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LANCASTER ftAHY 1KTEILIGENCEK TUESDAY; SEPTEMBER 14, 1880.
Democratic, as well as Republican, soldiers
that were iu the field undergoing all the
privations of the soldiers life, the weary
march, the hard fought battles, the lan
guishing iu the prisons of the enemy, until
death relieved their sufferings ! All this
te save their country! These very men
we say, who did nothing te relieve such
suffering, if they could help it by act or
deed, are the very men who te-day are se
ready te cry out in public: "AVc saved
the Union, we saved the Union." Such
contemptible, cowardly, unmanly and un
generous assertions we should think would
make them blush with shame.
There was one thing very peculiar in
connection with, the Republican meeting
Saturday night. Republican authority has
it that' the Democrats drink all the
whisky. Theic seems te be a contradic
tion in this matter. There is but one
hotel iu the town, and it is kept by a geed
Democrat (who is all right), and this Re
publican crowd rushed in upon him se
thick and fast and get se demolish alive
t!iat he was compelled te close his bar.
The Democrats of Christiana and the
surrounding towns arc still alive and i cady
for business. There is te be a Democratic
pole raised at Atglcn, this evening, which
will be quite an event for that little town.
We don't knew what has become of the
Republicans of Christiana. Seme one said
they had al! turned te be Hancock men.
Christiana high school commenced last
Monday under' the able management of
Mr. Lewis "Walker as principal, and Mrs.
Louise Ilashaway as manager of the pri
mary department. The school will be a
geed one under such able management,
and the young idea will have ample oppor
tunity te t-hoet.
eijk KK(;yj.Ai: cokuicspeniji'.-s.:;!:
The returns from Maine as they came iu
last night and this morning weie eagerly
sought for by both Democrats and Repub
licans. The evening papers of yesterday
brought intelligence of a probable Repub
lican victory and as a consequence the
members of that party hereabouts were
jubilant and contented themselves with
liguring up the majority, etc. Later dis
patches, however, turned the scale in favor
of the Dcnieratsai.daallie enthusiasm of
one party inci cased, that of the ether de
creased. During the evening al! the tele
graph eliiccs were isited by the anxious
partisans and il was net. until after mid
night that the Pennsylvania railroad oper
ator at the dispatcher's office iu the west
yard was .".:ia!!y freed of questions. At
that hour came i -nvs of a sweeping Demo
cratic victory. This was enough. Iu a
fewminuW -;.i.c Dcmecr.itic headquarters
wcic a bh. light. Anether short
period of Unit. ".:ped and then the Spring
Jarden band of Spilngville put iu an ap
pearance ami serenaded tee iJeineerats in
their club room. Later the baud was
taken te Jes. Dcsch's beer saloon and here i
all hands drank te the success of the ticket
" at the coining national election. j
Company! I did net drill last evening
by reason of its armory being occupied. t
Miss Fanny 1 lauaucr, daughter of our j
townsman David Hammer, who has been !
visiting relatives in Germany for the past
couple of yeais, is expected te return te'
her home this evening. She was iu Phila- .
The Pennsylvania railroad pay car is ex
pected here tills evening.
The members of the Rebin Heed archery
club will practice at target this evening
it the weather permits.
The Republican mass meeting will be I
held en Thursday evening in place of i
Wednesday evening. i
Jeseph (Ir.imm, a Pennsylvania railroad
conductor, while preceding a barrel which
he was conveying from the second te the'
lirst i'oer of his residence en Walnut j
or a Lancastrian in Reading.
. The following dispatch comes te us this
afternoon through the associated press :
Reading, Pa Sept. 14. Jonathan
Helt, proprietor of the Reading nickel
works, who has been missing since Satur
day, was found this morning hanging te a
rafter in the garret of his residence.. Fi
nancial difficulties are supposed te be the
cause of his suiridc.
Jonathan Helt, the victim of the above
tragedy, is a native and late resident of
this city. He was about 30 years of age
and was a son of Themas nelt, grocer at
430 Seuth Queen street, this city, and a
brother-in-law or Renj. and D.H.Bartholo D.H.Barthelo D.H.Barthole
mew and of Rebert E. Bruce. He was for
merly a loom fixer at the cotton mills
here and was a member of Ce. G, in the
7.0th P. V. He went te Reading te
live some five years age, and has
bsen engaged in nickel plating, restoring
bronzes, &c. About two weeks age he ex
pressed a desire that his wife, who is iu
delicate health, and their two child reu
should come ever here en a visit,as it would
de them geed. The wife was reluctant te
go, but linally she was persuaded, and
since that time she has been en a visit le
her friends here.
Last evening she get a dispatch from
friends in Reading asking them if Jena
than was here, as they could net find
him. She answered negatively and was
greatly alarmed at the inquiry.
Te-day she received another, sent prob
ably after the above discevcry,lelIing her te
come en at once, as her husband was veiy
sick. She left iu the 12:30 train via. It. &
C. railroad. Meanwhile the above being
received at the lNTi:i.UGi:xtT.n office was
communicated le her friends and her hus
band's, who were greatly shocked at the
news and from them the above facts were
Trial r flogs.
The Pennsylvania State Field association
will run their trials en the ground con
trolled by the Lancaster game association,
mi November !. This will be a trial of
hunting dogs which will he inn en quail.
The stakes will be large and will be
be divided as fellows : all age stakes,
puppy stakes, nursery stakes, and associa
tion stakes. A large number of dogs will be
entered from all ever the state including
Pittsburgh and Philadelphia. Special
arrangements arc new being made with
the hotels in this city and the different
railroads. A large crowd is expected here
and there will be plenty of speit. Dr.
Twadell. of Philadelphia, Theodere Mer-
i ford, of Newton, N. J., and Mr. Richard,
I of Pittsburgh, will be the judges.
Piddle sales I Real 7'state.
