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LANCASTEMBAIL INHELUGENtR. THtmSDA OCTOBER 14, 1880
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which a collection was lifted.
Dr. P. 8. Hcnsen, D. D., of Philadel
phia, was introduced and in a brilliant
discourse, answered the question ' what
must be back of teaching ?" lie said it is
net every man or woman who is adapted
te teach and these who cannot de it ought
net te try it. Nothing is mere common in
the world than mistakes made in the se
lection of a vocation, of square men trying
te get into round holes. There is an eter
nal fitness -of things that ought te be ob
served. Te be a geed teacher a- man
must have a head, a heart, a holy
life and the Hely Ghost. He must
have that which Edward Everett said wsi
the most uncommon thing in the world,
"common sense." He must have some
thing in his head. It will net de te at
tempt te feed cherubs from an empty
spoon ; they will seen detect the cheat.
The teacher must be ever alert, have his
eyes and cars open, and seek knowledge
constantly from all quarters,"that he m
be able te impart it te all applicants. His
head must be full, surcharged, ready te
burst with knowledge. Secondly he must
have a heart and a big one; it must be a new
hcait. Nene without it should attempt te
teach or preach. A man can only tell what
he knows,and an unregencrate man knows
nothing of the spirit of religion. He must
also have a warm heart, ana it is net every
Christian that has one. There are men,
Who, in all ether respects appear te be
Christians, who are merely Christien ice
bergs, freezing every thing with which
they come in contact ; they have undertaker-like
faces, and their voices have a
"hark, from the tomb" tone. These
people slibuld net be allowed te teach.
The heart must net only be. warm
but vigoreus: it must have a force
like gunpowder, that would
home the truths of religion,
did net believe with Milten tlntt
powder was the invention of the devil ; en
the contrary he thought snuinewdcr was a
very geed thing ; it had done much to
ward ameliorating the horrors of war;
men de net new as they did of old meet
face te face in battle, throttle each ether,
plaits in each ether's faces with devilish ma
lignity and hack each ether te pieces with
knives. They kill each ether mere gen
teelly and at a jjieatcr distance ; and for
his own part, if he has te die a violent
death, which he hopes he won't, he wants
te be .shot bj- somebody about a mile
elF se that he can't see the man that
does it. While en the gunpowder question
Dr. Hcnsen related a case in point. He
once went te hear a gieat man preach a
college professor. lie was immense of
body and brain and mind a wonder of
knowledge and argument. He listened te
him with awe ; his every word appeared
te weigh a ten, and his argument grew
until it appeared like Ossa piled en Pelion.
Itcalizing his own insignificance, and
ashamed that he hail ever presumed te
preach, convinced that he did net even
knew what preaching was. Dr. Hcnsen
shrunk back into his own littleness
and felt like .sinking through the
lloer, when casting his eyes ever the audi
ence he saw that one half of them were
asleep and the ether half locked as if they
would like te be. The great man's great
discourse was se heavy that it had fallen
at his own feet.
Dr. Hcnsen then spoke of the necessity
of a pure life en the pait of the teacher.
Holiness docs net consist merely in profess
ing religion. The most damaging thing
te religion is canting hjpeeiisy. nt
above all ether requisites the power of the
Hely Ghost must be the teachers' greatest
hope. Without it, head, and heart, and
holiness, amount te nothing. With it, and
with the ether qualifications named, the
faithful teacher will be icwaidcd with an
abundant harvest of souls.
The doxology was sung and the conven
tion adjourned with a benediction by Prof.
Thursday jfermmj. The convention
opened with music, led by Prof. Fischer,
followed by prayc.i by IUv. Chas. P. Gcp
hart, of Carlisle.
President Whitney asked te be excused
for the morning and called Mr. McUennick,
of Harrisburg, te fill the chair.
The committee en nominations Mibiuit
ted the follewiog report :
PresidentJehn 11. Whitney, JJryn
Vice Presidents Gen. Jehn Pat ten, Cur
wensville; Ed. S. Wagener, Meehanics
burg. Treasurer Jehn Wcist, Pjciburg.
Executive Committee James McCorm McCerm
ick (president), Harrisburg ; L. D. Vail,
Philadelphia ; Eli S. Keinheld, Malianey
City ; Rev. E. W. Hicc, Philadelphia ;
Rev. Albert E. Funk, Philadelphia ; J. II.
Miller, Lebanon ; J. K. IJaldwin, Pitts
burgh ; W. L. Woodcock, Alteena ; II.
C. Moere. Lancaster : Hev. Jesse 15.
Yeung, Alteena ; Hev. W. II. Conard,
Philadelphia ; Rev. It. Crittenden, Bellc Bellc
fentc : Rev. 11. It. Fleck, Stene Church ;
Rev. W. M.
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'llU;d, JliUliOUUI ,
Shannen, Mil way ; It.
Philadelphia ; Henry
Rev. B. B. Hamlin, D. D.,
, R. A. Fink, D. D., Jehns-
A.. M. Stirk, Easten : Rev.
Rev. S. G.
Small, Yerk ;
Alteena ; Rev.
town : Itev.
G. W. Snyder, narrisuurc : II. R. Mes-
scr, New Cumberland ; Rev. J. W. Sulli
van, Cornwall ; W. R. Davenport. Eric ;
F. E. Ncttleteu, Scran ten ; C. 11. Pfahler,
Columbia ; Dr. J. W. Kerr, Yerk ; J. Mc
Mcans, Shippeusburg ; lien. II. W. Will
iams, Tiega ; Rev. W. D. Slecse, Grecnu
county : James Gamble, jr., Williams Williams
pert ; J. B. Bachman, East Berlin ; W.
B. Marshall, Indiana ; Rev. J. B. Seulc.
Objection being made te the name of
Itev. J. B. Seulc, the name of J. II. Red
iHJckcr, Lebanon, was substituted. Mr.
James McCormick declined the pest of
president of the executive committee.
The report was then adopted.
The committee en state secretary's re
port made a report favoring, first, the
merging of the offices of state secretary
and statistical secretary into one general
secretaryship, the office te be made a sala
ried one, the amount of salary te be pro
vided for by the execntive committee.
