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Volume XYI--N0. 192.
LANCASTER, PA., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 14, 1880.
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MONDAY, APRIL 5.
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advance in pricesefallnewdesigiisin Woolens
seems te stimulate the demand. The run en
our novelties is far beyond our expectation.
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WALTER A. HEINITSH.
WEDNESDAY EVEN'G, APRIL 14, 1880.
THE WAY OF THE MR
GOTHAM'S LATEST BIT OF SCANDAL.
SliadewH en the Secial Canvas The Career
of a Fast Yeung .Man, with a Itrief Ac
count of Seme of his Meet Brilliant
Escapaees Shet Three Times
The "Women lu the Case.
PREPARING FOR TilE INVASION.
Cincinnati's Hetel Accommodations Dele
Rations te the Democratic National
Convention Already Secur
The Eventful Career of Mr. Lloyd Tha-nix-Correspondence
of the Philadelphia Times.
Three characters te whom public atten
tion has been much diawn during the past
winter no longer form a part of tlie social
system of Xew Yerk city The central
figure of the trio, Mrs. Gould Thorp, is by
all odds the prettiest, most dashing bright
est, wittiest woman that has been the sub
ject of club talk for many a day. The
ether two are men one, Frederick 31 ay,
who obtained cheap notoriety in a duel some
three years age ; the ether, Lloyd Pluunix,
whose caieer as a "masher" has been
marked by a series of scrapes and shoetinjr
matches which, while making him notorious
have also reduced his physical proportions
by taking away a bit of his ear, an end of
a linger and a slice out of his side. The
notoriety thus gained is emphasized by the
fact that in all the sheeting he has been
the target, and the shooters have been
three of the most beautiful and conspicu
ous women in the world. A few nights
age he became the target for Fred 3Iay ami
3lrs. Thorp. The affair took place in .Mrs.
Thorp's rooms, and the next day May and
the woman were en their way te Liverpool
and Lloyd l'hejiux was oil en his yacht
nursing the place where a linger hail re
cently been, and doubtless wondering
whose hand would held the next pistol in
It is only necessary new te name the two
women whose sanguinary attempt upon
31r. Phoenix's life have been ripples in the
cm rent of his existence, and the charac
ters in this history will be fairly bef 10
you. The first is Fanny Lear, otherwise
3Irs. Blackford, whose escapades in Eu
rope from palace te hovel give her an un
savory reputation, and the ether is 3Irs.
Heeeher, new the Countess of Peurtales,
but ii leader of the demi-mende of Paris
te-day. Fine let of people these, but the
fame by which they are known is se well
deserved that even the incidents which go
te make it sound like a romance, and if
they could be told in detail would out eut
Xaua Zela, and put a blush en semethin-rs
told by Petronius Arbiter. Streng state
ments, but very, very tjue. Strange te
s;iy, tee, all three of the women were once
modest little Quaker girls, whose youth
ful days were spent within the censerva
tive limits of Philadelphia. Fanny Lear,
who has borne the distinctive tiilu of the
Great Aspasia of Paris, was a daughter
of a Baptist preacher. She ran away fiem
home in her lifteenth year and became a
public woman in this city. Shediiltcd
te Paris, where her adventures became the
subject of comment in all circles and fi em
whence her fame extended the world
around. About four years age a scion of
the house of Ifoniaiiell', the Grand Duke
Constantine, was lifted into prominence
through the abstraction of his imperial
mother's jewels. Fanny Lear was the
woman they were stolen for, and it was
about the same time that 31iss Fanny or,
as she was also known, 3Irs. Blackford,
was smuggled into the Winter Palace by
her youthful but highly indiscreet lever.
The story gees that she was found by a no
less important chap than the Czar himself.
