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LAASTEK, DAILY INTELIIGENCEJi, SATURDAY. MARCH 13. 1880.
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De.tth of Yaates Cenynghain.
J. Yeates Conyngham, an old and well
known citizen, died at his residence, cor
ner of Seuth Queen and Mifflin streets,
this afternoon at a quarter past one
o'clock. He had been in ill health for sev
eral months past, and en Thursday night
was stricken with paralysis, which resulted
in his death as above stated.
Deceased came of geed stock, both en
the paternal and maternal side. His father,
Redmond Conyngham. was a brother of the
late Judge Conyngham, of "Wilkesbarre,
and a grandson of Sir Redmond Conyng
ham, of Ireland. His mother was a daugh
ter of Judge Jasper Yeates, who in his day
steed at the head of the legal profession in
the state of Pennsylvania.
Mr. Conyngham was born July 26th,
1809, and lived all his life in the house in
which he died, as did also his
mother before him. He was an honest,
kind-hearted man, led a very quiet life,
and was celebrated for nothing mero than
for his piety and works of charity, lie
was all his life, until about ten years age,a
consistent member of St. James church ;
and since that time has been a faithful
member of St. Jehn's.
Fer several years past Mr. Conyngham
was nearly blind, but as long as he could
keep his feet he insisted en taking his
daily walks and going regularly te church.
Though regarded as somewhat eccentric,
he had a clear head and managed his es
tate with care and judgment. He was
never married and has no near
relatives, we believe, except his
brother, David Conyngham, and fam
ily, who reside near Paradise, this
county. His funeral will take place en
Tuesday next. The religious services will
take place in this city, and his remains
will be taken for interment te the burying
grounds attached te All Saints church,
near Paradise, where his lather, mother,
and ether relatives lie buried.
Frem Our Correspondent There.
At a stilted meeting of Shawnee encamp
ment Ne. 23 I. O. of O. F., held last even
ing, the following officers were appointed :
II. P., Gee. W. Schecder ; C. P., Harry
Myer ; S. W.. Charles Stevenson ; J. W.,
Charles N. Simms ; Scc'y. It. J. M. Lit
tle ; Treas., J. G. Pence. The order is in a
very nourishing condition.
A new ledge of Knights of Pythias will
be formed in Columbia, en Monday even
The colemd Republicans of Columbia
formed a Blaine club en Thursday evening.
The Herald says the rules of the young
men's Republican club forbid any colored
person from becoming a membar. What
is the matter.
Mr. A. J. Kaufl'man, who has been con cen con
fine.l te his house for some time, we are
g!:id te say is cenvalcsing.
Mr. W. B. Given is confined te the
house ; cause a severe cold.
The school beard met en Thursdry even
ing when the finance committee reported
as fellows : Tuition, $ 4; rent, t-3 ; tax du
plicate for 1S7S, $124.22 ; tax duplicate for
1879, $4C4.01 ; total, $395.23. Ordcis
paid since last report, salaries included,
$1,1:58.21. On motion of Mr. Myers, the
hour of meeting was changed from 7:30 te
8 o'clock p. in.
The members of the Lutheran church of
Maytown paid a donation visit te their
pastor. Rev. J. V. I.ckcrt, who resides in
Jehn D. Misliler, manager will present
the comedy, " Dr. Clyde, " in the opera
house en Monday evening, March 13th ; it
is said te be a first-class performance in all
C. C. KaufTman, the popular real estate
agent, sold the Withers let of ground en
Walnut street at private terms te Miss
Market was well attended this morning ;
Change of Schedule.
A new schedule gees into effect en the
Pennsylvania railroad te-morrow night at
11:30. There are no important changes in
the time of trains with the exception of
Harrisburg express. This train new
arrives here at 7:35 in the morning, but
hereafter its time will be 8:03 ; returning
in the evening it will arrive from Philadel
phia at 7:30, instead of 7:25. Yerk accom
modation will arrive 8.00 a. m., instead of
The Belgian Pavement.
Monday morning at 10 o'clock is the
time at which Geerge Naunsan, solicitor
te Mayer MacGonigle and Win. Millar,
will ask the court te grant a pieliminary
injunction te restrain the street committee
and Cunningham & McNichol from laying
the first square of North Queen street with
Belgian block pavement. The argument
before the court will probably take place
en Saturday, March 27th.
Alas, Toe True !
The editor of the Mirietta Times gets te
Lancaster sometimes, and this is what he
thinks of our streets : ,4We believe that
Lancaster is the diiticst city of any we have
ever been in, after a rainy season. We
think it bad enough te have mud in the
country, but the streets of Lancaster city
arc in a worse condition than Marietta."
