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LAKCAsTER BAlii' iKiJEXLlGEKOER. WEDNESDAY JUNE 30, 1880.
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the disowning of wm. c. shenck.
The Victim's Companions Diacliargwl Frum
Yesterday afternoon Edw. Teemer and
James Pruitt, who were in company with
W. C. Shenck when he fell or was pushed
overboard and drowned at Kidgway park
en Monday .night, were before Magistrate
Smith, Philadelphia. Jehn II. Fex, 1602
Lawrence street, testified that he saw
the men pushing one another around near
the wharf. He did net sec Teemer push
Shenck into the water 1 he magistrate
called ether witnesses, but as they did net
respond, he called the prisoners. Pruitt
said he had nothing te say, except that it
was an accident. He heard somebody say
"Dec's overboard !" and Teemer went in
Teemer said he did net knew much about
it. He ncard somebody cry out, " Dec's
in the water !"' and he saw him fall and
jumped in te rescue him. Hew Shenck
get m he did net knew. They had all
been drinking a little. When asked about
pushing Shenck into the water Teemer
said he was a lively little fellow, and pos pes
bly get into the water himself.
Charles Ilicc, cr 802 North Thirty sev
enth street, who said he was sitting en the
end of the deck, observed Teemer and
Shenck skylarking. The latter slipped
aiiid fell overboard and Teemer dived after
fiim. The witness did net see Teemer
The magistrate said he could net sec
anything requiring him te held the defend
ants, and therefore discharged them. It
was a sad affair and an accidental one, he
supposed, A paity of printers imme
diately surrounded and congratulated their
comrades. The discharge does net inter
fere with any steps the deputy coroner
may take at the inquest.
Try Leclier's Renowned Cough Syrup
J Hi HOODS.
Many ladles misinterpret their sutterings.
Try a box of "Sellers' Liver Pills." Sold by
bei't, poverty and suffering haunted me for
years, caused by a sick family and large bills
for doctoring which did no geed. I was com
pletely .discouraged, until one year age, by
the advice of my pastor, I procured Hep Bit
ters and commenced their use, and In one
month we were all well, and none of us have
been sick a day since ; and 1 want te say te all
peer men, you can keep your tamilles well a
year witli Hep Hitters for less than one doc
ter's visit will cost. A Workingman.
iMrcitE IJloeu, General Debility, Scrofula,
Erysipelas Pimples, Carbuncles, Unhealing
Serei, and ether diseases demanding a treat
ment essentially Tonic, Absorbent, Alterative,
Bleed Cleansing, Bleed Making, and Health
Restoring, yield readily te that most perfect
and elegant et medicinal preparations. Dr.
Browning's Tonic and Alterative. Price 50
cents and II. Fer sale by the Proprietor, W.
Champien Browning, M. I).. 1117 Arch street,
Philadelphia, and all Druggists anil Dealers in
Try Lecliei's Renowned Cough Syrup.
Statistics prove that twenty-live percent,
of the deaths in our larger cities an; caused by
consumption, and when we reflect that this
terrible disease in its worst stage will yield te
a bottle of Leclier's R newned Cough Syrup,
sh'ill we condemn the sufferers ter their negl!
gence, or pity them ler their ignorance? Ne
9 Kast King street.
Frem JULY 3 until furthef notice we will close our store at 7 o'clock p. m. except Saturdays. We trust that our
friends and customers will use every effort is assisting us se te de by making their purchases prier te that hour
Our employees and ourselves need some little .recieatien during the het summer evenings and the only way "we can
get it is by closing a couple of hours earlier than our regular time.
We shall during the day up te 7 o'clock in the evening offer great bargains in
STJN UMBRELLAS AM PARASOLS,
FANS, SPRING AND SUMMER DRESS GOODS, SUMMER SILKS, and Bargains in many ether departments
EST Please give us a call. r
GIVLEK, BO WEES & HUEST,
25 East King Street, Lancaster, Pa.
WEDNESDAYEVENTNQ, JUNE 30, 1880.
Washington, June 30. Fer the Mid
dle Atlantic states, partly cloudy weather,
occasional rains, winds mostly westerly.
stationary or lower temperature, generally
CHAKOED WITH POISONING.
NEW AD VEltTISESIENTS.
J. Insure your Creps against less or damage
by hall at BAL'SjM AN & RURNS'S
Insurance Office, 10 West Orange Street.
Try Leclier's Renowned Cough Syrup.
Last evening, at St. Mary's church, in
the presence of a large congregation, Mr.
Wm. V. Cenner and Miss Mary Quinn
weie united in the holy bends of matri
mony by Rev. Father Hickey, pastor. The
bride looked charming in a hand
some blue silk, and was attended
by her sister, Miss Rese Quinn,
while ihe groom's brother, Mr. Andrew
Cenner, efliciated as " best man." After
the ceremony the bridal party were driven
te the residence of the bride's parents,
where a reception was held and refresh
ments serve !. Many handsome gifts were
presented te the happy couple, who lefl at
2:10 this meriiiiir en a wedding tour te
New Yerk and ether points. They have
the well wishes of hosts of friends in their
voyage of life.
