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LANCASTElt DAlW iNTELtlfeEOER. THURSDAY, MAS 27, 1880.
D. D., preached a very powerful and elo
quent sermon based en Luke xiv., 28 30.
After showing hew the apostles were
called "fishers," "sewers," "reapers,"
" laborers of the vineyard" "builders,"
taking up the line of building, he spoke
te the young candidates, laying stress
upon ; 1. The building they were te build.
2. The cost they are te count.
The Rev. F. V. Weisketten new an
nounced the names of the candidates for
ordination as folews :
II. G. I!. Artman, Ernstft. Cassidy, C.
K. Drumheller, G. F. C. Fluck, G. C.
Hasskard, W. H. Miller, J. Sander I.
Guaker. These men came forward and
the following order was proceeded with,
ceducted by Hev. W. S. Mann, D. I).,
Explanation of the duty and power of
Prayer of self dedication.
Demand of the candidates of their faith
:ml self consecration. (Each answering,
Yes, with my whole heart, the Lord
l.clping me through the power and grace
of Mis Hely Spirit.")
The confirmation thereof by the officers.
The consecration and ordination by the
'avi?i" en of hands, in the words. " We
new commit unto thee, by the imposition
of our hands, the holy eilice of the Werd
and of the Sacraments of the Triune Ged.
We eidaiu and consecrate thee te a minis
try of the church, in the name of the
Father, and of the Sen, and of the Hely
Ghost." "Amen! Amen!"
The Lord's Prayer.
Presentation of the certificates of ordina erdina
1'iesidciit Mann then delivered the
thanks of the body and was replied te en
the pait of the congregation by lfcv. Dr.
IScncdictieii by Hev. Dr. Fry.
An Important Church Movement
Aii important movement was started at
a meeting of the Alumni association of the
Lutheran seminary of Philadelphia last
week. It was the appointment of a com
mittee authorized te undertake the estab
lishment of a quarterly church review in
tlie interests of the General Council Luther
ans. This committee has been active dur
ing the meeting of synod. They have
everywhere met with cordial approval and
encouragement for the proposed enterprise
Thus far they have agreed te make
(lilt I'llirilltl ! Iier-llklil'll lltikllY till!
I HIIO ft V J I'lI IVMIUUI L'W.4U bill,
il form and size of the Princeton llecieir. Dr.
('. P. Kraiith has been elected editor
in chief and has signified his willingness te
accept the responsible position. The re
maining membcisef the theological faculty
of the Philadelphia seminary were chosen
as associate editors. They are Dr. C. W.
SchaeH'cr, Dr. Spaeth and Dr. Maun. The
Lutheran church is rich in men of distin
guished scholarship and theological ability.
This icvicw premises te be a success. It
will be of great educational value te the
ministry of the church and a great enlight
euer of these who stand outside of the
X. Lutheran church, with reference te her
distitinctive doctrines and teaching en the
great theological questions of the day.
Thursday Meriiiny The session of synod
was called te order at !) o'clock by Hev. .1.
Kehlcr, president pre. ttm. A hymn was
sung and pniyer elfeied by Hev. Dr. Muh
lenberg, of Philadelphia.
The minutes of the previous meeting
were read by the German secretary, and
alter correction approved.
The report of the delegates te the last
general ceucil presented their report
through Dr. Schmucker, and its items
were taken up one by one and discussed by
The election of fourteen clerical and fif
teen lay ilelegatlius te the next general
council was ordered, and the committee of
tellers proceeded te collect the ballets.
Tellers te conduct the election were Hev.
15. V. Snyder, chairman ; Hevs. J5. S.
Smell, G. P. .Mueller, G. D. Foust, and
Messrs. F. K. Hermit and J. A. Wieder
sheim. The committee en foreign missions re
ported : The Missions, Bele and Foreign
Missionary were recommended te the sup
port of congregations, in order that full in
formation en the subject may be distrib
uted. The home missions committee reported
the successful establishment during the
year of mission churches at Columbus and
On motion it was resolved that the vice
presidents of the general council be a com
mittee te revise a better method of con
ducting the work of home missions, and
that the executive committee of synod
$ present te said committee of the council a
plan for better efficiency' in the work.
Hev. Dr. J. 15. Shuniaker, of this city,
delegate from the synod of the Reformed
church in the United States, was intro
duced and presented the fraternal greet
ings of his church te the synod new in ses
sion. The president of the synod responded in
appropriate terms en behalf of the iniiiis
terium. The committee appointed te mature a
plan for suitably commemorating the sev
enth scsni-eenteniiial anniversary of the
delivery of the Augsburg confession, and
the third centenary of the publication of
the Reek of Concord, .lune 2eth, 1831), pre
seted the following repeit, which will be
of interest te church people, and especial
ly te Lutherans every whet e :
1. That we would recommend that our
clergy and ether competent persons, in
all fitting ways, should direct general
attention te the gieat facts and principles
cenncted with the appearance, aims,
character and value of our confes
sions ; that this year should be made one
of special, earnest study of them, and te
this end hearty encouragement should be
extended te the writing of editorials,
essays, or of articles, the preparation of
w books, the editing or translating of the
Reek of Concord, and te all ether agencies
for enlightening the public mind through
2. That all our clergy be requested te
preach sermons appropriate te the com
memoration, en June 25th. or the nearest
Sunday thereafter en which service may be
helil in their churches.
:. That it is desirable that series of ser
mons, or lectures, should be delivered for
the same end.
4. That Mr. Jehn R. Raker, of the
church of the Hely Communion. Philadel
phia, be requested te devise and have ex
ecuted a medal commemorative of the
confession, pievided the expenses of the
same can be met by private subscription
and the sale of the medal.
5. That the committee be authorized
te prepare and publish in due tune m the
church papers suggestions in regard te
proper lessens and collects for the festival.
