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LANCASTER-DAILY INTEIXtGENeiR. TUESDAY OCTOBER 26, 1880
OUK KLGCLAU COUKESFOJTDEXCK
The Hancock and English battalion of
this place will be v. ell represented at
Mount Jey, at tbe parade te-morrow night.
Tbc Hancock Invinciblcs and tbe helmet
company will turn out i-treng and tbe bal
anceef tbc battalion in lesser numbers
will also be en hand. Tbc Citizens' baud
eftbis place bus been eiiga;;ca by tliolte tlielte
pablicnns for that evening ; but tlia Dem
cratic battalion will ;ct music somehow.
The Shawnee rolling mill shut down en
Saturday until a new supply of coal
could be laid in, -ill the old supply bavin-;
been exhausted. The Susquehanna roll
ing mill company leaned a sufficient quan
tity te warrant the lesuinptinu of opera
tions, and tbe mill started up again this
morning. The mill, since starting up
tbicj weeks age, has rolled a large amount
of hen. '
P. S. Bi ugh, is connected with tbe tele.
2henc exchange. His "Wriglitsvillc stoic
isaNe iu it.
"Gress negligencft" aie the weuls te be
used when speaking of a merchant who
will close bis store and go home without
locking tha deer. This was done at a cer
tain Second mcet stoic an evening" e;
Anether al.ii :n of lire wa mounded
eveniiiLr and was responded te by tbe
department. The apparatus was turned
in, in a sheri time, however, when it was
found its -tvices were net lcquiicd. Tlic
blowing of a wlii-tle e:: a Reading engine,
which was being fiied up at tbc round
house, occasioned tbe al.xim.
Cempauy II List evening, bad a mighty
small tuiiieut at diill, there being, all
told, but eleven members pi cent. Felitics
arc cntiiely tee w.nm te make a success of
Freight engine Ne. 03 bad a ear or two
oil the tiaek at tbe c.iat yard en Sunday
nigfct. Tlic wieck came near making .sheii.
weik of tbe trwer at tbe Heading &
Columbia r.iilread cie-sing.
Frederick Biiciier is getting bis .stoic
joem, at Fourth and Locust sticetf, into
hbapc. Tlic paiiiiien dividing tbe loom
lias be."n tein out aiul all tiaces of it
erased, and iiuw the air.uvjoment, of the
Jixtuies is taking place.
Medoc engine ""ft,, ulhas been shipped
here for repairs.
The ltepublieau baitalien, with about
two bundled men, participated in last
evening's parade at Marietta. A special
train was brought inie requisition.
Tbe Pi etcflant ministers of Columbia
held another of their weekly meetings
ycstciday, but failed te tr.utsicb any busi
ness of note.
A child of Jehn Mi-Neal died hoie yes
teiday of dipbtbeiia.
The Vigilant hose can iage which va
upset and slightly injured yesterday
morning, has been placed in Meckel's
blacksmith shop for repairs.
MKs S.iibe Mayer, with her aunt, Mrs
Gaidner Mi;Caiul!es, of New Yeik city,
will leave this country en Wednesday next
for liurepe. Mis Miycr wi!i leave Colum
bia en Situulay for New Yeik.
S. C.S.T u tz"h is taken the lir.st step to te
waidb lelniilding his ice heuce, burned te
the gieund cailj en ibomeiuing of Octo
ber leth. Tbe new building will be of
about the same dimensions. Tbc uprghts
have already been planted, and as tbe
weikmen and inalcii.il are en the gieuu.l
tbe building will go up lapidly. We trust
Mr. Swartz will have better kick with the
new house.. Twe have already burned for
Tbe special meeting of council, called for
l.istcicuiu '. was net he'd, there being less
than a quorum of mcmbeis present. An
adjournment was made until this evening.
The busiucw, making 'the meeting neces
sary is tbc question of painting the epeia
beuse and market heuc. lc-iu-ming piop piep
crty, considering tbe lent question ei one
of I be stoic looms, and another little
matter or two. It will net take much
The Frederick, county, aid., fair will com
mence te-day and will continue four days.
Tbc Pennsylvania railroad cemyany will
sell exeuiMeu ticket-; at Columbia from
October 2Cth (te-day)t j the 29th inclusive.
Oe tbe 28th a special exclusion train will
The Hancock and English battalion will
parade in town en Thursday evening. Mere
The ciecs of (liKiikciiaivlcliseuIcil) imii
iluct cliarsctl bv 2s ick Geedman against
G. "Vr. Pentz. A. .7. Keller, Jehn Plicrleclr.
Jeseph Weber. Jehn Weber and Frank
Demmel weienll ilNinissed last evening
bj- Altlcunaii U.u r by whom they were te j
have been l.cinl, Mr. Geed-nan, the pros- j
ccuter having f.iiSeil te apjuar. Ir will i.v.
leniembcied thcc.ie iriew out of a ilis- j
turbance en "tiie lili" en the occasion of
thcReimbliean lurade. the !efendants .
bcini' charged bv Geedman
with inter- i
lerimr with it. A hearing ei the cases w. 9
postponed fiem time te time, because el
Geedman's alleged illness, tlieuh it is
known that en ene occasion set for the
hearing he was able te take his company .
of campaigners te tlic c'liint ty and endure '
me laitgue ei a ienjj inaiun. uiu ueieu
dants com ted an investigation of the
charge trumped upavaiti'-t them, but Xick
was a'Vaid te bring them te trial, knowing
that he was largely responsible for Ike
trouble bv his own misconduct.
Ui iah "Wallace and Samuel Mays, who
were charged as Luis age as August last,
with the l.i-.cjny of chickens, the piepeity
of Kinzer Bender, but vhcic net anested
until a few las age. liad a hearing bcfeic
Alderman McConeiny this forenoon, and
were dischaiged, there being ile evidence
te sustain the charges against them.
Death of Ber. Ir, bncntzel.
Ncw.s comer. Hern Chamberslmrg of the
death in that city te day of Rev. Dr. Fred
erick Swcnfzel, whose sudilen illness called
Judge Livingston uway fiem.his jiulicial
duties yesterday, and which has, as ap
pears by these tidings re-utted fatally.
Dr.Swcntzcl was b,u n en East Ivitijj.sticet,
this city. Ile was a r.?phcw of Mr II. C.
Swcntzel. the well known cabinet -maker,
and a brother of Mrs. J. I). Livingston,
and of Dr. V". C. Swcntzel, the dentist,
new residing at Pittsburgh. lie was for
many years a minister in the 31. E. chinch,
winning eminence ana his degree of D. D.
in its bcfvicc. his last station being in
Maryland. His sun, Tlev. II. C. Swcntzel,
was graduated from F. & M. college, this
city, about 1S72. and aftcrwauls took
clerical eulcis in the lipi.-cepal church,
having been for :e;no year.s tiie popular
and hiuhly suceessful i eel or at Chambers
burg. Pa. Latterly his father had also
joined the Episcopal chinch and was pic
paring te take erdeii. at the time of his
Tl.e First Knck.
