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LANCASTEKIDAILY INTELlIGENCER. SATURDAY. MAY 29, 1880.
Flower Strewn Over the Grave of the Dead
soldiers Interesting Ceremonies.
Decoration day opened gloriously. The
weather was 'delightfully balmy, a cool
zeyphr tempering the atmosphere which
for some days previous had been uncom
The forenoon passed quietly, and there
was little seen upon the streets te indicate
the appieachiug ceremonies, except that
men and maidens might new and
fien be seen hurrying towards
Grant hall with bouquets, wreaths,
cresses, and ether floral tributes with
which te deck the graves of the fallen
heroes. Flags in v.irieus parts of the city
weie te be seen floating at half-mast, and
the banks and public offices were closed.
Bauds of music piemenaded the streets
playing military airs, and firemen in gay
equipments hurried hither and thither
getting ready for the parade.
At neon the posteffice and most of the
stores were closed, and seen after 1 o'clock
the associations intending te participate in
the ceiemenies of decoration began te as
semble in Centre square.
The Shiftier steam fnc company, 48 men
strong, maishaled by Iteid Fisher, assisted
by Chas. Fianciscus and Geeige Wall, and
havinghe Manhcim baud at the head of
the column, were the first te put in an ap
peal ance en the square. They were
dresicd in their beautiful new unifeims.
consisting of a fine red flannel shiit,
trimmed with blue braid, daik pantaloons,
black belt and legulatien hat. On hc
In east of the shiit is a monogram contain
ing the letter "S," in burnished geld
united with the figure " 7 " in silver. The
design is very pretty and was much ad
mired. The fue hat is of the usual pat
tern, caidinal colei, the shield in fient
being nickel plated, and having the legend
in gilt letters "Shitiler S. Fire Ce." On
t'ie back of the biim of the hat aie the
liguics " 18)2, " the yeai in which the
company was eiganizi'd.
running en the south side of the monu
ment the company in two ranks fronted
neith, and weie addressed by Maj. A. C.
Kcineehl, who, en behalf of the citizens,
presented the company with a bcautiiul
silk American flag with jellew fiinge.
Maj. Koineehrs address contained many
patiietic sentiments eloquently cxpies'-cd.
The flag was leceivcd en the pait of
the company by J. X. Geedman in
a veiy felicitous addicss, thanking the citi
zens, for the beautiful emblem, and promis premis
ing if evei occasion lequiied te de se, te
fall in its defense as had detie the biac
men whose incnieij it is prepei te-day te
The Shifllcr boys then moved up te Duke
street, and took their place m the line el
parade which was formed under the direc
tien of Commander McEhey, of Pest 81,
G. A. It., assisted by Majei Fasnacht as
aid, and meed off in the following elder :
Commander McEhey and Maj. Fasuacht.
Twe hcaies laden with fleweiswith which
te deceiate the graves.
Citiz ns' Band of Lancaster.
1'eslS-l, G. A. It,, el men in fatigue diesb.
Cel. 11. A. llambught, in cab.
Thiee coaches containing disabled soldiers.
Seven mcmbcis of the Monumental Asso
ciation. Eden Comet. Baud.
1'iotheiheod of the Union. 40 men,
Sun Fue Company. 20 men. equipped.
Ameiicau Fire Company, lGn e J, euippe
Manhcim Biass Band.
Sliiillei Fue Cempanv, 43 men in their
equipments, cairing their silver
hoi ns, decked with bouquets,
and be.u ing in line their
.splendid new flag.
V.nHti'Tucif s beni.iici.il association
(colored) 21 men.
Tlie c damn moved ever the leute pu
viniis'y i:;iecd upon, visiting iti tuinscveial
ccmctciiesand dcceiating with flewciseaeh
seltiicis' grac all of them having bjeii
previously marked by a small American
Fol'ewinT is the pregramme for tl i
evening : Pest P4 will parade te the Penii
syhauia railiead depot te n eet the 7:e0 r.
in. tiain and act as esceit te Oiater AV. 11.
Lambeit te the court house, wheic the
following pregramme will be eVcived :
Mnxic by 51. K, cluuc!i clieir.
l'mei by ifuv.u J.. lletipl.
Mibi li. cheil.
Oi.ilien liy W. M, I.mnbeit, of Pefct 2, G. A.
Muic by clieir.
Pest S4 will also attend divine sci vices
at Grace Lutheran chuich, when a seinien
suited te the occasion will be pieauhcd b,
the pastor to-menow evening.
The principal ceremonies, including the
decoration ntual of the G. A. It., weie
pciteimed eei the grae of Dr. A. F.
Heir, late of the Utli Pa. Cavahy, in pres
ence of a gi cat tin eng of people gathered
theie te witness them.
AH the cemeteries were crowded with
visitors, a majority of whom were ladies,
and many of w horn bore w ith them beauti
lul bouquets te deeoiate the graves net of
the seldicis only, but of ether loved ones.
Telegraph and Telephone.
The weik of erecting telephone wires te
connect with the central office in Bewers s
building, Centre .square, is pregicssing
rapidly under the efficient engineeiing of
Mr. Jacob Hatz, the experienced builder
of telegraph lines who 1ms been about
seventeen years in the business. Already
about thirty wires have been or seen will
be connected with the ccntial office. The
pi eper erection of these wiies lecniiics
gicat care and net a little courage
en the pait of Mr. Hatz and his assist
ants, as in some instances, for a distance
of several continuous squares, the w ii es are
can ied ever the reefs of the intervening
houses, sonic of which ait: steep and dan
gerous te clamber ever. Thus far every
wire put up works successfully. Recently
Mr. Hatz built a two-mile line for Mr. A.