Selil Ills Interest.
H. Linville Hendricksen, one of the pro
prietors of the Marietta Begister, has dis
posed of his interest in that paper te his
partuer.Percy P. Scheck. The change was
made en account of the peer health of Mr.
Hendricksen, who has accepted a situation
in Flerida, where he thinks the climate
will be beneficial te his health.
A Sweet Singer.
We learn that W. W. Bentley, the vocal
ist, who accompanied Rev. Hammend, the
evangelist, during his religious campaign
in this city a few years age, will reach
Lancaster this evening and attend the sci
viccs at the First Baptist church to-mei-
Tobacco Packers' Party.
Last night the employees of E. Heffman
& Sen's tobacco warehouse, of which Jehn
Rcsh is foreman, held a sociable in Schiller
hall. About thirty couples were present
and all spent a pleasant time.
Soup Heuse Closed.
The soup house was closed this morning
and a statement of the number of rations,
&c, given out during the season will be
published shortly. There were net as
many applicants for aid this year as last.
Police Officer Sick.
J. P. Killinger, constable of the Fifth
ward, is confined te the house en account
of illness. L. . Fulmer has been ap
pointed te serve en the force in his stead.
Shortly after 3 o'clock this afternoon a
young man named Clare Carpenter,
in attempting te enter the mayor's
office, made a misstep, and strik
ing the tee of his beet against
the granite step, pitched forward and fell
against the deer-jam with his head,
stunning him se severely that he
rolled down the steps and lay upon
his back en the pavement until
he was tenderly taken up by Officer Pyle,
who assisted him into the mayor's office
where he soeu recovered. The young
man was perfectly sober at the time.
Yesterday a tree in front of the residence
of Mrs. C. Landis, North Queen street,
near James, was dug up by the roots,
and these having charge of the work
failed te fill up the hole. Last night about
11 o'clock, as Mr. Myers, a tobacco dealer,
was walking past the place he fell into the
hole and hurt himself considerably. Such
man-traps should net be allowed open at
Sale of Real Estate.
Majer James Malene has sold the prop
erty in Marietta, which is occupied by
Henry Wolfe te Jehn A. Strine for $1200.
An Arabian Niyht." Tills is the somewhat
deceptive title of a comedy that is te be pro
duced in this citv en the evening of the lath,
by the ceninaiiv which scored such a success
at the Walnut, Philadelphia, this winter, and
is new making a tour et the state. It is net. as
its name suggests, a spectacular exhibition,
but, as a Wilkesbarre paper describes it, the
spiightlicst, brightest, funniest of comedies,
without dull scene in It." The company in
cludes Messts. K. F. Theme. Ilarry Josephs
and ether well known faveiites.
Temmy Mack's Minstrels. On Monday even
ing Temmy Mack's minstrels will give an en
tertainment in the opera house, when the
' Rig Three," which is composed of McSerley,
Turner and Mack, will appear in their gro
tesque songs and dances. Sam. Maxwell, of
New Yerk, will occupy one of the end chairs
and will de a specialty in the second part. A
large number et Lancaster laverltcs will take
part, including Dan Clemmcns, Andy Feley,
Charles Shay and Levi Nlxderf. Jehn McCann,
a new performer te this city, will make his first
appearance here and will sing a favorite bal
lad. A clog dancing contest and a pie-eating
match wUl close the performance.
A yocxe man by the name of William Ketz,
coachman for Mr. Charles McClcllan, came te
my store one morning complaining that his
feet hurt him very badly, and expressing fears
that they were irest-bitlen. He had in vain
tried te get relief by consulting physiclans.und
had endeavored, without success, te case the
pain by rubbing his feet with snow and ice, the
remedy applied in such enses. Being exposed
a great deal te the cold by his occupation, his
feet get worse daily, until one day he tainted
in the street. A few days after he again came
te my store and showed me his leet. I have
seen a great many sores in my life, but noth
ing te equal this, and was afraid the peer fel
low would lese Ills limbs, lie asked me for St.
Jacob's Oil ; but at llrst I refused, as I did net
wish te take the responsibility upon myself,
net being a great admirer of se-called Patent
Medicines. However, some friends, who hap
pened te be in the store at the time, begged me
give the St. Jacob's Oil te the sufferer : se we
rubbed his teet well with the Oil, and he took
the remainder with him. After nine days the
same man again mine into my store, perfectly
well, and requested me te write te you of this
most wonderful cure ; he also stated, that two
ether persons had been cured of Hheumatism
by the same bottle which helped him.
Aven, Leraine Ce., Ohie. Jan. 17, 187U.
The roe bud opening te the morn.
