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LANCASTER BAflA lNTELIIOENCEk. THUftSDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 13801
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OUP. REGULAR COHIsESPONHENCi:
This morning at about 5 o'clock second
Umpire freight west, drawn by cnguiee.
115, Wm. Baight, engineer, crashed into
the rear end et Columbia local freight also
bound west at a point near Chickies sta
tion. Four care or the last-mentioned
train -were knocked from the track and
broken up, but engine Tse. He was only
slightly injured. The north mam track
was blocked for some time and the Col
umbia wreck crew was sent te the scene
of the disaster te get things straightened
up. The track is new clear and travel has
been resumed. There was no person hurt.
Who is te blame for the accident will
come out in geed time.
C. II. Hanghman, of Lancaster city, and
Kate Liphart, of Columbia, were united in
marriage at the Kcfermcd church, corner
or Third and Cherry streets last evening
by Itev. C. S. Gerhard. The bridal party
were driven te Lancaster from the resi
dence of the bride's brother en "Walnut
street above Fifth, at 12 o'clock last night.
Acalathumpian Land tendered the party a
.serenade befeie they took their departuie,
and the noise made was sufficient te ef
fectively drive sleep from the eyes of every
body within two Mpiarcs of the spot chosen
for the performance. The screnadcrs, who
were gentlemen of color, were amply sup
plied with all descriptions of instruments
of tertuie, having besides the inevitable
bex-liddle, tin horns, string of sleigh
bells, etc.. and using them with a vim.
Geerge ' Sample, lircman of Columbia
local freight, sprained his -light ankle in
jumping from his engine at Chickies sta
tion yesterday afternoon.
Jerry Kech's statue is almost ready le
assume its place in front or his cigar store.
It is new in the hands of a painter.
The "Star" cornet hand of Washington
borough, recently organized, will apply
for a charter en Monday, October 18th.
The several companies of the Republi
can battalion will, through their officers,
elect a colonel :.ud ether Held officers this
evening. The ui..t iing will be held in Odd
.Mr. F. S. r.Ici t. ill build a new irame
barn en his farnn...-t of Columbia along
the pike. , -ii
The heys :n.ty iw.v no seen auc. .-cneui
hours and sometimes during school hours
making their way te the weeds te club
chestnuts. The nut.; are net yet altogether
ripe, but this makes little difference, as
enough lips or partially ripe ones can be
found le pay for the trouble taken in look
ing them up. Walnuts are represented te
be mute plenty this year.
Besides making the time very pleasant
for their guests, the lady's aid society el
the M. K. church, at their sociable given
in the church parlors last, evening, cleared
yiUJO quite a neat, little sum. There
were no expenses. The refreshments ler
the evening were provided by one of the
The Pennsylvania railroad company will
run a special train from Columbia te erk
during the week of the Yerk county lair.
The train will leave here at :!' a. m., ar
riving at Yerk at !:'M a. in. Xe special
train will come this way.
Wm. F. Leckard, superintendent el tiie
Philadelphia division of the Pennsylvania
railroad, is in town te-day.
The P. H. II. tickets te the stale fair are
geed until Saturday and will be sold until
Tiis: pan-pi:i:skyti:rian a:.:.i.'-.i;'.:.
IKstinguisIicd Members Prem Lanciastcr.
The second council of the Presbyterian
alliance met this morning in the academy
A)f music, Philadelphia. The business ses
sions will be held iu Horticultural hall. A
largely attended reception was given te
the delegates last, evening in the Academy
of Fine Arts, when addresses were made by
Gee. Junkin, esq., Governer IIeyL, Mayer
Steklev, Be v. Dr. Jehn Cairns, of Edin
burg, Scotland ; I lev. Dr. W. P. Murk
land, of Baltimore, Md. ; Governer Me
Clcllan, or New Jewey, and Bcv. Xarayau
Shnclimlri nrlldllllclV. TllU TlMCS. With
distinguished enterprise, te day prints an
tra sheet of valuable matter about the
alliance, and in its personal sketches notes
two divines well known in Lancaster.
Kcv. T. :. Apple, I. 1).
Dr. ThemasG. Apple was born in Lan
caster county and was educated at Mar
shall college, at Mercersburg. He has
been pastor at Greeiisburg and at Green
castle and was at one time president of
the Mercersburg college. He was after
wards called te the professorship of church
history and exegesis at the theological
.seminary of the German Unformed church
at Lancaster and is new there ; atj.be
same time is acting president of Franklin
and Marshall college, Lancaster. He is
editor and contributor of the Mercersburg
J'fricir and is considered as one of the
clearest-minded theologians in the church.
Rev. Themas C. Perter, 1. M.
Bcv. Thes. C. Pertcr.jD.D., LL. 1)., pro
cessor of natural history in Lafayette eel
lege, Eaiiten, Pa., was born in the state. 1 1
received his education at Lafayette college,
graduating there in 1S10, having among
his classmates Dr. W. II. Green and Dr.
Charles Eliott. Dr. Perter finished his
theological studies at Princeton semi
nary. "In addition te his professorship he
alseaccepled the pastorate of the Third
Street Befermed church, of Fas
ten. He formerly occupied the chair
or natural science at Franklin and
Marshall college, Lancaster. Dr. Perter
comes te the council in place of Dr. Jehn
W. Kevin, who, en account of his infirmi
ties, requested him te take his representa
tion. The gentleman is a great botanist
and te this science, together with zoology
aud geology, he gives his entire attention.
He has translated Het ringer's "Life and
Times of Ulrie Zvv'ingli," the great Swiss
reformer, aud of Dr. SchalTs "Labors
and Life of St. Augustine." lie furnished
translated articles for Dr. Benibcrgcr's
translation of Herzeg's " Encyclepaedia"
and several hymns for Dr. Schalfs
"Christ in Seng." He is a con
tributor te the Mercersburg liener
and has prepared many papers en botany
for the government surveys, among them
the llera of Colerado. Dr. Perter has
collected the richest herbarium in the
country for Lafayette college and it con
tains the fullest specimens of Pennsyl
vania plants. His translation of Goethe's
"Herman and Dorethea" is highly spoken
of. He is also corresponding member of
the Academy of Natural Sciences and the
American Philosophical society, of this
city. Dr. Perter takes the place in the
council of one or the most astute theolo
gians in the Befermed church.
