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LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1880.
Court of Common Pleas.
Jacob Reese vs. Bernard Short, action
te recover the amount of a store hill
alleged te have been purchased from the
plaintiff. The defense was that the bill
was paid by the defendant with pests and
rails furnished the plaintiff. The jury
found for the plaintiff for $51.80.
In the case of Abraham E. Stauffer vs.
Samuel Bruckhart judgment was entered
against Samuel Bruckhart for $1,118.40. '
Isabella Sharp vs. Henry Gulfuss, issue
te right te certain personal property
seized upon by the sheriff as the property
of Christian Sharp and claimed by the
plaintiff, who is his wife. The plaintiff
alleged that the property was transferred
tj her by an uncle en account of his love
and affection for her. He lives in Iowa
ami the plaintiffs allege that they sent him
the transfer with interrogatories for the
purpose of obtaining his deposition. He
would net have his deposition taken unless
he received $40. He also refused te return
the transfer. The plaintiff offered te prove
the contents of the transfer by oral testi
mony. This was net allowed by the court
and a juror being withdrawn the case was
In the case of S. Clay Miller's use vs.
.lehn G. Dunwoody, defendant, and Elam
Charles, garnishee, judgment was cn
teied against Elam Charles for $104.72,
with slay of execution until March 1, 1880.
I. S. McTaguc. vs. Peter Bittncr. This
was an action te recover rent. The plain-till-
rented the defendant a hotel property,
which is situated at Frent and Bridge
streets, Columbia. The agreement was
that he was te take it for three years, and
pay $500 per year. lie paid something
ever $1,100, leaving a balance due of
$:J22.40. which it was alleged he refused te
pay. The defence admitted renting the
property which he left in October, 1870,
before his Icai-e expired. The plaintiff
then leased tlm'piepeity te another man at
25 per month. The defendant claims that
he then agieed te pay plaintiff $5.50 per
month, and he (plaintiff) was willing te
threw off $11.10 per month.
Alter he defense was in the paities
compromised the case and a veidict was
taken in favor of the plaintiff for $2:W.:!5.
Tin: time for
argument is past. Ce
TIiu Plant Club.
The announcement en the bulletin beard
u!" the Yeung Men's Christian association
that a Plant Club would be organized last
evening bieught. together some fifty or
mere pcr.sens intcie.sled in this direction.
Mr. .1. I). Pyott, fzem the committee ap
pointed at last meeting of the Star Club,
lcpeilcd basis of organization which after
s'ight modification was adopted as fellows :
"Your committee lccemmend that the
following legulatiens be adopted for the
proposed Plant Club, all members sign
ing an agiecment te lie governed by
1. Each member en entering the club
te be prexided with (-ray's Scheel and
Field Boek of Betany.
"2. Each member te be present at all
the uuctinge. which shall be net less than
leu in number: said meetings te beheld
at the rooms of (he Yeung Men's Chris
tian association en Monday of each week
at K p. in., and at ether times, as eidcred
by the club.
:;. Written analysis of net less than
thirty plant and twenty trees will be re
quired te be made and presented for exam
ination in .-.ucli manner as the club may
"A. Each member will be expected
te prepare a pa;er upon such topic, or a
written answer te such question, as may
be referred te him by the club.
'5. Pait of the time at each meeting
.shall tbe devoted te a 'quiz' upon the
work already done.
" With regard te mounting specimens,
while it is recommended te members as
very useful practice, we de net feel justi
fied in making it a positive requirement."
Mr. J no. C. Burrowes was chosen te con
duct the work of the class, he being an
earnest young botanist. The conditions
were signed by feity niembeis, nearly
half of whom were ladies. The club will,
no doubt, number from sixty te eighty
members The next meeting will be held
at S o'clock en Monday evening. The
work for the evening will be a cursory ex
amination of the text book adopted and
instruction as te the intelligent use by the
tables for analysis of plants.
(:;i: failure te vote might turn the city
ever te the ringstcrs, advocates of mere
debt and higher taxes. Te.thc polls and
vote for MacCenigle.
A stranger Dies en the Turnpike.
Yesterday about neon a man apparently
50 or 00 years of age was found dead en
vthe Lancaster and Columbia turnpike near
Mountville. Deputy Corener "Win. Roberts
held nn inquest en the body. On the
person of the stranger was a geld watch
and a small amount of money, and some
letters which .seemed te indicate that his
name was Frank Be wly, and that he be
longed te Winchester, Virginia. One of tint
letters was written by a Reading druggist
and seemed te be in answer te one written
by Bewly, as it stated that there was no
i)r. Appleton new living in Reading. The
deceased stranger was seen in Mountville
yesterday morning by several persons. He
then appeared te be suffering and said he
felt very sick. It is probable that he
walked along the pike until ha became ex
hausted and then lay down and died.
