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LANCASTER DAILY INTEIIJGENCER. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2, 1880.
MEETING OF THE LtMNJEAS.
Donations te the Museum and Library
At the last stated meeting of the Lin
n;can society a large number of donations
wer made te the museum and library ;
among tbe former being a fine specimen of
the " horned grebe, " a beautiful byrd pre
sented by Geerge Hensel ; a tarantula from
Missouri, presented by "Win. Ileehm ; a bet
tie of grape-leaf beetles ; a bottle contaih centaih
ing the larva: of the seventeen-year locust ;
a bottle containing specimens of the great
ejed click beetle; a specimen of the rock
of Gibi altar, picsented by Geerge R.
Graeff; two boxes containing 100 pounds
of specimens of thee7 flora of Pennsyl
vania, donated by Dr. Jehn D. "Wingate,
of C.ii bendale ; a cabinet about four feet
high, thiec wide and three feet deep, with
six drawcts, containing net less than 1,200
specimens of minerals, metals, fossils and
Indian anew-headi, doueted by A. J.
Stcinm.in, esq., senior editor of the Lan
caster Intelligencer, purcha'cl by Mr.
Stcinman at the late J. Yeates Conyng Cenyng
ham'.s sale, and containing many hand
some and raie specimens, leeched by Mr.
Cunnyugham in his exchanges with bemc
of the best mineralogists of the state ;
a large specimen of watei-bug donated by
S. K. Ilestettcr, of Xcflhville ; a strange
fish, a "mengi el," donated by Geerge F.
Itathveu, Columbia ; a part of the root of
a weeping willow, showing the exact out eut eut
line of the meulding of a tombstone against
which it grew donated by Lewis llaldy ;
a vial containing Ilea beetles and garden
fleas ; a leaf of the pitcher plant, donated
by Pi of Baker, and a pepper-box puff
ball," by Mrs. Zell.
Te the library a number of books and
papers vieie donated, and te the historical
section weie added twenty cutiiu anew
and spe.ii heads, and a laigc a number of
fiagmcntaiy specimens fiem Flerida.
These specimens aie fiem Pi of. Halde
111.111' s collection, and weie donated te the
society by Mr. Win. L. Gill. What is a
special peculiarity about these idics is
that they aie all made out of finer quali
ties of stone, and of an average laiger si.c,
than we usually find them in Pennsylva
nia. Seme of them aie of agate, some of
chalcedony, Hint, hoi nstenc and jasper, or
vaiietiesef these. Dr. Itathveu donated
about feity biegiaphie.il and histeiical
sketches, many of them of a local charac
ter. Dr' Davis exhibited under the mi mi mi
cioscepc a specimen efkinatc of quinine,
and picsented it te the society.
Under the head of "Scientific Gossip'
Dr. Dubbs cxtcmpeifrcd en his examina
tion of what is supposed te be an ancient
wall, en a hill, midway between Qtiany
villc and Chestnut Lccl. The wall is
built of sandstone, without meitar. He
does net icg.tid it as pie-histeiic, but
thinks it is likely a fei till catien built in the
eaily histeiy of eui ceuntiy, piebably
dining the riillicullics between the
Matjl.uideis and the Pennsylvanians,
in which the famous maiaudcr Oiesscps
exhibited such an active paiticipatien.
Sknmisliiiur, captuiing and lecaptuiing
were fieely p.utici)atcd in by these old
pienecis of the past. The doctor will visit
the place airain and commit a fuller de
scription en papei, and file it in theai-
chives of the secietj.
Old Circus Kill.
We were te-day shown a bill fei aciicus
pei feimance which took place en the let
en the 1101th side of East King sticct, cast
of Ann, en Wednesday evening, Oct. 2S,
181S. Theciicus was owned by Mcssis.
Campbell & IJiilIe and the peifermancc
was a benefit, at which both appealed as
clowns. They weie the main features of
the show and they also pei formed a num
ber of feats in heisemanship. The bill
shown us is punted en white silk, the weik
hav ing been done at the Intelligencer
by William Hamilton, who was at that
time the publishei of this piper. One of
the dash iuIcs u-ed in the bill is still in
this office and se is the pi ess en which the
job was weiked.
Our. 1'Ii.n ni.xeutisls.
The thiid annual meeting of the Penn
sylvania phainiaceutical association will be
held in Allcntewn, commencing en Tues
day next. Se er.il of eui Lancaster phar
maceutists will attend and there will be
present representatives fiem all parts of
the state. The sevcial raihead companies
will en ty delegates at exclusion lates ;
and en Thin sday the members of the soci
ety w ill make an excui sien ever the cclc
biated switchback raihead at Mauch
Straw ueny l'estiv.il.
On Thuisd.iy evening n grand listival will
open in Ine basement of the St. l'liul's 51. E.
(lunch The ladus :11c bnsilj at vreik 111 dec
orating the beautilul 100m lei the occasion.
Don't fei get te leek 111 upon them and cheer
them wltli jourpie-eiiceaiulgeiiLieuipation-agc.
