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Peepl Who Wirt te Keep Coel.
Ames Slayrnaker, esq., is' at Ocean
Miss Margie Spurrier will spend the
summer near Indianapolis, Indiana.
The next seaside excursion from this
city is te Ceney Island next Monday.
Messrs. Geerge and David B. Willson
liave gene te Ceney Island.
Mis. Dr. Carpenter and children have
gene te Ocean Beach.
Mr. Harry Myers and wife, and Miss
Ilattie Shebcr are at Atlantic City.
Nearly 200 people went en the Cape May
excursion te-day. The weather turned
out nice for them after all.
Yesterday N. Ellmaker, esq., and wife
left for Star Island, Isle of Sheals, Ncv
Miss Mayer, of Columbia, is visiting her
Mster-in-law, Mrs. Charles Mayer, in Pat
terson, Juniata county, Pa.
A young lady suggested te her father the
ether day that they save all their old ice
and give it te the peer.
Miss Hcurictte and her brother Edward
1. Brinten, left town this morning te visit
friends at their country scat near Wilming
Among the recent arrivals as Asbury Park
:uc Misses ticergie and Margie Bundell,
Kate Zimmerman, Anna Gel tniakcr, Annie
Ihiclunan and Rachel Wilsen, of this city.
I). G. Baker, wife and Mrs. Keam,sistcr
of Mrs. Baker, left te day for Ocean Greve.
They will be absent for about two weeks.
Hen. A llerr Smith left te day for Sara
toga. Mrs. J. P. Wickcrsham and daughter
this morning started for Ocean Grave.
Messrs. Henry Shubcrt and Solemon
Miller te-day went te Landisville, where
they have cottages en the camp ground,
and where they will rusticate during the
Miss Lizzie Armstrong and Miss Maze
Keller left the city this morning for Atlan
tic City, where they will spend part of the
heated term. Miss Sallie Peacock and
Miss Anna Keller also left for Ocean
Ahleruian Spurrier's family left Lancas
ter yesterday for Clyde, Wayne county,
Xcw Yerk, net far from Geneva, where
they will spend the heated term. The al
derman, who accompanied them as far as
Philadelphia, and then returned home,
will join them at Clyde about the first of
A Famous Quarter ter lfunrlars.
That section of East Orange street im
mediately adjacent and opposite te the
Presbyterian church, is becoming famous
for the midnight visitation of burglars,
and the screams and bells and bedgewns of
the dwellers thereabout, which till the cars
and eyes of these who go down te see the
cause of the hullaballoe; of which the first
is always our courageous anil active friend
Jacob It Leng, who bids fair te earn title
te fame and te Heaven, as the defender
of the widow and the fatherless.
It was one of the latter who,
awakening at the early hour of
e;ie o'clock this morning from un
easy slumber, somehow caused we will
net say hew heard the horrid sound of
the stealthy tread el twenty-four or mere
burglars' feet in the yard below. And
thereupon she screamed. And net once
only, nor even twice. The air indeed was
full of screams, which came te the maternal
car close by ami te the fraternal somewhere
around about. Yet it is but just te say
in defense of the quiet conscience with
which the brother slept that he awoke net
until the sound of his mother's lamenta
tion had joined itself te the abundant out eut out
peuiing of his sister. And both together
came upon him as an avalanche that no
human sleeper could resist.
The whole house is aroused and Brether
Leng has arrived ; his presence bringing
an assurance of safety of the most satisfy -ing
character. The brother called te tie
sister te hand him his revolver, which she
tremblingly does. Advancing te the rear
doorway of the first lloer te which the
company has new descended, a volley is
lired down the length of the yaitl.Ne scream
of the wounded fellows; another is delivered
with equal effect, and still another. Then
comes rushing in the vigilant Officer
Cramcr, entirely out of breath with the
speed he has made en hearing the srtfjul
of the shots reverberating tlueugh the still
night air. He is supported in the ailns of
Mr. Leng while the story is recounted te
him. He grasps the situation and his li re
arm and proceeds at once en a reconnais
sance through the yard, finding several trees
that the bullets hit, and one telephone
jMle similarly wounded in the alley, but
none of the dozen great big negrees who
may or "may net have been there.
It is the way the burglars have in this
Orange street quarter. They disappear
before the screams of the women and the
apprehension of the police. They de net
.stay te be captured. They accept the no
tice te quit which is served upon them.
It is a safe quarter of the town te live in.
There are plenty of people there who arc
able and willing te scream and ring bells,
fire pistols, and raise generally a noise
sutliciciit te frighten the most dating bur
glar that ever the moon shone upon. Let
us rest easy.
Cel. Ferney for Peace.
My old friend Geist, of the Lancaster
XewEut, is printing some extracts from
t he Press of 1807, criticising General Han
cock's civil administration while he was in
command at Texas and New Orleans. I
have no complaints te make. This is fair
discussion. Ner de I risk the explanation
that in 1SG7 Andrew Jehnsen's adminis
tration was one of the severest trials the
Republican party had te endure, and, as
their organ, I was faithful te the prevail
ing sentiment of my party. But thirteen
years have largely modified political re
sentments, have increased iny desire for
the restoration of peace aud fraternity be
tween all the states of the Union, aud have
even melified my prejudices against the
character and administration of Andrew
Jehnsen. Mr. Geist seems most anxious
te help a candidate whose success will only
be the ceutiuuaucc of the calamitous rule
that has se long wounded our native
county ; but rest assured, he will net be
gratified in this questionable mission.
General Garfield will net be elected.
