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LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENGER. SATURDAY. MAY 8, 1880.
Carrent Business Transacted This Slernine
Court met at 10 o'clock this morning
for the purpose of transacting current bus
iness. In the case of Susan Seitz, by her next
friend, Jeseph Mumma, vs. Christian Seitz
exceptions te master's report, Judge Pat
terson delivered the opinion of the court,
Mistiming the master's report.
Henry J. Lind, of this city, was divorced
from his wife, Ella E. Lind, en the ground
Jacob Shell, who was in prison for costs,
was discharged under the insolvent laws.
Catherine Bewers and Geerge Besslcy,
brought down te be discliarged, were sent
back again, the costs in their cases net
having been paid by the county. Netice
was directed te be served en their creditors
and their cases will be heard next Satur
day. By amistakc of the prison officials
a boy named Sickcls was In ought down te
be discharged under the insolvent laws,
the papers calling for Gideon Williams.
As he was about being discharged, Dep
uty Cleik of the Quarter Sessions Eaby
informed the court that at the April ses
sions defendant had been sentenced te an
imprisonment of SO days for assault and
battery. He was remanded te prison te
serve the balance of his teim, and Gideon
Williams will be hi ought down next Satur
day. A restaurant license was granted te
Peter C. Ileinfried at the Northern mar
A tavern license was granted te Arneld
J Lias, North Queen stiect.
A tavei n license wasicfused te Gustave
lieichman, .coiner Rockland and Lew
Jehn 11. Eib was appointed constable of
tfaitic township in place of Jacob H.
Slicuk, who declined te seive.
The Marietta Times says: "Fer a few
days the past week lafting was quite
brisk en the river, but the water fell
rapidly, and en Thursday only a fev
rafts passed te Peach Bettem. The course
fiein Marietta te that point was in fair
rafting condition yesterday, but owing te
the low water above, no rafts weie here te
run. Theie are new lying at Shamekiu
dam about 93 rafts waiting for water te
bring them down. During the past week
oak and pine timber sold at 13 and 22 cents,
and hemlock 9 and 11 cents ; pine beards
ruled at 18 and 19 cents, but there was
none in the market ; hemlock scantling
and beards sold at 11 and 12 cents. Al
though the rafting business i veiy dull te
what it was jcars age, yet it still brings
considerable money te Maiietta. About
100 rafts were sent thieugh te Pert De
posit this spring, and estimating the ex
penses paid te the pilots and hands for
running them down at $40 per raft, it
would amount te $1,000. In addition te
this it is believed that fully $1,000 mere
waslclt in Maiietti by lumbermen
ethers who came here en business."
The Columbia Spy says : The 2fcw Era
and Examiner are just new en veiy bad
terms. Editeis and reporters aie calling
each ether naughty names and saying veiy
naughty things about each ether. The lie
is ficcly given. One piper callsthelec.il
reporter or its ii.U a "lazy reporter,"
and the latter retorts by calling his rival
a "lying lcpei tcr." And while the repertcis
arc exchanging these endearing names, the
editors-in-chief are sajing veiy naughty
things of each ethci, tee. Judging from
what one says a stranger would naturally
infer th.it the associates and fi iends of the
ether were all criminals ; and vice versa,
that the cditei ials contained nothing but
lies, misrepresentations, deception, and
hypocrisy. We expect one of these bright
3Iay days te record the particulars of a
duel. Don't use such naughty words it
don't comport with the dignity and mis
sion of responsible journalism.
Wild Harry at What Glen Pic-nic.
An interesting feature of the pic-nic at
What Glen en Monday will be the presence
of Mr. llariy McAlpine, better known as
" Wild Harry," one of Gen Custer's fam
ous scouts and Indian hunteis, whose re
putation as a "dead shot" with a
rifle is widely known, and has occasioned
columns of comment in the newspapers.
He will give an exhibition of his skill at
the pic-nic, both at target and glass ball
sheeting. Among ether marvelous per
formances he sheets apples or potatoes elF
one's head, and sheets a 22 calibre bullet
through a hole barely huge enough te re
I'aul Oulgley's Case
Paul Quigley, charged with stealing fiem
the shed in the city reservoir park two pigs
of lead belonging te the city had a linal
hearing before Alderman McConemy this
morning. Jeseph Bestick, a dealer in old
metal, testified that Quigley offered te self
him t we pigs of lead, but that he would
net buy them, fearing they had been
stolen. Davis Kitch, superintendent of
the water weiks.idcntified the lead as th.it
stolen fiem the city. The accused was
committed te answer for the larceny at the
next term of Quarter sessions.
