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LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER. FRIDAY. MAT 14, 1880.
tbe beard of visitors, presented te each of
the graduates tbe customary testimonial
and recommendation for licensure, accom
panying tbe presentation with a brief and
appropriate address, and the audience was
dismissed with prayer, doxology and bene
diction. Tbe several essays, of which tbe above
abstracts comprise very iir.perfectsynepses,
evinced rare scholarship and logical
thought. The graduates all give encour
aging nromise of efficient pulpit work,
Learning and eloquence distinguished tbe
efforts, and the course of these young men
in the important field of labor en which
the new enter with such bright prospects
will be followed with solicitude by the
m:my friends in this city with whom they
have been mere or less closely associated
during the period in which they pursued
their studies in college and seminary.
TBE EMPIRE AT CHAMBERSBUBG.
CAUGHT IN THE ACT.
.Telm Frank ferd'tt Attempt te Break Jail.
Jehn Fraukferd, who is new serving a
term of nineteen years' imprisonment in
the Lancaster county prison, was detected
yesterday, about neon, in attempting te
break jail. Under-keepcr Murr heard a
noise, which he thought resembled that
made by a person filing iron. He first
examined the cell adjoining Frankford's,
and finding everything right therein, next
.nt te Frankford's cell, Ne. 7, en the
lower range of cells. As he reached the
deer Fraukferd arose from the lloer and
pleasantly addressed him. Mr. Murr at
once sent for one of the watchmen, and the
two together entcied the cell and made an
examination. The cell is iron-clad, ce
mented in one of the walk, but near the
lloer is a register connecting with the fur
nace in the basement. This register is net
large enough te admit a human body, and
Frankford's plan was te enlarge the hole
by the sawing away a piece of the iron plate
adjoining it. This he was doing when
discovered with a saw made out of an old
steel table knife, evidently furnished him
by an outside accomplice. He had se
nearly completed the job that he only had
about two inches mere sawing te de te
have enabled him te remove the plate. He
could then have easily reached the base
ment, through the opening, and escaped te
the yard, and then ever the wall, as was
done by Armisted and some ether prison
ers. Fraukferd was at once removed te
an iron-clad cell en the second story, but
as he has said he can escape from any jail
in the country, and as he has indeed es
caped from several of them, a sharp watch
will have te be keps en him, or he will yet
make geed his beast.
Events Acress tli County I.inei.
William Preston, of Kennett Square,
Chester county, recently traveled eighteen
miles en a bicycle.
Messrs. Hoepcs, Bre. & Darlington, of
West Chester, will give a fine exhibit at
the international exhibition at Melbourne,
Australia, of spokes, wheels, hubs, etc.
Hugh Burgess, esq., of Spring City,
Chester county, has recently erected and
put in operation a large mill en the prop
erty of M. Pcnnypacker, at Mesesvillc,
near Chester Springs, for the manufacture
Trcdyflrin township, Chester county,
suffers from the nightly visits of robbers,
some five different houses within its
linrdcis having been operated en within
the past week.
On Tuesday last, an overhead bridge en
the Pennsylvania railroad, one mile west
of Glenloch, East Whiteland township,
Chester county, caught fire from an east
bound freight engine and was totally
Recently, while making improvements in
the back building of the Lafayette heuse,
en Seuth Geerge street, a let of walnuts
were found under the fleer, wrapped up in
paper which was endorsed Christmas, 1820,
which makes them nearly GO years old.
They were well preserved, appearing as
fresh as walnuts of last years's growth.
The Mellert'iren company, of Reading,
notified their employees this week that a
reduction of 10 per cent, would be made in
their wages, commencing en May 17 next.
The men, in return, have informed the
company that they will quit work en the
dale named, at which time they want their
wages due. They intend te seek work at
ether places where the pay is mere remun
erative. James Campbell, of Lewer Chanccferd
township, Yerk count', died suddenly en
Tuesday evening. He seemed in his usual
geed health during the day, and about live
o'clock sat down te cat his supper, when
his head fell forward upon his breast, and
in an instant the vital spark had lied. Mr.
Campbell was born October 23, 1799, and
was consequently in the 81st year of his
age. He was the father of Hen. William
Their Part In the Firemen' Parade; There.
