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LAKCASTEll DAll INTELUGEKCEK. WEDNESDAY. JUNE 16, 1880.
Polluting the Water.
Yesterday Superintendent Kitch, of the
water works, learned that the entrails of a
dead cow had been thrown into the Cones Cenes
toga creek near Edcu. He ariaited the
place, and alter finding the offensive mat
ter, he had it brought ashore and burned.
Complaint was made before Alderman
Dennelly, of the Seventh ward, charging
Charles Mowery and Abraham Brubaker
with having placed the entrails in the
creek. They were arrested by Chief of
Police Deiekler and gave bail for a hear
Died in the West.
Information has reached Lancaster that
the little daughter of Mr. Samuel F. Rath
von, late of this city, died in Sterling,
Kansas, en the 10th of June, aged 11
months. Mrs. Rathveu is a daughter of
Hep. Henry S. MeGraw, ex-st.itc treas
urer, and has many friends in this state
and Maryland who will sincerely sympa
thize with this sere affliction.
A gondola car was run ever the trestle
work of David Buflenmyer's coal yard at
Quarryville last evening and had the wheels
Gustav A. IIeilma.v, esq., editor et the
Pittsburgh Daily Republican, suHcrcd with
Rheumatism for two years, and lay many u
night unable te sleep en account of terrible
pains. Twe bottles el St. Jacob's Oil cured
Summer clothing and straw hats arc selling
rapidly at Williamson & Fester's since the
great reduction in prices. And they will close
their store from July 5 te September 1. at 7 p.
in., except Saturdays. iel6-M,W, Fil&wtf
The Alpha club. which is composed of young
men treiu the"hill," will give a party at the
Green Cottage en Saturday night, when a line
I line 1 expected.
Kirst-class barbers use the C utlcura .Medici
n il .-having Seap exclusively.
Hark! hark ! 'tis SOZODOXT 1 cry,
llitslc. youths and maidens, come and buy.
Come and a secret I'll unfold,
At small expense te young and old.
A charm that will en both bestow
A ruby lip, and teeth like snow.
The invalid's hope and strength beyond al
ether remedies is Malt Hitlers.
LANCASTER ItOUDSKIIOI. 3IAKKi:T.
Cup cheese, 2 cups
Dutch cheese lump
Cottage cheese, 2 pieci
Apple J1 ) pk
Itauanas each ,
Cranberries t t
Cherries, dried. jt
Curnints, dried, $1
Dried Apples fl l
' Peaches f I ijt
Lemens 7) dez
oranges $t dnz
Tine Apples $ piece
Strawberries, tjf) box
Ducks Tfl pair
Gcese 1 piece
A.sparsigus 1 bunch
Heels t bunch
Carrots 1 bunch
Cucumbers $1 dnz
Green beans ?1 )pcck
"JJlpeas $1 p ;ck
1 Ierseradish piece
Lima beans $ qt.
Onions f? pk
Potiteesold fl i pk
44 Sweet 1 Jpk
Had is lies ) buncli
.eup Beans 1 qt
Salsily ) bunch
Tomatoes $1 14 pk
Lettuce, head and plate
I'cuus $1 i pk
Apple Ilutter f? qt
Cider 1 gallon
Kggs f? de.
Ilenev "i Hi
.soap $1 A.
Saner kraut qt
" Roast (rib) fl
44 " (chuck) W .
44 Corned, 31 ft
44 Dried, 31 ft
Ham II ft
Lard f) Hi..........
Mutten W H.
Sausage i ft
Sides and liaceu f) ft
Shoulders ? ft
Veal Iff ft
Wheat f) bus
Cern l bus
Oats J bus
Clevcrseed ? bus
Timethy Seced $1 bus
litis- "11 ft
Cattish $1 ft
Eels ff ft
Oysters r1 1
Smelts. ....... .............. .......
, 10 12c
Held, poverty and suffering haunted me for
years, caused by a sick family ami large bills
for doctoring which did no geed. 1 was com
pletely discenraged, until one year age, by
1 he advice of my pastor, I procured Hep Hit
lers and commenced their use, and in one
month we were all well, and none of us have
been sick a day since ; and 1 want te say te all
peer men, you can keep your lamilies well a
year with Hep Hitlers for less than one doc
ter's visit will cost. A Workingman.
An Old .Man Itestered te Health.
ItATAVIA, X. Y., Sept. 15, 1S7SJ.
II. II. Waknbk ft Ce., KOCIIKSTKR, X. Y. Uex-
tlksikn' " Fer forty years I have suffered with
Diabetes, being obliged te void urine as elten
as once in thirty minutes, and have also been
a great sufferer from palpitation et the heart.
I am new using your Diabetes Cure, and can
truly say, at seventy years t age, that it
makes me feel like a new man."
jel5-2wd&w Peteu Siieweumax.
Die. Browning's Tonic and Alterative Is the
popular Bleed Puriticr, Tonic, etc., because it
is made by a Hegular Graduate of Medicine, is
the result el scientific research, U accurately
and elegantly compounded, wonderfully elli elli
cacieus, in Liken in very small doses, and is
pure, clean, and pleasant te the taMe. Price
50 cents and $1. Ker side by the Proprietor, W.
Champien Browning, M. !., 1117 ArchStieet,
Philadelphia and all Di mjglsts.
