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LANCASTER DALLY INTELLIGENCER. TUESDAY. JUNE 1, 1880.
racked, and two rooms en the second
fleer were visited. There was free
access te the store-room adjoining, but
nothing was disturbed, while in the ether
rooms kid gloves, silk handkerchiefs,
clothes, etc., were strewn about. Meney
was evidently the object as nothing is miss
ing. At 3 o'clock in the morning 3Irs. B.
heard a noise, but while awaking her hus
band the thief decamped through the
A strawberry festival en the borough
grounds, for the benefit of the Sunday Sunday Sunday
hchoel connected with the Church of Ged,
will be held en Friday and Saturday next.
The soaking rain having put the ground
in geed condition for tobacco planting,
yesterday the patches were full of men
women and boys engaged in the work.
Every one who was fortunate enough te
have his ground ready set out what plants
lie could get. In the afternoon the sun
.shone very warm, and the plant's looked
' sick " in the evening, but last night they
were invigorated and this morning stand as
straight as soldiers. On Henry Kurtz's
(arm fifteen acres were planted.
THE PATRIOT IKAI.
Eloquent Oration ufM. itreslus, esq., at Ual Ual
inern. The Baltimore Sun gives the following
abstract of the address of Marriett Brosi.
us, esq., of this city, who was orator of the
d.ty at the decoration ceremonies in Balti
more ycstciday :
He said: Silence en occasions such as
this seems better than speech, but custom
bids us assemble at the hallowed shrines of
our dead and give utterance te expression
of tenderness and sentiment. As we stand
in their midst memory, the soul's cup
bearer, brings back the past with itsgricls
and soitews, its parting and pain. Nine
teen years age a nation's heart was beating
with quick and mighty threes, as the story
was told of a nation's peril. Te-day that
nation bends in love ever the graves of its
maityrs. Nineteen years age a nation
was busy subduing the fee ; te-day it
is bringing lleweis te deck the graves
of these who achieved its freedom.
The memory of the soldiers who have thus
died is sacred te a nation thus saved, and
te care for their memory is the indulgence
of a sentiment that does honor te every
heart. People of all ages have shielded
the testing place of their departed heroes
and rendereil'them respectful homage. The
Egyptians embalmed their dead in fragrant
spices and shrouded them in costly cere
ments, but we have embalmed ours in
memories of love and devotion and shroud
ed them in the folds of imperishable grat
itude. We are net here te-d.iy te revive
unpleasant memories, te open closed
wounds, te harrow your souls with stories
of battle and carnage. The dark period
through which we passed was the shadow
by which the sun of American history
m.irkcJ its advance en the dial-plate of civ
ilization. We had te cheese between the
foul breath of miasma or the fury of the
storm, and underneath,the scaffolding of war
was reared the temple of freedom. Your
loved ones died in the fittest place for man
te die at the pest of duty and brought
usfiem darkness and bondage into sun
light and freedom. Never before did sol
diers draw swords in a holier cause, and no
battle fields were ever consecrated as were
Gettysburg, Vicksburg and the Appomat
tox, which saw forever fixed the feunda-
ti jn of freedom's empire. The deaths of
t lese brave ones was a ministry for geed.
Frem their graves bright creations spring,
;t hundred virtues rise, and every
tear we shed ever them falls like
a sweet benediction upon the living.
The chief thought which the day
brings out is the great value and moral
grandeur of their achievements. Ged
teaches us te-day that as we paid se
dearly for a country redeemed, and for the
equality of all, our lidelity te the princi
ples fought for should be commensurate
with the achievements we commemorate.
And if we forget te be virtuous and just.
heaven.may again be angry with us ; fur
nations which daily with the patience el
Deity find at length the Damascus way,
and through thunders and lightnings are
brought te comiitien. Let us te-day re
new our faith te these duties, justice te
the surviving, honor te the dead, integrity
in politics, incorruptible morality, obedi
ence te law and order, and loyalty te the
The common infirmities in forms of
government in which the sovereignty
speaks through popular elections are cor
ruption in politics and partisan idolatry.
The people are the source of authority,
and if they exalt themselves the repub
lic will be exalted. Frem the graves of
our dead another inspiration also springs.
Reconciliation and forgiveness are as
important te-day as were heroism
and valor in the past. It is right
that these who have borne the brunt
of the battle should strive new te
promote sympathy among all, and te knit
our people together in bends of patriotism
mere indestructible than ever. There is
something in the human breast that war
cannot kill. Sixteen years age, while lying
in your city maimed and mutilated, 1 was
the recipient of the kindest and tendcicst
attentions from many who did net have
sympathy with the flag under which
1 fought. These ministrations testi
fied te our humanity, and showed
above the Union and the Confed
eracy the compassion of the human
soul illuminating the dark precipice of
civil war. Let the resentments of the past
new be buried in the graves of the past.
Dispense Divine charity te all. Thus may
the true unity of the faith be restored in
hearts that are new loyal until they rise
above resentment and hate into the sun
light of their better nature. Let the mem
ory of the noble dead be te Columbia a pil
lar of cloud by day and a pillar of fire by
night, a glory that is fadeless and a light
as perennial as the stars. We can leave
these graves new with the reflectien that
ever them the green grass grows, the
sweet birds sing, the blue skies bend, and
the place is hallowed. But greener than
the grass, sweeter than the song of the
birds, fairer than the blue of the skies will
be their memory, enshrined in supreme
tenderness in our heart of hearts."
Our eloquent townsman is the subject of
high titular distinction by both the Sun
and Gazette of Baltimore. The former
designates him as " Hen. M. Brosius,"
and in the Gazette's notice he is called both
"Hen." and "Cel."
