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LANCASTER DAILY INTLLIGENCEfe,iMOMrAY; MAKH8,a880.
Woodlawn, Thbek Miles Seuth of ?
Walhalla, 8. C, March 6, 1880. 5
TFm. .4. Morten, Esq. :
My Dear Bra : We noticed some time
age that the citizens of Lancaster are be
coming interested in astronomy. We hare
been se for many years, but are net satis
fied 'with an outside leek at the stars, and
therefore, avail ourselves of every opportu
nity te have an inside or clairvoyant view
of their construction, and ether phenom
ena of interest which the telescope is much
tee short tee reach. We some time since,
saw an account in one of the papers sent
us, that a red spot was observed upon the
disk of Jupiter, ifnd desiring te knew
what it might be or the cause of it, we
directed the attention of three of our best
clairvoyants here in Seuth Carolina teit,
and they declared that it was a large hole
which passed entirely through the planet,
but gave no ether particulars, as they were
net versed in astronomy.
Seme days after we addressed a letter te
Mr. A. 11. Hcrr, living near Lancaster,
Pa., requesting him, his mother and
sister, te visit tlie planet clairvoyantly,
and te give me a description of it, &c.
Mr. Hcrr, you remember, is the young
gentleman who gave most of the descrip
tions of the stars published in our work,
" Worlds Within Worlds ;" and we yester
day received a letter from him, stating
that they paid a visit te Jupiter and found
the red spot described by astrouemers te
be 'an immense opening about two miles in
diameter (as near as they could estimate)
which passed entirely through the planet
the walls of which were all of rock. They
found nothing of interest, and no inhabi
tants inside of the opening.
The most interesting phenomena, how
ever, which they discovered was that an
immense (or heavy) current, as he de
scribed it, passed out of one opening and
into the opposite one en the ether side,
and that when they steed upon Jupiter at
his night time they observed a streak of
light about a mile wide across the heavens,
much resembling our Northern lights.
There can therefore be no doubt that
our own earth is also hollow and that a
similar current of electricity creates our
"Aurera Bereal is." Clairvoyance has
already revealed many facts before un
known, and when it becomes popular and
is practiced by investigating minfls, is des
tined te advance astronomy and te account
for many ether phenomena which exist in
the Great Beyond; that.thc telescope cannot
reach, and that a misguided prejudice
prevents the scientific mind from grasping
as it should. Wc propose te fellow up
the investigation when wc return te Lan
caster, and hope te see you by the first of
Wm. Baker Faunesteck.
Turnpike te be l'ut iu Order.
About a year age several parties in
Pottstown purchased about $50,000 worth
of stock, the whole of the state interest in
the Morgantown, Churchtown and Blue
Ball turnpike, running through Morgan
town, Churchtown and up into Lancaster
county. Since the purchase of this large
amount of oteck a number of Pottstown
capitalists have get control of the stock
and formed a temporary organization,
with Jeseph E. Ycager, president; R.
Morgan Reet, secretary, and William Ed
clman, treasurer, pre. tern. It is the object
of these stockholders te put the turnpike
in geed order, and re-establish the tell
gates at the earliest possible time, and en
Wednesday next will leave Pottstown in a
large omnibus fei Morgantown for the
purpose of reorganizing the company and
electing permanent officers. This turnpike
company was incorporated in 1817 with
Jehn Hudsen as president and Edward
List of Unclaimed Letters.
The following is a list of unclaimed let
ters remaining in the posteilicc for the
week ending Monday, March 8 :
Ladies? List. Eliza Evans, Louisa
Fisher, Clara McMernim, Sarah A. Smith,
Gents" List. Daniel Becker, Geerge E.
Brubakcr, Abm. Brubaker, C. Buckwal
ler, Mr. Delzman, Jehn Dissinger, Jonas
Eby, J. R. Fergusen, N. W. Felk, A. L.
Graff, James O. German, L. L. Geissmycr,
Jehn Gates, Sam'l C. Hambright, T. A.
Leng, Owen Lamb (for.), H. D. Lisben,
Gee. Laubach, Marien Lefcvrc, Lewis P.
Miller, Lee Mampc (for.), Jeseph Myers,
Henry Neiby, Hugh Rcilly, Chas. A. Rice.
F. Sehuu, Townsend & Brethers, Chr'n
Ulnier, Elias Witmer.
Pennsylvania Millers Association.
The following commission has been
named by the Pennsylvania millers' as
sociation te leek after the interests of
Pennsylvania exhibitors at the coming
Millers' international exhibition te be held
at Cincinnati, Ohie, June 2, viz :
W. Latimer Small, Yerk, Yerk county,
Pa. ; Isaac M. Themas, Wilkesbarrc, Lu
zerne county, Pa. ; S. L. Levan, Lancas
" ter, Lancaster county, Pa. ; F. J. Schech,
Selinsgrove, Snyder county, Pa. ; Jehn
Heffer, Harrisburg, Dauphin county, Pa. ;
- D. M. Bare, Rearing Spring,Blair county,
Pa. ; Frank Hay, Leck Haven, Clinten
Nene Frem the Third Ward.
