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LANCASTER DAILY IOTELLIOBKCER, TUBlMY, MARCH 2,188(1
Tribute te the Memery of Deceased Cem
radea et Pest 84, G. A. K.
Last evening the liall of Geerge H.
Themas pest, Ne. 84, G. A. RM was thrown
open te the public who had been invited te
be present and witness the memorial ser
vice in honor of the five comrades of the
pest who had died within the past fifteen
The hall was filled with comrades of the
order and ladies and gentlemen net mem
bers of the order. The altar was covered
with an American flag draped in black and
white. In front of the pest commander's
tent were placed five vacant chairs, fes
tooned with crape, in memory of the five
The exercises began at 8 o'clock with a
voluntary en the organ by Mr. Charles
Gill and singing by the choir of the Duke
street 31. E. church, under the lead of
Mr. H. II. Ilesslett.
Past Adjutant II. C. Weidler then read
the military records of the deceased com cem
rads, namely : Walter G. Evans, Dr. A. F.
IIerr,Hcnry Schaum, Reinhart Rcinecr and
Dr. Win. M. Whitestdc. As the reading
of each record was finished, the pest
drummer beat three rolls en a muffled
The responsive memorial service was
then read by the pest commander and
chaplain, the responses being made by the
members of the pest. The service was
very solemn, intended te impart the lessen
that all men must surely die, but that
there is a sure hope of the resurrection
and life eternal after death.
At the close of the responsive service
the choir sang a hymn, aud the comrades
formed a square about the altar, and prayer
was offered by the chaplain concluding
with the Lord's Prayer, repeated in con
cert by the comrades.
After a chant by the choir the chaplain
read the Dili psalm and another hymn was
The memorial address was then delivered
by Maj. A. C. Rcinechl. It was an elo
quent tribute net only te the memory of
the deceased comrades, but te the different
arms of the service in which they served.
Walter G.Evans was a representative of the
tlirec-mentlis men, and was one of the first
te respond te the call of the president for
troexis te put down what was at that time
regarded as little mera than an in in
Mirrectien. Henry Schaum, of the
122d Penn'a Rept., was a represent
ative of the nine-months service, a force
that was organized after the great rebel
lion was fully developed, and a mortal con
flict was in progress between the unionists
and secessionists. Reinhart Rcincer, of
the T.Ttli Pa. Volunteers, was a representa
tive of the German clement of the army,
than which no portion of it was mere
heroic or loyal, and of which Gen. Sigcl
and ethers were shining examples. Dr.
A. F. Ncrr was a representative of the
cavalry arm of the service a branch that,
in the beginning of the war was unjustly
depreciated and regarded as of
comparatively little account, but
which later performed invaluable ser
vices and was noted for the dashing valor
el its elficers and men. Capt. Wm. M.
Whiteside was a representative of the
three-year men, of which the great bulk
of the army was composed and en whose
prowess the government mainly relied for
the crushing out of the rebellion, and who
did net disappoint the hope and confidence
reposed in them, but finally, through scenes
of carnage aud suffering, brought the
war te a successful issue. In the
course of his address Majer Rcineehl
sketched the personal characters of the de
ceased comrades and paid deserved trib
ute te their military services, at the same
time giving a brief but succinct review of
the differing circumstances under which
they had entered the service and the wide
ly different scenes through which they had
tirade of Pupils.
The following is the percentage of the
boys' secondary school, Rockland street,
for the month of February :
" Menree Hirsh 100 Harry Krcager CO
1 Prank Diet rich !t7 IRescnstciu 5S
Edward Rursk 9 Martin Rife f.S
Gee Leber 91 Sherman Edgcrlcy. 50
Edwin Garvin 91 II Myers 45
G Zellers 90 S Gochnaur 45
J Sample 90 MInrry Gibsen 40
Win Dinklcbcrg 80 Frank Sullivan 40
Ed I'arker 77 A Beard man 20
Fred Tyler 7fi Chas McLaughlin... 25
Jno Perr 75 Albert Clay 23
Chas llellingcr 7-'i Gee Cramer
Walter IJateman 72 Harry McCemscy...
Jno Uoeney 6!) Chas Diller 45
T Humphrey ville.. 67 Lawrence G009 (3
Chas Myers 05
Henry Brown 100 Gee Veager 50
JolmCeho 100 Gee Best 44
James Garvin 100 Will Weise 4 J
Eddie Sprecher 10) Herbert Gast 41
Martin Ileum 10.) Gee Etfinger 37
Will Killinger 9s Jehn Anne 3)
Sam' Mctzgar 98 Eddie Drepperd 29
Wm Sell 91 Harry Lindemuth.. 23
Gee Keen 93 ChasPeaceek 29
Harry Wingert 9J Fred linger 27
Heward Snyder 92 Edward Ehrisman.. 2!
Walter Hellinger... 31 Gee Callahan 25
James Stewart 90 CUas Ewens 24
Harrv Snvder 89 Prank Casper 22
Luther Villee 89 Harry Barnes 17
Harry Mercer Ss Jacob Hussen )5
Harrv Hendrcn 85 Harry Swilkey 15
FrankUciff. 75 Will Beitzel 15
Wm Waltz CG Harry Hal bach 10
Will Zecher 65 Gee Kautz 10
Curtis Wei.-e CO Frank Spillingcr 10
Alfred Paulding CO Gustavus Volger 5
Lawrence Kuhn 54 Chas Iteidcl 1
, THIRD DIVISION.
Y X CLAS3.
' Harry Shaub 100 Henry G003 90
Charles Miller 100 Flinn McNeal 88
Will Zellers 100 Philip Schaum 83
Peter Deitz 100 Charles Shadier 82
Frank Bateman.... 97 Harry Powell 82
Jehn Landau 9 Frederick Batten... 81
Jehn Iminel 95 Harry Killian 80
Willie Hammend... 91 Wm Mvers 80
Harry Burns 93 Leuis ltippcl 77
Jehn Villee 93 Catvin Miller
Arthur Villee 92
Jehn Adams 97 Harry Kuhn 81
Gee Byerly 97 Prank Uoeney 80
Walter Cox 90 Albeit Heupcl 79
Eddie lteinfried 90 Frank Zecher 75
Charles Wenditz 90 Jehn Martin 75
Herbert Knox.. ..... 88 Wm Bruederly 75
Jehn Shirley. ...... 88 Harry Keller.