Try Lecher's Kenewned Cough syrup.
Statistics prove that twenty-live percent,
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 .s title re rs ler their negli
gence, or pity them for their ignorance? Ne
'J East King street-
If Yeu are Slek, Read
the Kidney-Wert advertisement In another
column, and It will explain te you the rational
method of getting well. Kidney-Wert will
save you mere doctor's bills than any ether
medicine known. Acting with specific energy
en the Kidneys and Liver, it cures the worst
diseases caused by their derangement. Use it
at once. jel4-l d&w
Hew te Get Well.
Thousands of persons arc constantly
troubled with a combination of diseases. Dis
eased Kidneys and costive bowels are their
tormenters. The3' should knew that Kidney Kidney
Wert acts en these organs at the same time,
causing them te threw off the poisons that
have clogged them, and se renewing the whole
man. Hundreds testify te this.
Try Lecher's Renowned Cough Syrup.
Your liver la out of order and you knew it;
se take "Sellers' Liver Tills." Sold by all
Mether! Mothers!! Mothers!!!
Are you disturbed at night and broken et
your rest by a sick child suffering and crying
with the excruciating pain of cutting teeth?
II se, go at once and getabetUe of MKS. WIXS
LOW'S SOOTHING SYBUP. It wlU reUeve the
peer little sufferer immediately depend upon
it; there is no mistake about IL There is neta
mother en earth who has ever used It, who will
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 perfectly 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
nurses in the United States. Sold everywhere
23 cents a" bottle. H17-lj'd& wM. W&8
Tr-. Lechev's Kcnewned Ceugli Syrup.
Suduen Changes of the Wkatheb often
cause Pulmonary. Bronchial and Asthmatic
troubles. 4" Brown's Jirenchiul Troches'" will
allay irritation, which induces coughing, of
tentimes giving immediate relief.
Try Loehei's Kenewned Cough Syrup.
What is the use in going te the seaside ler
heal th when Dr. Lindsey's Bleed Searcher"
is what you need?
Orape Culture and Wine.
The culture of grapes in Xew Jersey Is get
ting te be one of the most important indus
tries of the state. The principal varieties
raised arc the Oporto and Concord. Mr.Speer's
vineyards at Passaic premise a larger yield
this than any previous year. In consequence
Mr.OJpeer has reduceil the price of his Pert
Grape Wine. The eldest can new be Wad at $1
per bottle lrem any et the druggists. It is used
for medicinal purposes as a superiorwine, anil
in churches for communion purposes. Its
properties are net intoxicating se that the
weakest person may use it te advantage, ami
temperance people cannot object te its use ler
medicine. Keening Iliillctin.
This wine is endorsed by Drs. Atlee and
Davis, and sold by II. K. Slaymaker.
Try Lecher's Benewned Cough Syrup.
DKMOCKATIC STATK TICKKT.
KOlt SUl'ItEME JUDGE.
FOK AUDITOR OENKKAL.
ItOBKBT P. DKCHKliT.
DKMOCKATIC COUNTY T1CKKT.
J. L. STKIXMETZ.
Ken DISTRICT ATTOKNEV.
KOlt SENATOR (13tll DISTRICT.)
.1. H. DOUGLASS.
FOR ASSEMBLY (2U DISTRICT.)
S. C. STKVENSON,
FOR ASSEMBLY (3d DISTRICT.4
U. DAVIS YUNDT,
JACOB M. HAEXLKN.
KOR I'RISON IXSrEOTOES,
BABTOX M. W1XTKK
KOR VOOR DIRECTOIW.
A. J. SXYDEK,
LANCASTKK COUNTY APl'OINTMICNTS.
Di:l.E(IATES TO NATIOXAL CONVENTION.
B. J. McGUAXX,
JAMES G. McSPABUAX.
STATE COMMITTEE MEMIIKIH.
M. S. MOOUE.
Kmeht Alrrieiit. Wednesday morning,
June hi. 1SS0, at the n-sidence. of the bride's
lather. 1.12 East Chestnut street, by the Be.T.
It. W. Ilufferd. Dr. Horatio I). Knight and Miss
Kmily Albright, both of Lancaster city.
Tweed. June hi, Usi), Klizabuth Tneeil, in
the 42d year of her age.
The relatives and friends of the family are
re-pectfully Invited teattcndtheluner.d lrem
her late lesidence Xe. 320 Kast King street, en
Friday morning at !) o'clock. Interment at
Xew Providence. Services both at the house
and the Xew Providence Hefermed church.
Uathven. At Sterling, Kansas, en June 10,
ls). Emily Magraw.iiitaiitdaughterel Samuel
K. and Etiiily II. Uathven, aged II months.
JVX'ir Alt rJZRTMJ.'MEXTS.
riiUKTL.E SOUP LUNCH
East King Street.
Te moriew (Thursday) evening. ltd
PKOF. LOSSES' PHILADELPHIA OK.
every evening and a display of II
witlfMilwaukee Beer always en tap.
UllK YOUIl PKOPEIITY WITH.
BAUSMAN & BUUNS,
Xe. 10 West Orange Street.
ANNUA L CO.UM ENCEMENT
the SACIIED IIEAUT ACADEMY, at
FULTON OPKUA HOUSE,
Next Friday Afternoon, June 18, at 1:30 p. m.
General Admission, 15 Cts
SCHOOL TAX, 1880.
