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LANCASTER DA1IV llSTELLlGEKCER. SATURDAY JUNE 26,1880.
Music, Torches nnd Speeches Immense En
thusiasm. The enthusiasm ever the nomination of
Hancock and English has broken out vio
lently in Millersville. Happier people you
never saw than our Democrats were en the
receipt of the news of the nomination.
This enthusiasm manifested itself last
night in a splendid torchlight precession
headed by the Millersville silver cornet
band. It was completely organized in
every detail, and a mere successful ami
creditable precession has never been wit
nessed it this old Republican town. "Send
troops" te Millersville. The Democrats
are becoming entirely tee numerous. They
.should be suppressed. What business
have they te be making such demonstra
tions ! A few years age a Democrat was
almost a curiosity in the Nermal school ;
new the Democrats form a large and re
spectable minority, embracing some of the
very ablest and most influential students,
and a portion of the faculty. The proces preces
sion, after a long march through the town,
repaired te the baseball grounds and were
there addressed by Messrs. Ilibbs, of Ju
niata; Cranmer, of Lycoming; Dornheim,
of Dauphin ; E. K. Ilerr, of Lancaster
county ; E. C. Snyder, McIIugh. D. Al
bright and Works, of Maryland. Seme of
the speeches were really strong and elTec
tive. Dornheim, McIIugh, Ilibbs and
Works were particularly eloquent and
made some geed hits. The meeting broke
up in geed order at about eleven o'clock
and all repaired quietly te their rooms.
There were threats early in the evening en
the part of some bigoted Republicans, that
they would tear down certain transparen
cies, but nothing was done ether than the
throwing of one or two stones conduct for
which every decent Republican should
blush. The demonstration contrasted
most favorably with the Garfield ratifica
tion that took place some days age. A
few Democratic citizens joined the Nor Ner
mal students in the precession.
The Republicans are in a quandary.
They don't knew what te say against
Hancock. All that they can say is "Mrs.
Surratt." This is amusing. De they pre
tend that they disapprove of the execu
tion of Mrs. Surratt? If se, why net
arraign llartranft, Who was the execu
tioner'.' McIIugh (who, by-the-way, is a
Catholic,) effectually disposed of that in
his speech. Hurrah for Hancock!
Teuclici-H and Graduates
Last evening Hen. Jehn $. Warfel,
president of the beard of school directors,
gave his annual reception te the graduat
ing classes of the high schools, te the
teachers of the public schools and te the
beard of directors ; in addition te whom
a number of invited guests were present,
among them City Superintendent Uuehrle.
The affair came off in the " old high school
building." as it is still called, corner of
Prince and Chestnut streets, and new oc
cupied as a secondary school, and was of
the plcasantcst and most thoroughly en
joyable character. All of the graduates,
boys and girls, were present, and were, of
course, the " liens" of the occasion, being
the recipients of continued congratulations
upon their creditable performances of the
morning and of well wishes for their futu.e
career. There was no speech making, but
plenty of excellent music, features of
which were the fine bass sole, " Old Sox Sex Sox
ten," by Mr. Henry Mellinger, cornet sole,
"You'll Remember Me," by .Mr. KillliciTcr,
violin sole by Master Eddie Keffer, and
duet by I'ref. Killheffer and Eddie Keller.
Charles ISrimmcr whistled his famous
" Mocking ISird." The high schoolgirls
and boys sang a number of their fa
vorite school songs, and as the evening
waned the merry-making waxed, the boys
surrounded the organ, and under the lead
ership of l'refs. Matz, Haas and Luckcn
bach, who were thoroughly en rapport with
the spirit of fun that reigned supreme,
made the welkin ring with their songs of
mirth and melody.
President Warfel'.N hospitality was of
J he usual, generous character. Added te
the abundance of geed things in the shape
of delicious ice cream, lemonade and
toothsome cake, gotten up in Rever's best
style, which he spread before his guests,
he was constant in his efforts te make all
comers welcome, and the eminent success
which crowned his endeavors in this direc
tion was attested by the reluctance with
which the happy assembly at last dispersed.
It was certainly an enjoyable occasion and
one long te be held in pleasant remem
brance. State Sunday Sellout Convention.
The secretary of the State Sunday
Scheel association has notified our local
committee that fie will endeavor te secure
the attendance of the following gentleman
at the convention te be held in our city
October 12, 111 and 14: Rev. Richard
Newton, I). D., of Philadelphia ; Rev. Dr.
Sciss, of Philadelphia ; Rev. Jehn Hall,
I). D., of New Yerk ; James McCormick,
of Harrisburg; Rev. W. II. R. Deitrich,
of Mechanicsburg ; Rev. Jesse 1). Yeung,
ol'Alteona; Rev. P. S. Hensen, of Phila
delphia ; Jehn Wannamakcr, of Philadel
phia ; Prof. Wm. G. Fischer ; Rev. B. T.
Vincent, Philadelphia ; E. Payson Perter,
of Philadelphia. The Pennsylvania dele
gates te the Raikes centennial are also ex
pected te be present.
All the gentlemen from this city who were
at Cincinnati, with the exception of Messrs.
