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LANCASTER DAILY liSTTEmEifCRR, SATtJSDAT. APBJI.IO. 1886.
Sheriff Striae sold this afternoon at 2
o'cleqjc, at the court house, at sheriff's
sale, the following described real estate :
A let of ground en .Seuth Charlette
street, Manheim, containing in front 22
feet and extending in depth 270 feet, en
which are erected a one-story frame dwell
ing house, and ether improvements, as the
property of C. J. Mengle and Sallie Men
gle. Purchased by David Ilestetter for
$223, subject te mortgage of $600.
A tract of land in Ephrata township,
containing one acre and six perches, en
which are erected a one-and-a-half story leg
dwelling house, a two story leg dwelling
house and ether improvements, the pro
perty of G. W. Norten, purchased by Dr.
I), Iline Hurst, for $000, subject te widow's
dower of $430.
A let of ground in Eden township, con
taining 181 acres, en which are erected a
Iwo-story stone dwelling house, a one-story
frame and one-story leg tenant house, and
Alse, a tract of ground in Eden town
ship, containing 23 acres and 128 perches,
en which is erected a leg dwelling house
and ether improvement, the property of
Horatio 15. licatty. Purchased by A. "Wil
helm for $.10, subject te mortgage of $150,
000. New JtlitHt Furnace.
The Marietta IVmessays : "Messrs.
Eugene Berdia, Ethelbert Watts and Jehn
Htcel Twells, of Vesta iron furnace, of
Marietta, have been actively engaged for
the past thiee months, looking for an eligi
ble site for the erection of a blast furnace
ei me most approved and modern con cen
sti uctien, at tide water. They have de
cided upon Seuth Chester as the
nieit desirable point, and new have
the option from the Heading railroad
of buying what land they may require ad
join;; Marcus Heek. It is proposed te
slait with a capital of $300,000, and nearly
the whole amount has already been as
sured. Several Chester capitalists will
probably be members of the company. A
meeting of these interested will seen be
held in Chester, when the plans and pur
poses of the organization will be mere
fully developed. The location of this new
industry in Chester will be quite a promi
nent acquisition te her growing industrial
;oed 'Werk IScing Continued.
West Chester JelTer.seniau.
Lancaster seems te be disposed te con
tinue in the geed course begun by the elec
tion and re-election of the present Demo Deme
er.iti ; mayor. In the organization of the
city government en Monday, the Demo
crats, though in a minority in the councils,
succeeded in electing the principal oily
efliecrs, and will have control hereafter
of the police, street and water
department. This was accomplished
by a division in the Hepublican ranks, and
such divisions seem te be a popular form
of amusement just new with the Lancas
ter Kcpublicaus. As the city was for a
longtime grossly misruled by the Repub
lican party, corrupt, insolent and reckless
through long domination, the change has
ahcady borne geed fruit, and the city gives
signs of a speedy recovery from the evils
under which it had labored.
Party at l.phrata.
Lnst evening a pleasant social affair took
place at the Ephrata Springs hotel in the
shape of a party given there under the di
rection of Mr. James "Winters and ether
well known young gentlemen of the bor
ough. It was largely attended by the dis
ciples of Terpsichore, among whom were
many graceful dancers. The "racket,"'
"Saratoga Landers," "Alsatian," and
ethers of the latest dunces were included in
the pregramme of the occasion, the music
being furnished by Wash Tayler's orches
tra, of this city, which is itself a guarantee
of its excellence and satisfaction te the
dancers. A line supper was served at
midnight, and the occasion was one of un
The catch of chad at the sevcrl batteries
en the Susquehanna below the Columbia
dam, is quite large, but there is a universal
complaint that the fish are small. This is
no doubt vausjd by the lower portion of the
river being blockaded with gill-nets, with
meshes sufficiently large te let the smaller
fish pass through, but captuiing all the
Died of Ills Injuries.
Abraham Breneman, of Elizabethtown,
whose attempted suicide by sheeting has
been heretofore noticed, died of his self-in
Hictcd injuiics yesterday. Corener Mish
ler visited Elizabethtown te make inqui
lies into the circumstances, but did net
deem it necessary te held an inquest.
In a Critical Condition.
The condition of James Stcckman, whose
serious injury by a runaway was noticed
yesterday, still lies in a very critical condi
tion, lie is unconscious the greater por
tion of the time, and fails te recognize any
one about him.
