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LANCASTEKfDAlLY IKTELMGENCM. THTJKSDAY tfOVEMBElt ii, 1880
natcd and they were declared elected.
On motion the institute, proceeded te
nominate candidates for delegates te the
; tale convention. The following were
nominated : Miss Rachel Jacksen, city ;
Mis. M. U. Aic'icr, LilU.: Mr. -T. H. WiL
mcr. West. Ilempliekt ; Fref. J. P. -dc-GV
kev. citv : Mr. P. K. Kaehcl, Maner :
Mr. 31" L. Ratten. JV.v.c.x-i: : Mr. II. W
Buller, Mount Jey t- :. ,t -hip ; Prof". I. S.
There being no oppe'-ition te the above
r.ominaUens,u"l were declared elected.
Prof. r. A. Hac:. f Berks reunty, was
introduced te the institute iii.d made it
brief but felicuenr. '--picdi.
Cel fax en I.incelii.
The inifaveiabie condition of the weather
iVu net. prevent the epcia hoiifce from be-
. . . - . - ji.. ..4i.,.:f1.
ii" firr.vdrd hi it evenin-'. th:: ;'.t
being a lecture en 'Abraham Lincoln" by
Hen. Schn. ler Ce!!'a:. of Indiana. The
ex-vice y: .-idi-.t i- r,t a stranger t our
people, nor is his Jcctinc a new one. he
having d. livercd it in this city a year r
two age. As is known the piodustien is a
fervid eulogy upon iiie life and ehaiacti-r
of the mui derrd war president and cons';1;; -.
in' large part '.' aiue-lote- and i .ci
.lents its his career, a:' illustrative of f--::ir:
I-lsa e of Mr. Lincoln's charaet r, many of
which hav- i.ever appealed in piiiit, and
the rendition of which took en new inti-.-st,
by lea-onef Mr. (.elfas'sc j.-epcrsenal
relit ions with i lie .subject efh's dis-ceur. c
Tin: heaily sympathy "f the : udi'.iseu was
plainly manifested in the (!-.- .-tU'-:Uiia
witii which the h-claiv was ricjived, mil
t'.e :.liunda:it ::pp!au:-e with which they
frequently testified their nppr.-ciatien
of .-.line v.iity incident or gle.viug tiilnite
as it fell fieni t!ie If' t'lici'.i lip-1. Fren: an
or.iteii-ri t-taiidiieinl Mr. Celta:; is net an
alii:(ti-c j-pe.ikfr. Whiht his maimer
upon tin platform i ! c .nr;; perfect !y
c.i:.v am: s.-if-pnssi .s-c-d, and Ills language
and r'lcto.ie of iiil'. order, his i-uui.t-i.i-tien
is lauliy, aud he is .tidic: d with a
tt.aiein-y te ;::n hi; words li ,; iiur, wmcn
i (ni:i' t- ! hi- '.-'ncs. : en-e ei iieai
big. " Xetwi
the com -.!
going t.i.- romie.i .1
He wi.-hed it. te i.
iivm-iiI pe. il'mii .1 ;
ie.tr rank v.';-.-. Mme
sketches of prominent members of Con
gress of every political persuasion with
whom the lecturer was thrown in contact
during his occupancy of the chiefc"crk s
desk for a long period of years. L"x- ice
President Colfax, who was speaker of the
Heuse when Mr. Lloyd was cleric, testified
te the hitter's perfect familiarity with xhc
theme announced as the subject of his lec
ture, assuring the audience of a fine ticat
and expressing his regret that an engage
ment te speak elsewheie te-night would
pi event him from remaining in this city te
hear Mr. Llevd's lecture.
In in j- t- t it- '.-'. '-no. ;ea
e .. ..;!!!' t US CiCi-l Iil-
.1. ei.te: taming one.
.!: occasion uiuiu
.is M-marks te give
Ike .--ti'ries of J;is :d-
aiieas that havebieii
A BBUHS COUliT liO.-1.:
railing I11 Leve Vlili tnn Witness en 1:10
During the scss-ien 01 court ycstciday,
seated In one of the first of the rising scats,
wa ; a middle aged man and a young look
ing woman. The m:n appealed te be, as
he was ;i hard-working farmer, and the
lady he.sifH! him was his wife. They weic
close and inleiested observers of all
that was going en, net with that
eager euiiesity that characterizes one
of the patties in a ease, or
the aiix.eus leek with a wunci-s
watches devt-1 .pmeuts and nervously waits
lobe called, but they sat and observed
with the air of peiens who were disinter
ested in what was transpiring, yet were
cdmly indifferent. Xe one noticed them
and they occupied their seals until court
adjourned. Tlie.e is a romance connected
with this couple which deserves te be re
lated, net for the .sake of any moral that it
teaches, but te hhew the tender nature
and .sympathetic heait that is wrapped in
a ru-rS'd exteiier. About five years age
the farmer, being in town during
cen: l wit-k. 'strulJ.'d into Use court
house with 1:0 ether object in view
than te pass an hour's time. lie occupied
a front .seat. The lawyer was cress-examining
a v. ihies-; in the case. It docs net mat
ter what the c:ise was nor who the lawyer
r.Cll KEGCLAE COKIiliSrONDEXCE
was tl:e attKifiH:- point
with the attentive t.irni?
t;cmg. as it was
the witness a
She had lesy
ve-y pretty your..; irirl.
checks, bri'iit 1 W-. and
hair, and .die gae her testimony with a
misdivl haii"i!ig ! tlie head, show
ing her tebeuniwd te such a j)l;;c-. jvt
the p::-ss lceent
i..ide,.-t., .d tha: hi.s !
. iiih private in the ;
.Jiig.'nial t hi-. la-;e ; j
il with su
ich Clearness an
pv.rptse. tl::i- ti'.e :a:n'r s
When she left the .stand and took her
i nee i!
Little- li-i ..
77; .'-.s ''
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rc.i'i a . i'.'u
.' ';;:(h: :.!,
..aiiu i.,- the
pi 1-0 .ii u en.
1 'l.Uleii u.iju'-t :'
i" th: !; .-!iil-
I during an ; x
i'j had b. ei: the
I ;-;.:': and
. his eyes fellow d her, and when she
heu-e vi'b n-r tnead he :!
lowed her huia-clf. lie le.-t. no time in
;;. ti.ii..; introduced ( Ihc young lady, and
the kind h.-ail wlrh-h via. touelied at the
distil.-.-, of :i ,i.ed-rt gill, jiassiug thieugh
the i-nical !' a c;ess examination by a
Iiap and t:i-l:y lawyer, se.ni wen that of
-.-1 1, j.
