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LANCASTER DA'lLY. INTELLIGENCER IKEDAY'. OCTOBER 8, 1380 "
The Meeting iu Laucsster Next Week.
The pregramme for tiie sirteentli an
uual convention of the Pennsylvania state
Sabbath-school association, which will be
held here en Tuesday, Wednesday and
Thursday of next week, has been fully ar
ranged aud embraces a scries of interest
ing exercises. The association meetings
will be held in the Presbyterian cUprch,
with the exception of the opening' chil
dren's meeting, which will take place at
the opera house.
The state officers for 1879-80 are:
President. Jehn It. Whitney, of Bryn
Mawr ; Vice President, Rev. Richard New
ton, D. D., of Philadelphia ; Statistical
Secrctarj-, Eli S. Reinhold, of Mahaney ;
Treasurer, Jehn Wiest, of Freeburg, Pa.;
Chairman Executive Committee, L. D.
Vail, of Philadelphia ; Acting State Secre
tary, Ed. S. Wagraer, of Mechanicsburg.
Tiie local committee is composed of
D. C. Haverstick, Henry C. Moere
and Prof. W. 6. Fischer, musical director
Following is tha pregramme of the
week's exercises :
Theme: "The Field and the Werk."
Tuesday, October 12, 3 o'clock p in., chil
dren's union meeting in Fulton ball. Ad
dress, Rev. B. T. Vincent, pastor Park
Street M. E. church, Philadelphia, Pa.
Evening session. 7 o'clock Address of
welcome, Rev. C. Elvin Heupr, pastor
Grace Lutheran church, Lancaster Pa.;
response, Jehn R. Whitney, president ;
Address, "Credibility of the Gospels,"
Rev. Ilcury Til. Harman, D.D., professor
of Greek and Hebrew, Dickinsen college,
Carlisle, Pa., and author of "Introduction
te Study of thd Hely Scriptures."
Wednesday, Oct. 13, V o'clock, a. m.
Devotional exercises, miscellaneous work,
.practical normal work, by Rev. B. T. Vin
cent, Philadelphia ; Reports : Counties,
districts, Sunday schools.
Afternoon session, 3 o'clock Seng ser
vice, Prof. W. G. Fischer, Philadelphia,
author and composer ; Address, " One
Hundred Years of Sunday Scheel Werk,"
E. Payson Petter, esq., Philadelphia, in
ternational Sunday school statistical sec
retary ; Address, " Hew Can We Retain
the Yeung Men and Women in Sunday
Schools ?" Mr. James McCormick, Harris
burg, Pa.; Blackbeard and object lessen,
Rev. T. li. Vincent.
Evening Session, 7 o'clock Address,
"The Altars of Childhood," Rev. Jes.
Henry Dubb.-, D. D., Lancaster, Pa., Au
denricd professor of history and archeol
ogy, Franklin and Marshall college ; Ad
dress, "What Must Lie Back of Teaching?"
Rev. P. S. llensen, D. D., Philadelphia,
editor Baptist Sunday-Scheel Teacher.
Thuraday, October 14, 9 o'clock a. m.
Praise pcrvice; election of officers, reports
of committees, &c; County organization,
E. Payson Peiter, esq. Open questions,
Rev. T. D. Vincent.
Afternoon session, 2 o'clock Devotion
al exercises : Address "What arc your
children leading?" Rev. Jesse B. Yeung,
pastor M. E. church, Alteena, Pa.; Ad
dress, " Weman's p!ace and work iu the
world.' Rev. T. L. Floed, editor " Chau
tauqua Assembly Herald and " The Chnu
tniHitfin." Evening session, 7 o'clock Address,
" Repeit of Raikes' Centenary, Londen,
England," Mr. Jehn Wanamnker, pres
ident of Y. M.C. A., Philadelphia. Clos
COUKT OF COMMON P2.EAS.
Ucfere Judge .Patterson.
Iu the case of Jehn 31. Bartch, for the
use of Samuel Bruckhart and Frederick
Buchcr, vs. Jehn S. Bewers, the counsel
finished speaking shortly before neon this
morning, alter which the jury retired.
The case of Daniel Gehu vs. Christian
II. Hershcy, owner or reputed owner, and
William Ilougcndebler.contractor, id. fa.
sin: mechanics lieu te recover for bricks
I'm nished by the plaint uriu the construc
tion of Mr. ller.-hey's houses, was next
taken up and is new en trial.
llcferc 7iidge Patterceu.
The .liny in the case of Charles Fell v.
Eivin Iiiirictr, Jesiali P. Lee and Samuel
T. Lee were charged when court met this
morning and they then retired, and toen
returned a verdict for plaintiff, assessing
his damages at .?1C.
The Republicans held a meeting and
precession at Slackwatcr last evening. The
delegation from Millcrsvilie numbered 34
people including the band. Postmaster
Ncwjhcr, of Millcrsvilie was chosen presi
dent of the meeting. He read long list of
vice presidents and secretaries, but one of
whom was present. Xewpher made a
hheit speech in which lie blackguarded the
Democracy. Frank Gricst spoke te about
twodezen persons iucluding four Democrats
aud a nu m her of boys and women, and he
was followed by Ames II. Myliu, who
could net make himself heard for the noise
made by some girls, who were standing
Mr. (JLijteu S. Wcngcr, of West Earl
township, lias received letters patent, Ne.