There were no marks of violence en his
person. The corencr'sjury returned a ver
dict of denth from natural causes. The
body is lying at Mountville, and Deputy
Corener Rebeits has telegraphed te Win
chester in hopes of hearing from the un
fortunate man's friends.
Yerit vote may change the result.
Hasten te the polls and cast it for Mac
In the United States district court,
Philadelphia, yesterday, before Judge
Butler, Themas E. Gable, a cigar
dealer, this city, was tried en the charge
of selling cigars in rc-used boxes. They
had been sold te one Mrs. Aaren, corner of
Lew and Freiberg streets, and she testi
fied that defendant sold them, while a
cigar manufacturer testified that the boxes
had been previously tilled by him. A ver
dict of guilty was rendered. Sentence
The pelks remain open until 7 o'clock.
Plenty of time te get another one in for
A Bad Turnpike.
A subscriber residing at Elizabethtown
complains of the almost impassable condi
tion of the turnpike between that borough
and Middlctewn, and requests us te call
the attention of the directors te the matter,
se that it may be promptly repaired. Pee
ple who pay tell are entitled te have geed
reads te travel en.
BURGLARY AND EOBBEBV.
A. B. Baer's Heuse Bobbed.
Last night thieves broke into the resi
dence of Mr. A. B. Baer, Rohrerstewn.and
stele therefrem a new overcoat, a hand
some zephyr scarf, about 50 pounds of
flour, a number of pies, plates, cakes,'
oranges, spoons and perhaps some ether
The thieves entered the house by forcing
up the lower sash of a window which was
fastened at the top with one of the usual
sort of window fasteners, and then broke
the belts which fastened the inside shut
ters. This gave them admission te
the .store room in which the family
previsions are kept. Adjoining the
store room is another room, from
which there is a stairway leading te
the cellar where Mr Baer's liquors arc
kept. The burglars failed te break the
lock leading into this room. They w ere
probably disturbed and scared off before
finishing the job they had undertaken.
There were several ether articles of cloth
ing in the room including a half-worn
overcoat, hat, gloves, cap, which did net
seem te strike the thieves' fancy ; and
there was a solid silver ladle, which they
evidently overlooked. A square box con
taining Mrs. Baer's thread, needles, cce.,
was broken open but none of the contents
stolen. The box was thewn into the yard
It is supposed the thieves were there about
2 o'clock, as a neighbor living net far off
heard a noise that sounded like that made
by knocking at or breaking open a deer.
They robbery was net discovered until
after daybreak, and there is as yet no clue
th the thieves.
This makes the fourth time burglars
have paid their requests te Mr. Baer. Last
fall a year they broke into his present
residence and stele a quantity of meat and
whisky, and twice previously they broke
into his farmhouse some distance from
The hotel new kept by Samuel Slyer
(better known as Iniinel's hotel) situated
en the Harrisburg pike, near the second
gate, was broken into and robbed of a pair
of beets, about a gallon of gin, a box of
cigars and a few ether articles. The thief
effected an cnterance into the bar-room by
fereing the back window of the bar-room.
A demijohn of whisky and some- clothing
in the room were left undisturbed. As the
hotel is only a short distance from Mr.
Baer's house, it is probable that both
robberies were committed by the same
A Heavy Vete Being Polled.
Belew will be found the vote polled up
te :' o'clock this afternoon, compared with
the vote for mayor at the same hour,
Fein nary, 1877, and for governor, Novem
Mayer. Governer. Mayer
Ward. 1877. 1878. 1880.
First 40 :iG0 !)74
Second 405 4:50 405
Third :J78 ;98 427
Fourth 450 4:54 407
Fifth 270 10 :120
Sixth 512 503 339
Seventh 411 3SS 408
Eighth 5:51 497 557
Ninth 385 413 440
As will be seen by the above figures the
vote polled is'unusually large and indicates
that the total vote of the city will reach
fully 5.000. Beth parties arc working
hard, but the Republicans generally con
cede Mayer MacGenigle's election. The
Bering betting men have taken te the
General geed order has thus far been
maintained at all the polling places,
though there has been of course some
'dialling" and a few blows struck. No
body hurt, however.
The Late Henry Fisher.
In the window of FenDersmith's
book store, East King street, is a
hnndsemcty formed portrait of the
ilate Henry Fisher, of this city, paint
cil by his brother Geerge R. Fisher,
of Alligheny, an artist, who has attained
a high reputation as a portrait painter.
The liking is a striking one, but in our op ep op
nien a little tee ligct colored.
Send in the Ke turns.
It will save us some trouble, and enable
us te give our friends the result of the
election at an earlier hour this evening that
can otherwise be done, ifthcpollcemmittcc
willsend, in as seen as the polls close, the
total number of votes polled in each ward.