.Toe. Rebiuaii, auctioneer, sold Sept. 4,
1830, for Levi Graybill of West Earl town
ship, 33 acres of land at 108 per acre.
September 10th, for Jehn T. Ayrcs, at
Binl-in-IIand, 30 head of cows and heifers,
varying from $23 te S0.
September 13th, for E II. Kauffman at
the Merrimac house at Lancaster, 13 head
of horses and 3 head of mules, averaging
$145,2S per head.
September lltli, for Abram Keehcl of
Upper Lcaceck township, 8 acres of land
and improvements ler $4,230.
StrucK iij- Lightning.
Te the surprise of the members of
Christ's Episcopal church in Lcaceck
township, en Sunday, as they convened at
their regular services they observed that
the church building had been slightly shat
tered by lightning. It seems as though
Fay Tour Tax.
Every voter who wants te vote m November
should leek alter the payment of his tax. Col
lector Warlel sits at the Court Heuse THIS
E VENIXG from 6 te 9 o'clock te receive it.
GO THEUE AXD PAT IT.
The name of WILLIAM McCOMSEV, of the
First ward, will be presented te the Deme
cratic electors el Lancaster at their primary
elections te nominate a candidate for As
sembly, under Democratic rules.
ELIMG. SXYDEU, of the Ninth ward, wil
be a candidate for the Democratic nomination
te the Legislature from Lancaster City. Sub
ject te Democratic rules. tp
The members of the Hancock Legien will
meet at the Central Headquarters this evening
for special anil important business.
One of the companies of veterans will dilll at
the Central Headquarters this evening. The
ether members of the Veteran Association will
meet there for special business,
A meeting of the First Ward Hancock club
will be held at Xclmer's, cer. of Water and
Orange streets, en Tuesday. September 14, at 8
o'clock, in regard te uniferming the club. A
lull altendcnce Is requested.
The Second Ward Hancock and English ciub
will meet at their headquarters en Friday
evening next for the purpoe of attending the
meeting te be held under the auspices ei the
3d. 4th and 7th wards, at the corner of Seuth
Queen and Strawberry streets. The club will
be fully equipped. The Sth, Gth and Dili wards
arc respectfully invited te join.
Third Ward Club.
The Third ward Hancock and English club
wlllinc-et at Central Headquarters, in Centre
Square en TUESDAY EVENING, September
14. A full attendance is urgently desired as
the members will be measured for uniforms
and ether important business transacted.
Fourth Ward, Attention!
Every voter favorable te the election el Han
cock and English is requested te attend a
meeting of the Feuith Ward Club, en Tuesday
evening, September 1, ISS'J, utSo'cleck. There
will be important action taken en uniferming.
The Hancock club of the Filth ward will
meet en Tuesday evening, at the Crccn Tree
hotel, at S o'clock sharp. llusincsi of import
ance te every member.
A meeting of the Yeung Men's Hancock
club will be held at Utzingcr's saloon, Middle
stieet. Monday evening, at 8 o'clock. Every
member e! the club who de-ires te secure
equipments Is requested te be present. Let
there be a full turnout. Ilusiness el import
ance. Seventh Ward
The senior Hancock-and Engli.-li club of the
Seventh ward will meet at 1 lie Millien of 15.
Kidhman, deckland street, en Wcdncsday
evening at S o'clock. A full attendance is de
sired, as important business will be transacted.
rightli Ward Hancock Club, Attention!
There will be u special meeting et thy Eighth
ward Hancock and English club (Tuesday)
evening, at Dlehl's saloon, ler the pur
pose of taking mea-niremcnts for and se
lecting uniterms. All members et the club
who desire te uniform are requested teatteud.
Ninth Ward. j
The Hancock club of the Xlntli ward wiil j
held a special meeting in the club room, at
Haas's saloon, at S o'clock this evening. Im- '
pertaut busuic". Every member is requested
te be present.
Company II. Veteran Hancock ami English
Club, will meet en Thursday evening at s
o'clock at the Central club room. Full drill.
In tiie Lewer Hud.
There wiil be a general Democratic meeting
under iheauspie -s of the Third, Fourth and
Seventh ward clubs al the corner of Straw
berry, Middle and Seuth Queen id reds, en
Friday evening. September 17.
Among the many advantages gained Tey our change of business
location, an important one is the enlarged rooms and improved fa
cilities of our REPAIR DEPARTMENT. With our present corps
of skilled mschanics and complete equipment of machinery and
tools we are are prepared te execute and warrant all work en
trusted te us.
MUSICAL BOX REPALNINe,
MONOGRAM INSCRIPTION AND
ORNAMENTAL ENGRAVING, &c.
A great variety of new work in original designs will be preduced
in our own manufactory. Any orders for specialties will be filled
at short notice and te the satisfaction of our customers. Old Geld
or Silver bought, taken in exchange, or made into new goods.
H. 2. RHOADS & BRO., Jewelers,
Ne. 4 West Seng Street.
JOHN CESSNA'S CANAL BOAT
TOWING BLAINE UP SALT RIVER.
LATEST HI IffiE
i. .i!'t,;ll.V1-!ill','5-A.'I,,.;H,,AY' a-;;j7T.- the entire stock of HOOTS AXD SHOES el the
t i iv 7i "i, ,m- " -,' ' -''i.iVl:!'i iw.Ni. ei uki.t, will be eirercd at a great SACiaFICI
.'. vy ."-. isy .. i.ej., (,, JfSlI IJIJ ;t
engage in ether business I take this opportunity te
eiler the entire stock, ceu-d.din;:
10,000 Pairs of Beets and Slices of the best Styles and Makes,
al least i" per cent, less than they can be bought elsewhere. Having made a specially iu geed
goods ter thelast t we year , a splendid oppeti unity is new eirered te buy superior l.'iOTSnmt
sllOI-..- at lower price.-, than Tit ASH can be bought elsewhere.
BETTER AND BETTER.
