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Lancaster daily ikteljigencer Wednesday November 3, isseii
THE TOTAL CITY VOTE.
Kebert I. Decbert
Judge of Supreme Court.
Geerge A. Jcnks.
.Jacob L. .Steinmctz ."...
Ajies II. Mtxij. ,
.funics B. Douglass
Klim O. hnyder ,
Caltis Caisteu ,
ALBERT IlAGEX ,
Barten N. Winters ,
HEXBT MCSSER ,
Jacob G. Kblixr
William It. Giuhabt
254 ,3 '3
A MACJNIFICBNT LINE OF
SILKS, VELVETS AND DRESS GOODS!
At the Very Lewest Prices. Ladies' Coats and Delmans, An Elegant line jnst opened iu all the Latest and Choicest Styles.
We ask special examination of these goods befere purchasing elsewhere.
Ladies' and Children's Merine Underwear,
In all sizes and qualities. An elegant line of Hosiery. An elegant line of Silk Handkerchiefs. An elegant line of Corsets. An
elegant line of Dress Buttens. An elegant line of Kid GleTes.
LADIES, our assortment of goods in every department is new complete with all the novelties of the season.
GMVLEE, BCTWEBS & HTJE8T,
25 East King Street, Lancaster, Pa.
WEDNESDAY EVENING. MOV. 3.1880.
THE SITUATION UNCHANGED.
Garfield's Election Assured.
KewsII Akead In Londen.
Londen, Nev. 3. In the six days walk
ing match the scores at 10 o'clock this
morning were : Rewell, 280 miles ; Debler,
203 miles; Little Weed, 229 miles;
Heward, 210 miles.
Washington, D. C, Nev. 3. Fer the
Middle states, cloudy or partly cloudy
weather, with southeasterly winds, and
higher temperature iu the interior, and
stationary or lower barometer.
New England Solidly Republican.
by the ether of these parasites. This is a
cei roberation of observations made by
ethers en tbc same subject.
' 0. A fully developed larva of the " Rab
bit Gadlly." donated by Mr. Kelly, jr., of
the North Queen street trrecery. Mr. K.
hays be found this worm located immedi
ately under the skin, near the articulation
of one or the front legs. These worms
arc usually located iu the dorsal portion of
the neck of tbc rabbit during the summer
and autumn mouths, and this subject was
evidently making its exit from the body of
its host, picparntery te its pupation in the
earth. This is doubtless cutercbra curricula
or " Rabbit Ret."
1. An alphabetical list of patents and
inventions from January te June, 18S0.
2. Nes. 13, 14, 15, 10 and 17, vel. 18. of
Official 1'atent Office Gazette.
'.'.. A list of annunciation, disclaimers,
iccisiens, &c, of the patent office from
lauuaiy te June, 1880.
4. The Laiicastcr Farmer for October.
5. Tlucc catalogues and four circulars re
lating le s-cientific and general litcratuic.
(J. Twe envelopes containing 25 miscel
laneous selections, chiefly historical and
Th committee te whom was refcrre
the tiibutc of respect te the late Dr. Hal:;
Ionian, made a report, which was unani
mously adopted and ordered te be record
ed in the nrclmcs of the society.
The lvsolutiens arc as fellows :
The Liuiueau .society records with re
gift the death of its distinguished concs cencs concs
peiidcnt, Dr. S. S. Haldeman, late of
Chiipies, Lancaster county, and Hint he
only sustained that i elation te this socie
ty, and was net in full active membership,
was entirely due te preoccupation in a
field, and net te a want of interest in its
pregresMve welfare. Dr. Haldeman was
tbc chairman of the committee en natural ;
science iu the old Historical and Mechani
cal society, which subsequently culmina
ted in the Liuucsan society ; but when '
that event eccuricd his engagements ,
abroad precluded the possibility of his as
suming active membership in it, ami hence
by mutual consent his name was placed in
the list of its distinguished correspondents.
