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LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER, THURSDAY, MARCH 25. 1880.
Hew Callers are Fooled.
If any of our readers have occasion te
visit lawyers' offices when the occupants
arc net in, they have some idea of the un-
reliabilitv of the cards used bv many of
them te give callers an idea of where they
are. If you walk into an office early in
the morning, as likely as net the lawyer
is out and the card en the top of the
pile bears the words "Gene te Dinner."
Yeu leek again te sec that there is no mis
take and wondering where the man takes
meals, you start for another office te find
that the" lawyer "Will Be Back Soen, Take
a .Seat." The caller usually takes a scat
because there is nothing else in the room
worth taking. He sits as quiet as a clam
for an hour or mere and then begins te
think that the attorney lies. Te while
away the time he picks up a newspaper
which he finds te be several weeks
old, and, after leading all the
"ads," &c, which he would net read if
in any ether place, he takes his departure.
Upen going out of the deer he is informed
that the lawyer whom he was in search of
has gene out of town and will be back in
two days. A card which is often at the
t tp of the pile reads, " In the Coin t
Heuse." y that card the caller is lead te
believe that the lawyer is up te his ears
in business. He wends his way te the
court house, and after looking in the court
room, the library room, and all the offices
down stairs, he again starts te the office,
and meets the lawyer who had been for
lunch en the street. The latter then
swears that he has been looking all ever
town for him. If you go into an office
and find that the occupant is "At
the Barber Shep," the best thing you
can de is te go te the court room, where
you will find Mr. Attorney spread out en
a chair sound asleep, or, if awake, talking
politics. Men in search of lawyers never
have faith in the barber-shop cards, for
they believe that all lawyers shave them
selves as well as everybody else.
If lawyers want te let the public knew
where they are some of tlicni will have te
get a number of new cards printed, with
lilleient ideas en from the old ones. If
they take our advice, after procuring a
new set of cards, they will keep them ar
ranged and will always tell the truth (by
cards) leaving their point of destination
en the teji of the pile. This will save
clients and people who come around te
leaf for an hour or mere each day a great
leal of trouble and worriment. This
advice docs net apply te candidates for
district, attorney, who arc never in their
offices long enough te change their
cards. If they would change them a per
son having business with them would be
certain of finding ('.') them at the place
named en the card. Oh, yes.
Going tit Raise Tobacco.
The Pottstown correspondent of the
Norristown Register says : " Mr. Harry
Gardner, one of the most successful to
bacco growers of Lancaster county, has
just been visiting IVttlstewn with a view te
purchase in this vicinity a suitable piece of
land upon which te introduce tobacco
culture here. The Broek farm, the
Richards farm, the Stewo property, and
the large farm of Daniel Price ap
peared te offer the most inviting facilities,
and all were visited and taken under
con 'deratien. The Richard farm, known
as " irtewe," west of town, appears te Mr.
Gardner te be the best suited te his purpose
and it is likely a purchase of this property
will be made in a short time. Mr. Gard
ner is a young man of wealth and pleasing
manners. He and his father arc among tiie
most extensive tobacco growers of the to
bacco ceun'y, owning and controlling
three large farms. On seven acres,
said Mr. Gardner, that he attended te
personally, a crop was raised that sold
for twenty cents per pound, netting $000
per acre. The wife of Mr. Gardner is a
daughter of Hen. James Hepkins, of Lan
caster county, and several years age at
tended the Ladies' Cottage seminary here.
Her intimate relation with the family of
Mr. Charles llutter, created in Mrs. Gard
ner a desire te reside in Pottstown perma
nently, and it was this object that induced
her husband te visit the place for the pur
The Cost of tlie Auditors.
The cost of auditing the accounts of the
several county officers, including the pay
of the auditors, their clerk and counsel,
was $.")80.-10. Following is the bill in de
.axcasti:!: Cetnty. ss.
Te the County
, 35 liivs. (i ;
. :;! 4J
. 21) 00
."1SI miles. (? 10c.
Mnsser, 3"i days, $3 : $10.". 00
.State account, 20 00
Curran, 35 davs, Q $3 $le: oe
State account 20 00
320 miles 10c 32 00
Jeseph Clarksen, Clerk
Stationery, postage and incidental..
David G. Kslilciuan. Counsel lee
Geerge lluber, .Janitor,
THE STRIKE AT SAFE HAR1JOR.
The Ringleader Discharged-
Again at Werk.
We have a lepert from Safe Harber that
several of the ringleaders of the strike at
the Safe Harber iron works were perma
nently dismissed yesterday after which the
general superintendent, Mr. Wright, had
a conference with the men and it was
agreed they should return te work at for
mer prices ($4.e0 per ten), and that they
should be furnished with pig iron of a
quality that would enable them
te make better wages. It appears they
were issuing English pig of short brittle
texture that would net roll well ; that it
often had te be taken back te the furnace
and heated a second time before it could
be properly rolled. Last evening the fires
were re-lighted and this morning the men
arc all at work, except these who were dis
charged. It is te be hoped no further
difficulty will occur at the mills, and that
they may be run te the mutual benefit of
the managers and the men.
