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in front of Mr. Cairnes's house,a short time
before the outrage was pcrpretrated. He
passed en without speaking te him, though
he was net mere then five or six feet from
Jehn M. Rutter was at the Octoraro
church en the evening in question ; passed
the parsonage ; it was lighted up; could
have distinguished the features of a man
if he had been at the outhouse.
Fer the defense, Samuel Hepkins, col
ored, was called, and testefied that defend
ant lives with his mother iu a house en his
(witness's) property, in Bart township.
Witness was at . Wilmcr's house en the
night of the 12th of February and was in
his company frem4 o'clock in the evening
until after 9 o'clock at night. He testified
further that the night was se dark that he
could hardly see a hand before him.
Chas H. Wilmer, the defendant, was
called, and testified that he never haw
Sirs. Tayler until he saw her at the squire's
office en the day of his hearing ; he was
net at Cairnes's house en the 12th of Feb
ruary ; did net leave his own house en that
night; did net assault Mrs. Tayler;
pleaded guilty of attempted rape in 1871
and served a term in prison for the offence.
The grand jury made the following re
True Bill Charles "Wilnicr, attempt te
commit rape, burglary and robbery ; Win.
Jenes, assault and battery ; L. D. Morgan,
cairying concealed deadly weapons ; Lud
wig Sivald, larceny as bailee (two indict
ments) ; Jeseph II. Sides, seduction and
fornication and bastardy ; 31. O. Sensciiig,
seduction aad fornication and bastaidy ;
Gustav Bunzl, assault and battery ; Jo Je
seph Jenes, assault and battery ; William
Mehn, keeping a bawdy house.
Dining the session of the ceuit W. F.
Beyer, esq., solicitor te the prison inspec
tors' presented the following paper from
the prison inspectors, which the court di
rected te be presented te the grand in
That a large quantity of weithlcss
tobacco has accumulated at the Lancaster
county prison from picvieus years some
of it purchased eight or ten years age
and that they arc unable te use it in the
manufacture of cigars; that when the
grand jury visited the prison yesterday,
this tobacco was stored in a room
along with ether tobacco in geed condi
tion and could net be properly examined
by the grand inquest ; and that no mem
ber of the beard of inspectors was present
te call attention thereto ;" that the benid
of directors have advertised the same for
sale at 1 o'clock, p. m., te-day and have
this morning caused the geed tobacco te
be separated from that for sale and the
latter te be exposed te public view.
They, therclbic, pray the grand inquest
te be present at said sale te see exactly
what is sold and the manner iu which the
sale is conducted. They fuithcr pray tlrat
if the grand inquest cannot be present
they will appoint a committee of their
members for the same purpose.
Soen after the above was presented te
the grand inquest, they returned te the
solicitor the following pieamblcand icsolu icselu icsolu
Wiii:iiKAS, The beard of prison inspec
tors of the county of Lancaster have ad
vcitiscd a public sale of tobacco, te take
place at thejpii.sen this day ;
Asi) wiiercas, We, the grand inquest
of said county fei the April .sessions, 1880,
consider the said sale injudicious and
fraught with suspicion); therefeic,
Jiesulccd, By this body, that we cuter our
pretest against the said sale, and lcqucst
that the same be postponed indefinitely.
Signed IT. G. Boek, foreman,
H. E. Heffer, clerk.
The Scheel Superintendent.
The school superintendents held three
sessions yesterday, at which a large num
ber of educational topics were discussed.
In the afternoon Governer Ileyt and Lieu
tenant Governer Stene, by invitation,
made brief addresses. The governor as
sured the convention that he would de all
in his power te prevent a recurrence of the
inability of the state te meet its ebfiga
tiens te the schools of the state, as had
been the case the past year. There was a
reed deal of sharp criticism by some of
the superintendents at the way the school
fund was managed. It was contended
that the school warrants were net honei ed
and that there ought te be an explanation.
A committee of fifteen was authorized te
be appointed te ask the state treasurer's
presence this morning.
Dxatlief Sirs. Margaret liinney and Martin
Mrs. 3Iargarct Hiuney, widow of Samuel
Hinney, died at Mount Jey last night at
nine o'clock. The deceased was 74 years
of age. She leaves a family of three
daughters and one son, all of whom are
married, one of the daughters being the
wife of Jehn II. Sellers, clerk of orphans
court of the county.