Plaisfetls .Majority nl-eiil 2.500.
TWO CONGRESSMEN SURE,
v.hhi.". Pnrchuse their 1SOOTS AX I) SHOES for Fall and Winter, new is your chance te buv
eur.Ai-. eunuy siereicccpers win ile well le call while our stock is yet complete. We also
il. L t:.i nil.
jiii viii line smhhis viiiieu we win sen iron; i in s':t ikiii ii, in h.-lnri. Tin. KV.
llUK.SlOCh iiiUitbeSOMteuinsSOOX as POSSIltl.E. We alsoeller a part oflhelixturi'sel
the Mflti-, consisting et revolving lixUire in window. Lounges, part of shelving, Writin" Desk
one I uejiroet Combination Sate, as geed as new, and line Shew Case and Stand, at
PARLOR SHOE STORE,
Xe. 2(1 1-2 East Kins; St., opposite Lancaster Ce. Bank.
C. A. Reeee.
With a righting Chance for Twe .Mere.
PeitTiaxD, Mc.Seiit. H. The Temner-
nncc vote in the state U triiiinj;.
hundred and seven towns j;ivc Davis
477. nested -!!,S:7, scatterim; '220 :
S.",53!. The same towns last
jjuvc Davis .!1,:M, Smith j-tf
Gareelen 12,80:1 ; scatici in-', liil ;
Uhsciiuic ei Marshall e. KebcrM.
bv Ykk, Sept. 14. The funeral of
the late 3r:irsIiSII O. llelnirts took place to
day from the Calvary Episcopal church,
and vras largely attended.
i'iftceii Wars Iin;ris:inment.
Vati:i:tewx, K Y., Sept. 14. Wesley
White was this morning .sentenced te
liltcen years hard labor, for the hillin- of
Lillian Manchester last Octeher.
Washixote.w !. (J.. Sept. 14. Fer the
Middle Atlantic states, higher haiemeter.
. IT -1i, . - '
mii;iui cooler northerly winds, clea
partly cloudy weather.
xj:tr Ait yi:i:risj:.iu:x'js.
"lUAXTKl!-A SITUATION V.Y A COACH
Painter te make himself general! v use
ful, cithcrnl eeaeh painting or anything eNe.
Geed ret'ommeudaiien. Apply at this elliee.
100 Toils el iteirs Wanted,
Fer which the highest price will be paid.
2,'.f CKXTS I'VM lOi;XD KOIt GOOD
" MI.i:i KAUfi.
The hlglie-;t pi ice paid for Woolens, old
Paper, lloeki. Ac. Ten llisg Assertew wanted
te whom !l!(; highi'Mlpricu will be paid.
JOHN A. SHOBER,
Cor. Xerf'i J-.icen nml Orange I'lrccts,
VOliStl 51 AN WISiw.;
Greem, p-.aks i-.nglih nml German ; tiier-
eaUly competent, willing and ebl!"iii" : can
geed tecemui'-iidal iei-
J. Y., lsTi:i.i.tt
i W'KKA lieusii. '
'lyiCHSDAY ISl-JJXJXU. SKPT. V,, JW).
Four Seasons Geiiiain.
An American comedy representing the flour
seasons. Spring, Slimmer, Aiitumnand Winter,
AMiXEW SUKXKItV AXI A GOOIl DUA
MATIC COM TAN Y.
Singiiig and Dancing. Three happy hours.
IiEJIEABHAL IX THE BAIiX,
Introducing the "f.GU'SY COMIC'S," in their
Negro, German, Irish, terpaicherean and vocal
Prices, SJc, SOe. and 71e. Diagram at Ycck Ycck
Klrcet above tutu ycsieiilay altcrnoen. tllc stroke entered al the centre of the
imsscil Ins loelinnuiUuIl te tltc bottom el ; reef, penetrating ulenjj the gilder and
the stairway, the barrel following and tell- ceiling, tearing several slates oil" and fell
ing ever him. He was consider.thly hug some of the plaster te the Heur. Nene
uruiscaaueut tne body ami head, but was i 0i the mcmiicrs were aware of it until
net seriously injured
The Democratic parade te come off this
evening will form en North Third street
between lhc club room and the opera
house. The Citizens' band ha:; been en
gaged te furnish the music. It is thought
there will be two hundred and fifty uni
formed men in line besides these net uni
formed. Captain II. S. (Jraybill wiil have
Command of the 1st and 2d ward club nml
Captain Daniel Sample of the 3d ward and
the two will be assisted by their appointed
or elected lieutenants. The route of par
ado will be through the principal streets
At the meeting of the l'retestant minis
ters of Columbia, held yesterday morning
in thellev. C. S. Gerhard's study in the
llcfermcd church, committees from the
several Protestant churches were appoint -cd
te canvass the town iu the interest of
the American Bible society.
The Wrightsvillc band en Saturday
evening serenaded Miss" Lctititi (Jcphart.
who is visiting iu Columbia, the guest of
Mrs. Frank llcelar.
It appears that the members of council,
when they agreed te rent the opera house
for political meetings at tiic rale of 25 per
night, overlooked the fact that the mem
bers of clubs giving the meetings might
have their torches with them. This
is n question, which, had it
come under the consideration of the
ceuueihucu, would, most assuicdly, have
been acted upon, and, we believe, torches
would have been excluded, by the terns of
the contract from the building. It would
be well in case a political meeting is held
iu the opera house before the next meeting
of council, for the president of council te
demand that torches be kept from the
house, trusting te the endorsement of such
action by his colleagues. If torches are
permitted within the building the grease
and oil dripping from them will mill the
paint, chair coverings and everything else
with which they come in contact. If the
clubs knew they cannot take their torches
in the opera house they will make some
prevision for them with little trouble te
themselves and no expense te the borough.
