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LANCASTER DAILY IllTEixiGENCER WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1680.
A Conference Meeting.
A conference meeting-of the microscopi micrescopi microscepi
cal society was held in the rooms of the
Lancaster scientific club last evening.
Seme eighty invitations were distributed.
Thete were seven microscopes en duty,
and of the persons exhibiting them each
tried te de his best in the way of interest
ing objects. Belew will be found a list of
the microscopes, exhibitors, objects ex
hibited, and magnifying power used :
J. 1. 3IcJaskey exhibited, en nis newt
".National" binocular wttu a masuuyiug
nrnvi-r of about sixtv diameters, wing of
Lunar moth, seri of ferns and pollen of
fire-weed (Eptfebium augusujeuum.)
K. W. McCaskcy showed human hair
and the feet of a louse with Dr. C. A.
Lecher's large microscope, "Grand Amer
ica!!," made by Zentrayer, of Philadelphia,
200 diameter. He alseexhibited by means
of a Heck "National,'' some shells and
sand from Bermuda, and the eels in vine
gar, 75 diameters.
W. P. King, with a fine microscope
owned by J. W. Sidle, of this city, showed
the seed of Eccrcmecarfrm, crystals of pan pan
eonine, and crystal of sulphate of soda ;
all time of which were examined by po pe
lai izeti liht, 50 diameters.
J. C. IJuirewes with a Beck "National,"
exhibited the hair of a caterpillar, a bed
bug, and a live specimen of Tingis hyalina.
J. M. Davidsen exhibited a newly cap
tured musquite and the stem of oleander
(Xerium Oleander) double stained. 73 di
ameter. C. JL Brinten showed, with Dr. Loch Lech
er's small French microscope, two slides
of diatoms fiem Helland, and the scales
fiem a butterflies' wings, magnified 15 di
ameters. The evening was a most enjoyable one
te any person who had the least taste for
the beautiful and the wonderful. Anrt the
society would de well te held their meet
ings eftencr and give meic extended priv
ileges of attendance.
A lINi: TKANSIMUKNCV.
Gen. W. S. Hancock en Horseback.
Charles Brimmer, pertraitand ornamen
tal painter, has just finished for the Fifth
ward club a large transparency te be
placed jin front of their headquarters at
Philip Wall's (Green Tree hotel), West
King stieet. above Charlette. The trans
parency is 7 by 1) feet in diameter, and en
it is painted a portrait of Gen. Hancock, in
full military uniform and mounted en his
favorite war-horse. The painting is well
executed and does much ciedit both te the
artist and the club for which it was paint
ed. In addition te the equestrian figure
of our gallant candidate, the transparency
contains in llamiug letteis the words,
" Headquarters Fifth Ward Democratic
Club." It will probably be erected at the
ward headquaitersthis evening.
This morning a countryman named A.
S. Bitzcr appaieutly a geed deal under the
influence of liquor, was arrested by Officer
Ceyle ferdiiviug up West King street at
full gallop, lie was taken before Alder
man McConemy and entcied bail for a
hearing en' iturday. Emanuel Miller was
in company with Bitzer when he caine te
town, but f.nditi; that he was driving
fuiieusly, lr. Miller jumi,tcil from the
wagon, en West King stieet near Prince,
net wishing te risk his safety with such a
Admitted te the liar.
In ceuit this afternoon en motion of M.
Brosius, esq., Mr. Themas Whitson, of
Fulton township, was ailmittetljte pratice
in the courts of Lancaster county. He
passed a very creditable-examination. Mr.
tVhitseu isat-onef "Old Temmy Whit
son." the famous debater and abolitionist.
The young man is a "chip of the old
block," a ready talker, a close student and
:i gentleman of masked intelligence, who
in his career will de credit te himself, his
preceptor and his profession.
A I.ng Journey.
Miss Lucy MeManus, aged 13 years,
daughter of .Jehn McMauus. left this
afternoon for Cat son "'ity, Nebraska, te
visit her sister, Mrs. Ferster. Through
the kindness of Mr. Hambrighr, ticket
agent. Miss McMauus was provided with
lirnt-elass tickets with first-class slcepers
through, besides a letter of introduction.
She is certainly very young te travel such
a distance alone.
Mr. M. L. Hammend, of East Earl
township, has just harvested four acres of
tobacco of very large growth and superior
quality many of the leaves measuring
fiem 41 te 4(1 inches in length. Mr. Ham Ham
eond received his seed from Hen. Wade
Hampton, U. S. senator fiem Seuth Car
olina. Finger Crushed.
E. SchacfferMcNcal, son of Henry B.
McNeal of this city, a freight brakeman en
the Pennsylvania iailread, had one of his
lingers ci ushed while coupling cars at a
station down the read, this morning. He
arrive! home at 10:10,
Last night Chailcs Knapp. greccrymau,
caught nine rats iu a trap. This morning
the animals were given te the Scotch ter
rier dogs belonging te Frederick Brimmer,
and t!icv weie killed in a short time.
Reuben Seurbcer, of Safe llaalmr, while
putting up a fish dam in the river yester
day, was swept away by the current and
st nick against a piece of timber breaking
This a'torneDn Jehn Grau was held in
bail by Alderman Barr, te answer at court
a charge of malicious mischief, preferred
by .lames Carberry.
iene te Indiana.
