LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER. WEDNESDAY, MAY 19, 1880.
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THE LUTHERAN 8XNOD.
The Ministers Expected Here.
The synod of the Lutheran church of
Pennsylvania -vrill convene in Tnnity
church this city, en Trinity Sunday, May
23. Twe hundred ministers, and nearly
as many lay delegates will be in attendance
and participate in the deliberations of the
synod during that week. Following is a
list of the clerical delegates and their
places of entertainment during their so
journ in Lancaster :
Albrecht. Jehn W, Aldus P Fulmer, 202 S
Andrea.--, W J, Geerge Ackcrman, 347 W
Atuinach, J W, W G Baker. 133 North Duke.
Apple, 51 F, Jehn Falclr, 2 East German.
Bauer, E A, Jacob Gruel, 168 North Queen.
Baumaii, JA, O A FenDersiuith, 540 North
Buyer, J F, Henry Gerhart, City hotel.
Becker, J L, C'iias Buckius. Mrs Reigart's, 11!)
lleiulcr, F P, Henry Deerr, 112 North Water.
Berg, A, C A Helnitsh. 1 East King.
Berkemeytir, F, Gee B Schmun, 207 Seuth
Klckel, II M. P.ev Dr Grccnwald, 37 Seuth
Bruegel, G A, Geerge Byerly, 20 East Ger
man. Blcber, I W. Mrs M Buclmilllcr, Shebcr's
Ruermeyer, F F, Goe D Spreeher, 213 East
Clymcr, II T, W D Siirecher, Mn Reigart's.
Celeman, D L, Mm A M Fondersmith, 307
Cooper, C J, W G Baker, 139 North Duke.
Cernmun, W O, E McMeWen, Exchange hotel.
Crcssman, J J. G W Arneld, Mm Smith's, 121
Darmstuttcr, J A, Gee Darmstcttcr, 43! East
Dizinger, J C, Henry Deerr, 112 North Water.
Early, J W, Jehn K Reed, 022 East King.
Kggcrs, I. G, Keuben Rcrtztleld, 12!) Church.
Lhlnger, F, Phil Glndcr, Leepard hotel.
Emery. W S, Jehn Falclc, 24 East Geruistn.
Eil), 1 N S, Mm Cutli Shober, Shober's hotel.
Erb, J S, A A Myers, 2S1 East King.
Erdman, A E. GeeAckrmun.3l7 West King.
I'egley, II N, Dr J A E Rued, 21 East Orange.
Fegley. 11 S, It A liner, Mrs Stener's, 27 West
Fctzcr, C A, Dr G F Uniting, Shebcr's hotel.
Fin frock, A.Jehn and Annie Brooks, 502 S
Fihher, C G, Christian Schaetr-r. 201 W King.
Fount, G I), Mrs A M Feiiflersmllh, 307 East
Fex. W It, Mrs Eliza Bachinan, KaufThiun's,
it4 East King.
h rancis, S A K, A A Myers, 231 East King.
Frederick. W, City hotel.
FricK, W K, Misses M and E Keller, 213 North
Fritz, J II. J K Reed, .r2 East King.
Fry, J, li. Miss M Muhlenberg, 40 West
Ualde, B II, Adam U Barr, 230 East King.
Geertncr, J F, Fred Kinzler, Kil N Queen.
Gcbscnhalncr, A T, C A lleiuit.sh, 10 East
Geissinger, D II. Iter C E Houpt. 21 E James.
Gerhart, W, Jehn II Key, 115 Seuth Duke.
German, J P, Mrs Dr S B Ilartman, Shober's
Gciz, 11, Mrs I. Miller, Kaull man's 22 East
G nihil. II. S W Helnitsh, 120 Seuth Prince.
Greenwuld, E, DI, parsonage, 37 Seuth
Greh, L, Themas liay, Mrs Stener's, 27 W
Greir, J 11, B F Sayler. 214 East King.
Gruhier, J, Chas Peters. 301 Middle.
Gucnsch, G F W, trod Kinzler, Kil N Queen.
Iluutz. JM, Jehn anil Annie Brooks, 502 S
Hasslcr, J W, II II Brubaknr, 331 N Duke.
Ileilig, T, E K Snyder. Mrs Stener's, 27 W
Ilcischlininn, J J. Midi Vellmer, 717N Queen
Hnenicke, F T, Mrs Rebecca Sener, lvautT
man's, 22 E King.
Henry, S S, Mrs Ilenrv Fisher, Shobei's
Hill. R, Mrs M Helnitsh, A? f-euth Prince.
llititerlcilucr, U A, G A Kiehl, 108 East King.
Hirzel, C J, C A FeiiDenuiith, 540 North
Herinc, M C, Rev E I. Reed. 313 West King.
Ilillpet, .1, J A Keller, Kauirman's, 22 E
Houpt, C E, Grace Church parsonage, 21 E
Humbert, D K, J A Charles, Kauirman's, 22 y
Hunt, B II, II W Villcc, Fagan's, 209 W King.
lluntziuger. F K, Adam It Barr, 226 E King.
IseiiHchmidt, P, Mrs L Miller, Kaull'mau's,
iiy, K King.
Jacobs, 11 K, D D. W L Peiper, 23 E King.
Jaeger, T T, E McMellen, Exchange hotel.