I. O. O. V.
A Fraternal Visit te JUan'.ieini.
A delegation of about twenty-five mem
bers of Odd Fellows, of this city, met at
the residence or Past Grand M.J. Weaver,
at 2 o'clock this afternoon where they took
coaches for Manheim, their invitation
being te pay a friendly visit te the ledge
in that borough this evening. It is under
stood that delegations will also be present
from tlic ledges in Celunbia, Marietta,
Mount Jey, Bcamstewn aud ether adja
Toe Many Ry Eight.
Chailcs Knapp, grocer, states that the
story published last evening in regard te
the number of rats caught by him is incor
rect. He says that instead of catching
nine lats there was but ene iu the trap.
Bats arc net "plentiful" iuhis store, as
everybody knows who has observed that
Mr. K. is' ene of the neatest and cleanest
of our local grocers.
MT. JOY ON FIRE.
THE KOROUGIl IX FLAMES.
f':-.ti ITfinn Lancaster I'er Aid.
A disastrous fircbreke out in the borough ;
of 3It, Jey this afternoon, and seen as
sumed dimensions beyond the control of
the local appliances for the extinguishment
of fires. Private telegrams received in
this city conveyed the startling informa
tion that the town was en five badly and
the agent of the Western Union telegraph
company aud associated press confirmed
About 2:10 Mayer MacGeuigle received
a telegram from the chief burgess te the
same effect, that a violent fire was ragingun
chcckcd, and that the local department was
unable te cope with the names and asking
for aid from Lancaster. The mayor prompt
ly communicated with Chief Engineer
Ferdncy aud ready means were employed
te send the desired relief.
A later despatch te the telegraph offices
here says that it was saw mills mat were
en firea machine shop and several adjoin
ing frame dwelling houses. The firemen
here were getting ready te go, and the
Union steamer was ready te be put upon
the train when another despatch was re
ceived, stating that the fire was under con
trol and that the services of the Lancaster
firemen would net be required.
It is net known here at this writing
whose mills were en (ire,, but the inflam
mable character of buildings burned was
well calculated le create a panic audio
threaten the destruction of much valuable
The buildings burned aie supposed te
have been situated in the lower end of the
A gentleman who came through Mt. Jey
en the train arriving here at e o'clock,
slates that A. 15. Landis's old coach works
and a bain belonging te JehnSynder, were
burned. A number of ether buildings
were en tire but it was extinguished. At
one time it was feared that the whole
lower end of town would be swept away.
TIie IS.image "'inc.
Special te tiie I:.r:a.u:i:.vei:i:.
. Mt. Jev, Sept. 2;5 !):i5 i m. The fire
started at the tannery ; buildings slightly
damaged. Landis's old coach shop en
tirely destroyed ; building en each side of
it considerably damaged and Snyder's
small barn, near the mill, destroyed. The
lire is new under control.
ViCi: fUAIlY M ATTKRS
erintcrctt t the Curious.
During the last year the register issued
letters of administration and letters testa
mentary te e-l:; persons. Deputy Begistcr
C. F. Stener put himself te the trouble of
examining the records te ascertain the
time of lay at which each of the decedents
died. There were ! deaths at 1 o'clock
a. m. : ! between 1 and 2 a. m. ; 15 at 2
a. m. : 7 between 2 and :' a. m. ; G at ; a.
in. ; :: between ; ami i a. m. ; eai ta. in. :
S between 4 and 5, a. m. ; 2 at 5, and 5
between 5 and (' a. in : l: at 0, and 1 be
tween (J aud 7 a. m ; 1) at 7. and e between
7 and 8 a. m ; ! at 8, and 7 between 8 and
D a. in : 0 at 0, and C between 9 and 10 ;
SI at 10, and ( between 10 and 11 ; 7 at 11,
aud 8 between 11 and 12 ; 8 at 12 neon ;
." between 12 and 1 p. in. ; 5 at 1 p. m.,
and 2 between 1 and 2 ; 0 at 2, and 7 be
tween 2 and : ; 7 nt:),and 10 between Sand
1 ; 7,at 1 and 7 betwcen-land .5 : 2 at 5, and 5
between 5 and (5; 0 at (J, and 7 between G
aud 7;!) at 7,aud 10 between 7and 8 ; 7at8,
and 7 bet ween S and 1) ; 5 at l),and fl between
and 10 ; 0 at 10, and 0 between 10.11 : 9 at
11, and 11 between It and 12. At midnight
iiMiicmhrr 22. 1871). te September
' 22, 1SS0, the deaths were as billows, per
! menth: September, -12; October, 20;
! vcmbcr, "- U"'
1 2 ; I'ebruar y .,: Mare
A pril, :58 ;
23; June, :JS
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lleri :i Railroad Ver!c.
Near Downinglewn a man by the name
of Jehn Linard. a stone cutter, working
I for a man named eiiananan, ei auey
Creek, en the P. B. B.. while walking en
i the south track, was struck by an cast
bound freight train at the signal lower,
cutting his head in several places aud
j mashing Is;.; left feet terribly. He was
I placed en a stretcher and taken te the tool
; house, where his wounds were dressed by
, Dr. lllakesleslie, of Ceaiesville, and a doc-
ter of Downingtown. He is hurt seriously
and the doctors say he cannot recover.
j II;iss lishiiif.'.
i Within the past, few days bass fishing
i has been very geed all along the river. A
great many sportsmen from this city and
( Columbia are en the river every day and
i all have been very successful.
Last evening cx-bhcnll Ames (troll re
turned from a two days' trip te Fite's
Kddy ami brought with him 150 bass,
which he caught. He had several large
strings and he supplied a number of his
Chief Deiehler, in command of a squad
of policemen, visited the roost at the Wil
low Pend, yesterday and gobbled up three
bummers. ' They were taken before Alder
man Alex Dennelly who committed them
te. jail for terms of 15, 20 and I.O days re
spectively. The mayor this morning committed a
couple of disorderly persons and discharged
TIie Iliihlienr; Case.
