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LANCASrEfcsDAllY INTELLIGENCER. TfltJIlSDAV- OCTOBER 21, 1880
GRANT NOT HERE.
BXAINE NOT HERE.
THE PHILADELPHIA JNVINCIHLl-.f
A Dig Outpouring of tlie Comity Felk.
f e-day is u gala-day in Lancaster, and
the town presents a very brilliant and an
imated appearance. Fer weeks past prep
arations have been making ..by the Iiepub;
lican managers for a grand 4i old fashion
ed county convention," te rival these held
in the days of Tippecanoe and Tyler
tee." Meney has been poured out like
water: equipments and Hags and banncis
and fireworks have been bought an 1 dis
tributed among the faithful in every tac tac
teon of the county ; district meetings have
been he'd everywhere, and the one great
appeal has been, ' come up and help us
in 'Lancaster en October 21st." The news
papers were full of it. and they confidently
premised their rcadeis that Grant, Blaine,
Colliding, Heyt and all the ether big guns
of the Republican party would be present
at the show.
Of course these appeals had the desired,
elfect. The city Republicans made ample
preparations te receive their country
cousins, and astonish them with the pre
fusion of the decorations. lhe news
paper offices, hotels, icstaurants, stores,
offices and dwellings of Republicans are
generally trimmed with llags,strcamcrs and
portraits of their candidates, some of the
decorations being very elaborate and in
geed taste, aue some otherwise.
Early this morning the clans began te
assemble and the town was seen well filled
with a concourse of country people. Four
excursion trains were announced en tne
Pennsylvania railroad, one of them being
from PiiiladelphL, one from Yerk and
Ilxtievcr, one from llarrislmrg eia Mount
fev, and the oilier from llarrislmrg via
Columbia. There were also excursion
trains en the Reading, Lancaster & Quar
ry ville read both nein the north and south
and these came well filled. Then came
delegations afoot, en horseback, in car
riages, wagons, omnibuses and stage
coaches from all seel ions of the county.
JUauy of the clubs weic campaign equip
ments, and these were of all tlie colors of
the rainbow. Many of the delegations
carried (lags and banners containing the
usual clap-trap campaign legends, but it
was remarked that most of the delegations
were unuxper edly small, and in al! of
them weie boys.
The marshal and his assistants and aids.
had a terrible time in getting thcuudrillcd ,
delegations into anything like order, and j
it was long after the time announced for
the starling of the parade that it. finally
get into motion, and even then there were '
frequent stoppages along the liue, caused
by !tiisundcr.staiiding of tin- chief mar
shal's general orders. ,
There wcie net many peiut.siu thcp.iradc
weithy of special nnliee. There was tlie
usual amount of bunting, caps, capes, i
torches, jnen, boys, girls, horses, mules
and wagons; but there wcre very few
prominent features calculated te attract. '
special attention. The trades were very
poorly represented, indeed, there being in .
line only a few wagons containing men at
work, and there were the sewing machine
agents, patent right agents and a few forges-,
blacksmiths, wheelwrights, stone cut
ters, and comb-maker;;. One wagon load lead
ed with tobacco boxes and gaily trimmed
with (lags attracted a geed deal of atten
tion. Mr. r E. Rail's display of erna- ,
mental grasses was pretty : J. B. Martin's
display or paper hangings looked well, and
the deg-power ehui n crcali'd some merri
ment along the lin?.
Jehn Cessna's mules and canal b.at.s
formed a feature for these simpletons who '
" vote through their eyes." The humor- ,
eus legends en the banners related almost
exclusively te Indiana, Ohie, Salt River
and the same old eoen ; and the arguments
displayed were te the eircct that "a reve
nue tarilf means pauperism " and ' we '
won't pay rebel claims.'" Seme of the ,
country wagons were tastefully decorated ,
with evergreens ami leaded up with beun- j
cing country girls, but many of them en
the ether hand were dirty, unwashed,
worn-out vehicles, filled with rude and '
rough looking men and drawn by spav
ined mules and horses.
It was noticeable that many of the dele
gations were very small, numbering only
from 20 te "50 men. A few delegations
were large and looked well, the Yeung i
Men's club of llarrislmrg, numbering ,
about .10 men, a club in Continental uni
form, numbering :'.(, and a Marietta club,
numbering about 80 white men and 20
blacks-, bring among the best looking in
The very smali number of the member.
of city clubs in line was a cause of consid
erable remark, some of the clubs being
scarcely represented at all and the ethers
turning out less than half thennmber they
had at the recent city parade.
The head of the column passed Centre
Square at ten minutes past 11 o'clock and
the rear of it. passed at exactly 12 o'clock,
neon. Se that it was exactly fifty minutes
in passing. The head of the column re
appeaied in Centre Square at ten minutes
befeie one o'clock, and the rear passed the
same point at. twenty-four minutes past
Instead of marching eiulit abreast, as
the chief marshal had requested, none of
the feet, delegations marched mere than
four abreast, and many of them only two
The number of mounted men in line was
much smaller than was anticipated, and
for the purpose of stringing out the line te
as great a length as possible they rode two
abreast. The "Republicans account for the
small number by saying their horses are
afllicted with the opi.eoty !
The music in line was goe.l, bad and in
different there being several excellent
bands and drum ceips and several ethers
whose tooling and drumming wasanything
Points of tlie Parade.
The Eden township club, as it stacked
arms for two hours in front of the Intei. Intei.
i.ieexcer office this morning, consisted of
one man from Drumore, thirteen voters
from Eden, and eight little boys who will
hardly lie of aic te vole for Grant in 1S8-1.
There was some excellent spelling en
some of the banners. One had California
spelt "Callifernia' and another had the
word "rebels"' without an "1".
Grant and Maine were premised, but the
speakers turned out te be Ivoentz. Lear
A geed many people inquired about the
cannon that was in the line of parade and
wanted te knew who it belonged te and
where it came fcem. Se far as we can leirn
it belongs te the state and came from the
state ars-ciuil at Ilarrisburg, but en what
authority it was brought here for political
purposes wc have net learned.
