LANCASTER DAILY INTELLiaENCra. SATURDAY. MAY 15, 1880.
corps acquitted themselves handsomely,
the City cornet band as usual talcing the
lien's share of applause.
After passing ever the route agreed upon
and escorting the Empire boys te their
quarters the parade was dismissed.
The Heek and Ladder boy's were after
wards the guestR of Al. Fulreer in his new
saloon and summer garden (formerly
Franke's) where a handsome spread was
set out for them, and they were in con
dition te de practice te snch a festal beard.
The City band were also guests of the oc
casion and there was a fine display of fire
works. Marshal McMellen' MUuap.
Just before the parade started, and as
Chief Marshal McMellen was riding en
Duke street, between Orange and Chest
nut, his horse became unmanageable and
threw him off, severely spraining his
right wrist and probably breaking or split
ting one of the bones of his hand. The
horse ran down Duke street te Vine,
where it was caught. Several persons
narrowly escaped being run ever, as the
horse ran upon the sidewalk a part of the
way. One young lady fell fainting in
front of Alderman Barr's office, and had
she net fallen she would probably have
been run ever and hurt. Notwithstand
ing Capt. McMellen's painful mishap, he
at once sent for another horse and took
charge of the parade.
COUKT QUARTER SESSIONS.
Adjourned April Term.
Friday Afternoon. Court re-afcseinbled
at 2J o'clock. The case of the common
wealth vs. Themas Chamberlain, Levi
Eckcrt and Peter E. Hess, charged with
the larceny of oysters, oranges and pea.
nuts from Stephen Lainber, at the Gap, en
the night of January 20. was resumed
The defendants denied having taken any
of the articles from prosecutor's wagon.
They allege if anything was stolen, it was
done by ethers, who are new fugitives from
justice. Mr. Eckcrt, father of one of the
defendants, testified that the prosecutor
had, en three liilerent occasions, offered
te settle this case, asking the first time
MO, the second $00, and the third time
$70. A number of witnesses testified that
Peter E. I less's character for honesty was
The argument in the case was net con
cluded when court adjourned until IS
Friday Evening. The whole of the even,
ing session was taken up with the argu
ment of the cases of Levi Eckcrt, Peter
Hess and Themas Chamberlain, charged
During the examination of the wit
ncsses the district attorney had reflected
upon Messrs. Reynolds and Urubaker, of
counsel for defense, for their examination
of witnesses who had been subpoenaed by
the commonwealth ; but who, it was satis
factorily shown, had been represented te
them as witnesses for the defense.
In his closing speech te the jury Dis
trict Attorney Eshlemau said that in mak
ing this charge he had simply been giving
expression te a principle et proicssienai
etiquette taught him by his lamented pre
ceptor, and that he regretted giving ex
pression te it, but repeated his opinion
that the conduct he complained of was
Messrs. Reynolds and Brubaker at once
sprang te their feet and denounced the in
sinuation as cowardly, and Mr. Brubaker
said that if the district attorney charged
him with improper relations with the
witnesses the charge was that of a black
guard. Mr. Reynolds also resented it
with great spirit and indignation. Judge
Patterson rapped and ordered them te be
quiet and sit down. They declined te de
cither until they had repelled the assault
made upon them.
Judge Patterson apologized for the dis
trict .ittornevs efl'cnsive remarks and said
. they had no greater significance than as
his own individual opinion. But Messrs.
Brubaker and Reynolds insisted en their
right te have the court say te the jury
that the district attorney's remarks were
Fer a time there was considerable excite
ment ever the episode hi the bar, which
was finally suppressed by the court. After
this breeze the jury was charged and ver
dicts of guilty were rendered, the court
having said in its charge that in passing
sentence it would take into consideration
the " sadness" of the case.
Regular Proceedings Resumed.
Saturday Morning. Cem'th vs. Lancas
ter city. The city was indicted for neglect
ing te keep North Prince street in a passa
ble condition. The chairman of the street
committee stated that if the case would be
enntimicd until Auirust the street would
be repaired. The court said that they
would de all in their power te break up
the practice which constables indulge in of
returning cases of this kind te court en
complaint of a fe x persons en the street.
The complaint should be general en the
part of the citizens of the street, te war
rant the constables in returning a neglect
of duty case.
