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LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER. MONDAY, MAY 3J, 1880.
GET KEADY FOK THE ENUMEBATOIt.
Powell, Miller and Snyder " Bounced" Be
plaeed With Better Men.
Suspervisorefthe Ceusus H. C. Snow
den, continued his inquiries en Saturday
afternoon regarding the popular objections
te lus especially offensive appointments of
Samuel Powell, of the Third ward; Fred
Miller of the Seventh ; and Adam Snyder
of the Eighth, as census enumerators in
thiscitv. His inquiries satisfied him that
the objections were well founded and re
sulted in the official action which is thus
communicated by him te the Intelligent
Adam Snyder, enumerator of 100th
district, part of 8th waid, Lancaster city,
lias resigned, and Christopher A. Oblcnder
is appointed in his place. Jeseph 51.
Kreider takes the place of Sam'l A. Powell
in 1.1 1st district, part of 3d ward, and
Jeseph CLirksen, that of Frederick Miller,
138th district, part of 7th ward. These
gentlemen weie sworn in befeie Judge
Livingston en Saturday evening.
It is generally understood that Sny
der's resignation was compelled and that
some of the local Republican politicians
vainly made a most earnest effort for his
icteutien, even if Miller and Powell had te
The new appointees aic well knevvnns
entiiely competent pciens ; Kreider .ind
Ohlcniler arc Democrats and Clarksen a
censeiv.itive Republican. They are all
well qualified and of high personal charac
ter. Mr. Snow den's action meets with
univei-sal approval among all the better
class of citizens, anil is contrasted with
Judge Patterson's te the disadvantage of
that great and geed man.
The Republican lietcis were dischaigctl
from jail at an e.nly hour te-day.
Messrs. Ciarksen, Oblcnder and Kreider,
together vv itli the ether city enumerator s,
begin their weik te-morrow. Citizens
may expect te be called upon and should
be icady te promptly give the necessary
infei illation. It is suggested that propri
etors of bearding houses and hotels either
fix an hour for all their guests te be en
hand te answer the interrogatories, or pro pre
cur e answers te them ami furnish the same
te the enumerators. Fer the information
of the general public we publish the fol
lowing abstract of the
Enumerators' Kllits anil Duties.
The instructions especially define it te be
"the duty of an enumerator, in the exer
cise of his authority te visit houses arrd
interrogate members of families resident
theicru as provided by law, te use great
courtesy aud consideration. A-ude, per
emptory or overbearing demeanor would
net only be a wiongte the families visited,
but would work air injuiy te the ceusu, by
rendering the members of these families
le-s dispened te give information with full
ness and exactness. It is entirety possible
for the enumerator te be piempt. rapid and
decisive in announcing his object and his
authority, aud irr going threuglr the whole
li-t of questions te be proposed, and at the
same time net te ai eusc any antagonism or
give any offense." The questions must be
arrsweied, whether it is agreeable te de i-e
or net, under a penalty of $300.
The questions are divided into schedules
and an. urged in columns under appropriate
heads. Schedule number one is the popu
lation, or family schedule. The enumer
ators must visit each family in every heii'-e
and set down the name of every man,
woman and child who, en the first day of
June, 1880, shall have his or her usual
place of abode theicin. Xe child hour
between June 1 and the day of the
enumerator's visit is te be recorded, but all
persons who have died between these dates
must be enumerated. The fust column
contains the number of the house, the sec
ond the number of persons in the family,
tliethiid their names, the fourth, fifth and
sixth their ages, sex and color. Column
thiiteen relates te occupation, in regard te
which the enumerator will need te ask sev
eral questions in order te get his informa
tion irr definite shape. Column twenty
four relates te the birth of each person
named, which must also be given accurate
ly. The relationship of all members of
families must be distinctly stated, their
civil condition, whether married, widowed
ersingle ; the qucstierr as te whether nat
uralized or alien must be airswercd by all
persons of foreign birth, and the question
will also be asked as te the phj sical condi
tion of cveiy inhabitant of a house, wheth
er active or disabled, maimed, crippled,
bedridden, deaf, dumb, blind, insane or
idiotic. This embodies about all the ques
tions which will be asked from house te
house, but schedule number 2, relating te
agirculture, contains a very full list of in
quiries about farms, stock, implements
and cieps. Other schedules l elate te busi
ness and industry, ethers agairr te railroads
and ether corporations, the object be
ing te get complete returns in regard te
every part of our mateiral resources.
Washington Borough I Inns.
On Saturday evening a festival was held
in the M. K. church te raise funds for the
pui chase of an organ for the use of the
church arrd the Sunday school. A hand
some sum was realized, and the organ will,
no doubt, be obtained. All present at the
festival enjoyed the treat and desire a rep
etition of it.
Lucas Shrrman, a former resident of
Columbia, but who left that place twelve
years age and located in Utah, has re
turned te the East te visit his friends. He
speaks highly of the climate aud people of
Utah, and advises young men te take
llorace Greeley's advice and "go West.' '
On Sunday afternoon Rev. II. C. Rccser,
of the Church of Ged, baptised irr tire Sus
quehanna at Washington two male and
four female believers. The crowd present
was net large, owing te the unpleasant
condition of the weather.
Death efAnctrevv Dougherty.
Andrew Dougherty, a well-known resi
dent of this city, died at the residence of
his sister, Mrs. Mary Eimer. at Ne. 23S
West Strawberry street, yesterday mer n
ing about half-past four o'clock, irr the 37th
year of his age. Mr. Dougherty was born
in Ireland and came te this country 29
years age. He served all through the war
arrd received an honorable discharge at
its close. Fer two years past he has been
in ill health, which culminated in his
death. 'He was arr anient Democrat during
his life and was always en hand en clectic n
day. He leaves a wife and two children
who reside irr Philadelphia. The funeral
will take place te morrow morning at nine
Returned te Court.
