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OUR REGULAR CORRESPONDENCE.
The Band Fair Glew efSuuday Sciieul Cuu
ventleu Notes About Teuu.
The CitifenV band fair new being held
in Company ll armory is di awing near its
close, aud as vet without any of the des'r des'r
able results anticipated. Every evening
s'.nce the opening night a visiting band
has been in attendance and ether attrac
tions have been provided with the hope of
drawing our citizens, the music-loving
tines especially, te the assistance of thcen
tcrprisc, bat w far without avad. The
members of the organisatien feel very seic
ever the reception which they have receiv
ed and some of them express themselves
very bitterly en the seeming slight. With
out money the band can de nothing, aud it
is with the intention of replenishing their
treasury and at the Battle time giving an
equivalent for it that the fair is being
held. It is te be hoped our citizens will
seen sec that they ewe something for the
music discoursed by the band and that
they must pay their debts.
The sheeting match te be held heie
te-day will take nlacc at 12 o'clock, neon,
en Milll'm's Held at the head or Locust
street the held wherein Coup's ciicus re
cently gave a performance.
Rev. Charles Winbiglcr, pastor of the
Church of Ged, of this place, will preach a
sermon" in the Itcthcl, coiner of Seventh
and Walnut streets, en next Sunday te
liutnam ciiclc, Ne. IKi, 15. U. (II. F.) C.
A., of Columbia.
, W. II. Swingler and Annie Teibcit were
united in mauiagc last evening, at the
parsonage of the Picsbytcii.ui chinch, by
Kcv. J. McCoy.
The Citizens' band last evening, sere
naded Jliss Fannie llanauer. who recently
returned from Europe.
Miss Mary Bewman, of Maiictta, with
her fiicnd Miss Weaver, were visiting Miss
Marie E. I'm pie, in Columbia, last even-
Kcv. F. W. Stalcy, pastor of E. E
ilmraii flnnfli and Chailcs 1. Shrci:
delegate, lea here yesterday, te attend the
East Pennsylvania synod or the Evangeli
cal English Lutheran chinch, new holding
at AHentewn, Pa.
Butter was vciy scarce at maiket this
meining, and many of our people were un
able te secure any.
The Gai field and Aithur club Hung a Hag
te the breeze at Second and Locust streets
The annual Sunday school contention of
the HaiTisburg dibtiict of Lancaster classis
which has been in session at the Rcfeiincd
church or this plaee since Tuesday, closed
last evening. The attendance at the scv
er.ll meetings held was quite geed, and
the debates programmed were a seuicc or
pleasure, taken pait in net only by the
delegates, but by a number of our citizens
interested in Sunday school weik, notably
Messrs. S. C. May, Samuel Oievc and ('.
II. McCullough. Tlic opening scimen
was preached en Tuesday ci cuing by Rev.
.1.11. Poiniebcckcr, of Elizabethtown, Pa.,
who took for his text St. Luke, ii., 'W,
and delivered an excellent disceui.se thcio thcie
finin. On Wednesday uieiiiiugthc fellow
ing pregramme was begun and gene
through with : 1st, What shall we teach
in the infant department .' The discussion
was opened by the He v. S. P. Blown, of
Maiictta. 2d, Hew can the missienaiy
spiiitbe best cull haled in the Sunday
school ? Opened by the Uev. W. T. Gei
haul, of Lancaster. 3d, Are Sunday
school picnics commendable ? Opened by
Kcv. W.1I.II. Snyder, of llauisbuig. Thi,
discussion was continued in the afternoon
session and was followed by " Should net
the Sunday school be mere closely identi
fied with the chinch?" Opened
by ltev. Ueoige W. Snyder, of llauisbuig
2d, The Tencher'.s Pieiuralien." pen
ed by Elder W. 11. Seibeit, of llauisbuig.
During the cveniug the following topics
were discussed : Hew can the elder nicin
bcis of the congregation be most success
fully inteiested in the Sunday school ?
(iiuMwxl liv Uev. .1. G. Fiitehey, of
Lancaster. 2d. Should Bible class teach
ing be denominational? Opened by the
Rev. J. 11. Pcnuebcckcr, of Elizabctntewn.
The convention adjourned after a number
of rcfciicd questions had been answered
and general business transacted. Knv.Gce.
W. Snyder, of llairisburg, presided ever
the convention and Rev. D. P. down
served as sccictaiy. The question are
Sunday school picnics commendable ? was
net decided but laid en the table for future
consideration. Before the adjournment
took place a tote of thanks was tendered
te Rev. C. S. Ccrhaid and his congregation
for their kind and hospitable cntcitaui-
Majer A. Wilsen Neuis, or Philadelphia,
will address the Republicans of Columbia
Late this afternoon our reporter had an
interview with Dr. Foreman, who states
that the case is one of hydrophobia, and
this diagnosis is continued by Dr. Atlce
who also visited the boy. The boy had
frequent spasms te-day aud shuddered at
the sight of feed or water, bnt remains
quite conscious. The new remedy for hy
drophobia, "Cnrane,"a Seuth American
drug, is being administered te him by in
jection under the skin of the arm, and
since this has been done the boy appeals
te be impre ring. The remedy is a vegeta
ble poison, and is only used te counteract
the mere deadly poison of the virus of the
deg. It is hoped that it may effect a
cure, but of course the chances are that it
will net. Dr. Foreman extends te I lie
faculty generally au invitation te visit his
patient. Cases of this kind are se rare
that the profession have but few oppei Ut
ilities of studjing them.
This meining between 7 and 8 o'clock as
a. son of Frederick Shiead was in the act
eflilling a street lamp at the corner or
Mary street and Campbell's alley, the
lamp exploded with a loud repeit, shatter
ing the glass, binning Master Shread in
the face and wtting lire te his clothing.