The parade of the Cumberland Valley
firemen in Chambersburg yesterday was
all that its sanguine management expected
for it. The town put en a holiday garb
and the country turned iu tewitness the
spectacle. During the whole day the
streets were thronged with people, but tbe
best of order prevailed. Though until
nearly midnight marching companies, sere
nading bauds and departing guests made
the town lively, there was very little
drunkenness, or any ether kind of disorder
The special occasion of the display was
the centennial anniversary of the Friend.
ship company and te make it a success
every town in the Cumberland Valley con
tributed representatives of firemen and
citizens. Harrisbunr. Carlisle. Haircrs-
town, Shippeiibburg and iiartinsburg, be
sides Lancaster, Norristown and Frederick
Md., had companies and bands of music
in the line, which was made up of six
divisions, including some eighteen compa
nies and nearly as many bands and drum
As a whole, it was one of the cleanest,
neatest and most gentlemanly bodies of
urcmen ever seen m line. About one
thousand equipped men paraded. Their
uniforms, apparatus and style of marching
were such as te excite most favorable com
ment all along the line. Governer neyt
rode in an open barouche in the hook
and ladder division and review
ed the parade in the square. The
Lancaster boys marched admirably and
presented a strikingly handsome appear
ance. Their truck was bv all odds the
finest machine in line ; Clcmmcns's band
carried oil the honors of the day and the
Empire was the,' favorite company. Clayt.
Myers, Jehn Copland, Ferd. Dcinuth and
Abe Keller formed the advance file and
created great merriment by the "solid
front" they presented. One old fellow
who came te town said, " 1 vas much dis
appointed dat de guvner made no speech,
aber I sees von sing I never sees dem four
Lancaster mens vat veighed a ten."
The line of march measured about four
miles and after its end was i cached the
different companies made short street
Last evening about twenty of the Lan
caster, boys with brooms, tin horns, wins
ties and toy druins,inarshalled by "Budd"
Metzger, en a white horse, made a bur
lesque precession ever the town.te the great
delight of its citizens.
This morning they visited the reservoir
and water works, saw a trial of the Fred
erick company's steamer, and of the pres.
sure of the local water works en the lire
plugs, enabling the Chambersburg people
te threw ever their highest builduiu's with
out an engine.
Three or four of the local companies
had elegant spreads last night in the pub
lic halls, te all of which the Empire were
invited, and which they acknowledged by
visiting tirst one then the ethcriu a body.
uiucriaiumcnE nas iiccn lncxiiausli-
Reg. P. VM were laid before the beard,
and en motion of Mr. Stevenson the chil
dren were recommended as proper persons
for education and maintenance under the
previsions of the law en tbe subject.
The secretary reported salaries all paid
for tbe month ending April 16. After
granting a number of orders the beard adjourned.
Condensed from the Recerd.
Martin S. Greff had a part of one of his
fingers sawed off Wednesday by thought
lessly placing it against a circular saw in
the planing mill of Seaber & Grube.
Herace Eschbach was thrown from a
wagon en Tuesday by the running away
of his horse, and the wagon was badly
There was a "screw loose" in the com"
binatien lock of the Litiz national bank en
Friday last, and the officers had te send te
Philadelphia for a lock-maker before they
could get it opened.
On Wednesday Abraham Hcrshey was
severely bitten in the hand and leg by a
vicious deg, which he kept chained en the
farm of Henry Longenecker, near Litiz.
Mr. Ilershey went up te the deg te pat it
en the head and was fiercely attacked
Walker Gcitner has left Lititz for the
far West, his destination being Colerado.
Harry C. Hull, will seen leave for Omaha,
Neb., as a civil engineer en the line of the
Union Pacific railroad.
On Monday evening as Harry Beutz and
wife, of Brunuerville, were returning from
Lancaster they wrre accosted near New
Haven by two supposed highwaymen, who
ordered them te "held up," and attempted
te seize the bridle of their horse, but Mr.
Bentz applied the whip and escaped.
William Ranck, near Litiz, fell under a
four-horse team and one of the front
wheels passed ever his body, breaking
three ribs en his right side and two en the
left, dislocating his shoulder joint and in
flicting Revere internal injuries. He is
new lying in a dangerous condition.
We desire te call attention te our complete line of
ASTRICH. SSOS ADVERTISEMENT.
LADLES, &c., &c.
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 el the Gerliam Manufacturing Company. These are the
best finished and most durable in the market, and in recommending them te the trade this
company (whose representations are always reliable) claim ler them the following merits :
iii base or the Gerham 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. One of the remarkable features of the process of electro-plating Is perfect accu
racy and delicacy with which the finest line of the engraving or chasing traced en the surface
of the nickel base is reproduced en the surface of the silver coating. Thus all the excellence of
workmanship which has earned for the company iu 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 fine polish without a coating et silver, yet upon it is laid a
silver suriace which will if net abused last mere than a generation. The object is te produce
plated ware which shall have all the beauty of the solid wares. This high grade et ware is un
distingulshable from work in Sterling silver. Its pattern, ornaments and workmanship are
made equal te these for which the Company's Sterling Silverware has been se highly com
mended. Te these conditions is added the undetlnable air or style which distinguishes the
genuine in everything lrem the work et imitators and which naturally transfers itself from
the Sterling te the plated ware." The price et these goods is only a trifle higher thaneme of
ilie inferior productions.
