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LAKCASTEtt vAlLZ 'iKTEtllfciENCER FRIDAY OCTOBER 15, 1880
retary Edw. S. Wagener, of Mechanics
Mr. Wagener sympathized with the au
dience in the disappointment they must feel
at the absence of Mr. Wanamaker, and
asked their indulgence for his own short
comings. He said that although his name J
commenced with a W and ended witu an
It he was by no means a Wanamaker ; he
would, however, de the best he could.
The question was asked "what warrant
is there for the Sunday school work ?" and
the answer is that in all the ages, w i s
ever there have been great revivals
of religion they have been brought
about by the religious education
of children. The training of children
in holiness is as old as the Bible itself. The
lecturer called attention te the lives of
Abraham.Jaceb, Daniel, Moses, David.aud
ether patriarchs and prophets, and quoted
many passages of the Old and New Testa
ment, te prove his position. He then read,
a very interesting report of the establish
ment and progress of Sunday schools in
Europe and America, paying high honor te
Ludwig Packer, who established the
school at Ephiata, this county in 1747 and
te Raikcsand Gilbert of Engjand,and Vin
cent of this country, for their eminent ser
vices in furthering and systematizing Sun
day school work. He then gave a histori
cal sketch of the introduction of the inter
national series of uniform lessens, and
awarded all honor te B. F. Jenkins, Rev.
Dr. Jehn B. Vincent and Rev. Dr. Edward
Egglcsten for saving the system at a criti
cal moment when it came se nearly being
The thanks of the convention we voted
te Mr. Wagener for his interesting ad
dress. A hymn was sung, and then President
Whitney made a few remarks, comparing
the convention te the miraculous tease.
We had had the five leaves and two small
fishes and had been abundantly fed. We
must new gather up the fragments, that
nothing may be wasted. The work of the
convention was about finished, a collection
would be taken up, the supplementary re
port of the committee en resolutions would
be read, and then some of the brethren
would be called upon te make brief
The committee en resolutions reported a
biiefseiies, thanking the several railroad
companies that had favored delegates te
the convention by a reduction of fare, the
pastor and trustees of the Presbyterian
church, for use of the chuich ; the local
committees for the efficiency with which
they had done their work ; the local press
for publishing full and accurate reports of
the proceedings of the convention ; and
the people of Lancaster for the hearty and
bounteous entertainment given te the
Brief speeches were then made by Revs.
Weed-stock, Fleck and Shunian, Messrs.
Mayer and Xettleteu, Rev. R. W. Huf Huf
fenl and President Whitney.
The executive committee announced
that .1. R. Whitney, Edw. S. Wagener,
W. L. Woodcock and E. Payson Perter
had been appointed a sub-cemmittc te
."-elect delegates te the Terente interna
Tiie doxology was sung, a benediction
was pronounced by Rev. Huflbrd, and the
convention adjourned nine. die.
OUR REGULAR CORRESPONDENCE
A stated meeting of the Columbia
school beard was held last evening in the
Shech library room of the Cherry street
public school building. The members were
all present with the exception of Messrs.
Given, McCullough, Wike and Seurbeer.
President Myers was in the chair. The
finance committee presented the following
J. 1. stamuii, balance of tuition ler
I. I'. Stuuuui, two meets tuition for
Mr-. Mi'Utngcr, two mouths, tuition
.!. W. htctey, llircc months' tuition for
.1. C. blencr. lialuucc of tuition for
J. C. Stencr, one month's tuition for
Ebcrly, lent te September 25
Iaekt.en, runt for October
J. ;. Ilw, tux collector, 1878
.1. G. lles, tux collector 1870
J. 15. Dunbar, tax collector 1880
. 1,484 00
. 1,010 31
Order-, paid since last icpert..
.balance in treasury
The rent committee reported rents all
paid. Billste the amount of 547.90 were
read and ordered te be paid.
On motion it was decided that children
net purchasing their necessary books shall
be'referred by the superintendent of the
schools te the xnesident of the school beard
and such children shall net be permitted te
attend .school until their books have been
The lloreugh Budget.
A revolver shot was fired as the Repub
I can precession passed one point last
evening, but whether the shot was fired by
a man in the precession or by a looker-en
is net positively known. Ne arrests have
The new steps for the Pennsylvania rail
road depot have arrived here, but have net
been put in place.
Mr. S. B. McCerklc who has been visit
ing here for the past few days, left at 12:25
te-day for Philadelphia where he is con
nected with the hardware establishment of
Buchlcr, Bonbright & Ce.
Captain D. Braiuard Case left here te-day
en a visit of a couple of days te Philadel
phia. Captdiu Fendcrsmith's Republican hel
met company will participate in the parade
at Wrightsvillc this evening. They have
chartered the steamboat.
The Republican battalion paraded its
full strength last evcuing te the music of
three bands and a drum corps. The Mount Meunt
villc club perticipatcd in the parade as the
guests of company Z, helmet company.
The route of rroccssieu was a long one
and many members of the several com
panies dropped out before completing the
distance. Many dwelling neuses were
handsomely illuminated aud a constant dis
charge of fireworks was kept up.
The Pennsylvania railroad pay car paid
us its monthly visit yesterday, and the
September pay of the employees at this
place was disbursed.
Jehn S. Given, of Dever, Del., is visit
ing friends in this place.
Rev. J. W. Dcsheng will preach at the
Bethel or the Church of Ged, at Mount
Jey, en Sunday morning and evening.
Te-day the gunners are out in force and
te-day rabbits and ether game may be
legally slaughtered. There is net much
game of any kind about here, but the
sporting mcu persist in sheeting at even
what little we have.
The recently macadamized streets have
been found te be detrimental te geed
There were a great number of strangers
in town last evening. The precession drew
We were yesterday shown a bass caught
in the river a short distance below the
dam, which weighed 2 pounds 3$ ounces.
Captain D. Brainard Case will make ap
plication en Monday next for a charter te
incorporate the Star cornet band of Wash
North Second street above Poplar has
been leveled aud in ether ways improved.
