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LANCASTB DAILY INTELLIGENCER, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1880
policy in tbe Lebanon insurance company
ler $120. His entire less he estimates at
$.-i00. Adjoining Hcfler's stable Jehn Fen
stenmachcr loses one, and his less is sev
eral hundred dollars.
Te the west of the works the dwelling,
occupied by J. Smoker, and the east end
of the tannery arc slightly damaged.
When the fire had spent its fury and
there was no anticipated destruction of
property a second alarm was bounded.
JehnASuvder's small barn between the
house and" mill, jut en the eastern bor
ough limits, was discovered te be en fire.
The firemen with the hand engine were
seen en hand, tee late te save the barn,
but in time te rave the large mill which
was en fire at .several places. The barn
contained five leads of hay and two of
straw. Adjoining the barn were a hog
pen and an ice heu.se, both cf which were
destroyed. The only live .stock in the
building were four porkers which were let
out. This property is net insured and
foots up a less of about $1,000. Mr. Sny
der is new in Iowa, and no men were en
the prcmUes when the brand ignited the
A Mr. Bear, of near Saliin.ia. lepeils
that charred pieces fell in the field wlieie
he was plowing. This is five miles east of
the borough and seems almost inciediblc,
but the nutherilv is reliable.
A leek at the partially burned building.;
surrounding the ruins .speaks volumes in
the praise of the firemen and the many
citizens who lent a willing hand. It. !'.
Plummer, proprietor of the Washington
house .scvcilv sprained an ankle and is de
prived of the use of it- S. X. Eby, while
taking held of a fence burned one of his
hands in bli.-tcrs, making a painful wound.
One unfortunate made a misstep and
went China-ward. A change of clothing
was essential for his conifeii.
Mrs. William Dicrelf, overcome with ex
citement, fainted and Jay iiiicoiicieiiN for
some time at a neighbor's house.
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Vi-.lt te M:t:i!n,iiiiri.aiir.iitciina..
Yesterday niicnioeu twenty-one mem
bars of Lancaster l.idgeX". 07, 1. O. O.l'".,
left thi.; city in a large omnibus for Man
heim te pay a vi.il te the ledge of that
place. They arrived at Mauhcim at half
jiast live o'clock, ai.d, after pai taking of a
supper at the Washh.g ten home they were
willed' upon by a committee of the
Mauhcim ledge by whom they wcie
escorted te the ludgu room. Ar
riving there they were welcomed by
Nelilc r.inl JMnnw, ei me .Hannciin ,
iedge. who made a idiert speech. Dr.
Jehn Levergood, .M. I. Weaver, Franklin i
Oilier, Isaac Mihh-r, F. A. DiuViulerfcr, ,
W. F. Hambright mil Henry Swenlzel. '
r Jliiu nltv nlMi in:it!.' sii"cches as dill
a number of member.-. f t'.ie Mauhcim
i.hI.m. ACi.T i'h- .l.-ikiivr nil m-escnt foil
into ranks and marched te the Washington '
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hotel, where they sat down te an excellent
bamiuet prepared by order of the Mau-
heini ledge. While there the members of ,
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.cornet band, which played a number of j
nieces in iioed stvle. The evening was !
very pleasantly spent and the Lancaster
gentlemen stalled home about - twelve
o'clock, arriving here at two this morning,
well pleased with their visit.
A Herso Itrraks lis I.e.: IVSiile
Aleu :t Summer i.ii.iil.
Yesterday while Mr. ('has. S. Ibirn
the Jinn of SliaubVc Burns, this city,
driving en the summer read along
New Helland pike, a
shot I distance this
his hor.-e .suddenly
side f that village,
l:mii-d and slenned short. Mr. Hums tiet. I
out of the vehicle and found that tlie horn- '
had broken both bones of one of its hind
legs a short distance below the knee.
JIew the accident happened Mr. I'uriis
cannot explain. He is a careful
driver, was diiviug slowly en
a perfectly smooth ieai, in which tiieie
were no holes nor any ether known obstruc
tions. The hersedid net stumble nor catch
its leg in any part of the vehicle or harness,
aud yet both bones of the leg were broken
off. The horse belonged te Tlies. J. j
Houghten, liveryman, from whom Mr. i
Hums had hired it, and was worth "$0 or I
$1)0. Mr. Houghten is in bad luck with j
bis horses. Inside of three weeks he has '
iest three one worth $12.1 died of colic ; I
another worth $110 died in some kind of a '
fit, and hew a third breaks a leg in thisun
accountable manner aud had te be shot.
Seven Men In Uiic-I;rai,"
The Lancaster special te the Philadcl-
phia Pram " estimates '" the number pies- j
ent at the Republican meeting at Seuth '
Oucen and Conc-rega f ticcts last night at
3,000. Well, v.e have all nenrd tlie story
of the eystcrinau who, when he wanted te
order 10 h.urcls of oysters, thought it.
would leek better and de no harm te add
a, " nully or two " and was immensely as
tonished when he received 1,000 bar
rels instead of 10. That's just what
the Prcsx special has done. He
holds ciphers" in such low esti
mation that he slings them about re
gardless of consequence. The club 'num
bering 300 membeis'' paraded exactly 21
men by actual count. The clnb of " about
500" turned out exactly 50 uniformed men
and boys, and the ether clubs a less num
ber. There was at no time :W0 listeners
around the speakers' .stand,and the speeches
by Je. Miller Reinechl, Jumping Jack
Brown and Tobacco Jake Amwakc were
utterly devoid of point if net efslac.
The best speech of the evening and the
only one that created any enthusiasm was
made by Ed. Mellcn, a colored man of the
Seventh ward, whose really creditable effort
the i'ms correspondent docs net deign te
A ISey MISiinjT.
