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, LANCASTER DAILY IJVTElilJGENCE?, TUESDAY, JANUARY 13, 1880. . '
THE IMPORTANT QUESTION.
LANCASTER' COUNTY REPUBLICANS.
Heg Ringers for Blaine Bull Ringer fur
Lancaster .Special te the PhU'a Prc-s.
Se far as Lancaster is concerned en the
presidential question, there is but one out
spoken Grant newspaper, the Examiner
and Express. All the ethers are opposed
te the third term, but united for Wash
burne, bherman or any geed iiepuuiican
who has a prospect of winning. The Nea
Era is for Maine primarily, Washburne
second, and only against Grant en the
third term plea, being opposed te a viola
tion of the unwritten law of the country.
The Inquirer is opposed te a third term
and the Velfafreund, an iniluential Ger
man organ, is also opposed te the third
term, and will se declare in its next issue.
The Intkm.ieenckr, Democratic, is for
Tilden, if he is nominated, or any ether
Democrat. A majority of our bankers and
leading professional ami business men are
for Blaine. In Columbia, the next import
ant town in the county, the editor of the
TV. Republican, is for Maine.
The editor of the Ceurnnt, Republican,
is opposed te the third term, although he
thinks Grant is popular, and the editor of
llie Herald, Democratic, is ler iiiuen,
while nine out of ten Republicans arc for
Maine. The boroughs in this county may
he judged fiem the following despatches
received by your correspondent :
An Acrobat' I'ositlen.
I. 1. Wickcrsliam, state superintendent
of public instructien: ' I was up in the
western part of Pennsylvania lat week and
am mingling almost constantly 1 may say,
with the people in every section of the
state. As far as I am able te judge Maine
is most spoken of. There seems te be a
wide-spread feeling that the nomination of
Grant would be a questionable policy and
detrimental te the best interests of the
party. Having no prejudices against him
myself, I de net wish him president, pre
ferring iustead Mr. Maine, bhcrman is
little thought of. The Germans are quite
generally opposed te a thiid term and seem
te think it means empire. Tliev represent
a large vote in the state, and it will net de
te .slight them."
An Extra -Judicial Deliverance.
Judge I). AW Pattersen: "As for
myself alone I would rather see Grant
president than any one else. Southern
Democrats fear him mere than any six
men. My conservative convictions, how
ever, lead me te doubt the policy of a
third term. Jehn Sherman would net
i tin well in this county. Neither would
"Washburne. Maine in iny second choice."
Tin; Street Committee's Calculation.
Majer R. "W. Shcnk, banker and lawyer :
" Maine, personally and politically, has
nothing against him. He is my choice,
Jir.-a mid last, and 1 am confident that he
would bring out llie full vote of the
tally. I have net given thought te a
second choice. I have nothing against
General Grant, but want no third-term
Tells the Truth, but Fear te Own It.
A prominent attorney said, who did net
wish his name te appear : " Wheninenice
Giant gathered about him a horrible set of
associates. If he is put in again he will
repeat the operation. William M. Evarts
is my choice, but he does net stand the
ghost of a chance. Blaine's altitude en the
Chinese question was that of a demagogue.
At the Cincinnati convention I hoped he
would get the nomination. New I feel
different. Xext te Evarts give me Jehn
A Squeazcd Lemen.
William Leaman, attorney : The da'
the news leached us in 187t that Blaine
had lest the nomination there was a feeling
of chagrin and discontent in Lancaster
eeunty. There was none en my part for I
was against him. Grant would new be
satisfactory te me, although I have some
objections te him. "Washburne is un
thought of in this community, but he is
my favorite. My greatest objection te
Grant is that if nominated he would be de
feated. Bayard suits as a Democratic can
Little Hey Itluc IIluc Diens Up His liern.
A. C. Reinechl, attorney, was deputy
secretary of the commonwealth under
Geary and llartranft. He has been in the
Legislature and is te be a candidate for the
Senate at the ensuing primaries : " Blaine
is my man iirst and last. Grant, never. A
third term is against the avowed principles
of the Republican party. During the three
weeks just passed I have mingled much
with the people in different-parts of Lan
caster county. The general sentiment is
for Blaine. There is no doubt that Wash-
burne would make a strong candidate. As
far as Grant's history is concerned new is a
geed time for him te step."
E. K. Martin, attorney : " I prefer
"Washburne, with Blaine as second choice
Te be sure, Washburne is but little known
here, but that will all come out light bye
and bye. I knew him te be a brave and
honest man, and he comes of a geed
Joins Hand Acress a ItleiMly Chasm.
J. Hay Brown, lawyer : " I am for
Grant first, from conviction, but 1 fear
that his boom is nothing but a maneeuvre
for Sherman. That I will never submit te
and am willing at any time te join hands
with the anti-Cameren men te fight against
Jehn Sherman in favor of Baine. I have
had as geed facilities as any man in the
county te get the drift of public sentiment.
The ether day I had a conversation with
Benjamin Wisslcr and Henry S. Eberly,
two of the leading Republicans of Clay
township, and Mr. Leng, a member of the
county committee from Drumerc. They
say that the people in their districts favor
Grant, and would take oil their coats te
work for him. It is safe te predict that
the delegates te the national convention
will go there prepared te cast their ballets
in his interest.
Hark! Frem the Hack Oliicu!
J. W. Jehnsen, cx-atterney and ex
chairman of the county committee :
" Blaine for me first and last, because I
like him and the people like him ; Sher
man if necessary ler the party's interest.
Grant would be tee heavy a lead te carry."
He "Respects" Grant.