H. Z. RHOADS & BRO., Jewelers,
Ne. 4 "West King Street, Lancaster.
FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 14, 1880.
A COMPLETE RENEWAL
IX or STOCK OF
NKW OOOIH-UOfUHT FOR CASH-MADE UP BEFORE THE ADTA.NCK AND OFFER
ED TO THE PUBLIC AT PRICES FROM
25 te 30 per cent.
LEM THAN PRESENT COST OF MAN'UFACrURE PREPARED BT
A. C. YATES & CO.
THE LHADIXO AND rPULAR CLOTHIERS OP PHILADELPHIA, FOR THE
1880 SPEING AND SUMMER. 1880
able in its hospitality and all the citizens
of Chambersburg feci themselves hosts of
At 1 o'clock thev left for home and will
reach this city at 0:23, when they will be
received in accordance with the pregramme
The alarm bell in the tower of the Em
pire lire company will be sounded this
evening at half-past e o'clock as a notice
te these who intend te participate in the
reception of the Empire boys en their re
turn fiem Chambersburg te ''get ready."'
Chief Marshall McMcllju requests his
aids te report te him at Cremer's GI-he
hotel. Xerth Queen street, opposite the
depot, at six o'clock for instructions.
The companies intending te participate
in the reception of the Empire will form
in regular order at 0:15, en Chestnut strei t,
right resting en Xerth Queen.
Order for a Ite-survey.
The following order was made by the
court yesterday :
Whereas, the court having in February
last adopted and approved the plan of tl.e
southeastern section of the city of Lan
caster, with the following exceptions, te
That part of said plan south of East An
drew street and east of Strawberry street,
west of East Strawberry street and Seuth
street, north of Seuth street and the
southern line of said city, and cast of
Seuth Queen street, is disapproved and a
new uralt et that portion is ordered
te be made ; the street en the north te
commence at a point en Seuth Queen stiect
west of the southwestern corner of AVoocl AVeocl AVoecl
ward Ilill cemetery, and from thence ex
tend eastward te said southwest corner of
said cemetery, thence along the south side
of said cemetery, and from thence te intei
Sict with Seuth street, and the paits south
of this street te conform te this change.
The width of Seuth Christian street,
from Church te Middle.isdisappreved, and
said part of Seuth Christian street is order
ed te remain of its present width of four
Seuth Duke street, from Eat King te
Vine, is disapproved as te the alteration of
its width, and it is ordered te be and re
main of its present width.
Plum street is te extend southward,
crossing East King until it intersects
Jehn, and is te be of the width of feet.
and the width of Jehn, from East King te
said intersection, is disapproved and it is
te remain of its present width.
Woodward street, from East Strawberry
te Christian, is disapproved as te its
width, and it is te be and remain of its
present width, as opened forty feet, and
new, Jlay 12, 1880, the court appoint,
order and direct Allen A. Ilerr, of the
city of Lancaster, te make any and all
surveys en the grounds which are made
necessary by this order of court, changing
the plan as presented for approval, and
te mark en said plan all changes neces
sary by reason thereof and make report te
this court en the third Monday of June,
SCENE IN COURT.
FOR TUB BEST AND CHEAPEST CLOTHIXG CALL AT THE
Ledger Building, Chestnut and Sixth Streets.
13 East King Street.
Offer this week a complete lin" of
Euch department is complete new.
Bennets and Hats for Summer Wear in the
Latest shapes and most desirable Chins and
Our Flower and Feather Stock is in an in
viting condition, having many novelties at
unheard of low- prices. Snccial line of Black
Ostrich Tips, three in a bunch, only lDc. Full
line of Black mid White Ostrich Plumes.
THE FIXEST CLOTHIXG HOUSE IX AMERICA.
Rip Van Winkle.
Last evening another small audience
greeted Mr. J. II. Kcane's second appear
ance in '-Kip Van Winkle." This is net
as it should have been. Mr. Keane him
self is an actor of rare ability, and his sup
port en this occasion was really first-class,
in fact, considered by most of these who
had the pleasure of being present at either
of the performances te be superior te any
cast of this old and favorite play ever seen
en the beards in this city. Against these
inducements, however, weighed the fact
that our people have se often seen the
piece and, only recently, tee, by the great
originator of the character, Mr. Jeffersen.
Then, tee, our city has been treated, dur
ing the season new about closing, te an
unusually large and varied, and withal
successful. run of amusemeuts, perhaps one
of the best Fulton opera heuse has ever
Quarterly Transactions of the Lancaster
County Medical Society."
