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LANCASTER DAllYUELLIGEkcfeki FRIDAY, APRIL 16. 1880.
THE WATEK WORKS.
Meetlug of the Water Committee Mere
New Officials Chesen.
The water committee of councils met in
council chamber last night and elected "Wm.
Stehman engineer of tht city water works
in place of David L. Deen, who has held the
position for several years past. Mr. Steh
man is a practical machinist and engineer,
having learned his trade many years age
at the old locomotive works, then under
the management of Mr. Brandt. He is
also well acquainted with the water works,
having been employed te set up the Birk
inbine pumps and te assist in setting up
the ether pumps in the city mill.
Fer assistant engineers Wm. Gibsen and
Charles Frauciscus have been appointed in
place of Ames Stableferd and Jehn Ham
ilton. Beth of the new appointees are
thoroughly competent, Mr. Frauciscus be
ing a son of Jehn Frauciscus who had
charge of the water weiks many years age.
The pipe-layers J. F. Kautz, and Sylves
ter Stableferd take the place of W S.
Burns aud Frederick Kline, who have for
several years held the appointment. The
new appeintecsare competent, reliable and
industrious.
Contract Awarded.
The bids for furnishing of material for
the city water works were opened at the
mayor's office last evening. The ceutiacts
were awarded as fellows :
Special Cartings te A. C. Welchans at
'1 cents per pound.
Water Pipes te U. I). Weeds & Ce.
of Philadelphia at $:M.U0 per ten of 2000
pjunds.
Ferrule te A. C Welchans at $1 per
piece.
The contract for plug cases was net
a wauled.
Polling the Jtr.
A virtuous correspondent of the Man
hoi m Sentinel who calls himself "Tim"
writes te it as fellows about what he
learns from a niajei ity of the members of
the bar :
After conversing with a majority of
members of the bar, a majority de think
that the action of Judge Patterson i.s net
unwarranted or reprehensible, and that
the eU'eiidcrs deserve the punishment
which was rightly indicted. 'Even the
sympathy of a majority of their own polit pelit
cal faith, practicing as attorneys at this
bar, as far as we can learn their private
sentiments, is withheld from them. They
de net euder.se the slanders published in
tlie lNTi:i.M(u:Nci:it, be its authors editors
attorneys, when it charges that the
eurt corruptly lent its iutlucnce te have
the Snyder boys acquitted, when the con
trary was the fact. As far as we can learn
these gentlemen de net think Messis.
Steiumau and IIciimjI blameless and merit
ed no punishment ; nor de they think the
cunt should have made complaint against
t hum for libel aud have them bound ever
fur ceuit, tried by indictment before a jury,
and the court directing the jury in its own
case and behalf against the offenders. The
act of Assembly gives court a diuerent
lemedy for the misbehavior of the mem
bers belonging te and being a part of it,
whether in or out of court.
Highly important and stupidly untrue.
Alleged e.l"alse Pretense.
Before Aldciman Barr yesterday aftei aftei
jieun was heard the ease of false pretense
brought by C. W. Shaub, one of the super
visors of Pcquca township, against Jehn
Harmen, who was charged with having
obtained from Geerge Herr, through false
representations, a certain amount of lum
ber, te be used in the construction of a
culvert en a public read in said township.
Supervisor Shaub testified that he
had never authorized Harmen te
buy the lumber for the culvert. Harmen
deposed that he did, and that the lumber
was used in the construction of the cul
vert. In this he was corroborated by sev
eral ether witnesses. Alderman Barr dis
missed the complaint. The case occupied
several hours in hearing ; there was much
excitement among some of the witnesses,
and once or twice it looked as though there
might be a knock-down in the alderman's
office.
A"Uig Injun."
Chas. V. Cenlcy, of Philadelphia, great
chief of records of the Improved Order of
Red Men, paid Lancaster a visit yesterday
for the purpose of transacting official
business pertaining te the order in which
he takes se much interest and is se highly
esteemed by its members. Last eveniug
he accompanied Mctamera aud Ec-shah-ke-nee
tribes of this city te Columbia for the
purpose of paying a fraternal visit te
Osceola tribe of that place. Mr. C. will
leave te-day for Harrisburg te make final
arrangements for the meeting of the Gre:it
Council, which will be held in the Heuse
of Representatives in May next. This
meeting premises te be the largest held
for many years. Excursion tickets, geed
for seven days, will be issued ever all
reads centering at Harrisburg.
The Coe n ley Ca-e.
The district attorney this morning made
application te the county commissions s
for an appropriation te defray the expenses
of counsel before the supreme court te re
sist the application for a new trial in the
case of Mrs. Coonley, convicted of
conspiracy te debauch a miner.
The commissioners refused te make the
appropriation, but expressed their willing
ness te pay any reasonable expenses that
might be contracted in behalf of the
ceuntv.
Disorderly Heuse.
Susan Jenes and Sarah Andersen, color
ed, were arranged before Alderman Spur
lier for keeping a disorderly house in the
northern part of the city. In default of
bail they were committed te answer at
court.
New Tea Stere.
The Atlantic and Pacific Tea company have
opened a store at Ne. lit North Queen street,
in the room formerly occupied by .Jee. V.
rritchey us u jewelry store. The room lias
been repainted and papered. New and laucy
chandeliers huve heen put in ami it presents a
Sine appearance. The proprietors of the store
.state that they will sull tea, coffee ana sugar as
low as the lowest and they will open te-morrow.
Their advertisement will be Jeunil in
.another column.
