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LANCASTER ttXI'LY INTELLIGENCER; THURSDAY, JANFAKY 22, 1880.
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MONSIEUR TONSON COME AGAIN.
CAIXED INTO COURT ONCE MOKE.
Judge Patterson Send HU Tlpstave fur the
Editors or the Intelligencer Te Hear
a Bale that be Might have
hart Delivered in the
That suavcst of tipstaves, Mr. Erisman,
affably intcrmptcl the busiest hour in the
editorial rooms of the Intelligencer office
tliis meminc te inform its editors, Messrs.
Steinman and Ilensel, that the court wanted
them. They went. The court was polite,
bade them be seated and suspended all
business te give them its undivided atten
tion. Judge Patterson was alone en the
bench. Judge Livingston was net te be
Theceurtsaidithad sent for them te
read a rule that could just as well have
been served upon them in the regular way,
but it thought they might like te hear it.
Whereupon Judge Patterson read at
length the rule, which we only refrain
from publishing te-day because the court
would net allow us te have the original,
and the clerk did net have the copies
ready nor served upon us in time te print
The rule purported te recite at length
the proceedings of yesterday in court,
when Messrs. Steinman and Hcnsel
were arraigned before the bench.
It concluded by notifying Mr. Ilensel te
appear in court next Tuesday at 10 a. m.,
te show cause, under oath, why he should
net answer for contempt, and also te show
cause why his name should net be stricken
from the list of practising attorneys. lie
said that the rule in Mr. Steinman's case
was precisely the same, saving the change
The respondents directed the attention
of the court te the fact that its version of
what took place yesterday was net correct.
Mr. Ilensel asked the court if it had any
stenographic or ether official report of the
Judge Patterson said he was his own
stenographer en this occasion and remem
bered pi etty well what was said. If the
answers as he had them were incorrect re
spondents could give their version in then
answer. Mr. Steinman said that when the court
asked renjiendents if they adopted the sen
timents of the article in question they sim
ply replied that they had net said se and
did net give any such reply as was stated
in the rule.
Judge Patterson said that Mr. Steinman
might have answered that way but Mr.
Ilensel did net.
Mr. Ilensel said that te the question,
nut twice, both he and Mr. Steinman dis
tinctly answered :
' We have net said
Hcnsel having left the
' his own stenographic " report te conform
te Mr. Steinman's demand, se far as it re
lated te him, but net te Mr. Ilensel.
Mr. Ilensel further said that he desired
te make a general exception te the whole
statement of facts as set forth in the rule,
and that in all material portions the ver
sion given was incorrect ami net a
true account of what occur
red. Moreover, if these matters of
fact were te be made subjects of prelim
inary disputation and proof,the time given
te answer was very shett, net being as
long as the law allows te maintain or re
linquish disputed title te an old iron kettle ;
certainly the rights of a member of the bar
were entitled te as much consideration.
The court concurred and changed the re
turn day te Friday, Jan. :5l), at 10 a. m.
Mr. Ilensel further wanted te knew if in
all the stages of this ease respondents were
te be called into court and away from
ether engagements te hear rules read that
in ordinary cases were served as ether
legal processes by the officers of the
Judge Patterson said it. was net necessary
te have the rules read and he did net knew
he was interrupting respondents by sum
moning them into court, lie then address
ed te all present his views en the impropri
ety of newspaper criticisms en the court ;
said that he had no feeling in the case, and
that if it was his father that .steed in the
place of respondents he would be dealt
with in the same way.
The regular order of court business was
A RULE OX THE COURT.
Te Shew that its Judgement is lint Uiet.
Judge Patterson, of the Lancaster com
mon picas, seems te have allowed his
judgment te be upset, and has summoned
the editors of the Lancaster Inti:m.igkn
crctt, Messrs Steinman and Ilensel, te
answer, in their capacity as members of
the bar, for their editorial utterances. This
is certainly a remarkable proceeding. If
Judge Patterson desired te maintain the
dignity of his court his mere direct method
would have been through proper dealing
with its sworn officers who had imposed
upon it. by procuring the discharge, for
peliticsl consideration, of a party worker
indicted for violation of the law. The
court is charged with treating with abso
lute complacency the confession of the dis
trict attorney and his assistant in the case,
that peliticsinflucnced their action in ask
ing the discharge of the aecnscl ; but
instead of taking cognizance of that
confessed imposition upon the court,
it summons the editors who called
attention te it and enters a rule en them
te show cause why they should net be
stricken from the roll of attorneys for eon
tempt. It is altegether probable that
Judge Patterson has get himself into some
trouble. lie is presumed te knew the
law, that no summary power shall be ex
ercised in regard te publications out of
court, and the attempt te get the attor
neys te affirm, in the presence of Uie court,
these sentiments expressed out of court
as editors, was such a conspicuous failure
that it would "nave been the part of wis
dom te drop the proceedings before going
se far as te enter a rule. The rights and
duties of an editor arc entirely separate
from these of a lawyer, notwithstanding
the two callings may be united in the
Somehow They Lese T!it;lr Heads.