Few of us have had any personal inter- :
course with him, but as a scientist we rc rc
vcie his name a name that is dotted all J
ever tins scientific literature of America !
and Km epe especially in philology,
ethnology, geology, zoology aud archje
"1W, and has made Locust Greve and
Chiimcs Rec!: classic as the places of his
birth and death. Frem his very boyhood
he always was a ililigeut and persevering
worker in the various fields of practical
science, and pcihaps few men of his pro
found attainments made less pretentien
than lie did : indeed, it was no part of his
character te piel'ess te be anything which
he clearly was net ; hence, during his whole
life he never ceased te be an ardent and un-
iclaxing student. He had no loves outside
of the domestic circle, save theso which ,
led te the scientific research, and hence
his domestic character was singularly un-
ostentatious and pure. His literary fame
extended far beyond the boundaries of his '
native county, within whose domain he
was, pei haps less known and less appre-
-iated than he was abroad. Ne citizen of
r int-i t fm -iti i i i (tviiii lie fiiw4- nrifnuiTi. !
tieu down te the picscnttimc, has hereto
fore leceivrd a gi eater recognition than he
did from tha learned institutions of
the civilized world, and the fact reflects
a compliment te the county, however it
may be understood or appreciated.
Dr. Haldeman was net unmiudful of the
Liuu.'can society and en various occasions
has made libera! donations te it ; and
that wc were net mere benefited
by the influence, of his intercourse,
was perhaps due te our own want of
working activity rather than te his want
of werkiii" activity. Still, while he was
OUIt KEGCLAR COKItESrOXDENVE
Rev. Charles Winbiglcr, late pastor of
the Church of Ged of this place, left here
at 10:45 this morning te accept his new
charge at Woestcr, Ohie. Last evening
members of his congregation presented te
Mr. "Winbiglcr a very handsome combina
tion geld pen and pencil, and during the
past week he has been the recipient of
ether gifts te the value of fifty dollars or
thereabout, for all of which he requests
us te say, he returns his sincere thanks.
Wc extend te Mr. "Winbigler the wish that
he may be as popular with his new congre
gation ;is with his old, knowing that if he
is net the fault will net rest with him.
Twe attempt were made last night te
burn Ezra Smcdlcy's agricultural manu
facturing establishment en Commerce
street and an attempt was also made te
fire the stable in the rear of David Hinkle's
American house en North Frent street.
Each attempt failed, as the lire was dis
covered and extinguished before gaining,
any considerable headway. The lire de
partment was called out once but its ser
vices were net required.
In the lecture room of the E. E. Luth
eran chuich this evening Rev. F. W.
Stalcy will lecture en "Pilgrims' Pro
gress." The Republican helmet company sere
naded, early last evening, at the residences
of E. K. Smith, Dr. F. Hinkle and S. H.
Purple, each of whom were patrons of the
company. Mr. Smith invited the company
te partake of refreshments, aud they did
justice te a bountifully spread table.
The hubbub in town last night was per
fectly frightful. Crowds of men were
marching about the streets singing, cheer
ing, blowing tin horns, beating tin caus
ami improvising for the occasion every
conceivable noise-making instrument they
could lay hands en. It was the biggest
racket we have ever witnessed and we
knew it was daylight before some of the
men saw their beds. Did we net knew
better we would say the crowd was tem
Maggie, the seven-year-old daughter of
William Mullen, died en Monday night of
The Pennsylvania railroad freight trains
were run iu such a way yesterday as te
give the men an opportunity te vote. A
few; however, missed.
The election here passed off very
quietly. There were no disturbances at
the polls. The weather remained beauti
ful throughout the day and a very heavy
vote was polled. The total vote of the
borough en president was : Democratic
831, Republican 913. The majorities will
be found in the county table. There was
little or no cutting en the state, judiciary
or county ticket except en district attor
ney, en which the vote steed as fellows :
First ward, McMullen 315, Davis 273 ;
Second ward, McMullen 264, Davis 318 ;
Third ward, McMullen 310, Davis 238.
Total, McMullen 889, Davis 829 Mc51ul
lcu's majority 60. Black had 11 votes
and thcGrccnback-Natienal ticket 1 in the
The following gentlemen were elected
as officers of the Lancaster and Lititz
turnpike company, en Monday at Lititz
Springs hotel :
President Henry G. Leng.