The ease of Magdalena Bushong vs. the
Connecticut Mutual life insurance com
pany, of Hartferd. Conn., will be tried in
Beading en October 5. It will be remem
bered that in the year 187S Geerge W.
Bushong committed suicide at the Cress
Keys hotel in this city by cutting his
threat. This suit is brought te recover
his life insurance. A number of witnesses
in this city were subpiened this morning
te go te Heading.
Mrs. Lucy Hunter, the mother of Edward
Jacksen, colored, who was reported fatally
injured by the cars at Milten, Pa., a few
days tige, received a telegram from him
this morning, in which he says he will come
home as seen as he gets the use of his
limbs. The extent of his injuries, nor hew
he received them, is net stated.
In argument court the quarter session
list hasliecn reached although there yet
remain several cases en the common pleas
and orphans' court list te be disposed of.
In the case of Abraham Mctzler's (de
ceased) estate, exceptions te auditor's re
port, the exceptions were withdrawn and
A Leng Tramp.
Three boys ran away from the Mount
Jey orphans' school en Sunday. They
we're followed by Mr. Biehard Hull, the
manager, who found thorn near Allentown,
Lehigh county, a distance of 85 miles. It
is said they walked the whole distance.
1'iSlh V.'aril Rainier.
The Fifth ward banner, containing an
equestrian figure e Gen. Hancock, was
raised at Philip Wall's hotel this morning
and attracted a great deal of attention
from the residents or the West end.
Prof. Edw. Brooks, of the state normal
school, whose return from Europe was
made some days age reached Lancaster
te-day en his way te Millersville.
J. B. Warfel, W. 31. Franklin, Peter S.
Beist and the ether Lancaster ceuntians,
who went en the Kennedy excursion te
Kansas and as far west as Denver, are ex
pected home te-day.
Last night the Democratic glee club,
which was recently organized and consists
of a number of well-known singers, sere
naded a "number of well-known citizens.
Their music was excellent.
A resident of Safe Harber, who had
been complaining of ague for seme time
and was away from home working yester
day, died suddenly last night.
This morning 300 sets of equipments for
the Eighth ward Hancock club arrived from
IMPORTANT TO VOTERS.
Matters Which Demand Their Attention.
The tax duplicates are in 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. Yeters 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 only fair and
patriotic,as well as a reasonable precaution,
for voters te attend te this duty for them
selves. The collector for this city sits
from (H te 9 p. m. in the commissioners'
office at the court house te receive taxes
and every voter should visit him and 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
are entitled te it, or who knew and arc
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 or the succeeding week.
It may happen that some person duly
qualified te be registered has been left oil"
wilfully or carelessly by the assessor of
his district, though the voter complied
with all the legal requirements. Iu such
eases Use law provides a remedy. It
should be taken advantage of before Octo
ber 2. The voter can make oath te his
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.
Prof. Guilniflte's French Kidney Pud cures
by absorption, all dfecat.es of the kidneys and
ii rinary organs. Try it.
Night sweats cough, emaciation and decline
prevented by Malt Hitters.
in Kast or West, or North or Seuth,
They te themselves an outrage de,
Who cannot beast a lresh sweet mouth,
With teeth like pearls begumnicil with dew
When SOZODONT all ihU supplies,
And works the charm before our eyes.
A delightful shave is pe-sible only with the
Cuticura Shaving Seap.
Pay Your Tax.
Kvery voter who wants te Totem November
should leek alter tin; payment or Ills tax. Col
lector Wartel sits at the Court Heuse THIS
KVKNIXG lremf.JS te 9 o'clock te receive it.
GO THKUi: AND PAY IT.
The name et 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 rules.
KLIM (.:. SNYDKIt, of the Ninth ward, wil
be a candidate for the Democratic nomination
te the Legislature from Lancaster C'lly. Sub
ject te Democratic rules. td
City Campaign Committee.
Kegular meeting et the clly campaign com
mittee at Central headquarters THIS KVF.X-
Companies A and 15 of the Veterans will
meet at their head'iuarteis this evening te
draw their uniforms. A full attendance is de
The regular meeting of the Second ward
Hancock and English club will be held at their
club rooms, Hewell's building, North Queen
street, this (Thursday) evening A full attend
ance is refiue.-tcd as business of Importance will
be transacted. Action will be taken in regard
le attending meeting at Millersville en Satur
day evening. Members who have net received
equipments are requested te be present. Come
one! Come all.
The Sixth Ward Aincrlcns Club
Will meet at their club room In Schiller hall
en FRIDAY KVKS1SG at ,y. o'clock, llusi-ucs-i
of great importance will be transacted,
demanding theattendance et every member.
Let there be a full turnout.
A meeting et the Yeung Men's Hancock and
Knglish club will be held at Utzinger's saloon
this evening at 8 o'clock. All the members
arc requested te be present as the equipments
will be given out.
The Seventh ward Hancock and Knglish
club will meet at headquarters, Kuhlman's
saloon, en Wednesday evening at 7J o'clock.
The roll will be open for the signature or new
en Saturday evening. Sept. 1". Speakers: .1.
L. Steinmetz, D. Me- Mullen, P.. F. Davis. W.
U. Henscl. Pele raising at 3 o'clock ; parade
at "o'clock; speaking nt 8 o'clock.
Under the auspices of Third Ward club, at
Mack's brewery, Saturday evening, Sept. &.
Speaking In Herman and Knglish by Jehn A.
Ceyle and S. W. Shadle, esq.
Meeting and Pele Kaising, Saturday even
ing. September ii. Speakers : 15. F. Mont
gomery and U. 15. Itisk, csqs.
Cenernl torchlight parade en Friday even
ing, October 1. Ne speaking.
Welsh Mountain Inn.