While yet the dew hangs en the thorn,
Exhales less sweetness than is went
Te breathe Ireni lips that SOZODOXT
Has touched with a soft crimson glow
That shows the dazzling teeth otr.-e.
N nw Advkrtisrm knts.
Special Bargains at New Yerk Stere.
Temmy Mack at the Opera Heuse.
Arabian Night at the Opera Heuse.
Carpets. &c, at linger & Bre's.
(in te Givlcr. Rowers & Hurst.
The ("mine et " i. "' at Buck's.
Eatcr Cards, Ac, at r lynn's.
Easter Novelties at Baer's.
Netice te Housekeepers.
New Goods at Martin's.
An Evening of Seng.
Lunch at Spangler's.
Lunch at Frauke's.
S.de of Furniture.
Side of Horses.
dfFer further details see advertising
Shrewdness and Ability.
Hep Bitters se freely advertised in all the
papers, secular and religious, are having a
large sale, aud are supplanting all ether medi
cines. There is no denying the virtues et the
Hep plant, and the proprietors of these Bitters
have shown great shrewdness and ability in
compounding a Hitters, whose virtues are se
palpable te every one' observation. Ex
Statistics prove that twenty-hve 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
jl bottle of Loeher's Benewned Cough Syrup,
shall we condemn the sufferers ter their neg
ligence, or pity them for their ignorance?
Use Loeher's Herse and Cattle Pew tiers.
A New Method in Medicine.
By this new method every sick person can
get a package of the dry vegetable compound,
Kidney-Wert, and prepare ler themselves six
quarts of medicine It Is a specific cure for
Kidney Diseases, Liver Complaint, Constipa
tion and Piles, and a great tonic for females.
Try Loeher's Cough Syrup.
Never let a cough, cold, or croup go tee far.
On tiie first symptoms send te your druggist
for " Dr. Sellers' Cough Syrup." 25 cents per
They Werk Together.
When your system gets out of tune and you
feel completely played out, it is pretty certain
that you need a medicine te act en both the
Kidneys and Liver for these important organs
work together in freeing tile system et its
waste, and keeping up the tone. Then take
Kidney-Wert, for this is just what itdees, ler it
is betli diuretic and cathartic.
1'ure Spices it. Loeher's Drug Stere.
Brown's Household l'anacea
Is the most effective 1'aln Destroyer in the
world. Will most surely quicken the bleed
whether taken Internally or applied extern ally
and thereby mere certainly BELIEVE PAIN,
whether chronic or acute, than any ether pain
alleviator, and it is warranted double the
strength of any similar preparation.
It cures pain In the bide, uack or Bowels,
Sere Threat, Rheumatism, Toothache and ALL
ACHES, and is the GREAT RELIEVER OF
PAIN. "BROWN'S HOUSEHOLD PANA
CEA " should be in every family. Atcaspoon Atcaspeon Atcaspoen
lul et the Panacea in a tumbler et het water
(sweetened, if preferred), taken at bedtime,
will BREAK UP A COLD. 25 cents a bottle.
Fer sale at H. B. Cochran & Ce'a Drug Stere
North Queen street. Lancaster.
Undoubtedly with children, attributed te ether
causes, is occasioned by Worms. BROWN'S
VERMIFUGE COMFITS, or Werm Lozenges,
although effectual in destroying worms, can
de no pesible injury te the most delicate child
This valuable combination has been success
fully used by physicians, and found te be ab
solutely sure in eradicating worms. Twenty
five cent a box. f1anl5-lvtf AwTuTh&S
Coughs." Brewk's Bronchial Troches"
will allay Irritation which induces coughing,
giving oftentimes immediate relief in Bron Bren
chltis, Influenza, Hoarseness, and Coinsump Ceinsump
tive aud Asthmatic Complaints.
Try Lochar's Oenjrn Imp.
WE ARE OPENING NEW GOODS IN OCR
DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT.
We are Opening New Goods in our HOSIERY DEPARTMENT.
We are Opening New Goods in our CLOTH DEPARTMENT.
We are Opening New Goods in our CARPET DEPARTMENT.
We are Opening New Goods in ALL OP OUR DEPARTMENTS.
tSWe invite you te call and examine the Largest Stock of Goods in our line in the city.
Catarrh et the Bladder Cured.
Henrietta, Menree Ce., N. Y., Jan. 5, 1SS0.
II. n. WAHNEU& Ce.: Gestlkmen: I am a
man 67 years of age, have lived in Menree
county, N. Y., most of my life, and believe
there is neman of my acquaintance who would
doubt any statement I might make. I have
been a terrible sufferer of Catarrli of the Blad
der for years. Hearing of a number of cures
from the use of your remedy, and after taking
a few bottles of your Safe Kidney and Liver
Cure, I was net only relieved, but found my
self cured. THOMAS OWENS.