Kaehler, FCC, C G Shubert, 220'Lancaster
Kaelilcr. F A, C G Shubert, 220 Lancaster A v.
Keller, J, Mrs L Miller, Knuflman's, 22 East
Kepner, D K, A H Ball, 41 Seu Ji Lime.
Koerner. C, Gee Musser, 239 West Vine.
Kehler, J, It 11 Brubaker, 331 North Duke.
Knimlieh, B E, A Rainier, Keystone Heuse.
Kramlieh, MJ, A Balmer, Keystone Heuse.
K ninth, C P, D D, LI. D, Jehn F Leng, 1.9 E
Kretel. G F, I) D, Jehn C Hager, The Maples.
Kuendig, J J, Jacob Gruel, 108 N Queen.
Kunkelman, J A, Trinity parsonage, 37 S
Kuntz, 1), C W Metzgar, Kauirman's, 22J E
Kuntz, W II, It A Baer, Mrs Stener's, 27 W
Laitzle. W G, A S Keller, Kauffman's, 22Ji E
Laubcnstcin, W II. C Liller, 227 N Queen.
Lemcke, 11 J II, Rev F P Mayer, 130 E
Laird, S, Jehn C linger. The Maples.
Lenker, M 15. Solemon Spreeher, 231 E
Leenbcrger, J, Fred Diukelberg, Leepard
Leepold. O, Mrs G W Arneld, Mrs S Smith's,
121 E King.
Lindenslrnth, L, Christian Sehaell'er, 203 W
Llnz, Aug, Mrs A schum. Leepard hotel.
Leng, A J, Mrs E M llambright, Shober's
Mann, W J, 1) D. Stevens house.
Markley, A It, Chas F Hager, Mrs Stener's 27
Martin, Prel A, J A Burger, Sterens house.
Mayser, F 1 Zion's chinch parsonage, 130 E
Mattern, J W, Jer ltif, Kauirman's, 22 East
Miller, G F, Jehn F Leng, 129 East Orange.
Miller, 11 S. Cee D Spreeher, 213 East King.
Mueller, G P, Chris Mueller, 103 Locust.
Muhlenberg, F A, D 1), Dr B S Muhlenberg.
17 Seuth Queen.
Mvirs, W II, C A FenDersniith.510 N Duke.
Neir, J, Philip C Snyder, 444 East King.
Ncimann, S II, James Prangley, Shober's
Nldcckcr., J E. Chris Llllcr, 227 N Queen.
Oeksenterd, S E, Mrs C Matthiet, Mrs. Bci
gart's, 119 North Queen.
Ohl, J F, Geerge Musser. 238 West Vine.
Pohle, E II, Michael Vellmer, 717 N Queen.
Poulsen J K. Itaiahrnuiidry.
Pfuttcichcr, P, Henry Deerr, 211 N Water.
Prtueger, A P, Jas Prangley, Shober's Hetel.
Pfuhl. J , Rev F P Mayser, 130 E Vine.
Plitt, J K, Mrs M Heinitsh, 42 S Prince.
Rath, J It Cel llambright. City Hetel.
Rath, W. Max Deichler,27N Queen.
Rath, M O, C A Fenllersniiih, ."t0 N Duke,
Reed, E L, Christ Church parsonage, 313 W
ltenninger. J S, Mrs Gottlieb Sener, Kautl
lnan's, 22 E King.
Jtichter, A, Mrs E Bernei-.4,"il Y Clicstuut.
Itieb W, Jehn Eisele. 502 Iteekland.
Ithe.les, G II, G W Leenard, Mrs Stener's, 27
Itickert, W II. II E Leman, 427 N Duke.
Sadtler, B, DD, Jehn F Leng, 12.) E Orange.
Sanner, 1, Jehn Eisele. 502 Iteekland.
SclmeHcr, C W, DD, W L Peiper, 23 East
Scuaetrer, W A, Gee D Spreeher, 213 East
Schantz, F J F, Jehn W Helinan, 319 East
Scliiinpff, M, J Fred Sener. Lititz pike.
Schindel. J 1). It F Savier. 214 East King.
Schinauk, B V. Max Deiehler. 27 X Queen.
Schmidt, J C, II C Keller, 3J2 Church.
Schmidt, J II, Christian Hlller, Leepard
Schmuckcr, B M, D I), C A Heinitsh, 10 E
Snyder. BC. Philip C Snyder, 414 E King.
Seiss, J A, D D, Mrs Louisa itrencman, 32 N
Sibble, E E, Mrs S E ltcngier, 18 S Prince.
Smith, L, A D Villee. MrsSteners,27 W King.
Smith, OP, Mrs Elizabeth Baehman, Kauir
man's, 22VC E King.
Smell. B'S, A W Baldwin, Fountain Inn.
Spaeth, A, D I), Mrs Louisa Breueinau, 32 N
Spieker, G F, Mrs M Buchmiller, Shober's
Steck, F, Solemon Spreeher, 231 E Orange.
Stetler, 1) M. Jehn P Schaum, Fountain Inn.
Strauss, A M, Mrs Dr S B Ilartman, Shebcr's
Strauss, W K, Miss Mary Sen r, Kauffman's
22 East King.
stredach, II B. A II Ball, 41 Seuth Lime.
Struntz, G A, Jehn Witlinger. 432 North.