1 new i.ii'.t
: w by the
(). Gar: i.-e:i
1 M... ...
Hit, iiin ; 1
' live in th
11 .;f the lelii !,..;. '-.'1 ..f the
r:d th-v v.'c.i' nnuiijd. Tin
ijiecr p:ii t of the com. lv en a
pi-'lita'd- little f.um, Irtppy and eon touted, j
i'verv '.ear, at. e-MirL tiii'.c, tlifvcomete
i town, and pass ene-h.r.lfday sitting in that
xv.,s ; fi out scat, and v.ith their hinds elad
wai-h the pre;ic-; e: t:
'"What . hali th- 1
wiiii- e chiM h.iv'.r..
1- ,!!. ; 1 . it; - ii-.
in;' lai:eu:i -e !
ln-r put out
le li-0 ipit'si
.sclier de with a, mother
1 uratelui I
! 11ic- ewe
iea.-iivr-.' j!e au
put her n! or iiav
v :ive; ihe teacher
ili .-e, and provide:.
uiliuiK r. in
. hetiur .i-rus.su chi'-!i.-h
-l)-..!: (Jein-.an in
ou a in 1
ground, tlm oeelor
ii tiie (icrnnm i ua of
....'l.li-st of J:in,-,r..i- s the pupil ihmi'd
i ii.,vs-.ed with thi.'i'act lliat l":iuli-h i-.
!.;;i.'.':-u- ;;i 1 .-ueia: u-"- !! tnis -eii:it,-.
.; tint ii d! '. '.iVa'.ly i his a !vai:la-,'e
i..-u-eiilm l'.ii'i-i-lf i- make use of it in
general cenvd.-ati 1 id ae'juii- a lurlVe!
;lllew!i:.i .-' -if i;.
IveT. A. 1'. i'veriv continued i:i Icetuie
l::iiii: lae.l Slci-i-.!:!.
ad'ijitintr !ext books for the jutblic ch .ds.
We have held, that there is hut onetime
in the year when the question of t-xt
books can h a -leil u; e, viz : The lim.i
between the eld-lien of teachers and the
what h- eali
l- -.:m v 1 !;-
lain ; dev.-iiru.-s t-r u-.pait-
;': -I-:- of it te yi.-intr pupil. '-..
I the syi-.ip iti. etic or teil.i.--!;.!
he .-.r.tiem d v eel" rs net
le.'.ied t .1 eireiii : .
epcuia ; tt tl!
heid that ihc (..ichei.) employed must h;
invited t- attend the mt. li.i- called re de
eide tip.m text books and that when pres
ent they have a riht (. sjeak en tin
ma ler lie. ere I lie ixianl, under jirepe
r.-niii. it 1 his. but net a nijotte vel
lrejG.sci! Itallread i:xtcu!en General Cor-
Very nearly every paper in Lancaster
county has had something te say, at some
time within the past couple of months, of
Messrs. Vr. W. Upp and Jeseph H. Black,
of this place, entering into a contract with
tne Pennsylvania railroad company te
straighten the track from a point near
Kauiihian's quarries te the switches at the
lower end of the cast yard. Xe doubt
the people who have read the many
newspaper articles te this effect are
wondering why the work is net commenc
ed and hurried through with. But just
here is where the "hitch " is te be found.
It is true that the contractors named have
been awarded the contract and expect,
some time or ether, te go ahead with it ;
but before work can be commenced a con
tract of another sort will have te be given
priority and precedence, and upon the re
sult of this will be determined whether or
net Messis. Upp and Black may begin
their wertc. This contract of priority is
the securing, br the Pennsylvania railroad
company, of the right of way te make
their proposed improvements. They
have decided te lay their tracks en
ground net yet their property. The
purchase of this property is what we
mean when we sny ' a contract of another
sort will have te be given precedence.
This contract may be entered into at any
day, but we have positive information
that it has net jet been consummated.
Messrs. Upp and Black have made all
their arrangements te go ahead. They
have built, en Grubb's land below Kauff
man quarries, a large bearding shanty as
it is called and a stable for the horses te
be used. They 'have even secured
their horses and are keeping
them in . the stable. The bearding
shanty has been put in charge of a man
new employed by the Pcnnyylvdiiiu rail
road company, and some of the fixtures of
the establishment as well as the necessa
ries have been laid in. It new remains te
be seen whether these buildings have been
erected te be tern down arain or whether
they will be pn e use. The matter will
probably be d . .- -1, one way or the ether,
before many f puss by.
Infernifiti reached Columbia, this
morning, of '-ursting of a cannon, last
night, at ; Harber, whilst being used
at a politic .altering ami the killing of
two men ij the wounding of several
Geerge C. llaldemaii, of Perth Ambey,
X. .L, is visiting friends in town.
The school beard will held its regular
monthly meeting this evening.
L. M. Williams, with Ids family, left
heie this morning en a business and pica
sine trip te Xe-.v Yerk city and Bosten,
Mass. They will be gene several days.
A meeting of the Mite society of the
E. K. Lutheran church was held last even
ing in the church lecture room, when com
mittees were appointed te make all ar
rangements for a festival for the benefit of
the church, te be given in Company II
armory en Thanksgiving (Thursday) even
ing, Xevember 2it!i, ami the two evenings
following Friday and Saturday, the 2Gtli
md 27th; The meeting was largely at-
taking down, with paper and pencil, what
members of the church congregation
would give toward making the alfair a
The river, by icasen of the high winds
blowing from the northwest, is in a
troubled state te-day, but notwithstanding
this several re Its passed here this morn
ina;. The river is yet in geed rafting con
dition. Ottite a number of Columbians wiil ire
j ' le the ex-roast at Silver bptings this even-
Yeu are respectfully invited te call and see our store and elegant stock
of goods. We are receiving frequent importations of new and beautiful
goods from France, Italy and Switzerland, which arc put en exhibition as
seen as received.
"We have an extensive stock of Diamonds, including some rare gems
of large size. We have an attractive exhibition of Oil Paintings, Musical
Bexes with various attachments, Geld and Silver Watches for ladies or
gentlemen at very low prices. Keyless Clocks suitable for school room,
Teachers' Bells, Ink Stands, Geld Pens and Helders, Paper Knives, Ther
mometers, &c. We have everything in the regular Jewelry Line, and
many articles net usually found in the jeweler's stock.
Teachers are cordially invited te employ some of their leisure time in
a visit te our store.
H. Z. RHOADS & BRO., Jewelers,
Ne. 4 West King Street.
THUBSDAY EVENING, NOV. 11, 1880.
HE HAS WRIT-TEN NO LETTER.
