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LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1880
Jehn C. Linville, 10 varieties of wheat,
first premium, $G.
Peter llcrsliey, bebt peck of Fullz wheat,
Class 5 Demestic rrcductlens.
Mrs. E. Madigan, cherry wine, first pre
mium, 50 cents ; quince jelly, first pre
mium, 25 cents.
Amelia E. Gress, crock 'quince butter,
- first premium, 50 cents.
Mrs. P. Benedict, Clinten grape wine,
brst premium, 50 cents.
Mrs. T. J. Davis, preserved peaches,
first premium 50 cents,
Jehn IJ. Erb, cider vinegar, special pre
mium. Mrs. Jehn U5n3;l'j-,c:ab-apple jelly, first
picinium, 25 cents.
Mrs. Cliailcs Emmens, jar of peaches,
first premium, 25 cents.
A. . Keller, 0 bottles wine, first pre
mium, $1 ; jar soured pickles,first premium
Daniel Smcych, home-made soap, first
premium, 25 cents.
Mrs. Harriet IJ. Keller, 2 pounds butler,,
first premium, 2.
MLs Mary Gcist, 2 pounds butter, sec
ond premium $1.
Mrs. W. II. Seudcis, crock njiplc butter,
first nremium, 50 cents.
Mrs. Elizabeth Hoever, fimlbcst quality
canned finit, $2.
Mrs. V. E. Heinitsh, tumbler quince
preserves, firht premium, 50 cents.
Christ. II. Mayer, second best variety
canned fruits, 1.
Mrs. W E. Heinitsh, home madcbiead,
Francis Kieady, blackberry wine, eleven
years old, first premium, 50 cents ; apple
jelly, 25 cents ; canned psars, 25 cents.
Class Seven Tobacre.
Levi Jeffries, second premium, 1.
31. IJ. Eshleman, 50 cents and faverab le
Classes :;, it lO 11,1V Embroidery.
II. I. King, silk quilt, second picinium,
Mrs. Jacob EI n hart, first premium for
embroidered lambrequin, 50 cents ; 2 pairs
Scnit infant socks, 50 cents; 2 silk embreid
cred flannel .skill., 2: embroidered cicwel
work, 50 cents; crochet scrap bag,50 cents,
and worsted lamp mat, 50 cents.
Mrs. Imiiioeue Tedd, agricultural
wreath, fii.st premium 50 cents.
Mary 1). Lawience, hand made .shirt,
first piemium, $1.
Mrs. Jane Hess, veisled flower rug, 50
Leah IJalnier 2 :.efa pillows, 1 ; 2 tidier.,
second premium, 50 cents.
l'artlieniaKatliveii, towel, 50 cents.
Miss Kate Schwilkc, knit, quilt, fii.st
Annie C. Kathvim, pillow shams fut
JIr:;. Tiiemas .1. Davis, embieidcied
pilipper case, first piemium, 50 cents.
Mif.s JJelle I lager, embieidcied child's
.skirt, :a:end premium, SI.
Miss Amelia JJaehler, Iloniten l.icc hand
kerchief. fht premium, SI.
Mis. E. 11. Hager, crochet quill, S2.
Mis. O. J. Dickey, patch quilt, $2.
Mrs. A. YV. Woedwaid, tidy, first pre
um, 50 cents.
Mrs. Ruth A. Jliissur, 2 silk quilts S2.
Miss Emma llubcr, liemtiir.adc socks.
Mrs. Thus. J. Davis, child's emlnedercd
silk dress, S2.
Mrs. Jehn Uinkley, 2 pairs woellen
Miss Kate Rink, muslin tidy, 50 cents.
Mrs. Kate Uarr. toilet set, 50 cents.
Miss3IaryE. Eachler, hairwieath, sec
ond premium, 50 cents.
Miss Annie C. I limes, hand-made socks,
Leu ita Graver, silk quilt, second premi
um, SI ; cmbreideied pillow-sham. SI :
ornamental hair work, $1.
Miss Maria Keller, kuitruif, 50 cents.
Mary E. Keller, bead embieidcied sofa
pillow, 50 cents.
Jlrs. Annie Crawford, braided .ieque,
Mrs. Isaac Stirk, t ib'c spread, 1.
Laura Leib, point lace, 50 cent-. : knit
rug, 50 cents ; table cover, SI.
II. II. Shcnk, ufghaii, SI.
SalIie II. A'illc, braided cellar, 25 cents.
Class Tl.irtrcn Cabinet-Ware.
"W,,iHcr A. lluiuitsh, first premium for
parlor .suits, $. ; lin,l premium for cham
ber suit. S2 ; a f iverable mention for book
case ; liral jircmium for hat. rack, $1 ;
meritorious mention of dining chairs, li
brary table, extension table and com
mode. Class Feurtce i Saddlery.
Ringwalt & Zcclicr, favorable mention
for horse cellar.
Ames Rimrwalt, first premium, S- for
best double harness; first premium, SI,
fir best, display of horse blankets ; second
premium, $1, for display of saddlery.
31. Ilabt'ibusii, first premium for brst
single harness. $1 ; lir.st piemium for lady's
saddle, SI; first premium for gent's
.saddle. SI : for riding bridles, favorable
mention ; first premium for driving whips,
SI; fiist premium for best display, S2.
:i.iss l.'iltecn SIlHcellaneutiH.
Juhn A. Charles, 50 cents for crayon pic
ture:. 3Irs. Themas J. Davis and Miss Be'la
Hagcr, 50 cents each for hand-painted por
Wm. Urady, S2 for edge tools.
Francis U.ichler, old pennies, SI.
Hcisc fc Kaulfman, feed and tobacco
steamer, S2 and certificate of merit.
II. II. Hcisc, hydraulic ram. $1, and cer
tificate of merit.
