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LAKCASTEEiDAILY LNTELLIGENCEKISATUEDAY OCTOBER 16, 1880
OUR KEGCLAK CORRESPONDENCE
The Democratic jubilee at May town this
evening will be participated in by Captain
BertSladc's (helmet) cenTpany "A" of
the Hancock and English battalion, who,
te the number of fifty or mere, will leave
here at about six o'clock. Besides the
marching club there will be ether Colum
bia Democrats who will go te view the
precession and listen te the speaking.
J. J. Given, esn.. who represents Balti
mere county in the 3Iaryland state Senate,
is visiting in Columbia, the guest efW.
B. Given, esq.
An interesting session of the teachers
institute was held this morning in the
high school room of the school building
at Fifth and Locust streets. Mere anon.
Dr. W. S. Leaman, dentist, of Dayton,
Ohie, is visiting his parents in this place.
W. If. Hcrr, a staunch Hancock man,
who for several months past has been
traveling through the Western states and
who has occasionally contributed political
information te the Columbia Herald, is ex
pected home this evening.
"The Christian's duty in relation te the
ballet-box " is the subject te be discoursed
at the Reformed church, Third and Cherry
.streets, te morrow evening by the pastor,
ltcv. C. S. Gerhard.
The Vigilant and Shawnee fire compa
nies leave here for Hagcrstewn, Md., en
next Wednesday morning, Oct. 20. en a
special train at 7 o'clock. The Vigilant
company will be accompanied by the
Meuntvillc band, twenty pieces, and the
Shawnee company will also have music
with them, the IrenviIIc uauu we are in
formed. The Vigilant company and their
friends who may intend te accompany them
are requested te call ea Secretory Geerge
W. Schrecder and secure their tickets.
Miss Frank Kiendcr, who has been the
guest of Miss Mattie Given for the past
week, left here yesterday for her home at
Ilaverstraw, N. Y.
Mr. and Mrs. Jehn Fundi ich returned
yesterday from witnessing the scsqui
ccntcnnial celcbiien of the city of Balti
more. Geerge C. liuhlemau, of Perth Ambey
N. J., is visiting Us home in Columbia.
The Republican helmet company par
ticipated in last evening's parade at
Jehn Killiau died yesterday from injuries
.sustained near the Cerdelia furnace by
being squeezed betw ecu ero cars.
The Republican battalion will this even
ing go by special train te Silver Springs.
The Hancock and English battalion will
parade in town en Tuesday evening next.
Every effort will be made te secure a large
The Pennsylvania railroad company arc
just about finishing their improvements at
the depot. The new steps were put in
There arc a couple of stories en the firing
of a revolver en the night of the Republi
can parade. One story has it that a shot
was lired by a wliile man in the parade
and the ether that a colored looker-en
standing en Second street near the Lutheran
church lired the shot. Beth reports agree
however, that the shot was lived in the
It is new reported that two companies
of the Democratic battalion of fifty men
each will g e Maytown this evening.
Tllti DEMOCRATIC CAMPAIGN.
Twe Meeting:; :uul a Par.Kle in LniicaMer
If anybody wants te knew what the
Lancaster Democracy arc going te de
about it they may be assured that they
propose te ''fight it out en this line'" un
til November 2.
On Monday evening the local campaign
will be begun in earnest. Te-night the
nomination for the Legislature occurs and
en next Monday evening Hen. Lewis C.
Cassidy, of Philadelphia, will speak in the
On Wednesday evening, unless further
change is announced, the Democratic clubs
of the city will have a parade.
On Friday evening of next week, Hen.
Edgar K. Apgar, of New Yerk, Ezra D.
Parker, of Miillin, and Charles A. Lagen,
of Philadelphia, will speak in the court
Republican Fizzle at ISrickervillc.
Wc made mention en Monday of the fact
that Republican orators were in demand
in Elizabeth township. It had the de
sired effect. A couple of speutcrs
were engaged, and en Wednesday
night a high toned fizzle was held in
Brickcrvillc. Mr. Celin Cameren presided,
Meagre delegations were present from
L'.titzand Ephrata, and the Lititz band
was en hand te drown the "Hurrahs ftr
Hancock " which were continually being
Pay before yesterday Judge Livingston,
Sheriff and Deputy Strinc, Assemblyman
Dcmutli, Deputy Collector Kberman, Dr.
II. F. Ebtrman and cx-Aldcrman Helli tig
er went fishing for bass at Kite's Eddy in
the Susquehanna. They reached the fishing
ground in the evening, but did net get te
work till yesterday morning. During the
day they took 202 line bass, had a pleasant
time and returned te Lancaster last even
ing. Injured by a. Fall.