The Pollce Business.
There were several fights te-diy, two of
which occurred in Centre square. Nearly
all who took part in them were arrested
and the eiiuniicrs locked up. At 3 o'clock
this afternoon there were eight men in the
station house cooling oft".
A Marshal Without a Delegation.
Dr. M. L. Davis, of Millersville, was
honored with being selccled as marshal of
the Maner delegation, and in recognition
of the honor lie purchased a very hand
some uniform. At the proper time Capt.
Wallick, of the Millcrsville club, formed
his men, and after waitiug a reasonable
length of time, brought thera te Lancas
castcr. Dr. Davis insisted en waiting for
the "Maner delegation," but no delega
tion came, and he was at last obliged te
harness up his horse te his business
wagon, bundle up his saddle and uniform,
and come te town alenc. Then he denned
his pretty clothes, mounted his war steed,
and rode bravely at the head of Capt. "Wol "Wel
At 2 o'clock the mass meeting was held
en the poorhouse grounds, just cast of the
city. It was presided ever by Henry
IJaumgardncr, and addressed by ex-Attorney
General Lear and Gen. "W.1I. Koentz.
This evening Hen. R. Stockett Matthews
of Maryland, will audi ess the republicans
in the court house.
OL'it KCCULAK COKHESI'ONDENCE
The telephone exchange, yet in embryo,
destined te connect Columbia with several
of her sister towns is an accomplished fact,
as far as put pose is concerned, and the
consummation of the idea with the accom
plishment of the project is merely a ques
tion of time. The towns te be brought
"Within spanking distance of one another
are Marietta, Wrigntsville, Cerdelia, .Nor
wood, and Columbia, and it is thought that
ultimately several ethers will be part and
parcel of the association. The central
office wiil be located at Columbia, in A.
D. Reese's billiard hall, where con
nections with the wires running te
the dwelling houses or business places
of the members of the association
will be made. Mr. 11. 11. Galbr.iith of
Wrights ville, is the prime mover in the
project and he has received such encouragc enceuragc
able that he feels he will be able te carry
it through with but little, if any, trouble.
Te transmit messages it will be first nec
essary te call for the central office. The
office in charge will then make connection
with the wire running te the residence of
the person te be spoken te, when the mes
sage, in an unlir.itcd number of words,
may be sent without fear of it being taken
or interfered with at any intermediate
station. A number of corporations hav
ing offices in Columbia, as well a business
places here located, have signified their in
tention of joining the association. Among
the rest we may mention the Philadelphia
& Reading and l the Pennsylvania
railroad companies. Adams express com
pany, "Western Union telegraph company,
Susquehanna iron company, Chestnut Hill
iron ere company, Cerdelia furnace com
pany, First national bank, Columbia na
tional bank, "W. II. Pfahler & Ce., Mis.
Cel. James Myers, of Norwood, II. F.
Brunei' ami If. F. Yergey. The wires will
be stretched just as seen as competent
t men can be employed for the purpose, and
, it is thought the line will be in operation
, by November 10. There are probably but
j few business houses doing business in any
of the towns mentioned that will net in
time belong te the association.
A prominent Democrat, with whom we
had conversation this morning, said there
would most, likely 5a four hundred incm
, bars of the Hancock and English battalion
of this place who wiil participate in this
evening's parade al Y:k. The special
i train te leave heic at si o'eiecklhis even
ing will take a large number ever, and
ethers will leave here en all the regular
'trains. Tne fare for the round trip n:
I turn by special train will be fifty cents.
Tlie Citizens band efThis place will fur
nish the music for the Columbia battalion.
Kcv. F. W. Sta!ey delivered his lecture
en ' Pilgrim's Progress," in the lecture
room of the E. E. Lutheran church, last
tivening, te quite a geed sized audience.
' A Columbia parly of four coupler took
:i horseback jaunt last evening te Mount
Jey. Supper was taken al Shelly's hotel,
and it was drawing close te the beginning
of tiie new day when the parly regained
The Susquehanna rolling mill is shut
down te-day te give the employers the op-
1 pertunity te visit the two points of intcr-
i est Yerk and Lancaster. Political allUi-
atiens will settle the place.
Tiie Republican helmet cuinpany last
evening accepted the invitation of the
Yeung Men's .Republican club of Lancas
ter te participate with them in this even
ing's parade. Tiie battalion of this place
will also go down.
The curious feature connected with the
. running of the special trains te Yerk and
Lancaster by the Pennsylvania railroad
' company, is that the ticket agent here
knows nothing whatever of it. Things
will have te be made mere definite.
The sun is slowly forcing its way through
the clouds, which, up te eleven o'clock,
! entirely concealed it. The evening bids
' fair te be a pleasant one for parade.
i There were three sections te the Colum
bia accommodation train east this meir.-
; ing. They were all well-filled with pas-
The Frederick accommodation train h;;s
! just come in with five or six cxta ears.
J This is a harvest day t.r the railroad com-
Oncel our Iicmecrat-c merchants says
te-day's political jubilees, with te-morrow's
circus, will take Thousands of dollars
from town without leaving anything as a
recompense. He is very nearly right.
The town is being rapidly depopulated.
By tonight nearly half of our inhabitants
will be somewhere else.
TIIE TIMES AND TOM DAViS.
I'istels and Collee, or a I.ibal Suit.
Tiie following telegraphic correspond
ence passed between Themas .1. Davis and
the editor of the Philadelphia 7'imcn this
Lancaster, Oat. 21. Kditer or Puhliah
er Philadelphia Times : Send me at once
the author of letter te Philadelphia 77jiit
en lejjal trickster.
Themas J. Duik.
Te which Mr. McUlurc replied :
Philadelphia, Oct. 21. Themas J.