Jacksen Klingcr. who happened te be
near by, threw a bucket of water ever the
boy and threw the large oil can
he was carrying beyond the reach
of the flames. It appeal's that
the lamp contained a small quantity of oil
and was burning se dimly when the boy
attempted te fill it that he did net notice
the flame. The coal eal lamps arc net ex:
tinguished at daybreak as the gas lamps
are, but are filled with a sufficient quantity
of oil te burn till daybreak when they go
out. This lamp appears te have been filled
tee full and te have burned two heuis tee
A Het! led llccrCuse.
This meining Collector Wiley caused the
detention of a twe-mule team belonging
te Chas..Tely, of Philadelphia, and leaded
with bottled beer, en the ground that the
beer was being peddled in violation of the
U. S. revenue laws. It appears that Mr.
Jely bottles Bcrgncr & Englc's beer in
Philadelpliia,ships it te Laucatcrand many
ether places, and supplies it te hotels,
restaurants and ethers. The collector
claims that as he lias several depots in this
county, he is liable for the payment of a
special tax at each depot, the same as a
liquor seller is liable for a separate licence
for every tavern or Btore he may open.
Harry liaise, who has charge of the team
has tclcgrapucaTO.nir.ioiyier instructions.
Meanwhile the team and beer renniu in
possession of the collector.
Tomorrow afternoon the Ironsides and
College baseball clubs will play a game
en the college greuuds.
Death el a Herse.
Last night a valuable horse belonging te
Themas J. Houghten, liveryman, died.
Anetbcr Supposed Case In the City.
A painful rumor prevailed this morning
that little David Zieglcr, aged six yeare.
an adopted son of Ftank Zieglcr, Ne. 453
Maner street, was attacked yesterday with
symptoms stiengly resembling hydropho
bia. The child was bitten about the 1st
of August by a setter deg belonging te his
father. The deg was at the time lyiug at
the back deer of the house, and the boy
wanting te pass it struck ft a slight blew,
whereupon it Hew at his face and bit hhn
in the lip and lacerated one of his
rye-lids se badly that it required the ser
vices of Dr. Foreman te sew it up. The
deg was net supiesed te be mad, but as it
had shown itself te boicieus it was killed.
The little boy's wounds healed nicely, and
the affair was passing out of the minds of
his adopted parents, when yesterday morn
ing the child was taken suddenly ill. He
could cat no breakfast, .refused te take his
coffee, aud asked for water, a little of
which he drank, and then complained of
feeling cold. His eyes became much di
lated and at intervals he appeared te be
unable te talk. He was induced te take
some waim tea te warm him up, and seen
altenvaids complained that lie was burning
all ever and felt hick. In the afternoon
Dr. Foreman was sent for and gave him
some liquid medicine, and left some for
him te take at inteivals. He resisted
taking it and some force had te be used in
adiuinibteiing it. He frequently shuddered
and screamed, complaining of pain in the
Healing that Dr. Foreman had express
ed a fear that he might be .suffering from
hydiophebia.a representative of the Istkl
uc:i:m i.k called at Mr. Zieglci's this morn
ing and found the lad in much the
same condition as represented above.
He is a blight and intelligent little
fellow and at times talked cheei fully, but
suddenly would cry out aud gasp for breath
and in a moment altciwxuds appeared te
beat ease. His pulse was weak, bis tongue
a geed deal coated, the pupil of the eyes
much dilated, and the expression rather
gl.uing. He has eaten nothing since Tues
day altei neon, and appears te loathe the
very name of feed. Except dm ing mo me
meutaiy spasms of pain he talked ration
ally and ecn cheerfully, asked if it was
net time te take his medicine, and took it
with the least peiccptiblc shudder. He
seemed pleased with a small picture
of Hancock given him by the ic ic
peiler, recognizing it at once, saying
that it was Gen. Hancock, and that he was
a Hancock boy.
On leaving him the lcpeiter willed at
(he ellice of Di. Foreman, and found there
Dr. Jehn L. Atlee and Dr. M. L. Heir in
consultation with him relative te the case.
The doctors were net prepared te give an
opinion as te whether the boy was or was
net sud'ci ing fiein hydiophebia, and net
wishing te be ebtiiisivc the repetlcr
bowciMiimself out, premising te see them
In noticing the arrest of Frank Samson
and Win. Wcise for indecent behavior,
and their healing before Aldciinan Don Den
nelly, of the Seventh waul, we stated that
a counter-suit had been brought by the
bejs '-before the alderman" against old
Mrs. Hewater and her daughter. The
eeuiitei-suit was hi ought before Alderman
B.ii r, net before Alderman Dennelly
who. after his sccrc reprimand te the
1ks fm- l.'ieir misconduct, would net of
ceuisc hae cnteitaiucd a complaint made
by them. Alderman Barr was net aware
of the bejs' misconduct towards the
llewaleis when he cnteitaiucd their com
List night the premises of Mr. J. W.
Mi eis, Witmer station, east of this city,
were invaded by thieves, who stele from
hi., stable a heavy-set daik bay mare, 14
hands high, with one white feet and star in
forehead, and with inane flowing te the
lc It side. They aKe stelo a piano box
buggy with lull leather top, made uy
Altick iV Sen., of this city. Detectives
are en the track of the thieves, but at last
accounts had noteveitaken them.
J. II. Kecliler luil a licaiins bclbic Al
derman Spinner, yesteiday afternoon, te
answer a charge of cnihc..Icincnt pie
reueil against him by A. M. Biighten,
who deposed that Kecliler was Urighten's
agent collected money for beer belonging
te lliighteii and appiepiiated it te his own
use. In default of bail the aldei man com
mitted the accused te jail te answer at
;ing lu the State Fair.
This meining a large number of poisons
left en the 8:10 train for Philadelphia, te
attend the state fair.
At 10:10 this meining a huge ciewd of
hpnit milieu fiem this city went te Columbia
te be pie-MUil and take pait in the big
sheeting match te-day.
