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LANCASTER DAILY 1NTELLIGENCJER. HHDAY, JUNE.1L 1880.
held by Deputy Corener Carpenter. De
ceased leaves a family of grown-up chil
dren. The funeral took place te-day.
The coroner's jury, A. J. Ream, Jehn
Krime, H. R. Eberly, Christian Keller, J.
B. Hacker and Daniel Eberly, rendered a
verdict in accordance with the fact.
The Baptist Festival.
The festival for the benefit of the First
Baptist church commenced in the church
last evening and was very well attended
ceusideiing the inclemency of the weather.
The room is tastefully decorated and the
several tables arc leaded with berries,
fruits, creams and confections. Table Ne.
1 is in charge of Mrs. Brackbill, assisted
by Mrs. Saleme Flick, Miss Annie Brack
bill and Miss Lizzie Fry. On this table is
a I.irge and handsome cake te be voted
for between the employees of the Penn
iron works and the employees of the Best,
Table Ne. 2 is in chaige of Mis. J. II.
Bey, assisted by Miss Allie Pcnnypacker,
Mrs. Urban and Miss Addie Kahl. A prom
inent feature in the fine display en this
table is a large pyramid cake te be voted
f.tr between the cleiks in the stoic of
Williamson & Fester, and the cleiks in the
New Yeik store.
Table Ne. ' is devoted te stiawbcriics
and ice cream, and is in charge of Mia.
Ellen Slireincr, assisted by Miss Sallie
Shreiucr and Miss Emma Kahl. The dis
play of benies and cieam is very line
and ucll-calculatcd te tempt the appetite
Table Ne. 4, piesided ever by Miss
De'Jge. assisted by Miss Lizzie Weaver,
contains every variety of confectionery.
At this table is a line silver comet te be
voted for between the Citizens' band and
gjT.ilile Ne. 5 abounds in fiuits and cake
.ind is in charge r Mis. Fitzgerald, assist"
crt by Missu Sallie Rhine and t mma Price.
The jiiistellicc depaituicut is in charge of
Miss t'laia White, aided by an eflicicnt
corps of letter carriers.
Near by is the Gipsy camp, wheie Mish
Virginia Stouter, the queen of the Gipsies,
may lie consulted en all matters of the
pist, pieent and futuie, and will give as
much satisfaction te her patiens as can be
obtained from any ether fei tune-teller.
Te-night the Citizens' band will be in
attendance, and the line grounds in the
rear of the chinch will be biilliantly illu
minated. T11K I5()VI ROISIIKRY
Tfie Accused Committed for Trial.
James Tobin, alias Freeman Rea, who is
charged with having been concerned in the
robbery of Dr. J. O. Boyd's ellice. Ne. 11
Seuth Queen street, en the night of June
21). 1878, had a hearing bcfeie Alderman
Spun ier this morning, and in default of
bail was committed te answer at ceuit.
Thee. Martin, colored, identified Tobin as
the man who was in company with Jehn
Diamond in Mai tin's b.u her shop, en the
night of the robbery ; and it was also in
evidence that Tobin and Diamond were to
gether in Columbia a few days bcfoie the
robbery, and were there attested as tramps
under assumed names. It will be recol
lected that Diamond was tiicd and con
victed of the lebbeiy and is new solving
a tenn of impiisenment for his offense, in
the county jail. Tobin disappeared after
the rebbeiy and was net afteiw.uds seen
in the city, up te the time of his arrest a
few days age.
ui: gelier clur.
The Second Ward I'lrst in the l'leld.
Last evening in pursuance of notice
given, about GO of the faithful met at the
Lancaster County house for the purpose
of organizing a campaign club in the in
terest of De Golyer Gai field and the
Jehn D. Skiles was chosen president ;
Ed. Edgeiley, county register, and seveial
ethers wei c named vice pieesidents, F. R.
Diflendeiller tieasuier, and Clem. Ken
nedy (who counted out Sammy GreiF),
Wm. D. Weaver, esq., was the oiater of
the evening, and cengi-atulat ed his heaicis
en the defeat of Giant, Blaine and Sherman
and the consolidation of the paity under
the bread banner of De Golyer Garfield
and Custom Heuse Aithur whose trium
phant success he predicted, because the
Democrats had no piemiucnt candidates
te put against them. The De Gelyeritcs
wcie by no means enthusiastic and ap
peared te take Mr. Weaver's rosy state
ment of the case with many grains of al
Attempt te Fire a Stable.
Last night between 10 and 11 o'clock, an
attempt was made te burn a frame stable
belonging te the estate of Christian Bine,
deceased, ami situated en the west side of
Shippcn street, between Orange and East
Kiug. The liic was discevcicd by Patrick
Chciry, who was driving his coach past
the stable at the time en his way te the de
pot with passengers. About thetimehesaw
the lire he gave the alarm and saw a man
running from the building. James Mc
Keuna, who lives in the vicinity, heard
-the alarm, and he ran te the building with
Mr. Cherry. They broke open the deer
leading te Shippcn street and found a
piece of burning waste lying en a beaul
under the deer. The fire was easily ex
tinguished and no damage was done what
ever. An al.um was given and seveial fue
companies ran their machines out, but
their service was net needed.
Messrs. D. B. Landis, Jeseph Obeiholt Obeihelt
zer, Jehn M. Shultz, Jehn Evaus and
Christian Hershey, directors of the peer
of Lancaster county, accompanied by
Superintendent Cox, Steward Breck,
Owen P. Brickcr, esq., solicitor, and Mr.