Second, in favor of appointing delegates
te the third international convention,
which will assemble in Terente. Canada,
in June, 1S81, be left te a sub-committee
of the executive committee. Third, that
while the pre rata assessment of the inter
national convention cannot be recognized
as a debt, the executive committee shall
appropriate 130 te that convention.
The committee en the organization of
unorganized counties reported recommend
ing the districting of the state into eleven
districts, each district te have a president
aud secretary. The report was discussed
at some length.
The committee en resolutions made the
following partial report which was unani
That in reviewing the eighteen years
history and work of the Pennsylvania
state Sunday-school association, we recog
nize the geed providence of Ged, aud
adept the motto with which the associa
tion began its work, viz : " We will rejoice
in the salvation aud in the name of our
Ged we will set up our banners.' Psalms
Resetted, That in the judgement of this
convention the association should continue
its Christian efforts aud receive the support
of all Sunday school workers, for the rea
son that it has been a promoter of greater
activity among the churches and denomi
nations in the formation of conventions aud
institutes in counties in which this con
vention has effected organizations, and
when the effort was made, though net al
In view of the increasing disregard for
the Lord's 'day by the opening of puclic
exhibitions and places of amusement, aud
thereby profaning the Sabbath, therefore
Resolved, By this state Sabbath school
lays" was sung by the convention,
association we value the" Sabbath as the
gift of Ged, and one of the pillars of our
Christian liberty and Christian institutions,
that we enjoin "upon the Sabbath school
workers of this commonwealth that they
exert all their influence in behalf of strict
observance of the command of the Master.
"Remember the Sabbath day te keep it
Resolved, That we recognize the import
ance of the temperance cause and would
recommend se far as practicable, it be
kept prominent in connection with our
Sunday school work.
Resolved, That in the death of General
Charles Albright, of Mauch Chunk, an ex
prcsident of this association, we have lest
a Christian gentleman, an earnest worker
in the Sunday school cause, a pure patriot,
and a statesman, from whom we part with
deep regret, and that our sympathies arc
hereby tendered te his family and friends
Resolved, That the thanks of this con
ventien are due te our secretary, Mr. E.
D. Wagner, for the zeal and energy with
which he has attended te the duties of his
e Jice, accomplishing such a large amount
of work at such a small outlay of money.
Resolved, That thanks be tendered te the
officers of the convention and te the gen
tlemen who favored us with lectures and
The committee en finance reported tnat
they had audited the report of the treas
urer and found it correct. The committee
recommend that $300 be raised for expenses
for the current year and that if practical
$1,300 be raised for the purpose of employ
ing a suitable person te de Sunday school
work in this state, andcr the direction of
the executive committee.
On motion, the executive committee was
authorized te elect a president, in place of
3Ir. McCormick declined, and the name of
D. C. Havcrstiek, of Lancaster, was added
te the committee. It was also eidercd that
the committee meet immediately after ad
journment. On motion the convention proceeded te
take the pledges (and in some instances
the cash) of delegates for contributions te
the state society's funds. The amount of
cash and pledges exceeded $030.
E. Payson Perter delivered an address
en county organization. There arc
five banner states in the union in
which conventions were held last
year in every county in the
state. The county organizations arouse
interest in the work, push forward the
work of the Sunday schools, tends te keep
them open the year round. Lecal organi
zations are also of great, importance. The
international, state, or even county con
ventions cannot icach all the people. Te
reach these it is necessary te have local or
ganizations with agents that visit periodi
cally every family in the district, aud
gather into the schools all the children.
We .should have all ever Pennsylvania
training classes for teachers. There should
be such a class within every six miles
square. At some length Mr. Perter spoke
of the advantages which would Hew from
He was followed by Rev. Crittenden,
who read a brief paper en the same sub
euu regular coiuiespenohxci;
Tlie Democratic Parade A Splendid Tiirn-
fiii t lAclrinj;!"-- Courtesies General
New H of till) lloreugli.
The parade of the Hancock and English
batt'ilien last evening was a very imposing
affair and the line in all respects presented
an excellent appearance. Solidity was
unquestionably the paiameunt feature of
the parade and there was none of the strag
gling tee often seen in volunteer turnouts,
but en the contrary the men marched like
veterans, paying the strictest attention te
their nligncmcnts and the Miiall things
necessary te keep in geed formation, and
as a consequence the order was of the best,
the marching geed, and the spectacle an
exceedingly pleasing one. The turnout
was large,' uuusally se, and it was un
doubtedly the longest parade ever given by
the Democracy in Columbia. There were
three bands in the precession : The
Wrightsvillc had the right of the line, the
Irenvillc the centre, and the Citizens', of
this place, the left. The several compa
nies forming the battalion took the position
assigned them by general orders, at 7:30
o'clock, aud promptly at 8 o'clock the line
moved, following the route published in
yesterday's IxTEixiersccn. Coming up
Locust street, a short distance above
Frent, the battalion was greeted by
a discharge of Reman candle, put
off by Company " Z,'" ( helmet com
pany ) of the " Republican battalier,
and at the Republican headquarters at
Odd Fellows hall they passed before an
other pyrotechnic display, both displays
being kept up until the entire line had
passed. At both places cheers were
given and returned and we have yet te
hear of any unpleasantness arising. The
Hancock Invinciblcs were rigged out in
their new uniforms consisting of a metal
helmet, blue shirt with the letters II. Ac E.
en the breast-plate, white necktie and
white belt. The helmet company proper,
were a helmet like the Invinciblcs, a white
cape and white leggings. Each of the
companies presented an exceptionally line
appearance. A delegation from Washing
ton borough, a Democratic stronghold,
marched in the precession and was given
the left of the line. Cel. II. M. North,
Majer S. S. Detwiler and Surgeon J. K.
Li nca weaver occupied a carriage at the
right of the line. The battalion was well
formed and well officered and everything
worked with clock-like precision.
Dr. W. A. Paine is visiting his home in
Mr. and Mrs. Jehn A. Slade, who, dur
ing the past few days were at Baltimore.