23'2,SG3. for a valuable improvement in
mills for the pai lial or entire reduction of
wheat middlings. It consists principally
of a hollow cylinder, containing a roller
with adjustable bearings and a surface te
correspond with the inner surface of the
l-evolving cylinder. Beth cylinder and
roll revolve uniformly or otherwise as the
case may require, aud are regulated by
the nccesary gearing. The patent was
obtained thieugh the agency efIIerr&
installation of Offlcers.
In the the absence of the D. D. G. M.,
Past Grand Geerge Gundaker last eveni ng
installed the following officers of Lancas
ter ledge Xe. G7, I. O. O. F.. for the en
suing term :
Is . G. Daniel S. Mcrrig.
V. G. W. C. Buchmiller.
Assistant Secretary II, L. Frailey.
Rep. te Grand Ledge W. F. Ham
bright. Amount paid for the relief of the sick,
$810 ; for burying the dead, $370 ; number
of members, 31: assets, $17,900.93.
Anether Hauceik Vete.
Mr. H.E. Haumau,sonef Wm. Haunian,
celebrated his 21st birthday yesterday,
and a number of his friends gathered at his
residence, 328 East Chestnut street, last
evening and presented him with a hand
borne geld ring. The party were hand
somely entertained by Mr. Hauman, who
gave them an excellent supper. The even
ing was pleasantly spent in singing, danc
iug, &c, and Mr. Hauman received a num
bcr of handsome presents besides the one
given by his young friends.
Chester, Dauphin, lerk, Philadelphia and
The Republicans will have men from all
ever the state in their parade this evening.
A special tram will come from Harrisburg
by way of Mount Jey at C:30. The man
agers have been hard at work for two
weeks past getting up this affair and ex
pect a big time. Finding that te confine
it te Lancaster would lcave them from 500
te 700 local voters short of the Democratic
demonstration they appealed te all the
neighboring counties and expect te swell
the ranks therefrem.
Sent te the Heuse
st evening Judges
Patterson bad before them two sons of
Prof. Emil Aust, the musician, who, en
application of their father, weie sen"; te
the heubc of refuge at Philadelphia, en ac
count of their incorrigible conduct.
A ucil tier Telephone.
The brass foundry of D. II. Kulp has
becu connected with the telephone exchange,
ODK BEGULAli COKfcESFONUENCK
At Frent and Locust streets is a stand
owned by J. H. Leng, who deals in ap
ples, potatoes, tobacco, cigars, caudies,
etc. Last night thieves effected a sucess
ful entrance into the watch house at this
stand and made off with a let of cigars and
tobacco. Special officer Henry Rodenhau Redenhau
ser some who w get wind of what was going
en, and arrived at the stand a minute or
two after the thieves had taken their de
parture. He immediately started in pur
suit and overtook them eii Seuth Frent
street, where, after a sharp tussle, he cap
tured the fellow with the booty, the ether
making his escape. Redenhauscr confined
his prisoner in the borough lock up for the
night, first relievinshim of the surrepti
tiously obtained articles iu bis possession.
The officer says the prisoner persisted in
showing fight, and that he was compelled
te knock him down two or three times be
fore he could be brought te reason
The Our Beys baseball club, of Colum
bia, played the Atlantic, of Yerk, at the
latter place yesterday aftcrnoeu and in a
hotly and xery evenly contested game came
out the victors, the score standing 10 te 9.
The Our Beys have been very successful
It is said the Shawnee lolling mill will
commence running double turn next week.
Since resuming operations it has been l mi
ning single turn.
The regular monthly meeting of the bor
ough council will be held this evening.
3Iiss Annie Smith, of Trenten, X, J., is
visiting at the residence of E. K. Smith
at Fairview, a suburb of Columbia.
Captain Fondersmith's Republican hel
met company will participate in the
parade at Lancaster this evening, it hav
ing received a special invitation te be
present from the Yeung 3Ien's Republican
Nellie, a three -year-old daughter of
Harry Swartz, died yesterday of diphtheria
at her residence en Walnut street, below
F. A. Bennett has returned from a few
days' visit te Philadelphia.
Following is the shipment of height
from Columbia ever the line of the Penn
sylvania railroad during the mouth of Sep
Grand total et cart cast and wct 70,831
The September shipment, although net
unprcccdcntedly large, yet shows an enor
mous movement of freight commodities.
The Shawnee lire company held its reg
ular monthly meeting last evening.
Tiie excursion tickets te the Yerk
county fair expire by limitation te morrow.
They are for sale at the railroad offices
The Pennsylvania railroad ticket agent
at Columbia will te-morrow commence
Felling excursion tickets te Baltimore,
Md., geed until October 23, for $2.22 for
the round trip. The " sesqui-centcimial
celebration of the city of Baltimore- is the
occasion of the selling of the excursion
By the illness of Samuel Sprenkle, a
lesideutef Wrightsville. who is confined
te his bed with malarial fever, the Repub
lican helmet "company te visit Lancaster
this evening will be deprived of the serv
ices of ene of the best fife munipulaters in
3Ir. and 3Irs. Charles Bayler of Yerk,
Pa., arc visiting in Columbia te-day.
Dr. Harry and 3Ir. II. Shelly, of Mount
Jey, were in town yesterday.
Snrsk Thieves About Valuables Stelen.
Yesterday we leperted the particulars of
the rebbeiy at SehecnbergciVs hotel which
took place the evening previous. Te-day
we have te record a still mere extensive
rebbeiy perpetrated at the residence of C.
