: LANCASTER VAtLY IKTELL1GEKCER. MONDAt, JUNE 21, 1880.
ST. PAUL'S M. E. CHUKCn.
ICo-epened and Re-dedlcaled.
Yesterday this church was re-opened and
re-dedicated te the -worship of Ged.and the
day will be remembered as a grand one in
her history. After several months of re
pairing, remodeling, painting and cleaning,
tins chinch was finally finished during last
week and new presents a very handsome
appeal ancc. The improvements having
already been noticed it lemains only te
.sav that the church new is one of the neat
est and most beautiful in the city and its
ineuibciship is te be commended for the
earnest weik and the sacrifices they have
made, and congratulated upon their sue
cu--. The improvements, net including
the basement, weie made at a cost of about
Si. GOO, and of this amount about $000 was
raised by 20 of the mcmbeis fiem outside
patties, thiii leaving :i balance of $1,000 te
bj laised yestciday. Large as this amount
appealed te people aheady taxed consider
ably for ether impievements nude it was
all pievided fei by cash and subscriptions
j esterday. The last $100 was partly taken
by p n ties who had subscribed befeic with
the understanding that they would be
yiven time te raise it among their friends.
This success was Lugely due te the inde
fatigable efleits of Rev. Thes. E. Fcinly
of Philadelphia, who fully sustained his
luputatien of being the best debt raiser in
In the meining $100 was subscribed in
sh.uesef$l each te make Bishop Henry W.
Wan en a life member of St. Paul's church,
.ind in the afternoon and evening tiic
same honor was cenfened upon llcvs.
Thes. E. Fernly, J. F. Cieuch, II. It.
fallow ay and J. Jaiulcmutli.
The singing dining the day by the choir
f the chinch was excellent, the anthems
in the morning and afternoon being espe
ially line. This choir, under the leadership
el 15. V. W. Uib.in, is huge and consists of
some excellent voices, and their singing
-.estewlay was especially admiied by
sti angeis present.
The day's services commenced with a
largely attended Sunday school at 0 o'clock
in the meining. at which addresses weie
iuad.5 by Itev. T. E. Fernly, J. F. Cieuch
and 11. It. (Jilleway. The list two aie
former p isteis of the chinch: Mr. Cieuch
being heie from 1851 te 1807, and Mi.
Calloway dining 1U71 and 187e, and both
aie affectionately leiucnibcicil by their
former people. Bishop vVaueii was an
nounced te picaili at 10 a. m., and in
t-eiiM-iiuence a laige congiegatien had as
sembled, among them quite a number of
his liiends and admireis. and he is well
"it out ;
this city : but
wrts se sciiimsly ill
;i , te utteily feibid
it all, although all hope
given up until ." o'clock en Saturday even
ing, when a telegi.nn was leceivcd stating
1 li.it he could l.et come. Itev. Thes. E.
Fenily took his place and pi cached an ad
mii.iblc .seimeu fiein the tet, ' Conic new
and 1 will send thee,' his theme being the
call and commission of Moses and the
vei k of the chinch. IIi. heaieis almost
!oi.;el theii disappointment at the ab
sence of Bishop Waucu long befeic the
eloquent pieacher finished his diseemse.
In the aft ei neon, Itev. II. It. Calloway
pi cached fiem Matthew 18lli chapter and
14th eise : " Even se it is net the will of
veur Father which is in heaven that one of
these little ones should perish."' The
speaker dwell upon the impei tance of the
eaie the chinch should eeieise tow aids
all within hei fe'd and especially the lambs
of tin- lleek.
I:i the eveningltev. J. F. Cieuch pleach
ed from Xumbcis !)th chapter and paitef
2:id vei.se: " At the commandment of the
Leid they le.-ted in their tents, and at the
commandment of the Leid they joui jeui
neyed." 1 lis theme being the impei tance
of submission te the divine will and guid
:nce. The sei vices will be continued during
tlie week, this evening being a leunien of
the old pastors of the chinch and family
l.i rri.i: locals.
Heie and There and Kverjuheie
The neitlieiu poi tien of the city has been
.seriously al.nnied of late by the number of
ni.ul dogs believed te be in the neighboi neighbei neighboi
heod. Yesterday Constable Lcntz shot a
deg supposed te he affected with hjdie
phobia, and belonging te Audicn Frailey ;
and .laeeb ilei.eg shot another belonging
te II 'iny Em low.
Itev. C. F. Knight, of St. James' pai ish,
this city, pleached the university seinien
at the opening of the commencement exei
eises of Lehigh Univeisity, Seuth Uethlo Uethle
liein, vesteidav, the college chapel beiuir
St. Antheny's Franeiseus beneficial so
ciety is picnicking at Tell's Haiti te-day.
Tayhu's eichcstia is with them which
alone insui c a geed time.
A .squ.ne l.ccl-ind-tee pedestrian contest
is announced te take place in this city
sheitly. Geitei, Miller and Scheid aie
cnteicd, and the cash piiies will amount
Samuel 1 la: tman was knocked down by
n horse and buggy at Neith Queen and
Orange sticcts last evening. He had his
clothing teni but his injuries weie slight.
imeii Cunningham, aged about (T, and
Mimev.hat deranged, caused his friends
much anxiety by wandering aiv.iy from
hume Satin day evening. He was found
jestenlay afternoon making his way
tevvaid the Lancaster ccincteiy. A iivc-ve.u-eld
child of Mr. Sheiman, living at
T2 Xeith Queen stieet stiayed away jes
ttiday meining and was net found until
A lutable featuie of the music in St.