AldemianMcConemy this morning had
befeie him Jehn Rethweiler, charged en
oath of Callic Soulie, with surety of the
piece ; and Charles Rethweiler, charged en
oath of Matthias Matt, with assault and
battery. The alderman held both
of them te bail te answer at the ceuFt of
The Best el References Given.
Philadelphia Times. s
It would doubtless facilitate thetransac
t'.ens of the quasi political partnership be
tween several of the prominent machine
leaders of Lancaster, te enter into formal
articles of limited co-partnership for the
protection of gangs of Republican primary
ruffians, " the best workers in the ward,"
and all ethers whose lawlessness is in the
interest of the leaders who must cheat the
people te maintain their power. Tire fol
lowing official notice should appear in the
advertising columns of the party organs
at an early day.
Limited Partnership. The undersign
ed have leimed a partnership (limited) un
der the laws of Pennsylvania, in the name,
style and title of Eslrleman, Brown & Ce.,
for the protection of primary election
lietcis, "the best workers of the ward,"
and all ether criminal classes which arc
useful te the firm iir defrauding the Re
publican people out of the control of the
The firm pesjess2s peculiar facilities for
aflerding protection te the class of crimi
nals befeie named, as has been shown in
the case of the Snjder indictment and the
mere delicate but net less successful re
lease of Miller and Powell, who were hast
ened out of prison te accept political hon
ors this firm secured for them.
The firm respectfully refers te Hen. D.
W. Patterserr, assistant law judge for the
county of Laucaster, whose friendly offices
in aid of the business of the linn are pro
IJ. F. EslILEMAN,
J. Hay Brown,
J. W. Jehnsen,
General Par tnei s.
El.IVS McM ELLEN,
Themvs J. Davis,
Speeial Partners for Special Occasions.
P. S. The public aie warrred against
an opposition establishment, run by one
Mayer MacGerrigle. He is atr officious in
ter meddler and hires a let et rmpcrlincut
policemen te de his bidding. He has no
connection with this firm, and isiret recog
nized by it either in or out of court.
Esiileman, Brown & Ce.
X. IJ. The special partner must net be
regarded as irr the full fellowship of the
linn, and -business for the firm should
never be entrusted te them as principals.
They deal and epei ate with us only when
they cannot de better elsewhere, and will
cheat us or our clients whcncvcr'it is their
interest te de se.
EslILEMAN, BltOWN & Ct).
.Majer Griest Declines.
I.llllOI-. Is.TELn.irNCI It.
The Philadephia Touch of this morning
contains an indirect chaigc that the under
signed has been engaged in shielding and
protecting offenders against the law, and
makes reference irr this connection te the
Snyder cases, the release of Miller and
Powell, -who were sentenced by Mayer
MacGenigle te thirty days imprisonment
and released by Judge Patteiserr en Satur
day. A rrrerc brutal aird unmanly false
hood never was uttered. I have never
becn connected with cither of these or with
any ether similar cases, either directly or
remotely, and I pronounce the insinuation
of the Timet a wilful and malicious lie
without the shadow of a foundation.
Death efim Old Citizen. ,
Jacob Busheug, an old resident of Eden i
township, this county, suffered a stroke of
paralysis last Wednesday, from the cfl'ects
of which he died en Satin day. and will be
buried te morrow. He was about seventy
yearn of age ; a llicksite Fricrrd arrd ardent
spiritualist in religion ; an old time Aboli
tionist, Whig and Republican in politics ;
a farmer arrd veterinary surgeon by voca
tion, lie was widely known as a geed
neighbor, a man of maikcd intelligence
and of positive opinions. Peace te his
Alderman McConemy has men at work
crrlarging his office en West Orange street,
near North Queen. A deer has bcerr cut
through the partition which separated his
office from the adjoining room ou the west.
This room will be handsomely papered
and used as a private office by the alder
man. When the improvements shall have
been completed Alderman McConerny will
have an office at once comfortable and ca
The county comnrissiencr.s' office has
been crowded all day by taxpajeis, anx
ious te pay their taxes and thus secuic an
abatement of 5 per cent. te-day being the
last day upon which the abatement will be
The city treasurer's ellicc has also
bcerr thiengcd by persons pajing their
water- lent, the abatement for prompt pay
ment ending with the 1st of June.
Arrested and Kereased.
Wayne Shay, who has several times
beerr before the court te answer for deser-"
tien en complaint of his wife, and who has
disobeyed the elder of the court, directing
him te contribute te her support, was ar
rested by the sheriff this morning and seen
afterwards discharged, an agreement hav
ing beerr entered into whereby Shay's
wife is te receive from his employer a por
tion of his weekly wages.
Mis. Panel, wife of Timethy Fan el,
sexterr of Mary's cemetery, was prostrated
by a stroke of paialysis yesterday. We
understand she is somewhat better te-day.
Edward Kautz, who was stricken with
paralysis about a week age and who was
thought te be getting along very well is,
we learn, seriously ill, having suffered an
Pour Thousand Tobacco Plants Detdrejeil.
Seme unknown miscreant errtercd the
tobacco patch of Geerge Hernbergcr, 5Iil-ier-sville,
last night, and destroyed his en
tire bed of young plants, 4,000 in number,
by hacking them te pieces with a hoe.
The less is especially heavy at this time,
as it was Mr. Hernberger's intention te set
out his plants te-day.
Police Ofliieis lined.
Fifteen police officers were fined by the
maj'er te-day for entering saloons en Sat
urday and drinking beer in violation of the
mayor's lecent order. The only " cops "'
who escaped the fine were Chief of Police
Deichlerand Officers Stermfeltz, Ceyle,
Adams aud Killinger.
Surety of the Peace.
Before Alderman Barr this morning
Christian Shacflf waived a hearing and gave
bail for court te answer a charge of surety
of the peace preferred by Samuel Rankin.
