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LANCASTER DAILY 1KTEIXIGENCEK. TUESDAY, JUNE 22- 1880.
i
Police News.
Last evening Abraham Rinchart and
Samuel Overly, who were drunk, began
fighting en Lew street. The neighbors
heard the noise, and one of them made
complaint before Alderman Dennelly of
the Seventh ward against the men. Offi
cer Leaman started te arrest them, but be
fore he arrived en the ground, Officer Jler
ringer, who had heard of the row, had
taken Overly in charge and started with
him te the station house. Overly went
along quietly for some distance, but final
ly started te run. The officer chased him
te his house in Middle street, where, after
considerable trouble the man was arrested,
Chief of Police Deichlcr and Officer Storm Sterm
feltz having come te Merringer's assist
ance. This morning the mayor sent Over
ly te jail for 5J0 days. Itinehart was ar
rested by Officer Leaman, and will be
heard before Alderman Dennelly.
The mayor sent another drunk te jail
for 20 days and a third for 25 days.
Tlic Runaway ltey.
Charles Crantz, the runaway boy who
was found asleep in the stable attached te
Henry Erisman's hotel, and who said he
came from Plymouth, Luzerne county,
will probably seen be returned te his
friends. Chief of Police Deichler this morn
ing received two telegrams relative te the
boy. The one was from D. E. Crantz, of
Plymouth, saying ' I wjll come en imme
diately." The ether despatch was from
J. Ely, who asks: "Will the boy come di
rect home if we send money ? Answer."
Chief Diechler answered the latter dis
patch by informing Mr. Ely that Mr.
Crantz was coming for the boy. Mean
while the boy remains in jail awaiting a
"claimant.'"
ClIAULKS WISOWEK'S DEATH.
It is Still a Mystery.
The coroner's jury, empanelled te hear
llie testimony in the case of Charles Win Win
ewcr, whose body was found in the creek
ni Thursday last, met again last night.
Several additional witnesses were heard,
but nothing new was elicited. The jury
found that he came te his death in a man
ner unknown te them, the body having
been found in the Conestoga creek. It is
believed by the members of tlic coroner's
.!'
as well as many ethers, mat the
body
was in the creek ler at least two
days.
Argument Court.
In argument court the following cases
have been concluded :
Jacob Hrese vs. 1'crnard Short. Utile
for a new trial. Hele discharged.
Cem'th vs. Geerge Wallace, executer of
Harriet Wallace. Case stated. Judgment
entered in favor of defendant.
Abraham Weidinan's trust estate. Ex
ceptions te auditor's report. Exceptions
disni'sH'd.
Little Locals.
Mrs. Plnebe Earle Gibbens, of this
county, is new visiting Yerk.
On Friday last, a woman whose name is
stated te have been Robinson, entered
Bear's store at Yerk Furnace, where she
was attacked with :i hacking cough, dur
ing which she ruptured a bleed vessel,
causing her death in a short time.
Yesterday morning Mrs. Jacob Leber,
aged about 07 years, residing in Yerk
township, about, five miles from Yerk,
while attempting te walk across a beard
above the hay left, lest her balance and
full, striking a joist below. Site fell en her
abdomen, and sustained very severe, and
it is feared fatal injuries.
A Sleepy Landlord.
All Eighth ward landlord slept se late
this morning that his thirsty customers,
after waiting in front of the deer for
an unreasonable length of time for
their morning cocktails, concluded that
beniface was dead. Se they reverently
hung a piece of black crape en the deer
knob, and sent for the undertaker and cor
oner, who, en their arrival, found the
landlord wide awake and one of the mad
dest and liveliest corpses they ever at
tempted te operate upon.
Malicious Mischiei.
This morning Mr. Jehn I. llartinan
made complaint before the mayor against
a number of boys who have been breaking
the windows of the primary school houses
en West Chestnut street. Over one hun
dred panes of glass have been broken.
Warrants for the arrest of the boys have
been issued, and they will be arrested.
Niirht ISloeming Cercus.
A handsome specimen of night bloom
ing cercus, belonging te Judge Livingston,
last evening opened, and a large number
of the judge's friends and neighbors were
attracted te his residence en North Duke
street te view and admire the beautiful
flower.
Malicious Mischief.
Seme bad boys broke about one hun
dred panes of glass out of the windows of
tlic primary schools en West Chestnut
street sometime during last night or this
morning.
1'caches Here.
Peaches have made their appearance in
our markets and sell at $2.."0 per box.
They are very small.
Ma. Henry Sciiaffkk. Millersburg, Ohie, was
,ured of Rheumatism in the hip by St. Jacob's
Oil.
The queen of medicinal soaps, the match-le-s
Ciitieiirn. Sales, 1870, 450,000 cakes.
.Mil F. Wilke, Lafayette, Ind., reports a cac
where a man suffered se badly with Jtheumtt
'! Unit lie enultl net mere. Ills legs were
swollen ami he had the most terrible pains.
Twelve hours alter the tlrst application of the
t. Jacob's Oil the pains were gene and the
swelling had disappeared.
Pleasure Trip te Niagara Falls.
The management take pleasure In announc
ing that they have made arrangements for a
grand excursion te Niagara Falls, Buffalo,
Klmira, Wntkins Glen and Geneva, te take
place en Tuesday, August 3, 1S80. Tickets will
be geed for 15 days, te return en all regular
trains and geed te step off at Buffalo. Klmira,
Watkins Glen, Munch Chunk. Allentown and
Reading. Fare for the round trip about $10.
