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LANCASTER DAHY 1NTLUENCEU ; WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1880.
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OOK REGULAR CORRESPONDENCE.
Brilliant Democratic JablUe Miscellaneous
As early as seven o'clock last evening,
members of one or the ether of the Demo
cratic marching clubs were seen en the
streets in their full marching equipments.
Half an hour later the work of forming
t.lin nnlnmiiB for narade commenced. The
H. M. North marching club of the First
and Second wards formed en North Third
street, between Locust and Walnut, under
the command or Lieutenant jenn vs. viam,
the captain of the club II. S. Graybill hav
ing net yet arrived en the ground. F. A.
Bennett and C. F. Yeung, were also lieu
tenants of the club by appointment. The
Third ward club formed at their headquar
ters, Fourth and Union street, under the
command of their captain, Daniel Sample,
when, preceded by the Citizens band
in the uniform lately in the pos
session of the Company II. Cadets, they
marched with blazing torches, llaming
transparencies and Hags unfurled te the
breeze, te join the ether club en Thii I
street. It was by this time eight o'clecic
and the band was transferred from the
Third ward club te the head of the column
en Walnut street. Directly afterward the
command "forward march, column left,"
was given, and the line moved. When the
column moved there were, by actual count,
two hundred and thirty torches in line;
later, when the parade passed the opera
house, en going up Locust street, there
was a total efl 244 torches, divided as fol fel
lows, the number being afterward in
creased, however, by new arrivals : First
and Second ward clubs (uniformed)
110; non-uniformed and unattached,
J). Third ward club (uniformed) 111).
In addition te the torches carried there
were a number of non uniformed men carry
ing transparencies, Hags, etc. Seme of the
transparencies carried were rather amus
ing in their get up, reminding one of the
victories and potent points of the past and
calling attention te the party's anticipa
tions of the fulu.c. Of the many letter
nigs the following will be easily under
stood : "A solid .North and a solid Seuth,
all for Hancock ;" "Have you heard the
news from Maine:"' "A clean sweep;'
"New for Pennsylvania;" "The Here or
Gettsburg," and numerous ethers less
pointed. The line after parading the
principal streets of town was halted en
Seuth Second slictt, in front of the resi
dences or H. 3ll. Neith, esq., and
General William l'atten, each of whom
lcspended te calls for a speech. The
column was then taken te the forming
ground and dismibscd. In the " points "
el the parade Captain Graybill was the re
cipient of a handsome bouquet from a
Third ward lady. Over the entire route
of parade the sidewalks wcic packed with
people, and much enthusiasm was mani
fested, net only by the men in )n.t or pa
rade, but by persons taking an iinictive
part. While the parane w moving up
Locust street a discharge of hrcweiks took
place from the celumus.
Jliss Fanny Hanaurcr returned en the
llarrisburg accommodation train at G:20
iast evening, from a two year's visit te
The Pennsylvania railroad employees at
this place, yesterday, icccivcd their pay
for work performed in August.
The archery people amused themselves
with their bows and arrows yesterday af
ternoon. Te-day being a Jewish holiday a number
of stores in town arc closed.
A liirrlt wind i ltlmviiifr tn ilnv mid ilin
i v ' weather is what may be termed "blus
A fight took place in Dichl'.s beer saloon
at about ten o'cleek last night. A well
known citizen was struck en the head with
a chair, and ether lesser lights came in for
a share of the blows given.
Mr. Alfred C. Brunei- has returned from
a visit of several days te Philadelphia.
Either the news from Maine or the Dem
ocratic parade was the occasion of the
lighting of several bonfires last night. One
fire was placed at Third and Walnut
streets directly in front of the head of
the line of the parade where formed.
t The Reformed Sunday school ceuveu
tien commenced last evening in the He
formed church at this place.
Resisting a Corencr'd Inquest.
Charles A. Kline, a mill-hand, working
iu Ne. 2 cotton mill died suddenly last
night, at his residence, Ne. 21G Rockland
street. He had suffered from pain in the
chest for several years past, and was unable
te de any very heavy manual labor. Fer
two weeks past his condition was getting
worse and worse, but he continued te work
up te 3 o'clock yesterday afternoon, when
the overseer or the room, Randelph Sup
plce, noticing that he was in great pain,
insisted en his quitting work and going
home. At ("o'clock his family physician,
I)r .Tuliii T. Atloe. was sent for. and as lie
V could net immediately attend him, Dr.
Jehn L. Atlcc, jr., called and administer
ed te him. At 10 o'clock the elder Dr. At At
Jce attended him, remaining with him un
til nearly midnight, without being able te
relieve him. Soen afterwards he died.
This morning Corener Mishlcr called
upon the family for the purpose of ascer
taining the circumstances attending Mr.
Kline's death. He was lcfuscd admit
tance. He then sent an efliccraud the
efliccr also was refused admittance. The
coroner subsequently made complaint be
fore Alderman Ban-, that Cenrad Saubcr,
Kline's brother-in-law, had interfered with
him in the execution el his eflicial duties,
and Saubcr was arrested and gave bail te
answer. Tiic family declare that no in
quest fehall be held, as Mr. Kline had been
sick for a long time, had the best or med
ical treatment and kind attendance or
friends, and died a natural death in pres
ence of a dozen friends and relations. They
fortify themselves en their resistance, by
the following certificate given them by
This is te certify that I attended Mr.