Stciuman? McUrann aud llensel, returned
last evening. There were four sections of
t he Day express. On the second section
were the Americus and Randall clubs. The
train was covered with llajjs and when it
reached the depot the crowd te receive it
was very large. On the train were Daniel
Dougherty, Geerge McGowan, Alderman
William McMullcn and many ethers.
While the train was standing in the depot
cheer after cheer was given for the strong
Isaac C. Mishler, a son of Corener Mish-
ler, and apprentice at the carriage factory
of I). Altick & Sen, met with a painful ac
cident while at work yesterday. In lower
ing a window-sash te which there was no
pulley it slipped from his hand, and in at
tempting te catch it, he get his hand under
a broken pane of glass, which struck it
with considerable force, badly cutting the
back of the baud and severing some of the
larger bleed vessels. Dr. Muhlenberg was
called and attended te the young man's
New Helland's Census.
The population of New Helland, ac
cording te the last census, is l.OOe a gain
of 227 since the last census.
DISTRESSING BUM OR.
Fears for the Safety of Three Well-Known
Yesterday morning E. J. Zahm, jeweler,
Jehn IJ. Reth, dry goods merchant, and
Jehn Kepner, cigar manufacturer, left
Lancaster for a days' fishing at the mouth
of the Pequea creek, about sixteen miles
from Lancaster. They went in a private
conveyance and left word with their
friends that they would be home
last evening. They did net come
nor has anything been heard from
them up te this hour (2 p. m,). The
families of these gentlemen became
alarmed by reason of their absence, and
this alarm was increased by their
knowledge of the fact that neither of
the excursionists could swim and that
there had been a heavy storm along the
Susquehanna in the direction of the mouth
of the Pequea. There is a miner also that
a beat was seen in the river last evening
near the mouth of the Pequea,having two
men in it, who had lest control of the
beat which was drifting among the rocks
in the swift torrent.
This morning Mr. Ernest Zahm started
in search of his father and friends, but no
tidings have yet been received from him.
At neon the I.NTEM.ir.KNCEit telegraphed
te McCalls Ferry, (the nearest station), for
information regarding them, but, as the
station is several miles distant, no answer
has yet been received.
The many friends of the missing gentle
men are leth te believe that anything has
happened them, and suggest that their
wagon may have broken down, or that
their lishing having been interrupted by
the storm, they resolved te put in another
day at the river. We sincerely hope neth
ing mere serious may have caused their
detention. A relative of Mr. Kepner, who
is well acquainted witli the fishing ground
visited by the party, says they could hard
ly drown there even if they wanted te de
se, and he knows Mr. Kepner would net
go anywhere tuat he thought te he danger
ous. Messrs. Zahm and Reth are also
known te be discreet and careful men.
A special te the Intki.i.ic.i:xci:i:, dated
McCall's Ferry. 15:21 this afternoon, says :
I have heard nothing about any Lancaste
rians being drowned near mouth of Pe
quea. I think the rumor is false.
A special leeeived almost simultaneous
ly from Ernest Zahm, dated West Willow?
says: "We are all right. Detained here
Sheriff Stri ne sold at the court house in
this city this afternoon at 2 o'clock by
sheriffs sale, the following described real
A let of ground, situate in Warwick
township, containing 18 acres, en which
is erected a one-story frame dwelling
house, with basement kitchen and frame
shoemaker shop attached ; frame barn
and ether necessary outbuildings. Sold as
the property of Antheny Rapp and pur
chased by Elizabeth Beck for $1,125.
A let of ground situated in Columbia,
containing in fieiit en Seuth Fourth street
18 feet, and extending in depth 108 feet,
en which is erected a two-story frame
dwelling house with a two-story frame
kitchen and summer-house attached, and
ether necessary outbuildings. Sold as the
properly of Christiana Beinheur and pur
chased by Margaretta Stctter for $300.
A let of ground, situate en the east side
of North Mary street, Lancaster, contain
ing in front 24 feet, and extending in depth
80 feet, en which is erected a two-story
brick dwelling-house, with a two-story
back-building attached, fiainc shed and
ether necessary out-buildings. Sold as
ine property ei iiirum Miyuer, and pur
chased by Junius B. Kaufman, esq., ferL.
II. Bachler, for $1,S00.
A let of ground, situate in East Willow
street, containing one acre, en which is
erected a two-story frame dwelling house,
with a two-story frame back building,
frame barn with slaughter house, and
ether necessary outbuildings. Sold as the
property of A. S. Prick, and purchased by
namuel Jlarman ler !.)Uu.
Alotefgrouud situated in Lititz, con
taining in front 25 feet and extending in
depth 10(5 feet, en which is erected a two
story frame kitchen and frame end at
tached, frame stable and ether necessary
outbuildings. Sold as the property of
Ileniy, Drewn, and purchased by' II. D.
Miller, for $000.
A farm situated in Ephrata township.
containing ze acres, en which is erected a
one-story leg dwelling house, -with back
building and ether necessary outbuildings.
Sold as the prapcrty of Jehn Herning and
purchased by Geerge Keller, for $800.
A let of ground en the north side of
East Chestnut street, between Lime and
Sliippcn, en which is erected a two-story
brick dwelling house, with frame kitchen,
etc. Sold as the property of Emeline and
Samuel Heffman, and purchased by B. F.