Georce Spun ier, treasuier of the beard,
left Lancaster en Wednesday and paid an
official visit te the almshouse, hospital
and ether public institutions of Dauphin
and Cumberland counties. They were le
ccived and cordially welcomed by the
directors e the counties named, and at
Carlisle visited the Indian school.
Started for Kurepe.
Hcimau Ilirsh, wife and daughter left
this city en the day express last evening
for New Yerk, from which city they sail
for Europe to-merro it. A large number
of friends were at the depot te wish the
party a pleasant trip and a safe return.
Jeseph Krcidcr has finished the census
enumeration for Third ward, west of Duke
street, and counts 1,087 populatien'in it.
Jehn Griel caught a bass 18 inches long
and weighing about thiee pounds, with a
minnow bait, under the big bridge.
Of the 85,000 appropriation for unpaid
city labereis of last year, Treasurer Welch
ans jesterday paid out 54,984, and about
$G00 of bills remain unsatisfied.
The childicu's entertainment at St.
Mary's church festival was a grand suc
cess last night, and at 8 o'clock this even
ing the young ladies will give a fine ex
hibition of tableaux.
In the scramble of some emigrants te
get en the way passenger train this morn
ing at the P. It. R. depot, a young girl
was tin own heavily te the fleer, her head
sti iking upeii the railroad track, stunning
her se .seveiely that she could net help
herself. She was pulled from under the
car just in time te pi event the wheels
from going ever her. The train was
stejiped and the gill carried aboard before
her name or the extent of her injuiies
The mayor sent one drunk te jail for 15
dasaud dischaigcd another. Aid. Alex.
Dennelly dismissed the charge of carrying
concealed deadly weapons against Alex.
Lcamau and sent him te jail for drunken
and diseiderly conduct.
The Iiensides baseball club will go te
Millcisville en a special car at 1 p. m. to
morrow te play the ictmn game tith the
By the explosion of a cinder buggy at
the Penn iien weiks List night the reef of
the puddle mill was set en fiie. It was
extinguished by the employees before any
gteat damage had been done.
The healing of Jehn Di.ichb.ir and
Biice 1'aititer, for their assault en Ernest
Ileniici, te have come off bcfeie Aldeimau
Dennelly te-day, was defcned until next
Thin sday. as the serious condition of Ilen
rici pievented him from appealing te-day-
The Lutheran Leral siind.ij-M'lM'itl V muni muni
teon. A "fine time" was enjoyed ycsteiday
by some of the Sunday-school weikeis of
the Lutheran chinches in and around Lan
caster. It was proposed te held a meet
ing of the pastors, officers and tcacheisef
these schools in elder te consult as te their
pregiess and te the best modes and means
for ensuring success. Papers were read
and adui esses delivered upon the following
subjects, viz. : "What are the defects in
our piesent Sunday-school system, and
what de you suggest by way of leincdy ?"
by Rev. L. Greenwald, D. I). "The
dutyef the Sunday .school te the mission
ary cause,' by Rev. E. L. Reed, who also
presided at these sessions. " What is the
lel.itien of the Sunday-school te the
chinch V' by Rev. A. I5eig. "What con
stitutes a tiuly Lutheran Sunday-school ?'
by Rev. A. B. Maikley. "Teachers
Mectings,'MyMr. Alfied A.IIubley. "The
position of Sunday-school teacher,'" by Mr.
B. Frank S.iyler. " The gYading of a
Sund-vy-schoel," by Mr. A. II. Ball. "Hew
te conduct an infant school," by Mr. E. J.
Erisman. All the points wcie well made
and skillfully tieatcd. It was indeed a
benefit te have been present at any or all
of these meetings.
Wili I vsisen' .1 I'esn.it hue ne.uly 500 de.en
stiau li. its left at picscnt, and the leductien iu
pliers li is been se fiie.it tli.it many et them are
new selling ler Ic-s than m.inufaetuiei's
pim. M Vm-1 hingsticct.
A WOSDEUVUI, KIXORK.
Mj I lads of se-called "specifics'' and ' cines"
ter KlK-uni.iti-.tii have nhc.idy been Itieuglit
beleie Hie publie. and many of them have
een been cndeised by the ci'UHlciteet re
spectable and prominent citiens, vlie have
(lei heel benefit lieui such piep.uatieiis. There
is no doubt tli.it a gie.it many of thec " Lini
ments," "Oils," etc., se widely advcitiscd and
fieely recommended for ltheumutisin and pain
ful complaints el asinnlai natuie, have genu
ine meiit, anil will ielice eeit.mi types et the
complaints named: but w lien Rheumatism,
Neuralgia, and kindred diseases have become
ehieiue and threaten serious lesiilts, you may
icst us&uicd Unit they will help but veiy little.
Although net leeemmeuded as "infallible,"
the peculiar qualities of svr. .Jaceii's Oil espe
cially adapt it te the-tc eases w lilch may be
leiiued "ehienie'' and which have picvieiisly
withstood all known "specilics"' as well as the
picsciiptiens el the best physicians.
