Lancaster daily intelligencer. (Lancaster, Pa.) 1864-1928, May 03, 1880, Image 3

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    LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER. MONDAY. MAY 3. 1880.
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RIOTING.
Fighting, Drunkenness mnd Disorderly Con
duct. On Saturday night aid Sunday there was
a mere than usual exhibition of disorderly
conduct in different parts of the city. At
a late hour en Saturday evening as Albert
"Wetter was en his way home he was way
laid en Poplar street and badly beaten.
He alleges that his assailants were Daniel
H ill and Jehn Krantz, and against these
men he has made complaint at Alderman
Barr's office.
Shortly before midnight en Saturday
Charles F. Shultz, of New Helland get in
to an altercation with Jehn Bemberger in
the alley in the rear of the Leepard hotel.
Shultz was badly hurt, having been struck
in the left eye with a billy or some ether
weapon which made a cut two inches long
laying open his forehead and eyebrow te
the bone. Dr. Greve sewed up the wound,
aud Mr. Shultz made complaint before Al
derman Barr of assault and battery against
his assailant. The immediate cause of the
quarrel is net stated but both men were
tirunk, it is saii.
The Meadow Club and tha Shillier I5eys
Fight.
Last evening between 5 and G o'clock, a
rather ugly fight occurred in the lower
part of the city, between members of the
Meadow club and Shillier fire company. A
great deal of ill feeling has existed between
these gangs for some time past, and eery
time the members of either get drunk they
raise a fight. Yesterday afternoon the
Shiflier boys drank a let of beer in a te
bacce shed somewhere in the Eighth ward,
and after they were through about a dozen
of them started for their homes, which are
in the southern part of the city. At
Scheenbcrger's park they met four mem
bers of the Meadow club and they im
mediately made an attack upon them.
Although the light started in the park the
crowd seen moved into Andrew street.
Chas. Steele, a Meadow man, was knocked
down with a stone and badly beaten
by the Shiflier boys. Several ether
men were bruised considerably. The fight
drew a large crowd together, and it is
said that knives and pistols were freely
drawn by the rioters, but were net used.
A number of police officers hearing of
the row started at once for the
place, but when they arrived quietness
had been restored and the men who had
been engaged in the riot had fled. War.
rants have been issued for the arrest of
these who are known te have participated
i:i the disgraceful affair and they will all
be arrested.
Steele's injuries arc net serious, al
though it was necessary te carry him te
his home after the affray and he is confined
te the house te-day. A man named Rndi
.sill was knocked down and an eye " cush
ioned " by another named Strump, who
was slightly scratched and bruised about
the lace.
"Sweater " Itlne Assaulted.
At a late hour en Saturday night Augus
tus Rine, better known as "Sweater," was
walking along Seuth Duke street. When
he reached the corner of Vine he was at
tacked by two men, who knocked him
down and beat him. Sweater yell
ed " murder " as loud as he could and
everybody residing in that neighborhood
was aroused. A gentleman went te the
assistance of Rine, but refused te give
his name. The assailants fled. ''Sweater"
was net hurt but was very badly fright
ened. A Prosperous Congregation.
The conimunien in the Reformed con
gregation at White Oak was celebrated
en Sunday, Jlay 2, en wltich occasion an
immcn.se concourse of people assembled.
The church was literally packed and many
could net jtain admitance, all pews, aisles
and all the standing room available was
taken up.
On the Saturday afternoon previous a
class of 17 catechumens were examined
and afterwards nine were confirmed, live
of whom received adult baptism. Five
children were afterwards baptized, and
three mere en Sunday privately making
in all 12 baptisms. The communion was the
largest that has been there held within the
memory of man, and te say the least the
congregation is looking up very nicely
under the efficient pastorate of Rev. D. C.
Tobias. Since last fall the additions have
been 18 in all.
1, 1st of Unclaimed Letters.
The following is a list of unclaimed let
ters remaining in the posteflicc for the
week ending Monday, May 3 :
Ladies' List Mrs. Kate Bruckart. Mrs.
Adaliue A. Brown, Mattie liurncs, Mrs.
Lizzie B. Cramer, Anna E. Evans, Mrs.
Maggie II. Eeener, Mrs. J. Eiscnstcin Mrs.
E. L. Heir, Florence Hublcy, Lizzie Myers,
Klnera Prowell. Mrs. Careline Pycraft
(for.), Mary Rite, Resa Retalliek, Kate
Rough, Mrs. Maiy Shultz, Mrs. Mary
Smith, Lizzie Stillel.
Gents'1 List .Jehn C. Allen, Jehn An An
teony, Jehn M. Andes, Andrew Alger,
Themas Bcrrick, A. Beeher, Charles De
Van, Samuel Evans, Jehn K. Eckman.
Peter Gearhart, Abe Gimpy, Frederick
Hcrzeg. Patrick McElhattcn, B. S. Mc
Lane, Jehn B. Michael, Harry Miller,
Merris Brethers, Jonas II. Reir. Jacob
Schcarer, Richard Snewdcn, M. M. Swarr,
Chas. A. Swarmer, D. W. Thake, Harry
II. Weedman.
Annual May Walk.
Yesterday morning at 5 o'clock the
members of the Lancaster Mamncrcher
rendezvoused at their headquarters for the
purpose of taking their usual annual May
walk. They marched out the New Hol Hel
land pike as far as What Glen, and thence
down the Concstega creek as far as Tell's
Ilain, where an excellent breakfast
awaited them. After doing full justice te
the toothsome viands and enjoying a view
of the fine surroundings, the party
inarched back te the city, arriving at their
ball about half-past 10 a. m.
