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LANCAfeTEH DAILY INTEttlGENCER. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1880.
Ol'R REGULAR CORRESPONDENCE.
Messrs. William Worrell, teacher, aud
William Markley, leader, were appointed a
committee by the Citizens' band of this
place te go te Philadelphia and purchase
new instruments for the band and also te
Bee what can be done towards uniferming
the organization. They left here for the
city at 1225 te day. The band made all
its settlements yesterday and it has been
found the net gains by the recent lair
amount te 8660 quite a geed sum for a
nine days' run.
Captain D. Brainard Case, commanding
Company H of this place, has just received
from the Battalion State Feucibles, of
Philadelphia, an invitation te accompany
that command in their proposed trip te
Atlanta, Ga., where thej will participate
in the laying of the corner-stone of a me
morial armory en October 18. The com
mand will leave Philadelphia en October
10 and will return en October 24.
Rev. F. W. Staley and Chailes P.
Shrcincr, who were in attendance at the
East Pennsylvania synod of the English
Evangelical Lutheran church, held at Al Al
lentewn Pa., have returned te Columbia.
Geerge Yeung, jr., left here last even
ing en a trip te Uarrisburg, Lebanon and
Frank W. Hinklc, son of Dr. F. Hinkle,
of this place, left this morning te attend
lectures at the University of Pennsylvania
Miss Anna Whitchill left here this inein-
nig en a visit, te lncnus m i iniauuipuw.
Ansel Purple was last evening elected
secretary of Company II, vice I J. li.
Broemell, resigned. C. C. Ilaldcman was
elected assistant secretary.
A. J. Kauffman, esq., left here last even
ing for Harrisburg in the interest of the
fishermen recently convicted of fishing
within ene quarter of a mile of the Col
Twe companies of the Republican bat
talion elected officers last evening. L. W.
Richards, esq., was elected captain of one
and Frank Paine of the ether.
There is te Lc ;. big wedding at Marietta
te-day. Frcezci- of ice cream and a let of
bexci; with cdiblci of all descriptions came
here ever the Reading & Columbia rail
road from Lititz and were sent en by the
Pennsylvania railroad mail train at 10:45
this morning. The mass was earnestly
gazed at while at the depot.
Business is lively te-day aud has been
for a couple of days past at the Reading .v
Columbia coal shutc.;. The supply meuts
tlie demand and the beats arc coming and
Tlicncw steps for the Pennsylvania rail
road depot have net yet been put in place.
With the tearing away of the perch a rest
ing place has been denied many.
Notwithstanding the wind is high and
the river rough there are some persons
venturesome enough te handle their sail
beats. We noticed one en the river this
morning making exceedingly geed time.
A capsize would be in order.
The ticket agent at the P. R. R. depot
commenced selling tickets for the Dauphin
comity fair this morning. The tickets
will be eeld at $1.1.1 until September 21th
aud are geed until the 25th.
Te-day is St. Matthew's day, and as such
a holy day. Services were held in St.
Paul's Episcopal church this morning, be
ginning at 10::S0 o'clock.
Conductor Abrain Mcllingcr went te
Philadelphia with his "crew" this morn
ing te make a statement relative te the
killing of a woman at Christiana by en
gine Ne. i)'., a day or two age.
The teachers of the public schools are,
y order of Superintendent Ames, com cem
pelied te be in their school rooms twenty
minutes before the opening of school. This
is probably te the benefit of the scholar.
The election of a colonel te the Gai field
battalion is causing some little werrimeut
te the members especially the leaders
of the different companies. There are two
prominent candidates for the position and
the factious are working ha id for their
favorites. Only one can win, What a
disappointment will be there :
J UN IOIS PAIR.
Its Opening Lust Xlgltt.
The fair of the Junier baud association
opened in 'Roberts's hall last evening, the
attendance being quite large. The fair is
being held in the large room en the second
story, which has been handsomely decor
ated with flowers, evergreens, flags, &c.
There arc seven large tables in the room,
which are leaded down with fancy goods,
eatables, etc., as fellows :
Ne. 1, Fancy work by 'ladies; Ne. 2,
Ameiur the articles te be chanced off and
voted away arc the following ; Twe Jr. O.
U. A. M. regalias ; pretty leuuge ; silver
caster ; a beautiful sleigh ; a Singer sew
ing machine ; a wax cress and a number
of ether pretty things.
The fair will continue every evening dur
ing the week, The attendance will no
doubt increase as it progresses, and the
voting will be lively.
The band association is composed of
members of the Jr. O. U. A. 31.
A Sunday Pele Raising.
The pole which the Republicans of East
Cocalico announced that they would raise
in Rcamstewn en Thursday, the lCth hist.,
was net put up en that day, but en Sunday
morning at 4 o'clock they went te work
and put it up in front of Reet's cigar shop.
About forty persons participated in the
work, which was net accomplished until
the pole had fallen down three times and
about ten feet had been broken off the top
of it. When it was finally raised they as
' tenUhcd the pious people of Rcamstewn by
freely imbibing something stremrer than
water and yelling for Garfield.
Jacob Lambert died at the residence of
his father Adam Lambert, in Little Bri
tain township, en the 17th inst., of typhoid
fever, aged about twenty-seven years. Mr.
Lambert removed with his father from
Chester county in April last te the estate
of William Black, deceased. But notwith
standing his short residence in the com
munity he had gained the respect of many
friends, and his sudden death has cast a
gloom ever society net easily removed.
A Garfield Pele-Raising.
The Republicans raised a small poplar
pole en Ceal Hill, in Paradise township,
en Saturday evening. After placing the
pole in positieu several kegs of beer were
drunk and nearly all- of the party, which
consisted of a few men, women and chil
dren, were also drunk.
'Set 'Em Up.
At the Exchange hotel yesterday David
Buifenmycr, of Quarrvvillc, who was mar
ried recently, treated a number of his
friends, who arc boarders at the hotel, te
champagne. He was congratulated by all
Anether Large Petate.
J. S. Warfel, of Lcaceck township, has
raised a potato which measures 18 inches
around one way and 14J inches the ether
way. It weighs 28 ounces.
Large Eet of Baggage.