(I. It is recommended that special col
lections be made for a ter-senteuary fund
te reach at least. $25,000, te be devoted te
the endowment of the German professor
ship in Muhlenberg college, net only as a
token of the confidence of this ministcr
ium in the college and of its sense of the
value and imperative necessity of it, but
.also as an expression of gratitude te Ged
for the great work whose results are treas
ured iu our confessions, in the preparation
and maintenance of which we and all Chris
tendom ewe se much te the Germanic na na
t'enalities and the German tongue.
Dr. Jacobs, who is engaged in translat
ing tlie Boek of Concord from the original
German, asked permission te use Dr. C. F.
Scbaeifer's translation of Luther's smaller
catechism, held in copyright by the
synod. The request was granted by vote
Dr. Fry, treasurer, announced the re
lease of the synod from all obligations in
the matter of the synod's professorships in
Pennsylvania college, transference of the
whole having been made te the trustees of
The synod was adjourned with prayer I y
Rev. J. J. Kuendig. '
t ' ...
Reported by our Regular Correspondent.
The mercury ranges from 90 te 92 in
the shade te-day.
Market well attended ; vegetables, but
ter and eggs plenty ; prices fair ; shad
scarce and high.
The excursion rates from here te Col Cel
lins Reach via Philadelphia, next Tuesday
wiil be 2.e0. Train leaves at e:30 a. m.
The Prussian, Charles Xewfeld, who
died en the emigrant train yesterday, was
buried in ttie German Catholic cemetery
by Undertaker Musscr. His sisters, en
nilcss and destitute, are at Krauss' hotel.
A. J. Kauffman, esq., and Mr. Jehn A,
Slade have left Columbia te attend the
meeting of the grand cemmandery
Knights Templar of Pennsylvania
S. Atlee Ruckius will collect the boreuj. h
tax for 1880, en 4 per cent, commission.
Jehn Llewellyn has been elected a
borough councilman vice Wm. Smurth
waite, Third ward, resigned.
Chief Rurgess Mellinger has brought
suit against I Ieise fc Kauffman for storing
powder in the borough limits.
The Milten relief subscriptions have
reached $400 in cash, besides an abundance
of clothing and ether valuable supplies.
Several hundred young ladies will fur
nish bouquets, baskets and cut flowers
for Decoration day ceremonies en Satur
day and assist in placing them en the
graves. Flowers can be sent te Myers's
drug store. Locust street will be sprinkled
from the coiner of Second street te the
cemetery gate. Company II, the cadets, the
b ireugh officers, borough council, school
beard, the three lire companies, a num
ber of the beneficial organizations of Col
umbia and the citizens generally are ex
pected te join the column.
Prank McCulIen's son Michael, Ne. leG
East Vine street, while playing last ever,
ing, stumbled evor the carpet and broke
his arm. Dr. Royd set it.
James Grimercy has been awarded the
contract for cleaning the streets en which
markets are held, for a year at $85. Jacob
Glessbreiincr asked li: te de it, and Jehn
Sicbert bid $leD.
Conestoga Centre, Safe Harber and Mc
Call's Ferry had hail last evening, but the
weather clerk here hasn't heard the news.
The Star club meets at the Y. M. C. A.
rooms te-night te complete its work for the
The engine of the second train up from
Quarryville this morning broke an eccen
tric step at Reft en and was delayed for
The Keily bulletin placed in front of
the New Era office this morning attracted
universal attention, and was read by
New Era subscribers with much mere
pleasure and profit that they could possi
ble have derived from the official returns
of the Republican primaries.
Improved Ordvr of Hed .lien.
Mr. Charles C. Conley? great chief of
records of this order, was in our city last,
evening and paid a visit te Metamora
tribe Ne. 2. In his remarks he gave in
formation of the bright prospects of the
order in Pennsylvania. Cohecksink tiibe
was organized en the evening of May 21
in the upper part of Philadelphia with 15
brothers and 175 pale faces. A tribe will
shortly be instituted in Mechanicsbiug,
Cumberland county, with quite a number
of the most influential citizens as appli
cants. Mr. Conley gees te Middletown
this evening te reinstruct Red Wing tribe,
Ne. 170, tlia-. has just taken a new revival
in the cause. On Friday evening the great
chief visits Conewinge tribe, Ne. 93, of
Passenger Couch Itiirucd.
One of the passenger coaches en the
Niagara and Chicago express, which left
this city at 11:03 this forenoon, caught fire
between Mount Jey and Elizabcthtewn
and was totally destroyed. When the tire
was discovered, the car was detached from
the train, but the flames had made such
headway that it could net be saved ; all the
passengers made their escape without
being hurt. The trainVas delayed about
an hour, and the Pacific Express cast about
half an hour. Hew the tire originated is
net known here, but a het box was likely
the cause. Fire's en cars gain great head
way in a short time as the rtiiinin! fans
the flames, and this may have been burn
ing some moments before it was seen.
The I fridge nt Mercer's Ferd.
The Lancaster county commissioners
met tlie Chester county commissioners
at Mercer's Ferd en the Octoraro, en Tues
day last and inspected the site of the new
bridge proposed te be erected at that
place. The bridge will be a covered
wooden one, and will be erected under di
rection of the Chestei county commission
ers, but being an inter-county bridge,
Lancaster county will pay one-half the
cost of it.
Kxcursinn te Sir. Jey.
The new Catholic church at Mt. Jey was
blessed te-day and as it is under the charge
of Hev. A. F. Kaul, of this city, many peo
ple here were interested in it, and an ex
cursion, taking about (SO persons, left Lan
caster for Mt. Jey at 11 o'clock this fore
noon. Excursion te l'liihulciphU ami Cellins'
Ax excursion te Philadelphia and Cellins'
Reach will be run ever the Pennsylvania It.
R. en Tr.e-day next from Columbia. Lancaster
and stations cast as far as Downir.gtewn.