Frank Kahser, a sixteen-j car-old son of
Victer Kasser, cabinetmaker, West King
street, left home about four weeks age in
company with Samuel Gundaker, a lad of
about the same age. Gundaker returned
some two weeks age. after having gene
west as far as Johnstown, and stated that
Kasscr, in company with another Lancas
ter boy, was en his way home, but he has
net yet put in an appearance and his fam
ily arc much distressed at his absence.
Before leaving Lancaster be had been
working at the watch factory and was
induced te believe that he could get better
wages elsewhere Anether reason for his
leaving may have been that he was eharg
cd with having in his possession a few
pigeons belonging te Mr. Blickcnderfcr,
but which he declared were given te him
by another boy. When he left he took
nothing with him but the well-worn suit
of working-clothes which he were at the
time. He is rather a stoutly built boy of
medium height, and light hair, light com
plexion and blue eyes. Persons knowing
of his whcrcabentsVil! confer a favor by
informing his father, Victer Ka-ser. 2'2G
West King street.
Itcjiiibllcaii Ie!t--lial-in at Itarcville.
The Republicans of Barcvillc, Lcaceck
township, erected a poplar pole. 90 feet
long, in front of the postefliee. The pole
was cut en Sunday last, without leave,
from the weeds of Abraham Stultzfuss,
an Amish farmer. The meeting held en
the oceisien was a small one, and the
" precession" a miserable fizzle, there be
ing net mere than 32 persons in line, a ma
jority of them iion-veters. Speeches of the
usual bleed and thunder bloody shirt va
riety were made by Statesman J. II. Lan
dis and Wm. D. Weaver, embryo district
attorney. The attempt te get up a boom in
behalf of the De Golyer bribe, the Credit
Mebilicr steal and the New Yerk custom
house fraud, was a dead failure in Bare
ville, as it has been wherever else attempted.
ecn i;ix;utAii coniiEsreNOKXCJ
Political rire Matters-Factional Fight
T;ie lloreugli liutlget.
At a recent meeting of Company A of
the II. M. ZN'erth Democratic marching
club Ucrt M. Slade was elected captain
Martin II. Smith, 1st lieutenant, and
Harry C. Lichty, 2d lieutenant. The
company has a full membership. James
D. Sladc is recruiting a junior company
and had yesterday -about thirty-five names
en his roll. An" election of efficeis will
take place as wen as the company is
The Vigilant fiu: company of this place
will no doubt make a creditable appear
ance at the firemen's parade in Hagcrs Hagcrs
tewn, Md., en October SO. The members
of the eempanv who will participate aic
all having new firemen's shirts made for
the occasion and these who are net sup
plied with hats will purchase the same in
time for the visit. Then, tee, the appa
ratus will be put in the best condition and
will be gaiiv trimmed out in everything
which will add te the beauty or its appear
ance. If the company is net awaided first
place v.c will be disappointed.
After a het fight between the factions,
the Republicans last evening elected Cel.
Samuel Shech, president of the Columbia
national bank, colonel emeritus of the
"Colonel Shech marching club."' Harry
Mullen was elected lieutenant colonel, and
Jehn L. Wright, major. As a piemincnt
paitisan said the ether day, ' wc want a
man for colonel who will pay our tell
across the bridge when wc go te Wrights
ville se that we will net have any suchdis
agi eeable scene as we had in 1376. when
each man was expected te pay his own
way and a collection was made for the pur
pose."' The p.uty referred te is en the
winning side. Xew we will see whether
Cel. Shech v. ill reach down in his pocket
and pull out a fifty dollar bill te save the
disgrace of ach man paying his own way.
The light docs net end here, but will make
its power fell at the next primary election.
A ceui Is of weeks age a colored man,
who is employed by a Columbia merchant,
stepped a white woman who was carrying
a baby in the bridge, and threatened te
sheet her if .--ha attempted te inn. Not
withstanding tliL- fluent the woman ran
and made her escape. Xew, her husband,
who resides in thcceuiilry back of Wrights
ville, and who was sick in bed when the as
sault was made, is in search of the darkey
who, we believe, is new (t. The African
is known, however, and will be attended te
when he again appears about here.
At about nine o'clock this morning a
Sive-year-old boy named Fisher had his
leg i-aught between the wheel and bolster
of a wagon at ThSid and Cherry streets.
'The crying of
i scared than In::
the boy, who was mere
, saved him from possible
A false alarm of fire v. as sounded at
about eigltl o'clock iast evening. The fire
department turned out and turned m again,
.'ter which euiet was restored.
Tlie attention of the members of
the If. M. Xerlh marching clubs
of Columbia is called te the fact
that a meeting of the clubs will take
place this evening at the dilVnent head
quartcis. As business of an important
nature will be transacted, it is desired that
i all members of the clubs turn out and in-
sure a full attendance. The final arrange
i ments for te-morrow evening's parade will
! A portion of the t: Salvation Army'' was
in the M. 12. church last evening. It is
' said the Queen's English was murdered.
' AVc have at present a dull, gray, cloudy
I sky. and it may be the equinoctial is bear
i imr down upon us.
The steeple of St. Paul's Episcopal
church is being repaired and the willow
1 trees in front of the edifice arc being mu
tilated trimmed wc presume is the word.
The pole raising at Mark's brewery at
the "Five Feints' te-morrow, will be wit
nessed by a majority of Columbia's Demo
crats. The speaking in the evening will
he heard by as many.
1 he mercury registers bui ui degrees
cool. Wc arc new in the liush time of the fish-'
ing season. All fish bite well, bass being I
especially veracious. Several of our sports j
men during the last week have made big j
hauls, and he is a peer fisheiman, indeed, t
who cannot manage te
one en two
of the game fish. Tli
will seen be
te this date !