The duplicate is in the hands el the Treas-
5 per cent, off for premt paymen
WM. O. MAKSHALL, Treiusi
Ne. 12 Centre Square.
Oilice hours lrem 0 a. 111. te 4 p. m.
AMENDMENT TO VHAKTEIt OF LAN
caster Heme Mutual Fire Insurance Corn Cern
Netice is hereby given that application has
been made te the Court of Common Pleas of
Lancaster county tegrant certain amendments
te charter of Lancaster Heme Mutual Fire In
surance Company, new filed in Prothenotary's
Ollice, anil motion ler decree granting the
same will be made en the 21st day of June, A.
D. IS), at 10 o'clock a. 111.
WM. It. WILSON,
Solicitors for the Lancaster Heme Mutual Fire
Insurance Company. m2G-3vdM,WftS
1JUBL1C SCHOOL liXAMlNATION.
The examination of the pupils in the Public
Schools of the city of Lancaster will be held as
The nunils attending Mr. Matz's German
and English school, en 1 nursuay, j 11111: -. an
a. in., anil these of the-Colored Scheel en the
same day at 1 p. in. These lrem Miss Hantch's
Scheel will be examined by Mr. Gates in their
and English school, en Thursday, June 24. at 8
remn mi the same lav at 1 11 111.
The Transfer Clas-es attending the Primary
Schools taught by Misses Channel, Marshall,
Gundaker, Buckius, Stahl, Baer and Clarksen,
the bevs by Mr. Gates, in his room, en Wed
nesday June 23, at 2 p. m.; the girls by Mtss
Brubaker, ir her room, en Wednesday, June
23, at 8 a. m. These attending the schools
taught by Misses Downey. Utter and Mussel
man, the girls by Miss Huber, in her room, en
Tuesday, June 22, at 8 11. 111. These from the
Schools taught by Misses Zug, Zurelier,Dongh Zurelier,Dengh
erty and Johnsten, the girls by Miss Bun
deli, in her room, en Tuesday, June 22,
at 8 a. 111. The boys from theSchoels taught by
Misses Downey, Etter, Mussulman, Zurcher,
Zug. Dougherty and Johnsten, by Mr. Herr,
in his room, en Tuesday, June 22, at 2 p. 111.
The transfer classes from the Scheel taught
bv Messrs. Gates, Herr and Matz, and by
Misses Bnndell, Brubaker and Huber, at the
High Scheel building en Monday, June 21, at
8 a. m.
The pupils of the High Schools, the girls en
Thursday and Friday mornings,.! une 17 and 18,
at 8 a. 111.; the boys in the atternoen of the
The examinations will be largely conducted
as heretofore (teachers and pupils observing
the rules adopted and published last yerr) by
the principals el the higher schools, under the
direction of the city superintendent and the
scholars net new attending the Public
Schools, but who intend te make application
ter admission for the coming school year, are
requested te attend the examinations and join
their respective classes.
Directors, parents ami the public generally,
are cordially invited te be present.
The Commencement exercises of the High
Scheel will be held at Fulton hall, en Friday,
June 25, commencing at 8:30 o'clock a. m.
By direction of the Superintending Com
mittee. B. K. BUEHhLE,
ASTRICH BRVS ADVERTISEMENT.
13 EAST KING STREET,
The attention of the people of Lancaster is
called t the tact that we liave new improved
our store in an elegant and novel way, thus
enabling us te show a greatmany of our goods
te best advantage, and having all our goods
which we exhibit marked in plain and large
figures it makes shopping in our store mere
pleasant than in any ether place in this city.
THE IMMENSE SUCCESS
which has crowned our undertaking se lar has
Increased our iacilities in such a way that we
arc able te show te our customers a greater
variety and tell our goods at much lower
prices than ever before.
We call special attention te the follewing:
IN TRICES OK
We offer this week special inducements in
our Hat Department,
We have reduceil the prices of all our Hats
and sell them new at prices never heard et lie
lore. Sailors at le
Fancy Trimmed Sailors at 2jc
A splendid htraw Sailor in white, brown
and navy blue, ;ler 3!le
Fine Ecru Sailors of the newest style ter . . .tJ-.'c
Childs' Sundewns ut 19c
Ladies' Sundewns at 25 and 33c
We sell all our Ladies' Shape Hats in straw,
Fine Braid Hats at 3'.)c
Extra Fine Milan Bennets at 75c
LADIES' FAYAL HaTS in white, geld,
black and mixed Straw, ler 57c
A lull line el" Girls' and Beys' Hats at lnw
Laces of every style and dcscrlntlen.
Valenciennes Lace, Inch wide, 18e apiece.
Valenciennes Lace, 1 inch wide, 25c apiece.
Valenciennes Lace, y inches wide,33capiece.
Torchon Lace 5c a yard, 50c a dozen.
All Linen Torchon Lace, y, inches wide, 10c
a yard or $1 a dozen.
Complete assortment of line and cheap Tor
chon Laces 011 hand.
Bussian Lace, Maltese Lace, Cluny Lace,
The newest patterns in Bretonne and l.au l.au
guedeu Laceatexliemely low prices.
UIBBONS in Silk and Satin of every shade.
"All the new shades .et Hibben en hand.
5-inch Sash Uibben, all Silk 27c per yard.
