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LANCASTER DAILt INTELLIGENCER. FRIDAY. APRIL 30. 1880.
Grant be nominated at Chicago the
Democratic party will carry Pennsylvania.
Mr. Ilensel may be wrong, but there is no
doubt that the nomination of General
Grant would give the Democracy in Penn
sylvania a confidence te which it has been
a stranger for years.
Geed Nominations and Geed Sense.
Philadelphia Ledger, Ind.
The two nominations for state officers
a nniiKiirillv trned. Hen. Gcertre A.
Jenks, the nominee for justice of the su
preme court, is an able and thorough
lawyer and au upright and honorable man,
possessing the strong respect of his fellow
citizens of both parties. He represented
the XXVth Pennsylvania district (Arm
strong, Clarien, Jeffersen, Ferest and
Indiana counties) in the national
Heuse of Kepresentatives in Congress
from 1875 te 1877, and was very
highly esteemed in chat body He is
forty-four years of age. Cel. Rebert P.
Dcchcrt, our own townsman, who is the
nominee for auditor general needs no in in in
trodutien here. He is a prominent mem
ber of the junior bar, did his duty faith-
inny as a seiuier uuring me war agamsi
the rebellion, represented Philadelphia
honestly and honorably in the state Senate
te which he was elected from a Republican
district, and served with credit as one of
the assistents te District Attorney Fur
inan Shcppard. He is new colenal of the
veteran Second regiment of state National
Seme of the old-time political sagacity
of the Democratic party was manifestly at
work in the convention.
Praise Frem an tnemy.
Philadelphia Press, Rep.
The ticket nominated by the Democratic
convention is an unexceptionable one as te
character and fitness.
The Harmonious Democracy a Tower.
North American, Kcj.
Whether a victory ler Wallace or Ran
dall, for Tildcn or Hancock, it is evident
that the Democracy de net mean te lese
this state next fall through family quar
rels. It means that the Cincinnati nomi
nee will have the support of the party or
ganization all ever the state, and that
every dibit will be made te secure his elec
tion It is altogether tee
close for comfort.
Music, Recitations and a Lecture.
Notwithstanding the heavy rain storm
that prevailed la.-t evening, the lecture
room of the Moravian church was filled
with a large audience in attendance en the
entertainment given for the benefit of the
Sunday school by the " Reys' Working
Club, "composed of Suuday school schelais.
After a brief introductory address by Rev.
C. 15. Shultz, the " Carnival of Venice "
was admirably sung by Misses Nellie and
Edith Johnsten, with piano accompani
ment by Prof. F. W. Haas. " Lochinvar's
Ride" was recited by Walter Merenzy with
line elocutionary effect, after which Miss
Nellie Johnsten sang the soprano sole,
' Fly Ferth, eh, Gentle Deve." " Sounds
Frem Heme," a violin sole, with organ ac
companiment, was executed in a masterly
maimer by Prof. J. 1$. Kcvinski, after
which Arthur Sullivan's favorite contralto
sole, "Tel! Me Hew te Wee Thee," was
rendered by Miss Edith Johnsten. "The
Sailor Rey's Dream" was recited by Mr.
Merenzy, and the first part of the pro pre
gramme closed with a violin sole, " Trau
nieri," by Prof. Ivevinski. Prof. Haas
played the accompaniments te all the
The second part of the pregramme was
a lecture by Rev. ('. 15. Shultz, his subject
being "Sweden." The reverend orator
entertained his hearers for mere than an
hour by narrating what he saw in that in
teresting country during his late visit te
Europe, describing niauyefthc manncis
and customs of the people se different from
our own, as well as remarkable works of
art and beauty of nature let te be seen
en this side of the Atlantic.
The Schilling Will Case.
Register Edgerly this morning held a
court te hear evidence in the case of the
contested will of Lerenz Schilling who
was killed some time age by falling from
a ladder while engaged in trimming vines.
He left a will in which his wife Jesephine
is named as executrix ; but as she is re
garded as being of unsound mind, two of
decedent's sons-in-law, D. Rapp and
Henry Pimper, filed caveats protesting
against granting letters testamentary te
the widow or of administration te anyone
else te their prejudice. Each of them
apply for letters of administration with the
will attached, and it was te hear the par
ties that the register's court was held
te-day. The register reserved his decision
for the present.
The Wrong Alan.