Somehow judges seem te lese their heads
entirely when they open their minds te the
influences of political bias. They appear,
in fact, te go further than any ether class
of men excepting, possibly, a certain sort
of preachers in throwing te the winds,
with an utter looseness of abandonment,
law, equity and common sense at the sug
gestion of partisanship. The country has
had many notable illustrations of judicial
frailty in this regard, and they have done
much te destroy the excessive and some
what superstitious reverence in which the
-wearers of the figurative ermine were for
merly held. Toe many judges appear te
be utterly incapable of proceeding with the
impartiality which should characterize
every exercise of the judicial function when
they get a scent of politics in a case te be
affected by their action. The unfortunate
disposition te subordinate duty te preju
dice, and te give up te party what was
meant for mankind, is rapidly bringing the
bench into general contempt.
The dispatch of our Lancaster cories-
pendent exhibits a nibst outrageous, high
liunded and utterly unjustifiable procedure
en the part of Judge Patterson yesterday
in threatening te disbar two editors, -who
happen te be lawyers, by reason of stric
tures upon the action of the court through
the columns of a newspaper. Judge Pat
terson, of course, is wholly without a
shadow of authority te punish journalists
for animadversens, however ; severe,
ui)en his conduct, by summoning
them te answer for contempt
of court. If he can wreak his
spite upon a newspaper man who
is at the same time a lawyer by disbarring
him, he can with just as much propriety
send his tipstaffs all ever the common
wealth te arrest editors who speak their
minds about him, and haul them up and
fine them for contempt. This would be a
nice state of things, indeed. Happily the
press is free, and its freedom is protected
by the organic law of the Union from all
abridgment. If Mr. Associate Justice Pat
terson thinks somebody has struck his rep
utation, let him bring his action for libel
like any ether citizen, and net undertake
te play the autocrat by acting as prosecu
tor and judge in his own case.
CIVIL SERVICE IN 184.1.
Interesting Letter from James Iiuchanan.
The following letter from James Bu
chanan, written when he .was secretary of
state under President Polk, will recall a
political episode of thirty-five years age
that will net be without interest in this
latter day of civil service reform. It is
marked by the dignified courtesy that was
characteristic of Mr. Buchanan's personal
and political relations with these who en
joyed his acquaintance during his public
career and which trait of character contribu
ted se largely te giving a world-wide reputa
tion te White Heuse hospitality and eti
quette during his occupancy of the execu
tive mansion. The letter was written prier
te the days of the general use of envelopes,
and went through the mails simply folded
together and scaled en tiic back with a
drop of wax. The figure " ." " stamped en
the upper right hand corner answers the
purpose new supplied by our mere modern
postage stamp. The letter is addressed in
Mr. Buchanan's clear and elegant ehirog ehireg
raphy te the late Jehn Dougherty, esq., of
this city, in whose family it is yet cherish
ed as an interesting souvenir :
Washington, 2 January, 18-15.
My Dear Sin : Your letter recom
mending Mr. Dcvinc for the consulate at
Itie Grande ought sooner te have been
answered. I have no doubt he is entirely
worthy of the appointment ; but the
president had committed himself in favor
of another person before it came te hand.
This was his answer te me when I urged
the elaim of Mr. Devine. Yeu must
pardon me, en account of my incesant
public engagements, for se long having
neglected te answer your letter.
Please te remember me in the kindest
terms te our friend Mr. Keenan, and be
lieve me te remain your friend,
Jehn Dougherty, esq.
The Fruit Growers.
The 20th annual meeting of the Penn
sylvania Fruit Growers society was held
yesterday at Bethlehem, Pa.
The meeting was called te order by Mr.
II. M. Englc, of Marietta, this county, one
of the vice presidents, at two o'clock
A number of reports of committees wcic
read and interesting discussions had. Es
says were also read by Messrs. Saterswait,
Xeble, Bents, Miller, Ililler and ethers.
A committee of live was appointed by the
chair te make nominations, who nomina
ted Judge Stigle, of Beading, for presi
dent, Messrs, lloepes and Engle, vice pres
ident, and E. B. Engle, secretary.
The meeting was held in the hall of the
Yeung Men's Christian association, which
was specially decorated with pictures and
evergreens for the society.
The meeting was one of the most large
ly attended and interesting that lias been
held. It was attended from nearly cveiy
county of Eastern Pennsylvania, repre
sentatives being present from Lcwistewn,
J llarrisburg, down te Philadelphia, al
I though there were net se many present
I from Lancaster county as might have
! been expected.
There was grcatastenishincnt with much
intermingled joy and sorrow yesterday at
the residence of Hebert Able, colored, Xe.
."JIG Green street. Mrs. Able gave birth te
a boy, te the joy of both father and mother.
The attending physician, Dr. M. L. Hcrr,
then informed the parents that there would
seen be another. The father smiled at this
announcement, but was sad when he learn
ed that the child was still-born. When the
doctor said rather gravely there would- be
another, l'eberl's eyes dilated with un
mistakable astonishment. The third child
was born, but it tee was dead. The triplets
are all well formed and of full size, and it
is te be much regretted that only one of
them survives. Mr. Able is an honest, in
dustrious man, and owns the little house
in which he lives. His wife is a hearty but
net very large woman.
1st Det Se '.'
I'l-efiffx says that "Lancaster, Penn
sylvania, seems te be developing some
excellent billiard-players. In Philadelphia,
en the contrary, there are net nearly se
many skilful amateurs in this beautiful
game as there were ten or fifteen years
age. The large number of tables in pri
vate houses appear te have had the strange
result of weakening the love for billiards,
and the stupid and demoralizing peel has,
hereabouts, everything its own way."
Left for the West.