The committee of publication of the
Lancaster County Medic U Society have
just issued the first number of a new quar
terly with the above title, It is a pam
phlet of forty pages, and contains the pro pre pro
ceedings'ef the April meeting of the socie
ty, including essays read before the socie
ty by Dr. D. I. Bruner, Columbia ; Dr. II.
L. Ceover, Ilarrisburg ; Dr. E. W. Meisen
helder, Yerk; Dr. W. Stump Forwood,
Darlington, Md.; Dr. J. L. Zcigler, Mount
Jey ; Dr. W. W. Dale, Carlisle ; and Dr.
G. 11. Welchaus, Lancaster. The essays
treat of various diseases and their treat
ment, and will be found of interest te stu
dents and doctors of medicine. It is pro
posed te publish 1,000. copies of the Trans
actions, quarterly, for distribution among
members of the society and physicians of
Frem our Special Correspondent.
Market was well attended yesterday
morning. Vegetables, butter and eggs
plenty. Shad scarce ; tee much windy
Manager Mishler will bring Daly's thea
tre company, et j.ew lone, .nay Z4.tu, m
" The two orphans."
Americus V. Kedgcrs left town this
morning for Lcadville. Colerado. Wc
wish him geed health and success.
The fishery commissioners were in town
Mr. Herace Willisten, of Wcllsboreugh,
Pa., is the guest of Cel. Sam'l Sheck.
Mr. James A. Richards, who has been
living in Southwestern Missouri, is home
ou a visit te his family. Mr. Richards
leeks very well.
The closing session of the Ilarrisburg con
ference was held en Wednesday evening in
the E. E. Lutheran church, ou Second
street. There was a large audience pres
ent, and the sessions during the week
were all well attended. Rev. C. Rcimen
snydcr, of Lancaster, Rev. G. Henry of
Millersburg.and Mr. Bear,of St. Jehn's Lu
theran church, Lancaster, delivered ad
dresses. Subject : "Sunday Schools " It
was decided that Rev. J. V. Eckert,of Col
umbia, be sustained at the expensa of the
conference until the meeting of the East
Pennsylvania synod, in September nest.
Scheel beard met in the library room
last evening at 8 o'clock, President J
Zeamer presiding. Messrs. McColleugh,
Seurbeer, Wike and Wolf absent.
The finance committee reported collec
tions as fellows : J. G. Hess, en duplicate
of 1878, $70.32 ; J. G. Hess, en duplicate of
1878, $428.91 ; Eberly, rent, $3 ; Jack Jack
eon, rent, $3 : orders naid since last renert.
The library committee reported that
they had received and paid for volume 12
of Applcten's Encyclopedia.
jn motion ei .ur. atevensen it was
agreed that the date of holding the com
mencement exercises of the High school be
changed te Friday evening June 4.
Prof. Ames stated te the beard that Dr.
Brooks could net be present, en account of
bis time being occupied in preparing for a
trip te Europe. At some future time he
would be pleased te be present and deliver
On motion of Mr. Bahn, Deputy Super
intendent, Heuck was invited te be present
and deliver the oration.
Fer admission te tbe soldiers' orphan
school, the applications of Seely C. and
Samuel R. Jehnsen, children of Wm. M.
Jehnsen a member of Company K., 45th
A Witness Become Unconscious.
Yesterday afternoon during the trial of
Julia Hoever, for murder, her step-mother,
a principal witness for the commonwealth.
while sitting near the defendant, suddenly
lest concieusucss and would have fallen te
the fleer had she net been caught and pre
vented from falling by the defendant.
Her limbs became rigid, she clenched
her fists, the bleed vessels and muscles
became swollen, and then suddenly a re
laxation took place and she became limp
and powerless. Drs. Carpenter and
Muhlenberg, who were in court, hastened
te her assistance and administered restora
tives. She was carried first te one of the
jury rooms and thence te the residence of
Mr. C. F. Heffman, with whom she has
been stepping during the trial. Her sud
den illness brought te the minds of many
her former sudden illness when it was
supposed she had been poisoned by Julia
Hoever, the defendant. Mrs. Hoever is
te-day quite recovered, and her husband
states she is suject te such spells, which
seem te be something like hysteria.
Declared a Lunatic.
This morning the case of David S. Hcin
ey, an alleged lunatic, of Pequea townshie
was heard uelerc the iollewing jury :
Luther Richards, C. M. Gibbs, W. L. Sut Sut
eon, David Warfel and P. E. Slaymakcr
The evidence showed that a few
years age Mr. Heiney was possessed
of $2,000 or $3,000, the greater
part of which he has spent, having
new only about $030, leaned te a gentle
man in this city and amply secured. It
was further shown that Mr. Heiney was
almost constantly riding up and down the
Quarryville railroad, always having in his
possession an accordeen, which he was con
tinually playing. Doubtless most of
our city readers have seen him one time or
another promenading the streets with a
smile en his face, accerdean in hand, and
making the most discordant sounds, which
he mistook for music. The jury adjudged
him a lunatic, and the court will "no doubt
appoint a trustee te take care of what re
mains of his property.
