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LANCASTER8BA1LY lNTmi&fctfR SATURDAY OCTOBER 30; 1880.
r,v tis w.&"-tf-- .
That Slav be
Need te ne
Te Democrat)? County CeinuiUleii.cn :
I cannot ten urgently warn you
against possible and Iti'lily probable at
tempts te be made at fraud by the Repub
licans of your election districts next Tues
day. I call your attention te the feiL.win;?
points in particular :
Tlicy -will attempt Je vote mineis. They
pr-rsjsteniiv de this in Lancaster county,
:iud it must be cliccltcd. Cl.allcnjjft every
enesiisjiueledand have "every miner who
attempts te vote arrested.
Hundreds of Republic. voters bad tbc
litre necessary !'; tbnn te vote paid this
year nfU r October 2. The receipts arc net
jjoed te vole en at tlii.s election. Loe- out
for tlies-c. and scrutinize eaiefiilly the date
of all fax receipts offered.
Examine your electoral tickets. Ilopub Ilepub
licans bave a fraudulent ticket out, with
.some of their electors en our ticket.
V. I'. Hus-r.r.,
( 'hail m. in.
AScii Who Cannet Yole.
The iJepiiblicans bave bad M'lTP.i", i n
nat uj-ilized this jcar after On S net one
of whom was made a citizen in time te
vef eat this election. Keep a leek-out for
them. Following is a list of them, and
the dates of their naturalization. Evamixi:
thi. i.vr:. or r.vin:-. N.Tri:i.i..vi:i.v
iv.it.j: eflered, and if later than October 2,
1SK0. the perseu hr.viny it has no riirht te
CintisT 1Ji:evn October 11.
Ciiai:i.i line asi;;: " 11.
jre;:.i. Coe!i:i: " j.
.lenx Dennvrur .
Ch. n.vxxi:i: 11.
Fnnnr.nicK l)i.. iimw " 21.
V'i i.i.i a m S . 1 1 . i x : ' - -
.Ie-i:rn Li.'ni: " 2:.
Ax!i:!:w -M (M'.i.r.-.!:. . . " It.
Vh.mm i'!.i.'...:i: " ".
.Jeiix Pi:ti:::se. " 11.
iliixnv Ori.xx " ").
Daviu lti uaui " 11.
I'VAX WlMdAMk. " ".
.Iamks WiujAiii; ' 11.
(krener "Wai.ti:;; " 21.
Tins Verdict Otii.v S.nslnt'-s.
Iii the ease of Simen V. f'aby, executer
of Elizabeth 1 loot's, deceased s William
iloels. lite jury rcndeieil a vitdiet in favor
f the plaintiff for $200.
Tlie ceuit appointed the following dec
tien watchers: First ward, city, .luhn
Sehaum. Democrat ; Second w.ud. Simen
W. l.niib. Democrat, (Scer;'' i'. ?levcry,
Republican ; Third ward, 15. F. Davis,
Democrat, and Than S. Dickev. Hepnl-li-can;
Fifth ward. IVtcr Allabach. Demo
crat, and Jehn Ivillinyer, Republican ;
Seventh waul, Frederick Arneld, Demo
crat, and Je.'ph Derwari. Republican :
Eighth' ward. Lee Jacobs, Democrat, and
II. II. Kivncinan. Republican : NinUi waid.
H. A. Alilcy, Demecrat: llaphe ("New.
town) Harry '. Sprout. Democrat : Lan
caster township, Rhb.aid'eii Rare, Demo
crat. License Oraiited.
Abraham Roop of Andrews loide,
("elerain township, whose application for a
tavern license was argued some months
aye, vvas'jranted a license this jneniiiiij.
William 1L Seiple, of Diumere lewn-
hip was d i voiced from bis wife Lyd'a
Ann Scijile en the grounds of dc-,ettien.
. Vigcen Mntcii
i:stenia' while the rather teiueu
t rials were jreiit'l en near
of the handlers of the de;'s that had been
our net en trial improvised a
snatch, three men te a side, .i
teh. The niateb resulted as t'el-
Mr. M:ort'- .Siiie.
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Nal I.HV Ne! !oi !ei !oi
Kilitei et iii:- 1mi:i:.
Te t In
Sii: : Ais associated telera;)!) despatch,
purperiin te come from Resteu and jutb
lished in the morning papers of yesterday,
and stating that. (Seiicral Xeal Dew. Pre
Iiibilien candidate for tbc presidency.. had
given notice in J'eriland that he would
work for the Republican party and vote
fer(!encial .arlield, I telcraphcd te ;cu
eral Dew yesterday meining lrent .New
(.'astlc, P.t., and received from hint tiie fel
lowing reply at 2.-" p. in. yesterday in
"Xet a word of it true. Thoroughly
loyal te the Prohibition parly.
Please iii-.ert the above and correct a
base attempt, at imposition upon the pub
ie. Truly yours.
,Iami iii i.
Octidier'.ti is memorable in histiir.v as
the day when the year 1elT Jlartin Luther
fixed his 05 theses en the church deer at
Wittenberg; thus practically beginning 1 he
Reformation efiheltbh century. It is spe
cially observed by the Lutherans and et'uer
Christian jieeple. In this year 1SS0, (.just
:tel) vcair. since the A ugs'jttrg confession was
read in 1SS0 and :t0 years since all the
Lutheran confessions were published cel
lectively leSOj in the biteic el ( oiicero).
this day falls en Sunday ; and special ser
vices in honor of these events will be held
in all the Lutheran churches of this eft v.