The wife of Rev. William Xeble, of Les
Angeles, California, who has been East
since the death of her father. Rev. William
Easten, of Bart township, which occurred
some time age, left for her western home
at 2:10 this afternoon. Siic received a tel
egram stating that her husband is quite
Held te Answer.
Thus. E. Gable, charged with refilling
and using cigar boxes that had been once
used, had a hearing before U. S. Commis
sioner Slaymakcr this morning, and was
held in the sum of $300 for his appearance
at the February term of the U. S. district
court te answer for the offense charged.
A new siding is being laid down by the
Reading railroad at Quarryviile. It will
be used for the leading of ere from the
mines of J. W. Jehnsen, esq.
S. M. Xixer, press agent of the Walnut
street theatre, Philadelphia, was in town
te-day making arrangements for the ap
pearance of the Kiralfys in "Enchant
Frem the soup house this morning there
were distributed among the needy 347 free
rations of soup.
Barbara Faust of Eitiz, was granted a
divorced, in court, from her husband Henry
Faust, en the greuuds of desertion.
The Lecture Platform.
The coming literary event will be the lecture
en Sir Walter Scott by IJcv. A. II. Jack, in the
First Reformed, church, en Friday evening.
Rev. Jack is se well known new te our people
as an orator and discriminating critic, and his
subject announced for this occasion Is one f
such general interest that he should have a
large and intelligent audiancc. These who
heard him en "Burns" will be especially in
terested te hear him en Scotland's ether great
writer, while any who missed that rich treat
should avail themselves of this opportunity.
Wallace llruce, well and favorably known
here as a popular literary lecturer and poet, is
announced for next Tuesday evening en
" Womanhood in Shakspeare," a subject that is
highly suggestive of a rich address.
Enchantment. On Wednesday evening next
the 'Kiralfys will play "Enchantment" in this
city, and the chart for the sale of reserved seats
will open te-morrow morning at the opera
house. They will bring all the original
scenery, costumes, &e., and the cast will be the
very One company that appeared here in
"Pinafore," under the management of Mr.
Jehn T. Ferd, including 3Iiss Belle Mackenzie,
Mrs. Gcriueu and Mr. Denham. There will
be no advance in prices. Besides these the
ballets will be led by the great premiers. Miles.
De Resa and Fagalcri. The company will
travel in special cars furnished by the Reading
Mr. Henky Scuaefer, Millcrsburg, Ohie, was
cured of Rheumatism in the hipshy St. Jacob's
Ir vain the eyes are filled with light :
In vain the check with beauty glows,
Unless the teeth arc pure and white,
Unites the breatli is like the rose :
And SOZODONT alone supplies
These beauties that we all se prize.
Kuchautiuent at the Opera Ileu-c.
See Fry's Advertisement.
ESPFer further details see advertising
De a Faver tu a Sick Friend.
If you have friends suffering from any dis
order of the Kidneys send them a package of
Kidney-Wert, and will you make them happy.
Its great tonic power is especially directed te
these diseases, and it quickly relieves the dis
tress and cures the disease. Have you tried it.
Pure Spices at Lecher's Drug Stere.
Did you ever knew any person te be ill,
without inaction of the Stomach, Liver or Kid
neys, or did you ever knew one who was well
when cither was obstructed or inactive ; and
did you ever knew or hear of any case of the
kind that Hep Hitters would net cure. Ask
your neighbor this same question.
Kidney diseases alllict the greater part of the
human race, and they are constantly en the in
crease, but where the virtues of Kidney-Wert
have become known, they are held in cheek
and speedily cured. Let these who have had
te constantly dose spirits of nitre and such
stuff, give this great remedy a trial and be
" Werth their weight in geld" is what "Sel
lers' Liver Fills" are said te be. If you don't
believe it, try them.
Use Leeher's Ileiseand Cattle Powders.
An Important Personal Item.
Charles S. Prentice, of Teledo, Ohie, went te
Paris and thence te England te be treated for
Slight's disease, and after the best physicians
of both countries had done what they could
for him, gave up in despair and returned te
America te die. Here he received further
treatment from ether skillful physicians with
out benefit, and while "listlessly lingering in
pain and anguish," as lie says, heard of the
Safe Kidney and Liver Cdre, took it, and was
completely cured in a few weeks. He gives
circumstantial details of his painful experi
ence and astonishing cure, in a long letter te
11. II. Warner & Ce., which will be forwarded
en application. jl.-2wd
Try Leeher's Cough Syrup.
Ilrewn's Household Panacea
Is the most effective Pain Destroyer in the
world. Will most surely quicken the bleed
whether taken internally or applied externally,
and thereby mere certainly RELIEVE FAIN,
whether chronic or acute, than any ether pain
alleviator, and it is warranted double the
strength of any similar preparation.
It cures pain in the Side, Hack or Bowels,
Sere Threat, Rheumatism, Toothache and ALL
AC1IKS, and is the UK GAT RELIEVER OF
PAIX. "P.KOWX'S HOUSEHOLD PANA
CEA " should be in every family. Ateaspoon Ateaspeon Ateaspoen
tulofthe Panacea in a tumbler of het water
(sweetened, if preferred), taken at bedtime,
w ill BREAK UP A COLD, U." cents a bottle.
Undoubtedly with children, attributed toether
causes, is occasioned by Worms. BROWN'S
VEUMIFUUE COMFITS, or Werm Lozenges,
although effectual in destroying worms, can
de no pesible injury te the most delicate child
This valuable combination has been success
fully ued by physicians, and found te be ab
solutely sure in eradicating worms. Twenty
live cents a box. jani.Vlvd&wTuThftS
"Nip your cough in the bud," said Herace
Ureeley, by taking "Dr. Sellers' Cough Syrup."
