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LANCASTER DAIIiY ElliGENCBai TtflBSDAY KKTOBER 12, 1880
OCR KEGCLAK COBKESPONDF.NCE
Badetef Fresh News Frem the Borough en
Rev. F. W.Staley, pastor of tbc E. E
Lutheran church, has been delivering a
series of lectures en " Pilgrim's Progress
during the past several weeks and will con
tinue lecturing en the same subject for a
few weeks te come. The lectures arc licid
in the lecture room of the church every
Wednesday evening and all persons inter
ested in the subject arc invited te attend.
The attendance at most of the meetings
held has been geed. . .
The fence te the rear of Hely Trim y
Catholic church, en Cherry street above
Fourth, has been tern down and will be
replaced by a brick wall, which is new in
course of erection.
S. B. McCerklc, of Philadelphia, is en a
week's visit te his home in this place.
Mrs. Leah Enney was yesterday after
noon buried from the residence of her son,
Richard C. Enney, en Cherry street above
A number of Masens from Lancaster
passed through here yesterday afternoon
accompanied by Clcmmcns's City band en
their way te Baltimore, Md., te partici
pate in the celebration of the scsqui-ccn-tennial
anniversary of that city. The
party were joined here by several members
of Cyrene cemmandcry K. T., of this
CempanyJ II lakt evening appointed a
committee te study the feasibility of turn
ing one of the spaic looms of the armory
into a reading room for the company.
Ansel Purple and C. C. Haldcman were
elected secretary and assistant secretary,
respectively, te fill vacancies. The com
pany drilled with a very slim turnout
politics the cause.
E. K. Martin, csi., and JIaj. A. C.
Rcinechl, e" Lancaster, will speak here
this evening in the interest of the Republi
The Democracy of Columbia will give a
battalion parade en Wednesday evening
and the Republicans, en Thursday evening.
Each party will turn out every man who
can be peisuade.l te carry a torch, and
.each party will probably extend courtesies
te the ether. This beats fighting all hol
low. That the Indiana and Ohie returns will
net be cagcily awaited is extremely im
probable. It will Le a late hour te-night
he fore many of our citizens sec their beds,
provided, of course, the telegraph operators
can be" persuaded te remain at their pests
and tal.'c the news as it (lashes ever the
By the breaking of aii axle a wreck ec
currcd te a iiarket wagon at Fourth and
Locust streets at about e o'clock this
morning. We went te a cetip'c of black
smith and carriage shops te leek the mat
ter up, but could net learn te whom the
The ministers of the Protestant churches
of Columbia held their weekly meeting
The archery club will sheet at target
Wc had a very light market Inis morn
ing. Produce is reported le have been
The gunners about here arc getting then
traps ready for October 15, when rabbits,
partridges, pheasants and ether game may
be and will be slaughtered. The day is
net a great way off.
Columbians are mere interested than
wc thought they would be in Baltimore's
anniversary celebration. Tickets arc go
ing right lively. Pcihaps the gaudy dis
play is doing it.
The Republican helmet company of this
place will go te Lancaster again en the
lst. It is'theught a special train will be
COUKT OF COMMON PLEAS.
The Chester Comity Cases Settled.
This was the week set apart for the trial
of ' jeases. sent hcic from Chester county,
nd which arose from the disaster en the
i Mckering Valley R. R. in 1877. kThc suits
w. re brought against the Reading railroad
cel- ijKiiy, which controls the Pickering
Y-i'l. ei'' Yesterday afternoon they
were cmpietaSscd by the parties with ver ver
iliets i t favor the plaintiffs as fellows :
Man ' Ami Tustinand Geerge P. Tnstin,
children ethaaa .Tustin, deceased, vs. the
PhilaiMp hia ' Reading railroad company.
Verdict .", 000. . .
Marv An ii Tustin; surviving parent of
JehiiTustin, deceased, vs. the Philadel
phia & Reading railrnn1 company. er
dict $1,000. ....
Mary Ann Tustin vs. the Philadelphia
& Reading railroad cempa.nJ'- ' erdict
$3,000. . ..
Alirnlmin l'finiiv'inekcr VS. til"5 illia-
dclphia fc Reading railroad coiI"'" ceiI"'"
Olive Mary Prizer, by her guardian, iVc.
Isaac N. Schacffer vs. the Philadelphia &
Reading railroad company. Verdict.
The plaintiffs in all of the cases were
persons who were injured in the disaster
or relations of these who were killed.
Court adjourned until Monday at 10
Chief of Police Deichlcr has received a
postal from Philadelphia te the following
Eliza McKcevcr, 70 years of age, gray
hair, 5 feet 5 inches high, dark dress, has
been missing from her home in Philadel
phia, since Aug. 15, 18S0. Is childish, and
subject le waudering off. Sometimes
gives her name as Lizzie Gorden. Gener
ally gees up te policemen for information."
A woman answering her description was
in the Lancaster station heusft ever Sun
.day and gave her name as Anna Donaghy.
She said, however, that she was 91
years old and had served as nurse during
three seasons of yellow fever in Philadel
phia. She was discharged from the sta-ion-heusc
A day or two age Frauk Ilaitniyer's pet
dev a beautiful Italian greyhound, was
put te death by being chloroformed, the
chloroform being administered by saturat
ing a sponge, placing it in a cone and hold
ing it ever the deg's nose. The deg had
been bitten about four weeks age by an
other deg, and was put te death because
it showed symptoms of hydrophobia.
A KengU Tarty.
Mayer MacGeniglc had before him this
morning a party of sixteen tramps.arrcsted
as stated yesterday, inthe vicinity of Sciiroy Sciirey
er's hothouses en the Ilarrisburg pike.
Twe of the party were committed for eight
days, three for nine days, five for ten days,
one for twelve days, one for twenty days,
two for twenty-five days and two, who did
net belong te the gang, were discharged.
A Giant IScct.