Man'b chinch jcsteiday meining and
evening and at St. Antheny's in theaftei theaftei theaftei
uoen, was the singing of Miss Mary Reken.
of the Chinch of the Sacied Heart, Phila
delphia. Miss Reken his a high sopiane
voice of gieat strength and purity of tone.
A false alarm of the this afternoon
about 2 o'clock was caused by the unau
thorized ringing of the Amci icin fire bell
by unknown persons.
Ivlr. Albeit Clay, the gentlemanly cash
ier of the New Yerk store, left yesterday
for an extended tour through the New
3!ngJand states. The first week will be
devoted te visiting the numerous seasheic
resorts, ami the remainder of the time will
be spent among the chief cities and towns
of the Yankee states, terminating at his
lijme in Hartferd, Conn,
Cases Disposed of New Bules Other Busi
ness. This morning at 10 o'clock the argument
court began with Judges Livingston and
Patterson en the bench. The following
cases were disposed of :
J. M. Huge & Ce., vs. Christian and
Susanna May : Rule te show cause why
judgment should net be entered for want
of an affidavit of defense. Rule discharged.
G. Seuer & Sens et. al. vs. Jehn A.
Sprenger, exceptions te auditors report.
Exceptions dismissed and report con
firmed. Mary Kissinger, vs. the city of Lancas
ter. Rule te show cause why narr should
net be amended. Rule discharged.
Kauflman Deutch vs. Isaac Grube.
Rule te show cause why judgment should
net be opened. Rule discharged.
In the case of Peter "Weber vs. Geeige
Brubakcr, guaidian of the miner children
of Stuait A. Wiley, which was tried sev
eral years age, and in which a motion for a
new trial was taken, Judge Livingston de-
livcied an opinion this meining, making
the nile absolute.
In addition te the regular committee ap
pointed te examine law students, the court
has appointed a committee en preliminary
examination. This committee will consist of
Ames Slaymaker, "W.A. Atlee, M. Brosius,
A. C. ltcineehl and C. I. Landis, esqs.,
and it will be their duty te examine stu.
dents in the following branches : Spelling,
arithmetic, latin, giammar, geography,
history of England and history of the
Mere New Kules.
The com t have adopted rules governing
the petitions for opening streets, in ac ac
cei dance with the approved charts of the
city. In general these nilcs acceid with
these governing the opening of new leads.
Requiring the petition for the opening of
any stieet te be filed in the usual manner
and te be accompanied by a petition for
view eis te assess damages, said petition te
set forth with affidavit, if any persons have
lefuscd te join in said petition, and that
they have been notified of the petition for
opening : or if once owners of piepcrty
along said stieet cannot be found, that ten
days notice has been posted en their lets,
etc., in which case all pai ties will be bound
alike by the lepeit of the vieweis.
The view eis te be appointed by court
and be swein as usual, and their repeit te
contain an assessment of the 1 mil, and
buildings, if any, theieen, separate and
Their lepeit te set feith whether the re
quiienicnt of the public make the opening
of the stieet in their opinion a necessity;
the ceuit leseiving the right te hear
fin ther evidence of facts in favor of such
The lepeit of receivers for confirmation
was te be piescnted at one of the legular
teims of court of quarter sessions, and ap
peals or exceptions te be taken within
thiity days theicafter, or the lepeit be
comes absolutely ceniii incd.
Publication te be made of appeal or ex
cept ions te any lepeit, and the same te be
set down for aigunicnt ceuit.
2ve stieet te be opened until lcpeits aie
absolutely continued and damages paid.
CllILDKLNV. HOME ltODItEO.
Thieves Steal the I ieil et Friendless
A few nights age some unprincipled
thief ei thieves cnteicd the spring house
en the piemiscs of the childien's home and
stele theiel'iem all the piovisiensit con
tinued, t heie being about ten pounds of
butter, seveial gallons of milk, and ether
ai tides taken. Fer utter meanness and
biutal hcaitlcssncss this Luccny caps the
climax. The assassin who stabs an enemy
in the daik or liundcis a rich man for his
money is a hcie cempaicd with him that
steals biead from the mouths of helpless
And Attempted Itebberj.
On Fiiday an unsuccessful attempt
was made te blew open the .safe in the
waieheuse belonging te Adam Witmcr at
Paiadise. The burglars succeeded in open
ing the outer doers of the safe but were
no doubt frightened off befeic they suc
cceled in getting open the inside doers;
ptevieus te entering the waieheuse of Mr.
Witmcr, they bieke into a cairiage shop
of Jacob Wcnger and stele therefrem a
let of tools which weie afterwards found
alongside of Mr. AVitmcr's safe.
As Cheap as Any.
Messi.s. lJiiumgaiilncr & Ce. announce
in their advcitiscmeut that they aie new
selling coal at a saving te the buyer of
fiem 1.1 te 70 cents per ten. Messrs.
Stcvvait it Sen have been selling at the
prices they advertise for the last e months,
and will continue te sell as low as the
lowest. They keep nothing but the best
lii.ility of coal. ltd
Minmicr clothing and straw hats aie selling
i.ipidly at Williamson & Fester's since the
jrie.it i eductien in juices. And they will close
theii stoic from July 5 te September 1, at 7 p.
in., except Saturdays. iel(-M,V,Fd&v tf
Mm F. Wilke, Lafdjette, Ind., leperts a ease
u heie a man siitlcrcd se badly with Rheuma
tism that hr could net uieic. His lejrs were
swollen and he had the most ten ible pains.
Twelve heuis alter the llrst application of the
St. Jacob's Oil the pains weie gene and the
swelling had disappeaicd.
The eaicwein and overweiked llnil conilert
and stiength in Malt Bitters.
Hetter Late than Never!