M. Gaiber, extending from Landisville te
the Salunga mill, and se perfect is it in all
its appointments, that conversation cau be
lieaid when it is done in a w hisper, even
when the telegraph in.sti anient in the same
loom is noisily clicking.
Ninth renus3lHiii:i Caialrj.
The eleventh annual reunion of the 9tli
Pcnnsyhania cterau volunteer cavalry
-will take place at Hairisburg en Thursday
next, June 3d. All the members of the
regiment who intend going te the ic ic
linieu will meet at the Pennsylvania lail lail
read depot en the day above named. It is
expected that Lancaster and Mt. Jey will
turn out a stieng delegation. Cels. D. H.
Jiimmel, E. G. Savage and Capt. II. K.
Myers constitute the committee of ar
rangements, and they aie making exten
sive preparations te make the eleventh
annual icuuien a grand saccess. The ora
tor of the occasion will be Capt. H. K.
Myers, of Lykans, Pa. A. F. Shenck, esq.,
has charge of the arrangements here.
Census Supervisor Snowden.
Prof. II. C. Snowden was in Lancaster
te-day, callcd-hither by the news that two
of his appointees as census enumerators
were in jail. lie expresses great surprise
at the discovery that any of his appoint
ments are offensive te the public. He says
the specially objection tble ones were high
ly recemme.ided, and their applications
gave evidence of fitness. Miller's was
notably well written and composed. He
thinks he may have been imposed upon
and repeats that he was net guided by po
litical considerations in his selections.
He made close inquiries te day about the
objections te Miller, Powell and Snyder ;
and also about ether persons who had been
applicants from their waids, but he did nt t
say positively that he was going te remove
the "best workers' and substitute bettci
In the Eighth ward theie is likely te be
a redisricting, te elniate the piescnt ine
quality. The new line will piebably mn
down High street te Leve Lane and out
Leve Line te the ward limits ; se that if
Adam Snyder e en is letainedthree-feuiths
of the population will net be tin own iute
his district, as it new happens.
A Republican ittturu Judge Under Arrest
The work en the new posteffice is pio pie
jtrcssing, and will be icady te place the
new Yale lock boxes in their position next
The funeral of Mis. Maiy Murphj,
widow of the late David E. Murphy, took
place ycsteiday from the residence of Mis.
Allen Itichards. She was intcired in Mount
A. J. Kaullmaii, esq., and Cel. C. S.
Kauliman lelt town this morning for Chi
cago te attend the Republican conven
tion. The concluding decoiatien services will
be held te-morrow evening in the epei a
house, commencing at 7:30 shaip. no
services being held in the churches. Ce. II
will attend in a body. Alter piayer by
Itev. C. S. Geihaid and music by the Ite Ite
leiincd cheii, Itev. II. Wheeler will de
liver the oration ; music, dovelogy and
Pieiseu M. Ebei y, a defeated candidate
for the Legislatuie, was in town jesteiday
afternoon and hi euht suit bcfeic Squiie
Samuel Evans against Milten Mishler for
fi and. Mi . Mishler served as judge of the
Lite Republican piimaiy, held in the Thi:d
waid of Columbia. The alleged ciooked cieoked cioeked
ness in the Thud w.ud will new be triven
a lull investigation, and it leeks at present
if a liumbei of the best weikcrs who de
net live in the waid will also be implicated.
Let no guilty man escape. Se all "the
The commencement cxcieiscs of the
Columbia High school will take place ou
Friday evening, June 4th. at 7.110, in the
epeia house. Music by Keller's lull
eichcstia (fiem Lancaster). The names of
the giaduating class are as fellows : Misses
.Vila Hatiauci, Maine llershcy, Maiy Gor Ger Gor
eon, Hallie Wisler, Annie Hinkle, Jennie
IJaehniaii, Ma.ieStiaw bridge, SucNewlcn,
T. Annie Welsh, Annie Tierney, Maine
Hogentogler, Cauielleffer. EllieSeuibeer,
Leah Paine, Lillie Evans, Emma Kessler,
Cl.iiti Lehman, Lydie Skeen, .Mr. Luther
Silneedcr, Mr. Christ Suavely.
A Tamil of Opossum
Geeige Kiichner, of East King sticet,
has a happy family consisting of one old
opossum and nine young ones. They aie
verv lively and aie worth seeing.
Aldciman Ban had a case of diuukeu
and diseidetly conduct and another of
1 iieeny befeie him this morning, both of
w rich weie dismissed for want of evidence.
Te Philadelphia and foiling Reach.
Although 110 exclusions aie te be run
hence te Philadelphia this season the ex
cursion te Cellins' Beach via Philadelphia
011 Tuesday net eflers all the advantages
of a Philadelphia exclusion, besides the
upturn of a pleasant beat ride and sojourn
by the sea side The faie fei the leund
trip has been lixed at $2.25. Poisons who
de net vti-.1i te go te Cellins' Beach can ie
in.iiii in Philadelphia duiing the day. The
ride of 50 miles down the bay, thteugh
Philadelphia haiber and past the navy
yard, is well weith the price of the ticket.
