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LANCASTER DAIL limLUGENOER MONDAY OCTOBER 11, 1880
THE LOCAL CAMPAIGN.
A- Rattling Week ter th'e Democracy.
Cel. Jehn W. Ferney and ether speak
ers who arc te be present in Lancaster
county this wedk te shake the country up
politically en behalf of the Democracy,
avrived this aftcrnoeu and have taken a
carriage for Aleuutvillc where one of the
largest meetings of the campaign will be
held this evening te be addrpssed by Cel.
Ferney and ethers. The Columbia and
Marietta clubs will be there and hosts of
earnest Democrats from the surrounding
country. The Hancock Legien and glee
club of this city will go out 100 strong,
.some en horseback, some in carriages, and
omnibuses leaving Centre Square at 5 p.
m. will convey many ether Democrats of
the city who will attend the meeting.
To-meirow a grand mass meeting will
be held during the afternoon at Quarry
ville, te b2 addressed by Cel. Ferney, Mr.
Kingwalt, Cel. Douglas, Cel. Ritchie and
ethers. A special train will run from this
city at 9:-i5 a. m. The members of Han
cock Legien and invited guests will assem
ble at Democratic headquarters te-morrow
morning at 0 o'clock for the purpose of es
corting Cel. J. W. Ferney and ether
speakers te Quarryville. Tne members arc
requested te wear dark clothes and white
hats. Many citizens will accompany the
excursion and the turnout all along the
line of the Quarryville railroad and from
all the districts of the lower end is expect
ed te be unusually large.
In the evening a special train, leaving
Quarryville at 7 p. m. and returning from
this-city after midnight, will bring the ex
cursionists back te the meeting in Fulton
hall and the folk's from the country who
want, te hear the news from Indiana and
The Democratic meeting in the hall to te
morrow evening premises te be an im
mense affair, and the attendance from the
city and country will be very general, the
liveliest interest being manifested te hear
The .speakers and visitors from Quarry
ville will be back in geed time te begin
the meeting at 8:13, p. m. Gee. Nauman,
esq., will preside at the meeting aud the
election returns will be announced as ra
pidly as received in this city.
On Wednesday afternoon aud evening
there will be a grand demonstration of the
Democracy in the eastern cud of
the county at Xew Helland. Cel. Ferney
aud ether distinguished speakers will be
there, and the meeting premises te be the
largest ever held in that section. Many
persons from Lancaster will attend it.
On Wednesday evening Cel. Ferney will
speak at Maiihcim.
Oit Thiusday evening there will be a
general meeting of the Democrats at Jehn
F. Eclitcniaclit's Millport hotel, en the
Strasburg turnpike, two miles cast of this
eit-. All of the Lancaster clubs arc in
vited te attend it, and several companies
of the Kighth ward club, the Ninth,
Seventh and Sixth ward clubs, and prob
ably ethers, as a whole or in part, will
march out and paiticipatc in the demon
stration. On Friday night there will be a Demo
cratic meeting at the Lititz Springs hotel,
another at Uewmansvillc, aud one in
Washington boieugh ; en Saturday in
Sli-usbiirg. Maytown and McCall's Ferry.
tui: hill riots.
Testimony Ilctore the- Jluyor Jluyer
T .lis afternoon a number of witnesses
appeared before his honor Mayer MaeGoni MaeGeni MaeGoni
gle te testify in the case of the complaint
made by Ce!. 11. McMellcn, of the Repub
lican club, against Officers Harm an and
Kautz, for neglect of duty en the occasion
of the Republican parade en Friday night.
The following testimony was taken.
,T. X. Geedman, sworn : On Fiiday
night en the occasion of the Republican
precession the policeman who had held of
me had a slouch hat; can't say it was
Kautz: the policeman caught held of my
aim: will net say that he caught held of
me for the purpose of holding me. 1 posi
tively deny snyh'g that Mr. Kautz handed
his b'lak-ja'ek te anyone, never said any
thing of the kind.
E. II. S'uaub, sworn : Was standing at
hotel in front of Aekennan's place, West
King street ; asked Harmau aud Kautz te
arrest a man, and they gave me no satis
faction; I said I would appear against
them if they did net: in less than 13 sec
onds I saw a horseman strike Harmau ever
the head with a whip. The etliccrs had
their backs te the crowd and faces to
wards the marching men ; the name of
the horseman who struck Harman was
Frantz ; don't knew his first name ; the
efiicer gave no provocation, but I think he
was net doing his duty ; can't say I saw
the etliccrs taking any part iu the assault
en Geedman ; saw no officer strike a blew.
Geerge W. Metzgcr swern: Was iu
Yeung Men' club, Ce.C,; Geedman steed
by with cane in hand, waited till we came
up and told the crowd te stand back;
when the rank in which I was came up the
rowdies tumbled into us ; the officers came
up Kautz and Harmau Harman took
held of Geedman while ether men struck
him ; it looked te me as though Harman
was taking part with the crowd; it get
pictiy het at that time and I get down
sticct further. After the trouble had
cooled down. 1 heard men ask Kautz why
he did net arrest these who were urging
the light, and he only laughed at them.
Peter Elias, swern: When we were
coining up Maner street, near Derwart,
we were attacked. I caught a boy who
was throwing stones, kept him and intend
ed te hand him ever te an officer as seen
as I could set; one ; told Kautz the boy
had been throwing stones and told him
te lock him up, that I had seen him throw
ing stones; don't think Kautz saw him
throwing stones ; he was coming up from
towards hose house ; Kautz caught held of
Jacob Butt and pulled him out of the
Wm. Metzgcr swern: Was cemiug up
Maner street with company C. Jesse 2fye
had a flag in his hand with Hancock's
likeness en : he shook it at us and said see
there you b. s. of b. I then saw Geedman
trying te keep the crowd back, I walked
the alley te Strawbciry street ; came back,
saw Geedman and Harmcn talking ; stones
weic bcinji thrown, a torch was thrown
at Geedman and was struck ever the back
with a torch ; cant say who used it, but
think it was Harman ; I knew Harman
when I see him ; I saw no ether blows
struck ; I ran as far as Mulberry street ;
came back and saw Kautz and Harman ;
a man en horseback they said it was Toin Tein Toin
liusen, he told-Kautz te arrest some one ;
don't knew who it was ; don't knew that
Kautz saw the man ; he made no effort te
arrest any one.
