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LANCASTER DAILY:?INTELIJGENCER, SATTJItBAY. AP1MM7. 1880.
wife was a daughter of the late Henry
Dietrich, of this city, by whom he had two
children, Philip D. Baker, esq., and Mrs.
W. A. Shupe, new of 3Iontgemery county.
His second wife was 3Irs. Ann Eliza
Rogers, who died a few years age, by
whom also he had two children, 3Irs. II. II.
Hei ten, and Ida M. Baker. At the time
of his death Mr. Baker was in the 03d year
of his age.
HOOK AND LADDER LADDIES.
Prospect or a Geed Time Next Meuth.
Messrs Julius Levy, Jehn K. Metzger
and Israel Carpenter, a committee of the
Empire hook and ladder company, of this
city, visited Chambcrshurg en Thursday
and Friday,v returning te Lancaster last
evening. Their business was te make ar
rangements for the visit of their company
next month, when Chambcrshurg will
have a grand fireman's parade in celebra
tion of the centenial anniversary of the
Friendship company. On that occasion
some twenty-live companies will be in line
from Hagcrstewn, Md., Frederick, Md.,
Martinsburg, Va., Ilarrisburg, Car
lisle, Heading, Lancaster and ether cities
in the state, ami altogether Chaiubcrsbnrg
will have a gala time.
The Empire boys will be the special
guests of the Heek and Ladder company
there, which is composed of many of the
most popular young gentlemen of the city.
They will step at the National hotel, which
is "exclusively" engaged for their enter
tainment. A committee of their hosts en
taiucd Messrs. Levy, Met.gcr and Carpen
ter most handsomely en this preliminary
visit. They were diivcn ever the route of
the parade, which is level ami easy, allow
ing them te draw the truck by hand, the
'machine" new being refitted and ic
p tinted for the trip. There are six liie
companies in Chambersburg, only one
dteaiii engine being required, as the eleva
tion of the icscrveir and the location of the
tjwn allows of water being thrown by
gravity te any necessary height or distance.
The Empire will leave here, sixty strong
with their apparatus and Clemens' band,
en May 12, the day befere the parade, at
11:15 a. in. and arriving in Chambcrshurg
at A p. in. In the evening they will be ban
quet led by the ladies of the town ; and in
their new and handsome uniforms our
Lancaster company will, without doubt,
be one of the most striking features of the
Te Re or Net te lie.
Census Supervisor Snewdcn writes te
the newspaper hereas.king them te publish
ever his name that appointments of census
enumerator "will be made without re
gard te party politics." At the same time
certain politicians of the bacr sei there
are boasting that he lini.st, " take instruc
tions'" from persons te whom Senators
"Wallace and Cameren have deputed the
duty of giving such instructions. Mr.
Snewdcn will 1 c in Lancaster next week
and we will all have an opportunity te see
whether his letter is a truthful one or if he
has a backbone made out.ef putty.
Lecture by JMiss Sanferd.
A large audience was present at the lec
ture en Hume, by Mis-s Sanferd, yesteiday
afternoon, in the rooms of the Yeung
Men's Christian association. The lecture
which was very inteiesting, was illustrated
by the aid of the oxy hydrogen light. The
views were excellent, and the descriptions
A)f temples and cathedrals, arches and
Mauivs, streets and ether features of in
terest of the Eternal City varied with
the spice of pleasing anecdote and thrilling
story were such as made a deep impres
sion upon her auditors. It was a profitable
and delightful hour te all who had the
geed fortune te be present.
Quarter Sessions Court.
On Monday the regular April term of
quarter sessions court will begin. There
are about 1:50 cases down en the list for
trial, 00 of which are new and which wi.l
come up before the grand jury. Among
tliccasesarcthoseefJ.il. Raymond and
Jehn U. Dennis, charged with dissuading
witnesses ; Harriet Sweeney, Jehn Camp
bell and C. A. Green, charged with practi
cing medicine without a diploma ; and
Benjamin Kichl 7 ? charged with riot
Admitted te Hall.
Bernaid Shull, of Columbia, who has
been in jail awaiting trial en two charges
of burglary, was taken before Judge Liv
ingston en a writ of habeas corpus, and en
application of his counsel, 1$. F. Davis,
:scj. , he was admitted te bail in the sum of
000 for trial at court.
forty Ileurs Devotion.
On Sunday 2.1th inst., a Forty benis de
votion will commence at St. Mary's church
Middletown, under care of Rev. Father
Feiu. of Elizabetlitjwn. Fathers Kaul,
Christ, and two or three ether priests will
Successful Shad Fishing.
Abraham, Jehn, and Isaac Ortnian, who
have a battery at Mud Island, a short dis
tance below the Columbia dam, caught
last night ever 400 shad, many of them be
ing unusually fine fish.
A I'ine Shew Coining.
