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JLAKCASTEll DAU.Y 1KTELL1GEKCEK. SATUBDAS. JUNE 19, 1880.
Prof. Keiinskland the Pupils of tlie Glrlf
The high school building was filled last
night with, a very large audience, consist
i lg of school directors and patrons of the
public schools, who had assembled te en
joy a musical entertainment given under
direction of Musical Instructor Kevinski,
by the pupils of the girls' secondary school,
assisted by four boys of Mr. Hcrr's sccond sccend
aiy school. Te say the entertainment was
a 'oed one, and creditable alike te the in
structer and the pupils is but small praise,
and jet tills is huuui ;wi wc uuii buj
owing te the ciewded condition of our col
umns. The peifeimcis numbeied about
"2 gii Is and 4 boys, all neatly and some of
them elegantly attired. They presented a
most beautiful appeal ance as they steed
gieupcd together in the front of the laige
school room. Following i- the pio pie
Chorus "Morning uil." combined school.
Chorus " Welcome te Spiing," Mis Bui
li i'cciV school.
sole "Serenade te Ida," Miss I.nui-a Gor Ger
huL Cheius "It Tinkles -e Svvietly," Miss
Geeigie BundellV school.
Duet "Then Yeu"ll Rcuicinbci Me." Misses
Miller and McCiilluiu
Chei us-' Heme Sweet Heme,"' combined
Chei us "In the Weeds," -Mi-s Hubei's
Violin ele "Meiusteiy Chapel." Mi. J. II.
iii.ii lei" Tei cv er Ilei e My Kest blia.ll lie,
MusteisGumlakci, Wclchans, Hambiight and
Chenis "Seng 1 Cheei'MI-s Biubakcrs
Chei us" Cl.is Seng.'" Tniiisfui school-.
Chei u "Guide Mt, Oh I Theu GieatJeho GieatJehe
v ill," Mi-s BundellV school.
Chei us" When the Light et Memeiy,"
Chei us "The I.erley," Ml-s Huher's
Chei us " Aineiie.i.'" Combined school.
Doelogy Combined schools anil audience
I'l of. 1 AV. Haas, the "best accompa
nist in town," se say we all of us, played
all the accompaniments, and executed
tliem in his usii.il admiiable style.
im; WlNOWKlt CASL
I uitliei i:iclciice llelore the Corener.
A second session of the juiy empanneled
te inquiic into the cause of the death of
('li.uh.s Winevver, whose dead body vas
found in the Conestoga cieek at the lail lail
leadbiidgc en Thuisday afternoon, was
held at Captain Schuh's hotel last evening.
Following is the puipeit of the evidence
Clias. liable testified that he was with
the deceased en Thuisday morning be
tween 8 and J) o'clock, at Maitin Ulnieh's
I'hilip Smith, bai tender, tcstilicd that
lie saw deceased at the saloon between 8
ami '.) o'clock en Thuisday ineining in
company of Waltei Samson, who took a
gl iss of beer with him.
Waltei Sainsem leslifled that he was
v.ilh Wiiiew ei in Uhiich's saloon, net en
Tliuisday but en Tuesday morning.
Jehn Fshlciitan testified that he saw
Wiuewei in town en Wednesday night.
Di. Comptei: testified that the body of
Winewer must hae been in the water at
least two lajs.
Jehn tiiiel testified that he was lishing
tinilei the biidge fieni 7 o'clock en Thuis
day nieiiiing until the body was found,
and that it could net have been thrown or
fallen into the cieek dining that tunc
without his seeing it.
At the close of this testimony thejuiy
adjoin ncd te leassemble at Capt. Schuh's
en Monday evening and take Anther testi
mony. Tcny Yendersinith. win will he ex ex
aminedbefeie the eoienui'.s jiuy en Mon
day evening, iufeims us that he was iisli
ing inthe ('onestea dining the whole of
Tliuisday, having aimed at the cieek
about 0 o'clock in the morning. "When
he lhst cune theie he noticed something
in the watei about "JO feet iiem the sheie.
This object lemained in hight dining the
whole of the d ly and about half past tlnee
o'clock in the attei neon several bes who
weie in the be it, made an examination and
found that the body was that of a man,
iind it was aft ei wauls identified as C'liailis
The l'i mi. hi. J.liilien I'r.md,
This ineining tlie investigating commit cemmit
lec appointed by lhebeaid of letuin judges
of the late Republican pi iniary election,
heldanether session in Grant hall, te hear
aiguments in the alleged fiauds. All the
meinbeisef the cennnittce weie piescnt
except Mi. Smith, of Conej.
The minutes of last Monday weie lead
1'eicy Si heck moved that eeusel be lim
iicl iii their speeches te thiity minutes
but it was agieed te give them feity min
utes, and thnt J. W. Jehnsen, esq., coun
sel for Mr. Kbeily, the "counted out"
candidate ferdistiict attorney, should have
the last speeea.
Mi. Davis, the 'counted in" candidate
fei distiiet attorney made the opening al
ignment piescnting his side of the question
with much feice, and proving, at least te
the satisfaction of himself and fiiends, that
lie was cleaily and l'.tiily nominated.
