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FROZEN TO DEATH.
Tragic Death of fi Old Citizen.
On Monday evening, about dusk, Mar
tin Bellinger, a man about 75 years of age,
who resided in Litiz, with bis son, Jehn
Bellinger, left the beuse and said he was
going te visit a neighbor. lie did net re
turn and it has since been ascertained that
he went west from the village. At neon
yesterday, Jehn Bardoff and young Buch,
scholars of Buch's school-house, en their
way te Litiz, saw old Mr. Bellinger lying
in one of David Buch's grain fields, about
a mile west of Litiz. They ran te him and
found him dead. He had rolled about in
the suew, and in his hands were clutched
bunches of the growing wheat, his hat
under his arm, a huge stick used as a cane
near by, and his pipe lying aside, as if he
had died in agony.
Deputy Corener Iteideubach held an in
quest and the jury concluded that he froze
te death, having fallen in a fit while insane.
3Ir. Bellinger, who was an old citizen
and a man of wealth.lest his wife by death
some fifteen years age. He owned the first
farm en the east side of the turnpike south
of Litiz, and after his wife's death retired
te the village, residing with his son. Fer
four or live years his mind has been im
paired and he has had a trustee ever his
estate. Lately he has exhibited unusual
symptens of lunacy, and it is supposed
that he wandered off in a temporary aber
ration, fell and was frozen te death. He
leaves three sons and a daughter, all married.
The friends and patrons of the free-soup
house should net forget that the en
tertainment ferthe benefit of the soup fund
comes off in the opera house en Saturday
of next week ; and it is proper also te re
mind them that the tickets are net going
off as rapidly as is desirable and that the
voluntary contributions te the soup fund
are net this year as liberal as they have
been en some former occasions. The pres
ent severe spell of weather has thrown
many peer people who depend en out-deer
employment out of work, and some of
them will suffer unless they receive relief
from the soup house, or at the hands of
DOMESTIC DRY GOODS!
AN IMMENSE STOCK OFFERING AT LOWEST PRICES.
"WEDNESDAY EVENING, JAN. 14, 188a
There was a fair attendance at Franke's
garden last evening, and there was some
very fine walking done by all of the con
testants in the 130 hours match that com
menced en Monday. Pierce, who was in
lead, showed off te the best advantage. lie
is very graceful, walked regularly and
rapidly, showed no signs of fatigue, while
he constantly were a nleasant. cheerful
smile. Sclieid, who was second best, man
at i) o'clock last night, walked splendidly,
and although he is rather thin and lank
looking, showed greater speed last night
than any of his competitors. Murray, who
was third, came en the track rather still",
but when he had limbered up a little, he
walked with remarkable strength, though
rather ungracefully, shrugging his
shoulders and swinging his arms vi
olently when going at full speed.
McCaffrey, who was third, appeared te be
reserving his powers. He made a few
line spurts of speed, but net of sufficient
lengths te tire him, and then went te his
tent, but apparently net te "sulk."' Har
vey, who is the shortest if net the lightest
of the contestants, sauntered along leis
urely, talked with any one that would talk
with him, took an occasional glass of beer,
and then calling upon one of the scorers te
" time him," would dash around the ring
at a rattling rate, passing and repassing
all the ethers, and when tired would pep
off te bed for awhile, reeppcaring seen
afterwards and going through the same
performance. At 10 o'clock p. m., the
score steed as fellows : Pierce, 131 miles :
Scheid, 124 miles ; Murray, 121 miles ; Mc
Caffrey, 113 miles; Harvey, 112 miles.
The score at 11 o'clock a. m. te-day was
Scheid, 133 ; Pierce, 133 ; Murray) 131 ;
Harvey, 148 ; McCaffrey, 147.
New Safety Lecks.
The Farmers' national bank te-day had
two of the beautiful time-locks, made by
the Yale manufacturing company, put
upon the safes in the bank one of
them being placed en the deer of the
safety deposit vault and the ether en tfae
bank vault. These locks de net in the
least interfere with the burglar proof locks
heretofore en the safes, but are merely an
additional security, preventing any one
even if they should obtain the " combina
tion," from opening the safe until the
hour for opening it arrives.
purchased largely before the advance in prices in Cotten Goods, we are able te offer extra inducements in
Sheeting, S hirting and Pillow Case Muslins, Tickings,
Checks, Table linens, Cotten Table Diapers, Crashes, Towels,
Napkins, Comforts, Qnilts, Counterpanes, Blankets, &c.
Washington, Jan. 14. Fer the 3Iiddle
Atlantic states and New England, dimin
ishing northerly winds, shifting te southerly
warmer, partly cloudy or clear weather,
stationary or falling barometer, possibly
preceded by a slight rise in the northern
PLEADS "NOT GUILTY."