Dr. J. O. Boyd, whose recent return
from Flerida was noticed in these columns,
has settled himself down in his new offices
en West King street near Mulberry. The
rooms have been fitted up with new furni
ture, etc., and they leek very neat and
comfortable. R. J. Evans, esq., atterncy-at-law,
will occupy Dr. Boyd's late eflice
at Ne. 11 Seuth Queen street.
Yesterday, while Franklin llamish, of
West Willow, was smoking meat in the
chimney corner of his house a ham fell
from a hook en which it was hanging into
the fire, and it was burned up together
-with all the rest of the meat.
Notable Events Acress the County Line.
The West Chester papers have sung the
praises of their new turntable te such an
extent, that new the borough is filled with
tramps, who have journeyed thither te see
the wonderful work. This accounts for
the deserted condition of the Lancaster
lockup for some days p&st.
Along the Susquehanna river hang
pesters signed by eight pilots, who agree
net te take less than $20 for a raft and net
less than $10 for a half raft te run from
Peach Bettem te Pert Deposit. They
have adopted the firm name of Whitaker,
Moere & Ce., and all contracts and settle
ments for wages must be made with Mr.
Hen. Jeremiah S. Black, Representative
Charles S. Wolfe and Franklin B. Gewen,
e-iq,, were in Harrisburg yesterday in con
sultation with the Harrisburg attorneys
engaged en the part of commonwealth, in
the bribery cases, for the purpose of mak
ing arrangements te oppose the granting of
pardons te Messrs. Kemble, Salter, Craw
ford, Rumbergcr and Petroff.
Jehn Sauerlandcr and wife, of Wilming
ton, were fearfully burned and their house
was set en fire by the explosion of a coal
oil lamp in their bed room as they were in
the act of retiring te bed Tuesday night.
The lire was extinguished and it is thought
that both the sufferers will recover. The
lamps was filled with "ocean oil," a
variety the sale of which is prohibited by
There arrived in Harrisburg yesterday
from the West a party of Apache Indians,
fierce looking, stalwart fellows, in blankets,
paint, feathers and brass ornaments,
regular types of the aborigines who
inhabit the Southwest. They were in
charge of Messrs. Alexander Reed and B.
M. Themas, Indian agents and interpreters
and left for Washington ever the Northern
Central, and Baltimore and Potomac reads,
at 4.25 p. m.
While a freight train drawn by a Medoc
engine, southward bound, was taking
water at Yerk Haven tank, south of Golds Gelds Golds
bero, the rear end of the train was run in
to by engine Ne. 74 (engineer Wilsen),
which caused a pretty bad wreck, damag
ing the engine and breaking up a number
of the cars with which the "74 " collided.
Wilsen and his fireman were both pretty
A convention of school superintendents,
including county, city and borough officers,
will be held in the Capitel building, at
Harrisburg, commencing at 2 o'clock p. m.
en Tuesday, April 27. and continuing
during Wednesday and Thursday. This
is the first meeting of the kind held dur
ing the current term of office, and it is ex
pected that every superintendent in the
state will be present and participate in the
proceedings. Various school matters will
On Monday the large stone anil frame
barn, en the farm of David Still, north of
Coatesville, in West Brandywine, was
burned with all its contents, which consis
ted of one cow, a number of chickens, all
the farm implements, besides some wagons,
a let of corn, eats, hay and straw. The
farm was tenanted by Isaac Tayler and the
origin of the lire was caused by a little boy,
son of Mr. Tayler playing with matches
in the barnyard.
Jacob Staull'er's funeral.
The funeral of Jacob Stauffer took place
this afternoon at 2 o'clock and was attend
ed by a very large concourse of relatives,
friends and citizens generally, among
whom weie many of the eldest and most
prominent of our people.
The friends assembled at the late resi
dence of deceased, Ne. 2:5.) East Orange
street, where a short formal service was
held, after which the body was taken te
the Picsbyterian church and the casket
containing it was placed at the head of the
centre aisle. The church was crowded.
The religious service was conducted by
Rev. .1. Y. Mitchell, the pastor, assisted by
Rev. J. J. Starh, Rev. J. II. Dubbs, D.D.,
and Rev. E. V. Gerhart, D D. After the
reading of a portion of the scripture
by Rev. Dr. Gerhart, the hymn "I
would net live alway" was sung by the
congregation. Rev. Mitchell followed
with a funeral oration in which he
paid a high tribute te the Christian char
acter of Mr. Stauffer. The hymn "Shall
We Meet Beyond 'the River," was sung by
the cher. The hymns above named were
favorites of the decased. and were sung
the last time that he attended church prier
te his last sickness.
At the end of the service the casket con
taining the remains was opened, and all
present had an opportunity of viewing the
body. The features looked calm and nat
ural. The body was clothed in a
black shroud, and was literally covered
with choice flowers, a fitting tribute te the
great botanist, a great portion of whose
life was spent among the flowers, the study
of which was one of his chief delights.
The funeral precession then formed and
moved te Lancaster cemetery where the
remains were interred,
In the religious calendar te-day is known
as Maunday Thursday or Hely Thursday
and in all the Catholic churches special
observance of the day was had in the cele
bration of the mass at 8 :"0 this morning.