T. I. Ceclnan, esq., counsel for A. W.
Snader the " ceuntel m " candidate for
Assembly, asked the committee whethei
it adheied te itsfeimer action in icfusing
te eensidei the Third vvaid Columbia con
test, se long ns the ciimhi.il case against
Milten Mishlei, judge of election, is pend
ing in ceuit.
The committee ansvveicd auirnutively,
wheieupen Mr. Ceeluan said he had no
argument te make.
Mr. Jehnsen then took the Heur and
made a vigoieus speech in behalf of A. J.
Ebeily, esq., the "counted out " nominee
for distiiet attorney. In the com sc efhis ar
guments he managed t gct befeie the com cem
mitteeas paitef his .speech, the affidavits
which the committee iedised te allow him
te lead at the feiinei meeting of the com
mittee. He also tiiedse get befeie the
committee the affidavits le'athe te alleged
i lauds in the Third waul, Columbia, but
the committee stepped him and would net
heai him. His speech contained quite an
an ay efligines fiem which he deducted
iess frauds, net only in the two wauls
named above, but in several ether election
distiicts of the county.
At the close of Mr. Jehnsen's argument,
the committee adjoin ncd te leassenible at
2 o'clock this afternoon te consider the
case piesented te them and make up their
The list for argument ceuit, which com
mences en Monday, is new out, and in it,
for aigument, are thitty cases in common
pleas, ten in quarter sessions and eleven in
e phans' ceuit.
Yesteiday a deg, supposed te be mad,
was shot at Peter Wirth's, North Chris
tian street, above Frederick.
Annual Dinner of the Farmers' Club.
Cel. James Duffy, of Marietta, gave his
annual dinner te his fellow members of the
Farmers' club and a few invited guests, in
the beautiful park en the colonel's farm,
last Thursday. There were present the fol
lowing gentlemen : Judges Paxson, Green,
Gorden, Trunkey, Sterrett and Jlercur, of
the supreme court of Pennsylvania; ex
United States Senater Simen Cameren,
Hen. Jehn Welsh, ex-minister te England,
Cel. Thes. A. Scott, formerly president of
Penn'a It. 11. Ce., Gee. R. Roberts, esq.,
president, and Frank Thomsen, general
manager, of the Penna. R. R. Ce., ; Sam
uel M. Felten, esq., president Penna.
Steel Ce. , Gen. Rebert Patterson, Geerge
W. Childs, esq., Frederick Fraley. Hen.
Henry M. Watts, Capt. E. O. Goedrich,
Rebeit Patterson, jr esq., Alli Alli
eon White, esq., Capt. Armered,
and Geerge Blight, esq., of Phila
delphia; Henry McCormick, esq., of
Harrisbmg; Jehn A. Hiestand, esq., and
Cel. Win. B. Fordney, of Lancaster;
Jehn Fendrick, esq., and Cel. Jehn Barr,
of Columbia ; Cel. James Yeung, of Mid Mid
dletewn, and Paiis Haldcman, esq., Ames
Bew man, esq., Ethelbert Watts, esq., Dr.
Jehn Housten and William M. Watts,
c-n.. of Maiietta.
Gen. SutterV Career.
Gen. Jehn A. Sutter was a native of
Switzerland. On ai living at manhood he
became one of .the Swiss Guard, the body
guai d of Charles X. of France. On
the death of that monarch the guard
was disbanded, and jeung Sutter returned
te his native land. After remaining there
for some time he emigrated te America,
and was one of the pioneers who first
tiaiPised the vast plains and moun
tains dividing the Mississippi valley
fiem the Pacific coast. Establish
ing himself at a favorable location,
en the Sacramento river in California,
he elected a mill, and ether im im
pievenients, almost beyond the con
fines of civilization. In 1818 the first
geld cvei disceveicd in California was
found en his lanehe near the mill.
Thediscevciyled te the gieat emigration
te California which set in during 1849
and .-.uccceding yc.us. The niincis in
vaded Sutteis' ranche, defied his
autheiity and possessed themselves of
the wealth found upon his estate.
Attei waging legal waifaie with
his fees he abandoned the ranche and
finally settled in Lititz. this county, some
fifteen j ears age, wheic he continued te
l eside w itli an only daughter up te the
time efhis death. He was univcrsilly 10
spected by all who knew him.
Yesteulay ineining an einplejee in
Xe. 2 cotton mill, named Zell,
had her left hand badly lac
eiatcd by getting it caught
in the machinery. The skin and a pait of
the flesh was tein fiem the hand, and the
bone of one of the fingers was fiactmcd.
Discharged en it Writ.
This afternoon lliiam Snjdci, who
was committed te piisen for 10 days,
for being diunk and diseuleily, by
Aldciman McConemy jesteiday. was
taken befei e Judge Patteisen this after
noon en a writ of fathcas corpus, and was
Kim Oil' and Arrested.
A boy named Chailes Frantz, aged
about 111 j cars, was picked up by Chief of
Police Dcichlcr, who found him asleep en
the street, lie told the officer that he had
run away from his home in Plymouth, Lu
zei ne county, four or five weeks age, and
that his stepfather's name is E. D. Parks.
