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LANCASTER DAILY IOTHJJGENCER, MONDAY, APRIL 19. 1880.
On Friday night at Middlctewn, Dau
phin county, was organized the first Den
Cameren Grant club of the campaign.
" Bern thralls."
After nearly six weeks duration the
strike of the puddlers at the E. & G.
Breeke iron works, Birdsboro', has ended
in a failure, and the men have agreed that
they would resume work te-morrow at th
terms ellered by the firm, namely, $5 per
ten for puddling.
Ex-Shei iiT Evan Mislilcr, a candidate for
Congress and a well-known Democratic
peliticaii in the state, also proprietor of the
Mishlcr house, Beading, is very ill an
nei expected te live. It is thought that
his malady will necessitate sending him te
the asylum at Harrisburg.
The strike of the Beading hardware com
pany meulders is still kept up, the men
seeming determined te stand out for the
increase, while the hardware company are
as linn in their refusal te grant it. Xe
offer of Compromise has yet been made by
either side ; financial aid is being steadily
received from the Philadelphia meulders,
five hundred dollars having been received
en Saturday, which is used te replenish
the stock of previsions, &c, at the store
which has been opened by the strikers.
The wedding of Miss Mary, only daugh
ter of Jeseph L. Pennock, of the firm of
C. E.Penneck & Ce., and Heward L. Mon Men
denhall, of Baltimore, son of Colonel W.
IJ. Mcndciiliall, of Phila., took place at
the home of the bride, Ceatcsvillc, en
Thursday evening. Over two hundred
guests from New Yerk, Philadelphia, Bal Bal
tiiner, Cincinnati, Harrisburg and Lancas
ter were present. The ceremony was per
formed by the Be v. CJ. M. Mcndciiliall,
brother of the groom.
It is proj)esed te construct a railroad
from a jieint en the Hanover Junction,
Harrisburg and Gettysburg railroad, or
the Berlin Branch read, te a point en the
Harrisburg and Potomac railroad, in or
near Yerk Springs. It will practically be
an extension of the Hanover and Baltimore
read in the direction of Harrisburg, te se
cure a through line from the latter place te
Baltimore independent of the Northern
Central. Its backers also desire a connec
tion eastward with the Beading railroad
by bridging the Susquehanna.
Majer S. G. Willauer banker and broker '
of West Chester, resident of Honcybreok,
has made a worse failure thnn was first sus
pected. The liabilities ascertained amount
te $123,000, and include debts of all de
Kcriptiens, many of them being te persons
who had deposited money with him i
working people, servant girls, seam
stresses, etc. Majer Willauer was the
treasurer of the Episcopal church,. and had
in Ids hands as such about $1,000 of a
building fund, contributed by two ladies
one by bequest a year or two age for the
improvement of the church. . lie had also
$3,000 belonging te the Baptist church of
West Vincent, and there are numerous
cases of persons who had accumulated
small sums by careful saving from their
wages and new see them swept into bank
ruptcy. Skipped His Kail.
It was recently noticed in these columns
that J. Lewis Bobinsen, a well-to-de young
fanner of Honcybreok, Chester county, of
geed social standing, had been exposed and
arrested as the head of a gang of robbers
who have been plundering the farmers of
that section. lie was admitted te bail in
the nelab'y small amount of $1,000 en one
of many charges, and, as might have been
expected, he has jumped his bail and is a
fugitive from justice.
A man named Cyrus Davis who is in the
West Chester jail, for complicity in Bobin Bebin
son's crimes, en evidence given by Bobin Bebin Bobin
eon, says he was born in Salisbury twp.,
this county. He tied ires his innocence and
can't see why Bobinsen should implicate
him. Davis says : " The only thing I ever
lid te him was during the first campaigu
of Hartranft when I was ever with a com
pany at New Helland, and he get drunk
and was going te pull seme pales off of a
fence and T stepped him, but I de net
think he would bear me any grudge for
that. The fact is I never spoke a dozen
words with him in my life."
Washington Borough Items.
Over 500 carriages and 800 persons at
tended Bcrnhard Mann's funeral. He
leaves a widow and seven married children
te mourn his less.
Shad are new being caught, but the run
is net se great. Net ever 1,000 have been
caught, and thus far they arc of geed size
and f-elling at geed prices, $.50 te $'32 per
The river is swelling some little, but is
net high enough te impede the shad fish
ing. 'Squire S. B. Urban and family have
moved te his island opposite the town.
Benjamin Gehr, of Indiana, is here en a
vist. lie was formerly from this place
and a Ne. 1 pilot en the river. He has made
some trips en the last flood.
Loek out Ter Thciu.
The Chad's Ferd farmers' club of Ches
ter county, knowing of sales of cattle im
ported from Hartferd and Cecil counties in
Marylan 1, where the disease of pleuro pleure pleuro
pneueonia is very prevalent, and that
these cattle have been sold at Chad's Ferd,
first in small lets of ten or fifteen head,
and new forty head are te be sold, cau
tions farmers against purchasing such
stock. Yerk, Lancaster and Chester coun
ties adjoin Hartferd and Cecil, and thus
this disease may rapidly be spread te our
"Sime" Huberts' Case.
On Saturday evening "Sime" Roberts,
colored, who was in the muss at Keehler's
Lien brewery, en Middle street, en Wed
nesday evening, had a hearing en two
charges of felonious assault and battery
preferred by Cenrad Kechler and Charles
Vogt. Be was committed in default of
bail te answer at court.