Te-morrow will be Geed Friday com
memorative of the day en which our Sav
iour was crucified. The services in the
Catholic, Episcopal, Moravian and
Lutheran churches will partake of unusual
solemnity. The day is a legal holiday,
and the public schools and banks will be
A Celd Snap.
Yesterday was cold and windy, and the
mercury was below the freezing point all
day. This morning at daybreak the ther
mometer marked 17 degrees above zero,
and ice almost and inch in thickness
formed en st ill water. The policemen say
that last night was one of the most un
comfortable they have experienced during
the season. Seme fears arc expressed that
the early fruit may have been injured but
as the weather has been very dry, this is
net probably the case te any serious ex
tent. The I'cnu Mill.
Owing te the breaking of ene of the rolls
in the puddle mill, work has been sus
pended by the Penn iron company for the
remainder of the week except in the black
smith and spike and belt shops. And the
opportunity is being embraced te clean
boilers, make repairs, and te introduce
water chills into the puddling furnaces.
This afternoon Spencer Weeds, Jacob
Weeds and Ellen Stewart, all colored were
KMit te iail for five days each bv Alderman
Dennelly, of the Seventh ward.
OPENING DAYS We will display en FR1DAT and SATURDAY, MARCH 20 and 27, all the New Styles In
SPRING AND SUMMER SUITINGS,
Embracing ever 400 Patterns of the most Beautiful and Nevel Design, Rich in Celer and Handsome in appearance,
new ready in Spring Weight Overcoats and Ulsterettes. We have opened a New Department in our line, viz: 1
ui;t.. 's ceetiiin u, te wmcu we give since
Waived a Hearing.
This afternoeu Geerge Shultz, who is
charged with being the father of the child
of Christina Denning, which was found
dead in a box en Christian street last
week, waived a hearing before Alderman
MoCenomy en the charge of fornication,
and gave bail for his appearance at court.
" The Banker's Daughter." The tickets are
selling rapidly for " The Banker's Daughter,"
which will be played here by Cellier's com
pany te-morrow evening. This troupe is com
posed entirely of geed actors, who are well
known throughout the country. Mr. James
was leading man last season at one of the Bes
ten theatres. He appeared here once with
Ferd's company and greatly pleased everyone.
MKs Wainwrightand Mr. and Mrs. Walcetare
also witli the company. Mr. Cellier carries a
large amount of new scenery with him, which
is used in the production of the piece.
' 1 lluminali." On Monday evening the new
play entitled "The Illuniinati," will he given
at the opera house by a strong company, at the
head el which is the distiguished actor, F. C.
Bangs. The scenery, armors, costumes, Ac,
will be entirely new.
Rev. Arc HnincY, of Pittsburgh, Pa., re
ports the lollewing interesting case : A twelve
year old girl the daughter et a prominent
grocer, Mr. Andrew Sshweitzcr, had sutrered
for some time with Rheumatism. The cure
yes, even the relief of the trouble resisted all
remedies. By the advice of friend-, the mother
used St. Jacob's Oil, and with the best result.
The child is once mere lively and well, and
what three physicians could net accomplish,
has been gained by one bottle of St. Jacob's
Bright teeth, and lips that glow the while.
Give light and color te a smile ;
And, infinitely mere than this,
Give light and color te a kiss.
But both must sutler from the want
Of the life-giving SOZODOXT.
Democratic County Committee.
The Democratic county committee will held
a meeting at Shober's hotel, this eity, en Mon
day, March 2!), at 10 a. m., te fix a time for the
meeting of the county convention, te elect
delegates te the state convention and te trans
act such ether business as the committee may
appointer the convention determine.
Every member is urgently requested te be
present if possible.
mlS-tdd&w W. U. IIEXSEL. Chr.
"What Ails Yeu?
Is it a disordered liver giving you a sellew
skin or costive bowels, which have resulted in
distressing Piles or de your kidneys refuse
perform their functions? If se your system
will seen be clogged with poisons. Take a few
doses of Kidney-Wert and you'll feel like a
new man nature will threw off every impedi
ment and each organ will be ready for duty.
Use Lecher's llore and Cattle Powders.
Frem Hen. Andrew Cornwall,
Ex-MEMUEIt, OF I.KOISLATUItE, XKW YOKK STATE.
Alkxanduia Bay, Jan. 3, 1880.
. II. Warner & Ce.:
Gents: 1 have been troubled with kidney
dilllculty for the last three years, and in Octo
ber last had a very severe attack. I then com
menced taking your Sate Kidney and Liver
Cure and obtained relief at once. I have used
two bottles and feel as well as ever, anil I shall
always keep a supply of Warner's Safe Kidney
and Liver Cure in the house.
'Dr. Sellers' Cough Syrup," without excep
tion, has given satisfaction. Our readers give
it a trial. Druggists keep it. Price 25 cents
Pure Spices Jit. i.echcr's Drug Stere.
A Geed Heuseuire.
