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LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1880.
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MacOONIGLE, 817 MAJORITY !
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AN EARLY SPRING CHICKEN !
Bew Let tlie Cannen te the leavens Speak !
Cochran, Eshleman, Bering, Jehnsen, McMellen, Dellet, Dave
Myers and ether "Best Workers" will Start for Salt
River, via Gas Run, at 5 A. M., To-Merrow.
MJRTI WAED, OILY 41 FOR BORHG !
PICAYUNE LOOKING AT HIS COOKED COON.
Democrats and Independent Republicans Shake Hands in Support
of a Mayer who says the State Constitution Regulating
Municipal Indebtedness Must be Respected.
DIDN'T BUN WELL, BUT CAN WALK OUT.
BILf KAHk and HARRY SCIIROYER, ex-Ninth Ward Councilmen,
jcselve te make the pilgrimage te Salt River afoot.
DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE.
We hereby agree te accompany the above named illustrious pedestrians.
Harry A. Diller, Henry S. Shenck, liebert M. Merrow,
Philip Icbzeltcr, Henry M. Erisman.
The Newest Styles in BODY BRUSSELS.
The Newest Styles in TAPESTRY BRU&SELS.
The Newest Styles in THREE-PLY CARPETS.
The Newest Styles in EXTRA SUPER INGRAIN CARPETS.
The Newest Styles in BRUSSELS HALL AND STAIR CARPETS.
The Newest Styles in DAMASK HALL AND STAIR CARPETS.
The Newest Styles in VENITIAN HALL AND STAIR CARPETS.
The Best Qualities of RAG AND HEMP CARPETS.
We open te-day another Large Let of CARPETS, in New Choice Styles.
FLOOR OIL CLOTHS,
In all Widths, in Choice Patterns and Celers. Table Oil Cleths, in New Patterns. Window Shading, in all Celere. Window
Fixtures, including Spring Fixtures and ether Best Makes. Full Lines of Cocea Mattings, Cocea and Rattan Mattings, Plain
Check and Fancy Canten Mattings. An elegant line of Brussel Rugs opened te-day. Large stock -of Carpet Lining. Stair Pads,
Carpet Threads, &c. Our prices are as low as the lowest in all cases. We invite examination.
GJVLEK, BO WEES & HTJKST,
25 EAST KING STREET.
WEDNESDAY EVENING, FEB. 18, 1880.
Washington, Feb. 18. Fer the New
England and Middle Atlantic states, fall
ing barometer, southerly winds, cloudy
and threatening weather, followed by oc
casional light rain, followed by rising bar
ometer and colder westerly wind".
Lane and 11 is Victims.
Deputy Corener Erb, of Ceney town
ship, came te the city this morning, bring
ing with him and presenting te the county
commissioners the several inquests held by
him en the bodies of Charles Lane (.net
Levi Lane as before reported) and his
wife and children, of whose tragic death
full particulars have heretofore been pub
lished. The verdicts are in the following lan
"Charles Lane came te his death by
suicide taking poison after murdering
his wife both found lying the same.
Charles Lane was aged about 30 years."
" Mary Lane came te her death from
violence her neck being broken, her face
mashed up and her skull fractured sup
posed te have been done by her husband,
Charles Lane, he being a powerful man.
steed six feet six inches in his beets.
Mary Lane was aged about 32 years."
" Alberta Lane came te her death from
administration of poison, supposed te have
been given her by her father, Charles
Lane her neck being broken also, sup
posed te have been done by her father.
She was aged about ten years."
"An infant, aged about four years, came
te its death from suffocation. It was
found lying between the dead bodies of its
father and mother, with its face resting
against its mother's breast."
There is little te add te the history of
this triple murder and suicide. Lane is
said te have been a native of Adams
county, though he came with his family
from Maryland last spring as has licrcto licrcte licrcto
ferebcen stated. His wife's maiden name
has net been ascertained. His brother,
William Lane, a peer laboring man, lives
in Ceney township, about two or three
miles from Bainbridgc. He is married,
has a wife and child, and is said te be a
very decent sort of man.
The little boy, Geerge Lane, a son of the
murderer, who was found in the house
where the murder was committed, almost
frozen and starved, is impreing in health
under the kind attention being given him
by Abraham Smith, of Bainbridgc, who
has taken care of him since the tragedy.
His feet and legs arc terribly frozen, but it
is thought they may be saved. He is a
bright little fellow, but tee young te ap
preciate the terrible tragedy in which he
is the only surviving actor.
