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the ..meutain KALMIA." Capture W Kpe. raUread is en fire and cannot be saved. Ne gSSSFSSSSlS amusemexts. f mTTTT) T Tfl'nT'PTfltf majcketS. , g
, . , ., On Fiiday evening last two men took further particulars are given, but from the plaint, without extra charge. Price 50 cents. T7ULTON OPERA HOUSE. I J-jj.axj u-uaaj-w11i Philadelphia Market! " "
f S-Sta!H wncjiltr te Krcita's store, East Lam- description bo,e si, it is beliercd that &ttriBb'ttSSSliS'fc,,S?- TdsnAT jASOAIff 13 1880 .JrS"JSSf5ISS1'X',S21 ""5S
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Nevertheless, "from the lord of the for- The tstey organ te lie giv en awa b I ret. iLlrd Keiner, in the 54th year et his age. ' "TTMTTJr rtinf p A CT TPUT Washington Jan. 12. Fer the Middle "ve flour unchanged, j-
cst te the monster of the deepfrem the the men were met by a person wlie icce Lippettathisentcitainmcnt en Iriday even- ni, ,iatiTc and fiiends, nlsoPeltM.G. A. UNDER THE GASLIGHT, A flint... Bt,t..,n,l VnirVn..hml nii. Cornmeal-BranlywtaennchangI. VV
hubtlcty of the serpent te the innocence of nized them as Paul Quigley and Adam AI- lug, will be exhibited en the streets in an ei- J are respectfully invited 'te attend the .un- rMrrin"ed rewritten and Vexll ly , - England, south- H heat 'Sj -e3teru Ke.1 $l se ;
thedovc-frem the cclastic embrace of biJLMit. wheare known in Police chcles as namcnul wagon to-mei row about neon. eal fiem his late residence. Ne. 130 Derwart fiS fro? 'aS& Is 1! efflter erlv wmds fch,ftmS te celdcr nertn and te d, ll VSielSS'nited 3te " .
the mountain kahnia te the descending
fructification of the lily of the plain, all
nature bows submissively te the primeval
law" of mixing !
Turning te its eiiginal publication in
our contemporary, they were net enlight
ened by finding that it was punted m an
unintelligible ai tide about the Philadel
phia Tunis almanac mixing up B. F. W.
Uiban with B. F. Eshlemanasdistiict at
torney for this county.
TJic language is taken fiein a charge te
the jury in the Lancaster eeuit of com
mon pleas by the late Judge Lewis in the
case of com' th vs. Staulier, in which the
point atesc whether the testator could, in
the disposition of his estate, validly impose
upon his widow the condition of icmaiiiing
unmarried. The eeuit below, en a cast
stated, decided against such a condition
against the libeity of maniage, as a le
straiut en the natural liberty of mankind,
and in an opinion te be found iu 10 Barr,
paj;c J!3u, concluded as fellows :
The piineiple of leproductien stands
next iu impeitance te its elder borncoi berncoi borncei
rclativc, self-preservation, and is equally
a iundamcntal law of existence. It is the
blessing which tempered with meicy the
justice of expulsion fiem Paradise. It was
impressed upon the human ci catien by a
beneficent Providence, te multiply the im
ages of himself, and thus te piomete His
own gleiy and the happiness of His cica
tures. Net man alone, but the whole an
imal and vegetable kingdom aie under an
impel inus necessity te obey its mandates.
Fiem the leid of the forest te the menstei
of the deep fiem the subtlety of the sei
pent te the innocence of the dove fiein
the cclastic embrace of the mountain I:al I:al
miate the descending fi unification of the
lily of the plain, all natuic bows submis
sively te this piiiuev.il law. Even the
tleweis which pel fume the air with then
fragrance, and decorate the feiests and
fields with their hues, aie but "curtains
te the nuptial bed." The piinciples of
.nienihu the policy of the nation the
ilecti iecs of the common law the law of
u ttuie and the law of Ged unite in con cen
"leinuiug as void, the condition attempted
te be imposed by this U'statei upon his
Tin- com I below was mveiscd by the
supieme oeuit. Judge Gibsen delivciiug
the able opinion contra.
Dees the Km, by its rather blunt inti
mation mean te "convey the impiessien"
that somebody has been npprepiiating
Judge Lewis's language as his own '.' If se,
who.' wheie.' what? when? which B. F.?
Lutlieian Cltiirili elcs.
Hev.. I)i. Greenvvald will lcctiueiu Tiin
ity chapel, Duke street, this evening, en
"Incidents in the Lite of Gcuei.tl L.i
Favcllc.' Dr. Uicciivvald'h seimens en
Catholicism are te be piintcd and pub
lished in book feim by Jehn lien's
and .v leply te them has also been
Hev. Di. E. V. Geih.ut, of the Kefeimcd
thcolegie.il .seiniii.iiy, preached in Grace
Lutheran chinch jesteiday nieming.
Hev. F. W. Cenrad, I). I)., of Phil.i
d'lphi.i, fenueily pastor of the Chinch of
the lleli Tiinity in Lancaster, who was
indisposed fei some time, is se far jesteicd
telic.illli as te be able te icsunie a pait of
A general coiigiegatien.il meeting of the
members of Chi ist Lutheran chinch will
be held in the chapel, West King stieet.
this evening. It v. ill be icmcmbeicd that
this congiegatien has lTet accepted the
lesigu.Uien of Hev. C. E. Ileupr, elected
te the pastorate of Grace Lutheran, vacat
td by Hev. Gcissingei.
Last evening theie were picscnt at
f'hiist Lutliei.m chapel thice elcigjmcn
v'ne iuinistei-ed in legulai elder te
the congivgatien, namely : Hev. C. E.
Ileiipt, who pix-aelied; Kcv. 1). II. Gcis
Miigei, late pastor of Grace Luthcian
ehiuch, who has been called' te a pastorate
in Xew Yeik city, and Hev. J. W. Rum
ple, who is new pui-siiing a pest-giaduatc
cemsa in the Union tholegical seminary in
3.1st of unclaimed I.citcrs.
The fellow ing is a list of unclaimed let
ters i-einaining in the Lancaster posteflicc,
for the week ending Monday, Januaiy 12,
Ladies List Mr. L. X. Bany, Cluistie
Ihewcr, Lizzie Hcrr, Sallic Hill, Kate
Heirman, Mrs. Marg. Larner, llaibara G.
