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LANCASTEE TVaiCT INlEmGlC
COURT OF COMMON PLKAS.
Before Judge Uvlsgrten.
The jury in the case of 3Iary T. E.
Hiester Levis, transferres of Anna L.
Sbenk, vs. Emeline Heffman and Samuel
Heffman, rendered a verdict in favor of the
plaintiff for $1,265.46.
In the case of the cem'th of Pennsylva
nia, for the use of Lancaster county, vs.
Wm. F. Pickel and Wm. P. Pickel, guar
dian of Benjamin F. Pickel, garnishee, a
verdict was taken in favor of the plaintiff
J. and J. Bachman vs. Jacob Myers.
Verdict taken in favor of the plaintiffs for
Jehn Staley vs. Geerge Wall, William
Wesner and Geerge Wesner. This is an
action of ejectment te ascertain the owner
ship of a triangular-shaped piece of ground
situated en Seuth Mulberry and West
Strawberry streets, having 85 feet en the
former and 118 feet en the latter street.
The plaintiff traced the ownership of the
land by deeds from 1734 te 1866, when
they allege that it was purchased by Mrs.
Ann Staley, mother of the plaintiff, and
wife of Cyrus Staley, from Geerge Miller.
Afterwards Mrs. Staley transferred the
property te the plaintiff. The deed from
Miller te Mrs. Staley cannot be found, it
having been lest, without being recorded,
a'theugh diligent search has been made
The defense is that the defendants lent
Cyrus Staley, who said that he was owner
of this land, considerable money. The
land was sold at sheriff sale. They pur
chased it and new hald a tlccd from the
sheriff. On trial.
Before Judge Patterson.
Jehn K. Barr and Hattie A. Barr for
the me or Hattie A. Barr vs. the Farmers'
Mutual insurance company. The plaintiff
side of the case is that en May 31 in the
year 1867, Mr. Barr insured his house in
"West Ilempficld township, in the defen
dant cjmpany and paid the premiums.
When the policy was about te expire the
agent informed him of the fact and he said
that he desired te insure his ether
buildingsalse for three years mere and told
the agent te make the survey. This was done
and in the latter part of April, or early in
May 1870, as is alleged, Barr offered te
Kign an application in blank, as he might
net be home en May 31st. This was done
and the money was paid and Bair received
a lei-cipt dated May 31st. On May 19,
1873, the barn, coin-crib, tobacco shed,
fcc, of the piepcity, were destroyed by
iire when Barr was away from home.
When he asked the defendants for his
money they claimed that his insurance pol
icy had expired en May 3d, 1873. The
amount of the insurance en the burned
buildings w:is originally about 4,000. Bair
& Shcnk, bankers, held a judgment against
the plaintiff, and they attached about
33,000 of this money, which they recovered
by a law suit, the remainder, something
ever $1,000, is sought te be recovered by
plaintiff. The defense is that the insur
ance expired en May 3d, before the fire
occurred, and that the receipt when given
was of that date. On trial.
WOMANHOOD IX SIIAK-jl'KAKK
Lecture by Wallace. Uruce Last Kvcning.
Mr. "Wallace Bruce, of Peughkecpsie,
X. Y., lectured last evening at Fulton hall
upon " Womanhood in Shakspearc." The
" orator of literature " was introduced by
Marriett Uresius, esq, lie said that the
title of the lecture combined the two best
known words in the EuglUli language. Te
place upon the stage all the charactcis of
Shakspeaic's dramas would require seven
hundred perfeiincis. and net ene
of these creatures resembles in the
slightest degiee any ether. Se true
are they drawn te nature that net
one among them all will ever be out of
date. Among these diameters we find
four heieines te every here about the
ratio In which they aic found in leal life.
The difficulty is that among se many it is
no slight matter te make selections for
illustration. Glancing at Shakspeare's
creations as a whole we are struck l3' the
strength of his heroines and the remark
able weakness of his heroes. With the
exception of Antonie, in the "Merchant of
Venice," and Brutus, he has given us no
.strong or perfect man.
The lecturer described a picture he had
seen in which were grouped all the
diameters of Aven's bard. The heroines
appeared like sunshine piercing the sad
ness and gloom which surrounded his
lierees. He divided the female characters
of the poet into three classes, the roman
tic, the domestic and the heroic.
Miranda, Rosalind, Ophelia and Julist
were chosen as illustrations of the romantic
in womanhood. Most poets and nearly all
novelists end their story here leaving off
with the sound of the marriage bells. But
we de net find it se in Shakspeare, nor in
actual life. The master-genius subordi
nates the ideal te the real. Queen Cather
ine, Imogene, Cerdelia and Isabella were
chosen te represent the domestic and hero
ic in womanhood. Of all the poet's female
creations the lecturer esteemed Portia the
most perfect, combining in herself the
three qualities of his analysis romance,
the domestic virtue, and heroism. She al
most reached the ideal of a perfect woman.