Reunion of the Ninth Peiuia. Vet. Vel. Car.
The eleventh annual reunion of the old
Ninth Penna. Vet. Vel. cavalry will be
held in Ilarrisburg en Thursday, June 3.
1880. There were two companies from
Lancaster county in that regiment, and
we predict there will be a full representa
tion by them at the reunion. All these
intending te be present upon that occa
sion will meet at the office of A. F. Shenk,
esq., en Monday evening next, when all
the necessary arrangements will be made.
Fall in Ce. F. and Q. Lat there ba a geed
THE OPINION OF THE LADIES WE HOPE HAS BEEN FULLY CON
FIRMED BY WIDE SPREAD EXPERIENCE THAT
Cheap MLliiiery & Trimming Stere
Is the Cheapest and Best Place in the city te buy
lillinery Goods and Dress Trimmings,
And we will receive daily Hew Goods and all the Latest Styles, and ladies will llnil the Largest
Sleck and Greatest Variety et Hats, Bennets, Ribbens.Feathers, Flo wers. Silks, Satins, Fringe,
!Ud,,amLHsIeJrh.re:ld 0'0Ve3. Laces, Embroideries, Tucking-, Putllngs, Velvet Neckties
Ladies' White Tucked Skirts 50c. 75c and $l.0U each, andStut Largest Stock of Fancy Dress But But
teni in th city. We constantly keep tu Finest Line of
ENGLISH BLACK CREPES,
Only Ceurtauld's Rest Makes and at the Lewest Prices. Alse, Crepe Veils in all Sizes, Crep
Hats and Bennets constantly en hand and made te order by the best Milliner iu the cily as
we koep no ethers, nor no apprentice te betcli your work, at
M. A. HOUGHTON'S
Cheap Millinery and Trimming Stere, 25 AT. Queen St.
Child's Sun Hat, only 19c
The Star Hat for girls is quite stlish and be
coming. We sell them trimmed and ready ler
wear at $1.00
Washington, May 14. Fer the Middle
States and New EnglantLrising barometer,
cooler northerly winds, clear or partly
The Afternoon's Telegraphic Advices.
An invasion of the Ute reservation by
white men in Colerado is feared, ia which
event there would be another outbreak.
Twe mere of tbe young lady victims or
the Atlanta (Ga.) enera house fire 1iv
Extensive forest tires continue te
rage areuud Jlilferd, Pike coun
ty, Pa. 3,000,000 feet of lumber
and a vast amount of valuable timber hae
been destroyed, besides houses and barns.
David Dale & Sen's saw-mill at Moscow,
Luzerne county, was destroyed last night.
The Blackburn (EnjO strike will m-eba-
bly end in ten days.
Hayes has signed the consular and diplo
matic appropriation bill.
In the Heuse te-day Mr. Gibsen (La.)
reported a resolution for final adjournment
May 31, and Nulls (Texas) gave notice
that he would contest it.
Senater Morgan (Ala.) te-day intro
duced in the Senate a joint rule for count
ing the votes of electors.
Fifty buildings have been destroyed by
fire in Milten (Pa.) since 11:30 this morn
ing and the flames are still raging.
Hen. Charles Knapp, ex-ceugrcssmau of
Deposit, JN". Y., is dead, aged cighty.twe.
At Norway, Mich., Ne. 2 shaft of Lum
berman's mining company's ere mine
caved in Wednesday night, burning alive
sixteen miners. Three were takcu out
dead, the ethers were rescued.
Carl Manke died unrepentant en the
gallows at Buffalo, N. Y., te-day for mur
der. On the scaffold he ridiculed the
minister who offered the final prayer.
Lumber Mill In Hangar.
A postal received te-day by the Messrs.
Sencr, of this city, from P. B. Crider &
Sen, and dated Snowshoe, Centre
county, says : " Mountains are en
fire in all directions. Have net run
mill for some days ; have all force fight
ing lire. Frem present prospects we may
burn out iu an hour. "
Mes3rs. Sencr have a large stock of lum
ber at Snow shoe, only partly covered by
The Lancaster Society Visits West Chester.
Last evening a delegation from the Lanr
caster Microscepial society visited West
Chester en the occasion of the anniversary
of the Philosophical society of that place
The party consisted of Messrs. J. P. Mc
Caskey, W. F. Duncan, C. A, Lecher, J.
H. Rile, M. D., B. F. Sayler, E. W. Mc
Caskey and the secretary, J. D. Pyott.
