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LAN0ASTER?1AIM INTELL1GENCEB. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 9 1880J
A BrllUant Wedding Xt Night.
Never did old Trinity Lutheran church
contain within its venerable walls a mere
joyous or attractive assemblage than that
gathered there lasteveniug. The occasion
f- was the marriage of Dr. Geerge G. Shively,
of Carlisle, te Miss Jennie Shaeffer, daugh
ter of the late Hen. B. A. Shaeffer, of this
city. As seen as the doers of the church
win opened a gaily dressed throng, a
large majority of whom, of course, were
young ladies, took possession of the spa
cieus galleries and that part of the lower
fleer of the church net specially set apart
for the wedding party and invited guests.
The interior of the church was festooned
with evergreen, and en the altar was a
.wondrous wealth or choicest flowers.
Shortly after 8 o'clock the bridal party
arrived, in coaches, and, as they entered,
Mendelssohn's wedding march was played
upon the grand organ by Mr. B. Z.
Shrciner. The bridal precession was in
the following order :
Ushers S. W. Altick, J. L. Steinmetz,
J. B. Rupley, Wm. J. Ferdncy, Harry
Bewman, Dr. Oliver Reland.
Bridesmaids and groomsmen Miss
Maze Cameren and .Mr. J. K. Mctzger ;
Miss Lillie Altick and Edw. J. "Watts,
esq., Carlisle ; Miss Mattie Shaeffer (sister
of the bride), and Jehn F. Stewart, esq.,
Carlisle. The bride's mother escorted by
the groom ; the bride escorted by the
There were a very large number of in
vited guests, including many of the first
families of Lancaster, Carlisle, Harris
burg, Philadelphia and ether cities, and a
large proportion of them appeared in full
The toilets of the bridal party were es
pecially fine, the bride being attired in
heavy white silk, with train and elegant
white veil and head dress of erange blo.c ble.c
sums. The bridesmaids were arrayed in
silk of brilliant colors, and the grooms
men and ushers in full dress.
The impressive marriage service of the
Lutheran chinch was read by Her. E.
Greenwald, 1). D , who appeared in his of
The ceremony ended, the faith of the
high contracting parties being mutually
plighted, and the blessing of the clergy
men being given tliem, they left the altnr,
and the organ again pealed forth in merry
The bridal party and many invited guests
were taken in coaches te the residence of
the bride's mother, West Orange street,
where they were formally received, and
where an elegaut collation was spread.
The bride was made the recipient of
many valuable presents, including diamond
ear-rings, a great variety of silver, glass
. and china ware, bronze statuettes, haud-
r" some furniture, lace curtains and many
ether fabrics, pictures and works of art.
The reception was kept up until half
past 11 o'clock, and about hall-past twelve
tha happy couple, accompanied by a few
friends, left for Philadelphia. They will
visit the seashore and make a somewhat
extended wedding tour, and returning,
fettle in Carlisle.
JIT. JOY XKWS.
Interesting Items from Our ltcgular Corres
pondent. W. Scott Walten died yesterday shortly
after neon, at the residence of his mother,
en East Main street, from a complication
of ailments, which caused long and pain
ful suffering. He left Mt. Jey at the age
of 15 for the West and has since been ac
tively engaged in successful business, hist
holding a clerkship in a furnace at Col
umbus. Ohie. Returning te Mt. Jey
last March en a visit of business and pleas
ure, he contracted a cold and at times
suffered acutely from rheumatism. His
health being generally impaired ; for
seven weeks he was confined te his bed,
and death ended his premising future at
the early aye of :)0. Mr. Walten was a
pleasant, geed-natured man, and his many
friends regret his early demise. His re
mains will be interred in the Mt. Jey
cemetery en Friday afternoon ; preaching
in the Bethel church.
At a meeting of the beard of school di
rectors last night the following teachers
were elected te teach in the public schools
of the borough the ensuing term of eight
months, commencing the latter part of
next August: Principal. Douglass Patter
son ; assistant in the high school, Miss
Mary E. Buckwaltcr ; secondary, Miss
Regina Myers ; first primary. Miss Bella
Leader; second primary, Miss Louisa
Kuhns ; third primary, Miss Carrie Druck
enmiller ; fourth primary. Miss Fannie
Marsh. The schejl directors in Mt. Jey
and Raphe townships have decided te
raise the salary of teachers te what it was
one year age when they reduced it.