Tri-county meeting Wednesday ariernoen
and evening, Oct. 0. Speakers, K. 15. Wicgand,
or Heading; It. J. Monaghan, or West Chester;
15. F. Davis, I). McMullen, J. M. Walker. J. L.
Sieinmctz, W. U. Henscl, W. II. Ueland, .Ine.
en Mendav, October 11. Speakers: Jehn W.
Ferney, J. Luther ningwalt, J. L. Stelnmctz,
15. F. Davis and W. IT. Henscl.
Tuesday, October li Speakers: J. W. Ferney
.!. Luther Kingwalt, Cel. Jehn K. Kiteliic and
.in Thmi1.iv nveninzr. Oct. 12. Speakers: Jehn
W. Ferney, J. Luther Kingwalt, Gen. II. Kyd
Douglas and ethers.
Wednesday afternoon, Oct. 18 (unless
.i...irr.i lioviMifterv Sneakers. Hen. Jehn V.
Ferncv, J. Luther ltingwan, cei. iuun n.
Kitchlc, E. McCaa, et Alabama. Gen. H. Kyd
Douglas, Wm. II Reland, and ethers.
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It is impossible ler a woman after a faithful
course of treatment with Lydia E. Pinklmm s
Vegetable Compound te continue te sutrer
with a weakness et the ntcrns. Enclose a
stamp te Mrs. Lydia E. Plnkham, 253 Western
avenue. Lynn, Mass., for pamphlets.
Try Lechcr's KcnewncU Cough Syrup
Among he many advantages gained by our change of business
location, an important one is the enlarged rooms and improved fa
cilities of our BBPAIR DEPARTMENT. With our present corps
of skilled mechanics and complete equipment of machinery and
tools we are are prepared te esecute and warrant all work on en
trusted te us.
MUSICAL BOX REPATNING,
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, takenin exchange, or made into new goods.
H. Z. RHOADS & BRO., Jewelers,
Ne. 4 West King Street.
DOCTORS GAVE HIM UP.
" Is it possible tliat Mr. Godfrey is up and at
work, and cured by se simple a remedy V
"I assure you it is true that he is entirely
cured, and .vith nothing but Hep Hitters and
only ten days age his doctors gave him up and
said he must die!"
"Well-aday! If that is se, I will go this
minute and get some for my peer Geerge. I
knew hops arc geed."
The Value et Pure Wine In Sickness.
The chief diniculty with reliable wines liss
been their scarcity and exorbitant price, but
this has been removed by the introduction of
a Pure Native Wine, produced IromtlieOperto
grape by Mr. Alfred Speer, or Sew Jersey. We
understand that he has submitted Ids wine te
the test et many or our celebrated physician,
and all concur in its purity, medicinal prop
erties und superiority te the best imported
Pert Wine. Most et them prescribe it in cases
or debility, atlcctiens et the kidneys, and
chronic complaints, requiring a tonic, su su
eorific or diuretic treatment. Examiner.
This wine is endorsed by Drs. Atlee and
Davis, and sold by ii. L'. Slaymaker.
It you have pimples, boils, salt rheum, rough
skin, &c, try LimLcy's P.loed Searcher."
Sold by all die;
M. A. St. Mars, St. Kenll'ace, Manitoba,
writes: "Dr. Themas' Lclcctric Oil is u public
benefit. It l:is done wonders here, and has
cured me et a bad cold in one day." Fer sale
by 11. 15. Cochran, dri.ggist, 137 and K North
Queen street, Lancaster, Pa. -
Wn would recommend all te try Dr. F.rown F.rewn
ing's Tonic and Alterative, :is it is a Perfect
JSIoed Purifier. Makes new Kloed, ICcddens
old Meed, Enriches peer P.loed, and Gives
Vigorous Health. The doe Is but one tea
spoon fill for an adult, nml smaller in preper
Hen for children, and is exceedingly pleasant
te take. Fer sa'.c by the Proprietor, W. Cham Cham
peon Itrewning, M. I)., 1117 Arch Street, Phila
delphia, and all Druggists. Price SO cents and
Vn reined v for kldncv diseases heretofore
discovered can be held for one moment in com
parisen with Warner's sale liuneyanu J.ivcr
Cure. C. A. Ilervry, D.IK, Washington, D. C.
"Carry tbc news te Mary !" llealthandhap
pincss arc found in every box or "Sellers'
Four people sat down at a table te play,
They played all that night and part or nest
This one thing observe, that when they were
Sobedy played with, and nobody cheated ;
Yet when they get up, each was winner a
Who tells me this riddle I'm sure is no ninny.
The answer te this is, "they were four musi
cians." , , ,
They exerted themselves, till they needed
They sutlcred much pain and agony endured.
Till they used EclcctricOil and then they were
Fer sale by II. 15. Cochran, druggist, 157 and
1X1 Xertli yucen t-trect, Lancaster Pa. '
Iireicn's Jirenchial Treclux'' are used with
advantage te alleviate Coughs, Sere Threat,
Hoarseness and P.rencbial Affections. Fer
thirty years these Troches have been Iu use,
with annually increasing favor. They are net
new and untried, but, having been tested by
wide and constant use for nearly an entire
generation, they have attained well-meiitcd
rank among the fewstaple remedlesef (Image.
"lirewn's lirenchUtl Troches'' act directly
en the organs orthe voice. They have an ex
traordinary effect in nil disorders orihcThreat
and Larynx, restoring a healthy tone when re
laxed, cither lrem cold or overexertion or the
voice, and produce n clearand distinct enunci
ation. Speakers ami tiaiycrs find the Troches
A Cough, Celd, Catarrh ei Sere Threat re
quires immediate attention, as neglect ollcn ellcn
times results in some incurable Lung Disea-e.
"JJreKti's Jirenchial Trecltcs" will almost in
variably give relief. Imitations are offered for
sale, many el which arc injurious. The genu
ine "Iireicn's Jirenchial Troches" are sold
only in boxes. innl.Vlyd&wTu.Th&S
Hauehmax LiviiAirr. Sept. 2.', 1SS, in the
Reformed church, Columbia, Pa., by the Key.