IJisrhnrrd Ttillia i:c)riiuand.
The boys named (lOohcneur, Render
and Coulman, who were anesfed en a
charge of stealing from people at the mar
ket houses, weie dismissed by Alderman
McConemy this morning with a repri
mand. It could net be positively proven
that the boys stele anything.
Oij;a-!"aUci-.s' and Tolacce l'arkciV J'.irade.
Attention is called te the corrected list
of officers and committees in this evening's
issue : also the route of the parade which
takes place en Monday evening. All cigar
makers and tobacco packers in favor of the
election of Gen. Winlield S. Hancock te
the presidency ate invited te join us in this
rally. The route of parade will he found
in the notice elsewhere printed.
St. Stephen' Cluuch lair.
The fair in the church, corner Seuth
Duke and Church streets, is being liberal
ly patronized. During last evening a
silver napkin ring was chanced off and
wen by Mr. Charles Vogt. Te-night there
will be musical entertainment.
The Rohcrsetwn iron mill, which sus
pended operations sometcii days age te
take account of stock and make necessary
inpairs, is again in full epcr.it ion.
JK it Candy
it yen will, iut be sure te use sOl'.ODOXT
rit;lit away, in order te carry oil" its injurious
cllccts upon Use icclli. All candy-eaters should
carry SOZOOOXT with them, it" tlicy wish te
keep their teeth Round. o2.Vlweet
Otn KKOUl-Ai: COKUKSrOXBENCK
I'rcs'.dentlal KUllanlK Ve:i(5iS Auulvrraa-
rv J'aiarul Accident in llie Keilins
.tllti tlcticral Birni:j;li Sens. .
Last night two well known billiard play
ers met in A. D. Reese's hali. A game
was seen arranged and the spectators, al
ways te be found in a billiard room, took
positions where they could conveniently
view everything that was going en. expect
ing te sec a game of mere than average in
terest, and te them, as well as the compet
itors for the victory, rendered doubly in
teresting front the fact that the players
a Democrat and a Republican resolved te
take the sides of their respective candidates
Ter thepresidency.Eaeh addressed the ether
as Mr. Hancock or Mr. GarJield. and at it
thev went. The game ended with the
score of .J4 te 1 1 in favor of Hancock. Gar
field claimed the game te be the result of
the Maine election, and another game was
arranged for " Ohie and Indiana,'" which
Garliuld wen by :!1 te 12. It was then re
solved te play for the general tcsult. The
game was played carefully en both sides,
but it terminated with Hancock-, "t ;
.Garfield, 19. The latter new claims that
after winning Ohie and Indiana he should
have let well enough alone.
Mrs. Henry Wheeler, of thi:. p'nee, b, at
present in attendance at the National
Christian temperance union, convened at
iiosten, Mass.. as the leprcsentativc or
delegate front fhiscongiessienal district of
the Pennsylvania State Christian temper
Yesterday was the twentieth annher
sarv of the inaniage of Mr. and Mrs. A. O.
Guilts, rcsidin-- en Seuth Second street.
below Union. In the cventn.-;- a large party
called upon the couple and completely sur
prised them.ju.-l as they were making their
iuti..'i rations te re tire for the night. The
self-invited guests took with them plenty
of geed things te fill the inner man. and at
therepasi sptead and partaken of by the
seventy-six persons present a decidedly
pleasant hour was experienced. After
sooner a, verv handsome silver cake-basket
was picsentcd te Mr. and Mr.-.
Rev. Henry Wheal--:-, of the M f.
of which the c,ui !.- a-e menibes .
the Drcsentatien adircss. The
waMiiest cnjeynbly sp-;nt.
On Monday evening the Haneecl-En-'lisli
battalion v.:i! earadc, and
the parade the battalion will form in front
of this residence of General William P.tt P.tt
len, en Seuth Second stiect, when Gen.
I '.it ten will speak en tiu tariff ipiestien.
The battalion bad intended gein te
.Marietta te-night, but the inclement
weather will probably prevent. The offi
cers of the battalion ure all Democrats
who have net lifted their tar: leeeipts te
Ntll en their committeemen and attend te
I at once.
To-meiiow evening Rev. Henry Wheeler
will preach in the M. V.. church en "The
Laws, Resources and Policy of the King
dom of Ged." In the evening his subject
will be "Maitin Luther."
Tlu mis Themas. a.;c.l 17 year.-.
an em em
yievce in tlie -'iiiile iiepa:tnicnL
Stistpiehaiina rolling m'll, was severely in
j tued lastcwiihti:. It apjiears that Themas
was .standing nt ir t lie relis as
iron red het wa-. being rolled
a Jjstr el
hind him Meed anethet'
it, was te eaten the bar ju it
made its exit
from the rolls. This the boy failed
and tlie bar, curling as het iron nees,
struck Themas en the right side, inside of
his arm ami penetrating his body made its
exit above the tight shoulder, causing ex
cruciating pain. Themas was conveyed te
his home and Dr. Lineaweaver called in.
The injury is very set ions, but Dr. Line
aweaver will de all possible i s.ive the
Rev. Charle, V"'nbig!uf. pa-der i.f the
Church oi'Ged of this place, has been
called te Wonster, Ohie, and be will de
liver his farewell sermon here te-morrow
Tin- Y'r.'iO' A'!r"-nlt dcejibi ; a bud
slide at Xynee Tal. India, in which a num
ber ei pers'ins were killed but front which
the inissienarie.- then statiend escaped.
