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LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER. TUESDAY OCTOBER 5, 1880
OUlt KUGULAU COUhESPONDENCE
The Hancock Invincibles, under com
mand of Captain W. Whiteficld Welsh,
have sent elf for their uniforms adopted at
a mcetiu;; held a few evenings since. The
uniform consists of a tin helmet (like that
adopted by Captain Fondersmith's Repub
lican company), a blue flannel shirt with the
letters H. and E. inscribed en the breast
plate, white neckties, white belt and
torch. . Te this will probably be added
white yleves. The uniforms are expected
here in a few days.
The Vigilant fire company will held its
"regular monthly meeting this evening and
complete arrangements for the trip te
Ilagerstewn, Md., en the 20th of the pre
sent month. It will be ascertained hew
many equipments are in the possession of
members and hufliciencics will be supplied.
Te-night in company H armory will be
given by a special committee a "calico
The ministers of Columbia held a meet
A gipsy train passed through Colum
bia yesterday, crossing the bridge into
Justice Samuel Evans and Mrs. Evans
have icturned from their visit te their
daughter Miss Lilliu at West Chester.
Itcv J. J. Russell, pastor of St. Peter's
Catholic church, who has been
traveling in Europe for the past couple of
mouths, has icturned te Columbia.
The Republican helmet company will
parade te-niglit and the Republican bat
talion to-ineirow night.
Company II. was inspected last evening
and the company court-martial met.
The surface of the water at the Reading
and Columbia coal shutes is en a level
with tlie feet mark of the depth pest there
planted. This is somewhat of a rise in the
During most of last night we had rain,
but the present indications are that the
weather will clear.
The Pennsylvania railroad company yes
terday morning commenced selling tickets
te the Yerk county agricultural fair. The
tickets are geed until October 9.
The illncs of Mr. P. S. Brugh, the
diuggist, stil! confines him te his resi
dence. Mr. J. C. Gitt, the Pennsylvania canal
company's collector at the locks at this
place, has been very ill during the past
few days. He is new se far recovered as
te be able te be en the street.
A party of fishermen from down tewaids
Lancaster left heie en the Pert Deposit
toad at ll:l."i te-day.
Locust street, between Sixth aud Sev
enth, is being macadamized. Fisher &
Sen, of Norwood, are furnishing tire
W. F. LeckaitUs mausoleum in Mount
IJethel cemetery is slowly Hearing comple
tion. The workmen are new employed in
building the walls which will be finished
in a couple of weeks, when the inside work
will be commenced. The Wrightcr mau-'
solemn, te be built when Mr. Leckard's is
completed, will net be as line a struc
ture. liass arc being caught in unusually large
numbers, lie is a peer fisherman indeed
who cannot manage te hook one of these
gaiiH fish in a day's trial.
Jeseph Gerlitzki. Steinman & Ce. fur
nished, the plate glass and it was put in
by Geerge W. Brown, who also did the
painting, oiling aud varnishing. The
marble base upon which the new front
rests, was furnished by Mr. Charles Mack Mack
insen, marble mason.
Mr. Kinzlcrmay congratulate himself,
net only en having one of the largest and
finest supplies of beets and shoes ever ex
hibited in Lancaster, but also en having
one of the most complete and attractive
sales-rooms in the city.
Prof, Uuilmette's French Kidney Pad is the
greatest discovery of the century for the cure
of all diseases of the kidneys, bladder, and
urinary organs, In both male ani female.
De. Beowxise's Tonic and Alterative is the
popular liloed Purifier, Tonic, etc., because it
is made by a Regular Graduate et Medicine, Is
tbe result et scientific research, is accurately
and elegantly compounded, wonderfully effi
cacious, is taken in very small doses, and is
pure, clean, and pleasant te the taste. Price
50 cents and $1. Fer sale by the Proprietor. W.
Champien Crowning, M. 1., HIT Arch Street,
Philadelphia, and all Druggists.
' They cannot all lie," was the observation
of one while reading the endless testimonials
te " Dr. Lindsay's Weed Searcher." It is inlal-lible.
Cheap excursion te Beading en Saturday.
Octobers. Fare for the round trip only 81.23
Train leaves Lancaster (King Street) at 7:55 a.
m. and Columbia at 7:55 a. ni. Tickets geed te
return en any train. Grand Democratic
parade at 1 p. All clubs are invited te attend.
Governer Gee. B. McCfclIan, W. U. Ilensel and
ethers will speak. Fer particulars see circu
lars at stations. e2.4,3,8Altw
Jeffersen in "The Rival'' Te-night. Mr.
Jeseph J cllcren will te-night appear at Ful
ton opera house in his latest succcsslul role,
Beb Acres, in Brinsley Sheridan's famous
comedy "The Rivals," and the event will be a
notable one in the present season. The New
Yerk 7'ri&unc,speaking of Mr. Jeffersen's com
pliance at last with the general public desire
that he should appear in some ether part than
Hip Van Winkle, says : "He has net tired et
liis old character any mere than the public has
tired et it ; but be has felt the mental need of a
change, and he lias recognized the claims of
the new generation of play-goers upon that
versatility of art, aud these resources of lac
ully anil humor, which gave enjoyment te
theatrical audiences of an earlier time, and
which laid the basis ei his professional re
nown." The cast comprises Jeffersen as
Beb Acres, Frederick Koblnsen as Sir Antheny
Absolute, Mrs. Jehn Drew as Mrs. Malaprep,
Mr. Maurice Itarryiiiere as Captain Absolute,
Mr. Charles Waverly as Kir Lvcius O' Trigger,
Miss llesa Hand as Lydia Languish, Mi.-s
Adlnc Stephens as Lucy, Mr. II. F. Tayler as
Falkland, Mr. Themas Jeffersen (second son
of the comedian) as Fag, and Mr. J. Galloway
Will Positively be Sold
en Thursday afternoon, at 2 o'clock, en the
premises en the Mlllersvillcplkc,tlial valuable
property with five acres el land, mere or les ,
with all improvements, belonging te II. G.
Their Rights and Duties by Law.
