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LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER, WEDNESDAY, FJEftllUAKY 6, 1884.
, . a a W Maa W
ritAtiiu iikatii or
Olivia II In Pate While TijIiiR tci t'nliiiull
it I'elimjr II U llimjr Net Vel
Lnnt night between tlie hours of lOntid
II o'clock u burglar who In unknown wui
ncoldeutiilly shot nnd Idled whlle trying te
oiled mi ontraneo te tlie elgnr factory of
Ktelder A Kendig, in the villus of
Saltinga. Ah Im wull known, thin vlllnge
In situated en the Pennsylvania riili riili
reail nnd llnrtisburg turnpike, nbuut
seven miles west el Mill city. The turn
pike N a gieat thoroughfare ami the travel
ever It li tieuvy. Thu uumber of triiuin
who tnlm the reatl is very i;ru;it nnd for
Heme time ptst u gang of that net t of geti
tleincu have been lunging nieuml Salun
mt. Dining the pist week n nttinber el
Iieunch mill places of business In the
tiulghborhued hnve been brokeu open and
lebhud by burglars nnd suspicion fastoned
upon the tramps an being the guilty
parties, The prople of the village, nnd
indeed the uiillru neighborhood, became
alarmed at tluue frequent outrages, mid
they worn almost ulrulil te rutlre lit night.
On Saturday mid during yesterday n gang
el four or llve men worn noting in n sus
picious uiaiiurr around the village, nnd
among thorn wan the one who was killed.
Hunt Ul'iiu AlUrhlff.
He vIMtcd the cigar factory of Kroider
A. Iveudig seveinl tinies dining the day
mid wan given tobacco upon asking for It.
It appealed te thu peeple about tlie plnoe
that he mid lit.- companions were bout
upon luUebkf. On fcLiturihiy this llrm
(iiieked a large let of clisurs wlileh they
had sold uud vnire te ship iti u low tlnys.
Junta couple el uliilits bofero that a cigar
faoteiy In the uolghbeihood bud been
robbed mid the II mi concluded te put a
man in the place te guard the property.
On Monday night a German in the employ
of the Hi in remained at the factory.
llie 1 rugriiy.
List night Mr. Teblns HtntitTer, father-In-law
(if Mr. Kreider and one of the beat
known citizens el the neighborhood,
stated that he would lemalii at the factory
with the hired man who was very tired
and needed test. Early In the evening the
Herman fell asleep, but Mr. Stuulier to te
inalncd awake and stirring. Shortly after
10 o'eleck he buaid seinu oiie trying ene
of the shutters ns though attempting te
pry it open. Finding It was impossible te
ellect mi eutrmice in this way, they went
around te two diligent doers which they
ondcaveted te open without sucecss. Mr.
Staullur listened te the uioveiueuts of the
burglars for s me titiiu mid llually tliej'
went te the main deer of the building,
which they tried te open by inserting a
key. Tina they could net de as thorn was
a kny in the iiihlde. In the mcantime Mr.
StaunVr became gicatly excited and be
concluded te llrighten oil the burglars.
Fer fear he might be itjurcd he picked up
a double barrelled gun which vt.iH laying
in the room ami walked te the deer nnd
0eucd it. As toen ns be had
done se a man grabbed held of
his light arm mid endeavored
te pall him down the steps. Mr. titaull'ur
attempted te push him away and n Strug Strug
gle ensued. The gun, which was heavily
leaded, was ace deutally discharged, when
the 111U.7.I0 was pointed tewaids the bur
glar and was but a oeuplo of feet from
bun. The whele lead of shot outercd his
breast and he fell heavily te the ground.
He at ouce arose mid ran a short distance,
but again fell ami died in a few mo
ments. An examination was made of tlie man
at en co, and a chirel, such as le used by
buiglarti, was found in his baud. He had
twekej In his pockets and two pennies,
but there were 1.0 papers or anything ou
his perseu by which tils name or place el
rcsidcnce could be learned. Frem the
noises ninde it is beliuvcd there were a
number of tlie burglais, but Mr. Staulicr
saw only the man who was killed.
This meripiig an iuqucht was held ou the
body tf tbe man by Deputy Corener L. L.
Heed, who summoned a jury composed of
I), S. HauUuiK, .1. II. Stauller, li. F. Asten,
.Jacob M. Stauil'cr, Jehn Weadmau and
Samuel McOilt. The verdict rendered was
that " thu unknown man came te bis death
by the acciiieiit.il dmeharge of a gun, in
the hands of Tobias Htauller, in a scuttle,
while trying te prevent baid unknown man
Irem entering a cigar factory."
After the inquest thu dead burglar was
brought te this city and taken te tlie alms
house The body is new lying in tbe dead
house of the institution, where it may yet
be ideutiticd. Tlie deceased apparently
watt between 'J5 and -10 years of age, nnd
about llve leet, six Inches lu height. He
bad brown hair and moustache, slightly
mixed with gray, and bad just been veiy
neatly shaved. His eyes are brown. He
was very well dicsscd, with a plain black
facie coat, barred pantaloons, a vest of
gray and black mixed nnd a blue llannel
shirt. His shoes are almost new and
have laccrs. The stockings are of gray
and brown mixed. He wero a small blue
cap in which ate the words, " II. Streuse,
The Man Who hli'it the 1'nler.
Mr. StnufTcr is a man of CO years of age,
he is mi excellent citron and is highly re
spected by tbe people in tbe uoighberhood
where be rebldus mid has a family of
grown children. He came te town this
morning for the purpose of giving himself
up te the nutherilics. He consulted coun
sel mid was told that as the coroner's jury
had found thu affair te be an accideut, he
could go home, which he did. Of oeurso
it is a sad nllair, and no ene regrets it
mere than Mr. Staullur, who dislikes the
idea of having taken a man'fl life, but it Is
plain te all that it was nn accident mid
probably it was ns well for Mr StaulTer
that It oecurred, us n fight might bnve
eusued mid the burglar, with the assist
ance of li tends, could easily have disposed
of him. Thu dead man was undoubtedly
au old thiel' and his sudden death may be
a lessen te the ethers who have been
hanging uruiud Saltinga.
COI.UMIIIA M i:tu.
l'runi llur Ucgulur Uorrrnjieiiiiuui,
Indications for n breakup en the river
Le, which may cause damage. The Vigy
owl dltd yesterday ; It will be Btudud mid
placed In engine heuse. Columbia Q, A.