Jehn Wisegarver, sworn : In front of
the old Humane heuc I was one of the
crowd who asked Iluriuan te arrest a young
man who had tin own a stone ; he told us
te pnss en, never mind ; lie also told Shertz
te go aud get a warrant for his arrest, as
he could net arrest him without a warrant.
The crowd en the pavement wanted him te
arrc.-t Shcrts ; he said he could net de it :
the Tiv.d en the pavement turned en him.
The dt fer.dants were net present at the
Muulclpal Political BIIsleu-SecuIar
A stated meeting of council was held en
Friday evening last. The members were all
present with the exception of Mr. Smith.
The finance committee presented the fol
lowing report, which was adopted :
Balance en hand at date of last reports 5,38.02
Receipts of auditorium Hr'H
Market stall rents, transient
Proceeds of note
C. Hershey, tax collector, 1S70
C. Hershey, tax collector, J877
C. Hershey, tax. collector, 1878
C. Hershey, tax collector, 1870
Yinger, rent, October 1st
Total receipts SU.202.S0
Orders paid since last report $inf5f
Total expenditures S10.82S.24
Balance en hand October 4, 18:0 8 3,463.50
Tuc property committee" reported having
placed insurance policies for 2,500 iu the
Phoenix insurance company, of Londen,
and 82,500 in the Commonwealth insur
ance company, in place of policies expiring
Oct. 1. Eight thousand dollars worth of
insurance expires within the next sixty
days. The committee decided net te rent
the opera house for political meetings
when a parade is given iu connection with
the meeting en account of the damage
that might arise te the interior of the
buildings. The committee fuithcr repoit repeit
cd the necessity of repainting certain por
tions of the market and opera houses.
The read committee reported having
contracted with II. E. Wolfe te furnish
biekcn stone, delivered en streets where
needed for macadamizing purposes, at
$1.23 per perch ; also a contract with Jehn
Fisher for the delivery of stone for the
same purposes at 83 cents and GO cents per
perch ; the macadamizing and repairiug
of several streets and the intention of ma
The market committee made a repeit
which is embraced in the report of the fi
The chief of the fire department report
ed having grauted permission te the Vigi
laut and Shawnee lire companies te take
their engines te Hagerstewu, Md., en the
20th of October, the Shawnee engine te be
substituted here by one employed.
The following resolutieu was adopted
by a close vote after a debate in which
several members took part : " Ecselccd.
That in accordance with an eidiuancc
enacted January 10, 1874. ordaining 'that
Maner street shall be laid out, opened and
graded between Ninth and Twelfth
streets,' the read committee be and are
hereby instructed te complete the opening
aud grading of Maner street between the
streets named in the ordinance ; Provided,
That the prepositions made by Mr. J. C.
Steuer relating te the opening of Maner
street shall be reduced te a written agree
ment aud approved by the solicitor of the
A communication was read from the
Vigilant fire company inviting the membeis
of council te participate in the parade at
Hagerstown, Md., ou October 20. The
same was received with a vote of thanks
and ordered te be placed en the minutes.
The property committee was instucted
fr. mi-n tin v.'Tciiis tn the maikct and
opera houses recommended in its report.
Tne property committee was uisu-ucicu
te renew expiring insurance policies im-
Bills te the amount of $:5,104.75, includ
ing pay roll, were read and orders granted.
A few miner points were brought up when
In our communication of Saturday we
inadverteaty; emitted the name of Dr. J.
K. Lineaweaver, who was elected surgeon
of the II. M. North Democratic marching
The Juvenile Democrats en Saturday
afternoon received their x equipments con
sisting of a torch red cap aud a red cape.
The equipments of the II. M. North
marching club of the 3d ward have arrived
aud will be delivered te the members of
the club te-day. They are of the regula
The special train te Meimivil'e this
evening, te give te the Democrats of -Marietta
and Columbia an opportunity te
participate iu the parade te be there given,
will leave here at seven o'clock, and will
return immediately after the exercises
of the evening have been completed. It is
thought that at least two hundred of the
Democratic battalion of Columbia will
The sacrament of the Lord's Supper was
administered in the E. E. Lutheran church
yesterday morning and evening. Iu the
afternoon eight or ten children were bap
tized. Hereafter meruiug services will be
held at 10:15 o'clock and evening sessions
at 7, in place of 7:30 o'clock as hereto
fore. The Heu. Galusha A. Grew addressed a
large audience in the iutcrestef the-Repub-lican
party party in the pper.a-i.&aWte en
Saturday evening. There was a large
number "of Democrats present.
The Citizens' band mi Saturday evening
serenaded Rev. J. J. Russell, pastor of
St. Peter's Catholic church, whj re
cently returned from Europe. Rev.
Russell was glad te see the band and a
very pleasant evening was spent.
Rebert C. Dean, of Ephrata, Pa., was
yesterday" ou a visit te his home at this
Will Ervin, who has been visitiug his
parents iu Columbia for the past week or
ten days, left here for Philadelphia this
morning. Mr. Ervin is employed iu the
signal department of the Pennsylvania rail
road. The Shawnee rolling mill, beginning
with te-day, will run double turn. Since
resuming operations it has been running
single turns. One mere puddle luruace
has been lighted up, making the total
number new running eleven.
Rev. Gilbert Rakcstraw, of Cornwall,
officiated yesterday morning and cveuiug
in the M. E. church.
'Pi-ncirliiifrTlflnr Pnrirs. nf AmiVllIe. Pa..
preached yesterday in the United Brethren
church at Third aud Perry streets. Coni Ceni Coni
muuien services were held.
Ed. B. Eckman's company C. of the
Republican battalion received their equip
ments this morning.
Evening services in the Presbyterian
church cemincuccd yesterday at seven
A dense fog overhung the town this
morning, but towards nine o'clock was
pierced by the sun and in a short time
Mere than a score of excursion tickets
have been sold for the sesqui-ccntennial
of the city of Baltimore.