Jehn Bell, residing en Seuth Duke street,
while drunk last night, fell en the Belgian
block pavement in front of Bair Sr Sheik's
bank, in Centre Square, lie injured him
self se badly that lie had te be taken home
en a settee. It was reported this morning
that he had been struck by Bernard Brecht,
but that was untrue. Brecht was the
first man te run te his assistance after he
fell and he assisted several ethers
ing him home.
The ElDubctlitewn Fair.
The ladies' fair for the benefit of St.
Peters' church, Eli.abcthtewn, which 1ms
been in progress for two weeks past, closes
this evening. It has been well attended
and will net a considerable sum for the
benefit of the church. A number of articles
were chanced off and voted for. Atneug
the latter was a beautiful set of F.ucnce
china ware, which was voted te Mrs.
Henry Schner of this icly. A geld watch
will be voted off this evening.
Thieves About. ;
Last night thieves broke into the cellar
of J. H. Shreincr, en the Petersburg pike,
about three miles fiem town, and stoic a
large quantity of previsions, consisting of
butter, dr cd beef, etc.
The proprietor of the American Hetel Bar,
Teledo, says of Prer. Guilinette's French Kid
ney Pad : ' I would net take $50 if 1 could net
get another, for it cured mc et kidney derange
ment of several years standing."
Dentist spare that teeth.
Touch net the precious pit ;
It served mc icll in youth,
I'll net part with it yet,
Though new it throbs with pain.
It will subside, I'm sure,
With a single application of
Magnetic Toothache Cure.
Fer sale at Black's drug store, 21 Chestnut
Linoleum A G.eat Discovery.
Fer the benefit of these who have net al
ready seen the Linoleum floercloth, we would
say that it is made under a patent process, of
ground cork combined with solidified ei;,
pressed en te canvass by means et powerful
rollers, forming an exceedingly durable sur
face, en which is imprinted handsome patterns
in varied styles. It is suitable ler private dwel
lings, public buildings, stores, etc., and ehl
by all carpel dealers. The only genuine article
has the word " Linoleum" printed en the back
of every square yard. elO-ltd
First-class barbers use the Cuticura Medici
nal Shaving Seap exclusively.
It Is every day becoming mere and mere the
custom te go te Bailey, Banks Kiddie's ter
suitable articles for wedding presents. The
variety Is se great andtne stock se large that
nobody need have any difficulty in cheesing
the riaht thing or in finding it at the right
i price In silverware there Is everything from
single articles tox:aeoraie prescniauen neis.
The stock of jewelry comprises all the new
and lashlablc designs and the Imported porce
lains and fancy goods are the most elegant
that can be made. Twelfth and Chestnut
Any disease et the Uidncye.Bladder, Urinary
Organs, Nervous System, or case et Lame
Back, tliat cannot be cured by Day's Kidney
Tad, cannot be cured by any ether treatment
or remedy in existence, eil-lwd MWtF&v
Catch u Tartar
and when caught scrub well with SOZODONT
Don't spare it. Brush for dear life. If you
destroy it, all the better for you and your
teeth. It will destroy the health or the mouth,
its beauly, and your sweet breath.
The invalid's hope and strength beyond all
ether remedied is Malt Bitters.
POUT IV Al. DUELETIX.
KUM :. SNYDER, of the Ninth ward, wil
be it candidate for the Democratic nomination
te the Legislature from Lancaster City. Sub
feet te Democratic rules. td
Companies A and IS, of Hancock Veterans,
will meet at Central headquarters Saturday
evening, at V. o'clock, fully equipped, te lc-
ec! vc ling from the ladies of tlie Ninth -ward.
Sat ii ii lay evening, October 1. Cee. V. Barten
B. F. Davis. V. II. Beland, .Jehn A. Ceylc.
Tuesday evening, October 10. Speakers. I!.
F. DavK .!. L. Sleinmets, 1. McMiillcn, W. II.
Beland, V.. V. Heusel
Monday evening, October IS. Speaker: lien.
Lewis C. Cassidy, of Philadelphia.
Friday evening, October 22. Speakers: Hen.
E. K. Apgar, Chat. A. Lagen, esq., of Philadel
phia, and ethers.
It is impossible ler a woman alter a I'altlilul
course of treatment with Lydia K. Finkham's
Vegetable Compound te continue te suffer
with a weakness et the uterus. Enclose a
stamp te Mrs. Lydia E. Pinkham, 23$ Western
liven iii. Lvnn, Maes., for pamphlets.
Te regulate the liver, stomach, and bowels,
n.e only "Sellers' Liver Tills." Take no ether.
23 cents a bes. All druggists sell them.
"Te Be, or Net Te lie."
"Te lie, or net te be" that Is the question,
whether te suffer lrem a diseased system and
continuous impurities of our bleed, or te take
Spring Blessem and become a welcome anil
ie-pcetuble member of society. Prices: 50c,
trial bottles V)c Fer sale by II. B. Cochran,
druggNt, 1ST and l.,!i Xertli Queen street. Lan
caster. Pa. 2
Ladles' Wine Speed's Pert.