LUtins Toe Much.
On Saturday evening last, between 0 and
7 o'clock, Henry Hatz, residing en St St
Jeseph street, while helping te lift a heavy
shaft at Ne. 1 cotton mill, which is new
undergoing repairs, was seriously injured
across the back and kidneys. Dr. Carpen
ter attended his injuries.
The IHack Maria."
This carriage, which is used for hauling
the prisoners from the court house te the
prison, has been repainted since the last
court, and it is ten times blacker than
ever. It leeks very neat, and the fellows
who are obliged te ride in it can feel
.proud of it.
A Supposed Case of Suicide.
Samuel Shertz, a single man, about 50
years of age, who resided in Paradise,
where he owned a little property,
has been missing from home since
Thursday and it is believed that he
drowned liimself in Mill creek. He was at
the store in Gordenvillo en Thursday, at
which time he purchased a pair of shoes
and asked for a cellar that would fit him
tightly. He also asked where the place
was where Charles Bakestraw drowned
liimself several years age.
A later report says that the body of
Shertz has been found in Mill creek.
Furnace Wagons " l"Ir.
While two Mount Hepe teams were re
turning from Mount Vernen furnace laden
with straw, several men being seated en
one of the wajrens, when near Masterson-
ville one of the men, after lighting his
piirc, dropped the burning match in the
straw. The result was a big blaze, and
although the men-did all in their power
they could net extinguish the lire, and the
straw was consequently burned and the
greater part of the wagon and some dozen
panels of fence destroyed.
rickcriti Vnllcy Cases.
Upen the trial list for third week, court
of common pleas of Chester county, be
ginning .Monday 24th, there are fifteen
cases te be tried against the Philadelphia
and Beading railroad company, brought
by persons who were injured in the terri
rible accident en the Pickering Valley rail
road en the evening of October 4, 1877.
Stealing Ireui the City.
On Friday night some one stele two
pigs or lead belonging te the city fem the
tool house at the reservoirs. It was hauled
awav in a wagon.
Mayer 'b Court.
This morning the mayor sent two drunks
t jail for 0 days, one for 3 days and let
two go en payment of costs.
Ilixh Scheel Chorus.
Tim hi'li htlioel chorus, numbering IfO
pupils, under the direction of l'ref. Mutz, will
f;i ve a musical entertainment in the stutly hall
or t lie girl.-.' high xi-hoel at S o'clock te-morrow
evening. The public generally, but especially
the directors and parent of the pupils, arc
cordially invited te be present.
.1. V. Kckert will preach en next
vr . pril2l, in the Springville
.r UirvinM fcterr, l'aradisc
On Sunday morning In Mount
school 1: '
Kde.i church. Kden township, and in the after
noon, at '2.'. o'clock, at Omirrvvillc.
Dein Pedre's Kailread.
The baric Amy A. Lane is new leading in
this city for Kin. An important part el her
cargo is a let of lerty large railroad scales,
built by the llewe ycale company for the Dein
l'cdre railroad el Krazil. This line is one of
the limit important in Ilrazil, running Irem
Kie out into the heart el the agricultural
region, ami enjoys the special patronage and
care of thu Kmptrer, in whose honor it is
named. The selection el the Howe Scales for
use en this read is a cempliuieni te be appreci
ated, and shows a preference ler them in that
country overall e! hers. X. Y. Evening Pest.
gric McCibcnyx Te-niiM. This evening this
marvelous family el musicians will appear in
the opera heuc. Since they were here before
they hare appeared in many of the principal
cities of the country te 'arge and enthusiastic
audiences. Their pregramme this evening
will he new and varied.
. K-viusat once two dozen St. Jacob's Oil:
it i in lively demand. It cured a prominent
citizen of our town, Mr. Henry Ileuek, who
hassuuered for years with Kheuinatism.
WiNTCitnciumii ic Alkauc.u, Mcmlcille, Pa.
There's net a charm that light's tiie face
With se inellable a grace.
As sweet, pink lips ami ivory teeth ;
And nothing new, beneath the sky,
Can beauties such as these supply,
Have SOZODOXT, that wears the wreath.
IlAVi-fe securel ever half u million of Pine
and Cypress Shingles before the advance in
lumber. I am prepared te sell cheap for cash.
Cypress Shingles are considered superior te
shaved Pine Shingles.
Lumber Dealer, Wrightsville, Pa.
Never let a cough, cold, or croup go tee far.
On the first symptoms send te your druggist
for " Or. Sellers' Cough Syrup." i" cents per
bTATiSTics prove that twenty-live percent,
of thu deaths in our larger cities are caused by
consumption, and when we relied, that this
terrible disease in its worst stage will yield te
a bottle ofLeehcr's Kenewned Cough Syrup,
shall we condemn the sullerers ler their negli
gence, or pity them for their ignorance? Xe,
l Kast King street.
The Kcasen Why.
The tonic effect of Kidney-Wert is produced
by its cleansing and purifying action en the
bleed. Where there is a gravelly deposit in
the urine, ermilky, ropy urine from disorder
ed Ki lueys, it cures without tail. Constipa
tion and Piles readily yield te its cathartic and
healing power. alii-lwd&w
The business revival and new era of pros
perity which is new fairly inaugurated, is in
keeping with the increa-ed health and happi
ness seen all ever the land, and is one of the
results obtained from the introduction or
Warner's Safe Kidney and Liver Cure. " The
changes wrought by this remedy," says Kev.