The cut worm is doing much havoc
among the tobacco plants that were set
out. Seme of the farmers are checking
the destruction by using Paris green in
the same way as it is applied te potato
Rebert McFadden is erecting an ice
house near the Pennsylvania freight sta
tion. In it he will store ice as he receives
it by rail.
This morning the prospects are geed for
rain, and the tobacco farmers are astir.
These who think they have finished plant
ing can find plenty te de at replanting.
Declared n Lunatic.
Yesterday, en application of David
ITartman, testimony was taken before
Maj. A. C. Reinoehl, commissioner, and a
jury composed of Gee. W. Eaby, C. F.
Stencr, David Warfel, Samuel E. Ball,
C. M. Gibbs and Augustus Reinoehl. jr.. te
test the lunacy of Samuel L. Hartman, of
this city. A great deal of testimony was
taken, going te show that Mr. Hartman's
mind was unbalanced, especially en mat
ters of religion, and that he was unfit te
take charge of or conduct business. After
an exhaustive hearing the jury declared
Mr. Hartman a lunatic.
Plate Glass Itreken.
Last evening while the Republicans were
engaged in sending off their fire works, one
of the sky rockets took a wrong direction
and shot horizontally through the square
until it struck the large plate glass window
in front of 2s inflow's cigar store, through
which it crashed with thundering sound,
entailing considerable less, but doing no
The first annual picnic of Bethany mis
sion Sunday school will be held in Millcrs
ville park en Thursday, June 24. As this
,1 a young mission and composed mostly
of peer children, many of whom cannot
afford te pay for a day's pleasure, it com
mends itself te the liberal assistance of the
THE FESTIVAL SEASON.
Jeseph's Fair Closes Last Night A
urwia success uesait el uie Yeung.
St. Jeseph's fair and festival closed last
night in a blaze of glory. The attendance
was large and the net profits ever $2,000.
This handsome sura relieves St. Jeseph's
church entirely from debt, and leaves a
balance in the treasury.
The result of the voting for the several
articles disposed of by ballet resulted as
fellows, each vote representing ten cents :
Fer Geld Watch.
Leenard Schmid 2,186
Ansel Kirchner 299
Henry Darrcnkemp 543J
Jehn Dillich lOef
Resy Fritsch 97G
Mary Bender 250
Miss Welpert 98$
Matilda Seigle 19
Peter Otte 852
Jehn Hess 783
l'arler Organ .
MissCelia Spanjrler 2,24(H
Miss Annie Rickcr 2,150
Miss Annie Wigant 250$
Miss Lena Hebrank 70$
.hiss ileckcnstem di.J
The several prizes were handed ever te
these who received the highest number of
At the Old Stene Church.
The festival at St. Mary's old stone
church en West Vine street, continues in
progress and is being liberally patronized.
This evening another " package auction "
will be held and, te-morrow evening the
entertainment of the parochial school re
cently irivcn in Fulton opera house will be
repeated and constitute a very attractive
feature of the festival. Clemmens's City
band will be in attendance and furnish
The Union ltethel Festival.
Last evening a strawberry and ice cream
festival was opened in the lecture room of
the Union Bethel church, en the corner of
Prince and Orange streets. The room has
been trimmed with evergreens, fiags and
flowers. In the front of the room is a high
wooden pedestal en which is a beautiful
large eagle. At each deer in the
rear of the church are two stands
at which candies, nuts, fcc, arc sold.
These tables arc in charge of young ladit S
of the church. The large ice-cream and
strawberry table in front of the room is in
charge of Mrs. Jehn S. Gable and Mrs.
II. L. Frailcy. Cake table Ne. 1 is pre
sided ever by Mrs. Lavcrty and Mrs.