Fare from flic round trip from Lancaster, $2.i.
Special traiu leaves Lancaster at G:10. Return
ing leaves Philadelphia at 7 p. m. This excur
sion affords persons a fine opportunity of vis
iting Philadelphia at a very low rate.
Adelaide V. Murdoch .The San Francisce
Monitor, a Catholic journal of high standing
speaks of Miss Murdoch, who will deliver a
K'cture iu Fulton hall,this (Thursday) evening,
ter the benefit of the Free Dispensary of tin's
city, in the following complimentary lan
guage: " .Madame Adelaide U. Murdoch, who
is a sister of California's old favorite actor, J.
E. Murdoch, Is a lady of high culture and re
finement. Her lectures arc intellectual treats
of a very high order, ami will certainly be ap
preciated in the right spirit by all who have
laste above the common. There Is never any
thing open tecensure in either the subject she
cheeses or its treatment. We have only te add
that a work claiming the co-operation of all
benevolent people may be promoted by mak
ing her forthcoming lecture a financial suc
cess, and we trust our friends will de all in
their power te make it one. '
sew advertise? .vY.
We desire te call attention te
In addition te u full stock el the eelebrateil
in this city et the electro-plated ware et the Uerham Manufacturing Company. These are the
best linished 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 Uerham electro-plate Is of nickel silver. The silver-plated wares made upon
this base combine all the excellence of the solid silver goods except the intrinsic value of the
silver itself. One of the remarkable features of the process of electro-plating Is perfect accu
racy and delicacy with which the finest line of the engraving or chasing traced en the surface
of the nickel base Is reproduced en the surface of the silver coating. Thus all the excellence of
workmanship which luu earned for tlie company its reputation as makers et sterling silver
goods is made tributary te the production of unsurp used electro-plate. The quantity of pure
silver deposited en the finely 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 surface which will if net abused last mere tlian a generation. The object is te produce
plated ware which shall hare all tlie beauty of the solid wares. This high grade et ware is un
distinguishable fiem 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 added the uiidetiunble air or style which distinguishes the
genuine in everything from the work of imitators and which naturally transfers tself from
the Sterling te tlie plated ware." The price et these goods is only a trifle higher than some of
the inferior productions.
H. Z. RHOADS & BRO., Jewelers,
Ne. 4 "West King Street, Lancaster.
It is found with the Indians, the Canadians,
the Seuth Americans, among the Spaniard,
French, everywhere ; and every one praises it
as the best remedy for Rheumatism. We mean
St. Jaceii's Oil.
Cleanse, whiten and beautify the skin with
Cuticura Medicinal Toilet Seap.
Telephone, Telegraph, awl kindred electrical
inc.-senger.s will all be utilized by the orders
for SOZOD .NT, which will le Hashed and
sounded ever the wires. It is as well known
abroad as at home, as a cleansing agent for the
;cstien, sick headache, dizziness
s eured by Malt Hitlers.
Try l.echer's Renowned Cough syrup.
".My Terinenti-il Rack,"
is the exclamation of mere than one peer
hardworking man and woman : de you knew
why it aches V It is because your kidneys are
ever-tiisked and need strengthening, and your
system needs te be cleansed of bad humors,
Kidney-Wert :s the medicine you need. "It
acts likea charm," says a well-known physi
cian, "I never knew it te fail."'
I'hvsiciaiis iisi. Kidney-Wert in regular
practice and pronounce its action perfect.
Sick headaches inces-antly di-ti
Let such use "Sellers' Liver Tills."
ISrewn's Household l'uu:icc:i
Is the most eQjctive Pain Destroyer in the
world. Will nlest surely quicken the bleed
whet her taken internally erapplicd external ly
and thereby mere certaii.ly RELIEVE PAIN,
whether chronic or acute, than any ether pain
alleviator, and it is warranted double the
strength of any similar preparation.
It cures pain in the Side, Rack or Rowels,
Sere Threat, Rheumatism. Toothache and ALL
ACIIKS, and is the GREAT RKLIKVKR OH
PAIN. "RROWX'S HOUSEHOLD PANA
CEA " should be in every family. A teaspoon teaspeon teaspoen
tulofthe Panacea in a tumbler el het water
(sweetened, if preferred), taken at bedtime,
will RRKAIC UP A COLD. 25 cents a bottle.
Fer sale ut II. 1!. Cochran & Ce's Drugstore
North Queen street. Lancaster.
Undoubtedly with children, attributed toether
causes, is occasioned by Worms. RROWX'S
VERMIFUGE COM HITS, or Werm Lozenges,
although effectual in destroying worms, can
de no pesible injury te the most delicate child
This valuable combination has been success
fully used by physicians, and found te lie ab
solutely sure in eradicating worms. Twenty
live cents- a box. f ianl.l-lvdAwTuTluVS
Try l.echer's Renowned Cough Syrup.
A Coreu, Cole, Catarrh or Sere Threat re
i quires immediate attention, as neglect ofteu efteu
I times results in some incurable Lung Disease.
, " lireivn's Jlrunchial Treche"1 will almost in
I variably give relief. Imitations are ettered for
sale, many et winch are injurious. The genu
ine " Jlrewa's JSreiichial Treche.i"' are sold
only In bores. myj-l wdTTh&SJt w
Try l.echer's Renowned Cough Syrup.
II. II. Warner it Ce., Rochester, X. Y. :
Gextlemcx: I have tried your Safe Kidney
anil Liver Cure for " Rright's Disease," with I
which I have been afflicted ter the last two
years, and it has done wonders ferme. I be
lieve it is the only cure known ler that terri
ble disease, and it is with pleasure t hat I write
this testimony in its favor. Yen are at liberty .
te use this in any way you see proper, te bene- i
fit suilering humanity. j
Truly yours, Jas. S. Phescett,
North Union, Ohie,
Shakers Society, Cuyahoga County,
myl.ViwdiVv Cleveland, Ohie.
