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LANCASTER&DA1LY INTELLIGENCE! TV EDNESDAY OCTOBER 6, 1880
THAT SETTLES IT.
Begus Campaign Stories sTreai the llejjus
Tax ftecetpt and Begus Maturaliza Maturaliza
nea Party Taper.
The Examiner having published a cock
and bull story about Mr. Jehn B. Shell',
of the Red Lien hotel, Mt. Jey, talking
"rebel talk" te a guest at his hotel, the
following letters have becu addressed te
the Examiner. They explain themselves:
Mount Jey, October C, 1880.
Eih. Examiner : In reply te the article
in last evening's issue of your paper, en
titled " Mere JUbel Sentiments," I desire te
say that no such man as Simen Wolf
Ktepped at my house ; no such conversa
tion ever occurred. In short, it is false in
Jehn 1$. Shelly.
Wc the undersigned Republican citizens
of Mount Jey unhesitatingly denounce the
article published in the Lancaster Daily
Examiner of the 5th inst., entitled " Mere
Rebel Sentiments" as maliciously false in
every particular and a great injustice te
Mr. Shelly, and trust you will de Mr.
Sheliy the justice of publishing his denial :
I'. Si. HARRY,
E. R. Casskl,
E. F. Gamueie,
Ce. G. S)th Pa. Vet. Cal.
L. I). Gallagher,
Rep. County Committeeman,
Dn. Jehn A. Bare,
B. S. Dim.incskr,
E. C. Marsh,
31. J Buecht,
Principal Orphans' Scheel,
J. II. Kaukkman,
P. H. Rei:i,
Jehn W. Bet.,
Z. V". Kellu.r,
PiiiLir A. Pyle.
ak t weir.
Concerning the person upon whose author
ity the Examiner1 libel en Mr. Shelly was
based a reputable gentleman of this city,
but ferntei ly a resident of Columbia, S. C,
says that "Vilf has been reporting that in
tin; Litter city he had stepped at our inform
antV house. This statement, we arc as
sured, is utterly untrue, and is about en a
par with his malicious falsehood concern
ing Mr. Shelly. Moreover this Wolf lias
a ''war claim" pending against the
Unite I States government, for the recovery
of damages caused by the destruction of
property by Union soldiers. He has re
peatedly pressed his claim, but thus far it
has been lejected by the claims commis
sion, and Weif,haviug doubtless read Gen.
Hancock's recent letter announcing his
hostility te the payment of Southern war
claims, is doubtless moved by this con
sideration te his disreputable attempts te
in ike capital against the Democratic can
didate by defaming respectable citizens of
this geed county of Lancaster, Pennsyl
vania. ceuitr or common pi.kas.
iStTere Judge Livingston.
Iii the case of Charles Fell vs. Edwin
Burnett, .Tesiah P. Lee and Samuel T.
Lee. act! mi for damages, the defense
opened tls-'ir case this morning. They
claim that they did net rai-e the breast of
the mill dam and this case is brought for
spite. On trial.
Ill the case of A. C. Wclchans, assessor
of the First ward, vs. the county of Lan
caster, the defense called different asses
sors and ex-asscssers from diOcrcut parts
of the county te prove that they did their
work in short or time than 3Ir. Wclchans.
The time occupied by them was as follews:
Jehn S. Brown,, of Driimere township, e3
days; lleury Dillenderfer, 3Iauheim, 15$
days; Peter Sweig.irt, East Cocalico, 'M
days; James MeCulleuirli, Culcrain, 20
days. The jury found in favor et tl.e
plaintiff for 810.
Isaac Mishler, coroner vs. the county of
Lancaster. This was an action brought by
t he c ireucr te recover pay for holding au
inquest en the body of Jehn Philip llahu,
wi.e !ictl suddenly, as was alleged in this
i'ity,eu August i.AI1teroieniiirthe case the
plaintiffs offered the inquisition in evidence.
The dcfcuc objected te its being admitted,
as it had net been returned te the next
quarter sessions after the inquest was
held, as is required by the English statute
recognized by the state of Pennsylvania,
and it was therefore void and could net
be offered as evidence of the holding of an
inquest. The court refused te admit the
inquisition, after hearing the argument of
the counsel, and, as there was no l'urtlnr
ndinisihlc testimony by the plaintiff the
jury under the instruction of the court,
rendered a verdict in favor of the defense.
The manner of returning inquests will
probably be argued in the future, as as a
motion for a new trial may be made.
Jehn 31. Bartch for the use of Samuel
Bruukhartaud Frederick Buchcr vs. Jehn
S. Bewers. The defendant, who is a deaf
and dumb man, resides in West Ilcmplield
township. In the year 1872 he desired te
have a house built like that of a neighbor
named Michael Minnicli. Mr. Bartch, one
;f the plaintiffs, is a contractor and build
er, and he was engaged te de the work.
The communication between the two men
in regard te the work and men
was had by writing en a slate and
speaking thseughau interj re' or. There was
no wiitten agreement. The plaintiff says
that according te the agreement he was
te construct the house and a ene story
kitchen, furnishing the material, ler $1,300.
Before the weik was done Mr. Bewers said
that lie wished te have the kitchen built
tw.e story and te have a tin reef en it in
stead et shingles. While the work was in
progress Mr. Bewers did net like the color
the house was painted and he had
it chaiigeu four times. W hen the
house was finished it had cost $1,800,
$300 mere than the contract price," and
this suit, is brought, te recover, as it is claim
ed that the dciisudaut premised te compen
sate the plaintiff for the additional expense
occasioned by the change
The plaintiff has transferred his claim te
Messrs. Bruckhart and Buchcr, and the
suit is therefore brought for their use. On
Jeffersen Kieffer vs. the 3Ianhcim school
district, action te recover compensation for
service rendered, during the trouble about
the Airy Dale school organ. A verdict was
taken in laver of the plaintiff for $'-K) ami
Relieving I lie IJestitute.