Pure four years' old will net intoxicate,
lint possessing all the valuable medicinal
properties or the Oporto grape, from which it
made. Used in hospitals nnd by first class
physicians as the best known wine ler medical
purposes. It is a tonic and astringent. It is
net mixed with alcohol or ether liquors, but a
mild, rich and pleasant tenle, improving the
appetite and prometingdlgt'stion ; as a durctie
it acts beneficially en the kidneys and corres
ponding organs; as a suderific, it acts upon
the skin, destroying eruptions and producing
a soft, healthy and blooming complexion.
Therefore, it is extensively and beneficially
iimmI by ladies, and is in general fjinily use as
a sure remedy for dysentery, and for all
nervous, weak and debilitated persons. Sold
by druggists and by A. Spcer, at his own via
yards, New Jersey. Atlrcriisrr.
This wine is endorsed by lis. Alice and
P.ivN, and held by II. E. Slaymaker.
Impi'iu: Bi.oen, General Debility. Scrofula,
Erysipelas, Pimples. Carbuncle, t'nhcaling
Seres, and oilier diseases demanding a treat
ment c.vcnliallyTer.lc, Absubcnt, Alterative,
I'.loed Cleansing, Bleed Makingand Health Re
storing, yield readily te that most perfect and
elegant of medicinal preparations, Dr. Brown
ing's Tonic and Alterative. Price ."0 cents and
$1. Fer sale by the proprietor, W. Champien
Browning, M." D., 1117 Arch xlrccl, Philadel
phia, and all Druggists and Dealers in Medi
Their Bights and Duties by Law.
1 have suffered from a kidney diflleiilty for
the past ten years", accompanied with nervous
snasnis. Physicians gave me but temporary
relief, but alter using three and one-half bot
tles of Warner's Sate Kidney and Liver Cure,
mv nervous spasms vrarccntirrl relieved. My
age is,77 years. 1 recommend this great rem.
cdy te'alfsuffering from nervous troubles.
MBS. MARY UK ESK.
1-Aistun, I'll. 4
" Dr. Lindsey's Bleed Searcher," bypurifj
ing the system, f-ettens the skin and beautifies
When Eve upon the first of men, the apple
pressed with specious cant.
Oh what a thousand pities then, that Adam
was net Adamant,
But though bv his fiilse step, we were deemed,
te life et endless toil,
One certain comfort we can get, te cure Rheu
matics Keleelrie Oil.
Kersalebv H. 15. Cochran, druggist, Xes. 137
nnd i:s North Queen street, Lancaster, Pa. 3
"V.Veini's llrenchial Trccltcs"1 arc used with
advantage te alleviate Coughs, Sere Threat,
Hoarseness and Bronchial Allectiens. Fer
thirty years these Troches have been In use,
with annually increasing favor. They are net
new nnd untried, bnt, having been tested by
wide and constant use for nearly an entire
generation, they have attained well-merited
rank among the fewsiaplereinediesef the age.
"llrmviCs Jirenchiul Trcehes" aet directly
en the organs erthe voice. They have an ex
traordinary effect in all disorders of the Threat
and Larynx, restoring a healthy tone when re
liixcd, either from ceid or ever-exertion of the
voice, and produce a clcarand distinct enunci
ation. Speakers tnd Sinners i'xml the Troches
A Cough, Celd, Catarrh ei Sere Threat re
quires immediate attention, as negiect often
times results in some incurable Lung Disease.
' Hrewn's Jirenchiul Troches" will almost in
variably give relief. Imitations are offered for
sale, many et which are injurious. Tin: genu
ine "JreienV JSreneliial Troches" are sold
only in Imxes. anl.Vlyd&wTu.Th&S
A AV:se Deacon.
' Deacon Wilder, I wantyeu te tell me hew
you kept yourself and family se well the past
season, when all the rest, of us have been sick
se much, and have had the doctor., running te
us se long."
' Bre. Tayler, the answer is very easy. I
used Hep Bitters in time and kept my family
well and saved large doctor bills. Three dol
lars' worth et it kept ns all well and able te
work all tl-.e lime, and I will warrant it has
cost you and most of the neighbors one te two
hundred dollars apiece te keep sick the same
time. I guess you'll take my medicine here
after." See ether column. el.li-2wd&w
Sattlkii. In this city en the leth inst., C.
The relatives nnd friends of the lam lly arc
respectfully invited te attend the luncral from
his late residence. Ne. 110 North Queen street,
en Sin ray afternoon at 2K o'clock. Inter
ment at the Lancaster cemetery. 2td
XE IF A D J'EB TISE3IEXTS.
OAUKR KKAUT LUNCH THIS EVENING
J at the Washington Heuse, .erth Queen
Wackcr's celebrated beer lresh en tap.