Jehn A. Hiestand and Hen. Simen Cam Cam
eeon left Lancaster te-day for Indiana, te
help put the state where it will de most
geed in the Hancock column.
In argument court in the case of Jacob
Shenk, deceased, exceptions te auditors re
port, the exceptions were dismissed by
consent of all parties concerned.
The sheriff has posted up advertise
ments for a number of properties which he
will sell tin October 9.
This morning in court a charter was
granted te incorporate St. Jeseph's hos
pital. IJU'OKTANT Til VOTK1W.
Matters Which Demand Their Attention.
The tax duplicates are iu the hands of
the collectors. Every voter should sec te
it for himself that his tax is duly paid.
October 2 is the last day te attend te this
in time te qualify for the coming presiden
tial election, but there should be no need
less delay. The earlier it is attended te
the better. Voters should attend te the
payment of their taxes themselves. Seme
courts of the state held that this is essen
tial and that the tax paid by committees
is void and will net entitle the holder of
such receipt te vote. It is euly fair and
patriot ic,as well as a reasonable precaution,
for voters te attend te this duty for them
selves. The collector for this city sits
from 0 te 9 p. m. iu the commissioners'
office ac the court house te receive taxes
and every voter should visit him aud get
his own receipt.
Naturalizations also can be effected up
te October 2, te enable the naturalized
alien te vote for president ; and these who
arc entitled te it, or who knew and are
interested in ethers entitled te citizenship,
should gill give their attention te this im
portant matter. Court will be in session
for this purpose en Saturday, Sept. 11 and
all of the succeeding week.
It may happen that some person duly
qualified te be registered has been left off
wilfully or carelessly by the assessor of
his district, though the voter complied
with all the legal requirements. In such
cases the law provides a remedy. It
should be taken advantage of before Octo
ber . me voter can mane eain te ins
grievance, and upon presentation of the
matter te the court, it is bound te take
cognizance of it, te cite the complainant and
assessor te appear before it, and if the
complaint is well founded, the registry
will be corrected accordingly.
An Karnest WlRh.
Kev. E. F. L. Gauss, Galena, Ills., writes :
"Fer ever ten years I had been a great sufferer
Irem pains in the small el the buck and region
et the Kidneys, which was wiht excruciating
and ut times almost insufferable. Doctoring
brought no relief, except perhaps momenta
rily, and I was linally advised, being unable te
fulfill the duties of my calling, te go abroad
and seek the climate et my youth. In Ger
many and Switzerland, eminent physicians,
alter close examination, declared my suffer
ings te arise Irem disease of the Kidneys, et
longstanding, and could de mene geed. I 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 se intense as te make life
a burden. A few months age I eamc in pos pes pos
seislen of one of Day's Kidney Pads, put it
en, and the effects were truly wonderful. The
pains at once grew less and are new, after
w oaring tlie second Tad, entirely gene, and
there can be no doubt that I am entirelycured,
as I write this some weeks after its use, and am
strong and leek again the very picture of
health. I wiite this perfectly voluntarily, and
and it is dictated only by truth and gratitude.
Indeed I consider the Day Kid.vey Pae Ce..
Ged's agents and great benefactors of man
kind. May all the suffering be helped as 1 have
been .is my earnest wish." s20-lwMW&F
On Wednesday evening next, the 29th Inst,
fie Lancaster club will give the first of a-criea
et evening seciables at Keberts's hall. The-e
who attended will remember the pleasant
time had en the occasion of the May hop givtn
by this club en May 1, as a guarantee of their
seciables. Tayler's full orchestra has been se
cured. Emaciation, dropsy, mental and physical
weakness arrested by Malt Itittcrs.
in Kat or West, or North or Seuth,
They te themselves an outrage tle.
Who cannot beast a lresli sweet mouth.
With teeth like, pearls bcguiiimcd with dew
When SOKODOXT all this supplies
And works the charm before our ej or".
The queen of medicinal soaps, the matchless
Cuticura. Sales. IS7!1, 450,000 cakes.
Pay Your Tax.
Every voter who wants te vote in November
should leek atter the payment of liKtax. Col
lector Warlel sit at the Court Heuse THIS
EVENING frenit loOe'clock te receive it.
GO THERE AN I) PAY IT.
The name of WILLIAM McCOMSEY, of the
First ward, will be presented te the Demo
cratic electors et Lancaster at their primary
elections te nominate a candidate for As
sembly, under Democratic rule.
ELIM G. SXYDEK, of the Ninth ward, vil
be a candidate for the Democratic nomination
tethi Legislature from Lancaster City. Mib
ject te Democratic rules. td
The Sixth Ward Atuerlcus Club
Will meet at their club room in Schiller hull
en Fill DAY EVENING at 7 o'clock. Bui
ness el great importance will be transacted,
demanding the attendance et every member.
The regular meeting of the Second ward
Hancock and English club will be held at their
club rooms, Hewell's building, North Queen
stieet, Thursday evening next. A full attend
ance is requested asbusine-i:, of importance will
be transacted. Action will be taken iu regard
te attending meeting at Millersvillc en Satur
day evening. Members who have tiet received
equipments are requested te. be present. Come
one! Come all.
The Seventh ward Hancock and English
club will meet at headquarters, Kuhliiian's
saloon, en Wednesday evening at iyt e'clcek.