A Surprised Flijslchiii.
A DviMI PATILVT ULCOVEKS TIIIIOUGII Till.
iNTLitrosiTiev or a lIuvitLi: Gekvivn. Seme
veeksuge Hi. U , :v very reputable and
w ltlel -knew 11 phy-.icl.in, living en O
street, was called te attend n vciy complicated
case el Rheumatism. Upen aiming ut the
house he found a man about fertj rears of age,
lying In a piesliatcd and scueiis condition,
with his whole liame dangcieusly affected
with the painlul disease. He prescribed ler
the patient, but the man continued te grew
ieise, and en Sunday 'cning he was found
te be in a vciy ul.uming condition. The knees
and elbows and largei joints weie greatly In
named and could net be iuecd. It was only
with extreme dillicultj that the patient could
be tinned m bed, w ith the aid et tluee or lour
poisons. The weight of the clothing was se
eppiessiveth.it means had te be adopted te
keep it from the patient's body.
The doctei taw that his assistance w euld be
et no a ail, and lett the house, the mcmbci s of
the family following lilm tothcdeor,weeping.
At this critical hour, a neighbor, a peel and
humble Geiman shecmakei, appeared te the
gnef smitten one as a sav nig angel. He had
heard of the despaii et the familj, and new
asked them tetiy his remedy, and accordingly
bi ought lei th a bottle et St. J icon's Oil. As
a di owning man will catch at stiaws, se the
peer wite applied this remedy; she had no
hope, but would tiy anvtlnng, usa mattei of
duty. The Hist application eised the patient
veiy much; altci a few hours tliey ucd it
again, and, wendci of wendeis, the pain van
ished entirely! Every subsequent appliciticn
improved the sufferer and in two days he was
well and out. When the doctor called a tew
daysattcr, he was indeed suipiised; for, in
stead et aceipsc, he found a nun -made man.
The aged and infirm are strengthened and
laculttes biightened by Malt Hitters-
Tlic mystery has been belv ed at last ;
Our teeth no lengei need decay.
All tieubles of the mouth are past,
By SOZODONT they're swept away;
And j eung and old may smile secuie
With lips and teeth se bright and pure.
Fer tender and inllamed faces Cuticura
Shaving Seap is worth its weight In geld.
bore eyes, letter, salt ilieum Jfcc, are cured
by "Dr. Lindsey's Bleed Searcher. Sold by all
Try Lecher's Renowned Cough Syrup.
Ne Safes Remedy can be had for Coughs and
Colds or any trouble of tbe threat, than
" Brown' Bronchial Troches." Imitations are
offered for sale, many of which are injurious.
The genuine Bronchial Troches are sold only
in boxes. Jl-lwdTThAS4w
Try Lechei'a Benewned Congh Syrup.
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 all attacks. The remedy te U9e Is
Kidney-Wert. It is the best prevention of all
malarial diseases that you can take. See large
Try Lecher's Benewned Cough Syrup.
Husband "My dear that child will certantly
cough himself te death if he doesn't get relief
seen." Wife "Oh! I must tell you, I Just
bought a bottle of Dr. Themas' Eclectric Oil,
which Sirs. Brown told me cured her little girl
entirely,and I am going te try It with Johnny."
She did se, and Johnny is new skipping about
as lively and as merry as a cricket. Fer sale
If. B. Cochran, druggist, 137 and 1 North
Queen street, Lancatr, Pa. 5
Mothers! Mothers!! Mothers!!!
Aieveu disturbed at night and broken el
your rest by a sick child suffering and crying
with the exciuciatlng pain of cutting teeth?
II se, go at once and getabettlc of MBS. WINS
LOW'S SOOiIIING SYRUP. It will relieve the
peer little sufferer immediately depend upon
it; there is no mistake about it. There is neta
mother en earth w he has ever used it, who w ill
net tell you at once that it will regulate the
bowels, and give lest te the mother, and relief
and health te the child, operating like magic.
It is pei fectly safe te use In all cases, and pleas
ant te the taste, and is the prescription et one
et the eldest and best female physicians and
nuises in the United States, bold everywhere
25 cents a bottle. f jlT-lyd&wM.W&b
FOR A FINE DRESS SUIT,
MADE TO OBDER IN FIRST-CLASS STYLES, GO TO
GTVLER, BOWERS & HURSTS.
FOR A GOOD BUSINESS SUIT,
MADE TO ORDER IN BEST STYLES, GO TO
GIVLER, BOWERS & HURST'S.
FOR A PLAIN OR FANCY PAIR OF PANTALOONS,
MADE TO ORDER IN BEST MANNER, GO TO
GIVLER, BOWERS & HURST'S.
Fer ANY ARTICLE OF CLOTHING that U well made, well trimmed, and guaranteed te nt, go te Givler, Bewers 3c. Hurst's.
Fer a w H1TK DKLsS SHIRT. Gaue Undershirts, Jean Draw ers. Linen Cellars and Cuffs, Plain and Fancy Hosiery, suspenders-,
Neck bearts and Bews, all at lowest pi ices, go te
GrIVLEE, BOWEKS & HTJKST,
25 East King Street, Lancaster, Pa.
WBDNESDAYJEVKNING, JUNE 2,1880.