"Don't put off until lo-menow what can and
should be done te-day," is w ise. If you have
nev ei used seZODOXT ter your teeth, make a
bee line te the diuggist and geta bottle and
begin te use it at once. " Veib, sap."
Queiy Dees the note shaver shave with Cu
tieui.i bh.iv ing Seap.
Debt, peveity and suffeiing haunted me for
j ears, caused by a sick family and large bills
lei doctei ing which did no geed. I vv as com
pletely diseeuiaged, until one year age, by
the advice et my pastor, I procured Hep Bit
teis and commenced their use, and in one
month we weie all well, and none of us have
been sick a day since ; ami I w ant te say te all
peer men, you can keep jour families well a
car with Hep Bitters for less than one doc
tei's visit will cost. A Workingman.
An Old Docter's Advice.
It was this: "Trust in Ged and keep your
bowels open." Fer this purpose many an old
doctor lias advised tlie habitually costive te
take Kidney-Wert ler no ether remedy se ef
fectually overcomes this condition, and that
w itheut the distress and griping which ether
medicines cause. It is a radical cui e ler piles.
Don't tail te use it. je21-lvyd$w
Ask your druggist for ' Dr. LIndsey's Bleed
Scai chcr." It will drive out bad bleed, give
you health and long life.
An Old Man Kettered te Health.
Batatta, X. Y., Sept. 15, 1879.
II. II. Warxer & Ce., Rochester, X. Y. Ges
tlestes " Fer forty years I have suffered with
Diabetes, being obliged te void urine as elten
as once in thirty minutes, and have also been
a great sufferer from palpitation et the heart.
1 am new using your Diabetes Cure, andean
truly say, at seventy years t age, that it
makes me feel like a new man."
- iel5-2wdiw Peter Shewerva.
J. K. Davis, of Portsmouth, Ohie, sold in one
year fourteen thousand boxes of " Sellers'
Try Lechei's Renowned Cough Syrup.
Grape Culture and Wine
The culture of grapes in Xew Jersey Is get
ting te be one of the most Important indus
tries of the state. The principal arieties
raised are the Oporto and Concord. Mr.Speer's
vineyards at Passaic premise a larger yield
this than any previous year. In consequence
Mr. Speer has reduced the price of Ills Pei t
Grape Wine. The eldest can new be had at $1
per bottle Ireni any ei the druggists. It is used
for medicinal puipeses as a superior w ine, and
in churches for communion purposes. Its
properties are net intoxicating se that the
weakest person may use it te advantage, and
temperance people cannot object te its use ler
medicine. Evening Bulletin.
This wine is endeised by Drs. Atlee and
Davis, and sold by 11. K. Slaymaker.
Try l.echcr's Kenewned Cough Syrup.
Mothers! Mothers!! Mothers!!!
Aiejeu disturbed at night an.l broken el
your rest by a sick child suffering and crying
with the excruciating pain of cutting teeth?
Ii se. go at once and geta bottle of MRS. WIXS
LOW's SOOiHIXG SYRUP. It will relieve the
peer little sufferer immediately depend upon
it; theie is no mistake about it. There is net a
mother en earth vv he has e er u-ed it, w he will
net tell jeu at once that it will lOgulate the
bowels, and give lest te the mother, and lelief
and health te the child, epeiating like magic.
It is pel teetly sate te ue in all cases, anil pleas
ant te the taste, and is the piescriptionet one
ei the eldest and best fem.Ue physicians and
nurses in the United States. Sold every w heie
23 cents a bottle. f J17-1J d&wM. WAS
Tiy Leeliei's Renowned Cough Syrup
Kidnev-Wert clleetively acts at the same
time en Kidneys, Liver and Bowels.
lUl-lvv d.V v
ISreun's Household JMnaeca
Is tlie most effective rain llcstiejer in the
weild. Will iiie.-,t surely quicken the bleed
w liether taken internally or applied cctei n'dly
and thereby mere certainly UHLIUVE I'AIX,
w liether chronic or acute, than any ether pain
alleviator, ami it is warranted double the
strength of any similar picparatien.
It cuies pain in the bide. Hack ei Itenels,
Sele Thioat,Uhcuuiatisiii,Teotluiclic and ALL
ACIIKs, and is the (JKKAT RELIEVER OF
I'AIX. "liKOWX's HOUSEHOLD l'AXA
CEA " should be in every family. A te'i-poen-iulofthe
Panacea in a tumbler et het water
(sweetened, if pietened), taken at bedtime,
will ItllEAK UP A COLD. i cents a bottle.
Kercaleatll. J5. Cecluan & Ce's Diii slmc
Xeith Queen stieet. Lancaster.
Undoubtedly w ith children, attubuted toether
causes, is occasioned by Weinis. UKOWX'S
VERMIFUGE COMFITS, or Weim Lecugcs
although effectual in dc-tiejing w onus, can
de no pesible injiuy te the most delicate child
'ihis valuable combination has been success
fully lined by phj sieian-, and found te be ab
solutely sine in eradicating worm-. Twentj
live cents a be. f ianl.VlvdA.w TuTh&b
statistics pieve that tuentv-nve poi cent,
et the deaths in our huei cities ,ue c.iiisi d by
consumption, and when we lelleet th it this
tenible disease in its w eist stage w ill leld te
il bottle of Lechei's Renowned Cough Sjiup,
shall we condemn lliesutteieis lei their negli
gence, or pity them ler their ignorance? Ne
!l East King stieet.
Tiy Lecher's Ucneuned Cough bjiup.
DEMOCRATIC bTATK 11CKKT.
FOn AUnlTOll (1EM.KAL.
KOBEUT P. DECHEUT.
DK.VOCKAT1C COUNTY TICK I. T.