We would mention, as an example, the case
of A. Ileilman, editor of the Pittsbuigh Re
publican, he suffered with Klieumatism for
twejeais. After vainly Using all the best ie-
com mended lemedies, and exhausting t lie skill
of the most expeucneed physician-), without
even temporary relief, it lequired only two
bottles et st. J . eit's Oil te eltect a permanent
euie. Mr. C Hanni, a well-knew n citizen of
Youngstown, Ohie, seemed for his wife, who
ter twele years had been a constant sufferer
lieni Neuralgia in the head, the sen ices et the
nlilcst physicians of the land, but they were
unable te de anything ler her; half u bottle of
Si. Jaceii's On. cured her. Mr. Wm. Rcinhant,
EIuieic, Wis., lepeits the ease of a neighbor
who for twenty-four years had suffered se tor ter
libly with Rheumatism that, at times, she
could h.udly mee aieuud: a lew bottles of
St. .I.( oil's Oil cuied linn. "Te cap the cli
m ix',"' however. Mr. A. Neigei, et Taylorville,
I'll., w i itc, that his mother, who had been a
continual sufleier with Rheumatism for the
past tliiity yeais, used one bottle of St.
.Jacii's Oil, and was immediately lelievedef
alt pain. These aie icsulLs v. liieli truly de
bci re te be bieught te public notice ; but they
aie net exceptions, as will be seen by the nu
mei eus ether certificates trem all jvirts of the
United States. It should he the duty el every
oneleeall the attention et hissufleiing tiiends
and neighbors te tins wonderfully etlieacietis
pi eparatien, especially us the low puce el 30
cents a bottle places it w itlun the I each el all
persons, ueh and peer.
Neiveu- debility, weakness and decline pie
entcd by a timely use of Malt Ilitteis.
bieught a multitude of ills upon humanity,
se s.iith the aucicuts; but a bottle of SOZO
DOXT is a well-spiiuget joy in the family. It
relreshes tlie invalid by cleansing his mouth
and fits the belle for tlie pallor.
Geueial Butlei acknowledges te have been
neatly sli.ied with Cuticura Saving Seap.
"She insists that it is meie impeitancc, that
hei family shall be kept in lull health, than
tint she should ha call the tashienable di esses
and styles of the tunes. he theicfeiu sees te
it, that each member et her family is supplied
with enough Hep Bitters, at the Hist appear
ance of any symptoms of ill heath, te prevent
a fit et sickness with its attendant expense,
caie and anxiety. All w omen should exeieise
then wisdom in this way." Ed.
Use Kidney-Weit and lejeice in health. One
package makes six quarts of Medicine.
Frem m Distinguished Clercyman.
Washimiten-, 1). c, June 19, 1871).
1 h.ue known of scleral persons who ro re
gaidcd themselves as gieatly benefited, and
some of them as permanently cured of diseases
of the kidneys and urinary organs by your
medicine. Warner's Sate. Kidney and Liver
Cure. I have known, tee, el its use in similar
cases by physicians et the highest cliaractcr
and standing. I de net doubt that It has gi cat
virtue. J. E. RANKIN.
Try Lecher's .Renowned Cough Syrup.
Tumors, erysipelas, mercurial diseases,
scrofula, and general debility cured by "'Dr.
Lindscy VBloed Searcher.' "
Dr. Browxnre's Tonic and Alterative Is the
popular Bleed Purifier, Tonic, etc., because it
Is made by a Regular Graduate of Medicine, is
the result of scientific research, is accurately
and elegantly compounded, wonderfully effi
cacious, Is taken in very small doses, and in
pure, clean, and pleasant te the taste. Price
SO cents and $1. Fer sale by the Proprietor, W.
Champien Browning, 31. D., 1117 Arch Stieet,
Philadelphia and all Druggists.
Mothers! Mothers!! Mothers!!!
Are you disturbed at night and broken el
your rest by a sick child sullering and erying
with the excruciating pain of cutting teeth?
It se, go at once and get a bottle Of MRS. WINS
LOW'S SOOlTIING SYRUT. It will relieve the
peer little &ullerer immediately depend upon
it ; there is no mistake about it. 1 here is net a
mother en earth w he has ever used It, who will
net it'll you at once that it will legulate the
bowels, ami give rest te the mother, and relief
and health te the child, operating like magic.
It is pei fectly safe te use in all cases, and pleas
ant te the taste, and is the prescription et one
et the eldest and best female physicians and
nuics iu the United Suites. Sold everywhere
25 cents a bottle. fJ17-lyd&w3I.W&S
seciet et pel feet health is invariably
by these who take "Sellers' Liver
Try Leeher'n "Renowned Cough Syrup.
is the banc e nearly every Ainciican w eiiiiin.
Ftein it usually arises these dUerdeis that se
surely undermine their health and strength.
Eveiy woman ewes it te herself and te her
family te use that celebrated medicine, Kid
ney Wert. It is tlie sure remedy for constipa
tion, and for all diseiders of the kidneys and
liver. Try it new. 1e7-lvd&w
Try I.echer's Keneu neil Cough Syrup.
'Weakly and Sickly Persons.
Many peisens who are weak and sickly at
this season of the year aie at a less te knew
what will restore their health. It has lately
been found by expeilenee that the use of
is peel's 1'eit Giape Wine is one et the best re
storatives known, l'liysfeians, clergymen and
temperance adecates should encourage the
use of Tort Grape and thus aid the cause of
temperance and moderation. It is especially
leeemmeuded te lamllies ler its puiity, ex
quisite U.iver and health in eperties. Medical
men eeitily te its al nuble medicinal powers.
Mr. Spccr lias been ler yeais engaged iu the
raising of grapes and perfecting this wine, antl
it lcquhcsa lour ears pieeess beleie it is lit
lermaiket. X. 1. Jluptiit.
This wine is endeised by Dis. Atlee and
Davis, and sold by II. K. Slaymakcr, w he has
piecured seniedueef from tlie Vineyards. It
is excellent ler females, especially ler these
witli nursing infants. il-'Jwd&w
Try Lecher's Kenewned Cough hyiup.