Our conclusion from the s-tudy of Shak
Kpeare's female characters is that in his
dramas woman is ever represented, wherever
we find her, as the soul of society. Her
strenirth lies in her moral influence, and
her mission is te reform and elevate man
kind. Mr. Bruce illustrated his lecture by
many apt quotations from the great
dramatist, and proved himself throughout
te be a familiar student of his critics as
well as his works. His delivery was easy
and graceful and his description marked
by great beauty of language. He was in
teriupted several times by hearty ap
plause, and the audience departed well
pleased with the entertainment.
Committed for Court.
William Jenes, one of the men engaged
in the riot at the Rohrcrstewn rolling mill,
wsis arrested this morning and taken be
fore Alderman Spurrier. He was held te
bail for a further hearing en Saturday next
at 2 e o'clock te answer for riot, and for a
felonious assault and battery en Patrick
O'Donnell, who is new lying at the county
hospital suffering from a blew he received
en the head during the riot.
Axsault and Battery.
Jacob Weeds, colored, en complaint of
Lydia Pinkerton, also colored, was held te
"bail by Alderman Spurrier te answer at
court for assault and battery.
The trouble at the Rohrcrstewn iron
-works has ended, quiet has been restored,
and the striking employees have gene te
A Well-Known Place.
lielermcd Church Messenger.
It is publicly announced that Mrs. Har
riet Lane Johnsten has purchased "Steny
Batter," the farm en which her uncle,
James Buchanan, fifteenth president of the
United States, was born, and will erect
upon it some monument te his memory.
What the character of her memorial
will be, -whether shaft of stone or build
ing of some ether kind, has net yet
been stated; but the place is known te
nearly all these who have ever spent
much time at Mercersburg. A glorious
place it is tee that "Gap " en the read te
McConnellsburg. Who does net remember
the outlines of the mountain just there,
with the gray turnpike winding ever it, and
the cone-shaped cedars and the laurels, and
the ferns and clear babbling brooks, and
the beauteous lights and shadows tliat
came creeping up, like familiar things, se
palpable that one could almost fondle them.
We would net be astonished te find it a
place of resort in the future,especially new
as it is accessible by railroad. What a grand
place it would be for our weary ministers
se spend a few summer days ! Hew would
Dr. Trail Green, or Prof. Perter, like te
call the roll of an old Betany class en the
little stone bridge that spans the read ?
Alas ! many, whose gay talk and laughter
made the weeded ravines vocal, could net
answer. They are gene te their long homes,
and the thoughts of these who remain
wauld be subdued ; but we doubt whether
the "old boys " would be mere inclined te
came down te the analysis of flowers than
they were a quarter of a century age.
Washington Borough Items.
Mr. Musser, of Mountville, purchased
one crop of tobacco here, for which he
p.iid 10 cents fei wrappers and 4 cents for
Protracted meetings have commenced
at the Bethel and M. E. churches. Beth
have geed audiences every evening and a
few have presented themselves at the altar
The liver is still falling and sporting and
gunning men are in hopes of a geed duck
ing harvest ere long.
"Aunt Pelly's" rehearsal for the "Singin
Skewl" nt the opera house te-morrow, at 5 p.
Charles Brimmer has erected for Aaren Tel
ler, en hi- tobacco warehouse, Shippen street,
two large signs 31 feet long and 4y high.
' Enchantment"1 Te-night. The gorgeous
tpectuclc el " Knchaiilment" will be presented
at Fulton opera house this evening, by a
specially selected cast and ballet, under the
direct supervision of the Messrs. Kindly, who
have produced it i 1th such reinarkablesucecss
in New Yerk and l'hiladelphia. The mechani
cal and scenic effects are said te be marvcleu,
and in the cast arc such well known and favor
ite names as Miss Belle Mackenzie and Mr.
Denhain. The ballet will be led by the great
pieniiere, Mile. l)e ltesa.
Mil. F. K. Witt, Cleveland, Ohie, Rheuma
tism in the let. Cured alter three applications
et St. Jaceii's Oil.
When the lips are dry or scarred.
When the teeth are dark or dull,
When the tongue is het and liurd,
And tills the tainted mouth tee full,
The magic SOODOXT supply.
And all these ills before it llv.
Election of Scheel Directors.
X. Lcwiu, M. I).
BFer further details see ad vei rising
LANCASTER HOUSEHOLD MARKET.