THE TIDE OF BATTLE
ITS IRREGULAR FLOW AT CHICAGO-
Gee. F. Hear Chairman of the Convention.
The Field Drawn First Bleed, but an Ad
journment Effected Over the Objec
tions of Blaine's Friends.
MIS CELT. AN E O US.
It veu are bilious you will find positive re
lict by using "Sellers' Liver rills." Sold by
Try Lecher's Renew ncd Cough byrup.
Statistics prove that twenty-nve percent,
el the deaths in our larger cities arc caused by
consumption, and when we reflect that this
tcirible disease In its worst stage will yield te
a bottle of Lecher's Renowned Cough Syrup,
shall we condemn the sufferers ler their negli
gence, 01 pity them for theli Ignorance? Ne
9 East King street.
Jehn Hajs, Credit P.O., says: "Hisshenldeis
wcieselame for nine months that he could net
laise his hand te his head; but by the use et
Dr. Themas' Eclectric Oil tint pain and lame
ness dls.ippeaicd, and although three months
has elapsed, he has net had an attack of it
since. Fer sale bvH. B.JCeehran.druggist, 137
and 1 M North Queen street, Lancaster. Pa. 0
Frem a Distinguished Clerirymmn.
WA&yiireTOX, D. C, June 1!), 1879.
1 have known of several persons who rc
gaided themselves as greatly benefited, and
some of them as permanently cured of diseases
of the kidneys and miliary organs by your
medicine. Warner's Safe Kidney anil 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 gieat
GEO. W. BROWN, AeT.,
Ne. 14G FAST KING STREET.
Rcsidcnee 21 .Seuth I'uncu btieet.
We would recommend all te tiy Dr. Brown
ing's Tonic and Alterative, as it is a 1'cifcet
Bleed 1'uiilier, Makes new B'oed, Reddens old
Bleed, Enriches peer Bleed, and Gives Vigoi Vigei Vigoi
eus Health. The dose is but one tcaspoentul
for an adult, and smaller in proportion for
children, and it is exceedingly pleasant te
take. Fer sale by the Piopiicter, W. Cham Cham
peon Bi owning, M. I)., 1117 Ai eh Street, Phila
delphia, and ull Diuggiets. Price 50 cents
On SATURDAY EVENING, JUNE 1,
18S0, will be sold at public sale, at the King et
Prussia Hetel, (Win. Ball, proprietor,) Nes.
'J14 and 21C i est King stieet, Lancaster, Pa ,
the following preneity, te wit:
A double one-steiv BRICK DWELLING
HOUSE, with one-story Buck Back Building,
containing 7 rooms The let lieuts 8S feet,
inoreer less, en D01 wait street, and extends
back 150 feet, mere or less, te .1 ll-leetallev,and
lias a well et geed watei theieen, situate Nes.
117 anil 119 Dei wait street.
Parties wishing te v lev the propel ty can de
se by calling en the undeisigned or ut the
bale te commence at o'clock p. 111. et suld
day, when teiuisanu vonditiens will be made
known by BAUSMAN A: BURNS,
Real Estate Agents,
Offlcc 10 est Oiange btieet.
Sah'x. Hut & Sen, Aucts. ui-eedR
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES,
FLffl k BREMAFS.
Cie(iiet, Base Bulls nml Mats, Chinese Tey
Bemb Shells, P.iper Cap Pitol-, and ether
Reasonable Goeils. ut
AJS W AD VERTISESLESTS.
H. Z. RHOADS & BRO.
Prices always lower than City Prices.
We are prepared te fill orders for Hair Jewelry and Special
Werkat short notice from our own factory.
We have the mechanics and tools for first-class Watch and
Ne. 4 WEST KING- STREET.
Finn t Brenemans,
Nature's SI ice-way. !
The Kidneys are natuie's slnice way te wash 1
out the debris et our constantly changing
bodies. If they de' net work piepeily the
trouble Is felt cv cry where. Then be wise and
as seen as you sec signs of dlseider get a pack
age of Kidnej-Weit and take it faithfully. It
will clean the sluiceway of sand, gravel or
slime and purity the w hole uystein.
152 North Queen Street,
A NEW DEPARTURE IN MEDICINE-THE
A DRUGGING SUPERSEDED.
OLD SYSTEM OF DOSING AND
The Excelsior Liver and Stomach Pad
1 a new curative agent, totally dilFerent from and greatly superior te anything hitherto oflei eflei
ed te the public. It acts directly upon the v ital eigans and cures bythe stilctly natural preeess
of ABbORPTION. It has pieved its efllcicy by the sevei est tests, and Is strongly recommend
ed by all who have used It. As a lemedy in malaiieus fevers, liver and stomach complaints,
iiregulaiities, nei veus disorders, mental depie-sien, headache, and overflow of bile, drepsical
ailments, nausea and constipation, it has 110 equal. PRICCb Regular Pa,$l: Special bizc,
$l.iO. Pieparedand weld by the
ABSORPTIVE MEDICAL COMPANY,
in.B-ttdSAYVw Ne. 31 WEST CHESTNUT STREET, I.ANUASTEK, Vli.