Mai tin W. Nissley, aged 56 years, of
East Denegal township, died yesterday of
consumption. He leaves a wife three
daughters and one son.
Yesterday afternoon the tobacco packers
at Funk's warehouse, en the Marietta pike,
presented their foreman, Mr. S. H. .Wal
lach, with a handsome geld headed cane.
The presentation speech was made by Mr.
31. M. Fraim, te which Mr. Wallach re
plied, thanking the hands for the kind gift,
after which they all sat down te a fine set
out. Large Sale of Seats.
The chart for the sale of reserved seats
for Emma Abbett was opened this morn
ing at the box office of the opera house at
half past seven, and before nine o'clock
ever 200 seats were sold. The number of
Siats taken at neon was about 300. At
neon ever 230 seats had been sold for Carn
This afternoon Samuel L Fowler, resid
ing en "West James street, was taken very
sick while standing in the doorway of the
law office of J. W. F. Swift, esq., en Seuth
Queen street. lie was carried into the
office and Dr. Carpenter was sent for.
After a short time Mr. Fowler had im
proved somewhat, and was removed in a
carriage te his home.
Tired el the West.
Three weeks aje a man named Smith,
with eleven children, left his home in the
lower end of this county and went te Ar
kansas. Last night they returned te this
city and they left for their old home this
Sale of Hersei.
Samuel Hess & Sen, auctioneers, sold at
public sale ou Monday, at the Franklin
house, this city, for Jacob Sener and ethers
14 head of horses, at an average of 1132.50
Twe Six-Hene Teams MakiflgOoed Time.
Yesterday a son of Henry P. Breneman
and a son of Samuel "Welgamuth were
each driving a six-horse team along the
pike about two miles north of Mount Jey.
Welgamuth's team was behind, when the
horses frightened and started te run, pass
ing the team of Breneman. The horses of
the latter then became frightened and be
gan running. Beth teams then did their
level best and passed aleug the read at a
high rate of speed for some distance.
Finally the team of Welgamuth was stop step
ped, and the horses of Breneman, coming
up, passed around him. They were also
stepped in a short time. Neither of the
drivers was hurt, but the horses were
bruised, and the wasrens. one of which
was upset twice, were badly broken.
An Old Stage Which Should be Removed.
This morning Daniel 3Iayer, tobacco
dealer, was driving ou Seuth Queen street,
near the end of which there is an old stage
lying, which was wrecked en Saturday
night. When 3Ir. Mayer came opposite te
the old stage he met a man named Hirsh,
who is a blacksmith in New Danville, and
who was also driving. The horse of 3Ir.
Hirsh frightened at the old vehicle, and,
jumping aside, ran the wagon te which he
was hitched against the buggy of 3Ir.
Mayer, upsetting it. 3Ir. 3Iayer was
thiewn out, and besides having his wrist
sprained he was badly bruised about the
body. The buggy was broken in several
Mt. Jey Star.
Michael S. Wittle, of Iiaphe township,
has sewn a patch of about one thousand
square feet in tobacco seed ; two hundred
and sixty-two feet of it is up and covered
with nice young plants. The first seed
was sewn en the 20th of Maich and the
last ou the 15th of 'this month. He has a
tobacco plant that was set out en the 2d
of April, and is growing nicely, the leaves
of which measure five inches long and
three inches wide. He also tried tobacco
seecd that was ten years old and it came
The small boys, who were arrested and
taken bcfeie Alderman Barr, yesterday,
en a charge of taking a box of medicine
from a car at the freight depot of the
Pennsylv" '' :aihe.id. were discharged, as
there win .10 evidence te implicate them in
Rolling Mill Started.
