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LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER; XTJFSDAY, APRIL 20. 1880.
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A Jnrer Blew Oat the Gas.
On retiring te his bed last niglit,
David 8. Wade, of Earl, one of the grand
jurors who is bearding at Jehn H. Rey V,
Ne. 114 Seuth Duke street, instead of
turning off the gas blew it out. His mis
take was net discovered until this morn
ing, -when the inmates were made aware
of it by a strong smell of gas all through
the house. The sleeper was found te be
much affected by the subtle poison, but
wan seen restored. Fortunately, there
was net a full head of gas en and the room
was well ventilated. Had this net been
the case we would probably have had a
case of death by suffocation te chronicle.
Terrible Mulcide en a Kail read.
About 10 a. m. yesterday Wm. Hewitt,
about 23 years of age, was run ever and
killed near Perryville by a train en the
Pert Deposit branch of the Philadelphia,
Wilmington and Baltimore railroad.
Yeung Hewitt was of weak intellect and
made a living by fishing. The engineer
of the train states that the man committed
suicide. The train, he says, was going
at a rate of about twenty miles an hour,
and Hewitt, waiting until it was tee near
him te be stepped, threw himself upon
the track. The engine struck him with
terrible force, severinc his head and both
legs from his body. The occurrence took
place just in sight of the residence of the
unfortunate man and was witnessed by
his mother and sister.
Fight Between Ueys.
Stanley Mills, a mischievous colored
boy, began a quarrel with a white boy
named Frederick Gabeidell this afternoon.
Officer Harman arrested them, and the
Mills boy being unable te give bail was
taken te the station house te cool off.
A Geed Hen.
Mr. Isaac Clark, of Atglen, Chester
county, has a hen that laid an egg every
day from March 15, 1879, te February 1,
880. She is only part Spanish and is the
mother of many Democratic roosters.
Twe drunken and disorderly cases were
bcfeie the mayor this morning. One of
the offenders was committed for 13 and
the ether for 30 days.
Sale et Horses.
J. Rebman, auctioneer, sold yesterday at
Denlinger'.s Merrimac house, in this city,
fourteen head of horses, the property of
W. Wilten. They averaged $14G per head.
Marble and Granite, Monumental and Grae
The undersigned is prepared te furnish
marble and granite memorials of the latest
and be.it designs, and invites the public te ex
amine his large andvaiied stock of finished
work and portfolio of drawings. Designs and
estimates in marble or granite en application.
Mr. .Jehn P. Grugcr, sculptor and designer,
late from the new public buildings in Phila
delphia.has been engaged as superintendent et
my works. Lettering in marble or granite a
specialty; also, baptismal touts, vases, tablets
and urns. New and tasteful designs for marble
or granite coping, and cemetery lets enclosed
witli especial care ler durability. Arrange,
menus have been made with the Quincy, Mas
sachusetts, granite ami ether celebrated quar
ries which use the latest and most approved
appliance. Marble and slate mantels and all
kinds et building work. Pi ices will be reason
able and satisfactory te my patrons. A con
tinuation of favor solicited.
Charles M. Hewell.
Ne. 139 North Queen btreet.
The Jubilee Singwx. On Thursday evening
the original troupe of colored Jubilee Singers
will appear in the opera house, under Mr.
Mishler's management. They have sung in
every city of note in the United States and
have just returned from Europe, wheiethcy
matle a great success.
A remarkable instance et the curative qual
ities of St. Jacob's Oil, is the case of Mr.
Sehaefer, Allegheny City, Pa., who sulleied
with Kheuinatism ler ever eight years, and
had used all known remedies without relief.
A single bottle of St. Jacob's Oil cured him.
There's net a charm that light's the face
With se ineffable a grace,
As sweet, pink lips and ivory teeth ;
And nothing new, beneath the sky,
Can beauties such as these supply.
Save SOZODONT, that wears the wreath.
ILvvise secured ever half a million or Pine
and Cypress Shingles beterc the advance in
lumber, I am prepared te sell cheap for cash.
Cypress Shingles arc considered superior te
shaved Pine Shingles.
Lumber Dealer, Wrights ville. Pa.
He coughed ! he coughed !
His eyes ran
But looked redder In the face than a lobster.
"Sellers' Cough Syrup" cured him.
" Brown's Bronchial Troches," when al
lowed te dissolve in the mouth, have a direct
Influence en the inflamed parts, allaying Pul
inenary Irritation, and giving relief in Coughs,
Colds, and the various Threat Troubles te
which Singers and public Speakers are liable.
TIic Reason Why.
The tonic ell'ect of Kidney-Wert is produced
by its cleansing and purifying action en the
bleed. ' Where there is a gravelly deposit in
the urine, or milky, ropy urine from disorder
ed Kidneys, it cures without iail. Constipa
tion and Piles readily yield te its cathartic and
healing power. ul'J-lwd&w
The business revival and new era of pros
per ity which is new fairly inaugurated, is in
keeping with the increased health and happi
ness seen all ever the land, and is one el" the
results obtained from the introduction of
Warner's Safe Kidney and Liver Cure. " The
changes wrought by this remedy," says Rev.
Dr. Harvey, 4,fceem but littlu less than mini
Try Loeher's Renowned Cough Syrup.
Dr. Xett's Endorsement of Speer's Pert,
The following, Ireni the celebrated Dr. Mett,
of New Yerk, speaks wonders for Mr. Speer's
efforts te raise the Oporto Grape in New
Jersey. The Docter has spent years in Portu
gal and the wine districts of Franc, and
knows what he is talking about :
C2 Madisen Avence )
New Yerk, April 11. 187S.