Chief Deiehlcr locked the boy up and
wrote te his step-father.
Geing: te Teias.
Geeige Reimensuyder, esq., a member
of the Lancaster bar, will leave te night fcr
Dallas, Tex., whcie he proposes te engage
in the piactice of his profession. He will
be accompanied by Messrs. KillhclTer and
J. W. F. Cooper, and the young gentlemen
bear w ith them the w ell wishes of many
fiiends in the community.
The "Wrong Hat
At the close of the musical entertain
ment at the high school building last
evening, sonic one of the little gills, by
mistake no doubt, took the hat belonging
te Miss Lide Irvin, 131 Charlette street
and left her own instead. In newspape
p.n lance, " please exchange, and oblige.'
Held for Court.
Jehn Reth and Jacob Mc.CI.iin, charged
with assault and battery en Henry Lutz,
at Russell & Shulmycr's coal jard, en
Thuisday afternoon, had a healing before
Alderman McConemy this meining and
weie held in bail te answer at ceuit.
Te-day about neon a colored boy aged
about lOjcais, a son of Charles Bensen,
was run ever en East King sticet, by the
business wagon of Jehn E. Weaver, gro gre
cci. The boy was net seiieusly hurt,
being able te walk te his home.
Tlie bootblacks of the city letuin their
sineei e thanks te Cel. W. L. Pciper, Sam
uel A. Gi off and all of the ether gentle
men who assisted in arranging the picnic,
which was held at What Glen paik en
The case against Charles Meweiy and
Abraham Biubaker, charged with tbrow tbrew
the entrails of a cow into tli3 Conestoga,
ne ir Eden, was settled te-day by the de
fendants paj ing all costs.
It vv as net Jehn ScliLuich but a man
named Steiger who was hurt by the fall
of a telephone pole, as was stated yestcr
1I.1v. A "HEviinv" lnv cstmeiit a bottle et
J ai or.'s Oit-foryeui Rheumatism.
lle ! Fer Atlantic City.
The Hut excursion of the season te the above
vv cll-knevvn sviieie lcseit vv ill take place en
Mend.iy, Julyr, lh?e, evei the popular leute,
Reading and Camden and Atlantic lt.K , bread
gauge and double tiack. Tickets geed ler
tlnee lajs te 1 etui 11 en any trains leaving
Philadelphia July .", (! and 7. Fare for the
round trip only $2.75. Special tiains leave Lan
caster (KingStieet Depot) at 4-20 and upper
depot at 4 TO ; Columbia, ,4:20. Fer p.n I icul.11 3
sec peteis and cliculais. ltdAw
Nothing is tee geed ler eun babj no, net
even Cuticura Seap.
Summer clothing and straw- hats aie .selling
rapidly at Williamson & Fester's sines the
great leductien in prices. And they will close
their store from July 5 te September 1, at 7 p.
m., except Saturdays. JelC-M,W,Fd&w tf
WE ARE OFFERING
SPRING AND SUMMER WOOLENS
AT REDUCED PRICES.
Having a lar"6 stock of choice styles bought at low pi ices for cash down, enables us te offer superior inducements in this
line of goods. Having one of the best cutters in the city, we guarantee te give perfect satisfaction in lit and make up of every &r-
InLAUXDRIED and UXLAUNDRIED SHIRTS we keep uene but the best, all made of the best materials and guaran
teed te irive satisfaction in fit and wear.
We have GEXTS' GAUZE UNDERWEAR, alUies and qualities, fiem 34 te 30 inches. GENTS' GAUZE and JEAN
DR VWERS, all sizes and qualities.
The finest assortment of Fine and Medium Hesieiy in all the best makes of lisle thread. Xew and Choice styles in Fancy
Hosiery Pelka Dots, etc. We have an endless assortment of Suspenders, Cellars and Cuffs, Neckties and Bews, Siik and Linen
Handkerchiefs, &c. 'Gentlemen, we invite examination, as we are offering all goods at bottom prices.
GrIVLEE, BO"WEKS & HTJE8T,
25 East King Street, Lancaster, Pa.
Disease pievented and medicinal hills
sened by a timely u-e of Malt 15ittei-.
Ilaik: lmifc I 'tis SOZODOXT I ciy,
Haste, youths and maidens, come and buy.
Come and u seciet I'll unfold, -
At small expen-e te young and old.
A charm that w ill en both bestow
A ruby lip, and teeth like snow.
Debt, peveity.uidsuffeiinjj haunted me for
ears, caused by a sick family and laigu bills
for doctei in;,' v Inch did no geed. I w as com
pletely discouraged, until one year age, by
the advice of my pastor, I piecured Hep Hit
ters and commenced their use, and in one
month we wei call v ell, and noneet us have
been sick a day since ; and I want te say te all
peer men, en can keep jour lanulics well a
yeai with Hep Kitten for less than one doc
tor's visit will cost. A Weikingman.