"I Don't Want Tluit Stun,"
Is what a lady of Ro-ten said te herhusbsnd
when he brought home some medicine te cure
her of sick headache and neuralgia, which had
made her miserable for fourteen years. At
the ilrst attack thereafter, it was administered
te her willi such geed results that she eentin- '
tied its use until cured.and was made se enthu- ;
siastic in its praise, that she induced twenty
two of the best families in her circle te adept j
It as their regular family medicine. That I
"stun"" is Hep Hitters. myl.V'wdAw I
Every one will Hud a general tonic in '
"I.indsey's Improved Rloed Searcher." All
druggists sell it. !
Try Lechei's Renowned Cough Syrup.
Wk would recommend all te try Dr. Hreivu- j
ing's Tonic and Alterative, as il is a Perfect
Rloed Purifier, Makes new Rloed, Reddens old
Rloed, Enriches peer Rloed, and Gives Vigor
ous Health. The dose is but one tea-poentul
for an adult, and smaller in proportion ter i
children, and it is exceedingly pleasant te
take. Fer sale by the Proprietor, W. Cham- j
pien Rrewning, M. D.. 1117 Arch Street , Pliila
dclphia, and all Druggists. Price 50 cents
and $1. myi!7-lwd&w I
Wine for Females and Invalids.
It is well known that there are cases when
the most strict advocates el temperance, lire
obliged te use some sort of wine, especially
these who are old and in (Inn. Many weakly
females as well as invalids and debilitated per
sons in warm weather need a little strengthen
ing wine. The great difliculty has been in pre- j
curing u rich wine that is reliable. 1 here arc
many eases where wine would be used te great
advantage iu place et alcoholic drinks if only
a genuine article could be had, and upon
which physicians could rely as being strictly
pure, without alcoholic admixture. The Pert
Grape Wine of Alfred Speer, of Passaic, New
Jersey, has been analyzed by chemists in
almost every state.and lias always been proved
strictly pure anil beneficial. Tliis wine is mw
being used in hospitals and in families for iud;
dicinal purposes, also iu elm relies for commit
nien services. Mr. Speer's mode et conducting
the fermentation is such as te retain the rich
flavor and sweetness of the fruit witheutmnch
fermentation te create stimulative properties.
This wine is endorsed by Drs. Atlec and
Davis, and sold by II. E. Slaymaker.
Rete S.U'i May 25, 18S0, at the residence of
tlie bride's parents, by Rev. Dr. Greenwald,
Leven R. Rete te Miss Annie Frances Sapp,
but h of Lancaster. .
Humble Deiiwakt. May 20, isse, by Rev. A.
II. Kreiner, D. D., of Carlisle, William F. Hun -hie
te Miss Ida, daughter of Martin Derwart.
both of Lancaster.
SciiMALBACii. In this city, en the i'dh inst.,
Elizabeth, wife of -Alexander Schmalbacli, iu
the 3 st year et her age.
The relatives and friends of the family are
respectfully invited te attend tlie funeral from
her late residence, Ne. 20 East Vine street, en
Friday morning at 8.3 ) o'clock. Interment at
St. Antheny's cemetery. At 9 o'clock mass at
Malene. In this city, en the 24th ins'
Michael Malene, in the 83th year of his age.
The relatives and friends are respectfully in-
our. complete line of.
LADLES, &c., &c.
Rogers Rro.'sgeods, we have the exclusive sale i
vited te attend the funeral from his late resi
dence. Ne. 301 Eat Orange street, en Friday
morning at 9 o'clock. Service at St. Mary's
Mcitrnv. On the2tith Inst., In this citv, Mrs1
Mary Murphy, of Columbia, widow of tlie late
Davis E. Murphy.
Her relatives and friends are invited te at
tend her funeral, from the residence of Mrs.
Allen Richards, Locust street, Columbia, en
Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock. ltd
Democratic county Committee.
The members of the Democratic county
committee elect ter the ensuing political year
are requested te meet at Shober's hotel this
city, en MONDAY, JUNE 7, 1880 at 10 a. m., ter
organization and ler such ether business as
the committee may determine.
W. V. HENS EL,
uilT-tf Chairman for 1879-SO.
DEMOCRATIC STATK TICKET.
FOIl SU.rHEME JUIMJK.
K0II AUDITOR GE!EItAL.
RORERT P. DECHERT.
DKMOCKATK COUNTY TIC'KKT.
.1. L. STEINMETZ.
KOIl DISTRICT ATTORSKT.
R. H. MONTGOMERY.
FOR SENATOR (Utll DISTRICT.)
.1. R. DOUULASS.. '
FOR ASSBMBLV (2d DISTRICT.)
S. C. STEVENSON,
S. P. SHIRK.
VOll ASSEMBLY (3d DISTRICT.'
It. DAVIS YUNDT.
JACOR M. HAENLEN.
FOR rRISOX INSI'ECTOUS.
RARTON M. WINTERS
REN J. MILLER.
fOll POOR DIUECTOai.
I.ANCASTKR COUNTY APPOINTMENTS.
bKt.KdA.TCS TO NATIONAL COJiVKTTIOX.
R. J. McGRANN,
T. U. HENSEL.
E. S. HAMIIRIGHT
C. J. RHOADS.
JAM ES G. McSPARRAN.
STATE COMMITTEE MEM IlERa.
M. S. MOORE.
IjVJUND. A XKW HAT WAS FOUND
. near Fulton Opera Heuse en Friitay
I-. veiling. The owner can have it by calling at
JOHN bPANGLER'S SALOON mid by puying
for this advertisement. ltd
T?IFTY HEAD OF STOCK CATTLE AT
' Levi Sensenig's stock yards for sale en
MORNING, MAY iS.
"PENNSYLVANIA K. It.
te Cellins' Beach via!