The Susquehanna rolling mill at Colum
bia, which has been idle for some time
past, was started this morning. The ether
mill at the same place will also resume
Milt Nobles Te-morrow. That versatile com
edian mid character actor, Mr. Milten Nobles,
ill play his evei-pepular " Pheanix" here to te to
meriow evening. Mr. Xebles has always been
a f.iveiite with Lancaster theatre-goers, and
his name and fame are the magnet that will be
likely te attract a large and delighted audience
te the opera house te-morrow. Ilia company
is a strong one, selected with a special view of
Jully bringing out the intense interest of the
Carncross's Mini!) '. llneugh seats have al al
leady been sold te insuie Carncrets's minstrels
a big house te-morrow evening. Among the
membeis of the company are llughey Dough
el ty. Matt Wheeler, Jimmy Quiun, Griflin and
nice, Murphy and Morten, Jehn L. Carncross
Jubilee Smgers Te-night. the original
troupe of genuine Jubilee Singers, by all odds
the best oiganizalien of the kind in the world,
w ill appear at Fulton opera house te-night, in
e.ie el their unique and delightful entertain'
ments. After an absence fiem this country of
Mjvcral yeai s, dining which pel ied they appear
ed before the most distinguished audiences in
the European capitals, they return te the
United States with a leputatien illumined by
the lustre et a continued chain of brilliant suc
cesses. Theirsingingcaptivatesthesc who hear
It, and tliequaintmusicandmarvelousmcledy
et the plantation cannot be heard te better ad
vantage than in the concerts et this really re
markable company of negre vocalists. They
are under Sir. Mishlcr's management, and these
familiar with their reputation will require no
persuasion te induce them te be present at
the opera house te-night.
Mr. J. Kistiiart, Mahaney City, Pa., suffered
with pain in the back. He usd a bottle et St.
Jacob's Oil and was cured, as lie thankfully
acknowledges in a letter.
Theie'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 SOZODOXT, that wears the wreath.
Having secured ever half a million of Pine
and Cypress Shingles before the advance in
lumber, I am prepared te sell cheap for cash.
Cypress Shingles are considered superior te
shaved Pine Shingles.
Lumber Dealer, Wrightsville, Pa.
Xauseeus medicines seem all that the doctors
can tliliuc of. Try "Sellers' Cough Syrup,"
and you will be delighted beyond measure.
M. Shechan, of Oscoda. Mich., writes : " I
have used Dr. Themas' Electric Oil en horses
ler dillerent diseases and found it te de Hist as
veu reeemmended. It has done justiec for me
every time, and is the best oil for horses I ever
used. Fer sale by H. B. Cochran, druggist, 137
and 139 Xerth Queen street, Lancaster, Pa. 18
Try Lochei's.Kcnewned Cough Syrup.
The Greatest ltlesslng.
A simple, pure, harmless remedy, that cures
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 have been saved and cured by it.
Will you try it? See another column.
Try Lecher's Kenewned Cough Syrup.
Brown's Household Aanacea
Is the most eflcctive Pain Destroyer in the
weild. Will most surely quicken the bleed
whether taken internally erapplied externally
and thereby mere certainly KELIEVE PAIX,
whether chronic or acute, than any ether pain
alleviator, and it is warranted double the
strength of any similar preparation.
It cures iain in the Side, Back or Bowels,
Sere Threat, Uhcumatism, Toothache and ALL
ACHES, and is the GKEAT RELIEVER OF
PAIX. "BROWN'S HOUSEHOLD PANA
CEA" should be In every family. A teaspoon teaspeon teaspoen
fulof the Panacea in a tumbler el het water
(sweetened, if preferred), taken at bedtime,
will BREAK UP A COLD. 25 cents a bottle.
Fer sale at II. 11. Cochran ACe's Drug Stere
Xerth 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 t be ab
solutely sure in eradicating worms. Twenty Twenty
New rich bleed, sending health te every fibre
et the system, is rapidly made by "Dr. Lind
scy's Bleed Searcher."
Satisfaction given In the past Is geed" evi
dence for the luture. Try Dr. Themas' Elec
tric Oil for censrhs. colds, neuraliria. and rhpn.
matlsm. It always gives satisfaction. Fer sale I
. u. uecnr&n. aruggist, 13 ana isy Aertu I
Queen street, Laueast
iter, rn. n
JUST RECEIVED THE LARGEST LOT OF
GENTLEMEN'S AND BOYS' FURNISHING GOODS
Ever brought te this city, embracing all the new, beautiful and most stylish colors
In Neckties and ScarfB for the Summer Season.
3Ien's Colored Balbriggan Hese, with embroidered silk clocks ; Scarlet and Blue Silk Hese : Fanay Colored Half Hese ;
Striped Cotten Half Hese and 3Ierine Half Hese.
3Ien's and Beys Suspenders and Fine Braces, in all styles and colors.
3Ien's and Beys' White Dress and Colored Shirts, Superior Cheviot Shirts, and Blue Flannel Neglige Shirts.
Men's and Beys' Summer Underwear in 3Ierine and India Gauze.
