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LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER. MENDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1880
torches ablazc,did geed marching up Mar
ket te Perry street, down Perry te Frent,
and dowuFrent te Lewer Marietta, when
the liue hickory pole was raised opposite
the hotel of Jehn Finn.
UK. SWKNTZtXL'S l'IS.
Me ICecuvera it Through the Agency
Tlcntl A Strange ury.
Dr. Swcntzcll, of Pittsburgh, late of this
city, has recovered the diamond pin which
was taken from him by a couple of garro garre
tcrs en Pciiii street, a little ever a month
since. Tlies, Godfrey, the saloon keeper
through whose agency the pin was re
turned te its ewucrj tells the following re
markable story of the manner in which its
recovery war. accomplished :
"About a week age he (Godfrey) re
ceived iufoimatieu that the doctor's pin
had been sent away from Pittsburgh shortly
after it had been taken from its owner,
and scut te Cleveland where it had fallen
into the bauds of some well-known fence
" Conceiving that he had struck upon a
plan by which he might recover the valu
able trinket and actuated by motives of
Icrseiial friendship for Dr. Swcntzcll, God
frey left with two companions for Cleve
land last Monday afternoon. Learning that
be parly in whose possession the object of
his search was supposed te be could be
found in Penny's saloon, en the corner of
Hank and Lake streets, Godfrey went
there villi his companions shortly after 10
o'leck en Monday night and was
rewarded by seeing the pin in the
possession of a stranger who refused,
however, te deliver it up and succeeded in
making bis escape when Godfrey made an
attempt te take it from him by force. In
attempting te prevent the escape of the
man with Hie pin Godfrey became invelv.
d in a row with several of his accomplices
in which he was obliged te draw a revolver
upon bis assailants who locked the deer of
the saloon te prevent his escape. The dis
play of the revolver, having effected his
release fieni the dangerous predicament
ia which he was placed, Godfrey pro pre
reeded te bis hotel, and was upon the
point of going te bed when he was ar
rested en a charge of carrying concealed
wcajHtns, and taken te the central sta
tion where be remained until a friend went
his bail in the sum of $00. His treatment
while in the police station at Cleveland,
Godfrey describes as barbarous in the ex
treme, the turnkey, a man by the name of
Miller, refusing him proper feed and de
clining te allow him te communicate with
his friends in any way. After bis release
Godfrey continued his efforts te recover
the pin, which he was finally enabled
through agencies hieb he claims were
totally iinkuew u te him in getting posses
sion of Hie pin en Wednesday afternoon.
The centre stone is inisMiig."
The .Junier i:aml Fair.
The fair which for the past week was
being held in I Solicits' ball closed en Satur
day night, there being an immense num
ber of persons in attendance. That por
tion of the goods which has net been dis
posed of by 10 o'clock was sold by auction,
and fair prizes were realized.
Following is the result of the voting for
the ai tides named :
Sleigh A. Uitzer, 701 votes ; .1. C.
Spaeth, 7,10 ; Frank Zcllers, Ge ; E. Itos Ites
Sewing Machine Mis. Compteu, 2(55 ;
Annie Hcrtmati, 211 ; Celia Downey, I'M.
Silver Watch .1. E. McMichacl, 100";
IJeiij. Fex, '17.
National Council Kcgalia E. S. Kurtz,
of Ne. 22, 302 votes ; J. P. Winewcr, of
Ne. 120, 2;;a.
Hep. te State Council ltegali.i and Apron
Strasbuig council, 11 votes. Ne ether
Silver Caster Sue Erisman, 38e votes ;
Kate Mishler, -) ; Lizzie Nelsen, 157 ;
Miss Gerrccht !).
Wax Flower Annie Eiismaii, 11 vets.
Ne ether contestant.
Large Cress Jac. L. Kberly, 140 votes ;
Harry Steele, 7.
Small Cress Maigie llumphreville,
120) votes ; Miss McG linn, 59.
A number of articles were chanced off,
the most valuable of which, a lounge, was
wen by Mrs. J. 1). Lcbkiehcr.
The management desire te extend their
sincere thanks te the ladies having charge
of the several tables, through whose well
directed efforts the fair was made a suc
cess, and te the patrons for their liberal
snppeiland excellent behavior.
Ol'K KKGULAK COBBESPOKVKNCK
The younger members of the Vigilant
fire company desire trading their large
Claff & Jenes engine for a smaller engine
of the same make, ana te that end arc
thinking of holding a fair towards the last
of the present year. The engine new in
use is most loe hcavj te make geed head
way with in going up hill.
We are at this writing having the loug-leokcd-for
It is reported in Columbia that the com
pany who appeared here about a week age
with the Lcenbcrg dogs has ;;one te
Marriett Brosius, esq., of Lancaster
city, is announced te speak te the Repub
licans of Columbia en Thursday evening
Mrs. James Newlen, of Lancaster, Pa.,
was visiting friends in Columbia yester
day. Miss Lizzie Graver, residing en Den
Cameren's farm, is visiting her cousin
Miss Annie Graver.
J. W. Themas, suix-i inlcndeut of the
Shawnee rolling mill of this place, arrived
in Columbia this morning, and informed
a prominent citizen with whom we had
conversation that the mill would certainly
resume operations en Monday morning
next. This iufei matieu is about as reliable
as can be had.
The following communication is handed
us with the request that it be published :
" Last evening two ladies went te Mount
Jicthcl cemetery te visit the graves of the
children of one of the ladies, and remain
ing a little later than usual, they reached
the gate at the Locust street entrance te
find it closed and locked. They say Mr.