Brown, while the second one of the same
kind is in charge of Mrs. C. Ueettner
and several assistants. On the right
side of the room is a large lunch
table, at which all kinds of eatables
are sold by Mrs. Jacob Hoever and ethers.
Miss Rese Gable and several ether young
ladies have charge of the flower stand, at
which beautiful bouquets can be purchas
ed. On the right side, near the centre, is
a ''Rebecca's well," where lemonade' is
dealt out by Misses Annie Stcttlcr and Ida
Several articles are. te be chanced off,
including a barrel of flour and a fine chair.
The person selling the largest number of
tickets will have his or her picture painted
by a well-known artist at the expense of
the church. Over 1,000 tickets have been
sold already by persons who are contesting
for this picture.
This evening a night-blooming cereus,
belonging te Geerge Flick, which will
bloom te-night, will be en exhibition at the
I rum Our Regular Correspondent.
The financial statement of the Columbia
school district for the year ending June 2,
1SS0, shows the following :
Received ly tins Treasurer $ 11,8S7.36
in treasury Junes, 18S0 $
Resources, real estate ami personal
i property :
Head tax en freeholders, tenants and
The school beard will meet en Thursday
evening, the 17th inst., at 7 o'clock for the
purpose of electing teachers for the next
The Shawnee fire company Xe. 15 will
held a fair in Company II armory com
mencing en Saturday evening, the 12th
Mr. and Mrs. F.G. Stanley,teachers for a
number of years at the Columbia high
school, left yesterday for the state of
Miss Lizzie Boglc.ef West Chcstcr.is the
guest of Miss Leaii Painer.
C S. Kauffman, esq., Will commence en
Monday next at his quarries, situated be bo be
lew town, furnishing ballast te the Penn
sylvania railroad company. This will give
employment te about 50 of our idle men.
Mr. Jacob Dutenheffcr, an employee of
the Pennsylvania railroad as brakeman,
while engaged in coupling cars yesterday
had his left hand caught, and two lingers
The Republican nominations fell fiat
here. The Grant men arc disgusted and
the Blaine men disappointed. There was
a feeble ratification parade last evening,
and C. C. Kauffman, esq., secretary of the
Yeung Men's Republican club, made a
"curbstone" speech te a crowd in front of
the opera house, in which he claimed the
nomination te be a victory ever the bosses
and a black eye for Cameren in Pennsylva
nia. The Columbia Rifles celebrated their
first anniversary in Company II armory
last evening. The building was packed te
its utmost capacity. The drilling of the
company was geed, and the approbation of
the audience was expressed by frequent
Knights or 1'ytliias Parade.
Lancaster Division Ne. 0, U. R. of K. of
P., having received the white metal hel
mets they have adopted, will make their
first appearance up.):i our streets in parade
fully uniformed, en Thursday evening,
June 10. Clemmens's City band being en
gaged for the occasion gives the assurance
of excellent music. The division will form
en Prince street, in fremt of Fulton hall,
at G:I50 p. m., and inarch ever the follow
ing route : Prince te Chestnut, te Mul
berry, te West Kiug, te Prince, te Ger
man, te Seuth Queen, te Centre Square, te
East King, te Lime, te Chestnut, te Duke,
te Walnut, te North Queen, te Centre
Square, te West King, te hall and dismiss.
Sunday Sclioel Anniversary.
The fifth anniversary of Salem ( Church
of Ged ) Sunday sclioel took place last
evening, and was well attended consider
ing the political excitement that was going
en and the number of ether festivals being
held. The pregramme consisted of chor
uses by the choir, prayer by Rev. Jehn
Tucker, addresses and soles by pupils, and
ducts by Rev. Seule and daughter.
Givler, Bewers & Hurst, 25 East King Street,
ARE NOW OFFERING BARGAINS IN
Having a Choice Assortment of WOOLENS in all the New Styles of SUITINGS, COATINGS and TROUSERINGS,
all bought when goods were at the lowest prices, we are prepared te make SUITS, or any article of CLOTHING, at
the lowest possible prices. Satisfaction guaranteed in all cases.
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
in all the New Styles, at lowest prices. CSTWe invite examination.
