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LANCASTER DAIM INTELLIGENCER. WEDNESDAY. MAY 12, 1880.
THE EMPIRE EXCURSION.
A HaU-flandred Lancastrian Off fur
Speaking of the firemen's parade te come
off in Chambersburg te-morrow, the Frank
lin Repository, published in that town,
says: "There will be from eighteen te
twenty companies in line, each one having
a band of music. The town companies
will form by divisions with their guests.
The first one will be known as the
Friendship ; the second, Junier ; third,
Vigilant; feuith, Geed Will; fifth, Hepe;
sixth, Cumbeiland Valley. They will
march ever the route heretofore men
tioned, and will present a pageantry never
before seen in our town. Governer Heyt
will be in the precession and review the
parade. A number of our citizens
are making great preparations te
decorate their residences, and we
may leek forward te seeing the town
attired in her holiday dress, and besides
the glorious old stais and stripes the
flags of all nations will be seen floating
from every available spot throughout the
entire town. The town will evidently be
crowded, as we understand all parts of the
county will be represented. The fellow
ing bands have been engaged by our town
companies : Friendship, Shippensburg ;
Junier, Chambersburg ; Vigilant, Fayettc
villc ; Geed Will, St. Themas ; Hepe,
Mechanicsburg ; Cumberland Valley,
Louden. The Fayettcville band w ill make
their fust appearance en this occasion in
their new uniforms."
Our "Heek and Ladder."
Following is a list of the active membeis
of the Empiroheok and laddcr,ef this city,
who, together with a few honorary mem
bers, left for Chambersburg en the 1 1 :0.1
Sam'l W. Altick, chief maishal ; I. Car
penter, assistant marshal ; II. Demutli.
assistant marshal ; W. J. Fordney, chief
engineer Lancaster fire depai tinent ; J.
K. Metzger, chief ditceter ; T. C.
Wiley, diiecter first distiict; .1.
Levy, jr.. director second distiict.
II. L. Shcnk, A. S. Edwards..!. L. Peiter,
J. W. Reed, Gee. Levy. II. X. Hewell, II.
L. Trout, Jehn Copland, W. C. Arneld, J.
Carter, Herace J. Mai tin, W. Slaymaker,
jr., H. J. Brown, J. C. Martin. F. Dcmuth,
A. Keller, P. Lebzclter, W. 1$. Finney, II.
Il.IIcnscl, E.H. Flinn.J. Snyder, C.Myeis,
D. Winters, A. Flick, J. II. Wiekersham,
Jes. Bewman, Frank Hewell. W. Sliult,
jr., S. C. Miller, E. Amer, II. Carpenter,
J. II. Evans, A. E. Fiantz. J. P. Shirk,
J. A. E. Carpenter, Jes. Kccnan, B. L.
Hess, W. Hendersen, Sam. S. Sprecher.
This morning at the tune appointed the
excursionists, and many of their friends,
rendezvoused at the Empire hall, all excur
sionists being fully equipped and picsent
ing a fine appearance.
Under the directions of Chief Marshal
Altick, and his assistants, the line w.is
formed and matched in the following euler:
City Cei net Band.
Committee of Escei t.
Chief and Assistant Maishals.
Chief Engineer of Fire Department.
Chief and Assistant Dheeteis.
Empiie Fins Company.
Along the route of the parade the side
walks were lined with spectators, Xeith
Duke,E.ist King and Neith Queen sti eet be
ing especially ci ewded. Aniving at the coi
ner of Orange and Shippcn sticets,thc com
pany halted in fient of the lesidence of
Michael Malenc, and the baud houeied
him with a fine seicnade.
Duiing the match te the depot a huge
number of the excursionists weie piescutcd
with beautiful beqttcts by their lady
fiiends. The depot was ci ewded for some
time befeie the train came in, and when
finally the excursionists get abeatd and
the train moved off, they wctc giceted
with loud chceis and waving of handker
chiefs. That all of the boys may have a
pleasant journey, :t geed time and a safe
return is the wish of all the friends thej
have left behind them, and that they will be
thus blessed is presigcd by the gloiieus
weather of te day, the high character of
the Empire, and the well-known hospital!
ty of the people of Chambeisburg.
CJ. c. c.
IlcntilUef a Seatenri Devotion te Art.
Cooking, if net a fine art, certainly is a
f high att, since nothing mere suiely blinds
te man contentment and .joy than an elc-
gatitly set table, supplied with appetizing
dishes. Such happiness and peace fell last
evening te the Gridiron cooking club of
fourteen or theieabeut Lancaster young
ladies and te their gentlemen fiiends who
were assembled, in the spacious
dining room of Frank Shredcr, esq.
Orange and Lime sheets, that they might
discuss the fiuits of the skill of the mem
bers of the club in the ait which they
have made their devotion during
the past winter, throughout which
they have met bi-weekly at each ether's
houses, each bearing her own contribution
te the feast, hut without the aid of any
male taste te pronounce upon their work.