Itheuniatism for Twenty-four Years.
A few bottles et St. Jacoh's Oil cured a man
who had Milleml with Khcuuiatism for twenty-four
W. KiaxiiAitDT, Elmere, Wis.
The lily is as white as snow.
The rose is as the crimson red ;
l!ut neither can surpass in glow.
The color or the brightness shed,
l.y the sweet lips and teeth allied
That SOZODONT has purified.
Nene receive se much benefit, and none are
sopiefounilly grateful and hhew such an in-lere-t
in recommending Hep Kilters as
women. It is the only remedy peculiarly
adapted te the many ills the sex is almost uni
versally subject te. Chills and fever, indiges
tion or deranged liver, constant or periodical
siekheadaches, weakness In the back or kid
neys, pain in the shoulders and different parts
of the body, a fueling et lassitude and despon
dency, are all readily removed by these Hit
Try Leclicr's Kcnewncd Cough Syiup.
Ilundicds of people throughout the New
England Slates who were consumptive will
testify te their being alive te-day from the use
el'Speer's Pert Grape Wine, produced in Pas
saic, New Jersey, it is piesciibed by physi
cians generally and used in hospitals for this
purpose. Weakly and debilitated females,
consumptives, and all aged persons, find a
great benefit by its use. Nothing is better for
overworked or exhausted ladies. This ine
is endorsed by Drs. Atlce and Davu and sold
by II. E. Slayinakcr.
A most righteous judgment awarded Dr.
Liudsey for the wonderful cures performed by
his " Weed Searcher." Sold by all druggists
Physicians Kecemmend It. Your Themas'
Kclectric Oil commands a large aud increasing
..ile, which it richly merits. I have always
found it exceedingly helpful: I ue it iu all
ca-es of Rheumatism, as well as fracture and
dislocation. 1 made use of it myself te calm
the pains or a broken leg with dislocation of
the loot, and in two" days I was entirely re
lie veil from pain. Jes. Bbacms, M. D.
Fer sale by H. B. Cochran, druggist, 137 and
139 North Queen street, Lancaster.
"When Yeu Feel Mean
take Kidney-Wert, advertised in another
column. It acts energetically en the bowels
and Kidneys at the same time, and se cures a
host of diseases caused by the inaction et
these organs. If you are out of fix, buy it at
your druggists and save a. doctor's bill.
Try Lechcr's Renowned Cough Syrup.
Ax Extended Pepulauity. Each year finds
"Rrewn's Urenchial Troches" in new locali
ties, in various parts of the world. Fer re
lieving Coughs, Colds, and Threat Diseases,
the Troches have been proved reliable.
Shan't I take a Blue Fill ?
Xe, don't take it and run the risk of mercu
rial poisons, but when bilious and constipated
get a box of the celebrated Kidney-Wert, and
it will speedily cut e you. It U nature's great
remedy ler constipation, and for all kidney
and liver diseases. It acts promptly en these
great organs and be reteres strength and
Try Lechcr's Kcnewncd Cough Syrup.
from a well-known citizen el Chicago.
Chicago. 111., Jan. 1, ISSO.
IT. II. Warner & Ce., Rochester, X. Y.:
Gkxtlemkn : I have used Warner's Safe Kid
ney ami Liver Cure with the greatest satisfac
tien. It is the only remedy I have ever used
that I can recommend te in y friends, as ithas
cured me et Bright' Disease of long standing,
after having vi-ited the White Sulphur Springs
of VirginW, anil trying innumerable .se-called
"remedies" et the day. Iiavirg resided here
for forty-seven years, my lriends will be glad
te see this statement. The discoverer is, in
deed, a public benefactor.
William II. Patterson,
1,491 Wabath avenue, near Twenty-ninth St.
Try I.echerVj Kcnewncd Cough Syrup.
Never let a cold run. Take it in time,
that is necessary is te procure a bottle et '
lers' Cough Syrup," and be cured.
SHetliert,! .Mothers'! MetlierH!!!
Are you distmbed at night and bieken of
your rest by u sick child sutlering and crying
with the excruciating pain of cutting teeth?