Frederick Oblendcr 87 Lloyd Keller
James Cosgrove 81 Frank Haughton
Win Wilsen 84
The Conservator- Concert.
The seventh Monday night concert at
Prof. Zeller's conservatory of music last
evening was a rare musical treat te the
guests who were present. It opened with
an overture from Weber by Miss Emma
Kline and Prof. Zcller ; Miss Martha
Davis's sole, " Gottschalk's Battle Cry of
Freedom," played without notes, was one
of the features of the evening The "Lan
caster Piane Quartet" rendered Hayden's
sixth symphony with rare smoothness ;
3Iiss Anna V. Peebles,of the conservatory,
four years a pupil and two a teacher at
Madame Seiler's, displayed a high order of
musical culture in the rendition of Rossi
ni's "Cavatina from Scmiramide," aud
later in the evening sang the "Tyrolese
Seng " by Prech. Miss Fannie Brubaker's
execution of a grand sonata from Beetho
ven was very superior performance ; as was
Miss Ella Gundaker's part in a grand due
for two pianos,Bectheveu's minuet and two
from sonate Ne. 3, op. 31. MissPeeb"
and Miss Alice Troyer sang very sweetly a
vocal duet, "Hely Mether, Guide his Foot
steps," and the piano soles by Miss Britie
Davis, of Coatesville, and Miss Lizzie
McNabb both played without notes
were most creditable performances of a
high order of classical music.
the KiiEV estate.
Decision In Faver of the Administratrix.
Te-day at neon Wm. Leaman, Geerge
Nauman and E. II. Yundt. esqs., the
referees who had bceu mutually agreed
upon te decide the dispute between
Mrs. Julia Rhey, the widow and
administratrix of James W. Rhey,
deceased, aud Miss Margaret Rhey,
a sister of deceased, as te which of them
is entitled te the possession of a certain
certificate of deposit for mere than $10,
000, met in the office of Wm. Leaman, and
in the presence of the parties interested ren
dered a uuanimeus decision that Julia
Rhey, the widow and administratrix of
James W. Rhey, was entitled te the prop
erty and certificate of deposit. That the
ownership is in her, and that she is entitled
te the possession of the same and the
moneys due thereon.
After the referees had rendered their
decision, Miss Margaret Rhey, who holds
the certificate, and her attorney, Hen.
Thes. P. Fenlon, refused te surrender the
certificate of deposit, whereupon J. L.
Stcinmctz, esq., counsel for the administra
trix, had issued a capias iu trever and con
version. The sheriff arrested Miss Margaret Rhey
and Mr. Fenlon, her counsel, and took
them before Judges Livingston and Pat
terson. Mi Stcinmctz, for the adminis
tratrix, insisted that the certificate of
deposit should be delivered te his
client, or that Miss Rhey and her coun
sel give bends for its safe keeping within
the jurisdiction of the court. Mr. Yundt,
counsel for Miss Rhey and Mr. Fenlon, in
sisted 011 their discharge en the ground
that a capias in trever would net lie. The
discussion was very animated. The court
made an order that the custodian of the
certificate of deposit shall give bail in the
sum of $20,000, for its safe-keeping within
the jurisdiction of the court.
List et Unclaimed Letters.
The following is a list of unclaimed let
ters remaining in the postefiice for the
week ending Monday, March 1st :
Ladies' Lint. Mrs. Agnes Brede, Miss
M. Cook, Mary E. Donaldsen, Mrs. W.
Fraley, Miss Mary Frcitchia, Miss Emma
A, Fergusen, Mrs. Ames Geed. Miss Warah
Gable. Mrs. Fanny Ilershey, Mrs. Resanua
Hity, Mrs. Benjamin II. Hubcr, Mrs.
Carrie Miller, Miss Katy Miller, Rachel A.
Moere.Miss Beckey 0'Bryn,Miss Julia Pa'
mer, Mrs. Mary Ann Rohrer, Mrs. Susan
Gents' List. Jacob Augsperrger, J.
Lerey Bewers, Brown & Ce., M. B. Davis
Jacob E. Eberlcy, Henry Freidman, Ames
Harnish, M. Frederick Ileus, Jes. II.
Kcnna, David Mever, Win. Murry, Reed
C. Miller, William Reiff, Rcudivig &
Adams, L. W. Russell, J. H. Shaiblcy, J.
M. Slaymaker, W. F. Van Ileweubergh,
Wallace Weslake, J. A. Wilsen, Abiu.
Wolf, Charles Ziegenlusc.
Seme time during last week a thief en
tered the house of Kev. A. Blech, Ne. 4.10
West Walnut street, aud stele two suits of
clothes, a pair of shoes, a satchel and some
stockings. Mr. Blech first made the dis
covery that the house had been robbed en
Sunday afternoon. He then saw that the
deer of a store which is in the front of the
building was opened. He thinks that the
robbery occurred en Wednesday evening
las-t while he and his family were absent
from home attending prayer meeting, and
that the thief entered the side deer of the
house and went out of the store deer. The
goods were taken from a room in which
were several silk dresses belonging te
Mrs Blech, which were net distuibed.
Mr. Blech thinks the robbery was com
mitted by some one who is well acquainted
with the premises and he hopes that he
will be arrested.
Surprise I'iti iy.
Sunday last, February 29, was the birth
day of Miss Lizzie Allabach, of West King
street, and last night she was astonished
by a large party of her young friends com
ing te her house and giving her a surprise
party. A splendid time was had by all who
participated, and as Miss Lizzie only has
one birthday every four years her friends
have a right te a merry-making when it
Sale of Turnpike Stock.