The "Cinderella" party had about 50
pieces of baggage, and a number of men
were kept busy at the depot unloading it
upon the arrival of the troupe this morn
Mary Ann Crossen, of JIanheim, was
divorced from her husband, Gustavus
Crossen, en the grounds of cruel treat
ment, &c, in court te-day.
Fruits and flowers ; Ne. 15, Confectionery ;
Ne. 4, Voting department ; Ne. 5, Fancy
work ; Ne. C, Nuts, &c ; Ne. 7, Lemen
SUIT FOR FEES.
The City vs. the County of Lancaster.
Before Alderman Spurrier yesterday
afternoon was heard the case of the city of
Tirattr vs tlm ceuntv of Lancaster for
the recovery of certain fees for hearing Had
bv the mayor of cas
ses ei vagrancy, umw-
derlv conduct and drunkenness.
eenerally known all fees received
mayor are paiu ey mm into uiu city ucta-
ury for the benefit of the city. In making
out his bills against the county he made
them out for lull fees. The county com
missioners resisted payment, claiming that
the city was only entitled te half
fees in committed cases and no fees
at all in dismissed cases. The act
of Assembly of 18G9 provides that the
mayor shall receive only half fees for hear
ing drunken and disorderly cases when
commitments were made and no fees at all
when the cases weic dismissed. The act
of 1874 provides that all fees pertaining
te the office of mayor of Lancaster shall be
paid into the city treasurer for the use of the
city. Alderman Spurrier holds that the act
of 1874 neither increases nor diminishes the
fees, and that therefore the act of 1S08 is
in force and the city can claim no mere
fees than the mayor could if he received
them for his own benefit. In cases of dis
orderly conduct the act of 18C8 makes fees
for mayor or alderman eJ cents ler an
cases whether committed or dismissed.
Alderman Spurrier holds that the act of
18C9 does net repeal the act of 18G8 se far as
it relates te disorderly cascs,and the mayor
is entitled te receive for the use of the city
50 cents for each c.ise heard, whether he
commits or dismisses the offender. In
casts of vagrancy the mayor holds that
under the act of 187(5 and its supplements
and amendments p:issed in 1878 and 1879,
the mayor is entitled te receive for the use
of the city 25 cents for each ease heard
whether discharged or committed. He
gave judgment therefore in favor of the
city for $24.45, the amount of fees due
under this construction of the law.
THIi DEMOCRATIC ORGANIZATION.
Commander I'es-ditey Announces His Stall'.
Wm. J. Ferdncy. colonel commanding
the Democratic clubs of this city, makes
announcement of the following officers of
his command :
Lieut. Colonels 'Je. Stciuman. Jehn
Conomy, E. II.
W. A Kick, Peter Me
Flinn, Philip Finger,
Llam Or. hnyder.
Adjutants-Jehn A. L'eylc.
Scrgt. Majer Fred. Arneld.
Aids Jacob Recs-e, Cyrus II. Celvin, Al.
liescnstein, The.. McCInrnan, David G.
llir.sh, Chas. E. Stewart, Jehn A. Mc
Ginnfc, Jacob Foesc, Gee. Wall, Jacob L.
Perter. Chas. E. Oelis, Gee. W. Harris,
J. C. Houghten, Dr. Thee. Beaver. Christ.
Miley, Jehn W. Rcilly. Lem C. Witmer,
Gee. 15. Willson, Fred. Goes, Jehn Sales,
D.ivN Kitch, Harry Schantz, Andrew
Ousel, .!os. Gan.-s, ,
The following style of uniform has been
adopted by the battalion efficers: White
navy cap with gilt cord and insignia of
office in front. D.uk blue coat with three
rows of gilt buttons, insignia of office of
stall en shoulder, without shoulder straps.
Stall, red sash ; aids white belt, gloves and
A 1'Irasant Surprise Party.
Yesterday being the anniversary of the
birthday of Mr. Abraham Hicstand, pro
prietor of the Stevens house, his house
keeper, Miss Jane Wright, and the clerks,
Messrs. Charles Wagner and Stephen
Peeples determined te give him a pleasant
surpii.se. :" they prepared an elegant
collation aud invited a number of Mr.
Iliestanil's niet intimate friends, includ
ing his honor Mayer MaclJenigle, Geerge
Stciuman, Bcnj. Str.isser, J. GustZoek,
Lewis J. Potts. II. S. Franklin. Geerge
Leagand Win.' II. Myers, and at 10 o'clock
quietly conducted them te the dining
room. Then Mr. Hicstand was sent for,
and alter his astonishment at meeting these
unexpected guests had .somewhat subsided,
he received the heartiest congratulations
from all assembled and then joined them
at the table, which was kept up till mid
night, numerous healths being drank te
the host from the great punch-bowl that
crowned the feast.
Iiaiil:lin ami r.inrMiall Dciiiecrnf ic Club.
About fifty students of Franklin and
Marshall college assembled at the Demo
cratic central headquarteis last evening
for the purpose of organizing a club te
participate in the parades aud ether dem
onstrations te be held under the auspices
of the city Democracy during the progress
of the campaign. Considerable enthusi
asm prevailed, and the following were
chosen as efiicers of the organization,
which was named the ''Franklin and
Marshall Democratic club :'
President II. A. Trestle.
Vice Presidents G. W. Geihard, A
Recording Secretary D. T. Bauman.
Treasurer O. R. Snyder.
Captain G. C. Stahl.
First Lieutenant O. R. Snyder.
Second Lieutenant II. A. Trestle.
Brief addresses were made by V. U.
Hcnscl and J. L. Steinmetz, csqs., and a
committee was appointed who will make
immediate prevision for equipping the
Resisting the Corener.
Before Alderman Ban- last evening was
heard the case of Corener Mishlcr against
Cenrad Sauber, who was charged with re.
sisting the coroner while in the discharge
of his official duties. It appeared that
Corener Mishlcr called at the residence of
Chas. A. Hitz (mere generally known as
Chas. A. Kline), who was reported te have
died suddenly, te inquire into the circum
stances attending his death. Sauber reach
ed the house just as the coroner did, went
inside, and, as the coroner alleged, locked
the deer after him, preventing the coroner
from getting in. Sauber denied leckina
the deer, and there was evidence te show
that it was locked by the woman in the
house. Sauber was thereupon discharged.
