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LAKCASTEB DAILY INTELLIGENCER. WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 20, 1880
COUttT Or QUARTER 4ES3ION8.
October Atjearaa Term.
Tuesday JfUrnoen. Cem'th vs. Bryson
Painter and Jehn Drachbar, assault and
battery. Ernest Hemic! Is the name of
the prosecutor ; he is a baker and resides
en Middle street, this city. The evidence
of the commonwealth showed that upon
the 8th of June last the defendants came
into Henriei' s yard; they began taking
bread from bis wagon, and Henriei order
ed them te go out, but they refused ; he
then struck one of them with a broom.
After again ordering them te go he started
for an alderman's office; the two then as
saulted him, beating him with stones and
kicking him se badly that he was nnder
medical care for fourteen days.
The defense was that Henriei first started
the fight by hitting Painter with a broom
stick. Soen after that Painter knocked
him down, but no stones were thrown.
This was the last case ready for trial to
day, and court adjourned until 9 a. m. in
Counsel for Isaac 31ishler, coroner, pre
sence", te me court ler continuation, tne
inquisition held ou the body of Dauicl K.
Themas R. Hirst waa appointed a super
visor of Sadsbury township, in place of
Lewis Briuten. who resigned.
Wednesday Morning. The jury in the
case of the cem'tU vs. Bryson Painter and
Jehn Drachbar rendered a veidict of net
guilty, but defendant te pay costs.
Cem'lh vs. Jehn B. Erb, constable of
Pequea township, forcible entry. A case
could net be made out by the common
wealth, and under the construction of
the com t the jury rendered a verdict of
Cem'tli vs. William Madlcn, Jacob S.
Spanglcr and M. Dawsen Spanglcr, violat
ing' fcepulcluc. The prosecutor in the
case was Dr. Diller Luther, of Reading.
The defendants Iivo near Ephrata. Near
that village is a piivatc burying ground,
in which wcre buiied the remains of the
Weaver, Martin and Miller families. In
this cemetery is a vault and in it are the
remains of Cenrad Weaver, the great
grandfather of the prosecutor, he having
died in 1810.
Dr. Luther testified that from informa
tion received he visited the vault at Ephra
ta ; from its appearance he thought it had
been tampered with, the sod having been
removed. The witness described the
3Ii-s. Amanda Gechley testified that she
faw the defendants at the tomb in July
1879 ; the Spauglcrs were in the vault
wuen witness get mere, tne young man
Dawsen had a skull which the said they
would .take home ; they asked witness Jbr
a candle te go down into the vault, it was
given them hut as it was seen extinguished
hhe gave them a lamp.
Jacob Zerfas testified he aw the defen
dants at tlie vault in 187J). He saw them
working with a shot el opening it. They
were net repairing the tomb but trying te
get into it. Witness also saw the defen-
t aiding in Sterling, Kansas. Mrs. Rath
von bad been in ill health for a few weeks
past, but recent letters received led her
Lancaster friends te believe that she was
in a fair way te recover, and the unexpect
ed announcement of her death has caused
mourning among a large circle of friends.
Her body will be brought te Lancaster
for interment, the funeral te take place
from the residence of her mother, Mrs. L.
C. Perter, North Shippen street, en Fri
day afternoon at 4 o'clock.
HIS BRIDE'S MAUSOLEUM.
The Memerial Church Erected by Penney!.
ranla'a Iren King.
Ameit FinUMea- a Costly Mansion for Mer
Heme, but en bar Death Leveling it te
the Ground The Consecration
Lebanon Dispatch te New Yerk San.
A new church edifice, the princely gift
of a Pennsylvania iron king, was conse
crated in this quiet back country borough
te-day. There is quite a romantic chapter
of love and sorrow connected with it. The
new edifice cost a very large sum of
money, and it is generally known that
every dollar was paid by Mr. Rebert Cele,
man, one of the leading members of the
"house of Cornwall," founded upon three
mountains of iron ere here in Lebanon
county, about 140 miles west of New
Yerk. The church is in the borough
proper. Cornwall, a few miles distant, is
the home of the Celemaus, the richest
iron family in the state. Monday, being J
tne lestival of at. .Luke, was chosen for
the consecration of the magnificent edifice
and it was dedicated with all the rites and
ceremonies of the Episcopal church.
Several years age Mr. Rebert Celeman
met a young lady pf very prepossessing ap
pearance in a tour he made of New Eng
land. She was the daughter of a respect
able family of Connecticut in moderate cir
cumstances. A mutual attachment fol
lowed, and net long afterward the couple
were married. A short time after the
marriage the young bride was suddenly
taken ill, and a trip ou the continent was
arranged by.her husband. It was thought
that tha climate of the south of Frauce,
Italy, or Spain would be best for her. All
that love and boundless wealth could give
was furnished with a most liberal hand.
The husband was compelled te re
main at home by business engagements.
It was confidently believed that the
bride would seen be restored te geed
health, and very seen after her departure
the husband set about preparing a sur
prise te her. He supposed that she would
be abroad about a year, and he determined
te erect oue of the most costly lesidenccs
she had ever seen and have it all finished
and furnished in time for her arrival home.
She was te knew nothing about it until
the carriage should drive her te the deer
WE CALL SPECIAL ATTENTION OUR E OF
Ladies' and Children's Merine Underwear,
all Sizes and Qualities, in Scarlet and White. Infants' Saxony Weel Shirts, Hand Knit, with High Necks and Leng Sleeves.