FOR DISTKICT ATTOl:EV
I-Olt SEN VTOR (1 itll lUsll.lri.)
fOlt ASSEMBLY (2d DIsTllKT.)
S C. STEVENbOX,
b. P. SHI UK.
I Oil A"SEMIILV (M Ulsntll 1 '
It. DAVIS YUXDT.
JACOB M. HAEXLEW
feii trisen isrKCTeits.
ItAUTOX M. WIXTEK
FOR TOOR DIRECTORS.
A. .T. &XYDEU,
WiKFit. In Stiashtitg township, en the 'Jlitli
inst., Daniel Wikei, in ins 77th jear.
His lelatives and friends uie lcspectliilly in
vited teattend the funeial, liem his late lesi
dencc, en Tuesday, the 2id, at 2 o'clock, bev -viees
at Lengeneckcr's meeting house. It
Sutter. At Washington, D. C . en the 18th
iiist, UeneialJne. A. butter, in the 7Stli co
ol his age.
Funeral at Lititz, en Thursday niteinoen, at
214 o'clock. Interment at Meiavlan cemeteiy,
Lititz, Pa. je-'l-.!td
Jaceiis In this city, en the 10th nist.. Mag
dalcna, wife of Jeseph Jacobs, aged CO yeais.
The relatives and friends of the lamily aie
respectfnlly invited te attend the funeral Hern
her late lCsidcnce Xe. 5.J0 West King stieet, en
Tuesday morning at 9 o'clock. Interment at
St. Jeseph's cemetery. '-tl
A'L'ir ADVEKTISEMI X'i.S.
JL Insuie veui Cieps against less or d image
by hail at " BAUbMAX & Bl'UNs'S
Insurance Oflice, 10 West Grunge Stieet.
)RiVATK LESSON'S GIVEN TO lOUMi
ladies or ncutlcmcn men irins te e.iss ex
aminatien for admission te the High Scheel, te
the College, or ler Ccitilicates as teachers, by
GEO. X. GLOVER,
jeJl-lwd Xe. .r.7 West Chestnut Street.
F. LAMAR, ESQ.. OFTIIE PllILADKL-
phia Bar. vv ill address the citizens of Lan
caster this (Monday) evening, at 8 e clock p.
in., in behalf of the National Gieenback-Laber
patty. Come one! Conic all!! Hear him!!!
MV GOVERNMENT 1SU1LDING.
belling off below cost. Beets and shoes te
close business. Must be dosed out by JUXE
2(i, 18K), Xe. l."2 East King strcet. Alse bhee
Cases and Shelving.
g-Cal! seen for Bat gains,
ltd EDW. WILEY.
fK RESPECTFULLY DIRECT THE AT-
T tentien et the public te our listet pi ices
for COAL, dcliveied as loliews :
Genuine Lykcns Valley Eg and Steve .
Celebrated Enterprise Egg ami Nut
" " Bieken and btevc
Hard Egg and Nut
" Broken and btevc
AH Grades Xe.l Pea 3.C."
Purchascis w ill save liem
15 te 70 Cents
per ten by bu ing Ceal at above prices. We
de net employ agents te solicit eiders, prctei
ring te give our customers the benefit of the
commissions usually paid te such agents.
maintains its high standard of excellence and
Is superior te any ether Medium Ceal in this
market. As we are the only dealers in the
city in this Choice Ceal, and are continually
leceiving large invoices et it, we are leady at
till times te nil orders ler the same.
H. BATJMGARDNER & CO.
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. V
TONIC AND ALTERATIVE!
The Celebrated Prescription of W. CIIAMPIOX BROWXIXG, M. D.
FOR GENERAL DEBILITY AND PURIFYING THE BLOOD.
Perfectly Purities the Illoed, Enriches the liloed, Reddens the llloed, makes Xew Uloed,
Wendertully Improves the Appetite, and Changes the Constitution Suffering fiem General
Debility into one of Vigorous Health. The best proof of its wonderful efficacy is te be obtained
by a ti i d. and that simple trial strongly establishes it le nutatien with all.
vIt is most scientifically and elegantly compounded by its author and sole piopricter,
W. CHAMPION BROWNING, M. D.,
117 ARCH STREET, PHILADELPHIA, PA.
A legular graduate of Jeffersen Medical College, of Philadelphia, a thorough Chemistand
Skillful Phai maeist. Pi ice, 00c and 91. 00. Fer sale by the Proprietor and all Druggists and
Veal pin in Medicine. d4-lydcew&w
JUST RECEIVED THE LARGEST LOT OF
GENTLEMEN'S AND B0Y FURNISHING GOODS
Ever brought te this city, embracing all the new, beautiful and most stylish colors
in Neckties and Scarfs for the Summer Season.
Men's Coleied ISalbriggau Hese, with Enibieidered Silk clocks : Scarlet and IJlue Silk
Hese; Kmcy Coleied Half Hese; Striped Cotten Halt Hese and Merine Half Hese. Men's and
Itevs' Suspenders and Fine Braces, in all styles and Celeis. Men's and Heys' White Dress and
Colored Shins, Superior Cheviot Shirts, and Blue Flannel Xeglige Shirts. Men's and Beys'
summer Underwear in Merine and India Game. Men's and Beys' Colored Lisle Thread and
Lid Gloves, ter Summer Wear. Men's and Bej s' Vulcanised Rubber Braces, and a large stock
et tine Silk, French Linen end Cambric Handkeichiets. Men's and Beys' Latest btyles Fine
l.ineu and Paper Cellars and Cuffs.
MYERS & RATHFON,
Se. 12 EAST KIXU STREET, LANCASTER, PEXS'A.
A'v' W A V VER T1SEMEX T.S.
