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LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27,1880.
the county committee will be called early
in March, te make due prevision for the
usual primary electiens; the chairman,
B. F. Eshlcman, alone lias power te call
it together, and he ill exercise his
power discreetly, but firmly ; he
will commit no usurpation, but he will tol
erate no irregularity, nor submit te any
bull-dozing ; the committee may order an
election of national delegates, but it is net
likely that a" majority of its members will
se stultify themselves ; Kauffman and
Seltzer will stand en their credentials from
the state convention and net confess the
weakness of their case by submitting it as
an unsettled one ; if the coun
ty committee docs net call
fei the election of national delegates any
person i he runs fei 01 may be elected te
that eflice will have no standing nor recog
nition at Chicago ; under all circumstances
Kauffman and Seltzer or their altei nates
will cast Lancaster county's vote at Chi
cago, under the unit rule ; and Mr. Kauff-
ln.tn, in tins city, yesteiuay, saiu te in
inquiring Republicans: "Yeu iiwi: te
OTK JOK GltVNT AND Of M VY AS WELL
I XII:USTAXI) IT .NOW.''
Let the band play !
De.ith el Dr. Jehn L. Atlee 'x Wife
Mrs. Sarah Hewell Atlec, wife of Dr.
Jehn L. Atlee, diedat the family lcsidence,
coiner of Duke and Change sticets, about
half-past 11 o'clock last night, in the 77th
year of her age. Mis. Atlec had been an
invalid fei many xc.ii, and for at least 15
years had been confined te the house by a
peculiar and painful disease of the limbs
which rendeied it almost impossible for
hci te walk. During the past year her
condition was mere comfortable than dur
ing several yeai.s previous, but about three
weeks age she began te fail rapidly, and
day bjfoie jesteiday, it becoming evident
th.it Her end was near, hci relatives living
-ut of town weie sent for, and all were
pii'scut last night when she passed peace
Mu. Atlee was the eldest daughter of
the late Judge Walter Fianklin, and a sis
ter of Hen. Themas E. Franklin and Cel.
Luilen Franklin. She was bein in Phila
delphia June 7th, 180U, and caine te Lan
c.istei with her fathei when he was ap
pointed judge of the Lancaster ceuits.
.she was mat lied te Dr. Jehn L. Atlee en
the 12th of Match 1822, and lied a happy
wedded life fei a peiied of ."S ve.us. She
was the mother of nine ehildicu, lie of
whom died jeung, and the ether four aic
well known in this community Dr. Wal
ler Atlec, a pi emincut physician of Phila
delphia, Di. Jehn L. Atlee, jr.. of this
city, Hen. Win. A. Atlee, cc-mayor, and
Mis. Annie Atlee.
Mis. Atlec was, ever since she icsided
in L.iucistci, connected with St. James
chinch, and befeie she was prostrated
with disease was one of its most active
and efficient niembei s. She was a w euiau
of eiy considerable mental igerand was
one oftheeiiginatois of the fust Sunday
school eig.inied in Lancaster, and a
ni.iii.igei of the first infant school oigan eigan
ied in St. .Tame church. She was an
active fiiend of. the missienaiy cause,
of Ihe likhep liew 111,111 home, and indeed
lent willing aid te all objects and entcr
piises having in iev the fuithciance of
CluNtiatiity. Although she lived a quiet
and tetiied life, she dispensed charity with
a liberal hand te all wet thy objects, but
without ostentation or display. She pos
sessed the domestic virtues in an eminent
degiee and at home was a model both as a
w ife and mother.
IIcrfuuci.il will take place en Monday
net at 2 o'clock, p. 111.
A KECEPTION AND SUKPKI )E
The New Paster of Grace Lutheran Church.
Last evening in the lectuie 100m of
Giaee Lutheran chutcli was held a teccp teccp
tien te the new pastor, llcv. C. E. Ifeupt,
feinietly assistant pastor of the chinch of
the Hely Tiinity of this city, the time be
ing eiy pleasantly spent in the social cn cn
teitainmcntef the t.iembeis and fiiends of
the congiegatien. The chancel was beau
tifully decorated with plants and flowers,
which added veiy much te the pleasuie of
The exet cises began with the singing of a
hymn, followed by an exquisite violin sole,
Ciungl's "Sounds Frem Heme," by Mr.
-I. J. Kevinski, the leader of Grace choir.
Mi . Kevinski was followed by Mr. F. L.
Muiphy, of Franklin and Mai shall college
who declaimed very effectively Trovv Trevv
luidge's poem, "The Vagabonds." Mr.
A. M. Schmidt, also a student at the col
lege, sang, in a geed baiitene voice a sacred
sole, "He Still, Peer Heatt,'" and with a
hymn by the congiegatien the first part
ended. After a social recess another hymn
was sung, and then Miss Sallie Kahl
sang a very pretty sole, "He Giveth His
Beloved Sleep," Mr. David Stamin playing
the eigan accompaniment. Mi. Muiphy
next tecited, very touchingly. " The Pau
per's Dtive," and was followed
in tuin by a duet, "Geed Night and
Happy Dicams," sung by Mr.
Schmidt and Miss Annie Swaitzwcldcr.
The tegular cxeiciscs weie closed with a
hymn by the cntiic congiegatien, and llcv.
Dr. Gicenwald, of Tiinity church, had just
been called en te offer a prayer, when a
complete surpiisc was sprung upon
the pastor by the geed doctor,
who advanced te Mi. Ueupt and in
a touching little speech presented him,
in behalf of the Ladies' Aid Society of the
church, w ith a beautiful and costly set of
vessel-, for use in the private administra
tion of the communion te the sick and aged
of the congregation. The complete set of
four pieces panaiielum, paten, flagon and
chalice was enclosed in a liaudsemc mo
rocco case lined w ith scarlet satin. Mr.
