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LANCASTER, PA. WEDNESDAY JANUARY 28, 1880.
Price Twe Cents.
rUBLI8HED EVERT EVEXI-VO,
BY STEINMAN & HENSEL,
Intelligencer Building, Southwest Cerner or
The Daily IirrELLiGEXCKR is furnished te
subscribers in the City of Lancaster ami sur
rounding towns, accessible by Railroad ami
Dailv Stage Lines at Ten Cets Per Week,
payable te tlie Carriers, weekly. By Mail, $3 a
year in al vance ; otherwise, $.
Entered at the pest office at Lancaster, Pa., as
second class mall matter.
-IS-Thc STEAM JOR PRINTING DEPART
MENT of this establishment possesses unsur
jiasscd facilities for the execution of all kinds
el l'Jain and Fancy l'rinlinir.
Wholesale and Itctail Dealer in all kinds el
LUMHER AND COAL.
-trij-Yard: Xe. 43J North Water and Prince
-ticets, above Lemen, Lancaster. n3-lyil
COAL! - - - COAL!!
GORREOHT & CO.,
Fer Geed and Cheap Ceal. Yard Harrisburg
Pike. Olliee S) East Chestnut Street.
P. W. GOUKKCIIT, Agt.
J. It. RILEY.
eH-lyd W. A. KELLER.
COAL! COAL! COAL! COAL!
Ceal of the Itent Quality put up expressly
for family use, and at the low
est market prices.
TRY A SAMPLE TON.
ttiT VA1CU 150 SOUTH WATEK ST.
iif-lt-lyd PHILIP SCHUM.SON & CO.
JUST HKCKlVKIt AFINK LOT OF IJAI.KD
TIMOTHY HAY, at
M. F. STEIGERWALT & SON'S,
COAL. ! FLOUR ! ! GRAIN I ! !
FAMILY COAL UXDEU COVER.
Minnesota Patent Precess Family and Raker's
Fleur. Haled Hay and Feed of all kinds.
Wax-house and Yard : 234 North Water St
COHO & WILEY,
:s.'U XOJITJI WATER AT., LrtHCiiUt; Ph.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
LUMBER AND COAL.
Alse, Contractors and Ituildcrs.
Estimates made and contracts undertaken
en all kinds of buildings.
Rranch Otlice : Ne. 3 NORTH Ot'KEST.
vferici: te Tin: pup.lic.
G. SENER & SONS.
Will continue te sell only
GEXL'IXE LTKEXS VALLEY
and WILKESliARRE COALS
Inch are the best in the market, and sell as
LOWas the LOWEST, and net only CUAK
AXTEK FULLWEKJ1IT, but allow te WEIGH
OX AXY scale in geed order.
ANe Heugh anil Drced Lumber, Sash'
Deers, lilinds, ,Vc, at Lewest Market Prices.
Olliee and j'anl northeast corner Prince and
Walnut streets, Lancaster, Pa. jaul-tfd
jioehs ash statiexj:uy.
"a "ax.i:ntixi;s! vai-kntinks ! :
A GREAT VARIETY,
L. M. FLYNN'S
1J0OK AND STATIONERY STOKE,
Ne. 4 a WliST KINK STKKKT.
AT Til K
JOM BAES SOIS,
15 and 17 NORTH QUEEN STREET,
f KEAT HARGAINS.
A Large Assortment of all kinds of
Are still sold at lower rates than ever at the-
H. S. SHIRK,
202 WEST KIXG STKKET.
Call ami examine our steckand satisfy your
self that we can show the largest assortment
of Urussels, Three plies and Ingrains at all
in-ices at the lowest Philadelphia prices. Alse
en hand a large and complete assortment et
UAU CAKPETS. Satisiactien guaranteed both
as te price and quality. Yeuarc invited tecall
and :-ec my goods. Xe trouble in showing
them, even if you de net want te purchase.
Don't lerget this notice : Yeu am save
wiini'v here if you want te buy.
Particular attention given te custom work.
Alse en hand a full assortment of Counter
panes, en Cleths and illankets of every va
Philip Sebum, &m & Ce.