I have suffered irem a kidney difficulty for
the past ten years, accompanied with nervous
snasms. Physicians gave me but temporary
relief, but alter using three and one-half bot
tles of Warner's Sale Kidney and Liver Cure,
my nervous spasms were entirety relieved. My
age i;77 year.-.. 1 recommend thLs great rem.
edy te all suffering from nervous troubles.
Eaiiten. Pa. 4
Help te Zllethers Nursing Infants.
It ! a con ceded fact that mothers who have
the care, anxiety and draught et nursing in
lants, are weak and need the aid et some
strengthening tonic te make np the nourish
ment required ler the growth of the child.
Ale, porter ami lager beer have often been re
commended. Of late, since physicians have
become aware-that the Pert Grape Wine pro
duced by All red hpeer, et Pas-ale. X. J., Is
strictly pure, they have prescribed It instead
of ale and porter. This wine is principally
sought for by metheis who have nursing in
fants at the breast, as the best supplying medi
cine te be leuml. The wine is rich in body nnd
net intoxicating, but gently stimulating.
Druggists generally keep it. Enquirer.
This wine is emleised by Dis. Atlce and
Davis, and sold by ii. H. Slaymakcr.
We have just placed en exhibition an invoice of OIL PAINT
INGS of varied subjects and rare merit. Among them will be
found a number of Original Game Panel Fieces by Meucci. Origi
nals and Copies by Gaetagnela and ether Artists; Figure, Fruit
and Bird Pieces, Neapolitan Character Studies, &c., &c.
The public are cordially invited te call at our store and in
H. Z. RHOADS & BRO., Jewelers,
Ne. 4 West King Street.
TUESDAY EVENING, OCT. 5, 1880.
OVER THE OCEAN.
FLOOD, FLAME AND FAMINE.
SAD RECORD OF CASUALTIES.
LAYCOCK WINS THE BOAT RACE.
DEATH OF THE AUTHOR OF "MARTHA."
31 uzzliug Speech and lres.
Nutrition improved, strength restored
disear-e arrested by Malt Uittcrs.
While the Acids we're reaming ever,
Breathing new-mown hay and cloirer,
We'll think of her, as is our went.
Whose teeth and breath arc, eveiy day.
White as white clever sweet as hay.
And all from using SOZODONT.
The only medicinal soap adapt'
shaving Cuticura Shaving Seap.
eil te cay
Kckihtlnir an Officer.
Between 1 and 2 o'eleck this morning
Ofliecr Ceylc nicked up Mary Sherlock, a i
well-known street-walker, in the Pentisyl-1
vania railroad depot. She resisted arrest, i
and in her resistance was assisted by Gee.
Hele, otherwise known as " lleggy ': Kote
The eflicer called for assistance, and Jacob
Hcline responded. After considerable
struggling, during which Miss Sherlock
severely bit the efliccr's hand and Hcliuc's
arm, tlie woman and " Ileggy " were se
cured and taken te the lock-up. This
morning they had a hearing and Mayer
MacGeniule committed the woman for SO
The name el WILLIAM McCOMSEY, of the
First ward, will be presented te the Demo
cratic electors et Lancaster at their primary
elections te nominate a candidate for As
sembly, under Democratic rules.
EI.IM (J. SNYIIEB, of the Ninth ward, wil
be a candidate for the Democratic nomination
te the Legislature from Lancaster City. Sub
ject te Democratic rules. td
davs and the man for 25 days.
This afternoon shortly after 2 o'clock
lletc was taken before. Judge Patterson en
a writ of habeas corpus with a view te his
discharge. Fur want of time the judge
declined te hear the case before next Sat
urday afternoon at 15 o'clock.
West Marietta Club.
The Hancock voters have organized i
club in West. Marietta. The fifty names
en the roll will be increased at the next
meeting. The eilicei selected are as fol fel
President Aaren Seurbeer.
Vice President Benjamin F. Shields.
Secretary Isaac G. Iiineman.
Treasurer 1 lenry Fletcher.
Captain S. AV. Price.
First Lieutenant Geerge Paules, jr.
Second Lieut. Geerire Clinten.
Oidcily Serge mt Jehn M. Campbell.
Mated meeting of the Kighth ward llaueeek
club te-morrow (Tuesday) evening at 7
o'cleek at DiehlV saloon, High street.
There will ben meeting et the Fourth rd
eliib en te-morrow (Tuesday) evening at S
The ticienth Yi'ard Hancock Club
meet regularly every Wednesday evening at
Yi o'clock, sharp. Headquarters at Kuhlman's
sidoen. Ilecklaml street. Full attendance de-.-ircd.
A Meeting el the Yeung Men
of the Kighth ward who will cast their first
vote for Hancock and English will be held :il
DUshi's saloon en Wednesday avening at T
Welsh Mountain Inn.
Tii-ceunty meeting Wednesday uttcrnoeii
aud evening, Oct. (!. Speakers, K. 11. Wlegand,
of Beading ; 15. J. Menaghau, of West Chester ;
i:. McCaa, i!. V. Davis, D. MeM alien, J. M.
Walker. .T. L. Steinmetz, W. 17. Hcn-cI,
Iteland, .Inc. H. II. Dellaven.
Friday evening, October?. Speaker: s,
ShadlK, W. H. Reland.
i en Monday, October 11. Spcakeis: .lehn
lerncy, J. Luther Illngwult, E. McCaa. J.
Try Leehcr's Renowned Cough Syrup.
Mether: JHetiiers:: Mothers:!!
Are you di.stitihcd at night and broken el
your ret by a sick child sullering and crying
with the ecruci.aing pain et cutting teeth?
I! mp. go at once and getabettlc of MRS. WINS
LOW'S SOOTHING SYRUP. It will relieve the
peer little Mill'erer immediately depend upon
it: theic is no mistake about it. There is net a
mother en earth who has ever used it, who will
net tell you at once that it will regulate the
beucN. aud give rest te the mother, and relief
and health te the child, operating like magic.
It is perfectly safe te use in all cas.es, and pleas
ant te the taste, and is the prescription et one
et the eldest and lie-tlcuiale physicians and
nurses in the United Staies. Sold everywhere
23 cent-a bottle. (ilT-Hd&wM.W&S
Poverty and Suilciiiig.
