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ILAKOAS'lEll DAILY IKlfiLLiGENGEK. MONDAY JUNE 28, 1880.
Cane UlipeMd OF-Admitted te Hie Bar.
Court met en Saturday afternoon at half
pist 2 o'clock and this morning at 10.
The following cases were disposed of :
Samuel Kurtz, trustee of Barbara Kurtz,
vs. Henry Kurtz. Exceptions te auditor's
report. Exceptions dismissed and report
Amelia P. Eaby vs. Henry P. Benedict,
admistrater of the estate of Elizabeth
Benedict,dcceased. Uulc te show cause why
a sheriff's sale should net be set aside.RuJe
Court adjourned U meet en July 7th.
Admitted te the liar.
Mr. Jehn A. Ceylc, of this city, was this
morning, en motion of his preceptor, Hen.
Win. Aug. Atlee, admitted te practice be
fore the courts of Lancaster ceunfcy. Mr.
Ceyle passed with great credit the rigid
examination before the committee of the
bar apieintcd for the purpose, lie is
a young gentleman of fine intel.
lectual attainments, and in educa
tion and temperament admirably
adapted te the profession en which he is
new fairly launched with such bright
prospects of a successful career. Joined
with keenness of mental vision are
thorough business qualifications, urbanity
of demeanor, and strong common sense,
tiiat will doubtless render bis advance at
once easy and rapid. He has the well
wishes of a host of friends in his entrance
.en this new field of usefulness.
Our correspondent writes : "This has
been the earliest harvest we have had for
years. Commonly it is considered among
the farmers rather extraordinary te have
the wheat up by the Peurth of July, and
this year the first of July will find scarcely
any uncut straw and very few shocks.
Seme of our farmers finished their wheat
last week and are new resting en their
ears for the eats, which is yet quite green.
The rains came tee late for clever, which
was very short and thin "tee thin."
They assisted the eats and timothy along
amazingly, however, and the former
premises a pretty fair crop. Seme of our
wheat was very badly filled none of it
perfectly which will cut down the
bushels, but we have lets of straw, which,
of course, will make plenty of manure.
hi our great wheat-producing farms these
comprising the immediate river hills the
yield of straw, perhaps, is unprecedented ;
that of the MeSparrran farm being the
Our potate-niisers have been using Paris
green and complaints in profusion upon the
bugs, and new that the bugs are losing
ground our tobacco growers continue
cursing the tobacco worms which arc
making their appearance- in considerable
numbers, just as seen as the leaves arc big
enough for a bite.
Hancock suits us exactly. Seme of us
iion-eenibative ones, perhaps, preferred a
man without a sword, but as this new
Cu'sar sheathed his sword in a myrtle of
statesmanship, wc will all ffing our bon
bets for Hancock, and when the hat gees
around for him next fall, old Druinerc
will give her mite."
Assault and Hattery.
Befeic Alderman McConemy James
Dennelly has brought suit against II. If.
Power, of the City hotel, charging him
with assault and battery, and Power has
brought suit against Dennelly and Jehn
Timlin en the same charge. These suits
are the it-suit of a fight, which occurred
at the City hotel en Saturday evening, in
which Dennelly was struck en the head
with a club by Mr. Power, Blews were
also struck en both sides and all parties
gave bail for hearings.
A Giant Oak.
There is growing en the farm of Chris
tian Stern, sr.. in Mount Jey township, a
white oak tree that measures at the butt
twenty-seven feet in circnmfcience, and
Staving limbs twenty or thirty feet from
the gi oetid, from six te nine feet in cir
cumference. It is a monarch among the
trees of the neighborhood, and if there is
a larger one in the county we should like
te hear of it.
t")n Saturday evening the Democracy of
Marietta Hung a Hancock and English
banner, twenty-four feet long, te the
biceze from their rooms in the third story
of the St. Jehn building, opposite the
Cress Keys hotel. Next Saturday night
ihe borough and township Democracy will
meet at! he same place te permanently or
ganize lr the campaign.
Seme '2't or 30 members of Canassatoge
Tribe Xe. 2():1, I. O. U. M., will leave en
the 0:25 train this evening for the hunting
.'rounds of Ouondage Tribe Xe. SI5, at
Coatesvillc, Chester county.
Second Ward Club.
A meeting of he Democracy of the
Second ward will be held at the saloon of
Henry Kansinjr. 434 East Onuure street.
this evening at 7 o'clock for the purpose
of organizing a club for the campaign.
The Lancaster Schuctzen Verein are
holding their picnic at What (Jlen te-day.
Xe one is admitted except these holding
invitations, and a tine time is being had.
r. J Aeen's Oil cures Rheumatism.
The Lllltz ri reworks.
.Mr. J. K. Weaver, of this city, manufactur
ers' agent, has received the contract for sup
plying Lit it z witli fireworks for the 3th of July
display at the Springs. They consist princi
pally of meteoric lirewerk balloons, plain and
parachute balloons', rockets, large wheels, te
gether with an assortment of most pieces
known te the pyrotechnic art. This display is
expected te exceed all previous ones at Lititz.
Campaign goods of all kinds can be had at
Williamson & Fester's at the lowest manu
facturer's prices. They close their store from
.Inly 3 te Sept. 1 Rt 7 p. in., except Saturdays.
Fair and Cake Walk.
This evening, in the A.M. K. Zion's church
en North Market street, the colored society
known as the "Sens and Daughters of Abra
ham " will open a fair which will close en
Saturday night. A cake walk will be a feature
of the fair.