Cinch Sash Uibben, all Silk 34c
htriped satin Uihbens in ai; the new eoleis.
Silks and Satins in gteat vailety at 75c per
Finest quality of Satin at Me.
Superb Black Satin worth $1.75, for $1.20.
OUll FLOWKBS AND FKATIIEBS
we offer new at reduced prices.
We sell handsome, large Hoses ler 5c
Fine French Ueses at. '.), 12. 11,17c
Sprays and Wreaths at any price.
ielets at 5c per dozen.
Our Leng Ostrich Plumes we have marked
down te 4'Je.
Great inducements offered in our Pura-el
A tud asseitment en hand in I'iain and
All Silk Parasols for $1.44, in large size.
Special bargains in Parasols wi h White
Ivery Handle, 20, 22 and 21 inches, all of the
Best Twilled Silk at $1.90, $2.11", $2 48.
A liaudsnii'e2iMiich. nil silk Parasol, suitable
for snn and rain for $3, worth $1.50.
Fans lrem le upwards.
Fine Japanese Fans for 10c
Leng Handle (new) Japanese Fans 4c
Russian Leather Sliding Fans l!lc
Xew Fat inilza Fans Sic
Black satin Fans 3!tc
First Quality satin Fans '.fJu
A splendid assortment et Fine Fans offered
at reasonable prices.
Leng Handled Feather Fans, the Gem of the
Sctsed, at 5S and 75c
Satin Covered Fans 8sV
Novelty Cambric Belts 10c
Black Velvet Belts l'Je
All Leather Belts Jlc
Silk Embroidered Cashmere Belts 50c
Silk Velvet Belts 3!ic
Belts. with S' raps or buckles.
02, t!7, 75. S8, $1, $1.22
Lace and Swiss Ties at all prices.
Lace Fichus from 17c up te $.'.
Children's Lace Cellars from 5e upwards.
Children's Lace Bibs from 50e up te 1.
Wide Lace Scarfs aUU. 25,3:', 54c and upwards
LADIES' LINEN WARE.
Ladies' All Linen Cellins
Ladies' All Linen Cellars.
Ladies' All Linen Cuffs
Striped Cellars and Culls
12c per pair.
25c per el
In this department we are new enabled te
offer a complete ami full assortment et every
thing appertaining te the line of Ladies'
mil Children's Keady-uisidc Ware,
prices cheaper than ever before.
Ladies' Light Colored Calice Wrappers
with Deep Flounces tl.oe
Ladies' Flounced Wrappers, Shirred in the
A Most Handsome, Elegant Princess Wrap
per, Corded and Flounced, Best Fitting. .$2.38
Ladies' Calice Suits, Skirt aud Basque $1.50
Skirtantl Basque neatly corded ler $l.!5
Ladies' Calice Basques 3!ic
Ladies' White Lawn Basques 73c
Ladies' White Lawn Basques, Tucked !Wu
Ladies' White Lawn Basques, Tucked and
Ladies' White Basques, Embroidered front
and back $l.'.i7
Ladies' White Basques, Elegantly Trim
med with Ileal Torchon Lace $2.'.is
Ladies' Lawn Suits $2.00
Ladies' Lawn Suits, Trimmed with Lace..$f.'j)
Ladies' Linen Suits $2.50, $3.O0,$L0O, $5.U)
Ladies' Linen Ulsters $1.25
Extra Fine $1.50, $2.00, $2.50, $3.0J
Children's Calice Gabriels '.5;
Kilt Plaited Gabriels 5ec
Kilt Corded and Trimmed with Edging 00c
We have new en hand 25 different styles of"
Children's Calice and Gingham Dresses.
CHILDREN'S LACE CAPS,
CHILDREN'S NORMAXDIE CAPS.
We sell the Most Elegant Corset for 4!K;
Everybody ought te try it. It is et splendid
shape anil ncsi, mung.
We sell Woven Corsets al
A Handsome Silk Embroidered
Deuble Husk, Side Steels
Blue, Bed and Grey Corsets
The CYPRUS CORSET, Elegantly
hreldcred, Speen Busk
Ladies' Shetland Shawls, Hand Made, 75c,
$1, $1.23, $1.00 and upwards.
There are thousands of ether articles which
we are selling remarkably low, and which we
are net able te mention here, but an early call
will convince veu that we have a better as
sortment and sell cheaper than any place in
13 EAST KING STREET,
We ate offering inducements iu every department of our store.
AVe invite examination of our stock and prices. ,',
We are constantly receiving New Goods and therefore offer te our customers the very latest style. -' . i
We buy all our goods at cash down prices, which enables us te offer them te our customers at low prices.
We buy no goods but what we can recommend te our customers that will be sure te give them satisfaction.
We keep the Largest Stock of
Sis, Dress Reeds, Lawns, lite Ms, Embroideries.
Laces, Hosiery, Gloves, White and Colored Skirts, Gauze
Underwear, Shetland Shawls, &c, in the City.
CS PLEASE GIVE US A CALL.
GrIVLEK, BOWEKS & HUBST,
25 East King Street, Lancaster, Pa.
H. Z. RHOADS & BRO.
Prices always lower than City Prices.
We are prepared te fill orders for Hair Jewelry and 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.
Ne.l.TO'S XOUTH Q.UKKX STUHET, near 1". K.