The counsel for JehnB. Dennis filed rea
sons for a new trial, and the defendant
gave additional bail in the sum of $500 $500
Jehn C. Uieif, of Mount Jey, became his
The surety of the peace cases were taken
up shortly after court met and the jurors
Cem'th vs. E. Wellington Yundt, sure
ty of the peace. Careline. Ilartraiift swore
that the defendant bad threatened te kill
her, and he was ordered te pay the costs
aud te enter iute a recognizance in the
sum of $200 te keep the piece.
Commonwealth vs. Samuel Fowler, of
this city, surety of the peace and desertion
The complainant in the case was Olivia
Fewler,defcndant's wife, who testified that
he abandoned her and made threats
against her at different times. His
treatment was se bad that a daughter of
the defendant was obliged te leave home ;
although the parties live together -at the
present time, they de net eat at the same
table. The witness stated that she brought
the suit for fear that he would desert her.
Several ether witnesses testified that they
heard defendant make threats.
The defendant upon being called te the
stand testified that he never struck his
wife, who has thrown smoothing irons at
him. She is extravagant and abusive and
will net de any work for him. Witness
always kept a domestic te de the work.
The trouble with his daughter arose
from the fact that she and her
mother went te a store and bought
a bill of $280 without his orders;
The main cause of this trouble was that
his wife and child had been set against
him by meddlers ; witness has a great deal
of land, but has no money, and has no
idea what it is worth. He is unable te
sell the land and cannot obtain any money
The defendant was ordered te give bail in
the sum of $200 in the surety of the peace
case and te pay the costs. The desertion
case was continued until August term.
Sentenced for Attempted Rape.' i J3M
Charles Wilmer, colored, who was con
victed of attempted rape at the regular
April term of quarter sessions court, was
sentenced te pay a fine of $500 and te un
dergo an imprisonment of five years.
The applications for new licenses and
for stands against which there were remon remen
strances were taken up.
Martin Metzreth was an applicant for a
license te keep a hotel at Walnut and Mul.
berry streets, in this city. This was an
old stand for which there has net been a
license for several years. After hearing
the argument the court refused the license.
Jacob Ruth, of Brecknock township, old
stand. This hotel has net been licensed
since 1877, but since that time it has been
kept by a man named Brendell who was
convicted of sell liquor without license.
The court refused the license.
Gertrude Rupprecht, of Columbia was
au applicant for a license for a hotel at the
corner of Fourth and Walnut streets,
Columbia, which had a license two years
age, but it was refused by the court be
cause a variety theatre was run in connec
tion with the hotel. This license was
James S. Eekman. This was an old
stand for which a license was refused last
year en account of a remonstrance against
it. After hearing the argument the case
was continued until the third Monday in
Cuius te the Seashore.
Capt Ambrose Gable, formerly of this
city, and for some years past engaged in
business in Parkesbnrg, will leave Lancas
ter en Tuesday for Atlantic City.he having
taken stock in a company that run a line
of omnibuses at that favorite resort.
There was a great deal of disorderly con
duct in and about Brencman's court last
night, and the police were sent te quell the
noise ; but before they reached the spot
the trouble had ended.
We call special attention te our Superior Line of CORSETS, embracing the Most Stylish, Perfect Fitting, Comfort
able and Serviceable Corsets ever made.
LADIES, We call special attention te our line of LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S HOSIERY, which includes all the
Best Makes and Choicest Colorings of the Season.
LADIES, We call special attention te our line of Hamburg Edgings and Embroideries, Laces in all the New Styles,
White Muslin Skirts, Linen Cellars, Ruchings, Lace Ties, Gloves, &c.
LADIES, We are opening daily
NEW DRESS GOODS,
fn all the Choicest Styles, te which we invite examination.
All goods marked low te insure rapid sale.
Sun Umbrellas and Parasols in all the New Choice Styles.
G-IVLEE, BOWERS & HURST,
25 East King Street, Lancaster, Pa.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
undersigned lias made application ferthe
renewal of certificate Ne. 85.8U8 for 1G shares of
stock of the Pennsylvania Railroad Company,
issued te Mary Mulvaney, and dated May -3,
1872, the same having been lest or destroyed.
JOHN A. L.UILK.,
i duplicate or water rents is ? '"
nrttie f'liv Treasurer. FIVE PER
CENT, abatement will be allowed en all rents
paid en or before JUNE 1, ELcnASSi
mS-wdTu,Th&SR City Treasurer.