IluflVtle lltll at the Opera Heuse.
Last evening Buffalo Bill and his dra
matic company produced the play entitled,
"Knight of the Plains," in Fulton opera
house te a tremendous audience. The
house was packed before the performance
began. The boys fought each ether te get
te the ticket ellice aftei the doers were
opened, and some were badly trampled by
their anxious friends. The play is
of the sensational elder, but is better
than most of its class. Buffalo Bill
himself filled the leading roles in a man
ner which greatly pleased the audience.
The company supporting him, which in
cluded several Indians and interpreters,
played the parts assigned them accsptably.
During the play Bill gave an exhibition of
his sheeting, which was something won
derful. The scenery used in the play was
The election returns were read from the
stage during the play and they created the
wildest excitement. MacGenigle seemed
te have the house "by a large majority,"
as he had the city.
OOBHAM 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, comprising' all the Newest Designs.
Designs and estimate of cost given for meunting: 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.
J". B. MAETIIST & CO.
OF ALL KINDS.
Carpets, Wall Papers, QneaenbswlTare, i Oil Mellis,
FLOOR OIL CLOTHS, MATTLXti, WINDOW SHADES, FEATHERS, MUSLINS,
SHEETINGS, TICKINGS, TABLE LINENS AND NAPKINS.
-93-Wc offer a Large stock of Goods at VERY LOW PRICE?.
J. B. MARTIN & CO.
COUKT OF COMMON l'LKAS.
THK REPUBLICAN FIGURES.
This Fellow Was Nearly Right.
Frem Monday's Ixtelliee-vcei..
According te the list published in the
Republicans papers they must expect Mr.
Bering te be badly beaten. Their figures
strike me thus :
Total city vote about 5,000
Bering signers 720
MacGenigle's apparent vote 4,280
MacGenigles apparent majority 3,eG0
This is tee much ; Jehnsen didn't get ail
the way round ; he missed some of the
boys. Suppose we give him 720 votes
mere. Then the vote would stand.
Before Judge Patterson.
First national bank of Marietta ex.
Henry Kuitz, action en a promissory note
of $4000 given by Samuel Kurtz and James
II. Strickler, tanners, doing business at
Mt. Jey, under the firm name of Kurtz &
Ce., and endorsed by the defendant, Henry
Hicstand and Samuel Hestler. After
hearing the testimony, the court directed
the jury te find in a verdict in favor of the
plaintiff. The amount of the verdict as
rendered was $4,173.47.
Gee. II. Kcllcnberger vs. Dr. J. iV. Geed,
action en a mechanics lien. Beth the
pai ties te the suit reside in Bareville. In
the fall el 1878 the plaintiff erected a house
and stable for the defendant at a contract
price of 81,549.30. The former, as is
alleged, made alterations in his plan and
the defendant claims that he was com
pelled te de mere work than agreed upon.
He claims that there is yet owing te him
$208 by the defendant. On trial.
Before Judge Livingston.
Hanover Junction and Susquehanna rail
road company vs. Michael II. Moere, ac
tion te recover twenty-five shares of stock
subscribed by the ecfendant te the plain
tiffs railroad in 1873. On trial.
Queen street customers, the front axle of
his wagon broke, a short distance above
the northern market house, and compelled
a suspension of business for a time.
Sermon te the . A. 1C.
On Sunday evening next Rev. Morrison,
of the First Baptist church, will preach a
special sermon te the members of Geerge
II. Themas pest, Ne. 84, G. A. T!.
Fanny Davenport. Te-morrow evening Mi-
Fanny Davenport will appear in this city, as
Mabel Renfrew, in Augustin Daly's great emo
tional drama of "Pique." She will he sup.
ported liyt remarkably strong company, in
cluding.Edwin II. Pierce, and L K. Cellier, the
latter et whom appeared here as Jean Renand,
in Celliers' " Celebrated Ca,e" company last
year. Harry Ilawic and J. V. Delteu are al-e
members of the company. A number of seats
have been sold and the house will be large.
A mimstki: relates his experience thus:
I take pleasure in adding te your many tes
timonials, that last Thursday (Thanksgiving
Day), net being able te preach en account of
lthcumatic pains in the shoulder, I bought a
bottle of St. Jacob's Oil, which, after using
several times, relieved mc wonderfully,
Da. 15. Pick, Rochester, Xew Yerk.
MacGeniglc's apparent majority 2,120
This is mere than we want Let's be
generous and give Bering 720 mere. Then
the vote will be.