B. F. Eshlcman, district attorney and
chairman of the county cemmittee: "1
will vote any ticket which the Republican
party sees 'fit te set up. I have had a
number of people through the county write
me, and they were all for Grant. I have
had no official letters mentioning Blaine's
name It would net be fair te say that I
am net a Grant man or that I am. I re
spect him and believe that he would be a
Up te Snuff.
Hen. Henry C. Demuth, member of the
Legislature: "Grant first and all the
time. Seme people in this town prefer
Blaine, and there's no telling but that he
may make the ring ' "
Grant and Civil Service Reform.
C. F. Ebcrman, deputy collector of in
ternal revenue : " Grant every day in the
week and don't you forget it."
J. M. W. Geist, editor 2Tew Era : " I
was for Blaine in 1870 and am new.
Washburne is gaining ground and may
prove the dark horse in the race There
is net a man who would leeive my sup
port quicker. It is likely te be in Chicago
as it was in Cincinnati. There will be a
need for some one te fall back en as a
compromise and Washburne stands the
best chance. Blaine's attitude en the
Chinese question prejudiced many against
him, and his connection with the Credit
Mebilier. as shown in his record published
by the Cincinnati papers at the time of
the convention, also did much te injure
The German Tete.
C. Rine Baer, editor Velksfreund, the
only German Republican German paper
published in Lancaster county : "Next
weekM shall begin a series of articles
against a third term. Ne preference will
be avowed for any particular candidate. I
am willing te support either Blaine or
Washburne, and am somewhat inclined te
wards the latter. I he Pennsylvania Ger
mans arc bitterly opposed te Grant."
Majer Elwood Greist. editor Inquirer:
"My admiration for Grant is great, but
his nomination would be a mistaken policy
and almost certain te result in defeat,
party leaders should net forget that there
is a deep seated opposition among the rank
and file against a third term. Blaine is the
favorite of Lancaster county, and he is also
Give Him Hack His Old Commander.
J. A. Hit-stand, editor Examiner and
Express, was naval officer at the pert of
Philadelphia during the whole of the
Grant regime. When Hayes came in his
resignation was requested: "Grant ler
me. I'd ve'e for Blaine as cheerfully,
although I object te the position he took
en the Chinese question. It was weak,
and his attitude en the Force bill was
weaker. Washburne is a tiptop man.
Conkling is out of the contest, and there
is little Sherman sentiment here.'"
The Press correspondent rcpeits the
Strasburg Republicans averse te a third
term and for Maine ; Mount Jey's ten rep
resentative Republicans include five Grant
men, two for Blaine, one each for Conk Cenk
ling and Washburne, and the ether "agin
Grant ;"' Marietta is largely for Grant.
Last night- Samson Saunders and James
Tarr, employees at the Penn Iren works,
both of them being under the inlluencc of
liquor, get into a difficulty near the shops,
and arriving at Willliam II. Kehring's
hotel at the corner of Chestnut and Plum
street, the quarrel was renewed, and Tarr,
who is a powerful man, violently assaulted
Saunders, knocking him down and hurting
him very badly. Gee. Ehrliart, Kehring's
bar-tender, made complaint of drunken
and disorderly conduct against Tarr,
Saunders and Jehn II. Brown and
they were arrested anil locked up for a
hearing before Alderman A. F. Dennelly
at '2 o'clock this afternoon. At the hear
ing Ehrliart failed te appear and the men
were discharged. Then Saunders made
complaint of assault and battery against
Tarr and Brown, but this complaint was
withdrawn en the accused paying the costs
and premising te purchase a coat for Saun
ders. Henry Welssen was sent te jail for 13
days by Alderman Barr, this afternoon, for
being drunk and disorderly.
i'atiility at Middleteivn.
The following telegram has been receiv
ed at this office :
IIakuisucke, Pa., Jan. 13. At Middle
town, Pa., this morning, Thes. Newman,
colored, accidentally set lire te the build
ings at Cameren furnace, and the tunnel
head and part of the gangway were de
stroyed. Newman was burned te death.
The less by fire will net exceed $2,.i00.
A special te the Intelligencer says :
" At 1 o'clock this morning, while Themas
Numan. colored, night filler at the Cam Cam
eeon furnace, was iu the act of filling a
lighted coal oil lamp, the oil in a can
caught fiic and exploded, setting fire te
the framework of the furnace and burning
it te the ground. Before Numan could
escape the flames enveloped him and
burned him te a crisp, lie leaves a wife
and three small children. The less te the
furnace company is estimated at $2,000 ;
partially insured. "
Murray te the Frent Sheid a Geed Second.
At 2 o'clock this afternoon the score of
the pedestrians at Franke's garden was as
lollews : Murray, 103 miles ; Shcid, 102 ,
Pierce, 100 ; McCaffrey, 02 ; Harvey, SO.
At neon te-day Sheid was a few miles te
the front, but Murray came upon the track
seen after dinner, walked splendidly while
the ethers were resting and took the lead as
above stated. All the men are reported as
being in geed condition and confident of
1'eaeh lSiittem Railway.
The stockholders of the Peach Bettem
railway company held their annual meet
ing at Delta yesterday. The total earn
ings from all sources last year were $32,
703.20. 'a decrease of $1,831.00 compared
with 1878, though the percentage of oper
ating expenses has been lessened and the
floating debt cut down from $29,950 te
$11,723. The following officers were
President Charles R. McCenkey.
Directors W. Latimer Small, Michael
Schall, William Wallace, William G. Rese,
Jehn Humphrey, Samuel Dickey, Jehn A.
Alexander, Rebert B. Patterson, J. Pen
rose Ambler,' Charles II. Stubbs, Isaac
THE POLITICAL CONUNDRUM.