As seen as the vote has been counted we
would like te have the full number of votes
received by each candidate, and net mere
ly the majority.
The Heme Entertainment.
Last evening there was a geed attend
ance at the opera house where an enter
tainment was given for the benefit of the
free medical dispensary. The features of
the perform nice were the actiug of Mr.
Henry Dc Ycrd's trained deg, the aged
negre impersonation of Charles Shay and
the banjo playing of Henry Gam.
Kunrked Down by a Ilorse.
icstcrday afternoon a woman with a
a child in her arms was walking ercr the
crossing at North Queen and Orange
streets, when a horse hitched te a buggy
which a man was driving, ran against her,
knocking her down. She was considerably
bruised, but her injuries were net serious.
Balls Last Night.
The Pickwick club held a ball last night
in Rethwciler's hall. The attendance was
large and every thing passed off plea
santly. The Sun fire company also held a.ball at
their engine house. The crowd there was
also large and geed order prevailed.
On Sunday night horse thieves broke
into the stable of Franklin Dillcr, of Hai Hai
ristewn, and stele a bay mare which up te
this time has net been found.
St. Luke's Mission.
This evening Rev. Rutus Ward Ilufferd, et
St. Jehn's Lutheran church, will preach in St.
Luke's Reformed chapel. Services en te-morrow
evening will be conducted by Mr. O. II.
Strunck, et the Reformed Theological Semi
Buffalo lllll. This evening Buffalo
Bill, the famous hunter, will present at the
opera house his play et " LUc en the Mains."
He will be supported by a strong dramatic
company, including several Indians. The
election returns will be read from the stage
between ;thc acts. The St. Leuis Glebc-Dem
ecrat says of Buffalo Bill : "Buffalo Bill and
his 1'awnce chiefs had a $1,000 house last night
at the Grand opera house. The gallery and
family circle were literally packed, and never
were actors mere enthusiastically applauded.
The wild horse dance waj true te Hie, and was
performed by real Indians, with regular
built tomahawks and spears. Cedy's rille
sheeting is something marvelous, and excels
the marksmanship of Frank Frayne, Carver
and Bogardus. The play, the " Knight of the
l'lnins," was written by an old plainsman,
Col.lngraham.aaenof thecelcbraccu preacher
novelist of Mississippi."
TitCE charity Is te give your suffering Rhcu
matlc neighbor a bottle of St. Jacob's Oil.
Don't Trifle with the Teeth:
If our teeth were renewed as our naiN. they
might net need constant care. But teeth don't
repeat themselves after childhood. The proper
tiling te de is te use SOZODOXT, which pre
serves their health ami beauty. It never tails.
Frem a 1'remineiit Drug Heuse.
II. II. WaRXEII ,V CO., ROCHESTER, X. Y.
Deau Sin: It is new only three months since
we received your lirst shipment of Safe Reme
dies. .Ve have sold drug-? in this place ler
twenty years, and we have never sold a pro
prietary medicine, that gives sucli universal
satisfaction as yours, especially your Safe Kid
ney and Liver Cure, and Diabetes Cure.
We could mention many who have received
great benefit in cases of Kidney difllciiltie.
Asthma, Rheumatism, Diabetes, Bright' s Dis
Kespectlully yours, SISSOX S FOX.
lll-2wd&w Alexandria Bay. X. Y.
Statistics prove that twenty-live per cent,
of the deaths in our larger cities are caused by
consumption, and when we reflect that this
terrible disease in its worst stage will yield te
a bottle of Lecher's Renowned Cough Syrup,
sliall we condemn the sufferers ler their neg
ligence, or pity them for their ignorance?
Fees of Doctors.
The fee of doctors is an item that very many
persons are interested in just at present. We
believe the schedule ler visits is $:!, which
would tax a man confined te his bed ler a year
and in need of a daily visit, ever $1,(100 a year
for medical attendance alone ! And one single
bottle of Hep Bitters taken in time would save
the $1,000 and all the year's sickness. Ed.
Try Lecher's Cough Syrup.
"Dr. Sellers' Cough Syrup," without excep
tion lias given satistactien. Our readers give
it a trial. Druggists keep it. Price Ale per
Kidney-Wert is nature's remedy for Kidney
and I. iver diseases, Mies and Constipation.
Use Lecher's lleie and Cattle Powders.
I Don't AVan't a Plaster,"
said a sick man te a druggist, " can't yen give
me something te cure iiie?" His symptoms
were a lame back and disordered urine, and
were a sure indication of kidney disease. The
druggist told me te use Kidney-Wert and in a
short time it effected a complete cure. Have
you the.-e symptoms'.' Then get a box te-day
before you become incurable. It is the
cure: safe and sure. flC-lwd&w
Try Lecher's Cough Syrup.