A lady in I.ist label ty, l'a , w hose face was
coveted with seie-, was cmed by using one
bottle el ''Dr. I.imlsey's ISloed eaichei."
btelcn lrtiitsmay be sweetest, but when u
boy tl mis linn-ell' ;n an apple tree with a deg
at the loot he dlsceveis that the apples aie
bem. Yeu can't patch up his wounded feel
ing with such taffy as that, but you can patch
up his wounds with Di. Themas' ClectucOil.
Fer bale by II. 11. Ceclnan, di uggist, 1J7 and 1CU
Xerth Queen sticet. Lam aster.
An Old Man Kestere.l te Health.
Uatavia, X. Y., Sept. 1", lb7'.
II. II. WAiiM.it & Ce , liecuusr i:, X. . Ut
tllvln " Fer forty eais I have siitleied w ith
Diabetes, being obliged te void mine as etten
as enec in thiity minutes, and have also been
agteat sutruier liem palpitation et theheait.
1 am new usins J eui Diabetes due, and can
truly bay, at seventy veais t age, that it
makes me feel liUe a new man."
)C13-JVlll&V 1'LTfcR SlIOWbltMAV
Ge te 11.15. Cochran, di uggist, 1.J7 and .?
Xerth Queen sticet, I.ancastei, ler ii v. J-'rte-ttrm't
S'ew Xalienat Uiti. Kei bilghtni sand
iluiability et colei aieunciiiialeil. Celin liein
2 te. "i peu nils. Trice, 13 tents. M
Ti v I.echei's Kcnewiied Cough Syiup.
(rape Culture anil Wine
The cultuie of giiipes in Xew Jei-.c is get
ting te be one et the most mipeitaiit indus
tries et the state. The piincip.il vaiieties
laised an- theOpoiteand Concenl. Mi.peei's
vinejiuds at TasS.uc piemisea l.ugei j leld
this than any picv ions e u. In const (iieiice
Mr. Spcer has i educed the puce of hisl'eit
Giape U'ine. The eldest can new be had at $1
per bottle iiem any el the diuggists. It is used
lei medicinal purposes as a supeuei vv ine, and
in churches ler lominunien puipe-es. Its
piepeities me net intoxicating se that the
weakest pel son m.ij-use it te advantage, and
temperance people cannot ebjctl te its 11-e lei
medicine. Ltcmny Jtitllctin.
This wine is endowed bj I)i. Atlee and
Dav is, and sold bv II. K. Ma maker.
bLUDEV ClIAOIlS OP Till- WKVTUMt Ottl'll
cause l'ulmenaiy, Ii1011ch1.il and Asthmatic
tieubles. 'Jjejj'h's Jlrenchial Troches"' will
allay imtatien, which induces coughing, ol el
tcutmics giving immediate lelief.
Tiy I-echei's Kenow ncd Cough Ssymp.
Mothers! Mothers!! Mothers!!!
Aicjeii ill-tin bed at night and bieken el
your rest by a sick child sull'ei ing and ci j mg
with the excruciating pain of cutting tieth?
II se, go at once and get a bottle el MUS.M is..
LOW'S isOOiIIIXU binn'. Itwill lehevetlie
peer little sullerer immediately depend upon
it; theie is 110 mistake about it. Theieisneta
mother en eai th w he has ev er used it, vv he vv ill
net tell jeu at once that it will legulate the
bowels, and give 1 est te the metliei, and lelief
and health te the child, eiieiating like 111 11:1c.
It is pel feetly safe te use 111 all eases', and pleas
ant te the taste, and is the jncscuptien et one
et the eldest and best tem.ile phj sicians and
nuires in the United StaUs. bold eveij wheie
i'.ccntsa bottle. MT-ljd&vvM.WA.'j
Try Lecher's Rcnew ned CeuIi Sj 1 up
"'Selleis' Liver 1'ills' euied me of liver
ceiupliunt." D. II. Celeman, bheit Cieek,
Try I.echei's Renowned Ceujh Syiuj).
HkU70(.. In this city, en June 17, lssj, Jacob,
en et jiciuaiu aim J.aniiii-a neieif, ncd ..1
je.ns, 2 months and 2i days.
The relutiv es and lnends of the family aie
respectfully invited te attend the lunei.il,
Iiem Ins parents' resilience, Xe. ."ill 3I:inei
&tiee, en Suuday afternoon, at 2 o'clock. In
tel men t at Lancaster cemeteij. Seiviees at
St. Jehn' Kefermed church. jcl 2td
Jacobs. In this city, en the 19th 111-t . Sl.itr
daleiia, wife of Jeseph Jacobs, ajjed GO jeais.
The lelatives and fiiends et the family aie
lespectfully invited te attend the luneinl Hern
her late lesidence Xe. 5.W West Kmp; stiect, en
Tuesday morning at 9 o'clock. Intuiinent at
St. Jeseph's cemetery. 2til-
Jehnsen. On Fiidav. June II, at his lesi
dence in Hoboken, Willi 1111 . Jehnsen, .1
native of Uinea, Sweeilen, and a feiinei lesi
ilent et Lancaster, nged .! veais.
XEW AD VEliTJSEMEXTtt.
JUItST SOCIAULK OP TIIK ALPHA
L Club v ill be held at the Gicen Cottage en
SATURDAY EVE.VIXG next. Xe impieper
ch'inicteis admitted en the gi emuls.