Cellins' Beach, Del., 55 miles from Phila
delphia, is an old established summer 1 esert,
with hotel, gieve, salt water bathing,
fishing, bath houses, &c. There is a new
wharf in front of the hotel, saving the long
walk feimeily neeessaiy te reach the
gieunds. Bcautiiul view of the bav. 3
te 4 heuis theie. Train will leave here at
G:10a. 111., ai riving at Philadelphia at 9. Re
turning, leave Philadelphia at 7 o'clock
p. in. These who intend sreing te Cellins'
Beach will take the elegant steamer
"Themas Clyde"' at Aich street wluuf at
10 a. ni.. letuiiiins about 5 n. 111.
An Immense Stock of Cellars, it
Willlam-011 & r'ostei,the entcipiising mcr
ch mt el La-t kingstieet, have just received
an invoice of 4'(l dozen of the latest stjles of
ellais ami culls fiem I.ihby & Sluei, et New
eik, v he in inutactuie these goods and have
a world-wide leputatien ler making fine work,
due et the windows el their stele is almost
tilled with cell.11- and culls et almost everj'
stj le und they are censtuntly adding te thiir
ahead- laigc stock. They make a peci iltv of
these goods, and persons desiiing neckwear
c in easil- be acceiiuund ited, as they have an
Immense stock te cheese tiem.
Picnic at M ell's Ilaln.
On Monday, June 71 h, Lancaster Club,
KnighUet PjHiia-j, will give their 11 rst grand
picnic at Tell's llain. These paiticipating ill
leuieiuber the very pleasant May Hep, given
by this club in Iteherts's hall en May Ii. and an
equally pleasant utTair is assured in the an
nouncement of their picnic. Seme two bun
dled ladic' invitations have been issued.
Threw away crutches.
Use St. Jacob's Oil.
Fragrant with delicious flower
healing balsams Cuticura fceai.
Telephone, Telegraph, anil kindled electilcal
messengers will till be utilized by the eiders
for sOZOD 1XT, which will le flashed and
sounded ever the vv ires. It is as w ell known
ubiead as at home, as a cleansing agent for the
Censumptivcs jram in flesh, strength
spiiits undei :i daily use of Malt Hitter.
Try I.eehei's Uenewncd Cough Syrup.
Brown's Household Panacea
Is the met effective Pain Destroyer in the
weild. Will most sinely quicken the bleed
whet her taken internally or applied externally
and theiebj ineieceit.iiiily HEL1EVE PAIN,
whethci chienic-ni acute, than any ether pain
ullcviiter, and it is wairantcd double the
strength el any similar pieparatien.
It cuies ptin iii the hide. Rack 01 I5eweli,
Seip Threat, Uheuniatisin, Toothache and ALL
ACHE-, and is the GItEAT ItEI.IEVER OF
PAIN. "IIUOWN'S HOUSEHOLD PANA
CEA " should be in ev eiy family. A tea-poen-lulofthe
Panacea in u tumbler el het water
(sweetened, if jneleired), taken at bedtime,
will III1EAK UP A COLD. A", cents a bottle.
Fer sale at II. P.. Cochran & Ce's Diug itore
Neith Queen stieet. Lancaster.
Undoubtedly w ith children, attributed toether
causes, is occasioned by Worms. ISUOWN'a
VEltJlIFUGECOMFirS,er Werm Lozenge,
although etleclual in destieying worms, am
de no peible iniuiy te the most delicate child
This valuable combination lias been success
fully used by physicians, and found te be ab
solutely Mire in eradicating worms. Twenty
flve cents a box. f lunl5-lvd&wTuTh&6
Try Lecher's Renowned Cough Syrup.
All the New Kinds.
DRESS BUTTONS !
All the New Styles in Pearl.
WE TN'VTTH TlTAMTKATinX'i
As we sell geed goods at lowest prices. As we sell best quality of goods at lowest prices. As we show the largest stock in the city.
CARPETS ! CARPETS ! CARPETS !
Largest Stock. Choicest Patterns. Lewest Prices.
GIVLEE, BOWEKS & HTJEST,
25 East King Street, Lancaster, Pa.
Late inventions, like the telephone and
multiplying slates, nil tend te 1 educe the
labor und -vexations et business; but nothing
relieves a cold, ceinrh or seie thre it, like Ilr.
Themas' tlectncOil. Tiy it: it is worth its
weight in geld. Fer Sale by II. 15. Cochran,
druggist, 1J7 and 17) North Queen strcel, Lan
The happiest results invariably uttend the
taking of "SUIeis' Cclebiated Liver Pill-."
5 cents per box.
Try Lecher's llcnevvned Cough Syrup.
".My Tormented Hack," '
i- the exclamation of mere tluu one peer
hardueiking man and woman ; de you knew
v liy it iiclies .' It is because your kidneys are
evei -tasked and need strengthening, anil your
sj hteui needs te be cleansed of bad humors,
Kidnej-Weit is the medicine you need. "It
acts like a charm," says a well known physi
cian, " I never knew it te fail."
