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LANCASTER DAILY lETEmGENCERS THTRSDAt, tFEBRUAM 19, 1880.
The excuse of the Republicans that the
Democrats "eutbidded" them en Tuesday
is a miserable subterfuge te hide the despe
ration of their devices and te threw odium
upon the vast number of decent Republi
cans who would net let hominy Cochran
put a ring in their nose. We arc pre
pared te revise our figures of yesterday
and te demonstrate that in the course
of this campaign the Republicans
spent five dollars te the Democrats' one.
The campaign fund en this side did net
have three subscriptions of ever $30 and
the expenses of paying taxes, naturaliza
tion and bringing votes home from long
distances out of town absorbed mere of it
than at any previous city election, leaving
no balance te compete with the Republi
cans in "bidding for votes." The trick of
forcing them te pay dearly for their own
voters whom they set out te buy created
such a panic and touched them se deeply
that every Democratic dollar looked as big
as a cart wheel te them.
An Omen That Was Ilcallzed.
On election evening as Machinists James
Fellenbauin and Daniel Trewitz were over
hauling and repairing the pumps of the
Friendship steamer (which, by the by,
has put the engine out of service for a few
days) they discovered a small sun fish and
eel ledged in a vacuum between the pump
and main supply. Engineers and machin
ist believe this te be a bad omen, and en
this occasion called forth considerable
continent from the "workers in steel,"
and the political success of the defunct
member of the company, II. A. Schreycr,
an aspirant for ceuncilmanic honors in the
Ninth ward, was discussed. Net ten min
utes elapsed ere the news arrived at the
hose house that he was defeated. The two
stray " denizens of the deep " will be for
warded te the fj-ceuncilman and w-fi re
man te be transported by him te the "still
waters" that run through the "green
pastures" of Salt River country.
Tlie Red Men.
Last evening Charles C. Conly, of Phil
adelphia, Great Chief of Records of the
Great Council of Pennsylvania, I. O. R.
M., accompanied by his son, Win. Conly,
of Pittsburgh, and Great Prophet II. B.
MeXeal. of this city, paid a friendly visit
te Mctamera Tribe, Ne. 2, at their wig
wam. Great Chief Conly addressed the
members of the ti ibe and gave an encour
aging review of the rapid progress of the
order, in all parts of the country.
Great Chief Conly will visit Columbia
tills evening as a guest of Osceola tribe, of
th.it borough, and be present at the grand
ba'l and supper te be given by the tribe.
St. Luke'a Church.
The opening services at St. Luke's Re
formed chapel still continue with much
interest. The attendance se far has been
very geed. Owing te indisposition Rev.
R. AV. Hudbrd, who was announced te
preach en Tuesday evening, exchanged
with Rev. S. II. C. Smith. The sermon
te-morrow evening at preparatory set vices
will be preached by Rev. J. P. Moeic, of
Zion's Reformed church, Millcrsville.
Last evening T. IJ. Schcll, wholesale
oyster dealer, of Baltimore, gave a tcna
lin supper te his customers and friends of
this city at the Popular restaurant of Gee.
II. Miller, en East King street. Between
twenty and twenty-five persons weie pres
ent. During the evening C. A. Luzing
bcrg, of Philadelphia, entertained the
company with several old plantation songs,
which were rendered in fine style. Aftrr
the singing short and spicy speeches weie
made by several gentlemen present and the
party broke up at a late hour.
'This afternoon the reef of the black
smith shop, next te the old match factory,
near the Pennsylvania railroad depot,
ciught lire from the spark of a locomo
tive. It was extinguished by a couple of
buckets of water, which were thrown en
by Chief Engineer Feidney and another
man. Mr. Fordney happened te be passing
w.hen the lire was discovered. The damage
A Lightning Calculater.
T. W. Jehnsen said alter the polls closed
en Tuesday evening that the majority for
Bering in the Fourth ward would be
'anywhere from 141 te 180." AVhen the
returns came in the Republican majority
was just 100 below Jehnsen's miuimium.
That is why Tem Davis laughs. .
Mr. Fendcrsmith, f be division operator
at West Philadelphia, lias appointed Mr.
Gee. M. Hartley, new telegraph operator
at Dillerville, night operator iu this city.
Mr. Hartley is one of the bast operators en
the line, and his promotion is well earned.
A Valentine te Olit Friends.