The high degree of skill te which their
enthusiastic labor in the science of cooking
has bieught their deft hands, emboldened
them te make a display of their proficiency
te the men of their acquaintance, te whom
in their exultation they had often
spoken of their splendid dinncis, but
who were wise enough te withheld any en
" thusiastic expression of their faith, in the
expectation that their gentle friends would
be induced te submit their work te the su
preme test of their own critical taste ;
which they were ready te afford out of re
gard te the fair cooks and with an ami.ible
desire te aid them in their laudable ambi
tion te be boss of a cook stove.
Whether en account of their strategy,
or because of the amiability of the ladies,
or through the lee of praise which se
steadily sits cntlueued in the human
breast, or by a combination of all these
moving impulses, it came te pass that the
Gridiron cooking club did invite a number
of gentlemen, equivalent te its own mem
bership, te dine with them last evening at
seven o'clock ; and theie and then
the following bill of fare elegantly
printed in geld en a gilt-edged caid,
three by five iuches in size, and
with the club's monogram in green, led
and geld embossed above the Jfenu, was
laid before the guests as they took their
seats at the long table, beautiful in its
adornments of china and fruit and flowers.
The ladies, being generally students of the
French language, strove te afford an addi addi
iienal evidence of their acquitments in
the verbal description of their dishes. The
rashly inquisitive gentlemen who sought
translations were promptly provided with
them . en demand, and it was with a reaj
sense of satisfaction that the magnanimous
men chose te give their hostesses an op
Is pertunity te display their learning ; though
the suspicion is still freely entertained by
many of the fair that the ignorance exhib
ited was net always assumed ; and maybe
it wasn't. The prudent fellows took their
courses with a knowing leek and re
cognized them without trouble when
they had them en their plates,
where they had a very familiar leek despite
their foreign names. Laudation accem
panied every course. The Reman punch
captivated the masculine fancy at the
outset and put it in'erder for glowing enco
mium ; midway in the banquet the origi
nal impression of the dulcet mixture was
reinforced, but, although, grateful, it was
needless te peisuade the tongues of the
assembled critics te give free voice te the
expression of their satisfaction with all that
was about them and came before them.
The soup and the fish and deviled crabs,
the spring chickens and macaroni, the
beef a la mode, stuffed potatoes, lobster
salad, croquettes and ices, were all found
most excellent, and the midnight ad
jeurnment brought with it te the G. C. C.
a safe conviction that their dinner had
been a grand success. It was .beautifully
served under the caie of Jee Lebar at the
head of the waiters.
ranch u l;i Remafnc.
Consomme de Breuf Clair.
baumeii : Sauce a la Bechamel.
1'uiec de Peiumes de Terre.
Ecrevisses ; I'emiiies du Tcrrc Filtes.
Peulcts Nouveaux Retis.
Macaioni uu Frontage.
Bemf a la Mede I'emmcs de Tcrrc Farcies.
l'tt licit a I.i Romaine.
Mayonnaise de Ketnard.
Ctequctles de Volatile.
Rw de Ve.iu aux Petits Pels.
Mayonnaise de Tomates.
May 11, 1630.
FALLEN FROM OICACE.
The Exploit), or an Erratic Parson In
."Marietta an.l Philadelphia Whisky
and a "Widow Deing the Cause
of the Catastrophe.
The Philadelphia Press of te-day, in an
ai tide of a column length, gives the fol
lowing paiticulars of a matter that has
long been the subject of vague and indefi
nite tumor hereabouts :
A petty civil suit begun last week bcfoie
Magistrate Lennen has been the means of
letting in light en the rather racy career of
a gay young clergyman of the Picsbyterian
Seme ten yeais age Rev. William J. Bri
dells, a young Levite fresh and fragraut
with the true ecclesiastical aroma of a the
ological seminary from whose forcing bed
he had just bloomed, led te the altar a
blushing biide, etc., the daughter of Mar
shall Hall, a wealthy gentleman, who then
resided en Arch street above Fifteenth.
Almest immediately the reverend bride
groom was called te the charge of the
Presbjteiian church atMaiietta, Lancaster
county, Pa. The sequence of the story
will show that the Marietta parson is net
te-day without enemies, but even they
will admit that for the fust five years of
his pastoral labeis in Marietta his life was
without guile. Then the tempter crept
upon him in two shapes, both haid for the
flesh te withstand, "inspiring, bold Jehn
Barleycorn ' and a handsome widow.
His yielding te drink is accounted for by
himself in this wise : Seme four yeais age
hehadasevcic attack of typhoid fever,
and his physician prescribed alcoholic
stimulants, freely administeied. It was
thus, he claims, he acquired the appetite
for daily drains, varied, it appeals, in num
ber after his recovery, just as it is with
wei Idlings, by opportunity sometimes
sometimes by the condition of the purse
Hew he get into the toils el the widow It
is mere difficult te arrive at. But it is
asserted that he was intimate with her
during the last few yeais of his Marietta
pastorate, if net te a sufficient degree te
warrant the use of the adjective "unduly,"
at least enough te cause comment among
the gossips, whose n.ime is legion in Mari
etta, as in all ceuntiy towns. His tippling
was done en the quiet at home. When
special indulgence was required he would
hie him te Philadelphia and enjoy himself
in cempny with a few choice souls where
secrecy was assured.