,...nm.- nc .IIKKPII WANNER.
K or Upper Leacock township, decease 1.
Letters et administration en said estate hav
ing been granted te the undersigned al I per
sons indebted thereto arc requested te mike
Without delay for settlement te the undersign
ed residing in Barcville.
en, rwu,"-UAH WANNER. Administratrix.
Wm. P. Amwee. Att'y, 138 Eat King Street
;?.:A v II mv : II.-.rAircnt. ml:-ltd&5tW
Gke. F. Baku, Her Agent.
A NEW INVENTION.
The scientific construction of the
PATENT COLORADO REFRIGERATOR
nreduees a constant current of pure, dry and
eoel air passing through the prevision cham
ber thus preventing the possibility of sweat
ing or feed becoming meuldy. Tins is conse
quently the only perfect Refrigerator .ecr
offered te the public. Fer sale at Ne. 20 East
King street, Lancaster, nOFFMEIEU
ltd Sele Agent for the Manfacturer.
We desire te call attention te our complete line of
LADLES, &c, &c.
The wife of Geerge Hunter, janitor of
the court house, died last evening at her
residence, Ne. 201 Seuth Lime street, after
a lingering illness of pulmonary consump
tion. She had many friends especially in
the lower cud, where she and her husband
resided many years.
Tiu nlntli iuuiiin.1 bull et the American file
company will be held in Rethwciler's hall en
Monday evening next, and will no doubt be a
pleasant atlair and be largely attended.
Imaeisc the feelings et a peer woman, who
for seventeen years has been bed-ridden from
Rheumatism, and suddenly finds herself able
te walk. Such wiis the experience of a lady in
Waseca, Minn., of whom the Rev. h. W. Bnch Bnch
helz reports that, after using the St. Jacob's
On. ler three days, she was able te get up and
A Stitcn in Time Saves Nine
is true of old coats, and mouths. When the
former shows thcllrjt delect taken "stitch,"
and always keep the mouth right by uting
SOZOOONT. It costs less for a new coat than
a set of teeth. KaWc teeth are net as pleasant
as natural ones. myO-lwdeed&w
HAVILAM) WHITE CHINA,
IIAY1LA5D BAM) CHINA,
HAYILAXD FANCY CHINA,
Always en hand and orders taken for same
and procured at
HIGH & MARTIN,
Ne. 15 EAST KING STREET.
Try I.echcr's Renowned Cough Syrup.
1 Ilen't Want That Stuff,"
Is what a lady of Bosten said te her husbsnd
when he brought home some medicine te cure
her of sick headache and neuralgia, which had
m:ulr! hi-r miserable for fourteen years. At
the first attack thereafter, it was administered
te her with such geed results that she contin
ued its use until cured.arid was made se enthu
siastic in its praise, that she induced twenty
two of the best lamilies in uer circle te adept
it as their regular family medicine. That
"stuff" is Hep Bitters. myt5-2wd&w
Try Lechor's Renowned Cough Syrup.
TJROPOSALS WILL UK RECEIVE! AT
I the Maver's Office np te 8 p. in., MA 17,
1830, ler digging out and filling in 54 feet, mere
or less, et wau-r trench en heuth Peruait
street. Bids must state hew much for earth
and hew mueli ler recic per cuyiu .
Trenches are te be four feet deep and two feet
wide, work te lie none miner "! ""
and subject te the approval and measurement
of the Superintendcntef the Water U erks, and
at the time he may direct.
PROPOSALS will be received at the same
time and place for whitewashing the lences.iu
side and out, around the grounds et the reser
voirs below ami en top, together with the tool
house, outhouse, telegraph poles. &c. The ; con
tractor te de the work well, te find the lime,
brushes. &., and te complete the same by Sat
urday, May 2, 18S0, under the direction and
subject te the approval of the Superintendent
et the Water Works. . . .,
PROPOSALS will be received at the same
time and place for the privilege ei using the
gnsi growing en the city's ground at the
re.-crveirs for 1880. ....
PROPOSALS will be received at the same
time and place for hauling pipes, &c , ler the
water department. Bids will state hew much
per ten te April 1, 1881.
ltd J NO. T. MacGONIGLE, Mayer.