Tax Collector Warfel 6at in the county
com missioners' office yesterday te receive
county taxes. His receipts during the day
amounted te $9,400 a greater sum, it is
said, than was ever before received in a
single day in Lancaster for county tax.
Yesterday was the last day en which an
abatement was allowed.
City Treasurer Welchans yesterday took
in $7,000 for water rents. Te-day is the
last day en which an abatement of 5 per
cent, will be allowed.
This afternoon shortly before 2 o'clock,
Eddie Strine, a young son of Sheriff S.iine
who attcuds the Chestnut street primary
schools, was playing with another boy who
had a leaded pistol, near the school build
ing. By some means the weapon was ac
cidentally discharged and the ball entered
the hand of young Strine. He was taken
home and Dr. Cox dressed the wound.
ST. STEPHENS CHURCH.
Severance of the Pasterial Relation.
On Sunday Rev. W. S. Perr,
of St. Stephen's Lutheran church,
this city, announced te his con
gregation that he would preach his
farewell sermon as their pastor en Sunday
next. We learn from the members of the
congregation that Rev. Perr's course has
been caused by some differences existing
between him and the vestry relative te a
fund raised or te be raised for the comple
tion of the main auditorium of the church
building ; that some time age, Rev. Perr
announced that he had secured or would
secure a subscription of $1,230 for
the purpose en condition that the
congregation raised an equal sum ;
that the congregation did raise
$1,250, and then asked Rev. Perr for
his subscribtien, and that he refused te
pay it unless the interior of the church
was modified by taking down a part of the
gallery, which he regards as objectionable.
Rev. Perr will remain in Lancaster, and
continue te minister te his Millersville
charge, the Bethany Lutheran church.
He has been for ever five years pastor of
St. Stephen's, and took an active part in
organizing and building up that young
THE WORK KLGUN.
The Census Taker en His Rounds.
Media, Pa., June 1, 1880.
The enumerator begins te-day every
where. The month of June is allowed in
this district except in Lancaster city
where it must be completed in the first
II. C. Ssewi;n, Supervisor.
The several census enumerators of this
city and indeed in all parts of the United
States commenced taking the census this
morning. Their duties are impeitant and
it is hoped all our citizens will answer all
their questions and aid them, as far as pos
sible, in making the census an entirely
A New Trick of the "Lnne Fisherman."
Yesterday, a shad peddler called at the
store of a Neith Queen street business
man and offered te sell him, at a fair price,
a pair of ten-pound iec shad. Tempted
by the plump prnpoitiens of the lish the
mcichant bought them, and told the ped
dler te take them te his residence. He
did se, but somewhere between the store
and the residence the peddler took occasion
te strip them of the roc, and when they
came into the hands of the cook they were
as thin as a herring.
Tim Milten Relict Fund.
Mayer MacGeniglc has received from
Emily Zccher as her share of the proceeds
of a children's fair, held at Ne. 18 Cones Cenes
toga street, the sum of 7G cents te be de
voted te the Milten relief fund. The total
subscriptions by Lancastrians te the re
lief fund thus far amount te $3,050.10,
and the expenses te $1.91, including sta
tionery and postage.
lfecoratien Day at Chiirchteiru.
On Saturday afternoon the soldiers'
graves were decorated in the village of
Churchtown, and the ceremonies were very
interesting. In the parade there were two
or three hundred people, including the
Churchtown brass band. In the evening
orations were delivered by J. R. Kceny,
esq., of Reading, and Ilarry Ileuser, esq.,
of this city.
This morning a horse hitched te a cart
belonging te Jehn Leng, frightened at a
cow at the corner or Orange and Charlette
streets, and started te run. Mr. Leng en
deavored te step the animal by catching
him at the head, and by se doing he was
thrown te the ground. The animal stepped
upon him, bruising him somewhat about
The Excursion te Philadelphia.
One hundred and forty-seven persons
left this city en the excursion te Philadel
phia this morning. When the train
reached this city there were also a number
en beard from Columbia and Yerk1 The
number was probably largely increased be
fore the train reached Philadelphia.
Sent te the Heuse of Refuge.
This afternoon Lyman Yeung, aged 12
years, an inmate of the Children's home,
who is incorrigible and cannot be con
trolled by the managers of that institu
tion, was taken before Judges Livingsteu
and Patterson, by whom he Mas ordered te
be sent te the house of refuge.
Yesterday Al. S. Edwards, clerk in the
prothenotary's office, celebrated his birth
day by giving a dinner te his fellow clerks
iu the office. The treat was a fine one and
all unite in wishing Mr. Edwards many
A highly esteemed lady.efjLancaster, X. Y.,
Mm. Catharine Zitnmerfcmn. informs us that
she had occasion te use the St. Jacob's Oil in
several cases of Rheumatism, Swelling of the
Limbs and Erysipelas with great success.
Helten, refresh ami beautify the skin with
Cuticiira Medicinal Toilet Seap.
The mystery has been solved at last ;
Our teeth no longer need decay.
All troubles of the mouth are pat,
By SOZO DON'T they're swept away;
And young and old may smile secure
With lips and teeth se bright and pure.
Clergymen, lawyers and authors 11ml Malt
Bitter a pure and safe invigerant.
"She insists Unit it is mere importance, that
her family shall be kept in full health, than
that she should have all the fashionable dresses
and styles of the times. She therefore sees te
it, that each member of her family is supplied
with enough Hep ltittcrs, at the first appear
ance of any symptoms of ill heath, te prevent
a lit et wicknexs with its attendant expense,
care and anxiety. All women should exercise
their wisdom in tliix way." Ed.