An Old .Man Kestered te Health.
RataVIA, N. V., Sept. 15, 1879.
II. II. Waknkii & Ce., RecnESTEn, N. Y. Uejt
tlemkx " Fer forty years I have suffered with
Diabetes, being obliged te void urine as etten
as once in thirty minutes, ami have also been
a great sufferer from palpitation et the heart.
I am new using your Diabetes Cure, and can
truly say, at seventy years of age, that it
makes me teel liken new man."
icl.V-Iwd&W l'ETEIt SlIOWEP.MAJf.
"Since taking 'Dr. LiiuNeyS ISloed Search
er' that old sere of mine is entirely cured."
sold by all druggists.
Try Leclier's Renowned Cough Syrup.
tirniliinted lit Xetre Dump and I.alayette.
Antheny Uuigcr, a resident of this city,
has returned from Notre Dame, Indiana,
where lie took a successful course anil
graduated with the highest houeis with
the title of M. S. Mr. Burger is a nephew
of Rev. Father Kaul, of St. Antheny's
Mr. Frank Eshleman Bachman, of Stras
burg, this county, was one of the graduates
of Lafayette college, Easten, the subject
of his thesis being "The Determination of
Sulphur in Sulphides and in Ceal."
This morning a committee of the Friend
ship association, which is composed of
the Friendship fire company, Ne. 2, left
tlrscity for Ha t nan's island, in the Sus
quehanna. They took with them an entire
-camping outfit and they will make all ar
rangements for the remaining members of
the association, who will leave te-night
for the island. They expect te be gene
until Saturday night and will spend the
time fishing and otherwise enjoying them
.Mothers! .Mothers!! .Mothers!!!
Are you disturbed at night and broken et
your rest by a siek child fullering and crying
with the excruciating pain of cutting teeth?
It se. go at enee and get a het tie of MRS. WINS
LOW'S SOOTHING SYRUP. It will relieve the
peer little sufferer Immediately depend upon
it ; there is no mistake about it. '1 here is neta
mother en earth who has ever used it, who will
net tell you at once that it will regulate the
bowels, and give rest te the mother, and relief
and health te the child, operating like magic.
It is perfectly safe te use in all cases, and pleas
ant te the taste, and is the prescription et one
et til" eldest and best female physicians and
nurses in the United States, held everywhere
i'i cents a bottle. fjl7-lyd& wM, WAS
A rewaid of flftv dollars will be imid
1' information that will convict the parties
who yesterday poisoned the two dogs " Prince"
and "Rye," belonging te the undersigned,
H. II. POWER,
ltd City Hetel, Lancaster, Pa.
Ne. W5 North Queen Mrwt for the
and Rest ROOTS AND SHOES.
103 Sign of the Iliif Shee. 10
Try Leclier's Ucnewncd Cough Syrup.
Grape Culture huh Wine.
The culture of grapes in New Jersey is get
ting te be one of the most important indus
tries of the state. The principal varieties
raised are the Oporto and Concord. Mr.Speer's
vineyards at Passaic premise a larger yield
this than any previous year. In consequence
Mr. Speer has reduced the price of his Pert
Grape Wine. The eldest can new be had at $1
per bottle irein anyet the druggists. It is used
ler medicinal purposes as a superior wine, and
in churches for conimi'uien purposes. Its
properties are net intoxicating se that the
weakest person may use it te advantage, and
tempurance people cannot object te its use ter
medicine. Evening Jiulletin.
Tills wine is endorsed by Drs. Atlee and
Davis, and sold by II. E, Slaymaker.
The front axle of one of RusscI & Shul
mycr's coal wagons broke en Seuth Queen
-street near Vine last evening about e
o'clock. The wagon had three tens of coal
en at the time, and it was transferred te
another wagon and the broken wagon
taken te the shop for repairs.
Yesterday Jacob L. Perter, Hairy N.
Hewell. William Wclchans and Harry II.
Heiiscl, of this city, spent the day fishing
at Columbia. They caught sixty-four rock
lish, besides several bass and a number of
DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKKT.
FOR SUPltCME JUIXIE.
FOR AUDITOR OENEItAL.
ROREUT P. DECUEUT.
DKMOCKATIC COUNTY TICKKT.
.!. L. STEIXMETZ.
FOR DISTRICT ATTOIIMIV.
FOR SENATOR (13th DISTRICT.)
FOR ASSEMBLY' (2d DISTRICT.)
S. C. STEVENSON.
S. P. SHIRK.
FOR ASSEMIILY (3d DISTRICT.;
R. DAVIS YUNDT,
JACOR M. HAKNLEN.
FOR PRISON INSPECTORS.
RARTOX M. WINTER
FOR FOOR IllllCCtOllS.
