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LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER. SATURDAY. MAY 22, 1880.
dry, East India ; C. K. Dramheller -will
be settled at Hamburg, Berks county, Pa.;
I. Gauker, in Sullivan ceuty, Pa.; W. H.
Geiger, at Scranton, Pa.; G. C. F. Ilaas
will be an assistant pastor in New Yerk
city ; G. C. II. Haskarl will go te Mon
treal, Canada ; J. S. Keiner te Minnesota ;
J. Sander te Ridgway, Elk county, Pa;
C. P. Fieman te Freeport, Armstrong
county, Pa., and M. D. Zweizig will settle
near Reading, where his father is a clergy
man belonging te the synod in sessier.
Mr. J. F. T. Hartwig, who graduated
from the seminary at the same time with
these students named, is present te attend
the synod ; but he will be examined be
fore the New Yerk synod, of which he is
a member, and will be located after ordi
nation in Jeffirsen county, N. Y.
Lat Werd " of Great Men "Taken en the
Jehn B. "Warfel : "Smith will get three
fifths of the total county vote."
Sam. A. GrefT: "I'll bet you a hat that
J. Hay Brown : " Loek out for some
thing funny when the returns come in."
James 11. Marshall : "Smith is safe and
Albert S. Edwards : " McMellcn is the
daddy of all the politicians."
Ed. K. Martin : "Rcineehl will win, but
the Bull Ring have leads of money."
A. Ilerr Smith : "All the reports arc
A Marietta statesman : " Davis will get
a reusing vote in the river towns."
"Geesey" Garter: "Three slates made
and mashed yesterday."
Clayt. Myers : " I'd like te bet a hun
dred that of Mylin, Davis and Griest, two
The weather prophet : " Fair weather
is in Smith's favor. It.tin would be .100
votes less ler him."
Jack Hiestaud : " I am taking it coolly."
Jim Decbler "I am for Reinechl.
"We'll stand no count-out in the Fourth
ward this time like last year, when Ben
Lengencckcr get 122 votes and they only
gave him 20."
Dr. Win. Compten : " This is net my
year. If the total vote keeps down te
11,001) Griest may win. He has the peliti-
iitiu fitifl flirt itrwtrtfe "
1$. F. Eshlcman : "The Weaver and
Itrubaker vote has been gathered in where
it will de the most geed, and the contest
will be close between Eberly and D.vvis."
A. K. Spurrier : "There will net be
much political opposition te Jehnsen in
his own ward. I'm for Mylin."
" One who knows : " "The JSTew Era
has been sold out in the lower district.
McMellen will go for Grant, Quay and
C. S. Stjner : " I knew a man who has
$100 te bet en Davis against the field. "
J. Gust Zeek : " 1 am glad I did net
find the man who wanted te bet against
Thes. A. Wiley: "It is all right.
Smith will pull through."
Johnny Potts : " I'm for Jim Blaine.
On the district attorney, things is mixed.
I would vote for Eberly if I wasn't afraid
it would be thrown away. Maybe I'll give
Davis a lirt."
. Mw Era Editor Frank R. DiirenderlTer :
"Everybody is confident. All the candi
dates aie ahead and their chances increas
Maj. R. W. Shenk : " They can't beat
Smith. When the time comes te beat him
Oticst will net be the man te de it with."'
A MAT SHOWER.
Ita Political Significance.
The Republican politicians have been
watching the weather with unwonted in
terest, there being a very general impres
sion entertained that a wet day would in
crease the chances of Griest for
Congress and that dry weather would
correspondingly help Smith. Their
theory being that the working politi
cians, a large majority of whom are
for Griest, would turn out and vote
no matter hew bad the weather might be ;
while the old bread-brimmed, longhaired,
shad-bellied farmers, a majority of whom
are for Smith, arc se careful and conserva
tive that they would net subject cither
their own bodies or the bodies of their
horses te the inclemency of a wet day and
muddy reads. Smith's frieuds, therefore,
have been praying for sunshine, and
Griest's for rain. The heavens appear te
be treating both parties with impartial
favor giving each in turn a streak of
favor. The day has been unusually plea
ant, the sky being partly overcast with
threatening clouds, which about-past one
o'clock p. in. condensed and gave us a co
pious shower; the rainfall lasted but a few
minutes, and had no ether effect than lay
ing the dust and giving the Smith men
better reads te travel ever. But the end
is net yet ; there are still some indications
of mere rain ; and however the politicians
may feel about it there is no doubt that
everybody wants te see it. as until this
afternoon, there has net a drop of rain
fallen during the present month.