TUESDAY, JUNE Ut, 18S0.
Fare for Round Trip, ... S2.25.
CHILDREN HALF PRICE.
Special train leaves at 6:10. Returning leaves
Philadelphia at 7 p. in.
Persons going te Cellins' Reach will tnke th
steamer at Arch Street Wharf, which leaves at
10 o'clock and returns about 4 o'clock. Ne
extra charge ter tills beautiful beat ride.
Tickets for sale at allstatiousalengthc route
from Columbia te Dowuingtewn.
STATE OF LOKKNZ SCHILLING. LATE
I of Lancaster cits. Pa., deceased. Letters
ei :uiiiiiiiisir.iiieu, wen me will annexed, en
saiil e-bite having been granted te the under
signed, all person indebted te said decedent
are requested temake immediate settlement,
mid these having claims or demands against
the estate of said decedentte make known the
same te the undersigned without delay, resid
ing in Lancaster city.
ROSE RAPP, Administratrix,
R. F. Davis, Attorney. my37-6ldeaw
On SATURDAY EVENING, JUNE 12,
lSSO, will be sold at public sale, at the King of
Prussia Hetel, (Win. Ralz, proprietor,) Nes.
Jit and 2IC West King street, Lancaster. Ta.,
the following proeerty, te wit:
A double onc-sterv RRICK DWELLING
HOUSE, with one-story Rriek Rack Building,
containing 7 rooms. Tlie let fronts 88 feet,
mere or less, en Derwart street, and extends
back l.r0 feet, mere or less, te a H-leetalley,and
has a well et geed water thereon, situate Nes.
117 and 11!) Derwart street.
Parties wishing te view the property can de
se by calling en tlie undersigned or ut the
Sale te commence at 7 o'clock p. m. of said
day, when terms and conditions will be made
known by RAUSMAN & RURNS,
Real Estate Agents,
Otllcc 10 West Orange Street.
Sam'l Hess & Sex, Aucts. m2fi-eedR
K ARE PREPARED
TO MAKE ALL
for doers and windows. Plain Wires In Green,
Drab and Rlack. Alse Rcautifnl Landscapes for
Parler Screens. Sold by the feet in an y quan
tity, or made up in Screens te fit windows und
put up in such a manner that von need net
lake out when you wish te close them.
in an endlcs line te select from in the leading
styles. A let of ends in order te close out will
be sold out very cheap.
of every description, in Plain and Figured
Goods. Cardinal, Green and White Hollands.
the Cheapest and Rest Cornice made. Fit any
window up te five feet in width. Cornice
Poles iu Walnut and Ebony. Orders taken for
PIER AND MANTEL MIRRORS,
AT LOW TtATES.
PHARES W. FRY,
Ne. 57 NORTH QUEEN ST.
AsTJiibli bres aWexltisexestT
13 EAST KING STREET,
13 EAST KING STREET,
13 EAST KING STREET,
13 EAST KING STREET.
13 EAST KING STREET,
Are offering this
week gieat inducements in
IIOSIKKYI Ladies White Ribbed
1IUS1KK1 liesese a pair.
White and Unbleached
Full Regular Madeline a
Iren Frame Deuble
Heel and Tee 23c a pair.
Our 2"c Ralbriggan is
tlie best one ever sold for
Kxtra Fine Ralbrig
gans worth 40e terXica
100 dez Ludics'Dar'c Uu-
bl cached Ralbriggans,
Full Regular Made, Kle
gantlv Kiiibreidcred in
Celers 2!)c n
100 dez Ladies' Hand
some Frent Embroidered
and cardinal -".le a pair.
Our l'.tc Embroidered
ISalbriggaiis will seen be
sold out and cannot be
replaced ter anything
like that price.
Ladies' Full Regular
Made Rredequins in
Pink,' Rlue and Cardinal,
LiMc Thread Hese.
Ladies' Rlack Ralhrig-
gans Clocked with White
Ladies' all Rlack Eng
lish Lisle Hese, the Finest
Our assortment et
Ladies' Fancy lle-dervi
very large and priees ex
100 dez Pin Striped Hese
ler Ladies, seamless, Ijc
150 dez Fancy Embrei
dered Centre and Scam
less at 2."c a pair.
Ladies' Rest English
Cotten Hese Hnir-iined
Ingrain Celers at :Uc
The same goods witli
Silk Clocking lie a pair.
Ladies' Fine Li-le Hese
Open-worked Fancy Col
ored Centre ."iSc a pair.
Ladies' Rredequins for
Walking Shoes in great
Seme liuautitul novel
Frem We up.
All tirst-cJas goods
We have received flits
week about 20 new styles
of Imported Stockings
from Ne. fi te S. which
we are selling from l' te
V h il OS r.mlireidcrcu
Centre Stockings. Pink
and Rlue Open-worked.
Lisle. Fine Embroidered
Frent, all Open-worked.
Infant's White Socks
!)c a pail
Infant's White Regular
Made 17c a pair.
I n rant's Hair-striped
Infants White witli Cel
ere 1 Clocking 2Th; a pair
Infant's f'liikaiid nine
Open-worked Socks 25u a
An equally large assort
ment of Infant's , Hese.
Gents' Half Hese.
Unbleached Full Regu
lar Made 14u a pair.
suuerline JtriUsii i.c a
sine uiecKcu nailing
sunn Full Regular Made
lc a pair.
Fancy Socks fiem 1.1c a
ranev oecics. r nit i.eir-
ular Made 2"e a pair.
An assortment of
tileves like we are new
iblelte show has never
HOS1 ERY vet been seen in this fit v.
HOSIERYWc have every iinagiu
HOSI ERY, able style new and our
HOSIER) prices are most astonish
ing te everybody.
RERUN (J LOVES.
One Full Elastic leC a
pair. Twe Full Elastic 13c
a pair. Three Full Elastic
19c a pair.
