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LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER M01S$AI, SEPTEMBER 20, 1880.
doubt, Las muck te answer for in connec
tion with the constantly augmenting
quantity of tender, flimsy tobacco placed
en the market. It would be well for far
mers, as a rule, it is claimed, te leave
moistening te manufacturers and practi
cal sweaters, who have all the facilities
and knowledge for the proper performance
of the work. Hands that arc partially or
even wholly dry, may, if te any reasonable
extent gummy, be put in the piles with
ether hands in condition when asserted,
with the assurance that they will come
out all right. If they are both dry and
deficient in substance, they are of little use
anyway, and will be of less use when wet
down by unskillful operatives in the baste
iucident te asserting."
OCB KEGDI.AU CORRESPONDENCE.
Teachers Institute End or the ..and air
The Successful Contestants News
The first of this year's meetings of the
teachers' institute was held en Saturday
morning in the high school room of the
public school building, at Fifth and Locust
streets. On the " Responsibility of Teach
er," Mr. Heffman said, some teachers aie
able te influence their pupils for life, there
fore it is emincutly necessary that such
influence should be for the geed. The rc rc
snensibility of teachers for the mental,
moral and physical developmentef pupils,
was dwelt upon at some length. 3liss
Pfoutz thought each teacher should use
all the influence he or she can, as it is iiu iiu
le.s6iblc te aim tee high in our moral in
fluence. Mr. Ames thought it impossible
te associate with any one without influ
encing him or her for life, hence we should
be careful what that influence shall be.
Miss Dean then followed with a drill in
reading with a class showing the necessity
of sticking te one thing until it is really
known. Miss Newlen next had a class
drill in number which was both interesting
and instructive. After recess Miss Dinan
had a recitation la reading in the Third
Header. She commenced by having a
number of the words from Ihe lessen writ
ten en the "blackboard" which she re
quired the clasi te pronounce, after which
the class lead a selection from the Third
Header, the attention of pupils being call
ed particularly te the emphasis and the
meaning of the weids.
Miss Pfoutz then took charge of f he class,
calling attention particularly te accent.
Miss Preston then took the question "Hew
shall we teach melality in the .school:"'
She thought that teachers generally
thought less of the methods of teaching
morality than of anything else, when this
is most important. The principal way te
teach morality is by example ; te teach
pupils honesty we must be perfectly hon
est enrsclves in all our dealings with them,
especially in all the little tilings of daily
life; the teacher should see what is geed
and conscientiously fellow it ; we should
make our .school work the fust object;
gain the love and respect of the pupils ;
study each pupil's character in order te
gain this influence ever them and thus
show where the weak points are and hew
te work against them. "What can we
de tliis term te add interest and freshness
te the werkV" was taken up by Miss
Pfoutz. She said the chief thing was that
the teachers should come te the institute
with the determination of doing all they
can te add te the interest of the work. In
order te get the new ideas of the day, the
institute should club lugethcr and .sub
scribe for the leading educational journals
of the day. On the subject of " Headers"
Miss Shunsan thought words in the read
ers were tee diflicult and that the pupils
should net take up a reading lessen in which
the words were tee diflicult for them te
understand. Institute adjourned.
The following articles voted for at the
Citizens' band fair were awarded en Satur
day evening te the successful contestants,
whose names, with the names of the de
feated as well as the amounts subscribed,
are given below :
Frank Erisman $ 20.7.
Harry Leckard 18.-1
Harry Sanders 13.00
Ruth Barnes I:!!r
Set of Ji icelrg.
Maggie Wy man 1 Ji.
Mary Graham "&'
Eva Nelle 7."i.03
Mary Paxton IS.bJ
Frank Fuhncr " ' -'
Jehn Nan 2.(50
JleiV Men' Charm.
B. F. Maun 17.18
Jehn Snyder 1 -
Jeshua Seurbeer O'
S. B. CIcpper r,r'-:i
V V. IvMiise 41.15
William A. Morrison 22 .-15
Geerge Hogcnteglcr 32.7.
Suit of Clethes ami Gcerceat.
Geerge Zcrgcr a
William Hinklc .OO
David Helstmaii l!J-7-
Isaac Tayler :5-7-
Lady's Set lling.
Mary Prc.iteu 21.21
Maggie Hehcnadlc 12.00
Total . .
The following were chanced oft" : Ne. 1
carpet, te Jehn Fisher ; Ne. 2 carpet te
Susie Lawlcr; "The Bride" te Daniel
Heist man ; ice pitcher te Daniel Holsl Helsl
man ; lounge te Harry Finney ; marble
top table te Lizzie Himcs. The band
cleared between 300 and $000.
Miss Lillic S. Evans, a graduate of the
Columbia high school and daughter of
Samuel Evans, esq., left town for West
Chester this morning te enter the school of
Wm. Darlington, of that place, where she
hopes te continue the study of the lan
guages and music. Miss Jessie Stencr,
daughter of Jacob C. Stencr, who owns
and resides en the Stricklcr farm near this
place, also started for the same school.
Quite a number of young ladies who have
received instruction from Prof. F. O. Stan
ley, late principal of the high school, have
entered classical schools elsewhere without
any difficulty, and many of them arc qual
ified te enter upon a course of studies in
any of our colleges, which is the highest
commendation of the thorough manner in
which they have been taught in our high
Mr. J.J. Black, of Philadelphia, is visit
ing friends in Columbia.