The Marietta brethtcu growing some
what suspicious, the Rev. Dr. Bridclls
some two jcars age suddenly resigned,
giving as his leasen a paltry salary and his
difficult in collecting it. With a pait of
ten thousand dellats inherited by his wife
ftem a grandparent, the parson, when first
located at Marietta, had built and furnish
ed a house, and this he, upon his depart
ute, sold for $7,000 cash, and another
thousand secured by mortgage. He pock
eted the $7,000 and came with his wife te
Xet long after Rev. Mr. Bridclls was
called te the spiritual charge of the Lehigh
avenue Prcsbytci ian church. He had been
there but a short time when his Marietta
widow, who had followed him as seen as
she could, began weishiping with the
Lehigh avenucites. It was net long before
it was disceveicd that the widow was
bearding en Locust street near Twenty
first and that her pastor was visiting
her very often. This news finally came te
Mrs. Biidells's ears. She had steed the
tippling, but the woman business was
tee much, and she left her husband in the
sole possession of her dwelling, in the
ncighbotheod of the church. Net long
afterward, when he was sitting alone one
morning in his home, laid up with the
ihcumatism, he says,a carnage drove up te
the deer, in which was the wife's sister and
another lady he believes te have been his
wife. The sister-in-law rang the bell, and
en being admitted walked up te the par
son's loom and told him that she had
ceme te take away the fuinituie. "Won't
you even leave me a bed?" he pleaded.
He was net even left a match box. Furni Furni
tuie cars and a ciew of lusty movers
wete in the train et the carriage and
iu a jiffy everything in the house in the
shape of movables was hustled out and
carried away. All these pieceedings were
net unknown te the Presbyterians of Le
high avenue, and they were about begin
ning summary proceedings, with the pur
pose of getting rid of their parson, when
he anticipated them by resigning ; giving
indignantly, as his leasen, that while they
had premised him a thousand dollars a
year salary, he had been attending te the
care of their souls for ever a year, and had
collected, with great strivings, only about
Subsequently, however, his conduct was
brought before the Lancaster presbytery,
charges of immorality, drunkenness and
falsehood being presented against him. He
was convicted en all except that of immor immer
alty, and expelled from the presbytery.
We have an Elegart Assortment of
Every Article Guaranteed te Fit, or
&WE INVITE EXAMINATION.
GIVLEE, BO WEES & HTJKST,
25 East King Street, Lancaster, Pa.
Since then he has been living mere or
less with the widow, their last harboring
place having been with a Mrs. Ella Martin
en Sansom above Ninth, who was the
prosecutor before Magistrate Lennen for
beard bill owing by the widow. She has
gene te Pittsburgh, leaving in pawn with
Mrs. Martin her baggage and effects,
among which is a beautiful afghan which
was presented te the Rev. Mr. Bridells
by the Sunday school of the Lehigh avenue
The ene thousand dollar mortgage en
the Marietta property Bridells has never
been able te dispose of, his wife having get
an injunction ever a year age preventing
him doing se en the ground that it repre
sents her money. She is considering the
propriety of getting a divorce, which her
husband don't want, and he would be rec
onciled with her if he could, as en account
of the death of her father a year or se age
she is new very rich.
Lecture by Dr. H. D. Knight.
Dr. Knight, dentist, read te the micro
scopic society, last night, a valuable paper
en the "Microscope," especially en that
part of optics relating te it.
He explained the philosophy of various
lenses clcaily, and showed the causes of
and cures for spherical and chromatic
aberration. Sir David Brewster proved
mathematically that a paraboleid lens
would correct both these difficulties. Dr.
Knight several years since made a lens of
this shape, which he exhibited te the so
ciety. He dees net think it is perfectly
true, and knows of no one else who has
attempted te make them.
Ne mere interesting paper has been pie
ssntcd te the society as yet, and the black
board illustratiens,cnhanced its value.
A regular conference meeting will be
held next Tuesday evening, at which Mr.
Jehn C. Burrowes will lead a paper et
"Staining and Injecting of Vegetable Tis
sues." Telephone Exchange.
Clutc & Potts are meeting with fair suc
cess in securing membeis for the telephene
exchange, which will be located in the room
above Mr. Bewers's giecery, Centre
square. This enterprise is worthy the
patronage of eveiy business man in the
city. Wires will be run from the central
office te the place of business of each indi
vidual member. When one member de
sires te communicate with another he
notifies the attendant, who connects their
respective wires. This viitually places
them as it were within speaking distance
of each ether, and will save a world of
trouble and prevent the mistakes se often
made by unreliable messengeis. Tele
phone exchanges arc regarded as a great
success wherever they have been adopted,
and we are glad te hear that a sufficient
number of members have aheady been se
cured te render the Lancaster company a
CHILDREN '3 HOME.