Julia A. Keller, panel pictures, 50 cents.
A. P. Spencer, case of tiles, $1, and cer
tificate of merit.
A. L. Kreidcr, paint. Si and certificate
of merit .
High & 3Iai tin, S each for display of
glassware and chinawaiv.
W. F. 3IcSpnrrnn, penmanship, 50
Isaac Flower, S2 for best display of fancy
I. L. Landis, $1 for Iskc's bread and
meat slicer, and $1 for pos! -hole digger.
Favorable mention was given 31 re. E.
Madigan for ornamental vases.
15. G. Lefevre, for Davis verticil feed
Annie L. Rathven, crayon.
Leah Rainier, chrome.
Jehn R. Eib, mottoes.
Inquirer printing and publishing corn
pan, " Legal Rights and Duties of Farm
ers. 3Irs. Ruth, waiter 150 years old
Adcle Rarr, crayon peitiait.
Plant club, forest flowers,
Ju)ia A. Keller, ei
il fiiirl iM-n-.Mii iliMW
Jehn ii. l.iyilen, pen am
i,1 t -itw.il ilivur-
31. H. Ralmt-r, china vases.
fsamucl Roadman, chickens.
Isaac L. Landis, hayledder and nike.
3Irs. Kcrfoet, ornamental jar.
Walter 3Iadigan, old papers.
Antheny Iske, copying and writing
beard ; tobacco sprav ; fly bush ; secretary
J. P. Lebzcltcr, spokes and fellewes.
tl. L. Si oilman & Ce., cigars and to
bacco. J. F. Tanner, rotary harrow.
S. Pennock & Sen, read machine.
Certificates of merit were awarded Hcisc
and Kauffman for glass ball casters;
North & Ce., organs; Alex McKillips,
organs, piano and case of musical instru
jr.ents. The exhibition will close this evening,
and all who have net yet seen it should
avail themselves of this last opportunity
te de se. They will never regret it.
Death ei n Yeung Lady.
Jliss Helen Wcntz, daughter of Charles
E. Wcntz, dicdthismerningatlicrfather's
l evidence, en East Orange street, in the
20th year of her age, after a long illness.
Miss Wcntz was well known throughout
the city, and she had many friends who
will mourn her death.
Grade or Pupils.
The following is the grade of pupils,
eighty-two in number, in attendance at the
boys high school during the month of
September. Twe hours' home study is
expected from each pupil :
A. L. VTU wer DS
L. W. Herting 3
C. II. Clark- 1H
Chas. A. Miller..
Jehn A. Hoever.
Uebt. G. llursk..
.S. II. l.iclitv 01
C. L. Franlz SO:
W. II. Lindemuti... fcS
Win. G. Landes 87
G. F. Erisman Hi
15. A. Spindler. 82
Heward T. Hays.... 7s
Walter E.Kclley.... CC
Edw.W. Dillcr CI
.T.H. Hartman "l
Win. A. Ruckius.... Gi
Clia. Carpenter. 90
W. L. Gable
i:. 1). JlcCaskey
M. 15. Ulssinger
E. G. Eicholtz
Wilsen W. Fowler.
Ciia-. Winewer ....
W. 15. Helllngcr.....
Jas. II. Man-en
Win. C. l'yfcr.
Jehn K. liiincau
Harry A. shank 1
Harry R.Smith S.S
Cha". H.Obrcitcr.... SI
Dan'l II. Sunvjni.. HI
Win. D. Reck s.
Grant .Strinc S.
Uebt. M. Adams 8.
Jehn H. Hartiuau... M
1). S. .Sinilh i
llenrv ;'iliart 79
G( e. .M. Derwart...
. i:. islaymaker....
Gee. W. Cooper SS
Win. K. lVteri 8-5
Wm.;. linker 7S
Cli:w. D. Mycis
Gee. II. Ackertnan.
Menree 15. llirh...
Chu-. J. Zecher
II. 15. Shearer
Gee. I. KiUliiu
Jehn C. Suniplu....
Gee. E. ZclIeM
Kiluin l:. Garvin ... 7?
Cli:tr5.ci Wiant 75
Eclv. (J J5ursk 7-
Frcl. 1'ylur 70
Alir.im I.. Milcj G.i
Walter G.rrturs.... G5
C. SSlermfeJtz ...
E. .M. htene
Win. H. Anxur
C G. Erisman
J as. l'ntiiley
A. A. Alliritflit
Cha-.. 15. ISr.iilv
E h. -M. Hailiiian.
C. 31. McLaughlin..
T. W. hues-.erett
Jehn A. Clurles....
J. 11. Welelians
Cha-. C. Heir
Chas. G. UMIer
I.'ull Meeting in this County.
The fall meeting of the Philadelphia
presbytery of the United Presbyterian
church will be held at the Middle Octora Octera Octera
re church, Uait, Lancaster county, Pa.,
en 3Iendav ami Tuesday, October 11 and
12, 18S0. 'Following is the pregramme :
First session : 3Ienday, October 11, 7:20
p. in. Conference en the following sub
ject : " Sabbath Sanctificiilieii Hew te
'make it a delight aud net te use our own
pleasure.' Onencd by Rev. "V. AV. Rarr,
Second session : Tuesday, 9 a. m. De
voted te business et presbytery.
Third session : Tuesday, 1:30 p. in.
Conference subjects : " Prayer Personal,
Family, Secial' and Sanctuary." Opened
by Rev. Jehn Teas. "Family Litera
ture Paicnts' duty in regard te it."
Opened by Rev. J. G. Fitzgerald.
Feuith session : Tuesday, 7:30 p. m.
Lecture by Rev. J. 15. Dales, D. I).: '-3Iis
sieus a means of matciial success at
Resides the minisleri.il and lay members
of the piesbytciy, the management expect
te have present minister and lay members
of ether denominations.