Trv I.echei's Kenewned Cough Syrup.
Statistics pieve that twenty-nve percent,
of the deaths in our larger cities aie caused by
consumption, and when we lellect that this
teruble disease iu its w erst stage w ill yield te
a bottle et Lecher's Kenewned Cough Syiup,
shall we condemn thcsutreiers ter their negli
gence, or pity them for their ignorance .' Ne
ft Last King stieet.
DEMOCRATIC STATE T1CKKT.
FOIl BUrKEMK .UTDOE.
FOIl AUIIITOK OENEIIAI.
i:ei;i:i:t v. dlcheut.
lUJSIOCKATlC COUNTY TICKKT.
FOU DISTIUCT ATTOr.MJT.
VOU SKNATOIl (l.ltll IlISTIUCT.)
J. li. DOUGLASS.
VOU ASSEMBLY (2d DISTIUCT.)
S. C. STEVENSON,
VOU ASSEMI1LY (itd IlISTIUCT.;
It. DAVIS YUNDT,
.JACOI5 M. IIAENLEN.
for rmseN msrECTeus.
15AKTON M. WINTEIt
FOB TOOK DIUECTOllS.
LANCASTER COUNTV Al'POINTMKNTS.
IILLIOATESTO ATIONAL COSVENTIOX-.
W. V. IIENSEL.
E. S. IIAMRKIGIIT
C. .1. K1IOADS.
.IAMES G. McSl'AKKAN.
STTE OMMITTEE XIEMIIEICt.
Tlie duplicate efuty taxes is new m the
hands of the Treasuier. Kive per cent, abate
ment will be allowed en all taxes paid en or be be
eoie Julv 1, 1SSU L WELCIIANS,
IT I Willi
open the Union Iltcl. Ne. SSand :
Past Chestnut stieet. with .schooners en Sat-
mday evening. JOHN BANSING.
TCE CREAM AND STRAWBERRY FES- j
L tival tills ami te-morrow evening, at me
West Mission M. E. chapel, Charlette stieet
near Lemen. Tickets 10 cents, which entitles
the holder te ice cream or straw berries. It fi
.- ,. . IVVIkfTTYilV 1W 1ITU( 1
JT We this moment received information
that Messrs. Cehen & Bre.. f the Philadelphia
One Price steie. A East King stieet. aie new
having their grand clearance sale in Men's, i
Beys and Children's Straw Hats, which they 'J
are new closing out at rctiuccu raies.
ICE CREAM ANDSTRAWBERR1 FESTI
VAL. Will be held at the First Baptist
emu eh, en Thursdav. Fiiday, and Saturday
evenings et this week, wheie an cnievablc
iiine in.iv be expected. Tickets 10 cents, in
cluding Ice Cream. jell 2td
"ITAYl HAY!! HAY!!!
FIFTY TONS Ne. 1 TIMOTHY HAY,
STEIGERWALT & SON'S,
SM NOUTII WATER STREET.
Flags and Chinese Lanterns for 4th of July
Celebration. Te Storekeepers We have lit
stock a complete line et FIRE-WORKS, Paper
Caps and Pistols, Blank Cat tridges and Pistols,
Chinese Lanterns, Flags, jfce. which we are
piepaieil to'jebat bottom piices. Wc 'invite
dealers te give us a call before purchasing.
I). S. BURSK. Grocer,
ltd 17 East King Stieet.
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES,
FLINN & BRENEMAK'S.
Croquet, Base Balls and Bats, Chinese Tey
Bemb Shells, Paper Cap Pistols, and ether
.seasonable Goods, at
Fill & Breieiau's,
152 North Queen Street,
T In large or small amounts. $25 or $20,000
Write W. T. SOULE & CO., Commission Mer
chants, 130 La Salle street, Chicago, IU., for cir
H. Z. RHOADS '&. BRa-
MANUFACTURING, . -r -7" -
' 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:
SALK OF BOKSKS.
GEOKGE GKOSSMAN will Ml two car
leads of Canada Horses, t Fred. Itrinmier'.s
Liverv Stables, en Monday, .lime 14, at 1
o'clock . m. 1el(V3td
ICE CREAM AM) STltAWlJtKKl'FES
tival 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.
Jj Large stock et" all kinds at wholesale city
prices te dealers.
JOHN E. WEAVE K,
55 West King ijtrect, Lancaster.
E. McCAlVN, AUCTIONi:ER OF REAL
Estate and Personal l'renertv. Oiders
left at Ne. :!." Charlette street, or at tlie Klack
Herse Hetel, 44 and 46 North Queen street, will
receive prompt attention. Bills made out and
ttenileil te without additional cost. e'J7-lv
fTIHE BOARD OF SCHOOL. DIRECTORS
J. of the Lancaster City District will meet
Thursday evening, June 17, ler the purpose et
electing teachers for the ensiling tci in of ten
months. Applicants ler positions must pie
sent their certificates te the Secretaiy of the
Beaid pner te that date.
AMENDMENT TO- CHARTER OF LAN
caster Heme Mutual Fire Insurance Com
pany. Netice Is heiebv given that application has
been made te the Court of Common Pleas et
Lancaster county tegrantcertainaiiiendments
te charter of Lancaster Heme Mutual Fire In
surance Company, new Hied in l'rothenotary's
Oflice, and motion ter decree granting the
same will be made en the 21st day of June, A.
li. 1KS0, at 10 e cieck a. m.
WM. It. WILSON,
Solicitors ler the Lancaster Heme Mutual File
Insurance Company. in2fi-3wdM,W&S
A.MEI1. EVERYBODY TO ADVER-
tise. free of chanre. in the Intelligen
cer, who wants something te de.