The roll will be open for the uignatur of new
Companies A and 1J of the Veterans will
meet at headquartcis en Thursday evening te
draw their uniforms. A full attendance is de
sired. At Millersvillc
en Saturday evening. Sept. 23. Speakers: J.
L. Steiumetz, D. Me Mullen, It. F. Davis. W.
U. Hensel. Pole raising at 3 o'clock ; parade
at 7 o'clock ; speaking at S o'clock.
Under the auspices of Third Ward club, at
Mack's brewery, Saturday evening, Sept. 23.
Speaking iu German and English by Jehn A.
Ceylo and S. W. Shatlle, esqs.
Meeting and Pele liaising, Saturday even
ing, September 23. Speakers: IS. F. Mont
gomery and II. 11. Kisk, e-qs.
General torchlight parade en Friday even
ing, October 1. Ne speaking.
Welsh Mountain Inn.
Tri-county meeting Wednesday afternoon
and evening, Oct. 6. Speakers, E. It. Wiegand,
of Heading; It. J. Monaghan, of West Chester ;
B. F. Davis, D. McMullen, .1. M. Walker, .1. L.
Steinmetz, W. U. Hensel, W. II. Kelaud, J no.
II. Dellavcu. 4
en Monday, October 11. Speakers: Jehn W.
Ferney, .T. Luther Hingwalt, .1. L. Steinmetz,
11. F. Davis and W. U. Hensel.
Tuesday, October 12. Speakers : J. W. Fern cy
J. Luther Hingwalt, Cel. Jehn E. ltitchic and
en Tuesday evening, Oct. 12. Speakers: Jehn
W. Ferney, J. Luther Hingwalt, Gen. II. Kyd
Douglas and ethers.
AVednesday afternoon, Oct. 13 (unless
changed hereafter). Speakers, Hen. Jehn W.
Ferney, J. Luther Hingwalt, Cel. Jehn IL
Hitchie, E. McCaa, et Alabama. Gen. H. Kyd
Douglas, Wm. II Heland and ethers.
It is impossible tern woman after a falthlul
course of treatment with Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound te continue te suffer
witli a weakness et the uterus. Enclose a
stamp te Mrs. Lydia E. Pinkham, 233 Western
avenue. Lynn, Mass., for pamphlets.
Try Lecher's Renowned Cough Syrup
DOCTORS GAVE HIM UP.
" Is it possible that Mr. Gedlrey is up and at
work,'and cured by se simple a remedy ?"
"I assure you it is true that he is entirely
cured, and a ith nothing but Hep Hitters and
only ten days age his doctors gave him up and
said he must die!"
"Well-a-day! If that Is se, I will go this
minute and get some for my peer Geerge. I
knew hops are geed."
The Value el Pure Wine In Sickness.
The chief ditllculty with reliable wines lias
been their scarcity and exorbitant price, but
this has been removed by the introduction of
a Pure Native Wine, produced Irem the Oporto
grape by Mr. Alfred Sneer, of New Jersey. We
understand that he has submitted his wine te
the test et 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, affections et the kidneys, and
chronic complaints, requiring a tonic, su su
eorific or diuretic treatment. Examiner.
Tills wine is endorsed by Drs. Atlee and
Davis, and sold by II. E. Slaymaker.
In our Flannel department we have new open an immense stock efWhite Flannels in all the grades, from the part cotton
te the purest wool Flannels; also, all the different grades of Demet, Shaker, and the celebrated make of Amana Flannels.
These goods cannot be surpassed aud should be seen before purchasing ethers.
We have also all the grades of Red Weel Flannels, from the lower grades of plain red te the finest qualities of red
W1 In Medicated Flannels we have a large stock, from the lower te the finer qualities.
In Gray Weel Flannels we also have a large stock, from the lew-pnced te the very finest qualities.
In Plaid Flannels, for Sackings, Shirting or Skirtings, we show a choice stock of best styles.
In Opera Flannels we show the best makes in all the finest colors.
Iu the Blue Weel Flannels, new se much used for ladies' suitings, we show a large stock.
In Xankeen Colored Cotten Flannels we show the genuine goods. ..,.,.... . . ....
In Bleached Cotten Flannels we show a large stock, from the lighter weights te the heaviest qualities.
In Unbleached Cotten Flannels we are offering inducements in all the different grades.
We also have Brown and Lead-colored Cotten Flannels in the different grades.
Embroidered Flannels, for Ladies and Children's Skirts, we have an assortment of very choice styles.
We also call attention te the fact that many of the above goods were bought when Flannels had reached their lowest value
and we new offer them at about what they would cost us te-day.
We invite examination.
GIVLEK, BCTWEKS & HTJEST,
25 East King Street,
"Werth their weight in geld" is what "Sel
lers' Liver Pills" are said te be. If you don't
believe it try them. ;
Mothers! Mothers!! Mothers:!!
Are you .'disturbed at night ami broken el
your rest by a sick child suffering antl crying
with the excruciating pain et cutting teeth?
It se, go at once and geta bottle of MRS. WINS
LOW'S SOOTHING STKUI. I twill relieve the
peer little sufferer immediately depend upon
it ; there Is no mistake about it. 1 here is net a
mother en earth who has ever used It, who will
net tell you at once that it will regulate the
bowels, and give rest te the mother, and relief
antl health te the child, operating like magic.