The invalid UinN in ' Dr. Llndscy's Blnu.l
Searcher" nature's great restorer. It is won
derful. Een Bkej-'chial. Asthmatic and Pulmonary ,
complaints, " Jtrewn'.i Jlrein'hiul 7Vcie'"i
manifest remarkable curative properties. I
Like all ether meritorious articles, they are I
frequently imitated, and these pure liasiug
should be sure te obtain the genuine "Bnc-
CIIIAL TllOCHK-." TllTllSitW I
Mothers! Mothers'! Mothers:!! I
Are you disturbed at night and broken et ',
your rest by a sick child suffering and crying
with the excruciating pain of cutting teeth-.'
It se, go at once and getabottleefMKS. WINs
LOW'S SOOlHING SI UUP. Itu ill relieve the
peer little sufferer immediately depend upon
it; there is no mistake about it. There is net a
mother en earth who has ever used it, who ill
net tell you at once that it will regulate the
bowels, and give rest te the mother, and relief i
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 the prescription et one
ei the eldest anil best leniale physicians and
nurses in the United States. Sold everywhere
41 cents a bottle. jlT-lyd&wM.Wis I
Try Lecher's Ceujjh Syrup.
A Strange People,
De you knew that there arc strange peo
ple in'eur community, e say strange Iiee.uise
they seem te prefer te sutler and pass their
days miserably, made se by Dyxpepsin and
Liver Complaint. Indigestion, Constipation
and General Debility, when Shiloh's Vitalier
is guaranteed te cure them. Sold by D. Il'-it-shu,
Lancaster, and M. L. Davis Jlillei-svilli1.
Five Hundred Thousand Streng.
In the pat few months there have been mere
than .rlO.(K0 bottles of Shiloh's Cure sold. Out
of the vast number of people who hae used it,
mere than il,(iiii eases 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 whehae
net Used it, let us say, it von have a cough, or
your child the cough", and you value life, don't
tail te try it. Fer lame back, side or vhe-t u-e
Shiloh's "Pereus Plaster, .-sold by veur drug
gists, 1). Heitshu, Lancaster, and" M. L. Da i-,
We have a speedy and positive cure for Ca
tarrh. Diphtheria. Cankcrmeiithand Headache
in Shiloh's Catarrh Kemedy. A nasal injector
free with each bottle. Use it if you desire health
and sweet breath. Price ."u" cents. Sold bv
1). Heitshu, Lancaster, and M. L. Davis. .Mil
lers vilie. setti"-eeddA:w
JNSURE YOUR 11
PROPERTY IN Till: P.ST
UAUSMAN & P.UKNS'.
-Et-tfeedli Oflice: Ne 10 West Orange bt.
TIRE, LIFE AND ACCIDENT.
Insurance at lowest rate-. Geed and lieli
able Companies. 111X11 & STAUEFEU.
Beat Estate & Ins. Agts., ;t N. Duke St.
LANCAsreit. iec. 1-2, lsl!'.
TNSURE YOUR PROPERTY IN KEL1A IH.E
BBN.T. P. SHENK'S,
Olllce: ins West King Street.
TT S. (iAKA'S
1 15J.i East King Street, Lancaster, Pa.
Insurance Company of North America, PhiTa PhiTa
Lvcemlng County Eire Ins. Ce.. et Miincy, Pa.
Franklin Fire Insurance Ce., Philadelphia.
Pennsylvania File Insurance Ce., Pliif'a.
Continental Fire Insurance Ce., New Yeik.
Hanover Fire Insurance Ce., New Yerk.
Queen England Fire Insurance Company.
Scottish Commercial Fire Insurance. Ce.
Liverpool, Londen and Glebe Fire Ins. Ce.
American Life Ins. Ce., of Phil'a. 17-lmdi:
LADIES' CLOTH AND FLANNEL
Having purchased the b.il nice of a Manu
facturer's sleck et these fckirts,semething like
We have them arranged en
Marked te sell at
our Counters and
Much Less Than Regular Prices,
Next Deur te the Court Deuse.
JUS CELL A XEO VS.
Kemeved te Ne. 4 West King street, first
fleer, Kheuds & Bra's new building.
i'J7-lmd CKAYOX POUTBA1TS, SIGNS.
S. ROSENIIAUM & CO.,
. PACKEIIS OF LEAF TOBACCO, Ne. Si''
Prince slicet, Lancaster, Pa.
XT LEWIN, M. D., GRADUATE OF Til E
J . University et Dorpat, Russia, formerly
of Berlin, Germany, Ne. 243 West King street.
Oflice hours from 8 te 10 a. m., 1 te 2 p. in. and
G te 8p.m. J2S-2md
SV ,- II
GORHAM PLATED WARE,
And the Best Grades of American Electro-Plate en White Metal.
FRENCH CLOCKS WITH SILVER BELL,
FRENCH CLOCKS wfTH 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 line general assortment of Jewelry, comprising 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.