Uegular Made Gauze
(Heves. 2 Full Elastic ilc
a pair. The Finest Eng
lish Lisle Cauze (Heves
Siik Mixed in line shades.
2 Fnll Elastic .tit- a pair.
: Full Elastic 40c a pair.
4 Full Elastic 4Sc a niiir.
Fine French Gauze line GLOVE-j
Ribbed Tep :!7c a pair. 'GLOVES
Our assortment of LaceiGLOVES
Tep Gloves is unequalled GLOVES
and the prices lower than GLOVES
Lace Tep Gloves in'GLOVEs
Light Shades 2:;c a pair. G LOVES
Emb.ieldered Lace TeptGLOVES
25c a pair. I GLOVES
Fine Extra Leng LaceiGLOVES
Tep, S Full Elastic :i7eaGLOVES
pair. Full Regular MaddGLOVES
Gauze Gloves, Fine LaceiGLOVES
Tep :j.-c a pair. Ex.raiGLOVES
Leng 3 Full Elastic 50c.
We also have a large as
sertment of liner goods,
which we are selling at
Ladies' Lace Mitts in
Rlack and Colored from
2.ea pair up.
All Silk Mitts Extra
Leng in White Cream,
Pink. Rlue. &c.,5Sca pair.
Ladies' Full Regular
Made Lace Mitts. Cliilds'
Silk and Colored Lace
Mitts et all sizes. Cliilds'
Lace Tep Gloves.
13 EAST KING STREET,
THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 27, 1880.
Washington, May 27. Fer the Xcw
England and Middle Atlantic states, nearly
stationary barometer and temperature,
south te west winds, clear or partly cloudy
News of the Afternoon.
The New Yerk Legislature adjourned
sine die at neon te-day.
The strike in LcadviIIefcis se extensive
that there was net a man at any of the
mines last evening. Michael Mooney, a
Pennsvlvania Melly Majjuire leads the
strikers, and has from 5,000 te 6,000 -'out."
Ne violence is reported.
The Massachusetts printing paper
makers vote te firmly maintain their pres
ent prices and te shut down for three
weeks in July and three in August. Ne
stock is new heing imported and they an
ticipate an advance in domestic goods.
The Heuse te-day went into committee
of the whole en the civil appropriation
The Senate this morning engaged in
discussion of the resolution providing for
the appointment of a commission te in
vestigate the question of the tariff.
Clement Sattcrthwaite & Sen, Londen
dealers in the American department en the
stock exchange, have failed with heavy
liabilities. They were bears of Philadel
phia and Reading railroad stock.
On Tuesday night IJyren Reynolds shot
and killed James Delaney, at Farley, as
the latter was riding along en horseback.
They had quarreled.
End ufa Horrible Tragedy iu Niv Yerk.
New Yerk, May 27. The body of
Frederick Emil Briemann, the German
who en Thursday night last murdered his
wife by cutting her threat, was found last
night in the East river at the front of 19th
street, with his threat cut from ear te ear.
The body was positively identified, and
was removed te the morgue. It will
probably be buried in the Petter's field,
where Mrs. Ihiemann's body was interred
a few davs age.
SOr COlC UHANT.
Gen. ltutler ItegarUs the Idea of His Support
ing Grant Preposterous.
Cheyexxk, Wyoming, May 27. Gen.
B. F. Butler, passing through hereto-day,
was interviewed and declared that the
idea of him supporting Grant was prepos
terous. Regarding his own nomination
by the Grecnbackcrs, he said: "If they
only give us a geed platform the honor
would be most worthy."
MRS. FKIEUEL'S DEATH.
Corener's Jury fail te Discover
Auther of the Crime.
Leck Haven, May 27. The coroner's
jury in the case of Mrs. Fricdel, whose re
mains were found in the burning ruins of
her house, rendered a verdict this morning
that she came te her death at the hands of
some person or persons unknown. Wag
ner, who was arrested en suspicion, litis
-Makes an Advance.
Philadelphia, May 27. Committees
of the Lehigh and Schuylkill coal ex
changes met here this afternoon and de
cided te advance the price of stove coal in
June, l.j cents per ten ; te $2.7." at Ma nth
Chunk and Schuylkill Haven. Ne ether
change will be made in the circular rates
for the mouth.
Toe Much Snow en the Pacific.
San Francisce, May 27. The Union
island levee gave way yesterday owing t
the xiressurc of water from melted snow.
The ereps in the vicinity arc new under
water. Gangs of men are working with five
thousand bags of sand stepping the cre
vasse. The damages will be serious.
rOlt SALE Oh RENT.
IT Twe very desirable rooms. Ne. J.'JWC North
14 T. .-....." .l.iL.l.ln ,.,...,..
tiueeu street, suitable ter photograph gallery,
formerly occupied Iiv-.T. S. Saurman. Applv te
ii.Vtfd TIIOS. HACMGA RUN EH.
On FRIDAY. MAY 2s,HSS0, at 411 Reaver
street, of household anil kitchen furniture.
Sale at I o'clock p. in., sharp.
F. II. WILLIAMS,
JlIltLlC SALE ON Tlf-MOICItUW (Fit!
DAY) afternoon ut 1 o'clock, at Ne. 51
of Household and Kitchen Furniture.
13UULIC SALE ON THURSDAY, MAY
27, will be sold a large let of Household
and Kitchen Furniture, at Ne. 207 North Lime
street. Alse Carpenter and Machinist's 'Ioels.
Sale te commence at 1 o'clock, sharp.
10.000 Rushcls at 2 cents per Rushel.
mav5-4tdeaw&4tw GEO. K. REED. Treas.
I' Tli.. i-iNinil .tnw fit Vcltli.ttitin Sr T?!iflt.
a 111. r-vii...'. ni J i uiTiiiiii.ii u. i.iiii
von's Ranking Heuse, at Centre Square, ami
also a room en second story, opposite tlie
Penn'a R. R. Depot, en Chestnut street.