Our local item calling attention tothedes tethedes
titut! condition of Mrs. Parrish en James
street opposite the the Lancaster cemetery
has had the effeet of awakening the sym
pathies of a number of charitable people
who havcvremptly responded and relieved
the immediate wants of 3Irs. Parrish and
her children. County Treasurer Greff and
his wife visited the family yesterday and
found that their destitute condition had
net been overstated. 3Ir. Gruff paid their
rent up te the 1st of November and with
the assistance of Comity Commissioner
Ceble, Uriah Bitzer, Samuel Bitzer. Adam
Keller, Philip Lebzcltcr and E. Eberman,
raised enough money te supply the wants
of the family for a short time.
The regular meeting of the Paradise II an
cock and English club was held last even
ing at the Black Herse hotel of Jeseph
Reese. The regular business of the meet
ing being transacted, xhe club was ad
dressed, in a spech of an hour's length, by
J no. A. Ceyle, esq, after which the uni
forms, consisting of a blue shirt with a
picture of Gencial Hancock en the shield
and a blue cap, were distributed.
HAD DOG SCARE.
The Upper End Again Excited.
Frederick street and the upper end of
North Queen street continues te be a geed
deal excited about the antics of a three
months old setter pup which went en the
rampage en Friday last and bit or tried te
bite everything that came in its way. The
deg belonged te 3Ir. Clement Leibsly, Ne.
40, East Frederick street. Twice it snap
ped at 3Ir. Charles Krieg, who was pass
ing the house, but did nothing worse than
slightly tear his pants. Mr. Krieg picked
up a stone, struck the deg and knocked it
ever, which seemed te make it madder
than before. It jumped at 3Irs. Themas
3IcGevern and inflicted a slight wound in
her leg just above the ankle, and also bit
a lad named Nerman Keller in the leg. A
little girl named Weidlcr was also attack
ed, but no bleed was drawn, and3Irs. Alex
Leibsly was also slightly bitten in the
wrist while attempting te tie up the deg.
Several dogs were also bitten by the deg,
two of them belonging te Peter Ruth,
of North Queen street. 3Ir. Ruth says
the pup also attacked him but that he
kicked it into the middle of the street and
escaped injury. 31 r. Ruth shot his two
dogs fearing that the pup that bit them
might be mad. One of his dogs was a
valuable beagle hound, and the ether half
beagle and half-terrier. The supposed
mad deg was also shot, though 3Irs. Leib
sly does net believe it was mad at all. She
says it had been penned up and kept away
from its mother for some time and when
it was released it became wild with joy
and excitement. She don't think it in
tended te bite 3Ir. Krieg, and when he
struck it with a stone it became dazed and
did net knew what it was doing. Still, te
please some of the neighbors who were
alarmed about it, it was killed.
Accident te Chester X. Farr.
Cel. Chester N. Fair, of Reading, met
with an accident at the Stcveus house last
night about 10:30 o'clock, which happily
proved te be far less serious than it might
have been. He was sitting with some
friends in a room back of the bar-room,
and having occasion te go te the water
closet, was directed thither by one of tins
servants. Mistaking the direction 3Ii--1
Farr opened an unused second-story deer
leading te Water street, and in the
darkness pitched headlong out of
it, falling te the street below, a
distance of some twelve or fifteen
feet. 1 le was picked up and carried te
his room and a physician sent for, when it
was ascertained that he had received no
ether injuries except being badly bruised
and considerably 'jammed" by die fall.
He expects te be able te fulfill his engage
ment te speak at. the Republican meeting
in Yerk to-inerrow.
In reference te the deer from which 3Ir.
Farr fell it may be well te state that it is
at the end of a narrow entry leading te
Water street, and that it was intended
originally te have the balcony extend
in front of it. This net
having been done the deer was
kept locked, and a barrel of Bedford
water placed against it se that it could
net le opened. Yesterday, however,
during the house-keeping the deer
was unlocked and the barrel re
moved; and when the work was done the
person doing it failed te lock the deer or
push the barrel entirely back te its place.
31 r. Fcrr squeezed himself through the
open space and full as stated above.
Sale of Ileal 1'Jslate.
Henry Shubcrt, auctioneer, sold a public
sale last evening in the borough of Colum
bia, at Jehn P. Ilatts's hotel, for A. 31.
Frant;:. eq., administrator, the following
property belonging te the estate of 1J.
Sliieincr, deceased :
N 1. A tAVo-Ktei'V brick builditiir situ
ated en Frent street, between Walnut and
Bridge. Ne. 2. A let of ground Mluated
en Commerce street and in rear of Ne. 1.
Beth properties were sold te Jacob S.
Strine for $1,010.
Xe. I!. Twe two-story brick dwellings
situated en Commerce street near Walnur,
te Samuel C. Swartz, for 1,720.
Ne. -1. A brick store building situated
en the east side of Frent street between
Second and Walnut. Ne. 5. A brick build
ing, known as Sliieincr s hall, situated en
the west side of Hank alley and in rear of
Ne. 4. Sold te II. 31. North, esq., for
Samuel I less and son, auctioneers, sold
at public sale yesterday, at the public
house of Jacob S. Erb, for lien. Thes. E.
Franklin, the following real estate, situate
in West Earl tewushq):
Ne. 1. A tract of land containing 47 acres
and 112 perches, with improvements there
on, te Jehn Hess for $2jU.55 per acre.
Xe. 2. A farm containing 110 acres with
improvements thereon te David Shirk for
$152 per acre.