IXfANTED A CARRIACiE TRIMMER
M en Tep Buggy Werk. Bring tools with
you, at the Novelty Cariiage Works, Wilming
"ten, Del. ltd
ytf A X'TKD-THRE E
II .tiaiccis. .ppiyui
JOHN P. WOLF'S.
J14 North Mulberry Street.
TAGS! RAGS! RAGS! RAGS WANTED
Jt Heusckeepeis take notice that we are
paying 2 cents a pound for MIXED K AGS.
Cash paid as seen as delivered te
apr9 Sniil Ne. 2Vi West King Street.
INSTATE OF ANN McCORT, LATE OF
Lancaster citv. deceased. Letters testa
mentary en saiu estate Having eeen gninieu
te the undei-sighed, all persons Indebted te
said decedent are requested te make immedi
ate settlement, and these having claims or de
mands against the estate et said decedent, te
make known the same te the undersigned
without delay. lesidingin Lancaster eitv.
KEV. A. F. KAl'L.
INSTATE OF JACOB STAUFFEIt, LATE
it of Lancaster city, deceased. Letters of
administration en said estate lia ing been
granted te the undersigned, all peisens indebt
ed thereto requested te make immediate pay
ment, and these having claims or demands
against tnc same win present tnem wiiiiem
delay for settlement te the undersigned.
F. II. STAUFFEK.
DAVID McN. STAUFFEK,
or te Administratei .
A. ('. ItEiteBiiL, Att'y. je.'ttitdeaw
TESTATE OF FRANCIS X.
Jji of Lancaster city, deceased. Letters
i.iuiejiiai v uii saiu esiaie iiiiviiiu ueeii 1111111:11
te the uiniersigned, all persons indebted theie theie
te aie icquested te make immediate payment,
and these having claims or demands against
Tlie same will pi csent them without delay ler
settlement te the undersigned, residing in
Lancaster city. Pa ROSA SUTEII,
B. F. Davis, Att'y. Eecutiix.
INSTATE OF MARYMULVANY, LATE OF
J the nty of Lancaster, deceased. Letters
i et administration en said estate having been
'l-.uited 10 the uudersiirned. all uersens in
debted theiete are requested te make immedi
ate payment, and these having claims or de
mands against the same will present them
w itheut Ielay ler settlement te the undei sign
ed, lesiding in the city of Lancaster.
J NO. A. COYLE,
INSTATE OF JAMES BOUAN, LATE OK
JJ tlie City of Lancaster, deceased. Letters
testamentaiy en said estate having been
granted te the undersigned, all persons in
debted te said decedent are requested te make
immediate settlement, and these having claims
or demands against the estate et said decedent
te make knew ii the same without delay te the
INSTATE OF JAMES W. RHEY, LATE
Ji of Lancaster City, deceased. Letters et ad
ministration en said estate having been grant
ed te the undersigned, all persons indebted
thereto aie requested te make immediate pay
ment, and these having claims or demands
against the same will present them without de
lay ler settlement te the undersigned, or her
attorney, J. L. Meiiimetz.
J. L. Steimietii, Att'v. m27-0tdeaw
EVT ATE OF MICHAEL MALONE, LATE
of Lancaster city, deceased. Letters tes
tamentary en said estate having been granted
te the uiniersigned, all persons indebted there
to are requested te make immediate payment,
and these having claims or demands against
the same will present them without delay ter
settlement te the undersigned, residing in
COL. EDWARD McGOVERN,
W. L. PEIPER,
Gee. M. Kline, Att'y. Executers.
ESTATE OF LOREMZ SCHILLING, LATE
of Lancaster citv. Pa., deceased. Letters
et administration, with the will annexed, en
said estate having been granted te the uinier
signed, all person indebted te said decedent
arc requested te make immediate settlement,
and these having claims or demands against
the estate et said decedent te make knew n the
same te the undersigned without delay, resid
ing in Lancaster city.
ROSE RAPP, Administratrix,
B. F. Davis, Attorney. my37-5tdeaw
INSTATE OF ANNA M. XVEIDLEK,
li late et the City of Lancaster, deceased.
Letters et administration en said estate hav
ing been granted te tlie undersigned, all per
sons indebted te said decedent are requested
te make immediate settlement, and these hav
ing claims or demands against tlie same, will
present them without delay for settlement te
tlie undersigded, residing in Lancaster City.
MRS. E? E. PATTERSON,
J. W. F. Swift. Administratrix.
INSTATE OF HUGH CORCORAN, LATE
lit of Lancaster city, deceased. Letters of
administration en said estate having been
granted te the undersigned, all persons Indebt
ed thereto are requested te make immediate
payment, and these having claims or demands
against the same will present them without
delay for settlement te the undersigned, re
siding in Lancaster.
MICHAEL B. CORCORAN,
JCj Late et Cele rain township, deceased, Lan
caster county, Pa. All persons' indebted te
said estate are requested te make immediate
payment, and these having legal claims
against the same will present them without
delay in nreper order for settlement te
AMUEL SHIMP, Administrator,
Bart P. O- Lancaster County, Pa.
Brandy as a Medicine.
The following article was voluntarily sent te
Mr. II. E. aUymaker, Agent for Keigart's Old
Wine Stere, by a prominent practising physi
cian et this county, w he lias extensively used
the Brandy leferred te in his regular practice.
It is commended te the attention of these af
Indigestion and Dyspepsia.
BRANDY AS A MEDICINE.