This morning Salshury's famous Trou
hadeurs were hooked te appear here en
April 20th, under the management of C.
r. Hess, the epeia manager.
Handsome Uruuite Werk.
The readers of the Imtbllieexceu will net
fail te be pleased by TUiting McClure's marble
works. Ne. 25 Seuth Queen street, and inspect
ing his exhibit of handsome gray granite
monuments, &c, which are etteied at very
leasenable price, new and improved mechan
ical appliances having greatly reduced the
cost of working granite Mr. McClure has in
stock also some elegant marble work designed
by his Suecrintendent. Pearfen E. Gruger.
Whose aUlily in his line of business ii well
and favorably known. ltd&w
t. Jacob's Oil is the most popular remedy.
Isaac Watts was a Little Man.
He said jocosely te six of his tail quizzing
friends who asked hew he felt among se many
men, "that he was a sixpence among six
pennies, worth them all." SOZODONT is just
se; there may be many preparations ler the
iccin, uni it is worm inem an.
Havise seemed ever half a million of Pine
'il Cypress Shingles before the advance in
lumber, Iain prepared te sell cheap for cash.
Cypress Shingles are considered huperier te
.haved Pine Shingles.
Lumber Dealer, Wrightsville, l'a.
The Greatest Hlessing.
A simple, pure, harmless remedy, that ernes
every time, and prevents disease by keeping
the bleed pure, stomach regular, kidneys and
liver active, is the greatest blessing ever con
ferred upon man. Hep Bitters Is that remedy,
nud its proprietors are being blessed by thou
sands who have been saved and cured by It.
Will you try It? See another column.
Try Lecher's Eenewneu Cough Syrup.
Why suffer sleepless nights, with a distress
ing cough, while a quarter of adellar invested
in " Sellers' Cough Syrup" will give instant
The business revival and new era of pros
perity which is new fairly inaugurated, is in
keeping v, ith the increased health and happi
ness seen all ever the land, and Is one of tlie
results obtained from the introduction of
Warner's Safe Kidney and Liver Cure. " The
changes wrought by this remedy," says Rev.
Dr. Harvey, "seem but little less than mini
Try Lecher's Kenewned Cough Syrup.
A lite time et torture is elten endured by the
rheumatic. Their pangs may, however, be
prompt! j- relieved, and the disease eradicated,
with Dr. Themas' Eclectric Oil. Fer tale by
II. I!.- Cochran, druggist. 137 and 130 North
Queen stieet, Lancaster. Fa.
lift. Ilnowxise.a regular graduate of one el
the eldest and best medical colleges of the
United States, has for years been studying the
subject et coughs, colds, and all troubles of
that nature, and is satisfied that he has by dili
gent research in chemistry utid pharmacy
leund out the true combinations of medicine
that will the ine-t quickly and satisfactorily
cure the most acute or chronic cases. His C. &
C. Cordial is the secret, anil it is new etreetlng
cures that are really astonishing. One trial
will convince you that it will eventually be
come iiulispen-able te any family. Fer sale by
druggists. li Ice SO cents. Dr. Drowning,
Proprietor, 1117 Arch street, Philadelphia.
Try Lecher's Kenewned Cough .syrup.
.Married la-lies will llnd in " Dr. Lindsev's
lileful M-areher" jut wh.it they need. Try it.
As a Cure for .Piles
Kidney-Wert actslirst by overcoming in the
mildest manner all tendency te constipation
then, by its great tonic and invigorating prop
erties, it restore-, te health the debilitated and
weakened parts. We have hundreds of eerti
licd cures, whcrcull else have taiied. L"se 1L
and sillier no longer. al2-lwd.tif
Try Lechei's Renowned Cough Syrup.
A Cel'uii, Cei.n, Catakhii or Sere Threat
should net be neglected. " Crown's Bronchial
Troches" nre a simple remedy, and will gener
ally give immediate rcliul. Imitations are ot et
tered for sale, many of which are injurious.
The genuine " Brown,' Bronchial Treche"
are sold only in bores. ulU-TTluiS&w
Ilundieils of people throughout the New
England States who were consumptive will
testily te their b'-ing alive te-day Iren'i the use
el Spcer's Pert ("rape Wine, produced in Pas
saic. New Jersey. It is prescribed by physi
cians generally and used in hospitals for this
purpose. Weakly and debilitated females,
ceiisumptiTes, and all aged persons, Una a
great benefit by its use. Nothing is better for
overweiked or exhausted ladies. This wine
iseudnr-ed by Drs. Atlee and Darik and sold
bv 11. K. Mnymuki-r
,e lied Cough Syrup.
Keep your !. eN and kidneys in a healthy
state by the Use of Kidney-Wert.
"Oh. dear, hew lame my back is!" Of course
it is, my dear madam, you have the lumbago.
Use Dr. Themas' Eclcctrfc Oil and your pain
and its cause will cease. Fer wile" by II. 15.