Trains will leave Lancaster and Columbia at
S p. in. via the popular route, Philadelphia and
Reading te Allentown, Lehigh Valley te El
uiira. and New Yerk, ami Erie te Buffalo and
Niagara Falls. Special cars through without
change. Particulars given later in circular
form. jc22-ltd&w
Better Late than Never !
- Don't put off until te-morrow what can and
should be done te-day," is wise. If you have
never used SOZODONT for your teeth, make a
bee-line te the druggist and get a bottle and
begin te use it at once. " Veil?, sap."
jc21-lwdued&w
Emuciatien, dropsy, mental and
weakness arrested by Malt Bitters.
physical
SPECIAL NOTICES.
Kidney-Wert effectively acts at the satn
time en Kidneys, Liver and Bowels.
Je21-lwd& v
Haunted He.
Debt, poverty and suffering haunted me for
years, caused by a sick family and large bills
for doctoring which did no geed. I was com
pletely discouraged, until one year age, by
the advice of my pastor, I procured IIep Bit
ters and commenced tiieir use, and in one
month we were all well, and none of us have
been sick a day since ; and 1 want te say te all
peer men, you can keep your families well a
year with Hep Bitters for less than one doc
ter's visit will ce.st. A Workingman.
jel5-2wdftw
An Old Man Kestered te Health.
Batavia, X. Y., Sept. 15, 1879.
II. H. Wap.xeu ft Ce., Kechesteu, X. Y. Gkst
tlemkst " Fer forty years I have sutfered with
Dlabetts, being obliged te void urine as elten
asencein thirty minutes, and have also been
ft great sufferer from palpitation et the heart.
1 am new using your Diabetes Cure, and can
truly bay, at seventy years ef age, tliat it
makes :nc feel like a new man."
jel5-2wd&W PETER SHOWEnMAX.
Fer. Catarrhal and Threat Disorders
'Ilrewn's Bronchial Troches'' arc renowned
and marvelleusly effective, giving immediate
relief in most case. 'e22-lwdTTh&S&w
.Mr. Bewen, ei Gun Lake, Mich., says: "The
people here cannot de without 'Sellers' Liver
Pills.-" Try them.
Trv Lecher's Ucnewned Congh Syrup.
Graje Culture and Wine.
The culture of grapes in New Jersey is get
ting te be one of the most important indus
tries of the slate. The principal varieties
raised are the Oporto and Concord. Mr.Speer's
vineyards at Passaic premise a larger yield
this than any previous year. In consequence
.Mr. Spcer has reduced the price of his Pert
Grape Wine. The eldest can new be had at $1
per bottle treni anyet the druggists. It is used
for medicinal purposes as a superior wine, and
in churches for communion purposes. Its
properties are net intoxicating se that the
weakest person may us it te advantage, and
temperance people cannot object te its use ler
medicine. Evening Bulletin.
This wine is endorsed by Drs. Atlee and
Davis, ami sold by II. K. Slaymaker.
jel5-2wdftw
Try Lecher's Ucnewned Cough Syrup.
"What's the matter. Jehn?" "
boil." " Well, why don't you take
e:
III-
a big
Lind-
sey's Bleed Searcher,' anil be cured?"
Try Lecher's Renowned Cough Syrup
Itreivn'H Household I'anacea
Is the moil effective Pain Destroyer in the
world. Will most surely quicken the bleed
whether taken internally erapplied externally
and thereby mere certainly RELIEVE PAIN,
whether chronic or acuti', than any ether pain
alleviator, and it is warranted double the
strength el any .similar preparation.
It cure.-, puin in the Side, Hack or llewels,
Sere Threat, Rheumatism, Toothache and ALL
ACHES, and is the GREAT RELIEVER OF
PAIN. "BROWN'S HOUSEHOLD PANA
CEA " .should be in every family. Atcaspoon Atcaspeon Atcaspoen
1 n 1 ei the i'anacea in a tumbler el het water
(sweetened, if prclerred), taken at bedtime,
will ISKKAIC UP A COLD. 23 cents a bottle.
Fer sale at II. II. Cochran & Ce's Drugstore
North Queen street. Lancaster.
Aluch Sickness,
Undoubtedly with children, attributed toether
causes, is occasioned by Worms. BROWN'S
VERMIFUGE COMFITS, or Werm Lozenges
although ellectual in destroying worms, ean
de no pesiblc injury te the most delicate child
Tills valuable combination has been success
fully used by physicians, and found te be ab
solutely .sure in eradicating worms. Twenty
live cents a box. iunl3-lvd&wTuTh&S
statistics prove that twenty-live per cent,
of the deaths in our larger cities are caused by
consumption, and when we reflect that this
terrible disease in its worst stage will yield te
a bottle of Lecher's Ucnewned Cough Syrup,
shall we condemn the sufferers for their negli
gence, or pity them for their ignorance? Ne
U East King street.
Try Lecher's Renowned Cough Syrup.
An Old Docter's Advice.
It was this: "Trust in Ced and keep your
bowels open." Fer this purpose many an old
doetei has advised the habitually costive te
take Kidney-Wert ler no ether remedy se ef
fectually overcomes this condition, and that
without the distress and griping which ether
medicines cause. It is a radical cure ler piles.
Don't tail te use it. e2I-lwdftw
Try Lecher's Kenewned Cough Syrup.
POLITICAL.
DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET.
FOR SCFSCMIi JUDUE.
GEORGE A.J ENKS.
FOR AUDITOR OBNERAL.
RORERT P. DKCHERT.
DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET.
FOR CONORESS.
J.L. STEINMETZ.
FOR DISTRICT ATTORNEY.
i). Mcmullen,
roil SENATOR (13th DISTRICT.)