New Lines of LADIES' and CHILDREN'S HOSIERY. New Lines of LADIES' and MISSES' FELT SKIRTS.
Lines of LADIES' and MISSES SHAWLS. New Lines of
LADIES COATS AND DOLMANS.
WEDNESDAY EVKN'G, OCT. 90,1860
HORRIBLE HOLOCAUST IN CINCINNATI.
ANOTHER RAILROAD ACCIDENT.
ANARCHY IN TURKEY.
New Liues of BLACK THIBET and WOOL SHAWLS.
Us LOWEST PRICES.
Nnw Lines of BEST QUALITY BLACK CREPE VEILS. All
GrIVLEE, BCWEE8 & HUEST,
28 East King Street, Lancaster, Pa.
pickled bam 8XG9e; baron smoked
a HtJwxe ; sanae ssjc.- '-
Lara steady; city kettle t sc : loose batch
era 8Jc; prime steam S3 873$.
Ratter arm. Inquiry for choice; Creamery
extra setJSlc : geed te choice 279290 ; Bradford
county anil New Yerk extra. S839c; Western
reserve extra 20022a ; de geed te choice l69Bc :
Rolls Arm : Western Reserve extra 2124c ;
Penn'a Extra 20623c. m '
Kggs scarce and Orm; Penn'a Extra 23c;
Western Extra 22c.
Cheese inactive, but steady: New Yerk fall
cream lSKGUXc; Western full cream 139
MJic : de fair te geed isai2c ; de half skims
rciniwaui uiui ; rciiacti IX.
Whisky active at SI 12.
Seeds Geed te prime -clever dell ntS73
7 SO; Timethy nominal at S3 7022 80: Flaxseed
wanted, $135 bid.
Steek Market. ,
A DENIAL FROM GARFIELD.
News by Wire and Cable.
OLU REGULAR CORUESFONDRKCE
irem tne railway station, Mr. i'ewcu. a
Philadelphia architect, was instructed te
prepare the plans. The structure was te
be in the Scottish hareuial style, and Mr.
Celeman cared very little about the cost.
A fine site was chosen,bread and level and
elevated, with a commanding view of a
long stretch of the beautiful Lebanon val-
dants en Easter Monday, in 1880, they ,
then had iust came out of the vault. Daw-
seu Sn:iniler and Albeit Lurin? were then ' ley.
together. ! The Celeman estate comprises about flve
Themas Jenes testified that in a eenver- '. thousand acres. In one part of it is a
sat ion with Jacob S. Spanglcr, the latter i brown stable, containing some thirty thor ther thor
teld him that Dawsen had taken the ' eughbrcd horses. The most valuable ani
MjuH out of the vault hut he would sec n'8 re quartered in rooms having mir
that it was put back ; he said they had ' rs en the walls and Brussels carpet en
taken it out but Dawsen had taken it portions of the fleer. Five monstrous fur-
home. " i naccs are smelting ere night aud day en
Mrs. Amanda Binkley testified that she
saw Dawsen Spanglcr ceme out of the
vault en Easter Monday. Several ether
witnesses testified that they saw a skull at
Jacob Spanglcr's house in November,
The defense was that Jacob S. Spanglcr,
the estate.JThree hills contain an inexhau 5
tible supply of ere. These furnaces hav.u
made millionaires of a dozen families or
mere. Rebert Celeman is the youngest
of the iron kings of the present line of
owners. Interested parties and heirs are
scattered in many climes, but Mr. Cele-
ln o'eitenco te a premise made te his ' man remains in complete cnarge ei tne vase
gi andmother.whe has relations in the tern) J ' estate. Everything is conducted in princc'y
witu the etiicr deteudants went te the , ' Every employee lives en the place,
vault, and when seen there they were en-1 rent fres. The cottages arc models of neat
jraired at cle.uiimr un the nlace. It was B'ss, cleanliness, and convenience. A
admitted that Dawsen Seamrlcr took the i church, store, Sunday school and ether
... . . ... . . . . . i i.
skull te his lather's ( Jacob Snannler's )
house, but only for the purpose of making
a phrenolegical examination ; it was re
placed long before any prosecution was
A Hustler at aeffsville Falls Down Stairs.
About ene o'clock this morning Julius
Eurbiciter, a Geimau aged 68 years,
who was employed as hostler at the hotel
of Samuel Urubakcriu Nefisville, fell down
staiis and was fatally injured. Last even
ing the man had been drinking with a
friend and about 12 o'clock he started te
bed. About one hour after that several of
the beaidcrs heard a noise but did net
knew what it was. This morning at C
o'clock Themas Law, a boarder at the
hotel, arose aud went down stairs.
Upen arriving at the bottom
of the stairs he found semethin
lying against tne deer, lie procured a
light and upon making au examination
leund that the object at the bottom of the
stairs was the dead body of Ehrbreiter. He
was lying with his head near te the deer,
and had a terriblecut upon the back of his
head. It is supposed the man had gene te
bed aud arose for seme purpose during the
night. In going down stairs he likely fell
and his head striking the edge of the deer
at the bottom, he was fatally injured.
When found he had nothing en but his.