There were present also delegations from
Camden, and from the Microscepial so
ciety of West Chester. Our society, being
the infant, was petted by everybody, and
was happy. The guests were entertained
at the Mansion house, and the exhibition
itself was a grand success. Over sixty mi
croscopes, some of them of the finest
make and highest power, displayed objects
of rare beauty and variety, of which a de
scription here is impossible. The special
object of interest en the Lancaster table
was an old instrument belonging te Chas.
A. Hcinitsh, esq., kindly leaned for the
occasion, of which we may have some
thing te say hereafter. Altogether, the
occasion was a most enjoyable one, and
our party want te go te West Chester
again, and will have the societies from
that place visit them, as seen as they are
prepared te give a respectable exhibition
of their own work.
A Stlicn in Time Saves Nine
is true or old coats, and mouths. When the
former shows the 11 r3t delect take ft "stitch,"
and always keep the mouth right by uing
SOZODONT. It costs less for a new coat than
a set of teeth. False teeth are net as pleasant
as natural one. myD-lwdoedAw
Try Lecher's Renowned Cough Syrup.
The little ones love it, and often cry forineie
what? "Dr. Sellers' Cough Syrup," which
cures them of cough-, colds, and whooping
Statistics prove that twenty-hve percent,
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 sulTerers ler their negli
gence, or pity them for their ignorance? Ne
9East King street.
A most righteous judgment awarded Dr.
Lindsey for the wonderful cures performed
by his " Blced Searcher." Sold by all druggists.
Bargains iu Brocade Ribbons, new designs.
Satin and Creigrain Ribbons in all the leading
shades at very low prices. Rich Sash Ribbons.
Brocade Ties and Handkerchiefs. Embroider
ed Ties in great variety. Canten Silk Hem
stitched Handkerchief-. Figured Silk for Mil
linery, a novelty.
Trimming Silks in ull colon, 75c per yard.
Splendid line of Blnekand Colored S.itins.
Fine Black Sal in worth $1.0 for 73e.
Heavy Rich Black Satin for Dress Wear, at
$1.20 per yard.
Pliiiwleipliia Alarkm. ;
PniLADKLraiA.May 14.-Fleur dull butsteady
superfine $3 0 3 50; extm at $4 00$4 75: Ohie
ami Indiana nmiilv at . 50J(S 25: I'cnn'u
family 5 i35 75 ; St. Leuis family 5 75a'fi 'J5 ;
Minnesota family $5 '.'526 25: patent ami l.iifh
grades $6 508 50.
Rye flour at 91 50 1 75.
Cernmenl BTndy wine unchanged.
Wheat firmer : Ne. 2 Western Ited $1 SIQ
1 Si; Pa. Red l 3401 24 : Amber $1 3II 35.
Cern Ann ; ste liner 52c ; yellow 54c ; BmLccd
Oats scarce and flam : Southern and Pcnn'a
white 4Sc; Wcntern de 47c; Western mixed
Rye firm; Western and l'a. 88c.
Previsions dull; nuss perk at 1150;
beef hams $1C5017 ; Indiamss beet18IH50 ;
bacon smoked shoulders 5'ic; salt 4?iIKc;
smoked hams 10llc ; pieklen hams 8Uwl.e.
Larddull; city kettlu T,'ic; le.s(. bmeliui
0: ; prime steam 7Jc.
Butter inactive and weak ; ereamery extra
2-223c; Bradford county and New Yerk extra
18ij20c; Western reserve extra at 15317c;
de poed te choice 1315c : Rolls neglected :
1'enn'a extra 1416cJ Western reserve extra
Eggs quiet; Penn'alOc: Western 10c.
Cheese mere active: New Yerk factory
1313e ; Western full cream, like; de for
Petroleum dull : Reflued TKc
Whisky at $1 10.
Seeds geel te prime clnverseed out of sea
son ; timothy $3 asked : flaxseed $1 U bid.
Try Lochcr's'.Rcnewned Cough Syrup.
We are displaeing a most magnificent line of
Trimmings, embiacing very handsome Passe
menteries iu Foliage and ether Exquisite Pat
terns. Fringes in best Trimming Widths,
equally attracting in style and price. Orna
ments of the latest importation.
New Yerk iUarKet.
New Teuk, May 14. Fleur State mill Wrst
ern steady; prices without decided change;
superfine stale $t 0$4 85 ; extra de $1 35
(H 90; choice de $4 !i55 00 ; tuner
$5 05; 00; round hoop Ohie $5 005 75;
choice de $5 80(4 1)75; superfine western tlHht
4 .'5; common te geed extm de $!35fi)4'ja;
choice dodo $5 007 00; choice white wheat de
44 85525; Southern quiet and nnehanged ;
common te fair extra $5 255 60; geed te choice
de $5 G57 00.
