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LANCASTER DA1M tfftTELLlGEftCEK, MONDAY, T EBRt ART 2, 1880.
ject. Sirs. Zell presented a flower ler a
name. It cridently belongs te tbe natural
order Acantluieea, and no doubt one of
the 137 species of Insticea, new divided
into different genera.
Ursula of Pupils.
Tbe following is tbe grade of pupils in
attendance at tbe boys' bigb scboel during
tbe mentb of January. Twe hours' home
study per day is expected from each pupil :
Harry HSnnvely.... 7 Walter 1 King..
Chas XV IIi-ib.hu...
Marien li Hnrtman
Hnrrv K Stener
Chun H Frey
: iirani. Jionrer...
SO ThesC Wise...
SO Kdw I. Huber...
SO C K Urban
A L Witwcr
Clarence H Clurlc.
Levi W Herting..
Samuel II Lichty..
Heward T Hayes..
Chas A Miller
Win G Laud is
lii'eF Krisiimii ...
hin A Hoever
'l!cnj A Splndler
Aimer. I Snieltz
Solemon I Miller
Ilebt G Jlui-sk
Win A lluekius
Kdw XV Diller
Harry L Cehe
Samuel W Diller....
MS, Frank HHambiight 3
Gee M Derwart...
ianiel II M-iiciiig.
Win I. Gable
Abiiim i: l.unc
arl K Kaby
K G Kichhellz
X It Slavmaker
David K Salomen..
Wilten W Fowler..
Wm C Pyf.-r.
It I) McCaskey
.J no H Duncan
James A Kelly
Kilw A Shcrtzer
James II Deeu
Harry A Slu-iik..
J no II Ilartmau.
Win D Keck
Chas II Obrciter.
Kebt M Adams...
Fred W Haas
.. !W .las II Miinsen SO
.. Stl Charles Winewer... 7S
.. i Henry Otthellcr 77
.. 7 XV 11 Hellinger 74
.. H7 Abram L Miles 72
.. K'nGue P Killian 71)
.. Kl, Henry Heath 70
.. H2,ChasS Heirmeier... 07
.. 81 Gee F Wiley 55
The following is tbe percentage of the
pupils of the girls' high school for the
month of January, 1880 :
Uese MeCullen 1001 Annie I'aker '
Mary Aelimus 100 Kella Yeagley SO
Harriet. Clarksen... :i!) Anna Slaymaker... Stl
MarySharj) VJ Mary Shulze Sll
Alary I.andis !tt Klla Laverty Sll
.Sue Slavmaker SIS N'ellic ;. I.andis S)J
Reekie Viluymaki-r.. Sis Kate Harrison Sll
Kiiima Albright S)S IShnicht- Diller SK)
l-emie Neidieh !)7 Kmilie I!. Martin.... SKI
I.auni I.invillc SK-. Klla Uuudaker 8S
l.:tuni Lseciier SW
Aiinuie Haub SK) I.ulu I.en SO
Flera Fabv Sl.l Florence Spreeher.. 5)1
Lizzie liefeina SK) Jennie Delis Sll
.S:tdie Shindle US I.euit! Finney 5)1
Franees Kreidi-r 5)7 Annie I.itner 5)1
Fr.me.;s Kaull'mau. 517 Klla Dubbs SKI
Hallie Albert SH Minnie Peacock !):!
Carrie Mvers SW Annie Witmer SM
S. C. Klli'naker SK MavSutten HI
Alice Fricly SK! I.illie Kese K.I
Mary Ueyer SO Kmma Fick 81
Miniiie Krown SO Sallie McCormick... (W
Till ill) CLASS.
Kutn Shirk SKIiKllieKeiinensiivder. SO
Kniina ireill SM I.vdia Keck '. Sll
.Mav Flick SUlMainlc Sharp S
Ilallieskeen sr.) Mary Fverls SO
Lizzie Kaby SIS Kiiima McCuIley... 02
Sallic l'.aldwin SK MarvSmeker 5)2
Flera Heard SI7 Alice Me.Nauf;htan. Ill
Minnie Apple 5)7 Carrie YenUer 87
Aliee Dinan SO Kertha Kderley 72
Kmina Falk SO AimaUarr
Kate McUinnis SO
"Naemi Kberman... SRI ISella Weitzcl !7
liertha Merrow V9 Susie Geed SI7
Kmuia Livelv SKI Anna Hess SI7
Libbii; Weber SK) Klla Shirk SO
Nellie Kin SKI Katie Ga-t !H
Allie Arneld Si8 Marien Kendij; SN!
Hattie McKeown... SW Mazie Lecher Stl
Sallie GreSl". Sis Sallie Heme Sll
Sadie FleiuiiiK SIS Mvra Geed 83
Katie Harne SW Klla Trewitz 85
Kmma Sener SIS Kl-ie Peters 70
Alurv Halbaeli SW Su.iu Kirkpatrick.. 75
Sallie I.eni; 517
Alary McPherson... SI7 Carrie Cox 80
Kmfnu Mnith 5l! Lizzie Weaver SS
Aila Zeller.-, ! Hattie tjuinn SS
Klla Killiner i; Anna llaer M
Katie Shertz Il" lllanchi' Heard 8S '
JJa Huzzard Sll Ada Power 87
fl:i Kryder Ill Maria Clarksen 87
Sue Harkins Sll Annie Weise 8U
Marv ;ieiIell 512 K.-ther Spindler 85
Kdith I Jokers 511 Ksther Clarksen 81
Allies Carpenter... Sll Mary Gnetzintfer.. tcj
Kmiii.i ICbeiiy Ill Lizzie Kirkpatrick. 72
.lwie Franklin S) KllaMicrtzcr
ISirtliday Olebratiens, Donations and all
That .Sert air Thin;;.