There was no grocer from the Third
ward complained of before Alderman Ban
for selling hard cider. Beth the accused
were from the Seventh, and some of the
taxpayers out that way want te knew why
the county should be mulcted for costs in
On the ether hand Alderman Barr in
forms us that the cases were never docket
ed and no costs incurred, as he discovered
the complainant te be mentally weak.
The second performance of this charm
ing comedy by Power's strong combina
tion, en Saturday evening, was witnessed
by an audience of fair numbers, who huge
ly enjoyed the rich treat afforded them by
the amusing entertainment. The company
appear in Lebanon te-night.
The Corener vs. His Deputy.
In the case of Corener Mishler vs. Depu
ty Corener Wakeman Wesley, te recover
from the latter a bonus of $4, of the fees
paid te him for holding an inquest ( Wes
ley having signed a contract at the time of
his appointment as deputy te pay the coro
ner $4 for every inquest held by him), Al
derman Wiley has given judgment in favor
of the plaintiff for $4 and costs of suit.
L Shed Blown Down.
The high wind of Last Friday blew down
a bed belonging te Cel. Edward McGovern,
at McGevernville, Manheim township.
The shed was 05 feet long and was used
or stabling horses.
"DOCTORS VS. QUACKS"
What Is Agitating Medical
At the February meeting of the Lan
caster County Medical Society the matter
of quack practitioners was-discusBecL, and
a committee was appointed te get the
names of such persons new practicing in
Lancaster, with a view of having them
prosecuted tinder the previsions of the act
of March 24th, 1877. This committee
consisting of Drs. Bolenius, Welchans, and
Blackwood, at a late meeting of the society
reported the names et the following alleged
violators of this law Dr. C. A. Greene, Dr.
Jeshua W. Potts, Dr. Jehn Campbell, and
Doctress Harriet Sweeney.
Tlie previsions of the law of 1877 are te
the effect that these who announce them
selves as medical practitioners must either
have a diploma from a chartered and duly
authorized medical college, or must have
practiced five years continuously prier te
March 24, 1877. These who have no di
ploma must make affidavit te their prac"
ticc and intention before the prothenotary,
in whose office records of the same shall
be kept. Transient practitioners and itin
erants, advertising medical services or
proposing te cure the ailing, must furnish
evidence of their elegibility te practice,
under the act of 1877, te the clerk of quar
ter session, and pay a license fee of $50 for
the year, and $5 fee te the clerk. Failure
te comply with the act renders the
party se offending liable te a fine of $200
te $400 for each offense.
The act also defines the standard quali
fications of a medical practitioner te be
the following : A geed moral character, a
thorough elementary educatieu, a com
prehensive knowledge of human anatomy,
human physiology, pathology, chemistry,
materia medica, obstetrics, and practice of
medicine and surgery, and public hygiene.
The committee of the medical society
handed the names abeve mentioned te
District Attorney Eslileinan, with a request
that legal proceedings be commenced
against them. The district attorney hand
ed the names te Alderman Spurrier te in
augurate proceedings. Alderman Spurrier
has as yet taken no action in the matter,
but the subject having been made public
has caused a geed deal of comment en the
A reporter of the Intelligencer inter
viewed several of the parties interested
and obtained, in addition te what is above
stated, the following facts :
Dr. C. A. Greene states that he studied
medicine and graduated in 1848 at Berk
shire medical college, Mass., an institution
that stands as high as any medical college in
the country, and that he has practiced
medicine ever since. Early in his medical
experience he became convinced that med
icine and surgery, as practiced by the fac
ulty generally, was susceptible of many
improvements. He believes his researches
have put him in possession of scientific
facts and remedies for the cure of disease
of which doctors generally knew little or
nothing. In confirmation of this he enum
erates many remarkable cures effected by
him, in this city and elsewhere, after the
patients had been given up by the most
eminent physicians and surgeons. He says
he came here te reside permanently,
opened an office at Ne. 23G North Queen
street, which he thinks compares favorably
ill all its appointments with any office in
the city ; that his diploma hangs en his
office wall ; that he made application te
become a member of the medical society,
and intends te make application until he is
elected, or knows the reason why he is re
jected. He states that he is an omnipa emnipa
thist and accepts that which is geed in all
systems of medicineand rejects that which
is bad. He appears te be rather pleased
with the fact that his name has been con
nected with quackery, as it will enable
him te show that he has said and written
mere against quackciy than perhaps any
physician in the county. lie insists that
the proceedings instituted against him
shall go en, se that he may be able te se
cure a full and complete vindication.
In a brief interview with Dr. Potts that
gentleman said he was net a graduate of
any medical college, but that he had been
a successful practitioner for twenty-five
years. When the law af 1877 was passed,
he was one of the first, if net the very first,
in this city, te comply with its previsions.
He went te the office of the prothenotary,
made the necessary affidavit, paid the
stipulated fee, and was duly registered as a
Dr. Campbell was next called en, but
that gentleman was net at home and his
status under the law could net therefore be
ascertained ; nor could an interview be had
this morning with Doctress Sweeney.
Twe or three members of the medical
society were briefly interviewed but no
new facts were gathered. We called at
the office of the prothenotary te take a
leek at the book in which are registered
the names of licensed non-graduated prac
titieners but the clerks in the office could
net find it and the " old reliable " clerk,
Wm. E. Kreider, was unavoidably absent.