The lirst venison of Ihc season pasicd
through Lancaster this morning. It was a
fine big buck shot near Ih.-1'ofeutc, Ccntic
count', and shipped by a gcutlcman living
at Overbroek, Montgemciy county.
The mrct sensible icnicdy,ani the only sale,
suie and permanent cure lerall diseases et the
liver, bleed and stomach, Including bllicus
fevers, fever anil ajuc, dumb ague, jaundice,
dyspcpia, &e. U Pi of. Guilmclte's French
Liver Fads, which cures by absorption. Ask
your druggist, for this noted cure, and lake no
ether, and if he has, net get it or will- net gel il
ler you, solid $1.30 te Fi ouch Fail Ce., Teledo
O., and they will send yen one pest-paid by
return mail. IS
Ocntlcnica extravagantly praise the Cult
cura Medicinal Shaving Seap.
A Happy Clergyman,
Bev." E. F. L. Gauss, Galena, 111. : " I nave been
a great sufferer from Kidney dLscase, ana after
being told by my doctors that I could net get
well, I commenced tne use of Day's Kidney
Pad, which has new completely' cured me. I
am strong aud again loot the very picture et
health. May all the sulTeiing be helped as I
have been. Is my earnest wish." o2lweefl&w
It you will, but be snre te use SOZODOXT
right away, in order te carry eUT Us Injurious
ellccts upon the teeth. All candy-eaten should
carry SOZODOXT with them, if thby wish te
keep their tceth sound. oM-lweeil
Feeble ami exhauted constitutions restored
te health and fctrenstu by Malt IJittcr-.
Tlic Mount Oey Ercursien.
Tlie members of c'cry word club In the city
will meet at the respective headquarter? et the
club this (TUESDAY) evening at 3 o'clock
sharp, te make at rangcnienU for the excursion
te ileunt Jey ea Wednesday evening. Fare
lorthcieundiilp M cents Excursion tiain
te leave thU city at 7 p.m.; leturninft, leave
Mount Jey at 11 p. in. The captain of each
ward club Is the committee te rccelve fares,
purchase and dMributi ticket". Every mm
wliopiepoies te go should hand lu his name
and fare this evnin;; ih it transportation may
Headquarter Hancock an.: Luglisli 15al 15al
talien. Lascastee, Oct. 2i, Jfiss.
On w cdnc'day evening the Miveral Hancock
and Engllth club, et the city of Lancaster,
will meet at the Pcnnaylvatili r.UIreul depot
atC:3) e clock shaip, v.heie they will tal:e the
cars ler Mount Jey te take part la the torch
light parade te be lieldthere Ihatcxening.
v :i. a. iuki'M.x,
IIi:xkt Wetr, Adjutant. Colonel.
A mealing el the Democracy of the Second
wiu d will b: held at Kan-ing's saloon, Ea-t
OraugeMi eel, en Tncjaay evening, at So'eleek-,
te make utraiigciaents te go te Mt. Jey en
Ycdned.iy owning, Octobers;. Fare ler the
round trip only "" cents A full attc.id-ince is
ieincsteil In eniev te knew hev many mem mem
beis will go.
There will bj a special meeting of the Feuitu
ward tlub tills evening at & o'cieck, haip,
atthcir club loom. All thOse who intend gc
Iiicr te Mount, Jey will hand la their name-.
Let there be a lull turn out. " Hound Hip C7c,
The regular ctcMj- meeting of thb wa-d
club will be liehl thb eveningnt the Green
The beventh wiu-d Hancncl: and English
clab will meel.it hcadnuartci-a en this (l"uc-
ilay) e cnlng, for important bulni ii. Every
niuuibcr should be present.
Ti:e Junier club will al-e meet at their hc.id.
quarters (Jacob U'tziuger's) ut thu P.ime hour
ler the tran-feictieu of important busine5.
bceulli Want Yeuu Men's Club.
The ieung Men's Ilnncecbancl English club
Of the heventu ivai d. win meet tuts evening :.i
So'eleek at .Jacob Utzlnger's saloon, Middle r
j:igli(h Ward Uuiicccx Club, Attention '.
bpccuu meeting this ('IL'LSI)AY) aveniiiK
at tlie headqu.uters. Diehl's suloen, en llih I
flticct, te make arranECineuts for the ward pa- I
ru.e nest t"iid:iy evening. A foil I'ttenilanea j
U solicited. ,
Tuesday, Oetier W. Spciki.1-:. W. It. ii-
Min, .1. i..hteSinu-U. .J. A. Covle, 11. X.Mehler. j
Hen. W. D.
Hill. II. M. Xeitii
Tliur-day evening, October -. lien. '.v. D
Hill. B. F. Davis and ethers.
Timr-day evening. October J-5. :. W. Miadlc-,
C. 1' ltei-3, D. McUullen. J. A. Ceylc.
C. lie if lit, Llttle Hrlt liuTwp. J
lud.ij cvculng, October 2j. Hen. W. D Jliil I
1. McMnllen, Jr.o.A.Ceyio. '
IiM.i evening. October SO. .tiecliiig and'
t.irililiiit par.ile: Hen. J. U trteinmctz, S. i
V.. bnadle, W. II. Heland.
Torchlight pis.i.le and mec'injr- -atnr.Say
evening, Ocf-.bfi-;W. va'ten- W. s;. Given '
nod W. V. llcn-il.
Jn the cenit Jion-e ea Menu.i.v . fi.ing.XO-'
. FECI A L xe t: CLN. ,
' It is Impe-Mble ler a woman alter a. iaithtii!
course of tieatment v. iiii Lydia K. rini.li uu s j
I Vegetable Compound te continue te sutler I
i with ii weakness ei ih.' utcnis l.nclese a
stamp te Mrs. I.ydla it. l'inkhui.i, M Western I
1 avenue. Lynn, Ma-i., ter pamplucts.
Ten-ief th nisimds of dollars at s.'i-.iuuili.ieci
vcaslv upon tr.i cling (juatke, ilie te lrem
i'livirte town v.reles-in te cuie all the ills
11 a: our peer humanity Is heir te, why will net '
t lie piilir.c ie.ll 11 eommen -cnw'. ami u ii.ey aie
Mnreiiiigfrem Dvspepsia or Liver Complain.
Invest ii dollar in Spiing Bios-eiii, -.old ly ail
dinggl'tsend endoised by the faculty. 1'iices,
."idc, tnilbtittlci.. Mc. J'ersale'bv II. B. Coch Cech
vnii ilrii.-it 1ST :ind i:.f' Xe.th Omen stieet.
Lancaster, l'a. 29
II j en li ie pi-.nple-, l)Mi!j,s.dt rheum, reii'h
I skin", Ac, try "Llndsej's Bleed 'Je.uclier.''
, Mild by a'l druggists.
. A AVir. I)cncs:i.
Doicen Wilder, I waiilyen te tell me hew
jenkept yeuirelf and family GO well the past
season, when all the rest el U3 Iuve been sick
se niueli.and have hud the doctors running te
r.s se long."