Trabert, G II, Dr J A E Reed, 21 East Orange.
Trexler, D D, Jehn F Sener, Shober's hotel.
Uhrich. J M, II E Leman, 427 North Duke.
Upp, J Q, Chas E Leng, Mrs Smith's, 124 E
Vess, J H, Gee Rubs, Black Herse Hetel.
Wackernagcl. W, Jehn W Helinan, 319 East
Wagner, R S, C Rine Baer. Mrs Smith's, 124
Waltr. F, Gee B Scliaum, 207 Seuth Queen.
Wampele, J F, Mrs Dr Huber.Sheber's Hetel.
Weaver. W, Jehn II Rey, 115 Seuth Duke.
Weddell, A J, C A Fen Dei-smith, 510 N Duke.
Weibcl, G T, Reuben Bertzticld. 129 Church.
Weichsel, U C, R Baer, Mrs Smith's, 124 East
Weidnet, BF.BF Sayler, 214 E King.
Weisketten, F W. Jehn F Slaufler, 303 East
WcTden, C F, Jehn W Hubley, 2!) S Duke.
Wischan, F, Jacob Gruel, 168 North Queen.
Wenrner, G F, Henry Lessncr, 319 Church.
Ziegentuss, S A, Mrs C Shober, Shober's
Zentner, J. Henry Deerr. 212 N Water.
Zlzelman, P F, Chas Peters, 304 Middle.
Zweizig, IID.CF Hager, Mrs Stener's, 27 W
Holleway, H C, Bev L Reed, 313 W. King.
Klser, J F, G F Metxgar, Kauflman's. 22f E
Repass, Prof S A, Mrs O J Dickey, Mrs
Eckert's, 42Ji W King.
Smith, Enech, Gee Byerly. 26 E Gernan.
Strefel, W. Lerenz Goes, 103 Middle.
Ehrhart, J. delegate of the New Tork minis
terium Jehn W Hubley, 20 S Duke.
Pret S D Dreher, president of Roanoke col cel
egc, Virginia, Mrs S E Kengier, 48 S Prince.
Candidates for Ordination.
Artman, II G B. Dr J Aug Ehler,130 N Duke.
Cassidv. E It, Jacob Rathlen, Mrs Reigart's,
Drumheller, C K, Jacob Rathfon, Mrs Rei
gart's, 119 North Queen.
Fluck, GFC. C Rinc, Mrs Reigart's. 119 N
Haakard. G C H. C Rine. Mrs. Reigart's. 119
uauk-er. x, u A Lecncr, jura neigans, iiu
Gerhart, E II, Miss Sue Hager, Mrs RclgartV,
119 N Queen.
iiaas, uu r, ur.j Aug .iuer iwa uuue.
Keiner, J S, Jehn E Hubley, 20 S Duke.
Miller, W G, Aldus P Fulmer, 202 S Lime.
Sander, J, Dr Carpenter. Mrs Iteigart's, 119
Tieman, C F.Jehn E Hubley, 20 Seuth Duke.
Zwalzig, M L. W D Spreeher, Mrs Reigart's,
119 North Queen.
Fry, C L, Dr. J. Aug Elder, 130 North Duke
Heilman, M P. MrsKinzer, Mrs Iteigart's, 119
Manz. C C. W C Beccher. Eden.
Mnrklev. I) It. W r. Itancher. Eden.
Smith, E M, Mrs S A Gibbs, Mrs Smith's,
Uhler, J P, Mb Kinzcr, Mrs Reigart's,
The Odd Fellows,
meeting of the Grand Ledge
in Reading yesterday the com
I. O. O. F.
mittee en counting the votes polled for
crand eflicers reported the following elect
ed withent opposition : R. W. G. M.,
Alfred R. Petter; R. W. D. G. M., R. E.
Knight : R. W. G. Secretary, Jas. B. Nich Nich
olson ; It. W. G. Treasurer, M. Richards
Muckle. Fer R. W. G. Warden, F. M.
Rea led the seven candidates with 1,914
votes. Fer R. W. G. Sovereign Grand
Ledge, S.T.Gwitmcr had 4,001 te 3,001 for
our townsman Dr. Jehn Levergood.
In Pennsylvania last year eleven ledges
ceased te exist ; seven new charters have
bceti granted ; three defunct ledges were
revived ; $17,889.01 was paid into thecrand
treasury; 10,G11 brothers were relieved,
at a cost or $204,4:30.70; 704 widowed fam
ilies, at a cost of $14,244.19 ; $03:3.73 were
paid for the education of orphans, and
$00,525.12 for burying the dead. The total
amount paid for relief was $345,853.79, an
increase of $2,129.41 cents ever the pro pre
ceding year. The total receipts of the
working ledges was $47,990.42, a decrease
of $5,770.0 1. Total assets, $2,307,739.48, a
decrase of $120,513.72. At last report
there were 80,118 members. The initia
tions numbered 4,319 ; 509 were admitted
by card ; 792 reinstated ; total member
ship, 85,733 ; 802 members died 084 with
drew by card; 7,744 were suspended; 79
expelled; total less, 9,309; total member
Last cvening Henry Overly was te hare
had a hearing before Alderman Dennelly,
of the Seventh ward, en the charges of
malicious mischief and drunken and dis
orderly conduct. Ne prosecutor appeared
against him and he was therefore dis
charged. Before the same alderman two drunks
paid their costs and were discharged, and
a third was held in bail for a hearing en
Last night a difliculty occurred at the
Glebe hotel. A man named William West,
who was under thejinflucnce of liquor, was
ejected from the bar-room. IIe seemed
determined te go back and when he at
tempted te de se Jeseph Cremer, the pro
prietor, struck him en the head with a piece
of weed, cutting him severely. The man
still made a noise and he was arrested and
taken before Alderman Barr, who held him
in bail for a hearing en Saturday after
noon. Sudden Deatn of a Child.
