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LANCASTER DAILY 1NTELIIGEN0ER. WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 13, 1880
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Net se many years age it was a difficult
matter te persuade teachers te lend their
aid and give their time te the instruction
of the few ragged boys and girls then gath
ered into the schools. New we have an
armv of a million and a-half of
volunteer teachers and a schelarsiiip
of fourteen million pupiln. There is therc-
fore a necessity for conventions, such as
this, that the teachers and ethers interested
in the schools may commune together,
compare experiences, impart and receive
new ideas, and the. better qualify them
selves for the great work in which they
are engaged. Over 5,000such conventions
have been held, and among the delegates
may be named many of the brightest in
tellects known among men and women;
aud it will be found that in all the churches
of whatsoever denomination the most
earnest arc active as teachers in Bible
classes and Sunday-schools.
A versa or the hymn, "Blest be the tie
that binds " was then sung, after which
Rev. Henry M. Ilarman, D. D., professor
f of Greek and Hebrew in Dickensen college,
Carlisle, was introduced and dilivercd an
address en the " Credibility of the Gospel,"
a theme, he said, that was of paramount
importance and needed no apology for its
1 discussion. In offering proofs of the
f antiquity, authenticity and divine origin
of thry!Ospcls,hc quoted largely from Pagan
and Jewish antliorsef the first, second
and third centuries, te show that they
had a knowledge of Jesus Chrisi, anu
of the writings of the four evangelists
Matthew, Mark, Luke and join;
and that their history is corroborated in
many wonderful ways by the ancient writ
ings of Pagans. Jews, heretics and infi
dels, whose object was te discredit it.
After an elaborate presentation of proofs
outside the four gospels te demonstrate
their authenticity, the reverend orator pre
sented the proofs afforded by the gospels
themselves. In all the churches of all
ages, iuall languages, there arc found the
four gospels, and no mere, and everywhere
the writers arc known by the same names.
They have always proclaimed the same
Christ and there is none ether. Fer
eighteen hnndn-d years the Jews
have been looking for another Mes
siah and found none. The reverend
gentleman argued that no system of re
ligion had ever Lu.n or could ever be en a
higher moral plane than Christianity. It
teaches that we shall love the Lord with
all our hearts and love our neighbors as
ourselves. As iothe religion of the future,
of which modern skeptics talk, he thought
there could be none except purer Chris
tianity, broader charity, holier lives, mere
Sunday-school work ; these will raise the
masses te tit themselves for usefulness en
earth and meet all the wants of man here
After a few remarks by Mr. "Whitney
and the secretary relative te the entertain
ment of delegates, and a few ether matters,
the convention adjourned, the benediction
being pronounced by Rev. Dr. Ilarman.
Wednesday Herning. The convention
opened with the singing of hyins and de
votional cxciciscs, led by Rev. Geerge Sig
ler, Dr. Fleck, Dr. Kerr and Rev. Weed
Rev. 11. Crittenden, of Bellefenie, was
elected assistant secretary.
The following committees vcij an
On iimncc JamisMcCennick, ilarris
burg ; Cel. Sam'l Shnch, Columbia ; J. R.
Eby, Harrisburg ; W. S. Woodcock, Al Al Al
toena ; Jehn Wcist, Frccburg.
On nominations J. C. Stock, Carlisle ;
W. B.MavshalljIndiana; W. S. Woodcock,
On time aud place for holding next con
ventien Rev. D. Id. ?diller, Johnsteivn ;
Thes. Fletcher, Girardvllle ; Rev. S. G.
Shannen, Milrey ; K. Allen Levell, Hunting
don : VvV Heward Celbert, Butler.
On State Secretary's Repert. Eli S.
Reinhold, Rev. J. S. Landis, R. "Wariwr
On Organization of Unorganized Coun
ties E. Payson Perter, Philadelphia;
Rev. R. Crittenden. Bcllefentc ; W. B.
Miller, Bedford ; J. I!, Cameren, Oeela
Mills: Rev. Funk, Philadelphia.
Actinjr State Secretary Ed. S. "Wagner
read his annual report, a document of
some length, wherein the work el tee as
sociation since its organization is review
ed. The report was referred.
The report of the treasurer was also
read. It shows the society te be several
hundred dollars in debt. Referred te
finance committee te audit and rcpeit.
Rev. B. F. Vincent. Philadelphia, deliv
ered an eloquent adds ess, filled with npt
illustrations, in "practical normal work in
the Sunday schools." He said one must
first knew something before they attempt
te teach; and must knew mere fian they
attempt te teach or want te nc. They
should haveau enlarged knowledge that will
never run dry; they must thoroughly un
derstand what they attempt te teach, and
net merely have a smattering knowledge
of some general facts. The speaker illus
trated this point by telling a couple of
anecdotes : A boy was asked te tell what
he knew about Peter's betrayal
of the Lord, and lie answered
that " Peter swore three times before he
crewed." Anether, in attempting te tell
the story of Abraham and Let, and the
destruction of Sodom, said among ether
things that Let's wife looked back and
was turned into a pillar of salt by day aud
a pillar of salt by night ! These boys had
some facts te go'en, but like illy-infermed
teachers they made but peer use of
them. It is further necessary, the orator
said that tl.e teacher should have a knowl
edge of the relation existing between the
teacher, the pupil and the lessen. He must
knew what and hew much the pupil can
receive, and se govern the amount of the
mental discharge. He must measure his.