He! Fer Salt River.
Commedore Hicstand will command the
Salt River fleet, and the Sunday Examiner
will announce the time of its departure.
Tem Cochran will act as pilot, and there
will be no lack of room en the beat, as the
company te go is smaller than usual. Seme
familiar faces will he missed this time.
District Attorney Eshicman and Michael
Snyder occupy one state room, but Hay
Brown has engagements that prevent him
from going along. Samuel M. Myers and
Jehn D. Skiles ai-e glad that they haven't
as much baggage te take along as they
might have had.
James Menkt Dies iu a Shed.
James Maffat, residing at 521 Poplar
street, died very suddenly about one
o'clock te-day in a small building in the
yard of Moere's Lamb hotel, en Seuth
Queen street. He had been around the
hotel for a time during the .forenoon and
about an hour before he was found he
went out of the bar-room te the shed in
the yard. Afterwards some of the parties
at the hotel had occasion te go te the
shed, and upon doing se he found Moffat
lying down. The man was net certain
whether he was dead at the time. A phy
sician was sent for and he came in a few
moments, when it was found that Moffat
was dead. The deceased was a bricklayer
by trade, and was well known throughout
the city. He was about 48 years of age,
and he leaves a wife, but no children.
Corener Mishler was summoned at once,
and he impauelcd a jury. They ren
dered a verdict of death from heart
In Columbia and Elsewhere.
The Republicans carried Columbia
terday, except that Wm. B. Given
elected school director by a handsome ma
The Republicans carred Drumore
Eden the Democrats elected ail their
didates but one supervisor, judge
Child Itun Over.
Yesterday Peter "Wbhlsen was driving
a horse, while en his way te the Seventh
ward election polls, in such a reckless man
ner that he ran ever a little daughter of
Charles Petennan of Green Street. The
child was badly cut about the head and
was bruised about the body, the wheels of
Wohlsen's carriage having passed ever her.
Mr. Peterman has brought suit against
Wohlsen before Alderman Dennelly of the
Sale of Ileal Estate.
Henry Shubert, auctioneer and real
estate agent, sold at private sale a one and
a-lialf story frame dwelling, belonging te
Mrs. Sarah Highstreet, situated en the
turnpike, Lancaster township, between the
first tell-gate and the factory bridge, te
William I). Sprecher, for $230.
A Bering "Behvn."
Yesterday Stephen Dittus, residing at
Xe. 428 Church street, leaded his gun, and
going into the house of Edw. Retallick,
who lives opposite, fired it efT, te the no
small danger and alarm of the inmates.
Steve is a geed Bering man, and merely
wanted te help along the Bering " boom,"
which was rapidly subsiding about that
Kidney-Wert is nature's remedy for Kidney
and Liver diseases, Piles and Constipation.
Mothers! Mothers FT Mothers:!!
Are you .disturbed at night and broken et
your rest by a sick child sulfering and crying
with the excruciating pain of cutting teeth?
It se, go at once andgetabottleef MISS. WINS
LOW'S SOOTHING SYKUP. Itwill relieve the
peer little sufferer immediately depend upon
it; there is no mistake about it. There is neta
mother en earth who has overused it, who will
net tell you at once that it will regulate the
bowels, and give rest U the mother, and relief
and health te the child, operating like magic.
It is perfectly safe te use in all c:ises, and pleas
ant te the taste, and is the prescription et one
et the eldest and best female physicians and
nurses in the United States. Sold everywhere
25 cents a bottle. jl7-lyd&wM,WAS
Te enumerate the miraculous cures wrought
by " Dr. Sellers' Cough Syrup" would fill a
volume. Its cures are marvelous. Pi ice
INSUKE YOUR PKOl'KKTV IN THE It K.ST
BAUSMAN & P.UHNS.
Office: Xe 10 West Orange St.
UIKE, LIFE AND ACCIDENT.
Insurance at lowest rates. Geed and Heli
able Companies. IIKltlt & STAUFFEB,
Beat Estate & Ins. Agts., 3 X. Duk; St.
About 0 o'clock this morning while
Geerge A. Kiehl, mineral water manufac-
turer, was engaged in serving his North
X naving this day sold the Lecal Delivery
Line te Iteliert Able, who will continue the
business. I respectfully ak for him acontin acentin
ance of the patronage heretofore extended the
undersigned. A. G. It BOSKY.