Eshelmaii for $1. MS subject te a mortgage
. i- .! . t - 1 ,
The historical society of the Cumber
land Valley will celebrate its leth anni
versary at Deubling Gap Springs, near
Xewville, commencing en the 1st of July
and continue for eight days, two hours
each day being devoted te historical exer
cises. Following is the pregramme
mapjied out for the occasion.
June 1. "The Presbytery of Carlisle
Forty Years Age " Rev. Alfred Nevin,
I). D.. of Philadelphia.
July 2. "The Germans of the Valley"
Rev. S. R. Fisher.
July ;5. Meeting of the Historical secie
ty at 10 o'clock, a. m. ; opening remarks
by the president, Hen. M. C. Herman.
At ':'.() o'clock p. in., Gen. Geerge R.
Suewdcn, of Philadelphia, will deliver a
July 4. At 10:;.0 a. m. a sermon appro
priate te the occasion will be preached by
July 3. An essay en " The Remance of
the Valley, " by Prof. William 51. Xvin,
of Lancaster, Pa.
JulyO. Voluntary addresses.
July 7. Reading of papers of historical
July 8. Lecture by the Rev. J. P. M.
Otts, D. I)., of the Chambers Presbyte
rian church, Philadelphia, en "Pennsylva
nia Emigration into Seuth Crrelina." Dr.
Otts will also preach en Sabbath, July 11,
at JO a. m., en "The Truth of Ged and
:.r.d the Freedom of Man."
Hen. Alex Ramsey. Judge Pearson and
ether distinguished gentleman are also ex
pected te participate in the proceedings.
Jr. O. U. A. M.
Last evening Empire Council, Ne. 120,
Jr. O. U. A. M., elected the following offi
C. Chas. Bonasch.
V. C Chas. F. Scheid.
A. R. S. Renj. Henry.
Cen. Harry Leber.
War. Cyrus Negley.
I. S.Ellwoed McAllister.
O. S. Win. Remley.
Trustee Heward C. Rey..
R. te S. C E. E. Filler and Win. McAllister.
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN!
G1YLER, BOWERS & HURST are still showing an elegant line of CARPETS, in all the choice styles and best makes
of Carpets suitable for Parlors, Libraries, Dining Reems, Chambers, Halls and Stairs.
GIYLER, BOWERS & HURST are showing an elegant line of Brussels and Venitian Carpet Berderings, in all widths,
suitable for all Carpets. " -
GIVLER, BOWERS & HURST are showing an elegant line of Fleer Oil Cleths, in best makes and all widths.
GIYLER, BOWERS & HURgT are showing an elegant line or Cocea and Canten Mattings in new styles.
GIVLER, BOWERS & HURST are showing a large stock of Plain Window Shading in all colors, Alse, the best
makes Spring Fixtures.
GIVLER, BOWERS & HURST are showing a very choice assortment of Rugs and Mats in newest designs.
GIVLER, BOWERS & HURST are offering all these goods at the lowest bottom prices.
GTVXEK, BOWEKS & HTJEST,
2S East King Street, Lancaster, Pa.
Argument Court. i
Court met at fl o'clock this morning. '
At 10 the judgment docket was called ever
and ten judgments were entered for differ. I
eut reasons. j
In the case of Jacob Bucher vs. Tobias j
R. Krcidcr, executer of the will of Jehn
Kreider deceased and garnishee of Henry :
Rehrcr, judgment was entered in favor
of the plaintiff for $9:55,97. i
Tlie Telepli one Exchange. ;
The residence of David M. Mayer, who
resides in Manheim township, about two j
miles from the city, has been connected j
with the telephone exchange line. The
exchange has beceme quite a success. The
management have ordered a large new j
switch beard, as they found the present one '
te be te small. t
Persons who have no telephones and who
desire te send messages te their friends,
who have, can de se, free of charge, by
leaving the message at the exchange room
Miss Elizabeth Ranck, and David '
Ileman, residing at Graff's store, in East I
Earl township, were out driving en Tues-
day, when their horse frightened and
started te run, throwing both persons
out. Miss Rauek fell en her face and left
shoulder, dislocating the shoulder, and
lacerating the face and head in a frightful
manner, and otherwise injuring her, both
externally and internally. 1 Ionian had
his right leg broken in two places.
The Greenback Man.
., , T .. ,. , . i ,.cii.
C. A. Lamar, the alleged member of the
Philadelphia bar, who assaulted William
Dutlcr, colored, en Tuesday night, was te j
have had a hcarinj; yesterday afternoon
before Alderman A. F. Dennelly, llutlcr !
withdrew the charge and Lamar paying j
all the costs, the case was dismissed. J
Attention Sixth "Ward.
There will be a meeting of the sixth ward
Democracy at the Schiller house. North
Ouecn street en Monday evening at 7V
o'clock for the purpose of
Hancock and English club. A full attend- i
eucc of the Democracy is requested.
Hener te a I.aneastci ian. j
Mr. Richard M. Rcilly, of this city, j
whose graduation from Mount St. Mary's j
college, Emmittsburg, Md., was men-
tiened yesterday, carried oil' the honor of
Shet Ills Finger.