Davis. Lancaster, Pa. : The editor of the
Times answers for the publication. If
either a civil or criminal proceedings arc
contemplated, a telegram will assure
prompt appearance en my part.
A. K. JIcCi-i'iii:.
Runaway mid Upset.
This morning Majer II. Frank Brcnc
man and Andrew J. Kauffmau, esq., were
being driven along Chestnut, street, near
the Pennsylvania railroad in one of Brim
mer's cab". Their teams came into colli
sion with a phaeton belonging te William
Hind, of llird-in-Hand, when the horses
frightened and started te run. In turning
into North Queen the cab upset and both
gentlemen were thrown out hut. neither
was injured. The horses were caught
after they had run for some distance, but
net until the cab was badly broken. Mr.
Mud's phaeton had one wheel broken.
There I- no u?e in drugging yourself te
death, and buying all the vile medicines for
internal use when you can be cured of lever
and ague, dumb ague, bilious disorders, jaun
dice, dyspepsia, as well as all disorders and
ailments of the liver, bleed and stomach, by
wearing one et Prof. Gnilmettc's French
Elver Pads, which is a sure enre every time.
It your drmrglst does net keep the pad, send
$1.M In a letter te French Pad Ce., Teledo, O.,
and It will be mmiI you by mail. It is the enlv
pad that is guaranteed te cure. Beware of
The la.ly managers of tiie Heme gratefully
acknowledge the following denat ions : D. W.
Meissw, i inarts of ice cream : C. F. Bewman
Query Docs the note shaver sl:ave with Cu
tieura Shaving Seap ?
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.
Or eM or young, or grave or gay,
These who new let their teeth decay.
With breath wc can't endure ;
The thought their alter lite will haun t.
That they neglected SOZODONT,
That would have kept all pure.
and -trengtli In
City Campaign Committee.
J: very member of the Democratic City Cam
paign Committee is urged te be present at tlie
meeting at Central headquarters this cvenlng.
Bu-lnc-M et tlie utmost importance.
W. V. HENSEL, Chairman.
Democratic Count' Committee
The Democratic County Committee will
meet ut the Central Headquarters in this "city
en MONDAY, OCTOBER 25, ut 10 a. m. Im-
te lie present.
Every member is expected
II. ft in nil.
It. S. Pattkrsex, )
There will be a general parade et the Demo
cratic clubs of the city next Saturday evening.
Further arrangements will lie announced
short ly by Cel, Ferdncy, Battalion Commander.
A meeting et First ward elub will be held ut
Henry Neamer's saloon, en Saturday evening,
at 7 o'clock sharp, for the purpose of dlstrib
tiling the balance of nnlferinsand turning out
in general parade.
A meeting of the Seeeud Ward Hancock and
English club will be held Thursday evening,
at Hanging's saloon. Chestnut street, opposite
P. B K. depot. Every member is requested te
be present, as business of importance .will be
transacted and arrangements completed for
the p.e-ade en Saturday night next.
The Third want Hancock anil English club
will meet at Central headquarters en Friday
evening at 7 o'clock, te make llnal arrange
ments for participation in the gram! Demo
cratic torchlight precession Saturday night.
All members te whom equipments have been
lued are requested te be present, in order
that prevision maybe made te have every unl unl
lerin in line. Voters without equipments are
.il-e cordially Invited te turn out.
The regular stated meeting of the. Ninth
Ward Hancock and English club will be held
at their club room ever Arneld Haas's saloon,
North i:een street, en Friday evening, at 7i
o'clock. Every member Is desired te be pres
ent, as arrangements for the parade en Sat or
day evening will be made.
Will lin-el this evening ler the transaction et
important buincs-. All Veterans who have
no! as yet received their equipments will re
ceive the -aim' at the Central headquaiters
en Friday evening.
Eagle Hetel, Salisbury Township,
Timrs'lay evening. Oct. -i! : Speakers: K. .1.
Mnnughan, It. 15. Bisk, B. V. Montgomery,
Jehn II. DcHnvcn.
Thui-idav atlcinenr. and evening, October'.!!.
Gee. W. Barten, W. U. Heiisrf. B. F. Davis, 15.
Friday afternoon and evening, October 22.
Hen. E. K. Apgar, Gee. W. Barten, Richard
Breadheatl, lien. Wester Clymcr, J. L. Stein
Friday evening, October 22. Speakers: Kr.ru
D. Parker, Hen. E. K. Apgar, Clias. A. l.agen
c-q., of Philadelphia, ami ethers.
Saturday .iflorneon and evening, October 23.
Speakers: W. K. Wilsen. .1. Willis Bland, It.
F. Davis, F. P. Schell, .1. P. Dampman, J. G.
Saturday, October 1. J. A. C'eyla, B. II. Risk,
IS. F. Montgomery.
Saturday evening, Octobers. Sp.-akers: D.
Me.MuIlcn and B. B. Risk.
Tuesday, October Si. Speakers: W. U. Wil Wil
eon, .J. L. Steimnetz, .1. A. Ceylr, II. X.Mohler.
Thursday evening, October 2. Hen. W. D.
Hill, D. MeMullcn, B. F. Davis and ether.
Tluti'idav evening. October 23. W.U. Dense,
C. V. Kees. IS. F. Davis. D. MeMtillen.
Oak Mill, l.lllle Britain Twp.
Friday evening, Octeber20. Hen. W. D. Hill.
D. McMullen, J no. A.Ceyle.
S'ECIAX, yOTJCES. "
It is impossible ler a woman after a falthtul
course of treatment with Eydia E. PinkhanVs
Vegetable Compound te continue te suiter
witli n weakness et the uterus. Enclose a
stamp te .Mrs. Lydia E. Pinkham, 233 Western
avenue, l.ynn, Mass.,'.for pamphlets.
llie-e subject te reMiveness should at once
try "Sellers' Liver Pills." T, cents per box.