Cochran, druggist, 1IS7 and 1U9 North Queen
si I eel, Lancaster, l'a.
Dr. Jilett's 1'uderseinciit or Speer's l'ert
The following, irein the celebrated Dr. Mett,
of New Yerk, speaks wonders for Mr. Speer's
etreits te iaie the Oporto Grape in New
Jersey. The Docter has spent years in Portu
gal and the wine districts of France, and
knows what he is talking abeut:
02 Madise.v Avkuce )
New Yerk. April 11. 1873. J
Mit. Alfiieii Srcui:. Dear hir : The visit
which 1 niadu last year te your Vineyards,
wine-pressfsand vaults at 1'assaic, N. J., satis
licsine thoroughly that this wines manufac
tured by j mi are pure and unadulterated, anil
the verv best that can be elleied te the public
ter medicinal uses.
Acting upon my favorable impression at the
time, 1 hae since recommended the Pert
Wine: mere particularly In my practice, ami
am satisfied with marked beuelit te my pa
tients. There can be no better proof te the doubting
mind, as te the Wine being lnadf of the linc.st
operto Grape, than a visit te the acres of land
covered with the vine bearing the luxuriant
lrnit. Wishing you success in your praise
l" remain respectfully veurs.
ALKX"H. MOTT, M. I).,
lrel. of Sunrerv, IJellevue Hospital Medical
College. .c. ,Ve.
This wine i-s endorsed by Drs. Atlee and
Davis, anil sold bv 11. K. hlavmaker.
Ilrewu's Household 1'umicca
Is the most ell'eetive Pain Destroyer in the
world. Will most surely quicken the bleed
whether taken internally or applied externally
and thereby mere certainly RELIEVE PAIN,
whether chronic or acute, than any ether pain
alleviator, and it is warranted deubl the
strength of any similar preparation.
It cures pain in the Side, Hack or 15ewcl,
Sere Threat, llheumatism, Toothache and ALL
ACHES, and is the GUEAT UELIEVER'OF
PAIN. "UUOWN'S HOUSEHOLD PANA
CEA " should be in every family. A teaspoon teaspeon teaspoen
lulofthe Panacea in a tumbler et het water
(sweetened, if preferred), taken at bedtime,
uill 15UEAK UP A COLD. 25 cents a bottle.
Fer sale at II. 1!. Cochran & Ce's Drugstore
North Queen street. Lancaster.
Undoubtedly with children, attributed te ether
cause-, is occasioned by Worms. ISKOWN'S
VERMIFUGE COMFITS, or Werm Lozenges,
although effectual in destroying worms, can
de no pesible injury te the most delicate child
this valuable combination has been success
fully used by physicians, and found te be ab
solutely sure in eradicating worms. Txventy-H'-r.
cent n box. ManlS-lvd&wTiiTh&S
, it B
lil'-LEGATLS XO STATU CON VliNTION.
Thirteenth Senatorial District.
CIIAS. J. KHOADS.
R. II. liRUIiAKER,
DR. II. E. RAU15,
II. S. KERNS.
Fourteenth Senatorial District.
M. V. 15. WEIDLER,
WM. B. GIVEN.
DKMOCKATIC COUNTY T1CK.KT.
roil DISTRICT ATTORRBT.
11. F. MONTGOMERY.
HEXATOR (13th DISTRICT )
J. II. DOUGLASS.
(assemrly (2(1 DISTRICT.)
S. C. STEVENSON,
S. P. SHIRK.
(ASSEMBLY (3d DISTRICT.)
It. DAVIS YUNDT,
JACOR M. HAENLEN.
FOR l'RISOH INSrECTORS.
I5ARTON M. WINTBRS,
FOR TOOR DIRECTOR.
It EAT US.
Giiekf. On the 15th inst.. Themas Heyt, son
of Adam G. and Anna Greff, aged one year and
The relatives and friends of the family are
respectfully invited te attend the funeral lrem
the residence of his parents. Willow Street
turnpike, Sunday alternoen at 1 o'clock.
Tiiewitz. In this city, en the ICth lust.. Flera
May, daughter of Daniel and Kate E. Trcwitz,
in the et h year of her age.
The relatives and friends of the family are
respectfully invited te attend the funeral from
the residence of her grandfather, Daniel Tre
witz, Ne. 139 Concord alley, Sunday afternoon
at 3 o'clock. 2td
Schep.t. In this city, en the 16th inst., Mary
May. daughter of Henry and Elizabeth Ichort, Ichert,
aged 5 months and 10 days.
The relatives and friends of the family are
respectfully Invited te attend the funeral lrem
uiu naiuvuvcui nurpurcuitf, corner 01 vinris-
LATEST STYLES FOR EVERY
NOTE Immense Stock of
GIVLEK, BOWEKS & HTJBST,
25 East King Street, Lancaster, Pa.
tian and Frederick streets, Sunday afternoon
at 3 o'clock. Interment at Zion's cemetery.