It would be well te come te an under
standing. The time is drawing near for the Shaw
nee rolling mill te start if start it will
this week. Wc passed the mill yesterday
and can say nothing but that it had a
dreary and cheerless leek. It is reported
that before the mill can start a frog will
have te be cast te make a track connec
tion. If it takes a week te cast a frog
such frog wiil net be inexpensive.
lhc ball te be given at Central hall,
Marietta, te which a number of Columbians
have been invited, comes oil this evening,
but we arc inclined te believed that the
home attractions will be mere potent than
the prospect of even the most recherche of
dances, and that Columbia will be but
poorly represented if represented at all.
At 11:30, en the arrival of the Frederick
accommodation, Judge Michael, baggage
master, despatched a couple of carrier
pigeons belonging te parlies in Lancaster.
The pigeons struck a bee line for Lancas
ter, and, wc presume, will have reached
-that place long before this article- sees
Anether party of men employed iu re
pairing aud stretching telegraph wires, ar
rived here from the cast this merhing.
The Philadelphia & Reading railroad
company will run a " teachers' aud schol
ars' " excursion te the state fair at Phila
delphia, en Saturday, September 18th.
Tickets geed for three days.
1 tains fell in small quantities during
most of yesterday.
The temperature last evening was found
cool enough te comfortably stand a fall
overcoat, and wc noticed that a number of
our citizens appeared in them.
j Sunday. The stroke must have
eiicct within the last fortnight.
Insane Slim Arrested.
This morning the mayor had before him
an insane tramp who war, arrested in the
barn of William A. Morten, in the lower
part of the city, was sent te the work
house for 30 days by Mayer MacHenigle.
At the hearing lie gave his name as Clias.
Leu;.;, and said that lie escaped from an
insane asylum in the stale of Marvland.
It Is impossible tern woman after a faiililul
course of treatment with I.ydia 10. l'lnkham's
Vegetable Compound te continue le sillier
with a weakness e! the uterus. Knclese a
stamp te Mr.- I.ydia K. rinkham, '",: Western
avenue. I.ynii, Mass., for pamphlets.
Try i.eeher's Kcnewned Cough Syrup.
S:tAi.i:iiKoi'e.s.M.s fej: u::i.ivt:i:!N;
Kilty Tens el" hard white ash ce.il. broken
size, le'-llu; Heme for lrien!lle.-j-i Children,"'
will be received by cither of llm undersigned !
up te Sept. 17. at ; o'clock, p. m.. each IejiI of
coal te be weighed en thecitv scales.
JOHN I-. ATI.Ki:. 1'reMdent.
CIIAS. M. IIOWKI.b, Secretary.
Statistics prove thai ivreiity-nve percent
of the deaths in our larger cities are caused by
consumption, and when we relied that this
terrible disease in lis worst stage will yield le
a betlle of I.eeher's Itenewned Cough Syrup,
shfdl we condemn the su'Icrers for their neglU
gence, or pity them for their ignorance? Ne
!Knt King street.
id, he had no shoes, hat or
Arrested ter Defacing Tenibstcinn'.
On complaint of Jehn llenslcr, whose
wife is buriedaudovcrwhe.se grave there
is a marble tombstone iu the Catholic
cemctery, Ollieer Lcntz te-day arrested
Henry Steife, Jar. McEvey, Edward Curie,
ami Air.etb uciiicnnacu ler delacnig .Mrs
Hensler's tombstone. They were held
for a hearing before Alderman Wiley en
next Saturday al 2 p. m.
Old liuek llravcly j.oemlng.
This afternoon the Democrats arc ccle
hratmg the victory in Maine by firing a
salute, and as we write the reverberations
of " Old Duck," posted en "the hill," are
making plea.-ant music in the ears of the
devoted followers of our gallant standard
bearer. General WinficIdS. Hancock.
Tliea subject le cestl veness
try "Sellers' l.iver l'ills." -r.
should at once
cents per box.
lelin IIays,CredltI.0.,says: "lilssiiouhlers
were se lame for nine uient hsthat lie could net
nose his hand te Ids head; but bv the use of
Dr. Themas' Kclcetric Oil the pain and lame
ness disappeared, ami although three months
has elapsed, he has net had' an attack of il.
since. Fer salebyjll. l5.;cechran,druggist, 1:17
and Vu.) North Queen street, Lancaslcr. I'a. 3
en THURSDAY, Slli'T. 1. will be sold at
Ne. (JIC North I'rince street, a large let of geed
household and kitchen fnndlniv. censl.-ling
in pail el" IJeils and !!nlse:i, llureaus.
Tables. Chairs, Carpets by th'ivurd, Steves and
l'ipe. Tin and Queensware, a'nd many ether
articles net mentioned.
Sale te commence at I o'clock, .-.harp, when
conditions of" sale will be mad.- known bv
Ila.NKi-Siinmur, Awl. sll-ittl
A GKANDISXIIUHTION Or i.ANCASTU.:
7X county I ret linglIer.-.es.
JUAG KACi:, MUI.K HACK, FOOT UACE,
and live classes of Tretting iIerscs.nl the Lan
caster Driving l'ark.
SA TUiiDA Y AFTEIIXOOX, SEPT. I", 1SSO.
Fer premiums and entrance fees consult post pest
ers. The occasion will be enlivened by the
KDKN SUA T.U COUXKT HAND.
Aduifcsieu, -,c Children, inc. Addre?j,
slt-":d Lancaster, I'a.
7UN! FUN!! JbUN!:!
KUI.TON Ol'EKA HOUSE.
ONE NIGHT ONLY.
FORD AND DENIIAM'S
"A Ifil, a Very Palpable lllt.n
FUN WITHOUT VULGARITY,
SPARKLING OI'KRATIC MUSIC,
AND GRACEFUL DANCING.
THE MEBRY MASQXJERADERS.
THKY ALL SING !
TIIKY ALL DANCE!
THE ALL PLAY INSTRUMENTS!