"Heroes of Three Wars."
town I new being canvassed by two
The
young ladies who are tccitrlmr subscrip
tions for n new book entitled "The
Heroes of Three Warn.' It was written
by Captain Willard ("lazier, the author et
"Battle for the I'lden." and is equally as poed
a work. It treats at length of the leading in
cidents of the Revolutionary war, the Mexican
war and the late civil war, with graphic, no.
counts of the trials and triumphs, the hard
ships and privations that the actors in these
bloody struggles of anna sustained, and of the
glory and renown that crowned their heroic
achievements en the field of battle. The be
is handsomely and profusely illustrated, -well
printed, and neatly and substantially bound.
It will be sold only by subscription. The
young ladies have been very successful se tar,
having sold a large number of books which
will be delivered early in May.
Amusements.
Jubilee Singers, The original Flak Univer
sity Jubilee Singers have just returned trein
Europe and they will be here next Thursday
evening. The Velks-Zeituny, of Berlin, says of
them : -'Theseng 'Steal away te. lesus,' begins
like a gentle, secret prayer, swelling into an
entreaty of anguish, till the deep bass notes
roll out mightily, and appear like potent pil
lars en which an invisible church is rising.
The key te the effect of the performance is the
splendid beauty of the 'ensemble.' The treat
ment of the piano is truly admirable. All the
voices blend into one tone, glittering into
sumptuous coloring. The song et the bassist,
Leudin, was enthusiastically admired. The
mulatto has a deep bass, powerful like the
notes of a tuba, and yet capable of the most
delicate expression. The audience overwhelm
ed thw singers with applause and encored sev.
eral pieces.-'
' dice the Bey a Chance." An interesting
lecture will be given en the above subject in
St. Paul's M. K. chuich en Tuesday evening,
April 20, by Rev. Jehn Wesley Gciger, of Ma
rietta, a live, earnest and practical talker, and
the children's friend. Lvcry boy and girl
should hear the Iccttue ; it will equally enter
tain the old lelks.
The McVibcnyi. On Monday evening this
wonderful lamily of musicians will begin a
tin ee nights, engagement in this city, under
the management of Jehn D. Mishler. Their
success here during their previous engagement
was simply weuderftilund it will be no doubt
repeated. The little band will make daily
stiect parades and amatiiice will be given en
Wednesday.
IIavim; -eetircd ever halt a million of Pine
ami Cypress Shingles before the ailvauce in
lumber. I am prepared te sell cheap for cash.
Cypiess Miinglcs nie considered superior te
shaved l'ine Miingles.
JOHN BKIDLKIt,
Lumber Dealer, Wrightsville. I'a.
aprl.V3vd"
Everywhere you hear the loudest praises of
-r. J At eit's Oil for the cure et Rheumatism.
Isaac Watts was a. Uttle Mun.
lie said jocosely te .si vel" his tall quizzing
lriends who asked hew he felt among se many
men, " that he was a sixpence among six
pennies, weith them all." uOZODONT is just
se: there may be many preparations ter the
teeth, but it is ueith them all.
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Al'VCIAI. NOTICES.
liTATisiics prove that twenty-five percent.
il" the deaths in our larger cities are caused by
consumption, and when we reflect that this
ten ilile disease in its erst stage will yield te
a bottle et Lecher's Renowned Cough Syrup,
shall we condemn the sufferers ler their negli
gence, or pity them for their ignorance';
Try Lechei's Renowned Cough Syrup.
"What evurv one s.iys must be true.' that
"Dr. Sel! ' .srup" has no equal ler
coughs- ,. (-. Try it. Price 25 cents.
ISctter Times.
The business revival anil new era of pros pres
peiity which is new laiily inaugurated, is in
keeping ulth the iucicased health and happi
ness seen all ever the land, and is one el the
results obtained irem the introduction of
Warner's .safe Kidney and Liver Cure. " The
changes wrought by this remedy," says Rev.
Dr. Harvey, "seem but littlu less than mini
culeus." alS-'iuil&w
Try Lecher's Renon ncd Cough Syrup.
The Greatest lSleshing.
A simple, pure, harmless remedy, that cuics
every time, and prevents disease by keeping
the bleed pure, stomach regular, kidneys and
liver active, is the gieatest blessing ever con
ferred upon man. Hep Hitters is that remedy,
and its proprietors uie being blessed by thou
sands who have been saved and cutedbylt.
Will von try it; .see another column.
al.V2w ihViw
Dr. ISrewmnu, a njnuir yradualeet one el
the eldest and best medical colleges of the
United States, lias for years been studying the
subject el cough', colds, and all troubles of
that nature, and is sutilied that he has by dili
gent research in chemistry and pharmacy
leuncl out the true combinations of medicine
that will the most quickly and satisfactorily
cuie the most acute or chronic eases. His C. &
C. Cordial is the secret, and it is new ctlecting
cures that are l cully astonishing. One trial
will convince you that it will eventually lie
come indispensable te any family. Fer sale by
druggists. l'i iee ."0 cents. Dr. Browning,
l'ropiletor, 1117 Arch street. Philadelphia.
Try Lecher's Renowned Cough Syrup.
"Ssy, Susan, have you lest your appetite?
Are you weak aud nervous? It se, 'Dr.
I.iiuUev's Itloed Searcher' is Tllat von want."
As si Cure ter Piles
Kidney-Wert acts lirst by overcoming in the
mildest manner all tendency te constipation
then, by its great tonic and invigorating prop
erties, it restores te health the debilitated and
weakened parts. We have hundreds of certi
fied cures, where all else have iaiicd. Use it
and sutler no longer. al'2-lwd&w
Try Lechci's Renowned Cough Syrup.