Dr. Harvey, '-fccem but little less than mira
Try Lecher's Kenewned Cough Syrup.
lilt. Biiewxisa, a regular graduate et one et
the eldest and best medical colleges of thu
United States, has for years been studying the
subject et coughs, cehls, and all troubles of
that nature, and is satislicd that he has by dili
gent research In chemistry and pharmacy
found out the true combinations of medicine,
that will the most quickly and satisfaeterily
curc the most acute or chronic cases. His C. &
C. Cordial is the secret, and it is new effecting
cures that are really astonishing. One trial
will convince you that it will eventually be
come indispensable te any family. Fer sale by
druggists. Price BO cents. Dr. llrewning,
Proprietor, 1117 Areli street, Philadelphia.
Try Lecher'a Kenewned Cough Syrup.
Why Are Yeu Bilious?
Kccaiwe you have allowed your bowels te be
come costive, anil liver torpid. Use Kidney Kidney
Wert te produce a free state of the bowels and
it will stimulate the liver te proper action,
cleanses the skin of its yellowness, cures bil
ious headache, and causes new life in the
bleed. Druggists have it. al!Mwd&w
Try Loehei's'Kcnewned Cough Syrup.
A laily in Kast Liberty, Pa., whose face was
covered with sores, was cured by using one
bottle of "Dr. Liudsey's Weed Searcher."'
Try Lecher's Kenewned Cough Syrup.
" " .Mothers!-Mothers!! Mothers!!!
Are yen disturbed at night anil broken el
your rest by a sick child suffering and crying
with the excruciating pain et" cutting teeth?
11 se, go at once and get a bottle of MKS. WIXS
LOW'S SOOTHING SYRUP. Itwill relieve the
peer little sufferer immediately depend upon
it ; there is no mistake about it. There is neta
mother en earth who has ever used it, who will
net tell you at once that it will regulate the
bowels, and give rest te the mother, and relief
and health te the child, operating like magic.
It is perfectly safe te use in all cases, and pleas
ant te the taste, and is the prescription of one,
et the eldest and best female physicians and
nurses in the United States. Sold everywhere
25 cents a bottle. rjl7-lyd&wM,W&S
The Greatest Blessing.
A simple, pure, liarmlces remedy, that cures
every time, and prevents disease by keeping
the bleed pure, stomach regular, kidneys and
liver active, is the greatest hiessing ever con
ferred upon man. Hep Bitters is that remedy,
and Its proprietors are being blessed by thou
sands who have been saved and cured by it.
Will you try it? See another oelumn.
Try techer's Kenewned Cough Syrup.
Keep your bowels and kidneys in a healthy
state by the use of Kidney-Wert.
Dr. Mett Endorsement or Speer's Pert
The following, Irem the celebrated Dr. Mett,
of Xew Yerk, speaks wonders for Mr. Speer's
efforts te raise 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 about :
C2 Madisex Avejicts )
New Yerk, April 11. 1S7S.
Mr. Alfred Si-eeb. Dear Sir: The visit
which 1 niadu last year te your Vineyards,
wine-prenses and vaults at Passaic, X. J., satis
fies me thoroughly that the wines manufac
tured by you are pure and unadulterated, and
the verv best that can he offered te the public
for medicinal uses.
Acting upon mv favorable impression nt the
time, I have since recommended the Pert
Wine; mere particularly in my practice, and
am satisfied with marked benefit 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, than a visit te the acres of land
covered with the vine bearing the luxuriant
fruit. Wishing you success in your praise
I remain respectfully yours.
ALEX IJ. MOTT. M. D..
JTef. of Surgery, Rellevue Hospital Medical
College. Ac.. Ve.
This wine is endorsed by Drs. Atlee and
Davis, and sold by II. L Slaymaker.
Itrewn's Household 1'anacea
Is the most effective 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 double the
strength of any similar preparation.
It cures pain in the Side, Rack or Rowels,
Sere Threat, Rheumatism, Toothache and ALL
ACHES, and is the GREAT RELIEVER OF
PAIN. "RROWX'S HOUSEHOLD PAX A
CEA " should be in every family. A teaspoon teaspeon teaspoen
tulofthe Panacea in a tumbler el het water
(sweetened, if prctcrrcd), taken at bedtime,
will 1JKEAK UP A COLD. 25 cents a bottle.
Fer sale at II. IJ. Cochran & Ce's Drugstore
Xerth Queen street. Lancaster.
Undoubtedly with children, attributed te ether
causes, is occasioned by Worms. RROWX'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
lully used by physicians, and found te be ab
solutely sure in eradicating worms. Twenty
live cents a box. fianl.Vlvd&wTuTh&S
DELEGATES TO STATK CONVENTION.
Thirteenth Senatorial District.
CHAS. J. RHOADS.
R. II. RKURAKER,
DR. II. E. RAUR,
II. S. KERXS.
Fourteenth Senatorial District.
M. V. 11. WEIDLER,
WM. R. GIVEN.
DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET.
fek cexmtnss. 9
J. L. STEINMETZ.
roil IlISTIUCT ATTOItSCT.
R. F. MONTGOMERY.
SEXATOU (13th DISTUICT.)
(ASSHMISLY (id lllSTKUT.)
S. C. STEVENSON,
S. P. SHIRK.
(asscmisly (3d nisTiiurr.)
.IACOR M. HAENI.EN.
FOll 1TISOX IN'.Sl'KCrOllS.
KARTON M. WINTERS,
FOK l'OOR DIUECTOllS.