PHODARLY FATAL ACCIDENT
Edward Hunter, Colored, Itr.it Over By the
Mrs. Lucy Hunter, colored, residing at
the extreme north end of Market street,
received a telegram from Milten, te-day,
stating that her son, Ed waul Hunter, was
run ever by the cars at that place. The
despatch does net state in what manner
the accident eccuired, but says that the
injured man may recover. Hunter is about
25 years old and is a resident of this city,
where he has a wile and child. He is a
hed carrier, and, w ilh Fcvnral ether colored
men, has been working in Milten for snme
Deg Supposed te be 3Iad.
Last evening a dejr belonging 'te Albeit
Kautz, son of Israel Kautz, oyster dealer,
was taken with something like hydropho
bia and was killed this meruing. The deg
bit a number of ethers, several of which
were also killed. He also attempted te
bitc'scvcral men. Last night he ran away
from the oyster saloon and when he came
back this morning he was shot.
Anether Slander Suit.
Jehn W. Grau has had James Carbcrry
arrested en a capias. Grau alleges that
Carberry slandered him. The defendant
was held in his own recognizance te answer
Sale et ilersc?.
Samuel Hess & Sen, auctioneers, sold at
public sale yesterday, at the Mcrrimac
house, Lancaster city, for Daniel Legan,
14 head of Ohie horses at an average of
On Saturday night an attempt was made
by a burglar te break into the residence of
Edmund Franke, 122 North Mary street.
The burglar- attempted te force open one
of the back shutters and had succeeded in
; breaking it somewhat when he was evi-
gently scared en. ine matter was Kept
quiet for a time under the expectation that
the burglar might return, when he would
have been welcomed with a warmth that
he would hardly have appreciated.
Mrs. G. W. Kemp, the wife of a wealthy
farmer of Berks county, committed suicide
by drowning. While sitting at her home
with her husband and children, she sud
denly rushed te the Ontelannee creek near
by, and was drowned before she ceukPhe
rescued. This was her third attempt at
suicide, she being tee closely watched te
succeed before, when she tried te cut her
Carriages at DauplUn County Fair.
Yesterday S. B. Cox, ceachmaker of
this city, took te Harrisburg, a two-seated
phaeton, a standing top doctor's phaeton,
a light duplex-spring buggy and a two
seated jump-scat buggy, for exhibition at
the Dauphin county fair new being held
in that city. ,
Fell from a Coach.
Yesterday afternoon as Jehn Steiger,
coachman, was taking a heavy trunk from
the top of his coach, at the Pennsylvania
railroad depot, be slipped and fell te the
ground, and the trunk fell en top of him,
crushing and bruising him considerably,
but net dangerously.
Den Cameren's Man Friday.
Alter ettering simen Cameren tlie con
gressional nomination and getting his de
clinatien. the Republican conferees of
Lebanon, Northumberland and Dauphin
yesterday named Sam. F. Barr as their
Recommended for Aid.
In the Lutheran synod, in session in
Allcntewn, by the committee en missions
"Mt. Eagle church, of Lancaster county,
was recommended te the home mission
beard for aid te the amount of two bun
drcd dollars per annum.
Bin dick & Allen's show is giving two
exhibitions in New Helland. The' were
in Fairville yesterday te geed business
and will be in Quarryville en Thursday.
Tlie employees of the Heading railroad
were paid in cash yesterday for the month
A new crossing is being laid ever Water
street at the Reading depot.
A noted phydleitin of Xew Yerk, writes te a
friend : " I have in my mind a sultercr from
gmvel and a complication et kidney dis
orders, that was permanently cured by the
use of Prof. Guilnicttc's French Kidney Tada."
Tlie druggists sell them, s'21-ltrt
Excursion te Berks County Fair.
Special excursion te Beading en Wednesday,
September 29. Train leaves Lancaster (King
street) at 7:53 a. m., upper depot at 8:05 a. m.,
and Columbia at 7:55 a. ni. Fare for the round
trip only $1.25. Tickets geed te return en any
train. Returning trains Icarc Reading at 6:10
p. m. Fer particulars sec circulars at nil
Cinderella." This evening the spectacular
play of "Cinderella" will be given in the
opera house by Jarrett's large company. The
scenery i said te be magnificent and all new,
and the costumes very rich. The specialty
people arc all llrst-class and Include the great
Londen sensation, Miss Llzzle Slmmi, who
changes her danca and costume twelve times
in seven minutes; Miss Lillian Lancaster, the
cartoon artiste, from the Crystal Palace, Len
den. and Wallack's theatre, Xcw lerk; Little
Kate Seymour, and le petite Lcentlne, the
child premiere datucuse ; Miss Jennie Hughes,
a laverite Xcw Yerk actress, and a large num
ber of ethers who are well known here. Thcre
is a ballet of fifteen pretty girls In the festival
scene of the play. The company appeared In
Harrisburg last night, and both the play and
the people are well-spoken of by the Patriot.
There arc at least fifty people In the trenpe.
The careworn and overworked find comfort
and strength in Malt Bitters.
In East or West, or Xerth or Seuth,
They te themselves an outrage de,
Who cannot beast a fresh sweet mouth,
With teeth like pearls bcguinmcd with dew
When SOZODOXT all this supplies,
And works the charm befere our eyes.
Query Iiei-s tuc note shaver Mmvu with Cu
ticura Slriving Seap.
Pay Your Tax.
Every voter who wants te vote in Xevembcr
should leek after the payment of his tax. Col
lector Warlcl sits at the Court Heuse THIS
EVENIXG fronted te 0 o'clock te rccclve It.
GO THERE AXU PAT IT.
The name of WILLIAM McCOMSET, of the
First ward, will be presented te the Demo Deme
ciatic electors ei Lancaster at their primary
elections te nominate a candidate for As
sembly, under Democratic rules.
ELIMG. SXYDER, of the Xinth ward, wll
be a candidate for the Democratic nomination
te tlie Legislature from Lancaster City. Sub
ject te Democratic rules. td
At Blillersville en Saturday Kvening,
Sept. 35. Speakers: J. L. Steinmetz, D. Me
Mullen, U. F. Davis. W. U. Uensel.