Charles Kline for the last two weeks, and
that he died a natural death from embol
ism of the pulmonary artery at twelve
o'clock last night.
Jehn L. Ati.kk, M. D.
Lancaster, Sept. 15, 1880.
On the ether hand, Corener Mishlcr de
clares that he is the coroner, and the law
gives him the power te held inquests
l - whenever he may deem them necessary,
I mid n ilin fnmilir hie reuicfWI mid instilled
'J him when he merely called upon them te
inquire into the circumstances of Kline s
death, he will held aD inquest ou the re
mains if he has te dig them up out of the
grave te de it.
Cenrad Saubcr declares that he did net
resist the coroner, but that the doers were
locked against him by Mrs. Kline and her
sister, and he threatens te bring suit
against the coroner for perjury in swear
ing that he (Saubcr) resisted him. There
is a geed deal of bad fcclilig en both
Deceased was about 34 years of age, a
steady, hard-working man, with a wife
aud four children. He was a private sol
dier in Company A, 107th regiment Pcnn
salvania volunteers, commanded by Cel.
Te-morrow afternoon the big sheeting
match comes off at Columbia between
eight men fiem Lancaster county and
eight from Peit Deposit, Maryland, for
$100 a side. Four men from this city have
entered the match. After it is ever these
present will sheet for sweepstakes.
Pacific express cast was 25 minutes late
this afternoon, and Fast Line 20 minutes
Indecent ana Disorderly Conduct.
There are several very rude and vulgarlv
behaved boys attending the Rockland
street secondary school. Their misconduct
has at last become se unbearable that the
residents of the neighborhood have deter
mined te put a step te it. Henry Howater,
an aged man residing with his family near
the schools, has almost daily been insulted
by them, and en mere than one occa
sion assaulted, while his aged wife
ind nlcn his daughter have been
subjected te the most indecent insults and
obscene language. On Mr. Howater's
entnninint t.vrn of tin Iievk Frank Sam-
son and Wm. Weisc, both aged about 13
years were arrested and taken before Al
derman Alex Dennelly, who, in considera
tion of their youth, and this being the first
time they were arraigned heroic him, dis
charged them with a severe reprimand,
cautioning them that a repetition or their
offences will be punished by imprisonment.
Others of the gang will probably be ar
rested A counter suit has been brought before
the alderman against old Mrs. Howater
and her daughter, for assault and battery
en the above named boys. The time for
a hearing has net yet been fixed.
Yesterday afternoon Frank Samson
made an assault en Lewis Rudy, a boy
some years younger than himself, and gave
him a bad thrashing. Martin Rudy, the
boy's father, has entered complaint of as
sault and battery against Samson. He
will have a hearing before Alderman
At the Stale Fair.
In addition te these previously an
nounced the following Lancaster ceuntians
have taken premiums or awards for ex
hibits at the state fair : Celin Cameren,
Brickcivillc, bull, Coxcomb of Pine Cliff,
two years, $20 ; bull. Favorite Rex, one
year, $20 ; cow, St. Pcrpcten, one year,
$10. A. S. Flowers, Mount Jey, $3, for
Cechin chicks. Jacob II. Leng, Lancaster,
$5, for black Cechin fowls. J. B. Lichty,
Lancaster, $"!, for Silver-gray Dorkings ;
$3, for Silver Duck-wings. Charles E.
Leng, Lancaster, $5, for gelden-pencilled
Hamburg fowls ; $5, for rose-comb Sca
bright fowls ; $3, for yellow Duck-wing
chicks ; Charles Lippold, Lancaster, $3.
for Japanese chicks ; $3, for best Fantail
pigeons ; $3, for best Trumpeters.
ITast f the Atonement.
The great fast of the Israelites, known
as Kippur Day, commenced at 0 o'clock
last evening and continue until the same
hour this evening. The ceremonies com
prise fasting and prayer, continuing from
mei ning until evening, and are of an un
usually impressive character. The prayers
touch upon the sinfulness of man's nature
and the necessity for a complete reconcilia
tion with Ged by means of contrition and
an amendment of habits of life. At the
close of the fast the assembled Israelites
will clothe themselves in shieuds and join
in proclaiming the dying Israelite's confes
sion or faith," "Hear, O Tsracl ! Our Ged
Shortly after neon te-day a man named
Christian Gnmpy, residing with his brother
en the Mnlenc farm, was struck by the
tank of engine Ne. 303, while walking en
the track of the Pennsylvania railroad
near the Big Concstega bridge and iccciv
cd severe internal injuries. It appears he
stepped from one track te the ether te
avoid an approaching train, net noticing
that an engine was barking en the track
upon which he stepped. He was net run
ever but thrown violently te the side of
the read. He was picked up, brought te
this city, and his injuries were attended te
by Dr. Atlcc. Ne bones were broken, but
he is nevertheless badly hurt. He was
taken iu a carriage te his brother's resi
dence. A Vaugel Tramps Arrested.
Yesterday a gang of a dozen tramps
were arrested by a detachment of the city
police en the Maler.c farm, near the Willow
pond, just east of the city. Mr. Malenc
had made complaint against them that
they had trespassed upon his premises,
burned his fences, stolen corn from his
fields and were feasting en spring chicken
and corn soup. The officers found the gang
in possession of three empty beer kegs,
three or four empty whisky bottles, and
engaged iu playing quoits and cards. At
first the gang tried te get away from the
policemen, but a showefrcvolveis brought
them te a halt, and they were arrested aud
locked up. They w ill have a hearing be
fore Aldci man Alex. Dennelly, te-morrow
at 10 e clock.