Which the ' Tress " Should Send a Reporter
Is Ex-Ce. Commissioner S. M. Myers X
Alderman Spurrier X Protheuotary Mc
Mcllen Select Councilman J. A. Bering
X Clerk of the Senate Cochran X Consta
If net, why net?
Dig Tobacco Hay."
Photographer Win L. Gill has mounted
a very geed picture which he succeeded in
taking of the scene en West Chestnut
street, last Saturday, when that great
avenue of the tobacco trade was thronged
with the numerous wagons engaged in de
livering the crop.
We are indebted te Merris Gershcl for
copies of Australian papers the Argus, a
large 12-page paper, and the Australian
Skctcher, lG-pagc illustrated paper, some
what larger than Harper's Weekly, and
filled with finely executed engravings.
This afternoon at Parkesburg Samuel
Peters, a flagman en the local freight,
while engaged in coupling cars, had one of
his arms badly crashed. He was brought
te this city en the fast line and from here
taken te his home in Columbia.
Win. Williams, colored, charged with
the larceny of lap blankets belonging te
Mr. Bailey, had a final hearing before Al
derman Spurrier last evening, and in de
fault of bail was committed te answer at
q nailer sessions court.
Death of a Herse.
A black mare named Sadie, which was
driven in a baggage wagon of Fred. Brim
mer's for a number of years, died 'at the
livery stable Last evening.
Gene te Reading;.
Mr. T. Wallace Reilly, of this city, left for
Reading this afternoon, where lie proposes
te engage in business.
Ad Net Postmaster Marshall.
The following despatch concerns Mr.
Hayes's postal appointments :
"Washington, Jan. 13. The Senate in
executive session te-day cenGrmed the
nominations of A. C. F. Reed te be post
master at Mount Jey and Isaac Moorhead
postmaster at trie, Pa.
Schaeffer, who beat Sexten, and
Eugene Carter, another expert with the
cue, will be in Lancaster next week, and
give an exhibition at Power's saloon.
The Soup Heuse.
This morning there was quite a demand
for soup, and 432 rations were given out.
The Bible society meeting ter this evening
lias been postponed until next Tuesday even
ing, at St. Paul's Reformed church.
Change of Firm.
As will be seen by our advertising columns
the linn of Diller & Sheibly, dealers in coach
makers' supplies, has been dissolved, and the
business will hereafter be carried en at the old
stand, 45 anil 47 Market street, by Hurrv V.
" Under the Gaslight." Tills eveninjr Augus
tin Daly's "Under the Gaslight" will be played
with Gus Phillips ("Oefty Geeff) in the char
acter of Snerkey, the one armed railroad mes
senger. Mr. Phillips lias made quite-a hit in
tills character, and has just concluded a suc
cessful engagement at the Arch Street theatre,
Philadelphia. The railroad scene in the play
is said te be very exciting. The prices are us
low us they can well be made, and that is suill
cicnt te draw a large house.
" Fatinitza." The production et Ven Suppe's
comic opera of " Fatinitza," en Thursday
evening, by Malm's celebrated company prom-
i-es te be a brilliant event. The company by
which it will be given comprises the original
cast that gave the work its wide-spread popu
larity, and is acknowledged te be the best or
ganizatien Uiat lias played the opera ; having
achieved brilliant successes at the Fifth Ave
nue, Chestnut. Bosten and ether leading the
atres of the country. It lias appeared in every
city in Manager Mishlcr's circuit during the
present season, except Lancaster, and next
week opens iu an extended engagementut the
Arch S treat theatre, Philadelphia. The cast
comprises ever thirty talented vocalists and
actors, and in view el the extreme scarcity of
really li rat-class amusements here during the
past week or two, a large audience may be
looked for en Thursday evening.
Dr. Greenwald's Discourses en KeinaiiNm.
All Diseases Cured by Dr. Greene.
Dissolution of Partnership.
Meeting of the G. A. I!.
further details see advei Using
Don't Kub Oil' the Euauiel
of the teeth with gritty preparations,
teeth are tee valuable te be trilled with,
gene, you must have lalsc ones or
yourself through life. Use SOZODOXT, which
contains no grit. It cleanses the mouth and
vitalizes the secretion. jltMwdeetl
Mu. It. ScUAKi'Eit, Xe. 31 Brown street, Alle
gheny City, Pa., had the Jtlieuinatixmer citlit
iicars, and had used every known medicine
without relief. A single bottle of St. Jacobs
Oil cured him.
SPECIAL x or IVES.
Ne Mere Hard Times.
If you will step spending se much en line
clothes, rich feed and style, buy geed, healthy
feed, cheap anil better clothing : get mere real
and substantial things of life every way, and
especially step the foolish habit of employing
expensive quack doctors or using se much et
the vile humbug medicine that does you only
harm, but put your trust in that simple, pure
remedy. Hep Bitters, that cures always, at a
trifling cost, and you will see geed times and
havegoed health. See another column.
Try Lecher's Cough Syrup.
It is impossible te overestimate the value of
a remedy which se perfectly controls the an
noying and dangorens affections of the pulmo
nary organs. Dr. Browning's C. & C. Cordial
never falls when taken strictly in accordance
with directions. Dr. Browning, proprietor,
1117 Arch street, Philadelphia. Sold by all
druggists. Price 50 cents per bottle.
Mimv ladies misinterpret their sufferings.
Try a"boxef "Sellers' Liver Pills." Sold by
A Democrat Cured.
A leading Democrat of Burlington, Mr. E. M.
