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LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER. THURSDAY. APRIL 29. 1880.
Events Acress the County Line.
Rev. W. R. Bingham, of Oxford, has had
t'iree cows te die from a disease called dry
Yesterday a pair of horses driven by
Frank Stump, of Spring Greve, Yerk
county, took fright and ran away. Mr.
.Stump was threwii out, the wagon passed
ever his legs, fracturing one of them above
the knee and badly bruising ether.
Sirs. Matthew Kail, who disappeared from
West Chester about two weeks age, was
found at Cochranville a day or two age.
She is or unsound mind, and had walked
all the way te Harrisburg and back. She
says she was en her way home when she
was discovered, and seems much amused
that anyone should have been worried
IfJames Tayler, eneiucer, of the water
works of the borough of Yerk, was run
ever by a train of cars in Yerk last even
ing, lie nati lietu legs cut en anu men
twenty minutes after the accident. Mr.
Tayler was a native of Philadelphia and a
brother of the register of that city. He
was 42 years old and leaves a wife and two
hmall children. About a year age one of
his sons was drowned in the Coderus
within a hundred yards of the spot at
which Mr. Tayler was killed, and the Yerk
Dally says Mr. Tayler is the lifth person
who has been killed in the immediate vi
cinity. feAVKD !
Ont of the Jaws of Death.
At 5:20 yesterday morning, as the fast
line came thundering into the depot, two
young women en their way te work in one
of the cotton factories stepped upon the
track. One of them saw the approaching
train in time te retreat, but the ether, ap
parently bewildered, remained en the track
only a short distance in front of the engine.
At this instant Jehn Cherry, a graduate of
the Intkllicexckk office, and new en
gaged in running a line of railroad
coaches, sprang toward the young woman
and with stalwart arm bore her from the
t nick. Se narrow was the escape that the
heavy iron pilot of the locomotive caught
1 he young woman's dress and the heavy
cress beam grazed Mr. Cherry's breast.
When the young woman fully realized the
uan-ew escape she hail made, she fainted,
and was carried into a neighboring house,
where she seen recovered.
t. U. A. M.
The annual session of the -state council
of Pennsylvania, O. U. A. M , will be held
in Wilkesbarrc, Luzerne county, com
mencing en the morning of Tuesday, May
1, 1SSD, at 10 o'clock. The amendments
te the state and subordinate council con
stitution, eflercd and laid ever at the last
adjourned annual, session will be consid
ered. The i sprcscntatives from this city are
Edward S. Siucltz, of Ne. 8, and Jacob
Wilhelm, of Ne. 3.
On Fiiday last Mrs. Elizabeth Urubaker,
residing at Bainl nidge, died very suddenly.
Her mother went te visit her en that day
and upon her asking for Mrs Urubaker she
was told by the children that they did net
knew where she was. Search was made and
Mrs. ISrubakcr was found up stairs in a
kneeling position en the lloer, and Deputy
Corener Erb held an inquest and a verdict
of death from heart disease was rendered.
A number of the gentlemen from this
city who were in Harrisburg yesterday in
attendance en the Democratic stale con
vention icturncd te this city en the late
trains List night. The delegates and some
ethers remained until te-day and they will
likely return this evening.
Te-morrow (Friday) evening the grand ball
of the employees of the Venn iron works will
take place iiithe opera house, which will be
lloeivd ever ami handsomely decorated for the
occasion. This, no doubt, will be the largest
ball ever held in this city. The pregrammes
te be given te thelaiUes in the grand inarch
aif very handsome and expensive. The grand
march will be conducted by Mr. Andrew
Feley and Mr. Jee Kenna, two of Lancaster's
well-knewm disciples of Terpsichore.
Nalvlniry's Troubaileurx. This evening the
famous Salsbury Troubadours will appear in
the opera house in "The Broek.'' Every mem
ber et this company is an artist and all stand
very high in the profession. They have trav
eled in all parts of the world and have every
where played te large houses. After closing
their traveling tour they will open an engage
ment in New Yerk, at the close of which they
go te Europe. They have net been in Lancas
ter ler live years, and they ought te have a
large house te-night.
Fen the benetit of all sufferers, be geed
enough te bring the wonderful effect el St.
Jac-eii's Oil betere the public. Fer twelve
long years my wile suffered with Neuralgia in
the head, and etten had the most terrible pains.
A few weeks age I bought a bottle et that won
derful remedy St. Jacob's Oil and am per
fectlv atenuhcd at its marvelous effect ; half
a bottle thoroughly cured my wife. I gladly
would have paid anv physician lifts oellars if
lie could have done the same ; therefore I wish
that everybody may learn te value this true
medicine. CnmsTiAN Hanxi,
nil-ay use SOZODOXT and rub it in well. It
gives such pleasant relief from patched tongue
resulting trem sleep, promotes the healthful
secretions of the mouth. It will cost mere
'or. meat and such things, but don't be
grudge ic a2G-lwdeedAw
IIavi no 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, Wright-sville, Pa.
DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET.
l-Oll DISTRICT ATTOltNKV.
Mi. F. MONTGOMERY.
SENATOR (13tll DISTRICT.)
.1. II. DOUGLASS.
(ASSEMBLY (2d DISTRICT.)
S. C. STEVENSON,
S. P. SHIRK.
(ASSEMBLY (3d DISTRICT.'
It. DAVIS YUNDT,
JACOli M. HAE.VLEN.
FOR VRISON lNSrECTORS
BAUTON M. WINTERS
POR 1-OOR DIRECTORS.