Mr. Alfred Speer. Dear Sir: The visit
which 1 made last year te your Vineyards,
u ine-pressesand vaults at 1'assaie, N. J., satis
fies me thoroughly that the wines manufac
tured by you are pure and unadulterated, and
the verv best that can be offered te the public
ler medicinal uses.
Acting upon my favorable impression at the
time, I have since recommended the Pert
Wine; mere particularly in my practice, and
uui satisfied with marked bench t te my pa
tients. There can be no better proof te the doubting
mind, as te the Wine being made of the finest
Oporto Grape, than a visit te the acres of land
covered with the vine bearing the luxuriant
fruit. Wishing you success in your praise
1 remain respectfully yours.
ALEX B. MOTT, M. D..
Prel. of Surgery, Bcllevue Hospital Medical
College, &e.. Ac.
This wine is endorsed by Drs. Atlce and
Davis, and sold by H. E. Slaymaker.
The Greatest messing.
A simple, pure, harmless remedy, that cuics
every time, and prevents disease by keeping
the bleed pure, stomach regular, kidneys and
liver active, is the greatest blessing ever con
ferred upon man. Hep Bitters is that remedy,
and its proprietors are being blessed by thou
sands who havu been saved and curud by it.
Will you try it? See another column.
Try Loeher's Renowned Cough Syrup.
Because you have allowed your bowels to.be te.be to.be
ceme costive, and liver torpid. Use Kidney Kidney
Wert te produce a free state of the bowels and
It will stimulate the liver te proper action,
cleanses the skin of Its yellowness, cares bil bil
eons headache, and causes new life In the
bleed. Druggists have it. alMwd&w
Try LecUer's Renowned Cough Syrup.
Dr. Brownixe, a regular graduate el one ei
the eldest and best medical colleges of the
United States, has for years been studying the
subject el coughs, colds, and all troubles of
tliat nature, und is satisfied that he has by dill
gent research in chemistry and pharmacy
found out the true combinations of medicine
that will the most quickly and satisfactorily
cure the met acute or chronic cases. His C. &
C. Cordial is the secret, and it is new effecting
cures that arc really astonishing. One ttial
will convince you that it will eventually be
come indiipeusablc te any family. Fer sale by
druggists, l'rice 50 cents. Dr. Browning,
Proprietor, 1117 Arch street, Philadelphia.
Try Loeher's Henevrned Ceugli Syrup.
Ask your druggist for " Dr. Lindaey's Bleed
Searcher." It will drive out bad bleed, give
you health and long life.
Try Lechei's Renowned Cough Syrup.
Keep your bowels and kidneys in a healthy
state by the u-e of Kidney-Wert.
Hail te the Chief among pulmonary reme
dies, lr. Themas' tlectrlc en, useu external
ly and internally. This grand preparation
annihilates' coughs, colds, rheumatism, neu
ralgia, lameness, piles, kidney troubles, and
lemedies sere-, cuts, burns, boils, warts and
corns. Its cures are attended by the amplest
and most positive testimony. Address all
orders te II. I!. Cochran, druggist, 137 und 139
North Queen street, Lancaster, Pa.
Drewn's Household J'anacea
Is ths most effective Pain Destroyer in the
world. Will most surely quicken the bleed
whether taken internally or applied externally
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 Side, Back or Bowels,
Sere Threat, Rheumatism, Toothache and ALL
ACHES, and is the GUEAT BELIE VEU OF
PAIN. "BKOWN'S HOUSEHOLD PANA
CEA " should be in every family. Atcaspoon Atcaspeon Atcaspoen
tul el the Panacea in a tumbler el het water
(sweetened, if preferred), taken at bedtime,
will BREAK UP A COLD. " cents a bottle.
Fer sale at 11. B. Cochran & Ce' Drugstore
North Queen street. Lancaster.
Undoubtedly with children, attributed toether
cause-J, is occasioned by Worms. BKOWN'S
VEIt.MIPUGE CO.MFITft, or Werm Lozenges,
although elleetual in destroying worms, can
de no pesible injury te the most delicate child
This valuable combination hits been success
fully used by physicians, and leund te be ab
solutely sine in eradicating worms. Twenty
live cent- a box. Man 15-1 vd&wTuTh&S
When a child is suddenly attacked and
thieatcned with sutlocatien by the croup, Dr,
Themas' 1 ' - ' )! U precisely the medicine
ler Hum- . c.,, since it is prompt as well
as ellicii .... r very household should be pro
vided with it, .ii it is a quick antidote te pain,
as well us a specific ter the above and ether
complaints. Adlie-s all orders te H. I!. Coch
ran, druggist, 137 and lau North Queen street,
DELEGATES TO STATU CONVENTION.
Thirteenth Senatorial District.
CHAS. .T. BHOADS.
I!. 11. BUUBAKEK,
IU. 11. E. BAUB,
II. S. KEKNS.
fourteenth Senatorial District.
M. V. !. WEIDLEU,
WM. B. GIVEN.
DEMOCRATIC COUNTT TICKET.
FOR DISTRICT ATTORN ET.
IS. F. MONTGOMERY.
SENATOR (13tll DISTRICT )
.1. B. DOUGLASS.
(ASSCMISLY (2d DISTRICT.)
S. C. STEVENSON,
S. P. SHIRK.
(ASSEMBLY (3d DISTRICT.)
R. DAVIS YUNDT,
JACOI5 M. IIAENLEN.
FOR 1'RISON INSl'ECTORS.
BARTON M. WINTERS,
FOR TOOIt DIRECTORS.
Brukiierly. In this city, April 17, lSSO, V.
Frank Bruederly, in the 31st year of Ids age.