This morning, about 9 o'clock, a thrcc-months-eld
child of Geerge Smith, whore where
sides with Isaac Weidler, his father-in-law,
at the corner of Christian and Freder
ick streets, was found dead in bed by its
mother. The child had been in geed
health, and this morning it was asleep
when the mother arose. About 8 o'clock
Mrs. Smith again went up stairs, when she
thinks that the child was asleep. In
an hour afterwards upon going te the room
for the second time, she found the child
was dead. Corener Mishler empanelled a
jury, who, after viewing the body ad
journed te meet this evening.
Clese of Forty Hours' Devotion.
The forty hours' devotion at St. Mary's
Catholic church closed last evening, llev.
Father Matthew Hunt preached an elo
quent sermon. There was a precession,
headed by some twenty girls strewing
llewcrs, followed by a number of clergy
men, including Fathers Gretemycr, Kaul
a-nd Ilickey, of this city; Hunt, of Cana
da; Mcliridc and Mclvcnna, Harrisburg;
Igee, IJenove ; O'Neill, Lykens ; Kearden,
O. M. I., Canada; Uraheny, Mauayunk,
and Lochland, Conshehockcn. The num
ber of communicants during this devotion
was about 1,000.
In the case of the Hanover Junction and
Susquehanna railroad company vs. Ethcl
bert Watts and William Watts for their
stock subscriptions of 200 shares, the
court charged the jury this morning en the
legal points involved in the case te find
for the plaintiffs in the sum of $13,920.
The points involved are substantially these
which have been decided previously by
this court in similar cases, and the jury ac
cordingly rendered a verdict for plaintiff
in this amount.
Court then adjourned until 2$ p. m.
Fell Frem the Cars.
William Kauffclt, aged about 23 years,
or Seuth Side, Pittsburgh, while stealing a
i ide en a freight train, had his hat blown
off by the wind, in the vicinity of Gap sta
tion, and in attempting te save his hat,
lest his balance and fell from the platform
of the car, striking his head upon the end
of a cress-tie and cutting it very badly in
two places. His left leg was also badly
injured but net broken. He was picked
up, put upon a passenger train and brought
te this city, and taken hence te the county
hospital in one of Zccher's coaches.
Held te Answer.
Alfred Bletz, whose assault and battery
en Jeseph Bear has heretofore been men
tioned, had a hearing before Alderman
Barr last evening, and was held te bail te
answer at court for assault and battery
and surety of the peace $200 bail being
demanded en each charge.
Special Meeting of Councils.
A special meeting of select and common
councils has been called for te-morrow
evening te take action en the ordinance
authorizing the issuing of a permanent
lean te pay deficiencies in street work, and
en the annual appropriation ordinance.
HANDSOME SILK AND WOOL
HANDSOME SILK AND WOOL
HANDSOME SILK AND WOOL
IN ALL THE NEW SHADES.
BLACK BROCADE GRENADINES.
VERY CnOICE STYLES.
ALL WOOL LACE BUNTINGS.
IN BLACK AND COLORS.
Iii Plain and Fancy Colorings. New Assortment of BLACK AND COLORED SILKS. All at Lewest Prices.
GIVLEE, BOWEKS & HUEST,
2B East King Street, Lancaster, Pa.
"We desire te call attention te our
In addition t m full stock et the celebrated Rogers Bre.'s goods, we have the exclusiTe sale
In this city et the electro-plated ware et the Gerliam Manufacturing Company. These are the
bestnnihed and most ;durable in the market, and in recommending them te the trade this
company (whose representations are always reliable) claim ler them the following merits:
" The base of the Gerham electro-plate id of nickel silver. The silTer-plate.l wares made upon
this base combine all the excellence of the solid silver goods except the intrins' value of the
silrer itself. One of the remarkable features of the preces et electro-plating i perfect accu
racy and delicacy with which the finest line of the engraving or chasing traced en the surface
of the nickel bass is reproduced en the surface of the silver coating. Thus all the excellence or
workmanship which h:u earned for the company its reputation as makers et sterling silver
goods is made tributary te the production of unsurpassed electro-plate. The quantity of pure
bilTer deposited en the ilnely finished base exceeds that upon the best of foreign plate. This
ware would be excellent and take a fine polish without a coating et silver, yet upon it is laid a
silver surlace which will if net abused last mere than a generation. The object is te produce
plated ware which shall have all the beauty of the solid wares. This high grade et ware is un
distinguishablc from work In Sterling silver. Its pattern, ornaments and workmanship are
made equal te these for which the Company's Sterling Silverware has been se highly com
mended. Te these conditions is a.lded the undellnable air or style which distinguishes the
genuine in everything Irein the work et imitators and which naturally transfer itselt from
the Sterling te the plated ware.'
he inferior productions.