And Declines te Diceuss the Situation.
Assault anU Uattcry.
Palmer Ilauck, David Hauck and Jacob
Trestell, had a hearing before Alderman
Spurrier this morning, en the charge of
assault aud battery, brought by Jacob D.
Warfel. They were held in bail for ceuit.
'"I.- 1 f-7 . 1 T 7 -. ."!?. . 1 . "
I I I I I .' ! VI ."Mil ' .TfUlOl -I.l.l .-11.11 roil lOi 1
'1 . 1. '-.i-'--. ......... - !...,. , - 1 tcnued and the society members enter
' ''; " CV,'V!' :"ll M5iK V-1" m" lm.icct with a uoeJ will. Aiirones te th
uie, e,:- , h..u;.ii. .says: , e nave , ;vckiv sav we noticed a couple of ladie
u-quv. :u .v. im ...c i-an,!. .... """i , :,irradv at work this iiieniin-'-that is,
mi. it..-. 111 ne j;t iiichci 1'JiiiL; tin: ineuc et
-.:; an e
ey se nine a .;nn
t-.vcen Samuel i
t:-.ec the ominous eudeised-
; as Judge Liw. '!.
the i;::u.:ctie:i cas.; b;--Krh-kb.mm
and the Uci-
ured en -Obje-:
at .ei'.e length ei
eid the haim-'iiv 'i'
Vijii.-h he breiigbt nji'Hi thi
el c IIO"
stage a el;:-. :' iii'le l;.y aud girls, and
plaeiiu; upon Ih- bl..e!d.i.ird bcfeie them
!-. -cametiieal i: jure containing straight
and cut vel lines and the tlnte pri-.nar;.
color.- :n, eilev and blue aud tin
sce-ind.i.y coleis- -green, purple ami
The packing setters aud a couple of ma-chiiii.-is
in the Pennsyh-ania railroad round
heue are yet working en full time, net-
' tun school b .ar.l. .Iuis-e lliwc'l .iuet-r. lb- ' w'tiistaiuung tne wen; 01 emer employees
1 -let !' a-sei.iblv win,.'' i- a-, fol'e-vs ' '",s ee'euicut down one hour. Business is
' ' rmmediuteiv after lhe"mnu..i' eh-.-tiei'i of ' r:'1,i;i- live.,V t the round house.
taelir-r.--iuea.-h dt-tii.-t of the -trte -tud -.n ominous lean 01 young men passeu
b.'fe,-.' the opening of
. eii-uiisg term, ihi-re shall be
th? directors or e".nt rollers
knev.-lcdirc of tJui:
all eue.4i4Il-. rait
k pii.ie- .iir ii'.ilcil the cla - tit
I in' pupils an-v. en
-.'lc.s a:.d nan
in a!isc;- te ;
cm . ica-.iiiv.
blle-t.- and l-cipi i.
am' :v;vii!y dbli::-
j.iiiuai-' tixuu l.:e .-eeii.i;iail-amed
tl.ecoieis formed by :.
1 . inn n. : ii
ic pri'ii.11 se.-.
lieiges :-ai.t he hardly
i.ui.i go about teachi.ig a
color blind: but hc-bi-
ki.cw hew he
lieis.m that w:
liciid tint 1 ens-t. oil diilling of the pupil
in the eaiiipknientary enlers v.euiii .-e ioi iei ioi
preve the lenses of the eye as te en.ib'.
the ptijid lhially te distiiiuih them.
Music 'ilird hi.i;'" and " Waudi r
'The l'.-e aud Abuse of Object L: .
sons' formed tlie subjects of a Icclute by
Prof, lluehiie. '!'he greatest, of all ob
ject ks.sens were these el' the creation,
when the morning stars sang tegether:
the next, when the Lurd called ail the
animal.-, of the world before Adam thai he
might name them. Xathun taught D.-.-.-'d
by a ni"st impressive object lesM.n. .el. -men
and Christ taught by object kss.iiis,
se did Galilee. The lecluier mentioned
these thing;; heeaiisj even in this day theie
are titee v.he sneer at eiiject lcseii.
The use ff object lessens is. limt. of all, te ,
train the i.eivcplive facilities, te te.-.eh u
te see, te observe, te scrutinize, le gain ;
information. Objective teaciiing should '
permeate all classes net merely piimary (
classes. There are abuses, however, te be I
guarded against : it is ae abuse of object
teaching te have a teaehei attempt le use
this method who is i-.eL qualified le d
se, and theic aie some who cannot
tcacli by objects. Anether abuse is te at
tempt I" tea-di by use of live animal-', !
biids, ice. The Ieciurer.e--:iiibited en the
stage a set of objects with which te give :
instruction in form and color. They con- 1
Mslcd of balls, cubes, eylinders. cones, tri
di.strict. at v. hieh meeting
Lers and eo::irellers . shall se-!-!"ide
npju :. series of school
the different branches te be
:riii'; llieensuing seli'iel term.
bic'i-inge ett'"-;.-; titan en -a in three year-,
fa his iijiii.ieti the judnc discti'-fcs at ccu-.-idi-rable
length whether the preseucu of
i.-'chers is nieii-Iy directory or mand.iteiy
a'td that i;; order te make an adoption :;c :;c
rerdbi.; te the aci of A-sembly, it ntu-.t i:e
-lone in the ptc-encc of teaehci. ."
.-.'wi.,! !,-it... thieugh town yesterday afternoon and
,,.,.,.(,,p,.r , incv appetucii te "- cnievutg tnemseives
mining 01 . ,.-,,' - - -
vrhieh beidrs and no ether shall be
tiie ti-h'ieK (br. ing said, period JJ
.vqii' til ae! the dircctei-:u-i: net
Tl:-.; .";a:i V,'!i' S -ret t: Vete.
A cerre-spn". '-.-nt of the Heading Ki'u'
ivrite.s i. that paper n follews: ' Jr.
Tobias S. Geibart was busy eleciieiicering
atthelJibesen poll. He tried te get all
the !eiii.ieratie votes in the township,
mil sent a m-.n witii aherse and wagon te
bring Samuel Iferbitte all the way from
P.ownian'wiile, Lanca-ter eeunJv. Mr.
llerbitte is burning charcoal up there, but
Thunder and lightning accompanied the
rain storm of last night. The weather
cleared this morning and the day bids fair
' te be clear and pleasant.
I The class recently formed for instruc
tion in dancing will meet this evening at
Black's hotel. Prof. Gcrbcr, of Yerk, will
1 be asked te take charge of the class and
. two lessens a week will be given. The
' class numbers about eighteen.