A J. KTDTZ,
East King street, next deer te the
Heuse, Lancaster, Fa.
DR. VfM. B. VAHNESTOCK
Having returned from the Seuth, has re
sumed his office practice, and can be found at
Ne. 239 EAST KING STREET.
rpHE REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING OF
Association will be held this (SATURDAY)
evening at 8 o'clock, in Ceyle's Building, Ne.
38 East King street
Meney ler sale.
ltd W3L T. JEFFERIES, Secretary.
O Fresh arrival this afternoon; also. Peas,
Cabbage. Cucumbers, Beans, Bananas, Pine
apples, &c, at
JOHN A. KELLER'S DAILY MARKET,
ltd 135 East King Street.
THE MONTHLY MEETING OF THE
People's Building.Lean and Deposit Com
pany will be held this (Saturday) evening at
Meney leaned at 9 o'clock.
It H. W. VILLEE, Sec'y.
The finest let of extra quality Old Penn
sylvania Leaf Tobacco for sale. Call en or ad
dress SHINDEL & IIEUSIIEY, Ne. 650 Colum
bia, Lancaster, Pa. m23-3td
THE REGULARMONTHLYAND ANNUAL
meeting of the Union Building and Lean
Association will be held en MONDAY Even
ing at 7K o'clock. Election of Officers and
Reports. The 11th series el stock will open
at $1 perghare. Meney te lean.
A. II. BALL,
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Drilling the City Water.
As Superintendent Kitch was returning
last cTcning from his visit te the water
works, his attention was called te two men
en the banks of the city reservoir, one et
whom was stripped, and was about plung
ing into the water. The superintendent
promptly ancstedthe men and took them
befeie Alderman McConemy, who held
them te bail for a hearing this evening.
One of them is a one-armed man named
James Sellers, a truck dealer. The ether
is a one-legged man named Jacob Brobst.
Their explanation of the aft'air is that
while they were taking a leek at the reser
voir Sellers's hat blew off and fell into the
water, and that after vainly trying te get
it out Brobst proposed te strip and swim
in for it, and was in the act of doing se
when he was arrested. This excuse was
net deemed satisfactory by Superintendent
Kitch, who is determined that neither one
legged, two-legged or four-legged animals
shall swim in the reservoirs as long as he
has charge efthem.
Before Judge Livingston.
In the case of Jehn W. Newcemet vs.
Stephen Shaeffcr, the defense opened this
morning. They claim that there never
was a partnership between Shaeffer and
Britten and witnesses were called te prove
that fact. The testimony had net closed
when court adjourned at neon and the case
will be continued en Monday afternoon.
The docket was called this morning
when eighteen judgments were entered
for different reasons.
Next Week's Court.
Xext week the second week of common
pleas court will be held. There are thirty
cases down for trial, and Judge Patterson
Tf rATKR RENTS.
Tf The duplicate of water rents is new in
the hands or the Citv Treasurer. FIVE PER
CENT, abatement will he allowed en all rents
paid en or before JUNE 1, 1880.
m8-3wdTu,Th&SIl City Treasurer.
ECORATION DAY. '
All persons desiring te contrlbnte flowers
for Decoration Dav will nleasc send them te
(rant Hall en 27th and 28th Inst. Tim lady
friends arc cordially invited te be present en
above dates te assist in milking the decora
tions, w. Mcelrey,
Chairman of Decoration Committee.
BROCADE GRENADINES! BROCADE GRENADINES!
VERY CHOICE STYLES IN SILK AND WOOL
ALL WOOL LACE BUNTINGS! ALL WOOL LACE BUNTINGS!
IN BLACK AND COLORS.
Plain All Weel Buntings ! Plain All Weel Buntings !
IN BLACK AND COLORS.
New Styles in FUEXCH ORGANDIE LAWNS.
New Styles in LATTICE WOBK LAWNS.
New Styles in FIGURED LAWNS, Tinted Ground.
New Styles in FIGURED LAWNS, White Ground.
A complete assortment of all the New Styles of Laces for Trimming Lawns, Buntings, White Goods, etc., all at lowest prices.
GIVLEK, BOWEKS & HUEST,
25 East King Street, Lancaster, Pa.
46KC ; Ne. 3, dp tttfc ; Ne. ?,Mlxcd 42643c.
Rye Una; Western and Pa. 90c.