Admission liee. jeis-2td
piKAM PICNIC OP
St. Antheny's Franciscus Benficial Society
AT TELL'S IIAIX,
ON MONDAY, JUNE 21, 1880.
TICKETS, - - - - 25 ctt,.
Pew el's Omnibuses will run duiingtbe ilaj.
Music by Tajler's Oichesti-a. ltd
FerTiitiimingandDiess, (0 cents and up, at
Next Doer te the Ceuit Heuse.
(a Cents, at
SUMMER DRESS GOODS
Ot every description, at
Quantities et LADIES' SKIRTS, White and
Colored, 50 cents and up, at
Next Doer te tbe Court Heuse.
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.
G-EOTS' SUMMEK WEAR.
LIGHT WEIGHT WORSTED SCITIXGs,
LIGHT WEIGHT CHEVIOT bUITINGS.
I5LUE AND 15LACK FLAXXEL bUITIXUS,
FUEXCH DUAI DE ETE SUITINGS.
LINEN DUCKS AND DRILLS.
SILK AXD LAWN XECK WE Ah,
LINEN COLLAUb AXD CUFrb,
15ALB1UGGAX AND FANCY HOSIER),
SUSPENDERS, Ac, Ac.
Celts' Gauze shirts, Gents' Gauc Diaw eis, While .h an Diawcis.
H AGER & BROTHER,
NO. 25 WEST KING STREET.
THE LARGEST AND FINEST STOCK OF
BUGGIES, CARRIAGES, &C.,
In the city, is te be
NORBECK & MILEV,
PRACTICAL CARRIAGE BUILDERS,
COR. DUKE AND VINE STS., LANCASTER, PA.
S-COX & CO.'S
The Stock include all the
LATEST STYLES SPRINGS, '
uch as the Riewster, Whitney, SulideeTiiple, Emplie Ciesa Spiing, Dexter Queen, Duplex
nil Elliptic, and they will also make te elder any style a purchaser may desne. Repairing
I. ill kinds pmiiiptly attended te. All work guaranteed for ene year.
" OUR WORK SUSTAINS OUR WORD."
Fer Clausen's Xew- Yerk Behemiuu Beei
go te the Schiller Heuse, North Queen street.
jelS-2td PETER LOTZ, Propiicter.
"Y"OUMi MOCKING UIKDS FOR SAL.K.
L Wid warrant them singeis. Alea Iresh
let of Mocking llird Feed. Please call at once.
II. B. VONDERSM1TH.
ltd 437 East Orange St., Lancaster, l'.
Di:. M. 1!. FAIINKSTOCK
Having leturned trem the Seuth, has re
sumed his etlicc practice, and can be teund ut
Ne. 2.M h VST KING STIiF.ET.
The duplicate el city taxes is new in the
hands of the Treasurer. Five per cent, abate
ment will be allowed en all taxes paid en or be
nne Julv 1. 18SU. E. VELCHANS,
TNSUKE YOUR PKOPF.KTV AV1TH.
BAUSMAN & BURNS,
Ollice : Ne. 10 "West Orange Street.
X Insuie jour crops in the
ENNSYLVANIA HAIL INSURANCE CO.
I"ei liites, A.C.. apply te
JOHN H. METZLER. Agent,
ltd Ne. DSeuth Duke street.
"1KOWDS GATHER EVERY AFTER
neon and evening at Fuliner's Concert I
Garden tehearthe line music discoursed by
Prof. Lesse's Philadelphia Orchestra
mil te '
dunk the Unexcelled Milwaukee Beer.
ing Gallery attached.
j Last evening (Fiiday) en the Lititz turn
pike, 11 Red Crepe Shawl. A reward will be
paid ter its letuin te this ellice.
RESPECTFULLY IIRECT THE AT-
tcntien et the nubile te our list et liricts
leruuAL, eeiivcreu as lonews:
Genuine Lvkens Valley E-ig and Steve ..$4.80
Celebrated Enterprise Egg and Xut 4..15
" " Bieken and Steve. 4.00
Haul EggandXut 4..15
" Broken and Stev e J.G1
All Grades Ne. 1 Pea '!.C"
Purchaseis will save from
15 te 70 Cents
per ten by buying Ceal at above pi ices. We
de net employ agents te solicit order, prcler
ring te give our customers the benefit of the
commissions usually paid te such agent.
maintains its high standard of excellence and
is superior te any ether Medium Ceal in this
market. As we are the only dealers in tlie
city in this Choice Ceal, and are continually
receiving large invoices of it, we are ready at
all times te till orders for the same.
H. BATJMGARDNER & CO.
seen at the Weiki. of
GKANIt PARTY W1LI. BE HKLI THIS
(SATURDAY) evening, at Schee n beisrcr's
Park. Admission tree,
ltd ADAM SNYDER, Proprietor.
SCHOOL TAX, 1880.
The duplicate is In the hands et the Treas
11 rer. 3 per cent, off for premt payment.
WM. O. MARSHALL, Treasurer.
Ne. 12 Centre Square.