It se, go at once and getabettle of MKS. WINS
I.OW'.s SOOTHING SVKUP. It will relieve the
peer little sulterer immediately depend upon
it; there is no mistakfc about it. There is net a
mother en earth who has ever used it, who w ill
net tell you at once that it will regulate the
bowels, mid 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 et one
et the eldest ami best female physicians and
nurses in the United States. Sold everywhere
2T cents a bottle. fjl7-lyd&wM,W&S
Jle-srs. Parker .V I.aird, of Hill-dale, write :
"Our Mr. Laird having occasion te vi-it Scot
land, and knowing the excellent qualities of
Dr. Themas' Keleetiic Oil, concluded te take
some with him. The result you will Iind by
the enclosed letter, which speaks ler itself. We
may say that in several instances it has effect
ed cures when ailments had been pronounced
incurable by eminent practitieneis."
St. Maiiuakht's Hen:. Okkxiit, Scotland.
Mksshs. Pmikkhc Lnti: I am requested by
-cveralir' ! i.rdcr another parcel of Dr.
Themas" i.i.n-Lrie Oil. The last let I get trout
you having been le-ted in several eases of
rheumatism, has given reli't when doctor's
medicines have tailed te have any effect. The
excellent qualities of this medicine should be
made known, that the million of sufferers
throughout the world may benefit by its pro
Your, etc., Gilueht Laiiii.
Fer sale by U. 15. Cochran, druggist, 137 and
13') North Queen street, Lancaster.
Scnek. Near Kohrer-teu n. this count v, en
the !ith in-t., Henry -ener, son of Levi Uener
in the liith year of his age.
Funeral Monday morning, at D o'clock.
Interment at Mountville.
On tap this afternoon and evening, Mocr Mecr
lein's Cincinnati lieek Iteer.
ltd Ne. li'i North Queen Street.
"7"1' Ii:iM5 AUTEN i
V SPUING QUAKTKR
Commences APKIL 12. IsSO. at 131 North Duke
street, Lunc-n-tel-. ANNL' L. GLF.IM.
"I KAND OPI-.N Allt PAKTY TO 15K 1IKLI)
T at sehoenberger'- Park, thi- (SATUU
D Y) evening. Dancing will commence at S
o'clock. Hippie'- Orchestra. Admission tree.
ltd ADAM SNYDEIt, Proprietor.
Yesterdav afternoon near the corner of
North Queen and Orange stieets. three deeds
of no value te any one but the owner. A lib
end rew ard ill be paid if left at this office.
It WILLIAM WILSON.
ONLY TO LOAN ON I'IKST MOKT-
15AUSMAN & ni'IINs'S
Insurance and Heal Lstate Ollicp.
aprfi tfdll Ne. Ill West Orange Street.
KAND MOCK TURTLE SOUP LUNCH
:it Jehn Seheenberger's Tremont Hetel,
15!) North Queen street, this evening, APKIL
10. l'WO. The public is respecttullv invited,
ltd JOHN SCHOLNP.LKGLU.
SAUlHt KKAUT LUNIIH! SACEIl KRAUT
H'NCH! This OATPKDAY) evening,
APKIL 10, at Fr. Weehrle's Gelden Her-e
Hetel. Ne. IU East King -tieet. The friends
of a geed Saner Kraut Lunch, probably the
last et the season, are respect lullv invited,
ltd Kit. WOLHKLi:.
T0 NOT SEND ."
AWAY 1-ROJI HOME FOR
FLOWER SEEDS TUBEROSES, GLADIO
LUS. JAPAN LILIES, CANNAS, CALADI
UJIS. TIGRIDIAS, and ether &U3I3IEK
FLOWERING BULKS, but gote
S. W. HEINITSH,
Ul 10 East King Street.
VPI.KASANT HOME OFFEIIKIL
Large and Delightful Reems,
but v ilh furnace heat and ga-, in the
WELL-KNOWN SWARTZ 3IANS10N,
lately occupied by D. G. Swartz, esq., corner
el" Duke and Walnut streets,
TO LET AT REASON A I! LE PRICES,
with beard in the dwelling. 3Iarricd persons
pieferrcd. Accommodations ler at least lour
couples. References required.
Apply, by letter or in person, te
.MRS. A. W. WOODWARD,
Ne. i0 Duke Street, Cerner of Walnut,
ltd Lancaster, Pa.
The Best Assortment et
China, Glass & Queensware
Xe. 15 EAST KING STBEET.