A geed deal of excitement was created
en North Queen street, yesterday after
noon by i the erratic actions of a large
wliite deg, supposed te be suffering from
hydrophobia. The animal was finally de
spatched by a policeman in front of Capt.
Schuh's tavern after he had fired eleven
shots at him ! Where's Wild Harry '.'
Let no one fail tofcikeadvantageef the cheap
excursion tc-Hiorrew te Philadelphia and Col Cel
lins lieach. Xe mere delightful weather
could be wished for. A trip down the hay is
alone worth the money. Persons may net
agiin have se line an opportunity of going te
Philadelphia, feenre your tickets early. Fare
for the round trip $i 25. Special train leaves at
C:10, arrives at Philadelphia at 9 o'clock, return
ing leaves Philudelphi i at 7 o'clock p. in. Tl e
elegant new steamer Themas Clyde leaves
Arch street w hait at 10a. m., ret urningai rives
at Pliiln lelphia about 1 o'clock.
St. Jacob's Oil relieves bodily p mis.
Insurance Lesses Honorably Settled.
The -Etna nnd Phoenix insurance companies
of Hartferd, represented in this city by Baus
man A. Burns, completed the settlement of all
their losses last vv ek at Milten, caused by the
lutcfire. The ."Etna insurance company paid
$52,000, and the Phoenix insurance company
paid f 10,000. This is premptand honorable.
Shaving becomes an indispensable luxury
with Cuticura Shaving Seap.
The mystery has been solved at hist ;
Our teeth no longer need decay.
All troubles of the mouth arc pest.
By SOZODOXT they're swept away;
And jeungand old may smile secure
With lips and teeth se bright anil pure.
Xeiveus, sleepless and evei worked And ic-t
and nourishment in Malt Hitters.
-Mothers! Mothers!! Mothers!!!
Aie jeu distiubcd at night and bieken et
your rest by a sick child siidcring and crjing
with the excruciating pain of cutting teeth?
It se, go nt once anil get a bottle el MRS. WINS
LOW's SOOl IIIXG h KUI. It will relieve the
peer little sutlerer immediately depend upon
it; then- is no mistake about it. There is neta
mother en earth w he has ever used it, w he w ill
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 peifectly safe te use in all cases, and pleas
ant te the taste, and is the prescription et one
et the eldest and best leinalcphjsicians and
nurses in the United States, sold eeiyw here
i- cents a bottle. M7-1J d&wM, WAS
Try Lechei's Kenow rred Cough Syrup.
It jeu have scrofula, don't fail te use "Dr.
I.indsCT's ISloed Searchei." .-old by all dmg
gists Try Lecher's Uenew ned Cough Syrup.
We w euld lecemmcnd all te try Dr. Itiew n
ing's Tonic and Alterative, as it is a Perfect
Bleed Puiifler, Makes new Bleed, Reddens old
Bleed. Enriches peel Bleed, and Gives Vigoi Vigei Vigoi
eus Health. The dose is but ene teaspoon till
for an. adult, and smaller m proportion ter
children, and it is exceedingly pleasant te
take. Fer sale by the Propiieter, V. Cham Cham
peon Browning, M. I)., 1117 Arch Street, Phila
delphia, and all Druggists. Price 5(1 cents
. 11. Warner & Ce., llechcitcr, iV. 1'..-
Gkntlkmen: I have tried your safe Kidney
and I.icr Cure ter "Blight's Disease," with
which 1 have ben afllieted for the last two
jeais. and it h is done wendeis for me. 1 be
lieve it is the only cuie known ter tint ten i
ble disease, and it is w ith pleasure that I write
this testimony in its tavm. Yeu aie at libeity
te Use this in any w.iv you see piepc r, te benc
tlt sullering humanity.
Truly join , I'ls. s. PriEsteiT.
Neith Union, Ohm,
Shaker secietj-, Cujahega County,
mv 13-2w d.V V Cleveland, Ohie
Ti V I.eehei's Kenow ned Cough S nip.
Don't tSet the Clulls.
If you are subject te the Ague jmiiiitistbe
Mire te keep j'eur liver, beuel- and Kidneys
in geed f:ee condition. When se, j ou w ill be
sife fiem all attacks The remedy te use is
Kidney-Wert. It is the bet prevention of all
ni.il.iiliil diseases that j'eu can take. See huge
Ask for "Sellers' Liver
possess half their ntue.
Pills.-' Xe ethers
i'l cents per box.
held bj- all diuggists.
The Kidricj s aie nature's sluice w.iy te wash
out the debits et our constantly changing
bodies. If they de net weik property the
ti euble is felt ev cry w here. Then be w isc and
as seen as jeu see signs of disorder get a pack
age et Kidricj--Wei t and take it laithtulty. It
will clean the slui'-e-way of sand, gi vel or
Iime and purity the w hole system.
Tij' I.echei's Benewned Cough Sj-rup.
Statistics prove that twenty-nve percent,
of the deaths in our larger cities arc caused by
consumption, and when vve reflect tint this
terrible disease in its w erst stage w ill jieldte
a bottle of Leehet's Benewned Cough Sj-rnp,
shall we condemn the sufferers for their negli
gence, or pit j" them for their ignorance? Xe
9 Kast King street.
"I Don't Want That StiitT,
Is w hat a lady of Bosten said te her husbsiid
when he bieught home some medicine te cure
her of sick headache and neuralgia, w liich had
mads her miserable for fourteen j'eui. At
the lirst attack thereafter, ft was administered
te her wit li such geed results that she contin
ued its use until cured.and was made se enthu
siastic in its praise, that she induced twenty
two of the best families in her cirele te adept
it as their regular famity medicine. That
"stuff"' is Hep Bitters. mj-l.V2vvdA.vv
Tiy Lecher's Renowned Cough Syiup.
Wine for Females and Invalids.