Opera house engagements
ha-. emit panned out we!l
aml politics being both tee v
things cannot be- cooled until
after election i
The hoes aie new doing te tin
M-aches what, earlier in the s-caen
did te the grapes. I
Je.-epb M. Wilsen, engineer of bridges .
and buildings, Pennsylvania railroad and j
branches, was in Columbia this morning .
en a special ear, brought here at 11:10 a.
in. Special engine. Ne. 21, took the ear j
c:;:, leaving here at about 12:15. Mr. '
Wilsen, we understand, is en a trip of ex-
The new int. rumen! s for the Citizens I
bind aie cxpTUvl lien- t.i-morrew or Men- 1
Jehn Harsh will give u set-out te the ;
Citizens' band this evening his birthday. J
( sther guests will also p.irtakc.
ilnuc:i-l: Apjilc, Pears anil Toinatecfl.
General Hancock, as everybody knows,
is one of a pair of twin the biggest pair
in the country and the biggest of the pair.
It is net wonderful, therefore, that his
Democratic admirers should lake some
pride exhibiting twin fruit grown by them.
One of the finest specimens in the city is
undoubtedly the twin pears grown by
Peter Winewcr 820 West King street.
They are perfect bcaut'ea growing from a
single stem and each measuring
eleven inches in circumference. They
will ne exhibited at horticultural
fair in the Northern market house next
week. Anether pair of beauties are twin
golden pippins grown en the premises of
.Jacob Zecltcr, Ne. 42!) North Queen street.
They arc perfect in color and shape and
arc as much alike as two peas. They, also,
will be en exhibition at the fair. Alnust
as beautiful are the twin smokehouse
apples sent us by B. 15. Myers, proprietor
of the White Oak hotel, Strasburg town
ship : and the ' fuunic-t
tomatoes sent us by Mr.
shall net place ours en
of all are twin
Myers but wc
Twe members of the
a company of English evangelists, arrived
in town te-day. They are young men and
are attired in bine clothes, with red cellars
en their coats. They wear stilV-rimmcd
hats, with a red band and a card, bearing
the words, " Salvation Army." They are
the advance guaid and arc selling books
and papers preparatory te the coming of
the whole force hither in a couple of
weeks, when they expect te "sweep the
devil out of this town with the gospel
broom."'' Tlie advance guard sang en the
curbstones, and will sing and held "an
original Jehn Wesley meeting" in the
square this evening.
Dillcr Luther, visiting agent of the state
beard of charities, came te Lancaster this
morning and was met at the railroad depot
by Superintendent Cox who took him te
the county hospital and insane asylum
which he inspected. He was then taken
through the almshouse by Warden Breck,
and afterwards through the jail by Keeper
Weisj. He expressed himself as highly
pleased with the condition in which he
found these several institutions. He left
Lancaster at 3 o'clock.
BVBDICK AAIXEN'S SHOW.
Their Appearance in QoarryvUle Yesterday.
Yesterday Burdick & Allen'a tent show
gave two performances in Quarryville.
The show arrived in the morning at one
o'clock and the brass band gave a short
parade. At both performances the tent
was crowded and the managers made
money. There was no ring in the tent as
no horses are used in the exhibition. The
performance was similar te that given by
variety troupes and the features of it were
the contortion acts of Henry Wentworth,
acrobatic performance of the Lorenze
brothers, jig (bracing and serio-cemio sing
ing by Miss Nellie Thernc and negre per
formance by two men who were advertised
as Pietre aud White. Several darkey
sketches were well acted, and the whole
show seemed te please the audiences.
This show was organized by the proprie
tors, both of whom travel with it, in Ohie.
They have been playing in the small towns
throughout the country te geed business.
They have about 20 people and 30 horses,
and their expenses are therefore small.
They appear in Delta, Maryland, te-day.
The OeinecratlcGlee Clnb.
The Hancock glee club, which has been
organized for the campaign, consists of
the following persens: GeoPentz, sr., and
Geerge Pentz, jr., airs; Frank Sheid, Gee.
Kissinger, Benjamin Myers, Jehn Frailey,
tenors ; Jehn Kissinger, soprano ; Geerge
Myers, alto ; Jehn Keller, baritone ; W.
C. Geitcr and Jehn Bradle, bass. Geerge
Pentz, sr., is leader of the club and com
poser of songs. The club will sing the
latest songs at the Mi'lersville meeting to
morrow evening, and will also attend a
number of ether meetings.
Flaud Nut a Fraud.
The Examiner having denied the state
ment that Daniel Flaud, a Republican
soldier of Bird-iuJIand, would vote for
Hancock, we have investigated the matter
aud find our statement exactly true, ex
cept that Flaud lives in Mt. Jey and trerks
for his brother, near Bird-in-Hand. Mr.
Jno. W. ltheads, a young Republican, saw
Flaud and asked him, and he answered
that he would vote for Hancock if he lived
until election day.
The Pennsylvania railroad is about te
lay two new tracks from their east yard in
Columbia te Dembach's lane, the distance
being nearly a mile. The contract for the
work has been given tc Messrs. Black &
Upp. who will at once commence opera
Henry Ritchie, residing en North street,
had the index finger of his right hand bad
ly cut by being caught in a cork sliccr at
the Conestoga cork weiks this forenoon.
The finger was dressed at Bechtold's drug
.-.Jere, Seuth Queen street.
Sale of Real Estate,
Mr. Henry Shiflher, near Bird in-Hand,
sold at public sale en the 21st inst., his
property, consisting of about ten acres of
land with improvements, te Henry
Slander, for -e, 500.
Constables Flick and Shay and Officer
F.emau went gunning yesterday for doves.
Flic!; went back of Pctcrburg and bagged
:i0, Shay and Leman went back of Millers
ville and bagged G3.