The hospitality of the congregation may
be depended upon by visitors from a dis
tance. CtU!!T OF COMMON l'LEAS.
15c fme .liuige Livingston.
In the case of 3fary Kissinger vs. the
city of Lancaster, the defense called a num
ber of witnesses te prove that the gutter
where the accident occurred was net dan dan
geieus, and it was net necessary for per
sons driving ever it te observe mere care
then when passiug ever ether gutters. The
case is yet en trial.
IScftrre Judge l'attcrien.
L. Power vs. Benjamin F. Hookey, ac
tion en a promissory note. On August 26,
1S78, J. II. Feglc and E. R. Girviu gave
te Ren i. F. Hookey a promissory note for
$131. "This note was afterwards endorsed
by Hookey te the plaintiff and it was pro
tested. This suit is brought te recover
the amount of the note with interest.
The defense was that Hookey was acting
as agent for his Mstcr. 3Irs. Harriet Ful
nier, but he neglected Je insert the word
"agent" in the body of the note or en the
back of it. The "ury lendered a verdict
in favor of the plaintiff for $147.82.
The following es-sherilVs of Lancaster
county will act as pall-bearers at ex-Sheriff
Adam Hare's funeral : Daniel Hart man,
city ; Frederick Smith, Ceney ; A. E.
Re'beits, city ; R. F. Rewe, city ; Ames
Greff, city; II. 31. Rrcneinan, Strasburg :
and Sheiiir Jacob S. Mnue.
As Chas. Smith was driving Julius
Leeb'.s horse from 3Ieuut Jey te Lancas
ter, the animal frightened and started te
urn. Smith jumped from the wagon te
save himself, fell and was badly bruised
about the head. Tlie damage te the team
This me.-uiu!; Iheie was a heavy frost in
the valleys and meadows, which may by
icgarded as a notice te lieiists and gar
deners te take in the plants aud Uewcr.s
they may wish te keep during winter.
The frost that have heietofeie touched the
mountains and hillsides, have colored the
feicst trees with a bundled different hues
and seen the collect"! s of Autumn leaves,
will be in motion te lay in their annual
Chas. G. Council, whose death is re
corded te day, has been a resident of this
city for some years and was an experi
enced pi inter and proof reader, lie came
hither from Philadelphia, where he was
cetuu'cteu with tin press in various capac
ities. Tlie Ka'iiln el I'araili.
Fer the information of all concerned wc
republish below the leute ever which the
Democratic parade will move te-night.
The column will form en Orange and
Chestnut streets, the right, lesting en North
Queen and move as fellows :
Down North and Seutli Queen streets
(passing monument en east hide) te Mid
dle, te i'asfc King, te Plum, te Grange, te
Duke, te Ficdcrick, te North Queen, le
James, te Mulberry, te Orange, te Mary,
te AVest Kinjj. te Deiwart, te Maner, te
West King, te East King, (pascing monu
ment en south j-idc), te Ann, and counter
march te Centre Square and dismiss.
Democratic citizen voters net equipped
will march at the head of their iwpcctive
Sale of Real Kstale.
Samuel Hess & Sen, auctioneers, sold at
public -sale, en Thursday, September 28th,
en the premises in East Earl township,
this county, for Elias Dillcr and Henry K.
Graybill, executers of Jacob Dillcr, deceas
ed, a farm with improvements containing
10 acres, te Elias Dillcr for 142.10 per
acre. Ne. 2, at met of sprout land con
taining 5 acres te Jacob Getz for $10 per
acre. Ne. 3, a tract of sprout land con
taining 3 acres te Jacob (Jetz for $20 per
acre. Ne. -1, :i tract of mountain sprout
land containing le acres te Jehn Itanck
for $11 per acre 1 he whole amounting te
Election of Ofiiccrs.
At a meeting held of Company C, Han
cock veterans last evening, the following
officers were elected .
Captain Jehn Bartholemew.
1st Jjicutcnant Samuel W. Kill:.
2d " Jehn Ferry.
1st Sergeant Jes. II. Adams.
" Wm. Andrews.
A Yeung 3lan Smothered by Lime.
This morning Geerge Swisher, aged 18
years, son of Patrick Swisher, who resides
in Eden township, about two miles cast of
Quarryville, met with a fatal accident.
The young man fell into the top of a lime
kiln en the farm of Israal Montgomery,
aud before he could ba get out was smoth
ered by the lime.
Condensed CelaatMs TStmwt.
There arc new 80 Hancock Invindbles
and there will be mere. They -will equip.
Rev. Chas. Winbigler, of the Church of
Ged, will preach en Sunday night en "The
present and future kingdoms are signs of
the times and their outgrowth."
Samuel Evans and wife have gene te
Weit Chester te visit their daughter at
3lr. Wm. Darlington's school.
The Keystone club will be presented with
a flag by the ladies this evening, audit
will be stretched en a rope, attached te a
pole, raised opposite the club rooms yester
day. Mr. and 31rs. Charles liayler, et lerk,
Pa., were in town this morning.
A little boy fell from Billy Mullen's
wagon at Fifth and Locust streets, this
morning, and cut his head. The concus
sion rendered the boy unconscious, and it
was several minutes before he was restored
te his senses.
It is given out here that the Frederick
county, 3Id., fair has been postponed
for one' week. This will make the day of
opening October 19th.
Rebert Crane, jr., an old Columbian
was initewn te-day.
The Intcr-Oceau circus will show in town
en October 21 Thursday.
Charlss Emerine a Pennsylvania railroad
freight brakeman, had his hand squeezed
3'esterday, while coupling cars. The in
jury is net serious.