Tin.-article is of some interest te Colum
bians from the fact that Miss M. E. Lay Lay
ten, a sister of Mr-., -lehh Sheubergei- and
Miss Fannied. Sparks, a sister of Mrs.
Rev. llenrv Wheeler. :.f -tiiis place, wete
among the niissie,
The Utter tire.,,
recently closed by
ed ktst evening 1
!-.tries:ti:d eseaped witli-
. ei this place who were
the sheriff, wcte arrest
y Oilicer Holliiigwerth
charged with threatening a man nameu
Meyers, who was instrumental in closing
their stoic, .ittstite Frank den-.aeded bail
for their appearance this meining at Lan
caster te answer pending charges.
The employees el' (he Susipt. -liana. i roll
ing mill were paid this morning.
Wc will hive sea e iiiug te sa of tl.e
tellers' institute, which nucis te-day, in
Mr. ".I. .1. Rlack. of Philadelphia, is vi
itiisg in town te-day.
Dud: sheeting is gee. I ! ua .
'I lieu-aiicN Inve luvt! ,'iuv.l of dmnliaiiC
lilHii-.ili-(iri!ei-.,.iit'itidie., dy-pej-.-ia ,d :dl
di-ta-v'- of tlie liver, li'oe i ii:iilteuiac-li, when
allelln-i reiuedii- hive faiie.l, hj u-in 1'rel".
tlailinctte'-. rreneli l.iver I'ud. wliich is u
iiiiek:inil eriu'itti':ii enre j"i I Mete iliscase.
Askyeardrnggi-t ler lie- f.'rea! teiiiedy find
ttil.r no c.t tier anil i! lie drcs net keep it,;cnl
S.I..VI in a letter te tlie French l'ai! Ce . and rc
ceivenne liy ri'turn lilHil jnt paid. !.
-- ilaj)jy Clergyman,
l!i-v. I.. I . i. Can--", Catena, IM. " I l:ave lieen
:i (treat siillerer from Kidney ili-t':iM,and after
lieiii;; told liy tny iloclet that I could net gel
well, 1 commenced tlie iw. t Day's Kidney
I'.id, which !ia- new enii!lclely cured inc. 1
am strong and a.iin loe!; the very picture el
health. May all the sulieriiig 1" helped as I
have heee,. i-, my cariv,! wi-li.'" oJ.".-lweedAv
Cantie.-i te Ifur iteadrr.s.
'i'lie:ilmni iiivarial'lc 1'niil of a sncee fill
ie.venlien ;-,ahest ei interior imitalieiis. 'J'lie
patent 1.1x01.1:01 lloereloth 1, 110 eveeptiea te
thi rule. It-, dur.tliility and lieimiy are proved
beyond conlrevc-r.-y. I'.e sure in pmvlia-iiig
the gn.nU 1 hat yen loet: en the baelj of the
cloth for ' I.i:ie!ein:i:" none nlh-'t- is genuine.
All cariei dealers lccep H. eSO-ltd
Slriv'ng In coiner ;ui
w Ilh "ulfe'.ira Hiavinc
je.ip. ibif luviuy
Nervim-., :.!eeplih and ovcrvverl.i
a id unui-Mimcnt in .Malt Hitter.-;.
.' lllltl le-t
i! i-i tmics:ble lern woman alter a faithful
course of treatment with Lydia .. i'inkliam's
Vegetable Compound tn continue te suffer
witli a weakness the uterus Knelese a
statnp te Mrs. Lydia V.. I'inklium, -M Western
avenue. ' ynn, M:--.. for pamphlntri.
"Say, fcu.-an, h.tV"' jeu le-t your
Are you weak and nervous v 1 f se,
.ey's lilecd Scaielicr" is what you w
unt." Hew's flic l!::tiy,
"HewV Jtie Raby?" "His erenp is lieltei
t'lis morning, thank yen. we gave him i-enir
liinmas' ICclectric Oil as you ativi ed, doctor,
and 'diall give him .-eine mere in an hour or
se." Next day the doctor pronounced the
youngster cuied. Fer sale by II. R. Cochran.
ilruggit. 137 and 1.1. North Queen street. Lan
easle'r. l'a. I
3:tticr: .netiicrs:: .isnttu-rs:::
Aie you disturbed at. night and broken el
your ret by a sick child sitllcring and crying
with 'lie excruciating pain et cutting teeth?
It se. gi. at once and get a bottle orMIt3.VIXS erMIt3.VIXS
LO'.VV SOOTHING SVItUT. It will relieve the
poe; little snllcrcr immediately depend upon
it; there is no mistake about it. There is neta
mother en earth whe'has ever u.-ed it, who w ill
, net tell you at er.ca thr.t it will regulate the
j bowels:', and give ;-c-t te the mother, and relief
j mid hcttltli ?e the child, operating like magic.
I It is perfectly r-afe. te i,e in all case?, and pleaE
I ant te tlie taste, and is 1 he prescription et one
jet the eldest and best female physicians and
nurses in the United Slates. Seid everywhere"
25 cents a bottle. lU7-Iyd&wM,W&S
Black fcllk at Kc. Black Silks at 73c.
We "uarantce aheve tioeds te Deei eesi quuiuy nan ugij i.11"";;,0"'." , u v ,,'
"' '.'a. . ..'., ...iiiiiiDM m,,i, r..hnn.rM nil vnni At 4.1c Ulack Cliasltiucrcs. all
c...imwnc nil i lit )c.' ltlack Cashmeres, all wool, at c. Ulack Cashmeres, all wool,
Ca-hmercs all wool, at SI. HlacK casameres,
en cneieu.i .n . -.-"i-y --.:r" -
Itlael: Silk Velvets at 31.2e.
i.i..!. ci i.T-iiei.it-. 7nw etferintr eTtra lnaucemenis m en eimu mi-u d iutiw sjnr.-uu Mauuuuuu.
