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LANCASTER DAILY INTELLieEKCEIl, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 7. 1880.
of the Insane," Dr. J. Z. Gerhard, Harrlsburg,
Repert of Twe Cases of LItbelaplaxy, with
Bemarlcs," Dr. H. L. Ortli, Harrisburg, Pa.
" Embolism," Dr. J. W. Kerr, Yerk, Pa.
A Repert of a Pest Mortem Examination
nfa Patient Dying of Cancer of the Omen
tum," Dr. W. YT. Dale, Carlisle. Pa.
The town presents an unusually lively
and active appearance, everybody is in a
geed humor and the universal salutation
with friends meeting one another is, "Hew
are you doctor?" An extra dinner was
served at 1:30 o'clock for the benefit of
late arrivals. Whether by oversight or
Iect and we will be chanta-
enough te attribute it te
former there was no previ-
vioien made for the press and we have
been compelled te write this en our knees;
rather peer accommodation, you will ad
mit. Altogether this is a red letter day in
the profession. The entertaining of the
visitors is entrusted te the follewins gen
tlemeu, and from all appearances they
will give Columbia no mean reputation for
hospitality : Dr. J. A. Thomsen, D. I.
Bruner, J. F. Cottrell, T. 31. Livingston,
J. K. Ltncaweaver, G. W. Bcrntheizel, S.
A. Beckius, Alex Craig.
Frem Oar Regular Correspondent.
Sometime during Monday night three
masked men broke into the residence of
Mr. Gee. Scldemridgc, in East Earl town
ship. Mr. Scldemridge, hearing a noise
descended the stairs and was met at the
feet by the men who presented pistols
te his head and demanded his money.
After some parley they forced Mr. Scldom Scldem
ridge te hand ever $2G.50,that being all the
cash in the house at the time. They then
gagged and bound him and made geed
their escape. Nene of them was identi
fied, and as yet suspicion docs net rest en
any particular individuals.
Mr. Frank Ress, of Mount Airy,has in his
possession a black Spanish hen, which has
laid G9 eggs in as many consecutive days,
and is still keeping it up. Mr. Bess would
like te hear of a hen that has done better.
Messrs. Worst and Shertz have sold te
Smith and Fatman 12 tens of '79 ciep of
tobacco en private terms.
Our supervisor, Henry Ammeu of
Springville, is suffering from a severe
attack of lumbago.
Mr. Tiuman Swcigart, of White Herse,
was engaged in selling plows, near Quarry -villc,
where he took a severe attack of
pneumonia, and has been lying sick for
some time at the public house of James
K. Alexander, his physician claiming that
it would be unsafe te move him. Our last
accounts from him were that he was slowly
Fanners are busy plowing and sewing
eats ; mevings are all ever, and our com
munity is settled for at least another
Gcergs Becher, son of Jehn Bccher,
tailor, of Springville, was thrown from a
horse and met with some very severe
bruises. He was carried into Mr. L. K.
Hilten's house in an unconscious condi
tion and a physician was summoned. He
pronounced no bones broken, but fear that
he might be hurt internally. The boy
was about eight years of age.
Isaac Heuck had a hearing before Squire
Hcndcixm en Saturday last, for assault
and battery en his wife, and was bound
ever te court under $800 bail. Mrs. Heuck
has net yet recevcied from the injuries
sustained at his hands, although almost
four weeks have intervened since the as
sault. There will be at least 50 per cent, meie
tobacco planted in our district this season
than there was last ; the high price received
for '79 crop, has induced our farmers te go
into the culture of the weed en a mere ex
tensive scale ; the increase in the acreage,
will also nccesitatc the building of quite a
number of tobacco sheds, thereby giving
employment te the mechanics of the neigh
borhood. Salisbury is mere prosperous at
present than she has been in the last 20
SALE OF RELICS.