A PERFECT COMPANY. :
r.lanehe Chapman, Eila Chapman, Emma
Hall, Mamie 'layler. G. V. Denham. F. Al.
Wills. Robt. Slavin, Charles Shcller, Morgan
cftcrvcd Seats at the
W. W. FmsT,
Ne extra charge; for I
Opera Heuse llex Olliee.
i:i:m:-:ey kek hai:e timks.
Step spending se much en line clel lies, rich
feed and t.tyle. I'.uy geed, healthy feed,
chcaperand better clothing; get mere real and
substantial things of life every wav, anil es
pecially step the foolish habit el running alter
expensive and quack doctors or using se much
of the vile humbug medicine that does ve u
only harm, and makes the proprietors lleli.
but put your trust in t lie greatest of all simple,
pure remedies. Hep Hitters, that cures always
at a trilling cost, and you will see better limes
and geed health. Try it once. Read of it in
anet her column.
Sued for Allowing I'risenrrs le Kscape.
Seme days age two tramps were arrested
near jdt. Jey, ler robbing the house of
Jehn Engle. They were placed in the
lock-up and Constable Donaghue was told
by Mr. Engle te watch them ; this he failed
te de and the tramps escaped. Mr. Ihiglc
has brought suit against Donaghue, who
has given bail for trial.
Change of Keutc.
The route of the firemen's parade has
been changed by the committee as follews:
form en fredcrick, right resting en
North Queen ; North Queen te Walnut,
and balance of roule as before announced.
"Warm "Weather anil its Kll'ects.
Many people, especially ladies, complain at
this season of the year of a general weakness
or Tebility. The use el" S peer's 1'ert Grape
Wine prevents this. The wine is said te have
a most -wonderful effect In giving strength,
vigor and lenu te the whole system. It is ex
tensively used by ladies nursing, or about te
nurse infants. This wine is n et a man 11 fact u red
article no liquor IsaddciVte It. It Is no patent
medicine or cordial humbug, but is a superior
wine of the Oporto grape. It is pure, old, un
adulterated wine, nothing mere or less. Mr.
Spcer lias been supplying hospitals witli his
wine for many years past. It is said te be un
surpassed for summer complaints, ami for
weakly iersens. The price is low ler se excel
lent a wine, and no family need be without it.
This wine is endowed by Drs. Alice and
Davis, and sold by II. E. Slaymaker.
j-.y thi: r.ANCASTi::: city
hee! Heard, seven hundred school
desks and twenfy-l'eurseitees, suitable for the
various grades of Primary ami Secendarv
sehoels. Alse, twelve Teachers' desks.
Manufacturers and dealers are leiiue.-ted le
present samples for examination in select
council chamber, at '.) o'clock, a. 111., i?cj.t. .
l!y order of ISuih ling Commute'.
II. E. SLAYMAKER,
-.KVKKYIJOOY TO ADVKR-
e of charge, in the IXTi.i.i.mKM
Ci'.'i. who wants snmethiiigtode.
NORTH DUKE STREET.
"IS7"ANTEI A GOOD
TT Twenty ltricklayers. Apply te
10'.! East Orange street.
L1.-ON TIllIKSDAY. SKI-
lS). will Ixj rented bv nnb-
111: winery, in jut uoeper lleiih'e, l.ai'.casler
cit v. Pa., the following, le wil. :
That elegant. STORE ROOM situated Nes. :1S
and 1(1 West Ki'ig street, Lancaster, opposite
the Cooper Heu-c, latclv occupied by Philip
Schum (deceased) Sen & Ce., with all the
counters, shelving and glass cases.
Renting te commence at 7 o'clock p.m. of
said day when conditions will be made known
IOIIN E. SCHUM.
CHARLES F. HOLZU'ARTH,
Samucl Hess .t Se.v, Aucts. sept I l-.".!d
" yNTKi-A -kky cmpi:tknt .iian
tT who is veil acquainted in the tobacco
growing district et" Lancaster county audits
viciimy, us a. lonaci'e eiivcr ami 10 tauccnarge
of tile warehouse in- Lancaster. Onlv these
witligoeil referencej and thorough liusiness
ability as buyers, who have before been em
ployed with some large house as such, need
address, A. Y. Z., IxntLi.icEscia: Olliee.
I.roke His Arm.
Harry Sehecnberger. a ten year
old seu of William Sehecnberger,' of
Orange street, fell from the platform of
Frey's warcheuse.in Grant street,this fore
noon, and broke his arm.
Henry Dinks, ei Millcrsville, raised in
his garden, a pumpkin weighing 123.V
pounds, lie has named it a Hancock and
Samuel A. Gruff, ceuntv
treasurer, went Jishimr intheSusciuehanna
and caught a bass which weighed 4 jieunds
and 5 ounces.
Try Leeher'a Renowned Cough Syrup
"Dr. I.Indsey's Weed Searcher," by purify
ing the system, softens the skin and beaatilies
The Hest Ferm.
The Rest Ferm in which clectricitv ii em
bodied is Dr. Themas' Eclectric Oil." a sov
ereign and highly sanctioned specific for rheu
matic pains, and a thoroughly reliable remedy,
all affections of the threat and lungs used ex
ternally and Internally. Fer sale by H. II.
Cochran, druggist. 137 and IK) North (pie
blrcct, Lancaster, Pa.
If, after a fair test, you are net cared of
gravel, nervous debility, or any disease or the
kidneys by using Prof. Guilmette's French
Kidney Pad, then tile druggist from whom
you bought will refund the money paid.
Equally adapted totliciccbleerrobust, male
or female, art? Malt Hitter-?.
Hub the Gams W ell
with SOZODONT when they become spongy
or detached from the necks of the teeth. 1-c.t
them bleed freely and se recover their tone
and health. This SOZODONT istliebcst reme
dial agent lerdiscaed gums and teeth. Try
and leurn. sl3-lwdeed&w
Shaving Is a rascally business, shaving with
Cutleura Shaving Seap alone excepted.