This new much abused Alcoholic Stimulant
was never intended as a beverage, but te be
used as a medicineef great potency in the cure
of some et the destructive diseases w liieli
sweep aw ay their annual thousands of victims.
With a purely philanthropic motive we pre
sent te the laveruuie notice et invalids espe
cially these atliictcd witli that miserable dis
ease Dyspepsia, a specific remedy, which is
I nothing meie or less than
The aged, wftli teeble appetite and mere or
less debility, will lind this simple medicine,
when used pieperly.
, A Sovereign Remedy
or alt their Ills and aches. Be it, however
sti ictly understood that we prescribe and use
I bul one article, and that is
REIGAIIT'S OLD BRANDY,
Sold by our enterprising jeung fiiend, II. E
SLAYMAKEK. This Brandy has steed tlie
test ter j ears, and has never tailed, as lar
its eui experience extends, and we therefore
give it the pieteience overall ether Brandies,
uemaltei with hew many jaw-breaking French
. tilies they uie branded. One-fourth of the
money that is yeaily tluewn away en various
impotent dyspepsia sneciflcs would sulllcu te
ail tuu -uranuyie cure anysucii case or
-.-.-. -T .
In proof of the curative powers of
Reigart's Old Brandy,
In cases et Dyspepsia, we can summon num
! bets of witnesses one case in particular we
I A hard-working farmer had been aiHicted
with an exhaustn e Dyspepsia ler a number of
yeare; his stomach would reject almost every
Kind of feed; he had sour eructatiens con
stantly ue appetite in tact, he was obliged te
rest! let Ins diet te crackers and stale biead,
and as a beverage he used McGrann's Beet
Beer. He is a Methodist, and then, as new,
pi cached at times, and in his discourses often
declaimed earnestly against all kinds of strong
di ink. When advised te try
Reigart's Old Brandy,
, In his case, he looked up with astonishment,
Out after healing et its wonderful eUeets in
tlie eases et some et his near acquaintances, he
at last consented te toltew our advice. He
used the Brandy faithlully and steadily; the
lii st bottle giving him an appetite, and before
the second was taken he was a sound man.with
a stomach capable el digesting anything which
he chose te eat. He sti!! keeps it and uses a lit
tle occasionally; and since lie lias this medi
cine he has been et cry little pecuniary bene
lil te t he doctor. A Puactisimi 1'insiciAN.
11. !:. SLAYMAKEK,
Keigart's Old Wine Stere,
EsUiblished in 1785,
lMl'OKTER AND DEALEH IN
FINE OLD BRANDIES, SHERRIES, SUPE
RIOR OLD MADEIRA, (Imported in 181,
IS.I7 and 1SJ8.) CHAMPAGNES O
r.VERY BRAND, SCOTCH ALE
PORTER. ISROWN STOUT.
Ne. SO EAST KING ST.. LainCASTEK. PA
A Special Medical Netice !
DR. C. A. GREENE
td.es tins method of noticing his numeieiis
pitienls and friends that in consequence of
his aidueus duties (occupying his time ettcn
lilteen heuis et the day) he will taken brief
vacation te recuperate his bed v. He w ill leave
Lancaster en the I4th of JUNE, and will be ab
sent piebably two weeks, during which time
his patients can proem e lenewals of his remc
di.ils at his elliees fieni the person in chaige.
OVER 700 PERSONS
have enielled Wicir names en his book as
patients during his five months piactiee in
Lancaster. Seme SOO have taken his CURE
QUICK for Catarrh whose names are net
b eked. Only two persons have died who liave
entered Ins efllccs, and te both et them he cx
piessly stated his inability te cure them.
"Due notice et rutin n will be made.
DR. C. A. GREENE,
Ne. 2J50 NORTH QUEEN STREET.
Appetite, lefieshing sleep, the acquisition of
flesh and color, are blessings attendant upon
the reparative processes, which this priceless
invigerant speedily initiates ami carries te a
.successful conclusion. Digestion is restored
and sustenance afforded te each lite-sustaining
organ by the Bitters, which is inetfensivc
even te the feminine palate, vegetable in com
position, and thoroughly safe.
Fer sole by all Druggists and Dealers gener
ally, apr 1-lydeedAly w
Without a doubt furnish the FINEST IN
STRUMENTS in the Market. Warerooms 320
North Queen street, 'Manufactory in the rear.
ISrancli Oflice, 15 East King Street.
Alex. McKfllips, Proprietor.
Alse A gent ter Lancaster County for
CHICKERING & SON'S Celebrated
A Full Line et Sheet and ether Music, Small
Instruments, Violins. Banjos, Band Instru
ments, 4c. always en hand. fl3-lydSAlyw
FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE 11, 1880.
Washington, June 11. Fer the Middle
Atlantic states, stationary or slowly
falling barometer, winds mostly southerly,
stationary or higher temperature and
clearing weather, preceded by occasional
rain in the eastern portion.
THE GEENBACK NOMINEE.
Scratch a Presidential Candidate and You'll
Elnd a Buckeye.
Gen. James B. Weaver Nominated for
President by the Greenback -Laber Party.
E. . Chambers, of Texas, for Vice President
Chicago, June 11. The Greenbackcrs
nominated Congressman Weaver for
Chicago, June 11. In the Gieenbacfc Gieenbacfc
Laber convention last night, after th
nomination of Weaver, Campbell, Butler
and Wolfe for the presidency, Congress
man Yocum, of Pennsylvania, placed in
nomination lien. Ilendrick 1$. Wright, of
Wm. A. Dale, who claimed te be a phe
nomenen, inasmuch as he was the only
living Confederate private in the United
States, nominated Themas II. Murch, of
Maine, but Murch promptly declined.