The duplicate of city taxes is new in the
hands et the Tieasiiicr. Five per cent, abate
ment will be allow ed en all taxes paid en or he
mic Julv 1, 1880. E. WELCHANS,
je4-tdM, FA.SU Treasiner.
All mcmbeis of the Lancaster Mannci Mannci
eher intendirg te paiticipate in the exeui-sien
te erk Furnace, en July 5, 1SS0, aie ief nest
ed te lepeit te tlie secietary cither at M.enner-
her Hall or 219 Xerth (Jueen stieet, en or lie
lore J line 3P, IW).
By oider of the Cominittee.
An extruerdinary reduction in prices el
te close out our entire stock, as Mr. II. Hirsh is
new in Europe buying for the Fall Trade.
Clothing made te order at a l eductien et 20 per
cent 1I1USII Ac BUO.,
Penu Hail Clothing Heuse,
Je2l-2tilM&S Lancaster, 1M.
PROPOSALS FOlt STREET WORK.
Scaled proposals will be leceivcd by the
btieet Committee up te J UXE 24, at 7 o'clock
p. in., ler furnishing gutter or backing stone
ler the use et the city for the year ending June
1, 1881, its needed by the Street Committee.
Alse for grading Plum street lrem the Penn
sylvania It. II. te Xew Helland turnpike. Each
item te be bid for separately. The Committee
leseive the nghtte reiect any or all bids re
ceived. Piopesals te be endorsed spiting the
weikhid ler and te he addressed toD.MeMuI teD.MeMuI
len, Chaiunan. 122 East King street. Plans and
specifications te be seen at the eflice et
JAMES C. CAKPEXTElf.
ie2I-3tl City Uegulater, 4!) Xeith Duke M.
J-'UK SALE OH HEX1.
; The second story et Eshlcman & Uath-
oil's Banking Heuse, at Centiebquuie, and
also a room en second story, opposite the
Peim'a 11. 1. Depot, en Chestnut street.
P.. F. ESHLEMAX.
f23-2td&Stf Atteuiev-at Law
PU1U.IC SALE OF HORSES.
JOHN' SIDES will sell en Monday, 21st
mst.. at 1 p. in., at the Merrimae Heuse, X e. 1 15
Xeith Pi nice stieet, 17 head of Kentucky
lleises. Can be ei!ii at the above named
stables new. SAM'L HEsS SOX.
On WEDNESDAY, JUXE 23, 1880, at Xe.
1" East Orange street, will be sold an elegant
asseituient et Wall Paper el every desciiptien.
Pai ties intending te de papering will de well
te attend tlie sale,
bale te commence at 10 o'clock, sharp.
HEXWOOD & THOMAS.
Sam'l. Htss & Se, AucU. jel"J-3td
VrALUAKLECIl'Y PROPERTY AT l'DB-
Will be sold at the Grape Hetel. Wm. B.
FInnev, Piopricter, en TIlUltSDAY EVEN
ING, JLY 1, 1880, all that well known Lively
Piepcrty, situated en the cast side of North
Queen street, near the Penn'a K. R. Depot,
lienting en Xertli Queen stieet. 32 feet 2J.
inches, and extending in depth 100 feet, then
widening te M) feet 2'4 inches, and extending
in depth 215 leet te Christian street, en which
is elected a two-steiy Brick ami Fiamc Stable
and Cairiage Houses, a Biick Oflice and a Store
room en Nertli Queen street. This property
is splendidly situated In the heart of tlie busi
ness pai tot the city, and is well calculated ler
a Sale or Lively Stable and an admirable place
ter a Tobacco Warehouse.
bale te commence at":.J0p. m., when teims
and conditions will be made known by
GEORGE W. ZECHEU.
II. Suubert, Auctioneer. je21-tsd
WANTED .EVERYBODY TO ADVEB
tisc, free of charge, in the Intelligen
cer, who wants something te de.
RAGS! RAGS WANTED
Housekeepers take notice that we are
paying yt cents a pound for MIXED RAGS.
uasu paiu as seen as delivered te
aprlKimd Ne. 2T5 West King Street.
DU. WM. 1. FAHNESTOCK
Having returned lrem the Seuth, has re
sumed his eflice practice, and can be found at
Ne. 230 EAST KING STREET.
C0H0 & WILEY,
3.5 NOICTU WATEIl ST., Lancaster, Pa.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
LUMBER AND GOAL.
Connection With the Telephonic Exchange.
Brunch Oflice : Ne. 3 NORTH DUKE ST.
T UMHEll AND COAL BF TELEPHONE.
The undersigned are new prepared te re
ceiv e orders for
Ceal, Lumber, Sash, Deers,
by Telephone. Step in at the Exchange ami
de your own ordering free of charge.
G. SENER & SONS,
S. E Cor. Prince anil Walnut Streets.
STATE XIF HUGH CORCORAN, LATE'
of Lancaster city, deceased. Letters of
administration en said estate having been
granted te the undersigned, all persons indebt
ed tlieiete are requested te make immediate
p lyment, ami these having claims or demands
against the same will present them without
delay ler settlement te the undersigned, le
siding in Lancaster.
MICHAEL B. CORCORAN',
J. W. Swift, Attorney.
J ESTATE OF JACOIt STAUFFEK, LATE
J of Lancaster city, deceased. Letteis of
ndininist ration en said estate having been
granted te the undersigned, all pei sons Indebt
ed theicte requested te make immediate pay
ment, and these having claims or demands
against the sumo will present them without
delay ter settlement te the undersigned.
F. II. STAUFFER.
DAVID McX. STAUFFER,
ei te Administrator.