Tlie Yeaten Conyngham Property Under the
As duly announced by the executers, the
personal effects of the late Jasper Yeates
Conyngham were exposed this morning, at
Yeates mansion, 2G Seuth Queen street,
The sale attracted an unusually large num
ber of spectators and buyers, for among
the articles offered were many relics of the
olden time, formerly the property of Judge
Jasper Yeates, some of them being of
great intrinsic value, and ethers being
valuable by reason of family or historical
association. The sale commenced in the
yaid, and the first articles offered were
pets and pans, old-fashioned chairs, sad
dlebags, fenders, shovels and tongs, and
ether obsolete utensils, all of which were
knocked down at prices for above their
Following are some of the prices paid
Old walnut arm chair sold te Mr. Key, of
Philadelphia, for $20.20; straight back
walnut chair, te Mr. Yeung, of Philadel
phia, for $12.50 ; maible top and
marble pier tables, te Mr. Yeung.
of Philadelphia for $27 each ; tw e
very small marble -top washstands
te Mr. Yeung for $3 each ; pyramidal case
of minerals te David Conyngham $4 ;
screw piano steel, with back, te Mr. Key,
of Philadelphia, for $12.50 ; old-fashioned
upright piano te Dr. Carpenter ; eight-day
mahogany case clock, Mr. Key, $7G ; old
fashioned sofa, Mrs. Dr. Wilsen, $7 ; old
mahogany sideboard, James Stewart,
$3.50 ; 12 mahogany parlor chairs, old
style, Mr. Yeung, $1.25 each ; old brass
'fender, $5.50. Many ether relics were
sold, some of them bringing very high
prices and ethers going for a mere song.
St. Mary's Orphan Asylnm.
The following named gentlemen were
elected yesterday as trustees of St. Mary's
Catholic orphan asylum : Rt. Rev. J. F.
Shanahan, Rev. J. C. Hickey, Michael
Malonc.Gee. L. Beyle, D. A.Altick, James
Stewart, Bernard J. McGrann, Richaid A.
Malene, Peter McConemy.
The beard organized by the election of
officers as fellows : President, Bishop
Shanahan; Treasurer, B. J. McGrann ;
Secretary, Peter McConemy.
The New City Officers Sworn in.
This morning, the newly elected city
officers, Daniel Trewitz, street commis
sioner; Henry Derley, market-master;
Peter Nagle, janitor ; James C. Carpenter,
regulator, and Frederick Miller and Isaac
Hubley, assistant regulators, appeared be
fore the mayor and wsra sworn in their
Tire Men Hurt Wreck at Uaman Place.
This morning .about seven o'clock a
young unmarried man named J. E. Smith,
who was employed en the Penn'a rail
road, had his feet se badly crushed by the
cars at the Little Conestoga bridge, that it
had te be amputated by Dr. Craig. This
man's home is in Columbia. The accident
was caused by Smith's falling from the
About 9 o'clock this morning, James
Ferley, also a railroader attempted te get
en a freight train at Columbia. He slipped
and after falling, the wheels of the engine
tank passed ever one of his feet crushing
it badly. He is a resident of Columbia.
About neon te-day a construction tram
of the Pennsylvania railroad was standing
en the track at Leaman Place, and it was
run into by local freight west. Nine cars
were thrown from the track and the con
ductor of one of the trains is reported as
having been fatally injured. The construc
tion train from Columbia was sent for and
the work of clearing the track was imme
diately begun. Fast line west did net
reach this city for some time, having been
delayed by the wreck.
The conductor's name is Rebert Glenn
and he is a resident of Philadelphia.
Bering's Hitter Belt.
Councilman Bering, of Lancaster, the
late defeated Republican caudidate for
mayor, seems te have concluded that a
little of the hair of the deg that bit him in
February would be geed for the Republi
can candidate for city tieasurer. He thus
defeated Mr. Shirk te enable Shirk te knew
hew it was himself. Belting is always
healthy, and we can't think of any man in
Lancaster who is mere entitle te belt than
Going te Seuth America.
Mr. C. W. Buchholtz, civil engineer, is
about te sail for Brazil, en business for
the Philadelphia and Reading railroad com
pany. He will be absent some time. Mr.
Buchholtz spent several months in Seuth
America in railroad building, and had a
pretty rough experience in the Brazilian
forests Pollnteun Ledger.
Mr. Buchholtz was an important witness
in the case which arose out of the Picker
ing Valley railroad disaster, and which was
tried here last summer.
riiniral of .Jnr.eU Eflingcr.
This ..r.iinoeii the funeral of Jacob
Eflingcr took place from the late residence
of the deceased, jen Seuth Queen street.
The Lancaster Majnncrcher and several
ledges of Odd Fellows attended the fun
eral, which was very large. The inter
ment was made at Zion cemetery.
The Penn Iren Works.
The Penn iron works, which have been
lying idle for some days past, owing te the
breaking of a roll, will start up this even
ing, the necessary repairs having been
Before the mayor this morning, two
drunken and disorderly persons were heard
and committed for ten days each. Twe
ledgers were discharged.