Wisconsin presented the naine of Ed
ward P. Allis, of that state.
At 3:2ea. m. it was moved that the con
vention proceed te ballet for a nominee for
president of the United States.
An informal ballet was tirst taken about
daybreak. It steed : Weaver, 22-H ;
Wright, 120 ; Dillaye, 110; Butler, J)5 ;
Chase, 89 ; Allis, 41 ; Campbell, 21.
Before the vote was announced it was
evident Weaver had a clear majority and
all the delegates hastened te change their
votes te him ; and just as the morning
sun bhenc through the eastern windows
the result of the ballet was announced as
718 for James B. Weaver the total vote ;
and without any motion the nomination
was made unanimous.
Nominations for vice presidents were
made in midst of a perfect pandemonium of
shouting delegates, E. .1. Chambers of
Texas, and Gen. A. M. West, of Mississippi
wcie placed in nomination.
The first ballet resulted Chambers, 40:J ;
Gen. Chambers's nomination was then
At six o'clock Weaver came into the
hall appaiently fresh freijf a geed night's
rest and accepted the n nninatien which
the sleepless convention tendered him.
At 0:10 the convention adjourned sine
TERRIIILE TORNADO IN IOWA.
Ten Persons Known t IIae Been Killed
and Many Missing.
Council Biufks, June 11. A terrible
toinade swept through the .southeast
ern part of Pottawattemie county, Wed
nesday night. The track of the tornado
was about half mile wide aia demolished
everything in its ceuise. About ten per
sons arc known te be killed, and twenty in
all arj known te be missing. Net a house
was left standing in the track of the storm.
Men, women and children weie blown a
great distance, some being killed and
ethers badly injured. The storm did net
last fifteen minutes and was unaccompa
nied by rain.
Telegraphic lire Hies.
Jehn Khinesmith, a youth of Pompton,
Passaic county, N. J., was buried in the
ruins of a building which was blown up by
his careless use of gunpowder, and very
dangerously injured. The less en the
building is $3,500.
In the Terente walking watch at eleven
o'clock last night, Clew, of Prince Ed
ward's Island, was ahead, with 288 miles.
The First national bank of Newark, N.
J., has failed with heavy liabilities.
The national Democratic committee will
meet at the Grand hotel, Cincinnati, Mon
day, June 21, at 12 o'clock neon.
OWT 111A WINUH.
UTIIOftlZED BY THE COMMON-
L wealth of Ky., and the lairestin thu weild
21st Popular Monthly Drawing
COMMONWEALTH DISTRIBUTION CO.
At Macaulcy's Theatre, in the City of Louis
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 30th, 1380.
THESE DRAWINGS, AUTHORIZED ISY
THE LEGISLATURE AND SUSTAINED IIY
ALL THE COURTS OK KENTUCKY, accord
ing te a contract made with the owners of the
Frankfort grant, will occur regularly en the
LAST DAY Or' EVERY SlONTIl. Sundays and
Fiidays excepted, for the period of FIVE
Y EARS, terminating en JUNE 30. 1845.
The United States Circuit Court en March .'! 1,
lendered the lollew ing decisiens:
1st That the Commonwealth Distribution
Company It legal.
2i Ita drawings are net fraudulent.
The managcmentcall attention te tlie liberal
scheme which lias met with such popular favor
heietofeie, and which will again be presented
A I'lTlad aa a a a 9 a 9999 a
M )ll4VBtB aaaa a a aaaaa a m 9 9 9
10 prizes $1,000 each
20 nrizes 500 each
100 prizes, $100 each
200 prizes 50 each 10,oeo
UI0 prizes 'JOeacli 12,000
1000 prizes lOeach 10,000
U prizes 300 each, approximation prizes 2,700
0 prizes 200 each, " " 1,800
9 prizes 100 each, " " 900
1,900 prizes $112,400
Whole tickets, $2; hall tickets. $1; 27 tickets
$50; 55 tickets, $100.
Remit lv l'ostelllce Meney Order, Registered
Letter, lSunk Dralter Expicss.
Te insure against mistakes and delays, cor
respondents will please write their names and
places of residence plainly, giving number of
rosteflice box or Street, and Town, County and
All communications connected with the Di
tributien and Orders for Tickets should be ud
dressed te R. M. MOARDMAN, Courier-Journal
Kuilding, Leulmille, Ky., or :W and 309
Breadwav. New Yerk. in31TuTh&S&w
We have had a large demand for this article
It lias been prepared te suit the soil of Ijin
caster and Chester counties.
Descriptive circulars sent free upon applica
BAUGH & SONS,
20 Seuth Delaware Avenue,
INSTATE OF HARNHERD MANN, FARM
It EK, late of Maner township, Lancaster
county, deceased. Letters et adiuinistraUcn
en said estate having been granted te the un
dersigned, all persons Indebted thereto are re
quested te make immediate payment, and
these having claims or demands against tlie
same will present them without delay for set
tlement te the undersigned, Tesiding in said
township. HENRY W. MANN,
Adminlst rate rs.
Vfx. R. Witseir, Att'y. apr28-utw
Niw Yerk. June 1L Fleur State and West
ern dull and prices rn buyers' favor;
superfine statu 3 5004 ; extra
de $3 90at 50; choice de $4 5SA5 00;
fancy $5 Segti 00; round hoop Ohie $4 60tgS 00 :
choice de $5 1006 25 ; superfine western $3 500
440; common te geed extra de $3 904G0;
choice dodo $4 TOQ5 00; choice white wheat de
$4 655 00; Southern quiet : common te CUr
extm $55 70 : geed te etieice de $5 756 73.