Sold by all druggists.
ought tlie children
Why ought tlie children of a thiet te be
burnt: Beeau-c their Pa steals (pastiles.)
Burns, scalds, cuts, bruises cured uv Dr.
Themas' Kclectric Oil. Fer sale by II. B.
Cecln-au, druggist, 1S7 and ISA North Queen
street, Lancaster, ln. 17
Ladies' Wine Spces's Pert.
Pure four years' old will net intoxicate
but possessing all the valuable medicinal
properties of the Oporto grape, from which it
inade. Ied in hospitals and by llrst class
physicians as the best known wine ler medical
purposes. It is a tonic and astringent. It is
net mixed with alcohol or ether liquors, but a
mild, rich and pleasant tonic, improving the
appetite and promoting digestion ; as a durctie
It acts beneficially en the Sidneys and corres
ponding organs; as a suderific, it acts upon
tlie skin, destroying eruptions and producing
a soft, healthy and blooming complexion.
Therefore, it is extensively and beneficially
used by ladies, and is in general family use as
u sine remedy ler dysentery, mid for all
nervous, weak and debilitated persons. Sold
by druggists and by A. Specr, at his own vin
yards, New Jersey. Advertiser.
This wine is endorsed by Dis. Atlec and
Davis, and .sold by II. E. Slaymaker.
A AVise Deacon.
' Deacon Wilder, I want you te tell me hew
you kept yeursclt and family se well the past
season, when all the rest or us liave been sick
!-e much, and have had the doctors running te
us se long."
" Bre. Tayler, the answer is very easy. 1
used Hep Bitters in time and kept my family
well and saved large doctor bills. Three dol
lar' worth et it kept us all well and able te
work all the, time, and I will warrant it has
cost yen and most of the neighbors one te two
hundred dollars apiece te keep sick ihc same
time. I guess you'll take my medicine here
after." See ether column. el5-2wd&w
Cholera Merbus maybe encouraged by fre
quent (Iem's of pickled Salmen and nndresscd
Cucumbers, it may be increased by (sating un
ilpe plums, and may be cured by taking Dr.
Themas' Kclectric Oil. Fer sale by II. B. Coch
ran, druggist, 1S7 and 13!) Xerth Queen street.
Lancaster. Pa 18
Memers! Mothers! ! Metuers!!!
Are you disturbed at night and broken et
your rest by a sick child sulTering aim crying
with the excruciating pain et cutting teeth?
It se, go at once and geta bottle of MRS. WINS
LOW'S SOOTHING SYRUP. It will relieve the
peer little sufferer immediately depend upon
it ; there Is no mistake about it. There is net a
mother en earth who lias ever used it, who will
net tell you at once that it will regulate the
bewelt), and give rest te the mother, and relief
and health te the child, operating like magic.
It is perfectly safe te use in all cases, and pleas
ant te the taste, and is tlie prescription et one
et the eldest and best female physicians and
nurst'H in the United States. Sold everywhere
25 cents u bottle. rilT-lvdiwM.WiS
' A tumor was removed from my head by
using ' Dr. Lindscy's Weed Searcher.' " S.
Sarvln, Pittsburgh, Pa. Sold by all druggists.
XJ On last Friday, a Locket containing two
pictures. F$." reward will be paid te Under
en returning Locket te
ltd 2(5 and 23 X. Queen St., Lane., Pa.
Until NOVEMBER 17, the two-story Brick
Heuse, with kitchen attached, Xe. 148 East
Vinestreet, let extends te Church street. Ap
ples, Peaches, and Grape Vine en let, water.
Ac. Inquire at Xe. 12S Charlette street, Lan
caster, Pa. oct7-eed&novl7
; A Farm, one mile from the city of Lancas
ter, en the Petersburg turnpike, containing
about one hundred and five acres : thirty acres
of whichTs new in fall crops ; privilege te put
out two acres in tobacco. Enquire ut Xe. 28
iMertu i'UKe street or en tne premises.
oct7-10tdced MBS. JOHX McUUAXX.
KPHAN'S Ci.UItT SALK.
On THURSDAY. NOVEMiSER IS. 1SS0. of
a valuable Chester county farm of 210 ACRES
Convenient te railroads, Geed building. ulc
positive. Fer particulars address.
S. E. NIV1N,
Administrator c. t. .
ectiO-lnid Lamlenbcrir, l'n.
X' STORE ROOM 18X4G leet, Willi new
plute glass irent, high ceiling, located en the
main business street and next, deer te the pest
etlice. Columbia, Lancaster county. Pa. ; lias
been occupied as a book htere ier the last
sixteen years, and is one of the best stands in
the county for that business. It is a line open
ing ter any one who understands the book and
stationery business. Pocstfen given imme
ectiO-lwd Columbia, Pa.
On TUESDAY, OCTOISER 3S, ISAl. will be
sold at the Keystone Hetel. North t'uecn street,
u valuable let of ground situated en the west
side of North Qneen street, fronting en North
Queen street 1 feet, 7 inches, and in deptli 215
leet, te 14 feet wide public alley, en which is
erected a two-story BRICK DWELLING, con
taining parlor, back room, live bed rooms und
Saale te commoner, at 7 o'clock p. in., when
conditions will be made known bv
II. Siii-mtnT, Auet. ectl3-lltd
On MONDAY, OCT. 25. 19-1), will be sold
at the Cooper Heuse, West King street the
following valuable real estate :
Ne. 1, Atwo-sterylSRICK DWELLING, sit
uated en the south side of West Orange street,
Ne. 114, containing hull and seven rooms, gas
in the house and hydrant in the yard, house
fronts en Orange street lSlcct 'J inches, mere
or less, let extending in depth 75 feet 5 inches,
mere or less, ten 3 feet 7 inch wide common
alley, with sewerage. This property has Just,
been newly fitted up.