Ne. :. A tract of hill land without, im
provements, containing CO acres, te Jacob
S. Erb for $9G per acre.
It is bad enough te see the Examiner
make use of a " patent inside " ami 11 ying
te the breeze the image of the rebel flag
the stars and bars that Hancock and his
gallant army dashed te the dust cm the
bloody iield of Gettysburg ; but it is still
worse te see Republicans of the rural dis
tricts disgrace the stars and stripes ihe
emblem of an undivided union by nailing
them upiide down en the Garfield poles.
as they have done at hiackater, in front et
15. F. Daily's hotel, and displaying them
"union down" as they have done in front
of Jehn Frantz's hotel, Millersviile. The
spirit of old Jesh Gidding'.s, who regarded
the union as a covenant with death and a
league with hell, still lives in the besoms of
Kepubiicans, who cordially hate the South
ern states of the union and one half of the
Northern states because they arc Demo
cratic. ICxcurslen In Wild Cat.
This morning about 7 o'clock a party of
some twenty or thirty teachers and offi
cers of the Seuth Queen street Presbyte
rian mission took coaches and omnibuses
and drove te Wild Cat falls te pass a day
of recreation at that delightful summer
retreat. The excursionists will return this
Thrown from a Ue.-se.
Lust evening William Hinder, who resi ties
with his brother en St. Jeseph street, was
riding a horse, belonging te Jehn II.
Uusheng, along Walnut street when the
animal frightened and threw him off. He
hail the great tee of one of his feet badly
dislocated and was bruised considerably.
He was taken tc the office of Dr. S". T.
Davis and was afterward removed te the
Yerk Teachers Visiting our Schools.
Several our public schools were visited
te-day by 3liss 3Iary Test, principal of the
C grammar, and Miss Clara A. Landis,
principal of the female secondary schools,
of Yerk. They were conducted en their
tour of inspection by City Superintendent
Buehrle, and speak in the highest terms
of the workings of our school system.
Last evening a sociable was held in Grant
hall, and the cool weather brought a large
crowd. There were 05 couples in the prom
enade, and all passed oil' quietly.
Discoveries by Accident.
The fact that many et the most valuable dis
coveries have been the result et cliunce rather
than of design or contemplation, is again il
1 uslratcd in Day's Kidskv 1ad.
YVUI Positively be Sold
en Thursday afternoon, at 1 o'clock, en the
premises en the Millersviile pike,tliat valuable
property with five acres et land, mere or less,
with all improvements, belonging te II. U.
Fer Gentlemen, in White, Gray and Scarlet, all Sizes and Qualities.
3IERINO UNDERWEAR FOR LADIES, in White and Scarlet, all Sizes and Qualities.
3IERINO UNDERWEAR FOR CHILDREN, in all Sizes and Qualities. Alse,
HAND-KNIT SAXONY WOOL SHIRTS,
HIGH NECKS AND LONG SLEEVES, FOR INFANTS.
Wc are offering a large stock of above goods at prices that we guarantee cannot be undersold.
-p e Te c; Kni'dits "ein te Baltimore en 3Ienday, October 11, wishing Knight Templar Gloves and Cresses can get
them at our store or any special article of Equipment wanted. By leaving the order with Jehn S. Givler between new and Fri
day evening, 8th, 'they can be furnished by 3Ienday morning.
GIVLEE, BO WEES & HTJEST,
25 East King Street, Lancaster, Pa.
Cheap excursion te Heading en Saturday.
October 9. Fare for the round trip only $1.25
Train leaves Lancaster (King Street) at .:.. a.
in. and Columbia at 7:55 a. m.
Tickets geed te
return en any train, uranu veuiecruuc
parade at 1 p. All clubs are invited te attend,
iioverner Gee. II. McClcllan, W. U. Hcnsel and
ethers will speak. Fer particulars see circu
lars at stations. e2,4,fi,8<v
Beautifies the complexion bystinmlatingthe '
small bloed-vessels-Cuticura Medicinal Soup.
While the fields we're reaming ever.
Breathing new-mown hay and clever,
We'll think of her, as is our went,
Whose teeth and breath are, every day.
White as white clever sweet as hay.
And all Ireiu using SOXODONT.
A loed and a medicine are combined in the
most perfect manner in Malt Hitters
The name of WILLIAM McCOMSKY, of the
First ward, will be presented te the lleine-
i emtie electors et Lancaster at their primary
elections te nominate a candidate for As-
sciubly, under Democratic rules.
KLIMU. SNYDER, of the Ninth ward, wil
be a candidate for the Democratic nomination
te the Legislature from Lancaster City. Sub
feet t Democratic rules. Id
The Seventh Ward Hancock Club
meet regularly every Wednesday evening at
7 o'clock, sharp. Headquarters at Kuhlman'.s
(aloen. Rockland street. Full utteiidanee de
sired. A Meeting et the Yeung Men
of the Eighth ward who will cast their first
vote for Hancock and English will be held at
Diehl's saloon en Wednesday evening at 7
Adjourned meeting of the Hancock Legien
at headquarters this evening te consider the
excursion te Heading.
City Campaign Committee.
Regular ineetiuget the Democratic city cam
paign committee at Central headquarters,
Thursday evening, October 7, at 7 p. m., te
fix time ter nominating a candidate for As
sembly. Attention, First "Ward.
A meeting wilt be held en Thursday even
ing. October 7, at 8 o'clock, at Xeimer's saloon,
te distribute the ba'uucu of the uniforms.
The Eighth Hani Ruttullieu officers will
t meet at 531 St. Jeseph street, this evening Jut
7 o'clock. ISusiiiens et importance will be
j The members of the Hancock Legien are
i requested te attend the regular meeting
of the Legien this (Wednesday) evening,
i October!!, at the Democratic headquarters ler
the purpose of making arrangements te re
) eeive Cel. J no. W. Ferney.
i Yeung Men's Club.
The boys et the different wards will have a
lerehlight precession en Saturday Jevening
next. All clubs will turn out in full force and
meet at Centre Square, where the parade will
Attention is directed te the advertisement
of sale of the valuable city residence of Samuel
Keneasy, 118 East King street, at the Leepard
hotel this evening.