Divorce Canes.
In the divorce case of Levi W. Groft vs.
Lizzie Greff, which was recently tried in
our courts, when a verdict was rendered
in favor of the plaintiff", the plaintiff was
ordered te pay the defendant the sum of
$45 for expenses and attorney fees.
Samuel Mowery vs. Eliza A. Mowery,
subpoena for divorce. The plaintiff in this
case was ordered by the court te pay the
defendant the sum of $33 for her counsel
fees and expenses and the further sum of
$1 per week for her maintenance from this
date.
Finger Mashed.
Jehn Bender, a boy who is employed in
the belt works, had the forefinger of his
left hand mashed en Friday while engaged
at work. Dr. S. T. Davis dressed the
wounded hand.
Bench and Bar In Lancaster.
Philadelphia Times.
Judge Livingston, of Lancaster, is fairly
entitled te the retraction of all imputations
against his court for the recent continuance
of the Raymond-Dennis prosecution at the
late term. The Xew Era severely criticized
the continuance, but it did it unjustly, as it
is new admitted that there was no improper
action in the postponement either by the
district attorney or the judge, but the dis
cussien has done some geed in developing
another of the abuses into which indul
gent courts often fall very innocently.
The recognizance of Dennis was forfeited,
while the recognizance of Raymond was
net forfeited. It is net assumed that the
court had net sufficient reasons presented
te it te warrant the discrimination, but
the Fequel proves that Mr. Brown, counsel
for the defense, was also surety en the
recognizance of Raymond, and in open
violation of the rules of the court.
Whether Judge Patterson would held
such defiant disregard of a solemn rule of
court that has all the sanctity of an act of
the Legislature while in force, as a con
tempt of court such as would demand fine
or imprisonment, or both, or whether lie
would dedide it te be such misbehavior in
office as must disbar the offending attorney,
we don't assume te determine ; but it
would certainly be one or both, and as
Judge Livingston concurs in Judge Patter
son's judgment, Mr. Brown will be mere
fortunate in commanding the favor of the
court than were Hensel and Steinman if I13
escapes. The same rule must apply te Mr.
Warfcl, owner and publisher of the Xeic Era
and also a member of the bar net for the
promptly retracted imputation against the
court in the Raymond-Dennis case, but for
the opening sentence in the editorial refer
ring te that case, that remains without
correction or qualification. The article
said that " the old story of the Snyder
liquor case, in which the machinery of our
court was used te prostitute justice in the
political interests of the 'best workers of
the ward ' will have te be told ever again
in the Raymond-Dennis dissuading and
conspiracy te disuade witnesses cases."
It is plain te all intelligent men in aud out
of the legal profession that the Lancaster
court must either reconsider its judgment
in the Hensel and Steinman case or
promptly send Mr. Biown and Mr. Warfel
te join their disbarred brethren.
OBITUARY.
Majer General Samuel I. lleiiitzelmaii.
Majer General Samuel P. Hcintzclman,
United States army, retired, who died in
Washington en Saturday, was bem at
Manheim, Lancaster county, September
30, 1803, and graduated from West Point,
July 1, 182G. July 7. 1838, he was ap
pointed captain and assistant quarter
master. He served through the Mexican
war, and at the battle of Iluamaulta he
distinguished himself and was breveted a
major en the field. In 18oe he was made
a major and assigned te the 1st infantry.
At the breaking out of the rebellion he was
ordered te Washington, and acted as in
spector general of the troops there. At
the first battle of Bull Run, where he was
wounded, he commanded the 3d dvisien.
During the campaign of 1801, and '02 he
commanded a division of the army of the
Potomac, and in March, 1802, took com
mand of the Second aimy corps. In the
Chickahemiuy campaign he did effective
service and was made a major general of
volunteers. At the second battle of Bull
Run his corps had the pest of honor, and
held its ground through the fight. Dur
ing McClell.m's Maryland campaign Gen.
Heiutzelnian commanded the defenses at
Washington. He was breveted major gen
eral in the regular army for gallant con
duct at the battle of Williamsburg, and
at the close of the war became colonel of
the 17th infantry. In 1809 he was retired
with the rank of major general and has
since resided in Washington. The general
of the army, in a general order, sajs :
" Gen. Ileintzelman was a man of an in
tense nature, of vehement action guided by
sound judgment and a cultivated taste.
Universally respected and beloved, at a
ripe old age he leaves us, universally re
gretted. 'Well done, thou geed and faith
lul servant.' May our end be as peaceful
and as much deplored as his." The funer
al will take place with military honors and
the remains will be taken te Buffalo for in
terment. Death of Mrs. Ann McKeown.
Mrs. Ann McKeown, wife of William C.
McKeown, died yesterday at her home,
Ne. 522 North Queen street, of cancer,
after a long and painful illness. At the
time of her death Mrs. McKeown was in
the 48th year of her age. She was a
daughter of Richard Baldwin, tlcceascd.
She was an affectionate wife and mother,
and her husband, two sons and three
daughters, survive her. The funeral will
take place en Wednesday afternoon.
Exit oyster.
The adveut of the merry mouth of May
marks the exit of the luscious oyster. The
young man attended by his fair dulcinca,
can new walk boldly past the enticing
signs displayed by the fashionable North
Queen street establishments, rejoicing in
the happy reflection that has been em
bodied in the following stanza by our
spring poet :
" Life is real, life is earnest,
It is net an empty dream
Fer it is tee late for oysters,
An(f it is tee seen ler cream."