Wheat y, iljC better and moderately aetire ;
Ne. 2 Xeithwcst, May, 124; Se. 2 Red. May.
$1 351 35J; de June $1 SPAQl 'tyi; N. 1
White. June $1 25.
Cern a shade stronger and quiet; Mixed
western spot, SeftSIJic ; de future i'jr50c.
Oats a shade llnner; State iO'iikilc: Wet
Beef dull and prices unchanged.
Perk firmer ; new mess $1750.
Lard quietand firm; steam icndi-rrd $7(0.
Whisky dull; Western $l(Mleu.
Spirits of turpentine dull at 4445c.
Serb Threat. Cough, Celd and similar treu.
bles, if suflcrtid te progress, result in serious
Pulmonary Affections, oftentimes incurable
"lireivn Jlrenchial Troches" reach directly
the seat of the disease, and give almost in
stant relief. myll-lwdTTliAS&w
Collated Frem ttie Sentinel.
Wm. D. Weaver, esq., of Lancaster will
lecture before the Y.M. C. A.,of Manheitr,
en Tuesday evening. Subject, "Our
On Monday the blacksmith shop of
Bear & Nauman was discovered te be en
fire, and before the ilames were extin
guished the place was damaged te the ex
tent of $130. The origin of the fire is un
known. On Saturday last as Michael Witman and
wife, residing a mile north of Manheim,
were en their way te Lancaster market, the
spindle of the hind axle of their wagon
broke, causing the horse te take fright and
run off. Beth occupants were thrown out
and Mrs. Witman had the bones of her
elbow joint dislocated.
Bees. In this city, en the 13th of May, Gee.
W.. son of Geerge and Mary A. Bees, aged 10
My time was short,
My suffering great;
Ged thought it best
Te take me te my ret.
The relatives and friends of the family are
respectfully inritedte attend the funeral from
his parent's residence. Leve lane, Saturday
afternoon, at 2 o'clock. Interment at Wood
ward Hill cemetery. ml3-2td
Full line of Fans en hand in Japanese, Linen
and Silk. Our Penny Fans are the talk of the
day. Fine Japanese Fans in Blue and Red ler
10, 19 and a'ic. Silk Fans in great variety from
PcnnaU's (third Issue).
Philadelphia. May 11.
1230 r. M.
r OOK OUT FOK JiXTKA FINK HOT
I i Rolls llllfl Vlf.ntm 1tl-f;wl ln.tiinMMir ninrt.
ingand hereafter, made et the Rest Minnesota
Patent Fleur.at C. BOETTNER'S
uenirai MarKet stall.
The Ucetheans Te-Ntsht.
The anniversary of the Geethean literary
society will be celebrated this evening by
the usual entertainment at Fulton opera
house. The names of the orators and
officers have been published in the papers,
and the floral decoration will be very ex
tensive. The exercises will begin at 7
T ION UREWliltY ISOCK! BOCK! t
SATURDAY AND MONDAY.
My celebrated Beck Beer will be en tap at
my saloon and these of my customers through
out the city.
Geed Bayerischer Beck ea tap.
myl4 2til C. KOEIILER
TIICST GRAND MCNIC !
Will be held at the
ON WHIT-MONDAY-, MAY' 17, 1880.
Admission Free. Ne improper characters ad
mitted en the grounds.
By order of the
myl4 2td COMMITTEE.
The West Chester Lecal News of yester
day states that Census Supervisor H. C.
Snowden has completed the appointment
of his enumerators, and has forwarded the
names te Washington for approval or rejection.
The demand for St. Jacob's Oil is astonish
ing, but no wonder, for I have myself used it,
and found it the most eflective remedy in the
Wv. Sijjsheld, Druggist, Sockpert, Ind.
OEALfcl) PROPOSALS WILL HE Kl
O ceived by the Street Committee up te
THURSDAY EVENING. MAY" 27, 1880, at C
o'clock, for furnishing brick needed by the
city for street purposes, as the same may be
required by the street Committee; also for
laying gutters and supplying materials ler the
same, as may ue requireu ny uie sireet com
mittee ; also for laying crossings and supply
ing materials for the same, as war be required
by the Street Committee. The Committee will
also receive separate bids for supplying atone
ler crossing," itbr ut layingtV.e i-a'ne. Bids for
guttering, ter laying crossings and crossing
stone te be at se much per feet, and bids for
crossings and crossing stone te specify the di
mensions of stone proposed te be supplied.
Each item te be bid ter separately. The Com
mittee reserve the right te reject any or ull
bids received. Proposals te be endorsed stat
ing the Items bid for. Proposals te be addressed
te O. McMullin, Chairman et Street Committee,
and te be left with him, or Simen W. BauU,
clerk, at Ne. 11 North Queen street.