We would leceuunend all te try Dr. Brown
ing's Tonic and Alterative, as it is a l'eifect
Bleed I'milier, Makes new Uloed, Kcddens old
ltloed, Knriches peer Bleed, and Gives Vigoi Vigei Vigoi
eus Health. The dose Is but ena texspoentul
for an adult, and smaller in proportion for
childicn, and it is exceedingly pleasant te
take. Fer sale by the Propiieter, W. Cham Cham
peon frowning, M. 1)., 1117 Arch-street , Phila
delphia, and :ill Iuiijgits Pi ice 50 cents
ami 1. my27-lwdw
J. . Jl'nrner A Ce., Rochester, .V. 1"..-
Gentlkveic: I have tried your Safe Kidney
und Licr due for "llught'a Dise.iec," with
which I have bien atlllcted ler thcliusttwe
jeai-. and it his done wendcis ferme. I be
lieve it is the only cure known for thittoril thitteril
ble disease, and it 1 witlipleiisuie that I wiite
this testimony in its lav 01. )n;i aie at llbeity
te use this in any v ay j 011 ''e propel, te bone
fit siitlcring liuni.mity.
Tl illy JOlll, JaS. S. PKE3COTT.
North Union, Ohie,
ShaUeis ocietj-, Cuj'iiliega County,
in 15 2vv d.Vv Cleveland. Ohie
Try I.ecIipi'8 Konevvned Cough Sj 1 up.
Physicians use Kidnej-Weit in regular
practice and pioneunce its action perfect.
Theie is a Benerai complaint tint v Mile
pi ices el commodities have uicic.iseil in -enie
c.is -s lifty percent., w.tfje- h ive net advanced
anywhei'e near 111 the-ame proportion. We
knew of no complaint in the shape of a ceusli,
cold, sere tlue.it. lheuiuatl-ni or nrtu.ili.i
that Dr. Theinu-.' Kelectic Oil w ill nut linmcili
atelj" lelieve. K01 -ale bv II IJ. Cochran, diug
Kist, 1 17 und !..' Neilh tjuicn street,l.ant.Lstei,
A Coceii, Cole, Cat urh or Mile Thre it rc
quiies linmedi ite attention, as neglect ortcn ertcn
times lesulis in some incurable Lung UNc.ie.
"Jlrewn's Jlrenchtnl Troches"' will almost in
vatiablj'give ieln t. Imitations arc oireied for
sile, maiij- efwhich arc injurious. The genu
ine "i?rei('t J'renchial Treelus" aie sold
only in berc. raj -15 1 vv dTTlw vv
ueus. pimples, and all mood ll-e.ise- are
cured by "Ilr. Lindsej"s Rloe 1 "vmicIici."
Sold by all di uggi-jt-".
Trj- Lecher's Itenewned Cough fcjrup.
"I Don't Want That Stun","
I what a lady of llosten said te her husbsiid
when he bieught home some medicine te cure
her of sick head icheund neui.ilpl.i, which had
made het miserable for fourteen j-ears. At
the Hist attack thci natter, it wasaduiinisteieil
te her with such geed results that she contin
ued its use until cnred.and was made se enthu
siastic in its praise, tint she induced twent j j j
twoef the best families in her circle te adept
It as their legular family medicine. That
"stuir" is Hep Hitters. myl5 2wdw
SEW Alt VE1STISE3IESTS.
VTAlIt AjnOSTltAWBEKirYVrSTIVAT. 1
for the benefit et St. Je-cph's Chuich, 1
commenced enFltlll YV.MAVSs, at 8V. o'clock. I
at Itethueller's Hall, West King strict, and '
will continue for ten days'. ml'Mlud I
Bcrgner ft Eiurle's snpeiler Laser licet
te-night at the Schiller Heuse. Neith Onccn
street, I'ETKIt I.OTZ.
STI5 WBEKKY Fr.yriVAfc.
In the St. Paul's M. E. Church, en THLI!S
DAY, r' KID AY and SATURDAY afternoon
and evenings. JUNE .1, 4 and 5. m2' atd
Persons net tegular subscribers te New
efkand Plilladclphi.i daily pap-rs and wish
ing them during the coming conventions will
de well te subscribe for them and have them
deliv ered and av eid the rush at the depot.
CHAS. II. HAKK,
ltd 35 Centre Square.
IINEN COLLARS ANI CCI'tN,
j MadebyLIIHJYftSPIEK, are bi coming
WILLIAMSON & FOSTER
having just received 4'0 dozen of their latest
stvlis. and made u line display in their cost
window, invite evervbedv te come and -cc
them. Ne. 3G E Abt KING bTKE hT.
i MENDMENT TO
CHARTER OF LAN-
J. caster Heme Mutual Fir.
Netice is heiebv given that application has
been made te thp Cem t of Common Pleas et
Lancaster county te grunt certain amendments
tochartcrefLancasterHoiiieMutii.il Fire In
surance Company, new liled in Prothenotarv's
Olllce, and motion ter decree granting the
same vv ill be made en the 21st day of June, A.
D. 1880, at 10 o'clock a. in.
WM. R. WILSON,
Solicitors for the Lancaster Heme Mutual Fire
Insurance Company. ui2G-3wdM,V&S
TENNSTLVAMA R. B.
AND COLLINS' BEACH,
On TUESDAY, JUNE 1, 1880.
FARE FOB ROUND TRIP:
COLLINS' REACH 2.'-!.-.
CHILDREN HALF PltlCE.