A-.k veur dingl-l ler l'uif. Uiiilinette's
I'lcnili'lviiliiey Fad, and take no ether.
i:iursiun! Labt Chance!
tint her ehi ap et u i -ion te Philadelphia and
tin slate tan en sal in day, Sept. is. Tickets
geed let lime laj s, te lelin n en any train.
I'.uc lei Hie iiHind tup only ?!.", hpcei.il
lliieiightraiu lerves I-iutaster (Kingstiect)
aU. a. in. .nut Columbia 0 a. in. Ter pattieii
lai -. see t'di eiltnt ul us at all tatieu-.
'Hie old b iv ing that "a new Inoetii sweeps
clean- leceives lic-h proet eveiy day in the
i.ipnlilt tetialien el -e inanv ai titles that have
obtained a geed leput.ilieu Indele the public.
nieie in.uKeil Hi m m many once popular bit
ten wIiem! piopiieters have- allowed their
pti p iratien te beteuie weithle-s because of
then many bundled outers and inordinate
lev e el gain, than in anv thing t Ne. In consc censc consc
Hieiite.theiielaiidal theieiiiestet in my per
sons vv he h iv e enleied Chill Chilli Hitler, the
piepi icier vv ill at 7J p. m., Fntlay, September
17, issi, at his elllte, 213 North Queen Street,
sell at public site one case and one bottle of
Chill Chilli Kitten, pat up In l.incy walnut
ea-e-, the tendititni of the sale being that the
highe-.tbi.hlei shall be the buyer; the buyer
te Keep the bottles unopened until three years
have evpiietl, then te open the bottles in pres
ence et eempelenl jiitlges and compare them
Willi :in bottles made by him since the sale,
and it thebitleibiiienet as geed and pure as
the iiil made the piopiieter has obligated
hun-ell iiinlei beiuls te psy 5,(iJtl te each pui
tli iser el bottle anil e.as seplO 2td
" 7it Jeur .S'toe)is"' Te nUjhl. This even
ing O i-av es's comedy company vv ill appear at
Fulton opera heu-c In the play of "The Four
Stuseiis,"' which had a very success! ill run at
the Walnut Mud the.itie, Philadelphia. The
ca-t is said te be a stieng one, and the play
it-ell te present phases or humor that have
wen ler it no sm ill tlegieeoftaver. It is made
up mainly erplcismg specialty performances
and the nieiiibcis et the company are artists in
their paiticular lines.
The invaliil's hope and stiength bej end all
ether lemeilies is Malt Kittcis.
Hub tiie CJnms Well
with seODOXT when they become spongy
or detaelied fiem the necks or the teeth. Let
them bleed fieely and se leeever their tone
and health. Tliis SO.ODOXT is the best xcnic xcnic
dialancntlerdiscascdgums anil ttth. Try
ami Ie.ii n. M dced& w
l'iist-elass b.ubcrs use the Cuticuni Medi
cinal fehav ing Seap cvcluslvely.
He-Li. scpl. U, 1&S0, in LitiL!, Pa., suddenly.
Mi's. Cat hai me Hull, in her Uith year.
Funeral sei vices will be held en Sunday
meining (19th inst,) at lOo'cleck, in thcMo thcMe
rav Un chmch at Lititz. 1'iicnds and relatives
aie Inv ilcd te attend.
Pay Year Tax.
" Every voter who wants te vote in November
should leek atter the paymentef nte tax. Col
lector WarJcf sits lat' the Court Heuse THIS
EVENING freinCJ te 9 o'clock te receive it.
GO THEKE AND PAY IT.
City Calgo Committee.
The weekly meeting of the City Campaign
committee this evening will be postponed un
til Saturday evening of this week.
Democratic MmM Meeting.
There will be a general Democratic meeting
un'lcrthc auspices of the Third, fourth and
Seventh ward clubs at the corner of Straw
berryi Middle and Seuth Queen streets, en
Friday evening, September 17. The members
of every ward club will meet at their respec
tive headquarters at "M p. m. te .form in u
body and march te the meeting.
The name or WILLIAM McCOMSEY, of the
first ward, will be presented te the Demo
cratic clwstera et Lancaster at their primary
elections te nominate a candidate for As
sembly, under Democratic rules.
ELIMG. SNYDER, of the Ninth ward, wil
be a candidate for the Democratic nomination
te the Legislature from Lancaster City. Sub
ject te Democratic rules. U
Will meet en Friday evening, Sept. 17, at Gee.
Wall's snloen at 8 o'clock, sharp.
The Yeung Men's Hancock club of the
Seventh ward will meet at Utzlngcr'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
Straw berry streets en Friday evening.
The members of the Hancock ami English
club et the Second ward will meet at their
headquarters, Hewell's building, North Queen
street, Friday evening at 7 o'clock sharp, te
attend the meeting 'et the Third, Fourth and
Seventh wards, Seuth Queen street. The
Fifth and Nlutli Ward.
v ill meet at the headquarters of the Second
ward te join lu Hie line et march. He prompt
All citizens el the wards net uniformed are
requested tojein the precession.
Attention Hancock Legien i
The members of the Legien who ate net
members of the equipped ward clubs will as
semble at their headquarters en Friday even
in" nt 7 o'clock te participate in the march of
the Second, Fifth and Ninth wards te the
meeting at the corner of Middle and Seuth
The regular slated meeting of the Ninth
Ward Hancock and English club will beheld
at their club room ever Arneld Haas's saloon,
North Queen street, te-morrow (Friday) even
ing ,it 7 nvieck. sham. Let there be a lull
...-.... .... . .!ni will iittcnd the meeting of
the Third, Fourth and Seventh wants. The
elub will he fully equipped.
Attention Fifth Ward.
A special meeting of the Filth ward Hancock
and English club will be held tills evening ut
the Green Tree Hetel at 7J o'clock, sharp.