A Col'eh, Celd, Catarrh or Sere Threat
should net be neglected. " Brown's Bronchial
Treche"1 are a simple remedy, and will gener
ally give immediate ruliut. Imitations are of
fered for sale, many of which are injurious.
The genuine "Brown's Bronchial Troches"
are sold only in boxes. al.'J-TTh&S&w
Consumption cured.
Hundreds of people throughout the New
England Slates who were consumptive will
testify te their being alive te-day from the use
el S peer's Pert Grape Wine, produced in Pas
saic, New Jersey. It is prescribed by physi
cians generally and used in hospitals for this
purpose. Weakly aud debilitated females,
consumptives, and all aged persons, find a
gieat benefit by its Use. Nothing is better for
overworked or exhausted ladies. This wine
is endorsed by Drs. Atleu and IUtL and ield
by H. E. Slaymaker.
Try Lecher's Renowned Cough Syrup.
Keep your bowels and kidneys in a healthy
state by the use of Kidney-Wert.
Dr. Metl's Endorsement of Speer's Pert
Grape Wine.
The following, from the celebrated Dr. Mett,
of New Yerk, speaks wonders for Mr. Spear's
effeits te laise the Oporto Grape in New
Jersey. The Docter lias spent years in Portu
gal and the wine districts of France, and
knows what he is talking about :
2 Madisex Avexui: )
New Yerk, April 11, 1878. $
Mr. Alfred Si-eer. Dear Sir: The visit
which I made last year te your Vineyards,
wine-presses and vaults at Passaic, N. J., satis
fies me thoroughly that the wines manufac
tured by you are pure and unadulterated, and
the very best that can be offered te the public
ler medicinal uses.
Acting upon my favorable impression at the
time, 1 have since recommended the Pert
Wine; mere particularly in my practice, and
am satisfied with marked benelit te my pa
tients. There can be no better proof te the doubting
mind, as te the Wine being made of the finest
Oporto Grape, 1 ban a visit te the acres of hind
covered with the vine bearing the luxuriant
liuit. Wishing you success in your praise
w ei thy enterprise,
I remain respectfully yours.
ALEX 'B. MOTT, M. D..
Prof, of Surgery, Bellevue Hospital Medical
College, Ac Vc.
This wine is endorsed by Drs. Atlec and
Davis, and sold by II. E. Slaymaker.
aKWtawd&w
Mothers! Mothers!! Met tiers!! I
Aieyeu disturbed at night and broken el
your rest by a sick child suffering and crying
with the excruciating pain of eutting teeth?
It se, go at once and geta bottle of MRS. WINS
LOW'S SOO 1'IIING SYRUP. Itw ill relieve the
peer little sullerer immediately depend upon
it; there is no mistake about it. 'I here iy net a
mother en earth who has ever used it, who will
net tell you at once that it will regulate the
beu els, 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 le 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. fjl7-lyd&wM.W&S
Thera is a general complaint that while
prices of commodities have increased in see
cases fifty per cent., wages have net advanced
any whui e near in the same proportion. We
knew of no complaint in the shape of a cough,
cold, sere threat, rheumatism or neuruglia
that Dr. Themas' Eclectic Oil will net inimedl-.
ately relieve. Fer sale by H. B. Cochran, drug
gist, 137 and 139 North Queen street, Lancaster'
POLITICAL.
DELEGATES TO STATE CONVENTION.
Thirteenth Senatorial District.
SENATORIAL.
CHAS. J. BHOADS.
P.EPKE3EXTATIVE.
R. II. BRUI1AKER,
DR. H. E. RAUB,
H. S. KERNS.
Fourteenth Senatorial District.
SENATORIAL.
JOUN S. HOOVER.
RErRESKfTATIVE.
M. V. 11. WEIDLER,
GEORGE YOUTZ,
WM. B. GIVEN.
DEMOCRATIC COUNTV TICKET.
VOU COXGRESS.
J. L. STE1NMETZ.
FOR DISTRICT ATTORNEY.
B. F. MONTGOMERY.
SENATOR (13tll DISTRICT.)
J. 15. DOUGLASS.
(ASSEMBLY (2l DISTRICT.)
:?. C. STEVENSON,
S. P. SHIRK.
(ASSEMBLY (3d DISTRICT.)
AMOS DILLER,
It. DAVIS YUNDT,
JACOli M. HAENLEN.
KOR TRISON INSPECTORS.
I5ARTON M. W1NTHRS,
BENJ. MILLER.
FOR POOR DIRECTORS.
A. J. SNYDER,
JOHN FRANCISCUS.
Withdrawn.
JUAJtltlAOJCX.
Westhaekfer Uaheiuiush. At St. Mary's
Catholic church. 'April 1."., lsse, by Kev. J.'c.
llickey, II. E. Westhaeffer, M. I)., und Anna
M. R. ilaberbush. Ne cards.
VJCATJ1S.
Grekf. On the 15th Inst.. Themas Heyt, son
of Adam G. and Anna Gretf, aged one year and
three months.
The relatives and lriends of the family are
respectfully invited te attend the funeral from
the residence et his patents, Willow .street
turnpike, Sunday afternoon at 1 o'clock.
'Jtd
Trewitz. In this city, en the 10th Inst., Flera
May, daughter of Daniel and Kate E. Trewitz,
in the 5th year of her age.
The relatives and friuiuls of thn family are
respectfully invited te attend the funeral from
the residence or her grandfather. Daniel Tre
witz, Ne. 139 Concord alley, Sunday alturnoen
at 3 o'eleck. utd
-VJi' IF A It VEll Tl SEMEXTS.