Men's and Beys' Colored Lisle Thread and Kid Gloves, for Summer Wear.
3Ien's and Beys' Vulcanized Rubber Braces, and a large stock of fine Silk, French Linen and Cambric Handkerchiefs.
3Ien's and Beys' Latest Styles Fine Linen and Paper Cellars and Cuffs.
MYERS & RATHFON,
Ne. 12 EAST KINO STREET, LANCASTER, PENN'A.
Keep your bowels and kidneys in a healthy
state by the use of Kidney-Wert.
The Reason Why. a
The tonic effect 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 cities without fall. Constipa
tion and Piles readily yield te Us cathartic and
healing power. al9-lwd&w
Try Lecher's Kcnewncd Cough Syrup.
E. II. Perkins, Creek Centre, N. Y., writes :
I was troubled with Asthma for four years
before using Dr. Themas' Electric Oil, and for
many nights alter retiring I had te sit up in
bed, my suffering being intense, while the
cough was se severe that the bed-clothing
would be saturated witli perspiration. Twe
bottles el your Electric Oil effected a complete
and perfect cure, and I cheerfully recommend
it te all, as I knew of no ether medicine that
will cure Asthma." Fer sale by H. B. Coch
ran, Druggist, 137 and 12'J North Queen street,
Lancaster, Pa. 10
Try Lecher's Kcnewncd Cough Syrup.
Dr. Bnowsixe, a regular graduate et one et
the eldest and best medical colleges of the
United States, lias for years been studying the
subject ei coughs, colds, and all troubles of
that nature, and is satisfied that he has by dili
gent research in chemistry and pharmacy
found out the true combinations of medicine
that will the most quickly and satisfactorily
cure the most acute or chronic cases. His C. &
C. Cordial is the beeiet, and it is new effecting
cures that are ically astonishing. One tiial
will convince you that it will eventually be
come indispensable te any family. Fer sale by
druggists. Pi ice ."i0 cents. Dr. Browning,
Propileter, 1117 Arch street, Philadelphia.
"Why Are Yeu Bilious?
Because you have allowed your bowels te be
come 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, cures bil
ious headache, and causts new life in the
bleed. Druggists have it. al9-lwdJfcw
Try Lecher's Kcnewncd Cough Syrup.
Ttakc "Dr. Sellers' Cough Syrup," and no
one in the city keeps clearer of coughs and
colds than I. Druggists sell it. Price 25 cents.
The business revival and new era et pros
perity which Is new fairly inaugurated, Is in
keeping u 1th the increased health and happi
ness seen all ever the land, and is one et the
results obtained from the introduction of
Warner's Safe Kidney and Liver Cure. " The
changes wrought by this remedy," says Kev.
Dr. Harvey, "seem but little less than mira
ouleus." " al3-2wdw
MONDAY, APRIL 5.
Having just returned from the Xew fork
Woolen Market, I am new prepared te exhibit
one of the Best Selected Stocks of
Spring anil Saner He,
Ever brought te this city. Nene but the very
in all the Leading Styles. Prices as low as the
lowest, and all goods warranted as represent
Ne. 51 North Queen Street.
24 CENTRE SQUARE.
We have fei sale for the coming seasons an
Immense Stock of
of our own manufacture, which comprises the
Latest and Most
Come and see our
which Is larger and composed of the best style
te be found In the city.
9. B. Hosteller i Seb,
24 CENTRE SQUARE.
a - ll
A New Feature of our business will be the Manufacture of JEW
ELRY in our own Factory. "We have just completed a substantial
brick factory building1, 16x35 feet, which is fitted up with the ma
chinery, tools and appliances necessary for the production of first
class goods, and put in charge of competent workmen.
This department will be 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.
Xe.l50NOItTH QUEEN STBEET, near P. U.
It. Depot, I .an caster. Pa. Geld, Silver and
Xlckel-cascd Watches, Chains, Clocks, Ac.
Agent ler the celebrated Pantascepic Specta
cles and Eye-Glabses. Itcpairing a specialty,
FOR SALE BT
B. P. BOWMAN,
106 EAST KING STREET.
GOLD AND SILVER CASES,
KEY AND STEM-WINDING,
Jeweler, 20 East King Street,
Large Importations of
Cases of Bridal Silver,
Fine Porcelain Ornaments,
Clocks and Cleck Sets,
llronze Groups and Vases.