Under the auspices of Third Wurdelub, at
Mack's brewery, Saturday evening, Sept. 15.
Speaking In German and English by Jehn A.
Ceylc and S. W. Shadlc, csqs.
In LnncMRter, General Torchlight Parade en
Friday Eveulug, Octoeer 1.
Welsh Mountain Inn.
Tri-county meeting Wednesday afternoon
and evening, Oct. 6. Speakers, E. B. Wiegand,
efiteading; It. J. Monaghan, of West Chester;
i(. F. Davis, D. McMullen, J. M. Walker, J. L.
Steinmetz, W. U. Uensel, W. II. Reland, Jno.
At Meuutvllle en Monday, October 11.
Speakers : Jehn W. Ferney, J. Luther Ring
wait, J. L. Steinmctc, B. F. Davis and W. V.
Tuesday, October li Speakers: J.W.Ferney,
J. Luther Ringwalt, Cel. Jehn E. Rltehle and
In Lancaster, en Tuesday Evening, Oct. 12.
Speakers: Jehn W.Ferney, J. Luther Ring
wait, Gen. II. Kyd Douglas and ethers.
Wednesday afternoon, Oct. IS (unless
changed hereafter). Speakers, Hen. Jehn W.
Ferney, J. Luther Ringwalt, Cel. Jehn II.
Ritchie, E. McCaa, of Alabama. Gen. H. Kyd
Douglas, Wm. II Reland and ethers.
There will be a meeting en Tuesday evening
September 21, of the Hancock and English
club of the Fourth ward, at Rethwellcr's hall
at 8 o'clock. Every Democrat In the ward de
sirous of joining Is respectfully invited te at
tend. Business of Importance.
There will be a stated meeting of 'the Han
cock and English club of the Fifth ward this
evening at 7 o'clock. Let every member be
present. Uniforms arc ready for distribution.
Eighth Ward Club Attention I
There will be a stated meeting of the Eighth
ward clnb te-morrow (Tuesday) evening at
7J o'clock at the headquarters, Dichl's saloon
A full attendance is solicited, as business of
importance will be transacted.
The Seventh ward Hancock aud English
clnb will meet at headquarters, Kuhlman's '
saloon, en Wednesday evening at "Y o'clock.
The roll will be open for the signature of new
Among the many advantages gained by 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 mechanics and complete equipment of machinery and
tools we are are prepared te execute and warrant all work en
trusted te us.
MUSICAL BOX REPAINING-,
MONOGRAM INSCRIPTION AND
ORNAMENT AL ENGRAVING, &c.
A great variety of new work in original designs will be produced
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, ta-ken in exchange, or made into new goods.
H. Z. RHOADS & BRO., Jewelers,
Ne. 4 West King Street.
On and alter SATURDAY, AUGUST 29, tiie cnUre stock of BOOTS AND SHOES et t'.ie
1 AttLOK SHOE STOKE, Xe. 2; EAST KIXG STREET, will be offered at a great SACRIFICE,
te CLOSE OUT BUSINESS. Desiring te engage in ether business, I talce this opportunity te
eflur the entire stock, consisting et
10,000 Pairs of Beets and Shoes of the best Styles and Makes,
at least Z per cent. less than tiiey can
ceeds for the last two year-, asnlemlit
less than ihev can be beusht elsewhere.
SHOES at lower prices than TUASIiean bu
FARMERS ! FARMERS !
Wishing te purchase their BOOTS A N'D SHOES for Fall and Winter, new is your chance te buy
CHEAP. Country storekeepers will de well te call while cur stock Is yet complete. We also
have a line of very tine oeili which we will sell from $1 te 82 a pair less than before. The EX
TIKE STOCK mu-t be SOLD out as SOOX as POSSIBLE. We also efier a part or the fixtures et
the store, consisting of revolving fixture in window. Lounges, part of shelving, Writing Desk,
one Fireproof Combination Safe, as gecd as new, and line Shew Case and Stand, at
PARLOR SHOE STORE,
Xe. 20 1-2 East King St., opposite Lancaster Ce. Bank.
C. A. Reeee.
SPECIAL X OT JCES.
It Is impossible for a woman after a faithful
course of treatment with Lydia E. I'inkham-s
Vegetable Compound te continue te suHer
with a weakness of the uterus. Enclose a
stamp te Mrs. Lydia E. Pinkham, JK Western
avenue. Lynn, Mas'.s., for pamphlets.
Bells, pimples en tlie laee, salt rheum, old
sores, and all cutaneeus eruptions disappear
like magic when " Dr. LInd-jpy's Bleed
Searcher" Is used.
Try Lechcr's Renowned Congh Syrup
DOCTORS GAVE III 31 UP.
" Is It possible that Mr. Gedrrcy is up and at
work, and cured by se simple a remedy t"
"I assure you it is true that he is entirely
arcd, and with nothing but Hep Bitteis :nnl
only ten days age his doctors gave him up and
said he must die !"
"Well-a-day! If that is se, I will go this
minute and get some for uiy peer Geerge. I
knew hops arc geed." -
Arousing its Readers.
An alarm of Arc at midnight is a startling
thing, but net half se startling te many who
hear it us would be the sudden knowledge et
their own dangerous physical condition.
Thousands of thousands are hurrying te their
graves because they arc carele.-sly indifferent
te the insidious inroads et itieae and the
moms et cure. It is the mission of 11. H.
Warner & Ce., with their Safe Kidncv and
Liver Cure, te areue men te u &cnse of their
danger and then cure them. JTenwltis Appeal.
The Value et Pure IVine In Sickness.
The chief difficulty with reliable wines h-js
been their scarcity and exorbitant price, but
life llfia hAnn ,-ntvi n tw I V til;. !it-rw! MnHnn i'
n x-., .,r, f. ,. .,......
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grape by Mr. Alfred Specr. of New Jersey. We
understand that he has submitted liii wine te
the test etmany of our celebrate.! physicians,
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and all concur in its purity, medicinal
sunc rierHv e the best li n r e
siipciierltj te the best impeitcd
Metet them prescribe it in cases
of debility, atlcctiens et the kidneys, anil
chronic complaints, requiring a tonic, su su
derlflc or diuretic treatment. Examiner.