A. J. SNYDER,
SCHOOL. TAX, 1880.
The duplicate is In the hands el the Treas
urer. 5 per cent, off for premt payment.
WM. O. MARSHALL, 'Ireasurer.
Ne. 12 Centre Square.
Ofllce hours from 9 a. m. te 4 p. m.
IK A VK VOUK ORDERS FOR SPICEU
j Oysters. Live Lebster and Deviled Crabs
ter July!. Fresh Cern, Tomatoes, Pine Ap
ples, and a full line of Fresh Vegetables every
day, at KCKERT'S,
JeL0-2tdW&FR 129 East Kin- Street.
layer's Union will be held this (Wednesday)
evening at William Relim's Saleen, West King
street, at 8 o'clock sharp.
Ry order of
ltd G. W. MARION, President.
OX FRIDAY, JULY 2d. will be sold at
public sale, at Xe. 204 Seuth Lime Street, the
entire let of Household and Kitchen Furni
ture. Sale at 1 o'clock.
Frem July 1 te September 1, 1880,
Sat unlays excepted,
at i p. m.
our store will be closed
B. F. BOWMAN,
106 EAST KING STREET.
Il.xGER & BROTHER will offer for sale in the Wuraroeui in rear efthclr store en
FRIDAY, JULY 2, 1880,
Goods partially damaged by water during the tire en their premises en Saturday last.
Carpets, Matting3, Oil Cleths, Wall Papers, Queens
ware, Table Linens, Muslins and Sheetings,
Woolen Goods and Clothing, &c.
All et which will be marked at such a low price as will Insure the sale of the entire let.
uoeus in main storeroom were net damaged. Jlu-lncss there will go en as usual.
HAGER & BROTHER,
NO. 25 WEST KING STREET.
The Terrible Crime Alleged Against a Lady
Chicago, June 30. A Milwaukee dis
patch says : "Mrs. Mary Vankirk was ar
rested here yesterday, charged with hav
ing poisoned her stepmother, Mrs. Mary
Leahy, and her half-brother, Patrick
Leahy. Beth died very suddenly.
The former died en March 30th and the
latter about three weeks ase. A few days
age Patrick Leahy's hotly was disinterred
and his stomach submitted te a chem
ist for analysis, the result el" which
led te Mrs. Vankirk's arrest. The
theory is that she committed the
poisoning for the sake of some prep
erty which would fall
death of the deceased.
it" this last in a tone of high dudgeon.
" The idea !" echoed Mrs. Fred., and peer
Daggett get out of the room as speedily as
possible. Just then a Southern gentleman
of color named Quarles, who has been
United States consul at Malaga, and who
had been at work for Sherman appeared,
and was welcomed by Grant, who knew
mm. nut colonel r'red spied him, and at
once cried eut: 'Pep, that man voted
against you iu the convention ou every
ballet, ' at the same time pointing indig
nantly at the peer colored brother, who,
however, was equal te the occasion, and
replied, with dignity, 'Yeu are mistaken.
Colonel Grant, for I was net a memlier of
the convention.' "
HENDRICKS UN HANCOCK.
te her en the
in the community, and her
' terribly incensed at what
they declare an outrageous suspicion and
SaiNKW YORK SEWS.
Believing that by earlier closing during-the warmest -weather
we will afford pleasure and recreation te our employees, and
that our patrons will suffer no inconvenience therefrem, we
announce that from the First Day of July te the First Day of
September our store will be closed at 6 o'clock p. m. daily,
except Saturdays at 9 o'clock.
H. Z. RHOADS & BRO., Jewelers,
Ne. 4 "West King Street.
Searching fur the Seawanhaka' Victims.
New Yerk, June 30. Up te neon to
day no mete bodies have been received
at the morgue from the Seawanhaka
Departure or Kiln In Koetli Mr. Tilde
Among These Present
Edwin Beeth was given a hearty send off
te-day en his departure for Europe en the
steamer Gallia. The steamer Grand lie
public, with friends and members of the
dramatic profession, accompanied the Gal
lia te the light-ship. Ex-Gov. Tilden was
among these en beard the steamship pre
vious te her leaving the deck.
Run Down ami Drowned.
A small beat containing Henry and
Charles Links, was run down ami sunk
last night en the North river by an un
known tug. Charles was drowned, but
his brother was saved.
THK EPIDEMIC Of DISASTER.
Jeweler, 20 East King Street,
Will close his store at i; p. in., Saturdays ex
JULY 1 TO SEPTEMBER 1, 1880.
INSTATE OF MICHAEL M ALONE, LATE
L of Lancaster city, deceased. Letters tes
tamentary en said estate having been grunted
te the undersigned, all persons indebted there there
te are rei nested te make immediate payment,
and tlie-e having claims or demands against
i the same will present them without delay ler
settlement te the undersigned, residing in
1 Lancaster city.
COL. EDWARD McGOVERX,
: W. L. PEIPER,
; J. M.RURKE,
f Gee. M. Kline, Att'y. Executers.