Lcchncr, Mis. Nathan Schefield, Minnie
E. Simmons, Mrs. Wm. Steighclman. La
viuia Stcrrett, Mary S. Yeung.
Gents' List Stephen Bumgaitnci. Jas.
S. li leeks, Ilaield Cadwalladei, C. G.
Ceukliug, Gee. Dennis. Frank Daugheity,
E. E. Ei ben, M. M. Ebcily. Jehn Esh
bach, Frank Eichman, Aden Ebcrler, Jehn
Y. Fitzpatrick, ManusG. Fiiel, Mr. Gal
chei, Itebt. Hcisher, A. D. Ueishey.
Henry F. Heir, Heniy Heir, Th. Johnsten,
ChailevKlett, Frank Leck, Abm. Longe Lenge
neekei! Jehn McCalibs, D. B. Mayer, Gee.
Hehr, Even Heeds (for.), W. W. Shaipley,
V ICHIJII tjliwi.il, Jl., i".ij
F. Snively, Jacob Sweigart, J.
-T. F. Whiteside, Isaac Y. Wc
Fielding Smith, jr., Henry Smith. Jenj.
Tiic Lecture Platform.
Mr. Wallace Bruce, who was te lectin e
in Lancaster en the evening of January 10
en "Womanhood in Shakspeaie," has
erdcied a postponement of the leetuie by
Mr. Egbcit F. Cleabc, of Ohie, Catholic
lecturer and late Pietestaut minister, was
gieeted by large audiences, eh'iclly non
Catholic, including three of the Piotest Pietest
aut cleigy, at Middletown and Eli.abeth Eli.abeth
tewnycsteiday afternoon and evening xe
speetively, te licar his lectures "Why I
became a Catholic,'' and "Wheieis the
one true church.'
Amount Due the Scheel.
Supciintciulent Wickciham is prepar
in" and will this week issue wai rants
te school distiicts in the state coveting
the year ending June, 1879, for 1,000,000,
the amount due them fiein the state for
that pciied. Acceiding te the supeiin
tendent's estimate the commonwealth
ewes the schools about $2,500,000. State
Treasuicr Xeyes avers that the ticasury
w ill be iu condition te cash about half the
amount of warrants the present month,
aud the remainder will be honeicd by the
1st of June next.
O. U. A. 31.
Jehn W. Bainhaitand J. P. Winewer,
of this city, went te Yerk te-day te attend
the ninth anniversary of Coderus ledge
Ne. 115 Jr. O. U. A. M. Yesterday
Messrs. Fiuley, Welsh, Gotwald and
Hcckcrt, of that ledge, spent the day in
biight, who are known in police chcles as
chicken thieves. Information was given
te Constable Henry Ncuman, who en Sat
day came te Lincaster, get Alderman Don Den
nelly te issue warrants for the ai rest of
Quigley and Albright, and accompanied by
Officer Dcichlei, went iu search of the men.
They came upon Quigley near the Penn
iien weiks and Deichler at once took held
of him. A stiuggle ensued and both men
fell; Quigley was fust te get upon his
feet, and sti iking Ncuman a heavy blew,
he made a dash for libeity aud escaped.
Neunian called after him te halt or he
would sheet him, te which Quigley an
swered : "sheet and be ." He has
thus far eluded arrest.
On S.ituiday Mr. A. D. Feul, a lepeiter
of the Philadelphia Pre, was in this city
en an interviewing expedition. He was
taken mound town by Themas F. McEcl McEcl
Iiget, of the New Era, and he talked with
all the piemincnt Hepublicans for the pur
pose of ascei tabling their choices for the
presidential chair. The result of the in-
tei views will be published iu the Press of
Wednesday meining. Mr. Feld is quite a
voting man. and for several yeais was
connected with the New Yeik Sun. He
went fiem this city te Hanisbuig and
visits Heading, Williamsport. Pettsvillc
anil several ether towns en the same busi
ness which hi ought him here. It is said
that the only candidates who have any
following here aie Grant and Blaine, and
theieaic plenty of fiiendsef both.
The Walking IKatcli.
Tiiis altcinoen about half-past one
o'clock a go-avjeu-plea-e jicdcstiian
match of 1:J0 heui.s began at Fi-mkc's win
ter gai den. The cntiics are James Mc
Caffrey and Lewis Haivev, Philadelphia
James Mm ray, of 2vew Yeik ; Albeit II.
Pieice, of Xew Jeisey. and Fiank Scheid.
of Lancaastcr. The stage has been taken
out of the huge loom and a saw dust track
made, 2S Japs te the mile. The men are all
cl.nl iu neat fitting suits, mid are doing
goedwoik. McCafi'iey is a miner, jind
Munav, who is a muscular jeung man, is
a walkei of some repute. At about half
past 2 o'clock the score steed as fellow s :
McCain ey, 10 miles and 13 laps; Mm ray,
!l miles and 18 laps; Haivcy, 8 miles and
19 laps; Seheid, D miles and II laps; Pierce,
7 miles and 21 laps.
This meining Chailcs Spai maker, a lad
employed in the jobbing dep.utmeut of the
Lifjitii e r eflice, had his right hand badly
crushed by having it caught in a press
while at weik.
This afternoon the pay car of the Penn
sylvania laihead cempanj passed west
thieugh this city. The employees received
their piy fei the mouth of December.
Yestci day about neon a litt'c child of
Lewis Sweitzer, who resides at Xe. 142
Middle stieet, wandered off fiem home.
She was found about 4 o'clock en East
County Commissieuci.s Mentg.nnciy aud
Bushong, a majei ity of the be.ud, have
tiken an appeal fiem the decision
of the aibitrateis in the ease of
Cei ener Mishler against the county te re
cover fees for holding an inquest. Com Cem Com
mmissiencr Ceble refuses te join in the ap
peal. Directors i;iecte:.
At a meeting of the stockholders of the
Faimeis Xeithem maiket company the
following named directeis weie elected te
seivc fei the ensuing year : Jehn Hess,
Benjamin L. Landis. Jehn Buckwaltei,
Jehn K. Stener, David L. Hess, Israel L.
Landis, Cenrad Gast, Chiistian Zcchcr,
The diiccteis-clcct met and eigauiicd
by cheesing Chiistian Zecher president of
the beaid, Jeseph Samson secretary and
Benjamin L. Landis treasurer.
