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Narrow Escape of a Driver.
This afternoon about 1 o'clock an accident
happened at the North Queen street cross
ing of the Pennsylvania railroad that might
have lesulted very seriously, but fortunate
ly did net. The local fricght, te which
engine 10G is attached, was shifting cars a
short distance above the depot.
Tae train had been cut in two,
and the rear portion of it was
below the depot. The last car of the" front
portion of the train was en the north track
just above the North Queen street cross
ing, and Philip Landis's four-herso team,
in charge of a colored driver, was coming
down North Queen street. As the cross
ing was clear and he received no warning
from the railroad watchman he drove
across the track. At that moment the cars
commenced backing and before he could
clear the track struck his wheel horses,
knocking the saddle horse down and
throwing the driver te the ground. Luckily
they fell clear of the track. The wagon
pole, a piece of solid oak, was broken oil'
as if it had beecn a pipe stem. The fallen
horse and driver regained their feet, and
the thoroughly frightened team ran down
North Queen street te Orange, where they
were stepped, the driver hanging bravely te
them. Meantime the freight car went
crashing ever the heavy wagon, the
front wheels of which getting wedged
under the rear end of the car, threw it
from the track, knocked away the rear
truck and threw the car in the direction
of the telegraph tower, but luckily did
net strike it, the engineer being signalled
te step. The car that was thrown from
the track blocked up both tracks for
about an hour.
Just who is te blame for the accident is
net yet known. It is said that Mr. Kautz,
the watchman, beckoned the driver of
the team te cress the track, and that the
engineer backed his train without giving
the usual signal. On the- ether hand it is
said the engineer did give the signal,
and that Mr. Kautz did net tell
the teamster te cress. There was a
careless mistake somewhere that might
have resulted in less of life, and the blame
ought te be fixed where it belongs. The
only less, fortunately, is the injuring of
Mr. Landis's marc, the breaking of his
wagon, and the breaking or the water
tank at the railroad depot.
The accident drew a great crowd of
Men Hurt and WugniiN Smashed.
This morning between 3 and 4 o'clock,
while AI. Frick, butcher, of Millersville,
was coming in te attend the Lancaster
market, his heisc took fright near the
lower end of Seuth Queen street and ran
KJT. When in front of Jehn Franciscus's
saloon, the wagon was upset and Jlr.
Frick was thrown out and somewhat hurt.
The top of the wagon was tern oil, and the
ltinning-gears badly damaged. The hert,e
continued his llight along Seuth Queen
street te IIess's tavern, where he fell and
During its llight Mr. Flick's herse
nearly collided with and ran past a two
mule wagon leaded with tobacco, owned
and in charge of Benjamin Hcisler, of
Providence township. Mr. Hcisler's mules
ale took fright and ran elF, continuing up
North Queen street until the wagon came
in contact with an iron awning-pest in
front of Eichholtz's cutlery store, which
stepped them. Mr. Hcisler was thrown
from the wagon and considerably cut
about the head an. I face.
The wagon had
broken, but the
the hounds and bolster
mules escaped injury.
Yesterday as Themas C. Wiley and wife
were driving en Seuth Queen street, near
Middle, in crossing a gutter one of the
springs of their carriage was broken, ren
dering the vehicle unsafe, and makinsr it
necessary for Mrs. "Wiley te alight and re
turn home afoot.
This morning while Ames Geed was un
loading a lead of tobacco at Fatman &
Ce.'s warehouse, en the Harrisburg pike,
the horses became frightened at a volume
of t.ain escaping from the warehouse and,
wheeling suddenly around, they broke the
tongue and running gears of the wagon.
They were caught before getting away.
Yesterday afternoon as two men whose
names we did net leant were driving near
the corner of Seuth Queen and Middle
street, their horse slipped his bridle. One
of the men jumped out of the wagon te
replace the bridle, but before he could de
se the horse started oil and after running
a sheit distance dashed the wagon
against a hitching pest, which was broken
elF, and then against a large shade tree,
smashing the wagon a geed deal, but net
injuring the man or horse.
LIONS AX THK STAR CLUB.
Telescope Sneclres cope Microscope.
There was a crowded house at the Star
club last night, when the thice greatest
aids te scientific investigation that man
has ever invented were exhibited, and
their structure explained, by Mr. J. D.
Pyott. These are the best instruments
that could be had for the evening. The
telescope belongs te Mr. B. B. Mai tin, en
West Chestnut street. It has an object
glass four and a-half inches in diameter,
and is worth several hundred dollars. The
spsctroscepe was obtained specially from
Philadelphia for use en this occasion. The
microscope, belonging te Dr. Crumbaugh,
i6 the finest binocular instrument in Lan
caster. After the lecture, which was a
clear aud interesting description of the in
struments and their interior arrangements,
illustrated en the blackboard, some very
beautiful specimens of crystallization were
shown in polarized light by Dr. C, a hun
dred or mere persons looking into the mi
croscope during the hour of its exhibition.
