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LANCASTER DAILY INTELUGENCER, WEDNESDAY. MAECH 24. 1880.
As there seems te be some misconcep
tion regarding the ordinance which pro
hibits the erection of wooden buildings in
certain specified limits of the city we re
publish the second section of the ordi
Sec. 2. That from and after the
passage of this ordinance it shall
net be lawful for any person, or
persons, te erect, construct, enlarge,
or remove from one place te another, or
cause te be erected, constructed, enlarged
or se rcmeved.any wooden or frame build
ing within the block or area of the city of
Lancaster, limited as fellows : Commenc
ing at the corner of Mulberry and Walnut
street, thence out Walnut street te the
New Helland turnpike read, along said
turnpike te Shippen, up Shippen te East
King street, up East King te Church
street, down Church te German
street, down German te Water
street, up Water te Vine street, up Vine
te Mulberry street and thence northward
along Mulberry street te the place et De
ginning ; Provided, that a privy, or other
wise necessary house, no larger than ten
feet square and nine feet high may be
Seme persons construe the words "other
wise necessary house" te give them war
rant for erecting a tcn-feet-square build
ing te be used for any purpose they may
deem necessary. The mayor holds that
the words ''necessary house" ara only
another name for " privy," and that no
wooden building can be lawfully erected
within the prescribed limits, te be used for
any ether purpose ; and that the ordinance
as thus construed shall be strictly en
forced. LANCASTER CLASSIS.
St. Luke's Chapel Pasteral Relation Un
solved. Lancaster classis of the Reformed
church met in St. Luke's chapel, this city,
this morning te consider the question of
dissolving the pastoral relation between
Rev. .1. F. Wiant and St. Luke's Reformed
chapel, and te dismiss Rev. J. F.
Wiant te Clarien classis, Pittsburgh
synod. After due consideration of
the matter the pastoral relation was dis
solved and Rev. Wiant dismissed. His
resignation as treasurer of Lancaste1'
classis was tendered and accepted, and
Rev. J. II. Dubbs, D. D., appointed treas
urer for the unexpired term.
At a meeting of the congregation of St.
Luke's held a few day age, Rev. W. F.
Liehlitcr, of Virgiuia, was elected te the
pastorate and it is probable he will accept.
Strike at Safe Harber.
The puddlcrs at Safe Harber iron works
struck yesterday for an increase of wages.
The works arc new closed and about 150
men arc thrown out of employment. We
have net learned the amount of increase
demanded by the puddlcrs, but it is assert
ed by them that the pig iron at the mills
is of such a character that they cannot
turn out mere than 2,G00 and 2,800 pounds
of iron at a run, whereas they ought te be
able te turn out 4,000 or 4,500 pounds.
It is te be hoped the difficulty between
the proprietors and the workmen may be
seen adjusted and that Safe Harber may
nec be allowed te fall back into the almost
stagnant condition in which it has lain
for se many years.
Where an Improvement Might be Made.
Thore is ene passenger train en the
Reading railroad which runs between this
city and the Junction, en which there is a
great deal of travel, and its arrangements
are certainiy very inconvenient te the peo pee peo
ple of Lancaster. It leaves the outer
depot, which is at least a mile from the
centre of the city, shortly before 1 o'clock
ia the afternoon, and returning it arrives
at the same depot at 2 o'eleck. It steps
thore instead of running en down te the
King street depot, which it might de as
easily as net. All ether trains en this
read run down town and if the railroad
company could be pursuaded te de the
same with tliis ene it would be a great
convenience te the traveling public.
Ex-Street Commissioner Charles Schwc
bcl desires us te say he is net the man who
was one of the petitioners in the Seventh
ward contested election case, and that his
rote was net declared illegal by the court.
On the contrary he is a legal voter and was
opposed te contesting Constable Mcrring
cr's election. It was his son Charles W.
Schwcbcl who was the petitioner and who
acted against the advice of his father in
Faying the Costs.
The county treasurer has been paying
the commissioners, constables and wit.
ncsscs their fees in the late contested elec
tion for constable of the Seventh ward,
and about two-thirds of the costs taxed
have been already paid. The only gratify
ing feature in the case is that the costs are
much less tha'n they were supposed te be.
It is believed new that they will net ex
International Meney Orders.
The xchange of international money
orders between the United States and
France and Algeria, will commence en the
1st of April, 1880.
Lancaster city posteflice has been desig
nated by the postmaster general as a
French international money order office, te
cemmence business en that date.
The funeral of Charles E. Pewden, who
died en Monday, took place this afternoon.
Inland City ledge, Ne. 88, and Inland City
Division, Uniform Rank, Knights of
Pythias, of which deceased was a member,
attendedheaded by Clcmmens's City band.
The interment was made at Woodward
Mrs. Elizabeth Stycr, wife of Jonathan
Styer, of Seuth Water street, slipped en
Seuth Prince street this morning, while en
her way home from market, and, falling,
broke her right arm in two places. Dr.
Yeagley attended her. A piece of orange
peel caused the accident.
Drunk and Disorderly.
Ellen Stewart, colored, of Middle street,
was arrested last night for being drunk
and disorderly, by Officer Mcrringer, and
was held in bail for a hearing before Al
derman Dennelly of the Seventh ward.
Geed Sale r Tobacco.