Fkb, 17. 18s0. ul
T7en sale. " "
T A TWEXl
GINK, nearlv new.
leys and Hangers.
B. M. BOIIIXSOX,
-Mount Jey, Pa.
Lancaster, Dec. 12, 187!).
INSURE YOUR PKOFEKTYIN RELIABLE
: 108 West King Street.
145 East King Street, Lancaster, Pa.
Insurance Company of Xerth America, Phil'a
Lycoming County Fire Ins. Ce., etMuncy, Pa.
Franklin Fire Insurance Ce., Philadelphia.
Pennsylvania. Fire Insurance Ce.. Phira.
Continental Fire Insurance Ce., Xew Yerk.
Hanover Fire Insurance Ce., Xew 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. f7-lmdB
A MIXED ELECTION.
Jehn K. Findlay Elected Police Magistrate.
Philadelphia, Feb. 18. The election in
this city yesterday for magistrate, and city
councilmen created rather mere interest
than is usual in municipal elections, owing
te the number of candidates in the Held.
Twenty-three magistrates were te be
chosen, for which there were nominated 13
Republicans, 13 Regular Democrats and 8
Democrats by an independent convention.
The election resulted in the choice of
the 13 Republicans, 7 of the Regular
Democrats and 1 Independent Democrat,
ex-Judge Jehn K. Findlay, who received
the votes of a number of Republicans.
j? or members et select and common
council there were in a number of the
wards nominations mode by the
Republicans in opposition te the regular
conventions, and the contest was carried
in with considerable bitterness by
the opposing factions. Fer select coun
cil in the First ward, Houseman, Regular
Republican nominee, was elected. In
the Nineteenth ward, Albright, Regular,
was elected ever Emslcy, who was sup
ported by both the Democrats and Inde
pendent Republicans. In the Twenty
first ward, Charles Thompson Jenes,
Regular, was defeated by Jehn S. Davis,
Independent Republican. The above are
all strong Republican wards and the
Democrats generally assisted the In
The select council new stands 2(' Re
publicans and 3 Democrats.
Fer common council the interest cen
tered in the 9th, 13th, 21th and SOth
wards, where the Independents made a
strong fight against the regular nominees
of the Republicans and were successful in
the three latter wards, the regular iiomince
being elected in the Ninth ward ever Jehu
A. Clark, Independent, and Jehn Tracy,
Democrat. The vote for common council
resulted in the election of 2 Regular
Republicans ami 5 Independent Rcpubli
licans, and 3 Democrats, and with these
holding ever, the common branch will
stand 72 Regular and Independent Ttcpub
licans and 12 Democrats.
Northern Central 32J
Lehigh Navigation 37K
Central Transportation Ce. 4G-K
Pitts., Titusville A Buffalo. 21)5
LitUe Schuylkill 52
Xkw Yerk, Feb. IS.
X. Y. Central 131K .
Adams Express lOik
Michigan Central 91
Michigan Southern lOTr?,,
Illinois Central 104
Cleveland ft Pittsburgh. . . . 1 10J
Chicago Keck Island 151
Pittsburgh A Fert Wayne.. 1H
Western Union Tel. Ce 10i
Teledo Wabash 444
New Jersev Central 84J.
LANCASTER HOUSEHOLD MARKET.
Ituttei y& 2530c
l up ciiet'c, cui.... ......... ...........a.--.'C
Dutch cheese ) lump 310c
Cottage cheese, 2 pieces. 5c
Chickens f pair 35ffG0e
Ducks?? pair SOtfCOc
Turkeys ft fe dressed 13c
Geese ft piece 0c$l
Bass t ft 10c
Cattish t ft....... ............................ 12c
"IS fl JD ........ . . . ........... , ................ . 1U4
Oysters ft loe 50c2
Beef Steak, t ft '. 12lCc
" Beest (rib) ? ft 123).Ce
(chuck) ft ft 1012c
" Corned, ft ft 1012c
" Dried, ft ft Mt2c
Ham ft 6 1220c
Lamb ft ft 1215c
Lard ft ft 7lte
Mutten 51 ft 12Hk;
Perk l If !10e
Pudding $t ft Sa
Sau-age ft Sieu
Sides and llaceu ft ft SlOj
Minuldcrs t ft 7c
Veal 11 a lOigUe
c. it A IX.