We will call again.
Trouble at Hagelgans's Tavern.
At Hagelgans's tavern, in East King
street, near Middle, en Saturday night, a
gang of drunken men raised quite a row,
by ordering and refusing te pay for their
beer, and drinking the beer that had been
drawn for ether customers. Mr. Hagel
gans was absent when the trouble com
menced, but hearing of it hurried home,
arrived in time te knock down one or two
of a gang that had attacked Mr. Michael
MacGenigle, for no ether provocation than
that he was supposed te have had some in
fluence in inducing Republicans te vote for
the re-election of his brother. Ne com
plaints have been made for the arrest of
the rioters, we believe, because when com
plaints have heretofore been made against
this gang, prominent Republican poli
ticians have always come forward and
shielded them from the punishment due
On Thursday night thieves visited the
residence of Mrs. H. N. Stener, in West
Lampeter township, and stele fifteen
chickens, the last that were en the prem
ises. 3Irs. Stener has had a very large
number of chickens stolen this winter, the
thieves having been regular in their visits
te her premises. As there are no mere
chickens there the thieves are notified that
they need net come again before next fall.
THE POLICE FORCE.
Xayer MacGenigle Issnes, a New Set of
' BegulatieBS for 1U Government;
'Oh take one consideration with another,
A policeman's let Is net a happy one."
The mayor, te-day promulgated tlie fel
lowing-revised, police regulations, which
will be strictly enforced :
Police officers must report promptly at
the hours designated day and night, and
must net loiter in the station house after
roll call or the hour for reporting.
Officers must net remain longer at the
offices of aldermen than is necessary for
the transaction of business. They must
net enter any drinking saloon or beer
house except en business. Any officer
found drunk either en or off duty will be
Ne officer will be allowed te leave his
pest, substituting another officer in his
place, without permission from the mayor
or chief of police, under penalty of fine or
Officers assigned te corner duty must
keep loungers off the sidewalksKand sup
press alt indecent language en the streets,
and prevent loud shouting and boisterous
singing at night.
Officers, en all occasions, unless dispensed,
must wear their badge of office under
penalty of a fine or suspension.
Officers must net linger together for any
length of time in conversation while en
duty, but must be found en their respec
tive beats visiting the different parts of
their wards as often as practicable.
Officers must see te the timely removal
of snow and ice from the pavements and
gutters ; te the removal of boxes, signs
merchandise and wares of any kind what
ever from pavements, where occupying
limits contrary te law ; te notifying prop
erty owners of bad pavements ; te the side
walks net being obstructed by wagons, as
at tobacco warehouses, and te the sup
pression of all nuisances whatever.
Officers will net be allowed te enter the
opera house, unless by special permission
te attend the plays, en nights they are en
duty. The time of the officers belongs te
the people of the respective wards, from
which they are appointed and paid for out
of the taxes of the people.
All money coming into the hands of
policemen, belonging te prisoners arrested,
must be deposited with the chief of police,
the mayor, or the alderman before whom
complaint has been made.
The officer calling the roll at 7 and
11 o'clock a. m. and 3 o'clock
p. m. must mark the absence of
officers and return the same te the
chief at 9 o'clock the same evening,
who will report absentees te the mayor.
Any ether violation of rules, or conduct
unbecoming an officer, must be reported
at the same time. "
The chief will make it the duty of the
officers te report once a week the condi
tion of the city lamps, and transmit the
rapert in writing te the mayor.
Officers must be vigilant in preventing
the erection of wooden buildings within
the prohibited limits, and report imme
diately all cases where the law is likely
te be violated in this respect.
The chief will be held responsible for
any neglect en his part te report all viola
tions of the above rules coming te his
knowledge, and will also be required te
see that the rules are properly enforced.
Joux T. MacGenigle,
Mayer's Office, March 8, 1880.
A Case for the Charitable.
Geerge Laird, whose illness and sadly
destitute condition were mentioned in
these columns en Saturday evening, died
about neon te-day, leaving a wife utterly
without means.ef subsistence save through
the charity of neighbors. He lived at 522
Woodward street, and it is stated
by persons who were called
into the house by the bereaved
widow that there was positively nothing
te eat there save half a quarter of flour
that had been given te them this morning
by the people who live next deer. Friends
of the family are making efforts te raise
money te provide a decent burial for the
dead man, and in the name of that God Ged
given virtue of charity, which is greatest
among all virtues, it is hoped that the per
sons who have started this relief subscrip
tion will meet with a generous reception.
GEN. REYNOLDS'S PORTRAIT.
Interesting Memerial Presentation.
This afternoon, Hen. T js. E. Frank
lin, Dr. Chas. A. Heinish, Geerge K.
Reed and ethers, went te Philadelphia te
be present at a meeting of the Pennsyl
vania Historical society, en which occasion
a' fine portrait of Maj. Gen. Jehn F. Rey
nolds, bequeathed te the society by his
brother, the late Rear Admiral Wm. Rey
nolds, will be formally handed ever te the
society by J. G. Resengartcn, en behalf of
Admiral Reynolds's family. Several dis
tinguished officers are booked for addresses.
A March Snow.