H. pest sent 80 men te pnrtlolpnte hi the
1auoanter parnde. Vigilant fhe oempany
have 17 new mombera ; their ball prom prem
ises te be a success. Qcorge Hnrdnole's
funernl largely nttended j 80 Hed Men nnd
'111 Shawnee flremeii were pr Beut lu uni
form. Many Shawnce nt special meeting
In Saleme Presbyterian ohapel hht night.
t;eiumuia nre company lair committee
meet tomorrow night ; Orieu ledge Odd
Fellows te-night. Methodist cliureh
lecture room packed at revivnl Borvlcea Inst
Will Shonbergcr Is ontertnlnliif: Jehn
Hoislnger, of Yerk. Invitations te golden
wedding of Mr. nnd Mrs. Daniel Btape
have been IrsueiI for 10th. Hnverly's
minstrels te night. Handsome bouquet
presented te J. V. Jller by lady friends
nt banquet In his honor nt Warren's.
New P. It. It. crossing nt Locust
otreot used llrst time this morn
ing. Qoergo O. Merris, P. It. It.
brakeman from Harrisburg had his right
hand crushed whlle coupling ears iu tbe
west yards last night. Scheel beard pur
chased let nt Third nud Poplar for new
school building, 00x121 feet in dimensions.
Trnraps new go te the lookup Instead of
te the county prison by the wholesale
Oliver Hurg wns slightly bruised by the
fall of supporting pests of a bin In Hess'
coal yard, Monday nltorneon ; he would
bnve been crubhe.l had net the timbers
fnllen acres t'ue rU; of u Jftilread siding,
IJnnUiet He f, U. Illckity.
A tolegram from Carllsle this morning
announces the death at that place at 0:30
n. in. of Hev. James 0. Hlckev, forraerly
pister of Ht. Mnry's ohureb, this elty. The
deceased had been lu 111 health for sorne
time, but the news of his sudden denth to
day comes with n painful shock te his
many friends lu HiIh community, The
immediate eauiu of his death was oengos
Hen of the liver, with whleh he had been
troubled for nome time
Father Hiokey was beru In County Tip
perary, Ireland, Oct. 8, IB 1 1 , mid was con
scipiently In tlieCI I year of his age. He
was educated in Waterferd oellego, Ire
land, whero he was ordained a priest lu
1805. After spending llve years en Eng
lish missions, he came te America, te tbe
diocese of Harrisburg, and was appointed
te duty lu Drumere mid rjafe Harber, In
the lower portion of this county. Iti 1871,
ou thu departure of Father O'Counell, nt
that time Father Keeuaii's assistant, te
Ireland in soareh of leit health, Father
Hlckey was appointed te the vaoauey.
Ou the death of Father ICepiiau, In
1877, Father Hlckey nrsuined control of
Ht. Mary's parish, lemalnlug in that ollleo
until January 1831, when the burden of
the work being tee much fur him In the
fetible state of his health, he was called te
Harrisburg nnd was assigned occasionally
te uilrsleu duty nt Steelten and adjelnlug
points In Dauphin county. In the summer
of 1882 he was made pastor of Ht, Pa
trick's church, Carlisle, which odlce he
held nt the time of his death. During
Father Hlokey's Htay In this elty, he dhf
much for thocnuse of religion nnd educa
tion. Under his ndmlrditratlen sisters of
charity were brought from nbread te
minister te the wauts of the orphans
and parochial schools were established.
He had deeply intrenobed himself
in the allectieiis of his parishioners at St.
Mary's, and much regie t was occasioned
by his dopartute te ether Holds of mlssleu
work. Hh brief pastorate nt Carllsle
gained for him many frlends, his popular
Ity extcuding te ether denominations than
his own. The deceased has nevcr enjoyed
geed health since n full from n slelgh iu
The date nnd plsoeofhls fuueral have
net yet been llxed, but It Ih prebable that
It will take place in Lancaster inobedlenoo
te tils known wishes expressed en many
llelncn A Dim t llriimiire.
Chalmers Wicks, n son of Mr. Kdward
Wicks, of Wicks' mill, fell last week
while perfeimlng gymnastics nnd breke
The entertainment held last week
at Faitlleld, for the benefit of Zion
church, was a very pleasant success,
and the church extends its warmest
thanks te the managers and their co
workers for the handsome sum realized.
The Drumere correspondent of the
L'lueistcr Inquirer is in error when
he says that the Inti:m.iui:ncku's
correspondent at Drumere Is " ouvleua "
of tbe lyceuin held at Liberty Square.
Whether the charge be made in fun or in
nil seriousness the imputation of oevy en
the part of the Intkm,iek;,tei; corres
pondent is certaiuly amusing.
A l'rnpeut le a I'lkater.
The members mid frlends of Middle
Octerarn Presbyterian ohureb, In
Hart township, recently presented their
pastor, Hev. W. U. Caiues, with a
fleo new cutter sleigh from the
shops of J. I). Harper, of Chrlstiaua.
It was un acccpuble present nnd a pleas
ant surprise, ns he knew nothing of It
until he found it In his bam.
The committee of teachers en perma
nent certificates will held a meeting for the
examination of applicants for permanent
ecrtiflcntes, iu the high school building,
this elty, ou Feb. 23.
1 lie lejurcd Arnl).
The Arab who was struck by the tialu
at Leuinu Place yesterday is doing very
well at the hospital, ami he wns net ns
seriously injured ns was nt flrrt supposed.
Nala el Itenl KtUte.
W. H. Wilsen, esi., has sold his let at
the north west corner of Fruderick and
Lime streets, tef 70 feet front mid !)00 feet
back, te Frederick Hoefol for 41,200.
This morning the mayor had elgbt vu
grauts and one drunk. The former wure
discharged and the latter committed for l.r
'1 Imnervlces appointed for ttiU evening In
HI. l'liul's Itelermed church are postponed,
ami tliecongruKatleu U Invited te the I'rejliy I'rejliy
terlitn ehnrcli te hear Mrs lturracat en tlie
sul)ect of Foreign MUilens.
Jehn t). MHhler will erlii llartliolemuw's
trained horses te this city en February IStli,
nut they will remain, a week. J. A. Verke?,
advance ugunt, anil u member et the (1. A. 1(.,
U In ten n nriniiKlug tlie ttme ler thu homes.
A Werd UnuteU.
Woaie pleuscil te call attention te tlie ml
verllstmunt or Day's celolirateil tenp, nnd In
the sanie conned Ien, te the ' word contest,"
which the proprietors desire our scholars te
enter Inte, with a list or prizes te he awarded
therefer. Tlie nun Is one et thu heat known
In thu country. They are rullable, and will
lerward prizes us icr agreement, and above
all tlielr soup is well worth trying, by reason
et Its ci eat inerlt as a labor saver nuilnhulp
te every houekoopor.