This afternoon a sheeting match is tak
ing place at the hotel of Jehn Echternach,
at Miilpert, en the Stras'uurg pike.
Nothing was done of any impertance in
coin t this morning, except the arguing of
several eases. Court adjourned at neon
until te morrow morning.
S-iIe or ISauk Stock.
J. 11. Leng, real estate agent, sold te day
at private sale, 19 shares of Farmers' na
tional bank stock at $100 per share.
Te Meet In Lancaster.
The East Pennsylvania Lutheran synod
adjourned te meet at Lancaster en the
thud Wednesday in September of 1881.
An Karncst Wish.
Kev. !:. V. J.. Cans', (Jalcna, Ills., writes:
" Fer ever ten years 1 hart been a great sult'ercr
liein pains in tlie small ei the hack anil region
et tlie Klrtney.-s, which was most excruciating
ami at times almost insufferable. Doctoring
id-ought no relief, except perhaps momenta
rily, ami 1 was linally ailvlscrt, being unable te
lnfnil the duties of my calling, te go abroad
and seel; the climate ei my youth. In Ger
many ami Switzerland, eminent physician",
alter cleiu examination, declared, my sutler
iiiss te ari-e Ireni disease of the Kidneys, et
longstanding, and could de mono geed. I was
however, benefitted by the climate and conse
quently returned. Xe sooner had I been hack
and resumed my pastoral work, when the old
i reuble grew again se intense as te make life
a burden. A few months age I came In poj pej
se ion of one or Day's Kidnev 1'ads, put it
en, and the etlects were truly wonderful. The
paint, at once grew les and are new, after
wearing the second Vav, entirely gene, and
there can be no doubt that I am entirely cured,
as I wiite this some weeks at ter its use, and am
strong and leek again the very picture of
health. I wi He thli perfectly voluntarily, and
and it is dictated only by truth and gratitude.
Indeed 1 consider the Day Kidscy I'ad Ce..
Gmf-. agents and great benctactera of man
kind. May nil the suffering be helped as 1 have
been . is my earnest wish." sSMwMW&F
Our Jlmmiinff Scheel Tonight. In spite of
r.ii-eiN te tlie cenliary Minnie Palmer's
itaiety company wiU'.this evening appear at
l-'mteii opera house in tee amusing comedy
of Hearding Scheel." Tlie place of Mr. Wm.
.1. .Sc-.mlan, whose withdrawal occasioned tne
reports that the engagement of the troupe
here had been cancclert. has been tilled by Mr.
Wm. Xagle, who is spekan of as au accom
plished actor. The company in its reorganized
fei m appeared in Heading lest night and the
Timet and Dispatch et this morning thus
notices the perfermance: "A delighted
audience greeted that charming senbrctte
Minnie Palmer, and her company et come
dians, lust evening. As tlie " spoiled child."
.Texsic Fairlevc, she was the incarnation or
mischief and Invention, and the charactcref
Use rollicking, carclcsss young hoarding school
ini-!, which she portrayed, was a literal tran
script from life. She Is full el spirit and nai
vete, and her laughter lleats down ever the
audience In rippling cascades. She is of the
Letta school of articles, thoroughly lin-b-.ied
with the realism of her
lele, and is Miblimely audacious as
t lie professor el" t he Alpha academy and assist
ant". Incidental te the comedy were some
capital songs rendered by Miss Palmer in
geed style and clear soprano. William Xagle
made a hit sis "David Deedle,'' a servant and
searcher after knowledge
Nutritious, restorative, quieting, strength
ening and purifying are Malt Hitters.
in i:at or West, or North or Seuth,
They te themselves an outrage de,
Who cannot beast a lresh sweet mouth,
With teeth like pearls begummed with dew
When SOZODONT all this supplies,
And works ihe charm before our eyes,
Ter baby and children what mere delicate
and wholesome than Cuticnra Seap.
Ne wonder the rush te Ne. 26 East King
street continues unahatcd, when people can
buy llrst-class beets and shoes at lower prices
than trash can be bought for elsewhere, as the
entire stock including store fixtures must be
sold out te close business, and as tlie store
room at present occupied a shoe store is te be
used for ether purposes.
Tl.n Ulnir nf VlnnT ClOtllg.
The new and artistic designs brought out
this season in the patent Likelecm fleer cloth
will, no doubt, give this popular article an In-
...,., I cim Tt ia !ia nnlV llOOr COVCrlnK
made combining In the highest degree the
qualities essential te conuert, elegance anu
..,.- rln noeniint nf Inferior imitations
see that the word " Linelkum" Is en the back
of every square yarn, ah carpei ueaiera ccp
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 REPACKING,
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.
H. Z. RHOADS & BRO., Jewelers,
Ne. 4 West King Street.
POLITIC Al. JIVLI.ETIS.
Pay Your Tax.
Every voter who wants te vetcm November
should leek atter the payment of his tar. Col
lector Warlcl sits at the Court Heuse THIS
EVENING fremC4 te 9 o'clock te receive it.
GO THERE AND PAY IT.
The name et WILLIAM MeCOMSEV, 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.
ELIMG. SNYDER, of the Ninth ward, wil
be a candidate for the Democratic nomination
te the Legislature from Lancaster City. Sub
ject te Democratic rules. til
There will be a special meeting or tlie City
Campaign Committee at the Central Head
quarters en Monday evening, September 27,
at 7JJ o'clock. Important business, requiring
the atteniien of every member, will be pre
sented te the committee.
The Sixth Waril Aincririis Club
Will meet at their clnb room in Schiller hall
en FRIDAY EVENING tit 7J o'clock. Busi
ness of great Importance will be transacted,
demanding thcatteiulance et every member.