Jacob B. Leng, real estate agent, sold
te-day at private sale, 25 shares of Lancas
ter aud Marietta turnpike stock, at $25
Mr. Jehn r.. Hvland, of Trey, -AVJI"., suf
fered with Itheumatism ler ten months se
badly that he eeuld hardly raise his arms or
legs. Tried a bottle of St. Jacob's Oil, and the
relict was immediate.
Distance Lends Enchantment !
Maud had a line figure, geed face and pretty
name. One should see her at a distincc. When
she began te talk, you realized that she never
used SOZODONT. Her breath was unlike the
breezes of Araby the blest. ml-lwdeed&w
Bargains at Flinn & Brencman's.
Proposals Fer Water Trenches.
Apples at Herzeg's.
EFer further details see advertising
Bad bleed always causes trouble. It may be
a family light, or boils, pimples, itch, tetter,
&c. ; but no matter, " Dr. Lindsey's llloed
Searcher" is the cure-all.
Pure Spices at Lecher's Drug Stere.
Shrewdness and Ability.
Hep Bitters se freely advertised in all the
papers, secular and religious, are having a
large sale, and are supplanting all ether medi
cines. There is no denying the virtues of the
Hep plant, and the proprietors of these Bitters
have shown great shrewdness and ability in
compounding a Bitters, whose virtues are se
palpable te every one's observation. Ex
A precious gem is " Dr. Sellers' Cough
Syrup" has never been known te fail in cur
ing colds, coughs, and whooping cough. Price
Catarrh of the Bladder Cured.
IIeniuetta, Menree Ce., X. Y., Jan 5, 1SS0.
II. II. WakmerA Ce.: Gu.vti.emen: I am a
man 07 years of age, have lived in Menree
county, X. Y. most of my life, and believe
there is nenian of my acquaintance who would
doubt any statement 1 might make. I have
been a terrible sufferer of Catarrh of the Blad
der for years. Hearing of a number of cures
from the use of your remedy, and after taking
a few bottles of your Safe Kidney and Liver
Cure, I was net only relieved, but found my
self cured. THOMAS OWENS.
Try Lecher's Cough Syrup.
It has wonderful power en Bowels, Liver
and Kidneys! What Kidney-Wert, try It.
Brown's Household Panacea
Is the most effective Pain Destroyer In the
world. Will most surely quicken the bleed
whethertaken internally erapplied externally
and thereby mere certainly BELIEVE PAIX,
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,
Sere Threat, Itheumatism, Toothache and ALL
ACHES, and is the Git EAT BELIEVER OF
PAIX. "BROWX'S HOUSEHOLD PANA
CEA " should be in every family. Ateaspoon Ateaspeon Ateaspoen
lul of the Panacea in a tumbler el het water
(sweetened, if preterred), taken at bedtime,
will BBEAIC UP A COLD. 25 cents a bottle.
Fer sale at II. 15. Cochran & Ce's Drug Stere
North Queen street. Lancaster.
Undoubtedly with children, attributed te ether
causes, is occasioned by Worms. IHIOWX'S
VERMIFUGE COMFITS, or Werm Lozenges,
although effectual in destroying worms, can
de no pesible injury te the most delicate child
This valuable combination has been success
fully used by physicians, and found te be ab
solutely sure in eradicating worms. Twenty
live cent" a box. f janl5-lvd&wTuThS
W hat Makes Yeu Sick?
Yeu have allowed your bowels te become
habitually costive, your liver has become ter.
pid, the same thing ails your kidneys, and you
are just used up. New be sensible, geta pack
age of Kidney-Wert, take it faithfully and
seen you will forget you've get any such
organs, for you will be a well man.
Fer Coughs, Asthma and Threat Disorders,
use "Brown's 'Bronchial Troches," having
proved their efficiency by a testef many years.
Imitations are offered for sale, many of which
arc injurious. The genuine "Brown's Bron
chial Troches" are sold only in boxes.
Try Lecher's Cough Syrup.
Statistics prove that twenty-nve per cent,
of the deaths in our larger cities are caused by
consumption, and when we reflect that this
terrible disease in its worst stage will yield te
a bottle of Lecher's Renowned Cough Syrup,
shall we condemn the sufferers ter their neg
ligence, or pity them for their ignorance?
Use Lecher's Herse and Cattle Powders.
A Strange People
De you knew that there arc strange peo
ple in our community, we say strange because
they seem te prefer te sutler and pass their
days uiNerably, made se by Dyspepsia and
Liver Complaint. Indigestion, Constipation
and General Debility, when Shiloh's Vitalizer
is guaranteed te cure them. Sold by I). Ileil
shu, Lancaster, and M. L. Davis, Millersville.
Five Hundred Thousand Streng.
In flit; past tew months there have been mere
than .MK),000 bottles of Shiloh's Cure sold. Out
of the vast number of people who have used it,
mere than 2,000 ca-es et Consumption have
been cured. All Coughs, Croup, Asthma and
Bronchitis yield at once, hence it is that every
body speaks in its praise. Te these who have
net used it, let us say, if veu have a cough, or
your child the cough, and you value life, don't
fail te try it. Fer lame back, side or chest use
Shiloh's Pereus Plaster. Sold by veur drug
gists, I. Heitshu, Lancaster, and il. L. Davis,
We have a speedy and positive cure for Ca
tarrh. Diphtheria. Cankcrmeuthund Headache
in Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy. A nasal injector
free with each bottle. Use it if you desire health
and sweet breath. Price flO cents. Sold bv
1). Heitshu, Lancaster, and M. L, Davis, Mil
Waidlev. Feb. 21, IsSO, in Strasburg, Mrs
Rachel Waidley, widow of Henry Waidley, in
the Tlil year et her age.
The relatives and friends are respectfully in
vited te attend the funeral lreni the residence
ofGee. II. Gender, Strasburg, Wednesday after
noon, at 2 o'clock. Services at the Methodist
ne ir au veutisemests.
Just received a Car Lead of Xew Yerk
Toothache cured free of charge, at
22 EAST OUAXuE STREET.
Xe failure. ltd
INSURE YOUK PKOPEKTY IN TUIi BEST
BAUSMAX A BURNS-.
29-tfeedR Office: Ne 10 West Orange St.