The price et
H. Z. RHOADS &
J. B. MARTIN & CO.
We open te-day New and Desirable Styles
Vew Snriii" Chintzes. New Spring Cretonnes, Lace Bunting, Plain Buntings, Colored
Cashnitfres. Summer Silks
Ks; J.liuillllllg nil ms,
Paper Hangings and Window Shades.
S-Vc respectfully solicit a call.
J. B. MARTIN & CO.
A Hard Fall.
A son of Reuben Altheuse, Salisbury,
fell from a scaffolding at Intercourse and
was severely bruised about the head and
The best remedy in the most severe cases or
Rheumatism is without doubt St. Jacob's Oil ;
for 1 have kr vn it te cure when all remedies
advertised and recommended for Uheumutisin
have been used without results.
Jacob Kkmitkh, Menree, 117.
STKA1V:UUIGE & CLOTHIEK.
Immense Establishment te be Still Further
The great wholesale and retail dry goods
house of Strawbridgc & Clothier, northeast
corner of Eighth and Market streets, is t be
greatly enlarged and improved. They have
purchased the handsome three-story brick
building Ne. 8 North Eighth street, which win
be added te the rear of their present structure,
and give them three additional entrances en
Eighth and three en Market street. This nd nd
ditien will be raised te the height of four
stories te correspond with the original build
ing. A still mere noteworthy addition will be
made te the rear of their esUiblishment. A row
et eleven three-story buildings en Filbert ave
nue are being demolished, anil en the site will
be erected a handsome structure te be added
te the store, which will then extend from
Market te Filbert street, a distance of 305 feet.
This addition et twelve adjoining buildings te
6travbridgc & Clothier's establishment in
volves an outlay of $100,000, but it is absolutely
demanded by their constantly increasing bus
iness. In their present establishment they em
ploy 400 men and women, and this number
will be largely increased when their projected
improvements shall be completed, which they
will be by the first of September, when their
place efbusincss will be the largest, as it is de
servedly the most popular place et the kind in
Hie, lads and lassies ! hie away !
Xer brook a single hour's delay,
If you would carry in your mouth
White teeth, and odors of the Seuth.
Haste, haste, and buy asinglc font
Of the unrivalled SOZODONT.
Democratic Cenuty Committee.
The members of the Democratic county
committee elect ler the ensuing political year
are requested te meet at Shober's hotel this
city, en MONDAT, JUXE 7, 18S0 at 10 a. m., for
organization and ler such ether business as
the cemmittee may determine.
W. U. IIEXSEI.,
ml7-tf Chairmen for 187O-S0.
McEvey Kikiil. Ill this city, en the Ibth
lust., by the Bev. Father Kaul, atSt. Antheny's
parsonage. Mr. Daniel McEvey te Miss Mar
garet Kiehl. both of this city. ltd
Leech Bissell. May IS, 1S80. at the residence
of the bride's parents, 3i:t East Chestnutstrcet,
Lancaster, Pa., by Kev. Wm. Harrison, Mr.
Leuis T. Leech, of Pomeroy, Chester county,
Pa., te Miss Hattic May Bissell, of Lancaster
Corcoran. In this city, May 17, 1850, Hugli F.
Corcoran, aged 54 years.
The friends of the family are respectfully in
vited te attend the funeral en Thnrsday morn
ing at 9 o'clock, Irem his late residence, Xe. 130
Seuth Water street. High mass at St. Mary's
Try Lecher's Renowned Cough Syrup.
The greatest medieine known for produc
ing un appetite is "Dr. Lindsey's Bleed
Every Invalid m Druggist.
By buying the new and popular medicine
Kidney-Wert, you get in each package enough
of the dry compound te make six quarts of
medicine, thus savingdeublc the money which
is usually paid for medicine, prepared in
liquid. It Is a specific cure for Kidney and
Liver diseases myl7-lwdw
BLACK BROCADE GRENADINES.
ALL WOOL LACE BUNTINGS.
NEW ASSORTMENT OF DRESS GOODS.
NEW ASSORTMENT OF DBESS GOODS.
NEW ASSORTMENT OF DRESS GOODS.
complete line of
LADLES, &c, &c.
these goods is only a trifle higher than some of
"West Kinsr bfcveet, Lancaster.
es. Klegant Line of
.--uium unit .w,uitiM
Water Is Free.
That's se but in most patent medicines you
pay for it at the rate of a dollar a pint. Kidney-eort
is-a dry compound anil one package
is enough te make six quarts of medicine
without addition of any poisonous liquors. It
is nature's remedy for Kidney Diseases, Liver
Complaint and Piles, for it is both diuretic and
cathartic, tonic and healing. Buy it.
Try Lechur's Benewncd Cough Syrup.
Don't deceive yourselves. "Dr. Sellers'
Cough Syrup" for the cure of colds and coughs
has no equal. Sold by druggists at 2.1 cents.
Statistics prove that twenty-nve percent,
of the deaths In our larger cities arc caused by
consumption, and when we reflect that this
terrible disease in its worst stage will yield te
abottleef Lechcr's Renowned Cough Syrup,
shall we condemn the sufTerers ler their negli
gence, or pity thorn for their ignorance? Xe
9 East King street.
NK IVAli VER TISEMEXTS.
