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LANCASlSiUDAllt IKtiXLIOfeNCMtSsl)! OGtOBElH 1880
OUH, REGULAR. COUIiESPONDENCK
The Republican battalion paraded from
450 te 500 men last evening, Colonel Sam
uel Shecli, commanding, beading the line
in his carriage. There were three bands in
the line of precession, the Ironville, Citi
zens' (of this place) and the Columbia
(colored). Captain Ed. B. Eckman's com
pany paraded non-uniformed, their uni
forms, ordered a couple of days since, hav
ing net yet arrived. The headquarters of
the Hancock Inviiiciblcs en Walnut street
were handsomely illuminated, and as the
line passed amid a display of fireworks
the Republicans gave their Democratic
brethren three hearty cheers which were
returned with a will. The route of parade
was a long one and it was close te ten
o'clock when the lice was dismissed at
Odd Fellows hall.
Jacob Teme, the Pert Deposit million
aire, was in town this morning.
Miss Frank Kreudcr, of Ilaverstraw, X.
Y., is visiting in Columbia, the guest of
Miss Mattic Given.
Jehn K. Smith, of Trenten, X. J., an
uncle of E. K. Smith, of this place, is vis
iting the latter.
Jacob Wall, formerly propiicter or the
American house, Columbia, but at present
a resident of Philadelphia, is visiting
friends in town.
The Shawnee fuc company will held
its regular monthly meeting this evening.
Locust street, from Fourth te Fifth,
will be macadamized. The work was
commenced at Fourth street this morn-
Jehn If. Henry is doing some sign
writing for Frederick Bucher this morn
ing. The follewiug was handed us by an oc
casional contributer: " One of llaphe's
young fanners beasts of -having the fastest
trotter in Lancaster county. He went te
Yerk en Wednesday and placed the famous
trotter en the track with four ethers,
when his nag was distanced by a horse
which made no better time than '5:21.
That horse will net de te represent Lan
Benjamin Minich left here last evening
for Ravenna, Ohie. He will ultimately
bring up in Kent, same state, where he
will go te printing.
Edward.U. Black, read foreman of en
gines, Philadelphia division, P. R. R., was
in town this morning.
Anether week has been added te the
week of postponement, and new the Fred
crick county, Md., fair will be two weeks
late or rather two weeks later than
Te-day is the "big" day at the Yerk
county fair. Columbia will be strongly
Captain Fondersmith thinks he will take
fifty or mere men te Mount Jey en Friday
evening. Transportation hay wagons.
Meeting el I lie Homeeopathic Society.
A meeting of the Home'opathic medical
society of Lancaster and Yerk counties
was held yesterday at the ellicc of Dr.
Paylen, of Columbia, and was well at
tended. Reports from the different bureaus
fchewed that malarial fever of a mild type is
prevalent in both counties. After the pres
entation and discussion of a number of in
teresting cases of chrenic: disease, the meet
ing adjourned te convene at Lancaster in
Jacob Scner, horse dealer, beauliug at
the Franklin house, was taken seriously
ill yesterday afternoon, with congestion of
the brain. This morning he was further
afllictcd with paralysis of the right side,
which renders him entirely helpless, and
fears arc entertained that he may net re
cover. Mr. Sciicr is about 09 years of age
and is very widely known throughout Lan
caster and adjoining counties.
Kcnouiinatleii of Mr. Talbott.
The Democratic congressional conven
tion of the Second district, composed of
delegates from Baltimore, Carrell, Cecil
and Harford counties, Md., met yesterday
te nominate a candidate for Congress in
the place or Dr. FiancisT. Shaw, declined.
J. Fred C. Talbott, the present member
was reneminated without opposition.
Yesterday a boy named Pendcgast, re
siding near' West King and .Maner streets,
fell from a grape arbor and sustained a
severe concussion of the brain.
A son or Jehn W. Powell, Middle street,
while handling a tible knife, accidentally
cut himself severely i it the arm. Dr. Boyd
attended both the above cases.
Yesterday a boy named Kline, residing
at the far end of St. Jeseph street, fell and
broke his arm between the wrist and elbow.
Dr. Boyd reduced the fracture.
Prof. Guilinctte's French Kidney Pad euro
all diseases et the kidney.-, in both male and
female. Fer .a'.e by all druggist. .
Cheap excursion te Read Ins Saturday.
Octobers. Fare ler the round trip only $1.25
Train leaves Lancaster (King Street) at 7:53 a.
m. and Columbia at 7:.V a. in. Tickets geed te
return en any train. Grand Democratic
parade at 1 p. All clubs are invited te attend.
Governer Gee. R. McClcllan, W. U. llensel ami
el hers will speak. Fer particulars sec circu
lars at stations. e2,4,,SAlt w
Our sharp reporter was neatly shaved yes
terday with Cuticura Shaving Seap.
While the Hclds we'ic reaming ever,
itrcathing new-mown hay and rioter,
We'll think of her, as is our wen I,
Whose teeth and breath are, cvei y day,
White as white clever sweet as hay.
And all Ireni using SOZODONT.-
Ulcerative weaknesses and debilitating
mers of females cured by Malt Hitters.
It is impossible ler a woman after a faithtul
course or treatment with I.ydia E. Pinkham s
Vegetable Compound te continue te suffer
with n weakness et the uterus. Enclose a
stamp te Mrs. I.ydia i:. Pinkham, 33.1 Western
avenue, I.yim, Mas., for pamphlets.
Won't you forget it. "hellers" Liver Fills.'"
were the first pills se called in the United
Stutcs, and never laii te de their work.
Fire I Fire ! Fire !
The man who tried te build a lire with wet
weed, acts in a damp fucl-Ish manner, and i
asbadnsninanrcliislngte take Spring Blos Bles
eom when his face i-i covered with pimples and
lie's sutrerlng from Indigestion, Biliousness
and Dyspepsia. Frices : 50c., trial bottles 10c.
Fer sale by II. 15. Cochran, druggist. 137 and
139 North Queen street, Lancaster, Fa. 34
Remember! The only perfect proprietary
medicine as a " Bleed Searcher" U that bear
ing the name of "Dr. LimNey," and which
may be had from druggists.