Widmyer, corner Seuth Duke and East
King streets. Between 3 and e o'clock
yesterday afternoon a thief or thieves en
tered the residence by the front deer en
Duke street, and ascending te the third
story ransacked drawcis and boxes ami
stele the following described articles :
One geld watch and a geld charm, en
ameled iu black, representing a satchel ;
two geld watch chains, with black guard
and locket attached; a small mahogany
box containing the following among ether
articles three finger rings, one of them
an amethyst and one with the name if
"Dan" en top and inside the words
"Clara from Geerge:" a garnet ring set
with three garnets; small child's ling witli
" Harry " engraved upon it ; child's geld i
armlets ; large geld meaaiiienwiin minia
tures of Mr. and Mrs. Widmyer.
and marked " C. II. W.;" four pairs of
ear-rings, one of which was coral, another
cameo, another mosaic, aud the ether geld
balls, and ene odd ear-ring ; a set of geld
spiral-wire shirt studs; a gentleman's geld i
scai f slide: a pair of broken hand brTice- j
lets: two pairs of geld sleeve buttons, ene
pair being solid and of oval pattern ; a
child's whistle with pearl mouth-piece and
silver bells ; a package of letters, an old
purse and two old diaries ; two geld chain
pins, one of which was enameled
with black. The following articles
net iu the mahogany box, but
lying in various parts of the looms were
also stolen from the third story. Twe pairs
of black car-rings, one pair of black sleeve
buttons, morocco card cases, ene morocco
pocket book, containing a two dollar note!
and three silver dollars, a bead purse con
taining small change, two needle book?,
a coral breastpin, round in shape, with
pendants, a long silver pin with lau en top,
a small box containing charms, among
which was a pearl beet with geld buttons
aud skates, a fifty cent and twenty-five
cent California geld coin, a plain geld ring,
shell comb with gilt top, some broken
pieces of jewelry, let of neckties, handker
chiefs, gloves, bows for the head, a small
purse containing a $5 bill and a half-cent
Frem the third story the thief appears
te have descended te the second story,
from one of the back rooms of which was
stolen half a dozen solid silver table spoons,
half a dozen solid silver teaspoons, a pair
of silver butter knives, a pair of silver salt
spoons, a silver mustard spoon, and per
haps few ether articles.
The value of the property stolen cau
scarcely be estimated, as many of the
articles were presents and keepsakes and
were held far above their commercial
value. They were worth perhaps $300 or
$400, and could net be replaced for a
much larger sum.
The identity of the thief or thieves has
net yet been fixed. A woman of medium
bizc, dressed in dark clothes and wearing a
black bonnet, 'was seen by Mis. Edw. H.
Brown (a daughter of Mr. Widmyer. who
lives en the opposite side of the street)
te enter the premises a short time
before the robbery, but nothing was
thought of it at the time, as visitors fre
quently call there during the day. The
case has has been placed in the hands of
Capt. Sprechcr for investigation.
ltebbery en West King Street.
Seme time during the forenoon of yes
terday a sneak thief entered the bearding
house of Mrs. Maggie Eckert at Ne. 42 J
West King street. He, she or they steli
a red coverlet en a table which steed in
the hall way and belonged te Mrs. Eckert.
They then ascended te the sscend fleer of
the house where they entered the room of
Mrs. Henry Farnum, a boarder of the
heuse. Miss Minnie Kreybill, of Loavcn Leavcn Loavcn
werth,Kansas,has been stepping with Mrs.
Farnum for some days past, and the
ladies occupy the same room. The thieves
opened Miss Krcy bill's tvunlc and, tool? two
silk dresses and a cashmere dress, and
they took twelve neck-ties' and a geld
locket, belonging te Sirs. Farnum, from
the bureau. It is supposed that the rob
bery occurred between 10 and 11 o'clock in
the forenoon, as at that time the ladies
were up town and no one was in their
room. The thief probably entered the
front deer, and-from the manner in which
the theft was made, the thief is believed
te have been a woman.
THIS DEMOCRATIC CASIPAIUX
Time Fixed for Nominating a Candidate
At a meeting of the Democratic city
campaign committee last evening it was
unanimously resolved that tbe general
nominations of the party of candidates for
assembly should be held Wednesday
evening. Oct. 13, 1880; and that
en Satuiday eveuiug, Oct. 16, the
Democracy of the several wards should
assemble at their regular places of voting
between u and 8 p. m. and nominate a
candidate for Legislature, the return
judges te meet at the central headquar
ters at 9 p. m. te report, tabulate aud feet
up the vote and declare the nominee. Can
didates are expected te hand iu their
names te the chairman of the committee
en or before Friday eveniug Oct. 15, te
have them piintefl the tickets.
The city Democracy have been cordially
invited and all the warJ clubs and general
organizations arc hereby invited te attend
the Democratic mass meetings at Mount
ville en next "Monday night, at Quary ville
en Tucsday,at New Helland en Wednesday,
at 3IiI!peit en Thursday, Lititx en Friday,
Strasburg en Satuiday aud at ether points
ndveiiised in our political bulletin.
The omnibuses for MountVille will leave
Centre square between 5 and G p. m., fare
for leuud trip 00 cents. The train te
Quairy ville will leave at 9:43 a. m. en
Tuesday, and leturniug leave Quarry ville
at 7 p. m. Fare for round trip G5 cents.