A GANC OF TRAMPS.
Tlielr Petty Thieving and Arrest.
Last night G. W. Schreycr s cellar was
broken into and a quantity of canned fruits
were stolen. This morning Mr. Schroyer's
orchard was invaded by a gang of tramps
who stele apples. Mr. Schroyer tele
graphed for police officers, aud a dctatch
nient was sent out te arrest the gang.
After a geed deal of trouble they succeed
ed in lodging fourteen of them hard look
ing cases in the lock-up. Twe ethers es
caped. One of them knocked down Mr.
Stene who resides en Harrisburg avenue,
and another almost tore the sleeve out of
Officer Killinger's coat.
Last evening as a party of three young
men, whose names are net given, were
driving en lteckland street, their horse
took fright, upset the wagon te which he
was hitihed, threw the occupants out au.il
ran some distance before helwas stepped,
breaking the top from the wagon, tearing
the curtains,'and otherwise damaging the
vehicle. The men and horse escaped "with
In Zion's Lutheran church last evening
at C o'clock Mr. F. Xeuderf was united
in "the holy bends of wedlock with Miss
Keller, daughter of Mr. Henry Keller, re
siding en Church streat. The knot was
tied in presence of a large company of
friends and acquaintances by Rev. F. P.
Mayscr, pastor of the church, and after
the ceremenv the wedding party returned
te the residence of the bride's father,
where the newly wedded pair held a recep
tion and the guests were royally enter
tained. Among the many elegant tokens
of esteem presented te the happy couple
was a handsome and costly silver pitcher,
th9 gift of the choir of Zion's church, of
which the bride was a member.
Tlieir Visit te Baltimore.
This afternoon Lancaster cemmandery
Ne. 13 Knights Templar, left this city in
the 2:10 tram accompanied by the City
cornet band, te take part in the sesqui
ccntennial ceremonies, at Baltimore, in
eluding a great street parade which will
take place te-morrow. Before taking the
cais the Sir Knights made a short street
parade. They numbered about 100 men,
and as usual presented a very fine appear
ance. At Columbia they will be joined by
a number of ether Knights and at Yerk by
a still larger number. They will return
Wednesdav evening at 0 o'clock.
Any di-cascet the Kiduej, Madder, Uiinary
Organs, Nervous System, or case et tame
Back, that cannot be cured by Day's Kidney
P.id, cannot be cured by any ether treatment
or remedy in existence. ell-lwdMW&F&w
Mothers, as a delightful sanitary measure,
always order the Cuiicura Medicinal Seap.
Catch a Tartar
and when c.iught scrub well with SOZODONT
Den't'sparc it. Bru-h for dear life. If you
destroy it. till the belter for you and your
teeth. It will destroy the health of the mouth,
It-, Iieaaty, and your sweet breath.
Malt BJtteiv, regulate, purify, strengthen
and nourish the maternal functions.
.; 'if. i x. .ve tj ces.
it liui:;es-dllc for ;i woman after a fitfthtu!
course or treatment with I.yrtia K. I'inkham's
Vegetable Compound te continue te sulTer
with a weakness et the uterus. Knclose a
stump te Mr.-. I.ydia E. I'iukhaui, 233 Western
avenue. I.ynn, Masd.,tfer pamphlet?.
"1 was dragged down wr jl)t, poverty and
sullcrint: ler year, caused lrm'lck family ami
large bills for doctoring, which did them no
goe.l. 1 was completely discouraged, until
one year a'-je, by the advice of my pastor, I
procured Hep Hitters and commenced their
ue, and in one month we were all well, and
none el us have seen a sick day since, and 1
want te say te all peer iuen,yeu can keep your
families well a year with Hep Bitters ler less
than one doctor's vi-it will eest. A Working
statistics prove mat iwenty-nve percent
or the deaths in our larger cities are caused by
consumption, and when we reflect that this
terrible ilisca&is in lis weit stage will yield te
abotileefl.ocher's Jtenewned Cough Syrup,
shall wu condemn thcsu'lerers ler their ncgll
gence, or pity them for their Ignorance? Xe
OEast King street.
"Since taking 'Hr. I.iniNey's Weed Search
er' that old sere of mine is entirely cured.
Sold by all druggists.
The l-'ricnd or Jlelicute Ladies.
Warner's Safe Kidnev and Liver Cure Is the
reined v that will euie the many diseases pc
culiar te women. Headaches, neuralgia, dis
ordered nerves, weakness, mental shocks, nnd
kindred ailments are effectually removed by
its use. The Mether's Magazine.
" iron n'x Itrnnehial Troches'' are used with
advantage te alleviate Coughs, Sere Threat,
Ilear.-enes-) and Bronchial Affections. Fer
thirty ycais tiie-e Troches have been in use,
Willi annually increasing favor. They are net
new an-1 untried, but, having been tested by
wide and constant use for nearly an entire
gcnci-atieu, they have attained weli-incrited
rank anions the few.staplc lemediesef theatfO.
' lirew.i'.i Jlrenehial Troches"' act directly
en the organs etthe voice. They have an ex ex
Ir.ierdinniy ctlVct in all disorders of the Tlireat
and Larynx, restoring a healthy tone when re
laxed, either liem ce'il or ever-exertion of the
voice, and produce a clcnrand distinct enunci
ation. Speakers ami Singers lind the Troches
ACnugb.CeM, Catarrh ei Sere Threat re
quires ininiedi.ite attention, as neglect olten elten
tlines results in some incurable Lung Disease.
Jlrewn's Jtreiiehifd Troches" will almost In
variably give relief. Imitations are offered for
-u!c, many et which are injurious. The genu
ine " TSreicn''s., Jlrenehial Troches'' are sold
only in ecj. i.mir-lyd&wTn,Th&S
Try Lecker's Ueisewneu Cough Syrup.
Their IJigUts and Duties by Law.
I have sun'eicd from a kidney difficulty for
the past ten years, neeempamcu with nervous
siMsms 'Physicians gave me but temporary
relief, but utter using tlnee and enc-hulf bot
tles of Warner's Sale Kidney and Liver Cure,
my nervous spasms were entirety relieved. My
age is T7 years, h recommend this great rem.
cdy te all suffering from nervous tieubles.