Cup cheese, 2 cups
Dutch cheese f) lump
Cottage cheese, 2piccc
Chickens $1 pair
Ducks $) pair
Turkeys $1 ft dressed
Ueese fc) piece
Chestnnts 1 'it
Shelbarks 1 qt
Walnuts $! pk
ISass ?J fli
Cattish $1 ft
Oysters $1 100
lleef Steak, 6
" Heast(rib) fl ft
(chuck) 11 ft
" Corned, 51 ft
" Dried,?! ft
Lamb $1 ft
Lard ?! ft
Mutten fl ft
Pudding fl ft
Sausage fl ft
Sides and lluceii fl ft
Shoulders fl ft
Veal 21 ft
. . . .(;S8e
. . .!)10c
Wheat 1 bus $1.M
Rye 13 bu
. . . . .;nrc
Cern fl bus
Oats fl bus
Cleverseed fl bus
Timethy Seecd fl bus
Apple Butter fl qt
Cider fl gallon
E-rirs 33 dez
Heney fl ft 2025c
soup $1 n ;iihpc
Saner kraut fl qt 1012c
Apples fl y, pk 152.'c
Bananas ft piece 5c
Cranberries fl qt 10c
Cherries, dried, fl qt 12c
Currants, dried, fl ft 12c
Dried Apples fl qt 8c
" Peaehesfl qt 10(f12c
Lemens fl dez i":J0c
Oranges fl dez : 1530e
Beets fl bunch -rc
Cabbage fl head -XvC-c
Carrots fl bunch 35c
Horseradish fl piece 2."c
Lima beans fl qt 1320e
Onions fl M pk 25c
Potatoes Kl'fc 1012c
Sweetf! Kl'k 1220c
Soup Beans fl qt C
Salsify fl bunch Ice
Turnips, pk 58c
Dili you ever knew any person te be ill,
without inaction of the Stomach, Liver or Kid
neys, or did you ever knew one who was well
when either was obstructed or inactive ; and
did you ever knew or hear of any case of the
kind that Hep Bitters would net cure. Ask
your neighbor this same question.
Use Lecher's Herse and Cattle Powders.
Regulate the Secretion.
In our endeavors te preserve health itiset
the utmost importance that we keep the sec
retory system in perfect condition. The well
known "remedy Kidney-Wert, has specific
action upon the kidneys, liver and bowels.
Use it instead of dosing with vile bitters or
drastic pills. It is purely vegetable and is
prompt but mild in action. J26-lwd&w
Hoarseness All suffering from Irritation of
the Threat and Hoarseness will be agreeably
surprised at the almost immediate relief afford
ed by the use of "Brown's Bronchial Troches."
Try Lecher's Cough Syrup.
Fer fifty years "Sellers' Liver Pills have
brought health and happiness in thousands of
homes. Ask your d ruggist for them.
IN NEW AND ELEGANT DESIGNS.
New opening in all the best makes of Bedy Brussels, Tapestry Brussels, Three-ply Carpets, Extra Super Ingrain Carpets,
Brussels, Damask and Venitian Hall and Stair Carpets, Rag and Hemp Carpets, te which we invite examination. Alse,
FLOOR OIL CLOTHS,
Window Shading, Shade Fixtures, Table Oil Cleths, Stair Oil Cleths, Rugs and Matts, all in full assortment. In MUSLINS,
SHEETINGS, TABLE LINENS, &c, we have an unusually Large Stock, at Lewest Prices.
GIVLEK, BOWEES & HUEST,
Tiles! Filed! Tiles!
De you knew what it is te suffer with Piles?
If you de, you knew what Is one of the worst
torments of the human frame. It cures con
stipation, and then its tonic action restores
health te the diseased bowels, and prevents re
currence of the disease. Try it without de
Try Lecher's Cough Syrup.
An Important Personal Item.
Charles S. Prentice, of Teledo, Ohie, went te
Paris and thence te England te be treated for
Bright's disease, and after the best physicians
of both countries had done what they could
for him, gave up in despair and returned te
America te die. Here he received further
treatment from ether skillful physicians with
out benefit, and while "listlessly lingering in
pain and anguish," as lie says, heard et the
Safe Kidney and Liver Cure, took it, and was
completely cured in a few weeks. He gives
circumstantial details of his painful experi
ence and astonishing cure, in a long letter te
II. II. Warner & Ce., which will be lerwarded
en appllcatien. jl5-2wd
A precious gem is " Sellers' Cough Syrup"
has never been known te tail in curing colds,
coughs, and whooping cough. Price 25 cents.
Try Lecher's Cough Syrup.
One tcaspoentul et Dr. Browning's C. & C.
Cordial for coughs and colds every three hours
will relieve the severest case. Consumptives
will find satisfactory relief from its use. It Is
geed for Asthmatic Coughs.Urenchitis, Croup
Whooping Cough, Influenza, Sere Threat,
Hoarseness, and any troubles et the same
nature. At this time of the year colds are mere
quickly contracted than at any ether. It peo
ple will be imprudent, they must suffer the
consequence; but te atone for neglect use Dr.