Maximilian Ruthard, who died en the
12th inst., was buried this afternoon with
military honors, from the residence of
Jehn Sewers, 214 West Walnut street. A
detachment of Ce. H. 11th Regt. National
Guard of Columbia, of which deceased
was a membar,toek charge of his remains,
and after the funeral services fired a sa
lute of honor ever his grave.
COMMENCEMENT AT MILLERSVILLE.
Graduating Exercises of the State Nermal
The popularity of the Millcrsville state
normal school grows stronger year by year
among the peeple, as was shown by the
large attendance this roeroinir te witness
the commencement exercises of the gradu-1
atmg class of '80, composed of thirty-seven
young ladies and gentlemen.
This feeling of interest and geed will is
caused by the excellent management of
the school. Its condition and progress is
most gratifying te parents and all inter
ested in education, who plainly see
able control, systematic advancement and
smooth running in all the grades te the
highest branches of learning.
The inclemency of the weather may
have had some effect en the attendance,
but, nevertheless, the number of visitors
present in the chapel this morning was
very large. Promptly at hall-past nine
o'clock the organ pealed forth a march
and the graduates, headed by Prof. Byerly
and Uev. A. B. Shenklc filed up the centre
aisle and took their scats en the front
benches. A prayer was offered by Rev.
Shenklc in the absence of Rev. J. P.
Moere. A chorus, " Hosanna te the
King of Kings, " was rendered by a club
of pupils of the nerma!.
Lloyd Smith was the first speaker an
nounced, who in an able aud creditable
manner delivered the salutatory oration.
" Shall We Abolish Shakspeare ?" was
the question he reviewed and the tenor of
his argument was strong, convincing all
that he was fully acquainted with his sub
ject. After finishing his remarks en the
question, he welcomed all in the following
maimer : Te-day the class of '80 takes its
departure from the old normal aud yields
its place te its successors. Fer the enter
tainment of friends gathered here these
exercises have been prepared. Te such as
we have te offer you we bid you gladly
welcome. In respect te his theme he then
went en te say that in a public library
near Philadelphia, the works of Shak
speare are excluded from its shelves. The
question, " Shall we abolish the drama ?"
new confronts us. Originating as it
did in the church, the drama spread
after 1562 all ever Europe. In England it
was represented in its highest excellence
by William Shakspeare. Since his time
it has become degenerated, and new we
have little less than sensational plays of a
ew order. The cause of this is the result
of the depraved public taste. Variety and
sensation are demanded by the people.
There are two remedies for this evil : First,
by state patronage of the theatre, and
second, patronage by wealthy individuals.
In conclusion Mr. Smith said the drama
should net be abolished. It brings us in
contact with characters we have seen but
could net understand until impersonated
by geed actors. It reveals te us beautiful
flights of fancy, and as a means of pleas
ure it is unparalled. Let us net then
abolish Shakspeare, but keep him in our
libraries aud never put him away from the
theatre, which is by the stamp of his intel
lect upon the enlightened thought of
every nation in the world.
Then followed a very artistically execut
ed piano sole, "Invitation te Dance"
(Weber), by Miss Edith Ebcrman.
Following the music Miss Margaretta
Cheney delivered an oration en the beauties
of "The Court of Elizabeth.' This court,
she said, was scarcely less dazzling and
talented than that of Leuis XIV; but far
from the gross licentiousness which stained
the glory of that French monarch, Eliza
beth drew about her the learned and
chivalrous, delighting in their company.
She knew that her future power depcuded
upon the affection and respect of her sub
jects. Frem the injudicious proceedings
of her sister Mary she had learned wisdom.
The treasury was exhausted when she
came te the throne, a lew only had em
braced Christianity, and the whole king
dom was in a depressed condition. But
she was a monarch in the true sense of the
word, and she never suffered even her
greatest favorites te forget that it wat hers
te rule and theirs te obey.
Then followed a vocal dint by Misses
Clements and Montague, entitled " When
Morning Rays are Beaming," by Kuckcn.
W. G. Edwards explained " What Our
Country Expects of Us." His delivery
was geed and his gestures properly given.
He spoke in a clear, distinct tone, audible
all ever the large chapel.
Miss Laura V. Maynard was the next
orator. She found a theme in that beau
tiful Divine injunction, " Peace be Still.'"
After eulogizing the patriotism of woman
during the late rcbelien, the fair speaker
went en te say that although fifteen years
age the din of battle was hushed, yet we
have had no peace. At every election the
war has been fought ever again. The
-Seuth submitted honorably and renounced
the lest cause, yet they are constantly be
ing insulted by such epithets as rebel
and traitor. Let the bloody hatchet be
buried and let us new have peace.
One of the greatest dangers te the pernia pernia
nence of our government is the growing
bitterness of political contests. We are
new en the verge of one of the most im
portant presidential campaigns in the his
tory of our country, and the speaker after
paying high tributes te the character of
both nominees and rebuking partisan mal
ice that seeks te depreciate them, she said
in the exercise of my womanly prerogative
as a peace-maker, I stand here and say te
you, my brothers, shake hands. Let rea
son be a peace that reaches into the heart,
a peace that shall say te partisan malice
and violence "Peace, be still !"
Misses Shaw, Campbell and Fries next
executed a piano trio, "Chasse ct Marchc,"
from Gounod's "Cinq Mars."
II. W. Sterner was the next speaker.
With "All Men Are Created Unequal " as
his theme, he went en te prove that the
saying, "All men are created equal," was
only a myth. But while the assertion of
this principle of equality has produced
great and benificeut results, it has also
been productive of evils scarcely less far
reaching. Our boasted freedom is
often made the means of making
us slaves of bad aud designing men.