Black bilk cU cts at ir,j. ",xueSii;Z?T, suit Veivrts nt SIM. Jlvrtlc Green Silk Vclvets.at S1.50. Bronze
iW.yZ hI5.c5?,V..V?iii; vtta Tt i.m. BltOCADE SILK VELVETS.-Uarnct Brocade Silk Velvets $2.
VJl rei iwtrm iAVadc Silk Velvets at $2. l'lum Brocade Silk Velvets at 12. Seal Brown Brocade SUk 1
. s "r ,SA . PH. GrS2". -$vk iisSJk Vrtveteens at 50c. Black Velveteens at C3c. Black Velveteens at $1.
Bin. i in us ai ,- "" " u- j.t viriiia nt lie. Dress Geed 3. Dress Goods.
uaii.-i.reen 0"c.Vr0l'1-"- :"r ..,- ,', imTi,ne stock of all the Xew Stvles. from 10c. uer yard ud te
...iin "woV.e nT a f-ive? bv cxaininins our stock, as we can show them many Handsome Novelties in that line.
.mllt'i Will dO USULOOrUJ LAal".' " "A",u .f . ,!,... .i.j la nml elt wlin ilenl irttti us ftnil ouch tn lin
-. 1. Y ... ,i ntt M TT-il II -L-a
I.IU1 U LAauiiim(, ww.
We hive marked all enr cowls very low, te insure raiim .-.i, .... .,.. ,.Yu ...-,-.......,. ;...v.. ... ... ,..-
AKn jiM opened an .-leganl line of LatUeV Coats and Delman, wliich we eiler at lowest prices.
GrIVLEE, BOWEES & HTJE8T,
25 East King Street, Lancaster, Pa.
uJlrewn'x JlrencMal Trachea" are used with
advantage te alleviate Coughs, Sore Threat,
llear.-ene.-H and Bronchial Affections. Fer
thit ty years tliee Troches have been In use,
with annually Increasing favor. They are net
new and untried, hut, havlna been tested y
wide and constant use for nearly an entire
generation, they have attained well-merited
rani: anmii tlio'fewstaplercnieillesef theage.
J'.rewir.! Bronchial Troches" act directly
en llie organs elthe voice. T Ley have an ex
traordinary effect inall disorders of the Threat
and Larynx, restoring a healthy tone when re
taxed, cither irem cold or over-excrtieu et the
voice, and produce a clearand distinct enttnei-
atien. Startlers aiu Sinuerx nml tlie xrecnes
A Cough, Celd, Catarrh ei Sere Threat re
quires immediate attention, as neglect oltcn eltcn
tSmcs results in some incurable Lung Disease.
" Brown's Bronchial Troches" will almost in
varlanly give relief. Imitations are offered for
-ale, many el wiiich are injurious. The gentt
iii(. " Rcejrn'x Bronchial Trechet" are sold
mill hi t,er-ci. ianir.-lyd&wTu.Th&S
Ten Sweet for Anything.
Mu-.li: hath power In the city's din. hew pass
ing sweet tn list,
.A in id the busy hum et men, te the barrel or
ganist; Or when ramping with the Earache, you have
Yen trya bottle of Eclectric Oil, and find that
von arc cured.
Fer" sale by II. 15. Cecluan, druxgist. 1.17 anil
IT:y North Qiiecn street, Lancaster, Pa. 41
Werth their weight in geld" is what " Sel-1
l;is" Liver l'llls" ari said te be. It you don't J
believe. It try them.
lie. !!i:ou xixe's C. & C. Cebdiai. is invalu
able te the consumptive. Taken with regu
larity and according te directions, Its effects
are weudcrlul in acute and chronic diseases of
the threat and lungs. Fer sale by all druggists
and the proprietor. Dr. Browning, 1117 Arch
St i eel, I'hilHdclphla. I'ricc M cents.
.litt.1 heard from Tem Harrl, et Virginia
elty. Fevaila. lie writes, that the doctors had
Kivcn up all hopes of saving him ; he had Al
buiuenaria in the worst lerm ; was Induced te
tr- Spring i!Iosem; he Is new bossing his
i-tamping mill as usual. Trices: 50c., trial
bett les luc. I'm- sale by II. II. Cochran, drug
itKt, i::7and i:S North Oueen street.Luncaster,
A Ytie Deacon.
" Deacon Wilder, I want you te tell me hew
you kept yourself ami family se well the past
season, when all the rct et us have been sick
ve much, and have had the doctors running te
ns se long."
' l'.re. Tayler, the answer Is very asy. I
lwd Hep Hitters in time and kept my family
well and saved large doctor bills. Three del
lar' worth et it kept us all well and able te
work all the time, and I will warrant it has
ce-t you and most of the neighbors one te two
hundred dollars apiece te keep sick the same
time. 1 gue-s you'll take my medicine boro bero bore
alier." Sec ether column. - eI5Sril,tw
l)i .sr.i On Oct. -JS, 1SS.I. near llrd-tn-IIaud
i.aneaster county, l'a., Mary Dunlap, in the
i.th year el" her age.