Browning's C. & C. Cordial, and get relief. Fer
sale by druggists. Price 50 cents. Dr. Brown
ing, Proprietor, 1117 Arch street, Philadelphia.
Pure Spices nt Lecher's Drug Stere.
Mothers! Mothers!! Mothers!!!
Arc you disturbed nt night and broken et
your rest by a sick child suffering and crying
with the excruciating pain of cutting teeth?
It se, go at once and get n bottle of 3IKS.WIXS
LOW'S SOOi'IIINU SYWJP. Itwill 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 thut 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, and is the prescription of one
et the eldest and best female physicians and
nurses in the United States. Sold everywhere
25 cents a bottle. J17-lyd&wJI,WiS
Statistics prove that twenty-live per cent,
of the deaths in our larger cities are caused by
consumption, and when we rellect that this
terrible disease in its worst stage will yield te
u bottle of Lecher's Renowned Cough Syrup,
sliall we condemn the sufferers ler their neg
ligence, or pity them for their ignorance?
A Mether's JrIct.
The pride of a mother, the lite and joy of a
home, arc her children, hence her grief when
sickness enters and takes them away. Take
warning then, that you are running a terrible
risk, if they have a Congh, Croup or Whooping
Cough, which lead te Consumption, if you de
net attend te it ut once. Shiloh'.s Consump
tion Cure is guaranteed te cure them. Price 10
cents, 50 cents nndttl. Fer lame Back, Side,
or Chest, use Shiloh's Pereus Plaster. Price
2."i cents. Sold by 1). Hcitshu, Lancaster, and
51. L. Davis, Milicrsville.
The IJest I Ever Knew Of.
J. G. Starkey, a prominent awl influential
Citizen of Iowa City, says: "I have had the
Dyspepsia, and Liver Complaint for several
years, and have used every Ueinedy I could
hear of, without any relict whatever, until 1
saw your Shiloh's Vitalizer advertised in our
papar, uud was persuaded te try it. I am happy
te state that it has entirely cured me. It is cer
tainly the best Remedy I ever knew of." Price
7." cents. Sold by D. lleitshu, Lancaster, and
SI. L. Davis, Mlllersvillc.
Shiloh's Catarrh Keinedy.
A marvelous Cure for Catarrh, Diphtheria
Canker Meuth, and Head Ache. With each
bottle there is an ingenious nasal Injector ter
tlie mere successful treatment of tne com
plaint, without extra charge. Price 50 cents,
sold by D. Hcitshu, Lancaster, and 31. L. Davis,
Welleu Kirr. January 27, 18s0. by the Bev.
Dr. Jehn Kuelling, Jehn D. Weller te Miss
Barbara Kipp, both of Lancaster city.
DkIIavbx. -Jan. 20, 18S0, in Xe w Helland, Miss
Mary Dellaven, aged 73 years.
The relatives and friends are Invited te at
tend the funeral from the residence of Gee. II.
Banck, esq., en Thursday morning, at 10
e clock. ltd
NEW Alt VEHTISE31ENTS
J J LEW1N M. ., LATK OF BEKL1N,
1 . Germany, Ne. 213 West King street.
Oflice hours from 8 te 10 a. in., 1 te 2 p. m. ard
C te 8 p.m. j-28-2md
INSUKK YOURrKOl'EllTYIN TIIK IEKST
BAUSMAX & BUItNS'.
2-tfeedR Office: Xe 10 West Orange St.
TXSURK YOUR PROPERTY IN RELIAItLE
COM lA IKS at
10S West King Street.
UIRE, LIFE AND ACCIDENT.
Insurance at lowest rates. Geed and Reli
able Companies. HERB, & STAUFFER,
Reat Estate & Ins. Agts., 3 X. Duke St.
Brick Dwelling, with 10
rooms and 2 Stere rooms, en corner of Lemen
ami North Queen streets, Lancaster, Pa.
RIFE & KAUFMAN,
Xe. 19 East King Street,
j24-3td-S,M&WR Second Fleer.
ELECTION OF SCHOOL DIRECTORS.
The qualified electors of the city of Lan
caster are hereby notified that un election will
be held in the several wards ut the usual places
of holding state and county elections, en
TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 17, 18S0, between the
hours of 6 o'clock in the morning ami 7 o'clock
in the evening of said day, for the purpose of
electing twelveSchoel Directors for the term of
three years, from the first Thursday el Novem
ber next. And the election officers in the sev
eral wards arc hereby required te make the
necessary official returns et the election, und
te notify the persons elected within twenty
four hours after such election shall have been
closed and the number of votes for each candi
date or person voted for ascertained.
J. B. WARFEL, President.
C. F. Ebkrmax, Sec'y. j28-3td
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY
ASSETS : One Millien One Hundred
and Thirty-one Thousand Eight
Hundred and Thirty-eight Dollars.