The fourth annivcrsaiy and icdcdicatien
of the Drumore Baptist church, will be
held en Saturday and Sunday, May 29 and
00. Rev. W. B. Owen, pastor, will be as
sisted by eminent preachers from Philadel
phia. The church will spare no pains te
make the occasion a grand success, and a
cordial invitation te attend has been ex
tended te the community.
The announcement that the fire appar"
atus and premises of the several lire com
panies of the city was te be inspected yes
terdry afternoon by the committee of
councils, was premature. The inspection
was dcfeiied en account of the absence of
the chairman of the committee, Walter M.
Franklin, esq., who was in attendance at
the supreme court, Hariisburg.
A Large Funeral.
The fuucral of Mrs. Mary Frceland, col cel col
ered, widow of the late Leuis Frceland.
took place from St. Mary's chinch this
morning and was very largely attended by
both white aud colored people. St. Bern
ard's benevolent society turned out in a
body. Father Christ, of St. Antheny's
church, sang the high requiem mass.
Christian Arleth, whose serious injury
"by a runaway team a few evenings since
was noted in these columns, has se far re-covered
as te be able te be about again.
The Microscepical society, of this city,
have received and accepted an invitation
from the Philosophical society of West
Chester te a public "microscepical soiree"
te be given in that place under the au
spices of the last-named society, next
Thursday evening. The Lancaster society
will probably be represented by Prof. J. P.
McCaskey.Mr. J. D. Pyott,Mr. W. F. Dun
can and Mr. E. W. ilcCaskey, who will
take with them five large microscopes with
which te exhibit the work that has already
been accomplished by this young and vig
orous oiganizatien. It is expected that
there will be upwards of a hundred micro
scopes bn exhibition at the soiree, includ
ing the fine instruntents of the two West
Chester societies, with many from Phil
adelphia and Camden.
The Lancaster society has lately received
a very fine oxy-hydrogen light of the latest
improved pattern, which it is proposed te
put into operation at au early day in per
suit of scientific study. It is especially
adapted te microscepical investigation, as
by its use, objects under the glass may
be thrown upon canvas and subjected
te the most minute examination. The
operation of the light was shown in this
city last winter at the astronomical lectures
of Procter and Warren.
Wife Heaters Locked Up.
Cisnnr Dittman. airestcd by Officer
Wcitzel en complaint of his wife, who
charges him with drunkenness and assault
and battery, was locked up for a hearing
before Aldei man McConemy en Monday
at 10 o'clock.
Frantz Keppcl, of St. Jeseph street, was
arrested this meining by the same officer,
charged by his wife with ciuelly beating
her and threatening her life. He was com
mitted for a hearing before Alderman Mc Mc Mc
Coeomy en Wednesday afternoon.
On Thuisday night or early yestciday
meining thieves attempted te bieak into
the saloon of Jacob Adams, under the Sor Ser
rel Heise hotel, en West King street.
Thcybieke off the lock of the deer but
nothing was taken by them. It is sup
posed that the attempt was made about 2
o'clock jcstciday morning, as the estler
of the hotel hcaid a noise at 'about that
time. It is likely that the thieves were
frightened off before they stele anything.
lien te Extinguish a Kerosene Fire.
It ought te be mere generally known
that w heat Heur is probably the best ar
ticle te tin ew ever a fire caused bv the spill
ing and igniting of kerosene. It ought te
be known because Heur is always within
convenient reach, and often valuable ar
ticles of clothing, blankets, etc., are de de
stieycd in extinguishing such fires. Ashes
or sand are equally as geed.
Three well soaked suckers were dragged
in last night by the police seine and pre
sented this meining te his honor the
mayor, who directed that they should be
put in pickle at Cattle Weise for a fort
night. G. A. IIniMvjr, Editor Republican, l'itt
btugli, I'.i , was cuiutl of Rheumatism by St.
There Is no sweetness in u kiss.
Unless your tcetli aie just like peail-.
Then would jeushaieits trembling 11 is-.
Use bOZODONT at once, sweet gills;
Fei it alone gil Cs te tbe nieutli.
White teeth and fragrance of the Seuth.
lreiii the Old "Salamander" Drug Heuse.
Chicago. 111., .Ian. 12, 1S).
Messrs. II. II. Warner A. Ce., Rochester, X. Y.:
Gentli.mi.- : We tuist our order will le.ich
you in season te be ieniitly tilled. The de
mand ler our S.ife Remedies, especially the
S.ile kidnej and Livei Cure, is continuous and
increasing, and our customers speak :n the
highest tenns of their value. Sc eial ceses of
ernes which hac tome under our observa
tion aie complete and most remarkable. Very
ti uly euis.
VAN scHAACK, STEVENSON & CO.