Dr. Brinten, of Philadelphia, who is
publisher of the Medical and Surgical Jic Jic
perlcr, is in town te-day, and he attended
the Conyngham sale this afternoon.
Hit et Service.
The truck of the Empire hook and lad
der company, Ne. 1, is out of service, as it
is being repainted and etherwise repaired.
The Lancaster Bazaar.
The store. Ne. IS East King street, lermcrly
occupied hy Augustus Uheads, has been taken
by the Astrich Brethers, and it will hereafter
be known :ts the "Lancaster Bazaar." The
Mcs&srs. Astrich will keep a large supply el
ladies' and gentlemen's furnishing goods. The
rear part of the store lias been lixed up us the
l.idies' department and the attendants are
ladies In this department all kinds of goods
for the use of ladies and childicn can be found,
such an undei garments, corsets, wrappers,
shawl, &c. A large stock of gentlemen's
goods, including hosiery, neckwear, jewelry,
Ac., will constantly be kept en hand, and all
goods will be sold at bottom prices for cash.
The store lias been remodeled and the open
ing will take place te-morrow.
A Thankful Itutchcr.
A prominent butcher of Pert Carben. Pa.,
rcpei ts : I cannot refrain tiem inlerming you
of the wonderful effects of St. Jacob's Oil. I
suffered many years with Rheumatism, and te
such a degree that I was often unable te leave
my bed. I Used St. Jacob's Oil and was re
lieved at once ; the p.iins gradually disappear
ed, and te-day I feel like new-born.
" The Escaped yun. Te-morrow evening
the lady known te the public under this desig
nation, will deliver her lecture en " Lite in a
Convent," at Fulton opera house. She lecture-,
in Columbia this evening, and lias the
reputation of being an eloquent speaker.
The lily is as white as snow.
The rose is as the crimson red ;
But neither can surpass in glow,
The color or the brightness shed,
By the sweet lips and teeth allied
That SOZODONT has purified.
The little ones love it, and often cry for mere
what ? . " Dr. Sellers' Cough Syrup," which
cures them of coughs, colds, and whooping
Try Lechcr's Renowned Cough Syrup.
Mothers! Mothers!! Mothers!!!
Are you disturbed at night and broken et
your rest by a sick child suffering and crying
with the excruciating pain of cutting teeth?
It se, goat once and get a bottle of MRS. WINS
LOW'S SOOTHING SYRUP. Itwill 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 of one
et the eldest and best female physicians and
nurses in the United States. Sold everywhere
25 cents a bottle. fjl7-lyd&wM.W&S
' A tumor was removed from my head by
using 'Dr. Lindsey's Bleed Searcher.'" S.
Sarver, Pittsburgh, Pa. Sold by all druggist.
Sttaistics prove that twenty-live per cent,
of the deaths in our larger cities are caused by
consumption, and when we reflect that this
terrible disease in its worst stage will yield te
a bottle of Lecher's Renowned Cough Syrup,
shall we condemn the suftciers ter their neg
ligence, or pity them for their iznerance;
It EAT US.
HciiLEV. April 5, 1SS0, in this city, Amelia F..
wife of Jehn W. Hubley, in the Uth j ear el her
The relatives and Mends of the family are
respect! ully invited te attend her funeral from
Ne. 20 Seuth Duke street, en Thursday after
noon, at 2 o'clock.
Reynolds. At the University hospital, Phil
adelphia, April 5, James L. Reynolds.
Interment at Lancaster, Thursday morning,
at 11 o'clock. Relatives and friends are invit
Gaiimaj(. Near 'Williamson, Franklin coun
ty, this state, Geerge Garman, formerly of
Caernarvon township, Lancaster county, aged
83 yuan, 2 months and 18 days. ltd w
WATCHES.--The largest stock and most railed assortment te be found
In the interior of the state. We sell all the reliable grades of American and
Swiss Watches, and each watch is warranted according te the quality.
JISWELRY of the newest and prettiest designs in great quantity and vari
ety from a geed article in geld plate te the precious gem in costly setting.
SILVERWARE.--Articles of utility and ornament in solid silver or electro
plate, artistic In design and of various styles of finish.
MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES tee numerous te specify, including every
thing consistent with a first-class Jewelry Business.
Realizing that we are in competition with the large houses of the Eastern
cities, we will be especially careful that every article shall be sold as'lew as
it could be bought elsewhere.