' MUS. MAIS YHKESE.
".J. F. Davis, of Portsmouth, Ohie, bold in ene
year lem'tcui thousand boxes of "Sellers'
Liver Pills' Try them.
Help te Mothers Nursing Infants.
It is a conceded fact that mothers who have
the care anxiety ami draught of nursing In
iants a:e weak and need the aid el some
strengthening tonic te make up the nourish
ment required ler the growth or the child.
Ale, porter and lager beer Iiave eltcn been re
commended. Of late, since physicians have
become aware that the Pert Grape Wine pro
duced by Allied Speer, of Passaic. X. J., is
strictly pure, they have prescribed it instead
of ale and porter. This wine is principally
sought for by mothers who have nursing in
fants at the breast, us the best nupplylng medi
cinctobeleund. The wine is richinbedy anil
net intoxicating, but gently stimulating
Druggists generally keep it. Enquirer.
This viws is endorsed by Drs. Atice and
Davis, and sold by H. K. Slaymaker.
The name 01 WILLIAM McCOMSEY, of the
First ward, will be presented te the Demo Deme
cralic electors et Lancaster at their primary
elections te nominate 11 candidate for As
sembly, under Democratic rules.
ELIMG. SXYDER, of the Xintll ward, wil
be a candidate for the Democratic nomination
lethcLegislaturc from Lancaster City. Sub
fect te Democratic rule. td
The member of the Hancock Legien who
desire te attend the mass meeting at Quarry
ville en Tuesday, Oct. 12, as an Cbcert te the
speakers en that occasion, are requested te
hand in their names te any of the undersign
ed commute net later than Monday evening,
Oct. 11. Pare for the round trip C3c. ; includ
ing lunch, neon and evening, SLOO. Tickets
can be procured fro:n any of the committee,
PhKip Bernard, Chas. F. Rcngicr, II. It. Mc
Conomy, Wm. T. .iellerics.W. U. Hensel, Com
mittee, There will be an adjourned meeting
of the Legien en Monday evening at the Cen
Company A Eighth Ward,
Ce. A, of the Eighth ward Hancock club, will
meet for drill at Mrs. Dield's saloon, High
street en Tuesday evening at 7J o'clock.
en Monday, October 11. Speakers: Jehn W.
Ferney, J. Luther Kingwalt, E. McCaa, J. L.
Steinmetz, B. F. Davis, W. U. ncnscl and Wm.
Tuesday, October li Speakers: J.W.Ferney,
J. Luther Kingwalt, Cel. Jehn Ritchie. E. Mc
Caa ad ethers.
We have ju8t placed en exhibition an iaveica of OIL PAINT
INGS of varied subjects and rare merit. Among them -vTill be
found a number of Original Game Panel Pieces by Meucci. Origi
nals and Copies by Castagnola and ether Artists; Figure, Fruit
end Bird Pieces, Neapolitan Character Studies, &c., &c.
The public are cordially invited te call at our store and in
H. Z. RHOADS Sc BRO., Jewelers,
Ne. 4 We3t King Street.
en Tuesday evening, Oct. 12. Speakers: Jehu
W. Ferney, J. Luther Kingwalt, Gen. II. Kyd
Douglas and ethers.
Wednesday afternoon, Oct. 13. Speakers:
non. Jehn W. Ferney, J. Luther Kingwalt,
Colonel Jehn Ritchie, K. McCaa, of Alabama,
Gen. II. Kyd Douglas, Wm. H. Keland, Wm. B.
Given antl ethers.
Wednesday evening, October 13.
Hen J. W. Ferney, W. U. Hensel.
Millport, East Lampeter Twp.
Thursday evening, October 14. Speakers :
F. Davis. J. L. Steinmetz, E. D. Xprth, W.
Hensel, J. A. Ceyle.
Thursday evening, Oct. li. Speakers: D. Mc
Mullen, It. B. Kisk, Jehn L. .Tacebs.Capt. H. II.
Vriii-iir v-niii" October 15. Sneakers Hen. D.
Ernicntreut, of Heading;
McMulIcn, W. II. Keland, J.
Fridav evening. OctOlier 15.
It. Wilsen, D.
Garman, II. X
Speakers: E. Mc
p.m k. li. Wiesriuul. B. F. Davis. W. U
Saturday evening, October 10. Speakers : W.
U. Hensel, D. McMullen.
Ch. Offleman's hotel, Saturday afternoon and
evening, October 10. Speakers: Hen. J. L.
Steinmetz. E. D. Xertli, K.B. Kisk.
Saturday evening, Octebjf ll. E. McCaa, B
F. Davie, W. II. Keland, Jfen A. Ceyle.
Saturday afternoon and evening, October 23.
Sneakers: W. . Wilsen, .i. wnns uianu, i.
F.Davis, F. P.Schfcll, .1. P. Dampman, J.
Seulc SM1H.TZ. On the 7tli et Oetener, lteu,
at the Presbyterian parsonage, by the Uev. .1.
Y. Mitchell, D. D., Rev. J. B. Seulc te Mrs. K.
Smeltz, all of Lancaster city. Pa.
HcFFAim Mtlix. On the Dili et Oetebcr,
18S0, bv the Rev. W. T. Gerhard, at his res -ilencc'Xe.
31 East Orange street, Jehn Huffard,
of West Earl, te Mary Mylin, Xew Danville.
Kiuck Lctz. On October 10, 1830, by the
Iter. W. T. Gerhard, at his resilience, Jacob S.
Krick, of Upper Leacock, te Sarah E. Lntz. et
Kaittz. In Philadelphia, en Friday, October
8, Mrs. Mary Kautz, wife of Bcnj. C. Kautz.
Funeral from the Moravian church, at 11
o'clock te-morrow morning. ltd
Democratic Count' Committee
The Democratic County Committee will
meet at the Central Headquarters in this city
011 MOXDAY, OCTOBER 25, at 10 a.m. Im
portant business. Every member is expected
te be present.