Sutten speaks in the highest terms of the cura
tive power of the celebrated Kidney-Wert. It
first cured him et a distressing Kidney disease,
and he new uses it whenever he has any symp
toms of biliousness or needs toning up. It
acts efficiently en the bowels, and cures the
worst eases et piles. jl2-lwd&w
Mr. Gadbois, of Breckvillc, Canada, alter be
ing cured of a prostrating malarial disease con
tracted in Texas, by means of Warner's Sate
Pills and Safe Bitters, writes te us : " I shall
never travel in that climate without your Safe
Pills and Safe Bitters as part of my outfit."
Pure Spices at Lecher's Drug Stere.
Coughs. " Jirewrts Bronchial Troches'" are
used with advantage te alleviate Codehs, Serb
Tuueat, Hoarseness, and Buencuial Aotec Aetec Aotec
tiens. Fer thirty years these Troches have
been in use, with annually increasing favor.
They are net new and untried, but, having
been tested by wide and constant use for near
ly an entire generation, they have attained
well-merited rank among the few staple reme
dies of the age. J13-lwdTThS&w
"Dr. Sellers' Cough Syrup," without excep
tion, has given satisfaction. Our readers give
it a trial. Druggists keep it. Price 25 cents
Don't Ge te the Seashore,
unless you are able ; but if you need a tonic te
overcome the depression caused by the sum
mer heat use the celebrated Kidney-Wert. It
has wonderful invigorating properties, but
acts en natural principles as it is prepared
without the use of liquors. jl2-lwd&w
Try Lecher's Cough Syrup.
Statistics prove that twenty-live per cent,
of the deaths in our larger cities arc caused by
consumption, and when we reflect that this
terrible disease in its worst stage will yield te
a bottle of Lecher's Renowned Ceugli Syrup,
shall we condemn the sufferers ler their neg
ligence, or pity them for their ignorance?
Use Lechor's Herse and Cattle Powders.
A Mether's Grict.
The pride of a mother, the life and joy of a
home, are her children, hence ncr grief when
sickness enters and takes them away. Take
warning then, that you are running a terrible
risk, if they have a Cough, Croup or Whooping
Cough, whicli lead te Consumption, if you de
net attend te it at once. Shiloh's Consump
tion Cure is guaranteed te cure them. Price 10
cents, 50 cents und.$l. Fer lame Back, Side,
or Chest, use Shiloh's Pereus Plaster. Price
25 cents. Sold by D. Heitshu, Lancaster, and
M. L. Davis, Millersville.
The Best I Ever Knew Of.
J. G. Starkey, a prominent and influential
Citizen of Iowa City, says: "1 have had the
Dyspepsia, and Liver Complaint for several
years, and have used every Remedy I could
hear of, without any relief whatever, until 1
saw your Shiloh's italizer advertised in our
p;ipcr, and was persuaded te try it. lam happy
te state that it has entirely cured me. It is cer
tainly the best Remedy I ever knew of." Price
75 cents. Sold by D. Heitshu, Lancaster, and
M. L. Davis. Millersville.
Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy.
A marvelous Cure for Catarrh, Diphtheria
Canker Meuth, and Head Ache. With each
bottle there is an ingenious nasal Injector for
the mere successful treatment of tne com
plaint, without extra charge. Price 50 cents.
Sold by D. Heitshu, Lancaster, and M. L. Davis,
Geed Weaver. Jan. 11, 1880, at the Reformed
parsonage, in New Helland, by Rev. D. W.
Gerhard, Isaac Geed, of Upper Leacock, te
Miss Fianna G. Weaver, of Caernarvon.
Beixer. In this city, en .Tan. 11, 1880, Rein
hard Reiner, in the 54th year et bis age.
His relatives and friends, also Test 81, G. A.
R., are respectfully invited te attend the fun
eral from his late residence. Ne. 130 Derwart
street, en Wednesday morning, at 'J o'clock.
High mass at St. Jeseph's church. Interment
in St. Jeseph's cemetery. 2td
Yest In tills city, en Januarv 12. lSSt. Frank
Albert, only child et Albert and Clariuda S.
Yest, aged 4 years, 6 months and 3 days.
Se when my latest breath
Shall rend the vail in twain.
By death I shall escape from death
And lite eternal gain.
The relatives and friends are respectfully in
vited te attend the funeral from his parents'
residence, Ne. GC9 West Orange street, en to
morrow (Wednesday) afternoon, at 2 o'clock
interment in Lancaster cemetery. it
A Cuffund Geld Cuff Butten, with the ini
tial " II." upon it. The tinder will be libcmlly
rewarded bv leaving it at Adams Express
JT Large Heuse, Xe. 120 North Marv
Possession at once,
inquire at 55 West King
INSURE VOUK PItOFEKTY IN THE HEST
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f.lWrllOTVn linn 1 . 1 Ul
NSURE YOUB PROFEBTYIN BEL?AISLE
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Insurance nt lowest rates. Geed and lleli
able Companies. IIKRR & STAUFFEIi.
Beat Estate & Ins. Agts., 3 N. Duke St.
GREEXWALD'S DISCOURSES OX
Keiuanism. in full, are in nress and will
be ready in a tew weeks at the Bookstore e'"
JOHN BAKU'S SONS,
ltd Xe. 13 Xertli Queen Street.
"1 A. K.
vj. The members of Gee. II. Themas Pest
Xe. ftl are requested te meet at their hull to
morrow (Wednesday) morning, at 8 o'clock
sharp, te attend the funeral of their late com
rade, R. Reiner. Uniferm: Dark overcoat,
cap and white gloves. By request of the family
a full attendance is desired. By order of
II. McELltOY, Commander.
II. C. Weidli:r, Adj. iti
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT AN
JA application will lie made for a charter for
a corporation te be known as the "Lancaster
Light and Heat Company," under the act of
20th of April, 1S74, entitled " An act te provide
for the incorporation and regulation of certaiu
corporations." The object of said corporation
is te manufacture and supply light (ether than
gas) and heat within the county of Lancaster.