Nursing mothers and delicate females gain
strength from Malt Bitters.
When gazing in your lever's eves.
Hew seen his sense of rupture dies
If there's no sweetness in your breath :
If by your failing teeth be shown
That SOZODOXT toyeu's unknown.
And that your mouth is suffering death.
Ne swindler shall shave us except it be with
Cuticura Shaving Seap.
" Female complaints" are the result of im
pure bleed. Use ' Lindscy's Bleed Searcher."
Try Lecher's Kenewncd Cough Syrup. .
Statistics prove mat twenty-nve 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 or Lecher's Kenewned Cough Syrup,
shall we condemn the sufferers ter their negli
gence, or pity them for their ignorance? Xe,
a East King street.
iMi't-iu: Bleed, General Debility, Scrofula,
Erysipelas, Pimples, Carbuncles, Unhealing
Seres, and ether diseases demanding a treat
ment essentially Tonic, Absorbent, Alterative,
Bleed Cleansing, Bleed Making, and Health
Restoring, yield readily te that most perlect
and elegant ei 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 Lecher's Renowned Cough Syrup
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 distn-ss aid griping which ether
medicines cause. It i- a radical cure ler piles.
Don't tail te use it. je21-lwiLw
An Old .Man Kestered te Health.
Rata via, X. Y., Sept. 1", 1879.
II. 11. W.lllXEI! Ce., ROCIIKSTKK, X. Y. Gkx-Tj-KMKi
" Fer forty years I have suffered with
Diabetes, being obliged te void urine as elten
as once in thirty minutes, and have also been
u great sutrerer from palpitation et the heart.
1 am new using your Diabetes Can:, and can
truly say, at seventy years et age, that it
makes me feel like a new man."
)el.VJW(l&W l'CTKIl SllOWKU.MAX.
" Sellers' I.lveV Pills" never lu.ll te cure bill-eusiics-.
indigestion, or headache. Sold by all
Try I.eeher's Reneu ned Cough Syrup.
Debt, poverty and suffering haunted me for
years, caused by a sick family and large bills
for doctoring which diil no geed. I was com
pletely discouraged, until one year age, by
the advice of my pastor, 1 procured Hep Bit
ters and commenced their use, and in one
month we were all well, and uoneel" us have
been sick a day since : anil 1 want te say te all
peer men. you can keep your taniilic-" well a
year with Hep Bitters for less than one doe
ter's visit will cost. A Werkingmail.
Try I.eeher's Renowned Cough
Kldtiev-Wert effectively nets at
time en Kidneys, l.ivcrand Bowels.
Mothers! Mothers!! Mether!!:
Ar-you disturbed at night ami broken el
your rest by a sick child ull'ering and crying
with the excruciating pain of cutting teeth?
It se. go at once and get a bottle of M RS. W INS
LOW. SOOMIIXG SYRl'P. It will relieve the
peer little sufferer immediately depend upon
it: there is no mistake about it. There Is neta
mother en earth who lias ever used it, who will
net tell you at once that it will regulate the
bends, and give rest te the mother, ami relief
and health te the child, operating like magic.
It is perfectly safe te ueln nil eases, and pleas
ant te the taste, and is the prescription et one
et the eldest and best female physicians and
nurse in the United States. Sold everywhere
Si cents a bottle. I jlT-lyd&w.M.W.tS
Try I.eeher's Renowned Cough Syrup.
Grape 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 are the Oporto mid Concord. Mr.Sperr's
vineyards at Passaic premise a larger yield
this than any jfrevieus year. In coiiseiiuiinee
Mr. Speer has reduced the price or his Pert
Grape Wine. The eldest call new he had at$l
per bottle from any et the druggists. It is used
for medicinal purposes as a superior wine, and
in churches for communion purposes. Its
properties are net intoxicating se that the
weakest person may use it te advantage, and
temperance people cannot object te its use ler
medicine. ICveniny Jlu'letin.
This wine is endorsed by Drs. Atlee and
Davis, and sold by II. 11. Slayniakcr.
DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET.
KOK SUl'I'.KMK .ICIMIU.
roil AirniTOi: n ungual.
RORKRT P. DKCUKRT.
DEMOCRATIC COUNT V TICKET,
,1, I.. STEIX.METZ.
i;eIl IIISTIIICT ATTOKNCV.
FOU SENATOR (13tll r.lSTISI'T.)
.1. B. DOUGLASS,
roll assi:mi:i.v (id iustiuit.)
S. C. STEVENSON,
rim ASSEMiu.v (.'id msTiucr.
li. DAVIS YUNDT,
JACOR M. 1IAEXLEN.
FOR I'lllSO.N" lNSl'ClTOl!,
RARTOX M. WINTER
veu took numerous.
A. J. SNYDER,
A 1H 'lit! TIS r.M EN TS.
1A A meeting of the Ladies' Tract Society
will be held en te-morrow (Tuesday) evening,
at Vi o'clock, at Trinity Lutheran chapel.
AUER &, KROTUER WISH TO RETURN
thanks te the Fire Department and all
ethers who lent theirassistance during the fire
en their premises en Saturday hist. ltd
'UK SEMI-ANNUAL MEETING M.E.
nercher will be held at their hall this
evening at KJ.j e cieck. -Ml uiciiilicr are in
vited te attend. Ry order of the President,
lir.u. l-r r.lrr Kit,
"I XI REWORKS.
Headquarters for Merchants te lay in their
.T TV WR1 A-xTRTR
ltd " West King Street.