Polite attention te all visiting
B. B. B.
Goods by express en approval, with privilege
of examining before purchasing.
Bailey, Banks & Biddle,
12th and Chestnut Streets,
rVSAA, ON SUERTZER, HUMPHREVILLE
J & 1UEFFER, manufacturers of
TIN AND SHEET-IRON WORK,
and dealers In GAS FIXTURES AND HOUSE
FURNISHINGGOODS. Special attention given
te PLUMBING, GAS and STEAM FITTING
Ne. 40 East King Street, Lancaster, Pa.
WM. P. FRAILEY'S
MONUMENTAL MARBLE WORKS
758 Nertn yueen Street, Lancaster, Pa.
MONUMENTS, HEAD AND FOOT STONES.
CEMETERY LOTS ENCLOSED, 4c.
All work guaranteed ana satisfaction given
b every particular.
N. B. Remember, works at 11m extreme ead
f North Queta, atroet. aWl
Philadelphia, April 22. Fleur firmer;
superfine $3 003 SO; extra U 004 50;
Ohie ami Indiana faniiiv $3 506 00 : Penn'a
tamilyiT50tfjG00; St. Leuis tamlly $3 T5C 33 ;
Minnesota lamlly $5 23g6 12 ; patent and high
grades $C 507 50.
ttye flour at $4 304 37.
Cornmeal Brandy wine unchanged.
Wheat higher; Xe. 2 Western Red $133;
Penn'a Bed $1 301 34 ; Amber $1 321 S3.
, Cern lirmer ; steamer 5152c ; yellow 5334c ;
! Oats til mer;Ne. l,46Xc; Xe. 2, 45c; Xe. S,
i 41c; Xe. 2 mixed 424".'c.
nye nrmiy neiu; western anu ra.tKs.jc.
Previsions steady ; mtss perk at $11 83 Q
11 50: beet hams $17 0017 50 ; India mess beel
$19 50: bacon smoked shoulders 5J57c; salt
4J4; smoked hams 9luc; pickled
Lard dull; city kettle 7c; loose butchers
yc; prime steam 7ic.
flutter quiet; creamery extra at 2S30c;
Uraaferd county and Xev Yerk extra
2C27c ; Western reserve extra at 2325c ;
de geed te choice 2023c : Rolls dull:
Penn'a extra 19ig2lc; Western reserve extra
Eggs steady; Penn'a llllc; Western
Cheese streng: Xew Yerk factory 15 15c ;
Western lull cream, goeil, 12K13c ; de halt
Petroleum dull ; Refined 7c.
Whisky at $110.
Seeds quiet: geed te prime cleverseed $C 23j
700; de timothy $2 90JO0; de flaxseed $1 75
New Yerk Market.
New Yerk, April 22. Fleur State and West
ern a shade lirmer and fair expert and jobbing
trade demand : superhne state $3 934 50;
extra de $1 504 73 ; choicede$4 805 00 ; lancy
$3030 00; round hoop Ohie $3 005 75: choice
de $3 80C 75; superfine western $3 734 50 ;
common te geed extra de $4 504 80 ; choice
dodo$4 757 00; choice white wheat de $4 S0
5 23; Southern quiet and steady; common te
fair extra $5 25&5 00 ; geed te choice de $5 C5
Wheat Spring about lc and Winter l??2c
better ami lairly active ; Xe. 1 White, April,
$1 2SJ4 ; de May, $1 2l ; de May $1 291 30 ;
de June $127J412S.
Cern ec better but quiet ; Mixed west
ern spot, 53(?55c ; de lutmc 17;($5ic.
Oats a shade stronger ; State 43fl34c ; West
fleet dull and prices unchanged.
Perk flrmer ; new mess $1750.
Laid quiet and firm; steam rendered $7 fit.
Whisky dull ; Western $10S10!).
Spirits of turpentine dull at 4445e.
Philadelphia, April 22
12:30 p. m.
PennaG's (third issue) 107
Philadelphia & Erie 10
Lehigh Valley. ttiM,
United Ces. et X. J lGf.
Xerthern Pacific 29
" Preierred hi
Xerthern Central :k
Lehigh Navigation 30
Central Transportation Ce. VA
Pitts , Titusvillc & Buffalo. l'JK
Little Schuylkill 55
Nkw Yerk, April 22.