Ata meeting et "the Jellerjen club," Men
day evenlng, (February -till), the following
resnlutleiiM were unanimously adepted:
Wukbkas, David McMnllun, esq., was so se so
lrcteit the candidate ler Mayer et Lancaster
eiiy, uuu ii is Kuneruuv iiosireu, wuneai reior reier
(iiicu te rarty, that thu successor nt Mayer
Jehn 1. Jlaouenlgloshall uoauiaiioruniiues ueauiaiioruniiues uoauiaiieruniiues
tlouuit honesty anil ability, se that his admin
istration enjoyed by tlie citizens et Lancaster
Uurlim the past six years.
tnii whereat, David McMullen, esq.. Is well
qualltled for tlie olllceot Mayer by lcasonet
his experience us a member et Council, ami
hl acknowledged ability auU uusullleit char
Jtetehctl, That " Tlie Jeffersen Club," an or
ganization In the Interest et honest govern
ment, ilecs liereby iiioitge Us support by ull
honorable mcutiH te secure thu election et
David McMullen. esq , te the ollleo for which
he wh nominated.
Attest- WSI.T. JKirrKKIKB.
" The Taurlsti," This company will be In
Fulton opeia heuse Friday evening. A Trey
paper snjss "The 'Pullman car 'ieurlsts,'
pulled up ut Hand's opera heuse, last evening,
te nn overflowing heuse, presenting their ex
cellent coTblnatlen of luicu, song and dance
Almest uninterrupted beany laughter, et tlie
kind that mukes one's side oeho, accompanied
the pei foruiance from first te last, Appiuuse
and onceies wure also showered upon each
lnoiuberof the company."
Hwtrlv't Mimtrelt. Fulton opera heuse
will doubtless be filled te overflowing te mor
row evenlng, when this oempany appears.
The Indiana, oils Journal saysi " Haverly's
minstrels played te a packed house last night,
and gave the best perforiuanbe ever witnessed
In this city. There Is ever u tene ei quiet rc rc
Unement about Haverly's minstrels that sur
rounds no ether company, and the men cul
tured and reilned patron will rind them u
source et pleasure nud amusement."
" Vlnaere " fifi t'enlri.-Theru will be n
vorylnrge nudlonce In Fulton onern heusu
this evenlnif, when this farorlte opera will be
buiih uy me Lancaster epera company. Tlie
portermanco will be tnterestlng, the ceituaiea
elegant nud the sluglng geed, The company
lias beuu wull drilled ami wilt give a satisfac
Physicians prescrloe Lolden's Ltquld Hec!
Tonle ler the wmk, worn, and dyspeptic.
Tithe no ethtr. u lwUceitw
llnril iii llfllevn.
It Is hard te believe that a man was cuieil of
Kidney Disease after his body was swellen as
big as a tan el, nud he had liceu Klveiiupns
liiournble anil lay nt dentil's iloer. Yet such n
eure wm iiccempll-hed by Kidney-Wert In
thu person et M. M, Dnvnreiux, of Ionia,
Mich., wliesuysi After tlilneen of tlie best
doctors In Detroit hud Riven me up, 1 wns
ennui by Kidney-Wert. 1 wnnt every ene te
knew what n been II Is.
riiyslcluus recommend porous plnsters In
casus of llach Actie, l.nme Hide, Hint Muscles,
Itheuintttlsm and nil local pains. Hep l'Un
ten nre the best tniule, combining Fresh Heps
with (iuins. Heady te use. pleasunl and pow pew pow
erful lu action, 2H els, at any drug store
Dp Nut Mnve llllmllr
(le rurnlullv In niiiehnslnu medicine. Mnnv
advertised remeiMes can work great Injury J
nre wnu iiiiin noun, luraoex iienci jiiucri
am purrlv u vegetable priparattent the
smallest child ran tnku thorn They kill dis
ease nnil euie the patient lu u silo unit kindly
wity. rer salu by II. II. Cochran, tlrugglM, 137
andiTi North Uuiiii street.
Dfpeml Upen It,
Mether Hhlpten's prephmles nnd Louisiana
eluctlens urn very uncurtain thing, but
Ihemni' hctectrlc ()ll enn be ilepenilml upon
always, it euros nenes uuu pains in nvmyiie
Ker sale bv II
Klst, V nnil 13'.) North Utieen stinet
Tlioelflco held by the kidneys li one et Im
portance. They net us natures sltice-wuy te
atrryell the extra llnjtilds fiem the system
nnd with thuin the liupiirlttrs both these that
nre tukuii Inte the stomach nud these that uru
formed In the bleed. Any clogging or Inac
tion of these organs Is therefore Important
Kidney- Wert Is natureV elllchmt militant In
keeping the Kidneys In geed working order,
strengthening tlium uud Inducing healthy
notion. If you would uet well nnd keep well,
"" "My BUtlitr
lias been ililng your Jlurdeck iltoett It Men ns
u liver lumeily. and llmls tnuin very elllca elllca
rleus." Clius. I,. Alnswertli, 41 Vanee llleck,
InillannpelN, Iml, Fer f ale by II, II. Cochran,
druggist, WuiiiI 139 North (jiieun stieet.
Orsri'.a Hav, Qdbkn'h 'eunTr, I
Nsw Yerk, April 11, l-Sl.
1 believe 1 have been saved Mem n terrible
Illness by Amxmji's 1'oheu.i 1'i.Asrmt.s.
About n month nge I wns uttneked wlllt n
violent pain lu my chest, accompanied by
lever and great dllllculty In breathing. I ap
prehended pneumonia, which Is si prevalent
atpiesent; 1 went le bnl and applied one
et Allcock's Plasters bin wee a my nlioulder
blades and two en my chest. In un hour my
breathing wnt much earer, In two hours the
pain hail lutt me, nnd tint next mernlni; I
awoke perfectly Irce from fiiver. I wcntabfiut
my business us usual unit utthoend efu week
took thu plasters ett.
Ker the lust ten yeais Allcock's I'lnslers
have been used bv my lamlly with thebisl
etlect In colds, cough), nud pain In the silo
and back. K. 11. HIIKUU'OOI).
lie sure te obtain " Allcock's " I'oreus 1'lss 1'lss
ter, nH nil ethers nre werthliss Imitations.
Des't t'lfle with threat uml lung allcctlens.
Take Hale's Heney et Ilorehennd ami Tar.
Pike's Toetlmchu Dieps emu In ene minute
llglit Years' Hcrelula Cored.
A valued correspondent, Albert Mmp'en,
cup, writing Irem l'uerla, lllsuys: "Hamaii
tan A'trvlne cured me of scrofula, utter hiving
suftnieil lerS years with the disease." Mr.