On Friday we copied a paragraph from
the Alteena Tribune stating that Henry
Hartman and two ether Lancaster! ans had
been arrested at Bell's station as trespass
ers en the railroad cars. Mr. Henry Hart
man drops us a postal te say that he is net
the man ; that at the time of the alleged
arrest lie was in Dayton, Ohie, and knew
nothing about the affair until he saw it
in the paper. Mr. Hartman has probably
been personated by some one else Mho
wanted te conceal his own identity, or
perhaps there are ether Henry Hartmans
An Old Lady Falls Down Stairs.
Mrs. Mary Slean, aged 80 years, met
with a serious accident at the residence of
her son-in-law, James L. Messenkep, Ne.
l.T Middle street, en Wedncsday. She was
in the act of coming down stairs when,
making a misstep at the top of the stair
way, she pitched head-foremost te the bot
tom. Fortunately none of her bones were
broken, but she was se severely bruised
and jammed by the fall that she has been
confined te her room since the accident.
After the perferman of the Troubadours,
in the opera house last evening carpenters
were set te work flooring ever the par
quet for the bail of the employees of the
Penn iron works which take place te-night.
15y neon te-day the work was almost com
pleted and te-morrow morning the flooring
have te be removed again, as Jee Jeffersen
will play "Rip Van Winkle" in the opera
house te-morrow evening. The works is
in the hands of Daniel McLaughlin.
Jehn Rcist, the old man who had the
hat cut from his head by an engine, near
Lancaster Junction, en Friday, is said te
be worth $75,000. That was the second
time he made a narrow escape from being
Te-morrow the Millersville normal
school club will go te Lititz, where they
will play a game with the club of that
Death of Miss Maud A pule.
Miss Maud Apple, youngest daughter of
Rev. Dr. Thes. G. Apple, of Franklin and
Marshall college, died at an early hour this
morning, at the residence of her parents,
en the college campus, in the 13th year of
her age. Miss Apple was an unusually
bright and intelligent girl and beloved
by all who knew her. She was a close
student, took great delight in her studies
in school, and steed among the most meri
torious in her classes. She was in appar
ent geed health until last Sunday, when
she complained of headache and en that
account did net accompany the family te
church. On the return of the family from
church Miss Apple was found te be seriously
ill, from congestion of the brain. She ral
lied for a time, but taking a relapse, grew
rapidly worse, and en Monday became un
conscious and remained in that condition
up te the time of her death. In respect te
her memory the college bell was tolled this
morning at (i o'clock, and the session of
the college was closed immediately after
prayers. Her funeral will take place en
Sunday afternoon, and will be attended by
the faculty and students of the college in a
Lancaster County at the State Convention.
In the resolutions committee of the
Democratic state convention Messrs. Raub
and Wcidler, of this county, voted against
any instructions and against the uuit rule.
In the convention all the Lancaster dele
gates voted against the unit rule, except
Grier, substituted for Wm. 13. Given.- All
except Grier voted for Jenks for supreme
judge ; he voted for Fex. Mr. Grier also
voted with the minority for Herrick for
auditor general ; several of the Lancaster
delegates voted for Playford for elector.
Pending the contest ever the delegates
from the upper district, Mr. Ilensel was
substituted in the convention from the
Lancaster district for Mr. Brubaker ; be
fore the balloting en candidates the sub
stitution was withdrawn and Mr. Bru
baker was in his scat and voted en all
candidates and all questions of principle.
An unusually large number of Lancas
ter ceuntiaus attended the convention, from
sixty te seventy being in Harrisburg en
the first day of its proceedings.
At a meeting of the water committee
held last evening the bids for furnish step
valves and step boxes were opened, and
the work was awarded as fellows :
Te Jeseph Huber Six G-inch outside
screw, plain street step-valves at $20 each ;
and two 4-inch outside screw plain street
valves, at $18 each.
Te A. C. Welchans Twe 4-inch out
side screw plain street step-valves at $18
Te Wm. McLaughlin white pine stop step
boxes, at four cents per square feet.
Only one case of drunkenness before his
honor this morning, and he was sent up
for ten days.
Merry-Making in Falten Opera Heuse.