All invested in the best securities. Le.scs
promptly paid. Fer policies call en
KIFE & KAUFMAN,
Xe. 19 East King St.. Lancaster, Pa.
25 EAST KING STREET.
A'JSir Alt VERTISE3LENTS.
luslins and Housekeeping Goods
NEW YORK STORE.
35 OASES AND BALES OF
MUSLINS AND SHEETINGS,
Selling by the piece or yard at less than Manufacturer's Prices. Special Bargains in
TOWELS AND TOWELINGS.
WATT, SHAND & THOMPSON,
20 & 22 EAST
GORHAM PLATED WARE,
And the Best Grades of American Electro-Plate en White Metal.
FRENCH CLOCKS WITH SILVER BELL,
FRENCH CLOCKS WITH CATHEDRAL BELL.
Complete Mantel Sets of Centre and Side Pieces in Marble or Bronze.
MUSICAL BOXES WITH HARP,
MUSICAL BOXES WITH BELLS, DRUM AND CASTAGNETTE,
Musical Bexes with Accompaniments and Mounted en Fine Library Writing:
A line general assortment of Jewelry, cemprising1 all the Newest Designs.
Designs and estimate of cost given for mounting Diamonds and ether
Special care taken in the execution of Fine Monograms and Inscription
Engraving. Alse, in complicated and ordinary watch and jewelry repairing.
H. Z. RHOADS & BRO., Jewelers,
Ne. 4 West King Street.
y V Everybody te advertise, free of charge,
in the Intkllieknceu, who wants something
A SALESMAN WANTED.
Nene but a lirst-classman necdapplv.
j'2S-2td J. B. MAKTIN & CO,
Apply at IS. Ulickenderfer's Varietv lien
Works, 128 North Water street, Lane-aster, Pa.
M Situation as Bartender. Five years im
portance in Western city. Speaks English and
German. Address, this office, M. J. F., ler
TT 50 Geed Cigarnmkcrs by Bennett & Hal
deman. Marietta, Pa. Geed wages, in weekly
TT Twe geed Cuirlers. Nene but steady
men need applv. Inquire at
ltd THIS OFFICE.
T ? A young man et steady habits wishes a
situation where he can
be useful in general.
G. W. V.,
Lancaster City, Pa.
VV A young man or steady habits desires a
situation ; is willing te make himself generally
useful, and will devote himself entirely te his
employer's interests. Please address
ltd G. W. S., Lancaster, Pa.
A UNT POLLY ISASSET'S
Thursday Eyeninij, January 29th, 1880.
RESERVED SEATS, Xi Cts.
ADMISSION, 23 Cts.
Tickets for sale at the Opera Heuse.
The audience was kept in rears of laughter
for ever two hour. Xeiv Yerk JItrald.
IULTOX OPERA HOUSE.
POSITIVELY OXE NIGHT ONLY
WEDNESDAY EVENING, JAN. 28.
The most Beautiful Spectacle ever seen,
Grand Spectacular Production, entitled
A Tale of Enchantment,
On a Scale of Magnificence and Grandeur sur
passing anything ever 'seen in America. En
tirely New and Nevel Costumes. Brilliant and
Glittering Armors and Jewels. Marvelous Me
chanical Effects. Full Cerps de Ballet. Grand
Cosmopolitan Ballet of 50 young ladies in Glit
tering Armer. Immense Demen Ballet. The
World's Greatest Premiers,
DE ROSA, MLLB. PAGALEBI,
And MOXS. ARNOLD KIRALFY, introducing
the following great European Specialty Ar
tists: LES FANTOCHS VALOTTE, THE
FAMOUS ULM SISTERS, in their Eccentric
Styrian Songs. THE THREE ROXALDOS,
MASTER CARLING, the Extraordinary Car
icaturist. Grand Amazen March,led by a beau
tiful and charmingly formed young lady. A
lew of the numerous Stage Pictures are :
Village in Hartz Mountains.
A Wild Cress Path in Brecken.
The Grotte of Stalacta.
Palace of Lace.
The Grand Staircase of the Gelden Terrace.
Grand Transformation Scene The Hemes of
Ne advance in Prices.
Seats new ready at the Opera Heuse. Secure
your seats in advance. Ne extra charge for
The cast will include Miss Belle Mackenzie,
Mrs. Geraen and Mr. Denham.
AS. ROSENBAUM & CO.,
. PACKERS OF LEAF TOBACCO, Ne. 223
prince street, Lancaster, ra-
j7-3md v Manager.
SECOND GRAND SOCIABLE OF THE
SbitHer Equipment Association will be
held at Rethweiler's Hall instead of theSbiffler
Hese Heuse, en Tuesday evening, February 3,
DEMOCRATIC WARD MEETINGS.