'Bie. Tayler, the answer is ery easy. I
used Hep Hitters in tone and kept my family
well and saved large doctor bills. Three doi dei
iar j' wei tu et it Iwrnt us all well and nble te
weikall the time, and I will warrant It has
co-it yen i.nd most of the neighbors one te two
hundred dollars apiece te keep -ick the same
time. 1 gue-s you'll taUe my medicine here
niter." See ether column. el3-2wd&w
Ladies' 'Wine ''pecs 's l'e.t.
i are four years' old will net intoxicate
but possessing all the valuable medicinal
U0vilie(.t tlieOp'Utegiapc, Hern which it
nmde. Ucd in hospitals and by flrsL Chies
phy-icinns a i the bcit l.nev. n wine ler medical
pnrye-cs. It i n tonic ami astringent. Ills
net mixed with alcohol or ether liquors, but a
mild, lich and plc.u-anl tonic, improving the
appetite and prometin;; digestion ; as a dureiic
it acts beneficially en tit.; kidneyg and concs cencs concs
pe.idmg organs; as a sudeiillc, it acts upon
the skin, destroying eruption and preiiueiug
a "-oft, h-ilthy and blooming complexion.
Tiieretnre it is extensively mid beneficially
u-ed l-.y ladies, and 1 In gti.cr il L'tnily use a
a sure remedy for dysentery, und for all
nereu, weak and ecbilitnled persons. Sold
by druggists and by A. w!pi,,r, at lili enn vin
yanls, Xew Jeisey. Ailvsrllsc'.
This ttine is endorsed by Pis. Atleu and
Davis, ami told by 11. E. Slaymaker.
i'reteet tlia Little Ones,
l'r.ivncnnn T.iriLr. Osts from the often lalal
consequence e! croup, with Dr. Tlieaias' Ec
lectrii: Oil. It is the. king of all cough medicine
as well as apciibs- leinedyfer lheumatl'ui.
lame back. t.pialn, luuiscs. cuts, piles kidney
trenl'.lcs, etc. Take It inwauliy and apply oul eul
warfilv. Fer nle bv il. B. Cochran, di ugN
137 aud 130 Neith Queen street, Lancaster. 3J
"Mi ewiVs Bronchial 2Vcc.ci" are used with
advantage te a'deviate Coughs, bore TIue.it,
IIeureness an I Bronchial Altectlei.s. Fer
iluityyeais thesoTi-eches have been in use,
lth unuually Increasing favor. They are net
new and untried, but, having been tested by
wide und constant use for nearly an entire
generation, they have attained well-meiltcd
rank among the few staple remedies n I the jye.
' JJr&tc.-K lifenehial Tiechex'' act diiccliy
en the organs erthe voice. They have an ex
traordinary effect inalldi-erdcrs ortheThre.it
und Larynx, rcsteriiig a healthy tone i hen re
laxcu, either Jreni cold or over-exer! icn of the
voice, and produce a clearand distinct er.unei.
alien. Speakers and Sinners iitl the Trecla s
A Cough, Celd, Cataivh ei Sere Threat in
quires immediate attention, r.s neglect olleii elleii
llmes reaults in -.oine incurable Lung DL-eae.
' JirevciCa JJreKCIiial Troches" will almost in
variably give relief. Imitations arc eilcretl lei
bide, many et which are injurious. The genu
ine "JJreum' Jtrenchial Troches"1 are sold
only in boxes. 'anLVljd&w Tu,Th&S
The happiest results Invariably attend tbe
taMng et "Sellers' Celebrated Liver Fills."
SI cents per box.
V , .. .
Swextzel. On Tuesday, Oct. 23, 1889, at the
r-sidcace of his son, Kev.lLC. Swenwel, in
Oiiami erabnrg, Pa., Kev. Dr. Fredericic
-wcntzel. fennerly of tlila city, and a brother
In-law et Hen. J. It. Livingston.
Fiill ALl. CUKAP.
Allrst-elas TVO-nOUSE POWEU UP
K1GIIT P.OILEUAND EXGIXE.madc by F.
r. & A. B. Landis. Apply te
liEUIt & STAUFFEU.
eJC-ltdUT&r 3 Xerth Duke street.
Te-morrow mernlnir In Market Sauare of
a large let et Reed Window Sash with Glass
varying in size lrem 12x1 te 24x30 incurs.
AlsrjH 1 .t, efnevv Window Frames and Venl-
tlan Shutters, from the Centennial bnildlng3,
Philadelphia. JACOB GCXDAKEK,
INSTATE Of 31 ART MCLVAX V, LATE OF
j the city of Lancaster, deceased. The
undersigned auditor, appointed te distribute
thu b iluiice rcmitining in the hands et Jehn
A. Cevlc. -sq.. aduilnistrater, te and among
thescii gaily enililed te the same, will Mt for
tliat pnrpesu en WEDNESDAY, XOYEMBEK
17, l&). at 10 o'clock a. in., in the library room
of the court house, in the citv of Lancaster,
w huie nil persons intcre-ited in said distribu
tion niav attend. W. D. WEAVE1..
Will be sold bv pubiic auction at the plan
ing mill prepei ty in Plum street, at 10 o'clock
enTHUKSDAV inernlngncxr, the 23th inst.,
tlii; lelluu lug article, te wit: One Planing
M ichine, damaged bv lire The irons com-
fleit' of ii Turning Lathe. A large let of Sash
'.icteiy Bit". A huge quantity or Charred
Lutni e Tin ltoeung, Brick, Stene. Ac.
eitil-2 d F. SIIUOOER.
I7XDEK THE AVSPICEH
ST. STEPHEN'S CHURCH,
Cerner et Seuth Duke and Church streets.
Open dally lrem C until 10 o'clock p. m.
i.uncli tables are provided with delicacies of
tlwscu-en und rcfivsliments.
Te-night the Citizens Band will be present
p.nd give some of their choice selections.
Cigar Makers and Tobacco Packers !
TheCIGAU MAKE 115 mid TOIt.VCCO PACK
Kits connected with the t-cveral Factories and
Toii.icce Wsiroliensosof the Citv, and who are
in laver of the election of our standard bearer,
GEN. W. S. HANCOCK,
! f) tr-e l'lc-llencvef the United States will
please meet lit Democratic Ueadquarters en
THURSDAY ETEXIXU, OCT. 28,
ftt S o'clock, and make arrangements for u
, rarade. Cerns ena : Come all !
And Torchlight Parade,
IN MOUNT JOY,
Welnrtj Eyiii, Oct 27.
TO r.i: ADDKESSED BV
HON. W. D. HILL,
Tim Lancaster Campaign Club will attend
Speelai train leaves Lancaster at 7:00 p. m .
Liuuilsxillu. 7:10; S.ilungii, 7:13. Ituturiilng
leave Mount Jey at 11 p. m.
Fare for the Keund Trip - - 3c.