1 PROPOSALS WILL HE RECEIVED AT
the Mayer's elliee up te WEDXESDAY,
J U N E 30, IMSO, at 4 p. m.. ter as much Hard Pea
Ceal, Ne. 1 size, as may be ivqiurcd at the City
WerKs up te Nev. 1, 1880. The Ceal te be thor
oughly screened and of geed quality : it net it
will have te be taken baeK at the expense of
the pal Iv furnishing the same.
neus mammoth three- lock fc
Leave Race Street Wharf at 7!a. 111., arriving
at Cape .May about Vlx. p. in. Returning, leaves
Cape .May at 3 o'clock p. in., givingnmplt! time
for bathlnir or a diivc en the beach. A full
Rrass Hand and Orchestra Music for dancing.
Parler Entertainments varied weekly. Lunch
eons and Refreshments in abundance. Din
ners and suppers provided. Oysters and Fish
served ter supper a tew moments after taken
from the water.
Fare for the Hound Trip
SUNDAYS Will leave Race Street Wharf
1 a. 111.
P. S. A Bread Gauge Steam R. R. will con
vey passengers te Cape Island in 8 minutes.
Tickets for sale at
CHAS. H. BARK'S,
jc58-2md&w CENTRE SQUARE.
TOBACCO RAISERS !
Insure your Creps against less or damage
by hall at ISAUSMAN & BURNS'S
Insurance Office, 10 West Orange Street.
INSTATE OF MARY CttAMEK, LATE OF
j Strasburg, Lancaster county, deceased.
The undersigned Auditor, appointed te dis
tribute the snare given te Catharine Cramer,
deceased, during her life, in the estate of said
Mary Cramer, deceased, te and among these
legally entitled te the same, will fit for that
purpose en TUESDAY, the 10th day of
AUGUST, 18S0, at 10 o'clock a. m., in the
Library Roem et the Court Heuse, in the city
Lancaster, where all persons Interested in said
distribution mav attend.
CHAS. R. KLINE,
WK RESPECTFULLY DIRECT THE AT AT
tentien et the public te our list of prices
for COAL delivered as fellows :
Genuine Lvkens Vallev Eg and Steve. ..$1.80
Celebrated Enterprise Egg and Xut 4.3.1
" " Broken and Steve. 4.G0
Hard Eggand Xut 4.3.1
" Broken and Steve 4.00
All Grades Xe. 1 Pea 3.3.1
Purchasers will save trem
15 te 70 Cents
per ten by 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 .Medium Ceal in this
market. As we are the only dealers in the
city in this Choice Ceal, and are continually
receiving large invoices of it, we are ready lit
all times te Mil orders ter the same.
H. BAUMGARDNBR & OO.
roil SALE OR KENT.
he second story et Kshleiuan A Rath-
ven.s nanking Heuse, at Centre Square, and
also a room en second story, opposite the
Penn'a R. R. Depot, en Chestnut street.
P.. F. KSHLEMAX,
f23-2td.v.Stt "' Atternev-at Law
PCIU.ICSALEOF A GENERAL ASSORT
lueut of Household and Kitchen Furni
lure. Alse Stere Goods, Fixtures, Candies and
Groceries, at cer. Duke and North streets, to
morrow atternoen at 1 o'clock.
PUBLIC SALE Ol" MACHINERY AT THE
Oxford Car Works, at l'J:.!0 p. m.. FRI
DAY, J U L Y 'i 1SSO, !W Herse-power Engine am!
Beiler, Meulders, Pinners, Jlertisers, Saws,
Universal Weed Worker, Shaping Machine,
Band Saw, Drill Press, Shafting Pulleys, Pipe,
Ac. Fer particulars apply te
W. 1). ALEXANDER,
.je.!S-'tdR Oxford, Pa.
1JUHLIC SALE ON TUESlMV JULY O
ISS.i, at !l o'clock, a. m., will be sold at the
late residence of Michael Malum', deceased,
Xe. 1 East Orange street, the entire let et"
Household and Kitchen Furniture, one large
Parler Mirror. 12 feet high, also. Quarry Toels
such as Hammers, Drills, 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
Wil. L. PI'IPEIt,
,1. M. M. BORKE.
II. Siiviieiit, Auet. juir.'O-tsd
ALUAISLECMY PROPERTY AT PUB
Will be sold at the Gi-.me Hetel. Win. R.
Finnev, Proprietor, en THURSDAY EVEN
ING, JULY I, ltM), all that well known Livery
Property, situated en the east side of Xertli
Queen street, near the Penn'a R. It. Depot,
fronting en Xertli Queen street. :ii feet 2,'
inches, ami extending in depth 100 feet, then
widening te lit) iota i'A inches, ami e.xienuin
in depth '215 feet te Christian street, en which
is erected a two-story Rrickaml Frame Stable
and Carriage Houses, a Brick Otlleeandu Stere-i
loom en North Queen street. This property;
IS SIMUIlllIlll) SlLllUldl 111 IIIC IH'llI L III Lilt- UUSI-
liess iai t et the city, and is well calculated ler
a Sale or Livery Stable and an admirable place
ler a Tobacco Warehouse.
Sale te commence at 7;."!0 p. in., when terms
and conditions will be made known bv
GEORGE W, 7.KCHER,
II. Siiubkrt, Auctioneer. jeSI-tsd
EVERYBODY TO ADVER
et charge, in the Intelliekh- I
cbr, who wants something te de.
housework. Inquire at Xe. 21 lj East
Orange street. ltd.
A practical Engineer want a situation
te run Stationary Engine.