The relatives and iriends of the family, also
the City Cornet band and Lancaster Ledge Ne.
U7 I. O. O. V., are respectfully invited te attend
the luneral lrem his late residence, Ne. 327
Beaver stteel, en Wednesday afternoon at 3
o'clock. Interment at Woodward Hill ceme
r est. ON
HATUKDAY EVENINO. A
1 j Carrier's
Reek containing a list of sub
scribers, principally in the 8th Ward. A lib
eral reward will In; paid en the return of same
te the INTELLIGENCER OFFICE.
1 . Th
he.jnembers of Lancaster Ledge. Ne. C7.
.uenierey i.oege, ie. zis, ami Jieuri jeuge,
Ne. .V.I9. are requested te meet at their hall en
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 21. at 2 o'clock, p.m.,
for the purpose el attending the luneral of
Brether W. Frank Bruederlv. Bv order of
thcN. G. GEO. SPURRIER,
(Solicitor of Patents)
Having opened communication with the
Patent Ollice at Washington, I). C, is pre
pared te push claims with promptness 'and
OKFICE-Secend Fleer Ne. 34 NORTH DUKE
STREET, next te Court Heuse.
HERR & STAVFFER, Solicitors et Patents,
siicecnsei-s te Jacob Stauffcr, deceased. Having
been in the above business ler some time un
der the instructions et Jacob Stnuffer. dee'd,
and having access te his Reports anil Docu
ments relating te the Patent Office, we are
prepared te prosecute all claims relative te
Letters Patent with promptness and accuracy.
OFFICE : 3 NORTH DUKE STREET.
A FINE LINE OF
AND FOR SALE AT THE BOOK STORE
JOM BAER'S SOIS,
15 and 17 NORTH QDEEN STREET,
GEO. W. BROWN, AOT.,
Ne. 146 EAST KING ST1CEET.
Residne 21 Seuth Prinee Street,
A New Feature of eurVbtisineae will be the Manufacture of JEW
ELRY in our own Factory. - Wehave just completed a substantial
brick factory building, 16x35 feet, which is fitted up with the ma
chinery, tools and appliances riecessary for the production of flrst
class goods, and pt in eMuye of competent workmen.
This departmentNeiUDe a great convenience te ourselves and
our customers, enabling us te fill special orders in very short time.
Old jewelry or coin left us for making into new goods will be kept
strictly separate, and we will guarantee furnishing the same geld
in the new goods when se desired. The manufacture of Hair Jew
elry will be given special attention.
Estimates and designs for Society Pins, Badges or Rings will be
furnished en short notice.
H. Z. RHOADS & BRO., Jewelers,
Ne. 4 West King Street.
a m usmusxTs
TjlCLTON OPERA HOUSE TO-NIGHT.
The great audience that greeted them last
night proves their pepulaiity.
Grand Matinee Wednesday Afternoon.
Jirilliant Illuminated Band I'arade Wednes
day Evening from Depot te Opera Heuse.
The Famous Little McUibeny Rand, the City
Comet Baud und Citizens' Band will be inline
ADMISSION, - -MATINEE
25 & 33 Ct.
15 & 25 Cts.
P.. S. DKIGGS. Iiusines Manager.
JOIIN D. M1SHLER, Circuit Manager,
A fter three year absence in Great Britain,Hol Britain,Hel
lanil,Germuuy,Austiiaand Switzerland, where
they achieved unparalleled success,
THE ORIGINAL AND ONLY
Frem Nashville, Tenn., will give one of their
original, unique and popular concerts at the
THURSDAY EVEMAO, APRIL 22.
F. J. Leudin, Mabel Lewis, Gee. E. Barrett,
Jennie Jacksen, J. A. Hale, Maggie Perter,
Ella Sheppard and Patti Malene.
Minify Jnw Sin
GALLERT,: 35 Cts.
ADMISSION 50 Cts,
RESERVED SEATS, 75 Cts.
Fer sale at Yccker's. aprlU-Ctd
TULTON OrERA HOUSE.
ONE NIGHT ONLY !
FRIDAY, APRIL 23, 1880,
The Star Troupe of the World.
ORGANIZED IN ISfii.
Frem their 11th St. Opera Heuse, i'liila.
The Oldest Established and Most Successful
Entertainment in Existence.
The Management feels justly proud of the
wonderful success of this organization, w liich
new ranks a the Finest Musical Coinpany.the
Greatest Burlesque, anil ahead of every Min
strel Organization in the World in Artists and
J. L. CARN CROSS, Proprietor and Manager.
THE SPECIAL FEATURES:
THE SKIDMORB GUARDS,
And the Great Hit of the Seaon, played
nearly one hundred times,
OR, SCENES IN PHILADELPHIA.
Every member of the Company appearing.
See bills. Deers open at 7 o'clock. Commences
at 8 o'clock.
ADMISSION, - - 35, 50 & 75 Cts.
SECURED SEATS, ... 75 "
Can be had at Opera Heuse Ofliee.
riULTON erEKA DOUSE.
TUESDAY, APRIL 27th, 1880.
GREAT MUSICAL EVENT!
One night only el the Renowned
Grand English Opera Ce.
THE LARGEST, STRONGEST AND MOST
COMPLETE IN AMERICA.
45 - ARTISTS. - 45
GRAND CHORUS AND ORCHESTRA.
Production en the most elaborate scale et
Masc's Giaud Romantic Opera,
"Paul and Virginia."
WKcw Scenes, Superb Costumes and Nevel
Emma Abbett. Zelda Srguin, Tem Karl,
Pauline Maure!, Emilv Gilbert. William Mae
Donald, Ellis Ryse, Wallace Temple and II.