The weik is iust about finished.
Ladles' Tract Society.
The anniversary of the Ladies' tract soci
ety will be observed with the usual exercises
in the Moravian church en Sunday evening
next. The choir of the First Reformed
church will assist the Moravian choir in
the music,and the two choirs are requested
te meet at the Moravian church te-morrow
evening for practice.
A Colored Brether Badly Used.
Last evening the Third ward Republi
can club, te the number of forty or fifty
men and boys, rendezvoused at McMellen's
Exchange hotel te march te the Republi
can meeting at Neffsville. Steve Brown,
a colored member, had been premised the
honor of carrying the banner, and was en
hand te de se, when he found that Capt.
McMellen had given the job te some-,
body else. Brown was indignant and
followed McMellen, who was at the
head of the line, as far as Duke
and Frederick streets, reminding him
of his premise. Seme one pushed Steve
into the gutter and when he get up
and demanded an explanation of what he
meant by that " Pud " Stapleford struck
him. The two men at once clinched and
in the tussle both fell, Brown being en top
and te all appearances would have punish
ed his white brother severely had net
ethers interfered. Brown get up and con
tinuedte fellow McMellen, asserting his
right te carry the banner, when some
cowardly member of the club struck
him ever the head with a lighted
torch, cutting a deep gash iu Brown's
head, bursting the torch and covering him
with coal oil. Luckily for Brewii the oil
did net take lire or he would probably
have been burned te death. Steve had
better curb his ambition aud learn that the
only ubc the Republicans have for him is
te secure his vote, net te bestow upon him
any of the honors of the party.
AMTE AND ACT1VK.
Democratic Meeting at Spriugvllle.
The ad verse news from Indiana has net
dampened the spirits of Lancaster county
Democracy, as was shown abundantly by
the enthusiastic turnout at Springville last
night. Large delegations headed by brass
bands came marching lrem Jlaytewn,
Marietta, Mount Jey aud ether neighbor
ing towns and villages ; two Hancock
poles were raised ; an immense torchlight
precession took possession of the streets,
and from a thousand threats went up
inauy a wild and determined cheer for
Hancock aud Victory. After the parade
the meeting was organized, the following
President Jehn Miunich, of Mt. Jey.
Vice Presidents J. Heward Swartz,
Jehn Entcrlinc, Wm. Difl'cnbaugh, Manuel
Heffman, Martin HildebranJt, Jeseph Ha
bakcr, Samuel Greff, II. II. Bates, Abram
Kelp, Phil. Frank, Samuel Eckcrr, Ralph
Montgomery, D. Greve, Harry Safner, jr.,
Frederick Maulick, Henry Epplc, Jacob
Shrite, Jacob Loraw, Jehn B. Shelly, Levi
Heffman, Samuel Donevan, M. B. Stener,
II. H. Haines.
Secretaries Abram Sle.it, Harry Kelp,
Jes. Detwciler, J. C. Stambaugh, J. V.
Leng, Jehn Buhl.
The first speaker was D. McMulleu, who
reviewed at length and with great force the
issues of the campaign. He was followed
by Robt. B. Risk, who briefly spoke of i
local, state ami national politics, and by
Jehn L. Jacobs, of Maytewu, who thun
dered denunciations upon the hypocrisy
aud corruptions of the Republican party.
All the speakers were loudly and enthusi
astically applauded, and the ladies who
were out in force presented the "orators
of the day" with handsome bouquets.
All in all the meeting was a gratifying suc
cess aud indicates much for the November
Tlili Dcuelycrites ut Kplirata,
Fer some time past large bills have been
posted up announcing that a Republican
meeting would be held at Ephrata last
evening. Governer Heyt and a score of
ether speakers were announced te be there,
and the affair was te eclipse all previous
attempts. A special train of four cars was
run ever the Reading read from this city,
and when it left the upper depot there were
but two passengers en beaul. Governer
Heyt was net at the meeting. Speeches
were made by Gen. James A. Beaver aud
a few local roosters, but the whole thing
was exceedingly tame and many who went
were greatly disgusted. There were GOO
men in the parade.
During the evening thcDcmecratic mar
shal was shot at by one ei the RcpuV-S
lican marshals. Peter Kilhafner is clerk
at the Eagle hotel aud in trying te pacify
Joel Miller, who tried te pick a fight with
a drunken man, Kilhefler was shot at by
Miller only a few feet away, but unfortu
nately avoided the ball.
Large Meeting at Millpnrt.
Last evening a very large Democratic
meeting was held at Jehn Echternach's
Millport hotel, en the Strasburg pike. A
great many persons were present from
this city, including the Fourth ward club.
Clubs were also present from Strasburjr
and ether places and there was great en
thusiasm. Ringing speeches were made
by. B. F. Davis, E. D. North and Jehn A.
Ceyle, csqs., of this city.
The energetic landlord of the hotel, Mr.
Echternaclit, had a fine stand erected and
handsomely decorated and his house bril
liantly illuminated. The best of geed or
der prevailed all evening and the many Re
publicans present paid respectful heed te
the speakers and were addressed effectively
iu moderate and convincing speeches. The
Mt. Sidney cornet band inspired the occa
sion and Jes. Echternaclit presided.
FRIGHTFUL RAILROAD ACCIDENT.
An Aged Lady Instantly Killed.
This morning Mrs. Butler, an aged lady
residing at Scheck's mills, was instantly
killed by the cars near that station. She
was walking en the track when she was
struck by extra engine 929, which was at
tached te the pay train. She was the
mother of several grown children, one of
whom, a son, is a conductor en the Penn
Last night an attempt was made te set
fire te the carpenter shop of H. II. Iluber,
en Christian street. A tin bucket contain
ing lighted waste was thrown through one
of the windows. The noise made awaken
ed one of Mr. Huber's employees who was
sleeping in the shop, and he quickly ex
tinguished the "lire before anything
was burned. As seen as the waste was
thrown through the window the sound of
the footsteps of people running from the
building were heard.