R. F. ESHLEMAX.
f2i-2til&Stf Atternev-at Law
I)UItLIC SALE OF VALUAltLE REAL
ESTATE.. Pursuant te an order of the
Orphans' Court of Lancaster County, Pa., will
be sold at public sale, at the public house et
Philip Wall, en West King street, en THURS
DAY, the leth day of JUNE, A. D. IHSO, the fol
lowing described real estate, late of Frederick
Reller, deceased, te wit : AH that certain let
or piece of ground with a two-story and attic
RRICK DWELLING HOUSE thereon erected,
situated en Marietta Avenue, Ne. ill", in the
city of Lancaster, Pa., containing In lrent en
Marietta Avenue 21 feet, mere or less, and ex
tending in depth te a publie alley 1K feet, mere
or less. Rounded en tlie west by property of
D. G. Raker, en the cast by property of Jehn
Graham, an the north bv- the aforesaid alley,
and en the south by Marietta Avenue. The
improvements arc a two-story Rrick Dwelling
Heuse witli Frame Kitchen attached, a well of
never-failing water with pump therein, grape
vine, and ether necessary improvements.
Sale te commence at VA o'clock p. in. en said
ilav, when attendance will be given and con
ditions made known by
W. IL ROLAND,
nilO-ilwdWAS Trustee In Partition.
FAIR AND STRAWBERRY FESTIVAL
J. for the benefit et St. Jeseph's Church,
will commence en FRIDAY. MA 28, at Itoth Iteth
weiler's Hall, West King street, anil continue
ler ten days. mll-2wd
fULTON OPERA HOUSE .MURDOCH.
BEXEMT OK TUB
Free Dispensary for the Sick Peer.
THURSDAY EVEMNG, MAY 27.
ADELAIDE U. MURDOCH.
In her Lecture, Entitled
" Substance and Shadow."
1 TICKETS, SO Cts.
Mw Ker Market.
Nw VeMtMay 27. Fleur state and' West
ern without important e'liange ami quiet ;
superfine state 5 754 5; extra de $4 2S
73; choice de fogs 00; fancy'
0Ja 00: round hoop Ohie $4 903 2!V:
choice ile $5 30G20; suuerline western $3 75
4 50; common te geed extra de $4 254tW;
choice dodo 8."ig7U0; choice white wheat de
$4 735 e.: Southern dull ami unchanged ;
common te fair extra $5 'J50AIU; geed te choice
de 5 50-S7 .
Wheat Spring quiet, nominal; winter tev tev
etish ami unsettled ; Red cash $1 44 bid. $1 411
asked ; Muy 1 42J bid, $1 45 asked; ether kinds
a shade stronger ; Ne. 1 White, June. II '25 ; Se.
J Red. May, St 4Il 4 :de J line 1 -.KM! 27c.
Cern a Jc better and fairly active : Mixed
western spot, .V-Sete; de future M9&ic.
Oats quiet and about steady ; State 4lj."i0c ;
Reef dull and prices unchiinged.
Perk firmer ; new mess 917 SOL
Lard quiet mid firm; steam tendered JTtiU.
Whisky dull ; Western $1 0S81 09.
Spirits of turpentine dull at 44yl4.Se.
Philadelphia. May 27. Fleur dull, lewer:
superfine W iXy.lO; extra at ft 00?4 50; Ohie
und Indiana tauiilv ut $5 l6 3 15 ; Penn'a
family (4 7335 Si; St. Leuis family 5S0gt; 00 ;
Minnesota family 5 oeK 12; lmtent and high
grades Hi MQS 0.
Rye flour at l 75.
Cornmeal Rraudywiue unchanged.
Wheat quiet: Ne. 2 Western Red l el,'.C :
Penn'a Red $123; Amber $12931 30.
Cern steady for local trade : steamer 54c ;
yellow 55.vKcc; mixed 5IMrS."c.
Oats dull; Ne. 1, White. 4j'.4(5e ; Ne. 2.
de 44c ; Ne. 3, de 4224.1c ; Ne. ' Mixed 40
Rye Arm; Western and Pa. 512c.
Previsions dull; nitss perk at $11 25;
beef hams $17017 50; India mess beet $18 no ;
b.icon.smekcd shoulders 5t$5c; salt43,'4c ;
smoked hams 10Ilc ; piekied luims SaUVic.
Lard weak ; city kettle 7Jic ; loose buiclieis
(c; prime steam $70O;g7 05.
Rutterdull except cheice: creamery extra
23c: de geed te eheice 102tc ; I trad ford
county ami New Yerk extra l'Ji2Ie ; Western
reserve extra at 15f$!7c ; de geed te
choice I.1gl5c: Rolls dull : Penn'a extra ViQ
l.V; Western reserve extra 13 15c.
Eggs firm; Penn'a Jc; Western J3c.
Cheese eheice wanted, peer dull ; New Yerk
factory l."e : Western lull cream. lliftllc; de
fair te geed lOftlOic: de hair skims ijue.
Petroleum firm; relined s,Ic.
Whisky 1 II.
Geed 10 prime clever nothing lining ; Tiiuo Tiiue
duil at $1 'jogs ; Flaxseed firm at $1 4."
PniLADXLruiA. Mav 27.
12:30 P. M. 3:00 r. si.
Pennati's (third issue)..
United Ces. of N.J... .
Northern Central ,
. ... --
Central Transportation Ce. 48
Pitts , TitusviUe & Rutlule. 13J
Niiw Vekk, May
11 1 Jilt; j
N. Y. Central
Cleveland A Pittsburgh.
Chicago t Reck Island
Pittsburgh & Fert Wayne
Western union Tel. Ce
Teledo & Wabash
New .lersev Cen I nil
United States Bends and Sterling Kxelian.;.'