Siicath, the sexton, and ethers weie sitting
en the perch of the sexton's heusc,aud did
net offer te open the gate te admit of their
passage through, and but for the assist
ance of a friend they might have been com
pelled te remain in the home of the dead
all night. As it was, they were compelled,
with the aid of a chair, te jump the high
fence encircling the cemetery." We knew
nothing of this matter eursclf.
WE CALL YOUR ATTENTION TO THE IMMENSE STOCK OF
NEW STYLES OF DRESS GOODS,
THAT WK NOW DISPLAY OX OUK COUNTEK--.
LADIES we call attention te the new lines of Ladies', Misses' and Childieu's Hosiery, that vu luuc just opened.
LADIES we call attention te the immeme stock of Ladies and Children's Underwear, in all sizes, from lowest te finest
' LADIES we call attention te the immense stock of Dress Butten.':, from lowest te finest qualities, in all the new styles.
3"Priccs in every department for the quality of goods we offer will be found te be as low as the same goods can be bought
in any of the larger cities. We respectfully invite examination.
GIVLEK, BOWEKS & HUBST,
25 East King Street, Lancaster, Pa.
MONDAY"EVENING, SEPT. 27, 1880
PORTE AND POWERS,
WAR IN EUROPE INEVITABLE.
THE SULTAN'S DEFIANCE.
FA1K AT KOKTHEKN JU AKKLT.
Animal Kvhiliilien of IJie Agricultural
On Wednesday the annual fair of the
Lancaster Agricultural and llerl icullural
society will open in the Farmers Northern
market house and continue until Friday,
October 1st. Te-day the managers are
silting te receive entries and award space
te exhibitors. Catalogues and premium
lists may be obtained free by calling at
Kathven A; Fisher's store Ne. 101 North
Queen street. A fiuc display of agricul
tural, horticultural and household products
is confidently expected. Fer particulars
see advertisement in another column.
JIM ISLAINK, or maim:.
no l'.ifcHCB Through en a Morning Train.
Hen. J. G. Blaine, of Maine, passed
through Lancaster en the 11 o'clock train
this forenoon. While the cars were stand
ing in the depot, Mr. Blaine appeared en
the platform and was received with ap
plause by the crowd in attendance.
Andy Kauffman, of Columbia, who
voted :; limes against Blaine, at
the Chicago convention against the
wishes of his constituents, jumped
upon the platform and insisted en shaking
hands with him. Hay Brown, who also
voted from lirst te last against Blaine, was
less brazen-faced, and dodged about un
easily in the crowd. Wash. Jack, of the
Sixth ward, was the only ether local poli
tician who pushed forward te shake hands
with the defeated Maincac. The real
fiicnds of Blaine btoed back, wishing te
hear what he had te say.
Mr. Blaine expressed surprise at seeing
the crowd, and asked hew they happened
te find out that he was en the train. He
then said he was glad te meet Pcunsylva
nians ; was born in the limits of this great
state, in which he could trace back his an
cestors. He said that he looked upon the
election of General Hancock as a menace
te the industrial interests of Ihc country,
and he felt sure that whatever ether states
might de at the coming election, Penn
sylvania would have the geed sense te
stand by her own interests and give Gar
field the largest majority she had ever
given a candidate for the presidency.
Bidding an affectionate adieu te Wash.
Jack, Mr. Blaine entered the car and the
train moved off.
He speaks at Pittsburgh te-night and
thence moves en te Ohie and Indiana te
explain te the Buckeyes and lloesiers hew
that terrible slip-up in Maine took place
and te prepare them for the Democratic
deluge that is sure te overwhelm them in
What it Led Te.
This afternoon Andy Kauffman, the
pertly attorney from Columbia, and the
only politician, besides Wash Jack, who
had "sand" enough te shake hands with
Herse ami Huggy Stelen. j
On Tuesday last a man stepped at the j
Cooper house and registered as J. Stoffer, j
representing himself te be a member of
Stoffer & Myers, tobacco dealers, Nes. 1017
and 1019 Pratt street, Baltimore. On
Wednesday he requested Mr. Tripple, the J
proprietor of the hotel, te get him a horse '
and buggy te drive te the country for a i
few days, as he wished te examine the to
bacco, with a view of making purchases.
Mr. Tripple sent one of his employees te
Brimmer's livery stable and Mr. Brimmer
promptly bupplicd the team, the man
premising te return it en Saturday. Net
the least suspicion of anything wrong was
entertained, as the fellow spoke glibly
about a number of prominent residents in j
this county, witlt. whom he professed j
acquaintance. As he did net return at the j
appointed time Mr. Brimmer began te
make inquiries and seen learned that there j
was no such firm in Baltimore as Stoffer & !
Myers, and the fellow was unknown?!
te the persons in this vicinity whose j
names he had se- effectually used. The ,
stolen horse is a dapple gray, about 9 j
years old, somewhat flea-bitten about the
head, a little se under the cropper,
and has the tail switched oil rather snort
SJ-: A V VVK TISEJIUXTS.
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
ORNAMENTAL 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, taken in exchange, or made into new goods.
H. Z. RHOADS & BRO., Jewelers,
Ne. 4 West King Street.
The vehicle was an erdinay top-buggy, (
with piano box. Mr. Biimmer has sent I
telegrams in all directions and offers a re- j
ward of $25 for the return of his property i
and $25 for the capture and conviction of j
The thief appeared te be about 15 years j
of age, was net mere than 5 feet 5 inches
in height, but quite stout, and were a ;
blue llanuel suit of clothes. i
Funeral Scr ices in AHcntewn.