Abraham, Miller of Providence township,
sold J acre of tobacco te Bamberger & Ce.
for 23, 8 and 5, amounting te ever $300.
In court yesterday the exceptions te the
auditor's report in the estate of Lizzie Mul
len, dcMued, wera argued.
SABBATH SCHOOL CONVENTION.
Invitation te State Sabbath Scheel Execu
Pursuant te a call issued, delegates
from about a dozen Sabbath schools of
this city, numbering forty or fifty persons,
met in the rooms of the Y. M. C. A. last
evening. Several schools were net repre
sented, but word was sent by them that
they would co-operate in any action taken
by the meeting.
After an interchange of views it was
unanimously voted te extend an invitation
te the executive committee of the state
Sabbath school association te held their
next state Sabbath school convention in
this city, some time during the coming
It was also resolved that a committee of
five, of which Harry C. Moere shall be
chairman, be appointed, te be known
as the entertainment committee, with
authority te appoint sub-committees in the
several churches of the city.
A Destitute Family.
Mrs. Baxter, residing at the corner of
Rockland and Middle streets, is in a rery
destitute condition. She has been confined
and there is scarcely anything in the house.
Complaint was made befere Alderman
Dennelly, of the Seventh ward, and it is
hoped that the directors of the peer will
take charge of this woman, whose hus
band is net at home.
The Scheel Beard.
A special meeting of the Lancaster city
school beard will be held te-morrow even
in: at 7 o'clock.
A nandieine Stere.
Among tlie business men who hare changed
their location recently, none have bettered
themselves mere or made their store room
mere attractive than Pharea W. Fry, dealer in
p-ipcr hangings, window shades, Ac. Befere
moving into his new store, Ne. 57 North Queen
street, he had It newly painted and papered,
and elegantly fitted with ca-es and shelving
especially adapted te his trade; and te hi
large stock or goods he added lull line of the
many new and costly styles of wall decora
tions anil window curtaining that have re
cently come in vogue, Including cornices, cor
nice poles aad fixtures et new and improved
design. A novelty lately introduced is an ex
tension cornice, easily put up ami taken down
and adjustable te windows of any width. A new
feature added te Mr. Fry's trade is a line as
sortment of plate gla-.s mantel and pier mir
rors, in beautiful frames. His store is ene of
the most beautiful in the city, and Mr. Fry is
one et the most popular and obliging of store
keepers. The Human Detty.
Te-morrow evening Dr. C. A. Greene will
deliver in the opera houe the lirst of a scries
of lectures en physiological subjects. The re
cent prosecution of Dr. Greene, at the instance
of the Lancaster medical society, has created
in thu public mind a desire te see and hear
what manner of man the doctor Is. The wit
nesses against him were nearly all doctors and
they bluntly nceused him et quackery ami
charlatanism. When Dr. Greene produced his
diploma, granted by Pitts Held, Mass., college,
soineef the medical gentlemen hiited tnat it
was bogus anil ethers said they had never
heard of the collece from which it is purported
te hare been issued. The existence et the col
lege and the genuineness of Dr. Greene's di
ploma can be easily established. Even since
Dr. Greene's prosecution, it litis been ascer
tained that Dr. Eckcrt, of this county, gradu
ated at Pittsfield college in 1KT5 ; that the dis
tinguished writer Dr. J. G. Helland graduated
there In 1842, that Gov.Gcerge ISriggs, of Mas.,
was one of the trustees, "nil that Dr. Oliver
Wendell Helmes was granted by the college
an honorary degree. As the Lancaster doctors
have taken liberties with Dr. Greene's geed
name, he will probably "make it pleasant for
them" in his lectures.
"Hamlet" Te-night. Our readers should
bear In mind the treat that is offered them in
the appearance at Fulton opera house this
evening of the distinguished actor, Lawrence
Barrett, in Shakspearc's tragedy of "Hamlet."
It has been a rare privilege that has favored
the people of Lancaster in the opportunity ac
corded them of seeing In a single season three
such eminent Shakspearefin artists as Miss
Jf -ilsen, Miss Andersen and Mr. Barrett, and
in tile fitness of things it Is te be hoped that
the latter will receive a welceme similar te
that which greeted the first two named.
An Editor in Luck.
St. Jacob's Oil cures Khcumatlsm : et this I
am convinced. Fer two years. I stiflcrcd with
Rheumatism in my left shoulder and right
arm, and last fall I was incapable of attending
te my duties, and lay many a night unable te
sleep en account of terrible pains. A few
weeks age a severe attack of this trouble
struck me, and this time I concluded te try St.
Jacoh's Oil, I must acknowledge, with but
little continence in its merits. I freely confess
that the result has completely astonlshed me.
The first application relieved the pain very
materially, and the continued use of only two
bottles has completely cured me et this
chronic evil, and that, after the most eminent
physicians and their prescriptions hail been of
no avail. I therefore consider it a duty te pub
lish the above for the benefit et all sufferers
with Rheumatism and kindred complaints.
G. A. Hkilmah,
Editor Republican, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Bright teeth, and lips tnat glow the while.
Give light and color te a smile ;
And, infinitely mere than this,
Give light and roler te a kiss.
But both must suffer from the want
Of the life-giving SOZOlJON r.
Public Sale of Trimmings, Ac.
Public Sale of Furniture.
Geed Girl Wanted.
