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The Grand Ledxe et Odd Fellow' Meeting,
la tbc session of the gi-aud ledge, in
Philadelphia, yesterday, it was reported by
tbc Giaud Master tbat tbe total member
ship of tbe order at tbe last session was
80,118 ; initiated during tbe ycai-,.4,319 ;
admitted by card, 505 ; reinstated, 792 a
total of 83,738. Frem this is te be deduct
ed tbe following : Members deceased,
802 ; withdrawn by card, 084 ; suspended,
7,774 ; expelled, 70 leaving tbe pres
ent membership at 70,309. During tbc
year tbe number of brothers relieved was
10,011 ; widowed families relieved, .04;
paid for lelief of members, 204,430.70 ;
for lelief of widowed families, 01,244.19 ;
for the education of orphans, 0e3.78 ; for
burving the dead 600,525.12. Totalameunt
paid for lelief, $343,853.79. Present num.
her of working ledges, 905 ; total amount
of assets reported by the working ledges,
The representative te the Sovereign Ledge
icpertcd that there we at present 50 grand
ledges and 7,007 subordinate ledges in the
elder, an increase of 92 ledges ; there
were 39 grand encampments, with 1,842
Mibeidiuute encampments, a decrease of
VA ; the number of ledge members in
itiated during tbe year numbered 34,831,
an increase of 974 ever the previous year,
making the total ledge membership 440,
783, a decrease of 1,580 in the membership.
-The membership in the encampment
i cached 79.511, a decieasc of 2,897. Dur
ing the year there had been expended for
Fer the vcar ending December 31, 1879,
the statistics shewejd the follewing:
jjrand ledges, 50 ; subordinate ledges,
7,007, an increase of 92 ; grand encamp
ment, 3'.); subordinate encampment, 1,842,
a decrease of 21. Ledirc members iuiti-
atcd. 31.831. an increase
lodire mcmbeiri. 410.783. a decrease
I.5S0; uiieampment members, 79,511. a
decrease of 2,397. The amount expended
for relief was 1.714,105.02, a decrease of
about 25,000. The revenue of the ledges
was ever .? 1,000,000. In the various for
eign countries where the order is estab
lished it is in a geed condition.
Sale et Itc;il Fslatc.
Ilemy Shuberl, auctioneer, sold at
public sale last evening at the Leepard
hotel a two :-.tery frame dwelling belong
ing te Mr:-. Haiiman, situated en the south
west cei ner of 1 leaver and Hazel streets,
Me 002, te Andrew Shank, for $1,250.
.las. Cellins, auctioneer, has sold a farm
iie!on;iugte the estate of Lewis Haines te
;. W. Campbell of Ciiestcr county. It
feiitains 137 aevs. situate near the iron
bridge in Little lJritain township. The
nricu was 50 per acre.
Tlie line farm of Jacob liusheng (!e
(tased). containing 150 aeres, has been
Mjld te .Mr. llheads of Millersville, for S8
per acre, it is e:ic of the finest farms in
ihe lower end and is situated in lMen
!-iiisiii en the valley rflad.
Installation 1 a Paster.
Yestetday the presbytery of Westmin
ster met in the Presbyterian church at
Paradise, this county, for the purpose of
iiistalliiigthc pastor-elect, llcv. David Gay Gay
leid. Ucv. "VV.L. Lcdwith, moderator, pre
sided, jncauied the sermon and proposed
the constitutional questions te the pastor paster
elcel and the congregation. Rev. Dr.
Mitchell, of this city, delivered the charge
I it the pastor, and I lev. Dr. Stewart, of
()lcrain, the charge te the people. The
benediction was pronounced by the new
pastor, Mr. Gaylerd, who enters upon his
new licld of labor with abundant premise
of success. He comes from Kent county.
Deiawaic, where during an eight years'
ministry he built up two prosperous con
; regal ions.
In Dcstitiie cirpiiinstaaccx.