Prison Inspectors' Meeting.
The pi isen inspectors met te-day at the
prison and held a secret meeting:. They
were in session yet this afternoon, when
last heard from. Jehn Herting, a Heg
Ring inspector, was net at the meeting
this morning, and it is reported that he
has resigned.
Supposed Mad Deg Shet.
Yesterday a deg which was supposed te
be mad was shot en the farm of David
Myers, in Manheim township. The ani
mal came from the direction of Landis
Valley, and he bit several ether dogs,
which were also shot. A great deal of ex
citement was caused by the deg and the
whole neighborhood was aroused, nearly
all the men turning out with shot guns.
Fleur for Ireland.
At neon te-day there passed through
this city a car containing 123 barrels of
flour, contributed by the citizens of Water
town, Wisconsin, for the relief of the suf
fers by the Irish famine.
Sent te Jail.
A man named Jehn Wilsen was
arrested in Columbia by Officer Brady
last night. He had a full set of burglar's
tools in his possession. He was committed
te prison for 13 days by Squire Frank.
Denkard Leve Feast.
The first love feast of the season un
der the auspices of the Dunkard denomi
nation will be held at Mebler's meeting
hebse, one mile west of Ephrata, en the
leth and 16th of June.
Improving.
James Steckman, who was se seriously
injured some time age by being thrown
from a buggy, is improving rapidly, and
will no doubt shortly be fully recovered.
A well-kxewx butcher of Wilkcsparre, Pa.,
Mr. E. Wittman, suffered for six years with a
sere leg : a very painful trouble. He consulted
many physicians, but could only And tempo
rary relief. Alter everything failed lie conclu
ded te try St. Jacob's Oil, and after a very
short time the swelling disappeared, the pains
diminished daily, and he is new able te fellow
his occupation again.
There is no sweetness in a kiss
Unless your teeth arc just like pearls,
Then would you share its trembling bliss,
Use SOZODONT at once, sweet girls ;
Fer it alone gives te the mouth,
White teeth and fragrance of the Seuth.
my3-lwdced&w
IIavisq secured ever half a million of Pine
and Cypress Shingles before the advance in
lumber, I am prepared te sell cheap for cash.
Cypress Shingles arc considered superior te
shaved Pine Shingles.
JOIIX BEIDLER,
Lumber Dealer, Wrightsville, Pa.
npr!5-3wd
I'OLITICAL.
DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET.
POI! SUPREME Jl'IKlK.
GEORGE A.J ENKS.
FOB AUDITOR UEXERAL.
ROBERT P. DECHERT.
DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET.
FOR CONGRESS.
J. L. STE1NMETZ.
FOR DISTRICT ATTORNET.
B. K. MONTGOMERY.
FOR SENATOR (13tll DISTRICT.)
J. 15. DOUGLASS.
FOR ASSEMBLY (ill DISTRICT.)
S. C. STEVENSON,
S. P. SIIIKK.
FOR ASSEMBLY (3d DISTRICT.'
AMOS DILLER.
U. DAVIS YUNDT,
JACOli M. HAENLEN.
FOR l'RISOS INSPECTORS,
BARTON M. WINTERS
ItENJ. MILLER.
FOR TOOR DIRECTORS.
A. J. SNYDER,
JOHN FRANCISCWS.
LANCASTER COUNTY APPOINTMENTS.
DELEGATES TO NATIONAL CONVENTION.
B..I. McGRANN,
XV. U. HENSEL.
(ALTERNATES.)
E. S. IIAMIlUIGHT,
C. J. UIIOADS.
ELECTOR.
JAMES G. McSPARRAN.
STATE COMMITTEE MEMBERS.
GEO. DILLER,
M. S. MOORE.
Withdrawn.
Si'KCIAI. h'OTl CXS.
Frem the Old "Salamander" Drug Heuse.
Chicago. III., Jan. 12, isi.
Mextrs. II. II. Warner it Ce., Rochester, X. Y. :
Gentlemen: We trust our order will reach
you in season te he promptly filled. The de
mand for your Sale Remedies, especially the
Safe Kidney and Liver Cure, is continuous and
increasing, and our customers speak in the
highest terms of their value. Several en-es of
cures which have come under our observa
tion are complete and most remarkable. Very
truly yours.
VAX.SCIIAACK, STEVEN'S IX Si CO.
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Scrofula of thirty year-' standing has been
cured by " Dr. Lind-ey's Meed Searcher."
Sold by all druggists.
Sullei-iitg Women.
There is but very small proportion of the
women et this nation that de net suffer treui
some of the diseases ler which Kidney-Wert is
a specific. When the bowels have become, cos
tive, headache torments. Kidneys out et fix, or
piles distress, take a package, and its wonder
ful tonic and renovating jiewcr will cure you
and give new life. m3 lud&w
Try Lecher's Renowned Cough Syrup.
LUteu te Tins.
The. unbiased opinion of some of the most
intelligent medical men in this country and
Europe, support the satement that Kidney Kidney
Wert is tile greatest discovery yet, ter curing
Kidney and liver troubles, piles and constipa
tion. It acts en both Kidneys and bowels at
the same time and thus cleanses the whole
system. niy3-lwd&w
Try Lechcl's Renowned Cough Syrnp.
Dr. ISrownine's C. V C. Cordial has never
been taken by anyone whom you could after
wards persuade te be without it. Try it, and
you will be se delighted that yen will have all
your friends using it Jt is ler Coughs. Colds,
and all troubles et that nature. Get it from
your druggist, or send direct te the proprietor,
Dr. Browning, 1117 Arch street, Philadelphia.