Friday evening, Octobers. Speakers: S. W.
Shadle, W. II. Keland.
en Monday, October 11. Speakers: Jehn W.
Ferney, J. Luther Uingwalt, E. MeCaa, J. L.
Steinmetz, II. F. Davis, W. U. Hensel and Win.
Tuesday, October IS. Speakers: J. W. Ferney
I Luther Kingwalt, Cel. Jehn E. Kitehie. E.
McCsui and ethers.
Wednesday afternoon, Oct. 13. Speakers :
Hen. Jehn W. Ferney, J. Luther Kingwalt,
Cel. Jehn II. Kitehie, E. McCaa, of Alabama,
clen. II. Kyd Douglas, Wm. II. Keland, Win. It.
Given and ethers.
en Tuesday evening, (Jet. l'J. Speakers: Jehn
V. Ferney, .1. Luther Kingwalt, Gen. II. Kyd
Douglas and ethers.
It is impossible ler a woman after a faithful
course of treatment with Lydia E. Pinkhain s
Vegetable Compound te continue te suffer
with a weakness of the uterus. Enclose a
stamp te Mrs. Lydia E. Pinkhain, 2X5 Western
avenue. Lynn, Mass., for pamphlets.
Poverty and Siill'ering.
" I was dragged down with debt, poverty and
siitleriug ter years, caused by a sick family and
large bills for doctoring, which did them no
geed. 1 was completely discouraged, until
one 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 et us have seen a sick day since, and 1
want te say te all peer nieit.yeu can keep your
families well a year with Hep Hitters ter less
than one doctor" visit will cost. A Working
The Chicago Titncx says: Warner's Safe
Kidney and Liver Cure is highly endorsed by
ministers, fudges, physicians, surgeons, by
men et literary and scholarly distinction, anil
by individuals in all the walks et life. 3
Statistics prove that twenty-nve percent
"f ! jl1 li lit fill l lit trot riitliii ein rwin.ul limp
ii hij i tint? ia& iuiv viin-r- ikiu t,uu;i;ii ijf t
consumption, and when we reflect that this .
terrible disease in its worst stage will yield te
a bottle of Leclier's Kenewned Cough Syrup,
shall we condemn Hie sufferers for their negli
genee, or pity them for their ignorance? Xe
'.lEast King street.
Dr. RnewNixn's Tonic and Alterative is the
popular ltloed Purifier, Tonic, etc., because it
is made by a Regular Graduate et Medicine, is
the result et scientific research, is accurately
and elegantly compounded, wonderfully cfli cfli
cacieus, is taken in very small doses, and 1
pure, clean, and pleasant te the taste. Price
.W cents and $1. Fer sale by the Proprietor. W.
Champien Rrewning, M. 1)., 1117 Arch Street,
Philadelphia, and all Druggists.
The invalid Hnds in "Dr. Lindscy's llloed
Searcher" nature's great restorer. It is won
derful. Metfiers! Mettiers!! Mothers:::
Are you disturbed at night and broken el
your rest by u sick child suffering and crying
with the excruciating pain et cutting teeth?
It se, go at once and geta bottle of MRS. W INS
LOW'S SCOXHIXU SYRUP. It will relieve the
peer little sufferer immediately depend upon
it; there is no mistake 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 relict
mid health te the child, operating like magic.
It is perfectly safe te use in all cases, and pleas
ant te the taste, und is the prescription et one
et the eldest and best fcuiale physicians and
nuives in the Unlted.Sta.ccs. Sold everywhere"
23 cents a bottle. ni'-lyd&wM.W&S
We have just placed en exhibition an invoice of OLIj PAINT
INGS of varied subjects and rare merit. Among them will be
found a number of Original Game Panel Pieces by MeuccL Origi
nals and Copies by Castagnola and ether Artists; Figure, Fruit
and Bird Pieces, Neapolitan Character Studies, &c, &c.
The public are cordially invited te call at our store and in
H. Z. BHOADS & BRO., Jewelers,
Ne. 4 "West King Street.
Help te Mothers Xnrsing Infants.
: It is a conceded fact that mothers who have
i the care, anxiety and draught et nursing in
j lants, me weak and need the aid et some
.strengthening tonic te make up the nourish
ment required ler the growth of the child.
Ale, porter ami lager beer liave often been re
i commended. Of late, since physicians have
j become aware that the Fert Urape Wine pro
duced by Allied Speer, et Pusaic. X. J., is
i strictly'pure, they have prescribed it instead
of ale and porter. This wine is principally
i sought for by mothers who have nursing in
' fants at the breast, as the best supplying ineili
1 eine te be found. The wine is rich in body and
net intoxicating, but gently stimulating
I Druggists generally keep it. Enquirer.
This wine is endorsed by Drs. Atlee and
I Davis, and sold by II. E. Slay-maker.
' our liver is out of order and you knew it ;
se take "Sellers' Liver Fills." .Sold by all
Try Leclier's Renowned Cough Syrup.
It EAT US.
IlAitiu III East Lampeter, Oct. 4. 18S0, Mrs.
Anna Ihirr, widow of the late Christian Karr,
in the S:!d year el her age.
The relatives and friends arc respectfully
invited te attend her funei.it en Thursday
morning, at!) o'clock, from the residence el
her son-in-law, l'eter J. Landis. Services at
tile house. 3td
Ull AXI IK
McCLUUE'S MARKLE WOKKS.
Xe. i" Seuth Queen Street.
I'riees vcrv low. e StdW&SXltw
MK. ADAMS Witt 3IIKKT l'KKSONS
wishing te enter his Literature Classes,
and will answer inquiries thereto at lif Xerth
Dukestreet en Thursday at 4 p. m. ltd
VTTKNTION SIK KNIGHTS!