Address; " Engi-
necr," this elliee.
YtrANTED A DKUli CLERK
or two years experience.
AGS! RAGS! RAGS' RAGS WANTED
Housekeepers take notice that we are
paying ! cents a pound ter AHA ED RAGS.
Cash paid'as seen as delivered te
apriKSmd Xe. 2T West King Street.
PRIVATE J.I.SSONS GIVEN TO lOUNe
1 ladies or gentlemen preparing te pass ex
amination ler admission te the High Scheel, te
lh-j College, or for Certificates as teachers, by
GEO. X. GLOVER,
je21-lwd Xe. 17 Wcjt Chestnut Street.
IRANI) EVENING PARTY WILL
VJT held by the Alpha Club at the Gi
lage, en Saturday evening next. Admission
fee. Xe improper characters permitted en
he grounds. jeiVJtd
AE. AlcC A.N N, AUCTIONEER OK REAL
. Estate and Personal Properly. Orders
loll at X'e. 33 Charlette street, or at the Black
Herse Hetel, 44 and 4t; North Queen street, will
receive prompt attention. Bills made out and
tlendeil te without additional cost, e27-l'
The duplicate et city taxi's Is new in the
hands of the Treasuier. Five percent, abate
ment will be allowed en all taxes paid en or be
lore July 1, 1SS0. E. WEI.CHANS,
"HACObK MEAD. ""
A delicious, healthy Rover.ige, far superior
te the ordinary neda water. FIVE CENTS .
GLASS. Fer sale by
J. R. KATJFFMAN,
NO. 1 1 N. O.UEEN ST..
DR. WM. 15. KAHNESTOCK
Having returned from the Seuth, lias re
sumed his office practice, and can be found at
Xe. 239 EAST KING STREET.
RUSSEL & SHULMYER
eXer their friends and customers the lies!
grades el COAL for the coming season at as
low prices as any are selling for, ami guarantee
quality and weight.
-Uivc us a trial. je2G-3td
'etice is hereby given that the erdi-
1 unices of the city of Lancaster "for prevent
ing accidents by lire and the better preserva
tion of eriler in the city" will be strictly en
forced against all persons "tiring guns or
small arms, or selling, casting, throwing or
tiring of chasers or ether fireworks operating
in a similar manner" within the city 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 ordinance.
JOHN T. MicGONIOLE, Mayer.
-S TO! I'OK CONEY ISLAND.
THURSDAY, JULY 22, 1880.
Fare ler the Round Trip 01113- - - - 4."5.
TICKETS GOOD FOR TWO DAYS.
ROUTE Lancaster te Philadelphia, thence
te Jersey City. Steamer from Jersey City direct
te New Iren Pier Rrighten Reach.
CLARK & SCIIA1ID, Managers.
Excursion te Atlantic City Aug. P.). Tiekets
$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,
ltd Ne. 9 Seuth Duke Street.
Our Patrons wUl always find in our stock the following Reliable
Goods : Watches of the
and ether American "Watch Companies' Manufacture. Alse.ithe
goods of equally reliable Foreign Makes.
Solid Silverware of the Gerham Manufacturing Company.
Electro Silver Plated Flat Ware of the Gerham Manufacturing
Company Rogers Brethers.
Electro Silver Plated Hellew Ware of the Meriden Britannia
Company, Meriden Silver Plate Company and Wilcox Silver Plate
All ether goods of first-class houses only, and warranted quality.
H. Z. RHOADS & BRO., Jewelers,
Ne. 4 West King Street.
Brandy as aledicine.
The following article was voluntarily sent te
Mr. II. E. Slaymaker, Agent 'or Reignrt Old
Wine Stere, by a premiiu-..i ii.n.iising physi
cian et this county, v. he has extensively used
the Rraudy referred loin his regular practice.
It is commended te the attention of these af
Indigestion and Dyspepsia.
BRANDY AS A MEDICINE.
This new much abused Alcoholic Stimulant
was never intemleil as a beverage, but te be
Used as a medicine of great potency in the cure
el some of the destructive diseases which
sweep away their annual thousands of victims.
With a purely philanthropic motive we pre
sent te the favorable notice el invalids espe
cially these atllicted with that miserable dis
ease Dyspepsia, a specilic remedy, which is
nothing mere or less than
The aged, with feeble appetite and mere or
less debility, will find this simple medicine,
when used properly.
A Sovereign Remedy
erall their ills and aches. Re it, he.vever
strictly understood that we prescribe and use
but one article, and thutis
liEIGART'S OLD BRANDY,
Sold by our enterprising young friend, II. K
SLAYAIAKER. This Brandy has steed the
test ler years, and has never failed, as far
as our experience extends, and we therefore
give it the prelcrencc ever all ether Rraudics,
no mutter with hew manyjaw-breaking French
titles they arc branded. One-kiurlh of the
money that Is yearly thrown away en various
impotent dyspepsia specifics would sullicc te
buy all the Brandy te cure any such ease or
cases. In proof of the curative powers of
Reigart's Old Brandy,
In eases et Dyspepsia, we can summon mini
bers of witnesses one case in particular we
A hard-working farmer had been ad.lcted
with an exhaustive Dyspepsia ler a number of
years; his stomach would reject almost i very
kind of feed; lie had sour eructatiens con
stantly no appetite in fact, he was obliged te
restrict his diet te crackers and stale bread,
and as a beverage he used McGraun's Reet
Beer. He is a Methodist, and then, as new,
preached at times, ami in his discourses elten
declaimed earnestly againstall kinds of strong
drink. When advisedte try
Reigart'8 Old Brandy,
In his case, lie looked up with astonishment,
but atier hearing el its wemlertul eilccts in
I the cases of some of his near acquaintances, he
at last consented te fellow our advice. He
used the Brandy faithfully and steadily: Ihe
first bottle giving liim an appetite, and before
the second was taken he was a sound man. with
u stomach callable et digesting anything which
he chose te eat. He stil! keeps it and uses a lit
tle occasionally; and since he has this medi
cine he has been of very little pecuniary bene
lit te Ihe doctor. A PliACTlsiae Puvsiciak,
H. E. SLAYMAKER,
llcigart's Old Wine Stere,
Established in 1785,
importer and dkalku in
FIXE OLD BRANDIES, SHERRIES, SUPE
RIOR OLD MADEIRA, (Imported in ISIS,
1S27 and 1828.) CHAMPAGNES O
EVERY BRAND, SCOTCH ALE
PORTER. BROWX STOUT.