The Sunday .Scheel Convention.
The meeting of the pastors of the
churches and the superintendents of the
Sunday schools of Lancaster, held last
evening at the rooms : f the Y. M. C. A.,
was attended by representatives from ten
of the churches. After discussing plans
for the cntcitainmcnt of the 330 delegates
whom it is expected will be present, the
following plan was agreed upon : As it is
te be a Sunday school affair, each super
intendent will appoint a committee of
whatever number he may deem necessary
te wait upon the members of his own
chinch and congregation, te see who will
entertain, and report names of entertain
ers te their superintendent, who in turn
will notify D. (.'. llavcrstick, chairman of
raid Ills Ilct.
Wm. Wilsen, the colored peller of the
Cooper house, laid a wager with I hcodero
Heck, barber, that tli3 Republicans would
carry Maine, the condition being that if
they did net carry the state Wilsen should
wheel Beck en a wheelbarrow from the
Cooper house te the Pennsylvania railroad
depot aud return. As Wilsen lest the bet,
he paid it like a little man this afternoon
at 2 o'clock.
Rev. Jehn M. Clemens, a pastor or the
Reformed church, died at Conyngham,
Luzerne county, en Tuesday, 15th inst.,
and will be buried from the residence of
his kinsman, Jehn B. Reth, Ne. 225 North
Duke street, this city, te-morrow. Mr.
Clcmcns's death was caused bv abrccss or
the liver. He was a successrul preacher,
having had charge or several congrega
tions in Luzerne county. He was about
45 years old at the time or his death.
Meet Ter Drill.
Company "B" or the Hancock Veterans
will meet at headquarters, Centre square,
te morrow eveniug Ter drill. A full atten
dance is desired.
A llustness man' Opinion.
C. U. Derr, of Teledo. O., says lie lias used
Day's Kidney Paps in his family with results
se superior te all ether treatments that he re
gards them as the best Kidney doctor in the
Excursion ! Last Chance I
Anether cheap excursion te Philadelphia and
the state fair en Saturday, Sept. 18. Tickets
geed for three days, te return en any train.
Fare for the round trip only $1.73, Special
through train leaves Lancaster (Kin;; street)
at C a. m. and Columbia C a. m. Fer particu
lars see colored circulars at all stations.
Commonwealth Distribution ve.
Don't fail te buy a ticket in the September
drawing. !, Frizes all Cash will be distri
butcd. Capital Prize $30,000, till of it ler $',
half ler $1. Drawing Sept. 3Uth. Address It.
M. Ile.irdman, Courier-Journal lluilding,
Louisville, Ky.,or R.M. P.eardni.in, .Wand 309
Broadway. New Yerk. ltd"
" Prank" Te-ntgJit. The musical comedy of
'Pranks" te he given at Pulton opera house
te-night is of the same lighlandairy character
as that last charming performance, and the
company by which it will be presented, known
New Silks, New Satins, lew Velvets,
NEW DRESS GOODS, NEW BLACK CASHMERES, NEW
CARPETS AND NEW OIL CLOTHS.
EVERYTHING NEW AND CHOICE OPENING DAILY.
GIVLEE, BCTWEBS & HUEST,
25 East King Street, Lancaster, Pa.
as Ferd's Masqncradere, might properly Iks de
signated as th ether wing of the organization
who delighted our people with their " Fun en
the Pacific;" the two companies being under
the same general management The play is
simply a musical cxtravatanza, full and run-'
ning ever with the Jellicst kind et lun.and
pretty music comprising the most popular
airs from favorite ceinic operas. That gifted
actrepf' and accomplished vocalist. Miss
lllanchc Chapman, heads the female
portion of the cast. She Is well re
membered hereabouts as the charming little
lady who sang iu ''The Chimes of Normandy"
aud the "Sorcerer" last fall ; her sister MUs
Ella Chapman Is one of the brightest of son sen son
brette actresses In the country. Of the men
the name of Oeorge V. Denham leads all the
rest, and he is tee well known here as a come
dian te need any commendation new. Other
names of almost equal destinctive strength
round out a cast of uncommon force.
The Four Seasons." This pleasing comedy
is billed for Thursday evening, when it will
be prcsunted at Fulton opera house by the
same line company that made such a hit in
Philadelphia. It is said te be bright ami
bracing, and te partake of the charming char
acteristics of summer entertainment thai have
gained such marked popular favor.
The Advance In Ceal.
We learn that en account et the frequent ad
vances lately made by the coal companies, the
dealers here have been obliged te make a
small advance, mid have therefore only ad
vanced 23 cents per ten en all kinds. They
hope they will net be obliged te make a further
advance and hope the coal companies will be
hatislied with present rates. This is certainly
very commendable en the part of the city
dealers, as they have been selling coal mere
for lun than for prelit.
Srii'Eis XAtiLK. On Tnc-d.iv evening, Sept.
14, 1880, at the residence of the biide's father,
Mr. Peter Nagle. by llev. C. Klvin Houpt, el
Craee Kvangelieal l.utheian church, Francis
Sjiicer, jr., te Emma 15. Xagle, all of Lancas
ter city, ltd
Hull. Sept. 13, 1SS0, in Iitilz, Pa., suddenly,
Mrs. Catharine Hull, in her Kith year.