H. Z. RHOADS & BRO., Jewelers,
Ne. 4 West King Street.
WALL PAPERS, WALL PAPERS.
WALL PAPERS. WALL PAPERS,
WALL PAPERS, WALL PAPERS.
HAGER & BROTHER
Are receiving all the NEW SPRING STYLES et
In large assortment of EMBOSSED GILT, BRONZE, SATINS, GROUNDED and BLACK
PAPER, with Dade Frieze and Borders te match, ler Parlors. Halls, Libraries, Dining-rooms
and Chambers. As our orders ler the above were placed before the advance, we shall continue
te sell at the old low price. Estimates made and paper hung by experienced paper hangers.
Window Shades Shading and Fixtures in full assortment. Alse. AVoel Terrys and Cretonnes,
Nottingham Laces and Lace Curtains, Walnut and (Jilt Window Heading and Cornice Poles,
etc. Call and examine.
HAGrEPt & 13KQ.
CMA. I LYM ULASSH'AJU:.
f ihinaT glass, eueenswark.-
NOTICE TO HOUSEKEEPERS!
v The Large Stock of
GLASS AND QUEENS WAKE
KKDUCED PUICES. Don't mis-
HIGH & MARTIN,
Ne. 8 East King Street.
A 31 VSliSlJiNTS
THURSDAY, FEB. 19th.
1). MISHLEi: has the honor te
THE DISTINGUISHED AliTISTE
Supported by a Superior Dramatic Company,
who will appear in Augiistin Daly's Great
Emotional Drama, entitled
Miss Fanny Davenport as Mahal Renfrew.
HO & 75 Cts.
1 HILTON OPERA HOUSE.
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 17th, JSS0.
HON. WM. F. CODY,
and his Mammoth Combination of
. 24 ARTISTS. 24
Including MILITARY BRASS BAND
ANe.u Band of GENUINE INDIANS will en
this occasion appear in the Melodrama in 4
Acts, written ler Buffalo Rill hv Cel.
Prentiss Ingniliam, entitled
mm m mm
Buffalo Bill's Best Trail
EDDIE BURGESS. BOY CHIEF of the Paw
nees.:anil C. A. BURGESS, II. S. scout, and
a Baudet Genuine Indians in their
War and Medicine Dances, &c.
During the Drama BUFFALO BILL will ex
hibit his MARVELOUS SHOOTING
with the Rifle.
A Street Parade bv the Indiana en Horseback
headed by Bullale Bill's Military Band.
PRICES AS USUAL.
Reserve 1 Scats te be had at the Opera Heuse
Xt3"The returns of the City Election will be
announced from the. stage.
COL. PRENTISS INGRAIIAM. Treasurer.
JOSH E. OGDEN, Business Manager.
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20, ISSO.
ONE NIGHT ONLY.
The fashionable event of the season,
D'OYLY CARTE'S OPERA COMPANY,
In the New Opera, which lias achieved a suc
cess beyond all precedent atthc5th Avenue
Theatre, New Yerk,
THE PIRATES OF PMZANCE
THE SLAVE OF DUTY,
By AUTIIUB SULLIVAN and W. S. GILBERT
author and composer of "Pinafore."
The Company, consisting of 50 ARTISTS,
ha been carelully rehearse I under the per
sonal direction ei the authors, Messrs. (jIL
BEItT and SULLIVAN.
The Scenery is Xew and Painted by the same
artist who Painted the Scenes ter the First
Production in Xew Yerk.
Act i. A KOCKY SEASHORE en the Coast
Ait n. A RUINED CHAPEL en General
M AG X 1 KIC E XT COSTUM ES.
CHORUS. OI-" 40 VOICES.
SCALE OF PRICES:
ADMISSION", - - - SO & r, Cts.
RESERVED SEATS. - - - Sl.OO.
Sale of seats begins at Fulton Opera Heuse
Oflice, at 9 a. in., Tuesday, February 17. Deers
open at 7, opera at 8 o'clock.
MR. II. B, LONSDALE, Business Manager.
MIL CHAS. II. KEESHIN, Business Agent.
ORTGAGES FOR SALE.
Twe six ner cent. Mertsraccs. one ter $10,000
aad the ether ter $4,750, first liens and well se
cured en eligible city Real Estate, belonging
te the estate of the late Dr. Benjamin Mishler,
dee'd. Inquire et
WM. R. WILSON, Esq.,
Ne. 21 North Duke Street.
Hl-tfW&S Lancaster, Pa,
I 1? A CV roots, shoes and lasts
! JJxiOl malleeli n nuw principle, iii - iir -
ing comfort for the leet.
iiist King street.