Houpt replied te Dr. 'Gieenwald in a
graceful and grateful speech, and in the
closing prayer the vessels w ct c dedicated by
the doctor te their intended use. The dox dex dox
elogy and benediction closed the service
which was throughout enjoyable, and many
tcinaincd long after te leek at the beauti
ful and appropriate gift te the pastor.
The Lecture Te-night.
II. R. Fulton, esq., will deliver a lecture
te-night in the hall of the Y. M. C. A. en
" The Influence or Education." The topic
is an interesting one and will no doubt he
handled by Mr. Fulton in a scholarly
In Geed Condition.
North Queen street is at the present
time in very geed condition for the street
cleaners. The mud is about shoe-top deep,
and of a proper consistency te be easily
scraped into piles and carted away.
Where's Billy Hensel, the ancient commissioner?
A GAY DECEIVER.
The Romantic Career of a Swedteli Tailor.
Last May there came te Lancaster a
tailor giving his name as Alfred Carlsen.
He was a Swede of rather pleasing address,
and obtained employment as a coat maker
in Smaling's clothing house, North Queen
street. Seme time after his arrival here a
Wilmington newspaper published an ar
ticle denouncing Carlsen as a swindler and
a dangerous man, alleging among ether
tilings that he cheated everybody that
trusted him, and that he had three
or four wives living in different
places. This newspaper aiticle was
brought te Carlsen's notice, whereupon he
denounced it as a gross and unfounded
slander, and threatened te sue the publish
ers for libel acknowledging, however, that
he owed debts in Wilmington te the
amount of $75, and that the publication
was a trap, set te induce him te come
back te Wilmington se that he might be
arrested and locked up. The Lancaster
police wrote te the Wilmington autheri
ties that Carlsen was in this city and could
be easily arrested if he was "wanted," but
no response was received from Wilming
ton. Carlsen continued te wetk for Mr.
Smalinz until the lasj week in January,
when he rented a room everSkiles&Frey's
tobacco wai chouse, and went into business
en his own account, employing a few girls
te assist him in shop-weik. He only kept
the 100ms a few weeks, and then came
back te Smaling's, wheic he continued te
veik until Satuiday, the 14th inst.
Having become acquainted with Mrs.
Henrietta R. Ktug, residing at 142 East
Walnut street, he became a suitor for her
hand, was accepted, and married her about
four weeks age, Rev. Dr. Greenwald per
forming the cetemeny. On Sunday last
Carlsen left his bride and has net since
been heard fiem.
Befeie leaving he told her that a Cel.
Reynolds, eugaged as salesman in a laige
clothing house, had seemed him a situa
tion as cutter in Dajfen, Ohie, and that it
would be neccssaiy for him te leave for
that city at once. On these lcpiescnfatiens
his wife gave him all the money she could
spaie (nieic than enough te cairyhim te
Dayton) since which time nothing has
been heaid of him. His flight has deeply
affected Mis. C.ulsen (or Krug), and she
is lving quite sick. It is new
thought that the ' Wilmington stories
about Carlsen aie tine, and that
he has descited his last wife as he did the
ethcis. Colei is given te this supposition
by the fact that befeie Cailsen's late mar
ti.igc he told some of his friends that an
acquaintance of his was about te marry a
licit widow, and wanted te knew if he
would fall heir te her piepetty in case she
died. It is believed it was his own in
tended man iagc that he had in view at
the time, and that he could net get held of
her piepetty, which is held in trust for
The x ilmingten Charges.
We have seen a copy of the Wilmington
paper lefertcd te. It is the Daily Republi
can of May 29, 1870, and denounces Cail
son as " a sanctimonious sceundtcl," who
" desetts his wife and children, getsmuch
ly manied and gees into the gcneial he.ut
bie.iking business; tebs his victims and
seeks pastutcs new." Fiem the Republi
C(t)i'.i account, it is thcamc " six footer,
with tesy checks, scat ted feiehead. fair
hair, light moustache and inevitable white
necktie" that has been operating in
Lancaster. He joined a Baptist chutcli
in that city and became treasurer
of the Bible society and spent $18 of its
funds en his pcisenal adornment and
rapidly degenerated into diunkeness and
ether vices. He wheedled servant girls
and widows, beatdiug house mistresses
and tailors out of vatieus sums ranging
fiem $2 te $2(5, besides raising money en
many ether people's goods, which he "bei-
towed. " One deserted wife, Mrs. Han
nah B. Catlsen, of Paterson, N. J.,
hunted him out in Wilmington and dc
clatcd that she believed he had deceived two
ether women into marrying him. He fled
fiem Wilmington te Avendale, but his
sins found hint out just before he was
about te many wife Ne. 4. He left there
for Lancaster, wheic his caieer is told
In noticing the death of Mrs. Alexander
Schultz, of Stiasburg, yesterday, we stat
ed that she w as the daughter of the late
Hugh Lean. This was a mistake ; she
was the daughter of the late Patrick Mc
Coy, of Paradise, and a niece of Mr. Lean.
The funeral services which were an
nounced te be held in St. Mary's church,
this city, will be held in St. Antheny's
chinch at 11 o'clock te-morrow morning.
Hern Destrejed by Fit.
This morning about one o'clock a barn
belonging te David Gibblc of Manhcim,
was totally destteyed by fire. A sleigh,
wagon and a let of farming implements
weie consumed. The lite was undoubtedly
the weik of an incendiary. The building
wasinsuied for $300 and the less will be
" Ana That Was the Cause or It."
The elder of pole-cat effluvia which per
vaded the West King street and Centre
Square atmespheic this afternoon was
caused by Johnny Grau sheeting a skunk,
found in Jim Doebler's saloon.) It is sup
posed te have get theic through the sewer
and its speedy dispatch was for the public
Thunder and Lightning.