On Saturday evening llev. I). A. L. Lav
erty, pastor of the Bethel Church of Ged,
was with his wife invited out te tea, and
luring their absence, friends took posses
sion of the lecture room of the church and
Kin Mr. Laverty's return be was completely
surprised te find that his friends bad made
their annual donation call, and brought
with them an abundant supply of geed
things. The presentation speech was made
by Jehn S. Gable, and the reply by the
pastor. The occasion was an unusually
On Monday last the relatives and friends
of Jeseph II. Fogle, te the number of about
DO, assembled at his residence, Lcamau
Place, te congratulate him en the occa
sion of bis :50th birthday. After the
hand-shakings and congratulations had
ousted the ladies brought te light the
basketful of geed things their liege lords
had brought along with them and an ele
gant banquet was speedily set out.
Several hours were spent in a friendly and
.social manner. During the visit Mr. and
Mrs. Fogle were presented with sonic
valuable presents. The party separated
wishing their host and hostess many happy
Saturday was tbe 39 anniversary of
the birth of Mrs. James Ceyle, and in the
evening about forty of her friends called
at her residence, 60 Middle street, and
surprised her by bringing with them a
large number of geed things and some
valuable presents. Tbe occasion was a
joyous one and tbe festivities were kept up
Ticket Ofilce Entered.
On Friday night thieves entered the
station of the Reading and Columbia rail
road company at Manhcim. They cft'cctcd
an entrance by prying open a shutter after
-which they broke a pane of glass and
opened the window. They broke the
ticket case but stele nothing, after which
they attempted te crack the safe, which
they were unable te de, and as yet noth
ing has been missed from the office.
The Number of Cars.
The following arc the number of cars
-which passed through Columbia during
the month of January : Eastward, leaded,
32,490 ; total, 33,740. Westward, leaded,
10,839 ; total, 34,133. This makes a grand
total of C7,879 cars for tbe mentb a de de
reascef 8,793 ever December, 1879, and an
increase of 5,299 ever the month of Janu
At His Pest.
Alderman McConemy, who for mere than
a week was confined te his room by a
severe attack of rheumatism, was able te
be at his office this morning, though be had
te come down in a carriage and hobbles
about the office en crutches.
Hud His Feet Hrulsed.
Daniel Tammany, employed as day
watchman by the Pcuu iron company, had
his feet severely bruised by a heavy T
Tail accidentally falling upon them yester-lay.
Bird and Chicken Fanciers In Council.
A stated meeting of the Lancaster coun
ty poultry association was held in the ag
ricultural society's room, city hall, this
The following members were present :
J. B. Lichty, secretary, city ; Geerge A.
Geyer, Spring Garden : Frank R. Diffen
derfler. citv : Charles E. Lenjr, city : Jehn
F. Reed, city; "Wm. A. Scheeuberger.
city ; J. M. Johnsten, city ; Henry Wisler,
Columbia; II. II. Tshudy, Litiz ; C. A.
Gast, city ; Frank Griest, city : S. F.
Engle, Marietta; Henry Greidcr, Mount
Jey ; Jehn Bruckhart, Salunga ; T. F.
Evans, Litiz ; Jehnsen Miller, Warwick ;
Jacob B. Leng, city ; Jeseph F. Witmer,
Paradise ; Charles Lippuld. city.
President Tobias being absent, Vice
President Geyer was called te the chair.
Recording Secretary Lichty presented his
annual report which was read, received and
entered en the minutes. The report shows
that the society, which was organized Jan
uary 0, 1879, had held regular monthly
meetings since that date, and two adjourn
ed meetings, making 14 meetings in all ;
the total number of membets present at
these meetings was 233 ; fourteen ques
tions relating te the poultry interest were
discussed ; 137 members were elected of
whom 93 paid their dues ; receipts from
all sources during the present year,
Treasurer Evans presented his annual
report which w.ts read. That part of it
referring te the late poultry exhibition
shows the receipts from all sources te have
been $317.49, and the balance in the bands
of the treasurer $133.40.
Messrs. II. II. Tshudy, Jacob I. Leng
and Jehn F. Reed were appointed a com
mittee te audit the accounts of the secre
tary and treasuier.
The report of the executive committee of
the late exhibition was read. It contains a
detailed .statement of the number and kind
of fowls exhibited, the amount of prem
iums paid and ether information, all of
which has been substantially published in
the Ixtklliekxcku. The repjrt was ac
cepted and tiled.
The following prepositions for member
ship were made and the nominees elected :
Jehn Gresh, Landis Valley ; Dr. J. C
Brobst, Litiz ; II. S. Garber, Mount Jey ;
Wm. D. Snyder, city ; Jehn II. Baum
gardncr, city ; Linnteus Ratbven. city ;
Frank Griest, city : Jeremiah Rohrer,
The secretary read a communication from
Rev. I). C. Tobias, returning thanks for
the honor done him in bis re-election as
president of the society, but respectfully
declining the same.
The declination was accepted and the
following nominations for president were
made : H. S. Spencer, city ; S. X. Warfel,
Strasburg ; IJ. J. McGrann, Manheim
township ; Chas. E. Leng, city.
Under the rules these nominations lie
ever until next meeting.
Mr. Lippold inatlc inquiry as te the dona
tion premiums offered at the late exhibi
tion ; some of them have net yet been
received by the exhibitors te whom they
The secretary replied that he bad noti
fied all these who had offered premiums te
forward them te these te whom they
were awarded. lie will again notify these
who have net responded.
On motion an order was drawn en the
treasurer for 7.1 cents in favor of Master
Garber en payment for a pigeon belong
ing te him that escaped from its' coop.
The especial thanks of the society were
tendered te Secretary Lichty, the mem
bers of the executive committee, and sev
eral members outside the committee, for
their disinterested efforts te make the ex
hibition a success.