"I v.as dragged down with debt, poverty aud
sullering ler years, caused by a sick family and
large bills for doctoring, which did them no
geed. 1 was completely di-ceuraged, until
one year age, by the advice of my pastor, I
procured Hep Hitters aud commenced their
use, and in one month we were all well, and
none el us have seen a sick day since, and 1
want te pay te all peer mcn,yeu can keep your
familic ; well a year with Hep Uittcrs ler lees
than one doctor's vi-it will cost. A Working
1'retcct the Little Ones,
l'aeTKCT the Liitlk Oxks ti em the often latnl
consequences of croup, with Df, Themas' Ee
leetric Oil. it U the king et all cough medicine
as well a apeeiless remedy for rheumatism,
lame back, sprain, bruies.Yuts. piles, kidney
troubles, etc. Take it inwardly and apply out
ward! v. Fer sale by 11. B. Cochran, di uggist,
137 and I3!i North Queen street, Lancaster. 30
The State 'lux.
Yestculay County Treasurer GrelY vis
ited Harrisburg aud covered into the state
treasury ever 61G,000. including balances
due from 18-0, which, added te $20,000
previously paid and ever $20,000
paid for licenses, makes about $60,
000 paid by Lancaster county en account
of state taxes during the year.
Jeseph Jenes, residing en Church street
and employed at. the Penu ironworks, was
severely injured yesterday by having a
piece of steel strike him in the eye, whcie
it still remains.
' Jlreivn's Bronchial Troches"" are used with
advantage te alleviate Coughs, Sere Threat,
Hoarseness and Bronchial Affections. Fer
thirty years these Troches have been in use,
with annually increasing laver. 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 fe w staple reined ie of tiieage.
The Tlt eat.
'' Jlreicn'i Bronchial Ttechcs"1 act directly
en tlie organs of the voice. They have an ex
traordinary effect iuall disorders of Iho Threat
aud Larynx, restoring a healthy tone when re
laxed, either irem eeld or ever-exertion of the
voice, and produce a clcaraud distinct enunci
ation. Speakers and Hinijcrs lind the Troches
A Cough, Celli, Catarrh ei .eie Threat re
quires Immediate attention, as neglect olten elten
timc results in some incurable Lung Disease.
Browni Bronchial Troches" will almost in in
variaely give relief. Imitations are offered ter
sale, many el winch are injurious. The genu
ine " Brain? Bronchial Troches" are sold
enl: in liej.es. iunl.-i-lyil&wTu.ThAS
F. Davis, W. 17. Hcmtcl and Win.
J. W. Ferney
E. Ritchie. E.
13. Speakers :
Till; EAST END.
Attractions in That Locality.
Among the many splendid views of
beautiful landscape about our geed cily
none compares in extent and richness with
that from the reservoir location, looking
north, south, cast and west, taking in the
city and many square miles of our most
highly cultivated rural districts. Just new,
when the early autumn is tinging the foli
age with bright colors, the beauties of this
view are greatly enhanced, and it is avcII
weith a walk out that way te see what a
gladsome picture is displayed te the en
raptured view en every hand. The tide of
improvement tee surges toward the East
End and the development made in that
direction in the past decade is something
marvelous. Fiein St. Antheny's church te
Witmcr's bridge there has been a steady and
uninterrupted inarch of progress and while
scores of substantial publie and private
buildings have been erected, new streets
laid out, pavements aud gutters laid, gas
and water exlcndedjthcre has been a steady
rise in the value of properly and a grow
ing appreciation of the desirability of
locating houses in that neighborhood.
Mr. Clark's sale of lets last fall grcatly
stimulated this growth, aud purchasers
then lind themselves in possession of lucky
investments. The 18S0 sale comes off
this week and is likely te be well attended.
A ilamlsome Improvement.
Fer some time past workmen have been
engaged in putting a new front in Fred
crick Kinzlcr's brick building, Xes. 1G1
and 1G3 North Queen street, and occupied
by Mr. Kinzlcr as a hoot and shoe store.
The work is new finished and the building
is one of the most attractive en the street.
The new front is of the Queen Anne
style of architecture, the weed-work
being of solid ash of very fine grain,
of chaste design and elaborately
carved. The windows and doers arc
filled with immense plates of heavy
French glass as clear as crystal, showing
te fine advantage the stock of goods inside.
Philip Dinklebcrger, the builder had the
contract for making the new front, which
was designed by Mr. Frederick Dinkle
bcrger of New Yerk. The woodwork was
supplied by Messrs. Urban & Burger, the
carving, having been done by Mr.
R. Garninu, II.
Speakers: K. Mc
W. V. Ilcnftcl.
Tuesday, October li Speakers:
I. Lnlher Ringwalt, Cel. Jehn
"McCaa and etliers.
Wednesday afternoon, Oct
Hen. Jehn W. Ferney, J. Luther Ringwalt,
Cel. Jehn II. Ritchie, K. McCaa, et Alabama,
Gen. H. Kyd Douglas, Win. II Reland. Win. R.
Given and ethers.
en Tuesday evening, Oct. 12. Speakers: Jehn
W. Feiney, J. Luther Ringwalt, Gen. II. Kyd
Douglas aud ethers.
Millport, East Lampeter Twp.
Thursday evening, October 14. Speakers: ii
F. Davis. .1. L. Steinmetz, E. D. North. W. IT.
Hcnsel, J. A. Ceylc.
Friday evening, October 13. Speakers Hen. D.
Ermciitreut, el Reading:
McMullen, W. II. Reland, J.
Friday evening, October IS.
Caa, E. R. Wiegand, IJ. F. Davis,
Saturday evening, October 1. Speakers : W.
V. Hcnsel, D. McMulleu.
91c Call's Verry.
Cli. OiUeman's hotel, Saturday alternoeu and
evening, October 10. Speakers: Hen. J. L.
Steinmetz. E. D. North, R.B. Risk.
Saturday evening, October 1. E. McCaa, it
F. Davis, W. II. Iteland, Jehn A. Ceylc.
Tuesday evening, October 19.
ThutMlay afternoon and evening, October 21.
Friday afternoon and evening, October 'ii.
Hen. E. K. Apgar and ethers.
Frldaj evening, October 22. Speakers: Hen.
E. K. Apgar and ether:.
Saturday, October 23.