GrIVLEB, BOWEKS & HTJEST,
25 East King Street, Lancaster, Pa.
LARCENY AND ASSAULT AND BATTEBV.
Earnest Ilenrlcci Beaten by Twe Yeung
Yesterday afternoon Jehn Drachbar and
Briee Painter, two young men who have
made their marks in police circles, get
drunk and went te the house of Ernest
Henricci, baker, en Middle street. They im
mediately went te the wagon of Mr. Hen
ricci, which was standing in the yard,
leaded with bread. They took a let
of the bread from the wagon and
were about carrying it off when Mr.
Henricci put in an appearance and
told them te step. They waited until
Henricci came up te them when one of
them knocked him down, after which
both gave him a severe beating. Hen
ricci had his wounds, which were quite
severe, dressed by a physician, after which
he went te the ellice of Alderman Don Den
nelly, of the Seventh ward, and made
complaint against the two men, charging
them with larceny and assault and bat
tery. In the evening Drachbar
was arrested somewhere along the
Conestoga creek by Oilicer Mcrringcr.
He was committed in default of bail for a
hearing, but later in the evening he fur
nished the necessary amount and was re
leased. Painter was captured en Middle
street, and being unable te give bail was
sent te jail. The men will be heard en
Friday. Beth Painter and Drachbar are
members of the crowd of young men
known as the "Star" club.
A Steer en the Rampage.
Frederick Banker, butcher, at 30 Nei th
Mary street, last evening drew a steer te
the slaughter block, but the windlass rope
broke and the infuriated animal get loose,
and rushing out into the stable yard
smashed te pieces a sleigh and made a lad
who was assisting Mr. Bunker flee for his
life. Finally Martin Metzreth, a trusty
shot, came te the rescue with his unerring
rifle and the steer was dispatched at long
Ellen Stewart, colereil, had a hearing
before Alderman Dennelly, of the Seventh
ward, en a drunken and disorderly conduct
charge, and was sent te jail for 10 days.
" llellinger's Cakes."
Ever since Wm. II. Belluipcr, of Lititz,
has been attending the NiSrthern market,
this city, where his stand is at Ne. 34 and
30, his cakes have been gaining favor with
the host of )Ceplc of goeod taste who
throng that bazaar. Mr. B. has a line
bakery, ice cream garden and confection
ery in Lititz, but the popularity of his
delicious cakes has created for them a
wonderful demand among the Lancaster
ladies, and as an illustration of this it may
be cited that of crullers alone he has sold
en the last eight market days
an aggregate of 9,759. His " lady cake "
is famous. and a tasteful and well-asserted
basket sent te the Intelligencer office
yesterday satisfied us that his sponge, ice
cream cake, devcr, chocolate, roll, jelly,
doughnuts, tea buns, cream cake, strcisler
cake, and ether varieties, rarc net a whit
"" """ Attractions at Astricli's.
The Messrs. Astrich,of the Lancaster Bazaar,
Xe. 13 Ksist Kin street, have been adding
some very line attractions te their large and
complete assortment of millinery, ladies'
goods and notions generally, te meet the de
mands of their rapidly growing business The
.stock has been very neatly and prettily ar
ranged, the lace department being especially
complete and handsome. Te be appreciated
it must be seen.
Fkem the Rockport, IniL, Runner. There is I
no medicine in the world which lias gained ,
such lame as St. Jacob's On. ; this is, however, I
net in the least astonishing, when we consider
its truly wonderful curative powers. Mr. 1' .
Redcnberg, of Grandview, called at our ellice
last week ami related the following circum
stances: I suffered with Rheumatism ter ever
six: years; ceusulted many physicians and
tried hundreds of remedies, but without avail.
Having seen St. Jacob's Oil advertised in
your paper, and heard of some most astonish
ing cures. I sent te Rockport for a bottle of the
Oil, and used it according te directions. The
relief I felt was almost "electric." I get bet
terat once, and new there is net a trace of
Rheumatism left in my body.
