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LANCASTER DAILY 1NTELEIGENCE11. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1880.
Ironsides 47 College 4.
Yesterday afternoon the Ironsides base
ball club played a game with the College
nine en the grounds of the latter. A geed
sized crowd was present, but the gsjc
lacked interest, as it was one rided. The
Ironsides had it all their own way. The
Ironsides did net play as strong a game as
usual this being due no doubt te the fact
that the opposing nine was a great deal
-weaker then themselves and they knew
tlwuirniiifi linvf im tieublc in winning.
There was geed playing, however, and the
I u! - ..,. Tim crn IK n
uaiuug wan very siiuhi;.
The score is as
Deinmcl, r. f....
Arneld, c. 1
llurm, l b
Kitten house, s.
.. 2 C
.. 2 fi
.. .'! C
COLLEGE. O. K.
Franklin, 1 1 0
Heiiler, i) " 2
II. sheiblcy, h. s... :: e
Kelter.c 1 2
Mauinun, c. t 4 e
A.Hetten-tein.3b. 2 0
V. Slieibiey. I. f... 2 0
K. Hottenstein r.l. 3 0
Muss-Im:m,2b 4 0
27 471 27 4
1NKIH08- 12 3 4 5 V. 7 8 '.I
Ironsides 14 4 2 4 4 7 l 2 i 17
College. 1 0 0 2 0 1 e 4
Umpire, Merris Rittcr.
Time el game, two hour and twenty liiin-uteH.
Paul Oulgley Committed.
Paul Quigley, charged with stealing
chickens from J. 31. Coevcr and Jehn Kor Ker
nig, efEphrata, had a hearing before Alder
man Spurrier this afternoon, and in default
of bail was committed te answer at com t.
His alleged accomplices, Jacob Weaver
and Charles Albright were committed for
the same offence some time age.
A fair, for the benefit of the Junieis'
band association, will open in Itebctts'.s
ballen Monday next and continue during
the week. There will be found en sale
many useful and fancy articles.
The only pad guaranteed te cure diabetic,
gravel, dropsy, I!i ight's disease, nervous de
bility and all di-ica-,eserthe kidncysand blad
der, is Tret, Gulnm lie's French Kidney Pad.
Alice (Jutes U'u-ni'jht.'SUU evening thotu thetu thotu
ganizutien known u- "The Favorites," headed
Iy the vivacious prima denna comedienne
Alice 0.ite-, will appear at the opera house in
the musical absurdity of Leng IJi-.mch," xud
te be one et the me-it spaikllug of recent con cen
ccrLs alid made up el unbounded merriment
and pretty music. The company, which is im im
derMr.Jehn 1. Mlslilcr,iiieludcs number el
The Green Frent.
As will be Been by an advertisement else
where Mcrnard .Snyder, the well-known cigar
manutucturcr, lias taken cliarge el the Uiccii
Frent cigar store en List Orange street, and
w ill hereafter carry en the business theie.
Lancaster Ilaraar Fall eniiig.
Aslrlch llres., 1 lie popular anil cnlerpii-ing
proprietors or the Lancaster I! i:.:iar, at 1" East
King street, will have a giand f.ill opening en
Monday and Tuesday nct, when the display
et new fashions and line fabrics will be some
thing utipiccedeuled in this tow u.
, The stock el beets and .shoes which is new
being sold out at great saciillcj inoiderle
close business, is diminishing dally. Theiv is
as yet en hand a large assortment el ladles',
gents' and children's line shoes, which aie
being sold at the same piiees thai shoddy is
sold ler elsewhere. We advise all who w Nh te
pin chase their l.ill and w inter beets, shoes or
rubbers te enll early and secure bargains.
Alse store IKtures, Including a lire pioefsate,
ter sale cheap at Ne. 'Jtiy, East King sin-el. II
lleadiiai ters for men's, bej.s'and children's
hats ami caps at Cehen & llre.'.s Philadelphi t
One Price Stere, S Kast King street.
Don't Mien tlie Chance.
Cehen A: ISre. will haw their gi-.ind opening
sale el men's, boys' and children's hats and
cups for l.ill and winter wear, this Saturday,
September Is. Give them a call and witness
their uraud display at 5 Kast King street.
Just received new styles in shirt-, m-ckweai,
underwear, knit jackets, .Ve. Opening sale
this Saturday, September Is, at Cehen A, i:ie.'s
Phlladelplda One Pi ice Meie, 5 Kast King
'A tumei was removed from my head by
using 'Dr. Lindsev's Bleed Searcher.'" S.
Sarver, Pittsburgh, Pa. Sold by all druggists.
Try Lecht j's Renowned Cough Syrup.
Wi: wenM recommend all te try Dr. Brown
ing's Tonic and Alterative, as it is a Perfect
Bleed Puriuer. Make-, new Bleed, Heddens
old Bleed, i:nric!ic3 peer Bleed, and Gives
v'Igoreus Health. The doe is but one tca tca tca
spoenful for an adult, and smaller in preper
tien for children, and Is exceedingly pleasant
te take. Ter sale by the Pi oprieter, W. Cham Cham
pien Biewning, M. !., 1117 Aich Street, Pliila
delphia, and all Druggist-. Price M cents and
Tlie old saying that "a new bioem sweeps
clean " receives fresh proof every day in the
rapid detcrlemt ion el many articles that have
obtained a geed reputation belere the public.