Certain it was she was found, and by order
of the Czar she was soundly spanked by
the palace guard. The punishment, dis
graceful as it was, was regarded as ample,
and she escaped Siberia, but was banished
from Russia. She came te Paris and there
renewed an acquaintance with Llevd Pluu
nix and the two weie married, lie gave
her slOO.OOO te be forever rid of her. But
before he came 3Iiss Fanny, in" a fit of
jealousy, sliced a piece of his side away
with a knife. Chip number one had fallen
from 3Ir. Phoenix's body. His vivisection
On his return te Xew Yerk he met
Philadelphia girl number two. lie found
her as Mrs. Becchcr, the newly-made wife
of a well-to-de liquor merchant. The
story of their association comes te an end
at the point of a pistol. 3Ir. Phoenix was
walking en Fifth avenue, near his house,
when 3lrs. Becchcr emerged from a coupe
that had just dashed up, and advancing
toward Phoenix, said : ' Lloyd, I hear you
are going te Europe. Is it te yet nd of
nie'."' "lam going te Europe," here
plied petulantly. "Then take that,"
screamed the frantic woman, as she drew
a pistol and lircd at him. The woman
sprang into her carriage and was oil". The
bullet carried away the rim of Mr. Phoe
nix's right ear. Chip number two had
fallen from Mr. Phemix's body. The vivi
section was continuing. Of 3Irs. Becch
er's origin little is known, but her success
in her late years in making herself noto
rious amply compensated ler the absence
of her early history. The years slip by and
Lloyd Phoenix continues his conquests
among women, especially these in matri
monial armor, without important results
until he meets the third Philadelphia girl.
She appears as the wife of Gould Thorp,
who is net without a history that properly
falls in here. He hails from Xew Haven,
whence he came some twenty years age
with $100,000 te spend in the metropeK
He spent it. He had his lling with a
young I'luladelphia lady, by whose agency
he became acquainted with 3Iiss Weed, a
dashing young Quakeress. The young
Philadelphia girl whose name is first men
tioned in this connection passed into in
famy and oblivion, and 3Iiss Weed became
Mrs. Thorp. Pretty and bad was 3Irs.
Thorp, and her heart went out te a con
genial person when it was lent te Lloyd
Phccnix a few mouths afterward. She is
psctty yet, because she is only twenty-six
years old, and time nor dissipation has net
yet worked its complete influence. She is
petite, has light-brown hair, hazel eyes,
large mobile mouth and teeth like (te use
the simile whose age commends it) pearl.
Her costumes are a marvel of taste ; she
knows hew te wear her dresses, tee,
which, by the way, come from Werth. At
the Arien, Liederkranz ard French balls,
she was an important figure, and en the
read, behind her own team, she was seen
every day last winter.
About a year age Thorp began te hear
of 3Irs. Thorp's meetings with Lloyd
Phoenix and had a watch put upon her
movements, resulting in detecting the pair
in each ether's embraces. A divorce suit
followed. The affidavits that were get to
gether te carry it te a successful issue were
ruled out of court as improper. That's
what the examiner or referee called it in
issuing the order, but really they were
shocking in their bold indecency, and
Chief Justice Daly, who saw them afterward
before affirming the referee's report, says
they made his hair te stand en end. One
link in the story was furnished by the
coachman, wne, reasoning lrem the
fact that Lloyd Phoenix often joined
madame in her carriage in the park,
concluding that something was going
en. In this view the court coincided, but
pending the decision 3Irs. Thorp brought
a cress-suit and delayed the final action
against her by manipulating the machin
ery of the law. In this divorce suit Mr.
Phoenix, of course, appeared as correspon
dent and his social existence was imper
iled. As owner of the yacht Intrepid, of
the Xew Yerk yacht club, member of all
the swell clubs, and with tremendous
wealth at his control, he had net entrance
te the violet boudoirs nor the companion
ship of the fair-skinned and aristocratic
dames of Murray Hill. He sought te
break off the association with Mrs. Thorp.
She wouldn't have it. On one hand, she
would lest her husband ; en the ether, &he
would lese Phoenix if she hesitated. Thus,
between Scylla and Charbydis, she objected
te being let down without pretest.
One day he came for his letters, which
she had said he could have by calling for.