" The rain didn't keep 'em away." The
large audience assembled at Falten opera
house last evening, despite the fact that
the rain was descending in torrents several
hours prier te the opening of the doers
and continued throughout the evening, was
certainly a very flattering testimony of the
high appreciation in which the famous
organization known as Salsbury's Trouba
dours is held in this community. After
an absence of several years, this sparkling
little company appeared before a Lancaster
audience brighter and better than ever.
It is composed of the following ladies and
gentlemen : Miss Nellie McIIenry, Miss
Helcnc Dingeeu and Messrs. N. Salsbury
Jehn Webster and Jehn Geurley, all of
whom were afforded an opportunity of per
forming their several specialty acts in
the merry bill presented during the
evening, and which opened with
an amusinjr little sketch entitled "Cress
Purposes," that had the effect of putting
the audience in excellent appetite for the
feast that followed. " The Broek " is the
title of a musical extravaganza in which
the company had been extensively billed,
It consists of a melange of mirth-provoking
incidents which are supposed te transpire
at a dinner in the weeds, given by a party
of ladies and gentlemen of the theatrical
profession. The revelers are in over
flowing spirits, which find vent in a con
tinued succession of funny situations,
merry-making and ridiculous mis
haps likely te occur at any well
regulated picnic, together with
no small amount of pretty tunes and melo
dies, taken from popular operas and recent
compositions, blended with recitations and
cemicalities, which the party improvise in
a sort of miniature theatrical perform
ance. Mr. Salsbury's imitations of an En
glish swell, a French barber, a Jew pawn
broker, an Irish "terrier," a "Down East
Yankee " and several ether characters, in
tone of voice and action were true te life
and pleased the audience immensely, while
his impersonation of a tramp describing the
misfortunes that had come upon himself and
his family was intensely realistic. Mr. Jehn
Geurley, is a comedian sui generis, and the
complete metamorphoses he managed te
render in his appearance were scarcely less
remarkable than his actions were irresist
ibly funny. Mr. Webster, tee, gave addi
tional zest te the performance by his
laughable impersonations. Of the ladies
Miss Mel lew V, a dashing little sou seu
brette, f;;.i j. iu'e and animal spirits, a
veritable "little kicker;" her singing,
dancing and general vivacity " took " ex
tremely well with the audience, especially
her rendition of a laughing song, in which
her cachiuiiatieu apparently infected the
audience, and one individual became se
hysterical as te temporarily divide the at
tention of the audience. Miss Helenc
Dingcen, the ether lady of the party,
has a soprano voice of a peculiarly sweet
quality, fine texture and splendid range
and volume. Her rendition of the opening
air of "The Broek," and, later en, the
famous drinking song from the opera of
" Girolle-Giiefla" the cfl'ect of the latter
bcitig enhanced by Miss McIIcnry's
fine contralto wen her the pronounced
laver of the audience. But her best
performance was in the rendi
tion of a marvcleiisly sweet German mel
ody, which brought down the house iu a
storm of applause, te which the young lady
responded with "Rebin Adair," after an
exquisite new arrangement of a favorite
old song, and which increased the en
thusiastic admiration of the audience.
Miss Dingcen is likewise a very clever act
ress. Indeed the performance through
out was without a dull feature and a mere
thoroughly well-pleased audience has sel
dom if ever been assembled in the opera
. O. K. M.
The First Anniversary Lede Talk.
Mr. A. Z. Ringwalt has had published in
pamphlet form the first anniversary long
talk ever delivered before the Improved
Order of Red 3Ien. The orator was Rev.
J. F. Weishampel, new of this city and the
oration was delivered en St. Tammany's
day, May 12, 1807, in Trinity church, Bal
timore. The pamphlet also contains sev
eral interesting reminiscences of the origin
of the order and an account of the death of
its founder ; also a song, dedicated te the
meeting of the Great Council of Pennsyl
NEW AJ VERTISEMENTS.
Eastern bound trains ever the Pennsyl
vania railroad last night were filled with
delegates and ethers, who were returning
from the state convention at Harrisburg.
Five Lancaster policemen, called te the
depot at 12:40 last night, bearded the train
te arrest some heelers who refused te pay
their fare. But they finally came down
and the train moved en.
Rip Van Winkle. Te-morrow evening Jee
Jeffersen, tbe world-renowned actor, will play
'Rip Van Winkle" for the llrst time in this
city for several years, Persons desiring te see
this line performance should reserve their
beats at the opera house, as the audience will
most likely be large. Mr. Jeffersen will be
suppertad by a strong company.