Mrs. IVtcrman. residing at :W1 Concord
alley, is in destitute circumstances and in
deep distrex. A. few months age she lest
her husband and since then has lest three
children by death fine three months ae
one last 1 hursday, and one is new lymj
dead. The family have nothing te cat ex
cept that which is centaibulcd by r.cijrh r.cijrh
bers, and many of them fear te visit the
house as the children arc said te have died
if diphtheria. Contributions will reach
Mrs. I'etcrman if they be left at Brimmer's,
livery office, North Queen street, or at
f'eiinly Treasurer Greffs store above the.
Keystone house, or they may be handed
te Constable Flick or Officer Titus.
Anether Empire Serenade.
Last evening J. Hareld Wickersham. a
member of the Empire hook and ladder
iMinpanv. who was recently married, was
s denuded by his fellow firemen. About
forty ineinb!rs of the company gathered
at the truck home at 9 o'clock. They
marched te Mr. Wickcrsham's residence
en North Duke .street, above James, where
C!cmmci:ss baud, which was with them,
played a number of lively pieces. The
company hauled their truek with them,
it was trimmed with Hags and lighted
Chinese lanterns. After the serenade 3Ir.
Wickersham took the boys te Jehn A.
Snyder's saloon, and gave them a fine sct;
out in the basement. All enjoyed them
Presbyterian Memerial Mission Chapel.
On te-morrow evening at 7$ o'clock the
Kev. James C. Hume, who has been in
charge of the Presbyterian memorial mis
sion chapel of this city since last spring,
will be ordained an evangelist of the Pres
byterian church. The services will be very
interest iiiir. Kev. Jehn McCej-, of Colum
bia, will 'preach the sermon ; Dr. C. W.
Stewart, of Union, will deliver the charge
te Mr. Hume, and Dr. Mitchell, of the
parent church of this city, the charge te
The ordination will be held in the
chapel en Seuth. Queen street and the
public are invited te attend.
Last evening about 3 o'clock, as one of
Houghten's two horse conches was stand
ing en Chestnut street in front of the rail
road depot, the horses took fright at an ap
proaching train, and ran te the opposite
side of the street, where one of them fell en
t lie pavement of tiie Cadwcll house, and
almost into the cellar through an open
deer. The horses were secured before
they had an opportunity of doing much
Leiteis addressed as fellows are held at
tbc Lancaster postefiicc for pestage:
"Shaw ant Ce. Augusta, Main."
"Mr. Henry Shcnebergcr, Oregon, Lan
caster Ce., Pa.'
A letter addressed te " Miss Ida Bchn,
care of Samuel Bchn, Dauphin County,
Pa.," is held for better direction.
Around the World.
Mrs. Belie Chandler, of New Yerk, who
accompanied her husband in a veyage
around the world in search of health, will,
at this cycuing's service of the Duke street
M. E. church, speak from a Christian
standpoint of her observations in heathen
countries Mrs. Chandler is an attractive
speaker and her "observations" are full
of interest and instruction.
Last evening Select Councilman Adam
It. Barr of the Third ward entertained his
fellow-ceuncilmcn with a very fine set-out
at Geerge H. Miller's restaurant. All-the
members of the select council were present
except Mr. Ebcrly, who was out of tewu.
The occasion was a very pleasant one, re
flecting credit en the liberality of 3Ir. Barr
and the skill of Mr. Miller as a caterer.
Fair te be Held.
The Humane fire company will held a
fair in the new hese beuse
l.ln.nMwItAPK 1.rfc,f.A tlAflfimfr hflH.
We" a -
l.L'IS ISF.UCLAB COIlESFONDKNCK
ROur enterprising citizen, Frederick
liucher, will build, next spring, six brick
houses en the vacant let en the southwest
corner of Sixth and "Walnut streets. Mr.
Bucher is probably the owner of mere
properties than auy man in town. He has
already about thirty houses with real es
tate in all parts of town.
The crossing en Locust street opposite
Shuler's hall is being lowered.