The Democracy et Lancaster city and all
who are willing te co-operate with them in se
curing an economical, honest and progressive
municipal government are invited te meet at
the ward houses in their respective wards
from 7 te 8 o'clock, en
WEDNESDAY EVENING, JAN. 28,
te make general nominations for the offices te
be filled at the approaching municipal elec
tions. The Ward Houses and the efllcea te be
tilled are as fellows :
1st Ward, Shebcr's Hetel. Select Council
man, Common Councilmen, Judge, Inspector
2d Ward, Union Hetel. Select Councilman,
Common Councilmen, Judge, Inspeoter, As
sessor and Constable.
3d Ward, Jacob Efllnger's Saleen. Select
Councilman, Common Councilmen, Judge,
Inspector, Assessor and Cen ,ble.
4th Ward, Gee. II. Erisini A Saleen. Alder
man, Select Council, Cor-jnen Councilmen,
Judge, Inspector, Assessor and Constable.
nth Wardv Philip Wall's Green Tree Hetel.
Common Councilmen, Judge, Inspector, As
sessor and Constable.
6th Ward, Jes. Kautz's Saleen. Select Coun
cilman, Common Councilmen, Judge, Inspec
tor, Assessor and Constable.
7th Ward, Bernard Kunlman's Saleen. Com
mon Councilmen, Judge, Inspeoter, Assessor
8th Ward, Lucas Fritz's Saleen. Select Coun
cilman, Common Councilmen, Judge, Inspec
tor, Assessor and Constable.
9th Ward, Arneld Haas's Saleen. Alderman,
Common Councilmen, Judge, Inspector, As
sessor and Constable.
General nominations for Mayer, Scheel Di
rectors (six te be elected) and City Committee
men will be made in all the wards.
The Primary Meetings te settle the nominees
of the party will be held en
SATURDAY EYENING, JAN. 31.
II. A. MILET,
Clutirmnn City Committee.
WEDDING SILVER !
Ice Cream Knives,
IS East King St.,
isemeved te Ne. 4 west King
fleer, Rhoads & Bre.'s new bnildin
4 West King street.
CRAYON PORTRAITS, SIGNS.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE LOT
Helders of Woodward Hill Cemetery for
election of Trustees will be held en MONDAY,
FEBRUARY 2, 1880, at 7 o'clock p. m., at office
et Gee. D. Sprecher.
By order of President.
j2G-tfd J.B MARTIN, Sec'y.
J. D. BOSENBEEQEE & CO.,
318 Settth Frent St., lhiladelphia,'Ja.
Dealers and Farmers having Eggs, Poultry,
Batter pound, print, roll and solid or any
kind of Country Produce, would de well te
ship te us, as wc guarantee full prices and
rempt returns. n26-1.1tw
WEDNESDAY EVENING, JAN. 28, 1880.
Washington, Jan. 28. Fer New Eng
land, the Middle states and the lower Iake
region, decidedly colder northwest te south
west winds, rising barometer and clear or
partly cloudy weather, except in northern
portions light rain or snow.
CRIME AND DISASTER.
A Man Beheaded en the Railroad.
Providence, R. I., Jan. 28. A man
named Haggerty was beheaded en the
Worcester railroad last nisht probably by
a freight train. He had been in the
Woonsocket police station for drunkenness,
but had been discharged when thought te
be sober enough te get home. He reached
Blackstone and probably became again
Accidentally Shet and Killed.
Syracuse, N. Y., Jan. 28. At neon
te-day Elias Gebhardt, 1C years of age, a
clerk in a hardwarde store, was accident
ally shot and instantly killed by a customer
te whom he was selling a pistol. In the
excitement the customer, who gave his
name as Costelle, from Wayne county,
disappeared. The revolver, which was
thought te be unleaded, contained three
Burned te Death.
Halifax, N. S., Jan. 28. Mrs. Jeseph
Ephelcn, a widow aged 78 years, was
burned te death yesterday while alone in
her house at Little Raven, Yarmouth
county. It is supposed that her clothing
became ignited while she was attempting
te light a fire.
Halifax, N. S., January 28. County
Counseller Donevan, of Ingonish, Victeria
county, C. B., who has been missing for
ten days, was found dead in the weeds
near Braddock. It is supposed he com
mitted suicide while insane.
Murdered in the Streets.
Elizabeth N. J., Jan. 28. Jeseph
Wolf, aged nineteen, was shot down and
robbed last night in going along the street
at Evena. The murderer escaped, but
several suspected persons have been ar
rested. roRtefflco Robbed.
Morristown, N. J., Jan. 28. The
posteflice at this place was broken into
and robbed last night, but te what extent
has net yet been ascertained.
Suicide of a Police Otllcer.
Norfolk, Va., Jan. 28. Chief of Po
lice Bensen committed suicide this morn
ing by sheeting himself.
Fire and Firebugs.