A. J. SXYDER,
Rakeh. April 17. 1SS0, in this city, Philips.
Raker, in the ".'d year of his age.
Funeral from his late residence, ."ili West
Orange street, en Tuesday afternoon at i
o'clock. The relatives and friends ; also Jlon Jlen
tcray Ledge, Xe. ili, I. O. O. F., arc respect
fully invited te attend. itd
Rin'EnEULY. In this city, April 17. 1S.S0, W.
Frank Rruederly, in the 31st year of his age.
The relatives and friends of the family, also
the City Cornet band and Lancaster Ledge Xe.
C7 1. O. O. F., are respectfully invited te attend
the funeral from his late resilience. Ne. 3i7
Reaver street, en Wednesday afternoon at 3
o'clock. Interment at Woodward Hill ceme
NE II" Alt rEUTISEMEXTS.
OK SAI.K CHIC A 1
X. Three Hives efRees.
Pure Italian. Ad-
G EO. R. WI LSOX.
r34 North Duke Street. Lancaster. Pa.
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL UK BK
ccived up te SATURDAY. APRIL 24, for
the Painting of the Watch Factory Ruilding.
Specifications can be seen at the factory,
ltd A. RITNER, Manager.
On WEDNESDAY. APRIL 21. 1SS0. sec
end story et Lecher's building, Household and
Kitchen Furniture, consisting et one Elegant
Wardrobe. Brussels and Ingrain Carpets.
Lounge and Steve. Sale te commence at 1
o'clock p. 111. HESS & DICKEY.
PUKLIC SALK OF A VALUABLE HORSE.
The-nndersigned will sell at public sale
en WEDNESDAY, the 21st day of APRIL. 18),
at the Keystone stables, this city, a Grey Trot Tret
ting Stallion, known by the name of Patehelett,
sired by Wild Wagener. Sale te commence at
9 o'clock a. in., when terms will he mude
known by HENRY SHURERT,
IO. O. F.
. The members et Monterey Ledge, Ne. 212,
are requested te meet at their hall en TUES
DAY, at 1 o'clock p. m., ler the panese of at
tending the funeral of our late Brether, Philip
S. Bakur. The members of Lancaster Ledge,
Ne. G7, and Hebel Ledge, Xe. 591), are respect
fully invited te attend.
L. DE W. CREXEMAX, X. G.
Jas. M. Chaxjiell, Sec'y. ' ltd
On MONDAY. APRIL 19, IPSO, will be sold
at the Leepard Hetel, a let of Ground situated
en the erth side of East Walnut street, ad
joining ground en the west by Zahue
and en the east by David Uartman. Let fronts
en Walnut street 22 feet and depth 12(1 feet te a
10-feet wide alley, en which is erected a one
and a-half story Frame Dwelling, containing 2
rooms and kitchen and wtill of water with
pump. Sale at li o'clock p. in.
IIkxkt Shubekt, Auct. adrl.Vltd
HERR & STAUFFER. Solicitors of Patents.
successors te Jacob Stauffer. deceased. Having
been in the above business for some time un
der the instructions et Jacob Stauffer, dee'd,
and having access te his Reports and Docu
ments relating te the Patent Ofllce. we are
prepared te prosecute all claims relative te
Letters Patent with promptness and accuracy.
OFFICE : i NORTH DUKE STREET.
GEO. W. BROWN, A..
Ne. 14G KAST KING STJCEKT.
Beeidenatt 21 Seuth Prinae Street.
A New Feature of our business will be the Manufacture of JEW
ELRY in our own Factory. "We have just completed a substantial
brick factory building--, 16x35 feet, which is fitted up with the ma
chinery, tools and appliances necessary for the production of flrst
class goods, and put in charge of competent workmen.
This department will be a great convenience te ourselves and
our customers, enabling us te fill special orders in very short time.
Old jewelry or coin left us for making into new goods will be kept
strictly separate, and we will guarantee furnishing the same geld
in the new goods when se desired. The manufacture of Hair Jew
elry will be given special attention.
Estimates and designs for Society Pins, Badges or Rings will be
furnished en short notice.
H. Z. RHOADS & BRO., Jewelers,
Ne. 4 West King Street.
SPRING DRY GOODS
Ne. 25 WEST KINO
LADIES' DRESS GOODS!
All the Novelties of the Season in the Xew
GENTS' WEAR. GENTS' WEAR.
Spring Cheviots, French. English and American Suitiuss, and Clothing in Large Assort
ment. Carpets, Linoleum and Oil Cleths, China and Cocea Mattings and Paper Hangings.
A Large and Complete Stock in all Departments, and at the Lewest Price.
Av-Call and examine.
HAGER & BROTHER.
THE LARGEST AND FINEST STOCK OF
BUGGIES, CARRIAGES, &C.
In the city, is te be
NORBECK & MILEY,
PRACTICAL CARRIAGE BUILDERS,
COR. DUKE AND VINE STS., LANCASTER, PA.
S-COX & CO.'S
The Stock include! all the
LATEST STYLES SPRINGS,
such as the Rrewster, Whitney, Salidee Triple, Empire "Cress Spring, Dexter (jueen. Duplex
and Elliptic, and they will also make te order any style a purchaser may desire. Repairing
of all kinds promptly attended te. All work guaranteed for ene year.
"OUR WORK SUSTAINS OUR WORD."
Brandy as a Medicine. I
The following article was voluntarily sent te
Mr. II. E. Slaymaker, Agent for Reigart's Old
Wine Stere, by a prominent practising physi
cian et this county, who has extensively used
the Rrnndy referred te in his regular practice.