It is perfectly safe te use in all cases, and pleas
ant te the taste, and is the prescription et one
et the eldest and best female physicians anil
iiur-es iu the United Staces. Sold every wheic
23 cents a bottle. r ilT-lyd&wM.W&S
A most righteous judgment awarded Dr.
Lindsey for the wonderful cures performed
by his ' llloed Searcher." Sold by all drug
We would recommend all te try Dr. Brown Brewn
ing's Tonic and Alterative, as it is a Perfect
itloed Puriflcr. Makes 'new Meed, Heddeus
old llloed. Enriches peer llloed, and Gives
Vigorous Health. The tlose is but one ten
spoonful for an adult, and smaller in preper
tien for children, antl is exceedingly pleasant
te take. Fer sale by the Proprietor, W. Cham Cham
peon Hrewning, M. D., 1117 Arch Street, Phila
delphia, antl all Druggists. Price 50 cents and
Thelr ltiglits and Unties by Law.
I have suffered Irem a kidney difficulty for
the past ten years, accompanied with nervous
snasms. Physicians gave me but temporary
relief, but atter using three ami one-halt bot
tles of Warner's Sate Kidney and Liver Cuie.
my nervous spasms werecifirefy relieved. My
age is.77 years. 1 recommend this great rem.
edy te all suffering from nervous troubles.
MHS. MAHY HEKsK.
Lean. In Lancaster, la., en September 20,
18i), Henry Lean, in the f3d year et his age.
The i datives and friends et the family are
respectfully invited te attend the luneial
from his lute residence. Ne. ail East Orange
street, en Thursday morning, at J o'clock.
High mass at St. Mary's church. Interment
at St, Mary's cemetery. sep21-2td
,'STAM OB" NELSON TALItOT, LATROF
Honevbreok township. Chester county.
defeased. Letters testamentary en said estate
having been granted te the undersigned, all
persons indebted te saitl decedent are request
ed te make immediate settlement, ami these
having claims erdcinaudsugninst the estate et
said decedent, te uiaKc known the same te the
undersigned without delay,residing in Honey Heney
brook township, Chester county, l'a.
JOHN J. TALBOT.
Supplce P. O.
B. F. Davis, Chester County, l'a.
The entile stock of
BOOKS AND FANCY GOODS
will be sold at auction commencing
Wednesday Evening1, Sept. 22d, 1880,
AT y NOHTII QUEEN sTKEET.
ltd Sign of the Big Hcd Boek.
100 Tens et Rags Wanted, I
Fer which the highest price will be paid.
2'I CENTS 1'EK VOUND FOB GOOD
The highest price paid ler Woolens, Old
l'aper. Heeks, &c. Ten Hag Asserters wanted"
te whom the highest price will be paid.
JOHN A. SHOBBR,
Cor. North Queen and Orange Streets,
j-0-tfd III ?jineaster. l'a
ANTED. ETEEVBODI TO ADVKIt-
4.i fnui ., nliiii.M. i. frli.. Iirpirrttnvw
ceb, who wants something te de.
A GIRL WAMEU TO DO GENERAL
Housework. Apply at once with refer
ence at ft East King street. A goetl salary will
be paid te one that suits. Ittl
Office op tub Mahexy Mutual Like Asse-
CIATION OF SELIMjOUOVK, 1A.
"llfASTEB-GOOD, ACT1TE, KESPONSI-
yy ble Agents in eacii township of the
cnuntv of Lancaster. Apply in hand writing
of Applicant te the Heme Otlice.
L. H. HUMMEL, Sec'y.
Pelinsgreve, Snyder county. Pa.. September
17, ISM). seplO-Inid&jtw
FOll SALE OR RENT,
1'XKCUrOKS' SALE Of CITY PKOP
!i EHTIES. The undersigned executers of
Michael Malene, deceased, will expose te sale
en THURSDAY, the 11th day et OCTOISEK. at
7 o'clock p. in., at the Cndwell Heuse, the fol
lowing Heal Estate, viz :
Ne. 1. A Letet Ground en the N. E. corner
of Orange and Shlppen streets, with a frontage
of -r.1 feet, mere or less, en Orange street, and
along Shlppen street northward 215 feet te a
public alley, en which is erected a commodi
ous and well built Mansion, Ne. ZJ01, two-stories
high with two-story back building, all in goetl
repair; also en rear of let a two-story brick
stable anil ether improvements.
Ne. '1. A Piece et Ground en North Lime
street, west side, between Orange ad Chestnut
streets, containing in front en Lime street :i7
feet, mere or less, and in depth westward M
feeHJ inches, en which is erected a twn-stery
Hrick dwelling. Ne. 128, with its improvements.
Ne. 3. A Piece of Ground en south side et
East Chestnut street, near Dnke, containing
iu front if feet anil extending in depth south
ward feet, en which is erected a three-story
Hrick Dwelling, Ne. 4t, with brick building aV
tached, furnished with water and sewerage.
Terms made known at time of sale.
WM. L. PEIPEK,
JAMES M. HUHKE,
Executers of Michael Malene, dccM.