Yesterday Michael Hush, about 15 years
of age, residing en Market street, near Or-
e.w,.. e;.l,.,.t..llv ulw.f lmiiKeirt.lirniM'h the
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linger wiiilc playing with a toy eanruige ;
Found it Pin. j
J no. Frinfrock, residing at 30!) Rockland j
street this morning found a golden masenic j
pin, which he is holding for the owner.
Paid OH. '
The employees of the Philadelphia and
Reading railroad company in this city
were paid off in cash te-day for the month
A siBKTiNe of the Democracy et" the Eighth
Ward will be held at Jlrs. Diehl's Beer Saleen,
en High street, en .Monday evening at S
o'clock, ler the purpose et organizing a Han
cock club. By order of C. Sheid. County Com
Te-night an apron sociable will be given at
A. A. Myers's residence, en East King street,
ter the benefit et the First Reformed church.
D. S. Bursk, the lire-works man. will send up j
a hirgemcteericandilluiiilnutlng balloon from i
the reef or his store Ne. 17 East King street, j
tiirsh balloons are vcrv beautiful and afford u .
novel display in great Tariety of colors, of
bursting bombs, showers et" golden rain and
streaming meteors. Loek out for it this even-
iiv ir iln? weather is fair. t
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Williamson & Fester are making a clearance
sale ertheir entire stock et Summer Clothing
by reducing the prices. They will close their
store from J uly 5 te Sept. 1 at 7 p. m.
A HU'ssing te Humanity.
We clip the following from the Republican,
Allentown, l'a.: My wile suffered ler years
with Rheumatixm, and endured great pain.
She used numerous remedies, but nothing
would bring relief. A few months age I pre
cured a bottle or St. Jacob's Oil, and the re
sults fiem the use thereof give me cause te
recommend the article te these suffering with
the same complaint. The llrst application
acted like a charm, and the occasional ue of
St. Jacop.'s Oil prevents the return et the
former great and unbearable pain. I consider
St. Jacob's Oil n blessing, and that net tee
much can be said in its praise.
Feeble digestion, sick headache, dizziness
and faintness cured by Malt Bitters.
Better Late than Never!
" Don't put off until te-morrow what can iml
should be done te-day," is wise. If you hnve
never used SOZODONT for your teeth, make a
bee-line te the druggist and get a bottle and
begin te use it ut once. " Veil), sap."
Cleanse, whiten and beautify the skin with
Cuticura Medicinal Toilet Seap.
Remeniber ! The only perfect proprietary
medicine as a " Bleed Searcher" is that bear
ing the name of " Dr. Lindscy," and which
may be luxd from druggists.
JI. Siieehan, of Oscoda, Jlich., writes : I
have used Dr. Themas' Electric Oil en horses
for different diseases and found it te de just as
you recommended. It has done justice for me
every time, and is the best oil for horses I ever
used. Fer sale by II. B. Cochran, druggist, 1.17
and 130 North Queen street, Lancaster, Pa. IS
Te regulate the liver, stomach, and bowels,
use only "Sellers' Liver Pills." Take no ether.
23 cents a box. All druggists sell them.
Satisfaction given in the past Is geed evi
dence for the future. Try Dr. Themas' Elec
tric Oil for coughs, colds, neuralgia, and rheu
matism. It always gives satisfaction. Fer sale
II. B. Cochran, druggist, 137 and 139 North
Queen street, Laucaster, Pa. 17
Try Lecher's Renowned Cough Syrup.
THE LARGEST AND FINEST STOCK OP
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 Includes all the
LATEST STYLES SPRINGS,
nch :ls the Brewster, Whitney,-Salidee Triple, Empire Cress Spring, Dexter Queen, Dnplex
ml Elliptic, ami they will also make te order any style a purchaser may desire. Repairing
fall kinds promptly attended te. All work guaranteed for one year.
" OUR "WORK SUSTAINS OUR "WORD."
Kidney-Wert effectively acts at the same
time en Kidneys. Liver and Bowels.
Try l.echer's Renowned Cough Syrup.
What de you de when you have a cold ?
cd a little boy et Jenes the ether day.
renlied Jenes. I don't, for my ma gives me l)r
Themas' Electric Oil aud it always steps my
nnnnlifnir Vnr w!ll( lfel' If It. I !frlll111l fll'tl"-
I gist, 1.17 and 139 North Queen street, Lancaster,
! Pa. 15
Try l.echer's Renowned Cough Syrup,
1 Imi'l'iik Bleed, General Debility, S re ula.
j Erysipelas, Pimples, Carbuncles, Unhealing
Seres, and ether diseases demanding a t 'eat-
' ment essentially Tonic, Absorbent, Altira'ive,
, J!1(0(1 cleailNils Illoert Mtlkill 'nnd Heiltl;
; Restoring, yield readily te that most perfect
uid elegant et medicinal preparations. Dr.
Browning's Tonic and Alterative. Price 50
cents and $1. Fer sale by the Proprietor, W.