Netice of tuncral hereafter.
Clkmcns. On Saturday, Sept 11, at Conyng
ham, Luzerne county. Kev. Jehn M. Clemen.
The relatives and friends et the family are
respect fully invited te attend the tunci-al
from the residence et Jehn IS. Keth, 2. North
Duke street to-meriow (Thursday) atternoen
at S o'clock. Interment at IJincaster ceme
tery. . ltd
Pay Tour Tax.
Every voter who wants te vote in November
should leek alter the payment of his tax. Col Cel
lector World sits at the Court Heuse THIS
KVIIXIXG freuifiK te 9 o'clock te receive it.
CO THKItK AXD PAY IT.
The name el WILLIAM McCOMSKV, of the
First ward, will be presented te the Deme
ciatic electors et Lancaster nt their primary
elections te nominate a candidate for As
sembly, under Democratic rules.
KLIM (J. SXYDKIt, of the Ninth ward, w il
be a candidate for the Democratic nomination
tethe Legislature from Lancaster City. Sub
ject te Democratic rules. tp
The Second Ward Hancock and Kugllyh club
will meet at their headquarters en Friday
evening net for the pnrpose of attending the
meeting te be held tinder the auspices of the
3d. llh and 7th wards, at the corner of Seuth
Queen and Strawberry streets. The club will
be fully equipped. The Mb, Clh and Jitii ward
are respectfully invited te join.
Attention second Ward.
The Second ward Hancock and KuglMi
club will meet at thcirncwclubroem,lloeirs
building, North Queen street, Thursday even
ing, Sept. Hi, for the purpose et distributing
uuifirms aud making arrangements te attend
the meeting of the Third, Fourth and Seventh
ward clubs en Fiiday evening. A full attend
ance is desired.
Will meet en Friday evening, Sept. 17, at liee.
Wall's saloon at 8 o'clecic, sharp.
Se ven Hi Ward.
The Yeung Men's Hancock club of the
Seventh ward will meet at Utzinger'.s saloon
en Thursday evening at 8 o'clock for the pur
pose of making arrangements te attend the
meeting at the corner of Seuth Queen and
Strawberry streets en Friday evening.
The senior Hancock and English club of the
Seventh ward will meet at the saloon of 11.
Kullunan, lleckland street, en Wednesday
evening at 8 o'clock. A full attendance is de
sired, its important business will be transacted.
Conference Committees, Attention.
The conference committees of the Third,
Fourth and Seventh wards are requested te
meet at the central headquarters en TIIUUS
DAY E VEXING at 8 o'clock, for the purpose
of completing arrangements for the general
meeting of the city Democracy, te lie held at
the corner of Seuth Queen, Strawberry and
Middle streets en Friday evening under the
joint auspices of the Third, Fourth and
In the Lewer End.
There will be a general Democratic meeting
under the auspices et the Third, Fourth ami
Seventh ward clubs at the corner of Straw
berry, Middle and Seuth Queen streets, en
Friday evening. September 17.
1.STATK OF WILLIAM VIKSKK, LAI J-J
j of Lancaster city, deceased. Letters tes
tamentary en said estate having bean Hrautcd
te the undersigned, all persons indebted te
said tleccilcnt are rctiuciitetl te make immedi
ate settlement, and these having claims or de
mands against the estate of said decedent, te
make known the same te the undersigned
without delay, residing nt Ne. TflJ West King
street, Lancaster. Pa,
PETE II ALLAI1ACII, Executer.
II. F. Davis, Att'y. seplS-Gtdeaw
The bonfires en Centre Square en the
occasion of the recent political rejoicing
very much injured the Itelgiau block
ing. New tliis is te notify all parties
that no tires will be allowed te he made
en the Itelgian blocking wherever laid. The
police are hereby Instructed te put out all
such tires and te arrest any person or persons
interfering with them in tlie discharge of their
duty iu connection with this proclamation.
JOHN T. MacGONIGLE,
()V KKADV FOR FItEE DISTKII5U-
Real Estate Catalogue,
containing descriptions, locations and lowest
cash prices of ever
190 Dwellings, Stores, &c,
from $fiO0 te $23,000.
400 Choice Building Lets,
iu all parts et the city.
Alse. FARMS, MILLS and ether country
property, ail for sale en the easiest of terms.
lluyers I leek te your interest. Save time
and money. Buy new ! before the rise in real
estate (which is Ktirc te come) and select from
our large assortment. Send ter a Catalogue.
HERR & STAUFFEB,
Ileal Estate and Insurance Agents,
t.l0-2tdl0&15 3 North Duke street.
xe ir -4 1 rr.u
Among' the many advantages gained by our change of business
location, an important ene is the enlarged rooms and improved fa
cilities of our REPAIR DEPARTMENT. With our present cerp3
of skilled mechanics and complete equipment of machinery and
tools ve are are prepared te esneute and warrant all work en
trusted te us.
MUSICAL BOX REPAIimNO-,
MONOGRAM INSCRIPTION AND
ORNAMENTAL ENGRAVING, &c.
A great variety of new work in original designs will bs produced
in our own manufactory. Any orders for specialties will be filled
at short notice and te the satisfaction of our customers. Old Geld
or Silver beupfht, taken in exchange, or made into new goods.
H. 7.. RHOAD3 & BRO., Jewelera,
Ne. 4 VciL King Street.