Henry Shubekt. Auct,
On SATUHDAY.OCTOKER 2,1SS0, iu pur
suance of an order of the Orphans' Court of
Lancaster county, the undersigned will sell at
public sale at the Leepard Hetel, East King
street, Lancaster city, the following Heal Es
tate, late of Jehn Arneld, tlec'd, situated in
the 3d ward of said city, between Seuth Chris
tian and Seuth Duke streets, ami between
East Mifflin antl East Vine streets, consisting
et three continuous purparts viz :
Ne. 1. A one-story STONE DWELLING
HOUSE, about 2G feet square, with ground be
longing thereto, fronting en a 2e feet wide
alley, and being about 2 feet in width and
about S2 feet in depth, adjoining Ne. 2 and 3,
and lands of Ellas McMclIcn and ethers.
Ne. 2. A two story rJUICK HUILDING, new
used as a Coach Manufactory, about 20 by 2t
feet, with ground belonging thereto, being
partly 15 leet and partly 24 tcet in width, ami
about 51J4ieet in iteptli, adjoining Nes.l and
3 anil ground tit Henry Swentzel, Wayne Ben
der and ethers.
Ne. 3. A two-story BRICK BUILDING, about
15 by 19 feet, antl u Frame Building, formerly
used as a Brewery, with the Tubs, Kettles and
ether implements used in same, with the
ground belonging thereto, being partly SI
leet, aud partly 23J feet in width and about
e'tli in depth, atlieins N'es. 1 and 2. anil ground
et Jacob Lumparter, estate et Jacob King and
Sale te commence at 7 o'clock p. m. of said
day. when attendance will be given and terms
of sale made known by
scpWtdM Executrix of Jehn Arneld.
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 mechanics and complete equipment of machinery and
tools we are are prepared te execute and -warrant all -work en
trusted te us.
MUSICAL, BOX REPAINLNG,
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 satisfaction of our customers. Old Geld
or Silver bought, taken in exchange, or made into new goods.
BT. Z. RKOADS & BRO., Jewelers,
Ne. 4 West King Street.
On and after SATURDAY, AUGUST js the entire stock of HOOTS AND SllOhS et .the
I PAHLOlt &IIOK STOKE, Ne. 2 EAST KING STHKKT, will be offered at a great SACKIFICb,
te CLOSE OUT HUSIN'ESS. Desiring te engage in ether business, I tuke this opportunity te
. eiler the entire stock, consisting et
i 10,d00 Pairs of Beets and Shoes of the best Styles and Makes,
i at least 25 per cent, less than they can be bought
S L1111II IllUV Villi UU UUUKlll
11llMI. Till MIUI I Mitt '
MIOES sit lewer prices
"oeds'for the last two year-, a splendid oppenunity is new offered te buy superior KOOls and
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IUUU inaeULiMl UU uuu,uivwv.uvtu.
I AVishin-'te purchase their HOOTS AND SHOES for Fall and Winter, new Is yeurchancc te buy
i CHEAI7 Country storekeepers will de well te call while our stock is yet complete. e also
1 have a line of very tine goods which we will sell from $1 te : a pair less than before. The EN
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teiv consisting of revolving lixture in window. Lounges, part of shelving Writing
Kiremoef Combination Sate, as geed as new, and tin Shew Case and Stand, at
PARLOR SHOE STORE,
Xe. 26 1-2 East King St., opposite Lancaster Ce. Bsuik.
C. A. Reeee.
ANTED AT'THIS OFFICE COMKS
et the Weekly lj.TELLitK:.UKU of the fol
lowing dates :
1 .IAN. 1. 1N0.
Fall and Winter
Anether large invoice of the
Loinleu ami New Yerk
TOR MEFS WEAR,
NOW OPEN AT
SM ALI NG'S
THE ARTIST TAILOR.
902 Chestnut Street,
Purchasers who desire te pro pre
cure gems of unexceptionable
quality and real value at lowest
importer's prices, "will consult
their best interests by calling en
Special attention is directed te
the magnificent assortment im
ported for this season's sales.
HtiTlmr mini n. annpfnltv ill L'lMMl
tf' n ,. --j- .... wt- -:-r -" ry
3fw Yerk Market.
New Yerk. Sept. 22. Fleur State antl West
ern quiet; prices generally without tlecided
chsinge: Superfine, S32.i410; extra tle $185D
tl.'t; choice, tle, $4 20JJ4 03: fancy de.. $4 70
($5 r): round hoop Ohie 14 .r4 R0: choice
de $4C55 75; supcrlne western $3 2)l 10;
common te geed extra tle 3 Se4 2T ; choice
de tle $4 3eG -J.") ; choice whlt wheat tle fi 15
4 ); Southern quiet antl steady ; common
te fair extra $4 C")05 25; geed te choice tle
$5 .luG 50.
Wheat without quotable change ; very mod
erate trad; Xe. 2 Red. cash, $1 OfrK ; tle Nev.,
$1 e.sl t.9 ; de Dec, $1 10; Ke. 1, White, Oct.,
Cern without important change; Mixed
western spot, 50?.TO-;i: de fnturr. 30ffl5:lc.
Oats about steady ; Ne. 2. Sev. SSJc; de Dec.
Me; State, 42g43c; Western 40f3He.
Philadelphia, Sept. 22. Fleur dnll ; choice
steady ; superlne $2 50300: extra 3 0033 75 ;
Ohie and Indiana family 5 00O5 50 ; Penn'a
family de J4 7505 25 ; St. Lemis family at $4 500
5 25; Minnesota family 95 255 87; patent and
high grades G 758 25.