A COLLAR FACTORY AND T.KATIIi R
STORE FOR RENT. A well Establish, e
Cellar Factory and Leather Stere for rent.
Alse suitable ler auv ether business. Applv te
fi.VTii,ThStfd JOHN A. SHOIJER.
Lancaster, icc. 12, 1870.
INSUUK YOUK PKOPEKTY IN" KELIA1ILE
BENJ. F. SHENK'S,
Office : 10$ West King Street.
TTUKK, LIFE AND ACCIDENT.
Insurance at lowest rates. Geed and Reli
able Companies. HERR A STAUFFER.
Reat Estate & Ills. Agts., 3 N. Duke St.
1JUI5LIC SALE UK HOUSEHOLD AND
Kitchen Furniture, en WEDNESDAY,
MARCH 3, 1S80, at 2 o'clock p.m., at 43K North
Prince street, consisting of Beds, Bedsteads.
Bureaus, Tables. Chairs. Washstands, Side
board, Steve and Pipe. Full Set et Glass aud
Queensware, and many ether articles.
ml-2td F. H. WILLIAMS, Auct.
11CKLIC SALE OF THOKOUUH-ISRED
. ALDEUNEYS. On THURSDAY', MARCH
4. 18S0. at 12 o'clock in., en the premises, known
as Greenland Mills, in East Lampeter town
ship, situate en the Philadelphia turnpike'
three miles east et the eitv, TWENTY-THREE
HEAD OF THOROUGH-BRED ALDERNKYS.
Alse, alouryearelil thoreugh-lned TROTTING
MAR E. One year credit given.
ml-3td B. F. ESIILEMAX.
APPLICATION FOK CHARTER.
Netice is hereby given that application
will be made te Court by the undersigned, for
the granting of a Charter te the "Lancaster
Scientific Club," the object of which corpora
tion will be the promotion and encouragement
of the study et exact science in the city and
county of Lancaster.
C. E. HOUPT, J. P. McCASKEY,
J. W. CRU5I BAUGII, J. D. PYOTT.
B. F. SAYLOR, ml-3tdeawM
Will be received at the Mayer's Office up
te THURSDAY EVENING, MARCH 4,1880, 4
p. m., for digging out and filling in 420 feet,
mere or less, of water trench en North Prince
street, north from Frederick te New street.
Alse iron feet, mere or less, of water trench en
North Queen, north from Clay street. Alse 100
feet, mere or less, of water trench en Lafayette
street, from Filbert alley west.
Trenches arc te be four feet deep and two
feet wide. The bids must state hew much for
earth and hew much for rock per cubic yard.
Security in $50 must accompany the bid for the
work en each street. Werk te be done under
the direction and subject te the approval and
measurement of the Superintendent of the
Water Works, and at the time he may direct,
ni2 2td JNO. T. MacGONIGLE, Mayer.
On Thursday, March 4, 1880,
will be sold at Ne. 307 North Lime street, 2 Par Par
eor Suits, upholstered in Rep and Hair Cleth,
Walnut Dining and Bedroom Suits, Marble
Tep Tables, Walnut Sideboard and Extension
Table, Hat Rack. Clocks, Oil Painting, about
2i0 yards of llwis-els and Ingrain Carpels,
Window Blinds. China, Glass and Queensware,
besides a general assortment of household
Sale te commence at 9 o'clock a. m. Condi
tions maee known by
C. A. REECE.
II. Shubeut, Auct. 125-CtdB
FLIM & BREATEMAT
Arc efTering Greater Bargains than ever In
A Large Stock of Gas Fixtures at VERY
FLINN & BRENEMAN
152 North Queen Street,
WATCHES. The largest stock and most varied assortment te tie' found
In the interior of the state. We sell all the reliable grades of American and
Swiss Watches, and each watch is warranted according te the quality.
JEWELRY of the newest and prettiest designs in great quantity and vari
ety from a geed article in geld plate te the precious gem in costly setting.
SILVEBWABE.--Articles of utility and ornament in solid silver or electro
plate, artistic in design and of various styles of finish.
MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES tee numerous te specify, including every
thing consistent with a first-class Jewelry Business.
Realizing that we are in competition with the large houses of the Eastern
cities, we will be especially careful that every article shall be sold as low as
it could be bought elsewhere.
H. Z. BHOABS Ac BRO., Jewelers,
Ne. 4 West King Street.
A On Friday afternoon, a Ceral Breastpin.
The tinder will he liberally rewarded en leav
ing it at THIS OFFICE.
IT S. GAKA'S
145 East King Street, Lancaster, Pa.
Insurance Company of North America, Phil'a
Lycoming County Fire Ins. Ce., of Sluncy, Pa.
Franklin Fire Insurance Ce., Philadelphia.
Pennsylvania Fire Insurance Ce.. Phil'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 Phil'a. 17-lmdR
TWO NIGHTS ONLY.
POWER'S DR. CLYDE COMBINATION.
W.H.POWER, ... - Manager.
Mr. Jehn D. Mishler has the pleasure of pre
seating the BRILLIANT and DELIGHTFUL
which will be produced complete in all its rtc
tails, as at the Chestnut Street Theatre, Phila
delphia, sixty nights, by a Thoroughly Geed
GALLERY, - 25 Cts.
ADMISSION, - 35 & 50 Cts.
RESERVED SEATS, 75 cents, at Yecker's.
Everybody te adverttse, free of charge,
in the Intelligencer, who wants something
One Geed Cabinetmaker at
WALTER A. HEINITSH'S,
ltd 15 East King Street.
TT One first-class Bedy Maker tha.t can
make Gearings ami Repair Wheels. Alse- first
class Finisher in Coach Smithing Department,
PHILIP DOERSOM'S CARRIAGE FACTORY,
ltd 129 East King Street, Lancaster, ta.
IN NEW STYLE
Opcnen this day one case of
3,000 Yards of Lawns,
ta be sold at the Lew Price of 10 cts. per y aid.
Purchasers can save at least 5 cents per yard
by anticipating their wants ler the coining
Warm Weather, and buying these goods new,
Next Doer te the Court Heuse.