The business revival and new era et pros
perity which is new fairly inaugurated, is in
keeping with 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
Brown' Household ranacea
Is the most effective Fain 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 GREAT RELIEVER OF
PAIN. "BROWN'S HOUSEHOLD PANA
CEA " should be in every family. A teaspoon teaspeon teaspoen
iulof the Panacea in a tumbler ei het water
(sweetened, if preferred), taken at bedtime,
will BREAK UP A COLD. 25 cents a bottle.'
Fer sale at II. 15. Cochran & Ce's Drugstore
North Queen street. Lancaster.
Undoubtedly with children, attributed te ether
causes, is occasioned by Worms. BROWN'S
VERMIFUGE COMFITS, or Werm Lozenges,
although effectual in destroying worms, can
de no pesiblc injury te the most delicate child
This valuable combination has been succcs
tully used by physicians, and found te be ab
solutely sure in eradicating worms. Twenty
live cents a box. rianl5-lvl&wTuThAS
Why Wear Plasters?
"They may relieve, but they can't cure that
lame back, for the kidneys are the trouble and
you want n remedy te act directly en their se se
cietiens, te purify and restore their healthy
condition. Kidney-Wert has that specific
action and at the same time it regulates the
bowels perfectly. Don't wait te get sick, but
get a package te-day. and cure yourself.
Try Lecher's Renowned Cough Syrup.
Feil TniiOAT Diseases a"D Coueus.
"Ilrewn's Bronchial Troches," like all ether
really geed tilings, are frequently imitated,
and purchasers should be careful te obtain the
genuine article prepared by Jehn I. Brown A
Try Lechei's Renowned Cough Syrup.
I). Sullivan, Malcom. Ontario, writes: '-I
have been selling Dr. Themas' Eclectic Oil ler
some yearn, and have no hesitation in saying
that it has given better satisfaction than any
et her medicine I have ever sold. I consider it
the only patent medicine thatcures mere than
it is recommended te cure." Fer sale by II.
B. Cochran, druggist, 137 and 13'j North Queen
street, Lancaster. Pa. 30
Kidney-Weit has proved a most effective
cure ler Piles and Constipation be sure and
try it. a-JO-ludAcw
The Greatest Blessing.
A simple, pure, harmless remedy, thatcures
eveiy time, and prevents disease by keeping
the bleed pure, stomach regular, kidneys and
liver active, is the greatest biessing ever con
temn! upon man. Hep Bitters is that remedy,
and its proprietors are being blessed by thou
sands w he have been saved and cured by it.
Will you try it? See another column.
Try Lecher's Renowned Cough Syrup.
It matters net the age of sufferers from colds,
cough, or croup, "Dr. Sellers' Cough Syrup"
is geed for all alike. Price 25 cents.
Da. ItitewM'v " O. Ceudial has never
been taken b a .jeiic whom you could after
wards persuade te be without it. Try it, and
you will be se delighted that you will have all
your lriends using it It is for Coughs, Colds,
and all troubles et that nature. Get it lrem
your druggist, or send direct te thu proprietor.
Dr. Browning, 1117 Arch street, Philadelphia.
Genuine Hep Bitters are put up in square
paneled, amber-colored bottles, with white
label en one side printed in blade letters, and
green hop cluster, and en the ether side yellow
paper with red letters; revenue stamp ever
the cork. This is the only term in which gen
ome Hep Bitters arc put up, and the sole righ
te make, sell and use them is granted te the
Hep Hitters Manufacturing Company of Ro Re
clicster, N. Y., and Terente, Out., by patents,
copyright and trade mark. All ethers put up
in any ether way or by any one else, claiming
te be like it or pretending te contain hops, by
whatever names they may be called, are bogus
and unlit for use, ami only put up te sell and
cheat the people en the credit and popularity
of Hep Bitters. n2fi 2wd&w
Try Lecher's Renowned Cough Syrup.
"Since. taking 'Dr. Lindsey's Bleed Search
er' that old sere of mine is entirely cured."
Sold by all druggists.
N. McKae, Wyebriflge, Ontario, writes: "I
have sold large quantities of Dr. Themas'
Eclectic Oil ; it is used for cold. sere threat,
croup, Ac, and, in fact, for an v affection of the
threat it works like niaie. It is a sure cure for
barns, wounds and bruises." Fer sale by II.
B. Cochran, druggist, 137 and 13'J North Queen
street, Lancaster, Pa. .'15
Try Lecher's Renowned Cough Syrup.
Mutt's Endorsement of Speer's Pert
The following, lrem the celebrated Dr. Mett,
of New Yerk, speaks wonders for Mr Speer's
efforts te raise the Oporto Grape in New
Jersey. The Docter h:is spent years in Portu
gal and the wine districts of France, and
knows what he is talking abeut:
IK! Madisen Avente )
New Yerk, April 11, 1878. S
Ma. Alfred Speck. Dear hir: The visit
which 1 made last year te your Vineyards,
wine-prcssesand vaults at 1'as.saic, N. J., satis
liesmc thoroughly that the wines manufac
tured by you are pure and unadulterated, ami
the verv best that can be effeied te the public
for medicinal uses.
Acting upon my favorable impression at the
time, I have since recommended the Pert,
Wine; mere particularly In my practice, and
am satislied with marked benetit te my pa
tients. There can be no better proof te the doubting
mind, as te the Wine being made of the linest
Oporto Urape, than a visit te the acres of land
covered with the vine bearing the luxuriant
Irult. Wishing you success in yourpraisc yeurpraisc yourpraisc
wei thy enterprise,
I remain respectfully yours.