Mil., participating in thcscsqui-ccntciini.il
celebration of the city, have returned te
Mr. I.C. Gitt, who, for his health's sake,
recently made a trip te the Shenandoah
Valley." has returned te Columbia and te
Lillic, thy three-year-old daughter of
Rebeit Ward, died of diphtheria at neon
yesterday, at her home" en Walnut, street,
Rev. F. W. Stalcv. iuter of the E. E.
Lutheran church, lectured last evening en
" Pilgrim's Progress." His audience was
ratlicr small by reason of the Democratic
The Republicans will give a battalion
parade this evening.
Rev. Reger Ov.cn, D. D., of Chestnut
Hill, Philadelphia, is visiting at Mount
Bethel, Columbia, the residence of Mr. S.
The Lancaster Masens, from Baltimore's
scsqui-ccnteunial,arrived here at a late hour
last night and were sent te Lancaster en a
freight train drawn by engine Ne. 291,
first having their tickets collected here by
passenger conductor Jehn A. Beyle. The
Columbia Masens have also returned.
The P. It. R. pay car did net put in an
appearance yesterday afternoon but will
be here this afternoon for sure.
Sudden Death of Daniel 1C. JUicsse.
Daniel K. Micssc, aged 73 years, and re
siding at 314 Seuth Priuce street, died
very suddenly at his residence last evening.
Mr. Jliessc had net hcen well for some
time past, but yesterday he seemed te he a
great deal better. During the day he took
a ride, and after returning home he started
out for a short walk. He again returned
te the house, aud while in the dining room
he was taken with pains, and, dropping
ever, he expired in a sl)ert time. It is
supposed that the immediate cause of his
death was heart disease. Mr. Micsse was
born iu 1 Jerks county and aftcrwaid re
moved te SchaciTerstewn, Lebanon county,
wheic he resided for years, lie moved te
this city some years age, but seen went
West. Returning he again settled here
and has been here for seven years. He
leaves a wife, one son and two-daughters;
His son is D. W. Miesse, the confectioner.
The coroner impaneled a jury consist
ing of Abraham Sawyer, S. G. Urban, H.
Ehrisman, Jehn A. Schuh and Jacob
Frankford, and held an inquest en the
body. They rendered a verdict of death
from heart disease.
Fiftieth Marriage Anniversary of Mr.
and Mrs. Christian cast.
As noted before, our esteemed fellow-citizen,
Mr. Christian Gast and his geed wife
will this evening, at their residence, Ne.
224 West Chestnut street, celebrate the
golden anniversary of their marriage,
which event occurred fifty years age to te
.day. Christian Gast was born in Rhine, Prus
sia, en the 2d of December, 1808. In 1818
he came with his family te America. The
family landed at Baltimore and seen after
wards came te Lancaster and settled down
te business. At the age of thirteen years
Christian was apprenticed te the shoe
making business te Mr. Martin, the father
of Jehn G. Martin, of the Relay house, this
city. He served his apprenticeship and
for a vear or two worked as a journeyman
shoemaker. On the 14th of Oct. 1830, he.
was married te Maria Eckert, by whom
he had a large family of children, seven of
whom arc still living, of whom Prof. P.
A. Gast, D.D. of the Reformed theological
seminary; Chas. E. Gast, esq., of Colerado,
and Win. II. Gast, shoe dealer, and the
late Emanuel II. Gast, deceased, are per
haps best known te te our citizens. A few
years after his marriage Mr. Gast began
the shoe trade en his own account, in the
property of the late Dr.Millar,en the'siteef
Wm. Millar's present property. Seme
years afterwards he purchased the adjoin
ing property, and carried en the business
there for many years, finally selling the
place in 18C8, te Jacob Leeb, who tore
down the old building and erected en its
site the fine brick structure new occupied
by Mr. Leeb. Mr. Gast retired from busi
ness but bis seu Emanuel II., and after
wards W. II. Gast, continued the busi
ness for .several years, first in the Examiner
building and for two years at Ne. 19 North
Queen street. Although ostensibly " re
tired' 'from business the father continues
te take an active interest in it, and may
be seen almost any day busily engaged in
the store of his son.
Mr. Gast has held many and still holds
some responsible positions of trust. He
was for twelve years treasurer of the beard
of peer directors, for three years a prison
inspector, and two years treasurer of the
beard. He was a charter member of the
trustees of Franklin and Marshall college ;
lie was a charter member and has been for
many years treasurer of the Lancaster
cemetery company, and treasurer of
the Mechanic's library association,
lie was for many years a communicant
member and elder of the old German Re
formed church. He was a charter member
of St. Paul's Rcfeimed church, was active
j in building up the church and has been for
years an elder m its councils, lie is also a
member of Ledge 43 of the Masonic fra
ternity and Monterey Ledge Ne. 242 I. O.
Mr. and Mrs. Gast arc both in excellent
health. In June, 1ST0, they made a trip
te the Recky mountains te witness the
wonderful scenery and at the same time
pay a visit te a son aud grandson residing
At the golden wedding all the living
children, seven in number, the grand-children,
fifteen in number, arc expected te be
present, together with a host of brothers,
sisters, cousins aud aunts.
Democratic General Nominations.
At the general nominating meetings of
the Democracy of this city, last evening,
the follewin ; persons were placed in nom
ination for Assembly, the selection of the
Democratic candidate te be made at the
primaries en Saturday evening :
Elim G. Snyder, 9th ward.
Wm. McCemscy, 1st ward.
Other names were placed in nomination
but have been withdrawn.
The epizootic, which new is raging in
the larger cities, has made its appearance
in this city. There ate 37 horses in the liv
ery stable of Fred Brimmer which have
the disease. In Reese Bres.' stable 20 horses
arc sick. There are many horses sick in
ether stables, while there are some which
have escaped entirely. The disease is of a
milder nature than that which raged eight
years age, and with careful attention it is
Last evening the Republicans held a
meeting in the opera house, which was
addressed by Galusha A. Grew, who de
livered the same old speech which he has
been irivins throughout the state. After
the meeting the Rads indulged in a walk
around and made the air blue with badly
Ming campaign music
This morning the mayor sent one drunk
te jail for 3 days and discharged another.