Mothers never fail te recommend Malt Hit
ters its nourishing and strengthening.
brought a multitude of ills upon humanity,
se saith the ancients; but n bottle of SOO
DOXTisa well-spring of joy in Hie family. It
refreshes the invalid by cleansing his mouth
and tits the belle for the parlor.
Shaving becomes a luxury when indulged in
daily with Cuticura Shaving Seap.
A tumor was removed from my head by
using ' Dr. Lindscy's Bleed Searcher.' " S.
Sarver. Pittsburgh, Pa. Sold by all druggists.
Trv Loeher's Renew ned Cough. Syrup.
Statistics prove that tweniy-nve percent,
of the deaths in our larger cities are caused by
consumption, and when we reflect that tills
terrible disease In its worst stage will yield te
a bottle of Loeher's Renowned Cough Syrup,
shall we condemn the sufferers ter their negli
gence, or pity them for their ignorance? Ne
0 East King street.
Frem a Distinguished Clergyman.
Washington, D. C, June 19, 1P79.
I have known of several persons who re
garded themselves as greatly benefited, ami
some of them as permanently cured of diseases
of the kidneys and urinary organs by your
medicine. Warner's Safe Kidney and Liver
Cure. I have known, tee, et its use in similar
cases by physicians et the highest character
and standing. I de net doubt that it has great
virtue. J. E. RANKIN.
"She Insists that it Is mere importance, that
her family shall be kept in full health, than
that she should have all the fashionable dresses
and styles of the times. She therefore sees te
it, that each member et her family is supplied
with enough Hep flitters, at the first appear
ance of any symptoms of ill heath, te prevent
a fit el sickness with Its attendant expense,
care and anxiety. All women should exercise
their wisdom in this way." Ed.
" :r tenes.
H. Z. RHOADS & BRO.
Prices always lower than City Prices.
We are prepared te fill orders for Hair Jewelry and Special
Werk at short notice from our own factory.
We have the mechanics and tools for first-class Watch and
Ne. 4 WEST KING STREET.
TOOTC AED ALTERATIVE!
The Celebrated Prescription of W. CHAMPION BROWNING, M. D.
FOR GENERAL DEBILITY AND PURIFYING THE BLOOD.
Perfectly Purifies the Weed, Enriches the Bleed, Reddens the Bleed, makes Xew Bleed,
Wonderfully 'Improves the Appetite, and Changes the Constitution Suffering from General
Debility into one of Vigorous Health. The best proof of its wonderful ellieacy is te be obtained
by a trial, and that simple trial strongly establishes it reputation with all.
-It is most scientifically and elegantly compounded by its author and sole proprietor,
W. OHAMPIOIj BROWNING, M. D.,
117 ARCH STREET, PHILADELPHIA, PA.
A regular graduate of Jeffersen Medical College, of Philadelphia, a thorough Chemist and
Skillful Pharmacist. Price, SOc and SI. OO. Fer sale by the Proprietor and all Druggists and
Dealers in Medicine. dl-lydeew&w
Use Kidney-Wert and rejoice in health. One
package makes six quarts of Medicine.
Try Lncher's Renowned Cough Syrup.
"When wise men speak let the multitude
give ear." Use "Sellers' Liver Pills." Sold I
by all druggists.
Try l.echcr's ficuewned Cough Syrup.
Mothers! Mothers!! Mothers!!!
Are you disturbed at night anil broken of
your rest by a sick child suffering and crying
with the excruciating pain of cutting teeth-.'
It se. go at once and getabettle of MRS. W INS
LOW'S SOOTHING SYRUP. Itwill relieve the
peer little sufferer immediately depend upon
it; there is no mistake about it. There is net a
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
ami health te the child, operating like magic.
It is perfectly safe te use in nil eases, and pleas
ant te the taste, and is the prescription of one
of the eldest and best female physicians and
nurses in the United States. Sold everywhere
ai cents a bottle. (ilT-lyd&wM.W&S
is the banc of nearly every American woman.
Frem it usually arises these disorders that se
surely undermine their health and strength.
Kvery woman ewes it te herself and te her
family te use that celebrated medicine. Kid
ney Wert. It is the sure remedy for constipa
tion, and for all disorders of the kidneys and
liver. Try it new. jeT-lwd.Vw
Try Leeker's Renowned Cough Syrup.