A. ('. KhiNetiiL, Att'j.J JeJ-Ctdeutr
INSTATE OF AIARY91ULVAXT, LATE OF
li the city of Lancaster, deceased. Letters
el administration en said .estate having been
granted te the undersigned, all persons in
debted thereto aie lequested te make immedi
ate payment, ami these having claims or de
mands against the same will piesent them
vv ltheut delay ler settlement te the undcisigu
cd,icsiding in the city et Lancaster.
JXO. A. COYLE,
J ESTATE OF JAMES BOHAN, LATE OF
J the City et Lancaster, deceased. Letteis
testamentary 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 n the same w itheut delay te the
I7STATE OF FRANCIS X. SUTER, LATE
It et Lancaster city, deceased. Letters tes
tamentary en said estate having been granted
te the undersigned, all persons Indebted there
to are requested te make immediate payment,
and these having claims or demands against
the same will present them without delay for
settlement te the undersigned, residing in
Lancaster city, Pa ROSA SUl'ER,
B. i Da is, Att'y. Executrix.
1XSTATE OF MICHAEL MALONK, LATE
J of Lancaster city, deceased. Letters tes
tamentary en said estate having been giantcd
te the undersigned, all persons indebted there
to arc lequested te make immediate payment,
and these having claims or demands against
the same will present them without delay for
settlement te the undersigned. lCsidiug in
COL. EDWARD McGOVERN,
W. L. PEIPER,
Gte. M. Kline, Att'y. Exccuteis.
ESTATE OF LORENZ SCHILLING, LATE
of Lancaster citv. Pa., deceased. Letters
et administration, with the will annexed, en
said estate having been granted te the under
signed, all person indebted te said decedent
aie requested te make immediate settlement,
and these having claims or demands against
the estate et said decedent te make known the
same te the undersigned without delay, resid
ing in Lancaster citv.
ROSE RAPP. Administratis.
B. F. Davis, Attorney. my37-6tdeaw
ESTATE OF ANN McCORT, LATE OF
Lancaster city, deceased. Letters testa
ment uy en said estate having been grunted
te the uiideisigned, all persons indebted te
said decedent aie 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
w itheut delay, lesidiugin Lancaster city.
REV. A. F. KAUL,
1 STATE OF JAMES W. RHEY, LATE
li of Lancaster City, deceased. Letters of ad
ministration en said estate having been grant
ed te the undersigned, all persons indebted
thereto are requested te make immediate pay
ment, and these having claims or demands
against the same will present them without do de
lay for settlement te the undersigned, or her
attorney, J. L. Steimnetz.
J. L. Stlixjuctr, Att'V. m27-Ctdeaw
ESTATE OF'UEORGE K1TENMILLER,"
late of West Lampeter tewnshlp.dcceased.
Letters testamentary en said estate having
been granted te 'he undersigned, all persons
indebted theicte are requested te make imme
diate payment, and these having claims or de
mands against the same will present them
without delay ter settlement te the undersign
ed, remding in said township.
D. McMcllex, Att'y. ' m2C-t;tw
UY THE BLATCHLEY
Fer Cisterns or Wells of any depth.
PLAIN, ZROX, PORCELAIN OR COPPER
Brands, AC, G. XIX, GG, G Ne. I, B. BB, B Ne.
Fer sale by the Hardware Trade, Country
Stores, Pump Makers, etc. See that the Pump
you buy is stenciled
0. Ot. BLATCHLEY,
Manufacturer, Markettst, Phlladelphia,Fa
MONDAY EVENING, JUNE 21, 188.
PENNSYLVANI DELEGATION ORGAN.
The Declinations of Seymour and Tllden
nayaru's strength, anil the Opposition
of the Tllden People The PeunnjI PeunnjI
taniansXet United A Dark
Herse the Probable Win
ner of the Race.
Editorial Dispatch te the Ixtellige.clr.
Cincinnati, June 21. The Pennsylva
nia delejnitien erjranized easily bv the
unanimous election of Maleehi Hay, of
Pittsburgh, chairman. 3Iessrs. Black,
Scott, Cowan, Stengcr and Land is were
named as a committee te select subordi
nate officers. Tlie delegation will meet
again at 5 o'clock this afternoon.
The crowd here is immense, and the
weather almost suffocating. Thousands
of strangers are pouring into the city
hourly, and giving additional animation
te the scene. The Tilden letter of with
drawal and Seymour's repeated per
emptery declination eliminate them from
the contest, while Judge Field's strength
does net seem te have the necessary " bot
tom " te last, and is probably super
ficial. Bayard boomed along in a prom prem
ising fashion yesterday, and August Bel
mont, the rich Xew Yerk banker, and
Gov. Wade Hampton, of Seuth Carolina,
are according powerful aid, but the strong
opposition te him manifested by the Til
den people will be apt te prevent his nom
ination as well as that of any Xew Yerk
man, while Hendrick'schauccsarccripplcd
by the same influence.
If a union of the Pennsylvania delega
tion could be effected en Bayard, Randal1
or Hancock a contingency that does net
new seem at all piebable one of them
could be nominated. If Randall's friends
shall be se indiscreet as te make him a
leading candidate at the outset, thereby
antagonizing ethers, he will be effectually
killed ; his only chance is as a dark her.se
and he must be kept blanketed.
The dissensions in Ohie's delegation and
a disinclination te make that state the pre
liminary battle ground in October will be
enough te beat Payne, and you need net
be surprised te .see such a name as McDon
ald, of Indiana sprung en the convention
and bear oil' the nomination, although
everj thing new is purely cenjectinal and
the situation, even with Tilden and Sey
mour out of the way, has net crystallized
sufficiently te render possible anything
like an accurate forecast. W. U. II.
TILDEN S DECLINATION.
The New Yerk Delegates Impressing Their
Sense of Regret.
By Associated Press.