ALEX'R. MOTT, M. D.,
Prof, of Surgery, Bellevue Hospital Medical
College, Ac., Ac.
This wine is endorsed by Drs. Atlee and
Davis, and sold by II. E. Slaymaker.
Paiusii 1 Jockey. On the 28th inst.. bv the
I!i!i. Father Kaul, at the parsonage. Mr. sam'l
T. Parish te Miss Viela Reekev, both of this
city. " ltd
Bai-sman Franklin. April 2S, 1830, at the
residence of the bride's lamer, 337 West Chest
nut stieet, Lancaster, by the ltt. Kev. M. A. De
Wolfe Howe. D. I),. bishop et' Central Penn
sylvania, assisted by the Rev. F. D. Heskins.
of Eluiirn, N. Y., J. W. B. Bailsman, esq., te
Annette, daughter of Hen. Thes. E. Frankliu,
both of this city.
2fff BUSHELS BEST WHITE WEST
,UUU ERN Oats just received and ler
sale by JOHN OCHS,
3G4 and 3115 Seuth Queen Street,
ltd Lancaster, Fa.
j A red and white spotted cow with short
tail and hair rubbed oil en back of neck. A
suitable reward will be paid en her return te
Cll East Orange street. ltd
OliAI.KI) PROPOSALS WILL KE
cj'ivcd by the r inance Committee up
o'clock en Friday evening, April 30, 1880, for
the making out of the City Tax Duplicate for
lsse. Te be endorsed "Proposals for City Tax
Duplicate.'' and addressed te the Finance
Committee. Proposals te be lett at the otliccef
Alderman Barr, 17 south Duke street.
The committee reserves the right te reject
any oral! bids received.
I!y order et the Finance Committee.
aii-Jtd J. K. BAKU, Clerk.
Office Susquehanna Canal Company, 1
Cor. Lexington and Davis Streets, S
Baltimore, April 20, 18S0.
"OTICE IS UEKEHT GIVEN THAT A
General meeting of the Stockholders of
this company will be held at the office in Balti
more, en Monday, May 10, 1880, between the
houtsef3:30and 4:30 p. in., for the election of
efticers and managers for the ensuing year.
The transfer books will be closed en Saturday,
May 1, and remain closed until after the elec
tion. Bv order of
api-29-9td UOBEKT D. BROWN, Trcas.
WM. R. GEEHART,
(Solicitor of Patents)
Having opened communication with the
Patent Ollice at Washington, D. C, is pre
pared te push claims with promptness and
OKFICE-Secend Fleer Ne. 34 NORTH DUKE
STREET, next te Court Heuse.
TU. :. H. BROWN,
PHYSICIAN, SUKGEON and ACCOUCHEUK,
Ne. 164 East King Street.
A New Feature of our business will be the Manufacture of JEWELS Y
in our Factory. We have just completed a substantial brick factory
building', 16x35, which is flttted up with the machinery, tools and appli
ances necessary for the production of first-class goods, and put in
charge of competent workmen.
This department will be a great cenvenienca te ourselves and our
customers, enabling us te fill special orders in very short time. Old
jewelry or coin lefc 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 Jewelry will be given
Estimates and designs for Society Pins, Badges or Rings will be fur
nished en short notice.
H. Z. RHOADS & BRO., Jewelers,
Ne. 4 West Kins: Street.
HULTON OPERA HOUSE.
ONE NIGHT OXLT:
SATURDAY, MAY 1, 1880,
Mr. Jeseph Jeffersen
dip Tffl mi'
Supported Uy His Own Company.
ADMISSION, - - 35, 50, 7C Cts. St S1.00
According te Location.
.31 a sag eh.
Sale of reserved seats commences at Opera,
house efllce, en Wednesday morning, April 28.
TnULTON OPEKA HOUSE.
THE FASHIONAHLK EVENT. POSITIVE
LY ONE NIUIIT ONLY.
THURSDAY APRIL. 29, 1880.
CAKNIVAL NIUIIT OF FUN, under the
management of Mr. C. D. Hess, the Popular
Opera Manager. Thcueild renowned SALS
In their Grand Production et theirewn Laugh
able Musical Extravaganza entitled
OK, THK JOLLY DAY AT THE PIC-NIC,
as played by the ladies and gentlemen of this:
organization for the past live years in all parts
of America, Australia, New calami, Tasmania
and the Sandwich Islands. Having just closed
a four weeks' engagement at Haverly'.s The
atre, New Yerk city, and return te Daly's New
Theatre ler the month et May.
Popular Prices, - - 3.1, no & 75 Cts.
Seats secured at Opera Heuse Olllce.
Brandy as a ledicine.
The following article was voluntarily sent te
Mr. II. E. Slaymaker, Agent ler Reigart's old
Wine Stere, by a prominent practising physi
cian et this county, who has extensively used
the Brandy referred te in his tegular practice.
It is commended U the attention et thesu af
Indigestion and Dyspepsia.
BRANDY AS A MEDICINE.
This new much abused Alcoholic btinniliutr
was never intended as a beverage, but te l
used as a medicine of great potency in thecuri thecuri
el some of thu destructive diseases which
sweep away their annual thousands of victims.