The beaid reappointed Wm. II. Ilich Ilich
ardsen maiket master.
KciuhaidBcincr, tailor by trade, a sol
dier of the late war, an earnest Democrat,
and an esteemed citizen of the Eighth
waid, is dead. He had been in
health for some time. Peace
James Xve, the boy who was se teiribly
injured en the raihead at Baiulnidge, en
Thin sday last, died last night about 12
o'clock of his injuiies.
S.ilciu Church of tie.I.
Last evening there was a very large at
tendance at Salem church. Rev. J. B.
Seule, pastor, administered the communion
and Kcv. Elliett, foimeilyef Xew Jciscy,
new of Hohrcrstew n, delivered an address.
Hev. Elliett will preach at Antioch mis
sion, connected with Salem chmch, en
Sunday ev cuing net. At Bethany mis
sion. Seuth Beaver street, also connected
with Salem, there is an active revival in
The funeral of Mis. Elizabeth Ilassel
bach, aged 00, which took place yesterday
fiem the residence of Ilemy C. Geiter,
Xcvin stieet, was very laigcly attended by
the fiiends of the family and by Union Xe.
1, and the Independent Older of Philoza Phileza
tlieans, of which eidcr she was one of the
On Saturdaj evening a coal oil lamp ex
ploded in the room of Mis Mary Harding,
at Xe. 337 Chestnut street. The lady had
gene down stiiis for some pin pose and
while there the lamp exploded. A girl who
was in the house hastened te the room and
smothered the flames with the bed clothes.
The cat pet, chahs, &c., were considerably
Smashing a Shew Case.
On Saturday evening as Hairy Gun
daker w as engaged in washing the pave
ment in fient of his store, 142 and 144
Xeith Queen stieet, he accidentally upset
the beautiful plate glass showcase in front
of the store and smashed it into hundreds
of pieces. Less, about $00.
As we go te pi ess news reaches us that
a double two-story frame dwelling house
at Paradise junction en the Pennsylvania
Schafer Beats Sexten.
The City Metel Billiard Keem is net the only
place in Lancaster where the scientific game is
plajed. Hut it is the only place in Lancaster
te llnd the best tablc- ucd in America, kneu n
as the Iirunmvicl. t lialke Company's Monarch
The professionals of Lancaster are new con
tending for three elegant prizes w leth can
new be seen in the window of Sliultz A. ISre.'s
mammoth hat and fur establishment en North
Queen street. They are the finest billiard
prizes ever offered in this city and are as fol fel
lows : First prize, a geld-beaded snakewoed
cane ; second, a geld headed ebony tane ; and
third, a beautiful billiard cue.
ltd ir. ii. ievi:n.
" Fatinitza." We have had the opera of
"Fatinitza" by Ferd's juvenile company and
new we arc te hear it sung by one of the best
opera troupes traveling. Malm's Xew Yerk
company will be here en Thursday evening
next. Their pretty pesters and lithographs
w ere put out te-day.
Under the Gaslight. -Te-morrow evening the
"OoftyGeft" combination plays "Under the
Gaslight" in this city. Gtis Phillips who is
known as "Oelty" assumes the charactci of
Snerkey, an old soldier, and new a railroad
messenger. The press peakes v cry highly of
the plaj and the performance, and the puces
aie low enough te draw a large house.
Sample Tags at the Intelligencer Oillce.
Blank Beeks at Baei's.
r or Sale.
C2?Fer fuithcr details sec advertising
Don't Rub Oir tlie Enamel
el the teeth with gutty picpaiatiens. The
teeth aie tee v ; tillable te be tiilled vv ith. When
gene, jeu must have lalse ones or 'gum"
jeurselt thieugh life. Use SO.ODOXT, which
contains no grit. It cleanses the mouth and
vitalizes the secietien. jl'Mudced
A WONDERFUL RECORD.
M ii. ids of se called "specifics'' and "cures"
or Bheumatisiu have already been hi ought
befeie the jiublic, anil many et themhaveeveu
been mdeised by the certificates et respect
able and prominent eitiem, who have de
rived benefit fiem such preparations. Tliuic
is no doubt that a gieat many el these ' Lini
ments," " Oils," etc., se w tdelv adv ertiscd and
freely recommended for Ithcuinatisiu and
painful complaints of a similar nature, have
genuine merit, and will relieve ccitain tvpes
et the complaints named; but when Kheuma
tism. Neuralgia, aud kidney diseases have be
come chronic and thieattu sciieus lesiilts,
jeu may rest assuied that they will help but
veiy little. Although net lecemmendid as
" infallible," the peculiar qualities et s,T.
Jacobs Oil especially adapt it te these cases
which may be termed "chronic" ami which
have pievieiislj withstood all known ' spe
cifics" its well as the picsciiptiouset the best
VVu would mention, as an example, the case
el Mr. A. Ilcilman, Editor et thu Pittsbuili
Republican, who suttered with Bheumatisiu
lortwe jeais. Alter v. duly using all the best
recommended lemedus, and exhausting the
skill et the most experienced phv sicians, w ith ith
eut even temporary relict, it required only
two bottles et &t.Jacebs Oil te elleet a perma
nent cuic. Mr. C. llanni, a well-known citien
et oungstewn. Ohie, secuied ler his wite,
w he ler t elv e years had been a constant sul
leier liem Neuralgia in the head, the seiv ices
et the ablest pli sicians et the laud, but they
weie unable te de anything for her: halt a
bottle of sT. Jaceiis Oil cured hei. Mr. Wm.
Keiuhart, L'lmoie, Wis.icperts the case et a
neighbor vv he tei t cut -tour je.ns had sul
lered se ternbly with Kliciuiiatisin that, at
tunes, he could hudly move meund: a lew
bottles of Sr. Jacobs Oil cured him. "Te cap
the climax," however, Mr. A. Xeiger. et T.ij T.ij
lerville, Pa.. v rites, that his mother, w he has
been a continual sufferer with Ithciniiatisiu
ler the past thirty yeais, used one bottle et
ST. Jacobs Oil and was immediately lelicved
et all pain. These aie lesults which truly ile
sei veto be brought te public notice ; but they
are net exceptions, .is will be seen by the
nuineieiis ether cettllicatcs from all putset
the United Mates. It should be the dutj et
every one te call the attention of his sulleimg
liiendsandueighbeis te this wendeiliiily etli etli
cteieus preparation, especially as the low
puce el f0 centsa bottle places itwilhin the
leach of allpeisens, neli and peer.