In addition te a full stock et the celebrated Rogers Bre.'s goods, we have the exclusive sale
in this city ei the electro-plated ware el the U or ham 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:
" The base of tha 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 bas 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 tinsly 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 surface which will If net abused last mere than a generation. The object Is te produce
plated ware which shall have all the beauty or the solid wares. This high grade et ware is un
distinguishable 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 undeflnablc air or style which distinguishes the
genuine in everything Irem the work et imitators and which naturally transfers itself from
the Sterling te the plated ware." The price of these goods is only a trifle higher than""some of
the inferior productions.
H. Z. RHOADS & BRO., Jewelers,
Ne. 4 West Kias Street, Lancaster.
LADIES' DRESS GOODS
HAGER & BROTHER'S.
NOVELTIES IN SILKS.
NOVELTIES IN SILKS.
NEW SHADES CASHMERE.
NEW SHADES CASHMERE.
C-4 WOOL BEIGES.
6-4 WOOL BEIGES.
NOVELTIES IN SILK AND WOOL.
NOVELTIES IN SILK AND WOOL.
NEW SHADES CASHMERE PEKIX.
NEW SHADES CASHMERE PEKIN.
SILK AND WOOL GRENADINE.
SILK AND WOOL GRENADINE.
PLAIN AND LACE BUNTINGS.
PLAIN AND LACE BUNTINGS.
LAWNS AND CHINTZES.
TRIMMING SILKS AND SATINS.
TRIMMING SILKS AND SATINS.
LAWNS AND CHINTZES.
Figured and Dotted Swiss. Corded Piques, Victeria Lawns, French Muslins, Ladles' and
Children's Hosiery, Lisle and Kid Gloves, Laces and Embroideries.
PARASOLS AND SUN UMBRELLAS.
J9-WE INVITE EXAMINATION.
SATURDAY EVENING, MAY 15, 1880.
Washington, May 15. Fer the Middle
Alantic States and New England, station
ary followed by falling barometer, north
east veering te warmer cast aud southeast
winds, partly cloudy weather. '
WANAMAKER & BROWN,
Gentlemen and Beys' Outfitters,
E. COTCNEK SIXTH AND MARKET STS.,
We respectfully announce the completion of the new stock of
Men's and Beys1 Clothing for the Spring of 1880,
which has net only the distinction of being the largest, but has cost us mere pains-taVing care
than any stock we have erer made. We are net content unless each year finds us improving
and progressing, and 18S0 sIiqws the result of extraordinary effort te excel.
Te our long practical experience and commodious premises we add net enl y the advantage et
showing our customers the very largest stock, but the system of business originated
by MK. JOHN WANAMAKEii gives our customers every advantage m
making their purchases at OAK HALL,
When exhausted by mental labor take Kidney-eort
te maintain healthy action of all
organs. niy3 lwd&w
A precious gem is " Sellers' Cough Syrup"
has never been known te fail in curing colds,
coughs, and whooping cough. Price 2 cents.
J7. . Warner fc Ce., Rochester, Ar. 1. .
Gentlemen: I have tried your Safe Kidney
and Liver Cure for " Bright's Disease," with
which 1 have been alllictcd ter the last two
years, and it has done wonders for me. I be
lieve it is the only cure known for that terri
ble disease, and it is with pleasure that I write
this testimony in its favor. Yeu are at liberty
te use this In any way you see proper, te bene
fit suffering humanity.
Truly yours, J as. S. Phescett,
North Union, Ohie,
Shakers' Society, Cuyahoga County,
myl5-2wd&w Cleveland, Olne.
bells, salt rheum,
" Lindsey's Weed
If you have pimples,
rough skin, &c, try
Searcher." Sold by all druggist.
Doctors May Disagree
aa te the best methods anil remedies, for the
cure et constipation and disordered liver and
kidneys. Hut these that have used money money
Wert agree that that is by far the best medi
cine known. Its action is prompt, thorough
and lasting. Don't take pills, and ether mer
curials that poison the system, but by using
Kidney-Wert restore tha natural action of all
th organ. myiMwd&w
Soke Threat, Couch, Celd and similar trou
bles, if sufferad te progress, result in serious
Pulmenarr Affections, oftentimes incurable
"Brewn's' Bronchial Troches" reach directly
the scat of the disease, and give almost in
atant relief. niyll-lwdTTh&S&w
Try Lecher's Renowned Cough Syrup.
wrANTED EVERYBODY TO
YV tlsc, free of charge, in the Intblluien
ckr, who wants something te de.