Trj Lechei's Renowned Cough Syrup.
stolen fimts may be sweetest, but when a
boy llnds himself in au apple tiee with a deg
at the toot he discovers that the apples aie
son i. Yeu can't patch up his wounded feel
ing w ith such tattv as that, but yen can patch
up his wounds with Dr. Themas' Electric Oil.
r ei 5ale by II. 1$. Cochran, druggist, 1 17 and 119
Xeith Queen street, Lancaster.
There is but veiy small proportion of the
women el this nation that de net sutler liem
some of the diseases ter which Kidney-Weit is
n specific. When the bow els have become cos ces
ti e. headache torments. Kidneys out et IK, or
piles distress, take a package, and its woncler wencler
lul tonic and reneTating power will cuieeu
and gi e new lite. mj J lwd&w
Listen te Tills.
The unbiased opinion et some et the most
intelligent medical men in this country and
Europe, suppeit the satement that Kidney Kidney
Wert is the greatest disco eiy yet, ler curing
Kidney and 11 er tieubles, piles and censtip i i
tien. It acts en both Kidneys and bowels at
the same time anil thus cleanses the w hole
system. n 3-lw d&w
And I pray dat de Lord take inc. till I tiled
"Sellers' Cough Syrup," an' I's nebbei cough
ed since. Hew's dat for high, boss?
Tiy Lechei's Renew ned Cough Syrup.
Late intentions, like the telephone and
multipljing slates, all tend te reduce the
labor and lexalieiis et business; but nothing
reliees a cold, cough or seie threat, like Di.
Themas' Elcctiic Oil. Try it: it is weith its
weight in geld. Fer Sale by II. B. Cechian,
diuggist, 137 and lSJXeith Queen stieel, Lan
Ilrenn's Household l'uiiaie.i
Is the most effectne Pain Destroyer in the
world. Will most surely quicken the bleed
w hetlier taken internally or applied externally
and thereby mere certainly RELIEVE PAIN,
w hcther chiemc ei acute, than any ether pain
allcwater, and it is warranted double the
strength et any similar preparation.
It cures piin in the Side, Back or Bowels,
Soie Threat, Rheumatism, Toethnche and ALL
ACHES, and is the GREAT RELIEVER OF
PAIX. "BROWN'S HOUSEHOLD PAXA
CEA" should be in eveiy family. Ateospoon Ateespoon Ateospeon
lulofthe Panacea in a tumbler et het water
(sweetened, if pretened), taken at bedtime,
will BREAK UP A COLD. 25 cents a bottle.
Fer sale at H. B. Ceehian & Ce's Drug Stoic
Xerth Queen street. Lancaster.
Undoubtedly w ith children, attributed toether
causes, is occasioned by Weims. BROWN'S
VERMIFUGE COM FITs, or Werm Lozenges,
although ellectu.il in destieying worms, can
de no pesible injuiy te the most delicate child
Tins valuable combination lias been success,
tully used by physicians, and leund te be ab
solutely sine in eradicating worms. Twenty
li e cents a box. f ianl5-lvli.wTuTliiS
Tiy Lechei's Renowned Cough Syrup.
Ge te II. B. Cochran, diuggist, 137 and 13'l
Xeith Queen street, Lancaster, for Afrs. Free
man's Xciv National Dyes. Eer biightnessand
dm.ibility et coleraieunequaled. Celer lrem
2 te 5 pounds. Price, 15 cents. 54
Bitej.cniTis. Threat Diseases often com
mence with a Celd, Cough, or unusual exer
tion of the voice. These incipient systems are
allayed by the use of " Brown's Bronchial
Troches," which if neglected often result In a
chronic disease of the threat.
H OUR DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT
We are showing an elegant line of all the Latest Novelties in Dress Goods, Silks aud Satins. In our NOTION DE
PARTMENT we are showing a large assortment of Laces, Hamburg, Edgings and Insertings, Indian Embroideries,
Corsets, Hosiery, Gloves, Buttens, Fans, Parasols and Sun Umbrellas. In our WHITE GOODS DEPARTMENT we
are showing an elegant line of Plain and Plaid Nainzoeks, Lace, Figured, Corded and Striped Piques, Victeria Lawns,
Lineu tie Iudes, Tarletaus, Swiss Muslins, etc.
IN OUB CARPET DEPARTMENT
We are showing all the Latest Styles in Bedy aud Tapestry Brussels, Extra Super Ingrains, Rag and ncrap Carpets,
Mattings, Fleer Oil Cleths, Window Shading and Fixtures, Rugs, Mats, etc. Our Prices arc
AS LOW AS THE LOWEST,
And our Stock the Largest in the city.