V FA lit AND STRAWBKKKY FESTIVAL
for the benefit et St. Jeseph's Church,
will commence en FIJI OAT. MAY 28, at Kotli Ketli
weiler's Hall, West King street, and continue
for ten days. ml'.l-2wd
NOTICE IS I1EREBY OIVEN THAT THE
undersigned has made application ferthe
renewal of certificate Xe. 83,8118 for 16 shares of
stock of the Pennsylvania Railroad Company,
issued te Mary Mulvaney, and dated May 23,
1872, the same'haring been lest or destroyed.
JOUX A. COYLE,
PUBLIC SALE OI VALUABLE KKAL
ESTATE. Pursuant te an order of the
Orphans' Court of Lancaster County, Pa., will
be sold at public sale, at the public house of
Philip Wall, en West King street en THURS
DAY, the 10th day of JUXE, A. V. 1880, the fel-
lowing described real estate, late of Frederick"
Heller, deceased, te wit : All that certain let
or piece of ground with a two-story and attic
BRICK DWELLIXG HOUSE thereon erected,
situated en Marietta Avenue, X'e. 017, in the
city of Lancaster, Pa., containing in lrent en
Marietta Avenue 2:l feet, mere or less, and ex
tending in depth te a public alley 9fl feet, mere
or less. Bounded en the west by property of
D. G. Baker, en the east by property of Jehn
Graham, an the north by the aforesaid alley,
ami en the south by Marietta Avenue. The
improvements are a two-story ilrick Dwelling
Heuse with Frame Kitchen attached, a well of
never-failing water with pump therein, grape
vine, and ether necessary improvements.
Sale te commence at iy o'clock p. m. en said
day, when attendance will be given and con
ditions made known by
W. II. ROLAXD,
ml9-3wilW&S Trustee In Partition.
"ITrANTED. EVERYBODY TO
ft Use, fret
free et charire. in the Intelligen
cer, who wants something te de.
ANTED. A RESPECTABLE GIRL TO
learn Dressmakinc Annlyat
Xe. 419 St. Jeseph street.
OWNERS WANTED TO IDENTIFY
Chickens, Bags, a BlanKet and a Saddle,
believed te have been stolen. Call en
A. K. SPURRIER,
myl8-3td Seuth Queen St., cer. of Milllin.
TT7"ANTED. A GIRL TO WORK ON
ty coats. Inquire et
II. C. KELLER.
It Xe. 302. cer. Church and Rockland sts.
RAGS! RAGS! RAGS! RAGS WANTED.
Housekeepers take notice that we are
paying 3 cents a pound for MIXED RAGS.
Cash paid as seen as delivered te
apr9-3md Ne. 235 West King Street.
GRAND MUSICAL AND LITERARY EN
TERTAIXMEXT. FULTOX HALL,
MONDAY EVEXIXG, MAY 24,
Fer the benefit et
ST. ANTHONY'S CHURCH.
Prof. W. J. Phillips, A. M., late Professer at
Seten Hall College, will deliver his Interesting
"THE MODEL HUSBAND AND WIFE."
Music under the auspices of St. Antheny's
Choir. Admission, 50c. Gallery, 25c.
Tickets for sale at Miss Flynn's Boek Stere
Ne extra charge for Reserved Seats. Bex sheet
at Tecker's. ml5,l9&22d
BLACK BROCADE GRENADINES.
ALL WOOL LACE BUNTINGS.
WENDNESDAY EVEN'G, MAY 19, 1880.
Washington, May 19. Fer the Middle
Atlautie states, falling, followed by rising
temperature, easterly, veering te southerly
winds, partly cloudy weather, followed
during the night by local rains, stationary
The Great Beat Race Likely te Come off
Beth Oarsmen in Geed Condition and
Their Apparatus Intact.
"Washington, May 19. The weather is
line and all indications point te a race. At
S o'clock Hanlan was about, said he had
had a geed night's rest, and would be at
the scratch at 4:30. Courtney at the same
hour was still asleep, and had left word
when last awake te be called at 3 o'clock.
At neon the weather is clear with a very
light breeze blowing. The strects are full
of people and every incoming train brings
mere. It is believed forty thousand per
sons will witness the race. At this hour
everything is intact and the rowing appar
atus of both men in perfect order.
Postponed Till 6:30.
Upen the request of both Hanlan and
Courtney the race has been postponed un
til 5:30, en account of the severe heat.
New Yerk, May 19. A special te the
Telegram from Washington says : "Court
ney has been taken sick ; he is lying en his
back in a room in the Riggs house, partial
ly unconscious. Attendants arc working
hard te get him round. His sickness is
net known eutside of his room "
Washington, D. C, May 19. Referring
te the statement published in New Yerk
this afternoon te the effect that Courtney
is lying en his back in his room at the
Riggs house partially unconscious,
Refcrec Blaikic says "That is all gam
mon." Mr. Carr, ene of Courtney's
backers, and Mr. Seule,both of whom have
just left Courtney's room, say that he is
new dressing for dinner and will un
doubtedly row the race at the appointed
Courtney's Friends Jubilant.
Washington, May 19, 2:40 p. m.