T ANTED TWO TBIMMEKS AT THE
YV Wenger Carriage Factory, Paradise. Pa.
2ffC MEN WANTED ON WUIT-MOK-UUU
DAY te eat Jee Kautz's Ave cent
.... .Y...ii... ..n.i .i..i..L- i,ie tivi iiit. entree. '1 rv
The qualities and defects of goods arc stated.
One price and only one.
A thorough guarantee given.
Meney refunded if goods are returned.
WAIAIAOE & BROWN.
his fine evstcr stews. One deer above
K. It. Depot, North Oucen street.
RAUS! KAGS! KAGS1-BAGS WANTED.
Housekeepers take notice that we are
paying 3 cents a pound for MLhD UAU&.
Cash paid as seen as CKV,
aprJWmd Ne. 235 West King Street.
JTOJt SALE OK KEN1:
T IME FOB SALE.
10,000 Bushels at 2 cents per Bushel.
may5-4tdeaw&4tw GKO. K. KEE 1. Trea
Jb Twe very desirable rooms, Ne. H North I
unccn street, simaeie ieiji)iiuiii" 6""ji
lermerly occupied by J. S. Saurman. Apply te
The sccond'stery et Eshlcman & Rath
von's Banking Heuse, at Centre Square, and
also a room en second story, opposite the
Pcnn'a K. U. Depat, an Chestnut .street
B. F. KSHLLMAN.
f23-2td&Stt Atternev-at Law
TnE ambition of the American people leads
them te overtax their strength and completely
break down their nervous systems, impoverish
their bleed, and almost destroy their constitu
tions. Recover your constitution immediately,
before it is tee late, by taking Dr. Browning's
Tonic and Alterative, the great Bleed Purifier
and Bleed Maker. Pric 50 cents and $1. Fer
sale by the Proprietor, W. Champien Brown
ing. M. D., 1117 Arch Street, Philadelphia, and
all Druggists and Daalara ia Medicinea.
Try Lechci's Renowned Cough Syrup.
GujrDAKER. In this city, en May 15, 1830,
Kate V., daughter of Geerge and Sephia Gun
daker, in the 9th year of her age.
The relatives and friends of the family are
respectfully invited te attend the funeral from
the residence et her parents, Ne. 222 West
Chestnut street, en te-morrow (Sunday) aftei aftei aftei
noen at 4 o'clock. Interment at Lancaster
PUBLIC SALE OF HOUSES.
On TUESDAY, MAY 18. at 1 o'clock p. m.,
will be sold at public sale at the Merrlmac
Heuse, Lancaster, Pa., IS head et IndlanaCoun IndlanaCeun
ty Horses, geed workers and drivers; also
some fine steppers. A credit of CO . ays will be
given. ALEX McBUlDK.
THE OPINION OP THE LADIES WE HOPE HAS BEEN FULLY CON
FIRMED BY WIDE SPREAD EXPERIENCE THAT
Cheap MILinery & Trimming Stere
Is the Cheapest and Beat Plaae In the eity te buy
Millinery Goods and Kress Trimmings,
And we will receive daily New Goods and all the Latest Styles, and ladies will find the L: irgcst
Stock and Greatest Variety et Hats, Bennets, Ribbens.Feathcrs, Flowers, Silks. Satins, Fringes,
Kid and Lisle Thread Gloves, Laces, Embroideries, Tuckings, Puffings, Velvet Nccskties,
Ladies' White Tucked Skirts 50c. 75c and $1.00 each, audjtha Largest Stock or Fancy Dre-s: Jtut Jtut
tens in tha city. W constantly keep tha Finest Linw of
ENGLISH BLACK CREPES,
Only Ceurtauld's Best Makes and at the Lewest Prices. Alse, Crepe Veils in all Size 3, Crepa
Hats and Bennets constantly en hand and made te order by the best Milliners in the eity, as
w keep no ethers, nor no apprentices te botch your work, at
M. A. HOUGHTON'S
Cheap Millinery and Trimming Stere, 25 Jf. Queen St.
The Pennsylvania Movement for Its Keller.
Condition or Things There.
Senhcuy, Pa., May 15. The scene at
Milten this morning beggars description.
Nothing remains except the black and
desolate ruins of the once prosperous
town. The peepla spent last night in the
houses that were left standing, principally
the nail works and planing mill.
The entire number of buildings destroy
ed was COG, and only two places of business
escaped destruction. The vaults and books
of the banks were uninjured. The people
of the town are almost entirely destitute.