It was a most enjoyable meeting te all
present. Music and lively conversation
made the time pass rapidly as each waited
for his or her chance te leek into the wonder-revealing
Anether Watch Presentation.
Te-day the employees of Jehn Dc
llavcn's tobacco warehouse presented te
their efficient foreman, Mr. William
Shubroeks, a very handsomely engraved
silver hunting case watch, (Aug. Rhoads
movement) with a suitablec hain
attached. The presentation, in behalf
of the employees, was made by Mr.
Win. Dellavcn, aud was responded te in
very appropriate words by Mr. Alex. St.
Clair, en behalf of the recipient.
Lewis Reidcnbach, who was arrested
some time age for interfering with the
workmen at the Penn iron company's
works, had a hearing this afternoon before
Alderman McCoueiny, and upon premising
net te go near the mill again or te intei
fore with the employees he was discharged.
Greene County Tobacco.
We have received from Jehn H..Syphers,
of Waynesburg, Greene county, a sample
of tobacco grown by him at his home in
that county in 1878 and 1879. Seme of the
leaves are tine and silky and ethers are
marked by white vein, as was the case with
a geed deal of our Lancaster county to
bacco in 1878. Considering that it was
grown by a farmer who has had but little
experience in tobacco growing and who has
few of the conveniences possessed by Lan
caster cejinty farmers, the sample is a
very fair one. Mr. Syphcrs tells us it was
grown fiem Lancaster county seed, and
that the coming season there will be about
130 acres planted in Greene county. We
knew of no reason why geed tobacco
mij;ht net be grown in Greene county as
well as in Lancaster. The growing and
handling of tobacco, however, is an art
that is acquired only by experience and
geed judgment. We wish the Greene
county tobacco growers abundant success
and shall at all times be pleased te hear
hew they are getting along and what
prices they realize for their crops.
The Ruber Murderers te Hang en May 13.
Governer lleyt yesterday afternoon set
Thursday, May 13, as the day en which
Henry F. Wise, Jesiah Hummel and Israel
Brandt, three of the Raber murderers, are
te be hanged. The application of Hum
mel and liraudt for a commutation of
the death sentence te impiisenment for
life is te be considered by the beard of
pardons at its next meeting in April. Wise
was refused a commutation at the meeting
en Wednesday. There is no hope for any
of the condemned men. The death war
rants will arrive te-day, when the prison
will be informed.
THE VEUNAL EOU1NOX.
Days and Nights of Eqnal Length.
Te day, March 20, the sun cresses the
equator, coming neith.and according tothe
calender the day and night arc new of equal
length. The sun will continue te come
north, apparently until the 20th of June,
the summer solstice, the days growing
gradually longer and the nights shorter
until that time, after which it will appar
ently recede, the days growing shorter,
until the 20th of December, the shortest
day of the year.
Democratic County Committee.
The Democratic county committee
will held a meeting at Shober's hotel,
this city, en Monday, Match 29, at 10 a.
m., te fix a time for the meeting of the
county convention te elect delegates te the
state convention, and te transact such
ether business as the committee may ap
point, or the convention determine. Every
member has been urgently requested te be
present, if possible.
We saw te-day a curious pair of tobacco
leaves which came from the warehouse of
Scner & Krcidcr, at Willow Street. On the
main stem for about six inches there is a
leaf, at the end of it extends two smaller
stems, en each of which is a beautifully
Left for Lancaster.
The Yerk Daily say: that a band of
gipsies, win) have been encamped en the
Yerk and Chaneeferd pike for some tin e
past, have left for Lancaster county.
Celluloid "Watch Cairn.
We were te-day shown by Augustus Kheads
a watch which 1ms cases made et celluloid,
which is new used as a Mib-diiute ter geld and
silver. The cam--, made of this material are
said te be mere durable than any ether.
When taken Irem the watch they clnvjy re
semble a butler diih.
Lecture 77m livening. Tins evening lien.
William Tarpons will deliver a lecture in Ful
ton opera house. His subject will be " Michael
Angele," and it will certainly be a very inter
Mr. Leins IIimcel, of Eat Poesten Kill, X.
'., says: '" I call St. Jacob's Oil the best lini
ment I ever used. It cured me of Rheumatism
a-id pain In the back."
It is Terrible
te have a wife or husband with a had breath.
All this may be avoided by using SOZODONT.
It is most agreeable te the taste, fragrant and
healthful. It confers comfort upon its users,
and prevents the alllictien et unpleasant
Removal et Lancaster G.is Light A Fie
Fanners' and Werkingmens' Hats.
Something New at Aug. Itheads's.
Proposals Fer Collection of Tax.
Fresh Groceries, Ac, at Bursk's.
Sale of Household Furniture.
Ceal at Hussel & Shiilmyer's.
Gru'id Opening at Smuling's.
Meeting et the IT. 15. & L. A.
Estate of Anna M. Wcidler.