U. Depot, l-uncastcr, Pu. Geld, Silver unit
Xlckcl-ciiMil Watches, Chains, Clocks, &c.
Agent ter the celelmtel l'antuscepic Specta
cles anil Kyu-UIasscrt. Repairing a specialty,
Clocks, Chains, Thermometers, &c,
WIIOI.KSALK AM) UKTAIL,
106 EAST KING STREET.
SOMETHING FOB WAKM WEATUEK.
ICE URN AND TIITING ICE SETS
Porcelain Linings arc valued ler retaining
the purity and coolness et water.
Jeweler, 20 East King Street,
Tjje Lewest Prices!
Orders anil inquiries by mail receive pi empt
Diamonds, Sapphires, Em
eralds, Rubies, Pearls.
THE LATEST DKSIOXa IN
LACE PINS, SCARF PINS, FINGER RINGS
EAR-RINGS, BRACELETS, SLEEVE
BUTTONS AND LOCKETS,
In Reman Filigree and Burnished Geld.
H. S. SHIRK'S
202 WEST KING STREET,
lias the Largest and Cheapest Stock el all
kinds of CARPETS in Lancaster. Over
100 Pieces of Brussels
en hand, as low as SI. 00 and upwards.
Carpets made te order at short notice. Will
also pay 10 cents ter Extra Carpet Bags.
W-Give us a trial.
202 WEST KING STREET.
IIFTEEN DOLLARS BUYS A
With Enameled Water Tank, at
SIIERTZER, HUMPH SEVILLE &
Ne. 40 East King Street, Lancaster, Pa.
'ANTED .EVKKT1SODY TO AUVEIt-
lisc, free ut churKb, in the Ictblliukn-
ubii, uimi wuiii.s HemeiuiiiK loue.
WANTED. AN HONEST, Ul'KKillX
ami intelligent young man et business
capacity wants a situation as clerk or sales
man in a dry goods house. Can come well
recommended by prominent business men of
the county. Address "Business," Lull caste r
IAOS! KAGS! KAGS! BAGS WANTED
, Housekeepers take notice that we are
puyiug 1 cents a pound for MIXED KAUS.
Cash paid as seen as delivered te
apr9-3md Ne. 2:55 West King Street.
j The duplicate of city taxes is new in the
hands of the Treasurer. Five per cent, abate
ment will be allowed en all taxes paid en orbc erbc orbc
tere Julv 1, 180. E. WELCIIANS,
UONUAY SCHOOL FESTIVAL,.
O A Festival witii all the delicacies or the
season, ter the benetlt of Christ l.uth"ran Sun
day school, will be held at Roberts's hall. X.
l'rince street, en Thursday, Friday and Satur
day evenings of this week. Admission 10 cents.
AE. iMcUANN, AUCTIONEER OF HEAL.
. Estate and Personal Property. Orders
lctt at Xe. 35 Charlette street, or at the Black
Horae Hetel, 41 and 46 North queen street, will
receive prompt attention. Bills made eutand
j tlpnilcil te xitlmut additional cost e'i7-lv
Dlt. WM. It. FAHNKSTOCK
Having returned lrem the Seuth, has re
sumed lii ellice practice, and can be fount! at
Xe. 239 EAST KIN'G STREET.
TTAVI HAY!! HAY!!!
FIFTY TONS Ne. 1 TIMOTHY HAY,
M. F. STEIGERWALT & SON'S,
siT-lyil i!4 NORTH WATER STREET.
IjTnoresALs fek huillung.
I Sealed proposals will be received by the
Ile.ird of Trustees of the Yeates Institute until
.I17NE 2T, 1SS0, for the erection of a Scheel
Building en the let en the northeastern corner
et Duke and Walnut streets. The contractor
will be expected te de all the work connected
with the building, including plumbing, gas
fitting. Ac, and making the Hues and connec
tions ler the heater. The riaht te reject any or
all of the bids is reserved. The plans and spec
ifications can be seen at the ellice of S. II.
Reynolds, esq. Proposals te be addressed te
jcl5.5td Secretary of Beard of Trustees.
13KOPOSAL.S DOR STREET WORK.
Scaled pi opesals will be received by the
street Committee for the following work up
te the 24th day of JUNK, at 7 o'clock p. in.:
Fer laying Belgian Bleck pavement and
crossings en Xertli Queen street, from Penn
Square te Orange street. Fer grading aud
macadamizing West Orange street lrem Char Char
eotte te Piue. Fer grading Poplar street from
sirawDerry te t liuert. .acu part 01 sain werK
te be bid ler separately. The committee re
serve the righttorejectanyerall bids received.
Proposals te be endorsed stating the work bid
for and te lie addressed te 1). McMullen, Chair
man, and lelt at Ne. 122 East Kingstrect. Plans
aud specifications te be seen at the efllce of
JAMES C. CARPENTER. City Regulator.
jel4-2tdeedM ATh Ne. 4! North Duke Street.
KlltlfEY AX1 ZIVER CURE.
Kidney and Liver
The greatest et Modern Medical Discoveries.