Rye flour at " 00.
Wheat quiet antl steady : Xe. 2 Western Red
$ia-ilijfl; Pa. Red 1 031 (; Amber
$1 051 et;.
Cern scarce and llrm : steamer 62,J53c:
yellow 5.!K54c; mixed 53K954C
Oatlh'in ; Ne. 1, White 4242c; Ne. 2, de
4141Mc; Ne. 3, de 4040ic; Xe. 2 Mixed 38
Rye scarce at 00c.
Previsions llrm; mess perk $1C OOgiGIi;
beef hams 1SOU10 00; Indian la.'ss beet at
$1850; smoked hmuatl2ai2ic; pickled hami
'Jffglejc ; bacon smoked shoulders 67c ;
salt de tic.
Lartl llrm; city kettle at 88Jc; loose
butchers' 8e ; prime steam $8 "Je.
Butter quiet but steady; Creamery extra
31.'tJe;de. geed te choice 286$30c; Bradford
comity and New Yerk extra. 2730c; Western
reserve extra 2(22e ; tle geed te chetc 17l!c ;
Rolls scarce : Penn'a extra 21Q24; Western re
serve extra 21921c.
Egg steady; Penn at 23c: Western 214822c.
Cheese strong; New Yerk full cream 13
13?ic : Western full cream 13c : tle fair te goetl
1212c; tle half skims lllljc.
Petroleum nominal ; none ettering ; refined
Whisky dull at $1 13.
Seeds Geed te prime Clever dull at $8 00
(T,S 50 ; Timethy llrm at $2 3Q2 80: Flaxseed
Nkw Yeuk Stocks.
A. M. A. M. P. M. P. M.
10:30 11:20 11:50 12:15
Meney ... 2we
ErieR. H 30 30& 394 SS
Michigan S. & L. S.... 108 103 107& 107JS
Michigan Cent. K. K.. !5 95 95 Wi
Chicago & X. W 104 104 103 103
Chicago, M St. P... 93 93J4 93 Vtt
Han. & St. J. Cem 39 39 39 39
" P'ld.... ! lVt 82-JS 82Ji
Teledo Wabash.... 3t 37 3 3'
Ohie & Mississippi.... 3 35 34JJ 34
St. Leuis, I. M.&S.H.. 54 54 SI SZ
Ontario and Western. 23J 23 23 23
C. C.&I. C. E. V. 18 1 18i
uesiern union ei...mi uj vj :rjy
Pacific Mail S.S. Ce.. 40i 40K 40J 404
Manhattan Elevated-. 31; 31J 31 31
Unie Pacific 90 90 90 )$
Kansas; Texas 33 33 33?, 33'
New Yerk Central 129
Adams Express 11S
Illinois Central 1124
Cleveland & Pitts 124
Chiciige & Reck 1 117!
Pittsburgh & Ft. W 123
Pennsylvania H.K.... 59 59 59 69
Phil'a. A Reading..... 15 15 15 15
Lehigh Valley 53 53 53 53
Lehigh Navigation... 34 34 34 34
Northern Pacific Cem 30 31 31 31
" " P'd ... ... 54 54
Pitts., TitllSV'e&B...! ie 16 16 16
Northern Ccntial 36yH 3 36 36
Phil'a & Erie R. H 15 15
Northern Penn'a 48 48
Un. K. R's of X. J 170 170
Hestenville Pass 20 ....
Cental Trans. Ce
1 A meeting of the stockholders of the
Woedwanl Hill Cemetery will be held at
Keberts's Hall en MONDAY, SEPTEMBER
27, at 3-o'clock p. in., te take action en the ap
plication about being made te our courts for
increased privilege te our cliarter as may b
deemed best, J. B. MARTIN',
A general meeting of the stockholders of
the Lancaster Fire Insurance Company and
an election of eighteen directors thereof, te
serve for th ensuing year will be held at the
elhce of the company. Xe. 103 West Kinir
street, en MOXDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1880. Be
tween the hours of 2 and 4 o'clock, p. m.
BEXJ. F. SIIEXK.
SsplS-Ctdced Secretary and Trwrarar.
WEDNESDAY EVEN'O, SEPT. 22, 1880.
NEWS OF THE AFTERNOON.
THE GRANT FAMILY.
THE FATHER DECLINING
DOUBTFUL HONORS AND THE SON
TAKING A WIFE.
CRIMES AND CASUALTIES.
Telegrams Frem All Quarters.
Suicides in Philadelphia and Princeton, Pa.
Philadelphia, Sept. 22. Lewis Miller,
aged fifty-four, residing 914 Emcline
street, committed suicide by hanging him
self this morning.
About six o'clock this morning Corne
lius C. Callahan, aged sixty-three, a
wealthy citizen residing near Princeton,
en the Norristown branch of the Beading
railroad, committed suicide by cutting his
threat. He was found dead in bed with a
razor by his side.
THE PAKDOa BOAKD.
Clemency Granted and Refused.