Every member is requested te be present.
The Sixth Ward Americas Club
Will meet at their club room in Schlller ball
te merrcw (Fitduy) evening at 7 o'clock.
After the business meeting the club will take
pai tin the parade of all the club. Let there
be a lull turn out.
Hancock Veterans will meet this Timisday
evening for drill at the central headquarters.
The Third Ward
Hancock club are requested te meet nt the
central headquarters, Centre Square, te-morrow
(Friday) evening nt VA o'clock te take
part in the meeting in the lower end of the
city. Let every Democrat et the ward attend.
Conference Committees, Attention.
The conference committees of the Third,
Keuith and Seventh wards arc requested te
meet at the central headquarters en THUKS
h.wkvkning at 8 o'clock, for the purpose
of completing arrangements for the general
meeting or the city Democracy, te be held nt
the comer of south Queen, Strawberry and
Middle streets en Friday evening under the
joint auspices of the Third, Fourth and
In the Lener End.
There w ill be a general Democratic meeting
under the auspices et the Third, Fourth and
Seventh ward clubs at the corner el Straw-
beny, Middle and Seuth Queen streets, en
Friday evening. September 17.
It Is impoi-slble ler a woman after a falthlut
course of treatment v ith Lydla E. l'inkhain's
Vegetable Compound te continue te suffer
with a weakness et the uterus. Enclose a
stamp te Mrs. Lvdia E. Finkham, 233 Western
av enue. Lynn, Mass., for pamphlets.
sic-k- headaches incessantly distract uiuny.
i ,.. .wli n-n "Pelleib' Liver TilR" 25 cents-
KEMKUV J?OH HARD TIMES.
Slop spending se much en line clothes, rich
feed anil style. Kuy geed, healthy feed,
i..,..i--mil iM'ticrclothlnir:s:ctmereieal and
substantial things of life every way, andes-iH-ciallv
step the foelLsh habit of running niter
expensive ami ipiack docteisior using se mucli
or the vile humbug medicine that docs you
only harm, and makes the proprietors rich,
but nut jeiirtrnstin the greatest of all simple,
linrercuudics, Hep Hitters, that cures always
at a trilling cost, and you vv ill see better times
and geed Kcaltle Try it once. Head of It in
Try Lechcr's Itenevvnetl Cough Syrup
tr j en v ant te get rid et pimples, bells, tet
:r,&c., use "Lindsey'sllloed Searcher." Sold
by all tlruj
Try Lechei's Renowned Cough Syrup
Wn would recommend all te try Dr. Brown
ing's Tonic and Alterative, as It Is a Perfect
Illoed Purifier. Makes new RIoed, Reddens
old Illoed, Enriches peer Weed, and Gives
Vigorous Health. The dose Is but ene tea
spoonful for an adult, and smaller In preper
tien for children, and is exceedingly pleasant
te take. Fer bale by the Proprietor, W. Cham Cham
peon Hrewiilng, M. I)., 1117 Aich Street, Phila
delphia, and all Druggists. Price 60 cents and
DOCTORS OAVE HIM UI.
" Is it possible that Mr. Godirey Is up and ut
vv eik, and cured by se simple a remedy 7"
"I assure yen it Is true that he is entirely
cured, anil a ith nothing but Hep Hitters nud
only ten daj s age his doctors gave him up and
"Well-a-day! If that is be, I will go this
minute ami get some for my peer Geerge. I
knew hops arc geed'
"Jlrewn's Jlrenehial Troches" are used with
advantage te alleviate Coughs, Sere Threat,
Hoarseness and Bronchial AflccUens.. Fer
thirty years these Troches have been in use,
with annually increasing favor. They arc net
new and untried, but, having been tested by
wide and constant use for nearly an entire
generation, they have attained well-merited
rank among thc'fewstaple rcmedlesef the age.
"JJreicn' Iirenchial Trecic" net directly
en the organs of the voice. They have an ex
traordinary ctTcct in all disorders of the Threat
and Larynx, restoring a healthy tene vv hen re
lated, cither irem celtl or overexertion or the
nice, and produce a clear and distinct enunci
ation.' Speakers and Singers And the Troches
A Cough, Celd, Catarrh ei Sens Threat re
quires immediate attention, as neglect ettcn-
times results in some incuruuw aiuub iw.
' Brown's Jlrenehial Troches " will almost in
variably give relief. Imitations are etTcrcd for
sale, many et which arc injurious. The genu
ine "Brown's Bronchial Troches" are sold
only in boxes. lanlMyd&wTu.ThAS
The Value of 1'ure Wine In Sickness.
The chief difllculty with reliable wines has
been their scarcity and exorbitant price, but
this lias been removed by the introduction of
a Pure Native Wine, produced trem the Oporto
grape by Mr. Alfred Spccr, of New Jersey. We
understand that he lias submitted his wine te
the test el many of our celebrated physicians,
and all concur In its purity, medicinal prop
erties and superiority te the best Imported
Pert Wine. Most et them prescribe it In cases
of debility, aHectlens et the kidneys, and
chronic complaints, requiring a tonic, su su
eorific or diuretic treatment. Examiner.
This wine is endorsed by Drs. Atlee and
Davis, and sold by n. E. Slaymaker.
1NTELL1GENCEE THUBSDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, J880.
Among the many advantages gained' emtciingb iettaBei8
location, an important one is the enlarged reMba and improve fa-
) cilitiee of our REPAIR DBPABTJUSWT. wnn our pnHeni. wue
of skilled mechanics and complete equipment of machinery and
tools we are are prepared te execute and warrant all work en
trusted te us.
MUSICAL BOX REPAINING,
MONOGRAM INSCRIPTION AND
ORNAMENTAL ENGRAVING, &c.
A great variety of new work in original designs will be produced
hi our own manufactory. Any orders for specialties will be filled
at short notice and te the satisfaction of our customers. Old Geld
or Silver bought, taken in exchange, or made into new goods.