B. FRAXK ES1ILEM AX,
j 13-Stdeaw Solicitor for Applicant.
X On TUESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 13,
1SS0, will be sold at the Leepard Hetel, East
King street, a two-story Brick Dwelling, con
taining 8 rooms, situated en the nertli side el
East Lemen street, Ne. 135; let fronts 21 feet,
, uiiii in uepiu aw icct, 10 a n-ieei wiae nuev.
i This property lias a two-story Brick Back
Building and two-story Frame Back Building.
Sale te commence at 7 o'clock n. m. Condi
tiens made known by
T. B. IREDALE.
Hkskv Shubkut, Auct. ijan8-5td
XJOTICE IS nEKEBY GIVEN THAT THE
1 partnership between Alfred Diller and
II. W. Slieiblv. latclv the firm of Diller A
Sheibly. was dissolved en the 12th day of Janu
ary, 1SS0. Ail the accounts of the firm are in
the hands et II. W. Sheibly. and all debts due
te tne urm are te ne pain te him at Nes. 45 and
47 Market street, this city.
ltd HARRY W. SHEIBLY'.
1 The business of the late firm of DILLER
A SHEIBLY will be continued bv the sub
scriber, at the old stand, Nes. 45 and 47 Market
street, this city, under the name of HARRY W.
SHEIBLY. The generous patronage offered
the old Ann is asked fort lie new, and the favors
el" the public generally are respectfully solic
ited by HARRY W. SHEIBLY.
(Same as used by Tobacco Samplers), Heavy
Railroad Beard any Celer. Alse,
Contract and Receipt Beeks at
the Lewest Prices,
DR. GREENE is ready te enre all diseases
by external applications of medicine. During
18 months practice in Reading, he lias treated
ever 1,000 patients, many et them from ether
cities and towns iu the United States, 70 of
them from Lancaster; hundreds are cured, and
no one has died under his charge, and
only three persons have died during that
time who have been treated by him, and
they died nway from Reading and under their
physician's care. Over 1,150 deaths occurred
in Reading during his sojourn there. Having
taken up his residence iu Lancaster, he will be
in his offices all day.
Call and see him and he will give you a list
of cases cured of all diseases of the body.
A. A. McIIese, of Reading, Nev. 13, 1879, says:
Dr. Greene removed from my neck a tumor of
the size of a hen's egg, in 15 days, without cut
ting or separating, causing me any pain or the
less of a drop et bleed. His certificate is en
dorsed by the autographs et Jesse G. Hawley,
proprietor of the Eagle; T. C. Zimmerman,
proprietor of The Times and Dispatch ; G. W.
Grant, pestmnster; II. A. Tyson, mayor, and
ex-Mayer Evans, nil of Reading.
Consultation free. Catarrh cured for 50
cents. Cure quick for Catarrh sent te any ad
dress for 50 cents. 1C page pamphlet free.
Will seen commence a ceurse of lectures en
DR. O. A. GREENE,
(31 Years Experience),
j 13-CmdTu.ThftS Ne. 236 N. Queen St.
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iu the Ixtellieexceu, wlie wants something
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and Thirty-one Thousand Eight
Hundred and Thirty-eight Dollars.
All invested in the best securities. Lesses
promptly paid. Fer policies call en
RIFE A KAUFMAN,
Ne: 19 East King St.
, Lancaster, Pa.
"KCLTON OFERA HOUSE.
TUESDAY, JANUARY 13, 1880,
OOFTY UOOFT'S NEW YORK COMBIVA
TION in the Tlirtllinjr Sensational Drama iu
TTmrn rniTrt e i et rnttm
unurjR inn UA3L.iunj,
rearranged, rewritten and reconstructed by
the author, Aceustix I) alt, expressly for
(MR. Gl'S PHILLIPS, the eminent German
Dialect Comedian), who will positively appear
at each performance, supported by a
LARGE AND TALENTED COMPANY.
Xew Scencrv and Great Mechanical Effects
Railroad Sensation, the East River Bridge
Te enable all who may
desire te witness this
great performance. Gallery, 23 cents : First
Fleer, 35 anil 50 cents. "Reserved Srats at
usual place, 50 cents, for sale at the Opera
Heuse Office. janle-3td
1 feel especial nride in presenting the Oner-
atic Event of the Season, a performance that
deserves the special patronage of all admirers
of first-class perteruiiuiccs.au entertainment
that will afford as mufti entire satisfaction as
did Robson and Crane.
MAIIX'S ORIGINAL AXD OXLY FATI
XITZA OPERA COMPAXY.
Franz Suppe's Comic Opera, in 3 acts,
THURSDAY, JANUARY lelh, 18S0.
The same cast that first produced it in Xew
Yerk and Philadelphia: Miss Jeannie Winsten,
Miss Sallie Kcber, Miss Alice Hesmer. Vincent
Hegan, W. A. Morgan, Russell Glever, F.
Dixen, A. II. Bell, and Thirty ethers.
The Largest and Most Expensive
Company in America.
JOHN D. MISHL.ER.
Notwithstanding the great expense there
will be no advance in prices.
RESERVED SEATS 7. Cts.
GALLERY 50 Cts.
Diagram at Yccker's Office. (jimie-ftd
B. F. BOWMAN,
106 EAST KING ST.,
Where te make their selections from an Entire
New Stock of Goods.
Knives & Ferks.
Casters & Butter
Where te buy Clocks, at
IS East King Street, Lancaster, Pa.
Brandy as a Medicine.