The following questions were proposed
for discussion at next meeting :
" Hew early in the season should wc set
"Did the larger fowls receive enough
premiums, compared with tlie awards te
the smaller varieties, at the late exhibi
Heath of Win. II. Jenes.
Win. 11. Jenes, a native of this city, and
some years age engaged in Fahnestock's
dry goods store, but latterly doing business
in Chestnut street, Philadelphia, tlicd this
morning shortly after midnight, agedabeut
.10 years, lie took a severe cold en Sun
day of last week, which rapidly developed
into pleure pneumonia and resulted
in his death as above stated. lie
was a brother of James L. Jenes, of
this city, and Jehn llannum Jenes, pub
lisher of Geilcy'x Magazine. Philadelphia.
He married a daughter of Jeseph How Hew
ctt, who formerly kept a grocery store at
Zahnf s corner ; he was also a relative by
marriage te the Wcntzs of
this city, and f
te the late Gilbert Brown, coroner of Phil
adelphia. He will be buried en Wednes
day. Corener's Inquest.
Te-day the inquest en the body of a lit lit
tle daughter of Michael II. Kaullnian, of
Couestega township, who was found dead
in bed en Friday, was brought te town 13'
Dcputy Corener Jehn Brenner. The jury
found that she died of convulsions.
The inquest en the body of Jehn K.
Martin, of Mount Jey, who died suddenly
a few days age, which was held be Deputy
Corener Henry Kurtz, was also returned
te-day. The deceased, according te tbe
jury's finding, came te his death from
IJitten by a Deg.
Eddie Hcgcner, a little grandson of
llcnry Ilegencr, of Seuth Queen street,
with whom he resides, was bitten in the
check te-day by a little deg with which lie
was playing. The wound was attended te
by Dr. Muhlenberg.
In the Hands of the Sheriff.
The Louisiana (Me.) Journal, of which
James F. Downey, formerly of this city,
is editor, is new in the hands of the sheriff
of Pike county, who is conducting the
business atul collecting tbe bills.
There was a nice gathering before the
mayor this morning. The crowd number
ed a round dozen. Twe drunks were sent
te jail for 20 days each, and 10 vagrants
Bisuer GiLMem: of Cleveland, Ohie, has used
the Great German Remedy. St. Jacob's Oil,
and endorses it highly. He writes about it as
follews: I am pleased te say that the use of St.
Jacob's Oil has benefited me greatly, and I
have no hesitation te recommend it te all as
au excellent curative.
It Is Abominable!
te go through life with "snags" in the mouth.
Abominable net mere te the suflercr than his
friends. Buy SOZODOXT and cleanse the
teeth which remain, or, better still, use it newi
and save your teeth. SOZODOXT is cconemi'
Great Reduction at Smaling's.
" Candee" Back Strap Arctics.
Attention, G. A. 11.
G5T"Fer further details see advertising
Frem a Distinguished Physician.
Prof. Green, a distinguished allopathic phy
sician, wrote te the Medical Recerd or Atlanta,
Ga., te the effect that after all ether means had
failed, he sent for the Kidney Cure (Sale Kid
ney and Liver Cure), and te his astonishment
cured a serious case of Bright's Disease by ad
ministering it, and afterwards found it equally
beneficial in ether cases. He advised his broth
er pliysicians te use it in preference te any
thing else for kidney disorders. 12-2;vd&w
IIeak.sisnu.ss All siiflcring from Irritation of
the Threat and Hoarseness will be agreeably
surpriied at the almost imineriiatcrelicf afford
ed by the usa of "Brown's Bronchial Troches."
Try Lechcr's Cough Syrup.
"Sellers' Liver Rills" are working mere real
geed in one year than all ether proprietary
medicines. 25 cents per box.
My Geed Weman
Why are you se out of sorts, never able te tell
folks that you are well? Ten te one it's all
caused in the tlrst place by habitual constipa
tion, which has no doubt finally caused de
ranged Kidneys and Liver. The sure cure for
Constipation, is the celebrated Kidney-Wert.
It is also a specific remedy for all Kidney and
Liver diseases. Thousands are cured by it
every month. Try it once. 12-1 wd&w
Use Lechcr's Herse and Cattle l'ewiicrs.
."Mothers! Mothers!! Mothers!!!
Arc you disturbed at night and broken et
your rest by a sick child sutlering and crying
witli the excruciating pain of cutting teeth?
II se, go at once ami getabettle of MliS. WINS
LOW'S SOOTHING SsYKUI'. It will relieve the
peer little sufferer immediately depend upon
it ; there is no mistake about it. There is net a
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
anil 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
i"i cents a bottle. j !7-lyd&wM, WAS
Thus exclaimed an old gentleman recover
ing from a severe attack of the bronchial
tubes, "'.Sellers' Cough Syrup' cured me."
1'rlcc 23 cents.
Kidney-Wert, radically cures
Tiles and nervous diseases.
Try Lechcr's Cough Syrup.
i, secent'fl i- liver;
pcrferi- A fllr func-
ill run Wil.it least j
Kegulate first the stomach
especially the first, se as te
tiens perlectly and you w
nineteen twentieths et all the il
kind is heir te, in this or any '
Hep Hitters is the only tiling '
perfectly healthy natural actieij
dmate. en1 s,vc
Pure Spices at Lechcr's 1)
Statistics prove that tw-'CEMENTS ,-nt.
of the deaths in our hire 'd by
consumption, and wl in order te make this
terrible disease in Its oxueiv ..e .raus te
a bottle of Lechcr's
shall we condemn tl
ligence, or pity then
Try Lechcr's Cough Syr
A Strange People
De you knew that there arc strange peo
ple in our community, we say strange because
they seem te prefer te suffer and pass their
ilavs miserablv, made se by Dyspepsia and
Liver Cemplamt, Indigestion. Constipation
and General Debility, when Shiloh's Vitalizer
is guaranteed te cure them. Sold by 1). Hon
shu, Lancaster, and M. L. Davis, Miilersville.