HAVE ON HAKD
Nes. 38 & 40 WEST KING ST.,
(Formerly II. Z. Itheads & llre.'s,)
a fine selection et the Well-known, Gen
uine LANCASTER QUILTS, Woolen and Half
Woolen COVERLETS. CARPETS, Carpet
Chain, Yarns of all kinds, a complete line el
Ladies' Furnishing Goods, Notions. &c.
Scouring and Dyeing promptly attended te.
In order te accommedatothc public we have
located our Ceal Office at the above place.
PHILIP SCIIUM, SOX & CO.,
e31-.linil&w S3 & 40 West King St.. Lancaster
I would respectfully call thcittentien et
persons wanting a first-class Piane that 1 have
b.-cn appointed .sole agent for Lancaster coun
Chickering & Sen's Celebrated Pianos,
Ot Ilosten, Mass. Pianos em be seen nt my
Organ Manufacturing Warcroems, 320 North
dec2C-2tdeawd&wtf Lancaster, Pa.
FALL & WINTER.
We arc new prepared te show the public one
of the largest steeks of
ever exhibited in the city et Lancaster. Geed
Working Suits for men $0.00. Geed Styles
Cassimere Suits for men $7.50. Our AU Weel
Men's Suits that we are selling ter $9.00 are as
geed as you can buy elsewhere for $12.00. Our
stock of Overcoats arc immense. AH grades
and every variety of styles and colors, for
men, boys and youths, all our own manufac
ture. Full line of Men's, Youths' and Reys'
Suits. Full line of Men's, Youths' and Reys'
CUSTOM DEPARTMENT !
We are prepared te show one et the best
stocks of Piece Goods te select from and have
made te order ever shown in the city. They
are all arranged en tables fitted up expres-sly
se that every piece can be examined before
making a selection. All our goods have been
purchased before the rise in woolens. We are
prepared te make up in geed style and at short
notice and at bottom prices. We make te or er
iler an All Weel Suit ler $12.X). Ry buying
your goods at
you save one profit, as we manufacture all our
own Clothing and give employment te about
one hundred hands. Call and examine our
steckand he convinced as te the truth of which
MYERS & HATHFON,
Centre Hull. Ne. 12 East King Street.
01 JANUARY PEICE LIST.
Great reduction in price te close out a large
Consisting of ever 500 PATTERNS.
ENGLISH AND FRENCH NOVELTIES
Reduced te fS.OO PEP. PAIR. Large Let et
SCOTCH, ENGLISH AXD FIXE AMERI
Fer Genteel Wear, of the Latest ami Rest
Styles, at $7.00. Demestic Goods of the leading
Standard Rrands. at $i te $5 per pair. A Large
Line of Imported Suitings at a Sacrifice Do De
mestic Suitings at all piices. Persons In want
of a Geed
Will de well te call and examine the stock.
Plain us well as the most Ultra Styles at less
than Cost Price. We want te elb-e them te
make room for our
Call early and secure bargains.
J. K. SMALING,
121 North Queen Street.
2-k CMTRE SQUARE.
Closing out our
In order te iu.iku room for the
Large Spring Stock,
Which we ai e new manufacturing.
Suits and Suitings,
Te be sold at the Lewest Prices.
D. B. Hosteller & Sen,
24 CENTRE SQUARE-
ITOUA'ltJiKS ANlt 31 A CMIIKISTS.
SHOP ON PLUM STREET,
OrresiTE hie Locomotive Weuks.
The subscriber continues te manufacture
BOILERS AND STEAM ENGINES,
Fer Tanning and ether purposes ;
Sheet-iron Werk, and
tSj- Jobbing promptly attended te.
augl8-lyd JOHN REST.
rpilK ACADEMY CONNECTED WITH
J. Franklin and Marshall College offers su
perier advantages te young men ami boys who
desire either te prepare for college or te obtain
a thorough academic education. Students re
ceived at any time during the school year
Send for circulars. Address
REV. JAMES CRAWFORD,
ectll-lyd Lancaster. I'a.
Great mat Prices
VrAUCUS . SEUNEK,
Xe. lai North Prince street.