Wheat ft bus $1.50
Bye ft bu. UOc
Cern ft bus tKc
Oats t bus 4S4Jc
Cleverseed ifl bus $.-.73&i;.01l
Timethy Seeed t bus $3.25
Chestnuts fl qt 10c
Mielbarks ft qt fiSe
Walnuts ft jpk 1012c
Apple Butter ft qt 25c
Cider J1 gallon 2025c
Jnn" X dOZkat ................................ . ltC
Heney ft ft 2025c
Seap fl ft agSc
Sauer kraut ft qt 10feI2c
Apples fl pk 15rc
Bananas ft piece 5c
Cranberries ft qt 10c
Cherries, dried, fl qt 12c
Currants, dried, fl ft lie
Dried Apples fl qt Se
" Peaches ft qt l!nU2c
Lemens ft de. i.g.JOc
Oranges ft dez : 155Ue
Beets fl bunch no
Cabbage ft head 2fflifc
Carrots ft bunch Sji'Sc
Horseradish fl piece 'Jm5c
Lima beans fl qt 15&20c
Onions ft y. pk i'ic
Potatoes fl y. pk 10l2c
Sweet fl pk 12tg2Uc
Soup Beans ft qt lie
Salsity fl bunch u-c
Turnips, pk eSc
Altcrnoen Telegrams Condensed.
The Mansion Heuse Iiish relief fund new
In the Senate the resolution authorizing
the secretary of the navy te detail a ship;
of-war te carry feed te Irish sufferers was
In Pottsville, the present chief burgess,
Bell, was re-elected by a majority of 22
ever the Republican candidate. This is
Bell's fiftli consecutive election.
In .New Yerk, Rev. Edward Cowley, of
the Shephcid's.FeId, convicted te-day of
maltreating children, etc., was remanded
until Friday for sentence. The prisoner
A committee reported te the Heuse to
day that the charges made against Repre
sentative Acklcn , by the Detroit Pn.it arc
The teun of Jehn Becckman,
serving a sentence iu New Yerk, expired
this morning, and he was released. A
Reading officer was in readiness te re-arrest
him, but Becckman lied. He was
captured by a Newfoundland deg and will
be sent back te Reading.
A Russian was arrested in Paris yester
day, charged en an extradition wairant
with attempting the life of the Czar.
Governer Blackburn of Kentucky, has
signed the death warrant of Rebert Ander Ander
eon who murdered his wife in April 1878.
The execution takes place April 2d.
A MINED PALACE.
Nihilists Itlew the Czar's Dining Roem te
TT Everybody te advertise, free of charge.
Five Soldiers Killed.
A Reval Heme that was Shattered like
Itering's Political Itmldiiig.
An abortive attempt was yesterday made
te kill the imperial family by laying a
mine in the Winter Palace. The explosion
took place under the guard room of the
palace, which is immediately beneath the
dining hall. Owing te accidental delay
the imperial family had net entered the
latter at the usual time. The explosion
made a hole in the fleer of the dining hall
ten feet long and six wide. Five soldiers
weie killed and thirty-five wounded.
Im-lllieen-cki., who wants something
TT A situation as Boek-keeper. Quick at
ligures anil a geed penman.
Addiess H. IC,
ltd Intelligencer Ollice.
rst-ela.s bar-tender at JOHN COP-
I'AAO's l.r-.t:iur;int, ,e. lit Xerth Queen
street. Xenu but a geed baud need apply,
Ity a young
si! nation te de
at the Ke stone
1HAS. I1RIMMEH. " "
Removed te Xe. 4 West King street, liist
fleer, Khe.ids & Bre.'s new building.
127-lmdI CUAYOX POl.TKAITS.SIGXS.
AS. ROSEXUAUM & CO.,
. PACKEItS OF LEAKTOBACCO, Xe. 2i
Prince street, Lancaster, Pa.
-VT LEWIX, M. IK. (ilCADCATE OF THE
i. 1 . University et Dorpat, I!usia, formerly
of Berlin. Germany, Xe. 21.1 West King street.
Ollice hours J10111 S te 10 a. 111., I te 2 p. m.and
G te 8 p. 111. j2S-2ind
OHTGAGES FOR SALE.
Twe sK per cent. Mortgages, one ter 10.000
and the ether for $1,750. Hrst liens mid well se
cured en eligible city K111I Estate, belonging
te the estate of the late Dr. Benjamin Mishler,
dee'd. Inquire et
WM. IS. WILSON, Esq.,
Xe. 21 Xerth Duke Street.
111-tfW.tS Lancaster, Pa.
AYS OF APPEAL FOR I88O.