The geed housewife, when she is giving her
house its spring renovating, should bear in
mind that the dear inmates of her house are
mere precious than many houses, and that
their systems need cleansing by purifying the
bleed, regulating the stomach and bowels te
prevent and cure the diseases arising from
spring malaria and miasma, and she must
knew that there is nothing that will de it se
perfectly and surely as Hep Bitters, the purest
and best of medicines. See ether column.
A i aveuable .sioteiuety. The geed reputa
tion of " Brown's lirenchial Troches" for the
relief et Coughs, Colds and Threat Diseases
has given them a favorable notoriety.
Try Lecher's Cough Syrup.
That are always wetting their beds ought
net te be scolded and punished for what they
cannot help. They need a medicine having a
tonic effect en the kidneys and urinary
organs. Such a medicine is Kidney-Wert. It
has specific action. De net fail te try it for
them. ni22-l wd&w
Brown's Household 1'anacca
I the most effective Pain Destroyer in the
world. Will most surely quicken the bleed
whether taken internally or applied externally
and thereby mere certainly BELIEVE PAIX,
whether chronic or acute, than any ether pain
alleviator, and it is warranted double the
strength of any similar preparation.
It cures pain in the Side, Back or Bowels,
Sere Threat, Rheumatism, Toothache and ALL
ACHES, and is the GKEAT BELIEVER OF
PAIX. "BUOWX'S HOUSEHOLD PAXA
CE A " should be in every family. A tcaspoon tcaspeon tcaspoen
tulofthc Panacea in a tumbler el het water
(sweetened, if preferred), taken at bedtime,
will BREAK UP A COLD. 23 cents a bottle.
Fer sale at II. B. Cechnm & Ce' Drugstore
Xerth Queen street. Lancaster.
Undoubtedly with children, attributed te ether
causes, is occasioned by Worms. BUOWX'S
VERMIFUGE COMFITS, or Werm Lozenges,
although effectual in destroying worms, can
de no pesible injury te the me9t delicate child
This valuable combination has been success
fully used by physicians, and found te be ab
solutely sure in eradicating worms. Twenty
five cents a box. rianl5-lvdAwTuThAS
Try Lecher's Cough Syrup.
A Mether's Grief.
The pride of a mother, the life and joy of a
home, are 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 Cough, Croup or Whooping
Cough, which lead te Consumption, if you de
net attend te it at once. Shiloh's Consump
tion Cure is guaranteed te cure them. Price 10
cents, 50 cents and $1. Fer lame Back, Side,
or Chest, use Shiloh's Pereus Plaster. Price
2.) cents. Sold by D. Heitshu, Lancaster, and
M. L. Davis, Millersville.
The Best I Ever Knew Of.
.7. G. Starkey, a prominent and influential
citizen of Iowa City, says: "I 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 Vitalizer advertised in our
paper, and was persuaded te try it. lam happy
te state that it has entirely cured me. It is cer
tainly the best Remedy I ever knew of." Price
73 cents. Sold by 1). Ileitshu, Lancaster, and
M. L. Davis, Millersville.
Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy.
A marvelous Cure for Catarrh, Diphtheria
Canker Meuth, and Head Ache. Willi each
bottle there is an ingenious nasal Injector for
he mere successful treatment et tne com
plaint, without extra charge. Price 50 cents.
Sold b v D. Heitshu, Lancaster, and M. L. Davis,
ana careiui attention, .examine our sieck.
MYERS & RATHFON,
Merchant Tailors and Clothiers, 12 East King Street, Lancaster, Pa.
NEW YORK STORE.
HAVE REMOVED TO
8 AND 10 EAST KING ST.,
STIRK'S CHINA HALL BUILDING.
WATCHES.The largest stock and most varied assortment te be found
in the interior of the state. We sell all the reliable grades of American and
Swiss Watches, and each watch is warranted according te the quality.
JEWELRY of the newest and prettiest designs in great quantity and vari
ety from a geed article in geld plate te the precious gem in costly setting.
SILVERWAEE.Articles of utility and ornament in solid silver or electro
plate, artistic In design and of various styles of finish.
MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES tee numerous te specify, including every
thing consistent with a first-class Jewelry Business.
Realizing tbat we are in competition, with the large beuses of tbe Eastern
cities, we will be especially careful thiat every article shall be sold aslewas
it could be bought elsewhere.
H. Z. RHOADS & BRO., Jewelers,
Ne. 4 West King Street.
Every one will And a general tonic in "Lind
say's Improved Bleed Searcher." All drug
gists sell it.
Statistics prove that twenty-nve 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
a bottle of Lecher's Renowned Cough Syrup,
shall we condemn the sufferers ter their neg
ligence, or pity them for their ignorance?
"CURE, LIFE AND ACCIDENT.
Insurance at lowest rates. Geed and Reli
able Companies. HERR & STAUFFER.
Beat Estate & Ins. Agts., 3 X. Duke St.
INSUKK YOUR PROP.ERT YIN THE KES7T
BAUSMAX & BURXS .
29-tfeedB Ofltce: Xe 10 Went Orange St.