Five Hundred Thousand Streng.
In the past few months there have been mere
than jdO.OdO bottles of Shiloh's Cure sold. Out
of the vast number of people who have used it,
mere than 2.IMX) cases et Consumption have
been cured. All Coughs, Croup, Asthma and
Krenchitis yield at once, hence it is that evory every evory
bedv speaks in its praise. Te these who have
net "used it, let us say, if you have a cough, or
veur child the cough, and you value life, don't
Vail te trv it. Fer lame back, side or chest use
shileh's "Pereus Plaster. Sold by your drug
gists, 1). Heitsiiu, Lancaster, and M. L. Davis,
We have a speedy and positive cure for Ca
tarrh, Diphtheria. Cankermeuthand Headache
in Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy. A nasal injector
free with each bottle. Use it if you desire health
and sweet breath. Price .r;0 cents. Sold by
1). Heitsiiu, Lancaster, and M. L. Davis. .Mii
It Ji ATMS.
Whiteside. Saturday evening. January 31.
in tills city. Dr. Win. M. Whiteside, in the .10th
year of his age.
The relatives and friends of the family, as
well as the members of the Grand Army of the
Republic, are respectfully invited te attend
the funeral from his late resilience, en East
King street, near the court house, en Wednes
day afternoon, at 2 o'clock. Services at St.
James Episcopal church, lntermcntat Wood
ward Hill cemetery. 2td
xi;ir Ait riiTisi:3ii:xTs.
The journeymen bricklayers of this city
will meet at Henry Trewitz s saloon te-morrow
even ing, at 8 o'clock, for the purpose et
considering the rate of wages for the ensuing
ATTENTION, G. A. K.
The members of Georce II. Themas Pest
84, are requested te meet at their hall at 7j
O CIOCK WHS I.HUJ J'J. I j UVUlllIlg, nil L1H3 (im
pose of making arrangements te attend the
funeral of their late Comrade, Dr. Win. 31.
Whiteside. Ry order of
II. JIcELROY, Commander.
II. C. Weidler, Adj. 1' d
1880. FEBRUARY. 1880.
The GREAT REDUCTION in Prices con
te close out a Large and Splendid Line of
te make room for our
Over 500 PANTALOON PATTERNS or the
Leading Styles, in
English, French and American Novelties,
At a Reduction of '25 per cent.
Scotch, English and Amer
AT CORRESPONDINGLY" LOW TRICES.
A Let of Choice Styles in
at a Great Sacrifice. All arc invited te secure
these Great Bargains. Our prices are all
marked en Plain Cards as low as consistent
with first-class work.
J. K. SMALING,
121 North Queen Street.
GOEHAM PLATED WARE,
And tbe Best Grades of American Electro-Plate en White Metal.
FBENCH CLOCKS WITH SILVER BELL,
FRENCH CLOCKS WITH CATHEDRAL BELL.
Complete Mantel Seta of Centre and Side Pieces in Marble or Bronze.
MUSICAL BOXES WITH HARP,
MUSICAL BOXES WITH BELLS, DRUM AND CASTAGNETTE,
Musical Bexes with Accompaniments and Mounted en Fine Library Writing:
A fine general assortment of Jewelry, comprising- all the Newest Designs.
Designs and estimate of cost given for meunting: Diamonds and ether
Special care taken in the execution of Fine Monograms and Inscription
Engraving-. Alse, in complicated and ordinary watch and jewelry repairing-.
H. Z. RHOADS & BRO., Jewelers,
Ne. 4 West King Street.
Great improvement ever Common Arctics. Easier te Buckle ; exclude wet and
snow mere perfectly; neater in appearance; better fitting; extra heavy sole, giving
double service. Try one en and you will never wear any ether. Sold by
SUIT AH rKKTIHJCaiEXT.S.
TN.SUUI-: YOUIt I-IIOFEKTY IN THE ItKST
11AUSMAN ft I'.UKNS'.
'2!i-ttcMli: effice: Ne 10 West Orange St.
Lancaster, Dec. 12, 1870.
XNSUKE YOUI! I'ROl'EHT Y IN ltlil.I Altl.C
BENJ. F. SHENK'S,
Office : 10S West King Street.
11 KE, LIKE ANI ACCIDENT.
Insurant-eat lowest rates. Geed and Reli
able Companies. IlKltlt & STAUFFKIt,
Kent Estate &, Ins. Agts., 3 N. Duke St.
j This morning, en cither East or West
King street, a roll of Hank Notes. The finder
will he liberally rewarded by leaving it at this
j On Saturday last, in this city, a Geld Neck
lace With Amethyst stone pendant, and three
small tassels. A liberal reward will be paid en
the return et the same te this Office. ltd
HO Till: MEMOCKACY OF THE THIRD
WAIID. Gentlemen: I most resncctfullv
decline the nomination toy Select Councilman,
having determined net te be a candidate, as
my business demands all inv leisure time. My
friends aivd the general public, irrespective et
their political views, arc cordially invited te
give my bottled malt drinks a fairtrial. I sell
them at lowest market prices.
Verv respectfully, &c,
ltd G.F. SPKENGEK.
I'OJi SALlfeil ItJSSrT
V The LITIZ SPRINGS HOTEL for rent.
Will be leased for one or five years at a reason
able rent. The hotel is furnished in the very
best style. Fer particulars call en or address
I. G. PFAUTZ,
j31-lwd<w Litiz, l'a.