UAPT. J. A. SCHUU
"VJ-OTICK -TO BUYKBS.
- OUR NEW
REAL ESTATE CATALOGUE
Fer OCTOBER, is new ready for
Examine it before buying a home.
BERR & STAUlrFEK,
el(:-3tdS,T&WR 3 North Duke Street.
SILK VELVETS. SILK
In Black and Celers. We are offering splendid value in these goods. Cleth Suitings in all the New Shades,
an immense stock, all new. Ladies' and Children's Hosiery in fine assortment.
LADIES! AND CHILDREN'S underwear,
Elegant Assortment, in all sizes. Infant's
elegant assortment in all the latest styles.
GrIVLEE, BO WEES & HTJKST,
25 East King Street, Lancaster, Pa.
ATOUNG MAN OF GOOD ABILITIES
wishes te study under some Reed lawyer.
Address M. S. MOORE,
ltd Scheck's Mills. Lancaster county, Fa.
"1i:ANl SAUfc.lt KUAVT LUVH
(Saturday) evening at Michael Snyder's
aaloen. en Maner street. Lunch every Satur
day night. It
G BOUND HOG AND 8AUEK KUAVT
Lunch this evening at the Maner Hetel,
West Kin:; street. Milwaukee Beer en tap.
It WM. KLHM, Prep.
DAUEE KRAUT LUNC Id THIS SATURDAY
O evening at Henry Nclmer's Saleen corner
Orange and Waterssrects. Best of beer en tap
ltd HENRY NElMER.
All diseases of horses and cattle promptly
attended te. Ollice at CLINK'S BILLIARD
HALL, Nes. 57 and 59 North Queen street.
Alse Clitic's Heet" Ointment inr sale. ltd
Hen. Lewis C. Cassidy,
Will speak m the Court Heuse in this City
MONDAY EVENING, OCT. 18.
Democratic City Campaign Committee.
public salk of valuable real
estate. en Wednesday, October
20th, 1SS0, will be sold at public sale at the pub
lic house of A. I). Gyger, known as the Green
Tree hotel, en the Lancaster nnd Beaver Val
ley turnpike, near the terminus et said read,
the lollewing valuable farm te wit :
A tract eflnnd situate In Providence town tewn
shsp, Lancaster county. Pa., about xt miles
from Green Tree Hetel, and 2 miles lrem New
Providence, en the read leading from Green
Tree Hetel te Buck and Sevr Providence,
known as the Winters Farm, containing 102
ACRES and 40 PERCHES of geed land in a
high state of cultivation, en which are erected
a two-story STONE DWELLING HOUSE,
with a one-story Back Building attached,
a large Frame Bank Barn, Wagen
Shed, Cern Cribs, Tobacco Heuse, Heg
Pen and ether necessary outbuildings.
Twe wells of geed water, with pumps therein,
one-convenient te the house and the ether con
venient te the barn. There are also several
never-failing springs en Hie place. The fields
arc conveniently laid out. and under geed
fences, most of which have been made during
the last three years. A stream of water runs
through the farm, te which the cattle in n
number or fields have access. The land has
been limed during the last lew years and also
well-maurred, u large amount of manure
having been brought from Lancaster
and put en the farm. About ten
acres of this land has just been
thoroughly ditched and drained, which will
make excellent meadows. The farm is located
in a geed neighborhood, convenient te
churches, schools, mlllsnud stores, and is only
threc-fourthsef a mile from the Lancaster ami
Quarryvillc Railroad. A thriving orchard of
voting fruit, trees is en the farm. About 20
ACRES of this furm is well set with chestnut
and ether timber. The farm has been greatly
improved throughout during the last three
years, and a portion of the land is well adapted
te the cultivation of tobacco, and lias grown
us line crops or tobacceas any raised in l'revi-
dencc township during the last lew years.
The above property adjoins lands of Jehn
Gcrltart, Edwin Asten, Albert Smith of Jehn
Persons wishing te view the property cande
se by calling en Frederick Bewers, residing
thereon, or en the undersigned, residing at
Lancaster, in person or by letter.
Sale te commence all o'clock P. M. en said
day, when conditions of sale will be made
known en day et sale by
S. iikss v sex, AllCtV
Perfection iu the quality of Dia
monds cannot be attained except
by these who have had a lone ex
perience in selecting and dealing in
the finest stones.
This oxperience Bailey, Banks &
Biddle have had for nearly half a
The Diamonds selected for the
present season's business have been
chosen with great care and are un
questionably the whitest and the
most brilliant te be had.
They range in size from the small
est te the largest, affording every
purchaser an opportunity of being
suited both as te size and as te price.