Champien Browning, M. I)., 1117 Arch .street,
Philadelphia, and all Druggists and Dealers in
Try l.echer's Renowned Cough Syrup
ISrewii's Household l'anaeea
Is tilt: most effective Pain Destroyer in the
world. Will most surely quicken the bleed
whet her taken internally or applied externally
I ;ll"l thereby mere certainly RELIEVE PAIN,
whether chronic or acute, tuan any ether pain
alleviator, and it is warranted double the
strength et any similar preparation.
It cures pain in the Side, Back or Beucls,
Sere Threat, Rheumatism, Toothache and ALL
ACHES, and is the GREAT RELIEVER Oi'
PAIN. "BROWN'S HOUSEHOLD PANA
CEA " should be in every family. A teaspoon teaspeon teaspoen
luloflhc Panacea in a tumbler et het water
(sweetened, if prcterred), taken at bedtime,
will BREAK UP A COLD. 25 cents a bottle.
Fer sale at II. IS. Cochran & Ce's Drugstore
North Queen street. Lancaster.
Undoubtedly with children, attributed toether
i causes, is occasioned by Worms. JSROH Vs
UGE COMFITS, or Werm Lozenges
ltheugh effectual in destroying worms, can
I de no pesible injury te the most delicate child
I This valuable combination has been succcss
: tully used by physicians, and found te be ab
solutely sure in eradicating worms. Twenty-
live cents a box. fianirdvdftwTuThftS
An Old Docter's Advice.
It was this: "Trust in Ged and keep your
bowels open.'' Fer this purpose many an old
doctei has advised the habitually costive te
take Kidney-Wert ter no ether remedy se ef
fectually overcomes this condition, and that
without the distress and grilling which ether
medicines cause. It is a radical cure ter piles.
Don't tail te use it. jcJMwdAcw
An Old Man Kestered te Health.
Batavia, N. Y., Sept. 13, 1K7H.
11. II. W.WINKK & Ce., ReCHESTEIt, N. Y. Gr.x-
TLEMKX " Fer forty years I have suffered with
Diabetes, being obliged te void urine as elten
us ence in thirty minutes, and have also been j
a great sufferer from palpitation of the heart.
1 am new using your Diabetes Cure, and can
truly say, at seventy vears of age, that it
makes me feel like it new man."
jel.V2wri&W 1'ETClt SlIOWKUMAN.
weui.pevcriyaiHiMuiienng naunieii me ler
years, caused by a sick family and large bills
for doctoring which did no geed. I was com- f
pletely discouraged, until one year age, by
theadviceef my pastor I procured Hep Bit- l
ters ami commenced their use, and in eni
... -. . .... . e
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 lamilics well a
year with Hep Bitters for less than one doe
ter's visit will cost. A Workingman.
Crape Culture and Wine. ,
The culture of grapes in New Jersey is get- i
ting te be one of the most important Indus- '
tries of the state. The principal varieties
raised are the Oporto and Concord. Jlr.Specr's !
vineyards at Passaic premise a larger yield i
this than any previous year. In consequence '
Jir. Specr has reduced the price of his I'ert i
Grape Wine. The eldest can new be had at $1 '
per bottle from any of the druggists. It is used j
for medicinal purposes as a superior wine, anil r
in churches for communion purposes. Its j
properties arc net intoxicating se that the j
weakest person may use it te advantage, and j
temperance people cannot object te its use ter
medicine. Ecenlng liullelln. i
This -wine is endorsed by Drs. Atlec and
Davis, and sold by II. E. Slaymaker.
'XE W ADf'JiKTISJtaiJiXiS.
(newly papered) Ne. 520 East Orange street.
Apply te JOHN IUEMENZ'S
ltd Shee Stere, Ne. 23 North Queen St.
DU. WM". B. FAHNESTOCK
Having returned from the Seuth, has re
sumed his eflice practice, and can be found at
Ne. 230 EAST KING STREET.
RUSSEL & SHULMYER '
e3"er their friends and customers the best
grades et COAL for the coming season at as
low prices as any arc selling for, and guarantee
quality and weighL
43-Uive us a trial. jc26-3td
AGLE CIUAK HON MANUFACTORY?
"We have started anew Cigar Bex Jlanulac-
tery at Ne. 211 North Queen Street, and an;
new prepared te fill all orders at the shortest
notice. As we have all the latest Improved
machinery we will make as fine a box as can
be had in the country. Give us a call.
BECHTOLD & Ce.,
Ne. 241 North Queen Street,
ltd Lancaster, Pa.
seen at the Works of
XEW AD VEKTISEMEXTS.
TJ)UBLIC SALE OF HORSES AT JOHN
D. DENLIN'GER'S Merrimac Heuse, 115
North Prince street. Hi Head of Ohie Horses,
among which are a pair of Matched Bay
Horses; also, a Grey Mare anil a Bay Mare that
can trot in 3 minutes. A credit of 00 days will
Sale te commence at 1 o'clock p. m.
ltd DANIEL LOGAN.
JL Insure your Creps against less or damage
by hail at BAUSMAN ft BURNS'S
InsiitaueeOlllce, 10 West Orange Street.
rilWO NICELY FURNISHED lMIUMS TO
J let. bandy te Watch Factory. Inquire at
this office, ltd
Ne. l'Q North Queen street for
and Best BOOTS AND SHOES.