Last night we weie visited by a gust of
rain, accompanied by thunder and light
ningbut net very heavy. Tlie weather
was unusually watm and spring-like, and
net at all such as was premised by the
Lancaster county gtound-heg and Veimer,
the great Canadian weather prophet.
The wife of Levi Eshelbrcnncr made
complaint last evening before Alderman
Barr, charging him with desertion. He
was arrested this morning at 9 o'clock, had
a hearing at 10 o'clock, and the case was
returned te ceuit. It will be heaid to
morrow. Ojster Supper.
Last evening a party of young men, who
had made a wager en the recent billiard
tournament at the City hotel, had an
oyster supper at the restaurant of D
Mulhatten, en Duke street. It was given
iXT rVi fC 4-llA ArYInv n3 24- m -!
,j v,.... ,i w.Uj,a..j auu 11 nte. ecivcu
u j in uic uuel bijm;.
Fer the Irish Relief.
Mayer MacGenigle acknowledges the
receipt of $5 from E. F. Bewman and $2
from a friend, for the Irish relief fund.
The total amount received new amounts
The tobacco packers of this city will held a
ball at Kethweller's hall te-night. It premises
te be a grand success, as the managers have
done everything In their power te make it
"JEiadne" Te-night. At neon te-day all but
a very few of the seats in the parquet and par
quet circle in Fulton opera house had been
sold ter te-night, when Mis Mary Andersen
w ill appear in the title role of Shiel's play of
"Evadne," and seat9 were being secured in
the gallery. A jammed house and splendid
performance are assured.
Mb. A. Neiger, Taylervtlle, Pa., writes :
My mother, an old lady of sixty years, suf
fered for thirty years with Rheumatism, te
such an extent that she w as at times entirely
lame. We procured from Messrs, Ludwig
Bres., druggists in Scranton, Pa., a bottle of
St. Jacob's Oil, used it acceiding te directions,
and saw our efforts crowned with perlect suc
cess. Mether was relieved.
Unless the brcatn is like a spicy gale,
Unless the teeth gleam like the driven nev,
There is no dazzling smile or tender tale,
Grateful te woman's eye or tar, we knew.
The tale would lese its chaims the smile be
Till brought within the spell el SOZO-
Wall Paper, Ac, at Frj v.
USSTFer futther details see adveitising
Fees of Doctors.
The fee of doctors is an item that v eiy many
persons are interested in just at present. We
believe the schedule for visits is $5, which
would tax a man confined te hi-, lied ler a j ear
and in need of a daily visit, ever $1,000 a ve.u
for medical attendance alone ! And one single
bottle of Hep Bitteia taken in time would save
the $1,000 and all the j eet's sickness. L'd.
Puie Spices ut Loeher's Diug Stoic.
Nothing makes a man, woman, or child leel
meaner than a tickling sensation in the tlue.it.
Take "Dr. Selleis Cough Sjiup." Si cents.
Frem a Prominent Drug Heuse.
II. II. Warner tc Ce., Kechlsteh, X. Y.
Dear Sib:-It is new only tin ee months since
ve received j our lit st shipment of bate Heme
dies. We have sold drugs 111 this place fei
twenty j ears, and vv e have never sold a pi o e
piietary medicine, that gives such univeisal
satisfaction asyeuis, especially yeui bale Kid
ney niul I.ivci Cine, anil Diabetes Cine.
We could mention many w he hav e leceived
great bcnclll 111 cases of Kidney dillleulties.
Asthma, Hheuinatisiii, Diabetes, Blight's Dis
Uespcctlully j eui -, SISSOX & FOX.
114-2wd.w Alcxandua l!.iy. X. V.
Guard Against Disease.
If jeu lin.l yeuiself getting bilious, head
heavy, month leul, ejes jellew, Kidnejsdi
eideied, sjmptems et piles teimenting jeu,
take at once a few doses of Kidnej -Wei t. It is
nature's great assistant. Use it as an advance
guiud don't wait te get dew 11 siek.
"'Dr. Liinlsej' Bleed Se.uchci' ciueduiy
son of crWpeles." Mis. 1.. smclLser, Lou Leu
of all dcsciiptien aie lelieveil at once, and
speedily cuicd by Kidney-Went. It seems in
tended by n.ituie for the euie of all diseases el
the kidnejs caused by weakness and debility.
Its great tonic pew eis are especially duceted
te thciemeval el this cla-s et disease-. Tij
it te day. lis Iw d.V
Try Loeher's Cough Syiup.
Mothers! Mothers!! Mothers!!'
Arc jeu disturbed at night and Ineken el
your test by a sick child sulleiing and cijing
with the cxciuciefnig pain et cutting teeth.'
It se, go at once and get a bottle el MRS. A INF
LOW'S SOOlHIXU Si RUP It will lelieve the
peer little-sufferer immediately depc nd upon
it; there Is no mistake about it. Theic is net a
mother en e.uth who hasevei used it, who will
net tell jeu at once that it will tegulate the
bowels, and give lest te the methei, and lelief
and health te the child, epeiatuig like magie.
It is peifectlj's.ite te use in all ceses, and pleas
ant te the taste, and is the ptcsciiptien et one
et the eldest and best lemale physicians and
nurses In the United states, bold uvei jv heic
25 cents a bottle. j 1T-I j d&vv M.W&b
statistics pi eve that twenty-five per cent,
of the deaths in our laiger cities are caused by
consumption, and when we lellcct that this
teriiblc disease in its w 01 st stage w ill j ield te
a bottle of Leehei's Renowned Cough bjiup,
shall we condemn the sulleieis ter their neg
ligence, or pitj- them for their ignorance I
The Tiiheat. "Brown's Ilrenchial Treches'''
act directly en the organs of the voice. They
hove an extraordineij' cllect in all diseideis of
the Threat and Laijnx, lestenng a healthy
tone when 1 closed, either from cold 01 evei;
exertion of the voice, and pieduce a clear ami
distinct enunciation. Speaker? and Smyers
find the Troches usclul. fJI-lw cITTIisa. w
A Mether's Uriel.