Jnne lineef business has thisdetcrioratienbeen
mere mai ked than In many once popular bit
ters whose proprietors have allowed theli
preparation te become worthless because et
their many liuiidrcd orders and inordinate
leve or gain, than In anything else. In conse
quence thereof andattherequestet many pel
sons who have ordered Chill Chilli Bitters, the
proprietor will at 7. p. m.,Menday, September
20, lHSii, ut his elHce, 2IS North Queen Street,
stell at public sale one case and one bottle et
Chill Chilli Bitters, pat up in lancy walnut
cases, the condition of the sale being that the
highest bidder shall be the buyer; the buyer
te Iteep the bottles unopened until three years
have expired, then te open the bottles In pres
ence of eemieteiitjulges and compare them
with any littles made by him since the sale,
smd it the bitters are net as geed and pure as
the first made the proprietor lias obligated
hiiiiwlt under bends te pay $5,0(10 te each pur
chaser el bottle and case. scpH'.-ltd
Faintness before eating, pain ami distn-ss
afterward, prevented by Malt Bitters.
Ktib the Gnms Well
with SO.ODOXT when tln-y become spongy
or ilctached from the necks of the teeth. Let
them bleed freelv and se recover their lone
and health. This SOZODOXT is the best reme
dial agent terdiseascd gums and teeth. Try
ami learn. slS-lwdee l.vw
,Veu Jlay, Hut !
Veu may drink a glats of ice water w hen you
aie thoroughly heated br e.ercie, but be eaie
ful te have Dr. Themas' Kclectiic Oil by en.
The best leimdvin the world for Celic. Fer
sale by II. B. Cochran, dniggNt, 157 and 13J
Neith Queen str-.-et, Lanca-tcr, Pa. is
".'reicn't V.rer.rhial Treche,'" are usd with
adautage te alleviate Coughs, Sen- Tin eat,
Hoarseness and Bronchial Affection-. Fer
thiilyyeais these Tiechcs have been in use.
with annually increasing laver. They aie net
new and r.utlied, but, having been tested by
wide and constant use ler nearly an entire
geneiatieu, they have attained well-merited
lank among the f-'W staple lenicdicsef the age.
'Jlievn'x J.rencliinl TroehiH"' act diiec-tly
en the organs el the voice. They h-.ve an ex ex
tRiei.liuaty c'.lcct inali ili-e:. lei s or the Threat
and Larynx, l e-tei ing a healthy leile w lu-u re
laeil, either Ii.un celder ever cvei lien et the
eite,and pieduei-aelearand ilislinct -niincI-atien.
Sjrii!.ci"! hikI iiivjrrs iiwl the Troches
ACougli.CeM, Catarrh ei Sen: 'lhreal w
fjtiiics immediate attention, as neglect eltcn-t'liu-s
icsulls in some iiK-iiniblr Lung Disease.
.Veii-m's llrenchittl 'JV'icIict'' v. ill almost in
vaiiahly giw I'-licf. Imitations aie et'ereil ler
tale, many et w hich aie nijui ieiis. The genu
int. "JSrewii'i Ilre-ir'titU Treche:." ale sold
enl' in liesrv. i.i!il." 1 j d&w Tu.Tli.VS
Wc I 'refer the Othc .
Thcii-'s nothing that w ill niaKe a in in sinait
se ijuiekas geed slieni; l:eis- Iauam-iit, and
nothing will cine weuiuls,cnts,briiise,biirnB,
etc.. -e well as Dr. Themas' I,eleetile Oil. Fer
sale by II. B. cednau, diugl-t. I.!7 and i:.'.l
Neithliiccn stn-i-t, Kaiiest ter, I'a. 115
Sti .i:g I.:den e.
I li.ie i old at ictail pi Ice since the 4tli til De-(eiiibi-r
last, Iir! bettlts el Di. Themas' Kclec
tiic Oil. guar.. iitecliiif every bottle, lintlst say
Inner sold a medicine in my life th it gave
such u unci -a I satistactieu. in my tn ease,
will' a badly Ulcerated Threat, alter a physi
ci.m penciling it ler se i r.d il,iste neelleet,
the hclectllcOil eiucd It thoieiighly ill twen-ly-Ieur
heuis, and in tlneatened cieiipiumy
e'liildieu this winter 111 newr tailed te ieliee
almtist liiimetliatelv. ". I!. IIAI.K,
l.i:w ii.i.i:. Ii.i... Mai e!i 2tl. !1.
Fer -ale by II. B. Cochran, di ugirlst, LIT and
l.l'l Neith Qiieen -tl.'.-t. I -iiicister, I'a. 17
Tiie Yale.ti at I'l'r.- Wine 111 Sickness.
The chic' diliicultj with it-liable wines hss
b't-ii their caicily and ce:litanl pi ice, lull
this h is been n-mevcd by the introdiietien of
a I'uie Xatixt- ine, piediit eil liein the Oporto
gi.ip.- by Mr. Alf-ed Sir-er. tit New .ler-'ey. We
undeistand that he has -iiljniitted his wine te
the test tt many tf our celebrated physicians,
and all con'-in in its put ity. medieiual pioj) piej)
eilie. and siipeii n its t the best, iuiiierled
Pint Wiius "'list et tin in pie-ciibc it in cases
el debility, aileLti.uis et the kidneys, ami
ehienic eeniplalnts, leijiiiuug a tonic, sii sii
tlei die or dim et le 1 1 cat nieiil . I'.j m.iinrr.
This v. ine l. endewd bj Iis. Alice and
Davis, and si b i. K. si lymakcr.
The J'liMsiirrs til Hepe.
hen I lie body is bowed with pain an intense
longing ler iciiel brings hope. 'I his may
brighten the suffering but it does net euie. At
n time like this hew welcome Is such a lriend
as Wnrnei's Sale Kidney and l.iver Cine,
bringing hope, health and h ipplue s and the
jejs til a it'liuwed lite. 1
Metlier! ."ttetlieis:: j-!:ici s::i
Aicyen;tlIstuibed at night anil broken et
your re-t by :is:c! child -u'leiing and crying
with the excruciating jiai'i el cutting teeth?