Jius Pecblcr is given the credit of "get
ing his work in" in the Fourth ward for
.MacGenlgfe ; but the knowing ones say
.that ex-Street Commissioner Pete Fordney
Hiad better be applied " for mere definite
The county beard of auditors organized
this aftersoen by cheesing James Cellins,
Republican, president, and F. K. Curran,
Democrat, secretary. Jeseph Clarksen, of
1 his city, was elected clerk.
Fer Sale, Cheap.
A new table, made by that excellent
mechanic, Harry C. lluber, especially
adapted for an alderman's office. Geed
and sufficient reasons for selling it can be
had upon inmiiriug at the Examiner office.
Adam Dellet, Esq.
This afternoon Alderman Hair sent two
boy trumps up for 10 days each.
James Finney was sent te jail by Alder
man Barr, for ten days, for being tli nnk
" Pirates of Penzance.'' Te-morrow evening
tlilbcrt and Snlih sin's new opera will be given
in this city by a company under Urn manage
ment or D'Oyley Carle. This opera ha been
running at the Filth Avenue theatre, New
Yerk, for nearly two months, and the houses
are yet crowded every night. It is also being
played at the Seuth Bread street theatre, Phil
adelphia, where ' Pinafore ' made such a gnat
success. There are four or five I raveling com
panies new playing the piece, one of which
will visit us te-morrow evening. They have
all been sent out by Gilbert & Sullivan, who
-or.'" the sole right te the opera themselves.
The New Yerk Herald says : " It is a great im
provement en " Pinafore" in the fineness of
its texture ; it is brighter, prettier and mere
artiHtic, anil the quality of the work is of a
much better standard than was the nautical
opera we hail irem these gentlemen. It is
clever and most amusing, and one cannot help
laughing loud and long at many of the drolle
ries, even if the main theme of the work is net
Fanny Davenport Te-night. The gifted anil
anions emotional actress, Miss Fanny Daven
pert, will make her first appearance in this
city te-night,in Augustin Daly's society drama,
"Pique." Miss Davenport stands In the front
rank of American actresses, and in her exten
sive repertoire 'there is no role that affords a
better opportunity ler the exercise of her fine
histrionic talents tlian that of Mabel Renfrew
in this play which outranks all of Mr. Daly's
ether productions in the elements that'com that'cem
mand the favor et play-goers. The plot is well
conceived and develops increasing interest
from beginning te end. Miss Davenport will
doubtless be greeted with a brilliant audience
at the opera house te-night, a upwards of three
hundred seats had been disposed of at an early
hour this morning.
' Leap Year Special Excursion
Te Philadelphia ever the Philadelphia and
Heading railroad, en Tuesday, February 21.
Tickets geed for three days te return en any
train. Fare for round trip only $1.7.". Special
train leaves Lancaster (King street) at C a. in.;
Columbia, 5:50 a. m. Fer particular, nee pesters
and circulars at all stations.
One of New Yerk's prominent chemists, Mr
Albert C. Dung, 01 Bowery, say, :
St. Jacob's Oil cured a well-known auction
eer, and many ether prominent citizens of
Rheumatism. It Is a reliable remedy.
Don't Trifle with the Teeth!
If our teeth were renewed as our nails, they
might net need constant care. But teeth don't
repeat themselves after childhood. The proper
thing te de is te use SOZODONT, which pre
serves their health and beauty. It never tails.
Commonwealth Distribution Company.
Buy tickets for the drawtngen 2Stb Inst., and
have a chance at the $30,J00-it only costs $2 te
try for all, or SI ler half of it, and if this small
amount is lest it is lest in a "square lottery, '
where every ticket has an equal chance, and
all the prizes are drawn and paid. Address It.
M. BOAUDMAN, Courier-Journal Building,
Louisville, Ky., or at Xe. MB Broadway, New
See the Miss Flynn's Advertisement.
Housekeeping Goods at Martin's.
Ge te Givler, Bewers & Hurst's.
See Bursk's Advertisement.
Union Bethel Supper.
Fer Sale or Bent.
ISFFer further details see advertising
Da. Biiewnimi's C. &C. Ceiuiial is the
greatest fiiend ever known te the consump
tive, because it lapidly ernes every cold,
which, if permitted te run its course, would
speedily destroy lite, and also reduces that
continuous intlanimatien which causes such
fearful destruction of the .substance of the
lungs. Fer sale by all druggist". Price iiJc.
W. Champien Browning. Pre)., 1117 Arch St.,
Philadelphia, Pa. ll!Mwd&w
Use " Lind-
are the result of im
ey's Bleed Searcher."