Grand Opening lew Eall Goods.
watt; shand & company
Ate iK s;hhi ing
NEW FALL DRESS GOODS,
BLACK SILKS, COLORED SILKS,
. BLACK CASHMERES, SATINS, VELVETS,
Xeelties, New Fall Miaul-, inghMi iwl-. Deuble Shawls, Mack Shawls. New Fall Coatings,
LndlcV, (if ntlciurii'-uud Chihlien',
NEW FALL HOSIERY.
Ladies', Centlemen"- Mid Children New
ke ping Goods. Every department a sneei illy at
NEW YORK STORE.
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Onand:ifli'r-A'll'irDA:, AUG I ?'!' ':. the
r i in.uii siitei. m'ei;i;. .Nii.a; : j;at king s-tukct.miII heeui
te CLOSE OUTI5USIXESS. De-iring te rug-igc in ellu-r bu-ine ,
eiler Iheenliie htecK, ceiiM-tinjj el
10,000 Pairs of Beets and Shoes of the best Styles and Makes,
at least i" pT cent, le than they c iu bj beugh: el-e. here. Having made a .specialty in goeo
goods ler Hit: la-t two year-, a-plcnd.d opportunity i- new eilcivd te bnv superior IlMOTMiind
SHOES at lower price- than TiiAMi e.iii be bought cl-ewherc.
Wi-hing In purchase t heir !',;( ITS AND SHOES ler Fail and Winter, new i-yeurch-uue te buy
CHEAP. Country -te:el.eepersw ill de well te call while our stock is jet complete. Weal-e
haven line of very line goods which we will sell Irein t te .1 a pair le than belere. The EX-TlUEfeTOCIvmiiitiiehOEDeuta-hOON
as FOixIllLE. We a We eP.'era part ot'thelixtuiesel
the Mere, consisting et ree!ing II ft lire in window. Lounge-', part el shelving, Writing Desk,
one Fin-proof Combination .'-ate, a-get.il ;;s new. and line Shew c.i-eand stand, at
PARLOR SHOE STORE,
?e. 26 1-2 East King Si., opposite Lancaster Ce. e'anli,
C. A. Reeee.
xn if ad vj:ji ti.sj:mj:. v.s.
NliAV CAMPAIGN GOODS.
Clubs vquiped rlJadgc-, Stieimer. Flag",
Fireworks. .1. E. WKAVEli,
ltd West King St., LantM-ter, P.i.
i MiEtisKK nr.scii st. i.euis u;.::l
1. The li nest brewed ill the United Mates,
ou tup at
.IOIIX A.SXYDEIfs SAI.Olii;,
ltd Xe. ll.'tXeit'.i Queen M:e.-i.
J Lett the iiicmis.-s of the sub-ciibi-r en
Alaner .sirtet. en Saturday last, a red tow
with white stripe down her back and while
star en leiehead. Any iuiouiiatien which
may lead te her rectnery lett with J. Cauda
kcr. auctioneer, or with! he -iibc ibcr v. ill be
suitably rcw aided.
ltd " MICHAEL ItEAK.
100 Tens or Hans Wanted,
Fer w hlch the highest pj ir-e v. ill lie paid.
ay cents pei: rerxi) nu: geed
The highest price n.i'd ler Woolen", Old
Paper, Heeks, Vc. Teh Itag Aerlcr- vi-silcd'
te whom the highe-t juice w ill be paid. ,
JOHN A. SHOBER, j
ter. North (Jneen and Orange St nets, l
yiMMIt :.a:ica-ii-r, P.i '
We have new icadv for sale an Immeufu
Fall and Winter,
which are Cut and Trimmed in the I.ate-t
Style. We can give you a
GOOD STYLISH SUIT
AS I0W AS $10.00.
In great variety, made te order at short neliee
at the lowest prices.
D. B. Henr k Seb,
24 CENTRE SQUARE,
an Immense Stock et
Itlankcts, Flannels, lleM-e
entlie ill.'-!. ! !!
SHOES et the
WANTED. HVKBYIIODY TO ADVEK-ti-e,
flee et charge, in the Imtklligun
c;:it, who wants something te de.
YrANTKIt A GOOD COOK WANTED
T immediately nt
sT-tld 413'NOUTII DUKE STISEET.
7nti:i j mined: atlly.
iwenly IsiieKIaycis. Applv te
(J. U. MAUIOX.
'IS-'JId -IOiI Knst Orange street.
V YOUNG MAN WISHES A SITUATION
ill the city or country as Coachman ei
Gleem. Speaks English and German : thor
oughly fempetent, willing and obliging ; can
milk : geed recommendations. Address-,
.1. Y., iNTULMREXf tuOtlice.
f ANTED A SITUATION lii A COACH
V? Painter te make himsalf generally use
ful, cither at coach painting or anything dse.
Gt.ei! lecommeudatien. Apply at this et'itc.
WANTBD. A GOOD GIKL TO COOK
and de general housework. Geed wages
and a permanent situation given. Apply at
Glebe llotel,cerncr North (Jucen and Chestnut
streets, JOSEPH CEEMEK,
WANTED. EMPLOYMENT IIY A GOOD
Penman and Accountant. Wages re
quired verv moderate. Addre- iil Fulton
AT" ANTED TEN (10) IIONK&T AND EN-
TT ergetic men or ladies te introduce; a
new article. Fer particular.-) call alter 'J
o'clock a. in. at T West King street,
itd K. FKAXK SAYLOIS.