Corener Mishlcr was sent for and he
immediately empaneled a jury consisting
of Jehn A. Schuh, J. B. Amwake, jr.,
Henry Brunucr, Harry H. Hcnsel, Jacob
Frankfeid aud W. H. Pennock. They
viewed the remains which were examined
by Drs. Bewman, Witmcr and Dillman.
After hearing the evidence of the physi
cians au J witnesses the jury rendered a
verdict of "death from congestion of the
brain, caused by an accidental fall."
The body of the man was brought te
this city and interred in the almshouse
burying ground. The deceased had been
living with Mr. Biubakcr since June. He
has no v:ifc, but has one son in Washing
ton, D. C, and another in Sunbury, this
state. Has was a soldier during the war
and was seen te have received back pen
sion amounting te $1,500.
The Rspub'Icsn Convention.
Te-morrow the Republicans will have a
great political gathering in this city, and
it is expected that thousands of strangers
will be present, net only from this county
but from adjoining counties, from Phila
delphia and ether distant points. One of
the features of the day will be a grand
street parade. There will of course be
much excitement and exultation and hur
rahing, aud perhaps some taunting and
, insulting expressions made by some of the
men in line. If such should be the case,
we urge all geed Democrats te pass it by
unnoticed, and give the Republicans no
possible cause of complaint. Treat the
visitors with the utmost courtesy
and respect, and de net answer
cheer with cheer or . gibe with gibe.
Let them give full beut te their enthusiasm.
There will he time enough for Democratic
rejoicing after our Republican friends shall
have exhausted themselves.
All geed citizens of all parties will of
course lend their influence and aid te the
city authorities in promptly checkiug all
attempts at breaches of the peace, should
any be made, no matter by whom.
A geed many Democrats of this city
have signified their intention of going te
Yeik at 10 a. m. te-morrow. They will
assemble te start from the central bead
Death of Mrs. William S. Rathven.
A telegram received by friends in this
city announces the death of Mrs. Lillie
Rathven, wife of Wm. R. Rathven, form
crly of this city, but for a year or two past
necessary wants are fully suppiad. The
great farm supplies employees with wheat,
corn, potatoes and vegetables at far below
market price. Splendid family mansions
occupy prominent places. Tally-he coach
es, drawn by four-in-hands, convey the
members of the Celeman family and their
many visitors te the neighboring
towns and railway stations. Hence
the new mansion that was te be
erected by Mr. Rebert Celeman as a
surprise te his bride, it can readily be im
ngincd; was te be semethiugj exceedingly
grand. The foundations were massive and
built of granite and limestone. The
underground divisions were commodious
and finished in the most modern style. A
hard cement fleer was laid. The frames
of the hay windows for the first fleer
weighed several tens apiece. The super
structure was te have been of marble, iron
and granite. The work was proceeding
splendidly and some fifty men were
steadily employed. Car after car lead of
material was arriving and being put
in place. All efforts were made te
rapidly push en the completion
of the work. Every detail of fur
niture and upholstery had becu decided
upon, lhc gardener had received his
special instructions. In fact, everything
had been fully arranged looking te the
rapid completion of the mansion, when a
telegram same ever the sea that the young
bride was very ill in Paris. Quickly fol
lowed another despatch that she was dead.
Every tool in the new house was dropped.
The young husband, stricken with grief,
was for a time net te be consoled. He
ordered the workmen en the new mansion
te go te the office and draw their pay, and
tuaa rcmeq3 their tools ana ether prop
erty. In a few days orders were given te
tear down what had been put up ; te threw
in the excavations, and plough the place
ever. All that remained of what was te
have been a palace was ordered te be ob
literated. The construction of the beautiful church
dedicated here te-day concludes the story.
The remains of the dead bride were em
balmed and brought back te America, and
were then placed in a vault until the con
struction of the church walls had been suf
ficiently advanced te receive them. The
new edifice is cruciform, US by 75 feet. The
fleer is of Spanish tile from Va
lencia. The woodwork is 'of oiled
oak. A massive tower, twenty-four feet
square rises one hundred feet in
the air. The structure is of gray stone,
even te the window sills. A hydraulic en
gine in the basement supplies the air for
the organ. The style of finish is old Eng
lish, with massive granite columns. The
leading Episcopal clergymen of the east
ern section of the state were present at
the consecration, iucludiugjM. De Wolfe
Howe, bishop of this diocese, who was
consecrator ; the Right Rev. Dr. Elliett,
of Texas ; the Right Rev. Dr. Hare,
bishop of Nebraska, I. T. ; the Rev. Dr.
Oliver, of Nebraska, the Right Rev. B.
Wistar Merris, missionary bishop of Ore
gon, and ether distinguished clergymen
from the Episcopal convention in session
last week in New Yerk The Rev. Chand
ler Hare is the rector of the parish. The
new church has a seating capacity of about
500. It was filled te overflowing te-day by
the leading citizens of this section of the
Democrats Parading In the Rain Firemen
off te Uagcrstewn Notes About Town.
The very inclement weather and the
forty hours devotion" at Hely Trinity
Catholic church together had abadeflect
for the worse in the turnout last even
ing of the Hancock and English battalion
of this place, but notwithstanding all
counteracting influences the precession in
point of numbers and in enthusiasm, as
well as in-strict attention te marching and
preserving geed order, was a decided suc
cess. The Third ward battalion did net
turn up at all, as a large number of its
members arc likewise members of Hely
Trinity church and preferred attending
te their church duties te parading through
town with torches ou their shoulders. The
battalion of the 1st aud 2d wards, however
turned out a large percentage of its num
ber, and despite the falling rain, held te
the ranks and marched the route like vet
erans. The several companies of the bat
talien formed at the points designated at
the appointed time aud followed the route
published in Monday's Intelligencer,
constantly passing before handsomely il
luminated residences aud giving cheer
upon cheer for the well-wishing occupants.