Brown's Household Panacea
Is the most uflcclivu Pain. Destroyer in the
world. Will most surely quicken the bleed
whether taken internally or applied externally,
and thereby mere certainly RBLIEVE PAIN,
whether chronic or acute, than any ether pain
alleviator, and it is warranted double the
strength of any similar preparation.
It cures pain in the Side, Back or Bowels,
Soie Threat, Rheumaflsin, Toothache and ALL
ACHES, and Is the GBKAT BELIEVER OF
PAIX. "BROWN'S HOUSEHOLD PAXA
C E A " should be In every family. A teaspoon teaspeon teaspoen
tul el the Panacea in a tumbler et het water
(sweetened, if picterred), taken at bedtime,
will BREAK UP A COLD. i". cents a bottle.
Fer s.ile at II. IS. Ceehmu & Ce's Drugstore
North (Jueen street. Lancaster.
Undoubtedly with children, attributed te ether
cause-, is occasioned by Weiins. BROWX'S
VERMIFUGE COMFII'm, or Werm Lozenges,
although ellectual in destroying worms, can
de no pesible injury te the most delicate child
This valuable combination has been success
fully used by physicians, and leiiud te be ab
solutely sine In eradicating worm". Twenty
live eent a box. jaiil.VlvdSwTuTh&S
Use I.eeher'.s Ilei.-e and Cattle Powders.
Statistics prove that twenty-hvc per cent,
of t he deaths in our larger cities are caused by
coii-umptien, and when we rellect that this
tei rihle disca-e in its worst stage will yield te
a bottle of l.echer's Renowned Cough Syrnp,
shall we condemn the siilleiers ter their neg
ligence, or pity them for their ignorance?
"Father and mother being alllicted with
asthma, two bottles of 'Sellers' Cough Syrup'
has given them a new lease of life."
Kidney-Wert is nature's remedy for Kidney
and Liver diseases, Piles and Constipation.
Try Lechcr's Cough Syrup.
Fees of Doctors.
The fee of doctors is an item that very many
peiens are interested in just at present. We
believe the schedule ler visits is $3, which
would tax a man confined te his bed ler a year
and In need of a daily visit, ever S1.00J a year
for medical attendance alone ! And one single
bottle of Hep Bitters taken In time would save
the $1,000 and all the year's sickness. Ed.
"I Don't Wan 't a Plaster,"
said a sick man te a druggist, " can't you give
me something te cure me?" Ills symptoms
were a lame back and disordered urine, and
were a sure indication of kidney disease. The
druggist told me te use Kidney-Wert and In a
short time It eirected a complete cure. Have
you these symptoms? Then get a box te-day
before you become Incurable. It Is the
cure; safe and sure. flC-Iwd&w
Try Lechcr's Cough Syrup.
Feil BnexcniAL Asthmatic and Pulmonary
complaints, ' Ilrewn's Jlrenchiul Troches"
nianite-t remarkable curative properties.
Like all etlier meritorious articles, they urc
frequently imitated, und these purchasing
should be sure te obtain the genuine "Brex
ciiial Troches." TnTliS&w
Frem a Prominent Drug Deuse.
II. II. Waiinei: tc Ce., Recuesteu, N. Y.
Dn.vit Sir: It Snow only three months since
wc received your first .shipment of Safe Reme
dies. We have sold drugs in this place for
twenty years, and we have never sold a pro
prietary medicine, that gives such universal
sutistactlen as yours, especially your Safe Kid
ney and Liver Cure, and Diabetes Cure.
Wc could mention many who have received
great benefit in cases of Kidney difficulties.
Asthma, Rheumatism, Diabetes, Bright's Dis
liespnetf nlly yours, SISSOX & FOX.
m-'Jwd&w Alexandria Bay. N. Y.
Try Lechcr's Cough Syrup.
A Strange People
De you knew that there are strange peo
ple in our community, we say strange because
tliev seem te preler te miner and pass their
lavs miserably, made se by Dyspepsia and
Liver Complaint, Indigestion, Constipation
and General Debility, when Shiloh's Vitalizcr
is "'naraiiteeil te cure them. Sold by D. Helt
shu, Lancaster, and M. L. Davis, Millcrsville.
I-'ive Hundred Thousand Streng.