Persons proposing te go should apply at
ence te W. U. Hcnscl, chairman, that am
ple arrangements may be made for trans
portation, &c. Cel. Ferney will positively
speak at Mountville. Quarryiille, Lancas
ter and New Helland.
The Democratic boys of this city will
have a parade to-niei row night. They ask
the juveniles of every ward te meet in
Centre square at 7 o'clock whence the
route of the young Democrats will be as
fellows : Ferm en Centre square, up North
Queen te Chestnut, te Mary, te West
King, te Deiwait. te 3Ianer, te West
King, te Prince, te Conestesja, te Seuth
Queen, te Vine, te Rockland, te Middle,
te East King, te Ann, countermarch te
Centre square, and dismiss.
I'linSTLK COUNT AWAKE.
1,000 Ueaioerut at Springileld.
The meeting of the Democracy of North
crn Chester county "at Springfield en
Thursday evening, was a grand success.
There were six clubs, numbering 500
.voters in line, 150 horsemen and 350 in
citizens drcs-. Jes. S. Keener presided,
assisted by Vice Presidents Jacob Seidlc,
William Gilmer, James 3IcGewen,
Jehn Km I z and William Shindle.
Secretaries:- II. D. Amnions, David
Lyrich, William Kullmau. 31. D. 3Iar
shalls : Samuel Handwerk, Dr. Darlington
Lewis. Dr. b. B. suavely.
The meeting was address by
and Jehn 15. Dainpinan,
llattle et Perryvllle.
is the anniversary of
Te-dav is the anniversary et the battle
of Chaplin Hills, which was fought Octo
ber 3, 18C' near the town of Pcrryville,
Kv. It was the fii.-t engagement in which
the 7Mh Regt. P.i. Vels, took an active
pait and in which they lest 189 men,
killed, wounded and missing. Gen. Den
Carles Bnell was in command of the Union
force-, thei'udi the biunt of the battie fell
upon the uallanc General Levcll II. Rous Reus
seiu. of Kentucky. Gen. Bragg was in
command of the Confederate forces.
Te-day isale the centennial anniversary
of the Revolutionary battle .of King's
.Mountain, G. C. and it is being celebrated
with imposing cciuiueny.
Pilgrimage te ISaitimerc.
Lancaster cemmaudcry of Knights Tem
plar will leave this city for Baltimore en
Monday, wheic they will participate in the
celebration of the leOth anniversary of the
city. They will take about 100 members
and will be accompanied by Clcmmeus's
City band. The knights will assemble at
their hall at one o"c!e3k en Monday after
noon, and after a short street parade they
will proceed te the Pennsylvania railroad
,jor,et where th
trim While i
!iey will Ieave en the Z:1U
in uaitimere Headquarters
be at Masonic temple.
Andiew McLaughlin, who was arrested
en suspicion of having robbed Schecnberg-
m .9 J (-.fW l.C . -1 X
?l ',"" l al iu leieni E"
l il I lf Alderman McCene-
i my jesiuruuy aiiuiuueii uuu iiwcuiiiji
I ed, there being no evidence against him.
Prof, himl Aust, arrested for assault aud
battery en a lame boy named Jacob Otte,
had a hearing before Alderman McConemy
and was discharged.
3!aiuiinth llanceclc Sweet Petate.
It was raised by Jacob Kunkcl, in Dru Dru
mere township, Lancaster county, and
weighs 4 peundsaud 14 ounces ; it measured
17 inches in circumference.
Seme cruel man put the figures 329 en
the 2Tcw Era bulletin black beard last
night and they have been there ever since.
Th Humane Hall.
Tiie Iluinane fire cempmy will held a grand
fireman's dress ball in their beautiful new
engine house en West King street this crcn
ing. The management of the affair is in geed
liniuiK and there will be a fine time.
A service et sacred song, together with ether
exercises, will be held in the public uoheol
building, corner of Lemen and Linie atrccU,
te-morrow (Saturday) eveuiug, commencing
at V, o'clock. Ail persons are cordially in
vited te attend.
JT Although lully one-half of the entire
stock et Heets and Shoes at the Parler Shoe
Stere has been bold, there still remain about
5,000 pairs of th-j best class el Heets and Shoes,
which must be sold at once, no matter at what
sacrifice. Alse part of the fixtures left. Stere
Roem ler Kent, Xe. 20 East King street, op.
pesite Lancaster County National Bank. It
The Pennsylvania railroad will eell excur
ion tickets te Baltimore Irem October Stu te
20th, and they will be geed until 23d. Via Col
umbia and Yei k the prica ler the round trip
willbc$2.3S. Via Harrisburg the fare will be
DiseeTcrles by Accident.
The fact tlmt many et the most valuable dis
coveries have been the result et chance rather
than of design or contemplation, is again 11.
Installed in lJAT'a Kidkkt Pab.
Prof. Guilmettc's French Kidney Pad cures
all diseases of the kidneys, in both male and
female. Fer ale by all druggists.
Cheap excursion te Reading en Saturday.
OcteberJ). Fare for the round trip only $1.25
Train leaves Lancaster (King Street) at 7:55 a.
iu. and Columbia at 7:35 a. m. Tickets geed te
uturn en any train. Grand Democratic
parade at 1 p. All clubs arc invited te attend.