Isaac Tayler was last cveuing elected
captain of the Hancock Veteran company
Company "C," Captain Ed. B. Eck
mau's company of the Shech's battalion,
will held a business meeting this evening.
Fin in Marlle.
Yesterday morning a carpenter shop and
weed heuse en the farm of Gen. Geerge
31. Stcinman, in 3Iartie township, caught
fire in some manner and were destroyed in
a short time. The alarm was sounded
when the lire was discovered, which was
about 4 o'clock, and the neighbors came
te the rescue in time te prevent the tire
from spreading. The reef of the kitchen
was en Are once but it was extinguished.
The buildings which were burned, wcre in
sured. Alleged Uerse Tblet.
Coustable Jehn Warfel this morning
bi ought a man te town from Christiana
who was arrested en suspicion of being a
horse thief. The herse which he had in
his possession closely resembled the one
that was hired from Frederick Brimmer
and never returned. 3Ir. Brimmer went
te Christiana this morning, and after look
ing at the animal found that it was net
his. The suspected thief is in jail.
A large stock et overcoats of the latest style
and the prettiest or patterns for men, youths,
boys and children, Just received by William
son & Fester- Their greatest novelty Is a Re
versible Overcoat. ltd
question. Why Is the Parler Shoe Stere
always crowded people who buy large lets of
beets and shoes?
A nswer. The cut 1 re stock of t ha Parler Shoe
S ".ere, including store fixture, is being sold
out nt great sacrifice in order te close business
by January 1, 1631, and as the people can buy
llrst-class beets and Shoes at lower prices than
shoddy can be bought elsewhere. They go
there te secure bargains, at Xe. East King
slreet, oppesitu Lancaster county national
Clergymen, lawyers and authors uud Malt
Hitters a pure aud sate iuTigerant.
Dogs transmit It through their tccll:. Tseth
should be kept free from rlrus. Use SOZO
DON'T, keep the human teeth clean, and no
damage can be dene by the man who says te
his girl, I feel like eating yen up, dearest."
iicsteie, refresh ami beautify the skin with
Cuticnra Medicinal Toilet Seap.
Pay Your Tax.
Every voter who wants te Totem Xeyember
should leek alter the payment of his tax. Col
lector Warlel sits at the Court Heuse THIS
EVEXIXO lremejf toOe'tlock te receive it
UO THEI1E AXD PAT IT.
The name or WILLIAM McCOMSF.Y, of the
First ward, will be presented te the Demo
cratic electors et Lancaster nt their primary
elections te nomlnate a cundldnt for As
sembly, under Democratic rules.
KI.IMC. SXYDEK, of the Ninth wan I, wll
be a candidate for the Democratic nomination
te the Legislature from Lancaster City. Sub
ject le Democratic rules. til
Company O and I Veterans
will meet at Headquarters for uniforms en
1'riday evening at C$ o'clock sharp.
Attention, Second Ward.
A special meeting of the Second ward club
will be held at Kanslng's Union hotel, opposite
Pennsylvania it. it. depot, Chestnut street,
Thursday evening, at 8 o'clock. Every Dem
ocrat in the ward is requested te be present.
These net wishing te uniform will be furnish
ed with u torch. On Friday evening the club
will meet at the above place, at 7 o'clock
sharp, fully uniformed, te participate in gen
end parade. The members will wear whlte
Third Ward Club.
The members of tlie Third Ward Hancock
and English club arc requested te meet at the
Central Headquarters this reulng at 7oVleek.
Tlie members of the Fourth ward club will
meet this evening at Uethwcller's hall, fully
equipped, with white gloves, for parade. A
full attendance is requested. Persons who nre
net equipped are personally invited te join.
The Fifth Ward Hancock club will mect at
their headquarters en Friday evening, at M"
sharp, for parade.
Mxtli Ward-Atiiericus Club.
The regular meeting of the club will be held
te-morrow (Friday) cvcningatTo'clecksbarp.
An important business meeting will be held
before marching in the parade. The numbers
("G") ler the caps can be had nt Baa & Mc
Culley's store free le all members.
The Yeung Man's club et the Seventh waid
are requested te meet at their headquarters
en Friday evening at 7 o'clock, sharp, uni
formed. Tlie members will wear white gloves.
Attention Eighth Ward!
Turn out ler the great terclilight parade to
morrow (Friday) evening. The Eighth Wanl
battalion will form at C:45 p. in. en High
btrcct, right resting en Filbert alley, anil pro
ceed from thence te West Orange btrcct and
take their place In the line. Py order of Fred.
E. SUread, commanding Battalion.
The regular stated meeting of the Ninth
Ward Hancock and Englsh club will be held
at their club room ever Arneld Haas's saloon,
Xprth Queen street, en Thursday evening, at
7"- o'clock. Every member Is desired te be
present as arrangements will be made ter the
parade en Friday evening. Alse the balance
of equipments will be distributed te these
members who have net received them yet
Netico te Mounted Men.
All mounted men wishing te participate in
the parade will meet at the corner of Mulberry
and Chestnut streets at 7. o'clock, sharp.
It is impossible ler a woman after a faithful
course or treatment with Lydla E. Plnknam s
Vegetable Compound te continue te luffer
witli a weakness et the uterus. Enclose a
stamp te Mrs. Lydla E. Plnkliam, 233 Western
avenue. Lynn, Mass., for pamphlets.
" Sellers' Liver Pills" are working mere real
geed in one year than all ethr proprietary
medicines. ?5 cents per box.
Du. itnowsixe's Tonic and Alterative is the
popular Weed Purifier, Tonic, eta, because it
is mode by a Regular Graduate et Medicine, Is
the result et scientific research, Is accurately
and elegantly compounded, wonderfully effi
cacious, is taken in very small doses, and is
pure, clean, and pleasant te the taste. Price
50 cents and $1. Fer sale by the Proprietor. W.