Daniel Stape, a locksmith, who has a
shop en North Second street, near Wal
nut, was shot through the left hand en
Saturday while engaged in taking the bar
w.1 nt i nistnl from its stock. AltllOtl-'ll
the bullet went ciear tnreugu tnc paim ei
his hand Mr. Stape is this morning at
work as usual with his injury well band
aged. He says the wound inconveniences
him somewhat, but he docs net think se
rious consequences will ensue,
The class of '81 of Lebanon Valley col
lege spent Saturday hi Columbia and at
tended the "senior banquet" given at the
residence of Messrs. Elias It. and Isaiah
W. Sneath, members of the class. The oc
casion was a pleasant one te all concerned.
The class 16 in number left here at
Ansel Purple was yesterday elected
secretary of the Presbyterian Sunday
school, vice B. B. Broemell, resigned.
Twe properties situated en Walnut
.street, between Sixth-ami Seventh, were
sold at public sale en Saturday evening.
Ne. 1, belonging te the estate of S. Cath
arine Graybill, deceased, was sold by C. E.
Graybilladministrater, and purchased by
I. E. Graybill for $2,030. Ne. 2 of the
Pfuzur estate, was .sold by Jehn Yeager,
executer, by order of the orphans' court,
and bought for $2,025 by Mrs. C. Pfuzur.
The Columbia " wreck crew," with the
wreck ear, was sent te the scene of the late
wreck, near Mountville ycstciday after
noon te clear up the debris and bring" the
broken cars, lying at the feet of the em
bankment, te Columbia." The weil: was
done in geed time.
A ciiclc around the sun at 11 a. m. yes
terday, attracted a great deal of attention.
The circle bad all the colors of the rainbow
and is put down in the list of phenomena.
Who can and will explain it? We pre
sume it was seen elsewhere.
Paul McMann, baggage-master at the
Pennsylvania railroad "depot, who has been
confined te his home for the past couple of
weeks with fever and ague, is again en
The Frederick accommodation train
west was detained en Saturday and came
te Columbia aheul twenty-live minutes
TIie Columbia S.nall liny.
We guess the "small boy" of Colum
bia is ahead. At the .sheeting match
which came off a few days age at the east
ern edge of the borough, one of the gun
ners missed a pigeon, when one of our fast
boys threw a stone at it and sliuckiten
the head and killed it. It was about 25
lict from the ground, and liflecu yards
The same boy threw a stone at another
pigeon which steed upon the "trap" te
fiightcn it, but the stone stiuck it en the
head and kilh-d it. This is remarkable
threwiu:', and if there is a boy in tan
caster who thinks he can beat this,
all he has gj! te de is te send a chal
lenge, naming the lime and place, aisd net
mine than ten tad-!.
Green Hertes e:i the Tin I,
nn li.iiuwlnv fifr:iiinii i he races, vt hicli
have been advertised for some time, came
oil' at the pail:. The crowd present was
of ;oed i'izeand the music was furnished
by'lhe llden cornet band. Daniel Dener
and Jacob .MaUiiew, ei i.asi i-amiwier,
ami Wallace Ilauek. of Lands:-. Valley,
were che.-cn judges.
The fust race v.as open te all and was
for a premium of $10. the horse mak
ing the nrarcsL te four minutes te
k.m.Ii'1. flu. ulinV in tec. The owners
of the horses, and their time were as fel
lows : Henry llailman.-l:; .loimsteKCS.
:j-.:57; A. .1. IJeruhart, 3:31 ; W. It Har
man. 3:3''; G. Elder, 3:38; A. Landis,
1:05:;-Eaby. 3:10; D. Wish, 4:07. The
money was given te .Mr Land::-.
In the race for all untiaiued homes, the
premium of $21 v as distributed -as fellows :
$12 te first her i"3te scc.md horse and
$3 te third. Ms rr.. llr-ekcr, Bewers and
Barhait had their horse.-; entered, and the
Cenner wen, faking two heats; time. 2:38,
3:05. The horse of .'if:-. Bewers took second
In the opci.-'.e-all race I'm- tlnve-j ear-old
colts, the animal belonging te A. Iliish
wen in 4:32. The premium wa.; $10.
E. McGeniglc. F. Bitzer and B. McC.on McC.en
iglc entered their Inures in the third race,
which was for a premium, of $25, distrib
uted as fellows : $12 te first horse, $8 te
second and $15 te third. Tne horse of E.
McGnntela wen, with that of B. MeGenigle
second.' Time 3:0V. and 3:10.
Ed Ivauffiuan had two mules entered in
the mule race. Oar v. as a black and the
ether a bay. Daiing th.s lace the animals
threw then- rider.; but did net injure them.
The black wen the race.
Beth Hav.lins, Abraham Xelcr. a ml. I no.
Trewilz were entered in the 200 ard lim
ning race, which was wen by Nelen.
There were eight entiics in the bag lact
am! William Schaum, a boy. v. en it
vj .'. iiss:s i-iu:;ci:.
lit.) Kti-i cidng Yesterday Insi'iwln' Ser-
St. James church was reopened for Di
vine wer.-hip yesterday mein'mg, after
having been closed s-v.cj c.uly summer for
the purpose of enlarging and improving it.
A description of the improvea-cnts was
printed hi the I.vn:i.!.:c.;::n-.i: of Saturday
The congregation en the occasion of the
reopening' yes-teiday was ery large, every
scat, in tlni church being occupied. The
services commenced with a processional
hymn, sung as they moved up the central
aisle by the surpliced choir of the boys and
young men, under the direction of Prof.
Carl Mat., organist and choir master.
Then followed the regular morning and
..nlc-communien services, the lessens and
p-siller being taken from the services for
the dedication of the church. The rector,
Rev. C. F. Knight, preached an able and
eloquent sermon appropriate te the occa
sion, after which the communion was cele
bated, the rector being assisted in the ser
vice by Rev. J. G. Mulhelland, master of
the Yeatcs iintiluie.