This wine Is endorsed by Drs. Atlee and
Davis, nnd keld by II. E. Slay maker.
Try Leehei's Renowned Congh Syrup. j
Henry Clement, Almonte, writes : ' Fer n '
long tunc l was troubled with chronic Riieu.
matlsin,nt times wholly disable 1 tried any-
iiung uuiicveryiuingrcceiuiucniicii, uutiuiicu
te get any benefit until a gentleman
cured of Rheumatism liv Dr.Themas' Eelcctric I
Oil told mc about it. I began using it both in-1
ternally and pxternnlly, and before two het- j
ties were used I was radically cured. Wc find
ft a household medicine, unit ter Croup,
Burns, Cuts and Brakes, it has no equal.''
Fer sale by II. B. Cochran, druggist, 137 and 1G9
North Queen street, Lancaster. Pa. 23 I
Half the ills et human lite proceed trem n
torpid and disordered liver. Submit te them
no longer while "Sellers' Liver Pills" will !
euro you quickly. 25 cents per box. !
Wb would recommend all te try Dr. Brown
ing's Tonic and Alterative, as it Is a Perfect
Bleed Purifier. Makes new Bleed, Reddens
old Bleed, Enriches peer Bleed, and Gives
Vigorous Health. The dose is but one tea
spoonful for an adult, nnd smaller in preper
tien for children, and is exceedingly pleasant
te take. Fer sale by the Proprietor, W. Cham Cham
peon Browning, M. D., 1117 Arch Street, Phila
delphia, and all Druggists. Price 53 ccnts'and
TnsRE is se Evatoratiex or Detciloratien
In strength about Dr. Themas' Eclectric Oil.
The Ingredients of this incomparable anti
rheumatic and threat and lung remedy are net
volatile but fixed pure nnd Imperishable.
Pain, lameness and stiffness arc relieved by it,
and It may be used witlicar.il benellt exter
nally and internally. Per sale bv II. IS. Coch
ran, druggist, 137 and 130 North Queen street,
Lancaster, Pa. 21
".Brown' Bronchial Troches" arc used with
advantage te alleviate Cough, Sere Threat,
Hoarseness and Bronchial Affection",. Fer
thirty years these Troches have been in use,
with annually increasing favor. They arc 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 fewstaple remedlcsef theagc.
".Bretpn'jr Bronchial Troches"1 act directly
en the organs of the voice. They have an ex
traordinary effect in all disorders of the Threat
and Larynx, restoring a healthy tone when re
laxed, cither irem cold or ever-exertion of the
voice, and produce a clcarand ili&l inct enunci
ation. Speakers and Singers find the Trech.es
A Cough, Celd, Catarrh ei Sere Threat re
quires immediate attention, as neglect often
times results In some Incurable Lung Disease.
JJreum' Bronchial Troches" will almost in
variably givcrrellef. Imitations are offered for
sale, many et which are injurious. The genu
ine 'Bretrn' Bronchial Troches" are sold
only in boxes. lanl5-lydfiwTii,Th&S
Mothers! Mothers:! Mothers:!!
Arc yen 'disturbed at night anil broken el
your rest by a sick child sutlcring and crying
with the excruciating pain et cutting teeth?
It se, go at once and geta bottle of MRS. WINS
LOW'S SOOTHING SYRUP. It will relieve the
peer little sufferer immediately depend upon
it; there Is no mistake about it. There is neta
mother en earth who has ever ucd it, who will
net tell you at ouce tliat it will regulate the
bowels, and give rest te the mother, and relief
and health te the child, operating like magic.
It Is perfectly safe te Ubc In all cases, and picas
ant te the taste, and Is the prescription et one
et the eldest aud best female physicians and
nurses In the United States. Sold everywhere
25 cents a bottle. Il"-lvd&wM.W&S
LeAif. In Lancaster, Pa., en September 20,
1680, Henry Lean, in the 03d year of Ids age.
The relatives and friends el the family are
respectfully Invited te attend the funeral
from his lute residence, Xe. 311 East Orange
street, en Thursday morning, at a o'clock.
High mass at St. Mary's church. Interment
at St, Mary's cemetery. sep21-2td
Having made a specialty in goeo.
isplcndid opportunity is new offered te buy superior BOOTS and
ME IF AD VWlTISEMEliTS
WANTED AT THIS OFFICE COPIES
et the Dailt lNTEtxiOESCER of the fol
lowing dates :
JANUARY 20, 18S0,
JANUARY 24, 1SS),
AUGUST 26. 1830.
Alse Weekly copies of the following dates:
JAN. 1. 1880,
JULY 33, 1830. trd
100 Tens et Rags Wanted,
Fer which the highest price will be paid.
2,'4 CENTS PER POUND FOR GOOD
The highest price paid for Wealcns, Ola
Paper, Beeks, Ac. Ten Rag Asserters wanted
te whom the highest price will be paid.
JOHN A. SHOBEB,
Cor. Xerth Queen and Orange Streets,
yO-tfdR Lancaster, Pa
MIt. JOHN I. MISHLKR GUARANTEES
a dclightlul entertainment
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1880,
At the Opera Heuse, by MINNIE PALMER'S
MISS MINNIE PALMER,
MR. WM. J. SCANLAN,
and carefully selected company of Comedians
In the very successful Comedy, entitled MIN
Miss Palmer made as pretty and graceful a
hoyden as ene could wish te sec. Jfew Yerk
MRs Palmer may be considered the Letta of
the present generation. Sew Yerk Mercury.
PRICES, 35, 50 & 75 Cte.
Diagram at Yeeker's Bex Ottice. s21-4td
I "1ITY PROPERTY AT PUBLIC SAL.K
, yj en TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 21, ISSO.will
i,c seid at the Cooper Heuse. In the city of
I Lsmen-cter. tli linnsn nml let. lntlv nurnnl ntnl
I occupied by General James L. Reynold, dee'd.