Simpsen lives In l'eerla. Ask him. Your
ilrugg 1st keeps It. H se. l.Vlwdeed.tw
Hiiinitlilni: fur nil tne rrmclicrs,
Ituv. II. II. t'rtlrall, It. D., editor et the ieiea
Methuttltt, says editorially, lu the November
(lssj) number of hlspApei : We have tested
thu merits et Klj 's Cicam llalui, and bolleve
that, by u thoieugh ceuise of treatment, it
will euro almost evury ea.-e of catnirh. Mln
Utcrs, m a elu.n. lire utUlcted with .lead uml
thnmt treutiluH, un.l catnrrn si-ems uiorepnv
vulent tlian nuir, We can net nceminuiul
Kly'sCieam llalm tee lilghly." Nntnlliiulil
nern suiitf. Applied te neitills with thu
tlmrer. !1 iwileeil.tw
Mniuers I Mntnnrsi Bl oilier
Are you illsturbeil ill nUht and broken et
your lest by n sick chlhl Biiirerlng unit crying
wit), the excruciating pain of cutting teeth ?
It se, gout ouce nnil Kt u botlleel MIIH. WIN
LO'HOOTlUN(i SlUDI'. It 111 lelleve
the peer little sullcrer liiiiueiliatuly lepeml
upon It ; there Is no mistake about It. Tliure Is
net n mother en earth wne has ever used It,
who will net tell you at once that It will
regulate thu txuveU and i;lw list te thu
mother, anil relict und health te the child, op
erating like magic. It lsperlectly salu te use
In nil cusert, ami plunsnnt te thu niile, uml Is
the prescription of one of tlie el leiliuid best
temaln physicians In the Unltr.l Stiitin. ni,
every wheru. '" cunts a nmt u.
tnw in hnnure ilnnltli.
t seems strnnuu that auv one will suiter
Irem the many (teningementH brought en by
an Impute condition et the bleml, when SCO
VlLL'flSAIlSAl'AltlLLAANDSTlLLlNdlA, or IILUOD AND I.1VKII BYllUl will restere
perlect health te the physical oigaulr.atlen. It
Is Indceil iisliuiigthenliig syrup, plunsnnt te
Uiku, and linn pi even Itselt te be the best
11 LOO I) 1'UIIIKIEU ever discovered, etleet
ually curing Seretuln, Hyphlltle illsenlers,
Weakness et thu Kidneys, Kiygfpelus, Mala
ria; all nervous disorders und debility, bil
ious complaints und nil discuses Indicating nn
Impure condition et the llloed, Liver, Mil
nuya, Stomach, Hklu, etc, it collects lnd'
gostlen, A single bottle will piove te you Its
meilts us n health ronewur, ler It ACTS LIKK
A CHAUM, espeehillv wlien the complaint Is
et nn exhaustive nuluru, huvlhtru teuduncy te
lessuu thu natural vigor et thu biatu uml tier
.,rt Kit's PAIN I'ANACKA cuius a pain In
innn und beast. Ker usu uxternally and Inter
nally. UKDIIOUSK l'OWDKIfi euro nil ilHeesus
f Iiorse, cattle, sheep, hogs, peultiy and all
Livestock A PUSlTlVKCUItK. majil-a
Ker sale at II. II, Cochran's drug sleui 137
North Oucen Btieut
C lC.lClNKYAltACKlAlt.CLlCAK fll.LKH
J only Scents, ut
IIAII'IMAN'S YKLLOW KltONT CIOAII
WANIKII-A VOUMl MAN AllUVr IK
yours el age nnd lair education lu n dry
goods store. Ailtlicss,
It Lancaster, P. O.
I 7lllt ItKNT-'lllA'l DKHIKAIILr, TllltlCK
' storied, imublii front rcsidcnce, Ne, VU
Kait King street ; hull and 11 looms ; ull med
ern conveniences anu in musi complete order.
ALLAN A. HKKH.t CO.,
10 2td MS Knst King Silent.
7STATK (IF FKAIs. .1 Of) f I'll 110111:1,
Inte et the City et Lancaster, dee'd Let
ters testamentary en suld estate having been
S ranted te the undersigned, an persons in
dited thurote uiu reqiiustcit te make Im
mediate payment, uml theso having claims
or demands against the came, will preuenl
them without delay for settlement te. the un
dersigned. JNO. A. (JiY LK.
DOtlTOIl LOllAN UKSlAly IN I.ANOAb
TKR. DR. LOGAN has yielded te the unanimous
request of his patients and the genendly ex
pressed wish et thu public
He has arranged Ids engagements olsewhero
satisfactorily, und has decided te leiiiaiu
The sick will Und liltu at Ills oftlce,
b 03. 14 & 10 Seuth Prluoe St.
I)UULIU SAI.n OF VALUAIILI-; MUKltt
Ouceu street properly, ut the Keystone
Housu, city el Luiicusiur, ut 7 o'clock, p, in.,
Oil 3AIUUIMI, t I'.IIUU All! V, IBHI, COIlSISl
lllg Oi n TWO-STORY IIU1LD1NG, With buck
building attached und let et ground, lrentliig
en North Queen Btrcet, thirty-two leet ( 31 ),
mere or less, und extendlugln depth ene hun
dred and elghty-llvu feet (ls3), mere or lees,
with right ever unit through n 3 feet wide
alley running east waul te Christian stieet,
Hltuate Nes -217 uud 'iVJ North (Jueeu street,
Terms made known at sale by
MRS. LEVI McCOMSKY.
HRtinr buusuxT, Auct, JW,tcL.'21e,71813;i
IIKUUUTIMN IN 1'ltlUKt).
February 15, 1884.
UNTIL Till'. AllOVK DATK (AT WHICH T1MK WIC. TAKK 8TOCK) WK ONTKK A
Straight Reduction from Our Regular Prices
25 TO 33tf PER CENT., FOll CASH.
Our Goods nre KIHST.OLAB8 In overy Dopnrtment.
We are thoreushly Equipped for
4-8toie will be cleicd ut 0 p. iu. overy
et !Kl, W) uml 10D nt
HIILIDAt.tlN I ll. K.I
OW KUONT LIO Ml
IUOKI M1IDNAI. I'lAMI lUUVMi.
l'lanes nnil Kuinlture moved at Hliert no
tice. Orders by mull solicited. Over I.oeo
pianos mevcit lu tlireii yents.
AUll. F. JIKINOKIIL,
febl-lfd Ne.8.'0N. Uiiecn Ht., Lantiistei.
Nr.W IIAnillUUO KIIUINOIAT MIWK..1T
prleei. New Damask Towels. 1 yd nnd
12 In. long nnil !l iii. wide, only -riots. New
llarrcil Muslins, thu very best steum dressed
feathers at Lewest l'i Ices ut
lunlO-Smillt Ne. no Net tb Oucun street.