Statistics prove that twenty-five percent,
of the deaths in our larger cities arc caused by
consumption, and when we rcllect that this
terrible disease in its worst stage will yield te
a bottle of Lecher's Renowned Cough Syrup,
shall we condemn the sufferers for their negli
gence, or pity them for their ignorance? Ne
9 East King street.
Try Lecher's Renowned Cough Syrup.
Timely Caution.
Genuine Hep Hitters are put up in square
paneled, amber-colored bottles, with white
label en one side printed in blac-K letters, anil
green hop cluster, and en the ether side yellow
lKiperwith red luttcrs; revenue stamp ever
the cork. This is the only lerm in which gen
uine Hep flitters are put up, and the sole righ
te make, sell and use them is granted te the
Hep Hitters Manufacturing Company of Ro
chester, N. Y., and Terente, Ont., by p.itents,
copyright and trade mark. All ethers put up
in any ether way or by any one else, claiming
te be like it or pretending te contain hops, by
whatever names they maybe called, are bogus
and unlit for use, ami only put up te sell and
cheat the people en the credit and popularity
of Hep Bitters. a'JG 2wdSw
Te enumerate the miraculous cnreswreught
by "Dr. Sellers' Cough Syrup" would fill a
volume. Its cures are marvelous. Price 23
cents.
Tine Culture and Wine Making.
Mr. Alfred Speer, of Passaic, N. J., se long
and favorably known as the wine man et New
Jersey, expects a larger yield of grapes Hiis
year than usual, and has reduced the price of
his tour year old Pert se as te bilngit witliin
the reach of the poorer families who need a
pure and rich wine for medicinal purposes.
Mr. S peer's mode of fermenting and keeping
Ids wine differs from the usual methods. This
is the reason why it is se much superior in
quality; but it requires four years' manage
ment and change of temperature in order te
make such a perlect line wine as this is; the
knowledge of changing te various tempera
tures at different times, and at the rtght lime,
is where he has the advantage et getting se
rich a wine without the use of liquor. Large
quantities of Speer's Pert Grape Wine have
been ordered te Seuth America, and even te
Louden and Paris. Physicians recommend it
as superior te most European wine. It is
dealt in largely by druggists. Daily Express.
This wine is endorsed by Drs. Atlee and
Davis, and sold by II. E. Slaymakcr.
nil-Swd.tw
Try Lecher's Kenewned Cough Syrup.
Mothers! Mothers!! Mothers!!!
Are you disturbed at night and broken el
your rest by a sick child snilering and crying
with the excruciating pain of cutting teeth?
It se, go at once and get a bottle of MRS. WINS
LOWS SOOTHING SYKUP. Itwill relieve the
peer little sufferer immediately depend upon
it; there is no mistake about it. 1 here is net a
mother en earth who has ever used it, who will
net tell you at once that it will regulate the
bowels, and give rest te the mother, and relief
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 and best female physicians and
nurses in the United States. Sold everywhere
'25 cents a bottle. f )l7-lyd&wM.V&S
SHUT AltVFHTISFMFXTS.
SPRING, 1880.
WANAMAKER & BROWN,
Gentlemen and Beys' Outfitters,
OAK HALL,
S. E. CORNER SIXTH AND MARKET STS.,
PHILADELPHIA.
We respectfully announce the completion of the new stock of
Men's and Beys1 Clothing for the Spring of 1880,
which lias net only the distinction of being the largest, but has cost us mere pains-taking care
than any stock we." have ever made. We are net content unless each year llnds us improving
and progressing, and 18S0 shows the result of extraordinary effort te excel.
Te our long practical experience and commodious premises we add net only the advantage el
showing our customers the very largest stock, but the system of business originated
by MR. JOHN WANAMAKER gives our customers every advantage in
making their purchases at OAK HALL,
BECAUSE,
1st, The qualities and defects of goods arc stated.
2d, One price and only one.
3d, A thorough guarantee given.
4th, Meney refunded if goods are returned.
WAMIAKER & BROWN.
A New Feature of our business will be the Manufacture of JEWELRY
In our Factory. We have just completed a substantial brick factory
building:, 16x35, which is flttted up with the machinery, tools and appli
ances necessary for the production of first-class goods, and put in
charge of competent workmen.
This department will be a great convenience te ourselves and our
customers, enabling us te fill- special orders in very short time. Old
jewelry or coin left us for making into new goods will be kept strictly
separate, and we will guarantee furnishing the same geld in the new
goods when se desired. The manufacture of Hair Jewelry will be given
special attention.
Estimates and designs for Society Pins, Badges or Rings will be fur
nished en short notice.
H. Z. RHOADS & BRO., Jewelers,
Ne. 4 "West King Street.
Try Ler licr's Renowned Cough Syrup.
UFATJIS.
McKeews. In this citv, en Sunday, May 2d,
1SS0, Ann, wile of Win. C. McKeown, in the
48th year el borage.
The relatives ami friends of the family are
respectfully invited te attend the funeral
trem her husband's residence. Ne. 52 North
Queen street, en Wednesday afternoon, at '2
o'clock. Interment at Lancaster cemetery.
2td
XFWADJ'Fl.'TISFMFXTS.
'piiE CKLKRKATEO F. & JH. SCHAEFEK
A Heck Beer en tap this evening at the
Cooper Heuse Saleen.
ltd
ANNUAL MEETING OF THE CORPOIJA
TOIts of the Heme for Friendless Chil
dren ter the citv and county et Lancaster, Pa.,
will be held at thceflicc of the Secretary. Ne.