Previsions have been pouring into the
town from the surrounding country.
The body of the strange man who was
burned te death v-as identified this morn
ing. He was 85 years old and was attempt
ing te save the stable of the poorhouse.
The principal losses areas fellows : Wm
Raber, tanner, $135,000 ; Herner Schreher
& Ce., $75,000 ; Academy of Music, $30,
000 ; E. Kreuser & Brether, $8,000, in
sured for $3,000 ; C. B. Kreuser, shoe
manufacturer, $0,000, insured for $2,000 ;
R. Smith, furniture, $3,500, insured for
$1,500; car shops, $200,000, insured
for $70,000 ; Huff Heuse, $35,000 ;
insurance $15,000; U. S. Hetel,
$10,000 ; Broadway Heuse, $20,000 ; Cyrus
Brown, druggist, $30,000 ; A. L. "Wagner
$80,000, insurance, $40,000 ; Swartz's mar
ble yard, $15,000, insurance, $10,000.
Matenian office, $5,000, insurance, $2,500 ;
Independent office, $G,000, insurance, $700;
J. F. Gauger & Sen, clothiers, $20,000, in
surance, $5,000 ; Haag, hardware, $5,000,
insurance, $1,200 ; Sam'l Dreifus, cle th
ing, $6,000, insurance, $3,000; Philip
Henry, clothing, $4,000, insurance, $2,000;
Oppcnheimcr, notions, $0,000, insurance,
S2.000 : Rice, clothing, $4,000, insurance,
$3,000 ; G. Brown, butcher, $20,000, no
insurance ; ex-Senater Bound's residence,
The churches destroyed and the losses
thereon are as fellows : Reformed, $18,000;
Catholic, $10,000; Baptist, $15,000 ; Meth
odist, $15,000 ; Cevenanters, $8,000 ;
Evangelical, $6,000 ; Presbyterian, $10,
000, insured for $4,000.
The insurance companies, represented by
two agents, lese as fellows : American of
Philadelphia, $100,000; Girard, $75,-
000 ; Phcenix of Louden, $50,000 ;
Lycoming, $100,000 ; Fire association
of Philadelphia, $29,000; Farmers
of Yerk, $24,000 ; Franklin, -J4u,uuu .
North American, $40,000 ; iEtna, $125,000 ;
and two Danville companies, $13,000. The
aggregate less is new estimated at $1,000,-
Mayer Stokley, of Philadelphia, had a
citizens' meeting at hisefficc at neon te-day
and raised $3,380 en the spot for the Mil.
ten sufferers. Anether meeting is called
Gov. Heyt in another appeal te the
people of the commonwealth says :
"Although liberal contributions have
been made te Milten, the ad
vices are that they will be exhausted seen.
Knives, forks, coffee pets, clothing and
blankets are most needed. The emergency
is very pressing. They will give twice
who will give at once."
Mew Yerk Market.
New Tork, May 15. Fleur State and West
ern very dull and in buyers' favor;
superfine state $4 0U4 83 ; extra de $4 35
4 90; choice de U 95Q5 00; fancy
$5 036 00: round hoop Ohie $5 005 75:
choice de f5 80i 75 ; snperfine western 4 00$)
4 (5; common te geed extra de 4 350490;
choice dodo $5 00:87 00; choice white wheat de
(4 855 25; "Southern dull antl unchanged ;
common te fair extra $5 25g!t W ; geed te choice
de $5 657 00.
Wheat Spring dull and nominally lower;
winter heavy anil JCUc lewer: Ne. 1 White
May, 1 27.: Ne. -r feed. May, II 33ytl 34 ; de
June $1 271 '-7k.
Cern heavy and about c lower; Mixed
western spot, SOJOiS'-iKc ; le future 49g5Ic.
Oats steady; Ne. 2 May 42c; de June 40ifc:
State i:tVMi ; Western 42c.
Beef Jlull and prices unchanged.
Perk firmer ; new mess $1750.
Lard quiet and firm; steam rendered 17 C8.
Whisky dull ; Western $1 OSQl 09.
Spirits of turpentine dull at 44(e!4."c.
PHiLADnt.PHiA.May 15.-Fleurdull butsteady;
superfine $3 O.g.ieO; extra at ft Otiiii 75: Ohie
and Indiana family at $5 50t 25: Pcnn'a
family $.r 23g5 73 ; St. Leuis family J5 753G 23 ;
Minnesota family ISSSfit! 25; patent and high
Uye flour at $4'504 75.