Let there be a full tin neut.
There will be a special meeting of tlie Eighth
ward Hancock club this (Friday) evening te
hear report of Commute en Millervillc meet
ing, Ac. Uniforms ready for tlixtrilmtien. A
tell attendance Is solicited.
The regular stated mcctiug el tlie Ninth
ward Hancock and English club, will be held
at their clnb room, ever Arneld IhiaV saIoeh,
North Queen street, this evening at s o'clock.
en Saturday evening. Sept. 23. Speaker.-,: J.
L. Stetiimctz, D. Mc Mullen, 15. F. Davis. W.
U. Hcnscl. Pele raising at 3 o'clock ; parade
at 7 o'clock ; ppeaking at 8 o'clock.
Under the auspices of Third Ward club, at
Mack's brewerj', Saturday evening, Sept. i".
Speaking in German and English by Jehn A.
Ceyle and S. W. Shadlc, csqs.
Meeting and Pele Raising, Saturday even
ing, September 23. Speakers : H. F. Mont
gomery and tt. B. Risk, csqs.
General torchlight parade en Fi Way even
ing, October 1. Xe speaking.
Welsh Mountain Inn.
Trl-county meeting Wednesday alternoen
and evening, Oct. P. Speakers. E. 15. Wiegand,
of Reading; R. .1. Monaghan, of West Cluster;
II. F. Davis, D. McMullen, .1. M. Walker. .1. L.
Steinmctz, W. V. Ilen-el, W. If. Reland. .Jno.
Tuesday. October 12. Speakers: .1. W. Ferney
J. Luther Hinswalt. Cel. .lelni V. Ultehie and
en Tuesday evening, Oct. 12. Speakers : .Jehn
W. Ferney, .1. Luther Ringwall, Gen. II. Kyd
Douglas and ethers.
en Monday, October 11. Speakers: .lelm W.
Ferney,.!. Luther Ulngwalt, .. L. Sti-imnetz,
15. F. Davis, W. U. Hensel and Win. B Given.
Wednesday afternoon, Oct. tt (nnless
changed hereafter). Speakers, Ityn. Jehn W.
Ferney, J. Luther Ringwult, Cel. Jehn II.
Ritchie, E. McCaa, et Alabama. Gen. If. Kyd
Douglas, Win. II. Reland, Win. B. Given an. I
It Is impossible ler a woman afti-r a ralthtul
courseof treatment with Lydia E. Plnkhani s
Vegetable Compound te continue te sutler
with a weakness et the uterus. Enclose a
stamp te Mrs. Lydia E. Pinkham, 25.5 Western
avenue. Lynn, Mass., ter pamphlets.
Try Leclier's Renowned Cough Syrup
Statistics preva that twcniy-nve percent
of the deaths in enr larger cities are cau.-ed by
consumption, and when we reilect that thi
tcrrible disease in Ha worst stage will yield te
a bottle of Lechor's Renowned Cough Syrup,
shall wc condemn the suTercrs for their ncgli
gence.erpity them for their ignorance? Xe
9 East King street.
The secret et long lite Is te keep the liver
perfectly healthy, which is best aecempli-'.ied
by using only "Sellers Liver Pills."
DOCTORS GAVK H13I UP.
" Is it possible that Mr. Godfrey is up ami :it
work, and cured by se simple a remedy ?"
"I assure you it Is true that he is entirely
cnrcd.and .vith nothing but Hep Bitters nnrt
only ten days age his doctors gave him up and
said he must die !"
"Wcll-a-dayt If that is se, 1 will go this
minute and get some for my peer Geerge. I
knew hops are geed."
The Value et Pare Wlne in SicKncux.
The chief dinlcnliy with reliable wines has
been their scarcity and exorbitant price, but
this has been removed by the introduction or
a Pure Native Wine, produced from the Oporto
grape by Mr. Alfred Speer, of New Jersey. We
understand that he has submitted ins wine te
tlie test et many of our celebrated physicians,
and all concur in its purity, medicinal prop
erties and superiority te the best imported
vnr-t win., xiest. rt them nrescribc it ill cases
of debility, atlcctlens et the kidneys, and
chronic complaints, requiring a ionic, mi mi
derlllc or diuretic treatment. Examiner.
This wine is endorsed by Drs. Atlee and
Davis, and sold by II. E. Slaymakcr.
The remedy that will cure the many diseases
peculiar te women is Warner's Sate Kidney
and Liver Cure. Mether's Magazine. 5
Methera! Mothers!! Mothers:.!
Are you .disturbed at night and broken el
your rest by a sick child suffering and crying
with the excruciating pain et cutting teeth?
It be, go at once andgctabetlle of MRS. WIXS
LOW'S SOOTHING SYRUP. It will relieve the
peer little sufferer Immediately depend upon
it; there la no mistake about it. There is net a
mother en earth who has ever used it, who will
net tell you atence that it will regulate the
bowels, and give rest te the mother, and relict
and health te the child, operating like, magic.
It la perfectly safe te use in all cases, and pleas
ant te the taste, and is the prescription el one
et the eldest and best female physicians and
nurses m the Unlie.il Slates, seiu every wncre-
25 cents a bottle.
Rusamv-WnEtXA. On the 23d et September,
1880, fby the Rev. W. T. Gerhard, at Smith
Rndy's Leepard hotel. Mr Latta Russcl te
Miss Vlnnie Whenna, both of the Nickel Mine,
Lancaster county. "ll
Fbecbd KiszLEn. On Sept. 21, by Rev. F. P.
Mayser, at the house of the bride's parents,
Frederick Frcnnd.el Philadelphia, te Emma
Kinder, et this city. Xe cards sent.
WATSOH.-Fridaymerning,2lthinst., in Lan
caster, at the resldenceef hersen-in-Iaw, J. W.