It se. goat tine and get.' bo'ileel Mils. VIXS
UOW'.sSCiHIHNt; s.. Kl p IH. ill lelteU'the
peer little sulleier immetliatelv -tlepentl upon
it ; there is no ml t 'l.eabuut it. 'i iit-i is net a
mother en eaith w he !:- t ver iie.l It, w he will
net tell you a! mei tl:-i II w 111 leulale the
bowels, and gn e le t te ihe uituhi i, and iclief
ami health te the child, eeeiv.'tng li:.e magic.
It is jit 'fecllysate te nseia all cases, and plwis
anl te the t'iste. iiui '. !!' piesciiptiea et one
et the eldest and be-t teni.de jihj sieians and
niii-es In the United t:':es. Sold everywhere'
2"., .ills a bottle. ! 1 17-1' ilA.u M.WA.S
.Il.rri Kins. At elimibia, suddenly tin eit
17, lssii, Jesi ph Black, elder son tit Ch.ulesA.
and Cat lie 1:. .lellencs, aged I jiai-, iiienlhs
Funeral 110:11 the icsiilenc el his p.n elite,
s-tcentl sticel, Celuuihi.i. this attejuoen nt t
Hi 11. Sept. 1.5, Issi, in l.itit, I'a. .uddcnly.
Mis.. Calk-nine IIul!, in herir.th j car.
Fuiieiiil -eMlit's will be held en Sunday
morning (huh mst.) :.t liio'deck, in the Mo Me
1.11 Ian chinch at l.itit : I'neiids and ichitives
IIit. In this eily 011 the lith i'i :., Clinics
A. Ilil.iti thi'tilth'jear et hi age.
Leng v. eie his suffering ,
Haul was hi- pain.
N'e miiiiuiir ese.ipetl him,
Xene heard him ceiupl tin :
Till Ced in His meicy
Did -loop liem the'sky,
And called him come home
And 1 est 1 lice en high.
'Ihe lclntiws and liieiuls, al-e t'oucstega
council, O. I . A. M. Nti. s. Degree con ncil Xe.
20, Kcshahhencc tribe 1. . IL M., Xe. 22, anil
Shillier Hie ee.npany aie le-pcctlully in itcil
teatlentl the ttiucr.il liem his late residence
Ne. 21(5 Keckland siicct, 011 Sunday atternoeii
at 2 o'clock, luteimeut at Weed waul Hill
Vaiidctblltwns neatly shawd jesterdaj with
Pay Your Tax.
Every voter who wants te vote 111 November
should leek alter the payment el his tax. Col
lector Warlel sits at the Court Heuse THIS
EVKXIXt; Uamcy. te 9 o'clock le rcreiw II.
JO TIIKUK AXD PAY IT.
The name et WILLIAM McCOMSKV, of the
First ward, will be presented te the Demo
cratic electors et Lancaster at their primary
elections te nominate a candidate ler As
scmbly, under Democratic lilies.
KLIMU. SXVDEU. et the Ninth ward, wil
be a candidate for the Democratic nomination
te the Legislature from Lancaster City. Sub
ject le Democratic rules. tp
City Campaign Committee.
The Democratic city campaign committee
will'lield a 'special.mectlng at the hcadtjnar
ters THIS EVEXIXG. Every member Is
urged te be present.
11 Is Impossible ler a woman arter a falthlul
course of treatment witli Lytlia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound te continue te suffer
with a weakness et the uterus. Enclose a
stamp le Mrs. Lytlia K. Pinkliam, 23.1 Western
avenue. Lynn, Mass., for pamphlets.
Ask for "Sellers' Liver Pills." Xe etheis
possess half their virtue. 23 cents per bes.
Sold by all druggists.
Try Lechcr's Kcnewncd Cough feyrnp
KBMEDV FOIl HAttl) TIMKS.
Step spending se much en line clothes, rich
feed ami style. Buy geed, healthy loed,
cheaper and better clothing ; get mere real -and
substantial tilings of life even- way, and es
pecially step the foolish habit of running alter
expensive and quack doctors or using se much
of the vile humbug medicine that docs yen
only harm, and makes the proprietor-, rich,
but put your trust In the greatest of all .simple,
pure remedies. Hep Bitters, that cures always
at :i trilling cost, antl you w ill see better times
and geed health. Try It once. Kead et It in
DOCTOUS GAVK HIM UP.
" Is it possible that Mr. Godfrey is up ami at
work, and cured by se simple a remedy V
"I assure you it Is true that lie is cntliely
cured, and with nothing but Hep Bitters :.ml
only ten days age Ins doctors gave him up and
tiald lie must die !"
"Wcll-a-day! If that Is m, I will go this
minute ami get some for my peer Geerge. I
knew hops are geed."
a j:y aiy i:i:risi:Mj;Ts.
S AUi:i: KltAUT MIXUJl THIS (-lATUlt-DA1
) eiening.it Hem v Xeaniei's saloon,
corner el Orange and Water sttcet-. Best et
Beer en t ip. 11
rpiin Mi:?tii:i-.its or Tin: smifm.kk
J. Steam l'iie Kii'iinc Ceiiijiany Xe. 7 arc
rt-spectiullv retiiu -ted te meet en sUXDA
AFTKKXe'ON at 2 o'clock, sharp, te attend
llieliiner.il el Chilli's . Hit.:.
IE. A. I'lsllKK. President pie tcin.
Atle-t, ffn. si'exu, sicl. pre tem.
en mom) Y,sKPri:Mi:i:i:2i, shk win
bcseld at .1. D. Denlingei's Meiiiin-ie Heuse,
H.Xeith Prince siicct, lii he.ul oPOhie horses.