MONEY TO LOAN ON FIRST MORT.
GAGE at
BAUSMAN & ItURXS'S
Insurance aud Real Estate Oltice,
aprli-tfdR Ne. 10 West Orange Street.
I)UItl,IC SALE. WILL IIK SOLD ON
THURSDAY, APRIL H. ISsO, at 1 o'clock
p. m.. at the Lancaster County Prison, a large
surplus stock et Leaf and Scrap Tobacco.
By order of the
al(!-5td HOARD OK INSPECTORS.
ALLEN ROCK, DEALER IN LADIES',
Gents, Misses' and Children's ROOTS AND
SHOES of every kind, ler old and young. We
make a specialty et first-class work sold at low
rates, which is always the cheapest. Call and
see. Ne. 305 North Queen street, opposite th
Northern Maiket, Lancaster, Pa. SIGN CF
THE BIG BOOT. luLVw
1
O INVENTORS.
IIERR & STAUFFER. Solicitors et Patents.
successors te Jacob Manlier, deceased. Having
been in the above business for some time mi
ller the instructions et Jacob Stauffer. dee'd,
and having access te his Reports and Docu
ments relating te the Patent Ofliec. we are
prepared te prosecute all claims relative te
Letters Patent with promptness and accuracy.
OFFICE : S NORTH DUK E STREET.
aprl.'MwilR
TABLE SUPPLIES!
CANNED FRUITS, viz: Peaches Pears,
Pine Apples. Cherries, CalilerninGrceu Gages,
Egg Plums, Nectarines, &c.
CANNED VEGETABLES, vii: Tomatoes.
Cern, Green Peas, tc.
CANNED FISH, viz : Sardines, Fresh Sal Sal
eon, Fresli Lebster, &i:
CONDENSED MILK. Eagle Brand.
CROSS & BLACKWELL'S Pickles and
Sauces COXE'S Gelatine, MARGE FlL'SCci.
ebratcd Brand Macaroni, Latest Importation.
BAKER'S Breakfast Cocea and Ne. 1 Prem
ium Chocolates.
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC FRUITS, viz:
Raisins, Prunes, Figs, Prunelles, Evapeiated
Peaches, Apples, Cranberries, &c.
MISCELLANEOUS Tapioca. Farina, Cem
Starch, Heminy. Peas and I'.eaus, Karlcy, Rice
Fleur.TSaking Powders, &c., at
D. S. BUIISK'S,
Ne. 17 EAST KINO STREET.
NEW TEA STORE,
lit North Queen Street,
LANCASTER, PA.
THE
Established in the City of New Yerk in 18G9,
Have opened a branch store at the above loca
tion. Our object in opening u store in this city
is te furnish the people with Pure Teas and
Coffees at much lower prices than can be
bought elsewhere. This company was organ
ized for the purpose et importing and distrib
uting Teas and Coffees ler one small profit,
and it was started with a capital amply suffi
cient (One Millien Dollars) te carry into effect,
in a thorough and complete manner, our well
matured plans. Added te this large capital
we lmve had many years experience in import
ing, buying, testing and selling tens te all sec
tions et the country.
And as we have business connections with
all the principal ports in China and Japan,
tiius receiving our goods direct from place et
growth, our customers lire saved from all in
termediate profits.
Our Cetlees are selected from the mountain
ous districts of the best Cetlee Regions in thu
world, and by our new process et Roasting,
Coeling and ether improved machinery they
are enabled te retain the essential Oil and
Arema. Sugars sold at Refiners Prices.
TKcuicmucr tne numoer.
114 NORTH QUEEN STREET.
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CAltPETS.
c
ARPETS! CARPETS!! CARPETS!!!
H. S. SHIRK'S
CARPET HALL,
202 WEST KING STREET.
Has en hand ever 20,000 YARDS OF CAR
PET, Bedy and 'lapestry Brussels with llor ller
ders te match. Alse. Venitian Hall and Stair
Carpets, Extra Three-Ply and Superfine In
grain Carpets, which were all bought from the
manufacturers before the great advance in
prices, and which he offers at the Lewest Liv
ing Prices. Alse, a Larger Stock than ever of
Rag and Chain Carpets, which he is prepared
te sell at prices m hich defy competition. On
hand a Large Stock of Oil Cleths, all widths.
Counterpanes and Blankets et all kinds and
Celer. Carpets made te order at, short notice
ter parties who find their own Rags, guaran
teeing perfect satisfaction. Give us a trial, at
203 WEST KING STREET.
GROCERIES.
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IIOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LEVAN'S FLOUR
AT
Ne. 227 NORTH PRINCE STREET.
dl7-lyd
INSTATE OF ISAAC WARREN, LATE OF
ll Lancaster city, Lancaster county, de
ceased. The undersigned Auditor, appointed
te distribute the balance remaining in the
hands of James Warren, Administrator of said
deceased, te aud among these legally entitled
te the same, and te pass upon exceptions filed
te said administrator's account, will attend for
that purpose en FRIDAY, the 30th day of
APRIL, A. D. ISSO, at 2 o'clock p. m., iu the
Library Roem et the Court Heuse, in the city
of Lancaster, where all persona interested In
said distribution and exceptions may attend.
D. UOSENMILLER, Jr.,
apr3-4teeaw Auditor.
SEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
CHEAP AND GOOD WATCHES.