Let us soften down the asperities of the
humble cottager's life, and all may dis
cover the immortal truth that men are in
deed unequal in natural gifts, but equal
in bends of Christian brotherhood, equal
in the love and providence of Ged.
"Birds of Leve," by Lemmens, was the
title of a beautiful vocal sole rendered by
S. M. Yutzy was announced. His sub
ject was, with the orb of day, " Westward,
He !" Frem the earliest period of our
history, progress has been westward. The
ancient ruins and past records point te
Palestine as the first great centre of civiliza
tion. Starting with this as the first step
the course has continued westward, su
cessively lighting "up one nation after an
other and leaving in its wake darkness.
The last perceptible advancement in his
westward inarch is noticeable in the em
pire of Japan. The icy chains of leserve
are gradually succumbing te the warmth
of his rays. India, tee, is following rapid -in
her footsteps. But who can tell what
the end will be ? What will yet arise from
I these crowned nations no one knows but
He who keeps this silent though powerful
orb in its course.
Miss Auna V. Potts next treated te a re
citation, "The Legend of a Vail. " Miss
Potts has a sweet musical voice, which
made this production one of the most
pleasing of this morning's session. As a
declaimer, Miss Potts is endowed with su
perior ability in gesture and voice.
Again the audience enjoyed a rich treat
in the way of a piano sole, "March from
Tannhauser" (Wagner-Liszt), admirably
executed by Miss Evelyn Westlake.
Heber McIIugh was the next speaker.
With " Uneasy Lies the Head tha Wears a
crown," as jus ttieme, lie began by saying
that these words are plainly inscribed en
the archway of the future. The poten
tates of Europe knew net an easy hour.
Alfonse, of Spain, already twice assailed,
is constantly in dread of some daring reg
icide. Humbert, Bismarck and William
are targets for the assassin's bullet. They
need a Cierawell. a Lafayette, a Mir
abcau, for if this leprcssien en
the'' nobility of manhood is
net discontinued the sun of the 19th
century will net set en a German empire.
We shall obey neither Ged nor man is tLe
unhallowed assertion of nihilism and com
munism. Beth parties are, no doubt, array
ed against tyranny aud by their determined
struggling will eventually unseat every
ruler who holds his power net from the
people and for the people, will force from
the public arena all mere demagogues aud
ringmasters, and in the end wipe out the
nihilism of Russia, the communism of
France, the fenianism of America, to
gether with the causes that tend te pro
duce them all
The closing exercise of this morning
was the piano quartet from ' Beethoven,"
by Misses Westlake aud Davis, and
Messrs. Montgomery and Sample.
A COLUKEU THIEF.
He ItebR a Heuse In Ilread Daylight.
Yesterday morning the house of Philip
Greincr, residing en the Columbia read,
about a mile south of Springville, Mount
Jey township, was entered by a thief. Mr.
Gieiner and men were in the fields at
the time and the hired women were milk
ing. Mi's, Greincr went upstairs, during
the morning, te make the beds and upon
looking under one of them she found a
negre secreted. She screamed loudly for
help. The men came running fiem the
fields, but they were tee late te capture
the darkey, who ran downstairs and es
caped through a cornfield near the house.
After the man had tied, an examination of
the house was made, when it was found
that about $20 worth of jewelry had been
stolen from one of the downstairs sleeping
rooms where the darkey had been.
Deuth or Alias IMUrr.
The New Yerk papers of this morning
have the news of the death of Miss Eliza
beth L. Dillcreiie of the passengers of the
Scawaniiaka, who was net rescued until
she had been badly burned in a heroic but
fruitless effort te save her venerable father,
Rev. Dr. Jacob W. Diller, late rector
emeritus of St. Luke's P. E. church,
Brooklyn, who lest his life en the deck of
the ill-fated steamer. Miss Diller's death
occurred yesterday morning in the Ran
dall's Island hospital, where she has been
under treatment since the disaster, bhc
was a niece of Messrs. Isaac, Geerge and
Samuel Diller, of this city. She was forty
five years old. Her mother, three sister
and a brother arc living.
Our New Departure.
The Mcchanicsburg TndejKndent Journal
says of the new dep'irture of the weekly
The Lancaster Intelligencer hew pub
lishes its weekly issue double size for the
especial benefit and entertainment of
prompt-paying subscribers without a cor
responding increase in the subscription
price. In its mammoth double form it
can reasonably claim te be the largest
newspaper in the state, and the publishers
de themselves credit in withholding this
princely gift in newspaper enterprise from
these who are se thoughtless of the neces
sitous wants of live newspaper men.
The Columbia Ceuranl says :
The Lancaster Intelligencer is a geed
Democratic paper, and is offered at low
rates for the campaign.
STRUCK BY LIGHTNING.
A Large Barn una its Contents Burned.
During this morning's storm the large
frame barn of Daniel Herr, the well
known lime burner, who resides near Hel Hel
eon station, en the Quarryville railroad,
was struck by lightning and entirely con
sumed by fire. A tobacco shed adjoining
the barn was also burned. In the barn at
the time of the fire were all the crops of
the year, the last lead of eats having been
stored away yesterday. Several buildings
near the barn were saved by the efforts of
.Mr. Hen's employees and ethers. Mr.
Herr was net home at the time of the fire,
having gene te Virginia yesterday. The
less has net been estimated, but the build
ing was insured in the Northern Mutual
DIED OF HIS INJURIES.
The Rey Who Was Cut by a Saw.
William Fetter, the boy who was se ter
ribly cut by a saw at his father's planing
mill en Monday evening, died at 5 o'clock
last evening. Previous te his death he
stated that the accident was caused while
he and young Hess were playing and there
was no blame te be attached te the latter.