pupil's mind and net turn en mere
than he can receive A fue plug
with all its water makes : very peer
fountain. The wise teacher will gauge
the mental and moral lessens te the per
ception of the pupil. We want teachers aud
we want teachers te have a method, and
use implements suited te their work. And
then we want them te use tnefc methods
and implements understandingly. A com
pass is an admirable thing te have in the
forest or wilderness, or en the eceau by
the man who knows hew te use it, but in
ignorant hands it is valueless ; and se of the
means placed at the disposal of the teach
er; he must knew hew te use them, his
zeal must be directed by knowledge. The
reverend orator then spoke at sonic length
en the importance of preparing Sunday
school teachers for their work by meaus of
practical normal classes. He argued that
there should be a normal class in every
church. Geed teachers are constantly drop
ping off by death, removal or ether causes,
and there are constantly recurring ditlicul
ties in supplying their places. By having a
class of trained teachers in each church,
as a reserve force, these difficulties would
disappear and the work of the Sunday
school would be greatly furthered. At
some length the lecturer threw out hints
as te hew such normal classes could be or
ganized. A vote of thanks was tendered Dr. Vin
cent for his valuable address. .
The hymn " Revive thy work eh Lord"
was sung, after which the counties were
called ever alphabetically for reports en the
condition of the Sunday schools. The
delegates prcsent made brief verbal reports,
most of them being quite favorable, after
which the convention adjourned.
Lecal Sunday Scheel Convention.
The Lancaster district of the Lancaster
classis or the Reformed Church held a
Sunday school convention in the Reformed
church at New Providence, beginning en
Monday evening and closing last evening.
The opening sermon was preached by Rev.
W. F. Lichliter, of Lancaster, from the
text,St. Jehn, xxi., 15., "Fcedmy Lambs,"
Alteena; Rev. 11. K. Fleck, fcteneemireli :
Lewis Philip.EastXantmeil ; J. B. Bangh
man. East rterlin ; Dr. J. W. Kerr, Yerk.
which was a very practical and edifying
The convention was organized by elect-in"-
Rev. J. P. Moere, of Millersvillc; pres
dent ; Rev. D. B. Shucy.-ef New-Providence
treasurer ; and B. F. Bausman, of Lancas
ter, secretary. .
On Tuesday morning tnc urst suujcct,
"Family nurture and its relation te the
Sunday school." was opened by Rew D.
B. Shuev, "Hew te secure regular at
tendance," by Rev. A. B. Shcnkle; " Who
should be officers, and teachers of the Sun
day school," byAV. F. Lichliter.
At the afternoon session thc following
subiccts were discussed : " Methods of
Teaching," by Rev. D. B. Shuev
te keen ceuutry Sunday schools open dur
ing the winter," bv Rev. J. P. Moere;
" Hymns and Music," by B. F. Baus
man ; "The dutj of Sunday schools te
missions aud orphans" homes," by Lewis
During the cveningiscssien the subject for
discussion was "The "proper object of Sun
day schools," which was opened by Rev. D.
"W. Gerhard. Considerable time was spent
in answering of referred questions and
ether business. All the subjects elicited
lively general discussion and the meetings
of the conventions were pervaded with
or:: nF.avi.Au coiii-:srexoi::.fE
Te-night, Democratic Parade Inef neliary
i'lre isoreusii isuugui.
There will be a parade of all the Hancock
and English ferces this evening. The bat
talion will be formed at S o'clock sharp
and the column will v.-ill move ever the
following route :
Up Locust te Seventh, aciess Seventh te
Walnut, down Walnut te Frent, clown
Frent te Locust, up Locust te Third,across
Third te Union, up Union te Fourth, out
Fourth te Maner, up Maner te Ninth
countermarch te Florence, down Florence
te Fifth, out Fifth te Union, down Union
te Perry, down Perry te Second, across
Second 'te Cherry, up Cherry te Fourth te
Locust, and down Locust te opera house,
where the paiade will he dismissed.
Afne broke out early this morning at
S. C. Swaitz's ice house, situated en the
liver shorn a short distance above the
Reading & Columbia railroad coal shtttcs.
The lire, from the rep-irts at hand, was the
act of an incendiary and was started at the
lower end of the house. It was discovered
before gaining much headway, aud an
alarm sounded, but before the arrival of
the fire department had assumed such
proportions 'that te save the building
was impossible. There were less than fifty
tens of ice in the house and the less en
stock is therefore light. The less en the
building is tela', and expense would have
been saved had it burned ie ashes, as it
new stands, it is absolutely worthless.
Under reef in front of the house were an
chercd seven beats thcpiopeityefasmany
gentlemen residing here. Twe of these
beats were saved by their owners, the
etbcis were le.it. The ice house and stock
arc injured in the Lchaneu Mutual in
The Pennsylvania railroad pay c.ir is ex
peeled here te-day.
The Frederick accommedalioir train
west yesteiila.y nficiuenn, due here at 2:1,
arrived about feity-livef minutes late.
Miss Saiah Wynne, an ex-teacher of the
Columbia public schools, died yeterday
mer.iing of consumption.
The members of the arehcry club did
what is considered very geed sheeting
The Republicans last evening listened
te Messrs E. K. Martin and A. C. liein liein
eehl, of Lancaster city.
Christian Kaufi'man died at Lauduvillc
at Jive o'clock yesterday afternoon, aged
72 years, lie was the father of J. IT.
Katiffman, haulware merchant of this
place. The funeral will take place en Fii
iliy morning at J) o'clock.