J. 15. DOUGLASS.
FOR ASSEMBLY (2(1 DISTRICT.)
S. C. STEVENSON,
S. P, SHIRK.
FOR ASSEMBLY (3d DISTRICT.?
AMOS DILLER,
R. DAVIS YUNDT,
JACOB M. HAENLEX.
FOR PRISON INSPECTORS,
ISARTON M. WINTERS
15ENJ. MILLER.
-FOR rOOR DIRECTORS.
A 'J.SNYDER,
JOHN FRANC1SCUS.
JUAJtRIAOES.
15acs Lumkk. June 17. by Rev. F. P.
Mayser, Gustavus liaus, et Saxony-Weimer, te
Mina Lunike, of Hanover, Germany. It
1EATHS.
SiTTKK. At Washington, I). C . en the 18th
inst.. General Jae. A. Sutter, in the 78th year
of his age.
Funeral at Litiiz, en Thursduy afternoon, at
2J o'clock. Interment at Moravian cemetery,
Lilitz, Pa. jeJlsitd
NEW AltFEJITISEMEXTS.
Commissioners' Office of Lancaster Ce. )
Lancaster. Pa., June 21, 1S80.
ATOTICE TO BRIDGE BUILDERS.
X Scaled propesuls will h received at the
County Commissioners' Office, at Lancaster,
I'll., until MONDAY, JULY 26, at lio'eleck m.,
for the erection and completion et a Weeden
Bridge (Inter-county Bridge) acrass the Octo Octe Octe
rare creek at Mercer's lording, in Sadsbury
township. Plan und specitlcatiens et the
above bridge am be seen by calling at the
Commissioners' Office. Bids must he in gross
and include the whole work excavating,
masonry and superstructure. Separate bids
ler masonry, &c., will net be considered. The
Commissioners reserve the right te reject any
or all bids.
Jiv order of the Commissioners.
je23-ltd&3tw 1. N. S. WILL, Clerk.
HKAIMJUARTEItS FOR
FIREWORKS,
FLAGS AND
CHINESE LANTERNS.
Campaign Torches for Parades, burning 3
hours, t iremen's Torches, colored fire.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Orders received for all Sizes Bunting Flags.
D. S. BUllSK'S,
Ne. 17 EAST KING STREET.
PROPOSALS FOR BUILDING.
Sealed proposals will be received by the
Beard of Trustees of the Yeates Institute until
JUNE 25, 1880, for the erection of a Scheel
Building en the let en the northeastern corner
et Duke and Walnut streets. The contractor
will be expected te de all the work connected
with the building, including plumbing, gas
fitting, Ac, and making the flues and connec
tions for the heater. The right te reject any or
all of the bids is reserved. The plans and spec
ifications can be seen at the office et S. H.
Reynolds, esq. Proposals te be addressed te
the undersigned.
GEORGE NAUMAN,
jc!5.5td Secretary of Beard of Trustees.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
H. Z. RHOADS & BRO.
MANUFACTURING,
IMPORTING,
JOBBING,
WHOLESALING AND
RETAILING JEWELERS.
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
Jewelry Repairing.
Ne. 4 WEST KING STREET.
MIS LELLANEO US.
TOItACCO RAISERS !
Insure your Creps against less or damage
by hail at BAUSMAN ft BURNS'S
Insurance Office, 10 West Orange Street.
jeS-eedtfli
PRIVATE LESSONS GIVEN TO 1UUNG
ladies or gentlemen prewiring- te pass ex
amination for admission te the High Scheel, te
the College, or for Certificates as teachers, by
CEO. N. GLOVEU,
je21-lwd Ne. 537 West Chestnut Street.
CUTY TAXES.
The duplicate of city taxes is new in the
hands of the Treasurer. Five per cent, abate
ment will be allowed en all tuxes paid en or be
lore Julv 1, 18SU. E. WELCHANS,
jc4-tdM,F&SR Treasurer.
MsENNEKCIIOlt EXCURSION.
All members of the Lancaster Mamner Mamner
cher intending te participate in the excursion
te Yerk Furnace, en July 5, 1SS0, are request
ed te report te the secretary elt her at Mamner Mamner
cher Hall or 210 North Queen street, en or be
lore June 28, 1880.
By order el the Committee.
GEO. PFEIFFEK,
jel'J 3tdS,MS Secretary.
TTAY! HAY!! HAY!!!
FIFTY TONS Ne. 1 TIMOTHY HAY,
M. F. STEIGERWALT & SON'S,
s 27-lyd 334 NOKTII WATER STHEET.
s
FECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT.
An extraordinary reduction in prices of
SUMMER CLOTHING,
te close out our entire stock, as Mr. II. Hirsh Is
new in Europe buying ler the Fall Trade.
Clothing made te order at a reduction et 20 per
cent. ' IIIKS1I ft BRO.,
Penn Hall Clothing Heuse,
ie21-2tdM&S Lancaster, Pa.
kKOPOSALS FOR STREET AVORK.
I Sealed proposals will lie received bv the
Street Committee up te JUNE 24, at 7 o'clock
). m., for furnishing gutter or backing stone
ler the useet the city for the year ending June
1, 1881, as needed by the Street Committee.
Alse for grading Plum street trem the Penn
sylvania R. R. te New Helland turnpike. Each
item te be bid for separately. The Committee
reserve the right te icject any or all bids re
ceived. Proposals te be endorsed stating the
work bid for anil te be addressed te D.McMul
len. Chairman, 122 East King street. Plans and
specifications te be seen at the office et
JAMES C. CARPENTER.
jc21-3td City Regulator, l!i North Duke St.