The music rendered during theseivice
was very fine, especially the Jahilate and
At (5 o'clock last l veiling tl.e:c was a
choral se: vice largely attended.
Large Democratic IKccSi.igs.
On Satui day evening the Democrats of
Paradise township raised a beautiful pole,
139 feet in length, at the hotel of James
Evans, at Londen Giove. The pole was
gotten ready by Belden Miller and was
successfully laned, in the presence of a
large crowd, and under the management
of 'Geerge Dillcr. After the pole was
raised this meeting was called te order by
Daniel Rice, a enc-Ieugcd soldier and
staunch Hancock man. The following
eilicers were chosen :
President J. P Mcllvaiiic.
Vice Presidents Jehn l'lienegar. Daniel
Bice, Jeseph Boek, Henry S. Butler.
Secretary 1. D. Worst.
Eloquent s-.pceches were then made by
W. II. Reland and Jehn A. Ceylc, csqs.,
of this city and James M. Walker of Cole Cele
rain. Cheer after cheer greeted ihe speak
ers and a great deal of enthusiasm was
manifested, showing that old Paradise is
alive and at work.
This morning the September argument
court began, with both judg.-s en the
On the list for argument there are 20
cases in common picas ci.uit, 1 lineiphaiis'
com t and 12 in quaiter sessions.
In the ease of Dr. A. Rebath vs. P. S.
Brugh, garnishees of .1. T. and W. A.
Payne, certiorari by defendant, the pro
ceedings of the justice were ceufirmsd.
Philip Frank vs. Abraham Speidlc. Rule
te show cause why attachment should net
be dissolved. Rule discharged.
A large number of persons wcie natural
This morning the mayor had a number of
persons before him. Four drunks were
sent te jail for 5 days each, ene for 15
days, and one was discharged en payment
of cost One vagrant get 30 days in the
work boue and one was dischargad.
A I'.ig Kcd Apple.
Messrs. James anil Barclay Simpsen have
laid upon eurtab'.c a large red apple, of line
form and flavor, measuring 14 inches in its
I greater and 13 inches in its smaller circumference.
NOTIpE LADIES! .
We are new receiving daily all the Latest Styles and Novelties in
FALL AND WINTER MILLINERY.
3IILLINERY GOODS AND DRESS TRIMMINGS of the Finest Qualities in our City,
SILKS, SATINS, FRINGES, SILK VELVETS IN ALL SHADES,
Lisle Thread and Eid Gloves, Laces, Neck Tics, iu all the Latest Novelties.
LADIES 1 If you want a first-class stylish HAT or BONNET go te HAUGHTON'S for they keep nothing but
first-class Goods, first-class Milliners, and buy their Goods at first class Houses, Importers and
Manufacturers ; therefore we receive all the latest styles daily. We keep the
Largest, the Greatest Variety, the Finest and the
Lewest Prices in our city at
Mi. J. HAUGHTON'S,
NO. 25 NORTH QUEEN ST.
Attempt te lllew up a Safe.
Yesterday morning, between 3 and 4
o'clock, an attempt was made te blew up i
the safe in Ranch's mill, a short distance ,
east of this city. The burglar had entered ,
the mill through one of the windows, and
drilled a hole in the safe with some of the
tools found in the mill. This accomplish- '
ed, the thief appears te have put a heavy '
charge of powder and laid a slew match
with which te ignite it. A messenger who
had been sent te Lancaster during the
night for a doctor was close ve the
mill at the hour above named, and J
saw the burglar creep out of the wiudew ,
and run down through the meadow and
hide himself. Before the messenger ,
had time te find out what was the i
matter there was a tremendous ex- j
plosien. The messenger hastened te
the house, aweke Mr. Ranck's miller,
and the two went in search of the burglar.
They found him, but be ran off brandish
ing a revolver as they approached, threat- ,
cuing te sheet if they followed. Jnst as
he reached the tobacco shed, the miller, j
who was also armed with a revolver, fired
at him, and with a yell he fell or
jumped through an opening in the tobacco
shed. His pursuers wcre afraid te
fellow him into the shed, knowing wheth-!
cr they had killed him and fearing that he
would sheet them if they attempted te
cuter. When daylight and reinforcements
arrived, it was ascertained that the thief
had escaped through an opening en the op
posite side of the shed. '
The safe was net blown open ; en the
oeni rary the explosion had the effect of
locking' it se tightly that the owner can
not open it I
"Leng IJranch." i
On Saturday night Alice Oates ami coin
pany appeared te a geed-sized audience in
the play of "Leng Branch" which is a
light comedy. It serves te introduce
Miss Oates, who is a clever and popular ac
tress! and singer, and her line company,
which includes Alf. McDowell, W. II.
Fitzgerald and Mclntyre ami Heath, whose
acting was heartily enjoyed.
Themas Themas, Samuel Price and
Wm MeCarty, three boys, were arrested by
Officer Wcitzcl and com mi ted by Alder
man MeConemy for leafing around Bitncr's
warehouse, marking freight cars.and ether
Taken With a Fit.
A woman was taken with a fit, while
walking along North Queen street last
evening. She, 'was carried into Strauss's
shoe store, where she seen recovered.
T.'ie Slander Mult.
It was nel ' Miss'' Lama Diffendcrfer,
hut Mrs. Laura Diflendcrfer, who has
lireiight a slander suit against Wm. Hen
ry of Gordonville. The defendant has
furnished hail in the sum of $1,000.
licuhcu Snyder, aged 15 years, of Seuth
Prince street, had two fingers hadly mash
ed by having them caught between two
stones while at work in Youart's quarry.
Ail ICurucst Wish.