Ne Mere Hard Times.
If you will step spending se much en flue
clothes, rich feed and st le, buy geed, healthy
loed, cheap and better clothing : gctmeie leal
and substantial things of 'ife eveiy way, and
especially step the toelish habit et emplejing
expensive quack docteis or using se much of
the vile humbug medicine that does en only
harm, but put your tiust in that simple, puic
remedy, Hep JSitters, that cuies always, at a
ti nling cost, and jeu vtiII si e geed times and
have geed health, bee another column.
Try Lecher's Cough Sj rup
It is impossible te overestimate the value of
a remedy which se peifeetly controls the an an
nej ing and dangerens atlectiens of the pulmo
nary organs. Dr. Browning's C. &. C. Cordial
never fails w hen taken strictly in acceidance
with directions. Dr. Biewning, proprietor,
1117 Arch stieet, Philadelphia, sold bj all
druggists. Pi ice 50 cents per bottle.
Use Lecher's Herse and Cattle Powders
" Sellers' Liver Pills" ai e the secret te pel lect
health, long life, and absolute happiness. Sold
by all druggists.
A Democrat Cured.
A leading Democratef Builingten, Mr. K. M.
Sutten speaks in the highest terms of the cura
tive power of the celebrated Kidney-Wert. It
flrst cured him et a distressing Kidney disease,
and he new uses it w henevcr he has any sj mp mp
tems of biliousness or needs toning up. It
acts efficiently en the bowels, and cures the
w erst cases et piles. jl2 1ud&w
Mr. Gadbois, of Brockville, Canada, alter be
ing cured et a piestrating malarial disease ton ten
tiactcd in Texas, by means of Warner's Sate
Pills and Safe Bitters, writes te us: "I shall
nev er travel in that climate vv itUeut our Safe
Pills and Safe Bitters as part of my outfit."
Pine Spices at Lechci's Ding Stere.
Feit Allaviise HeAnsKNESs'und Iintatien et
the Threat it is daily pieved that "Jlrewn's
Iiienchial Troches" aie a mild remedy jet
v crj- efficacious. jVlu dTThs&w
"Is there a man with soul se dead,," who
hath suffered the miseries et a cough or cold,
yet neglected te try "Scllcis' Cough Sjrup?''
Don't Ge te the Seashore.
unless j ou aie able ; but if j en need a tonic te
ev crceme the depression caused bj the sum
mer heat use the celebrated Kidnej - Wert. It
has wonderful invigorating propel ties, but
acts en natural principles as it is prepared
w itheut the use of liquors. j!2-lwd&w
Trj' Lecher's Cough Syrup.
Statistics prove that twenty-live per cent,
of the deaths In our laigcr cities aie caused by
consumption. and when wc reflect that this
terrible disease in its w erst stage vv ill yield te
a bottle of Lecher's Renowned Cough Sjuup,
shall we condemn the suffei cis ter their neg
ligence, or pit' them for their igneiance?
A Mether's Grief.
The pride of a mother, the life and joy of a
home, aie her children, hence her gnefwhen
sickness enters and takes them away. Take
wanting then, that yeuare running a tenible
l isk, if they hav e a Cough, Croup or Whooping
Cough, vv Inch lead te Consumption, if j ou de
net attend te it at once. Shiloh's Consump
tion Cure is guaranteed tecuie them. Puce 10
cents, M cents' and" SI. Fer lame Back, Side,
ei Chest, use Shiloh's Poieus Plaster. Puce
Si cents. Sold by D. Heltshu, Lancastei, and
M. L. Davis, Millers vllle.
The Vest I Kier Knew OL
J. C. Starkey, a prominent and Influential
Citien of Iowa Cttv, saj's: "I have had the
Djspepsia, and Liver Complaint for several
ears, and have used ev ery Kemcilj I could
hear of, without any reliet w hatever. until I
saw your Shiloh's V'ltallzer advertised in our
paper, and was persuaded te try it. Iemliappy
te state that it lias entirelj cured me. It is cei-talulj-
the best Remedy I ever knew of." Price
75 cents. Sold bv D. llcttshu, Lancaster, and
M. L. Davis, MUlersviUe.
Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy.
A marvelous Cure for Catarrh, Diphtheria
Canker Meuth, and Head Ache, with each
street, en Wednesday morning, at 9 o'clock.
High mass at St. Jeseph's church. Interment
in St. Jeseph's cemetery. Jtd
XEIV AH VEJlTISEMEXTHi
j ACuffandGeld Cuff Butten, with the ini
tial " II." upon it. The finder vv ill be liberally
rewarded by leaving it at Adams Express
INSURE lOUIlPlterEUl'VIN THE HEST
CVUsMAX & BTJBXS.
21-tteedi: Iflice : Xe. 10 West Orange M.
L MtCASTEO, Dec. 12, 1879.
INSURE YOUR PROPERTY IN RELIABLE
BBNJ. P. SHENK'S,
Oflice : 10J West King Street.
"P'lRE, LIFE AND ACCIDENT.
Insurance at lowest rates. Geed and Reli
able Companies. HKKK & STAUFFER.
Reat Estate & Ins. Agts., 3 X. Duke St.
r A BROWN DRIVING MAKE, 8 vears old,
sound, kind and gentle, diiv es single and dou
ble, splendid roadster. Alse a new "White
Chapel " buggy, built bj- Edgerlev Ce., ler
exhibition at 1 eik ceiintj- fair, and has nev er
been used. Inquire at Xe. 20 SOUTH (JUELX
rpeBACCO FOR SALE.
One hundred acres of prime Pennsylvania
Seeil Le.if Tobacco ler sale.
Apply te B. F. KOIILER,
Shrewsbury. Yerk count-. Pa.
. s,tock and Fixtures of n Bakery and Con Cen Con
lectienerj' doing a geed business iu a thriv ing
v lllage, near the cit Fer particulars addiess
janl0-2td InteUIgencer Office.
(Same as used bj' Tobacco Samplers), Heavy
Railiead Heard an j Celer. Alse,
Contract and Receipt Beeks at
the Lewest Prices,
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY
ASSETS : One Millien One Hundred
and Thirty-one Thousand Eight
Hundred and Thirty-eight Dollars.
All invested in the best securities. Lesses
piemptly paid. Fet policies call en
RIFE & KAUFMAN,
Ne. 1Q East King St.. Lancaster, Pa.