The prices will be found lower
than thes9 of any ether Diamond
BAILEY, BASKS & BULB,
IEWELERS, SILVERSMITHS, IMPORTERS,
12T1I AND CHESTNUT STS.,
Fer geed, clean Family and all ether kind
of COAL go te
RUSSEL. & SHTJLMYER'S.
Quality anil Weight guaranteed. Orders re
OFFICE: 22 East King Street. YARD:
G18 North Prince Street.
ALL SHADES IN PLAIN AND BROCADE.
Saxony Weel Shirts, Hand-Knit, with high
We invite examination.
if Fall Cloaks and Dress (feeds !
WATT, SHAND & COMPANY
have received a large Invoice of CLOAKS AND
irgc Invoice or CLOAKS AND
New Fall Shades in all Weel Cashmeres, Morale Cleths, Shooda Cleths and Flannel Suit
ings. Just opened an Elegant Line of French and English Plaids and Novelties for combi
nation suits. Special Value in
Black Cashmeres, Black and Colored Silks, Black and Colored
Velvets, Trimming Silks, Brocaded Silks and Velvets.
niack and Colored Satins In Great Variety, at the
NEW YORK STORE.
THE LARGEST AND FINEST STOCK OF
BUGGIES, CARRIAGES, &C,
In the city, is te lie seen at the Works et
NORBEOK & MILEY,
PRACTICAL CARRIAGE BUILDERS,
COR. DUKE AND VINE STS., LANCASTER, PA.
49-COX & CO.'S
The Stock includes all the
LATEST STYLES SPRINGS,
uch as the Brewster, Whitney, Salidec Triple, Empire JCress Spring, Dexter Queen, Duplex
ml Elliptic, and they will also make te order any style a purchaser may desire. Kepairing
fall kinds promptly attended te. All work guaranteed for one year.
" OUR WORK SUSTAINS OUR WORD."
SACKll KKAUT LCNCI1 THIS EVENING
at the Fulton Opera Heuse Saleen.
SPECIAL ORDERS FOR
IJeceive most careful attention.
DESIGNS AND ESTIMATES SUBMITTED
B. F. BOWMAN,
106 EAST KING STREET,
New Styles of CARPETS.
New Styles of WALL PAPER.
New Styles of DECORATIONS.
New Styles of OIL CLOTHS,
New Styles of WINDOW SHADES.
New Styles of QUEENSWARE.
New Styles of DECORATED WARE.
New Styles of FINE LAMPS.
New Styles of GLASSWARE.
New Styles of CORNICES.
New Styles of CURTAIN POLES.
An Elegant Stock in all Department.
J. B. MARTIN 4 CO,
Cemer West King and Prince Streets,
r AS FITTING AND PLUMBING.
JOHN P. SOHAUM,
Ne. 27 SOUTH QUEEN STREET,
PLUMBER, GAS AND STEAM FITTER.
A Large Assortment el
Constantly en hand. jyiO-CmdeawS
Skirts and Shawls,
neck and leu
sleeves, Dress Buttens, an
DOLMANS at prices that m
DOLMANS at prices that must commend at
SAUKIt KKAUT LUNCH. SAUK1C KKAUT
Lunch thli (SATURDAY) evening, OCT.
10. 18S0. at the Gelden Herse Hetel. Ne. 144 East
King street. Dcrgncr t Engle's ISrewingCe.'s
Lager en tap. A generous public is respect
fully invited. t'B. WOEHIILK.
T LANCASTER M.IN.NEIt-
Thc members of the Lancaster
Mamnercher are requested te meet, at their
hall en Sunday afternoon, at !. o'clock, for
the purpose of attending the inneral el our
late charter member Charles Sattlcr.
J5y order et the President.
1 td CII A S. PETE itS, Sec'y.
The members of Mctamera Tribe Ne. 2,
I. O K. JL, arc requested te meet at their Wig
wam, Fulton Opera Heuse, en Sunday after
noon, tit y o'clock sharp.fer the purpose et at
tending Hie ltincr.il of our late brother,
Charles Sattlcr.Tlic members of E-sha-ke-ncc,
Kcd Jacket Can-as sa-Ie-go Tribes and St.
Tammany Degree Council nrc respectfully in
vited te attend.
By order et Sachem.
Attest L J. M. KuarPF, C. el It.
PUBLIC SALK OF CANADA MORSES.
On MONDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1880. will be
sold at public sale at J. 1), Denlingcr's Merri
mac Heuse, 115 North Prince street, Lancaster
city. Pa., the following Live Stock : IB head of
HEAVY DBAVT and DRIVING HORSES,
from 4 teCyeais old. Must all be as repre
senale by tnc undersigned or no sale.
A credit of sixty days will bu given.
Sale te commence nt 1 o'clock p. in., en said
day, when attendance wiU be given by
S. Hess & Sex, Auct. ectl.i&lrt
On MONDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1S80, 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, Cupboards,
Refrigerator, one Splendid Geng, Tin, Glass
and Qnccnsware, Knives and Ferks. Bettlctl
Catsup, and many articles net named.