The piidcef a mother, the life and joy of a
home, aie her clulilicn. hence her giictuhcu
sickness enters and takes them awaj-. I'.ike
winning then, that you ate iiinninga tcmble
risk, if thej" hove a Cough, Cteup or Whooping
Cough, w Inch lead te Consumption, if jeu de
net attend te it at enee. bluleh's Consump
tion Cuie is guaranteed te cure them. Pi lee 10
cents, 50 cents and $1. Fer lame Hack, Mdc.
or Chest, use Shiloh's Poieus Plaster. Pnee
cents. Sold by I). Ileitshu, Lancaster, and
M. L. Dev is, Milfersv ille.
The Best I Kver Knew Or.
.1. U. Starkcj, a prominent and inlliienti il
citien of Iowa Citj-, sajs: "I hove hed the
Djspepsie, and Liver Complaint ler several
je.ns, and have used cverj- ltcmcdy 1 could
near of, without any teliet whatever, until I
saw jour Shiloh's Vitalizei adveitiscd in out
paper, and was persuaded te ti y it. Ia'ii happy
te state that it bes entnelj' cmed me. It is cei cei
temly the best Itemedy I ever knew of." Pi ice
73 cents. Sold bv I). Ileitshu, Lancaster, and
M. L. Davis, Millersvillc.
Shiloh's Catarrh Itemed-.
A marvelous Cute fei Coteiih, Diplitliene
Canker Meuth, and Head Ache. ith eeeh
bottle there is an ingenious 11as.il Injeetei tei
the meic successful tieatment et tne com
plaint, without estrucheige. Pnee M cents,
sold bj' D. Ileitshu, Lmcester, and M. L. Dev is,
Millersvillc. sJit-eodDJUew W
Pknmj.gte Okem. February i"th. ISsO. at
the parsonage of Trinity Chureh, bj-ISev. Di.
Gicenwald. William X. Pennington, et Wil
mington, Del., te Clare Klizebcth Oicm, et
Atlee. On the 20th inst.. berah II., w lie of
Jehn L. Atlee, 31. D., in the 77th j car et her
Funeral en Mondej', Match 1, ISSO, at 2
o'clock p. m. It is rcspectiullj requested that
no flew ers be sent. 2td
Kuebler. Feb. 23, 1S83, in this citjr, Mone
Fredeiicka Kuebler, in the 47th j eat et hei age.
The iclatives and friends ate respectfully in
vited te attend the funeral liem her late lesi
dence, 52!) West King sticet, en Setuidaj- aftei aftei aftei
noen, at 3 o'clock. 2td
Ellmaker. At Xcw Helland, en Wcilncsdej
morning, 23th inst., Miss Catheiinc Lllm ikei,
in her 97th j-ear.
Her relatives and friends arc invited te at
tend tlie funeral en Saturday next, at her late
residence, at 10 o'clock a. in. Interment in the
family cemetery, three miles south of Xew
Scucltz. In Strasburg, en Tuesday, Feb. 24,
18S0, Hannah Agnes, wife of Alexandci Schultz,
in the 58th year et her age.
Her relatives and friends are rcspectfnllj- in,
vited te attend tlie luneral liem the residence
et her husband, en Saturdaj' morning, Feb. 28,
at 9 o'clock. Funeral services at St. Antheny's
church, at 11 o'clock ; interment in fet. Meiy's
Eub. On the 26th inst., in Seudcisbuig,
Christian Erb, In the 70th j ear of his age.
The relatives and friends et the family arc
respectfully invited te attend the fnneral fiem
hIg late regience, Soudersburg, en Sunday
morning at 9 o'clock. 2td
WATCHES.--The largest stock and most varied assortment te be found
In the interior of the state. We sell all the reliable grades of American and
Swiss Watches, and each -watch Is warranted according te the quality.
JEWELRY of the newest and prettiest designs in great quantity and vari
ety from a geed article in geld plate te the precious gem in costly setting.
SILVERWABEArticles of utility and ornament in solid silver or electro
plate, artistic in design and of various styles of finish.
MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES tee numerous te specify, including every
thing consistent with a flrst-class Jewelry Business.
Realizing that we are in competition with the large houses of the Eastern
cities, we will be especially careful that every article shall be sold as low as
it could be bought elsewhere.
H. Z. RHOADS & BRO., Jewelers,
Ne. 4 West King Street.
-Vfc WAD rERTISE3lEXTS.
rKXXDNITK. IHEKt. WILL
ltL Preaching (both Gitrmen and English) in
the Old Mcnnenite church, corner of East
Chestnut and Sherman streets, en Sundej-,
Feb. ), at 2 o'clock p. m. nd
Cigarmakers. Mele and Female, stand v
emplev iiient and'ehcap boerd ai ranged.
411 Xeith Thirteenth street, Philadelphia.
IUKK VOUKl'llOPKltTYIN THE IIKST
IiAUSMAX & P.UUXS.
20-tfeedIi Oflice: Ne 10 West Orange St.
LJ,CV8TElt, Dec. 12, 17').
NM'KK YOUE PKOPI.UTVINKEI.IAKLE
BENJ. F. SHENK'S,
Ollice : 103 West King Street.
lIKi:, LIFE AND ACCIDENT.
Iiismonceat lowest rates. Geed and Reli
able Compenies. IILKU & STAUFFEIt,
Kelt Estate & Ins. Agts., 3 X. Duke St.
Union will be held en SATUKDAY EVEXIXU
at 7 o'clock, at Arneld Haes's boleon, Xe. :m
Ninth Queen sticet. l.usiness of itupeitauce ;
pinuipt attendance requested,
ltd 15Y ORDER OF THE COMMITTEE.