"Say, Susan, have you lest your appetite?
Are you weak and nervous ? If se, ' Dr. Lind
sey's Bleed Searcher' is what yen want."
A Mether's Uriel.
The pride of a mother, the life and joy of a
home, are her children, hence her grief when
sickness enters and takes them away. Take
warning then, that you are running a terrible
risk, If they have a Cough, Croup or Whooping
Ceugii, which lead te Consumption, if you de
net attend te It at once. Shtleirx Consump
tion Cure Is guaranteed te cure them. Price 10
cents, 50 cents and $L Fer lame Back, Side,
or Cheat, use Shiloh's Pereus Plaster. Price
25 cents. Sold by 1). Heitshu, Lancaster, and
M. L. Davis, Millersville.
The Best I Ever Knew Of.
J. G. Starkey, a prominent and influential
citizen of Iowa City, savs: "I have had the
Dyspepsia, and Liver Complaint for several
years, and have used every Remedy I could
hear of, without anv relict whatever, until I
saw your Shiloh's Vitalizer advertised in our
paper, and was persuaded te try it. I am happy
te state that it has entirely cured me. It is cer
tainly the best Remedy I ever knew of." Price
75 cents. Sold by D. Heitshu, Lancaster, and
M. L. Davis, Millersville.
Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy.
A marvelous Cure ler Catarrh, Diphtheria
Canker Meuth, and Head Ache. With each
bottle there is an ingenious nasal Injector ter
he mere siiccesslul treatment el tne com
plaint, without extra charge. Price 50 cents.
Sold by D. Heitshu, Lancaster, and M. L. Davis,
Drepperd. In this city, en the 12th inst.,
Edward, only son of Ames and Wllhclinlna
Drepperd, aged 13 years. 5 mouths and 13
The relatives and friends of the family, also
Sunday and public school children, are re
spectfully invited te attend the funeral from
the residence of the patents. Ne. 30 East Ger
man stieet, te-morrow (Sunday) afternoon at
3 o'clock ltd
Conyngham. In this city, en the 13th lust.,
The relatives and friends are respectfully in
vited te attend the funeral, from his late
residence, Ne. 20 Seuth Queen street, en Tues
day morning, at 11 o'clock. Services at the
house. Interment at All Saints' Church cem
etery, Paradlp, Lancaster county. Pa. 2td
UuEciiT. March 10, 1SS0. nt tir20 p. in., in this
city, Michael Breelit, in t lie With yearel hisage.
The relatives and friends et the family arc
respectfully invited te attend his funeral, from
his late residence, 135 Seuth Prince street, en
Sunday afternoon at '214 o'clock. Funci al ser
vice at St. Jehn's German Beiermed church,
corner of Mulberry and Orange streets. Inter,
munt at Lancaster cemetery. 2td
MOCK TUKTI.KKOUr THIS (SATIIUnAY)
evening at the Fulton Opera Heuse
'.alaen. Best of Beer en lap.
INSl'KK YOUR FKOl'EKTY IN THE BEST
20-tfeedB Office: Ne 10 West Orange St.
AVE MUST NOT FORGET THIS
Saturdav evening and Eddy Franke is
going te nave a nrst ciaw sauer ivraui mncu,
and some of Barbey's Nenpariel beer en tap.
We will all be there, Header, come tee. 230
North Prince street. It
UIKE, LIFE AND ACCIDENT.
Insurance at lowest rates. Geed and Reli
able Companies. HERB & STAUFFER.
Beat Estate & Ins. Agts., 3 N. Duke St.
HORSES FOR SALE.
Fifteen Head of First-class Western
Horses, geed worker and drivers, will be -old
at the Franklin Heuse, MONDAY, MARCH 15,
l&se. at 1 o'clock.
ml2-2td JACOB SENER, Agt.
Fine Household Furniture,
1'i.mn. Ac nt 228 East Orange street, en
N ESD AY. the 17th et MARCH. Fer Catalogue
SAM'L HESS A SON.
mll,13,1516R Ne. 10 North Queen St.
PUBLIC SALE OF HORSES.
Will be sold at the Merriinac Hetel, North
Prince street.at 1 o'clock enMONDAY AFTER
NOON, MARCH 15, 1S.S0, 10 head of horses,
among them some very line workers and
drivers. A creditor sixty days will be given.
It DANIEL LOGAN.
The LAST WEEK for
AT ITS OLD
Don't Miss the Bargains.