J .'STATE OF HUGH CORCORAN, LATE
A of Lancaster city, deceased. Letters of
administration en said estate having been
granted te the undersigned, all
, ed thereto are requested te make
payment, and these having claims
against the same will present them without
iieiay ier .settlement te the undersigned, re
siding in Lancaster.
MICHAEL R. CORCORAN.
J. W. Swiit, Attorney.
New Yerk AlarKet.
Nkw Yerk, June SO. Fleur State and
Western without important change: su
perfine state 1 00&3 85; extra de a 5
400; choice, de., $4 0Ti4 35: fancy
5 056 00: round hoop Ohie 4 0.- 00
choice de $510H25; superfine western SUM
4 i : common te geed extra de 3 7i4 40 :
choice dodo $4 507 00; choice white wheat de
4t)30!5 00; Southern dull and declining: eoni eeni eoni
men te fair extra 4 90330; geed te choice
11(1 TJ tJ'(U J.t,
Wheat bpring dull, nominal; Winter w
0?w i"w cr """ nieuerateiy active ; Ne
n line June ?l is ; Ne. 2, Ued June, $1 17 ;
July, $ll3imiliKnle AmiiiMt.MiiiTJ.
Anether Explosion In New Yerk City.
Nkw Yerk, June ;50. An explosion oc
curred about 10:45 this morning in the office
of the Dittmar cartridge company. Ne.
24 Park Place. Three employees were
slightly injured. The plate glass win
dows and also these of Ne. 22 were blown
te pieces. The cause of the explosion is
JliUDLKTOwx, N. Y., July ae. All in
cendiary fire at Liberty, Sullivan county,
early this morning.destreyed the dry goods
store of Sarles & Purvis, in which was
the hardware store of Jehn "Wales and the
the posteflice. Sarles & Purvis's less is
$18,000; insurance 10,000. The hard
ware store is damaged te the extent of
$4,000. insurance $3,300.
A METEOR EXPLOSION.
Cern Cil!h lirmer : nntiiHL slimli. inu.-..,. ....
Wrsmlsfndeb" $g&&1",Uirn P.ec; de """re
Jehnsen Eckkkt. .1 line 21, isse. at the par
sonage et the KiiM Reformed church, by Rev.
J. A. Peters, Charles Joluixeu te Miss Ella E.
Eckert, all et this city.
The cases arising from the fight which
occurred at the City hotel en Saturday
evening have been continued uutil Friday
afternoon, when they will be heard by
Mrsrri.AU Rheumatism yields te the
Ierlul influence of St. Jacob's Oil
Allen. On the 2!tth Inst., in Lititz. Catha
rine, wife of the late Jehn AUun,aged 7! years.
The relatives and friends of the family are
respectfully Invited te attend the funeral, en
Thursday afternoon, July l.t, at 2 o'clock,
from the residence of her brother, Barnes
Rioeni, Ne. ill West James street, Lancaster.
Philadelphia, June .10. Fleur dull
for fresh ground ; superfine $2 50:: ex
traat$3i23 50: Ohie and liiillmm t,i...ii-.. -. ..,
ESTATE OF MARY CRAMER, LATE OF 5 '$. ' J'""'"' family $4 035 00 : St. Leuis
WANTED. EVERYBODY TO ADVER.
Use, free et charge, in the Intklliukn
ckr, who wants something te de.
Strasburir. Lancaster emintv. fleiwiufil. laniiiy T5 .Wfef, 00 ; de old, $ 25i?84 75 : Minnesota
The undersigned Auditor, appointed te 1 1 is- Jaa"imy a"500 ' P!ltciu 'xl"1 "'" grades iG 73
mume me snare triven te uatliarlne Cramer. .-
TirANTED A SITUATION 11Y A COL.
T T ered woman te de general housework.
A pill v at Mrs.
Deens, Strawberry street, near
WANTED. A SITUATION BY A WIDOW
as housekeeper, either in the city or
country. Apply at this eflicc.
deceased, duriiur her life, in the est: He of sniil
Mary Cramer, deceased, te and among these
legally entitled te the same, will sit for that
purpese en TUESDAY, the 10th day i f
AUGUST, 180, at 10 o'clock a. in., in the
Library Roem el the Court Heuse, in the city
Lancaster, where all persons interested in said
distribution may attend.
CIIAS. R. KLINE,
'Minpaifjn poeds of all kinds can be had at
Williamson & Festci's at the lowest manu
facturer's prices. They close their store from
.1 uly ft te Sept. 1 at 7 p. m.. except Saturdays.
Fire Proof Safes.
Mr. Ktldie Kranke, our well known towns
man, has secured the agency for Merris jfc Ire
land's patent flre-proet safes. Since he has
taken the agency lie has met with geed suc
cess, having placed these sates In several of our
leading business houses. These in want of
sates will llnd It te their interest te consult
A Novelty In Lamps.
