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Eighth District Conference, Yeung Men'n
Christian Associations of Pennsylvania.
This conference will convene aX Lancas
ter, en Friday evening, March 12th, at 7J
o'clock, in the Union Bethel church, the
conference continuing ever Sunday. The
following is the pregramme of exercises
during the sessions :
Friday evening, 7:!H) : "Prayer and
Praise service. "
Saturday, 10 a. in. : "Associations in
small places, their importance and their
diuicuitie.s, and hew best te meet them.
11 a. in : "The necessity of personal
Christian work. "
2:30 p. m. : Devotional exercises.
3 p. in. : "Ladies' auxiliaries, their im
portance and work."
3:30 p. in. : "The general secretary and
executive secretary, their duties and im
portance." 7:30p.m.: "Hew best te arrange for
social and literary work, in connection with
8 p. m. : "Our work in behalf of boys."
Sunday 0 a. in. : "Consecration meet
ing." 3:1.1 p. m. : " Yeung men's meeting."
7:30 p. m. : " Service of song and fare
Delegates arc expected from Gettysburg,
Hanover, East Berlin, Glenrock, Sinews
bury, New Oxford, Yerk, Dillsburg, Man
hcim and Mount Jey, within the district ;
also from a number of associations from
Each association represented within the
district is expected te make a short report
of the work of their association during
the past year.
Amusement! te Come.
This morning Cellier's company was
booked te play "A Celebrated Case," in
this city en April 24 (return visit). This
troupe will appear here en March 20th,
when it will play "The Banker's
Daughter." The company includes Leuis
James, who was the first gentleman te play
Jean llenaud, in the "Celebrated Case"
in this city. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wal
cot and Miss Marie Wainwright are also
with the troupe. Carncross's minstrels
will be here en April 23d, and the Helman
opera en the 22d of the same month.
The shows te appear here during the
month of March are : 15th, Temmy
Mack's minstrels, 10th, "An Arabian
Night, ' by a company which includes
E. F. Theme anil wife and Harry Josephs;
24th, Lawrence Barrett, in "Hamlet;"
29th, F. C. Bangs, in "Jeseph Balsamo. "
The latter piece is new and it will be
brought out at the Walnut street theatre,
Philadelphia, en Monday, Match 22d,
where it will be played for a week. It is
said te be a fine play.
First Ward TaxPaycnt.
Last evening another meeting of the
taxpayers of the First ward, who take ex
ception te the increased valuation at
which the property has been assessed by
order of the county commissioners, was
held in the second story of Fulton opera
house. The meeting was net very largely
attended. Win. McCemsey was called te
the chair and Thes. F. McEHigett was ap
pointed secretary. After a free Inter
change of views as te what is
best te be done te obtain re
lief, the following named committee
was appointed te procure legal advice and
represent the taxpayers before the county
commissioners : II. W. Havbcrgcr, Jehn
S. Belner, A. Hirsh, Jacob Lech, J. K.
Stener, P. J. Steimfeltz, It W. Shenk,
Christian Shaeirer, Jehn Bees. A. E. llob lleb
erts, William Millar, A. C. Kepler, Jacob
M. Leng, Uriah Bitzcr and Samuel Bitzcr.
The meeting adjourned te meet this
evening at the office of Jehn S. Behrer,
West Chestnut street.
Fall of Molasses.
This morning a hogshead of melassis
was being unleaded from a freight wagon
at Bursk's grocery store, en East King
street, when the skids slipped and the
hogshead fell from the wagon te the '
ground, breaking in one of the heads, j
Several gallons of molasses was lest be- I
fore the hogshead could be turned up en
its solid end.
A geed deal of amusement was allbrdcd
by an old negre, who, with a lineup in one
hand and a tin kettle in the ether, scooped
up from the dirty gutter a kettle full of
the wasteil sweetness mixed with filth.
He is a believer in the doctrine that if a
peck of dirt must be eaten it may as well
be eaten oue time as another.
Yesteiday Constable Eicholtz, of West
Lampeter township, arrested Ames Al
bright, Themas Jeu'ersen Ohmit and Chas.
Blair.en the charge of stealing about 1,000
pounds of iron, the property of the Penn
sylvania railroad company. The iron was
stolen at different points along the railroad
and sold by the accused te Fritz Gretwald
and Jeseph Bestick, dealers in old iron,
who in turn sold a part of it te the Pcnn
Iren company, where it was fully identi
fied by employees of the railroad company.