ONISY TO LOAN ON FIRST MORT
BAUSMAX A BURXS'S
Insurance and Real Estate Olllce,
mCS-OtdR Xe. 10 West Orange Street.
ST. JAMES GOOD
ing service at 10: a.
m. Evening nraytir
at 4 P- m. Services en Hely Saturday at J
m. and 5 p. in.
pilAKTKK NOTICE. "
v; Xetice is hereby given that application
win uc mane te tne court ei common l'leas et
Lancaster county, en MOXDAY, APRIL ID,
1SSD, at 10 o'clock a. m., for a charter te ine.oi ine.ei ine.oi
peratc "The Sacred Heart Academy et Lancas
ter, Pennsylvania." The object of the pro
posed corporation is the instruction of young
ladies in a thorough academical course e'f edu
cation. GEORGE XAUMAX,
m25-3tdew Solicitor for the Applicants.
R. C. A. GREENE HAS CONCLUDED
te give a series of Physiological Lectures'at
the urgent request of his numerous friends
and patients in Lancaster and vicinity. The
first ene will take place en
Thursday Evening March 25, 1S80,
AT FULTOX OPERA HOUSE.
Among the subjects referred te en the above
occasion will be
"The General Structure of the Bedy," Hew
te Live se as te Prolong Life and Avoid
Pain and Disease," and "Hew te
Oct "Well When in a Dis
Brief references will be made te the methods
new in vogue of attempting te cure the alllict
ed; also, te the improved methods of Onuii
pathy, causes of the remarkable increase of
quack medicines and empiricism all ever Un
civilized world. The admission fee will be just
enough te pay the expenses of hall, advertis
ing, Ac. A Physiological Magazine will be
given te everyone attending the lecture.
The Lancaster Medical Society and all ether
M. D.s are especially invited.
Admission, 10 cts. te all parts of the house
Lecture w ill commence at S o'clock
24 CENTRE SQUARE.
Wc hare for sale for the coming season an
Immense Stock of
of our own manufacture, which comprise3 the
Latest and Most
Come and see our
which is larger and composed of the best sijylcs
te be found in the city.-
1 1 Hosteller & Sen,
24 CENTRE SQUARE-
JAMES C. IRVIN. OF LANCASTER
county. Pa., has this day ceased te act as
our agent. We will therefore net be responsi
ble for any transactions entered into lay him
for our account.
EMAXUEL HOFFMAX & SO X.
119 Water Street, Xew Y erk.
Packers of Laf Tobacco.
Makeh IB, 1M0. mO-lwd
Alse, all the New Styles
The Manufacture of CHIL-
EOlt SALE OR REX1.
FOR RUST, NO. 114 Iff.
Possession given January
Se. 112 Xerth Queen Street.
T 70 R RENT.
; Twe rooms. Xe. 43 Xerth Queen street,
suitable for photograph gallery, new occupied
by J S. Saurman. Apply te
dec2Ctfd THOS. BAUMGARDXER.
1 A Shuffle Beard in Geed condition, with
four sets of quoits, will be sold cheap. Apply
te H. L. MISHLER.
11123-tfd 115 East King Street.
POSTS AND RAILS FOR SALE.
The undersigned lias about 1,000 4-hole
Chestnut Pests, and about l,O0OChcstnutRails,
which they will sell at reasonable prices.
A. MILLER & SOX,
COLLAR FACTORY AND LEATHER
STOItE FOR REXT. A well Established
Cellar Factory and Leather Stere ter rent.
Alse suitable ter any ether business. Apply te
125-Tu,Th&Stfd JOHX A. SIIOBER.
Four Acres of Geed Land with a Frame
Heuse and Geed Uarn, situated en the Harris
burg pike, within the city limits. Inquire of
H12I-1 wd Xe. G Court Avenue.
PUliLIC SALE OF HOUSEHOLD AND
Jvitchen Furniture, en WEDNES
DAY, M ARCH 31, at Xe. 330 Xerth Duke street.
Sale te commence at 1 o'clock p.m. Fer par
ticulars apply te
m2-7td I1EXRY SHUBERT, Auct.
1 The second story of Eshlcman ft Rath
vein's Banking Heuse, at Centre Square, and
also a room en second story, opposite the
l'cim'a R. R. Depot, en Chestnut street.
B. F. ESULEMAX.
f23-2td&Stf Attorney-at Law
1MRE PROOF SAFE FOR SALE.
1 A Fire Proof Safe (Mesler, Bahman & Ce.,
Cincinnati make), 31 inches high, 20 wide and
24 deep, weight 1,200 pounds with Sargent's
Patent Xight and Day Combination Leck, for
sale cheat). Apply at the
jan2-tfd lX'TELLIGEXCER OFFICE.
" Saw Mill with 40-horse power Engine and
necessary fixtures, situate In Lancaster city.
Pa., en Penn'a R. It., near Stewart's Dreve
Yard, accessible from New Helland turnpike.
Possession en May 1, 1880. Apply at Xe. 438
North Queen street. m'J-Ctdeed
PUBLIC SALE OF HOUSEHOLD AND
Kitchen Furniture, at Xe. 20 Plum street,
en SATURDAY, MARCH 27, 1SS0, consisting of
Range and Pipe, Beadsteads, Tables, Chairs.