E37Fer further details m
What Alls Yen ?
Is it a disordered liver giving you a yellow
skin or costive bowels, which have resulted in
distressing Piles or de your kidneys refuse
perform their functions? If se your system
will seen be clogged with poisons. Take a few
doses of Kidney-Wert and you'll feel like a
new man nature will threw off every Impedi
ment and each organ will be ready for duty.
Statistics prove that twenty-hve per cent,
of the deaths in our larger cities are caused by
consumption, and when we reflect that tlds
terrible disease in its worst stage will yield te
a bottle of Loeher's Renowned Cough Syrup,
shall we condemn the sufferers ter'thetr neg
ligence, or pity them for their ignorance?
Pure Spices at Loeher's Drug Stere.
Mothers! Mothers!! Mothers.'!:
Arc you disturbed at night and broken et
your rest by a sick child suffering and crying
with the excruciating pain of cutting teeth?
It se, go at once and geta bottle of MUS. WINS
LOW'S SOOTHING SYRUP. Itwill relieve the
peer little sufferer Immediately depend upon
It; there is no mistake about it. There Is net a
mother en earth who has ever used it, who will
net tell you at once that it will regulate the
bowels, and give rest te the mother, and relief
and health te the child, operating like magic.
It is perfectly safe te use in all cases, and pleas
ant te the taste, and is the prescription of one
of the eldest and best female physicians and
nurses In the United States. Sold everywhere
25 cents a bottle. jl7-lyd&wM.WA;S
Try Loeher's Cough syrup.
That are always wetting their beds ought
net te be scolded and punished for what they
cannot help. They need a mcdlclne having a
tonic effect en the kidneys and urinary
organs. Such a medicine Is Kidney- Wert. It
has specific action. De net fail te try it for
t3We invite examination
GIVLEE, BOWEES, &
2S East King Street,
A Geed Housewife.
The geed housewife, when she is giving her
house its spring renovating, should bear in
mind that the dear inmates of her house are
mere precious than many houses, and that
their systems need cleansing by purifying the
bleed, regulating the stomach and bowels te
prevent and cure the diseases arising from
spring malaria and miasma, and she must
knew that there is nothing that will de it se
perfectly and sural y as Hep Bitters, the purest
and best of medicines. See ether cel umn.
Use Loeher's Iloree ami Cattle Powders.
"Is there a man with soul se dead," who
hath suffered the miseries of a cough or cold,
yet neglected te try "Sellers' Cough Syrup?'
Frem Hfin. Andrew Cornwall,
Ex-Membeii, or Legislature, New Yekk State.
ALEXA3DHIA. Bat, Jan. 3, 1880.
II. II. Warner fc Ce. .-
Gehts: I have been troubled with kidney
difficulty for the last three years, and in Octo
ber last hail a very severe attack. I then com
menced taking your Sate Kidney and Liver
Cure and obtained relief at once. I have used
two bottles and feel as well as ever, and I shall
always keep a supply of Warner's Safe Kidney
and Liver Cure in the house.
A Kavekablb .a oteuietv. The geed reputa
tion of "Brown's Jlrenchial Troches" for the
relief of Coughs, Colds and Threat Diseases
has riven them a favorable notoriety.
Try Loeher's Cough Syrup.
"Female complaints" are the result of im
pure bleed. Use " Dr. Lindsey's Bleed
"Mamma. It Is time te take that medicine."
The medicine referred te was Dr. Browning's
C. A C. Cordial. With Its wonderful healing
properties it is pleasant te the taste, and chil
dren learn te love it. What is mere de.irable
when aehild is sick than te have it take medi
cine ; and where, in many cases, will you find
mere trouble. Children are very susceptible
te coughs and colds, and Dr. Browning's C. A
C. Cordial will de mere geed quickly and
thoroughly than any medicine known. Manu
factured and for sale by tlie proprietor at 1117
Arch street, Philadelphia, and sold by all
druggists. Price only 50e.
Difficulty of Obtaining Pert Wine.
The dilBeully of obtaining a pure Pert Wine
for sickness is one great eause why physicians
refuse te prescribe it where they knew it
would benefit their patient, becau.se they fear
that some poi-euous mixture will be given
them Instead of Pert Wine, and the Injury be
irreparable. California wines are being terri
bly mixed and adulterated with alcohol and
water and ether ipgredicut-t te make it cheap,
se as te bring a greater profit from the sales.
The most excellent and finest Pert Wine is
made in New Jersey, from the Oporto Grape,
by Alfred Speer, and has become the most re
liable wine for Hospital and Communion pur
poses. .This wine has been thoroughly analysed,
and is pronounced by chemists te be the pure
juice of the grape, and te contain the most val
uable medicinal properties. It is sold by drug
gists, who purchase direct from Mr. Speer's
Vineyards in New Jersey. Evening Pest.
The above wine has become in great demand
in New Yerk and Brooklyn for Communion
and Hospital u-e. This wine is endorsed by
Drs. Alice and Davis and sold by II. E. Slay
maker. A Mether's diet.
The pride of a mother, the life and joy of a
home, n re 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
Cough, which lead te Consumption, if you de
net attend te it at once. Shiloh's Consump
tion Cure is guaranteed te cure them. Price 10
cents, 50 cents and il. Fer lame Back, Side,
or Chest, use Shiloh's Pereus Plaster. Price
25 cents. Sold bv D. Hcitshu, Lancaster, and
M. L. Davis, Millersville.
The Best I Ever Knew Or. .