Geerge Tille has returned faun a visit of
a couple of days te Philadelphia.
Large crAvds assembled at the efliccs
of the We: tern Union and American
Union telegraph offices last night te hear
the return.-; from Indiana and Ohie.
A couple of boys engaged in a het fight
at Fourth aud Locust streets this morn
ing. The adjutant of the Democratic battal
ion. Lieutenant Harry S. Graybill, thor
oughly understands his business and will
form the battalion in ship shape s'yle.
SKltlOCS HAILllOAD A'IiS:ST.
A Hey's L.z Terribly Crashed by llie Cars.
Yesterday two boys, Isaac Rutlcr and
Toke Maynard,ngcdabeut 12 years, jumped
upon a fi eight tiaiu passing through the
depot in this city, and rode down as far
as Kinzcr's, where they jumped oil". In
attempting te jump en another train, te
return home, Ruttcr missed his footing
and fell with his right leg partly upon the
track. The wheels passed ever it, tearitg
away the fiesh fieni the calf almost te the
hip and rolling up the skin like a
s.-iell. The boy's right hand was also badly
lacerated and his head was cut and bruised
but none of his bones were broken. His
injuries were attended te by Dr. Leaiuan,
efLcamau Place, after which he was
b: ought te Lancaster, en the Harrisburg
accommodation train west and taken te
the home of his father, Isaac Ruttcr,
Xe. 113 East King st:ect. Here he was
attended by Drs. WesthaeiTcr, Rohrer
and At.lee, jr. His wounds are terribly,
severe, but it is hoped his limb aud life
FIRE THIS aiOKNINU.
Uivelllu? Heuse Sligiitly Damaged.
This morning a dwelling house belong
ing te the Reading railroad company, and
sif-iinied :-. t.lte. rmvmv of .Tamps and Mul
berry streets, was slightly injured by fire.
Tlin limlf!in is n. nn.Kierv ami a half
frame, and is occupied by Mrs. Kale Scott.
The furniture was removed immediately
frnr Hinflrn in t.hn vnnf was discovered.
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and none of it was burned. A large
hole was burnad in the reef of the build
ing. The lire was easily extinguished by
tlm fmi Rfimnaiiica. The buildinf? was in
sured and the less is net very large.
Sale r ICuul Kstatc.
Samuel Hess & Sen, auctioned., sold at
public sale, at Hanibright's hotel, en the
Columbia turnpike, Oct. 12, for Andrew
Brubakcr, trustee of Levi Baer and wife,
a farm situated in East Iiempficld town
ship, containing 114. acres, with improve
ments. Benj. B. Baer, for S2C3.20 per
acre, the whole amounting te $20,812.S0.
James F. Sherry, the well known theat
rical manager, who ha many friends in
this city, was in town this merinng. He
is new in the publishing house of E. II.
Butler & Ce.
Ilmv Thev F.-el at Adrian, Midi.
KccJ, Beach & Smit'.i, druggists, of this city,
say that Day's Kidxey Pad W giving the very
Lea' or satisfaction. One of their customers
says he would net lake two hundred dollars
for one he has if lie could net another.
Any diseased the Kidney s.lSInddcr. Ui inary
Organs, Nervous System, or case el l-aine
liaclc, that cannot he cured by Day's Kidney
Pad, cannot he cured by any ether treatment
or remedy in existence. ell-lwdMW&F&w
Kich in iunclc-ireducing' material beyond
all ether feeds mid medicines and Malt Kit
Cntcli a Tartar
and when caught scrub-well withSOODOXT
Don't spare it. Urush for dear life. If yen
destroy it, all the better for you and your
teeth. " It will destroy the health of the meutli,
its beauty, and your sweet breath.
!.-i),nD cakes sold the first year attest the
popularity e:J3uttcura Jlcdicinal Seap,
WE INVITE EXAMINATION OF THE MANY NEW THINGS WE OPEN TO-DAY IN
CHOICE DRESS GOODS!
FROM THE XEW YORK MARKETS.
All the Choice Novelties in Silkst Brocade, Velvets and Cleth Suitings in Plain
and Fancy, in all the Popular Makes.
GIVLEE, BOWEES & HTJEST,
2 East King Street, Lancaster, Pa.
"The Galley Slave."-ln the cast that will
present Mr. Hartley Campbell's great play et
'The Galley Slave" at Fulton opera house
Thursday night, the namci of suc'a popular
local favorites as Mr. Frank Evans, Mr. J. J.
Sullivan, Miss Xellie Barbour and ethers ara
notable. All persons at all familiar with cur
rent dramatic history arc aware et the great
success that has been achieved by " The Galley
Slave,'' which has Just been renewing and in
creasing miaurels at thaChestnut Street opera
house, Philadelphia. Mr. Mishlcr will super
vise its production here, which will be marked
by all the scenic effect that has contributed se
materially te the success of the piece. It ought
te have a big house here, as Manager Yeekcr
informs us this performance will virtually
close the season unitl alter the election excite
ment. 1'OT.lTIVAl. llUI,ZTjy.
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 candidata for As
sembly, under Democratic rules.
ELIMG. SXYDEIt, of the Xinlli ward, wil
be a candidate for the Democratic nomination
te tiie Legislature from Lancaster City. Suh
fect te Democratic rules. tel
Company D of the Eighth Ward Hancock
and English club will meet lit Kohlhaas's
saloon Wednesday evening next for drill. The
company comprises all residing in the north
eastern part of the ward. Derwart te Vcst
King te line of ward, Derwait te cast side of
run. High te East High, te line et ward.