AH pei sons proposing te go heuld register
their names at once ami purchase excursion
tickets tiem the captain of their respect ion
Vi-ISXLI.S .LK or VAL
It UAL ESTATE. On TUESI)-'
' VEMBEIt. XR, l!-3i. in pnrsunnce et n
et the Court et Common Fleas or Lancaster
Ceuntv, l'a. the undersigned assignees
e: Jacob staman and wife will expose at pub
lic eale In the Boieugh of Washington, Lan
caster enmity, l'a., the folleu lug descrihed
re U estate, viz :
'Se. 1. A tract et.FAUM LAND, situate in
the Borough of Washington, aforesaid, con cen
taining 10 ACHES, mom or le-s, en which are
erected a two-story Brick Heuse. Frame Bank
Barn. Tobacco shjcls and ether necessary out
buildings, adjoining piepcrtles et the M. V.
church, Jehn Br -sh, Frank Yeung, et nl.
This land is in the hii'liext Mute of cultivation
and especiiillv adapted te tlmraising el tobac
co and market truce. It has a line stream of
water lien lug thiengh it and n never-railing
.-pring which furnishes running water ler
house and barn. '1 his tract has a frontage of
4!K)!ret en Wnt-r street which cm be readily
divided into building Jets
Xe. i Consists et LUM BER YAKD and mill
property en Water street, in wild borough,
containing; 4 ACBKS. en which Is erected a
uew&TEAMSAW MlLL.S.Ixr.'O t-ct. contain centain
ina a (W-iierse power engine.t we Muhley saws,
circular saws, Ac. The machinery is In flrst
classiiinuig order. Adjoining saw mill Is a
large FLAXINl' MILL, lnrnishcd with all Hie
Improved liuichlnery This property lsen the
line of the Columbia & Pert Deposit ltailreud
and has a siding from .said read, it has a front frent
i.ge of sw f-ct en the Susquehanna river and a
well-situated Leg I'end. The mill mill yard
new liavc a large patronage and are occupied
bv L. G. Scofield. Tracts Xes. I and 2 will lie
sold separately or together.
.e.;i. A Let of Ground situate en Elbow
street in said liorengh. Bounded en the north
liy let Xe 4. en the eal by a public i-e.ul, and
en Hi'.; south a'ld wcsi by IClbew street Con
taining ONE ACHE.
Ne. 4. A Leu of Urqnnd, adjoining Xe. 3 ;
bounded en I lie nertnby let Ne. 5, en the east
by a public read, en the south by let Xe. 3,and
en the wet by Elbow stieet. Containing ONE
Xe. .".. A Let of Gieund, adjoining Xe. 4 :
hounded en the north by tract Ae. 1, en the
east by public read, and the south by let Xe. 4,
and e:i the wcl bv Elbow ttrcet. containing
one a 1:1:.
Lets Xe j. J, i and 3 w III be i-old separately Oj.
a a whole. . . .
Xe. it. A Let nt Ground situate en Elizabeth
street, and known in the plau of said borough
as Xe. 115. Upen which is erected a one-story
Frame Heuse 'l his let has a frontage et IK
feet and a depth et U..1 feet.
Xe. 7. A Building Let. adjoining let Xe. 0,
aud known iu the pian of said borough as Xe.
lift, fronting GJlejt en Elizabeth stieet and
extending iu depth IT' feet.
Xe i A Bull.llng Let, adjoining let Xe. 7,
and known in the plan el mi! i liorengh as Xe.
1J7. Flouting Oi leet en Elizabeth Btrcet and
eiiendiiig in depth V J feet.
Xe. 0. A Let et Ground, situate en Water
street. In said bei ensli, en which is erected u
one and a half steiy FKA"E DWELLING and
ether outbuildings. This let has a width eHS
feet nn Water street, awl extendi In depth 150
lcctteanallevuiul adjoins piepeity or Bur
bam Xanc and tinct Xe. If.
Xe. U. A Let or Fiece of Ground, situate en
Mill stieet iu said borough, being 03 leet in
w iiith anil 22i leet in depth ; adjoining pioper pieper
tics of J. W. Miller and Benjamin Siblc.
Ne. 11. A Let of Ground, situate en Pen n
(formerly Market) street. In said boreugh:
containing eXE-IlALF ACKE and bounded
bv properties of camuel Myers, Levi Haver
Mick aud Jehn Heavcn.
Any person tlebiiouset examining the loca
tion et the above tracts can call nt the law
oflice et Wm. U. Given, esq., Columbia, l'a.,
where u full map or the premises may be seen,
or upon the unacrsisiictl in Washington Bor
ough. The talc will be held en the mill prepeity at
I o'clock, shaip, where attendance will be
given and terms made known by
JOShPIl W. MILLEK,
Assignee et Jacob Staman anil Wife.
AZIUTIAM DEia.l3.GE?. Auct. octi6-4tileawM
WA.M-KD. KVi-UCVMODY TO ADVKIt
tiba, free 01 charge, in the Iwtkiuebs
ceu, who wants semcthlne te da
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.
On TUESDAY, OCTODEK 25, 1SS0. will be
sold at the Keystone l:otcl,Nerth Queen street,
a ruluable let of ground bttuuted en the west
8ideoi'ertb Queen street, nontlusen Xerth
.Queen stieet 10 feet, 7 inches, and in depth 213
leet, te II leet vrkle pueuc :ill-v, en u lilcu is
erected a two-story ItlUCK DWLLLIXG. con
taining parlor, back room, live bed looms and
Saale te commence at 7 o'clock p. m., when
conditions will be made knenu bv
II. SurBEivr, Auct. ectl'Mltd
.KFIIAXS' COURT SALH.
On TUESDAY. OCTOBER 21. 1S50. i'uisu.
ant te antnentv in uic last win and tcsTament
of Jehn Tomliii-en, late et Lancaster city, de
ceased. wtlie undersigned cxecuti.is therein
will expos te public sale, at the Leepnnl
hotel. East King street, Lancaster city, tlie fol
lowing describeii property, late the property
of said Jehn TemIitiMn. deceased :
Ne. 1. A two-story BRICK DWELLING
HOUSE. XeO Middle street, a stone and brick
stable and ether iuipievenients. The let fronts
thirty fret, mere or lce, en Middle street, and
extends 142 leet, mere or lcs. te Locust street.
Xe. 2. A twotery BltlCIC DWEIjLiXG
IIOUSE, Xe. 210 Plum street, with u fine story
brick Buck Builillng.aud ether iniiioveuicnt.
The let irents 18 feet. 6 Indies, mere or les. nil
Plum street, and extends 102 leet,mere or less,
Xe. 3. A Tract of Land containing ."; acres.
In Lancaster city en tlie Coucsleir.iund III,'
Spring turnpike, adjoining lands of iiebcrt A.
Evans and Willi. mi S.ilC3. A large part et till1?
tract is excellent farming laudnml the balance
contains s:md and stene (juurrie. Thcic
h ii well of water with pump en Hie premises.
Alse, Mx shares of block of the ConestegiiA
Big Spring Valley Turnpike row I company.
Sale te commence ut 7 o'clock p. m., lien
attendance will lu given :iud lernm made
known by IsOttT. FAULDIXG,
I). F. Kowk. Executers.
RFHAX'S CeUKT SALt:.