STOCK AND FIXTURES OF A FLOUR
Hag Manufactory for sale, consisting of a
Cylinder Printing Press, size of bed 40X.V2
inches, a one and a-half Herse Power Engine,
Type. Cuts, and a let of geed Fleur Hag Paper.
Inquire et J.W. MAKKLEY & HKO.,
iSl-lwd ill XV. Walnut St., Lancaster.
. A three-story Kriek Heuse, en North
Prince street, above Chestnut ; a one-story
Frame Heuse, en Christian street, below Chest
nut street; a three-story Hrick Heuse, en
North Duke street, between Chestnut anil
Walnut. Apply at
j.tl-ttd . THIS OFFICE.
Brandy as a Medicine.
j no union uii; article was veiumaniv sent le i
i. II. r.. hia maker. Agent ter Keigarts Old
ine Stere, by a nreminent practising nhvsi-
ci:m of this county who has extensively uVcd
tin: IJrandy 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
wus never intended as a beverage, but te be
used nun medicine of great potency in the cure
of some of the destructive diseases which
sweep uway their annual thousands of victims.
With a purely philanthropic motive we pre
sent te the favorable notice of invalids espe
cially these alllicted with that miserable dis
ease Dyspepsia, a specific remedy, which is
nothing mere or less than
The aged, with feeble appetite and mere or
less debility, will find this simple medicine,
when used properly,
A Sovereign Remedy
or all their Ills and aches. I5e it, however
strictly understood that we prescribe and uc
0111 one arueie. anil mat is;
Sold by our enterprising young
menu. ii. js.si.ai jiakkk. xnis
Jtrandy lias steed the test ter
TniUK mark, years, and has never failed, as far
as our experience extends, and we therefore
giv it the preference overall ether Brandies,
no matter wit lihnw many jaw-breaking French
titles they are branded. One-fourth of the
money that is yearly thrown away en various
impotent dyspepsia specifics 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, wc can summon num
bers of witnesses one case iu particular we
A hard-working fanner had been aillicted
With an exhaustive Dyspepsia ler a number of
yeans; Ids stomaeh 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
Beer. He is a Methodist, and then, as 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, he looked up -with astonishment,
but after hearing of its wonderful eil'ect.s 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
tlie 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 lie has been of very little pecuniary bene
fit te the doctor. A Piiactisine Physician.
H. E. SLAYMAKER,
Reigart's Old Wine Stere,
Established in 1785,
IJlrOKTKU AND DEALER IN
FINE OLD BRANDIES, SHERRIES, SUPE
RIOR OLD MADEIRA, (Imported in ISIS,
1S27 and 1828,) CHAMPAGNES O
EVERY BRAND, SCOTCH ALE
PORTER, BROWN STOUT.
Ne. 39 EAST KING ST.. JLAHCASTER. PA
MIS VELI.AXEO VS.
Removed te Ne. 4 West King street, first
lloer, Rhoads & Bre.'s new building.
j27-lmdj CRAYON PORTRAITS, SIGNS.
AS. KOSENRAUM St CO.,
. PACKERS OF LEAF TOBACCO, Ne. 22S
Prince street, Lancaster, Pa.
LEWIN M. D.. LATE OF BERLIN,
JA . Germany, Ne. 243 West King street.
Otlice hour from 8 te 10 a. m., 1 te 2 p. in. and
0 te 8 p. in. j23-2ind
11 c iijggw n
A 31 USJS3MJCXTK.
Wednesday Evening, Ecbruarr i, 1880.
STAKTL1NG SCENES IN UEAL AND SPIK.
PROP. H. COOKE,
In his famous LIGHT SEANCES, assisted by
n nil i n i ii n wiiii ii
The distinguished Clairvoyant and Materializ
ing Medium, will appear as above in a grand
series of the most wonderful and mvsterieus
IN OPEN LIGHT.
Clairvoyance, Materialization, Mind Head
ing, etc. Spirit forms walk out in the light
and shake hands with the audience.
Popular prices of admission. Keserved Seats
without extra charge, at Opera Heuse Office.
rpiIE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE LOT
X Helders of U oed ward Hill Cemeterv for
election of Trustees will be held en MONDAY,
FJiBKUAUY 2, 1SS0, at 7 o'clock p. m., at office
et Gee. D. Spreeher.
Ily order of President.
)2S-tld J. ii MARTIN, 5ecr.
The qualified voters of the City of Lancaster
arc hereby notified that an election will be
held in the several wards, at the usual place
of holding elections, en TUESDAY, the 17th
day of FEIJKUAKY, 1SS0, between the hours of
C a. m. and 7 p. in., of said dav, ler the purpose
of electing en a general .ticket oue Mayer
and twelTe Scheel Directors!, and the qualified
voters of the several wards shall atthesamu
time and place elect additional officers as fol fel fol
eows: FIRST TAKD. One member of Select
Council, fourmembcrsef Common Council, one
Judge, two Inspectors, one Constable and one
SECOND WARD. One member of Select
Council, three members et Coiumea Council,
one Judge, two Inspectors, one Constahle and
THIRD WARD. One memberefSclcct Coun
cil, three members of Common Council, one
Judge, two Inspectors, one Constable and one
FOURTH WARD. One member of Select
Council, three members of Common Council,
emc Alderman, one Judge, two Inspectors, no
Constable and one Assessor.
FIFTH WARD. Twe members of Common
Council, one Judge, two Inspectors, one Con
stable and one Assessor.
SIXTH WARD. One member of Select
Council, three members of Common Council.
.... i. .... .- i. .. . .-..i-
SEVENTH WARD. Three membcrsef Com
mon Council, one Judge, two Inspectors, one
Constable and one Assessor.