Yesterday there was a heavy fall of
snow which continued without interrup
tien from morning until night. Had the
ground been frozen and the weather colder
it is believed the snow would have at
tained a depth of nearly a feet, but the
mild temperature caused much of it te
melt. Even with this drawback, however,
it lay in some shady places te a depth of
five inches, but it is new nearly all gene.
Venner, the prophet, said the heaviest
fall of snow would take place in March. Is
this the one he alluded te or shall we leek
for another ?
Last evening Henry Denues, cigar manu
facturer, brother of Charles Denues, esq.,
died at his residence,Ne. 314 New Helland
avenue, this city in the 52d year of his ace.
On the day of the city election he caught
a severe cold, which developed into typhoid
pneumonia, from which he suffered ter
ribly until relieved by death. He leaves a
wife and two children. He served as a
Union soldier in the Southwestern army
during the war, and was a member of
Geerge H. Themas pest G. A. R. His
funeral will take place en Thursday af
ternoon at 1 o'clock.
Quarreling en Middle Street.
On Saturday night three or four crowds
of young men from different parts of the
city met en Middle street and get into a
dispute. There was a great deal of talk
and some slight skirmishing, but no one
was hurt, as the police several times
stepped the noise, which occasionally be
came very boisterous.
A Pleasant Surprise.
On Saturday evening Miss Sue S. Miller,
residing en the Lititz pike, near New
Haven, was pleasantly surprised by a party
of between 30 and 40 couples. The occa
sion was one which will net seen be for
gotten. Shawnee Furnace.
A large number of iron-workers have ar
rived in Columbia, having secured situa.
liens at Shawnee furnace, which has been
put in complete working order and is ex
pected te be put iu blast te-night. It will
give employment te fifty or mere men.
NEW Alt VEXTISEMENTS.
WATCHES. The largest stock and meat varied assortment te be 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.
8HjVEBWAEE. 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 beuses 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. RHOADS 8c BRO., Jewelers,
Ne. 4 West King Street.
Bends, Stocks, etc., Sold at the Cooper
This afernoen Samuel Hess & Sen, auc
tioneers, sold the following stocks, bends,
etc., at public sale at the Cooper house.
Five shares of Farmers' national bank
stock, te Geerge Eendig, at $95 per share.
Ten shares of same stock te Elias Bard,
at $05 per share.
Forty shares of same stock te Martin
Kreider, at $95 per share,
shares of same stock te Martin
Kreider, at $95.05 per share.
Eight $500 Lancaster city 1890 bends,
interest payable April 1st and Octeber 1st,
te A. S.Bechteld, ai $118.50 per $100.
One $500 Lancaster city 1890.bend, in
terest payable in July and January, te
Rudelph Fenstermachcr, at $117.20 per
Twe $500 Lancaster city 1885 bends,
interest payable iu July and January, te
Henry Herr, at $114 per $100.
One $500 Lancaster city 1885 bend, in
terest payable in April and October, te
Jonathan Weaver at $113.45 per $100.
One $500 Lancaster city 1880 bend, in
terest payable in July and January te
Jonathan Weaver at $105.20 per $100.
Twe of the same bends te David Landis,
at $104.95 per $100.
Twe of the same bends te David Laud is,
at $104.65 per $100.
Three of the same bends te W. L. Peipcr
at $104.70 per $100.
Twe $100 Lancaster city 1880 bends,
interest payable in July and January, te
David Landis, at $104.10 per $100.
Twe $1000 Lancaster city 1880 bends,
interest payable in July and January, te
Jacob Bausman, at $102.75 per $100.
One $500 Lancaster city 1880 bend, in
tercst payable in July and January, te C.
R. Landis, at $103.05 per $100.
Twe $500 Lancaster city (30 year) bends
interest payable in January and July, te
Jehn Hess at $103 per 100.
One of same bends te Martin Kreider at
$102.25 per $100.
One of same bends te Jehn Hess at
$102.75 per $100.
Seven of same bends te A. K. Warfel at
$102.60 per 100.
Three $100 Lancaster city (30 year)
bends, interest payable in July and Janu
ary, te A. L. Landis at $103.30 per $100.
Twe of same bends te Rudelph Fenster
macher at $104 per $100.
, Ten shares of Farmers national bank
stock te Jehn Eaby, at $94 per share.
Twenty shares of Willow street turnpike
stock, te Tobias Landis, at $40.50 per
Twelve shares of Conestoga and Big
Spring Valley turnpike stock, te Themas
Ell maker, at $17,45 per share.
Eighteen shares of Big Spring and Bea
ver Valley turnpike stock te E. R. Herr
at $4.05 per share.
Ten shares of Lancaster and Quarry
ville Narrow Gauge railroad stock te Dr.
P. W. Hiestand, at $3.50 per share.
Twe shares of contributed state normal
school stock, te neffman nershey, at $24
Postmaster Marshall has had large
cards, with the time of the opening and
closing of mails, printed and pasted up in
the posteffice. They will be very useful
and convenient te the public and will save
the clerks a great deal of annoyance.
A Gift from Heaven.
St. Jacob's OilJs the success et theage; it
cures everybody, and is considered a gitt from
heaven by our people. A. V. Bdrk,
The rose bud opening te the morn,
While yet the dew hangs en the thorn.