Champien Browning, M. 1)., 1117 Arch Street,
Philadelphia, and nil Druggists.
Amnng 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 REPAININO,
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.
Help te aiethers Nursing Iufantn.
It is a conceded fact that mothers who have
the care, anxiety ami draught et nursing in
lanls, nre weak and need the aid et sonic
strengthening tonic te ma!:c up the nourish
ment required ler the growth of the child.
Ale, porter and lager beer have often been re
commended. Of late, since physicians have
become aware that the Pert Unmc Wine pro
duced by Alfred bpecr, of Passaic. X. J., is
strictly pure, they have prescribed it instead
ofale and porter. This wine U principally
Bought for by mothers who hare nursing in
fants at the breast, as the best supplying medi
cine te be found. The wine U rich in body and
net Intoxicating, but gently stimulating.
Druggists generally keep it. Enquirer.
Tills wine is endorsed by llrs. Atlee and
Davli), and sold by II. E. Slaymaker.
Ask your druggist for " Dr. Lindscy's Bleed
Searcher." It will drive out bad bleed, give
yen health mid long life.
Poverty and Suffering.
"I was dragged down with debt, poverty and
suffering ter years, caused by a sick family and
large bills for doctoring, which did them no
geed. 1 was completely discouraged, until
ene year age, by the advice of my pastor, I
procured Hep Hitters and commenced their
use, and in one month we were all well, and
none of us have seen a sick day since, and 1
want te say te all peer mcn.yeu can keep your
families well a year with Hep Bitters ler less
than one doctor's visit will cost. A Working
Mothers! Mothers!! MetliersM!
Are you disturbed at night and broken ei
your rest by a sick child suffering and crying
with the excruciating pain or cutting teeth?
It be, go at ence anil gctabettlc of MUS. WINS
LOW'S SOOTHING SYKUP. I twill relieve the
peer little faiillerer immediately depend upon
It; there is no niKtakc about it. There 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
and health te the child, operating like magic.
It is perfectly safe te use in all cases, and pleas
ant te the ta-te, anil Is the prescription et one
et the eldest and best female physicians and
nurses in the United States. Sold everywhere
2" cents a bottle. fill-lvd fewM.W&S
Heiizoe. September SO, l&e, Jacob llerzeg, of
Lima, Allen county, Ohie, lermerly of Lancas
ter, in his C'Jth year. ltd
Baiib. At Barcville, en September SO,
Adam Bare, in the thM year of his age.
The relatives und friends et the deceased are
respectfully invited te attend his funeral from
his late residence, en Sunday, at 10 o'clock. In
Urmaat at liener's chureh.
Cefutt. Inthis city, Oct. 1, 1330, Charles G.
Cennell, in his 55th year.
The relatives and triendsare respectfully in
vited te attend the funeral from his late resi
dence, corner et Llme und Lemen streets, en
Sunday attcrnoen, October 3, at 3 o'clock.
Philadelphia Ledger, please copy.
Wmtz. On the 1st inst., Mary Helen Wcntz,
in iiur aim yenr.
The friends of the family are Invited without
further netice te attend the iuucral from the
rcsldcnce et her father, Chas. E. Wcntz, Xe. 45
K. Orange street, en Monday, the 4th inst, at
10:30 a.m. . 2td
TANTED lOO ROYS TO SELL A KK
li het Edition of
te-morrow. Apply at News Stand
West King and i-rinee streets.
; An old established business stand and
dwelling known ns Mrs. Jehn P. Well s
grocery stand nt 701 North Queen street. Kent
reasonable. Possession givpn immediately.
Apply te JOHX P. WOLF.
el-2d 211 Xerth Mulberry Street.
MRS. C. LILliEK,
Miuiuluctuieraiid Denier In Hair Werk Gents'
Wigs. Combines strah'htened und made te or
der. Hair Jewelry of u.l kinds made up. ANe
Kid Gloves and Fc ithers cleaned and dyed "nt
Xes. 225 and 2J7 North Queen street, foiirdeoi-s
ubeve P. It. It. Depot. eKInnl
1 In the Cem of Common Mean for the
County of iMncaxfer :
Xotice is hereby given that an Application
will bemade te sniil Court en MONDAY. OC
TOI1EK 23, 188), at 10 o'clock, a. m. for the ap
proval of a certain Amendment te the Charter
of the Woodward Hill Cemetery of the City of
Lancaster, as set forth in the Petition for tin;
allowance el said amendment 11 led in said
t'eurt. A: J. EUEKEY,
ect 1.H.10 Solicitor.
TULTON OPERA HOUSE.
POSITIVELY ONE NIGHT ONLY.
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1880.
In Sheridan s Famous Comedy of
Presenting the following GREAT CAST :
Mrs. Jehn Drew as
3Ir. Fred Robinson as
Mr. Chas. Waverly as
Mr. M. Barrymerc us
Miss Resa Rand as
Scats ma" new be seen rail at Yeckcr's Ful
ten Opera .louse. 01,2,4 5d
100 Tens et Rags Wanted,
Fer wbicli the highest price will be paid.
2ii CENTS PER POUND FOR GOOD MIXED
RAGS. -Jii CENTS PER POUND FOR
The highest price paid ler Woolens, Old
Paper, Beeks, Ac. Ten Rag Assertcrs wanted,
te whom the highest price will be paid.
JOHN A. SHOBER,
Cor. North Queen anil Orange Streets,
yS-tfdRl Lancaster. Pa
KIDNEY WettX JJ-OB SALE AT LOCH
crs' Drug Stere, 9 East King street.