KIGHT1I WARD. One member of Select
Council, three members of Common Council,
one .1 udge, two Inspectors, one Constable and
NINTH WARD. Three members et Com
mon .Council, one Alderman, ene Judge, two
Inspectors, one Constable and one Assessor.
C1ALL ON SHKRTZEi:, HUMPHKliVlLLK
& KIL'FFEK, manufacturers of
TIN AND SHEET-IKON WORK,
and dealers in GAS FIXTURES AND HOUSE
FURNISHING GOODS. Special attention given
te PLUMBING, GAS and fcTEAM FITTING.
Ne. 10 East King Street, Lancaster, Pa.
'crvhedT te advertise, free of charge.
1'Ti:lliii:nckii, who wants something
1 IltLS AVANTKI.
VJT One Ceat and
ene Pantaleon Maker :
also, two girls te learn the trade. Apply at Ml
North Duke street, second lloer. ltd
NOTICE IS IIKKEItr GIVEN THAT AN
Ll application will be made for a charter for
a corporation te be known as the "Lancaster
City Light and Heat Company," under th act
ofillthef April, 1874, entitled "An act te provide
for the incorporation and regulation of certain
corporations." The object or said corporation
is te manufacture and supply light (ettter than
g.is) and heat within tlie Citv el L:ncastcr.
J. HAY BROWN.
J19-3tdeawM x Solicitor for Applicants.
VOTIOli TO STOCKHOLDERS.
The annual meeting of the Stockholders of
the Columbia and Pert Deposit Railroad Com
pany will be held at the etlice of the company,
Ne. 213 Seuth Fourth street. Philadelphia. Pa.,
en WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY, 18, 1SS0 at 2K
o'clock p. in.
Election for President and Directors same
day and place. JAMES R. McCLURE,
INSTATE OF ANDREW UIIRICH, LATE
.A et Ephrata township, deceased. Letters
of administration en saiu estate having been
granted te the undersigned, nil persons in
debfcil thereto are requested te make immedi
ate payment, and these having claims or de
mands against the same will present them
without delay ler settlement le the under
signed, residing in Lancaster citv. Pa.
MARTIN UHRICH, Administrator.
I). P. Resenmiixer, Jr., Att'y. j2(Mitileaw
INSTATE OF PHILIP FINGER, LATE OF
Jj the City of Lancaster, deceased.
Letters et 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
Wsr. Acq. Atlee, Attorney. n22-Ctdeaw
ESTATE OF MARY HULL, LATE OF
Lancaster City, dee'd. Letters of admin
istration en saiiLestate having been granted te
the undersigned, all persons indebted thereto
are requested te make immediate payment,
and these having claims or demands against
the same will present them without delay for
settlement te tlie undersigned, residing in said
city. JOHN HULL.
INSTATE OF PETER LONG, OF LANCAS
ll TER Citv, Penn'a, deceased. The under
signed Auditor, appointed te distribute the
balance remaining iu 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 for that purpose en SATURDAY, JANU
ARY 31, 1880. at 10 o'clock a. m.. in the Library
Roem et the Court Heuse, in tlie city of Lan.
caster, where all persons interested in said dis
tribution may attend.
iauWtdl BENJ. F. DAVIS, Auditor.
MONDAY EVENING, FEB. 2, 1880.
Washington, Feb 3. Fer the Middle
states, northwest te southwest winds,
slowly falling barometer, slight rise in
temperature, and clear or fair weather,
during the day, followed by threatening
weather and snow.
Proceedings in thclleuse.
Washington, Feb. 2. Among the bills
introduced te-day were bills appropriating
$100,000 for relief of the sufferers in Ire
land, and for the free coinage of silver.
The rules were then suspended and the
Heuse proceeded te consideration of the
bill appropriating $28,000 for improvement
of the Susquhanna river near Havre de
Grace, and for further amounts for ether
The bill making appropriations for im
provement of the Susquehanna, Ohie and
Tcnnessnc rivers was passed, as was also a
bill authorizing the secretaries of the
interior and war te employ additional
elerks for the balance of the fiscal year te
expedite the setlcmcnt of pension applica
tions. The Heuse at 2:33 went into committee
of the whole en the revision of the rules,
notwithstanding the opposition of the
Grcenbackcrs who desired te obtain a vote
en the resolution which it was expeeted
Mi'. Weaver (Iowa) would offer, te the
effect that all metallic or paper currency
shall be issued by the government and net
by banking corporations.
THE NEGRO EXODUS.
Senater Voerhecs's Committee
Washington, Feb. 2. Senater Voor Veor Voer
hecs's committee te-day examined
several Indiana witnesses, including B.
K. Marris, real estate agent, of Indian
apolis, who testified te his belief that there
is abundant room and ample opportunity
for industrial employment in that state
for a large number of colored immigrants,
and that he had no knowledge of the pres
ent immigration being a political move
ment. 1SURNEH TO DEATH.
The Terrible Fate efaMasaacnugetts Couple.
Bosten, Feb. 2. At Easten, Mass..
early en Sunday morning Jehn D. Gar
diner and wife were burned te death in
their house which was also consumed.
Beth had been drinking with callers en Sat
urday night and it is supposed a kerosene
lamp was accidentally overturned.
HOES THIS MEAN WAR?
An Order for 4,000,000 Cartridges.
Londen, Feb. 2. A Vienna dispatcli te
the Daily Telegraph says : Montenegro has
ordered four million cartridges from Aus
trian manufacturers, a portion of which
have been already delivered.
the Russian Au-
St. Petkksbuue, Feb. 2. The Russian
police having proved se very incfiieicnt in
the prolonged struggle with the Nihilists,
a large number of German police have
been summoned from the Baltic provinces
of the empire.
Cowley in Court.