Tin relatives and friends of the family arc
respectfully Invited te "11101111 the funeral from
her late residence, near Rinl-In-IIanil, en Sun
day afternoon, i icteber :1, at 1 o'clock. Inter
ment at Christ church. Intercourse.
U'li.uiXM. On Oct. SI, 1S.1i, .lame- Wilhelin,
in the icih year of Ids age.
His relatives and friend-. itKe t'..e Sun Fire
ceinpany.are respectfully invited teattend h:s
funeral "from tlie iv-idcncc of his brother,
Henry Wilhcltu, Ne. :", Seuth Prince street,
en in-mnrrnw (Sunday) afternoon at S o'clock.
i:ni.n.eii. In this city, en the-28tli Inst., Jen
nie, daitghlei-ef Ilernh'art and Elizabeth l?ol l?el
b.ich, in tlie Jth year of her age.
Tlie relatives and friends cf the family are
re-peel fully Invited te attend tlie funeral from
the residence of her parents, ."08 Kast Chestnut
street, en Sunday atlernoen at 2 o'clock.
ST. iV ItyJEKTISJSSlliSTS.
D.HIKR ICKAITT I.WNCII AT JOIIX
17 Spangler's Fulton Opera Heuse Saleen,
Ti'iuee street, tills evenidg. ttoed beer en lap.
ltd JOHN SI ANGLER.
1 RAXH IA'NCH T-NIGI1T.
Seurlcraiit nud Rabbits this (fatunluy)
evening, at .M ICIIA Kl. iMl)Ki:'M saloon en
Maner -I reel. Liiueh everv Saturday night.
XTICKI.Y FUKMSI1EU KOOMS TO LET,
1 witli lire amlga: very handy ter persons
working at U'ab
house near bv.
I'il N. 31 Alt i
On Ilielliheflhis month, a small white
l!ear!e Hound. Alse, about a week afterwards
a small black Reagle Hound. A liberal reward
will will be paid en return of same te
It I7J Kast King Street.
T7IJK SALE CIIKAP.
1 . geed second-hand Fiiine, In perfect or
der. Organs at greatly reduced prices, ter
cash or en mentlilv installments.
.1 1 'srrs stuck exhelz,
e.'Ki-'Jtil'i: Fulton Hall, Lancaster,
V TORACCO WAREHOUSE. One of the
Itiis-el W.irelieuses en Cherry alley, between
Chestut and Walnut streeti. Possession im
mediately. One et" the best and most conve
nient in the city.
tt.i Ne. :t X. Duke Street.
I'tu-.-, and Nickel Tinted. Library and Hall
Lamps, j.urge Assortment of
our window. :
.amp-', Ac. All exhibited
i-e them before pnrchii'flng.
HIGH & MARTIN,
Ne. 15 EAST KING STREET.
- AUGUSTUS RHOADS'S,
Xe. 20 Kast Kin? Slreef, Lancaster, Fa.
Wc arc nev t ikin special orders for
AT THE FOLLOWING PRICES:
Black Silks at . r.lact Silks at SLK. Clack Sllk
Ulaek Cliashmcres, all wool,
We guarantee alieve geed te lie
an woei ni ti.-.
BLACK SILK VELVETS.
Velvets at $1.50. Jllack Silk Velvets at ti Black
. ,..!-i-.,n ti. v..- cn-i. tvri
'III IIIII1IHI ikiT nillL. u -f .il. J . 7 .-
,irtJ . , 1-,.,MII nlt. nalll
A' KM' ahyektwemexts.
H. Z. RHOADS & BRO.
Call attention te the completeness and variety of their
stock, including1 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 Designs are Artistic and New
The Colorings are Rich and Harmonious
Tlie Prices are Extremely Reasonable.
WE ASK VOl' TO VISIT I S WHEN VOC AUK IN WANT OF
J. B. Martin & Ce, West King St.
THE LARGEST AND FINEST STOCK OF .
BUGGIES, CARRIAGES, &C,
la ltu; city, is te be seen at the Works et
NORBEGK & MILEY,
PRACTICAL CARRIAGE BUILDERS,
COR. DUKE AND VINE STS., LANCASTER, PA.
j-i:OS . CO.'.S
1 he Sleek include- all the
LATEST STYLES SPRINGS,
ucha-ithc Riewrtter, Wlntney, S;diilee Triple,
1111 r.iiipiie, .11111 uiey win ;iii ui:ti,u u iiniei :iny sij-ic u pureuaser may ecaire.
full klnd pr.iiiiplly attended te. All work guaranteed for one year.
"OUR WORK SUSTAINS OUR WORD."
Xi: A l rEliTlSVMEXTS.
TillASTKl) UAI'.niT AND KAUEK
AX Kraut Lnnch this evening at tlie Maner
Hetel, West King street.
All are inviled.
TOTICK TO L.VDIKS.
Trcleinisi ttleve Cleaner, ler cleaiiliur Kid
Gloves iind removing UreasetBd taiiw from
Woolen or Silks, the met convenient inven
tion of tlie kind ever before t.ic people. Try
it ; it is very simple, rlcansu glove In a minute.
Prlee 25 eentn. Sold bv.
ANDREW G. FUF.V,
Only, at City Pharmacy.
North tjneen Street, Cor. Orange,
WOIINWu PARADE !
: r-s"jGft"""" - v
Cigar Makers and Tobacco Packers !
Please meet nt Democratic Heailf)uartcrs
Centre Square, en
MONDAY EVEMXE, NOVEMBER 1,
at 7 o'clock sharp, with Torches, and join in
the Parade, and thenee te Mass Meeting in the
Court Heuse. Heaped fill ly yen r,
President Philip Bernard.