A Vegetable Preparation and the ONLY SURE
REMEDY in the world ler Blight's Disease,
Diabetes and all Kidney, Liver and Urinary
Diseases. There are a large number of testi
monials of the highest character in support e t
these statements. Prof. Green, a distinguished
allopathic physician of the Seuth, in an article
in the Medical Recerd, gives an account of the
cure of two cases of Chronic Bright's Disease
by this remedy, and advises all his brother
physicians te use It in practice. K. Caulkins,
M. D., of Bechester, N. V., writes that he would
prescribe the remedy te all afflicted with
serious Kidney and Liver Diseases. Uev. J. E.
Rankin, D. 1)., et Washington, D. C, tells et
permanent cures effected by it, and says: "I
de net doubt that it lias great virtue." D. W.
Bartine, M. D., D. I)., of East Orange. X. !.,
certifies that it cured him of chronic Bright's
Disease In two weeks, ltev. C. A. Harvey, 1.
I)., Secretary of Heward University, certifies ;
"I am convinced that no remedy heretofore
used or described can be held for one moment
in comparison witii this." These are sample
Twe compounds : Fer the cure el Diabetes
call for Warner's Safe Diabetes Cure. Fer cure
of Bright's and the ether diseases call for War
ner's Safe Kidney and Liver Cure.
Warner's Safe Bitters, Safe Tonic, Safe Pills
and Safe Nervine are also superior remedies,
unequalled in their respective fields of disease.
Warner's Safe Remedies are sold by drug
gists and medicine dealers generally through
out the country. Send for pamphlet and testi
monials. II, II. WARXEB & CO., Rochester, N Y.
"WM. P. PRAILEY'S
MONUMENTAL, MARBLE WORKS
758 Nerm yueeu Street, Lancaster, Pa.
MONUMENTS, HEAD AND FOOT STONES.
CEMETERY LOTS ENCLOSED, Ac.
All work guaranteed and satisfaction g. en
n every particular.
N. B. Remember, works at the extreme end
f North Queen street. ni30
WEDNESDAY EVENING, JUNE 1(3,1880.
Washington, June 1(5. Ferth Middle
Atlantic state's, rising barometer, station
ary or higher temperature, northerly
winds, partly cloudy weather aud occa
sional rains in the eastern portion.
His Letter Declining a Nomination.
Utica, X. Y., June 10. The following
from Governer Seymour is addressed te
Mr. Spriggs, delegate from the Oneida dis
trict te Cincinnati :
" Utica, June 13, 1S80.
" llex. J. Themas Spriggs :
" Dear Sir : My name has been spoken
of in connection with the nomination
te be made at Cincinnati next week, and
as you are the delegate from the district
in which I live, I ask you in my behalf te
state that I am net a candidate for any
nomination te be made by that body, nor
could I accept such nomination if the con
vention should see fit te present my name
te the public. I de net suppose that thcie
is the least probability of such action, or
that my name will be presented. IJut I
deem it proper te send you this letter te be
used if any question should come up about
my position or purposes.
" I am truly yours, Arc,
" Horatio Seymel'i:.'
All the Appropriation Rills Signed ilat-:-rantt's
Washington, D. C, June 1(5. IJeth
houses of Congress adjourned sine die at
twelve o'clock te-day. All the regular
appropriation bills weie signed by Hayes
in time te announce their approval te
Congress, se that they have thus become
law. A number of nominations failed te
receive action and expired at the close of
today's session, among them that of Jehn
F. Ilartranlt, te be collector at Philadel
phia. In the Senate.
Only half a dozen members weie picseut
at nine o'clock when the Senate was
called te order. At 9:10 Mr. Randelph
moved that the Senate go into executive
session, and altheug it was announced that
there was message from Hayes en the
table the motion was cairicil, all the lie
publicans voting no, and the Donieciats
aye, and the doers weie closed.
When the doeis were reopened at 10
o'clock the Senate considered the Heuse
bills en the calendar. The eight hour hill
was taken up, but .Mr. Withers objected
te its thiid reading, and it lies en the table.
Ellbrts were made te take up Mr. Hayes's
veto, but they were unsuccessful, and at
12 o'clock the Senat'j very quietly ad
In the Heuse
Mr. Carlisle, chairman of the committee
te inquire into charges of alleged bribery
in the contested election case of Dennelly
vs. Washburn, submitted the lepeit of
that committee and asked that it, together
with the minority report, be printed and
recommitted. Se ordered.
Mr. Carlisle stated that he was author
ized te say that the committee, after con
sidering the testimony, has unanimously
come te the conclusion that the anony
mous letter was vi-ittcu and sent by II. II
Finlcy. Concerning Dennelly, he said for
the majority of the committee that they
had net come te the conclusion that Den
nelly had any connection, personal or
otherwise, with the anonymous letter.
Mr. Manning (Miss.) then submitted
his report, signed by live Democratic
members of the elections committee,
declaring that Washburn is net entitled te
the scat and that Ignatius Dennelly is.
Mr. Keifer (Ohie), from the same com
mittee, submitted another report, declar.
ing that Washburn is, and Dennelly is net,
entitled te the scat.
Beth reports were eideicd punted and
The Uacl Tails.
At neon the speaker dcclaicd the second
session of the ferty-lifth Ceugicss ad
journed. The sound of the spcakei's
gavel announcing the adjournment was
die signal for a general hand-shaking
and leave-taking, and seen the hall was
Atternoen Telegram Cmideiihcil.