Tuesday, October 25. Speakers:
son, J. L. Steinmetz, J. A. Ceyle.
Wednesday evening, Oeteber
Hen. S.-T. Randall.
Wednesday. October 27,alteriioen and evening.
Thursday evening, October 2S.
Arousing its Headers.
An alarm of llre at midnight is a startling
thing, but net hall se etartling te many who
hear it a- would be the sudden knowledge et
their own dangerous physical condition.
Thousand-, ei" thousands aie hurrying te their
graves because they are carele-sly indifferent
te the insidious inroad- el disease and the
means el cuic. It is the mi-si'.m of II. 11.
Warner &: Ce., with their Sate Kidnev and
Liver Cine, te arouse men ten sense et their
danger and then eme tiieui. Jlimpliis Appeal.
' - --
Hestcttki; Rkist. On Monday, October t,
at Lecu-t Heme, the residence et tlie bride's
parents, by the Rev. Jes. Shcirich, assisted by
Rev. I. A. Dewman, Henry F. Hostetter, of
Oregon. Man heim township, te Clai a, daughter
el Levi . ReSt, e-ii.. of Warwick township.
IKKOEITE SHIPMENTS OF KLUt,
Points, Cape Mays and Cote Oysters every
day by express, thus enabling mctesnpplv
famllles with Fresh Oysters at all times.
0. W. ECKERT,
ltd- 123 East King Street.
DISSOLUTION OF FAHTNEKSHIP.
Netice is hereby given that the co-partnership
heretofore existing between n. 15.. L.
B. and J. M. Keiper anil A. . Smith, trading
nndcj- the firm name et II. II. KEIPER, SMITH
& CO., has by mutual consent this day been
dissolved In the luture the business will be
conducted by J. M. Keiper ami A. B. Smith,
under the firm name or Keiper & Smith
ltd A. B. SMITH.
100 tens et Rags W anted,
Fer which the highest price will be paid.
il CENTS PER POUND FOR GOOD MIXED
RAOS. 3,'i CENTS PER POUND FOR
The highest price paid ler Woolens, Old
Paper, Beeks, &c. Ten Rag Aserters wanted,
te whom the highest price will be paid.
JOHN A. SHOBER,
Cor. North Queen and Orange Streets,
v9-t id U 1 -!.an caste r. Pa
TULTON OPERA HOUSE.
POSITIVELY ONB NIGHT ONLY.
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1880.
i JOSEPH JEFFERSON
In Sheridan's Famous Comedy of
Presenting the following GREAT CAST :
On MONDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1R8, will be
sold at the Leepard Hetel, East King street,
that valuable three-story BRICK DWELLING
and let el ground, situated ou the east side of
North Lime street Ne. 307. The house contains
hall, parlor, dining room and kitchen ou first
fleer, live rooms en second lloer, and two
rooms en third lloer; also a Frame Summer
kitchen. Let rnus In depth te a fourteen feet
wide alley. The house has all the modern im
provements, such as gas, het and cold water
bath and water closets aud furnace in the
celler te heat the whole house. This Is a per
fect house nil through.
One half the purchase money can remain in
the property for a number of years.
Sale te commence at 7 o'clock p. in., of said
day, when conditions of sale will be made
known by C. A. REECE,
II. SHUBtnT, And. ent2-3tdR
Carpets! Wall Papers.
TI1E FINEST ASSORTMENT.
THE LOWEST PRICE-.
5j WALL PAPERS,
Ph carpets. -;
Sharp Railroad Swindling Haysa's Pere
Mrs. Jehu Drew as Mrs. Malaprep
Mr. Fred Robinson as Sir Antheny
Mr. I'hiis. Waverly us Sir Lucius
Mr. M. JJarrvmere as t'apt. Absolute
Miss Resa Rand us Lydia Luniiish
Seals may new be seemed at Yccker's Ful
ton Opera Heuse. el,'i,l ."d
J70K SALK-AS KIUHT-UOUSE-rOWKK
? Engine and Beiler, all complete and in
geed working order. It may be seen running
at Peters & Shirk's new cotton mill, en Pine
street. Fer terms apply te either HENRY
B AUMGARDNER or J. G. PETERS, fel-lwd
PUnLIC SALE OF KL'AL ESTATK.
On WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1&0, at
the Leepard Hetel, East King street, will be
sold a two-story BRICK DWELLING, with
two-story Brick Back Building, containing
fieven (7) rooms, with gas, situated at Ne. 2(
Plum street. The let irents 17 ieel i inches by
Sale te commence at 7 o'clock p. ni , when
terms will be made known by
S. Hess & Sex, Aucts. . ect'J-lSul
On SATURDAY', OCTOBER 'J, ill be sold
at the Leepard Hetel, a valuable three-story
Brick Dwelling and two-story Brick Buck
building, containing 11 rooms; also a Brick
Building and Frame Shed Heuse, Ne. 412 East
King Street. Let fronts 3i feet, i4 inches ; in
depth 215 feet te a 14 leet wide public alley.
Hydrant in the yard. Fruit Tree-". &c. Sale te
commence at 7 o'eleck p. m.. w lien conditions
u ill be made known by
Baku. In East Lampeter, et. I. Hsn, Mrs.
Anna liarr, w Mew of tlie late Christian Batr,
in the S!d year el her age.
The relatives and friends :ne respectfully
invited te attend her funeral en Thursday
morning, at ! o'clee".;, irem the residence el
her son-in-law, Peter '. I.andis. Services at
the house. 8td .
Mii.lku. October !, isv, :it Cliamlicrshnrg,
Pa.. Georjre A. Milh r, lerui.'ily el this city, in
ids Bid year.
The lclatives and friend aie rcspecttully in
vited te attend lite funer,:! from the residence
of his brethei'. Jehn F. Leng, Ne. 123 East
Orange street, en Wciluesday. the nth iunt., at
:!:"0 p. in. ltd
XEW Alt FEBTISEMEA'TS
I will have a Pauer Kraut Lunch to-iner-row
irem 10a. in. te 2 p. m. Alse tiarbcy's cel
ebrated Beer en tap, at Franke's Garden". All
aiis rc.-peetluliv invited,
ltd JOHN HESS.