Governer Gee. B. McClcllan,.W. U. Hensel and
ethers will speak. Fer particulars see circu
lars at stations. e2,4,6,8Sltw
Prevent weakness and degeneration of th
kidneys and urinary ergansMalt Bitters.
We have just placed, en exhibition an invoice of OIL PAINT-'
ENGS of vari6d 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 cerdiaUy invited te call at our store and in
H. Z. BHOADS & BRO., Jewelers,
Ne. 4 West King Street.
While the fields wo're reaming evar,
Breathing new-mown hay and clever,
We'll think of her, as la ear went.
Whose teeth and breath arc, every day,
White as whit clever sweet as hay,
And all Irem lining SOZODON'T.
Tbe quean of medicinal aud toilet soaps, the
"Female complaints" are the result of lui
pure bleed. Use " LIndsey'a liloed Seal clier."
It U impossible ler a woman after a faitlilul
course of treatment with Lydia K. Pinkham s
Vegetable Compound te coiitiuue te sulTer
with a weakness et the uterus. Enclose a
stamp te Mrs. Lydla E. Plukham, 237 Western
arcnue. Lynn, Masa., for paflBJhlets.
Poverty ami Suffering.
"I was dragged down with debt, jtevcrty and
uttering ler years, caused by a sick family and
large bills for doctoring, which did them no
geed. I wa completely discouraged, until
ene year age, by the advice of my pastor, I
procured Hep Bitters 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 mcn.yeu can keep your
families well a year with Hep Cillers ler less
than ene doctor's visit will co-d. A. Working
"'Sellers' Liver IMUV cured me e! liver com
plaint of eight years' standing," Win. Evans,
Jellct, 111. Give them a trial.
The Pleasures et Hepe.
When the body fobeweil with pain an intense
longing for relief brings hope. This may
brighten the suffering but It deus net cure. At
a time like this hew welcome is such a lriend
as Warner's Safe Kidney and Liver Cure,
bringing hope, health and happiness and the
joys of a renewed lite. 1
Try Lecher's Kenewned Cough Syrup.
The name et WILLIAM McCOMSET, 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.
ELIMU. SXYOEK. of the Ninth ward, wll
be a candidate for the Democratic nomination
te the Legislature from Lancaster City. Sub
feet te Democratic rules. id
The regular mcelingef the Third Ward liar.,
cock aud English club will be held at the Cen
tral Headquarters this evening at 7 o'clock.
A full attendance is- requested.
There will be a meeting of tha committee of
arrangements and ward committees of the
Hancock club at Uotluveiler's hall ou Friday
evening for the purpese of completing ar
rangements ler the ball te be held at "Until- I
n unci & Jiuii uu r i juuy Ul villus, JClOUCl 19. A
full attendauce is desired.
Sixth WurU-Auicricus Club.
The club will meet at their mom in the
Schiller Heuse te-morrow (Friday) evening at
8 o'clock. Let thore be n full attendance, r.s
business cf importance, relating te the club's
visit te Yerk en the ilft Inst., will be acted
Company A Eighth "Ward,
Ce. A, of the Eighth ward Hancock club, will
meet at Mrs. Die-Id's saloon this evening
for drill. The company is composed et per
sons living ou East High te run, thence te city
limits, East High te line el' ward.
Company C Eighth Ward.
Ce. C, et the Eignth ward Hancock club, will
bold n epeeial meeting en Fiiday evening at
Vi o'clock at Lucas Fritz's saloon. St. Jeseph
street. Diill after the meeting. The company
is composed of members living en High, St.
Jeseph, Poplar, Fremont, Union. Hazel and
irem ;run west te city limits aud all streets
south of Haxel te city limits. A full attend attend
niiee is requested.
The regular stated meeting et the Niutli
ward Hancock uud English club will be held
at their club room, ever Arneld Haas's saloon,
Xerlh Qneen street, en Friday evanlng at 7J
Yeung Men's Club.
The boys et the different ward-, will have a
torehllght precession en Saturday eveniug
next. All clubs will turn out in lull force and
meet at Centre Square, whare the parade will
The members of the Hancock Legien who
desire te attend the mass meeting at Quarry,
ville en Tuesday, Oct. 12, as an escort te the
speakers en that occasion, are rcqueeted te
hand In their names te any of the underpinn
ed commute net later than Monday evening,
Oct. 11. Fare for the round trip G3e. ; includ
ing lunch, neon and evening, $1.00. Tickets
can be procured from any of the committee,
Philip Bernard, Cha?. F. ltengicr, II. 11. Mc Mc Mc
Coeomy, Wm. T. .Teflcries.W. IT. Hensol, Cem
mlttec, There will be an adjourned meeting
of the Legien en Monday evening at the Cen
On Friday afternoon at.d evening. October 13.
Pole raising in the afternoon and t-peiklng in
the evening. Speakers : Jehn A. Ceyle, B. F.
Gess Aebn. On the 7th of October, ItiS), by
the Uev. W. T. Gerhard, at his residence, Xe
Si East Orange street. Mr. Charles Gess, of
Willow Street, te Miss Lizzie Agen, of Cones Cenes
toga township. It
G BOUND DOG LUXCU TO-MOKKOW
night at the Schiller Ilen-c. B-tz's Phil
adelphia Beer. PETER LOTZ,
100 Tens et Rags Wrantcd,
Fer which the highest price will be paid.