; The Pennsylvania railroad's new sched
ule is net popular with Columbians. The
j m-irning newspapers get, here later than
ever, when the contrary should be the
The Vigilant fire company will give a
dance en Thanksgiving evening.
The Wrigiitsviile iiepublieans hadaju
, bilce htsL .Jiighl.
II you are troubled with fever and ague,
dumb ague, bllleu3 fever, jaundice, dyspepsia,
or any iTisease of the liver, bleed or stomach,
and wish te get well, try the new remedy.
Prof. Guilmette's French Liver Pad. Ask your
druggist ler It, and take no ether, and if he has
net get it send $l..V in a letter te the French
Pad Ce., Teledo. ., and receive one by return
3Tui: cause for the happiness et that man
across the way is that he went te WILLIAM
SOX&FOSTEK. 35 Last King street, Lancas
ter, the ether day, and purchased one or their
fineltcvcrsibie Overcoats, which they are sell
ing at prices ranging from $13 te $20. He gives
yen geed advi.-e when he tells you te go and
uuu them. nevlO-tfd
IJuv. IlE-niT Anas says: "J earnestly believe
that Day'a Kidney Pud u the only innillible
remedy in the world ler that prevalent and
distrci-iing complaint Mine!; Ache.'"
1 1 S- wd M W.'i F& v
Albright. Xev. 9.1SS0, In this city, Oeorge
Albright, in the 77th year of his age.
The relatives and friends et the family are
respectfully invited te attend the luneral from
his late residence, Xe. 132 East Chestnut street,
en Friday afternoon at two o'clock. Interment
at Lancaster cemetery. itd
Xesdit. In this city, en the 10th in.t., Mrs.
Susan Xcsbit, widow of Charles Xesbit, aged
The relatives and friends et the family are
resjiectltilly invited te attend the funeral
from her late residence, Beayer street, en Fri
day afternoon at -2 o'clock. 2td
tJcxDAKER. Xevember 10. 1SS0, in this city,
Henry U imdiikcr, in the 42d year efhis age.
SJFuncral en Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock
from hi late residence, Xe. H2 Xerth Queen
strset. Services at St. James Episcopal fliurcli.
THE PERJURY CASES.
IXTEUESTIXt; DKVEMJPMKNTS PKO.U-I9EU.
Sew lerk UarKet.
Xkw Yerk. Xev, 11. Fleur State and West
ern a shade stronger with fairlv ac
tive expert and jobbing trade demand :
aiiperttne, at s: 0051 35: extra de at
I '$.. " c'10'f e. de, ft 0 1 ft) ; tancy de
JJ 9..gtCU ; round hoop Ohie $47533 : choice tte
at fjl0& 00; supeninc western .:tM3 .r;
comuien te geed extra de IM?tS5: choice
iloftOOflbeO; choice v.-liit wheat de l 75
G &; Sentnern quiet and stcadv.mederaKMn
quiry; common t iair extra "at $3 1035 05;
gerni te cnoJeo de ?5 703700.
Wheat Jrficl Jwerand tairly active, main
ly speculative : Xe. 1 White, lee.,$i itwl -20
de Jan., il -21 ; Xe. -2 Kc.l. Xev.. $1 lH-jSl -21 ;
de Dec.. 51 -21-.4'1 -2i. ; tle Jan.. $1 i;?5l -21.
Cern scarcely se firm: Mixed western spot.
Oats about steady ; Xe. 2 Pec. 4-2,VJ ; ile .Inn,.
43VCc; State 4149.c ; Western 40Cl!la
PiiiLADatruiA, Xevember 11. Fleur steady,
moderate demand ; supertlne $-2 75fl: 50: cx
tmfl 0034 50; Ohie and Indiana family 550
Sej: Peiin'a laintiv -, -r.a-.-. .-.11 . sr i.nnb
TEE IRISH TROUBLES.
Ths Beading Kallread.
(lencral Telegraphic Sewn.
A FORUEI) LETTEIt.
xixr ad vi:iiTisK3tt:sTs.
FOK SALE CAEAP.
A first-class 1' -horse power Enging and
15-hersu Tubular Heller. Applv at once at
UAUSMAX & IJUl:XS'S OFFICE,
iill-2tdli 10 West Orange Street.
'Deacon Crankrtt.'' Our people may expect
a very enjoyable entertainment at the opera
house en Monday night, when will be pro
duced heie for the lir.n time the new play et
" Deacon Crankctt." by Jehn llabberten,
author of "Helen's liabies." The piece has
been running in Philadelphia during the cur
rent week and has been received with pro
nounced favor by large audiences at the new
Chestnut Street opera house. The scene of the
play is laid in a Xcw England village and
the title character is described in a cress be
twecn the ' Vicar of Wakefield " and " Unde
Dan'l, the Messenger Iren. Jarvis Section."
The action of the play is thoroughly domestic,
anil is illuminated with the jfteady glow of
genuine 1 ankee humor, graced with leuchca
of pathos, mid withal pervaded by a rein of
reniance. Mr. Hen Masinlcy's rendition et the j Q
title role has been classed by competent an- I
therity with Mr. Mac.uiley's and Mr. Pen
Thompson's meat famous creations.
J1 A four-horse power Caloric Engine, in
geed order, will be sold at a bargain. Must be
uispe'.ed otte make room ter a larger ene.
Call en or address
UK. J. K. HAINES & SON.
n4-3tdTli5&Wi: Millersville, Pa.
I invite my lriendsand the public in gen
eral te meet this eveningat Franke's Hetel ter
an extra tatter Kraut Lunch, with roasted aud
fried perk. Ilarbey's celebrated lli-er and
Music. Plenty of scats furnished comfortable
in heated rooms ler the winter,
ltd JOHN IIKSS.
T)U1?LIC SALE AT THE COOPEK HOUSE,
FKIDAY EVKMXls XOVEMIJEIt 12. at
7 o'clock, of a let of ground situated en the
west side of College avenue, 1MI feet front and
ICO leet deep. Will be sold in whole or parts te
Term Ten per cent, caslt. balance April 1,
1SS1. J. W. YOCUM. '
It Exec-ter of A. F. Ilcrr, dee'd.
3 ELECT OANCING SCHOOL!
Metlici-3, ai a delightful sanitary measure,
always order the Cuticum Mediciu-il Seap.
MB. AND MRS. SHANK
will open for the reception et pupils WED
NESDAY, XOV. 17, at 4 p. 11;. for children, S p.