Our old Democratic friend Gee. Dillcr,
.-etel keeper at Lcaman Place, sends us a
.iple, a mammoth Hancock red beet.
win aS H pounds and measuring 30
-m,p5 around the length and 23 inches
in breadth Tret out your Garfield beets
Gen. ftimnelBwn' Insurance.
Jacob B. Leng, agent Peun Mutual life
iusurancrcempanv of Phihidclphia paid
te-day te Mi. Pliebc W. Ress wife of
Gen. Samuel Ress, debased, tG.014.,4
being-the amount of insurance due her
from the above company.
Large Crep of Clever Seed.
Ex-Deputy Sheriff J. D. Wilsen, of Ful
ton township, en his farm in Fulton town
ship raised 46 bushels of clever seed en 18
acres of laud. This is a very large crop
and is hard te beat.
TTIE FIGHT ON "THE HILL.'
Mere Sworn Testimony The Accused Police
Vindicated The Republican Cam
paign ties Exploded.
The following additional testimony was
tiiVnn hfnr( the maver last evening and
4 this morning in the case of Colonel Elias
3IcMcllcn against the police omcersier
neglect of duty during the riot enthe
"hill" en Friday evening last. It will be
seen that the bleed and thunder stories of
the New Era and Examiner arc completely
exploded by the sworn testimony of their
own witnesses examined yesterday and
te-day, without taking into account the
testimony offered en the part of the ac
Fer the prosecution Henry N. Stevens
was sworn and testified as follews: After
the fuss en the hill and the precession had
come down te the square, I went te the
colonel of the battalion and asked him if
he could net get an escort te go up ever
the hill with the Columbia people. . He
said he would see what he could de. After
I left him I saw Mr. Deichlcr and asked
him for an escort. He told me the police
men were all out en their beats. Seme
one in the crowd called out he should
swear in fifty men te go ever the hill with
the Columbians, no said, " I will attend
te it myself and see what I can de.'" I
said one man would be of no account as
an escort going ever that hill. Seme one
said that lie, the chief, would be a pretty
fellow te go ever the hill through that
crowd by himself. He turned round te
me ; I suppose he thought it was I who
said it, when he said te me if I was net
careful I might get myself into trouble.
Fer the defense of the accused officers
the following witnesses were called and
C. A. Oblendcr, sworn : I was en Maner
street in rear of Dr. Leng's ; saw the pro pre
cession coming along peaceably until the
Fourth ward came along ; saw a little bev
ten or twelve years old, and saw one of the
Fourth ward club strike him ever the
head with a teich because the boy hur
rahed for Hancock ; this was seen by Mrs.
Alderman Dennelly, Mrs. Waltz and an
other lady ; when 1 saw this I went for an
officer ; found Hannan and told him what
had occurred, and requested him te go and
sec about it. lie went out and get the
precession moving ; it was stepped at the
time Harmau was there endeavoring te de
his duty; The crowd was tee large and
disorderly for any one man or two men te
nrcscrve order. Geedman was in this fuss,
and this was the occasion upon which
Harman was accused of holding Geedman;
saw Harman take .held ofGeodman for the
purpose of preserving order.
David Carr, sworn : Was at the Plew
tavern talking te Mr. Harman when the
fuss was up en Maner stiect. Mr. Harman
walked up and then he came down again.
When the fuss was en West King street,
opposite Martin's I saw Harman go down
te where it was and saw him trying te
make peace. He was trying te make
peace at the tavern when the precession
Herace Miller, swern: I was standing at
the Plew tavern when the hiss was en
Maner street last Friday night. Harman
was at the Plew tavern with mc. When the
fuss began Harman ran up and 1 followed
him. The crowd commenced te halloo
and make a noise. Harman nishcd in
among thcin and pushed back all who
were in his way and told them te be quiet.
They became quiet, and then he came back
and went down te Ackcrmau's where an
other fuss was taking place, lie caught
held of some of them there and pushed
them back ; I mean these who wcie crowd
ing en the precession. Oflicer Flick came
Yl.r.1. im1 l'MiWl tr imsli li.ink the crowd.
When the crowd was in Maner street I
saw him push back the crowd te the pave- J
ment ; I saw him going into the crowd and ,
de all in his power te preserve the peace : .
sfliv liim take held of no one except te
keep order. I would have seen him,
think, if he had done anything onto! the
Edward Hardy sworn : I was standing
at the Plew tavern as the precession came
en te West Kimr street : when the fuss
commenced en West King street, Mr. liar- J
man was standing there; I s.vsv him insh '
into the crowd; just at that time some one
in the ranks called halt : I saw Hannan y
push the crowd back, and the stones were I
thrown from the direction of the sheet
towards the tavern ; I ran into the. tavern "
and saw a young man washing ins lace.
Hc'teldmc lie hail been hit with a stone ;
his nam 2 was Hebrank : he was a Jiooker Jieoker Jioeker
on. I sawHIarman try te de all he could
te keep things quiet.
Andrew J. Flick, police euicer, mveih
On Pridnv itiirhf. mi the occasion el the I
Republican precession, we were inarching '
1U.JUUHUU111UVI ... . "
up Maner street
mmn tn I Ir. l.en' K cer- I
ncr : I met Mr. Gill who came into l.ie
-... - -" r
rnks as a friend and inarched one deer
k 'Uii .in .. iuuiiu tnvi ..... ... ...
below" UC P'ew tavern with me.
,et. ...,. biii fellow whom I don't
l.l.T )UUJU tr , ,,
who took beh? el mc and struck mc Gi
took held of him, saving te mc "111
,.r. i . ,.! " Diceifl lvautz ami liar-
ma'i both came up after he had hit mc aim
toei:holdofhim, but the crowd was se
large and rough, and in such confusion,
that it was impossible for any man te
make an arrest there. 1 d.-cw my billy out
,i oeiri " let- i,;,n ,.,imn .( he wanted
te get at mc again. Gill sau'l hc we!a
stand by me, aud said te the man . IC ou"', , i
te knew who lie was hitting, and .should (
tw.f- Innnli nn nllii-er T tn.'ilr mv il:ir an'i
marched awav. Harman and Kautz wc"v I
both called en by me and they did what
they could te assist me.