Weakly and Sickly Persons.
Many persons who are weak and sickly at
this .-caen of the year arc at a less loknew
i wnai win restore tneir ncaitn. n uas laieiy
I been found by experience that the use of
Specr's Pert Grape Wine is one of the best re
1 stemtivcs known. Physicians, clergymen and
I temperance advocates should encourage the
use of .Pert Grape and thus aid the caue of
i temperance and moderation. It is especially
recommended te families for its purity, ex
iiuisite tlaver and liealth nrepcrties. Medical
I men certify te its valuable medicinal powers.
Jl r. hpcer has been ler years engaged in the
raising et grapes and perfecting this wine, and
it requires a lour years process before it is lit
for market. X. Y. Raptitt.
This wine is endorsed by Drs. Alice and
Davis, and sold by II. K. Slaymaker, who has
procured some direct from the Vineyards. It
is excellent for females, especially for theic
with nursing infants. "jl-2wdw
Try Lechcr's Renowned Cough Syrup.
Snivr.LV Suaeffek. June 8, 18S0, in Trinity
church, by Rev. Dr. Grecnwald, Dr. Geerge G.
Shively, of CarlUle, te Miss Jennie M. Shaeffer.
daughter el the late Bart ram Slmcflcr, esq . el
Suter. In this city, June 8, 1880, Francis X.
Suter, aged GG years, 3 months and 25 days.
His relatives and friends are respectfully in
vited te attend the funeral from his late resi
lience, Xe. 50.1 Maner street, en Thursday
morning at 9 o'clock. Interment at St. Jeseph's
XE W Alt VEJITISEMEXTS.
Large stock of all kinds at wholesale city
prices te dealers.
JOIIX E. WEAVER,
jc?-Std r5 West King Street, Lancaster.
NSURK YOIIB PROPERTY WITH.
IJAUSMAX & BURNS,
Office : Xe. 10 West Orange Street.
ICE CREAM AND STRAWBIsKRI' I'KS
ti val at the Union Bethel, corner of Prince
and Orange streets, commencing this evening,
and te continue during the week. Admission
10 cents, which includes the ice cream.
1)KOruSAL! WILL BE RECEIVED AT
the Mayer's Office up te Thursday night,
at 8 o'clock, ter laying 50,000 bricks, mere or
less, in the bottom and sides of the east reser
voir. Specifications may be seen at the
By order of Water Committee.
JXO. T. MacGOXIGLE,
The Citv Superintendent will examine the
teachers of the public schools of this city who
neiu previsional ccruncatcs, mine nign school
building en Saturday, June 12, at 8 a.m.; and
applicants who have net taught heretofore at
the same place en Monday, June 14, at the
, By order of the Superintending Committee.
! B, K. B1TEHKLE,
' jeS-2td City Superintendent.
MA UK WIS.
Philadelphia, June!). Fleur dull, steady J
superfine AS 0.350; extra at$3 e1H Si; Ohie
and Indiana lamilv at $. nu5 75 : Penn'a
family I 7.VSi5 i: s"t. Leuis family f5.WiU00:
Minnesota family $187'(5 75 ; patent and high
grade" (! 50fi!7 51).
Rye flour at $4 59 J 75.
Cornmeal Brandy wine unchanged.
Wheat quiet ; Xe. 2 Western Red $1 31 ;
Penn'a Bed $1 i)?l 31 ; Amber $1 30I Si.
Cern linn; steamer 5-J5."!c; yellow 54c;
Oats steady ; Xe. 1. White. 43Ji)lc ; Xe. -1, de
Yl-y, ; Xe.3, de4040e: Xe. t. Mixed 38c.
Rye dull; Western anil Pa. 83g80c.
Previsions quiet; miss perk at SI 175;
beef hams 171800; India m.ss beet tr,(vlC,M ;
bicon.sineked shoulders 5J45e; salt 444c;
smoked hamsl0llc; pickled iinni fn,.gi!c.