111. ler ladies and gentlemen. All the new
dances taught In one term Kacquct, Alsatian,
Knickerbocker Hacquet and the beautiful
-I'nln" Oii:nlritliv Fnr forms Ai nnnlv-nt
i Am Crazed With Toelliacho i WOODWARD'S MUSIC STOl'tE.
and serves you right for having neglected te j East King street.
use SOZODONT. Had von done se venr mouth ! ' i i-iyer aim erciicsu-a.
would have been healthy and your teeth :
sound, llcl the "snajj" pulled out and com
inence at once using SO.ODONT, 1 hereby
preserving the h.iluuce et your teeth.
Jiult itltter.i rcguiate,purl!j",sti:iigtlien and
nourish the maternal functions.
It is impossible tern woman after a falthlul
course of treatment with Lydla K. Pinkl.am s
Vegetalilu Conipeund te continue te sulfer
v.'ith a weakness et the uterus. Encle-e a
stamp te Mrs. Lydia E. Pinkham, '2-Tt Western
avenue. Lynn, Mass., for pamphlets.
IteeklcsH Driving ami Uiisct.
William Sehult., jr., and a young gen
tleman friend, driving a black mare ina
top buggy around town this afternoon,
urged her te undue speed through the
stiects. and in passing the soldiers'
about three o'clock, turn
suddenly at the north-
a resident of Robeson. WhenTdr. Her- I monument
bine trot within several hundred varda of i ing tee
the nulls, he said he n:u-l see Ames l'.eycr east, corner the marc slippeden the 15cl
lir.t. and then he would come up am! vote ! gi.m blocks and fell with great violence te
the Democratic ticket. Hut air. Ilerbiiie , the pavement, upsetting the buggy, tcar-
rlipped up the ii.iel: way and voted the
licpubliean ticket. Tlie doctor also forget,
te vote. JIe had his tie'ect, ready, and a
crowd" of men came te hint lv tickets,
when ihc doctor put his ticket in his ve.-t
peckel, where li" found it the nest morn
ing. The thought t!i:-:t -.truck him that
"he Jbi-get te vole."
Ed. S;u;:cvh ;:m: His Cases.
F.uiders. who has been wanted for
it-ic lime, gave himself up te the police
r. 1 . " '""
!i;:s several (tayi age. jjastcvenimr tie 1 .-..vin.r ,ni.iiiiw
A ... v- -, .
v. as te have had a hearing before Aldci
man ilair en a charge of felonious asr-ault
and battel v e:i I'atriel
ing the harness and throwing out both ec
cupants of the vehicle. Nobody was hint
aud no Pileus damage done.
St. Stephen's Fair.
The fair of ti.Stcphcn5 Lutheran church
closed last night after a very successful
run. Articles which were chanced oil'
were wen by the following parties who had
the most votes :
Organ, Miss SaliieNerbeck ; geld watch,
JehnOehs: silver watch, l redencK: Ctoes;
Miss .Matrgie It roll :
The Tidy Housewife.
The careful, tidy housewife, when she is giv
iuir her house its spring cleaning, should bear
In mind that the dear inmates et her house arc
mere precious than hetiacs. and that their sys
tems need cleansing by purilyliig the bleed,
regulating the stomach and bowels te j revent
and cure the diseases arN'ng from spring ma
laria and miasma, and she should knew that
there is nothing i hat will de it se perfectly and
surely as Hep ihtteis thu purest ami best of
all 'iicdieiiiCK. Seunthcr column.
Dr. Oakley, of Detroit, says: 'Sellers' Liver
Pills" are admirably calculated, for bilious
ness and lieadae!ie."
Tuu scientific combination of the purest
drugs renders Dr. Itrewnlng's medicines of
the finest llaver, and are readily taken by old
or young. Children especially are net easily
induced te take any kind of medicine, but Dr.
Erewuiug's C. V C. Cordial, for Coughs, Celd.',
Whooping Ceugli. etc.. Is se palatable that they
are eager ler the time te come when they may
have mere. Sold l.y all druggists at 50 cents
per bottle. W. Champien Ure-.vning, M. I).,
Proprietor. 1117 Arch Street, Philadelphia.
lounge, 2trs. Miller ; gnu, Jacob uelf;
irrei.re W.ii. Wisnri- : sniini' wn-mn.
Hag.-n, whom, it u-m. Hchfuss ; dell, iliss Annie Ilaltz :
was alleged, he hid severely beaten some j !):!rl,er tools, Mr. Eisman ; dn
time age. nagen did net appear again-t ; ,.t,:,n- irL.in.v Vj,gncr.
md beie-igcil te and wete lived
.ie re:-ie'.; nil
uiy iricineer et tin-
md " Kv.-t.-
111 the m-iie
Dr. Shumaker lectured en "Lingu.ige."
lie staled that man is the only aunnal that
can touch every part of the interior of the
mouth with his tongue, and hence the only
one that cm aiiieuiate all seund.5. He did
net aecvul the dlrinc that the eri.-in of
language. was:' iac:erepivductioniieunds I the jiurpiisi.
him and the e.ise was dismissed.
As seen as Sanders was discharged Ofii
' cer ileli'ian arrested him en a charge of
, a-ault and b.ittery. juefcrrcd by Jehn II.
I Keller. This assault eecuried in August.
1 1870. but Sanders lias never been arrested
j for it. lie g.ue bail for a hearing.
.v. .stoel: remjiany. unilrr tne name et
AHheu.-e, Ciissman ic Ce., has purchased
about an acie of ground en the line of the
railroad., cast of the station in Lititz, for ;
Hets Net Vet Decided.
Thoc who have made bets en the pres
idential election will remember that the
president, is elected by the electors and
that, they have net yet voted. The presi
dential election is decided when the vote
of the electors is opened and declared by
Congress, and net before.
In the ebituarv notice of Geerge Al-
ei ether animals, as me 111-s 01 tn geese, 1
the baa of the her;, the mew e;' the cat- '
and the bow-wow of the deg. At some, j
length lie discussed the languages of an- .
eient and modem times, and showed the
iacilitv with which the English language '
adapted te its u-cs words and phrases e!
ether language!-', thus enriching itself.
The lectin er also laid great stress upon
the necessity of a distinct articulation.
Te-Xigbl'r. j.ri'turc. .
llev. Dr. O. II. Till'any, who was en the
pregramme i'er this evening's lecture, is
.f.eieeting a plow faelerv, i bSt, in yesterday's paper a, sentence
feuudrv ami maehine shop. Werk en the "- V -M lB l"!le ,u " ,UJ" "c
nevei lest a (.ay en .ii-cimiii, ui iii un
sickness, for 42 years" It should have
structure will commence immediately, and
will be pushed rapidly forward te eetnple-
1011. Constant emp'leunen! will he given il11 "i:i te V1.0 ,.""? .,f
e about fifty workmen. J which resulted in his death
Jlroke Open a Frcigni Car.