Aldermaa McX alUa Amdfcaed far lAlt. '
Philadelphia, Jan. 14 Alderman 2Cc- "
Mullin was arraigned and pleaded set
guilty te the charge of assault in ceuaec'
tienwith the late election riots.
We are prepared te offer EXTRA INDUCEMENTS in BRUSSELS AND INGRAIN CARPETS, having a Iarc stock
hand before the advance. We invite examination.
GIVLEE, BOWEKS & HUBST,
2S EAST KING STREET.
A VOICE ntOM ROME.
Irish Heme Bale Advocated.
Reme, Jan. 14. The Aurera's leading
article advocates Irish home rule.
Te-Days Prucesdings In the National Legislature.
Installation of filacers.
The following officers have been in
stalled by D. D. G. G., Adam Oblendcr,
in Teutonia Ledge Ne. 1G3, Iv. P. :
P. C J. II. Ileehn.
C. C. Christian Vellmer.
V. C Emanuel J. Glasbrencr.
P. Win. Schlauch.
M. of E. Adam Oblender.
M. of P. Carl Belin.
K. R. and S. J. II. Ostermaver.
M. A. A. Carl Schleith.
I. G. Jacob Schcniti".
O. G, Jacob Glasbrencr.
Trustee J. G. Hauser.
Ne Mere Hard Times.
If you will step spending se much en flue
clothes, rich feed and style, buy geed, healthy
feed, cheap and better clothing : getmere real
and substantial things of life every way, and
especially step the foolish habit of employing
expensive quack doctors or using se much et
the vile humbug medicine that does you enlv
harm, but put your trust in that simple, pure
remedy, Hep Bitters, that cures always, at a
trilling cost, and you will sec geed times and
have geed healtlu See another column.
DItT GOODS, Se.
These subject te cestivencss should at once
try "Sellers' Liver Pills." 25 cents per box.
Sold by all druggists.
Try I.echer's Cough Syrup.
Ir. Ratliven en the Presidency.
Among the reports te the Times from the
"independent" papers the following is by
the Lancaster Farmer :
Between two cocks, which de crew the louder.
Between two deg. which has the deeper
Between two pttmpkin, which weigh the
Between two horses, which doth bear him bet
Between two Alderncy.-,, which gives the best
Between two Berkshire-), which grunt and
squeak the sweetest,
The Farmer has home Miuilew spirit of judg-
But in these nice, sharp interviews about
Geed faith, itis no wi-cr than adaw.
It is impossible te overestimate the value of
a remedy which se perfectly controls the an
noying and dangcrens affections of the pulmo
nary organs. Dr. Browning's C. & C. Cordial
never fails when taken strictly in accordance I
Wrl.l. llluiInn. 1u t. S I . .
"mi 'iiicuuwiis. jr. jkruwuiiiir. nronneier.
1117 .Arch street, Philadelphia. Sold by all
druggists. Price 30 cents per bottle.
A Democrat Cured.
A leading Democrat of Burlington, Mr. K. M.
Sutten speaks in the highest terms of the cura
tive power of the celebrated Kidney-Wert. It
Hist cured him et a distressing Kidney disease,
and lie new uses it whenever he has any symp
toms of biliousness or needs toning up. It
acts cfllciently en the bowels, and cures the
worst cases et piles. j 12-1 wd&w
Try I.echer's Cough byrup.
The Strasburg bank yesterday elected
the following directors for the ensuing
year : Jeseph McClure, Henry Musser,
Gee. W. Ilcnscl, Jehn Bachman, William
Spencer, Geerge K. Reed, Isaac W. Lei-digh.
The Farmers' national bank elected the
following directors te-day : Jacob Bails
man, M. N. Bru baker, Win. D. Sprceher,
Alex. Schultz, C. R. Baer, J. P. Wicker
sham, David B. Landis, Philip Bailsman,
Thes. E. Franklin, Levi R. Rhoads, Dan
iel Heitshu, J. W. B. Bausman and Levi
At z e clock all the men were en the
track and doing geed work. The score at
that hour standing : Scheid, 157 miles ;
Pierce, 154; Murray, 15IJ ; Harvey, 151,
and McCaffrey, 14P.
This evening the room will be enlivened
by a band of music.
Improved Varieties or Wheat.
The state convention of millers, which
held two sessions in Harrisbuig yesterday,
was attended by about eighty members of
one hundred and seventeen composing the
association. Among the important sub
jects discussed was a preposition made by
the committee en grade and inspection of
wheat that a committee composed of one
member from each county in the state be
appointed te agitate among the millers
and fanners a movement looking te the
improvement of the varieties of wheat
and the establishment of an equit
able value of the cereal at the mills.
The executive committee of the associa
tion was authorized te carry out the above
views. A resolution was passed for in
creased privileges en railroads in the
transportation of wheat, allowing it te be
milled while in transit, the railroad com
panies te be compensated for extra switch
ing aud ether incidental expenses. The
next convention will be held en Octeb er
12th at Wilkesbanc.