J. G. Starkey, a prominent and influential
citizen of Iowa City, says: "I have had the
Dyspepsia, and Liver Complaint for several
years, anil have used every Remedy 1 could
near of, without any relief whatever, until I
saw your Shiloh's Vitalize! 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 I), llcitshu, Lancaster, and
M. L. Davis, Millersvi lie.
Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy.
A marvelous Cure for Catarrh, Diphtheria
Canker Meuth, and Head Ache. With each
bottle there is an ingenious nasal Injector for
he mere successful treatment et tne com
plaint, without extra charge. Price 50 cents.
Sold by D. Hcitshu, Lancaster, and M. L. Davis,
Millersville. s-tt'-eoirDiteew W
Fex LCtz. On the 23d of March, IS), at the
residence of Mr. Jehn A Bailsman, insurance
agent, Ne. 22!) West Lemen street, by Rev. Dr.
Shumakcr, Mr. Geerge Fex. of Hummelstown,
Pa., te Miss Ellen Lulz, of Lancaster city, Pa.
Stauffeu. At Lancaster, March 22d, Jacob
Stauller. In the 72d year of his age.
Relatives and .friends of the family are
respectfully Invited te attend the funeral at 2
o'clock en Thursday afternoon, the 25th. Fun
eral services at the Presbyterian church Inter
ment at Lancaster cemetery. 2t
Clakk. In Vim-land, New Jersey, March 21,
Elizabeth J., widow of the late Jehn W. Clark,
of Marietta, Pa.
RKSSMAK1NG AND PLAIN dEWIMU
Wanted. Apply at,
Ne. 353 West James Street.
DK. 8. IS. FOUKMAS,
(PHYMCIAN AND SURGEON),
Removed from Ne. 18 Seuth Prince street te
Ne. 211 West King street, Lancaster, Pa.
Four Acres of Geed Land with a Frame
Heuse and Geed Barn, situated en the Harris
burg pike, within the city limits. Inquire of
m24-lwd Ne. 6 Court Avenue.
PUBLIC SALE OF TRIMMINGS AND
NOTIONS. Will be sold at Myers's Trim
ming Stere, Ne. lji; North Queen street, at 7
o'clock this evening, a let of Trimmings and
Notion. Alse, an iron Frame and Awning.
"CUIUS, LIFE AND ACCIDENT.
Insurance at lowest rates. Geed and Reli
able Companies. HERR & STAUFFER,
Reat Estate & Ins. Agts., 3 N. Duke St.
INSURE VOCK PROPERTY IN THE BEST
BAUSMAN A BURNS .
29-tfeedR Office: Ne 10 West Orange St.
UBL1C SALE OF HOUSEHOLD AND
Kitchen Furniture, en WEDNES
DAY, MARCH 31, at Ne. 336 North Duke street.
Sale te commence at 1 o'clock p.m. Fer par
ticulars apply te
ur24-7td HENRY SHUBERT, Auct.
PROPOSALS FOR COLLECTION OF TAX.
Scaled proposals for the collection of State
and County Tax of the East and West Sections
of the City of Lancaster, Pa., ler 1880, will be
received at the County Coinmisieners' Office
en MON DAY', MARCH 23, 1890. till 4 o'clock p.
m., the Commissioners reserving tha right te
reject any or all bids.
By order of the Commissioners.
m20,24,37d Attest-I. N. S. WILLI, Clerk.
WE NOW OFFER
A COMPLETE RENEWAL
IX OUR STOCK OF
NEW GOOD-5-BOUGIIT FOR CASH MADE UP BEFORE THE ADVANCE AND OFFER
ED TO THE PUBLIC AT PRICES FROM
25 te 30 per cent.
LESS THAN PRESENT COST OF MANUFACTURE PREPARED BY
A. C. YATES & CO.
THE LEADING AND POPULAR CLOTHIERS OF PHILADELPHIA, FOR THE
18S0 SPRING AND SUMMER. -1880
FOR THE BEST AND CHEAPEST CLOTHING CALL AT THE
Ledger Building, Chestnut and Sixth Streets.
;THE FINEST CLOTHING HOUSE IN AMERICA.
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.
SILVERWARE. Articles 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 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.
H. Z. RHOADS & BRO., Jewelers,
Ne. 4 West King Street.
A M USE31ENTS
TjUJLTON OPERA HOUSE.
MR. B. TECKER takes pleasure in an
nouncing te the public of Lancaster and vicin
ity, t tint he bus arranged with the MEKCII
BROS, for the appearance here for ONE
NIGHT ONLY el the Distinguished Acter,
.1 JJ1XII lliJIIUJJ JUJAXIXtXJX A !
lYEDXESDlY, MARCH 24, 18S0,
In Shakspearc's Masterpiece, entitled
MR. BARRETT as HAMLET, Prince omen
mark, supported by his own Superb Company.
POPULAR PRICES :
ADMISSION, - - 35, 50 & 75 Cts.
RESERVED SEATS, - - - 75 Cts.
?eals can be secured at the Opera Heuse
Olliee, by mail or telegraph, en and alter
March 18. mI7-lwd
FRIDAY EVENING, MARCH 2(5.