Warren in the cast.
l'Ol'ULAK PRICES :
Parquet and Parquet Circle S1.00
(Ne extra for Reserved Scats.)
Admission te Gallery. 50
Reserved Scats in Gallery 75
The sale of scats will commence Thursday
morning, April 23. at Opra Heuse Ofliee.
WALL 1'AJ'EItS, c
AUR LINE OF
Is much larger than any season heretofore. In
Paper Hangings we are prepared te show the
Newest Goods in the inarket, from the Lewest
Grade te the Most Expensive. Window shades
of every description. Plain goods by the yard
in all colors. Extra Wide Materials for Linge
Windows and Stere Shades.
2,000 Rolls of Paper Curtains
te Merchants, at Lewest Wholesale Prices.
the newest thing out and easily nnjustcd te tit
any window up te Ave feet in width, in solid
walnut and most reasenabl price. Cornice
Poles in Ebony and Walnut, with Fancy Brass
Ends, Kings and Brackets.
PIER AND MANTEL MIRRORS.
Orders taken for any at Lewest Rates.
PHARES W. FRY,
Ne. 57 NORTH QUEEN ST.
Brandy as a Medicine.
The following article was voluntarily sent te
Mr. II. E. Slaymaker, Agent for Reigart's Old
Wine Stere, by a prominent practising physi
cian el this county, who has extensively used
the Brandy referred te in his regular practice.
It is commended te the attention of thesa af
Indigestion and Dyspepsia.
BRANDY AS A MEDICINE.
This new much abused Alcoholic Stimulant
was never intended as a beverage, but te be
used as a nieuicine et 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 ei invalids espe
cially these afllicted with that miserable dis
ease Dyspepsia, a specific remedy, which is
nothing mera or less than
The aged, with leeble appetite and mere or
less debility, will And this simple medicine,
when used properly,
A Sovereign Remedy
or all their ills and aches. Be it, however
strictly understood that we prescribe and usa
but one article, and that is
REIGART'S OLD BRANDT,
Sold bv our enterprising young friend, II. E.
SLAYMAKER. This Brandy has steed the
test ler years, and has never failed, as far
as our experience extends, and we therefore
give it the preference ever all ether Brandies,
no mutter with hew manyjaw-breaking French
titles they are branded. One-fourth of the
money that is yearly thrown away en various
impotent dyspepsia specifics would milllcc te
buj' all the Braudyte cure any such case or
cases. In proof et the curative powers et
Reigurt's Old Brandy,
In cases et Dyspepsia, we can summon nuni
hers of witnesses one case in particular we
A hard-working ianncr had been aillicteil
with an exhaustive Dyspepsia ter a number of
yeai-s; Ids stomach would reject almost every
kind of feed; he had sour eructatiens con
stantly ue appetite in fact, he was obliged te
restrict his diet te crackers and stale bread,
and as a beverage he used McGrann's Reet
lleer. He is a Methodist, and then, as new,
preached at times, and in his discourses elten
declaimed earnestly against all kinds of strong
drink. When advised te try
Reiffart's Old Brandy,
In his case, lie looked up with astonishment,
but after hearing of Its wonderful effects in
the cases of some of his near acquaintances, lie
at last consented te fellow our advice. He
used the Brandy faitliiully and steadily; the
lirst bottle giving him an appetite, and before
the second was taken he was a sound niun.with
a stomach capable of digesting anything which
he chose te eat. He still keeps it and uses a lit
tle occasionally; and since lie has this medi
cine he has been of very little pecuniary bene
fit te thu doctor. A Practising Physician.
H. E. SLAYMAKER,
Reigart's Old Wine Stere,
Established In 1785,
IMPORTKK AND DEALER IV
FINE OLD BRANDIES, SHERRIES, SUPE
RIOR OLD MADEIRA, (Imported in ISIS,
1827 and 18J8,) CHAMPAGNES O
EVERY BRAND, SCOTCH ALE
PORTER. BROWN STOUT.
!0 EAST KING ST.. LahCASTEH. PA
"X7ANTED. EVERYBODY TO
T tise, free of charge, in the
who wants something te de.
"5T7ANTED A FEWTABLE HOARDERS.
1 Apply at 1W NORTH QUEEN STREET.
"1X7" ANTED. -A GOOD GIRL FOR GEN-
T T eral housework. Applv at
"TXJANTED AN EXPERT MILLINER AT
TV ASTRICH IJROS.,
Ne. 13 East King Street.
XXTANTED. A GIRL FROM 12 TO 15
T T years old te assist witli light housework.
Apply at this ellice.
ANTED.-AN APPRENTICE TO
learn the Ceurying Trade. Apply te
GEO. W. LOCHER,
Ne. 31 Centre Square.
WANTED RY A MIDDLE AGED MALE
person a situation as nurse for sick per
sons or in any way alHicted. Rest of care and
attention given. Address "W," Lancaster
A YOUNG MAN WANTS A SITUATION
in a Shee Stere as Salesman or work en
the bunch. Can give geed reference aud has
eeen in the business ten years. Call at
ltd Ne. 17 SOUTH PRINCE.
TX7"ANTED.TWO YOUNG LADIES OF
TV geed address, te go te Philadelphia.
Must be intelligent and retiued. Fays lrem $3
te $0 per day. Reference required.
R. H. RANDOLPH.
al7-3td 12 North Duke Street.
WAITED A FEW INTELLIGENT BOYS
te learn the Printing Business. Call in
person at the efliee of or direct letter te IN
QUIRKR PRINTING AND PUBLISHING
COMPANY. Nes. 53 and55 North Queen Street,
Lancaster, Pa. al6-lwd
RAGS! HAGS! HAGS! KAGS WANTED.