CixciNxm, June 21. The Xew Yeik
delegation has just passed the following
resolution in reference te Mr. Tildcn's
letter of declination.
Jieselced, That with a .sense of piofeund
gratitude for his gieat services te the
country and the Democratic paity, and
unqualified ad mini tien for his character
and abilities, this delegation has leceivcd
with deep icgiet the impressive deuliuatien
by Governer Tilden te be a candidate for
rcnominatien for piesidcnt of the United
A copy of the lesolutien was sent te the
headquartcis of the Kentucky delegation.
i!,jard Gaining Ground.
The hotels and streets aie well idled
with stiangeis and evidence of keen inter
est is seen en every hand. The sentiment
of delegates as they ariive seems te pre
ponderate iu favor of IJayaul, but with no
certainty of his nomination.
Ilendiick's fiieuds rather despair ever
his piespects. Hancock's friends, who are
many, appear te be reserving themselves
until their oppeitunity develops. Jevvett has
quite a fellow ing which is active and well
organized. Field's delegates are working
hard and methodically. Randelph and
Gieesbeck each has many earnest suppoit suppeit
crs. On the whole the general situation
is se mixed that nothing could be mere
hazaideus than any prediction as te Hie
Afternoon Telegrams Cendei.sed.
Edwin and Sylvester Schurr were buiicd
by the caving in of an eie mine at
Bremingsville, Lehigh county, en Satur
day, and have died fiem their injtnies.
At Hart fold, Conn., Jehn and Henry
Fiichickman, brothers, returning home at
10 o'clock Saturday night, were fired at by
unknown parties behind a stone wall and
both fatally injured.
The first pi izc in the France-Amui ican
lottery, a service of plate valued at 20,
000 francs, was one yesterday by Xe.
07e742 ; second pi izc, a set of jewels, by
"Washington, June 21. Fer the Middle
Atlantic states, partly cloudy weather,
possibly occasional rain, winds mostly from
southwest te neithwest, itatien.ny tem
perature and baienieter.
(HPT DKA n'lAUS.
AUTHORIZED 1SY Til. CO.VI..10N
wealth of Ky., and the fairest in the world
21st Popular Monthly Drawing
COMMONWEALTH DISTRIBUTION CO.
At Macaulcy's Theatre, in the City et Leuis
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 30th, 1330.
THESE DKAWINGS, AUTHORIZED 1!Y
THE LEGISLATURE AND SUSTAINED UY
ALL THE COUUTsOE KENTUCKY, accord
ing te a contract made with the owners of the
Frankfort grant, will occur regularly en tlie
LA&T DAVOFEVEKY MONTH. Sundays and
Fridays excepted, for the period of FIVE
Y EARS, terminating en JUXE 30. lssi.
The United States Circuit Court en Match 31,
rendered the following decisiens:
It That the Commonwealth Distribution
Company Is legal.
2d Its drawings are net fraudulent.
Tlie managementcall attention te the nhcral
scheme which has met with such popular t.iv or
heretofore, and which will again be presented
x pnzt . i'.(aw
10 prizes $1,000 each 10,000
20 prizes 500 each 10,000
100 prizes, $100 each lo,euu
aoe prizes 50 each 10,000
000 prizes 20 each IJ,i0
1000 prizes 10 each 10,000
9 prizes 300 each, approximation pri zes 2,700
9 prizes 200 each, " " 1,800
9 prizes 100 each, " " U0O
1,980 prizes $112,400
Whole tickets, $2; half tickets, $1; 27 tickets
$50; 55 tickets, $100.
Remit by Postefficc Meney Order, Registered
Letter, Bank Draft or Express.
Te insure against mistakes and delays, cor
respondents will please write their nainea and
places of residence plainly, giving number of
Postoffice box or Street, and Town, County and
AH communications connected with the Dis
tributien and Orders for Tickets should be ad
dressed te R. M. BOARDHAN, Courier-Journal
Building, Louisville, Ky., or 307 and 309
ltreadwav. New Yerk. m3lTuTh,b.tw
Mew Yerk Market.
Nkw Yerk. June 21. Fleur state and Wet
ern dull and prices j huvers' favor
superfine state $5 SO! 25; extra
de 3 73g4 23; choice de W 304 35:
fancy 5 05Q6 00; round hoop Ohie WCO05 00 :
choice de $5 106 25 ; superfine western 300
i ; coramen te geed extra de $3 7304 40 ;
5!loUeio4S070: choice white wheat de
65g5 00; southern duU, unchanged : com-
$6W5u eXtm 5360' soed te choice de
Wheat Snrlniritnititnni. it-i...
KKl'C lewer: Ne lf...l .t.... ii.vni.
IleJulyl 13 ; Ue AuBnTw5 "' 3W "
Cern dull and C?Ic lower.' Mixed western
spot, 4j52c; de tuture 5031c.
Oats dull : State JOQOc ; Western STffillc
Beef dnll and prices unchanged.
Perk tinner ; new mess $1750.
Lard quiet and linn; steam rendered 47 U)
Whisky dull ; Western 1 Ofl VJ.
Spirits of turpentine dun at 44ffl45c.
PHiLADiLrHiA. June 21. Fleur quiet, steady;
superflne2 75S3t)0; extra at 3 2aft3 75; Ohie
and Indiana thmilv nr jn imitf rui !,, ,.,..
grades iti 50i7 Jin
Kye flour at $4 251 .TT.
Cornmeal Brandywlue unchanged.
VV heat dull and lower ; Ne. 2 Western lleil
ff'-S&Vh ; 1,u,m' lcd$122ieii3; Amber
Jl'JiT1.11"" for local use; steamer 51c; yellow
525Jc ; mixed ellc.