MR. JOHN D. MISHLER 1ms the honor te
announce one et the most brilliant entertain
ments he has erer presented in the appearance
Banker's Daughter Combination,
Under the auspices of A. M. Palmer, Union
Square Theatre, Breauway and Hth sUeet,
J.W.COLLIER. - - - MxiTAGJ-it.
The Phenomenal Success of the Season,
A plavcd at the Union Square Theatre, X. Y..
140 CensecufiTC Nights, and has also received
the most flattering tokens of approval every
Positive appearanceef Mr. Leuis James. Miss
Marie Wainwright, Mr. and Mrs. Chas Wulcet,
Mrs. Farren, Hareld Forsberg, and
A SUPERIOR COMPANY.
This Company will bring all its Elegant
Scenery. Notwithstanding the great expen.e
attending this ngageiuciit, no advance will
be made in prices.
ADMISSION. - - 35, 50 A 75 ts.
Bex Sheet new een at Tecker's. in 2i-5td
Everybody te advertise, free of charge,
in tha Imtj-lliukrcxu, who wants senmthing
TT A girl te de general liouscwerl: in a
small family, te go te Philadelphia. Apply at
Ne. 41 Seuth Prince street before 12 o'clock to
A geed girl that has some knowledge et
restaurant cooking. Apply at 2G East. King
street. UEO. 11. MILLER,
Families of Jean, Doeskin and Cotton Cetton Cotten
ade Weavers. Wages paid in cash every week.
New looms just starting. Address
Adams and Pine Sis., Frankford, Phila.
The efllce of The Lancaster Gas Light
and Fuel Company, has been removed te
Ne. 7, North Queen street, Examiner and Ex
press building. in20-4t122,24,27
The Ceal Office of II. Baumgardncr & Ce.
has been removed te
Ne, 7 NORTH QUEEN STREET,
m20-4td-22,24&27 (Examiner Building).
"lOAL! COAL!! COAL!!!
RUSSEL. & SHULMYER
Will remove their Ceal Office, 15 EAST KING
STREET, te Ne. 22 EAST KING STREET, new
the New Yerk Stere, en or before APRIL 1,
where they will glad t im their old custo custe
FOR PURE CALIFORNIA AVINES, BRAN
DIES, Pure Rye Whiskies and Geed Beer,
go te GEORGE WALL'S Southern Exchange
Hetel, Ne. 325 Seuth Queen street. Oysters,
stewed, panned, tried, Ac, as desired.
IR. JAME-i C. IRVIN, OF LANCASTER
ItJL county. Pa., has this day ceased te act as
our agent. We will therefore net be responsi
ble for any transactions entered into by him
for our account.
EMANUEL HOFFMAN & SON,
149 Water Street, New Yerk,
Packers of Leaf Tobacco.
Kaxch 19, 1830. m20-lwd
GyWe invite examination.
INSTATE OF ANNA 31. WEIDLEK,
li late et the City of Lancaster, deceased.
Letters et administration en aid estate hav
ing been granted te the undersigned, all per
sons Indebted te said decedent are requested
te make immediate settlement, and these hav
ing claims or demands against the same, will
present them without delay for settlement te
the uudetsigded, residing in Lancaster City.
MRS. E. E. PATTERSON,
J. W. F. Swirr. Administratrix.
J7ISTATE OF K1LLIAN BECK, LATE OF
J the City of Lanca-der, deceased. Letters
testamentary en said estate having been
granted te the undersigned, all persons in
debted te said di-cedent are requested te make
immediate settlement.and these having claims
or demands airainst the estate of said decedent
te make known the same te the undersigned
without delay, re.iding in the City of Lancas
ter. ANDREW S.HRKINER,
INSTATE OF W3L J. BARKLEY, LATE
Zi ofCelcrniu township, Lancaster county.
Pa-, deceased. Letters of administration en
said estate having been granted te the
undersigned, all persons indebted thereto are
requested te make i-muediaH: payment, and
these having claims or demands against the
same will present tlii'in without delay for set
tlement te the undersigned, residing in Cole Cele
rain township. JOHN W. PHILLIPS,
James M. Walkek, Att'y. feblWitw
ESTATE OF JOHN HOUNER, LATE OF
the borough of Elizabethtewri. deceased.
Letters of administration en said estate having
been granted te the undersigned, all persons
indebted thereto are requested te make imme
diate payment, ami these having claims or de
mands against the same, will present them
without delay ter settlement te the undersign
ed, residing in xaid borough.
JOSEPH B. DOHNER,
TESTATE OF CHRISTIAN ERIf, LATE OF
JCj East Lampetertnwnsliip, Lancaster coun
ty, deceased. Letters testamentary en the
will el said deceased having been granted te
tile undersigned all persons indebted te said
decedent are requested te make immediate
payment, and these having claims or demands
against his estate will make the same known
without delay te
DANIEL L. ERB, Executer,
m3-Gtw Soudersburg, East Lampeter.
STATE OF DAVID FISHER, LATE OF
I Manheim Borough, deceased. Letters of
administration en said estate naving been
granted te the undersigned, all persons In
iiebted thereto are requested te make immedi
ate payment, and these having claims or de
mands against the siame, will present them
without delay ler settlement te the undersign
ed, residing in Manheim Borough, Lancaster
County. SUSANNA FISHER.