Jehnsen, esq., Mrs. Maria IL, wife of Dr. Na
Funeral, Monday, Sept. 2", at 9 a. m., te pro
ceed by rail te Marietta. Interment at Done Dene
gal Her friends are respectfully invited te at
tend her funeral.
A ' AJrKTISMHT8,
PUBLIC SAX.K OF CANADA UOKSfcS.
On MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 27. 1S80, will
be sold at the Merrimac Heuse. Lancaster city,
V, head of the best Canada Horses I ever
brought from Canada.
Sale at 1 o'clock p. m.
SAMria. Hess & Sex, Aucts. scpi4-2td
100 Tens et Hags Wanted,
Fer which the highest price will be paid.
2'i CENTS PER POUND FOR GOOD
The highest price paid for Woolens, Ola
Paper, Beeks, &c. Teh ltag Asserters wanted
te whom the highest price will be paid.
JOHN A. SHOBER,
Cor. North Queen and Orange Streets,
yj-tfdRl Lancaster. Pa
A TK. JOHN D. MISIILKK GUAKANTF.ICS
ItJ. a delightful entertainment
FRIDAY, SEITEMBER 24, 1880,.
At the Opera Heuse by
MINNIE PALMER'S GAIETY COMPANY.
MISS MINNIE PALMER, WM. NAGLE,
and carefully selected company of Comedians
in the very successul comedy entitled MIN
Mis Palmer made as pretty and gracetula
hoyden as one could wish te see. Xew I'erk
Miss Palmer may be considered the Letta et
the present generation. Xew Yerk Mercury.
Diagram at Yeekcr'.s Bex Onice. s21-ltd
IILTON OPICHA IIOUSi:.
TUESDAY EVEHMJ, SEPT. 28,
The Jellie.st Comedy en Recerd.
An Established New Yerk Fayeritc.
ciwNiNii CLINTON HALUS gwjgKg
C. W. Ricliarden Manager.
NEW SONGS MUSIC, MIKTII AND DANCES
NEW SONGS DANCES
NEW SONGS flIIMICKY. DANCES
The Company net Excelled. All Metropolitan
Artists. Admission 35, SO Si 75 Cts. Reserved
heats 75 Cts. Reserved Seats en sale at the
Opera Heuse Ofllce.
Cluu. Melville, Business Manager.
j'OJi SALE OK JIEXT,
IjVX ECU TORS SALK Of CITV PKOP
U ERT1ES. The undersigned executers of
Michael Mat one, deceased, will expose te sale
en THURSDAY, the 14th day et OCTOBER, at
7 o'clock p. in., at tile Cad welt Heuse, the fol
lowing Heal Estate, viz :
Ne. 1. A Let of Ground en the N. E. corner
or Orange and Shippcn streets, with n frontage
et"4'.) feet, mere or les-s, en Orange street, and
aleng'Shippen street northward 243 feet te a
public alley, en which is erected a commodi
ous and well built Mansion, Ne. :0I, 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.
Ne. i A Piece et Ground en North Lime
street, west side, between Orange a"d Chestnut
streets, containing in front en Lime street 37
feet, mere or less, and in depth westward M
rcct4K inches, en which is erected a two-story
Brick il welling. Ne. 12S, with its improvements.
Ne. :t. A Piece of Ground en south side et
East Chestnut street, near Duke, containing
in front 21 feet and extending in depth south
Vi aril (a feet, en which Is erected a three-sterv
Bi ick Dwelling, Ne. 41, with brick building at
tached, furnished with water and sewerage.
Terms made known at time of sale.
WM. L. PEIPER,
JAMES M. BURKE,
Executers of Michael Malene, dee'd.
IlKN'UY SiiuiinuT. Auct.
4 SSIGNEF.'S SALK OF VALUADLK
i. FARM. ON THURSDAY, OCTOBER 14,
lsse. the undersigned assignee- of Samuel
Ewing and wife, will sell at public sale, en the
premises in Drinnere township, Lancaster
county, Pa., en the read leading from Geshen
Station te Miller's tannery, a farm
CONTAINING 113 ACRES,
mere or less, 20 Acres thereof being woodland.
The balance is in a high state et cultivation,
well fenced and well watered; adjoining lands
or Jeseph Warden. Geerge W. Miller, anil
ethers. The improvements arc a lirge
FRAME DWELLING HOUSE, with attic and
basement kitchen. Alse a Brick Tenant
Heuse. A Large Frame Barn, M 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 lrem every Held. The property
is well located, convenient te selioels-.chnrches
and ether public places : also te railroads. It
is two miles north of Columbia & Pert De
posit Railroad, aud one mile west et Elderado
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 Ewlng, residing thereon.
Sale te commence at 1 o'clock p. m., en said
ilaj Terms ly
, AMOS K. BRADLEY,
Wakefield, P. O., Lancaster County, Pa.
On SATURDAY. OCTOBER lrt, 1SS0, will
be sold at public sale en the premises, situated
in Colerain township, en the Neble read, lead
ing lrem Brownstown te Nertli Rend, about 8
miles from eltner place. The public read lead
ing from Kirkwood te Quarryville runs
through part of the farm, nnd the premises are
located about y. mile lrem thclermcrand 5
miles from the latter place, all that valuable
tract of land containing 82 ACRES, mere or
less, adjoining lands of Millar Harrar, Jehn
Swisher, Gee. Hegg, Jeseph McClure nnd
ethers. The property Is within 2 miles of the
Oxford & Peach Bettem Narrow Gauge Rail
road and about .r miles from the Quarryville
Ball read. The improvements consist et a two
story FRAME DWELLING HOUSE with 4
rooms en llrst fleer, cellar underneath perch
or south front, geed well of water with pump
therein, agoed frame barn with stone stabling,
geed pump in the barn yard, frame wagon
shed, corn cribs, frame hog house, carriage
house, weed house, stone dairy house ever a
never failing spring of water, and all neces
sary out-buildings. This farm is in a high state
or cultivation, divided into ".convenient fields,
under geed fences, and having access te run
ning water, geed orchard of choice fruit trees,
such as apples, pcars,pcaches, plums, cherries.