This morning Corener Mishler summoned
a jury composed of Geerge W. Eaby,
Themas F. McElligett, Jehn P. Geed,
Jacob Helinc, Philip Smith and AI. Ste
vens. After viewing the remains of the
deceased the jury adjueurncd te meet this
evening at 7 o'clock.
Alleged Surety of the Peace.
Jehn B. Haberbush, proprietor of a
hotel in Itethsville, te-day entered com
plaint before Alderman McCouemy against
Ambrose Weugcr, of Akren, for surety e f
the peace and carrying concealed deadly
A Drunken Weman.
The only person the mayor had before
him this morning was a drunken woman
whom Officer Kautz arrested. She get 30
Invited te a Parade.
The Empire hook and ladder company
have received an invitation te go te Ha Ha
gerstewn, Md., in October, te attend a
grand firemen's parade.
INTELLIGENCER. 'iliL.SDAY JULY 15, 1880.
! ' -H-- -!
We have just received a Fine Line of
which at this appropriate season is in great demand.
Silver Lace Pins,
Silver Hair Pins,
Silver Ear Rings,
Silver Sleeve Links,
Silver Scarf Pins,
Silver Initials, &c.
They are pretty in design and quite inexpensive. The sales
of these goods in the large cities during; the past month have
been immense, and in anticipation of much inquiry we have put
in an unusually large stock.
H. Z. BHOADS & BRO., Jewelers,
Ne. 4 West King Street.
Charged with Kmbezzlement.
In Columbia yesterday Mr. Hoeker, ex
press messenger and baggage-master en
the Frederick division of the Pennsylvania
railroad, was arrested en charge of embez
zlement. As stated te us the facts appear
te be that en the 28th of June several money
packages were placed in Mr. Hoeker's
keeping, one of which waneverdelivercd.
An investigation was oiJered, and sus
picion pointing te Mr. Hoeker he was ar
rested, and it is said confessed te taking
the packet. This meruing he was released,
but whether en bail or en payment of the
value of the lest packet, we are net in
formed. The Excursion te Cape May.
The excursion te Cape May left this city
en a special tr tin at 6 o'clock this morn
ing. When the train reached Dawuing Dawuing
tewn there were 480 persons en beard, 180
of whom were from Lancaster, 70 from
Mountville, 53 from Yerk and 30 from Col
umbia. Breaker Burned.
The breaker of the Enterprise colliery,
at Shamnkin, which is owned by Themas
Baumgardner, Jacob Bausman and B. F.
Shenk, of this city, was burned last night.
Mr. Baumgardner left for Shamokin this
afternoon, and the breaker will be rebuilt
Death efWm. H. Kering.
Mr. Wm. II. Kering, the popular pro
prietor of the Mechauics' hotel, Plum and
Chestnut streets, and formerly of the Lan
caster County house, died last evening at
the age of 43 years, after a prolonged ill
ness. Leck Jaw.
Jehn Dickel, a lad 12 or 13 years of age,
who shot himself in the hand en the 4th of
July, while playing with a toy pistol, and
whose injury .was net at the time consid
ered serious, is new lying at the point of
death from lock-jaw caused by the wound
Christian IIakxi, esq., Youngstown, Ohie, is
full et joy ever the wonderful cure of his wile
by St. J aceb's Oil. Fer twelve long yearn she
hnd suffered with Neuralgia in the head, and
etten had the most terrible pains. Haifa bot
tle of St. Jacob's Oil cured tier entirely.
Equally adapted te the feeble or
male or female, are Malt Hitters.
E'en though the face be net se talr.
And beauty may be all but flown,
De ir ladies, you need net despair!
If SOZODONT you make your own ;
And brush your teeth and mouth with skill,
You'll fascinate and conquer still.
Sharing is a rascally business, shaving with
Cuticura Shaving Seap alone excepted.
A Great Knterprltte.
The Hep Hitters Manufacturing Cempauy
is one of Rochester's greatest business enter
prises. Their Hep Hitters have reached a sale
beyond all precedent, having from their in
t rinxlcval ue leund their way into almost every
household in the laud. Graphic.
Try Lecher's Renowned Cough Syrup.
Fer lilty years 'Sellers' Liver- Pills" have
brought health and happiness in thousands of
homes. Ask your druggist for them.
Jehn Hays. Creditr.O., says: "Hissheulders
were se lame for nine months that he could net
raise his hand te his head ; but bv the use el
Dr. Themas' Eelectric Oil the pafn and lame
ness disappeared, and although three months
has elapsed, he has net had an attack of it
since. Fer wale byH. B.;Cechran,druggM, 1:;7
and 130 North Queen street, Lancaster. Fa. e-.
The Cause Discovered.
Mottef the readers whose eyes scan tlic.-c
pages have suffered from headache, lassitude
nausea or pains in the back; but we doubt it
they knew what the cause was. In nine cases
out or ten it was some trouble with the kid
neys or liver. This is a truth which has just
become known, and the resultwhich Warner's
Sale Kidney and Liver Cure hasaccemplishud.
The above named troubles are eaused by dis
ordered kidneys and liver, and the remedy
which euros the cause banishes the pains
which ari-e treui it. jyl-2wd&w
Thousands are new teeling the effects et this
depressing weather, and experience a less of
appetite, less of red bleed, have become pale,
and are very languid. We advise them te re
sort immediately te the great Bleed Purifier,
Bleed Enricher, and Perfect Health Giver, Dr.