"'jirewiV JJrer.chial Troches" arc used with
advantage te alleviate Coughs, Soie Threat,
Hoarseness nud Bronchial Allectleus. Fer
thirty years these Troches have been in use,
with annually increasing favor. They arc net
new and untiled, but, Imliig been tested by
wide and constant u-e for nearly an entire
generation, they have attained well-merited
rank among the few staple remedies of the age.
l Brown's Bronchial Troches'' act directly
en the organs of the voice. They have an ex
traordinary effect inall disorders of the Threat
and Larynx, restoring a. healthy tone whe-n re
laxed, either ireni void or ever-exertion et the
voice, 'and produce a clearand distinct enunci
ation. Speakers ami Singers find the Troches
A Cough, Celd, Catarrh ei Sere Threat re
quires immediate attention, as neglect ollcii ellcii
times results in some incurable Lung Disease.
' Jtrewn't Iirencitial Treche" will almost in
variaDly give relief. Initiations are eirercd Jer
hale, many of which are inj urieus. The genu
ine ''Brawn's Bronchial Troches" are sold
only in boxes. ianl5-lyd&wTu,Th&S
Never, no Never.
An exchange says Ulysses S.Grant will never
be emperor, but will always stand high intbe
hearts of his countrymen, occupying the posl pesl posl
tlen that Spring Blessem holds, in curing sick
Headache, Biliousness, Indigestion, cte.
Frices: 50c., trial bottles 10c. Fer sale by H.
B. Cochran, druggist, 137 and 139 North Queen
street, Lancaster, Fa. "
Poverty and Suffering.
" I was dragged down with debt, poverty and
sufleringf or years, caused bya sick family and
large bills for doctoring, which did them no
geed. 1 was completely discouraged, until
one year age, by the advice of my pastor, I
procured Hep Bitters and commenced their
use, and in one month we were all well, and
none et us liave seen a sick day since, and 1
want te say te all peer mcn.yeu can keep your
families well a year with Hep Bitters ler less
than one doctor's visit will cost. A Working
Ne remedy for kidney diseases heretofore
discovered can be held for one moment In com
parison with Warner's Safe Kidney and Liver
Cure. C. A. Hervcy, D. ., Washington, D.C.
Try Lechcr's Renowned Cough Syrup.
Help te Mothers Nursing Infants.
I lis a conceded fact that mothers who have
the care, anxiety and draught el nursing In
lants, aic weak and need the aid et some
strengthening tonic te make up the nourish
ment required for the growth of the child.
Ale, porter and lager beer have often been re
commended. Of late, since physicians have
become aware that the Pert Grape Wine pro
duced by Allied Spcer, el Fassalc. X. J., is
strictly pure, tlicy have prescribed it instead
of ale and porter. This wine is principally
sought for by mothers who have nursing in
fants at the breast, as the best supplying niedl
cine te be found. The wine is rich Inbody and
net intoxicating, but gently stimulating
Druggists generally keep it. Enquirer.
This wine is endorsed by Drs. Atlee and
Davis, and !-old by II. E. Slaymaker.
The nanieet 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.
ELIM G. SNYDER, of the Ninth ward, wil
be a candidate for the Democratic nomination
te the Legislature from Lancaster City. Sub
feet te Democratic rules. td
City Campaign Committee.
Regular meeting et the Democratic city cam
paign committee at Central headquarters,
Thursday evening, October 7, at ly. p. in., te
fix time ler nominating a candidate for As
sembly. Attention, First Ward.
A meeting will be held this (Thursday) even
ing. October 7, at 8 o'clock, at Neimer's saloon,
te distribute the balance of the uniforms.
The regular meeting of the Second want
Hancock club will be held nt Ransing's Union
hotel, opposite the depot, this (Thursday)
evening at S o'clock. A full attendance is
There will be a meeting of the committee el
arrangements and ward committees of the
JIanceek club at Relhweller's hall ou Friday
evening for the purpose of completing ar
rangements ler the ball te be held at Reth-
cllcr's hall en Friday evening, Oeteber 13. A
lull attendance Is desired.
Sixtti Ward-Amcticus Club.
The club will meet at their room in the
Schiller Heuse tr-aierrww (Friday) evening at
8 o'clock. Let there be a full attendance, as
business of importance, rclati ng te the club's
Vi-it te Yerk en the 2Nt inst., will be acted
Company A Eighth Ward,
Ce. A, of the Eighth ward Hancock club, ill
meet at Mrs.Diehls saloon te-morrow evening
ler drill. The company is composed et per
sons living en East High te run, thence te city
limits, Hast High te line of ward.
Company C Eighth Ward.
Ce. C, et the Eighth ward Hancock club, w ill
held a special meeting en Friday evening at
1C, o'clock at Lucas Frit.'s s-uloen. St. Jeseph
street. Drill alter the meeting. The company
is composed of members living -en High, St.
.le-cph, Repl.ir, Fremont, Union, Hazel and
lieinruu west te city limits ami all streets
south of Ibuel tecily HniiJs. A lull attend
ance I requested.
The regular .stated meeting et the Ninth
ward Hancock and English club will be held
at their club room, eyer Arneld Haas's saloon,
North Queen street, en Friday evening at 7!
Yeung Men's Club.
The heys et the different wants wilt have a
torchlight precession en Saturday evening
next. All cliiDs will turn out in lull force ami
meet at Centre Square, where the parade ill
Friday evening, Octobers. Speakers: S. W.
Shadlc, W. II. Reland.
en Monday, October 11. Speakers: Jehn W.
Ferney, J. Luther Ringwall, E. MeCaa, J. L.
Stciinuclz, 1!. F. Davis, W. U. llensel and Win.
Tuesday, October 12. Speakers: J. W. Ferney,
J. Luther Ringwall, Cel. Jehn Ritchie, E. Me
dia and ethers.
en Tuesday evening, Oct. 12. spcakcis: Jehn
W. Ferney, J. Luther Ringwall, Gen. II. Kyd
Douglas and ethers.