Denies That lie Told tlieTruth.
The editor of the Tnqdincr has waited
upon the editor of the Examiner te have
the editor of the Examiner say that the
editor of the Inquirer was net correctly its
ported by the Press. In relation te the
nomination of Gen. Grant he said: "His
nomination would be a mistaken policy,
render the canvass a difficult one,"' but he
did net say that it " was almost certain te
result in defeat."
Te enumerate the miraculous cures wrought
by "Dr. Sellers' Cough Syrup" would 1111 a
volume. Its cures arc marvelous. Price 15
Statistics prove that twenty-live per cent,
of the deaths in our larger eities are caused by
consumption, and when we reflect that this
terrible disease in its worst stage will yield te
a bottle of I.echer's Benewned Ceugli Syrup,
shall we condemn the sufferers ler their neg
ligence, or pity them for their ignorance?
Use I.echer's Herse and Cattle Powders.
Coughs. " Brown's Bronchial Trecfies" are
used witli advantage te alleviate Cecuiis, Sere'
TnitOAT, UOAUSENESS, illltl BltONClIIAI. AFFEC
TIONS. Fer thirty years these Troches have
been in use, with annually increasing iaver.
'I hey arc net new and untried, but, having
been tested by wide and constant use ler near
ly an entire generation, they have attained
well-merited runic among the lew staple reme
dies of the age. ji:MwdTThS&w
WALL PAPERS & CARPETS FOR f 1 SPRING TRADE.
Wc ener one of the Largest Stocks of WALL PAPERS ever shown in this city. Fine
Gelds, Colored Bronzes, Plain Erenzes, Embossed Bronzes, Flats, Satius, Common Papers,
with Dades, Borders, Friezes and Ceilings te match. Estimates made and work done by llrst
clas workmen. Full lines of Oil Hollands, for Window Sh.i.les sim.i.. imr... ,,t ui, ,
, ..- -.. .. . uu..e HH (.LULU ..U..VV.
BRUSSELS AND INGRAIN CARPETS,
IN LATEST STYLES.
J. B. MAETjjN" & CO.,
WEST KING AND PRINCE STREETS.
Wasiuxgtex, Jan. 14. In the Senate,
Mr. Davis (111.), Wm. A. Wheeler, Messrs.
Beck, Williams, Allisen, Kirkwood, Bald
win, Antheny, Ferry, Dawes, Pendleton,
Kernan, Conkling, and ethers, presented
petitions of women asking for the removal
of their political disabilities and for a con
stitutional amendment giving women citi
zens the right te vote.
Messrs. Kernan and Bayard presented
petitions in favor of the Bayard resolution
withdrawing the legal tender quality of
Several petitions were presented for a
commission of inquiry into the alcoholic
The Senate took up the bill te incrcase
the pensions of totally disabled soldiers
The Senate te-day confirmed Marcus W.
Acheson judge of the western district of
In the Heuse a bill was reported from
the committee of ways and means, by Mr.
Weed (N. Y.), and passed, for the free
importation of classical antieuities.
Xw Tew, Jan. lL-FIeur-suta and Western
dull and without change; superfine state
5 005 50; extra de $5 3065 95; choice deMOBtf
6 35; fancy de 96 40Q775; round hoop Ohie
$5 906 50; choice de S 557 75; superfine
western $5 005 50; common te geed extra de
$350e 00; choice dode05S50; choice white
wheat de fl 507: Southern quiet ; common
te fair extra 006 75; geed te choice de
ti 753 00.
Wheat a shade stronger and qniet ; Ne. I
White March il 53 : Se. jKnl )Vht!S3- m
March $1 53U 1 58 : May 91 54.
Cern Jc bettnr and moderately active ;
Mixed Western spot StiOKc ; de luture58a
I Oats quiet and steady ; state KQSOUe ; West-
PniLADKLrniA, January 14. Fleur firm;
superfine 94 505 00; extra 95 5006 W:
Ohie and Indiana fainllv IS 75fi)7r P-nn'.
Uinily 96 7587 00; St. Leuis family 97 00O750:
Minnesota Family 96 502700; patent and
ltye flour unchanged.
Cemmeal Brandvwlnn nnplttniml
Wheat heavy ; Xe. 2 Western Keil il 47
yellow 58c; mixed
-ST-Eir AH rKRTISMJSNTS
. Large Heuse. Xe. 120 North
Possession at onee.
rw West King
THE UNHARNESSED WINDS.
INSUKE YOUK PKOPEKTY IN THE BEST
BAUSMAN & BURNS'.
M.!cedi: Office : Ne. 10 West Orange St.
Lancaster, Dec. 12, 1879.