STAR CLASS WORKS, NORRISTOWN
Pa., manufacture a Superior Quality of
Singleanil Deuble Thick, Corrugated, Obscur
ed and Pictured Ghiss of Extra Tliieknes-i,
will net Slain or Rust. Fer sale by Lancaster
dealers generally. U-iwil
FLItfiY & MEJfEMAJS"
Ceal Oil Lamps,
These goods are entirely new and handsomer
than ever betere offered and prices lower.
FLINN & BRENEMAN
152 North Queen Street,
LANCASTER. I' A.
C1ALL ON SIIERTZEE, IIUMPHEEVILLE
& KIEFFER, nianutactuiers of
TIN AND SHEET-IRON WORK,
and dealers in GAS FIXTURES AND HOUSE
FURNISHING GOODS. Special attentiengiven
te PLUMBING, GAS and STEAM FITTING
Ne. 40 East King Street, Lancaster, Pa.
1 RKAT KARGAINS.
A Large Assortment of all .kinds et
Aie still sold at lower rates than ever at the.
H. S. SHIRK,
202 WEST KING STREET.
Cidl and examine our steckand satisly your
self that we can show the largest uxseitment
of Brussels Three plies and Ingrains at all
prices at the lowest Philadelphia prices, and
the Latest Patterns. Alse en hand a, large iinfi
emplete assortment el RAG CARPETS. Sat
istactien guaranteed both as te pric and qual
itv. Particular attention given eustein
WJrk. Carpet woven when parties will timid
ineirewn Rage. I am pavings cents in cash
and !) cents in trade ler Pine Carpet Rags sli
FUSE INSURANCE COMPANY
ASSETS : One Millien One Hundred
and Thirty-one Thousand Eight
Hundred and Thirty-eight Dollars.
All invested in the best securities. Lesses,
promptly paid. Fer policies call en
RIFE & KAUFMAN,
Ne. 1!) East King St.. Lancaster. Pa.
-I TTOJtXE VS-A T-LA V
A. J. TEIN3IAN,
Intelligencer Building, Southwest Cerner Cen
tre Square, Lancaster, Pa
V. U. HENSEL,
Intelligencer Building, Southwest Cerner Ceil
tre Square, Lancaster, Pa.
CHAS. R. iiLINJi,
Ne. is North Duke street, Lancaster, Pa.
All kinds of Conveyances' promptly draw n.
AYS OF APPEAL FOR 18S0.
Te the Taxable Inhabitants et the First :iad
Third Wards of Lancaster City, and the Bor
ough of Marietta, Lancaster county. Pa.:
Pursuant te the previsions of the laws of the
Commonwealth, the undersigned CommisHien
ers of Lancaster county hereby give notice
that the day of appeal for the assessment of
1880, for the above wards and borough, will be
held in the Commissioner's ellice, at Lancaster
THURSDAY, MARCH 11, 1880.
Lancaster dailies and Marietta papers enlv
publish. - Icbll-lwU
OCHER'S COUGH SYRUP CURES
TUESDAY EVENING, FEB. 17, 1880.
Washington, Feb. 17. Fer the Middle
Atlantic states, decreasing pressure,
warmer southerly winds, and clear or fair
Suspension of Mlnine The New Scale or
Philadelphia, Feb. IT. A despatch
from Xew Yerk te-day from President
Gewen states that an agreement has been
consummated for stoppage of work at
collieries for three days in each week in
stead of suspension en alternate weeks.
The idle days will be Thursdays, Fridays
and Saturdays until April 1st. It was re
solved te make changes in Xew Yerk and
Eastern priecs, as will equalize figures of
the Philadelphia and Reading coal and
iron company with theso of the Lehigh
and Wilkesbarre canal company and ether
corporations that make New Yerk their
leralinjr market. These prices, which go
I htin effect at once, arc as fellows :
tux nam wiiite asu ceai en uv.u
j sels at Pert Richmond : Lump and i
, beat, $:J.7e ; broken egg, '3.2. ;
1 $3.0.1 ; chestnut, $3.30 ; pea, $2.25.
Fer hard white ash coal en beard ves-
Lump and steam-
j is a decline ei te cents per iun en iuihj'
and steamboat, e. cents en oreKcn, egg
and stove, and 2.1 cents en pea. The
prices for hard white ash coal en beard
vessels at Elizabcthpert are $1 for
lump, steamboat and stove, and $3.60 for
broken and egg. These figures are a de
cline of 25 cents per ten en lump, steam
boat and stove, and He cents en broken and
MARRIAGE AND DIVORCE.
Pepe Lee Demands for the Church Alene
the Kight te Kind and te Loese.