Fer Sale by Druggists. Send 01 call for circulais giving testimonials, Ac.
"bhe insists that it is mere niipeitancc, that
her family shall be kept in lull health, than
that she should haveall the fashionable dresses
and stj les of the times, flic theieteie sees te
it, th.it each member of her family is supplied
with enough Hep Bitters, at the Hist appear
ance of any sjmpteins of HI heath, te prevent
a lit et sickness with its attendant expense,
eaieand an-viety. All women should eerci--e
their w isdem 111 this w ay." Ed.
Weakly and blckly Persen?.
llanj persons who aie weak and sickly at
this se.isen of the year aie at a less te knew
what will re-.teic their health. It has lately
been found by expeitencc that the use of
Speei's Pett Uiapc iVincls one et the best ie ie
stei ativ cs knew 11. Pli j sicians, clei g men and
temperance advocates should encourage the
use of Pett Grape and thus aid the cauic of
temperance and moderation. It is especially
lcceuimended te lamilies fei its putity, ex
quisite llav or and health properties. Medical
men ceitily te its vnlnable medicinal peweis.
rir. Spcci has been for jeais engaged in the
lrisiug el grapes and pcrtecting this wine, and
it lequiiesa tour veai-s piecess befeie it is lit
fermaikut. N. 1. Baptist.
This wine is endorsed by Dis. Atlee and
D.iv is, and sold by II. E. Slaymakcr, who has
procured some dfiect fiem the Vineyards, it
is excellent ler females, especially for these
with musing infants. jl 2wd&w
Democratic County Committee.
The members of the Democratic county
committee elect ler the ensuing political ye ir
aie requested te meet at Shobei's hotel this
city, en MONDAY, JUNE 7, 1SS0 at 10 a. m., ler
oiganizatieiiand ter such ether business as
the committee may determine.
W. U. nENSEL,
ml7-tf Chairman for 1879-SO.
DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET.
FOIl SUPREME JUDGE.
rOl AUDITOR GENERAL.
ROBERT P. DECUERT.
DEMOCRATIC CODNTY TICKET.
.1. L. STE1XMETZ.
FOR DISTRICT ATTORNEY.
B. F. MONTGOMERY.
FOR SENATOR (13tll DISTRICT )
J. B. DOUGLASS.
FOR ASSEVfBLY (2(1 DISTRICT.)
b. C. STEVENSON,
S. P. SII1RK.
FOR ASSEMBLY (3d DISTRICT.;
R. DAVIS YUNDT,
JACOB M. HAENLEN.
FOR TRISON INSPECTORS.
BARTON M. WINTERb
FOR VOOR DIRECTORS.
A. J. SNYDER,
LANCASTER COUNTV APPOINTMENTS.
DELEGATES TO ATIONAL CONVENTION.
B. J. McGRANN,
V. U. HENSEL.
E. b. HAMBRIGHT
C. J. RHOADS.
JAMES G. McSPARRAN.
STATE COMMITTEE MEMBERS.
PROPOSALS AVIJ.L HE RECEIVED AT
the Jl.iyei's Olhce up te THURSDAY.
JUNE 3, 180, at 8 o'clock ). m. ler two liun
dicd tens, meie or less, gloss weight, of pine
washed river sand, cleat of le.im mid inbbagc,
deliveied en the siding et the tailiead in this
city. Twecai leads te be deliveied daily, un
der the Older et the Supcnutcndcnt of the
Water Weiks. the bids must state hew much
per gi ess ten.
BIDS will be received at the same time and
place ler the hauling et the sand by the giess
tin from the siding te the eastern leseiven.
Te be unleaded w heie the Snpeiiutendcnt may
PROPOSALS will be iecciid nt the same
time and place ler titty tlieus uid.uioieei less,
et geed huid bin nt and even shaped biicks,
delivered at the reeiven. subject te the ap
proval et the bupeiintendent el the Watei
Works, commencing the deliveiv net later
than June 10, lbSO, and as lapidly theieaftei as
the Supeiintendent may iequiie,nnd te be un un
eoaded w heie he m ly diiect.
PROPOSALS will be leceived at the same
time and place lei two bundled b.mels, moie
or les, el Rosendale hydiaulic cement, et best
quality, subject te the nppi oval et the "super
intendent et the Water Works; tebe deliveied
ut the leserven at such time as lie mav diiect.
The Committee lCseive the light te reject
any and all bids. Approved secuiity In $.100
will be lcquired ler the l.nthfiil peiterm.ince
et each et the contracts ler sand, biicks and
By eidei et the Water Committee.
J NO. T. MicGONIGLE,
NEW YORK STORE.
One Case Figured Dicss Goods, Spring shades, lOca j.ud; sold eveivvvhcie atlSe.