W. R. AYil-
SPECIAL HOT IVES.
.iiMKnrr; w bmm
It is impossible ler a woman after a faithlul
course of treatment with Lydia E. Pinkham s
Vegetable Compound te continue te suffer
with a weakness et the uterus. Enclose a
stamp te Mrs. Lydia E. Pinkliam,,2j53 Western
avenue. Lynn, Mass., for pamphlets.
Have you headache, pain in tbe back, coated
tongue, or dizziness? If se, take "Sellers'
Liver Pills," and be cured.
Tens of theusauds of dollars are squandered
yearly upon traveliug Quacke, who go irem
town te town professing te cure all the ills
that our peer humanity is heir te, why will net
the public learn common sense, and if they are
sullering from Dyspepsia or Liver Complaint,
invest a dollar in Spring Blessem, sold by all
druggists and endorsed by the laculty. Prices,
50c, trial bottles, l()c. Fersalcjby H.B. Coch
ran, druggist, 137 and i: Neith Queen street,
Lancaster. Pa. 29
TREILLY & KELLER . .
GOOD. CLEAN FAMILY COAL,
and all ether kinds ni' Ceal. Juality aud
quantity guaranteed. Manure by the car lead
at Philadelphia stock yard prices.
:' Yard, Harrisburg Pike.
Olh'ce,20)5 East Chestnu' street. , augl7-tfd
GILT CORNICES. "
J WALNUT CORNICES,
q Walnut Curtain Poles,
h Ebony Curtain Poles,
' Ash Curtain Poles.
Piim'.Y Dade Sliailcs,
"PUKLIC SALE OF CITY KES1DK.NCE. .
On "Wednesday, October 6, 1880,
at the Leepaid Hetel, en East King street, will
be sold a three-story BltlCK DWELLING
with two-story back building and wash-house
attached, situate Ne. 148 East Walnut street,
containing hall nnd nine rooms, bath room
with water closet, Ac. heater in cellar. Kange,
het and cold water in kitchen and bath room,
gas throughout, and the chandeliers and fix
tures remain. Tlie let is 2UJxl2i leet, extend
ing te the alley. Te view the premises call en
Heir & StaulTer, Ne. 3 N. Duke street.
Sale te commence at 7:30 p. m., when terms
will be made known by
II. Shubciit, Auet. s35 27,:HMfcect2,.'S,;
XKCUTOISS' SALE Of CITY PlCOI-
the uudersiirued executers of Henry Steiaer-
walt, deceased, will expose te sale, at 7 o'clock
p.m., at the Leepard Hetel, East King street,
a Let or Piece et Ground, situated ou the east
sine ni seuiii t;ueen street, m tue eitv el Lan
caster, Ne. 303. Said let containing in front, en
sulil Seuth Queen street, 17 feet and 4 inches,
and extending in depth of that width eastward
te Strawberry street, whereon is erected a
geed two-story-and-a-half D1UCIC DWELL
ING HOUSE, with a two-story Back Building
attached. Hydrant, Fruit Trees, and ether im
Tarnis made known at time of sale by
MICHAEL F. STE1GEUWALT,
WM. B. STEIGEBWALT,
Executers of Henry Steigcrwalt, dee'd.
Ilt.MtV SlIUBEUT, Auct. s.'Ul-e 1,7.11,1 1
TTCKCUrOKS' !ALK Of CITY I'KOP-
JLJ EKTIES. The undersigned executers of
Michael Malene, deceased, will cxpee te sale
en THUUSD AY, the 14th day el OCTOISEK. at
7 o'clock p. in., at the Cadwell Heuse, the fel
lowing l.'eal Estate, viz :
Ne. 1. A Letet Ground en the N. E. corner
of Orange and Shippcu .streets, withalrontnge
of 40)$ leet, mere or less, en Orange street, ainl
along Sbipneu street nerthw ard 215 leet te a
public alley, en which is erected a commodi
ous and well built Mansion, Ne. 3U1, two-stories
high with two story back building, all in geed
repair; also en rear of let a two-story brick
stable and ether improvements.
Ne. 2. A Piece et Ground en North Lime
street, west side, between Orange ud Chestnut
streets, containing in lrent en Lime street 37
CEn. who wan
f tlse, tn-e el charge, in the Ixtkllieex
kvi:kyi:edy te adveic
S'lim-tiiing te de.
LAltOK WANTED. FOUR GOOD CUK
riers en Harness Leather. Apply te or
address KEYSTONE TANNERY.
(J. Kifc & Bre.), !
ect5-3td-t!.8 Middlctewn, Dauphin Ce., Pa.
;i AT THIS OFFICE
of the Weeklt lCTrxLieExcEit of tin
lowing dates :
ia:. i, isse,
JULY 5. lii!).
TT7AMfeD GOOD CIGAIt MAKERS AND
f Stripper. Geed prices wi 11 be paid te
oed workmen. Apply at thep, 227 North
ltd DAVID G. IIIUSH.
WAMl't.U-A lUU.Nti UlUIi WANTS A
situation in a small family te de up
XTTANTED A OUNO MAN' WANTS A
VV situation at which lie can make himself
generally useful. Apply tit Ne. 23 North Mary
100 HANDS FOR CROCHET.
VV ING. Appl v at 2.t3 East Chestnut sirect.
ANTED 1SY A MIDDLE AGED MAN
;i position as book-keeper or something
at which he can make himsclt useful. Apply
at 237 Fulton street.
Orrici: ok the Maiiest Mutual Life Asse-)
CIATIOX OF SU.INSGROVK, IA. $
WANTED-GOOD, ACTIVE, RESPONSI
ble Agents in each township of the
county et Lancaster. Apply in hand writing
of Applicant te the Heme Office.
L. K. HUMMEL, Sec'y.
Selinsgrevc, Snyder county, Pa., iSeptember
A STRAY MULE WAS FOUND ON THE
J. Herse Shee Kead, Lancaster county. Pa.,
en Saturday, September 30. The owner can
have the mule bv proving property ami pay
ing all expenses, and it net called ler In tun
dnvs will b etlcred at public sale by
2td 526 West King street, Lancaster.