New Stock! New Stere!
Spring Goods at Hager's.
Removal of Ceal Ollicc
Lunch at Spangler's.
Try the Cepygraph.
Lunch at Franke's.
Carpets at Shirk's.
dutaiU mm advvrtuih"
" My Hack Aches Se,
and 1 feel miserably," said a hard-working
man." The doctor questioned him and found
that he had been habitually costive ter years,
that new his kidneys were disordered and his
whole sy.-.tein deranged. Kidney-Wert was
recommended and faithfully taken and in a
short time every trouble was removed. The
cleansing and tonic power of this medicine en
the bowels and kidneys is wonderful.
Try Lecher's Cough Syrup.
Urewn's Household Panacea
Is the most effective Pain Destroyer in the
world. Will most surely quicken the bleed
whether taken internally erapplied externally
and thereby mere certainly UELIEVE PAIN,
whether chronic or acute, than any ether pain
alleviator, and it is warranted double the
strength of any similar iireparatlen.
It cures pain in the Side, Hack or ltewcl,
Sere Threat, Khcumntism, Toothache and ALL
ACHES, and is the GREAT RELIEVER OF
PAIN. "IlllOWN'S HOUSEHOLD PANA
CEA " should be in every family. A tcaspoon tcaspeon tcaspoen
lul of the Panacea in a tumbler et het water
(sweetened, if pretcrred), taken at bedtime,
will BREAK UP A COLD. 25 cents a bottle.
Fer sale at II. II. Cochran A Ce' Drug Stere
North Queen street. Lancaster.
Undoubtedly with children. attributed toether
causes, is occasioned by Worms. BROWN'S
VERMIFUGE COMFITS, or Werm Lozenges,
although effectual in destroying worms, can
de no pesible injury te the most delicate child
This valuable combiuatien has been success
fully used by physicians, and leund te be ab
solutely sure in eradicating worms. Twenty
five cents a box. flanlMvd&wTuTh&S
Statistics prove that twenty-five 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 nog neg nog
ligence, or pity thorn for their ignorance T
LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGEKC SATURDAY, MARCH 20. 1880.
AN ELEGANT FIT GUARANTEED.
ALL THE NEW STYLES
IN PLAIN AND FANCY SUITINGS,
NOW OPEN AND HARKED LOW.
NOW IS THE TIME TO MAKE A SELECTION,
BEFORE THE SPRING RUSH BEGINS.
DRESS SUITS, BUSINESS SUITS, PANTALOONS,
MADE AND TRIMMED IN BEST POSSIBLE MANNER.
Plain and Fine Fancy Hosiery, Plain and Fancy Neckwear, Summer Merine
Unlanndried Dress Shirts, all in Fine Assortment.
Use Lecher's Herse ami Cattle Powders.
Frem Ben. Andrew Cornwall,
Ex-Memdkr, ev Legislature, New Yerk State.
Alexandria, Bat, Jun. 3, 1380.
IT. IT. Warner fe Ce. : j
Uests: 1 lmve been troubled with kidney i
difficulty for the last three years, and In Oete-
ber last had a, very severe attack. I then com- !
mcuced taking your Sale Kidney and Liver
Cure and obtained relief at enee. I lure used
two bottles and feel sis well as ever, and I shall
always keep a supply of Warner' Safe Kidney
and Liver euro in the house.
' Dr. Sellers' Cough Syrup" will ensure you
a geed n'ght's lest. It is the beat cough medi
cine in the market. Price 23 cents.
Pure "spices at LecherV Drug Stere.
Fer ah Irritated Threat, Cough or Celd,
"Brown" Bronchial Troches" are offered with
the fullest confidence in their efficacy. They
maintain the geed reputation they have justly
" Mamma, it is time te take that medicine."
The medicine referred te was Dr. Browning's
C. & C. Cordial. With its wenderiul healing
properties it is pleasant te the taste, and chil
dren learn te love it. What is mere desirable
when a child is sick than te have it take medi
cine; uinl where, in many cases, will you tind
mere trouble. Children are very susceptible
te coughs and colds, aud Dr. Browning's C. A
C. Cordial will de mere geed quickly and
thoroughly than any medicine known. Manu
factured and for sale by the proprietor at 1117
Arch street, Philadelphia, and sold by all
druggists. Price only 50c.
Try Lecher's Cough Syrup.
"They cannot all lie," was the observation
et one while reading the endless testimonials
te ' Dr. Lindsey's Meed Searcher." It is in
llalllblc. A Geed Housewife.
The geed housewife, when she is giving her
house its spring renovating, should bear In
mind that the dear inmates of her house are
mere precious than many houses, and that
their systems need cleansing by purifying the
bleed, regulating the stomach and bowels te
prevent nnd cure the diseases aiising from
spiing malaria and miasiiiu, and she must
knew that there is nothing that will de it se
perfectly and surely as Hep Hitters, the purest
and best of medicines, .see ethor column.
m 15-2 wdAw
Sediment or mucus in tl;e urine iiunuiu m m
dicatien of disease. Take Kidney-Wert.