The Allcutewii papers, in noting the
death of Bcv. D. P. Kescnmillcr there, add
that funeral services were held at the house
of Mr.Kcck(where Mr.lt. died,after receiv
ing cvciy attention) yesterday afternoon.
Bcv. Hill offered prayer, after which Bcv.
Hay read the memorial service. Remarks
were then made by Ucv. Dr. Sadtler and
Bcv. Minnieh, Rev. Dr. Weed pronouncing
Uuiiavtay at 'Willow Street.
On Saturday evening a horse, which was
being driven by Ames Kreider and his
brother and Ainaziah llaruish, at Willow
street, frightened at the cars. Harnish
was in the buggy when the horse started
and he was thrown out. He was picked
up in an insensible condition but seen re
covered. He was net cut but slightly
bruised. Dr. Winters, of New Danville,
attended the man.
KitcYiiiLL. Ill East. Denegal In p., en Sept.
S5, lbSO.SIrs. Elizabeth Kieybill, aged 78 years,
9 months and 7 days.
Her relatives and friends are respectfully
invited te attend the funeral Irein tin: rcsi-
1 1 dunce her son-in-law, J. G. liecrner, en the
j Mt. Jey and Maiictta turnpike, en lo-menou
' (Tuesd'iy) morning at 10 o'clock. It
; Haoeleakz. In this city, en Scpl. 27, lsse,
; Anna Mary, wile of Christopher liugclgun.,
j in thc3Sthycaref her age.
j The relatives and mends et the iauiily aic
: respectlully invited te attend her tuuural
from the residence of Iter husband, Ne. 320
East King street, en Wednesday afternoon at
, "o'clock. Services tit St. Stephen., church.
. Shenk. In Lancaster, Pa., en Sunday, Sept.
' 2i, ISsO, I!. W. Shenk, el Lancaster city, in the
; Uithycaref his age
! The relatives and friends of the Iauiily are
! respectfully invited te attend the funeral liein
his late residence, Xe. 220 East King street, en
Wednesday, at 2:30 o'clock. Interment at
1 Woodward Hill cemetery. -Id
i Kesknmilm'. Uev. I). I. I'eM'iiiuiller, et
' congestion el the brain, in .Mleiiteuu, Sunday,
at :t o'clock a. m.
I Funeral at J'. o'clock Tuesday, lieiu his lute
; residence, '". 1 Xerth Duke street, thK city. Iii
j torment u Woodward Hill cemetery. The
' clergy of the city and the Iriends et the family
are rcspectfit'ly invited te attend without
lurthcr notice. -tt
NJi w Ait rujiTiiiJ-:ju:x ts.
Kale of Ileal r.statc.
Henry Shubert, auctioneer, sold al public
sale en last Saturday evening al the public
house of William Balz, a one story brick
dwelling belonging te the German building
association. Situated al Nes. 117 and lit!
Derwarl street, te Henry AVelf for $700.
Samuel Hess & Seu, auctioneers, sold at
public sale en Saturday last at Millcrsvillc,
Lancaster county, for Jehn Kcpperling, a
house and let, situated in Millcrsvillc, te
Benj. V. Linlncr for $1,175.
Jacob ("umlaker, auctioneer, sold en
Satin day evening at public sale the prop
erty belonging te the estate of Killian
Beck, Leve Lane, this city te August
Man, for $2,0(18.50.
Sen Yerk Tobacco Slarkct.
The following sales of seed leaf tobacco
arc reported by J. S. Gans's Sen & Ce.,
tobacco brokers, Nes. 81 and 8G Wall
street, New Yerk, for the week ending
September 27, 1880 : 1,700 cases 187!),
Pennsylvania tillers, 0(m7--c. ; asserted,
12r,2l.',c. ; wrappers, 10(fl,'Wc. 100 cases
1878, Pennsylvania, ll(22c.; !)00 cases
1879, New England seconds, 1014c.;
wrappers, 17,35c; Housatonic asserted,
22(?25c.; 50 cases 1878, New England
wrappers, 15(j20c.; 800 cases 1879, State
"Flats' 12.(jr)lGc.: 100 cases 1879, Ohie,
7(('10c.; 100 cases 1879, Wisconsin, 0llc
150 cases sundries, 8()20c. 3,900 cases.
Senater Blaine this morning, was passing
Lew Hartraan's cigar store. Lew, who is
ji strong Blaine man, shook hands with
Andy and congratulated him be
cause he shook hands with
the Maine senator, but told him
that he thought he displayed a geed deal
of check in doing se. This led te a wordy
dispute, and it attracted the attention of
many passers-by. The two men almost
engaged in a quarrel, although both pre
tended te be in a geed humor. As Andy
was blowing himself off he said: "Weil
Garfield was net my candidate and I
did net vote for him.'; About this time
Kauffman noticed that an IsTEhMciENCcn
reporter was standing near, and he said
' I heard of this as seen as I left the depot
and I hear that the Istelligexcki: has it
all. It is water for their mill."
Common 1'Icas Court.
This morning the first week of
picas court beian.
The list was called everaud it was found
that 20 cases were ready for tiial. The fol
lowing were disposed of :
Jacob D. Stauffcr, new for the use of
Isaac Brciicmaii. vs. Jehn L. Brandt. Set
tled. Lancaster County national bank vs.
Ames Bheads. Plaintiff suffers non-suit.
Themas B. Claflin, Edward E. Eamcs,
Uorace .1. i'anchild, William b. Dunn,
Dexter N. Fenc, Daniel Robinson and
Geerge Claflin. trading as II. B. Claflin &
Ce. vs. II. B. Kabcr & Sen. Judgement
was entered in favor of the plaintiff for
Mary M. Reese vs. Jehn Hildcbrandt.