Reme, Feb. 17. The Latin text of the
papal encyclical letter ajjainst divorce
argues in favor of the removal of the rite
of marriage i reiu all civil jurisdiction whatsoever-
It traces the history of marriage
from patriarchal te Catholic times, and de
clares that Christ elevated it te a sacra
ment which uly His church can adminis
ter. The attempt made tinder various
1 jtU'scs i,y the jTMilcrn spirit of irreligien te
J , ., . , , ., . ,. -n ., i,;,i
rob the church of the right either te bind
or loosen the mamagc tic must be resist
ed by the whole Catholic world. His
Holiness indicates the conditions where
under a separation of husband and wife
may be? sanctioned by thc.church.
THi: PHILADELPHIA CONTEST.
Fair Weather and Intense Interest.
Philadelphia, Feb. 17. The municipal
election is in progress te-day. The weather
is mere favorable than it has been en elec
tion day for many years past. The chief
interest is centred in election of magis
trates, there being three tickets in the
field the Republican and two Democratic
while the Laber party has endorsed cer
The Ecsnlt of the Ingallx Investigation.
"Washington, Feb. 17. In the Senate
te-day, Mr. Saulslmry presented tlic ma
jority report in the Ingalls case. It finds
that bribery and corruption were employed
te secure Ingalls' election, but that there
is no evidence that Ingalls autherzed such
CUT HIS JUGULAR.
Suicide of a Kentucky Pliynichin.
Galveston, Tex., Feb. 17. Dr. J. J.
O'Reilly, a stranjrer here, committed
suicide in the station-house Sunday night
by cutting his jugular vein with a lancet
It is said he is a prominent physician of
Louisville, and strayed te Texas while
under the influence of liquor.
THE PROPOSED WORLD'S FAIR.
Mr. Herman's Rill te be Favorably Reported.
Washington, Feb. 17. The Senate
finance committee te-day agreed te recom
mend the passage of Mr. Kcrnan's New
Yerk world's fair bill. It will be reported
te Senate this afternoon.
THE FITZ JOHN POUTER RILL.
Republlcans Determined te Use It te Re
vive Sectional Debate
Washington dispatch te tlic New Yerk Sun.
The bill for the relief of Fitz Jehn Por Per
ter was net taken up by the Senate, be
cause the five per cent, military land bill
had priority en the calendar. The Fitz
Jehn Perter bill is causing the Democrats
a great deal of annoyance. It is thought
that a majority of Democratic senators are
opposed te its consideration new, and the
majority in the Heuse will net touch the
bill at the present session. The Republi
cans have fully determined te use the bill
te revive sectional debate. Senater Legan
gave notice some time age of his purpose
te oppose the bill te the cud, and his stal
wart confreres propose te fight the civil
war ever again in debate if the Democrats
can be led into a discussion en the subject.
There has been nothing in the congres
sional debates of the past te indicate that
the Southern senators ami representatives
will held their tongues when the war mem
ories are revived. Senater Randelph, who
has the bill in charge, is in an unpleasant
fix. He does net desire te lead a movement
which will give the Republicans a chance
te shake the bloody shirt in the faces of his
Southern friends, but he has committed
himself te the championship of the bill,
and cannot gracefully permit it te sink out
of sight for another session. The Heuse
has already decided net te consider the
bill for the present. It was understood
that this decision was reached because ac
tion by the Senate was first desired.
Messrs. Garfield. Frye and half a i'e:cn
ether leading Republicans in the Heuse had
an informal private consultation in the
room of the committee of ways and means
about the Perter bill. They decided te
oppose its passage and te debate it te the
fullest extent, Garfield was a member
of the court martial which erginally con
victed Perter. He has mere at stake in op
posing the relief act than his col
leagues. He has net written a speech
against Perter as has been alleged. He
says that he will net lead in the fight
against the bill, but while it is under con
sideration will make a speech against its
passage. As the Heuse has decided net te
take up the bill this session, it is difficult
te understand the desire of certain Demo
cratic senators te push the bill through at
a time when sectional discussion will be
almost certain te result te their political
Everybody te advertise, free of chanre.
In the Intellieenceh, who wants something
oem in a pleasant locality. Apply at
.no. .;$ ureen street.
PHiLADLPHiA,Februry 17. Fleur dull aad
weak te sell; superfine H 086 00;
extra $5 255 75: Ohie and Xadtaaa
family 96 7507 23; Penn'a lamuy BOS07W;
St. Leuis family $7 000750 ; Minnesota Fam
ily 96 5006 87 ; patent and nigh grades
Rye flour 94 870500.
Cernmcal Brandy wine unchanged.
Wheat dull but steady; Ne. 2 Western
Red 148; Penn'a de 91 49 ; Amber 91 50.
Cern steady ; steamer 56c ; yellow 57c; mixed
Oats dull and heavy ; Southern and Penn'a
white 4fi48Kc: Western de 45K004SC; de
Rye Arm ; Western 90c ; Ta. 90c.
Previsions inactive; mess perk 913; beet
bams $165017 00 ; India mess beef 93150; Ba Ba
smoked hams9K10Kc; pickled hams 809c.