TlfE RESPECTFULLY DIRECT THE AT-
y tentien et the public te our list of prices
ler caAi., delivered as ionews :
Genuine Lvkens Vallev E-g and Steve... $1.80 (
"" " Nut 4.35
Celebrated Enterprise Egg and Nut 4.33
" " ISreken and Steve. 4.00
Hard Egg and Nut 4.33 i
" Rreken and Steve 4.00
All Grades Ne. 1 Pea 3.:J3 I
Purchasers will save Irein '
15 te 70 Cents
per ten by buying Ceal at above prices. We
de net employ agents te solicit orders, prefer
ring te give our customers the b'jnelit of the
commissions usually paid te such agents.
TnE CELEBRATED
ENTERPRISE COAL
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
receiving large invoices of it, we are ready at
all times te till orders ler the same.
H. BAUMGABDNER & CO.
jel9-4tdS,M,S&MR
MEVIVAL.
Brandy as a Medicine.
The lollewing article was voluntarily sent te
Mr. II. E. Slaymaker, Agent for Reigart's Old
Wine Stere, by a prominent practising physi
cian el this county, who has extensively used
the Brandy referred te in his regular practice.
It is commended te the attention of these af
flicted with
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 medicine of great potency in the cure
of some of the destructive diseases which
sweep away their annual thousands of victims.
With a purely philanthropic motive we pre
sent te the favorable notice et invalids espe
cially these afflicted with that miserable dis
ease Dyspepsia, a specific remedy, which is
nothing mere or less than
Brandy.
The aged, with tceble appetite and mere or
less debility, will find this simple medicine, .
wnen used prepeny,
A Sovereign Remedy
or all their ills and aches. Be it, however
strictly understood that we prescribe and use
but one article, and Unit is
REIGART'S OLD BRANDY,
Sold by our enterprising young friend, H. K
SLAYMAKER. This Brandy has steed the
test for years, and has never failed, as far
as our experience extends, and we therefore
give it the prelerence ever all ether Brandies,
no matter with hew many jaw-breaking French
titles they are branded. One-fourth of the
money that is yearly thrown away en various
impotent dyspepsia specifics would suffice te
buy all the Brandy te cure any such case or
cases. In proof of the curative powers et
Reigart's Old Brandy,
In eases et Dyspepsia, we can summon num
hers of witnesses one case in particular we
cite:
A hard-working farmer had been aillicted
with an exhaustive Dyspepsia ter a number of
years; his stomach would reject almost every
kind of feed; he had sour eructatiens con
stantly ue appetite in fact, he was obliged te
restrict his diet te crackers and stale bread,
and as a beverage he used McGrann's Reet
Beer. He is a Methodist, and then, as new,
preached at times, and in his discourses often
declaimed earnestly against all kinds of strong
unuK. ucu uuviseu iu uy
Reigart's Old Brandy,
In ills case, he looked up with astonishment,
but after hearing of its wonderful etfects in
the cases of some of his near acquaintances, he
at last consented te fellow our advice. He
used the Brandy faithfully and steadily; the
first bottle giving him an appetite, and before
the second was taken he was a sound man. with
a stomach capable of digesting anything which
he chose te eat. He still keeps it and uses a lit
tle occasionally ; and since he has this medi
cine lie has been of very little pecuniary bene
fit te the doctor. A Practisine Physician.
H. E. SLAYJLIKER,
AGENT FOR
Reigart's Old TVme Stere,
Established in 1785,
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
FINE OLD BRANDIES, SHERRIES, SUPE-
RIOR OLD MADEIRA, (Imported in 1818,
1827 and 1828.) CHAMPAGNES O
EVERY BRAND, SCOTCH ALE
PORTER, BROWN STOUT.
Ne. 89 EAST KINO ST.. LANCASTER, FA
EOR SALE OR RENT.
I 'OR RENT.
The second story et Eshleman ft Rath
von's Hanking Heuse, at Centre Square, and
also a room en second story, opposite the
Penn'a K. R. Depot, en Chestnut street.
15. F. ESHLEMAN,
f2.5-2tdA.Stl Atternev-at Law
PUBLIC SALE.
On WEDNESDAY, JUNE 23, 1SS0, at Ne.
13 East Orange street, will be sold an elegant
ussertment of Wall Paper of every description.
Parties intending te de papering will de well
te attend the sale.
Sale te commence at 10 o'clock, sharp.
HENWOOD ft THOMAS.
Sam'l. IIuss ft Sex, Aucts. jel'J-3td
TrALUABLE C1X
V LlC SALE.
Y PROPERTY AT I'LB-
11MII 1... ailjl at tUa flvnnn llntAl W.n T
Finnev, Proprietor, en THURSDAY EVEN
ING, J LY 1, 1880, all that well known Livery
Property, situated en the east side of North
Queen street, near the Penn'a It. R. Depot,
fronting en North Queen street, 32 feet 24
inches, and extending in depth 100 feet, then
widening te CO feet 2'4 inches, and extending
in depth 245 feet te Christian street, en which
is erected a two-story Brick and Frame Stable
and Carriage Houses, a Brick Office and a Store
room en North Queen street. This property
is splendidly situated in the heart of the busi
ness part of the city, and is well calculated for
a Sale or Livery SUible and an admirable place
ler a Tobacco Warehouse.
Sale te commence at 7:30 p. m., when terms
and conditions will be made known by
GEORGE W. ZECIIER.
II. Shubkrt, Auctioneer. je2I-tsd
WANTED.
lirANTED. .EVERYBODY TO ADVER
f T tise, free of charge, in the Intkllieen-
cur, who wants something te de.