The only visiting delegation was from
Maytown, which accompanied by ' the
Maytown band. The Citizens' band of
this place furnished the music for the Col
umbia battalion. The line was dismissed
after accomplishing the route of proces preces
sion en Third street near the Keystone
Democratic club room.
After last evening's parade Capt. Bert
Slade's helmet company, of the Hancock
aud English battalion was taken te Second
and Locust street, and maneeuvred before
a rapidly collected crowd of persons. Seme
delicate and complex evolutions were exe
cuted in geed time.
Rev. F. W. Staley will this evening give
another of his lectures en " Pilgrim's Pro
gress" in the lecture room of the E. E.
Lutheran church. All arc invited te at
tend. The Rcpublic.ui battalion last evening
decided te go te Lancaster ou Thursday,
the 21st mst.
The Rebin Heed archery club met last
evening at the residence of Mr. Jehn Fen
drich, corner of Third and Chestnut streets.
Anether meeting or two and this sport
will be ever for the season.
Frederick Bueher is getting ready te
tear out the partition, separating the rear
and front portion? of his store room. The
improvement will be a room-y one.
The members of the Columbia fire com
pany had their engine nt this morning,
testing it. It was thought there was a
leak somewhere, but we believe they were
unsuccessful in finding it.
It was our pleasure this morning te meet
Mr. McMullen, the Democratic candidate
for district attorney. With him we believe
his opponent for the office is net remarkably
strong. Mr. McMullen left here at 11:45
te go down the Pert Deposit read.
The Vigilant and Shawnee fire compa
nies left here en a special train at 7 o'clock
this meiniug for Hagcrstewn, Md., te par
ticipate in the celebration of the twenty
fifth annivcisary of the Washington county
agricultural and mechanical association.
The Vigilant company were accompanied
by the Mountville band and the Shawnee
by the Ironville band. The former took
with them about fifty equipped men and
the latter forty or mere. Beth companies
took their engines with them.
The Sun engine of Lancaster will take
the place of the Shawnee while the latter
is at Hagcrstewn.
The rain of last night te-day gives place
te a clear sky.
Chief Director Jehn M. Shenbcrger went
te Hagcrstewn with the fire companies
this morning. It is probable they will all
return te-morrow or Friday.
The Hancock company officers are new
H. Z. RHOADS & BRO.
Call attention te the completeness and variety of their
stock, including every artiele of every description in their line,
from the low-priced te the costly. All grades-of Watches and
Time-keepers. AU 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.
AU purchasers of goods in our line, aU persons contemplat
ing the purchase of such goods, aU admirers of beautiful goods,
are respectfully invited te visit our store.
H. Z. RHOADS & BRO., Jewelers.
Disease prevented and medical bills lessened
by a timely use of Malt Bitters.
Or old or yeunjj, or grave or gay.
These who new let their teeth decay.
With breath we can't endure ;
The thought their alter lite will hau nt.
That they neglected SOZODOXT,
That would have kept all pure.
MISS M. K GILL., TEACHER OFDRATv
lng in the Girls' High Scheel, wiahes te
obtain pupils in the various styles of drawing
and painting. Residence Ne. 35 West Orange
street. Furs altered and repaired at the same
Nothing id tee geed for our baby no.
even Cuticura Seap.
It is impossible ler a woman after u faithful
course of treatment with Lyilia E. Pinkliani's
Vcgetable Compound te continue te suffer
with a weakness et the uterus. Enclose a
stamp te Mrs. Lydia E. PInkbam, 233 Western
avenue. Lynn, Mass.,f for pamphlets.
Ictcre Bleed, General Debility, Scretula,
Erysipelas, Pimples, Carbuncles, Unhealing
Seres, and ether diseases demanding a treat
ment essentially Tonic, Absorbent, Alterative,
Bleed Cleansing, Bleed Making and Health lie
storing, yield readily te that most perfect and
elegant of medicinal preparations, Dr. Brown
ing's Tonic and Alterative. Price M cents and
$1. Fer sole by the proprietor, W. Champien
Browning, M. D., 1117 Arch street. Philadel
phia, and all Druggists and Dealers in Medi
Ladles' Wine Spees's i'ert.
Pure four years' old will net intoxicnte
but possessing all the valuable medicinal
properties of 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 tonic, improving the
appetite and promoting digestion ; as a duretie
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 nnd blooming complexion.
Therefore, it is extensively and beneficially
used by ladles, and is in general family -use as
a sure remedy ler dysentery, and for all
nervous, weak and debilitated persons. Sold
by druggists and by A. Spccr, at his own vin
yards, New Jersey. Advertiser.
This wine is endorsed by Drs. Atlee nnd
Davis, and sold by H. E. Slaymnker.
Many ladies misinterpret their sufferings.
Try a box of 'Sellers' Liver Pills." Sold by
ORPHAN'S CeUKT SALE.
On THUBSDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1899. of
a valuable Chester county farm of 240 ACUES
Convenient te railroads. Geed buildings. Sale
positive. Fer particulars address.
S. E. NIVIX,
Administrator c. t. a.
ect-20-lmd Landenherg, Pa.
A SERVICE OF SOMG AMD PRAYER
for Children nnd Adults, will b held in
the public school building, corner of Lemen
and Lime streets, te-morrow evening at 7
e -ciecK. r.vcry oeuy welcome.
STOKE ROOM 18X40 feet, with new
plate glass front, high ceiling, located en the
main business street and next deer te the pest
office, Columbia, Lancaster ceuntv. Pa. ; lias
been occupied as a book store for the last
sixteen years, and is one of the best stands in
the county for that business. It is a fine open
ing ter any one who understands the book and
stationery business. Possession given imme
ect20-lwd Columbia, Pa.
OPENING OF THE GRAND FAIR UNDER
the anspiccs of the
ST. STEPHEN'S ClfCIiUH,
Cor. Seuth Duke and Church Streets, en
Thursday Evening, October 21st, 1880.
AST" Visitors te the Ftdr will net be asked for
votes or te take chances en any artlcle during
their presence. COMMITTEE.
FiTe Women Darned te Death la Cincinnati.
CnscixaATi, O., Oct. 20, A shocking
calamity in connection with a fire occurred
shortly after 11 o'clock this morning. A
fire broke out in the shoddy manufactory
of Benjamin Hey, Second street and
Broadway, in such a way as te cut off es
cape from the third story, where a number
of women were at work. The firemen
made heroic but ineffectual attempts te
rescue the women. After extinguishing
the fire they succeeded in extricating the
dead bodies of five women, two of whom
are net yet identified. The ether three
are Mrs. Daggett, aged 40 years; Mrs. S.
E. Gnar, aged 50, and Mrs. Jacksen, aged
30. One of the bodies net identified is
supposed te be that of Mrs. Barrett. The
less by the fire is estimated at $35,000 ; in
FIFTEEN PERSONS HURT.
A Railroad Collision la Oble.
Ciscisxati, Oct. 20. A collision en the
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton railroad
this morning, at Jenes station, nineteen
miles north of Cincinnati, resulted in the
injury of fifteen passengers none were
killed outright and none are yet dead. The
train known as the Sidney accommodation
left Hamilton at 8:32 o'clock, two minutes
late. At Schencks, a station below Hamil
ten, it was detained five miuutes en account
of a freight train. On reaching Jenes sta
tiiin, being tee late te reach its regular
meetingpeiut of au outgoing train, it was
taking a side track when train Ne. 413,
which had left Hamilton at 8:40, came up
behind it and caught the rear car which
had net yet left the main track.
The engine struck the car, broke its own
upper works and filled the car with escap
ing j-tcam. The injured are Dr. A. C.
Jenes, Cennarsville, Ind., head cut and
upper body scalded ; Sarah Mahan, Knob Kneb Knob
knester, Jehnsen county, Me., hands
scalded; Maggie Mahan", Nichelaville, Ky.,
scalded ; Silas Mahan, Nicholasville, Ky.,
hands and face scalded.
Saw Yeaa Stocks.
t jujl A.v.r.x.r.11. r.M
10r2J 11:30 135 fc M
ErieB. B....... 44 43K
Michigan Cent B. ILJOiS 101U
Chicago A y.W. iiV?nal?
VUUWU JK db 94 X ...AW
Han. 2 St. J. Cem..... 4l
u i. p'ld.... 857i
Teledo A Wabash..'." M
Ohie ft Mississippi.... 34
au ieuia, i. a.s.Ji ei;
Ontario and Western. 24J,
C C tb x. C R. R...... l'
New Jereev Central.. 75
Del. ft Hudsen Canal. 83
Del.. Lack, ft Western 93!
Western Union TeL.JCSk H
Pacific Mall S. S. Ce.. 41K
Manhattan Elevated. St)
Union Pacific 93
Kansas ft Texas 33
New Yerk Centrak
Cleveland ft PitU
Chicago ft Heck I
Pittsburgh ft Ft. W.
American U. Tel. Ce
Pennsylvania R, It.... 59'b 39K
Phll'a. ft Reading..... 17 1T
Lehigh Valley 53i 33
Lehigh Navigation S4?
Northern Pacific Coin 2 2S
" w P'il . .... 524
PlttsTltusv'eftB...'. i&X lti
Northern Central 3,'M
Phil'aftErle B. R.... 17 17 16?
Northern Penn'a SO
Un.U-U's efN. J ISO 1K;-: 181
Uestenvlllc Pass 19
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9H 19K ....
Lecal Stock and Bends.
I.anc.Clty S tier ct. Lean, due ISM).. .$lie
" " 1S2... 11)0
" 1F85... 100
' " 1KKI... 100
" " 1893... 100
" Sperct. in lerSOycnrs.. 100'
Lane, und Quurryv'c R. R. bend 10 )
" " " stock 30
Lancaster and Ephrata turnpike... 23
Lanc.Eiizabetht'ii undMtddlet'n.. loe
Lancaster and Fruitville turnpike. SO
Lancaster and Lititz turnpike 25
Lancaster nnil Maner turnpike.... 30
Lancaster and Manheim turnpike. 23
Lancaster and Marietta turnpike. . 23
Lane, and 'ew Helland turnpike.. 100
Lnnc. and Strasburg turnpike. 25
Lane, and Susquehanna turnpike. . 300
Lane and Willow Street turnpike. 23
Farmers' Nat. Bank et Lancaster.. . 50
First Nat. Jlunker Lancaster loe
Lancaster County Nut. Bunk SO
Inquirer Printing Ce SO
Lanc.Gea Light and Fuel Ce. stock. 23
' " " bends.