"We have just secured a large let of the lower priced American
Watches of Waltham and Eljnn Manufacture. Alse, a large let
of Silver and Geld Cases, which will be sold at the old prices not
withstanding the scarcity and difficulty of getting them. Seme
grades of these goods are in such demand that orders for them
given new will net be filled in less than two years. Alse, 400
Cleck of different styles just received this morning,
Jeb lets of Jewelry and Fancy Goods, -which will be sold for less
than the cost of manufacture.
"We invite an examination of our new goods.
H. Z. RHOADS.& BRO., Jewelers,
Ne. 4 West King Street.
New Spring Dress Goods,
AT THE
NEW YORK STORE.
WATT, SHAND & COMPANY
have opened an Immense Stock of New Ceeds ami with them etl'er the following
SPECIAL BARGAINS:
One Case Novelty Suitings 10c per yard, common price l-2c. One Case Spring Dress
Goods, 10c per yard, worth irc. One Case Itreadhcad Alpacas 2c per yard. These goods are
warranted net te shrink or curl when wet. Latest Novelties in French, English and American
Drss Uoeds, Black Silks. Colored Silks, Summer Silks aud Novelty Trimmings in Ureal Va
riety, S"Nete New Address.
S AND 1 0 EAST KING STREET.
XE W Alt VERTISE3IEXTS.
The Lewest Prices!
Orders and lnquii les by mail receive pi enu.t
attention.
J.E.Caldwell&Ce.
IMPORTERS OF
Diamonds, Sapphires, Em
eralds, Rubies, Pearls.
JEWELERS,
TUB LATK.ST DK.sIOMS 1.1
LACE PINS, SCARF PINS, FINGER RINGS
EAR-RINGS, BRACELETS, SLEEVE
BUTTONS AND LOCKETS,
In Reman Filigieeand lSiirnishcd Geld.
PHILADELPHIA,
902 CHESTNUT STREET.
aprlO-SI.UWF
NOVELTIES
SILKS
DRESS GOODS!
We have new open our Importations of New
sine irem i.yeus, including
Brocaded Satin De Lyens,
Solid Celer Satin De Lyens,
Black Satin De Lyens,
Luisins in New Colorings and Styles,
HICH BROCADES,
In Celers te match the New Dress Goods.
In Dress Goods, a Great Variety of
New Textures, such as
SHOODA CLOTHS,
IN THE NEW SHADES.
Beautiful Silk and Weel Fancies
te Match Plain Cleths, Plain
Canten Crapes in all Celers,
and a number of New Things impossible te
specify
ONE FACT
we wish te emphasize. Se tar, the advance en
our goods amounts te nothing, and a strict in
spection or our stock -will show that at all
times we are as low in prices as any, and often
lower. A elose examination of enr goods is
cordially invited.
, VVUHUHj . WW..
1412 and 1414 Chestnnt Street,
aprlC-M,W&F PHILADELPHIA.
Hup.r flflllHunV h
AM USEMEXTS
F
UI.TON Ol'KKA HOUSK.
MONDAY, TUESDAY AM) WEDNESDAY
AND WEDNESDAY 5IATINEE,
APRIL 19, 20 and 21, 1880.
Itcturn of the Famous
McGIBENY FAMILY!
This family needs no special introduction te
the people of this city. We simply desire te
call attention te the fact that owing te engage
ments ahead they can only remain their ad
vertised time.
70 MOIITS IN PHILADELPHIA ALONE.
I5UILLIANT NEW MUSIC
AND EXTUAORDINAUY OEMS
Watch ler Parad of the Famous Little
lEand.
ADMISSION, - - - 25 & 3.1 Cts.
MATINEE PRICES, - - lJiML'ts.
Ne extra charge for reserved seats. On .sale
Thursday at Yecker's Opera Heuse Otlice.
IS. S. DUICUS, llusincss Manager.
JOHN D. MISHLEK, Circuit Manager,
aprlllwdj
1871.
KKTCKNKD!
1S80.
After three years absence 'n Great Britain.IIol Britain.IIel
land,Gcnnany, Austi isi ar d a .ritzeriiiiid, where
they achieved, unparalleled success,
THE ORIGINAL AND ONLY
Frem Nashville, Tenn., will give one of their
original, unique and popular concerts at the
OPEKA HOUSE,
THURSDAY EVEXIAG, APRIL 22.
F. J. Leudin, Mabel Lewis, Gee. E. Uarrett,
Jennie. Jacksen, 1. A. Hale, Maggie Perter,
EllaShcppuril and Patti Mtilene.
PRICES
GALLEKT,;
ADMISSION
UBSEUVED SEATS...
Fer sale at Yecker's.
....5 Cts.
....CO Cts.
75 Ctt.
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WAXTElt.
WfANTKD.--.EVKISyBODY TO AIIVEK.
TT Use, free et charge, fit the Ixiixliukn
ckk, who wants something te de.
"ITJTAMKII TWO STOUT Btll'S TO
TT learn te make Herse Cel lars. Applv at
the Lewell Cellar Factory, It and 20 East
Orange street. aprl4-3td
CJO (fC AVANTKD 82,000 WANTKI)
'JtUUu en a tirst judgment or mortgage
property worth $12,000. And $1,000 en mortgage
te be first lien, en property worth ever $:j,oeo.
Apply te 1$. F. DAVIS,
alB-atd Ne. 5 Seuth Duke Street.
WANTED A FEW INTELLIGENT HOYS
te learn the Printing Business. Call in
person at the etlice of or direct letter te IN
OUIKEK P1UNTING AND PUBLISHING
COMPANY. Nes. .":;and55 North Queen Street,
Lancaster, Pa. alO-lwd
TA;S! 1CAGS! KAGS! KAGS WANTED.