Managers Jacob M. Leng, Emanuel
P. Keller, Adam S. Keller, Benjamin
Leng, ir., Jehn N. Eby, A. W. Shober.
Treasurer M. T. itucbencr.
Flear. In tills city, en tha 2U of November,
llurDara, wire or rrancu iicar, agen m yeara,
4 months and 22 days.
Tlie relatives and friends cf the .family are
respectfully invited le attend the funeral from
her late residence. Ne. 750 Hlgn street, en
Thursday afternoon, at 2J o'clock. Interment
at Zlen cemetery.
Gcslet. In .this cltv, November t, 1880,
Jacob Gusley, in the C'Jlh year et bis age.
Tim relatives and friends of the family are
respectfully invited te ittend the funeral from
his late residence, 2IG Shlppen street, en Friday
nrternoen, at 2 o'clock. Interment at Lan
caster cemetery. 2td
llnoeLEV. On the 2d Inst., Jeseph Brogley,
n;jed 71 years.
The relatives and friends of the family are
i-CMpectiiiUy invited te attend the funeral en
Friday morning, nt 8 o'clock, from bis late res
idence, 405 East King street. High mass at
St. Antheny's church. Interment at St.
Jeseph cemetery. 2td
Hahk. In this cltv. Nev. 2, 1890, Jehn, son of
Philip and Sablna HaUn. aged Ti years, 11
months and 29 days.
Ills relatives and friei.d are respectfully in
vited te attend the funeral irem the residence
of bis parents. Ne. TO, Seuth Queen street, en
Friday morning nt 9 o'clock. High mess at St.
St. Jeseph's church.
laceb GusIcy,ene of the eldest aud best
known bricklayer of this city, died yester
day at his rcsidcnce,Ne.21G Shippen street,
agsd 69 years. He had built or assisted
in building mere of the principal build-
living we Feltai. cn'cii cling influence which ! 1in?s,in this city perhaps than any ether
might bring us in rapport with him when
occasion required : but new that he has
passed from earth wc feci that that circle
has been broken, and therefore we cannot
but regret the less which wc, in common
with his family, his friends and the cause
of science, have sustained by his unher
The example of Dr. Haldeman, as an
industrious student of the Boek of Nature,
was one certainly worthvef the imitation
of young men who are imbued with a love
for scientific investigation, for although
he was the graduate of a college, yet his
achievements were mainly due te his in
flexible perseverance, and his striking out
into eiiginal and and unexplored chan
nels ; aud it could be said of him with es
pecial emphasis that he literally " died in
Wc knew. tee. that his light was "never '
hidden under a bushel," and that he was j
always ready and willing te impart in-
miliar te him te any
cere application te him.
Feeling that it may be a long time be
fore the vacuum caused by his death will
be tilled in the county which he adorned
asa scientist and citizen, wc place these
sentiments en record as the sense of the
Linmrau society in its relations te a dis
tinguished and departed correspondent.
Bills reported and ordered te be paid.
After a prolonged "talk" under the rule
of "scientific gossip," which was generally
participated in, the society adjourned te
meet en the last Saturdav "in November,
bricklayer in the citv. His funeral will
take place euFriday afternoon at 1 o'clock,
interment at Lancaster cemetery.
A. K. Manlcy, freight conductor en
night freight between Reading and Lan
caster, had his right baud badly squeezed
by its being caught between the dead
weeds of cars while coupling.
A Sign Beard.
The boom of the "businessmen" didirt
work well in this city. The Democratic
majority for president was trebled, aud
Harry Dcmuth, the only " business man"
en the Republican ticket, was badly elc-fcatcd.
A little boy whose name is net given,
while playing en Maner street was ran
ever by a buggy in which three men weie
niatien upon such subjects as were fa-1 driving and badly bruised about the
liar le him te any one wliD made a siu-' body and legs.
Delicate leiuales iind JIalt Bitters nourish
ins, strengthening and purifying.
The "Scattering" Vetes.