Special train leaves at 6-10. Reluming leaves
Philadelphia at 7 p.m.
Pel-sons going te Cellins' Ilcach will take the
steamer at Arch Street Whan, which leave-at
10 o'clock and returns about 4 o'clock. Ne
extra charge ter this be intiful beat rule.
Tickets for sal-- at allMationsalengthe route
trem Columbia te Downingtown.
I PUBLIC SALK
On SATURDAY EVENING, JUNE 1,
18S0, will be sold at public sale, at the King of
Piussia Hetel, (Wm. lkdz, proprietor.) Nes.
214 and 216 West King stieet, Lancaster. Pa ,
the following pi eneity, te wit:
A double one-story I5R1CK DWELLING
HOUSE, with one-sterv Itnck Rack ISuilding.
containing 7 100ms. The let fronts 88 feet,
mere or less, en Derwart street, and extends
back 150 feet, mere or less, te a 14-leetalley,and
has a w ell et geed w ater thcicen, situate Nes.
117 and 119 Derwart street.
Parties wishing te view the property can de
se by calling en the undersigned or at the
Sale te commence at 7J o'clock p. m. of said
day, when terms und conditions will be made
known by BAUSMAN A BURN?,
Real Estate Agenis,
Office 10 West Orange Street.
Sax'l Hbss & Sev, Aucf, m2G-edR
Newest Styles in Silk.
EMBROIDERIES! EMBROIDERIES! EMBROIDERIES!
Newest Patterns in Hamburgs. Newest Patterns in Swiss. Lewest Prices.
DRESS BUTTONS ! DRESS BUTTONS !
The Largest Stock in the City.
WE INVITE EXAMINATION !
A NEW DEPARTURE IN MEDICINE
The Excelsior liver
In a new curative agent, totally different from and greatly superior te anything hitherto offer
ed te the public. ItaeU directly upon the vital organs and cures bythe stiictly natural prece-s
of AISbOUPTIOX. It has pieved its efllcacy by the screiest tests, and is strongly recommend
ed bv all who have used It. Asa leincdy in initiations fevers, liver and stomach complaints,
irregulailties, nervous disorders, mental depression, lieadaehe, and oveiflew et bile, diOical
ailments, nausea and constipation, it lias no equal. PIUCKs Regular Pad, $1: Special hize,
$1. .0. Piepaied and sold by the
Fer Sale by Druggists.
"We desire te call attention te our
In addition tea full stock et the celebrated Rogers Ilre.'s goods, we have the exclusive sale
in this city et the electro-plated ware et the Ueiham Manulacturlng Company. These are the
bestlinisbed and most durable in the market, and in leceiumcndlng them te the trade this
company (whose representations are always reliable) claim ler them the following merits :
" The base of the Uerlum electro-plate is of nickel silver. The silver-plated wares mode upon
this base cenibip-11 he excellence of the solid sliver goods except the intrinsic value of the
sllvei itself. ue el 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 ou the surtacu
of the nickel base is reproduced en the surface of the silver coating. Thus nil the excellence, et
weikraanshlp which ha earned for the company lu leputatien as makers et sterling silver
goods is made trlbut iry te the production of 11 usurp issed electro-plate. The quantity of pure
silver deposited en the tlnely finished base exceeds that upon the best of foreign plate. This
wai c would be excellent and take a line polish without a coating et silver, yet upon it is faid a
i-ilvcrsui lace 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, ernaments and werkui uishlp are
made equal te these for which the Cempanj-'s bteillug Silverware has been se highly com
mended. Te these conditions is added the uudcHnable air or style which distinguishes the
genuiae in everything liem the work el imitators and which naturally transfers itself from
the fcterling te the plated ware." The priwet these goods Is only a trltle higher than some of
he infei ler productions.
H. Z. RHOADS & BRO., Jewelers,
Ne. 4 West King Street, Lancaster.
THE LARGEST AND FINEST STOCK OP
BUGGIES, CARRIAGES, &C
In the city, is te be
NORBECK & MILEV,
PRACTICAL CARRIAGE BUILDERS,
COR. DUKE AND VINE STS., LANCASTER, PA.
cej ft ces
The tock includes all the
LATEST STYLES SPRINGS,
uch ns the ISrewster, Whitney, Salldec Triple, Empire 'Ciess Spiing, Ilcxter Queen, Duplex
ml Klliptic, and thej will also make te order any stj'lc a purclucscr may desire. Kepuiiiug
of all kinds promptly attended te. All work guaranteed for ene ycir.
"OUR WORK SUSTAINS OUR WORD."-
S. CLAY MILLER
"DESPECTPTJLLY calls the attention of his friends as well as
the public in general te his Superior Stock of Old Whiskies ;
Gibsen's, Dougherty's, Gugrhenheimer, Hannissville, Overhelt
and Gaft's Pure Rye, from four te eight years old, which he has
recently bought from first hands for Cash, and will sell from the
original package at reasonable prices, at
Ne. 33 Perm Square.
The duplicate of water rents is new in
the hands et the Citv Ticasurer. FIVE PEU
CENT, abatement vv ill be allowed en all rents
paid en or belere JCNE1, 1SS0.
ni8 3wdTu,ThftSU City Treasurei.
GEO. W. BROWN, aet..
Ne. 14G EAST KING STREET.
Residence 21 Senth Prince Street.