G-IVLEE, BOWEKS & HUEST,
25 East King Street, Lancaster, Pa.
Try I.echei's Renowned Cough Syrup.
Genuine Hep Bitters are put up In square
paneled, amber-colored bottles, with white
label en one side piinteil in black letters, and
gieun hepclustcr, and en the etherside yellow
paper w ith red letters ; revenue stamp ever
the cork. This is the only ierm in which gen
uine Hep Hitters are put up, and the sole righ
te make, sell and use them is granted te the
Hep Hitters Manufacturing Company of Ro
chester, N. Y., and Terente, Ont., by patents,
copyright aud 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, and only put up te sell and
cheat the people en the credit and popularity
of Hep Hitters. a2t 2w d&w
Bad bleed always causes trouble. It may be
a family light, or boils, pimples, itch, tetter,
&c; but no matter, "Dr. Lindscy's Rloed
Searcher"! the cure-all.
Try Lecher's Renowned Cough Syrup.
UiitimvAimi Mktziietil On the 4th inst.,
by Rev. Father Gretemjer, at St. Jeseph's
Catholic church, Mr Jacob Brannwaith te
Miss Maiy II. Metzreth, betli of this city.
:. ii. brown.
PHYSICIAN', SURGEON aud ACCOUCHEUR,
Ne. 1G4 East King Street.
api-21 3 dTu,Th&S& R
ONEY TO LOAN ON MOKltiAUF,
BAUSMAX & BURXS'S OFFICE,
1113-tfeedR 10 West Orange Stieet.
OCK HKEIl ON TAP TO-NIGHT AT
the Saleen of
Xe, IJ2S Xerth Qneen'Street.
MECHANICS, LABORING MEN A NO
ethers are lcspeetfullylnvitedteciill and
examine our new stock et Hats, Caps and
Gents' Furnishing Goods cheaper than ever.
1 td 51 Xoi th Queen Street.
GRAND SOCIAL PARTY WILL BK
held at bcheenberger's lai k this (.itui
daj ) eveniiisr. Admission free. Ripple's Oi
ehestra will lurnish the music,
ltd ADAM SNYDER, Proprletei.
rpURTLE SOUP! TURTLE SOUP!!
L Turtle Soup, Clam Soup. Spiing Chickens,
Oysters in cieiy slle, and all ethci delicacies
et the season, at the popular E.ist King Stieet
Restaurant, Xe. 2i. A geed meal can be had
at 25 cents. GEO. MILLER, Piopneter.
The duplicate of water rents is new
tint hands of the :itv Tyisiirir. FIVE 1'klt
CEXT. abatement w'ill be allowed en all lents
paid en or before JUNE 1, 1SS0.
mS-3wdTu,ThiSR City Trcisurei.
. A scout who was in the service of the 1 ite
Gmenil Custer will give an exhibition et line
sheeting at What Glen Park, en Monday next.
Xe extra charge teseethis rare entertainment,
which will be both interesting te ladies and
rilUK COLLECTOR OF STATU AND
J County Taxi s for Lanc.istei City will sit
in the Commissioners' Roem at the Ceuit
Heuse te receie the same, with 5 percent,
abatement up te May 31, ISM), inclusive.
Hours : Fiem i) te 12 m . and 1 te 4 p in.
m8-2td A.K. WARFEL, Collector.
X SUFFERERS OF PILES FREY'S UNI
I VERSAL PileSnpnositery.asureiciiudv
foreciy form of Piles. Has l
Has neei tailed in
any case where it was used, c en where ceiv
remedy before tailed, and in one case 25 years
and in another 35 years standing, ury n ana
be relieved and convinced. Physicians use it.
Tiiil Bex, 50c. Full Sie lie, 7."e. bent ty
nfail. Sold by Druggists.
ANDREW G. FREY, Proprietor.
S. E. Cor. Xerth Queen and Oiange Sts..
t le-lyd&w Lancaster, Pa.
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE KE
ceived at the Mayer's Olbce up te 8 o'clock
in the evening e FRIDAY. MAY 14, 1SS0, for
the pi inting and binding of COO copies of the
revised city ordinances, bids te be se much
per page; 100 copies te be bound in cloth, the
balance te be paper covered. The new digest
te contain as mucli pi niieu mailer per page.
and te be printed in the same stj le et type and
quality of paper as the digest et is., tv
live blank pages te be bound in secrai
uality of paper as the digest et 1875, twenty
ve blank pages te be bound in seerai parts
et the book as in last ordinance. A specimen
copy of the eidinance may be seen at the
Majei's Oflice. The committee reserve the
right te have the book piinted in parts at
such times as tlicv niav direct. Proposals te be
addressed te the Committee en Re isien et the
City Ordinances, and endorsed " Proposals ter
Punting City Oidinances." The Committee
l eserve the l igllt te reject any or all bids.