Housekeepers take notice that we are
paying 3 cents a pound for MIXED RAGS.
Cash paid us seen us delivered te .s
apr0-3md Ne. 235 West King Street.
DR. S. B. FOKEMAN,
(PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON),
Removed from Ne. 18 Seuth Prince street te
Ne. 211 West King street, Lancaster, Pa.
FEVER AND AGUE.
The true antidote te the effects et miasma is
Hestcttcr's Stomach Bitters. This medicine is
one of the 'most popular remedies et an age
et successful proprietary specifics, and is in
iunrense demand wherever en this Continent
lever and ague exist. A wineglasstul three
times a day Is the best possible preparative for
encountering a malarieus atmosphere, regu
lating the liver, and Invigorating the Stomach.
Fer sale by all Druggists and Dealers gener
ally, apr l-lydeed&ly w
HOSTETTER'S BITTER'S FOR SALE AT
Loeher's Drug Stere. 9 East King street.
TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL 20, 1880.
Washington, April 20. Fer th Mid
dle Atlantic states cloudy weather and
light rain, followed hy clearing weather,
stationary temperature, westerly winds
and rising barometer.
THE MISSOURI TORNADO.
carrying sad havoc in its track.
A Leng List of the Casualties.
St. Leuis, April 20. Soen after the
storm a child was found at Marshfield
ledged in the crotch, of a tree, 30 feet
above the ground. It was but slightly
$400 was raised yesterday at Rella for
the sufferers at Marshfield, and twelve
doctors and nurses left Rella for that
place last night.
At Gray's Creek, four miles from Jeffei Jeffei
ersen City, seven houses were demolished,
and their inmates injured. A leg house
was blown into a deep cut en the Missouri
& Pacific railroad at this point, and a pas
senger train from the west ran into it.
The engine was ditched, and the engineer
and fireman severely wounded.
A special dispatch from Fulton. Calla
way county, say6: "The storm which
passed through this county en the niglit of
the 18 th inst. did an immeuse amount of
damage te farm property, besides destroy
ing a number of houses. At New Bleem-
field Mr. Mertz was killed by a falling
house, and a negre girl was killed by light
ning." Anether special from California, Mon Men
eour county, says : " The storm did great
injury te property and killed and wounded
a number of persons. The storm first
struck the town of Barrettsville, destroy
ing almost every house there, then passed
down the valley toward North Meran, de
molishing nearly all the buildings in its
track. Eleven are known te have been
killed. Several ethers killed but net recog
nized, and between twen and thirty
Damage at Other Points.
Chicago, 111., April 20,-Champaign
despatches say the late storm severely in
jured the State University, and that the
students with difficulty escaped from the
building. Many buildings in the town
were badly demaged.
El Pase, Illinois, reports that the dam
age at that place will aggregate many
Jamesville, Missouri, says that fourteen
miles along the track of the storm the de
struction was very great and in that dis
tance alone would cost $100,000. Churches,
fences, barns, orchards and dwelling were
badly damaged, and some persons danger
GOING TO ROME.
Distinguished Irish Prelates en Reute Fur
Baltimore, Md April 20. Arch
bishop Gibbens, accompanied by Rev.
Fathers Alfred A. Curtis and B. J. Mc.
Manus, left this morning for New Yerk ,
where they will take passage te Reme.
They will visit Cardinal McCleskcy.
Aid Frem United States in Sight.
Londen, April 20. The United States
frigate Constellation from New Yerk, with
previsions and clothing for the famishing
peer of Ireland, was signaled off Roches
point at 7:30 this morning and entered
Quecnstewn harbor at 9 o'clock.
The Philadelphia Contest.
Throughout the state there is a general
hope that the Harrisburg convention will
adept a policy that will result in a united
Democracy in Philadelphia. Affairs have
reached a condition that demands the in
tervention of the party of the state out
side of Philadelphia, net with the view of
voting one side altogether right and the
ether altogether wrong, but te lay down a
policy or plan of organization that will bring
the jarring factions together. The interest
of the interior Democracy in a speedy and
harmonieua adjustment lies in the fact
that the Philadelphia quarrel is having a de
moralizing influence en the party through
out the state. What matters it if wc of
"the country" push a vigorous campaign
and go te Philadelphia with a majority
only te have it overborne by a great Re
publican majority in that city consequent
en dissensions in the Democratic party ?
The certainty of this being the result
unless there shall be an adjustment,
is having its logical effect en the Deme
cracy of ether counties, by persuading
them that all state contests arc hope
less. This is most demoralizing, especial
ly as the state is Democratic
outside of Philadelphia. It is because
of these facts, the Democracy of the
state have a right te say te the warring
factions, "a plague en both your houses,"
and demand that their differences shall
be adjusted en some common-sense basis,
se that there shall be but one local or
ganization. The state convention can
compel this in the admission of Phila
delphia delegates, selected by the con
testing delegations, or by admitting both
the McGowan and Vaux delegates with
half a vote each. There is no difference
of principle in these rival organizations ;
neither of them assume the attitude of
Tammany in New Yerk in threatening a
belt in advance en national or state candi
dates. Their contentions grew out of mat
ters of city politics and local organization,
and can be adjusted te the extent of secur
ing harmonious action at the fall election
by any power whose authority is recog
nized. Such power and authority are
ledged in the state convention.