Chest, Settee, Carpets, Bureau, Sideboard, let
of old books and ether goods net mentioned.
Sale te commence at 1 o'clock P. M.
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.
The partnership heretofore existing be
tween the undersigned under the firm name
of Salomen & Hartman, engaged in the To
bacco and Cigar business. Lancaster, Pa., lias
been dissolved this day by mutual consent.
All outstanding debts will be payable te Mr. S.
Salomen, who continues at 105 Maiden Lane,
New Y'erk. S. SALOMON. Jit.,
March 2,', ISdO. m25-3td
TITORTGAGES FOR SALE.
Twe six per cent. Mortgages, one ler $10,000
and the ether ter $4,750, first liens and well se
cured en eligible city Real Estate, belonging
te the estate et" the late Dr. Benjamin Mishler,
dee'd. Inquire et
WM. R. WILSON", ESQ.,
Xe. 21 Xerth Duke Street.
Hl-tlW&S Lancaster, J'a
ervbedv te advertise, free of charge,
Inti:i.i.iges.'cir, who wants something
Families of Jean, Doeskin and Cotton Cetton Cotten
ade Weavers. Wages paid in cash every week.
New looms just starting. Address
Adams aud Pine Sts., Frankford, Phila.
S. 15. FOREMAN,
(PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON),
Removed from Xe. 13 Seuth Prince street te
Xe. 211 West King street, Lancaster, Pa.
The office et The Lancaster Gas Light
and Fuel Company, has been removed te
Ne. 7, Xerth Queen street. Examiner and Ex
press building. m20-4td22,24,27
The Ceal Office of II. Baumgardncr & Ce.
has been removed te
Xe, 7 XORTH QUEEX STREET,
m20-4td-22,24A27 (Examiner Building).
10AL! COAL!! COAL!!!
RUSSEL & SHLTLMYER
Will remove their Ceal Office. 15 EAST KIXG
STREET, te Xe. 22 EAST KIXG STREET, new
the Xew Yerk Stere, en or before APRIL 1,
where they will be glad te see their old custo
LANCASTER COMMERCIAL COLLEGE,
Rhoads's Jewelry Stere, Ne. 4. W. King
street, Lancaster, Pa., 3d fleer. This Institu
tion affords superior advantages in acquiring
a thorough and practical knowledge of Book
keeping, Penmanship. Arithmetic, Grammar
and Correspondence. Its aim is te impart an
education suited te the requirements of bus!
ness pursuits and training young men and
boys by short and interesting methods In these
things that will best fit them for a ready and
successful start iu life. Fer circulars and
H. C. WEIDLER, Principal,
or, W. D. MOSSEB, Saeratary.
WEDNESDAY EVE'NG, MAR. 25, 1880.
"Washington, March 25. Fer, the Mid
dle Atlantic states, clear or partly cloudy
weather, cold northwest veering te warm
er southeast winds, rising followed by
TUT TURKCOMAN CAMPAIGN.
Gen. SkobelefTs Movements.
St. Petersburg, March 25. The de
parture of General Skobeleff, the com
mander of the Russian expedition against
the Turcemans, has been postponed until
Friday next. A railroad will be com
menced simultaneously at two points.
Frem Krasnovedsk te Tshikislar, and from
the latter place te Chatte. Gen. Skobeleff
does net underrate the Turcemans.
He is largely provided with artillery,
having deemed it necessary te have mere
than double proportion. It is believed
that no newspaper correspondent will be
allowed te accompany him. The press has
been already officially netiGed te refraim
from publishing anything referring te the
Ne Advance at Prerent.
Philadelphia, March 25. A largely
attended meeting of the Lehigh and
Schuylkill coal exchanges was held here
this afternoon. After a lengthy discussion
en the present condition and future re
quirements of the trade, the conclusion
was arrived at that it would beunadvisable
te make any change in the city and harbor
prices of coal for the coming month. The
April circulars of the Philadelphia and
Reading coal and iron, the Lehigh and
Wilkesbarre and ether companies in both
regions will therefore remain as at present.
THE IRISH QUESTION.
An Appeal te the Voters.
Londen, March 25. A despatch from
Dublin te the Times says that Messrs.
Charles S. Parncll and Jeseph G. Biggar
have decided that conjointly with Mr.
Jehn O'Connor Power there shall be run
in county Maye ene of the prisoners re
cently sentenced at the Castle Bar assizes
te a term of imprisonment for assaulting
Traveling " Incognito " te Seuth Africa.
Londen, March 25. The ex-Empress
Eugenie is trvelling incognito as the
Countess of Pierrefonds. She is accom
panied by Cel. Sir Henry Evelyn and Lady
Weed, the Marquis of Bassano,and asma 1
suite. They will embark at Southampton
te-day for Seuth Africa te visit the scene
of the Prince Imperial's death.
Rills Passed by tlie Senate.
"Washington, D. C, March 25. In the
Senate the bill incorporating the National
Educational association, and the bill
authorizing the issue of twenty-year five
per cent, bends of the District of Columbia
were passed. Several private bills en the
calendar were also passed.