SWKKT UAI'OItAI, OLD JUIIUK,
Union Club, Union Jack, Our Little
Pilet, Stephmiln, Veteran und ntlierCtgaiuttes
at bnltem prices nt
HAKTMAN'S YKLLOW FItONT CIOAII
.1 Tlie annual meeting or the stockholders
or thu Columbia tc l'ert Deposit Kullreait
Company will be held ut the elhce of thu com
pany. Ne. 2.11 Reuth Fourth street, t'hlladel
phlii, I'n., en Weilnesilay, February a), lssl, nt
ll o'clock n in. Klectfen ler I'nulilent uml
Directors same day nnd place.
MKEItnUHAUin I'll'KM ANDIUIIICS, ALL
guaninteed te be ns represented, suita
ble for ureccnts. at
WODL1CN I1UOU.1, HUCK MlTlS AMI
(ileves at cost ; Commits, Weel bhuwls,
drey Hlmikets anil FeltShlitsat cost. Alse
let best Dark Calicoes at 5c. perynnl. Perfect
lioeds. Iicst Featheis nlwnyi en hand
Ne. 50 Neith Queen Ht.
rpilK COMI'I.UIATMI.NH TO WHICH UL-
L cut et the Cernea may give ilsu aie niten
very serious, uud may even pruvu destructive
te the Kyu.
Diseases of the F.Y K. KAIL TIlIlOAT-alse.
CANLKIIS. TUMOltS. SKIN mill CllKONlC
DISKASKS-sueeessfuIly tiented by
DKS. II. D. uml M. A. LONOAKKIt.
Olllce, 13 East Walnut street, Lancaster. I'll.
Consultation fne. II-3U1AW
HIIAVINU AND IIAlll DllESSINO
Geed Journevmen and nrlcusame as ether
saloons. II. WAUNKK,
IDlt YVINTKIl IU(MH
1 GOTO HKCHTOLD'S.
Having nn ever stock en band I will cle-u
them out without regard te cost. I have some
ion lets or uniierweiirnnii ueiiurv i am soil
ing ler less tlian they coat te iiinuufactuie.
Alse iverKina rants, uvciui s. nun .laeKeut.
Cheviot and Woolen Shirts, Gloves, Milts,
Comforts uud Notions generally
Ne leasenublu elfer reluscd lornnyef the
uenuine rnide Dollars taneu nt fur.
tulit-lvil Ne. bl NOtth tjueen Street,
SlllUKIIUMIKItS' MKKTINd IN I'UltsU
uncu at n resolution et thu llemil el Di
rector ei tin, Fnrnier'R Nerthurn Miuket
Company, et Lancinter. l'a.,n meeting of the
stm-kholilers et the sulil corpernlluii will be
held ut the Koysteno Heuse, In thu cltv of Lan
caster, en TUhSDAY', MAUCII IP. A. D. 1881,
at IU u. m.. ter tbe purpose of ceneldcrinit anil
acting upon n preposition te lucrea.se the
capltnl sleck et Hie said cempmiy, ugrnelng te
tlie previsions of tlie Act or Asiumbly passed
April ai, 1S7I. entllliid ' An Act ler tlie lncer
utlen uud llegulatleii el Certuln Corpora
tions." IhUAKL J.. LANDIS,
Jeski-ii Samsem, Seeretary.
l.uucnster, Juuuary 15. 1651. )lfi-2iiidWA'Jniw
l' en HALK.
1,1l)lt -SAl.K OltllhNT.-llll; TIVll-31'UKV
llllck Dwelling llouse. Ne. 4eS N. Uiicun
street. This property has nlnn rooms unilitll
11. .1. Mc-
Urunn or 1) A. Alllck.
CltieiT-H iieumk nut in; nt, ruin in;
) slrublu Hetel, doing 11 llrst-cluss biihluess,
mid located within h If usrjuiire tieiu tliecun tliecun
tre et the city Is for rent. Apply te
WM. J. COOPER,
J'.'l till Ki West King St., Lancaster.
J ,011 HAI.IC, ti KAST 1 VAIMD.
Ihuvobemo houses ou New uml Duke
streets which I will sell en easier terms than
ever before eltcrcd te the public. Call en
I. P. MAY Kit,
Janueu! 3IJ Ninth liuueu s trout.
1.1UK IlKNT KIKI1M Al'ItlL I.
' The second and third lloeis of Ne. n East
King stieet, Hiiltatile ler any kind el business.
Alse the basement et the sainu building; lil
ted up for a tlrst class restaurant. Inoulte at
J15-tld NOS. 0 A S NORTH IJUKhN ST.
JyCIILIO HALK.-ON rillllAY, FKltltU
AUV eth, 1IH4, at 1 o'clock!) m-.nuth
premlnes, .Nes. ou ami 010 Kast King stieet, of
engine, boiler, belting, Btulllng wheel, plat
term scale), tanners' tools, ute.
1)UHLIU HAI.K-ON WKIINKSDAY. FKII
RUARY , 1881. ut Daniel Legan's sale
stobles, lear nt McGrnuu Heuse, will be sold
oiieear-lo ilet Genuine Kentuckv Mules. Irem
'1 te 3 yeara old, heavy boned und well mated,
and Irem 15K te 1UU hands high. Sever il et
na teams well breki n. Will be sold without
Sule te commence at 10 o'clock p. in. A
ciedlt of iii) days will be idvun,
febl-Jtd HOWARD RAILKY.
V A ileslrub e Dwelling llouse near the city
limits, ou the Columbia pike, with live Acres
and Inrtyieiii- Peiuhes el gieunil, lat ly
owned by Pi or. J, 11 II. vt agner, thuru being
lilenly of fruit, goeil water uml outbuildings
ihoreeu. Possession given Immediately.
Alse, u large Dwelling llouse, Ne. USSeiith
Queen Btieut, known us St. Mary's Academy,
ami lerineriy tuu ciilliiruu s ueine. ressus-
sleu given Apt 11 1, Apply te
li. A ALT1CK.
JOHN W. LOWKLL,
1XKCUTOkfanAi.r. (INMIINDAY KVKN
!i 1NO, FKRRUARY II, ISSI-Wtll buseld ut
publle tule, utllie Frunkliu Heuse, Lancaster
city, l'a., the following leul estate, late the
property et Dr. K. J, llewinaii, deei axed, situ situ
uted Nes, 'ill uml 2JJ Kast Jaun s stieel, in thu
city et Lancaster, consisting et a double two
story Frnme Dwelling Housu nnd ether neces
sary outbuildings t n hydrant near thu deer ; a
let et ground, limiting ou suld Kust-lmnes
street (ill feet, mere or less. This prepeity Is
In geed condition.
Persons wishing te view the premise? will
pieose rail en the tenants, lesldiug tliuienu.