Previsions dull ; mtm perk at HI 25011 90 :
beef bams I17Q17 SO ; India m.iss beet $55l3 SO
bacon emeked shoulders ttc: salt 49t4 We -smoked
hams 10811c; pickled hams SkSSSc
Lard dull ; city etUe jc ; loose bnu5r
c ; prime steam $7 1007 15.
e'UterTcn0,ce8Carceflrm; creamery extra
2223c ; de geed te choice lSgaic ; Bradford
county and New Yerk extra 18a21c ; Western
reserve extra at 15017c; de iroed te
choice 13uc: Rolls dull: Penn'a extra 110
15c: Western reserve extra 14015c
vSnSSue"d S,rnS; 1,enn'a 1J,3c5
Cheese dull and weak, except cheice:
New lerk factory at 12c; Western tell
cream, lie; de for geed lOtilekc; de hair
skims 9l0c. " '
Petroleum firm ; refined 7?Ic.
Geed te prime clever nothing doing ; Ti mo me
duli at $3 903 ; Flaxseed firm ut $1 46
OLD SYSTEM OF DOSING AND
ANEW DEPARTURE IN MEDICINE-THE
The Excelsior liver and Stomach Pad
Is a new curative agent, totally
.totally difTerent from and greatly superior te anything hitherto offer effer
direetlT unnn the vitril'nrmm nntl minxs livflw. wtrintlv mitnnl nmHM
of ABSORPTION. It has proved its efficacy by the severest tests, and is strongly recommend-
v.iUjiiniMioti,iHeuiu as u rciimuy in iiwianeiw iever. liver ami stomach cemnlalnts.
ed te the public. It acts
irrefrularlties. nervous diserdera. meiitnl ilinn..inii limuiiwim mi m-i.Mtinw rr i.ii .im,,ei
JJ.11"".1.''' n!lU9t:a aul constipation, it has no equal. PRICES Regular Pa, $1 : Special Size,
ABSORPTIVE MEDICAL COMPANY,
Ne. 81 WEST CHESTNUT STREET, LANCASTER, Pa.
Send or call for circulars giving testimonials, Ac. m22-ftdSA W
Fer Sale by Druggists.
A Tight at Zleglcr'a Tavern.
Yesterday afternoon Frank McDenaM,
a tramp, who was recently liberated from
jail, and several ether tramps, went te
Zieglcr's hotel, en Kast King street, and
after ordering several rounds of beer, Mc
Donald refused te pay for them. Ziegler
then endeavored te put him out, when he
picked up a spittoon and tlnew it at him,
but missed Ziegler. The latter then struck
him with a club, cutting his head, and put
him out of thejieuse. McDonald picked up
a stone and threw it through the window,
after which he left the place. In the
evening McDonald called at the county
hospital te have his head dressed. He re
mained there until 4 o'clock this morning,
when hearing that suit had been brought
against him before Alderman Barr, and
that a warrant had been issued for his ar
rest, he made his escape from the building
and has net been seen since.
Yesterday a large let of railroad ties
which were piled along the track of the
Pennsylvania railroad, atCellins's station,
caught lire from the sparks of a locomo
tive. Many of them were burned before
the lire was extinguished.
"TUFTEEN DOLLARS KUTS A
With Enameled Water Tank, at
SHKRTZER, HUMPI1REVILLE A
Ne. 40 East King Street, Lancaster. Pa.
GEO. W. BROWN, &.,
Ne. 140 EAST KINO STREET.
Residence 21 Seuth Princu Street.
AND ENGRAVED, PRESSED
ASSORTMENT THE LARGEST,
QUALITY THE FINEST,
TRICES THE LOWEST.
HIGH & MARTIN,
Ne. 15 EAST KING STREET.
All the New Spring Styles from the Leading Manufacturers. Embossed Gobi, ftrenze
Satins, Grounds and Blanks, with Dade, Frieze and Borders te match.
.BRUSSELS, TAPESTRY, INGRAIN AND HALL CARPETS.
WHITE AND FANCV CHINA MATTINGS AND OIL CLOTHS.
HAGER & BROTHER,
NO. 25 WEST KING STREET.
SATURDAY EVENING, MAY 22, 1880.
Washington, May 22. Ferthe Middle
Atlantic states,rising barometer, slightly
lower temperature, southeast te southwest
wind?, partly cloudy weather, local
THE READING SUSPENSION.
William West, who was charged with
drunken and disorderly conduct by Jeseph
Crciner, paid all costs befeie Alderman
Barr this afternoon and was discharged.