In the past few months there have been mere
than 500,1)00 bottles of Shileli's Cnre sold. Out
of the vast number of people who have used it,
mere than 2,000 cases et Consumption have
been cured. All Coughs, Croup, Asthma and
Bienchitis vield at once, hence it is that every
body speaks in its praise. Te these who have
net used it, let us say, it you have a cough, or
your child the cough, and you value Hie, don't
tail te trv it. Fer lame back, side or che-t use
Shiloh's 'Pereus Plaster. Sold by your drug
gists, 1). Heitshu, Lancaster, ami M. L.Davis,
AVe have a speedy and positive euro for Ca
tarrli. Diphtheria. Cankcrineuthand Headache
in Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy. A iia-d injector
free with each bottle. Use it If you 'l-.-sire health
and sweet breath. Price 50 cents. Sold by
D. Heitshu, Lancaster, and M. L. Davis, Mil
Stafferd Sheer. February 18, 1830, at the
residence of the bilue, bv itcv. Dr. Green wald,
Henry E. StalTerd, of Colerain, te Geergle A.
Sheer, daughter of W. C. Sheer, of Lancaster.
We lave Without Doubt the .largest Stock
We have been busy the past week in opening up large quantities of
NEAV GOODS IN EYERY DEPARTMENT.
The largest stock of New Style Spring Prints. The largest stock of !New Style Spring Chintzes. The largest stock of Xew
Style Spring Percales. We open te-day an elegant line of
New Shades iu Colored Silks, New Shades in Satins for Trimming, including Plain Old Geld and Gendarme Blue. We also open
te-day an elegant line of DRESS GOODS, iu New Styles and Shades. We offer te-day a Great Bargain in Black Cashmeres,
Bleached and Unbleached Muslins, the largest stock in the city, in all the best makes, at the lowest prices. Choice lines of Car
pets, Mattings, Fleer Oil Cleths, Window Shading and Fixtures, Rugs, Mats, &c. We invite all te call and see the immense
stock of goods we display in every department, at lowest prices.
GIVLEK, BOWEBS & HUBST,
Just Received for
the Finest Patterns of
At the Lewest Prices in the city and Hundreds of Patterns te select from, and the Latest Spring Styles of
Buttens, Fringes, Ribbons, Laces, Neckties, Kid Gloves,
and Latest Style Hats for the Spring Trade.
Call and be convinced, at
JSL. A. Hangliteii's Olieap Stere,
Ne. 25 NORTH QUEEN STREET, LANCASTER, PA.
XEir AD VE11TISEMEXTS.
INSURE YOUR PROPERTY IN TUE REST
BAUSMAX & BURXS'.
2!-tleedR Office: Xe 10 West Orange St.
PUKE, LIFE ANI ACCIOENT.
insurance ut lowest rates. Geed and Reli
able Companies. IIERR Sc STAUFFER,
Beat Estate & Ins. Agts., 3 X. Duke St.
X Having this day
sold the Lecul Delivery
Line te Rebert Able, who will continue the
business. 1 respectfully ask for him acontin acentin
anee of the patronage heretofore extended the
undersigned. A. O. BROSEY.
i'ru, 17, 1880. ltd
1 A TWEXTY-F1VE HORSE-POWER KX
UIXE, nearly new. Alse a let of Shafting, Pul
levs and Hangers. Applv te
R. M. RORIXSOX,
iebl8-:;td Mount Jey, Pa.
IiAKCASTEIt. iec. VI, 1S7'..
INSURE YOUR PKOPEKT V IX KEI.I AULK
BBNJ. F. SHBNK'S,
Office : 108 West King Street.
Li On Friday, the 13th inst., a Full Pilntir
Deg, white with yellow spots, white neck,
slightly colored Irem a brass cellar, answers
te the name et Dick. A liberal reward will be
paid en his return te
fllKltd GEORGE DEXXIS, Manhelm.
T OCAL DELIVERY.
Goods delivered te all parts et the city.
Orders lelt at C. ADOLPIl LOCHER'S Drug
Mere, Xe. 0 East King street, will be called for
promptly every hour.
ltd ROBERT ABEL.
UNION HfcTIIEL SUPPER.
A supper ler the benelit of the Union
Bethel, corner of Prince and Orange streets,
will be given en
SATURDAY EVENING, FEB. 21,
beginning at 5 o'clock.
CHILDREN, i" "
1?OR SALE OR RENT.
. Geed will, stock and fixtures of general
country store, with Drug store in connection ;
all doing a geed business. The building has
store and dwelling connected, which will be
leased together or separately for a term of
years, it desired. Apply te
THOMAS C. YOUNG & Ce..
fl91wd&w Parkesburg, Pa.
On SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 18S0,
will be sold by public vendue, at the Cooper
Heuse, en West King street. In the City of Lan
caster, Five Shares of the Capital Steek et the
FULTON BUILDING AND SAVING ASSO
CIATIOX, of Lancaster, Fa., lately belonging
te Leuis Yerk, and te be sold for non-payment
of dues, &c. By order of the Beard of Direc
tors of said Association. Sale te commence at
i o'clock, p. in., when terms will be imide
known by JEROME DOSCH, President.
B. YECKER, Treasurer.
Attest: Jesei'H JacTeb. n9,20,21,2i;.27,23
XT S. GARA'S
145 East King Street, Lancaster, Pa.
Insurance Company of North America, Phll'a
Lycoming County Fire Ins. Ce., et Meney, Pa.
Franklin Fire Insurance Ce., Philadelphia.
Pennsylvania Fire Insurance Ce., Plill'a.
Continental Fire Insurance Ce., New Yerk.
Hanover Fire Insurance Ce., New Yerk.
Queen England Fire Insurance Company.
Scottish Commercial Fire Insurance Ce.
Liverpool, Londen and Glebe Fire Ins. Ce.
American Life Ins. Ce., of Plill'a. fMmdlt
TUST RECEIVED A LOT OF FINE
ROSE AND PEERLESS POTATOES,
and for sale cheap at
Ne. 17 EAST KING STREET.
ITAHNESTOCK'S FARINA FLOUR.
A Very Superior Article,
Give it a trial. Fer
BUY THE PATENT HICKORY CORN
Covered Breem. Just the broom ler
Sheps, Warehouses, iTannerles, Stables, Pave
ments, Gutters, and for all rough sweeping.
Fer sale at
Ne. 17 East King Street.
Anyone visiting my offices will hear con
stantly the same old story, viz: "I've been
doctoring for years with various physicians
and am no better, net cured." Ajid they can
also hear a mere welcome story from my
patients, viz : " Under your simple treatment
I am well." Over 150 difficult chronic cases
treated during the month of January, all bet
ter or cured se far as heard from.
Jehn Geedman, of 314 North Queen street,
been doctoring for 19 years ter Rheumatism,
dyspepsia and neuralgia, has net had one geed
night's rest for years. He Is new sleeping well
and pains have gene.
Jacob Painter, 430 Locust street, suffered and
doctored for 12 years. Cured In two weeks.
Consultation at offices free. Call and get or
send for 10 page pamphletrfrec. Catarrh cured
ler 50 cents.
Rev. Jehn Hunter with restored vision, after
being blind for 10 years, will preach every
evening at Kev. Seule's church en Orange
DR. 0. A. GREENE,
(31 Years Experience),
Ne. S36 North Queen Street.
-Wauted te bay Clean old White or Blue
Glass Vials or Bettles any size.
25 KAST KING STREET.
the Spring Trade
Receiving daily all the Latest Styles of
GORHAM PLATED WARE,
And the Best Grades of American Electro-Plate en White Metal.
FRENCH CLOCKS WITH SHjVER BELL,
FRENCH CLOCKS WITH CATHEDRAL BELL.
Complete Mantel Sets 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 mounting Diamonds and ether
Special care taken in the execution of Fine Monograms and Inscription
Engraving. Alse, in complicated and ordinary watch and jewelry repairing.
J. B. MAETI1ST & CO.,
WEST KESTG AND PRINCE STREETS.
Sheetings and luslins at Lew Prices
Wide, Narrow and Fancy Striped Ticking, at Lew Prices. Table Linens and Napkins, at
Lew Prices. Checks and Ginghams, at Lew Prices. Marseilles Quilts, Turkey Bed Damasks,
Carpets, Wall Papers, Oil Cleths, Queenswure, Glassware, Prime Feathers.
T)APETEKIE AND BIRTHOAY CARDS.
IX GREAT VARIETY, AT THE
BOOK AND STATIONERY STORE
L. M. FLYNN'S,
Ne. 48 WEST KINO STREET.
7STATE OF WILLIAM BLACK, SR
late of Little Britain township, deceased
Letters et administration en sain estate nav
ing been granted te the undersigned, all per
sons Indebted thereto are requested te make
Immediate payment, and these having claims
or demands against the same will present them
without delay ler settlement te the under-
IL8ipATTEKSOX, Spring Greve P. O.,
WM. BLACK, Jr., Fairmount P. O., Lan. Ce.,
II. B. Swarr and J. W. F. Swift, Atty's.
ESTATE OF JOHN SCHWARTZ, LATE
of Manhelm borough, deceased. The un
dersigned auditor, appointed te pass upon
exceptions and te distribute the balance re
in lining In the hands of Henry Schwartz, ad
ministrator of said Jehn Schwartz, deceased,
te and among these legally entitled te the
same, will sit for that purpose en MONDAY",
MARCH 5th, 1880, at 10 o'clock a m., in the
Library Beem of the Court Heuse, In
the City of Lancaster, where all persons inter
ested in said distribution may attend.