With a purely philanthropic motive we pre
sent te the lavernble notice of invalids espe
cially these alllicted with that miserable li
ease Dyspepsia, a specific remedy, which is
nothing mere or less than
The aged, with leeble appetite and mere or
less debility, will find this simple medicine,
when used properly,
A Sovereign Remedy
or all their ills and aclics. Be it, however
strictly understood that we prescribe and us
but one article, and thyt is
REIGAIIT'S OLI) BHANDT,
Sold by our enterprising young friend, II. E
SLAYMAKER. This Brandy has steed the
test ler years, and has never failed, as tar
as our experience extends, and we therefeie
give itthe preference ever all ether Brandies,
no matter with hew manyjaw-breaking French
titles they are branded. One-!eurth of the
money that is yearly thrown away en various
impotent dyspepsia specilics would sutlice te
buy all the Brandy te cure any such ease or
cases. In proof of the curative powers et
Reigart's Old Brandy,
In cases of Dyspepsia, we can summon mini
hers of witnesses one case in particular we
A hard-working farmer had been auiictcd
with an exhaustive Dyspepsia ler a number of
years; his stomach would reject almost every
kind of feed; he hail sour eructatiens con
stantly no appetite in fact, he was obliged te
restrict his diet te crackers and stale bread,
and as a beverage he used McGrann's Reet
Beer. He is a Methodist, and then, as new,
preached at times, and in his discourses often
declaimed earnestly againstall kinds of strong
drink. When advised te try
Reigart's Old Brandy,
In his case, he looked up with astonishment,
but after hearing of its wonderful clfects in
the cases of some of his near acquaintances, he
at last consented te fellow our advice. He
used the Brandy faithfully and steadily; the
first bottle giving hiin an appetite, and before
the second was taken he was a sound man. with
a stomach capable of digesting any thing which
he chose te cat. He still keeps it and uses a lit
tle occasionally; and since he has this medi
cine he has been of very little pecuniary bene
fit te the doctor. A Practisine Physician.
H. E. SLAYMAKER,
Eeigart's Old Wine Stere,
Established in 1785,
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
FINE OLD BRANDIES, SHERRIES, SUPE-
UIOR OLD MADEIRA, (Imported in ls'18,
1827 and 1S2S,) CHAMPAGNES O
EVERY BRAND, SCOTCH ALE
PORTER. BROWN STOUT.
Ne. 29 EAST KING ST.. LANCASTER. I'A
SOU SALE OH JCEXl.
S. The second story
et Eshlcman & Bath-
von's Banking Heuse, at Centre Square, and
also a room en second story, opposite the
Penn'aU. It. Depot, en Chestnut street.
B. F. ESIILEMAN.
y-2td&Stf At tonic v-atLaw
JL? One room,
Ne. 43K North Queen street.
suitable ler photograph gallery, formerly oc
cupied by J. S. Saurmun. Apply te
aj-tfd THOS. BAUMGARDNER.
A COLLAR FACTORY AND LEATHER
STORE FOR RENT. A well Established
Cellar Factory and Leather Stere ler rent.
Alse suitable ler any ether business. Apply te
f25-Tu,Th&Stfd JOHN A. SjIIOBEK.
On MONDAY, MAY 3, 18rt), the under
signed will sell at Fred. Brimnier'.sslables.Lan
caster city, 32 head of Fine Canada Horses.
Seme are heavy draft, some geed drivers and
a Few Fine Breed Mares.
Sale te commence at 12 o'clock m.
Sam'l Hess & Sen, Aucts. apr.MJ-3td
EXECUTOR'S SALE OF HOUSEHOLD
and Kitchen Furniture. On FRIDAY,
APRIL 30, 1880, at Ne. 122 North Mary street
Lancaster city, Pa., will be sold the following,
te wit : Several Bedroom Sets of Furniture,
Second-hand Piane, Leeking Glasses, Tables,
Chairs, Beds and Bedding. Carpets, Glass,
Quccnsware and Tinware, and ether articles
tee numerous te memtien. Sale te commence
at 9 o'clock sharp. EDWARD FKANKE,
Sam'l Hess & Sex, Aucts. apr23-4td
ft EORGE FLICK,
Ne. 15 West German Street.
Birds and and animals stuffed ou reasonable
LEG AX, NOTICES.
"INSTATE OF JAMES W.
JUi of Lancaster City, deceased.-
betters et ad
ministration en said estate having been grant
ed te the undersigned, all persons indebted
thereto are requested te make immediate pay
ment, and these having claims or demands
against the same will present them without de
lay for settlement te the undersigned, or her
attorney, J. L. Stcinmetz.
J. L. STEiNMETR,Att'y. m'J7-6tdeaw
JSTATE OF ISAAC WARKEN, LATE OF
Zi 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 anions these legall.v entitled
te the same, and te pass upon exceptions filed
te said administrator'sacceunt. will attend for
that purpose en FRIDAY, the S)th day of
APRIL, A. D. 1880, at 2 o'clock p. m., iu the
Library Beem of the Court Heuse, in the city
of Lancaster, where all persons interested in
said distribution and exceptions raav attend.
D. 1. ROSENMILLEU, Jr.,
ESTATE OK ISARIIAKA KOSENEELT,
late of Lancaster city, Pa., deceased. The
undei signed auditor, appointed te distribute
the balance remaining in the hands et Jehn B.
Lebkicher, executer et the last will and testa
ment et the said Barbara Resenfelt, deceased,
te and among these legally entitled te the
same, will sit ler that purpose en FRIDAY,
APRIL 3D. 18S0, at 10 o'clock a.m., in the Libra
ry Roem et the Court Heuse, in the city et
Lancaster, where all persons interested in said
distribution may attend.