Ne. lii) EAST KING ST.. LANCASTER, PA
INSTATE OF HUGH CORCORAN, LATE
li of Lancaster city, deceased. Letters of"
administration en said estate having been
granted te the undersigned, all person indebt
ed nicrcie arc requested 10 inauc liniucoiaie
payment, and these having claims or demands
against the same will present them without
delay ler settlement te Hie undersigned, re
siding in Lancaster.
MICHAEL P.. CORCORAN.
J. W. Swift, Attorney.
ll of lain
OF JACOB STACIKER, LATE
ncaster city, deceased. Letters et
administration en said estate liavim; been
granted te the undersigned, nil persons indebt
ed thereto requested te make immediate pay
ment, and these having claims or tIuutunM
against the same will prescpt them without
delay for settlement te the unilerbWiied.
DAVID McX. STAIJFFER.
or te Administrator.
A. C. Rkinekhl, Att'y. jc.'iiitdeaw
J.XSTATE OF MAKVMUI.VA.NV, LATE OF
J Hie city of Lancaster, deceased. Letters
of administration en said estate having been
granted te the undersigned, ail persons in
debted thereto are requested te make immedi
ate payment, and these having claims or de
mand against the same will present them
Without delay for settlement te the undersign
ed, residing In the city of Lancaster.
.j.xu. a. cut i-r.,
INSTATE OF JAMES IIOIIAN, LATE OF
l the Cily et Lancaster, deceased. Letters
testamentary en said estate having been
granted te the undersigned, all persons in
debteil te said decedent are requested te make
immcdiatcsettlcmcnt,uud these liax'ing claims
or demands against the estate et said decedent
te make known the same without delay te the
MARY BOH. X.
ESTATE OK ANNA M. WE1DLEU,
late of the City of Lancaster, deceased.
Letters et administration en said estate hav
ing been sruntcd te the unilersiirncd. till per
sons indebted te said decedent lire requested
te make immediate settlement, and these hav
ing claims or demands against the same, will
present them wKhetit delay for settlement te
tlie under.slgded, residing In Lancaster City.
MRS. K. E. PATTERSON,
J. W. F. Swift. Administratrix.
TSTATK OF LOKENZ SCHILLING, LATE.
JUJ of Lancaster eit. Pa., deceased. Letters
et administration, with the will annexed, en
said estate having been granted te the under
signed, all person indebted te said decedent
are requested te make immediate settlement,
ami these having claims or demands against
the estate of said decedent te make known the
same te the undersigned without delay, resid
ing in Lancaster city.
ROSE RAPP, Administratrix,
B, F. Davis, Attorney. my37-0tdeaw
INSTATE OF JAMES W. BHEY, LATE
It of Lancaster City, deceased. Letters of ad
ministration en said estate having been grant
ed te the undersigned, all persons indebted
thereto arc requested te make immediate pay
ment, and these having claims or demands
against tne same win present them without oe ee
lay for settlement te the undersigned, or her
attorney, J. L. Steinmctz.
J. L. Steinmktr. Att'v. iu27-i;tileaw
INSTATE OF ANN McCOKT, LATE OF
Zl Lancaster city, deceased. Letters testa
mentary en said estate having been granted
te the undersigned, all persons indebted te
said decedent are requested te make immedi
ate settlement, and tiiese having claims or de
mands against the estate et said decedent, te
make known the same te the undersigned
without delay, residing in Lancaster city.
REV. A. F. KAUL,
ESTATE OF FRANCIS X. SUTEK, LATE
of Lancaster city, deceased. Letters tes
tamentary en said estate having been granted
te the undersiirned. all nersensTndebted there
te are requested te make immediate payment,
and these having claims or demands against
the same will present them without delay ler
settlement te the undersigned, residing in
Lancaster city, Pa. KOSA SUTER,
II. F. Davis, Att'y. Executrix.
Philadelphia, June 28. Fleur fresh firm
old stock dull and weak : superfine 250:J; ex
tra at $:Jg: 50: Ohie and Indiana family at $5 iki
5.-i0: Penn'a tamily 4 7."5 : St. Leuis
family 5 50rt 00; de eld,$22S4 75 ; Minnesota,
family 4 M."iinl ; patent and nigh grades $C, se
Rye flour at $4 25.
Cornmeal Urandy wine unchanged.
Wheat quiet ; Ne. 2 Western Red $1 111;
Penn'a Red $1 13 1 lfi; Amber $1 HI.
Cern steady ; steamer 4s)c; yellow 3131ie;
Oats dull and weak : Xe. 1, WhiteSilc; Xe.