Among the ltd sue some her-es that can trot
in 2"0. A etedit el Ce tlaj - w ill be gi en. Salt Salt
te commence -it I o'clock p. 111.
ltd DANIEL LOGAN.
rnin: .iii:ii;ki:s et- i:i:-s,iia!!-k-xi:i:
JL Tribe Ne. 22 I. O. et It. M. aie invited te
meet at their wigviain en bUNDAY, .Septem
ber m,at 1 o'clock p. in., te attend the tiiiieial
et our late hre!hcr,ih.ulcs A. Kline. Members
et our sl-tcr Trihei are invited t attend.
Dark cletlit s ami w hite glove-,
ltd I5y elder el the Saciu-ni.
TOTICi: . V. A. M.
Thenr.mbeis tit Concsiega Council Ne.
s. 0. 1. A. M.. are icenc-tcd te meet in the
Council 100m to-ui:uiew (SUNDAY) AFTKK
NOON at 1 o'clock, shaip.te attend the luncml
el our late biether, Charles A. Hitz. Empire
Council Ne. :;, Conestoga Council Ne. 22 antl
Empiie Council Ne. 120, .lr. O. U. A. M., are
cenlially iu lied.
mi Isaac k. long, ii. s.
I A general me cling of Ihe stockhelder-ol
Lancaster Fire ln-urance Company ami
.Lt..n.t.1n .. .....Ill ...... .1 ,.... .1. .......! in
.III Vit:t:ii"ii "' ip uvi 11 nurrnns iiiuiefii, iif
serve ler the ensuing year will be held at the
elhce el III,' company. Ne. IDS West King
street, en MONDAY, OCTOBKIi 1, USA Ite
tween the hours el 2 and 4 o'deck. p. m.
ISKX.I. F. SHKNK.
SeplS ctdeetl St cietary antl Tieasiuer.
A meeting of the stockholders el the
Woedwaitl Hill Ceineteiy will be held at
ltebert-s's Hall en MONDAY, SEPTEMBER
27. at 3'o'cleck p. 111., te take action en the ap
plication about being made le our courts ter
increased piii!cgete our charier as may be
deemed best. .5.11. MARTIN,
riMlK UaUi:i:si(iM.I ISAS pukciiaseij
X et .luliu- Lew the stock and lixtnies
GREEN FRONT CIGAR STORE.
at Ne. ." East Orange street, wheie he will
hereatler carry en the business, and will con
stantly keep 011 hand a large stock el Cigars,
Tobaccos, Pipes, etc.
VJT In large or small amounts. $y, or $20,000
Write W.T.SOULEA; CO.. Comuiissien Mer
chants, 130 La Salle street, Chicago, HI., ler or
WE OPEN TO-DAY
NOVELTIES IN LADIES' DRESS GOODS,
HANDKEROHTJSP PATTERNS OP DRESS GOODS. CHOICE STYLES AND COLORS,
MEDIUM AND PINE QUALITIES.
BLACK SILKS AND BLACK CASHMERES,
AT VERY LOW VJIICES.
GIVLEK, BOWEES & HUEST,
25 East King Street, Lancaster, Pa.
Reopening et T. J. McGUIRE'S Dancing
Scheel at Grant Hall,
Tuesday Evening, September 21.
LadleV and Gentlemen's Classen for Instruc
tions new- forming. Private Lessens given
singly or in classes. Glide, Racquet and Newr
Heel ami Tee taught. Terms very moderate.
MR. JOHN . MISHLKK HAS THE
pleasure et presenting at the Opera Heuse
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1880,
America's Favorite Prima Denna Come
dienne, ALICE OATES,
ami her talented Comedy Company In the New
" LONG BRANCH."
Mirth, Music, Jleledy. The most comically
comic of 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 TIIE PLAY The rural village of
New Yeik and the adjacent metropolitan city
Leng Branch. Prices, 35, SO and 75 cents.
Diagram at Yccker's. .scpl5-itd
lilt. JOUN V. MISHLEK
honor of presenting
TUESDAY, SEPT. 21st, 1880,
Henry C. Jarrett's Operatic Spectacle,
Or, THE LITTLE GLASS SLIPPER,
which will be produced at the Opera Heuse
with Mngnillceu: Scenery, Grand European
Ballet, Gorgeous Stage Costumes,
Large Orchestra and Magnificent Chorus,
under the distinguished master, Mr. Max
Maretzek. Notwithstanding tnc large expensc
attending this great entertainment, NO AD
VACE IN PBICES,
35, 50 and 75 Cents.
Diagiam ut Yccker's Offlce. sepltl .ltd
WAITED. KVEKYBODY TO ADVEIt
ttbe, free of cliarge, In the Ihtbllieen
CKit, who wants something te de.
AMED.-AMANTO TAKE CAKE Or
: horses, must be a geed drlrcr and make
himself generally useful.
V. D. SPBECHElt & SON,
ltd11 31 East King street.
Oi-Kici: ok tub MxneNV Mutual Life Asse-)
c-iATiex op SELiNsaaevE, Pa.
7"ANTi:i GOOD, ACTIVE, KKSPONSI-
V ble Agents In each township of the
eeiiutv of Lancaster. Apply in hand writing
tit Applicant te the Heme Office.
L. K. HUMMEL, Sec'y.
Selinsgrevc, Snyder county, Pa., September
17, Insi. sepl6-lmd45tw
irarx vateiis, &c
Wi: .1KB OPFKRIXO THE ONLY
ExteiLsien Window Cornice
ever maniifactnicd. It Is perfect In Its con
struction, simple and handy te adjust and
very cheap. It can be regulated te lit any or
nary w intlew by means of a thumb screw, and
can be adjusted trem one feet te five feet wide.