HIGH & MARTIN,
Ne. 8 East King Street.
145 East King Street, Lancaster, Pa.
Insurance Company of North America, PhR'a
Lycoming County Fire Ins. Ce., et Muncy, Pa.
FranklinFire Insurance Ce., Philadelphia.
Pennsylvania Fire Insurance Ce., Pliil'a.
Continental Fire Insurance Ce., New Yerk.
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 Phll'a. H-lmdR
50 dez Triple Silver Plated Table Spoons,
53 dez Triple Silver Plated Tea Spoons,
53 dez Triple Silver Plated Ferks,
53 dez Triple Silver Plated Knives.
All of these goods will be sold at a Bargain.
13 East Kins Street, Lancaster, Pa.
Will move te Ne. 20 EAST KITXQ SXBEBT,
en APRIL 1.1880.
BO WEES & HUBST,
26 EAST KING STREET.
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 asd prettiest designs in great quantity and vari
ety from a geed article in geld plate te the precious gem in costly setting.
SILVEBWABE.Articles of utility and ornament in solid silver or electro
plate, artistic in design and of various styles of finish.
MISCELLANEOUS ABTICLES tee numerous te specify, including every
thing consistent with a first-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.
B. Z. BHOADS & BRO., Jewelers,
Ne. 4 West King Street.
I1TT, SHAND & COHPABT
INVITE ATTENTION TO AN ELEGANT LINE OF."
NEW SPRING HOSIERY,
At Lewest Price. Kadics' Regular Made Balbriggan Hese,
I lese and Fancy Colored Hese.
25 dozen Embroidered Hese, at 22c. per pair, 50 dozen Fine Balbrijjgan Ho-ie, at 23c. per pair,
usually sold at 33c. per pair. Children's Hosiery a Specialty, UenttT French Super Hese. Oents'
Balbriggan Hese, Gents' Fancy Hese, at Popular Price.-'.
NEW YORK STORE,
20 & 22 EAST KING STREET.
Will Remove 1st of APRIL ta 8 & 10 EAST KING STREET.
NEW SPRING STYLES !
CARPETS AND PAPER HANGINGS,
HAGER & BROTHER'S.
Large Stock of Best Qualities of Bedy Brussels, Tapestry P.russcls, Threc-Ply Extra and
Superfine Iugraiu Carpets, and Damask, Venitian, Hall aud Stair Carpets with Borders teinalch.
LINOLEUM AM) OIL CLOTHS, ALL QUALITIES,
COCOA AND CHINA JIATTINGS.
PAPER HANGINGS !
All the Latest Spring Styles In Embossed Gilt, Plain Gilt, Satins, Grounds and Blanks,
with Dades, Frieze and Borders te mutch.
The Largest Stock we have ever etrered. Our orders were placed early for the above goods,
which we will sell at LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICE.
HAGER & BROTHER.
J. B. MARTIN & CO.
OFFER FULL LINES OF ALL GRADES OF
WALL PAPERS, IN ENTIRELY W
1SSO. SPRING 1SSO.
have entlrclv remodeled our Wall
the city, at
VERY LOW PRICES.
BRUSSELS AND INGRAIN CARPETS, QUEENSWARE, PLAIN
HOLLANDS FOR WINDOW SHADES.
3We respectfully solicit a call.
J. B. MARTIN &
WCOX & CO.'S
COR. DUKE AND VINE
The Season for Sleigha at Hand. The Latest
In the City or County of Lancaster, finely finished and handsomely ornamented. All our own
Handiwork. Our prices lower than any ether establishment in the
city ler the same quality of work. Alse,
FIRST-CLASS CARRIAGE WORK,
Of all Desl;
cms and Description
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
Everybody te advertise, free of charge,
in the Iktslliekscbr, who wants something
TT A Girl te leave the city te .Cook, Wash
and Iren for a small tamily. Reference re
quired. Address this office. 2td
A foreman in a tobacco warehouse.
Nene but experienced persons need apply. Ad
dress " A. A. A.,"
H THIS OFFICE.
Embroidered IIee, Silk Clocked
PAPER HANGINGS !
Paper Department, and offer Hie Largest Line In
Al SLEIGH IRKS.
STS., LANCASTER, PA.
& MI LEY,
Styles and the Largest Assortment et
our Motte "OUR WORK SUSTAINS OUR
Laucaster, Dee. 12,1879.
INSURE YOUR PROPERTY JLN RELIABLE
BENJ. P. SHBNK'S,
Office : 108 West King Street.
SALOON AND RESTAURANT LEASE,
With Furniture. Fixtures, Ac., for sale,
located central part of city. A profitable stand.