TT S. UAKAS
1 iry. East King Street, Lancaster, Pa.
Insurance Company of Xeith Aineiica, Phil'a
I.v coining Count j' file Ins. Ce., et Muncv, Pa.
Fianklin File Insurance Ce., Philadelphia.
IVniisjlvenii File Insurance Ce., Phil'a.
Continental File Insurance Ce , X'ew Yeik.
Hanover File Insurance Ce., Xew Yeik.
(Jucen England File Insurance Compenj.
Scottish Cemii.eicial Fire Insurance Ce.
l.iveipoel, Louden and (J lobe File Ins. Ce.
Auiciican Lite Ins. Ce., of Phil'a. fMniilR
On Thursday, March 4, 1880,
w ill be sold at Xe. .507 Xeith Limestrcet, 2 Par
lei Suits, iiphelslcicd 111 Rep and llair Cleth,
Walnut Dining and ISedioem buits. Marble
Tep Tables, Walnut Sideboeid and Extension
Table, Hat Reck, Clocks, Oil Painting, about
230 j aids et Ihiis-els and Ingiein Carpets,
Window Itlinds, china. Gless and Quecnsweic,
besides a general asseitment of household
Sele te commence at i) o'clock a. m. Condi
tions made knew 11 bj
C. A. REECE.
II. SnenEUT, Anct. 123-OtdR
1JUI1LIC SALE OF HOUSES.
. On SATURDAY, FEIIRUARY2S. ISsO, will
be sold at Fie 1 IJiiminei's Stables, Xe. 13.!
Xeith Queen stieet, Lancaster city, Pa., the
fellow mg lave Stock, te wit: Feity Head et
Canada Horses, mostly heevj -boned Draft
Hei se, some geed ler general use, and a tew
geed id oed Mines and Roadster-. They will
be sold without le-erve and must be in eveij"
lespect as lepicsented by the undersigned. A
c-ieditet WHIejs will be given.
S lie te commence at 1 o'clock p. 111. sharp,
w hen attendance w ill lie giv en bj-
b vm'l Htss & be-s, Aucts. tebie 2td
JAISSOLUTION OF PAltrNLKSllIP.
Netice ishciebv given that the ce-pirtnei-slup
heietoteie existing between David U.ur
and Jacob I! nr, under the linn name et I)
IC.iii A Ce., has been this day diselv ed bj mu
tual consent. All peisens having accounts
with soul linn aie heiebv lequested te cell en
Dev id lS.urlei settlement.
L vc stlii, Feb 20, 1SS0.
Having put chased the entile stock, good
will, lixtmcsaiid book accounts et the lete
linn el D lair& Ce., the undc-i signed will con
tinue te c.u 1 y en the business at the old stand,
Xe. 14 hast King stieet, where he hopes te le
1 1111 the potienoge heietoteie extended the old
fel2G-.Hd DAVID IJAI1S.
(Seme as used bj- Tobacco Samplers), Heavy
Railie.ul l:e:ud any Celer. Alse,
STRUNG TAGS FOR LAI5ELING
Contract and Receipt Beeks at
the Lewest Prices,
" Yhares w. fry,
Ne. 57 NORTH QUEEN ST.,
Weaiebcttei prepared te meet the wants of
the people than anj-seasen heretoleic. as our
Xew stcue is laigei than the old one. w hich en
ables us te can j- a meic extensive line et
Our 100111 is filled with the Choice Goods for
the spi nig, and has all the Xev cities, lrem the
Lewest Grade el Peper Hangings te the most
evpensive In Derk and Medium Celers lei
Poilers, HalN, Dining Reems, &c.
In Window-Siliedes wc arc prepeted te meet
any demand. Plain Goods bj-the jard in all
In Six and Seven Feet Lengths. Fixtures of
Measuies of Windows taken and Shades
hung in liist-elass manner, cornice Poles for
Lace Curtains and Lambrequins, Gimp Bands,
lu connection with our line wc handle
PIER AND MANTLE MIRRORS.
Orders taken and Glasses made of everj- de de
sciiptien. Come and see our New Stoie.
ESTATK OF WILLIAM 31. WHITESIDE,
late el the City of Lancaster, deceased.
Letters et administration en said estate hav
ing been granted te the undersigned, all poi
sons indebted te said decedent aie lequested
te make immediate settlement, and these hav
ing claims or demands against the estate et
said decedent te make known the same te E.
K. Martin, attorney at law. Ne. 33 North Duke
street, or MARY K. WHITESIDE,
Fancy Me anil Ededv mk
UULTON UPEKA HOUSE.
MONDAY, MARCH 1, 1880.
Keturn of the Favorite.
AMIE PIXLEY. I Supported bv the McDon McDen
Ai?.ife 1'IXLEY. eugu and "Fulford Star
AN.N.Ih TIXLEY. Combination of 23 llrst-
cl.iss artists. J. E. McDox McDex McDox
euoiias Yuba Bill. During
the acting of the piece Miss
Fixley will introduce sev
eral New Songs and Med
ley?. Admission, 35, SO Sc
75Cts. Reserved seats new
011 sale without extra
ONE NIGnT ONLY.
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27th.
A BRILLIANT EVENT.
Appearance of the j'eung and highly gifted
Mr. Milne:. Levick, Mr. Atkins Lawrence
And a Pew erful Dramatic Cempanj-.
PRICES OF ADMISSION:
RESERVED SEATS, S1.00
GENERAL ADMISSION 75 Ct.
GALLERY, CO '
Secure scats in advance at the Opera Heuse
Ollice. Sele te open te-dav. fiMtd
PLIJSTA1 & BRENEMAN
Ceal Oil Lamps,
These goods ai e entirely new anil hondsemcr
thou ev er beleie elleied and prices lower.