DANIEL G. BAKER,
ESTATE OF HENRY K. FLINCIIBACGH,
late et Couestega twp., deceased. The
undersigned Auditor, appointed te distribute
the balance remaining in the hands of Casper
Haley, executer et Henry :K. FUnchbaugh, te
and among these legally entitled te the same,
will sit for that purpose en WEDNESDAY,
FEBRUARY 25, 18S), at 10 o'clock a. m.. in the
Library Roem of the Court Heuse, in the city
of Lancaster, where all persons interested in
said'dlstributien may attend.
piLES! PILES!! PILES!!!
FREY'S UNIVERSAL PILE SUPPOSITORY.
A sure and infallible remedy for this painful,
distressing and often dangerous affliction. Its
application is neat, clean and possessing
everv advantage ever the former use of elnt
men is, &c.
Reader, if you are thus afflicted or knew of
any who are, give the above a trial and be both
convinced and relieved.
ANDREW G. FRET, Proprietor.
S. E. Cor. N. Queen & Orange Sts., Lan. Pa.
Send for it by mail or have your nearest
Druggist or Storekeeper get it for you.
Price : Small bezes, 50c : large boxes, 75c.
" TORTGAGES FOB SALE.
Twe six per cent. Mortgages, one ter $10,000
and the ether ter $4,750, first liens and well se
cured en eligible city Ileal Estate, belonging
te the estate of the late Dr. Benjamin Misliler,
dee'd. Inquire et
WM. K. WILSON, Esq.,
Xe. 21 North Duke Street.
flMlWAS Lancaster, Pa,
of (reeds iu the city.
10,000 Yards of
goods in the line of Notions and Millinery.
H. Z. RHOADS & BRO., Jewelers,
Ne. 4 West King1 Street.
MARTIN & CO.
TT Everybody te advertise, free of charge.
Ixteixieexceu, who wants something
A situation by a first-class bartender;
either in town or out. Apply at
ltd THIS OFFICE.
20 men te assert tobacco. Appl v te
Stetnman's Warehouse, "S,"
Near Penn'a U. It. Depot.
TT A situation as Boek-keeper. Quick at
figures and a geed penman.
Address II. K.,
ltd Intelligencer Office.
TT A first-class bar-tender at JOHN COP
LAXD'S Restaurant, Xe. 125 North Queen
street. Nene but a geed hand need apply.
ly a young wemnn.
a situation te de
Apply at the Keystone
T LEWTN, 31. D., GRADUATE OF THE
Ll . University of Dorpat, Russia, formerly
of Berlin, Germany, Ne. 213 West King street.
Office hours from 8 te 10 a. in., 1 te 'Z p. m. and
6 te 8 p.m. j2S-2md
50 Years Before the Public.
Pronounced by all te be the most pleasant
and efficacious remedy new in use for the
cure of coughs, colds, croup, hoarseness
tickling sensation of the threat, whoeping:
cough, etc. Over a mUllen bottles sold within,
the last few years. It gives relief wherever
used, and has the power te impart benefit that.
cannot be had from the cough mixtures new
in use. Sold by all .druggists at 25 cents pe.
SELLERS' LITER PILLS are also hlghly
highly recommended ler curing liver com.
plaint, constipation, sick headaches, fever ana
ague and all diseases of the stomach and liver
Sold by all druggists at 25 cents per box.
R. E. SELLERS & CO.,
el-lyw Pittsburgh, Pa.
THURSDAY EVENING, FEB. 10, 1880.
Washington, . Feb. 19. Fer the Mid
dle Atlantic states clear or fair weather,
colder northwest winds and rising barome
ter. TUE CZAR.
Latest Attempt tu Kill
St. PETEitsnuRG, Feb. 19. Genera
Gourko, governor general of St. Peters
burg, was engaged at the Winter Palace
during the whole of the night of the 17th
inst., investigating the circumstances con
nected with the explosion. It has been
ascertained that the dynamite was
fired by an electric battery, and
that several pounds of that exple
sive must have been used. The cel
lars of the palace have long been used for
storing purposes, and appear te have been
occupied by four workmen, three of whom
have been arrested. The fourth man is
missing. Many arrests have been made in
the Winter Palace and its immediate
Loxdex, Feb. 19. The Daily Xcics in
its second edition this afternoon, publihes
the following despatch from its St. Peters
burg correspondent : "Information which
has come te my knowledge establishes a
connection between the late attempts upon
the life of the Czar and the arrest of some
forty inmates of the Winter Palace en
Monday last, the day before the explo
Proceedings of the Heuse.