J. B. MARTIN & CO.,
Latest Designs in
At VERY LOW PRICES.
Glassware & Queensware,
OIL CLOTHS, &c.
3- Wc respectfully solicit a call.
J. B. MARTIN & Ce.
AS. KOS-EXKAUM & CO.,
. PACKERS OP LEAP TOBACCO, Ne-. 223
Prince street, Lancaster, Pa.
LV Fer sale, the stock and fixtures of a firsts
class Tin, Steve and Furniture Stere, with
geed Plumbing and Gas Pitting Business con
nected with it. A first-class chance Ibvoed
F. A. B1CKELL,
f28-3td Coatesville, Chester County. Pa.
The second story of Eshleman & !Rath
von's Banking Heuse, at Centre Square, and
also a room en second story, opposite the
Penn'a It. R. Depot, en Chestnut street.
B. F. ESHLEMAX.
f23-2td&Stf Attorney-at taw
TUST RECEIVED AT THIS OFFICE
BRAN NEW STYLES OF CARDS,
Fer the Spring of 1830. Call and see Specimens.
HORSE-SHOE CARDS, i
127-tfd I THE VERY LATEST OUT.
IN THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS OF
G. Sehner & Sens ) of Jan. 7, 1880, N ). 28.
vs. fl. fa. te Apl. 7, 1880,
Jno. Abraham Springer ) Ne. 2.
The undersigned Auditor appointed te dis
tribute the fund in Court under the above jt.
fa , te amraineng these legally entitled te the
same, will sit for that purpose en Wednesday,
March 10, 1880, at le o'clock, a. m., in the Li
brary Roem of the Court Heuse, in the ciuy of
Lancaster, where all persons interested in &aid
distribution may attend.
Philadelphia, Marcli 2. Fleur dull ; super
fine $1 254 75; extra $5 005 75 ; Ohie and In
diana family $6 757 25 ; Penn'a family 6 50
CS7;St. Leuis family $7750 ; Minnesota Fam
ily $0 1'Q0 87 ; patent and high grades
$7 258 25.
Rye flour $5 00.
Cernnical Brandy wine unchanged.
Wheat steady; Ne. 2 Western Red $1 6
147; Penn'a de $1 471 48 ; Amber $1 4814'J.
Cern steady ; steamer 55c ; yellow 5tic ; mixed
eats firm ; Southern and Penn'a white 48 ;
Western 47 ; Western mixed 45c.
Rye dull ; Western HOc ; Pa. 90c.
Seeds steady; geed te prime cleversced
$7253 00; de timothy $3 253 33 ; de flaxseed
Previsions dull; mess perk $13 30; beef
hams$lt5017 00; India mess beef $2150: Ba Ba
eon smoked shoulders 5c: salt de 44c:
smoked hams 910c; pickled hams b?
Lard dull ; city kettle 78c ; loose butchers'
77Jc ; prime steam 7e.
Butter fairly active and firm; creamery extra
3537c ; Bradford county and New Yerk extra
2527c ; Western reserve extra at 23927c ;
ue goeu te cneice ingfaa: rens nrin and scarce :
Penn'a extra 2023c; western reserve extra
Eggs steady; Penn'a lie; Western 1314c.
Cheese quiet ; N. Y. factory 14414c;
western full cream 1414lc ; de for geed Y6Z
Z ; de half-skims 12&nl3c.
Petroleum dull'; Rertned 73c.
Whisky at$l 10.
New terk itiai-Ret.
New Yerk. March 2. Fleur Receipts 11,297 ;
State and Western dull, aud in buyers'
favor; superfine state $5 005 50; ex
tra de$5 505C5; choicede$5 10fi; fancy de$6 10
7 50; round hoop Ohie $5 7500: choice
de $fi 107 50; superfine western $5 005 50 ;
common te geed extra de $5 505 75 ; choice
dodo$5 807 7."; choice white wheat de$5G
6 25; Southern quiet ; common te fair extra
$5 75K30; geed te choice de $U 403 00.
Wheat Spring quiet nominal ; Winter c
ewerand dull; Ne, 1 Red April $150151i.
Cern quiet aud firm ; Mixed Western spot
5G.JS58e ; de future 5350c.
Oats dull; state 47J4S51C; Western 4S50c.
Mendat, March 1. The receipts of cattle at
the various Philadelphia yards for the past
week were: Beeves, 2,515 head; sheep and
lambs, 7,500 de. ; hogs, 5,000 de. ; fresh cows,
Beef Cattle The market during the week
was rather active and prices were higher; a
few choice Lancaster steers sold at 6c. We
quote Extra at 5tlc ; geed at 5l45c ; me
dium, 45Jc; common, 44c; inferior,
The following are the consignees at the
West Philadelphia yards: Reger Maynes, 175:
A. &J. Christy, 104; McArdle & Murphy. 150 ;
Lewensteiu A Adler. 115; G. Schamberg &
Ce., 150; Jehn Tayler, 1-J5 ; James Aull, 130;
J. P. Sadler & Ce., 202 : ail ethers, 852.
SALES AT THK WKST FUILAOBLFUIA YARD.
2.U Reger Maynes, Western, gross, 56c.
176 A. & J. Christy, Western, gross, 435c.
Owen Smith, 25 t'enu'a., gross, ler E. Mc
Cullough ; 21 de., F. Rite ; 32 Western,
G. Schamberg & Ce., 4Jfic.
150 E. S. & B. F. McFillen, Lane. Ce., gross,
Ullmau & Lehman Bres., 00 Illinois, gross, for
Jehn Tayler ; 50 Western, J. P. Sadler & Ce.;
20 Lancaster co., Levi Sensenig, 55Jc.
28 James Clemsen, Lancaster co., gross, 5J
100 Jehn McArdlc, Yerk and Lancaster co.,
Denis Smyth, 38 Centre county : J. n. Beck,
20 Mifflin county ; Ira Thompson, 17 Lancas
ter county; D. Bender, 30 Westerii-sauiuel
Jehnsen, gross, 4."c.
50 Daniel Murphy, Western and Lancaster
co., gross, 45jc.