Philadelphia, February is. Fleur sluggish
and weak ; superfine $1 505 00;
extra $5 255 75: Ohie and "Indiana
fanulv $0 757 25; l'enn'a l-unily $f. 507 00;
St. Leuis family $7 0OS9750 ; Minnesota Fam
ily V TQii b7 ; patent and high grades
ISye Heur $4 S75 00.
Cornmeal Brandy wine unchanged.
Wheat quiet ; Xe. 2 Western Bed $1 17M
1 43 ; Penn'a de $1 4S1 19 ; Amber $1 5(.
Wern dull for local use : steamer 55$?55c ;
yellow 5'Jj7c ; mixed 55J??.V;e.
Oats dull and weaker ; he'uthern and l'enn'a
white 45J48c: Western de :i'rii-,y,v; de
Kye firm ; Western !)0c ; I'a. !)0c.
Previsions inactive: mess peik $l:f: beet
.iau.3$165017 00; India mess beet S2150:l!a S2150:l!a
smoked hains!l.0c: pickled hams sii'.tc.
Lard dull andj weak; city kettle 7jic;
loose butchers' 7c ; prime steam 7c.
Butter steady; creamery extra :i235c;
Hrauferd county anil Xew Yerk extra
2527c; Western reserve extra at 2i2tic;
de geed te choice 1823c : rolls choice want
ed ; Penn'a extra l?22c ; western reserve
Eggs dull; Penn'a 15315J4c; Western 14
Cheese steady; X. Y. factory 14I5c:
western lull cream 14J414Jc ; de ler geed 13K
14 ; de halt-skims 12Jg3I5c.
Petroleum llrm ; ISeUncd 7Xc.
Whisky at $109.
New Yerk Market.
Xew Yerk. February 18. Fleur State and
Western without change and in moderate de
mand; superfine state $5 005 50 ; extra de
$5505 65 ; choice de $5 10u0: fancy de $T. 10
700; round hoop Ohie $5 7530 00; choice
de $0 107 50; superfine western $5 005 50 ;
common te geed extra de $5 505 75 ; choice
dodo $5 757 75; choice white wheat de $3 05
C 25; Southern quiet: common te fair extra
$5 85635; geed te choice de $ 407 75.
WheatSpring quiet and steady; Winter
dull and scarcely se Arm; Xe. 2 red, Feb.
$14i4; de Maich $140J1S0; de April f!50
Cern '4c better and quiet; Mixed Western
spot 5HKi$te4c ; detuture 53ftMc.
Oats dull; state 47K51c; Western 4GJg50c
Philadelphia, Feb. 18.
1230 r. k.
Pennati's (third issue) 105
Philadelphia & Erie l$
Lehigh Valley. 514i
United Ces. of X. J 1562
Northern; Pacific 3
Te the Taxable Inhabitants et the First and
Third Wards of Lancaster City, and tin: Bor
ough of Marietta, Lancaster county. Pa.:
Pursuant te the previsions of the laws of the
Commonwealth, the undersigned Commission
ws of Lancaster county hereby give notice
that tin; day of appeal ler the assessment of
18se, for the above wards and borough, will be
held in the Commissioner's ellice, at Lancaster
THURSDAY, IAAHCH 11, 1880.
ItOBT. MOXTGOM EltY.
Lancaster dailies and Marietta papers only
publish, j lcbli-lwil
of Anatomy in the Pennsylvania Medical Cel
lege, late Surgeon In the United States Aniiv.
and also Professer of Obstetrics and Diseases
or Women and Children iu the St. Leuis Medi
cal Cellege.wrltes the fellow ing te the Hetmail
Liver Pad Company :
" Gentlemen : The Pad is a marvel or suc
cess. I have given its working a nersenal in-
lectien, and lind that it merits my pret'es-
sauctien. It acts kindly, safely and
effectively, and comes the nearest te a univer
sal panacea or anything I knew in iiieditine,
and the only wonder is that the medical pro
fession has net before made it of practical use
te suffering humanity, for the principle is as
old as Hippocrates himself. 1 especially recom
mend the Pad iu all malarial affections, and in
chronic diseases or the various organs it is in
I. AMI'S, CC.
FLIM & BREiYEMAiY
Geal Oil Lamps,
These goods are entirely new and handsomer
than ever befete offered and prices lower.
FLINN & BRENEMAN
152 North Queen Street.
BOOTS. SHOES AND LASTS
made en a new principle, insur
ing comiert ier the lcet.
Lasts made te order.
133 East King street.