The Ball Te-night. The prospects are that
the ball el the l'enn iron works employees in
the opera house this evening will be one of the
largest ever held in this city. Netwlthstand.
ing the large number of tickets that have been
sold, there will be plenty of room for .specta
tors, who de net wish te dance, and the hall
will likely be crowded-
Theue is great demand for St. Jacob's Oil.
always use SOZODONT and rub it in well. It
gives such pleasant relief from paiched tongue
resulting from sleep, promotes the healthful
secretion of the mouth. It will ee.-t mere
for meat anil such things, but don't be
grudge it. n28-lwdeedJfcw
Having secured ever half a million of Pine
ami Cypress Shingles before the advance in
lumber, I am prepared te sell cheap for cash.
Cypress Shingles are considered superior te
shaved Tine Shingles.
Lumber Dealer, Wrightsville, Pa.
DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET.
FOIt DISTltlCT ATTOl:Xi:V.
B. F. MONTGOMERY.
SENATOR (13th DISTINCT.)
J. 11. DOUGLASS.
(ASSEMBLY (2d DISTKICT.)
.S. C. STEVENSON,
S. P. SHIRK.
(ASSEMltLV (lid DISTKICT.'
It. DAVIS YUXDT,
JACOP. M. HAEXLEX.
ren viuseN iNsrnoTeits.
BARTON M. WINTERS
von roeit diiuxteks.
A. J. SNYDER,
The business revival and new era et pros
perity which is new fairly inaugurated, is in
keeping with the increa-ed health and happi
ness seen all ever tins laud, and is one el the
results obtained from the introduction of
Warner's Safe Kidney and Liver Cure. " The
changes wrought by this remedy," says iter
Dr. Harvey, "seem but little less than mini
Mothers! .Mothers!! mothers!!!
Are you disturbed at night and broken el
your rest by u sick child suffering and crying
with the excruciating pain of cutting teeth?
It se, goat once and get a bottle of MKS. WINS
LOW'S SOOTHING S Yltri. 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 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 j 17-1 yd wM. WAS
Why Wear Plasters.'
"They may relieve, but they can't cure that
lame back, for the kidneys are the trouble and
you want a remedy te act directly en their se
cretions, te purify and restore their healthy
condition. Kidney-Wert has that specilic
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bowels perfectly. Don't wait te get sick, but
get a package te-day, and cure yourself.
Try Lechcr's ltciiewned Cough Syrup.
Feil Threat Diseases and Coughs.
"Brown's Bronchial Troches,'1'' like all ether
really geed things, are frequently imitated,
and purchasers should be careful te obtain the
genuine article prepared by Jehn I. Ilrewn &
Try Lechcr's Renowned Cough Syrup.
Kidney-Wert has proved a most effective
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A simple, pure, harmless remedy, that cures
every time, and prevents disease by keeping
the bleed pure, stomach regular, kidneys and
liver active, is the greatest blessing ever con
ferred upon man. Hep Bitters is that remedy,
and its proprietors arc being blessed by thou
sands who have been saved and cured by it.
Will you try it? See another column.
Try Lechcr's Renowned Cough Syrup.
Beils, pimples, and all bleed diseases are
cured by "Dr. Lindsey's Bleed Searcher."
Sold by all druggists.
Dr. Krownine's C. 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 you will have all
your friends using it It is for Coughs, Colds,
and all troubles et that nature. Get it lrem
your druggist, or send direct te the proprietor,
Dr. Browning, 1117 Arch street, Philadelphia.
Try Lechcr's Ecnewned Cough Syrup.
Dr. Mett's Endorsement or Sjieer's Pert
The following, lrem the celebrated Dr. Mett,
of Xcw Yerk, speaks wonders for Mr Specr's
efforts te raise the Oporto Grape in Xcw
Jersey. The Docter lias spent years in Portu
gal and the wine districts of France, ami
knows what he is talking about :
fi2 Madisen Avenue )
Xew Yerk, April 11. 1878.
Mr. Alfred Sveer. Dear Sir: The visit
which 1 made last year te your Vineyards,
wine-presses and vaults at Passaic, X. J., satis
Ilcsiue thoroughly that the wines manufac
tured by yen are pure and unadulterated, and
the very best that can be offered te the public
for medicinal uses.