The Carcel Mechanical Lamp Is no novelty,
but Is such a desirable as -well as ingenious
piece of mechanism that It never becomes old eld old
lashlened. There is a revival in the demand
ler these lamps, and It lias been responded te
.by Ralley, Ranks A Riddle, iu the importation
of u large and tastefully finished let. These
lamps are very beautiful, some of their pillars
being et richly ornamented porcelain, while
ethers are of bronze and ether materials. Tliey
make fitting ornaments for the library, parlor
table or mantle, in homes el taste and re tin e
siient, and are especially suited ler wedding
-gifts te young persens beginning housekeep
ing. The light yielded by these lamps sur
passes iu mellowness and in steady freedom
Irem llickcring, evry ether light. The cost of
the lamps is net great and every one will be
found marked iu plain figures. Te examine
these lumps as well as the late novelties in de
corated porcelains and bronzes, is well worth
ji visit te Twelfth and Chestnut streets, Phila--dclphia.
Early Campaign Music.
"Ucn. Winfleli! S. Hancock's Cincinnati
sJraud March" isthctilleef a stirring musical
composition for the piano, by K. Mack, and
just Issued from the press of Messrs. Lee &
Walker. 1113 Chestnut street.Philadelphia. The
title page Is Illustrated with a portrait of Gen.
Hancock, and the composition will doubtless
achieve considerable popularity.
Holiireok. In this city, en June 2,
.sarah Rebecca Helbroek, wife el'the late
cus l). Helbroek, aged no years.
The relatives and friends of the family arc
rcspcctlully invited teatlendtheluncml Irem
her late evidence. Ne. 41! Kast King street, en
Thursday afternoon at 4 o'clock. Interment at
WANTED A GOOD COOK AT A FIRST
class hotel. Inquire el S. G. Gensemer's
liquor store, North Queen street, Lancaster.
SALESMAN WANTED IN A DRY GOODS
Story. Address "Dry Goods," Lancaster,
NE IV AD t'EJ! TJSEMENTS.
GEO. W. BROWN, AOT.,
Ne. 14C EAST KING STREET.
Residence 21 Seuth Prince Street.
I eral housework, reference required
GOOD GIRL FOR
quire at Ne. 30 Shlppen street.
KAGS! RAGS! RAGS! RAGS WANTED
Housekeepers take notice that we ate
paying 2 cents a pound for MIXED RAGS.
Cash paid as seen as delivered te
apriKJmd Ne. Z'A West King Street.
ESTATE OF JACOB STAUFFEH, LA'lti
or Lancaster city, deceased. Letters of
administration en said estate having been
granted te the undersigned, all persons indebt
ed thereto requested te make immediate pay
ment, uud these having claims or demands
against the same will present them without
delay ter settlement te the undersigned.
F. II. STAUFFER.
DAVID McN. STAUFFER,
or te Administrator.
A. C. Rei.neeiil, Att'y.1 Je3 Stdeaw
INSTATE OF FRANCIS X. SUTER, LATE
A of Lancaster city, deceased. Letters tes
tamentary en said estate having been granted
te the undersigned, all persons indebted there
to are requested te make immediate payment,
unci these having claims or demands against
the same will present them without delay ler
settlement te the undersigned, residing in
Lancaster city, Pa. ROSA SUTER,
R. t. Davis, Att'y. Executrix.
Rve flour at M 25.
Cornmeal Rrandy wine unchanged
Wheat quiet; Ne. 2 Western Ked 13 ;
Pcnn'aReil U5; Amber $1 13.
FkV"-!1?101" ; btwer -N"; yellewjlc; mix
Gate firmer ter Pritiig:Xe. 1, White3!lc: Ne.
2. de 38c; Ne. 3, de 35fe3(;c; Ne. ?, Mixed 34kf
Rye dull; Western and Pa. SigSCc.
1 lovisiens steady ; uitss perk al $12 7."itfB13:
LADIES AND GENTS
II you want a
GOOD FITTING BOOT OR SHOE,
Keady-niadc or made te order, call at
Ne. 105 North Queen Street.
Custom Werk a Specialty. je2JS&Wtfd
The famous mammoth three-deck Steamer
J late el the City of Lancaster.
OF ANNA M.
Letters el administration en
said estate hav
ing been granted te the unacrsigned. 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 underslgded, residing in Lancaster City.
w . MRS. E. E. PATTERSON,
J. . F. Swirr. Administratrix.
Ajara bicauy; city kettle 77c ; loose
hiiiehei.sOe; prime steam $7 057 10.
Rutter fairly active : Creamery extra. 21c :
de geed te choice 1920c; Rradferd county
llllfl Villi? ,.L- nv-. IOrQi,n.. . II. . .
.. .V..V4U jeiigivu ; western lie
serve extra, lb17c ; de geed te choice 1213c ;
Rolls dull; Penn'a extra 1012; Western re
serve extra 10 12c.