The accused, all of whom were arrested in
this city, were committed in default of
bail te await a hearing before Alderman
Spurrier en a day net yet fixed.
Keiuanded Fer Trial.
Jehn II. Elvine, alias Charles Elvine, ar
rested day before yesterday as before re
ported, for robbing Mr. Hughes, of Johns
town, of a pockctbeok containing about
$rtO and some valuable papers, was given
into the custody of Jehn T. Harirs, chief of
police of Johnstown, who arrived in Lan
caster en the 12:23 train last night and
left with the prisoner in the 2:40 train this
morning. Chief Harris says they have a
sure case agaiust the prisoner.
New Line of Deat
The first two squares of North Queen
street arc in a frightful condition en
account of the recent fall of snow. It is
said that a line of beats will be started
between Centre square and the Pennsyl
vania depot as seen as the street is entirely
free from frost. Persons desiring situa
tions as cooks, etc., can obtain informa
tion in regard te the new line by applying
te the street commissioner.
AtWm. A. Scheenbcrger's saloon, North
Queen street, last cveninir, the employees
of A. S. Rosenbaum & Ce., tobacco pack
ers, presented their foreman, Philip Born Bern
gesser, with a valuable silver hunting case
watch, properly inscribed. The presenta
tion speech was made by Harvey T. Riley,
and responded te by Mr. Berngesscr, after
which the party sat down te a fine colla
tion prepared by Mr. Schcenbcrger.
Several days age some one entered the
house of Jehn G. Mullen, residing en the
south side of the Conestoga below the
city, and stele a work basket, thiee geld
studs, tome lace work and a let of china-ware.
A Lancaster Mether Leaves HerJ Child In
According te the Yerk Daily Alice Bow Bew
ers, of Lancaster county, called at the
residence of Mr. Samuel Butler, colored,
en Seuth Queen street, Yerk, yesterday,
and inquired for Mrs. Schazberger, and
asked permission te leave her small child,
together with a package, with Mrs. Butler
until she went te the depot en business.
Net returning for some time, Mr. Butler
followed her te the depot, but she was non
est, though eme baggage was there which
belongs te her. Peer Director Gilbert
thorp was notified of the deserted child.
It will be conveyed te the Yerk almshouse
and then te the Lancaster county alms
house. The child is about 10 months old,
and is a male.
The 'Wall ego Sheeting Case.
Mrs. Jehn Wallege, colored, of Mount
Jey, who was shot and severely in
jured by her husband en the 24th
of February, and whose recovery was
for a time thought doubtful, is improving
rapidly and is said te be out of danger.
Her son, Elmer Wallege, who received
in his head a part of the
lead of shot intended for his
mother, has almost entirely recovered, and
is working at barbering for Geerge
Parker. Jehn Wallege, who fired the
shot, is still at the county hospital, where
he suffers from his old sickness. He per
sists in saying that the sheeting was acci
dental. Pennsylvania Conference U. 11.
The Pennsylvania annual conference of
the United Brethren church convenes to
day at WestFairview, Cumberland county,
Bishop J. Dicksen, D. D., of Ohie, is ex
pected te pieside in the absence of Bishop
Glessbrcnder, who is still unable te leave
his room. The conference number between
CO and 70 ministers, some 20 of whom are
local preachers. Each charge in the con
ference district will also be represented by
one lay delegate.
A Lest liny.
Geerge Pierce, a twelve year-old-boy,
left his home in Coatesville last Monday,
and has net been seen since. His father
was in town in search of him te-day. The
boy is small for his age, is of light com
plexion and has light short hair. When
last seen he had en a cap, dark clothes,
beets with new half soles, and a knit jacket
under his coat.
Hearing of Diserderlies.
Of the young men who had a hearing
last evening before Alderman Dennelly of
the Seventh ward, en the charge of being
disorderly en Saturday night, three paid
the costs and were discharged ; one young
man named Blair was sent te jail for ten
days, and a fifth was discharged for want
Death of J, Shelley Ueyer.
Last evening J. Shelley Beyer, a well
known citizen of Yerk, died at his resi,
j deuce en East Philadelphia street, aged el
years. The deceased was highly respected
and conducted the job printing business
until quite recently. Seme years age he
was one of the editors and proprietors of
the Yerk Republican.
Fer a week or two past Street Commis
sioner Ilcnsel has been busily engaged in
putting (bnrn street crossings en Duke
street. Wouldn't it be worth his while te
pay some attention te the lifting up of the
crossings en North Queen street that are
buried beneath several inches of mud.
A Wheel lirekeu.