Acting upon my laverablc impression at the
time, I have since recommended the Pert,
Wine; mere particularly in my practice, and
am satisfied with marked benelit te my pa
tients. There can be no better proof te the doubting
mind, as te the Wine being made of the linest
Oporto Umpe, than a visit te the acres of land
covered with the vine bearing the luxuriant
fruit. Wishing you success in your praise
I remain respectfully yours.
ALEX It. MOTT, M. I)..
Prof, of Surgery, Bcllevue Hospital Medical
College, &c.. c.
This wine is endorsed by Drs. Atlce and
Davis, and sold by II. E. Slaymaker.
Try Lechcr's -Renowned Cough Syrup.
"Is ttTerea man with soul se dead," who
hath suffered the miseries of a cough or cold,
yet neglected te try "Sellers' Cough Syrup?'
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 ami appli
ances necessary for the production of first-class goods, and put in
chart-re 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 Inte new goods will be kept strictly
separate, and we will guarantee furnishing tbe same geld in the new
goods when se desired. The manufacture of Hair Jewelry will be given
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.
Genuine Hep Bitters are put up in square
paneled, amber-colored bottles, with white
label en one side printed in blacK letters, and
green hop cluster, and en the ethcrsidc yellow
paper with red tatters; revenue stamp ever
the cork. This is the only term in which gen
uine Hep Bitters are put up, and the sole righ
te make, sell and use them is granted te the
Hep Bitters Manufacturing Company of Ro
chester, N. Y., and Terente, Onr., by patents,
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 may be called, are bogus
and unlit for use, and only put up te sell and
cheat the people en the credit and popularity
of Hep Bitters. a'2t! Swd&w
ArrLE. Maud M., daughter of Tliemns G.
ami Emma M. Apple, this morning at tJ o'clock,
aged 12 years ami 11 months.
o'clock p. m.
the house, Sunday next, at!
NE IF Alt VERTISEMENTS.
J TESTATE OF JAMES BOHAN, LATE OF
J the City et Lancaster, deceased. Letters
testamentary en said estate having been
granted te the undersigned, all persons in
debted te said decedent are requested te make
immcdiatcscttlcmcnt,nnd these having claims
or demands against the estate et said decedent
te make known the same without delay te the
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O'CennclI, M. D., faculty et the Philadelphia
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Address Dr. W. H. PARKER, Ne
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The author mar be consulted en all
diseases requiring skill and cxperl- iprr VOtiT Gi
Philadelphia, April 30. Fleur dull and
plenty; Spring scarce and linn; superfine
rt $3 003 5; extra al it 0Ug4 50; Ohie
und Indiana family at $5 flOgt; 12 ; Penn'a
family J5eOG(W; St. Leuis family 5 738fi 50 ;
Minnesota family $5 50jl 12 ; patent and high
grades $6 5O8 0O.
Rye flour at $4 2504 37.
Cornmeal Brandy wiue unchanged.
Wheat firmer : Ne. 2 Western Red $1 1 ;
Penn'a Red $1 25; Amber $1 2512j.
Cern dull for local use ; steamer 5051c ; yel
low packet 52c; uiLed5l51c.
Oats quiet; Ne. 1, 45Jc: Ne. 2, 44e; Ne.
3, 4243c; Ne. 2 mixed 4141i(c.
Bye dull; Western and Pa. Sic.
Previsions quiet; mss perk at $11 25 ; beef
hams $17 50 ; India mess beet $1'J1!) 50 : bacon
smoked shoulders 5"45c; salt 4J44?j;c;
smoked hams 10llc ; pickled hams &'q,lc.
Lard quiet ; city kettle 7i8c; loesebulchers.,
7c ; prime steam 7c.
Butter dull and weak ; creamery extra
272tfc ; Bradford county aud New Yerk extra
24'j2Cc; Western reserve extra at 22g24e;
de geed te choice is24c : Rolls dull ;
Penn'a extra 1820c; Western reserve extra
Eggs firmer ; Penn'a ffgllc; Western lOic.
Cheese firm: New erk factory 14i4c;
Western tull cream. 14c; de for geed, 1213c ;
de halt-skims ll12c.
Petroleum dull; Refined 7!c.
Whisky at$l 10.
Seeds neglected; geed te prime cleverseed
$C 25700; de timethr $2 903 00; de flaxseed
New Yerk market.