Apply te BAUSMAN& BURNS.
Insurance and Real Estate Agents,
mlMtdB 10 West Orange Street.
SATURDAY EVE'G, MARCH 13, 1880.
Washington, March 13. Fer the Mid
dle Atlantic States cloudy weather, with
saew and rain,northeast te southeast winds,
stationary or higher temperature, and fall
FIRE IN NEW YORK.
Twe Business Houses Destroyed.
New Yerk, March 13. Fire broke out
this morning in the three-story brick build
ing Ne. 643 Eighth avenue, occupied as a
dry goods house by Stephen McPartlaud.
and spread te Ne. 641, occupied by
Themas Andersen, tea dealer. McKirt-
land's less is 638,000, and Andersen's $24,
000 ; all insured.
Before the firemen arrived the flames had
cempletly gutted the building. Mr. Mc
Partland had just laid in a heavy stock for
the spring trade and the shelves were filled
with inflammable material, en which the
Themas Andersen's tea warehouse, cer
ner of 41st street, and next deer te the
burning buildings, was saved from destruc
tion by the firemen, and from inundation
by holes being cut in the fleer. Only the
upper stairs were badly damaged.
Mr. Andersen states that his less could
net exceed $1,300 at the most. The less
en the building will probably reach $ 1,000.
The stock and the building were fully in
sured. Mr. McPartlaud estimates his less at
300,000, while it may reach $70,000. His
total insurance is $33,000.distiibutcd amerg
a number of companies Building Ne. t4:.
Eighth avenue, occupied by him, is
the prepperty of a gentleman named
Kice, who lives in Frankfort-en-Rliiuc.
It is badly wrecked and can hardly be re
paired for 88,000. The stock is a total
There was in the building no heater or
fire of any sort except three gas jets burn
ing in the show window en the Eighth
The Diktlnguislied Tramps at San Francisce.
San Francisce, Cal., March 13. At 10
p. ni. O'Leary had made 437 and Westen
Hetel Proprietor Arrested.
P. F. Bensen, one of the proprietors of
the Grand Central hotel at Oakland, and a
porter of the same hotel were arrested to
day en a charge of stealing valuables of
guests during the fire which destroyed the
building en Tuesday last. It has been
shown that the fire was incendiary and
plunder a part of the pregramme
The Mentana en Hi i,ucks oil Hely Head.
Liverpool, March 13. The Guien line
steamer Mentana from New Yerk is en
the rocks near Hely Head. The passen
gers and crew have all been saved, but
there is net much prospect of saving the
vessel. The passengers will he brought
here in a tug.
CRIME OR CASUALTY?
Norwich N. Y., March 13. The man
sion of Mrs. David Grilling, a wealthy
widow, was totally destroyed by fire early
this morning. Mrs. Griding was after
wards found in the ruins dead. The cause
of the fire ii unknown, but it is said she
made her will yesterday.
Wants a New Trial.
Newark, N. J., March 13. Judge Depue
has granted a rule te show cause why a new
trial should net be granted te Frank
Lammins, who was convicted of the mur
der of Jehn Mcierhafler in West Orange
last October, en the ground that new evi
dence has been discovered. Testimony
will be taken next Saturday.
Little Reck, Ark., March 13. The Re
publican state central committee has call
ed the state convention at Little Reck
April 28, te nominate presidential electors
aud te select delegates te the Chicago con
Philadelphia, March 13. Fleur dull and
steady ; superfine IOO'j!4 50: extra $." ix5 50 ;
Ohie and Indiana faniilv $J r,07 00 ; Penn'a
tamily f( 23fti 75 ; St. LeuN family $ 7572"i ;
Minnesota family $(j QJQti 75 ; patent and high
nide t7 2508 Si.
Rye flour $5 00.
Cornmeal IJrandywlne unchanged.
Wheat streng: Ne. 2 Western Red $145V
I IS ; Penn'a de $1 -IG ; Amber $1 47.
Cern firmer; steamer 5Ie; yellow SSJ-JgOCc ;
Oats firm; Ne. 1 4949Cc; Ne. 2 4848Jc:
Ne. 2 mixed 4Uc.
Rye steady ; Western 0102c : Pa. 90ffi92c.
Seeds quiet ; geed te prime clevci seed $7007$
7 75; de timothy $J153 25; de flaxseed
il N)l 90.
Previsions dull; miss perk $12 75 13 ; beet
Jiams$175018 00; India iiicms beet rJJOO; P.a P.a
een smoked shoulders 55tc; halt de 4,
c : smoked hams 9M10c ; pickled hums
Larci quiet; city kettle 7c; loose butcher'
7c ; prime steam 7Jc.