1AUS! RAGSt RAGS! RAGS WANTED
i Housekeepers take notice that we arc
paying 2J4 cents a pound for MIXED RAGS.
Cash paid as seen as delivered te
WM. HENNECKE,
aprlKlmd Ne. H West King Street.
tiGJI NOTICES.
TESTATE OF FRANCIS X. SUTER. LATE
JLj of Lancaster city, deceased. Letters tes
tamentary en said estate having been granted
te the undersigned, nil 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 SUTER,
15. F. Davis, Att'y. Executri
jehMitdeaw
INSTATE OF MICHAEL MALONE, LATE
li of Lancaster city, deceased. Letters tes
tanentary en said estate having been granted
te the undersigned, all persons indebted there
to are requested te make immediate payment,
and tliesc having claims or demands against
the same will present them without delay ler
settlement te the undersigned, residing in
Lancaster city.
COL. EDWARD McGOVERN,
W. L. PEIPER,
J. M. BURKE,
Gee. M. Kline, Att'y. Executers.
msi-iitueaw
INSTATE OF LOKENZ SCHILLING, LATE
J of Lancaster city. Pa., deceased. Letters
el administration, with the will annexed, en
said estate having been granted te the under
signed, all person indebted te said decedent
are requested te make immediate settlement,
ami these having claims or demands against
the estate of said decedent te make known the
same te the undersigned without delay, resid
ing in Lancaster city.
ROSE RAPP, Administratrix,
15, F. Davis, Attorney. my37-6tdeaw
1. VST ATE OF ANN MeCORT, LATE OF
li Lancaster city, deceased. Letters testa
mentary en said estate having been granted
te the undersigned, all persons indebted te
said decedent arc 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, residing in Lancaster city.
REV. A. F. KAUL,
jcVCtdeaw Executer.
INSTATE OF JAMES W. RHEY, LATE
J of Lancaster City, deceased. Letters of ad
ministration en said estate having been grant
ed te the undersigned, all persons indebted
thereto are requested te make immediate pay
ment, und these having claims or demands
against the same will present them without de
lay for settlement te the undersigned, or her
attorney, J. L. Steinmetz.
JULIA RHEY,
Administratrix.
J. L. Steinmetr. Att'v. m27-Utdeaw
ESTATE OF OEORGE EITENMILLER,
late of West Lampeter tewnshlp.deceasetl.
Letters testamentary en said estate having
been granted te 'he undersigned, all persons
indebted thereto are requested te make imme
diate payment, and these having claims or de
mands against the same will present them
without delay for settlement te the undersign
ed, residing in said township.
GEORGE EITENMILLER,
SAMUEL SHAUP,
Executers.
D. McMcllen, Att'y. m26-6tw
INSTATE OF CHRISTIAN BOaiBERGER,
Zj late of Warwick township, Lancaster
county, deceased. Letters testamentary en
said estate having been granted te the under
signed, all persons indebted thereto nre re
quested te make immediate settlement, and
these haviiur claims or demands atrainst the
same will present them without delay ler set
I tleiuent te the undersigned, residing in War
wick township, said county.
13AAU J. JIUJHliKKUttK,
SAMUEL G. BOMBERGER,
Executers.
Wm. R. Wilsen, Att'y. m31-Ctw
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THIRD EDITION
TUESDAY EVENING, JUNE 22, 1880.
EVERYTHING AT SEA.
THE DRIFT OF SENTIMENT AT CINCIN
NATI PCBELT CONJECTURAL.
The Prevailing Spirit of Harmony Undis Undis
turbedSenaeor Bayard's Staunch
Support A Pleasant Day, Big
Crowd, Heavy Demand for
Tickets and Lancasterians
all Taken Care of.
Resume of the Situation.
Editorial Despatch te the Intelligencer.
Cincinnati, June 22. The immense
crowds that for days past have been pour
ing into the Buckeye metropolis have
swelled the population te enormous pro
portions ; and Music hall at the present
writing is surrounded by a mass of hu
manity. Fortunately for physical com
fort the weather is temperate, while geed
nature and geed order characterize the
conduct of the enthusiastic delegates and
ethers who throng the streets and pack
the lobbies and vestibules of all the hotels.
I have net seen an angry altercation nor
three drunken men. The outcome of the
deliberations of a body whose assembling
together is marked by such unwonted
conditions cannot fail te redound te the
credit and interest of the party.
The demand for tickets of admission te
Music hall where the convention assem
bles is unexpected and overwhelming. At
this early stage they are selling for ten
dollars apiece. Thanks te two hours hard
work before breakfast this morning and
the kindness of Mr. Win. L. Scott, Penn
sylvania's member of the national com
mittee, every one of the twenty-eight Lan
casterians here has an admission ticket te
the hall. Henry G. Smith, whilem of the
Intelligencer, and new of Tennessee, is
here.
Music ball presents a grand spectacle,
the simple elegance of the decoration and
sumptuous weed carving of the interior
captivating the eye.
It is net at all likely that a ballet will
be reached te-day, and all is chaos with
regard te the nominations. Ne candidate
will have 200 votes en the first ballet ; se
much may be set down as a certainty.
Bayard's strength is most substantial, and
he is most likely te gain from Hancock and
Field. The Tilden men are generally for
Payne, and the first move of the op
position will be te concentrate against
him, and try te wear his fol
lowing out. Hancock might come
n, but the preponderance of senti
ment is apparently in favor of a man with
a distinguished civil career. If Randall is
kept discreetly in reserve and succeeds
finally in securing the Tilden and Bayard
forces, he may win, but otherwise his
chances of securing the nomination are
slim. Of the "dark horses" McDonald,
of Indiana, is most premising, though he
stoutly pretests against the suggestion of
his candidacy and is sincere in his profes
sion of loyalty te Gov. Hendricks.