Hull. Sept. 13, ISS'J, in Lititz, Pa., suddenly,
Mrs. Catharine Hull, iu hcrCSlh year.
Netice of funeral hereafter.
The remedy that will cure the many diseases
peculiar te women Is Warner's Safe Kidney
and lever Cure. Mether's Magazine. 5
"em'm'ji Bronchial Troches'" arc used with
advantage te alleviate Coughs, Sere Threat,
Hoarseness and Hreuchial Affections. 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 well-merited
rank among the fewslapleremcdiesef the age.
"Brown's Bronchial Troches" act directly
en the organs et the voice. They have an ex
traordinary circct in all disorders of the Threat
and Larynx, restoring a healthy tone w hen re
laxed, cither lrem cold or ovcr-excrtlen of the
voice, aud produce a cicarand distinct enunci
ation. Speakers and Singers find the Troches
A Cough, Celd, Catarrh 01 Sere Tlireat re
quires immediate attention, as neglect often
times results in some incurable Lung Disease.
Brown's Bronchial Troches" will almost In
variably give relief. Imitations are offered for
sale, many ei which are injurious. The genu
ine "Brown's Bronchial Troches" are sold
only in boxes. ianl5-lyd&wTu,Th&S
J? A geed second-hand
Orcran. verv cluan.
mmr . . ... " -
nuuicu a geiHi iiey.
8l3-2td Fulton Hall.
WT1- AKK Ol -TURING Till: ONLY
Extension Window Cornice
ever manufactured. It is perfect in its con
struction, simple and handy te adjust and
very cheap. Item be regulated te lit any or er
imry window by means of a thumb screw, and
can be adjusted lrem one feet, te five feet wide.
They arc made eriji Inch Walnut Meulding
of a New Pattern, ami we have them in eight
different styles. Come and see them.
In Walnut, Ash and Kbeny, Knds, Kings and
OUDKHS TAKEN KOIt
PIER AND MANTEL MIRRORS.
OPLXIXG PALL STYLUS OF
PHARES W, FRY,
Ne. 57 NORTH QUEEN ST.
The famous mammoth three-deck Steamer
" REPUBLIC "
Leaves Hace Street Wharf at 74a. m., arriving
at Cape May about 1U p. 111. Heturniiig. leaves
Cape May at : o'clock p. 111., givingamph time
for batliimr or a drive en the beach. A full
Hi-ass Hand and Orchestra Music for dancing.
Parler Entertainments varied weekly. Lunch
eons and Hefreshnients in abundance. Din
nersami suppers provided. Oysters and Fisli
served for supper a tew moments after taken
from the water.
Fare for t lie Round Trip - $1 .00.
SUNDAYS Will leave lhice Street Wharf at
VA a. m.
P. S. A Hread Gauge Steam U. K. will con
vey passengers te Cape Island iu 8 minutes.
Tickets for sale at
CIIAS. II. RARR'S,
2S.2m.!&w CENTUE SQUARE.
house Eunxmiiixa aoeits.
; advise all who contemplate pulling iu
EIJS or making any alterations in their
heating arrangements le de
the ruh of rail Trade begin
:dat once before
THE MOST UELIAHLi:
in the Market, at the
Flu k BruMi's
GREAT STOVE STOKE,
152 North Queen Street,
(A Medicine, net a Drink,)
JIOPS, KUCUU, MANDltAKi;.
AXDTHE VL-ntiT AXD I5E3T MEDICAL QCALITIES
OP ALL OTUm IJITTEKS.
All Diseases or the Stomach, Hewcls, Hloed,
Liver, Kidneys, and Urinary Organs, Nervous
ness, Sleeplessness, Female Complaints and
S.1,000 IN GOLD
Will be paid for a case they will net cure or
hclp.er ter any thing impurcorinjurieits found
Ask your Drngglst for Hep Hitters and free
books, and try the Hitters before yen sleep.
Take no ether.
Hep Bitters MniinRiclnrin? Company,
Rochester, New Yerk, and Terente, Ontario.
Ne. 103 North Queen street for the Cheapest
and IScst HOOTS AND SHOES.
Sign of the Big Shoe.
Sl,2-W. Davis's majority is 1,-120, a-ait: .
l.e-iO in the same towns last year. The
towns te hear from ,'ave Davis 27,71'.),
Smith ami Gareelen 30,121, bcina Fusion
majority of 2,402. The a-,'rrcatc vote re
ceived lins increased about 5 per cent.,
which indicate!; an aggregate of l-HylOO.
As each vote lias increased about the same,
the Republicans should have 72,500, i!ie
Fusion ists 73,500, 1'ioliibitien and scal
terinji 500. A Fusion plnralily of 1.000
and a majority of 500.
The amendment making a plurality
choice is uncertain ; also, that providing
for biennial elections. The Fetirlh ami .
Fifth congressional districts are Fusion ;
the First, Second and Third Republican,
as ocierc. The Republicans claim the
First district by 125, and tice Demestats
concede it by 05.
The first DKtrict.
Portland, Sept. 1-1. Cempk-tj re
turns from the First district ceiiiiir.i the
report that Reed, Republican, has been
elected by 100 majority. Iu Cumberland
county four Republican senators appear te
be elected. This will give the state Sen
ate strongly te the Republicans.
Dhiinc Gives ft Up.
Rosten, Sept. 1!. An Augusta dis
patch says returns ceme iu slowly th's
morning, and de" net change the outlook rs
presented last night ; 215 towns show a net
Republican less of about 300 en last year's
vote. The whole number of town:? and
plantations is ever GOO, but these heat d from
cover about two-thirds of the vole of tnu
state. At present Plaistcd's clce clce
ien is net doubted, and his majority
is variously estimated at from 1,000 te
2,500. 'Sir. niaine concedes hint a stmtll
The vote is the largest ever east. The
Prohibitionists, under advice from .Nye,
their candidate, did net generally vote for
him, but directly for Plaisted as the suiest
means of defeating Davis.