Nbw Yerk, April 30. Fleur State and West
ern without change und quiet; superfine state
$l4 50 ; extra de $4 755 CO ; choicede $5 055 20 ;
fancy $525(JO0; rouudjieop Ohie $5 105 75 ;
choicede $5 80C75; superfine western $4(J0g
5 00: common te geed extra de $4 755lu ;
choice dodo $5 757 00; choice white wheat de
-4 805 25; Southern quiet und unchanged;
common te fail extra $5 255 (JO; geed te choice
de $5 l)57 00.
Wheat Spring firm and quiet ; Winter 1
lc better ; Ne. 1 White, Mayl 231 23 ; Ne.
2 Red, spot, $1 28i ; de May $1 2il 27J4 ; de
Cern cash dull and a shade easier ; futures
a tritile better ami quiet ; Mixed western spot,
51i524c : de future 47iS)47C.
Oats steatly ; SUte il&iee ; Western 39
Beef dull and prices unchanged.
Perk firmer ; new mess $1750.
Lard quiet and firm; steam rendered $700.
Whisky dull ; Western $1 0S1 Ot).
Spirits of turpentine dull at 4445c.
Philadelphia. April CO
IZ'eU p. v.
Peimu 6's (third issue).
Philadelphia & Eiie...
United Ces. et N. J
Central Transportation Ce. 50
Pitts , Titusville & Buffalo. 15
Little Schuylkill 55
New Yeuk, April r0.
N. Y. Central ise-v
Adams Express ill
Michigan Central 8:)
Michigan Southern 10
Illinois Central 105
Cleveland & Pittsburgh 113
Chicago & Reck Island 11)0
Pittsburgh & Fert Wayne.. 110
Western Union Tel. Ce 110-M
Teledo & Wabash 3SJ-J
New Jersey Central 70
United States Bends and Sterling Eter lan-'O
(Quotations by II. K. Jamisen & Ce.,
cer. eU ami unestnut Streets).
Philadelphia, Ap ril 30.
United Slates 0's, 1881, ( registered).. Ux
United States 5's, 1881, (registered). .102 Ju
United States 4"'s, 18U1, (registered)108 y.
United States 4's, 1S91, (con pens)... lO '109
United Stntes 4's, 1907. (registered). .10' 10i
United States Currency C's IS 5
Sterling Exchange 4t 64!?9
A M UXEJUJ-.NTS
ULTON OPERA HOUSE.
ONE NIGHT ONLY!
SATUBDAY, MAY 1, : .880,
Ir. Jeseph Jeflfersen
"RIP YAK WDKLE,"
Supported By His Own Company.
ADMISSION, - . 35, 50, rCCts. &1.00
Accevding te Location,
FRIDAY EVENING, APEIL 30, 1880.
"Washington, April 30. Fer the Mid
dle and Seuth Atlantic states, lower lake
region, Tennessee, Ohie valley and East
Gulf states, rising barometer, cooler north
west -winds and clear or partly cloudy
weather, with occasional rains en Jibrth
Carolina coast and in northern New Yerk
and lower lake region.
KKMBLE & CO. WALK OCT OF JAIL
Unexpected Action et tbe Parden Beard A
Unanimous Recommendation of Par Par
eon for the Riet Bill Bribers
Judge Pearson Claimed te
Have Exceeded His
IIakrisbukg, Pa., April 30. The beard
of pardons met this morning, Messrs.
Quay,- Stene and Dtiukel being present.
After a formal application by the
counsel for the prisoners new
serving their term for conviction
of cerniDt solicitation Messrs. Kem-
ble, Crawford, Salter, Pctreff and Rura
berger the beard retired for half an hour
for consultation, and finally recommended
the pardon of all five se far as their im
prisonment is concerned. This does net
include a remission of the fines aud costs
imposed or the disqualification te held
The recommendation is signed by tha
entire beard, notwithstanding the fact that
Palmer was net present, and is substanti
ally as fellows : That the act of 1874 pro
vides for simple imprisonment, and that
there is no law for the imposition
of additional conditions in the sen
tence, such au imprisonment at separ
ate and solitary .confinement with hard
labor. The supreme court have often do de
cided these enlarged .sentences unlawful,
and, by common law, .imprisonment in the
peniteutiaay has beeu regarded infamous.
As these arc offences recently made pun
ishable, and the first convictions under a
new law, the beard rccemmeuyis as above.
C B. JEFFEKSOX..