Baker. April 17. 1S&), in this city, Philips.
Baker, in the i5d year of his age.
Funeral from ills late residence, 512 West
Orange street, en Tuesday afternoon at 2
o'clock. The relatives and friends ; also Mon Men
teray Ledge, Ne. 212, I. O. O. F., are respect
fully invited te attend. 2td
"A rOXEY TO LOAN.
XIX On First Mortgage insnms te suit.
JOHN II. METZLER,
Ne. a Seuth Duke Streei.
IL Four Acres of land with::otensot Manure.
Apply at -13 West Orange street. ltd
KAXO Ol'KN AIK PARTY TO K HEM)
T at Scheenbeiv'er's Park, this (SAT'UK-
DAT) evening. Dancing will commence at S
o'clock. Hippie's Orchestra. Admission free,
ltd ADAM SNYDEIS, Proprietor.
"ONJJY TO LOAN ON MUST MORT
J5ACSMAN & UUUNS'S
Insurance and Ileal Estate Otliee,
aprfi-tfdK Ne. 10 West Orange Street.
j As certain grocers and dealers are refill
ing our Heur sacks with interior grades, we
hereby caution censiimers of our dour against
this lraud practiced upon them,
ltd LEVAN & SONS.
1 Ne. :t4 Seuth Duke street. One-fourth of
purchase money cash, l.alance en mortgage
ier a term of years. Immediate possession
given. ; JOHN II. METZLEK,
ltd Ne. a Seuth Duke Street.
On SATURDAY EVENING NEXT, the
25th inst., at the Leepard hotel. East King
street, the Heuse and Let, Ne. 207 Neith Lime
streei. new occupied by Win. Kirkpatrick.
$500 of the purchase money may remain charg
Outcry at 7Ji o'clock, shnrp. and the sale ab
solute! for the owner.
Al7-7td IIEXP.Y SHUIJEIIT.
ENGINES AM) MACHINERY
Of nil Kinds, repaired at Short Netice.
IEON AND BRASS
CASTINGS ii PATTERNS,
MADE TO ORDER.
Of all Size. All Kinds or
15KAS3 AND IRON VALVES
AND REER SPIGOTS REPAIRED.
CSf Foundry and Machine Shep rear of W
D. Spreclier A Sen's Seed Stere, Grunt and
JOS. H. HUBER.
PROPOSALS AVrLL HE RECEIVED AT
the Mayer' Ollicc up te MONDAT EVEN
ING, APRIL l'J. ISse, at 8 p. m , ter lurnlsliing
the City of Lancaster with as many Plug
Cases as may be required up te July 15. 1SSU
The bids mint state hew much per pound com
plete; the cases te be 10 te 11 inches in diame
ter at tp, net less than 4 leet long, regular
taper, and net te weigh ever liirt pounds.
PROPOSALS will be received at the same
tlni'j and place for digging out and tilling in
400 leet. mere or less, of water trench en Dor Der
wart street, south lrem West King. Trenches
are te be four feet deep and two feet wide.
Rids te state hew much for earth and hew
much ter rock per cubic yard. Werk te be
done under the direction ami subject te the
measurement et the Superintendent of the
Water Works, and at the time he may direct.
Keml in $50 required with bid.
PROPOSALS will be received at the same
time and place te THURSDAY, A PR1L i-.', Isse,
at 8 p. in., for as much geed American Lead as
the city may require up te July 15. 1SS0.
JNO. T. MacGONIGEE,
PU1IL1C SALE Ol' VALUABLE HEAL
The undersigned, a committee of the Ameri
can Mechanics' Kuilding Association, of Lan
caster, will eiler the following described prop
erties nt public sale, at the Franklin Heuse, en
WEDNESDAY, APRIL?!, lsSO:
A let or piece of ground, situated en the Lan
caster pike, in the borough of Columbia, and
fronting, 30 leet, mere or less,en the Lanc.ister
pike, and extending in depth 107 feet, mere or
less, te Barber street, en which is erectsd a
double two-story Frame Dwelling, with kitchen
attached.cistern, fruit trees and ether improve
ment thereon. Rounded en the east by prop
erty et Samuel Greenawalt, en the south by
Barber street, en the wet by property of Win.
Hepps, and en the north by the Lancaster
pike. Formerly the piepcrty of Patrick Mc
A let of ground situate en the east side of
Frent street, between Perry and Mill streets,
in the borough of Columbia, bounded en the
north by an alley, en the cast by the Reading
and Columbia railroad, and en the south by
property beleiiKinir te the estate of Jeremiah
Brown, deceased, and en the west by Frent
street, containing in lrent42tcct. and in depth
175 feet, mere or less. Improvements thereon
are a two-story Frame Heuse, outbuildings,
hydrant, fruit trees, &c. The premises are new
In the possession of Lydia S. Brown, tenant at
Persons wishing te view the premises will
call upon Win. II. Given, esq., i04 Locust
street, Columbia, Pa.