The Knitflits of Lancaster Ceminanilery
Xe. IS are requested te meet at their asylum
FOR DRILL en this (Wcdnesday)evenin and
en Thursday and Saturday evenings el this
w ek. U.S. GAKA.
100 Tens of Kags Wanted,
. Fer which the highest price will be paid.
! K CENTS I'F.R TOUXD FOR GOOD MIXED
' KAGS. 3M CEXTS PER l'OUXD FOR
j WHITE RAGS.
! The highest price paid for Woolens, Old
! Paper, Heeks, &c. Ten Rag Asserters wanted,
te whom the highest price will be paid,
i JOHN A. SHOBBR,
j Cor. Xerth Queen anil Orange Streets,
( v'J-tldRl Lancaster, l'a
OnMOXDAY, OCTORER 11, lfe, will be
sold at the Leepard Hetel. East King street,
that valuable three-story BRICK DWELLIXG
ami let et ground, situated en the east side of
Xerth Lime street Xe. 307. The house contains
hall, parlor, (lining room and kitchen en Hist
lloer, live rooms en second fleer, und two
rooms en third lloer; also a Frame Summer
kitchen. Let rnns in depth te a fourteen feet
wide alley. The house has all the modern im
provements, such as gas, het and cold water'
bath nnl water closets nnd furnace in the
ccller te heat the whole house. This is a per
fect house I'll through.
One half the purchase money can remain in
the properly for a number of years.
Sale te commence at T o'clock p. m., of said
dav, when conditions et sale will be made
known by C. A. REECK.
II. S nunEHT, Auct. ect2-8tdR
ItKPOKT OF TI1K
CONDITION OF THE
XV Lancaster County
National Rank, at Lan
caster, in the state of Pennsylvania, at the
close of business, Oct. 1, 1880:
Leans and discounts $ fia-,RS8 30
t'. S bends te secure circulation .'RKi.OOO Ml
Due from approved reserve agents.. ."i!)l,f !)
Due from ether National banks l!i,!U3 10
Due from state banks and bankers.. 12S,.-u :;
Real estate, furniture and fixtures.. . I2.fi.l4 OS
I Current expenses and taxes paid.... 3,ii"fi 4
Checks anil etiicrcasii items --'.K3 )
Rills of ether banks 5.13 00
Fractional paper currency 193 ."V5
Specie, nickels and pennies M.'i,!KKl 73
Legal tender notes 24,219 00
Redemption fund with U. S. treasur
er ( 5 per cent, et circulation ) l:!.."00 00
Capital stock paid in
1 r if II 1 1
National bank notes outstanding....
Individual depesitssubject techeck,
Demand certificates of deposit
Due te ether national banks
Due te state banks and bankers
Statcef Pennsylvania count of Lancaster, xs :
I. W. L. Peiper, Cashier of the above named
bank, de solemnly swear that the alieve state
ment is true te the best of my knowledge and
W. L. PEIPER. Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn te before ine this 5th
dav of October, 18S0.
J. L. LYTE. Xetary Public.
Correct Attest: C. B. IIERR,
JACOB C. KREADY.
t ttse, free of charge, in the Ihtkllieks
exit, who wants something te de.
-IT7AXTKD AT THIS OFFICE COPIES
et the W eeklt ljtrELLieBSCEK of the fol
lowing dates :
JAN. J, 1880,
JULY 23. 1830. Ifd
Office op the Maiienv Mutual Life Asse-
CIATION OF SKLIXSOKOVK, Pa. f
WANTED GOOD, ACTIVE, KESPONSI
ble Agents in eaeli township of the
county et Lancaster. Apply in hand writing
of Applicant te the Heme Office.
L. IS. HUMMEL, Sec'y.
Selinsgrove, Snyder county, Pa.. September
1?0 K SALE AN EIGHT-HOKSE-POWER
; Engine and Reller, all complete anil in
geed working order. It may be seen running
at. Peters A Shirk's new cotton mill, en Pine
street. Fer terms apply te either HENRY
RAUMGARDXERer J. G. PETERS, el-lwd
PUllLIC SALE OF KEAL ESTATE.
On WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1580, at
the Leepard Hetel, East King strpet, will be
Mild a tvto-stery BRICK DWELLING, with
two-story Brick Back Building, containing
seven (7) rooms, with gas, situated at Ne. 20
Plum street. The let fronts 17 leet 4 inches by
Sale te commence at 7 o'clock p. m , when
terms will be made known by
S. nEss & Sex, Aucts. ect2-13:d
On SATURDAY, OCTOBER 9, will be sold
mi the Leepard Hetel, a valuable three story
Brick Dwelling and two-story Brick Back
building, containing 11 rooms; also a Briek
Building and Frame Shed Heuse, Xe. 412 East
King Street. Let fronts 32 feet, 2 inches ; in
depth 245 feet te a 14 feet wide public alley.
Hydrant In the yard, Fruit Trees. &c. Sale te
commence at 7 o'clock p.m.. when conditions
will be made known by
-pCISLlC SALE OF CITY RESIDENCE.
On Wednesday, October 6, 1880,
at the Leepard Hetel, en East King street, will
be sold a three-story BRICK DWELLING
with two-story back building and wash-house
attached, situate Xe. 148 East Walnut street,
containing hall anil nine rooms, bath room
with water closet, Ac. heater iu cellar. Range,
het and cold water in kitchen nnd bath room,
gas throughout, and the chandeliers and fix
tures remain. The let is 20)x120 feet, extend
ing te the allev. Te view the premises call en
Herr Ik St'iuffer, Ne. 3 N. Duke street.