Shay. In this city, March 18, 1830. Jehn
luceb. son of Marcus ami Wilhelmiua Shay,
ugeil 23 years, 2 months and 9 days.
The relatives and friends of the family are
rcspcctlully Invited te attend the funeral from
his parents' residence, Xe. 42 Derwart street,
en Sunday aitcmoen at i o'clock. Interment
at Lancaster cemetery. It
IleeiiL. On the 18th inst., in Ment Jey,
Christian ltuehl, in the -Will j ear of his age.
The relatives and friends et the family are
respectfully invited te attend the funeral from
his late re-iilcnce, Mount Jey, Sunday after
noon, at 1 o'clock. ltd
MOCK TUKTI.K SOUP LUNCH THIS
evening at JehnSpangler's Fulton Opera
Heuse saloon. North Prince etreet. Geed beer
always en tap. ltd
"L'IKE, HFK ANO ACCIDENT.
Insurance at lowest rates. Geed and Reli
able Companies. I1KKK & STAUFFEK,
Beat Estate & Ins. Agtw., 3 N'. Duke St.
he cilice of The Lancaster Gas Liirht
ami r uci ueinpany, nas eeen remeveu xe
Ne. 7, North Queen street, Examiner and Ex
press building. ni20-4td22,2J,27
The Ceal Ofllcc of II. Bauniiiardncr & Ce.
has been removed te
Ne, 7 NOBTH QUEEN STREET,
m20-4td-22,24&27 (Examiner Building).
XMIKi: VOIIKI'KOI'KIITVIS THK HKST
COM PAN lESat
BAUSilAX & BUBNS .
29-tfeedK Office: Ne 10 West Orange St.
CHICK 1CN FKIC AS SJiE AT EDDIE
Frunkc's this evening and excellent beer
en tap, 230 North Prince street. Header come
and try it. It
IOR PURE CALIFORNIA WINES, BICAN-
DIES, Pure Kyc Whiskies and Geed Iteer,
goteUKOUUK WALL'S Southern Exchange
Hetel, Ne. 323 Seuth Queen street. Oysters,
stewad, panned, tried, &c, as desired.
PUIILIC SALE 'OF HOUSEHOLD AND
Kitchen Furnitur.-, at 148 East Vine street,
en TUESDAY AFTERNOON. MARCH 23. at 1
o'clock. MRS. E. E. PATTERSON.
Administratrix 01 the Estate of Anna AI.
PROPOSALS FOR COLLECTION OF TAX.
Sealed proposals for thecollectien of State
and County Tax of the East and West Sections
of the City of Lancaster, Pa., ler 1880, will be
received at the Ceuntv Commissioners' Office
en JIO. DAY, MARCH -"J, 1880, till i o'clock p.
111., the Commissioners reserving the right te
reject any or all bids.
By order of the Commissioners.
m2u,24,'27dj Attest 1. N. S. WILLS, Clerk.
MR. JAMES C. IRVIN, OF LANCASTER
county. Pa., has this day ceased te act us
our agent. We will therefeie net be lesponsi lespensi
ble for any transactions entered into by him
for our ui count.
EMANUEL HOFFMAN & SON,
M'J Water Street, New Yerk,
Packers et Leaf Tobacco.
March 19, 18S0. niSO-lwd
ri'HE FARMERS AND WORKINGMEN
X Will find it te their advantage te buy
their hats, caps, underwear, t-hirts, overalls,
jackets, stockings, notions. &c , as cheap as
ever at RECllTOLD'h,
ltd Ne. 52 North Queen street.
INSTATE OF ANNA M. WEIDLEK,
It lute ei the City et Lancaster, deceased.
Letters et udministiatien en said estate hav
ing been grunted te the undcisigned, all per
sons indebted te said decedent are requested
te make immediate settlcnicut, and these hav
ing claims or demands against the same, will
present them without delay ler settlement te
the uudersigded, residing in Lancaster City.
MRS. E. E. PATTERSON,
J. W. F. Swift. Administratrix.
THE CHEAPEST AND BEST.
A 6IMM.E AND rERFECT METHOD OF PKODDCINO A
KL'MBEK OV COPIES OF ANY WRITINO.
1 have used the Cepygraph ; It works well
and is fully equal te the Lithegraui or any
ether Tiansfcr tablet I have seen.
JAS. H. MARSHALL, P. M.
We have two of your Copy graphs in use.
They work well: are both convenient and
usclul. SAM'L. HESS & SON.
Please send me by express te-night, without
fail, a cepygraph, letter size. The ether one
you sent me works splendidly.
XliEO. REAVER, M. D.
COPYGRAPHS of all sizes for sale by
JOHN C. LONG,
(at Leng's Drug Stere),
nitt-Jtd 12 North Queen street, Laneutar.
A.l i O O Li-.'..