Browning's Tonic and Alterative. Price 50
cents aud $1. Fer sale by its author and sole
Proprietor, W. Champien Browning, M. D.,
1117 Arch street. Philadelphia, and all Drug
Try Lecher's Renowned Cough Syrup.
Brown's Household 1'aiiacea
Is the most effective Pain Destroyer in the
world. Will most surely quicken the bleed
whether taken internally or applied externally
and thereby mere certainly RELIEVE PAIN,
whether chronic or acute, than any ether pain
alleviator, anil it is warranted double the
strength et any similar preparation.
It cures pain in the Side, Back or Ben els,
Sere Threat, Rheumatism, Toothache and ALL
ACHES, and h the GREAT RELIEVER OF
PAIN. "BROWN'S HOUSEHOLD FANA
C II A " should be in every family. A teaspoon teaspeon teaspoen
tul of the Panacea in a tumbler et het water
(sweetened, if preferred), taken at bedtime,
will BREAK UP A COLD. 25 cents a bottle.
Fer sale at II. B. Cochran & Ce's Drugstore
North Queen street. Lancaster.
Undoubtedly with children, attributed toethel
causes. Is occasioned by Worms. BROWN'S
VERMIFUGE COMFITS, or Werm Lozenges
although effectual in destroying worms, can
de no pesible injur' te the most delicate child
This valuable combination lias been success
tully used by physicians, and found te be ab
solutely sure in eradicating worms. Twenty
tive entsabex. fanl5-lvd&wTuThAS
Try Lecher's Renowned Cough Syrup.
Try Lecher's Renewneil Cough Syrup
statistics prove that twenty-nve percent,
of the deaths in our larger cities are caused by
consumption, and when wc reflect that this
terrible disease In Us worst stage will yield te
a bottle of Lecher's Renowned Cough Syrup,
shall wc condemn the sufferers ler their negli
gence, or pity them for their ignorance? Ne
it East King street.
Husband "My dear that child will certanily
cough himself te death If he doesn't get relief
seen." Wife "Oh! I must tell you, I just
bought a bottle of Dr. Themas' Eelectric Oil,
which Mrs. Brown told me cured her little girl
eiitirely,and I am going te try It with Johnny."
She lid se, and Johnny Is new skipping about
as lively and as merry as a cricket. Fer sale
11. B. Cochran, druggist. 137 and 139 North
Queen street, Lancaster, Pa. 5
Tumors, erysipelas, mercurial diseases, scro scre
tula, and general debility cured by ' Dr.
Llndsey's Bleed Searcher."
Te Check Diarrheea.
Diarrha?a Is a complaint that the human
family suffer mere irem at this time et the
year than from any ether, and should be treat
ed very carefully in order te restore the bowels
te their proper strength. There is a wine made
in New Jersey and sold by our druggists, call
ed Speer's Pert Grape Wine, which is being
used very successfully in diurrhcea cases. In
fact, it is conceded by chemists te contain just
such proportions as gradually check the ier
menting in the bowels and add tone and vigor
te the system, se as te withstand the miasmatic
climate against these prevealing complaints.
The wine is rich in body and is an excellent
tonic, keeping the tunctiens of the bowels in
their proper condition. Evening J?est.
This wine is endorsed by Dre. Atlee and
Davis, anil sold by H. K. Slaymaker.
FOR PRESIDENT :
WINFIELD S. HANCOCK,
FOB VICE PRESIDENT :
WILLIAM H. ENGLISH,
The great principles of American lib
erty are still the lawful inheritance of
this people, ana ever should lie. The
right of trial by jury, the habeas corpus,
the liberty of the press, the freedom of
speech, the natural rights of persons and
the rights of property must be preserved.
W1XF1ELO S. IIAXt'OCIf,
Geii.t'emd'gDept. La. and Texas.
State Klecteral Ticket.
W". II. FLAY FORD.
E. A. PUE.
J. M. CAMPBELL.
JOHN N, MOFFET.
JAMES G. McSPARRAN,
DR. ALFRED J. MARTIN.
II. E. DAVIS.
GEORGE A. POST.
A. M. BENTON.
J. P. LINTON.
COL. JOHN S. MILLER.
C. :. BOWER.
J. A. J. BUCHANAN.
ROBERT M. GIBSON.
HARRY W. WILSON.
J. ROSS THOMPSON.
DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET.
FOR SUPREME JUDGE.
FOR AUDITOR GENERAL.
ROBERT P. DECHEKT.
DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET.
FOR mstrict atteiixbv.
FOR SK.VATOR (l.ltll DISTRICT.)
J. 15. DOUGLASS.
FOR ASSKMIiLV (2d DISTRICT.)
S. C. &TEVENSON,
S. P. SHIRK.
FOR ASSEMBLY (ltd DISTRICT.'
K. DAVIS YUNDT,
JACOB M. HAENLEN.
FOR PRISON INSPECTORS.
BARTON M. WINTER
FOR POOR DIKECTOltS.
Korixe In Lancaster. Pa., en July 14, 1SS0,
Wm. 11. Kering, In the 42d year of his age.
The relatives and triends of the family, also
the Independent Order of Seven Wise Men are
respectfully invited te attend tliciuneral from
his late residence. Ne. 117 Plum street, en Sat
urday afternoon, at 2 o'clock. Interment at
Zion cemetery. 1yl5-2td
Mackinson. In this cltv,en the 14 inst., Gee.
Pelrie, son of Chas.ainl Martha It. Mackinson,
ageil 14 months and IS days.
The relatives and lriends of the fumily arc
respectfully invited te attend the funeral,
from the residence of parent. Ne. 319 Seuth
Prince street, en Friday evening, at 5 o'clock.