105 Sign of the Hie Shee.
riMIK KEGLT.AK MONTHLY MEETINIJ OF
L t lie American Mechanics'Buihling and Lean
Association will be held this (SATURDAY)
evening at S o'clock, in Ceyle's Building, Ne.
::s East King street
ltd W JL T. J E FF E U I ES, Secretary.
riMlK MONTHLY MEETING OF THE
I People's Building,Leaii and Deposit Com
pany will he held this (Saturday) evening at
Meney te lean.
Nomination et Officers for ensuing term.
It JL W. VILLEE, Sec'y.
f TO! I'OK CONEY ISLAND.
THURSDAY, JULY 22, 1880.
Vxjv. for the Round Trip only - - - !94.75.
TICKETS GOOD FOR TWO DAYS.
ROUTE Lancaster te Philadelphia, thence
teJersc-rCity. Steamer from Jersey City direct
te New Iren Pier Brighten Beach.
CLARK ft SCIIMID, Managers.
Kxcnrsien te Atlantic City Aug. V.t. Tickets
$2.75. Geed for 2 days. ltd
Insure your Tobacco Creps against damage
by hail in the
! Pennsylvania Hail Insurance Company.
JOHN H. METZLER, Agent.
Ne. 9 Seuth Duke Street.
GEO. W. BROWN, ATO.
Ne. 140 EAST KING STREET.
Residence 21 Seuth I'rince Street.
Ul All members of the Lancaster Mumner Mumner
cher intendirg te participate In the excursion
te Yerk Furnace, en July ."), 1SS0, are request
ed te report te the secretary either at JLenner-
eiier nan er'Ji'.i Aeriu tjueen street, en or ue-
lore June 2S. ISse.
By order et the Committee.
! OVKCIAL ANNOUNCEMENT.
f An extraordinary reduction in prices of
te close out our entire stock, as Mr. II. Ilirsh is
new in Europe buying for the Fall Trade,
Clothing made te order at a reduction et 2(1 per
ent. H1RSH A BRO.,
TTvKCO RATED WAKE!
' The Largest Assortment of Decorated
t DINNER, TEA AND
f CHAMBER SETS
of the Latest Shapes and Stj les.
PR ICES LOW
HIGH & MARTIN,
Ne. 15 EAST KING STREET.
J. B. Martin & Ce.
Opening te-day New Styles
Percale aud Cheviot Shirts.
Sele Agents for the
CELEBRATED PEARL SHIRTS,
LINEN AND PAPER COLLARS.
Earl & Wilsen's New Sets.
J. B. MARTIN & CO.
SATTJBDAY EVENING, JUNE 26,1880
Washington, June 26. Fer the Middle
Atlantic states, partly cloudy weather,
occasional rain, winds mostly westerly,
nearly stationary temperature generally
Welcomed Heme this Morning.
New Yerk, June 2G. The special Tam
many train, with delegates from Cincin
nati convention, arrived at the Grand Cen
tral depot at 9 o'clock this morning. The
Democratic Union and representatives of
district organizations welcomed the dele
gates, and much enthusiasm prevailed.'
Jehn Kelly was net en beard, having left
the train at Albany.
Deatb or a 'Well-known Philadelphia.
Philadelphia, June 2G. J. Frailey
Smith, a retired merchant aud a director
of the Union League and Northern Paeilic
railroad, died at his residence here this
The Lancaster Delegates te the Cincinnati
Conventien.JMessrs. IIEN'SELuud JIcGRANN,
will reach home THIS AFTERNOON at 4:15
Mayer Cooper, Messrs. Fellows. Ilulbert, JIo JIe
Lean, Tracy, and oilier prominent New
Yorkers are en beard, and
will make a live minutes speech trem the plat
form of the curs In support of our Gallant
ki H. S. Hancock.
Rally Democrats, and greet these eminent
gentlemen with another such monster demon
stration its turned out en Thursday night last,
when you heard the glorious news trem Cin
cinnati. OLEMMENS'S BAND
will be present and tender them a serenade.
P. E. E. DEPOT
Hancock, English, Victory,
ri'HK KKOULAU MONTHLY MKKTINC OF
J. the Union Building and Lean Association
will be held en .MONDAY' Evening at 7
o'clock. Meney te lean at!) o'clock.
A. II. BALL,
SCHOOL TAX, 1880.
The duplicate is in the hands et the Treas
urer. ." iter cent, off for premt payment.
WM. O. MARSHALL, Treasurer.
Ne. 12 Centre Square.
Olliee hours trem !) a. m. te 4 p. in.
LADIES AND GENTS
II you want a
GOOD FITTING BOOT OR SHOE,
Ready-made or made te order, call at
Ne. VXi North Queen Street.
Custom Werk a Specialty. je2r,S&Wtfd
PUBLIC SALE ON TUESUAY JULY '
188i), at '.) o'clock, a. m., will be sold lit the
late residence of Michael Jlalene, deceased.