Try I.echer's Renowned Cough Syrup.
Half the ills of human life proceed from a
torpid and disordered liver. Submit te them
no longer while "Sellers' Liver rills" will cure
you quickly. 2T cents per box.
Xe Safek Remkdv can be had for Coughs and
Colds or any trouble of the threat, than
" Brown's Brench ial Troches." Imitations are
efTered ter sale, many of which are injurious.
The genuine Bronchial Troches are sold only
in bores. Jl-lwdTThASAw
Don't Get the Chills.
If you are subject te the Ague you must be
sure te keep your liver, bowels and Kidneys
in geed free condition. When se, you will be
safe from ail attacks. The remedy te use is
Kidney-Wert. It is the best prevention of all
malarial diseases that you can take. See large
Frem a IMsttagtUabed Clercyinaa.
Washihotes, D. C, June 19, 1879.
I have known of several persons who re
garded themselves as greatly benefited, and
some of them as permanently cured of diseases
of the kidneys and urinary' organs by your
medicine. Warner's Safe Kidney and Liver
Cure. I have known, tee, et its use In similar
cases by physicians et the highest character
and standing. I de net doubt that it has great
virtue. J. E. RANKJN.
Try Lecher's Renowned Cough Syrup.
Wx would recommend all te try Dr. Brown
ing's Tonic and Alterative, as it is a Perfect
Bleed Purifier, Makes new Bleed, Keddens old
Bleed, Enriches peer Bleed, and Gives Vigor
ous Health. The dose is but one teaspoentul
for an adult, and smaller in proportion for
children, and it is exceedingly pleasant te
take. Fer sale by the Proprietor, W. Cham Cham
peon Browning, M. D., 1117 Arch Street, Phila
delphia, and all Druggists. Price 50 cents
and 91. my27-lwdtw
Try LecliPi's Benewned Cough Syrup.
Ask for "Sellers' Liver Pills.'' Xe ethers
possess half their virtue. 25 cents' per box.
Sold by all druggists.
The Kidneys arc nature's sluice way te wash
out the debris et our constantly changing
bodies. If they de net work properly the
trouble is felt everywhere. Then be wise and
as seen as you see signs of disorder get a pack
age of Kidney-Wert and take it faithfully. It
will clean the sluice-way of sand, gravel or
slime and purity the whole system.
Try Lecher's Benewned Cough Syrup.
Statistics prove that twenty-nve per cent,
of the deaths in our larger cities are caused by
consumption, and when we reflect that this
terrible disease in its worst stage will yield te
a bottle of Lecher's Benewned Cough Syrup,
shall we condemn the sutrercrs for their negli
gence, or pity them for their ignorance? Xe
0 East King street.
Scrofula of thirty years' standing has been
cured by " Dr. LIndsuy's Bleed Searcher.'
Sold by all druggists.
Try Lecher's Benewned Cough Syrup.
Ure nil's Household 1'anacea
Is the most effective Pain Destroyer in the
world. Will most surely quicken the bleed
whether taken internally erapplicd externally
and thereby mere certainly BELIEVE PAIX,
whether chronic or acute, than any ether pain
alleviator, and it is warranted double the
strength of any similar preparation.
It cures pain in the Side, Back or Bowels,
Sere Threat, Rheumatism, Toothache and ALL
ACHES, and is the GBEAT BELIEVEB OF
PAIX. "BROWN'S HOUSEHOLD PANA
CEA " should be in every family. A teaspoon teaspeon teaspoen
tul of the Panacea in a tumbler of het water
(sweetened, if preferred), taken at bedtime,
will BREAK UP A COLD. 25 cents a bottle.
Fer sale at II. It. Cochran A Ce's Drugstore
North Queen .street. Lancaster.
Undoubtedly with children, attributed toether
causes, is occasioned by Wernis. BROWN'S
VERMIFUGE COMFITS, or Werm Lozenges,
although effectual in destieying worms, can
de no pesible injury te the most delicate child
This valuable combination lias been success
fully used by physicians, and found te be ab
solutely sure in eradicating worms. Twenty
live cents a box. ManlS-lvdAwTuThAS
Weakly and Sickly Persons.
Many persons who are weak and sickly at
this season of the year are at a less te knew
what will re-tore their health. It has lately
been found by experience that the ue of
Speer's Pert Crape Wine is one et the best re
storatives known. Physicians, clergymen and
temperance advocates should encourage the
use of Pert Grape and thus aid the cause of
temperance and moderation. It is especially
recommended te families for its purity, ex
quisitc liaver and health properties. Medical
men certify te its valuable medicinal powers.
Sir. Speer has been for years engaged in the
raising el grapes and perlecting this wine, and
il requites a lour years process before it is lit
for inarkut. X. V. Baptist.
This wine is endorsed by Drs. Atlee and
DavK and held by II. E. Slaymakcr, who has
procured some direct from the Vineyard-. It
is excellent ler females, especially for tlie-e
with nursing infants. jl-2wd&w
Roadman. In Brooklyn, N. Y., en May ;il,
Mary A., wiie of Win. II. Roadman.
Her relatives and friends are respectfully
invited te attend the funeral from the resi
dence of her brother, Jehn II. Jerdan, Ne. fill
Green street, en te-morrow ( Wednesday )
afternoon at 3 o'clock. Interment in Wood Weed
ward Hill cemetery. ltd
MAJiUEL. In this city, en May 31, lhSO. Mrs
Her relatives and lriends are respectfully in
vited te attend the funeral lrem the residence
el her nephew, Emanuel Leng, Ne. 11C Plum
street, en te-morrow (Wednesday) afternoon,
at 2 o'clock.