X. Y. Central 1314
Adams Express Ill
Michigan Central 91 K
Michigan Southern 10S
Illinois Central 107
Cleveland A Pittsburgh 111
Chicago & Reck Island. 192
Pittsburgh & Fert Wayne.. 117:51
Western Union Tel. Ce 107J4
Teledo Wabash 41
New Jersey Central 7SJ
United States Bends and Sterling Kxchange.
(Quotations by B. K. Jamisen & Ce., S. W.
Cor. 3d and Chestnut Streets).
Philadelphia, April 22.
United States C's, 18S1, (registered). .106 106K
United States 5's, IbSl, (registered). .102102
United States 4's, 1891, (iegistered)10109
United States 4!'s. 1891. (counensl...l08i;tf109
I United States 4's, 1907. (registered).. 107107'4
unucu states currency i's ii ksvy1
Sterling Exchange 485 488
WANTED. EVERYBODY TO ADVEK
tise, free et charge, in the Intelligen
cer, who wants something te de.
WANTED A YOUNG MAN TO ATTEND
in restaurant. Apply at Hepple's Res
taurant, Penn'a R. R. Depot. ltd
OY WANTED AN INTELLIGENT BOY
about 14 years of age. Apply te
G. EDW. HEGENER.
Inquirer Printing Heuse,
53 and 55 North Queen street.
WANTED. A FEW TABLE BOARDERS.
Apply at 119 NORTH QUEEN STREET.
WAITED A FEW INTELLIGENT BOYS
te learn the Printing Business. Call in
person at the eflice of or direct letter te IN
QUIRER PRINTING AND PUBLISHING
COMPANY, Nes. 53 and53 North Queen Street,
Lancaster, Pa. alG-lwd
RAGS! RAGS! RAGS! RAGS WANTED.
Housekeepers take notice that we are
paying 3 cents a pound for MIXED RAGS.
casn paiu as seen as uenverea te
Ne. 235 West King Street.
WANTED RESPONSIBLE RESIDENT
agent ; in every city and town in the
United states. Exclusive Territory given te
an active, reliable man, te sell our Inks and
Mucilage, en a new plan. Great inducements
offered. References required. Fer full par
ticulars address Harrison Manufacturing Ce.,
Ne, 513 Broadway, New Yerk City. april-2td
UBLIC SALE OF ALDERNEY STOCK.
On SATURDAY, APRIL 24, 1880, will be
sold at public sale at the Park Grounds, Lan
caster city. Pa., the following Live Stock, te
wit : 12 head et Alderney Stock in geed condi
tion. Any person wishing te see the stock pre
vious te the sale can de se by calling at the
Park grounds. Sale te commence at 1 o'clock
p. m. of said day, when attendance will be
given dv jr. &URODEK.
Sam'l Hebs & Sejt, Aucts.
WM. R. GERHART,
(Solicitor of Patents)
Having opened communication with the
Patent Office at Washington, D. C, is pre
pared te push claims with promptness and
OFFICE-Second Fleer Ne. 34 NORTH BKS
STREETnext te Court Heuse.
THURSDAY EVEN'G, APBlL 22, 1880.
Washington, April 22. Fer the 3Iid
dle Atlantic states and Xew England, sta
tionary and falling barometer, increasing
southwesterly winds, wanner clear, fol
lowed by cloudy weather, and possibly light
Belegate Downey Invokes HiiMuieln the
Ueue or Representatives, and Is Con
fronted by an Envious Rlral
with the Very Prosaic Kales
of that Bedy.
Washington, April 22. A rather
singular tscene occurred iu the Heuse this
morning, in ine jxecera tnere appears a
speech in blank verse entitled "The
Immortal," which is copyrighted by Mr.
Downey (Wyoming), and which purports
e be in support of his bill providing
for the painting of biblical pic
tures en the wall of the capitol.
Mr. Garfield (Ohie) called attention te
this fact and moved that the speech ba re
ferred te the committee en rules te inquire
whether it is competent for a member te
copyright his speech, pointing, out at the
same time the dangers which might atteud
such a practice. Mr. Downey replied that
he had the opinion of the librarian of Con
gress upon the competency of his copyright
ing his work. He had no objection however,
te Mr. Garfield's motion. Mr. Cenger
(Mich.), however, did oppose it in a rather
amusing speech, in which he intimated
that Mr. Garfield was envious of the rising
young poet. The yeas and nays were or
dered en Mr. Garfield's motion, and during
the roll call the members separated into
groups, the singular speech being the sole
topic of conversation.