It is commended te the attention of theso af
Indigestion and Dyspepsia.
BRANDY AS A MEDICINE.
This new much abused Alcoholic Stimulant 1
was never intended as a beverage, hut te be '
used as a medicine of great potency in the cure
of some of the destructive diseases which j
sweep away their annual thousands of victims. 1
With a purely philanthropic motive we pre- I
sent te the favorable notice et invalids espe- j
cially these alllicted with that miserable dis- j
ease Dyspepsia, a specillc remedy, which is '
nothing meru or less than
The aged, with leeble appetite and mere or '
less debility, will find this simple medicine, ;
when used properly, j
A Sovereign Remedy I
or all their Ills and aches. Re it, however j
strictly understood that we prescribe and use j
uut one article, anil tuut is
REIGART'S OLD BRANDT,
our enterprising young friend, II.
i'SIAKER. This Rrandy has steed the
test for years, and has never tailed, as lar
as our experience extends, and we therefore
give it the preference ever all ether Brandies,
no matter with hew many jaw-breaking French
titles they are branded. One-fourth of the
money that is yearly thrown away en various
impotent dyspepsia speciiics would sufliee te
buy all the Brandy te cure any such cas or
cases. In proof el" the curative powers el
Reigart's Old Brandy,
In cases et Dyspepsia, we can summon mini
hers of witnesses one case in particular we
A hard-working farmer had been aillictcd
with an exhaustive Dyspepsia for a number of
years; his stomach would reject almost every
kind of feed; he had sour eructatiens con
stantly ue appetite in fact, he was obliged te
restrict his diet te crackers and stale bread,
and as a beverage he used McGrann's Reet
Reer. He is a Methodist, and then, as new,
preached at times, and in ids discourses often
declaimed earnestly againstall kinds of strong
drink. When advised te try
Reifirart'a Old Brandy,
In his case, he looked up with astonishment,
but after hearing of its wonderful effects in
the cases of some of his near acquaintances, he
at last consented te fellow our advice. He
used the Brandy faithfully and steadily; the
first bottle giving him an appetite, and before
the second was taken he was a sound man.with
a stomach capable of digesting anything which
he chose te eat. He still keeps it and uses a lit
tle occasionally; and since he has this medi
cine he has been of very little pecuniary bene
fit te t he doctor. A Pkactisine Physicia.
H. E. SLAY3IAKER,
Reigart's Old Wine Stere,
Established in 1785,
lUrOUTKR AMD DKALKK IN
FIXE OLD BRAXDIES, SHERRIES, SUPE
RIOR OLD MADEIRA, (Imported in 1811,
Si7 and 1828,) CHAMPAGNES O
EVERY BRAND, SCOTCH ALE
PORTER. BROWX STOUT.
Ne. 29 KAST KINO ST.. LANCASTER, PA
Step making a drug store of your stomach.
Step putting bitters, pills, liver inviiroraters,
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 3r years. If you'll ex
amine the histories et nearly all medicine
venders for 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, Ayers,
Wishart, Jayne, Heblnsac, Mishlcr? All dead
and buried as should be all such preparations.
Fer 31 years I have cured all kinds et diseases
when ethers lull, and I place my medicines
(net poisons) en the outside of the body. Te
the sick who have tried one or twenty doctors,
witheutanyadvantage.I would beg them tecidl
and learn from scores of such persons who have
been cured in a few days or weeks, at an. ex
pense of from $2 te $ 10-Page Pamphlet tree,
mil of cures. Over 100 astonishing cases in two
mouths. Jehn Geedman, rheumatism 19 years;
Rev. J. Hunter, blind left eye for 1C years,
sight restored; Wilsen Hamilton, eonsuuit eensuuit eonsuuit
tien 10 years; Christian Rooty, paralvsis,
brought te efllce in a carriage, can new walk
auywhere; B. S. Kuuffman. led in blind, can
new see quite well ; Chas. R. Leenard, catarrh
and-sgrc threat for years ; Lewis Paulick, llts
for 20 years, cured in a week : II. McGurk, dys
pepsia 10 years; D. N. Hughes, consumption
and dyspepsia, gained it pounds. Catarrh
cured for 50 eente.
DK. C. A. GREENE,
2S North Queu Street.
White Goods, Laces, Hosiery
seen at the Works of
TULTON OPERA HOUSE.
MONDAY, TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY
AND WEDNESDAY XATINEE,
APRIL 19, 20 and 21, 1880.
Return of the Famous
This family needs nespecial introduction te
the people et this city. We simply desire te
call attention te the factthatewing te engage
ments ahead they can only remain their ad
70 NIGHTS IN PHILADELPHIA ALONE.
RRILLIANT XEW MUSIC
AXD EXTRAORDINARY GEMS
Wateli ler Parade of the Famous Little
ADMISSION, - - - 3.-, & 3r, Cts.
MATINEE PRICES, - - 15 & -5 cts.
Xe" extra charge for reserved seats. On sale
Thursday at Yecker's Opera Heuse Ouicu.
IS. S. DRIGGS, Rusincss Manager.
JOHN D. MISHLER, Circuit Manager,
After three years absence fn Great Rritain.Hol Rritain.Hel
laiid,Gcrinany, Austria an Adwitzerland,where
they achieved unparalleled success,
THE ORIGIXAL AXD ONLY
Frem Nashville, Tenn., will give one of their
original, unique and popular concerts at the
THURSDAY EVEXLNG, APBIL 22.