It is well known that there aic cases when
the most stuet advocates et temperance are
obliged te use some sort of wine, especially
these who are old and infirm. Mimv weakly
females as well as invalids and debilitated pei pei
sensin w arm w eather need a little strengthen
ing wine. The gieat difliculty has been in pro
em ing a rich wine that is reliable. There aie
many cases where wine would be uued te gi eat
advantage in place et alcoholic dtinks it enty
a genuine article could be had, and upon
which physicians could rcty as being sti Ictl y
pure, without alcoholic admixture. The Pet
Grape Wine of Alfred Specr, et Passaic, New
Jersey, has been anatyzed bj- chemists in
almes't every statc,and has alw aj s been pi eved
strlctty pure and beneficial. This w ine is new
being used in hospitals anil in families for me;
dicinal purposes, also in churches ter comma
nien services. Mr. Spcer's mode et conducting
the fermentation is such as te retain the licii
flaveraud sweetness et the fruit w itheutmuch
fermentation te cieate stimulative piepcrties.
This wine is cndeiscd by Drs. Atlee and
Davis, and sold bj' II. K. slaj maker.
IIeutz. On the 30th inst.. at Ephrata, of diph
theria. Call ie, twin son et D. Rhine and l.iziu
llei iz, aged i j'ears, 2 months ami 10 day.
Funeral Tuesikry afternoon at 2 o'clock. In
terment at Ephrata. ' ltd
Douehehty. In this city, en the 80th inst.,
Andrew Dougherty, m the'SOth j'earef his agi .
The relatives and li tends of the tamilj are
respectfully invited te attend the funeial from
the residence et his sister, Mrs. Kimci, 2."i8
West strawberry street, en Tuesday morning,
at !X o'clock. Intel men tat St. Marj-'x ccme
terj. High mass at St. Marj-'s chin ch. ltd
McCekt. In this city, ou May 31, 1SS0, Mrs.
Ann McCeit, relict of Daniel McCert, deceased,
in the 59th year et her age.
The relatives and friends of the famity are
respectfully invited te attend the funeral fiem
her late residence, Xe. 603 East King street, en
Wednesday morning, at 9 o'clock. Interment
nt St. Mary's cemetery. High mass at St.
Mary's church. 2td
McGuaxx. On the 30th iiist., Patiick Mc
Grann. The friends are respectfully invited te at
tend his luncral lreni the residence of Mr.
Bernard Mulhatten, 502 Xerth Duke street,
Tuesday morning, at 9 o'clock. Interment at
St. Marj''s cemetery. ltd
Cl BAIN SPECULATION
T In large or small amounts. $23 or $20,000.
Write W. T. SOULE A CO.. Commission Mer
chants, 130 La Salle street, Chicago, 111., for cir
culars. . m28-iyd
We desire te call attention te our complete line of -
--! i - i
LADLES, &c., &c:
In addition t a lull -tocket the celebrated Rogers Bre.'s goods, we have the exclusive side
in this cityel the electro-plated ware et the Gerham Manufacturing Cempanj-. These are the
best finished and most durable in the market, and in recommending them te the trade this
company (whose representations are alwaj-s reliable) claim ler them the following merits :
" The base of tb Gerham electro-plate is of nickel silver. The silver-plated wares made upon
this bee combine all the excellence of the solid silver goods except the intrinsic value of the
silver itself. Oneef the remarkable features of the process et electro-plating Is perfect accu
racy and delicacy with which the finest line of the engraving or chasing, traced ou the suifacu
of the nickel base Is reproduced en the surface of the silver coating. Thus all the excellence of
weikmanship which Iim earned for the company its reputation as inakers et sterling silver
goods is made tributary te the production of uiisarpa-ssed electro-plate. The quantity of pure
sllvei deposited en the finely finished base exceeds that upon the best of foreign plate. This
ware would be cxcillent and take a line polish without a coating et stiver, yet upon it is laid a
siircr surface which will if net abused lest mere than a generation. The object is te preduce
plated ware which shall have nil the beauty of the solid wares. This higligradoet warers uu
distinguishable fiem work in Sterling silver. Its pattern, riiaments and workmanship are
made equal te these for which the Cenipaiiv-'a Sterling Silverware has been se highly com
mended. Te these conditions is added the undeflnable air or style which distlngnrshcs the
genuine in everything lrem the weik et imitators and which naturally transfers itself fiem
the Stcrlmg te the plated ware.'' The price et these goods is only a trifle higher than some of
he infeiinr prodiictieiw.
H. Z. RHOADS & BRO., Jewelers,
Ne. 4 "West Kini? Street, Lancaster.
Democratic County Committee.
The mei ibera of the Democratic county
cemmittc :ect ler the ensuing political year
are requeued te meet at Shebcr's hotel this
city, en MOXD AT, JUNE 7, 1880 at 10 a. m., ler
organization aud ler such ether business as
the committee mar determine.
W. V. IIENSKI.,
ml7-tf Chairman for lS7')-80.
DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET.
FOIl BCrBKME JUIXIE.
GEORGE A. JEXKS.
FOR AUniTOR OEXERtL.
ROBERT P. DECilEKT.
DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET.
Feri nrsTmcT ATrenxET.
B. V. MONTGOMERY.
VOll SENATOR (l.itll DISTRICT.)
J. II. DOUGLASS.
VOR ASSEMBLY (id MaTRICT.)
S. C. STEVENSON,
s. P. SHIRK.
KOR ASSEMM.Y ( Id DMTRrfT.'
!:. 1 V IS YUNDT,
.1 ACOB M. HAENLEX.
FOR PRISON IXSPKCTOIt.
BARTON M. WINTER
FOR TOOR DIRECTOR.
LANCASTER COUNTY APPOINTMENTS.
IIKI.IOATKSTO MATIOJfAL CONVKSTIOV.
W. V. HEXSEL.
C. J. KHOADS.
JAMES G. McSPAKRAN.
STATE COMMITTEE MEMUbllK
M.S. MOOR E.