Sale te commence at 7:30 p. m., when terms
will be made known by
II. Siiubeiit, Auct. vXi 27,30ftect2.5,fi
1 EXECUTORS' SALE OF CITY
JZi ERTY. On FRIDAY, OCTOBER 15.
the undersigned executers el Henry stclger
wait, deceased, will expose te sale, at 7 o'clock
i. m., ut the Leepard Hetel, East King street,
a Let or Piece et Ground, situated en the east
side of Seuth Queen street, in the city or Lan
caster, Xe. 3Ti. Said let containing in front, en
said Seuth Queen street, 17 feet nnd 4 inches,
and extending in depth of that width eastward
te Strawberry street, whereon is erected a
geed two-story-and-a-half DRICK DWELL
ING HOUSE, with a two-story Back Building
attached, Hydrant. Fruit Trees, and ether Im
Terms made known at time of sale by
MICHAEL F. STEIGERWALT,
WM. B. STEIGERWALT,
Executers of Henry Stelgcrwalt. dee'd.
Henry Siiuiieict, Auct. s30-e4.7,ll,lt
YALUABLE KEAL ESTATE AT PRI
VATE SALE. Is offered at private sale
all that valuable property situated in West
Lampeter township, known as "Kecky
Springs," containing 27 ACRES, mere or less,
et which about 22 Acres is fertile farm land,
and the remainder weeds, being the well
known Picnic Grounds, en which arc erected
a large Twe-story slate-reef BRICK DWELL
ING, with a Twe-story slate-reef Brick Back
Building, and a large nnd commodious Barn,
new Tobacco Shed, Heg Sty. Cern Crib, ami
ether outbuildings. Alse contains a thriving
young Apple Orchard und a large spring et
never-tailing water. The farm land Is fertile,
well-watered anil especially adapted te raising
tobacco, ami the weeds has long been a popu
lar picnic gre.ind, with a large dancing plat
form, tables, benches, etc. Being situated
within a mile of Lancaster city limits, it is
easy et access te markets, stores, etc. Fer
terms apply te
MRS. CATHARINE TR1SSLER.
130 East King street, Lancaster, Pa.
Teii-roeined, two-story and Mansard root.
Green Stene Frent Dwellings,
Nes. 429 and 433 West Orange Street.
With all the best
ncltidiug Jenning's improved Londen water
closets, marble-top washstand, improved wall
ed -in range, cellar heater, perfect drainage and
sewerage, deep, dry cellar, white marble base
and steps, &c, &c Let 22 by 245 feet te a 14-fee I
wide alley, front yard 2 1 feet in depth, Inclesed
with ornamental iron fence.
Fer terms, &c, apply te
JOHN II. METZLER,
nug21-W&Strri Ne. 9 Seuth Duke St.
IjVXKCUrOKS' SALE OF CITY PKOP
J ERTIES. The undersigned executers of
Michael Malene, deceased, will expose te sale
en THURSDAY, the 14th day et OCTOBER, at
7 o'clock p. m., at the Cadwell Heuse, the fel
lowing lteal Estate, viz :
Ne. 1. A Let et Ground en the N. E. corner
of Orange and Shlppcn streets, with a frontage
of 49J4 teet, mere or less, en Orange street, and
along Shippen street northward 245 feet te a
public alley, en which is erected a commodi
ous and well built Mansion, Ne. 301, two-stories
high witli two-story back building, all in geed
repair; also en rear of let a two-story brick
stable and ether improvements.
Ne. 2. A Piece el Ground en North Lime
street, west side, between Orange and Chestnut
streets, containing in front en Lime street 37
feet, mere or less, and in depth westward 04
teet4 inches, en which is erected a two-story
Brickdwelliug.Xe. 128, with its improvements.
Xe. 3. A Piece of Ground en south side et
East Chestnut street, near Duke, containing
in front 2-1 teet and extending in depth south
ward ra; feet, en which is erected a three-story
Brick Dwelling, Xe. 44, with brick building at
tached, furnished with water and sewerage.
Terms made known at time of sale.
JAMES M. BURKE,
Executers of Michael Malene. dee'd.
IlEMlY SHUBKRT. AUCt.
A STRAY MULE WAS FOUND ONUfi
Herse Shee Read, Lancaster county. Pa.,
en Saturday. September 30. The owner can
have the mule by proving property and pay
ing all expenses, and it net called ler In ten
nays win uu euereu ai puunc saic dt
2td 52S West King street, Lancaster
On October 1. 1880. Gerracht A Ce., dealers
in coal, dissolved partnership. All claims
must be handed in at once, and all collections
will be made by the undersigned, who will
continue the business.
4td RBILLT KSLLKB.
WKDNESDAYKVKHTNG, OCT. 6, 186a
General Hancock Unwilling te Believe
Grant Has Spoken 111 of Him.
READY TO DENT THE CHARGES
INCIDENTS AND ACCIDENTS.
BURIED UNDER FALLING WALLS.
Hancock and Grant.
New Yerk, Oct. 6. In a conversation
with a reporter at Governer's Island, tbis
afternoon, General Hancock, while declin
ing te be interviewed, said he found it
hard te believe that General Grant said
such hard things about him. He had read
what Grant is reported te have said, and
he would take pains te verify it, and would
afterwards publicly deny all that is untrue.
As his reasons for doubting the story, he
said Grant lacked geed grounds for such
an attack ; and secondly, he was an old
soldier and he could net believe that Grant
would se far overstep the bounds of truth
and gentlemanly propriety.
a Blass et
Brick and Mer-
Ciiicagr, Oct. C. A special dispatch
from Gibsen, 111., te the Inter-Ocean says :
A terrible accident occurred here yester
day. While workmen were removing the
preps from the arch of a tile kiln at Spauld
ing & Eggleton's tile factory, the arch
gave way and the immense weight of brick
and mortar fell upon and buried the six
men at work inside. When help came
aud they were taken out, all were badly
used up. One man named Frederick Hum
mel, died half an hour after he was taken
out, and it is thought that another named
Themas Nelsen, cannot live. The four
ether men were seriously but net fatally
Triennial Convention in New Yerk.