Wednesday afternoon, Oct. 1.1. Speakers :
Hen. Jehn W. Ferney, J. Luther Ringwalt,
Colonel Jehn Ritchie, E. MrCaa, el Alabama,
Gen. II. Kyd Douglas, Wm. II. Reland, Win. 15.
Given and ethers.
Millport, Ea-t Lampeter Twp.
Thursday evening, October If. Speakers: B
F. Davis,.!. L. Sleimuctz, K. D. North, W. U.
llensel, J. A. Ceyle.
Thursday evening, Oct. 11. Speaker-: D. Mc
Mullcn, il. It. Risk, Jehn I.. Jneebs.Capt. II. II.
Friday evening. October 15. Speakers Hen. D.
Ermcntreut, of Reading; W. It. Wilsen, D.
McMullen, W. II. Reland, J. G. Gariuan, II. N"
Fi itlay evening, October IB. Speakers : 12. Mc
Caa, 12. 15. WiPgand, B. F. Davis, W. U. llensel.
Saturday evening, October lti. Speakers: W.
I". llensel, D. McMullen.
Ch. Oilleman's hotel, Saturday afternoon and
evening, October lfi. Speakers: Hen. J. L.
Stcinmctz. E. D. North, R. B. Risk.
Saturday evening, October IR. E. MeCuit, B
F. Davis, W. II. Reland. Jehn A. Ceyle.
Tuesday evening, October 10. Speakers: II.
F. Davis, J. L. Steininetz, D. McMullen, W. II.
Reland, W. V. Hcnscl.
Eagle Hetel, Salisbury Township,
Thursday evening. Oct. 21 : Speakers : R. J.
Monaghan, R. 15. Risk, R. V. Montgomery,
Jehn II. Dcllaven.
Thursday allcinoen and evening, October 21.
Friday afternoon and evening, October 's2.
Hen. E. If. Apgar and ethers.
Friday evening, October 22. speakers: Hen.
E. K. Apgar and ethers.
Saturday, October 23.
Tuesday, October 2fi. Speakers: W. R. Wil Wil
eon, J. L. Steinmetz, J. A. Ceyle.
Wednesday evening, October 27. Speaker:
Hen. S. J. Randall.
Wednesday, October 27,attcrnoen and evening.
Thursday evening, October iS.
Walker Davis. On thnCth of October. 1880,
at Lancaster, Ta-, bv the Rev. James Y. Mitch
ell, D. D., Francis V. Walker, of Washington,
I). C. te Miss Kate AV. Davis, of Lancaster, Pa.
Until NOVEMBER 17. fhetwo-steiy Brick
Heuse, .with kitchen attached. Ne. US East
Vine street, let extends te Church street. Ap
ples, Peaches, and Grape Vine en let, water,
ftc. Inquire at Ne. 120 Charlette street, Lan
caster, Pa. oct7-ced&novl7
We have just placed en exhibition an invoice of OIL PALNT
LNGS of varied subjects and rare merit. Among them will be
found a number of Original Game Panel Pieces by Meucci. Origi
nals and Copies by Castagnola 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. BHOADS & BRO., Jewelers,
Ne. 4 West King Street.
SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS TO LADIES IN SEARCH OP
BARGAINS IN DRESS GOODS.
WATT, SHAND & COMPANY
have made large purchases of desirable Fall Goods at very low price.
1st, 1 Case Chevrons at 15c; worth 20c.
2d. 1 Case All Weel Checks at 15c.; would be cheap at 20c.
3d. 1 Case Weel Suitings 20c; usually sold at 25c
. 1 Case 40-inch all Weel Black Cashmere, 50c a yard. Splendid Value in Plain and Fancy
Dress Goods at 7, 8, 10. 12X, 15, 20 and 25c a yard. New Fall Shades In
WOOL CASHMERES, MOMIE CLOTHS,
8UITTXGS, TRIMMING SILKS, SATIXS AXD XOVKLTY GOODS.
NEW YORK STORE,
8 & 10 EAST KING STREET.
TOMC AID ALTERATIVE!
The Celebrated Prescription of W. CHAMPION BKOWN'ING, M. I.
FOR GENERAL DEBILITY AND PURIFIU THE BLOOD.
Perfectly Purines the Bleed, Enriches the Bleed, Ueddens the Bleed, makes New Bleed.
Wonderfully "Improves the Appetite, nnd Changes the Constitution Suffering from General
Debility into one of Vigorous Health. The best proer of its wonderful efficacy is te be obtained
by a trial, and that simple trial strongly establishes it reputation with all.
Slt is met scientifically and elegantly compounded by Its author and sole proprietor,
W. CHAMPION BROWNING, M. D.,
117 ARCH STREET, PHILADELPHIA, PA.
A regular graduate of JetTersen Medical College, of Philadelphia, a thorough Chemist ami
Skillful Pharmacist. Price, COe nnd 81.00. Fer sale by the Proprietor and all Dniggists'and
Dealers in Medicine. df-lydeew&w
SX Twe furnished front rooms suitable for
lodging. Terms easy. Apply at
ltd 233 WEST KING ST.
PITKL.IC SAL.B OF LUMBER.
Old Beards, Joist, Scantling, &c. Cerner
et Duke and Orange streets, at 10 o'clock a. in.
en SATITUDAV, OCTOBER 9, 1880.
ltd HENKY SIIUBEUT, Auct.
The Ball or the Humane Steam Flre En
gine Company Ne. ! will take place at their
new engine house. West King street, en FBI
DAY EVENING, OCTOBER S. 2td
i A Farm, one nille from the city of Lancas
ter, en the Petersburg turnpike, containing
about one hundred and live acres : thirty acres
nf which U new iii fall crens : nrivilece te nut
out two acres in tobacco. Enquire ut Ne. 38 J
North Duke street or en me premise.
oet7-10tdeed MBS. JOHN MeGBANN.
NOTICE, SIR KNIGHTS.
Sir Knights uelng te Baltimore en Mon
day, Oct. 11, wishing Knight's Templar gloves
and eresses or any special article of equip
ment can cet them between new and Friday
evening, Sth, by leaving their order with Jehn
S. Givler, at
GIVIEB, BOWEBS & HURST'S,
ect7 Ne. 23 East King street, Lancaster.