GEO. REIMENSN YDER, Att'y at Law,
INSTATE OF A. II. WEIGLE, LATE OF
It Lancaster city, deceased. The undersign
ed Auditor, appointed te distribute the balance
remaining in the hands of C. II. Weigle, Ad
ministrator, te and among these legally en
titled te the same, will sit for that purpose en
TUESDAY, APRIL 27, 1SS0. at 10 o'clock a. in.,
iu the Library Roem of the Court Heuse, iu
the city of Lancaster, where all persons inter
ested iu said distribution may attend.
T. B. HOLOHAN,
INSTATE OF ANNA M.
Jji late el the City of Lancaster,
Letters et 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 iu Lancaster City.
MRS. E. E. PATTERSON,
J. W. F. Swidt. Administratrix.
J7STATE OF KILLIAN BECK, LATE OF
11 the City et Lancaster, deceased. Letters
testamentary en said estate having been
granted te the undersigned, all persons in
debted te said decedent are requested te make
immediatesettlenient,and these having claims
or demands against the estate et said decedent
te make known the same te the undersigned
without delay, residing iu the Citv of Lancas
ter. ANDREW SHltEINER,
ASSIGNED ESTATE OF MARTIN O.
St irk 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 benetit el creditors, te and among these
legally entitled te the same, will sit ler that
purpose en WEDNESDAY, the 12th day of
MAY, 1.389, 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. K, WILSON,
INSTATE OF MARTIN SNAVELY. LATE
2i et Drumore township, deceased. The un
dersigned Auditor, appointed te distribute the
balance remaining in the hands of Abraham
Suavely, Administrator et said deceased, te
ami among these legally entitled te the same,
will sit for that purpose en MONDAY', MAY 3,
18S0, at 10 o'clock a. in., in the Library Beem of
the Court Heuse, in the city of Lancaster,
where all persons interested in said distribu
tion may attend.
INSTATE OF WILLI AM TWEED, LATE
J et Slrasburg township, deceased. The
undersigned Auditor, appointed te distribute
the balance remaining in the hands et'H. N.
Breueman, Administrator, te and among these
legally untitled te the same, will sit ler that
purpose en THURSDAY, APltIL 2!, 1SS0. at 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 may
attend. B. F. EMILEMAN,
INSTATE OF DAVID FISHER, LATE OF
.J Manhcim Borough, deceased. Letters of
administration en said estate having been
granted te the undersigned, all persons in
debted thereto are requested te make immedi
ate payment, and these having claims or de
mands against the same, will present them
without delay ler settlement te the undersign
ed, residing in Man helm Borough, Lancaster
County. SUSANNA FISHER.
Sam'l II. Price, Attorney. ml"-itw
WANTED. EVERYBODY TO ADVER
tise, free el charge, in the Intelligen
cer, who wants something te de.
-Vir ANTED A YOUNO MAN WANTS A
y situation, is willing te de anything. De
sires te learn a geed trade. Call or address
ltd GEO. MACK, Keystone Heuse.
"V"ANTED A YOUNG COLORED MAN
' wants a situation us waiter, in either a
hotel or private family. Apply at this Office.
1 r ANTED. A
YOUNG MAN WANTS A
T T Situation.
Is williiiL' te de anvthlnir.
Desires te learn a (reed trade. Reference
;iven. Call or address ler two days
ltd Keystone Heuse.
DAGS! KAGS! KAGSi RAGS WANTED.
LV Housekeepers take notice that we are
paying 3 cents a pound for MIXED BAGS.
Cash paid as seen as delivered te
aprO-Smd , Ne. 235 West King Street.
Without a doubt furnish the FINEST IN
STRUMENTS in the Market. Warerooms 320
North Queen street. Manufactory in the rear.
Branch Office, 15 East King Street.
Alex. McKillips, Proprietor.
Alse Agontler Lancaster County for
CHICKERING& SON'S Celebrated
A Full Line et Sheet and ether Music, Small
Instruments. Violins. Banjos, Band Instru
ments, &c, always e hand. f!3-lydS&ly w
Nearly every Sewing Machine agent claims
te have the simplest machine. Frem the pri
vate books of Sewing Machine makers and at
tachment dealers, we learn the following
American Machine has 135 parts
Demestic " ' 88 '
Howe " " .'..244 "
New Heme " " 133 "
Remington " " 131 "
Singer " H2 "
Weed " 122 "
White " 134 "
Wheeler & W ilsan.Ne. 8,has 151 "
THURSDAY EVENING, APRIL 29, 1880.
ETEKYTHING WORKING SMOOTHLY.
Dill Temporary and Monaghan Permanent
Chairman. An Early Adjournment
Special Dispatch te the Ijitelligexckr.
Harrisburg, April 29. Everything is
working smoothly and harmoniously. Dill
temporary and Monaghan permanent chair
man by acclamation. The resolutions com
mittee are new in session and the conven
tion is waiting for them. Dclegates-at-large,
electors, district delegates and state
candidates will be chosen and adjourn
ment had by 1 o'clock. " W. U. H.
THE UPPER DISTRICT.
Mr. Grler's Contest Falls Through.
Special Dispatch te the Intelligencer.
Harrisbcrg, April 29. The committce
en contested seats dismissed Grier's con
test as without the slightest foundation.
W. U. II.
A BREEZE RAISED.
Lively Contest Over a Resolution In Faver
of the Unit Rale.
Special Dispatch te the Istellieescer.