139 North Queen street, en TUESDAY, MAY
11, at 2 o'clock p. m., ler the purpose of elect
ing tour Trustees and six Ladv Managers.
mS-.ild CHAS. M. HOWELL, See'y.
JJ.Caldwell&Ce.
WATC1UIAKERS, i)0 Chest
nut Street, Philadelphia, Deal
ers in American and Geneva
Watches, 18kt. Geld Cases and
the most Reliable Movements;
Gentlemen's, ladies' and Beys'
Watches, Chronographs, Re
peaters, Chatelaine Watches.
The Levest Prices, marked in
plain figures, from which there
is no deviation. Orders and in
quiries Iy mail receive prompt
attention.
PHILADELPHIA.
FOR SALF OH RFXT.
B1UCK FOIt feALK.
The undersigned are new -nri.nfirf.fi
te
lurnlsh their cus-temers and the public in gen
eral with the best quality of brick in the
market either in large or small lets. Yards:
.ii.i-31, ne-uiiui street ana iiarrtsburg pike
m3-3td
PONTZ & UKO..
POK KENT.
The second story et Eshlcman & Rat b
i s Ranking Heuse, at Centre Square, an d
von
aise a room en second story, opposite
the
wini ti a., w. uqiei, n unestnut street.
, . e . ll- F- KSHLEM AN.
tSMtd&Stt Atternev-utLaw
I?OR KENT.
,. ,ne room. Ne- K North Queen street,
suitable ler photograph gallery, formerly oc
cupied by J. s. Saurman. Apply te
ae-ttd TIIOS. 11AUMGARDNER.
WAXTF1).
TT7"ANTED. EVERYBODY TO ADVEK-
TT tise, free et charge, in the Ixteixigex
ceu, who wants something te de.
WANTED A SITUATION BY A GOOD
stout boy, 18 years of age. te drive and
tend te horses. Apply at Ne. 13 Middle street. .
GIRL WANTED TO DO GENERA?
Housework. Apelyat 2 Seuth Ouee)
street. m3-3tdeed
WANTED A COACH SMITH AND . I
Trimmer, te go te Wilmington, Del: i
ware. Steady employment will be lurnishe
either by the piece or day. Apply immediate! j
at Ne. !i West Vine street. ltd
EAUS! BAGS! BAGS! BAGS WANTE D
Housekeepers take notice that we e r
paying 3 cents a pound for MIXED RAl. .
Cash paid as seen as delivered te
WM. HENNECKE,
nprt-Smd Ne. 2 West King Street.
OAS FIXTURES.
BARGAINS
GAS FIXTURES
SLATE MANTELS,
AT
152 North Queen Street,
LANCASTER, PA.
fJlllXA AXIt UJ.ASSWAKF.
1UINA MALI..
A new line
of
DECORATED CHINA,
MAJOLICA WARE,
FANCY GOOD3
AT
CHINA HALL.
C3T J)02TTFAIL TO SEE TIIEtf 33
HIGH & MARTIN,
Ne. 1.1 EAST KING STREET.
si v sic ai. ixs Tit umfxts.
THE-
Without a doubt furnish the FINEST IN
STRUMENTS in the Market. Wureroems 320
North Queen street. Manufactory in the rear.
Branch Office, 15 East King Street.
Alex. McKillips, Proprietor.
Alse Agent ter Lancaster County for
CH1CKERING & SON'S Celebrated
PIANOS.
A Full Line et Sheet and ether Music, Small
Instruments, Violins, Banjos, Band Instru
ments, &e., always ou hand. flS-lydS&lyw
MIS CFLLAXFO us.
APPLICATION FOB 1'AKDOX.
Application will be made before the
Heard of Pardons at Harri-,burg. en TUES
DAY, 31 AY 18, 1SS0, for the pardon of Jehn
Seber, convicted of rape in the court of Oyer
und Terminer of Lancaster county.
mlvitdeawS 15. V. DAVIS.
'I'llE COLLECTOR OF STATE AND
J County Taxes for Lancaster City will sit
jn the Commissioners Roem at the Court
Heuse te receive the same, with 5 percent,
abatement up te May 31, JSSe. inclusive.
Heurs: Prem S a. in. te 12 in. and 2 te 5 p. m.
ml-2td A. K. WARFEL,
Collector.
Office m'squehaxxa Canal Company. J
Cor. Lexington and Davis Streets,
Raltimeue, April 29, 180.
VTOTICK IS KEBKBY GIVEN THAT A
1A General meeting of the Stockholders of
this company will be held at the office In Balti
more, en Monday, May 10, 1SS0, between the
hoursef3:30and"-l:30p. m., for the election of
officers anil managers for the ensuing year.
The transfer books will be closed en Saturday,
May 1, and remain closed until after the elec
tion. I5v order of
aprSKMJtd ROBERT D. BROWN, Treas.
Allcock's Pereus Plasters.
THE ORIGINAL AND ONLY GENUINE.
Their high degree of perfection lias been se--cured
after years of experiment. Composed
of the CHOICEST Gums and Extracts. We
guarantee them the BEST external remedy
The Best Purgative and Bleed Purifier.
BRANDRETH'S PILLS.
PURELY VEGETABLE.
One or two every night, in ten days enre
Cesttveness and Dyspepsia.
Taken en an empty stomach, they never
nauseate or annoy.
Sold by all Druggists. aprl2-2mdeed&w
Fin & tiMeiis,
dim
liMCiOFT
TIIED EDITION
MONDAY EVENING, MAY 3, 1880.