W. II. Grieii, i
D. McMcllkx, Secretaries
B. S. Patteksex, )
HKLP WANTED TWO 0K 'fuller.
Females from 25 te 35 yean of age, ler a
hotel in the country ; geed wages paid. Ref
erence required. Apply at this etlice at 11
o'clock te-morrow morning. ltd
JLi On Saturday, from Prince and Chestnut
te Vine and St. Mary's Orphan Asylum, a Hair
Ear Ring, mounted with geld. The tinder will
be rewarded by leaving it at D. A. ALTICIv &
S OX' .Carriage Factory, liand 41 Wct Orange
vrexicis. , ,
lN In the Court of Common Pleas for the
County Of Lancaster :
Xetice is hereby given that an Application
will be made te said Court en MOXDAi, OC
TOBER '25, 18S0, at 10 o'clock, a. in., ler the ap
proval of a certain Amendment te the Charter
of the Woodward Hill Cemetery of the City of
Lnnenstcr. as set forth in the Petition for the
allowance et ald amendment filed in said
Court. A: J. EBERLI.
ect I,".,10 Solicitor.
Fer geed, clean Family and nil ether kind
of COAL go te
RUSSEL & SHULrMTER'S.
Quality and Weight guaranteed. Orders re
OFFICE: 28 East King Street. YARD:
618 North Prince Street.
100 Tens et Rags Wanted,
Fer which the highest price will be paid.
2K CENTS PER POUND FOR GOOD MIXED
BAGS. $. CENTS PER POUND FOR
The highest price paid for Woolens, Old
Paper, Beeks, Ac Teh Rag Assertcrs want ed,
te whom the highest price will be paid.
JOHN A. SHQBER,
Cor. North Queen and Orange Streets,
jrO-tfdRl l,an caster. Pa
. On MOXDAY, OCTOBER 11, 180, will be
sold at the Leepard Hetel. East King street,
that valuable three-story BRICK DWELLING
nnd let et ground, bltuatcd en the cast side of
Xertli Lime street Xe. 307. The house contains
hall, parlor, dining room and kitchen en llrst
fleer, five, rooms en second fleer, nnd 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-
Crevements, such as gas, het and cold water
ath and water deseta aud furnace in the
ccller 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. 111., of said
day, when conditions or wile will be made
known by C. A. REECL,
II. SnuuERT. Auct. cct2-8tdR
4 TTJSNTION, HANCOCK LEOION!
The members et the
and invited guests will please appear at Demo
cratic Headquarters, en
TUESDAY MORNING, OCT. 12,
(to-inerrow), at 9 o'clock, te escort
OOL. JOHN W. FORNEY
and speakers te Quarryville Democratic Meet
ing. The members will please appear in Dark
Clethes and White Hats. Jluslc will please be
prompt at 9 a. m.
CHAS. F. REXGIER, (
11. R. McCOXOMY, -Committee.
WM. T. JEFFERIES,
-W. U. HEXSEL, J
100 Carriages at Auction.
On TliwTHuav Heming, Oct. 21, 1880.
AT 11 O'CLOCK. AT
Ninth and Sansom Sts., Philadelphia,
Including a number of Elegant Drop-Frent
Fnaetens, aultable for Physician's use, built
by Huntington. Amesbnry, Mass., el First
diss Style nnd Finish. ltd
The Democratic voters et this city are re
quested te as3emble at their usual voting
places at primary elections en
WEDNESDAY EVENING, Oct. 13, 1880,
FROM 7 TO S O'CLOCK, J.nd make general
nominations for Assemblyman for tlic City
Legislative District, and te meet at the same
SATURDAY EVENING, Oct. 1G, 1880,
FROM C TO S O'CLOCK, and te vote for one
nominee Ter Assembly Hern said District,
W. V. HEXSEL,
Chairman Cumpalgn Committee.
Jxe. K. Metzekr, Sect.
Until XOVEMBEK 17, the two-story Brick
Heuse, with kitchen attached, Xe. 143 East
Vincstrcet, let extends te Church street. Ap
ples, Peaches, ami Grape Vine en let, water.
&c. Inquire at Xe. 120 Charlette street, Lan
caster, Pa. oct7-ced&novl7
1 A rural, one mile from the city of Lancas
ter, en the Petersburg turnpike, containing
about one hundred and live acres : thirty acres
of which is new in fall crops ; privilege te put
out two acres in teb ic-ce. Enquire at fe. 33
Xertli Duke street or en the premise. w
oct7-10tdced MRS. JOHX McGRAXX.
PUIILIC SALE OF KEAL ESTATK.
OnWEDXESDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1880, at
the Leepard Hetel, East King street, will be
sold a two-story BltXCK DWELL1XG. with
two-story Brick Back Building, containing
seven (7') rooms, with gas, situated at Xe. 20
Plum street. The let irents 17 feet 4 inches by
Gl ftct' ....
Sale te commence at 7 o'clock p. m , when
terms will be made known uy .,
S. Hess & Sex, Aucts. ect'M3td
EXECUTORS' SALE OF CITY PROP
ERTY. On FRIDAY. OCTOBER 15. 1SS9,
the undersigned executer, or Henry Stclger
walt, deceased, will expose te sale, at 7 o'clock
p.m., at the Leepard Hetel, East King street,
u Let or Piece et Ground, situated en the east
side of Seuth Queen street, in the citv of Lan
caster, Xe. yS5. Said let containing in front, en
said Seuth Queen street, 17 feet and 4 inches,
and extending in depth or that width eastward
te Strawberry street, whereon is erected a
geed two-stery-.-md-a-hair DRICIC DWELL
IXG HOUSE, with a two-story Back Building
attached, Hydrant. Fruit Trees, and ether im
Terms made known at time of sale by
MICHAEL F. STEIGERWALT.
WM. B. STEIGERWALT,
Executers of Henry Steigerwalt, dec d.