Judgment was entered in favor of the
plaintiff and against the defendant with
defendant te pay costs. This was an
issue te try the right te certain property
levied upon by the sheriff.
Rev. James Galen, Franklin county, Pa.,
new residing in Portland, Maine, was
married en Thursday last te Miss Mary
Clark, youngest daughter of Edwin Clark,
of this city.
The Lancaster bar will held a meeting
te-morrow afternoon te take action in re
gard te the death of Maj. It. W. Shenk.
NEW VIANG V1SK Y CHEAP.
Ail entirely new piano will lie. sold at
manufacturers wholesale prices. Applvsoen
2U1K Al THIS OFFCK.
I PtM.f O'n Wednesday nieriiing la-t a 1AP
' PLKD tiltAY HOKSIO, llca-bittcii about the
j head, sere underbid and sere back, and tail
switched off short, attached te a Tep Uuggy.
! was stolen from the undcrigncd. A reward
of $25 will be paid for tiie return el the team
I and $23 for the arrest and comictien el the
scp27-3td FKEDKl'ICK I'l'KMMKU.
Albert C.plcy, el aicUaniels' P. O., Ohie,
JUiikcs a Statement. :
" 1 have been a great sufferer for years with:
liillammaliouel the Kidneys, and a neiveu:i j
disease that caused a twitching of the lace, !
mouth and eyes le such an extent Hint I could j
net appear in company. Day's Ividncv Pai
lias entirely cured me, and I shall never fall te !
deall I can te have its meiits known." 21
Excursion te i.crlts County Pair. i
Special c.cuivien le I'eadingeu Wednesday, I
September 20. Train leaves Lancaster (King '
street) at 7:.V a. in., upper depot at S:(Cia. in.,
and Columbia at 7:.V a. in. I'are for the round
trip only $1.2Ti. Ticket. go,d te return en any !
train. Hemming trains leave Reading at f:I0 ;
p. in. Fer particulars scu circulars at all
stations. scp2l,2.V-7Sllw '
Cleanse, whiten and bi aulify the skin villi ,
Ctiliciira Medicinal Toilet Se:ip. !
SPECIAL ORDERS FOR
Dogs tiair-mil it through their teeth,
should be kept tree lreui virus. Use
DONT, keep tin; human teeth clean.
damage can be done by Ihc man
his girl, "1 icel like eating you
in he says te j
up, dearest." i
licceivc mesleaietiil attention.
DKMCXS AND ISTIMATI'i hUi;HTri'D
B. P. BOWMAN,
106 EAST KING STKKET.
. -.'"'Ji'&iaHrs --
T)tlftTltAlT OP "
HANCOCK AND ENGLISH
Fer .-ale at THIS OFFICK.
V SPECIAL MEETINt! OF TIIE SHI1-!
Her Steam Fire Engine Company, Xe. 7,
will be held te-morrow (TUESDAY) evening
at 7j t o'clock, te take action upon the death et
our esteemed tellew member, K. V. bhenk,
esii. 1'y order of the president.
100 Toils or Rags Wanted,
Fer which the higheat price will be paid.
2'. CENTS PEIl l'OUXD FOK ('ODD MIXED
KACS. Jl'i CENTS PElt POUXD FOIt
Vt HITE KAUS.
The highest price paid ler Woolens, Old
Paper, Heek", Ac. Ten I tag Assertcr, wanted,
te whom the highest price will be paid.
JOHN A. SHOBER,
Cor. North Queen and Orange Streets,
yj-lfilKl .Lancaster. Pa
The meet attractive and l'eeherciic Line et
OPEN TIMS DAY AT
SM ALI NG'S
THE ARTIST TAILOR,
121 X. JUEEN STREET,
and flint lie
fest ion. sick headache, dizziness
s cured by Malt Hitters.
Car off the Track.
( n Saturday afternoon, as the Dillei villc
local en the Pennsylvania railroad was
passing wct-t, near Saluuga the train was
cut in elder te allow the train men te run
a car en Ccrber's siding. The train was
cut and the engine ran ahead with the car
in eiilcr te .switch the latter until the
rear of the train came up. The men who
were en the rear car did net put en the
brake in time and a collision occurred. One
car was thrown from the track but was
net broken and after about 20 minutes work
it was again placed en.
Right Rev. Bishop Vail, of Kansas,
preached te the congregation at St. James
church, this city, yesterday morning, and
was auneunccd le preach in St. Jehn's
Free church in the evening. During the
morning, however, he received a dispatch
from Tepcka, Kansas, that his son had
been thrown fiem a carriage and danger
ously injured. In the afternoon a second
dispatch was lcccived that the young man
bad died fiem the injuries received.
As is well known te most of our readers
young Vail's mother is a daughter of the
late Bishop Bewman.
Conductor Qcorge W. Fordney, of this
city, was one of the crowd in front of the
Union League building, corner of Bread
and Chestnut streets, Philadelphia, who
wauled te hear Blaine, of Maine, make
a speech. He knew that there were
pick-pockets in the crowd, and cautioned
several persons near him te leek out for
their watches. Then feeling for his own
he found that an adroit thief had stolen it
by cutting the ring attached te the stem of
the watch and leaving the chain dangling
te the vest. The watch was an open
faced hlgin with heavy silver case.
It is impe-sible ler a woman after a faithlul
course of treatment with I.ydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound te continue te sutler
with a weakness el the uterus. EucIoke :i
stamp te Mrs. I.ydia E. Piiikham, 2SS Western
avenue. Lynn, Mass., for pamphlet's.