Ne. SDl East Orange street, the entire let of
Household and Kitchen Furniture, one Inrge
l'urler Mirror. 12 feet high, also. Quarry Toels
such as Hammers, D.rills, Picks, etc. ; one
Cart, Harness of all kinds, etc.; one Buggy
with top. and a great many articles net men
tioned. Terms made known by
WM. L. PKIPKIt,
J. JI. M. BVRKE.
II. Siicbbrt, Auct. juii2U-tsd
NEW MARBLE WORKS,
Ne. :!8 Conestoga street, between Seuth Queen
. and Prince streets, Lancaster, Pa.
As specimens of my work, I refer te the tomb
erected te the memory of the wife of JIaj. C.
JI. Hewell, and the cress entwined with ivy,
which stands upon the tomb lately erected in
memory of his daughter. Miss Libby M.
Hewell, both of which were executed by ine
while foreman at his works. ltd
tentien et the public te our list of prices
jer coal, ueiivereii as ionews:
(ieuuine Lvkens Valley K'ig and Steve. ..$1.80
" " Nut !.."
Celebrated Enterprise Egg and Nut 4.:i."
" " Broken and Steve. 4.fi0
1 I turd Eggand Nut 4.:sr
ureKcn anu stove tie
All Grades Ne. 1 Pea 3.3.
Purchasers will save from
15 te 70 Cents
per tfin 1y buying Ceal at above prices. We
de net employ agents te solicit orders, prefer
ring te give our customers the benefit of the
commissions usually paid te such agents.
maintains its high standard of excellence and
is superior te any ether Jledium Ceal in this
market. As we arc the only dealers in the
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. BAUMGARDNER & CO.
ANTED EVERYBODY TO ADVEK
tlse. free of chanre. In the laTjaueBic-
b, in the
ing te de.
wlie wants semetui
WANTED TOBACCO STRIPERS, U1RLS
or boys, will be well paid, either by the
thousand or week. Apply te
JOHN P. V OLF,
ltd 214 North M ulbcrry Street .
IAOS! RAGS! BAGS! BAGS WANTED
Li Housekeepers take notice that we are
paying 2 cents a pound for MIXED RAGS.
Cash paid as seen as delivered te
aprMmd Ne. !K5 West Knur street.
1 V t? 'i "
PaiLADKLrHiA, June26. Fleur quiet but firm
for desirable brands; superfine 12 303; extra
at S3 OOgS 50 ; Ohie and Indiana family at IS 00
6550; Penn'a family 4 755 00: St. Leuis
family $5 50f6 00 ; de old, 92 234 75 ; Minnesota
family 94 5005 35 ; patent and high grades 96 SO
Rye Heur at 94 25.
CernmeiU Brandywiue unchanged.
Wheat dull; Ne. 2 Western UedflUVSl 16K;
Penn'a Red l 17 ; Amber 91 IT.
Cern dull for local use; steamer 49849Kc;
yellow 51c ; mixed 5Ke.
Oats dull and lower; Ne.l. WhiteSKc: Ne.
2, deSSc; No.3,de3c: Ne. Mixed 35K36c.
Kye dull ; Western and Pa. 88c.
Previsions easier ; mess perk at 912 75i:i;
beer hams 920 5021 ; India mess beet $uiu 50 ;
bacon, smoked shoulders 5kG5-.Jc; salt 4Sc;
smoked hams 1 If? 12c ; pickled ham SQlUc.
Lard easier ; city kettle 7K cc : loe batch
ers t7c: prime steam 97206775.
Butter dull ; Creamery extra. 20g2Ic ; de
geed te choice 1820c: Bradford county
and New Yerk extra. lSlc ; Western Re
serve extra, 1519c ; de geed te choice 1214c ;
Rolls dull; Penn'a extra 1012; Western re
serve extra 1012c.
Eggs dull and weak; Penn'a 1314c:
Cheese sluggish at a decline ; New Yerk full
cream8j9c : Western lull cream. 77c; de
fair te geed 77c; dehalfsklms 5(kr.
Petroleum dull and lower ; rellnedac.
Seeds Geed te prime nominal; Timethy
92 752 00 : Flaxseed dull at 91 25.
New fork aiarket.
Nkw Yerk, June 3U. Fleur State and West
cm dull and without decided change;
superfine state (3 301 25 : extra de i 75
64 25; choice, de., 4 3U4 35: fancy
$5 056 00; round hoop Ohie 4 00QS U);
choice de $31000 25; superfine western 33t)
4 25 ; common te geed extra de $3 7JQ4 40 ;
choice dodo $4 5U7 00: choice white wheat de
$4 655 00 ; Southern dull and unchanged : com
mon te fuir extra $5f5ti0; geed tocneicoUo
$5 ; 75.
Wheat Spring dull and nominal ; Winter
white steady ; Red, cash and June Weak ;
ether grades strong : new Mixed spot $1 20$i ;
de June, $111 9(;leJuly 1 llQll Hfc;
de August $1 071 07$5.
Cern a shade easier and quiet . Jllxed west
ern spot, tSJJhec; de future 49;30c.
Oats dull ana lower; Ne. 2 June 374e ;
de July 35; Ne. 2 White, Julv.36J4; state 3i:f
UK ; western 33.;J4i
12:30 p. X. 3:00 1 M.