One Case Twilled Beiges. 12c a j ard ; w 01 tli 17c.
One Case Plain Beiges, lSJ-c a yard ; regular priee 20c.
rtK) SHETLAND bllAWLS in Cardinal, Blue and White, .J0e each, would be cheap at $(.
JUST OPENED AN IMMENaE STOCK OF
PARASOLS AND SUNSHADES,
At less than Manufacturer's Puces. GREAT BARGAIN. 100 21-inch bilk Parasols at $l.'-!5
usual puce $1.73.
WATT, SHAND & COMPANY,
S AND 10 EAST KING STREET.
Binklev. .June 1, 1880, in this city. Mrs.Mag
dcleue Binklcv, wife et Matthias Binkley, in
the 5-Jd year of her age.
The relatives and 11 lends of the family aie
respectfully invited te attend the luneral from
her late residence, 509 Green street, en Friday
afternoon, at 3 o'clock. Interment at Wood
ward Hill cemetery.
Greff. .Tune 1, 1880, in Lancaster, Pa., after
a lin?eiing illness, Elizabeth GrelT, wite of
Jacob Gieff, in the 95th v ear et her age.
The relatives and irlends of the lamlly aie
respectfully Invited te attend the funeral from
her late residence, Ne. 320 Seuth Queen stieet,
en Friday afternoon, at 3 o'clock. Interment
at Zieu's cemetery. 2td
pRAND DISPLAY OF IttRE fTORlTs
VT and Fine Music by Clemmens's City Band
at FULMER'S GARDEN,
ltd (Formerly Franke's) This Evening.
Brandy as a Medicine.
The following article w as voluntarily sent te
Mr. H. E. Slayniakei, Agent fei Rcig.ut't. Old
Wine Stere, by a pieminent practising ph)si
cian et this county, w he has extensiv ely used
the Brandy refciied te in hisiegulai piaetne.
It Is commended te the attention of thesu at
flieted vv ith
Indigestion and Dyspepsia.
BRANDY AS A MEDICINE.
This new much abused Alcoholic Stimulant
was never intended as a bev eiiige, but te be
used as a medicine of great potency in the cu l e
of some of the destiuctive diseases which
sw eep aw ay their annual thousands et victims.
Wlthapuiely pliilanthiepic motive we pie
sent te the favorable notice et invalids espe
cially these atVicted with that miserable dis
ease Djspcpsia, a specific lemedy, which is
neiiung meie or less man
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1.. .I..1..1.... ...11 .....1 .1... ,......!.. 1 t
ii? iiiifiui. , iii iiiiii una iMiiijriu nivuicini ,
w hen used piepeily,
A Sovereign Remedy
ei all their Ills and aches. Be it, he.vevei
sluctly understood that we presenbe and us
but one aiticle. and tiiat is
BEIGARTS OLD BRANDY,
Sold by our enterprising jeungfuend, II. E
SLAYMAKER. This Biandy has steed the
test for years, and has never failed, as tar
as our cxpeuence extends, and we theielere
give it the pieteience ever all ether Brandies,
no matter with hew lnanyjaw-breakingFieneb
titles they aie branded. One-feuith of the
money that is yeaily thiewn away en vat ions
impotent dj spepsia specifics would sulllce te
buy all the Brandy te cine any such case or
eases. In proof et tlie curative pew ers et
Reigart's Old Brandy,
In cases et Dyspepsia, we can summon mini
hers of vv Uncases one case in paiticular
A hard-working farmer had been afflicted
with an exhaustive Dyspepsia lei a numbevel
years; his stomach would l eject almost every
kind of feed; he had sour ci nutatiens con
stantly ue appetite intact, he was obliged te
lcstuctlus diet te crackeis and stale bie.ul,
and as a beverage he used McGrann's Reet
Beer. He is a Methodist, and then, as new,
preached at times, and in his discourses eiten
declaimed earnestly against all kmdset stieng
drink. When advised te try
Reigart's Old Brandy,
In his case, he looked up with astonishment,
but after healing of Its wendeilul ellecis in
the cases of some of Ins near acquaintances, he
ut last consented te fellow our advice. He
used the Brandy faithfully and steadily; the
first bottle giving him an appetite, and beleie
the second vv as taken lie w as a sound man.w ith
a stomach capable of digesting irnj thing w Inch
he chose te eat. He stili keeps it ami uses a lit
tle occasionally; and since he has this medi
cine he has been of veiy little pecuniaiy bene
fit te the doctor. A Phactisie Puvsician.
All the New Spung Styles from the Lculing Manutactmers. Embossed Geld, Jlrenze
Satins, Gi emuls and Blanks, with Dade, Fiiee and Berdcis te match.
C AEPET8 !
; BRUSSELS, TAPESTRY, INGRAIN AND HALL CARPET.
1VC ATTINGS !
WHITE AND FANCY CHINA MATTINGS AND OIL CLOTHS.
H AGER & BROTHER,
NO. 25 WEST KING STREET.
J. B. MARTIN & CO.
Wall Papers and Window Shades.