Lese no time in getting a bottle.
Try Lecher's Cough Syrup.
One teaspoonful of Dr. Browning's C, & C.
Cordial for coughs and colds every three hours
will relieve the severest case. Consumptives
will lind satisfactory relief from its use. It is
geed for Asthmatic Coughs, Bronchitis, Croup,
Whooping Cough, Iiillncnzu, Sere Threat.
Hoarseness, and any troubles et the same
nature. At this time of the year colds are mere
quickly contracted than at any ether. If peo
ple will be imprudent, they must suffer the
consequence; but te atone for neglect use Ir.
Browning's C. & C. Cordial, and get relief. Fer
sale by druggists. Price 30 cents. Dr. Brown
Ing, Proprietor, 1117 Arch street, Philadelphia.
Statistics prove that twenty-live per cent,
of the deaths in our larger cities are caused by
consumption, and when we rellect that this
terrible disease in its worst stage will yield te
a bottle of Lecher's Kenewned Cough Syrup,
shall we condemn the sufferers ler their neg
ligence, or pity them for their ignorance?
Trv Lecher's Cough Syrup.
A Strange People
De you knew that there are strange peo
ple in'eur community, we say strange because
thev seem te prefer te suffer and pass their
lavs miserablv, made se by Dyspepsia and
Liver Complaint, Indigestion, Constipation
and Ueneral Debility, when Shiloh's Vitalizer
is guaranteed te cure them. Sold by D. Hon
shu, Lancaster, and M. L. Davis, Millers villc.
Five Hundred Thousand Streng.
In the past few months there have been mere
than 500,000 bottles of Shiloh's Cure sold. Out
of the vast number of people who have used it,
mere than 2,(XK) cases et Consumption have
been cured. All Coughs, Croup. Asthma and
Bronchitis yield at once, hence it is that every
body speaks in its praise. Te these who have
net used it, let us say, if yen have a cough, or
your child the cough, and you value life, don't
"fail te trv it. Fer lame back, side or chest use
Shiloh's "Pereus Plaster. Sold by your drug
gists, D. Hcitshu, Lancaster, and M. L. Davis,
Wn have a speedy and positive cure for Ca
tarrh. Diphtheria. Cankcrmeutliand Headache
in Shilelrs Catarrh Kemedy. A nasal injector
free with each bottle. Use it if you desire health
anil sweet breath. Price 50 cents. Sold by
I). Hcitshu, Lancaster, and M. L, Davis, Mil
IKK, LIFE AND ACCIDENT.
Insurance at lowest rates. Geed and Reli-
able Companies. llERli & STAUFFEK,
Kent Estate & Ins. Agts., 3 X. Duke St.
1 I hereby notify the public In general net
te sell or give mv son, Jacob Bewers, of Lan
caster citv, anything in my name en and after
January 20, 1880, as I will pay no bills that he
may contract. JOHN BOWK US.
GOBHAM PLATED WARE,
And the Best Grades of American Electro-Plate en White Metal.
FRENCH CLOCKS WITH SILVER BELL,
FRENCH CLOCKS WITH CATHEDRAL BELL.
Complete Mantel Sets of Centre and Side Pieces in Marble or Bronze.
MUSICAL BOXES WITH HARP,
MUSICAL BOXES WITH BELLS, DRUM AND CASTAGNETTE,
Musical Bexes with Accompaniments and Mounted en" Fine Library Writing:
A fine general assortment of Jewelry, cemprising: all the Newest Designs.
Designs and estimate of cost given for mounting Diamonds and ether
Special care taken in the execution of Fine Monograms and Inscription
Engraving. Alse, in complicated and ordinary watch and jewelry repairing.
JVA'ir Alt VERT1SEMENTS.
Lancaster, Dec. 12, 1S7J.
TNSUHE YOUR PROPERTY IX RELIABLE
JL COMPANIES at
: 103 West King Street.
INSURE YOUR PROPERTY IX THE REST
BAUSMAN ft BURNS',
il-tfced U Office : Ne. 10 West Orange St.
The annual meeting of the stockholders of
the American Mechanics' Building and Lean
Association will be held en Saturday evening
(21th Inst.), at 7 o'clock, in Coyie's building,
Ne. 38 East King street. Election of officers
and ether business.
J22-3U1 WM. T. JEFFEKIES, Sec'y.
PEOPLE'S BUILDINU, LOAN AXI RE
POSIT COMPANY. 10th SERIES. The
books are new opened for subscription te the
New Series of Stock te be issued Saturday next.
January 24. 1880. Monthly dues $2 per share.
1'ar value of shares, $100. Ne back dues te pay.
Call en the Secretary, or at the monthly meet
ing at Inquirer Building (2d fleer), en Satur
day evening next (24th) at 714 o'clock. Full
information and statements furnished en ap
plication. II. W. V1LLEE,
C0H0 & WILEY,
3SO XOllTMl WATER ST., Lancaster, Pa.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
LUMBER AND COAL.
Alse, Contractors and Ilulldcrs.
Estimates made and contracts undertaken
en all kinds of buildings.
Branch Office : Ne. 3 NORTH DUKK ST.