Wasuixgtex, Feb. 19. In the morning
the uill te remove causes from state te fed
eral courts was taken up. It went ever
with the expiration of the morning hour
and at 1 :30 the Heuse went into commit
tee of the whole en revision of the rules.
The Heuse then went into committee en
the state of the union, and 3Ir. Springer
(111.) took the chair. An amusing
and dramatic scene ensued Avhcn
Mr. Blackburn and Mr. Cenger arose and
claimed recognition. Cenger received the
recognition ami made a short speech in
whuJh he eulogized Stephens as the only
representative of old-timed Jacksonian
Mr. Stephens then took the lloer and
proceeded te speak in regard te rule 21 of
proposed revision, opposing it as undemo
cratic. ltuMlne.ss of the Senate Committees.
The Senate cemmitttee en patents to
day commenced the hearing of argument
en the question of extending the Mathies
and McKay patent for attaching the soles
of shoes te uppers. Ex-Congressman
Southard made the opening argument in
behalf of the application.
The Senate committee en public lands
te-day held a special meeting, which was
devoted te the Het Springs bill. Ne ac
tidn was reached, and its consideration
will be resumed at the next regular meet
ing. DIG IILAZE.
Destruction of a Connecticut Speen Factory.
Waterihjuy Depot, Conn., Feb. li).
The spoon factory, comprising a portion of
the Beeth & Hayden works, of this city,
was entirely destroyed by lire this morn
ing. About one hundred hands were cm cm
pleyed in this department, which consisted
of a large four-story brick building, and at
the time contained an unusually large
stock of plated ware. The total less is es
timated at $150,000, ever $100,000 of this
being in uniinished goods and which was
lightly insured. The total insurance en
the building, machinery and stock is $82,"
000. The origin of the fire is unknown.
BLOWN TO ETEItNlTY.
Twe Men Killed and si Number Injured by a
Peoria, III., Feb. 19. A terrific boiler
explosion occurred at Barten & Babcock's
distillery below this city, at 8 o'clock last
evening. Jehn Sill, tire foreman, and an
aukiiewn man who had just come in te
find work, were almost instantly killed.
Benjamin Babcock, one of the proprietors,
and Jehn Richardson, helper, are net ex
pected te live. William Burns, engineer,
Leuis Lanfenberg, masher, and Oscar
Mills, a visitor, were painfully injured.
The boilers were getting dry and the sud
den letting in of water was the cause of
DKOUGIIT TO TEKMS.
A Hung Jury Finally Rentier a Verdict or
Red Bank, N. J., Feb. 19. The
iu the case-of INaftal, the alleged
Bank "fire-bug," remained out all ni;
On Judge Waiting's appearance en
bench early this morning the jury came in
and stated te the court they were unable
te agree. Judge Walling refused te dis
charge them and an hour later they came
in with a verdict of " net guilty."
REST AT LAST.
ISruuildi, the Veteran Fresceer, Dead.
Washington, Feb. 19. Mr. Constan
tine Bmmidi, the welMcnewn fresco artist,
died at half-past six o'clock this morning.
That Broken Engagement.
The Keman correspondent of a Londen
weekly journal gives this account of the
breaking off of the engagement of Byren's
grandson te a young American lady :
"Miss 4 Dudu ' Fletcher, author of that
clever book ' Kismet,' who was te have
been Lady Wentworth, is dangerously
ill of brain fever, and her friends
feel the greatest auxiety about her.
There have been se many conflicting
rumors about the rupture of the en
gagement with Lord Wentworth that a
word or two of truth will net come amiss.
The wedding had been iixed te take place
in Reme en the last day of the past year.
Everything seemed te be going smoothly,
when suddenly (and en Christmas day, tee
of all days) Miss Fletcher received a letter
from his lordship, absent in England,
which must have contained unwel
come intelligence indeed, for the result
wasibat alter reading it she became
unconscious, and that evening three doc
tors were in consultation at her bedside.