Oats dull and weak: Ne. 1, White. L!c: Ne.
2. dellc; Ne. J, de 19c; Ne. :, Mixed 3VA
Kye steady: Western and l'a. st.se.
Previsions firmer ; mtiw. perk at $12 251250 ;
becriiams $20 502I ; India m.s beet $lt!l 5u :
u..,...,e,..,cu niiiiiiii-iT.?Mu.?4e ; sun an.v.c
smoked hims 11012c ; piekled liam yfill.e.
Lard lirmer; city kettle 7c ; loose
but eherst ic; prime steam $7 30.
Butter choice lirmer: Creamery extra. 22c:
de geed te choice. I'.(g21c: llrmlteid Count v
and New Yerk extra. lU(g20e ; Western Re
serve extra, 1517c ; de geed te choice 1214e :
Roils dull; Penn'a extra 1U&13; Western re
serve extra 10lec.
Eggs e.iicr ; Penn'a II'SIjc; Western 12K
Cheese dull and lower; New Yerk full cream
10..llc: Western lull cream, Ue: de te t.nr te
geed Ssic; de ludrskiins TJWSc.
Petroleum Meady ; ictlucds-.xc.
Seeds Geed te prime Timethy neglected at
$i 7529J : Flaxseed nominal at St 10.
PuiLAiKt.viii,June21. Cattle market aetive:
receipt-s 3.000 head. Prime 540c; geed Ql'w
Vic; medium 4G5c: common 4!j4;,;e.
Mieep market active; receipts Mux) head.
Prime 5J5c: geed 4ile; medium 4
ilAc; coiniuen 3'J3'jC.
Hogs Market lair: receipts loeo nVud.
Prime ;,c; goedoe; medium sje; common
St m. Siarlcctr..
I'lilLAOici.i'iiiA, June 21.
I2i0r. m. smr.ji.
Mecks stead v.
Pennab's (thud hisuej....
Philadelphia & Eile. .. .
United Ces. et N. J..
Nertheiu Central ...
Central Transpoiltttieu Ce. 4'
Pitts., Tltiisville &. lhillale. If
N. Y. Central
Cleveland A Pittsburgh..,
Chicago A Reclclslund
Pittsburgh & Fert Wayne,
Western Union Tel. Ce
Teledo ,t V iilmsh ,
New .lersev Central ,
Unitc.l States ItniKls :ind Sterling hxrh m-i .
(Quotations by 11. K. Jamisen tic Ce., a. V
Cor. 3d ami Chestnut StieeLs).
PllILADZI-rill a. J tine 21.
United States fi's, 1H, (registered). .imfiliet
United St.ites.Vs. 1KSI, (regiteretl)..lic:i$9iu:jrt
United States li's, 1C)I (iegisteied)l()'i-'ij)ll!i'M
United States 4jA's,I9I, (coupons).. .Ilrtjiililij,,
United States 4's, 1907. (iegUteiel)..1074l07,'H
United states Cui leney b's f21
Sterling Exehanue IMSJ!S"I
Sjeciai lacce Ferfter!
We have had a laigc demand for this aitlcl(
It lias been piepaied te suit the soil et Lan
caster and Clii-ster counties.
Deseriptivcciicul.irssent lieu upon applii-t-tien.
BAUGH & SONS,
20 Seulli Delaware Avenue,
Fer 'ale Cheap.
W. D. Sprcclicr & Sen,
31 EAST KING STREET,
The untold inNeiies that le le
snltl'reiu indiscretion inearly
life innv be allcviat'-d uml
cured. These who doubt tins
assertion should purchase the
new medical work published
bv th PEARODY MEDICAL
INSTITUTE, Bosten, enti
tled, THE SCIKNCK OF
L1E; or, SLLF-PRESi:i:-VATION.
ity, nervous and phjulcul debility, or vital
ity mi palled by the errors of j euth, or tee close
application te business, may be restored and
Twe liumlli (ith edition, revised and enlarg
ed, just published. It is a staudaiti medical
vi eik. the best in the English language, writ
ten by a physician of gieat experience, te
whom was awarded a geld and jeweled medal
by the Londen Medical Association. It con
tains beautiful and very expensive engravings.
Tluee hiiudn d pages; mere than. 50 valuable
prescriptions ferall formsef prevallingilisea-e,
the result of many years of extensive and suc
cessful practice, cither one et which is worth
ten times the price of the book. Bound in
French cloth ; price only $1, sent by mail, pest
The Londen Lancet says. "Ne person should
he without this valuable book. The author Is
a noble benefactor."
The Tribune nay a: "The author has had un
precedented success in dealing with nervous
ness et all kinds and' lis affections, whether
due te pernicious habits or inherited. He Is n
Nerve-specialist, and theiefere knows wheieel
he writes with such power and ability."
An illustrated sample bent te all en receipt
of I! cents for postage.
The author refers, by pei mission, te Hen. I.
A. BISsELL, M. D.. picsidcnler the National
Addr ss Dr. W. II. PARKER, Ne UP A T
4 Bullfinch street. Bosten, Mas. HrXrUJ
theauther may be consulted en all
diseases le'iuinngskiM and expert-rPTJYWf P
dice. dec24-lyw inieriiir
ENGINES AND MACHINERY
Ol all Kinds, repaired at Short Netice.
IRON AND BRASS
CASMS Al PATTERNS,
MADE TO ORDER.
Of all Sizes. All Kinds of
BRASS AND IRON VALVES
AND BEER SPIGOTS REPAIRED
3-Foundry and Machine Shep rear of W
D. Sprecher Sen's Seed Stere, Grant and
JOS. H. HTJBER.
ily 4 755 25; St. Leuis lamily 5 50(ftiOU;
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