Prompt and particular attention paid te al
tcratien ami repairs. sl3-lyd
Having just returned Irem New Yerk with a
FOR MEN'S WEAR,
Would respectfully r.nneuuce te his customer
and the public that he will have his regular
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 29th.
AND PRICES AS LOW AS AXY HOUSE IV
THIS CITY AT
Ne. 51 North Queen Street.
GRAND CLOSING SALE !
OVERCOATS AND HEAVY SUITINGS.
te buyers et Clothing in order te make room
for a large SPRING STOCK new being manu
factured, and we are needing room. We elfcr
well-made and stylish
Clothing for Men and Beys
than ever heard of before, although Goods arc
going up every day. We will sell, for we must
have the room.
Loek al Our Astonishingly Lew Trice
OVERCOATS! OVERCOATS! OVERCOATS!
for $2.00, ter$.!.8."i, for $.".:!."), for$i;.7.".
OVERCOATS! OVERCOATS! OVERCOATS
for $7.75. for $0.7.1, for $10.7:1.
OVERCOATS ! OVERCOATS ! OVERCOATS !
for $12, $li, $10 and $2).
These arc heavy-lined Overcoats, carelully
made and splendidly trimmed.
OVERCOATS ! OVERCOATS ! OVERCOATS
for $7.50, for $3.50, for $0.50, for $1J.
OVERCOATS ! OVERCOATS ! OVERCOATS !
for $15, fer$ls, for $20.
The.se are Plaid-Rack Overcoats, cfjual te
HEAVY, MEN'S SUITS !
for $3.50, $1.00, $5.00, $7.00, $0.00, $10.00.
MEN'S SUITS FOR FIXE DRESS !
for $1-2.00, $14.00, $15.00, $10.00, $18.00 and $2010.
ROYS' SUITS AXD OVERCOATS !
ROYS' SUITS irem $2.23 te $10.00.
UOYS' OVERCOATS VERY LOW.
We sell only our own make and guaiantee
Meney returned en all goods net found as
5llcase call, whether you wish te purchase
Is stocked with the latest styles, which we
make te measure at the lowest cash prices and
guarantee a perfect lit.
SUITS TO ORDER from $12 upwards.
PANTS TO ORDER from $3.50 upwards.
D. GANSMAN & BRO.,
MERCHANT TAILORS AXD CLOTHIERS,
66 & 68 NORTH QUEEN ST.,
S. V. Cerner et Orange, Lancaster, I'a.
( Rausman's Cerner.)
Te Tolacce Buyers !
Opened this day
ONE BALE OF
Next Doer te the Court Heuse.
&in TO ip;;nn AMj wishing te
WUU BtlUU. make money in Wall st.
should deal with the undersigned. Write for
explanatory circulars, sent free by
mcKLiNG & co., SrEsSss
New Yerk. 1cl0-3mdeed
WEDNESDAY EVENING, JAN. 28, 1880.
The Past and the Present.
KOI" the iCTELLtGENCER.
"We sometimes Lear it said that the days
of heroes have passed, and that leek where
we may we shall fail te find the bold
spirits which steed upon the watch-towers
te ward off the dangers that threatened
our republic in her earlier days. These
were days when principles of rights and
duty nerved the hearts and ruled the actions
of men in high places ; when devotion te
honorable trusts was held sacred and the
place sought the man best fitted te dis
charge the duties of office. The honor at
tached te the oftice-helder was something
te be coveted, and the best recommenda
tion which any man could bring into the
political field was the record of a pure life
in his social relations and business tran-
actions. When a meeting, called te take
into consideration the selection of the
proper men for office, was characterized
by some dignity, and its deliberations re
flected honor upon these who participated
in its proceedings. When '"bummers"
and "rings" were net known te be the
only effectual agencies te run the political
"machine," and an honorable man was net
afraid or ashamed te confess " I am a pol
itician." That we have degenerated no
one will pretend te deny, and indeed se long
as it is the beast of our best men that they
will have "nothing te de with politics,''
that "it is dirty business," &c, &c, se
long we may expect te have our places of
honor filled by unscrupulous men whose
only ambition is te serve their personal in
terests and these of the party which placed
them in power. What is the charge of the
public morals te them, any farther than it
may serve their interests te vindicate
Occasionally some veteran even in
these days has the courage te point out
the rottenness which characterizes the
acts of public officials, and though a thou,
sand "retractions" arc forced upon hiin,
lie will like Galilee arise and declare that
"it is true nevertheless," and the people
w ill believe him. And again when a young
Patrick Henry, full of enthusiasm, dares
te affirm the same thing and boldly de
clare, " If this be treason, make the most
of it," we say, " All honor te him." The
heroes are net all gene yet, and there is
still hope that right will conquer and the
triumph of just principles be secured at
last. A. B. M. '
The Turk and IiiB Religion.