The Prohibition candidates polled "the
following vote in this city : Iu the First
ward, 1, ( for district attorney, James
Black, esq., polled 11 ) ; Third ward, 1
( Black, 3 ) ; Fifth ward, 3 ( Black, 6 ) ;
Sixth ward, 3 (Black, 9 ) ; Eighth waul,
1 (Black, 2 ) ; Ninth ward, Black, 4.
The Greenback candidates polled the
following vote : In the First ward, 1 (Jehn
Evans, for Assembly, C ) ; Fifth ward,
1 ehn Evans, 3 ; Seventh ward, 2 ; Eighth
waid, 10 (Jehn Evans, 7) ; Ninth ward, 2.
Although there was much drunkenness
and disorderly conduct yesterday and last
night, the constables and committing mag
istrates were lenient and nearly all the de
fendants were discharged. The mayor
commuted a fewdiunken tramps.
Ne mirror ever yet tnrcw back
A meic repulsive sight.
Thau teeth that arc decayed and black;
Or one mere pure and bright
Than rows of pearl?, that all may vaunt
Who put their faith in SOZODONT.
A natural bcautiller and restorer of the com
plexion Cnlicura Medicinal Seap.
Ne Mere Nauseous Drugs.
Fer nauseous drugs, no use there seen will be.
Fer Salts, Magnesia, Senna no pretence.
Dispensing Chemists, all men will agree,
Te view, as things witn which they may dis
pense. Hut when Dyspepsia assails, then U the time
Spring Illoskeui's virtue as a remedy.
rnccs: mjc, trial Dettles luc.
Fer sale by II. B. Cocran, drusgist, 137
13) North Queen street, Lancauter,' I'a.
A lady in East Liberty, l'a., whose lace was
covered with sores, was cured by using eue
bottle of " Dr. I.iiidbey'g Bleed Searcher."
Over the Hills te the Hene Yard.
Stkaieut te the Bene Yakd people go who
neglect tee long the danger signal of approach
ing consumption, a hacking cough. But with
Dr. Themas' KcIeclricOil ler a safeguard the
peril is averted. It is superlatively fine rem
edy also lerrheiinintisiii, piles, soreness, hurts,
Ac. Fer sale by 1 1. It. Cochran, druggist, 137
aud 139 North Queen street, Lancaster. Pa. 10
It is impossible ler a woman after a faithful
course et treatment with Lydia . Plnklmm's
Vegetable Compound te continue te suffer
with a weakness et the uterus Enclose a
tamp te Mrs. Lydia K. Pinkham, 233 Western
avenue. Lynn, Mass., for pamphlets.
Bclcctrle Oil! Amongst the Hase Balists.
Jeseph Durrinberger, Broadway, says he bad
the niMbrt'inc te severely sprain fils ankle
cenllning him te his room and causing ex
treme sutferlng, bis brother " Lessee of the E.
Side B. B. Grounds" who always uses it in
such case-, induced him te try it and he Navs
that the application et the Eclectric Oil hair a
dozen times enabled him te walk round and
betere he had used of the bottle lie was
quite recovered. Fer' sale by II. B. Cochran,
druggist, 137 and 1.19 North Queen street, Lan
exster, l'a. 47
The secret of long life is te keep the liver
perfectly healthy, which is best accomplished
by using only "Sellers Liver Fills."
' Drewn' Drenrhial Treche" are used with
advuntage te alleviate Coughs, Sere Threat,
Hoarseness and Bronchial Affections. Fer
thirty years these Troches have been in use,
with annually increasing favor. They are net
new and untried, but, having been tested by
wide mill constant use for nearly an entire,
generation, they have attained well-merited
rank among the few staple remedies of the age.
"Drewn' Drenchial Troches" act directly
en the organs of the voice. Tl.ey have an ex
traordinary effect in ail disorders of the Tlireat
and Larynx, restoring a healthy tone, when re
laxed, cither lrem co.'d or ever-exertion of the
voice, and produce a clear and distinct enunci
ation. Speakers and Singers find the Troches
A Cough, CeKI, Catarrh ei Sere Threat re
ijuires immediate attention, us neglect often
times results in some incurable Lung Disease.