Sale te commence at 3 o'clock p. m., when at
tendance will be given and terms made known.
E. J. ERISMAV.
IIexky Shcbket, Auct,, Committee.
THE ARTIST TAILOR.
Anether Large Inyeice of
REED & TAYLOR'S
t lie Choicest Line ever displayed in this city.
All tin: Lutct Novelties in Suiting-, and TrenY-ering-.
LORD GREY AND
The rapid sale is the best evidence of their
Several FirstrCiass Pantaleon Hands wanted
J. K. SMALING,
121 NORTH QUEEN STREET.
OPENING TO-DAY FROM THE
Carpets in Latest Stjles.
CHEAP AND GOOD WATCHES.
We have just secured a large let of the lower priced American
"Watches of Walthani and Elgin 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.
SPRING DRESS GOODS!
SPRING DRESS GOODS!
Etidies, we are offering New and Desirable Effects in
Dress materials for Spring Wear.
W are new showing Silk nud Weel Noreltics, Colored Silks, Satins and Summer Silks.
MW firRING LAWNS,
NEW SPRING PERCALES,
NEW SPRINU GINGHAMS,
NEW SPRING HOSIERY,
NEW SPRING GLOVES.
RIBBONS, CORSETS, UNDERWEAR, &c.
We cull Spciiul Attention te our Lmge Stock or CARPETS and PAPER HANGINGS.
J. B. MARTIN & CO.
1 ) I
On tap this Afternoon and Evening.
ciunatl neck ileer.
ltd Ne. 125 North Queen Stieet.
GKAND SAUEK KRAUT LUNCH
This (Saturday) Evening at the Washing
ton Heuse, North Quen Street. Best Beer in
town en lap. CAPT. J. A. SCHUH,
170 IS A NEW HAT.
1 Call at the NEW HAT STORE, Ne. 30
EAST KISG STREET. I.arge assortment.
Latest styles. Lewest prices,
ltd SWARTZ & CO.
IIERR ,t STAUFFER, Solicitors el Pntents,
successor:) te Jacob Stautrer, deceased. Having
been in the above business ler some lime un
der the instructions et Jacob Stautrer, dee'd,
and baring access te his Reports and Docu
ments relating te the Patent Ollice, we are
iirepared te prosecute all claims relative te
setters Patent with promptness and accuracy.
OFFICE : 3 NORTH DUKE STREET.
Opened this day Lets of
Next Doer te the Court Heuse.
GOLD AND SILVER GASES,
KEY AND STEM-WINDING,
Jeweler, 20 East King Street,
Step making a drug stere of your stomach.
Step putting bitters, pills, liver inviiroruters,
bleed purifiers, calomel, blue pill, quinine,
morphine, and all ether drugs and quack med
icines into your stomach, they kill instead et
curing the body. This is my advice, after
acting the physician for 31 years. If you'll ex
amine the histories el nearly all medicine
venders ler the last 50 years, you will find the
venders of these worthless compounds have
all died prematurely. Where is Schenck,
Swayne (father and son). Brandreth, Ayer.-,
Wishart, Jayue, liebinsac. Mishlcr? All dead
and buried us should be all such preparations.
Fer 31 years I am curing all kinds et diseases
when ethers fail, and I place my medicines
(net poisons) en the outside of the body. Te
the sick who hare tried one or twenty doctors,
without ay advantage, I would beg them te
call and learn from scores of such persons
cured in a few days or weeks, at an expense of
lrem $2 te $0. 10-Page Pamphlet tree, full of
cures. Over 100 astonishing cures ie two
months. Jehn Geedman, rheumatism 19 years;
Rev. J. Hunter, blind left eye fer 16 years,
sight restered: Wilsen Hamilton, consump
tion 10 years; Christian Rooty, paralysis,
brought te office in 11 carriage, can new walk
any where ; B. S. Kauffman, led In blind, can
new see quite weir-; Chas. li. Leenard, catarrh
and sere threat for years ; Lewis Paulick, 11 ts
for 20 years, cured In a week : H. McGurk, dys
pepsia 10 years; D. N. Hughes, consumption
and dyspepsia, gained 22 pounds. Catarrh
cured for 90 cent.
DB. C. A. GREENE,
SM North Queen Street.
ATX,' II' AH VUUTISEMEXTS.
THE LATEST STYLE NECKTIE. AT
OEWLN MACHINE NEEDLES,
Fer any Machine, at
E. J. ERISMAN'S,
5C KOIITII JUEISN STKEET.
Ne. 15 EAST KING STREET.