New Yerk, Oct. C The triennial gen
eral convention of the Protestant Episcopal
church opened here this morning with im
pressive ceremonies. With the exception
of North Carolina, every diocese in the
United States was represented in the
Heuse of Bishops. There were also present
missionary Bishops Perriuk, of Cape
Pal mas, and Schcrcseliewsky, of Shanghai;
Bishop Hcrzeg, (Old Catholic) of
Switzerland, and the bislie; of
Edinburgh. Bishop Lee of Delaware
officiated at the ante-communion
service. Bishop Herzeg (old Catholic)
read the epistle and the bishop of Edin
burgh read the gesple. The venerable
Bishop Smith, of Kentucky, presided. At
4 o'clock the convention will be formally
called te order.
BALL AMD It AT.
The Cricket Alatcli at Philadelphia.
Cricket Grounds, Philadelphia, Oct.
6. The game started at 11:43, the Amer
icans at the bat and Geerge Ncwhall and
D. Merris at the wickets. Geerge was
bewledj by Lane, ene wicket for no runs.
Moere followed Geerge Newhall, and was
quickly bowled out by Leng, two wickets
ler no runs.' Merris was then run out,
making thrce wickets for thirteen runs.
Beth sides are playing twelve men.
Law then went te the bat. K. S. New
hall was clean bowled by Lane, four
wickets for sevcuteen runs. R. Hargrave
then went te the bat ; he was bowled out
for six runs. C Newhall then went te the
bat, aud was bowled by Lane for nothing,
six wickets for forty-four runs. Clark next
took the bat at 2 o'clock. When a recess
was taken for dinner, the Americans
had lest six wickets for seventy runs with
Clark and Law in aud well set.
Murderand Suicide at PettsviUe.
Pottsville, Pa., Oct. C Charles Wil
tlicw, a heater, returned home from his
work shortly after eight o'clock this morn
ing and shot his wife. He then shot and
stabbed himself, dying from his wounds
in a few moments. Mrs. Wilthew is net
expected te recover. Her ante-mortem
statement says that Wilthew had fre
quently threatened te kill her. The couple
have lived unhappily for the past few years,
owing, it is said, te the wife's infidelity.
The English Walking Match.
Londen, Oct. 0. In addition te the
pedestrians already mentioned, Bewel),
Pegram, Heward and Deblcr, as having en
tered for the contest for the Astlcy belt.
Blewer Brown has entered and Little
Weed, of Sheffield, will probably be al
lowed te enter, notwithstanding that the
entries formally closed en the 2d inst.
Accidentally Killed by Ids Brether.
Philadelphia, Oct, 6. Frank L. Wea
ver, aged thirteen, was shot and killed
this morning by his brother Henry, aged
seventeen years, in a saloon 218 Seuth
Eleventh street, where nenry was barten
der. Deceased had stepped in te see his
brother and while Henry was examining
the pistol it was accidentally discharged.
The ball struck Frank in the breast and
he died seen afterward.
New Hamburg, N. Y., Oct. C An in
cendiary fire here this morning destseyed
several buildings, including the sheds,
barn, large warehouse and dwelling of
William Shay. The latter's less is $10,000.
The ether losses ace in sums from $100
upwards. Total less, $17,000.
Perte and Power.
Paris, Oct. G. A telegram received
from Vienna says the Turkish note is net
acceptable te all the powers. The powers
desire te maintain the European concert
and await proposes from England. A
blockade is mentioned as a probable meas
ure of coercion.
Washtsgtes, D. C, Oct. 6. Fer the
Middle states clear or fair weather, aorth aerth
west te southwest winds, stationary or
slowly rising barometer, and no change in
On the 1st inst., a reduction of ten per
cent, was made in the wages of the em em
peoyes of the A. & W. Sprague manufac
turing company, in Rhede Island. On
Monday the empleyes in the Natick .mills
struck, and the mills closed. An attempt
te muuee tne empleyes et tne Arctic and
Aquidneck mills te join the strike proved
Twe hundred and thirty-seven meulders
employed at the stove works of Rathbone,
Lord & Ce., in Albany, N. Y., struck yes
terday. The strike threw 600 persons out
of employment. It appears that the pre
sident of the meulders' union, who is a
foreman in the works, was fined five dollars
for violation of some rule of the union. He
refused te pay the fine; the men demanded
his discharge; the firm refused; and hence
The north header of the Sutro tunnel
was abandoned en Monday night, and the
force of 75 men empleyed there was dis
charged. Various reasons are given for
the withdrawal, the fact appearing te be
that the work does net pay.
The following congressional nomina
tions were made yesterday by the Demo
crats : Sixteenth Pennsylvania district,
David Kirk (also the Greenback nomi
nee) ; Firs: Connecticut district, Geerge
Beach, of Hartferd: Thirteenth New
Yerk district. Colonel Edward L. Gaul ;
First Massachusetts district, Charles G.
The Grcenbackers of the Sixth Wiscon
sin district yesterday nominated L. A.
Stewart for representative in Congress.
Leepold Merse has formally accepted the
nomination offered him by a portion of the
Democratic convention of the Fourth con
gressional district of Massachusetts. Wm.
Gasten was nominated by the ether fac
tion R. W. Harris was re-nominated for Con
gress yesterday by the Republicans of the
Second Massachusetts district.
The U. S. grand jury at Trenten, N. J.,
yesterday found three indictments against
Charles II. Voehris, congressman, for
embezzling the funds of the Hackcnsack
The case of James A. Hedtlen, ex-cashier
of the defunct Newark bank, was yester
day postponed in the U. S. district court,
at Trenten, N. J., until November term.
R. G. Miller, city collector of New Bruns
wick, N. J., was arrested en Monday en
an indictment for embezzling $17,000 of
the city's funds. He was placed under
Courtney at the Oars.