Alse grapes and a variety of small fruit. About
3 acres et the above is geed woodland.
Sale te commence at 2 o'clock p. in., when at
tendance will be given and terms made known
by WM. N. GALBRA1TH.
Administrator of Dan'l Harrar, dee'd.
S. W. Swisiik-i, Auct. sep21-ltdA3tw
WAJiTED. EVEBYBODY TO ADVER
tisc, frce of charge, In the Iotkixiekv
cke. who wauls something te de.
WANTED-A SITUATION 1JV A F11WT
class varnislier. Apply te IC. F., 113
Filbert street. 8tl
WANTED WASHING AND IKONING
at the house. Apply at 113 Filbert
Offick of the MAnesv Mutual Like Asse-J
ciatiex of Selissokevk, Pa. S
WANTED-GOOD, ACTIVE, KKSPONSI
blc Agents in each township of the
county of Lancaster. Apply in iianil writing
or Applicant te the Heme OlHce.
1 ' L. R. HUMMEL, Scc'y.
Selinsgrove, Snyder county, Pa.,t.Scptenibcr
xttiielksalk and retail.
Ne. 237 NORTH PRINCE STREET.
FRIDAY EVENING, SEPT. 24, 1880.
Washington, D. C, Sept. 24. Fer the
Middle Atlantic states, Tailing barome
ter, easterly te southerly winds, nearly
stationary temperature, partly cloudy
weather and rain in the southern portions.
BY WIRE XSD CABLE.
Afternoon Telegrams Condensed.
An international cricket match between
selected professional American and Eng
lish teams will be played at Philadelphia
en the 6th of October, which it is hoped
will serve te revive the annual contests
that formerly furnished one of the greatest
features of the cricketing year.
The fraudulent cabinet was in session
Archibald Ferbes, the famous English
war correspondent, sailed for the United
Lanny, the nephew of an archbishop,
has been acquitted of a murder en the
ground of insanity at Santa Fe, N. 31.
The total amount of silver purchased by
the trcasuary department this month was
1,103,000 ounces. All the mints are wel
Jese Bezagas, clerk in a store at Eagle
Pass, was murdered and the store robbed.
Wm. J. Tayler & Ce., English ship
owners, fail for 172,000, and a number of
smaller houses go down with them.
The commissioners investigating the
Narragansett-Stonington disaster censure
the captain of the Narragansctt for in
competence aud cowardice, and his license
is revoked. The steamship company is
also censured for net providing the Narra
gansctt with licensed engineers and the
number of watchmen provided by law.
Mew Yerk Market.
Naw Yeilk, Sept. 24. Fleur State and West
ern quiet and prices without important
change; Snperllne, S32.$4 10; extra de f38T
413; choice, de, $4 34 03 ; fancy de.. $4 70
05 CO; round hoop Ohie $4 15f$4 00: choice
de $4Cj3 73; superfine western $3TQ)l 10;
common te geed extra de $3 85fj4 23 ; choice
de de f I 30g: -2T ; choice white wheat de $4 15
(H (X); Southern dull, unchanged ; common
te fair extra f! trigs 23; geed te choice de
$3 30G 50.
Wheat a ahade stronger en While, ethers
without quotable change ; Xe. 1. White,
Sept., $1 OSc; Ne. 2 Red, Sept.. $1 (V.J.J ; de,
Oct.810G;;;lG7; de Nev., $1 US'jl IS'.'.; de
Dec, I W;iQ 1 0
Cern a shade lower and quiet; Mixed
western spot.SOJaseif; de future. .rnK;52c.
Oats without quotable change; Ne, 2, Oct.,
.'iSJ'c ; de Nev., :i8c ; State, KiQWiie : Western
Philadelphia, Sept. 21. Fleur quiet, but
stead)-; superfine $2 503 DO : extra $3 23Q4 (10 ;
Ohie and Indiana family $5 255 75 ; Penn'a
family de 5Xig525 ;St. Leuis family at ?5ne$
COO; Minnesota family $5 005 75: straight
patent and high grades $ft 7.rfirt 25.
Rye flour at 5(.
Wheat 11 rm ; Ne. 2 Western Red $1 0.vyl IW;
Pa. Red $10fi; Amber $1 OC10G.
Cern firm en local market ; steamer . 13c :
yclIew'M'lc; mixed 53K54e.
Oats linn, with geed inquiry", Ne. 1. White,
43c; No.2de41Ji12c; No.3le labile; Ne.
2, Mixed 3933e.
Rye scarce at iCc.
Previsions in geed Jobbing demand ; mess
perk $1G001(;25; beef hams ;18 WJQI'J en : In
dian mess beet at $18 50 ; smoked hams IVJS)
12c; pickled bams 'JjglOJc ; bacon smoked
shoulders GJ7c ; salt de tiic.
Lard linn ; city kettle at s'c ; loose butch
ers' 8c ; prime steam $8 '"7.
Rnttcr quiet and generally easier; Creamery
extra 32c ; tie geed te choice 2S;:ic ; Rradferd
county and New Yerk extra. 2G'ic ; Western
reserve extra 2223c ; de geed te choice 1020c ;
Rolls firm; Penn'a extra 2023; Western rc
Eggs steady; Pcnna scarce at2223c; West
Cheese linn ; New Yerk full cream 13J14c ;
Western full cream 13c : de fair te geed 12
-').c; de half skims llllc.