Ne. 2. A two-story i'.KICK DWELLING and
two-story ltrlek Hack ISuilding, situated en
the east side of North Mary street. Ne. 27,
house 18 by 23 feet, back building 12 feci 4
inches in width, and in depth 18 feet, contain
ing hall and seven rooms gas in thu house and
hydrant In the yard ; also a side yard 27 tect
front und In depth 1(12 teet, mere or less, a
frontage of 45 leet, Including the house ; a let
of cheice fruit trees and the best of grapes ;
stabling en the rear of let, 20xJ3 tccl.
Ne. 3, Five ISuilding Lets 22 by 215 teet, situ
atcd en tins north side of New street, between
Lime and Shlppcn streets.
Sale te commence at 7 o'clock p.m., of said
day. when conditions will be made known by
II Siicu:::tr,uet e:i-tsd
KPIIANS' COURT SALE.
On TUESDAY. OCTOBER 2J. 1S80. Pursu
ant te authority In the lest will and testament
of Jehn Tomlinson, late et Lancaster city, de
ceased, we the undersigned executers therein
will expose te public sale, at thu Lcoperd
hotel. East King street, Lancaster city, the fol
lowing described property, late the property
of said Jehn Tomlinson. deceased :
Ne. 1. A two-story 15RICK DWELLING
HOUSE, Ne 40 Middle street, a stone and brick
stable and ether Improvements. Thclet fronts
thirty feet, mere or less, en Middle street, and
extends 142 leet, mere or less, te Locust, street.
Ne. 2. A two story 1SRICK DWELLING
HOUSE, Ne. 210 Plum street, with a one story
brick Hack lSuildlng.and ether improvements.
The let trents hi feet, (J Inches, mere or less, en
Plum street, und extends 102 teet,mere or less,
Ne. 3. A Tract of Land containing 5K acres.
in Lancaster city en the Conesteguund ISlg
Spring turnpike, adjoining hinds of Rebert. A.
Evans und William Sales. A large part of this
tract is excellent farming landand the balance
contains sand and stone quarries. There
is a well of water with pump en the premises.
Alse, six shares of stock of the ConesteguJt
Rig Spring Valley Turnpike read company.
Sale te commence at 7 o'clock p. m., when
attendance will be givttn and terms made
known by ROIST. FAULDING,
IS. F. Rewe. Executers.
Auctioneers. . ect20,23,25
r "T1 ''Trr-n i V
Ezra D. Parker,
OP MIPPLINTOWN, PA.
Hen. E. K. Apgar,
OP NEW YORK,
Chas. A. Lagen,
n ill speak in the COCKT HOUSE in tills City
On FRIDAY EVENING, OCT. 22.
THUBSDAY EVENING, OCT. 21, 1880
Washington, D. C, Oct. 21. Fer the
Middle states, cloudy or partly cloudy
weather, occasional rains, southerly, pos
sibly veering te-night te northwesterly
winds, stationary or lower barometer in
the interior, and no decided change in
He Wants te Surrender The Government's
Washington, Oct. 21. Official dis
patches from the Northwest state that
Sitting Bull is willing te surrender, that he
does net wish the troops te be sent against
him, but wanted a little mere time and he
would then come in. His surrender will
only be accepted en the original terms,
namely, submission te the government
with surrender of arms and ponies, the
ponies surrendered te be sold and the pro
ceeds te be invested in cattle for the use
of the Indians ; the Indians themselves te
go ultimately te whichever of the Sioux
agencies the government may assign them.
THE DARK AND BLOODY GROUND.
Shocking family Vendetta In Kentucky.
Louisville,- Ky., Oct. 21. A dispatch
from Point Lick says : On Saturday night
last, about two miles from Big Hill, Jack
son county, an old grudge culminated in a
fight between James Abrams, his sons
and ether parties en one side, and William
aud James Ratclifl'e en the ether. James
Ratcliffe was shot in the face and in
stantly killed. His brother William was
shot in the side and mortally wounded.
One of Abrams sons was struck en the
head with a stone and is net expected te
EUerts te End tna Seuth American War.
Panama, Oct. 12. News from Chili says
that a proposal for peace has been ad
vanced en the basis of the three belligerent
republics electing special commissions te
confer en the subject en Peruvian terri
tory occupied by Chili ; the United States
ministers te Chili and Pern' te be present
The Sinews of War.
The Bolivian Congress has authorized
the executive te mortgage or sell all the na
tional property, the proceeds te be de
voted toward prosecution of the war.
TUli WOMEN TEMPERANCE PEOPLE.
They Resolve In Faver of Total Prohibition.
IlARRTsncite, Pa., Oct. 21. The Wo
men's State Temperance convention in
session here this morning adopted resolu
tions te the effect that the overthrew of
the liquor traffic could only be successfully
accomplished by a total prohibition, and
that they would unite with all organiza
tions in an effort for an amendment te the
constitution forever prohibiting the man
ufacture of liquors.
Londen, Oct. 21. The Wiser Zeitung
says : At an early meeting of the Bnn
desrath the representative of Hamburg
will propose the proclamation of a state of
siege. Then Prussia will make a similar
proposal iu regard te Altena, Ot tense n
and Wandsbeick, but Saxony will decline
for the present, at least te take any repres
sive measures in regard te Leipsie.
CHICAGO'.-' WARRING RAILROAD?.
Alten Makes Anether Reduction Wabash
Ready for Trnee.
Chicago Oct. 21. The railroad war
loses nothing iu activity. The Alten read
has reduced from $23.50 te 18.25 from
Kansas City te New Yerk, Philadelphia
and ether Eastern cities. The Wabash
declines te fellow suit and is believed te
be ready for a truce.
rnlthcs te His Trust.
LerisviLT.K, Oet.21. The Grand Ledge
of Masens in session here discovered last
night that A. .1. Hedges, grand treasurer,
is a defaulter te the amount of $7,000. The
accused is G4 years old and ha", held office
Russia Revising the Rates.