A Naughty Artist.
Lewis Rcidcnbach, a young man living
in the eastern part of the city, is charged
with having painted a white man black
while the said white man was
lying asleep in the American house, and
also te have given his hat a coat of paint
of a color the owner did net appreciate
when he woke up and took a leek at it.
Mr. Rcidenbach will have te answer a com
plaint preferred against him before Alder
Died etHis Injuries.
Alexander Hall, colored, of Columbia,
who was employed at the steel works as
hed-carrier and fell from a scaffold te the
ground, a distance of twenty-five or thir
ty feet, breaking his back, about two
weeks age, died at the Harrisburg hospi
tal early yesterday morning. His remairis
were taken in charge by undertaker Spiccr,
and at 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon were
sent te Columbia for interment. Hall's
wife, who was in attendance since his ad
mission te the hospital, accompanied the
remains te Columbia.
Circus at Manehlui.
Manhciin is te have its first circus en
October 23, en which date the Inter-Ocean
Ehew will exhibit there.
The Sheeting Seasem.
Te-day gunning season opens and sports
men have the right te sheet rabbits, par
tridges and some ether varieties of game.
The boys all knew it, and make geed nse
of their knowledge. Eay this morning
scores of them afoot aud in wagons, with
dogs and guns and game bags, left the
city and are new scouring the county in
all directions for "Bunny" and "Beb
White. Ne doubt many a quail and cot
ton tail will bite the dust, but the festive
sportsmen must net forget that some guns
when aimed at duck and plover kick back
and knock their owners ever. Accom
panying the glowing reports of " immense
strings of birds" bagged, generally come
stories of arms and legs shattered and some
times lives lest. Guns are dangerous
playthings at all times, but especially when
tney are unleaded and uncapped and
don't you forget it.
Rev. C. B. Shultz has received and ac
cepted an appointment as one of the pas pas
teis of the Moravian church at Bethlehem,
te succeed Bishop Edmund de Schweinitz,
who has resigned the charge en account of
the engrossing nature of the duties con
nected with his office as president of the
Provincial Elders' conference. The Bethle
hem church is the most desirable charge
in the Moravian ministry, and Mr.
Shultz's selection for it is very compli
mentary te him. He surrenders the
church here at the close of the month and
will lcae with the universal regret of the
Malvern A. Fisher, aged 18 years, 5 feet
9 inches in height, and James S. Martin,
15 years of age, and 5 feet 1 inch in height,
ran away from their homes in Providence,
R. I., en the 8th inst., and have net since
been heard of. Fisher had iu his possession
a small riilc and it is supposed the
boys aie making their way West te
fight Indians in the approved dime novel
style. Our police have been notified te
keep a leek out for the bays.
Death of a Yeung Man.
Jehn Kirchncr, son of Geerge Kirchncr,
proprietor of the Eagle hotel, en East King
street, died yesterday at Carlisle. The
body will be brought te this city en the
0 o'clock train this evening. The funeral
will take place te-morrow afternoon at 2
o'clock, from the residence of the father
of the deceased young man. The inter
ment will be made at Zion's cemetery.
Deceased was about 5J0 years of age.
The Pennsylvania railroad pay car passed
through ycsteiday, and the employees
were paid off for the month.
."The bebt evidence et success is sueces,'
and that is why Prof. Uuilmcttc's French Kid
ney Fails have bud such an enormous sale, ler
it positively cures all diseases of the kidneys
and urinary organs..
Any dKeaseet the Kidncys.Bladder, Urinary
Organs, Nervous System, or case ei Lame
Back, that cannot be cured by Day's Kidney
lid, cannot be cured by any ether treatment
or remedy in existence. elMwdM W&F&w
Fickle in appetite, irresolute in mind, and
subject te melancholy, try Malt Bitters.
Catch a Tartar
and w lieu caught scrub well with SOZODOXT
Don't s-p.ire B. Bruh for dear life. If you
destroy it, all the better for you and your
teeth. It will destroy the health of the mouth,
its beauty, and your sweet breath.
Yeung ladies who delight in fair, fresh laces
use Cuticmn Medicinal Seap.
Democratic County Committee
The Demeciatic County Committee will
meet at the Central Headquarters in this city
en MONDAY", OCTOBER 25, at 10 n. m. Im Im
peit.iut buine -. Z cry member is expected
te be piesent.
W. U. HENSEL,
W. II. Gkiku, )
I). McMiilixx, i
15. S. PaTTEHSOX,
ELIM G. SNYDEB, of the Ninth ward, wil
be a candidate ler the Democratic nomination
te the Legislature lrem Lancaster City. Sub
feet te Democratic rules. til
Companies A and IS, of Hancock Veterans,
will meet ut Central headquarters Saturday
evening, at t o'clock, fully equipped, te re
ceive flag from the ladies of the Ninth ward.
The tegular stated meeting el the Ninth
ward Hancock and English club will be held
at their club room, eyer Arneld Haas's saloon,
North Queen "trect, en Friday evening at 7J
May ten n.
Saturday evening, October 10. Spcnkcis : W.
17. Henscl, D. MeMnllen.
Ch. OlHcman's hotel, Saturday uitcruoen and
evening, October 1G. Speakers: Hen. .1. L.
Steinmetz. K. D. North, B.B. Bisk.
Saturday evening, October 1(5. Gee. W. Barten
B. V. Davits W. II. Ueland. Jehn A. Ceylc.
Salmday afternoon and evening, October t.
Speakers: W. U. Wilsen, .1. Willis Bland, B.
F. Davl, F. l Schcll, .1. 1 Dampman, J. G.
Tuesday evening, October l'J. Speakers: B.
F. Davis, J. L. btcinnietz, D. McMullen, W. H.
Kelnnd, W. U. Ueutel
i:agle Hetel, Salisbury Township,
Thursday evening. Oct. 21 : Speakers : K. J.