On THUltSD AY. NOVEMilEil 13. 1S30. of
a valuable Chester county firm et 21'J ACUES
Convenient te railroads, Geed building". Sale
positive. Fer particulars addre'.
S. E. X1YIX,
Administrator c. t. a.
ecl20-lni(l Landcnhcrg, l'a.
plate glass lrent, high ceiling, located en the
main business street and nest deer te the pest
efllce. Columbia, Lancaster cenntv. l'.u : has
been occupied as u book store ler the la-t
sixteen years, and is ene of the best stands iu
the county for that business. It I-, a line open
ing ter any one he understands the book und
Matienery business. Possession given Imme
ect20-ld Columbia, l'a.
On TIIUliSDAY, XOTEMBEIi 11, 1SS0,
will be sold at public sale at the Grape hotel,
Xerth Queen street, the Joilei!nj iiesciibcd
real cstatj te wit :
Atwo-stery erick DWELLING HOUSE and
two contiguous hall lets of ground, Xe. 419, en
the north bide et E:it King street, iu thu
city of Lancaster, each of said luut lets con
taining in front 31 feet 2)4 inches, and
245 leet In depth te a 14-feet wide idley, to
gether witli 2 leet C Inches wide in trout en
said East King street and of that width north
ward te the distance of 43 feet et the adjoining
property en the northwest for the u-e of an
Possession will be given en April 1, 18SI -
Part of the purchae mono m.iv remain en
the property for one year, it desired.
fcnle te commence at 7 o'clock p. m. of said
day. SAMUEL S1IOCII.
Herv Shcbeiit, Auct. e2-tsil
I7XECCTOU'M l'UISLIC SALEOl'VALUA
It BLE CITY IMtOl'KliTY. On FBIDAY'
XOVLM BEIt 5. lRJO, will be sold by public sale
at tlin Franklin Heuse, Lancaster city, !.,
j the following teal estate, te wit
Xe. 1. A let of around trentlng'18 feet.more
or less, en East llng stieet. in said city, und
I extending 215 in depth tea l'J-fcet wide allev.
I en which iaerccteilatwo-sterv BKICIv HOL'bE
witname steiy jiticKiiacKiiiUKiiugutmeiica,
Xe. 501. The lieuc is conveniently laid out
with Hydrant, Fruit Trees and ether improve
ments. Xe. 2. A let of ground irenting i'l feet en
East Orange street, and extending in depth 116
feet te 8-leet wide pilvate al,ey, en which if
erected a two-story Brick Heu-e, with a two twe two
btery Brick Back Building attacled, Xe. 447,
with gas through the whole house, Hydrant,
Fruit Trees and ether impievenicnis.
Xe. 3. A let or ground Irenting the same as
Xe. 2, and the H.iine depth and same kind of a
house as Xe. -J, ami is nuinleied 419.
Xe. 4. A let et ground Irenting 10 feet en
East Orange street. In said citv, and extending
In depth HO leet te a 12-tect wide private alley,
en which is erected a two-story Brick llense
with aonc-stery Brick Back Building attached.
Hydrant, Fruit Trcesand ether improvement,
Xe.TEli Tei ins easy.
fcalu te commence at 7 o'clock p. m. of said
day, when conditions of sale will be made
known by KEV. A. F. KA17L.
Executer el I he Estate of late Mr-". Daniel Mc-
S-ru'l. Hcs & fcO Aucts. e2M td
INSTATE OF .TAXE KWiXG, LATE OP
It Lancaster citv. deceased. Letters of ad
ministration en suld estate having been grant
ed te the undersigned, all persons indebted
thereto aie requestnl te.make tuimed'ate pay
ment, ami these having claims or denmmls
ngamst the same, will present them vltheut
delay ler settlement te the undersigned. i
eidlngln Lancaster, l'a.
J. L. SitlSMETZ, Att'y. e23 Ctdeaw
INSTATE Or IC. IS. sTOWEIts UAitKi:
li ger, lute et Lancaster city, deceased.
Letters testamentary en said citate having
been granted te the undersigned, all persons
indebted thereto aie requested te make iinme
ilttUu settlement, and these having claims or
demands against the same will piesent them
without delay ler Kctllement te thu unilcr
tdgncd, lesldingln Lancaster, Pa.
ALEXANDER J. HAKBEKGER.
.1. L. SiEii.sitTZ. Atty. au-ie Ctdna
ESTATE OF JOIIX .11. GOOD, LATE OF
Lancaster City, decea-ed. Letters ei
administration en- said estate having been
grunted 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
ileluv for settlement te ihe undersigned.
W. it. Wilbe:.. Administrator.
INSTATE UFAuOLl'U SUIIMI DT, OF THE
It City of Lancaster, dee'd. Lettcis testa
mentary en said estate having been ginntcd te
the undersigned, all person Indebted thereto
arc expected te make immediate p.iyment,anu
these having rlaims or demands against the
same, will prcscnttliem wlthe.it delay for set
tlement te the undersigned, lCsiding In the
City of Lancaster.
MARGARET SCHMIDT, Executrix.
Jjke. A. Ceylb. Attorney. sli-ctdeaw
INSTATE Or WILLIA3A VIESE:, LATE
It of Lancaster city, deceased. Letters tes
tamentary nn said estate having been granted
te the undersigned, all persons indebted te
said decedent are reeucsted te make Immedi
ate settlement, and thee having claims or de
mands ajiainst the estate of still decedent te
make known the same te the undersigned
without delay, residing at Xe. 527 Wejt King
street, Lancaster, Pu.
FKTER ALLABACn, Executer.
B. F. Davis, Att'y. scpie Stdeaw
ESTATK OF JOHN T031LIKSON, LATE
of Lancaitcr city, deceased. Letters tes
tamentary en said estate having been grant
ed te the undersigned, all persons indebted
thereto are requested te make immediate pay
ment, and these having claims or demands
against the same, will present them without
delay for settlement te the undersigned.
W. A.-Wiises, Attorney, sepG-Gdei
Fhiladslpbia. October 26. Fleur dull but
steady; superfine. f3 00350; extra 4 COtf
4 50; Ohie und Indi.ma family $5 376 0O;
Penn'a lamily $"lJg3 37; St. Leuis tumily
at iSZS iiG SO: Mintiesetd family S3 00 art 00:
S'r.igh- $0 O3S050; patent and hl(rli gradi-H
W 7Jf.iS 00.
Kye Heur scarce at KSO.
V heat linn with better demand : Xe. 2 West
ern IJ.-0 ji 13: renn'a. Ued il 12S1 ISffllllSK;
Amber $i I3S1 13.
Cern dull en local markets ; yellow at e;
Outs dull and easier: Xe. 1. White40ailc:
Xe. 2 tlo4Ue; Xo.3ile3c; Xe.2, MixeITe7Q
Jtye scarce at OSsSJl.
l'rovisieni quiet ; uif ss perk Jin IB 53 ; beef
hum 10 C01GM ; Indian m.vss beet nl I8 Hi ;
smekeil h:inis ll$12c; pickled ham- SJiJS'Jc:
bacon smoked shoulders GffiGJc ; salt ile 5U
i.aru easier ; city kettle at 5t28je : loe-e
buu-iieir.'Sc; prime steam J840d."H.