' Drewn' s Drenchial Treche" will almost in
variably give relief. Imitations arc offered for
.-ale, many et which are injurious. The genu
ine "Drawn' Drenchial Treche" are sold
only in boxes. aul5-lyd&wTu,TliftS
Jacob Smith, Clinten St., Buffalo, says, he
has used Spring lilossem iu ids family as a
general medicine for ceses of Indigestion, Bil
iousness, Bewel and Kidney Complaints, and
disorders ari-ing from unpurftiesef the bleed,
be speaks highly of its efficacy. Prices: 50
cents, trial bottles 10 cents. Fer sale by II. II.
Cochran, druggist. 137 and 139 North Queen
btrcct, Lancaster, l'a. 46
Dn. Browmse' C. & C. Cordial is invalu
able tot he consumptive. Taken with regu
larity and according te directions, its effects
ure wenderlul in acute and chronic diseases of
the threat and lungs. Fer sale by all druggists
and the proprietor, Dr. Browning, 1117 Arch
Street, rhiludelphia. Trice 50 cents.
The sciences et medicine and chemistry have
never produced se valuable- a remedy for the
treatment et Kidney disease as the accidental
discovery of the vegetable contained in Day's
Kidset 1'ad Its reliable character, desirable
qualities and mas'erly curative power have
deeply wen upon the confidence of the medi
cal profession and countless sufferers who
have used it. nl-lweed&w
T he Tidy Housewife.
The careful, tidy housewife, when she Is giv
ing her house its spring cleaning, should bear
in mind that the dear inmates et her house are
mere pi ecieus than houses, and that their sys
tems need cleansing by purifying tha bleed,
regulating the stomach ami bowels te prevent
and cure the diseases arising from spring ma
laria and miasma, and she should knew that
there is nothing iliat will de it se perfectly and
surely as Hep Bittern the purest and best of
all medicines. See ether column.
Mathers! Mothers! ! Mether:!:
Are you disturbed at night and broken el
your rest by a sick child suffering and crying
with the excruciating pain or cutting teeth?
It se, go at once and gcta bottle of MK9. WINS
LOW'S SOOTHING SYBUP. It will relieve the
peer little sufferer immediately depend upon
it ; there is no mistake about it. There is net a
mother en earth who has ever used it, who will
net tell you at once that it will regulate the
bowels, and give rest te the mother, and relief
and health te the child, operating like magic.
It is perfectly safe te use in all cases, and pleas
ant te the taste, anil is the prescription et one
of the eldest and best fenvde physicians and
muses in the United States. Sold everywhere
i". rent a ltettl". ril7-lvd&wM.WS
Wines ler Medicine.
Seme time since we stepped at Pussnie, N. J.,
and were really surprised te see the amount of
Mr. Specr's stock el Pert Grape Wine en hand
it is almost labuleus. Four store houses arc
filled, and tiers upon tiers of casks, up and
down stiars, and in some cases huge casks oc
cupy every available spot, leaving only Utile
alleyways through which te walk. It is an
illimitable quantity of wine. Nene Is sold
unless it lias acquired the age et tour years,
and the buildings 1, 2, 3 and 4, arc of the first,
second, third and fourth years' vintage. Our
druggists have some of the eldest of the above
wine direct from 3lr. Speer. Patterson Guar
dian. This wine is new in demand .ler ceinmu
nien purposes. It is excellent for weakly per
tens before retiring.
This wine is endorsed by Drs. Atlee and
Davis, and sold by II. E. Sluymaker.
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ANIliU A GOOD GIRL TO DO GEN-
cral housework. Annlv nt
WANTKD A GIRL TO GO TO PH1XA PH1XA PH1XA
delphiatode general housework. Ap
ply at Ne. J13 North Mulberry street. ltl
H. Z. RHOADS & BRO.
Call attention te the completeness and variety of their
stock, including every article of every description in their line,
from the low-priced te the costly. All grades of "Watches and
Time-keepers. All classes of Jewelry, including; very many
pretty designs in cheap goods, and a superb collection of fine
Diamond Goods. Silverware in full variety, from any geed
Electro-plated article te the Solid Silver Goods of great intrin
sic worth. Oil Paintings, Musical Bexes, Bronzes, Sec., &c.