This menii'i about 10 o'clock as a man
with a ceuntiy mr.rket wagon attempted
te cress the railroad en North Prince
street, opposite lien. A. E. Roberts's resi
dence, one of the hind wheels was wrecked
by gaming in contact with the iron rail,
which projects considerably above tlie
grade of the street.
Te he Laid With Belgian Itleeks.
The first square of North Queen street
is te be laid with Belgian blocks as seen as
the weather will permit. The contract for
the work has already been made with
Cunningham & McNichol.
Ma. Jehn Schleyeh, the proprietor et the
Chilton. Wis. Volksbete, a progressive German
weekly, gratified us with the following : With
pleasure I add my testimonial te the many al
ready given in favor of St. Jacob's Oil, which
I had occasion te test. I .suffered extreme pains
in the back of my neck, which were almost
unbearable. Having heard of St. Jacob's On.
1 dispatched one of my men te the nearest
drug store, procured a bottle, and commenced
te apply it at once. The pain subsided, and en
the next morning 1 was all right again.
The rose bud opening te the morn.
While yet the dew hangs en the thorn.
Exhales less sweetness than is went
Te breathe lrem lips that SOZODONT
Has touched with a soft crimson glow
That shows the dazzling teeth off se.
LANCASTER HOUSEHOLD MAHKET.
Cupeheese, 2 cups ,
Dutch cheese '$ lump
Cottage cheese, 2 piecis
Chickens f? pair
...... ...... !te
. . .?5.006.00
I J'lfCK fi pair
I Turkeys l S dressed
i ueese t' piece...
ISass 3? ft
Eels f? Jb
Oysters $? 100
Kye fl bus
Cern $1 bus
Oats $ bus
Cleverseed ?! bus
Timethy Seeed ?? bus
Apple Butter ?1 qt
Kggs 1 dez
Henevf? ft 2(2."ic
Seap f? ft 58e
JNiuer kmntft qt 1012c
Apples ty H pk 202T.c
Bananas i piece 5c
Cranberries '$ qt 13c
Cherries, dried, 1 qt 12c
Currants, dried, 3P H '-c
Dried Apples ft qt 5c
" Peaches?! qt NW12c
Lemens W dez 25e0c
Oranges fJ dez : Iefe50j
Beets 1 bunch 5c
Cabbage ft head 2Gc
Carrots ! bunch 35c
Horseradish ty piece 25c
Lima beans ? qt. 1520c
Onions f! pk '.5c
Potatoes y. pk....t 1015c
" Sweety Jpk 12fe20c
Soup Beans 1 qt 0c
Salsify f! bunch Ice
Turnips, pk 58c
Beef Steak, ft ft 12ICc
" Beast (rib) ) ft 12$jl6c
(chuck) ft lb 1012c
" Corned, ft ft 1012c
" Dried, ft ft 252Sc
Ham ft ft 1220c
Lamb ft ft 1220c
Lard ft ft 7t'c
Mutten ft ft 12llic
Perk ft ft 10c
Pudding ft ft 8c
Sausage ft ft -. 810c
Sides and Bacen ft ft 810c
Shoulders iH ft 7c
Veal 11 HVJ16C
E ARE NOW SHOWING AN ELEGANT ASSORTMENT
SHUSH, FRENCH AID AMERICAN STLTTHGS,
IN ALL THE CHOICE STYLES.
Pine Dress Suits, Durable Business Suits, Spring Overcoats, Beys'
Dress Suits and Spring Suits.
All made te order in Best Style and Manner. Alse, just opened an Elegant Line of GENTS' FANCY HOSIERY, NECK
WEAR, HANDKERCHIEFS, SUSPENDERS, GLOVES, COLLARS AND CUFFS. We call attention te enr Laundricd and
Unlaundried Shirts, guaranteed te be the best in the market
E2FPIease call and examine our Stock. Ne trouble te show goods.
GIVLEB, BOWEKS & HUBST,
25 EAST KING STREET.
Baptist Church Entertainment.
Ge te Givler, Bewers & Hurst's.
Sheetings. &c, at Martin's.
Lest, Strayed or Stelen.
Tebacc Seed Fer Sale.
ESfFer further detail see advertising
Shrewdness anil Ability.