T7"E HAVE LEASED THE LARGE AXD
V COMMODIOUS STORE ROOM,
Ne. 57 NORTH QUEEN ST.,
Just three doers below us, which we will oc
cupy en or before the
FIRST OF FEBRUARY.
It is new in course of alteration and as seen
as practicable we will move our stock.
Have advanced In price like every ether class
of goods. Anticipating a rise, we placed orders
for all our goods early in the fall, and are pre
pared te sell at old prices.
We have ends and odd lets of Paper, which
will be sold at half value in order te close out
PHARES W. FRY,
G3 North 0,uecn Street.
JULTON OPERA HOUSE.
- POSITIVELY ONE NlUnT ONLY
WEDNESDAY EYEXIXG, JAX. 28.
The most Beautiful Spectacle ever seen,
Grand Spectacular Production, entitled
A Talc of Enchantment,
On a Scale of Magnificence and Grandeur sur
passing anything ever "seen in America. En
tirely Ncw'atul Nevel Costumes. Brilliant and
Glittering Armors and Jewels. Marvelous Me
chanical Etrects. Full Cerps de Ballet. Grand
Cosmopolitan Ballet of 50 young ladies in Glit
tering Armer. Immense Demen Ballet. The
World's Greatest Premiers,
DE ROSA, MLLE. PAGALERI,
And MONS. ARNOLD KIRALFY, introducing
the following great European Specialty Ar
tists: LES FANTOCHS VALOTTE; THE
FAMOUS ULM SISTERS, in their Eccentric
Stvrian Semts. THE THREE RONALUOS,
MASTER CABLING, the Extraordinary Car
icaturist. Grand Amazen March, led by a beau
tiful and charmingly formed young lady. A
few of the numerous Stage Pictures are :
Village in Hartz Mountains.
A Wihl Cress Path in Broeken.
The Grotte of Stalacta.
Palace of Lace.
The Grand Staircase of the Gelden Terrace.
Grand Transformation Scene The Hemes of
Ne advance in Prices.
Seats new readv at the Opera Heuse. Secure
your scats in advance. Ne extra charge for
The cast will include Miss Belle Mackenzie,
Mrs. Gernen and Mr. Dcnham.
FLIO & BREff EMAH"
Ceal Oil Lamps,
These goods arc entirely new and handsomer
than ever before offered and prices lower.
FLINN & BRENEMAN
152 North Queen Street,
Rev. Alexander B. Jack.
This distinguished lecturer will deliver his
SIR WALTER SCOTT,
in the FIRST REFORMED CHURCH, en
FRIDAY EVEXIXG, JAX. 23, 1SS0.
ADMISSION, 50 cents
Tickets can be had at Zalim's Cerner Jewel
ry store, or at the book stores. jan!7-6td
UE CELEBRATED ORATOR IX LITER
Will deliver his lecture en
"WOMANHOOD IN SHAKSPEARE,"
In Fulton Opera Heuse, Lancaster, en
Tuesday Evening, January 27th, 1880.
The chart is new open at Ilarry 31. Herr's
Boek Stere, East King street, where reserved
eats can be hud without extra charge.
H. Z. RHOADS & BRO., Jewelers,
Ne. 4 West King Street.
DEMOCRATIC WARD MEETINGS.
The Democracy of Lancaster city and all
who are willing te co-operate witli them in se
curing an economical, honest and progressive
municipal government are invited te meet at
the ward houses in their respective wards
from 7 te 8 o'clock, en
WEDNESDAY EYE'IX, JAX. 28,
te make general nominations for the offices te
be filled at the approaching municipal elec
tions. The Ward Houses and the offices te be
filled are as fellows :
1st Ward, Shober's netel. Select Council
man, Common Councilmen, Judge, Inspector
2d Ward, Union Hetel. Select Councilman,
common councilmen, Judge, Inspector, As
sessor and Constable.
3d Ward, Jacob Effinger's Saleen. Select
Councilman, Common Councilmen, Judge,
Inspector, Assessor and Constable.
4th Ward, Gee. II. Erisman's Saleen. Cem
men Councilmen, Judge, Inspector, Assessor
5th Ward, Philip Wall's Green Tree Hetel.
Common Councilmen, Judge, Inspector, As
sessor and Constuble.
6th Ward, Jes. Kautz's Saleen. Select Coun
cilman, Common Councilmen, Judge, Inspec
tor, Assessor and Constable.
7th Ward, Bernard Kuhlman's Saleen. Cem
men Councilmen, Judge, Inspector, Assessor
8th Ward, Lucas Fritz's Saleen. Select Coun
cilman, Common Ccunciimen, Judge, Inspec
tor, Assessor and Constable.
9th Ward, Arneld riaas's Saleen. Alderman,
Common Councilmen, Judge, Inspector, As
sessor and Constable.
Ueneral nominations for Mayer, Scheel Di
rectors (six te be elected) and City Committee
men will be made in all the wards.
The Primary Meetings te settle the nominees
of the party will be held en
SATURDAY EYEXIXG, JAX. 31.
II. A. MILEY,
Chairman City Committee.
TT Everybody te advertise, free of charjre.
m the Intkllieexcek, who wants something
A girl te assist in cooking
and te work
at nousewerK. Apply at
J'RXXTIA'O AJfli RLXDIXU.