NFir advj:ii tis emests.
J. Insure your Creps against less or damage
By hall lit BAUSMAN &, BURNS'S
Insurance Oiticc, 10 Wc-st Orange Street.
et the 7th ward will meet this evenim? nt
b o'clock, at II. Kuhlman.s Saleen, Rockland
By order of the President. ltd
rpiIE REGULAR STATED MEETING OF
the Dili ward Hancock and English Club
will be held at their club rooms ever Arneld
Haas's Saleen, North Queen street, te-morrow
evening, Friday, July 16, 1880, at S o'clock. A
lull attendance is requested, as business of im
portance will be transacted. jyl3-2td
ASSIGNED ESTATE OF ANDREW JOIIE
and wife, et East Lampeter township.
The undersigned Auditor, appointed te dis
tribute the balance remaining in the hands of
Calvin Cooper, Assignee, le and auieng these
legally entitled te the same, will sit ter that
purpose en THURSDAY, AUGUST 12, 1880,
at 10 o'clock a. in., in the Library Roemot
the Court Heuse, in the city or Lancaster,
where all persons interested in said distri
bution may attend.
JNO. A. COVLE,
100 Tens of Rags Wanted,
Fer which the highest price will be paid.
1i CENTS PER POUND FOR GOOD
The highest price paid ler Woolens, Old
Paper, Beeks, Ac. Ten Rag Asserters wanted
te whom the highest price will be paid.
JOHN A. SHOBER,
Cor. North Queen and Orange Streets,
jyMfdR Lancaster, Pa.
fiO MY FRIEND AND THE PUBLIC
JL After a retirement et three months and
a-haltfrem the hotel business, JOHN HESS,
late proprietor of "The Swan," Seuth Queen
and Vine streets, respectfully informs his
friends throughout the city and county of Lan
caster, and the public In general, that he has
again resumed the business, by leasing and
taking possession te-day of the well-known
and popular HOTEL FRANK E, with Its beau
tiful, pleasant and cool SUMMER GARDEN,
where he will lie pleased te welcome and re
ceive all who may favor hi in with their pres
ence and patronage. The choicest wines ami
liquors, as well as Jtlie best New Yerk and
Lancaster beers, can always be luul.
Lancaster, Pa.. July 15, 1S80. jyl5-ltd&w.
THURSDAY EVKNINO, JULY 15, 1880.
Washington, July 15. Fer the- Mid
dle Atlantic states, partly cloudy weather
with frequent rains, southerly winds vary
ing te westerly, stationary or lower tem
perature and barometer.
Afternoon Telegrams Condensed.
A frightful explosion occurred in the
Londen and Seuth Wales colliery, six
miles from Newport, Wales, at an early
hour this morning. One hundred and
twenty-eight men were in the mine and
it is feared all are lest.
The epidemic fever in Maye, Ireland,
has been greatly exaggerated in its ex
tent. Twenty stores in the business portion
of Auprier, Ont., were burned te-day.
The gallows for the execution of Chastine
Cox te-morrow has been erected in the
Tombs jail yard. He is quite calm.
Dr. Tanner's condition is greatly im
proved. He has gained four pounds in
Indian atrocities aie reported from Ore
gon. Chairman Jewell called en Hayes te-day
at the White Heuse.
By an explosion at the Margie Franklin
colliery, in Pottsville, te-day :M)0 men and
boys are thrown out or employment, and
$25,000 less is incurml.
Judge Lawrence, of Ohie, te-day quali
fied as first comptroller of the treasury,
vice Perter, resigned.
Heward is ahead in the San Francisce
women's walking match, with a score of
ri RAND EXCURSION TO
AND WATKINS GLEN,
On TUESDAY, AUGUST 3d, 1880.
Fare ler Round Trip, - - - - :lO.OO.
Tickets geed for 15 days, and geed te step off
at Elmira, Geneva, Butrale, Allvntewn. Mauch
Chunk and Reading. jyLVlwd
ARVEST HOME EXCURSION TO
BR1UTON, MANHATTAN. AND KOCKA
On MONDAY, JULY 19, 1880,
Philadelphia and Reading Railroad, (Bound
Broek Reute). Tickets geed ler two days, te
return en any train. Fare for the Round Trip
Su.OO. Siiecial train. Elegant New Cars.
Leave Lancaster, King Street, 4:00 a. m.; Up
per Depot, 4:10 a. in.: Columbia, 4:00 a. m.
Through te Jersey City without change et
cars. Floating Palace "Kill von Hull" te
Ceney Island. Grand Republic te Reckuwnv.
with Conterno's Band and Ringgold Band (if!
pieces) te Cenev.
1'. S.-Gilmere's Band (40 pieces) at Manhattan.
Returning, leave Rockaway 4:30 p. in.; Iren
Pier, Ceney Island, !i::iO p. in.: Jersey City, 7:00
p. ui. Particulars see pesters and circulars.
The famous mammoth thrcc-dcck Steamer
Leaves Race Street Wliart at 7l a. in., arriving
at Cape May about 12 p. in. ICeturniiig. leaves
Cape May at .'I o'clock p. in., giviugauiple time
ter bathing or a drive en the beach. A full
Brass Band and Orchestra Music for dancing.
Parler Entertainments varied weekly. Lunch
eons and 'Refreshments in abundance. Din
ners and suppers provided. Oysters and Fish
served ler slipper a tew moments after taken
from the water.
Fare for the lteund Trip $1.00.
SUNDAYS Will leave Race Street Wharf at
V. a. m.
P. S. A Bread Gunge Steam R. R. will con
vey passengers te Cape Island in minutes.