Londen, Oct. 21. The Russian finance
minister has decided en a complete revision
of the tariff. Higher protective duties
will be levied en imported tallow, grain
and coal. The duties en cotton goods will
be completely revised.
Again Convicted of aiurder.
Newark, N. J., Oct. 21. Frauk Lam
mens was te-day convicted of murder
in the first degree for the killing of Jehn
Meierheffcr at West Orange a year age.
Lammens had been once convicted with
Mrs. Meierheffcr en a joint indictment, but
secured a new trial en the ground of new
evidence, with the above result.
At a Kepnbllcan Jubilee In Connecticut.
New Yerk, Oct. 21. Gen. Grant left
for Stamford, Conn., te day, te attend a
Republican demonstration there, lie gees
te Jersey City this evening, where a grand
reception will be tendered him.
Kacln; at Pimlico.
PistLice, Oct. 21. First race : Parele
first, Gabriel second, Checkmate third.
Second race : Glidelia first, Lavacca
second, Emily F. third.
Third race : Crickmore first, By-the-way
Wlic:i Parliament Will Meet.
Londen, Oct. 21. Though a winter
sassien of Parliament is still a possible
contingency, there is geed reason for be
lieving that Parliament will net reassemble
befeie the usual date.
Themas Demlctl'8 Punishment.
M.vrcn Chfnk, Pa., Oct. 21. Themas
Dewdcll, tried for killing Elizabeth Ray
and convicted of murder in the second de
gree, was tc-day sentenced te twelve years
imprisonment in the Eastern penitentiary
anew In Quebec.
QcF.nEC, Oct. 21. There was a. heavy
fall of snow in the northeastern section of
the province yesterday.
Reinforcement for Hyacinths.
Londen, Oct. 21. A Paris dispatch te
the Times says three Catholic priests have,
within the last few weeks, joined Pere
A Proiulnent MeaarehUt Teaats the Ke
Paris, Oct. 21. 3Iuch sensation was
caused by Due De Chartres at a military
dinner proposing a toast te Prance and the
President of the Republic. The Legiti
mists consider this an indirect acceptance
by him of the republic. The Duke, in
his speech, said, that in America where
he passed a part of his youth it was custom
ary te give such a local toast before all
Death of an Aged Journalist.
Newark, N. J., Oct. 21. Wm Burnett
Kinney, senior proprietor of the Newark
Daily Advertiser, died in New Yerk city,
early this morning, aged 81 years.
Mew Yerk Market.
Nkw Temr. Oct. 21. Fleur State and West
ern dull and prices in buyers' favor;
Superfine, at $.1 754 15; extra de at
$42394 50; choice, de, $t C04 75: fancy de.
$4 80600: round hoop Ohie $4 GT500: choice
de I5I0SC 00; superfine western $3 7531 15;
common te geed extra de $4 25Q4 (S3 : choice
de de $1 G3gG 50 ; choice white wheat de 14 Ci
4 85 ; Southern active and unchanged ; com
mon te fair extra . lllJ5 U0 ; geed te choice
de J5 70S" .
Wheat a shade better en White and '?.Jc
lower en Bed : Spring nominal ; Ne. 1 White.
Oct., $1 14'41 14J ; Ne. 2 Bed. Oct.. $1 15
1 10 : de Nev.. 1 liS 1 15J4 ; de Dec, $1 1G?1 17 ;
Cern"4Jjc lower and heavy: Mixed west-
:n spot,.ruax4c:ile future. 53?J53Jc.
Oats shade easier;
Se. 2 Oct. und Nev. 3i)C
State .KS45c: Western,
1'mz.ADKi.rniA, October 21. Fleur dull und
weak; superNne 13 (M3 50: extra 4 OOJ
4 0 ; Ohie and Indiana family $5 Mgii 00 ;
Penn'.-t family de$5255 50; St. Leuis lamily
at JO OOjj-C 50: Minnesota family 15 250 On;
Sir.itglH$i!Q(75; patent and high grades C 75
Rye Heur at $550.
heat lewerand unsettled ; Ne. 2 Western
Red 1 W4l 12 ; Pa. Red $1 121 12Jtf ; Amber
Cem dull and scarce ; yellow 55QSc ; mixed
Oats steady ; Ne. 1. White 4$iy.c : Ne. 2 de
IO(340'.c;No.3de3y330ic; Ne. 2, Mixed .ti
Rye 11 rm at Ode.
Previsions in qniet jobbing demand ; miss
perk $10H;50: beet hams 1UU 5-.i; Indian
mess beet at $18 50: smoked hams Ilft.2c;
pickled hams SJOc; bacon smoked shoul
ders G(jc ; mull de 5 'c.
iviru quiet ; city kettle at 'Jjeityic : loe-ie
buicheiVS'ic: prime steam 8K4fSc.
ISutter steady inquiry for choice ; Creamery
extra segsic; geed 10 choice 282!c; Bradford
ceuntyand New Yerk extra. 2S28e: Western
reserve extra 20322c ; de geed te choice WjJ20c ;
Rolls firm: Western llejerve extra 2H324C;
Penn'a Extra 20S23e.
Eggs scarce and firm; Penn'a Extra Sic;
Western Extra 22c.
Cheese Inactive, but steady ; New Yerk lull
cream i:JJl.e; Western full cream 13
i:c:defuir te geed 12S12,c; de hair skims
Petroleum firm ; rellned lie.
Whisky active at $1 12.
Seeds Geed te prime clever dull ntfii75J
750; Timethy nominal at 92 70ft2S: Flaxseed
wanted, $1 35 bid.
Nkw Yeke Srecsa.
Ste :- dre.ig:tn-l buoyant.
a. jr. a. m. r
Erie U. it
Michigan S. & L. S...
Michigan Cent. K. it.
lltv'i : 114
105?4 10 (BJ
Chicago ft N. W..
Chicago, M ft St. P...103K 101
Han. ft St. .1. Cem 42 42l
Teledo ft Wabash.