Butter firm for best grades ; Creamery
extra Sic : de geed te choice 2S3ilc; Bradford
county und New Yerk extra V3g23c: Western
reserve extra 2223c : de geed te choice in? e :
Bells flnn: Western Bcjervi- extra 23J24e;
Fenn'a Fxtra 2-iS23c.
Egg's firm en .-carcity ; Penn'a Extra 2tE2lc;
Wesieti. Extra 22S2SC.
Cheese dull : ,ew Yerk full cream l.
lc; Western full cream 12J13c; de lair
teunnd HI2e: de half skitn lOlOJc.
' Petroleum dull : roflned 12c.
Whisky active at $1 11.
Seeil Heed te prima clever dull nt$6.0&
73: Timethy nominal at $i70f?2): Fhixsee'i
New xerK iliurRet.
Xkw VeitK.Oct.2V Fleur tateand Western
steady ; moderate business for expert trade;
hupertlne, at "! 8UI 3"i: extra de nt
Jl 2581 5(1 ; choice, de, $4 55?4 7.; fancy de
$1 8jiSC0O: round hoop Ohie f4 70 ; clmfee le
at 3 iOgG 00 ; superii tie western W 801 25:
common te geed extra de H 23?4 70; choice
de 4 75?U f0 ; choice white wheat de il C
fit Bex Southern steady ; common te tnir ox ex
tr.i i 01f3" 5): eoeil te eiie!c- de J5 53gG 75.
Wheat JiHe better, ahd medcralelv notive ;
xe. a e.i, Oct., $i 1754 ; de s "".. i ni iy. .
duDec. ?1191 lS'i; de Jan., tl2i; Xe. "1
W lilte. Dee.. 1 10K.
Cern 4Jc better, modurate trade: Mixed
western spot. .r3fi5.'i3c:ile iutiin,.53Jj83BJj;-.
Oats a shade stronger ; o.Xev. 3SUe :de Dec.
C9?ic; State 334Jc Western. 36Jif?43e
Mexiur, Oct. S3. The receipts of beeves
at the West Philadelphia yard for past week
were 3,300 head: Xerth Philadelphia yard,
570 head. Total, 4,8:0 In ad.
Beeves The market during tl e early jiatt
of the week was unsettled and prices for the
common grades were rather lower, although
at the close i he feeling was steady. We quote
Extra at HXQ:K'' t geed, 4&5&c; medium,
4"j?15c; common. Slc; bulls aud cows, i
3c ; i resh cows, $30 te $55 per head :
BALES AT THE WEST PHILADELPHIA TAIUI.
150 Reger Maynes, Western Va. and Wcntern,
40 Owen Smith. West Va.. account of J. B.
Beverley: 30 de., Y. Beverley: 32 ile. Ja.
Snwden. Jr.; 20 de., James Kudabuugh,
250 E. S. & B. F. McFlllcn, West Yu , gross. iQ
5S7 A.'aj J. Christy, Weat Va., gloss, 45Jc.
I2)Ulman& Lehman Bres., V. Va., acoeunt
et Lebmman Bres.; 17 le., James Saw Saw
den : -.0 Western, account of Levi Scnsen
iir: 22 de., R. F. Frater;S0 S. Ohie, ac
count of Jehn Me relc, gross, 4J5c.
37 .las. Clcinsen. Western Fa., account erJus.
tusDunn: 40 Maryland, Leathery & Ce.,
17 Dennis Siitvth, Mil., account of IL C. La w
dcr ; SI Ohie, account t A. C7 Montgom
ery; 25 Fa., account et Jehn Mcighen ;
2Jde.. Jnstin Dunn, gross, 45"c.
ls Jehn McArdle, S. Ohie.SJigCc; 120 West
Va., gross, 4'S5e.
103 Daniel Murphy, Wet Vn. and Penn'a,
314 Lewenstefn Ac Adler, Western Penn'a.,
25"i G. Schamiierg & Ce., West Va. and West
Fa., gross, -iJ35Jc. i
111 t. fecuectz, uesiern a., gross, WQiic
S II. Chain, jr., Wet Viu.en account 01 Wat Wat
eon A Fisher: 23dO. B. F. Bailev: 17 de.
J. II. O'Neill, Ki-e33, SVfitKc
2" Daniel Smyth & Bie., West Va., account
of Cluis, Getr ; CI de, own account ; 45 de,
A.Ward; 19 de, II. R. Barnes: 20 Ohie,
account et it. K. Frater. giess, .'!"463e.
siO L. Hern. West Va., gross, 3klKc.
13.1 Bachmun & Levi, West Va., account et
Reynolds & Findlay ; 90 de, own account,
2.1 A tic Ostluim, West Va.. gross, 3j4V;e.
1 11 Schamherg & Paul, We-t Va.. gross, 3y,QJ)i.
i-ju .u. i.evi, vesi 11., gross, a5ai.ic.
S2 James Anil, Western, gross, 4Q37c. 1
70 James Eustace, West Vu gross, 3if)c
IS S. Dreiflis, West-rn, gross. 4lc. 1
4u 11. uuain, est a., gross, iyi'in-iyAy..
fehcep and lambs were fairly active during
the week, although at the close te-day prices
were easier. Wcquete Extf at fljc ; geed, 4)
fe5c. ; medium, 4Cai)c. i common, 4glVc. ;
culls. 23iCc. ; stock ewes, $J.75g3.50; West
ern I'enn.i., Lambs 41Xffl(!c: Chester county
Arrivals at. Wuat Philadcl)hU vards, 7.000
he id; ether yards, 7,000 head. Total. ll.(M)
head. Samuel'blewait sold cei head el dressed
sheep at GJjSc.
Hogs wei-e 111 fair demand, but puces weic
a fraction lower. We quote extra Chicagees
at 7jC ; geed at VAfi'y.c ; Mixed OJ37e. Ar
livuls at all yards 7,5(W head.
OctO her C1.
New Your Srecitg.
a. t. a. St. T. st. r. at. r. M
10:25 11:25 12:30 2:15 3-Wi
Erie IC. II 43 43W ii 43i
Michigan s. & L. S...114ii liili .... Ill
Michigan Cent. K. IL.1C0 1U.-.& KCi 105
liiieagu it . v 11 ', iiu l '; iu
Chicago, M .t St. T...104 lOJJ IQltf 101
Han. St. J. Coin 41
" " P'td.... 8.J
Teledo & Wabash.... 43
Ohie Missis-ippi. .. X
bt. Leuis, I. M.&S.lt.. 51
Uularie and Western. 24V-
C C. A l.C. It. It 18
New Joisey Central.. 76J.B
1...1 r. if... 1 .... '....! e-.-.r
liel.. iaick.& Western 95 0:.S W
Western Union Tel
101 101; 101Ji 101
Pacific Mail S. S. Ce.
r?i Z 4
Kansas & Texas
.New 01k Central
Cleveland & l'ltt-i....
Chicago & Iteck I
Pittsburgh & Ft. W...