W. B. Giveu, esq., appeared before tbe
beard of pardons yesterday and argued
the case of the Columbia fishermen, con
victed under an act of Assembly of fishing
within one-quarter of a mile of the Colum
bia dam. What result the argument will
have is net yet determined.
James Dully, chairman of the state fish
commission, urges the pardon of the con
victed Columbia iishcrmcu.
Had we had the enterprise of a contem
porary we might have said yesterday that
Geerge M. Allisen and Ella S. Gable were
united in marriage at the residence of the
bride, by Rev. J. McCoy, of the Presby
terian church ; but as our letter te the In
TEi.i.iGiiNCKit had te leave here at one
o'clock, and the ceremony did net take
place until three o'clock, we preferred te
wait until te day, believing that the local
would " keep." The parties were mar
ried. We extend our congratulations and
knew that tbe path of the newly wedded
pair through life will be smooth.
Prof. T. J. McGuirc, of Lancaster, gave
his first lessen last evening, te one of his
classes in dancing recently formed. There
were twenty-one couples present. The
oilier class, formed a few days age, will
be uiven its first lessen iu the armory en
Thursday evening. Last night's class met
in Shuler's hall. .
Rev. C. S. Gerhard, pastor of the Re
formed church, handed the reporters the
following this morning :
The Workers' society of the Ilclermed
church will held an entertainment ami
church sociable en te-morrow (Thursday,)
evening, in the lecture room of the church.
There will be music and literary exercises ;
also refreshments. A geed time is antici
pated. Mr. Vernen Ellis gave his class iu book
keeping their first instructions last even
ing. Flerida went .Democratic '. An oyster
supper, eaten last evening by a party of
men, was the result.
Alexander E. MeManus, a Columbian
and a Pennsylvania railroad freight brake
man, was thrown from a ear at Philadel
phia yesterday, and severely cut above the
right eye, the cut extending almost te the
temple. McManus was brought home
after his injuries had been dressed. The
mishap was purely accidental.
Union line freight east ever the I'cmisyl- :
vania railroad was very heavy yesterday,
there being about a dozen trains, most el
which were leaded with live stock. Per
ishable produce was also heavy.
S. C. Swartz has get about half of his
new ice house under reef. The work was
The river is slowly falling.
Most of our I?.ak Walten disciples have
concluded te let the bass alone until next
It is thought the new market ordinance
will be adopted at the next meeting of
councils. The merchants arc getting tired
of the present style of doing things, and
'cttinsi tired el being petitioned,
. - .
se between all these undesirable happen
,-!., 1 i
inp; there may be something done.
Ducks are net as plentiful as they were
a few weeks age.
It is reported that a valuable driving
horse belonging te Edwin Themas, of the
Shawnee furnace, died this morning. Mr.
Themas has recovered from his recent ill
ness. Jeseph W. Miller, assignee of Jacob
Stamaii and wife, sold the 19 acre farm
and residence in Washington borough
yesterday te Mary E. Staman for 7,000 :
the lumber yard and mill property was
' I withdrawn ; three lets te Mary E. Ktainau
ler .-sol 1 ; let e. Me te Heet. v.. W citz
for 8'-20j ; let Ne. 14G te Mary E. ataman
for 105 ; let Ne. 117 te Jehn A. Brush for
$121 ; house and let en Water street te B.
Frank Schulzt for 6500 ; let en Mill street
te Jehn S. Mann for 8275 ; let en Pcnn
street te Jehn A. Brush for $200.
Almest ;t Fire.
The extensive stabling connected with
the Keystone house, North Queen street,
narrowly escaped destruction by tire this
afternoon. The esticr in going into one
of tbe stal's discovered the straw in it te
be en tire and blazing up several feet in
hciiriit. Bv the speedy use of water and
by stamping down tbc burning straw, he
succeeded in putting out the lire before
anv dainasrc was done. Had the the
reached the hay and straw in tbe mews i
aoevo the staDic, wnicu it weuiti nave
done in Icm; than two minutes bad net the
estler discovered it, a disastrous conflagra
tion would probably have resulted. It is
net known positively hew the fire orig
inated, but it is believed some one either
thoughtlessly or intentionally thrcv into
the stable a lighted match or cigar.