Londen Pall Mall Oazette.
The particular difficulty with the Perte
which created se much difficulty last week
suggests some reflections en the singular
unanimity of the English press in applaud
ing Sir Henry Layanl i's energy. We have
nothing te say against it, but the language
used of it is at least remarkable. When the
most famous English historian of Greece is
laboring te show that some otherwise inex
plicable acts of his favorite Athenians arc
easily intelligible when it is understood that
they had a religion and earnestly believed
in it, he lays down the general proposi preposi
tion that every religion seems ridiculous
te these who de net think it te be true. It
would appear that a certain class of Eng
lishmen net only consider Mohammedan
ism te be a false religion, but are unable te
convince themselves that a religious objec
tion made by a Mohammedan can be ad
vanced in geed faith. New, although Sir
Henry Layaul was quite right in doing his
utmost te lescucthc missionary and the
Turk employed by him from the religious
jurisdiction of the Shiek-ul-Islam, nothing
is mere certain than that the diplomatic
justification of the Perte was of a kind
which only a few years since would have
had te be respectfully received in Western
Europe, and which a couple of centuries
age would have been everywhere regaidcd
It is said that since their overthrew by
the Russian armies there has been a re
crudescence of religious zeal among the
Turks. Nothing is mere likely. It is one
of the commonest results of national mis
fortune. Fer at least two years after the
calamities of 1870 there was a religious re
vival in France which in the end provoked
the reaction at home which has uet yet ex
hausted itself, and which alarmed Prince
Bismarck into takiug'measures against
the Catholics. Again we arc told that te
punish a missionary for trying te make
conversions, and a Turkish subject for aid
ing him, is contrary te the edict by which
toleration is premised te everybody in
Turkey. It is true that toleration has
been repeatedly proclaimed , but is liberty
of conversion a necessary consequence of
toleration .' The fact is that it is one of
its extrcmest results. It is only recently
that foreigners in the West have been
allowed te proselytize te their own religion
as well as te practise it in public. The
Spanish government was always respect
fully listened te when, down te the expul
sion of Queen Isabella, it answered the
complaints of missionaries and distributors
of Bibles bv pointing out that presclytism
was forbidden by the laws of Spain ; and
a powerful party even new endeavors te
re-establish this principle. Until almost
yesterday, presclytism was unlawful in
Austria; during the second empire a
zealous foreign Protestant, eager te make
conversions, would have met with every
sort of obstruction from the French civil
administration ; and nobody can doubt
that in an Ireland enjoying Heme Rule the
Protestant "seuper" would find him
self liable te punishment. But,
above all, the ancient and once
universal principle is most sternly
maintained in Russia, where a foreign mis
sionary making conversions from the Or
thodox church would be at once deported,
and a Russian subject assisting him would
be sent te the ether side of the Urals. Se
far is Turkey from lagging a long way be
hind the rest of the world in its construc
tion of toleration that the really weak part
of its case is connected with its own liberal
practice. Whether from policy or from
contempt, it has never prevented Chris
tians of one sect from converting Chris
tians of another te their own religious
views. But a translation of a Christian
book of prayers into Turlcish, effected by
a learned Mohammedan Turk, is net tin
naturally looked upon as an instrument of
a wholly different kind from a catechism
in Bulgarian or Greek, and the discovery
of its existence has thrown the Perte back
upon principles which are elder than its
general practice but which arc net at all
peculiar te itself. The counterpart of the
Turkish translator, who we sincerely hepe
has been rescued by the British ambassa
dor, would have been impartially burned
by Calvin and by the Inquisition ; one hun
dred years since he would have been sent
te the galleys in every European country