Harrisbukg, April 29. The resolutions
committee voted down Hancock instruc
tions, 31 te 15. Reported last year's plat
form substantially. They also reported in
favor of the unit rule, 23 opposing it. Sow Sew
den reported for the minority against it
and a big fight ensued, Wallace favoring
and Randall opposing fclie unit rule.
W. U. II.
THE UNIT RULE DEFEATED.
Cassidy, Stenger, Scott and Speer Delegates-
at-Large. Jenks for Supreme Judge.
Special Dispatch te the Intelligekcer.
Harrisburg, April 29. The ijiet has
again subsided into a love feast and Cassi
dy, Stenger, Scott and Spcer were eleetcd
delcgates-at-large and 3Ienaghan elector-at-large
by acclamation. Playford will be
the ether elector, and Gee. A. Jenks for
supreme judge. Unit rule beaten by two
votes. W. U. H.
Jenks for Supreme Judge, Decliert for Audi
tor General and Dill for Chairman of
the State Connnittee Cennnittee
Special Dispatcn te the Intelligencer.
Harrisburg, April 29. Philadelphia
and Allegheny co-operating, Geerge A.
Jenks was nominated for supreme judge
by 40 majority ever E. J, Fex, and Rebert
P. Decliert for auditor general ever Hcr
rick by 50 majority. Wallace supported
Fex and Hcrrick. Dill was made chair
man of the state central committee by ac
clamation. Geerge Ress was recommended
for national committee. W. U. H.
PROCEEDINGS IN Df.TAIL.
Repert or the Committee en Contested Seats
Harrisburg, Pa., April 29. The Dem
ocratic convention was called te order this
morning at half-past nine. The special
committee en credentials shortly appeared
and made their report through Mr. Dill.
The committee reported that their
decisions had been arrived at unan
imously in each case, and that
in the case of the contest in Philadelphia,
while the Vattx delegation admitted that
the McGowan delegates were regularly
elected under the established rules of the
party, yet for the sake of having a united
party in Philadelphia both sides were
anxious te secure harmony and concerted
action. The committee will therefore meet
in Philadelphia at some future day and
make such rules for the organization
of the Democracy in Philadelphia as
in their judgment may be deemed neces
sary. They will determine what the reg
ular organization shall be and hew it is te
be made up. Each delegation is te be ad
mitted te seats in this convention and
each delegate te cast one-half of one Tete
through its chairman. The report was
then adopted and the roll of delegates was
The names of district delegates te Cin
cinnati, from Philadelphia, as decided
upon by the special committee, arc as fol fel
First district Gcerge McGowan, Dallas
Second district Jehn R. Read, Rebert
Third district Themas J. Bargcr, "Win.
Fearth district Henry S. Denaghuc,
Fifth district Frederick Gerkes, Ed
ward ii. uioer.
Mr. Dill Temporary Chairman.
At the conclusion of the roll call R. JE
Monaghan neminacd A. II. Dill for tempo
rary chairman, and that gentleman was
unanimously chosen for the position. Mr.
Dill en taking the chair merely expressed
his thanks for the honor.
Order of Business Agreed On.
It was resolved that the order of busi
ness should be as fellows : Appointment
of committees en organization and resolu
tions ; all resolutions te be referred te the
latter without debate. Election of dele-gates-at-largc
and of electers-at-largc.
Nominations for judge of the supreme
court and auditor general ; and appoint
ment of representative delegates, electors
and members of the state central commit
tee. Mr. Monaghan Permanent Chairman.
After the appointment of the commit
tees en resoluteons and organization, and
before proceeding with the regular order
of business, R. E. Menagham was nomi
nated and harmoniously elected as per
manent president. Mr. Monaghan said
that four years age he had
been similarly honored by a conven
tion which assembled at Lancaster.
Tilden and Hendricks were prevented by a
stupendous fraud from occupying the pe- j
sitiens they were elected te, but the great
Democratic party, true te its history and
principles, counseled peace rather than
confusion, and are waiting until Novem
ber next, when the people of the United
States will approve their course by elect
ing the Democratic candidates, when they
shall and they must be inaugurated. The
future is a bright one .for the Democratic
party and gives brilliant premise of happy j
When the chair anneupced the delegates
te Cincinnati from the Twenty-sixth dis"
trict, quite a wrangle took place as te who
were the nominees made by the delegation
from that district. This dispute lasted for
nearly an hour before it was decided.
The committee en resolutions appeared!
and made their report. The resolutions are
as fellows :
Jiesehed First That the Democrats of
Pennsylvania, in convention assembled,
renew our vow of fidelity of the
fundamental principles proclaimed and
practiced by the illustrious men who
settled our free institutions and founded
the Democratic party te protect and pre
Second That the just powers of the
federal uuien, the rights of the state?, and
the liberties of the people, are vital parts
of one harmonious system, and te save
each part in its whole, constutieual vigor
is te "save the life of the nation."
Third That the Democratic party
maintains, as it ever has maintained, that
military are and ought te be in all things
subordinate te civil authorities. It denies.
as it ever has denied, the right of the
federal administration te keep en
feet, at the general expense, a standing
army te invade the states for political pur
poses, without regard te constitutional re
strictions, te control the people at the polls,
te protect and encourage fraudulent cenuts
of votes, or te inaugurate candidates re
jected by the majority.
Fourth That the right te a free ballet
is the right preservative of all rights and
the only means of peacefully redressing
grievances and reforming abuses. The pres
ence at the polls of a regular military force
and of a host of hireling officials claiming
power te arrest and imprison citizens
without warrant or hearing, destroys
all freedom of elections and upturns
the very foundation of self-government.