2. ile.Wc; Ne. , de .ij.i(;e ; Ne. '., Mixeil 33
Rye steady ; Western and Pa. 8Se.
Previsions steady; miss perk at $12 7.2i:i;
beef hams $20 302l ; India mess beet ilii&UiM,
bacon, smoked shoulders 53-c ; salt 4i,5c;
smoked hams llI2c; pickled hams yluc.
Lard quiet : city kettle 7c : loose butch
ers GlU7v : i) rime steam $7 13J?!7 20.
lliillur steady ; Creamery extra, 202Ic ; de
geed te choice 1820c: Bradford county
and Xew Yerk extra. 18l"Jc ; Western Re
serve extra, 15l7e ; de geed te choice 1214e ;
Rolls dull; Penn'a extra 1U12; Western re
serve extra leg 12c.
Eggs dull and weak; Penn'a 13U14c;
Cheese dull and unsettled; New Yerk full
cream 88e: Western tull cream, 7e; de
fair te geed 77c: de half skims 3t;c."
Petroleum firm; reltned'J'cJc.
Seeds' Geed te prime Timethy neglected
at $2 732 '.HI : Flaxseed nominal at 1 -23 for
New Yerk. Market.
Nkw Yerk. June 28. Fleur State and West
ern superfine slate $3 003 83 ; extra de $.'! ;.'
4II; choice, de., $4 034 33; fancy
$3 030 IK): round hoop Ohie $4 003 00:
choice de $3 10f23; superfine western ISSbii
123: common te geed extra de $3 734 40 ;
choice dodo $4. 107 00; choice white wheat de
$1 i.Vj3 00; Southern dull and unchanged : com
mon te fair extra $35i;0; geed te choice de
$3 (iijt! 73.
Wheat Spring nominal ; Winter white a
shade stronger; Red, cash and June heavy :
el her grades better and quiet ; Xe. 1, White,
June, $1 13; de Red, July $112; de August
$1 08 ; de J line $1 20' bid ; $1 20JJ asked.
Cern about s eady and very quiet , Mixed
western spot, 4'JfiiiOe: de future 4'J30c.
Oats .steady ; Xe. 2 July 34c ; state 33:;ie ;
12:30 p. m.
3:00 v. M.
I'ennaU's (third issue) 108
Philadelphia ,t Eric 14
Pennsylvania . 34
Lehigh Valley. 30
United Ces. of X.J 13i
Neitliern Paeitie 28
Northern Central ai:J
Lehigh Navigation 2H,'H
Norrislew n .'. 102
Central Transportation Te. 48
Pitts,, Titiuvifle & Rutlale. 14'i
Little .Schuylkill 44
N. Y. Central l'.ll-
Adams r.xpress ll."
Michigan Central !3
Michigan Southern leS;j;
Illinois Central WV4
Cleveland tc Pittsburgh 117
Chicago & Reck Island lOSi
Pittsburgh & Fert Wayne.. i20
Western Union Tel. Ce 103"'$
Teledo & Wabash SS
New Jersey Central m
United States Bends and Sterling Kxclnm - .
(Quotations by B. K. Jamisen A Ce., S. W.
Cor. 3d and Chestnut Streets).
PniLAnKLi'iiiA. June 28
United States li's, 1S81, (registered). .101
United States .Ys, 1SS1, (registered).. loSMffile:!
United States 4's, 1SI1, (registered)!!!!!.!!) 00
United States 4's,lS01, (coupons).. .li!l-t,Si0 (Ml
United States 4's, 1!W7. (registered). .loS'JieSyf
United States Currency (i's 123 bid.
Sterling Exchange 4s3'iJg4SS
PiiiLAma.i'iilA, June 28. Cattle unsteady ;
receipts 3.000 head. Prime 5"''(f37sC ; geed 3'
."V(e; medium 4J's-'e; commeu'l'TglJc.
.sheep market fair: receipts 8,000 head.
Prime rfg3Vc: geed 4J-.4e; medium 4$
PXe: common wyM'S-yic.
Hogs Market "dull : receipts 3,(iM head1
Prime c; geed lijc ; medium lyc; common
The Bleed is the Life!
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the cure et
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A Special Medical NeticeJ
DR. 0. A. GREENE
takes t Iii f method of notifying his numerous
patients and friends that in consequence of
his arduous duties (occupying his time elten
fifteen hours of the day) he will take a brief
vacation te recuperate his body. He will leave
Lancaster en the ilth ef.lUN,und will be ab
sent probably two weeks, during which time
his patients can procure renewals of his reme
dials at his ellices from the person in charge.
OVER 700 PERSONS
have enrolled their names en his book as
patients during his five months practice in
Lancaster. Seme 00 have taken his CURE
QUICK for Catarrh whose names are net
booked. Only two iiersens have tiled who lutve
entered his efticcs, and te betli et them he ex
pressly stated liis) inability te cure them.
a-l)ue notice el return will be made.
DR. C. A. GREENE,
Ne. 23G NORTH QUEEN STREET.
MONDAY EVENING, JUNE 28, 1880.
"Washington, June 28. Fer the Middle
Atlantic states, partly cloudy weather,
with frequent rain, winds mostly station
ary, lower temperature, generally clear
weather and lower barometer.
Copying the Repert et the West Point In
quiryThe Government en Wheuls.
Washington, June 28. The report anil
recommendation of the judge advocate gen
eral in the Whittaker case are new being
copied preparatory te submission te the
secretary of war. The secretary said this
morning that the document will be very
voluminous and will probably net be com
pleted until after his return from the West,
which will be about ten days or two
weeks hence. The secretary expects te
leave for St. Paul te-morrow morning.