Violating the Revenue.
Deputy United States Marshal Spiecher
this morning arrested in Wrightsville.
Yerk county, en a United States bench
warrant, Geerge Blessing and Frederick
Stein for violating the United States rev
enue the former in manufacturing and
selling and the latter in purchasing cigars
without hiivintr tnem properly
Stein entered bail for his appcaraucc be
fore Judge Butler in Philadelphia te-morrow.
Iu default of bail Blessing was locked
up and will be Liken te Philadelphia te
morrow by Capr. Sprccbcr.
The hixlb annual convention of the
Fourth district conference of the Ev.Luth
cran miuisteriuin of Pennsylvania has
been in session in Lebanon. Sunday school
topics were discussed and decided, and a
feature of the meeting was an earnest and
eloquent address by Kev. F. P. Mayscr, in
which he showed hew the true prosperity
of the nation springs from the obedience
of law, from love te Ged. ami fiem relig
Application for Parden Hel'used.
A dispatch te-day says that the pardon
beard has refused te recommend Mrs.
The person who leit a butler kettle contain
ing butter and cheese at the market stand of
II. JJ. Light this morning, can have the same
by cailingat Zecher & Kcndlg's store. 552 West
Don't hesitate, il your Kidneys trouble you.
for Day's Kipset Fad will surely cure.
ilr. and Airs. Shank, of Philadelphia, te-day
open their dancing academy in Itebcrts's hull,
Prince street, opposite the opera house. They
arc accomplished professors and teachers el
the tcrpsiehercan art, and as will be seen by
their card elsewhere published nave establish
ed classes for children, ler ladies, and ler
ladies and gentlemen, it being optional with
tbe pupil te select instruction in private or in
classes. They advertise the Introduction of a
number of new dances of prevailing popu
larity. S-Tuk cause ler the happiness et that man
across the way is that he went te WILLI AM
SOX & FOSTER, 3G East King street, Lancas
ter, the ether day, and purchased one of their
neltcveraible Overcoats, which they are sell
ing at prices ranging from $15 te $20. He gives
you geed advice when he tells yen te go and
sec them. nevlO-tfd
I Teachers, authors and ethers of sedentary
1 habits highly prize Malt Bitters.
LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER WEDNESDAY NOTEMBER 17, 1880
WE ARE NOW OFFERING MANY CHOICE THINGS IN
NEW STYLES OF DRESS GOODS.
Dress Plaids in all the New Colorings, Black Silks and Velvets, Colored Silks and Velvets, Black
Cashmeres, Meraie Cleths, Henrietta Cleths, all in Fnll Assortment.
LADIES' COATS AND DOLMANS
in Superior Styles and Qualities. Shawls, Skirts, Corsets, Kid Gloves, Slerine Underwear in Scarlet and White, for Ladies and
Children. White Blankets, Gray Blankets, Comforts, Quilts, &c. We invite examination of our immense stock in every department.
GIVLEE, BOWERS & HURST,
28 East King Street, Lancaster, Pa.
Fanny Davenport Te-night. The distin
guished actress, Miss Fanny Davenport, ap
pears at Tutten opera house tliis evening in
MHs Anna Dickinsen's new play " An Ameri
can Gill." During tlie greater portion of her
engagement at the Fifth Avenue theatre, Nevr
Yerk, this season. Miss Davenport played te
standing room only." anil the cemments et
this press arc uniformly commendatory. The
pepers and the people divide their ecstasy be
tween Miss Fanny's waidrele and her acting,
and nroneunce both superb.
" The Electric J.f ." Te-morrow and Fri
day evenings V. J. Thompson's variety com
pany, the "Electric Lights," appear at tnc
opera house. A recent notice of a performance
by this troupe, in the Uestnn llfrald. speaka
very highly et the daring and graceful gym
nastics of the Suydam brethers: T. M Hcng
lei's serenades, songs and dunces ; Miss Carrie
Lewis in character -vecalising : Karl and
Agustus Onlay, the wonderful Hungarian
Juggler, and ether features of the olio, which
is followed by an exciting three-act sensa
tional drama, entitled "Fer a Life."
lesp tir net. iv
Yeu can s.1'
!"ier man nor maid,
si mouth has suffered ill.