Menaglian, K. B. Itisk, B. F. Montgomery,
Jehn II. Delliiven.
Thursday aftei neon and evening, October 21.
Gee. W. Barten, W. U. Hcnsel, B. F. Davis, B.
Friday alteruoen aud evening, October 22.
Hen. E. K. Apgar, Gee. W. Barten, Ezra D.
Parker, J. 1,. Stcinmet;:.
Friday evening, October 22. Speakers: Hen.
V.. K. Apgar and ethers.
Saturday, October 2J. J. A. Ceylc, K. B. Bisk,
IS. 1". Montgomery.
Tuesday, October 2S. Speakers : W. K. Wil Wil
eon, J. L. Steinmetz, J. A. Ceyle, H.X.Mehler.
Wednesday evening, October 27. Speaker:
Hen. S. J. Buudnll.
Wednesday, October 27,af teruoen and evening.
Thursday evening, October 2h.
Thursday evening. October 28. W. U. llensel,
C. F. Bee. B. 1 Davis. D. McMullen.
It is impossible ler a woman after a faithful
course of treatment with Lydla E. I'inkham's
Vegetable Compound te continue te suffer
with a weakness et the uterus. Enclose a
stamp te Mrs. Lydia E. Pinkbam, 233 Western
avenue. Lynn, Mass.,for pamphlets.
Istrnim Bleed, General Debility, Scrofula,
Erysipelas, Pimples, Carbuncles, Unhealing
Seres, and ether diseases demanding a treat
ment essentially Tonic, Absorbent, Alterative,
Bleed Cleansing, Bleed MakingandHealtkBc MakingandHealtkBc
steriug, yield readily te that most perfect and
elegant of medicinal preparations, Dr. Brown
ing's Tonic and Alterative. Price 50 cents and
fl. Fer sale by the proprietor, W. Champien
Browning, M. D., 1117 Arch street, Philadel
phia, and all Druggists and Dealers in Medl-1
' Constipation, sick headache, and bilieusnes
curedby "Sellers' Liver Pills" Try them. 25
cents per box.
Try locker's ftenewnccl Cough Syrup.
H. Z. RHOADS & BRO.
Call attention te the completeness and variety of their
stock, Including: every article of every description in their line,
from the low-priced te the costly. All grades of "Watches and
Time-keepers. All classes of Jewelry, including: very many
pretty designs in cheap goods, and a superb collection of fine
Diamond Goods. Silverware in full variety, from any geed
Electro-plated article te the Solid Silver Goods of great intrin
sic worth. Oil Paintings, Musical Bexes, Bronzes, &c, &c.
All purchasers of goods in our line, all persons contemplat
ing the purchase of such goods, all admirers of beautiful goods,
are respectfully invited te visit our store.
H. Z. RHOADS & BRO., Jewelers.
"JJrewn's Bronchial Troches" are used with
advantage te alleviate Coughs, Sere Threat,
Hoarseness and Bronchial Affections. Fer
thirty years these Troches have been iu use,
with annually increasing favor. 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 few staple remedies of the age.
".Breien' 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 when re
laxed, cither lrem cold or ever-exertion of the
voice, and produce a clear and distinct enunci
ation. Speakers and Singers And the Troches
A Cough, Celd, Catarrh ei Sere Threat re
quires immediate attention, as neglect often
times results in some incurable Lung Disease.
Brown's Bronchial Troches " will almost in-
varlaDly give relief. Imitations are offered for
sale, many et which are injurious. The genu
ine "Brown's Bronchial Troches" are sold
only in boxes. anl5-lyd&wTu,ThftS
A Wise Deacon.
" Deacon Wilder, I want you te tell me hew
you kept yourself and family se well the past
season, when all the rest of us have been sick
se much, and have had the doctors running te
us se long."
"Bre. Tayler, the answer Is very easy. I
used Hep Miners in time and kept my family
well and saved large doctor bills. Three dol
lars' worth et it kept us all well and able te
work all the time, and I will warrant it has
cost you and most of the neighbors one te two
hundred dollars apiece te keep sick the same
time. I guess you'll take my medicine here
after." See ether column. el5-2wd&w
AI ethers! Mothers!! mothers!!!
Are you .disturbed at night and broken el
your rest by a sick child suffering and crying
with the excruciating pain et eutting teeth?
It se, goat once and get a bottle of MIIS. WIXS
LOW'S SOOTHING SYKU1. It will relieve the
peer little sullcrer Immediately depend upon
it ; there is no mistake about it. T here is net a
mother en earth who has ever used it, v, he will
net tell you at once that-it will regulate the
bowels, and give rest te the mother, and relief
anil health te the child, operating like magic.
It is perfectly safe te use in all cases, and pleas
ant te the taste, and is the prescription et one
of the eldest and best female physicians and
nurses In the United States. Sold everywhere
25 cents a bottle. f U7-lydftwM.WS
" 'Dr. Lindsey's Bleed Searcher' cured my
son of erysipelas." Mrs. E. SmelUer, Lari
The remedy that will cure the many diseases
peculiar te women is Warner's Safe Kidney
and Liver Cure. Mether's Magazine.
Help te Mothers nursing Infants.
It is a conceded fact that mothers who have
the care, anxiety and draught et nursing in
lants, are weak and need the uid el sonic
strengthening tonic te make up tiie nourish
ment required ter 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 Alfred Speer, et 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, as the best supplying medi
clne te be found. The wine is rich in body and
net intoxicating, but gently stimulating
Druggists generally keep it. Enquirer.
This wine is endorsed by Drs. Atlce and
Davis, and sold by II. E. Slaymaker.
Staceter-Keeser. On the 14lh of October,
ISS0, by the Kev. W. T. Gerhard, at Smith A
Kudy's Leepard hotel. B. F. Stautlcr, of East
Earl', te Miss Sallie T. Keescr, et Salisbury
Sattler. In this city en the 13th inst., C.