The Milten fund at V, o'clock had reached
A sr.A:G phrase. Rub with St. Jacob's Oil.
The queen of medicinal soaps, the inulclilcis
Cuticur.i. smiles lS7!t, 4.iO,uoe cakes.
Arrangements arc being made te and an ex
cursion irem Columbia, Lancnsternud .stations
east, en the Pennsylvania railroad, te Col Cel
lins' Beach via Philadelphia, June 1, 1880.
Rates el fair and schedule te be made known
in due time. ltd.
1ROPOSALS 1T1LL BE RECEIVED UP
te TUESDAY, JUNE 1, at 7 o'clock p. m.,
ler the furnishing et Gas per thousand cubic
feet ler the Mayer's Olhec, Treasurer's Ollice,
Council Chambers, MarketHeuses and Station
Heuse, together with the City Gas Lamps, ler
the liscal year ending May 31,1881. The Com
pany furnishing tin; Gas shall light and ex
tinguish all the Street Gas Lumps everv night
throughout the year at bunsct. and shall keep
me same clean and in repair at their own
proper cost, and disconnect the same at the
expiration of their contract, without charge
or expense te the city, and give security ler
the failhtul performance of the contract, te be
approved by the Lamp Committee.
At the same time and place will be received
proposals for turnishiug oil for one hundred
and seventy-tour street Iannis, en thu same
terms and conditions for lighting and extin
guishing the same, keeping clean and in re
pair, as are attached te the contract ler Gas
At Hie same time and place will be received
proposals for the furnishing of all Lamp Pests
and Street Lamps, complete and rcaTly ler use,
which may be needed during the llsc.il yearj
Pests and Lamps te be of same style as thee
new in use. Bidders will state weight of
Pest they propose te furnish.
All Proposals te be addressed te the Lamp
Committee at the Mayer's Otliee.
By order of the Committee.
J. B. MARTIN & CO.
Wall Papers and Window Shades.
WE OPEN A NEW LINE OF
In Entirely New Patterns,
rations a specialty.
Elegant Pattern and Large Stock ti select from. Celling Dcce-
Our readers will net, of course, forget
the musical and literary entertainment for
the benefit of St. Antheny's church, which
takes place in Fulton opera house en
Monday evening next. The pregramme
includes a lecture by Prof. Win. J. Phillips,
late professor of English literature at
Seten Hall college, whose subject will be
"The Medel Husband and Wife." The
lecture is said te abound in fine bursts of
eloquence and brilliant Hashes of wit and
humor. The musical part of the pro pre
gramme will consist of a fine selection of
vocal pieces by St. Antheny's choir,
assisted by Madame Peisch, of Philadelphia.
Janauichelc, the Tragedienne. Jauauschek
is one of the greatest living actresses, and In
the characters which she personates has no
rival. Her Lady Macbeth has never been seen
in Lancaster, but it is up te the high artistic
standards of her Mary JSluart and Deberah. Te
say that is te say what should command ler
her the patronage et all the patrons of his his
trenic genius. She appears at Fulton opera
Jf'OR SALE OR REA'l.
ME FOR SALE.
10.000 Bushels at 2 cents lier Bushel.
inay5-4tdeaw<w GEO. K. REED, Treas.
Twe very desirable rooms. Ne. 43) North
Queen street, suitable ler photograph gallery,
lermerly occupied bv J. S. Saurman. Apply te
aTi-tfd THOS. BAUMGARDNER.
HOLLANDS FOll WINDOW SHADES,
In Cardinal, Brown, Olive, Tea and Londen Smoke.
WShadcs and Paper hung at short notice.
WIDE GOODS FOR STORE SHADES.
Best Spring Fixtures, 23c. Cornices and Curtain Poles.
J. B. MAETIN & GO.
Werlc te go en Under a Racelvar.
Philadelphia, May 22. A statement
is made by the officials of the Philadelphia
and Reading railroad and coal andiron
companies that operations will be con
ducted as usual, and that there will be no
interruption of business. At the collieries
work will be re-commenced en Monday,
and continue until Wednesday night. A
receivership will be applied for, and Mr.
Gewen or Edwin M. Lewis, president of
the Farmers' and Mechanics' bank will be
named for the position.
Philadelphia Brokers Succumb la Conse
quence of the Failure Fluc
tuatien In Stocks.
Philadelphia, May 22. The excite
ment ever the Reading failure continues.