Exhales less sweetness than is went
Te breathe from lips that SOZODOXT
Has touched with a soft crimson glow
That shows the dazzling teeth off se.
BSTTer further details see advertising
Shrewdness and Ability.
Hep Bitters se freely advertised in all the
papers, secular and religions, are having a
large sale, and are supplanting all ether medi
cines. There Is no denying the virtues el 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
Try Lecher'8 Cough Syrup.
Act wisely be ready have en hand "Dr.
Sellers' Cough Syrup," and you will have noth
ing te fear net. even a doctor's bUl,
Asthmatic troubles disappear under the
magic dispelling wand of Dr. Browning's C. &
C. Cordial. A certain lady was se much
troubled with this dreadful disease that it was
impossible for her te lie down.- She was re
commended te see Dr. Browning, who is a reg
ular graduate et one of the eldest and best
known medical colleges In the United States,
and whose diploma may be seen at his office,
1117 Arch Street, Philadelphia. He confidently
asked her te try his C. ft C. Cordial, and the
result was that in a short time the lady could
rest comfortably at night, and the trouble seen
disappeared. Fer salebya1T druggists (50c.
per bottle) or the proprietor.
Statistics prove that twenty-nve per cent,
of the deaths in enr 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 4er their neg
ligence, or pity them for their Ignorance T
Use Loeher's Herse and Cattle Penders.
A most righteous judgment awarded Dr.
Lindsey for the-wonderful cures performed by
his "Bleed Searc'her." Sold by all druggists.
Try Loeher's Cough Syrup.
A New Method in Medicine.
By this new method ' every sick person can
get a package of tlie dry vegetable compound,
Kidney-Wert, and prepare for themselves six
quarts of medicine It Is a specific cure for
Kidney Diseases, Liver Complaint, Constipa
tion and Piles, and a great tonic for females.
They Werk Together.
When your system gets out of tune and you
feel completely played out, it is pretty certain
that yqu need a medicine te act en both the
Kidneys and Liver ler these important organs
work' together in freeing tlie system et its
waste, and keeping up the tone. Then take
Kidney-Wert, for this is just what it does, ter It
l bth diuretic and cathartic.
Pure Spices at. Lecher's Drug Stere.
Catarrh of the Bladder Cured.
Henrietta, Menree Ce., N. Y., Jan. 5, 1SS0.
II. II. Warner & Ce.: Gentlemen: I am u
man C7 vears of age, have lived in Menree
county, X. Y., most of my life, ami beKeve
there is no man of my acquaintance who would
doubt anj' statement I might make. I have
been a terrible sutTerer of Catarrh of the Blad
der for years. Hearing of a number of cures
from the use of your remedy, und after taking
a few bottles of your Safe Kidney and Liver
Cure, I was net only Tellevcd, but found my
self cured. THOMAS OWEXS.
Mothers! Mothers!! Mothers!!!
Are you disturbed at night and broken el
your rest by a sick child sulTering and crying
with the excruciating pain of cutting teeth?
It se, go at once and geta bottle of MRS. WIXS-'
LOW'S SOOTHING SYRUP. It will relieve the
peer little sutTerer immediately depend upon
it; there is no mistake about it. There is neta
mother en earth who has overused it, who will
net tell you at once that it will regulate tlie
bowels, and give rest te the mother, and relief
and 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
el the eldest and best female physicians and
nurses in the United States. Sold everywhere'
25 cents a bottle. J17-lyd&wM,W&S
A Mether's Grlet.
The pride of a mother, the life and joy of a
home, arc her children, hence her grief when
sickness enters and takes them away. Take
warning then, that you are running a terrible
risk, if they have a Cough, Croup or Whooping
Cough, which lead te Consumption, if you de
net attend te it at once. Shiloh's Consump
tion Cure is guaranteed te cure them. Price 10
cents, 50 cents and $1. Fer lame Back, Sid'.
or Chest, use Shiloh's Pereus Plaster. Price
25 cents. Sold by D. Hcitshu, Lancaster, and
M. L. Davis, MiUersville.
The Best I Ever Knew or.
J. G. Starkey, a prominent and Influential
citizen of Iowa City, says: "I have had the
Dyspepsia, and Liver Complaint for several
years, and have used every Remedy I could
hear of, without any reliet whatever, until I
saw your Shiloh's Vitalizer advertised iu our
paper, and was persuaded te try it. I am happy
te state that it has entirely cured me. It i cer
tainly the best Remedy I ever knew of." Price
7."i cents. Sold by I). Ileitshu, Lancaster, and
M. L. Davis, MiUersville.
Shiloh's Catarrh Kemedy.
A marvelous Cure for Catarrh, Diphtheria
Canker Meuth, and Head Ache. With eacli
bottle there is an ingenious nasal Injector for
the mere successful treatment of tne com
plaint, without extra charge. Price 50 cents,
sold by D. Ileitshu, Lancaster, and M.L. Davis,
MiUersville. s-JO-codD&eeu W
NJ-:W Alt rjiltTIiiJSM JCXTS.
1JSSUKK VOUKPKOPKKTVIN TIIK ItKST
BAUSMAX & BURNS-.
-."J-tfeedR Office: Xe 10 West Orange St.
Lancaster, wee. 12, IS?).