H. Z. RHOAD3 & BRO., Jewelers,
Ne. 4 West King Street.
J. B. MARTIN & CO.
Gents' Furnishing Goods!
ing an elugu:
we call veur attention te our
offering an elegant line et Fancy Percale, Calice
and all blzcs. Sele agents for the
made of Wamsntta Muslin, Three-ply Linen
Unlaundried Shirts made. Large line et Laundried shirts.
wear. Gloves, Suspenders, Cellars and Culls,
All Sizes and Grades.
J. B. MARTIN & CO.
MONEY TO LOAN ON FIRST MOKT
BAUSMAX & BURNS'S
Insurance anil Real Kstate Office,
aprC-tfdU N'e. le West Oiangc Street.
JLl The members et the Paciflc Club are re
quested te meet at their hall THURSDAY
EVENING, APKIL 8, at 8 o'clock, ler the pur
pose of electing officers. By order of
ltd THE SECUETAKY.
It Came te the premises et the undersigned.
a SOW about one year old.
Tlie owner enn
have the same by c.illing at Ne.
STKEET, Lancaster, Pa.
FIFTY IIRAD Of STOCK tJATTLE (OB
sale at the Stock Yard et Jehn W. Mentz
er te-morrow (THURSDAY) morning. April a,
1SSJ. JOHN W. MENTZER.
DKMlRAItLK HOTEL STANU FOB KENT,
formerly Ohmit'.s. located in theboieugh
et Washington, and having all the modem
conveniences, such as Gas, Water, etc. Posses
sion given immediately. Fer terms and lur
ther particulars apply te
JNO. II. BRUSH.
Washington Borough, Lauc. Ce., Pa.
STATE OF PHILIP FISCHER, LATE O-
e-.t Cocalico township, ueceased. Let
ters of admiuisliatien, with the will annexed,
ensaid estate having been granted te the un
dersigned, all persons indebted thereto are
icquested te make immediate payment, and
these having claims or demands against the
same will present them without delay ter
settlement te the undersigned, residing in
West Cocalico township. Lancaster county.
Wx. It. Wilsex, Administrator.
Attel ney. up7-ltd&Gtw
SSIGXED ESTATE OF MARTIN O.
Stirk and wife, et Earl township. Lancas
ter county. The undersigned auditorappeint-
ed te distiibute the balance remaining in the
hands of Isaac Stirk and Geerge Levan, as
signees by deed of voluntary assignment ler
the benelit et creditors, te and among these
legally entitled te the same, will sit ler that
purpose en WEDNESDAY, the 12th day of
MAY, 1SS0, at 10 o'clock u. in., in the Library
Roem of the Court Heuse, in the city of Lan
caster, where all persona interested in said dis
tribution may attend.
WM. R, WILSON,
STATE OK lsARKAKA ROSENFELT,
late of Lancaster cits-. Pa., deceased. The
undersigned auditor, appointed te distribute
the balance remaining in the nanus ei Joint is.
Lebkicher, executer et the last will and testa
ment et the said Barbara Rescnfelt, deceased,
te and among these legally entitled te the
same, will sit ler that purpose en FRIDAY,
APRIL 30, 1SS0, at 10 o'clock a. ni., in the Libra
ry Roem et the Court Heuse, in the city of
Lancaster, where all persons interested in said
distribution mav attend.
GEO. REIMENsN YDER, Att'y at Law.
INSTATE OF GEORGE MARKS, LATE OF
jj Mcchanicshurg.Upper Leacock township,
Lancaster ceuntv. Pa., deceased. Letters tes
t'lmentary en said estate having been granted
te the undersigned, all persons indebted there
to are requested te make immediate settle
ment, and these having claims or demands
against the same, will present them without
delay for settlement te the undersigned, re
Siding in Lancaster, Ta.
d. W. 31AKUS,
Executer and Trusuc,
ap7-3td,v3tw Lane's Stoie.
"VT-EW STATIONERY 1
New, Plain and Fancy
Alse, Velvet and Eastlake
PICTURE FRAMES AND EASELS.
L. M. FLYNN'S
BOOK AXD STATIONERY STORE,
Ne. 43 WEST KING STREET.
MORE STUBBORN FACTS !
Astounding result of our effort in catering
for a Fastidious and Fashionable Trade. The
advance in pricesef all new designs in Woolens
seems te stimulate the demand. The run en
our novelties is far beyond our expectation.