Vice President Jehn S. Beck.
Treasurer James D. Uill.
Secretary Adam U. Trost.
Marshal J. Adam Saner.
Aids Iao Jacobs. 15. F. ileCue. Claw. D.
Smith, Milten B. Weldicr, Allen G. Pyle.
Tobacco Packers' Committee Jac. L. Frcy,
Reland II. Brnbaker, Jntni 15. Frey, Fatman
&Ce., Aaren Teller, Merris ttcrsliel, Benj.
Strasser, X. Lachcnbrucli & Bre., Jehn Hart
ley, Frank Pentlarge. Hartley McUnire, Jehn
A. McUinnis A. G. iSressev. James Prangley.
HcniT Shindle, Kebert Knlini, David Carr, 1
Harrjr Beebel, Jehn Musmnn, ueorge t errcst.
Tobacco Inspectors' Committee. Henry
Ferrest, Henry It. Trost, Francis Cunning
ham, Philip Borngesser.
Tobacco Pressers' Committee. A. X. Zcll.
Cigar Bex ManntactnreiV Committee Jes
A. Albert, Abraham Killian.
Cigar Makers' Committee. .1. K. Hiester, H
K. schnader, Peter Allabach, Jeseph Bradel,
Edward F. Powell, Jehn Ilcnkcl, Win. Pentz,
Peter Landau, Owen B. Shcrtzcr. Jehn Kiefler
Geerge Berger, Frank Sheid. Aiiam Oblender
Henry Schmidt, Christian Wise, Jehn Tripple.
Henrj- B. Springer, J. H. Ostermyer. Charles
Kethweiler, Charles F. Smith. Jehn Frallcy,
D. J. Pretzman, Henry Rill, Jehn Kissinger,
Leuis Strauss, Alexander SI. Clair, William
Cigar Packers' Committee. Tenn f.Slnndlr,
James Hans, I. D. Springer.
ROUTE OF PARADE.
Meet in Centre Square, te Xertli Queen, te
Wulnut, te Chestnut, te Mulberry, te Orange,
te Charlette, te Weit King, te East King, te
Duke, te Orange, ceurtcrmarch te mass meet
ing in the Court Hensc
J. ADAM SAUKR, Marshal.
Aids. Lf.e Jacobs, B. K. McCrE, Charles D.
Smith, Miltos G. Weikler, Allkx G. Pyle.
Black Silks at fi UlackSilks.it $2.50.
at S0c. Black Cashmeres, all wool, at 35c. Black
at 73c. Black Cashnieres, all wool, at 87c. Black
all wool, full width, and best sliades of Mack;
Silk Velvets at$iiJ. Black SUk Velvets nt $150'
vuiucii eua :&v;i 'air
Silk Velvets at $i Garnet
Gendarmes Brocade SilkVel-
Velvets at $-2. Black Brocade
Seal Brown Velveteens at 75c.
ia, r v,r,i
goods of the II nest grade?.
w t- & w m mm
4fi.l annli ,n Ua tliA Anr.
Our Goods are Carefully Selected,
Empire ;C're.s9 Spring, Dexter Queen, Duplex
In accordance with the Time Honored Cus
tom of the Democracy nt this city te held their
en the night before the election there will be n
et tlie Lancaster City Democracy In the
Monday Eraii, Ne?. 1.
Veteran Association will
attend in a
UOVSE FURXI8UIXO GOODS.
FLIIiN & BRENEMAN.
Would advise all who contemplate putting In
HEATERS or making any alterations in theii
heating arrangements te de se at once before
the rush of Fall Trade begins.
THE MOST RELIABLE
Steves, Heaters ill Ranges,
In the Market at the
GREAT ST0TE STORE,
152 North Queen Street,
THIBJ EDITH) J.
SATURDAY EVENING, OCT. 30,1880.
TEAT CBUSE PUZZLE
ITS SOLUTION CLOSE AT II.VX1).
TESTIMONY FOR THE DEFENSE.
THE LnTTKR Tl BE J'KOVEO tiKNUTXK.
NIHILIST AND SOCIALIST.
EUROPE'S UNRULY SPIRITS.
THE KXUI.I-H1 Sl'ORlH.
News of the Day.
Plillii's Counsel Will Prev
New Yerk, Oct. 40. There was a large
attendance at tlie Philp trial te-tlay. The
prosecution closed their case, reserving the
riffht te call ether witnesses. Counsel for
defense, in opening, stated that they would
prove the existence of Meray and the gen
uineness of the letter.
The First Gun Spiked.
Postmaster Aingcr, of Washington, was
called. The statement that the change of
stamps was net made in his office tiati
April 13 was net an official statement, lie
could net tell the procise date of the
change. Other parties connected with his
office informed him thr.t the change was
made about February 12.
Fer defense Mr. Philnaml Jehn I. Dav
enpert were called te testify but were net
Mr. Bell then took tlie stand :.ud tcsti
field that he had in his hand the original
paper en wliich th-s warrant was issued,
lie was also possessed of the original man
uscript of the article entitled " Lying and
Sticking Te It."
Other witnesses, including Stotighten,
testified they had seen papers spoken
of by Mr. Bell generally in the hands
of Jehn I. Davenport, but could net
tell hew they were obtained from Truth
office. Pending the expected arrival of
Jehn 1. Davenport a short discussion arose
as te the advisability of taking recess, but
Judge Davis announced his willingness te
sit till midnight if necessary.