Ollice heuis trem 9 a. ui. te 4 p. 111.
GEO. W. BROWN,
Ne. 146 EAST KING STKEET.
Residence 21 Seuth Piince Street.
Hetel Keeper's and Grocer's Champien Sal
amanders, made et hard weed In and out
side; lree fiem paint, tin and solder, will last
a life-time. A lew mere lelt and will be sold
vv itheut reerv e te close out the stock ; a geed
leliablenum wanted te continue the agency.
Call en G. F. SPBENGER, Bettler,
Nes. 31 and 33 beuth Lime Street.
A rNNERCUOR EXCURSION.
- 1U All
All members of the Lancaster Majnner-
cherintendirg te participate in the excursion
te Yerk r uriiace, en July 5, 1880, are request-
ed te lenert te the secretary either at Mrcniier-
Slioet- cher Hall or 219 North Queen street, en or be
lw d ' lere June 28, 1880.
' By elder of the Committee.
VyAIT FOR THE BEST EXCURSION.
TUESDAY, JULY 22, 1880.
r AUfc FOR ROUND TRIP, - - - 4.75
TICKETS GOOD FOR 2 DAYS.
Our Grand Excursion te Atlantic City takes
place Thursday. August 19. 1880. A liberal per
centage will be allowed te persons selling
"C0H0 & WILEY,
.inO XOUTU XYATEll ST., Lancaster, l'a.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
LUMBER AND COAL.
Connection With the Telephonic Exchange.
Brunch Office : Ne. 3 NORTH DUKE ST.
T UM1SFR AND COAL BI TELEPHONE.
The undersigned aie new prepared te le
ceive eiders for
Ceal, Lumber, Sash, Deers,
by Telephone. Step in at the Exchange and
de your own eideriiiR free of charge.
G. SENER A SONS,
S. E. Cor. Prince and Walnut Streets.
SATURDAY EVENING, JUNE 19,1880.
"Washington, June 19. Fer the Middle
Atlantic states, clear or partly cloudy
weather, light southerly winds, stationary
temperature and barometer.
DEATH OF GEN. SUTTER.
The Discoverer or Geld In California His
Sudden Decease in Washington.
"Washington, D. C, June 19. General
Jehn A. Sutter, the discoverer of geld in
California, and one of the earliest pioneers
en that coast, died at Meade's hotel in"
this city yesterday. He had been sick for
about a week with iullammatien of the
kidneys,and died quietly in fujl possession
efhis faculties. The news of his death
was at once telcjrraphed te his home,
Lititz, Lancaster county, Pa., where his
aged wife resides. His remains will be
taken te Lititz for interment.
GARFIELD IN HARRISUURU.
Cameren Joins Him " by Request."
Huuusbuug, Pa., June 19. General
James A. Garfield arrived here te-day at
12:10. He was met at the depot by a
large crowd of people and made a speech
of about ten minutes duration. Speeches
were also made by Congressmen Cenger,
of Michigan, and Williams and Humphreys,
of Wisconsin. In compliance with a tele
graphic request from General Garfield,
Senater Cameren met him at the depot
and accompanied him west.
THE TAMMANY BRAVES.
They Take the Warpath En Reute te Cin
JfEw Yerk, June 19. The Tammany
delegates and their friends te the
number of 500 left for Cincinnati
this morning ever the Xew Yerk
central. Fifteen drawing room cars
decorated with flags and mottoes
made up the special train. A band of
music accompanied the delegation. A
large crowd was in attendance te see the
The AVrecK Sold Fer 810,000.
New Yerk, June 19. The wreck of the
Stonington steamer Xaragansett was sold
at auction te-day by order the United
States district ceuit, the amount leali.cd
for the beat, with engines, tackle, furni
tuie, &c, just as she lies oil Cornfield
Point, was $10,000, the purchaser being
C. P. Dixen, who declined te state whom
Fire 111 lterks County.
Heading, June, 19. The carriage shop
and dwelling of Peter Kantner and
dwelling of Edward Bickel, at Kehrers
burg, Pa., were destroyed by fire
at an early hour tins morning,
less about $10,000. The Hie apparatus
was very inefficient and it was feared at
one time that the entiie village would be
PLANING MILL 1IURNED.
Destructive rire at Snow Hill, Md.
Snow Hill, Md., June 19. The large
saw, planing and Heming mill of
Richardson, Moeie, Smith & Ce., together
with about a million feet of lumber, was
destroyed by fire last night. Less $2.1,
000 ; no insurance.
GOING TO CALIFORNIA.
Ilajcs Preparing for a Trip te tin- Pacilic
Washington-, July 19. Hayes expects
te leave for California with Secretary
Thompson and pat ty about the 1st of July
next. He will make a general tour of the
Machme Shep in Norrlstewn Hiirned.
XenuisTOWN,Pa., June 19. The machine
shop of the Xatienal gas company, of
Philadelphia, situated here, was burned
this morning. Less about .i,000 ; fully
insui ed. Cause, supposed te be incendiary.
Sliurksvllle, Miss., Devastated.