Rutter lirm with geed trade ; creamery extra
UflSRc ; lirauferd county aud New Yerk extra
2729e; Western reserve extra at 2729c ;
dogeod te choice 212tJc: rolls firm and scarce ;
Penn'a extra '22&23c; western reserve extra
Kggs steady; Penn'a 13c; Western 12k
Cheese steady; N. Y. factory l"414Jc;
western full cream 1414'c ; de ler geed lS&iB
13J ; de halt-skims 1213c.
Petroleum dull ; Refined 7c.
Whlskv at $110.
New Yerk Marker.
New Yerk. March 13. Fleur-fttate and West
ern shade stronger and moderate expert home
trade demand : superfine state $4 805 30; ex
tra de $5 4u550 ; choice le 5 55U; lancy de
$G10750; round hoop Ohie $5 754jG0O: choice
de $tJ 107 50; superfine western $4 805 30;
common te geed extra de $5 405 65 ; choice
dodo$5 708 00; choice white wheat de$5 85
B 50; Southern quiet; common te fair extra
$5 75C 30: geed te choice ile$S 407 75.
Wheat Spring quiet and firm; Winter J
lc better anil quiet: Ne. 1 While April $1 45'k;
de May $142K; Ne. 2 Red, April $1 48k;l 49 ;
de 3Iay $1 45fel 46.
Cern ii&f better and quiet ; Mixed West
ern spot .WiGlc"; de luture 53k&5!c.
Oats about steady, Including Ne. 2 for April
45" Slate 4751e; Western 47?j50c.
Philadklphia, Mar. 13.
12:30 f. x.
Penna 6's (third issue) 106VJ
Philadelphia St. Erie 17
Lehigh Valley. 52
United Ces. et N. J 160
Northern Pacific 33
" Preterred 5&4
Northern -m'v.,1 -jug
Leiugi Navigation 36j
Central transportation Ce. 47
Pitts., Titu vine ft .Buffalo. 19
Little SchuylkUL 53
New Xekk, Mar. 13.
N. Y. Central 131K
Michigan Central 01
Miphlin Southern 1084
Illinois Central 10-2
Clev. mndft Pl.ubu.Kh 11H
Chicago A Beck Island. 152
Pittsburgh A Fert Wayne.. 117
Western Union Tel. Ce HI
Teledo & Wabash... 13
fcew Jersev Central 862
United States Bends and Sterling Exchange.
(Quotations by B. K. Jamisen ft Ce., S. W.
Cor. 3d and Chestnut Streets).
Philadelphia. Mr l.l
United States 6"s, 1831,;(reBMered)..ia-Wie(Wi
United States 5-s, 1SS1. (registered). .iretSeiOS1??
United States Currency ti's
TMPORTEp AND DOMESTIC
and all kinds et Groceries verv cheap at
P. GIN DER'S STORE.
355 East King street.
Marcus Want's English and Prang's
L. M. FLYNN'S
BOOK AXD STATIONERY STORE.
Ne. 42 WEST KING STREET.
On SATURDAY, MARCH 20. 1SJ0. will b
sold at public alc, at the public liense of .luceb
l.ehr. in the village of Millersville. Lancaster
county. Pa., the following, te it : 11 Bedstead
and Hedding, Bureau, Cupboards, 3 dozen
I'liuirs, 1 deen Ilar-roeni Chairs, 3 Steves, 1
Parler, 1 Uar-remn and 1 Grange Rocking chair.
Extension Table. 3 ether Tables, Bar Fixing-,
.Mirrors, Blinds, 2 Weed Chests. 8 Demijohns,
Barrels and Kess. KM Yards of Carpets. Wash
stands, Pitchers and Bowls, Knives ami Ferks.
Siieats, Lurd. Hams and Snu-ngu by the
pound, let of Chickens by the nalr. Ceal Oil
Lamps, Queensuare, Glassware, Crockery,
Tubs, Stands, Pets, Pan-", ami a large let of
ether articles tee numerous te mention.
Sa'e te commence at 1 o'clock p. m. et said
d.iy. when attendance will be given gnd condi
tions of sale made known by
Sam'l Hess & Ses, Ancts. mlJ-Otd
Pilcter Voipeo Aselectlonefproseand verse
uaatCi V UiWj. for the season, in unique form.
li!ict(ir TrTTOTl A collection of Poetry, beau-
ami Beautilul Rinding.
EaSter CardS. .v'Ss. appropriate and
Devotional Beeks. AMRSSSSSSER
prime te me season.
AT THE BOOK STORE OP
J0I BAER'S SOIS,
15 and 17 NORTH QlffiEN STREET,
PUItLIC SAXK OF HOUSE FURNITURE.