H. Z. RHOADS & BRO., Jewelers,
Ne. 4 West King Street.
On and niter SATURDAY, AUGUST 28, the entire stock of BOOpAAOMlObSeiiiic
ki.i ill SHOE STOUK. Ne. "bVi EAST KING STKEET. will be offered at a great SACUlt ICfc,
te CLOSE OUT BUSINESS. Desiring te engage in ether business, 1 take mis opportunity xu
efler the entire stock, consisting et ,
10,000 Pairs of Beets and Shoes of the best Styles and Makes,
at Iciest 23 per cent, less than Jhey can be bought elsewhere. Having made a specialty in geed
coils for 1 1hc last tvv e years asplendid opportunity is new offered te buy superior BOOTS and
SHOES at lower prices than TBASH can be bought elsewhere.
WUbln" te iniu-hase their BOOTS AND SHOES for Fall and Winter, new is your chance te buy
CIIEAl7. Veuntrv storekeepers will de vv ell te call while our stock is jet complete V, e ii lse
havua lliie el very line goods which we will sell from 1 te i a pair less than bcterc. The KN
"a:.4rt,i; Vel-I...:',. i..uiii,.t.minnv ..ai'iissiltl.K. Wn iiIhe offer unart of thollxtureset
the store, consisting of revolving fixture in window. Lounges, part of shelving, Wi
one Fireproof Combination Safe, as geed as new. and line Shew Case and Stand, at
PARLOR SHOE STORE,
Ne. 26 1-2 East King St., opposite Lancaster Ce. Bank.
C. A. Reeee.
Office ok tub Mahesy Mutual Lifk Asse-)
CIATIOX OF SELINSOnOVB, l'A.
WANTED-GOOD, ACTIVE, RKSFONSI
ble Agents In each township of the
county of Lancaster. Applv in hand writing
or Applicant te the Heme Office.
OI Aiumeai r K nAMMETTf s,cc,j.
si-llimfrrnve. Snvder county, ra., senicmnei
--- ri- w - -..., ,.n.ribft
NEW FALL AND WINTER
HAGER & BROTHER
ARC RECEIVING DAILY
XKW FALL AND WINTER GOODS
IN ALL DEFATMENTS.
NOVELTIES IN SILKS,
NOVELTIES IN VELVETS,
NOVELTIES IN FRENCH DRESS GOODS,
NOVELTIES IN ENGLISH DRESS GOODS,
NOVELTIES IN AMERICAN DRESS GOODS.
LYONS KLACK ami COLORED SILKS,
KLACK and COLORED BROCADE SILKS.
TRIMMING SILKS and SATINS,
KLACK and COLORED DRESS and TRIM
.Splendid value, 37c, 45c, Me, C7e, 75c, 87c,l , $1.25,
KLACK SILK WAKF HENRIETTA,
FRENCH CREPE CLOTH,
vviM.lKIl I'.REl'ES AND BLACK THIBET
Shawls, Cloaks and Cleakiiigs.
LADIES' and CHILDREN'S HOSIERY
GLOVES. LACES and RIBKONS,
CHINTZES and CRETONNES,
MUSLINS and SHEETINGS,
TOWELS and TOWELING,
TURKEY RED CLOTHS,
In laigc assortment, at very LOWEST pi ices.
WCall and examine.
HAGER & BROTHER.
Oui Goods aie Carefully Selected,
The Designs are Aitistic anil New,
The Colorings :ue Rich anil Harmonious
The Prices aie Extreme!) Reasonable.
We ask you te v isit iiswhen you aie in want
LARGEST STOCK IN THE CITY.
J. B. Martin & Ce.,
Cerner West King and Prince Streets,
Reopening el T. J. McGUIRE'S Dancing
Scheel at Grant Hall,
Tuesday Evening; September 21.
Ludles and Gentlemen's Classes for Instruc
tions new forming. Private Lessens given
singly or In classes. Glide, Racquet and New
Heel and Tee taught. Terms very moderate.
Monday Evening, September 20,
will be sold at
Ne. 150 North (nccu St., Lancaster, Fa
a large let et Household and Kitchen Furni
ture, consisting of Walnut Chamber Suits.
Walnut Extension Tables, Ollice Desks, Hair
Mattresses, Sewing Machines, Lounges, ene
elegant Parler Mirror, one halr-eleth Parler
Suit, ene Hat Rack, Steves anil ltanges, four
elegant Shew Cases, ene Piane, Canl Tables,
and a vurlcty el goods net mentioned. Thee
goods come from families In the county and
are. all in uoed condition. Goods received up
te 10 o'clock en day of sale. Sale te commence
at 7 o'clock sharp. HESS & M.INN.
Samuel Hess & Sex, Ancts. scpl6-3tdR
A GKAND EXHIBITION OF LANCASTER
county t retting Horses.
HAG RACE, MULE RACE, FOOT RACE,
and live classes et Tretting Horses, at the Lan
caster Driving Park,
SATURDAY AFTEltXOOX, SErT. 13, lfySO.
Fer premiums ami ontrance fees consult post pest
ers. The occasion will be enlivened by the
EDEN SILVER CORNET RAND.
Admission, 25c. Children, 10c. Address.
mui mu r-jnnv.
EVEZflXa. SEPT. 1G, 1SS0.
An American comedy representing the four
seasons, Spring, Summer, Autumn and Winter,
ALL NEW SCENERY AND A GOOD DRA
Singing and Dancing. Three happy hours.
REHEARSAL IN THE BARN,
Introducing the "5 GIPSY COMICS," In their
Negro, German, Irish, tcrpsichercan anil vocal
Prices. 35c, 50c. and 73c. Diagram at Ycek
er's elhce. sll-5td
T7ULTON OPERA HOUSE.
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1880.