JL The annual meeting et the stockholders
et the Lancaster and Williamstown Turnpike
Read Company for the purpose et electing
officers for the ensuing year, will be held at
Finney's hotel. North Queen street, in the city
of Lancaster, en MONDAY, NOVEMBER 1,
1SS0. between the hours of 11 and 12 o'clock.
oct7-3tdeav J. M. LONG, Sect.
100 Tens et Rags Wanted,
Fer which the highest price will be paid.
2K CENTS PER POUND FOR GOOD MINED
RAGS. Z CENTS PER POUND FOR
The highest price paid ter Woolens, Old
Paper, Boek, Ac. Ten Rag Asserters wanted,
te u luiin the highest price will be paid.
JOHN A. SHOBER,
Cor. North Queen and Orange Streets,
vO-ffdRl Lancaster, Pu
On MONDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1830, will be
held at the Leepard Hetel, East King street,
that valuable three-story BRICK DWELLING
and let el ground, situated en the east side el
North Lime street Ne. 207. The house contains
hall, parlor, dining room anil kitchen en first
lloer, live rooms en second fleer, and two
rooms en third fleer ; also a Frame Summer
kitchen. Let rnns 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 and furnace In the
eeller te heat the whole house. This is a per
fect house oil through.
One half the purchase money can remain In
the property for a number of years.
Sale te commence at 7 o'clock p. m., of said
day, when conditions of sate will be made
known by C. A. REECE,
II. SuunKUT, Auct. cel2-8tdR
PREPARE FOR THE CAMPAIGN
We have Large Chinese Lanterns.
We have Muslin Flags et all sizes.
We have Streamers 111 abundance.
We have Deuble Portraits of Candidates 22
bv 18 Inches.
"We have Single Portraits at 5c each.
We have in stock different sizes of
We have a geed supply of
We have Greek Fire.
We have Badges in Silk and Metal.
We take orders and supply all kinds of
Equipments te Clubs.
D. 8. BURSK,
17 East; King Street, Lancaster.
WANTED. EVERYBODY TO ADVER
tlse, free of charge, in the Ihtklliguh
cue who wants something te de.
TIT ANTED EMPLOYMENT AS ACOACH-
y man or taking care of horses. Inquire
nt Cress Keys Hetel, Ne. 12 West King street,
LABOR WANTED. FOUR GOOD CUK
riers en Harness Leather. Apply te or
adnrcss KEYSTONE TANNERY.
(J. Kile & Bre.).
ect5-Std-G8 Middletewu, Dauphin Ce., Pa.
WANTED. THE INQUIRER PRINTING
and Publishing Company want a few In
telligent boys te learn the printing business.
Inquire cither in person or by letter, at their
eitic: 53 and 33 North Queen street, Lancaster.
Pa. ect 7-jtdeew&2tw.
Office of the Mauexv Mutual Lifk Abse- t
CI ATIOX OF SEUHSOnOYE, PA.
WANTED GOOD, ACTIVE, KKSPONSI KKSPONSI
ble Agents in each township of the
county of Lancaster. Apply in hand writing
of Applicant te the Heme Office.
. L. R. HUMMEL, See'y.
Sellnsgreve, Snyder county, Pa., September
17. lSri). bepl6-lmu&5tw
PUllLIC SALE OF REAL ESTATE.
On WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 13, lSSO.at
the Leepard Hetel, East King street, will be
sold a two-story BRICK DWELLING, with
two-story Brick Back Building, containing
seven (7) rooms with gas, situated at Ne. 20
Plum street. The let irents 17 leet 4 Inches by
Sale te commence at 7 o'clock p. m , when
terms will be made known by
S. Hess & Sex, Auct". nct2-13td
On SATURDAY, OCTOBER 9, will be -old
at the Leepard Hetel, a valuable three story
Brick Dwelling anil two-story Brick Back
building, containing 11 rooms ; uNe a Brick
Building and Frame Shed Heuse, Ne. 412 Ea.st
King Street. Let fronts 32 reef, '4 inches; In
depth 245 feet te a It feet wide public alley.
Hydrant in the yard. Fruit Trees. Ac. Sale te
commence at 7 o'clock p.m.. when conditions
will be made known bv
Ij'XECUTORS'- SALE OF CITY PROP
J ERTY. On FRIDAY, OC'IOBER 15. 1S80,
the undersigned executers el Henry Meiger
walt, deceased, will expose te sale, at 7 o'clock
p. m., at the Leepard Hetel, East King street,
a Let or Piece el Ground, situated 011 the east
side of Seuth Queen street, in the city or Lan
caster, Ne. 3h. Said let containing in front, en
said Seutli Queen street, 17 leet and 4 Inches,
and extending in depth et that width eastward
te Strawberry street, whereon is erected a
geed two-btery-aml-a-liair DRICK DWELL
ING HOUSE, Willi a two-story Back Building
attached, Hydrant. Fruit Trees, and ether im
Terms made known ut time of j-ale by
MICHAEL F. STEIGERWALT,
WM. P.. STEIGERWALT,
Executers of Henry Steigerwalt, dee'd.
llESnr Siiubert, Auct. s30-el,7,ll,14
YALUABLE REAL ESTATE AT PRI
VATE SALE. Is offered at private sale
nil that valuable property situated in West
Lampeter township, known as "Recky
Springs." containing 27 ACRES, mere or less,
et which about 22 Acres is fertile farm land,
and the remainder weeds, being the well
known Picnic Grounds, en which are erected
a large Two-sterv slate-reef BRICK DWELL
ING, with a Twe-story slate-reef Brick Rack
Building, ami a large and commodious Barn,
new Tobacco Shed, Heg Sty. Cern Crib, and
ether outbuilding. Alse contains a thriving
young Apple Orchard and a large spring et
never-tailing water. The farm land Is fertile,
well-watered and especially adapted te raiding
tobacco, and the weeds has long been a popu
lar picnic gre.mil, with a large dancing plat
form, tables, benches, etc. Being situated
within a mile of Lancaster city limits, it is
easy et access te markets, stores, etc. Fer
terms apply te
MRS. CATHARINE TRISSLER,
130 East King street, Lancaster, Pa.
Ten-roomed, two-story and Mansard root,
Green Stene Frent Dwellings,
Nes. 429 and 433 Wet Orange Street.