except England; twenty years since he
would have been exposed in half of Europe
te punishment or te the severest annoy
ance. The justification of Sir Henry Laynrtl
does net rest en the language of treaties
or of imperial proclamations, for they de
net cover the case supposed ; nor en the
abstract justice of his proceedings, for it
has net yet been recognized as unjust that
a state should protect its own religion;
but en considerations el a very dmerent
enler. The truth is, that the proceeding
of which the ambassador is said te have
energetically complained gees with a great
deal mere which must be firmly resisted
if the Turkish government is te be con
trolled for its own safety. It may be very
natural that the Perte should try te assert
the same rights of protecting Islam against
preselytim which the Russian government
constantly exercises en behalf of Ortho
dox Christianity; but, however natural
be the attempt, and however much de
manded by Mohammedan feeling in
Turkey, it has grave dangers. It is a
logical and theoretically defensible mani
festation of the same spirit which is striv
ing te the utmost te obstruct a number of
reforms te which the Turkish government
is pledged, and certain ethers which must
be effected by .its hands or by hands
stronger than its own. Everybody, except
perhaps a certain number of persons in
Turkey full of that earnestness which
Englishmen would deeply respect if they
saw it in men of their own religion, is
aware that the destinies of Turkey have
been taken out of her own control. It is
net Engtand exclusively which has under
taken te shape them ; that she alone pic
sides ever them for geed or for evil is the
peculiar delusion of English radicals. In
reality as will presently appear mere
clearly than it does at present most of
the powers of Europe are agreed that the
Eastern question shall be brought te a
settlement ; they are determined that if
the terrible danger of three years since
gives signs of reviving, it shall be re
pressed at once, and repressed by the
joint action of all, net by the solitary
effort of any one power. And this will
be found te explain a geed deal of what
is going en new beneath the surface of
A Curious Case.
.Surveyor Graham and tne Yeung Weman
Who Claims te be His Daughter.
A young woman giving her name as
Leonera Mulwa Murat Graham, claims
te be the daughter of General Charles K.
Graham, surveyor of the pert of New Yerk,
and has petitioned the supreme court of
New Yerk te have a guardian appointed,
in order that she may bring suit against
her alleged father for slander. Her claims
have aroused considerable interest among
the friends of the general in New Yerk.
Mr. Jehn I. Davenport said :
"I have known General Graham and
his present wife nearly seventeen years,and
I knew that during the war Mrs. Graham
was with him whenever his military sta
tion was such that she could get te his
camp. I have known them as a happy,
iOving couple, and I was amazed te read of
this girl's claim te be his daughter. I
never heard of her before, and think that
it is very strange that she has net attempt
ed te enforce her claims long before this.
I was told te-day that General Graham
said te a friend : ' The mother of this girl
was sued for divorce by her husband many
years age, and the husband implicated me,
but he was defeated in his claim.' "
Mr. David Graham, nephew of General
Graham, said : " I never heard of the girl
before, and am sure I never saw her in my
uncle's house. I remember my uncle's
present wife ever fifteen years, and believe
he was married before that. I de net
knew what was her maiden name. As te
the girl and her brothers, I have no doubt
that there is some motive behind the pro
posed suit for slander that will be devel
oped in due time. It is strange that such
a charge should be withheld for se long a
period, and made public se near te the
time of the election for the highest office
within the gift of the Grand Army of the
Republic, for which office General Graham
is known te be a prominent candidate. I
am sure I never heard of the claims of
these alleged children until I saw them in
the newspapers, and have no doubt that
my uncle, will succeed in showing that
these claims arc net founded en truth."