NEWEST PATTERNS. LARGEST SIOCK TO SELECT FROM.
In Cardinal, ISrewn, Sage, Drab, Lead, Tea, Olive, Giccn and Blue, ter Window Shades.
WHITE GOODS FOR STORE SHADES.
Spring and Common Fixtures. Shades and Papei hung at short notice.
J. B. MARTIN & CO.
The Republican National Convention.
CniCAGO, June 2, 11:43 a. m. The Ex
hibition building at this hour presents a
scene of striking interest. Every available
part of the building is decorated with
Hags and banners. At the extreme north
end is a picture of Abraham Lincoln, bear
ing the motto, "And that the government
of the people, by the people, and for the
people, shall net perish fiem the face of
the earth."' Toward the centre of the
building is a picture of "Washington, and
ever the stage is a gigantic bust of the late
The location of the vaiieus delegations
is indicated by shields beaiing the name of
the state or territory. The hall is new
about twe-thiids full and the appcaianee
of pieminent men as they enter is greeted
with applause. Every moment delegates
are entering and taking their places, vvhile
the baud is playing patiietic and ether
12:30 p. m. There aie no signs of call
ing the convention te order. The delega
tions arc generally in their scats, but the
galleries are filling slowly.
At five minutes after one Cli.iiim.iu Cam
eieu, of the national committee, called
the convention te elder and called upon
Rev. Dr. Kittridge, of Chicago, who
opened the proceedings w ith prayer.
Organization Hear Temporary Chairman.
Mr. Cameren briclly addicsscd the con
ventien referring te the bitterness attend
ing the preliminary canvass, which he
hoped would new disappear in the dcsiie
te put in nomination for piesident the
stiengest candidate, one who would com
mand the lespect of the civilized world.
He counseled haimonieu.s aud united
action. He then nominated Geerge V.
Hear, of Mass., for tempetary chairman.
The nomination was unanimously latificd
and Senater Hear was conducted te the
Mr. Hear, en taking the platfenn, ad
dicsscd the convention at some length.
He said the function of the convention, if
wisely used, vv as that of naming the man
whom the people would make piesident.
His lefeience te the nomination of Mr.
Lincoln twenty yeais age was gicetcd
with applause. He would discharge his
duties as chaii man fairly and without ic
spect te persons.
The following weie appointed temporal y
sccrctaiics : Jehn II. Rebeits, of Illinois ;
C L. Magce, of Pennsylvania ; also, Chas.
W. Clisby, of Alabama, and I C. Uioad Uiead
wcll, of Misseuii, as leading clciks, and
Eugene Davis, of Xcw Yeik, as ettieial
Mr. Hale, te expedite busincs', moved a
lesolutien that the roll of states and teni teni
teries be -called and the chaii man of each
delegation shall name its members of the
committees in the following eidcr : On
permanent organization ; en niles and or
der of business ; en cicdentials and en
resolutions. Adopted without objection-
The roll was acceidingly called and the
Tirst Bleed for lll.tiue.
Utah being excluded in the loll of .states
and tcriiteiies, Mr. Frye asked that it be
Mr. Conkling (N. Y".), iisin', was ic
ccived with applause,and said thcie was ob
jection, holding as he did that the order of
1lic convention had been executed when it
had called the loll as prepared by the na
tienal committee. Thcie was a contest in
Utreh as in Louisiana, and se they weie
The chairman said that as the commit
tee roll Jiad been called, a motion te add
any ether state or tciriteiy was in order.
Mr. Frye said it was agieed by the com
mittee that Utah should be put upon the
roll (great applause) and that the sccrctaiy
of national committee says the Utah omis emis
sion was made by a mistake. ( Wild ap
plause.) Mr. Conkling feaid if thcie had been a
mistake it should be cenccted.
Mr. McCormick, of Aiizena, moved a
call of the loll by states and tcniterics for
the presentation of credentials and for
notice of contests, and that all such papers
be refened, without statement or debate,
back te the committee en ciedcntiaK
On the call of the roll Alabama and Ai
kausas gave notice of contest. Mr. Hen Hen
dereon of Iowa gave notice of contest in
the 10th distiict of Illinois. (Applause in
Mr. Waimeth announced a contest in
Contests weie also announced in Penn
sylvania and Utah, the latter by Mr. Conk
ling by request.
On motion of Mr. Legan a lesolutien was
passed granting GOO seats daily te veterans
of the war.
Adjourned Till Xo-merrou.
Mr.Cenkling moved that the convention
adjourn till 11 o'clock to-menow. Mr.
Hale opposed the motion, which was car
ried at 2 :."i."i p. m.
H. E. SLAYMAKER,
Reigart's Old Vine Stere,
Established in 1785,
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
FINE OLD BRANDIES, SHERRIES, SUPE
RIOR OLD MADEIRA, (Imported in 1S18,
1827 and 1838.) CHAMPAGNES O
EVERY BRAND, SCOTCH ALE
PORTER, BROWN STOUT.