EXAMINATION. WE INVITE EXAMINATION
GIVLEK, BOWEKS & HTJKST,
25 EAST KING STREET.
WATCHES The largest stock and meat varied assortment te be found
In the Interior of the state. We sell all the reliable gTadea of American and
Swiss Watches, and each watch is warranted according te the quality.
JEWELBY 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.er 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 King Street.
SPRING DRESS GOODS!
SPRING DRESS GOODS!
SPRING DRESS GOODS!
HAGER & BROTHER
Are new opening NKW SPRING DRESS JOODS in all the Latest Shade.
NOVELTIES IN FRENCH DRES3 GOODS!
NOVELTIES IN ENGLISH DRESS GOODS!
FULL LINES OF AMERICAN DRESS GCC SDS1
Plain and Luce. IJiintini's
hams and Seersucker. Black Cashmere Silks, in all qualities, Irem 75c. te $1.23 per yard,
ed Silks, new shades. Trimming Silks, Satins and Pekins.
Of beit make, imported in all qualities. Silk Warp, Henriettas, Crepe Cleth and Tamise.
Genuine Kid Gloves from 2 te G button, in Black Celers, Whit. and Opera Shades.
Gloves, 2, 3 and Elastics, Llsle Gloves, Lace Ten. Silk Gleve.-, Black and Celers, 2, S
Elastic. White Goods, Lace Goods, Hosiery and Corsets.
-COX & CO.'S
COR. DUKE AND VINE
The eaeu ter SleiIu at Hand. The Latest
In the City or County of Lancaster, flnely finished
Our ni'ices lower than
city ter the same quality of wert. Alse,
FIRST-CLASS CARRIAGE WORK,
ui uii wesiirns ami DHscrlnt
WOUO." ALL WOIIK GUARANTEED.
X fir ADVERTISEMENTS.
Democratic County Committee.
The Democratic county committee will held
a meeting at Shober' hotel, this city, en 3Ion 3Ien
day, March 29, at 10 a. m., te fix a time for the
meeting of the county convention, te elect
delegates te the state convention and te trans
act such ether business as the cenimttce may
appoint or the convention determine.
Every member Is urgently requested te be
present if possible.
mlMdd&w W. U. HENS EL. Chr.
. The two-story brick dwelling, nine rooms,
and very large let with great quantity aud
variety et trult. Ne. 421 North Prince street,
letmerly the residence et J. B. Amwake. Alse,
the large Frame Shep, with office connected
therewith. Ne. 416 North Market street, for
merly known as " Amwakc's Leck Works."
Kent reasonable. Applv te
BAUSMAN & BURNS,
Insurance and Real Estate Agents.
mar!8-3tdR Office. 10 West Orange Street.
A lice of Merest Te "if!
NEW STOCK. NEW STORE.
NEW AND INCREASED FACILITIES.
By recent Improvement te my Ware Reems
they have been much enlarged and Improved,
and have Just been filled with a New and Com
plete Assortment of Hand Made aud ether
LATEST AND BEST DESIGNS.
1 guarantee all mv work and will make It te
your interest te call.
Repairing and Re-upholstering at short no
ice. Picture Frames made te 01 der, at
I5K EAST KING STREET.
WALTER A. HEINITSH.
They will stand mere wear than either Geld
or Silver, and the cost isbut one-halt" of a Silver
Case, for sale at
13 Bast Kins Street, Lancaster, Fa.
WILL MOVE TO
Ne. 20 EAST KING ST.,
ON APBIL 1st, 1880.
AN ELEG&NT FIT GUARANTEED.
ALL THE NEW STYLES
IN PLAIN AND FANCY SUITINGS.
NOW OPEN AND MARKED LOW.
NOW IS THE TIMETOMAKE A SELECTION,
BEFORE THE SPRING RUSH BEGINS.
DRESS SUITS, BUSINESS SUITS, PANTALOONS,
MADE AND TRIMMED IN BEST POSSIBLE MANNER.
Underwear, Laundried and
Crntnnnitx "hiiit7eu fVinlnn Iinvu
Mil SLEIGH I0R K
STS., LANCASTER, PA.
& MI LEY,
Styles and the Largest Aortnient ei
aud handsomely ornamented. All out Own
anv ether nstaliliqlmmntin th
our Motte "OL'If. WOUK SUSTAINS- Oli:
Geerge Gressman will expose SO Head et
Canada Horses for sale at
BRIMMER'S LIVERY STABLES,
en Monday morning at 10 o'clock. inl3-2td
On TUESDAY, MARCH 23, will be tfeld at
Ne. 317 East Chestnut street a huge let et
household and kitchen furniture siteve-,
tables chairs, bedsteads, carpets, sett! cs. a
large 8 day corner clock, glasq, queens an d tin
ware, and many ether articles net nauiec I.
Sale te commence at '.) a m.