-tli arc halt decayed.
.cthcm.it you will.
XT be mi re
A little SO
IVill make .! ! limy, blight and pure.
White, r. ill and velvety hands fellow the use
el Cutietir.i Medicinal soap.
21 .Numbers or Serlbner's ler $5.
Tiie richly illustrated November number et
ScribiW "Monthly, the Decennial Issue, ap
pears in a new cover, and begins the twenty
first volume. The increasing popularity et
the magazine U strongly evidenced by recent
sale. A year age the monthly circulation was
about MyiOO copies; . during the past nine
month, it has averaged 115,000, while the lirst
edition of the November Issue is 125,000.
"The lirst Fart of the new famous serial by
Kugcne Schuyler, "The Life of Peter the
(ii-eat," was finished in October. Willi No
vember begins Far. II., "Peter the Great a
Uuler and Kcfernier," which will be an ad
vance, in pniuter popular interest and wealth
of illustration, upon the part already pub
lished. Te enable l eaders te secure Part I. the
publishers make the following. special offers te
new subscribers after October 20, who begin
with the November number.
(1.) New subscribers may obtain, for $.",
Scribncr's Monthly ler the coming year, and
IIMI 1111 I1-1IIIIU IIIIIH 11111IIII.-I.-.- I'lll U.LI 1 ... J V.-
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j Great," Mrs. Kuriiclt's " Louisiana," etc. In
' accepting thi.-s offer, twenty-one numbers w ill
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(2.) They may obtain the previous twelve
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olive green cloth (two volumes), containing
Part J. of Peter the Great, all of Cable's novel.
"The Oranilissimcs,'' with the numbers named
above, and a year's subscription, for $7.50.
(Kegular price, 10.ni).
AH booksellers or newadcalcrs will take sub
scriptions and supply the numbers and vol
umes mentioned in the above special offers,
without extra charge ter postage or express ;
or the publishers, Scribner & Ce., 745 Broad Bread
wav. New Yerk, may be addressed direct. The
regular price of Scribntr's is $t.P0 a year
cents a number.
i It ia impossible ler a woman after a faithiui
! course et treatment with Lydia E. Pinkham's
! Vegetable Compound te continue te suffer
) with a weakness el (he uterus Enclose u
'. stamp t' Mr. Lydia IC. Plnkhani, K Western
' avenue. Lyim, Macs., for pamphlets. ,
The remedy that will cure the many diseases
peculiar te women is Warner's SalcJvidney
auid Liver Cure. Mether's Magazine.
"Tf you have screlulu, don't fail te use " lr.
Lindsey's Bleed Searcher. Sold by all drug
gists. Mothers! "lethcrs;: r.?etlicr:!l
Are you disturbed at night and broken el
veur rest fly a sick child suffering and crying
'with the OAcrueiatin: pain et cutting teeth?
II se. go :d once and get a bottle of MRS. WIXS
LOW'SSH)TlTlX' SYKUF. It will relieve the
peer little sufferer uunieditttely depend upon
u : tlwre is no mi.-take about it. There is neta
mother en em th who has evenifed it, who will
net tell you at once that it will regulate the
I bowels, and pive i'!.st te the mother, and relief
1 and health te '.lie child, operating like magic.
i It is eerrei-tly rtite te i.-.e in all case, and pleas-
aut te tii" t:t-te, and :s the prescripiien el ene
j el tli" b!'.,s audi c-i R'inilc physicians and
nur-cs in the I'nited Miu-s. Sold everywhere
il c-nl? : S'-itt!-. filT-lvd&wM.W&S
J. F. Davis, et Portsmouth, Ohie, sold in one
year fourteen theusmd boxes el -Sellers
iilVCl 1 1I1S. J) iikiii.
evcr, no fever.