O. B. Shertzcr, sworn : 1 saw Mr.
Kautz, while I was standing under my
deer, Ne. 353 West King etrcct; a crowd
collected and some one said he was going
out te the precession tonic some one , i
Officer Kautz held him by the coat and ,
said, "Yeu stay here ; it is net your place
our, there: it is a
and vea have no businesi there. 1 O
held him until the crowd rushed
en, when the man get away from the offi
cer ; there was a man with a cape en who
rushed in and said he would clean out the
crowd en the pavement. Officer Kautz
get between him aud the crowd and kept
them apart and told him te go en with the
paaradc ; I saw Kautz in the crowd at
Ackcrmau's when the- precession rushed
in ; I knew neither the man Kautz pushed
back nor the man from the precession.
Frank Ilubley sworn : Was standing
corner Wesc King and Charlette streets ;
saw the crowd fussing around ; saw Officer
Kautz trying te Keep order around the
Plew tavern : saw him take held of several
men for the purpose of preserving order.
I was in the precession but slipped out of
it there, intending te go te the ball at the
Humane engine house.
Henry Keller, sworn : Was standing in
front of the Plew tavern when the proces preces
sion came along ; a fuss took place : Mr.
Kautz came pushing through the crowd
and did all in his power te step the fuss ;
He grabbed one of the fellows who was
fighting there, but he was pulled out of
Mr. Kautz's hands.
Geerge Shay, police officer, swern: I
was standing en Alderman Dennelly's
step en West"K'mg street as the precession
came out of Maner street ; a large part
had already passed when some women
came running up West King street, saying
there was fighting en Maner street, just
nrnnnil ilia corner, near the old hose
house ; I ran immediately te the place aud
found fighting going ou ; Officer Harman
was there deiusi his best te step it ; I
pushed in the lighting was en the pave
ment and took held of two men, ene of
whom were a cap and cape and the ether
was in citizen's dress ; I took one in each
hand te separate them and succeeded in
doing se ; the lightiug then ceased at that
point. Who the fighting parties were I
don't knew: cverythins was confusion.
Harman did everything he could te separate
the fighting men and restore order. I nt
nothing of the fighting en West King
street, rue cniei ei pence sens me en me
hill te keep order around the Humane ball
and wherever else I might be required.
My duties in the earlier part of the night
were in Centre Square.
Chief Delchler Vindicated.
The New Era having published a para
graph te the effect that Chief of Police
Deichler had refused te furnish an escort
ever the hill te the Columbia company
that paraded, the chief went te Columbia
te see the commander of the company
about the matter. He met thatgentleman
and found that he had already written the
following letter te Mayer MacGenigle.
" Columbia. Oct. 11, 1880.
" Information has reached me this morn
ing that the chief of police had refused me
an escort for my company en leaving for
Columbia. I did net ask for an escort and
must in justice te the chief deny that there
is any truth in the assertion made. The
chief came te me and said that some gen
tlemen had sent him and said that the Col
umbia company should have an escort ever
the hill. He said he did net think there
would be any treuble.but that himself and
two policemen would go up te Maner
street and see that we were protected, for
which I thank him.'
Vetting en the Election.
This morning there was some lively bet
ting en the election in the vicinity of the
Pennsylvania railroad depot. Mr. W.
offered te bet $300 that Garfield will be
elected president. The bet was promptly
taken by Mr. II. Mr. W. had $300 mere
that he wenld like te wager en Garfield,
and he was promptly accommodated by
Mr. M. Mr. W. had a $10 that he wished
te risk en Perter (Republican) of Indiana,
and he was accommodated by Mr.
M., who wished te increase the stake.
Mr. W. began . te weaken a little
but was induced te try $100 mere en Gar
iield, just te accommodate Mr. B.,who was
"spoiling" ie put up a trille en Hancock.
Mr. B. tried hard te introduce Mr. W. te
come again, but that gentleman was
either out of soap or didn't wish te
invest any mere against Hancock. In
the meantime ether Democratic "business
men " had heard the geed news of a Re
publican who was willing te back his can
didate and hastened te " see " him but
they were tee late. Mr. Wells's $100 is still
at our office waiting te be covered by $80
by any one who believes that the Republi
cans will carry Indiana.
A countryman, accompanied by two
ladies, while driving down North Queen
street this morning, made a Darrow escape
from accident. The mail train west was
pulling out of the depot and the country
man was only a short distance north of
the track. Although the watchman called
te him aud motioned him te step and a
dozen ethers did the same, the countryman
seemed net te understand them, and drove
right across the track in front of the en
giuc, and the cow-catcher almost grazed
the hind wheels of the carriage as it
crossed the track.
It was net Jehn Fisher but his brother
Henry, 555 North Prince street, who acci
dentally shot himself near McCall's Ferry
en Sunday. It is said that he did
net "threw the gun ever the fence"
as slated yesterday, but that he was sit
ting en the fence and a rail broke under
him, causing the discharge of the gun.
His father did net go te Funk's yesterday
te see him, as reported, and wc have noth
ing new in rcgaul te his condition te add
te what was reported yesterday.
Six beets have been stolen from the store
of Jacob Berk, en West King street. All
of them are for the right feet. The thieves
I I should apply te Mr. Berk for the mates.
, M v v.itc was saved by wearing one of Prel.
I Uiilliiietti-'g Kidney Pads, alter I had tried all
j ether remedies," writes a well-known minister
I wiiel'iid the gravel for line years.