The regular stated meeting et the Xinth
ward Hancock and English club will be held
at their club room, eyer Arneld Haas's saloon,
North Queen street, en Friday evening at 1
et the Hancock Veterans will drill te-morrow
evening at 8 o'clock, at the Centre Square
Attention Hancock Veterans.
All members of Hancock Veteran Assecia"
tien, with the exception of Ces. A and 1J, are
requested te report at headquarters for drill
en Thursday evening at Vt o'clock, sharp,
Tiie Yeuug Men's Hancock and English club
of the Seventh ward will meet te-morrow
(Thursday )evciiingftt V.i o'clock at tTtzinger'a
saloon, Middle street. Important business.
.i HtCCIA I. KO TI VJZS.
It is impossible ler a woman after a faithful
course of treatment with Lydia E. Pinkham:s
Vegetable Compound te continue te suffer
with a weakness of the uterus. Enclose a
stamp te Mr. Lydia E. Pinkliam, 233 Western
avenue. Lynn, Mass.,cfer pamphlets.
Aching heads and clouded brains arc cured
by "Sellers' Liver Pills" Try them. Sold by
druggists. 23e. a bes ,
revcrty and Suffering.
" 1 was dragged down with debt, poverty and
suilcring 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 Bitters and commenced their
use, and in one month we were all well, aud
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 Bitters ter less
than one doctor's visit will coif. A Working
Try Leehcr's Uenownee Cough Syrup.
.Iietlicra! .Mothers:! Mothers:!!
Ari-yeu;distuilicd at night and broken el
your rest by a sick child suffering and crying
w-iili ihe excruciating pain et cutting teeth?
I! .-.. go at once ami get a bottle of MKS. WIXS
I.OW'S SOOTHING SYUUP. It will relieve the
peer little sufferer immediately depend upon
it .- then; is no mistake about it. There is net a
mother en earth who has overused it, who will
no! ttll ou at once that it will regulate the
beue;-, and give rest te the mother, and relief
an. I health te the child, operating lik niugie.
It :-. perfectly sale te use in all cases, and pleas
ant te the ta.5te, and i- the prescription et one
et the (!desl and best female physicians and
unices in the United States. Sold everywhere"
2.-V ent a bottle. rilT-lyd&wM.W&S
Scrofula of thirty years' standing has been
cured by "Dr. Lindey's Bioed Searcher."
Sold by all Druggists.
llcip te iUerncrs .nursing Infants.
It Is a conceded fact that mothers who have
the care, anxiety and draught et nursing in
lants, aie 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 Tort Grape Wine pro
duced by Alfred Specr, et l'assaie. X. J., is
strictly pure, they have prescribed it instead
of ale and porter. This wine is principally
sought for by mothers who have nursing in
fants at the breast, as the best supplying medl
cine te be found. The wine is rlchlnbedyand
net intoxicating, but gently stimulating
Druggists generally keep it. Enquirer.
This wine is endorsed by Drs. Atlec and
Davis, and sold by II. E. Slaymaker.
"Jlrewn's Bronchial Troches" are used with
advantage te alleviate Coughs, Sere Threat,
Hoarseness and Bronchial Affections. Fer
thirty years these 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 staple remedies of the age.
"Jlreicn's Bronchial Troches'-'' act directly
en the organs of the voice. They have an ex
t inerdinary effect in all disorders of the Threat
and Larynx, restoring a healthy tone w hen rc
laxed, cither lreni cold or ever-exertion of the
voice, and produce a clcarand distinct enunci
ation. Speaker ami Singers find the Troches
A Cough, Celd, Catarrh ei Sere Threat re
quires immedi.-it" attention, as neglect often
times results in some incurable Lung Disease.
' Jire;vn"s lironehial Troches " will almost in
variably give relief. Imitations are offered for
sale, many el which are injurious. The genu
ine "Brown's Bronchial Troches" are sold
cnl't in. Vezes. anl3-lyd&wTu,Th&S
Xecdeuf Keller. October 10, In the Evan
gelical Lutheran (Zion's) church by Kev, F.
i Mayers, Frederick William Xeuderf, of
Brandenburg, te Catherane Marg. Keller,
Vellmck. In this city, en October .13, 1800,
Mary Ellen, daughter ei Frederick and Anna
Mary Vellmer, aged C months
The relatives and friends of the family arc
rcspectiully invited te attend the funeral Irem
her parents' residence. Xe. 309 Xerth Queen
street en Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock. In
terment at Zion's cemetery.
H. Z. RHOADS & BRO.
Call attention te the completeness and variety of their
stock, including ever? article of every description in their line,
from the low-priced te the costly. All grades of Watches and
Time-keepers. All classes of Jewelry, including very many
pretty designs in cheap goods, and a superb collection of find
Diamond Goods. Silverware in full variety, from any geed
Electro-plated article te the Solid Silver Goods of great intrin
sic worth. Oil Paintings, Musical Bexes, Bronzes, &c., &c.
All purchasers of goods in our line, all persons contemplat
ing the purchase of such goods, all admirers of beautiful goods,
are respeetfully invited te visit our store.
H. Z. RHOADS & BRO., Jewelers.
Democratic County Committee
The Democratic County Committee will
meet at the Central Headquarters in this city
en MOXDAY, OCTOBER 23, ut 10 a. m. Im
portant business. Every member ia expected
te be present.