MANIFOLD LETTER WRITERS,
LETTER AND NOTE PAPERS.
WRITING FLUID AND INK,
STEEL PENS, GOLD PENS,
Anil a general assortment of Statienciy, ter
JOHI BAEE'S SOIS,
15 and 17 NORTH QDEEN STREET,
Having purchased the excluslrc right of
Lancaster city and county te utanufactuie and
Reynolds's Metallic Stationery and
THE ONLY DEVICE GIVING ENTIRE SAT
ISFACTION, wc aie new prepared te furnish
Check Beeks, Letter heads, Nete Heads, State
ments, Bill Heads, all sizes; Notes of all kinds.
Contract Beeks, Receipt Beeks, Order Beeks,
and, iu tact any kind et work in which binding
is necessary printed en the very best paper at
the lowest figures.
This invention, for the use of which wc hare
obtained the sole right in Lancaster city and
county, enables us te hind the above named or
any ethei kind el blank and memoranda books
at the cost el printing alone, and in a style that
ler neatness and durability is net equalled by
any ether device of a similar character. Din
ing the time that Reynolds's Metallic Station
ery and Boek Binder has been before the pub
lic it has acquired a high reputation among
punters and ethers who have had occasion te
make use et it. ler the extreme simplicity of its
construction and the ease and accuracy of its
operation, while business men and ethers
w hose experience enables them te speak w here
of they knew pi eneunce its work te be super
ior in the essential points of cheapness con
v cuience and durability te that of the old pro
cess, and we are willing te give our patiens a
guarantee et the perfectly satisfactory char
acter of its work.
Specimens et Binding may be seen at the Ix
TtLLic.ENCKK eflice, and all persons desiring a
neat and substantial piece of work In this line
arc invited te call and inspect the numerous
adv antages w e have te offer, and which enable
us te turn out Geed and Durable Weik at
prices low er than any ether printing establish
ment in the city. ltd
YY Everybody te advertise, free of charge.
Im.LLieKcEit, who wants something
rANTED AT THIS OFFICE.
YV Copies of the daily IirntM.ieENCfcK of
Api il 3 and July 19, 1879. jan2-tfd
ASSIGNED KSrATE OF WILLIAM HUN
TER FURGUSOX and wife, et Providence
tow nsliip, Lancaster county. William Hunter
Furgiisen and w ite, et Providence township,
having by deed of voluntary assignment
assigned and transferred all their es
tate and effects te the undersigned, ter the
benefit of the ci editors of the said William
Hunter Furgiisen, he therefore gives notice te
all persons indebted te said assigner, te make
payment te the undersigned without delay,
and these having claims te present them te
JOHN H1LDEBRAND, Assignee.
dccl7-6tw New Pievidcncc.
INSTATE OF JACOB STOTT, LATE OF
2i el Lancaster city, deceased. Letters of ad
ministration en said estate having been
granted te the undersigned, all persons in
ebted thereto are requested te make imme
diate payment, and these having claims or de
mands against the same wiU present them
without delay for settlement te the under
signed, residing in West Chester, or te his at
torney, J. W. V. Swift, Lancaster. Pa.
deel-lt 15lir Administrator.
inc autner, acgustix dait, expressly ier
(MB. GUS PHILLIPS, the eminent German
Dialect Comedian), who will positively appear
at each performance, supported by a
LARGE AND TALENTED COMPANY.
Xew Scenery and Great Mechanical Effects
Bail read Sensation, the East Hirer Bridge
Te enable all w he may
desire te witness this
great performance, Gallery. S3cents: First
Fleer, 35 and 50 cets. Keserved Seats at
usual place. 50 cents, ter sale at the Opera
Heuse Oflice. janlO-Std
1 feel especial pride In presentlug the Oper
atic Event of the Season, a performance that
deserves the special patronage of all admirers
ei nrsi-ciass periennances. an entertainment
that w HI afford as much entire satisfaction as
did Robson and Crane.
MAIIX'S ORIGINAL AND ONLY FATI
NITZA OPERA COMPANY.
Franz Suppe's Comic Opera, in 3 acts,
THURSDAY, JANUARY 15th, 1880.
The same cast that fiiNt produced it in Xew
Yerk and Philadelphia: Miss Jeannie Winsten,
Miss Sallie Reber, Mis Alice Hesmer. Vincent
Hegan, W. A. Morgan, Russell Glever, F.
Dixen, A. H. Bell, and Thirty ethers.
The Largest and Most Expensive
Company in America.
JOHN D. MISHLBR.
Notwithstanding the gieat expense there
will be no advance in prices.
RESERVED SEATS, 75 Cts.
GALLERY, SO Cts.
Diagram at Yeckei's Oflice. junlO-Jtd
Brandy as a Medicine.
The following ai tide vVas voluntarily sent te
Mr. II. E. slaymaker, Agent ler Keigart's Old
Wine Stoie, by a prominent practising physi
cian et this count , w he has cxtensiv ely used
the Brandy leferied te in Ids regular practice.
It is commended te the attention of these af
Indigestion and Dyspepsia.
BRANDY AS A MEDICINE.
This new much abused Alcoholic Stimulant
was never intended as a beverage, lint te be
used as a medicine of ureat netencv iu the cuic
et some et the destructive diseases which
sv eep aw ay their annual thousands of victims.
With a purely philantluepic motive we pie
sent te the favorable notice et Invalids espe
cially these mulcted vv ith that miserable dis
ease Djspepsia, a specific leiuedy, which Is
nothing meie or less than
The aged, with feeble appetite and meie or
less debility, will And this simple medicine,
when used properly,
A Sovereign Remedy
erall their ills and aches. Be it, however,
stuctly understood that we pi escribe aud use
but one article, and thut is.