F. J. Leuilin, Mabel Lewis, Gee. E. Barrett,
Jennie Jacksen, R. A. Hale. Maggie "Perter,
1.101. aucpparu una ram iuaieue.
GALLERY,; S5 C'ts.
ADMISSION, 50 Cts,
KHSERVED SEATS, 75 Cts,
Fer sals at Yecker's. aprlU-Std
WANTED. EVERYBODY TO ADVEIt
tisc, free et charge, in the Iktelliuen
ceii, who wants something te de. .
WT" ANTED. A FEWTA15LE HOARDERS.
IT Apply at 11!) NORTH QVEEN STREET,
"1X7" AN TED TWO STOUT ROYS TO
T "f 'earn te make Herse Cellars. Apply at
the Lewell Cellar
and 20 East
WANTED TWO YOUNG LADIES OF
geed address, te go te Philadelphia.
Must be intelligent and rctlned. Pays from $3
te $G per day. Reference required.
R. II. RANDOLPH.
a!7-3td 120 North Duke Street.
TirAJiTED A FEW INTELLIGENT BOYS
T te learn the Printing Business. Call in
person at the office of or direct letter te IN
QUIRER PRINTING AND PUBLISHING
COMPANY. Xes. Stand 53 Xerth Queen Street,
Lancaster, Pa. ahMwd
AGS! 1CAGS! ICAGS! RAGS WANTED.
Housekeepers take notice that we are
paying 3 cents a pound for MIXED RAGS.
Cash paid as seen as delivered te
aprO-Smd Xe. 233 West King Street.
COMPETKNT PERSON IS WANTED
te till the position of Sunerintcndcnt of
me pumic schools 01 Lancaster city. The
Beard et Directors will meet en THURSDAY
EVENING, APRIL 2i, te till the position and
fix the salary.
By order of the Beard.
Attest : C. F. ERERMAN,
Lancaster Orpn Marfacleiy
Without a doubt furnish the FINEST IX
STRUMEXTSin the Market, Warerooms 320
Xerth Queen street, Manufactory in the rear.
Brunch Olllcc, 15)3 East King Street.
Alex. McKfflps, Proprietor.
Alse Agent ter Lancaster County for
CHICKERIXG & SOX'S Celebrated
A Full Line of Sheet and ether Music, Small
Instruments. Violins, Banjos, Band Instru
ments, Ac., always ea band. l"13-lydS&ly w
MONDAY EVENING, APBIL 10, 1880"
Washington, April 19. Fer th Mid
dle Atlantic states and Xew Englaiid, sta
tionary followed by falling barometer,
southerly winds, cloudy weather, and
possieiy ram, followed en Tuesday by
colder westerly winds, rising barometer,
clearing weather preceded by rain.
What is Going On at the Caultul.
Washington, April 19. The Senate
committee en railroads this morning de
cided by a vote of seven against four, te
recommend the passage of a bill te extend
the time for :the completion of the North
ern Pacific railroad six years. The meas
ure that will be reported is Sonater
Windem's bill, amended en his own
motion, se as te make the time of
extension six years instead of ten, and
te provide, in accordance with the policy
already adopted by the company, that the
agricultural lands within the odd num
bered sections shall be sold te actual set
tlers at net exceeding $2.30 per aero.
Anether amendment will provide that the
title te the lands thus sold bv the com.
pany shall be conveyed directly from the
government, but the amendment is te be
se framed that this requirement shall net
interfere with the company's agreements
for its bends and prefered stock.
The formulation of the amendments
agreed upon may delay the report te the
senate for a day or two. The vote by
which the amended bill was ordered te be
reported is as fellows : Ayes Messrs.
Ransom, Lamar, G rover, Window, Davis,
Teller and Saunders, 7. Nees Messrs.
Eaten, Pendleton, Wiliams and Jenes 1.
Unprecedented Travel this Way.
Londen, April 19. During the past
week thirteen large steamships left Mersey
for North American ports with large num
bers of passengers and considerable gen
eral cargoes. Most of them were bound
for the United States. This is believed te
THE GOERSEN CASE.
Charges of Poison and Forgery.
Philadelphia, April 19. The contest
of the will of Elizabeth P. Geersen, the
wife of Dr. A. G. F. Geersen, was com
menced this morning. Geersen is new in
prison awaiting trial en the charge of hav
ing poisoned both his wife and his mother-in-law.
Jumped a Rickety Jail.
New Castli:, Del., April 19. Enech
Rash. William Austin and Themas Flana
gan, who were serving out a two year
sentence for attempted arson in Wilming
ton, last fall, escaped from the jail this
morning by displacing a bar in their cell
window and scaling the wall by means of
a rope made from bed clothing.
A Woollen Mill Damaged.
Chkstkis, Pa., April 19. A lire broke
out in Rhodes fc Bre.'s cotton and woolen
mill at Llewellyn, this county, en Satur
day night, and destroyed ever $2,000 worth
Free Admission of ll:iv Materlal.
Berlin, April 19. In the Reichstag,
the bill abolishing the duty en llax and
ether vegetable fibres, except cotton, has
been read the third time.
A Pedestrian Challenge.
O'Lcary challenges any two men in Eng
land te race against Hart and Debler for
six days for any amount from $10,000 te
$20,000 a side. The race is te take place
in New Yerk withhi three months, and
the challenge te remain open two months.