Sale te commence nt 7 o'clock p. in., en suld
day, when terms will be made known by
HKRKNA L. IIOWMAN,
A. C. ID US,
Executers of Dr, K. J. Hew man, ilee'il,
JoiinRbhhanABe, Au ts, pltdWAS
Thore has been such u demand ret
LARGK PHOTOGRAPHS that I Mix
compelled te get a VKRY LARGK
CAMKRA ROX te meet the demand.
We can new muku you ti PHOTO as
small as thu smallest locket will held
up te u c-lncu face, te Ut .an mxv.
J. E. ROTE,
Ne. 103 North Queen Street.
uud Fine ReiialrJng
evening, except Saturday.
WBDKK3DAY KVKN1NU, FKII.fl,
At 1)4 o'clock.
A Native Hyrlan. Her mlilriss
lnir, Instructive uml thrilling.
PIUI.TUN O I' fill A IIUUHB.
Thuradety, Fe ruary 7, 1884.
J. H. HAVKRLY'S
World Famous Minstrels.
Tlie Foromest I Tlie Mightiest I
All Others Mei-e Imltnlers I Kvery Act Abso
lutely New ! Kvery Feature Original I Ne
I'luyeil Out Dreary Features.
,r.,ircl..A?V,Rt 0n.F Keur I'edcstnl Clog Cleg
gtsts. Klght Great Kml Mun. Klght Versntire
Vecullits. Ten in Huperb Drill. Ten Cemleul
comeillans. Klphteun In Beiik and Dnnce.
Marvelous Mid-Air Hemersuult Cleg. Haver
ly's lin.oce Acting Dogs I The Wemlurs et the
World I The Glory el the Minstrel Htuue I
S- Prices ns usual,
salu nt opera beuse.
ltcsei veil Hents new en
IOLTON Ol'KKA I1UUSK.
Friday, February 8th, 1884.
Three Hours or Merriest LiiUKhter and Jol Jel Jol
THE GKAND COMIC BOOM !
A DYNAMITK UAHTIIIDGB OF FUN.
THE KVKIt POPULAR
Pullmari Palace Car.
NKW V A LACK CAIt
" We nre All Itlght up te the Present Tlme."
HCALKOF l'ItIOKS....7Be.. OOe.. 35 CKNTS
Itoierved Seats ut llex Olllce, Opera llouse, '
" itxr Tiuujiii.
Edgings and Inserlings.
WATT, 8E11 & CO.,
Ilnvn opened thlur rlrst Invoice et tliesu ever
popular trimming, nnd erier un Immense
vurletyet new stjles Wiper cent, miliar lust
beusen's pi Ices.
Fitly I'uttcrim el llainl-Mnile TO11OIIOU
LACKS In nuw designs ut popular prices.
Special llarguliis this wuek.
OTTOMON DKKSHGOOD3, new colere, l!!Kc,
worth '."0c. 11 ynnl.
AnnuiettcH uml Albertlm DKKSS GOODS,
17c. and CiH.-., usually eeld fer23c.
51 Inch AU-Weel OlLHKItT CLOTH SUIT
ING, 7'c. u yarn, legular price, J 1.25.
M decn Children's FKKNCII UIIIIIKD
IIOSK, solid colors, running Iiem 10c. te ae. a
pair under usual prices.
Special llaigalna lu
Table Lluena, Cleths, Towela
The Ui cat Sale of
MUSLINS AND SHEETINGS
At less thin iminulacluiurs' prices still con
tinues nt the
NEW YORK STORE,
NO. 8 ii 10 EAST KING ST.,
SI'LCIAL OFFKR1NG OF A
LARGK LOT OF
FROM A LARGK IMPORT IS IPS AUCTION
BALK IN NKW YORK,
All at Much Less Than Regular Prices,
ft E. FahnestecL
Next Doer te the Court Heuse.
Jacob K. Barr.
Sabjset te Republican Itulei. ' tllMtd
WEDNESDAY BVKNINO. FED. 0, 1QU4".
ritOM TIIK HUSUUKI1ANNA ANU UIUO.
Very IIUli Water above Wllllnniiiperi-A
ltepelltlun ut the HUmttr nt 1HI13
Tlirerttened Tlie lllver IIUIur
WiLLiA.MiPORT, I'n., Feb. 0. Hoperts
from points nbove here en tlie Husipio Husipie
linnnn river show very high wnter nnd a,
heavy mln still oentlnuos, Thore nre In.
dlcntlens of n flood nearly equal te that el
1805. The lce gerge in olghteou miles long
In the tlver nbove Fntrnndsvllle. The
river here hns fnlleti nome since yestertlny
morning. Theie nre no fearH of less of
HlSti Water ut ntlibnrg.
PiTTsnuita, Feb. 0., 2:40 n. in. The
river at thin point registers 25 feet 9
inches, and In rising nt tlie rnte el 0 inches
per hour. Ne Horieun dnmage has ns yet
occurred in this vicinity. It is still min
ing. A Town Partly tfnhmtrgril,
The whele lewer part of West Nowteti
Is under water, nud many families have
been taken from the soceml story of their
Tlie rlver nt neon readied 31J feet, 11, e
highest point sluce 1852 The wnter is
creeping up iute the Rtreets rtt the rnte of
8 inohes per hour. Hundreds of families
in both this elty nnd Alleghany hnve bean
compelled te vaonte their houses. Alt the
mills en the banks of both rivere hnve rub rub rub
ponded operations, and 'trafllc en several
railroads has been Buspcnded. The great
est suffering nuil (Litnage is iu the Yough Yeugh Yough
ieghony rcgleu, whero hundreds of fami
lies have been forced te Uosert their homes
and lly befere the coming Heed.
CiNciNNAn, O.. Feb. 0. The rlver nt 2
o'clock this morning marked 05 feet 11
luehes, nu iucrcnsoef-1 inohes iu the Inst
hour it wns thou rising steadily.
audit lfrT.iuui tig.
Iteuig et Alterneun TclrRiaplile New.
A rcductleu hi the wages of from 4 te
10 per cent, will be tnade by the Baliueu
Falls manufacturing company nnd Ports
mouth manufacturing company nt south
Borwlek, Me., no strike is anticipated.
Fire last ovenlng nt the cerner of Mis
souri nud Stewart streets, Sau Francisce,
Cnl.. dostreved a sash mill, factory nnd
Heur mill, with ninohiuery and piles of
lumber in a uuiguuerlug yarn. JjOss,
At Jamaica, L. I., Edmund Tappan,
charged with the murder of the Mayboes,
was committed te-day te await the action
of the Brand jury.
" Uilly " McQIery was sentenced te day
te six months in the penitentiary nt New
Thrce Irish laborers, names unknown,
while walking en the railroad track iiear
IJadeu, Pa., last uight wero htruck by a
train nnd killed.