(Same as used by Tobacco Samplers), Heavy
Railroad Beard any Celer. Alse,
Contract and Receipt Beeks at
the Lewest Prices,
Having purchased the exclusive right of
Lancaster city and county te manufacture and
Reynolds's Metallic Stationery ami
THE ONLY DEVICE GIVING ENTIRE SAT
ISFACTION, we are new prepared te f urnish
Check Beeks, Letter Heads, Nete Heads, State
ments, Bill Heads, all sizes, Notes f all kinds,
Contract Beeks, Receipt Beeks, Order Beeks,
and, in fact any kind of work in which binding
is necessary printed en the very best paper at
the lowest figures.
This invention, for the use of which we have
obtained the sole right in Lancaster city and
county, enables us te bind the above named or
any ether kind of blank and memoranda books
at the cost of printing alone, and in a style that
for neatness and durability is net equalled by
any ether device of a similar character. Dur
ing the time that Reynolds's Metallic Station
ery and Boek Binder has been before the pub
lic it has acquired a high reputation among
printers and ethers who have had occasion te
make use of it. for the extreme simplicityeflts
construction and the ease and accuracy of its
operation, while business men and ethers
whose experience enables them te speak where
of they knew pronounce its work te be super
ior in the essential points of cheapness, con
venience and durability te that of the old pro
cess, and we are willing te give our patrons a
guarantee of the perfectly satisfactory char
acter of its work.
Specimens of Binding may be seen at the I--TELtiGEjfCEn
eillce, and all persons desiring a
neat and substantial piece of work in this line
are invited te call and inspect the numerous
advantages we have te offer, and which enable
us te turn out Geed and Durable Werk at
prices lower than any ether printing establish
ment in the city. ltd
ROBES, BLANKETS, AC.
OIGN OF THE BUFFALO HEAD.
I have new en hand the Largest, Best axd
CiiEArEST Assortment of Lined and Unlined
BUFFALO ROBES in the city. Alse LAP
AND HORSE BLANKETS of every descrip
tion. A full line of
Trunks and Satchels,
Harness, Whips, Cellars, &c.
3Kcpairing neatly and promptly denc.Gl
108 Xerth Queen St., Lancaster.
fiCS HI filllNIi
THURSDAY EVENING, JAN. 22, 1880.
Washington, Jan. 22. Fer the Middle
states, rain and snow, falling barometer,
and easterly te seuthery winds, followed
during the night or by Friday morning by
colder westerly te northwesterly winds and
THE SOUTH AMERICAX DELUGE.
Life and Property Swept Away by an Over
Panama, Jan. 13. The flood in Cauca
valley is the most severe one within mem
ory or tradition. The river rose until it
reached the breadth of three miles, and
went raging through the valley, carrying
all before it. Several small villages were
destroyed and several lives lest, but no ac
curate report of the damage is yet possi
ble. On the subsidence of the flood the peo
ple were aghast at the ruins. Everything
in the way of cattle, crops and movables of
all kinds was destroyed, and people had te
go armed as a protection against immense
snakes which were swept down with the
flood and ledged in the trees. Lesses are
estimated in the neighborhood of a million
TWO TO OXE.
The Buckner Bank Reserve Bill Beaten
158 te 79.
Washington, Jan. 22. The Heuse this
morning resumed consideration of the
bank reserve bill, the pending question
being en seconding the tlcmandjfer previous
question, and it was seconded. The main
question was then ordered, and an hour's
debate commenced en the bill. After de
bate the Heuse proceeded te vote upon it
and the pending amendment, requiring
banks te keep their coin reserves in their
own vaults. The amendment was rejected,
33 te 79. The question then recurred en
third reading of the bill and resulted 33 te
40. The yeas and nays were demanded
and resulted yeas 70, nays 153, thus de
feating the bill.
The Heuse then went into committee en
revision of the rules.
In the Senate.
A resolution was adopted asking the
secretary of the interior whether any
members of the beard of Indian commis
sioners were interested in Indian contracts.
It was resolved that when the Senate
adjourn te-day it be until Monday.
The Bayard resolution was then taken
up, and Mr. Coke addressed the Senate.
si Aim E.
The Fusion Legislature Still Firm.
Augusta, Me., 22. The state house is
still guarded and the vigilance of the Re
publican government is net released. The
Fusionist Legislature met this morning
with undiminished attendance. It was an
nounced that Governer Smith had received
a congratulatory address from the Central
club of Crccnbackcrs of Titusvillc, Pa. A
telegram received from Biddcferd request
ed the Fusion government te held its
sessions at that place.
Anether Fusionist took his scat in the
Republican Heuse te-day, and stated it
was only a question of time until the regu
larly elected Fusionists will de the same.
FRANK LONG'S TEKK1BLE. DEATH.
Nothing Left but a Mass of Mangled Flesh.
Reading, Pa., Jan. 22. Frank Leng,
of this city, brakeman en the Read
ing railroad, was instantly killed
en the railroad last night between
Limerick and Pottstown. He was drawn
under the wheels and whirled from side te
side until nothing was left but a horribly
mangled mass of llesh.
Has Freeman's Horrible Freak Been Du
plicated in the West ?
Chicago, 111., January 22. Great excite
ment prevails at New Hampton, Iowa,
ever a supposed herible murder. The
young son of an Advcntist preacher known
as Elder Buck has been missing since last
fall, and as Buck belongs te the same class
of fanatics as Freeman, of Massachusetts,
it is feared he has sacrificed the bev.
ITS POLITICAL .SIGNIFICANCE.