Ay order of the CennntUce.
ltd THOS. F. McELLIGOTT, Clerk.
ANCY GOODS! FANCY GOODS!!
A new line of
EPERGXE BOUQUET HOLDERS, TOILET
HIGH & MARTIN,
Xe. 15 EAST KING STREET.
YI-1IOI.ESALK AND IlETAIL.
Ne. 227 NORTH PRINCE STREET.
Frem Somerset County,
CHOICE MAPLE SUGAR.
FOR SALE AT BURSK'S.
1" lciIARDSON & UOniHNS'Js
Petted Meats, Soups, &c.
Bened Chicken and Turkey, Lunch Ham,
Lunch Ox Tongue, Truffled Chicken Livei,
Chicken Soup, Mulagatany Soup, Meck Turtle
Soup, Baked Macaroni, Barataria Shi imps,
Pickled Oysters, Fresh Lebster, Fresh Salmen,
Saidincs, &c, at
D. S. BURSK'S,
Ne. 17 EAST KINO STREET.
T?1NE OLIVE OILS.
Darke's Salad Dressing, Cress A Blackwell's
Pickles, Lea & Perrin's Worcestershire Sauce,
&c, &c, at
nnr no tuts.
I. Z. Rhoads & Bre., Importers.
Personal attention will be given te all erdera left with us before May
10, by one of our firm in Europe.
We solicit orders for Fine Watches, Chronographs, Repeaters and
Fer Bare Diamonds and ether Gems and Precious Stones.
Fer Rich Parisian and Italian Jewelry.
Fer Oil Paintings and Marble and Bronze Statuary.
Fer Musical Bexes with Special Airs and Attachments, &c, Sic.
Our facilities and experience justify us in guaranteeing these erdera
te be filled te the satisfaction of our Patrons.
Ne. 4 West King Street, Lancaster.
Ha e nn open Full Lines of Goods of Latest Stj le ter
GENTS' AND BOYS' WEAR.
FRENCH WORSTED SUITIXGS,
SCOTCH CHEVIOT SUITIXGS,
ENGLISH CHEVIOT SUITIXGS,
ENGLISH CASSIMERE SUITIXG'",
AMERICAN C.VSIMERE SUITINGS.
BLUE FLANXEL SUITIXGS,
CASS1MERES FOR PANTh,
CASSIS! ERES FOR BOTS' SUITS,
Which we w ill make up te erdei in the Latest Style and guarantee sitislactlen.
MEN AND BOYS' CLOTHING
IN PULL ASSORTMENT.
Gents' Hesieiy, Gloves, Xeckwcar, Silk and Linen Handkerchiefs, Ac, Ac.
-CALL AXD EXAMINE.
In addition te our Immense Stock of all
We open te d.ij
Jel) Lets M Remnants in Ml Papers,
WINDOW SHADES AND EIXTUEES.
Wall Paper and Window Shades hunz at
J. B. MARTIN & CO.
THE LARGEST AND FINEST STOCK OF
BUGGIES, CARRIAGES, &C,
In the city, in te be seen at the Works of
NORBECK & MILEY,
PRACTICAL CARRIAGE BUILDERS,
COR. DUKE AND VINE STS., LANCASTER, PA.
-COX & CO.'S OLD STAXD.-5
Th Stock include all th
LATEST STYLES SPRINGS,
uch as the Brewster, Whitney, Salidee Triple, Empire 'Ciess Spiing, Dexter Queen, Duplex
ml Elliptic, and they will also make te order any style a purchaser may desire. Repairing
of all kinds promptly attended te. Allwork guaranteed for one year.
" OUR VORK SUSTAINS OUR "WORD."
rOR SALE OR REN1.
T IMG FOB SALE.
10,000 Bushels at 2 cents per Bushel.
may5-4tdeawA4tw GEO. K. REED, Trcas.
One room, Ne. 43J Xerth Queen street,
suitable ler photograph gallery, lermerly ee-
cupieu uy .J. a. Miurmun. Appiy te
OX MONDAY, MAY 10, 1880, WILL KK
sold a large let of HOUSEHOLD AXD
KITCHEN FURXITURE at Xe. 20 East Fied
eiick street. Sale te commence at 9 o'clock,
sharp. SAMUEL HESS & SOX,
. The second story et Eshleman & Rath Rath
en's Banking Heuse, at Centre Square, and
also a room en second story, opposite the
I'enn'a R. R. Depot, en Chestnut street.
B. F. ESHLEMAX.
fX-2td&S Atternev-at Law
Vf AKCUS G. SEHNKK.