Cerumeal Braiuly wine unchanged.
Wheat easier : Ne. 2 Western Ked $1 31 ;
Pa. Bed $1 32 1 23; Amber $1 331 31.
Cern firm; steamer 52c: yellow 51c; mixed
Oats firm and scarce; Southern and Pcnn'a
while 48c ; Western de 4flM47e ; Western mix
ed 46e ; Ne. 2 mixed 41J42)c.
Bye firm ; Western and Pu. 88c.
Previsions firm ; miss perk at $11 50 ;
beef hams $10 50; India mess beet 1818 50;
bacon smoked shoulders 5c ; salt 44c ;
smoked hams lOQllc ; pickled hams 8)yyc.
Lard firm ; city kettle Tjic ; loose biuciiois biuciieis
CJic ; prime steam 7c.
Butter quiet and easy ; creamery ""'extra
2223c; Bradford county aud New Yerk extra
1b2UC ; western reserve ciini ai i.xin':;
de geed te choice UfSl."c : Bells neglected :
Penn'a extra 14gd0e; Western reserve extra.
Kggs quiet; Pcnn'a lie; Western 10c.
Cheese mere active: New Yerk lactery
1313c; Western lull cream, llc; de for
rnn.ADKt.riUA. May 13.
Pennali's (third issue).
Philadelphia ft Krie...
United Ces. of N. J
Central Transportation te. 4UiJ
Pitls. Titusvilie i.uuaie. ii;4
New Xekk. May IP.
N. Y. Central
Cleveland & Pittsburgh. ...JlOJf
Chicago & Ueck Island ir
Pittsburgh & Fert Wayne.. 118
Western Union Tel. Ce W)14
ToledeA Wabash 'M4
New Jersey Central W;
United-States Bends autl Sterling Exchange.
(Quotations by 15. K. Jamisen & Ce., S. W.
Cor. ai and Chestnut Streets).
Phii.adki.fhia, May 15.
IT..ltwl Sl.itiw JH'J
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United States 4's, isu, (coupons. .!!.' 7
United States 4's, 1907. (registered). .VhiH.
United States Currency 6's i;;.,.i.
Sterling Exchange www fJJU
HALL FA-TEllS, Cc
IBANDPABTIAVILL BE HELD THIS
JT evening at Schecnbcrger's Park. Alse a
picnic at the same place en Monday next.
Dancing will commence at 1 o'clock p. in.
ltd ADAM SNTDElt, Proprietor.
1LD HARRY, OHE ur uisiwis
Scouts, will give an cxniouien ui. jiish-
ler's Cerner, S. E. Angle Centre square, Satur
day evening, May 15, at 7 o'clock, and Wlnt Wlnt
Menday, day and evening. The entertain
ment is for ladies and children as well as
THIRST GRAND PICNIC !
Will be held at thu
ON WHIT-MONDAY, MAY 17, 1880.
Admission Free. Ne improper characters ad
mitted en the grounds.
By order of th
AKKKSU SUPPLY OF HATS, CAPS AND
Gents' Furnishing Goods, just received
at unusually low prices, at BEC11T LD'S,
Ne. 52 North Queen Street,
ltd Lancaster, Pa.
JAMES BROWN, DEALER IN STOCKS
and Bends, 64 and 06 Broadway, New Yerk.
Operations en marcin and by means of privi
leges. Information furnished en all matters
connected with stock speculation and invest
THIRD ANNUAL PICNIC.
"WHIT-MONDAY, MAY 17, 1880. '
Ladies arc respectfully invited.
Omnibuses will leave every hour during the
day from Centre Square and Knapp's Empire
GRAND MUSICAL AND LITERARY EN
TERTAINMENT. FULTON HALL,
MONDAY EVENING, MAY 24,
Fer the benefit et
ST. ANTHONY'S CHURCH.
Prof. W. J. Phillips, A. M.. late Professer at
Seten Hall College, will deliver his Interesting
"THE MODEL HUSBAND AND WIFE."
Music under the auspices of St. Antheny's
Choir. Admission, 60c. Gallery, 25c.