Tie Congressional Delegation.
Fer Congress Frye is the only Republi
can whose election is conceded by the Fu Fu
sienists, but Lindsey lias a niajei ily beyond
doubt. Reed's election is claimed by lhc
Republicans, but his majority is placed as
low as 117, and the Fusieuists claim that
returns arc being doctored. Ladd and
Miirch have majorities te spare.
The Ainendinenls Probably Adepts,!.
It leeks as though both of the constitu
tional amendments would have large ma
jorities, and particularly that making a
plurality elect a governor which if adopted
will be operative as te this election.
Anether dispatch from Augusta says
Plaistcd's majority will be a little ever
one thousand. In the First district Reed's
plurality is new put at thirty-live.
Keniiblicans Claim Thrcs Congressmen.
Augusta, Sept. 11. The Journal, Re
publican, in an extra says the slate Legis
lature is without doubt Republican. It
also claims the Republicans have elected
IVIial 11 Democrat Claims.
New Yerk, Sept. 11. IJ. I). SmnHcy, a
member of the national Democratic com
mittee, has sent the following dispatch
from this city te Mentpclicr, Vt.: "We
have elected Plaisted by 3,000 te 5,000 ma
jority, have four members of Congress and
both branches of the Legislature. Have
no fear of Indiana."'
The only dispatch received at the Re
publican headquarters te-day from Maine
was one indicating Reed's election le Con
gress by a small plurality conceded by the
Probably Four Congressmen and the Legis
lature. New Yerk, Sept. 14. A despatch re
ceived this morning by the national Demo
cratic committee from a member of the
committee at Portland tays : " Plaisted
elected, probably three thousand majority.
Fourth and Fifth congressional districts
surely, and probably Jpirst and Third dis
tricts carried by us, and also Legislature."
Plaistcd's Certainly Elected.
l!y American Union Wires.
Augusta, Mc., Sept. 11. Returns arc
coming in slowly ; 245 towns show a net
Republican less of about 300, compared
with last year's vote. These towns cover
two-thirds of the voting population. Plais
tcd's election is certain, the only tptcs-
tteu being as te his majority, which
is estimated at from 1,000 te 3,000. Mr.
Blaine concedes Plaistcd's election by a
small plurality. The vote is the largest
ever cast in the stale.
-'"' Y''":i. 'lt. I". l'IeHr-Stal,.:iti
rns.eady; mo..-.iteepert -mil home
d.-man.l: MipcHlne.-:'. 1051 0.); extra de
410; el:oie.,de.ft T.'.JtB 1 -,- (.,,., ,1,,
round hoop "Ohie ft uiifl .'(: choice
, : simernm western ;: IU.KH iki.
.,, .."."i '-J -..-I-"1 'rMRl " SV3;i-,: choice
, I,, '!' ' ; ,','co while wliat de $! IS
Y..rHl; Se!,t!,t'"' '!""'. unchanged ; common
.VrcVe !l C "": K,MM '"cfiolce de
v,V!U'ilt .'i1',1."''!'''' "'"dcrately active;
I ni'ti !(.... . ?
... .. .i.---..uiL-i-.i(-r, u.niu'ruti iraiie: Mixed
u.-sl.in spe ,.d-l!i.: il lutiir...-.iiXi..c.
n. , '-1 !.li! :itr:"f-'-'-: -'. 2. A-pt.. :,-.'l(-: de
(.1.. im; etra f::iie;;:
family at ?." ((.?", r.d
.;" I- ; :-t. benis lamilv
Scpf.-m'-er II. Pleur lirm.
suuertine at 2 no
' : Ohie and Indiana
IVnii'u tamflvde $IS7
IJye Heur nt $t CKfl 7.1.
Wheat higher with fair demand: N
'"P- ':'" ' Si "; I'a. I.'e.l flesgi (;;
t ".1 ij.
?5S.-,; paten' and high grades itiM
llir?l'e; Ne. e.
J-i-i'JJS'Je; Ne. ..
Cern steady ;
Oat- firm ; Ne. I, White
de JOKiJc; Ne. ::, de
ilye scarce ; talcs it i'c.
,?,in:yr-",!!tr,:'-t . ,Jim? i'rk
IV, IKIJ5I1, fyl; beet h.itiM il!) 00rS"2J 00:
ladi..n m..s- beet til fli; l)i : "1,;icon
smoked hh-iii-l- i-- i;i?i5i: ,alt de OfJ.'J'c:
smek.-l nam lii.-.-e; pickicd hauis'jy
iTiird firm; f Ity ketlh at 'sjfyj'e: loe e
iMtnt.c: ,'Mjc; ptiiae st..-,m s-tr.
I.uttcr scarce and wanted ; pVce Impreving:
Creamery extni tug!c; Creamery geed te
chiuee'-lm-iSc; ISradterd ceuntyaud New Verfc
t tra. J7i(j-V; Western reserve extra J(iQi!is J(iQi!is J(iQi!is
ilogeodto chohe lCj7d'.'e : ICeils firm and
scarce: IVnti'a extra sSgffl; We:itern rererve
..-.K?5"'4 ,ir"l; I'eni.sylvanlantSic; Western
Cheese strong, but unlet; New Yerk
full cream !.",'fl-; Western full cream :!!. :
de tair te giuni IfJ.JgiJe; de halt" stims :ty.
Perreleum linn : retlned ltic.
Whisky at ?1 US.
s Is Ihied te prime Clever dull :if. Sim
f?s.,!) ; Timethy llrmer at fj 5r,."si 7i: Flaxseed
s-.irciat ! i.
Meniiay, St-pf. IS. Tim receipts of beeves
at the Wi-t Philadelphia yard for past week
wen: ::,M) head: North Philadelphia yard
.Mai head. Total, I.WSl brad.