TNSUKE YOUR PROPERTY IX RELIABLE
BENJ. F. SHENK'S,
Office : 10S West King Street.
IIRE, LIFE AND ACCIDENT.
Insurance at lowest rates. Geed and Reli
able Companies. HERR A STAUFFER,
iteat Estate & Ins. Agts., 3 X. Duke St.
Just received at this office the iinest let of
Business Cards, Pregrammes, Cevers,
Bills of Pare, Circulars, &c.
Something new. Call and see samples.
APPLICATION FOR CHARTER.
Netice Is hereby given that application
will be made te Court by the undersigned, for
the granting or a Charter te the "Lancaster
Scientitic 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. CRUMBAUGH, J. D. PYOTT.
B. F. SAYLOR, , ml-3tdeawM
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE
CEIVED by the Street Committee up te
MARCH 11. 1830. at 5 o'clock n m.. for a-Sewer
en West Chestnut streets, from I'inete Xevin
streets, according te specifications at City
Regulator's Office. Proposals te be nnt in
Street Bex at Bair & Shenk's Bank.
By order of the Street Committee.
m6A9d J. K. BARR, Clerk.
JUST RECEIVED A FINE LOT OF BALED
n AY AXD STRAW, at
M. F. STEIGERWALT & SON'S,
FLOUR, GRAIN AND COAL,
234 NORTH WATER STREET.
4S-Western Fleur a Specialty. s27-lyd
TT S. GAKA'S
145 East King Street, Lancaster, Pa.
Insurance Company of North America, Pliil'a
Lycoming County Fire Ins. Ce.. et Muncy, Pa.
Franklin Fire Insurance Ce., Philadelphia.
Pennsylvania Fire Insurance Ce., Pliil'a.
Continental Fire Insurance Ce., Xew Yerk.
Hanover Fire Insurance Ce., Xew 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. f7-lmdR
T Y Everybody te advertise, free of charge,
in the INTELLIGENCER, who wants something
Y V A young colored man wants a situation
te attend horses. Apply at
ltd THIS OFFICE.
A Girl te leave the city te Cook, Wash
and Iren for a small family. Reference re
quired. Address this office.
A geed honest boy te learn the barber
ing and bair dressing business. Apply te
J. G. BOEHRINGER,
ltd Under Cadwell Heuse.
BEMOVED! REMOVED!! REMOVED!!!
i Hereafter erderc for hanging .paper at
last yearns rates (notwithstanding the advance
in ether commodities) will be received at C.
W. Metzgar's Cracker Stere, 18 West Kipg
street, or at residence, 442 East King street,
Lancaster. JaMES S. BATEMAX.
MONDAY EVENING, MARCH 8, 1880.
Washington, March 8. Fer the Mid
dle Atlantic states, rising, followed by
falling barometer, lower temperature,
northwest te northeast winds, partly
cloudy weather, with occasional rain or
THE BK1BERY CASES.
Kemble's Partners Plead Guilty The
Apostle of Addition, Division and
Silence Dees Likewise, but
Pretest His Innocence.
Harrisburg, Pa., March 8. The riot
bribery cases came up for trial at 2 o'clock
te-day, Judges Pearson and Hendersen en
the bench. Messrs. Brewster, Mann, Cas
sidy, Herr, Lamberton, Albright, Weiss,
Hall, Jerdan and Armstrong, counsel
for defense, and Messrs. Hellinger, district
attorney, J. W. Simonteu, Matt Carpen
ter, F. B. Gewen, Jere Black, J. C. 31c
Alarney and Geerge Irwin, counsel for the
commonwealth, were all present.
In the cases of the commonwealth vs.
Charles B. Salter and Jesse R. Crawford,
charged with corrupt solicitation, pleas of
of guilty were entered by the defendants.
William H. Kemble entered a plea
of guilty and protested that he never
did corruptly offer any money or thing of
value te cither or any of the persons nam
ed in the bill of indictment.
Judge Pearson seriously doubted the
legality of this form of plea. The plea was
then withdrawn until te-morrow or Wed
In William F. Rumbcrger's case a plea
of guilty was entered.' Christian
Leng's case was continued until te-morrow
morning en account of the sickness of the
ACCORDING TO THE "STA-TOOTS."
Justice Bradley of the U. S." Supreme
Court Affirms the Constitutionality
or the Federal Election Laws.
"Washington, March 8. A decision was
rendered in the United States supreme
court this afternoon in the case of Albert
Seibald et al., election judges, of Mary
land, convicted in the United Stat.5
circuit court, upon the charge of interfer
ing with the supervisors of election and
United States deputy marshals.
The petitioners here pray for writs of
habeas corpus and ccrtieriari in order te
bring their cases before the court en the
ground that the statutes under which they
were indicted (generally known as the
" federal elcctieu laws") are unconstitu
tional and void.
This court in an elaborate opinion by
Justice Bradlgy, affirms the constitution
ality and validity of the statutes in ques
tion, sustains the jurisdiction of the cir
cuit court under these statutes, and denies
writs of habeas corpus and certiorari
In the case of (ex-partc) Clarke, election
judge, in the city of Cincinnati, involving
the constitutionality of the federal election
laws, the court refers te its opinion in the
Maryland cases as decisive of all the ques
tions raised, and orders the prisoner re
manded te the custody of the United
States marshal. Justice Field is new read
ing a dissenting opinion concerning both
AT IT AGAIN.