Williaui.-en & Fester have just received 40
1 dozen of Men's Working Pants and making a
t-pecial sale et them at C'Jc per pair. ltd
' Cearhma er'ii Rail.
The employees cf Edgcrlcy ft Ce.'s coach
erks w ill Rive a ball at Knthweller's hall en
Thursday, evening next.
A lare hall ar.d
I pleasant time is expected.
General liutlur acknowledges te have been
neatly .shaved w :tli Cuticiira Shaving Seap.
Catch a Tartar
ml when caught scrub well with SOZODONT
Won't spare it. Brush for dear inc. ii you
destroy It, all the better for you and your
,..n. li ...111 .lulrni- f lin linnllll nfllle niniltll.
"--"' "" "-""j - .
. bcaiitv. and your sweet breath.
Xurveu debility, weakness anil decline pre
vented bv a timely ns,e of Mnlt Hitters.
It is impossible ler a woman after a faithful
reiir.c el" treatment with Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Confound te continue te suffer
Willi :i weakness of i!:e uterus. Enclose a
sta'np te Mrs. J.ydi.i E. l'inklmm, 253 Western
avenue. I.yr.n, 5Ias.,ffer pamphlets.
Poverty and Sull'erlng.
" I was dragged down with debt, poverty and
suileringler j-enrs, canned bya sickfamily and
huge bills for doctoring, which did them no
crend. 1 was completely discourasred. until
J vin" year age, by the advice of my pastor, I
procured Hep I'.ittcrs and commenced tneir
use, .l"'! hi one i"0"'1 wc were all well, and
none et us have seen a sick day since, andl
want te say te all peer nicn.yeu can keep your
families well a year with Hep Hitters ter leu
u,anone,loctor's visit will cost.
A woricing wericing
2wd Statistics prove that twenty-nve percent
of the deaths in our larger cities are caused by
consumption, and when we reflect that this
terrible disease in its worst stage will yield te
:i bottle et" J.echer's Uenewned Cough Syrup,
shfdl ve condemn the suflTcrers ler their ncgll
genee, or pity llicm for tlielr ignorance? Ne
OEast King street.
Mr. Kewen, efiJnii Lake, Mich., says: "The
people here cannot de without " Sellers' I.lvcr
Pills." Try them.
'Jirewn's Bronchial Trcclies" are used with
advantage te alleviate Coughs, Sere Threat,
Hoarseness and Bronchial Affections. Ker
thirty years ihe?c Troches have been In use,
with annually increasing favor. They arc net
new and untried, but, having been tested by
wide and constant use for nearly an entire
generation, they have attained well-merited
rank among the few Maple rcnicdicsef the age.
"7;vw'. Bronchial Troches" act directly
en the organs of the voice. They have an ex
traordinary effect in all disorders of the Threat
and Larynx, restoring a healthy tone when re
laxed, either Hern cold or ever-exertion of the
voice, and produce a clear and distinct enunci
ation. Speakers and Singers find the Troches
A Cough, Cehi, Catarrh ei Sere Threat re
quires immediate attention, as neglect often
times results in some incurable Lung Disease.
Brown" s Bronchial Trec7ies" will almost In
variauly give relief. Imitations are offered for
tale, many et which are Injurious. The genu
ine "Brown's Bronchial Troches" are sold
only in boxes. ianl5-lyd&wTu,Th4S
Eclcctrie Uill Amongst the Base Balists.
Jeseph Dnriinbcrger, Broadway, says he had
the misfortune te severely sprain his ankle
ceniluing him te Ids room and causing ex
treme suffering, his brother " Lessee of the E.
Side B. B. Grounds" who always uses It In
such eases, Induced him te try It and he says
that the application et the Eclcctrlc OU half a
dozen times enabled him te walk round and
before he had used y, et the bettle he was
quite recovered. Fer sale by II. B. Cochran,
druggist, Vi: and 130 North Queen street, Lan
caster, Pa. 47
If yen have scrofula, don't lall te use "Dr.
Lindsey's Bleed Searcher." Sold by nil drug,
HEW XDTEftTIS KKKNTB.
We have just placed en exhibition an invoice of OIL PAINT
INGS of varied subjects and rare merit. Among them will be
found a number of Original Game Panel Pieces by Meucei. Origi
nals and Copies by Oastagnela and ether Artists; Figure, Fruit
and Bird Pieces, Neapolitan Character Studies, &c., &e.
The public are cordially invited te call at our store and in-
H. Z. RHOADS & BBO., Jewelers,
Ne. 4 West King Street.
Try Lecher's Renowned Cough Syrup.
Tie Chicago Times says: Warner's Safe
Kidney and Liver Cure Is highly endorsed by
ministers. Judges, physicians, surgeons, by
men et literary and scholarly distinction, and
by individuals in all the walks et life. 3
A witty man can make a jest, a wise man can
take one. It does net take cither te find out
the virtues of Spring Blessem in curing dis
orders arising irem impurities or the bleed.
Constipation. Indigestion, Ac. Prices: 50
cents, trial bottles, in cents. Fer sale by II. B.
Cochran, druggist, 137 and IS) North Queen
street, Lancaster. Pa.
Help te Metners ursing Infants.
It is a conceded fact that mothers who hav
the care, anxiety and draught et nursing in
lants, are weak and need the aid et some
strengthening tonic te make up the nourish
ment required for 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 Grape Wine pro
duced by Alfred Speer, et Passaic, N. J., Is
strictly pure, they la re prescribed it instead
of ale and porter. This wine is principally
sought for by mother who have nursing in
fants at the breast, as the best supplying medl
cine te be found. The wine is rich In body and
net intoxicating, but gently stimulating
Druggists generally keep It. Enquirer.
This wine Is endorsed by Drs. Atlee and
Davis, and sold by II. T.. Slaymaker.
POLITIC Al BULLETIN.
The name et WILLIAM McCOMSEY, of the
First ward, will be presented te the Demo
cratic electors et Lancaster at their primary
elections te nominate a candidate for As
sembly, under Democratic rules.