Ohie ft MiAsissinni.
St. Leuis, I. M. ft S. It
Ontario and Western. 24'
U. V. X. I. C. K. K li
New Jersey Central.. yA
Ocl. ft Hudsen Canal. S4;.
Del., l.nek. ft Western U.1
Western Union Tcl...iK'4
racuic Man s. . co.. i
Kansas ft Texas
New Yerk Central....
Cleveland ft Pitts....
Chicago & Ueck I
Pittsburgh & PI. W...
American !. Tel. Ce.
Pennsylvania II, I.
Phil'a. ft Reading..
Northern Pacilic Cem 2s-;
" P'd . 5.!.1,;
Phil'a ft Erie K. K.
Un.K. It's erN. .1...
Central Trans. Ce..
Leral Mecks and Hern!.
Lanc.Clty 6 per ci. Lean, due Ihflt.
" 5 per ct. iu 1 or .10 years. .
Lane. and Qunrry'e l:. U.bend....
" " " stock....
Lancaster and Ephrata turnpike...
Lane, Eiizabetht'n undMiddlet'n..
Lancaster and Fruitvillc turnpike.
Lancaster and Lititx turnpike
Luncustcraml Maner turnpike...
Lancaster and Manlieim turnpike.
Lancaster and Marietta turnpike..
Lane, and New Helland turnpike..
Lane, aud Strusburg turnpike
Lauc. and Susquehanna turnpike..
Lane, and Willow Street turnpike.
Funnels' Nat. Hank et Lancaster...
First Nat. liaukef Lancaster
Lancaster County Nut. Hank
Inquirer Printing Ce
Ijinc.t;a3 Light und Fuel Ce. stock.
" " bendn.
JOHN 31. GOOD, LATE OF
City, deceased. Letter of
administration en said estate having been
granted te the undersigned, all persons indebt
ed thereto arc requested te make immediate
payment, and these having claims or demands
against the same, will present them without
delay for settlement te tlie undersigned.
W. it. Wilsen, Administrator.
ESTATE OKAOOLl'Il SCHMIDT, OF THE
City of Lancaster, dee'd. Letters testa
mentary en said estate having been granted te
the undersigned, ail persons indebted thereto
arc expected te make immediate paymeut,and
the.se having claims or demands against the
same, will present them without delay for set
tlement te tlie undersigned, residing in the
City of Lancaster.
MAKUAKET SCHMIDT, Executrix.
Jxe. A. Covle. Attorney. xll-fltdnaw
ISTATK OF WILLIAM V1ESF.K, LATE
j of Lancaster city, deceased. Letters tes
tamentary en said estate having been granted
te tlie undersigned, all persons indebted te
said decedent are requested te make immedi
ate settlement, and these having claims or de
mands against the estate of su'id decedent te
make known the same te the undersigned
without delay, residing nt Ne. 527 West King
street, Lancaster, Pa.
PETE It ALLAHACH, Executer.
15. F. Davis, Att'y. sep!5 ladeaw
INSTATE OF JOHN TOMLINSON, LATE
It efLancnbtcr 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. WiLsex, Attorney, sepC-Cdea
ANTED .EVKKYHODY TO ADVKK-
tlse. free of charge, in tiie Istkixiebm
era, who wants something te de.
Yf and Cake llaker. One wheis capable of
running a large bakery. Apply immediately
ut Ne. ICO Locust street, Columbia. ltd
A MEETING OF THE STOCKHOLDERS
of the Lancaster andFruitvllie Turnpike
Kead Company will be held en MONDAY,
NOVEMKEK 1.1890, at the Office et the Secre
tary. 01 North Dnke street, Lancaster, Pa., be
t ween the hours of 2 and 4 p. m., ler the elec
tlen of officers ler the ensuingyenr.
ASTItlCH BRtys ADVERTISEMENT.
A BUIEF MENTION
13 EAST IOSG STREET,
DUKIXa THE COMING
OUR STOCK COMPRISES TIIE MOST
TISTIC COLLECTION OK
We offer the choicest line of
cvcrcxhibitcddn thlscltv. Eleguutlv Dimmed
PATTEItN HATS AND ltONETS,
at most reasonable prices.
DEKUYS. DEUBA'S. DEUHYS.
ltlack Felt Derbys (Tic.
Seft Felt Dcrbys 75c.
Misses' Derbys. bound and trimmed with
Satin, at 75c.
Our $1 Derby. 011 Fine Fell, trimmed with
Heavy Satin Kibbeu and bound with Geed
ltlack Satin, is the cheapest ami must profitable
Hat ever bought.
THE CIGAltETTE HAT,75e.
A full line or
LADIES' SHAPE HATS AND HONNETS,
in Straw, Fine Felt and Hearer.
Lai-ge.Flne.Snft Heaver H-its, i alleolers.$2.(ll.
OSTUICH AND FANCY FEAT! IE US
111 :.II shades, and in the most artistic designs.
FEATHER HANDS and ethers.
ofMiperier quality. Plain and Fancy,
iu all shades.
Kht Quality Satin and Gre: Grain I'lbben
Ne. '.), Ne. 12, Ne. II,
We. 23c. 2X
All Silk Gres Grain Uibbens.
Ne. 4, Ne. 5, Ne. 7, Ne. !, Ne. 1 ,
tc. Cc. 7c. IK. 12c. a yd.
DUESS AND CLOAK TKIMMINGS.
We otter the handsomest line el"
HLACK SILK FRINGES
at our well-known low prices.
Silk and Head Fringes from 25c. upwards
SJ.J.ineh Head and Chenille Fringe Ilc
Heavy Chenille Fringe at 75e
.Much Chenille and Grass Fringe, with Fancy
Most elegant Chenilleand .let FriugcsntSluyd.
Fine Chenille und Head Fringes at $1.10,
$1.20, $1.25 tier yard.
A very rich Grass Fringe, with deep Fuiicy
Headlng. $1.40 per yard.