TXSUKE YOUR PROPERTY IN RELIABLE
103 West King Street.
I feel esnecial nrlde in nrfwnniine- i... en.,.
atic Event of the Season, a performance that. 1
f ;f i . ",w "I1"11 patronage et all admirers
et nrst-class perlerniances, an entertainment
t,"i,lt,w!11 affe"l a mueli entire satisfaction as.
did Itobsen ami Crane.
'IRE, LIFE AND ACCIDENT.
Insurance at lowest rates. Geed anil Reli
able Companies. 1IKRU & STAUFFElt,
Beat Estate & Ins. Agts., 3 N. Duke St.
Try I.echer's Ceugli Syrup.
Inquest en a Child.
Yesterday J. R. Wiudelph, deputy cor
oner of Marietta, held an inquest en flic
body of a little child named Geerge W.
McElroy, of that place, which was found
dead m bed having suffocated by getting
the bed clothes inj his mouth. The jury
rendered a verdict of " death through con
gestion of the lungs consequent upon par
t'al suffocation, purely accidental."'
Protecting the Fish.
The state fishing beard at a brief ses
sion adopted measures looking te the
prosecution of all persons violating the
lish laws, especially te prevent the illegal
taking of fish below the Columbia fish
way. The commissioners arc determined
that no such interruption te the passage of
lish up the Susquehanna shall be allowed.
White Duttcr in Summer.
The cause et butter becoming lighter color
ed in summer, is the change in the feed when
the pastures begin te dry up. The best farmers
use Wells, Richardson & Ce's Perfected Butter
Celer as seen as needed te keep up the June
standard of color. Sold by druggists.
Mr. Gadbois, of Brockville, Canada, alter be
ing cured of a prostrating malarial disease con
tracted in Texas, by means of Warner's Sale
Pills and Safe Bitters, writes te us : "I shall
never travel in that climate without your Safe
Pills and Safe Bitters as part of my outfit."
Pure Spices at Loeher's Drug Stere.
A Mether's Grief.
The pride of a mother, the lire 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 Ceugli, Croup or Whooping
Cough, which lead te Consumption, if you de
net attend te it at once .Shileir.s Consump
tion Cure is guaranteed te cure them. Price 10
eents, 50 cents and $1. Fer lame Back, Side,
or Chest, use Shiloh's Pereus Plaster. Price
Si cents. Sold by D. Heitshu, Lancaster, and
M. L. Davis, Milfcrsville.
Tret Out Your Old Ex-Sheriir s.
The Examiner and Express thought that
ex-Sheriff Adam Bare, of this county, was
the eldest ex-sheriff living in the state, if
net in the United States. Fer this dis
tinction a contemporary presents the name
of Lewis Rockwell, of Green township,
Pike county, who is 101 years of age, and
who has served both as sheriff and treas
urer of his county. Ex-Sheriff Rockwell
is a hearty old veteran jret, and his wife is
living at the age of 93; but we regret te
say that some of his offspring have gene
back en the old man, aud that he is at
present in court at Milferd, asking that
these undutiful children be compelled te
Itittcn by a Herse.
Yesterday, Harry Shaub, a boy, who is
employed in the livery stable of Patrick
Cherry, was severely bitten in the hand by
a horse, which he was harnessing. His
wound was dressed at the drug .store of A.
G. Frcy. The hand is swollen te-day and
is likely te be sere for some time.
The funeral of Rcinhard Rcineer took
place from his late residence en Derwart
street, this morning. The interment was
made at St. Jeseph's cemetery, and Pest
84, G. A. R., attended the funeral in a
The Best I Ever Knew Of.
I. G. Starkcy, a prominent and influential
Citizen of Iowa City, savs: "1 have had the
Dyspepsia, and Liver Complaint for several
years, and have- used every Remedy I could
hear of, without any relief whatever, until I
saw your Shiloh's Vitalizcr advertised in our
paper, and was persua led te try it. lam happy
te state that it lias entirely cured me. It is cer
tainly the best Remedy I ever knew of." Price
73 cents. Sold by D. lleitshu, Lancaster, and
M. L. Davis, Millersville.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT AN
application will be made for a charter for
a corporation te be known as the " Lancaster
Light and Heat Company," under tint act of
23th of April, 1S74, entitled ''An act te provide
for the incorporation and regulation of certain
corporations." The object of said corporation
is te manufacture and supply light (ether than
gas) and heat within the county of Lancaster.
B. FRANK E'SIILEMAN,
j VrStdeaw Solicitor for Applicant.
V'OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
i partnership between Alfred Diller and
II. w . Sheibly, lately the firm of Diller &
Sheibly. was dissolved en the 12th day of Janu
ary, 1SS0. All the accounts of the Arm are in
the hands et II. W. Sheibly. and all debts due
te the linn are te be paid te him at Nes. 45 and
47 Market street, this city.
. , AWKKU mi.LER,
Ittl HARRY W. SHEIBLY.