With all the best
Deluding Jennlng's Improved Londen water
closets, marble-top washstand, improved wall-ed-ln
range, cellar heater, perfect drainage and
sewerage, deep, dry cellar, white marble base
and steps, &c, &c. Let 22 by 245 feet te a 14-feet
wide alley, front yard 2i feet in depth, inclesed
with ornamental Iren fence.
Fer terms, &e., apply te
JOHN II. METZLEU,
aug21-W&Stfd Ne. 9 Seuth Duke St.
EXECUTORS' MALE OF CITY PROP
ERTIES. The undersigned executers of
Michael Malenc, deceased, will expose te sale
en THURSDAY', the 14th day et OCTOBER, at
7 o'clock p. m., ut the Cad well Heuse, the fel
lowing Real Estate, viz :
Ne. 1. A Let et Ground en the N. E. corner
of Orange and Shlppen streets, witliatrontage
of 49) feet, mere or less, en Orange street, and
along Shlppen street northward 245 feet te a
public alley, en which Is erected a commodi
ous and well built Mansion, Ne. 301, two-stories
ldgh with two-story back building, all in geed
repair; also ou rear of let a two-story brick
stable and ether improvements.
Ne. 2. A Pieee et Ground en North Lime
street, west side, between Orange a"d Chestnut
streets, containing in front en' Lime street :!7
feet, mere or less, and In depth westward C4
feet 4J inches, en which is erected a two-story
Brick dwelling, Ne. 123, with its improvements.
Ne. 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 CC 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. PE1PER,
JAMES 31. BURKE,
Executers of Michael Malenc, dee'd.
Hbsuv Srcbebt. Auct.
ELEGANT GRAY GRANITE MONU
McCLURE'S MARBLE WORKS.
Ne. 25 Seuth Queen Street.
Prices very low. (' stdW&S<w
MB. ADAMS WILL MEET PERSONS
wishing te enter his Literature Classes,
and will answer Inquiries thereto nt 126 North
Duke street en Thursday at 4 p. m. ltd
i BEAT WUlhlM Uta VUUm, 11113
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Rifles, shot guns, revolvers, tent C. O. I), te-examination.
THURSDAY EVENING, OCT. 7, 1880.
"J WEATHER INDICATIONS.
Washington, D. C, Oct. 7. Fer the
Middle states clear or fair weather, light
variable winds, no decided change in bar
ometer or temperature.
The International Match Game.
Cricket Grounds, Philadelphia, Oct.
7. The international cricket game was
resumed this morning "with Smith and
Tycrsat the bat for the English ; Law and
Charles Newhall bowling for the Ameri
cans. Tyers was clean bowled by Law for
eighteen runs. Patterson followed te the
bat and was caught by Law, four wickets
for fifty-nine runs. Jeseph Hargrave
took Patterson's place at the bat.
The English players are all out for 120
in their first innings against 99 for the
Americans in their first innings.
The Americans commenced their second
inning at 1:50 p. m., with Geerge and
Charles Newhall at the bat, Lane bowling
from the upper end and Bremhcad from the
lower. Geerge Newhall was bowled by
Lane for three and Moero took his place.
Charles Newhall was then bowled by
Bremhcad for one, two wickets for four
runs. An adjournment of three-quarters
of an hour for lunch was then taken.
Pullman Car Ce.'s Suit Against the Hal 11 11
inere & Ohie.
Baltimore, Oct. 7. In the United
States court, this morning, in the case of
the Pullman palace car company vs. the
Baltimore & Ohie railroad company, the
hearing of a motion for a preliminary in
junction te restrain defendants from an
infringement en the patents of the Pullman
company by building cars for their own?
use, which was set for te-day, was pest
pencd te the 21st of October, and it was
ordered that the defendants file their an
swer and affidavits en or before the Kith
of October. It is understood that Judge
Bend will be present and sit with Judge
Merris at the hearing en the 21st.
Consulting for Their Interests.
Bosten, Oct. 7. The convention of ship
owners and merchants new in sessions in
this city was called te order at 1 o'clock
this morning. W. II. Lincoln, from
the committee te which was referred
a resolution and bill relating te the ship
ment and discharge of seamen, reported
recommending the passage of the bill, with
an amendment providing that first and
second officers, as well as the captain
of American ships be Americans ; making
a technical change in the clause relative te
the discharge of scamcu in a foreign pert,
and an amendment favoring the employ
ment of apprentices en ships of the United
Theft et Naturalization Papers.
New Yerk. Oct, 7. Police Justice Pat
terson (,Rep,)at the Tombs te-day declined
te grant a warrant for the arrest of the
federal supervisor el elections for taking
and retaining possession en the first day of
the registry of naturalization papers of
1808. A complaint of larceny of the pa
pers was made by Alderman Kirk (Tam
many,)and the justice's declination was en
the ground of want of jurisdiction, the
alderman being directed te apply te a
The Episcopal Convention.
Nnw Yerk, Oct. 7. Bishop Deanc, of
Albany, Rev. Dr. Brown, or Cleveland,
and Rev. Dr. A. T. Perter, of Seuth Car
olina, officiated in the services at the open
ins of the second day's session of the P. E.
general convention te-day. The following
assistant secretaries were appointed : Rev.
Dr. Ilcurv Austill, of Western New Yerk.
Rev. S. P. Ischiffcly, of Kentucky, and
Rev. Dr. Palentherp Hay, of Pennsylva
A Plot te Release Prisoners.
Bosten. Oct. 7. A plot te release a
large number of prisoners from the state
prison at Concord, Mass., was discovered
yesterday and frustrated. Seme of the
convicts had obtained possession of false
keys te nearly every deer in one division.
Extra precautions have been taken by
placing new locks and belts en the entire
Policeman Fatally Stabbed.
Atlantic City, N. J., Oct. 7. Jeseph
Price, a police officer, was stabbed in the
side last nisht by Daniel Myers, of this
place, while the latter was drunk. It is
thought that the wound will prove fatal.