Tickets for sale at Miss Flynn's Boek Stere
Ne extra charge ler Reserved Seats. Bex sheet
THE LARGEST AND FINEST STOCK OP
BUGGIES, CARRIAGES, &C,
In the city, is te be seen at the Works of
NORBECK & MILEY,
PRACTICAL CARRIAGE BUILDERS,
COR. DUKE AND VINE STS., LANCASTER, PA..
JW COX & CO.'S OLD STAND.-W
The Steek includes all the
LATEST STYLES SPRINGS,
uch as the Brewster, Whitney, Salldee Triple, Empire "Cress Spring, Dexter Queen,, Duplex
nd Elliptic, and they will also make te order any style a purchaser may desire. Keipairing;
of all kinds promptly attended te. All work guaranteed for ne yer.
OUR WORK SUSTAINS OUR "WORD."
riiHE COLLECTOROF STATE AND COUN-
X ty Taxes for Lancaster City will sit in the
Commissioners' Beem at the Court Heuse te
receive the same, with 5 per cent, abatement
up te May 31, 1880, inclusive.
Hours : Frem 9 te 12 m., and 1 te 4 p. nt.
ml5-2td A. K. WAKFEL, Collector.
APPLICATION TOK rABDON.
Application will be made before the
Beard of Pardons at Barrisburg. en TUES
DAY, MAT 18, 1880, for the pardon of Jehn
Sebar, convicted of rape in the court of Oyer
and Terminer of Lancaster county.
rt-JtdeawB F. BAVM.
rPHKISS & WEGEK'S BOCK BEER O
1 tap to-nightattheNerthern MarketHetel.
Nes. 323 and 330 North Queen street, Lancaster.
ltd ARNOLD HAAS. Proprietor.
J ION BREWERY SOCK! BOCK ! t
SATURDAT AND MONDAY'.
My celebrated Beck Beer will be en tap at
my saloon and thesepf my customers through
out the city.
Geed Bayerlscher Bede en tap.
myl4-2td C. KOEHLER
The Afternoon' Telegraphic Adlce.
Five negrees and two whites were pub
licly whipped te-day in Newcastle, Del.
Forty heavy lashes brought the bleed free
ly from a negre burglar. A ten-year-old
lad get five light lashes for larceny.
New Yerk sports say the Ryan-Oess
fi"ht will surely come off in Canada en
Tuesday. They will leave for the un
known spot in a small crowd en Sunday,
and expect the mill te be ever before the
police find them.
Dinwiddie, Chesterfield aud Amelia
counties, 111., have suffered in their wheat
crop and tobacco plants from a destruct
ive hail storm. Thermometer this morn
ing down te 45.
-ITfE ARE BETTER VKEl'AltEI TO
'V Meet the wants of the people than any
season heretofore. Our line is larger than
usual, and in
we have the New Patterns ter the Spring in an
endless line te .select I10111.
of every description, in Cerner and Band, six
.....I u.r.ti f4t.ln llMlfrtll.
n f.oeds by the yarn in an ciunrs mm
s. Paper Curtains te the trade at Factory
the Newest, Best and Cheapest Cornice made.
Easily adjusted te flt any Window up te five
feet in width. . . ,
Curtain Poles, IK- Vi a"'1 - Inches, in Ebony
and Polished Walnut, Kings, Brackets, and
Fancy Ends Complete.
PIER AND JIANTEL MIRKORS.
Orders taken for any size at Lew Prices.
PHARES W. FRY,
Ne. 57 NORTH QUEEN ST.
Lancaster Organ IMctery
Without a doubt furnish the FINEST IN
STKUMENTS in the Market. Warerooms 320
North Queen street, Manufactory in the rear.
Branch Office, 15 East King Street.
WALTER A. HEINITSH
New Glass Reller
ON ALL FURNITURE. TRY THEM
15 East King Street.
Over High & Martin'f .
Alex. McKillips, Proprietor.
Alse Agent for Lancaster County for
CHICKERING SON'S Celebrated
A Full Line et Sheet and ether Music, Small
v . ...n Vlnltna
ments. Ac always en hand,
H. S. SHIRK'S
202 WEST KINO STBEET,
Has the Largest and Cheapest Stock et t
kinds of CARPETS in Lancaster. Over
100 Pieces of Brussels
en hand, as low as 1.00 and upwards.
Carpets made te order at short notice,
also pay 10 cents ter Extra Carpet Bags.
49Glv us a trial.
203 WEST KING STREET.
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