Engagement for one night only of the
Welleslcy & Sterling Combination,
appearing in an original Drama of powerful
interest, lull of exciting incidents and situ
THE OLD CROSS;
Or, the Dgs or the Ferest.
MISS MARIE WELLESLET as.IARTINO,
he Rese of Corbeil; W. E. STERLING as
KALCOM a GIPSY, and a Powerful Dramatic
Company, introducing the Wonderful Acting
LEONItERG DOGS, Sultan, Ciesar and Sambo,
pronounced by all the largest and most mag
nificent Dogs iu America. Popular prices of
admission 35 and 50 cents. Secure your seats
at the Opera Heuso Ollice. scpl5-3td
MB. JOHN 1. MISHLEU HAS THE
pleasure et presenting at the Opera Heuso
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1880,
Auici lea's Finerite Prima Denna Come
dienne, ALICE OATES,
ami her talented Comedy Company in the New
Coin ct ly
" LONG BRANCH."
Mirth, Music, Meledy. The most comically
comic of till cemicalities. Illustrative of Sea
side Summer Scenes. TIME OF THE PLAY
The interesting period known as Summer,
when all mankind vies wit lithe Ice In melting.
SCENE OF THE PLAT The rural village of
New Tork and the adjacent metropolitan city
Leng Branch. Prices, 35, SO anil 75 cents.
Diagram at decker's. sepl5-ltd
IfK. JOHN I. MISUL.EH HAS TUE
JjJL honor of presenting
TUESDAY, SEPT. 21st, 1880,
Henry C. Jarrctt's Operatic Spectacle,
Or, THE LITTLE LASS SLIPPER,
which will be produced at the Opera Heuse
with Magnillceni Scenery, Grand European
Ballet, Gorgeous Stage Costumes,
Large Orchestra and Magnificent Chorus,
under the distinguished master, Mr. Mux
Maretzck. Notwithstanding the large expense
attending this great entertainment, NO AD
VACE IN PRICES,
35, DO and 75 Cents.
Diagram at Ycckcr's Ofllcc. t-eplC 5td
WANTED. .EVEKTBODY TO ADVEK
tlse, free of charge. In the Ihtuxiekn
ckr. who wants something te de.
-ITfrANTED. A GOOD COOK WANTED
V Immeiliatcly at
sf-tfd 443 NORTH DUKE STREET.
WANTED A SITUATION BY A COACH
Painter te make himself generally nsc
lul, cither at coach painting or anything else.
Goetl recommendation. Apply at this ellice.
WANTED. A GOOD GIRL TO COOK
and de general housework. Geed wages
and a permanent situation given. Apply at
Glebe llotel,cerncr North Queen ami Chestnut
streets, JOSEPH CKEMER,
WANTED TEN (10) HONEST AND EN
crgetlc men or ladles te introduce a
new article. Fer particulars call after 9
o'clock a. m. at 45 West King street.
2td B. FRANK SAYLOR.
THUBSDAY EVBN'G, SEPT. 16, 1880.
NIP AND TUCK.
BUT PIAISTEB ELECTED.
MAINE'S CLOSE VOTE.
BLAME DOCTOBlXti THE RETURNS.
REPUBLICANS CLAIMING THE STATE.
BUT THE DEMOCRATS CONFIDENT.
I'LAISTED'S ELECTION SURE.
New Yerk, Sept. 10. The national
Dcmociatie cemmittee Las just received
the following dispatch from Portland :
384 towns give Plaisted 65,995 and Davis
67,828; Republican majority 1,833. Iu
1876 the same towns gave the
Republicans 85,382,' opposition 70,477;
Republican majority in 1876,
Republican less since 1875,
The 120 towns net yet heard from gave
considerable Democratic majority in 1S76,
Thcre is no doubt of Plaistcd's election.
Fer Congress the contest between Lind
scyand Philbrick is clese aud doubtful.
The committee scut out this afternoon
the following despatcli :
"New Yerk, Sept. 16. Our latest in
formation is te the effect that Plaisted
has a clear majority of semen here fiem
500 te 1,500. Ne amount of cheating
which it is apparent the Republicans are
trying te de can affect this result. Every
thing is being done te watch them and
defeat fraud en their part.
"W. II. B.vunum, Chairman.''
Ccperted Republican Gulus.
Auut'STA, Sept. 1C Returns received
from 419 towns, a considerable part official,
give tlie following vote : Davis, '.70,9G5,
Plaisted C,057, Nye 174, scattering 235.
Davis Icadcs by 1,479 votes. There arc
yet 81 towns and 8 plantations te hear
from, wliieh voted last year as fellows :
Davis 2,427, Smith 1,758, Gaicelen 1,982 ;
Fusionists ever Davis, 1,313. If these 81
towns aud 8 plantations have voted the
same as last year Davis is elected by a nia nia nia
iorityeflGO. The constitutional amen d-
ments are doubtless both accepted.
Portland, Sept. 10. Five plantations
and small towns of Somerset county, en
the lemetcst upper waters of the Kenne
bec, received additional this morning, give
Davis 193, and Plaisted 191 ; last year
they gave Davis 130, Smith 132, and Gar Gar Gar
oclen 51. Republican majority of 2 this
year against a Fusion mujei ity of G7 last
Cl.riuiing Davia'ft Election.
New Yerk, Sept. 1G. At the head
quarters of the Republican national com
mittee in this city the election of Davis
ever Plaisted is claimed upon the base of a
despatch from Maine which states that
Davis's majority will reach 1,439.
PEKIL& OF MINING.
Anether Disaster Near Shenandoah.
Pottsville, Sept. 16. An explosion of
Milphur occurred this morning at Richaid
Ilccksher & Ce.'s Kohineor colliery, near
Shenandoah, by which Richard Ficsize,
inside foreman, Jehn Ilargravcs, lire bes,
and William Manncls, Dennis Corgan and
Jehn Corgan, miners, were seriously and
Frank Temple, a miner, slightly burned.