All purchasers of goods in our line, all persons contemplat
ing the purchase of such goods, all admirers of beautiful goods,
are respectfully invited te visit our store.
H. Z. RHOADS & BRO., Jewelers.
SOLID SILVERWARE in all the new styles, comprising many articles
specially appropriate for wedding: and anniversary occasions.
BAILEY, BANKS & BDDDLE.
CLOCKS IN RICH VARIETY, including Mantel Clocks and Cleck Sets,
Traveling Clocks, &c. The most favorite Cleck is " The Stem Winder."
BAILEY, BANKS & BLDDLE.
WATCHES the best in the world, in novel finish of case and great
variety of ornament. Our own guarantee gees with each Watch we sell.
BAILEY, BANKS & BIDDLE.
FOREIGN GOODS This Winter's Fancy Goods excel and exceed all
our previous importations. In every department low prices prevail.
Bailey, Banks & Biddle,
12TH AND CHESTNUT,
BLANKET SHAWLS ler Ladies.
BLANKET SHAWLS for Children.
BLANKET SHAWLS for Scheel Girls.
PAISLEY, THIBET and It ROCHE SHAWLS.
SHAWLS IN QUANTITIES
EMU altera for lien.
UNDERWEAR for Ladies.
UNDERWEAR for Gents.
UNDERWEAR for Heys and Girls.
UNDERWEAR at nil prices.
Next Doer te the Court Heuse.
HAGER & BROTHER
Fall anil Winter Season 1880.
Hemer, Golladay & Ce.
Our assortment for the Fall mid Winter
Sriisen is new complete, and we have never
offered se attractive a stock In all our dspurt
It is imposaible te pive a faint Idea of the
many hcautllnl novelties we show this season.
The ctterts of Foreign Manufactures this sea soa sea
sen have been very Mieceful, both in Solid
Celers and Fancies.
Iu addition te our tmnerb stock of Finn
Goods, we have a lrs assortment of French
mid Ueiuentlc Flnnuci SuiMiik, new se much
in vogue, from 25c te S1.00 per yard. In
Silks, Velvets and Plushes
Our assortment excels all previous ones In
Reauty and design, richness and coloring, and
great variety, l'urticuliir attention has been
paid te have the colorings match, se that no
difficulty is experienced lu selecting a combi
nation dress that will harmonize perfectly in
hare new open the latest novelties in French,
English and American
FRENCH PLAIDS, HANDKERCHIEFS,
SUITINGS, SIDE BANDS, CASH MERE
FOULE, MOMIE CLOTHS, FLAN
NEL SUITINGS, Ac, &c.
Have Just received from New Yerk Import
ers a line of Cloaks, Delmans and Jackets In
tha Latest Style for Ladies and Misses.
Black and Celer, Plain aud Fanev, in Large
SVe invite examination.
Black Goods, Lace, Handker
; kerchief, Embroidery, Gleve,
Hosiery, xuddeu ana
a lull ami most att motive assortment will be
We nlfee call attention te out
K3"AU order are executed with promptness
and in th best manner.
In all Departments our stock will be found
replete with the. NEWEST AND MOST DE
SIRABLE GOODS, and at prices that ars as
low as the lowest.
HOMER, COLLADY & CO.,
1412 and 1414 CHESTNUT STREET,
FAimras' NatI. Bask of Laxcastkr,
November 1. 1890.
The beard of directors have this day declared
a dividend et five and a-balf per cant, for tha
last six months, payable en demand.
EDW. II. BROWN.
X All kinds of Heuse Faintin'and Graining
done ntthuxlierUst notice and in the best pos
sible style. We have reduced our prices te
1.7."i per day. simp en Charlette ntrect.
ecU2-.tmd ALLEN GUTHRIE & SONS.
DEMOCRATIC GOVJSRNOB IN NEW JERSEY.
New Yerk Mayoralty in Doubt.
FACTS AND EIGUMES.
Democratic Legislative Gala la Berks.