.They are made etiy. Inch Walnut Meulding
tit a New Pattern, ami we liavc them in eight
ditlc rent styles. Come and see them.
In Walnut, Ash and Ebony, Ends, Rings and
OBDEUS TAKEN FOR
PIER AND MANTEL MIRRORS.
OPKMNR FALL STYLES OF
AM; W AltrEJtTISEJIEXTS.
Among the many advantages gained by our change of business
location, an important ene i3 the enlarged rooms and improved fa
cilities of our REPAIR DEPARTMENT. With our present corps
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 REPALNING,
MONOGRAM INSCRIPTION AND
ORNAMENTAL ENGRAVING, &c.
A great variety of new work in original designs will be produced
in our own manufactory. Any orders for specialties will be filled
at short notice and te the natisfaetien of our customers. Old Geld
or Silver bought, taken in oschange, or made into new goods.
H. Z. RHOADS & BRO., Jewelers,
Ne. 4 Wcet King Street.
On and alter SATCKDAY, AUOl'ST is, the entire sleck of KOOTs AND SHOES et the
P ULOlt SHOE STOKK. Ne. - EAsT KING STKEET, will lie offered at a great SACRIFICE,
te CLOSE OUTUUSINESS. Desiring te engage in ether business, I take this opportunity te
eiler the entire stock, consisting et
10,000 Pairs of Beets and Shoes of the best Styles and Makes,
at least -1 per cent. less than Miev can be bought elsewhere. Having made a specialty in goeti
geed.: for the hist two year-, a splendid opportunity is new etferetl te buy superior 15UOTS anil
&1IOES at lower pi ices than TK.VSII can be bought elsewhere.
Wishing te puichase their HOOTS AND SilOK. for Fall and Winter, new is yeurchance te buy
CHEAP. Countrvsteiekeepeis will de well te call while our stock is yet complete. We also
havea line of erv line goods which we w ill hell from 1 te $2 a pair less than belere. The EN
TIKE STOCK must be SOLD out as SOON as POSSIHLE. We also offer a part of the lixtureset
flie store, consisting of rcve! ing lixture in window. Lounges, part of shelving, Writing Desk,
one Fireproel Combination Sale, as geed as new, ami tine Shew Case antl Stand, at
PARLOR SHOE STORE,
Ne. 2(5 1-2 Kast. King St, opposite Lancaster Ce. Bank.
C. A. Reeee.
Wholesale anil Itelai! Uc.dci 111 all I.Snisit
LUMDEi: AND COAL.
JW-Yard: Ne. 4i0 North Watei and Plinth
streets abec Lcimm. Lancaster. 11 '-lyd
COAL! COAL! COAL! COAL
Ceal et the Best Jua!ity put up expresdy
for family use, ami at the low
est mat ket price.
TRY A SAMPLE TON.
J- YAKD 150 SOUTH WATIIK ST.
ucMyd PHILIP SCIIUM.SON ,fc CO.
IO Aid COAL! COAL
We have constantly en hand all the best
gradesef COAL that are in maikct, winch we
are selling as low as any yard in the city.
Call and gel ""lr prices before buying elsewhere.
M. F. STEIGERWALT & SON,
211 NOUTII WATKU STREET.
PHARES W. FRY,
Ne. 57 NORTH QUEEN ST.
rPKUSSKS! TRUSSES I! TRUSSKS ! ! !
JL Sullerers from Knptttre will find the safest,
easiest and cheapest Trusses In the werltl en
exhibition and ter sale by
ANDREW G. FREY, Druggist,
Cor. N. Queen antl Orange Sts, Lancaster, Pa.
Call and sec.
Alse, the enlv sure cure for Piles,
TREY'S UNIVERSAL PILE SUPPOSITORY.
Never lails. Price. 50c. and 75c. a box.
I T SILL'S DRUG STORK.
PURE DRUGS AND CHEMICALS.
All Kinds of
HULL'S DRUG STORE,
in West King St., Lancaster, Pa.
Alse a Large antl Fine Assortment of
TOILET AND FANCY ARTICLES,
Anieiican. French and English PERFUMERY,
Teeth, Hair, Nail, Flesh, Cleth, Shaving and
1 11 taut Ilrushea, Preparations for the Teeth,
Soaps, Hair Oils and Pomades, Trusses, Shoul
der Unices antl Supporters.
PURE GROUND SPIOES.
FISH1NU TACKLE, RODS AND REELS
or Every Description.
HULLS DRUCr STORE
Ne. 15 WEST KINO STREET.
VU1NA ASJi GLASSWARE.
1 HKAT ItAKGAINS
CHINA, GLASS AND QUEENSWARE.
A large assortment of
Fancy Flower Pets,
Plain Flower Pets.
A lull line of them In our window.
HIGH & MARTIN,
Ne. 15 EAST KING STREET.
X UMJJKR AND COAL BY TKLKPHONK
The undersigned aie new piepated te ie
ccive orders for
Ceal, Lumber, Sash, Deem,
by Telephone. Slop in at the Eveli mse and
de your own eidcung tree et charge.
S. E Cor. Prince and Walnut Stieets.
" COHbT WlLEY,
H.0 XOKT1I ir.iTEli ST., Ltnir.iitcr, I'a.,
Wholesale ami Retail Dealer, in
LUMBER AND COAL.
Connection With the Telephonic i;xcbaiit;c.
P.ranch Office : Ne.:; NORTH DUKE ST.
1 U TO
GORRECHT & CO.S'
GOOD, CLEAN FAMILY COAL,
and all ether kinds or Ceal, (jiialily and
quantity guaranteed. aril, nan isburg Pike.