ELIMU. SNYDEB, of the Ninth ward, wll
be a candidate for the Democratic nomination
te the Legislature from Lancaster City. Sub
fect te Democratic rules. td
Company D of the Eighth Ward Hancock
and English club will meet at Kohlhaas's
saloon Wednesday evening next for drill. The
company comprises all residing In the north
eastern part of the ward. Derwart te West
King te line of ward, Derwart te east side of
run, High te East High, te line et ward.
en Tuesday evening, Oct. 12. Speakers : Jehn
W. Ferney, J. Luther Klngwalt, Gen. 11. Kyd
Douglas and ethers.
Wednesday afternoon, Oct. 13. Speakers :
Hen. Jehn W. Ferney, J. Luther Blngwalt,
Colonel Jehn Ritchie, E. McCaa, of Alabama,
Gen. II. Kyd Douglas, Win. II. Reland, Win. B.
Given and ethers.
Millport, East Lampeter Twp.
Thursday evening, October 14. Speakers: B
F. Davis, J. .L. Stelnmetz, E. D. North, W. U.
Ilcnsel, J. A. Ceyle.
Thursday evening, Oct. 14. Speakers: D. Me
MuUen, R. 11. Risk, Jehn L. .Tacebs.Capt. II. H.
Friday evening, October 15. Speakers Hen. D.
Ermcntreut, of Reading; W. R. Wilsen, D.
McMullen, W. II. Reland, J. i. Carman. II. N
Friday evening, October 15. Spenkura: E. Mc
Caa, E. B. Wlegand, B. F. Davis, W. U. llensel.
Saturday evening, October lfi. Speakers : W.
IT. Henscl, D. McMullen.
CliOflleman's hotel, Saturday afternoon and
evening, October 16. Speakers: Hen. J. L.
Stelnmetz. E. D. North, R.B. Risk.
Saturday evening, October 16. E. McCaa, 11
F. Davis, W. II. Reland, Jn A. Ceyle.
Saturday afternoon and livening, October -J1.
Speakers: W. R. Wilsen, J. Willis Bland, B.
F.Davis, F. P.Schtll, J. P. Dampman, J. G.
Tuesday evening, October 19. Speakers. B.
F. Davis, J. L. Stelnmetz, D. McMullen, W. II.
Reland, W. U. Henscl.
Engle Hetel, Salisbury Township,
Thursday evening. Oct. 21 : Speakers : R. J.
Mennghan, R. B. Risk, B. F. Montgomery,
Thursday nHei neon and evening, October 21.
Friday afternoon and evening, October 22.
Hen. E. K. Apgar and ethers.
Friday evening, October 22. Speakers: lien.
E. K. Apgar and ethers.
Saturday, October 23.
Tuesday. October 2G. Speakers: W. R. Wil
son, J. L. Stelnmetz, J. A. Ceyle.
Wednesday evening, October 2T. Speaker:
Hen. S. J. Randall.
Wednesday, October 27,afternoon aud evening.
Thursday evening, October 24.
On Friday afternoon aud evening, October 15.
Pole raising in the afternoon and speaking in
the evening. Speakers: Jehn A. Ceyle. B. F.
Brkxemas ALnmenT. October l- 1800, at
the residence of the bride's parents, bv tuc
Rev. C. B. ShullK, A. N. Brencman, jr.,te Mary
E. Albright. It'
Sweieabt Reitz. October 10, 1830, at the Lu
thcran parsonage. Illnklctewn, Pa., by the
Rev. S. S. Henry, Jehn M. Swclgart, of Earl, te
Lizzie Reitz, of East Earl, Lancaster county.
Democratic County Committee
The Democratic County Committee will
meet at the Central Headquarters In this city
en MONDAY, OCTOBER 25, at 10 a. in. Im
portant business. Every member Is expected
te be present.
W. U. HENSEL,
W. 11. Grikk, Chairman.
D. McMdxlex, Secretaries.
B. S. Pattkrseh, )
1 In the Court of Common Pleas for the
County of Lancaster .-
Netice is hereby given that an Application
will bemade te said Court en MONDAY, OC
TOBER 25, 1880, 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 the
allowance et said amendment filed in said
Court. A: J. EBERLY",
100 Tens et Rags Wanted,
Fer which the highest price will be paid.
29 CENTS PER POUND FOR GOOD MIXED
RAGS. SyA CENTS PER POUND FOR
The highest price paid for Woolens, Old
Paper, Beeks, Ac. TcnRag Asserters wanted,
te whom the highest price wiU be paid.
JOHN A. SHOBER,
Cor. North Queen and Orange Streets,
y9-tfdR Lancaster, Pa
RED ILLUMINATING FIKE
IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT. AT
HUBLEY'3 DRUG STORE,
21 Wast King Street,
ltd Lancaster, Pa.
Campaign Goods, Flag, Badges, Equip
ments, Lanterns, at
It r1 West King St., Lancaster, Pa.
All kinds of Heusa Painting and Graining
done at the shortest notice and in the best pos
sible style. We have reduced our prices te
$1.73 per day. Shep en West Charlette street.
ectl2-3md ALLEN GUTHRIE & SONS.
500 bushels of Pennsylvania Potatoes at
CUc per bushel of Early Rese, Bresec's, Ne. (
and Canada Victer. Just, received some very
line teas and choice coffees and a full line et
fancy Groceries and Fruits in season. Call at
GEO. WI ANT'S.
el2-2td 13 West King street.
The Democratic voters et this city are re
quested te assemble at their usual voting
places at primary elections en
WEDNESDAY EVENING, Oct. 18, 1880,
FROM 7 TO 8 O'CLOCK, and make general
nominations ler Assemblyman for the City
Legislative District, and te meet at the same
SATURDAY EVENING, Oct. 1, 1880,
FROM C TO 8 O'CLOCK, and te vote for ene
nominee for Assembly treiu said District,
W. U. HENSEL,
Chairman Campaign Committee.