Reading, Pa., Ner. 3. Berks county
representatives : 1st district McFarLuidi
Democrat, S05 majority, Wagner, Demo
crat, 148 majority. This is a Democratic
gain of one member of Assembly.
Tbe Tet la Schuylkill.
POTTSTILLE, Pa., Nev. 3. All but two
districts in Schuylkill county give Brumm,
Fusionist candidate for Congress, ever a
thousand majority. In the lirst leg
islative district Higgins, Dem., has
nearly 200 majority. Second dis
trict, Welsh, Fusionist, is elected ;
Third district, Sehicher, Dera., is
elected ; Fourth district, Beland, Dera.7
Steers and Edwards, Rep., are elected.
Kcefere, Rep., has nearly 200 majority for
state Senate. The county ticket has been
carried by the Fusionists.
Democratic Gala In Tleca.
WELLSBORO,Pa.,Nev. 3. Tiega ceunty:
Garfield, 2,800 plurality ; Lemen, Rep.,
for auditor general, 2,800 plurality;
Greene, Rep., for supreme judge, 2,800
plurality. Congress, 16th district, R. J.
C. Walker, Rep., 2,000 majority in the
ceuuty. State Senate, 25th district, L.
Emery, Rep., 3,500 majority. Represen
tatives, J. B. Hilcs, Rep., 2,000 plurality,
Charles Tuhbs, Rep., 2,000 plurality.
The Eighteenth District.
Middleuure, Pa., Oct. 3. The official
majority of Snyder county for .Garfield is
540. Fer Congress (Eighteenth district)
Fisher, Rep., 539 majority in the county.
Hancock Gains In Sullivan.
Dusuere, Pa., Nev. 3. Suilivan coun
ty gives every Democrat en the ticket a
majority of from 500 for Hancock te 300
for A ckley for representative ; Democratic
gain of 150.
Hexebdalk, Pa., Net. 3. Wayne
county, Hancock, 300 majority, a Demo
cratic less en 1876 ; Congress, C. C. .Tad
win (Rep.), 750 majority in the county ;
Representatives, Slillham (Rep.), 100 ma
jority ; Underwood (Rep.) probably small
Fourth Congressional District In Doubt.
Bosten, Nev. 3. With twenty-eight
towns te hear from the returns up te 8
o'clock this morning give Gen. Garfield a
plurality et 49,107. The Republicans
carry every congressional district in the
state except the Fourth district and that
is in doubt.
The Blue Hen's Chickens O.K.
Wilmington, Del., Nev. 3. Returns
from all the election districts in the state
except two in Kent county the majorities
of which are estimated upon the
vote at the election last September
show a Democratic majority of 1,045.
Twe-thirds of the Legislattue is Demo
cratic, insuring the return of Bayard te
the Senate. The Republicans elect their
whole ticket in New Castle county by a
majority of about 100.
Clese Nicking en the Mayoralty.
New Yerk, Nev. 3. The latest returns
show the vote en the mayoralty te be as
fellows : Grace, Democrat, 98,051, Dowd,
Republican, 96.748. Grace's majority
1,303. Fifteen election districts are yet
te be heard from.
The Legislature Very Clese.
Trenten, Nev. 3. The Legislature is
likely te be very close en joint ballet, with
the probabilities that the Republicans will
have three majority.
Ludlow .Elected Governer The Legislature
Trenten, N. J., Oct. 3. Beth parties
agree that Ludlow, Democrat, is elected
governor by from 600 te 1,200 majority.
The Republicans have nine majority in
the Senate and eight in the Heuse. The
Congressional delegation is the same as
Slate for Garfield Congressional Dele
Hartferd, Conn. Nev. 3. With five
towns te hear from, this state gives Gar
field pluralty 2867. Fer Governer Bigelow
(Rep) has 672 plurality. Fer Congress ;
Buck (Rep) in the First district has 1098
plurality; Phelps (Dem) Second district
1984 plurality ; Wait (Rep) Third district
2665 plurality; Miles (Rep) Fourth district
Haneeck Carries the State Governorship
Nashville, Tenn., Oct. 3, 3:40, a. m.