Lard dull and weak-; city kettle 7c ;
loose butchers' 7c ; prime steam 7?c.
Bntter firmer; creamery extra 32036c;
Bradford county and New Yerk extra
r3-'7c ; Western reserve extra at 2409c ;
de geed te choice 182Sc: rolls choice want
ed ; Penn'a extra lSQile ; western reserve
extra 18023c. .,
Eggs dull ; .Peen'a 1615Jc; Western 140
Cheese; firmer: X. Y. facterv 14K015C:
western full cream 14K14?c '; Ueiw KQed 13X
QU ; de halt-skims :
New Verk Market.
New Yerk. February 17. Fleur State and
Western dull and in buyers' favor.;
superfine state $3 0005 50; extra de
$5 3005 65; choice de 95100600: fancy de 96 10
0700; round hoop Ohie 95 7506 00; choice
de $6 1007 50; superfine western 95 0005 50.;
common te geed extra de 95 5005 75 ; choice,
dodo $5 7307 75; choice white wheat de 95 65
6 25; Southern quiet; common te fair extra
15 850635; geed te choice de 96 4007 75.
Wheat Spring quiet, and nominal ; Winter
ie lower ami dull : Ne. 1 white March 91 4'Jk;
Ne. 2 red, Slarch 1500150; deAprU 9150. '
Cern a shade stronger; Mixed Western spot
5659c; de future 53059c.
Oats without decided' ceange; .state 47X0
50y.ii; Western 47050c. " r
Philadelphia. Feb. U.
Stocks strong and active.
Pennati's (third issue) 105
Philadelphia & Erie 18
Lehigh Valley. 52i
United Ces. et N. J 150)4
Northern Pacific 34-J.
" Preferred 58K
Northern Central S1'4
Lehigh Navigation 37i
Central Transportation Ce. 47Vi
Pitts., Titusville & Butrale. 2l
Little Schuylkill 52
Nw Veuk, Feb. 17.
N. Y. Central 134
Adams Express 17,
Michigan Central 1)0
Michigan Southern 104
Illinois Central 102
Cleveland Pittsburgh.. ..110
Chicago ft lteck Island 150
Pittsburgh A Fert Wayne.. 116
Western Union Tel. Ce 106-Af
Teledo & Wabash 45
New Jersev Central 84
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If you want the Latest Styles of Elegant
Black Silk Fringe, Silk, .let. Pearl, Fancy
Pearl and Ivery Buttens, cull atGUN
DAKER'S. If you wan Silk or Satin Ribbons, ele
gant quality and cheap, call at GUN
DAKER'S. If Jyeu want Ruching, .Crepe Llssc, New
Fichus, Bretonne Laces, Valenciennes and
ethcrlNcw Laces, Lace Ties, Bews. Fancy
Ribbons, &c. callatGUNDAKER'S.
Ladies. If you want te buy geed desir
able goods ler yourself and family, and
have all goods warranted, you can buv
them the cheapest at GUNDAKER'S.
Give us a call and examine our stock
The goods are all new at GUNDAK EK'S.
142 & 144 ffertli Queen St.,
X7STATE OF WILLIAM BLACK, SB.
It late of Little Britain township, deceased
Letters of administration en bald estate Hav
ing been granted te the undersigned, all per
sons indebted thereto ure requested te make
Immediate payment, and these having claims
or demands agatnstthe same will present them
without delay ler settlement te the under
signed. IS. B. PATTERSON. Spring Greve P. O.,
WM. BLACK, Jr., Fuinueunt P.O., Lan. Ce.,
II. B. StVARit and J. W. F. Swist, Atty's.
INSTATE OK JOHN SCHWARTZ, LATE
J of Manheiin borough, deceased. The un
dersigned auditor, appointed te pass upon
exceptions and te distribute the balance re
maining in the hands of Henry Schwartz, ad
ministrator or said Jehn Schwartz, deceased,
te and among these legally entitled te the
same, will sit for that purpase en MONDAY,
-MARCH !th, 1880. at 10 o'clock a m., In the
Library Roem of the Court Heuse, In
the City of Lancaster, where all persons inter
ested In said distribution may attend.
DANIEL G. BAKER,
Xe. 30 PE.NN SQUARE,
Fer the lowest prices and largest stock of
Sleigh fiells,Kebes, Lap Blankets, Herse Blank
ets, Driving Gloves, Light Hnrnest,Teum Har
nessYankee Harness, Saddles, Whips, Cellars,
Trunks. Traveling Bags, Satchels, Curry
Combs, Herse Blankets, Harness Oils. Feather
Dusters, Sponges, Chamois, Herse Clippers,
etc., go te
M. H ABERBUSH'S,
Ne. 30 Centre Square, Lancaster, Pa.
: Refined 7?c.