All Wares sold at
and examine our stock.
HIGH & MARTIN,
Ne. 15 EAST KING STREET.
X Will be received
:it the Mayer's Oflice up
te THURSDAY, Al'KlL l., ISsO, at 7 p. III., ler
furnishing the City of Lancaster with one
gross of Brass three-quarter inch Ferrules, le
"weigh net less than one pound, fourteen
ounces, live and three-quarter inches in the
stem. A samplu may be seen at the Mayer's
Oflice. Ferrules must be lurnished by May 1,
PROPOSALS will also be received at the
same time and place for as much geed Ameri
can Lead as the city may require up te July
PROPOSALS will lc received at the same
time and place ter Mich special castings as may
be required in the Water Department et the
city up te July 13. 1SS0. Special castings will
consist of geese-necks, pluj; cases, 4-inch lour
branches, T.'s, etc.
Rids will specify hew much per pound, and
bidders ivill furnish all patterns without extra
PROPOSALS will he received at the same
time and place ler us many water pipes as the
city w ill require up te July 15, 1880.
iiids must specify hew much per net ten de
livered in Lancaster for tour, six, eight, ten
and tweUe-incli pipes. Pipes must be of the
best quality and lurnished immediately upon
the order of the city.
NOTICE. Bv an error In printing the no
tices te Water Renters reads that the day of ap-
peal will be Tuesday, April 16
read Friday, April 16. .Renters
JNO. T. MACGOXIGLE,
NEWEST STYLES !
LOWEST PRICES !
COME AND EXAMINE !
GIVLEB, BOWEKS & HTXKST,
25 East King Street, Lancaster, Pa.
XE A ItVER TISEMEXTS.
GEO. W. BROWN, AOT..
Ne. 14 C EAST KING STKEET.
Residence 21 Seuth Prince Street.
Empire Heek and Ladder Company Ne. 1,
Jeweler, 20 East Sing Street,
Silks and Satins !
Fer Trimming and
New Yerk Auction,
Drees. new open from
Large Lets of the above
BLACK AND COLORS,
all le be sold at less than 1 egular pi Ices.
In Quantities. Very Superior Goods at Low Lew
We are ettering Special IJ.u-gains in Ditrer
ent Depaitmenls, te which we invite atten
Next loer te the Court Heuse.
a m usjist i;xts
THURSDAY, APRIL 15, 1880.
Kcturn et the Favorite, the Jreate-t el all
Irish Comedians, JIK.
Supported by a company of speciallv -elected
Artist-el" Kecegnized Ability, including the
beautiful California Favente." MISS 31.
LODfSKI YOUNG. THE 1IKST OF ALL
IKISH DKA3IA-: Played with Unparalleled
Success e er 1,000 limes in all the -Principal
cities of America, 31r. Fied. ilar-den'.s best
A pure Irish Drama, without shillelah,
i hisky or priest. X. Y. Dramatic Xews.
Seethe Wonderful Escape from Prison .'
See the Great Race Scene.'
And the Flight of the Carrier Deves!
3IU. JOHN D. 3IISIILi;it has the honor te j
announce that the great -access of this laver- '
ite company and play ha-, induced -him le j
re-engage them at greatly increased term-.
AD.MIssION,- - - 35, .".0 & 7.1 CI-.
Secuieyeur seats early. aprl'J-ttd '
FOR SALE OR R1.X1.
Queen street .
1'OUICKNT, NO. 114 N.
Posbessien given Januaiy
1st. Apply at
Ne. 112 North Queen Street.
. Twe rooms. Ne. 4." North Queen street,
suitable for photograph gallery, new occupied
by J s. Saurman. Apply te
dec'JG-ttd T1IOS. BAUMGAKDNER.
. A Shuttle Beard in Geed condition, with
lour sctuet quoits, will be -old cheap. Apply
te II. L. 3I1SIILER,
mi'Mfd 115 East King Sti ect.
One room. Ne. 4SU North Queen stieet.
suitable ler photograph gallery, formerly oc
cupied by J. S. Saurman. Applv te
a5-tld TIIOS. BAU31GARDNER.
A COLL All FACTORY AND LEATHER
STORE FOR RENT. A well Established
Cellar Factory and Leather Store ter rent.
Alse suitable ler any ether business. Applv te
f-Tu,TliJcStfd JOHN A. SIIOISER.