Courtney has just dined and is feeling
comparatively well. New that the race
has been postponed te a later hour, Court
ney's friends are quite jubilant and hope
ful. Courtney seems severely in earnest
ana iicterminca te make a grand race.
-Hanlan is equally pleased at the postpone
ment, and the general feeling at this hour
is that a great race will be rowed.
A New rublic Building for Milten.
Washington, May 19. In the Senate
te-day, the bill apprepriatitig $23,000 for a
new public building at Milten, Pa., was
taken up and passed.
The Senate then resumed consideration
of the Kellogg case, and Mr. Butler (S. C.)
spoke against the committee resolution.
PHILADELPHIA'S CONTRI BUTION.
The Aggregate Thus Far 924,000.
Philadki.imiia, May 19. At the meet
ing te-day in aid efthe Milten sufferers it
was agreed te send a committee te visit
tiie burned town te observe the manner
of distribution and needs of the people.
Additional subscriptions were reported te
the amount of $ 1,500 making the total te
Twe Mere Nominations Sent te tlie Senate.
Washington, May 19. Hayes sent the
following nominations te the Senate to
day ; Heraco Maynard, of Tennessee, pest
master general ; James Lengstrect. of
Georgia, minister te Turkey ; David 31.
Key, United States district judge of
"What Shall the Harvest Be ?
Springfield. O., May 12. The conven
tion was called te order promptly at neon
by Hen. A. M. Jenes, chairman of the
state central committee. Green B. Raum,
commissioner of internal revenue, was
unanimously chosen temporary chairman.
FIRE AT ASnURY PARK.
Lumber and Live Stock Bnrned.
Asnur.Y Park, N. J., May 19. The lum
ber yard of Barber and Hendersen was de
stroyed by fire this morning. Three valu
blc horses and two mules perished in the
flames. Less about $10,000.
Caving In et a Mine.
Scranton, May 19. The abandoned
Oxford mine at Hyde Park caved in last
night. Three fine stores and private
dwellings were badly shaken.
Gen. Sherman and Secretary Ramsey at
New Yerk, May 19. General Sherman
and the secretary of war arrived here to
day. They were taken te Governer's
island and inspected the garrison and
PuiLADKLPHtA.May 19.-Fleur dull and weak ;
superfine $3 0C3 50; extra at $4 004 50; Ohie
and Indiana family at $5 506 00 ; Penn'a
family $5 255 75; St. Leuis family $5 7566 25 ;
Minnesota family $5 006 25; patent amThigh
grades 6 58 50. "
Rye flour at $4 75.
Cornmeal Brandy wine unchanged.
Wheat steady; Xe. 2 Western Bed $1 29V;
Penn'a Red Si 30; Amber 13L
Cern firm; steamer 52c; yellow 54c; mixed
Oats firm ; Xe. 1, White. 4Sc ; Ne. 2. de
47c ; Ne. 3, de 46c ; Ne. 9, Mixed 4343c.
Rye firm; Western and Pa. 88c.
Previsions dnll : mess perk at 911 25Q11 50 ;
beer bams 916 50 17; India mess beet 918018 50 ;
bacon smoked shoulders 5c; salt 4?g4c;
smoked hams 10 lie ; pickled hams 8tf9)c.
Lard dull ; city kettle 7?e ; loose butchers'
63c ; prime steam S7 15.
Butter moving slowly; creamery extra
2223c; de geed te choice 1720c; Bradford
county and New Yerk extra 13tf20c ; Western
reserve extra at 15317c; de geed te
choice 13Q15c : Reus dull : Penn'a extra 140
15c; Western reserve extra 14 15c.
Eggs firm; Penn'a llkllc; Western JOJc.
Cheese moderately active : New Yerk factory
1212Kc ; Western lull cream, HJc; de for
geed lellc; de half skims 910c.
Petroleum quiet ; refined 7c.
Whiskey 91 11.
Geed te prime clever out ef season ; Tlmo Tlme
dull at 43 90ig3 ; Flaxseed firm at 91 45
New Yerk Market.
Niw Tork, May 19. Fleur State and West
ern dull ; expert home trade In inquiry ;
superfine state 94 0004 99 ; extra de 94 50
4 90; choice de 94 3505 00; fancy
$5 5006 00; round hoop Ohie 95 0005 75;
choice de 95 806 55 ; superfine western 94 000
4 90; common te geed extra de 94 500490;
choice dodo 95 007 00; choice white wheat de
94.8505 25; Southern quiet and unchanged;
common te fair extra 95 250COO; geed te choice
de $5 507 00.
Wheat dull and nominally lower; winter
heavy c lower; Ne. 2 Red, May, 91 3201 32V ;
de June $1 261 2C.
Cern cash and May Je better ; June and July
dull and wenkr Mixed westernspet, 52W54Jic;
de future 4932Kc.
Oats quiet and steady ; Ne. 2 May 43c; State
4530c ; Western 44050c.
Beef dull and prices unchanged.
Perk firmer ; new mess 91750.
Lard quiet and firm; steam rendered 97 60.
Whisky dull ; Western 1 0801 09.
Splrite ef turpentine dull at 44045c.
Philadelphia. May 19.
12:30 p. x.
Ste icn stea4y.