Jxe. K. Metzqer, Sect.
TJRILLIANT DRAMATIC EVENT.
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 14th.
MR. JOHND. MISIILER has the honor et
presenting Hartley Campbell's greatest trl
urapn, as produced ever WO nights last season
In New Yerk.
THE GALLEY SLATE
will be interpreted by one or the bestdramatlc
companies that has ever appeared Lancaster,
including MISS GUSSIE DeFORREST, M'ME
MAJERONI. FRANK EVANS, J. J. SULLI
VAN. JUNIUS BRUTUS BOOTH. THOS. II.
BURNS and NELLIE BARBOUR. Will posi
tively be presented with splendid scenic
views et VENICE, ROME, MARSEILLES,
PARIS. Nc advance In prices.
35, SO and 7;"c.
Diagram at Yecker's Otticc. eMtd
WANTED. .EVERYBODY TO ADVEK
tisc, free of charge, in the Iktkluebw
cer. who wants something te de.
WANTED. THE INQUIRER PRINTING
and Publishing Company want a few in
telligent boys te learn the printing business.
Inquire cither in person or by letter, at their
efllccS.'! anil .15 North Queen street, Lancaster.
Pa. ect 7-3tdeew2tw,
Office n this Mahesy Mutual life Asse-)
CtATIOX OF SELINSOP.OVK, Pa.
TtrANTED-GOOD, ACTIVE, RESPONSI-
f f ble Agents in each township of the
county et Lancaster. Apply in hand writing
of Applicant te the Heme OtHce.
L. R. HUMMEL, Sec'y.
Sclinsgreve, Snyder county, Pa.. September
7. isse. seiiKMmd&Stw
iVL Teacher of French In St. James Scheel,
pupil of the PENSION TEIBOU, Paris, will
receive a few private pupils. Fer terms apply
rrem 5 te C p. m., at
e9 2td Ne. 131 NORTH DUKE STREET.
MAGNETIC TOOTHACHE CUKE.
Cures almost instantly without Injury te
the teeth or gums . Fer sale at
BLACK'S DRUG STORE,
21 West Chestnut Street.
25 cents per bottle. e9-lwd
ELEGANT GRAY GRANITE MONU
McCLUltE'S MARBLE WORKS,
Ne. 25 Seuth Queen Street,
Prices very low. e6-2tdWAS41tw
"I O TO RINGWALT'S FOR
MONONGAHELA PURE RYE.
Alse OAKDALE PURE RYE WHISKY, 95 per
cent. Alcohol, and the lnvIgoratlng.Tenlc Hair
Liquid, and the
Best Sugars, Coffees, Teas, &c,
All at Ne. 205 WEST KING STREET.
A MEETING OF THE STOCKHOLDERS
of the Lancaster andFrultvIlle Turnpike
Read Company wtll be held en MONDAY,
NOVEMBER 1,1880, at the Office et the Secre
tary, CI North Dnkc street, Lancaster, Pa., be
tween the hours of 2 and 4 p. m., ler the elec
tion or officers ler the ensuing year.
Only Vegetable Compound that
acts directly upon the Liver, and
cures Liver Complaints, Jaun
dice, Biliousness, Malaria, Cos Ces
tiveness, Headache. It assists di
gestion, strengthens the system,
regulates the bowels, purifies the
bleed. A Boek sent free. Dr.
Fer nale by all Druggists.
TUESDAY SVKNTKO.OOT. 12, I860.
THE WESTERN BATTLE
OHIO AND INDIANA ELECTIONS
A VERY HEAVY POLL.
FATAL FUMES IN CHICAGO.
URANT OFF TO BOSTON.
ACROSS THE ATLANTIC.
THE RATTLE IN THE WEST.
An Unusually Heavy Vete in Cincinnati
Beth sides Hard at Werk.
Cincinnati, Oct. 12. The weather is
delightful, though partly cloudy and colder
than yesterday. Beth parties in this city
are using every effort te secure a heavy
vote. Very little scratching is
done, and everything is quiet at
the polls up te this hour
(12:40). There will undoubtedly be a
larger vote than was ever befere polled, as
in some precincts the vote at neon was up
te the highest vote ever before cast. All
points throughout Ohie and Indiana heard
from indicate earnest work by both
parties. It is the most exciting election
held for a long time. Nothing can be told
at this hour of the probable result.
Tne Ileglrn te Indiana.
Chicago, Oct. 12. There was a large
hegira of Chicagoans te Indiana last
night. A single railroad yesterday issued
ever 800 passes te various points of that
state between this city and Indianapolis.
Net a few of these receiving these passes
sold them te ethers.
An American Cricket Team for England.
Londen, Oct. 12. The newspapers here
publish the following : " It is stated that
an American team of cricketers may visit
England in 1881. Twe gentlemen are
about te visit the United States te make
necessary arrangements. The success of
the enterprise financially or etherwise is
very doubtful, but if the brothers Newhall
and ether strong Philadelphia players
could be induced-te come ever an interest
ing tour might be arranged."
Hanlan tialnlnjr Flcsli.
The Sportsman says Hanlan, the oars
man, has gained thrce pounds owing te
inactivity during Saturday and Sunday "en
account of the weather. lie has a slight
sere threat, but he leeks very well. El El
leott is in excellent health. He is consid
erably reduced in weight aud rows in cap
KIKE IN CHICAGO.
Academy of Music Burned Lives Lest.
Chicago, Oct. 12. Emmit's Academy
of Music was destroyed by lire te-day.
One fireman was killed and five injured.
The fire was confined te the theatre. The
cause is undnewu.
Tkey, N. Y., Oct. 12. Skinner & GVs
knitting mill at Stillwater, was partly
burned yesterday. Less, $10,000 ; insured.