General Charles K. Graham himself said:
" De net care te tell you when I married
my present wife. I married her long be
fore these children were born. I de not net
care te talk about the matter, and am con
tent te await the verdict of the court. I
de net care, for myself, about the stories
about the affair, but am sorry for my peer
wife's sake. She feels keenly the annoy
ance. As for the suit which is threatened,
let it come ; I am waiting for it, and have
defied them. This is a new thing. I am
net te be bullied or frightened by black
mailers. I have been trying te force this
thing eti for some time, and am content te
let the courts decide. I did net say that
this girl was Miss Graham ; I de net admit
that that is her name. All these matters
will come out in full en the trial. I am
net afraid of the consequences, and have
determined te fight it out. I hope the
trial will come en seen, as I am anxious
Miss Leonera Mulwa Murat Graham is a
tall, slightly-built blonde, with blue eyes,
a rather large forehead, a symmetrical
nose, a pleasant girlishness of expression
about the mouth, is ladylike, and engaging
in manners, and lias an air of a miss just
from bearding school. She was neatly
clad, yesterday, in a close-fitting drab
dress. She declined te be questioned about
her case, however, or te give the address
of her brother, as she had again been cau
tioned against talking. A friend of Miss
Graham's, however, said: "The docu
mentary evidence that she has includes
letters from General Graham that are ad
dressed te her mother as 'My dear wife, '
and signed as her husband, and in them
he speaks of his daughter. Leonera. She
has mementoes that, she says, were
given te her mother by General Graham,
and a copy of the divorce that she obtained
from him in the supreme court of the
state of New Yerk. She will prove her
identity by geed witnesses, and need net
go outside the family of Surveyor Graham
for her proof. "
A Brave Man.
Heroic Conduct of an Engineer.
Oil City Derrick.
Our Bradford correspondent writes : A
gentleman who was present at the late rail
road accident at Cameren Point, en the
Philadelphia & Erie railroad, relates the
following touching incident, as illus
trating the braveiy and self-sacrificing
spirit of the engineer of one of the col
liding trains. When the trains came to
gether the engineer of train 31, Mr.
Christ Dean, was caught in the wreck of
his locomotive in such a manner as te
threw one of his feet against the boiler
head, where it was held by the broken
machinery which was at the lame time
crushing his ankle. While he lay in
this position, his feet being literally burnt
off by the het boiler head, he managed te
reach his tool chest, and when the rescuing
party came along they found him endeavor
ing te extricate, net himself, but his fire
men, who was in even a worse predicament
than himself. His first words were :
"Help peer Jimmy; never mind me."
The fireman was extricated, but it was tee
late, as he was se badly injured that he
died shortly after being rescued. When
Mr. Dean was taken out of his perilous
position it was found that ltis feet was se
badly burned and crushed that it would be
necessary te amputate the limb above the
He took the proposal very coolly, remark
ing te the doctor : "Cut oil as little as pos
sible ; I need it all." The doctors thought
it very probable that his system would net
bear up under the amputation added te
the torture he had alreadv endured, and
his case was accordingly reported te the
papers as almost hopeless. But it is grat
ifying te learn that this brave, chivalrous
man is new in a fair way te recover, he
having rallied from his physical weakness
and nervous prostration. The name of
Christ Dean should be handed down as one
who at a time when his own life hung in
the balance, and he was suffering untold
torture, thought of and cared for a suffer
ing comrade in, preference te himself. Such
instances of self-sacrifice are very rare, and
when they occur tend te renew our faith in
the innate goodness of humanity and con
firm the quotation that "one touch of na
ture makes us all of kin."