OUR SPECIALTIES IN
REED & TAYLOR'S
are Perfect Gems of Beauty and Taste, a lull
line of which are Cord Stripes and Plaids, Lon Len Lon
eon Knickerbocker and Cheviot Suitings, in
all the Fancy Crimson, Pearl and Antique
Shades. The only house in this citv that has a
Full Line of LONDON SMOKE, EMERALD
and LORD GREY COLORINGS, the Xew
Shades. A Large Line of
Scotch & English Novelties
In Bannockburn, Celtic and Garryowen Chev
iots and Suiting?, in all the New anil Fancy
Mottled and Plaid Mixtures. French Hair
Lines and Pin Stripes, Blue Checks in great
variety and handsome effects. Elegant New
Original Styles. A full line of Choice Styles
American Productiensof Standard Brands and
exquisitely beautiful. The character et our
stock is such that it will recommend itself te
all levers of genteel and elegant dress, and our
prices are as low as can be expected, consist
ent with first-class work. We advise all per
sons in want et Spring Suits te place their or.
derat erfce, for some of our Exclusive and con
fined Styles when sold cannot be duplicated.
We are in constant communication with the
leading Tailors in New Yerk, and have the Cor
rect Styles ler Spring fully defined, adapted
for Gentlemen's wear, and can guarantee full
satisfaction in every department.
J. K. SMALING,
121 NORTH QUEEN STREET.
larsre Line of Gents' Furnishing CemR We are
and Cheviot Shirts, in the Xcwc
Bosem, and guaranteed te fit.
They are the Best
New Spring Hosiery and Neck-
Philadblphia, April 7. Fleu r dull and heavy ;
superfine 3 50jj4 25: extra 4 755 25;
Ohie and Indiana family G 256 75 ; Penn'a
lamily $5 75G 25 ; St. Leuis family $C 50ft? 00 ;
Minnesota lamily $5 50Q6 37 ; patent and high
Rye flour 4 75.
Cornmeal Brandy wine unchanged.
Wheat steady; Ne. 2 Western Red $1 36V;
Penn'a Red $1 3G1 37 ; Amlcr $1 37 1 38.
Cern steady : steamer 5253c; yellow S3Q
53c ; mixed 53c.
Oats firmer; Ne. l,45"44c; Ne. 2, 41!345c;
Ne.3,43;44tc; Ne. 2 mixed 41ffll2e.
Rye quiet ; Western and Pa. S5c.
Previsions quiet, but linn ; mtss perk 91250
1." 00; beet hams f 17 0017 50 ; India mess beef
91U50: bacon smoked shoulders 5J4j5Jc ; salt
de 4J4Ji; smoked hams 'Jle$c; pickled
Lanl quiet hut firm ; city kettle 7Jc; loose
butchers 7c; prime steam 9750c.
llutter dull and weak; creamery exti-a
32fi34c ; Bradford county and New Yerk extra
new 2931c : de fall 2830e ; Western reserve
est ra at 26328c ; de geed te choice 2925c :
Rolls quiet: Penn'a extra 2224c; Western
reserve extra 232Cc.
Eggs steady ; Penn'a 13c ; Western 12c.
Cheese steady : New Yerk factory U,i&Uic ;
Western tull cream I4c ; de forgeod !'.!:; ;
de hall-skims ll12c.
Petroleum firm; Refined 7c.
Whisky at $109.
Seeds dull; geed te prime cleverseed ?G 00
0 75: de timothy $3 00 asked; de naxsccd $170
New VerR Market.
New Teuk, April 7. Fleur-State and Western
market dull and slightly in buyers'
laver; superfine state $4 505 00; extra
de $5 0005 40; choice de $5 45U; lancy de
$0107iK: round hoop Ohie $5X)5!)0: choice
de 9 007 50; superfine western 4C55 00;
common te geed extra de $5 005 50 ; choice
dodo$5 5j8 00; choice white wheat ilefiS5
( 50; Southern quiet and heany ; common te
fair extra $5 500 10; geed te choice de $ 15
Wheat dull; Spring nominal ; winter about
y.c lower ; Ne. 1 While May 1 31i ; Ne. 2 Red,
May, $1 :t5l 3C.
Cern dull and scarcely se firm; Mixed West
ern spot 53i5J'4c ; tJe future 47&JZ52e.