Trustees and Lady Managers Elected.
At a meeting held yesterday afternoon,
at the office of Maj. C. M. Hewell, the fol
lowing named trustees and lady managers
were elected te serve for four years :
Tiustees Christian Widmyer, II. E.
Slaymaker, Cel W. L. Peiper, Dr. Jehn
Lady Managers Mrs.Elizabeth R. Gable,
Mrs. Clara Fahnestock, Mrs. Cecelia Pear
sol, Mrs. S. A. Brown, Mrs. A. F. Yeung.
The management of the Heme consists
of sixteen trustees und twenty-four lady
managers, one fourth of whom are elected
annually te serve for four years. The
beard reorganizes annually, and will meet
en Tuesday next at Maj. Hewell's office te
Caledonia Property Damaged.
Incendiary weeds fires have been ravag
ing the hills en the Thad. Stevens Cale
donia furnace property in Adams county.
.The small buildings around Caledonia
were destroyed, and it was only by the ut
most caie and precaution the fire was kept
away from the Graeffensburg hotel. The
less te the Caledonia property alone may
reach $5,000, and perhaps $10,000. The
number of miles of timber destroyed up
te Monday afternoon is estimated at ten
or twelve, and the fire is still making
Frantz Keppel, against whom his wife
made complaint of assault and battery was
befeie Alderman McConemy this morning
for a hearing. The wife was net anxious
te pi ess the suit, and en Frantz giving
bands net te drink any intoxicating liquors
for one year, and paying costs of suit, he
was discharged and husband and wife went
home together reconciled.
A Bonanza for druggists. St. Jacob's Oil.
"Geed Night, Gentle-folks." is the title of a
new quartet, by Will L. Thompson, author
of the quartet "Come Where the Lilies
Bleem," published by W. L. Thompson ft Ce ,
Enst Liverpool, Ohie.
A Stltcn In Time Saves Nine
Is true of old coats, and mouths. When the
former shows the first delect take a "stitch,"
and always keep the mouth right by using
SOZODONT. It costs less for a new coat than
a set of teeth. False teeth are net as pleasant
as natural ones. my9-lwdeedftw
Statistics prove that twenty-nve percent,
of the deaths in our larger cities are caused by
consumption, and when we reflect th.it this
terrible disease In Its worst stage will yield te
a bottle of Lecher's Renowned Cough Syrup,
shall we condemn the sufferers ler their negli
gence, or pity tham for theirjgneranea? Ne
9 East King street.
Try Lecher's Renowned Cough Syrup.
PIECE GOODS new open, in all the Latest
SUITINGS AND TROUSERINGS.
AS LOW AS THE LOWEST.
We desire te call attention te our
In addition te a full stock et the celebrated Rogers Bre.'s goods, we have the exclusive sale
in this city et the electro-plated ware et the Gerliam Manufacturing Company. These arc the
best finished and most durable in the market, and iu recommending them te the trade this
company (whose representations are always reliable) claim ler themthe following merits :
" The base of the Gerliam electro-plate is of nickel silver. The silver-plated wares made upon
this base combine all the excellence of the solid silver goods except the intrinsic value of the
silver itself. Oneef the remarkable features of the process of electro-plating is perlect accu
racy and delicacy with which the finest line of the engraving or chasing traced en the surface
of the nickel bass is reproduced en the surface of the silver coating. Thus all the excellence of
workmanship which has earned for the company its reputation as makers et sterling silver
goods is made tributary te the production of unsurpassed electro-plate. The quantity of pure
silver deposited en the finely finished base exceeds that upon the best of foreign plate. This
ware would be excellent and take a flue polish without a coating et silver, yet upon it is laid a
silver surtace which will If net abused last mere than a generation. The object is te produce
plated ware which shall have all the lieauty of the solid wares. This high grade et ware i un -distinguishable
from work in Sterling silver. Its pattern, ornaments and workmanship ate
made equal te these for which the Company's Sterling Silverware has been se highly com
mended. Te these condition is added the undeflnable air or style which distinguishes the
genuine in everything trem the work et imitators and which naturally transfers Itself from
the Stetling te the plated ware." Tle price et these goods is only a trifle higher than "some of
the Inferior productions.
H. Z. RHOADS & BRO., Jewelers,
Ne. 4 West King Street, Lancaster.
Wall Papers and
In WALL PAPERS we are efreting a Large Line te select from in all grades, and at
Wall Paper and Shades hung at Short Netice. Xa-Estitnates made.
J. B. MARTIN & CO.
Doctors Mar Disacree
as te the best methods and remedies, for the !
cureet constipation and disordered liver and
kidneys. Rut these that have used Kidney Kidney
Wet t agree that th-jt is by far the best medi
cine known. Its action is prompt, thorough
and lusting. Don't take pills, and ether mer-
curials that poison the system, but by using j
Kidney-Wett restore the natural action of all '
Mothers! Itletliers!! Mothers!!:
Arc you distuibed at night and broken el
your rest by a sick child suffering and crying
v. ith the excruciating pain of cutting teeth I
It se, go at once and geta bottle of MRS. WINS
LOW'S SOOl HING SYRUP. Itw ill relieve the
peer little sullerer immediately depend upon
it; there is no mistake about it. T here is neta
mother en earth who has ever used it, who will
net tell you at once that it will regulate the
bowels, anil give rest te the mother, and relief
and health te the child, operating like magic.