2Ji CENTS PER POUND FOR GOOD MIXED
KAG8. 3 CENTS PER POUND FOR
The highest price nald ler Woolens, Ola
Paper, Beeks, Ac. Teh Rag Assertcrs wanted,
te whom the highest price will be paid.
JOHN A. SHOBER,
Cor. North Queen and Orange Streets,
y9-tfdRl Lancaster, Pe
On MONDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1850, will be
sold at the Leepard Hetel, East King street,
that valuable three-story BRICK DWELLING
and let et ground, situated en the cost side of
North Lime street Ne. 307. The house contains
hall, parlor, dining room and kitchen en first
fleer, five rooms en second fleer, and two
rooms en third fleer ; 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 and water closets and furnace in the
cellcr te beat the whole heuse. This is a per
fect house vll through. , ,
One half the purchase money cun remain In
the property for a number of years.
Sale te commence at 7 o'clock p. in., of said
day, when conditions of sale will be made
known by C. A. REEUE,
H. Bbcbzbt, Auet. cet2-StdR
New xerk .llartcet.
Xbw Yens. Oct. 8. Fleur SUit and West
ern firm, fairly uctlve expert and home trade
demand ; Superfine, :i5e4 00: extra de $4 10
1 33: choice, de, $4 304C5: fancy de.
ft 705 7-) : round hoop Ohie H 50 05 : choice
de 500086 00; superfine western f.:50 00;
common te geed extra de H 1004 33 ; choice
tle de $4 40QU'2J; choice white wheat de S4 15
t CO; Southern quiet and active ; com
mon te fair extra $4l5 40; geed te choice
de $5 5005 75.
Wheat about $c better, lalrly active ; chiefly
speculative; Ne. 2 Ked Oct. $1 11)1; Jev.
$1 llii&l 12 ; Dec. 1SQ!1 lZ)i,
Cern without decided change: Mixed west
ern spot, .12&A53C : de future, 52K"ffi54Jc.
Oats a shade firmer; State 4144c; West
Phil a delt-hi a, Oct. 8. Fleur firm, with fair
inquiry ; superfine $2 753 25; cxlru BM'gl
4 00 ; Ohie aud Indiana family $5 25G 00 ;
I'enn'n family de$5 005 25 : St. Leuin lamily
at $5 7.530 25: Minnesota family 94 00$5 75;
pat cut and high grades $7 0008 25.
Rye flour at $5 oe5 12.
Wheat strong at the advance in prices : Ne.
1 Western Rhe?i lll 1VA ; Pa. Reil 91 1031 12 ;
Amber $1 101 12.
Cern firm ou light supply ; steamer, 5Je ;
yellow at 54c; mixed 51c.
Oats steady ; Ne. 1, White 42c : Ne. 2 de 40J
41c;Ne.3 de at 33c; Ne. 2, Mixed at 33jr39c.
Rye quiet at 9Jc.
Previsions iu steady jobbing trade; mess
perk 91(50; beef Inims $1G 50 17 00; In
lian mess beel at $18 50; smoked haras 11
12c; pickled ham- SiffiOc ; bacon smoked
shoulders G-c ; salt de5c.
Lard market firmer ; city kettle at 9c : loe3e
butclicrs' 84J8Jc ; prime steam $3 G2St 70.
Butter quielund easy; Creamery extra at .'0
32c; de geed te choice 2723c: Bradford
county and New Yerk extra. 2028s ; Western
reserve extra 2223c ; de geed te choice 1120c :
Uells quiet : Penn'a extra 2032? ; Western rt
serv extra 2023c.
Eggs steady ; Penn'a Extra 22c ; Western
Cheese dull, but unchauged ; New Yerk lull
cream 13Jffll4e ; Western lull cream 1313!e :
de lair te geed 123120 ; de half skims 1;
Petroleum nominal ; refined at 12c.
Whisky at 91 12.
Seeds Geed te prime Clever nominal at
$7 f 08 00 ; Timethy dull at 92 75g2 80; Flax
Heed at $130.
New Yerk Stocks.
A. at. a. 31.
P. M. P. M
Krie R. R
Michigan &. a. L. ....
Michigan Cent. R. It.
Chicago, M JfcSt. P...
Han. & St. .1. Cem
" " P'ld....
Teledo A Wabash....
Ohie A Mississippi. ..
St. Leuis. I. M.&S.R.,
Ontario and Western. 22
C. C. A I. C. R. R
New Jersev Central.. Ti'i
Del. A Hud-en Canal. 84
Del., uick. A Western 9Vi
western union ici... wa
Pacific Mail S. S. Ce..
Kansas A Texas
Kiiw Yerk Central....
A lams Expn-ss
Cleveland A Pitts
Cliicnge A Reck I
Pittsburgh A Ft. W...
American U. Tel. Ce.
Pennsylvania It, It....
Phil'a. A Reading.
57 57 57
14 14J UH
33 34 3
27 27K '.'8
52J? WZ 31K
1A .... l&Z
Northern Faei tic Cem 27
Phil'a A Erie It. R...
Un. It. R'a of N. J 1751? 17
... -eyi ei
Hestonville Pas Ill 19
Central Trans. Ce
Lecal Meck and Ilemltt.