What is the use in going te the seaside for
health when " Dr. Lindsey's Rloed Searcher"
is what you need.
The Chicago Times fays: Warner's Safe
Kidney and Liver Cure is highly endorsed by
ministers, judges, physicians, surgeons, by
men et literary and scholarly distinction, and
by individuals in all the walks et life. S
Fer titty years "Sellers' Liver Pills" hae
brought health and happiiif-s in thousands el
homes. Ask your druggist for them.
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IT. 11. Cenlcrencc.
A ministerial meeting of the Lancaster
district of the East Pennsylvania confer
ence of the United Brethren in Christ will
be held in the U. B. church, at Ephrata,
en Tuesday aud Wednesday of this week,
September 28th and 29th. About sixteen
ministers of the district will be present,
Sunday Scheel Celebration.
At Willow Street en Saturday the M. .
Sunday school held their celebration in
Randelph Harnisk's weeds. All had a
pleasant time and the ladies of the Sunday
school deserve much credit for the manner
in which the affair was get up.
Wm. Kautz, plumber, Maner street,
while attempting te beard a train near the
West King street station en the Reading
railroad, made a misstep, and getting his
feet under the wheel of a moving car had it
badly crashed, the beet being almost tern
from his feet.
Attention, First Ward.
The First Ward Hancock and English club
will meet te-morrow evening at the club room,
Ilciiry Xeimcr's saloon, corner of Orange and
Water streets, at S o'clock sharp, ler the pur
pose el receiving their uniforms.
The regular weekly meeting of the Fifth
ward Hancock and English club will be held
te-morrow (TUESDAY) evening at VA o'clock,
at the Urccn Tree Hetel.
Sixth Ward Atnericus Club, Attention.
The members of the Sixth Ward Americus
club will report al headquarter!-, Schiller hall,
te-morrow (TUESDAY) evening at "! o'clock
sharp, lully equipped ler parade through the
ward. All members who have net as yet re
ceived their equipments can get the same by
applying at Uau & McCulley's store, Xerth
Queen street, this evening at 7 o'clock. All
Democrats and Hancock men arc invited te
participate in tiic parade. The lieutenants
and sergeants of Hie club are requested le
meet at the Central Headquarters, Centre
Square , th is evening at 8 o'clock.
FULTON OPERA HOUSE,
Wnesflw Eraii, M. i
Te bu addiesscl by
Hen. W. A. Wallace,
U. S. Senater from Pemr'a.
J. Br IAETII & CO.
OF IUK.MINGHAM, ..
The regular stated meeting of the Seventh
ward Hancock and English club will be held
at B. Kuhlman's saloon, Rockland street, en
Wednesday evening at 7J4 o'clock. Every
member Is requested te be present as business
of importance will be transacted.
The Yeung Men's club el the Seventh ward,
will held their regular meeting at Utzinger's
saloon, Tuesday evening. Every member Is
AGK1CULTUEAL AND HORTI
The Annual Exhibition of the Lancaster
County Society will open en Wednesday, the
2!)th of September, 1880, and continue until 10
o'clock p. m., October 1, at the Northern
Market, North Queen street, Lanea-tcr, Pa.
Fruits. Flowers, Vegetables, Grains. Seeds,
Demestic Productions, Household Matititac
tnres. Mechanical Implements, Tobacco, lice
Products, Fancy Werk, Cabinet Ware, Furs,
Dairy Produce. Saddlery, Sewing Machines
and general household articles will be re
ceived and placed in competition, governed
by the rules published in premium list.
Ne entrance fee required Irem exhibitors :
and open te ail in the county and state be
yond. Single Tickets 20 cents. Children 10 cent-,
and satisfactory arrangements made for the
admission of Exhibitors.
On Monday, the!7th inst., the officers will lie
in attendance at the place of exhibition te as
sign space ami make ether preliminary ar
rangements. Premium listd can be had at 101 North Queen
street until the opening of the Fair.
Exhibitors should have written lists of their
exhibits before they enter them in order te
prevent inaccuracy and contusion. Carctul
officers will be appointed, and everything
guarded with fidelity.
MANAGERS : Jc-scphF. Witmer, Paradise ;
Calvin Cooper, Uird-in-Hand ; Jehn C. Lin
Ville, Gap: Peter S. lteist, Eititz; H. M. Engle,
Marietta; Jehn H. Landis, Millcrsvillc: M. D.
ITnnftlm PwAaewall V -U If nskiri enl i U
requested te be present, as equipments will DO JBathren, Lancaster; W. M. Brosius, Iaberty
dvAn rtnr. fl flnnm- sT29.til
We are new .showing New and Attractive
Designs in CAUPETS and WA1.1. PAPEKS.
All grades el
Brussels id lira Carpets.
Our stock is larger than ever before, and
will be sold at
VERY LOW PRICES.
MATS, RUGS, CRUMB CLOTHS, &c.
Cerner West King and Prines Streets,
Latest 'ew Frem Heme ami Abroad.
1UE WAR ClAIUU.
An Implied Declaration et Hostilities Ity
Londen, Sept. 27. The Manchester
Guardian's correspondent at Gravesa tele"
graphed at 3 o'clock ou Sunday evening, as
follews: --Yesterday the Priuce of Mon
tenegro received an official intimation
from the Perte that auadvance toDuIcigne
would be regarded as a declaration of
war. The Prince el 3Iontcuegre con
sequently has telegraphed te Admiral
Seymour that he is net prepared, with
out the aid e the laud troops of the
powers, te attack the Albanians, rein
forced as they are by Turkish regulars
and artillery." The correspondent
adds : "This step of the Perte's must be
regarded as tautamount.te a declaration of
war against Europe, and the powers can
never submit te disperse the licet at the
mere fiat of the sultan."