35 F. Sheetz, Western, gross, 45c.
103 Lewensteiu & Adler, Western, gross, 3
14t u. echamberg & Ce., Chicago, gross, 5
32 L. Hern, Lane. co. and Mifllin co., gross,
43 H. Chain, jr., Western, gross, 4i5Jc.
15 Daniel Smith & Bre., 35 Lancaster coun
ty ; A. Buckwalter, 3(3 Cumherland ceunty:
J. Henry, 32 Western ; Jas. Aull, 19 de.; Levi
Sensenig, 17 de. Schamberg & Ce., gross, i
20 Abe Osthcim, Western, gross, 55e.
110 Bachman & Levi, Western, gross, ii
18 S. Dreifus, Lan. co., gross, 45c.
18 P. Hathaway, Lane, co., gross, 5aec.
202 J. P. Sadler & Ce., Western, "gross, i
3G Jas. Eustace, Lane. co. and Western, gross,
70 M. Levi, Western and Lane, co., gross, i
12 11. Chain, mixed, gross, 3lc
SALES AT THE .NORTH PHILADELPHIA. TARD.
200 B. Hepe, Western gross, 4ftt5.Jac.
153 Kieter & Katz, Chicago gross, 56c.
38 E. & L. Chandler, Western, gross, 45Jc.
3 Gee. Baker, mixed gross, 34c.
27 William Robbin. Pcnna. gross, 34c.
22 Smith & Leatherman, mixed gruss,34c.
Milch cows were in fair demand and prices
ranged from $20 te $40 per head.
Het's The market for the week was inactive
en account of the warm weather, although
prices were the same as last reported. We
quote Extra at 7Jc ; geed at( 7c ; common
Lambs were in demand, but the arrivals were
light. We quote Extra at G7c ; geed, (i
t$6c ; medium, (Jc ; common, 5c.
Sheep were moderately active and prices
were unchanged. We quote Extra, 100 te 130
lbs., at U(c ; geed, 90 te 100 lbs, 5Ji6c ;
geed, 80 te ue lbs, 585;Sc ; fair, 70 te 80 lbs,
5J434C ; common, 4jj5c.
suiimel C. Stewartseld480 head dressed sheep
at 64c te 7c.
Philadelphia, Mar. 2
12:30 p. x.
Pennab's (third issue) 106
Philadelphia & Erie 17
Lehigh Valley 62
United Ces. et N. J 160
Northern Pacific 32
" Preferred 5f
Northern Central 34
Lehigh Navigation 37
Norristown 102, bid
Central Transportation Ce. 47
Pitts., Titusville & Buffalo. 20
Little Schuylkill 52
New Yerk, Mar. ?.
S. Y. Central 131J
Adams Express K9
Michigan Cent ml 91'4
Michigan Southern 10Sj
Illinois Central h-
Cleveland A Pittsburgh. . . .111
Chicago & Reck Island 149
Pittsburgh & Pert Wayne.. 117J5
Western Union Tel. Ce 112
Teledo & Wabash 42
New Jersev Central 87
United States Bends and Sterling Exchange-
(Quotations by B. K. Jamisen & Ce., S. W.
Cor. 3d and Chestnut Streets).
Philadelphia, Mar. 2.
United States 6's, 1831, (registered). .10105
United States 5's, 1881, ( legist ered)..le:isi035
United States 4H-S, 1891, (rcgistcred)IU8
United States 4's, 1891, (coupons)... 108
United States 4's, 1907. (reIatered)..105
United States Currency 6's 10t106J
Sterling Exchange 4S5 g$187
Nearly every Sewing Machine agent claims
te have the simplest machine. Prem the pri
vate books of Sewing Machine makers and at
tachment dealers, we learn the following
The American Machine has 135 parts
" Davis , " " 151
" Demestic " " 88 '
" Howe " " 244 "
" New Heme " " 133 "
" Remington " " 131 "
' Singer ' 112 "
" Weed " " 122 "
" While " " 134
Wheelsr & Wilson.Ne. 8,has 154
TUESDAY EVENING, MABCH 2, 188C.
Washington, March 2. Fer the Mid
dle Atlantic states, clear or fair weathei
easterly, veering te warmer southerly
winds, with falling barometer.
Anether Advance In Prices.
Philadelphia, March 2. The Phila
delphia & Reading coal and iron company
decided this meruiag te advance Eastern
prices of coal, te take effect en the 15th
The rates for hard white, ash coal at
Elizabethport will be : Lump and ste.im ste.im
beat, $4.75 ; broken aud egg, $4 ; stove,
$4; chestnut, $3.90; pea, $2.75. Fer
free burning coal at the same point, an
advance of 30 cents is made in broken ; 25
cents in egg and pea and live ceuts ii.
The price of hard white ash coal en
beard vessels at Pert Richmond will be
Lump and steamboat, $4.40 ; broken egj:
and stove, $3.65 ; chestnut, $3.55. and pea,
$2.40. An advance of 30 cents for broken
25 cents for egg, 5 cents for chestnut am.
15 cents for pea are made iu the prices el
free burning coals at the same point.
Destructive Conflagration in New Tork.
New Yerk, March 2. A fire broke out
this morning in Farnhams & ComsteckV
planing mill, Seventh avenue. In half an
hour that building and the adjoining fac
tory of the Demestic sewing machine com
pany was entirely consumed and the
flames were threatening the remaindei
of the block ou Seventh avenue
The losses were estimated at $75,
000 ou the plaining mill and stock,
aud $25,000 en the building; en sewing
machine property and building probably
Beside this Stewart's carpet cleaning
factory which adjoins the sewing machine
factory is flooded with water, and less
thus entailed will be heavy. The
firemen prevented the fire from communi
cating with Beck's wall paper fac
tory. The houses en the opposite
side of Twenty-ninth street and Seventh
avenue were set en fire several times, but
were promptly extinguished- The engineer
in the planing mill, Kartz E. Decarcy, was
dragged from the engine room fatally
burned and sent te the hospital.
THE OLD STOKY.
Forget te Watch the Other.