IlExnvSuunEnT, Auct. j-eI,7,11,I2,1S,11
-VrALUAKLE RKAL ESTATE AT PKI-
V VATE SALE. is offered at private sale
all 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 woe'ts, being the well
known Picnic Grounds, en which are erected
a large Twe-story slate-reef BRICK DV ELL
IXG. with a Twe-story slate-reef Brick Back
Building, and a large and commodious Bam,
new Tobacco Shed, Heg Sty. Cern Crib, anil
ether outbuildings. Alse contains a thriving
young Apple Orchard and a large spring et
never-tailing water. The farm latnl is lertilc,
well-watered aud especially adapted te raising
tobacco, and the weeds has long been a popu
lar picnic greand, with a large dancing plat-
,..... ..'. !.-. 1...,, !,..! !. llfiiir .ilMltO(l
within a. mile of Lancaster citv limits, it is
easy el access te markets, stores, etc. ler
terms applyRte CATnAUIVE TRISSLEK.
ISO East King street, Lancaster, Pa.
On WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 13, lJs-e. in
pursuance of an alias order of the Orphans'
Court of Lancaster county, the undersigned
administrator with the will annexed of Joan Jean
na Barry, deceased, will sell at public sale at
the Leepard hotel, East Ling street, in the
city et" Lancaster, the following described
property, viz : All that certain two-story anil
attic BRICK DWELLIXG HOUSE aid ether
buildings and Let or Piece or Ground belong
ing thereto, situated in the Xertli side or East
King street, iu the city or Lancaster, being Xe.
313. containing In frontal feet, mere or less
and extending in depth northward 2lefeU.
mere or less, te a 11 feetw ide public alley, and
having a front of said alley et 23 feet, mere or
less, with a geed Brick Stable.
Terms : Purchase money te be paid cash en
the 1st day et April, A. D. 1SSI. .
Sale te commence at 7 o'clock, p. 111.. of siuil
day when attendance will be given and terms
made known by. ,-
llETtnv SnccSKT, Administrator, C. T. A.
On MOXDAY, OCT. 23. 1S:0, will be sold
at the Cooper Heuse, West King street, the
following valuable real estate :
Xe. 1, Atwo-stery BRICK DWELLIXG, sit
uated en the south side of West Orange sticet,
Xe. 114, containing hall and seven rooms, gas
in the heuc and hydrant in the yard, house
fronts en Orange street 18 leet 9 inches, mere
or less, let extending in depth 75 feet 5 inches,
mere or less te a 3 leet 7 inch wide common
alley, with sewerage. This property has just
been newly fitted up.
Xe.2. A two-story 15KICK DWELLIXG and
two-story Brick Back Building, situated en
the cast side of North Mary street. Ne. 27,
house IS by 23 feet, back building 12 fee' 4
inches in width, and 111 depth IS feet, contain
ing hall and seven rooms gas in the house and
hydrant in the yard; also a side yard 27 feet
front and in depth 102 icct, mero cr less, a
frontage of 43 leet, including the house ; a let
of choice fruit trees and the best of grapes ;
stabling en the rear of let, 20x13 feet.
Xe. 3, Five Buildlnj Lets 22 by 215 feet, situ
ntcd en the north side of New street, between
Lime and Shippcn streets.
Sale te commence at 7 e clock p.m., of said
day. when conditions will be made known by
II. SiiLBEnx, Auct. e'j-tsd
TXECUrORS' SALE Of CITY PROP-
JCj EUTIES. The undersigned executers of
Michael Malene, deceased, will expose te sale
en THURSDAY, the 11th day el OCTOBER, at
7 o'clock p. m., at the Cadwcll Heuse, the fel
lowing Real Estate, viz :
Xe. 1. A Let et Ground en the X. E. comer
of Orange and Shippcn streets, withatrontage
of 4UK leet, mere or less, en Orange street, and
along Shippcn street northward 213 feet te n
public allev, en which is erected a commodi
ous and well built Mansion, Xe. 301, two-stories
high with two-story back building, all in geed
repair; also en rear of let a two-story brick
stable aud ether improvements.
Xe. 2. A Piece et Ground en North Lime
street, west side, between Orange aifChestnut
streets, containing in lrent en Lime street 37
feet, mere or less, and in depth westward 04
lcet4JI inches, en which is erected a two-story
Brick dwelling, Xe. 123, with its Improvements.
Xe. 3. A Piece of Ground-en south side et
East Chestnut street, near Duke, containing
in front 21 leet and extending in depth south
ward US 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.
JAMES M. BURKE,
Executers of Michael Malene, dee'd
Heset Shtesbx. Auct.
MONDAY EVENING, OCT. 11, I88O.
A DAY OF DISASTER.
SEVERAL KA1LR0 VI) ACCIDENTS.
FIRES AND OTHER CASUALTIES
A Gorgeous Celebration.
ACROSS THE BRINE.
CUXCEKX1XU Tilt: TUKKISU TROUBLES.
The History of a Day.
PERILS OF THE RAIL.
Several Persons Killed In Illinois.
Chicago, Oct. 11, A gravel train in the
Chicago, Milnaukie & St. Paul railroad,
ran into a dreve of cows near Stillman
Valley, 111., j-esterday afternoon, ditching
ten cars and killing several men. Jehn
Ryan, a section man, was killed outright.
The killed and wounded number 13. Three
of the train hauds arc reported killed.
Many of the wounded were boys living iu
the neighborhood who were having sport
en the train while it was switching.
Anether Fatal Railroad Accident at Spruce
IIuxtingdex, Pa., Oct. 11. Jehn Car Car
seu and his son. together with anotheijbey
named Benner, of Spruce creek, attempted
te walk through Spruce creek tunnel yes
tciday, but were run ever by the second
section of the Pacific express cast aud were
all instantly kiiled. Ne cause is assigned
for the accident. Travel en the read was
Fatal Accident en the New Yerk L.
New Yerk, Oct. 11. Early this morn
ing a train going down town ou the Second
avenue elevated read ran into the rear of
the preceding train and killed the engineer
Edward Cooper. The cngine and three
cars were badly smashed.
THE OLD WORLD.
Reported Evacuation or Dulcigne.
Paris, Oct. 11. It was rumored outlie
Course that the Turks have already evacu
ated Dulcigne, and that the Montenegrins
have .t'uupicd that place.