The relatives and friends of the family are
respectfully invited te attend the lunerel from
his late residence. Ne. HO North Queen street,
en Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Inter
ment at the Lancaster cemetery. 2td
Miessb. In this city, en the 13th or October,
18S0, Daniel K. M!case, in the 73d year of his
The relatives and friends of the family are
respectfully Invited te attend the funeral,
from his late residence. Ne. 311 Seuth Prince
street, en Saturday afternoon, at 2 o'clock. In
terment at Woodward Hill cemetery. 2td
Kirchheb. In Carlisle, en the 14th inst.,Jehn
Kirclnier, aged 39 years.
The relatives and liicnds et the family arc
respectfully invited te attend the funeral,
from the residence of his parents, corner of
East King and Lime streets, to-nierow after
noon, at ?. o'clock. Interment at Zion ceme
tery. .YE If ADTEK1JSESIESTS.
DR. GREENE has successfully treated ever
1,000 of the most difficult chronic (se called) In
curable cases during a nine month's practice.
The most et them had been the rounds of the
leading physicians of Lancaster county.
DB. GREENE is ready at any time te meet a
committee et the Lancaster County Medical
Society at the Opera Heuse or elsewhere te d is
cuss the merits et Omnipathy and prove its
superiority ever all ether patldes in vogue.
The people arc greatly Interested and de
mand the fullest investigation. Invalids are
every week dying in this county whose lives
could be saved. Is tere any subject about
which the masse3 are mere concerned than
restoration te health, and the prolonging of
Dr. G. originated and is new the owner of 29
Medical Pads. He especially warns the public
ngainst thenumereus counterfeits new offered
Dr. Green does an exclusive office business.
Patients who cannot call at his offices must
send full description of afflictions. Ilnndreds
of deaths have occurred here in nine months ;
only two In his practice.
Catarrh Cured Fer 50 Cents.
CUBE QUICK FOB CATARBH SENT TO
ANY ADDRESS FOB 50 CENTS.
DR. O. A. GREENE,
Ne. 830 NORTH QUEEN STREET,
30-tfdMWFAS Lancaster, Pa.
SASHES FOB PABADES, TB1MMINGS FOB
SASHES, SADDLE CLOTnS, SHOUL
DER STBAPS, BELTS, Ac.
Neckties, Entirely New Styles.
NEW STYLE COLORS.
UNDERWEAR, GLOVES &C.
E. J. ERISMANS,
56 NORTH QUEjtiN STREET.
Xj Either en North Queen, East King or
Duke streets, a portion of a geld opera chain.
A liberal reward will be paid ler return of
same te this office. ltd
STBAY-CAME TO THE PKEMUKS OF
the undersigned, at 522 East Chestnut
street, a sheep. The owner can have the same
by proving property and paying costs,
O A mule en Monday night strayed te Reese
& Bres.' livery stable. The ewnercan have the
same by calling at the stable, proving prop
erty and paying ler this advertisement,
PROPOSALS WILL HE RECEIVED UP TO
OCTOBEB 18, at 8 p. m., ler the following
Ceal, for uc at Station Heuse. City Treasurer's
and Mayer's Offices: 13 tens of Hani Egg Ceal,
15 tens of Seft Egg Ceal, and 8 tens or Medium
Nut Ceal. Proposals te be directed ''City
Property Committee." Mayer's Office.
GEORGE W. ZECIIER,
e!5-2td Chairman Committee.
PUBLIC SALE OF CANADA HOUSES.
On MONDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1880, will be
sold at public sale at J. D, Denlingcr's Merri
mac Heuse, 113 North Prince street, Lancaster
city. Pa., the following Live Stock : IB head of
HEAVY DRAFT and DRIVING HORSES,
from 4 tefiyeais old. Must oil be as repre
senale by the undersigned or no sale.
A credit of sixty days will be given.
Sale te commence at 1 o'clock p. m en bakl
day, when attendance will be j;iven by
S. Hess & Sex, Auct. ectl5&l(
I On MONDAY,
OCTOBER IS. 1880. at the
popular restaurant In the P. R. R. Depot, a
inrge variety ei iiesiaurant fixtures, consist
ing of Tables, Chairs, Screens, Mirrors, Pic
tures, Cleck, Steves and Heater, Cupboards,
Refrigerator, one Splendid Geng, Tin, Glass
and Queensware, Knives and Ferks. Bottled
Catsup, and many articles net named.
Sale te commence at ! o'clock a. in.
II. Shubeut, Auct. el4-2tdR
EXECUTORS' SALE OF CITY PROP
ERTY. On FRIDAY, OCIOBER 15. 1880,
the undersigned executers of Henry Steiger
walt, deceased, will expose te sale, nt.7 o'clock
p. m., at the Leepard Hetel, East King street,
u Let or Piece et Ground, situated en the east
side orseuth Queen street, in the city of Lan
caster, Ne. 3(!5. Said let containing in front, en
said Seutli 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 DRICK DWELL
ING 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, dee'd.
Hejjry Suubekt Auct. s30-e4,7,ll,12,13,l I
100 Tens et Rags Wanted,
Fer which the highest price will be paid.
ii CENTe PER POUND FOR GOOD MIXED
RAGS. 3i CENTS PER POUKD FOR
Tiie highest price paid ler Woolens, Old
Paper, Beeks, Ac. Ten Rag Asserters want ed ,
te whom the highest price will be paid.
JOHN A. SHOBER,
Cor. Nei tli Queen ami Orange Streets,
yU-lfdRl Lancaster, Pa
-i -Ir-. w ". -w.-
" . ;v-"r 'ss2S3&eir. , -. . rv
The Demeciatie voters of thW city are re
quested te assemble at their usual voting
places at primary elections en
SATURDAY EVENISU, M. 1, 1880,
FROM G TO 8 O'CLOCK, and te vote ter one
nominee ler Assembly lieni sai.l District.
The withdrawal of the namcef Mr. WM. Mc
COMSEY leaves the only name te be voted
upon, as reported te this committee, that of
ELLM G. SNYDER.