J. K. SMALING,
THE ARTIST TAILOR.
Openig te-day of a large and belcct line el
English Novelties i
Trepicals, Serges and Rep Worsteds,
BANNOCKBritN CELTIC CHEVIOTS.
AND BATISTE CLOTHS.
SEERSUCKERS. VALENCIAS. PAROLE
AND MOHAIR COATINGS.
Linens in Great Variety. Wilferd'-. Padded
Ducks in Plain and Fancy Styles. A Large
Assortment of Fancy
Dnck. ana Marseilles Vesting.
All the latest novelties of the season. The
public nre cordially invited te examine our
stock, which we claim te be the handsomest
and most recherche ever ettered for the het
J. K. SMALING,
121 NORTH 0UEEN STREET.
Finest Quality in Linen.
WE INVITE EXAMINATION '
OLD SYSTEM OF DOSING AND
and Stomach Pad
ABSORPTIVE MEDICAL COMPANY,
N. 21 WEST CHESTNUT STREET, LANCASTER, I'A.
Send or call for circulars giving testimonials, 4c.
complete line of
LADLES, &c., &c.
jfen at the M'eiks et
A SPECIAL MEETING OF THE GUT
tenbuig Death Beneficial Association
will be held at 2 o'clock .Sunday alteinoeu,
May .10, at their hall ou Seuth Queen street.
Business of impeitance. Members are re
quested te attend. By order of the Associa
tion. OTTO IIECIIT,
TEsT BARGAINS IN
BLACK SILK AT $1,
Ever offered. Persons in w ant should see it.
OUR SALE- OF
Black and Colored Silks
This season have been unprccedentedly large,
ou ing te the large stock we show te custemeia
and extremely Lew Prices.
Of every description in all the various Fabrics
and Styles new in vogue.
Next Doer te the Court Heuse.
ITOR SALE OH RENT.
Twe eiy desirable rooms. Ne. 43) North
Queen street, suitable ter photograph gallery,
formerly occupied by J. S. Suurinuu. Apply te
On MONDAY, MAY 31. 1880, will be sold
at public sale at Ne 5.M Seuth Queen tieet, a
variety of Household Furniture.
Sale te commence at VA o'clock p. m.
Widow of Christian Strehel.
H. Shcbekt. Auct. m28-2td
IJUBLIC SALE OF VALUABLE KEAL
EsTATE. Pursuant te an order of the
Orphans' Court of Lancaster County, Pa., w ill
be sold at public sale, at the public house of
Philip Wall, en West King street, en THURS
DAY, the 10th d.iy of J UN E, A. D. 1880, the fol fel
low ing described real estate, late of Frederick
Reller, deceased, te wit : All that certain let
or piece of ground with a twivsiery anil attic
BRICK DV ELLING HOUsE theieen erect d,
situated en Marietta Avenue, Ne. 617, in the
city of Lancaster, Pa., containing in front en
Marietta Avenue 23 feet, mere or less, and ex
tending in depth te a public alley 9b feet, mere
or less. Bounded en the west by property of
D. G. Baker, en the east by property of Jehn
Graham, an the north bv the aforesaid alley,
and en the south by Marietta Avenue. The
improvements are a two-story Brick Dwelling
Heuse with Frame Kitchen attached, a well of
never-failing water with pump therein, grape
vine, anil oilier necessary improvements.
Sale te commence at 1A o'clock p. m. en Faid
day. when attendance will be iciven and con-
ditiens mode known by
VV.il. UUli A.VU,
ml9-3wdWAS Trustee in Partition.
SATURDAY EVKNINO MAY 29, 1880.
Washington-, May 29. Fer the Middle
Atlantic states, stationary or rising bar
ometer, north te east winds, cooler partly
cloudy weather, followed bv rising tem
perature. WESTERN MOLLIE 9IAGU1RES.
The Strikers at Leadvllle.
Denver. May 29. A special despatch
te the yeics from Leadville says there were
many rumors yesterday, but no action of
any consequence. Tiieiehave beeu sever
al narrow escapes from open eutbieak.
but the city is still outwardly quiet. Ac
neon yesterday the miue managers and
superintendents held a meeting,
and acting largely under instructions
from New Yerk, resolved positively net
te accede te the striker's demands. Yes
terday morning a larce body of miners at
tempted te drive away the guards at the
Chryselite mine, in order that they might
get possession of the pumps and by stop step
ping them allow the water te Heed the
mines. This did net result in a serious
rupture, but fears are entertained that it it
is only a commencement of violence. The
business men met yesterday and took
measures towards organizing a committee
of satety ; they also held a meeting I ut
night for the purpese of confer-
ling with all the parties concerned in the
strike relative te eilecting a compromise,
which it is thought cannot be etlected.
All the mines are carefully guarded, ard
at the Cluysohte and Little Chief breast
works have been erected, buildings ferti
lied and every arrangement made for de
fense. At present no violence is feared.
The vaulting in the porous white stone
pnrt of the St. Gethard tunnel has given
way several times and required timber
staying te prevent collapse. A granite
wall six feet thick, te suppeit the reef and
keep the tunnel clear, has been provided,
but even this gives way, and the course of
the tunnel will have te be curved around
the white stone formation, involving the
entiie reconstruction of the tunnel, and de
laying its completion until two years
Twe men named Kennedy and Forsyth
were di owned at Rat Portage, Ont., en
Monday while drunk.