A stormy interview followed, and as the
.affair was made public in police court pro
ceedings, it would appear that it was Phoe
nix who drew the pistol this time and at
tempted te sheet her. She had him ar
rested and he gave bends te keep the peace
for six months, without explaining that it
was, in fact, she who drew tlie weapon,
and while attempting, with undisciplined
hand, te snuff his life light, he wrested it
from her. Such, however, was indeed the
case, for she has told and written it se
since. The next day after the hearing befete
the police magistrate, 3Ir. Phoenix sought
the seclusion that the cabin of his yacht
granted and sailed te a Southern sea.lt was
about this time that Mrs. Thorp concluded
te write a book. Hitherto she had appeared
in paint as the authoress of some delight
ful little poems, some of which I have seen
copied into the columns of many news
papers in the land. They gave her tiie
reputation of being a writer and a poet of
taste and feeling. She was net. A news
paper writer, whose brains were in the
market at a much lower price than they
should have been, was the lady's poet and
he sold her net only his poems, but his
claim te them until there came a day when
he pushed his poems into his pocket and
plumped himself at her feet and voiced the
passion in his heart in tones of love. The
lady laughed at bun at first, but he,
wrought te desperation, threatened
her poetry with exposure, and she
temporized with him. He became her
faithful slave, but lives te knew and con
gratulate himself that his threats and hi
love were alike fruitless. The poet wrote
the book, but it has never been published.
I have read the manuscript. It would
make a sensation, such as has net throbbed
the heart of Jlurray Hill for many a day if
it wcie. The writer of it tells me that
Mrs. Thorp's eccentricities were illustrated
in the writing of the book. One day she
wanted something told in it that would
make Mrs. B. unhappy ; the next day it
was in a different vein she wanted her lit
erature drawn in, until finally came a time
she would have naught of it all, and aban
doned all idea of its publication.
Last winter's round of balls affeided
3Ir.--. Thorp the opportunity te indulge her
wild bent of dissipation and extravagance
at its height. Lloyd Pluunix was her
frequent companion, Fred May was never
fiem her side when she was seen in publ'c,
while the jennnasne dure fluttering around
her brought thejr offerings of diamonds,
checks and suppers, and like moths get
scorched in the brilliant flame of the flick
ering fickle woman's changing fancies.
She led the fast world,and petite seiryei in
her luxuriant suite of rooms in' West
Twenty-eighth street furnished rare scenes
of dissipation and extravagance. Daylight
frequently marked the middle hour of a
carousal there ; but there was a
meeting of three only a few nights age,
which leads me back te the part of the
story touched upon at the eutstart. The
three were Fred May, who, like Jehn A.
Stevens, in ''Unknown," was "her faith
ful deg ;" se, indeed, he had come te be
known, although during the last year Mrs.
Thorp had a chosen escort in Dan Merau,
better known as "Dressy" Dan, of the
Union club, a very rich broker, and after
ward in Beb Silverman. With him she
was fairly icckless,and together they were
put out of the 3Ianhattan Beach hotel.
where they weie living as 3Ir. and Mrs.
Wright. The ether man of the party en
West Twenty-eight street, was Lloyd
Pluanix, as usual in the role of target, and
the fair 3Irs. Thorp was the hostess. The
servant has told the story of what happened
At first there was some constraint, but
there was also seme wine, and both
wine and constraint disappeared to
gether. Finally Mrs. Threp said : "Lloyd,
1 want you te show Fred 3Iay the
names of the women you have tattooed en
your legs." Pluunix protested there were
none ; but the woman insisted there were
some that theie were, indeed, three.
"The first is that of Fanny Lear, the sec
ond is Mrs. Beecher's and the last "
" Well, whose is the last?" said Phoenix,
tantalizingly. "My Ged, it's mine,'"
screamed the frantic woman, seizing a
pistol and leveling it at him. Fred May
drew, his weapon at the same time, and
the servant escaped. Her testimony is
taken up by the evidence of ethers who
heard three pistol shots almost together,
and the crowd that rushed into the rooms
found Mrs. Thorp fainting upon the fleer,
Fred may bending ever her, and Lloyd
Pheniix dancing up and down, holding the
part of a linger which one of the bullets
had left. Chip number three had fallen
from Mr. Phcuiiix's body.
Democratic National Convention.
Headquarters of the state. Delegations
Cincinnati ami the l'rice of 'Beard.