MAHN'S ORIGINAL AND ONLT FATI-
NITZA OPERA COMPANY.
Franz Suppe's Comic Opera, in 3 acti,
THURSDAY, JANUARY leili, 1880-
The Biime mwt flint firt -nvrtritrwi 44- -v--
Tt? n,1 '"adelpiita, : Miss Jeannle Winsten,
Miss Sallie Reber, Miss Alice Ilesmer. Vincent
Ifegan, W. A. Morgan, Russell Glever, F.
Dixen, A. II. Bell, and Thirty ethers.
The Largest and Most Expensive
Company in America.
JOHN D. MISHLKR.
wXi0it,WLtI,3t?Mdlns,t"e,ercat expense thore
will be no advance in prices.
Diagram at Yecker's Office.
DesrructivhGale In Oregon Less or Lire and
San Francisce, Jan. 13. Telegraphic
communication with Portland. Oregon?
which has been interrupted for a week,
was restored te-day.
Dispatches state that en the 9th instant
Portland was visited by the most severe gale
known since the settlement of the country.
Ihe steeple of the First Presbyterian
church and seven small houses were blown
down. Many reefs were rinned off and
damage amounting altogether te $73,000
was done. One man was killed
In East Portland the new Catholic
church was reduced te a complete wreck.
In the intctier the storm raged with great
fury, but it is net possible te estimate the
A tree was blown against a school-house,
demolishing it. Twenty children were in
the building, and the son and daughter of
Jehn W. Bartlett were instantly killed and
another daughter dangerously injured.
lucre was no damage done te the ship
ping at Asteria or at Vancouver. Several
houses were prostrated at Garrison, but
no lives were lest. Much damnrw was
done at Salcra. A portion of the reef of
the state house was tern off, as was also
the root of the academy of the Sacred
red J147; Amber 147.
Cern dull; steamer 53c;
Oats quiet and dull ; Southern and Penn'a
White 4!)50c: Wcsti-rn whit- Ja-jw..
Western mixed 47K3Kc '
Rye dull ; Western 98c ; Pa. 9Sc.
Previsions dull ; mtss perk $14 0014 50; beet
hums $1600316 50; India mess beef ftSOO;
Bacen smoked shoulders 5c; siUtde4V5c:
nelced .hums lOSllcc pickled hams 90
Lard firm ; city kettle SJc ; loose butchers'
c ; prime steam Sc.
Butter 11 rm and geed demand ; creamery ex
tra ssQUvi Bradford county aud N. T. extra
272Sc; Western reserv extra at 24ffi-.Sc;
de geed te choice lsg-.Bc ; rolls Arm Penn'a
extra 22021c; western reserv extra 2224c.
tggs steadier; Choice Punn'a 18i9c ; West
Cheese steady; N.Y. factory 13Wc; western
111 cream 13c: de for irnml ixat-in- iln lmir.
tull cream 13c
Whisky $1 IX
ue ter geed liai'Je :
Philadklphia, Jan. 14.
, 1230 P.M.
PennaO'a (third issue) 10G
Philadelphia & Erie iuj
United Ces. et N. J
Lehigh Navigation an
Central Transportation Ce. 40
litis., xuusviuc x liuuaie. 14?2
E. R BOWMAN,
1 The business of the late firm of DILLER
& SHEIBLY will be continued bv the sub
scriber, at the old stand, Nes. 45 and 47 Market
street, this city, under the name of HARRY W.
SHEIBLY. The generous patronage offered
the old linn is asked forthenew,and the favors
el the public generally are respecttuliy selic-
FJKE INSURANCE C0MPAN1
ASSETS : One Millien One Hundred
and Thirty-one Thousand Eight
Hundred and Thirty-eight Dollars.
Mes sjk! Clocks.
Shiloh's Catarrh Kcmcdy.
A marvelous Cure for Catarrh, Diphtheria
Canker Meuth, and Head Ache. With each
bottle there is an ingenious nasal Injector for
the mere successful treatment of tne com
piaint, witneut extra charge. Price 50 cents.-
epki uy v. ueltsim, Lancaster, and M. L. Davis,
Before Alderman Spurrier last evening,
Rev. Wm. lfpCecls, colored, had a hear
ing of a charge of assault and battery pre
ferred against him by Sal lie Winters, also
colored. The case was dismissed, com
plainant failing te make geed her com
plaint. Before Alderman McCouemy yesterday
afternoon, Samuel Wilsen and Edward
Wilmet, for drunken and disorderly con
duct were committed te the county jail for
30 days each.
Before Alderman Barr Rebert Wilsen
and James McLaughlin, for drunken and
disorderly conduct, were committed for 13
Yesterday Henry Baumgardner, deputy
grand master of the Grand Ledge of A.