Seventy-five operatives are thrown out of
The Association's barns at Round Lake
were burned last night. Less, $1,000; in
sured for $2,000.
THE SLAV: TRADE.
Gorden l'aclin Telling What lie Knows.
Londen, Oct. 12. Colonel Gorden
(Gorden Pacha), while passing up the Red
Sea en his way from China te Europe
wrote, under date of September 29th, te
the secretary of the British Anti-Slavery
society as fellows : "I hear of an Egyp
tian official leaving Massawah te annex the
Damkli coast and occupy the Guardafui
promontory. This will involve Egypt in
the yearly expenditure of 30,000, and
completely blockade Abyssinia from the
sea. The Egyptian commission established
at Assioet for the suppression of the slave
trade is a perfect farce."
AIIDUCTED AND CABRUTEl).
A Pennsylvania Farmer's Exciting Adven
Nnw Yerk, Oct. 12. Rebert P. Gouran,
a farmer from. Canenvillc, Pa., was res
cued by the police from a coach early this
morning, while being, as he claims, forci
bly abducted and garroted. He says
four men enticed him into the hack in
Baxter street, aud robbed him of $75.
One man named Gaffney was arrested,
while the ethers escaped. The attention
of the police was directed te the coach by
the cries Gouran for assistance.
BALTIMORE'S FE5TIVAI .
l'rocensfen of Atasens and Children.
Baltimore, Oct. 12. The Knights
Templar, Royal Arch and Blue Masens
are eat in strong force, including a num
ber of visiting cemmanderies of Knights
Templar. The remainder of the precession
is composed of children of the public
EClioels, of whom there are several thou
sand in line. A threat of rain early in the
forenoon prevented many children from
joining the line, but the precession is the
largest of its kiud ever witnessed in Haiti Haiti
Departure of the ex-President for Bosten.
New Yenic. Oct. 12. Gen. Grant left
te-day by the ljp. m. train for Bosten,
eecertcd by a committee from that city of
ex-Gevs. Beutwcll and Talbot, and Cel.
Herbert C. Hill. The party occupied a
special parlor car. During the morning
the General received a large a large num
ber of visitors among whom were ex-Gov.
Fenten, Rev. Highland Garnett and the
Chinese ambassador Chen La Pin.
THE IRISH TROUBLES.
Preparations for Disturbances.
Londen, Oct. 12. The Dublin corres
pondent of the Manchester Guardian says:
The military authorities in the west of Ire
land are making cxtcubivc preparations in
view of apprehended disturbances. Houses
are being hired at Ivam and Headferd in
Galway andatBallain Maye for imme
diate occupation by the military. Detach
ments of troops will also leave the carragh
of Kildarc for Castle Bar and Wcstpert in
Washington, D. -C, Oct. 12. Fer
Middle states, northwest te southwest
winds, partly cloudy weather, light local
rains followed by rising barometer and
slight fall in temperature.
Nitw Vewc Oct.li Fleur State and West
ern less active and scarcely se firm;
Superfine, at $S 00i 10; extra de at $4 23
Qi 40; choice, de, $t 3084 73: fancy de.
$1808600; round hoop OUlel 83014 95: choice
de 950086 00; snpcrflne western $34001 10;
common te poed extra de M 4 93 ; choice
de de l 63SC SO; cheice white wheat de 94 a
4 35; Southern quiet, unchanged;, com
mon te fair extra 99 00225 50: geed te choice
Wheat feverish and unsettled, anil IQlJJc
lower ; Ne. 1 White. Oct., 91 lifil 12Ja ; de
Nev.,$U2ffllI3: Ne. 2 Bed Oct. $1 ISJSft
114;de Nev. S113115J; de Dcc:,91lW&
Cern heavy and !6Jc lower; Mixed nest
crn spot,.U;e54c:le future, 5iQ55c.
Oats in buyers' favor; State 4044Ke ; West
Philadelphia. Oct. li Flenr dull owing
te break: superfine 13 000350; extra 93 75
4 35 ; Ohie and Indiana family 95 256 09 ;
Penn'a family de$500fi5 50: St. Leuis family
at $6 Oea 50; Minnesota family 95 25iG 00;
Str.itght $C6 75 ; patent and high grades 97 00
Kye flenr at 95 25.
Wheat lewerand unsettled ; Ne. 2 Western
B.il 9112; Ia.Kcd 91 111 1-5 Amber 9111
Cern 11 rm ; steamer, none here ; yellow 56c ;
Oats steady; Ne. 1. White 42c : Ne. 2 de 40
4Ic ; Ne. 3 de 33i10c ; Ne. 2. Mixed 39c.
Kye firm at J3e.
Previsions In steady Jobbing trade; nits
perk 9IS50; beer hams tW 50Q17 00; In
dian m.s beet at $13 50 : smoked hams I1K
12c; pickled hams !g9c ; bacon smoked
shoulders 6JC"c ; salt de Sc.
Lanl market firm ; elty kettle at 99jc ;
loesn butcn'r! S'e : prlme steam $ 73.
Butter Choice In fair demand ether
pradct are dull ; Creamery extra at 29a tec:
c.e geed te choice 2729c: Bradford
county and New Yerk extra. 25Q23c; Western
reserve extra 2022e ; de geed te choice l!19c :
Bells quiet : ivnn'a exi ra si: ; cstern re
serve extra 20f322c.
Egsts steady; Pt-nn'a Extra 22c; Western
Kx. 202Ic. "
Cheese dull, but steady ; New Yerk full
cream l.'tjllc ; Western full cream 1313Vc ;
de tulr te geed 12512!c; de half skims 10)5
Petroleum steady : refined 12)c.
Whisky firm at $112.
Seeds Geed te prime clever dull at 97 00
750; Timethy jobbing at i7(S230: Flaxseed
a caret, $ I SO."