Hep Bitters se freely advertised in all the
papers, secular and religious, arc having a
large sale, and are supplanting all ether medi
cines. There in no denying the virtues et the
Hep plant, and the proprietors of these Bitters
have shown great shrewdness and ability in
G-ouipeiiudliig a Bitters, whose virtues are se
palpable te every one's observation. Ex
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 di-ease that it was
impossible for her te lie down. She was re re
ceuuuended te m:e Dr. 1'iewninir. who is a ren-
ular graduate et one of the eh lest 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. & C. Cordial, and the
result was that in a short time the lady could
rest comfortably at night, and the trouble seen
disappeared. Fer sale by all druggist (3Uc.
per bottle) or the proprietor.
Statistics prove that twenty-live per cent,
of the deaths in our larger cities are caused by
consumption, and when we reflect that this
terrible disease in its worst stage will yield te
a bottle of Lecher's Renowned Cough Syrup,
shall we condemn the sufferers ter their neg
ligence, or pity them for their Ignorance?
Use Lecher's Herse and Cattle Pew ders.
A New Method In Medicine.
By this new method every sick person can
get a package of the dry vegetable compound,
Kidney-Wert, and prepare ler themselves six
quarts of medicine It is a specillc cure ler
Kidney Diseases Liver Complaint, Constipa
tion and Piles, and a great tonic for females.
Try Lecher's Cough "syrup.
"What every one says must be true,-' that
"Dr. Sellers' Cough Syrup" has no equal for
coughs and colds. Try it. Price cents.
They erk Together.
When your system gets out of tune and you
feel completely played out, it is pretty certain
that you need a medicine te act en both the
Kidneys and Liver ler these important organs
work together in freeing the system et its
waste, and keeping up the tone. Then take
Kidney-Wert, for this is just what Itdees, ter it
is both diuretic and cathartic.
If you want te have a geed appetite and en
joy health, take ' Dr. Lindsey's Bleed
lu re Spices at l.echer's Drug Stere.
Catarrh of the llladder Cured.
Henrietta, Menree Ce., X. T., Jan. 5, 1SS0.
II. II. Warner & Ce.: Gentlemen: I am a
man (17 vears of age, have lived in Menree
county, X. Y., most of my life, and believe
there is no man of my acquaintance who would
doubt any statement I might make. I have
been a terrible sufferer of Catarrh of the Blad
der for years. Hearing of a number of cures
from the use of your remedy, and after taking
a few bottles of your Safe Kidney and Liver
Cure, I was net enlv relieved, but found my
selfcurcd. THOMAS OWKXS.
Mothers! Mothers!! Mothers!!!
Are you disturbed at night and broken el
your rest by a sick child suffering and crying
with the excruciating pain of cutting teeth?
II se, go at once and getabottleef MUS. WIXS
LOW'S SOOTIIIXO SYBUP. It will relieve the
peer little sufferer immediately depend upon
it; there is no mistake about it. There is net a
mother en earth who has overused 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 allcascs,and pleas
ant te the taste, and is the prescription of one
et the eldest and best female physicians and
nurses in the United Suites. Sold everywhere
25 cents a bottle. jl7-lyd&wM.W&S
Try Lecher's Cough Syrup.
A Mether's Uriel.
The pride of a mother, the life ami joy of a
home, are her children, hence her grief when
sickness enters and takes them away. Take
warning then, that you arc 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. Sliiieh's Consump
tion Cure is guaranteed te cure them. Price 10
cents, 50 cents and $1. Fer lame Back, Side,
or Chest, use Shiloh's Pereus Plaster. Price
25 cents. Sold bv D. HeiUhu, Lancaster, and
M. L. Davis, Miliersville.
The Ilcst I Kver Knew Or.
J. O. 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 Kemcdy I could
hear of, without any relict whatever, until I
saw your Shiloh's Vitalizer advertised in our
paper, and was persuaded te try it. lam happy
te state that it has entirely cured me. It is cer
tainly the best Kemedy I ever knew of." Price
75 cents. Sold by D. Hcltslm, Lancaster, and
M. L. Davis, Miliersville.
Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy.
A marvelous Cure for Catarrh, Diphtheria
Canker Meuth, and Head Ache. With each
bottle there is an ingenious nasal Injector for
he mere successlul treatment of tne com
plaint, without extra charge. Price 50 cents.
Sold by D. Heitshu, Lancaster, and M. L. Davis,
Miliersville. s2C-eodD&eew W
Harry. In this city, en the Sth inst., Mary
M. Harry, in the 88th year of her age.
" At rest."
Her relatives and friends are respectfully in
vitcd te attend the funeral from her .late resi
dence, Ne. 328 Church street, Thursday after
neon, at 2J4 e clock. 2td
XEW ADVERT IS E31ENTS.