As it leeks new, McGrann and Henscl
will de all possible for Seymour, and that
tailing, will probably step at Bayard's
house until the convention points clearly
te the best expression of the Democratic
will. W. U. II.
BAYARD LEADING.
His Strength Substantial Closely Pressed
by Field and Payne Impossibility
of Forecasting Result.
By Associated Press.
Cincinnati June 22, 11 a. m. Up te
this time nothing in relation te the proba
ble nomination has taken definite shape.
If New Yerk, New Jersey, and Connecti
cut could agree as te a ticket, it leeks as
if the convention would readily accept the
decision, se far as can be gathered from
opinions of numerous delegates ; but thus
far no sucli united action has been agreed
upon. Mr. Bayard still appears te have
the greatest number of really earnest and
hearty supporters, but there is nothing
yet te justify the expectation that he will
win.
New Yerk being considered the pivot
state, there is great anxiety te learn who
its delegation consider the most available
candidate there. Bayard is evidently the
strongest in Southern affections, but the
southern delegates will net press him except
by following Northern lendership. The
Field men have secured the premise of
many complimentary votes en the first
ballet, and in this way have increased
their apparent strength. Georgia is ex
pected te divide its vote between Bay
ard and Field en the first ballet,
but Field's managers have been able
te consolidate the Pacific delegates for
him. They claim all of Oregon, seven of
California's twelve votes, but five Nevada
delegates are persistently against Field.
The divisions in Ohie and Indiana are
thought by many te leave all the delegates
from these states out of ths question.
Payne continues apparently te be quite
strong, and some shrewd observers think
that ifthe Tilden men held all their states
In the convention and cast New Yerk's
solid vote for Payne, he will lead Bayard
en the first ballet. This, however, is
doubtful, and the chances in any event are
that Bayard's friends will stand firm while
Payne's votes will seen dwindle.
These are opinions only, which are tele
graphed in order te give an idea of what
the preponderance of the talk is, but all is
at sea. Nobody can give any safe forecast
of what is te come.
Judge Pratt Withdrawn.
At a meeting of the New Yerk delega
tion te-day the name of Judge Charles
Pratt, of Brooklyn, who has been men
tioned as a possible candidate, was with
drawn. The Brooklyn men asked till 3
o'clock te announce preference and ad
journed without any definite action.
IN CONVENTION.
Animated Spectacle In Music Hall The
lieautiiul Kdillce Crowded With Del
egates and On Lookers The Conven
tion Organized Judge Headley
Made Chairman, and Tilden 's
Name Loudly Cheered.
Cincinnati, June 22. The convention
is rapidly assembling at 11:30 in the
spacious Music hall, whose beauties have
been tee often described te require any
further notice new. In general appearance
it is a rounded oblong, being
but little larger in length than breadth.
The platform is in the western end,
while en the opposite end and en the
northern and en the southern sides
are galleries, being largely occupied by
ladies. The main body of the hall is as
signed te the delegates, and their alter
nates whose positions are indicated by neat
banners of blue silk edged with geld,
bearing the names of their respective
states. The upper galleries are decorated
with American flags, while at the windows
the flags of all nations are flying. In the
centre of the hall is suspended blue can
vass bearing the motto "Ohie Greets the
Natien. "
The general effect of the hall is verv
pleasant, though its seating capacity is
less than half that in Chicago, but it has
a great advantage ever it because all can
see and hear. Back of the platform the
great organ discourses music, and in the
main gallery a military band is stationed.
The arrangements for the press, though
moderately geed, are net equal te these of
Chicago, having been controlled here by
men without experience as te the necessi
ties of the case and without the disposition
te seek information from these who best
knew what is required. It fellows that
there is a great deal of loud complaint en
the part of press representatives ; seme of
it certainly well-grounded.
Among the prominent men en the plat
form are Representatives Reagan, Atkins,
Ferney, Harris, Blackburn, Hill and
Springer.
Tne Convention Organized.
At 12:40 p. m., the convention was
called te order by ex-Senater Wm. II.
Barnum, of Connecticut, chairman of the
national committee. Judge Ileadley, of
Cincinnati, was elected temporary chair
man by acclamation, and en assuming the
position was received with loud cheering.
He said he would be neither the friend nor
fee of any candidate in his rulings. He said
that Democratic principles were eternal
and would net be affected by the success
or failure of the nominee of this conven
tion. His reference te the nomination of
liluen was received with great applause,
the delegates rising te their feet and
cheering and waving hats and handker
chiefs. Judge Ileadley predicted success
for the nominee of this convention. His
reference te a third term shows that the
newspaper reports that Grant's name
might be considered by the convention
were entirely without foundation.
jucige tieauicy saiti that lour years age
they nominated two of the foremost
men of the nation.
The mention of
was a signal for
Great applause.
Tildch's name
an outburst of
enthusiam. He asserted they were as
certainly elected as was Washington and
Menree. He denounced the Republican
party as one of fraud and infidelity te
republican principles but if the Democrats
should again be successful, no cun
ning device should rob
the fruits of victory. The
were nominated and accepted
maining temporary officers? F.
(Mass.), temporary secretary ;
them of
following
as the re
O. Prince
assistant
secretaries, Geerge W. Guthrie (Penna),
Clias. Ridley (Tenn.), C. S. Dedd (Ohie )
O. M. Hall, (Minn.,) ; Maj. A. Orcnderff,
(111.,) ; Wm. II. Gill, (New Jersey) ; A.