Mr. Gerhard. Mr. Chas. K. Hauglmian. et Lan
caster, te Miss Kate K. Liphart, of Columbia.
Dummy II emu On the S5d et September,
188i, bv the Key. W. T. Gerhard, nt Slough's
ISlack 'Herse hotel, Mr. Geerge X. Deininy te
Miss Louisa 11. llerr, both of Mount Jey twp,
WANTED AT THIS OKPICi: COl'lfcS
et the Wkehi.v lNTr.MJdEXcr.it or the fol
lowing dates :
J ax. i. im,
JULY IB. IS. tnl
100 Tens et Rags Wanted,
Fer which the highest price will be paid. .
ffJiCKXTS PKIt POUXD FOK GOOD
The highest price naid for Woolens, Old
Paper, 15oeks, &c. Teh liag Asserlcrs wanted"
te whom the highest price will be paid.
JOHN A. SHOBEB,
Cor. North Qnccn and Orange Streets,
yO-tfdKl Lancaster. I'a
XT OTIC Ii TO PAINTlSltS.
1 Proposals will be received for the paint
ing of the ncwjiarn at almshouse, as follews:
First. Fer the painting. Material and board beard
ing furnished. ...
Second. Fer the painting and m.wenal.
Hearding furnished. . , , .
The building te have three coats of paint.
15cst of white lead te be used and any shading
desired by Directors or Peer. The right te re
ject anv and all bids reserved. Sccuritv
rcquircd. Fer further particulars call
en the undersigned at the building.
Bids arc te be addressed te the under
signed, in care ero. P. Kricker. .) Xertli Duke
street, Lancaster, Pa., en or before 3ION D A'i ,
OCTOI5EU 4, at 2 p. in., when bids will be
opened at P.ricker's 'fc,.
ASSIGNKK'S SALVK Ol' VALUABLE
FARM. OX TI1UP.SDAY, OCTOI5EU14.
18S0. the undersigned assignees or Samuel
Ewing and wife, will sell at public sale, en the
premises in. Drnmere township. Lancaster
county, Pa., en the read leading from Geshen
Station te Miller's tannery, a farm
CONTAINING 143 ACRES,
mere or less, 20 Acres thereof being woodland.
The balance is in a high state of cultivation,
well fenced and well watered ; adjoining lands
of Jeseph Warden, Geerge W. Miller, and
ethers. The improvements are a Large
FRAME DWELLING HOUSE, with attic and
basement kitchen. Alse a I'.rick Tenant
Heuse. A Large Frame Barn, fiO by 40 feet,
with shed attached, and all ether necessary
outbuildings in geed repair. Twe geed wells
of water, with pumps therein, and access te
running water from every field. The property
is well located, convenient te schoels,chn relies
and ether public places : also te railroads. It
is two miles north of Columbia & Pert De
posit Railroad, and one mile west of Kldorade
Station en the Peach Bettem Narrow Gauge.
Twe orchards el choice fruit, one bearing, the
ether young and thrifty.
Persons wishing te view the premises will
call en Samuel Kwing, residing thereon.
Sale te commence ut 1 o'clock p. m., en said
day. Terms hy KAAC mMn
AMOS K. BRADLEY,
Wakefield, P. O., Lancaster County. Pa.
TIMIK EXTKNSIVK AUCTION SALK OP
X lfl valuable awl attractive building lets
advertised te take place en tlicCth, 7th and Sth
et October, 1SS0. at 2 o'clock p. m. et each day,
in the beautiful Kast Knd, en Clark's eastern
addition te Lancaster city, Pn., is attracting
general attention, and judging from the great
interest already felt !n it in all directions, will
be very largely attended by all these wishing
lovely' homes, with apparent certainty of ob
taining great bargains certain te rapidly ad
vance in'price and become a splendid specula
tion. These VM elcirant lets ure elevated, ac
cessible, healthy, are en East King and Kast
Orange strceto,tweof the main streets through
the city, and in the midst of and overlooking
one oft he loveliest spots en earth, in the im
mediate vicinity of the best schools, colleges,
churches, amusuicnts ami society, with water
and gas at hand. Te persons desirous of love
ly homes at low rates, merchants or mechanics
or men or leisure, this is an unusual oppor
tunity and should net be le,t sight of. There
are hundreds of persons every where (men and
women) who have a capital chance te obtain a
home and health and intellectual quiet almost
for nothing, with certainty of a large advance
for their investnientnt any time in case they de
sire te speculate en their investment. It is
certainly an unusual occurrence te lind a spot
anywhere combining se many desirable quali
ties, .se well calculated te give these embark
ing in it such unusual satisfaction. Fer $'25
cash ene of thec lets can be obtained and a
live years' credit allowed ler the balance of
purchase money. Omnibuses leave the court
house every twenty minutes free of charge te
all desirous et attending the sale.
l?OJl SALE OX jKfc'A'T,
IIUKLIC SALK OP VALUABLK CITY
PKOPKliTY. On SATURDAY. HKPTKM
l.KIt i", 1SS0, the undersigned executer of the
will of Killiau Keck, deceased, will offer at
public sale at tiie Columbia Garden hotel.
Seuth Queen street, Lancaster city, Pa., the
following described real estate cd" said de
ceased, te wit :
AH that certain onp-sterv and attic Frame
DWKLL1XG HOUSK with Frame Kitchen at
tached. Frame 15arn with Wagen Shed attach
ed, Heg Sty and ether outbuildings. Well of
water with pump therein, fruit trees and ether
improvements, and 4 ACUKS andSf! PKUCIIKS
of land, mere orless,thcretebelonging,situate
en the south side of Leve lane, in said city of
Lancaster, adjoining Leve lane and property
of Christian Kees and ethers.
Sale te commence at 7 o'clock p. m. en said
day. when attendance will bu given and term.':
made known by
Jaceis Guxdakei:, Auct. nugaJ-Th&Mtsd
Ten-roomed, two-story and Mansard reef,
Green Stene Frent Dwellings,
Xes. 429 and 4:53 West Orange Street.