McCeitT. In this city, en May 31, 1SS0, Mrs.
Ann McCert, relict of Daniel McCert, deceased,
in the 59th year of her age.
The relatives and friends of the family are
respectfully invited te attend the funeral from
her late residence. Ne. 503 East King street, en
Wednesday morning, at 9 o'clock. Interment
at St. Mary's cemetery. High mass at St.
Mary's church. 2td
Democratic County Committee.
The members of the Democratic county
committee elect ler the ensuing political year
are requested te meet at Shober's hotel this
city, en MONDAY, JUNE 7, 1SS0 at 10 a. m., ler
organization and ler such ether business as
the committee may determine.
W. U. HEXSEL,
ml7-tr Chairman for 1879-80.
DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET.
you suriuntE judee.
FOR AUDITOR OOTERAL.
ROBERT P. DECHERT.
DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET.
J. L. STEIXMETZ.
FOR DISTRICT ATTORNEY.
B. F. MOXTGOMERY.
FOR SENATOR (13tll DISTRICT.)
J. B. DOUGLASS.
FOR ASSEMRLV (2(1 DISTRICT.)
S. C. STEVENSON,
S. P. SHIRK.
FOR ASSEMBLY (3d DISTRICT.;
it. DAVIS YUNDT,
JACOB M. IIAENLEN.
FOR TRISON INSPECTOR!.
BARTON M. WINTERS
FOR POOR DIRECTORS.
A. J. SNYDER,
LANCASTER COUNTY APPOINTMENTS.
DELEGATES TO NATIONAL CONVENTION.
II. J. McGBANN,
W. V. IIENSEL.
C. J. RHOADS.
JAMES G. McSPABBAN.
STATE COMMITTEE MEMBERS.
M. S. MOOBE.
XE WAD VERTISE31ENTS.
AS 1 INTEND ENGAGING IN OTIIEK
business, I offer my entire Livery Stock
and Property, new used by mc as a Livery
Stable, at private sale.
jl3td GEO. W. ZECHER.
On SATURDAY EVENING, JUNE 12,
18S0, will be sold at public sale, at the King of
Prussia Hetel, (Wm. Balz, proprietor,) Nes.
214 and 216 West King street, Lancaster. Pa.,
the following preDerty, te wit:
A double one-story BRICK DWELLING
HOUSE, with one-story Brick Back Building,
containing 7 rooms. The let fronts 88 feet,
mere or less, en Derwart street, and extends
back 150 feet, mere or less, te a 14-teetalley,and
has a well et geed water thereon, situate Nes.
117 and 119 Derwart street.
Parlies wishing te view the property can de
se by calling en the undersigned or at the
Sale te commence at 7 o'clock p. m. of aid
day, when terms and conditions will be made
known by BAUSMAN A BURNS,
Real Estate Agents,
Office 10 West Orange Street.
Sam'l Hess A Sen, Aucts. m2G-cedR
H. Z. RHOADS & BRO.
Prices always lower than City Prices.
We are prepared te fill orders for Hair Jewelry end Special
Werk at short notice from our own factory.
We have the mechanics and tools for first-class Watch and
Ne. 4 WEST KING STREET.
PARTNER WITH FROM 82,000 TO
$5,000 wanted. Must speak both English
and German languages. A geed opportunity
ler a man of business. Apply te
BAISMAX A BURNS,
li"--irance and Real Estate Agents,
Office: 10 West Orange Street.
EOlt SALE OR RENJ.
T IME FOR SALE.
10,000 Bushels at 2 cents per Bushel.
inay5-4tdeaw&4tw GEO. K. REED, Treas.
The second story et Eshleman A Rath
von's Banking Heuse, at Centre Square, and
also a room en second story, opposite the
I'enn'a R. R. Depot, en Chestnut street.
B. F. ESHLEMAN.
f23-2td&Stt . Atternev-at-Law
Will be sold at public sale en te-morrow
(WEDNESDAY) afternoon, at 1 o'clock, atNe.
612 St. Jeseph street, a large let of Household
and Kitchen Furniture, such as Bedsteads and
Bedding, four Mattresses, Bureaus, Tabic,
Chairs, Carpet, Cook Steve and a great variety
of article?. JACOB GUXDAKER,
PUBLIC SALE OF VALUABLE REAL
ESTATE. Pur-mint te an order of the
Orphans' Court of Lancaster County, Pu., will
be sold at public-sale, at the public heu-e of
Philip Wall, en West King street, en THURS
DAY, the 10th day of JUNE, A. I). 1880, the fol
lowing described real estate, late of Frederick
Reller, deceased, te wit: All that certain let
or piece of ground with a two-story anil attic
BRICK DWELLING HOUSE thereon erected,
situated en Marietta Avenue, Xe. 617, in the
city of Lancaster, Pa., containing In trout en
Marietta Avenue 23 feet, mere or less, and ex
tending in depth te a public alley 'M feet, mere
or less. Bounded en the west by property of
I). G. Baker, en the east by property of Jehn
Graham, an the north by 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, and ether necessary improvements.
Sale te commence at 1XZ o'clock p. m. en said
day, when attendance will be given and con
ditions made known by
W. II. ROLAXD,
ml9-3wdWAS Trustee in Partition.
J. K. SMALING
THE ARTIST TAILOR.
Openiug te-day of a large and select line of
Trepicals, Serges and Rep Worsteds,
BANNOCKBURX CELTIC CHEVIOTS.
AXD BATISTE CLOTHS.