WEATHER INDICATIONS.
Washington, May 3. Fer the Middle
Atlantic and New England states rising
followed by falling barometer, seutliwest
te northeast winds, warmer, clear and
hazy weather followed in the interior by
numerous local rains.
CONGRESS.
Proceedings In the Senate.
"Washington, May 3. In the Senate
te day a resolution offered by Mr. "Wallace,
providing for evening sessions of the Sen
ate en "Wednesday and Thursday of each
week, went ever without action.
The bill for the relief of Ben Holliday
was taken up. It appropriates $526,000 te
pay Holliday in full for all claims for
spoliations by hostile Indians. The bill
was momentarily laid aside, and en motion
of 3Ir. Bruce the Heuse joint resolution
authorizing the secretary of war te donate
rations te the sufferers by the recent
cyclone at Macen, Miss., was taken up and
passed.
The report of the committee en claims
en the Holliday bill was then read.
The "Immediate Deficiency " Bill.
Mr. "Wm. A. "Wheeler has announced his
signature te the "immediate deficiency "
bill, which new gees te Hayes.
Orth te Explain the Venezuela Jeb.
Ill the Heuse there being no objection
Mr. Orth (Ind.) was accorded consent te
make a personal explanation te-morrow in
regard te his connection with the Venezue
la claims and the congressional investiga
tion in regard thereto.
CUT HIS mROAT.
Tragic Death of a Canadian Farmer.
Woodstock, Ont., May 3. Several days
age a farmer named Gerge Weed, was
brought before n police magistratehcrc,
for atempting te murder his family. He
told wife in the morning that he
had been thinking about it all
night and procuring a hatchet he
made an attempt en their lives, but was
overcome by his wife and daughter. The
police magistrate sent him te jail, and yes
terday he snatched an old knife which had
been dropped accidentally by a vagrant in
custody, and cut his threat, dying in about
two minutes.
OVER THE OCEAN.
Flashes By the Atlantic Cable.
The English officers in the Turkish gen
darmerie will be retained at the expiration
of their present terms in August, provided
they accept a reduction of forty-five per
cent, in salary.
A vessel that had gene in search of her
majesty's ship Atalanta, has returned with
out tidings of the missing craft.
The Irish Heme Kulers will held a meet
ing te consider the land laws, in view of a
scheme of reform te be presented te the
British government.
POSTPONED.
Illness or Judge Patterson's Counsel Causes
the Disbarment Cases te be Deferred.
UAUKisiiiriiG, May 3. The ease of
Steinman fc Hensel, disbarred editors of
tlie Lancaster Intelligencer, was est
pened in the supreme court te-day until
May 27, en account of the illness of At
torney General Palmer.
THE ROYAL 3IIUDY.
Prince Geerge of England te Enter the
Navy.
Londen, May 3. The Bacchante with
the Prince of Wales's two sens,lias arrived
at Spithcad. Prince Geerge, the younger
boy. has decided te adept naval the service
as a profession.
MAICKFTS.
Philadelphia Market.
Philadelphia. May 3. Fleur dull ami firm ;
superfine 3 2i3"; extra at -f I OUf84 7.": Ohie
ami Indiana family at $." Miq,r, 12: I'enn'a
family $ ." 50ig(! (Kt ; St. Leuis family ." T.VffK.'ii) ;
Minnesota family f! sefts (JO; patent and high
grades $U50gSOO.
Rye flour at 23.
Cornmeal Rrandy wine unchanged.
Wheat : Ne. Western Red 51 i ; I'enn'a
Red 1231 '-. : Amber $1 3i.
Cern steady for local use ; steamer 50r0c ;
yellow packet .V2:.e; mixed 51.llc.
Oats easier; Ne. 1, 4.-)-rc; Ne. 2, iVt
He; Ne. 3, ilftiiy; Ne. 2 mixed 3!340e.
Rye dull ; We-uern and Pa. 84c.
Previsions (lull ; mtss perk at $11 St ; beet
hat.'is $17 50 ; India mess beet f 18 301'J : b icon
smoked shoulders 5J."rc; salt 44e;
Einelced Ivmis 10llc ; pickled ham- HttUe.
Lard weak; city kettle 7c; loose butchers
C5c ; prime steam 7c.
iiutier dull and easy; creamery extra
27ifi)28e; Bradford county uud New Yerk extra
24fe2lic; Western reserve extra at 2224c ;
de geed te choice lb2ic: Rolls dull:
I'enn'a extra lS20e.; Western reserve extra
li)''lc
Eggs' Jirni ; Penn'allHJe; Western lie.
Cheese llrm: New Yerk lactery umiv;
Western full cream, 14c; de for geed, 1214e ;
de halt-skinrf. lKl-'e.
Petroleum dull; Refined yic
Whisky attl 10. ,
Seeds dull ; geed te prime cleversecd $0 e0
t( 25 ; de timothy 3 00 ; de flaxseed $1 .0.
New Kerk JHnrket.
New Yekk. May 3. Fleur State iuad Western
dull and price htrengly in buyers' laer; su
perline btaie t 004 75; extra de t 3j
l 00; choice de 033 20; Janey
5 2.-6 00; round hoop Ohie $3 lf)3 75;
choice de $5 8073; superfine western $4 0b
4 75: common te geed extra de $-13.5;
Choice dodo $3 037 00; choice white wheat de
4 805 25; Southern qniet and unchanged;
common te rair extra $5 255 CO ; geed te choice
de S 6587 00. , ,,,..
Wheat Spring dull and nominal ; inter
white dtilluud heavy; led -&c lewer: Ne.