W. V. HEXSEL,
v. ii. ur.iEit, i
D. McMcllen, V Secretaries
B. S. Patterson, )
W. II. Gr.iKn, i .Chairman.
JA In the Court of Common Pleas for the
Cevnty of Lancaster :
Netice is hereby given that an Application
will be made te said Court en MOXDAY, OC
TOBER 23, 1SS0, 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, asset forth in the Petition for the
allowance et said amendment llled in said
Court. A: .1. EBEKLY.
ect 1,'J.IU Solicitor.
tu)UUU By virtue of the authority vested in
me by resolution of Councils February i, 137-1,
I hereby offer a reward of $310 for the arrest
and conviction et the person or persons who
fired the building at the corner of Plum street
anu Marien allev en the evening of October 10,
1S80. " JOIIX T. MacGOXIGLE,
PUllLIC SALV OF KKAL ESTAT1S.
On WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1?S0, at
the Leepard Hetel. East King street, will be
sold a two-story BRICK DWELLING, with
two-story Brick Back Building, containing
seven (7) rooms, with gas, situated at Ne. 20
Plum street. The let irents 17 leet 4 inches by
Sale te commence at 7 o'clock p. m , when
terms will be made known by
S. Hess & Sex, Aucts. ect2l3ul
100 Tens of Kags Wanted,
Fer whieh the highest price will be paid.
2J.J CENTS l'E-U POUND FOR GOOD MIXED
RAGS. : CENTS PER POUND FOR
V 111TE I: AGS.
The highest price paid for Woolens, Old
Paper, Beeks, 4c. Ten Rag Asserters wanted,
te whom the highest price will be paid.
JOHN A. SHOBER,
Cor. North Queen and Orange Streets,
y9-tfdRl Lancaster, Pa
On WEDXESDAY, OCTOBER 13, lfSO. in
pursuance of an alias order of the Orphans'
Court of Lancaster county, the undersigned
administrator with the will annexed of Joan Jean
na Barry, deceased, will se ' ft public sale at
the Leepard hotel, East L i'j street, in the
city of Lancaster, the following described
property, viz: All that certain two-story and
attic BRICK DWELLING HOUSE ami ether
buildings and Let or Piece of Ground belong
ing thereto, situated en the North side of East
King street, in t tie cily of Lancaster, being Ne.
!tl .rtnf if ,i,iir ill frrmfOI filt llini'l nv lf4
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..1111 vltrillllllt. 111 1IUI111 iiviiuniu -t'.ii.t:!,
mere or le?.s, te p. 14 feet wjde public alley, and
having a front of said alley et 28 feet, mere or
less, with a gend Brick Stable.
Terms : Purchase nienev te be paid cash en
the 1st day el April, A. D. 1SSI.
Sale te commence at 7 o'clock, p. m.. of said
day when attendance will be given and terms
made known bv.
HtxitY SnuitKKT, Administrator, C. T. A.
SASHES FOR PARADES, TRIMMINGS FOR
SASHES, SADDLE CLOTHS, SHOUL
DER STRAPS, BELTS, &c.
Neckties, Entirely New Styles.
NEW STYLE COLORS.
UNDKRWEAE, GLOVES &c, &c.
E, J. BRISMAN'S,
. S6 SOKTn OUKiSN STKEET.
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WANTED. fiVKRVBUDV TO ADVEK
tise, free of charge, in the Inteliiefn
cbr, 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
office 53 and 35 North Queen street, Lancaster.
Pa. ect 7-3tdeew&2tw
SAUER KRAUT LUNCH TO-MORROW
from 10 a m. te 2 p. m. at the Tremont
Heuse, 151 North Queen Street.
It JOHN SCHOEXBERGER,
fANTED AN AGENT FOR THE
W. A. STEWART.
Lancaster P. O.
Office op tue Maiiest Mutual life Asse-
ciatiex or Selixsckeve, Pa. s
1I7-ANTED-UOOI, ACTIVE, RESPONSI
f V blc Agents in each township of the
county et Lancaster. Apply in hand writing
of Applicant te the Heme Olllcc.
L. R. HUMMEL, Sec'y.
Sclinsgrew, Snyder county, Pa.. September
WANTED. IIY A .IlIUOLK AGED UN
marricd man employment ; quick and
correct at figures ; can keep books by double
ereinglc entry, and will net object te making
himself generally useful at a very reasonable
salary. Address J. B.,'235 Fulton street, Lan
caster. WANTED A XOUXO GIRL WANTS A
situation as Chambermaid or Dining
Roem girl. Geed reference given. Apply at
ltd THIS OFFICE.
7E.SLEYAN FEMALE COLLEGE,
Pleasant Christian home. Beautiful healtlifu
city. Twe degrees conferred, or select courses
Increase et boarders last year 50 per cent. Nc
charge 8190 a year.
Forty-fourth year begins September .
Fer Catalogue address
REV. J. M. WILLIAMS, A. M..
The Democratic voters et this city arc re
quested te assemble at their iinual voting
places at primary elections en
WEDXESDAY EVENING, Oct. 18, 1880,
FROM 7 TO S O'CLOCK, and make general
nominations ler Assemblyman for the City
legislative District, and te meet at thesame
SATURDAY EVENING, Ccl. 1, 1880,
FROM C TO S O'CLOCK, und te vote f'oreno
nominee for Assembly treni said District,
W. V. HEXSEL,
Chairman Campaign Committee.
Jse. IC. Metzucr, Sect.
OltlLLIANT DRAMATIC EVENT.
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 14th.