Penna 6's (third Issue) 108
Philadelphia 4 Erie U
ivtmiiiiK t "
Pennsylvania 5.1)2 ....
Lehigh Valley. 50 '
United Ces. et N. J l.VJ
Northern Pacific 27
" Prelerred 50
Northern Central 31
Lehigh Navigation 27?
Central Transportation Ce. 48-
Pitts., Titusville & Butrale. 14.;
Little Schuylkill 44
Nkw Xeuk, June 'Si.
N. Y. Central 12U
Adams Express 1 !'';,'
Michigan Centra) '.W',
Michigan Southern lesu;
Illinois Central WV
Cleveland X Pittsburgh. ...117).;
Chicago Reck Island 10S
Pittsburgh & Kert Wayne.. 120
Western Union Tel. Ce 105
Teledo A Wabash 38
New Jersey Central W
United States Bend anil Sterliug Kxelinn.-
(Quotations by It. K. Jamisen X Ce., S.
Cor. 3d and Chestnut Streets).
Philadelphia, June -y.
United SUdes O's, 18S1, (registered). .KM (iWi
United States 5's, 1881. (registered). .la&lui
United Stutes 41's, lttil, (registercd)10!i
United States 4Ji'M,18!)l,(coupens).. .liw
United States 4's, 1007. (registered). .107jZai07,'a
United States Currency 6's 123 bid.
Sterling Exchange 4n;;;iw
1 R1VATK 1.1-.S.SONS GIVEN TO HIU.NU
ladies or gentlemen preparing te pass ex
amination for admission te the High Scheel, te
the College, or for Certificates as teachers, by
GEO. N. GLOVER,
jc2t-lwd Ne. 557 West Chestnut Street.
K. McCANN, AUCTIONEER OF REAL
Estate and Personal Property. Orders
lertat Ne. :.' Charlette street, or at the Black
Herse Hetel, II and 4K North Queen street, will
receive prompt attention. Bills made eutand
ttendeil te without additional cost. e27-ly
The duplicate of city tuxes is new in the
hands of the Treasurer. Five per cent, abate
ment will be allowed en all taxes paid en or be
fore July 1. 1HS0. E. WELCHANS,
A delicious, healthy Beverage, far superior
te the ordinary soda water. FIVE CENTS A
G LASS. Fer sale by
J. R. KAUPPMAN,
NO. 1 1 N. JUKEN ST.,
G1 RAND EVENING PARTY WILL UK
f held by the Alpha Club at the Green Cot
tage, en Saturday' evening .next. Admission
free. Ne Improper characters permitted en
the grounds. jc23-2td
Netice is hereby
' given that the ordl erdl
Laucaster ''ler prevent-
nances of tin
ing accidents by
r tire and the better
tien ofeitler In the city" will be strictly un
forced against all persons "firing guns or
small arms, or selling, easting, throwing or
firing of chasers or ether fireworks operating
in a similar manner" within the elty of Lan
caster during the celebration of the coming
4th of July.
The police force of the city are hereby In
structed te arrest any person detected in the
violation of said ordinances.
JOHN T. JUcGONIGLE, .Mayer.
toil SALE Oil ItENI.
. The second story et Eshleuiau & Rath
von's Banking Heuse, at Centie Square, and
also a room en second story, opposite lire
Penn'a R. R. Depot, en Chestnut street.
B. F. ES1ILEJ1AN.
f23-2td&Stl Atterncv-at Law
VALUABLE CITY PROPERTY AT PUB
Will be sold at the Grape Hetel. Win. B.
Finnev, Proprietor, en THURSDAY EVEN
ING, JULY J, IsSO. all that well known Livery
Property, situated en the cast side of North
Queen street, near the Penn'a R. R. Depot,
fronting en North Queen street. 32 feet 25$
inches, and extending in depth 100 feet, then
widening tem feet Wx inches, and extending
111 (lepill ita ieei 1,0 unusual! si rctu, en which
Is erected a two-story Brick and Frame Stable
and Carriage Houses, 11 Brick Office and a Store
room en North Queen street. Tills property
is splendidly situated in the heart of the busi
ness part of the city, and is well calculated for
11 Sale or Livery Stable anil an udmirablc place
ler a Tobacco Warehouse.
Sale te commence at 7:30 p. 111., when terms
and conditions will be made known by
GEORGE W. ZhCIIER.
1 1. SiiungBT, Auctioneer. )c21-tsd
Fer Trimming and Dress, B0 cents and up, at
Next Doer te the Court Heuse.
m Cents, at
SUMMER DRESS GOODS
Of every description, at
Quantities et LADIES SKIRTS, White and
Colored, 50 cents and up, at
Next Doer te the Court Bena.
ESTATB OF HUGH CORCORAN, LATK
or Lancaster city, deceased. Letters or
administration en said estate having been
granted te the undersigned, all persons Indebt
ed thereto are requested te make immediate
payment, and these having claims or demands
against the same will present them without
delay for settlement te the undersigned, re
siding in Lancaster.
JIICIIAEL II. CORCORAN,
J. W. Swirr, Attorney.
-VTARCU3 G. SEHNEK.
Ne. 120 North Prince street.
Prompt and particular attention paid te al
ration and repairs. slS-lyd