I 'Pint 1rt f J (ittaktl 4"in tlm An at- eliln F VahIIi
I Tlie let is situated en the east side of North
! l'rillc? strcct m t,,,s cIt' tween Orange
, and Chestnut streets , at the corner et a public
, alley, containing in lrent en Prince street
aforesaid, thirty-three feet, and extending
eastward of that width ene hundred and
twenty-one feet, mere or less, en which is
erected a comfortable two-story BRICK
HOUSE, with two-story Brick Back Building.
It contains eight rooms, exclusive of the attic,
together with wide halls en each fleer, and has
a hydrant In the kitchen as well as In the
yard. Thcre are en the premises Grape Vines,
Peach and Pear Trees, all choice fruit.
Sale te commence at 7 o'clock p. m. of paid
day, when its conditions will be made known
; by the undersigned, who will then be inat-
tendance. A. SLAYMA
Executer et the will of James L.
S. Hess & Sex. A nets.
Mil. JOHN D. MISHL.ER HAS THE
honor of presenting
TUESDAY, SEPT. 21st, 1880,
Henry C. Jarrett's Operatic Spectacle,
Or, THE LITTLE ULASS SLIPPER,
which will be produced at the Opera Heuse
with Magnificent Scenery, Grand European
Ballet, Gorgeous Stage Costumes,
Large Orchestra and Magnificent Chorus,
under the distinguished master, Mr. Max
Maretzck. Notwithstanding the large expense
attending this great entertainment, NO AD
VACE IN PRICES,
35, 50 and 75 Cents.
Diagram at Yeeker's Office. seplO-Stil
FOB SAJ.E Olt RENT.
i'XKUUrOES' SALE Or CITV PROP-
ERTIES. The undershmed executers of
iiiicuaei .tiaiene, tieccascu, win expose te sale
en THURSDAY, the 11th day et OCTOBER, at
7 o'clock p. m., at the Cadwcll Heuse, the fol
lowing Real Estate, viz :
Xe. 1. A Let et Ground en the X. E. corner
of Orange and Shippcn streets, wlthatrontnge
of '.) feet, mere or less, en Orange street, and
nleng'Shippcn street northward 243 feet te a
public alley, en which is erected a commodi
ous and well built Mansion, Xe. 301, two-stories
high with two-story back building, all in geed
repair; also en rear of let a two-story brick
stublc and ether Improvements.
Ne. 2. A Pices et Ground en North Lime
street, west side, between Grange and Chestnut
streets, containing in trout en Lime street 37
feet, mere or less, and In depth westward 64
feet 4 inches, en which Is erected a two-story
Brick dwelling, Xe. 128, with its improvements.
Xe. 3. A Piece of Ground en south side et
East Chestnut street, near Duke, containing
in front 23 feet and extending in depth south
ward GG feet, en which is erected a three-story
Brick Dwelling, Ne. 41, with brick building at
tached, furnished with water and sewerage.
Terms made known at time of sale. .
WM. L. PEIPER,
JAMES M. BURKE,
Executers of Michael Molone, dee'd.
IIbxry SnrcEirr. Auct.
IJUBL1U SALE OF VALUABLE CITY
. PROPERTY. On SATURDAY. SEPTESI
BER25, 1SS0, the undersigned executer of the
will of Klllian Beck, deceased, will offer at
public sale at the Columbia Garden hotel,
feeuth Queen street, Lancaster city, Pa., the
following described real estate of said de
ceased, te wit:
All that certain one-story and attic Frame
DWELLING HOUSE with Frame Kitchen at
tached. Frame Barn with Wagen Shed attach
ed, Heg Sty and ether outbuildings. Well of
water with pump therein, fruit trees and ether
improvements, and 4 ACRES and 8G PERCHES
of land, mere or less, thereto belonging, situate
en the south side of Leve lane, in sold city of
Lancaster, adjoining Leve lane and property
of Christian Bees and ethers.
Sale te commence at 7 o'clock p. m. en said
day. when attendance will be given and terms
made known by
Jacob Gckdakbr, Auct. aug26-Th&Mtsd
A general meeting of the stockholders of
the Lancaster Fire Insurance Company and
an election of eighteen directors thereof, te
serve for the ensuing year will be held at the
emcc of the company, Xe. 103 West King
street, en MONDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1880. Be
tween the hours of 2 and 4 o'clock, p. m.
Secretary and Treasurer.
TUESDAY EVENING, SEPT. 21, 1880
Corrected Betnrns Shew a Clear Plurality for
the Union Candidate.
Pertlaxd, Sept. 21. The returns from
all but one town, Sheridan, have been re
ceived proving a plurality of 179 for Davis,
less 20 which Sheridan gave the Fusion-
ists last year ; but a partial comparison
made with the returns made te the secre
tary of state shows errors enough in the tel
egraphic returns te give a clear plurality te
Flaisted. These returns will have te be
compared with the returns te the secretary
of state in order te establish their correct
ness, and as seen as the secretary is heard
from the comparison will be telegraphed.
The Augusta Journal's Estimate.
Bostex, Sept. 21. The Augusta, Maine,
Jearnal telegraphs its footings by counties
giving Davis 100 ever Plaisted, 7 towns te
hear from. Probable inaccuracies in tele
graphing and otherwise will most likely
leave the final decision undetermined un
til the epening of the Legislature.
Uuchauau'd Hall Again.
Philadelphia, Sept. 21. The applica
tion te remit the forfeiture of the recogni
zance of Dr. Jehn Buchanan came befere
Judge Butler in the United States district
court this morning and the matter was or
dered te stand ever until the damages sus
tained by the government by the failu.u
of the defendant te appear be ascertained.
The hearing upon habeas corpus in the
case of Thes. E. Van Duscn will take
Murder Trial llcgun.
The trial of A. T. Gocrsen, charged with
the murder of his wife by poison, was be
Aftermath of the MayM Landing Disaster.
The mother of Lillic and Laviuna Grace,
two of the victims of the railroad disaster
at May's Landing, died yesterday from the
shock te her system produced by the un
timely death of her childicn.
ADruiiKcn Mether's Crime.
A uine-mouths-eld child of Geerge Mil
ler, of 1113 St. Jehn street, was smothered
this morning by his mother lying en him
in bed, while she was intoxicated. The
woman was arrested.
Urceubay, Wl Devastated by Fire.