On THURSDAY, MARCH 18, 1SH0 will be
sold at public sale at 41 West King street.
Lancaster city. Pa., the following personal
property, te wit : Bedsteads, lounges, inut
tresses, s-ttes,a mahogany marble-topped wine
closet, tables, chairs, rocking chairs, two wal
nut tables, cupboard, water eoeler, clothes
racks, one new clothes wringer, scales, guttu
pereha soap dishes and an immense let of
queens and glassware, some that has never
been in use and some very old relics. A very
tine glass ease of asserted stuffed squirrels, 30
in number, and all efdiffereut varieties. Stene
and earthenware, also about 20 deinljelius.laril
stands.eheppering machine, lard press, bottles,
hand satchels, larire let of pictures, looking
glasses, Kritauiiia ware, a very line cigar ease
ler en a bar, about loe yards of carpets, rugs,
oilcloth as geed us new, Ssetset harness, 3
horse blankets. 1 new barrel copper kettle, of
the old style, glass candlesticks, a large let of
window sashes, doers, sbutters.liat racks, win
dow Minds aud shades, bird cuges, tin boilers,
3 hand saws and ether carpenter tools, let of
baskets, slippers, let of maps, reflectors, lan
terns, cradle.largc clothes baskcts.candclabrus,
clocks, let of springs, mahogany draw bed. 5
casters, teaspoons, knives "and forks, chop
blocks, 4 years of Harper's Mnuazine, 2 years
et Atlantic Menthlji. 1 year of Galaxy, ceiil aud
weed stoves, barrels. tubs, stands and In short
a large number of articles net mentioned.
Sale te commence at a o'clock a. m., when
attendance will be given and conditions made
WM. J. COOPER.
Sam'l. Hess & Sew, Anet marl.'Mtd
Tie Game of 15 Easily Solved.
Yeu have only te buy a few pounds of enr
Excellent RIO, JAVA or MOCHA COFFEE,
and you will have no trouble.
Tiie people ask why is it that BURSK
always I.a- such fcoed
IT IS EASILY EXPLAINED.
We buy Geed Coffees and always have them
That is the reason why. Just received another
let of Fresh Rie, which we will have Fresh
Roasted e verv da v, and will sell It at 25 centn
per pound. Try h.
Fancy Busine-s Cards with each pound, a
Prang Chrnme with 2 pounds.
FINE BUSINESS CARDS FOR SALE AT
D. S. BURSK'S,
Ne. 17 EAST KING STREET.
AN EVENING OF SONG.
The world-renowned Singer,
will give one et his inimitable evenings of
song, assisted by his son, in the First M. E.
Church, North Duke Street, en
Thursday Evening, March 18, 1880,
Commencing at 8 o'clock. Tickets, 35 cents!
Children, 25 cents. ml3&18d
T7ULTON OPERA HOUSE.
TemmvMack, ... Maxaeie.
MONDAY EVENING, MARCH 1S,1SS0.
Temmy Mack's Minstrels.
20 PERFORMERS. 20
neaded by the Great and Only
3 BIG 3
McSerley, Turner and Mack, the Famous Seng
and Dance Team and Grotesque Ethiopian
of New Yerk, will make his first appearance
here en this occasion. A Large Number of Old
Faveiites will appearand the PIE EATING
MATCH and CHAMPION CLOG DANCE will
certainly come off.
General Admission, 25 cents. Reserved
seats 35 cents. m!3-2td
FRIDAY EVEG, MARCH 19, 1880.
MR. JOHN D. MISHLER assures the citizens
of Lancaster that he has arranged for presen
tation at the Opera Heuse the most brilliant
Comedy he fins ever produced, Augustin
Daly's Latest Success, entitled
AN ARABIAN NIGHT,
MB. E. F. THOENE,
MISS CARLOTTA EVELYN,
and a Company et New Yerk Favorites, capa
ble of doing lull and complete justice te the re
markable Comedy. It is laughable in concep
tion, pointed ami witty in dialogue, and rich
in costume. I can net tee highly endorse the
entire company and play.
ADMISSION, - - 25, 50 & 75 Cts.
RESERVED SEATS, ... 75 Cts.
Diagram at Opera Heuse Office. ml3-3td
INSTATE OF WILLIAM 51. WHITESIDE,
!i late et the City of Lancaster, deceased.
Letters et administration en said estate hav
ing been granted te the undersigned, ull per
sons indebted te said decedent are requested
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 Duka
treet, or UXU.Y H. WHITESIDE,
'' ic-.u. iicuisiervHiiu.fti ii)7r
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