The following article was voluntarily sent te
51 r. II. E. Slayuiaker, Agent for Keigart's Old
Wine Stere, by a prominent practising physi
cian of this county, who lias extensively used
the Brandy referred te in his 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, but te be
used as a medicine of great potency iu the cure
of some of the destructive diseases which
sweep away their annual thousaudsef victims.
With a purely philanthropic motive we pre
sent te the favorable notice el Invalids espe
cially these afflicted with that miserable ilis ilis
ease I3-spepsla, a specific remedy, which is
nothing mere or less than
The aged, with feeble appetite and mere or
less debility, will lind this simple medicine,
when used properly,
A Sovereign Remedy
or all their ills and aches. I5e It, however,
strictly understood that we prescribe and umj
uih one anicie. unit mat is;
Sold by our enterprising young
friend, II. E.SLAYMAKEU. This
Brandy lias steed the test for
trade mark, years, and lias never failed, as far
as our experience extends, and we therefe're
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 specifies would suffice te
buy all the Brandy te cure any such case or
cases. In proof of the curative powers et
Reigart's Old Brandy,
In cases et Dyspepsia, we can summon mini j
hers of witnesses one case in particular we
A hard-working fanner had been afflicted
witli an exhaustive Dyspepsia ter a number of
vears; his stomach would reject almost every
kind of feed; he had sour eructatiens con
stantly no appetite In fact, lie was obliged te
restrict his diet te crackers and stale bread,
and as a beverage he used McGrann's Heet
Beer. He is a Methodist, and then, us new,
preached at times, and in his discourses often
declaimed earnestly against all kinds of strong
drink. When advised te try
Reigart's Old Brandy,
In his case, lie looked up with astonishment,
but ufter 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 any thing which
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 Practising Physician.
H. E. SLAYMAKEK,
Reigart's Old Wine Stere,
Established iu 1785,
IMPORTER AKD DEALER IK
FIXE OLD BRANDIES, SHEUKIES, SUPE-
ItlOU OLD MADEIRA, (Imported in 181,
1827 and 1KB,) CHAMPAGNES O
KVKKT Bit AND, SCOTCH ALE
POUTER, BROWN STOUT.
Ne. 29 EAST KING ST.. LANCASTER. I'A
AS. KOSENHAUM & CO.,
. PACKERS OF LEAF TOBACCO, Ne. 223
Prince street, Lancaster, Pa.
CHRISTIANA MACHINE CO.
MILL AND FACTORY GEARING, MILL
AXD PORTABLE BURR MILLS.
Send for Catalogue and Price List.
OHce and Works : CHRISTIAXA, PA.
Mm ml ClecKS,
TUESDAY EVENING, JAN. 13, 1880.
Washington, Jan. 13. Fer the Middle
Atlantic states and New England, colder
northerly winds, falling followed by rising
barometer, cloudy weather, with snow,
followed in the southern portions by west
erly winds and clearing weather.
March Up the Hill and Down Again.
Augusta. Me., Jan. 13. At 1:45 this
morning a committee of the Republican
Heuse reported a series of questions te be
submitted te the supreme court. . The
questions are lengthy, but have net yet
been made public. At 2:13 both branches
of the Legislature adjourned until Janu
ary 17th. Acting-Governer Lamson will
issue orders te-day ordering the militia
net te obey the orders of General Cham
All Quiet The Briber Reticent.
Augusta, Jan. 13. Beth branches of
the Legislature quietly assembled te-day
without disturbance, the Republicans ab
senting themselves. The night at the cap
ital passed very quietly, there being no
uisiureanccs. a lull guard was en
duty. The Fusionists
reticent about expressing
of the events of last night.
surprised and are entirely
converse upon the subject.
"White, whose card of denial of bribery
has been published, has been summoned
before the bribery committee, but has re
fused te appear.
Legislative and Executive Sessions The
Committees at "Werk.
Washington, D. C, Jan. 13. Merrill
introduced a resolution into the Senate,
en which he will speak en Thursday, in
quiring of the finance committee if a lower
rete than four percent, can be established
for refunding the national debt. The
Senate then held a short executive session.
The Heuse lias been considering the
resolution from the printing committee en
tne printing el the Glever committee re
port. Mr. Bicknell (Intl.), chairman of the
cemmitcee en counting the votes for pres
ident and vice president, reported back the
bill te provide for and regulate the count
ing of the votes for president antl vice
president, antl tin decision of questions
thereupon. It was made a special order
for the 29th of January.
The Senate committee of privileges and
elections examined live witnesses for Sena Sena
eor Kellogg. Their testimony was further
rebuttal of testimony taken before the sub
committee at New Orleans.
Is This n Rack Down?
The IIeiisc appropriations committee
agrees te favor an appropriation of $000, 000
for U. S. marshals as suggested by the
attorney general in his annual report.
The Railroad's Pica.
The Heuse committee en commerce lis
tened this morning te the argument
of G. K. Ulanchard, representing the
Eric railway in opposition te the Reagan
inter-state commerce bill, which took
strong grounds against positive legislation
by Congress affecting the different inter
ests involved, and favored the appoint
ment of a commission of live te suggest
legislation en the subject.
Getting Ready for Ten Years Hence.
Londen, Jan. 13. The Timet' Vienna
correspondent says : " The new develop
ments in Russia may be very significant of
what may happen ten years hence,
but these persons who arc conversant
with Russian military affairs de net
think that Russia is preparing for
some great action in the immediate future.
The work of reorganization and introduc
ing a standing order of battle in time of
peace, which was greatly disturbed by the
Turkish war, entails much moving about
of troops and material movements very
apt te be construed into something differ
ent from their real intention.
AFTER SEVKN YEARS.