Y. JL for Yerk and Lancaster counties,
accompanied by Majer J. Rehrcr and
Wm. A. Morten, visited Shrewsbury, Yerk
county, and installed the efficeis of Ledge
Ne. 423. After the installation the gen
tlemen weie taken te the house of Mr. J.
Kehler, master of the ledge, where they
were handsomely entertained. They re
turned te Lancaster this morning.
Ne Third Term for It.
In accordance with what its editor told
the Press reporter, the Vellcsfreund comes
out te-day against the third term; it
warns its party against the " boom " for a
measure against the "unwritten law" of
the republic, and declares the nartv in
Station and Soup Heuse.
This morning 347 soups were distributed
at the soup house.
Five bummers who came te the station
house te get out of the cold last night,
were discharged by the mayor this morning.
Rev. J. A. Brown, D.D., president of the
theological seminary at Gettysburg, who
has been quite ill for some weeks, has
recovered se far as te be able with some
assistance te move around in his room.
" Fatinilza." Malm's celebrated opera com
pany will produce Ven Suppe's sparkling
" Katinitza"' at Fulton hall te-morrow night.
The Octoroon at the Opera Heuse.
Ge te GIvlcr, Bewers & Hurst's.
Ge te Fulmer's Billiard Saleen.
Netice of Insurance Election.
Tobacco Growers Netice.
Wall Papers at Martin's.
Strayed or Stelen,
Wanted te Rent.
EFer further details see adveitising
rpeiIACCO GROWERS NOTICE.
L I 'arnestly request ;these who have sold
their Tobacco te me or my agents, that have
net yet delivered, te keep their goods in their
cellars ten days or two weeks yet, as I am
ciewded. JOHN S. ROHIC'R.
STKAYED OK STOLEX
On Saturday ultcrnoen last, a White and
Yellow Female Setter, betreen live and six
months old, had a leather cellar with plate
around her neck. A liberal reward will be
paid for her return te
ltd Ne. 435 North Street.
Don't Rub OIT the Enamel
or the teeth with gritty preparations. The
teeth are tee valuable te be trifled with. When
gene, you must have lalsc ones or "gum"
yourself through life. Use SOZODONT, which
contains no grit. It cleanses the mouth and
vitalizes the secretion. j!2-lwdced
A jtatienai. chorus of people lrem all parts
of the country, cured et Rheumatism, is loud
ly singing the praises of St. Jacob's Oil.
Don't Ge te the Seashore.
unless you are able ; but if you need a tonic te
overcome the depression caused by the sum
mer neat use tne. celebrated Kidney-Wert It
has wonderful invigorating properties," but
"tOLLENDEH BILLIARD TABLES.
The Only Tables te Play On,
ltd CENTRE SQUARE.
I?ULTON OPERA HOUSE.
. ONE NIGHT ONLY.
Saturday Evening, Jail. 17th, 1880.
Engagement of the
GOTTHOLD DRAMATIC COMBINATION
And OLD DOMINION JUBILEE SINGERS
Elaborate Revival of BOUCICAULT'S FA
MOUS AMERICAN DRAMA,
J. N. GOTTHOLD. as Salem Scudder.
L. R. STOCKWELL, as Old Pete.
Supported by a Specially Selected Company
Beautiful and Picturesque Scenic Effects. New
and Original Music. The Famous Old Domin
ion Jubilee Singers.
ADMISSION, - - - 33, 50 & 73 Cts.
Reserved seats for sale at the Opera Heuse
All invested in the best securities,
promptly paid. Fer policies call en
106 EAST KING ST.,
Frezen te Death.
named Masen and Kamble
te death en Saturdav niirht
near Yeung station en the Northern Pacific
. mt Ne. 1!) East King St.
RIFE & KAUFMAN,
j Whereas, The Honorable JOHN
l.MiJsiUA, President, ami Hennmbln DAVID
rAimusuS. Associate .Tn.l.rf,
Where te make their selections from an Entire
New Stock of Goods.
Court of Common Pleas.in and for the county of
Lancaster, and Assistant. .Tnstiwanf tlinvi-ta
of Oyer and Terminer and General Jail De
livery and Quarter Sessions of the Peace, in
ami ler the county of Lancaster, have issued
their precept, te me directed, requiring me,
among oilier things, te make public proclama
tion throughout my bailiwick, that a Court et
Oyer and 'lerminer and u General Jail Deliv
ery, also a Court of General Quarter Sessions
et the Peace and Jail Delivery, will commence
in the Court Heuse, in the city of Lancaster in
the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, en the
THIRD MONDAY IN JANUARY (l'J), 1880.