Petroleum neminal: none ettering ; re lined
Whisky dull at $113.
Seeds Uoed te prime Clever dull at $7 75
68 25 ; Timethy firm at $2 75Q2 Ml; Flaxseed
New Yeuk Stocks.
A. sr. a. M,
Erie R. R
Michigan S. & L. S...
Michigan Cent. R. R
Chicago &y. W
Chicago, M & St. P.
Han. &. St. .1. Cem....
Teledo A Wabash...
Ohie & Mississippi...
St. Leuis, I. M& S. R 50J4
Ontario and Western. 23,';;
C. C. & I. C. R. R 17
Del. & Hudsen Canal. 844
Dcl..uick.& Western !I0'4
Western Union Tel... ;
Pacific Mail S.S. Ce..
Kansas & Texas....
New Yerk Central.
Cleveland & Pitts
Chicago & Reck I
Pittsburgh & Ft. W...
American U. Tel. Ce.
Pennsylvania R, It....
FhH'a. & Reading.....
58!4 5S5 58 5S
15fJ 13 13 12
S2J4 52 B2K 52!4
3.1 Xy. '. 33
21 28 28J4 27
Ttiy. bVA 52' 51 y.
ay, vy, is" n?
sr.i 31 :r,X :
.... 15 15!4 15
170 170 170 171
Northern Pacltlc Cem 29!4
" " P'd . Sii
Pitts., Titusv'cS I!.
Phil'a & Erie R. R.
Un.R. It's efN.J...
Central Trans. Ce..
Lerul Met-ks and Bends.
Lauc.l'ity 1; per et. Lean, due IsSe.
' " 1...
" " 1805...
' 5 per ct. In 1 ir 30 years. .
Lane, and Quarryv'e R. R.bend....
" " " stock
Laneaster and Ephrataturnnlke...
lanc , Elizabetht'n andMlddlet'ii..
Lancaster and Fruitville turnpike.
Lancaster and Lilllz turnpike
Lancaster and Maner turnpike
Lancaster and Man helm turnpike.
Lancaster and Marietta turnpike..
Lane, and New Helland turnpike.
Lane, and Strasburg turnpike
Line, and Susquehanna turnpike..
Lane, and Willow Street turnpike.
Farmers' Nat. Rank et Lancaster...
First Nat. Rank of Lancaster
County Nat. Rank or Lancaster
Inquirer Printing Ce
Lauc.Ca Light and Fuel Ce. stock.
" ' bends.
CI O WEST, FOK THE BEST COFFEES,
T Sugars and Teas, Best Cigars and Tobac
cos, Rest Wines and Liquors, Ask for
Oakdule Fare Old Bye Whisky.
93perccnt.'Alcelwl. Invigorating Tonic ami
the Hair Liquid. AH at
Ne. 205 WEST KINO STBKBT.
NOTICE TO PAINTERS.
Proposals will be received for Hie paint
ing of the new barn at almshouse, as follews:
First. Fer the painting. Material ami board beard
ing furnished. , ...
Second. Fer the painting and material.
Rearding furnished. .
The building te have three coats of paint.
Best of white lead te Iks used and any shading
desired by Directors of Peer. The right te re
ject any and all bids reserved. Security
required. Fer further particulars call
en the undersigned at the huUding.
Bids arc te be addressed te the under
sfgned,in care of O. P. Brlcker. 29 North Duke
street. Lancaster, Pa., en or before MONDAY,
OCTOBER 4, at 2 p. m., when hlds will be
opened at Bricker's l,iwOnu:e&AcHMAV
i j m I4 HI 4..t
5-, .,. WATCHMAKER.
Ne.159 NORTH QUEEN. STREET, near P. B.
R. Depot, Lancaster, Pa. Geld, Silver and
Nickel-cased Watches, Chains, Clocks, Ac.
Agent ter the 1 celebrated Pantoscepic Specta
cles and Eye-Glasscs. Repairing a specialty,
Adopted by the USITED STATES SIGNAL
Measuring Rain-Fall Accurately te
the 1-100 of an Inch.
Fer sale by
106 EAST KING STREET,
Lancaster Watch Ge. Wait
WeSt Slid, ia i$k. cold ca-.iv.
WeSt Slid, in Uk. CuM Cases.
VV eSt End, in Silver Hunting Cases.
WeSt End, in Sliver open-face Cases.
Ne. 20 East Kin? Street, Lancaster, Fa.
In rich Silver.
In Elegant Plated AVare,
In Fine Diamonds.
In Foreign Fancy Goods.
In Decorated Porcelains.
In Cire.it Variety,
Te Suit Every Taste,
At Very Lew Prices.
BAILEY, BUS & BDLE,
JEWELERS, SILVERSMITHS, IMPORTERS,
12T1I AND CHESTNUT ST&,
902 Chestnut Street,
Purehasars who dosire te pro
cure fiem3 of unexceptionable
quality and real value at lowest
importer's price3, will consult
their best intere3ts by calling' en
Special attention is directed te
the magnificent assortment im
ported for this season's sales.
UOVSK VVUXISUIXU UOOiiS.
FLlfliN & BRENBMAN.
Would advise nil who con tern plain putting In
HEATERS or niukiii;; any alterations In tliclr
lic-.itlng arrangements te de se at once In-fore
the rn.-di or Full Trade begins.
THE MOST REMARI.E
Steves, Heaters ai Rises,
In the Market, at the
Flo & Brenem's
GREAT STOVE STORE,
152 North Queen Street,'
WANTED AT THIS OFFICE COPIES
Ot thC WEEKLVlXTElLIOESCEROf HlC fol fel fol
JAN. 1. 1880,