Lard quiet ; city kettle 7M7Jc ; loose
butchers (ic; prime steam $u!57.
Rutter dull except fancy grades; Creamery
extra, 20-Jlc ; Bradford Ceuntv and
Xew Yerk extra. 1819c ; "Western
Reserve extra. Ufbliic : de geed te choice, 129
lie; Rolls dull; Penn'a extra 1013; Western
reserve extra 1013c.
Eggsfirmer; Penn'a 14c; Western l2313e.
Cheese firm ; Xew Yerk factory 13c: West
ern lull cream, HJc: de fair te geed 10illc;
de halfskims IO10Jc.
Petroleum firm ; refined S'c.
Whisky active at a deciiuu at $1 10.
Seeds Geed te prime Timethy dull at $2 75
,t : r laxseeu atl fc.
New Yerk Market.
Nbw Yerk, June !). Fleur State and West
ern quiet; without any decided change;
superfine stale $3 504 40; extra
de 3 M)j4 50; choice de $4 5555 00;
fancy $5 50i( 00; round hoop Ohie $ 4 Cu5 00 ;
choice de $5 10(ja; superfine western J3 50
4 40: common te geed extra de $3 90 1 00;
choice dodo $1705 00; choice white wheat de
4 .5tf5 00; Southern quiet: common te fail
extra 5570: geed te choice de 5 75Q0 75.
Wheat Spring dull and nominal ; Winter
dull and a shade lower; Xe. 2 Bed, $1 104 ;
de July, $1 19.J41 1 20.
Cern lower and dull : Mixed western snot,
5Ai53Kc; de future 513Sc.
Oiit-nieuvy ; Xe. 2 June 40c ; de July I0;f7!10lc ;
8tate4216c; Western 40lCc.
Beef null and prices unchanged.
Perk firmer ; new mess $17 5u.
Lard quiet and firm ; steam rendered $7 fit.
Whisky dull ; Western $1 OS&l 09.
Spirits of turpentine dull at 4t'J45c.
12:30 r. m.
1:00 p. M.
Pennati's (third issue)..
Philadelphia & Erie....
United Ces. et X.J
" Preferred ....
Lehigh Navigation 27j
Central Transportation Ce. 48
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and local rains.
What U Said When Officially Informed
Chicago, June 9. Near midnight the
committee appointed by Senater Hear te
wait en Generals Garfield and Arthur, and
notify them of their nomination, found
them in the club room of the Grand Paci
fic hotel, and Senater Hear, as chairman,
made an appropriate speech.
General Garfield replied : "Mr. Chair
man and gentlemen I assure you that the
information you have officially given
te me brings the sense of
very grave responsibility, and especially
ly se in view of the fact that
I was a member of your body ; a fact that
could net have existed with propriety had
l iiau the slightest expectation that my
name would be connected with the nemi
nation for the office. I have felt with
you great solicitude concerning the situa
tion of our party during the struggle, but
believing that you are correct in assuring
me that substantial unity has been reached
in the conclusion, it gives me gratification
far greater than any personal pleasure your
announcement can bring. I accept the
trust committed te my hands. As te the
work of our party, and as the character
of the campaign te be entered upon, I
will take an early occasion te reply mere
fully than I can properly de te-night. I
thank you for the assurance of confidence
and esteem you have presented te me, and
hope we shall see our. future as premising
as are the indications te-night."
Senater Hear in the same manner pre
sented the nomination te Gen Arthur,
who accepted it in a brief and informal
llnw rlrnnt Tftr.lr It.
Chicago. June 9. The Times of this
morning prints the following : " Galena,
111., June 8. Gen. Grant was at Gen.
Rawling's office as usual this afternoon re
ceiving dispatches. When the news of
Gen. Garfield's nomination was received he
said it was all right, he was satisfied, and
seen after he left for home."
New Orleans Press Opinion.