E. E. JohtiBeu, a Northern Pnoifle rail
road ngent, of AtiiMVOitli, who was
nrrcsted for stealing paokuges worth
118,000, has been roleascU nt Wulla Wnll.i,
W. T. -T'lie evidonce wns uet suflloieut te
THIS KUY1TIAN lltOl)lll,1.3,
Iturrltile Fate nt linker IMlli Army.
Londen, Feb. 0. All special dispatches
agrce that Tekar nnd8inkat nre hopelossly
lest aud that the robeln nre greatly en
ceuruccd In their fauatickun.
El Mahdi captured from llaker Paeha
llve uuns, UO 000 peuuds of caunen animu animu
nltieti, !!0,000 rllles uud un enormous
amount of cartridges.
A special cabinet council was held te
dny te discuss the disaster te U.iker
Pasha. Mr. Qladstone presided. Egyptian
shaics have greatly dccllued.
TellK llfty l.em.
SiiMitM, Eypt, Feb. 0. -The euemy
has surrounded and dostreyod Tewllk lley
and four hundred followers. The slaughter
of llaker Pacha's forces continued nil the
wny back te Trinkital. The Egyptians
loll en tuelr kuecs and uoggeu morey, out
the Arabs soized theni by the hair and
ruthlessly cut their threats.
, fight Willi Them lu TexttB
UvLVKsieN, Tcx Feb. 0. The stnge
oeaoh going te Ablloue, was stepped by
highwiiymeii vosterday morning aud rob
bed by two masked meu, who oaptured all
the cash iu thu mail nud $25 from ene of
the passougers. When the oeaoh geiug in
the opposite direction arrived nt the same
spot it was attaeked also ; but ns the pas pas
sengers were en the alert a tight took place
with the robbers, nnd after n sharp fusl fusl
lade the latter wero drlven oil" with ene
man apparently badly wounded. One of
the passengers was shot twloe nud badly
hurt. IIu will die. Anether p.tssouger
was shot but uet se soiieusly wotiutled.
nnd KeBiilts et ttu lr Uinuccilui Ventiire,
St. TneMAB, Jan. 28. A proclamation
has been issued giving the names of 21
persons shot at Mcrngiane, besides thore
hnve been nlmest daily executions
at Jaimcl of persona uet Included iu tlie
armistice. During the woek ouded with
January 1,017 porseus were shot iu splte
of uppenls of the foreign consuls te await
the arrival of Prosldent Salemnu. Eighty
Insurgents fought their way through Irem
Moraginne te l'etit Grove, whero 53 of
thein wero killed. A number of rovolu revolu rovelu
tiooisti still lemaln lu rufuge in the weeds.
Terrible Aline Accident.
Ashland, Pa., Feb. 0. While Jeseph
Smith, Miehadl Mulroy nnd William Stet
zer wero riding up the ulope nt the tunnel
celliery this meruiug, the rtiuulug gear
became dotnehod from the car, nnd Smith
and Mulroy wero precipitated te the bot
tom nnd itiBtnutly killed. Stetr.cr escaped
by jumping from the ear. IJeth vietims
wure married nicu.
Colored People Kxeluded.
Kkadine, Pa., Feb. (1. The grand
ledge of the Junier American Protestant
nssoeiatiou adjourned te-day after inscrib
ing the word "white" in thu constitution,
thus excluding o3lered poeplo from the
erder. Theie can be 110 appeal from this
II. F. Montgomery dcollnes the Doiuo Deiuo Doiue
ointionomtnatloti for common counell in
the First ward. Simen Sohlailer ii the
Doniecratlo uomiuce for luspoetor iu the
Fourth ward iustead of Eraauuul Wil
helm. A mood Curd ling Uramn.
" Itcadiuir Dramntie Cembina
tien" has a new play ou hand entitled
" Abe Uuzzard, or the Outlaws of the
Ephrnta llllls," which they will brlug out
iu Head inn lu the latter part of the pro pre
Bent mouth, I ZZZ
Tea nud Colleo Hetlable.
Thore will be a ten nud oell'oo soeiablo
held at the Oetwuld memorial ohapel en
Thursday, Friday aud Saturday evenings
of this week, commeuolug at 7:1)0 o'cleok.
Wasrinqten, Feb, 0, Fer the Middle
Atlautle states, throatenirig weather aud
rain, in the southeru half, rain or snow lu
the uet thorn half, variable winds, colder
weather by Thursday morning, lulling
followed by rising baroiueter.
, YMlMalptitft DMA
PnfLAnLrnrA, Feb. B.-ienr iteafly and U
Wheat flrmer ; Ne. 3 Wwrtum Red, ll ei
Ne. 3 de, 07e 3. 1 Pa. Reil, ll )U. ' '
fn.n D.An... . anil HMllnM ...! .. 1 m .
wyinniuwi nwijiuiiuir urn. Ull t.U UVV l PIO.
3nitxodnnityellow.tCJ9c. ' .
White i l5e i Ne. a ile. 42Je WO. a de, JlJiattti
Rye scarce at U7awe.
Beeili-Clever at DKHIOK01 Timethy at
le I FluxsoeitftrmatilWiJll.
Kg dull anil weak.
Whlnhvnt tl a).
Mew Yerk Market.
vt1y"ff' "ob.0.-rieur bnrely steady and
l.inn(,,,l!;l?,'M.,,! uarclv steady 1 later beenma
Snem.'lSri'i1"! V'vniioetlUOMe, with tnoreMoa
r,9C"1Sllv;.lule.r8M We. 'i Red. Feb. llOBJi
ti tM&t ?nS.tcli i.wm mm Aprfr;
SOi7C. Mlll. "U3W..II,
I.Ite Mteek Market.
CmoAiie Tlie Drever? Journal report!
Hogs Receipts, 17,000 Iicadt shipments. 7,&oe
de.! market strong anil prices lOfri.le
higher: rough packing, fl OOSd 60 1 nnckteg
and BlllnpltiK, W 537 10 light, 3 700 Ml
sklp, ti QS 7J.
Cattle UecelpU S.B00 head j shipments, 2,400
tle,t mntket steady biiteoslert oxperts, t) 23
(27 1 geed te choice shipping, 13 5030 10 1
common te medium. .l uefii 50.
Hlieep Receipts, Moe heail 1 shlpmenta, ?,ine
V.0.' ,'unrket teadyi Inferior te fair, la 00
Ol 00 10.) BH s innilltira te geed, 1405 75 J
cholce te extra, W eca's 75.
F.ast LtiiKnTTCAttle dull nnd unchanged t
reculpt.67 head 1 shlpmenu, U41 head.
Hogs linn 1 Pbiladolphlen, )GO06 90 1 Tork Terk
ers, t0-nni plg. $3 6eet rccelpU, 315
head 1 shipments, 5.433.