IScuvus were active diiiii-." tlni"irl- .lh-i ..i
the week, and prices were fully J.,.; IMr pound
above la-iL .Monday's iUetuti!is; )Ut under
tin; large arrivals of tin; past tv.e days the
prices became easier, nml closed te-day at an
advance of yfi: ever last week. A tew choice
sold en Saturday at iif?r,ic. Weueli i:tni
at ."y.,i; ; geed. :.' lH.Vic ; medium, f'SiMici
common, tcfilc; luilbi and cows. ': Ah'-vh"
c:il ves, at 5'.iy.:c. Kresli cows, fr. le .(:, per
BALKS AT TIIU WiMT VIIir.AI)KLli:iA YAII11.
STO Itegcr Maynes, Wtirn, and West V..
si Owen Smith, WinIciii. account tr-uumcl
Caullmunn ; S.S West. a., account Kllcn-
gcr 'c Seymour; m ile de. I. C. Thompson,
ill A.&.I.Chfi-.ty. Wc-fcrn. gre.-s, iXlii'c.
'Mi I:. 8. & If. F. Mcl'illen, Wfntern and West
Kd I liii.in & Lehman Ures., Western, en nc-
eeiini :y.jt.-,;; i) de.ri5-i-5e.:ri de.
'l-hH-'JiC.: :;:ide. Levi SciiNenig, 4:Wffi.Vc;
:a .te. .1. K. Sadler .fc Ce., gross. 4y.Z&.
:. .las. ciemsen. Western, giess, tyfi.ta.v.
it iKiinisSmvlb, )hie, account i:. K." Fratcr,
5a West Va.. own account, grMs, lre.'ijie.
7" Jehn MeArdlc, Western, gross, Mifiriis.
II) Daniel .Murphy, West Pa., and V. Va..
SO Lewenslein & Adlcr, Western and W. Va..
112 (j. Schamberg A Ce., Western, gross, 4
il F. Sehectz, Western, gross, ijifeSc.
12 F.Seheetz, Montgomery co., cows, gross, 3
.v; M. Chain, jr.. West Va., gresx, t'AQVAc.
I') Daniel Smyth & I fro.. Wc-,t Va.. mceunt.I.
F. Sadler ,fc Ce.; JOhie, li. K. F rater; ID
Western, Ueger Maynes; 17 Western,
Schamberg .1 Ce.;::; Wcstcin, J. Sawden
X. I.O., glOSS, TM.riiC.
- .: ...x-s-. , "
il Abe O.-tbeim, Wet Va.,gre-;s,
wieitiw, uiile, -,'riHs, Vvyxv.
Paul, Western, West Va.,
ii, West H.. gross, zy.avAv.
inn .t Levi, West a.aceeiuit Uev
t .t Findley. IWSS-Ce: .VS de. Ileii-
neny x. ml, 'ir'i'Xc; -inie. Kvcrlv
fSg.lVfe; as Ohie and West Va., My
11 S. lMeitll-
.Mi M. Levi, Went Va., gres-., SfflSV.
1-2 II. Chain, Western, gre-s, sy,1ii4c.
12') dames Anil, Western, gross, iy.'(r,:c;
11 Hilbien ."i l.ewensten, West" Va.. gross,
1.1 Win. Sales, Wi'slcrn.gres-i.SfflC'c.
SIS .1. F. Sadler Ce., W-t Va.and Western,
gre-s, :..t-."g,." :; Sc.
Hogs were slew aud tin; best grades main
tained their price, while tba common stock
as a shade easier. Weijuete from 7e te ,
periieuml. Arrivals at all yarils.vehcad
Sheep and Lambs were active and price
had an upward tendency. We oueto Kxti..
at ImS'c,; geed, IKQ-IJfc; medium, tnnf
tlv. : common, I4.-:e. ; culls. Se. ; West
ern Pa., Lambs, vmv,k: Chi.-ster county de
r,t,r,yzr. ; stock ewes, tJi7.-,?:;.si). Arrivals West
Philadclpliia, .r,WM lnai ; ether yards, ZtM
head. Total, h), bead.
Samuel Stewart sold .111 head of dressed
sheep nt i;res.
New Vekk Sec-ks.
Fatally Hurt en the Kallreat:,
Plehence, N. J., Sept. 14. Charles
Delancy, a respectable colored man of
Moorestown, while walking en the
railroad track late last night had his feet
caught in a switch and was unable te ex
tricate it. A train coming along passed
ever the feet and ankle and the limb was
amputated at the ankle by Dr. Gauntt.
He cannot recover.
Michigan H. fc I.. S....KsJn
.Michigan C'nt. It. It.. !.".J
Chicago & N. W i('.5
Chicago, M .t St. 1'. til
Han. & at. !. Cem '',.)
" " P'M... SI
Teledo & Wabash.... :;7Ji
OhleS Mi-.-1-.-ippi.... ."i;i
St. Leuis, I. M.&S.K.. ZT,
Ontario and Western. :''
c. c. &i. c. i:. i: it)
.Sew Jersey Central.. 7;j
Del. & IIudeu Canal. S,V.
Del.. Lack. x. Western Wj
Western Union TcI...le:;
Pacific Mail S.S. Ce.. JOJJ
Manhattan KIcvatcd. S)yt
Union Pacific 'MA
Kansas & Texas 31
Chicago & Keck I
Pittsburgh & Ft. W
Pennsylvania K, IJ.... (.0
Phll'a.& Heading..... 15K
Lcliigh Valley .Y Sl'i
Lehigli Navigation... .'Jl
Northern Pacific Cem 3IJ-&
" " P'd . 5.
Pitta., Titusv'c& ii... . Wt
Northern Central 33
Phil'a&Krle It. U
(In. 11 It's or N.J
Centra Trans. Ce
A.ir. A.M. P.M. 1.
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