Rhede Island Republican Convention.
Providence, R. I., Oct. 7. The Re
publican state convention met in this city
tedav. General Horatio Rogers was
elected president. .Addresses were made
by President Robinson, of Brown univer
sity, and ex-Governer YanZandt. The
congressional convention will be held this
Sheddy Mill Unreed.
Trey, N. Y., Oct. 7. The Warrcns
burir shoddy mill, occupied by . F. Ryan
& Ce., was burned last night from the
effects of spontaneous combustion. - Less,
Frest In Texas.
Galveston, Texas, Oct. 7. At a num
ber of points in Texas there was frost en
the night of October 4th.
CAKFIKLD IN FAVOIt OF SOUTHERN
Republicans Demanding Tribute of Claim
Agent Uefore the Latter' Occupa
tion la Gene.
The following edifying composition has
been received in "Washington from a New
Yerk Republican claim agent, who writes
that it is a copy of a circular just received
by him :
AVashinoten, D. C, Sept. 30, 1890.
Dear Sir The letter of Gen. Han
cock in regard te the payment of claims
leaves no doubt in the minds of these who
knew him that he will sternly carry out his
views as therein announced, and that he
will promptly vctaany nnd all acts looking
te such compensation as may liereatter uc
asked for losses incurred by citizens, of the
states in rebellion by the army of the
United States, and also that he will urge
upon Congress the repeal of any and. all
laws new in force making it possible. :for
Iraimants te procure pay as loyal citizens-.
Prem many of the Southern states and
cfem a great many Democratic members of
Congress have come expressions coincid
ing and fully agreeing te the views express
ed by Gen. Hancock. The position occu
pied by Gen. Garfield upon the subject of
the payment of claims is and
has been much mere favorable to
wards claimants than that assumed
by General Hancock in his letter. Yen
arexited te the fact that General Garfield
was chairman of the committee ou appre
priatiens when the present vice president,
Hen. Wm. A. Wheeler, reported and had
placed upon the army appropriation bill
the act of July 4, under which you and
your clients have received large awards,
and that this measure received the ardent
support of General Garfield in a speech
upon the subject ; also, that General Gar
field strongly urged the extension upon
both occasions when said extension was
made. It is extremely doubtful if the List
extension of such time would have been
made at all had it net been for
the strong appeal made te the Heuse
by him, as you will see by refer
ring te the record when the bill came up
for consideration, Southern claimants un
der the operation of the law creating the
commission, as you are aware, were paid
nearly $5,000,000. It is considered, in the
opinion of the best posted and thoroughly
conversant attorneys here in Washington,
that the interests of both claimants and
attorneys will be better promoted by the
election of Garfield than that of Hancock,
thus continuing the Republican partin
power, as the Republicans have been mere
favorable te the payment of all classes of
claims than the Democrats. Witness
as an example, the conduct of
the war claims committee, Bragg, of
Wisconsin, chairman, at the last session of
Congress. Te accomplish this many of the
attorneys here have contributed liberally,
and they new ask you te aid them all in
your power. Any contribution that you
may see fit te make can be forwarded te
your local correspondent here, with in
structiens as te its disposition, or sent te
Hen. Edward McPherson, secretary Re
publican congressional committee. Please
be prompt and make your response as lib
eral as you possibly can, for the demand is
urgent and the interest te be conserved is
Needs an Instructor.
Next time the Republican leaders act
Eshlcman, of Lancaster, te address the
people of Gettysburg, they should sec te
it in advance that he has some sort of ac
curate idea of the battle of Gettysburg
and things generally. The average Get
tysburg school boy could become his in
structor, and net be in bright trim at that.
The Republican leaders seem te make a
low estimate of the intelligence of the
Xfew Yerk Marker.
Nkw Yer.-x. Oct. 7. Fleur State and West
ern firm, moderate expert and Jobbing trade
Inquiry; Superfine, $:fi0lt!0; extra de 1 10
1 35; choice, de, $4 304ri5; fancy de.
$4 703"75: round hoop Ohie J4 5004 Oi : choice
de J5(in'' 00; superfine western $:.r0t 00;
common te geed extra de $4 104 3 ; choice
de !$! I0G 25; choice white wheat de $1 15
fyl f; Southern quiet and active ; com
mon te fair extra $lit05 10; geed te choice
de $5 .ri0.'i 75.
Wheat a shade .it renger and generally active.
Ne. 2 Red Nev. $1 ll'4l 11J..
Cern a shade better ami moderately active;
Mixed western spot, TrZ)iZiSe ; de lutiue, K'i)
Oats scarcely se llrni; State 41!!,'; Writ
i'liilntlelphfa Market. C
Philm.klvhia. Oct. 7. Fleur llrni, with Mir
Inquiry ; superttne 12 753 25; extra 3 50
4 IK); Ohie and Indiana family $5 005 87;
Punn'n family dn$5 0e5 2S: St. Leuis family
ut $5 75315 25; Minnesota family $5 008" 75;
palent nnd high grades $7 00jS 25.
Rye flour scarce at $5 oer
Wheat higher, with goedinqniry:No.2 West
ern Red ft le ; Fa. Red 110; Amber $1 1e!.
Cern quiet, but lirm : steamer, SJJe ; yeliew
at 5IJc; mixed 51c.
Oats steady ; Ne. 1. White 42c ; Ne. 2 de 40
(ft) lie; Ne.:: deat 3!lg.'!'..',e ; Se. 2, Mixed at 2S&)
Rye quiet at .Ue.
Prevision in steady Jobbing trade; nuss
perk $15017W; beet hams flCS017i0: In
dian mess beet at $18 50 ; smoked hams y.
Vic, pickled hams 8,J9tjC ; bacon smoked
shoulders lJ4tfft7c ; salt de SJc.
Lard steady ; city kettle at 89j : loeau
butchers' 8S.c ; prime steam $s MStt.