The Daily Ncics this morning -ays
though France may possibly net take
part in the bombardment of the Turkish
positions, .she will net with draw her
ships or dissociate herself morally from
Del.. Lack. A Western SK ,;
Western Union Tel... OS W'i
Pacitlc Mall S. S. Ce.. S' 3Si
Manhattan Elevated. 29): 2"2
Union Pacitlc Ss $7
Kansas & Texas 3i 04
Xew Yerk Central : ....
Cleveland & Pitt
Chicago & Heek I
Pittsburgh ft Ft. W
American U. Tel. Ce
Pennsylvania K, K...,
l'hil'a. & Keading.....
Lehisrh Navigation... 3S',
Northern Pacilic Cem S-i
-J 8Ji mi
97U 9R? 97$?
5 3t2 384
w-i a-K ?s&
.vV ? ju?
Pitts., TitutrVft U..
northern Central ..
Phil'a Erie It. K.
Ceiit:il Trail. Ce..
Lecal blocks ami Bends.
CIVIL SKI-TICK KKPUJCM.
Hew it Works in Turkey.
Ce.N!tantinupi.e, Sept. 27. The .spirit
of reckless defiance is becoming meie in
tense at the palace. The .sultan has or
dered that any official expressing a con
trary opinion te the policy which he has
adopted shall be dismissed and exiled.
Never since the time of Mahmeiid the
Terrible has such an order been i tsiicd.
DIED AT HIS POST.
; ei an Engineer A
PluugcM Over it ISritlu
f?.. Fkamjisce, Sept. 27. A siiccial
excursion train from Sacramento, having
en baaid the First regiment of infantry
California National Guards, was thrown
lrem the track at uaklaml uriuge, by a
misplaced switch. The locomotive, ar.d
tender weie ditched and the engineer who
remained in the cab te put en the air
brakes, was drowned. The fireman was
saved from drowning by a soldier. Al 1
iln soldiers were mere or less bruised ,
and one of the baud men was severely cu t.
The car containing the band men is .sus
pended ever the edge of the bridge ami
ether cars aic lying en their -idcs.
Presbyterian Contention at rinladclplila.
PinijADi'i.ruiA, Scp.27.-At the Pan-Prcs-bytcrian
convention te-day it was agreed
te held the next council atl'clfast, Ireland
in 188-1. The business committee reported
adversely en the invitation te appoint del
egates te represent the council at the
Methodist council in Louden next year
but after a spirited discussion the whole
subject was recommitted. Papers weie
read by Rev. Dr. A. R. Vanzandt, of New
Brunswick, N. J., and Uev. Edward I.
Merris, 1). I)., of Cincinnati ; the former
en "Cieeds " and the latter en Prcsby
teriaiiism and Education." The session
closed with the usual discussion of the
papers before the convention.
A UENERAL STKIKK
Ordered hy Pall Kiver Spinners.
Fall Riveis, Mass., Sept. 27. At a
meeting of the spinners' committee held
ycslctday fe consider the advisability of
sti iking in ten or mere mills, in case of a
reduction of wages in this city October
lth, the committee decided te lccemiuenil
a strike at all the mills in the city. Their
rcpeit will be picsculcd te the entiie
union for action te-morrow evening ar.d
will probably be adopted.
"Washington, D. C, Sept. 27. Fer the
Middle states, generally cloudy weather
and light rains, with falling followed by
rising barometer, southwest te northwest
winds, and lower temperature.
New Verk market.
KNkw Yerk, Sept. 27. Fleur Mate and West
ern steady, moderate expert and home
trade demand; .Siiperllnc, '!2.'t 10; extra
de .'iM4M); choiee,'de$l 54?l i : laney de.
$1 705I0: round hoop Ohie $ I Vifil 50: eheiii'
de $t(K)5 75; buperliiic wecleni .":27g! IK):
common te geed extra de .P'SVSII 25: cheier
de ile I .'!!; 25 ; choice white wheat de ft 15
Sgl IX); Southern apiict; common te lairextia
$1 75CJ5 25; geed le choice de 5 )( 50.
Wheat a. shade stronger, quiet; Ne. 2 IJitl,
Oct. $1 07l r,.
Cern dull, a shade easier: mixed western
spot, 50'ft5y;: de lllturc, 50;j'g52,'e.
Oats without important change; Ne, 2, Oct..
:"ie ; de Nev,, ISc ; de Dec, 5ve.
Pim.AUKi.rniA. Sent. 25. Fleur euiei: 4111-er-
fine-75:tn; extra-;:' 25100; ohieann In
diana familv $5 Ui5 50 ; Penn'a Iauiily de
f 1 S75 25 ; St. Leuis family at $5 5fi H) ; ill 111 111
ncseta lamily $l7."iQ.'rj; p.ilcnt unit high
ermle-i $)! 758 25.
Bye Heur at 500.
Wheat lirmer: Ne. 2 Wcnti-rn lt-d f I ur-ifi)
ler.;; Peiiu'aKcd$Iur!Ui; Amber fl ;;
Cern scarce and wanted by local trade ;
steamer !lV.a ycllewJil!c; mixed 51c.
Oats steady : Ne. 1, White, 42JJ tic: Ne. 2 de
4IHc; No.3de 4010e; .Ne. 2, Mixed :.Je.
Kye scarce at llJc.