It is rumored that there are a number of
failures en Third street, but the only ones
said te have succumbed te the pressure are
Jas.B. Yeung & Ce., Butler, Ncwhall & Ce.,
and C. II. Jerdan & Ce. Heading stock
was sold down as low as ten dollars per
share, but new 11 is bid, with 12 asked.
Pennsylvania sold as low as 48, but has
new recovered a dollar. Lehigh Naviga
tion, which old at 20 at the openins of
ths beard, has advanced te 25.
The News in England.
Londen, May 22. The failure of the
Philadelphia and Beading railroad and
the coal and iron company caused a
semi-panic in the American railway mar
ket. Ceal carrying lines all suffeied
TUB NElfiSASKA TROURLES.
PHILADBLrHIA. Mav 22,
. 1330T.it. 230 'r. jf.
Pennati's (third issue) 108X
Philadelphia Jt Erie.. le
Lehigh Valley. 47
United Ces. of N. J lee
Northern PaciHc luv
Northern Central 31
Lehigh Navigation 21
Central Transportation Ce. i'j
Pitts , Tltusville BuHale. WA
Little Schuylkill 53
Nkw 1 ekk. May 22.
N. V. Central rJij
Adams Express 112
Michigan Central 77
aucmgan seuiuern iui
Illinois Central 102
Cleveland & Pittsburgh... .112
Chicago & Reck Island 'Ji
Pittsburgh & Fert Wayne.. 118
western union xtu.ne...
Teledo ft Wabash
New Jersey Central
United States Bends and Sterling tSxeliMiign
(Quotations by B. K. Jamisen ft Ce., S. Xf.
Cor. 3d ami Chestnut Streets).
Pbiladklfhia, May 22.
United States C'8, 1381, (registered). .1080107
United Suites 5's, 18SI, (registered). .103V;I0
United States 4Vs, 1SD1, (regl9tered)!OS$10tyi
United States 48, 1S91, (coupons). .lOUjJisieaji
United States 4s, 1907. (registered). .Iu7lu7:
United States Currency 6's 12(5
Sterling Exchange..... 4tMK4S9X
A FAIR AND STRAWBERRY FESTIVAL
for the benellt et St. Jeseph's Church,
will commence en FRIDAT, MAY 2S, at Roth Reth Roth
weiler'e Hall, West King street, and continue
for ten days. inl0-2wd
GRAND MUSICAL AND LITERARY EN
TERTAINMKNT. FULTON HALL,
MONDAY EVENING, MAY 24,
Fer the benellt et
ST. ANTHONY'S CHURCH.
Prof, W. J. Phillips, A. M.. late Professer ut
Seten Hull College, will deliver his Interesting
"THE MODEL HUSBAND AND WIFE."
Music under the auspices of St. Antheny's
Choir. Admission, OOc. Uallery, S3c.
Tickets for sale at Miss Flynn'rj Boek Stere
Ne extra charge ter Reserved Scats. Bex sheet
at Yecker's. inl5,l,J422tl
ONE NIGHT ONLY.
SATURDAY, MAY 22d,
Ullitary Aid te Suppress the Strikers.
Omaha, Neb., May 22. Twe companies
of military, one from Columbus and the
ether from Wahoo, arrived by special
train last night. Gov. Mancc arrived with
the Columbus company. Twe com
panies of Omaha militia arc en
duty also at the .smelting works.
Twe companies of United States troops
from Fert Omaha are under arms at the
government corral, a few reds from the
smelting works. Xe conflict has occurred
yet between the strikers and the troops,
but it may occur at any moment. The
authorities are determined te protect the
smelting works company in putting the
men at work who want te work.
FOREIGN LAUOK DISPUTES.
WATT, SHAND & COMPANY
Have epeecd a Choice Assortment of
On MONDAY AFTERNOON at 1 o'clock,
at SO East Lemen street, a general assortment
of household and kitchen lurniture, nearly
new. JACOB GUNDAKER,
Dress Wains, Lams and CiimtzBs.
SPECIAL BARGAIN. Twe Cases Yard Wide. Lawns at 8c per yard, usual price, 12c.
Summer Hosiery and Underwear for Ladies,
Gentlemen and Children.
AT LOWEST PRICES.
French Strikers Applying for English Aid.
Londen-, May 22. A Paris dispatclj te
the Times says : the striking operatives at
Beubaix solicited aid from English trade
unions, their funds being low, but the re
ply was unfavorable and the strike seems
nearly at an end.
Advising Them te Ge te Werk.
Londen, May 22. The executive com
mittee of the Blackburn cotton operatives
advise all strikers te resume work, when
the mills are reopened en Monday next.