Pottsville, Pa. March 2. At neon te
day Andrew Meran, a puddler at Pale Alte
mill, while getting out of the way of a
north bound train en the Reading read,
was struck by an engine going south. He
was dragged a considerable distance, was
cut and bruised about the head and litei
ally disemboweled. lie cannot live. The
unfortunate man resides in Allentown.
Afternoon Telerauis Condensed.
J. R. Bed well, Rep., was elected maytr
of Hallewell, Me., yesterday.
Rev. Edw. Cowley was te-day trans
ferred from the Tombs te Blackwell's
Island. He was spared the humiliation of
riding in the black maria.
Parnell, Dillen and Murdock were intro
duced te the Iowa Legislature te-day and
the former made an address.
Net te be Navl Officer After All.
"Washington, March 2. Hayes te-day
withdrew the nomination of Pinchback
for naval eflScer at New Orleans, thus leav
ing Lewis, the present incumbent, undis
turbed. AN IMPORTANT AND INTERESTING
Discussed by an Able and Eminent Au
thority. Albany N. Y. Law Journal.
The proceeding of Judge Patterson
against Messrs. Steinman aiuMIensel, iu
Pennsylvania, involves au important and in
teresting question. The judge is county
judge of Lancaster. The ether gentlemen
are attorneys of his court and editors of the
Lancaster Intelligencer. As such edi
tors the latter published a statement te the
effect that the machinery of the court- had
been prostituted te serve the exigen
cies of the Republican party, and that
the judge had been prevented by his parti
san feeling from resenting the imposition
upon his court in a certain case, and the
disgrace attendant upon it. Thereupon
the judge ordered the editors te show
cause why they should net be disbarred.
The editors have answered denying the
right of the court te disbar them for this
act done by them as editors and net as at
torneys. It may well be that the editors have
rendered themselves liable te punishment
for contempt, en the ground that the pub
lication was calculated te bring the court
into disrespect, and impede the adminis
tration of justice. But it seems quite
doubtful whether the publication will
warrant the court iu disbarring the offend
ing editors. The courts make a distinc
tion between acts and conduct as an attor
ney and t se as a person. These editors
made this publication as editors and net
as lawyers. In some cases an at
torney has been disbarred for such
a want of integrity, displayed in
his conduct ether than as an attorney, as
shows him te be au unsafe aud unfit per
son te practice law, But we believe the
courts have never -gene further than this.
Dickers case, C7 Penn. St. 109 ; S. C, 5
Am. Rep. 420, illustrates the distinction,
There the court refused te disbar the attor
ney because he participated iu a pretended
gift enterprise, but did disbar him because
he conspired te get an opposing attorney
drunk in order te get an advantage of him
en a trial. Se in Baker v. Commonwealth, 10
Bush, 592, an attorney was disbarred for
altering a letter written by a judge te
the clerk. Ou the ether hand, in the
case et Ex parte, 2 Dew. P. R. 110, the
court rei'UM'd te strike elf an attorney
against whom a verdict for a
gross libel had been obtained.
Lord Lyndhurst saying: ''The court
will net strike an atleney from the
roll unless for some misconduct in his busi
ness as attorney, or where criminal pro
ceedings have been taken against him."
In many eases opprobrious and disrespect
ful language concerning jut'gjs has been
held uet even te be contempt, but this is
generally, we believe, because of the limi
tations of statutes defining contempt. But
however the law may stand, there
can be little question that the judge
has made a mistake of policy. Unless
it cau be shown that such a
publication is made with improper motives
a judge is wrong te resent it. Judge West
brook, for example, would become ridicu
lous if he should hale before him the
Times reporter. We suspect that Judge
Patterson has by this time realized the
tiuth of Mr. Weller's observation, that
magistrates commit themselves efteuer
than they commit anybody else.
THE CANADA PACIFIC RAILROAD.
Strike Terminated, bat Snow Obstructing
Winnepeg, Manitoba, March 2. The
strike in contract 15 of the Canada Pa.
cific railroad has terminated, the men
having received their pay. TraiHc south
of the boundary has been suspended for
six days by snow. Ne through mails have
yet been received.
Brandy as a Medicine.
The following article was voluntarily sent te
Mr. II. E. Slaymaker, Agent for Reigart's Old
Wine Stere, by a prominent practicing phy.-i-i-ian
e: this county, who lias extensively u.-ed
.tie Rrainly referred te in his regular practice.
It is commended te the attention or these af
Indigestion and Dyspepsia.
BRANDY AS A MEDICINE.
This new much abused Alcoholic Stimulant
va never intended as a beverage, but te he
used as a medicine of great potency in the cure
t some of the destructive difac which
weep away their annual thousand of victims.
W ith a purely philanthropic motive we pre
sent te the favorable notice et invalid. espe
iully these afflicted with that miserable iii
ase DyspcpMa, a specific remedy, which is
nothing mere or letw than
The aged, with feeble appetite and mere or
ees debility, will liud this simple medicine.
vhen used properly.
A Sovereign Remedy
or all their ills and aches, lie it, however
trlctJy understood that we prescribe and ue
nut one article, and thet is
Sold by our enterprising yenng
menu, 11. e.si.ai .uaivi-.k. this
Uraudy has steed the test for
tkauk iLAitK. years, and lias never failed, as fur
.is our experience extends, and we therefore
live it the preference ever all ether ISrandics,
ue matter with hew many jaw -breaking French
titles they are branded. One-tnurth 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, we can summon num
hers of witnesses one case in particular we
A hard-working farmer had been aitlicted
with an exhaustive Dyspepsia ter a number of
years; his stomach would reject almost every
kind of feed; he hail sour eructatiens con
stantly ue appetite in fuct, he was obliged te
restrict his diet te crackers and stale bread,
md as a beverage he used Mclirann's ltoet
lleer. lie is a Methodist, ami then, us new,
preached at times, anil in his discourses often
Jeclaiuied earnestly against all kinds of Ktieng
drink. When ml vised te try
Reigart's Old Brandy,
In his case, he looked up with astonishment,
hut after hearing of its wonderful effects in
.he cases of some of his near acquaintances, he
it last consented te fellow our advice, lie
used the Ilntiidy faithfully ami steadily; the
.irst bottle giving him an appetite, and before
1 he second was taken he was a eund man. wit Ii
t stomach capable el digesting anything which
e chose te eat. lie still keeps it and uses a Ut
ile occasionally ; and since he litis this medi
cine lie has been of very little pecuniary bene
fit te tlie doctor. A 1'uactisinu Physician.