The Inevitable Reading Hardware Em
ployees Want 25 per cent. Mere.
Reading, March 8. The employees of
the Reading hardware company, oper
ating three large foundries here, have de
manded an advance of 25 percent, in wages
and threaten te strike if a favorable reply is
net given byaWednesday next. These men
obtained an increase of 25 per cent,
only a short time age, and the firm
express an opinion that they will new be
compelled te discontinue operations. The
men in the Birdsboro iron mill returned
te work this morning without receiving
their advance of ten per cent, as demanded,
but tbey say they will strike en Saturday,
unless an increase of twenty per cent., is
CALLING OCT THE TROOPS.
Guarding Against Trouble In San Francisce.
San Francisce, March 8. Tlie Call
this morning says the military arc taking
great precautions in guarding various
armories. General McDowell received a
dispatch from Washington ordering him
te bring all the available troops in his
division te San Francisce, and five hun
dred men are already en route, with prob
ably fifteen hundred te fellow.
Parnelt's Scheme Endorsed at Heme.
Londen, March 8. The Times says it is
stated that en Parnell's return from
America monster meetings in favor of his
scheme for peasant proprietary will be re
sumed by a series of county demonstrations
in all parts of Ireland.
HOUSE EUUNISUINO OOOOJtS.
FLIM & BRENEMAN
Are offering Greater Bargains than ever in
A Large Stock of Gas Fixtures at VERY
FLINN & BRENEMAN
152 North Queen Street,
ESTATE OF .WM. J BARKLK1V LATE
ofCeIerain township, Lancaster county.
Pa-, deceased. Letters of administration qn
said estate having been granted te the
undersigned, all persona indebted thereto arc
requested te make Immediate payment, and
these having claims er-deniands against the
same will present them without delay for set
tlement te the undersigned, residing in Cole Cele
rain township. J OHX W. PHILLIPS,"
James M. Walker, Att'y. feblC-Ctw
Pennatfs (third Issue) 106
Philadelphia A Erie 17J ,
Beading Si -
Pennsylvania 5j2 - - ?
Lehigh Valley. 32J
United Ces. of X.J 160 5
Northern Pacific 3X&
Preferred 572 " '
Northern Central 3&i
Lehigh Navigation 37
N erris town, myc --""-
Central Transportation Ce. 47?J . - ;
Pitta., Titusviile A Buffalo. 19?
Little Schuylkill 53 :Ti
Stocks buoyant. - s
Meney 5Q6 - .
X. Y. Central 132-k
Eric 6fi "
Adams Express ll2 .
Michigan Central 94
Michigan Southern lie .?:Vj
Illinois Central 104 ,
Cleveland A Pittsburgh.. ..Ill -
Chicago a Reck Island. 113 t.
Pittsburgh & Kert Wayne..H7
Western Union Tel. Ce 112!
Teledo & Wabash 44
New Jersey Central tt
United States Bends and Sterling Kxchaaga
(Quotations by B. K. Jamisen A Ce., S. W.
Cor. 3d and Chestnut Streets).
Philadelphia, Mar. 8.
United States 6's, 18S1, (registered). .105'1057i
United States 5's, l&l, (registered). .iu$103j2
uiiucu Biaies$s, ijwi, (regisieree)iua wn
United States 4's, 1891, (coupons).. .108 Gil
United States 4's, 1907. ( registered). .105?i05i
u mieu amies currency t, s.
Philadelphia, March 8. Fleur inactive and
weak ; superfine 1 0G4 50: extra $5 UOQ5 50 ;
Ohie and Indiana famllv $G 507 00 ; 1'unn'a
family (6 2566 75 ; St. LenU family Hi 750725 ;
Minnesota family $6 25QG 75 ; patent and high
Jtye neur ue.
Cernmeul Brandy wine unchanged.
Wheat dull : Xe. i Western Ked il tl ;
Penn'a de $1 43 ; Amber $1 44.
Cern quiet; steamer 54($55c ; yellow 5Gc ;
Oats quiet ; Xe. 1 48c4SJ; Xe. 2 47cJ ; Xe. 2
Rye II rm ; Western 92g93c ; Pa.92au:lc.
Seeds Ann : geed te prime cleverseed $7 2549
800; de timothy $3 25335; de llaxseed
scarce at $1 75l DO.
Previsions dull; mess perk $13 00: beet
hams$165017 00; India mess beef ill 50; Ba Ba Ba
conseoked shoulders 55Jc ; salt de 4
Jic: smoked bams 910e; pickled hams
Lard dull; city kettle 8c; loose butchers'
7c ; prime steam 7Jc.
Butter firm and fairly nctlve ; creamery extra
35037c ; Bradford county and Xew Yerk extra
272Sc ; Western reserve extra at 272Si: ;
de geed te choice 2025c: rolls firm and scarce :
Penn'a extra '2lQ.Sk:; western reserve extra
Eggs quiet; Penn'a 1213c; Western 12
Cheese dull; X. Y. factory 14J14c;
western lull cream 14I4Vc ; de ter geed VAiQ
13 ; de halt-skims 12313c.