In the Eighth ward the election will be held
at the Miloen of Henry Kehcr, en Strawberry
street, between r and 8 p. m
The Judges of the elections will meet at
the Centra! Headquarters at 0 p. m. te tabu
late the ote and declare the nominee.
W. U. HENSEL,
Chairman Campaign Committee.
Jno. K. Metzeer, Sect.
JIIIS CELZANEO US.
MAGNETIC TOOTHACHE CURE.
Cures almost instantly without injury te
the teeth or gums. Fer sale at
BLACK'S DRUG STORE,
21 West Chestnut Street.
23 cents per bottle. e'j-lwd
All kinds of Heuse Painting and Graining
done at the shortest notice and in the best pos
sible style. We have reduced our prices te
$1.73 per day. Shep en West Charlette street.
ectl2 3md ALLEN GUTHRIE & SONS.
tfljyUU By virtue of the authority vested in
me by resolution of Councils February 4, 1874,
I hereby offer a reward of $SC0 for the arrest
and conviction of the person or persons who
fired the building nt the corner of Plum street
una Maiien alley en t he e veiling et October 10,
1080. JOHN T. MacGONIGLE,
ectlJMtd ' Mayer.
y In the Court of Common Bleas for the
County of Lancaster :
Netice is hereby given that an Application
will bemade te said Court en MONDAY, OC
TOBER 23, 1880, at 10 o'clock, n. m., for the ap
proval of a certain Amendment te the Charter
of the Woodward Hill Cemetery of the City of
Lancaster, as set forth in the Petition for the
allowance el said amendment tiled in said
Court. A: J. EBERLY,
The annual meeting et the stockholders
of the Lancaster and Williamstown Turnpike
Bead 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 l,
1830. between the hours of 11 and 12 o'clock.
oct7-3tdeaw J. M. LONG, Sect.
LA WHENCE KNAPP'S CELEBRATED AND
WELL KNOWN DRAUGHT ALE.
is new ready for consumers, wholesale and
Hotels, Restaurants asd Private Families
can be supplied with this wnolcsemc and
nourishing beverage. All orders will receive
punctual attention and deliverances made at
s'lert notice. Call or address
Ne. 143 East King Street,
ectl4-lmd Lancster, Pa.
A MEETING OF THE STOCKHOLDERS
of the Lanca-stcr and Fruitvillc Turnpike
Read Company will be held en MONDAY,
NOVEMBER 1, 1880, at the Office et the Secre
tary, 61 North Duke street, Lancaster, Pa., be
tween the hours of 2 and 4 p. m., ler the elec
tion of officers for the ensuing year.
FRIDAY EVENING, OCT. IB, 188a
GATHERED FROM ALL QUARTERS.
FATAL EXPLOSION OF A CANNON-
HA.YE3 ASTONISHING THE NATIVES.
THAT GREAT AMI) GOOD Ma' IN THE
Latest Returns Frem Tuesday's Election.
Indianapolis, Oct. 13. Returns from
all but four counties give a net Republi
can majority of 6,210. The counties yet
te hear from gave a Democratic majority
of 413 in 1876. The official majority en the
state ticket will be about 6,000. The Re
publicans elect eight congressmen, with
the Fifth district se close as te require the
official count. The Republican majority
in the Legislature en joint ballet is four
teen. Perter's Majority About 5.0OO.
Indianapolis, Oct. 15. Returns from
all but four counties give a Reeublican
majority of 5,797. The counties te be heard
from gave a Democratic majority in 1876
Democratic Leaders In Council.
New Yerk, October 15. An Indian
apolis special says : Te-day Senators Hend
ricks, Voerhecs and McDonald, and
Messrs. English, Fleming, Landers, Haley
and Cropsey, together with a number
of ether leading Democrats, are holding a
grand council of war in the eity. But the
conference is held with closed doers, and
the proceedings will net be made public
until this evening.
JOY TURNED TO MOURNING.
Several Persons Killed or Fatally Injured
by the Explosion of a Gun Velag
Fired in Hener or the Re
publican Sucre a:s.
Trey, N. Y., Oct. 15. A special te the
Telegram says : At a Republican demon
stration last night at Johnseuville, Charles
Nutting, Mcllic Welling, Charles Themas,
Jehn Fay, and a Frenchman whose name is
unknown, were injured by the explosion
of a cannon. Nutting's leg was shattered
and welling s lett arm was tern te picces-
and lias since been amputated. It is
theultt the latter will die. Charles
Themas, eight years of age, had his left
leg tern te pieces and will probably die.
Fay and the Frenchman were slightly in
jured. Pieces of the gun Hew in all di
rections and many persons had narrow es
capes. HAYES IN THE NORTHWEST.
A Seasick Party Greeting te the Fraudulent
San Francisce, Oct. 14. R. B. Hayes
and his companions left Pert -Townsend
yesterday and iu the Fuca stmts, some of
the number were made very seasick,
affording great sport for the mere fortu
nate ones. At Utsaladdy they were
warmly greeted and Mrs. Hayes distribu
ted apples and dainties among the chil
dren! At Tacena salutes were fired, and
100 children bearing flowers and moving
arches formed a passage way for the party.
Mr. and Mrs, Hayes shook hands with all
the children and a public reception and
specch-makiug took place at Genera
Twe Beys Killed by the Cars.
Bridgeport, Conn., Oct. 15. The ex
press train for New Yerk while passing
through East- Bridgeport this morning
struck two boys named Dan'l E. and Wra
Nelan, brothers. Daniel, aged 11, had lr's
skull fractured, his right leg crushed, and
his face badly disfigured. He lived but
a short time after the accident. William,
aged seven, received a fracture of the left
lejr and several scalp wounds. He will re
cover. The boys attempted te cress the
track in front of the approaching train.