2 Red, May $1 2Ufel Wi i ".e June $1 21J4
Cern dull and prices a -shade easier;
Mixed western spot, 51((j51c ; de luture 47
47-Vc.
Oats about steady ; State 425lc ; Western
3Uf?g4s-c.
Reef dull and prices unchanged.
Perk firmer ; new mess $1730.
Lard quiet and firm; steam rendered .7 ''-0.
Whisky dull ; Western $1 0rtl OX
Spirits of turpentine dull at4l43e.
Cattle Market.
Philadelphia. May 3. Cattle market active ;
Receipt 2,900 head ; prime 5&5-c ; geed 3fs
5-Xc; medium 44e ; common 44c.
sheep market active. Receipts 6,OeO head;
prime 77; geed Kc; medium (.QOe;
common 5l5c.
jlegs Market active. Receipts 6,500 head;
prime 7c ; goetf eyKe ; medium Ce; common
e.
Stock Markets.
.Philadelphia. May 3
2230 p. x.
Stocks dull.
PennaBJi (third issue) ..107
Philadelphia & Erie J5j
Reading . .i-J
Pennsylvania !ri',-h
Lehigh Valley 5U?
United Ces. el N.J m
Northern Pacific
" )J Preferred 51j
Northern Central 33
Lehigh -Navigation 34
Norristown 102
Central Transportation Ce. 48
ruts , iitusvine it uuuaie. i.yx
Little Schuylkill..
... 53
N jsw Xekk, May 3.
Stocks weak.
Meney
N. Y. Central
Eric .
Adams Express
Michigan Central ,..
Michigan Southern
Illinois Central
Cleveland Pittsburgh..
4-.l.t.w.s Jt- lf-fwlr lul'lnff
. 3ffi6
.129-X
-
.1"
. 87,!i
104
.105
180i
Pittsburgh & Fert Wayne.. HOi
Western Union Tel. Ce I0.V4
Teledo & Wabash 37
ew Jersey Central 75
United States Bends and Sterling exchange -
(Quotations ty B. K. Jamisen A Ce., S. XT.
Cor. 3d and Chestnut Streets).
Philadelphia, May 3.
United States 63, 1881, (registered). .10
United States 5's, 1881, (registered). .1O2&01C8
United States 4K's, 1801, (regtstered)10?g)10t
United States 4)3, 1891, (coupons).. .109 WIOO1
United States 4's, 1907. (registered). .1074C107?2
ITn.tf.ul Q..w, Pmhha.. aT'j i.w 'n
Sterling Kxclmnire 4$5Q4$SX
MEDICAL.
Brandy as a Kedicine.
The following article was voluntarily sent te
Mr. H. E. Slaymaker, Agent for Keigurt's Old
Wine Stere, by a prominent practising physi
cian et this ceuuty, who has extensively used
the Brandy referred te in his regular practice.
It is commended te the attention of thest at
tlicted with
Indigestion and Dyspepsia.
BRANDY AS A MEDICINE.
This new much abused Alcoholic Stimulant
was never intended as a beverage, btit te be
used us a medicine of great potency in the cure
of some of the destructive diseases which
sweep away their annual thousands of victims.
With a purely philanthropic motive we pre
sent te the favorable netiee et invalids espe
cially these atltieted with that miserable dis
ease Dyspepsia, a specific remedy, which is
nothing meru or less than
Brandy.
The aged, with feeble appetlte and mere or
less debility, will find 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, and that is
REIGARTS 0ID BRANDT,
Sold bv our enterprising young friend, II. E
SLAYMAKER. This Brandy has steed the
test for years, and has never failed, us far
as our experience extends, and we therefore
give it the preference ever all ether Brandies,
no mutter with hew many jaw-breaking French
titles they are branded. One-fourth of the
money that Is yearly thrown away en various
impotent dyspepsia specifies would surtice te
buy all the Brandy te cure any such case or
eases. In proof of the curative powers et
Reigart's Old Brandy,
In cases et Dyspepsia, we can summon num
hers of witnesses one ease in particular we
cite:
A hard-working farmer hud been atlUcted
with an exhaustive Dyspepsia ter a number of
veins; his stomach would rejeet utmost every
kind of feed; he had sour eructatiens con
stantly 110 appetite in fact, he was obliged te
restrict his diet te crackers and stale bread,
and us a beverage he used Mel! mini's Reet
Beer. He is a Methodist, and then, as new,
preached at times, uul in uis discourses often
declaimed earnestly against all kinds of strong
drink. When advised te try
Reigart's Old Brandy,
In his ease, he looked up with astonishment,
but after hearing of its wonderful effects iu
the cases et some of his near acquaintances, he
at last consented te fellow our advice, lie
used the Brandy faithfully and steadily; the
first bottle giving him an appetite, und before
the second was taken he was a teund man.with
a stomach capable of digesting anything which
lie chose te cat. He still keeps it and uses a lit
tle occasionally; und since he has this medi
cine he lias been of very little pecuniary bene
fit te tint doctor. A Practising Piivsiciaw.
H. E. SLAYMAKER,
AOENT FOR
Reigart's Old Wmc (Stere,
Established In 1785,
lMl'OIETEK AND DEALER IN
FINE OLD BRANDIES, SHERRIES, SUPE
RIOR OLD MADEIRA, (Imported in IS 18,
1827 ami 1828,) CHAMPAGNES O
EVERY BRAND, SCOTCH ALE
PORTER. RROWN STOUT.
Ne. 29 EAST KINi ST.. LANCASTER. PA
I.FUA1. XOTICFS.