Hiicnp in lnir deumnd ler geed grades :
common grades Hull 1 prices unchanged t
lecclpts, 2.CO) head) shipment, 3,600 hcail.
Quotations by Heed, McUrann A Ce , Honk. Henk. Honk.
ere, Lancaster, Pa.
11A.M. 12 u. 8p.ir.
y-.y- ' v......... ......... .... ..
Mlchhmn Centrnl....'!..,,-. mji etk iu
New Verk Control Uli 114 lisfj
Now.Tersey Control 88
Ohie Control ! ijjj 2K
Uel. Lack. A Woateru.... 123 121W VU
DenverA Rie Urande.... 21K 21I 21
Krie 2C2 aiH mu.
KHn.-ui A Texas 22 2ZU 21
Lake Shere 100V4 loeU 1C0U
Chicago & N. V coin.... I20ji 120K 119J
N. N Ont. A Western .; .... 11
ht. Paul A Omaha 32 32 31k
Pacific Mall 4(1 40 43;2
Rochester A Pittsburgh.. 15U 15' 15U
SLPanl m 01 OiJi
Texas Pacllle 21 205 20
Union Faclilp 8iv til2 fOK
Wnuasli Common lOJi 17 16K
Wabash Prorerrod 282 27" i7V
West'rn Union Tolegraph 77 7fti 73W
Loulsvllle A Nashville... 4BU 43 47K
N. Y., Chi. A Ht L 0
Lehigh Valley en
Lehlgh Navigation 45l
Pennnylvanla 5S; 53i t8i
Reading 23 5-iti 27 13-18 26
P. T. A Rutrale 9 eyi 9X1
Nerthern Pacific Cem... tli 22C4 22
Northern FaelUc Prof... 47?Z 7K 47
1'IitlaiIelpMa A Krfe
Canada Southern Sl 51V wii
011 my. iw,i 110(4
PoeDlo's Passouiier. W
iluotatlenB by Associated 1'rest.
Philadelphia A Krie R. It
Lehlgh Vnlley Railroad
United Companies of Neiv Jersey
Nerthern Pacllle Ptoferro'l
Nerthern Central Railroad
Lenlgh Navigation Company
Central Transportation Company
Pltt-eb'g, TItusvillu A llultaleR. R
LUUe SchuvlkiU UMlreaU
(Juotatlens by Associated Press.
Blocks unlet. Mouey plenty at lX02e.
New Yerk Central Ul
Krie Railroad aiK
AdamH Kxpress 12SK
Michigan Control Railroad Olii
Michigan Heutliern Railroad UtO'.l
Illinois Central Railroad m
Cleveland A Pittsburgh Railroad 13s?i
Chicago A Reck Island Railroad 110 -
Pittsburgh A Fert Wayne Railroad 133
Wuetern CnteuTulegrapli Company..... 7u
Teledo A Wabash ia!i
New Verk Ontario WoMern U
Lecal (Stocks ana llenai
Rupoited by J. ll. Leng.
Lancaster city 0 per cent 1885... 100
" ltctt... 10c
" 5 per ct. In 1 or 30 years.. 100
" 4 per ct. Scheel Lean..,. 100
" " In ler 20 years.. 100
" " In 5 or 20 yours., loe
" I " in 10 or 20 years. 100
Manlielm borough lean 100
Qunrrj-vllle R. R fse
Inquirer Printing Company 53
Una Light und Fuel Company 3
Stevens Heute (Henda) , 100
Columbia Una Company... 23
Columbia Wuter Company
Suaiiuelianna Iren Company 100
Slevens Heuse , ,, 50
Hlelly Island M
Kast llrandy wlne A Wnynesb'g.... 50
MUleravlllu Neimal bchCMil
Nerthern .Market 50
F.asteru Market 50
Wostern Slurket 50
TUB HriHE STOCKS.
IllgfJnrlugA Heaver Vullev 1 25
llrldgopert A Iloreshoo , 13U
Columbia A Chestnut Hill us
'JeluinblaA Wiuihlni.ten 23
Columbia A Rig Spring 23
Columbia A Marietta 25
Muytewn A F.llzabotlitewn 23
Lancaster A Kphraui 23
Lancaster ft Willow Street 25
Straauurg & Millport 2S
Marietta A Muytewn 25
Marietta A Mount J ev 23
LuncKilzabetbt'n AMIddlet'n 100
Lancaster A Frultvllle. 6U
Luiicastur A Lliltz ., 23
Lancaster A ivllllainstevvn. ........
Lauciuiter A Maner...
Lancaster A Marietta. -
LnucasUir A New Hellaau loe
Lancaster A Susaueliiinuii 300
n u BIOOUB.
First National llai.lc 1100
Faniiure' National iiauk 60
Fulton National Hank 100
Lancaster County National Hank.. 60
Columbia National llanlc 100
ClirlBtlani National Hank 100
Eplirutn National Rank ten
First Nutlenal Rank, Columbia 100
flrBt National Rank, Strnsburg.... 100
First National Hunk Marietta 100
First Nutlenal llanlc, Mount Jey.. 100
Lttltz National Rank 100
Manlielm National Rank 100
Union National Hank, Mount Jey. 50
New Helland National Rank liu
Uae National Rank 100
(juarrvvllle Nutlenal Rank 100
Uuarryvllle It. R..dtieiRi3 1100
Reading A Columbia R. R,,A's 100
Lancaster Una Light aud Fuel Ce.,
due In ler 'J) years , , 100
Lancaster Ces Light and Fuel Ce.,
due 1880 101
Manhelm RoieugU Hands
Cup chouse, 2 cups .50
Cottage cheese, 2 ploces Se
Uutcli cheese V lump soiec
Turkuys, llve tl up
" cleaned fl.23 up
Ucese, cleaned... ,,...,...,,......$1.23
Chlcueus W pair illve) T9!1,
V pleco(eleancdj "2jH2
Plgoens, V pr , iSsJS
Ducks, cleaned per plece. ..oeowc
Annln llnlter Wat .....aBO
KggsV der ....
I.nr.l U Ik
Mlnce Meat Id tt
,'l.ri.tlllllK V nt..
Sliellbarks V lt..
Cranberries per. fit JiSS
U pipes V fft.......,.,.......................104j2ue
Apples, yl Kplt ,4JUUu
Riiuanas V piece 34C30
Curniuts, dried, V & 10a
Dried Apples V at 10a
l'uuclietf ft qt 12a
Prunes per Bi eniea
Lemens W dot , 200260
Oruugi'3 V dez 40iceq
Rcans, Lima, V qt. IM
Carrots ifl bunch, ..,.. ..,,.,....,. ............ ..80
Cabbage, V head..,. .............3(11