JSURNED TO THE WATER'S EDGE.
MR. HARRY MEREDITH,
And her ewu Company, In her Great Master
Lady Macbeth, ... JANAUSCIIEK.
81, 75 St SO CtH.
Scats en f-ale at Opera Heuse Office.
TUESDAY EVENIXG, MAY 25,
Manager Jehn D. Mishlcr has the honor et
presenting with New Scenery and Elegant
Costumes the Union Square version of the
great play of the
In Its Original Style, with nn Eminently Tal
ented Company, consisting of the
Late members of the Company attached te
DALY'S THEATRE, New Yerk. The public
are respectfully informed that every attention
will be paid te details and no pains or c.xpeme
spared te give a Strictly First-class Perform
ance. SPECIAL PRICES:
Emaciation, drey, mental and physical
weakness arrested by Malt Bitters.
Hie, lads and lassies ! hie away!
Ner brook a single hour's delay.
If you would carry in your mouth
White teeth, and odors of the Seuth.
Haste, haste, and buy a single font
Of the unrivalled SOZODONT.
On TUESDAY AFTERNOON at 1 o'clock
at Ne. 547 West Chestnut street piano, side
beard, carpet, beds and bedding, and a gen
eral assortment of household and kitchen
furniture. JACOB GUNDAKBR.
PUBLIC SALE ON THURSDAY, MAY
27, will be sold a large let of Household
and Kitchen Furniture, ut Ne. 207 Nertli Lime
street. Alse Carpenter and Machinist's Toels.
Sale te commence at 1 o'clock, sharp.
A Big Egg.
Belden Miller, of Gordenvillc, has pre.
sented us with an unusually large egg laid
by one of his barnyard fowls. The egg
measures a little mere than S inches in its
greater circumference and 0 inches in its
smaller circumference. It is by no means
a pretty egg, having a rough, dirty-colored
shell, with dark brown spots, and looking
mere like a geed-sized potato than erdi
"Sellers' Liver Pills" never lail te cure bil
iousness, Indigestion, or headache. Sold by all
JUby Prizes, SGOO.
An eminent banker's wife of
N. Y.. has
induced the proprietors of that great medicine.
Hep Bitters, te oHer $00 In prizes te the
youngest child that says Hep Bitteis plainly,
in any language, between May l,lSS0,and July
4, 1SSI. This is a liberal and interesting offer,
and everybody and wite should send two cent
stamp te the Hep Bitters Manufacturing Com
pany, Rochester, N. T., U. S. A., for circular,
giving full particulars, and begin at once te
teach the children te say Hep Bitters and se
cure the prize.
"They cannot all lie," was the observation
of one while reading the endless testimonials
te "Dr. Lindsey's Bleed Searcher." It is infallible.
JJ Tlie second story et
Eshlcman & llntli-
von's Banking Heuse, at Centre Square, und
also a room en second story, opposite the
Penn'a R. R. Depot, en Chestnut street.
B. F. ESHL.EMAN,
K3-2td&Stt Atterncv-at Law
NEW YORK STORE,
S AND 1 0 EAST KING STREET.
In a. Deatitute Condition.
Mrs. Margaret Ceyle, an old widow, who
resides en Charlette street, between Lemen
and James, is in a destitute condition. Of
ficer Flick ascertained this fact yesterday.
After making it known feed, &c, was
taken te the house. Any contributions
that persons may desire te make will be
This morning the funeral of James Mo Me
Govern, who died en Thursday, took place.
It was very largely attended by relatives
knid friends of the deceased. Mass was
celebrated at St. Mary's church after which
nterment was made at St. Mary's cemc-tary.
i.oMiiKitei:ii. en Friday morning. May 21
Dr. Christian Bemberger, in the 70th year e
Funeral from his late residence in Roths Reths
villc, en Sunday morning, at U o'clock.
Fertig. In this city, en the 21st Inst., Jehn
Edward, inlant son of Philip and Catharine
Funeral from the residence of the parents
Ne. 114 North Mulberry street, Sunday after
noon, ut3 o'clock. Interment in St. Jeseph's
cemetery. The relatives and friends are re
spectfully invited te attend. ltd
Hoktixe. May 22, 1SS0, Henry Walter, son of
Dr. G. A. and Emaliue Herting, in its 4th
Funeral services en Monday at the house,
Ne. G4 North Queen street, at 7a. m., te pro
ceed by the 7:55 a. in. train te Ephrata, and the
interment will.be at Bcrjtstrass cemetery. The
relatives and Iriends are respectfully invited
te attend. ltd
WeLrEBT. May 22, 18S0, in this city. Charles
F., son or Peter and PhilepcQua Welpert, in the
5th month of her age.