FLINN & BRENEMAN
152 North Queen Street,
Without a doubt furnish the FINEST IN
STRUMENTS m the Market Warerooms 320
.North Queen stieet. Manufactory in the rear.
.Branch Oflice, 15 East King Street.
Alex. McKillips, Proprietor.
Alse Agent for Lancaster County for
CIIICKERIXG & SON'S Celebrated
A Full Line of Sheet and ether Music, Small
Instiuments, Violins. Banjos, Hand Instru
ments, Ac., alwaj-s en hand. fl.t-lydSAl j'w
MIS CVLLAXEO US.
"1H AS. 1JIUMMEK.
Removed te Ne. 4 West King street, first
iniui, imeaus x, jjie.'s new muiiiiiig.
i27-lmd I CRAYON PORTR AITt, S:
AS. KO.-.ENIIAUM & CO.,
. PACKERS OF LEAF TOBACCO, Ne. 22?
Piince stieet, Lancaster, Pa.
"VT 1E1VIN, M. .. GRADUATE OF THE
1. University of Dorpat, Russia, formerly
of ISeilin, Gemianj-, Ne. 24J West King street.
Oflice hours from 8 te 10 a. m., 1 te 2 p. m.and
6 te 8 p.m. j2S-2uul
"jl TARCUS O. SEHNEK,
Ne. 120 North Prince street.
Piempt and p irtlcular attention paid te al
tcratien and repairs. sLJ-lyd
TOTICE-TO WATER RENTERS.
XI All persons who wish te discontinue the
use of the eitj water aic heicby notified te in in
lerm the Superintendent of the Water Works
in w liting, en or heroic the tlrst daj- of March
next. JOIIXT. MacGONIGLE,
i.1 1 tike pleasure in announcing te the citi
zens et Lancaster and vicinity that I have this
day (Feb. 25) opened my Sew Drug Stere en
the coiner of Seuth Queen and Strawberry
streets. My stock is fresh and carefully se
lected, and comprises everything usually kept
in a Hrst-elass steie. I will also keep en hand
a full assortment of Perfumery. Soeps, Toilet
Articles and strictly Pure Spices. Phj-siclans'
prescriptions will receive Individual attention.
Vei j- Respectfullv,
i'HOS. U. BECIITOLD,
Druggist and Apethecat y.
Cor. Seuth Queen and Strawberrj- sts.
Everybody te advertise, free of charge,
in the Ictklligexcek, who wants something
y V A j-eung w eman wants a situation te de
general he use erk. Keferenccs given. Applj
at Ne. J35 Bearer Street.
-IXrAXTED TO HIRE FOR TWO (2)
Weeks or mere a Bleed Hound or Bull
Deg of large size and geed lighting qualities,
for which a very liberal price w ill be paid and
best attention given. Only owners of particu
larlj' savage animals need applv-.
GEORGE E. FAHNESTOCK,
ltd 35 East King Street.
JACOB B. LONG,
JT. E. CORNER CENTRE SQUARE,
(Eshleman A Bathven's Building),
If you want te Buy, Sell, Rent or Exchange
Property, Berrow or Lean Meney en Mortgage,
or Insure Life or Property.
Office Hours : 9 te i and 7 te 8.
FRIDAY EVENING, FEB. 27, 1880.
"Washington, Feb. 27. Fer the Mid
die Atlantic states, higher pressure,
colder northwest winds, clear or fair
ACKOSS THE WATER.
Flashes by the Ocean Cable.
TTie Greek arrested in Constantinople
with an "infernal machine" in his pos
session had no designs en the life of the
Yeddo, Japan, was severely shaken by
earthquake en the 2eth inst.
The French authorities are inclined te
refuse Russia's demand for the extradition
of Hartmann, accused of being implicated
in the recent Moscow explosion. The
ground of the charge against him is con
sidered tee vague te establish the guilt of
Gen. Rntler Argues the Producer' Cause
Jtefere a Congressional Committee.
Washington, D. C, Feb. 27. General
Butler presented an aigument before the
Heuse committee an commerce today en
behalf of the oil producers of the western
Pennsylvania who desire congressional
investigation into the methods used by the
Standard oil company of Pennsylvania in
building up what they term "a colossal
monopoly which i3 crushing out all its com
petitors." He criticised the operations of the Stand
ard oil company, asserting that it had
forced railroad companies te come te their
terms, in some instances extorting large
sums from them. In ene particular case
he said they had subjected the Pennsylva
nia railroad company te less of one and a
half million dollars, and this he said was
all done te maintain their monopoly. The
committee took no action.
THE TRUNK LINES.
Tliey Abolish the System of Rebates
Make Reduction in Rates.
Chicago, 111., Feb. 27. At the meeting
here yesterday of the executive committce
of the trunk line peel, en the subject of
Eastern rates, the rates en hogs were
reduced five cents per hundred, and rates
te all New England points were made the
same as these te New Yerk. Rebates were
abolished. It is intimated that further re
duction in grain rates arc net improbable.
Afternoon Telegrams Ceuclensed.
A freight wreck occurred at Exeter,
Pa., te-day, by which a number of cars
were badly broken, and considerable delay
in traffic was occasioned.
Tlie side wheel steamer Belle Browne
was bin ned at Calais. !Me., te-day. Less,
A committee of New Yeik merchants
this morning tendered M. de Lesseps a re
ception te take place next Tuesday, which
was accepted. He afterwards visited the
excavation at Hell Gate and ether points
of interest in the city.
The 1' anions Female Nihilist Arrested at
St. Pltekskuug, Feb. 27. The woman
Vera Sassulitch, the famous Nihilist
agent, who, en Feb. 3, 1878, attempted
the assassination of Gen. Trcpefi", prefect
of St. Petersburg, has been anested at the
home of a friend in this city.
They Make a SS.OOO Pull In UarrlAbnrg.