IIarrisbuke, Pa., Sept. 22. The par
don beard this afternoon recommended the
following pardons : Kate White, of Ly
coming county, keeping a bawdy heuse ;
Frank Frey, of Yerk, assault and battery;
James Dumn, of Philadelphia, conspiracy;
Kirtland Campbell, of Lawrence county,
Parden was refused in the case of Daniel
F. Sullivan, Philadelphia, murder. The
case of Frank Small, of Allegheny, for
murder, was continued. The beard is still
GEN. URAXT REFUSES
Te Preside at Gartleld .Meetings.
New Yerk, Sept. 22. Many inquiries
having been received at Republican head
quarters, as te whether General Grant
would preside at political meetings--;
Governer Jewell communicated with
him and te-day received a reply, saying
that while he (Grant) would de all in his
power te aid the Republican cause he can
not new engage te attend any meetings.
He will be in Xew Yerk fiem October 10
te 20, and between these dates he will also
L1BE1LTT OF TUE PRESS.
A Catholic Priest Who Says it is Degen Degen
atleg iate Degrading License.
New Yerk, Sep. 22. At the funeral of
the late Judge Siunett, of the marine
court, at St. Paul's Catholic church, this
morning, Father Maguire, referring te
charges new pending against deceased,
severely denounced the newspapers for
attacks en private character. He said the
liberty of the press is degenerating into
DYING OF FEVER.
Alarming Mortality Among Turkish Troops.
Loxdex, Sept. 22. A despatch fiem
Ragusa says that foreign etiicial reports
from Scutari represent that the Turkish
troops near that place are dying of fever
at the rate of two hundred daily.
A despatch from Corfu says that a de
cree has been signrd calling out the Greek
Irish Catholics In Convention.
Wilmixotex, Del., 22. The twelfth
annual session of the Iiish Catholic benev
olent union of the United States com
menced here this afternoon after a street
parade of Irish secities, in which 1,200
persons participated. There were present
ever 100 delegates from various parts of
Quiet Xuptials In San Francisce.
San Francisce, Sept. 22. Last even
ing Jesse Grant was married te Lizzie,
daughter of W. S. Chapman, at the Palace
hotel. The affair was very quiet, only a
few friends being present.
"Worcester, Sept. 22. The Greenback
convention was held here te-day, about
two hundred delegates being present, and
among them one woman. Jehn Hewes, of
Worcester, was made president and the
usual committees wcre appointed.
Beth Legs Cut Off.
Maucii Chunk, Pa., Sept. 22. James
Campbell, of Upper Mauch Chunk, a
brakeman en the L. & S. R. R., had both
legs cut off by a train at White Haven to
day, while shifting cars.
Washington, D. C, Sept. 22. Fer the
Middle Atlantic states, cooler partly
cloudy weather, with northwest te north
erly winds, and a slight rise injbaremetcr.
KlUHET AJfJt LIVER CURE.
Kifley i Liyer
$1.25 PER BOTTLE.
A Positive Remedy for ALTj Kid
ney, Liver and Urinary Troubles of
betn Male ana D'emaie.
"It saved my life"." E. B. Lately, Selma,
"It 19 the remedy that will enre the many
diseased peculiar te women." Mether's Maga
zine. " it has passed severe tests and wen endorse
ments from some or the hitched, medical talent
in the country." Xew Yerk World,
"Xe remedy heretofore discovered ran iw
held for one moment In comparison with It.
C. A. Harvey, J). ., Washington, D. C.
This Great Natural Remedy is for Sale
by Druggists in all Parts or the World
TRY IT AND TAKE NO OTHER.
H. H. WARNER & CO.,
BOCHESTEB, X. Y.
ASTRXCU BR1VS AOTEMTUEMEST.
laneaster Kazaar J
13 EAST KING ST.,
FALL SEM 1880.
The season lias opened und we are new
reatly te show te our numerous friends and
patrons the most cemnlutu assertnurat of
s;oeds In each and every department, which
hiis ever been seen in this city. That our prices
are pesitlTely the very lowest is no need or
mentioning, and ladies which have favored us
witli a call en our opening days are convinced
new that our store is the place te go te ter
everything which ladies may need te complete
their Fall Outfit. Belew we mention some
specialties which please notice.
34 Inch Silk Fringe.Chcnllle and BcadSca yard
Kfch Silk and Chenille Frinse 44c
Elegant Silk and Chenille Fringe... 50c "
5-Inch heavy Chenille Fringe, bread bead-
4i-tneh heavy Chenille and Head Fringe
'a J 60c n yard
4K-inch Fine Cucnille and Grass Frinw
tile a yard
5-inch Chenille and Bead Fringe 7.ks "
Most elegant and handsenw Fringe at SO, ty,
-.c,$i, 1.10, l.lil.i". and upwards.
A handsome line of l'lissementeiics Inull
widths. . ... .
Tassel Ornaments in Silk, Chenille and
Beads. Leeps, Spikes, Curtis antl Spikes.
BUTTONS in Hern, Metal. Bronze, Ivery.
Silk. Crochet, Ac., of the latest designs and In
A goetl black, well covered Satin for.'Se a yard
A inet elegant fcatln for I
Blaek Satins at $l.a), $1.40, 1.0, worth con
Elegant Colored Satins in all the new sliatles
Trimming Silk nt v05 .
Siik Velvets In all colors and Blacu Velveteen
In all colors. .......
Brocaded Velveteens, bilk finished, 65c a yar.l.
A complete line et Black Velveteens.