. . m
"The best evidence of success is success,"
aud that i-i why Prof. Guilmctle's French Kid
ney Pads have lift'I such an enormous sale, ler
it positively enrui all diseases of the kidneys
and miliary organs.
Any disease et the Kidney?, Bladder, Uiinary
Organs, Nervous System, or case et Larae
Rack, that cannot be cured by Day's Kidney
Pud, cannot be eured by any ether treatment
or remedy In existence. ell-lwdMW&FAw
Ball This Evening.
Thli evening the employees of Edglerley's
coach works will held a ball Jn Rethwcilcr's
hall. A tin? lime Is expected.
"T.'ic Callcy Slave" Te-night. The Phila
delphia newspapers wcic unanimous in their
praise et the performance et Earlley Camp
bell's "Galley Slave" at the Chestnut Street
opera house, where It recently made such a
great hit. It was presented in Scr.inten Mon
day night, anil ths Republican, or that city,
closes a long review as follews: "Indeed
there was net a dull element In the play, Irem
the heroine te Little Daisy,'and we have rarely
seen a better pleased audience at the Academy
et Music." The same company will produce it
at Fulton opera heuse tonight. There should
be a large audience.
Equally adapted te the lccblc or robust,
male or female, arc Malt Hitters.
Catch a Tartar
and when caught scrub well with SOZODONT
Don't spare it. Jlrush for dear life. If you
destroy it, all the better for yen and your
teeth. " It will destroy the health of the mouth,
it beauty, and your sweet breath.
Shaving is a rascally business shaving with
Cnticiira Shaving Seap alone excepted.
The name of WILLIAM McCOMSEY, of the
First ward, will be presented te tlie Demo
cratic electors et Lancaster -at their primary
elections te neminate a candidate for As
sembly, under Democratic rules.
ELIMG. SNYDER, of the Ninth ward, wil
be a candidate for the Democratic nomination
te the Legislature from Lancaster City. Sub
feet te Democratic rules. W
I'eurth "Ward Ball Association.
A meeting of the managers of the Fourth
ward Hancock ball association will be held at
Uethwcilcr's hall this evening at 7 o'clock, te
psrfcct arrangements ler the ball.
Sixth Wanl-Aineilcus Clnb
will meet at their club room, Schiller 1UIJ, to
morrow ( b riday) evening at 7 o'clecir. Twe
invitations tromYerk nil Eplu-ata have been
received by the secretary. A full attendance
H. Z. RHOADS & BRO.
Call attention te the completeness and variety of their
stock, including every 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 fine
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 respectfully invited te visit our store.
H. Z. RHOADS & BRO., Jewelers.
The regular stated meeting et the Ninth
ward Hancock and English clnb will be held
at their club room, eyer Arneld Haas's saloon,
North Queen street, en Friday evening at 1
Attention Uanceck Veterans.
All members of Hancock Veteran Assecla
tien, with the exception of Ces. A and 15, arc
requested te report at headquarters for drill
en Thursday evening at 7J o'clock, sharp,
The Veuug Men's Hancock anil English club
et the Seventh ward will meet te-morrow
(Tlmrsday)cvcningat 7 o'clock at Utzingcr's
saloon, Middle street. Important business.
Millport, Kast Lampeter Tivp.
Thursday evening, October 14. Speakers: B.
F. Davis, J. L. Stcinnictz, E. D. North, J. A.
Thursday evening, Oct. 14. Speakers: D. Mc
Mullen, it. IS. Risk, Jehn L. Jaceln.Capt. II. H.
Friday evening, October 13. Speakers lien.
Ermcntrent, of Reading; V. R. Wilsen,
McMullen, W. II. Reland, J. G. Garman, II.
Friday evening, October 15. Speaker: K.
Wiegand, 11. F. Davis, R. 15. Risk.
it is impossible ler a woman atter a fiilllilul
course of treatment with Lyilla E. Vinklmnrs
Vegetable Compound te continue te suffer
with a weakness et the uterus. Enclose a
fitamp te Mrs. Lydia E. Pink ham, 233 Western
avenue. Lynn, Mass.fer pamphlets.
The Pleasures el Hepe.
When the body Is bowed withpainan intense
longing for relief brings hope. This may
brighten the suffering but it does net enre. At
a time like this bow welcome i.s such a trlend
as Warner's Safe Kidney mid Liver Cure,
bringing hope, health and happiness and the
joys efa renewed lite. " 1
After all, a gentle purgative Is the best
means of curing headache, liver complaint,
biliousness, Ac. Use "Sellers' Liver rills."
IiiruitK I!r.oe:, General Debility, Mcreiuln,
Hrysipclas, l'implcs, Carbuncles, Unhealing
Seres, and ether diseases demanding a treat
ment essentially Tonic, Absirbcnt, Alterative,
Meed Cleansing, Weed Makingand Health Re
storing, yield readily te that most perfect and
elegant of medicinal preparations. Dr. Brown
ing's Tonic and Alterative. Price 50 cent3 and
?1. Fer sale by the proprietor, W. Champien
Browning, M. D., 1117 Arch street, Philadel
phia, and all Druggists and Dealers in Medi
Poverty and Sutlering.
" I was dragged down with debt.pevcrtyand
sutleringler years, caused by a sick family and
large bills for doctoring, which did them no
geed. 1 was completely discouraged, until
one year age, by the advice of my pastor, I
procured Hep Hitters and commenced their
use, anil in 0110 month wc were all well, an I
none 01 us have seen a sick day since, nnd 1
want te say te all peer mcn,yeu can keep your
families well a yenr with Hep Hitters ler less
than one doctor's visit will cost. A Working
Try Lechcr's Renowned Cough Syrup.
"Te Be, or Net Te Be."
"Te be, or net te be" that Is the question,
whether te suffer from a diseased system and
continuous impurities of our bleed, or te take
Spring Blessem nnd become a welcome and
respectable member of secielv. Prices : 50c.,
trial bottles 10c. Fer sale bv II. 15. Cochran,
druggist. 137 and l'J North Queen street. Lan
caster, Pa. 2
Mothers! Mothers!: Mothers :!!