Oats a shade easier and dull; Ne. 2 April
4-.'c: state s4sc ; v estern 4gj4sc.
Beef dull and prices unchanged.
Perk firmer ; new mess $1750.
Lard quiet and firm ; steam rendered 97 CO.
Whisky dull ; Western $1 081 00.
Spirits of turpentine dull at 4445c.
Cm caoe Wheat steady and higher; Ne 2
Chicago spring $1 13 ter cash and April ; $1 WA
ter May ; $1 13 for J una ; Ne. 3 de $1 03J4 ; re
jected 8484Jc. Cern active and a shade
higher; Iresh "Ac for cash; 32c for April;
30e bid for May; 3GJc asked for June. Oats
active, firm and higher at 2027c for cash and
April ; 31c for May. Rye in geed demand and
a shade higher at 6971c. Barley in geed de
maud with tendency upward.
Chicago The Drevers' Journal reports :
Hogs Receipts 17,000 head ; shipments 6,000
de. ; packers are buying full and packings are
weak from want of competition ; prices steady
at $4.304.50 ; light, $4.35ft.55 ; choice heavv,
$4.G0$1.85, Cattle Receipts, 3,700 head ; ship
ments, 2.200 de. ; market excited and generally
dull for shipping. Eastern buyers bidding
lower at $3.S0$5.30 for butchers; $2$3.80 ler
cows and bulls. Mixed stock. $.20$3 ; stock steck
er and feeders, quiet and unchanged at $80
$4.10. Shuep Receipts, 500 head ; market
quiet and weak; geed, 96.19$t;.35 ; lambs,
East Liberty Cattle Receipts, 3 230 head of
through and 545 head of local. Market very
dull. Best $55 25 ; fair te geed butchers'
stock, $43 75 : common te light. $3 253 85 ;
bulls, cows and stags, $3 25g$3 50 ; sales, 2U2
head. Hogs Receints. 10.025 head ; Yorkers.
$4 5004 75 ; Philadelphias, $4 905 10. Sheep
jtcueipis, (luuiieau. selling slew ui iejijjc. en
from lu.t wck.
Philadklfhia, April 7
12:30 p. K.
Penna6's (third Issue) 107
Philadelphia & Erie 17
Lehigh Valley. 51
United Ces. et N. J 1C0
Northern Pacific 20
" Prelerred 53
Northern Central 334
Lehigh Navigation 37K
Central Transportation Ce. 47
Pitts , Titusvllle & Buffalo. 20
Little Schuylkill 54
Niiw Yer.K, Apt 11 7.
N. Y. Central 131K
Adams Express 112
Michigan Central 91
Michigan Southern 108
Illinois Central 106J4
Cleveland ft Pittsburgh.... Ill
Chicago ft Reck Island. 186
Pittsburgh ft Fert Wayne..H8i
Western TJnien Tel. Ce 10GK
Teledo Wabash 42
New Jersev Central M)
United States Bends and Sterling Exchange
(Quotations by B. K. Jamisen ft Ce., S. T.
Cor. 3d and Chestnut Streets).
Philadelphia, April 7.
United States Cs, 1881, (registered).. 10510rt
United States 5's, 1881, (registered).. 102102
United States 4J4'3, 1801, (registered)10yle04
United Suites 4U's, 1891, (coupons)... VX)WJ
United States 4's, 1907. (registered).. 107J8107J
United States Currency C's 125120)5
Sterling Exchange 4& UltV
WANTED. EVERYBODY TO ADVER
Use, free of charge, in the Intkllioen Intkllieen
cek, who wants something te de.
GOOD BOY, 17 OR 18
1 T years of aire. Annl v at
52U HASl. Klli Sil.tfcl.
WANTED- STRAW FOR FURHORSES
ter which the Manure will be given in
exchange. Inquire at
READING EXPRESS OFFICE,
ltd 114 West King Street.
Gentlemen havini; cast-
Gentlemen having cast-off Clothing te
dispose of can receive the highest cash price
ler them by sending a note te
AE. McCANN, AUCTIONEER OF REAL
. Estate and Personal Property. Orders
lett at Ne. 35 Charlette street, or at the Black
Herse Hetel, 44 and 46 North Queen street, will
receive prompt attention. Bills mad eutanri
attended te wltkt additional cast. 27-ly
WEDNESDAY EVENING, AFRU, 7,1880.
Washington, April 7. Fer the Mid
dle Atlantic states, clear or partly cloudy
weather, northerly winds, stationary or
lower temperature and rising barometer.