It is pel fectly safe te use in all cases, and plcis
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
35 cents a bottle. ni7-lydftwM.W&S
Try Lecher's Renowned Cough Syrup.
Nothing makes a titan, woman or child feel
meaner than a tickling sensation in the threat.
Take " Dr. Sellers' Cough Syrup." 25 cents.
Beils, pimples en face, salt rheum, old sores,
and all cutaneeus eruptions disappear like
magic when "Lindsey's Bleed Searcher" is
Try Lecher's Renowned Cough Syrup.
Genuine Hep Bittcisare put up in square
paneled, timber-colored bottles, with white
label en one side printed in blaclc letters, and
grcan hop cluster, and en the ether side yellow
paper with red letters; revenue stamp ever
the cork. This is the only let m 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, Ont,, by patents,
copyright anil 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 ter use, and only put up te sell and
cheat the people en the ci edit and popularity
of Hep Bitters. a26 2wdftw
Try Lecher's Renowned Cough Syrup.
trem the Old "Salamander" Drug Heuse.
Chicago, 111., Jan. 12, 1890.
Messrs. II. H. Warner fc Ce., Rochester, N. Y. :
Gentlemen: We trust our order will reach
you in season te be promptly filled. The de
mand for your Safe Remedies, especially the
Safe Kidney and Liver Cure, Is continuous and
increasing, and our customers speak in the
highest terms of their value. Several cases et
cures which have come under our observa
tion are complete and most remarkable Very
VAX SCHAACK, STEVENSON &. CO.
Try Lechei's Renowned Cough Syrup.
Vine Culture and Wine Making.
Mr. Alfred Speer, of Passaic, N. J., se long
and favorably known as the wine man et New
Jersey, expects a larger yield of grapes this
j ear than usual, and has reduced the price et
his lour year old Fert se as te biing it within
the reach of the poorer families wlte need a
pure and rich wine for medicinal purposes.
Mr. Sneer's mode et fermenting and keeping
his wine differs from the usual methods. This
is the reason why it is se much superior in
quality ; but it requires four years' manage
ment and change of temperature in order te
make such a perfect fine wine as this is ; the
knowledge of changing te various tempera
tures at different times, and at tlis right time,
is where lie has the advantage of getting se
rich a wine without the use of liquor. Large
quantities of Speer's Pert Grape Wine have
been ordered te Seuth America, and even te
Londen and Paris. Physicians recommend it
as superior te most European w ines. It is
dealt In largely by druggists. Daily Express.
This wine Is endorsed by Drs. Atlee and
Davis, and vAOl. by H. . Slaymaker.
complete line of
LADLES, &c., &c.
Window Shades !
DEMOCRATIC STATE T ICKET.
FOR SUPREME JUDOK.
OIt AUDtTOn OESERAn.
rebeiit p. dechert.
democratic county ticket.
I. L. STEINMETZ.
FOR niSTRICT ATTORNEY.
B. V. MONTGOMERY.
FOR SENATOR (13tll DISTIUCT.)
J. B. DOUGLASS.
POR ASSEMBLY (2d DISTRICT.)
S. C. STEVENSON,
S. P. SHIRK.
FOR ASSEMBLY (.M DISTRICT."
R. DAVIS YUNDT,
JACOB M. HAENLEN.
FOR ntlSON INSPECTORS.
BARTON M. WINTERS
FOR rOOR DIRECTORS.
LANCASTER COUNTV APPOINTMENTS.
DELtOATES TO NATIONAL CONVENTION.
B. J. McGRANN,
W. U. IIENSEL.
C. J. RHOADS.
JAMES G. McSPARKAN.
STATE COMMITTEE MEMBKR3.
M. S. MOORE.
McGuiean sweeny. On May 12. 1S?0, at St.
Marj's church, by Rev. Father Hickey, Mr.
James McGuigau te Miss Martha Sweeny,
both of this city.
SERVICE OF SONG AND PRA1KK, UN-
der the auspices of the Rockland Unde
nominational Sunday Scheel, In the East
Orange street public school buildings, te-morrow
evening, at 7i o'clock. Everybody wel
come. J OST.
XJ Y'esterday, a bUck leather pocket-book,
en Seuth Queen street, near Conestoga. The
tinder will be rewarded by returning the
same te 227 Seuth Queen street. ltd
NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN THAT THE
undersigned has made application ferthe
renewal of certificate Ne. 85.898 for 10 shares of
stock of the Pennsylvania Railroad Cempanv,
Issued te Mary Mulvaney, and dated May 23,
1S72, the same having been lest or destroyed.
JOHN A. COY LE.
JTOlt SALE OR REM.
T IME FOR SALE.