Wheat Spring dull and nominal ; Winter
Kc : lower and moderately ; Ne. 3 Red, June.
$1 27 ; de July,$l iSXQi 1G ; Ne. 1 White June,
Cern hcavyandijjc lower : Mixed western
spot, 5051kc; de tuture 493ic
Oats a shade firmer; Ne.2Juue39kc ; de July
4040c : State 39j43c ; Western S745c.
Beef dull and prices unchanged.
Perk firmer ; new mesa $17 50.
Lard quiet and firm ; steam rendered $7 60.
Whisky dull; Western $10S11W.
Spirits of turpentine dull at 44045c.
I'hilaeklphl, June II. Fleur dull, but
best brands weak; superfine $3 75$)
3 25; extra at M50Q5 (.0; Ohie and Indiana fam
ily at $5 u5 75; Penn'a family $4 7305 25;
St. Leuis family $550600: Minnesota family
$4 7599 75; patent and high grades Jfi75.
Rye Heur at $4 504 75.
Cerniueal Brandy wiue unchanged.
Wheat lower, dull ; Ne. 2 Western Bed $1 36i ;
Penn'a Red $1 26; Amber $1 2C1 27.
Cern dull and loner; steamer 50c; yellow 52
e-hi; mixed 51c.
Oata dull and w oak : Ne. 1, White. 4Je ; Ne. 2.
de 42; Ne. 3, de 393Hc; Ne. ?, Mixed 37i
Rye dull ; Western and Pa. 88c
Prevision steady; mts perk at $1173;
beef hams$17ld0u; India mess beet $itilG50;
bucon.sineked shoulders 5;i5Jc; salt 4k4Kc;
smoked hams lllllc ; pickled hams SJiaetiKc.
"ini sicuiiy ; city Kettle 7i$i?u ; loose
buiclient bc ; prime steam $7 W.
Butter dull except fancv grades; Creamery
extra, 202lc ; Bradford Ceuiitv and
New Yerk extra. ltf19c ; Western
Reserve extra, 148 15c; de geed te choice, 12
lie; Rolls dull; Penn'a extra 1013; Western
reserve extra N)13c.
Eggs firmer; Penn'a 14lGc; Western 13
Cheese steady ; New Yerk factory 12ic : West
ern lull cream, 10sCllc: de te fair geed 10
10Cc; de liair skims OQlOc.
Petroleum dull ; rellned SJc.
Seeds Geed te prime Timethy dull at $275
3 : Flaxseed at $1 45.
12M0 r. M.
Peanut;' (third issue)
3.00 r. x.
Philadelphia. & Ene..
United Ces. et N. J... .
.Northern Pacific ,
" Pretened ...
Northern Central ,
Central Transpoitatien Ce. 49
Pitts., Titusviiie & iiutfale. 15
Little Schuylkill 44
N. Y. Central 127VJ
Adams Express Mj4
Michigan Central 8 .:
.Michigan Southern JOSJ
Illinois Central 1IU
Cleveland A Pittsburgh. ...llts
ChicHgeft Reckbdund 101
Pittsburgh A Fert Wayne.. 122
Western Union Tel. Ce 102
Teledo Wabash .'HK
New Jersey Central 2Ji
United States Henda and Starling Kxchungr.
(Quotntlens by B. K. Jamisen & Ce.. S. W.
Cor. 3iland Chestnut Streets).
PHTLADKLruiA, June 11.
United States 's, 1881, (registered). .103
United States 5's, 1881, (registered). .103103
United States 4J4's, 1SI1, (regtstered)lOyi01O 110
United States 4's,1891,(ceuiMins).. .10l(tl0 ue
United States 4's, 1907. (registered).. 108
United States Currency 6's 123
Sterling Exchange 487 Q4!
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Aie 111 immediate stimulus tern Torpid Liver
euro Costiveness, Dyspepsia, Biliousness,
Bilious Diarrheea, Malaria, Fever and AguC
uml aie useful at times in nearly all Diseases
te cause a frceand regularnctionef thellewels.
The best antidote ler all Malarial Poison.
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greatest, success among the British troops iu
India. They are only manufactured in this
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The improved discovery et probably the most
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gi es rest und hleep te the suffering, cures
Headache and Neuralgia, prevents Epileptic
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tration brought 011 by excessive drinking over ever over
terk,iucu tal slincksundellicr causes. Itielieves
the P.iins of all I)is'.u.--H, und is never Injurious
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Bettles of two sizes ; prices, 50 cents und $1.
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arc al.se superior reinediet--, unequalled in their
i'spcctive fields of disease.
Warner's Safe Remedies are. -old by Drug
gists und Medicine Dealers generally through
out the country.
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1EIAR HILL SEMINARY.
Tlie Snrlnir Term will eneu en MONDAY.
M ARCII. 29, 1880. Attention is directed te the
fellow ing le.it mes :
I. The location is pleasant and healthful.
2. The students icceive the care and com
torts of a home.
.;. The school is limited in number and se
lect in character.
4. Meral and religious Influencesure exerted.
5. The course et study is liberal.
1;. The pi eparatien of teachers is made a
7. The teachers are till practical and experi
diced in their work.
8. The expenses arecensideiubly lower tlian
they genenillv are iu similur institutions.
Fer particulars address,
I). DEN LING ER, Principal.
-3mwJ Mt. Jey, Lancaster Ce., Pa
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