Thurman Temporary President of the
Washington, April 7. A communica
tion was read from Mr. "Wm. A. "Wheeler,
saying he would be absent some days.
Mr. Thurman was then chosen president
of the Senate pre tern and installed in the
A resolution was adopted instructing
the secretary of the Senate te inform the
president of the United States and the
Heuse of Representatives of this action.
The Lie Passed in the Heuse.
A scene of very great excitement took
place in the Heuse of Representatives this
morning in committee of the whole in con
nection with the amendment relating te
army surgeons. Mr. Sparks (Ills.),
who Jhad offered an amendment,
wanted (when the amendment was
defeated in committee) te have a
vote upon it in the Heuse, and desired Mr.
Clymer (Pa.), who has charge of the army
appropiatieu bill, te premise that the
amendment might he offered in the Heuse.
Mr. Clymer declined te make the premise
in advance and denied that there had
been any such application marie te him
en the part of military committee
Sparks became very angry and spoke
of Clymer .being bulldozed an,
cajoled, and then leaning ever his desk lo le
toward Clymer, and shaking his fist vio
lently, he declared if Clymer insinuated
that the amendment did net come from the
committee en military affairs he lied. This
he repeated mere than once. Mr. Cly
mer's only retort was that Sparks could
net insult him.
In the meantime the chairman endeavor
ed te have order restored. Finally the
offensive words spoken by Sparks were
read from the reporter's manuscript, and
the question is new being discussed
whether the committee must rise and re re
peit the matter te the Heuse.
The Republicans Carry Cincinnati.
Cincinnati, April 7. Unofficial footings
give Eshclby, Republican, for city control
ler, 3,800 majority, and elect the entire
Republican beard of education with majori
ties from 200 te 2,000.
Time or Elections in Indiana Changed.
In Indiana the constitutional amendments
were carried. This will make the state
election come in November.
Municipal Elections in Springfield.
Springfield. 111., April 7. The city
election yesterdry resulted in the election
of Irwin. Republican, for mayor, by 330
majority, and the Republican candidates
for clerk, attterney and supervisor, and
probably treasurer and marshal.
TKAM1 TRAMP, TRAMP.
Hart t lie Favorite with tlie Retting Men.
New Your, April 7. The bookmakers
new refuse te bet against Hart and Peg
ram is backed for second place. Mcrritt
is in better form te-day. At six o'clock
this morning Debler was first with score
of 243 miles 1 lap and Hart second with
242 miles 7 laps.
Debler is brighter in the face te-day,
though wry in form.
The score at twelve o'clock was as fol fel
PUBLIC IIOUSES CLOSED.
Nevel Event in the History or Bordentown,
Boudentewx, N. J., April 7. All the
hotels and beer saloons of this city were
closed yesterday for an indefinite peried.in
consequence of the common council refus
ing te grant licenses. The charter elec
tions will take place next Monday, and as
an entirely new council will then be chosen
the greatest interest is felt in it. Borden
town has been a chartered city for 31 years
and this is the first time in its history that
its public houses have been closed.
DEATH AT A DANCE.
Tragic Ending or New Mexico Festivities.
Santa Fh, N". M., April 7. A special
despatch says that Charles Fernandez,
while at a dance at a stage station near
here, quarreled with a party of graders of
the Denver and Rie Grande railroad and
was shot four times and killed.
THUKSDAY EVEXIXG, APKIL 8,
MISS EDITH 0'GORMAN,
Known te the world as
Tl ESCAPED IN,
Is coming. Crowded houses everywhere.
" LIFE IN A CONVENT."
Come early if you wish a seat,
Ladies admitted gratuitously.
but net te
iruu i scuts or reserreu seats.
Including reserved spate. Get your tickets
and seats in time. Te commence at 8 o'clock.
CULTON OPERA HOUSE.
FRIDAY, APBIL 9, 1880.
The Public's Favorite,
3 CLOWNS. 3
The Best and Largest Troupe In America.
The GREAT GRIMALDI,
The ONLY DROMIO,
The COMICAL PEDRO.
C. W. Ravel, Miss Grimaldl, Miss Mabel Pearl,
Miss Jennie Miace, ML-.S Emily Lulu, The
Miace Brethers, El Nine Eddie, Mens. Leen
Whctteny, Omweg and Hinds, Ashton and
Miace, &c, &c.