The Unspeakable Turk.
Londen, Oct. 11. A despatch from St.
Petersburg says : A fanatic Turk savager
ly assaulted the Italian consul general at
Smyna. He was arrested.
Auspicious Opening or the MonumenlalCUy
Baltimore, Oct. 11. Baltimore te-day
commenced the celebration of the founda
tion of the citv a century aud a half age.
The sun rose iu a cloudless
the haze of an Indian summer
pcring its rays, and in every
the weather was most auspicious
sunrise one hundred guns were fired by a
man of Avar in harbor. The city in every
direction is swathed in bunting and the
streets are jammed with people, stretching
out for miles.
Fire in Chicago.
CniCAOO, Oct. 11. A fire this
neon destroyed the building
the southwest corner of Franklin
and Van Burcn streets, occupied by
various parties as a manufactory of
doers, sash, blinds, etc., and also a small
frame building adjoining. Less en the
building, 7,000, fully insured. Less en
Washington, I). C, Oct. 11. Fur
Sew England and the Middle states,
warmer southeast te southwest winds,
with clear or fair weather and stationary
or slowly falling barometer.
Death or a Fermer Philadelphia Oflicial.
Philadelphia, Oct. 11. James Givin,
ex-recorder of this city, died of consump
tion this morning at his residence in Pcm
lyn, Montgomery county.
A'i' If A If VElt TISE3IEXTS.
Strayed away liem the Lancaster Drevo
Yards en last Friday, a small Aldcrney Cew
Tv.iinw unil white lir.Lss knob en one horn. A
suitable rewanl will be paid for her return te
the undersigned. ...,. . ,
ltd . JAMES STEWART.
WANTF.D A GIRL TO DO OENKKAL
housework. Geed wages will be paid te
a geed girl. Apply at
"itf 412 SOUTH QUEEN" STiSEET.
A MEETING Of THIS STOCKHOLDERS
or the Lancaster and Fruitville Turnpike
ICead Company will be held en MONDAY,
NOVEMBER 1,1880, at the Office ei the Secre
tary, 61 North Duke street, Lancaster, Pa., be
tween the hours of 2 and 4 p. m., ler the elec
tion oletliccrs ler the eMuinsycar
1. CAJfcl r.i 1 Jjlt
1 AS FITTING AND rLUMBING.
JOHN P. SCHAUM,
Ne. 27 SOUTH QUEEN STREET,
PLUMBER, GAS AND STEAM FITTER.
A Large Assortment of
Constantly en haud.
Only Vegetable Compound that
acts directly upon the Liver, and
cures Liver Complaints, Jaun
dice, Biliousness, Malaria, Cos Ces
tiveness, Headache. It assists di
gestion, strengthens the system,
regulates the bowels, purifies the
bleed. A Boek sent free. Dr.
S ANPORD, 162 Broadway, N. Y.
Fer "jalc by all Druggist'.
' . oll-lyced.r:coww
Philadbltbia, Oct. 11. Fleur strong, tend
ing upward ; superflue (3 003 SO ; extra 13 730
i 23 ; Ohie and Indiana family $3 2i6 00 :
Penn'a family de 3005 SO : St. Leuis family
at f8 OOftti 50; Minnesota family S3 2536 00:
Straight $0g6 ?3 ; p.iteut and high grades 17 00
Rye flour at $3 23.
Wheat excited and higher: Ne. 2 Western
Red S11S1184; Pa. Red 1 138113; Amber
Cern lusher ; steamer, 31c ; yellow at 35 Jc:
Oats firm; Xe. 1. White 42c : No.2de40K
c ; Ne. 3 de 39J40c; Ne. 2. Mixed 3fc.
Rye Ann at 93c.
Previsions In fair Jobbing trade: tnes
perk $1C SO; beef hams fits sag 17 00; In
dian mess beet at 1S 30 : smoked hams 11K
12c; pickled hams $4&fyic : bacon ameked
shoulders 6&,'c ; sidt de 5c.
Lard market firm ; city kettle at 999c ;
loose butchers' sic : prime steam $S 75.
Butter Choice in fair denwd ether
Sradet are dull; Creamery ""WOa at 3Ve:
e geed te choice 2729c: Bradford
ceuntyandXew Yerk extra. 2623c; Western
reserve extra 2223e ; de geed te choice 162c :
Rolls quiet; Penn'a extra 2023; Western re
serve extra 223c.
Eggs firm; Peun'.i Extra 22c; Western
Chcese dull, but steady; Xew Yerk full
cream 13KS14c ; Western full cream 13313UC :
de fair te geed 12312$c; de half skims 10$
Petroleum Jlrm but net offering ; refined
Whisky scarce at $1 12.
New x'erk Market.
Nkw reiuc. Oct. 11. Fleur State and West
ern rules very firm and in fairly- active
demand ; Supcrline, SlttMjM 10 ; extra de $4 25
34 40; choice, de, $4 5094 73: fancy de.
H SOgGOO: round hoop Ohie ft S34 95: choice
de $50036 00; superfine western J340gi 10;
common te geed extra de $4231?! ): choice
de de $4 C3gG 50 ; choice white wheat de W ffi
rjl 83; Southern prices advancing ; com
mon te rair extra J.i OOfie 50 ; geed te choice
Wheat excited, reverish and unsettled, open
ing llCc better : afterward advance nearly
all lest ;"X e."l White, Oct., $!17J1W: Ne. 2
i:edOct.$117KH7:de Nev. l 171 19&
de Dec 1 18'J$1 -iOii ; de June $1 20-AI.
Cern cash about 1c better : futures without
decided change: -Mixed western spet,.Vrjf
5'je : de future. .uJ'Vyic
Oats firm: State 40He; Western. 33314c.
Philadelphia. October 11. Cattle market
fair: sales 3.400 head. Prime 3Jii5Jc:
geed 4JSSc; medium 4',(l7e ; common 3
MIKc ; mixed 2M$3Jc.
Sheep market active: receipts 10,000 head.
Prime SgSJic; geed 4?g."c: medium 4
JJ.Jc ; common lc ; culls 3c ; lambs i)4a
6kc ; stock ewes $2 75JJ3 23.
flogs Market lnederatelyactlve : receipt el
7,000 head ; extra. 7iSc ; lair 7Ie.