Xew Orlea Ns?, June 19. Tlie business
part of the town of Sharksville, Miss., was
burned yesterday, including the court
house and Odd Fellows hall. Less, $100,000;
ftfi Beaten Before the Campaign Opens.
New Yeik Herald.
If he (Garfield) declines tj make any
defense of the chaigcs against him the
natural presumption will be that he has 110
defense which would help him. The case
against him has a terribly ugly leek as pre
sented against him by his adversaries ;
the recent apologies of his fiiends aie as
damaging as the original accusations ; un
less he comes te the rescue 1 e is beaten
out of sight before the camjaigu is faiily
FOR SALE OH JtENl.
; The second story et Eshleman A Rath
v oil's Hanking Heuse, at Centre Square, and
alto a room 011 hecend story, opposite the
Penn'a R. R. Depot, en Chestnut sticet.
11. F. ESHLEMAN.
L3-2tdAStl Attorney at Law
PUBLIC SALE OF HORSES.
JOHN SIDES will soil en Monday, 21st
inst., at 1 p. m., at the Merrimac Heuse, Ne. 115
Neith Prince street, 17 bead of Kcntucky
Horses. Can be -ecu at the above mimed
stables new. .SAM'L HESS & SON,
-TTAGON FOR SALE.
TT A supurier heavy wagon, very low. ter
want et use; 2 inch ailcs and patent iron
hub wheels. Apply te
J. F. STAUFFER.
jul9-ltd :50. East King htieef.
On WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2.5. 1880, at Ne.
15 East Orange street, vv 111 be sold an elegant
nsserttnent of Wall Paper of every desciiptien.
Parties intending te de papeiing will de well
te attend the ?ale.
Sale te ceniinenceat 1 o'clock, harp.
HENWOOD A THOMAS.
Sam'l. Hess & Se, Auets. jel'J-Jtd
Lancaster Organ Manofactery
Without a doubt furnish tlie FINEST IN
STRUMENTS in the Market. Wareroenm :ae
North Queen street, Manufactory in the rear.
ISranch Ollice, 15 East King Street.
Alex. McKillips, Proprietor.
Alse Agentler Lancaster County for
CHICKEIUNG & SON'S Celebrated
A Full Line et Sheet and ether Music, Small
Instruments, Violins, Banjos, Hand Instru
ments, 4c. always en hand. fl3-lydS&ly w
AE. McCANN, AUCTIONEER OF REAL
. Estate and Personal Property. Oiders
left at Ne. 35 Charlette street, or at the Black
Herse Hetel, 44 and 46 North Queen street, will
receive prompt attention. Bills made entand
ttended te without additional cost. e27-ly
New Yerk Market.
Nkw Yerk. June 19. Fleur State and West
ern dull and prices in buyers favor;
superfine state 13 30Q4 25; extra
de $3 7504 25; choice de W 3005 00;
fancy $5 05Q6 00; round hoop Ohie $4600500:
choice de 5 1006 25 ; superfine western $3500
425; common te geed extra de $3 750440;
choice dodo $4 50j7 00; choice white wheat de
$4 6505 00; Southern dull, unchanged : com cem com
gento fair extra $505 GO; geed te choice de
Wheat-Spring dull and nominal ; Winter
RedKc and Wnitelc lower and heavy; Ne. 2
Red, June. $1 25 ; de July $1 14Jf.
Cern a shade easier and moderately active ,
Mixed western spot, 50S52,c; de luture 50?i
Oats a shade easier : Ne. 2 White, spot. SSc ;
State 39044c ; Western 37043c.
Beef dull and prices unchanged.
Pert tlrmer ; new mess $1750.
Lard quiet and Arm ; steam rendered $7 tu.
Whisky dull ; Western $1080109.
Spirits of turpentine dull at 44045c.
Philadelphia, June 19. Fleur steady ; super
fine $2 750325; extra at (3 2503 75 ; Ohie and In
diana family at $505 75 ; Penn'a family $4 750
5 25: St. Leuis family $55006 00; Minnesota
family $4 2505 28 ; patent ami high grades $6 50
Rye flour at $4 4004 50.
Cornmeal Rrandywine unchanged.
Wheat lower and quiet; Ne. 2 Western Red
$12301 24 ; Penn'a Red $1 25; Amber $1 25.
Cern firmer; steamer 51c; yellow 53c; mixed
Oats Steady ; Ne. 1. White. 42Jc: Ne. 2. de
41W42c ; Ne. 3, de 39040c; Ne. ?, Mixed 37kc.
Rye firm ; Western and Pa. SS&c
Previsions firmer; mtss perk at $12012 50;
beef bams $20021; India in.ss beet $16013 50;
bacon, smoked shoulders 505&c; salt 4M
4Jc; smoked hams 11012c; picidcd luiius 91
Lard firmer ; city kettle 7Je ; loose
butchers tc ; prime steam $7 1007 15.
Butter quiet: Creamery extra. 22c;
de geed te choice, 1921c ; Bradford County
and New Yerk extra. 19021c ; Western Re
serve extra, 15017c ; tle geed te choice 12014c :
Rolls dH ; Penn'a extra 1U01J ; Western re re
serve extra 10013c.