II, SiicnEirr, Auct. 2td
Will remove their Ceal Office. 15 E VST I'vIXG
STREET, te Ne. 22 EAST KING STREET . new
the New Yerk Stere, en or lx-fore AP:IL 1,
where they will be glad te see their old custo
mers. m20-3tt iwtf
Ha- superseded all former efforts In displ aylng
a Choice Line of
Our order has gene out last Fall threiugli a
leading house in New Yerk from their Cata
logue or Samples, and come direct irem t he
Embracing Coloring and Designu excle, sively
our own. Persons tn want of
had bctterplace their orders early te s score
Choice Styles ere the line is broken. Hup licate
styles cannot be hail.
We are displaying them in all their or Iginal
Beauty and splendor, and invite all te c 11 and
examine tliem whether te purchase ernl t,and
be convinced that Lancaster lias one
having Nerve and Pluck te pitch in and handle
the latest Novelties; for MEN'S WEAR.
J. K. SMALING,
121 NORTH QUEEN; STREET.
in mm fek
SATURDAY EVEN'O, MARCH 20, 1880.
Washington, March 20. Fer the Mid Mid
dle Atlantic states, partly cloudy weather
in northern portions, with occasional light
&new and westerly winds, veerinjj te colder
northwesterly, and higher barometer.
Gov. McClellan's Health.
Trenten, X. J., March 20. Governer
McClellan has net been seriously ill and
was out riding this morning.
The Piane Manufacturers Weakening.
Jhew Iebk, .March 20. lhe uncon
ditional premise of Haines Brethers te re
open their factory en Monday next te re
store their seventy-five or mere locked out
men te their places caused considerable
excitement among the piano makers this
Sentenced te Lire Imprisonment.
Rockland, Me., March 20. Hannah
Thorndike, convicted in December, 1873,
of killing Henera Sullivan, the law court
having overruled the exceptions, was to
day sentenced te state prison for life.
An Old Man Killed by the Cars.
Philadelphia, Mar. 20. Jas. McGlynn,
aed sixty-seven years, was mil ever and
killed at 7:30 this morning by coal cars of
the Philadelphia and Reading lailread at
Memphis s-tieet, Richmond.
The Pittsburgh Iren Puddlers.
PiTTSBunc.n, Pa., .March 20. In the dis
cussion of the strike of iron puddlers in
East Pittsburgh the manufactiucrs have
been misrepresented. The price paid heie
is 37.25 per ten per sliding scale.
FLAMES IN THE FACTOKY.
Cotten Waste Mill In Philadelphia IturuciL
Philadelphia, March 20. A fire oc
curred this morning in the cotton waste
factory of Jehn Blakcley, Diliwyn htreet.
The less en the stock and fixtures is esti
mated at $10,000 and m the building $2,-
Fire in it Factory.
Pbevidexce, R. I., March 20. A. fire
last night in the card room of Tinkham &
Farwell's woolen mill in Ilarrisville, was
seen suppressed by a sprinkler and a force
pump, but the less is estimated at $23,
000 te $30,000 ; fully insured.
Woolen Mill Burned.
Cincinnati, March 20. The woolen
factory of Jeseph Lawrence. Ohie street.
Marietta, Ohie, was burned yesterday.
Less, $13,000; insunmc, $11,003, distrib
uted among five Ohie companies.
Treasury Transaction or the Week.
Washington, D. C, March 20. The
treasury new holds $300,200,000 hotels te
secure national bank circulation.
The bends deposited for circulation for
the week amount te $1,500,000.
Amount withdiawn, $1CO,000.
National bank circulation outstanding :
Currency notes, $310,722,000 ; geld notes,
Revenue, $340,000; customs $333,000;
kink note.-, $123,000. Total for week
THE JEKSEY fellOKE MUItDLU.
A CevtMicr'ii Jury Finds the Wife of the Vic-
Ixui te Have I teen Accessory te
Ji:k5Et:3iiei:e, Pa., March 20. The in
quest in the case of Andrew Miller, who
was yesterday mewing found hanging en
a beam in his bjirn, with his head crushed
in, has just been concluded. The jury
found that Miller came te his death at the
hands of Geerge Smith, and that Mrs. Mil
ler, the wife of the deceased, was accessory
both befere and after the crime. Smith
and Mrs. Miller have already been ar
rested. CuU.iIIIU-i DELANO'S AS-SAILaNT.
A Verdict Agnlnnt tlie Man Who Caned the
Ex-Secrt:iry of the Interior.
Washington, March 20. Tlie jury in
the case of Judge Jehn W. Wright, charg
ed witlt making an assault en Hen. Col
umbus Delane, ex-secretary of the interior
in October, 1877, wife intent te kill, after
being out since yestecday at 2:.15 p. m.,
came into court this merutsg and rendered
a verdict of assault and battej v.
The University IJeat Rit.ce Postpenod
Londen, ilariih 20. The university
beat race has been postponed untiL 10:30
Monday morning en account of the fog that
prevailed at the time bet for the race this
morning. A great crowd had gathered
along the river te wituesx the ccpccteil
The Troubled Waters.