With all the best m
ncluding Jenning's improved Londen water
closets, marble-top washstand, improved wall-ed-in
range, cellar heater, pertect drainage and
sewerage, deep, dry cellar, white marble base
and steps, &c, &.C. Let 'Ji by 2 IS feet te a 1 t-leet
wide alley, front yard 21 feet in depth, inclesed
with ornamental iron fence.
Fer terms, &.c, apply te
JOIIX II. MKT.LKK,
augSl-W&Slfd Xe. 0 Seuth Duke St.
JXECUrOKS' SALE Of CITY I'ltOP-
KIM'ILS. The iinuersfsmcd executers or
Michael Mu'.one. deceased, will exnese te sale
en THURSDAY, the 14th day el OCTOBER, at
7 o'clock p. in., at the Cadwcll Heuse, the fol
lowing Real Estate, viz :
Xe. 1. A Letet Ground en theX. Ii. corner
of Orange and Sliippen streets, witha frontage
of l'.)4 feet, mere or less, en Orange street, and
along Sliippen street northward 215 feet te a
public alley, en which is erected commodi
ous and well built Mansion, Xe. 301, two-stories
high with two-story back building, all In geed
repair; also en rear of let a two-story brick
stable and ether improvements.
Xe. 2. A Piece et Ground en Xertli Lime
street, west side, between Orangeavd Chestnut
streets, containing in trout en Lime street 117
feet, mere or less, and in depth westward (it
I'cet y, inches, en which is erected a two-story
Brick dwelling, Xe. I2S, with its improvements.
Xe. 3. A Piece of Ground en south side et
East Chestnut street, near Duke, containing
in front. 2,! feet and extending in depth south
ward (T, feet, en which is erected a three-story
Brick Dwelling, Ne. 1 1, witli brick building at
tached, furnished with water and sewerage.
Terms made known at time of sale.
WM. Ii. PE1PER,
JAMES M. I'.U RKE,
Executers of Michael Malenc, dee'd.
HUXRY SIIUBKKT. AlIL't.
-5SrANTED.--.EVIiKYP.tlDY TO ADVKK-
Vf Use, free et charge, in the Ietkllkien
CEiu. who want.s something te de.
-TIT-ANTED IN A DRY GOODS STOKE IN
this city a boy IB te IS years et age. Ap
ply at tins eiiice.
Office op tub Maiiesv Mutual Lipk Asse-
ciatiex of Sixixsouevi:, Pa. $
WANTED GOOD, ACTIVE, KESPONSI KESPONSI
ble Agents in each township of the
county of Lancaster. Apply in hand writing
of Applicant te the llemeOllicc.
L. R. HUMMEL, Sec'y.
Selinsgrove, Snyder county. Pa.. iSept ember
rilOLESALE AND KETAIL.
Ne. 227 NORTH PRINCE STREET.
f(() "WEST, FOK THE IS1LST COFFEES,
JT Sugars and Teas, Best Cigars and Tobac
cos, Best Wines and Liquors, Ask ler
Oalcdale Pure Old Bye Wiisfcy.
OS per cent. Alcohol. Invigorating Tonic and
the Hair Liquid. All at
Ne. 205 WEST KING STREET.
IN A meeting or the stockholders or the
Woodward Hill Cemetery will be held at
Roberts's Hall en MONDAY, SEPTEMBER
27, at 3-o'clock p. in., te take action en the ap
plication about beimr made te our courts for
increased privilege te our charter as may be
deemed best. J. IS. MARTIN,
A general meeting efthe stockholders of
the Lancaster Fire Insurance Company and
an election et eighteen directors thereof, te
serve for the ensuing year will be held at the
efhee or the company, Xe. 103 West King
street, en MOXDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1SS0. Be
tween the hours or 2 and 4 o'clock, p. m.
BENJ. F. SHENK,
Scpl8-Ctdeed Secretary ami Treasurer.
ISTATE OF WILLIA3I VIESER, LATE
r , ..nn..c.lnM nlf.. (lniHinciiil T..f,nfi flM2.
tamentary en said estate having been granted
te the undersigned, all persons indebted te
said decedent arc requested te make immedi
ate settlement, and these having claims or de
mands against the estate or said decedent te
make known the same te the undersigned
without delay, residing at Ne. 027 West King
street, Lancaster, Pa.
PETER ALLABACH, Executer.
B. F. Davis, Att'y. scplMHdeaw
17STAT15 OK NELSON TALKOT, LATEOr
j lloneybreok township, Chester county,
deceased. Letters testamentary en said estate
having been granted te the undersigned, all
persons indebted te said decedent are request
ed te make immediate settlement, and these
having claims or demands against the estate of
said decedent, te make known the same te the
undersigned without delay,reslding in Honey Heney
brook township, Chester county. Pa.
JOHN J. TALBOT.
Supplee P. O.
K. i Davis, Chester County, Pa
THURSDAY EVENING, SEPT. 23, 1880.
BY WIRE AND CABLE.
NEWS AT 1I03IE AND ABROAD.
THE PRESBYTERIAN COUNCIL.
IRISH CATHOLIC CONVENTION.
HAD P.LOOD IN AKIONA.
Difllciiltles Between the Americans and the
Mexicans) Miscellaneous Matters.
Church Council in Philadelphia.
Philadelphia, Sept. 2:1. The delegates
te the Pan-Presbyterian council assembled
this morning in the Chambers Presbyter
ian church, I! read and Sansom streets, and
forming in couples, marched te the Acade
my of Music, about a square below, where
the opening sermon was preached by llcv.
Win. M. Paxton, I). D., of New Yerk.
After interesting devotional exercises-',
Gen. Hurtrauftnud Cel. A. Leuden Snow
den assisted iu organizing the precession
from the church te the Academy of Music.
The latter building was crowded from par
quet te dome, and marked attention was
paid te the remarks of Dr. Paxton, who
took his text from Matthew viii., 2: ''I say
unto you that many shall conic from the
East and West and sit down with Abre
ham and Isaae and Jacob in the kingdom
of heaven." The speaker, after an elo
quent opening, dwelt at length upon the
past history and future mission of Piesby
tcrianism, and closed with a feeling refer
ence te the death of Hew William Adams,
D. IX, who delivered the last prayer and
pronounced the last benediction at the
closcef the first nicetinir of the alliance in
Edinburgh in 1877.