Ne. 89 EAST KING ST.. LANCASTER. PA
4 FAIR AND STRAWBERRY FESTIVAL
JL for the benefit et St. Jeseph's Church.
commenced en FR1 DAT. 31 AY 28, at S o'clock,
sit Rethweiler's Hall, West King street, and
vull continue for ten days. inl'J-2wd
TAB. S. B. FOREMAN,
X) (PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON),
Removed from Ne. 18 Seuth Prince street te
.Ne. 211 West King street, Lancaster, Pa.
AE. McCANN, AUCTIONEER OF 1SKAL
. Estate and Personal Property. Orders
ieit at Ne. ia Charlette street, or at the .Black
Herse Hetel, 44 and 46 North CJueen street, will
-receive prompt attention. Bills made eiit and
tten4cd te wlthent additional cost, e 27-ly
WANTED .EVERYBODY TO t ADVER
tlsc, tree et charge, in the Istkixigrn
ckr, who want something te de.
I) AGS! RAGS! RAUS! RAGS WANTED,
t Housekeepers take notice that we ar
paving 3 cents a pound for JT LXKD RAGS
Cash paid as seen as delivered te
WM. HE .XNECKE,
aprO-Smd Ne. ?S West .Xing Street.
JAMES BROWN, DEALF at IN STOCKS
and Bends, 64 and 66 Brea frway. New Yerk.
Operations en margin and by nneans ofyrlvl efyrlvl
lcges. Information furnishe L ,en all matters
connected with stock specul: lAaenand investment-
Floating Corpses Dressed in bite.
Londen, June 2. The captain of a ves
which has arrived at Quccnstewn from
Demerara, reports that en the 30th of
April in lat. 30, X., long. CO, W., he
passed a craft which had apparently been
made en beard of a man-of-war or a first
class steamer, as it was belted together,
net lashed, and that two days afterwards
he saw several corpses dressed in white.
P. & R. Foreign Stockholders.
At a meeting of the Londen bondholders
of the Philadelphia and Reading railroad
company, yesterday, a protection commit
tee was appointed, and also a deputation
te wait en Lord Cairns, te ask him te act
as chairman of the committee.
Starved te Death.
The Alteena local freight yesterday
backed a car off at Bridgeport that it
might be leaded with sand. It was a
box car and, as is frequently the case,
was locked. When the workmen in the
sand quarry opened the deer they
were surprised te see the body of
a man apparently dead lying inside. He
was taken out carefully and seme signs of
life was still visible. The peer fellow
tried te speak several times, but in a very
few minutes died. It is supposed that he
was stealing a ride and was accidentally
locked in, although he may have gene in
there and took sick. On his person was
found about twenty dollars in money. Ne
clue was'left as te his name, but it is sup
posed that he came from the vicinity of
Washington, June 2. Fer the Middle
Atlantic states, stationary barometer,
falling followed by stationary or higher
temperature, north te east winds, cloudy
weather and numerous rains.
New Verk aiarket.
Nkw Yerk, .Tune i Fleur State and West
ern in bnj ers" lav er: superfine state SI 759
4 50 ; extra de $1 2A4 75 ; choice de t 805 M ;
inner $5 03$t 00: round hoop Ohie ft 904J5 2." :
choice de $3J0j4f50; superfine western SiSQ
4 50; common te geed extra de 14 25480:
jchoice dodo $1 8."S7 00; choice wblte wheat de
H 735 00: southern dull und heavy:
common te lair extra $3 2335S; geed te choice
de 5 50g7 00.
Wheat Spring dull and nominal ; Winter
lieavv XQjtc lower : Ne. 1 White June $123:
Ne.2Rcd .fune $1 35;sSl .; deliverable by
J tine 23, $12t.
Cern dull, 1: shade lower ; Mixed western
spot, 5u(tatc;de luture 43S30,ic.
Oats dull including SUte 4.147c ; Western
Beef dull and prices unchanged.
Perk firmer ; new mesH $1750.
Lard quiet and firm : steam tendered $7 CO.
WhNky dull ; Western $1 08l Oil.
Sph it.s of turpcntlne dull at 44t4jc.-
Piiir.vDSLrniA.Junei Fleur sluggish.weak:
supcitine; O0(g.:50; extra at $3 75&4 2T; Ohie
and Indiana family at 5 0005 75 : Pcnn'a
family t 75Q5 50; St. Leuis family S 50g6 00 ;
Minnesota family $5 OOflS 00; pucnt and high
Rve Heur ut $1 75.
Cemment Brandy wiue unchanged.
Wheat unlet aul steady : Ne. a Western
Red $1 27 ; Pcnn'a Red $1 27; Amber Jl 28.
Cern dull nt a decline; steamer S0Q5uc;
yellow 5i'ii".!c: mixed 5151ic.
Oats dull and weak: Ne. I, White. i3c ;
Ne. J. de iZi ; Ne. .!, de tOiUlc; Ne. :, .Mixed
Rye quiet; Western and Pa, mQ9ie.