SEERSUCKERS. VALENCIAS, PAROLE
AND MOHAIR COATINGS.
Linen in Great Variety. Wilterd'j Padded
Ducks in Plain and Fancy Styles. A Large
Assortment of Fancy
All the latest novelties or the season. The
public are cordially invited te examine our
stock, which we claim te be the handsomest
and most recherche ever offered for the het
J. K. SMALING,
121 NORTH QUEEN STREET.
("1 RAIN SPECULATION
T In large or small amounts. $25 or $20,000.
Write W. T. SOULE A CO.. Commission Mer
chants, 130 La Sallu street, Chicago, 111., for cir
WE TAKE PLEASURE IN ANNOUNC
ING the following low prices of our
Ceal, delivered :
Lykens Valley Egg and Steve $4.80
Lykens Valley Nut 4.55
Medium and Hard Broken and Steve 4.10
Medium and Hard Egg and Nut 4.35
All grades of Ne. 1 Pea 3.35
II. BAUMGAUDNER A CO.,
Miners and Shippers of the Celebrated Enter
prise Ceal m31-2td
DR. WM. B. FAHNKSTOCK
Having returned from the Seuth, has re
sumed his office practice, and can be found at
Xe. 239 EAST KING STREET.
AMENDMENT TO CHARTER OF LAN
caster Heme Mutual Fire Insurance Com
pany. Netice is hereby given that application has
been made te the Court of Common Pleas of
Lancaster county tegrantcertainamendments
te charter of Lancaster Heme Mutual Fire In
surance Company, new filed in Prothenotary's
Office, and motion ter decree granting the
same will be made en the 21st day of June, A.
D. 1880, at 10 o'clock a. m.
WM. R. WILSON,
Solicitors for the Lancaster Heme Mutual Fire
Insurance Company. m26-3wdM,W&S
PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED AT
the Mayer's Office up te THURSDAY,
J UNE 3, 1880. at 8 o'clock p. m., for two hun
dred tens, mere or less, gross weight, of pure
washed river sand, clear of loam and rubbage,
delivered en the siding of the railroad in this
city. Twe car leads te be delivered daily, un
der the order 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 t lie hauling of the sand :by the gross
ten from the siding te the eastern reservoir.
Te be unleaded when the Superintendent may
PUOPOSALS will be received at the same
time and place for fifty thousand, mere or less,
of geed hard burnt and even shaped bricks,
delivered ut the reservoir, subject te the ap
proval et the Superintendent of the Wnter
Works, commencing the delivery net later
than June 10, 1880, and as rapidly thereafter as
the Superintendent may require, and te be un un
eoaded when he may direct.
PROPOSALS will be received at the same
time and place for two hundred barrels, mere
or less, of Rosendale hydraulic cement, et best
quality, subiect te the approval of the Super
intendent et the Water Works ; te be delivered
at the reservoir at such time as he may direct.
The Committee reserve the right te reject
any and all bids. Approved security in $300
will be required for the faithful performance
et each of the contracts for sand, bricks and
By order of the Water Committee.
JNO. T. MacGONIGLE,
m31Aje2d Mayer .
Brandy as a medicine.
The following article was voluntarily sent te
Mr. II. E. Slayuiaker, Agent for Reigart's Old
Wine Stere, by a prominent practising physi
cian et this county, who lias extensively used
the Brandy referred te in his regular practice.
It is commended te the attention of thn-it af
Indigestion and Dyspepsia.
BRANDY AS A MEDICINE.
This new much abused Alcoholic Stimulant
was never intended as a beveruge, but te lie
used as a medicine of great potency in the cure
of some of the destructive diseases which
sweep away their annual thousands of victims.
mi a purely philanthropic motive we pre
sent te the favorable notice el invalids espe
cially inesc amicted with that miserable dis
ease Dyspepsia, a specific remedy, which is
nothing mere or less than
The aged, with feeble appetite and mere or
less debility, will find this simple medicine,
when used properly,
A Sovereign Remedy
or all their ills and aches. Be it, however
strictly understood that we prescribe and use
but one article, and that is
REIGART'S OLD BRANDT,
Seli! by our enterprising young friend, II. E
SLAYMAKER. This Brandy has steed the
test for years, and has never failed, as far
as our experience extends, and we therefore
give it the preference ever ull ether Brandies,
no mutter with hew manyjaw-breakingFrench
titles they aie branded. One-'eurth of the
money that is yearly thrown away en various
impotent dyspepsia specifics would suffice te
buy all the Brandy te cure any such case or
cases. In proof et the curative powers et
Reigart's Old Brandy,
In cases of Dyspepsia, we can summon nuin
hers of witnesses one case in particular we
A hard-working farmer had been aillictcd
with an exhaustive Dyspepsia for a number of
years; his stomach would reject almost every
kind of feed; he hat! sour eructatiens con
stantly ue appetite in fact, he was obliged te
restrict his diet te crackers and stale bread,
and as a beverage he used McGrann's Reet
Beer. Be is a Methodist, and then, as new,
preached at times, and in his discourses often
declaimed earnestly against all kinds of strong
drink. When advised te try
Reigart's Old Brandy,
In ids case, he looked up with astonishment,
but after hearing et its wonderful effects in
the cases et some of his near acquaintances, he
at last consented te fellow our advice. He
used the Brandy faitlilully and steadily; the
first bottle giving him an appetite, and before
the second was taken he was a sound man.with
a stomach capable el digesting anything which
he chose te eat. He still keeps it and uses a lib
tie occasionally; and since lie has this medi
cine lie lias been of very little pecuniary bene
fit te the doctor. A Practising Physician.