Eggs unsettled and dull; Penn'a 1313Kc;
n esiei u 1012c.
ehu'-'se.Iul, aml eak; New Yerk factory
8c"W-stern lull cream, 6'7c;de lair te
goon ejuc; de hair skims 5&5c.
Petroleum steady ; refined 9Jc.
Whisky $1 II. yt
Seeils Geed te prime Timethy dull at
$2 (.)3 00 : Flaxseed nominal at $1 2T):t ler
new ; Clever dull at $ 757 .TO.
Fall a 'Sheeting Star" In Georgia.
Macen, Ga., JuneiiO. At about twelve
o'clock last night a meteor as large as a
barrel, starting from the zenith, plunged
down the northeastern sky and ex
pleded near here with a report that
reverberated for thirty seconds and shook
the eaith even at this point. The meteor
was about live seconds in falliii'r. durinir
which time the citv was lit up as though
by a powerful electric light. Much excite
ment prevailed in the negre quarter, the
inhabitants rushed into their houses and
closed the doers, filling the air with
screams and prayers. The time between
the disappearance of the phenomenon, and
the report was about three minutes. This
would make the distance from Macen
about forty minutes.
Clese of the
Why the Great General Should and Will Ue
Frem Hendricks's Indianapolis Speech.
We have presented te us a ticket for our
consideration and our support. That ticket
was made last week at Cincinnati, and the
question is, shall it be elected. Cries of
"Yes, yes.'.' Of the result I say te you
te-night, 1 have no doubt that General
Winfield Scott Hancock and William H.
English will be elected. Applause.
Why, if I had a doubt before I could have
none new, when I see this vast crowd of
ladies and gentlemen here te attest their
appreciation of the strength and excellence
of that ticket. General Hancock is dis
tinguished in war as he is in peace. As a
warrior he was distinguished in Mexico ;
as a commander he was distinguished iu
the late war. Xe man stands above him
as a military chicftaiu, and when the war
was ever, and the administration sent him
down te New Orleans in command of Lou
isiana and Texas, he attested his qualifica
tions as a civil ruler.
Thinking men I dare say many of you
have thought that the contest for free elec
tions was made lirst at the extra session
of Congress last year. In thai you are mis
taken. The tight for free elections is mere
than a century old among English-speaking
people, but in the politics of this country
it is elder than the extra session. It is
found for the first time in Louisiana and
Texas, when General Hancock made the
contest for free election. Applause. In
his order issued in 1807 he declared the
military power in Texas and in Louisiana
should net all interfere with the elections,
and went further and directed that no sol
dier should approach the voting place un
less te exercise the lawful right te vote
himself (applause), and when any Repub
lican gentleman asks me why I support
Winfield S. Hauceck, Iw being a military
man, I say that in the civil government
that he maintained in Leuisiaifa and in
Texas he did assert these principles which
will preserve the liberty of this whole
My fellow-citizens, this election is a very
important one. Here in Indiana we a;-e
an October state, as it is called. Wc are
te vote first in October, Indiana and Ohie
also, and it is ei prime importance that
Indiana shall speak boldly, plainly, strong
ly in October, se that all the ether states
that are te fellow in November may knew
hew the freemen stand in this contest. We
have get te fight the battle first ; we have
get te meet the officers of this administra
tion. Under the pretence that it will net
allow its officers te interfere in political
affairs it does most corruptly I believe
mere corruptly than any administration
the country has ever known interfere
with all its office-holding army.
That army is new a hundred thousand
strong a hundred thousand partisans un
der pay. Already they have been called
upon te contribute their $6 apiece ; al
ready this order has gene forth te contrib
ute this enormous sum of money. When
it is known that the presidential election
docs turn or is te turn upon the pivotal
state Indiana, hew much of that money is
te come here te corrupt our free election '.
Oh ! I trust te you, men. Yeu have steed
up in the spirit of persecution when tliev
have prevented our civil and business re
lations because of your Democracy. Yeu
have steed when soldiers were here te
threaten and disturb you, and new. when
they send money te influence the election
in Indiana, I trust, with the greatest con
fidence, that we will maintain a pure elec
tion and the supremacy of the Democratic
Shortly after General Hauceck issued
these orders iu the name of popular liberty
they turned him out of command, and sup
plied his place with cemmaudcistliat would
serve their purpose better. They turned
him out of the command of Louisiana and
Texas because he was the stalwart cham
pion of popular rights, and the American
people will put him back because he is the
champion of popular rights. Applause.
NOW AND THEN.
San Francisce, June :0. The walking
match closed at 11 o'clock iast night, Scott
winning with ."503 miles te his credit ;
Reid, second, with 5500.
A new match was at once began, te con
tinue live days, the leading pedestrians in
the former match te remain en the track
and compete with a number of fresh con
testants, each of whom is handicapped 100
A SLEEPY JUROR.