Is'ev.' Yerk, Feb. 2. Rev. Cowley, of
the Shepherd's Feld, pleaded net guilty te
23 separate indictments, charging him with
abusing children under his charge. His
trial has been set down for next Monday.
THE PRINCESS LOUISE.
Arrrival or Her Royal Highness Oft Halifax.
Halifax, X. S.. Feb. 2. The steamer
Sarmatian, with the Princess Louise en
beard, was reported off the harbor at 10:;J0
Washington, Feb. 2. Among the
nomnacieus sent te the Senate te-day was
Wm. II. Randall, fea pe.stmaste.t at Duke
NOTA15LE WEDDING IN CHICAGO.
The Aged Lieutenant-Governer of Manitoba
Taking a Yeung Bride.
In Chicago, the cathedral of the Hely
Xante was the scene of a notable wedding
yesterday the marriage of the Hen. Jo Je
seph E. Cauchon, lieutenant-governor of
Manitoba, and Miss Emma Lemoine,
daughter of the Hen. De St. Denis Le
moine, clerk of the Canada Senate. Gov.
Cauchon arrived direct from Manitoba,
Miss Lcmoinc,accempanicdby her brother,
arriving an hour afterward from her former
home in Ottawa, Out. The Hen. Jehn
McLavish, president of the Hudsen Bay
company ; Mrs. Lavish and James Cavers,
who arrived from Fert Garry, and Lieut.
Lemoine, brother of the bride, were pres
ent at the ceremony, which was performed
by the Very Rev. J. McMulIen. The bride
groom is ,G:J years of age, and the bride
about 23. They will take an early train
feithcir new home in the great North
west. The Wheat Product ill Brazil.
On the Stl of January, 1880, there ex
isted in Rie de Janeiro a stock of 83,470
barrels of Heur say 1,500 barrels Trieste,
27,990 barrels Richmond, 10,000 barrels
Baltimore, 1,000 barrels domestic, and
thirty-nine thousand barrels Jitter Plate. It
was only a few years age that the River
Plate countries imported large qnanties of
flour te supply the deficiency of their own
crops. Frem the United States they took
in 1870, 20,031 barrels ; in 1871, 5-1,372
barrels ; in 1872, 2.249 barrels ; in 1873,
7,833 barrels ; in 1874, 10,535 barrels ; in
1875, 94,611 barrels; in 1870, 715
barrels. Since 187G they have imported
little, if any, flour or grain, their own pro
duction being mere Mian sufficient te sup
ply their own wants. Their harvesting
months are December and January. It is
announced that the crops this season arc
unusually large, and that the shipments
te foreign ports will exceed these of last
year. It is evident that the people of tlie
River Plate are giving attention te agri
cultural pursuits, from the fact that dur
ing the past three years they have imported
from this country about 40,000 plows,
2,200 corn shelters and 1,200 mewing and
During January there were 320 wells
completed 202 in the upper country and
58 in the lower country giving a produc
tion of 4,818 barrels, with of average of 15
barrels per well ; while in December there
were 262 wells finished, producing 4.147
barrels, with an average slightly larger
than the January exhibit. The number of
wells completed during January last was 43
less than in August, when there were 3G3
finished, producing G,066 barrels, an aver
age production of 19 barrels. In January
the rigs and buildings were 562, while in
December they were 493. The drilling
wells numbered 543 in January, against
449 in December. In January 17 dry holes
were developed against 14 in December,
A Masquerade in Paris.
Mrac. Edmend Adam, whose nom de
plume is " Juliette Lambcr " and who has
written some charming books and is direc
tress of the Paris Mecieic, recently had a
masquerade at her apartments. The ball
opened with a precession of guests before
the hostess, who was attired as a Bohemian
gipsy. Her costume was composed of a
corsage of black velvet trimmed with red
satin, a red satin skirt trimmed with black
velvet (both hung with a profusion of geld
coins) and an elaborate necklace formed of
black and white pearls strung alternately.
Mine. Henri Greville, the Russian nov
elist, was .appropriately costumed as
a Kussian. Aline. Jencieres, the wife
of the well-known composer, was
dressed as the Empiess Jesephine,
and Mme. Wyse as Queen Elizabeth. Ivan
TourgveniciTjthe Russian novelist, appear
ed as a Kussian coachman. Mr. Alexander
Merten, of the United States, were the
dress of an English sailor. One lady pres
ent had en a magnificent Circassian cos
tume sent te her specially for the occasion
from Circasssa. Mine. Adam told the for
tunes of her guests in her gipsy disguise
and added much te the charm of the occa
sion by her wit and vivacity.
Startling Scene in a Court Roem.
There was a wild scene in Judge Fell's
court. Philadelphia, en Saturday. Mayer
Kauffinau was plaintiff in a slander suit.
While he was en the stand, a small swarthy
man with black eyes entered, shaking some
papers ever his head. Suddenly a woman's
shriek ranr tlireutih the court room. It
was Miss Kauffmau, daughter of the plain
tiff, who uttered it. She sprang upright,
with staring eyes atid extended arm, and,
pointing in the direction of the stranger,
she cried :" That man's get a revolver ;
he's geitig ie sheet ! Oh, won't somebody
take it away from him ?"
A startling scene ensued. Everybody
rose te their feet and gazed in the direc
tion indicated. It was seen that the man
was brandishing a glittering new seven-
chamber revolver in his right hand, and
was moving it with a sweeping motion
toward the bench and a number of lady
witnesses. Beth Kauffman and his daugh
ter came near fainting, and vhen the
stranger was led away they fell into each
ether's arms and congratulated each ether
en their narrow escape. The stranger
proved te be an insane Italian.
Found Guilty or Murder.