Tickets for sale at
CHAS. H. BAKU'S,
"IMPORTANT NOTICE TO SHIPPERS!
MONDAY, JULY 19,
J. R BITNER'S
Fast Freight Line
Will Remove Frem
NO. 1,910 MARKET STREET,
Penn'a R. R. Depots, FRONT AND Pil
STREETS, anil Ne. 5 DOCK STREET.
The d ravage en Merchandise te these Cen
ral Depots is lower than te any ether.
ANTED EVERYBODY TO ADVER-
ckr. who wants semetTiing te de.
tluit fit f ihunfi. ii Vij-. fwnwf v w
WANTED A YOUNG MAN WANTS A
situation ; is willing te de any kind of
work. Apply at 11 1 Derwart street.
WANTED A GOOD, STOUT MOV, WHO
can come well lecoinmenerd, le learn
painting and graining. Apply at Ne. :U West
Orange street. ltd
IAGS! RAGS! RAGS! RAGS WANTED
L Housekeepers take notice that we are
paying cents a pound for MIXED RAGS.
Cash paid as seen as delivered te
amlKIrad Ne. 233 West King Street.
Lancaster Organ HiiMery
Without a doubt furnish the FINEST IN
STRUMENTS in the Market. Warerooms 32
North Queen street, Manufactory in the rear.
Branch Office, 15)$ East King Street.
Alex. McKillips, Proprietor.
Alse A gent ter Lancaster County for
CH1CKERING& SON'S Celebrated
A Full Line et Sheet and ether Music, Small
Instruments. Violins. Banjos, Band Instru
ments, Ac. always en hand. fKHydSAlyw
-pwlSSOLUTlON OF PARTNERSHIP.
J The partnership heretofore existing be
tween B. S. A E. B. Patterson lias been dis
solved by mutual consent.
B. 8. PATTERSON.
E. B. PATTERSON,
Juvk7, 1S90. JelKJtw
I'HILADKraiA, July I.
-Flew steady aatl
flrui;uperflneat 18 5003; extra at MUM;
Ohie and Indiana laraUv at UBMM;
Penn'a ramlly at M7tMM: 8C Lemla
family IS 50 00 ; de old, 2S4 73 ; Minnesota
family fS 359 gee ; patent and high grades 16 50
Ryeneur at 4 25.
Wheat firmer; Ne. 2 Western Red SI 130
113); Penn'a Red SI 1201 13; Amber SI IX
Cern firm ; yellow 31c: mixed I0IWc.
Oats steady ; Ne. 1, White 43c; Ne. 2, Ile42C ;
Ne. 3, de akl40c: Ne. ?, Mixed 36c.
Kye dull ; Nvw 70c : Old Wc
Previsions firm ; mess perk at 113 50014 00 ;
beef nanisf21S022; India nniwlieet lb4Jl50.
bacon, smoked shoulders 3)5c: Milt 5c;
smoked hams 11012c ; pickled ham- 83g93e.
Lard firm : eltv kettle TfiSe : umvm.
butchers tf$7c ; prime steam $7 &(g7 30.
Butter scarce; Creamery 2425e; de geed
te choice 2122c : Bradford county and New
Yerk extra. 2fj23c ; Western reserve extra 17
gllle: de geed te choice ISQltic : Rolls dull and
ijuality peer ; Penn'a extra 10014; Western
reserve extra 100 14c.
Eggs dull, easy ; Penn'a 14c; Western I3c.
Cheese steady ; New Yerk full cream 9c ;
Western lull cream. 8c; de fair te geed 70
7Kc; de half skims 606)jc.
Petroleum dull ; refined 9c.
Seeds Geed te prime Timethy firm at $2 850
$3 00: Flaxseed nominal at SI 30 : Clever firm
at $7 2507 U5.
New Yerk Market.
Naw Yerk. July 15. Fleur State and West
ern iuite firm and In moderate inquiry ;
superuue state S3 5004 10; extra de S4 20
0450; choice, de., (4 UU05 00; fancy
$5 5O0G 00: round hoop Ohie 4 8005 25;
choice de $530Q50; superfine western S35ti0
4 15; common te geed extra de $4 2001 60;
choice dodo $4 7007 u); choice white wheat de
$4 5005 00; Southern firm ; common
te lair extra 3 2506 20; geed te choice de
Wheat a shade stronger and fairly active ;
Ne. 1 White, July, SI 1. ; le Aug., 1 US'':
Ne. 2. Red July. SI 141 15 ; de August. SI us
1 08 ; de Sept..tO801 08.
Cern a shade better and fairly active; Mixed
western spot, 4Se$43c: de future 4f44U!-ic.i
Oats dull; .state 3504; western 01043c
Ne. 2 August Sic.
Pbiladblpuia. July 15.
isav r. m. two r. m.
Pennatt's (third issue) 106
Philadelphia Jt Erie 13
Pennsylvaula $VA ....
Lehigh Valley. 4'JH
United Ces. el N. J li;e;
Northern Pacific 2fi "
" Preterred 48J
Northern Central 'Xyt
Lehigh Navigation 2s-
Central Transportation Ce. 47
Pitts., Titnsville X Bullale. 11
Utile Schuylkill 43
NW lOKK.Jltly 15
N. Y. Central
Cleveland A Pittsburgh Vii
Pittsburgh X Fert Wayne.
Western Union Tel. Ce
New Jersey Central . .
United States Bends autl Sterling KxIi:iii
(Quotations by B. K. Jamisen Ce., S. W.
Cor. 3d and Chestnut Streets).
Philadelphia. July 15.