Lauc.Cily G per et. Lean, due 1SS0...$U
" ' 18S2... 100
" ' 1&90... 100
' " 1895... 10O
" 5 per ct. in 1 or 30 years. . 100
Lane, aud Quarryv'c R. It. bend.... 101
" " stock.... 50
Lancaster and Ephrata turnpike... 25
Lanc.EHzabetht'n undMiddlct'n.. 100
Lancaster and Fiuitville turnpike. 50
Lancaster ami Lititz turnpike 25
Lancaster and Maner turnpike.... 50
Lancaster uud Manlieim turnpike. 25
Lancaster and Marietta turnpike.. 25
Lane. 1111,1 New Helland turnpike.. 1(0
Lane, and Mrashuig turnpike 25
Lane, and Susquehanna turnpike.. 300
l-auc. uud Willow Street turupike. 25
Farmers' Nat. Bank et Lancaster.. . 50
First Nat. Bank of Lancaster luO
Lancaster County Nat. Hank 50
Inquirer Printing Ce 50
LancGea Light und Fuel Ce. stock. 25
' " " bends.
PREPARE FOR THE CAMPAIGN
We have Large Chinese Lanterns.
We have Muslin Flags et all sizes.
We have Streamers in abundance.
We have Deublo Portraits of Candidates 22
by 18 inches.
We have Single Portraits at 5c eaeh.
We have in stock diflcrent sizes of
We have u geed supply of
We have Greek Fire.
We have Badees In Silk and Metal.
We take orders and supply all kinds of
Equipments te Clubs.
D. S. BUESK,
17 East King- Street, Lancaster.
LAHOlt WANTED. FOUR GOOD CUK
i riers en Harness Leather. Apply te or
address KEYSTONE TANNTERY.
(J. Rife A Bre.).
ect5-3td 0AS Mlddletewn, Dauphin Ce., Fa.
WANTED A DINING ROOM UIKL.. AP
nlv at Conland's Hetel. N03. 125 and 127
North Queen street. ltd
WANTED EMPLOYMENT BY A XOUNG
married man with sever.il years experi
ence as salesman. Willing and able te work
at anything. Please address by letter G. H.,
522 West King street. ltd
Office of the MAneirr Mutual Life A sac-)
WANTED-GOOD, ACTIVE, BESPONSI
ble Agents in each township of the
eeuntv et Lancaster. Annly in band writing
of Applicant te the Heme Oflice.
Li. li. I1U JlJirJJ, OCCJ.
ScIInsgreve, Snyder county, Pa.. Septemlier
It The Ball of the Humane Steam Fire En
gine Company Ne. 6 will take place at their
new engine iieusu, rai un bucui, uii r ill
DAY EVENING, OCTOBERS. 2td
VTOTIUK, SIB KNIGHTS.
Ill Sir Knights eelng te Baltimore en Mon
day, Oct. 11. wishing Knis tit's Templar glove
and cresses or any special 'article of equip
ment can get them between new and Friday
evening, 8th, bv leaving their order with Jehn
S. Givler, at
GIVLEB, BOWERS ft HURST'S,
ect7 Ne. 25 East King street Lancaster,
FRIDAY EVENING, OCT. 8, I860.
Washesgtex, D. C, Oct. 8. Fer the
Middle states clear weather during the rest
of Friday, , northeast te southeast winds,
falling barometer and stationary or slight
rise in temperature, followed te-night with
threatening weather and rain in the south
PERILS OF THE RAIL.
fatal Accident at Littleton, tau.
Bosten, Oct. 8. The through Western
express train for Bosten, en the Fitchbnrg
railroad, met with an accident at Little
ten, Mass., last night, by which two per
sons were killed and several injured.
While rounding a curve the two rear cars
becanie detached, were derailed, and ran
into some freight cars en a side track.
Enech Varney, master car builder of the
read, and 3Ir. Falconer, of Aycr Junction,
were crushed terribly aud died almost in
stantly. Eight or ten were injured mere or less,
among them being Mr. and Mrs. Dexter
Tompkins, of Cbarlcstewu, who are both
se badly hurt that they cannot be remev
ed from Littleton.
Iejnred en the Switch Hack.
Maccii Cdcxk, Pa., Oct. 8. Christian
Beschc, the eldest employee of the Switch
back railroad, has had ene leg cut oft and
received probably fatal injuries by being
run ever by a truck.
Tllfc TURKISH TlteUULEs.
A Reminder Frem Bismarck' Organ.
Losden, Oct. 3. The North German
Gazette. Prince Bismarck's organ, consid
ers that, as in quarters an execution
against Turkey is advocated, it is net in
opportune te leprint protocol 18 of the
Berlin congress. The piotecol shows that
the congress rejected both the Russian
proposal and the Austrian amendment re
specting the control and supervision of
the execution of tbe treaty of Berlin, and
the Turkish plenipotentiary declared that
the Perte was ready te cairy tbe treaty
but declined te submit te any control.
Chicago, Oct. 8. At an interview with
a reporter of the 2TeiN, this morning.
General Grant said that he had
net received any communication from
General Hancock in reference te the
recently published Fowler interview,
and when asked if he expected such a
communication, lie said it was net impos
sible that he should hear from Gen. Hau Hau
cec". but he did net expect te before
leavi'ig Chicago. Gen. Grant leaves here
at 3 o'clock this afternoon, accompanied
by Mrs. Grant, for New Yerk via Pitts
burgh & Fert Wayne railroad, and will go
through without step.
The Lettery "War.