II. S. TAYLOR
Gala of reserved scats cemmencirs at Open,
house office, e-,i Wednesday merniu tf, April 28.
irAJSTED. EVERYBODY TO ADVKK--
y T tlse, fret! et charge, in the lJtrrKLLiojr; lJtrrKLLiejr;
cer. who wants something te de.
RAOS! ItAliS! RAGS! RAGS "WANTED.
Housekeepers take notice that we arc
paying 3 cents it pound for MIXED RAGS.
Cash paid as seen as delivered te
npr0-3md Xe. 235 West Kine Street.
124 TO 132.
L'alirerni-i Republicans Reject tlix Unit
Rule Oy Almest the Same Vete pA
.San Francisce, April 29. After a brief
rutess te enable the various die-'
trids te select delegates, the convention
rc-afisembied at 8:15 p. m. A discussion
arose vera preposition te amend the re
port ,-of the committee en resolutions,
nndleiiastrucfc the delegation te vote for
Blaine :uxtil his name should be withdrawn
and then te vote as a unit for the choice of
a majority of the California delegation.
After a long debate the amendment was
voted down ayes 122, nees 121. The res
olution wasiluyn adopted unanimously.
Sparks from tlie Wires this Aftcrnoei'.
The French Cluimber of Deputies has
reduced the import n'uty en petroleum.
Isaac Trate, superaitendeut, and Milten
Grimes, an employee X the Reading hard,
ware works, have ucea.ai'rcstcd for assault
ing Henry Mctz, a strildeg meulder, with
intent te kill. The striker arc receiving
aid from Philadelphia amCttuiieeticut and
claim te be able te held out.
The United States Senate te-day resolved
that when it adjourn it be te Wednesday
next, and then resumed consideration e
the calendar, the pending question being
en Mr. Allisen's amendment te direct the
president te appoint two colored cadcti at
large te West Point yearly.
Pleasure Parlies for the Relief or SntTendg
American Officers Honored With
Londen, April 30. Cay tain Petter and
eight officers of the United States ship
Constellation will go te Dublin en the 4th
of May te attend the ball at the Mansion
Heuse te which they were invited some
days age by Lord Mayer Gray. They will
subsequently participate in festivities in
ASTRICO: DUO'S ADVERTISEMENT.
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL KE Re
ceived bv the Finance Committee up te 7
o'clock en Friday cTening. April 30. 1880, for
the making out et the Cltv Tax Duplicate for
18M). Te be endorsed "Proposals for City Tax
Duplicate." and addressed te the i'iiiuncc
Committee. Proposals te he left at the Jlice of
Alderman JJarr, 17 Seuth Duke street.
The committee reserves the right te reject
any er.a!l bids received.
lJv order el the Finance Committee.
a-2)-2td J. K. IJAKK, Cleric
OKFICE SD8QL'KHAKKA Caxal C'OMl'ASV, i
Cor. Lexington ami Davis Street1,
IJaltimeke, April , 18S0. 1
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVKN THAT A
IN General meeting of the Stockholders of
this company will.be held at the office in Balti
more, en Monday, May 10, 1880. between the
hours of 3:30 and 430 p. m for the election of
officers and mauagcrs for the ensuing year.
The transfer boekn will be cle-ed en Saturday,
May 1, and remain closed until after the elec
tion. By order of
apr-SMltd ROBERT D. P.KOWX, Trcas.
OF ABRAHAM SWEIGART,
of K:ist Earl lewnshii). Lancaster
c-eiintv. Ph.. decerned. The undersigned Audi
ter, unneinted te distribute tlse balance re
maining in tbe bands of Elizabeth Swelgart,
administratrix of the said Abraham. Swelgart.
deceased, te and umeug.tlKisu legally entitled
tn fhi'Mitnp. will sit for thai tiurilOiU en SAT
URDAY, the d (lav et MAY. A. D. 18. at 10
o'clock a, m.. In the Library Uoem of the Court
Heuse, in the city of Lancustjr. where all per
sons interested in said distribution may at
tend. CI1AS. I. LA.VDls,
ESTATE OF JACOB ALLISON, LATE OF
Washington borough, Liut-castcr county,
deceased. Letters testamentary en said estatu
having been granted te the undersigned, all
persons indebted te said decedent are reiiest
.ed te make immediate settlement, and these
having claims or demands against the estate
c& saiil decedent, te make known the same te
ithe limli-sii'iicil without delay, residing m
Maner township. I5ENV
T7HTATK OF DAVID flSHER, LATE OF
Jii t...iiw.i... !?;.'iii4rTi lf.r.iMi.l Letters of
Without a doubt furnish the VI VEST IV- 1 ...i.t...,t.-..t-..., ... JZiA it-iti; IniAfii'' been
STKUMEXTS In the Market AVureroeins 320 mm ted te the undersigned, all persons in-
Mertnuuecn street, Munufacte-.-v in the rear. . enhbul thereto are reeue-.ted te make immedi-
- t: ... ... . . . i..i .1..