;. a. 1:.
The Indiana Knc:u:;iiiie:it.
Indiana' -elis, Sept. 2:. The Indiana
encampment G. A. K, and the soldiers'
re union, which convened in thiu city en
Tuesday, had a parade yesterday, in which
were the governor and state officers, the .
mayor and city officers. Secretary Thomp
son was te have delivered an address te
the gathering in the afternoon, but through
some misunderstanding that pait et the
A Hetel Clerk's .Mint alee.
Cincinnati, Sept. 23. A special des
patch says that a hotel clerk by mistake
reported that Secretary Thompson was
net in his room when the Grand Arm;.' of
the Hepublie committee called for him.
Trouble Brewing Between Mexicans and
San Fkancisce, Sept. 2:1. A dispatch
from Tucson, Arizona, published here this
morning, says bad bleed is brewing at
Guaymas between the Mexicans and
Americans. A new paper has been started
which violently insults all Americans.
Several of the latter have recently chal
lenged the editor, but he has declined te
light. The railroad company has laid out
a new town two miles from Guaymas,
called it New Guaymas and christened all
streets by American names. The Mexi
cans claim that this is unlawful and in
sulting te them. It is reported that the
railroad company has applied te tins gov
ernor of the state for protection.
IN l'OUEiON LANDS.
The New I'reiicii rilinistry.
Paris, Sept. 2:. The decree appoint
ing new ministers has been gazetted. The
papers of all shades of opinion agree that
the appointment of M. I'arthclemy St.
Hiliare, as minister of foreign affairs, is a
guarantee of a pacific policy.
(Scncral Chamberlain's Ripening Minims.
Londen, Sept. 2:1. It is understood
that when the pest of commander in chief
in India becomes vacant it will be offered
te Gen. Chamberlain.
The Bricrlicli! Weavers.
Londen, Sent. 2:5. The weavers of
Bricrlicld, Lancashire, have passed a reso
lution te support the Aecringten weavers
should they strike, te the extent of two
pence per loom in case they work full time
or a penny per loom in case they work
three days per week. There is greater
unanimity among the employers than ever
before known, and they are determined te
resist the demands of the weavers.
Hostilities ill Seuth Alrii-:i.
Capk Town, Sept. 22. Only a t-cctien of
the Taobeokies have joined the rebellious
Basutas. The colonial forces have had
several successful skirmishes with the
The "City or Chester " at Qiiannstewn.
(Jpcrnstewn, Sept. 2". The .steamer
City of Chester arrived off Hnche's Point,
this morning, and after some of her pas
sengers and mails were transferred te a
Qucenstewn tug she proceeded te Liver
pool in tow of tugs. ITer progress is very
Murder ami S11I ctdc.
Denver, Colerado, Sept. 2". At Les
Vegas, yesterday afternoon, Samuel Mat
thews while under the influence of liquor,
killed a young woman and then committed
suicide. Ne reason is given.
Invoking the Pupal messing.
Wilmington, Del., Sept. 2.",. The Irish
Catholic benevolent union national cenven .
tien in session here sent a cable message
this morning te the Pepe asking for his
blessing upon their labors.
Washington, D. C, Sept. 23 Fer the
Hiddle Atlantic states, northeast te
southeast winds, partly cloudy weather,
light rains te-night, stationary or slowly
falling barometer and slight change in
15AY STATU tSBEENBACXKK.S.
IVeuM Net ' Orcct " Solen Chase.
The Greenback state convention of
Massachusetts met yesterday in Worces
ter, 384 delegates, one of them a woman,
being present. Charles II. Litchman, of
Marblchead, was chosen permanent presi
dent, after some opposition en the ground
of his alleged recreancy te Grccnback Grccnback
Laber principles a year age. Mr. Litch-
man took the chair amid cheers and hisses,
and defended himself against aspersions.
He said, in the course of his remarks, that
he would support General Butler for
Greenback candidate for governor next
year in spite of his present lapse into
Democracy a statement which was "vig
orously cheered and hissed." A state
ticket was nominated, headed by
Geueral Herace Binney Sargent for
governor and Geerge Dntten, of Spring
lield, for lieutenant governor. Hcsolu Hcselu Hcsolu
tieus were adopted approving the plat
form and nominees of the national
Greenback convention at Chicago; de
manding the substitution of full legal ten
der greenbacks for national bank notes ;
that the U. S. bends falling due this year,
be net refunded, but paid off as far as possi
ble with the cash en hand iu the treasury,
and by the substitution of greenbacks for
national bank notes; that the hears of
labor be shortened, and the employment
of young children in exhausting factory
labor be prohibited; that a graduated in
come tax be established; that there be no
L increase of the standing army or that "in
sulieus military power under tiie neau of
militia laws;'' that the sufferage be uni
versal, and that no mere public lands be
granted te corporations. A resolution
sending gtceting te Solen Chase, in Maine,
was tabled ftTte 29.
What Herace Crcelvy Said Litre.
N. Y. World.
On Wednesday, Sept. 18, 1872, Heraco
Greeley, "the founder of the Tribune," tit
tered these words in Lancaster, Pa., the
home of President Buchanan :
" I am one of these who believe political
parties ought net te be permitted te exist
tee long in a government such as ours ;
that they should rise, flourish and pass
away when they have subserved the pur
pose for which they were created. The
dangers which threatened our country in
the past arc gene. We struggled and
suiTered together te preserve the
I'ninn of these slates, and net iu
the next hundred years will any attempt
te divide it Le made. We want peace
and the complete restoration of fraternal
relations. It is time for us te forget the
animosities engendered by the war, and te
kindle instead of baleful passions a feeling
of universal love. It is time for us te in
vite these who have been opposed te ns te
a feat around the common table. There
is room enough."