American U.Tel. Ce.
Pelinsvlvaniii It, It....
Phil'a. & Ueading
Northern Pacific Cem
I'hll'afc Erie It. II....
Un U. It's- or N.J
Central Trans. Ce
SJ .... 37i
tt 01 01?i
a 11 ?J
.... 1H ....
'.... V-l I...
'.... 13 '....
.ecal stocks and nei.d.
LuucCity C per ct. Le:in,liis 1S50.. .$110
" 1S85... 100
" 1890... 100
" " IS03... 100
" 5 per ct. in 1 or 30 years. . 100
Lane, and Quarryv'e IL It. bend 10)
" " " stock.... 50
Lancastcrand Ephrataturnnlke... i
Lanc,EUzabetht'n anitMiddlet'n.. 100
Lancaster and Frnltville turnpike. 0
Lancaster and Lititz turnpike 25
Lancastcrand Maner turnpike 50
Lancaster und Manhcitn turnpike i5
Uincasterand Marietta turnpike.. 25
Lane and cw Helland turnpike.. 100
Lane, and strasbnrg turnpike 2n
Lane. andSusqueliannu turnpike.. 300
Lane, and Willow Street tutiifilke. 25
Farmers' Nat. Hank et Lancaster.. . 50
First Nat. I tank of Lancaster Iu0
Lancaster County Nut. Lank 50
Inenlrcr Printing Ce 50
I Lanc.Gas Light and Fuel Ce. stock. 23
1 ' bends.
TUESDAY EVENING, OCT. 26, 1880.
HOME 11 ABROAD.
THE HISTORY OF A DAY.
CRIME AND CASUALTY.
FIBES AND XURDERS.
AFGHAN AMEER ASSASSINATED.
GOT. HKXOKICKS'S XEPJIEW
GENERAL TELEGRAPHIC NEWS.
ARSON AND MURDER.
Crime In the Southwest.
Galtesten, Tex., Oct. 20. A special
dispatch from Eagle Pass says that the
store and residence of Mrs. A. Burks, was
burned yesterday ; less $8,000.
At Richmond an attempt was made te
barn the court house last niht.
A special from Fert 'Werth say3 a man,
supposed te he R. P. Bull, a private detec
tive and formerly editor of the Democratic
Pres$ at Gainesville, Arkansas, has been
muidered by unknown parties. He was
killed with an axe while asleep. There is
no cine te the perpetrators.
.MICHAEL 11EXDRICKS DEATU.
The Nephew of the rx-Uoverner Murdered.
Dexyer, Cel., Oct. 20. A despatch
from Lcadville says the body of Michael
Hendiick", said te be the nephew of ei ei ei
Governer Hendricks, of Indiana, was
found murdered three miles from that
place. It is supposed he was killed by the
two MeCalhim brothers, yemier Hen
dricks having been implicated in the mur
der of their brother and acquitted.
AN ODD SUICIDE.
llliiiiclf at the Meri
New Tens, Oct. 20. A man supposed
te be Fiederick J. Yegel deliberately
shot himself this morning at the entrance
te the Morgue en 20th street. He left a
letter-stating that the cause of the deed
was alcohol, and, furthermore, that it was
nobody's business why he had taken his
life. The deceased is a fine looking man
and evidently a German.
MY WIRE AND UAliLK
Ist-i.sef the Afternoon Condensed.
WiUam Cawthrow, of Terente, died to
day. He was weith $(5,000,000.
ParneH's secretary, Henley, has been
arrested at the instance of the Biiti.ih at
The steamer Trader binned te the
water's edge at Memphis, Tcnii., te-day.
Abram C Moere, late tax collector, has
-sued the Dever (Del.) Shite Sentinel for
William ScUms te-day bought thu Mid
vale steel work, mar Xiecfewn, Pa., for
Kernsiug the Tllle et" I'rlnee.
Losdex, Oct. 20. A Berlin dispatch te
the St. James Gazelle this morning say.s :
Gen. Count Yen Meltkc, chief marshal of
the empire, has refused the title e
prince, offered him by the emperor of
Germany en the occasion of the eightieth
anniversary of the count's birlh, which oc
VvAsmxr.TOX, D. C, Oct. 20. Fer the
Middlp states, cloudy or partly cloudy
weather, with occasional rain, higher tem
perature, falling barometer, heutheastcrly
winds,-possibly followed in the western
portion en Wednesday morning by rising
barometer and northwesterly winds.
SefToealieii anil Heming.
New Yeke, Oct. 20. A fue eccuued
this morning iu a lodging house, Xe. 1S2
Washington street. Jeseph Connelly, a
public porter, was suffocated te death, and
Jonathan While, a fanner, was terribly
burned. Less by fire, 83,000.
l'letirliig Mill llnrned.
nAttr.isBUite. Pa., Oct. 20. The Three
Pain flouring mill of Elliett Reblcy, near
Huntingdon, was destroyed by fire yester
day. Less, $12,000 ; no insurance. The
fire ignited in the engine room.
ANAKCIIY IN CAl'.t'L.
llcperteit Murder et the Ameer.
Londen, Oct. 20. It is stated en un
doubted authority that anarchy leigns iu
C'abul and that the Ameer has been mur
dered. The lJasutes Cut ilie TelegTaj.li.
Londen, Oct. 20. A telegram from Dui
ban auneuuecs that the Rasute? have cut
the land lines of telegraph between that
place and C:nc Ccleny.
Xiiii I'lencli Kcllgluun 'Orders.
Paris, Oct. 26. It h understood that
the French government has decided ttf
dissolve all non-authorized religious orders
before Chambers reassemble.
liu'.leilng Iiish Agllier!.
Dublin, Oct. 20. It net imprelable
some of the speakers at the recent land
meetiugs will be included in a list of per
sons te be indicted.
AT A MKKTJNfl OF TI1K HOARD OF
Managers of the Lancaster mid Frultville
Turnplki! 1:0ml Company held en the nth dny
OCTOUElt, IsM), a dividend nt'iy, percent, was
declared, pavable at the Hanking IleunC O
ltced A Hendersen. Lancaster, l'a., en and
after November 1, 1S3J. I. CAltPENTEIt,
THE MONTHLY MEETING Or THL"
Ladies' Citv Tract i? icictv will be helil en
TUESDAY EVENING at 7J o'clock in Tilnity
Lutheran Chapel. The atlendaiceef all dis
tributors is desired, liusim.- et importance
and election of officers.
ANNIE M. GCNDAKEK,
A.11KETINO Ol" THESTOUKUOLDLKS
of the Lancaster and rruUvllle Tnrnpiki
Kead Cempiny will be held en MONDAY
NOVEMBER 1,1889, attheOfflcoet thn Sccre
tary, CI North Duke street, Lancaster. Pa., be
tween the hears of 2 and 4 p. m., ler t!i clcc
tlen of officers for tlic ensuing y ar,
vreric: te buxeiis.
i OUR. NEW
REAL ESTATE CATALOGUE
Fer OCTOBER. Is new ready ler
Examine it before buyins a home.
e'.C-atilS.T&WR 3 Nert!) Duke Street.