VirAXTJEIl A VEKY COMPETENT MAN
IT who is well acquainted in the tobacco
grew mgdi-ti let of Lancaster county audits
vicinity, as a tobacco buyer and te take charge
et the warehouse in Lanca-tr. Only these
wi'hgoed references and thorough business
ability as buyers, who have beloie been em
ployed with some large house as such, need
add'ress, X. Y. .., Ixtullkiksck!: Olhcc.
WANTED, IIY TUB LANCASTER. CITY
Scheel Heard, seven hundred school
desks and twenty-four settees, suitable for the
various grades f Primary and Secondary
schools. Alse, twelve Teachers' desks.
Manufacturers and dealers are requested te
present samples for examination in select
council chamber, attlo'cleck, a. m., Sept. i.
I!y order of lluilding Committee,
1'OJl SAZM Olt ItKXT.
1 . .311IJUI
' 4 tmrt uifml.linnil fir.n, vj.f,. rlw.n
w u f ff.'
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Wantcil a geed l!ey.
sl3-2td Fulton Hall.
. On TIIUUS DAY, SEPT. 1. will be sold at
Xe. C1K Xerth Prince street, a large let of geed
household and kitchen furniture, consisting
in part of Ucds and Ecdsteads, Bureaus,
Tables. Chairs, Cnrpets by th yard. Steves and
Pipe, Tin and tjueensware, and many ether
articles net mentioned.
Sale te commence at 1 o'clock, sharp, wiien
conditions of iale will be made known by
IIcet Si.vi:e!:t, Auct.
PUKLIC KENTAL ON TUCI.SDAY, SEP
TEMISEI.1, l!0, will be icntcd by pub
lic eutcrv. at the Cooper Heuse, Lancaster
cilv, Pa.,"thelollewing,to wit :
Tli.il elegant STORE ItOOM situated Nes. 38
anil 40 West King street, Lancaster, opposite
the Cooper Heu.e, lately eccupietl by Philip
Schum (deceased) Sen A Ce., with all the
counters, shelving ami glass cases.
Renting te commence at 7 o'clock p.m. of
said day wiicu conditions will be made known
JOHN E. SCHUM.
CHARLES F. HOLZWAUTII,
Samcjul HcSe it Ses, Aucts. scptll-Std
WEDNESDAY EVEN'G, SEPT. 15, 1880.
NO MATERIAL CHANGE.
PLAISTEirS MAJORITY AISOUT .".CO.
Twe Fusion Congressmen Safe.
Portland, 31c, Sept. 15. Returns
from 2-4 towns have been received this
mernin&giving Davis 2.C07, Plaisted 2,SSS,
scattering 3. The same towns last year
gave Davis 2,e3S, Smith 2,333, Garcclen
470, scattering G. The result in 34S towns
gives Davis 06,137, Plaisted 03,973,
scattering 321. Total, 130,133. Repub
lican majority, 1,S41. The same towns
last year gave Davis 02,043, Smith
42,100, Garcclen 1S.83S and scattering
200; total. 123,817; Republican majority,
1,439. The towns te be heard from last
year gave Davis 0,470, the Fusionists 8,870
and scattcihig 83. It they cotne in the
same this year the Republicans will lack
012 of a mnjerityanil the Fusionists will
lack 100 of a majeiity, giving the Demo
crats a plurality ever the Republicans if
474, and electing Planted by that figure.
Portland, Mc., Sept 13. Congressional
delegation stands as fellows : First dis
trict, Reed, Rep., 109 plurality ; Second,
Frye, Rep., 1,800 plurality ; Third, Lind
say, Rep., 131 majority; Fourth, Ladd,
Fusionist, re-cleetcd by a reduced major
ity ; Fifth, Alurch, Fusieni.st, 1,000 te
Te-Day's Telegraphic News.
A strike of the cotton operatives iu ( !!
ham (England) is probable.
William Orr was acquitted of murder at
Peltsvillc, Pa., te lay.
The 2Tew Hampshiic Democrats and
the iHPsachuhetts Republicans arc innate
convention te-day ; the fei nier at C'oneei d,
the Litter at "Worcester.
The Reading railroad receivers will pur
chase the evciduc July, August and Sep
tember intcicst and coupons of a number
of tracts of land (a liht of which
is given), it being understood that the
principal of all the said bends and all after
accruing inteicsts shall retain priority of
lien ever the coupons and intcrc-t se pur
chased. The Philadelphia Republicans te-day
made the following nominations for Con
gress : First distiict, IT. II. Ringham;
SjceikI, Chailcs O'Ncilf; Third, Renj. h.
Berry ; Fourth, Win. D. Kulley; Fifth, A.
Wasiiinoten, D. Cm Sept. 15. Fer the
.Middle Atlantic stales, rising followed by
.stationary or lower barometer, winds most
ly north te west, stationary or higher tem
perature, clear or partly cloudy weather.
New Yerk Market.
Nkw Yeuk. Sept. 15. Fleur State and Wist
erniuiet; moderate expert and home trade
dem..nd; Superfine. ( 5U$ S;0i ; eM ra de $.S"?8
41(1; choice, de, ft 13JTI (!""; laney de., $1 7l
tfJ.l IS: round hoop Ohie $t irifjl Ci: choice
de $1 (ufTa TT; supei line western $:.ri03)t 0.1;
common te goetl extia de i''. .S? 1 2.1 ; choice
tle de ft ii'lgf) il; choice while wheat de $1 1.1
Ql Ml; Southern firm, unchanged ; common
te lair extra 11 .1 ij.1 -j); geed te choice de
.i i!ig; .hi.