XKW YOIIK SXOCKB.
itecks active and strong.
A. V. A. M. r. M.
HUM 1:20 h30
KrieK.lt 3iVi V,0'!i ....
Michigan S. & L.S....10S5.', 10j ...'.
Michigan Cent. i:. IS.. 'JVA
Chicago X. W KSl 1(S! ....
Chicago, M ft St. P... t2Ja 02ft ....
Hail. & St. .1. Cem .'!7t
" " P'ld.... SOM SI
Teledo ft Wabash.... Sli'4
Ohie ft Mississippi 33-.;
St. Leuis, I. M.&S. IS.. 40 4! ....
Ontario and Western. 21 I 2li ....
C. C. ft I. C. It. K 17At 17J.H ....
Xew Jersey Central.. 73
Del. ft Hudsen Canal. 8ii bIJi ....
Del., mck. ft Western iW .... --
Western Union Tel... OS 'Mi. -
Pacilic Mail S. S. Ce.. 41
Manhattan Elevated. 35
Itilrm L'acitlc W
. si. r. M
.. ... 0374
It O Z4 . . .
Il . ...
1.1 . ...
Kansas A Texas 33
Xew Yerk Central
Cleveland ft Pitts
Chicago ft Beck I
Pittsburgh ft Ft. W
American U. Tel. Ce
Pennsylvania IS, It.... 58
FhiPa.ft Iteading..... 15
Lehigh Valley ny -.
Lehigh Navigation... 33, JJ3
Northern Pueluc Cem 'ili '
" P'd . 51
Pitts.. Titusv'c ft li.... Wsi
Northern Central :-7
Phil'aft Krie It. It.... 15
Xerthern Penn'a 4S
IT11 li it's of X. J
Hestenville Pass l'J'$ 19
Central Trans. Ce.
Lecal Stocks and Uemls.
LancXity C.per ct.L0.111, dac lsse.. . $ 1J $100.25
" 1N"." 100 111
. " l.VJO... 100 11S.75
' 1B95... 100 120
" 5 per ct. in 1 or SO years.. 100 105
Lane. und uarry v'u IS. K.bend.... 100 103 ,
" " stock 60 kjjj
Lancaster and Ephrata turnpike... 25 f7.2;.
LancEiiznbctht'n anilMiddlct'n.. 100 51
Lancaster and Finitville turnpike, CO, j1
Lancaster and Lititz turnpike 25, AG
Lancaster and Maner turnpike 50 82
Lancaster and Manlieiin turnpike. 3 30.49
Lancaster and Marietta turnpike. 25 25
Lane, and New Helland turnpike.. 100 b5
Lane, and Strusbtirg turnpike 25 20
Lane. andSumiuehaiina turnpike.. 3uu 23.
Lane, and Willow Street, turnpike. 25 40.L
Farmers Nat. Hank of Lancaster... , 50 100
First Nat. Hunk or Lancaster 100 15b
Lancaster County Nat. Bank 50 102.10
Inquirer Printing Ce 50 27
LuncGiw Light and Fuel Ce. stock. i ..
" " bend. ine
RILLIANT DRAMATIC EVENT.
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 14th.
MK.JenXD.MISIILElt has the honor of
presenting Bartlcy Campbell's greatest trl
iiiiipn, ai produced ever loe nights !nt season
in Xew Yerk.
THE GALLEY SLAVE
will be interpreted by oueef the bestdramntic
companies that lias ever appeared Lancaster,
Ineliidiiit.' UISSUUSSIE DeKORISEST ,M'31K
MAJEROXI. F1SAXK KVAXS. .1. J. sLLLI
VAX. JUXIBS BltUTUS BOOTH. TIIOS. H.
BURNS nnd NELLIE BARBOUR. Will posi
tively be prc-eiitei! with splendid sicnle
views et VENICE. ROME. MARSEILLES,
PARIS. X advance In prices.
35, SO and 72c.
Diagram at Y'ckcr's Oltiee. eO-'itd
WAMTKD.KVKK'VKOO TO ADVJSK
tise, fnc of charge, in the Intelliebw
CKR. who wants something te de.
WANTED. THE INOUIKKK PRINTING
und Publishing Company want a few in
telligent boys te learn the printing business.
Inquire either in pen-en or by letter, ut their
office 53 and 55 North Queen btreet, Lancaster.
la eet 7-3tdeew&2tw
OmcEOF the MAnev Mntr.ii. Life Asse-
C1ATIOS OF SELlX3GKOVK, PA.
WANTKD-GOOD, ACTIVK, KESPONSI
ble Agents in each township of the
county et Laneater. Anply in hand writing
of Applicant te the " ""uMMEL. Sec'v. '
Sclinpgreve, Snyder county. Pa.. September
MISS DAVIS, , , ,
Teacher of French in St, .Tames Scheel,
pupil of the l'EXSIOX TRIBOU. Paris, will
receive a few private pupils. Fer terms apply
frg?2Ul C .'l-UXORTH DUKE STREET.
MAGNKTIC TOOTHACHE CUICK.
Cures almost inhtamlvwitheut injury te
the teeth or BLvti STORE,
21 West Chestnut Street.
23 cents per bottle. eMw rt
LKGANT GRAY GKAlXi5 3IU.-HU-
m fnts nt
aW LITRE'S MARBLE WORKS.
Xe. 25 Seuth Queen Street.
Prices very low. e6-2td W&S&It w
The annunl mtetin;t et the stockholders
of the Lancaster and Williamstown Turnpike
i,ii fwnn:inv for tlie nurnesc el electing
efflcers for the ensuing year, will be held at
J. M. LONG, Sect.
pOTO BINOTTALT'S TOK
H0N0NGAHELA PUItE BITE.
Alse OAKDALE PURE RYE WHISKY, 35 per
cent. Alcohol, and the.invigerating Tonic Ifair
Llqnult and the
Best Sugar's, Coffees, Teas, &&y
AH at Xe. 2"53 WEST KING STREET.
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