The relatives and friends of the family are
respectfully invited te attend the funeral from
WEDNESDAY.MAY 20. ISSO.will be sold
at Public Sale, at J. 1). Denlinger's Mcrrimac
j louse, .Lancaster i"a., the lollewlng Jive stock,
te wit : 15 head of Cynthiana Kentucky driv
ing horses, Irem 4 te G years old. aieme et
them are very geed steppers. A credit of 60
days will be given. Sale te commence at 1
o'clock p. 111., when attendance will be given
by JOHN SIDES.
Alse, at the same place, will be sold 13 head
of Uuien County, Ohie, horses, heavy draft
Nerman, and some geed drivers, from 3 te 6
years old. The above stock will lie sold with
out reserve. A credit of 60 days will be given.
The above horses can new be seen at Merrimac
Stables. Attendance will be given by
W. J. SKEDMORE, J. N. H1MES.
Samuel Hess & Sens, Aucts. ltd
THE LARGEST AND FINEST STOCK OP
BUGGIES, CARRIAGES, &C,
In the city, is te be seen at the Works of
NORBEOK & MILEY,
PRACTICAL CARRIAGE BUILDERS,
COR. DUKE AND VINE STS., LANCASTER, PA.
Less of the Steamer Algerna.
Iroquois, Ont May 22 At 9 o'clock last
night the steamer Algerna leaded with hay
for Odgensburg was burned te the water's
edge at Pine Tree Point three miles below
Iroquois. The lire was caused by a spark
from the pipe. The crew were saved.
Reserved Seats new en sale at Opera Heuse
Otliee. Ne extra charge. m2U-5til
-fTHOLESALE AMI) RETAIL.
Ne. 227 NOIITH PRINCE STREET.
PUBLIC SALE OF VALUABLE 'REAL
ESTATE. Pursuant te an order of the
Orphans' Court of Lancaster County, Pa., will
be sold at public sale, at the public house of
Philip Wall, en West King street, en THURS
DAY, the 10th day of JUNE, A. D. 1880, the fol
lowing described real estate, late of Frederick
Reller, deceased, te wit : All that certain let
or piece of ground with a two-story anil attic
BRICK DWELLING HOUSE thereon erected,
situated en Marietta Avenue, Ne. 617, in the
city of Lancaster, Pa., containing in front en
Marietta Avenue 23 feet, mere or less, and ex
tending in depth te a public alley 9G feet, mere
or less. Bounded en the west by property of
D. G. Baker, en the east by property of Jehn
Graham, an the north by the aforesaid alley,
and en the south by Marietta Avenue. The
improvements are a two-story Brick Dwelling
Heuse with Frame Kitchen attached, a well of
never-falling water with pump therein, grape
vine, and ether necessary improvements.
Sale te commence at IV. o'clock n. m. en said
uay, wnen attendance will L
Unions made known bv
W. H. ROLAND,
ml9-3wdW&S Trustee in Partition.
43-COX & CO.'S OLD STAND.-
The Stock includes all the
LATEST STYLES SPRINGS,
uc.1,la.t,l? Brew9,ter, Whitney, Salidce Triple, Empire tCress Spring, Dexter Queen, Duprcx
"''-'"Plm. d they will also make te order any style a purchaser may desire. ICenairiug
of all kinds promptly attended te. All work guaranteed for 0110 year. jm.j' b
"OUR WORK SUSTAINS OUR -WORD."
A Widow's Heuse Burned With Her In It.
Leck Haven, May 22. The residence of
Mrs. Balser Friedler, in this city, was de
stroyed by fire early this morning. Mrs.
Priedler's remains were afterwards found
in the ruins, burned almost te a cinder.
Feul play is suspected, as she was in the
building alone and was known te have
a considerable sum of money in her possession.
COUNTING THE ELECTORAL VOTE.
Mr. Morgan Makes a Speech In Faver or His
"Washington, May 22. In the Senate
te-day Mr. Morgan's joint resolution for
counting the electoral vote was taken up
after the morning hour and Mr. Morgan
spoke in its support.
TjUNE OLIVE OILS.
FOR TABLE USE.
DURKE'S SALAD DRESSING,
Ne. 17 EAST KING STREET.