Areyeu;di3tnrhed at night and broken el
your rest by a sick child sutrering nnd crying
with the excruciating pain et cutting teeth?
It se. go at once ami getabettlc of MRS. WINS
LOW'S SOOTHING SYRUP. It will relieve the
peer little sufferer immediately depend upon
it; there Is no mistake about it. There is neta
mother en earth who has ever used it, who will
net tell you at once that it will lvgulatc the
bowels, and give rest te the mother, and relief
and health te the child, operating like magic.
It is perfectly safe te use in nil cases, and pleas
ant te the la-te, and is the prescription et one
et the eldest and best female physicians and
nurses in tlie United Stp.ccs. Sold everywhere
25 cents a bottle. fil7-lvd&wM.W&S
11 Eve upon the first of men, the apple
pressed with specious 0:1111,
what a thousand pities then, that Adam
whs net Aiiamant,
Hut though by ills false step, we were deemed,
te life of endless toil,
One certain comfort we can get, te cure Ithcii
unities Kclectric Oil.
Fer sale by II. 11. Cochran, druggist, Ne. 137
nnd 139 Nertli (luecn street, Lancaster, Pa. 3
Sere eye, tetter, salt rheum, &c., arc cured
by " Dr. Lindsey's Bleed Searcher " Sold by
Help te Metners nursing Infants.
It is a conceded fact that mothers who have
the care, anxiety nnd draught et nursing In
fants, arc weak and need the aid et some
strengthening tonic te make up the nourish
ment required for the growth of the child.
Ale, porter aud lager beer have often been re
commended. Of late, since physicians have
become aware that the Pert Grape Wine pro
duced by Alfred Specr, et Passaic, N. 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 medi
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 Pre. Atlee and
Davis, and sold by II. E. Slaymaker.
AvFLEBAcn Marmx. At the narsenasc. 43ti
West Walnut street, Lancaster, Pa., Oct. 13,
1680, by Bcv. S. Olin Garrison. Mr. Harry F.
AlHcbach te Misss Lizzie L.Martin, both of
Veixxer. In this city, en October 13, 1300,
Mary Ellen, daughter et Frederick and Anna
Mary Vellmcr, aged 0 months
The relatives and friends of the family are
respectfully invited te attend the funeral from
her parents' residence. Ne. 309 Neitli Queen
street. en Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock. In
terment at Zion's cemetery.
MIB38C In this city, en the 13th of October,
1831), Paniel K. Miesse, in the 73d year or his
The relatives and friends of the family are
respectfully invited te attend the funeral,
from his late residence. Ne. 314 Sonth Prince
street, en Saturday afternoon, at 2 e'cl eck. In -torment
at Woodward Hill mine tery. 2td
LAWRENCE KNAPP'S CELEBRATED AND
WELL KNOWN DRAUGHT ALE.
is new ready for consumers, wholesale and
Hotels, RECTAcn.vxTa and Private Families
can be supplied with this wnolcseme and
nourishing beverage. All orders will receive
punctual attention and deliverances made at
short notice. Call or address
Ne. 113 Enst King Street,
ectll-lnul Lancster, Pn.
STJtAYEP OR STOLEN,
A White and Liver Colored Pointer Deg,
years old, (Registered), ltewartl for Ins
A. JV M'UKKIEI',
2S Seuth Queen Street,
On MONDAY, OCTOURR 18, 1SS0. at the
popular restaurant in the P. R. R. Depot, a
large variety et Restaurant Fixtures, consist
ing of Tables, Chairs, Screens, Mirrors, Pic
tures, Cleck, Steves and Heater, Cupbeanls,
Refrigerator, one Splendid Geng, Tin, Glass
an.l Quecnswarc, Knives and Ferks. Uettled
Catsup, and many articles net named.
Sale te commence at 9 o'clock a. ui.l
11. Shubert, Auct. el4-;tdR
On TUESDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1SS0, will be
sold at the Keystone Hetel, Nertli Queen street,
a valuable let of ground situated en the west
side of North Queen street, fronting en North
Queen street 1(1 feet, 7 inches, and in depth 2I5
lect, te 14 lect wide public alley, en which is
erected a two-story HRICK DWELLING, con
taining parlor, back room, live bed rooms and
Saale te commence at 7 o'clock p. m., when
conditions will be made known by
II. SmcEirr, Auct. ect 13-1 ltd
PUBLIC SALE OF A VALUABLE SUB
URBAN PROPERTY. On TUESDAY',
NOVEMBER 0, at the Cooper Heuse, will be
sold the Beautiful Suburban Property of the
undersigned, containing 5J4 ACRES, situated
en the Columbia pike, one-quarter efa mile
west of Lancaster, Pa., bordering en and near
te the country pluccs respectively of Dr. J. W.
Nevin. of the .Messrs. llagcr, el Nath. Ell
maker, esq., and contiguous te Wheatland,
homeef the late ex-President James Buchanan.
Possessing the advantage of this neighbor
hood te these elegant homes of the West End,
and itself improved by its capacious mansion
and suitable outbuildings, sheltered by orna
mental trees, shrubs and climbing vines; sur
rounded by lawns laid out in paths nnd car
riage reads: cemmunicatlnc te the citv bv
means of the pike and gis-Iit pavements nnd
the live minutes walk te City Passenger Hall
way, with its frontage of 87'J feet en a line of
front with city properties nearby thisprepcrty
while offering the double advantages of coun
try and city surroundings, atterds a lovely
home with a growing value."
The place contains above 20Jernnmcntaland
fruit trees. Of the latter there are varieties et
apples, peaches, pears, plums, cherries, Ac., in
fruit-bearing state, ami se likewise arc the
different varieties et grapes, currants, rasp
berries, &c. The mansion of brick, with slate
reef, having a southern exposure, containing
20 rooms and halls, with their complement
of closets, and basements with cemented
lloers, plastered wall-t and ceilings, well light
ed and thoroughly ventilated, is a double two
storied Heuse with well finished attic rooms.