X. On October 1, 1SS0. Gorrecht & Ce., dealers
in coal, dissolved partnership. All claims
must be handed In at once, and all collections
will bs made by the undersigned, who will
continue the business.
4td KEILLT & KELLER.
INSTATE TirOHN TOMLINSON, LATE
l of Lancaster city, deceased. Letters tes
tamentary en said estate having been grant
ed te the undersigned, all persons indebted
thereto are requested te make immediate pay
ment, aud these having claims or demands
against the same, will present them without
delay for settlement te the undersigned.
" KOBEKT TOMLINSON,
W. A. Wilsex, Attorney, septWJtdeaw
feet, mere erlcv, and in depth westward CI Ltienalists in the Ttciclmr-itli will mf niirln
iect4Js inches, en i which is erected a two-story p,eu'l,1 ln lllL ncn.nsi.uii will set aside
Brick dwelling. Ne. 12S, with its improvements.
Ne. 3. A Piece of Ground en south side et
Ea.-t Chestnut street, near Duke, containing
in front 2.J lect and extending in depth south
ward 6fi feet, en which is erected a three-story
Brick Dwelling, Ne. it, with brick building at
tached, furnished with water and sewerage.
Terms made known at time of sale.
WM. L. PE1PER,
JAMES M. BUIUSE,
Executers of Michael Malem-, dee'd.
Hexrt SuuBEtrr. Auct.
YALUADLE REAL ESTATE AT PRI
VATE SALE. Is offered at private sale
all that valuable property situated in West
Lampeter township, known as "Keclry
Springs," containing 27 ACRES, mere or less,
et which about 22 Acres is fertile farm land,
und the remainder weeds, being the well
known Picnic Grounds, en which are erected
a large Twe-story alatc-roef BRICK DWELL
ING, with a TwoHBtery slate-reef Brick Back
Building, and a large and commodious Barn,
new Tobacco Shed, Heg Sty. Cern Crib, and
ether outbuildings. Alse contains a thriving
young Apple Orchard and a large spring et
never-lailiug water. The farm land U lertile,
well-watered and especially adapted te raising
tobacco, and tbe weeds has long been a popu
lar picnic ground, with a large dancing plat plat
lerm, tables, benches, etc. Being situated
within a mile of Lancaster city limits, it is
easT el access te markets, stores, et. Fer
t terms apply te
.UKS. UA111A1UAJJ lillOOUCli,
180 East King street, Lancaster, Pa.
UIK EXTENSIVE AUCTION SALE ON
120 valuable and attractive buildim; lets
advertised te take place en thcCth, 7th and stli
el ucteuer, lfesw, at o'cieck p. m. et each day,
in the beautiful East End. en Clark's eastern
-addition te Lancaster city. Pa., is attracting
general attention, anil judging irem tlie gieat
interest already lelt in it in all directions, will
be very largely attended by all these wishing
lovely homes, withnppaicnt certainty of ob
taining great bargains certain te rapidly ad
vance m price and become a splendid specula
tion. These 120 elcsrant lets are elevated, ac
cessible, healthy, are en East King and East
Orange streets, two of the main streets through
the city, and in the midst of and overlooking
one et the loveliest spots en earth, in the im
mediate vicinity of tiie best schools, colleges,
churches, amusments and society, with water
and gas at hand. Te persons desirous of love
ly homes at low rates, mcrchantser mechanics
or men of leisure, this is an unusual oppor
tunity and should net be le-t sight of. There
are hundreds of persons even,-where (men and
women) who have a capital chance te obtain a
home and health and intellectual quiet almost
for nothing, with certainty of a large advance
for their investment at any ti me in case they de
sire te speculate en their investment, it is
certainly an unusual occurrence te find a spot
anywhere combimmrse many desirable quali
ties, se well calculated te give these embark
ing in it such unusual satisfaction. Fer $25
cash one of these lets can be obtained and a
live years' credit allowed ler the balance of
fmrchasc money. Omnibuses leave the court
ieusc every twenty minutes free of charge te
all desirous et attending the sale.
Hexkt SuuEEttT, Auctioneer.
Reut Race en tne Thame.
Londen, Oct., 3. The match betwaen
Elias C. Laycock, the Australian sculler,
and Themas Blackhain of Dulwick, for
200 ever the Thames championship
course, from the aqueduct te the ship, a
distance of four and a quarter miles, came
elf this afternoon and was easily wen by
It was a very geed race as far as Ham
mersmith bridge, but from there Laycock
pulled right away from Blackmau. Here
Laycock, who was en the Middlesex side,
was one length ahead, and both were row
ing strongly and well. Blackmail stepped
rowing altogether and cave up the race
at the feet of Chiswick Eyet, a few hun
dred yards further en.
Disastrous Floods in luillu.
Londen, Oct. 4. A dispatch from Cal
cutta te the Times says : Heavy rains have
caused disastrous floods in Rehilcund,
Bengal. Many lives have 'been lest and
tlie crops have becu much injured.
An English Merchant's Failure.
Londen, Oct. 5. The failure is an
nounced of Frederick Wilkinson, yarn
spinner at Heywood. His liabilities are
stated at i"(i5,000.
Fire in the Leuvre.
P.vitis, Oct. 5. The lire at the Leuvre
en Saturday night damaged property te
the extent of one million francs.
Oti'enbiicli the Composer Dead.
Londen, Oct. 3. Jacques Offenbach,
composer, died in Paris at 3 o'clock this
morning in his sixty-first year.
Won't Pay Rent.
Londen, Oct. 5. Mr. Parnell addressed
a meeting of ten thousand persons at Kil
kenny en Saturday last. Nine members
of Parliament and fifty priests were pies,
cut. He announced that as seen as suffi
cient information had been collected the
Land League would organize a great
strike against paying rent en the estate of
every rack renting landlord.
Famine In Russia.
Londen, Oct. 5. The St. Petersburg
correspondents of the Times bays reports
of dearth and poverty fill the Russian
papers from all parts of the interior, par
ticularly from the governments of Teir,
Vladimir, Samara and Sarater. The grana
ries at Tagawag are rapidly emptying their
stores for consumption in the interior
of the country.
FREE SPEECH AND FREE PRESS.
IIw They are Rridled en tlie Other tii'le of
Londen, Oct. 3. A dispatch from Paris
te the Times says the communists, MM.