Monday, Oct. 11. The receipts or beeves
at the Wtt Philadelphia yard ler past week
were 2.S00 head: North Philadelphia yard,
CM head. Total. 0.4(0 head.
Beeves The market during the past week
has liceu fairly active, and for the better qual
ity et cattle -were higher. Extra choice was
scarce. Sohn McArdle sold one let at fie. We
quote Extra at 5J3Jic; geed. 45Kc; me
dium, 454c; common. ."I-SQlJc: bulls and
cew.s, 243c; veal calves, at ii7Jc ; grass
calves, 23c. Fresh cows, $25 per head :
BALES AT THK WEST PIULADELrHIA YARD.
12.1 Beger 3Iaynes, Western Va. and Western,
10? Owen Smith. West Va., account of J. It.
Andersen ; 2J de., .1. U. Thompson, gresa,
271) E.S. .F. McFlllen, Western and West
Va., gross, 43c.
:!57 A. & .1. Christy, Western and West Va.,
17i Ulman & J.chuian Bres., S. Ohie, account
or I.ehmman Bres., 55 de., B. Bacr; 17
Western, account of evl Sensenlg; 20
de., J. F. fcadlcr & Ce.; 59 West Va., ac
count of Lciinan Bres.; 43 de. own ac
count; Si 1-an. co., account or U. Klllln
ger. gross. i!5&c.
11 .las. Clcmsen, Chester co., account of .1.1.
Fex & Ce.; 10 Md., account of Oliver
Hughes : 37 Tlnlcum, own account, gross,
14 Dennis Smyth West Va., account or . I..
Wilsen : US Pa., own acct., gross, 45c.
200 Jehn McArdle, Western and West Va.,
100 Daniel Murphy, West Va., gross, 4S5$Je,
2J Lewcnsteln Adler. Western Pr., en ac
count; 40 lid., accennt of Myers X House
man, gross, 45-4c
223 C. Schambcrg Ce., Western, gross, 4'ffi
41 F.'sciicctz, West Vii., gross, 55c.
21 II. Chain, jr.. West Va.. en account or W.
Pest ; 23 Onie en account or E. F. Fratcr ;
20 Western, own account, gross, 4J5c.
175 Daniel Smyth Bre., Chester county, ac
count et Sales & Chandler: 32 West Va.,
accennt et KusscK & Ce.; 3il de.. J. CIo CIe
vis ; 30 de., B. Denley, gross, 35JSc.
80 L. Hern, West Va., gross. 3JS?nC.
140 Bachman Levi, West Va., gres. SUQSc.
31 Abe Ostheim, West Va.. gross, CMKr-.
22 S. Dreirus, West Vn.,3UfC.
110 Schambcrg & Paul, West Va., gross, 3
33 P. Lathaway, Chester county, gross, 3.S
85 M. Levi, West Va., gross, 43ic.
SO II. Chain, West Va., gre,s, S$ iJie.
43 .lames Eustace, West Vn gross, i.liv.
Si; .fames Anil, Western, grcs, l'.r.e.
430 .1. F. Sadler & Ce., Wcstsrn ana V-st a.,
wholesale, grass, :G3.
Sheep and lambs were active and prices were
well maintained. We quote Extit. at 5Jc ;
hia yards, 5,W) head ; ether yards, 5,000 head.
AOtal, iu.iwi ncau.
Hogs wcrcmederatclyactiveand prices wcre
23 cents per hundred lower. We quote geed
4Wc; Mixed 77e. 'Arrivals at all yards
I icteber 12.
Saw Yeus Stocks.
A. . A. X.
p. m. r. m
lric J I-
Michigan S. IS....
Michigan Cent. It. B.
. tW !W
Chicago ft . W i
Chicago, M ft St. P. .
Han. & St. J. Cem
Teledo & Wabash....
Ohie ft Mississippi. ..
s. I.mifx. I. M.&S.1C.
. OWi 94
. . . 23&
- - -?
Ontario and Western.
C. C. &1. C. I It
New Jersey Central..
Del. ft Hudsen Canal.
Western Union Tel...
Pacific Mall S.S. Ce..
Kansas ft Texas
New Yerk Central
Cleveland ft Pitts
Chicago ft Beck I
Pittsburgh A Ft. W...
American U. Tel. Ce.
Pennsylvania It, It....
Phll'a. ft Beading.....
Northern Pacific Cem
.. v'd .
Pitts., TItusv'c ft B....
Phll'a ft Erie K. K....
Central Trans. Ce.
Lanc.City 6 per et. Lean, due lbSO,
" ' 18S2,
" S per ct. in 1 or 30 years.. 100
r.nnc. uml iiuarrvv c i;. it. uone.... jw
" " stock....
Lancaster and Ephrata turnpike...
Lane .Kilzabctht'ii andMldillct'n..
Lancaster anil Frultvlllc turnpike.
Lancaster and Lltltz turnpike
Lancastcrnnd Maner turnpike....
Lancaster and Man helm turnpike.
Lancaster and Marietta turnpike..
Lsiuc. and New Helland turnpike..
, nA a.1 UtMicthnnr f timinilff
Lane, and Susquehanna turnpike.. 300
-. i ivilfAwKlnvit fnranllrr. 95
Farmers' Nat. Bank et Lancaster...
First Nat. Bank of Lancaster
Lancaster County Nat. Bank
Inquirer Printing Ce
LancGaa Light and Fuel Ce. stock
pi AS FITTING AND PLVMBING.
JOHN P. SCHAUM,
Ne. 27- SOUTH QUEEN STREET,
PLUMBER, GAS AND STEAM FITTER.
A Large Assortment et
Constantly en hand. lylO-CmdeawS
4.54S5;C.; medium, VCCii,c. ; common.
3i4'Xc. ; culls, 'itiwe. sieck ewes, s-hj
J: Western Penna.. ambs, 4KHM; : cnester
iln cfflKe. Arrivals at West I'lUluuci-