An exchange savs Ulysses S.Urant will never
be emperor, but will always stand high in the
hearts of his countrymen, occupying the posi
tion tbat Spring illossem holds, in curing sick
Headache, Biliousness, Indigestion, etc.
Prices: 5t)c , trial bottles 10c. Fer sale by II.
B. Cochran, druggist, 137 and 133 Xerth Queen
street, Lancaster, Fa.
Thc "scientinc combination of the purest
drugs renders Dr. Browning's medicines el
the llnest flavor, and are readily taken by old
or young. Children especially arc net easily
induced te take any kind of medicine, but Dr.
Browning'. C. & C. Cordial, for Coughs, Colds,
Whooping Cough, etc.. is se palatable that they
arc eager ler the time te come when they may
have mere. Sold by all druggists at 50 cents
per bottle. W. Champien Browning, M. D..
Proprietor, 1117 Arch Street, Philadelphia.
Malarial Fevers, constipation, torpidity of
the liver and kidneys, general debility, nerv
ousness and neuralgic ailments yield readily
te this great disease conqueror. Hep Bittcre.
It repairs the ravaged el disease by convert
ing the feed into rich bleed, and it gives ncV
lite and vigor te the aged and infirm always.
See "Proverbs'' in ether column.
Spear's Fert Grape Wine.
Tliis article of American Wine is highly
esteemed by the best physicians In this coun
try. The following is a testimonial we saw
lrem the Xcw Yerk Hospital. We publish it
for the information el our readers:
Xkw Yerk, Xev. H.
I mil using Specr's Pert tirape Wincand find
It te be an excellent tonic and gentle stimu
lant, and as such I believe it prctcrable te the
commercial Pert, and all ether wines, as it pos
sesses their tonic properties without the dele
terious cilcct caused by their impurities. It is
also very palatable, and this is a recommenda
tion te many, especially lcmales.
S. S. Uakius, M. D., X. Y. Hospital.
This is an excellent article ter family use,
and for females, and Is endorsed by Drs. Atlee
and Davis, and for sale by II. E. Slaymakcr.
A Modern I'ect.
What is modern poets fate, te write his
thoughts upon a slate,
The critic spits en what is done, fives it a
wipe and all is gene,
Like Rheumatism from our bodies fly,
'When Themas1 Eclectric Oil we try.
Fer sale by H. B. Cochran, druggist, 137 and
v3 North Quecu street, Lrncaster.Ta. 3j
We are receiving some very beautiful New Goods for our CHRIST
We have just opened the handsomest let or Bronze ami Marble Clocks
and Mantle Sets ever seen in this city. They arc fitted with Fine French
Movements, run two weeks, and strike hours and half-hours eti fine-toned
Cathedral Bells. The prices of these Clocks will be from fifteen dollars up
wards. We receive at the same time a large invoice of Lemaire's Opeia
Glasses and Field Glasses. These are in great variety of styles, including some
entirely new styles just out-
Our Christmas Stock will be the largest and fiuest ever brought te this
city, and we hope te Jbe able te fill any want for goods iu our line from the
Cheapest te the Finest.
H. Z. RHOADS & BRO., Jewelers,
1 Jly wire, Catharine Scheenberger, having
left my bed and beard without just cause, this
if te give notice that I will pay no debts con
tracted by her. JOHN SCHOEXBEROKR.
RANFAIK AND FESTIVAL AT THE
First Baptist Church. East Chestnut
Mtrcet. commencing THURSDAY, XOVE.M
BER IS. and open every night until the :27th
inst. Admission 10 cents. Season Tickets' 25
Tii kijKgaxtlixk of
NEW STYLE FRAMES,
NEW STYLE EASELS,
NEW PANEL PICTURES,
L M. FLYNN'S
BOOK AND STATIONERY STORE,
Ke. 4S WEST KING STKEET.
QKIjKCT DANCING ACADEMY.