Julius IJroetncll and Miehacl MeManus,
two boys bearded an eastern bound
freight train at Columbia yesterday after
noon. They broke open the deer of a
leaded car and entered it. The conductor
of the car arrested them and bringing them
te this city they were handed ever te Ofli-
Deatli of a Herse.
This morning a valuable" little horse be
longing te Themas J Houghten, livery
man, of Seuth Queen street, died at the
stable. Mr. Houghten has lest several val
uable horses recently.
unable te appear bv rc.is-en of illness, his ! cer Kamz at me depot. Uicy were taKen
'.hvsieian havin" pesilivelv forbidden him ! tthe station house aud Alderman Mc Mc
te leave his room. His place will be sup- 1 I'onemy committed them for a hearing.
1:...l 1... II ... ':;..f.. T.liwil f.ii.mei-li- .
l, ', T-. ,c T ""- ' , J ' Large Attraction. !
clerk of the I nitcd btates Heuse of lttp- r v , r", . . - .
.,-scuta-i-.-rs. who will deliver a lecture en- '!n-e.t L Leatpi s variety company ,
titled. The IIeu-j of Kcprescntatives as I " ""a '" "-" .ippcarneie
a,t-.lief ilsChief l l": 1'Klll,lua. " '" ""l '?." l. nirgesi
S.i-en Through the Spectacles of its Chief
Clerk.'" The Icc'.m-c is said te abound in
entertaining petseaal anecdotes' aud
company ei the icinuin tiic Luitcu btatcs.
it will contain nearly 109 people, including
two full brass bauds.
The regular November term of quarter
sessions court begins en Monday next,
there are 110 cases'dewn for trial en the
printed list, none of which are of any great
This morning the directors of the Penn
sylvania railroad passed west through this
city en a special train at 10:23. They aie
en their annual tour of inspection.
Xe remedy ler kidney diseases heretofore
discovered can be held for one moment in com cem com
parisen with Warner's Safe Kidney and Liver
Cure. C. A. Harvey, . P., Washington, D. V.
AVines ler Medicine.
.Seme time since we stepped at Passaic, X..L,
and fere really surprised te wee the amount of
Mr. Speer's stock et Pert Grape Wine en hand
it is almost labtileus. Four store houses are
filled, and tiers upon tiers of casks, up and
down stlars, and in some cases huge casks oc
cupy every available spot, leaving only little
alleyways through which te walk. It is an
illimitable quantity of wine. Xone is sold
unless it lias acquired the age et four years,
and Hie buildings 1, 2, 3 and 4, arc of thu first,
second, third and leitrth years' Tint age. Our
druggists have some of the eldest of the above
Wine direct from Mr. Specr. Patttrsen Guar'
Thit. wine is new in demand ler commit
nlen purpose. It is excellent for weakly per
sons before retiring.
This wine is endorsed by Dra. Atice and
Davis, and sold by II. K. Slayniaker.
r 1 m:ah eks 1 nstitut 1:.
IN FULTON" MALL.
TUUKSDAY, XOV. 11. -A Visit te the Yo Ye
semite Valley." Dr. O. II. Tiiluny, Philadel
FKIDAY, XOV. It!. Headings by Prof. Frank
ISradferd, Xew Yerk City.
j(J3Sale et Iteserved beats will bep;iii en
Monday, Xev. 8, at 9 a. 111.. at L. Fen Dei-smith's
Heek Stere, Xe. 3-2 East Iving street.
Course t lekets for reserved seats $1.50
Single ticket for reserved seats 40
Single ticket, general admission -
Lectures will begin at f o'clock.
!YI Call special attention te the production
of THE UEEAT XEW lOKK SUCCESS r.t the
M0.M AY, NOYEXUEli 15, 1SS0,
a Xcu England Idyl, by Jehn Habberton,
author of Helen's liable.
MR. BEN MAGINLEY
will be supported bv a select Company of Xev.
1 erk Artists, and Mr. Mishler guarantees one
of the most satisfactory performances ever
given in Lancaster.
XO ADVAXCE IX PKICES-.
35, .10 & 75 Cents.
Keserved Seats at Yecker's Otlice.
On THCltSDAY, XOVKMlSEtt II, ISMi,
will be sold at public sale at the lirape hotel.
Xerth Queen street, the following described
real estate te wit :
A two-story brick D WELLIXC HOUSE and
two contiguous half lets of ground, Xe. 4K, en
tin: neitli side et East King street, in the
city of Lancaster, each et .-aid halt lets con
taining in front 31 feet '-! incites, ami
'Jl.' leet in depth te u 14-feet wide alley, to
gether with 2 leet 0 inches wide in fre.tf en
said East King street and of that width north
ward te the distance of 45 feet et the adjoining
property en the northwest for the use et an
Possession will be given en April 1, 1SS1
Part of the purchase money may remain en
the property for one year, it desired.
Sale te commence at 7 b'eleck p.m. et said
day. SAMUEL SHOCH.
llESUY SUUBEUTAllCt. O'iVtsd
" Female complaints," arc the result el tin
pure bleed. Use ' Lindsey's Bleed Searcher."
"Dretcn's Jiranchial 2'rcches-' are used with
advantage te alleviate Coughs, Sele Threat,
Hoarseness and Bronchial AU'ectiens. Fer
thirty years these Troches have been in use,
with annually increasing favor. They are net
new and untried, but, having been tested by
wide and constant use for nearly an entire
generation, they have attained welt-merited
rank among the few staple rciiiedice of the age.
"JfriMiiit Jirenchial Troches'' act directly
en the organs of the voice. They have nn ex
traordinary effect inall disorders of the Threat
and Larynx, restoring a healthy tone when re
laxed, either iron, cold or ever-exertion et the
voice, and produce a clearand distinct enunci
ation. Speakers and Singers ih the Treche
A Cough, Celd, Catarrh. 01 Sere Threat re
quires immediate attention, as neglect often
times results in-some incurable Lung Disease.
"Brown's Jlrenchirtl Troches" will almost in
variably give relief. Imitations arc eirercd Ter
sale, many ei which are injurious. The genu
ine ,,Jlrew?t's Jirenchial Troches" are sold
only in boxes. tanl.Vlyd&wTu.ThAS
KACrrsiAS C'UAltLES. On the 11th et Xovem Xevem
ber, 1SS0, by th Kev. W. T. Gerhard, at lib res
idence, Xe. 31 East Orange street, Mr. Aaren
G.Tiiiullinaii, of East Hemptield, te Mi Fan
nie li. Charlei, et Maner. ltd&w
Duslap May. Xevember 10, 1SS0. ut the
residence et the bride's parents, bv Itcv. Dr.