10,000 Bushels at 2 cents per Bushel,
maj 5-4tdeaw&4tw GEO. K. RE ED, Treas.
ANTED A GIRL WHO CAN WASH,
iron and make herself generally useful
in a small family. Geed wages will be paid te
such a person. Apply at the Intellieencek
Tw e very desirable rooms, Ne. 43 North
Queen street, suitable lorphetograph gallery,
formerly occupied by J. S. Saunuan. Apply te
a5-ttd THOS. BAUMUARDNER.
; The second story et Eshleman ft Bath
von's Banking Heuse, at Centre Square, and
also a room en second story, opposite the
Penn'a R. it. Depet, n Chestnut street.
. , te. B-F- ESHLEMAN.
WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAY 12, 1880.
"Washington, May 12: Fer the Middle
States and New England.rising barometer,
northwest and southwest winds, slightly
cooler, clear or partly cloudy weather,
possibly preceded in Xew England by a
slight fall in pressure.
Afternoon Telegram Condensed.
The British admiralty entertain little or
no hope of the safety of the training ship
Bulgarian soldiers have devastated nine
Turkish villages in the district of Aides,
in Eastern Roumelia, killing several men
and outraging women.
Twenty-one hundred and sixty-six Mus
selmans have escaped from Beurgas, in
Eastern Roumelia, and are new encamp,
ed at Achiale.
Henry A. Stocks and Jehn R. Russell,
two farmers living neighbors en the eight
mile prairie, in Williamson county, III.,
quarreled yesterday en the highway, when
Russell shot Stocks, killing him almost
instantly. The quarrel was the result of
bitter feelings which have been blowing
for some time.
Kate Proescy, aged 2G, while suffering
from abei ration of mind, committed sui
cide by jumping from the reef of a hc hc
stery house en East 14th street. Xew
Yerk, this morning. Her crashed and
mangled remains were found en the side
walk. The town of Baumholder, iu the district
of St. Wcndel, Rhenish, Prussia, has been
almost destreyedby fire. Over a thous
and persons are rendered destitute.
Nevada Republicans, in convention at
Austin, have instructed as a unit for
Rebeit MacMillan, cashier of the sus
pended Scranton tiust cenipauy and savings
bank, is missing, with hh accounts $(5,000
The Senate select committee en the
count of presidential vote has abstantial
ly agreed te the fust thicc sections cf Mr.
Morgan's joint rule, but the lcmaining por
tion, includingthe contreverted prevision for
the making and sustaining of objections te
the count of individual names en the lists of
electors was laid ever for consideration to
morrow. A terrihle lite has been raging since 9
o'clock this morning in a bended ware
house in .Berdeaux, France, which belongs
te the Chfnher of Commerce. The build
ing being stored with absinthe, ram, alco
hol and ether combustibles, the fire is
Mr. Tewnscnd has abandoned the case
of Whittaker, the colored "West Point
cadet, net, as he .ays, because he believes
Whittaker guilty, but because his advo
cacy of the case appeared te antagonize
Whittaker's piespccts with the court.
The Western nail association, in session
held at Pittsburgh this morning, decided
en a reduction of card rates te $3.25. It
was also unanimously rc-elved te suspend
operations in the nail mills Ah two weeks,
tcemuicncing en the 17th inst.
TXrANTEH. evi:ki'kidv te ADVEK
V tise, five et charge-, m tins Intelligen
cer, who wauls something te de.
-YirANTKI A 1VII1TE V.IRU TO DO GEN-
eralliouicvterk. Recommendations lc
Aimlv lit Ne. 3S south Oueen stieet,
V -ANTED A SITUATION AT C04CU
f driving, hestleriitsr or common work.
A Pa )I J" at Ne. 22 Den att street.
r ANTED. TWO lNTULLKiENT
YV Yeung ladies. Must be refined. Et
nensat advanml. Best of references required.
1 R. II. RANDOLPH,
in'20-Ctd 12K Netth DeVe Street.
DAUS: RAGS! RAGS! RAGS WANTED.
IV Ilnusi-kneiicrs take notice that .'.c are
I paying 3 cettU a pound for MIXED SAGS.
; Cash paid as oe as "--NNECKE,
apr9-3md Ne. SO We-t King Street.
JTJ1.ULTON OrERA HOUSE.
Ycdncsday and Thursday, Xlaj 12 awl 13.
.MR. JOHN I). MIsHLER, after months of ex,
ten sive preparations and reganllessefexpen-e.
will! present the First Complete Production
fre.it Washington Irving' beautiful legendary
story "Rip Van Winkle." painted expressly
ter .'his pioductien by Mr. Jehn 15. Merati,
see in c at tist. Arch Stieet Theatre.Pliiladelphia.
All New Scenery. All New Costumes. All New
Music. The Eminent Acter,
MB. J. H. KEANE,
In hfcf romantic and picturesque imperson
"RIP VAN WINKLE,"
Supported by a carefullv SELECTED COM
PANY OiT TALENTED ARTISTS.