Sold by our enteipiising young
friend, II. E.SLAYMAKER. This
Brandy has steed the test for
trade maiik. years, and has never tailed, as far
as our cxpeiience extends, and we theietere
give It the pielerence ever all ether Brandies,
no matter w ith hew many jaw-breaking French
titles they aie branded. Oiie-feuith of the
money that is yeaily thrown away en vaiieus
impotent dj spepsia specillcs would siitlice te
biij all the Brandy te cine any such case or
cases. I it pi oef et the curative powers et
Reigart's Old Brandy,
In eases et Dyspepsia, w e can summon nun
ben. of witnesses one case in paitieular we
A hard-weiklng tanner had been alllicted
w ith an exhaustive Dyspepsia ler a number of
years; his stomach would leject almost every
Kind et foed: he had sour ciuctatiens con
stantly no appetite in tact, he was obliged te
lestiiethis diet te crackers ami stale tite.nl.
and as a beverage he used MeGrann's Reet
Beer. He is a Methodist, and then, as new,
pleached at tunes, anil m his discourses eltcn
declaimed earnestly against all kindset stieng
drink. When adv iscd te try
Reigart's Old Brandy,
In his case, he looked up with astonishment,
but after healing et its wenilerlul elleets in
the cases of some of his near acquaintances, he
at hist consented te fellow our advice. He
used the Brandy faithfully and steadily; the
flrst bottle giving him un appetite, and before
the second was taken he was a sound ni.iu.w ith
a stomach capableef digcstinganj thing vv Inch
lie chose te eat. He still keeps it and uses a lit
tle occasionally; and since lie has this medi
cine he has been of very little pecuniary bene
fit te the doctor. A Puactisine Puvsician.
II. E. SLAY3IAKER,
Reigart's Old AYmc Stere,
Established in 1785,
IMPORTER AM) DEALER IN
FINE OLD BRANDIES, SHERRIES SUPE
RIOR OLD MADEIRA, (Imported iu lSls,
1827 and l&B,) CHAMPAGNES O
EVERY BRAND, SCOTCH ALE
PORTER, BROWN STOUT.
Ne. 29 EAST KINO ST.. LasCASTEU. PA
S. KOSENIIAUM & CO.,
PACKERS OF LEAF TOBACCO. Xe. 223
i mice sircci, Lancaster, ra.
AN EXPERIENCED ItUVKK OF LEAF
Tobacco w ill make an arrangement vv ith
a geed house te buy or te buy and pack any
quantltv of Leaf Tobacco.
Addiess "II. P."
jan9-Jtdl Intelligencer Oflice.
X The President and Managers et the Lan
caster, Elizabethtew n and Middletown Turn
pike Read have this day declat ed a div idend of
one dollar and seventy-five cents ($1.7'i), en
eacli share of steik paj able alter the 5th day
et JANUARY, lb80. janll-Sfcleaw
The pi esident and managers of the Lan
caster and Susquehanna turnpike read have
declared u div idend of three and one-twelfth
per cent, en the capital stock of the company,
payable en demand at the eflice et the tie.es
uier. W. P. BRIXTON, Treasurer.
janJ-3td 33 Seuth Queen street.
OIET JtttA WISUS.
AUTHORIZED UX THE COMMON
WEALTH OF KY., and Faiiest in the
16th Popular Monthly Drawing:
COMMONWEALTH DISTRIBUTION CO.
At Macauley'a Theatre, in the City of Lonis Lenis
JANUARY 31st, 1880.
These Drawings, authorized by act et the
Legislature et 186U, and sustained by all the
courts et Kentucky (all fraudulent adv ertise ertise
mentsef ether lottery companies who claim
the sole ew nershlp el "mi the grants in Ken
tucky," te the contrary, notwithstanding), oc
cur legularlyen the last day of every month
(sunduvs excepted), and are supervised by
prominent citi.ens et the State.
Every ticket-holder can be his own
supervisor, call out his number and see it
placed in the w heel. The management call at
tentien te the grand opportunity presented of
obtaining, ler only $J, any et the following
lprlze $ 30,001
1 prize 10,000
10 prizes l,000cach lo.eoo
20 prizes 500 each 10,000
100 prizes, 100 each 10,000
200 prizes 50 each 10,000
600 prizes 20 each 12,000
1000 prizes 10 each 10,000
9 prizes 300 each, approximation pt lzes 2,700
9 prizes 200 each, " ' l.bOO
9 prizes 100 each, " " X)
1,960 prizes $112,400
Whole tickels, $2; hall tickets.!; 27 tickets
$30; 55 tickets, $100.
All applications for club rates should be made
te the home eflice.
Remit by bank draft or express. Orders of
$5 and upward, by express, can be sent at our
Full list of drawing published in Louisville
Courier-Journal and New Yerk Herald and
mailed te all ticket-holders. Fer tickets and
information address T. J. COMMERFORD,
Courier-Journal BuUding, Louisville, Ky., or
1(3 Broadway, New Yerk. U-TuT4SAw
wres:, wicli tailing iollewcu by rising bar
ometer, cloudy weather, with rain or
snow, followed by clearing weather.
Te-Day'H Session of the Legislature
son Assumes the Gov ernersliip, pre.
tern. Auugusta, Me., Jan. 12. On the as
sembling of the Senate this morning. Pi es
ident Lamson sent in a letter anneuncinsr
that he had assumed the duties of gover
nor. The letter is the same as that tele
graphed last night. Senater Ellis, of
Walde, was chosen as piesident cx-tcm-peie.
The committee en gubernatorial votes
reported the following votes were tin own
at the election held in September last :
Whole number of votes, 103.807 : neces
sary, for a choice, 09,404. Daniel F.
Davis received e'S,770, Jeseph L. Smith
47,G40, Alenzo Garcelon 21,84 1, Bien
Bradbury 203, Daniel F. David 200. The
remainder is scatteiing.
The constitutional candidates weie Dan
iel F. Davis. Jeseph L. Smith. Alenzo Gar
celon and Bien Bradbury. On the prene?
sitien of the Senate te held a joint conven
tion for the pui pose of qualifv ing the act
ing governor, Mr. Lecke, of Cumberland,
made a lengthy speech, in which he re
viewed the action of the governor and coun
cil, and took up the cases of the counted-out
membeis and the counts upon which they
were counted out. Mr. Lecke claimed that
the certificates issued by the governor and
council te theso net chosen were net legal,
the acts passed by such a body would net
be recognized by the ceuits or observed
by the people.
Mr. Barker and 3Ir. Strickland leplied,
claiming that te all intents and purposes
there is a legal Legislature, the members
holding certificates from the governor and
council. They meant as honorable gentle
men te de the fair thing when an investi
gation should take place befeie a proper
committee of the Legislattue.
The joint convention was formed and in
the presence of the secictary of state and
several membeis of council, Jehn D. Lam
son took the oath and was proclaimed as
acting governor of the state of Maine.