Sale te commence nt 0 o'clock a. m.
11. SilFltERT. Anct. eU-"l(IR
PUBLIC SALE OF A VALUABLE SUB
URBAN PROPERTY. On TUESDAY',
NOVEMBER 9, at the Cooper Heuse, will be
sold the Beautiful Suburban Property of the
undersigned, containing 5J4 ACRES, situated
en the Columbia pike, one-quarter of a mile
west of Lancaster, Pa., bordering en and near
te the country places respectively of Dr. J. W.
Nevin. of the Messrs. linger, et Nath. Ell
maker, esq., and contiguous te Wheatland,
homcef t he late cx-Prcsidcnt James Buchanan.
Possessing the ndvantage 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, and
surrounded by lawns laid out in paths and
carriage reads; communicating with the city by
means et the pike and gas-lit pavements and
the live minutes walk te City Passenger Rail
way; with its frontage of ST'J feet en aline of
front with city properties nearby; this prop
erty while offering tne double advantages of
country and city surroundings, atlerds a
lovely heflic with a growing value'.
The place contains above '."Ot ornament ill and
fruit trees. Of the latter there are varieties et
apples, peaches, pears, plums, cherries, &c, in
fruit-bearing state, and se likewise nrc the
ditlcrcnt 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
floors, plastered wall and ceilings, well light
ed and thoroughly ventilated, is a double two
storied Heuse with well llnislicd uttic rooms.
Its living rooms and bed chambers newly
painted and papered, open out en beautiful
verandahs and piazzas with appliances for
conservatories. The principal hall is entered
from a portico that is approached from the
front through nn avenue of tall evergreen
trees. Among the modern improvements Is
a bath room supplied with rain wnter caught
from reef in a boiler iron tank of Best's manu
facture, newly constructed ; also a large size
Reynolds' improved tnrnacc that heats entire
building. Of its outbuildings there is a newly
built tobacco shed, a shed for wagons, Ac.
Stablimjroem forScews, 2horsesandfer pigs,
nnd a roomy carriage house. Immediately in
the rear of residence is a two-storied brick
slate covered building, adapted ter summer
kitchen, and having upper room for 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 for doing se
will treely be granted.
Sale te commence promptly at" o'clock p.
m. en said day, when terms nnd conditions
will be made known by
J. II. P.. WAGNER,
IIeskt SitCBEitr, Auct. ltd
ITrAMTED. EVERYBODY TO ADVE1C
YT tlse, free of charge, in the Iirraxiara
CKt, who wants something te de.
WANTK1J-A MIDDLE AOED MAN
wants a situation at Coepcrlng.in a store,
warehouse, or anything at which he can make
himself useful. Apply at
ltd 54 East Vine street.
WANTED A COMPETENT YOUNG GIRL
te de general housework. Apply at
once te F. WEBER,
Hd tan East King street.
SATURDAY EVENING, OCT. 18, 1880.
BY WIRE Al CM
BOTH SIDES OF THE BRINE.
A BOARDER'S STRANGE FREAK.
STORMS IN THE NORTHWEST.
BERNHARDT BOUND FOR AMERICA.
A LITTLE OF EVERYTHING.
A HOT TEMPERED BOARDKR.
He Sheets the Hall Bey Who Brings flint a
Albany, K Y., Oct. 16. A ball boy at
tbe American betel, named Burt, was sbet
tins morning and is net expected te live.
He says be was sbet by ene Jebn Lyens, of
New Yerk, wbe complained of tbe break
fast tbe boy brought te bis room. Mrs.
Lyens says the boy was handling a pistol
belonging te her husband and shot himself.
Lyens ran away and the police arc looking
Murder of an Austrian Dragoman.
Constantinople, Oct.16. An Austrian
dragoman has been assassinated at Prcsi
end, Albania. Baren Celicc, the Austrian
ambassador hcrr,has consequently declared
that be will bold the Perte responsible for
the safety of the Austrian ceusulatth.it
Dulcigne's Approaching surrender.
Cettixje, Oct. 10. The commanders
of the international squadron have been
requested te delegate an officer en behalf
of each power te be present at the surren
der of Dttlcigne.
Accident at tne New Public Uuildings In
Philadelphia, Oct. 15. About eleven
o'clock this morning a heavy wire cable
used in heisting stone te the upper stories
of the new city hall, Bread and Market
streets, and attached te the steam wind
lass stranded, and the heavy lead of
marble fell te the ground. The
engineer, Geerge Lcc, was iu the
car en the elevated rails at the time, and
he was se badly injured that he will die.
One le was cut off and the ether was se
riously lacerated. The accident caused
great excitement and large crowds gathcr
cred about the structure.
ISank Rebber Captured.