PUBLIC SALE OF A LOT OF NEWLY
Repaired Second-hand Pianos, &c, at Ne.
W Neitli Queen street, Lancaster, Pa., en
TUESDAY AFTERNOON, at 2 o'clock.
31 RS. G. STEINIIAUSER.
IlExnv SncDEitT, Auct. apry-litdR
Weed will be sold at public sale, te-morrow j
aiternoen ai l e cieck, en ine 101 in rearei
Illickenderler's (Late Diller's) Feundrv en
Water street. ltd
Ij The second story of
Eshleinan & Rath-
von's Hanking Heuse, at Centie Square, and
also a room en second story, opposite
Penu a K. u. uepst, en unestnut stieet.
It. F. ESHLEMAN.
fi;-2tdAStt Atternev-at Law
TrANTEI .EVEUYKODV TO ADVEi:-
tlse, free el charge, in the Istklliekn-
who wants something te de.
Situation te de any kind of work. Ap
.e. an r.asi iving siieei. ;
class house painters. Applv le
JOHN F. LONG.
40S Seuth Prince street
KAOS! KAGS! KAGS! KAGS W ANTED.
Housekeepers take notice that vie are
paving :f cents a pound for MIXED RAGS.
Cash paid as seen as delivered te
aprO-Smrt Ne. 233 West King Street.
Five per cent, interest wil 1
paid bv the borough et Mt. Jey ler a lean at
$35,000," te refund borough debt of like amount
created in building Water Works. This lean
is free irem all taxes. Issued in amounts et
$100 aud $500. Interest paid semi-annually.
Apply te 1J, M. GKEID ER,
A COMPETENT PERSON IS WANTED
te 1111 the position of Superintendent of
the public schools of Lancaster city. The
Beard et Directors will meet en THURSDAY
EVENING, APBIL 22, te fill the position and
fix the ealary.
By order of the Beard.
Attest: C. P. EBEEMAN,
CHEAP AND GOOD WATCHES.
We have just secured, a "large let of the lower priced American
"Watches of "Waltham and Elgin Manufacture. Alse, a large let
of Silver and Geld Cases, which will be sold at the old prices not
withstanding the scarcity and difficulty of getting them. Seme
grades of these goods are in such demand that orders for them
given new will net be filled in less than two years. Alse, 400
Cleck of different styles just received this morning,
Jeb lets of Jewelry and Fancy Goods, which will be sold for less
than the cost of manufacture.
We invite an examination of our new goods.
H. Z. RHOADS & BRO., Jewelers,
Ne. 4 "West King Street.
Who de net lind it convenient te go te Philadelphia wlmucvcr
Are needed in their families, either for Personal attire or Housekeeping need need
te remember the admirable system .-e perfectly organized by
STRAWBRIDGE & CLOTHIER,
Eighth and Market Streets, Philadelphia,
Whereby the nie-t satisfactory shopping can be done in the most economical manner while re
maining at home.
The stock of these merchant, which is decidedly the largest in Philadelphia, will he
hem te you by full lines of -amples from any department, in response te
A REQUEST EY POSTAL CARD
Ami all orders promptly anil faithfully eiecutcd writh guaranteed satisfaction.
J. B. MARTIN & CO.
Silk and Weel Novelties,
j COLORED SILKS AND SATINS,
BLACK AND COLORED CASHMEIRES,
DEREGKS. CANTON GINGII.VMS.J SPKING HOSIERV, SPRING GLOVES, CKETOXNKS
J. B. MARTIN & CO.
THE LARGEST AND FINEST STOCK OP
BUGGIES, CARRIAGES, &C,
In the CR3-, is te be
NORBECK & MILEY,
PRACTICAL CARRIAGE BUILDERS,
COR. DUKE AND VINE STS., LANCASTER, PA.
M3-COJ. & CO.'S
The Stock Includes all the
LATEST STYLES SPRINGS,
such as the llrcwstcr, Whitney, Salidce Triple, Empire 'Cress Spring, Dexter Queen, Dnplex
and Elliptic, and they will also make te order any style n purchaser may deire. Ue palling
of all kinds promptly attended te. All work guaranteed for cne year.
" OUR WORK SUSTAINS OUR "WORD."