Secretary Thompson and party expect
te leave Washington en Thursday next
for Terre Haute, Inil.
Owing te the absence of Ilaycs there
will be no meeting of the cabinet te mor
row. Secretary Sherman has returned from
Virginia and was at the department tj
day. INCENDIARY ATTEMPT.
Judge Lynch Holds Special Sessions.
Denver, Cel., June 2S. A. special dis
patch te the Republican from Ihicna Vista
says that en Saturday night an incendiary
attempted te burn the Lake house, but.
was caught in the act and chased by a
mob xthe tired several shots, fatally
wounding an unknown man and severely
wounding Calvin Moen and. I. A. Matthews,
The crowd also attacked Judge Casey,
but he escaped. Their intention was te
murder him. A short time -age a petition
signed by citizens caused the dismissal by
Judge Casey of some members of the po
lice force. This xvas the cause of the at
tack en him. Mere violence is likely te
A Itig Less.
Uipex, Wis.. June 28. Dellinger's ex
tensive flouring mills which cost S-te.000 te
build, were destroyed by fire en Saturday
Dangerous Hitching 1'est.
Carp Ontario, June 28. Yesteiday a
boy named Sprenle was killed by lightning
while tying a horse te a telegraph pole.
New Yerk, June 28. The steamship
Geerge W. Clyde, which arrived from
Charlestown en Saturday, took fire this
morning, but the lire was extinguished in
an hour ami the less will net be heavy.
Sunday Night Rew in Philadelphia.
Philadelphia, June 28. About three
o'clock this morning, Benjamin Shaw Shaw
cress, a tailor living en Ninth street, above
Filheit, was found lying en Ninth street,
near his home, mortally wounded. Several
witnesses saw Shawcress and Kilward
AIcGevcrn engaged in an altercation. The'
former fell and died while being carried
into his house. lie had been stabbed thiec
times in the side. McGevern was arrcstid
and a bloody knife was found in his pock
et. He says he was sitting 011 a step when
Shawcress struck him, and that he only
defended himself. lie was the worse for
liquor at the time. lie is the en of Ed
xvard McGovern, a china dealer en Mar
ket street, near Ninth.
A Meeting in l'lnluiielpliia.
About fifty delegates from all parts e
the United States, representing the Irish
revolutionary convention, assseinbled in
Philadelphia this morning. A tem
porary organization of the convention was
Directed by placing Judge lireniian.ol'Iewa,
in the chair. Judge Iiruiiuau made a
speech defining the object of the conven
tion te be te devise means for liberating
the Irish people. Committees were ap
pointed and an adjournment had until
o'clock p. in.
1'ATHl.K AND SON.
)i owned in 1111 Kfl'ert of Hie Fermer te
Save Ills Chilli.
Kingsten, Out., June 28. Last even
ing, C. Ilccker, of the firm of i. M.
"Weber & Ce., piano makers, of thi ; city,
was .drowned at Kingsten mill while
trying te save his little son.
Mr. Meeker's son was out bath
ing, a line being out of the beat for him
te keep held of, but he let go and was in
danger of drowning, when his father,
jumping out of the beat te lescue him,
caused it te capsize. They both struggled
in the water trying te make for the
shore, but the weight of the boy was tee
great and both were drowned.
A SUNDAY FKACAS.
Man Killed in a Deer Garden.
St. Pa pl, June 28. A special te llic
Pioneer Press says : " During a fight be
tween two men in a beer garden at Fisch
ers' Creek, near Duluth, en Sunday even
ing, a man named Ed. Brenan attempted
te separate the combatants, when one of
the latter, Herman Oppet, struck I'renan
behind the left ear with a leaded cane,
killing him instantly. Oppet escaped,
A HAD CROUD.
Sydney, X. S., June 28. The Kelly
gang of "J'uslirangers" has been cap
tured. Pour persons were shot in the en
counter between the officers and the gang.
This gang is notorious for bank-robbing in
Xew AVales, and long evaded the efforts
of the authorities te break it up.
Spinners and Winners Strike.
Londen, June 28. The master cotton
spinneis of Mossley bave refused te grant
an advance of five per cent, in the wages
of spinners and winders, who have conse
quently struck, and from seven te eight
thousand persons are out of employment.
Call for Meeting of the Democratic Congres
Washington, June 28. The chairman
of the congressional Democratic campaign
committee has issued a call for a meeting
of the committee at 12 o'clock neon, July
12th, at the Heffman-house, in New Yerk
Mrs. Suiratt's Sen-in-Law Nails n Lie.
Baltimore, June 28. An interview
with Mrs. Tenry, formerly Miss Anna
Surratt, having been fabricated here and
sent te the Philadelphia Press, Xew Yerk
Tribune and Cincinnati Commercial, te in
jure General Ilauceck, Prof. Tenry, 3rs.
Suiratt's sen-iu-law is out in a card te day
in which he says, ever his own signature :
"That article was net authorized, indors
ed, or given for publication by my wife or
myself. Mr. E. P. Fulton, of theBaltJ:
mere American, called at our house lait
Thursday p. 111. Mrs. Tenry refused te
give him any statement for publication,
and referred him te me. Later the same
day 3Ir. Fulton called again, when I also
refused te give him any statement for
publication. Mr. Fulton called a third
time, the next day, and was a third
time refused any item or statement
for publication. I did net talk te
him "thus unreservedly en the question,"
as is asserted in the article ; quite the con
trary. Mr. Fulton has had but these three
interviews with either my wife or myself
in which this subject was ever mentioned.