Office, 20jj East Cliestnui sticet. augiT ltd
COAL! COAlT "
for geed, clean Family and all ether kinds
of COAL go te
Quality and Weight guaraulecd. Orders re
OFFICE: S3 East King Street. YARD:
618 North Prince Street.
iievsE Fuusisnisa taunts.
FLlii k BfiBSEHM.
Would advise all who contemplate putting in
HEATERS or making any alterations in t heir
heating arrangements te de se at once before
the rusli et Fall Tratl3 begins.
THE MOST UELIADLK
In the Mai ket, at the
no t Breneman's
GREAT STOVE STORE,
152 North Queen Street,
CIO WEST, FOB THE BEST COFl'EES,
j Sugars and Tea", Uest Cigars antl Tobie Tebie Tobie
ces, Best Wines ami Liquors, Ask ler
Oakdale Pure Old Rye Whisky.
0"i per cent. Alcohol. Invigorating Tonic and
the Hair Liquid. All at
He. 205 WEST KINO STREET.
OP B1TTEKS -01t SALK AT LOCU-
cr's Drug Stere, 9 East King street.
JIUUKS AND STATIONERY.
for Lancaster City and County, at
L M. FLYNN'S
Ne. 4S WEST KINO STREET.
Ne. 32 East Kin? St.Lancaster, Pa.
Schools of Lancaster City,
NEW AND SECOND-HAND.
At the LOWEST PRICES, at the Reek Stere of
JOM BAER'S SOUS,
15 and 17 NORTH QDEEN STREET,
liOJIES, ItZAXKETS, tCC.
u;n of the isuffale head.
BLANKETS ! BLANKETS
1 have new en hand Ihe Laikibst. Ukst and
Cheapest Asserthkmt of Lined and Unlined
BUFFALO ROBES In the city. Alse LAP
AND HORSE I1LANKETS of every descrip
tion. A full line of
Trunks and Satchels,
Harness, Whips, Cellars, &c.
4?Repalriug neatly and promptly done.-S
10H North Queen St., lanetuter.
SHOP ON PLUM STREET,
Ol'l'OSITElUE LOCOMOTIVB WORKS.
The subscriber continues te manufacture
BOILERS AND STEAM ENGINES,
Fer Tanning and ether pnrpeses
Sheet-Iren Werk, anil
3- Jobbing pi eniptly attended te.
luglS-lyd JOHN REST.
1)Kt ICLAM ATION.
The bonfires en Centre Square en the
occasion of the recent political rejoicing
very much injured the Belgian block
ing. New tills is te notify all parties
that no tires will be allowed te be made
en the Rclgian blocking wherever laid. The
police arc licreby instructed te pnt out all
such tires antl te arrest any person or persons
Interfering with them In the discharge of their
duty in connection with this proclamation.
JOHN T. MacGONIOLE,
SATURDAY EVENING, SEPT. 18,, 1880
HOME AND ABROAD.
TELEGRAPH AND CABLE.
NEW AND OLD WORLD.
NETTS OF THE DAY.
Accidents and Incidents, Crimes and Disas
ters, Laber and Capital.
OVER TIIE OCEAN.
2tet Afraid or n Jtig Strike.
Londen, Sept. 18. The Times cemsjKm
tlent at Burnley says : The employers jeu.
crally believe that if there is a strike of
the cotton operatives it will be brief.
The Ueumclian Insurrection.
Berlin, Sept. 18. A Petersburg corres cerres corres
penilent telegraphs that the outbreak of an
insurrection in eastern Reutuelia is only a
question of a few weeks.
Don't Loek lake Surrender.
Vienna, Sept. 18. Riza Pasha, the
Turkish commander has, it is repei teil,
returned te Sentari. This certainly docs
net open e prospect for the immediate .sur
render of Dnleigna.
ALONG THE P. K. K.
"Washington, D. C, Sept. IS. Ferth
Middle Atlantic states, southerly te west
erly winds, slightly warmer, partly cloudy
weather, and stationary or slowly falling,
Striking EleYater Man.
New Yerk, Sept. 18. The strike of
grain Elevator men is still in progress to te
day. Nen-society hands are at work in
place of the strikers and no trouble is reported.
Twe Ill-itre-siiig Fatalities.
At.toena, Sept. 18. At the lower
shops here, yesterday, Henry C. Brum
baugh, while looking under a car te
see what repairs were needed, failed te
sec another car 1 uniting toward him. It
caught his head and crushed him te death
instantly. He was aged .10, left a wife
and small children. He had a bretlic.
killed en the railroad in the vicinity of
Matinsburg some ytats aye.
Jeseph Beam, of Cambria, having
pressed a Pole te fight, the latter retreated
te his home. Beam followed and, in being
pushed from the de.r when he tried te
enter, fell, struck his head en a spike and
has died from his injuries.
The Yacht Stuck en the Stajs.
Baltimore, Sept. 18. The new yacht
efM. Ilctui Lay, built by Malster & Lay,
at Canten, was te hac been launched
this morning and several thousand persons
gathered in the ship yaid and
et. the wharves te witness the launch.
Mr. Lay and his family were picsent.
After the ccicmeny of .sprinkling
the new yacht and a benediction had been
pronounced by Father Bradford, the fas
tenings were cut loose. The vessel glided
about twenty feet ami stuck fast en the
ways and could net be moved. Anether
effort will be made te launch her en Mon
day. Ft re at Old Yerk KeiU.
Philadelphia, Sept. 18. A despatch
was received at the Mayer's efjicc at two
o'clock this afternoon stating that a fire is
raging at Old Yerk Read Station, Mont
gomery county, and asks that lire apara
tns in Oermantewn be sent te the scene.
Philadelphia, Sept. 18. The fnc at
Yerk read te-day is a wheelwright bhep.