HIGH & MARTIN,
Ne. 15 EAST KING STRKKT.
H. S. SHIRK'S
202 WEST KING STREET,
Has the Largest and Cheapest Stock of all
kinds of CARPETS in Lancaster. Over
100 Pieces of Brussels
en hand, as low as 81.00 and upward.
Carpets made te order at short notice. Will
nlse pay 10 cents ter Extra Carpet Rags.
S-Give us a trial.
202 WEST KING STREET.
AM VSISMJZNTS "
fULTON Ol'EKA HOUSE.
MONDAY, TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY
AND WEDNESDAY JTATINEE,
APRIL, 19, 20 and 21, 1880.
Return or the Famous
This family needs nespecial introduction te
the people of this pity. We simply desire te
call attention te the fact thatewing te engage
ments ahead they can only remain their ad
70 NIGHTS IN PHILADELPHIA ALONE.
BRILLIANT NEW MUSIC
AND EXTRAORDINARY GEMS
Watch ler Tarade of the Famous Little
ADMISSION, - - - 25 & 35 Ct.
MATINEE PRICES, - - 15 & 25 Cts.
Ne extra charge for reserved seats. On sale
Thursday at Yecker's Opera Heuse Office.
B. S. DRIGGS, Business Manager.
JOHN D. MISHLER, Circuit Manager,
After three years absence nGreatBrltaln,Hel"
land, Germany, Austria an dSwitzerlum), where
they achieved unparalleleu success,
THE ORIGINAL AND ONLY
Frem Nashville, Tenn., will give one of their
original, unique and popular concerts at the
THURSDAY EVENING, APRIL 22.
V. J. Lnndln, Mabel Lewis, Gee. E. Barrett,
Jennie Jacksen, R. A. Hale, Maggie Perter,
Ella Sheppard and Putti Malone.
GALLERY,; 30 Ctr.
ADMISSION, SO Ctr.
RMSERVED SEATS, 75 CU.
Fer sale at Yecker's. aprl8-6td
SATURDAY EVENING, APRIL 17, 1880.
Washington, April 17. Fer the lower
lake region and the Middle states, north
west te southwest winds, rising barometer,
cooler, clear or clearing weather, possibly
preceded in Xerthern New Yerk by rain.
Terrific Disaster at San Francisce.
San Francisce, April 16. The Giant
rewtlcr works ia the district of Birkelcy,
across the bay, exploded this afternoon,
killing twelve white men, and twelve or
fifteen Chinamen. This is the third explo
sion this company has sustained, all at
tended with less of life. The explosion
occurred in the picking room, and all the
men at work thcre were killed. There was
about six thousand pounds of powder in
the room. All the victims were blown te
atoms a large portion of the skull of a
Chinaman was found with the queue at
attached. There were six houses inside
the works and they were all blown te
pieces, hut the workmen in them escaped,
with the exception of one man in the mag
azine, of whom no trace has been found.
Outside of the works are six houses, in
cluding the beating house of the hands,
all of which were mere or less
damaged, but are still standing.
The explosion is supposed te he
the result of carelessness. The work
men arc hired by the piece and directed te
use wooden mallets in picking cartridges,
hut they found they could work faster and
make mere money by using iron hammers,
a dangerous practice. It is supposed that
some man struck his cartridge ence tee
often and it went oil", igniting the powder
before him, which communicated with the
above terrible result.
A CeinisHluu te Kevise It.
IIakiusiiukg, Pa., April 17. A com
mittee consisting of the governor, auditor
general, attorney general, state treasurer,
three senators and live representatives was
appointed by the Legislature te prepare a
new general revenue bill. This committee
will meet in the executive chamber en
Tuesday, May 18th, and hear any and all
persons familiar with the subject or who
have any suggestions te make.
THE HOME U17LKKS.
Preparing te Proclaim n Piiliey.
Londen, April 17. At the .suggestion
of the home rulers of Limerick city a
movement is afoot for summoning a na
tional representative conference, similar te
that held in 187!, for the purpose of defin
ing the policy of the Irish parliamentary
party in accordance with the feeling of all
sections of the national and home rule
party in Ireland.
A Itet Made by an Italian.
Paris, April 17. 3L Vignaux, who
defeated Mr. Slossen in the recent inter
national billiard match in this city has
has gained 10,000 francs in addition te the
stakes played for, as Signer Gcrnuschi,
the well-known Italian, handed him that
amount as the proceeds of a bet en the
game which the signer made with Mr.
The SuflVrer Tuweil Inte Pert.
Stoninuten, Conn., April 17. A collis
ion occurred en the Sound last night be
tween the steamer Rhede Island, of the
Providence line, and an unknown schooner.
The steamer Xarragansett arrived here this
morning with the passengers of the disabled
steamer which she had towed into Hunting
don harbor. The damage done te the Rhede
Island was slight.