Blauqui, Felix Pyatt and Henri Rochefort,
were te speak at tke meeting that was te
have been held at the Cirque Fernande en
Sunday last te pretest against intervention
in the J'ast. Hie government refused
permission for holding the meeting en the
ground that whereas peace is in no degree
imperilled, the public would have regard
ed the meeting as proof of the cxistence
of fears of war, and as government license
was necessary the government would have
been held partially responsible for what
ever had been uttered.
A Vienna dispatch te the Times say h:
Seme sensation was caused here en the 2d
inst. by the confiscation of most of the
evening paper. containing a resolution
which was te be proposed at a meeting of
Constitutionalists, te be held en the 3d
inst. at Carlsbad. The scmi-efiicial,
journal, the Abend Pest, was
exempt from the court -catien. The
resolution condemns the r.c'.ien of
the government as dangerous te the
unity of the empire and the legitimate
position of the German clement in Austria,
and expresses the hope that the Censtitu-
every thing else te combat the government.
It also proposes a general meeting of Con
stitutionalists in Vienna.
S AS FITTING AND PLUMBING.
JOHN P. SCHAUM,
Xe. 27 SOUTH QUEEX STREET,
PLUMBER, GAS AND STEAM FITTER.
A Large Assortment ei
DWINDLING A RAILROAD.
The Sharp Game Played by a Ouartet of
Denvek, Colerado, Oct. 3. Systematic
robbery which has been going en for
sometime has been discovered en the Kan
sas Pacific read, and the principal con
spirators, three conductersand a baggage
master, have been arrested. The scheme
was te sell bogus tickets, cautioning pur
chasers te take only certain trains, by
which means the passengers were taken
through te Kansas City under the supervi
sion of the three conductors engaged in
llujcs iu tlie Far Northwest.
San Francisce, Oct 3. R, B. Hayes
and party arrived at "Walla Walla, Wash
ington Territory yesterday. They will re
turn te Dallas, Oregon en Wednesday.
A despatch from Portland says Hayes
and his party te-day left Vauceuvers en
the steamer Widcwavc and proceeded up
the Columbia liver te Dallas. Along the
river the residents greeted the party in a
cordial manner. At the Cascades Mr.
Hayes was greeted by the mayor and the
common council of Dallas.
WEATHKK INDICATION .
Washington, D. C, Oct. 5. Fer tb
Middle states areas of rain, followed by
clearing weather, with slightly lower tem
perature, stationary or 6lewly falling bar bar
emeter, northerly. winds shifting te west
erly and southerly.
Pbiladkltkia. Oct. 5 Fleur steady. quiet;
superfine $2 JQ2 23: extra 3 30g4 00; Obit
and Indiana family S500t 73 ; Penn'a tamily
de $5 0035 25 ; St. Leuis tamily at tS SOtttS 23;
Minnesota family S3 COgS 73; patent and bteb
grades $G75SS 25.
Rye flenrat S3 00.
Wheat Arm: Ne. 2 Western Red SI 091 09& ;
Pa. Red iiecm it); Amber $1 10.
Cern firm for local use; steamer, 3253c:
yellow at 5ic;mlxed S3Kc.
Data higher, with geed Inquiry : Ne. 1. Whita
4212Kc; No.2de4l$lIKc; Ne. 3 de040Hc:
Ne. 2, Mixed 330Uc.
Previsions in easier Jobbing trade : mes
perk 16 5031700; beef hams 17001S00; In
dian m.3 beet at SIS 30 ; smoked hams 110
12c; pickled hams 9IOc ; bacon smoked
shoulders G)ic ; salt de 66lc.
Lard firm ; city kettle at !c : loose butch
crs'868!c; prime steam S 50 8 55.
Butter auiet. but easy; rcrcamery extra
31Q32c; .de geed te choice ai30c ; Bradford
county and New Yerk extra. 2629e; Western
reserve extra 2223e ; de geed te choice 16920c
Kells quiet: Peun'a extra 20823; Western re
serve extra 20323c.
Kggs steady ; Peuna Ex. 22c ; Western Ex.
Cheese quiet ami unchanged : New Yerk fall
cream U$14c; Western lull cream 13 13c :
de fair te geed 12fil2,'ic; de half skims 110
Petroleum dull ; refined at lljkc.
Whisky at l 12.
Seeds Geed' te prime Clever nominal at
$7.-i0Q8 0O ; Timethy dull at 2 7032 73; Flax
seed sctrceatst CSJJ1 30.
Maw Yerk Market.
Nkw Yenx. Oct. 5. Fleur Stale und West"
ern quic and prices generally without change :
Superfine. .t seci 50: extra de si en
04 25; choice, de, $4 S04C5; tancyde.
$i 705 C5 ; round hoop Ohie Si 5081 S3 : choice
de 4:tea 00; superfine western SI50i 09;
common te geed extra de $4 00jt 30 ; choice
de de $4 35Q6 25 ; choice white wheat de $4 15
4 CO; Southern quiet and firm ; com
mon te fair extra 14 7535 35; geed te choice
de 5 40ti 50.
Wheat without quotable change ami fairly
active Ne. 1 White. Oct. I 10 : Ne. 2 Kcd Oct.
$l wm eX : de Nev. ?l leJit! HJil ; de Icc.
1 121 124'.
Cern scarcely se firm ; Mixed western spot,
52,i52Kc: de future, 52)ij34c.
Oats quiet, without decided change: State
4244,Me; Western, 40 14c.
Mesday, Oct. 4. The receipts of beeves
at the West Philadelphia yard for past week
were 3,100 head: North Philadelphia yard,
030 head. Total, 3,750 head.
Beeves The market during the past week
was active and the light run of cattle lias had
the effect of raising "prices Vila per pound ; a
few choice sold at 0c. We quote Extra at 5
Vtfi ; geed. 4J35ic; medium, 44Kc; com.
men,34IJc: hulNand.cews. .l4j3c: veal
calves, ut tigt'Jic. Fresh cows, $25 teftSper
BALKS AT TUE WEST l'lllLAUELTUIA YAIUJ.