In pursuance of which precept public netice
is hereby given te the Mayer and Aldermen et
the city of Lancaster, in the said county, and
all the Justices of the Peace, the Corener and
vuimmuira, ui me saui city anu county et Lan- i
caster, that they be then and there in their own
proper persons, with their rolls, records and
examinations, and inquisitions, and their ether '
remembrances, te de these things which te
meiremcesappertainin their behalf te bedeuc:
and also all these who will prosecute against
the prisoners who are, or then shall be In the
jail of said county of Lancaster, are te be then
and there te prosecute against them as shall be
Dated at Lancaster the 27th day of Decem-
Where te buy Clocks, at
IS East King Street, Lancaster, Pa.
Knives & Ferks.
Casters & Butter
Ilale In Danger of Lesing His Seat.
Augusta, Me., Jan. 14. On the as.
sembling of the Heuse te-day the commit
tee en elections was appointed and they
retired te perform their duties. "
It is reported that Hale, of Ellswerth,
and Butler, of Vassalboreugh, arc te be
unseated aud Fusion members arc te take
their places aud that a Fusion member
from Lewiston is te be admitted.
The questions submitted by the Repub
lican Legislature te the supreme court arc
very long and comprehensive.
What Shall the Harvest He?
The Fusionists say if Smith is chosen
governor te-day they will have meetings
of rejoicing te-night.
Senater Rogers says a crash is coining
between labor and capital.
The police force at the state house was
strengthened te-day. If Smith be chosen,
it is alleged, General Chamberlain will net
N. Y. Central
Cleveland A Pittsburgh 10U&
Chicago Reck Island 152K
Pittsburgh A Fert Wayne.. lira
Western Union Tel. Ce 102
New Jersey Central 8
Nkw Yeiik, Jan. 14.
LANCASTER, HOUSEHOLD MARKET,
Butter ? &
Cup cheese, 2cups
Dutch cheese -p lump
Cottage cheese, 2 pieces. .
Chickens fl pair ,
Turkeys 1 ft dressed
Geese -p piece
Chestnuts 1 qt..,
Shelbarks jft qt....
Walnuts ? pk.
Catfish W ft
.. 1 0c
Eels J lb lik?
Oysters ?J 100 50cl
THE OLD STOKV.
Z. AMI'S, &V.
FLIffS" & BREJfEMAI
JACOB S. STRINE, Shsrlfl.
I An An n4-. 1 t x- --"- ww
this locality te be almost solid arrainst it ' ." "', JS ""p'f s M "is prepared
- n..MvU.u.vvaiiuui3. JVl-lWd&W
"OTICE OF INSURANCE ELECTION.
Lancaster Heme Mutual Fire Insurance Ce.
The 18th annual meetingef the members will
be held at the office et the Company, Ne. 137
East King street, Lancaster, Pa., en FRIDAY,
the IGth day of JANUARY, 18S0, at 7 o'clock p
in., at which meeting an election for three Di
rectors, te serve for the ensuing three vears
will be held between the heus of 7 and
o'clock p. m., of said day. The Annual Repert
"t the Oflicers et the Company and also that of
the Auditing Committee, wilfbe submitted Ite
said meeting, and such business transacted i s
may be presented or called ler. All persons in
sured in said Company are members thereet"
and entitled te participate in the election and
ether proceedings, audare respectfully invited
By order of tha Beard et Directors.
jH-2td c. II, LKFEVBE, Scc'y.
, , Everybody te advertise, free of charge,
in the ISTKLLieKscEit, who wants something
TV Te exchange a new 7-Step Organ forCi ferCi forCi
Si5Ve.Raro U!lrgutn obtained. Inquire at
jl2td THIS OFFICE.
XrANTED TO RENT ONE OR TWO
. ?'".ms suitable for a FhotesraDh Gal-
1.V4I1 liAn ,.. ... .v.-
lery. Will be a permanent tenant.'
LUC J. J..- lirii IxAL.I.I:i:y mraai
and Chestnut streets, Lancaster, Pa.
ASSS?SD ESTATE OF MARY E. KEN
NED 1, of Strasburg borough, Lancaster
county. Mary E. Kennedy, et Strasburg
borough, having by deed of voluntary assign
ment. assigned and transferred ail her estate
and effects te the undersigned, ler the benefit
of t he creditors of the said Mary E. Kenncdy.he
therefore gives notice te all persons indebted
te said assigner, te make payment te the un
dersigned without delay, and these having
claims te present them te
r ,.- e S.AMUEL S. EWING, Assignee.
J. V.F Swift, Att'y. dec!7-ctw
INSTATE OF JOHN JOHNS, LATE OF
J Maner township, deceased. The under
signed Auditor, appointed te distribute the
balance remaining in the hands of Christian
Jehns, administrator of the estate of Jehn
Jehns, dee'd. te and among these legally en
titled te the same, will sit ler that purpose en
I KID AY, JANUARY 23, A. D. 1880, at 2 o'clock
v. in., in vue uumrruoem ei tne court iiensn
In the city of Lancaster, where all persons In
terested In said distribution may attend. . n1,
dee30-3tw E. H. TUNDT, Auditor. I '
Ceal Oil Lamps,
These goods arc entirely new and. handsomer
than ever before offered and price.- lower.