The Continental Guards,of Xew Oi leans,
arrived in Bosten this afternoon, and were
received by the Xatienal L:incers of that
city, whose guest,they will be. The utmost
cordiality of feeling was manifested, the
Leusianians being frequently applauded
en their sheit parade through the streets
Adam Winchcn, a German baker, while
delirious with liquor, murdered his wife
iu Xew Yerk last night. He is iu custody
The danger from the Heeds iu Wisconsin
is ever unless there should be morn rain.
In Denver, Colerado, the brickmaker's
strike is ended, and in Leadville, also, the
mines with one exception arc again work
ing with full forces.
Hayes te-day approved the sundry civil
The secretary of the treasury instructed
Assistant Treasurer Hillhouse at Xew
Yerk te purchase 32,000,000 United States
bends for the sinking fund.
Detectives suspect foul play in the case
of the death of Willie Myer, aged 0, son
of a well to-de farmer of Wilmetie a
suburb of Chicago. The boy has been
missinj since the 5th inst., and his -body--has
just been recovered in a cistern which f
was searched some time since3 and the-v
body was net there then.
Cuban authorities disclaim all 'kne-wl1 -1 f
edge of tha recent eutrage te Amqrican ,
vessels by Spanish. inea-ef-vraV, and' say
thcrj is no such Spanish war ship as the
Philadelphia, June US Fleur inactive
and weak : suiientne ii T."."! 15; cv.nt
at $3 i3j; Ohie ami iudi.ina fani
ilv at $j n.Q5 73; Penn'u tauiily flSUJ.I idi:
St. Leuis family ..Wftt0: Minnesota faiitllv
(1 5:5 75 ; patent, uml high grades ill 3iJ7ui.
Rye Heur at I i).
Cerniuciil Itrumlywine unchanged.
Wheat easier: Xe. i Western Kcu 1 2?4'1 r :
Penn'a Red 1 25 : Amlier 1 AL
Cornsleady; steamer 5051c; yellow S.'c:
Oats steady ; Ne. 1. White. Ke: Ne. 'Ade
tl42c: Ne. S. deaic: Ne. S.XlixeU37c.
Rye dull ; estern aud l'u SJgSSc. .
Prevision linn ; mtss pink at II i5Q12:
beef hams fill 5011 ; India iiiaw heel ?Klt.'ii ;
b:icon,smeketl siieulders Jje; " -019
4f,c ; smoked ham- 11312c ; pickled buiu 8mi
Uinl llrm : city kettle 7Js87?ie ; loe-m
bncliei .'..gr.c: prime cteaiii $7u5.
Butter llriu: Cieamerve.tni.a)g2Ic; Brad Brad
iertl County ami New Verk extra. !.?JSK:
Western Kcerve extra. IS17e : de geed te
choice, i:15c : Rolls dull : Penn'a extra Hl
1:5: Western reservii extra lOlZc.
Emr tirm: Penn'a 15c: Wn-ttern l.'KJUc.
Chceef dull and weak; New Yerk fneterv
12c: Western lull cream. l(X?le;.;c; ilii te
lair koeiI 'AfJliJiCu: de half skims SJ'Jc.
.Petroleum steady : rcliued S'Hc.
Seeds-Geed te prime Timetliv neglected a t
$2 75'(t3: Flaxseed scarce at $1 12) jig 1 15.
New Verk Marker.
New Veiuc, .Tunc 10. Fleur Stale uml Wct
crn in buycrjV laver and somewhat dull
Mipertim slate 3 SU?I 25; extra
tin J 75 I 25; choice !e ?l ."Uf$5 Ul ;
lane $5 05(4( Ml; round hoop iih!e$t IKljftf IN);
choice de 5 10fc?f 25 : superline wcati'rirsKt.'ifw
4 25: common te noed extra de $3 75($tk:
choice tlixlofl5eg7ui; choice white wheat de
$4 (."tie 00; Southern dull, uuchauxcil i com
mon te luir extra $Vg.Vit); tJOiul te choice de
5 il'tfili 50.
Wheat spring m mlnal ; Winter Id eilull,
shade easier, red .Inuu llrm, ethers heavy and
a shade lewer: Ne.2 Itctl. tfune, 1125; de
.lulv, $1 ir):; de August. $1 I0)1 H;4; Ne. 1
White June, $1 23.
Cern dull, rather easier . Mxe,i western,
spot, ISftnlMe: de future .W'il1.
Oats iiulet'and linn : Mate .4.tc ; Western
Ileef dull and prices unchanged.
Perk tinner: new iiie-is$l75u
l.ard quiet and linn; steam rendered $7 CO.
Whisky dull ; Western 1 tWpl ir.l.
Spirits of turpentine dull at 11 '2 '"'.
l'HILADBM'IIIA. June HI.
I2::) l M. :i:00 v. M.
I'eiina t;'s (third issue) 107)J
Philadelphia Jc Eiie 12JJ
l.iMiliiiir ; " ....
PviiiiiylVHiiU 51 ....
Lehigh Valley 1:1)3
I' nitcd Cn. et .N.J Hit).-.
Northern Pacific 25
" Pielcrrcil -lilf.
Northern Central U)j
I.HiUU Navigation 27
Cent nil Transportiitleii Ce. 4s
Pitts.. Titusville & ISiithde. ll)j
Llttlu Schuylkill II ,
NSW IipRK. J 11111' lti.
N". V. Cei.ttal 12U
tjllC.a.- ... ....... ... 'J I
Adams Expre 1IIJ;.