Whc.it a shade stronger, but inactive ;
Ne. i Red. bept.. $1 wy ,-Tjl (.; : de Oct., 1 07:5
1 ( S ; de Nev., ? 1 1.
Cem iiict, without important change in
piiccb: .Mixed utslein spot, rdj.11; no lu
in re, eVifi'if-
Oats tpiiet ; .Ve. ''. Sept., :X!;e; de Oct., :;77s(fr
.'!Se: tin Nev., 37' e; State, lKrllc; Western
I'KiLVDKU'Hii, September 11. Fleur Hun,
best brands iu lair demand ; supt-tit"; at tlr.M
: Ol; extra $:;iwi?:; .17: Ohie ami Indiana
lamily at $.1(K)(fir .Vi; Penn'a fauulvde IS7
3 i ;bt. Leuis lamily at 5g; 0(1; Minnesota
tamily f.1 (iljjOt'7; paten' and high grades JC.10
Rye Heur at $1 M7il 71.
Wheal tinner v. ith fair demand : Ne. 2 W st
ein Kel tlltf,1 :; Pa. Redtiaii C: Amber
Cem II rni : steamer 32c: yellow KJ3.!'e;
Oatsl.uflv aetiie; Ne. 1, White IIJt2e ;
Ne. 2, de -lOJJ'.dc; Ne. ::, de ."-fTC'A-; Ne.
'.'. Mixed .".7c.
Rye linn ; Miles at 90e.
Previsions market 111 in; mi . perk
$11. OUfgli; 51; beef hams tI'- 0IJ. XI;
Indian mess beet at $1(1 : "Imceii
smoked shoulders 0ii"e ; salt de C(i!.c :
smoked hams lighic; pickled hams 1,!4
Lard linn; city kelt'.e at Saijfp ; lei'st
biilelieis'&Jic: ptime steam $st,2J.$.
llutter actie and prices advancing;
Creameiv extra 'HHji'Mcz Creamery geed in
choice 'if.ffiSle; llradterd ceuiityand Svw erk
c.t ra. 272Sa ; Western reserve extra 3$!r :
de geed te choice K,l!ic: Rolls linn and
scarce : Penn'a c.xti a 20023; Western reserve
KTgs higher; Pennsylvania nt Ule; Western
Cheese strong, but tiuiel; New Yeik
full cicaiu :c: Western full cream 12Jc:
de fair te goon lll2e; de half sl.ims iJi
Peirelcnm film ; lelined l')c.
Whisky at $1 Hi.
Seeds (Jeed te prime Clever dull nt$S0O
ft8.Hl: Timethy tinner at f2 W2 ": Max.sced
II mi nt Mis'.
Nkw Yeiac Stocks.
A. M. A. M. P. M. P. M.
10:) 1ISH 1:15 2:l
KiieR. R s-s :i :s :wi
Michigan S. & L. ....vr, KM 10s; 107
Michigan Cent. It. R liy2 UIJ Wt Wt
Chicago & N. W K)2 1(1 ltfl W.VH
Chicago, m a. st. p. . .x wi '.n4 w
Han. .c St.. I. Cem :l Wt :wj
P'ld.... y 7'JJ Si TJ'A
Teledo & Wabash.... a; :i 33' :i
Ohie& Mississippi. .. iilj :u4 X :S3
St. Leuis, I. M. Al H. IS.. 31 34 51 Ji MX
Ontario and Western. 2 21 i YlA
C. C. A I. C. R. R lhl iU 1! l'J'i
New Jersey Central.. 734 Ti.M 70 7fi
Oel.&IImlsen Canal. S5!4 S3 X.'i 8
Del., Lack. & Western WJi RlK 'M 'M'i
Western Union Tcl...l(x; VU VWi Wl
Pacific Mail H. S. Ce.. 41 iMlK 40 :ny.
Manhattan Klevaled. snfi '& :; li
Union Pacific !ll?i '.KfA. '
Kansas Texas 33 33 33 33.
New Yerk Central 131)4 ....
Adams Express H7J-J ....
Illinois Central 113
Cleveland & Pitts 121
Chicago & Reck 1 115 ....
Pittsburgh & Ft. W 12 ....
Pennsylvania R, It.... 30 39J r: 3a
Phil'a. & Reading..... V 15U toy My
Lehigh Valley 53 31 534 534
Lehigh Navigation ... : 31 ST 34
Northern Pacific Cem 31 COW 3ty. 3(1
" " P'fl . .V.J4 r.4 54j 34M
Pitts., TitusvV.t 15.... 151J U.14 15 15
Northern Cential 3S 37 37'i VTtKi
Phil'a & Erie R. R 1 15 1.1
Northern Penn'a 4S 13 48
Un.ILR's efN.J 173 173VJ
Ilcstenvillc Posh 21 21 21
CcntMi Trans. Ce 4'jy, i'Jyt
CI KALK1 PROPOSALS 1'OB DELIVKKINO
O Filty Tens of hard white ash coal, broken
size, te "the Heme for Frieniilej3 Children,"
will be received by cither of the undersigned
up te Sept. 17, at G o'clock, p. ui., each lead or
coal te 1m; weighed en thecity scales.