Its living rooms and bed chambers newly
paintcd and papered, open out en beautiful
verandahs aud piazzas with appliances for
conservatories. The principal hull is entered
from a portico that is approached from the
trout through an avenue of tall evergreen
trees. Among the modem improvements is
a bath room supplied with rain water caught
from reef in a boiler iron tank of Best's manu
facture, newly constructed; also a large size
Reynolds' improved furnace that heats entire
building. Of its outbuildings there is a newly
built tobacco shed, a shed for wagons, Ac.
Stablimj room for 2 cows, 2 horses and for pigs,
and a roomy carriage house. Immediately in
the rear et residence Is a two-storied brick
slate covered building, adapted ler summer
kitchen, and having upper room servant
There are two wells of excellent water, one
especially distinguished for its supply that has
never shown signs of diminution during the
Persons desirous of inspecting the premises
may call, when a full opportunity fordeing se
will freely be granted.
Sale te commence promptly at 7 o'clock p.
111. en said day, when terms nnd conditions
will be made known by
J. II H. WAG NEK,
IIkxrv SnuBEirr, Anct. ltd
The Democratic voters et this city arc re-qnc-di'd
te assemble at their usual voting
places at primary elections en
SATURDAY KVEMNM, Oct. 1J, 1880,
FROM O TO 8 O'CLOCK, and te vote for one
nominee for Assembly from said District,
The Judges of the elections ,wlll meet at
the Centra! Headquarters at '.) p. 111. te tabu
late the Vete and declare the nominee.
W. U. IIENSEL,
Chairman Campaign Committee.
.T.e. IC. Metzeei:, Sect.
1TXKCUTOKS SALE OF CITV l'KOP
2i ERTY. On FRIDAY', OCIOBER 15. 1880,
the undersigned executers of Henry Steiger
walt, deceased, will expose te sale, at 7 o'clock
p. m., at the Leepard Hetel, East King street,
a Let or Piece of Ground, situated en the east
side of Sonth Queen street, in the city of Lan
caster, Ne. 3G5. Said let containing in front, en
said Seuth Queen street, 17 feet and 4 inches,
nnd extending in depth of that width eastward
te Strawberry street, whereon is erected a
geed two-story-and-a-hair DRICK DWELL
ING HOUSE, with a two-story Back Building
attached, Hydrant. Fruit Trees, and ether im
Terms made known at time of ale by
MICHAEL F. STEIGERWALT,
WM. B. STEIGERWALT,
Executers of Henry Stclgcrwult, dee'd.
Hexuy Shuiieut Auct. s30-el.7,ll,12,13,ll
TXECUrOKS SALE OF CITY PKOP-
Jjj ERTIES. The undersigned executers of
Michael Malene, deceased, will expose te sale
en THURSDAY', the 14th day el OCTOBER, at
7 o'clock p. m., at the Cad well Heuse, the fel
lowing Real Estate, viz :
Ne. 1. A Let et Ground en the N. E. corner
of Orange and Shippcn streets, with a frontage
of 494 eet, mere or less, en Orange street, nnd
along Shippcn street northward 243 feet te a
public alley, en which is erected a commodi
ous and well built Mansion, Ne. 301, two-stories
high with two-story back bnilding, nil in geed
repair; also en rear of let a two-story brick
stable and ether improvements.
Ne. 2. A Piece et Ground en North Lime
street, west side, between Orange nnd Chestnut
streets, containing in fronton Lime street 37
feet, mere or less, and in depth westward CI
lect 4 inches, eu'whicli is erected a two-story
Brick dwelling. Ne. VIS, with its improvements.
Ne. 3. A Piece of Ground en south side et
East Chestnut street, near Duke, containing
in front 2.5 feet and extending in depth south
ward CG feet, en which is erected a three-story
Brick Dwelling, Ne. 41, with brick building at
tached, furnished with water anil sewerage.
Terms made known at time of sale.
WM. L. PElPEIt,
JAMES M. BURKE,
Executers of Michael Malene, dce'd.
Ubxky SnuBEirr. Auct.
tlsc, free of char
e, in the IXTKUian
ceb, who wants something te de.
WANTEU-BOOT AND SHOE BEPA1B BEPA1B BEPA1B
ingtode. Neatly dene for 75e. Twe
doers below P. It. B. Depot en Pennsylvania
WANTED. THE INO.UIREU PBINTI2XG
aud Publishing Company want a few in
telligent boys te learn the printing business.
Inquire either in person Or by letter, at their
office 53 and 33 North Queen street, Lancaster.
Fa. (ect 7-3tdeewJt2tw
THUBSDAT EVENING, OCT. 14, I88O.
REPUBLICAN VICTORY IN INDIANA.
OHIO1 SHOWS DEMOCRATIC GAINS.
The Natlfc'ftal Committee Talking It Over.
GRANT IN NEW ENGLAND.
General News of the Bay.
Tne Collection of News Suspended.
Cincinnati, Oct. 14. 3 a.m. The col
lection of news both at Columbus and In In In
dianopelis was suspended before midnight
by the central cenvmittecs and net much
else has been done by ethers. The Re
publicans in Indiana are new claiming a
majority of eight thousand and a majority
of the Legislature.
Pretty Bad Werk en Tuesday.
Indianapolis, Oct. 14 neon. Addi
tional returns show about the same rate of
gains for the Republicans. Their majority
en the state ticket will net fall short of
7000. Congressmen appear te stand eight
Republicans te live Democrats. The .Re
publicans will also have a majority in the
Beth Parties Claim Gains.
Columbus, Ohie, Oct, 14. The Repub
lican state committee have returns from
84 out of 83 counties, which show Repub
lican gains of 8,599, and Democratic gains
of 0,781. The net Republican gain for
Townsend, secretary of state, is 1,818.
At the Democratic headquarters returns
have been gathered from various sources,
show that according te these figures Dem
ocratic gains for Lang, secretary of state,
are 8,9C3, and the gains for Townsend,
Republican are given as 0,144, a net Dem
ocratic gain of 2,849.
DEFEATED, BUT NOT DISMAYED.
Picking Their Flints te Try it Again.