Arrested for an Old Crime.
Wilkesbarue, Jan. 13. Warrants were
issued at Kingsten, yesterday, for the ar
rest of William Allenbatim, of Plymouth,
Wesley Williams and a man known as
" Big Yank," both of Plains, who are
charged with the murder of William Keat
ing in 1872. It is charged that Keating
was beaten te death and his body burned
with brush. Allenbaum has been com
mitted te jail.
A Point Against the " Mether Country."
Paris, Jan. 13. The ultramontane
newspaper, the Univers, has a violent arti
cle en the Irish crisis. It represents the
English government as absorbed in African
and Afghan affairs, heedless of the suffer
ing of the Irish, and speaks of the Duchess
of Marlborough's relief fund and the for
eign subscriptions as utterly inadequate te
alleviatc the popular distress.
Reading's Passenger Railway.
Reading, Jan. 13. The operations of
the city passenger railway in this city
was brought te a close tliis morning
by the seizure of the cars, horses and
harness by Evan Mishler, who claims te
have bought the harness at a U. S. mar
shal's sale Mishlcr's claims are disputed,
by the officers. The read has been in dif
ficulties for some time.
ASSIGNED ESTATE OF WILLIAM HUN
TER FURGUSON and wife, of Providence
township, Lancaster county. William Hunter
Furgusenund wife, et Providence township,
having by deed of voluntary assignment
assigned and transferred all their es
tate and effects te the undersigned, for the
benefit of the creditors of the said William
Hunter Furguson, 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 HILDEBR AND, Assignee.
decl"-6tw New Providence.
ASSIGNED ESTATE OF THOMAS N.
McSparran and wife, of Drumore town
ship, Lancaster county. Themas N". McSpar
ran anil wife, of Drumore township, havingby
deed of voluntary assignment, dates December
25, 1879, assigned and transferred all their cs
tate and effects te the undersigned, for the ben
efit of the creditors of the said Themas N. Mc
Sparran. he therefore gives notice te all jier jier
sens indebted te said assigner, te make iay iay
menttethe undersigned without delay, and
these having claims te present them te
JAMES G. McSPARRAN,
Assignee, Residing in Drumore Twp.
II. B. Swabr. Att'y. dcc31-Ctw
Jjj Tne Annual Election for Trustees of the'
Lancaster Cemetery, will be held en TUES
DAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1880, between the hours
of 10 and 11 o'clock, a. m., at the Grape Hetel.
- . .
Philadelphia Market. U
atMti t cu a m uu - m . w i!im i ar mji mix . ' , .
Minnesota family 6S0700;
Rye flour unchanged.
paxent aad --
Cornmeal Brandywine unchanged.
Wheat-Ne. 2 Western Red 47 ; Penn'a red
?Hi; Amber 147.
jyt-em dull; steamer ZSc; yellow 5Sc; mixed
Oats quiet and dull ; Southern and Penn'a
white 49500 ; Western white iOQMez
Rye dull ; Weateriitgcj Pa. OSc.
ProTisie.w.iiiii. .,.., jr:iv;n,..,. -.
ban MvwtXr incfia mess lef &X ,
Hacen snieked sheulders'atic : salt de ty5c
meked hams W8WJe ; " pWed j2itj&
Lard dull; city kettle Sc ; loose butchers'
Kc ; prime steam 3c.
J-ilr.1111?.1 "Vi1 Rel demand ; creamery cx
.US. "S8;Mca "rodlenl county and N. Y. extra
-i23c; Western reserve extra nt24ft23e:
de geed te choice ISfiSte : rolls quiet Peim'a '
extra Siigitc; western reserve extra U224c.
Eggs sliirhtlv imnrnvwl- 'linl i.-.nnt.. u
lc; WeslerS ISc. "" "
Cheese firmer; N.Y. factory 13Kc; western
full cream 12J. 13c; de for geed 11012c; de
Whisky 13. y
New Yerk .Market.
New Yerk, Jan. l3.-Fleur-State and Western
-! "".eliangcd ; superfine statu
0p5 50 ; extra de i 5uft5 95 ; choice de ft 00g
V.y?m7 ,,6 4U7 73; round hoop Ohie
yoe 50; choice de u 55.j)7 73: suuertine
r.VJr,WJW: common te geed extra de
iffill7S.p.rins (lu!et but Urm: Winter
If-cb."er, ." I Wlilte February,
f l ' 3.rrcn $isim; ; Ne. 2 Red Feb. $1 xtf
1 lf ; tie March 1 &K. 4y
ueru a siiaue eetter but quiet ; Mixed West
ern spot 5;3c ; de luture SSiMUiic.
Oats qnict; state 47(g30Kc; West
PlULADKLlMIl V.Jan. 13.
Penna ti's (third issue)
Philadelphia Jfc Erie..
United Ces. of N. J
Northern Central ,
k:ju v. si.
Central Transportation Ce. 4:,J
Pitt. -Titusvllle & llullale. 14M
Little Schuylkill 51
N. Y. Central
Michigan Cent nil.
Chicago rt Reck Island. 152K
Pittsburgh A Fert Wayne.. 113k.
Western Union Tel. Ce Kit
Teledo Wabash 44
New Jcrsev Central ,
. . . i in
Mesdat, Jan. 12. The receipts of cattle at
the various Philadelphia yards for the past
week were: Beeves, 2,4C3 head; sheep and
lambs, .,,000 de. ; hogs, 5,.T0O de. ; fresh cows.
Beef Cattle The market was nctivn nm!
.w,..i.yura,i Jie.riiie,ri);scnauil)ergX Low Lew
enstein,210; F. Sheetz, 173; Bacluuaii & Lev'.