LL Housekeepers take notice that we are
paying :J cents a pound for MIXED HtAGS.
Cash paid as ioen as delivered te
WM. HENNECKE,
apilKinid Ne. 25.-1 West King Street.
!iO0,UUU Five per cent, interest will be
paid by the borough et Mt. Jey ler a lean et
$.'ij.000, te refund borough debt of like amount
created in building Water Works. This lean
is free trein all taxes. Issued in amounts et
$100 and $301). Interest paid semi-annually.
Apply te B. M. GREIDEIt,
nprw-lwil llurges-s.
C03IPET1SNT PERSON IS WANTED
J. te till the position of Superintendent et"
the public schools of Lancaster city. The
Heard et Directors will meet en THURSDAY
EVENING, APRIL 22, te till tha position and
tix the salary.
By order et the Beard.
Attest : C. F. EBERM AN,
aprl0-ltilS,AV,S& M Secretary.
CLOTHING.
MOUE STUBBORN FACTS !
Astounding result of our effort in catering
for a Fastidious and Fashionable Trade. The
advance in pricesef all new designs in Woolens
seems te stimulate the demand. The run en
our novelties is far beyond our expectatieu.
OUlt SPECIALTIES IN
REED & TAYLOR'S
English Treuserings
arc Perfect Gems of Beauty and Taste, a full
line of which are Cord Stripes and Plaids, Lon Len Lon
eon Knickerbocker and cheviot Suitings, in
all the Fancy Crimson, Pearl anil Antique
Shades. The only house in this city that has n
Full Line of LONDON SMOKE, EMERALD
and LORD GRET COLORINGS, the New
Shades. A Large Line of
Scotch & English Novelties
In Bannockburn, Celtic and Garryowen Chev
iots and Suitings, in all the New and Fancy
Mottled and Plaid Mixtures. French Hair
Lilies ami Pin Stripes, Blue Checks in great
variety and handsome effect. Elegant New
Designs in
SPRING OVERCOATINGS,
Original Styles. A full line el cfieice Style
American Productiensof Standard Brands ami
exquisitely beautiful. The character et our
stock is such that it will recommend itself te
all levers of genteel and elegant dress, and our
prices are as low as can be expected, consist
ent with first-class work. We .advise all per
sons in want et Spring Suits te place their or
der at once, for some of our Exclusive and con
fined Styles when sold cannot be duplicated.
We are in constant communication -with the
leading Tailors in New Yerk, and have the Cor
rect Styles ter Spring fully defined, adapted
for Gentlemen's wear, and can guarantee full
satisfaction iu every department.
J. K. SMALING,
ARTIST TAILOR,
121 NORTH QUEEN STREET.
FiSKUniversity Juliilee Singers
TURD EDITIOI.
FRIDAY EVENING, APBH, 16, 1880.
WEATHER INDICATIONS.
Washington, April 16. Fer theMidd!e
Atlantic states cloudy rainy weather,
northerly winds, veering te westerly, sta
tionary or lower temperature and baro
meter. CONGRESS.
Proceedings in the Senate.
"Washington, April 1C It was resolv
ed that when the Senate adjourn te-day it
be te meet en Monday next, and the Senate
proceeded te consider the calendar.
Proceedings In the Heuse.
In the Heuse miscellaneous business wrs
disposed of and Senate bill removing the
political disabilities of Reger A. Pryer was
passed.
Mr. "Wilsen (W. Va.) reported a joint
resolution for the disposal of the Chinese
indemnity fund. Referred te the com
mittee of the whole.
The speaker announced the appoint
ment of Carlislc,Gibsen and Garfield as the
members en the ways and means commit
tee te take into consideration the losses of
revenue arising from the alleged evasion
of the stamp tax en cigars and ether
articles subject te excise duty.
The morning hour having been dis
pensed with, the Heuse at 1:30 went into
committee of the whole (Mr. Whitthome
in the chair) en the Indian appropriation
bill.
Nominations.
Among the nominations sent te the Sen
ate te-day were Tillte Olden, postmaster at
Parker's Landing, Pa., and Reynold T.
Hall, of Pa., assistant engineer in navy.
WELLS, FAKGO & CO.
The California Legislature Pretests Against
the Abolition efTheir Mall Service.
San Fkancisce, April 15. The Assem
bly te-day adopted a resolution that the
discontinuance of the letter service of
"Wells, Farge & Ce. would be a great do de
privation te the business interests of the
Pacific coast, and requesting the California
senators and representatives te endeavor
te prevent such discontinuance.
TO-DAVS NEWS.
Afternoon Telegrams Condensed.
A party of escaped convicts from the
"Wyoming penitentiary arc engaged in rob
bing stage coaches in the vicinity of Chey
enne. The secretary of the treasury received a
package te-day containing $1,000 aud en
dorsed "Income tax." It was placed te
the credit of the conscience fund.
BY CABLE.
Death of a Uerman Socialist.
Londen, April 10. Hcrr Bracke, the
former well-known Socialist, member of
the German Reichstag, is dead.
The ttcrlin Fishery Exhibition.
A despatch from Berlin te the Daily
Kcics says : A great international fishery
exhibition will open here next week. The
principal interest will probably be centered
in the American and Scandinavian sections.
DESTRUCTIVE FLAMES.
Planing Mill anil Sash Factory lturned.
St. Leuis, April 16. The planing mill
of Nucllc and Gatahl and the sash factory
of Geerge C. Fex, m the southern part of
this city, burned last night. Total less,
$30,0000.