Since that time, with brief intervals, when
she appeared somewhat better, Miss
Fletcher lias been most seriously ill, and
the gravest fears are new entertained as te
her recovery. Among the Americans here
the greatest sympathy is naturally felt for
their giftd young countrywoman, and
Lord Wentworth (whether with reason or
net, of course I am unable te say) is very
It is stated that Mr.-HayWWas guilty of
a glaring breackpf ctiqrtt'at the recent
White Heuse rceeptien.'Amjfcg the guests
were Sir Edward Thornten,-dean et tiie
diplomatic corps, and Lady Thornten,
who, according te the unwritten law of
official observances, should have had pre
cedence ever all ether guests. It is as
serted, however, that Mr. Hayes tendered
his escort te Mrs. Aster, of New Yerk, and
Mr. Evarts accompanied Mrs. Hayes in the
customary promenade through the East
Roem, leaving Sir Edward and Lady
Thornten te take care of themselves. We
may expect te hear that this sight is con
strued in England as an intentional insult
te the majesty of Britain. It was, how
ever, really nothing mere than an exhibi
tion of the sheer stupidity which has fre
quently characterized the official conduct
of the Hayes admisistratien. Had the
Hen. Edwards de Pierrepont been present
his intimate acquaintance with the usage
of official etiquette would have averted this
painful catastrophe. Mr. Hayes, unfor
tunately, has no teacher of deportment in
his cabinet. Schoolmaster Schurz never
having applied his ponderous brain te this
purely ornamental branch of knowledge.
Mighty wars have resulted, front breaches
of etiquette, and Mr. Hayes should provide
himself with an instructor ijn the polite
arts without delay. v
New Yerk Market.
New Yerk. February 19. Fleur State and
Western without decided change and
quiet: su peril no state 9500550; extra de
$5 505 t ; choice de $3 10$U0: fancy de $6 10
70O; round hoop Ohie -$." 7.6 0u; cheicw
de f 10 7 50; superfine- western 5 OOfflS 30;
common te geed extra de $3 503 73 ; choice
dodo $3 737 73; choice white wheat de$3t3p
0i: Southern quiet: common te fair extra
$3 83g; 35 ; geed te choice de 5 40(37 73.
Wheat quiet and steady; Xe. 2 red, March,
$1 311SU4; de April 1514; Xe. 1 White
March, $1 41.
Cern iiii better and fairly "active; Mixed
Western spot 57tilc : de tuttire 5iijUIc.
Oats linn ; state 4S5'.c ; Western 4ti.5lc,
Philadelphia, February Hi. Fleur steady,
but dull ; superfine 4 S05 U); ex
tra 255 73; Olrie unit Indiana
family $0 7507-25; Penn'a family $G507U0;
St. Leuis family 7 00750 ; Minnesota Fam
ily '257 00 ; patent and high grades
Bye lour $3 00.
Cecniiieal Brandy wine unchanged.
Wheat firm ; Ne. 2 Western Bed $1 48
1 43 ; Ueiin'a de $1 4!l ; Amber $1 50.
Cern steaUy ; steamer 5553ic ; yellow 57c ;
Oats active h easier rates ; Southern and
Penn'a white -lie; Western de 4UJ47c ; de
Bye firm ; Western 90c ; Pa. 90c.
Previsions steady-; miss perk $13 00 ; beet
hauis $U5017 00 ; India mess beer ?-150; Ba Ba Ba
conseoked shoulders 6c ; suit tle 4c ;
smoked hams 910c ; plekled hams 8&'Jc.
Lard steady ; city kettle 7c; loose butchers
7c ; prime steam 7e.
Butter steady; creamery extra 3J3.re;
Bradford county und New Yerk extra
iri7c; Western reserve extra at H&Xe;
de geed tu choice lSS25c: relt.i choice want
ed ; I'eun'a extra Ifliie ; western reserve
Eggs quiet; Penn'a Uliij 15c; Western 14
Cheese steady; N. Y. factory 1415c;
western lull cream Hil4C ; de ler geed 13
14 ; de halt-skiuis Uj15c.
Petroleum firm; iielfned lll.;c
Whisky at $109.
PUILA.BKt.PIUA, Feb. 19.
Stocks stead v.
Peunuti's (third Issue) 105
Philadelphia A Erie..
United Ces. et N. J...
Central Transportation Ce. W&
l'ltts.. Tltusvuie x liiinaie. ti'
New Xeuk, Feb.
X. Y. Central
Adams Express ,
Cleveland & Pittsburgh.. ..110
Chicago A Recklslaud 151
Pittsburgh & Fert Wayne.. llli
western union rei.ue
Teledo & Wabash
New Jersey Central
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