Tens of Christmas Piuldinc
Fer many thousands of the inhabitants
of England the best chance te obtain an
orthodox Christmas dinner of roast beef
and plum-pudding is afforded by qualify
ing for the jail or workhouse. At the
Londen workhouses in particular the festi
val of Yule is celebrated by the prepara
tion of Brebclingnagian puddings that
might be served up te giants in bowls
like that of Guy of Warwick and washed
down with draughts of the punch mixed
en the 23th of October, 1G94, by Admiral
Edward Russell who in the fountain of his
garden placed " four hogsheads of brandy,
one pipe of Malaga, twenty gallons of
lime-juice. 2,300 lemons, thirteen hundred-weight
of fine white sugar, five
pounds of grated nutmegs, "JOO toasted
biscuits and eight hogsheads of water. "
Thus the 4,023 inmates of the imbecile
asylums of Leancsden and Caterham re
ceived 1,500 pounds of roast beef, a ten
and a half (:?,eG0 pounds) of potatoes and
2,000 pounds of Jplum pudding, with each
a pint of beer. Marylcbone has the
champion pudding of the universe,
weighing ever a ten; the ingredients arc
530 pounds of Heur, 41e pounds of suet,
200 pounds of raisins and 300 pounds of
currants, 200 pounds of sugar, 1,000 eggs,
15 gallons of ale, 15 gallons of milk, 7
pounds of ginger, 10 pounds of spice and
70 pounds of candied peel. This was
served up after a dinner of roast beef, po
tatoes, beer and " extras" te 2,190 pau
pers 970 men, 1,1G0 women and 34 chil
dren. At St. Pancras the Christmas dinner
of 1,513 inmates consisted of 1,200 pounds
of prime beef, 900 pounds of potatoes, 5
hogsheads of porter and a pudding of me
dium size, containing two sacks of Heur,
224 pounds of sugar, '508 pounds of raisins,
304 pounds of currants, 98 pounds of peel,
402 pounds of suet, three pounds of spice,
900 eggs, 14 gallons of old ale and
10 gallons of milk. (The tastes of the
architects of these puddings,it will he seen,
varies considerably.) By way of a treat
there were for tins children four cases of
oranges and a bushel of nuts, and for the
old people fifty pounds of tobacco and
twenty-two pounds of snuff. At Isling
ton, besides the usual dinner of roast
beef, .baked potatoes and beer, there
was a pudding consisting of S92 pounds
of raisins. GIG pounds of currants,
30 pounds of peel, 400 eggs, 1G8 pounds
of sugar, 110 pounds of suet, 11
pounds of spice and 28 gallons of
milk. At the Strand Union the inmates
had 900 pounds of beef, with potatoes and
ether vegetables and porter, ten boxes of
oranges, fifty pounds of tobacco, COO
ounces of snuff and a pony pudding only
containing 4S0 pounds of raisins, 2!0
pounds of currants, forty-five pounds of
peel, five pounds of spice, 250 pounds of
suet, fourteen gallons of milk. 300 eggs,
and " the ncccessary Heur." At Lambeth,
" in consequence of a difficulty with the
auditor," the old people had te de without
their tobacco and snutf, but the children
had a gift of toys, and amusements in
cluding "Pinafore" were provided, and
1,904 pounds of raisins and currants went
into the cakes and puddings. At St. Sav
iour's there were buns for tea besides a gar
gantuan dinner. At Kensington the guar
dians ordered 370 pounds of roast beef,
320 pounds of roast perk, 900 pounds of
potatoes, three barrels of porter, nine
pounds of tobacco, three pounds of snuff,
two gross of pipes, two bushels of nuts,
800 oranges and 13 shilling's worth of holly,
the ether feature of the dinner being com
posed of 1G8 pounds of raisins and the
same of currants, forty pounds of candied
peel, three pounds of spice, forty-two
pounds of sugar, 280 peuijds of Heur, 240
eggs and eighty pounds of suet. And se
en down te the list of Unions, at which
nearly seventy-five tens of the roast beef,
of Old England or Yeung America and
an equal quantity of plum pudding was
served en Christmas day, 187!).
vitv aoeits, &v.
WE CANNOT ADVERTISE
Reduction of Prices,
As many kinds of goods are going 11 p
in price every wcek,but we held a large
stock of desirable Dry Ceeds that are
selling at rales proportionate te cost
some time age. In the matter of
MUSLINS we secured and MCSLIXS
stored I away an immense 3IUSL1X.S
quantity, se that our sales- MUSLIN'S
rooms and rescryc stock- MUSLINS
rooms leek like wholesale MUSLINS
stores. These standard MUSLIN-
goods are new retailing MUSLINS
largely at less than future .MUSLINS
We aNe bought freely et
And can show the geed result of our
bargaining en inquiry at the Flannel
We are also selling
Cheaper than they can be bought at.