Ne. 120 North Prince street.
Prompt and particular attention paid te al
eratien and repairs. sl3-lyd
a Larjje Line et
Without a doubt furnish the FIXEST IX
STRUMEXT&in the Market. Wareroeins 320
North Queen street. Manufactory in the rear.
Branch Oflice, 15 East King btreet.
Alex. McKillips, Proprietor.
ANe Agent ter Lancaster County for
CII1CKERING& SON'S Celebrated
A Full Line et Sheet and ether Music, Small
Instruments. Violins, Banjos, Band Instru
ments, Ac., al w ays en hand. fl3-lydS&ly w
ROOTS AND SHOES.
T? 4 CAT BOOTS. SHOES AND LASTS
Jhja. O X made en a new principle, Insur
ing comfort for the feet.
TVirr'0 Lasts made te order.
eblt-tfd 133 East King street.
SATURDAY EVENING, MAY 8, 1880.
"Washington, May 8. Fer tha Middle
Atlantic states and New England coast,
northeast te southeast winds, partly
cloudy weather, stationary or higher tera
peratures, with occasional light local
rains and in eastern portions rising hut in
I southern portion rising followed hy falling
A TEXS HANGING.
The Victim's Father Adjusts the Neese and
tee execution witnsased by Ten
Galveston, Tex., Slay 8. A. special
dispatch te the Heics from Fert Werth
says : " Isham Kapp, colored, yesterday
expiated the, heinous crime of rape upon
the person of a young white lady. About
ten thousand persons witnessed the execu
tion. He was driven, seated en his coffin,
te the place of execution, and the noose,
made fast by the father of the victim, was
placed about his neck. After a talk by
Rev. Mr. Hays, colored, and singing, in
which the deemed man joined, Kapp
stepped en the centie of the trap and ad
dressed the concourse in a ten minutes,
talk, confessing the crime for which he was
te be hung. lie said he was perfectly sat
isfied and willing te die. Ne accident
marred the execution.
The Ways and Means Committee Complete
"Washington, May 8. The Heuse com
mittee of ways and means at their meeting
this morning perfected the tariff bills.
The additional changes te-day are
as fellows : "Weed pulp duty reduced
from 20 per cent, te 10 per cent.
Salt is stricken from the bill entirely;
duty upon it therefore remains as at pres
ent. The subject of suear is put into a sep
arate bill ; the previsions of Mr. Tucker's
bill being agreed te without change as te
rates of dutv.
A Steamer Gees Down Near the Equator.
Londen, May 8. The steamer
from the Cape of Geed Hepe for South
ampton, foundered close te the equator en
the 28th of April, after breaking
the main shaft. The passengers
and crew escaped in eight beats. Three
the beats containing fifty-four persons
have been picked up and their passengers
landed at Madeira. The five ether beats
when last seen were making for Cape Pal Pal
mes, Liberia. The weather was fine.
There was no less of iife.
SENTENCED TO DEATH.
An Assassin Ueuvlcted by Court Martial.
Constantinople, May 8. The court
martial iu the case of the assassin of tbe
Russian, Cel. Commcreof, passed sentence
of death upon the prisoner en Thursday.
M. Onen, chief interpreter te the Russian
legation hore,wreto te the president of the
court martial demanding the execution of
the condemned man within twenty-four
hours. The president replied that diplo
matic correspondence should be addressed
te the minister of foreign affairs.
A New Evening Paper te be Started.
Londen, May 8. The papers are re
quested te state that the new evening
paper, under the editorship of Mr. Freder
ick Greenwood, will appear in a few days.
Immediate measures were taken for its
production, the preparations arc being
pushed as lapidly as possible, and only cer
tain mechanical arrangements remain te be
A Princess Marries a Yeung Physician.
Londen, Apiil 8. A Berlin dispatch te
Standard says Princess Pauline, of "Wur
timburg, was married at Carlsruhe, in
Upper Silesia, a few days age, te Dr.
"Will, a medical practitioner of Berlin.
The king of Wurtemburg gave his assent
te the marriage en condition of the lady
abandoning her princely title.
The Less 0er 8100,000.
"Wii.LiAMbreitT, Pa., May 8. In the
fire of yesterday the total less was ever
$100,000, insurance en the eleven dwell
ing houses burned, $73,000. The less of
Thes. U. Thompson, last night given at
700,000 feet of lumber, is net mere than
200,000 feet. The former repeit about 2,
000,000 being burned is a mistake.
Massachusetts Greenbackera for Benjamin
Bosten, May 8. The Greenback-Laber
party of the Fourth district last night
elected delegates favoring Butler for first
choice and David Davis for second.