Twe blacksmith .shops and one private
dwelling burned and ether dwellings are
Fatally Injured by a tiiitllng tSuii.
"Washington, D. C., Sept. 18. Miclacl
Joyce and Jehn C. Berry, two soldiers at
the United States arsenal in this city, were
accidentally shot this morning while hand
ling a gatling gun. and have since died
from injuries icecived. Joyce was married
red leaves a wife and two children. Berry
was a single man.
The Cotten Operatives Confident.
Manchester, Sept. 18. Public opinion
here generally condemns a strike of the
cotton operatives. The Acctingten oper
atives are paying a levy of two pence per
loom te the fund for the .support of the
stiikc. The payments ate made icadily.
The leaders of the btrikc arc confident of
The Trench Cabinet Oeing te Smaiti.
Paris, Sept. 18. At this morning's
meeting of the ministerial council M. Con Cen
stats, minister of interior and of worship;
M. Cazet, keeper of seals and minister of
justice, and General Farre, minister of
war, tendered their resignations. A second
meeting of the council will be held at the
palace of the Elyscc, under President
Grcvy this afternoon.
Winnepee, Man., Sept. 18. The strike
of brakemen and firemen en the Canadian
Pacific railway threatens te severely inter,
fere with traffic. The lics of the men who
replaced the strikers arc threatened and
they are afraid te run the trains. A de
tachment of police have been detailed te
permit the arrival and departuie of trains
Public sympathy is with the men whose
demands arc considered leasenab'e.
Pittshcre, Sept. 18. The steamboats
Mary Ann and Simpsen Herner, belonging
te Herner & Jenes, coal operators, moored
opposite here, were burned this morning.
Less thirty thousand dollars. Ne insur
ance. The fire started in the Herner.
Pittston, Pa., Sept. 18. Frank Moere"
while attempting te beard a train en the
Lehigh Valley read last night, was thrown
under the wheels, and received injuries
which proved fatal.
' Durglarn Burgling."
Tuckerton, Pa., Sept. 18. The store
of Themas Baum was entered by burglars
last night, and a quantity of merchandise
was stolen. The ticket efiiec of the Phil
adelphia & Beading railroad was also
broken into and the safe blown te pieces.
Itlaztng Jtusli Fires.
Kingsten, Ont, Sept. 18. Bush fires
arc raging within a mile of Battersca and
ether fires arc being rekindled in different
parts of the country. Much valuable tim
ber will be destroyed.
Wind t'rnm Weaver.
Buffalo, Sept. 9. General Weaver.
Greenback candidate for president, deliv
ered an address in this city last night.
Sciinectadv, N. Y., 18. Geerge West
has been nominated by the Republicans in
the Twentieth district for Congress.
New Yerk Market.
Nkw Yerk. Sept. IS. Fleur State and West
ern Unit; moderate exiwrt and home trade
demand: Supernnc.43-.Sft4 10; extra de 3330
410; choice, de l 156(5 50: tancy de., tt 7U
d j cr: round hoop Ohie M 15(24 CO; choice
de 4G38j 75; snpertlne western $35004 10;
common te jioed extra de 3 S5Q4 25 : choice
tle tle $1 3JC -25 ; choice white wheat de $4 15
(it 00; Southern nulet. unchanged t common
te fair extra $4 it J3 -J0; geed te choice de
Whe-.it dull and Scarcely se linn ; Ne. 2 Ked,
Sept.,$I07':de v.ct., 107'; de N"e-.,$103
Cern dull: Mixed western spot, 50 1451;
de tntitre, 31353' ,'c.
Out- heavy ami lower : Ne. 2, October, 23' .Jc ;
State, t'lg-'de; Western 4&Sl3Ue.
ftiiLADutrniA, Sept. IS. Fleur steady with
fair Imittiry ter choice ; snpertlne at $2 50
3 OJ; extra $3 O0f?S 75; Ohie and Indiana
family t 5 0tXj?5 SU; l'enn'ii laniilvde J3 00
R3 23 ;St. Leuis tauiiiyat3-Wfct 00; Minnesota
family $3 i35S7; patent ami high grades JC 7
ttye Heur at $300.
Wheat steady: Ne. 2 Western Ked f 1 (Wt ;
Ta. Ked 1 (K; Ambcr$l OCl 07.
Cern steady; steamer &2JJ 53c: yellow Sic;
Oatsstcitly': Ne. 1, White 41l2c; Ne.2.
de 4018 10c; Ne. 3, de 3S,Mc; Ne. 2 Mixed
Kye firm ; bales at Me.
Previsions market easier; mess perk
$ll O0IS 31; beef hams H 00 ID 00;
Indian mess beet nt $1800: smoked hams at
l-2gi::c: pickled hum- at tVIQlOJc; bacon
smoked .shoulders if'-STc ; salt de ec.
Idird qnict ; city kettle at iOc ; loeto
biitehciV Sc; prime steam $3 2.1.
Butter market lain ami well sold up ;
f 7ri.mici-v i.Tlm at.T'.lJr' ? !rp-mirv f?im,! tn
choice 2S'iT."0e; ilratlfe.-d Leuntynnd New Yerk
extra, 'jj&'.hic ; western reserve extra Jtf.r.'c :
de goetl te choice lT.fl'.'j; Kells scarce and
wanted; Penn'a extra 'S -1 ; Western reservn
Eitks scarce ami linn; rsutisylvaniaatiSe;
Cheese strong u illi fair tia.le : New Yerk full
cream 13J?Ue; Western full cream 13c;
tin rair te geed VlQliy.u; tle hair skims
1'etreleuiR sclleid e.it el market; rellned
Whisky at $111.
Seetls IJeimI te prime Clever tlull at $3 00
f?S 50 ; Timethy tlriu at $2 ii'S2 7rt: Flaxseed
Ann at $123.