Rev. E. !'. V. Cans, Calcua, Ills., writes:
" Ferever ten years I hail been a great sufferer
Iren) pains in the small et the back and region
el the Kidneys, which was most excruciating
and at times almost insufferable Doctoring
brought no relief, exeept perhaps momenta
rily, and 1 was linally advised, being unable te
iulfill the duties of iny calling, te go abroad
and cek the climate et my youth. In Ger
many and Switzerland, eminent physicians,
allercleM! examination, declared iny suffer
ings te arise trem disease of the Kidneys, el
leng-tanding, and could de me no geed. 1 was
however, benefitted by the climate and conse
quently returned. Ne sooner had I been back
and resumed my pastoral work, when the old
trouble grew again Mi intense as te make liTc
a burden. A few months age I came in poj-sc-sien
of one of Day's Kidney Fads, put it
en, and the effects were truly wonderful. The
pains at once grew less and are new. after
wearing the second Fad, entirely gene, and
there can be no doubt that I am entirely cured,
as I write this some weeks after its use, and am
strong ami leek again the very picture or
health. 1 write this perfectly voluntarily, and
ami it l dictated only by truth and gratitude.
Indeed 1 consider the Day Kuisey Pad Ce.,
Ced's agents and great benctacters of man
kind. May all the suffering be helped as 1 have
been, is my earnest wish." s20-lwM W&F
Hew can 1 invest $i or mere and be sure it
is purtcclly safe; and at the same time prove
ameney-makinsand profitable speculation?
Answkr. Ce te the great and attractive
1 lirce-days' auction wile of one hundred and
twenty valuable and beautilully-lecated build
ing lets, which fronton East King and East
Orange streets, two of the main streets in
Lancaster city. Fa., en Clark's eastern addi
tion te Lancaster, in the beautiful east end,
as hundreds or ethers intend doing, which Is
te be held October the Gth,7lh and Sth, 18S0, at
."o'clock p. in., each day. at Clark's Villa, en
tlie lets cast el the reservoir, and purchase one
or mere of these superb and valuable lets. By
such a. judicious course you will have in it a
lovely spot ler a home, perfectly sare Invest
ment" and one that will prove a geed and
very profitable speculation, ns sure as that
Ihe sun rises and sets.
Fer $25 cash one et these valuable lets can be
obtained and a live-year credit given for the
payment or the balance et the purchase
money ; thus extending te every gentleman
and lady an unprecedented opportunity te in
vest profitably; sure te rcillza u handsein
speculation niid at the same time procure one
of the most lovely spots en earth for a
The el.l saying that "anew broom sweeps
clean" receives fresh proof every day In the
rapid deterioration or many articles that have
obtained a geed reputation belere the public.
I nnolincef business lias thlsdetcrioratieiibeen
mere marked than in many once popular bit
ters whose proprietors l.ave allowed their
preparation te become worthless because of
their many hundred orders and inordinate
love of gain, than in anything else. In conse
quence thereof anilatthorcancstet many per
sons who have ordered Chill Chilli Bitters, the
proprietor will at 7' J p. in.,Monday, September
i,lSS0,athis elllcc, 218 North Queen Street,
sell nt public sale one case and one bottle or
Chill Chilli Bitters, pat up in fancy walnut
cases, the condition or the sale being mat tne
highest bidder shall be the buyer; the buyer
te keep the bottles unopened until three years
have expired, then te open the ueuies in pres
ence of competent judges and cempare them
with any bottles made by him since the sale
and it the bitters are net as geed and pure as
the first made the proprietor has obligated
himself under bends te pay JS.000 te each pur
chaser of bottle and case scplO-Hd
in East or West, or Serth or Seuth,
They te themselves an outrage de,
Who cannot beast a lresh sweet mouth,
With teeth like pearls begummed with dew
When SOZODOXT all this supplies,
And works the charm before our eyes.
Among the many advantages gained by our change of business
location, an important one is the enlarged rooms and improved fa
cilities of our REPAIR DEPARTMENT. "With our present corps
of skilled rnechanics und complete equipment of machinery and
tools we are are prepared te execute and warrant all work en
trusted te us.
MUSICAL BOX RETAINING,
MONOGRAM INSCRIPTION AND
ORNAMENTAL ENGRAVING. &c.
A great variety of new work in original designs will be produced
iu our own manufactory. Any orders for specialties -will be filled
at short netice 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 ami alter: SATl KDAY. AIXJITST 2S, the entire stock or HOOTS AND SHOES Ot tlie
V AUI.OU MIOK STOi: K, Ne. y..'. T.AsT K1NU STREET, will be offered at u great SACRIFICE,
te CLOSE OUT 1IUSIX ESS. Uisii injr te ciigtuic in ether business, I take tills opportunity te
eiler tin: entire stock, ennsistiiifj et
10,000 Pairs of Beets and Shoes of the best Styles and Makes,
nt least i" per cent. Ic-iH than tliev can le bought elsewhere. Having inmie a specialty in goon
Hoetls for the last two years aspienilul opportunity is new enercil te buy superior HOOTS anil
SHOES at lower prices than TRASH can be bought elsewhere.
tVishing te purchase their ROOTS AX1 SHOES for FiUl anil Winter, new is your chance te buy
-iii.-ai . m, .i.i-tr.i.. !.-.. iii'iwill .in well ir.e:ill while our stock is vet eeuinletc. We also
liavea line of very line jroeils which we will sell Irem $1 te $2 a pair less than before. The EN
1'IRE STOCK must be SOLD out :m SOON as POSSIBLE. We ulse offer a part of the fixtures et
tile store, consisting ofrevelving fixture in window, Lounges, part of shelving. Writing llesk,
one Fireproof Ceinhiiuit ion Sale, as geed as new. mid line Shew Case and Stand, nt
PARLOR SHOE STORE,
Ne. IU 1-2 East King St., opposite Lancaster Ce. Hank.