THAT FLORIDA FRAUD.
new CHAIRMAX OARNCM SCAH'S
And Wants te Ktiev Why he Should Sus
pect that Democratic Repeaters were
laCQtMTKB3 Natiesai. BcsteciLvna
9, 1:90. S
CosenTTKc. iss Fifth avesux.
NEW 10EK. Oot-23, 1;3
Te the Editor Of the Evening VeU
Snt : My time is se occupied with meas
ures te defeat the d:spcrate attempts of
the Republican managers te control the
presidential election by bribery aud fraud
that I may justly complain that I am com
pelled te turn aside ler the moment te
netice the shameless assault upon me in
the Evening Pext of Saturday last. Its edi
tor knows very well that nothing has been
dene iu relation te the tclerrain of Mr.
Jewell, the chairman of the Republican
national committee, te the collector of
Key "West, announcing, his shipment of
men te that place, te justify a comparison
of the matter te the rummaging of an
overcoat accidentally left hanging in a
That telegram, as the libclcr was fully
aware, was accidentally included in a bun
dle of telegrams received by a subordinate
of mine, in the regular ceurse of business,
ler the express purpose of examination.
Therefore, Improperly learned thecentcuts
of the telegram. Xe geed citizen willdeay
that if it had disclosed an iutcntien te as
sault and rob an individual, it would have
been my duty, when the fact was re
potted te me, te take measures te pre
vent the perpetration of the crime. Docs
ilie Evening Pe$t held that it is a lesser
crime te invade a state aud rob it of its
presidential vote and of the choice of its
officers? If it docs I differ from it, audi
am willing te abide by the judgment of
uptight and intelligent' men of every party.
If the Evening PvSl admits thecrimu te be
as great, then it is in the position of abus
ing me for doing what every hencht man
But the Evening iW pretends that be
fore using the telegram I should have in
quired of the guilty party what it meant.
Whoever heard "before that a criminal
whose ui!t was accidentally discovered
should be advised of the fact before steps
were taken te precut the accomplishment
of his intended crime ?
I was net called upon te give Mr. Jewell
an opportunity te make the abaiud pre
tence that the telegram was a warning
against Democratie repeaters, because I
knew that such a pretense would be false.
Mr. Jewell's language in the telegram was
net that of a man exposing an attempted
ciimc by his adveisaiics, but that of ene
declaring his own work. It expressed no
warning, but announced a fact, and that
fact was the .sending of 8.10 men te Flerida
by Mr. Jewell's procurement.
Besides, hew absurd it is, after the
whining cry about a " solid Seuth," te
flighted the Northern people from voting
for a gallant Union soldier, te ask them te
believe that the Democratic party were
sending repeaters te the Seuth te make it
As te the pretence, that the men were
sent te FJeiiiia te weik en a railroad, why
slieuld the Republican national committee
trouble itself about railroad laborers?
The falseness of these pretcmes is shown
by the fact that though Mr. Jewell has the
custom house and thu pest oflice at bis
command, aud the telegraph company,
naturally annoyed by the mistake it made,
is anxiouste help him te the utmost, and
the owners of the vessels will give him all
the information they have, he is unable te
connect any Democrat with the sending of
the men, or te show that they wcre te
weik upon any railroad, except the fraud
ulent one upon which Mr. Jewell sought te
lay a track te Ihe White Heuse.
The fact remains beyond controversy
that 3Ir. Jewell has been caught in au at
tempt te eairy the Fleiid.i election by
fraud. Every s-ens-.ble man knows that
the success of such schemes must be fatal
te the perpetuity of republican institu
tions. Vet the Evening Pest is silent when
such attempts ate made, but eager te help
the guilty te escape when they are caught.
It winks at the criine, and libels theso
who expese it. When the p.ircr wascditcd
by Bryant & Leggctt it had a high rank
by icaseii of the elevation of its tone and
the vigor with which it denounced every
wrong. Hew gicat the descent te its pres
ent eetti.se ! William II. Bakncm.
Brandy as a ledieine.
The lollewliiK article waa voluntarily sent te
Mr. II. K. slaymaker, Aent for ICeiart'n Old
Wine Mere, by a prominent piuctNinx physi
cian el tills county. i he hut exteiidiwly used
thu Brandy relerred te In his regular piacticc.
It is commended te the attention of the-e af
Indigestion and Dyspepsia.
BRANDY AS A MEDICINE.
This nev much abused Aleoheli'; Mliuulaut
was never intended .te a beverage, but te be
used ai a meilieini:er;reat potency iu thecurn
of some et the de-trueli-.e diseases, which
sucep aw ay their annual thousands of victims.
Willi n ptiivly phliautluopie motive we pre
sent te the favorable netiee et invalids espe
cially these uiiiieled with that miserable din
ease" Wyseepsia, a -pecilic remedy, which 11
nothing meie or less than
The ax!), with leeMu appetite and mere or
lt debility, wilt iind tins simple medicine,
wl.eu u-ed pieperly.
A Sovereign Remedy
' or all their Ills and aches. ISu it, however
.strictly understood that no pn'sciibe and u-e
but ene ailieli . and t!ut H
KEIGAItTS OLD BRANDY,
held by our rnterpri-sinx yunj friend, II 1
.SIAYMAKKK. This llrandy h:u .steed Ilie
te.,1 ler year.s, and law nuvcr falied. as fur
as our experience extends, mid wu therefore
gtve it the pielerence overall ether Hrundics,
neinatler-.vith hew many jaw-bre-akliifj French
titles they are branded. Ono-!euitli of thu
money that is j early thrown away en various
impotent dyspep-ii.i specific would sulllce te
buy all the llrandy te euro any such case or
ea-c. In pi oef 01 the curative power et
Heigart'a Old Branay,
In r.iM-i et Dyanepsl.i, we can summon num.
bui. e: witnesses one euse In particular we
A hard-working farmer had been uillictcd
with au exhaustive Iypepiia ter a number of
yeais; his stomach would reject almost every
kind of foed: he had sour eruttatieua con
stantly 110 appetite in fact, he nut obliged te
restrict Ids diet te cracker, and Malt; bread,
and a a be erase he. used MclJi-.iim', Knet
Beer. He is a Methodist, rind then, as new,
preached nt Urn.., ami in Ids dlscenries often
declaimed earucitly aaiustall kinds of strong
drink. When advised te try
Reigart's Old Brandy,
In his cine, he looked up with astonishment
but alter keurinj; of Its wonderful el!ia:U in
the caies of some of his near acquaintance., Iu
at last consented te fellow cir advlte. He
used the IJi-andy falthluliy and steadily; the.
tirst bottle giving him an. appetite, and before,
this iccend w a-s taken he was a sound mun.with
a stomach capabh-e! dijjcstingar.y thing which
he'cho&e te cat. He ti:! keep It and Uf.es a lit
tle occasionally; und bfnee nc ha, this medi
cine he has been or very tittle nccunt-try bene
fit te the doctor. A 1'iucnsise Puvsiciajt.
II. E. SLAYMAKER.
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