Scale of Prices: Gallery, 25c. Admission,
35c. Rescxved Seals, 50c AtYecker's.
STATE OF JAMES BOHAN, LATE OF
the Citv of Lancaster, deceased. Letters
testamentary en saici estate naving ueen
granted te the undersigned, till persons in
debted te said decedent are requested te make
immcdiatcsctticmciit,and these having claims
or demands against the estate et said decedent
te make known the same without delay te the
TiTATE OF MARY MULV ANY, LATE OF
Jul the city of Lancaster, deceased. Letters
of administration en said estate having been
granted te the undersigned, till persons in
debted thereto are lequested te make immedi
ate payment, and these having claims or de
mands against tbe .same will present them
without delay ler settlement te the undersign
ed, residing iu the city et Lancaster.
JNO. A. COYLE,
TESTATE OF JAMES W. KIIEY, LATE
Ej of Lancaster City, deceased. Letters of ad
ministration en said estate having been grant
ed te the undersigned, all persons indebted
thetete ate requested te make Immediate p.ij
meut, ami these having claims or demands
against the same will present them without de
lay for settlement te the undersigned, or her
attorney, J. L. Stcimnctz.
J. L. Steinmetr, Att'T. m27-tdeaw
ASSIGNED ESTATE OF MARTIN O.
Stirk and wife, of Earl township, Lancas
ter county. The undersigned auditorappoint auditerappoint auditorappeint
ed te distribute the balance remaining in the
hands of Isaac Stirk and Geerge Lev.in, as
signees by deed of voluntary assignment ler
the benefit et creditors, te and among these
legally entitled le the same, will sit ler that
purpose en WEDNESDAY, the 12th day of
MAY, 18J, at 10 o'clock a. m.. in tne Library
Roem of the Court Heuse, iu the city of Lan
caster, where all persons interested in said dis
tributleu may attend.
WM. R, WILSON,
ESTATE OF .U1BABA1I SWEIGART,
late of East Earl township, Lancaster
county. Pa., deceased. The undersigned Audi
tor, appointed te distribute the balance re
maining in the liands of Elizabeth Sweigart,
administratrix of the said Abraham Seigart,
deceased, te and among these legally entitled
te the same, will sit for that jpurpese en SAT
URDAY, the 22d day et MAY, A. D. 188), at 10
o'clock a. m., iu th e Library Roem of the Court
Heuse, in the city of Lancaster, where all per
sons Interested In. said distribution may at
tend. C1I12. I. LANDIS,
Pnn.ADit.raxt, May 12. Fleur very quiet
superfine 3 0U3S0; extra at $4 004 75; OHIO
and Indiana family at $3 5006 25 ; Penn'a
family 5 37g5 73; St. Leuis family 15 736625 ;
Minnesota famUy $523j33; patent andhigh
grades t6 308 50.
Rye flour at 94 2504 37.
Cornmeal Brandy wine unchanged.
Wheat strong : Ne. 2 Western Red $132: Pa.
Red $13231 33; Amber $1 3301 34.
Cern scarce, firm ; steamer 52c ; yellow 530
:3c; mixed 52033c.
Oats strong and w hite. scarce ; Southern and
Penn'a while 4704. ; Western de 46 ; Western
Rye firm ; Western and Pa. 83c
Previsions dull ; mess perk at 111 50 ;
beef hams 1C 50017 ; India mess beetsi80135O ;
bacon smoked shoulders 5c; salt 404c ;
smoked bams 10011c ; pickled ttams 8a9)4e.
Lard dull ; city kettle Tie ; loose buicnera
gic ; prime steam TJie.
Butter sluggish and weak ; creamery extra
22023c ; Bradford county and New Yerk extra
l21c; Western reserve extra at 17019c;
de geed te choice 1401te : Rolls neglected ;
Penn'a extra 14016c; Western reserve extra
Eggs quiet; Penn'a 10c; Western 10c.
Cheese unsettled and freak: New Yerk
factory 13c; Western tuU cream, 12012)c;
dofergoodlOUllc; de halt-skims 9iuc.
Petroleum dull : Refined 7c
Whisky at$l 10.
Seeds neglected; geed te prime cleverseetl
$C. 50j725;de timothy $3 00; de flaxseed $1 50.
New Xerk Market.
New Yerk, May 12. Fleur State and West
ern without any decided change; very
medemtu expert home trade lu demand ;
superfine statu $4 0u4 85 ; extra de $4 35
04 J0; choice de $4 U505 00; fancy
$5 Oj0U 00; round hoop Ohie $5 0005 75:
choice de $5 8006 75 ; superfine western $4 000
4 5: common te geed extra de $4 350490;
choice dodo $5 0007 UO; choice white wheat de
$4 8505 25; Southern steady and unchanged ;
common te fair extra $5 2505 U) ; geed te choice
de $e 0507 uu.
Cern a simile stronger and quiet ; Mixed
western spot, 4ir151c ; de future 4s;iJ0c.
Oats a shade firmer; State 42048c; Western
Beef dull and prices unchanged.