O'Lcary has deposited $.100 forfeit with
Frank Queen. He says he expects Rewcll,
Brown or Hazel te accept.
The Late "Duel."
The Newark (Del.) Ledger reporter
claims te have seen the recent duel near
that town between Dr. White and Mr.
Adams, of Philadelphia. According te
that paper the pistols were leaded without
balls, and when the principals lircd the
seconds hit each duelist with a hickerynut.
This caused them te think they were shot,
and both fell senseless te the ground. It
tDek a great deal of brandy and water te
revive them, and when the Ledrer re
porter, who was located in an adjoining
tree, laughed at the scare, he was invited
down te "take something."
A Flourishing Temperance Society.
The annual report of the New Yerk
Business Men's Temperance society
shows that during the first year of the ex
istence of the society nearly 2i, 000 pledges
have been distributed. These pledges
arc divided into three classes: The red
pledge of total abstinence ; the white
pledge net te drink during business hours,
and the blue pledge net te treat or be
treated. Of these the largest number dis
tributed was of the blue pledge, of which
nearly thirteen thousand were disposed of.
The Western Iren Tratlc.
The following is from the Pittsburgh Pest
of Saturday : " The iron trade is still dull
and some half-dozen 1 oiling mills in the
two cities have closed down in consequence.
The jobbers decline te purchase, fearing
that there will be still further decline
in prices, but very few, if any, of
the mills have orders. Notices " have
been posted up at the different mills
notifying the unskilled workmen and
ethers who are net governed by scales
that a reduction of 10 te 15 per cent,
in wages will be made. The puddling fur
naces are still in operation at all the mills,
as the manufacturers are willing te pile up
muck bar. But many have grown
weary of piling up finished iron, and they
state that there will be a general suspen
sion if the empleyes refuse te accept the
reduction in wages. Just when the revi
val in the iron trade will come again no
fellow can predict, and the iron men are
the 'bluest' set of business men in the
PKOPOSALS WILL 15E KKCKIVED AT
the Mayer's Office up te MOXDAT EVEN
ING. APRIL 1!), 1880, at 8 p. in., for lumishing
the City of Lancaster witli as many Plug
Cases as may he required up te July 13. 1880.
The bids must state hew much per pound com
plete; the ca-,es te be 10 te 11 inches in diame
ter at tp, net less than 4 feet long, regular
taper, and net te weigh ever 1W) pounds.
PROPOSALS will he received at the same
time and place for digging out and tilling in
400 feet, mere or less, of water tretich en Dor Der
wart street, south Irem West King. Trenches
are te be four feet deep and two feet wide.
Bids te state hew much for earth and hew
much for rock per cubic yard. Werk te be
done under the direction and subject te the
measurement et the Superintendent of the
Water Works, and at the time he may direct
Bend in $50 required with bid.
PROPOSALS will be received at the same
time and place te THURSDAY, APRIL 22, 18),
at 8 p. m., ler as much geed American Lead as
the city may require up te July 15, 1880.
JNO. T. MacGONIGLE,
PhIlKfalnl.l . .
MinnLr,??.' SJ: h?"te laedly 573633 r
gmdeT$6 sefts 06 -"" Pant and lugh
Rye flour dull at $1 30i 37.
Cern llTpl.nlnp. (...- ..,- ..
mixed uaraSS"" ' -'"" ; yellow Wc:
Rye dull ; Western and I"a. S8S3c.
Previsions dull; .mess perk nt $11 2543
11 Ter litf hnma 1T nna.iT n .?, "J" il .-"IS
m ): xbacoT-smekedhouT,le a&EgS. it
Lara nun cltv kettle
n,u.V .'tc'au'; creamery extra at 28330c;
&?.raWCO,unty ana Se" Yerk
-S-iC; Western reserve extra at 21B25c:
ivLwS0011 choleo 1822c: K0II9 quiet i
2022c extra 1921e; Western reserve extra
iiEggsduIl;Penn,allK12c; Western 10J
Cheese scarce: New Yerk factory leS'Sc ;
VV estem lull cream 14c ; de for geed 130:4
de halt-skims lli2c. '
etfeleuni dull ; Retlned TKc
Whisky at $110, n
Seeds firm: geed te prime cleverseed IC30
ISO5 tlmet'W $3 000310; de flaxseed $1 70
New lurk Market.
XkwYeuk. April lD.-Fleur-State and Western
In buyers' favor ; superfine state 3 8UQ4 50 :
extra de $4 504 75 ; choieede $4 8)"1 10 fancy
$.- 13ff G (X) : round hoop Ohie $3 00"75: choice
de $3 80JU 73; superfine western $3 S04 50;
common te geed extra de 4 504 00 ; choice
dodo$5 00700: choice white wheat de4 83
550; Southern dull and declining ; common te
fair extra $5 235 50; geed te choice de 5 70
Wheat unsettled and feverish ; Spring nom
inally lower ; Winter white I2c and de red 2
H2 lower; Xe. 2 Red, April.l2912!; de
May $1 33l2t!U : de June $1 23il 2IJi; Xe. 2.
Northwestern May $121.
Cern !4c lower and dull : Mixed Western
spot, 50it5lJe ; de future 4t;'4507Ke.
Oats heavy and lower, including Ne. 2 for
May37Ke; State 425Ic ; Western 404'Jc.
Beef dull and prices unchanged.
Perk firmer; new mess $1750.
Lard quiet and firm; steam rendered $7 ("0.
Whisky dull ; Western $1 0801 00.