1 PARTNER WITH FltuJl 83,000 TO
$5,000 wanted. Must speak both English
and tier man languages. A geed opportunity
ler a man et business. Applv te
BASMAX & BURNS,
Insurance and Real Estate Agents,
Ofllce: 10 West Orange Street.
On SATPRDAY EVENING. JUNE 12,
rtv-O, will be sold at public sale, at the King of
Prussia Hetel, (Win. Balz, proprietor.) Xes.
214 and 21G est King street, Lancaster. Pa.,
the fellow ing prnncitj. te wit :
A double one-story BRICK DWELLING
HOUSE, with one-story Brick Back Building,
containing 7 rooms. The let fronts 88 feet,
moieer les, en Derwait street, and extends
back 1"0 feet, mere or less, te a 14-leet alley.and
has a v ell et geed vi atcr thereon, situate Xes.
117and 119 Dei wart street.
Parties wishing te v iew the piepcrty can de
se by calling en the undersigned or at the
Sale te commence nt 7i o'clock p. m. of said
daj', when terms and conditions will be made
known by BAUSMAN A BURNS,
Real Estate Agents,
Office 10 West Orange Street.
Sam'l Hess X Sen, Aucts. m2C-cedR
PROPOSALS WILL RE RECEIVED AT
the Mayer's Ofllce up te THURSDAY.
JUNE 3, 1880. at 8 o'clock p. m for two hun
dred tens, mere or less, gie?s weight, of pure
washed river sand, clear of loam and rubbage,
delivered ou the hiding of the railroad in this
citj. Twe car leads te be delivered daily, un
der the elder of the Superintendent of the
Water Works. The bids must state hew much
per gross ten.
BIDS will be received at the same time and
place ler the hauling of the sand by the gross
ten from the siding te the eastern reservoir.
Te be unleaded when the Superintendent may
PROPOSALS will be received at the same
time and place for fifty thousand, mere or less,
of geed hard burnt and even shaped bricks,
delivered at the reservoir, subject te the ap
proval et the Superintendent of the Water
Works, commencing the delivery net later
than June 10, 1880, and as rapidty thereafter as
the Supciintendent may require, and te be un un
eoaded w hen he may direct.
PROPOSALS will be received at the same
time and place for two hundred barrels, mere
or less, of Rescndale hydraulic cement, et best
finality, subject te the approval of the Super
intendent et the Water works : te be delivered
at the recrveir at such time as he may direct.
The Committee reserve the right te reject
anv and all bids. Approved security in $300
will be required ler the faithful performance
of each et the contracts ter sand, bricks and
Bj- elder of Hie Water Committee.
JNO. T. MaiGOXIGLE,
m31jc2d Maj or.
J. E. CALDWELL & CO.,
Ne. 002 Chestnut Street,
lierte of Ceramics:
The Productions of all the Celebrat
Artistic Bronzes, Groups, Statuettes.
One price, always the lowest,
maikcd in plain figures.
Orders and inquiries by mail re
ceive prompt attention.
DR. VM. II. FAHNESTOCK
Having returned from the Seuth, h.is re
sinned his ettice practice, and can be found at
Ne.2J!)EAST KING STRT.KT.
ESTATE OF MICHAEL MAl.ONE, LATE
of Lancaster city-, decea-ed. Letters tes
tamentary en said estate having been granted
te the iiudeisigned, all persons indebted there
to lire requested te make immediate payment,
and the-e hav ing claims or demand against
the same will pi eseut them without delaj-ter
sciuemuii 10 mc unuersigncu. residing in
COL. EDWARD McGOVERX,
W. L. PKIPER,
WE TAKE PLEASURE IN ANNOUNC
ING the following low prices el our
Ceal, delivered :
Ly kens Valley Egg and Stev e $t.S0
Lykens Vallev Nut 4.55
Medium and Haul Broken and Steve 4 i'i
Medium and Haid Egg and Nut 4 35
All grades of Xe. 1 Pea !.J5
II. BAUMGARDNER & CO..
Miners and Shippers el the Celebrated Enter
prise Ceal m31-'Jtd
PENNSYLVANIA R. R.
. GRAND EXCURSION
AND COLLINS' BEACH,
On TUESDAY, JUNE 1, 1830.
PARE FOR ROUND TIUl':
COLLINS' BEACH, S.33.
CHILDREN HALF PRICE.
Special train leaves at 0:10. Returning leaves
Philadelphia at 7 p. m.
Peisens going te Cellins' Beach will take the
steamer at Arch Street Wharf, which ieav es at
10 o'clock and returns about 4 o'clock. Xe
ertra charge for this beautiful beat ride.
Tickets for sale at all stations along the route
from Columbia te Dowuingtewn.
AMENDMENT TO CHARTER OF LAN
caster Heme Mutual File Insuiaucc Com
pany. Netice is hereby given that application has
been made te the Court of Common Pleas et
Lancaster ceunty'' te grant certain amendment s
te charter of Lancaster Heme Mutual Fire In
surance Cempanj', new Hied in Prothenotarj-'s
Ofllce, and motion ter decree granting the
same w ill be made en the 2lst daj- of June, A.
1). 1880, at 10 o'clock a. in.
WM. R. WILSON,
Solicitors for the Lancaster Heme Mutual Fire
Insurance Company. m2-3wdM,WVS
Hew te Keep Coel This Warm Weather.
WALTER A. HEINITSH'S
And lie will inform jeu.
lSJiEast King Street.
Over High & Mai tin's China Hall.
HOUSE EUJCA'ISUiyti OOODS.
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 Brushes,
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 of 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
Flmii & Breneman's
Great Heuse Furnishing and Steve Stere,
152 North Queen Street,
WANTEDEVERYBODY TO ADVEK
tlse, free el charge, In the Istellihkn
ckr, who wants semetliing te de.