C. A. Reeee.
THE LARGEST AND FINEST STOCK OP
BUGGIES, CARRIAGES, &C,
la the oil j', is te be seen at the Works of
NORBEOK & MILEY,
PRACTICAL CARRIAGE BUILDERS,
COR. DUKE AND VINE STS., LANCASTER, PA.
43-COX & CO.'S OLD STAND.'
The Stock includes all the
LATEST STYLES SPRINGS,
uchasthe Brewster, Whitney, Salidee Triple, Empire Cress Spring, Dexter Queen, Duplex
ud Elliptic, ami they will also make te order any style a purchaser may desire. Impairing
fall kinds promptly attended te. All work guaranteed for one year.
"OUR WORK SUSTAINS OUR WORD."
Cerns, Bunions, &c, permanently iciuevcd
by Dr. J. Byback, the popular chiropodist of
Washington, D. C, r.-he is at the Cily Hetel.
Every bunion positively cured :;-.'d feet put iu
perlict order ter sfl.CO. ltd
Astrich Brethers, i:: Eat King street, made
their grand tall opening te-day. Their store
was wonderfully attractive, for besides the
immense stock e'r millinery, trimmings, hos
iery and rancy goods of sill kinds tasti-tully
displayed, the room was filled with immense
bouquets of the me-t Intgniut cut flowers, the
pillars and chandeliers were ceveicd with
climbing and trailing vines, and beautiful air
baskets were suspended in different parts of
the room. Athreng of visitors were constantly
en hand, and were unanimously et'tiu; opinion
that the display or ce-tly millinery was the
finest ever opened in I.adcatcr.
Disease prevented and medicinal bills less
ened by a timely use et Malt Bitters.
ItCAM-BEXNEi: September ID, 1S. at the Ke
formed parsonage. New Helland, by Uev. 1).
W. Gerhard, Feter W. Beam te Miss Lizzie I,.
Benner, both el Chiirchtewn, Lancaster
Kheuhs. In Lancaster, la.. en the lSlh inst,
Washington H.Khniles, aged.l'.t years ''.months
The relatives ami rrlendset the family are
respectfully invited teatlend the funeral from
his late residence. Ne. sT7 West Orange street,
en Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Interment
at Lancaster cemetery. ltd
Ssiun. September 17, 1, in H.irrlsburg,
Vrs. Elizabeth Smith, wile efSamiiei Smith,
.igcd 6-1 years and K mouths.
Theiclatives and friends of the family are
respectfully Invited teattcndtlie tiineralfrem
the Pennsylvania depot, this city, at 1 o'clock
en Tuesday afternoon. Interment at Myers's
The name or WILLIAM McCOMSEV, or the
First ward, will be presented te the Demo
cratic electors of 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 Lancasler City. Sub
ject te Democratic rules. td
Jlghtli Ward Club Attention!
There will be a stated meeting of the Eighth
ward club te-morrow (Tuesday) evening at
7 o'clock at the headquarters, Dielil's saloon
A full attendance is solicited, as business or
importance will be transacted.
The Seventh ward Hancock and English
club will meet at headquarters, Kuhlman's
saloon, en Wednesday evening at 7 e'clcck.
The roll will be open ler the signature or new
There will be a meeting en Tuesday evening
September 21, or the Hancock and English
club et the Fourth ward, at Bethweiler's hall
at8 o'clock. Every Democrat in the ward de
sirous or joining is respectfully invited te at
Busincss of importance.
THE MONIULV MEETING OF THE
Ladies' Tract Society will be held en
....TnTk.v itpvivi: et Z nVleek- in the
Ivestrv room or St. Paul's Reformed Church,
vesiryioeuiui AjmE M. GUNDAKER,
)IS110FTH01U"E-A HOARDING SCHOOL.
X terCirls-, Bethlehem, Fa. Scheel year be
gins September 15, 18S0. Number of Scholars
limited. Fer circulars address MISS FANNY
I.. WALSH, 1'rlncipal. Kefcrs te Hen. S. II.
Reynolds, Hen. II. Ji. North, Charles F. Hager,
Cee. M. Kline, esq., and Cee, Caldcr, jr.
Ne. 1(C North Queen street fat the Cheapest
and Best BOOTS AND SHOES.
105 Signer the Big Shee. 105
Adopted by the UNITED STATES SIGNAL
Measuring Rain-Pall Accurately te
the 1-100 of an Inch.
Fer sale by
10C EAST KING STREET,
I.AUIKS AND GKNTS tfrL
It you want a
GOOD FITTING BOOT OR SHOE,
Kea'.y.made or made te order, call at
Ne. 105 North Queen Street.
Custom Werk a Specialty. c2fiS&Wtfd
1 AS FITTING AND PLUMBING.
JOHN P. SOHAUM,
Ne. 27 SOUTH QUEEN STREET,
PLUMBER, GAS AND STEAM FITTER.
A Large Assortment et
GAS FIXTURES -
Constantly en liand.
Monday Evening, September 20,
will be sold at
Ne. 150 North QHecii St., Lancaster, Pa
in. n. YTA....l.nl.l en. I Ulti.hnn It'iirnf.
ture, consisting or Walnut Chamlier Suits.
Walnut Extension Tables, Office Desks, Hair
Mattresses, Sewing Machines, Lounges, one
elegant Parler Mirror, one hair-cloth Parler
Suit, one Uat Rack, Steves and Ranges, four
elegant Shew Cases, one Piane, Card Tables,
and a variety et goods net mentioned. These
goods come from families in the county and
arc all in geed condition. Goods received up
te 10 o'clock en day of sale. Sale te commence
... 7 Anlnlr ahnrn HK8S & ITUNN.