Sam'l II. Price, Attorney. inlT-Ctw
INSTATE OF MAI IV VOGAN, LATE OF
It Earl township, deceased. The under
signed Auditor, appointed te distribute the
balance remaining in the hands of C. S. Hott Hett
man, esq.. Administrator of estate of paid de
ceased. te and among these legally entitled te
the same, will sit ler that purpose en MON
DAY, APRIL I, lt-HO. at 10 o'clock a. m., In
the Library Roem of 1 lie Court Heuse, in the
city et Lancaster, who re all persons interested
in said distribution nvay attend.
GEO. A. LANE,
ASSIGN ED ESTATE OF JONATHAN S.
Steltzfuse, of Upper Leacock township,
Lancaster county. Jonathan S. Steltzfuse, of
Upper Leacock township, having by deed et
voluntary assignment, dated JANUARY 31,
18S0, assigned and transferred his estate and
effects te the undersigned, ter the beuelit et
the creditors of the said Jonathan S. Steltzfuse,
he therefore gives notice te all persons indebt
ed te r-aid assigner te makii payment te the
undersigned without delay, and these having
claims te present thorn te
JACOB S. EBY, Assignee,
Residing in Bareville, Lancaster Ce.
Szvj. F. Davis, AtU irney. febll-Ctw
In the matter of the .Assigned Estate of Henry
Eshleman and JMj'e, of Ulrasburg township,
Lancaster county Pa.
Netice Is hereby given that Jacob Wide
brand, assignee of Henry Eshleman and wife,
has presented a petition te the Cecrt of Com
mon Pleas of Lane-aster "county, asking the
saiit court for an order and decree that he shall
recenvey te the said Henry Eshleman and
wile all the assigned estate in his hands, and
that lie be discharge d and ft I eased from said
trust, and that the s aid Court have fixed SAT
URDAY, MARCH 'J 7th, 1880, at 10 o'clock a. m.,
at the Court Heuse, in the City of Lancaster,
for the hearing of.' said petition, when and
where the creditors i and parties interested In
the said assigned estate et Henry Eshleman
and wife may appi ar and be heard.
i E. McMELLEX,
mar4-ltdA3tw . Protlienotary.
LANCASTER COMMERCIAL COLLEGE,
lUieads's Jei velry Stere, Ne. 4. W. King
street, Lancaster, Pu., 3d fleer. This institu
tion affords supei for advantages in acquiring
a thorough and p radical knowledge of Book
keeping, Penmai -ship, Arithmetic, Grammar
and Corresponds nee. Its aim is te impart an
education suited te' the requirements of bus!
ness pursuits and' training young men and
boys by short and interesting methods in these
things that wilt tes.t lit them for a ready and
successful start in life. Fer circulars and
17. C. WEIDLER, Principal,
or, W. D. MOSSER, Seeretary.
WEDNESDAY EVE'Q, MAECH 24, 1880.
Washington, March 24. Fer the Mid
dle and Seuth Atlantic etates, celden
clear or partly cloudy weather, northwest
veering te northeast winds, and rising
A New Librarian for the Senate.
Washington, D. C, March. 24. In the
Senate a resolution reported by Jlr.
Ilill (Ga.), from the committee en contin
gent expenses, for the appointment of an
assistant librarian for the Senate, was dis
cussed. Mr. Edmunds opposed it, saying
the library had been satisfactorily adminis.
tered by one librarian up te March 4th,
1879, and the present inconvenience was a
result of the policy of turning out tried
and efficient officers and replacing thorn by
Messrs. Davis (W. Va.) and Hill (Ga.)
spoke of the need for the present increase.
After discussion the resolution was passed.
The bill incorporating the "National
Educational association " was then again
taken up. Mr. Carpenter opposed the
national educational bill as unconstitu
tional. The morning hour having expired,
the Geneva award bill was taken up and
Mr. Kernan spoke upon it.
Mr. Kernan supported the committce
bill, holding that the insurer should stand
in the same position toward the fund
as the insured owners would have steed
had they net been insured.
A Point of Order In the Heuse.
In the Heuse, after discussion en Mr.
McLaue's motion, made yesterday, that
the bill introduced by Mr. Townsend en
Monday and referred te the committee en
revision of laws be taken from that com
mittee and referred te the committee en
ways and means, the speaker submitted
the question te the Heuse whether the
journal of yesterday must be read befere
journal of Monday be approved.
Mr. Springer raised the point of order
that it was the duty of the chair te decide
The speaker replied that he desired a
construction of the Heuse en the point of
order and submitted the question whether
yesterday's journal should new be read.
The vote resulted : yeas, 113 ; nay, 127.
All the Republicans voted nay, but sev
oral Democrats voted with them.
Further discussion and numerous points
of order were raised, and the debate con
tinues. PENNSYLVANIN TRAGEDIES.
Terrible Accidents ana Crimes.
Near East Branch, Bensen Lewis, in
attempting te slide down a leg chute, was
crushed te death by the heavy timbers.
Mrs. Mary Agnes Irvin Sneathen, aged
18, and a bride of five months, committed
suicide in Pittsburgh, yesterday, by shoot sheet
ing herself through the head at her board beard
ing house. Her husband found her with
her brains oozing out. Various causes are
assigned for the deed and denied. She
was a noted beauty, and the tragedy is very
Wife Murder and Suicide.