Hancock's majority in the state will be
a slight falling off from the Tilden vote of
1776. The governor is still in doubt and
will net be decided te night.
Claimed by the Republicans.
Portland, Oregon, Nev. 3. At Repub
lican headquarters the state is claimed for
Garfield by from 500 te 1,000.
The Regular Democracy Victorious.
Staunton, Va., Nev. 3. Allen, Regular
Democrat, ij probably elected te Congress
in 17th district ever PauI,Readjustcr.
Garfield carries the New England
states by the following majorities : Maine,
247 ; New Hampshire, 2,500 ; Vermont,
27,000 ; Massachusetts, 50,000 ; Rhede
Island, 8,000 ; Connecticut, 3,000.
Mew Yerk Market.
Niw Yerk. Nev. 3. Fleur State and Wst
ern market quiet and ste:idy, with,
moderate expert ami Jobbing trade inquiry:
Superfine, at ! S5jj4 : extra ue at
Ki54 GO; choice, de, ft t4 7S: fancy du
$4806D; round hoop Ohie $4 705 : choice de
at IS 10t 00 ; superfine western t&3 25;
common te geed extra de It 454 73 : cheica
de 9t 8066 SO ; choice white wheat de $4
Q4 85; Southern Ann and unchanged: com
mon te fair extra $4 9035 50; geed te cheica
Wheat a shade stronger anil fairly actlve
Ne. 1 White, Nev.. 31 16I 16 : Ne. 2 Red.
Nev.. at $1 lei 19: de Dec., at 11 'SA(jr
isujs: ue juii.. ui si iirjeii
Cern ic better and quiet ; Mixed west :nt
spet.Mui5tc; de future. .WifWc.
Oaueteady: Ne. 2. Nev.. SJtfc ; State 38?
Peniru Umily $.10035 37; St. Leuis famiiy
at f.37 ft 50: Minnesota fimily ." 2595 75:
Straight SUOO&RM): Winter patent f .W7 50 ;
Spring de$7008 25.
Kye flour flnu at $5 Mgr.oe.
Wheat quiet bnt Arm : Ne. 2 Western Ket
SI 15; l'enn'a. ltcd il 1I1 10; Amber
i 1491 1C.
Cern dull but firm : yellow at Si Q53c ; nilxe.t
Oat dull, and ireak : .Ne. 1. Will te
40K;Jfe. de 3yj;c; Ne.:: de 37ffi"7;c; Ne.
2, Mixed rcjie.
Kye dull at 95c.
Previsions quiet; intss perk 41550310: bent
hams $17 1750; Indian m." beet at $1S50;
smoked hams mWAe; pickled ham- SJjtl'Jc;
bacon smoked shoulders SQfts : salt de 5Jc.
Lard linn : city kettle at sii'Je : Iihhe
butchers' 7,:Jc; prime steam fSSHQSlU.
Butter firm, with ceed demand ler Cheice:
Crcamerv extra 3132e: de geed te choice 2S0
30c; B.C. and N. Y. extra 23Q2te: Western
reserve extra 212?c; de hk1 le choice Uig
20c: ItelN Ann with fair demand for cheice:
Western Bcscrvi cxtr.i 23321c; l'enn'a Kxtru.
Eggs scarce nnd tlrni: l'enn'a Extra 23c
Cheese dull and weak ; New Yerk full
cream at 12J4SI3c; Western full enrim :iu
12Kl3c;de fairtogeod HQI'-'c; di ii:iird:iiu
Petroleum dull ; refined 12c.
Whisky at $1.11.
Seeds Geed te prime clever dull ati50t
750: Timethy nominal at !70?g'J: Flaxkewt
at $1 35.
Nxw Yerk Stocks.
a. m. r. m. r. m. r. m. r. x.
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Michigan Cent. It. K.-lleiJ 100M
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Chicago, M, St. r..10(V 10C.J,
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Ontario and Western. 25
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Unit-aster ami Marietta lurnpuce.
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Lane, and Willow Street turnpike
Farmers' Nat. Banket Lancaster..
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