Samcel Hsss ft Ses, Aucts. sepUWtdll
MONDAY EVENING, SEPT. 2e, 1880
Washington, D. C, Sept. 20. Fer the
Middle Atlantic states, southwest te
northwest winds," followed by rising baro
meter, partly cloudy weather, anil local
rains anil by Tuesday morning lower tem
perature. Shocking Demestic Tragedy.
Philadelphia, Sept. 29. At an early
hour this morning, James Miller, who re
sided at 246 Race street, and who has been
sick from typhoid fever, died.- His wife?
frantic with grief, proceeded te the upper
fleer of her heuse and hanged herself.
One of her children found her hanging and
attracted the attention of a neighbor. The
woman was cut down and has since been
restored te consciousness.
WIRE AND CAULK.
Afternoon Tclegrutilc ISrevitlcs.
Floods have caused considerable damage
The treasury issued S?0,000 standard
silver dollars last week.
A new French ministry is announced
with 31. Jules Ferry at its hca.las premier
ad interim and minister of foreign affairs.
The anthracite coal trade for August
shows a decrease from the corresponding
month last year.
Crep prospects iu India arc improving.
Ut. Hen. Henry Fawcett. postmaster of
England will probably pay a short visit
te New Yerk this autumn, for the purpose
of studying tlie American telegraphic; sys
tem. Cut His Threat.
llAi:i:i.suri:ii, P.i., Sept. 20. A. K.
Buey, of Hollidaysburg, a relative of I lev.
C. V. Buey, of this city, attempted
suicide heic lastniglit by cutting his threat
with a dull razor,
1 fe is in a precarious
Typhoid Net Epidemic at Kvansvillc, Iud.
Wamiinc.tex, Sept 20. A despatch
from Evansville, I:nl., reports that the
beard of health of that city has declared
epidemic of typhu-malarial and typhoid
fevers, which has been prevalent there, has
Piiiladeu-iiia, September 3). Cattle market
active: sales :!.ixni head. Prime ."yftfiKc;
geed .r':."?e; medium lJC(7.-lse ; common 5't
siieep market slew : sales 1-,'iM head.
Prime l&if? .";-c : goel4rl'e; medium 4f$
.i ; common ;!,JifSic; culls . ; Iambi y.
(ijjc ; steek ewes $2 7.":J .V.
Hogs Maikcl slew: sales of r-,r..n head;
extra, fgsvx-; 1-ilr 'V.n--
Sew Yerk "larket.
Nkw Your. Sept. 20. Fleur Stale an. i West
ern quiet; moderate expeit and home trade
demand: Superllne. 'J.'irfl 10; extra de l;;sr(p
415; chok-e,de,$l ae4 K: fancy de. fl 70
fJ5 (;i: reuuil hoop nhie fl l.'ngl 1M: choice
de $1 fi."j3 75; superfine western :: Stg) 1 10;
common te geed extra de $:t 'e(ri I -" : choice
de de$l S.1QH i"; choice white wheat de $1 15
(Jii CO; Southern quiet, unchanged; common
te fair extra 4 lU5j". i",; geed te choice de
Wheat Cash and Ne.l White wheat 1c lower
and ether kinds l(t?i)&- lower and fairly active:
Ne, 1 While, cash. 41 07 : de Oct. $1 0X ; Ne. -1
Bed,easn.$IOif,!410.-.J;,: de Sept..$t IM'.Jj;: de
Oct., I07; de Nev..$lly4'llS7i.
Cern heavy; J4?c lower : Mixed western
spot, .rnt.re3: de luture, SUKft'tir-
Oats a shade" lower ; Ne. 2, October, SSJie ;
State, 47i50c; Western 4(k350c.
Pnu.MKLrHiA, Sept. 20. Fleer iiiet but
choice grades stcadv : superfine at $2 M
:i 00; extra $:'. 00;j;t 75: Ohie and Indiana
lamily at. $5 005 M; Penn'a laniilv de-5 (O
f5 25 ;St. Leuis lamily nt550KGO; Minnesota
family $3 25g."S7; patent and high grade- ffi.vi
Rye flour at S3 00.
Wheat easier; Ne. 2 Western Red $1 ftV,Q
1 05 ;Pa. Reil $1 05',irai !M; Amberfl (C1 07.
Cern firm : steamer ItZuXUs : yellow .r.l55e;
Oataliriuer; Ne.l. White 4:k; Ne.2. de 41".
12c; Ne. :;, de 4Ul0Jc; Ne. 2 Mixei' ::e.
Rye scaiee ; sales at Hec.
Previsions market iasier; nus. perk
$1(1 001 5(1; beef liatiis SIS OOiJl'.l (Hi;
Indian m.-ss heel at sn:: smoked ham at
12$i:;c; pickled ham- at '.,'.JUI0.e; baton
smoked shoulders iy4J7e ; alt de if,U:
Lard qnict ; city kettle at 8c ; loe.
butchers' 8c ; prime steam $S 25.
Butter market steady with light unpp'y :
Creamery extra ::iff:S2e; Creamery goe.l :;
choice asT.-Bic ; Hcadterd county ami New Yerk
extra. 27gS:tUc; Western reserve extra 2l'22e :
de geed te choice 17'l,!e; KelN scarce and
wanted; Penn'aexli-:i2l5--t; Western reserve
Eggs scareeand firm ; !' inisylv .iiia.it S!e;
Cheese strong w ilh fair trade : New Yerk roll
cream i::jJ3lle; Western lull eream ISc :
de fair te geed lli?7.1IJe; de half skims
lltf?II3e. " , ,
Petroleum sellers out t market; refined
Whisky at 1 II.