New Yerk, Oct. 14. The Democratic
national executive committee is iu session
this afternoon at the Democratic head
quarters. Among the members present
are Senater Barnum, aud Messrs. Scott of
Pennsylvania, Smalley of Vermont, Hewitt
of New Yerk, Barnes of Georgia, and
Cleveland of New Jersey. The result of
the October elections and the prosecution
of the campaign are, it is understood, the
subjects under consideration.
GRANT AT PLYMOUTH ROCK.
Vlsitlngthe Heme of Miles Staiullsh.
Pi.YMOCTii,Mass., Oct. 14. Immediately
after breakfast this morning General Grant
and pasty left the Hetel Brunswick, Bos Bes Bos
eon for the Old Colony depot for Plymouth.
The partywas composed of the executive
committee of the Middlesex club and Gen.
and Mrs. Grant and their companions.
At Abington the general shook hands
with the crowd. At Plymouth he was
met en his arrival by a committee and was
escorted te Memerial hall, where he was
met by Governer and Mrs. Leng and Hen.
Henry B. Pierce. Judge Russell welcomed
the general te the home of Miles Standish.
The general replied briefly, accepting the
welcome and acknowledging courtesies ex
tended. The sword of Miles Standish was
then handed te him. Frem Memerial hall
the party was driven te Pilgrim
and thence te Plymouth Reck. Prem the
rock the General was taken te the nation
al monument te the Pilgrims, whence he
was driven te Davis Hall, where 800 chil
dren had gathered te greet him. When he
reached the platform he was received with
cheers and the clapping of hands.
Vermont Preparing ter Grant.
MexTPET.iETt, Vt., Oct. 14. Gen. Grant
having decided te visit this state week
after next, arrangements are en feet for
A Pause Probable.
Reme. Oct. 14. The Dirclte says : " If
Dulcigne is surrendered a pause in the
course of Eastern affairs must necessarily
Operations In .Seuth Africa.
Cape Town, Oct. 14. It new appears
that Cel. Baylcy retired into the fort at
Mascra at uighfall and the burning of the
government office and barracks then took
place. The enemy lest heavily in the fight
and then withdrew somewhat. Cel. Bay-
ley is well supplied with feed, but Cai Cai
ringten, who is besieged at Mcfelcng, has
been obliged te slaughter horses for
Washington, D. C, Oct. 14. Fer the
Middle states during the rest of Thursday,
fair weather, slowly rising temperature
and falling barometer and winds shifting
te easterly and southerly.
Three Children Burned te Death.
St. Leuis, Oct. 14. The residence of
Jesse Jerdan, about a mile from Carlinville,
Ills., was bnrtied en Tuesday night and
three children, aged 0, 10 and V years
respectively, perished iu the flames.
Suit Against a Car Company.
Montreal, Oct. 14. Alderman Done Dene
van has entered suit against the Wagner
palace car company for $3,000 damages for
ejecting him from a car while en route
from New Yerk te this city, notwithstand
ing he had paid for aslccpiug berth.
German Baptist Conference.
St. Leuis, Oct. 14. The Sixth German
general Baptist conference of North Amer
ica began its session here last night.
About 150 delegates from all parts of the
country are present.
The Warren Inquiry.
New Yeiik, Oct. 14. Cel. C. Durland,
of Ilenesdale, Pa., and Maj. Gen. Heniy
Cappart, of Martin's Ferry,Bclment coun
ty, Ohie, testified before the Warren court
of inquiry te-day.
Frent In North Carolina.
Wei.den, N. C, Oct. 14. A very heavy
frost, the first of the season, fell in this
vicinity this morning.
Wendell Phillips for Congress
Bosten, Oct. 14. A section of the
Greenback party in this city last night,
nominated Wendell Phillips for Congress.
New Yerk Market.
Niew Tea. Oct, 11. Fleur State and West
ern firm and active expert anil home tle
UMnd; Superfine, at 370J4 10; extra de $4 25
450; choice, de, 4 608473; fancy de.
4 806800: round hoop Ohie $4 600300: choice
de 5 0006 00 ; superfine western t 70M 10 ;
common te geed extra de 4 254 ft) : choice
'1. dB u 'S6 choice white wheat de $1 63
04 S3 ; Southern firm, unchanged ; com
mon te fair extra $3 0003 60; geed te choice
i trsni ivr
Cern HtSfic better and quiet ; Mixed west
ern 8poi."5Xexc;de future, &33Q55c.
Oats tqnlet, unchanged; State St45c; West
PBiLADzx.rHiA. Oct. 14. Fleur quiet but firm
ly held; superfine tt 003 90; 'extra $3730
425; Ohie and Indiana family $3 506 00;
Fenn'a family de$500Q5 50: St, Leuis family
at 6 0031 50; Minnesota family 95 2516 09;
Straight fS6 73 ; patent ami high grades 97 00
Rye flour at 9525.
Wheat higher but unsettled ; Ne. 2 Western
Red 911511C; Pa.Kcdl ltf; Amber 91 16.
ifcCern firm ; steamer, none here ; yellow 55Kc ;
Oats steady ; Ne. 1. WlUte 42c : Ne. 2 de 40Kc;
Ne. 3 de 39c ; Ne. 2, Mixed :39c.
Kye firm at 03tMc.
Previsions in steady Jobbing trade; mess
perk $1650; beer hams 916 5017 00; In
dian mess beet at IIS 50 ; smoked hams 11
12c; pickled hams 89c ; bacon smoked
shoulders CK(i7c ; salt de 5ic
Lard market llrm ; city kettle at 93Vi5 :
loose butchers' 8c: prima steam 9!) 00.
Butter Choice in fair demand ether
grade! are dull ; Creamery extra at 29D30c:
de geed te choice 27023c: llratlfertl
county and New Yerk extra, 252Sc; Western
reserve extra 20JJ22C : de "geed te choice 16 919c :
serve extra 20f22c;UelU quiet : Penu'a Kxtra
2022c ; Western Ucserve de 2123r.