At Pittsburgh, Pa., en Saturday, Samuel
McLaiu was convicted of murder in the
second degree, for the killing of Samuel
Hunter, in March last. The trial lasted
for eighteen days. Hunter was a boy of
fourteen, who worked as driver at the
Edgar Thomsen steel works, at Brad Brad
deck's ten miles from Pittsburgh. . He was
seen at the stable of the works at eigh
teen minutes past six in the evening
and at 45 minutes past 6 his mangled body
was found in the Monongahela river, near
ly half a mile from the stable. Samuel
McLain and Samuel Gisal, the stable man
agers, were arrestetl, and a hostler named
Gress swore at the inquest that he saw
them kill Hunter. Gress afterward
retracted his story, and said the po
lice had induced him te make the state
ment. He was put en the witness stand,
however, and told his first story. Gisal is
connected by marriage with Jehn Scott,
president of the Allegheny Valley railroad,
and the case has excited the greatest in
terest. Gisal will be put en trial at once.
Harrisburg Dispatch te New Yerk Herald.
Senater Cameren considers the approach
ing Republican state convention of such
importance te his favorite for the
presidency that he has concluded
te remain here until its adjournment,
and te avail himself of every aux
iliary te promote the cx-prcsident's
success. The senator said te-day that he
was for the ex-president because he be
lieved he was the most available man the
Republicans could nominate at Chicago.
Blaine, he declared, was the weakestMian
didatc in the list of aspirants, as he could
net carry New Yerk, the pivotal state.
The ex-president, en the ether hand,
would sweep it. Senater Cameren has net
wavered in .his confidence that Pennsyl
vania will siart the presidential ball roll
ing for the ex-president.
Refusing te Ratify a Lease.
The stockholders of the Georgia Central
railroad, at a meeting en Friday, withdrew
the preposition of lease made te Cele and
Brown. This leaves the Louisville and
XashvilJc without the power of an alliance
with this powerful net-work of reads.
The movement is understood te mean
that the Georgia magnates,! uniting with
Cele, threw down the gauntlet te the
Louisville and Nashville, and will make
a fight by some sort of an alliance with
the Cincinnati Southern.
New lerk .Market.
New Yeiik. February 2. Fleur State and
Western dull ; prices without deeided change ;
supertlni: state H C.ir 'M; extra de
$3 35 5 C5 ; choice de $3 70ii:: fancy de$U30
372-;- round hoop Oiiie $." I'tlQ'i 00; elieicu
de $'; 007 50; superfine western $ I G55 30;
common te geed extra de $." :;t5 73 ; choice
tloile$5 80SlM); choice white wheat de$H0Op
7 75; Southern steady, quiet ; common te fair
extra $i; (HUSK flu; geed te choice de $; 003 te.
Wheat Spriiig-ijuiet and about steady ; win
ter without au v decided change ami moderate
ly active : Ne. 1 white March $1 434$1 4." ; Ne.
2 red Feb. $1431 43i; de Mareii $1 V,y.; de
Cern dull and scarcely se firm ; Mixed West
em spot Ti'.lt;2e ; de future 5ltf.7.c.
Oat quiet; state 4S."lc: Western 47Jisrle.
Philadelphia, February 2. Fleur quiet but
steady ; siinerliue $4 :)iv' UO ; extra $." SOttli 00 ;
Ohie and Indiana family $U7.'i725; Penn'a
Uiiiily $G S07 00 ; St. Leuis family 7 00Q75O ;
Minnesota Famllv f ( .".07 OJ ; patent anil
high grades $7 Sijja ;0.
Rye Heur $-1 7.".
Cornmeal I.randywinc unchanged.
Wheat quiet ; Ne. 2 Western i:ed I 4!1 41K ;
Penn'a de 142; Amber 143.
Cern llrui ; steamer 5&3fic ; yellow 58c ;
Oata quiet and steady ; Senthcrn, Penn'a
white and Western white 47l'Je; Western
Kye firm ; Western 00c ; Pa. 90c.
Previsions firm ; hils.- perk ii.i 50 : beet hams
$1C001CSI); India mess beef 2I 50; P.ac-011
smoked shoulders 5Jc; salt de 4-X5c:
smoked hams lOIuc ; pickled hams 8
Lard quiet; city kettle sj-ic; loose butchers
Vc ; prime steam TJ&c.
Jiutter steadier; creamery extra 3234c;
Itraitferd county and New Yerk extra
2520c; Western reserve extra at2323c;
de geed te choice 1722c : rolls quiet Penn'a
extra HiJJIOc; western reserve extra ll)$20c.
Kggs lirmer ; Penn'a H!17c ; Western l;c.
Clieese strong; N. Y. factory 14X15e:
western full cream 14J?814c; de ter geed 13!
14 ; de half-skims lifaQV.ikc.
Petroleum dull ; Kenned 3c
Whisky lower at II OS.
PliiLAnKLrniA, Feb. 2. Cuttl market dull;
receipts 2,800 head; prime 6c; geed 5c; me
dium 5c; communal-.
Sheep in fair demand : receipts 6,000 head ;
prime e ; geed CffiCc; medium; SJtfiic!
Hogs in fair demand; receipts 4.000 head;
geed G,'iQ7c ; .medium 6c ; common Gfjfi'ic.
Philadelphia, Feb. 2.
1230 v. u.
Penna G's (third issue) 10C
Philadelphia & Krie .is
lkCadiug ............ 34j
Lehigh Valley. 52
United Ces. of N. J 155
Northern Pacific 31
' Preferred 59
Northern Central 33l
Lehigh Navigation 37J
Central Transportation Ce. 43?
Pitts., Tltusville & Bulfale. 18
Nkw Ieiek, Feb. 2.
N. Y. Central
Cleveland & Pittsburgh
uuicagex keck island
Pittsburgh & l'ert Wayne
1 esiern union it'i.uu ivt.
Teledo A Wabash 4
New Jersey central xiyA