I a nc 30.
1:00 i'. .m.
Shaving becomes an Indispensable
with Cuticura Shaving Seap.
When gazing in your lever's eves,
Hew seen his sense of rapture dies
If there's no sweetness in your breath :
It by your falling teeth be shown
That SOZODONT te yen's unknown.
And that your mouth is suffering death.
Nervous, sleepless and overworked people
3Ind rest and nourishment in Malt Bitters.
J. B. lartin & Ce.
Leaves Race Street Wharf at a. m., arriving
at Cape May about 12 p. m. Returning, leaves
Cape May at 3 o'clock p. m., givingample time
for bathing or a drive en the beach. A full
Rrass Rand and Orchestra Music for dancing.
Parler Entertainments varied wceklv. Lunch-
cons and Relreshments In abundance. Dln-
i ESTATE OF JAMES W. RUEY, LATE
j of Lancaster City, deceased. Letters of ad
ministration en said estate having been grant
ed te the undersigned, all persons indebted
thereto are requested te make immediate pay
ment, and these having claims or demands
against the same will present them without de
lay for settlement te the undersigned, or her
attorney, J. L. Steinmetz.
J. L. Stkikmbtr. Att'v. m27-iitleaw
ESTATE OF ANN McCORT. LATE OF
Lancaster citv. deceased. Letters testa
mentary en said estate having been granted
te the undersigned, all nersens indebted te
nnununnce. inn-, ...i.i .i....... .. ? , . r.v.
new and suppers pi eii1ed. Ojstereand Fish ate settlement, nnd tj.mnlmrin.mixini.r.r.in.
inanils against the estate et said decedent, te
served for supper a tew moments after taken
irem tile water.
ate settlement, and these having claims or de
make known the same te the undersiirned
Fare for the Sound Trip $ 1 .00.
without delay, residing in Lancaster city.
I REV. A. F. KAUL
Pcnna6s (third issue) 10S
Philadelphia & Erie eV,
Lehigh Valley. w?
United Ces. et N. J VAty,
Northern Pacific 27"
" Preferred v.w
Northern Central 32j2
Lehigh Navigation -n-C,
(Jentral Transportation Ce. 4!(li
Pitts., Titusvllle A Rutfale. uQ
Little Schuylkill 44
x , Nkw leitK .lime 30
N. V. Central 127
Adams Express 113
Michigan Central 91
M ichigan Southern 107
Illinois Central KfiU
Cleveland & Pittsburgh I17K
Chicago A Reck Island KXttd
Pittsburgh & Fert Wayne. i20
Western Union Tel. Ce !(
Teledo ft Wabash :;,&
New Jersey Centra'
Application for a New Trial en the Creund
that one of the Twelve wan Asleep.
Terente, Out., June 30. Application
for a new trial has been made in the case
of Geerge Bennett, alias Dickinsen, sen
tenced te death for the murder of Hen.
Geerge Brown. The application is sup"
ported by affidavits from several parties te
the effect that they had observed one of
the jurors asleep during trial.
DEATH OF A RACER.
United Stntes Itends and Sterling Excliitui-.
A $15,000 Herse Ilreak a Leg and llaa te
Ottawa, Ont., June '30. During a horse
race at Mulchmerc park, yesterday, Clif
ten, owned by Mr. Dawes, of Lachine, and
valued at $1,500, fell and broke her leg ;
she was subsequently shot.
Hanlan Still en the Sick List.
Terente, June 30. Hanlan is still suf-
lenng from catarrh, and has a low fever,
but was somewhat improved last night.
SUNDAYS Will leave Race Street Wharf
1 a. m.
P. S. A Bread Gauge Steam R. R. will con
vcy passengers te Cape Island iu 8 minutes.
Tickets for sale at
CHAS. H. BAKU'S,
e23-2uid&w CENTRE SQUARE.
Full Lines of Goods
Very Lew Prices.
in all iJcpartmcuts at
J. B. MARTIN & CO.
Ct RAIN SPECULATION I
J In large or small amounts. $23 or $20,000- I
Write W. T. SOULE & CO.. Commission Mer- '
chants, 130 La Salle street, Chicago, 111., for cir
ESTATE OF MARYMULVANY, LATE OF
the city of Lancaster, deceased. Letters
1 ofadministratienonsaul estate having been
granted te the undersigned, all persons in
I debtcd thereto are requested te make immedi
ate payment, and these having claims or de
I inands against the same will present tbem
without delay for settlement te the undersign
ed, residing In the city of Lancaster.
JNO. A. COYLE.
AltCUS O. SEUNEK.
Ne. 120 North Prince street
Prompt and particular attention paid te al
(.ration and repairs. slS-lyd
ESTATE OF LORENZ SCHILLING, LATE
of Lancaster city. 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,
aud these having claims or demands against
the estate or said decedent te make known the
same te the undersigned without delay, resid
ing in Lancaster city.