CHASING THE INDIANS.
Majer McLean "Pursues Victeria's Apaches.
San Fkancisce, April 10. A despatch
from Tucson, Arizona, says Majer McLean
has overtaken the Victorian band of
Apaches and is driving them south.
WOLFE'S WARFARE.
Snbpicnas IhSiieiPin the Remaining Hrihcry
Cases.
IIakkisruke, Pa'., April 10. Subpoenas
are being served en the witnesses in the
untried legislative bribery cases. They
will be tried en the 29th, inst. C. S. "Wolfe
will probably be ene of the prosecuting
attorneys.
REST.
Death of a Famous Agitator.
Pottsville, Pa., April 10. Jehn Siney,
ex-president of the M. & L. B. association,
and a prominent labor agitator, died at his
home near St. Clair, this morning at 3
o'clock, of miner's consumption. He was
48 years old and leaves a wife but no chil
dren. DR. KENEALY DEAD.
A Prominent Acter In the Celebrated
Tichborne Case.
Londen, April 10. Dr. Edward V. H.
Kcncaly, member of the last Heuse of
Commens for Stoke-upen-Trcnt, and the
well known counsel for the claimant in the
celebrated Tichborne case, is dead, at the
age of 01.
VEATES-MARTIN.
Anether Contested Election Case Taken up
"Washington. Anril 10. Yeates-Martin
fNVirt.li flm-nlinal contested election ensn
was taken, up in the election committee of
the Heuse te-day, and Mr. Southard con
cluded his argument in behalf of the con
testant. Mr. Yeatcs's arguments for the
centcstec will be begun en Monday.
BROKE HIS NECK.
An Old Man's Fatal Falls Dwu Stairs.
Trenten, N. J., April 10. Dan'l
Dalten, aged Ce, fell down stairs At his
residence this city, last night, and broke
his neck, and died instantly.
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS.
-THE-
Without a doubt furnish the FINEST IN
STRUMENTS in the Market. Warerooms 320
North Queen street, Manufactory in the rear.
Branch Office, 15 East King Street.
Alex. McKillips, Proprietor.
Alse Agent for Lancaster County for
CHICKERING & SON'S Celebrated
PIANOS.
A Full Line et Sheet and ether Music, Small
Instruments, Violins, Banjos, Band Instru
ments, &c., always ea hand. fl.MyUS&ly w
TESTATE OF JAMES W. KIIKV, LATE
J2i of Lancaster City, deceased. Letters of ad
ministration en said estate having been grant
ed te the undersigned, all persons indebted
thereto arc requested te make immediate pay
ment, and these having claims or demands
against the same will present them without de
lay for settlement te the undersigned, or her
atterney, J. L. bteinmetz.
JULIA RHEY,
Z Administratrix.
J. L. STEisMETRAtt'y. : ni27-Stdeaw
Orpn
Hanniacterr
MARKETS.
Mew Xerk Market.
. !J?W I0". April ia.-Kleur-Stateand Western
dull and heavy ; superfine state S3 90A4 SO:
extra de 5564 73; choicedet4 80510 ; tancy
5 1536 00 ; round hoop Ohie 15 0005 73 : choice
de $3 90Q6 73; superfine western S3 8004 50;
common te geed extra de f4 S54 90 ; choice
dodo $5 OOfilT 00: choice white wheat driws
5 50; Southern quiet and heavy; common te
fair extra $5 23Q5 63; geed te choice de $3 700
Wheat heavy Spring In buyers' laver ; Win
ter lc lower; Ne. 1 White, $1 i$128K;
Ne.2 KejI. April, lit! 32133$;de Miy, lli
1 30; de June,$lSK127:
Cern heavy a Jc lower ; Mixed Western
spot 51052c ; de future 4b51c
Oats heavy and lower; State JQ50c; West
ern S)i4t9c
Beer dull and prices unchanged.
Perk tinner ; new mass $17 50.
Lard quiet and firm; steam rendered $7 V0.
Whisky dull ; Western tl W&l (W.
Spirit of turpentine dull at 44Q43c.
Philadelphia Market.
PmLADKLrHiA.Apr.lC Fleur dull and weak,
superfine $3 -23Q2 75: extra 4 354 30;
Ohie und Indiana family 95 73G 25 ; Penn'a
family $5 50gS 00; St. Leuis family 0UQ65O;
Minnesota family 2Si 0 ; patent and high
grades $G507 50.
Kye flour $4 ft!4 75.
Curnmeal Brandy wine unchanged.
Wheat dull and unsettled ; Ne. 2 Western
Red 1 30JS; Penn'a Bed 130I3l; Amber
$1 311 32. w t
Cern scarce ; steamer 53c ; yellow 54c ; mixed
Oats weak ; Ne. 1, 4CO!4Ge; Ne. 2, 45c; Ne. 3,
43c; Ne. 2 mixed 41442e.
Bye weak ; Western and Pa. SGc.
Previsions dull; mtss perk at $11 25
11 75; beet hams $17 00017 30: India mess btntt
$1050: bacon smoked shoulders 5;-;Q5e; salt
iVJ; smoked de hams 0lee; piekled
hams 3i9c. v
Lard quiet ; city kettle 7Jc ; loeo
butchers i97e; prime steam Te.
Butter steady; creamery extra at 2S3ec;
Bradford county" and New Yerk extra
2e'27e ; Western reserve extra at 13)25e ;
de geed te choice lSgiic: Kells quint;
Penn'a extra iOfliie; Western reserve extra
2123c.
Eggs active; Penn'a 12 12ic; Western 11
llJSc.