ate, payment, ami tnese iiavmg -ji.uiu ui ;
uiunus against the same, will present them
without delay ter settlement te tlie underslgn
ed,.residing in Manlieim Borough, Lancaster
County. SUSAXXA FISHER.
Sasi'i. II. Pkice, Attorney. ml7-Gtw
Branch Office, 15 East King S a-eet-
Alex. McKillips, Proprietor.
Alse Agentfnr Lancaster County for
CIUCKERIXU A SON'S Celebrated
A Full Line et Sheet and r ,ther Music, Small 1
Instruments. Violins, Ua jjes. Band Instru- S
U.wm, uv..,unuja mm iiuui i. IlJ-iyl3J61
SEHISO Mu ICMSES.
early every Sewin E Machine agent claims
te have the simplest m aclilne. Frem the pri
vate books of Sewing Machine makers and at
tachment dealers, - fC learn the following
American Mac nine lias 13.1 partd
Davis ' ... i5i 14
Demestic " '."'...'..". 88
Howe " .244 "
Xew Heme 133
Singer . n
White " 134 I.
Wheeler &vnianf,Ke. 8,iias!.'."!"l54
ASSIGNED ESTATE OF HEX KV II. MIL
'LKR and wife, or the borough of Adams
town. Lancaster county. Pa. The undersigned
Auditor, appointed te distribnte the balance
remaining in the hands of .James It. Mercer, as
signee for the benefit of creditors of said Henry
II. Miller and wire, te and among these legally
entitled te the same, will sit for that purpose
oil WEDNESDAY, MAY W, 1880, at 10 o'clock
a. m., in the Library Uoem of the Court Heuse,
in the city of Lancaster, where all persons in
terested in said distribution may attend.
iipriMtw E. 11. YUXDT, Auditor.
ASSIGNED ESTATE OF MECK &
Brether, of West Lampeter township,
Lancaster county. The undersigned Auditor,
appointed te distribute the balance remaining
in the hands of II. IL Deitricn, Assignee, te
and among these legally entitled te the same,
will sit for that purpose en THURSDAY, the
2"Jth day of APRIL, 1880, at 10 o'clock a. m.. In
the Library Roem of the Court Heuse, in the
Mtv et Lancaster, where all persons interested
J in said distribution may attend.
CUAS. it. ikitr.,
E. King SI.
Silk, Plain Hun
die. Pearl In
Ivery and Hern
lace and fringe,
Silk Parasols at
Ladies' a 11 d
of every de
ing Hats. Sail
ors at 19c. Hat.
Shapes 3Uc. Fine
.Milan Hats. line
Itraid Hut h.
in every style.
V Inlets. Daisies.
Plumes at 4.jc.
Fine White Os
trich Plumes at
Lu all Celers,
75 kVr Yard
Black Silk and
Jet Fringes ul
a.;, ixer varru
Elegant Line of
let und Che
id the Newest
A discount of
Xe. 4, all Silk,
le ncrvil. Xe..'.
'.ill Silk, Cc pel
yd. Xe. 7. all
Silk. 7c per vd.
Ne. 'J, all Silk,
!lc ner vd. Ne.
12, all Silk, 12e
Ne. 5, all Pat In
7, all Satin. 13c
per yd. no. .,
all Satin. I7c ner
yd. Ne. 12, all
Satin, I'.ie per
SI L K.I
DUX AM K
ORN AM E
ORN AM E
GROS G RAIN
Frem 3c. per.
yarn 10 cic per
By the Piece.
Frem 10c apiece
LANG UE DOC
IX GREAT VARIETY,
ASTONISHING LOW PRICES.
CALL AT THE
13 E. KiBg Streee, Lancaster, Pa.