We call upon all iroed citizens te aid us in
preserving our institutions from destruc
tion by these imperial methods of super
vising the right of suffrage and
coercing the popular will ; in keep
ing the way te 'the ballet box open
and free, as itjwas te our fathers ; in re
moving the army te a safe distance when
they assemble te express their "sovereign
pleasure at the polls ; and in securing
obedience te their will when legally ex
pressed by their votes.
Fifth That Rutherford B. Hayes, hav
ing been placed in power against thovell thevell thovell
knewn and legally expressed will of the
people, is the representative of a con
spiracy only, and his claim of right te sur
round the ballet boxes with troops and
deputy marshals te intimidate and ob
struct electors, and his unprecedented use
of the veto te maintain this,is an insult and
a menace te the country.
Sixth That the Democratic party, as of
eixl, tavers a constitutional currency el
geld and silver and of paper convertible
Seventh We are opposed te the system
of subsidies by the general government
under which during the period of Republi
can ascendency political rings and corpora
tions pi eiited at the people's expense, and
te any appropriations .of public money or
public credit te any ebjeetbut the pub
lic service. The reforms and economies
enforced by the Democratic party since its
advent te power in Congress have saved te
the people many millions of dollars, and
we believe that alike result would fellow
its restoration te power in the state of
Eighth That the Democratic party, bo be
ing the natural friend of the werkiugman,
and having throughout its history steed
between him and oppression, .renews its
expression of sympathy with labor and its
premise of protection te its lights.
Ninth That we leek with alarm and
apprehension upon the pretensions of the
great transportation companies te be
above the fundamental law of this com
monwealth, which governs all else within
our borders, and until they accept the con
stitution of 1873 in geed faith they remain
the objects of the utmost vigilance and
iealeusv bv the Legislature and people.
Tenth That the recent attempt under
personal direction of ruling Repub
lican leaders te debauch the Legislature
by wholesale bribery and te take
from the commonwealth four million
dollars for which its liability lrul never
been ascertained, is fresh and alarming
evidence of the aggressiveness of
political rinirs and should receive the
signal condemnation of the people at the
Eleventh. That the great frud of 187G
77, by which upon a false count of the
electoral vote, a man was seated in the
presidential chair who had net been
elected, and for the first time in Ameri
can history the wil I of the people was set
lujde under a threat of military force,
wa the most deadly blew ever aimed at
eurystem of representative government.
Te preserve the country from the horrors
of a focend civil war the Democratic party
submitted, in iirm and patriotic faith that
the people would peacefully ledrcss the
great wrong and signally rebuke the crime
when they fjheuld come te vote in 1880.
That issue prcaedes and dwarfs every ether.
It imposes a mere sacred duty upon the
people of the Union than ever addressed
the consciences or a nation of freemen.
Resolved, That iu xienfirmity with the
time-honored customs of the Pennslyvania
Democracy, and te the end that our great
commonwealth shall net be deprived of her
legitimate influence, her .delegates te the
national convention are, instructed te vote
as a unit upon all questions, and they arc
further instructed te oppose the abroga
tion of the two-thirds rule.
As stated above in our special advices,
the preposition that the delegation vote as
a unit was defeated by two voles after
much feeling, the resolution being i, warm
ly espoused by Mr. AVallacc and opposed
by Randall. Eds. Intelligencer.
A GLANCE OVER THE BODY.
Seme of the Notables Who Compese the
When Speaker Randall entered the con
vention hall there were waving of hats and
cheering and cries for " Randall. " The ob
ject of these distinguished attentions walk
ed down the centre aisle ana seated uimseii
between Jehn Donahue and Martin F.
Killacky, with Hen. Jeseph Tatem and
the Hon.Rebert Lystcr Smith immediately
behind, shouting with all their might.
The county committeemen were seated en
the right side of the parquet, in the places
assigned at Republican conventions te the
leaders. When Vaux appeared there was
another yell. The ex-mayor, with courtly
manner, bowed and took bis scat in front of
Randall. Then 'Squire McMullin rushed in
te consult, but rushed out again before
the galleries could gain their breath. Be
hind the Vaux people were the regulars
from Philadelphia, with Messrs. Barger,
Josephs and AI. Crawford in the front.
On the ether side of the parquet were
ranged some of the keenest intellects of
the Pennsylvania Democracy. Seated
together en the front row were three
distinguished men-ex-Congressman Steng
er, a dark-featured, young-looking man,
the most rabid Tilden man perhaps in
Pennsylvania ; R. Bruce Petrikeu and
ex-Congressman Jenks, who made a
powerful argument for Tilden before
the electoral commission. On the
next row were Frank A. Beamish and the
Luzerne delegates, Near the centre aisle
were Gen. Sewden and ex-Congressman
Stiles, both of Lehigh. Hensel, of the
Lancaster Intelligencer, who generally
carries two or three political plat
forms in his coat-tails for emer
gency's sake, headed the Lancaster delega
tion. Malcolm Hay, Hepkins and Frank
Hutchinson were conspicuous among
the Pittsburgh representation. Senater
Wallace located near the centre aisle just
outside of the parquet. R. Milten, Speer
and Dill flanked him, but Speer after
ward took a scat nearer te the stage, and
Dill went ever te the side of the house
where Uncle Jake Zcigler buzzed continu
ally. The galleries were packed. Jere
McKibben, of the Girard house, leek-
ing like the picture of the Czar Alex
ander, steed up in the mainaisle
unable te find a seat. Away ever en the
left side was Congressman Wise, who in
Washington is called Oleomargarine Wise,
becase he says oleomargarine is better than
butter. The stage also was packed, and
with the same men who appear there con
vention after convention, year after year.