Garfield's motion was agreed te. The
Heuse then went into committee of the
whole en the naval appropriation bill.
The Subject Considered In the Senate.
In the Senate Mr. 3Ierrill submitted a
resolution instructing the printing com
mittee te take such measures as shall ex
clude Delegate Downey's copyrighted
argument from the Recerd, but after argu
ment it was withdrawn.
A Gift from Themas Jeffersen's Heirs.
After the expiration of the morning
hours the Scnate resumed consideration of
army bill. The reading of the bill
was interrupted by the receipt of
a message from R. B. Hayes inform
ing the Senate and Heuse of Repre
sentatives that the heirs of Themas Jeffer Jeffer
eon desired te present te the United States
flie desk ou which the Declaration of
Independence was signed. W. A. Wheeler
also laid before the Senate the joint
resolution passed by the Hense accepting
the gift, in the name of the nation and
thanking the donors.
Mr. Dawes said he could net suppose
that the Senate would object te a momen
tary interruption of its regular business by
se interesting a subject. He spoke in favor
of the resolution.
Nomination Sent te the Senate.
R. B. Hayes sent the following nomina
tion te the Senate te-day : Jeseph K. Mc Mc Mc
McCommen, of Pennsylvania, te be assist
ant attorney general of the United States.
Resignation of the British Fremier Accept
ed. Who Will be Heir ?
Londen, April 22. It is new certain
that the ministry has resigned.
Windser Castle, April 221 i m.
The queen has accepted Lord Beacons
field's resignation as prime minister and has
sent a special messenger te Lord Harting Harting
ten desiring his attendance at the castle.
The Evening Standard says : The queen's
messenger, after delivering despatches te
Lord Hartington this morning, proceeded
te the residence of Earl Granville, but it is
uncertain whether Earl Granville has ake
been summoned te Windser Castle.
North Carolina Republicans for the Back
Wilmington, K C, April 22. The
Star publishes an interview with the leader
of the Sherman movement here, in which
it appears that out of sixteen delegates te
the Chicago convention thirteen are for
Sherman and thrce for Grant.
THE PACIFIC COAST.
and Rain Reported from
San Francisce, Cal., April 22. Reports
from the Pacific railway report heavy
snows en the Central Pacific railway and
trains blockaded. Rain storms are report
ed throughout the state, and if the storm
continues there will be a general flood in
the Sacremente valley.
THE HULL FIRE.
Recovery of the Bedy of Anether Victim.
Ottawa, Canada, April 22. The body
of another victim of the Hull lire has been
found. It is that of a woman named
Gayatte. It was discovered terribly charred
in the ruins of her house.
THE MADISON SO.UARE ACCIDENT.
Twe Mere Victims Die of Their Injuries.
New Yerk, April 22. William Tiles Tiles
ten, another victim of last night's accident
at the Madisen Square garden, died te-day.
Anether, name unknown, also died te-day
at ths hospital.
NINETEEN FISHERMAN DROWNED.
Dreadful Calamity ou the Scottish Coast.
Londen, April 22. During a gale yes
terday en the Scottish ' coast nineteen fish
ermen were drowned.
THE ENGLISH TURF.
Klldare Wins the City and Suburban.
Londen, April 22. City and Suburban
handicap at Epsom was wen byllaster
Kildare. Leeville, second.
A Big Undertaking.
The Harrisburs Patriot has a herculean
job en hand, namely, te " kill dead " pelit
ically bamuel J. Tilden, 8am Randall,
Richard Vaux, Bill McMullin, the Lancas
ter Intelligencer, Jas. P. Barr, of the
Pittsburgh Pest, Jimmy Atwell and Tim
O'Leary, and has new just one week yet te
de the job in previous te the state conven
tion, and net one of them yet shows a sign
of and early death. It's awful te think
BOOTS AND SHOES.
T? A CV BOOTS. SHOES AND LASTS
TitXO JL made en a new principle, insur
ing comfort for the feet.
"DrifYTC lasts made te order.
TULTON OPERA HOUSE..
SATURDAY, APRIL 24, 1880.