CRAYON PORTRAIT ARTIST,
SIGN AXD OBXAMEXTAL PA1STIXB,
4 WEST KING STREET.
WANTED. .EVERYBODY TO ADVER
te, free of charge, in thu Ihteixiekx
ckb, who wants something te de.
WANTED AT THIS OFFICE COPIES
of the WKEKLYlSTELLinEscEROt'thc fol
lowing date :
J AX. 1, 1SS0,
Office of the Mauevt Mutual Life Asse- I
CIATIOX OF SELIXSOKOVK, Pa. J
WANTEDGOOD, ACTIVE, RKSPONSI
ble Agents in each township of the
county et Lancaster. Applvin hand writing
or Applicant te the Heme Office.
L. It. HUMMEL, See'v.
Selinsgrove, Snyder county. Pa.. tSeptcmlcr
EXECUTORS' SALE OF CITY P
EB.TV. On FRIDAY, OCIOBEK 13
the undersigned executers of Henry Steigcr-
wair, deceased, win expose te sale, at 7 o'clock
p. in., at the Leepard Hetel, East King street,
a Let or Piece et (J round, situated en the east
side of Seuth Queen street, in the city of Lan
caster, Ne. 305. Said let containing in front, en
said Seutli Queen street, 17 feet and 4 inches,
and extending in depth of that width eastward
te Strawberry street, whereon Is erected a
geed two-story-and-a-hair DUICK DWELL
ING HOUSE, with a two-story Back Building
attached, Hydrant, Fruit Trees, and ether im
Tenus made known at time of sale by
MICHAEL V. STEIGEKWALT,
WM. B. STEIGEKWALT,
Executers et" Henry Stcigerwnlt, dee'd.
llKN'UY SnuBKirr, Auct. s-30-e4,7,ll,lt
On WEDNESDAY, OCTOBEU 13, 1SS0, in
pursuance of an alias order of the Orphans'
Court of Lancaster county, the undersigned
administrator with the will annexed of Joan Jean
na Barry, deceased, will sell at public sale at
he Leepard hotel, East Ling street, in the
ity of Lancaster, the following described
property, viz : All that certain two-story and
attic BRICK DWELLING HOUSE and ether
buildings and Let or Piece of Ground belong
ing thereto, situated en the North side of East
King street, in the city of Lancaster, being Xe.
313, containing in front -21 feet, mere or less,
and extending in depth northward '2I5 feet,
mere or less, te a 14 feet wide public nllcy, and
having a front of said alley et 23 feet, mere or
le-.s, with a geed Brick Stable.
Terms : Purchase meuev te be paid cash en
the 1st day et April, A. D. 1SS1.
Sale te commence at 7 o'clock, p. m of said
day when attendance will be given anil terms
made known by.
Uemit SuuuEirr, Administrator, C. T. A.
Y AMIABLE HEAL. ESTATE AT PRI
VATE SALE. Is offered at private sale
all that valuable property situated in West
Lampeter township, known us "lieckv
Springs," containing 27 ACKES, mere or less,
of which about 22 Acres is fertile farm land,
and the remainder weeds, being the well
known Picnic Grounds, en which are erected
a large Twe-story slate-reef IiltlCK DWELL
ING, with a Twe-story slate-reef Brick flack
Building, and a large and commodious Barn,
new Tobacco Shed, Heg Sty. Cern Crib, and
ether outbuildings. Alse contains a thriving
young Apple Orchard and a large spring et
ncver-taillng water. The farm land Is fertile,
well-watered and especially adapted te raising
tobacco, and the weeds has long been a popu
lar picnic greand, with a large dancing plat
form, tables, benches, etc. Being situated
within a mile of Lancaster city limits, it Is
easy et access te market, stores, etc. Fer
terms nnnlv te
MBS. CATHARINE TRISSLEK.
130 East King street. Lancaster, Pa.
IXECIirOIW SALE OP CITY P1MIP
!i EUT1ES. The undersigned executers of
Michael Matenc, deceased, will expose te sale
en THURSDAY, the 14th day et OCTOBER, at
7 o'clock p. m., nt the Cadwell Heuse, the fel
lowing Heal Estate, viz :
Ne. 1. A Let et Ground en the N. E. corner
of Omnge and Sliippen streets, withatrentnge
of Wi feet, mere or less, en Oraiiftc street, and
alenpf Shippcn street northward 215 feet te a
public alley, en which is erected a commodi
ous and well built Mansion, Ne. 301, two-stories
high with two-story hack building, all in geed
repair; also en rear of let a two-story brick
stable and ether improvements.
Ne. '.". A Picco et Ground en Xerth Lime
street, west side. between Orangt;a"il Chestnut
streets, containing in front en Lime street 37
feet, mere or less, and in depth westward C4
fcet4!C inches, en w hieh is erected a two-story
. Prick i welling. Ne. V2S, with its improvements.
Ne. 3. A 1'iece el Ground en betitn sine el
East Chestnut street, near Duke, containing
in front teetand extending in depth .south
ward (!i feet, en which is erected a three-story
iirick Dwelling, Ne. 41, with brick building at
tached, furnished with water and sewerage.
Terms made known nt time of sale.
WM. L. PEll'EIS,
Executers of Michael Maleup, dee'd.