The race between Courtney aud Riley,
fixed for yesterday at Ensenere, N. 'i .,
did net come off, Riley failing te appear.
Courtney rowed the three miles alone in
22 minutes, 28 seconds. It is announced
that he will row te-day te beat the best
recorded time-20 minutes, 14 seconds-for
a purse of $1,000.
An Immense AbyH.
The largest casting ever made in the
United States was turned out yesterday
morning at the Black Diamond steel works,
in Pittsburgh. It was an anvil block for
a seventeen ten hammer, its weight being
1G0 tens. Five furnaces were built ex
pressly te melt the iron, aud it took seven
hours te run the metal. Five months
must elapse before the mass is cool enough
Philadslphia, OcL 6 Fleur steady. jniet;
dupertlue $Z 7."):i 25 : extra 3!04 Ml; uhle
ami Indiana family $5U05 7; Punn'n tuiutly
deT00.r Zi : St. Leuis niniily at f.p Tttta 25;
Minnesota family $5 0035 75; patent aud hili
grades 758 25.
Rye flour scarce at $5 00.
Wheat easier : Ne. 2 Western Red f I OCFKtfi'l 0f ;
Pa. Red $1CS10!; Amber $1 t'J.
corn nnn en local scarcity ; steamer, none
here ; yellow at 55c; mixed 51c.
Oats quieter; Ne. 1, White 42c: Ne. 2 de 41c;
Ne. 3 de 3940c ; Ne. 2, Mixed 393!)ku.
Rye nuii't at !Uc.
Previsions in easier Jobbing trade; mess
perk $If 5017 00; bemr bams 1C 50017 00: In
dian iii.-ss t.cct at $18 50 : smoked haunt IVH
12c; pickled hum H-J09c ; bacon siuelied
shoulders 7c ; salt de 5c
Lard linn ; city kettle at tKc ; loose butcl:
er'88c; prline steam $8 75.
Butter sluggish; Creamery extra 31Q
32c; de geed te choice 2830c; Bradford
county and New Yerk extra. a;2Uc; Western
reserve extra 2223c ; de kecmI te choice l';20c :
Rellsqniet: Pt-nn'a extra 20023; Western re
serve extra 2023c.
Eggs steady; Penna Ex. 21 22c; Western
Cheese quiet and unchanged; New Yerk lull
cream KfJJHc ; Western full cream 13l:c :
de fair te geed liil'ia; de hair skims leytQ
Petroleum dnll ; refined at HJc.
Whisky active and scarce at $1 12.
Seed Geed te prime Clevr neglected at
$7.'.08 00; Timethy dull at $2 75&2 SO: flax
seed scarce at $1 30 for pure.
New Yere Stocks.
Stocks strong and higher.
A. M. A. X. P. if. Y. M. V. X
10:20 11:20 lv:10 1:20 3:00
iHOIHj J m m m a ifff&
Erie R. R. ZKMi WZ S4 S ....
fM.iM.n if & c, i el at ms ii..
Han.ftSt.J.C'ein X 38 38i 38AJ
" " P'Id.... 82 KPi 81
Teledo & Wabash.... :s7 r77f 37 37
Ohie Mississippi.... 34 34. 34 33
St. Leuis, I. M. 1 S. R.. 50 514 31 . Wt
Ontario and Western -i! 9i 2
UC.ftI.CU.lC 18'4 18!4 184 1
New Jersey Central.. 74li 1K 74 7.
Del. & Hudsen Cunid. 81 85 85 85
Del.. uick.A Western flOJf WHi W 9e4
Western Union Tel... !7:J4 !M
Pacific Mail S.S. Ce.. 42 42 41 41
Manhattan Elevated. 3 36 ::,
Union Pacific Hn 8si 87. 8
Kansas & Texas ; .'K 35
New Yerk Central 131
Adams Express HC
Illinois Central 112
Cleveland X Pitts 122
Chicago ft Reck 1 117
Pittsburgh A Ft. W. 121
American U. Tel. Ce
Pennsylvania R. H.... 7ffli V
Phil'a. A Reading..... 15 I.V,
Lchigli Valley 52 52 52 52
Lehigh Navigation... 34 34 Ji 34 34 34
Northern Pacific Cem 27 2H'
" P'd 52
28 V8 28
52 5tf 52
Pitts., Titusv'cA II.... lil lyi
Phil'a A Erie R. R-...
Northern Penn'a 4S 48 48 48
Un. R. R's of N. J 175 175 173 175
Hestenville Pass 1! W 19 19
Central Trans. Ce.
Lecal stocks and Bends.
Lunc.CitvG per t. Lean, due l.STO... $100 tl'w.25
1882... 100 105
1885... ltt) 114
' " 1890... 100 118.73
" ' 1805... 100 120
" 5 per cL In ler 30 years.. 100 105
Lane, and Quarryv'e R. IL bend.... 100 lOOAIn
" " stock.... 50 3.25
Lancaster and Ephrataturnpike... 25 47.25
Lane , Ellzabetht'n and Middlet'n.. 100 51
Lancaster and Fruitville turnpike. SO 51
Lancaster and Lititz turnpike 25 58
Lancaster and Maner turnpike.... 90 92
Lancaster and Man helm turnpike. 25 30.46
Lancaster and Marietta turnpike.. 25 25
Lane, an J New Helland turnpike.. 100 85
Lane, and Strasburg turnpike-.... 85 30
Lane. andSnsquehanna turnpike.. SOU 375.25
Lane and Willow Street turnpike. 25 40.15
Farmers Nat. Bank el Lancaster... 30 100
First Nat. Bank of Lancaster loe 15S
Lancaster County Nat. Bank 30 102.10
Inquirer Printing Ce 30 27
Lanc.Gaa Light and Fuel Ce. stock. 23
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