Flinn 4 Breneman's,
152 North Queen Street,
L ANUASTSV PJZ.
, should net fail
seen at the "Works of
MUSICAL IXSTRXTMEXTS. .
Without a doubt furnish the PI XEST IN
STRUMENTS in the Market. War vroenis 320
North Queen sdreet. Manufactory i n the rear.
RrancU Ollice, 15J East King Street.-
Alex. McKillips, Prepr leter.
Alse Agent ler Lancaster Coun ,ty for
CIIICKERING & SON'S Celel irated
Agent ler Lancaster Coun
;ivERING& SON'S Celel
A Full Line et Sheet and ether M nsic, Small
Instrument.-!, Violins, Banjos, B. mil Instru
ments, &c, always en ttand. li .S-lydS&lyw
rAKCUS G. SEHNEB,
Ne. 120 North Pr ince street.
Prompt and particular attention, paid te al
teratiOB. and repair. alS-lyd
SATURDAY EVENING, APBIL 10, 1880.
Wasuingtex, April 10. Fer the Middle
Atlantic 'states clear weather, followed by
increasing cloudiness and rain areas, high
and warm southwest veering te colder
northwest winds, falling followed by ris
MUltDERED AND MUTILATED.
The Horrible Discovery et Three Little Uirl9
at Durham, . H.
New jIakket.N.H., April 10. -Yesterday
afternoon while three little girls were gath
ering flowers in the weeds at Durham, 2s.
II., they discovered the headless body of a
young man nearly nude. The town au
thorities were immediately notified and an
investigation showed that a brutal
murder had been committed, but by
whom is as yet a mystery. The body
was found lying face downward at fuU
length with both arms resting underneath
and only covered with a shirt. The rigjit
arm was severed from the body at the
shoulder, and the head had also been cut
off and has net yet been found. About
300 feet away the coat, pantaloons and
vest were found, and in another direction,
some 200 feet distant, a linen cellar, cap,
necktie and shirt besom which had been
tern completely off. There were three
geld studs with garnet setting in the shirt
besom. The top part of the skull, minus
the hair ever a space nearly as as large
as a saucer, and tlw murderer's oak
club about three feet long were also
found iu a let iu the clearing. It is evident
that here the murder was committed. Sev
eral pieces of skull and brains were scattered
about, and tern clothing all indicating the
Tictim's struggle for life. The authorities
are carefully investigating the matter.
Meanwhile great excitement prevails in the
PEGGINti AW AT,
SceTe of the Distinguished Tramps at GK GK
mere's Garden Hart Still Leading.
The score at two o'clock steed as fol fel
During the early morning nothing of
moment occurred in the walking match
with the exception of a spurt of a few
miles between Hart, Pegram and Heward,
who is pushing the walk te-day. The
men are walking steadily, striving
for a special prize offered. Debler walks
slowly and painfully. Pegram and Hart
are attending te each ether, while Krohne,
Williams and Hanwaker, are working
separately, the latter trying te
make 430 miles, which gives him money.
Destruction of a Handsoiue Bleck of Build
ings. Providenee, It. I., April 10. The
largest bleek in "Wakefield, Scuth King King
seon, known as the Times building, owned
by Duncan Gillies, owner of the Xaxra
gansett Times, was destroyed by an incen
diary fire early this morning. The block was
occupied by Straus, dry goods, Gicene &
Armstrong, groceries, Bloomindale, tailor,
Bell, barber, Sweet's bowling alley, Colum
bia hall, Masonic hall.and the Times print
ing office. "Weed & Curtis's carriage shop
was also destroyed. The less is large and
tiie insurance is considerable, but no esti
mate has vet be in made.
Tlm-r.diilmuacleus senator who itefuses
Reveal the Name of His IVoeld-be
San Francisce, April 9. At Sacra
men co, -this evening, the Senate di
rected the scrgcaut-at-arms te confine
Senater Kaue until he purges himself of
contempt. Ke is also deprived of all rights
as a senator. He still refuses te tell the
name of the jiarty who he said tried te
Badly Whipped by Gen. Hatch.
"Santa Fe, N. M., April 10. General
Ilateh with pari, of his command attacked
three hundred Imlians in San Andres moun
tains. The fight lasted six hours when the
Indians retreated, leaving their dead behind
them Captain Henry Carrell, of the 9th
cavalry, aud sevcu soldiers, were severely
bounded. A large amount of stock was
captured from the Indians. Hatch is in
ROBES, ULAXKETS, AC.