The packet Arkansas reached Dubuqite
en Thin bday from St. Leuis, mnkiig the
first trip of the season en the Upptp Mis
sissippi. She was cloven days maki.ng the
trip, being delayed four days by iee r.ud
The Tennessee river is greatly swollen by
the recent rains, and passengers .(in the
Memphis and Louisville lailread iiive te
be transfer! vd at Danville, owing te the
flooding of the track. A rise of t en feet
must occur, however, te de any berieus
The steamer Maria Louisa, from :5hreve :5hreve
pert for New Orleans, with 1,537 b ales of
cotton, was sunk by a snag, near the
mouth of Red river, en Thursday morning.
It is expected that the cotton will l ? wived
in a damaged condition. The ve sel and
cargo were valued at $100,000.
I'HiLAOELrniA, March 20. Fleur dull and
weak; superfine $IOOrJ4M): extra, te OUgO JO ;
Ohie and Indiana familv $0 37(5 87 : i'ciin'a
family t2."i 62: St. LeuW family $S 75700;
Minnesota family $5 756 62 ; patent mad high
Rye flour 4 755 00.
Cern meal Brandy wine unchanged.
Wheat firm; Ne. 2 Western Bed 14t; Pa.
de $1 4.l 44 ; Amber $1 U 43.
Cern steady ; steamer 54.c; yellow 06c;
Oati- dull ami easier : Ne. 1 4930c; Ne. 2
48U40c; Ne. 2 mixed 47c.
Rye quiet ; Western aOc ; Pa. 90c.
Previsions dull ; mi s perk $12 5WJ12 75: bept
hums tli 50I8 0U; India mess heel rJ5020;
bacon smoked shoulders i35jc : sail de y
smoked hams 9)t0c; pickled hauia
Lara quiet; city kettle 7c; loee ii ateliers
7c : prime steam 7c.
Butter fairly active, linn; creamery extra
:15?j37c: I'.raUterd ceuntv aud New Yerk extra
new 3133c : de fall 2830c ; Western reserve
extra at 28 3 30c ; de geed 10 choice 2t27c :
rolls firm unci scarce: Penn'a extra 23&.2.'c;
western reserve extra 2527c.
Eggs dull ; Penn'a" 12c; Western 12c.
Cheese quiet: N. . factory 14ii14ic:
"estem full cream 1414c ; de for geed lbJQ
13 ; de halt-skims 12313c.
Petroleum dull ; Refined 7c.
Whlskv ntl 10.
Seeds quiet; geed te prime cleverteed
$773: de timothy $3153 25; de flaxseed
1801 (wand scarce.
New Yerk .Uurkex.
New TORK, March 23. Fleur-Slate unit West
ern rather dull; superfine stale i70g'515;
extra de $5 25 550; choice de $5 55Sgk;Iancyde
$610Q700; round hoop Ohie $5(i56 00; cheic
de 0537 50; superfine western 705 10
common te geed extra de S 9(9580 ; choice
dodo 6 CS08 00; choice white wheat de 385
6 SO; Southern dull and steady: common te
fair extra 3 7iQ6 30; geed te choice de ft 40
Wheat-Spring quiet and firm ; Winter ie
better, fairly active ; Ne. 2 Northwestern April
$1 3 ; Se. 1 White April SlttJifil 41 ; Ne. 2 Bed,
April $1 43S1 45 de Mayfl 426)1 43.
Cern firm aud quiet ; Mixed Western spot
3Xc : de future 52&37c.
Outs a shade firmer: Ne. 2 for April 44c;
State Wtimic; Weateru 434Sc.
PHttADW-riiiA, Mar. )
1S3U r. M .
Peimati's (third issue) 10&
Philadelphia ft Erie 17
Lehigh Valley. Si
United Ces. of N.J HJU"
Northern Pacidc 32
" Prelerred Hk
Northern Central $
Lehigh Navigation :t7V,
Central Transportation Ce. i
Pitts., Tit us vi lie & Builule. la
Little Schuylkill M
Nkw Iekk liar. "JU.
N. Y. Central 12!
Adams Express lia'.
Michigan Central Vi
Michigan Southern 10 J
Illinois Central lfl
Cleveland A Pittsburgh.. ..llej
Chicago A Recklslnnd ll7
Pittsburgh A Fert Waync.Il'H
Western Union Tel. Ce Itji
Teledo A Wabash 44a
New .IcrsAV Central NJ
United States Bends anil Sterling Kxaliaua
((Quotations by It. K. Jamisen A Ce., S. W.
Cor. 3d aud Chestnut Streets).
PiiiLAiELriii., Mar. "A).
United States 6's, 19SI, (registered). .I0.v1ift'
iMilteti states sTs, iwi. (regtiiereil)..ia: wlW,
United States Currency B's.
LANCASTKIl HOUSEHOLD MAUliKT.