Lancaster, Dec. 12, 1879.
INSURE YOUR rKOPJSUTYIN RELIABLE
BBNJ. F. SHENK'S,
Office : 10S West King Street,
IIRK, LIFE AND ACCIDENT.
Insurance at lowest rates. Geed and Bell
able Companies. HE UK & STAUFFEK,
Beat Estate & Ins. Agta., 3 N. Duke St.
J; A Trimming and Millinery Stereln Mount
Alse, a Country Stere Stand
OHN II. METZLEK.
Ne. a Seuth Duke Street,
I have for sale several choice varieties of
Tobacco Seed, which I can recommend te
growers. Securely put up in one dollar puck
uT03. JOHN S. UOHKEU,
Office: " Kehror's Warehouse,"
mlO-tfd Lancaster, Fa
DRT ii (Hilts.
NEW AD VERTISEMENTS.
J. B. MARTIN & CO.
SHEETINGS AND MUSLINS.
SHEETING MUSLINS, all widths. TABLE LINENS. LINEN TOWELS, TURKEY RED
DAMASKS. Just Opened, ONE CASE MADRAS AND CANTON
GINGHAMS, IN NEW STYLES.
CARPETS, WALL PAPERS,
QUEENSWARE AND PRIME FEATHERS.
J. B. MARTIN & CO.
WATCHES. The largest stock and most 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.
SILVERWARE.--Articles of utility and ornament in solid silver or electro
plate, artistic in design and of various styles of finish.
MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES tee numerous te specify, including every
thing consistent with a first-class Jewelry Business.
Realizing that we are in competition with the large houses of the Eastern
cities, we will be especially careful that every article shall be sold as low as
it could be bought elsewhere.
H. Z. RHOADS & BRO., Jewelers,
Ne. 4 West E3ng Street.
INSUKK YOUR l'ROFKKTY IN THE 11EST
BAUSMAN BUBNS .
ii-tteedlt Office: Ne 10 West Orange St.
IOST, STRAYED OR STOLEN.
j A White Geese and a White Gander, the
laiter with a split tee. Missed since Sunday at
3 ). m. Information concerning them leit at
this office, or the geese returned te 552 St.
Jeseph street. ltd
Fine Household Furniture, Carpets,
Piane, Ac, at 228 East Orange street, en WED
NESDAY, the 17th et M AKCH. Fer Catalogue
SAM'L HESS & SOX,
mll,13,15&10It Ne. 10 North Queen bt.
MUST BAPTIST CHURCH. A GICAND
Concert and Entertainment consisting el
ecal and Instrumental Music, Uecitatiens,
Tableaux and Dialogues. OX TIIUUSDAY
EVEXIXG the 11th. Adult tickets 15 cents.
Childrcn'ai tickets 10 cents. Deers open at l)i
IT S. UAICA'S
145j East Klue Street, Lancaster, l'a.
Insurance Company of Xerth America, Phil'a
Lycoming County Fire Ins. Ce., el Sluney, Pa.
Franklin Fire Insurance Ce., Philadelphia.
Pennsylvania Fire Insurance Ce., Pliil'a.
Continental Fire Insurance Ce., Xew Yerk.
Hanover Fire Insurance Ce., New Yerk.
Queen England Fire Insurance Company.
Scottish Commercial Fire Insurance Ce.
Liverpool, Londen and Glebe Fire Ins. Ce.
American Life Ins. Ce., of Phil'a. f7-lmlB
Business Cards !
Business Cards ! !
Something New and Very Attractive !
We have en hand the finest Selection el Bus
iness Cards in the Market at
VERY LOW PRICES.
-C.VLL AND EXAMINE OUU STOCK.
ervbedv te advertise, free of charge.
in the Iktilligkxckr. wlie wants something
A YOUNG COLORED GIRL WANTS A
Situation as child's nurse or te assist in
M MilUin Street.
general housework. Age 11. Inquire at Ne.
A situation te take care et a horse. Will
make himself generally useful. Can give geed
reference. Apply at
HOUSE FURNISHING OUOODS.
FLIM & BREjtEMAjt
Arc offering Greater Bargains than ever in
A Large Stock of Gas Fixtures at VEKT
FLINN & BRENEMAN
152 North Queen Street,
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL RE RE
ceived by the Street Committee up te
M AUCU 11, 1880, at 5 o'clock p. m., for a Sewer
en West Chestnut street, from Prince te
Water streets, according te specifications at
City Regulator's Office. Proposals te be put In
Street Bex at Balr & Shcnk's Bank.