Seeds Ooed In priims.Clevcr dull at $'
JS 30: Timethy firm at ii 75Q-2 SO: Flaxseed
li nil at $1 2.S.
Nkw Yekk Sn ks.
A. Jt. A. M. I M. V. M.
Hi:) 11:10 2:00 S:(KI
ErieR. I: --'A-' ' :"x4
Michigan S. & L.S....HW les- Wt W
Michigan Cent. If. i: !!l' tr 'J5 Wi
Chicago & N. W ; W.f Vtt;$, 10 H
Chicago, JI Si St. P... !)1 '.12 i.'iy !-.:,'
Han. St.. I. Cem :'i.vi "' VVi "'A
" " P'ld.... WVi SI sl'4 M?H
Teledo & Wabash.... :uv :.7'i ::7--; ::7,'
Ohie Missis-ipjii. .. :!3J-H "Ci :ii arrt
St. Leuis, I. M. & S. R.. 54 5I'H ftlh .1IJ.
Onfcirie and Western. 21;. ZV-Z. 21 'iSJi,
c. c. & I. c. R. i: i: ja w W-
New Jersey Cent nil.. 7 T'v'h '''14 ,;li
Del. & Hudsen Canal
Del.. Lack. Ac Western Wh 1 ' '
Western Union Tel.. . 101 'j in.! UCy. linj
Pacific Mail S. S. Ce.. i.f; lei,' 4( My.
Manhattan Klevate.l. :tl ::l ::i :4
Union Pacific '.i: M :ri !ll
Kansas & Texas ::i :il " "
New Y'erk Central I'M r
Adams Express H'v'i
Illinois Central 114
Cleveland Pitts 131
Chicago & Ruck 1 117 ....
Pittsburgh & Ft. W UK'i ....
Pennsylvania R,i:....r.!) WV. K'K -r'
PhU'a.& Reading..... 13J.J W. Wu Wi
Lehigh Valley .WW -
Lehigh Nhvigatinn.. :!! 35 ::iJi .M?
Northern Pasilic Coin :s WA "i;UW-)
P'd . 5iy, ",y. x g.r,tii
Pitts., Titus v'e& II.... r,y, IBJ.j l's
Northern Central '& ."7 "W
Phil'n & Erie R. R 15
Northern Penn'a rM Vs. ,s
un. r. it's of n. .i it:: my.my.
Hestenville Pass l -
Centra Trans. Ce 47
WANTKD.-.EVERTBODY TO ADVKK
tlrc, rice el charge, in the Ihtellieeh
cbr. who wants something te de.
ANTED. A ""FURNISHED FKONT
room suitable for two, between Walnut
and King street. Address, "L." I-na.LiKxrsit
Ayeum; man wishes a situation
in the city or eeuntry as Coachman or
Creem. Speaks English or (iermau ; thorough
ly competent, willing and obliging; can
milk; geed recommendations. Address
.1. Y"., ISTELLlOtSCEIt OlliCC.
OfficeofthbMaiiesyMutoal Like Asse-J
CIATION-OfSULlXSOKOVE, 1A. S
irANTED-COD, ACTIVE. KESFONSI-
ble Agents in each township of the
county of Lancaster. Apply in hand writing
or Applicant te 11.0 IIe...Offlce.MEijj
Selinsgrove, Snyder county. Pa.. September
JN A meeting of the stocklieldcrd of the
Woodward Hill Cemetery will be held at
Roberts's Hall en MONDAY, SEPTEMUER
"7 at 3-o'clock p. m te take action en the ap
plication about being made te our courts ter
Increased privilege te our charter sis , inay be
deemed best. J. R- MAR l IN.
PRIVATE SALE. l
A valuable let of ground situated en the
Mist side oCXerUiDukestrect, between Lemen
and James streets, fronting en Duke street W
feet and In depth 215 feet, te a 1.1 r.-et wide
alley. Apply te HENRY SHUBKRT.
Real Estate Agent, Ne. Court Ave.
-fir ANTED AT THIS OFFICE COPIES'
M et the Daily Ijctellhukckk of the fol
JANUARY 20, 18S),
JANUARY 21, 1S'
AUGUST 26. 1880.
AU-e Weekly copies or the following dates:
JAN. 1. 1SS0,
JULY 33, 1880. tfd
In rich Silver.
In Elegant riated Ware.
In Fine Diamonds.
In Foreign Fancy Goods.
In Decorated Porcelains.
In Great Variety,
Te Suit Every Taste,
At Very Lew Prices.
BMLEY,BA1S ft BIDBLE,
j ew i:li:rs silv ei:.-im iiils, importers,
12TH AND CHESTNUT STS.,
A St VSE31ENTS.
Mi:, jeiin d. Misiii.F.i; has the
honor of presenting
TUB3DAY, SEPT. 21st, 18SO,
Henrv C. .larrett's Operatic Spectacle,
Or, T1IK E.ITTI.K ULASS SLIPPER,
which will be produced at the Opera Henso
with Magnilieeii' Scenery, Crand European
Ikillct, tiorgeeus Stage Costumes,
Large Orchestra and Magnificent Chorus,
under the distinguished master, Mr. -Max
Maretzek. Notwithstanding the large expense
attending this great entertainment, NO AD
VACE IN PRICES,
US, SO and 75 Cents.
Diagram at Ycckcr's Office. seplti-5td
eeR sali: en rest.
C11TY- l'KOl'KKTV AT 1'IIKLIO SAI.K
j On TUESDAY, SEPTEM1IER2I, lSSO.wIH
be sold at the Cooper Heuse. In. the city of
Lancaster, tlie house and let lately owned and
occupied by tieneral .lames L. Reynold, dee'd.