The presence of Representative Charles S.
Wolfe, of Union county, was remarked
upeu as unloekcd for in a Democratic con
vention. Wolfe is here te attend te the
riot bribery trials, which will be resumed
Washington, April 29. Fer the Mid Mid
dle and New England states, stationary
or rising followed by falling barometer,
southeast winds, veering te southwest,
slightly warmer cloudy weather and rain.
One of the greatest difficulties archi
tects and builders have hitherto encounter
ed is the devising of a method by which
ventilation from the top of a window may
be secured without subjecting the occu
pants of a room te injurious draughts of
air. A Canadian invention is described in
the Scientific American, for which is claimed
this desideratum. It is independent of
the sash, does net interfere with the low
ering or raising of it, obviates the neces
sity of hanging them with weights te se
cure ventilation, and docs net interfere
with the hanging of the curtains in the
New, if all this can be substantiated in
practice, our school authorities should im
mediately seek out the inventor and have
him apply his patent te the win
dows of our badly ventilated school
houses. It is simply cruel te sub
ject little children, as is se frequently
done in tike public schools, te draught?
from open windows, and yet there seems
te be no alternative, unless it be that they
stiller equally from the inhaling of a
vitiated atmosphere. We make these sug
gestions, net in behalf of the inventor or
his agents, for we have never seen them,
but for the sake of humanity.
Philadelphia, April . Fleur dull nnd
weak; supertlnc $3003.rU: extra fl (JOJf te;
Ohie and Indiana tamilv $." 00; -25 ; l'enn'a
family ." 5UQG (W ; St. Leuis family $5 75fr0 ;
Minnesota family 5 50 12,'i; patent and high
Rye Heur at W 37.
Cemment Brandy wiue unchanged.
Wheat lower : Ne. 2 Western Red f 1 24 ;
l'enn'a Red $1 21; Amber I i".
Cern steady ; steamer 50rlc ; yellow SQfiSc;
Oats easier; Ne. 1. 4."Jc; 'Ne. 2, 4IKe: Ne.
3,42J43c; Ne. 2 mixed niHtliy.c.
Rye dull ; Western and Fa. s58."c.
Previsions quiet; miss Mrk at 11 25; beef
bams $17 50; India mess beef H'MQl'.iM: h.icnn
smoked shoulders 5J45c: salt 4iI4Hc;
smoked hams lt)Ilc; piekled ham- sj.j'g'J)-.
LardJiulet; eity kettle 8c; loose buieheis
tyc ; prime steam 7.c.
Butter dull and "easy ; creamery extra
2723c; Bradford county uud New Yerk extra
2I&2UC ; Western renervu extra at 22jd24c ;
de geed te choice IStfJ'ile : Rolls dull ;
l'enn'a extra I'JQllc; Western reserve extra
Eggs steady ; Penn'allc; Western 10)c
Cheese firm; New Yerk factory 14frl4J.e;
Western lull cream, lie; de for geed, rii:(c ;
de halt-skims lKvl-.'c.
Petroleum dull ; Ke lined 7e.
Whisky ntS! 10.
Seeds nominal; geed te prime clOYrrsred
$0 2511700; de timothy 2'J030O; de flaxseed
l Vi$l 70.
New Yerk Market.
Nkw Yerk. April 20. Heur fetate and West
ern buyers' favor and dull; su peril ne state $1
1 50 ;ext ra de $4 755 DO ; choice de ."" 0.'iir, 20 i
lancy $525f3C00; rouud;heop Ohie lu5 75 ;
choice de 5 80G75; superfine western S4 00
5 00: common te geed extra de$4 75510.;
choice dodo 5 757 00; choice white wheat de
$t80f$525; Southern dull and unchanged ;
common te fair extra $5 255 V0 ; gped te choice
de 5 57 00.
Wheat Spring dull ami nominal ; Winter
White l2cnnd Red l2ic lower, feverish and
unsettled ; Ne. 1 White, April. $1 2.'f; 221 ; de
May $1 20 ; Ne. 2 Red,April,$l 2U ; de May $1 ii
i -ZVL ; de Junc$122l 22,!'.
Cem dull and shade lower; Mixed western
spot, 52&.3,c ; de future 4753c.
Oats Iirm ; including Ne. 2 Ter May at 3SJ;
State 4l(g50e ; Western 3!n&:0c.
Beef dull and prices unchanged.
Perk lirmer ; new mess $175".
Lard quiet and Iirm; steam rendered $7 (JO.
Whisky dull; Western $i Urtfgl ou.
Spirits f turpentine dull at 4 1 13c.
Philadelphia, April 20
1230 p. M.
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Adams Express 1HK
Michigan Central 'M't
Michigan Southern 1074
Illinois Central h-"
Cleveland ft Pittsburgh 113
Chicago & Reck Island ISO
Pittsburgh & Fert Wayne.. 117
Western Union Tel. Ce W,y.
Teledo & Wabash :?
hew Jersey Central "K't
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United Suites r,'s, 1881, (registered). .106
United States .Vs, 1881, (registered). .102(102
United States 4"4's, 1801, (rcgistcred)UH100
United States 4's, 1801, (coupons)... Mfaiim
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