By order of the Street Committee.
mMhl J. K. BAKU, Clerk.
J. D. ROSENBERGER & CO.,
318 Seuth Frent St., PhiladelphiafJPa.
Dealers and Farmers having Eggs, Poultry,
Butter pound, print, roll and solid or any
kindel Country Produce, would de well te
hip te us. as we guarantee full prices and
prompt returns. n2C-13tw
New Yerk Market.
New Yerk, March 10. Fleur-State ami West
ern very dull and in buyers' faver:
supcrliue state $4 G5(a5 15 : extra de
$5 2i550; choice de $5 556; fancy de fE 10
(57 50; round hoop Ohie $5 75t00; choice
de $G 107 50; supcrliue western $4 (ig5 75 ;
common te geed extra de $5 255 G5 ; choice
dodo $5 708 0i; choice white wheat de$f5
6 50: Southern quiet; common te fair extra
5 75fi .10; geed te choice de Hi -HMDS 00.
Wheat heavy; Spring nominal; Winter JJ
lc lower and dull; Ne. 2 Bed, April, $1 UyAHil
1 45- ; de May $1 42;il 42, ; Ne. 1 White April
Cern a shade easier and dull ; Mixed West
ern spot S00uyia ; de future aiifiiXli.c.
Oats easier; Suite 4S3le; Western 47tf5lc.
I'hilaiucli'iiia, March 10. Fleur inactive and
weak; superline $t00150: extra 5 00$5 50;
Ohie and Indiana familv Hi 507 00 ; Penn'a
tamily SG 25??0 75 : St. Leuis family 75725 ;
Minnesota tauilly $6 OJgti 75 ; patent ajid high
grades $7 J5f88 2i.
Kye flour $5 00.
Cernuie.il Brandy wine unchanged.
Wheat unsettled : Ne. 2 Western lted $14I
1 41K ; Penn'a de $1 4ill 41 : Amber $1 lliSll 45.
Cern dull: steamer SIlQSlc; yellow 55c ;
Oats linn : Ne. 1 48k?c; Xe. 2 47jc; Ne. 2
ilye 11 1 hi; Western frin 93c ; Pa. JidirSc
Seeds llrm: geed te prime cleverseed $725flf
8 00; de timothy $U253!5; de flaxseed
scarce at $1 75l h.
Previsions quiet ; miss perk $13 00: beet
haius$175018 00; India mess beef $2150: Ha Ha
ceu smoked shoulders 55c ; salt de 4tQ
4Jc: smoked hams OXSle'c; pickled hams
Lard quiet; city kettle 7c; loose butchers'
7c : prime steam 7c.
Builcr nrm with gedd trade ; creamery extra.
353:37c; israuferd county and New Yerk extra
272Sc ; Western reserve extra at 2728i ;
de geed te choice 202Gc: rolls firm ami scarce ;
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WEDNESDAY EVE'Q, MARCH 10, 1880.
Washington, March 10. Fer the Mid
dle Atlantic states, higher barometer,
westerly backing te wanner southerly
winds, cloudy or partly cloudy weather.
Itsuea a Proclamation Vouching for the San
Sax Francisce, Cal., March 10. Mayer
Kalloch has issued the following proclama
tion : " I deem it my duty te the city ever
whose welfare I preside, and te the public
at large which is being infamously deceived
by incendiary misrepresentations as te our
situation, te declare in most emphatic and
public manner that there is net, and never
lias been, the slightest reason te appre
hend any disturbance, riot or lawlessness
whatever from the working classes of Sau
Francisce. If trouble comes, it will net
csme from them. Most inexcusable
and outrageous means are being
used by designing men te goad
them into riotous demonstrations,
but they will fail. They are, as they have
proved themselves te be under most try
ing provocation, the law-abiding and peace
preserving portion of our population. I
vouch te the world for them. But they will
se continue ; and I further declare, however
the people abroad may be imposed upon,
the people of this city see through the
transparent humbugging of military inter
ference, police increase and inflammatory
circulars, and will wait their constitutional
day of judgment te peaceably, but effect
ively consign their authors te the political
infamy and oblivion which they most rich
The Citizens' Manifesto.
The following, which appeared in the
San Francisce Call this morning, aroused
Kalloch's ire :
"We declare the objects and purposes of
this organization te be, lirht, the preserva
tion of public peace ; second, protection of
life and prepeity; third, restoration of
confidence in the security of life and prop
erty from all violence ; fourth, resuscita
tion of legitimate commerce, industries
and business habits.