Greenwald, Stephen II. JJuiilap, of Lancaster
township, te Miss Clara E. May, daughter or
lelin May, of Lancaster city.
"VTJEW AND Itl-:SH
GROCERIES AND FRUITS.
Xew Foreign and Demestic Fruits.
HECKEK'S SELF-llAItlXG FLOFU,
FKES1I AliKOX OAT MEAL,
CIIOICL COFFEES AXD TEAS:,
CONFECTIONS AXD XUTS.
A PULL LINE OF 00S.
Your waiits can be well and cheaply sup
J). S. BUPiSK'S,
17 East K'.nsr Street. Lancaster.
WA.MKD.-.EVEKVBOUV TO ADVElt
tlse, free of charge, in tlie Intulliecn
cer, who wants something te de.
AXTK1L A WOMAS COMPKTENT TO
de the coeklngantl asssist in the gener
al housework in a small family. Wages, JI0
te $15 per month, luquireitt this eflice.
nfAXTED AT SYLVKSTKK'S TOIIACCO
y Ite-swcating Works, Cherry alley, a
person who has had experience in that busi
ness and willing te make himseit generally
useful in the warehouse. Alse, several geed
cigar makers. ltd1
pAKGAIXS FOK KVKUYBODY.
RAKE CHANGE IN CARPETS,
Positive sale te Ucduce Stock et
6,000 Yards Brussels Garnets,
AT AXD BELOW COST.
Call and satlsly yourself. Alse, Ingrair, Bag
and ClialiiCarpetsinalinestcndlcss variety .ut
H. S. SHIRK'S
203 WEST KINO STREET,
Gen. Hancock lilsclnlms Certain Sentiments
Attributed te linn unci Says lie Can Can
net Discuss tlie Presidential
Question Without In
delicacy. New Yerk, Xev. 11. In an interview
with Gen. Hancock at Governer's Island
by an associated prCss reporter this morn
ing the "cncral dented that the letter
purporting- te have been written
by him te an army officer at
Washington touching the New Yerk vote,
was written by him, and said that he was
one of the few persons vlve could net dis
cuss the presidential election at preset
without indelicacy. He also said if there
was a letter in existonce from him pur
porting te be of that tenor, let it be produced.
family ie ,.a(leJ: Minnesota family SS&lft.l 73;
Straight $J OOit; .-() : Winter patent stC'i-'MTirsw
uye Heur at jj iwi . .,0.
Wheat strong and higher: Xe. 2 Wetern
Ited 1 17; Penn'a. Ked St li;gU7; ; Amber
Cern lirm, with geed inquirr ; yellow 3S'.0
5Cc: mixed 2$Qi$ic.
Outs steady, Willi" fair demand : Xe. 1. White
4Ce: Xe. 2 He -lie; Xe. 3 de S94hlu; Xe.l!
ltye steady at 9c?c.
Previsions steady; hilss perk old. i 15 IS'45
l.".": denew, Stlia!(:."0; beet hams $iS."HJQ'
1DW: Indian m.-.-s beet at !S ."; bacon smok
ed sl-.eulders .rr.,ii?i;e : salt de flic; smoked
I'.atnslOfiliiV.c: pielcled liams Sff'A-.
Lard steady: city kettle sr;gOe : loose
butchers' Se; prime steam iS l.r.
nutter Choice wanted ; Creamery extra 32e;
dogeod te eiieiee -JUiJulc: 15 C and X. Y. ex
tra itiJ'-iOc ; Western leservi- extra 2-j22le;
de geed te choice iiljjilV: Kells choice linn:
Peiin'a Kstrti -ilgitc; Western Steit-rve extra
Egs scarce and firm; r.-nn'a Extra 27c
WfMeiii Extra iV.
Cheese dull but wea ; Xew Yerk lull
cream at i::)xl."r'4e: Wi-ileru full creaii at
Vll'.Q13c: de lair le geed at 5112e; de hair
IVtreleum 'duil : retiiietl lie.
Wlti-ky setirceat it 11.
Seed- Geed te prime clever dull at 1; .V.),"5
7 Mi; Timethv nominal at i7U5;-Si: l'Ia-ee 1
liiii-t at $1 .
Xt:v Yer.x Stecus.
Perjury lit the Miitcy Letter Tilil.
New Yekk, Xev. 11. Samuel S. Jlerey
and James O'Biien, who yesterday con
fessed te perjury in the Chinese letter
case, were again taken te the district at
torney's eilice this morning. Several 111cm
beis of the ilerey family from lasaehu
setts swore that there was no such man
as ILL. Merey, aiidsevcr.il witnesses from
Cumberland, 3Id., were present. The
confessions of both men were formally
signed and the evidence was laid before
the grand jury. Other arrest.'; arc expected
during the day.
After the confessions had been signed
by the two men, they were committed in
default of $5,000 bail each. O'Ui-irn was
taken back te the Tombs and Merey's
friends started out te leek for bail. The
confessions, it is said, will be made public
late this afternoon. Indictments against
the prisoners will be found te-day. The
reasons why the confessions are held back,
it is said, arc because they implicate cer
tain persons who arc net yet under arrest.
The Irish Agit.itlen Grewing Ap.iee.
Londen', Xev. 11. A telegram from
I'allina represents that great excitement
prevailed titers in consequence of a report
that fifty Orangemen would pass through
that place for Ilagcett's farm. Firearms
weic issued and carried by bauds of men te
oppose the passage of the Orangemen. A
meeting was hastily called at which leaded
revolvers were produced and most violent
language against the government was
Information that Piclends Trouble.
Losdex, Xev. 11. The Time this
morning says : " We believe the Irish ex
ecutives are in possession of ample and in
disputable proof that net alone a spirit of
lawlessness, but its organized forces and
systematic methods are spreading from
county te county."
The Manchstcr Guardian says it is un
derstood the Mr. Ferster, chief secretary
for Ireland, pi csentcd in yesterday's cabinet
council evidence as te the state of affairs in
Ireland which might excite alarm if the
government were net thoroughly provided
for any contingency. It is believed how
ever, that Sir. Ferster is c nifideiit that
the premise of just legislation and the
firm maintenance of order will enable the
winter te pass without any coercive measures."
Mectlnuet the American Committee.
Piiii.Aur.i.PHiA, Xev. 11. A full meet,
ing of the American committee, appointed
te consider the affairs of the Philadelphia
& Heading railroad company, was held to
day at the efiice of the company. Mr. J.