RIPE FOR REVOLUTION.
The remedy that will cure the many diseases
peculiar te women is Warner's Safe Kidney
nnd Liver Cure. Mether's Magazine.
hunting up the men who are
A Dad Mistake.
Yesterday afternoon two Republicans of
this city, one of whom was drunk, met a
country Republican, who was also drunk,
en North Queen street. They became in
volved in a political discussion, aud the
countryman, thinking the ethers were
both Democrats, called one of them a
"Rebel." Xe sooner had he haid the word
than he received a smack en the mouth
from the city chap which landed him
sprawling en his back en the Belgian
blocks. He crawled fe his feet and went
away cursing the Democratic party.
A Wise Deacon.
" Deacon Wilder, I want you te tell me hew
you kept yenrselt and family se well the past
season, when all the rest of us have been sick
se much, and have had the doctors running te
us se long."
" Bre. Tayler, the answer is very casj I
used'Hep Bitters in time and kept my family
well and saved large doctor bill. Three dol
lar' worth et it kept us all well nnd nole te
work all the time, 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.
alter-" See ether column. el3-2wdftw
RPHASS' COURT MALE.
On TUESDAY. OCTOBER 28. 1880. Pursu
ant te nntnenty in tne last win ana testnment
of Jehn Tomlinson, late et Lancaster city, de
ceased, we the undersigned executers therein
will expose te public sale, at the Leoperd
hotel. East King street, Lancaster city, the fol
lowing described property, late the property
of said Jehn Tomlinson, deceased :
' Ne. 1. A two-story BRICK DWELLING
HOUSE, Ne49 Middle street, a stone and brick
stable aud ether improvements. The let fronts
thirty feet, mere or less, en Middle street, and
extends 142 iect, mere or less, te Lecnst street.
Ne. 2. A twottery BRICK DWELLING
HOUSE, Ne. 210 Plum street, with a one story
brick BackBuiIding.and ether improvements.
The let irents 16 feet, 6 inches, mere or less, en
Plum street, and extends 102 feet.mere or less,
no. 3. a x raci u uanu containing -Vi acres,
in Lancaster city en the Concstegaund Hlg
Spring turnpike, adjoining lands of Rebert A.
Evans and William Sales. A large part of this
tract is excellent farming land and the balance
contains sand and stone quarries. There
is u well of water with pump en the premises.
Alse, six shares of stock of the Conestegaft
Big Spring Valley Turnpike read ceiflpuny.
Sale te commence nt 7 o'clock p. m., when
attendance will be given nnd terms made
known by ROBT. FAULDING.
B. F. Rewk, Executers.
Anarchy and Violence in the Turkish Prev
Londen, Oct. 20. A despatch from
Bucharest te the Times says trustworthy
intelligence from the border laud between
Macedonia and Albania represents that
the Christians are ripe for revolution. The
Bulgarians and Mussulmans are armed and
assassinations en both sides are common
eccurences. Anarchy reigns supreme. It
is beleived that the chief purpose of
the Turkish authorities in inducing Al
banians te fleck te the Northern and
aeumerni ren tiers is te establish troops in
the interior where they can control the
lawless population and crush their ideas of
independence. If some steps are net
taken te restore order, the population will
probably be diminished by mutual extermination.
BY WIRE AND CAULK.
On complaint of Elizbeth Witch, Jacob
Espenshade," farmer, was arraigned before
Alderman Samson, of the Sixth waid, te
answer for assault and battery. It appears
that the Witches were peddling and 3Ir.
Espcnshade asked them what they had in
their wagon. He was told it was none of
his business, whereupon he hinted that
they had stolen some of his corn. This
stirred up the anger of Mrs. Witch who
made a rush for the offending farmer. She
alleged that he struck her, but he denied
it, and was correoarated by ether wit
nesses. Case dismissed.
St. Stephen's Church.
The ladies' fair for the benefit of St.
Stephen's Lutheran church, will commence
in the church buildiug, junction of Duke,
Vine and Church streets, te-morrow even
ing and continue about ten days. The
auditorium, which has just been frescoed
by Reiugruber and otherwise beautified,
has been elaborately decorated for the
coming fair, which will prove unusually at
tractive. The managers give notice that
visitors will net be asked cither te take
chances or give votes for articles for pre
sentation te ethers, a practice which has of
late become a great abuse and annoyance
Hud te Come te Town.
This merninsr a number of Republicans
attempted te raise a pole ever Fry's mill
en the Columbia pike. They Vcre unable
te de se and they sent Jehn Weaver te
town. He paid a let of young men te go
out with him and they helped te raise the
Prer. G nil motto's French Kidney Pads have
been sold in France for the last ten .years, and
in that time has cured thousands of men and
women who were troubled with diseases el the
kidneys and urinary organ. Fer sale by
Mew Tliev Feel a Adrian, Mich.