Cheese scarce : New Yerk factory lrljje;
Western lull cream 14c ; de for geMl 3g):3 ;
de halt-skims UHQVie.
Petroleum dull; ltellncd 7Kc.
Whisky at $110.
Seeds Urm; geed te prime eleverseed $r2T4j
725; de timothy $2 753 00; de flaxseed $1 se
Hteck Markets.
Philadilimha. April IU.
1230 r. v.
Stocks weak.
PennatTs (third issue) 107
Philadelphia A Erie 17
Heading 33
Pennsylvania XfK
Lehigh Valley. 51
United Ces. et N.J 100
Northern Pacific 27
" Preferred 52
Northern Central 33
Lehigh Navigation 30
Norristewii Wl
Central Transportation Ce. 40 ,
Pitts , Titusville & Bullale. V$A
Little Schuylkill.. ... 54
Nkw Ieuk. Apill 111
Stocks weak.
N. Y. Central 130
Adams Express lll
Michigan Central 'J0)
Michigan Southern 105-4
Illinois Central 1U'4
Cleveland lb Pittsburgh 111
Chicago X Iteck Island 190
Pittsburgh & Fert Wayne.. 118
Western Union Tel. Ce 104
Teledo Wabash 38
New Jersev Central 77
United States Bends and Sterling Kxchauga
(Quotations by B. K. Jamisen & Ce., S. W.
Cor. 3d and Chestnut Streets).
Philadelphia, April 10.
United States O's, 1881, (registered)..l5l05
United States 5s, 1881, (registered). .10231024
United-States 4's, 18-.ll, (registeredjlUSQIO
United States 4's, 1801, (coupons)... lOH-IlOS
United States 4's, 1007. (registered). .10l10K?s
United States Currency G's 122125
Sterling Exchange 4854ss
KIltNET ANJt LIVER CURE.
WARNER'S
SAFE
Kidney and Liver
CURE.
The greatest et Modern Medical Discoveries.
A Vegetable Preparation and the ONLY SUKB
KKMKDY in the world ter Bright' Disease.
Diabetes and all Kidney, Liver ami Urinary
Diseases. There are u large number of testi
monials of tlie highest cliaructcr in support e I
these statements. Prof. Oreen, a distinguished
allopathic physician of the Seuth, in an article
in the Medical Kecerd, gives uu account of the
cure of two cases of Chronic Bright's Disease
by this remedy, and advises all his brother
physicians te use it in practice. It. Caiilkins.
M. D., of Rochester, X. V., writes that lie would
prescribe the remedy te all afflicted with
serious Kidney and Liver Diseases. Rev. J. K.
ltankin, D. D., of Washington, D. C, tells et
permanent cures effected liy it, and says : "I
de net doubt that it has great virtue." D. W.
Bartine, M. D., D. !., of East Orange, X. J.,
certifies that it cured him of chronic Bright's
Disease in two weeks. Kev. C. A. Harvey, D.
1)., Secretary of Heward University, certifies;
"I am convinced that no remedy heretofore
used or described can be held ter one moment
in comparison with this." These are wimple
testimonials.
Twe compounds; Fer the cure et Diabetes
call for Warner's Safe Diabetes Cure. Fer cure
of Bright's and the ether disiiisc call for War
ner's Safe KIdnevaiid Liver Cure.
Warner's Sate Bitters, Safe Tonic, Sam Pills
and Safe Xervlne are also superior remedies,
unequalled in theirrespeetlvclleldserdlsca.se.
Warner's Safe Remedies are sold by drug
gists and medicine dealers generally through
out the country. Send for pamphlet and testi
monials. U. U. WARNER A CO., Rochester, N T.
1 ua-TuThASdAw
SEWING MACMtiKS.
SEWING MACHINES.
Nearly every Sewing Machlncagcnt claims
te have the simplest machine. Frem the pri
vate books of Sewing Machine makers and at
tachment dealers, we learn thu following
facts :
The American .Machine has 135 parts
" Davis " 151 "
" Demestic " ' 88
" Howe " " 244 "
New Heme " " 133 "
' Remington " " 131 "
" Singer ' " 113 "
" Weed " ." 122 "
White " " ....134 "
: Wheeler & Wilson,Ne.8,irrus!"!!!lM "
tetl7-3indSA3mw
ATTORNEYS-AT-LA W
UEXRY A. RILEY
Attorney and Counscller-at-Law
21 Park Rew. New Yerk.
Collections made in all parts of the United
States, and a general legal business transacted.
Refers by permissiea te teimaan A Heasel.
M1SCELLANEO US.
-UY THE RLATCULEV
PUMP
Fer Cisterns or Wells of any depth.
1'LAIN, IRON, J'ORCELAIN OR COl'I'hlt
LIN Ell.
Brands, XC.O.XIX. GG, G Ne. I, II. BU, II Ne. 1
Fer sale by the Hardware Trade, Country
Stores, Pump Makers, etc. See tliat the Pump
you buy It stenciled
0. G. BLAT0HLEY,
Manufacturer,';) Market sL, lhiladelphia,Piu
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TfARMERS !
Ge te Fulton Heuse for your
FERTILIZERS.
There you will And a Large Stock of Phos
phates, Pure liaw Bene. Seuth Carolina Reck
et Highest Grade, und all the Materials for
making the Star Phosphate. Can also furnish
Formula for High Grade Tobacco Fertilizer.
Don't tail te call and get prices, for all the
above named goods will be held at BOTTOM
PRICES.
J. SWIFT & BRO.,
Fulton llouse, Lancaster County, Pa.
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