By order of the Street Committee.
S. VT. UAUB, Clerk.
Mat 14, 1SS). m 14 3tdFTu
Our Parasol Department will offer .special
inducements. Children's all Silk Parasols at
fi9c. Ladies' Parasols in Twilled Silks, at very
low price". Silk Lined Parasols trimmed with
Lace and Fringes of the newest description.
We have the Cheapest Balbriggans in the
I'ull Regular Made Extra Fine for Summer
Wear at 25c per pair.
Novelties In Fancy Hosiery. Child's Un
bleached Balbriggans in all sizes.
OUR GLOVE DEPARTMENT.
An examination of this extensive depart
ment will convince all that we havethehugest
assortment and sell cheaper than any house in
One Full Elastic Berlin Gloves 13s
Twe " " 15c
Three " " ........... ...23c
Lace Tep Gloves 20. 34. 44. iaV53t"53r"aiiV74c
Black and Celere-l Lace MitU in large
variety. Child's Gloves and Mitts in all styles
MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS DEPARTMENT.
Men's Brown Cotten Socks lrem Cc up. and
Superfine British 17c.
Gent's Balbriggan Half Hese at 23c per pair.
Fancy Half Hese.
Gents', Ladies' and Children's Summer Underwear.
Gents' Fine Gauze Shirts 25c
Gents' Extra Fine India Gauze Shirts, Satin
Wc offer Great Inuncemcnts in
WHITE DRESS SHIRTS.
An Excellent Shirt. Geed Muslin, all Linen
Bosem, $1.00 or 3 ler $2.75.
Wamsutta M uslin for $1.10 or 3 for $3.00.
Our Best White Shirts warranted the best te
be had. $1.50 apiece or X for $4.00
All our Shirts are guaranteed te lit perfect
and give entire satisfaction in every respect.
In GENTS' NECKWEAR wc have the finest
line in the city, and we charge no fancy prices
en any of our goods.
A very Large Assortment et Gents'
LINEN COLLARS AND CUFFS.
in all sizes, always en hand.
Lehigh Valley. 50.
United Ces. et N.J leu
Northern Pacific 212
" Prelcned 43
Northern Central 32
Lehigh Navigation 28J
Central Transportation Ce. 47l
Pitts , Titusville & Buffalo. 13;
Little Schuylkill 54
Nkw Iekk. May 14.
N. Y. Central 125
Adams Express 113
Michigan Central TlJi
Michigan Southern 102
Illinois Central 10.i
Cleveland A Pittsburgh m ".
Chicago A Reck Island 184
Pittsburgh ft Fert Wayne.. DM
Western Union Tel. Ce X)
Teledo Wabash 2
New Jersey Central .. fti4
United States Bends anil Sterling txcliaiia .
(Quotations by 15. K. Jamisen A Ce., S. Xf.
Cor. 3d and Chestnut Streets).
Philadelphia, May 14.
United States 6's, 1S81, (registered). .10ti$Iei;v;
United States 5'n, 1S8I. (registered).. 10254,103
United States 4U's, lffll, (registered)107kfel0H
United States 4 js, issi, (coupons). .103 rKK
United States 4's, 1907. (registered). .107J'10;!t
United Suites Currency 0's 125
Sterling Exchange 48tiJ434M
cbe. who wants something te de.
-IirAMKD. EVERYBODY TO ADVKIt-
TT tisc, free of charge, in the Ihtklliek.v-
-TXTANTED A WHITE GIUL TO IM GKN-
TT eral housework. Recommendations re
quired. Apply at Ne. 38 Seuth Queen street.
KAGS! RAGS!-K.1GS WANTED.
HeusekeeDers take notice that wc are
paying 3 cents a pound for MIXED RAGS.
Cash paid as seen as delivered te
aprS-Smd Ne. 235 West Kinj; Street.
EOlt SALE OH ItEN'l.
lo,eoo Bushels at i
cenM per Bushel.
GEO. K. REED. Trens.
; Twe very desirable rooms, Ne. 43 North
Queen street, suitable lorphetogruph sallery.
formerly occupied bv J. S. Saurmau. Apply te
a5-tfd TllOS. BAUMGARD.NER.
. The second story et Eslileman A Rath Rath
Ten's Banking Heuse, at Centre Square, ami
also a room en Mscenil story, opposite tlm
Penn'a R. R. Dept, ti Chestnut street.
P.. F. ESHLEMAN.
f23-2td&Stl Atternev-nt Law
the hands of the Cily
The duplicate of water rents Is new In
CENT, abatement will be allowed en all rent
Treasurer. FIVE PER
nald ou or before JUNE 1. IS).
mMwdTu.TbJtSR City Treasurer.