1)AUSt KAGSt RAGS! RAGS WANTED,
li Housekeepers take notice that we ar
paying 3 cents a pound for MIXED It AG S
Cash paid s seen as delivered te
aprO-Mmd Ne. 2TS West King Street.
O in the St. Paul's M. E. Church. en THURS
DAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY afternoon
and evenings, JUNE 3, 4 and 5. miiKKil
A FAIR AND STRAWBERRY FESTIVAL
for the benefit et St. Jeseph's Church,
commenced enFRl DAT. MAY 28, at 8J o'clock,
at Rethweiler' Hall, West King street, and
will continue for ten daj-s. nil'J-2wil
ItOBES, BLANKETS, &C.
OIGN OF THE BUFFALO HiSAD.
ROBES ! ROBES ! !
I have new en hand the Largest, Best and
Cheapest Assortment of Lined and Uniined
BUFFALO ROBES in the city. Alse LAP
AND HOUSE BLANKETS of every descrip descrip
teon: A full line of
Trunks and Satchels,
Harness, Whips, Cellars, &c.
3-Repairing neatly and promptly dene.s
108 North Queen St., Lancaster.
MONDAY EVENING, MAY 31, 1880.
"Wasdixotex, May 31. Fer the Middle
Atlantic states, stationary or rising bar
ometer, westerly winds, stationary or
biglrer temperature, and clear or partly
The Beading Ceal and Iren Cempanj ' Bul
letin. Philadelphia, 3Iay GI. The receivers
et tire Philadelphia anil Heading coal and
iron company announce the following line
of city prices for the month of .Time until
further notice :
White ash and Sehuvlkill Haven : Lump
and steamboat. S3 ; broken and stove
$2.75 ; egg and chestnut, Xe. 1, $2.50 ;
chestnut. Ne. 2, $2.40 ; pea, Ne. 1, $1."H) ;
pea. Ne. 2, $1.40.
Red aslr and Shamokin at Schuylkill
Haven: Broken and stove. $2.75; chest
nut. Ne. 1, and egg, $2.50: pet. Ne. 1,
Lorberry at Schuylkill Haven: Broken,
$2.75 ; chestnut, Ne. 1, and egg, $2.05 ;
btevc, $2.85 ; pea. Ne. 1, $1.50.
Lorberry at Pine Greve : Broken. $2.05;
g. $2.55 ; stove, $2.75 ; chestnut, Ne. 1,
$2.55 ; Pea. Ne. 1, $1.50.
Lykens Valley at Schuylkill Haven by
canal : Broken and egg. $2.75 ; stove,
$3 : chestnut, Ne. 1, $2.G0 ; pea. Ne. 1,
$1.75 ; buckwheat, $1.10.
Lykens Valley, at Pine Greve bv lail :
Steve, $2.90 ; broken and egg, $2.05 ;
chestnut. Ne. 1, $2.50 ; pea. Ne. 1, $1.05 :
Fer coal delivered free en beard at Pert
Richmond the prices will be : Hard white
ash coal : Lump and steamboat, $4.70;
broken and stove : $4.30 ; egg arrd chest nut
$4.10; pea $3.10.
Free burnim white as coal : Broken and
stove $4.30 ; egg and chestnut $L10 ; pea
Schuylkill red ash coal : Steve, $4.55 ;
egg. $4.40; chestnut, $4.10.
Shamokin coal : Steve, $1.35; egg and
Lorberry coal : Steve. $1.05 ; egg, $4.50;
Lykens Valley (Broeksidc) : Lgg and
stove, $5 ; chestnut, $4.50.
Telegraphic News et Te-iluj.
"Win. and Richard Hiffcr.ur. of New
Yerk, accidentally fell ever the Niagara
river bank, near the new suspension bridge
err the Canadian side, last night. William
was instantly killed ; Richasd was terribly
hurt, but may recover.
New Yerk celebrated Decoration day
Gee. F. Rebcits was killed by an explo
sion at the Inquirer paper mill, Philadel
phia, this morning.
Women sulTi agists, representing nearly
every state in the Union, arc in Chicago itt
the interest of securing a plank in the Re
publican national platform expressing their
Indian atrocities arc reported in south
ern New Mexico, arrd troops are irr put suit
of the redskins.
Fifty men, leading lumber en the Broek
ville, Ont., deck, struck this morning for
an advance from 15 te 20 cents per hour
Near Linealrr, Out., a misplaced switch
etr the Great Western railroad threw oil" a
freight train. The cirgirre and twelve cars
rolling down the twenty feet embank
ment anil catching fire, weie soerr reduced
te ashes. The engineer, Frederick Chil Chil
cett, was killed and his body was after
wards burned almost te cinders. Fireman
William Ashnrerc managed te escape with
a few bruises arrd burns. Brakcman Alev
lhompsen had a leg broken.
By reason of the Senate appropriations
committee's failure te report back the
Heuse adjournment resolution, that reso
lution expired at neon te-day aird action
(fe nore will have te have be taken in both
Lord Cairrrs, largely interested in the
P & R railway, has been invited through
the Londen agents of the company te be
come chairman of the bondholders' protec
Bell it Serr's livery stable at Auburn. N.
Y., binned te-day. Less $10,000. The
Springfield hotel at Mentr cal birr ned.
Seven men were injured b- partial suffoca
tion, and two servant gir Is, one it is be
lieved fatally, by jumping from a wirrdew.
EOR SALE OK KEN1.
T IMK FOB SALL
10,000 Bushels at 2 cents per Bushel.
maj5-4tdeauAltw GhO. K. RIIKli. Tixns.
. The second sterj et Eshlcman & Rath
von's Banking Heuse, at Centre Square, and
also a room en second sterj-. opposite tlie
l'enn'a R. It. Depot, en Chestnut stieet.