Rutter qulej ; Creamery extra at .11
32c; de geed 10 choice 2S3ie: ISrndtent
county and New Yerk extra. ai21)c ; Western
reserve extra 22S2Je ; de geed te choice 1;J3)C :
Rolls qi'iet: Penn'a extra 2H23; Western re
serve; extra 2!2:Sc.
Eggstcndy; Pi nn'.i Kxtr.i 22e; Western
C'hee-i: dull, but steady.': New Yerk lull
cream i:;.'.?He ; Western full cream 13 13'4e:
de fair ti geed 12S12Je; de hull" skim 10
Petroleum dull ; refined at HJc.
Whisky active and icareu at 91 12.
Seeds Geed te prime. Clever neglected at
$7 fi08 00 ; Timethy dull at 2 75R.2 SO: Flax
seed scarce at $1 3!) for pure.
New Yerk Siecks.
Erie R. R
Michigan s. & L. S...,
Michigan Cent. It. R.
Chicago & N. W
Chicago. 51 Jc St. P..
Han. St.. I. Cem
". zr& 7..w
mi !-:. n .
Teledo & Wabash
Ohie & Mississippi. ..
St. Leuis, I. M. & S. R..
Ontario and Western.
C. C. & I. C. R. R......
New Jersey Central..
Del. & Hudsen Canal.
rr.i7 "1:1 ?ja :i
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333 34 33 3Ayt
iwa, . u;ji iw
Dei., Lack. & Western
Western union 'lei.
Pacilic Mail S. S. Ce..
Kansas t Texas
New Yerk Central
Cleveland & Pitts....
Chicago & Reck I
Pittsburgh & Ft. W...
American U. Tel. Ce
Pennsylvania R, IS....
Phil'a. & Reading
Northern Pacific Cem
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Phil'a & Erie IS. IS....
Un. IS. It's efN.J
Central Trans. Ce
:ay 58 5s"
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52 raft 52-4
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Leral MeckH nnd IS0111H.
I.ane.C'ilV 1 par ct. Lean, due IsSO.
inoret In 1 or 30 veara.
Lane, and Quarry v'e IS. IS. bend
" " " stock....
Lancaster and Lphruta turnpike...
Lane .Elizabetht'n aiidMiddlet'n..
Lancaster and Frultvlllc turnpike.
T nniafniniiil T.ttlt?. tliriirkikf
Lancasterami .iawr iui"i'""-;---
Lancaster ami .liunueim minium;.
Lancaster and Marietta turnpike..
Lane, and New Helland turnpike..
Lane, and Strasburg turnpike
Lane, and Susquehanna turnpike..
Lane, and Willow Street tnrnplke.
Farmers' Nat. Rank et Lancaster...
First Nat. Rank of Lancaster
Lancaster County Nat. Rank
Inquirer Printing Ce
Lanc.Gas Light nnd Fuel Ce. stock.
" " bends.
Te Nervous Sullcrers The Great fciirp
pean Remedy Dr. J. H. Simpsen's Specific
Medicine. It is a positive cure, for Sperma Sperma
eorrhea, Seminal Weakness, Impetcncy, and all
diseases resulting from Self-Abuse, as Mental
Anxiety, Less of Memery, rains In Back-or
Side, and diseases that lead te Consumption,
Insanity and an early grave. The Specific
Medicine is being used wlthwendcrfnlsncccss.
Pamphlets sentrlree te all. Write for them and
get full particulars. Price, Spcclllc, lwr
package, or six packages for $5. J. B. SIMP
SONf MfielCIJrte COMPANY. Nes. 104 and IOC
Main Street, Buflale, N. T. Address all orders
t0 n. B. COCHRAN, Druggist, Sele Agent,
137 and 130 North Qnecn Street, Lancaster.
rtANVASSEBS MAKE FROM 825 TO S50
j ner week: selling goods for E.G.RIDL
OUT & CO., 10 Barclay street, New ierk. Send
ter Catalogue and terms. angic-ly w
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ASTXICU BROS ADVERTISEMENT.
, , EVERYDAY
during the coming week a brilliant display of
will be presented In the attractive establish
We shall place en exhibition the many rich
and beautiful articles which we nave new en
hand, thus enabling Ladles, by a single prom
enade through our store, te inform them
selves as te the Latest Styles for Fall and Early
inter w ear. Especial attention's called te
pur assortment or FIN K M I LLINER Y G OODS,
Including Trimmed Pattern Bennets. New
Shapes and Celers in
FRENCH FELT HATS. DERBIES. Ac.
NOVELTIES IN VELVETS AND SATINS.
Cashmere and Variegated
PLUMES. BIRDS' TIPS. An.
Elegant Styles wiltbe'prcsentedln LADIES'
UNDERCLOTHING. BARY WEAR. DRESS
TRIMMINGS. HOSIERY and GLOVES.
Please notice ! Every department will have
both an attractive displaynmlalsean especial
ly attractive bargain.
Call early in the week, before our prices and
goods arc disposed of.
HATS Derbies at cie
Fine Black Derbies, witli Satin
Seft Felt Derbies $1.00
Best Ribbed Goods $1.35
Cigarette Huts 90c
Cotten Caps iWe
Plush Hats I5c
Straw Sailors 25c
Geed Black Satin. ..73c 11 yd
First Quality Satin $1.00
A Superfine Black Satin.$1.2U
All Celers of Geed Sutln.ftlc
Trimming Silks at 75e
Black Silk Velvet, Jl.l )
Black Veiveteenat He
A Fine Black Velve
teen nt 30c
Extra Heavy Black
75e., worth $l.0J
Silk Finished Black
Brocaded Velveteen in
all colors, u"c.
Silk Velvet In all tlij
RI it RONS
Sli inch Silk
Bead, 25c a
PASS AM EXTERIES
PASS AM ENTE RIES
PASSAM ESI ERIKS
and Chenille PASSAMENTERIES
Fringe, 50c. PASS A M ENT E RIES
5 Inch heavy
PASS AM ENTERI ES
FRINGES Fringc.breait PASSAMENTERIES
FRINGES beading, 00c. PASSAMENTERIES
FRINGES IJiln.hcavy PASSAMKNTEKIES
FRINGES Clienilleaml PASSAMENTERIES
FRINGES Read Fringe, PASSAMENTERIES
FRINGES (Xlcavard. PASSAMENTERIES
FRINGES y. in. Fine PASSAMENTERIES
FRINGES Chcnillcand PASSAMENTERIES
FRINGES Grass Fringe. PASSAMENTERIES
FRINGES life 11 yard.