The men have all been taken out of the
mine except J. Gergan, who is supposed
te be dead.
Discussing lynch Imw.
N.biiviid.E, Tcnn., Sept. 10. At Guth
rie, Ky., last night, 200 men met and dis
cussed the question whether they should
visit Springfield and lynch the remaining
negrees connected with the Laprade mur
der, but they afterwards dispersed. The
six prisoners wcie brought here last night
by the sheriff of Robertsen county aud
placed in jail for safe keeping, by order of
IN FOREIGN LANUS.
TlioIUter jMle Rises.
Caire, Sept. 1G. The river Nile is us
ing badly. The cotton crop in the intciier
Overiluwcd Its Hanks.
Londen, Sept. 16. The river Ousc has
overflowed its bauks, and crops and ether
property have been destroyed.
The French ministry.
Londen, Sept. 16. The Paris coircs ceircs coircs
respendentoftho Morning Pest says : "The
belief that De Freycinct will resign gains
ground. The National names M. Jules
Ferry as his probable successor, but, I am
assured, en geed authority. The difficulty
will be temporarily smoothed ever and a
Baltimore, Sept. 1G. Dr. Frank T.
Shaw, Democratic nomince for Congress
from the Second district of this state, has
formally withdrawn from the canvass for
reasons of a public and private nature im
pelling him te decline the candidacy which
he had accepted. Anether convention
will be held.
Philadelphia Sept. 16 The follow
ing nominations were made te-day by the
Republican conventions without opposi
tion : Judge of the court of common pleas
Ne. 3, Themas K. Finletter ; coroner,
Dr. W. N. Janney ; district attorney, Gee.
S. Graham ; city controller, Joel Geek.
Hurt by Jumping lrem the Cars.
Philadelphia, Sep. 16. This morning
Daniel Van Winkle, fortyfive years of
age, a rcsidcut of Pottsville, jumped from
a train en the New Yerk division of the
Philadelphia & Reading railroad, at
Ridge avenue crossing, and cut his head
severely. lie was conveyed te the hos hes
pical. Nominated for Congress.
Chicago, Sept. 16. The Democrats of
the Third Wisconsin district yesterday
nominated M. M. Calhcrn for Congress.
Washington, D. C, Sept. 16. Fer the
Middle" A.tlantie states, stationary, or lower,
baremctcrsiightly'warmcrwestcrly winds," "
clear or partly cloudy weather.
Raevsa, Sept. 16. Sir Frcderick Scy Scy
meur, the British vioe-adwiral,wUl as
sume the supreme command of the inter
national ileet en Monday next. Prier te the
carrying out of the naval demonstration,
the dispatch vessel Helicon has been sent
te rcconneiter the waters of Dulclngne.
The Virginia Faction.
Richmond, Sept. 10. The.Roadjusters'
committee iu an all-night session decided
te reject the plan of compromise submit
ted by the regular Democratic state com cem cem
mitteo. Maryland Graeabacker.
Baltimore, Sept. 10. The state Green
back Laber party iucouveutionhere te-day
nominated presidential electors and also
made congressional nomination for all the
Mew Yerk Market.
Nkw Yerk. Sept. 16. Fleur State ami West
ern firm ; fairly acttve expert and home trade
demand; Supertinc.$::25W4 10; extra de $3850
i 10; choice, de, 15i50: lancy de., $4 70
e (O; round hoop Ohie Jl 15Q4 60: choice
de $1 03$5 73 ; superllne western 43303 1 10;
common te geed extra de t5 s5K 25 : choice
de tle ft 3 )0 i"i ; choice white wheat de ft 15
f0; Southern llrni, unchanged ; common
te fair extra O.Qi 3; geed te choice de
5 2.1QU 5i). . , ...
AV heat level ish and un-ettled ; opened alteut
lc better; atter wards y'ic advance lest:
Ne. 2 Red, Sept.,$lOtffJlus:di Oct., $101
fill W : de Nev., SI W1 10j ; Ne. 1 White,
Oet,$llteillte'i. ... , .
Cern heav valid a shade loner ; Mixed west
ern spot, 5165lW:le future. 51"8Mie.
Oats about Me belter : Ne. 2 September K,l.ic ;
dnOctobcrSSKe; de Ne ember 37Je; State,
1 tic; Western iOQUc. I
PniiADisLrniA, Sept. 10. Fleur linn, with del
sinible brands in small supply ; superllne $3 SO
.l 00; extra IJ00SJ 75-; Ohie ami Indiana
lamily at $500" SO; Pcnn'a family de $187
25 25 ; St. Lnni lamily at $5 50 00 ; Minnesota
r.unily $5 W5 87 ; patent ami high grades tf 50
Rye flour '-earec at $5 00.
Wheat strong and higher: Ne. 2 Western
Retl $10rtM; Pa. Red $1001 07; Amber 107.
Cern llruierlorleeatu-o: steamer 5Jc; yel
low 5l5IJ'e; mixctl5e'.'VIC.
Oats ilnii heltl higher ; Ne. 1. Whitel-'c : Ne.
2,Me40liKc; Ne. 3, de -li)v; Ne.1?.
Rye llrm and scarce ; t-ales at 90c.
Previsions steady: intssperk $1C 0ulfi50;
beef hams til) oeg-M 00 : Indian m.ss beet nt
$li;00 ; smoked hams 1231 te; pickled hams 01
dwy.a bacon smoked shoulders f?i7c ; salt
''"Lord steady ; city kettle at S8Jc ; loeso
butchers' tc ; prime steam $S tl.