But sixty members weie present in the
Heuse, and that body adjourned without
the transaction of any business.
PIIIL'A & READING It. K.
Annual Review of its Operations.
The shareholders of the Reading railroad
company held their annual meeting te-day,
at which the reports of the raihead com.
pany and of the coal and iien company
were read, show ing a cash deficit in the
two companies of 970,938.57, an incieascd
deficit ever last year of $140,008.0:5. Te
this cash deficit must be added 1,81G,899,
being the amount of the year's iKcd
chaigcs previously paid in scrip.
The deficit is due te the low pi ices of
coal pievailing dining the year and the
managcis picscnt estimates for the com
ing year based upon the improved condi
tion of the coal trade and the general
levival of manufactuiing industiy, show
ing an earning capacity for 1880 equal te
twelve per cent, en the share capital of
the company. An election was held for
eflieers an-l all the old eiliceis
The Afternoon TelegratiK.
On Sattuday, at Belleville, hid., while
"William Milliken and Henry Ciane vvcic
fighting about a deg, Elwood Milliken, son
of the former, came te the assistance of his
father, fatally stabbed Crane, and escaped.
The Washington police have anestcd
Babe Bedford, Edward Queen, Sandy
Piim and Ben Jehnsen, all colored, charg
ed with the minder of Geeige Iliith in
that city, en "Wednesday last. They weie
taken te jail under a strong guard of
mounted police, and followed by a laigc
crowd of men and boys. Gi cat excitenn nt
prevails ever the affair.
The steamship Arragon, from Biistel,
Eng., Dec. 19, believed te be lest, anived
at New Yeik this morning.
The Schuylkill county Iiejmhlican con
vention te-day elected Gen. Jack Siegfried
chairman and instructed for J. A. M. Pass Pass
mere for auditor general.
The Parncll Irish relief meeting in Phil
adelphia en Satuiday night was a giaud
success. Gee. "W. Childs sent his check
Fever is epidemic in the neithcin prov
inces of the former Kingdom of Naples,
wheie in a population of 02,000, the sick
number 32,000, and since July the mortali
ty reached 3,423.
In Yerk en Saturday night an alterca.
tien took place in fient of Welsh's saloon
between Constable AV. B. Kuby and Otte
Steiningcr, in which Steiningcr was shot
in the right side by lluby. Twe hours
afterwards AI. L. Carsen's cigar store was
burned out and Henry Hubley's adjoining
saddlery badly damaged by fire.
Near Bcalville, Montgomery county
Md., en Saturday, Gee. Peck, a negre, at
tempted te outrage Miss Ida Hayes, a well
known young lady. Yesterday morning
the lynchers took him out of the jail and
hung him te a tree in front of the Presby
The Senate te day passed the military
academy appropriation bill and then went
into executive session. In the Heuse bills
were offered and duly referred.
Jeseph Halfner, who killed Jacob Gerber
at Andalusia, Bucks county, in a dispute
about beard money, committed suicide
in the county jail last night by cutting his
threat,ymd was found dead by his wife
when she was admitted te his cell this
ASSIGNKD KSTATK OF GL'OROK DECK
BKG'K, of the borough of Columbia, Lan
caster county. Pa. The undersigned Auditor
appointed te distribute the balance remaining
iu the hands et William Harm, assignee, te
und among these legally entitled te the same,
will sit ter that purpose en TUKsDAY, JAN
UARY 11, 10, at 10 o'clock a. in., in the Library
Roem et the Court Heuse, in the city of Lan
caster, where all persons inteiestcd in said dis
tribution may attend.
W. II. ROLAND,
The Annual Election for Trustees of the
Lancaster Cemetery, will be held en TUES
DAY, FEIIRUAR1 3, 1880, between the hours
of 10 and 11 o'clock, a. m., at the Grape Hetel.
., jvuvv '. ltlVkC7l iUC.
yaw quiet and dull ; Southern and Penn'tf
white 4Ss'50c: Western white 4SK50c;
H cstern mixed 474Sc. -tw-.
Rye neglected ; T cstern 9Sc ; Pa. 9Sc
1 revisions dull; mtss perk $14 00: beer
hams flfioeffilGSO; India iness beef '
icon smoked shoulders 5ic: saltde4Vc:
SeS?1 1Uns 9Uiei Pickled temfS
aril linn: eltv tutti.. kia . ,, , .... .
t in .,H, ;.:...." wX "' ' '""" uu.c-uera
C ? ii ri m ttttMttri tin
;JsV. .' .. JtlT,a "emann ; creamery ex
tra.t2SS4e: Bradford county and N. Y. extra
2i2sc; Western reserve extra at 24325c
de geed te choice lS23c : rolls quiet Penn'a
extra 22i?ile: western reserve iitm
If lltf dLW 1 aamh ..m.1 - . v
Eggs drooping ; Choice Punu'a 13c ; We
Cheese stronger : N. V. factory 13Kc ; western
full cream 12JiJc;de ler geed
Petroleum dull ; Refined 7Jc.
Whisky $1 ijl
i 'j-w Yerk, Jan. U-Fleur-State and Western
.-LU""-". iu ,,Hyw' favor; superflnu state
$j 0U. M ; extra de $5 505 U5 ; choice de $6 OOO
i-Ua,!c' l! W407 73; round hoop Ohie
$.Wt,j0: choice de $r 557 73; superflue
wt's'''rn,()e3'",5n: common te geed extra de
JjSOgU 00; choice dodo $COSS50; choice white
wheat de $4 507: Southern quiet; common
!S-nX,ixtra w 75? Koea cholce de
$0 S.S 50.
.VIlJ-''l,sl,rlnS1uiet awl nominal; Winter
ifS?cA!;,r..amlVL'ry ,lu"; - - White Feb.
$ olffll51vj:e.2 Iced Feb.Jl SSJiQl 54; de
Coine lower and dull: Mixed Western
spin Jesrjjyic : no I
future 5s3yi c.
Oats dull and heavv
atate 4s51c; West-
PlItLADKU'illA, Jan. Ii.
e. , 12.30 p.m.
Pennab's- (thha issue) 103
Philadelphia & Eric. IS !
Lehigh Valley. 52'
United Ces. of N.J IV,
Xeitlieiu Pacific J3
" Preferred 57
Aerthern Central si
Lehigh Navigation :i7Vf
Central Transmutation Ce. 41!
litis., iiiusviue Jt liiillale. i.i'f
XBW OKIE, .Ian. 12.