Nick Roberts' Silver Cornet Band.
S. GIBLER, Director.
Reserved Seats, 75 cents ; can be obtained at
Opera Heuse Office without extra charge.
apr6-4td X. D. ROBERTS, Manager.
Ne. 13 EAST KING STKEET,
THURSDAY, APRIL 8th, 1880.
ELEGANT AND SPACIOUS STORE,
With a COMPLETE STOCK of everything appertaining te the line or
FANCY GOODS, NOTIONS, TRIMMINGS, MTT.TJNERY,
HOSIERY, GLOVES, UNDERWEAR, CORSETS,
APRONS, WHITE GOODS, &c. r
ASTONISHING PRICES !
Special Bargains in Each ana Every Dptai!
SJ-inch Silk Jet Fringe 25c
4-inch Silk Grass and Bead Feinge 49c
Extra Ilich Beaded and Chenille Black Silk
Fine Silk and Grass Fringe, in all the Xcw
Shades, at 67c
Beaded Passcmcntries from 17c upwards.
Itich Mess Trimmings.
Beaded and Chenille Ornaments in great
Colored Silk Handkerchiefs 13e
Ladies' all Linen Hemmed 5c
All Linen Colored Berder Hemmed 12c
Ladies' all Linen Hemstitched 14c
Gents' all Linen Hemmed 14c
Gents' all Linen Colored Berder 24c
Child's Hemmed 3c
Colored Bordered 4c
10,000 'Tards et Torchon Lace from 2e up.
Valenciennes Laces from lc "
Breton ne, Russian and Lanqucder Lace? in
Ne. 4, All Silk Grosgrain . .
11 5 11 11
' 5, Satin Ribbon
11 7 11 11
U Q II .1
5c per yard.
. 7c "
Misses' Hosiery in Fancy Celers, Full Reg
ular Made, Silk Clocked, from 27c up.
Ladies' Balbrlggans, Silk Embroidered,
Full Regular Made, per pair 25c
Ladies' Elegant Frent Embroidered Bal
brlggans, per pair 19c
White and Unbleached, Full Regular Made,
per pair 19c
Handsome Colored Embroidered Hese,
Gents' Regular Made Half Hese, per pair.... 14e
Real British Half Hese 21c.
Fancy Full Regular Made 25c
Gents White Unlaundried Shirts, Linen
Bosem and Bands 57c
Beys' Unlaundried Shirts 47c
King's Spool Cotten, 200 Yards, per spool.. . 2c
Clark's O. N. T. and Coats' 2 spools for 9c
Twilled Tapc,perrell 2c
Skirt Braid 4c
Pins, per paper 4c
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CALL AND SEE !
Rih Enameled Buttens at 14c per der.
Rich Pearl Dress Buttens from... 9c upwards.
Pearl Dress Buttens from 3c "
Elegant Jet Buttens at ae per der.
Large Assortment of Beaded Gilt. Steel
Ivery, Silk, Satin, Porcelain, Enameled and
LACE AND LINEN GOODS.
Hand-made Crochet Cellars 38c
Real Torchon Lace Cellars 9e
Fine Linen and Guipure Cellars 8c
Ladies' Linen Cellars 5c
Ladies' Linen Cuffs, per pair. 12c
Fine Lace Edge Ruffling, per yard 4e
Corded Band Chemise 25c
Fine Ruffled Chemise 36e
Elegant Embroidered Chemise 63c
Drawers, Hemmed and Tucked 29c
Muslin Skirts, Ruffled 37c
With wide Embroidery 98c
Ladles' Aprons, from 14c up.
Large Shetland Weel Shawls 49c
Hip-gore Corsets 23c
25-Bene Lace-edged Corsets 39c
Blue and Cardinal, Fine 43c
Elegant Corsets, Speen Busk, Side Steels
Laced and Embroidered 93c
Rich Embroidered, Speen Busk $1.28
Ladies' Slope nats 36e
Children's Sun Hats 19c
Sailor Hats igc
Elegant Assortment of French Flowers.
iwn a ics .,........,.,.,. 5c
"" A1CS. 9c
Lawn Ties, Embroidered 13c
Lace Ties 9c
2-Butten Gloves uc
3-Butten Gloves lfc
1-Butten Full Elastic 12c
2-Butten Full Elastic Mc
Fine Lace Gloves 24e
Elegant Lace Tep Gloves 29c
Light Colored Lace Mitts 29c
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