At 1:50 p. m., en motion of Mr. Eaten,
the Senate went into executive session.
THE COLORED BROTHER.
Jehn Sherman Gets Ills Werk In.
Goldsboro', N. C, March 25. The Re
publican executive committee of the
Second district met here yesterday. After
a struggle two colored delegates were
elected te the Chicago convention, their
names being J. B. Abbett and Claybourn
Faison, both Sherman men. A. McCabc
and E. R. Page, both white, were chosen
Fears That the Swedish f.xplercrs Will Have
te Step at Plymouth.
Londen, March 25. It is thought that
the Swedish exploring steamer Vega,
which is everdue from Lisben,
having only an auxiliary engine power
will be unable te make Portsmouth in
the teeth of the prevailing head winds aud
will probably put into Plymouth.
Pretty Solid for Grant.
Louisville, March 25. The Republi
cans have held conventions in 55 counties
in thisstatc, of which 30 have instructed
for Grant, 3 for Sherman, and 1 for Blaine.
"Where no instructions have been given
Grant delegates te the state convention
have generally been appointed.'
Where Our Celd Wave Starts.
St. Jehn, N. B., March 25. The snow
storm which began yesterday afternoon
still continues. It is mere severe than any
last winter. Over a feet of snow has fallen
en a level while there are large drifts in
many places. Trains and steamers are
delayed by the storm.
AID FOR BULGARIA.
A Fine Present from Russia.
Londen, March 25. A Vienna dispatch
te the Stanilard says the emperor of Rus
sia has presented te Prince Alexander, of
Bulgaria, a war steamer, 40,000 rifles and
several Krupp guns.
GREAT FIRE RAGING.
Destruction of Valuable Buildings In
Portland, Me., Mar. 25. A large fire
is progressing at Hallewell. The Ameri
can house, bank, Masonic hall, &c, are
Taffy for Weaver.
Carlisle Volunteer, Dem.
We see it announced in the Republican
papers of Lancaster that our old friend
and classmate, Wm. D. Weaver, is a can
didate for district attorney. We have
known Mr. Weaver in and out of school
for many years and we have always found
him honest and upright, and it is our
opinion that if the "Bull Ringers" and
"Heg Ringers" of that delectable politi
cal clime want a geed, square fellow of
sound horse sense, plenty of brains
and some conscience te beet, they
will select Weaver. His Republicanism
is of the rankest kind but he has also re
deeming qualities about him, and as there
don't seem te be any earthly chance for the
election of McMullen, Given, "Beb" Risk
or some ether Democratic friend of ours te
the same office, .we hope Weaver will get it
We, however, hereby serve notice upon him
that should his party split itself up into a
half dozen Kilkenny cat factions and
thereby make it possible for a Democrat te
slip in, we shall, at once, take back every
solitary word of taffy we ever uttered about
Consignment of a Carge trem Madec.
Belleville, Ont., March 25. Five
cars of geld ere from Madec, the first part
of a consignment of 100 cars, went 'for
ward te Buffalo yesterday.
Philadelphia, March 25. Fleur dull, but
weak; superfine WO034 50: extra 5 0055O;
Cornmeal Brandy wine unchanged.
Wheat firm ; Xe. 2 Western Red $1 41?I :
Pa. de $1 42g!l 43 ; Amber $1 S1 44.
Cern steady : steamer 5454c; yellow 53
5Cc ; mixed 5555c.
Oats firm en spot but dull ; Xe. 1 49c ;Xe. 2
4Sc; Xe. 2 mixed 45S46Kc.
Rye quiet ; Western yec ; Pa. 00c.
Previsions quiet; nissperk$122.1250: beet
hams $1750018 00; India mess beet 1!)5020:
bacon suieked shoulders 55Jc ; salt de 4i ;
smoked hams oiec; pickled hams &$
Lard quiet; city kettle "JTc; loose
butelier? 7c ; prime steam 7?8a!e.
Butter firm ; geed inquiry ; creamery extra
35g37c: Itrudterd county aud Xew Yerk extra
new elQXSc : de full 2S30c ; Western reserve
extra at 23330c ; de geed te choice 23327c :
Rolls scarce; Penn'u extra 23Q25e; Western
reserve extra 2jS27c.
Eggs firm ; Penn'a 12).13e; Western 12
cneesc linn ; Xew' Yerk factory Ul-i'SUc :
Western lull cream 14l4;c; de ter goediali
:3'4; de halt-skims 12Qlac.
Petroleum firm ; Refined 7?Ic.
Whiskv at $108.
Seeds dull; geed te prime elevcrsecd $G 00
700; de timothy $320(3 25; de Uaxseed $IsO
New Yerk Market.