Stocks huev ant.
N. Y. Central 1st
i ric... .....a....... ........ 4t3 2
ivu.iins repress juj
Michigan Central W
Michigan Southern lei'J
Illinois Central el'
Cleveland & Pittsburgh 10SJ?
Chicago. Recklsl.md 152 "
Pittsbuigh & Fett Wayne.. ll.4
Western Union Tel. Ce leJ'i
Teledo A Wali.Mh 44)J
Aew Jerscv Central biy.
Piiilaiilli'iiia, Jan. 12. Cattle market falrlv
active; receipts 2,000 head ; prime 6c; goedSg
5-;4c; ; medium 4J-3c; common 3!J4c.
Micep market active ; receipts 2,300 head ;
piimebjc; geed 3'40e; medium 55c;
Heg maiket dull ; receipts 4,530 head ;
inline 7J7c ; geed 7c; fair 0c; com
I,-!TATi: OF 1'IIILIP FINGEK, LATE OP
li the City of Lancaster, deceased.
Letters of administration en said estate hav
ing been granted te the undersigned, all per
sons indebted te said decedent are requested
te make immediate settlement, and these hav
ing claims or demands against the estate et
said decedent te make known the same te the
undersigned without delay, residing in said
Wm. Aue. Atlee, Attorney. n22-0tdeaw
INSTATE OF PETER LONG, OF LANCAS
Jj TER City, Penn'a, deceased. The under
signed Auditor, appointed te distribute the
balance remaining in the hands of Rev. Wil
liam T. Gerhard, Executer of the last will and
testament of Peter Leng, deceased, te and
among these legally entitled te the same, will
sit ler that purpose en SATURDAY, JANU
ARY 31, lt0, at le o'clock a. in., in the Library
Roem et the Court Heuse, in the city of Lan
caster, where all persons interested iu said dis dis
tubutien may attend.
jauC-itdl REN J. F. DA Vis, Auditor.
ESTATE OFCIIAKLES E. itl AILLY, LATE
of Lancaster city, deceased. The under
signed Auditor, appointed te distribute the
balance rem. lining iu the hands et J. W. V.
hwitt, administrator et said estate, te and
among these legally entitcd te the same, will
sit for that purpose en WEDN ESDAY. the 21st
dayet JANUARY, lsse, at 10 o'clock, a. m., in
the Library Roem of the Court Heuse, Iu the
eitj et Lancaster, wheie all persons Interested
in said distiibiitien may attend.
W. U. IIENSEL,
ESTATE OF GEORGE W. ZELL, LATE
of Lancaster city, deceased. Letters of ad
ministration en saiii estate having been grant
ed te the undersigned, all persons indebted te
said decedent aie requested te make immedi
ate pa incut, and these having claims or de
mands against the same will present them
without delay ler settlement te the under
signed, residing In Lancaster city.
Alex. Harris, Attorney. nl4-tdeaw
ESTATE OF IIAR1IARA ROSENFELD,
late or Lancaster city, deceased. Letters
testamentary en said estate having been grant
ed te the undersigned, ail persons indebted te
said dcccdcnture rcquesteit te makciiniuedi tte
settlement and these havingclaluiserdcinatids
against the estate et said decedent te make
known the same te the undersigned without
delay, residing In Lancaster city,
Jlli. JS. .L.K1S
The undersigned Auditor, appointed by
tin: Court et Common Pleas of Lancaster coun
ty te distribute the b.il.mee remaining iu the
hands of William A. Atlee, surviving trustee
under a mortgage given by the Lancaster Ag
ricultural Park association, dated May C, 1S71,
recorded lit the Rcceruer's office et Lancaster
county, in mortgage book Ne. 21, page 2M), te
and among these legally entitled te the same,
will sit for that purpose en WEDNESDAY,
DEC. 31, 1879, at 10 o'clock, a in.. In the library
room et the coin t house. In the City of Lancas
ter, where all persons interested in said distri
bution may attend.
4 SSIGNED INSTATE OF EDWARD S
J. 1SRYAX and v. ite, of Ceney township
Lancaster county. Ihe undersigned auditor
appointed te distribute thu balance rem. lining
in tiie hands et Jehn II. Epler, assignee, te and
among these legally entitled te the same, will
sit for that purpose en SATURDAY, JANU
ARY 17, IHdO, at 10 o'clock a. m., iu the Library
Roem et the Court Heuse, in thu city et Lan
caster, where all persons interested in said dis
tribution may attend.
11. F. MONTGOMERY.
INSTATE OF JOHN JOHNS, LATE OF
!i Maner township, deceased. The under
signed Auditor, appointed te distribute the
balance remaining in the hands of Christian
Jehns, administrator of thu estate of Jehn
Jehns, ilec'd. te and among these legally en
titled te thu same, will sit ter that purpose en
FRIDAY, JANUARY 23, A. D. 1880, at 2 o'clock
p. m., in the Library Roem of the Court Heuac,
in the city of Lancaster, where ail persons in
terested in said distribution may attend.
decKKltw E. II. YUNDl'.Audlter.
ASSIGNED ESTATE OF MARY E. KEN
NEDY, of btr.Lsburg borough, Lancaster
county Mary E. Kennedy, et btrasburg
borough, liaving by deed of voluntary assign
ment, assigned anil transferred ad her estate
and effects te the undersigned, ler the benefit
of the creditors of the said Mary E. Kenned y,he
therclers gives neticu te all persons indebted
te said assigner, te make pa ment te the un
dersigned without delay, and these having
claims te present them te
SAMUEL S. EWING, Assignee.
J. W. F Swiit, Att'y. lecl7-0tw
SSIGNED ESTATE OF THOMjvS N.
Mcsparran and wife, of Drumore tow n
ship, Lancaster county. Themas N. Mcspar
ran and wife, of Drumore township, having by
deed of voluntary assignment, dates December
23, 187J, assigned and transferred all their cs
tate and effects te the undersigned, fertius ben
efit of the creditors of the said Themas N. M
Sparran. lie therefore gives notice te all ier ier
sens Indebted te said assigner, te make pay
ment te the undersigned without delay, and
these having claims te present them te
JAMES G. McsPARRAN,
Assignee. Residing in Drumore Twp.
II. B. Swark. Att'y. dec31-CtwS
LOCHER'S COUGH SYRUP CURES CONSUMPTION.