Wheeling, W. Va., Jan. 28. There is
no truth in specials reports sent lieme
about fire and firebugs.
ON THE KENNEBEC.
Affairs Down in Maine's Capital.
Augusta, Maine, 28. The Fusion
Legislature met this morning in Union
hall. Ne business was transacted in the
Heuse. That body took a recess until
four o'clock. All persons, including the
reporters, arc excluded.
In the Senate Mr. Gibbs moved tint all
newspapers reporters be excluded. The
general expression of opinion en the part
of the Fusion members is te go into the
body at the state house. Probably they
will meet for the last time te-morrow, as
that will be the day set for them te be all
together when they will dissolve sine die.
Submission te the Court.
Portland, Me., Jan. 28. The XewEra,
the leading Greenback organ, submits te
the decision of the supreme court and ap
peals te the people. It also calls upon the
Press te publish the declaration of princi
ples of the " Brick Pomeroy League, "
thus admitting their connection with
At the State Heuse.
Augusta, Me., Jan. 28. In the Senate
the committee en judiciary was instructed
te inquire as te amending the constitution
by abolishing the council, providing for
election of an auditor and consti
tuting the heads of departments the advis
ers of the governor.
In the Heuse Messrs. Hill, of Corinth,
and Milliken, of Burnham, Fusionists, ap
peared and took their seats.
Business in the Heuse.
The following bills weic passed by the
Heuse this morning :
Granting a pension te the widow of Lieu
tenant Hiram II. Benncr.
Giving the consent of Congress te an
agreement entered into by the states of
New Yerk and Vermont respecting the
boundaries between these states.
Appropriating $4,100 for the erectien of
a monument te Gen. Herkimer.
The Heuse then proceeded te call com.
mittces for reports.
THE STRANDED LOUISIANA.
Successful Efferts te Save the Ship.
New Orleans, Jan. 28. A despatch
from Captain Gewcr, of the stranded
steamship Louisiana, says he has thrown
overboard 230 tens of cargo te lighten the
ship. Lighters can be used only in calm
weather. The propeller is broken. Pas
sengers have been sent te Pert Eads. The
ship will be saved.
G. A. B.
Meeting in Secret Session at Reading.
Reading, Pa., Jan. 28. The Grand
Army of the Republic met at the opera
house here te-day. Three hundred and
fifty delegates were present. The encamp
ment is held with closed doers.
Daatli of a Bosten Journalist.
Bosten, Jan. 28. William II. Brewster,
one of the proprietors of the Bosten Trav
eller, died at Newburyport, Mass., last
night. He had been in ill health for some
Won't go te Louden.
Londen, Jan. 28. The Paris correspond
end te the Times states that the manager
of Theatre Francaise has refused permis
sion te 31. Cequclin and Sarah Bernhardt
te play in Londen during the coming sum
mer. New Jersey Republican Convention.
Newark, Jan. 28. The Republican
state committee has called the Republican
convention te meet at Trenten, May 6, te
elect delegates te the Chicago convention.
Graduates or the Naval Academy.
The report of the secretary of the navy,
in answer te a resolution of the Heuse of
Representatives, in regard te the probable
number of midshipmen who will enter the '
navy from the naval academv at Annaneli
shows that there are forty-four midship
men who have passed their final examma-v
tien for ensign and thirty-five ethers
who will come up for final exam.'
inatien in June next. As three ".
of the latter are sick and some will fail
when they come up for examination, the -secretary
concludes that of the whole seventy-nine
net mere than sixty-five or sev
enty will be available te fill vacancies.
As there were no graduates in 1877 .
and 1878, owing te the change from a
four years' te a six years' course, and "
as the number appointed at large is re- -stricted
te ten for each of the four classes,
this restriction and the extension of the
course will greatly reduce hereafter the ""
number of cadets at the academy. Under
the old system, en an average of iive years,
only thirty-two or forty-seven per cent,
of the total number that had passed .
through the entire course were grad
uated, under tue six years course, and
with the smaller number of cadetss appoint
ed, the secretary estimates that no mero
than twenty-five will graduate an
nually. At the same tirae tha va
cancies created in the line officers by
deatli and from ether causes average
about thirty annually. The number of
iiuusiupmcn en ine navy list lias, year
by year bcen steadily declining from
ene hundred and thirteen in 1873 te forty
four at the present time. There will
be vacancies for most of the ethers
who may be admittedle the grade of en
sign in the March examination of the ' ,
present year. Subsequently the average
supply of twenty-five officers annually from
the academy will net be adequate te- fill
the vacancies that annually occur amenjr
naval officers of the ether grades if the
present system is maintained. On this
statement the committee en naval affairs,
te whom the resolution was referred,
asked te be discharged from its further
New Hampshire va. Louisiana.