ILvKRisnuiie, Pa., Feb. 27. A room in
the hotel of Michael O'Connor, en North
street, this city, was entered some time
last night and $2,000 in bank notes, the
property of O'Connor, was stolen, from a
chest. Xe arrests have been made yet.
Nominated for Naval OfticeratNevr Orleans.
"Washington, Feb. 27. 3Ir. Hayes to
day nominated Percy B. S. Pinchback, of
Louisiana, te be naval efliccr for the dis
trict of New Orleans.
A Fratricidal Fight.
Near Mount "Washington, Baltimore
county, Md.,last Friday, Bristeand Wesley
Phillips, brothers, were testing their
strength in a wrestling match, when a light
ensued, during which Briste struck Wes
ley ever the head with a stone, inflicting a
serious wound. Briste then fled into his
father's house, nearby. Wesley rushed af
ter him, and the latter in the meantime
having secured a gun, when Wesley enter
ed the house lie discharged its contents in
to his(Wesley's) body, the shot taking ef
fect in the groin. Briste, it is alleged, sub
sequently beat his brother ever the head
with the breech of the gun. After the
death of Wesley, Bnste surrendered him
self, but was released te appear when re
quired. He has since disappeared.
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN THAT An
application will be made for a charter for
a corporation te be knew n as the Lancaster
County Came Protective Association, under
the act of 23th of April, 1874. entitled : "An Act
te Pievide for the Incorporation and Regula
tion of Certain Corporations." Thu object of
said association is tosteckandpropogate game
and game birds in the ceuntj- of Luncuster,
and for the protection and preservation of
game in said ceuntj-. J. W. F. SWIFT,
123-ltdA3td Solicitor ler Applicants.
ESTATE OF ANDKEW UIIKICII, LATE
et Ephruta township, deceased. Letters
of administration en saiu estate having been
granted te the undersigned, all persons in
debted thereto are requested te msikc immedi
ate payment, and these having claims or de
mands against the same will present them
without delay ter settlement te the under
signed, residing in Lancaster city. Pa.
MARTIN UIIKICII, Administrator.
D. P. Keseumiller, Jr., Att'j". iJMAdeaw
E STATE OF CIIAKLES F. KENOiEK,
late or Lancaster city, deceased. Letters
testamentary en said estate havingbeen grant
ed te the undersigned, all persons indebted te
said decedentare requested te make immediate
settlement and these havingclaimserdemands
against tlie estate of said decedent te make
known the same te the undersigned without
delaj-, residing in Lancaster city,
CHAS. F. KENGIER, .In,
ALBERT S. KENGIER,
JOHN S. KENGIER,
Kebt. J. Evaxs, Executers.
ASSIGNED ESTATE OF SAMUEL WALK
cr and wile of Salisbury township,
Lancaster ceuntj-, Pennsj-ivania, deceased.
The undersigned Auditor, appointed
te distribute the balance remaining in
the hands of Jeseph C. Walker, assignee or
said Samuel Walker and wife, te and among
these legally entitled te the some, will sit for
thai purpose en TUESDAY, the lbth day or
MARCH, 1880, at 2 o'clock p. m.. in the Library
Roem or the Court Heuse, in the city or Lan
caster, where all persons interested in said
distribution may attend.
ESTATE OF JOHN DOHNER, LATE OF
the borough of Ellzabcthtewn, deceased.
Letters of administration en said estate having
been granted te the undersigned, all persons
Indebted thereto are requested te make imme
diate payment, and these having claims or de
mands against the same, will present them
without delay ter settlement te the undersign
ed, residing in said borough.
JOSEPH B. DOHNER,
jfew Xerk Market.
Xxw Yerk. February 27. Fleur State and
Western very dull and slightly In buy
ers' favor : superfine state 5 0005 50 ; ei
tni de 3 505 63; choice de 5 106; fiuicy de 96 10
3750; round hoop Ohie 95 7536 00; choice
de 96 10 7 50; superfine western 95 0005 50;
common te geed extra de 95 5005 75 ; choice
dodo 93 900773; choice white wheat de93 63
6.25; Southern dull; common te fair extra
5SS6 40; geed te choice de 96 50S 00.
de Aeril il 47Ui21 4.S.
Cern dull und JKe lower; Mixed
Western spot 56459c ; de intnre 53S9c.
Oats In buyers' favor; state 4Sffl32c; Western
Beef steady and quiet ; new plain Mess at
Perk 11 rm ; Mess $12. -.
Lard a shade stronger; steam rendered at
Philadelphia, February 27. Fleur dull
and weaker; superfine 94 004 73; ex
tra $3 005 75; Ohie and Indiana
family $G757 23; Penn'a family $G5O700;
St. Leuis family $7 0OQ75O ; Minnesota Fam
ily $6 2337 00 ; patent and high grades
Rye flour $5 0003 23.
Cornmeal Brandywine unchanged.
Wheat quiet and lower; Ne. 2 Western Rett
$1 48 ; Penn'a de $1 4Sl 49;; Amber $1 4U1 50. (
Cern quiet : steamer Stic; yellow 57037Kc ;
Oats steady ; Southern and Penn'a white 48
c ; Western 4747 ; Western mixed 43
Uye steady ; Western 92c ; ra. 92c.
Seeds steady; geed te prime clevcrsced
$750800; de timothy $3 25; de flaxseed $1C3,
Previsions dull ; mess perk $13 23 : beet
hanislG5017 oe; India mess beet 150; Ba Ba Ba
conseoked shoulders 55VJc; suit de 4Jc;
smoked hams 94le;ic ; pickled bams fcj
Lord dull ; city kettle 77iS8c ; loose butchers'
'!4c ; prime steam 7?47c.
Butter linn ; creamer' extra 33
33c; Uraaferd county and New Yerk extra
2327c ; Western reserve extra at 253270 ;
de geed te choice labile: rolls choice scarce :
Penn'a extra 20ii)23e: western reserve uxtni
Eggs weak; Penn'a llUc; Western 14c.