It is net true that I said, I rely upon you
te report us correctly. ' What I did say te
Mr. Fulton was : " I wish you distinctly
te understand that you have no right and
are net authorized te publish anything,
one way or the ether, except what I give
you ever my own signature."
Hail Werk Caused by
11 Can et Vai-
Nkw Yerk, June 28. 15y the explosion
of a can of varnish at Ne. iJ!) (.old street,
te-day, two workmen, James Yerkes and
Moses Ackermaii, were terribly burned ;
the former fatally. Kdward Hampton
loses $5,01)0 011 stock of grates, iire brick,
ifcc, and the building, owned by llelmau
& Tate, is damaged $:,0(K) ; all insured.
A ltaecalanrate Sermon en Atheism.
President Perter delivered the bacca
laureate sermon te the graduating class at
Yale college, the text being : " Having no
hope and without l!ed in the world." In
the course of his remarks the president
said : "In all times igner..:..3 of tied has
been commonly regarded as a calamity or
a sin. In our day it has taken a new form.
Ignorance has been taught as a necessity
of reason. The unknowablenessefGod has
been formulated as a philosophy, taught
as theology, and haWewcd as a leligien.
Without Ged there is no well-grounded
hope for science. Our newly-Hedged ag
nostics are apt te forget that all modern
science lias been prosecuted in the bread
and penetrating sunlight of faith in one
living ami personal G'ed, and that net a
single theory has been proposed or ex
periment tried in nature except with the
distinct recognition of the fact that a
wise ami loving mind may upheld ami
direct the goings 011 of nature. These
simple teachings of Christian theism
are capable of being expanded into
the grandest conceptions that science ever
attempted te formulate. Se grand that
human reason is overwhelmed with this
sublime relationship, and the human im
agination is dazed te blindness when it
would picture them. That science must
have faith and hope appeals, whether we
consider it as an interpreter, a historian or
a prophet. It docs net step with facts ; it
leeks beneath the visible. Having gained
some insight into the present, it gees back
te the past. It is also a prophet,
believing that ' the interpretation if
the present and solution of the pttsb
will he surpassed by its discoveries, which
are te be that nature and man shall con
tinue as heretofore, obeying the same laws
as from the beginning. This hope rests
upon the lecognitien el'a personal intelli
gence. The assertion that He cannot be
known takes from science its hope, with
drawing from the universe the illumina
tion of personal leasen and personal
love, which all seieutilie thinking
accepts as possible and rational.
Belief in Ged is the only condi
tion of hope in the advancement of pub
lic and seeial morality, and ceusciueiitly
in social stability and progress. Tin: uni
verse in which we live icprcscuts two
factors the physical and moral. Beth of
these are manifested in social phenomena.
If Ged is required as the ground of our
hope in nature and physical science, and
also in the sphere of morals, hew much
mere in the sphere in which nature and
spirit meet together."
lusticetn Mr. Tilden
Let the Democrats of the nation say what
they please, they ewe a great deal te Mr.
Tilden. He lelievcd them el" their greatest
difficulty by taking his name fiem the list
of candidates before the Cincinnati conven
tion. By his self-abnegation he opened
the way te haimeny in the paity. Had he
determined te contest tin: nomination, the
light at Cincinnati between the two
factions would have been mere bitter
than that at Chicago between
the supporters and opponents of Gen.
Grant. A defeat of Mr. Tilden for the
nomination, had he insisted upon it, would
have assured the defeat of of the Democ
racy in New Yerk. Even Jehn Kelly, with
all his hatred of Tilden. said that 110 Dem
ocrat could carry New Yerk without the
hitter's suppeit. By declining te enter
the lists for the nomination Tilden gave
his party harmony and unity instead el
division and bitterness. He held, in fact,
the destiny of his party, as far as any pros
pects of success in this canvass wcie eon een
ccined. He had friends, as delegates in
the convention, who were ready and will
ing te fight for him te this bitter end had
he but said the word.
AVhat Mr. .lewett Think.
New Yerk Tribune
As the friends of Hugh J. Jewett. presi
dent of Erie, had attempted te work up a
Jewett " boom" before the Cinciiiuiti con
vention, it was thought that, his views en
the results of the convention would be
of much interest. After six unsuccessful
calls in search of Mr. Jewett a Tribune re
porter found him en Friday at his house,
Xe. Oramercy Park. Mr. Jewett re
ceived the lepertir with impressive dijr-
nity. The conversation was as fellows :
'I have called, sir, te ask your opinion
with regard te the Cincinnati nomina
tion." "Well, sir," replied Mr. Jewett, "I
consider it a most favorable choice. Han
cock's record is a pure one, and he is very
popular. I de net suppose, however, that
he entertained the slightest idea of receiv
ing the nomination."
' Will he carry Indiana ?"
" I think se, undoubtedly."
" Hew about New Yerk?"
"That will surely be his."
" What majority would you give him in
" I am unable te estimate that."
" Will he carry his own state '.'"
"Of a certainty; also several states
which usually fellow Pennsylvania s lead.
The solid Seuth is likewise his. "
" What de you consider his chances in
"They arc very geed; though, of
course, Garfield has a strong held theie,
it being his own state. "
"Are you peisenally acquainted with
"I am, sir ; and he is a learned scholar
and will make a most excellent presiding
officer in the Senate. The names of Han
cock and English present a remarkably