Nkw Yeuk. Marcli 25. Fleur-State and West
ern dull aud strongly in buyers favor ;
superfine state $1 005 00; extra de
$5 15JJ5 40 ; choice de $5 45gt ; fancy de
$t10iS7 00: round hoop Ohie $."tO5!H: choice
de $0 000 50; superfine western $4 0505 00;
common te geed extra de $5 255 (Rf ; elioiee
dodo$5 558u0; choice white wheat de$5S3
0 50; Southern dull and heavy; common te
fair extra $5 05g0 15; geed te choice de $0 20
Wheat Spring dull and nominal ; Winter
heavy and '!4c hnver : Xe. 1 White, March,
$1 3D ; de April, $1 374?! 37.i ; Xe. 2 Red, April,
$1 42il 42'4 ; de May! 40.
Cern dull and scarcely se firm ; Mixed
Western spot i'Nfil.-jOe ; de future 5l)j;(j.v;e.
Oats a shade easier, including Ne. 2 White,
cash, at 42c; Ne. 2 March. 42'4c ; de May, 40c ;
State 4340c ; Western 43il5e.
li30 r. si.
PennaU's (third issue) 10KJ4
Philadelphia & Erie I7Ji
Lehigh Valley 51
United Ces. et X.J 158
Northern Pacific 31
" Preferred 52J.
Nerthern Central XI
Lehigh Navigation :V.
Central Transportation Ce. 4HJ.?
Pitts., Titusville & Buirale. lj,'S
Little Schuylkill 53
X. Y. Central 131JJ
Adams Express 110
Michigan Central U2J.J
Michigan Southern lesl
Illinois Central 1iii;jh
Cleveland A Pittsburgh llnjg
Chicago ft Reck Island 1S5
Pittsburgh Fert Wayne.. lir.14
Western Union Tel. Ce 108
Teledo A Wabash 43
New Jersev Central 1-5
United States Bends and Sterling Exchange
(Quotations by B. K. Jamisen & Ce., S. W.
Cor. 3d and Chestnut Streets).
PniLADELi'itiA, Mar. 25.
United States jB's, 1881, (regiMcrcd)..103 '05!4
United States.Ts. 1S81. (registered). .103 Wi(!3
United States 4!iiV, ISil, (regislered)l07:;i107
United States 4i's, 1801, (coupons)... 107107
United States 4's, IIW7. (registered). .105
United States Currency 0's l'-S 124
Sterling Exchange 4Hi is:t
A 31 USEMEXTS
FRIDAY EVENING, MARCH 2.
MR. JOHX D. MISHLER has the honor te
announce one et the most brilliant entertain
ments he has ever presented iu the appearance
Banker's Daughter Combination,
Under the auspices el A. M. Palmer, Union
Square Theatre, Broadway and 14th street,
J. W. COLLIER. - - - Manager.
The Phenomenal Success of the Season,
"ie Balers inter;
As plavcd at the Union Square Theatre, X. Y.,
1 te Consecutive Xights, ami has also received
the most llattering tokens of approval every
Positive appearance of Mr. Leu is James. Miss
Marie Wainwriirht, Mr. and Mrs. Chas Walcot,
Mrs. Farrcn, Hareld Feraberg, and
A SUPERIOR COMPANY.
This Company will bring all its Elegant
Scenery. Notwithstanding the great e.xpense
attending this ''ngagement, no advance will
be made in prices.
ADMISSION'. - - 35, 50 X; 75 Cts.
Bex Sheet new epm at Yeckcr's. in 22-5 td
Tj'ULTON OPERA HOUSE.
The Great Romantic Spectacular Drama iu
5 Acts, the
EASTER MONDAY, M ASCII 20, 1880.
MR. JOHX I). MISHLER lias the pleasure et
peseuting the Distinguished Acter,
F. C. BANGS,
As JOSEPH BALSAMO, supported by a Large
and Talented Company of THIRTY-NINE
N'EW AXD HANDSOME ARMORS,
XEW COsTUMES AND BAXXEKS.
XEW AN D ORIGINAL MUSIC,
Complete In all Its details, under Hie per
senal supervision of Messrs. A. R. Vanllern
and J. C. Frene. Xetwitlistanding the great
expense no advance In prices.
Diagram at Yecker's.
35, CO & 75 CM.
- - 75 Cts.
Peter Hendersen & Ce.
Sell everything ler the
Seeds, Plants, Small Fruits, &c.
CATALOGUE FREE TO ALL WHO AP
PLY BY LETTER.
PETER HENDERSON & Ce.,
35 Courtlandt Street, Xew Yerk.-
Ge te Fulton Heuse for your
There you will find a Large Stock of Phos
phates, Pure Raw Bene. Seuth Carolina Reck
et Highest Grade, and all the Materials for
making the Star Phosphate. Can also furnish
Formula for High Grade Tobacco Fertilizer.
Don't fail te call and get prices, for all the
above named goods will be sold at BOTTOM
J. SWIFT & BRO.,
Fulton Heuse, Lancaster County, Pa.
PROPOSALS FOR COLLECTION OF TAX.
Sealed proposals for thecollectlen of State
and County Tax of the East and West Sections
of the City or Lancaster. Pa., ler 1880, will be
received at the County Commlsieners' Office
en MOXDAY, MARCII29, 1880. till 4 o'clock p.
m., the Commissioners reserving the right te
reject any or ull bids.
By order of the Commissioners.
m20,24,27d Attest-I. X. S. WILLS, Clerk.