New Orleans, La., May 9. The Times
says :" Gen. Garfield is a very fairrcpre.
sentative of the better element of the Re
publican party, superior te most of
his competitors at Chicago in mental
force, and equal te them in ether essen
tial attributes, lie was somewhat spat
tered by the Credit Mebilier scandal, but
it did net stick sufficiently te impede this
The Picayune says the nomination of
Gen. . Garfield relieves the country from
the apprehensions of dangers involved in
a third term, and refers te the De Golyer
and Credit Mebilier scandals, and says :
" But Garfield is, all these reasons te the
contrary, a strong candidate and a
party favorite, and will heal its dissen
sions and poll the full Republican
vote. He will net be easily defeated. That
the Democrats aie under the necessity of
cither yielding victory or nominating a
man who will carry every Democratic state
in the union, the whole Seuth, Xew Yerk
A Motte That .Means Nothing.
Chicago, June 9. Senater Wagner's
party left here this morning for New
Yerk. Their car is decorated with flags
and the motto " Xew Yerk solid for Gen"
.1. A. Garfield of Ohie."
Yerk Completes the Ticket.
Yerk, Pa., June 9. The Democratic
county convention did net get through
until midnight last night. E. D. Zicglcr
was nominated for district attorney en the
third ballet. Adam F. Griesy was
elected chairman of the Democratic ceun
ty cemmittc, receiving 87 votes te 153 for
Gee. E. Sherwood, who had voted for the
riot damage bill. The etheT nominees of
the convention will be found in our news
Hendricks 1'resident of the Indiana State
Indianapolis, June 9. The Demo
cratic state convention met this morning
and Thes. A. Hendricks was elected jer
Adjournment Probable en tli lOlli.
Washington, June 9. In the Senate
tha Heuse resolution providing for ad
journment June 10, was amended te read
rOJi SALE OU RENT.
1)VlllAV SALK OF VALUAULK REAL
KSTATK. Pursuant te an order of the
Orphans' Court of .Lancaster Count', Pa., will
1 i-old nt public sale, ut the public house of
Philip Wall, en West Kin,' street, en TIIIXKS
DAY, the 10th day of JUNE, A. 1). 1880, the fol
lowing described real estate, late of Frederick
Heller, deceased, te wit : All that certain let
or piece of ground with a two-story and attic
liUICK DWELLING HOUSE thereon erected,
situated en Marietta Avenue, Ne. 17, In the
city of Lancaster, Pa., containing in front en
Marietta Avenue 'Zi feet, mere or less, and ex
tending in depth te a public alley ! feet, mere
or less. Hounded en the west by property of
D. O. Baker, en the east by property of Jehn
Oraham, an the north by the aforesaid alley,
and en the south by Marietta Avenue. The
improvements are a two-story lirick Dwelling
Heuse with Frame Kitchen attached, a well of
never-failing water with pump therein, grape
vine, and ether necessary improvements.
Sale te commence at 7K o'clock p. m. en said
day, when attendance wfll be given and con
ditions made known by
W. II. ROLAND,
ml9-3wdWSS Trustee in Partition.
'UK 1IOAKD OF SCHOOL. OIKECTOKS
of the Lancaster City District will meet
Thursday evening, June 17, for the purpose of
electing teachers for the ensuing term of ten
months. Applicants for positions must pre
sent their certificates te the Secretary of the
Heard prier te that date.
C. f. KBKRMAN,
"jOTIUK TO STOCKHOLDERS.
Chestnut Hill Inex Ore Ce., May -2D. 1SS0.
The annual election of Directorset this com
pany will be held at their efllce In Columbia,
Lancaster county. Pa., en Thursday, the 17th
day et June, at 11 o'clock a. m.
E. F. HATFIELD, Jit..
AMENDMENT TO VHAKTEK OF LAN
easier Heme Mutual Fire Insurance Com
pany. Netice is hereby given that application has
been made te the Court of Common Pleas of
Lancaster county te grunt certain amendment
te charter of Lancaster Heme Mutual Fire In
surance Company, new tiled in Prothenotary's
Otflcc, and motion ter decree granting the
same will be made en the 21st day of June, A.
D. 1880, at 10 o'clock a. m.
WM. It. WILSON,
Solicitors for the Lancaster Heme Mutual Fire
Insurance Company. m26-3wdM,WAS
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