United States 's, 1881, (registered).. 103
United suites 5's, UWI, (registered).. 102
United Slides 4's, 1801, (registered) 1 10
United States 4',18VI,(coupeiis).. .110
United States 4's, l'Xft. (registered). .108'4I0)
United States Currency 0's 12::':1iI25
Sterling Exchange 481 (ui4St'.'4
HK DEMOCIlATS OF IUK P1RHT
Ward will meet at Jehn Snangler'sSuloeu.
011 Thursday, July 15. ut 8 p. m., in order te
ierm a Hancock and English Club.
By order el the Committee. jyl3-2td
NOTICE TO THE MEMBER OF THE
Sixth Ward Americus Association. There
will be a meeting at S. B. llerr's Park Heuse,
en THURSDAY, JULY 15, nt 8 o'clock, sharp.
It is important that every member shall Ih;
By order of the President. 2td
rpHK MEMBERS OF THE YOUNG
X Men's Hancock and English Club will
lueet at Jacob Utziuger's Saleen, Middle
Street, en Te-morrow (THURSDAY) Evening,
at 8 o'clock. By order of
W. II DeiiWACT, A.STEINWANDLE,
13ROPOSALS FOR STREET WORK.
. Sealed proposals will lie received bv the
Street Committee up te THURSDAY, JULY
22. at 7 o'clock p. 111., for the grading of North
Lime street, from James te New streets. Plain
anil specifications for the work can Ih; seen at
the ellice or James C. Carpenter, City Regula
tor. Tim committee wserves the right te le
jeet any or all bids received.
Proposals te be left with D. McMiilIcn,cs..
chairman, at Ne. 122 East King street.
By order of the committee.
j!4-2td S. W. RAUB, Clerk.
J The following changes in the southeastern
and son th wester a sections of Lancaster cur
are made, as ditected bv court, anil may be
seen in the office of the Clerk of Quarter Ses
1. linger street, east of Queen street, moved
southward, its width increased letiOtcct, ex
tends eastward, cutting off 11 small corner of
Woodward Hill cemetery; thence liending
northward along tence; thence toSeutli street.
2. Seymour street, east efQueen, Yerk street,
north of new line of Iluger street and udj.icent
alley, are eliminated.
3. Width or Seuth Christian street, from
Church street te Middle street, is changed te
4. Seuth Duke street, ut southeast corner of
King, narrowed 18 inches te conform te pres
5. Plum street extended southward te Jehn
street of width or 59 feet, and Jehn street, from
King street te Plum street, narrowed te 2 Heel,
as at present.
U. Woodward street Widened te 40 feet, as
new laid out.
7. Beaver street, at southwest corner of Con Cen Con
estegu street, narrowed one loot, making It us
8. High street continued te Mifltin alley, and
thence te Mulberry street; Mlltllu alley wid
ened en north side te the width of High street.
9. Water street continued southward from
German street te the line et old Water street,
deflecting te the west.
10. llager street, westward from Queen Ktrett.
te the lend near Leve l.nnc, narrowed te XI
11. Alley west of Prince street, from Andrew
street te Furnace street, narrowed te 14 feet,
and runs parallel te and ISO feet west or Prince
12. Pearl street, from Columbia avenue te
Maner street, widened 80 teet, and east line
thereof moved eastward along Columbia ave
nue, 102 leet K inches. The street, as changed,
starts at Columbia avenue, directly opposite
College uvenue,and continues parallel te Pearl
street! as laid out 011 original plan.
13. The alley between Columbia avenue and
First street moved southward 4e feet, between
Pearl street and West End avenue.
These changes, as made, will be adopted, un
less exceptions are filed en or before I he third
Monday in August next.
By order or the Court.
Attest : G EO. W. E A B Y, -
Deputy Clerk Quarter Sessions,
jyl-eawd tau git;
1" WTATEOF DR. HKNJAM1N MISHL.KIC
i late or Lancaster City, deceased. The
undersigned Auditor, appointed by the Or
phans' Court el l.aiiea-iter county. Pa., te dis
tribute the balance remaining In the hum Is of
Elizabeth Mishler, Administratix et said de
ceased, te and among these legally entitled te
the same, will attend ler that purpose ON
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 11th, at le o'clock
a. m.. In the Library Roem of the Court Heuse.
in City et Lancaster, Pa., where all persons in-
luresieu in sum uisirnmiien may aueiui.
jy!0-4tdlaw B. F. DAVIS, Auditor.
ESTATE OF ELIZABETH GORRfcCHT,
late or Lancaster city. Pa., deceased. The
undersigned Auditor, appointed te distribute
the balance remaining In the hands et Win. II.
Gerrechtand 3Irs. Ann L. Gall, executers et
the last wUl and testament or said Elizabeth
Gorrecht, deceased, te and among these legally
entitled te the same, will sit for that puriMwe
en SATURDAY, AUGUST 7, 18M, at 2 o'clock
p. m., in the Library Roem et the Court Heuse,
in the city of Lancaster, where all persons In
terested in said distribution may attend.
A. J. EBERLY,
ESTATE OF ANDREW STEWART, LATE
of Lancaster City, deceased. The under
slgred Auditor, appointed te distribute the
balance remaining in the hands of Jehn B.
Geed. esq., trustee te sell real estate, te unit
among these legally entitled te the same, will
sit for that purpose en WEDNESDAY, the
25th day of AUGUST, 1880, at 10 o'clock a. in.,
in the Library Roem or the Court Heuse, in
the city of Iiiicaster, where all persons inter
ested In said distribution may attend.
W. F. BEYER,
tyS-ltd3tW . Auditor.