Wc would like te sec this Philadelphia
matter adjusted without conflict in the
state convention and have hopes this end
may be reached. The great body of the
Philadelphia Democrats desire te come to
gether, and there are sansible and discreet
men among the leaders en both sides,
of course with the usual propor
tion of impracticable beings. But the
latter should be set aside if necessary,
and an agreement reached satisfactory te
all and humiliating te none. If they de
net de this for themselves, the state
convention, as the only body having
authority, must take the duty into
its own hands. The Democracy outside
of Philadelphia will net go en year after
year, making gallant struggles at the
polls, only te be overborne by needless
dissensions in that city. Let the state
convention grapple the question with a
firm and wise hand, in the interest of the
65,000 Democratic voters in Philadelphia
and the 400,000 Democratic voters of the
state, whose ballets are se much waste
paper because of these foolish and cause
less bickerings. The mass of the party in
the city and state demand an organization
around which every Democrat can rally,
and it is the duty of the state convention,
ether means failing, te give it te them.
Tammany en the Warpath.
Syracuse, N. Y., April 20. The special
train consisting of about a dozen sleepers,
containing the Tammany delegation and
their friends, reached here at 8:30 this
morning. There is some talk of a disturb
ance in the convention, but the Tildecites
anticipate nothing of the kind.
Getting Te Werk.
The chairman of the state central com
mittee called the convention te order at
12:30. The name of Tilden was received
great applause mingled " with
lie said he was net informed
whether Tilden would accept a call te offi
cial position. Laughter. Tilden had
never been defeated and never would be
Applause. Jehn C. Jacobs was then
elected temporary chairman.
Much confusion and cheers for " Hora
tio Seymour" characterized the efforts
of contesting delegates te be heard. 31r.
Faulkner, a contestant, was particularly
persistent and steed his ground against
the hisses until he was heard. He
then spoke in bitter terms of Hayes, say
ing : " At the close of his official career he
will have drawn from the pockets of the
people $200,000, and he will have come by
every dollar of it as dishonestly as ever any
canal contractor filched a dollar en
false vouchers. Had the man whom the peo
ple elected raised the standard of revolt a
million armed men would have gathered
about him te execute the will of the peo
ple. Rather than plunge his countrymen
into fratricidal war, Samuel J. Tilden re
linquished peacefully the highest honor
possible te a man en earth."
Jehn B. Haskins then, by consent, an
nounced that he represented a committee
of sixteen from the Tammany convention
te confer with a similar committee here.
He then offered the resolutions adopted by
his own convention, and the chairman said
he would lay them before the convention
after the roll call.
Syracuse, April 20 The headquarters
of the anti-Tilden delegates is at the
Remington house, and seen after arrival e1"
of special train from New Yerk, the hotel
was thronged with people and large crowds
en the sidewalk. There seemed te be as
many there as at the Tilden headquarters.
At 11:30 the Kelly convention was
called te order at Shakspearc hall, where
the organization was formed last fall. "Wil
liam Dersheimer was elected chairman,
and in a speech he said it was the duty of
every Democrat te bring about the union
and consolidation of the party. He said
Horatio Seymour (wild cheers) would
unite the Democracy of New Yerk and lead
them te victory.
A Move for Ilariueny.
Dersheimer then announced the list of
secretaries and committee-men appointed.
Resolutions were adopted citing that the
state of New Yerk is largely Democratic
that the election of the next president
depends upon this state ; that under
such circumstances it is the duly
of every Democrat te put aside
all differences new existing, and te
strive Ur send te the national conven
tion in June a united delegation pledged
te no particular individual, but te sup
port any geed Democratic citizen from any
state ; that another Democratic convention
is new in session in this city, and te insure
Resolved, That a committee of sixteen
members be appointed te meet a like com
mittee of the ether convention te determine
upon such action as will provide for a
united delegation te the Cincinnati con
This committee was then appointed and
the convention took a recess until 4 o'clock.
The New Tobacco Kill Adversely Reported .
"Washington, April 20. In the Senate
Mr. Bayard, from the committee en
finance, reported adversely en the bill
te repeal se much of section 3,244
of the revised statutes as prohibits far
mers and planters from selling leaf tobacco
at retail directly te consumers without
special tax. and te allow farmers and plant
ers te sell leaf tobacco of their own pro
duction te ether persons than manufac
turers of tobacco, without special tax.
Placed en the calendar at the request of
Mr. Beck. '
Philadelphia, Apr. 20. Fleur dull and weak ;
superfine $3 0u3 SO: extra $1 004 50:
Olde and Indiana fatnilv $r 50G 00 : Penn'a
tamily $5 50gG 00 ; St. Le'uls family $5 756 25 :
Minnesota family JG 256 75 ; patent and high
grades f G 50g8 00.
Rye flour dull at $1 304 37.
Cernnical Brandy wiue unchanged.
Wheat lirmcr and en a decline : Ne. 2 West
ern Red $128; Penn'a Red $1 2S1 29: Amber
Cern dull and lower ; steamer 5151l4c :
yellow 53c; mixed 5252c.
Oats dull; Ne. 1, 4c; Ne. 2,45c; Ne. 3, 43
u; .1U, IlllACIl 4-C.
Rye lower; Western and Pa. 83c.
Previsions dull; miss perk at $11 23
11 50; beet hams $17 0017 50 ; India mess beef
19 50: bacon smoked shoulders 5J5c; salt
1A1 smoked hams 9!0$c; pickled
Lard dull ; city kettle 77c; loose
butchers Gc ; prime steam 7J4c ti
Butter steady; creamery extra at 2830c;
Bradford county and New Yerk extra
2527c ; Western reserve extra at 2325c ;
de geed te choice 1822c: Rolls dull;
Penn'a extra 194521c; Western reserve extra
Eggs steady; Penn'a 11)0; Western lie.
Cheese scarce : New Yerk factory l.Vgl.'c ;
Western lull cream none here ; de for geed 13
I3 ; de halt-skims ll12e.