MR. JOHN D. M1SHLER hai the honor el
presenting Hartley- Campbell's greatest tri
utnpu, as produced ever 100 nights last season
in New Yerk.
THE GALLEY SLATE
will be interpreted by one of the best dramatic
companies that has ever appeared Lancaster,
including MISS GUSSIE DeFORREST, M'ME
MA.IERONI. FRANK EVANS, J. J. SULLI
VAN. JUNIUS BRUTUS BOOTH. THOS. II.
BURNS and NELLIE BARBOUR. Will posi
tively be presented witli splendid scenic
views et VENICE, ROME. MARSEILLES,
PARIS. Ne advance in prices.
35, 50 and 7lic.
Diagram at Yccker's Office. e'J-3td
MIS CELL A XEO VS.
Teacher of French in St. James Scheel,
pupil of the PENSION TRIBOU, Paris, will
receive a few private pupils. Fer terms apply
from 5 te C p. in., at
e!) 2td Ne. 131 NORTH DUKE STREET.
MAGNETIC TOOTHACHE CURE.
Cures almost instantly without injury te
the teeth or gums. Fer sale ut
BLACK'S DRUG STORE,
21 West Chestnut Street.
23 cents per bottle. eWwd
All kinds of Heuse Painting and Graining
done at the shortest notice and in the best pos
sible style. We have reduced our prices te
$1.73 per iluy. Shep en West Charlette street.
QCtl23md ALLEN GUTHRIE & SOS.
500 bushels or Pennsylvania Potatoes at
COc per bushel of Early Rese, Bresce's, Ne. 6
and Canada Victer. J ust received seme very
fine teas and choice ceftces and a full line et
fancy Groceries and Fruits in season. Call at
GEO. WI ANT'S.
e!2-2td 13 West King street.
A MEETING OL' THE STOCKHOLDERS
of the Lancaster and Friiltvilta Turnpike
Read Company will be held en MONDAY,
NOVEMBER 1,1880, at the Office et the Secre
tary, CI North Duke street, Lancaster, Pa., be
tween the hours of 2 and 4 p. m., ler the elec
tion of officers ler the ensuing year.
17LEGANT GRAY GRANITE MONU
McC LUKE'S MARBLE WORKS,
Ne. 23 Seuth Queen Street,
Pi ices very low. eC-2tdW&Sltw
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.
SANPORD, 162 Broadway,N. Y.
Fer sale by all Druggists
t AS FITTING AND PLUMBING.
7 JOHN P. SCHAUM,
Ne. 27 SOUTH QUEEN STREET,
PLUMBER, GAS AND STEAM FITTER.
A Large Assortment et
Constantly en hand.
WEDNESDAY EVENING, OCT. 13, 1880.
NIP AND TUCK
COXTEXDIXW CLAIMS AND COXCES-
BULLETINS FROM THE HOOSIER BAT
LANDERS THINKS HE'S BEATEN.
THE REPUBLICAN MAJOICITV MELTING
Lang Making Heavy Inroads en Last Year's
Republican Gains in Indianapolis.
Indianapolis, Oct. 135:30 a. sl 230
precincts give a Democratic gain of 1301,
Republican gain 3,102, net Iicpublicr.ii
gain 1,801. Nearly 17 per cent, el the
vote is heard from.
9:30.v. m. Indianapolis city and county
give a Republican majority of 2,500, a
Republican gain of 1,000
10:20 a. m. Twe huudicd and eighty
precincts show a Democratic gain of 1,553,
and a Republican gain of 3,817; net Re
publican gain, 2,291. St. Jeseph county,
complete, gives Perter, Rep., a majority
of 240 ; Republican gain, 237.
10:35 a. m. Returns from 300 precincts
give net Republican gains of 2,4G3. JefTer JefTer
sen county gives Republican majority of
621, Republican gain 310. The Reput
licans claim eight congressmen.
10:50 a. m. Returns from 320 precincts
give a Democratic gaiu of 1,529, a Repub
lican gain of 4,299; net Republican gain,
2,770. This isabeut 22 percent of the vote.
Indianapolis, Oct. 13 11:50 a. m. 390
precincts give the Dcmeciats 02,715, Re
publicans 07,725, Nationals 3,270. A net
Republican gain of 3,282 ever vote of .same
places in 1870.
Indianapolis, Oct. 13 Noen. Partial
returns en the congressional vote indicate
the election of Democrats in the 1st, 2d,
3d, 4th, 5th and 12th districts, and of Re
publicans in the Cth, 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th
and 13th districts. The 7th (Indianapolis)
district is doubtful, with chances iii favor
of Byficld (Dcm.) ever Dc La Matyr (Nat.)
and Peellc (Rep.)
Indiaoapelis, Oct. 13.-12:30 p. m. 430
prccinst show Democratic gain of 2,723, Re
publican gain of 0,559, net republican gain
News from New.
New Yep.k, Oct. 13. The Commercial
Advertiser issues an extra containing the
following despatch :
"Indianapolis, Oct. 13. The latest re
turns indicate that the state will go from
3,000 te -1,000 Republican. Seme of our
friends claim as high as 5,000, and we have
made congressional gains.
"Jehn U. New"
A Democratic County ilenrd Frem.
Indianapolis, Oct. 12 The Republican
majority in the city of Indianapolis is
1,70). The Democrats elect eight con
gressmen out of thirteen. Shelby county
gives 833 majority for Landers.
Shelby is the first Democratic county
that has been heard from, and hews a
Democratic gain of 01 en the vote of 1870.