Xrw Yep.k Srtvits.
Erie K. U ":
MicliiKim S. & U S....10SJ.J
Michigan i:ent. It. K.. '.a
Chicago & N. W lO.T'.f
CliicaKO, M & St. 1 . 01?h
Han. & St. .1. Cem 3t'4
Teledo X Wabash.... :!!
Dliie.t Mississippi. .. :K
St. Leuis, I. M.&S.IL. 55J'S
Ontario anil Western
C C. X I. C 1.. IS...... ....
New Jersey Central.. "t'.'S
Del. X Hudsen Canal. 83-4
Del.. Lack. & Western OOJ
Western Onion Tc!...104,i
Pncillc Mail S. S. Ce.. 40-,'i
Manhattan Klcvntcd. 31
Union Pacltic '.?
Kansas A Texas 34'
New Yerk Central
Cleveland X Pitts
Chic.iKO & Ket'lc I
Pittsburgh & Ft. W
Pennsylvania It, It.... .19
Pliil'a.& Heading..... ViH
Lehigh Valley 54
Lcht'li Navigation... 3.V
Northern Pacltic Cem 30,'.!
Pitts., Titusv'eS H...
Phil'iiit Erie K. K...
Hit. K. It's efN.d
Centm Trans. Ce....
POR SALE OR RENT.
Ten-roomed, two story and Mansard roei,
(ireen Stene Frent Dwellings,
Nes. 4i9 and I West Orange Street.
Willi all the best
ucliidiiiK JenniiiK's improved Londen water-clesel-s,
marble-top wushstantl, improved wall-cd-in
raiifje. cellar heater, per tect drainage and
sewcmKc, tlcep. tlrv cellar, white marble bae
ami steps, Vc, A.c. It 22 by 213 feet te a I t-feel
w hie alley, lrent yard 2 feet in depth, Inclesed
with ornamental iron lt-nee.
Fer terms, &e.,apply te
JOHN If. METZLEK.
aii!;2I-W.V.Stfd Ne. 9 Seuth Duke St.
Monday Evening, Septembar 20,
will be sold at
Ne. loOA'ertli (Juecn St., Iaiicasier, Pa
a large let nt Household nnd Kitchen Furnl
ture, consisting or Walnut Chamber Suits.
Walnut Extension Tables, Offlce Desks, Hair
Mattresses, Sewing Machines, Lounges, enn
elegant Parler Mirror, one hair-cloth Parler
Suit, one Hat Kack, Steves and Kangcs, four
elegant Shew Cases, one Piane, Curd Tables,
and a variety et goods net mentioned. These
goetls come from families in the county and
are all in geed condition. Oneds received np
te 10 o'clock en day of sale. Sale te commence
at 7 o'clock sharp. HKSS t-XINIK.
S.wunr. 1 1 ess X Sen" , Aucls. sc plO-Stdlt
CITY PKOPKKTY AT PCIJLIC SALE
On TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, lsgO.wlil
be sold ut the Cooper Heuse, in the city et
Lancaster, the house antl let lately owned and
occupied bv General James L. Kcyneld, dcc'tl.
The let is situated en the cast side of North
Prince street, in this city, between Orange
and Chestnut streets, at the corner et a public
alley, containing In trout en Prince street
atereaid, thirty-three feet, and extending
eastwartl of that width one hundred und
twenty-one lcet, mere or less, en which Is
erected a comfortable two-story ItKICK
HOUSE, with two-story Ilric-k Hack IJuIIding.
It contains eight rooms, exclusive of the attic,
together with vide halls en each lloer,antl has
a hydrant in the kitchen as well as in the
vartl. There arc en the premises Grape Vines,
'Peach and Pear Trees, all choice truit.
Sale te commence at 7 o'clock p. m. of said
day, when its conditions will lie made known
by the undersigned, who will then lie In at
tendance. A. SLAYMAKEK,
Executer el the will of .lames L. Reynolds,
S. Hess & Sex. Aucts. scp4-tsd
PUI5LIC SALK Of VALUAltLK KKAI.
KSTATE.-On THURSDAY. OCTOKER 7.
1SS0, will be seldatpublicsalc, en the premises,
en the Millcrsville pike, in the city or Lancas
ter ami county of Lancaster, Pa., the following,
A tract el land, containing 5 ACRES, mere
or less, tin which is erected a large and conve
nient two story ISK1CK HOUSE, with Mansard
Koef and a two-sterv Brick Back IJuIIding at
tached, and a small Summer Kitchen; gas
through the house ; has a line hall and eleven
large rooms, conveniently laid out; a well or
never-Iaiilng water with pump therein, cistern
anil n clieice let et Irult trees in bearingerder,
peach e.chard, etc.: a line driving read te ami
trem t lie house. The ground fronts en three
.streets: would be well adapted for building
lets. There is also a goeti cellar under the
whole house ; heater in cellar, and geed ven
tilation in all the rooms; there Is an observa
tory en top et the house, also a geed large
Darn, Carriage Heuse, Ice Heuse, stabling ler
three horses and two cows, with water ut the
barn ; a glass front hennery, 55 feet long. With
work-shop attached. There arc en this property
about ;20 tlitrerent varieties or grapes, bearing,
with a line let of shrubbery, evergreen and
This property is well worth the attention et
persons who wish te buy a private residence,
or ler building let', or ler a florist.
Any person wishing te view the property
previous te the day et sale can doseby. calling
en the undersigned residing en the same, either
by letter or personally. ,,,.. . .,
Sale te commence at 2 o'clock P. 31. et said
day, w hen attendance willbe given and condi
tions of sale will be made known by
S. Hess & Sejr, Auct. aus21-ltd&GtdS&7tw