E
JSTATK OF .JAMKS W. KHIiY, LATE
of Lancaster Citv. deceased. Letters of ad
ministration en said estate having been grant
ed te the undersigned, all persons indebted
thereto are requested te make immediate pay
ment, and the.-e having claims or demands
against the same will present them without de
lay fur-settlement te the undersigned, or her
attorney, J. L. Steinmetz.
JULIA RHET.
2 Administratrix.
J. L. STEiNMKTit, Att'y. iuJ7-tidi.iiw
INSTATE OP ANNA M. WKIIL.K,
ll late of the City et Lancaster, deceased.
Letters et administration en said estate hav
ing been granted te the undersigned, all per
sons indebted te said decedent are requested
te make immediate settlement, und these hav
ing cUiiins or demands against the same, will
present them without delay ter sct'lement te
the imdersigded, residing iu Lancaster City.
.MRS. E. K. PATTERSON,
J. XV. F. Swirr. Administratrix.
Attorney. m30-t!tdced
E
Vsl'ATK Of JAMES ISO II AN. LiVTE OF
the Citv of Lancaster, deceased. Letters
testamentary ou said estate having been
granted te the undersigned, all persons in
debted te said decedent are requested te make
immediatesettiemcnt.and these having claims
or demands against the estate el said decedent
te make known the same without delay te the
undersigned.
MAIiV BOHAN.
MARUARET KEEFE,
ap30-Ctdeed Kxecut rixes
INSTATE OF 15AKNIIKK1 MANN.FAKM
J ER, late of Maner township, Lancaster
county, deceased. Letters 01 administration
en said estate having been granted te the un
dersigned, all pet sons indebted thereto are re
quested te make immediate payment, and
these having chdms or demands against the
same will present them without delay for set
tlement te the undersigned, residing iu said
township. HENRY W.MANN,
SIMON MANN,
Administrators.
Wm. It. Wilsen, Att'y. apr23-yiw
TESTATE OF A1IKAHAM 8VE1GAKT,
Pi late of East Earl township, Luucuster
county. Pa., deceased. The undersigned Audi
tor, appointed te distribute the balance re
maining in the hands of Elizabeth sjweigart,
administratrix of the said Abraham bweigart,
deceased, te and among the-e legally entitled
te the same, will sit ler that purpose en SAT
URDAY, the 22d day et MAY, A. D. 188J, at 10
o'clock a. in., in the Library Roem of the Court
Heuse, iu the city of Lancaster, where all per
sons interested "in said distribution may at
tend. CHAS. 1. LAN Dl.-
apr2S-ltw Auditor.
ASSIGNED ESTATE OF MAKT1N O.
stirk and wife, of Earl township, Lancas
ter county. The undersigned auilitorappoini auiliterappoini auilitorappeini
ed te distribute the balance remaining iu Hie
hands of Isaac Stirk ami Geerge Levau, as
signees by deed of voluntary assignment ler
the benefit et creditors, found among tho.-e
legally entitled te the same, will sit ler that
purpose en WEDNESDAY, the 12th day or
MAY, IHSe. at 10 o'clock a. m.. in the Libiury
Roem of the Court Heu-e. in the eity of Jmu
caster, where all persons interested in said dis
tribution may attend.
WM. It, WILSON,
ap7-ltd&ltw Auditor.
INSTATE OF FKANKLIN P. 1SICOOXS
ll Lute et Celeniin tewnship.dcceascd, I. an
caster county. Pa. All persons indebted te
said estate are requested te make lmmcdiutu
payment, and these having legal claims
against the same will present them without
delay iu proper order for settlement te
SAMUEL SHIMP, Administrator.
Bait P. O., Lancaster County, Pa.
aprtl-Otw
The Bleed is the lite!
IilNDSEY'S BLOOD SEAECHEE
Is rapidly acquiring u national reputation for
the cure el
Scrofulous Affection, Cancereu Forma
tion, Erysipelas, Dells, Pimple. Ul
cers, Sere Eyes, Scald Head, Tetter,
Salt-Kheum, Mercurial, and
all Skin Diseases.
This remedy is a Vegetable Compound, ead
cannot harm the most tender infant. Ladies
who sutler from debilitating discuses t'tid Fe
male Complaints, will find speedy r lief by
using this remedy.
C. W. Lixscett, of Mesopotamia, O., says it
cured him et Scretula of thirty years. Twe
bottles cured Mrs. E. J. Dukes, of Colfax,
Ind., of ulcerated ankle and big neck. LIN D
SEY'S BLOOD SEARCHER cured my son of
Erysipelas. Mrs. E. Smeltzek, Larimer Sta
tion, Pa.
The lfloed Sarchr is the Safest, Snrcst and
Most Powerful Purifier ever known. Price
$1.00 per bottle. , .
It. K. SELLERS & C., Prep'rs, Pittsburgh,
Penn'a.
Te Regulate the Liver.
Use Only Sellers Liver Mils, the best and
only .true tlver Regulator. Established ever
50 years. They cure Headache, Biliousness,
Costiveness, Liver Cem plalnt.Fevcrand Ague,
and oil slmllur diseases, like magic. Get the
right kind. SELLERS LIVER PILLS, Si cts.
The great Werm Destrever! SELLERS
VEKM1FUGE. " Expelled 40O Werm from
my child, two years old." Wm. S.u:VEit.St.
Leui.3, Me. Sold bv druggists. Price 2. cts.
each. It. E. SELLERS & CO., Prep'rs. Pitts
burgh, Pa. Snd for circulars. el-lyw