Washington, Oct. 8. In regard te the
status of the lottery cases pending before
the United States supreme court a confer
ence was held with the attorney-general
te-day, aud it was agreed that in couse ceuse
quencc of the resignation of Postmaster
General Kuy, against whom the proceed
ings were originally instituted by the lot
tery people, the case will be dismissed by
THK HOYS IN BLUE.
A i'utal Accident and a ITIglit.
Dencek, Cel., Oct. 8. On an excur
sion train last night, carrying the Beys in
Blue, Jacob Geed had his neck broken by
coming in contact with a freight car while
thrusting his head out of a car window.
Seme of the paity discharged revolvers in
discriminately and a colored man was
wounded in the leg.
l'ires In Manning, S. C.
Cn.vmxsTON, S. C, Oct. 8. A letter
from Manning, S. C, says : Fire jester-
day meuing destroyed the general store of
M. Levy, with the entire stock; Ie5s about
$35,000. The store of A. Weinberg was
also burned; less unknown. The cause
of the fire was incendiarism.
Men Crushed te Jelly.
Wateubukv, Conn., Oct. 8. Twe la
borers named Themas Kill ec and M. Nieel
were killed here this meining by the cav
ing in of a bank. Kilroe's bend was smash
ed te a jelly, and Xicel" body was fright
Capture or n Vn ger.
Sax Francisce, Oct. 8. J. L. Evans
who arrived here from Australia yesterday,
was immediately arrested for forgery te
the amount of eight hundred pounds. The
sum of seven hundred and fifty pounds
was recovered from him.
fatal Quarrel or Sailors.
Queexstewn, Oct. 8. The saileis from
the ship Bospherus lying off foundry wharf
quarrelled last night. One of them drew
a knife and stabbed the ether te the heart
killing him instantly. The murderer was
Dissipation and Death.
Wilxesbaere, Pa., Oct. 8. Michael
McCascy was found lyiug at the feet of
the cellar stairs iu A. Kretho's saloon this
morning. He died shortly after. His
death was the result of an accident, as he
was a dissipated man.
Escaped and at Large.
Salem, Mass., Oct. 8. Charles F. Free
man, tbe Pocasset child murderer, escaped
from the Danvers insane hospital this
morning and is at large.
JT A Farm, one mile from the city of Lancas
ter, en the Petersburg turnpike, containing
about ene hundred and live acres i thirty acres
of which is new in fall crops ; privilege te put
out two acres in tobicce. Enquire at Ne. 8
North Duke street or en the premises.
OCt7-10tdeed 3IRS. JOHN McGRANN.
PUBLIC SALE OF REAL ESTATK.
On WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1S80, at
the Leepard Hetel, East King street, will be
sold a two-story BRICK DWELLING, with
two-story Brick Back Building, containing
6evcn (7) rooms, with gas, situated at Ne. 20
Plum street. Tiie let xrents 17 leet 4 inches by
Sale te commence at 7 o'clock p. m , when
terms will be made known by
S. Hess A Sen, Aucts.
On SATURDAY, OCTOBER 9, wUI be sold
at tbe Leepard Hetel, a valuable three story
Brick Dwelling and two-story Brick Back
bullding, containing 11 rooms ; also a Brick
Building and Frame Shed Heuse. Me. 442 East
King Street. Let fronts 3i feet, 2J inches ; in.
depth 245 reet te a 14 icet wide public alley.
Hydrant in tbe yard, Fruit Tree. Ac. Pale te
commence at 7 o'clock p.m.. when condition
will be made known by .-,
N0.159X NORTH QUEEN STREET, near P. If.
K. Depot, Lancaster, Pa.. Geld, Silver anil
Nickel-cased Watches, Chains, Clocks, Ac.
Agent ler the celebrated Funtascopie Spccta
des and Eye-GhUBcs. Repairing a specialty.
SPECIAL ORDERS FOR
Receive most areful attention.
DESIGNS AND ESTIMATES SUBMITTED
B. P. BOWMAN,
106 EAST KING STREET,
Casters, &e., &e
Ware, at Reason
e. 20 East KlBg Street, Lancaster, Pa.
902 Chestnut Street,
FOR BRIDAL PRESENTATIONS.
A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT IX NEW
Tea Services, Ferks, and Spoons,
Fancy Silver, Complete
Our stock in this department is
unexcelled. "We guarantee superior
quality at positively lowest prices.
Orders and inquiries by mail will
receive prompt attention. Goods by
Iu rich Silver.
In Elegant Plated Ware
In Fine Diamendr.
In Foreign Fancy Goods.
In Decorated Porcelains.
In Great Variety,
Te Suit Erery Taste,
At Very Lew Prices.
BMT, BANKS & BIDDLE,
JEWELERS, blLVEUSMITIIK, IMPORTERS,
12TH AND CHESTNUT STS.,
MOUSE EVKNISUIXU UOOD8.
FLIM & BEBpSUJf .
Would advise ull who contemplate putting la
HEATERS or making any alterations In their
heating arrangements te 1I0 se at enca before
tha rush or Kail Trade begins.
TIIE MOST RELIABLE
Steves, Heater!! md Bams,
In tbe Market at the
Fiii & Breneman's
GREAT STOVE STORE,
152 North Queen Street,
C1ANVASSEKS MAKE FKOXS35 TO S59
per week selling goods for E. G. HIDE
OUTS CO., 10 Barclay street, Xcw Yerk. Bend
for Catalogue nnrt terms. aujrIMy w