OIGN OF THE BUFFALO HEAD.
ROBES ! ROBES ! !
I have new en hand the Lakeest. I5k3T and
Cheapest Assortment of Lined and Unlinetl
BUFFALO ROI5ES in the city. AM LAI
AND HORSE BLANKETS of evury descrip
tion. A full lincef
Trunks and Satchels,
Harness, Whips, Cellars, &c.
-Repairing neatly and promptly done.-CO
10S North Otteem. 8t.,JLnneit!r.
FIRE INSURANCE C03IPANY
ASSETS : One Millien One Hundred
and Thirty-one Thousand Eight
Hundred and Thirty-eight Dollars.
Ml Invested In the best securities. Lesses
jerwuptly paid. Fer policies call en
RIFE & KAUFMAN,
Ne. 19 East Kims St.. Laasustcr. Pa.
Nearly every Sewing Machine ngen t claims
te have the simplest machine. Frem the pri
vate books of Sewing Machine makers and at
tachment .dealers, we learn the following
The American Machine has
" Demestic " "
" Howe " "
" Jf ew Heme " "
' Remington " "
White M "
ias 154 "
wfcealar & Wilsea.Xe. 8,uas,
PHiLADMJHiA.April 10. Fleer dull and if eak ;
superfine $3 30&4 00; extra $4 SOflS 00;
Ohie and Indiana family 16 00S SO : Penn'a
family (5 75g0 23 ; St. Leuis family $6 2Sfi6 75 ;
Minnesota family $5 50O 25 ; patent and hien
grades $6 878 00.
Bye flour 75.
Cornmeal Brandywine unchanged.
Wheat unsettled ; Ne. 2 Western Red
I33J ; renn'a Red $1 34 ; Amber 1 33.
Cern Ann ; steamer 5Ji5c3; yeUew 53Kc;
Oats strong; Ne. 1, 47c; Ne. 2,4546c; Ne. 3.
44544Jc; Ne. 2 mixed 41K842VCc.
Kye easier ; Western and Pa. S3Slc.
Previsions steady; mess pone at $11 500
1200: beet bams $17 00018 00 : India mess beef
$19 50; bacon smoked shoulders 55c ; salt
de 4g4; smoked hams 9)10&c ; pickled
Lard easier; city kettle TJc ; loose
butchers 7c; prime steam $7 40c.
Butter quiet; creamery extra at 29331c;
Itrauferd county and New Yerk extra
2S27c ; Western reserve extra at 24f$23c ;
de geed te choice 20323c; Bells quiet:
Penn'a extra 2l23e; Western reserve extra
Eggs Arm ; Penn'a 13c ; Western 1212.c.
Cheese steady : New Yerk factory 14ii4c ;
Western full creiire 14c ; de torgeod 12j9!3& I
de halt-skims 10llc.
Petroleum dull; Refined 7?c.
Seeds dull; geed te prime cleverseed $t! 25
C75;de timethr $2 73(33 00; de flaxseed $170
New lerk Market.
New Teuk, April lO.-Fleur-Stnteand Western
dull aud quiet; superfine state $4 004 65;
extra de $1 &5 10 ; choice de 5 155t0 ; funcy
$3tijj3l40; round hoop Ohie $3U05 75; choice
de 5 SO 7 00; superfine western $4 004 G5 ;
common te geed extra de $4 K5 23 ; clieicu
dode$5.'i07 23; choice white wheat Ao$eS0Q
5!H); Southern dull and in buyers' faver: com
mon te tair extru $3 405 90 ; geed te choice de
$0 00g7 23.
Wheat Spring quiet and firm ; winter
c butter and fairly active : Ne. 1 While,
April, $1 ai4 ; de May 1 2Ui ; Ne. 2 Red, cash,
SI .W4 ; de April, $1 301 ai ; de May, $1 33y
1 : ; de June $1 301 30i.
Cern dull without decided change ; Mixed
Western spot 51JXg52c ; de luture47M52c.
Oats u shade tinner and quiet ; State 41549c;
Beef dull and prices unchanged.
Perk tinner ; new mess $1730.
Lard quiet and tirm; steam rendered $7 00.