Tlie Heuse in Committee of the Vr'liele.
Washington, D. C, April 17. In the
Heuse the morning hour was dispensed
with and at 12:30 the Heuse went into
committee of the whole en the Indian ap
propriation bill, the pending question be
ing the point of order raised by Mr. Has
kell against Mr. Hoeker's amendment for
the transfer of the Indian bureau from the
interior te the war department.
A Sad Anticipation.
Londen, April 17. Notwithstanding
the hopeful suggestion 'published that the
training ship Atlanta may have been
driven out of her ceurse'and thus delayed,
the general opinion among the mercantile
mariners is that the vessel has foundered.
The Magyars Coming Over.
Londen, April 17. The Londen corres
pondent of the Edinburgh Scotsman says
that in consequence of the distress in
Hungary five thousand Magyars have
quitted the country for America during
the past winter.
Uneasy Lies Hi Head.
Paris, April 17. The Lantcrne pub
lishes a telegram from St. Petersburg
which states that poison was recently
discovered in a dish en the Czar's dinner
table, but no credence is given te the story
A Temperance Lecture.
Jehn Minihan, a resident of Renovo,
was run ever by a train at the west end of
Renovo yard, and both his legs will have te
be amputated. It is net expected that he
will survive the operation. He was intoxi
152 North Queen Street,
PHiLADKLPHiA.Apr. 17. Fleur dull and weak
superfine $3 353 73; extra 4 25fi5 00;
Ohie and Indiana family $5 75G a Penn'a
family $5 50C 00; St. Leuis family 16 003620:
Minnesota family 23S ; patent and high
grades 16 507 30.
Itye flour dull at W 37.
Cornmeal Brandy wine unchanged.
Wheat dull and unsettled; Ne. 2 Western
Bed $1 30; Penn'a Red II 30; Amber I 31.
wimurm: sieamcra-.KS.wc: yellow HiiHKc:
Oats dull and weak ;
Ne. 1, 46c; Ne. 2, UQ
43c; Ne. 3.
43c: Ne. 2 mixed 41Vil'2e.
11 . 'rtf ... ... -'-
New Yerk Market.
New Yerk. April 17.-Fleur-Stateand Western
in buyers' favor : superfine state $3 SO04 50;
extra de $4 50Q4 73 ; choice de $4 S0ffl5 10 ; tuuey
$3153600: round hoop Ohie $3ue.i75: cheieu
de $5 506 50; superfine western S3 804 50 ;
common te geed extra de $4 5094 W; chelci
dodo$5 0e7 00; choice white wheat de4S3iJ
5 33; Southern quiet and heavy ; common te
fair extra $3 2535 63; geed te choice de $5 70S
Wheat unsettled and feverish ; Spring nom
inally lower; Winter llc lower! Ne.l, White
April, $l'Jii: Ne. 2 Red, April,! 30Q131; de
-uay i .i(f i : tie J une si 'iiei .
Cern dull ; Western Mixed, spot, 51232c; de
Oats a shade lower and dull; Ne. 2. April,
40Je ; State 4150c ; Western 4048e.
liecf dull nud prices unchanged.
Perk tinner ; new me.-.. $1730.
Lard quiet and linn; steam rendured $7U).
Whisky dull ; Western lesI va.
Spirit of turpentine dull at 41ja) 43c.
Nkw I ewe A pi II 17.
JlOIlCj . w
N. Y. Central 13I"
Attains Express Ill
Michigan Central ei-fcf
Michigan Southern lOBJi
Illinois Central 1U3?2
Cleveland & Pittsburgh.. ..11P4
uiucage x KOCKisiuuu vs-v'.
Pittsburgh & Fert Wayne.. 118
Western Union Tel. Ce 103-
Teledo & Wabash 41
New Jersey Control S
Philadelphia. April 17.
1230 f. x.
Peiina6's (third issue) U)Z
Philadelphia & Erie 1617
Reading ... j
Lehigh Valley. 52JJ
United Ces. of N. J 15'J2
Northern Pacific 28
" Preferred 52)$
Northern Central 32,
Lehigh Navigation ?'yA
Central Transportation Ce. 49
Pitts , Titnsville & liuttale. 10
Little Schuylkill 54
United States Bends and Sterling Exchange
(Quotations by It. K. Jamisen Jb Ce., S. W.
Cor. 3d and Chestnut Streets).
riHLADKM-IIIA, April 17.
United States (Ts, 1881, (registered). .lu4103J$;
United StulesS's, 1881, (registered). .1024f$!02
United States 4'4's, 1801, (regisleifdJinslOS-K
United States 4's. 1W1, (coupons)... lOSJlOS-
United Suites 4's, 1907. (registered). .miy,
United States Currency 6's 12212-
Sterling Exchange 483i:i&8
LANCASTEK HOUSEHOLD MAICKET.
tiultei i fb. ..... 1
Cup cheese, 2 cups
Dutch cheese ft lump
Cottage cheese, 2 pieces.