H. E. SLAYMAKER,
Reigart's Old Wine Stere,
Established in 1785,
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
FIXE OLD BRANDIES, SHERRIES, SUPE
RIOR OLD MADEIRA, (Imported in 1818,
18-27 and 1823.) CHAMPAGNES O
EVERY BRAND, SCOTCH ALE
PORTER. BBOWN STOUT.
Ne. 20 EAST KING ST.. LANCASTER, PA
It LET Hit A W1NOS.
AUTHORIZED MY THE COMMON
wealth of Ky., and the fairest in the world
21st Popular Monthly Drawing:
COMMONWEALTH DISTRIBUTION CO.
At Macauley's Theatre, in the City of Louis Leuis
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 30th, 1880.
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 regularly en the
LAST DAY OF EVERY MONTH, Sundays and
Fridays excepted, for the period of FIVE
YEARS, terminating en JUNE 30. 1885.
The United States Circuit Court en March 31,
rendered the following decisiens:
1st That the Commonwealth Distribution
Company Is legal.
2d Its drawings are net fraudulent.
The managcmentcall attention te the liberal
scheme which has met with such popular favor
heretofore, and which will again be presented
1 prize $ 30,000
k rLljt JUflAA
A H tAAJ
10 prizes $1,000 each 10,000
20 prizes 500 eacli 10,000
100 prizes, $100 each 10,000
200 prizes 50 each 10,000
600 prizes 20 each 12,000
1000 prizes 10 each 10,000
9 prizes 300 each, approximation prizes 2,700
9 prizes 200 each, " " 1,800
9 prizes 100 each, " " 900
1,9G0 prizes $112,400
Whole tickets, $2; halt tlckcta,$l; 27 tickets
$50; 55 tickets, $100.
Remit by Posteflice Meney Order, Registered
Letter, Bank Draft or Express.
Te insure against mistakes and delays, cor
respondents will please write their names and
piacesef residence plainly, giving number of
Posteflice box or Street, and Town, County and
All communications connected with the Dis
tribution and Orders for Tickets should be ad
dressed te K. 31. HOAKDMAN, Courler-Jeur-nai
Building, LeulsvilU, Ky., or 307 and 309
Broadway, New Yerk. m31TuThS4w
WANTED. EVERYBODY TO ADVEK
tlsc, free of charge. In the Intelligen
cer, who wants something te de.
I) AGS! It AGS! BAGS! BAGS WANTED.
i Housekeepers take notice that we ar
paying 3 cents a pound for MIXED BAG S
Cash paid as seen as delivered te
apr9-3md Ne. 2"5 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. ur293td
A FAIR AND STRAWBERRY FESTIVAL
for the benefit et St. Jeseph's Church,,
commenced enFRlDAY.MAY28, at8'cleck,
at Kethweilcr's Hall, West King street, and
will continue for ten days. m!9-2wd
JAMES BROWN, DEALER IN STOCKS
and Bends, 64 and 6G Broadway, New Yerk.
Operations en margin and by means of privi
leges. Information furnished en all matters
connected with stock speculation and Invest
ment. inl5-lydTu,ThftS .
UENKY A. BILEY
Attorney and Counseller-at-Law
21 ParkKew. New Yerk.
Collections made In ail parte of; the United
Slates, and a general legal business transacted.
Uefera fcy permlwlsa t Steuuman A Hemsel.
TUESDAY EVENING, JUNES 31, 1880.
"Washington, June 1. Fer the Middle
Atlantic states, rising barometer, souther
ly veering te colder northerly winds, clear
or partly cloudy weather, followed by in
creasing cloudiness and local rains.
THE PRIZE RING.
Ryan and Gess Fight for the Heavy Weight
Paddy Ryan, the Trey UUnt, Wins After
Cellier's, W. Va., June 1. The Goss Gess
Ryan prize fight took place here this
morning and resulted in the defeat of Gess,
after a iisiht of 81 rounds, in one hour and
The ring for the fight, which was for
the heavy weight championship and $2,000,
was pitched at 4:25 in a ravine near Col Cel
lier's station, W. Va., about three hun
dred yards from the Pennsylvania boundary
line. Seme 300 persons were present
Pittsburgh being well represented, with
a slight sprinkling from New Yerk city
and Trey. At 5 o'clock two deputy
sheriffs appeared and warned these pres
ent that the coventer of West Virginia
said that requisitions would be issued for
the arrest of the principals.
Details of the Battle Gess Claim a Feul
and Befuites te Fight en the Judges
Net Allowing it. '
The fight began at 6:15. Kyau entered
the ring first and seen afterwards was fol
lowed by Gess. Schell Fairchild was chosen
referee. The light was closely contested,
and but for the age of Gess would proba
bly have lasted still longer. In the
05th round Gess's seconds claimed a foul,
and it net being allowed, refused
te fight their man longer and the fight was
awarded te Ityan. The latter was terribly
punished about the face and body, but
held out. Gess was net apparently much
hurt or disfigured, but became winded.
Ills Reported Surrender t the Grant Beem
Chicago, June l.-The repertthat Senater
Edmunds had written te a member of the
Vermont delegation in this city withdraw-
as a presidential candidate ana
the Vermont delegation te
Grant is most emphatically
One of the delegates received a
letter from Edmunds, but it contains no
recommendation except that the delega
tion compromise en the man most likely,
if nominated, te cany five or six debatable
DON'S OFFICIAL HEAD.
The National Committee Threatening te
Chop It Off.