Reed, Beach & Smith, druggists, of this city,
say that Day's KiDSET Pad is giving the very
best or satisfaction. One of their customers
says he would net take two hundred dallars
for one he has if he could net another.
Mothers! Mothers! 1 Mothers!!!
Are you disturbed at night and broken el
your runt by a sick child suffering antl crying
with the excruciating pain et cutting teeth?
It se, go ut once and getabeltlc 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 lias ever used it, who will
net tell you at once tliat it will regulate 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 all cases, and pleas
ant te the taste, and is the prescription et one
el the eldest and best female physicians and
nurses in the United States. Sold everywhere
25 cents a bottle. niT-lvd&wM.WftS
"Great Bleed Tonic," for the cure of all
bleed diseases." Dr. Ltndsey's Bleed Searcher."
Fischer. In Washington, D. C. en October
18, at 4:30 p. m., Carl Einile Fischer, only child
of Charles Fischer, of diphtheria, aged 3 years
and 11 months.
Funeral from the residence of his parents,
Ne. G23 Seventh ' street, Northwest. Thursday
October 21, at 3 o'clock p. m. Relatives and
friends are respectfully invited te attend.
Why Is It?
The reason why Cehen ft Bre, el the Phila
delphia One Price Stere, 5 East King street,
don't advertise often is they don't have time.
Because people arc telling each ether that they
have se many bargains In the latest styles of
men's and boys' hats, caps, gloves, shirts,
underwear, knit jackets, ftc., and that is why
they are selling se many goods and kept
I will have a Saucr Kraut and Perk lunch
TO-NIGHT nt Franke's garden. Alse Barbey's
Celebrated Beer en tap.
ltd JOHN HESS.
FLAGS, STREAMERS, LANTERNS, FIRE
WORKS, &C. AT
-I RAND TROTTING MEETING AT THE
LANCASTER PABK, ON
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1880.
Twe geed races and a special purse te beat
ine -iesiesi lime ever moue en tius iracic uy
Goldsmith Maid, 2:26W. Fer lull particulars
see small bills. URIAH BtTZER,
Ezra D. Parker,
OP MIPPLINTOWN, PA.
Hen. E. K. Apgar,
OF NEW YORK,
Chas. A. Lagen,
U ill speak in the COURT HOUSE in this City
On FKIDAY EVENING, OCT. 22.
100 Tens el Rags VTanted,
Fer which the highest price will be paid.
9 CENTS PER POUND FOR GOOD MIXED
RAGS. 3K CENTS PER POUND FOR
The highest price paid for Woolens, Old
Paper, Beeks, 4c. Ten Rag Assertcrs wanted,
te wuem tne nignesi price wm ue paiu.
JOHN A. SHOBBR,
Cor. North Queen and Orange Streets,
yMfdB Lancaster, Pa
Brick'Sct and Portable
HEATERS and RANGES
Shertzer, Humphreville&Itf offer's
40 EAST KING STREET.
News of the Afternoon Condensed.
Hight Hen. Alfred Henry Theriger, lord
justice of the court of appeal of England
The country residence of Chas. J.
Baker, four miles from Baltimore, burned
last night. Less, $30,000.
Hesmer and Hanlan, the American oars
men in England, are in prime condition.
The Women's Christian Temperance
Union met in convention at Harrisburg
Jeb Smith was fatally scalded by an ex
plosien in Webb's mills, near the White
Heuse station, X. J., yesterday.
In an engagement between a United
States marshal and read agents iu New
Mexico, one of the latter was killed where
upon the ethers fled.
There has been a hitch in the proposed
France-American cable union.
He Didn't Write It.
Menter, Ohie, Oct. 20. General Gar
field pronounces the letter which appealed
in a New Yerk paper this morning in rela
tion te the Chinese question a stupid forger-.
Washington, D. C, Oct. 20. Fer the
Middle states, clear or fair weather, winds
shifting te northwesterly, slight change in
temperature and stationary or lower
He Blew Ont the Gas.
Pout Jebvis, Oct. 20. Michael Cernell
of Bradford, Fa., who blew out the gas
when going te bed last night was found
dead this morning.
-WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Ne. 227 NORTH PRINCE
New x erk Market.
Nkw Yerk. Oct. 20. Fleur State and West
ern slightly in buyers and very moderate de
mand : Superfine, at S3 73Q4 15: extra de
4254 50; choice, de, $4 G04 75: fancy de.
$4 803600: round hoop Ohie $4 G5500: choice
de $5106 00; superfine western $3 7591 15:
common te geed extra de $4 254 60 : choice
de de $4 656 50 ; choice white wheat de $4 C5
i 85 ; Southern active and unchanged ; com
mon te fair extra $51095 60; geed te choice
w neat ncavy anu ;t$ic lower; xe. 2 Red
ue Aiec. si it ; ue Jan $1 I8if.
There will be a general pumde et tlm Demo
cratic clubs of the city next Saturday evening.
Further arrangements will be announced
shortly by Ce!. Fordney, Battalion Commander.
A meeting of the Second Ward Hancock and
English club will be held Thursday evening,
at Ransing's saloon. Chestnut street, opposite
P. R R. depot. Every member is requested te
be present, us business of importance wiU be
transacted and -arrangements completed for
the parade en Saturday night next.
The Third want Hancock und English club
will meet nt Central headquarters ou Wednes
day evening at 7 o'clock, te make arrange
ments for participation in the grand Deme
cratic torchlight precession Saturday night.