Jehn M. Piegan's stable, ten horses and
twelve carriages at Ileldstcn, Mass., weie
burned by an incendiary lire.
Macanley fc Jarvis's exploded saw mill
mill was at Winnipeg net at Terente.
Te-day is observed as a general holiday
in the District. The gevrenmeut buildings.
District ellices and many business houses
James Russell Lewell, the American
minister te England, has leceivcd instruc
tions from Secretary Evarts relating te the
fisheries question, of a much mere amicable
character than the lcpeits presented te
The dinner te Supt. Buchrle by his
Reading friends yesterday was a grand
a Hair, characterized by their presentation
te him of an elegant geld watch, of "Lan
caster" make, with a chain and suitable
inscription. There weie toasts, speeches
and a hearty " Ged speed " te Lancaster's
new school superintendent.
Many churches throughout the weild
will celebrate to-menow, the 30th of May,
the Rebert Haikcs Sunday school centen
nial. FIKEJN BALTIMORE.
Ar.- lug Frem Ure Works.
Bu.timeue, May 29 A fire broke out
at 0 o'eleck te-day in the four-story waie waie
heuse, 181 West Baltimeie street, occu
pied by Geeige P. Steinbach as a toy
stoic. The file is said te have originated
from the spontaneous; combustion of liie
vveiks, and in a few minutes it was
through ail the upper lloeisofthe building.
Because of the inflammable nature of the
contents it destroyed the greater pait
of the stock. The damage te the hteek is
estimated at $15,000, which is fully eev- ,
ered by insurance. The building was dam- ,
aged te the extent of ijl,000, insured in I
this city. The fire caused 'i eat excitement .
for a sheit time, as the Steinbaeh building j
aujuiuy me uarroaeu netet.
Gene te Help Grant.
New Yerk, May 29. Themas Murphy,
Jehn J. O'Biien, Bernard Biirlin, Matthew
Stuait, Cel. AV. W. Bums, E. "W. Stough Stough
ten, Pierce Van "Wyek and Rebert C Mc
Cord, headed a delegation of about thiity
Grant men, which started en a train fiem
the Grand Cential depot at 10::i0 this
morning, te take pait in the National Re
A Famous Acter 111.
Jehn Bieugham. the well-known actor,
lies dangerously ill at his residence, Ne. CO
East Ninth street. Although perfectly
conscious and realizing his dangerous con
dition he is rapidly sinking, and his death
may be hourly expected. His physician
thinks that ew ing te his great vitality he
may possibly rally for a short time, but
that there is no piobabilityef his lecevery
California Pistol Practice.
A special despatch from Buena Vista
Cal., says: "Eaily jesteiday morning
two men James Reed and James Edwards
instantly killed each ether. They had had
some trouble and upon meeting each ether
they drew revelvcis, and fned two shots
each, when both fell dead."
Arbitration en AVaees.
Liverpool, May 29. Thearbitiaters in
the dispute between the deck labercis and
the employers letrarding the men's claim
for an advance of six pence per day in their
wages, have agreed upon an awaid by
which the men will receive the advance
demanded for three months, after which
the matter will be open for reconsidera
tion. " Came te His Death."
Pert LvuuTON, Ont., May 29.--Walter
McDonald struck Daniel McEmerlinc, of
this place, a blew with his fist en the head
from the effects of which the latter died
next morning. The coroner's jury re
turned a verdict that the deceased came te
'his death from a clot of bleed ledged in
the brain, caused by a blew given by Mc
Donald, whose arrest was ordered.
Uncle Sam Wins a Case.
Newark, N. J., May 29. Chancellor
Runyon this morning decided the Lewis
will case against claimants and in favor
of the United States government, holding
that Lewis was of sound mind when lie ex
ecuted his will and that he had no relatives
who could claim as legal representatives.
Law In New Orleans.
New Orleans, May 29. The district
attorney te-day filed an information against
live piiseners arrested as accessories te the
burning of cotton en the ship Iren Crcs.
The prisoners will be arraigned en Mon
day and the trial will begin next week.
WAMED. EVERYBODY TO ADVER
ttsc, fiee et charge, in the Istkllieei-
wne wants something te de.
RAGS! RAGS WASTED.
X Housekeepers take notice that we ar
paying 3 cents a pound Ter MIXED KAG S
Cesh paid as seen as delivered te
apriWmd Ne. 2S West King Street.
( RAIN SPECULATION
T In large or small amounts. $25 or $20,000. '
Write W. T. SOULE ft CO.. Commission Mer
chants, 130 Laballe street, Chicago, III., for clr
Ne quotations of Philadelphia markets or
stocks te-day, owing te observance of Decora
New Xerk Market.
Nxw Yerk. May 29. Fleur State and West
ern without decided change and In verj"
moderate expert and horns trade inquiry ;
supertine state $3 7394 30: extra de 94 2
t 75; choice de 94 80A3 09; fancy
$5 05Q6 00: round hoop Ohie 94 90S 25;
choice de 9&30650; superfine western 9S73
4 50: common te geed extra de 94 2349400;
choice dodo 94 8507 00; choice white wheat de
H 75J5 dft: Southern qnietand unchanged;
common te fair extra 93 25tf583; geed te choice
de 5 5057 00.