Chicago, June 1. Thirty anti-Grant
members of the national committee this
morning agreed te depose Cameren from
the chairmanship if he continued te de.
clinc te entertain their motions, or te abide
b the decision of the majority of the com
mittee. The committee is new in secret
session at the Palmer house.
Telegraphic .News et Te-day.
The Ledgedale tannery at BIoscew, Pa.
burned last night. The fire is net yet ex
tinguished. The Maine Greenback convention and
the Maine Democratic convention met in
At Metal & Hill's mines, near Fleet
wood, this morning, a leaded bucket fell
en the head of Henry "Wiendt and killed
him almost instantly. He leaves a wife
and eleven children.
William McClintock, a Harmburg bar
ber, while shaving a customer Iast,evcning
suddenly became unsteady) swooned and
fell te the iloer, aud a few minutes was
dead. Heart disease.
The Whittaker Verdict.
N. Y. Herald.
In the eyes of some men in this country
it is apparent that West Point is only a
great public school that has behaved
naughtily toward a parti-colered here
named Whittaker. TJieir sense of propor
tion is reduced simply te that. Here is a
negre boy mere largely endowed than even
the average of negre boys with that pitiful
spirit which impels the feeble specimens of
humanity te desire te become distinguished
as victims when mere honorable and man
ly channels of distinction are beyond their
reach. This person "this unfortunate
young man," is put in one scale and West
Point in the ether, and West Point kicks
the beam. Several persons have put forth
this view, and the latest is the colored pro
fessor, Greener, who says : "If West Point
determines te sacrifice Whittaker te shield
itself it will find, when tee late, that its
lack of ordinary prudence and exhibition of
prejudice have proved itsewn destruction."
Several points are implied in this sentence.
One of them is that West Point wants te
shield itself. Where did Prof. Greener
get that idea '? He could net have found it
in the history of the war, where a great
many West Point men laid down their
lives te free a few million of fellows like
Whittaker. West Point never showed any
especial disposition te save itself in the
war, and we de net believe that new it feels
any sense of desperate alarm at the wrath
of the ferocious colored man Greener. But
this professor fancies that this great dem
ocratic institution wants te save itself at an
enormous price the "sacrifice of Whit
taker." Let him reassure himself. West
Point will never put up that seA of sacri
fice te propitiate the supreme powers. If
she makes any sacrifice it will be of some
animal worthy the altar. But she does
need any just yet.
We have had a large demand for this article
It lias been prepared te suit the soil of Lan
caster and Chester counties. 4?
Descriptive circulars sent free upon applica
20 Seuth Delaware Arenne,
GEO. W. BROWN, AeT.,
Xe. 146 EAST KING STKEET.
Residence 21 Seuth Prince Street.
Pmi.imH.THiA.JuncL rienr alew and weak :
superfine $3 00330; extrmatfS 734 88; Onte
and Indiana family at IS ems 7 ; Pean'a
family 4 7Mft M; &Lvla family $&98M;
Minnesota family IS MM 00; patent andhhrb
grades 65S te. "
Bye flour at $4 75.
Cornmeal Brandy wine unchanged.
Wheat unsettled and quiet : Ne. 2 Western
Bed $1 2701 29 ; Penn'a Ked 11 37; Amber a 27
Cern dull aud lower ; steamer Sic ; yellow
943530; mixed SSQStc.
Oata dull and weak ; Ne. L. White. 43W
S0.,5 3 ri'JS.42830 s - de MlXc;
Ne. ?, Mixed 39c
Bye firm; Western and Pa. 9092c.
Previsions dull; mesa perk at til 3k;
beef hams $1761750; India mces beet 118 00;
bacon, smoked shoulders 5W5Wc; salt44Vc ;
smoked hams 10011c ; pickled bams 8sc.
Lard dull ; city kettle 7e ; loose batuners
6X6c ; prime steam $6 95.
Butter dull and easier; Creamery extra. 21
22c ; B. C. and N. Y. extra. 1820c ; Western
Reserve extra, 1516c ; de geed te choice, 139
15c ; Bells dull : Penn'a extra and Western
reserve extra 10213c.
Eggs easier: Penn'a ISJfc; Western I2Je
Cheese choice firmer; Mew Yerk fitctery 13c:
Western lull cream, HQllKc; de fair te geed
lOaiOc ; de half skims 9Q10c.
Petroleum duU ; refined 7JjJc.
Whisky $1 12.
Seeds nominal ; Geed te prime Timethy ut
$2 7.-S3 : Flaxseed at $1 45
New verk Market.
Nxw Yerk, June L Fleur State and West
ern without decided change and dull:
superfine state $3 75Q4 90 ; extra de $4 S5
( 73; choice de 14 8035 00; fancy
$5 0506 00; round hoop Ohie 94 905 :
choice ue a306 au ; supernne western 73
4 50; common te geed extra de 94 254J489;
choice dodo $4 8507 00; choice white wheat de
it 734J5 00; Southern cjulet and unchanged;
common te fair extra 95 255 85 ; geed te choice
de $5 507 00.
Wheat Spring quiet and nominal ; Winter
white Klc lower; Ne. 3 Red a trtfle firmer
and quiet ; Ne. lWhite cash 91 28 ; June 91 24W;
Ne.2 Ked June $12BJ.
Cern Hyc lower and fairly active ; Mixed
western spet,5254)c; de future 49WWic
Oata quiet including Se. 2 ter June 404efec;
State 431i!c ; Western 42646c.
Iteef dull and prices unchanged.
Perk firmer; new mesa 917 SO.
Lard quiet and Arm; steam rendered 97 60.
Whisky dull ; Western 91 0801 09.
Spirits of turpentine dull at 44045c.