Petroleum dull; Refined 7Mc.
Whisky at $111.
Seeds dull ; geed te prime cleverseed $G 50S
725; de timothy $2 753 00; de flaxseed $1 700
New Yerk Market.
New Yerk. April 20.-Fleur-Stateand Western
without change ; superfine state $3 804 50 ;
extra de $4 504 75 ; choice de $4 805 10 ; fancy
$51560 00; round hoop Ohie $5 005 75: choice
de $5 80G 75; superfine western $3 804 50;
common te geed extra de $4 5004 90 : clieic
(ede$5 00700; choice white wheat de$4 85
5 50; Southern dull and declining ; common te
fair extra$5 255 50; geed te choice-de $5 70
Wheat Spring quiet and firm ; Winter l2c
better and moderately active; Ne. 2 Noith Neith
westttrn May $1 21; Ne. WhiteMay $1 221 OK;
Ne. 2 Red, April, $1 27K1 28J ; de May $1 24?
1 26 ; de June $1 221 23.
Cern a shade stronger and quiet ; Mixed
western spot, 50352c ; de future 4&X51c.
Oats firmer and quiet; State 4251c; West
Beet dull and prices unchanged.
Perk firmer ; new mess $1750.
Lard quiet and firm; steam rendered $7 CO.
Whisky dull ; Western $1 081 09.
Spirits of turpentine dull at 4145c.
Monday, April 19. The arrivals of cattle at
the various Philadelphia yards for the past
week were: Beeves, 3,025 head; sheep ami
Iambs, 8,000 de. ; hogs, G.000 de. ; fresh cows,
Beeves The market during the past week
lias been inactive, and prices werelc per tt.
lower. We quote Extra at 55c ; geed at
5S53c ; medium, 45c; common, 44c ;
SALES AT THE WEST PHILADELPHIA YARD.
21 J. F. Sadler ft Ce., Western, gross 55Xc.
46 James Clcmsen, Lan. co., gre&s, SfsSKc.
18 E. ft L. Chandler, Lan. co., gross, 55kc.
23 P. Hathaway, Lane, co., gross, 5t5c.
2il Ullman ft Lehman Bres., Western and
Penn'a, gross, 4K5Jc.
123 Lewenstein ft Adler, Western, gross,
100 Lewenstein Adler. Montgomery county
, cows and bulla, gross, 33tc.
If H Clara, mixed, gross, 3Kc
if A' Ostaelm, Western, gross, tAQSfic
? Hern, Fena'a, gross, 4Xe5fcic.
34 ?,Setz Montgomery county cows, gross,
44 H. Chain, jr., Western and Pa., gross, 4W
75 L. Schamberg, Western, gross. S5Kc.
20 S. Dreifus,.Penn'a, gross, S5J21
93 Bachman ft Levi, Western and Lane, ee.,
54 M. Levi, Western, gross, 4K3c.
2S5 G. Schamberg Jt Ce., Western, gross,
70 Daniel Murphy, Lancaster county, gresa,
238 E. S. 1 11. F. McFillen, Western, and Lan.
co., gross, 56c.
150 Beger Maynes, Western, gross, 4Kg5c.
225 Jehn McArdle, Lancaster and Yerk co.,
122 Daniel Smyth 4 Bre.
Western and Lane.
co., gross, lt$zXc.
116 Owen Smith, Pa. gross, 6e.
Fresh Cows were unchanged. We quote
from $20 te W0 per head.
Lambs were in demand at 67c per pound.
Hogs were unchanged and prices were steady
at last quotations, viz : extras at TJic ; geed
at 7c; medium Gc ; common 6c.
Sheep were in fair demand, and prices ruled
the same as last reported. We quote Extra, let)
te ISO lbs., 767c ; geed, 30 te 100 lbs, 77Jc :
geed,!) te UO lbs b7c ; fair, 70 te 80 lbs, 6)
6(c ; inferior, CC4c ; common, 5Jc
Samuel C. Stewart sold 5t head dressed sheep
Philadelphia, April 20.
Penna ti'a (third Issue) 107
Philadelphia & Erie 16
Lehigh Valley. 5Ai
United Ces. of N. J 160
Northern Pacific (
Northern Central 33
Central Transportation Ce. 49
Pitts , Tltusvifie 4 Buffalo. 18
LltUe Schuylkill 54
Nkw Xekk. April 20.
N. Y. Central 131
Adams Express 111
Michigan Central '.C2
Michigan Southern W7
Illinois Central 107
Cleveland ft Pittsburgh. ...Ill
Chicago Reck Island. 192VJ
Pittsburgh A Fert Wayne. .117
Western Union Tel. Ce 105
Teledo ft Wabash Xi
New Jersey Central 73
United States Bends and Sterling Exchange.
(Quotations by B. K. Jamisen ft Ce., S. W.
Cor. 3d und Chestnut Streets).
Philadelphia, April 20.
United States 6's, 1981, ( registered )..lt7; 106
United States 5's, 1SS1, (registered). .102'4i102
United States 4Us, 18U1, (registercd)llIOW
United States 4k's, 1891, (coupons)... 10Sj;tSl(
United States 4's, 1907. (registered). .107 107Ji
United States Currency G's 125
Sterling Exchange 48344S8)
ASSIGNED ESTATE OF MECK ft
Brether, of West Lampeter township,
Lancaster county. The undersigned Auditor,
appointed te distribute the balance remaining
In the hands of If. II. Deitrich. Assignee, te
und among these legally entitled te the same,
will sit for that purpose en THURSDAY, the
2Jth day of APRIL, 1880, at 10 o'clock a. m., in
the Library Roem of the Court Heuse, in the
city ei uui easier, wncre ail persons inicrcsicu
in said distribution may attend.