"1UOICE HAMS AND DRIED 1IKKF,
"1ANNED FRUIT AND VEGETABLES
AT A REDUCTION.
Te clo-e out stock for the season, at
CUIOICE MAPLE SUGAR
I be given and ceu-
JAMES BROWN, DEALER IN STOCKS
and Bends, CI and 66 Bread way. New Yerk.
Operations en margin and by means or privi-
lrvna Ti4..v,nf . .,wmf;.l...1 .... .11 ...-..
!.-. .-.nw...t .1 -.-.! 1 v.. rtj tail. . . I -6. .Hiviiueuuu iuiujeucu Ull Ull JIlUlLCia
1.. i..i.u iucii;, flu.ai liuen. street, en connected with stock speculation and invest
Monday afternoon, nt 2 o'clock. Interment at I ment. ml5-ydTu,Th&3
Zion's cemetery. ltd.
WANTED.--.EVERYBODY TO ADVER
Use, five of charge, in the Intelliqen
cbr, who wants something te de.
A NT ED. -A
GOOD RAG CARPET
Weaver. Single man nrelerred
WANTED A GOOD GIRL IN A SMALL
family without children, at 36 West King
WANTED BI THE PENN'A MUTUAL
Hail Insurance Company geed and re
liable Agents te canvass for Insurance against
less or damage te tobacco by hall. Practical
tobacco greweis preferred. Address D.
STRICKLER, Yerk, Pa., or JOHN H. METZ
LEB, Lancaster, Pa. m22-ltdw
RAGS! RAGS! RAGS WANTEn.
Heusekeeners take notice that we are
paying 3 cents a pound for MIXED BAGS.
Cesh paid as seen as delivered te
apr9-3md Ne. 235 West King Street.
WALTER A. HEINITSH
New Glass Reller
ON ALL FUUNITUKE. TRY THEM
15 East King Street.
Over High & Martin's.
New Yerk Market.
New Yerk, May 22. Fleur State and West
ern very dull and In buyers' laver;
superfine state $3 904 X) ; extra de H 25
1 SO; choice de $4 905 00; fancy
$5 0eU 00: round hoop Ohie $5 003 50:
choice de $5G0&6 73; superfine western 390
4 80; common te geed extra de $i 2."485;
choice dodo $1 907 00; choice white wheat de
4 805 23; Southern quiet and steady;
common te fair extra 5 25600; geed te choice
de $3 507 00.
.XWhcat Spring quiet and nominal ; winter
ajshade stronger,quiet ; Ne. 2 Red.June $1 6IJ:
de May, 1 31&131J ; Ne. 1 White, May $1 2G&
Cern dull and a shade lower : Mixed west
ern spot, 535ec; de future 4933jic.
Oats steady. Including Ne. 2 June 41c ; State
4 349c ; Westeriv4350c.
Beef dull and prices unchanged.
Perk tinner ; new mess $1700.
Lard quiet and firm; steam rendered 17 60.
Whisky dull ; Western $ 1 081 09.
Spirits of turpentine dull at 4443c.
HALE. fAJ'ERS, St.
ARE BETTER PREPARED TO
Meet the wants of the people than any
season heretofore. Our line Is larger than
usual, and in
Philadelphia, May 22. Fleur dull and lower ;
superfine $3 003 30; extra at $4 004 50; Ohie
and Indiana family at $5 255 75 ; Penn'a
family $5 255 62; St. Leuis family $5253600;
Minnesota family $5 0036 25; patent and high
grades $6 503800.
Bye flour at $4 75.
Cornmeal Brandywine unchanged.
Wheat quietand steady ; Ne. 2 Western Bed
$128M129 Penn'a Bed $1290130; Amber
$1 306)1 3L
Cern scarce and strong; steamer none here :
yellow 5555Kc ; mixed 5455c.
Oats weaker ; Ne. 1, White, 47jc ; Ne. 2, de
we have the New Patterns ler the Spring In an
endless line te select from.
of every description. In Cerner and Band, six
and seven feet In length.
Plain Goods by the yard in all colors and
widths. Paper Curtains te the trade at Factory
the Newest, Best and Cheapest Cornice made.
Easily adjusted te flt any Window up te five
feet In width.
Curtain Poles. 1. and 2 inches. In Ebony
and Polished Walnut, Rings, Brackets, and
Fancy Ends Complete.
PIER AND MANTEL MIRRORS.
Orders taken for any size at Lew Prices.
PHARES W. FRY,
Ne. 57 NORTH QUEEN ST.