125 lieger Maynes, Wcatcrn Vu., gross, 45c ;
51 Ohies, 57Je.
40 Owen Smith, Vu.. gross; F.Bell, 13 West
ern ; J as Clemseii, 23 West Vu.; E. L.
Nixen.3!de; A. T. Daniels. 45ic.
270 E. S. & B.F.McFilIen, West Vu., gross, 4
357 A. & J. Christy, Western and West Va.,
175 Ulmun & "Lehman Bres., Ohie aud West
Va.; Lchmman Bre 17 West Vu.; .1. P.
Oeuley ; 17 de A. T. Daniels ; 57 de J.
Ireland ; 00 de. .1. Sawdon ; 00 de, O.
Hughes) ; C2 de, Levi Scnsenlg, gross, 4
.V .las. Cleniieii, Thiamin, 45c ; 37 Western
20 Dennis Smyth ; Pa. L. B. C'leris ; 10 de, F.
Mcchun ; 15 de, en acct.; 15 de, .fa. Clem
son, gross, 4.Uc.
100 Jehn McArdle, West Vu., 4Q.-ic ; 200 West
ern, grehs, .rAi(k
100 Daniel Murphy, West Va., gross, 35c,
31i Frjnk Lewenstein A, Adler, Western, and
W. Vu,, gross, 24(i75c.
ISO G. Schamberir A Ce., Western und West
Va.. gross, 3j55'c.
40 F. Scheetz, U est VYi.. gross, 44c
31 II. Chain, jr.. Western. E. F. Fruter ;
21 Pa, J. II. O'Neil, grert, 3i?4c.
175 Daniel Smyth & Bre., Western and West
CO L. Hern, West Va.. gross. 3?44c.
150 Bachman & Levi, West Va. aud Kentucky,
100 M. Levi, West Va.. gross, 4K33! ic.
21 S. Drcirus, West Va., Ic.
15 II. Chain, Western, gre.-s, 3fri3Jc
125 Schamhcrg & Paul, West Vu., gross, 3
31 James Eustace, West Vu gross, 3J45ic.
18 P. Hathaway, estern Pa., gres, 3444c.
Sheep aud lambs. Tlie market during the
past week lias been luirly active and prices
were c per pound higher en account of
light run. V, quote KxU at 55c ;
geed, 4)d5c.; medium. ililWiv. ; common,
3c. : culls. SJi'c. ; Western Pa., Lambs, 4J
5Jc J Cheiter comity de &t'ic. ; stock
ewes, $2.755g3.2. Arrivals West Philadelphia
vards, 4,500 head ; ether yards, 5,500 head.
Total, lo.etio head.
Samuel Stewart sold 570 head of dressed
sheep at 0Sc.
Hogs were in geed demand, but prices were
rather lower. We quote extra at liiViy.
Mixed 7S7c. Arrivals at all yanls ,
Njjw Yerk Stocks.
Stocks strong and higher.
a. m. a. m. r. st. r. m. r. m
10:30 11:35 li:35 1:35 3.00
Als-OIi v tvtFjfv
Eric It. it 30,'i 3!iJS J)i SttJ 3J
Michigan S. L.S.... 100 K WfiAW 10D
Michigan Cent. K. It.. 'STK 'SIM 'JS 97K 'XtlH
Chicago A N. W KIC 10SJ4 1071 107fe 10SJ
Constantly en hand.
A. ISurnine Mine.
Luadville, Oct. 3. Nearly all the
mines iu this vicinity have been closed for
four days te prevent the spread of lire,
which commenced in one of them yester
day, but which is new completely under
control. Ne ene was injured, although
sorae of the miners made narrow escapes.
Death by Merphia.
G-VLVEsTON, Texas, Oct. 5. A special
from Dallas, Tex., says D. C. Burley and
Gallic Embanks, died there of morphine
administered by mistake.
Chicago, M St. P. . OtU
Han. V M. .1. Cem SS-
" " P'ld.... A".i
Teledo & Wabash.... 3K
Ohie& Mississippi. .. 31
St. Leuis, I. M. & s. it., go; ;
Ontario and Westeri
C. C. A I. C. K. it
New Jersey Centra!.. 74U
Del. A Hudsen Canal. 8IK
Del.. i.aek.& Western V
Western Union Tel... a
Pacific Mull S.S. Ce.. I2;s
Mauhattan Elevated. 35,'ii
Kansas A Texas 3'J
New Yerk Central
Cleveland A 1'itts
Chicago A Ueck I
Pittsburgh & Ft. W
American U. Tel. Ce
Pennsylvania IJ, it.... te
Phil'a. A Beading..... le
Lehigh Valley t. 53
Lehigh navigation... 33,'ft
Northern Pacific Cem 27
PhiraAErlc li. It...
Un.lt. It's of N.J
Central Trans. Ce....,
Lec:il Stocks anil Bends.
Lane.City C pur et. Lean, due lsSO.. .!
' " s!)0...
" " 1805...
" 5 per c.t. in 1 or 30 years. .
Lane. aud Quarryv'c IS. B.bend....
" " ' stock....
Lancaster and Ephrata turnpike...
Iinc ,Elizabethtii andMiddlet'ii..
Lancaster and Fruitville turnpike.
Lancaster and Lititz turnpike
Lancaster and Maner turnpike...
Lancaster and Manheim turnjiikc.
Lancaster and Marietta turnpike.t
Lane, and New Helland turnpike.
Lane, and Strasburg turnpike.
Lane, and Susquehanna turnpike..
Lane, and Willow Street turnpike.
Fanners' Nat. Bank ei Lancaster...
First Nat. Bank of Lancaster
Lancaster County Nat. Bank
Inquirer Printing Ce
Lanc.Gaa Light and Fuel Ce. stock.
" " " bends.
MUSICAL INSTK UMENTS.
Lancaster Orp littterr
Without a doubt furnish the FINEST IN
STRUMENTS in the Market. Wart-rooms 320
North Queen street. Manufactory in the rear.
Branch Office, 15 East King Street.
Alex. McKillips, Proprietor.'
Alse Agent for Lancaster County for
CIIICKEBINGA SON'S Celebrated
A Full Line et Sheet and ether Music, Small
Instruments, Violins. Banjos, Band' Instru
ments, Ac.su ways en hand. fl3-lydSAIyw
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