Perk tinner ; new mesn $175u.
Lard quiet and firm; steam rendered $7 1.
Whisky dull ; Western $1 0801 00.
Spii its of turpentine dull at 41045c,
PHtLADRLVlllA, Ma) 12.
12-.S0 P. M.
Pennab'd (third i.-uc) 107
Philadelphia & Erie 12
ltcadmg ................ i
Lehigh Valley. te
United Ces. et N.J 100
Neithetn Pacific 22JJ
" Pieterted 4J
Northern Central 31
Lehigh Navigation 2Ji
Central Transpoitatien Ce. 48
Pitts , Titusville & Buffalo. 123
LltUe Schuylkill 54
New Yerk, May 12.
N. Y. Central 126
r.ric - -'
Adams Express Ill
Michigan Central 81
Michigan Southern 10.".
Illinois Centtul U3
Cleveland ft Pittsburgh.. ..110
Chicago ft Reck Island 182
PitUbutghft Feil Wayne.. 117
Western Union Tel. Ce lOOJi
Teledo Wabash 33
New Jersiv Centra! G9JJ
United States Bends and SterUng Exchange,
(Quotations by B. K. Jamisen ft Ce., S. W.
Cor. 3d and Chestnut Streets).
PHiLADELrniA, May 12.
United States 6's, 1881, (iegistered)..lea01O6
United Suites 5's, IsSl. (registered). .103 I0J
United States 4M's, Wll, (registeied)lo;?s,01es
United States 4's, lh'JI, (coupons)... lO-t cvW
United States 4's, 1907. (registered). .107le;
United States Currency 6's.
LANCASTER MOUSKIIOLD MARKET.
Cup Cheese, 2 cups
Dutch cheese "jj? lump
Cottage cheese, 2 piecce
Chickens jl pair
Ducks 1 pair
Geese ! piece
Bass ffl ft
1 lice... ............... ........
ou n ..............................
Heiring 1 ilez
Re -j?) bus
Cern f) bus
Outs $) bus
Cleverseed If) bus
' yt B
Timethy Seeed f. bus
Chestnuts f) qt
Shelbarks ) qt
Walnuts f) pk
Apples ?) pk
Bananas t dez
Cranberries ) qt
Cherries, dried, ty qt
Currants, dried, ty ft
Dried Apples ty qt
" Peaches ty qt
Lemens ty Uez
Pine Apples ty plece
Strawberties, ty box.
Asparagus ty bunch
Beets ty bunch
Cabbage fl head
Carrots ty bunch
Cucumbers ty de.c
Green beans "S)peck
" peas ty peck
Horseradish ty piece
Lima ncans ty qt..
Onions ty pk
Potatoes old V l-i pk
" Sweet ty pk
Radishes ty bunch
Soup Beans ty qt
Salsify ty bunch
Tomatoes ty quart
Lettuce, head and plate
Apple Butter ty qt 25c
Cider f) gallon 20025c
Eggs ty dez 12013c
Heney ty it ....20025c
Seap ty lb.. 58e
Sauerkraut ty qt 10012c
Beef SUjak, IP & 12016c
" Roast (rib) ty ft 12016c
" (chuck) ty ft 10&il2e
" Corned, ty B 10012c
" Dried, ty ft 250280
Ham ty ft , 11018c
Lamb ty lb 12020c
Lard ty ft 709c
Mutten f) ft 12016c
Perk ty ft 9010c
Pudding ty ft 8c
Sausage ty ft , 8010c
Sides and Bacen ty ft 7010c
Shoulders ty ft , 7c
Veal Iff 1 lO016e
AUTHORIZED ItY THE COMMON
wealth of Ky., and the fairest in tbe world
20th Popular Monthly Drawing-
COMMONWEALTH DISTRIBUTION CO.
At Macauley's Theatre, in the City of Louis
MONDAY, MAY 31st, 1880.
These Drawings, authorized by act et the
Legislature et 1809, and sustained by all the
courts of Kentucky occur regularly en the last
day of every month (Sundays excepted), and
are supervised by prominent citizens el tb
The management call attention te the granu
opportunity presented of obtaining, for only
$2, any of the fellow lug prizes
1 prize $ 30,000
1 prize 10,000
1 prize 5.000
10 prizes $1,000 each 10,000
20 prizes 500 each lo.euu
100 prizes, $100 each 10,000
200 prizes 50 each lo,euo
600 prizes 20 each 12,000
1000 prizes 10 each 10,000
9 prizes 300 each, approximation prizes 2,700
9 prizes 200 each, " " 1,800
9 prizes 100 each, " " 900
X7uU pnZCn 91UL4UO
Whole tlckels,$2; half tickets. II ; 27 tickets
$50; 55 ticket. $100.
All applications for club rates should be made
te the home office.
Full list or drawing published In Louisville
Courier-Journal and New Yerk Herald and
maded te all ticket-holders. Remit money
by mail or express. Address R. M. Board Beard
MAN. Courier-Journal Building, Leu
lsviUe, Ky., or at S07 and 309 Broadway. New