Although ever two months intervene be
fore the Democratic national convention,
yet many of the delegations have secured
their headquarters, and the hotel people
are already considering their ways and
means for providing for the thousands of
visitors the great event will attract. The
Gazette has the following notes about tlie
convention : The national committee will
be entertained at the expense of the citi
zens. Their transportation bills will also
be paid. It is estimated that the expenses
efthe convention will be from $12,000 te
$15,000, The money has beenalready sub
scribed: Of course the delegates will have
te pay their own expenses, or their consti
tuents pay them for them. As a rule pro
prietors of hotels are opposed at this
early date, te giving out the ar
rangements they have made with
the several delegations. Negotiations are
going en every day, but se far net a quar
ter of the delegations are proved for. The
Grand hotel has contracted with delega
tions from Ohie (fourty-feur in number),
Pennsylvania, New Yerk, West Virginia,
New Hampshire, Iowa, Michigan, Nebraska
and Connecticut. There are 325 rooms in
the Grand. Should the national commit
tee consent te have their parlor used at
night for sleeping purposes, it is expected
that the Grand will accommodate 900 per-
sons. It is net yet fixed whether the
national committee will beard at the
Grand, but they will have their head
quarters there. Owing te the small
number of rooms at the St. Nicholas,
and the fact that it is always crowded.
that hostelry cannot provide for any
of the delegates, except in the res
taurant line. The Xew Yerk banker,
August Belmont, and Speaker Randall
and W. II. Travcrs have arranged for
accommodations at the St. Xichelas.
Several prepositions were made te rent the
whole of the St. Xichelas's rooms, but they
were net cntertainad. A Xew Yerk party
has secured the second fleer of Xe. 232
West r eurth street, opposite the Grand
hotel. They will come with Mr. Belmont,
and are understood te be in the interest of
Bayard as against Tilden. This party will
arrive en the 15 of Juue, and they have en
gaged the rooms for twelve days. The
Gibsen house folks were exceedingly
leth te state what delegations thev
had made arrangements with. Their
house will accommodate part of the
Ohie delegation, part of that of Xew
Yerk, Tennessee, West Virginia, Xew Jer
sey and Indiana. There arc new 360 rooms
in the Gibsen, and sixty mere are being
fitted up. When Hayes was nominated
this house sheltered 1,310 people. It can
de mere this time. It is likely that the
Gibsen will be known as the principal i
headquarters of the Southern delegations.
Lptethc 20th inst. no prepositions will
be entertained from private parties dele
gations having the preference up te that
date. The St. James hotel has net, as
yet come te an understanding with any
delegation, although overtures- have been
made by Delaware, Michigan and Xew
Yerk. The general rate per day at all the
leading hotels will be 84, irrespective of
the location of rooms.
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by mail. 30 cents : three cakes 75 cents.
lu the Annihilation et
Pain ami Inflammation'
FtCCTRia1" the vitalization et
I.U.VIUIM lV.:ilr. I!iralv?i-1 nnil
Pi actCKS Painful Nervous Parts
Wlalfc and Organs, in the Cur
ing of Chronic Weakness of the Lungs. Heart,
and iiidneys, in tlie Absorption et Poisons
from tlie IJloed through the Peres, and the Pre
vention of Fever and Ague, Liver Complaints,
Malarial and Contagious Diseases, they are
wonderful. Get tlie genuine.
CUTICURA FOn SALE AT LOCHEK'g
Drug Stere, 9 Kast King street.
XTHOL.SAI.K AND KKTA1L.
Ne. 227 NORTH PRINCE STREET.
The ISest Fresh Roasted Rie, Laguayra
Mecha and Java Coffee always en hand. We
claim that tew Stores keep as geed an article
as we de for the money. It you want te enjoy
a geed cup of Coffee or Tea Uuy at
D. S. BURSK'S,
IT EAST KING STREET.
3Ncw Designs Fancy Chinese Business
Cards given witli each pound of Coffee if de
sired. rpUKEE-POUND CANS FRESH T09IA-
JL TOES at 12. 14 and lGc. Canned Cern at 14,
10 and 18c per can. Table Peaches at 22 and 25c
ter 3-pound cans. Canned Peas, Fine Apples
Pears, &c, at
D. S. BURSA'S,
Me. 17 KAST KINO STREET.
THE GRAND DEPOT
IS THE LAEGEST RETAIL HOUSE in the United States,
exclusive of New Yerk City. It carries DOUBLE THE
STOCK of any Retail Heuse in Philadelphia.
Buyers are Sure of Seeing the LARGEST ASSORT
MENT of Newest Goods. A System of Business is ob
served that Ensures PERFECT SATISFACTION.
A CORDIAL INVITATION is Extended te all who
The New Stock for Spring is Just Opened.