At Lawrcnccville, Tiega County, twenty
miles from Elmira, yesterday afternoon,
Sidney Green shot his wife, then himself,
both dying instantly. They were married
six years age. Shortly after their mar
riage Green began te abuse his wife and
she went West. Returning the former
part of this month, Green sought an
interview with her at the house of a friend
and seen after shot her five times. On
being pursued he shot himself in the
THE FATHER OF WATER.
A System te Regulate (lie St-tge of Water in
the Mississippi River.
Washington, March 24. The Heuse
committee en commerce concluded te-day
the hearing (commenced yesterday) en the
subject of the proposed system of ieser
veirs by which the high and low stages of
water in the Mississsippi river arc te be
regulated, The importance of adopting
the plan and its feasibility and cheapness
were set forth by Mr. Walker, of Minne
sota, and Representatives Washburn, of
Minnesota, and Williams, of Wisconsin.
MADEIRA AND MAMORE.
Lean for the Construction of the Seuth
Londen, March 24. Of the Bolivian
lean for the construction of the Madeira
and Mamere railway, te restore which te
the bondholders the Heuse of Lords yes
terday confirmed the decision of the court
of appeals, the sum of 830,000 is invest
ed in United States four per cent, bends,
of which amount 744,300 will be sold and
the proceeds distributed among the
bondholders at the rate of 43 per bend.
The lean was originally issued at 08.
SALE OF REAL ESTATE.
New Cotten Factory te He Built.
Jacob Griel sold te-day te Jacob G.
Peters and H. S. Shirk, a let of ground
fronting 224 feet en Pine street, between
Orange and Chestnut streets. The pur
chasers intend erecting a cotton factory
en this ground immediately. The building
in size will be 224 by 50 feet.
S. NEWTON PETTIS.
A Pest That Will He Less Trying en His
Morals Than the Peruvian Mission.
Washington, D. C, March 24. Hayes
sent the following nomination te the Sen
ate this afternoon : S. Newton Pettis, of
Pennsylvania, associate justice of the su
preme court of New Mexico.
ROYAL CLEMENCY INVOKED.
The Would-be Assassin of Alfonse Suing for
Madrid, March 24. Streng efforts are
making, based en the tradition of Hely
Week, te obtain royal clemency for Fran
cisce Otere Gonzales, who attempted the
assassination of the king. The efforts
will perhaps pieve successful.
New Brnnswick's Seat of Government.
St. Jehn, March 24. The debate in the
Heuse of Assembly en the seat of govern
ment question was closed last night, when
the resolution in opposition te removal te
St. Jehn was carried by a vote of 20 te 18.
(Frem my prize winning Plymouth
Rocks $2 for 13. Premium ler best
collection Lancaster County Exhi-
hffinn -T ft l.rtntr V tK mrn..
Centre Square, or Lang's Drug Stere, 12 Nerta
qiNO St. tU-UdAStw
Philadelphia, March SL Fleur dull, bat
steady; superfine $4 004 50: extra $5 008550;
Ohie and Indiana family 9S 507 00 ; Penn'a
family IS 0OQ6 62; St, Leuis family ft 75725 ;
Minnesota family $5 7&3S S2 ; patent and high
grades $700gS 00.
Rye flour $t 754 87.
Cornmeal Braudywine unchanged.
Wheat firmer; Ne. 2 Western Red $142
Ql 11X ; Pa. de $1 42Q1 43 : SAmber tl 43Q1 44.
Cern steady : steamer 5454c; yellow 52K
56c; mixed 5555jc
Oats quiet ; Ne. 1 43e ; Ne. 2 43c ; Ne. 2 mixed
Rye quiet ; Western 90c ; Pa. 90c.
Previsions weak; mess perk $12 25 12 50 :bcet
hams $17 50 18 00; India mess beet $lt5020:
bacon smoked shoulders 5.5Kc ; salt de 4 ;
smoked llama 9$210c ; pickled hams SJiJj
Lard steady; city kettle 7i7Jic; loose
butchers 7c ; prime steam 7?(47ie.
Butter tirm and well sold up: ereamery'extra
35CS 37c : Bradford ceuntv and New Yerk extra
new 31Q33c ; de fall 2330c ; Western reserve
extra at 2Sg30c ; de geed te choice '23327c:
Rolls scarce: Penn'a extra 2325c; Western
reserve extra 25327c.
Eggs firm ; Penn'a 12i13c; Western 12Q
Cheese firm ; New Yerk factory 1414c ;
Western full cream UQW.lc ; de for geed WA
tJ'-3 ; de halt-skims 12313c.
Petroleum dull: Refined 7?ic.
Whiskv lower at $1 08.
Seeds dull ; geed te prime cleverseed $C 00&
6 75; de timothy $3 20 3 23; de flaxseed $180
New Yerk Market.
Nkw Yerk. March 24. Fleur-State and West
ern dull aDd strongly In buyers' favor;
superfine state $4 G05 00; extra de
$5 15."i 40 ; choice de $5 45t : fancy de
01efi7 00: round hoop Ohie $5rO5!iO: choice
de $tl oeati se; superfine western $4 teas 00;
common te geed extra de $5 '255te : choice
(lede$5 03800; choice white wheat de$58."GJ
6 50; Southern dull and heavy; common te
fair extra $5 63ti 15; geed te choice de $G 20
Wheat Springqutcf and firm ; Winter a
better and fairly active: Ne. 1 White, April,
$1 SSJhQI ; de May. $1 X,; Ne. 2 Red, April
$1 43l 44; de May$l 40l 4I.