CHAS. R. KLINE,
ESTATE OF GEORGE MARKS, LATE OF
Mechaiiicshurg,Upncr Leaeeck township,
Lancaster county. Pa., deceased. Letters tes
tamentary en said estate having been granted
te the undersigned, ull persons indebted there
to nre requested te make immediate settle
ment, and these having claims or demands
against the same, will present them without
delay for settlement te tin undersigned, re
siding in Lancaster, Pa.
.1. M. MARKS,
Executer and Trustee,
ap7-3td3tw . Lane's Stere.
ESTATE OF PniLIP FISCHER, LATE Or
WestCocalice township, deceased. Let
ters of administration, with the will annexed,
en said estate having ueen granted te the un
dersigned, all persons indebted thereto are
requested te make immediate payment, and
these having claims or demands against the
same will present them without delay ter
settlement te the undersigned, residing in
West Cocalico township, Lancaster county.
Wsr. R. Wilsex, Administrator.
INSTATE OF JAMES XV. RHEY, LATE
2j of Lancaster City, deceased. Letters of ad
ministration en said estate having been grant
ed te the undersigned, all persons indebted
thereto are requested te muKc immediate pay
ment, and these having claims or demands
against the same will present them without de
lay for settlement te tint undunlgned, or her
attorney, J. L. SWinuieU.
J. L. 8TEiNMETR,3AU'y. ni27-ttdeaw
STATE OF ISAAC WARREN, LATE OF
Lancaster city, Lancaster county, de
ceased. The undersigned Auditor, appointed
te distribute the balance remaining in the
hands of James Warren, Administrator of said
deceased, te and among these legall entitled
te the same, und te psiss upon exceptions tiled
te said administrator's account, will attend for
that purpose en FRIDAY, the 3Uth day of
APRIL, A. D. 1880, ut 2 o'clock p. in., in the
Library Roem et the Court Heuse, in the- city
of Lancaster, where all persons interested in
said distribution and exceptions may attend.
D. P. ROSENMILLER, Jit.,
INSTATE OF A. II. WEIGLE, LATE OF
J Lancaster city, deceased. The undersign
ed Auditor,-appointed te distribute the balance
remaining in the hands of C. 11. Weigle. Ad
ministrator, te and among these legally en
titled te the same, will sit for that purpose en
TUESDAY, APRIL 27, 1880. at 10 o'clock u. m.,
in the Library Roem of the Court Heuse, in
the city of Lancaster, where all persons inter
ested in said distribution may attend.
T. B. IIOLOHAN,
INSTATE OF MAGDALENA ZIEGLER
j deceased. The undersigned auditor, up
pointed by the Orphans' Court of Lancaster
county, Pa., te distribute the balance remain
ing in the hands of Jacob L. Brubaker,
administrator of Magdalcna Zcigler, deceased,
wife of Mathias Zicgler, te und among these
legally entitled te the same, will attend fei
that purpose en FRIDAY, APRIL 23, 1880, at
ins Lierury noem ei me court neuse, in tuu
city of Lancaster, where all persons interested
in said distribution may attend.
mar29-4tdeaw SIMON P. EBY, Auditor.
INSTATE OF ANNA M WE1DLER,
J late et the City of Lancaster, deceased.
Letters of administration en said 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 undersigded, residing in Lancaster City.
MRS. E. E. PATTERSON,
J. W. F. Swift. Administratrix.
8TATE OF KILL1AN RECK, LATE OF
the City of Lancaster, deceased. Letters
testamentary en said estate liavlng been
granted te the undersigned, all persons In
debted te said decedent are requested te make
immediate settlement,and these having claims
or demands against the estate et said decedent
te make known the same te the undersigned
without delay, residing in the City of Lancas-
ASSIGNED ESTATE OF MARTIN O.
Stirk and wife, of Earl township, Lancas
ter county. The undersigned auditorappoint auditerappoint auditorappeint
ed te distribute the balance remaining in the
hands of Isaac Stirk and Geerge Levan. as
signees by deed of voluntary assignment for
the benefit et creditors, te and among these;
legally entitled te the same, will sit ter that
Surpese en WEDNESDAY, the 12th day of
I AY, 1880, at 10 o'clock a. m.. in the Library
Roem of the Court Heuse, in the city of Lan
caster, where all persons interested in said dis
tribution may attend.
WM. R, WILSON,
ESTATE OF MARTIN 8NAVELY. LATE
of Drnmere township, deceased. The un
dersigned Auditor, appointed te distribute the
balance remaining in the hands of Abraliam
Snavcly, Administrator et said deceased, te
and among these legally en tiUed te the same,
will sit for that purpose en MONDAY, MAY 3,
1880, at 10 o'clock a. m., In the Library Beem or
the Court Heuse, in the city of Lancaster,
where all persons interested in said distribu
tion may attend.
ESTATE OF WILLIAM STACY, LATE OF
Strasburg borough, deceased. The under
signed Auditor, appointed te distribute the
balance remaining in the hands of William B.
Bishop, Executer of said deceased, te and
among these legally entitled te the same, will
sit for that purpose en TUESDAY, the 27th
day et APRIL, 1880, at 10 o'clock a. in., in the
Library Boen, et the Court Heuse, in the city
of Lancaster, where all persons interested In
said distribution may attend.
CHAS. B. KLINE,
37 Denis Smyth, Penn'a, gross, 4?ig5Mc.
25 Jas. Eustace. Yerk co.. mess. i6i&ic.
A. & J. Christy, Western and Penn'u.,