Ne blame is attached te tile railroad com
Washington, D. C, Oct. 15. Fer New
England and Middle states, slightly
warmer southerly te westerly winds, falling
barometer, partly cloudy weather, and in
the northern portions light rain.
Address Frem the Republican Committee.
New Yerk, Oct. 15. The national Re
publican committee met shortly after neon
te day with Gov. Jewell in the chair. An
address will be issued te the people.
Jealousy and the Pistol..
Rochester, N. Y., Oct. 15. At Aven,
last night, A. V. Smith, a music teacher,
shot and seriously wounded Geerge Dew,
whom he found in the company of his wife
from whom lie had separated.
Poverty and Suicide.
Pbevidbnce, R. I., Oct. 13. Mrs.
Martha Cooper, a widow, drowned herself
in Warwick yesterday te avoid removal te
ESTATE OF JOHN M. GOOD, LATE OF
Lancaster City, deceased. Letters of
administration en said estate having been
granted te the undersigned, all persons indebt
ed thereto are requested te make immediate
payment, and these having claims or demands
against the same, will present them without
delay for settlement te the undersigned.
W. B. Wilsen, Administrator.
ESTATE OIT ADOLPH SCHMIDT, OF THE
City of Lancaster, dee'd. Letters testa
mentary en said cstate having been granted te
the undersigned, all persons indebted thereto
are expected te make immediate paymcnt,and
these having claims or demands against the
same, will prcsentthem without delay for set
tlement te the undersigned, residing in the
City of Lancaster.
M ABG ABET SCHMIDT, Executrix.
Jse. A. Ceyle, Attorney. 8l4-6tdeaw
ESTATE OF WILLIAM VIESER, LATE
of Lancaster city, deceased. Letters tes
tamentary en said estate having been granted
te the undersigned, all persons Indebted te
said decedent arc requested te make immedi
ate settlement, and these having claims or de
mands against the estate of said decedent te
make known the same te the 'undersigned
without delay, residing at Ne. 527 West King
street, Lancaster. Fa.
PETEB ALLABACII, Executeiv
B. F. Davis. Att'y. seplMWeaw
pOTO RINGWAIfS FOR
M0N0NGAHELA PURE RYE.
Alse OAKDALE PUBEBYE WHISKY, 95per
cent. Alcohol, and tlielnvlgeratlng Tonic Hatr
Liqnid, and the
Best Sugars, Coffees; Teas, &c,
All at 2se. 205 7EST KING STBEET.
.CU.w'v) .V i . V
a w xerk HsrUb
Nbw Yerk, Oct.li Flour-SUte and West
ern firm and moderate active expert SHd home
trade; Superfine, at 121738416; oxlrade H i
04 50; choice, de, H 0X84 73; fancy de.
SM 80S600; round hoop OhfeH 650500' choice
de 95 1086 00 ; superfine western S3 75t 15 ;
common te geed extra de- 94359469: dhele
de de 14 63436 50 ; choice white wheat de H 65
Q4 S5; Southern firm, unchanged.; com-'
men te fair extra $5 105 60; geed te choice J
uesa 7Ufj7 w.
Cern ic better and quiet ;
Oats a shade stronger; State
PHii.ADBt.wat. Oct. 15. Fleur tending-upwards;
superfine 93 0003 50; extra-93 750
4 25 ; Ohie and Indiana family 95 50(26 .3 ;
Penn'a family de 95355 75: St. Leuis lamily
at 96 2507 00; Minnesota fainila- 95 599J6 60'1
Stratght 9606 73 ; patent and high grades 97 00
Bye flour at 95 235 37.
wheat active and higher; Jfe. 2 Western
Bed 9117011; Pa. Bed 91 160117; Amber
Cern quiet ; steamer, none here ; yellow 55J
056 ; mixed 54,'55c.
Oats firmer ; Ne. 1. White 42c ; Ne. 2 de 40cr
Ne. 3 de393yc; Ne.2,ailxed3038tf.
Bye firm at 9ec.
Previsions in firm jebbin trader mcaa
perk 91650; beef hams 916 00017 09; In
dian mess beet at 1S 50 ; 'smoked ham 11M0
12c; pickled hums 8Mfj9c ; bacon smoked.
snnuidcrs 6iGc ; salt de 5J5fc.
Lard market firm ; city kettle at Ofl'JUe:
loose butcliers'Slic: nriiue steam 98 87439 09-
Butter Choice iu fair demand, ether
Sradef are dull ; Creamery extra at SOgiaec;
e geed te choice 27020c: Bradford,
county and New-Yerk extra. 2523c; Western
reserve extra 20022c: de geed t6 choice 16019c :
serve extra 20022c; Bells quirt: Penn'a Fxtra
20022c ; Western Keserve de 21023c.
Eggs firm; Penn'a Extra 22c; Western
Cheese dull, but steady ; New Yerk fnll
cream 13e; Western full cream 13013)0:
no lair te goon Kgjvic; no nan sKimsiusp
Petroleum quiet : refined l-!iC
Whisky active at 91 12.
Seed (Jeed te prime clever dull 11197000
750; Timethy jebbingat f2 7028t: Flaxseed
Nxw Yerk Stocks.
Stocks strong and higher.
A. M. A. M. r. X. P. II. r. M
10:20 11:25 12r25 2:15 2:29
ErieK. B M 42, 43 43 43iJ.
jHicmgan a. x i.. ....iii iii-'i ni-'-s ll'-Mi irsji
Michigan Cent. B. U..I0I?' 101 'i Will lOili 103'2
umcages.p. w iijvt ii;; .
Chicago, 51 A St. P... 7 'JTX
uan. v &t. .1. t.em .-eis
" " P'ld.... &Vi
4U1CTIU Ob VVUUU3II.... i
Ohie & Mississippi.... -Mil
st. Leuis, i. si.as.i:.. :ii
Ontario anil western, 'a
C. C. & I. C. B. B 18
icn iiuavv ifUiabitw.. 7h
Del. ft Hudsen Canal. 85 i
Del.. Lack. Western 03
western union tci...ieij
ion Tcl...l01k 10li 10W1 leii 10156
S.S. Ce.. 424 42K 42?2 4
Elevated. 34?$ 34? X : ,W4
racuic aian s.