IlEXKV SiiUBiaiT. Auct.
riniE EXTENSIVE AUCTION SALE OF
X 120 valuable ami attractive building lets
advertised te take place en theCth, 7th aud titli
et October, 18S0, at 2 o'clock p. in. et each day,
in the beautiful East End, en Clnrk's eastern
addition te Lancaster- city. Pa., is attracting
f;encrnl attention, nml Judging from the great
uterest already felt In it in all directions, will
be very largely attended by all these wishing
levclv homes, with anearent certainty of ob
taining great bargains certain te rapidly ad
vance in price and become a splendid specula
tion. These 120 clcirant lets arc elevated, ac
cessible, healthy, arc en East King and East
Orange streets, two of themain streets through
the city, and In the midst of and overlooking
one of the loveliest spots en earth, in the Im
mediate vicinity of the best schools, colleges,
chnrches, ainusments and society, with water
and gas at hand. Te persons desirous of love
ly homes atlew rates, merchants or mechanics
or men of leisure, this Is an unusual oppor
tunity and should net be lest .sight of. Then;
are hundreds of pcrsensevery where (men ami
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 investmentat any tlmein case theydc
sire te speculate en their investment. It is
certainly an unusual occurrence te find a spot
anywhere combinlmrse many desirable quali
ties, se well calculated te give these embark
ing in it such unusual satisfaction. Fer $25
cash one of thec lets can be obtained ami 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.
Hexrt Shcuekt, Auctioneer.
"PUBLIC SALE OF CITY KESIDjsNCE.
On Wednesday, October 6, 1880,
at the Leepard Hetel, en EastKingstrcct, will
be "sold a three-story RRICK DWELLING
with two-story back building and wash-house
attached, situate Ne. 148 East Walnut street,
containing hall anil nine room, bath room
with water closet, &c heater in cellar. Range,
het and cold water in kitchen and bath room,
gas throughout, and the chandeliers and fix
tures remain. The let is 20xl20 feet, extend
ing te the allcr. Te view the premises call en
Herr ft StanUer, Ne. 3 N. Duke street.
Sale te commence at 7:30 p. m., when terms
will be made known by
II. SlICOERT, Auct. s8S 27,30&ect2,5,G
ENGINES AND HACHINERY
Ot all Kinds, repaired at Short Netico.
IRON AND BRASS
CASTINGS AND PATTERNS,
MADE TO ORDER.
Of nil Sizes. All Kinds of
BRASS AND IRON VALVES
AND BEER SPIGOTS REPAIRED
MSf Foundry and Machine Shep rear of; W
D. Sprechcr h Sen's Seed Stere, Grant and
JOS. B. HTJBBR.
FRIDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 1, 1880.
TELEGRAPHIC XEWS OF TO-DAY.
COSKUSG IN CINCINNATI,
If He Repeats His New Tork Speech 'Twill
Cost Gartield 5,000 Vetes.
Senater Conkling reached Cincinnati to
day, visited the exposition and speaks at
the Highland heuse te-night.
Dr. Prime presided at the Pan-Presbyterian
alliance te-day. Resolutions were
passed favoring an increase in the salaries
of Waldensian pastors and strengthening
the church in Continental Europe. Ad
dresses were made en the state of
religion in Frauce, Switzerland, Moravia,
and Italy. It was asked that the alii
meet next time in Heme, when it was
premised that the Vatican, seating 60,000
would be in Protestant hands. A general
discussion of papers ensued, hopes being
expressed that the public press would
seen be saturated with religion.
It was Jehn McDonald, of New Yerk,
who tried suicide by sheeting at the Mar
ket Street wharf, Philadelphia, yesterday.
He is intelligent aud tells the old story of
dissipation, gambling and no friends. He
is likely te recover.
The Melbourne, Australia, International
exhibition opened te-day.
Dr. Albert G. F. Gocrseu was convicted
of murder in the first degice in Philadel
phia te-day, for killing his wife.
Nervin Green litis been elected presi
dent, and Geerge B. Prescott and James O.
Ureen vice presidents of the Geld and
Stock telegraph company.
The woman's suffage state committee of
New Yerk have opened an active canvass
iu Albany county.
The sale of subscription tickets for Sara
Berhardt's season, commenced at, Beeth's
theatre this morning. The receipts bcfeie
neon amounted te $23,000. Tickets being
00 each" for the entire season's perform
ance. The corener'sjury, of Philadelphia, have
indicted Special Officer Charles Beslcr, of
the North Pennsylvania railroad, for hav
ing caused the death of Charles Wannel by
striking him with a black-jack.
Washington, D. C, Oct. 1. Fer the
New England and Middle states clear or
fair weather, slight rise in temperature,
winds shifting te northwest and southeast
and slowly falling barometer.
New Yerk Market.
Nkw Yerk, Oct. l.Eleur State and West
ern steady; market moderately active;
.Superfine, $.1 .w4 50; extra de 4 ou
4 2S; choice, de, $1 :X4G5; fancy de.
$4 705 ( ; round hoop Ohie 4 5004 S3 : choice
de $4 0080 00; superfine western Jct50l 00;
common te geed extra de $1 001 30 ; choice
de de Si 356 23 ; choice white wlient de $1 13
4 CO ; Southern quiet ami llrm ; com
mon te fair extra $4 753 35; geed te choice
dO3 4050. ' h
Wheat iii.c better and moderately active active
Ne. 2 Ked, ; Oct. $1 uSl (8K ; de Nev. l OW:
6110; de Dec. 81 11.
Cern shade better and moderately active;
Mixed western spot, .ri;$Q5l?j;delutitre, 51;'
OatsTwiteeuf. change; Xe,2, Oct.. ."fefKc: de
j,i 3 joe nee., .svjc ; siaie,
, 445.t-; West-
Philadelphia, Oct. 1. Fleur firm, with fair
jrrades SG 75fl)S 23.
Rye flour at $300.
Wheat llrm, with geed demand : Ne. 2
WcsternKed $1 0S; la. Red $1 051 0SM; Am
ber $1 7.
Cem market easier, with mere offering ;
steamer 53Jc : yellow at 53f33Kc ; mixed 5I
Oats steady ; Ne. 1, While, 4IJ.i43c; Ne. 2 de
10c; Ne.3 de SltJJe; Ne.-.', MlxcdSyc.
Itye llrm at a.