C. Parkinson, (Wisconsin) ; reading clerks
Neal S. Brown, jr., Mark A. Hardin,
(Georgia) ; T. O. Walker, (Iowa); Thes.
S. Pettit, of the Heuse of Representatives;
Nicholas M. Bell, (Missouri) ; James E.
Morrison, (N. Y.,) ; II. S. Bryan, (Del.,) ;
sergeant at arms, Isaac S. Miller, (Ohie) ;
official stenographer. Edw. B. Dickinsen,
N. Y.).
Mr. Bcebc, of New Yerk offered a reso
lution adopting the rules of the last na
tional convention until otherwise ordered.
Adopted.
Mr. Martin, of Delaware, offered a rcse.
lutien that the roll of states be called for
committees en permanent organization, en
credentials and resolutions.
Mr. Weed of New Yerk, moved a call of
the roll for presentation of credentials.
Martin objected, and his motion was
adopted.
The roll was called accordingly and com
mittees were named. On permanent or
ganizatien, amongst ethers named were
the following ; Delaware, L. Martin ;
Pennsylvania, B. Reilly.
Kelly Snubbed.
When New Yerk was reached Jehn
Kelly arose and was received with mingled
cheers and hisses. The chairman declined
te recognize him and ruled him as being
out of order. Great confusion.
It is said Kelly arose te pretest against
the selection of members of the commit
tees from New Yerk state. He failed te
make himself heard.
Adjourned Till Te-morrow.
Cincinnati, June 22. The convention
has adjourned until J.0 o'clock te-morrow.
Committees arc new in session.
Convention Notes.
Mr. Bayard will be placed in nomination
by Attorney General Gray, of Delaware,
and Judge Abbett, of Massachusetts, an
able man, will second the nomination.
Mr. Voerhecs will make the nominating
speech for Mr. Hendricks.
Seme of the Illinois delegates say that
if Mr. Morrison should net be nominated
for the presidency, that state will present
a candidate for the second place en the
ticket in the person of Hen. Cyrus II.
McCormick.
Gen. "Warner, member of Congress
from Ohie, says that if any Ohie man gets
the nomination that man will be Senater
Thurman, and net Mr. Payne. Mr. Tilden
cannot, he says, deliver the goods, and the
Tilden men here are already beginning te
manifest an unwillingness te be turned
ever te anybody. "This is a contest between
men," said Gen. Warner, " and net be
tween principles, and we must weight our
ticket with our heaviest men at both ends.
There has been no such opportunity for us
for twenty-five years, and we must net
think of small men in connection with the
nominations. The Payne movement has
nothing of heartiness or spentanictyinit,"
continued Gen. Warner.
Daniel Dougherty, the elefpicnt Phila
delphia orator, is in Cincinnati using all
the power of his eloquence for Gen. Han
cock, whom he regards as the most avail
able man named in connection with the
nomination.
"WKATHKR INDICATIONS.
Washington, June 22. Fer the Middle
Atlantic states, partly cloudy weather,
occasional rain, westerly winds, nearly
stationary temperature and barometer.
CUT HIS THROAT.
Suicide of a Prominent Philadelphia Physi
cian. Philadelphia, June 22. Dr. James A.
McCraa, a prominent physician and
citizen of Philadelphia, committed sui
cide this morning by cutting his
threat at his residence. Dr. McCrea was
in his GSth year, and for the past twenty
years had been a member of the beard of
health. Ne cause beyond a fit of tem
porary insanity can be assigned for the
act.
XAJtKETS.
FUlladelpalm Market.
Philadelphia, June 22. Fleur dull and
weav. except for favorite brands : super
fine $2 S03 00; extra at 3 0003 75; Ohie
and Indiana family at $5 0005 50 ; Penn'a fam
ily 735 00; St, Leuis family 5508 00:
de old, $2 254 75 ; Minnesota family f5 000575 ;
patent and hint) grades 96 5007 75.
Rye flour at $4 25Q1 37.
Cornmeal Brandy wine unchanged.
Wheat depressed and lower; Ne. 2 Western
Red f 1 21 ; Penn'a Red 1 21 ; Amber tl 22.
Cern dull and lower; steamer 50c; yellow
52c; mixed 51c.
Oats dull and weak : Ne. 1, White 41312c; Ne.
2. de 40c ; Ne. 3, de 3S38Jic; Ne. ?, Mixed 37
37Kc
Kye quiet ; Western and Pa. SSc
Previsions active ; mess perk at 112 5012 75 ;
beef hams 20 5021 ; India mess beet It16 se ;
bacon, smoked shoulders 55?c ; salt 4?5c;
smoked hams ll12c ; pickled nanis 9Q1iic.
Lard firm at an advance ; city kettle 7Sc :
loose butchers 7c ; prime steam S73507 40.
Butter dull and easier: Creamery extra. 21rt
22c; de geed te choice 1920c: Bradford county
and New Yerk extra. 1920c; Western Re
serve extra, 1517e ; de geed te choice 1214c ;
Rolls dull; Penn'a extra 10Q12; Western re
serve extra 10 12c.
Eggs easier; Penn'a 1414c; Western 12
13c.
Cheese dull and depressed; New Yerk full
cream 10.c; Western lull cream, 89e; de te
fair te geed 88c; de half skims 7tj7c.
Petroleum higher ; refined 9?c.
Whisky! 11.
Seeds Geed te prime Timethy neglected at
$2 752'J0: Flaxseed nominal at l 301 40.
New Yerk Market.