FRINGES 5 Inch CBe-
FRINGES nllle .tReid
FRINGES Fringe. 75c.
FRINGES and handsome PASSAMENTERIES
FRINGES Fringe, at Hi, PASSAMENTERIES
FRINGES iU .We, $1.10. PASSAMENTERIES
FRIXGES 1.10,1.12,1.25, PASSAMENTERIES
FRINGES and upwards. PASSAMENTERIES
FRINGES A handsome PASSAMENTERIES
FRINGES llneet Pas- PASSAMENTERIES
FRINGES samenterles PASSAMENTERIES
FRINGES inallwidtl's. PASSAMENTERIES
FRINGES Tassel Orna- PASSAMENTERIES
FRINGES meats in Silk, PASSAMENTERIES
FRINGES Chcnillcnnil PASSAMENTERIES
FRINGES Beads, Leeps, PASSAMENTERIES
FRINGES Spikes. Cords PASSAMENTERIES
FRINGES and Spikes. PASSAMENTERIES
Rntten-i in endless
Black Crepe at 50e.
Fine Black Crepe at
Extra lleavv English Crepe, CREPES
0 4 ler $2.00 CREPES
COISSETS II Ip Gere, 23c. CORSETS
CORSETS A Geed lland-maile Cor- CORSETS
COISSETS set, 39c. CORSETS
CORSETS We infer new a much CORSETS
CORSETS better Corset than ever CORSETS
CORSETS for 19c. CORSETS
CORSETS An excellent, geed fit- CORSETS
CORSETS ting Corset for trie. CORSETS
CORSETS The ' Pavilion," Speen CORSETS
COISSETS Busk, for 75c. CORSETS
CORSETS The "Star" Corset, ev- CORSETS
CORSETS tmleng, ler'.fic. CORSETS
CORSETS The "Parisian." 1"0 CORSETS
CORSETS bones, ler $1. COISSETS
CORSETS A -plendid Nursing Cor- CORSETS
CORSETS sctfer$l. CORSETS
CORSETS Belter Corsets at $l.i, CORSETS
CORSETS :$I.59aniiiipwariN. CORSETS
LADIES Special bar- UNDERGARMENTS
LADIES gains in that UNDERGARMENTS
LADIES line. A geed
LADIES Muslin Che-
LADIES mise for 23c
LADI ES An elegantly
LADIES Chemise, 50c.
LADIES One with very
LADIES rich enibn.i-
LAD1ES dery for 75c.
LADIES Skirt, with
LADIES dcrv. for !Ce.
UN DE RG A RM E NTS
UN DERG ARM ENTS
Rabies' Leng Robes lrem
3Je up te $tl.
Rabies' Worsted Op.
Jackets, Merine Cloaks,
. Shawl-", Weel Coats,
FELT Geed, Heavy Felt Skirts at Be. SKIRTS
Flannel Skirts SKIRTS
at rensennble prices. SKIRTS
new "Canvass "skirt SKIRTS
at $1.50. hKiurs
A Geed Tewa terSe. NAPKINS
A very large Fine NAPKINS
A large all Linen NAPKINS
Tewel, 10c. NAPKINS
A geed Glass Tewel.l Ic. NAPKINS
A fine Damask Linen NAPKINS
Ten el, 23c. NAPKINS
An extra tine Tewel, NAPKINS
knotted fringe. 33c NAPKINS
Imported extra large NAPKINS
German Linen Tew- NAPKINS
els, 33c. NAPKINS
Remnants or nil Linen NAPKINS
Toweling, 10c a piece. NAPKINS
Toweling. 5c a yard. NAPKINS
Russian Crash. 9. II, 13c NAPKINS
a yard. NAPKINS
Glass Toweling at 12c NAPKINS
a vard. NAPKINS
Nankins. 5c a piece. X APK INS
TOWELS German Linen Napkins NAPKINS
TOWK1.S iringcu in wiine,
MERINO A geed heavy
MERINO Undershirt for
M ERINO ladies, only 35c.
MERINO Avery linequal-
M ERINO vests and Punts.
regular made cutis
shirts and Draw
crs,in all qualities
Our Men's Un
Drawers at 50c are
MERINO ever sold for the UNDERWEAR
MERINO price. The Shirts UNDERWEAR
MERINO are regular made UNDERWEAR
MERINO Cuffs and Sheul- UNDERWEAR
MERINO tiers, and finished UNDERWEAR
MERINO As geed as any de!- UNDERWEAR
MERINO lar shirt. UNDERWEAR
MERINO The Drawers lire LNDLRWLAR
MERINO military finish. UNDERWEAR
MERINO with satin front. 3
MKI'IVII liuttnn.u. and well
MERINO shaped. Sizes, 30
MERINO te 4.1 inches.
MERINO Infants Knitted
MERINO Shetland Shirts,
MERINO without sleeves,
MERINO 44C.; with sleeves,
HOSIERY Te mention all
HOSIERY Bargains we ener
HOSIERY In this department Is
HOSIERY hardly pesslble,bnt we
HOSIERY" Invite everybody te
HOSIERY come and leek at our
HOSIERY stock witlient being
HOSIERY' compelled te buy. It
HOSIERY' will be a. satisfaction
HOSIERY te yen te knew that
HOSIERY we sell the best goods
HOSIERY rer the least money,
HOSIERY anU that our oasort easort oasert
HOSIERY ment Is better and
UOSIERY lancer than thater any
HOSIERY' house in this city.
Child's Woolen Gloves and Mitts. Lctrglns.
Leggin Drawers, Ac. r" "
Zephyrs In all Celers. 9c. an ounce- Yarns,
Shetland Weel, Saxony Yam, Hess, Ac.
43-Wc Invite everybody te call and leek at
our store. The liandseiuest and most attrac
tive place of the kind In this county. -
IB EAST KING STREET. LANCASTER.