Pan.ADn.rHiA. June 1.
1230 T.H. 3:00 r. M.
Pennab's (third Issue) 107
Philadelphia & Erie 12U
United Ces. et N. J.....
" Preferred ...
Central Transportation Ce.
Pitts . Titusvillc & Buffalo,
Naw Yewt, June 1.
Meuey. ....... ........
N. Y. Central
Cleveland A Pittsburgh.
Chicago A Reck Island...
1'iusDurgii a ion wayncim
Western union Tel. Ce 89
Teledo Wabash 30
New Jersey Central 56J6
United States Ilends and Sterling JS xchauge
(Quotations by B. K. Jamisen St Ce., S.
Cor. 3d and Chestnut streets).
PbUvADzlthta, June 1.
United States G's, 1881, (registered). .103i
United States 5's, 1881, (registered).. 102VilO.'Ji
United States 4's, lssn, ( registered) iuy,s
United States 4&ts,189,(oeupons).. .1099
United States 4's, 1907. (registered).
United States Currency 6's
Monday, May 31. The receipts of cattle at
the various Philadelphia yards for the past
week were: Beeves, 3,000 head; sheep and
lambs, 10,000 de. ; hog, 4,500 de. ; fresh cows,
Beeves. The market was devoid of anima
tion, and prices were ie per pound lower than
last week. We quote Extra at 5-hQ3p ; geed
t45ic; medium, 44c; common, 40
4c ; mixed, 33c; calves, 46c.
SALES AT THK WEST rUILADKLrUIA YARD.
200 Reger Maynes, Western and Lancaster co.,
116 Owen Smith, Western, gross, 405c.
177 A.& J. Christy, Lan county. gross, 4J5Jc
200 E. S. A B. F. Mcr'IIIen, Western, gres.
273 Ulimun A Lehman Bres.. Western ami
Lancaster co.. gross, 45c.
37 James Clemsen, Lancaster co., gross, 40
102 Denis Smyth, Penn'a, gross, 4K5c.
200 Jehn McArdlc. Lancaster and erk coun
ties, gross, S5jUc.
133 Lewenstein A Ailicr, Western, gross, 4
218 G. Scharabcrg A Ce., Western, gross,
23 F. Slicetz, Western, gross, 4V.V4c
23 L. Hern, Lancaster and Mifflin cenntiex,
46 U. Chain, jr.. Western and Penn'a, gross,
125 Daniel Smyth A Bre., Lan. co. and West
ern, gross, 445c.
100 Bachman A Levi, Western and Lan. co.,
50 Abe Ostheim, Chlcagees, gross, 45c.
18 S. Drclfus, Western, gross, 45jic.
35 P. Hathaway, Lane, co., gross, 65c.
70 L. Schamberg, Penn'a, gross, 4?i5c.
60 m. Levi, western, gross, wgtzftc.
40 Jai. Eustace, Western and Pa., gross, 40
Fresh Cows were in fair demand and prices
ranged from 920 te $50 per head.
Hogs were dull and prices were Jc per pound
lower. We quote extra at Cc ; geed at 6c;
medium at Gc ; common at c.
Lambs were plentiful and prices 1c lower.
We quote from 5 te 7c per pound.
Sheep were active and prices were He pur
pound lower. Landis A Erisman sold 12z head
of wool sheep, weighing 116 pounds, atOjc.
We quote Extra. 100 te 130 lbs., 4K4c: geed,
00 te 100 lbs, 444c ; geed, 80 te 90 lbs 44c ;
fair, 70 te 80 lbs, 3&4c ; interior, 3c; com
Samuel C. Stewart sold 500 head ,d routed
sheep at 78c
ESTATE OF MICHAEL MALONK, LATE
of Lancaster city, deceased. Letters tes
tamentary en said estate having been granted
te the undersigned, all persons indebted there
to are requested te make immediate payment,
and these having claims or demands against
the same will present them without delay for
settlement te the undersigned, residing in
COL. EDWARD McGOVEKN,
W. L. PKIPER,
J. M. BURKE,
ESTATE OF MARY MCLV ANY, LATE OF
the city of Lancaster, deceased. Letters
of administration en said estate having been
grunted te the undersigned, all persons in
debted thereto arc requested te make immedi
ate payment, and these having claims or de
mands against the same will present them
without delay for settlement te tne undersign
ed, residing in the city of Lancaster.
i JNO. A. COYLE,
J7STATE OF JAMES W. RHEY, LATE
It of Lancaster City, deceased. Letters of ad
ministration en said estate having been grant
ed te the undersigned, all 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
atterney, J. L. Steinmetr.
J. L. STEi-rJixTR, Att'T. m27-6tdeaw
INSTATE OF ANNA M. WEIDLEK,
J late et the City of Lancaster, deceased.
Letters et administration en- said estate hav
ing been granted te the undersigned, all per
sons 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 settlement te
the underslgdcd, residing in Lancaster City.
M Its. E. E. PATTERSON,
J. W. F. Swirr. Administratrix.
ESTATE OF JAMES ROHAN, LATE OF
the City et Lancaster, deceased. Letters
testamentary en said estate having been
granted te the undersigned, all persons in
debted te said decedent are requested te make
Immediate settlementtnd these having claims
or demands against the estate et said decedent
te make known the same without delay te the
ESTATE OF LOBEN X SCHILLING, LATE
of Lancaster city. Pa., deceased. Letters
of administration, with the will annexed, ob
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 or said decedent te make known the"
same te the undersigned without delay, resid
ing in Lancaster city.
ROSE SAPP, Administratrix,
B, F. Davis, Attorney. my7-6tdeaw