PennaO's (third issue) WSy,
Philadelphia & Krie 12x
Lehigh Valley 50
United Ces. et X.J 160
Northern Pacific 22
" Preferred 44
Northern Central 31
Lehigh Navigation 30
Central Transportation Ce. 4
Pitts , Titusville & Buffalo. 14'4
Nkw ekk. May 19.
N. Y. Central....
Chicago & Reck Island 190
Pittsburgh & Fert Wayne.. 118
Western Union Tel. Ce 98
Teledo Wabash 30
New Jersey Central 6i
United States Rends anil Sterling Kxcliauge
(Quotations by B. K. Jamisen & Ce., S. W.
Cer3dand Chestnut Streets).
Philadelphia, May 19.
United States 6's, 1881, (registered). .10107
United States 5's, 1881, (registered). .1030104
United States 4$'s, 1891, (registered)lO801O8
United States 4's, 1891, (coupons).. .109010
United States 4's, 1907. (registered).. 107)40107
United States Currency 6's 1260127
Sterling Kxchanite 486
Net many linens will be sold else
where till we have reduced our stock ;
for why should you pay a dollar when
ninety cents will answer ? We have
been below the market all the year ;
and new are lower still. We point te
a few samples :
Halt-bleached damask, $0.50, .56, .62, .70,
.80, .90, 1.00;
each one Is as geed a linen as you can find
elsewhere ut the next higher price.
Bleached damask, $0.50, .fl. ,75, .85. 1.00,
1.10, 1.23, 1.-S5, 1.50, 1.75, 2 00, 2.25 ;
each one of these also is as geed as you
can find anywhere else at the next
higher price ; the last one, at $2,25. is
new sold at wholesale, by one efthe
heaviest merchants in the country,
at the same price.
German damask, $0.75
Xapkius te match, 2.00
Belgian damask, 1.00
these last three are net te be found else
where at any price.
26 Inches square, $1.50 ;
these cannot be matched anywhere
else for a whit let-s than $2.00.
24 inches square, $1:75 ;
these are German goods,and arc put
up in half dozens. We could net buy
them te-day te sell below $2.00 at the
21 inches square, $2.25;
these are German also ; they have no
dressing; i". e.. they leek and feel the
same as alter washing. We huve
been selling them at $2.50; and they
are w erth it. We huve been offered
our price for the whole let, but have
kept them ler you.
Oamask, at 15 cents; beat them at 20
cents it you can.
Damask, all white, 25 cents; have been
selling at 31 cents; and we cannot
buy them new te sell at 31 ; but you
shall huve them at 25.
German Damask, 31 scnts; have been
selling ut35 cents; we ought te put
them up instead of down; but, re
member, we are reducing stock.
Bleuched diaper towel, 50 centw.
the current price is 65 cents.
Uuck, knotted lrlngc, 25 cents.
Turkish, from 15 cents.
French, 72 Inches' $0.90.
French, 92 inches, $0.90, 1.10, 1.50;
these ought te be compared with
Irish linens at $2.00 te $2.50. They
are equal in weight and strength,
but net el quite se geed a blench.
They are mere like the Barnsley
Mcaeh, but better than that.
French, 43 inches, $0.50, .62, .70, .80;
French, 51 inches, $0.85, 1.00;
these arc the same as the French
Old-tasliiened Irish linen, yard wide,
$0.25, .28, .31, .3, .40. .43, .50, .02, .70, .75,
.80, .85 ; they were begun en our order
ayearunda-halfage. The old pro
cess of bleaching is a slew one. The
goods are te our liking every way.
Five yards wide, a single pattern only,
$1.65 ; we ask you te notice it.
27 inches, for stairs, 12 cents ; it will
puzzle you te get It elsewhere at
These are few out of many. Our
stock was never nearly se large;
and we were never mere fortunate
in buying, either as te choice or price.
The rise in linens has carried every
body above us ; we alene are anchor
ed at low tide.
Linens arc in the outer and next-outer-circle
west from the Chestnut
Chestnut, Thirteenth, Market and Juniper,
ASTJtICH BBy3 AOTIMTJMXMMST.
Our Hat Department being complete we efTer
our stock of Hats nt very low prices.
Children's Sua Hats 190
Sailors at 19, 25, 39 und 49a
Ladles' Shaped Hats at 36c
FAYAL HATS in Wlilteund Geld.
Flowers el every description.
Buds at 5c
Daisies at 19c per doe.
Violets at 5c '
. Sprays In great variety and at low prices.
Black Ostrich Tips, S In a bunch 19c
Leng Ostrich Plumes at 49c
White and Black Ostrich Plumes from $1.50 up.
Full line of Parasols for Ladles and Children
in Seuples and Twilled Silks.
Children's all Silk Parasols at 69c.
Ladies' all Silk Parasols from $1.44 upwards.
Ladies' Fancy all Silk, Silk Lined Parasols
Elegantly Trimmed with 1-aceand Fringe.
Children's Faraselsat 3Jc
Japanese Felding Fans at 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5c
Fine Japanese Fans in Blueand Red 10c
BlackSatln Fans 39c
Fine Silk and Satin Fans in Great Variety.
Russian Leather Sliding Fans 14c
The Minitza Fan,
THE tiEM OF THE SEASON,
In Russian Leather 25c
With Elegant Nickel Handle 47c
FULL LINE OF LADIES'
Lawn Waist!! id Lawn Suits.
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