All this we intend and expect te accom
plish within the law and by peaceful meas
ures. This is the organization of conserva
tive power for the public geed. All geed
citizens who agree with us and approve
of our .objects and purposes are invited te
join themselves te this organization by
signing the roll. There is no middle
ground upon which a man can stand. Neu
trality in this crisis can only be excused by
extreme age or pitiable cowardice. Se long
as agitation was confined te its original pur
pose it proceeded without objection, for the
whole people of California recognized the
evils of Chinese emigration, and united te
oppose it by all lawful means. But new,
when it was made the pretext for the
organization of large bodies of armed
men, whose purposes are riot and possibly
masacre, te be aided by general conllagra cenllagra conllagra
tiens and the actors te be rewarded by
liberty of unlimited pillage, the citizens of
this commonwealth have determined te
interpose their power and declare that this
contemplated tragedy shall net be enacted
here, and that public threats of the accom
plishment of such wicked and inhuman
desigus cannot, and will net, be longer
Ne names are signed te the above mani
festo, but it is understood that it is put
forth by a body representing the wealth
ami business interests of the city, includ
ing some who aiave been prominent in
times past in inc;ures for the preservation
of the city from the designs of the disor
derly and criminal element.
THE HARRISBCUG TRIALS.
Chris Leng at Heme nicfc retreffM Case.
II.VKI'ISDUKG, March 10. Court met at
9 o'clock. The case of Christian Leng was
) continued until next term en .recount of
j defendant's sickncss,and the case.f Pctreff
j was resumed. After introducing testi
meny te prove that Pctreff had premised
" te make it interesting " for member of
the Legislatuae te support the riot bill, the
commonwealth closed its case.
The defense then opened and Pctreff
testified in his own behalf. He flatly con
tradicted the testimony of Watsen given
heretofore. Representative Pollock of
Philadelphia then testified that PctrefTs
interview with Watsen was carried
en in a jocular manner. Several ether
witnesses were examined, after which the
defense closed. Court then adjourned
until two o'clock. The case will probably
go te the jury this afternoon.
Three Lives Lest by Pure Negligence.
St. Chares, Me., March 10. The boiler I
in the grist mill el" Solemon Zicgler, at
Bretherton, opposite this place, en the
Missouri river, exploded yesterday,
tearing the mills te atoms. The propri
etor's son, who acted as engineer, and a col
ored hey were killed outright, and the
fireman died shortly afterwards. The ex
plosion was caused by a lack of water in
Destruction el u Grain Elevator and Other
Cincinnati,, March 10. A special te
the Commercial from "Washington Court
Heuse, Ohie, dated midnight last night,
says James P. Ely's large elevator and
perk packing establishment caught iire
at 11 :30 and is a total less. Other valu
able buildings arc in danger,as the fire is net
yet under control. Mr. Ely's less U S33,
000 ; insurance, $17,000.
1 If th District Census Supervisor.
"Washington, March 10. Among the
nominations sent te the Senate te-day was
the name of Charles P. Jadwin for census
supervisor of the Fifth district of Penn
sylvania. Toe Men Attacked by Dreves of Rats.
A remarkable and perhaps unprecedent
ed combat took place at Bestick's mill,
nearPendel, X. C. It seems that Gen.
Bestick and one of his employees,
j Andersen Wayles, went into a corn
house which has been stored with corn
for nearly twelve months, and which has
i been closed for that length of time. After
i eettinir in they found that the place was
I literally alive with rats, which began te
; attack fiercely the two men, who in vain
attempted te beat tnem en. ine rats
came upon them in droves, biting
them about the hands, face and
legs, several actually getting under
Wayles's shirt. Beth men cried for help
j and were rescued from their perilous situ
ation. The whole of Gen. Bestick's left
' ear was eaten elF, and his face horribly
1 bitten. Wayles's nose and lips were se
badly bitten that his best friends could net
recognize him, and his left eye was tern
from its socket.
Sternberg's Rolling Mill Shuts Down The
Hardware Company's Strike.
Reading, March 10. The rolling mill of
J. N. Sternberg's works closed this morn
ing, the hands having demanded an in
crease of wages, which was refused.
The Reading hardware company will an
swer their employees' demand for an in
crease of 25 per ceut. this afternoon at 4
o'clock. Anefler of compromise will be
made, which the men will net accept.
A Fight Willi a Catamount.