Cheese steady ; N. Y. fuctery 14K13c ;
western lull cream 1414ic ; de for geed 1JKQ
14 ; de halt-skims biJlJc.
Petroleum dull; Keiined 73c
Whisky at $110.
Philadelphia, Feb. 27.
1230 r. x.
Stocks stead j.
Pennab's (third issue) let;
Philadelphia A Erie 17
Lehigh Valley. 52?a
United Ces. et N. J 158
Northern Pacific 3.sjjj
" Preferred 5S
Northern Central 3S
Lehigh Navigation 28,
Central Transportation Ce. V,A
Titusvllle A Bullule. 1H
N'kw ionic, Feb.
N. Y. Central
M icliigan Southern
Cleveland A Pittsburgli
Chicago A Reck Island..
Pittsburgh A Fert Wayne.. UK!
western union xel. Ce....
Teledo A Wabash....
New Jersev Central.
United States Itends and Sterling Exchange
(Quotations by B. IC. Jamisen A Ce., S. W.
Cor. 3d und Chestnut Streets).
Philadelphia, Feb. 27.
United States C's, 1881, (registered).. 105)'
United States 5's, 1881. (registered). .iaik103
United States 4W,'s, Wll, (registered)107k107-ji
United States 4s, 1891, (coupons)... 108Wi?51094i
United States 4's, 1907. (registered). .let.106
United States Currency ts llWlWrj
Sterling Exchange 4h5 487i
Anyone visiting mj- efllccs will hear con-
stnntlj the s-aine old story, vU: "I've been
doctoring for jcars with various phj-.sicians
and am no better, net cured." And tiicy can
also hear a mere welcome story from my
patients, viz : " Under j our simple treatment
I am well." Over 150 dillicnlt chronic cases
treated during the month of January, all bet
ter or cured se for as heard from.
Jehn Geedman, of 314 North Queen street
been docteiing ler 19 j ears ler Rheumatism,
dyspepsia and neuralgia, has net had one geed
night's rest for j-ears. lie is new sleeping well
and pains have gene.
Jacob Painter, 430 Locust street, suffered and
doctored for 12 jxuirs. Cured in two weeks.
Consultation ut elllces free. Call and get or
send for IC page pain plilct free. Catarrh cu l ed
ler 50 cents.
Rev. Jehn Hunter with restored vision, alter
being blind for 10 j-ears, will preach every
evening at Uev. Seulc's church en Orange
DR. 0. A. GREENE,
("l Years Experience),
Ne. 23C North Queen Street.
43-Wunted te buj' Clean old White or Blue
Class Vials or Bettles uiiysize.
Brandy as a Medicine.
The following article was voluntarily sent te
Mr. II. K. Slay maker. Agent for Keigurt'H Old
Wine Stere, by a prominent practising phj'si
clan et this county, who has extensively used
the Brandy referred te in his regular practice.
It is commended te the attention of these ur
Indigestion and Dyspepsia.
BRANDY AS A MEDICINE.
This new much abused Alcoholic Stimulant
was never intended as a beverage, but te lie
used as a medicine of great potency in the cure
of some of the destructive diseases which
sweep away their annual thousands of victims.
With a purely philanthropic motive, we pre
sent te the favorable notice et invalids espe
cially these alllicted with that miserable dis
ease Dyspepsia, a specific remedy, which Is
limning mere or less inun
The aged, with tccble appetite and mere or
less debility, will And this simple medicine,
when used properly,
A Sovereign Remedy
erall their ills and aches. Be It, however
strictly understood that we prescribe and use
lint nne lirtlnlrt nml !... j
.. ...V...V.. ...... blinbl-3,,
Sold by our enterprising young
friend, II. E.SLAYMAKEK. Tlifi
Brandy has steed the test for
trade mark, years, and has never failed, us far
as our experience extends, and we therefore
give it the preference ever all ether Brandies,
nematter with hew many Jaw-breaking French
titles they are branded. One-fourth of the
money that is yearlj- thrown away en various
impotent dyspepsia spec-Mas would sunicc te
buj' all the Brandy te cure any such case or
cases. In proer or the curative pew era et
Reigart's Old Brandy,
In cases et Dyspepsia, we can summon num
hers or witnesses one case In particular we
A hard-working farmer had been afflicted
with an exhaustiv e Dyspepsia ler a number of
years; his stomach would reject almost every
Kind of feed; he had sour eructatiens con
stantly ue appetite in fuct, lie was obliged te
restrict his diet te crackers and stale bread
anil as a beverage he used McGrunn's Keet
Beer. He is a Methodist, and then, as new
preached at times, and in his discourses often
declaimed earnestly against all kinds of stremr
drink. When advised te try
Reigart's Old Brandy,
In his case, he looked up with astonishment
but after hearing of its wonderful eirccts in
the cases of some of his near acquaintances he
at last consented te fellow our advice. 'lie
used the Brandy faithfully and steadily the
rtrst bottle giving him an appetite, and before
the second wiu taken li wax n umi.i.i .,.. ...i.i.
a stomach capable of digesting anything which
ne cnese te cat. lie still Keeps it and uses u lit
tle occasionally; and since lie has this medi
cine he has been of very little pecuniary bene
fit te the doctor. A Pkactisixe Phvsiciax.
uI iv rCa
H. E. SLAYMAKER,
Keigaif s Old Wine Stere,
' Established in 1785,
IXPOKnB AHD DKALKR IS
FINE OLD BRANDIES, SHEB.RIES, SUPE-
BIOB OLD MADEIRA, (Imported la 1813,
1827 and 1828.) CHAMPAGNES O
KVEKY BRAND, SCOTCH ALE
PORTER, BROWN STOUT.
Ne. 29 EAST KINO ST.. LANCASTER, PA.