Tin: let is ituutcd en the cast side of North
Prince street, in this city, between Orange
and Chestnut streets, at the corner el a public
alley, containing iu Irent en Prince street
aforesaid, thirty-three feet, ami extending
eastward of I hat, width one hundred ami
twenty-one leet, mere or le-s, en which is
crcetfd a eomfertable two-story ISRICK
HOUSE, with two-story ItrickRack Ruilding.
It contains eight rooms, evelusi ve of Ihe attic,
together with vide halls en euehlloer, anil has
a hydrant in the kitchen as well as in the
yard. There are en the premises Crape Vines,
Peach and PcarTrei-s, all eheiee Iruil.
Sale te commence at 7 o'clock p. m. efsaid
day, when its conditions will be made known
by the undersigned, who will then be In at
tendance. A. SLA YMAKER,
Executer et tins will of .lames L. Reynolds,
S. Hew .v. Ses. Aiicls. Hcpi-tsd
Iiuni.ii; kali: of valuaiile htv
PROPERTY. On SATURDAY. MEPTEM
ISER . lJ-."". the undersigned executer of the
will or Killiaii Reek, d.-eeased, will offer at
pnlilie sale at tin: Columbia Harden hotel.
Seuth (Jueeii stree, Lancaster city, Pu., the
following ilescrilieil leal estate of said de
ceased, te wil :
All that certain en 0-story and attic Frame
DWELLING HOUSE with Frame Kitchen at
tached. Frame Rani with Wagen Shed attach
ed. Heg Sly and ether outbuilding. Well or
water with pump therein, fruit trees' and ether
improvements, and I ACRES mid S'l PERCHES
of land, moreorlc.ss.thcrctobcloiiging.siluute
en the south side of Leve lane, in .-aid city of
Lancaster, adjoining Leve lane ami property
of Christian ISoes ami ethers.
Sale te commence at. 7 o'clock p in. en said
day. when attendance will Ins given and term
made known by
.lieliCu.NOAKEit, Aucl. a-ig'JJ-Th&Mtsd
I.TXKCUrOKS alk e- citv ruoi' ruei'
U ERTIES. The undersigned executers of
Michael Maleue. deceased, will cspo-e te sale
en Til URSDAY, the Ilth day et OCTOKER. at
7 o'clock p. m.. at the Cadwell Heuse, the fol
lowing Ri-al Estate, viz :
Ne. 1. A Let et C roil ud en the N. E. corner
et-ilraugeaud Shiieu streets, uitlialrontage
or XW't feet, mere or Icsh, en Orange -trcct, and
along Shippen street nerthwanl ill feet te a
public alley, en which is erected a commodi
ous and well built Mansion, Ne. ail, two-stories
high with two-story back building, ail in geed
icpair; also en rear or let a two-story brick
stable anil ether improvements.
Ne. '.'. A Piete el Ground en North Lime
street, xi est side, between Orange ad Chestnut
streets, containing in Irent en Linn: street :t7
feet, mere or less, and In depth westward CI
reel 4 inches, en which it erected u two-story
Rrlck dwelling. Ne. I2H, u Ith Its Improvements.
Ne. 3. A Piece of Ground en south side et
East Chestnut street, near Duke, containing
in front "J ; leet and extending in depth south
ward m feet, en hich is erected a lliree-stery
Rrick Dwelling. Ne. tl, with brick buililiiig at
tached, furnished with waterand sewerage.
Terms made known at time of sale.
WM. L. PEIPER,
Executers of Michael Malenc, dee'd.
Hksrv Siil-iieiit. Auct.
On SATURIAY,OCTORER2,18),In pur
suance of an order or the Orphans' Court of
Lancaster county, this undersigned will sell at
public sale at the Leepard Hetel, Eust King
street. Lancaster city, the following Real Es
tate, late of Jehn Arneld, dee'd, situated in
the 3d ward efsaid city, lietwecn Seuth Chris
tian and Seuth Duke sticcts, and between
East Miilliii ami East Vine streets, consisting
of three continuous purparts, viz:
Ne. I. A one-sterv STONE DWELLINU
HOUSE, about ; feet su nurc, with ground be
longing thereto, fronting en a 'Ji reet wide
alley, and being about 5 feet In width ami
about Si feet In depth ndleiiiing Nes.2 ami S,
and lands of Elias McMcllcn and ethers.
Ne.2. A two story RRICK ISUILDI.NG, new
used as a Coach Manur.ietery. about 20 by 2
leet, with ground belonging thereto, being
partly 15 leet. and partly 21 feet In width, unil
about SlKlcet In ilepth.adjoininaNes.l and
::and ground of Henry hwentzcl, Wayne Iicn-
' 'no"' A. twivsteryllRICK RUILDING, about
7i by 19 rect, and a Frame Ruilding, formerly
used as a ISrcwcry, WR" lI, Tub-, Kettles and
ether implements lisdl in H.ime, with the
greunii belonging thereto, being pirt'y :
tcct, and partly 2:"J reet In width and about
&' in depth, adieins Nes. 1 and 2. and ground
et Jacob Lampartcr, estate et Jacob King and
ethers. . . , . ,
Sale te commence at 7 e clock p. m. or said
day, when attendance will be given and terms
of stile made known by .....,
scpO-ltdM Executrix of Jehn Arneld.
ELI-.CTION NOTICE. ,
A general meeting of the stockholders et
the Lancaster Fire Insurance Company and
an election or eighteen directors , thereor.te
serve for the ensuing year will be belli at the
enicc or the company. .:,?2?e . V2l i?5
6trect, en MONDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1S. Re
tween the hours or 4 and 4 e i-Iec ff- !"-
ScplS-Ktdced Secretary und Treasurer,