The lumbermen en the Little Pine creek,
in Lycoming county, have had evidence
for some time that some wild animal was
prowling around their camp. A
ew nights age Rebert Carsen bet a
heavy steel trap en the bank of the creek,
believing the animal te be a panther.
Day before yesterday he went te
examine the trap. He reached the spot,
but, although he had chained the trip
fast, no signs of it could be found. He
at first thought some one had stolen it,
and was about te return home when he
discovered bunches of hair lying around
en the ground and evidence of a strug
gle in the bushes. lie was looking
around for some traces of the missing
trap, when he was startled by a fearful
howl which proceeded from a tree near
by. He looked up and saw an immense
catamount crouching en a limb. The
next instant the animal sprang at Car Car
eon and alighted en the ground within
two feet of him. Carsen saw that he was
saved from the claws of the ferocious
beast by the fact that his heavy steel
trap was fastened en one of the animal's
hind feet. The catamount instantly
gathered itself for another spring. Car Car
eon had an axe in hs hand, and before
the animal could jump he threw the axe
at it and struck it with such force that
the catamount was knocked several feet
down the hill.
Carsen is a cripple, and knew that it
would lie impossible te get away from the
catamount, notwithstanding it was ham
pered by the trap. He prepared te lLjht
the infuriated animal as' best he could.
The catamount did net give him a mo
ment's time te make up his mind as te
his mode of defense, but rushed at
once back up the hill te the attack.
Carsen picked up a large stone, and when
the animal was almost near enough te him
te seize him with its claws, he knocked it
down again with the stone. Carsen says
the shrieks of the catamount made his
bleed run cold, and, as it seemed
te understand that the trap was pre
venting it from springing upon its en
emy, it snapped and bit furiously at
the iron that held its leg. It hurried te
the attack the third time, when Carseu
dealt it a blew en the head with a stone
forcibly enough te stun it, and then pounc
ed it te death. The catamount Was the
largest one ever killed in the region, and
Carsen firmly believes that he ewes his
life te the fact that the animal was incum
bered by the trap.
Hew a Welsh Preacher Speke Latin.
The following geed story is told of a
minister who at the time was a candidate
for a certain charge in the Lehigh region
near Allentown. : He had been advised
that the display of mere erudition would
help him into the favor of his hearers.
But his education had been neglected, and
it was only by drawing upon his knowl
edge of the Welsh tongue which he
had been taught as a child that he
hoped te properly impress his congiega cengiega congiega
tien. His .scheme worked nicely. At dif
ferent points in his sermon he remarked
that the Latin, or Greek, or Hebrew, as
the case might be, was much mere impres
sive than the English translation, and then
he would give a few sentences of Welsh.
Everything was ' going along smooth
ly, and the minister, as he approached
the end of his sermon, thought he
would give them just one mere taste of the
dead languages. "I am about te it-ad
you," said he, 'another passage en this
subject. But it is another of these pass
ages that have been altered in the transla
tion, and I will read it te you in Chaldaic.
in which it was written." He was just
about te give them a little mere Welsh,.
when,casting his eye ever the congregation,
he saw seated near the deer a jelly-looking
man, who was holding his sides tight
te keep from bursting with laughter. The
minister took in the situation at a glance.
Here was a man in the church who under
stood Welsh, and who was laughing nt the
trick that had been plapcd upon the con
gregation. But net a feature in the
minister's face changed. Fixing his eye
straight upon the laughing man, just as the
congregation thought he was about te give
.them the Chaldaic version, lie said again
ii Welsh : "Fer Ged's sake, my friend,
dec't say a word about this until I have a
chance te talk with you.'" The congie cengie congie
gatien went home satisfied that they had
listened te one of the most learned id ser
mons, the laughing man never told the
story, and the minister was seen settled
ever the church, believing that a clergy
man who could read the scriptures in half
a dozen languages was just the man for
f 1 LAD TIDINGS.
Anyone visltinp my offices will hear con
stantly the same old story, viz: "I've lieun
doctoring for years with various physicians
and am no heller, net cured." And they can
also hear a mere welcome story from my
paticntu, viz: "Under your sini-ile treatment
I inn -n-ey." Over ISO diflicult chronic case
treated during the month of .January, all het het
terer cured se jfara.- heard from.
Jehn Geedman of 314 North Queen street
hecn doctoring I'm i'J years ter Klieumatisin,
dyspepsia and ueuru1-;iu, Jias net had one geed
night's rest for years. Ile.is new sleeping well
anil pains have gene.
.Jacob Painter, 4) Locust street, suffered and
doctored for 12 years. Cured in two w ecks.
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