If Herace Greeley were alive te-day he
could net get these true and manly words
published iu the Tribune which he founded.
But he might utter them with applause
from any stand in the great Democratic
Piui.AiiKi.vuiA, Sent. 2!. Fleur dull and
v.-cak; suncriine&sriOgttue; extnt'Sl 0U4I;
Ohie mid Indiana family ;.tS5 75; Penn'a
tuiniivde : tie;?.." 'JT ;St. Leuis family ut 15600
tied; ".Minix-snta laiuily ." iVe:5 "'; straight
patent. :iml hi;;h grades id 7."(JS i".
Rye Heur at J.1 00.
W heat .si cad v at decline : Ne. 2 Western Red
$1 u'l'.ie.v'i; Ph. Red $1 CI IW; Amber
$1 U.mJl tx;.
Cern steady en local trade; steamer !i2
.Vic: yellow Me; mixed K!.VIjc.
Oatslirm ; Ne.l. White iiiiy,c; Ne. 2. de
llfrllJie; Ne. .:, de lulle; Ne. ?. MixeitSS
Rye scarce at ftfe.
Previsions quiet; mess perk $10 00l(!'.i;
bccfhaius fl.Suegir.lOO; Indian mess beef ut
SIS ."(: smoked Iuuiih at l-J12.J4c; pickled hams
tdWAc ; bacon smoked shoulders 37c ;
salt de liJiCc.
Lard linn ; city kettle at S)i8Ji,c ; loose
hiitclicr.i' e ; prime steam $s "51.
Knltcr steady ; fair demand; Creamery extra
:Ix;c; de. tfoeil tc choice iBtfpOc; Bradford
county and New Yerk extra. 27ilc; Western
reserve extra 'Jigilc ; dogeod te choice 17'Jlc ;
Rolls firm; Penu'a extra 21'JI; Western re
serve extra 212lc.
KcKSMtcadv; Pcmut scarce at S!c; Western
Olieexn streii-i; New Yerk full cream 13
lyc : Western full cream i:ic : de rair te geed
HitViyM; de half skims llllj.:c.
Petroleum nominal; none ellcring : refined
Whisky dull at $1 1.!.
Seeds Ceed te prime Clever dull at $77."
(i -l't : Timethy lirm at i'l 7.1&-.I !S: Flaxseed
linn at fl JiJl:M.
Kcw Verk 31aricec.
New Your. Scpt.il. flour .State and West
ern without important change; very moder
ate expert and home trade inquiry ; Southern
Wheat heavy ; !.WT!.c lower; Ne. 1. White,
Oct., I lyte; -Ne. 2 lied. Oft. fl -7 ; de Nev.,
?! us' (Ml " ay. ; de llec, $1 I !,.
Cern' a shade lower and weak; Sllxril
ueslcins't.''"-r',0r: ' future. aiWMc.
Oats without quotable change ; .State, -iSft'SO :
Western IK Iff.
Stock Mar ice t.
Nicw Yekk Stocks.
a. jr. A. ji. v. m. r. m. i si
10.00 tkliT, ll:.rJI 1:20 S:'M
Krie R. R :'m
Michigan M. & L. S....Ik;,'
Michigan Cent. R. R.. '.;
Chicago & '. W HhiYi
Chicago, M & St. P. . :i
llan. .V St. .. Cem :-
Teledo & Wabash :-.JM
Oliie.t Miei-Mppi ""!.'
St. Leuis, I. M..1:S.R.. .1155
Ontario ami Western. 2::'.a
CCA l.C R. R ia.;
New Jersey Central.. Z'.;U
Del. ii. Hudsen Canal. 31
Del.. Lack.. t Western .!)H
Western L'nieii Tel... ii7,'
Paeitii: Mail S. S. Ce.. :t3J.'.
.Manhattan Llevatcil. .-ih
Union Pacific t'.i
Kansas & Texas -
New Yerk Central
Cleveland ,'i Pitts
Chicago & Reck I
Pittsburgh & Ft. W
:y. :x ....
107 107 ....
littJS my, ....
XXW WA KHK
'. K'h 'i
'.7 in '.is;.-,
American If. Tel. Ce
Pennsylvania R, R...
" " P'd . ray.
Pitts.,TitusvV& 15.... lVJi
Phd'a Krie R. R
If 11. R.R's or N.J
Centra Trans. Ce
I.ecal Stocks aud IIeiuls.
LancCily 1; per ct. Lean, due lSS0...$iiiil
" ISS2... 10O
" 1S8.1... 100
" 1HW1... WO
" isur... 100
" .. per ct. ill 1 or ) years. . 100
Lane, and (Juarryv'e R. R.bend 10t
" " stock.... SO
Lancaster and Kphrata turnpike...
Lime, Klizabetht'ii aiiilMIdillet'n..
Lancaster and Frultville turnpike.
Lancaster and Lltitz turnpike
Lancaster am I Maner turnpike
Lancaster and Manlielni turnpike.
Lancaster and Marietta turnpike..
Lunc. and New Helland turnpike..
Lane, and Strasburg turnpike.
Lane, and Susquehanna turnpike..
I.anc. and willow street tnrnpiKe.
Fanners' Nat Rank et Lancaster...
First Nat. Rank of Lancaster
County Nat. Ilunket Lancaster
Inquirer Printing Ce
Lanc.Ciis Light and Fuel Ce. stock.
(A Medicine, net a Drink,)
HOPS, PXCUU, MANDRAKE.
Axd tub rcntsrr asd Rest Medical ycALiriia
or ALX. OTUER BlTTEBS.
All Diseases of the Stomach. Bowels, Uloed,
Liver, Kidneys, and Urinary Organs, Nervous
ness, Sleeplessness, Female Complaints anil
81,000 IN GOLD
Will be paid for a case they will net cure or
hclp,er ler anything impure orlnjurieusfound
"Ask'yeur Drmrgtat for Hep Tilt: cm and free
books, and try the Hitters before you sleep.
Hep Bitters MaHuractHriBtr Cpwj,
Rochester, New Yerk, and Terente, Ontario.
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