ROSE RAPP, Administratrix,
B. F. Davis, Attorney. myS7-tdeaw
(Quotations by II. K. Jamisen & Ce., S
cer. i and Chestnut streets).
Philadelphia. June 30.
United Stutes C's, 1881, (registered )..104J
United States .Vs. 1881, (registered). .105
United States 4's, 1801, (regi3tercd)109810 00
United States 4's,1891,(coupen8).. .109i10 00
United States 4's, 1907. (registered).. 108i
United States Currency 6's 123 bid.
Sterling Exchange 483J488
DR. WM. Ii. FAHNKSTOCK
Having returned from the Seuth, has re
sumed liis office practice, and can be found at
Ne. 239 EAST KING STREET.
PROPOSALS FOR COAL.
Proposals te furnish the Public Schools of
this city, ter the ensuing year, with Hard
Broken, Egg and Nut Ceal, of best quality .and
Lykens Valley Steve Ceal, te be delivered in
the cellars et the school houses in July, as di
rected by the Committee, will be received bv
the undersigned until TUESDAY, JULY 6
1880, at 12 m. JOHN I. HARTMAN. '
Chairman Scheel Property Committee and
Freddy and Pa.
The Washington correspondent of the
Bosten IJerald tells this story of the Chi
cago convention :
" On the day after the convention Mr.
Petter Palmer took ex-Sheriff Daggett, of
Brooklyn, by the arm, and insisted en his
making a call en ex-President Grant, who
was in the hotel. Daggett replied that he
would rather net de se ; that he had op
posed Grant in the convention, and
it might be awkward. Palmer said
that would make no difference. Se he
New Yerk Tribune, June 14, UN).
Gen. Garfield has the most spontaneous
boom that the enthusiasm of the Republi
can party ever set in motion.
New Yerk Tribune, Feb. 19, 1879.
Let us gather up the ends from all this
snarl of testimony and see, if possible, just
where we stand. Kead the evidence. With
varying degrees of guilt or guilty knowl
edge, every man of them, with 0110
exception (Mr. Blaine), lias been
obliged te confess that at some
time he had held this stock, and at
some time under stress of conscience, let
us hope, though that is net fully proven
get rid of it. New let us go slowly ever
the list. James A. Garfield, of Ohie, had
ten shares; he never paid a dollar; re
ceived $320, which, after the investigation
began, he was anxious te have considered
as a lean from Oakes Ames te himself.
These men betraved the trusts r
the people, deceived their constituents aud
by their evasions and falsehoods confessed
the transactions te be disgraceful. Pass
no resolution. Drep it where it is. Re
mand the whole business te the people.
Times, Feb., 19, 1873.
Of the members referred te Messrs. Kel
ley and Garfield present a most distressing
figure. Their participation iu the Credit
Mebilier affair is complicated by the most
unfortunate contradictious of testimony
which the committee de net undertake te
unravel. The only possible comment 011
their cases is that they had taken a per
fectly upright coarse in the matter, and
refused te h'ave anything te de with the
stock, no occasion for contradiction could
A4V v 1 m un - ?
mc-ui, mm uic uram oarier ami nm
reintroduced te Grant,haviug met him be- I says he will be able te bring together a
Tbe Rival Klflamea Banqueted.
The American and Irish rifle teams at
tended a private banquet given in their
honor by the lord lieutenant of Ireland at
Dublin last night. Ne toasts were given
except the health of the queen.
Colonel Bedine does net intend te dis
band his team until the termination of the
meeting of the Irish rifle association and
of the festivities te which the Americans
have been invited, as a team. There is
still some reticence, therefeie, concerning
the composition of the Wimbledon teanC
but Frank Hyde states that the meat of
the members are favorably disposed, and
lie has no doubt about the match. He
fore. After a pleasant conversation he was
introduced te Jlrs. Fred. Grant as a dele
gate from New Yerk. Mistaking her man,
Mrs. Fred, at once launched out into glo
rifying the New Yerk Grant men. She
said they (the family) could never be suf
ficiently grateful te the men who had steed
by the general se faithful. Daggett, se
seen as he could politely interrupt, said :
" But, Mrs. Grant, I was net one of these
delegates and voted against him." The
recoil was painful. Mrs. Grant, senior,
who was standing near, overheard Dag
gett's remarks, and in a severe tone cried
out : " Well, I don't see hew any man
from New Yerk could ever have voted
against the general; I cannot understand
very strong team.
The duplicate et city taxes Is new In M10
hands of the Treasurer. Five per cent, abate
ment will be allowed en all taxes paid en or be -
lore .juiv 1, 1880. E. WELCHANS.
UMUE.lt AND COAL 1HC TELEPHONE
The undersigned are new nrenared te re.
ceive orders for
Ceal, Lumber, Sash, Deers,
by Telephone. Step In at the Exchange anil
de your own ordering free or charge.
S. E Cor. Prlnc and Walsut Street-'.