Eggs steady ; Penn'a 14015c; Western l.t
Cheese dull; New Yerk full cream 0;llc;
Western lull cream. 9c: de te fair geed 8
Petroleum firm ; refined 8Ke.
Seeds Geed te prime Timethy nominal at
$2 7503 : Flaxseed none here at $1 40.
Philadelphia, June U.
1230 r. m. ;'. 01 1 m
Slecks dull and steady.
Peuuab's (third issue) 108
Philadelphia A Erie liy.
KcllUI "19 V
Pennsylvania 51H ....
Lehigh Valley. 49-r;;
United Ces. et N. J 10O
Northern Pacific 2t
" Prelerred 47K
Northern Central 30031
Lehigh Navigation 27
Central Transportation Ce. 48K
Pitts., Titusviile Buffalo. W
Little Schuylkill 44
Nbw ekk, June 19.
Meney.. ...-.... ...... 3
N. Y. Central 127J.J
Adams Express 112
Michigan Central UOJJ
Michigan Southern IOj'h
Illinois Central Wiy.
Cleveland Pittsburgh.. ..118
Chicago Reck Island lOC.
Pittsburgh & Fert Wayne-.. 120
Western Union Tel. Ce 105,'h
Teledo Wabash 35
New Jersey Central dVi
United States Bends and Sterling Exclinn g
(Quotations by B. K. Jamisen A Ce., S.
Cor. 3d and Chestnut htieeus).
Philadelphia, June 19
United States fi's, 1881, (tcgistered)..lO340Mt
United States 5's, 1881, (registered). AMWW&K
United States 4U's, 1891, (registc-iedjlo'llie
United States 4,s,liS91,(coupens).. .lOUiftlWi
United States 4's, 1907. (registered).. 107i107
United States Currency 6's 125
VIET DJCA WIXUS.
AUTHORIZED MY THE COMSION
wealth of Ky., and the fairest in the world
21st Popular Monthly Drawing
COMMONWEALTH DISTRIBUTION CO.
At Macaulcj 's Theatre, In the City of Louis
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 30th, 1880.
THESE IlUAWINCS, AUTHORIZED BY
THE LEGISLATURE AND SUSTAINED BY
ALL THE COUUTSiOF KEN'lUCKY, aceoid aceeid
ing te a contract made with the evv ners 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. II,
rendered the following decisiens:
1st That the Commonwealth Distribution
Company Is legal.
2d Its drawings are net fraudulent.
The uiiiiiageivutcall attention te the liberal
scheme which has met with such popular favor
heietoteie, and which will again bu pieenlcd
1 prize l,oei
1 prize ...................... .uue
10 prizes $l,0U)t-ucli 10,W)0
20 prizes 500 each 10,oue
100 prizes, $100 eacli lu,oue
200 prizes 50 each lo.eui
UX) prizes 20 each 12,w
1000 prizes lOcach 10,01)0
9prizcs300cacli,appro!iiintle.i prizes 2,700
9 prizes 200 each, " " 1,800-
9 prizes 100 eaeh, " " )
1,9W1 prizes $112,400
Whole tickets, fi; hair tiekett,. $1 ; 27 UAi-u
$50; 55 ticket, $100.
Remit by Postefllce Meney Older, Registcied
Letter, Bank Draft or Expiess.
Te insure against mistakes and delas. eoi eei eoi
rcHpendents will please write their names and
places of residence plainly, giving number or
Posteilice box or Sticet. and 'lewn, County and
All communications connected with the Ills
tributien and Oiders for Tickets should be ad
dressed te K. 91. BOAKIM1 AX, Courier-Journal
Building. LeuUville, Ky., or :i7 and .!K
Breadwuv. New Yerk. iu3lTuTli&Sv
WANTED. EVEKY1JODV IO ADVEK
tlse, free et charge, in the Ixtkllujen
cer, who wants something te de.
IAiS! KAGS! KAOS!-ICAGS WANTED
Housekeepers take notice that we arc
paying 2j cents u pound for MIXED BAGS.
Cash paid as seen as delivered te
apr9-3md Ne. 2r West King Street.
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES,
FLINN k BRENEMAN'S.
Croquet, Base Balls and Bats, Chinese Tey
Bemb Shells, Paper Cap Pitlels, and ether
Seasonable Goods, at
Flu & BraiM's.
152 North Queen Street,
PROPOSALS FOK BUILDING.
Sealed prope-als will be received by the
Heard of Trustees of the Yeates Institute until
JUNE 25, 1880, for the erection of a Scheel
Building en the let en the northeastern comer
et Duke and Walnut streets. The contractor
will be expected te de all the work connected
with the building, including plumbing, gas
fitting. &c, and making the flues and connec
tions for the heater. The right te reject any or
all of the bids Is reserved. The plans and spec
ideatiens can be seen at the ellice et S. II.
Reynolds, esq. Piopesalsto be addressed te
je!5.5td Secretary of Beard of Trustees.
INSTATE OK ANNA M. WEIDLEK,
li late el 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 undcrsigded, residing in Lancaster City.
MRS. E. E. PATTERSON.
J. W. F. Swrrr. Administratrix.