The people will have te pay higher for
many kinds of dry goods after tins pres
ent stock are sold out.
GRAND DEP0T-13TH ST.,
V1IIXA AND GLASSWAKi:.
ODD and DAMAGED WARE sold at a
Ware Sold Under Price te Save Moving.
New is your time for BARGAINS.
HIGH & MARTIN'S,
Ne. 8 East Bang Street.
BLOOD AND SKIN HU3I0RS.
Cuticura. Rkjccdies for the Treatment" et
Idoed and skin and Scalp Humors. When of
Scrofulous. Cancerous. Syphilitic origin,- the
Cuticura Rkselvkxt is the principal remedy,
and if there are at the same time Ulcers, Seres
or ether Kxtemal Affections, then the Cuti
cura, assisted by the Cuticura Se.vr. must be
used externally. If the disease is of the Skin
ami Scalp, the principal remedy will then lie.
the Cuticura, with the OtrncuRA Seap, and such
use of the Riselvkxt us is suggested br the
following conditiens: In all skin and Scalp
Diseases, when the skin is het and dry. the
bleed feverish, the liver torpid, the bowels con-,
stipated, or when the virus of Scrofula or poi
son of Mercury is known te lurtcin tnesvstem.
or when the. Constitution has been shattered
by Malarial and Anti-Periodic Fevers unit De
bilitating Diseases, always take the UiseiA-iufT
while using the Cuticura. a cure thus made
will be permanent and satisfactory.
The Cuticiirii Remedies Succeed Wliore a
Consultation or Physicians i-'ails.
Messrs. Weeks'.!- Petter: Gentlemen. I hare
suffered ever thirteen years with skin disease
in my hands and limbs, causing constant irri
tation, depriving me of rest and attention te
I sought many remedies here and elsewhere,
also ue et sulphur baths, without permanent
l.:ist May a physician called my dNcasc
Kczema Rodent, spots appeared en my hands.
head and face, eyes became much inflamed
and granulated, causing at length impaired
Internal and external remedies were pre
scribed by a leading physician for six months,
was then introduced te another, and a consul
tatien of several leading phvdcl.ins was had.
when u definite plan was decided upon, but ult
te no purpose.
After following advice ter fourmenthi with
out any permanent cuiv, I bought two bottles
of Cuticura Reselvent, two boxes of Cuticura,
and some sje.U'.und can testify with great pleas
ure te the etlcct they have had in my case, in
eight days being nearly cured.
The physician pronounced mv case the
most aggravated one that has everceme under
their experience and practice.
I recommend and highly indorse the Cuti
cura Remedies. Yours trulv.
"F. II. DRAKR.
Agent for llnrper t Tire's J'nMicfttien.r.
Clikkoue St. ani Woodward Ave.,
Detroit, Mich., Jan. 21, IS?.).
On Face. Head and Parts of ISedy. Ilea
Covered With Scabs and Seres.
Messrs, Weeks & Pettkr. I commenced tn
ue your Cuticura hist July. Have only used
one large and one small box. and one bottle of
the Rusei.vet. My taco and head and some
parts of my body were nmiM raw. My lieud
was covered with sw.bs and seies.and my suf
fering was fearful.
I had tried everything I had heard of in the
Kast and West. My case was considered a very
bad one. Une very skillful nhvsieinn said he
would rather net treat it, ami some of them
think new I am only cured temporarily. 1 think
not,terl have net a particle of Salt Rheum about,
me, ami my case is considered wonderful. My
case has been the nicausettcllitigiigrc.it manv
of your Cuticura Remedies in this part of the
cauntry. Rcspectfullv veurs,
MRS.S. R. WllIPPI.i:.
Decatur, Mich., Xev. 17, IS7f.
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Druggists, a1) Washington street. Res Res
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Cuticura, small boxes, f cents ; large boxes,
containing two and one-half times theiiautity
et small, 1. Reselvent, fl per bottle. Cuticun.
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three cakes 73 cents.
Ne ether remedy in the
world can se quickly :is-
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