G. A. Dixen, Franltville. Ont., says : " I was
cured of Chronic Bronchitis that troubled me
for seventeen years, by the use of Dr. Themas'
Eclectic Oil. Fer sale by 11. B. Cochran, drug
gist, 137 and 133 North Queen street, Lancaster.
WANTED. EVERYBODY TO ADVER
tlse, free of charge, in the Itxllioks Itxllieks
ckr, who wants something te de.
GIRL WANTED TO DO GENERAL
Honsewerk. Apply at 44i Seuth Queen
rpe LET, TO LODGER-.
X Twe pie
easant second story rooms. Ne. 23
Seuth Queen street, furnished or unfurnished.
Possession given immediately. Inquire en the
WANTED SOME ONE TO TAKE TO
adept or raise a healthy male child, two
years and three months old. Inquire et
Emanuel Humph, Lancaster County Alms
house. RAGS! RAGS! RAGS! RAGS WANTED.
Housekeepers take notice that we are
laying 3 cents a pound rer mia.l kaus.
asii paid as seen as uenvereu ie
Ne. 253 West King Street.
GEO. W. BROWN, AOT
Ne. 140 EAST KING STREET.
Residence 21 Seuth Prince Street.
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
Of FICE-Second Fleer Ne. 34 NOBXH DUKE
STREET, next te Court Heuse.
PmLADiLrHiA. May 8. Flenr very dull
superfine 93 2503 75; extra at 4 254 73; Ohie
and Indiana family at $3 006 W) ; Penn'a
family 5375 75; St. Louts family $5 75S6 25
Minnesota family 95 256 23: patent anTlilirh
grades $0508800. "
Rye flenr at 94 254 37.
Cornmeal BranUywiue unchanged.
Wheat linn and spot in scarcity ; Ne. 2 West
ern Ked 91 30 ; Penn'a Red 91 30 1 31 ; Amber
Cern firm for local use ; steamer 51Kc : yel
low 52C;3c; mi ted 52c.
Oatsnrmer; Ne. l,45Kc; Ne.2,45Jc; Ne. 3,
44S44c; Ne. 2 mixed 40&41c. '
itye una ; n etiern ami ra. seQitvc.
Previsions duU ; mess perk at 11500 ; beet
hams 910 5017 ; Indhuness beet 91850 : b-icen
smoked shoulders SlS)c: salt 44Me;
smoked bams 10 He; pickled hams SiyUKc
Lard dull ; city kettle 7ftc ; loose butchers
ejic ; prime steam 7c
Butter sluggish and weak; creamery extra
2323c; Brauterd county aud New Yerk extra
ijilc; Western reserve extra at 2122c;
de geed te choice 19920c: Rolls dull:
Penn'a extra 15 18c; Western reserve extra
Eggs dull; Penn'a 10Sllc; Western 10
Cheese quiet and unsettled : New Yerk
factory 13ke; Western lull cream, UKc: de
forgeod llUc ; de halt-skims loaiec.
Petroleum dull ; Refined 7Mc
Whisky at91 10.
Seeds neglected; geed te prime cleverseed
93 50&725; de timothy 93 00 ; de flaxseed 91 50.
New Yerk Marker.
Nxw Yerk. May 8. Flenr State anil Western
quiet and prices without decided change ; su
perfine state 94 004 75; extra de 94 33
4 00; choice de 94 Jtt5 20; tinicy
$3 25ti 00; round hoop Ohie 95 105 73;
choice de 95 80ti 73 ; superfine western 94 00
4 75 : common te geed extra de 94 355 oe ;
choice dodo 95 a7 00; choice white wheat de
94 805 25; Southern quiet and unchanged;
common te fair extra 93 255 w ; geed te choice
uuu ty W-
124K; Xe. 2 Red, May 91 301,1 30; de June
91 2tJl 26U; de July 91 15; Ne. 1 White,
cash 91 24; de J line 91 2
Cern II nil and moderately active; Mixed
western spot, 10 5!c: de future 47;4tc.
Oats a siiadc easier, including Ne. s ler May
3e; State 4J50c ; Western 4J3Uc.
Beef dull anil prices unchanged.
Perk firmer ; new mess 9175U.
Lard quiet anil firm ; steam rendered 97 M.
Whisky dull : Western 910W81 0..
Spirits of turpentine dull at44l."ic.
Philadelphia, May 8
liO p. M.
Penuab's (thiid issue).
Philadelphia & Erie...
United Ces. et N. J
Central Transpoitatleii Ce. 43&l!4
Pitts , Tltusville & Bullale. 14B
Little Schuylkill 3i(g;5l
New 1 euk. May S.