B. Lippiucett was chosen chairmitn
and J. Y. Humphreys secretary. Mr.
Themas Wilde Powell appeared before
the committee, and after a statement
made by him it was unmistakably decided
that in view of the forward state of pres
ent financial negotiations by receivers and
managers it was unnecessary for the com
mittee at tlie time te take any action.
The committee, therefore, adjourned te
meet at the call of the chairman. Mr.
Gewen was net piesent.
W.piiix(;tex. Xev. 11. Fer the Middle
states, clear or partly cloudy weather, pre
ceded in the northern part by occasional
rain, southwest te northwest winds, lower
temperature, rapidly rising, preceded in
the northern part by stationary or lower
lire in Chicago. '
Cihcaoe, Xev. 11. A flic broke out
at 11 o'clock last night in the large fivc fivc
stery building en Randelph street, near
Fifth avenue, adjoining the Briggs house,
and occupied by Summers, Clark & Ce.,
picture frame manufacturers. The less is
estimated at $90,000.
' In Self Deleuse."
Bum.iXGTOX, Iowa, Nev. 11. " Tip "
Lundregan,'a railroad employee, was killed
by Rese Clairmont, a courtesan of this
cily, last night. Miss Clairmont, who has
surrendered herself te the police, claims te
have shot him in self defense.
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Cleveland & Pitts
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Lecal Stoclef It ml Jtenils.
Laiu.CifV 'i tier et. Lean. due f-S-'.i...lli)
" " ' " !SS-... lilt)
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' .1 per 1 1. !n 1 or 3') yearn..
I.ane. ami Quarry v'c It. It. bend
" ' " stock
l.aiica--ler and Kplu-at-i titrnnihe...
I.ane , iCiizahcthrii and Miildlet':i..
I.aiieasterainl Kruitvilii; turnpike.
Lineastt-rau'l I.itil. turnpike
Lancaster and Maner tiirupile-
LaiK-a-teraiid Mnnhcim liirniiine.
L'lucasterand Marietta tur..iikL-..
Lane. an. I Xev.- Helland luriipitcc..
I.ane. and .-trasburg tiirnpl!;e
Line. anilSiiiU!-h:inna turnpike..
Lane, and Willow Stieet turnpike.
Farmers' Nat. Hank of l.auc:t.-,ti r...
Kirst Nat. Hank of Lancaster
Ltneasti-r Ceiinly Nat. Cank
Iniuirer Printing Ce
Lane.Ua-) Light and r'ud Ce. stock.
Miss m. j:. jill. t:acu kk or maw.
ing in thet.Ii -I-' High Scheel, widies te
obtain pupils in tin; vai ions styles et drawing
ami painting, iluaiiliuicu Ne.ar West Onuigu
street, l'tiisa'ter-d and repaired al tlu same
All kinds of lieusr; Painting and Crail.ing
done at tlie shortest notice and in lliebi-st pos
sible style. We have reduced our prices te
$1.73 per duv. shop 011 Chiirlolte street.
eetl2-:;nef ALLKX Ut'TiliriK .-c SONS.
il The mem hers of Lcde Xe. VZ, 1". iind A.
M.. are 1 ctpuMed te meet at their hall en Sat
urday afternoon at !) o'clock, for tin- purpose
of attending the luneral of eurdeccuti-d broth
er, Henry (iundaki-r. The bretlirt-n of Lain Lain
berten Lede. Xe. I71I, are invited le partici
pate. i;y order of the W. M.
MRS. C. LILLEli,
Manufaetiin-rand Dealerin Hair Werk, Ladies
and Cents' Wigs Combings btr.ilglitenvd and
uiatlete order.' Hair Jewelry of all kinds made
up. Alse. Kid (llevesaud Peat hers cleaned anil
dyi-il. at Xes.-iil and i!-.'7 North (.lueeu street,
fouriteorsaliove P. It. It. Depot. el-.lmd
835,000 Libel Suit.
Denvlh, Xev. 11. R. L. Hirshberg
has instituted a libel suit against the
Recky Mountain 2Ceie$ for $25,000 damages.
GRKAT IVESTEnX GUN WORKS, Pitts
burgh. Pa. Send ttam for catalogue
Ititlcs, shot guns, revolvers sent C. O. I), re
iVLLL KNOWN DKACUUT ALL.
is new ready for eensuniers, wlielesaleanil
IiOTKLS iSESTAfKANT.-) AXD l'CIVATB tAILtC4
can be supplied v.ith Hits wiiolesemi: ami
nourishing beverage. All orders will receivn
punctual attention and deliverance.-, made at
s'lert notice. Call or address
Ne. MU Iasl King Street,
cctlMuut iiucster. Pa..
S OUU1.NA.NCK PROVIDING IOK
unilerui curbstones in the city et Laneas-
ScctiekI. He it ordained by the Select and
Common Council.-, et the city et Lancaster,
that in all cases where by cxlstlmr ordinances
curbstones are reuiri'd'te beset by the own
ers of any lets situated and hounded upon uny
puhlic street v.itliin the city of Lancustersiieh
curbstones shall be et granite st-me, with an
upper or lop edge seven inches thick, net lcs
than twenty inches .tide nor less than five
leet leng: and the upper or top edge and se
much of tin: side facing the street as will be
exposed abe'i- the surface of the gutter shall
be dri-s-ed te an even and straight surface.
SECTiex'i That in c.iie of default by owners
of property te set curlBtei.es el" tha quality
and dimensions provided for in Section I, the
Street Committee shall proceed te have stteli
curbs bet as and in the manner provided by
ordinances new in force, ut the cost et siteii
owners of property.
Ordained and enacted into a law at the City
enUtiicaster, October . I.-.-0.
President Common Council.
Clerk Common Council.
KOllKItT A. KVAXS.
J. K. Ii.r.n. President Select Council.
Clerk Select Council.
The above Ordinance, net having been re
turned by the Mayorte tlie body-in which it
originated within tin: period specltled by law,
becomes eirective without the .Mayer's signa
ture, according te the previsions of said law
P. L., IS7l,p.2U.
nOv9-3td Clerk Common Council.
1'STATK OF NELSON TALP.OT, LATEOr
li Honeybrook township. Chester county,
deceased. Letters testamentary en said estaP:
having been grunted te the undersigned, all
persons indebted te said decedent are request
ed te make Immediate scttiement.und tiiesO
having claims erdeinandsugainst the estate et
said decedent, t inaKe known the same te thu
undesigned without delay,resii!iag in Honey Heney
brook township, Chester county. Pa.
14.1 . x.il.li4.
11. K. Davis,
Sunplee P. e.
Clicster County, Pa.