Engagement for One Night Only of the Emi-
Comedian and Character Acter,
Supported by his powerful
ppearlng in the original dramatie specialties
Ith which his name nas become inseparably
with which his name has become insenarablv
linked when will be presented the popular
.mencan jieiearama, ey
y MILTON NOBLES,
. MII.TON NOBLES.
As played by him ever 1,000 tunes.
ADMISSION. - - 35, SO&7SCU.
RESERVED SEATS, - - - 75 "
Fer sale at the Opera Heuse Office. a234td
MONDAY, APRIL 26, 1880,
Cellier's Union Square Theatre Company.
MR. JOHN D. MISIILER has the honor te
nnnounce having ettccted arrangements with
Mr. James W. Cellier for the complete produc
tion of the great Emotional Play, by the author
of the " T e Orphans," in Six Acts,
"A Celebrated Case,"
With the same Superior Cast that achieved Its
NO ADVANCE IN TRICES.
ADMISSION, - - 35, 5075Cts.
Reserved Seats at usual place. a22-4ld
After three years absence In Great Britain.Hol Britain.Hel
land.Germany, Austria and Swltzerland.where
they achieved unpurallelcd success,
THE ORIGINAL AND ONLT
Frem Nashville, Tenn.. will give one of their
original, unique and popular concerts at the
THURSDAY EVENING, ArRIL 22.
F. J. Leudln, Mabel Lewis, Gee. E. Barrett,
Jennie Jacksen, K. A. Hale, Maggie Perter,
Ella Sheppard and Pattl Malene.
Fer sale at Techer's.
FULTON Of ERA UOUSK.
ONE NIGHT ONLTt
FRIDAY, APRIL 23, 1880,
The Star Troupe of the World.
ORGANIZED IN 1862.
Frem their 11th St. Opera Heuse, Phila.
The Oldest Established and Most Successful
Entertainment in Existence.
The Management feels justly proud of the
wonderful success of this organization, which
new ranks as the Finest Musical Cempany.the
Greatest Rurlesque. and ahead of every Min
strel Organization In the' World In Artists and
J. L. CARNCROSS, Proprietor and Manager.
THE SPECIAL FEATURES:
THE SKTDMORE GUARDS,
And the Great Hit of the Season, played
nearly one hundred times,
On, SCENES IN PHILADELPHIA.
Every member of the Company appearing.
See bills. Deers open at 7 o'clock. Commences
at 8 o'clock.
ADMISSION, - - 35, SO & 75 Cts.
SECURED SEATS, - - - 75 "
Can be had at Opera Heuse Office.
TULTON OPERA HOUSE.
TUESDAY, APRIL 27th, 1880.
GREAT MUSICAL EVENT!
One night only et the Renowned
Grand English Opera Ce.
TnE LARGEST, STRONGEST AND MOST
COMPLETE IN AMERICA.
45 - ARTISTS. - 45
GRAND CHORUS AND ORCHESTRA
Production en the most elaborate scale e
Masse s Grand Romantic Opera,
"Paul and Vgim"
jO-Npw'Scenes, Superb Costumes and Nevel
Stage effect s.
Emma Abbett, Zelda Seguln, Tem Kar),
Pauline Mail re!. Emily Gilbert. William Mac
Donald, Ellis Ryse, Wallace Temple and H.
Warren in the cast.
POPULAR PRICES :
Parquet and Parquet Circle Sl.OO
(Ne extra for Reserved Scats.)
Admission te Gallery. SO
Reserved Scats in Gallery 75
The sale of scats will commence Thursday
morning, April 23. at Opera Heuse Office.
Opened this day Lets of
Wliite, GW&Fancy latHngs,
Next Doer te the Coart Hoase.
i1ARD TO THE LADIES!
Just received a Fine Line of
Philip Schum, Sen & Ce.'s,
38 & 40 WEST KINO STREETS.
Having added in connection with our Large
Stock or Carpets, Yarns, Ac, A FINE LINE OF
DRY GOODS, such as CALICOES. BLEACH
ED AND UNBLEACHED MUSLINS, TICK
INGS, COTTON FLANNELS. CASHMERES,
BLACK ALPACAS. SHEETINGS, NEW
STYLE OF SHIRTING, NEW STYLE DRESS
GOODS, TABLE LINENS, NAPKINS,
TOWELS, Ac, which we are selling at
"VTARCUS O. SEHNEK,
Ne. UB North PtIbm street.
Prompt aad partfcvlar attomtlea paid te al
ratios aad repairs. alMy ,