V,,i.1.aJ.IU!,..'JII,.rlny. H; L. Hern, 110 ; Jume
Aull, I0. all ethers, 0I head.
HALES AT THE WEST riULADELlMIIA YARD.
WM Reger Mayncs. Western, gross, 4l4QCe.
80 E. S.& I!. F. McFIllen, Western gross, C
201 Owen Smith. Western anil W. Vu.. 4j-Ke.
137 A. & J. Christy, Western, gross, 5w;c.
102 Ulliuau A Lehman Bres., Western and Vu..
if i i ....i ip-i'n .
" - - '. .
ii., and Chester county, gross.
230 Jehn McArdle, Western, gross, SJJJfic.
8U Denis Smyth, Pennsylvania, gross, 4&
110 Daniel Murphy, Western. i3Jc.
135 Lewenstein & Adler, Western, gross, Ay.
145 G. hchaniberg & Ce., Western gross. Ay.
132 F. Sheetz, Western gross, 43c.
10 F. Schcets, Montgomery Ce.. eews,22!4e.
05 Daniel Smyth & l!re.. Western and W.
irginia, gresn. 43'j;c.
41 H. Chain, jr.. Western, gross, 4;ffl.r)c.
4- '"iv?"1' W,Mtern 'lI"1 w- Va., gross, 3
132 Rucliman & Levi, Western, grtiss. 6
20 Abe Ostheini, Western, gross. 4JMarlc.
22 S. Dreifeus, Western, gross, l)44e.
30 Jas. Eustace, Western gross, 3&ig;ic.
3W J. F. Sadler & Ce., Western, gross, :y.
AT THE SOUTH MIILAIIELNIIA VAUI.
00 IS. Hepe, Western and Va., gross. 4"-J5Kc.
se KieferA Katz. Western, gross, 5fie?
m Kidcy & Scattergoed, Western, gross, .
tf W. w'. Tiffany, Western, gross, 3,'43c.
,58 E. & L. Chandler, Western, gross, 5tiKc.
.. ... imuiniii, viicsier eiiniiiv. gross -tK'-K-btf.
43 Jehn Ridey,jr..mixeil, gross, ;vib.
Sheen The market ilurni"-tiu. ikimi'ui.i.i- urn
in geed demand ; the arrivals were light and
prices were firmer. We ipiete Extra, 100 te 130
lbs., at 5;Kc; g"oed,W te 100 II is, WMyy.a
geed, 80 te je lbs, r,l4fij:,y,c ; fair, 70 te te lbs,
55J4c ; common, 45c."
Samuel C. StewartseldtCO head dressed sheen
at 5c te Gc.
Lambs were scarce and In geed demand. We
quote Extra, c ; geed, C'c; medium, 0c ;
Hogs The market during the past week win
dull en account of the unfavorable weather.
although the prices are c higher. We quote
?tra at 7tf7,!e : geed at 7&Jc ; :
sWc ; common at Cffliiiic.
Fresh Cows The market was dull and prices
were unchanged, but few snli-s hail tjiknn lilueu
up te neon te-day,
We quota from $20 te $50
Having purchased the exclusive right of
Lancaster city and county te manufacture and
Reynolds's Metallic Stationery and
THE ONLY DEVICE GIVING ENTIRE SAT
ISFACTION, we are new prepared te furnish
Check Beeks, Letter heads, Nete Heads, state
ments, Bill Heads, all sizes ; Notes nt all kinds.
Contract Beeks, Receipt Beeks, Order Beeks,
and, in fact any kind et werkin which binding
is'neccssary printed en the very best paper at
the lowest figures.
This invention, for the use of which we have
obtained the sole right in Lancaster city and
county, enables us te bind the above named or
any ether kind of blank and memoranda books
at the cost of printing alone, and iu a stvlethat
for neatness and durability is net equalled by
any ether device of a similar character. Dur
ing the time that Reynolds's Metallic Station
ery and Boek Binder lias been before tiie pub
lic it has acquired a high reputation among
printers and ethers who have had occasion te
make use of it. ler the extreme simplicity of its
construction and the case and accuracy of its;
operation, while business men and ethers
whose experience enables them te speak where
of they knew pronounce its work te be super
ior in the essential points of chcupnens con
venience and durability te that of the old pro
cess, and we are willing te give our patrons a
guarantee of the iiericctly satHuctery char
acter of iti work.
Specimens et Binding may be seen at the Ix
TELLIGkxckk office, and all iiersens desiring a
nSatand substantial piece of work iu this line
ure invited te call and Inspect the numerous
advantages we have te offer, and which enable
us te turn out Geed and Durable Werk ati
prices lower than any ether printlngcstubllsh
ment in the city. ltd
TESTATE OF JOHN JOHNS, LATE OF
Li Maner township, deceased. The under
signed Auditor,- appointed te distribute the
balance remaining in the hands of Christian J
Jehns, administrator of the ewtate of Jehn.
Jehns, dee'd. te and among these legally- en
titled te the same, will alt ter that purpote en
FRIDAY, JANUARY 23, A. D. 1880. at a o'clock;
p. m.. in the Librarv Roem of the Court Hone
'in the city of Lancaster, where all persons in-.
icresieu in saiu Ulsinouiien may aiteau.
dec30-3tw E. H. YUNDT, Auditor. .
HORSE AND CATTLC
iii iues were strong at last week's quotations.
e quote Extra at Si.t:; geed at S4f$.
Tie ; medium, HiHi5c; common. 34lfc. Bulls
and cows. 2Ji2&c: calves, &r,y.c.
... "e .following are the consignees at the
west Philailclnhia vards: .t. V. Smlh-r . f,
' - Z -, f:-.t