New Yerk, Oct. 10. Geerge Linn was
brought before Justice Patterson te-day
by Detective Pinker ten, charged with al
leged complicity in a bank burglary at
Middlctewn, Conn, lie was removed te
await a requisition from the governor of
the state, having refused te return. He
manifested the greatest reluctance te going
te Connecticut, and struggled desperately
te get away from the detective en the
Huyes In Asteria.
San Fkancisce, Oct. 15. A dispatch
from Asteria says the Hayes party left
Ealama en the steamer Wide West early
this morning and reached Asteria in the
foicueon. Several hundred people greeted
Mr. Hayes en his arrival, and the party
were driven te Uie Occident hotel. An
address of welcome was made and was fel
lowed by speeches from the visiting party.
In the evening they were entertained at a
The Famous French Actrees Sails for the
Havre, Oct. 1C Mile. Bernhardt and
her company sailed for New Yerk from this
pert this morning. Mile. Bernhardt, her
son, a lady companion, three attendants,
Mr. Henry .Tarrctt, M. Angele and Mile.
Marie Colembicr sailed by the Ameriquc.
The steamship Wielan which left almost
simultaneously brings the company. Mile.
Jeanne Bernhardt is te sail en Saturday
The Northwest Mwcpt by a Hurricane.
Chicago, Oct. 10. A wind storm ap
preaching a hurricane is prevailing all
ever the Northwest. This morning the
telegraph company report their wires
down in every direction. Telegraphic com
munication with the Pacific coast has
been interrupted for nearly a week.
St. Leuis, Oct. 1G. Seventeen elders ar
rived here yesterday from Utah aud left
for Tennessee, Georgia, Alabama, Missis
sippi, North Carolina aud Virginia, whither
they go te make converts te the Mortneu
faith and secure Mermen emigrants te
Washington, D. C, Oct. 10. Fer- the
Middle states, threatening weather and
rain, southeast te southwest winds, fall
ing barometer and rising temperature, fol
lowed by lower temperature and winds
shifting te westerly by Sunday morning.
Hartferd, Oct. 1C Gen. Grant and
party arrived here te-day. Among the
many distinguished gentlemen who par
ticipated in his reception was ex-Governer
Jewell, whom Grant removed from his
cabinet witfceut preiTcring any explana
tion. The city is gay with decoration.
.Monks Expelled from France.
Paris, Oct. 1G. Four Italian monk s of
an establishment iu the Rue Meuccaux
have been ordered te quit France in 24
hours. The Carmelites were expelled to
day from their establishment at Agin. The
police were obliged te force the doers.
Discovery of a Cave.
Galveston, Texas Oct. 16 A 23-inch
strata cave has been discovered en the line
of the Texas Pacific railroad, west of Pale
Pinte, In the canon of San Antonie.
Dever, N. J., Visited by Flames.
Dever, N. J., Oct. 1C. A conflagration
has occurred in the business portion of
Dever, by which nearly a block of stores
and dwellings were consumed. The less
is ever 8e0,0U0. I
ew Xerfc Market.
Nxw Yemc. Oct. 15. FleurState and West
era less active and price without decided
change ;Snpcrflnc, at SST5SI 15; extra de 4 33
64 5u: choice, de. ft 0)64 73: tanevde
SOgGOO: round hoop Ohie aasoefSSS
de & lOSt, 00 ; snperflne western t 738 I 15 :
common te jroed extra de M 2584 00 ; chelee
de Jj? C50 50 ; choice white wheat de H 65
$4 S3 ; Southern steady and unchanged : com
lii-61 W85ar geed tocnelce
Wheat heavy and prices jiie lewer: Ne.
i White, Oct. $l lej.aSi i7:?e. 2Keu Vje
1 l118;deDec.niSKsn? OT''
Cern fairly active ; Mixtxi western snot.
55ii53?ic:: de future, 55?i&fic
OaU scarcely se Arm ; State 40Q45c ; West-
FaiLAswraiA. October . 1C Fleur market
"; superfine 3 0033 30; extra SJ 73
4 IS ; Ohie and Indiana family 5 50S6 25;
P.en,.n 2.!mr i S : St. Loefa tamUy
at JSOprfG ,3; Minnesota family $i 2386 08;
StrHfgbt $tfgc 40 ; patent and high grades fC 90
Rye flour firmer at $3 se.,
Wheat quieter and lewer; Ne. 2 Western
Red nt 1 16,'S ; Pa. Red at f 1 lCfi 1 17 ; Amber
$1 ltg'l 17.
corn steady ; steamer, nonehcre ; yellow 5SK
QM ; mixed M'QSSc.
Oats steady; Ne. 1, White 42c; Ne. 2 de 400
49c:; Ne. 3 le .TaJic ; Ne. 2, Mixed S838Jic.
Bye firm at 95c.