Gueenbay, Wis., Sept. 21. A disas
trous lire here yesterday afternoon de
stroyed CO dwellings, 30 barns and the
Presbyterian church. The residences burn
ed were among the best in the city and the
flames were only stepped when they
reached the river. The estimated less is
Large Grain Elevator Burned.
Davenport, la., Sept. 21. The King
& Curtis elevator, at Kellogg, Iowa, was
burned en Sunday night. 10,000 bushels
of wheat and 4,000 bushels of corn were
burned. The elevator was valued at $100,
000. Barn and I-iveStaclc Burned.
Allentown, Pa., Sept. 21. The large
born of Wm. Saeger, at Hanover, was
destroyed by fire last night. Twe hordes
and a calf perished in the flames. Less,
65,000 ; insured. The fire is believed te
have been the work of an incendiary.
Cenvenllisn of the National Association.
New Yerk, Sept. 21. The National as
sociation of general passenger and ticket
agents of the United States and Canada,
commenced its semi-annual session in this
city te-diy. The attendance was large,
a majority of the railroads of the United
States and Canada being represented. W.
B.Shattuck of the New Yerk, Pennsylvania
and Ohie railroad, was in the chair with A.
J. Smith of the C. C. & I. railroad, secre
tary. The only important business at the
morning session was the appointment of a
committee of representatives of thirty
three railroads en a revision of through
rates. The association will meet every
day through the week.
TIIK UKKAT CITV.
Mysterious Disappearance of a German Emi
grant. New Yerk, Sept. 21. The disappear
ance of Maria Meyer, aged 22, a blonde,
who arrived in the steamer Mesel from
Germany en Saturday, is reported te the
police. She disappeared en the day of her
Severe But ICij;hteeu Sentence.
Prank Welch, one of the burglars who
broke into the dwelling of Mr. Figney, in
Brooklyn, en the 18th of August, and as
saulted Mr. and Mrs. Figney, an aged
couple, was convicted this morning in the
Kings county court of sessions, and Judge
Moere sentenced him te the penitentiary
for 20 years at hard labor.
Washington, D. C. Sept. 21. Fer the
Middle Atlantic states, cooler northerly te
westerly winds, rising barometer and clear
or partly cloudy weather.
The Alatln net Damaged.
New Yerk, Sept. 21. The officers of
tha steamship Alsatia, which returned here
last night with the coal in her bunkers en
fire, state she is net damagedjind will sail
Renouncing Ills Fultli.
Montreal, Sept. 21. A Catholic priest
of 14 years' standing, named Seguin,
writes a long letter te a local paper, ad
dressed Bishop Fabre announcing his con
version te Protestantism, giving his rea
sons there for.
Fearn Doesn't Come te Time.
Newport, R. I., Sept. 21. The Fearn
Mahony swimming match announced for
te-day in this harbor, is off Fearn failing
te put in appearance.
Killed by II H Sen.
Stratford, Ont., Sept. 21. Themas
Keelau, a well-to-de farmer, fought with
his son last night and received injuries
from which he died in half an hour.
The City of Chester.
Qceesstewn, Sept. 21. The steamship
City of Chester, which has been overdue,
has arrived here with "a broken shafr.
Haw Yerk Marlcac.
Xkw Yees. Sept. 21 FIeur-&tattaiid West
ern quiet; moderate expert and home trade
demand: superfine. $3254 10; extra de fsssa
415; choice, de 4 2034 65; tincy la. S
? tij2'umi UOOD oh!e 15 - cnelce
de 14 6535 75; superfine western $12331 je:
common te geed extra de $3 854 25 Tcheice
i. t!4c30e'? a " che,ce wh,te ww-t d 15
4 60; Southern dull, unchanged; common
SL11 655 ' KOeS te choice de
Sa 31Q6 50.
Wheat a shade lower and dull'; Xe. 2 Red
Oct..$l07ai07JS; de Nevl08Kans?;.
Cern activerand scarcely se firm; Mixed
western spot, &j30: de luture, 30f53c.
..pate quiet; Xe. 2. October. 33c; de Nev.
?4? etaic, ugw; western tjiyc.
Philadxlthia. Sept. 21. Fleur dull and
weak ; supprttue 135003 01): extra $3 0003 75 ;
Ohie and Indiana family $5000550; Penn'a
J1"?"?.'10 5 0OQ5 25 ; SU Leub iSSllly at 50
b(;MinneseUifamUy t5 25fi5 87: patent and
high grades 6 758 23.
Rye nenr ut $500.
Wheat dull and cesier: Xe. 2 Western Red
f-OMeittK; Fa. Red l 05ie6; Amber
f 1 U6a.
Cern quiet and easy ; steamer MJic : yellow
51c; mixed 53Kc.
Oats dull nnd lower; Ne.l, White 41J.j42c:
Ne. 2, de 41c; Ne. 3, de 40c; Ne. 2 MLxeCSscI
Rye firm at 93c.
Previsions steady; mess perk $160001625;
beer hams 1S 00011) 00; Indian mess beet at
1S00 ; smoked hams at 12313c; pickled hams
syi'lejc ; bacon smoked shoulders 6rQ7c ;
salt de 6c.
Lard stead v : cllv kettle nt SVrtTS'rir .- iiuvm.
butchers' Sc; prime steam $S ".
Butter quiet but steady ; Creamery extra
3132c;de. geed te choice 2$S0c; Bradford
county and New Yerk extra. 27g30c; Western
reserve extra 2022c ; de geed te choice I710c ;
Rolls scarce: Penn'a extra 21321; Western re
serve extra 21324c.
Eggs In small supply and llmi ; Penn ut 22
323c; V::tei-ii 21322c.
Cheese strong; New Yerk full cream 13W$
14c ; Western full cream 13c : de fair te geed
129l3ic; tle half skims 11311c.
Petroleum nominal ; refined HUc.
Whisky dull at $114.
Seeds Geed te prime CIuv.t dull nt$S0J
(iS 50; Timethy firm at $2 73S2 &: Flaxseed
Monday, Sent. 20. The receipts of beeves
at the West Philadelphia yanl for past week
were 3,000 head: North Philadelphia yard.