N. Y. Central.... ... 127
Adams Express He
Michigan Central NV,':i
Michigan Southern 101f,
Illinois Central le.!;i
Cleveland A Pittsburgh. ...ll.l'f
liucagedc ueck island
Pittsburgh & Fert Wayne.
western union rei.ue...
Teledo ft Wabash
New Jersey Central
Vulted States Bends and Sterling Kxchaun.
(Quotations by II. K. Jamisen & Ce., S. W.
Cor. 3d and Chestnut Streets).
Philadelphia, May S.
United States rs, 1881, (registered). .HM:fl0ir,,
United States 5's, 1881, (registered). .1r!MIU.I
United States 4U's, ISM, (registered) lOT&Gidea
United States 4's, 1". (coupons)... llM'fiUCl
United States 4's, 1!X)7. (registered). .107J-I07;i
United States Cuneucy t's 123
Sterling Excliange 4St IM)
I'HIRD ANNUAL PICNIC!
TELVH II A IN,
WIHTOI0NDAY, 31 AY 17th", 1SS0.
Ladies are Respectfully InUed.
WOninibitves will leave every hour during
the day from Centre bquare and Kn.ipp's hm
piie Saleen. ltd
Tj'ULTON OPERA 1IOUSE.
Wednesday and Thursday, May 12 and 115.
MR. JOHN I). MIiIlLEK, after months eruv
tcnslve preparations and regurdIeet expense,
will present the First Complete Production,
from Washington Irving's beautiful legendary
story "Rip an Winkle." painted cpiessly
for this production by Mr. Jehn B. Meiaii,
scenic artist. Arch Street Theatre, Philadelphia.
All New Scenery. All New Costumes. All New
Music. The Eminent Acter,
MR. J. H. KE ANE,
In bis romantic and picturesque imperson
"RIP VAN WINKLE,"
Supported" by a carerullv SELECTED COM
PANY Or' TALENTED ARTISTS.
Scale of Prices: Gallery, 25c. Admission.
35c. Reserved Seats, 50c. At Yecker'-.
Fer the Season of 1S30, by the
WHAT GLEN PARK ASSOCIATION.
AT WHAT GLEN PARK,
On MONDAY MAY 10, 1880.
LA DIES ARK RESPECTFUL 1 IN V1TED
Omnibuses will leave Schiller Heuse, North
Queen, Centre Square and Fled Weehrle's Gol Gel
den Herse Hetel, East King street, everv halt
hour during the day. m4 Tu.thAS
HOUSE FURNIS1IINU GOODS.
We have new in stock tbe largest as
sortment of seasonable goods in our
line, sucb as Water Coelers, Refrigera
tors, Ice Cream Freezers, Baby Wagons,
Dell Carriages, Veleclpedes.Fly Brushes,
Fly Screens, Fly Traps, Whitewash
Brushes, Feather and Hemp Dusters,
Dusting Brushes, Sweeping Brushes,
Scrub Brushes, Garden Toels of all
kinds, Rubber Garden Hese, Fleer and
Table Oil Cleth, Tableware, Woedware,
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iren Ware, and
every article in the line of Housekeeping
Hardware. These goods have mostly
been bought before the great advance
m prices and are being sold at a Bmall
advance en cost, at
Flu & Breneman's
Great Heuse Furnishing and Steve Stere,
152 North Queen Street,
APPLICATION FOR PARDON.
Application will be made before the
Beard of Pardons at Harrisburg. en TUES
DAY, MAY 18, 18W, for the pardon or Jehn
Seber, convicted of rape in the court or Ojer
and Terminer of Lancaster county.
ml-3tdeawS B. DAVIS.
SEALED PROPOSALS l-'OR PUKMSIUNG
all the REEF necessary te supply the pris
oners In the Lancaster County Prison during
the next three months lrem the acceptance fit
the bid, will be received at the eflice el W. F.
Beyer, esq , Prison Solicitor, Ne. UNertli Duke
street; until Monday, May 10, 18W.iitI0u.ni.
About one hundi ed pounds per day will be re
quired, which must lie delivered needed.
The right Is reserved te reject any or all bids
and te dissolve the contract at any time the in
terests of the Prison may. In the judgment et
the Inspectors, se require. iu4-3td
OWWVX SCBQCEHASJfA CAXAt COMVAST,
fTer. Lexington and Davis Streets.
Baltimore, April 29, 1880.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT A
General meeting of the Stockholders of
this company will belield at the office in Balti
more, en Monday, May 10, 1880, between the
bears of 3:30 and 4:30 p. m., for the election of
officers and managers for the ensuing year.
The transfer books will be closed en Saturday,
May 1, and remain closed until after the elec
tion. By order of
apr-9td ROBERT D. BROWN, Trcas.