Chickens $? pair
Ducks $1 pair
Turkeys -jl lb dressed
Geese 1 piece ,
Lass n at............ ...........
Catfish fl tb
Oysters ft 10O ;.....
Will' tVv. 1?7 ,
7 UII V!
Wheat fl bus
Cern fl bus
Oats $ bus
Cleverseed W bus
' S) p,
Timethy Seeed fl bus .'.
Chestnuts i qt
Shelburks $ qt
Apples THK pk
Itananas $T piece
Cherries, dried. 1 qt
Currants, dried, 3? li,
Dried Apples ? qt
" Peaches fl qt
Lemens 1 dei
Oranges ft dez
Beets fl bunch
Cabbage ft head
Carrots -p bunch
Green beans f? J peck
" peas Via peck
Horseradish 1 piece
Lima beans $ qt
Onions f? pk
Potatoes $ 4 pk
uamsiics ) milieu &u
. , M . ,-
Soup Beans 1ft qt...
-KllBlljr fl UUIICll
M ISCKLLAX EOLS.
Apple Butter '$ qt
Cider Jl gallon
A-re" "P m 1
soap f? lb. ............... ..........
Sauerkraut ! qt
Keast(riu) V v
" " (chuck) II B 10i12e
Bernee. f a, luic
" Dried,? ft iStatste
Ham 31 ft 12i&20c
Lamb ? ft 12ig20c
Lard ?? ft liy'M:
Mutten 1 ft 12ICc
Perk 3! ft 010c
Pudding ft 8c
Sausage $ ft 8ifgl0c
Sides and Bacen ?l ft SjlOc
Shoulders -jl ft 7c
Veal $1 ft lOtiilGc
WANTEO. EVERYBODY TO AUVKK
tise, free of charge. In the Ixtellioks Ixtellieks
ceie, who wants something te de.
ANTED A FEWTAKLE HOARDERS.
Apply at 110 NORTH QUEEN STREET.
llT A N T EH TWO hTOUT HOYS T
TV learn te make Herse Cellars. Applv at
the Lewell Cellar
and 20 East
WANTEO TWO VOUNG LADIES OF
geed address, te go te Philadelphia.
Must be intelligent and refined. Pays lrem $3
te $G per day. Reference required.
R. II. RANDOLPH.
al7-3td 126 North Duke Street.
0 f(f WANTED. S2.00O ATANTED '
OOjUUU en n. llrst judgment or mortgage
property worth $12,000. Anil $1,000 en mortgage
te be first lien, en property worth overmeoo.
Apply te B. F. DAVIS,
al6-2td Ne. 5 Seuth Duke Street.
WANTED A FEW INTELLIGENT HOYS
te learn the Printing Business. Call in
person at the office of or direct letter te IN
QUIRER PRINTING AND PUBLISHING
COMPANY. Nes. 51 und55 North Queen Street,
Lancaster, Pa. ulC-lwd
RAGS! RAGS! RAGS! RAGS WANTED.
Housekeepers take notice that we arc
paying 3 cents a pound for MIXED BAGS.
Cash paid as een as dcllvered'te
apr0-3md Ne. 235 West King Street.
A COMPETENT PERSON IS WANTED
te fill the position of Superintendent of
the public schools of Lancaster city. The
Beard el Directors will meet en THURSDAY
EVENING, APRIL 22, te fill the position and
fix the salary.
By order of the Beard.
Attest : C. F. EBERM AX,
AE. McfANN, AUCTIONEER OF REAL
. Estate and Personal Property. Orders
left at Ne. 35 Charlette street, or at the Black
Herse Hetel, 44 and 48 North Queen street, wUl
receive, prompt attention. Bills made out and.
Jiye n cuit. ; esicru aim ru. &.
Previsions dull; mess perk at 111 25
11 73: beet hums $17 00017 CO ; India mess heel
$10 50: bacon smoked shoulders 3;654c; salt
44: spiekcd de hams 10)$c ;. pickled
Lard dull ; city kettle "KQc; loeso
butchers 6Ji7c; prime steam 7J..c.
Uutter steady; creamery extia at 2730c;
Urudferd county and New Yerk extra
23J27c ; Western reserve extra at S3g25c ;
de geed te choice lSg22c; Rolls quiet:
Penn'a extra 20g22c; Western reserve extra
Eggs quiet; Penn'a 12c; Western lie.
Cheese scarce : New Yerk factory 15j$15!4c ;
Western lull cream 14c ; de for geed lSQM'i ;
de halt-skims lltySWc.
Petroleum dull; ReUned 7Kc.
Whisky utjl 10.
Seeds 1i mi; geed te prime eleversecd $6."0j$
723; de thuethr $3 00310; de flaxseed $1 SO