Previsions in llrm Jobbing trade; m's,
perk l;oel(J2.; beef hams US oesiauo : In
dian m.-ss beet at $18 50; smoked hams liy.Ti
12c; pickled hams !!0',c ; bacon jnieKed
shoulders G'c ; salt de Gf.';c.
Lard llrm fclty kettle at 8-c ; loe.c hulcli
eis'Sc; prime steam S3 "7.
Butter quiet but steadily held; Creumety
extra 32c; de geed te choice 2U31e;lSrailfeid
county and New Verk extra. 2;s$2!)e; Western
reserve extra 2123c ; de geed te choice lOfgK: rf
ICells scarce : Pena'a extra 2023; Western r-serv-
Eggs steady ; Pcnmi scaice al C2j; Western
Cheese quiet but strong ; New Yerk full
cream 'Sialic: Western full creum 13c: de
fair ;te geed li-gc; de hair skima Ihwil'-Cc.
Petroleum nominal ; relincd at llXc.
Whisky lower at $1 12.
Seeds Geed te prime Clever dull at 7 7
US 25 ; Timethy nnn at $2 75g2 fee: Flaxseed
firm al $1 30.
New Yerk Stocks.
A. M. A. r. r. m. r. Jf. P. 51
10:15 10:55 11:45 1:20 2:20
31 one y . (jf)
Erie U. It 3SJ 3SM5 38 37 87
Michigan S. & L. S....10 100 1(W 10T-H K '
Michigan Cent. It. IS.. 112 91 VS'A S3 93
Chicago & N. W 102 102X VH 101 10HJ
Chicago, M & St. 1... 91 'J2
Han . St. J . Cem 37 38 37
' " P'M.... SOM 80K S0j2
Teledo & Wabash.... 35 35 X
Ohie & Mississippi.... 21 32 S4
SL Leuis, I. M.&S.K.. I!i; 49 48i
Ontario and Western 'H'i
C. C. & I. C. It. K 17
New Jersey Central.. 71 11 71
Del. & Hudsen Canal. S3 83 S3
Lauc.Cit v I per et. Lean, due 150.
" " IS85."
' " l-sye..
5 per et. In I or M years.
Lane, and i tiarryv'c 1C. K.bend....
Lancaster aud Kphnita turnpike...
Lane . Kliabetht'n anil Middlet'n..
Lancaster and Fruitvillc turnpike.
Lancaster ami l.itil. turnpike
Ijiue:isteraiid Maner turnpike
Laueasterand Mauheim turiipike.
Lancaster and Marietta turnnike..
Lane, and New Helland turnpike
Lane, and Straburg turnpike
Lane. aiidSiistniL-hanua turnnike.
I.anc. and Willow Street turnpike.
Farmers' Nat. lt.mkel Lancaster...
Fir-t Nat. I'ankef Laneaster
Lancaster County Nut. Il.iuk
luiiiirer Printing Ce
Laue.liiu Light and Fuel Ce. stock.
" " "x bends. 100
The above schedule et local stocks, sub
stantially, was prepared by .1. I!. Leng ami
Hist publNhcd in the yew I'm. It ts repub
li-heil because it has been teuiid accurate, ami
it Mill be from time te tune corrected, en
larged and amended according te the Intel
li;knc!:i.s bc-t iutoi-inalieii.-KiH. l.NrKLHOEN-
PiiiL.MiEi.i'111 . September 27. Cattle niarke1
dull: sale. I.UK) head. Prime 5-g3c:
geed 47s5e; inediiiiii l!(ifi'5c ; common 3J..J
(ii'le; mixed" 2J.J3)..c.
hcep market -fair; sales 10,'xm head.
Prime t7x5'Ne: geed lj;l',e; iiiediuui l
I'.e ; com moil 39li: eulls 3c; lambs 4
;'..e ; stock ewes f2 753 50.
llegs Market lair; sale et 5,:K) head ;
extra. .s-,ff.s!.;e : lair 7!.;7jie.
IITLTDN OPIOKA IIOUSL.
TUESDAY i:VL.MN(;, SE1T. 28,
The .lull ic-t Coined von Kecenl.
An Kslab'lislicd New Yeik Fayerltc,
H!SiIi!5;: CLINTON HALL'S
i nvi iii.m
C. W. IJicliardMin.
NEW SOXtiS MUSIC, M1KTII ANU DANCES
NEW SONUS DANCES
NEW SONUS IH1MICKY. DANCES
The Company net Kxcelled. All Metropolitan
Artists. Admission :i.-.. OiV .A Cl. Keserved
Seats 7.1 CIs. Kc-erveil Seals en bulc at the
Opera Heuse Olllce.
Clm-. Melville Hii-iness Malinger.
1'OKSAl.K OK JUOfT,
On WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMItEK 29,188V,
will lie sold al public sale, al the late residence
of Jehn Tomliiieii. deed. Ne. 49 31 idille street,
a let of Household Furniture, consisting of
lrils. Tables, chairs, etc. There will also be
-.old lour excellent Milk Cens. Hay, Straw.
Uniss, Manure. ,te. Terms cash for all pur
chases under fill. When the amount exceeds;
f 10, the purchaser may give Ids note, with ap
proved security, ler iai days, if bu desires.
Sale le commence at 2 o'clock p. in.
I. F. Kewr, Auels. Executers.
I )iii(Lic hai.u or ciTVritF:.siir.NCE.