A goetl Velveteen, line black 41c a yam
A most elegant one at d?10.-, ",
Fine Silk Finished Velveteens at V-c, !KJc, l.
Dress Linings of all kinds,
Paper Muslins and Cambric Be a yard
Waist Lining, goetl quality. .,3e ami !' 'I
Having new en band a handsome variety of
TIUMMKD BOXXKTS AXU HATS,
we offer the same for inspection, and are pre
pared te sell them at most reasonable prlcfs.
Our assortment of Flowers and I either
cannot be surpassed ; it eilers everything in
the line. .
Large, handsome roses ..".
Fine Freuch Koses ami Flowers, Sprays.
Wreaths. Feather Bands, Wings,:Binls,etc.
in real Ostrich, l'luiiies we offer some re
markable tine goods at most reasonable
prices : . ,.,
Keal Ostrich Tips, in all colors
Most elegant Ostrich Tips v,1f
We keep a very flue line or French telt
Hats which is well worth inspection.
FIXE 1'LUSH HATS,
Fine Derbys :""'C'"''"i
A most handsome Derby, trimmed and bound
with satin ;?'
Straw Sailors antl Walking Hats ..
OUtt WOOLEN GOODS department Js
stocked with the liest hand-made goods, which
we are selling cbcaiier than ever :
Shetland Shawls, handmade i.e
Verv large Shawls "'"21 Ji
Heavy bund-crochet Shawls SI
Indies' hand-made Shetland Weel Opera Ur
The same, silk stitched
Ladies' handmade Sleeveless Waists 'i
Twilitchts. hand-made, in all colors - !'-
Hand-crochet anil elegant Baby-carriage
Cevers :: . '!', -
Chlltl's Walking Cleak-, hand-made $l.i
Child's hand-made Split Jackets :;",,
Child's Weel Jackets ...Jc,4ic
A choice line or boys' and girls' huudseme
A large line Tewel.. ................. -
A very large, all linen Tewel only. .1 e "
A line gloss Tewel .....iws
Fine Dumusk Tewis i.Jc,uc
German Imported Linen Towels.
Toweling by the yard .-- from jc up
German linen Table cloths, tA ;i
All linen Bureau Cevers - .....-
Xapkins in great variety and at low prices.
All linen Handkerchiefs '
Gents' all linen Handkerchiefs. ..lite
Ladies all linen Ilundkcrchiefs.hciiistitchcd lie
Ladies line linen Handkerchiefs, 3-lncli hem
Ladies line Colored Bordered Handkerchiefs.
Infants' Merine Cloaks and Shawls.
Infants' short and long Dresses.
Our Hue of
is well known te every ludy. but Is mere com
plete new in variety than ever befen:.
Hip Gere Corsets...., j
A iroed, hand-made Cen-et .............. .."M-
An excellent Corset, sitle steeletl.deuble busk.
silk embroidered jc
A most beautiful Corset ..
The " I'avillien" Speen Busk, side steels.. .:
Our wi-11 known liJU-bone "Parisian --1
lIi.Yirs'an.1 Child's SHOCLDEIt BltACKS,
an excellent thing ler steeping pceple m
Felt unit Flannel Skirts a lull line.
in all widths and all the new shades.
Fancy Kibbons or most handsome antl ex-
aLAChaerLcvery Style antl description. Our
Is the most complete In this town, comprising
all the latest novelties in Cotten us well as
Notwithstanding the enormous rise in the
price or Imported Hosiery we are still selling
u heavy Balbrlggan Hese, Full Kcgular Made,
Silk Clocked, for ........JOca pair
Heavy Dark Cotten Hese. Kegular Made,
Fancy Silk Embroidered Centre, ter.ttie a pair
Gray and Black Mixed Cotten Hese, richly
Embroidered up the Shies, liegular Made,
for :.",: ," '?liiP
Ladies' Kibbed Merine Hese, Kcgular Made, in
White und Colored, for ....23c a pair
Ladies Heavy (Juulit? Plain Colored Cotten
He-e, Full Kcgular Made, Full Fashioned In
grain Celers ...jacapuir
Ludies' Heavy German Imported uray and
Black Mixel Cotten Hese, Full Regular
Made .-- 4ucapalr
Ladies' Hair-lined Cotten Hese, Imported
Gray and Black Mixed Snpcrtlne English Hese
Full Kcgular Made, Extra rinish...63c a pair
Ladles' Super-stout British Leng Hese, Full
Kcgular Made, Llgui. and Dark Drab Hair
Striped ....81c a pair
ladies' very heavy Dark Cotten Hese. Cresj-
barred -- ;-;-1,,lJ?u!1r
A full assortment of Ladies', Gents and Chil
dren's German, French and Engl sh Hese.
Childs' French Kibbed lle-e In Cotten and
Weel, Childs' Plain Cashmere Hese with runcy
Infants' Weel Hese, warranted notte fade
or shrink aecapair
MEDAILLE D'OIt ALEXAXDEB,
Positively the best Kid Gloves ever sold for
A complete assortment in Black white,
cream, flesh, pearl, drab, brown, Ac.
G-Buttens.-.. ............ ..........li.w
SILK IIAXDKEKCHIEFS IX EXDLESS
Fer Ladies, Gents and Children.
We have, no doubt, the best assortment and
the lowest prices,
13 EAST KING STREET,