Whisky dull ; Western $1 0S1 ej.
tipiriu of turpentine dull at 44s43c.
Philadelphia, April 10
12:30 r. M.
Pcniiati's (third issue) 107
Philadelphia & Klie 17J4
Lehigh Valley. 51J-4
United Ces. el N.J 1004
Northern Pacific 2S.J-J
" Preferred 52a
Northern Central 32M
Lehigh Navigation S7y
Central Transportation Ce. 4S
Pitts , Titusville & Bullale. 20i
Little Schuylkill 54 '
New leitK, April 10.
N. Y. Cential ,132-4
Adams Express 112
Michigan Central 91
Michigan Southern 108
Illinois Central 107
Cleveland & Pittsburgh.. ..110
Chicago & Reck Island lH'i
Pittsburgh & Fert Wayne.. 118
Western Union Tel. Ce 1U
Teledo A Wabash 41
New Jerscv Central 7MJ
United States Itends and Sterling Exuliauxa
(Quotations by B. K. Jamisen X Ce., S. W.
Cor. 2d and Chestnut Streets).
Philadelphia, April 10.
United States C's, 1881, ( registered )..I05JIt
United States .Vs, 1&SI, (registered). .102;fc(gl02
United States 4's, 1891, (registered)109 tl(,9
United Suites 4i's, 1891, (coupons)... 109 tf?109J
United States 4's, 1907. (registered).. 107107
United States Currency 0's 122
LANCASTER HOUSEHOLD MAKKET.
Cup cheese, 2 cups
Dutch cheese 1 lunii)
Cottage cheese, 2 pieces
Chickens 1 pair
Ducks "p pair
Turkeys f? ft dressed
Geese fl jiieee
Bass 3j? ff
Catfish fl lb
Oysters 1 100
J 1K( .........
i crLii .......
Rye fl bus
Cern f) bus
Oats fl bus
Cleverseed fl bus
' fl m
Timethy Sceed fl bus
Slielbarks fl t
Walnuts fl pk
Apples f? Pk
ISananas fl piece
Cranberries fl qt
Cherries, dried, fl qt
Currants, dried, fl It
Dried Apples fl qt
" Peaches fl qt
Lemens fl dez
Beets fl bunch
Cabbage fl head
Carrels fl bunch
Green beans'fl Y peck
" peas f? peek
Hersenidish fl piece
Lima beans fl qt
Onions fl J4 pk
Potatoes fl pk
" Sweet fl pk
Radishes fl bunch
Soup Beans fl qt
Isalufy fl bunch
Tomatoes f) quart
i. ....... Iwu
. . . . ... .VIj
Apple Butter fl qt.
Heney ft B
Sauer kraut fl qt.
MORE STUBBORN FACTS !
Astounding result of our effort In catering
for a Fastidious and Fashionable Trade. The
advance in pricesef all newdesignsln Woolens
seems te stimulate the demand. The run en
our novelties is fur beyond our expectation.
OUR SPECIALTIES IN
REED & TAYLOR'S
are Perfect Gems of Beauty and Taste, a full
line or which are Cord Stripes and Plaids, Lon Len Lon
eon Knickerbocker and Cheviot Suiting, in
all the Fancy Crimson, Pearl and Antique
Shades. The only house in this cltv that has a
Full Line of LONDON SMOKE, EMKRALD
and LORD GREY COLORINGS, the New
Shades. A Large Line of
Scotch & English Novelties
In Banneekburn, Celtic and Garryewcn Chev
iots and Suitings, in all the New and Fancy
Mottled and Plaid Mixtures. French Hair
Lines and Pin Stripes, Blue Checks in great
variety and handsome effects. Elegant New
Original Styles. A full line el Choice Styles
American Productiensof Standard Brands and
exquisitely beautiful. The character of our
stock is such that it will recommend itself te
ull levers or genteel and elegant dress, and our
prices arc as low as can be expected, consist
ent with first-class work. We advise all per
sons in want et Spring Suits te place their or
der at once, for some of our Exclusive and con
fined Styles when sold cannot be duplicated.
We are in constant communication with the
leading Tailors in New Y'erk, and have the Cor
rect Styles for Spring fully defined, adapted
rer Gentlemen's wear, andean guarantee full
satisfaction in every department- ,
J. K. SMALING,
121 NORTH QUEEN STREET.