Kgjrs linn; Penu'a Kxtra 22c; Western
Cheese dull, but steady: New Yerk full
Kells quiet; Penn'a extra 2lt; Western re
creant 13c ; Western full cream 1313!c :
de fair te geed 12312Jc; de half skims 10Vj
Petroleum steady ; refined 12Vie.
Whisky at 91 12.
Seeds Uoed te prime clever dull nt$7OO0
750; Timethy jobbing at $7i2SU: Flaxseed
New Yers Stocks.
Slecks strong and buoyant.
A. it. A. it.
.'.!.. If .LI,' ! '
V. V. I 31.
II I 1011.?
'llli y-.A, , J
Michhran S. X L. S....I1I?.', 111
Michigan Cent. K. U..101 U)
Chicago A '. W
Chicago, M & St. 1'
Han. St.. I. Cem..
Teledo A Wabash.
Ohie ft Mississippi.
SKT, 91 "
St. Lenis. I. M.AS.K
Ontario and Western.
t. c vb t. s i. i.. .....
New Jersey Central.. 77
Del. & Hudsen Ciuial. &:
Del.. Lack. A Western
Western Union Tcl...l03
lauiuu iimii a. ;?. iU.. i-;h
New Yerk Central...
Illinois Cent nil
Chicsige & lteck I
Pittsburgh & Ft. W..
American U. Tel. Ce
wneat xeverisuand unsettled, prices 29236:
better : Ne. 1 White; Nev., $1 15& Ne. 3 l&t
Oct. SI V7t iln Veir. 91 lrtiDl lTlx . .i ru.
a. - .- t ...
Pennsylvania K, K... . & T Mz 59'
Phil'iuft Heading...... I H1JH 1 h
Lehigh Valley .r2,i 52 53 53
Lehigh Navigation... 35 31?i 3IJ 35
Northern Pacific Cem .... 29 29 2Sft
" " P'd.53 53 Xl ....
Pitts., Titusv'c &.... W vyH 16-Ji vau
Northern Central 37 37K 37JJ
Phil'aftKric It. K 15JJ l.V ....
Northern Pcnn'a 4S 47i
Un. U.K's or N.J 176 175 175
Hestenvillc Pass 19
Central Trans. Ce.
Lecal Stocks nnd llenits.
LnncCity 6 per ct. Lnnn,dnc 1S80.. .$UM
" 1SH1... 100
" lrtW... 100
" 1895... 100
" 5 per ct. in 1 or 30 years. . loe
Lane, and QunrryVe K. ILhend.... 1
" " " stock 50
Lancasternnd Kpliratu turnpike... 25
Lunc,Kliznbctht'ii and31iddlet'u.. 100
Lancaster mid Frultvillc turnpike. 50
Lancaster and Lititz turnpike 25
Lancasternnd Maner turnpike.... 50
Lancaster and Manheim turnpike. 25
Lancaster and Marietta turnpike.. 25
Lane, and New Helland turnpike.. 1W
Lane, and Strasburg tnrnpike. 25
Lane, and Susquehanna turnpike.. 3UO
Lane, and Willow Street tnrnpike. 25
Farmers Nat. Hunk et Lancaster... 50
First Nat. Hank of Lancaster Ien
Lancaster County Nat. Bank 50
Inquirer Printing Ce 50
LaucCat Light anil Fuel Ce. stock. 25
" " bends.
KILLIANT OKAMATIC KVKNT.
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 14th.
MU. JOHN I. MISHLKi: has the honor et
presenting ISnrtley Campbell's greatest tri
umpn, its produced ever liw night last reason
In Xew Yerk.
THE GALLEY SLAYE
will be interpreted by oneef the hen I dramatic
companies that has ever appeared Lancaster,
ineluding MISSUUdSIK UbFOUKI'ST, M'MK
MA.IKKONI. FKANK KVANS, J. J- SULLI
VAN. JUNIUS BRUTUS BOOTH.TIIOS.il.
11UUNS and NELLIE IIAKBOUie. Will posi
tively In: presented with splendid sc-nlc
Views of VENICE. BOME. MAUSEII.LES,
1'AICIS. N'c advance in prices.
35, SO and 75c.
Oiagr.un at Yccker'a Office. elXitd
MACNKT1C TOOTHACHE CUKE.;
Cures almost instantly without injury te
the teet h or gu ms. Fer sale nt
BLACK'S OKUG STORE,
21 West Chestnut Street.
25 tents per bottle. e9-lwd
All kinds or Heuse Painting and Graining
done at the shortest notice and in the best pes-f-ible
style. We have reduced our prices te
$1.75 per day. Shep en West Charlette street.
eetl2 3md ALLEN GUTHRIE & SONS.
Bv virtue of the authority vested in
me bv resolution of Councils February 4. 1874.
I hereby eiler a reward or 9S.0 for the arrest
and conviction of the person or persons who
fired the building at the corner or Plum street
anil Marien alley en the evening of October 111,
1S80. JOHN T. MacUOMGLE,
AMKKTING OF THK STOCKHOLDERS
or the Lancasternnd FrultvUle Turnpike
Kead Company will be held en 3IONDAY,
NOVEMBER l.ISSO, ut the Ofllcc el the Secre
tary, 61 North Onke street, Lancaster. Pa., be
tween the hours ef2and4p. m., ler the elec
tion ofelllccrs for the ensuing year.
lO TO RINGWALT'S FOR.
M0N0NGA11ELA PURE RYE.
ALeOAKIIAIK PURE RYE WHISKY. 95 per
cent. Alcohol, and the invigoratingTenic Hair
Liquid, and the
Best Sugars, Coffees, Teas, &c,
All at Ne. 205 WEST KING STREET.
SASHES FOR PARADES, TRIMMINGS FOR
SASHES, SADDLE CLOTHS, SHOUL
DER STRAPS, BELTS, 4c.
Neckties, Entirely New Styles.
NEW STYLE COLORS.
UNDERWEAK, GLOVES &c, &c.
E. J. ERISMAN'S,
SC NORTH JCEEN STKEET.
In large or small amounts. 925 or 999,060
Writr. w.T. SOCLE A- CO Commission Mer
chants, 150 La Salle street, Chicago, IU.. for clr
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