Colored Silk Fringes at 02c. per yard.
due let Headed Passaincnteriet!,2 inches wide,
75c. a yard.
One let, 2. inch width, in most elaborate
patterns. nt$l per yard.
The most exquisite design in Pussuincntcricsi
at $I.U) per yard.
.1 ust opened, an elegant assortment of
HLACK and COLOHED GIHDLKS,
HEADED and CUOCHET HALLS,
Ti'lmmiiig Tassels 5c. apiece
Elegant Cords und Spikes at $1.25
Silk Girdles 75c, $1, $1.25. $1.50 and upwards-.
Single Hungarian Spikes. Headed,
:t, 4, 5 and ' inches,
al 12c, l'.ic. 33e., roc. apiece.
Iluavv Silk Cord 20c. per yard
Heavy Silk Cen I, Rem lei 1 25c. per yard
Uicli Colored Silk Girdles $1.25
Tassel Ornaments In Elegant 1'atterns.
HLACK TU1MM1NG LACKS.
In French, Spanish, Chantilly and Guipure.
Geed Hlack Trimming Silk at 75c, per yd
Heavy Riack Silk $1.00 per yd
20 inch Extra Heavy Hlack Silk $1.25 per yd
Lyens Colored Sat i ns, Latest shades .l;c. per yd
Evtru Quality Lynns Hlack Satin. ..75c. per yd
Lvens Hlack Dress Satin, superior quality,
$t per yard, worth $1.25.
Finn Hlack Satins". $1.20, $1.40, $1.0.)
Excelllcnt quality lllaek Velveteen at
50c. a yard, worth 75c.
Hrecaded Velveteen, iu all Colerv 73e
Colored Velveteens, silk finished 0e
All Silk Muck Velvet $1.00 per yard
Fine Mack Silk Velvet l.-r pur yard
Extr.i Heavy Crepe tl.Oeuyard
English Crepe, 5-1 $1.IJ5 u yard
English Crepe, IM fi.m a yard
Rest English Veil Crepe, extra heavy.. .! a yd
OUR NEW KID GLOVE,
jriie ALEXANDRE MEDAILLE D'OU,
Is positively equal te the best Gleve in the
market. Every pair warranted te give perfect
satisfaction Each pair is caretully selected
and examined before it is ellered ter Rale.
Any lady wishing te buy a pair will de well te
call en us, as our assortment is the most com
plete ever shown in this city. AH sizes Irem
:yt te Vt. iu ISiack anil White. AH new fall
shades in'Hrewns and Drabs. A line assort
ment of Opera Celers aud White, nil of the
S-Nelethe price of tills most excellent Kid
:; button'; OnlytHc.
t; buttons Only $!.(.
A 2 button stitched buck Genu' Kid Gleve, or
superior quality (every pair war
ranted), $1.25 per pair.
One let of : button Kid Gleve.s, which we
have previously sold ter SHe., iu Celers and
Operas, te be closed out for 74c.
A new lotetObutlou Kid Gloves. In OI'ERA
SHADES ONLY, of excellent quality, at Wc.
Anether let of S bullen Kid Gloves, of liner
quality, at $1.00 a pair.
IN LISLE THREAD AND HEREIN
we are prepared new te show you any style of
GIeac suitable ler fall wear.
A New Let of Herlin Gloves.
1, 2, 3 elastics.
13e., 15c. I'Je. a pair.
The best Glevi: for maiketiiigpurpiiscs.
A real Lisla Gleve ler dress wear. In line
shades et Slate, tegular made, 2 full elusiirN.ut
25e. u nair.
Tiie very finest French Pearl Ll-le,2elastles,
.tic. a pair
Dark colored, line Merine, stocking top
Gleve, at 2Uc.
Finer quality, fancy top, Stc.
Heavy nil-wool Castimcre Gleve, HimhI qual
ity, ribbed top, 53c.
Cliild-S Merine Gloves In all si.cs.
The best and most comfortable Gleve, you
can buy a Glevetliat keeps warm and suits te
be worn as a line di-ens Gleve in dark drubs,
brown, cardinal, navy and light blue, maioeii ,
Ac, from 2ac. a pair no.
lnfuiitsj Mitts, in white and colored, in large
variety, Irem ilea pair up.
Child's Worsted- Leggins from 30c. a pair up.
Lcggin Drawer, ler Rabies, in white and
cardinal, $1 a pair.
Ladles' Weisted Leggins, 58c, 65c., 75c, ac
cording te size.
Rabies' Saxony Knit Shirts.
Without sleeves He.
With sleeves 2c.
Tlie best ami varmi-st.
Chillis Merine Undershirts ami Diawcrs, in
all sizes and qualitcs.
LADIES AND GENTS MERINO UNDER
Yeu cm buy cheaper ami better at our store
than nnv where else In this city.
Ladies' Merine Vests, regular made, cuffs,
ladies' line Merine Vests ami Drawers, 4c.
Extra heavy, silk stitched, 75c
Fine French Cashmere. $1.00.
Gent's geed Merine Shirts and Drawers, 50c.
Gent's Flannel Shirts and Drawer, from$l,
Cent's Cleth Shirts.
OUR ASSOETMENT OF HOSIERY.
is tee well known, and it would fill columns te
try and mention tlie different styles and prices
that wc are able te show in that department.
One single call will convince yen that there is
nothing missing from the cheapest te the best,
from the .smallest te the largest.
We invite everybody te visit our store with
out buying, se us te give you an Idea et the
style et goods wc keep and their prices.
A tell assortment of
MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS
at low prices.
Most extraordinary bargains in Gent's Cot Cet Cot
eon Socks. -Full regular made Socks, lie. a
pair. One iet of rcaU'rttish 5eeks lull regn
ulur made. We. English Merine Socks, 25c.
Ualbriggans, full regular niudc. !)5e. and a
great many ether bargains which are worth
13 EAST KIXG ST,