Buttcl 3? "fi30
Cup cheese, '2 cups &e
Dutch cheese t lump Slue
Cottage cheese, 2 pieces 5e
Chickens fl pair JTiUCbc
Ducks 39 pair .SOjjWc
Turkeys)) lb dressed le
Ueese fl piece tS0c41
Bass W ft ICe
Cattish ft l-c
r.els ft id.. ............ .....luc
Oysters ? 100 S0cg$3
Wheat p bus $1.401.SQ
Cern tR bus 6570e
Oats 'ft bus UiiiuUM;
Clevcrseed J? bus 5.000.(W
fl ft Italic
Timethy Seeed V bus ieS-iiHSM
Apple Butter ft l '-,c
Cider Wptllen .l)a)i"K)
Eggs ?t dez l'-iftllc
Heney g ft "Ju-ilc
Seap fy fl 5(ijH:
Snuer kraut V 1' 101'Jc
Apples f? i pk auSSie
Bananas $ piece 'c
Cranberries $) qt 13c
Cherries, dried, $) t lJe
Currants, dried, V tt -e
Dried Apples f) (t 5.Jc
" Peaches f ijt ! ivv
Lemens fi dez 23C0c
Oranges V dez : ....IjujOOj
Beets J bunch ....3c
Cabbage ft head iSt'A'
Carrots 1 bunch 35c
Horseradish J piece "jcdSe
Lima beans ft it I.'ig-.Sie
Onions f? pk v5e
Potatoes ft J pk lOjlSc
" Sweet fl JJpk rjgtrMc
Soup Beans ft qt C
Salslly fl bunch Ice
Turnies, $ pk j&sc
Chestnuts ft t luc
ShelbaiKsfl qt , 6e
Walnuts flJipk 10fel2c
Beef Steak, ft ft ,....'. 12K?l6e
' Roast (rib) fl ft 12eltie
(chuck) fl ft VmUif
' Corned, ft ft 1012e
" Dried, fl P 'IZiu'e
Lamb fl ft 1230e
Lard fl ft 7&iK:
Mutten ft ft 124410c
Perk fl ft HijilOc
Pudding ft ft 8e
Sausage f ft KlOc
Sides and Bacen ft ft 810c
Shoulders fl ft 7c
Veal 3t ft. .... .......... ............lQfdlGc
XEH AltVERTISEMI STS.
TllK ltKCSULAU MONTHLY MEKT1NO
Of the Union Building and Lean Associa
tion, will be held en MONDAY evening ut 7
o'clock. A. II. BALL,
T A two-story brick dwelling, "Mill a let of
ground, containing six room "and kilcln n,
situated en Mary street, between West Kini'
and Orange HtieeN. Terms easy. Will 1,6 sold
at a bargain if applied for seen.
ltd Ne. 19 East King. Street.
1AKPKTS! CARPETS!! CAKPKT.S!!!
H. S. SHIRK'S
202 WEST KING STREET.
Has en hand ever 20.00O YAKDS OF CAR
PET, Bedy and 'Iapct.try Brussels with Bor
ders te match. Alse. Venltian Hall aud Stair
Carpets, Extra Three-Ply and Superfine In
grain Carpets, which were all bought from the
manufacturer belere the great advance Jn
price, and which he offers at the Lewest Liv
ing Prices. Ale, a Larger Stock than ever of
Bag anil Chain Carpet-, which he is prepared
te sell at prit s which defy competition. On
hand a Lurge Meck of Oil Cleths, all widths.
Counterpanes and Blankets et all kinds and
Celer. Carpets made te order at short notice
for parties who find their own Rags, guaran
teeing perfect katlsfactlen. (jive us 11 trial, at
20? WEST KINO STKKKT.
rrXY THE FAI1NKSTOCK
, FARINA FLOUR.
A Very Superior Article, nt
L Always Fr-eb Roasted, at
ICllNKU'.S EXCELSIOR UA3IS,
4 FULL LINE OF
CANNED FRUITS AND VEGETABLES,
SUUMAKEK'S AKPON OAT Mr.AL,
ALWAYS FICES1I, AT
ELF-ICAIMING BUCKWHEAT AND
GRIDDLE CAKE FLOUR, at
D. S. BUUSK'S,
'. 17 EAST KINK STREET.
Everybody te advertise, free of clnirgfc,
in the Iktblliexmcsu, who wants something
A respectable girl for general house
work. German girl preferred. Geed wages.
Tremont Heuse, 157 North Queen Street.
tV An Experienced Cutter of Men's and
Beys' Clothing. A pernrinent position and
geed salary te a first-class man. Address
ml9-3td Lancaster P. O.
WANTED TO BORROW S2.200 en FIRST
Mortgage, or $I,20U en second mortgage
security wertli twice the amount and geed
collateral, six per cent. Interest promptly paid
and safe permanent Investment. Address
Jtd " B., IXTKLLIUBXCn Uvrxck."