It is the home of ex-Governer Hendricks.
Jtlore Cheering Titlti:;;.
Indianapolis, Oct. 13. Complete re
turns from Jacksen county, unefiicial,
give 1,119 Democratic majority. Knox
county all in; majority for Landers (Dcm.)
8G3. White county gives Landers (Dcm.)
small majority. Reported last night the
ether way. All the above show Demo
Grewing IScltcr and lletter.
New Yep.k, Oct. 13. Nelsen J. Water
bury, of this city, telegraphs from Indian
apolis te the Democratic national commit
tee that Indiana is surely Democratic.
A Gleam of Light Irem Ohie.
The following has just been received at
the Democratic national headquarters
here: "Cleveland, Oct. 13. Returns from
Ohie arc muddled. Republicans are making
their calculations en supreme court judge;
we are making eius en secretary or state.
Thus far the Democratic gains for secre
tary of state in this section have been
heavy ever the vote of 1879, and it leeks as
if Lang is net beaten ever 5,000 te 7,000.
Hurd (Dem.) is beaten for Congress, se is
Shaffer, whose vote runs largely behind
his ticket. The vote in Ohie lias been in
creased at least 49,000. Hancock is 10,000
votes stronger than Lang. The strong
Democratic counties have net yet been
heart from fully."
Some Republican Claims.
The following dispatches were lcceivcd
at the headquarters of the Republican na
tional committee this morning :
Indianapolis, Oct. 13.
Te lien. M. Jewell :
One-ninth of the slate is heard from.
At this ratio Perter's plurality will be
Signed W. R. Halloway.
Indianapolis, Oct. 13. Perter's ma
jority will reach, if net exceed, 5,000.
Signed W. Ii. Hallewav.
A Wild itcpubliciiu Estimate.
Chicago, Oct. 13. A JS'eics special from
Indianapolis, says morning returns indi
cate Perter's election by net less than
Cincinnati, Oct. 13. 12.35. Private
dispatches from Indianapolis say the Re
publicans arc in a high state of excitement,
marching through the streets with bands
of music. They new claim Perter's (Rep.)
election for governor by 3,000 majority ;
also 8 members of Congress and 50 mem
bers of the Legislature. They concede
forty members of the Legislature te the
Democrats and claim that ten arc doubtful.
Fert Wayne though electing the Demo
cratic ticket, gives a Republican gain of
713. Decatur cunty gives a Republican
majority of 179, a Republican gain of 208.
Landers Gives It Vp.
! Indianapolis, Oct. 13. Mr. Landers,
' the Democratic candidate for governor,
(concedes the election of Perter by at least
4,000 majority, and that the Legislature is
probably Republican. 480 precincts show
a Democratic gain, of 3.G30, and a Republi
can gain of 7,573; net Repuplicau gain,
3,915. The Republicans claim the state
by 7,000 majority.
Carrell county cemplete gives a Demo
cratic majority of 77, a Democratic less
of 79. Later returns from the First con
gressional district indicate a very close
vote and both parties are- claiming the
election of their candidate. The resnlt in
the Seventh (Indianapolis) district is still
in doubt. There are net enough returns
from the Legislature te indicate a definite
result. Beth parties claim a majority.
fleyd County ltlght Slde Up.
Indianapolis, Oct. 13. Official returns
from Floyd county give Landers a ma
jerity of 1,004. The ether way last night.
Nominated After Leng Flsht.
Williamspekt, Oct. 13 li. J.C.Walk
er, of this city, was nominated this morn
ing en the 221st ballet by the Republicans
of the Sixteenth congressional district.
The very latest bulletins, evidently
through Republican channels, are
te the effect that McDonald." con
cedes Lander's defeat, but claims the
remainder of the state ticket. Ohie is re
ported 20,000 Republican, with 15 Re
Keiittlilicr.ii Claim of 20,000 Majority.
CeLC.'tnrs, Ohie, Oct. 13. The Repub
licans claim Ohie by 20,000 majority and
a gain of live congressmen.
Csnul Kcpublicuu 3Ijerlty In Cuyahegm
Cleveland, O., Oct. 13. Complete
returns from Cuyahoga county give
Charles Tewnscud, Rep. Secretary of
State, -1,051 majority, McIIvauc, Rep.
Sup: cine Court Judge, 3,937 majority, and
Ames Townsend, Hep. for Congress 5,239
Gu. lieltl's l'e;ui.iiUy at Ilenin.
Returns from Menter, Garfield's home,
show a Republican less of three votes en
secretary of state from majority in 1S76.
Washington, D. C, Oct. 13. Fer tti
Middle Atlantic states, certhcrly te east
erly winds, stationary or slight rise in
barometer, clear or fair weather and no
change in temperature.
PuiLAMxriiiA. Oct. IX flour quiet but ilrui
lvhelil; Hiinertlin; :; negs 50; extra $3 73
t 2. ; Oliie ami lniliann I'mnily S3 23t 00 ;
I'eim'a tuniily (lefaOOgr 50 : St. I .en in tumily
at i Xl(i; .Mi; Minnesota family $.' 25a5 00;
Strif;iir $'&.? ; ::iten uni lilcth ic ratten $7(X)
Kye II en rat .-i2T).
Wheat llrnier; Ne. '2 Western Ueil I14
1 ll:i ; Pa. iteil $1 12JJ1 U ; Amber $1 1301 II.
Cern linn ; steamer, none here ; yellow 96c;
Oats steatlv : Ne. 1, While lie : Ne. '2 de iOKc;
Ne. 3 ileSOc; Ne. 2, Mixeii:S.3Dc.