Spirits of turpentine dull ut 4'45c.
Sheen market lair. Receints s (ie lmnil ?
prime tiVA goedC7c; medium (c ;
7c; prime 7Jc; ineilium i"-4c; common tijc.
PUILADKLlMllA. April 1'J
12:30 p. ji.
Pennati's (third issue) 107
l'lllilLllelllhill. jr. V.rfi,
United Ces. of N.J...
" Preferred .
Ceiitnil 'Triiiiurwirtntljtii l'n i'l
Pitts , Titusville Huuale.' ISJi
LitUe Schuylkill 55
Nkw ieiik. Apt II IV.
N. Y. Central KOJsJ
Adams Express Ill
Michigan Central !IJ
Michigan Southern l(n"
Illinois Central 1WM
Cleveland A Pittsburgh.. ..HI
Chicago & ReckLiland I'.K)
Pittsburgh ft Fert Wayne.. 118
Western Union Tel. Ce Uii
Teledo Wabash asJiC
New Jersey Central Till
United States Bends anil Sterling l'x change.
(Quotations by R. K. Jamisen & Ce., S. W.
Cor. Sd and Chestnut Streets).
PUILADKLVHIA, April 19.
United States C's, 1&S1, (registered).. la"r!jlu,'ij
United State .Vs, 1881, (registered). .!02ki)i02
YT 1....I ?....... .1.,. ,... . 1... ItKntlMliiLil
UIET lilt A wixas.
THE PUBLIC WILL TAKE NOTICE.
1st. That the Postmaster General has RE
SCINDED his order against the delivery r
Mails te this Company.
2d. That this is the only Lettery Company
which lias ever been declared legal by a U nited
3d. That United States Circuit Court Judge
Brown has declared its drawings net fraudu
lent. 4th. That Registered Letters will henceforth
be delivered and Postal Orders pakl as form
Authorized by the Commonwealth of Ky.
and Fairest in the World.
19th Popular Monthly Drawing
COMMONWEALTH DISTRIBUTION CO.
At Macauley's Theatre, in the City of Leuis,
THURSDAY, APRIL 29th, 1880.
TIicsb Drawings, authorized by act et the
Legislature et 18f"9, and sustained by all the
courts of Kentucky occur regularly en the last
day of every month (Sundays excepted), and
are supervised by prominent citizens el tb
The management call attention te the grand
opportunity presented or obtaining, for only
$2, any of the following prizes
1 J" 'uua .. J'.'AI
jriAtj ( 0(MXj
10 prizes $1,000 each 10,000
20 prizes 501) each 10.000
lne prizes, $100 each H;,oue
200 prizes 50 each Ie,OU)
00 prizes 20 each 12,000
1U0O prizes 10 each 10,000
9 prizes .'500 each, approximation prizes 2,700
9 prizes 200 each, " " 1,800
9 prizes 100 each, " " you
I,9"0 prizes $112,400
-Whole tlckels,$2; half tickets. $1; 27 tickets
$50; 55 tickets. $100.
All applications for club rales should be made
te the home office.
Full list of drawing nublinhed in Louisville
Courier-Journal and New Yerk Herald and
mailed te all ticket-holders. Remit money
by mail or express. Address R. M. Board Beard
MAN. Courier-Journal Ruiliiiug, Leu
isville, Ky., r at 307 and 309 Broadway. New
KlliXEY AXIt LIVEK CVJIE.
This scicntilic remedy, prepared from choice
vegetable extracts, is the Best Bleed Purifier,
and stimulates every function te mere health
ful action, and is thus a benefit in nil diseases.
In eliminating the impurities of the bleed,
the natural and necessary result is the cure et
Scrotuleus and ether Skin Eruptions and Dis
eases, including Cancers, Ulcers and ether
Seres. Nothing is better for clearing and beau
tifying the complexion.
Dyspepsia, Weakness et the Stomach, Consti
pation, Dizziness, General Debility, etc., are
cured by the Safe Hitters, and it is unequalled
as an appetizer and for building up an en
It Is a medicine which should be In every
family, and which, wherever uxed,. will suve
the payment of many doctor's bills.
Convincing testimonial.-, furnished en appli
cation. Bettles of two sizes ; prices, 50 ets. and $1.
Warner's Safe Kidney and Liver Cure,
Safe Diabetes Cure, Safe Tonic, Sale Pills and
Safe Nervine are also superior remedies, un
equalled in their respective fields of disease.
Warner's Safe Remedies are sold by Drug
gists and Medicine Dealers generally through
out the country.
Send for Pamphlet and Testimonials.
II. II. WARNER &. Ce., Rochester, X. Y.
16,000 acres et Finely Timbered Ceal Land
in Kentucky, en the BigSautlv river, by Which
the timber White Oak, Yellow Poplar, Wal
nut, Ash and ether varieties can be trans
ported by raft or beat te market. The land is
en the line of the Big Sandy railroad, which is
about being built by Cidcinnati cupitallsts,and
is underlaid with an immense bed of bitu
minous coal. Fer further information address
'ALLAN' A. HERR, Keal Estate Agent.
North Duke St.. Lancaster, Pa.
PuiLADKLriiiA, April 19. Cattle market dull.
Receipts 2.'JO0 head ; prime syW ' oed 5
5'e: medium iK'tiilt'.f emmium itmet.
United States 4s, lll, (coupons). ..wMWfc
United States 4's, 1907. (registered). .lMlu7
United States Currency G's 122
Sterling Exchange 4S."i I68