Aprreachlug Trials of I-reinlneut Lenders.
Londen, Oct. HO. A St. Petersburg
despatch te Hcuter's telegram company
says the approaching trials of Nihilists
will be the most important that have yet
taken place. Among the accused arc
the alleged authors of the explosion
en the Moscow railway and at the winttr
prlace, the supposed designer of the Alex Alex
andrevski dynamite mine, and the persons
who attended the Nihilist congresses at
Lipetsk and Tamheff when the above at
tempts against the life of the Czar were re
solved upon. Anether prisoner te be tried
is a man who is said te have given te the
Nihilist committee all his property,
amounting te 170,000 reubles, and who
was tried at Odessa in 1879
THK GERMAN SOCIALISTS.
War en the Revolutionary Document!,.
Londen, Oct. 30. A Berlin dispatch te
the TJVnV.! Xeirs says three days age the
Socialists determined te evacuate Ham
burg and discontinue their considerable
printing arrangements there.
A Berlin dispatch te the Time says
during the last few days the Berlin police
have seized several thousand revolutionary
pamphlets, including copies of the Zurich
Secial Democrat and the Londen Freiheit.
STORMS OX THK JSNUMSH COAST.
Orcat Destruction el .Property ami Less or
Londen, Oct. !0. Advices from Hull
yesterday say : In the terrific storm prevail
ing last night and te-day fifty vessels have
been wrecked, and great less of life has
occurred en the east coast of Ktiglanil.
A Cane Reported In New Yuri.
. New Yerk, Oct. 30. Wiiliam O'Ceii.
ner, who arrived from Savannah, October
23d, en the brig Richard Smith, was last
night sent te quarantine hospital by order
of the health officers. He was found sick
at a lodging house suffering apparently
from yellow fever. It has been staled
that he had been diseased in Savannah but
was discharged from the hospital there ap
. Wasiii-kiten, Oct. 30. Fer the Middle
states cloudy and rainy weather, easterly
winds, generally lower barometer, sta
tionary or higher temperature. The gen
eral atmospheric conditions new indicate
that en Tuesday, Nev. 2, the weather will
be clear or fair from the Mississippi valley
eastward te the Atlantic.
Outrages by Apaches.
Santa Fi:, New Mexico, Oct. 30. A
special from Quitman says : A courier just
arrived from Oje Caliente, Mexico, one
hundred and fity miles south of Quitman,
states that a band of thirty Apaches at
tacked a picket of twelve men of the
Ninth cavalry ycsterlty, killing two of
them. Reinforcements from Quitman have
gene in pursuit
DeCIssey's Claim for Libel.
Paris, Oct. 39. General DeCisssy, in
his actions agasnst the Tntransigeant and
the Petit Parsien claims 25,000 francs dam
age for each of the alleged libels upon him
published in these journals.
Washington, D.C.,Oct. 30, Thursday,
November 25, has been designated by Mr.
Hayes as the day of national thanksgiving,
and the proclamation will ba issued im
mediately. Wcrk of the Ph'lladelptiiii iitint.
Pnn-ADELAHiA, Oct. 30. The coinage
executed at the mint in this city during
the month of October was : Geld, 151,
180, valued at $925,400. Silver dollars,
1,200,000, and cents te the value of 812,-200-
A Fatal Kecket.
Pueviuexck, II. I., Oct. SO. During
the political paratlc here last niglit, a
rocket fired by a boy fatally wounded Mrs.
I'atL.vDiiLTntA. October .. Flenr market
iniei, nut i-ic.-uiy: supertlnef2 7.33;V): extni
iC 51)27 .W.
Kro tienrsciirccat . ."025 02.
Wheat dull but stcadv: Se. i Western Ib-.l
Hit; Penn'a. Red sftliSlll; Amber 1 l-!
Cern quiet but stead r; yellow at ;l-.'Q55e:
Oats dull, with tair demand: Se. I.' White
Mt1!U"C: --"--'. Se.
Rye tlrm at 31.
Previsions steady ; nics per! ile'SU 23 ; beet"
hams $1700: Indian m.ss beat nt JISTm') JISTm')
smeked hamslOjSltiJje: pickleil hanw $. fiOs:
bacon smoked shoulders CSOJe : salt de .V-fc
Lard steady; city kettle at SJgOj: leti.
buti-licrs'7--ic: prime steam iSW.
Rut ter Choice fair and wanted : Creamery
extra 31c: de Keed te ciioice 'JSfB.-We; Itradt'eril
county and New Yerk extra tSg-JSc: Western
reserve extra 21-2"J: de pcnttl toeheico ICJi)
'2ic: Rolls tlrm with fair demand ler ehetce':
Western Reserve extra -22(?-2lc: Pcnn'n Fxtra
Ej-fr.s s-carce and linn: Penn'a Ext i-.t -2Sg
i"c: Wcstci-ii Ext lit '25c.
Cheese dull, and barelv stcadv: Saw Yerk:
lull cream l-'KJilSJfc: Western full civam at
l-2fi13c ;de lair tn-roed ll12c; de half skim
lVtrelcum nominal : rellm-d lie.
Whisky active at 51 11.
Seeds Ceed te prime clever dull nt f:,ri'ij
7."(): Timethv nominal at ?2 70 J.-2 S i : t'laxeea
at $1 Xi.
.'pb Yerk r.Iarl:et.