(Quotations by R. K. Jamisen & Ce., S. W.
Cor. 3d and Chestnut streets).
PUItADBLl'llIA. .May -X,
United States fi'8, 1881, (registered). .lOt'.ifliky
United States .Vs, ISSI, (registered). .IW1J4
United States 4K's, 1801. (registerciljliiOnJli)-.!1.
United States 4 ,IK!il,ceuMns). .10 -I7iili) 7.
United States 4s, i'JJ7. (registered). -IOsJj;
United States Currency tt's 121! 5127
Sterling Exchange IseJfeMsy
HI FT IHlAiVIXtift.
AUTHOKIZKI) IIY Till-; COMMON
wealth of Ky and the fairest in .the world
20th Popular Monthly Drawing
COMMONWEALTH DISTRIBUTION CO.
At Macauley's Theatre, in the City of Louis
MONDAY, MAY 31st, 1880.
These Drawings, authorized by act of tlie
Legislature et 1800. and sustained by all the
courts of Kentucky occur regularly en the last
day of every mouth (Sundays excepted), and
are supervised by prominent citizens et tl'
The management call attention te the grain,
opportunity presented of obtaining, ter only
$2, any of tlie following prizes
1 prize $ 30,000
1 prize 10.000
1 prize 5.01)0
10 prizes H.oeoeacli 10,000
let) prizes. $100 each I0,0nn
200 prizes 50 each lo.eio
(tee prizes 20 each 12.MW
I0UO prizes lOeach 10.0U
'J prizes 300 each, approximation prizes 2,700
prizes 200 each, " " 1,.s(ie
a prizes 100 each. " " '.NK)
1,!0 prizes $112,400
Whole tiekels. $2; hair tickets. $1; 27 tickets
$50; X tickets $11)0.
All applications forclubratcssheuld he made
te tin: home efliec.
Full list of drawing published In Louisville
Courier-Journal and New Yerk limitil und
mailed te all ticket-holders. Ifemit money
by mail or express. Address R. M I'oard I'eard
MAN. Courier-Journal RuilUiug, Leu
isville, Ky., or at 307 and 3)0 Rrendway. New New
.EVERYBODY TO ADVER-
el churcc. in the I.ntki.liuiCn-
who wants something te de.
"IT7"ANTED A GIRL foil (iKNMIAI,
y houscuerk. Applv. with reference, te
11 NO. 32S WEST KING STREET.
1AGS! RAGS! KAGS! RAGS WANTED.
, Housekeepers take notice that we ar
paying 3 cents a pound for MIXED RAGS
Cash paid as seen as delivered te
aprtKand Ne. 2".' West King Street.
AMENDMENT TOCIIARTER OK LAN
caster Heme .Mutual Fire Insurance Com
pany. Netice Is hereby given that application lias
been made te thr Court et Common Picas of
Lancaster county tegrant certain ainendiiieiiin
te charter of lincaster Reme Mutual Fire In
surance Company, new filed iu Prolhenotary's
Oilice, and motion ler decree anuiting the
same will be maileen the 21st day of June, .
D. ISse, at 10 o'clock a. 111.
A. C. REINOEHL.
Solicitors for tlir Lancaster Heme Mutual Fire
Insurance Company. m2R-3wdM,W.tS
PROPOSALS TO CONTRACTORS AM
Riiilders. Sealed nreiKtsals cn.ler.-cd
' Proposals for the erection of a Scheel ISuild
ing," will be received bv the undersigned at
Ne. 20 East King street, until WEDNESDAY.
JUNE IB, IfSO, at 12 o'clock in., ler erecting a.
Scheel Ruildiiigen the corner of East Lemen
and Lime streets. Said buildings te ln built
iu accordance with the plan ami specifleatie! s
of Frank L. Davis, architect, te he seen at Ne.
id East King street, and the building ie be fin
ished by December I, IS'. The committee
will net consider any bids ether than these
made by reputable and competent master
builders, and will require satisfactory security
ter tlie faithful fulfillment el the same. Ruiid
ers are required te name their security iu
their proposals. The committee reserve Up
right te reject any or all bills net deemed sat
isfactory. Ry order of the Committee en
II. E. SLAYMAKER,
1 PROPOSALS FOR GAS LAMPS AND
LAMPPOSTS. Sealed proposals for the
furnishing of thecity of Lancaster with gas ter
tlie use of the Mayer's Ofllcc.City Hall, Market
Houses. Station Heuse, Ac., by tlie thousand
cubic feet, and for gas for the street lamps
per pest ; lighting and keeping the same in
goeiforder and reimir for one year from July
1, 1880, in accordance with the previsions of an
ordinance entitled ''An Ordinance for the
Lighting of the City of Lancaster with Gits,"
approved January '. 1878, will be received by
the Lamp Cemmitted: until 8 o'clock 011 Tues
day evening, June 1, 1880.
Proposals will also lie received at the same
time and place for the furnishing of Lamp
Pests und Lamps ler Gas, complete and ready
for use, which may be needed during the year.
Pests and Lamps te be of same style new iu
use. Ridders will give the length and weight
et the pests they propose te furnish.
Proposals will also be received at the same
timcand place for lighting, keeping iu geed
order anil repair, and for tlie furnishing et all
needed supplies which maybe re.ulrerfer the
lighting of the oil (etherwise gasoline) lamps.
Bids te state the amount per htm p.
Tlie Lamp Committee reserve the right te re
ject any aud all bias, and tlie successful bidder
or bidders will give geed approved security ler
the faithful performance of their contract.
The proposals wilt also state the amount ad
ditional tlie bidder or bidders will agree te
extinguish such lamps as they will light ut tlie
time reqnlred by ordinance.
Proposals must be addressed te W.M. JOHN
SON. Chairman Lamp Committee. Mayer's Of