13th Street, Market te Chestnut,
NEW GOODS !
BOTTOM PRICES !
I All. SUIl & COMPANY
Have removed te STIUK'S CIII.VA HALL MJILDI.NU, where they have opened an Immense
Stock of I)lt GOODS, FAXCIT GOODS and NOTION'S, at prices that miibt command attention
SEW SPRING DRESS GOODS,
NEW SPRING CRETONNES AND CALICOES,
NEW SPRING HOSIERY,
NEW SPRING GLOVES.
S3-KVKUY DKl'AUTMKXT A SriiCIALTT, AT THK
NEW YORK STORE,
S AND I O EAST KINO STREET.
SPRING DRESS GOODS!
SPRING DRESS GOODS!
SPRING DRESS GOODS!
HAGER & BROTHER
Arc new opening N VAY Sl'KIXU DKLSS GOODS in all the T-'itcgt Shade.
NOVELTIES IN FRENCH DRESS GOODS 1
NOVELTIES IN ENGLISH DRESS GOODS!
FULL LINES OF AMERICAN DRESS GOODS 1
French Grenadine, i'lain and Lace Huntings, Cretonnes, Chintzes, Canten Dress Ging
hams and Seersucker. l!Iack Cashmere Silks, in all finalities, from 7.".e. te $1.33 per vanl. Celer
cd Silks, new shades, Trimming Silks, Safins and I'ekins.
BLACK CASHMERES, '
Of best make, imported in all qualities, silk Warp, Henriettas, Cicpe Cleth and Tamise.
Genuine Kill Gloves from 'i.tel button, in Uiack Celers, While and Opera Shades, Lisle
Gloves, 2, :J and 4 Kliistie, Li,h; Gloves Lace Tep, Silk Gleve, lilac!; and Celers 2,:; and 4
Klustic. White Geed-, l.ace Gemis, Hosiery and Corsets.
EDW. J. ZAHM, Jeweler,
AMERICAN & FOREIGN WATCHES,
Sterling Silver nnil Silver-Plated Ware,
Clocks, Jewell? aid Ami W Spectacles. .
We offer our patrons the benefit of our long experience in business, by which we are able
te aid them In making the best use of their money in any department of enr business. We
manufacture a large part of the goods we sell, and buy only lrem First-Class Houses. Kvcry
article sold accompanied with a bill stating its quality.
BFirst-CIasa Watch anil General Kcpairins given special attention.
S. E. BAILY.
S. E. BAILY & Ce.,
CARRIAGES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION !
Office and Warerooms, 430 and 432 North Queen Street.
431 and 433 Market Street, Lancaster, Pa.
We are new ready ler SPRING TRADE, with a Fine Assortment of
Busies, Carnages, Melons, Market Waps, k.
Having purchased our stock for cash, before tlie recent advance, we are enabled te offer
SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS IN PRICE. Wc will keep in stock IJUGGIES OF ALL GRADES
and PRICES te suit all las-es et customers SPECIAL BARGAINS IN UARKKT WAGONS.
Give ns a call. All work fully warranted ena rear.
BROWNING'S C. & C. CORDIAL,
Fer COUGHS, COLDS, BUONCniTIS, HOARSENESS, TICKLING or DRYNESS
of the THROAT, SORE THROAT, COLD in the HExVD, CROUP, INFLU
ENZA, WHOOPING COUGH, COLD in the BOWELS, ASTHMATIC
COUGHS, and RELIEF OF CONSUMPTIVES.
DR. BROWNING Is a regular!
chemist. His " C. & C." (Cough and
ut cenn Cordial
scicntinc research in chemistry and medicine, as Is plainly seen by the rapidity of its action,
and its unparalleled efficacy. Tlie expense in its manufacture is at leat ti ve times as great as
that et any ether medicine upon the market, and yet it Is sold at the exceedingly low price et
50c. & Sample bottles (for a short tlmtt only) 83c.
W. CHAMPION BROWNING, M. D., Proprietor,
117 ARCH STREET, PHILADELPHIA, PA..
49 VOX 1AXK BT
W. W. BAILY
and Dealers In
mAlIcInc. a skillful pharmacist, and a thorough
Is net the result of mere chance, but of long
THK PKOPJUBTOK AXD ALL DRYGGISTS.