Petroleum dull ; Refined 73c
Whisky ut$l 10.
New Yerk Market.
Xew Yeius, March 7. Fleur State and West
ern very dull and iu buyers' faver:
superfine state $4 905 25; extra de
$5 40575; choice de $5 80ti; fancy de K 10
750; round hoop Ohie ." 73UO0: choice
de $t 107 50; superfine western 4 9d5 25 ;
common te goeu extra ue & augga . ; cneicu
dode95 908u0; choice white wheat dn$5 8.
6 00; Southern quiet; common te fair extra
15 756 30; geed te choice de $U 40S 00.
Wheat feverish and nnset-tled ; Spring quiet
and nominal ; Winter Red I4jc. and hite
Kc lower and heavy ; Xe. 1 White, April,
l43143Vi; de May $140140J; Ne. 2 Red
April, $1 451 48 ; de May $1 44.
Cern unsettled ; Xe. 2 Murcu ykc better;
ethers heavy, W&ftc lower; Mixcu Western
spot 58fi0c ; de luture 52K51ie.
Oats steady: State 4853c; Western 48352c.
PiHLADELrniA, Mar. 8. Cattle market slew ;
receipts 2.300 head ; prime (5c ; geed 5J$5J.fc ;
medium 5c; common 44c.
Sheep market fair ; receipts 5.0U0 head ; prime
646c; geed 52$6c; medium 555c;
Hogs Market slew ; receipts 4.500 head ;
prime 754c ; geed 7c ; common G4ec.
Brandy as a Medicine.
The following article was voluntarily sent te
Mr. 11. E. Slaymaker, Agent for Reigart's Old
Wine Stere, by a prominent practising physi
cian et this county, who lias extensively used
the Brandy referred te in his regular practice.
It is commended te the attention of these af
Indigestion and Dyspepsia.
BRANDY AS A MEDICINE.
This new much abused Alcoholic Stimulant
was never intentled as a beverage, but te be
used as a medicine of great potency in the cure
of some of the destructive diseases which
sweep away their annual thousands of victims.
Willi a purely philanthropic motive we pre
sent te the favorable notice et invalids espe
cially these attlictcd with that miserable dis
ease Dyspepsia, a specific remedy, which is
nothing mere or less tlian
The aged, with feeble appetite and mere or
less debility, will And this simple medicine,
when used properly,
A Sovereign Remedy
or all their ills and aches. Be it, however
strictly understood that we prescribe and use
but one article, und that is;
REIGART'S OLD BRANDY,
Sold by our enterprising young friend, H.'E.
SLAYMAKER. This Brandy has steed the
test for years, and has never fulled, as far
as our experience extends, and we therefore
give it the preference ever all ether Brandies,
nematterwith hew manyjaw-breakiug French
titles they are branded. One-fourth of the
money that is yearly thrown away en various
impotent dyspepsia specifics would sulllct; te
buy all the Brandy te cure any s uch ca.se or
cases. In proof of the curative powers et
Reigart's Old Brandy,
In cases et Dyspepsia, we can summon num
bers of witnesses one case in particular we
A hard-working tanner had been uillictcd
with an exhaustive Dyspepsia ter a number of
years; his stomach would reject almost every
kind of feed; he had sour eructatiens con
stantly ue appetite in tact, he was obliged te
restrict his diet te crackers and stale bread,
and as a beverage lie used McGrann's Reet
Beer. He is a Methodist, and then, as new,
preached at times, and inhis discourses often
declaimed earnestly against all kinds of strong
drink. When adviscilte try
Reigart's Old Brandy,
In his cese, he looked up with astonishment,
but after hearing of its wonderful effects iu
the cases of some of liis near acquaintances, he
at last consented te fellow our advice. He
used the Brandy faithfully and steadily; the
first bottle giving him an appetite, and before
the second was taken he was a hound man.wlth
a stomach capable of digesting anything which
he chose te cat. He still keeps it and uses a lit
tle occasionally; and since lie has this medi
cine he has been of very little pecuniary liene
lit te the doctor. A Practisi.ne Puysiciax.
IL E. SLAYMAKER, .
Reigart's Old Wine Stere,
Established In 178S,
IMPORTER AXD DEALER IN
FIXE OLD BRANDIES, SHERRIES, SUPE
RIOR OLD MADEIRA, (Imported In ISIS,
1827 and 1828.) CHAMPAGXES O
EVERYBRAXD, SCOTCH ALE
PORTER, BROWX STOUT.
Ne. 20 EAST KING ST.. LANCASTER. PA
Peter Hendersen & Ce.
Sell everything for the
Seeds, Plants. Small Fruits, &c.
cataxegub frebjte all who ap
"' "" "ply by letter.
PETER HENDERSON & Ce.,
, .Sft.CeBrtlaadt Street, New Tork.
jan28-5tweewr ' ,
J. D.BOBBMBfiBGKB & CO.,
318 Seuik Frent St., PhUade1phia,'Pa.
Dealers and Farmers having Eggs. Poultry,
Butter pound, print, roll and solid or any
kind et Country Produce, would de well te
hip te ns. as we guarantee lull prices and
prompt returns. n2G-13tw
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