Union Pacific 014
Kansas & Texas 3ti
New Yerk Central
Cleveland ft Pitts
Chicago ft Beck I
Pittsburgh ft Ft. W
American U. TeLCe
Pennsylvania U.K.... 5U9.J
PhiPa. ft Beading..... 1(
Lehigh Valley 53
Liemgii Afivigauen... ai?.
Northern Pacific Coin 29
Pitts., TItusv'c ft B.... i6Ji
Phil'aft Erie B. B
Un.B.R'9 of N.J
Central Trans. Ce.
.... 49 49)2
.... 176 176
Lecal Stocks and Bends.
Lanc.City 6 per et. Lean, due lMj0...9K)e
" " 1S82... 100
" " 1685... 100
" " 1800... 100
" " 1805... 100
" 5 per ct. in 1 or 30 years. . 10
Lane. and Quarry v'e B. B.bend.... 100
" " " stock.... 50
Lancaster and Ephrataturnpike... 25
Lancaster and Fruitvillc turnpike,
Lancaster and Litifz turnpike
.Lancaster and Maner turnpike....
L.:incasier ami juanneiui turnpike.
Lancaster and Marietta turnpike..
Lane. an. I New Helland turnpike..
J.unc. and strasenrg turnpike
Lane, and Susquehanna turnpike.
Lane, anil Willow Street, turnpike
Fanners' Nat. Bank et Lancaster..
First Nat. Bank of Lancaster
Lancaster County Nut. Bunk
Ineuircr Printlnc Ce 50
Lanc.Ca.3 Light and Fuel Ce. stock. 25
" " " bends.
TKD. EVERYBODY TO ADVEK-
tlsc, free of charge, in the In rKLuaav
wants semeimng te ue.
rANTED A SINGLE MAN,
111 enccd tobacco stripper, te
pack a three acre crop. Address, 1. 1). Ilad
Icy. Kennett Square, Chester county, statins
terms per day. It
-tf ANTED A JlIUDLE-AfiED MAM
T T wants a situation where he can make
himself useful, understands working with
horse. Apply at yt North Duke street.
WANTED. THE INQUIRER PRINTING
and Publishing Company want a few in
telligent boys te learn the printing business.
Inquire either in poison or by letter, ut their
eflice 53 and 55 North (juecu xtrcct. Lancaster.
Pa. ect 7-3tdeewft2tw
Office of the M aiiesv Mutual likk Asse-
ciatiex or Skli.nsorevi;, Pa. $
WANTED-GOOD, ACTIVE, KKSFONSI
ble Agents In each township of the
county et Lancaster. Applv In hand writing
of Applicant te the Heme Oflice.
L. B. IIU3IMEL. Sec'y.
Selinsgrevc, Snyder county. Fa.. September
Until NOVEMBEB 17. the two-story Brick
Heuse, with kitchen attached. Ne. lid East
Vincstrect, let extends te Church street. Ap-
Slcs, Peaches, and (J rape Vine en let, water..
:c. Inquire at Ne. 12C Charlette street, Lan
caster, Pa. oct7-cedftnovl3
A Farm, one mile fiein the city of Lancas
ter, en the Petersburg turnpike, containing
about one hundred and live acres : thirty acres
of which is new in full crops ; privilege te put
out two acres in tobacco. Enquire at Ne. 38
North Duke btrcet or en the premises.
oct7-10tdced MBS. JOHN McUBANN.
On TUESDAY', OCTOBER 26, 1S80, will be
held at the Keystone hotcl.Nerth Queen street,
a valuable let of ground situated en the west
side of North Queen street, fronting en North
Queen street 16 feet, 7 inches, and In depth 245
lcet, te 14 ieet wide public alley, en which ia
erected a two-story BBICK DWELLING, cen-r
taining parlor, back room, five bed rooms and
Saulc te commence at 7 o'clock p. m.,.vhcn
conditions will be made known bv
II. Shubebt, Auct. ectl3-lltd
PUBLIC SALE. '
On MONDAY, OCT. 25; 18se, will lie sold"
at the Cooper Heuse, West King street the
ionewing vainaDie real estate :-
j valuable real estate v r t -?
l two-story BRICK" DWELLING, sit- -l
the south side of West Orange street, i
natcd en the ;
Ne. 114. containing hall and seven rooms, gas
in the house and hydrant In the yard,- house
fronts en Orange street 18 ieet 'J lnche. mere
or less, let extending In depth 75 feet 5 inches,
mere or less, te a 3 feet 7 inch wide common
aUer. with scwcracc. This .property has Just
TMSfin.ncwly fitted up.
AO.'i Atwosierysniuaonriiiiii.iu anu
two-story Brick Back Building, situated en
the east) side of North Mary street. Ne. 27,
house 18' by 23 feet, back building 12 fee; 4
inches in width, and in depth 13 feet, contain-
frnntiiW of 45'lrwfL lnelndinrr th hnrtfra ? n let
xf choice fruit trees and the best of trapes ; rJ'JJ.iiii
stabling en the rear of let, 20x49 lcet. . ( Y'V f'r'i !
Ne.3, FivcBuildingLefahy,2tt,tecWiltu, jrVrtv
ated ob the north side of New street, between- , ; t
Lime and Shippen'strects. , . .. An f
Sale te commence at 7 o'clock p. m.. of said v t t ) i y
day. when conditions will be made knewn: by . ,. r v
JOHN HULL.' -yV.,
K iJaMJir.uss " "e9-U07rr Vai
K. BCcCANN, AUCTXONKKK OFJtEAC
u-ft at Ne. 35 Charlette atrcer.-er at
Hene Hetel. 44 and 46 North Oueen street, will
eelve prompt attention, BUls made et and
ended te wlthoutladditleual cost. e27-ly