Cern a shade stronger ami quiet ; Mixed
Western spot 54.Va4e ; de future 50'f5t'c.
Oats lc better; State 42ffl47c ; Western 41VC
LANCASTER HOUSEHOLD MARKET.
Bilttct ft ft 30c35
Cup cheese, 2 cups 5c
Dutch cheese t lump 810c
Cottage cheese, 2 pieei s 5c
Chickens 1 pair. STtftftOc
Ducks ft pair 5060c
Turkeys ft S dressed 13c
Geese V piece ..G0c$l
CiUUmIi -33 n l-5c
Oysters ft 100 50c$2
elILKt rs. ........,.. .JO
l lit" ...................,......, 1C
tjiCIl ....... slUO
-'"'....... 1 1 ?c
Wheat f bus $1.4001.50
Rye fl bus iec
Cern jf bus C570c
Oats fi bus 4i;.V(..'Oc
Cleverseed fl bus $5.0tt.00
" f ft lOiyiic
Timethy Seeed H bus $3.253.50
Chestnuts fJ qt iee
Shelharks t qt Cigsc
WaluuU J ipk 10i2c
Apples J pk 202,c
Bananas J piece 5c
Cranberries qt 13c
Cherries, dried, f? (it i-c
Currants, dried, tb i-0
Dried Apples, qt 5sc
" Peaches -p qt 1Um2c
Lemens fl dez 23??.;0c
Oranges p dez : 15ffl50e
Beets f? bunch 5c
Cabbage ft head VRfia
Carrots t bunch 3j5e
Horseradish ft piece Tiig.-ic
Lima beans ft qt l.(2UO
Onions ft J pk -"ie
Potatoes ft pk I0f2l5c
" Sweet ft ipk 12&2UC
Soup Beans ft qt ic
Salsify ft bunch r-e
Turnips, j pk 5&8c
Apple Butter ft qt 25c
Cider ft gallon 2Uft)ie
Eggs ft dez 154018c
Heney ft lb dOQriSe
Seap ft ft 5Se
Sauer kraut ft qt 1012c
Beef Steak, ft ft 12J?lCc
'- Roast (rib) ft ft 12ii;c
" " (chuck) ft ft 10)l2c
" Corned, ft ft 1012e
" Dried, ft ft -in.-fle
Ham ft ft 12ff.2l)c
Lamb ft ft 12j$3)c
Lard ft ft 7jc
Mutten ft ft 12?4lt;c
Perk ft ft Hltic
Pudding ft ft 8C
Sausage ft ft 810c
Sides and Bacen ft ft SjdOc
Shoulders ft ft 7C
Veal ft ft 10fJPJc
Philadelphia, Mar. 21.
12:30 r. x.
Steckn dull. '
Pen nali's (third Issue) 10;
Philadelphia A Erie 1714
Lehigh Valley. !,
United Ces. of N.J 157
Northern Paeillc 31
" Preferred Kij
Northern Central 33
Lehigh Navigation :i7Jf
Central Transportation Ce. 48
Pitts., Titusville & Bulhile. 19K
Little Schuylkill 53
Naw Yeiik, Mar. 24.
N. Y. Central 121)
uiILk 41 i
Adams Express 12J
Michigan Central a
Michigan Southern 108
Illinois Central lOiJf
Chivehind A Pittsburgh 110J
Chicago A Reck Island ISH'J
Pittsburgh & Fert Wayne.. 118
Western "Union Tel. Ce 10ij
Teledo & Wabash 43
New Jersev Central K42
United States Bends and Sterling Exchange.
(Quotations by IS. K. Jamisen A Ce., S. W.
Cor. 3d and Chestnut Streets).
Philadelphia, Mar. 21.
United States 6's, 1881, (registered). .103 KAl
United State .Vs, 1881. (registered). .103 mk
United Suites 45J's, 1SII, (rcgtstcred)107'Iu7;Ji
United States 4's. lH'.ll, (coupons)... 107'.,I07-J4
United States 4's, 1907. (registered). .1C5
ITnlti-d St-ifi- fiiranf-v t'S
M IS CELL AH EO US .
A Shuttle Beard in Geed condition, with
four sets of quoits, will be sold cheap. Apply
te ILL. MISULER.
m23-tfd 115 bast King Street.
50 Yeaxs Before the Public.
Pronounced by all te be the most pleasant
and efficacious remedy new in use for the
cure' of coughs, colds, croup, hoarseness
tickling sensation of the threat, whooping'
cough, etc. Over a million bottles sold within
the last few years. It gives relief wherever
used, and has the power te Impart benefit that
cannot be had from the cough mixtures new
in use. Sold by all druggist at 2ff cent pe.
SELLERS' LITER PILLS are also highly
highly recommended ler curing liver com
plaint, constipation, sick headaches, fever ana,
ague and all disease of the stomach and liver.
Sold by all druggist at 25 cent per box;
B. Jf. SELLERS & CO.,
Mjw PtttrtrnTgn, Pa. .