Ruttcr uctie and prices advancing;
Creamery extra 3132c ; Creamery geed te
choice 273te: Bradford county ami New lerk
extra. 27M0e; Western reserve extra 2PQ22c:
tle uoed te eholee lCfJIUc; Rolls scarce and
wanted; Penn'u extra 2U21 ; Western rcscrve
Eggs scarce aud llrm ; Pennsylvania at 21c;
Western Sue. . ., , , ,,
Cheese llrm with fair trade ; New Yerk full
cream 13Ke; Western luU cream 12K323c;
de fair te geed li;'12ie; de half slilms
Petieleiim llrm ; leilned leje.
Scetls Goetl te prime Clever dull at $30iJ
ffiSSO ; Tliuntliylirmer at $2 IWS'2 70; Flaxseed
llrm at $123.
Nkw Yeuk Stocks.
a. m. a. m. r. m. r. v. r. M
10.J5 11:30 2.05 2iW 3.011
V.rU' it- K.
.. 3S :r'4
Michigan S. & L.S?....10s U'. lObJ
iUlCUlgnil lyUIll. I., a... i-.Vn ' .,
Chicago N. W Z 10IJ4 m
Chicaun. M & St. !
Il.in. & St.. I. Cem
" " P'hl....
Teledo & Wabash....
St. Leuis, I. M. A S. K..
Ontario and Western
C. C. A I. C. R. K.
u. c it i. yi. j.. j.
New Jersey Central.. 7t.'4
ii. t. HiiiNen Canal. 85-'.
fi..i i ..L- Wi.ti.ru Ul'
Western Union Tel...l0ief mji lel ....
Pacillc Mail S. S. Ce.. 10-A "t'i i?4
Kansas & Texas...
New 1 erk Cell ir.i l
Cleveland & Pitts
Chiejge A Reck L
Pittsburgh & Ft. W
Pennsylvania R.R.... .V.fJ
Phil'a. A Reading..... 15-,'i
Lehigh Valley 5t
Lehigh Navigation .. 35
Northern Pacilic Cem :VA
PM . X
Pitts.,TitusvV& IS.... 1
Northern Central 37K
Phil'a & Erie R. R
Un. R. It's efN. J
CentMV Trans. Ce.
fOIt SALE OR REST.
A steed second hanil Organ, very cueap.
wanna a goon iiey.
.JUblUS STUCK ENHOLZ,
sLJ-Std Fulton Hall.
PUP.LIC KENTAI.-ON THURSDAY. SE1'
TEMISER10, 18S0, will lie rented by pub
lic enterv, at the Cooper Heuse, Lancaster
citv, Pa.,"the following, le nit :
That elegant STORE ROOM situated Nes. 38
and W West King street, Lancaster, opposite
the Cooper Heii-c, lately occupied by Philip
Sehuiu (deceasetl) Seu A Ce., with all thu
counters, shelving and glass cases.
Renting te eomuience at 7 o'clock p.m. or
said day w hen conditions w ill be made known
J JOHN E. SCHUM.
CHARLES F. HOLZWARTH,
Samum. Hfcss A Se:j, Ancts. septll-5td
CUTY PROPERTY AT l'UIILIC SAL.K
; On TUESDAY, SEPl'EMRER21,lS),will
be sold at the Cooper Heuse, in the city of
Lancaster, the heiihe and let lately owned and
occupied bv General James L. Reynold, tlcc'tl.
The let is situated en the cast slde of North
Prince street, in this city, between Orange
and Chestnut streets, at the corner nt a public
alley, containing in Irent en Prince street
ulercsaid, thirty-three leet, and extending
eastward of that width mm hundred ami
twenty-one leet, mero or lesn, en which is
erected a comfortable two-story BRICK
HOUSE, with two story Brick Rack Building.
It contains eight rooms, exclusive or the little,
together w ith v. ide Irdls en each lloer, and has
a Imlrunt iu the kitchen as well as In the
yard. There are en the premises Grape Vines,
Peach ami Pear Trees, all choice lrult.
Sale te commence at 7 o'clock p. m. of said
day, when its conditions will be made known
by the undersigned, -vhe will then be In at
tendance. A. SLAYMAKER,
Executer et the will or James L. Reynolds,
dee'd. . . ,
S. Hess A Sex. Aitcts. sepl-tsd
PUBLIC SALE OF VALUABLE REAL
estate iiiLniittudi-ndty. On WEDNES
DAY t-tciiing. SEPTEMBER 15. IbftO, at 7
o'clock, at the Sw an Hetel, Seuth ciiiecn street,
in the city or Lancaster, w ill be sold the fol
lowing real estate, vhs:
Ne. 1. A let of ground. Ne. CU.east side of
Seuth Oiieen street, containing in lrent25fect
and in depth 110 leet with an alley, upon
which is erected a Twe-story Brick DWELL
ING HOUSE, with two-story brick back build
ing and Blacksmith Shep iu basement.
Ne. 2, Three building lets, situated in same
pluce, containing in Irent 19 feet each and in
depth 110 feet, en w hieh Is erected a one-story
Frame Stable. . .. . i .
Ne. 3, A let of ground, situated In same
place, containing in Irent 20 feet and in depth
140 feet, en which is erected a two-story
Ne I A let or ground, situated in same
place, containing in front 23 feet and in depth
110 feet, en which is erected a two-story Brick
Dwelling house with one story Irame back
b PoWtes'ion and title en April 1, 1381. Terms
en .lay of sale by wnJ AM SElrERT.
Samuel Hess A Se. Aucts. sepl-eedts
GRAIN Sl'ECULATlON ,,.,
In large or small amounts. $25 or 120,000
Wrltc W.T.SOULE CO.. Commission Mer
chants, 130 La Salle street, Chicago, HI., for clr
EALED PROPOSALS FOR DELIVERING
Filtv Tens of hartl white ash coal, br
will be received by either of the undcrsigne-d
up te Sep;. 17, ate o'clock, p. in., each lead of
coal te le weighed en the city scales.
JOHN L. ATLEE, President.
CUAS. M. HOWELL, Secretary.
Le. te -the Heme for Jrrlciulless cnuurun.