JOHN L. ATLEE, President.
CIIAS. 31. HOWELL, hecretary.
VJf in large or nm;ui amounts. ;wih,iwi
... ...... Kn. fl Mf-
Tl lilt; M . . .... W .v... "..... ' '.-- ---
chains, i:x i.asaiie sireei, tjnicage, 111.. lurnr
WAZlL PAPERS, Jte.
TI7E ABE OFFERING THE OXtY
Extension Window Cornice
ever manufactured. It is perfect In Its con-"
strnctien, simple and handy te adjust and
very cheap. It can be regulated te lit any or
nary window by means of a thumb screw, and
can be adjusted irem one feet te live feet wide.
They aie made or Inch Walnut Meulding
of a New Pattern, and wc have them in cignt
dirtVrent styles. Come anil sec the in.
In Walnut. Ash and Ebenv, Ends, Ring and
ORDERS TAKEN FOK
PIER AND MANTEL MIRRORS.
OPENING "FALL STYLES OF
PHARES W. FRY,
Ne. 57 NORTH QUEEN ST.
1 JKAN! KXIIIIUTION Of LANCASTKU
XA. county trotting llers.es.
RAU RACE, MULE RACE, FOOT RACE,
and live classes nt Tretting llersffs.at the Lan
caster Driving Park,
SATL'KDAr ArTL'RXOOX, SEPT. IS, !&.
Fer premiums and ci. trance fees consult post pest
ers. The occasion will be enlivened by the
EDEX SILVER COKXET It AX P.
Admission, 2V. children. Ilk. Address.
si l-3ld Lunc.tstcr. Pa.
THURSDAY EYKXJXU. SI2PT. K, JSitO.
I 'AnM IlAMYfc rtt
An A inerictin coined v representing the four
seasons, Spring, Slimmer, Autiiiiinaud Winter,
ALL NEW SCENERY AND A GOOD PKA
Singing and Dancing. Three happy hours.
REHEARSAL IX THE RARX,
introducing the "3 GIPSY COMICS," In their
Negro. Gcimaii, Irish, tcrpsichereaii and vocal
Prices. 3.V., 30c and 7.1e. Diagram at Yeck
cr's elhcc sll-Sttl
FULTON OPERA HOUSE.
ONE NIGHT ONLY.
FOiU AND DUNHAM'S
A Hit, a Very TalnaNe lift."
Fi'N WITHOUT VULGAHITi,
SPARKLING OPERATIC MUSIC,
AND GRACEFUL DANCING.
THE MERRY MASQTJERADERS.
TIIKY ALL SING!
THEY ALL DANCE!
THE ALL PLAY INSTRUMENTS !
A PEEFECT COMPANY :
Blanche Chapman, Ella Chapman, Emma
Hall, Mamie lay ler. ii. W. Denham. F. M.
Wills, Robt. Slavin, Chailcs blieOTer, Morgan
W. AV. Fui-bT, Musical Director.
Ne e-tra charge for Reserved Scats at the
Opera Heuse Bex Olllce. scpl3-3td
ULTON Oi-RIM iuusi:.
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1880.
Engagement for one night only of the
Wellcslcy & Sterling Combination,
appealing in an original Drama of powerful
inleiet, lull of exciting incidents and .situation-,
THE OLD CROSS;
Or, the Dogs en he Ferest.
MISS MARIE WELLESLET ns.IARTIXO.
he Ko-e or Corbeil; V. E. STEULIXO as
BALCOM a GIPSY, and a Powerful Di-amatie
Ceuiauv. iutiediicing the Wenderfu Acting
LKOMtEi:!; DOGS, Mil t:m. Ca-s;u-and S.1111I10,
pinneuueeil by all the largest and most mag
nificent Dogs in America. Popular prices of
admission :!5 and 5( cents, becure your peats
at the Opera Jlou-,; Ollice. HCpl3-3td
M K. JOHN" l. MISHLt-lC HAS Tin;
pleasiiree:pre.sentingat tin: Opera Heuse
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER IK, 1SS0,
Aincrlca'd Favorite Prima Denna Come
dienne, ALICE GATES,
and her tnlented Comedy Company in tlie New
Mirth, Music, Meledy. The most cemlcidly
cnuiit: el all cemicalities. Illustrative of Sea
side Summer Scenes. TIME OK THE PLAY
The interesting period known as Summer,
when all mankind vies with the ice in melting.
SCENE OF THE PLAY The rural village of
New Yeik and the adja'-ent metropolitan city
Leng Branch. Prices, 35, .10 and 75 cents.
Diagram at Ycckcr'.s. M,-pl.1-ttd
P.OOICS AXD STATPJXERY.
for IJincaster City and County, nt
L. M. FLYNN'S
Ne. 43 WEST KING STREET.
Ne. 32 East Kinff St., Lancaster, Pa.
Schools of Lancaster City,
NEW AND SECOND-HAND.
At the LOWEST PRICES, at tlie Reek Stere of
JOM BAER'S SONS,
15 and 17 NORTH QUEEN STREET,
CIANVAS.SERS MAKE FBOJI 23 Sit SSO
per week Helling goods for E. G. KIDE
OUT & CO., 10 Barclay utreet, New Yerk. Sen ,
ler Catalogue and terms. augl5-lynr