An original bill was filed yesterday in
the supreme court of the United States in
which the state of New Hampshire is com
plainant and the state of Louisiana de
fendant. The object of the bill is te com
pel the payment by the state of Louisiana
of its rightful obligations which it has re
pudiated. The bill sets forth the history
of the indebtedness of Louisiana en which
it has defaulted, and recites the acts assum
ing te provide for the payment of the same.
It petitions the supreme court for an in
junction against the state officers of Louis
iana, requiring them te appear in the
court and answer the premises and "abide
by the said order, direction and decree as
may be made against them in the premises,
and as shall seem meet and agreeable te
equity and geed conscience." Tite case
will be argued by the attorney general of
New Hampshire and by eminent associate
counsel. It is in accordance with the idea
that was suggested some time since as
being the best method for a hope that the
state of Louisiana could be compelled te
fulfill its obligations. The state of New
Hampshire, of course, stands forward n-i
the representative of citizens who are the
holders of Louisiana bends.
New Yerk Market.
New Yekk, January 2s. Fleur State and
Western rather mere steady; super
line state t 405 15; extra de 3 3.
5C5; choice de $5 70G15; fancy de $(20
W72."; round hoop Ohie $." G0C 00; choice
de J 007 50; superfine western tl 705 20;
common te geed extra de $.1 u5.7J ; choice
dodo $5 8)8 00; choice white wheat de SH U0
7 75; Southern steady, quiet; common te fair
extra WWfijtlM; geed te choice de $; (W8 ().
Wheat Spring quiet and very linn ; winter
Klc better; Ne. 1 white Fcb.t HK; de March
14tS Ne.2red Feb. $l.rll 4T; March $1 47
Cern Jc better and quiet; Mixed Western
spot MiTic ; de luture 5M.fSGU,c.
Oats quiet ; state 4730c; Western 473 i'Je.
Philadelphia, January 2S. Fleur firmly
lielil ; superfine $4 505 01) ; extra $." Mii ?.' ;
Ohie und Indiana fumilv $i 7T7 50: f'eniiu
Umily Mi 50G 73 ; St. Lenit family 7 00072.'. ;
Minnesota Family $ij --xgC 75 ; patent and
high grades $7 255S 25.
lSye Heur $5 00&5 25.
Cernmcal Iirunilywiuc unchanged.
Wheat dull; Ne. 2 Western lied 5141;
Pa. red $1 41 ; Amber 141.
Cern dull but tinner; steamer 53c; yellow 55c r
Oats steady; Southern and.Penn'a white 47
18e; Western white 47lSc; Western mixed
ltye steady ; Western SSQ'Xta ; Pa. !K)e.
Previsions steady; miss perlc $1:150; biN-r
hams $lGO0lt;5O; India mess beef 21 50;
Itacen smoked shoulders 5c; salt de 405c :
smoked hams lOQIOc; pickled hums vy't)
Lard steady; city kettle 8c; loeie
butcheiV 7c ; prime steam 7e.
Butter quiet and dull ; creamery ex
tra 3234c; liruaferd county and N. Y. extra
252Uc; Western reserve extra at 2i&25c;
de geed te choice 1722c : rolls dull IViiii'u
extra 1417ej western reserve extra lsiOc.
Kggs quiet ; .Choice Pcnii'al17c; Western
Cheese lirm; N. Y. factory 14J15c:
western lull cream 1414c;de for geed i:
14 ; de hulf-skims none here.
Petrel'jum dull and steady ; Ilcfiiu-d Sc.
Wliha. 1 10.
Philadelphia. Jan. 23
Pennati's (third issue) 10G
Philadelphia & Krie my
Lehigh Valley. 52
United Ces. et N.J 155
Northern Pacific 24
Northern Central 3.'f;
Lehigh Navigation 37m,
Central Transportation Ce. U
Pitts., Titusville & Uutrale. Uy,
Little Schuylkill hy
New ieiik, Jan. 23.
N. Y. Central
aiicuigan seumern iu;g
Illinois Central MVA
Cleveland & Pittsburgh.. ..HI
Chicago ft Keck Island ll'J
Pittsburgh & Fert Wayne.. 114M
Western Union Tel. Ce 1
Teledo & Wabash X'y.
New Jersey Central Hl'4
FLIM k BREjtEMAjt
Geal Oil Lamps,
These geed arc entirely new and handsomer
tliau ever before offered and prices lower.
152 North Queen Street,
I7STATK OF WILLIAM BLACK; Sit.
It late of Little Britain township, deceased
Letters of administration en said estate Hav
ing been granted te the undersigned, all pec pec
sens Indebted thereto are requested te make
immediate payment, and these having claim
or demands against the same will present them
without delay ler settlement te the under?
K7B. PATTKBSON. Spring Greve P. O.,
WM. BLACK, Jb., Fairmount P. O., Lau. Ce.r
II. B. SwABtanl J. W. r. Swikt, W.