FLINN & BRENEMAN
152 North Queen Street.
"Anether Geed Man Gene Wrong."
Sprinefield, Mass., Jan. 14. Mr. A.
Perry, Peck, a Northampton trial justice,
who during fifteen years has held
many public and private offices of
trust has left town because of $7,000
shortage in trust funds held for his brother-in-law.
The money, it is said, has gene te
help relatives in distress. Efferts are
being made te induce Mr. Peck te return,
as he is feared te be partially insane.
THE PHILADELPHIA FIRE.
uUu ,i , , ail,
Apples Tftyi pk
Bananas p piece ,
Cranberries IP qt ,
Cherries, dried, -p qt ,
Currants, dried, ft
Dried Apples qt
" Peaches f) qt
Lemens fl dez
Oranges iP dez :...
Beets ?? bunch
Cabbage 3 head
Carrots $ bunch
Horseradish ?? piece
Lima beans -p qt.
Onions IB M pk
Potatoes W M pk.
Sweet fl Jpk
soup Beans fl qt
Turnips, yt pk
Results of Defective nose.
Puiladelpiiia, Jan. 14. By the fire ea
Pelland street (noticed in our news col
umns) Buckley's less en stock is $15,000.
It is impossible, as yet, te estimate the en
tire less, but it will net be less than $80,
000. Deminick Murphy, a fireman, was
injured by falling lumber. It is said some
of the losers by the fire will sue the city
for damage en account of inefficient hose.
" Roast (rib) IB tt
" (chuck) i ft
" Corned, fl ft ,
" Dried, $ ft
Lamb fl ft
Lard fl ft
Mutten ft ft
XOTK. l ID... .. m ,
Pudding fl ft ,
Sausage f ft ,
Sides und Bacen ft ft ,
Shoulders ft ft
Veal ft ft
Rye ft bus
Cern fl bus
Oats ft bus
Clevcrseed ft bus
Timethy Seued ft bus
Apple Butter ft qt.
Eggs ft dez
Heney ft lb
Seap ft ft
Sauerkraut ft qt....
... ...! Cv
LSUMPTIONUGH SYKm CUKHS CON-
SeaBa aX lfZ?' "
Contract and Receipt Beeks at
the Lewest Prices,
MURDERED FOR HIS 3IONEY.
An Old Man Brutally Assassinated.
San Francisce, Jan. 14. The body of
Jacob Swanger, aged CO, was found horri
bly mutilated in his cabin in "Washington
county, en Friday morning last. lie was
evidently murdered with an axe for the
money he was supposed te have in his
THE IRREPSSIBLE CONFLICT.
Church and State In Germany.
Berlin, Jan. 14. The excited Bishop of
Cologne has written a letter expressing no
hope of a termination of the conflict be
tween church and state.
The "Intelligencer's" Roem.
A mild boom is running, or whatever it
is that a boom does, in the Democratic
papers of the state in favor of the appoint
ment of Mr. P. C. Hammer te one of the
census superviserships. This is en the
supposition that the Democrats arc te
have the district which includes Jeffersen
county. Mr. Hammer is one of these
faithful party men who de the work for
which ethers reap the reward. He has
been the unpaid secretary of the state
committee for several years, and if there
is any patronage te be distributed in the
Democratic party he is well entitled te a
Having purchased the exclusive right or
Lancaster city and county te manufacture anil
Reynolds's Metallic Stationery and
TipLAmvDEVICEGIVIXG ENTIRE SAT SAT
;MiAiSIO,we.ttrenew,Dre.Pttrca te lurnish
Check Reeks Letter heads, Nbte Head, state
ments. Bill Heads, all sizes ; Notes of all kinds.
Contract Beeks, Receipt Beeks, Order Beeks
and, In fact any kind el work In which binding
is necessarv printed en the very best paper ui
This invention, for the use of which we have
obtained the sole right in Lancaster city auu
county, enables us te bind the above named or
any ether kind of blank and memoranda books
at the cost of printing alone, and in a style that
for neatness and durability Is net equalled bv
any ether device or a similar character. Dur
ing the time that Reynolds's Metallic Station
ery and Boek Binder has been before the nub
ile it has acquired a high reputation atnenir
printers and ethers who have had occasion te
make use of It. for the extreme simplicity of lta
construction and the ease and accuracy of Ih
operation, whUe business men and ether?
whose experience enables them te speak where
of they knew pronounce its work te be suner
ler in the essential points of cheapness con cen
venience and durability te that or tSe old nr
cess, and we are willing te give our patrons a
neat and substantial piece of work in this fine
are invited te call and Inspect the nnmereuS
advantages wc have te offer, and which enabiS
us te turn out Geed and Durable Werk at
prices lower than any ether printingestablish
ment in the city. na