H. E. SLAYMAKER,
Reigart's Old Wine Stere,
Established in 1785,
IMreUTKIl AND DKALKK IN
FIXE OLD I5UANDIKS, S1IEICUIES, SUI'E-
KlOlt OLD MADEIRA, (Imported in lsls,
1827 and 1SM.) CIIAMIWtJXES O
EVEItV KUAN D, SCOTCH ALE
POUTER, IIUOWX STOUT.
Xe. 29 EAST KING ST.. LiiflCASTEK. IA
Have achieved the most noted success of
any Medicine of Modern Times
Messrs. Weeks & i'etterhavc never doubted
the hpec'llc properties of Cuticuica. Cuticuka
Ueselvk.nt and cuticuka Seap, ler the sp edy.
iiermauent and economical cure of Humors et
the Itloed. Skin and Scalp. They art-, however,
astonished at their universal success: for it
was te bee.ipi-cti'il that in the hand-, of some
ihey would fail solely from spasmodic or igno
rant use of them.
They arc unable te say without fear of con
tnulictien that no remedies ever achieved in
the short space of one year tin number of won wen
lerful cures perforated by the Cuticuka Uem
kdies. SALT KIIEUX
Cevering the Hedy for Ten Years, Perma
Law OntcB of Chas. Houghten.
17Cengiess Street, Ilosten. Feb. 'A', 1S78.
Messics. Weeks & Pettki:: G'ettttevien.l feel
it a duty te inform you, mid through you all
who are iuteiested te I.new the tact, that 11
most disagreeable and obstinate ca-e efSalt
Itheiim or Ecemu, which lias been under my
per.-eiial observation from its first appearance
10 the present lime. about ten (i) ears,
eevcring the j-renter portion of the patient's
body and limbs with its peculiar irritating and
itching scab, antl te which a:l the kmiu 11 nit h
ids of treating such disease Ims beet: upp il
without bcnelit, has completely disappeared,
h-aviim a clean mid healthy si. iti. under a few
days of preluse application of Cuticuka.
1 can and de heartily advi-c an similarly af
flicted te try the remedy which ha been te ef
fectual in this case.
Very truly yours,
And Dyspepsia Treated by the Reselvent
Gains S 1-2 pound en One Det tie.
Qenllemen: I have had Liver Complaint and
Dyspepsia, with running sores en the side of
my neck, for ten years. Doctors did me no
geed 1 have been spending for eight years
and it did no geed. Everything I ate distress--ed
me. I get reduced from 17'J te 13-.! pounds.
At last I tiied the ItKseLVEXTaml it helped me
right en, and en the bottle I gained live and
one-half pounds. It is doing the business, and
lam geig for it strong.
Yours truly, JOHX ROY.
414 Wabash Ave., Chicago, 111., 'ev. 15, 1878.
Nete. Cuticura is admirably assisted in
cases et extreme physical weakness, or when
the virus of Scretula is known te lurk in the
system, by the internal use of the cuticuka
Reselvent, without leuht the most powerful
bleed purifier and liver stimulant in theweild.
Cuticura Seap is an elegant toilet, and medic
inal assi-dant te Cuticuka in the ticatment of
all external ailments-. Fer chapped hands,
rough skin and tan, sunburn, uiiil the lesser
skin trouble--, it is indispensable; as a soap ter
the toilet, the nursery and bath it is the most
elegant, refreshing and healing before the
These great remedies succeed where all
ethers heretofore in u-e fail because they pos
sess new and original properties never before
successfully combined in medicine
The cuticuka Remedies are prepared by
Weeks & Petter, Chemists and Druggists, 'JM
Washington street, Dosten, and are for sale by
all druggists. Price of Cuticura, small boxes,
Hi cents ; large boxes, containing two and one
half times thequantity et small, 1. Reselvent,
tl per bottle. Cuticun. Seap, i cents per cake ;
by mail, 30 cents: three cakes 75 ecu us.
In the Annihilation of
1'aiti and Inflammation.
FtFCTlTe" the Virilizatien of
1U.V1-UW w - p,..,.Iv-.. Iinii
til aerCflS Painful Nervous Part-i
W15I and Organs, in the Cur
ing of Chreiiii Weakness of the Lungs, Heart,
and Klduexs, in the Absorption of Poisons
from the llloed through the l'en-H,und tin Pre
vention of Fever ami Ague, l.iver Complaints,
Malarial and Contagious Diseases, they are
wonderful. Get the genuine.
LEG At. AO'I'OtA.
'STATE OF SUSAN CKAMEK, LATE OF
East Lampeter towns. .ip. deceased. Let
ters testamentary en taut e-iaie iitiviug neen
granted te the undersigned, all person? indebt
ed thereto are requested te make immediate
settlement, and these having claims or de
mands against the same win present them
without delay for settlement te the under
signed, residing in said tewiisiiip.
JiWitw JOEL L. LIGHTX EK. Executer.
SsIUNEU ES1ATE OF JOATUA S.
Steltzfuse. of Upper .Leaeeck township,
Lancaster county. Jonathan S. Stolid! use. of
t'pper Leaeeck township, having by deed of
voluntary assignment, dated JANUARY 31.
18S0, -assigned and transfe-red his esttte a
effects te the undersigned, ter the bcnelit cl
the creditors of the said Jeuutuaii S. Steltztu v,
he therefore gives notice te all p rseus indebt
ed te said assigner te m.ike payment te the
undersigned without delay aud these having
claims 10 present them te
JACUU s. EBV. Avignec,
Residing in itaruvnle, Laiiciv-iei v O.
B-cnj. F. Davis, Atte ney. lebll-tftw
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