On Weunesday, October 6, 1880,
at the Lcepaid Hetel, en East Itiiigstrcet, will
be sold a three story Ill'lCK DWELLING
with two story buck building ami wash-house
attached, situate Ne. 148 East Walnut street,
containing hall and nine rooms, bath room
w ith water closet, Ac., heater ill cellar. ICitngc,
hoi and cold water in Kitchen and bath room,
gas throughout, and the chandeliers and llx
turcs remain. The let is20.120 feet, extend
ing te the allcv. Te view life premises call ou
Herr & St.iuuVr, Ne. 3 N. Duke street.
Sale locemiiieneeul7:.''0p. m., when terms
will be made known by
II. Slinr.i:KT, Auct. s:!5 27,:"0ceet2,5,
ui:i.it; sai.k or household rincNi
TUItE. On WEDNESDAY, SEl'TEM
I1EU29, INSi, will li-sold ler tin; undersigned
executer, at Ne. 123 Nerl h Prince stieet, lin
caster city. P.i , tin: fellow iug personal prop
erly, te wit :
Twe bedsit ails and bedding, bureau, wash
stand", two book e,ise, two lawyer's desks,
tables, ehaiis. mi-King chairs, refrigerator,
wine press, a line set of chinawnrc. glass ami
tueensware, howl, anil pitchers, tinware,
three stove-, one of which is a cook stove a.,
geed as new; al-.ua lolefstovt; pipe.abeut 175
yards of ingrain and rag carpels, a large let el
"mil and stove teal. and about one cord of
hickory weed sawed ler stove use and kind
lings; ISirsch water, some brandy and wine,
and a large let of bottles ileiiii.'ehiis and bar
rels, tubs and slaud-t and ether articles.
Sale te ceinmciiceaL 10 o'clock a. m. of Mild
day, when attendance will be given by
Evccuter of the last will efUen. lames L.
SAM'r. Hiss & Sev, Aucts. sep25-:;td
1)UltM; SALE OF VAl.UAISLi: JtKAI.
estate. en thuicsday evening,
SI'i'TEMI'Elt.'iO, l.-ffO, al the Franklin Heuse,
North Queen street, will he sold at public sale
the lollewing valuable leal estate, vic:
Ne. I. A two story and mansard-reef 1SUICK
DWELLING HOUSE, with two-story ISrlck
i'ack JSuildiug atlaehed.aiid bit or piece el
greiiml, situ.iteat the corner of North Duke
ami Frcdeiick streets, in thecily et Lancaster,
containing M! lect in Irent ami 115 feel la thu
rear, Tlieie isa well of etceilent water with
pump therein ; aNea cistern with mill water
ami pump theiein in back building ; then: ki
miieli clniice truit ou the let.
Ne. 2. A two-story STONE WAUEHOUSE.
:j) feet squint,, u'ith tillice attached, 1 by 20
feet. Frame Stable ami ether improvements,
and let or piece et gieimd flouting IS feet en
Frederick ..licet, and extends IV, leet in the
The above piepei lies w ill he sold separate aa
described or as a whole, as may suit pur
chasers. Possession and geed title en April 1. ISM.
Sale te commence at 7 o'clock p, in., when
due attendance will be given ami tcrcjsef sale
made known by
i.i. u . 1.. l.r.l'IMU.
S. Ilcbs & .-en, A nets.
On SATlJi:i)AY.O(,Te!"EU2,!ssO,iii jmr
siiaiiti; of an oitleret the Orphans' Court of
Lancaster county, the uiidcrsi'jiicd will sell at
public s;!,. :,t tiie Letipanl Hetel, East King
street, Lancaster city, tlie following Itcal Es
tate, late of Jehn Arneld, dee'd, situated in
the 3d want of said city, between Seuth Chris
tian and Seuth Dukij streets, ami between
Kast Milllin and East ine .street-, consisting
of three continuous purparts, viz:
Ne. 1. A one-story STONE DWELLING
HOrsi;, about 2i" lcets(iiaie, with gieund be
longing thereto, tienting en a 20 leet wide
alley, and being about 2i" feet in width and
abeiit b2 feet in depth, adjoining Ne1. 2 ami 3,
and lauds of E'ias Me.Mellcii and ethers.
Ne. -2. A two-sterv ISUICK i:t;iLDING, new
u -ct I as a Coach Manufactory, about 20 by 24
Teet, with gieund belonging thereto, being
partly 15 leet and partly 21 leet In width, ami
about 51 leet in depth, adjoining Nes. 1 anil
3 and gieund et Henry bwent.el, Wayne Icn
Ne. 3. Alwo-steiy ISUICK HUILDING, about
15 by 19 leet, and a Frame ISulitling, formerly
uscdasa 1'icwery, with tin; Tubs, Kettles and
ether implement.-, u-t;d in same, with the
ground belonging thereto, being partly 32
teet, and parti v 23 lectin width and about
."W in depth. ailioIiis'Nes. 1 ami 2, and ground
et Jacob Lamparter, estate et Jacob King and
Sale te commence at 7 o'clock p. in. of said
day, when attendance will be given and terms
of sale made known by
scpG-ltdM Executrix of Jehn Arneld.
WANTED J-VXSYBOOX TO ADVER
tlse, free of charge. In Uie IrrrrixieBt
cxb, who wants something te de.
Orrici: op tub Mahexv Mutual LnrK Asse-
ciATiex ei- brxiasouevE, Pa. j
WANTED GOOD, ACT1VK, ItJSSrONSI
ble Agents in each township or the
county et" Lane-aster. Apply in hand writing
of Applicant te the Iletnu Offlce.
U 11. IIU3IMEL, Sec'y.
Sclinsgrevc, Snvder county, Pa.. September
17 . ls-W. seplC-lmUfttw