B. F. ESHLKMAN.
PUBLIC .SALi: OF VALUAJSLK KEAL
EsTATK. Pursuant te an elder of the
Orphans' Cemt of Lancaster Ceuntj, Pu., will
be sold at public sale, at the public heiw of
Philip Wall, en West King strt or. en THURS
DAY, the IDthdiyet Jl'Ni:, A. D. lfse, the fol fel
low ing desenbed real estate, lateel Fiederiek
Reller, deceased, te wit : All tli.it ceitaiu let
or piece et gieuuil with a two-steij- unit attic
BRICK DWELLING HOUSE the icon erected,
situated en Marietta Avenue, Ne. M7, in the
citj'ef Lancaster, Ph., containing in lrent en
Marietta Av enue ' feet, met e or less, and ex
tending in depth te a public allej- IM feet, meie
or less. Bounded ou the west by piepi-rtj- of
D. O. Baker, en the i ast by prepeitj- of Jehn
Graham, an the net th bv the aleresaid alley,
and en the south bj Maiietta Avenue. The
improvements aie a two-steiy llilck Dwelling
Heuse with Frame Kitchen attached, n well of
never-failing water with pump therein, grape
vine, and ether neccssai j improvements.
Sale te commence at 7j, o'clock p. m. en sidd
dav, when attendance will be given and coa cea coa
ditiens made known by
W. II. ROLAND,
mI9-3wdW&? Tiusteein Partition.
AC TH OKI ZED BY Tflfc COMMON
wealth of Ky.. and the fairest in the weild
21st Popular Monthly Drawing
COMMONWEALTH DISTRIBUTION CO.
At Macauley's Theatre, In the City et Louis
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 30th, 1330.
THESE DRAWINGS, AUTHORIZED BY
THE LEGISLATURE AND SUSTAINED BY
ALL THE COURTS OF KENTUCKY, accord
ing te a contract made with the owners of the
Frankfort grant, will occur rcgulailj- en the
LAbT DAY OF EVERY MONTH. Sundays and
Fridavs excepted, for the period et FIVE
YEARS, terminating en JUNE.'JO. 18T..
The United States Circuit Court en March .11,
rendered the lollewing d 'cisleiis:
1st That the Commonwealth Distribution
Company Is legal. .
2e It drawing are net fraudulent.
The management call attention te the liberal
cheuie which has met with such popular favor
heietofere, and which will again he presented
1 prize $ 30,000
I Jiluw WJjflj
X 1JA 0 )fln
10 prizes $1,000 each 10,000
20 prizes 500 each Ui,uw
100 prizes, 1100 each lo,ueu
200 prizes j0 each 10,000
000 prizes 20 each li,my
1000 prizes 10 each 10,000
9 prizes 300 each, approximation prizes 2,700
9 prizes 200 each, " "- l,soe
9 prizes-100 each, " - -' 900
1,960 prizes $112,400
Whole tickets, ; half tickets, II ; 27 tickets
130; 55 tickets, $100.
Remit by Eostefflcc Meney Order, Registered
Letter, Bank Draft or Express.
Te insure against mistakes and delays, cor
respondents w ill please write their names and
placesef residence plainly, giving number of
Postefllce box or Street, and Town, County and
All communications connected with the Dis
tribution and Orders for Tickets sliquld be ad
dressed te K. 31. BOAKDM AN, Courier-Jeur-Tittl
Baildrpy-LewterHI, Ky cr 307 and 309
Broadway, New Yerk. re3lTuTb&S.tw
FHiiADXLrHtA.May 31. Fleur dull and weak;
superfine $3 0C3S0; extra at $3 73 90: Ohie
and Indiana family at $5 ueflS t: Penn'a
family (4 7535 SO; St. Louts family S 50A6 00 ;
Minnesota family 003 00; patent and high
grades G5Q3 10.
Rye flour at M 73.
Cornmeal Brandy wine unchanged.
Wheat unsettled : Ne. 2 Western Red fl 40ft
141 : l'enn'a Red 91 30Q1 35I 40; Amber $135
4a 1 40.
Cem local markets stcadj ; steamer 54c ;
yellow 55Jc; mixed 3l,VC53c
Oata dull and weak; Ne. 1, White. 440
Ke : e. i. de 4Je4Jc ; Ne. 3, de 4142c ;
Ne. : Mixed 30c.
Rye quiet; Western and Ta. 90S92c
I'rovrsiens sluggish ; mtss perk at III 23 ;
beef bams $17175e; India m.ss beet 1H ou ;
b.non,siueked shoulders 5 j3c; salt44Kc ;
smoked tmms legue; piekled natns 8JiJic.
Lard dull : city kettle 7Jc ; loose butchers
3t?4C ; prirrre steam ' U3.
Butter unlet and easy : Crcamerj extra. 22
2Sc; B.C. and N. Y. extra. 1920c ; Western
Reserve extra. 1517i: ; de geed te choice, 13
l'c ; Rolls dull : l'enn'a extra and Western
reserve extra 12315c.
E(cs queker; l'enn'a 13K14c; Western
Checsi chotcccarce ; New Yerk factory 13c;
Western lull cream, UllMc; de fair te geed
liw?10c: de lmirskims 9010c.
l'etreleuui dull ; rettaeUTJite.
Whisky l 12.
Seedsnemin.il; Geed te prime Timethy at
$1 75(3 : Flaxseed at $1 4S
Mieeti market dull : reeeints KhOUO head.
Prime 44,c: geed 4Q4ic; mculuin 3;j
VjC; comiuen 33jc.
Hogs Markets dull: receipts 4,500 head.
I'rimetyic; goedf.Jrfc; medium CJ-c; common
MIS CELL ANEO VS.
i Netice is hereby glv en te the members of
the lVnn Township Mutual Fire Insurance
Company of Lancaster county, that the annual
election for Directors will be held at the ettlee
et the Company in Penn township. en SATUR
DAY, .) I'.NK 5. betn een 2 and 5 o'clock p. in.
ltw J. II. I1KRSII Y, President.