Wheat Spring dull and nominal ; Ne. 3 Red
cash and May feverish, excited und unsettled ;
ethers about steudy; N'e.2 Red cash 91 42sj
1 4GM ; May $1 U'4, closing at 91 45 bid and 91 4t
asketl ; June $1 2D; N. IWhlte June 91 .
Cern -4Kn better and quiet ; Mixed west
ern spot,e3aaiv;c:ilo future 4935c.
Oats quiet including Ne. 2 ter June 4040c ;
State );ac ; Western 43ift48c.
lieef dull and prices unehHnited.
Perk llrmer ; new mess 91760.
Lard quiet and Arm; steam rendered 97 tM.
Whisky dull ; Western 91 0801 09.
.spirits of turpeutlne dull at 44(45c.
Kkw Yerk. May .
. V. Central 124f
Adams Express Ill
Michigan Central 78
Michigan Southern )
Illinois Central luct
Clcvclaud ft Pittsburgh.. ..112
Chicago ft Ueck Island. l
Pittsburgh ft Fert Wayne.. 119
Western Union Tel. Ce J4
Teledo ft Wabash 2!i
Nhw .Jersey Central S6)
The best place in the city te bur Beeks. New
nnd second-hand, is at
Heek Stere, is and 'JO Seuth Queen St.,
Hew te Keep Coel This Warm Weather.
WALTER A. HEINITSH'S
And liv will inform you.
15 East King Street.
Over High ft Martin's China Hull.
Decorated Dinner Sets,
Decorated Tea Sets,
Decorated Chamber Sets,
Decorated Toilet Sets,
Decorated Berry Sets,
Decorated Oat Meal Sets,
HIGH & MARTIN,
Ne. 15 EAST KING STKEET.
Ne. 20. Ne. 20.
French Clocks. Ilrenze Curd Tables, .farda
I nici-H, Candlestick and services ut
Jeweler, 20 East Kins Street,
PBOrOSALS TO CONTRACTORS AD
Builders. Sealed proposals, endorsed
Proposals for the erection of a Scheel Build
ing," will be leceived by the undersigned at
Ne. 29 East King street, until WEDNESDAY,
J UN K IB. IcSO, at 12 o'clock m., for erecting a
ocheol Building ou the corner of East Leuieu
and Lime streets. Said buildings te be built
in accordance w lili the plan ami specltl catiens
of Frank L. Davis, architect, te be seen at Ne.
2U East King sticet, and the building te be lin
lshed by December 1, ISS The cemnilttei
will net consider any bids ether than these
111 ule by reputable and ceuietent master
builders, ami will reriuiiesatisluc-tery security
ler the faithful lulMlment of the same. Build
ers are required te name their security in
their proposals. Tre committee reserve the
right te reject any or all bids net deemed sat sat
lstactery. B eidcr et the Beard en Scheel
II. E. SLAYMAKER.
my:c&29 Chairman 11 ullding Committee.
PROPOSALS FOR GAS LAMPS AND
LAMPPOSTS. Sealed proposals for the
furnishing of the city of Lane-aster with gas for
the use of the Muv or's Ofllc-e, City Hall, Market
Houses. Station Heuse, &c, by the thousand
cubic feet, and for gas for the street lamps
per pest; lighting ami keeping the same in
goon order and repair for one year from July
1, lRse, in accordance with the previsions of an
ordinance entitled 'An Ordinance for the
Lighting of the City of Lancaster with Gas,"
uppreved January B, 187H, will be received by
the Lump cemmittece until a o'clock ou lues-
day evening, June 1, 1880.
mesuls will also be received at the same
time and place for the furnishing of Lamp
X'esis anu laiups ler lias, complete and rc-auy
for use, which may be needed during the year.
Pests and Lamps te be el same style new in
use. Bidders will give the length and weight
et the pests they ptopese te furnish.
Proposals will also lie received at the same
time and place for lighting, keeping in geed
order and reiiair, and for the furnishing et all
needed supplies which maybe required for the
lighting of the oil (otherwise gasoline) lamps.
Bids te state the amount per lamp.
The Lamp Committee reserve the right te re
ject any a'id all bids, and the success! ul bidder
or bidders w 111 give geed approved security ler
the fulthfiil perloiuutnceef their contract.
The proposals will also state the amount ad
ditional the bidder or bidders will agree te
extinguish such lamps as they will light at the
time required by ordinance.
Proposals must be addressed te WM. JOHN
SON. Chairman Lamp Committee, Mayer's Of
fice, Lancaster, Penn'a.
HOUSE EURNISIIINO GOODS.
We have new in stock the largest as
sortment of seasonable goods In our
line, such as Water Coelers, Refrigera
tors, Ice Cream Freezers, Baby Wagons,
Dell Carriages, Velecipedes.Fly Brashes,
Fly Screens, Fly Traps, Whitewash
Brushes, -Feather and Hemp Dusters,
Dusting Brushes, Sweeping Brushes,
Scrub Brushes, Garden Toels of all
kinds, Rubber Garden Hese, Fleer and
Table Oil Cleth, Tableware, Woedware,
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iren Ware, and
every article in the line or Housekeeping
Hardware. These goods have mostly
been bought before the great advance
in prices and are being sold at a small
advance en cost, at
Fliiiu & Brenemans
Great Heuse Furnishing and Steve Stere,
152 North Queen Street,