Nkw Yeuk. June 22. Fleur State and West
ern dull and declining; superfine state 93 30
4 25 ; extra de ! 754 25 ; choice de $4 304 35 ;
fancy $5 056 00; round hoop Ohie $4 C05 00 ;
choice de $5 10K 25; superfine western f330
4 25 : common te geed extra de $3 734 40 ;
choice dodo $1 507 00; choice white, wheat de
$4 t5f5 00; Southern dull und heavy : com
mon te fair extra $55ti0; geed tocneicedo
$5 ImQC 50.
Wheat Spring dull and nominal; Winter
15plJc lower and moderately active: Ne. 1
White.! line 1 I5J; Ne. 2 Ked, June, 1 IHi
1 21K ; de July $1 Ufl 12; de August 1 07
!
Cern a shade easier and moderate trade ;
Mixed western spot, 4S&51e ; de future 41
elJc.
Oats dull and about J..'c lower. Including Ne.
2 June 38c ; de July 3737J5;c.
Reef dull und prices unclianged.
Perk firmer ; new mess $1750.
Lard quiet and firm; steam rendered $7 CO.
Whisky dull ; Western $1 08I OS).
Spirits of turpentine dull at 44(q4.'ic.
Stock Markets.
PuiLADBLrniA, .1 line 22.
r&3U p. M. :s:M r. it.
Slecks dull and steady
Penna U's (third issue)..
Philadelphia A Eric
Reading
Pennsylvania
Lehigh Valley.
United Ces. et N. J
Northern Pacific
" Preterrcd....
Northern Central
Lehigh Navigation
Norrlstewn
..108
.. 12J
".". 511
-. 40k
..10
27i
.. 4.K
.. Wt
.. 21
102J4
Central Transportation Ce. 48
ritis., xitusvnie a Mumiie. nil
Little Schuylkill....
.... 44
Nkw Yeuk,
J line 22
Stocks strong.
Meney
N. Y. Central
Eri ,
Adams Express....
Michigan Central
Michigan Southern
Illinois Central....
1 al
nil'
ii y
a'AiJ
1072
.myt
Cleveland & Pittsburgh.. -.110
Chicago A Reck Island 107
Pittsburgh ft Fert Wayne.. 124
Western Union Tel. Ce 104
Teledo ft Wabiush Mt
New Jersey Central KVa
United States Itends and Sterling Kxeliangp.
(Quotations by B. K. Jamisen ft Ce., S. W.
Cor. 3d and Chestnut Streets).
Philadelphia, June 22.
United States r.'s, 1881, (registered). .1U104
United States 5's, 1881, (registered). .W:.yKt$M
United SUites Wh, 1891, (registered)I0!5j;li,97
United States 4's,18!)I,(coupons).. .IMlftlli!
United States 4V, MOT. (registered). .107&107.'-,,
United States Currency 6's 124
Sterling Exchange iaeQMt
Cattle Market.
Monday, .lime 21. The receipts of cattle a
the various Philadelphia yurds for the past
week were: Beeves, 3,000 head; sheep and
lambs, 8,000 de.; hogs, fi,000 de. ; fresh cows,
200 de.
Beeves were moderately active and prices
were firmer. We quote Extra at 5Cc ; geed
at 5J45c ; medium, 45c: common, 4
4c;'mixed, 3Jlc; calves, 4Cc.
SALES AT T1IK WEST PHILADELPHIA TAKD.
Head.
180 Reger Maynes, Western and Lan ee., gross,
55jj;c.
MB Owen Smith, Western, gross, SVQ.'rJ.jC.
MB A. ft J. Christy, Western and Pa., gross, 5
183 Es. "ft B. K. McFillen, Western, gres,
r,yAyp.
330 U II man ft Lehman Bres., Lancaster ee
gross, 56c.
;7 James Clemsen, Lan. co., and Western,
gross, .5c.
50 Dennis Smyth, Lancaster co., und Western,
gross. 55Jc.
19S Jehn McArdle, Lancaster county, gross,
4tk.-.
tr Daniel Murphy, Lancaster co., und West
ern, gross, .VfJSJic
1C0 Lewenstein & Adler, Western, gross, 4
5fc.
223 G. Schamberg ft Ce., Western, gross,
55C
37 L. Hern, Pa., gross, 45c.
33 II. Chain, Jr., Western, gross 455c.
128 Daniel Smvth ft llre.. Western, gross, 5
113 Bachman ft Levi, Western and Penn'a,
gross, 554c.
48 Abe Ostheim, Western and Lan. co. gross,
17 S. Dreifus, Western, gross, 55Jc.
20 P. Hathaway, Lane, co., gross. 55c.
BO L. Schamberg, Western ana I-ancaslcr co.,
gross, tyi&rZt:.
70 M. Levi, Western, gross, 5S.Wfc.
10 II. Chain, mixed, gross, 3l;c.
3i F. Shectz, Western, gross, 6J45"c.
F. Shcetz, 18 cows, .T.
Lambs were in better demand. We quote
from 5 te 8c per pound.
Sheep were in fair demand and prices were
steady. We quote Extra. 100 te 110 lbs., 55"-e;
geed, !K) te 100 lbs, 45c : geed, 80 te ! lbs
4J4Ic; fair, 70 te 80 lbs, 4J44Kc; interior,
sy4(S lc ; common, 343Jc.
bamuei Stewart sold 540 head et dressed
sheep at 78c.
Hogs were in geed demand and prices re
mained the same as last reported. We quote
extra at 0c; geed ut 6c; medium atlc;
common at (ic.
Fresh Cows were in lair demand, and prices
ranged from $20 te $30 per head.
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