Previsions in Arm jobbing trade; qui
perk $10 SO; beef hums $1( e0$l7 0U; In
dian mess bee I at $18 SO : smoked bams lla
12a; pickled hams SK39e ; bacon smoked
shoulders Ctagcc ; salt de 5Kc.
Lard market lirm ; cily'jcettle at94e:
Ioe-ji! butcners'SJc; prime steam J9 00.
Butter sluggish, weak; Creamery extra 30c:
de geed te choice 2729c: Bradford
county and New Yerk extra. 23823c; Western
reserve extra 2eg22e ; de geed te choice 10fl20c :
Rolls quiet: Western Reserve extra 21623a :
l'enn'u Kxtm 20ft22c.
Eggs linn; Pcnn'a Extra 22c; Western
Cheese dull, but steady; New Yerk full
cream 13.ji:c ; Western lull cream 130
13!ic:de fair te geed 12gl2Kc; de half skims
Petroleum quiet ; rcflncd Ilc.
Whisky uctive at $1 12.
Seeds Geed te prime clever dull at $7 00
7. .0; Timethy jobbing at $I732S'i: Flaxseed
wanted. IS5 bid.
New Yerk Stocks.
Stocks Irregularjbut lirm.
A. M. A. St. P. M. P. M.
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St. Leuis, I. M.S. i:.. Siii
Ontario and Western. 22Ji
C. C. I. C. It. R 1'j
New Jersey Centra!.. 7."r?
Del. & Hudsen Canal. 83!i
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Central Trans. Ce.
XE W AD VERTISEMEXTS.
. Ail old established business stand anil
dwelling known as Mrs. Jehn P. Wolf's
Grocery Mund. nt. 701 North Queen street.
Kent reasonable. PosMt'salen iinmediatalT. Ap
ply te JOHN P. WOLF,
el-2td R 214 North Mulberry Street.
A POSITIVE CURE F0K EPIZOO
TIC AND DISTEMPER
PREPARED and sold by
CHAS. A. LOCHER,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGIST,
NO. HAST KIM1 STKKKT. eltMfd
The Democratic voters et this city arc re
quested te a-wemble at their u-u:il voting
places at primary elections en
SATURDAY EVJ3H.W, lci. 1, 1880,
FROM 0 TO 8 O'CLOL'K.iiiiiltnvntcferniu:
nominee for A-.cmbly lrem said District.
The withdrawal of thenamcef Mr. WM.Mc
COMSEY leaves the only name te be voted
upon, as reported te this committee, that of
ELLM G. SNYDER.
In the Eighth ward the election will be held
at the saloon of Henry Reher, en Strawberry
street, between .1 ami 8 p. in
The Judges of the elections will meet at
the Central Headquarters nt ! p. in. te tabu
late the vote and declare the nominee.
W. V. IIEXSEL,
Chairman Campaign Committee.
J se. K. Metzgsr, Sect.
MIS VELLAXEO US.
All kinds onions Pnintingnnd draining
done at thn shortest notice and in the best pos
sible style. Wi have ri'dnccd our prices te
$i.7. per nay. biiopeu wrsc unurioiie street.
iUTHRIE & SONS.
3)JUU J!" virtue or the authority vested in
nic by resolution of Councils February i, 1874,
I hereby ener a reward of $.";0 for the arrest
and conviction of the pen-en or persons who
tired the building nt the corner of Plum xtreet
anit Marlen alley en the evening of October 10,
18S0. JOHN T. MacGONIULE,
PROPOSALS WILL IIEKECEIVEDUPTO
OCTOBER 18, at 8 p. m., ler the following
Ceal, for ue at Station Heuse. City Treasurer's
and Mayer's Offices ; 15 tens of Hard Egg Ceal,
15 tens of Seft Egg Ceal, and 8 tens of .Medium
Nut Ceal. Proposals te be directed ''City
Property Committee.'' Mayer's Office.
OEOROE W. ZECHEK.
el5-2td Chairman Committee.
-lO TO RINGWALT'S Full
M0N0NGAHELA PURE RYE.
Alse OAKDALE PURE RYE WHISKY, 03 per
cent. Alcohol, and the Invigorating Tonic I lair
Liquid, and the
Best Sugars, Coffees, Teas, &c,
AH at Ne. 2U3 WEST KING STJSEET.
LE! ALE! ALKt
LAWRENCE KNAPP'S CELEBRATED AND
WELL KNOWN DRAUGHT ALE.
Is new ready for consumers, wholesale and
Hotels, Rx3Tacraxt3 asd Piuvate Families
can be supplied with this wuoicseinc - anu
nourishing butferagc. All orders will receive
punctual attention nnd deliverances made at
aliert notice. Call or address
Ne. 13 East King Street,
cct!4-lmd - Lauester, Pa,
Emoeuc Cere ai