Slw YeitK. Oct. :i. l-'tenr State and West
cm market and price steady, with
mederitteexpnrl and jebbinj trade iiiijuiry:
Superiini-, at ? I SI: -xtr,i l "at
f-:5(Jl 5H; choice, de, $t 5."fiTI75; lancy de
ft SOiiilCO: rniind hoop hie i I 7D : choice de
at $5 H)i$C, Oil; biiperllne western .'tS!)iJt -2.",.
eoinmeii te geed extia ile fl-25ffl70; e!iek-.i
ile SI I'tlifi 50 ; choice white "w!-eat de $1 15
3IS5; Southern quiet ami iinchan-;eil ; com
mon te fair extra il '.D-i;V 5il; oe(l te eheicit
de $5 XifK 75.
Wheal without important change and ipiict;
Ne. '2 Red, Oct, at $1 W$: de Nev.. at
$1 17: de Dec. at $1 W.4 : de Jan., at -fl li)-.t.
Ne. 1 White. Dee.. I 17.'
Cern n shade better: Mixed wc-lcm spot,
55,;1!(.'!-c; de till nix-. .llu.'iT.J.'-.
eats steady : Ne. -2. Nev.." :Uc ; de Dec.. He ;
Slate JRIE lc; Western. :',. ("el lc-
N bw Yei:k Stocks.
A. 31. v. sx. v. m. r. m. r.
I'.:I0 -2::t" l:ll -.'21 :!
Krie It. K
Michigan S. & b. S..
Michigan Cent. C. I
Chicaf-e & S. W ..
Chieasre. Mt.'iSt. l
.. IJJA 4II.J l!'.' II
..1I.V.1 l"'!i '"-"'s lW,i
..1117-', HiSj-r HKtfi 1113).,
..in?.; ir i ir" i'-"'-
ii( n'l.r.i iwi; iu.
Han.,'!- St.,1. Cem
" " l-'ld....
Teledo & Wabash
Ohie ,vi Mississippi. ..
St. LeniS, I. M. & S. l..
Ontario and Western.
O. C. &I. V. K. I."
nwii-iM; uiiieuiKi inumnaiamily $530i?C-r:
Penn'a Umily $-i'.3.-W; St. Leuis tuiaily
at f3TT iiC, Xx Minnesota family .i ilftS 7,".
Str light $.5 OOffiJSO: n:itcnt:miri-i. .--i-,, i-
New Jersey Central.. 7.;'H
Del. & Hudsen Canal. ;
Del.. I.ael.& Wcslciii .l7r.i
Western Union Tel.. .101
Pacilic Mail S.S. Ce.. iV,
Kansas & Texas
New Yerk Central
Cleveland & Pitts
Chicago & Keelc I
Pittsbni-'h & Kt. W
American U. Tel. Ce. . .
Pennsylvania IE, 11. .. id
Pliil'a. & Ueadintr 2-J
Lehigh alley W'.yz ;;.., :ivi ie.-. i.ij,
Lehigh Naviualien... S5 J :"5' X ."." :
Northern Paeilic Coin '2!i WV -Js -Js -'i
Pitts., Tltnsv'e.t 1!....
Phil'ii & Krt It. It....
ITn. It. It's of N..I
Central Trans. Ce... .
VAITAi 1IAXGJXHS, .-.
ric auk ei'ii-Nixu dam.y
NKW PATTKUXS OK
Dcsi-jiirtiind Colerlnff-J'nre bcaiitititl, an. I
have a lar-ri .stec!- te M'lcct. Irem, in tlu;
lowest trrade te the most expensive.
DADO AHD FANCY
in new color.-. Philn material by llr.- vaid, in
all shades and widths.
Caidliiijl, tirceii, White and Jlnll
Kisturcs, Friii;-!'-. Tapes, ,'ic.
We have a let el 11,ht color Cm iam.-s licnti
fill styles, thai will be closed out at the low
price er.V) cents. These tireadccided bargain,
lis snini' wen sold at.-s:.5'la pair.
We have opened a fresh Invoice or
anion;? which are two iicv. patients. I'heny
Wulniitainl Ash Poles l-l.ij--. Ihids, &-..
Orders tat'en ter Fine Mirrors.
PHARES W. FRY,
Ne. 57 NORTH QUEEN ST.
Ker side nt
hASHK!) KOIt PAUADK?. TI'IMMISCb l-Oli
SA-jIiKS, SADDl.I". CLOTHS, SIIOI'I.-
dki: sti:ap5, uki.ts, Ac
Neckties, Entirely New Styles.
NEW STYL3 COLORS.
UXDEliWEAK, GLOVES be., kv.
E. J. BRISMAN'S,
515 NOitTU IJL'KKN STKKKT.
"VTOW IS YOU1S TI3III.
Wenderrnl 3Iurk Down el
Having: done a Very lively Camp.ti-'ii I'.ti-i-ncsa
ve new prope-c te eieie e-.it our stock ;
SE0A11BLESS OF COST.
Fhi-r'.Uanner.j, Streamer.-, Portraits, Medal?.
I.Ime T.ichts or Colored Hand Torches.
Deuble S win-? and Star Torches,
T-reli Wick, &c.
Xev7 is venr time te bay cheap for the re
mainin-? parades and for the jellill catien after
1). S. BUESK,
17 East Kinsr Street. Lancaster.
EtAivVTtmt.vvsmtsa is elocution
and -Heading will be given upon nasen-
ablc terms, ey jikj. Jt..vi.ii.v ?i.n iiir.t. iw
4Xi West Oransc street. Classes will be feniiec
and also private instructions given. Ileiiii
maybe selected te'snit pitpiK eil-lwd
'25 " 25