Lord Derby's Hospitalities te a Liberal
Londen, Jan. 22. Lord Ramsey, Lib
eral candidate for Parliament for Liver
pool, was last night the guest of Lord
Derby. This is considered in some quar
ters te indicate that the influence of Derby
;s te be thrown with the Liberals in the
coming parliamentary elections.
Investigating the Cause efthc Ute Outbreak.
Washington, Jan. 22. The Heuse
committee en Indian affairs resumed the
investigation te-day of the causes of the
recent Ute outbreak. Commissioner Hay t
was again before .them and continued his
statement, which embodied a general de
fense of his administration.
THE ENGLISH COLLIEBT DISASTER.
The Bodies of Fifty
Victims Recovered Thus
Londen, Jan. 22, The corpses of fifty of
the victims of the explosion in the Lycett
colliery, at Ncwcastlc-under-Tyne, yes"
terday,havc new been recovered. Of twelve
persons who were get out alive yesterday
five have since died and ethers are dying.
Cotten and Valuable Machinery Iturued.
Petersburg, Va., Jan. 22. The large
cotton gin, owned by Wm. II. Spratty,
in Greensville county, was destroyed by
fire yesterday, together with the machinery
and a large number of bales of cotton
stored in the building.
PERILS OF THE SEA.
Collision and L.osef Life.
Bosten, Jan. 22. The sceamer Bava
ria arrived here and reports that she ran
into and sunk the schooner Fanny at sea.
Fanny's captain and two men were
The association of copper manufacturers
of the United States held its annual meet
ing in Baltimore. It was resolved te ad
vance the price of all manufactures of sheet
copper two cents per pound. The fol
lowing officers were elected : President,
Gee. A. Pepe, of Baltimore : vice presi
dent, Jeshua Hcndrick, of New Yerk;
secretary and treasurer, W. II. Matthews,
of New Bedford.
Arrested for Harder.
New Yebk, Jan. 22. The police early
this morning-arrested a man who is be
lieved te have been connected with the
murder of Annie TJawney. They refuse
te gire the man's name.
.New Yerk Market.
New Yerk. January 22. Fleur State I and
Western dull and In buyers' favor
superfine state X 805 25; extra de
."4ejS0; choice de $5 83623; fancy de $6 30
2j; round hoop Ohie $5 906 90; choice
de G 60S7 73; superfine western $48033 25;
common te geed extra de $5 4OQ5 90 ? choice
dodeSS93f2S25: chnlenwhltnwhiMt ilnuaua
6j; southern quiet, heavy ; common te fidr
extra $t 006 65 ; geed te choice de S 7533 00.
Wheat without decided change and rather
Whliel-ebl MarCh 1&1W 1
Cern dull without decided change; Mixed
icawi.ii siiui enanists ; ue IUIUTO &761XC.
Oats dull; state 47K50c; Western 47
Philadelphia, January 22, Fleur heavy
superfine t 503 00; extra 5 306 OU:
Ohie and Indiana family $G 7507 12: Penn'a
faniily C 23fi 73 ; St. Leufc family 17 006725 :
high grades $7 30ffl8 50.
Iye flour unchanged.
Cemment Brandy wine unchanged.
J5?l9uU,t; Xe-2 wtern Red 91 44;
ii ' "-riJs.
ull; steamer 57ic; yellow 57Jc;
.nat?.?ui;t : Southern and Penn'a white 47K
49c; Western white 47l9c; Western mixed
Rye dull ; Western SSc ; Pa. 88c.
Previsions steady; mesa perk 114 00; beef
hams $16001G50; India mess beef n 50;
Bacen smoked shoulders 5Kc ; salt de 4?5e ;
smoked hams 1010c; plcklwl hama t
Lard dull and easy; city kettle 8c ; loose
butchers' 7Jc ; prime steam TJJc.
Butter quiet and weak; creamery ex
tra .H34c : Bradford county and X. T. extra
i.S-J;c; Western reserve extra at 'ttO-Xc;
de geed te choice 1722c : rolls dull Penn'a
extra 10tSe; western reserve extra l'J2lc.
Eggs steady ; Choice Penn'a 18ll)c ; West
Cheese Hrm; X. Y. factory 1414Kc;
western lull cream 1314c: de ler geed tSl
i.! ; de Iialf-skinis none here.
I'etreieum lower ; Refined 7?8'c.
Whisky $1 10.
Philadelphia, Jan. iJ
. . I-i30r.M.
I'ennuti's (third Issue) IOC
Fhiladelphia & Erie l
Lehigh Valley. .y
United Ces. of X. J ia;
Northern Pacific 1J
Northern Central ;-u?
Lehigh Navigation :!7k
Central Transportation Ce. MVZ
Pitts., Titusviiie A Buffalo. Sil
uitue Schuylkill 51
. . , . New ewe, Jan. 2
N. Y. Cent nil ixs-vj
rriL .,. l"i
Adams Express 107U
Michigan Central UO
Michigan Southern loejjj
Illinois Central 103 "
Cleveland ft Pittsburgh ill
Chicago Reck Island 151
Pittsburgh Fert WayncllMi
Western Union Tel. Ce lKi'A
Teledo & Wabash 44
New Jersev Central 80
EOR SALE OR RENT.
Lit, in geed condition,
FOR RENT, NO. 114 N.
Possession given Jiinuurv
1st. Apply i
Ne. 112 North Queen Street.
Union Hetel, East Chestnut street, oppo eppo oppe
e Penn'a Depot. Apply at the
10-tfd INTELLIGENCER OFFICE.