A meeting of the above ward club will be
held at Rethwellcr's hall this evening. All
these who intend going te Yerk will hand in
their names. Tbose net going will please give
their equipments te members who propose
Atteutlen, American cinb!
Special meeting of t'.ie Sixth ward Amcrtcus
Club ftisereniijat'Ko.cIeckat the Uchiller
house. All persons, member? of this and ether
clubs, who intend going te Yerk, must hand
in their names te the secretary of tlds club to
night se that special rates may be had. These
net going will lean their equipments te these
who Intend going, us it is the desire of the
committee te have uniform equipment?.
The Yeung Men's Hancock und English club
of the Seventh ward will meet at Utzlnger's
saloon. Middle street, en Tuesday even
ing, at 8 o'clock. Iltislncs et importance
will be transacted.
Will meet this evening ler the transaction el
impertent business. All Veterans who have
net as yet received their equipments will re
ceive the same at the Central headquarters
en Friday evening.
The members el Ce. A Huncuck Veterans arc
requested te meet at Central headquarters
this evening at " o'clecft te escort Ce. C te
the Fifth wa rd te receive a Hug.
Attention Campaisn Committee.
The Democratic City Campaign Committee,
the staff officers and aids will meet this Wed
ncsday evening at 8 o'clock ut Ccntrcl Head
quarters te make arrangements for tin; torch
light parade en Saturday, Oct. 23d.
Wji. .1. Ferdset, Cel.
Himrv Wdtr, Adj.
Until NOVEMBER 17. the two-story Brick
Heuse, with kitchen attached. Ne. 148 East
Vlncstrcet, let extends te Church street. Ap
ples, Peaches, and Grape Vine en let, water.
c. Inquire at Ne. 12(5 Charlette street, Lan
caster, Pa. oct7-eedAnovl7
? A Farm,one mile from the city of Lancas
ter, en the Petersburg turnpike, containing
about one hundred and Ave acres : thirty acres
of which is new in full crops ; privilege te put
out two acres in tobacco. Enquire ut Ne. 38
North Duke street or ou the premises.
OCtT-lOtdced MRS. "JOHN McGRANN.
On TUESDAY, OCTOBER 25. 1680. willlc
sold at the Keystone hotel.Nerth Queen street,
a valuable let of ground situated en the west
side of North Queen street, fientlng en North
Queen street 16 feet, 7 inches, ami iu depth 245
ieet, te 14 feet wide public alley, en which Is
erected a two-story BRICK 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
Ji. Sucbebt, Auct. ectl3-lltd
em spot.ft5xQ55c;de future, SS)Xc
Oats J42icleWer ; Ne. 2 Oct. and Nev.
.tjk TlaA 'MASS iCTSj a C4., IIUAIIFa .
de Dec. 39J165ic ;
State 4045e ;
Philadelphia, October 20. Fleur dull, but
held; superfine $3 0083 50; extra $4 00$)
4 50 ; Ohie ami Indiana family $5 506 00 ;
Penn'a family de $5255 50; St. Leuis lamlly
at $6 0036 25; Minnesota family $5 2526 00:
Strut ght $6jj6 75 ; patent and high grades $6 75
Rye Heur firm at $5 50.
heat weak and lower. : Ne. 2 Western Red
$1 12 ; Fa. ueu $1 121 13 ; Amber $l 121 13.
Cern steady for local lrade; yellow 55)f SSGc.;
Oats steady; Ne. 1. White 441 Je: Ne., 2 de
4040c ; Ne. 3 de 3!33c ; Ne. 2, Mixed' J8
Bye scarce at OSc
perk $1650; beet hams $1600017 00; Indian
mess bee! at $18 50; smoked hams 11012c;
On MONDAY, OCT. 25. 1830, will be sold
at the Cooper Heuse, West King street the
following valuable real estate :
Ne.l, Atwo-stery BRICK DWELLING, sit
uated ou the south side of West Orange street.
Ne. 114, containing hall and seven rooms, gas
in tbe house and hydrant in the yard, hoase
fronts en Orange street 18 feet 9 Inches, mere
or less, let extending In deptli 75 feet 5 inches,
mere or less, te a 3 feet 7 inch wide common
alley, with sewerage. This property has Just
been newly fitted up.
Ne. 2. A twotery BRICK DWELLING and
two-story Brick Beck Building, situated en
the east side of North Mary street. Ne. 27.
beuse 18 by 28 feet, back building 12 fee. 4
inches in width, and in depth 18 feet,-containing
hall and seven rooms gas in the house and
hydrant in the yard; also a side yard 27 feet
front and In deptli 102 feet, mere cr less, a
frontage of 45 feet. Including the house ; a let
of choice fruit trees and the best of grapes ;
stabling en the rear of let. 20x13 feet.
Ne. 3, Five Building Leta 22 by 215 feet, situ
atcd en the north side of New street, between
Lime and Shippen streets.
Sale te commence at 7 o'clock p. in., of said
day. when conditions will be made known by
H SacBBOT.uet e'J-tsd
WANTED. .EVERYBODY TO ADYKR
tlse, free of charge. In the Iaraxiiexa
U4. who want something toae.
WANTED. A FIRST-CLAHS BREAD
and Cake Baker. One who is capable or
running a large bakery. Apply immediately
at Ne. 169 Locust street, Colombia. ltd