Previsions in steady jobbing trade ; nu.s
perk $15017 00; beet hams $17001SUI; In
dian in.'sbcet at $18 50: smoked hams llj.?t)
I'Aj; pickled hams J10c ; bacon smoked
shoulders (7c ; salt de GgKJ-ic.
Lard firm ; city kcttle at yc ; loose butel -i-rs'Sc;
prime .steam $8 50.
flutter quiet, but steadily held; Creamery
extra 32c ; de geed te choice 231c ; liradfenl
county and New ink extra. 2BQ29c ; Western
reserve extra 2223e ; de geed te choice 10ff2Uc
Rellsquiet: Peiin'a extra 3ig23; Western re
serve exl ni 2023c.
Eggs nrincr; Pcnna at 22e; Western an
Cheese linn ; lair trade; New JYerk full
cream i:i14c ; Western lull cream 1313c ;
de fair te geed 1212.JSc; de hair. skims 111
Petroleum nominal ; refined at HJe.
Whisky at $1 12.
Seeds Geed te prime Clever dull at $7'-0
ftsOO; Timethy llrm at $2 Vi 80: Flaxseed
llrm nt $1 30.
Nkw Yeuk Srerii-s.
r. m. r. ar . :
si . r. ar. r. si
00 2:25 2:00
Erie R. R
Michigan S. & L.S.
Michigan Cent. R.
Chicago & N. W....
... : suv,
R.. SJ6J4 WJJ4
...Wr)l 103" i
111. IX fllSX
Chicago, SI St. P
Han. ff St.. I. Cem..
" " P'ld.
Teledo & Wabash.
Ohie.t Mississippi.... :.'!
St. Leuis, I. M.&S.R.. 5(;i
Ontario und Western
C. C. & I. C. R. R
Del. & Hudsen Canal. 84
Del.. Lack. & Western M
Western Union Tel... !H
Pacillc Mail s. s. co.
Kansas & Texas
New Yerk Central....
Cleveland ft Pitts
Chicago & Reck I
Pittsburgh ft Ft. W...
American U. Tel. Ce.
Pennsylvania R, R.
Northern Pacific Cem 23
" " P'd . S2J
Pitts., Titusv'c ft U
Northern Central . .
Ifes ten vi lie Pass...
Central Trans. Ce.,
Lecal Stocks anil Bends.
LancClty B per ct. Lean, due 1&S0... $100
" 1883... 100
" " 1890... 100
" " 1893... 100
" 5 per ct. in 1 or 30 years.. 100
Lane, and Qunrryv'e R. R. bend.... 100
" " " stock.... 60
Lancaster and Ephrata turnpike ... 25
Lanc.Elusabctht'n andMlddlct'n.. 100
Lancaster and Fruitville turnpike. SO
Lancaster and Lltltz turnpike 25
Lancaster and Maner turnpike SO
Lancaster and Manhcim turnpike. 25
Lancaster and Marietta turnpike 25
Lane, and New Helland turnpike.. ICO
Lane, and Strasburg turnpike 15
Lane, and Susquehanna turnpike. . 3C0
Lane, ami Willow Street turnpike. 25
Farmers' Nat. Bank et Lancaster..,
First Nat. Bank of Lancaster
Lancaster Ceanty Nat. Bank
inquirer printing te
L:inc.Ga3 Light and Furl Ce. stock.
teuiuiiii; superune . vjy.. i; extra ri :vg
4 00 ; Ohie and Indiana family $5 005 73 ;
Penn'a family de $4 87J3 23 ; St. Leuis fam
ily at, J5 SOftis 23; Minnesota family 5 000
5 73; straisht ; OSV&ISO; output und liiirh
h0-0? QUEEN STREKT.nearP.K.
Sh?c,pet' fnewte-. Pa. UeIU, Silver ami
Mckel-casea Watches, Chains, Clocks.
Agentfer the celebrated PantascoplelTpecta-
SPECIAL ORDERS FOR
Receive most careful attention.
DESIGNS AND ESTIMATES SUBMITTED
106 EAST KING STREET,
ry KKA GLASSES.
Largest Assortment or
FOR SALE AND TO HIRE,
Ne. 20 East Kin? Street, Laacasf er, Pa.
J. E. CALDWELL & CO.,
)02 Chestnut Street,
Importers of Ceramics:
II AVI LANDS,
Tlie productions of all the Celebrated
Art folic i:ronze9,Greupcs,Statu(Ucs.
One price, always the lowest,
marked in plain figures.
Orders and inquiries by mall re re
celve prompt attention.
In i it-li Silver.
In Elegant Plated Ware
In Fine Diamonds.
In Foreign Fancy Goods.
In Decorated Porcelains.
In Great Variety,
Te Suit Every Taste,
At Very Lew Prices.
BAILEY, BANKS & BIDDLE,
JEWELERS, SILVERSMITHS, IMPORTERS,
12TII AND CHESTNUT STS.,
SELLING OFF! SELLING OFF!!
Ratkveii & Fisher
Oiler their cntircsteck el
at ami below Cost, with a vlew et discontinu
ing the READY-MADE CLOTHING business,
and devoting their attention exclusively te
CLOTHING made promptly te order, ami
satisfaction in all cases guaranteed. A select
line or Cleths, Cessimercs, Worsteds, Coatings,
Suitings, Cheviots. Meltons, Overceatings,
Vcstings, &c. always en hand and orders re
spectfully solicited. AUe, a general line or
R ATHVG3T & FISHER
Merckaat Tailors and Drapers,
Ne. 101 North Queen St., Lancaster, Pa.
SPECIAL. These in want of Ready-Made
Clothing wilt consult their own interest by
giving them a call before purchaelng else
where, as tlieir Clothing are mainly or their
own manufacture and sub-tantlally made.