AKCU3 ti. sKHNKlt.
Ne. 120 North Prince streeL
Ptempt and particular attention paid te al
oration and repairs. s13-lvd
Brandy as a Medicine.
The following article was voluntarily sent te
Mr. II. E. sjlaj-maker. Agent for Reigart' Old
Wine Mere, bj- a prominent practising physi
cian et this county, who has extensively used
the Rramlj referred te in bis regular practke.
It is commended te the attention of these af
Indigestion and Dyspepsia.
BRANDY AS A MEDICINE.
This new much abused Alcoholic Stimulant
was never intended as n beverage, but te be
used as a medicine of great potency in the cure
et some et the destructive diseases which
sweep away their annual thousands of victims.
With a purely philanthropic motive we pre
sent te tlie favorable notice et invalids ese-ei.dlj-
tliose allliclcd with that miserable dis
ease Dyspepsia, a specific reinedj, which Is
nothing mere or less than
The aged, with feeble appetite and mere or
less debilitj-, will lind this simple medicine,
when used properly,
A Sovereign Remedy
or all their ills nnd aches. Be it, he.icver
stiictlj- understood that w u prescribe and Use
but one article, and thut is
EEIGART'S OLD BRANDY,
Sold bv our enterprising young friend, II. K
.SI.AY.SlAKKi:. This Brandy has steed the
test for j'ears, and has never tailed, as far
us our experience extends, unit wc therefeie
give It the preference overall ether Brandies,
nematterwlth hew many jaw-breaking French
titles they aie branded. One-fourth of the
money that is j'earlj thiewn away ou various
impotent dj-spepsl.i specifics would sulllee te
buy all the Braudj- te cure any such cast or
eases. In proof et'the curative powers el
Iteigarfc's Old Brandy,
luesLseset Dyspepsia, we can summon nuiii
beis of witnesses one case in particular we
A hard-working l.irrner had been aillbted
with an exhaustive Dyspepsia lern number et
years; his stomach would reject almost everj
Kind of feed; he had sour eructatiens con
slant 1 no appetite in tact, he was obliged te
li-striet Ins diet te crackers aud Mule 1 1 read,
and as a beverage he used Mclirann's Reut
Beer. He is a Methodist, and then, us new,
pleached at times, ami in his discourses often
declaimed earncstlj- against all kiudset stieng
drink. When advised te try
Reigart's Old Brandy,
In his case, he looked up with astonishment,
but after healing et its wemlertul effects in
the cases of some of his near acquaintances, he
itt last consented te fellow our advice. lie
usul the Bniudj- faithfully and steadily; the
Hist bottle giving him an appetite, ami befeie
the second was taken he was a sound iiian.w itli
a stomach capable et digesting anything which
he chose te cat. He still keeps it and uses a lit
tle occasionally; and since he lias this medi
cine he has been of very little pecuniary bene
fit te t he doctor. A Pkactisimi I'hvbician.
II. E. SLAYMAKER,
Keigart's Old Wine Stere,
Established In 1785,
IlirOltTKK AND DEALER llf
FINE OLD BRANDIES, SHERRIES, .SUPE
RIOR OLD MADEIRA, (Imported in 1SI.
lh-27 and lSi.) CHAMPAGNES O
EVERY BRAND, SCOTCH ALE
PORTER. BROWN STOUT.
Ne. 29 EAST KINO ST.. LANCASTER. I -A
'STATE OP MAUY.MULVANY, 1.ATK OF
the citv of Lancaster, deceased. Letters
of administration en naid estate having been
granted te the undersigned, all persons in
debted thereto are requested te make immedi
ate payment, and these having claims or de
mands against the same will present them
w itheut delay ler settlement te tlie undersign
ed, lcsiduig in tlit city et Lancaster.
JNO. A. COYLE,
INSTATE Or JAMES W. BHKV. LATE
It of Lancaster City, deceased. Letter of ad
ministration 011 said estate having been grant
ed te the undersigned, nil persons indebted
thereto are requested te make Immediate pay
ment, and these, having claims or demands
against the same will present them without de
lay for settlement te the undersigned, or her
ntterncr, J. L. Stelnmetz.
J. L. STEi.siETn, Att'T. rnZ7-0tdeaw
INSTATE OF ANNA 31. WEIDLKK,
li late et the City of Lancaster, deceased.
Letters et administration en said estate hav
ing been granted te the undersigned, all pei pei
eons indebted te said decedent are requested
te make immediate settlement, and these hav
ing claims or demands against the same, will
present them without delay for set'lementte
the undersigded, residing In Lancaster Citv-.
MRS. E. E. PATTERSON,
J. W. F. Swift. Administratrix.
J7STATE OF JAMES BOBAN, LATE OF
It the City el Lancaster, deceased. Letters
testamentary en said estate liaving been
granted te the undersigned, all persons in
debted te paid decedent are requested te make
immediatcsettlement,and these having claims
or demands against the estate et said decedent
te make knew n the same without delay te the
INSTATE OF LOKENZ SCHILLING. LATE
J of Lancaster citv. Pa., deceased. Letters
et ml m i n istratlen.- with-tlre will, annexed, en
said estate having been granted te the under
signed, all person indebted te said decedent
are requested te make immediate settlement,
and these having-claims or demands against
the estate et safd decedentte make known the
same te the undersigned without delay, resid
ing in Lancaster citv.
ROSE RAPP, Administratrix,
B, F. Davis, Attorney. my37-Cldeaw
JAMES BKOWN, DEALER IN STOCKS
and Bends, 64 and 66 Broadway, New Yerk.
Operations en margin and by means of privi
leges. Information furnished-en all matters
connected with stock speculation and invest
Attorney and Counseller-at-Law
C!UT8rJC Rew, Kcw Tort
Collections reade ls'ftil part -of the United
States, and a general legal business transacted.
Refers by nermissl te Steianian A Hcasel.