Kye "lull at We.
PreviMmi'j in steady jelin;r trade; mess
perk $lf;.V; beet Hum I: 5!17 OU; In
dian m.-i heel ut $18 .0 ; Hineked hams HJiW
I2e; pickled ham.-t 8Jrt9a ; bacon ameketl
shoulders ifie ; salt le 'Ve.
Lard market firm ; city kettle atOQJc;
loeie butelierst'S'c: prime .steam $J 00.
Butler Choice in fair domain! ether
Krade I are dull ; Creamery extra ut 2!)j):!0c;
de geed te choice -TS'JUc: ltrmlfenl
county and New Yerk extra. iri28c ; Western
reserve extra SOJSile ; de geed te choice N320e ;
serve extra 222c.
Eggs steady; re.tm'a Extra 22c; Western
Cheese dull, but steady : New Yerk lull
Itellsfjiuet ; ivnn'a extra 2I?j'.'3; Western rc
cream IS-e ; Western full cream 1313'c ;
de fair te gued 12312J-Cc; de hair skims 10Q
rcti'Olfiim llrm : refined 12ic.
Whisky firm at $112.
Seed-- Geed te prime clever dull ul$7U:fc
7 SO; Timethy jobbing at $i7iiQ2S1: r'Wxee.
scarci', $1 :!(.
SieMr Yerk AltirKet.
New Yerk, Oct. 13. Fleur State and Wst
ern steady, moderuteexpert ami home !
niiiud : Supcrllne, at $::w(i!4 10: extra de Jl 23
4 4'c elieie", de, $t.'i)l 73 : laney de.
ff .Si.'JJCO); round hoop Ohieil 833! 93: choice
de J5IIOjr; 00; aupiTlim: western S40! 10;
common te geed extra de $1231!)'); choice
de de$i i;.-C 3'): choice while wheat de ft C3
m S3; Southern quiet, unchanged ; com cem com
iiien te fair extra J.i)!(g'3 CO; geed te choice
de $3 i;037 0u.
Wheat moderate! vuctivii and prices $$le
better; Ne. I While, Oct., l li?isl 12; de
Nev., Si l-lfil 13',,: Ne. 2 Kcd Oct. SI V',(i)
1 14K ; de Nev. ?1 131 V ; de Dec, if I Il.tyw
Cern without impertantchangc: Mixed west
ern H)et.r3Jft..vy.ic: de future, 3lt.ri3J'.
Oatstquiet, unchanged; State ."'.)' I3e ; W:st
ern,3Ml4i Sleck Market
Nkw Yerk Stocks.
Stocks strenjr, active and buoyant.
a. m. a. m. r. m. v. M.
10:35 12X0 2:00 2:40
Krie K. It 42 41-Ji 42 ....
Michigan S. St L. S....llu I10 IIl',i ....
Michigan Cunt. II. it.. '.O M lOi'-f ....
Chicago & N. W. 112 I12i H2i ....
Chicago, M &St. 1.. W;j Wg 07 ....
Han. & St.. I. Cem :W, Viy :i!t' ....
" " l"ld.... SI 83 H:i ....
Teledo & Wuba-h.... '.J 37 3
Ohie& Mississippi. .. 3"4 31 314 ....
St. Leuis, I. M.&S.K.. SI 50J; fd
Ontario and Wi-tern. 231 ZV,i 23Ji ....
U.C.&I.CK. it mu 1-H 18
New Jersev Centra!.. ry, 75 7GJ ....
Del. & Hudsen Canal. '5 h'j 83-.-,
Del.. Luck. & Western i,2V. 9.:.'$ 111 ....
Western Union Tel... 'M: 'JD'J 1015 -
i'uciiic Mail S. H. Ce.. 12 I2'4 42; ....
Manhattan Elevated. :,C.yl vs,y, ....
Union 1'acillc .!.; ytj ....
K:ui.-as & Texas 'M'i :( 37J.J
Veu-Yerk Central 131-4
Adams Express I US ....
Illinois Central lli.JJ
Cleveland & Pitts 120
'Chlc.ige &. Keck 1 117 ....
Pittsburgh . Ft. '.V 1S2
American U. Tel. Ce r.tt
Pennsylvania It, U. .. f 5! :,'.'H
liiru.& Reading Hi It W
Lehigh Valley 62t 52
Lehigh Navigation... "5 33 35 ....
Northern P.i-.-ilic Coin 2;4 2S 28j ....
" P'd . 33 zay, 53
Pitts,, Tltusv'c ft .... 10 lli 1014
Northern Central 37'a '" 37J ....
Phil'n ft Erie U. It 15
Northern Pcnn'a 43
Un. It. It's of N.J 173
Hcstenvillc Pasd 10
Central Trans. Ce.
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Extension Window Cornice
ever manufactured. It is perrcct in its con
struetien, simple unit handy te adjust anil
very cheap. It can be regulated te lit any or er
narv winnow by means of n thumb screw, anil
can'be adjusted Irem one feet telivefret wide.
T!t-yare made or 4K Inch Walnut Meulding
or n :ew Pattern, anu wc have them in eight
different styles. Come and see them.
In Walnut, Ash and Ebony, Ends', Kings and
ORDERS TAKEN FOR
PIER AND MANTEL MIRRORS.
OPENING FALL STYLES OF
PHARES W. FRY; -
Ne. 57 NORTH QUEEN ST,