.Michigan Central Hr2
Michigan Southern Jul
Illinois Central let
Cleveland .V: Pitt-l.nigb IIS
Chicago it Iteck Island 1WM
Pittsburgh & F-rl Wayne.. "23).;
Western Union Tel. Ce HU1,
Teledo A Wabash . ::i,
New .l'isey CmiiIihI WJiM
United States ISiiiitls ami Miurling t.i:ii.ie ; .
(Quotations- by I. K. Jamisen ,t Ce., S. .
Cor. 3d and Chestnut Mice u).
I'uiLADEt.i'UiA. June li;.
United States r,'j., HSI, (registeied)..ll)::'((rllll
United Stales .Vs. IS-KI. (regisleivd)..lc:;(fi-ii::'-(
United States -Hi's, IMil. (ieis!ercd)Kili-)4i7ili!HM
United St:ite-i IV's.lMI.(coiieiis).. .M.Hi(i.lWH
United States 4', tlxT- (re-ii-li:rel)..l(l7JHjti.-S
United States Oinviiev i's 123
Sterlimr Kxch.tmfe ....l.ci;jtsi)
Cli'T IMl.llt Ala.
i UTHOKIZKU UY Till-; CO.'.LIION-
1. ui-ullli of Ky.. and the fairest in She world
21st Popular Monthly Drawing
COMMONWEALTH DISTRIBUTION CO.
At Miieanlej'-iTheiitie, in tins City l l.oe.
WEDNESDAY, JUNE3 30th, 1380.
THESE DRAWING.-, ACTIIOItlZKI' I'.V
TIIELK;iLATI'i:i: .M .-UsTAIXEH liV
AM. THE COUKT.-.OK HEX I UCIv V. accord
ing te a emit rai t made u ilh the e neis of tin
Frankfort grant, will occur regularly en the
LAST DAY OF l. EltV .MONTH, Sundays and
Fiid.iv-t exeepti d, for the perieil 0 FIVE
Y EAR", terminating en JUNE ."'). 1.
The United Mates Circuit Court en MarchSI,
rendered the lollewing it -cisiens:
1st That ttui Coiiiiueiiwfiiltli llistribntiiir:
Company in leal.
! Its drawings an: ni.-t fraildulciit.
The maiiagement call atienlien te the liberal
"cheme which has met uilli sueli popular fa'er
lierclolere. and which will again in- pii-seu-eu
Ipri.i; f ?M
I pri.i: 10,11011
1 prize .'.ii
hi") jiri.es, JlUle.i. -1 K.ihi
J pri.e.".li-:ie.i lit.Hdi
mki primer. 'Jiesii 11 iijnu
Imn) pi-ie-i IDi-a.-,- Iii.in-n
D pri.es :Kii eu. !.. :ippre:iiii:.:i':i pni-s 2 7H)
U prizes 21)11 1-:.'!:. " " lr-'l
' prii! HXieaeii ' ' :hx)
1,') pri.i-:) MI-',tue
Whele tickets, t2; hul! ticket-. 1 ; 27 tlekeis
fVi; 55 tickets, H'.
Remit by Pest ellice Menf-y Order, Ut-gNteied
Letter, Rank Di-alir,r Expn-s-i.
Te insure agtiiiist iiii-ial.r . am! de'aj.-. eoi-re-peiulents
ill please rite .heir name- and
plat-us of residence plainly, 'jiving uumlierel
Postellice box or ti eel. and 'i own. County ami
All commuiiiculiens connected with the Di Di
tributieu and Olders for Ticket- should lie :nl
dlcssed te K. 31. i;OAi:l31 AN, Courier-Jeur.
nal liiiililing. Lenlsiille, Ky., or l7 and ?lti
I're.uluav. New Yerk. iu::rriiTli..sA:w
1 juv the islatchli:y
Fer Cisterns or Wells of any depth.
J'LAIX, J RON, PORCELAIN OR COPPER
ISrauils, C,G.XIX.GG,G Ne. 1, 1!, Ill', R Ne.
Fer sale by the Hardware Trade, Country
Stere-, Pump Makers, etc. See that the Pump
you buy is stenciled '
C. G. BLATCHLEY,
Manufacturer, 308 Market St., I'lilIarlelphia.Pa
31 USICAL INSTRUMENTS.
Lmstsr Organ 1
Without a doubt furnish the FINEST IN
STRUMENTS in the .Market. Warcroems :;20
North Queen street. Manufactory in the icar.
lirauch Ollice, 15) East King Stieet.
Alex. McKillips, Proprietor.
AKe Agent ler Lancaster County for
CIIICIvERING ."fc SON'-. Ct-IcbraKil
A Full Line et Sheet and ether 3Inlr, Small
Instruments, Violins. ISanjes, Hand Instru
ments, &caiwnj-S en hand. f!3-lj dS.VIJ w
13STATK OK ANNA 51. WJUILE1C,
!i late et the City or Lancaster, deceased.
Letters el administration en said estate, bav
in" been granted te the unilerslgned, all per
sons Indebted te -aid decedent are requested
te make immediate settlement, and these hav
ing claims or demand-) ugainst the same, will
present them without delay for settlement te
the undersigded, residing in Lancaster City.
MRS. EVE. PATTERSON,
.1. V. V. Swift. Administratrix.