Piovisiens dull : im-ss. perk at til 2511 10 ;
beet htuus 1718 00; India mess beet 1S 00.
bacon.snieked shoulders 514 jJrJc; salt 4i4'Jc;
sinektd li'iins 10 lie; pickled naius vya'.nC.
Laid dull ; city kettle 7Jc: lese buiiher
) 'Xc; mime steam IWigO 05.
iSuttorslew and weak ; Creamery extra. 21
2.'e; It. C. and N. Y. extra. lSJ0c ; Western
Rt sciveextra. 1510e ; de geed te choice, 12
14c : Rolls dull : Pcnn'a extra and Western
leservu extra leSl.c.
Eggs steady ; Penn'a UJc : Western 1212c.
CliieMiilriiien scarcity; New Yerk factory
lie: Western lull cream, 113c; de fuirtogeod
HWglOJe; de half skims yle"e.
Peti eleum firm; lelined'c.
Whisky f I Li.
Seeds neglected ; Geed te prime Timethy at
$2 7"S ! : Flaxseed at $1 45
I'HILADBLFHIA. JuilC 2.
12 JO P. X. S'OO P. M.
StOLlvS 111 111.
rennaO'.s(thinl issue) 107
Philadelphia & Kite I2V
Reading 1 J
Pennsylvania 49J4 ....
Lehigh Valley. 4'
United Ces. et N. J 100
Neitheiu Pacific 23J-J
" Pieleired 4.y4
Northern Central ."11
Lehigh Navigation 25'i
Central Transposition Ce. 48
Pitts., Titusville & Butlale. 14
Little Schuylkill 40
Nkw Verk, June 2
N. Y..Central 121
Adams Express 110
Michigan Central 7s
Illinois Central We'i
Cleveland & Pittsburgh 112
Chicago.. Keck Island 1
Pittsburgh & Fert Wayne. .118
Western Union Tel. Ce 87;
Teledo & W-ibash 211
New Jersey Central...
United State Bend and Sterling l'.xrlmncc.
(Quotations by B. 1C. Jamisen ft Ce., s,. iv.
Cor. "d and Chestnut Streets).
Philadelphia, June 2
United States O's, ISsi, (iegistered)..103J
United states 5's, IS81, (registered). .It3
United States 4's, Wll, (registcicdJlOQIiW;;;
United States 4's.IS'I,(eoupens).. .100
United St ites 4's, l'K(7. (reglsteied)..107JtfBlns
United Statts Cuirency U's 12 I27
Sterling L'xchaime 187 t$WJ
LANCASTER HOUSEHOLD MAKIil.T.
Cup cheese, 2ciip-'
Duti h cheese 1 lump
Cottage cheese, 2 piieet
Wheat "(11 bus
Coin ft bus
Cleveiseed fl bus
Timethy Seecd 1 '"is
Bess Zt B
Cattish "Jl 0
Kels p It.
Ilcimig Tfl de.
Apples fl 14 pk
Bananas $1 dez
Cranbcrrh s fl tjt
Clienies, dried, 1 qt
Currants, dned, 11
Dlied Apples $1 qt
" Peaches fl qt
Lemens f) dez
Oranges ! dez ." ,
Pine Apples fl piece
Straw benies, 1 box
Chickens $1 pair
Ducks 1 p'ur
Geese fl piece
Asparagus jl bunch
Beets ft bunch
Cabbage fl head
Carrots fl bunch
Cucumbers fl dez
Green beans ft y peck
" peas ft J pick
Heiscnidirih ft piece
Lima beans fl qt,
Onions fl pk
" fl bunch
PoLitees elil fl pk
Radishes ft buneli
soup Btansfl qt
Salsify fl bunch
Tomatoes ft quart
Lettuce, head and plate
Apple Butter fl qt
Cider fl gallon
Kggs ft dez
Seap ft lb.... .....................
Sauerkraut fl qt
Beef Steak, fl ft
" Roast (rib) ft ft
" " (chuck) fl ft
" Corned, fl ft
" Dried, fl ft
Ham fl ft
Lard fl ft
Mutten fl ft
Perk fl ft
Pudding fl ft
Sausage fl ft
Sides and Bacen ft ft
Shoulders fl ft
Veal V ft
.f.5 23fe J.50
. . . .35c
. . . ,5j
A S 1 INTEND KNGACJING IN OTHKK
J business, I offer my entire Livery Stock
and Property, new used by me as a Livery
Stable, at private sale.
J1.3td GEO. W. 7.ECHER.
(1 RAIN SPECULA-IION
X In large or small amount". $25 or 120,000.
Write W.T.SOULK& CO.. Commission Mer
chants, 130 La Salle street, Chicago, 111., for elr-
MKNDMKNT TO CHARTER OK I.AN
castcr Heme Mutual Fire Insurance Coin-
Netice is hereby given that application lias
been made te the Court of Common Pleas of
Lancaster county te grant certain amendments
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. in.
WM. R. WILSON,
Solicitors for the Lancaster Heme Mutual Fire
Insurance Company. m26-3wdM,W&S