6011 head. Total, 3,600 head.
Brxvcs were active at a decline et te He
per pound, the latter en common. We quete
Extra at 5;!i3(te; geGd,5l5?'c; medium, 4
JSJJc; common, Xi$l!c; bulls and cows, -Ji
Ki.i'Ac : calves, at 5J efOc. Fresh cows, $i te
445 per head.
SALE AT TUB Wtlir 7Ult.ABEt.rHtA YARD.
150 ISegcr Mayncs, Western, and West Va.,
IS Owen Smith, Western, account G. Sham Sham
bergtCe.;22 We-t Va.. account W. S.
Keiter ; 0 de. de., J. G. Thompson ; 32 de.
F. Hell ; .U de.. Pepper anil Buchtnan,
250 Cs. &1LF. McFiltcn. West Va., account
Lehman Bres. ; U de., C. B. Carney ; 20
de de., Heyneld X Thompson ; 31 West
ern, account Jas. All; 18 Chester county,
ncceunt Ezra llnll, gross, 45Kc.
173 A. A J. Christy, Western, gross, KiQSrXe.
lv!7 tllinan & Lehman Bres., West Vu., en uc uc
ceunt Lehman Bres., 5c.; 78 de., 4J5K ;
23 He., Pepper A Ce.. 4J34 ; 18 de.. Hen Hen
dereon & Ce., I'ejc ; 15 de., Jehn Mc
Ardle, gross, M',e.
21 J.is. Clcmscn, Western, en account Levi
Sensenlg, 33 de.. Justice Dunn, 19 de.,
James Anil, gross, 4Ji35Jc.
59 Dennis Smyth, West "Va., account W. P.
Rcmyn ; 51 ite., own account, gross, 4
Jehn McArdle.S. Ohie, 5Cc; 51 Western,
lf0 Daniel Murphy, West Va.. gross, 4J5c,
216 Frank Lnwensteln & Ailler, Western and
West Pa., gross, 4J5J4C
2!1 G. Sclinmhcrg & Ce., Western, en account.
36 de Lehman Bres., 45c.
44 F. Scheetz, U est Vu., gross, 45c.
20 II. Chain, jr.. West Fa., own account. 59
West Va.. account of Jehn O'Neill ; 10 de
Atlia & Morgan. 435c.
.TO Daniel Smyth & Bre.. West Va.. account P.
B. Coekmun; 50 de., Wm. Pest; 50 de.,
ether accounts, 4J3"c.
55 L. Hern, West Vu.,own ucceunt, gross, 3
IG0 Bachimin & Levi, West Va., gross. 435Je.
61 Abe Osthcmi, West Va., gross, 44;,c.
85 M. Levi, West Vu., gross, 43c.
20 II. Chain, W-st Va.. gra-is, 4r5e.
120 Schauiberg & Paul, West Va., gross, Vi
11'.) James Aull, Western, gross, 45)c.
35 James KusUicc, Western una West Vu
18 P. Huthway, Pa gross, 45e.
Sheep were active, although' prices wce well
maintained and extrachei.ee seilingat an ad
vance of 3Jc. Lambs wure Inactive and prices
slightly etT. We quote Kxtxt at4.7j;35Jc;
geed, 44Jc; medium, 4??4c. : common,
334c ; culls, 3c. ; Western Pa., Laiulis, yx
5c : Chester county de 5i36 ; stock
ewes, $2.7533.50. Arrivals West Philadelphia
yards, 6,000 hi-nd ; ether yards, 6,W0 head.
Total, 12,100 Head.
Samuel Stewart sold 527 head of dressed
uhce at 638c.
Hogs were dull but prices were still high.
We quote extra at 8JJ8Kc ; fair, 737,.ic Ar
rivals at all yunls 5,5oe heud.
Nbw Yerk Stocks.
A. 31. A. M. P. X.
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l". M. r. Jl
Krli; IC. R
Miclii-'im S. & L. S
Michigan Cent. R. R D5
Chicago & X. W
Chicago, 51 & St. P
nan. .y at. .1. i;em
Teledo Wabash ...
Ohie A Mississippi. ..
St. Leuis, I. M. AS. R..
Ontario and Western.
C C.&I. C. R. R
S'mv .lerxev (.Vntr.il-
Del. & Hiul.sen'Canal.
I)el..i.nelc.& Western tWJi
Western union lei..
Pacific Mull S. S. Ce.
Kansas A Texas
Xew Yerk Central...
Cleveland & Pitts...
Chicago & Reck L...
Pittsburgh A Ft. W..
Pennsylvania R, R...
Northern Pacific Cem 'My.
" P'd . 55
PItts.,Titusv'e& If.... Ur'i
Phll'a & Erie R. R
Centra Trans. Ce.,
WANTKD .EVKKYIIODY TO ADVEK
tlsc, free of charge. In the Intklmexn
cer. who wants something te de.
GIRL WANTED TO BO iF.NKRAl
Houewerk. Apply ut once with refer
ence at 5 East King street. A geed salary will
be paid te one that suits. ltd
Office of tub Maiiest Mutual Lifb Asse-
ciatiex or SKLixeoueVB, Pa. (
WANTED-UOOD, ACTIVE. KKSPONSI
blu Agents in each township or the
county of Lancaster. Apply In hand writing
of Applicant te the Heme Office.
L. R. HUMMEL. See'y.
Sclin.grevr, Snyder county. Pa.. Septemlcr
il A meeting of the stockholders of the
Woodward Hill Cemetery will Im held at
Roberts's Hall en MONDAY, SEPTEMISER
27. at 3-o'clock p. in., te take action en the np-
rillcatlen about bcinif made te our courts ter
ncrcased privilege te our charter a- may be
deemed best. J. B. M A RTI.V.
LADlfcH AND OKNTS
It you want a
GOOD FITTING BOOT OR SHOE,
Keay-madc or mada te order, call at
Ne. 10S North Queen Street.
Custom Werk a Specialty. te2CSAWtfd
pi AS FITTING AMD PLUMBING.
JOHN P. SCHAUM,
Ne. 27 SOUTH QUEEN STREET,
PLUMBER, GAS AND STEAM FITTER.
A Large Assortment el
Constantly en hand.