; Twe rooms. Ne. 43 North Queen street,
suitable for photograph gallery, new occupied
uy ?. e.llllliuill. .rtlipiy IO
Twe or the best Farms in Lancaster coun
ty, situated IK miles from Lancaster citv. In
quire at IIIRSII ft BRO'S.
1? Stere Roem, Xe.
13 East Kinir street, new
occupied by Align
Augustus Rhoads. Inquire of II.
G. Lipp, Millersville
Avenue or within: ulse.
tlie upstairs rooms for rent.
I.-1IRE PROOF SAFE FOIS SALE.
; A Fire Proof Safe (Mesler, Bakinan ft Ce..
Cincinnati make), 31 inches high, 2RU wide and
24 deep, weight 1,9X1 pound-', with Sargent's
Patent Night and Day Combination Leck, for
saie eueap. jiimm v ill me
A twelve te fifteen horsc-newcr emrine
and boiler. Alse a large planer, almost new;
a small flooring anil matching machine, uml a
tenetingand power mortising machine.
Address PHILIP LEB.ELTEIt,
Eagle Speke and Bending Works,
nevlO-tfii&w Lancikster. Pa.
PUBLIC SALE A RARE CHAXCK.
On TUESDAY, JANUARY 27.18H0. will he
sold at public sale, at Jehn IIcss's Swan Hetel,
corner of Seuth Queen and Vine streets, the
following described real estate, known its the
Ancher Bending Works, situated at Xe. 11!
Seuth Queen street, Lancaster city.
Xe. 1, Containing in front en Seuth Queen
street, ' feet 1 inches, mere or less, and in
depth la; leet, mere or less, en which is erected
a Twe-story FRAME DWELLING, containing
six rooms, with Basement Kitchen and Cellar,
also Bakceven, Smoke Heuse and ether neces
sary outbuildings-. A never-falling Well of
Water, Hydrant and Cistern, also Fruit Trees
and Grape Vines In the vard.
Ne. 2, The ANCHORBENDING WORKS, Xe.
113 Seuth Christian street", 33 feet 1 inches,
mere or less, en Christrian street, 122 feet deep,
mere or less,, te let Ne. I, en which is erected
the Twe-story FACTORY,32x7 feet, part brick
and part frame. One Stere Roem, ll.t4G feel,
and iiuxtef the Machinery, as Engine (nearly
new). Beiler, Siialtings, Belting, Circulur Saw,
This is a rare opportunity for parties with a
limited capital te secure agned business stand,
as it has been can led en successfully ler sixteen
years. It is lit ted up in the most complete ami
convenient manner for business et any kind,
easy of access and centrally located in the heart
of the city, only one square from Centre
This property will be sold in parts or as a
whole, as may best suit purchasers. The only
reason for selling this property is that the bus
iness of the Ancher Bending works lias grown
se great that the proprietor is compelled te en
large his works, and will remove te Reading,
where he has secured works of ample propor
tions. Persons desiring te view the property will
please call en the undersigned.
Sale te commence at yt o'clock p. m., whn
attendance will be given and terms made
known by JACOB A. LE1PPE,
Ne. 113 Seuth Quewn Street.
Hexrv SncBEirr, Auct.
ASSIGNEE'S SALE OF VALUAKLE
PROPERTY. OX SATURDAY, JANU
ARY 24, ISftO. The undersigned assignees of
Patrick Carr and wife, of LancusCcr city, Pa.,
will expose te public sale. Jit Michael's hotel
North Queen street, the lollewing valuable
properties, viz :
Ne, 1. All that certain one and a half story
BRICK DWELLING HOUSE, and Let or
Piece of Ground thereto belonging, situated
en the north side of West King street, Lancas
ter city, said let having a front of la feet 'i
inches, and extending in deptti 100 feet, mere
or less, and being Ne. C33 West King street,
bounded en the west by prejiertv, new or late
of Mary Campbell, en the north fry an alley, en
the east by property new or late of Jeremiah
Campbell, and en the south by West King
Ne. 2. All that certain two-story BRICK.
DWELLING HOUSE, and let or piece of
ground, thereto belonging, situate en the west
side of North Plum street, Lancaster city.
Ne. 38, said let measuring seventeen
feet, mere or less, en Plum street, and
extending in depth westward et tliat
width, 7!) feet i inches, mere or less, bounded
en the east by Plum street, en the south by
property new or late of Jehn J. Dersch, en the
west by property of Martin Gratr. and en the
nertli by a common alley. This is a desirable
property located in one of the best parts of
Ne. 3. All these two certain LOTS OF
GROUND situute en the southwest corner of
East Chestnut und Marshall streets, Laucas
ter city. Pa., measuring in front en said East
Chestnut street 44 feet, mere or-'less, and ex
ending indepth seuthwardly lllj feet te an ailey
said lets being Nes. 91 and 02 en Chestnut
street tract; bounded en the north by
said East Chestnut street, en the east by said
Marshall, en the south by a 14-feet wide alley.
unden;the west by Ne. 93 of said Chestnut
street tract. These are very desirable building
lets, sltuuted in a new and rapidly improving
part of the city.
Sale te commence at 7 o'clock, p. m of said
day, when attendance will be given and terms
made known by
EMANUEL E. MILLER,
Assignee of. Patrick Carr and Wife,
Hcnrv Shubert, Auctioneer,