ME. AND MBS. SHANK'S
ACADEMY, MR. ROBERTS' ROOMS,
Fer Strictly Private Instruction.
.Lessens, ler Step3, &c.
, 2 te 3 r. si.
.3 te 5 r. M.
Satu rday At tcrnoen
. . .12 te 2 r. M.
Ladies and Gentlemen from S te 10 p. m.
Music by Prof. Tayler and Orchestra.
Ti;UMS-5 Fer .'S Lessens.
Mr. Shank can be seen "t Voedtvard's Music
HIGHEST CASH MUCK WILL. BE
PAID FOR EXTRA NICE
i!rnctsmade te order
Rare chances in Carpets le reduce stock el
AT AND BELOW COST.
Call and satisfy yourself. Alse, Ingrain, Rag
and Chain Carpctsin almost endlessvnricty .at
H. S. SHTBK'S
203 WEST KINO STBEET,
WANTED .EVERYBODY TO ADVEK
tisc, free of charge, in the Imtbixigmc
wne wains aeiuuiinnu iuuw.
ANTED. A SITUATION I A DKY
Goods or Grocery store. Anpiyve
JOHN C. REECE,
Lampeter, Lancaster county. Fa.
WANTED A SITUATION BY A YOUNG
man te de any kind of work at which lie
can make hinibclf useful. Apply at 18 Col
HKAI1QUAUTERS FOB FUKE CONFEC
TIONS FOR TIIE HOLIDAYS AT
JOSEPH R. ROYER'S,
50 AXD 52 WEST KING ST.
1 can new offer te the trade and public a
large stock et Pure Confections of every
description, at the very lowest market rates.
FRUITS, NUTS, ftc. and a LARGE STOCK
OK TOYS of the FEWEST DESIGNS. Large
and small Cakes baked daily. Ice Cream nt
WEDDINGS AXD PARTIES SERVED AT
MAIL ORDERS promptly attended te at the
same rate as if the pprsen ordering were
present in person. Call and see my stock.
fla-Rcnicmber the place
59 AXD 52 WEST KING STREET.
lS3nid JOS. R. ROYER.
J7STATE Or MARY MULVANY, I,ATK OF
ll the city of Lancaster, deceased. The
undersigned auditor, appointed te distribute
the balance remaining in the hands el Jehn
A. Ceyle, esq., administrator, te and among
these fegaUy entitled te the same, will sit for
that purpose en WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER
17, 1880, at 10 o'clock a. va., in the library room
of the court house, in the city of Lancaster,
where all persons Interested in said distribu
tion may attend. W. D. WEAVER,
ESTATE OF JANE JSW1NG, 1.ATE OF
Lancaster city, deceased. Letters or ad
ministration en said estate havingbeen grant
ed te the nndersigned.'all persons indebted
thereto are requested te make Immediate pay
ment, and these having claims or demands
ngntnst the same, will present them vitneut
delay for settlement te the undersigned, re
siding in IncasteErLFa.ABETH ELMOTT
J. L. Steismbtz, Att'y. e28 Gtdeaw
INSTATE OFUENRYGUNDAKEB, LATE
2i of Lancaster city, deceased. Letters et ad
ministration en salcl estate having been grant
ed te the undersigned, all persons Indebted
thcrte arc requested te make immediate pay
ment, and these having claims or demands
against the same, will present them without
delay ter settlement te the undersigned, resid
ing In Lancaster city. .T.WW
SARAH E. GUNDAKER,
DR. GEO. R. WELCHAXS.
Wst. II. Wilsen, Administrators.
A. C. REIKOMfc, .
Ne. 4 West King Street.
Ne. 159 XORTH QUEEN STREET, near P. It.
R. Depot, Lancaster, Pa. Geld, Silver and
Nickel-cased Watches, Chains, Clocks, Ac.
Agent ler the celebrated Pantaseepic Specta
cles and Eye-Glasses. Repairing a specialty,
SPECIAL ORDERS FOR
Receive most careful attention.
DESIGNS AXD ESTIMATES SUBMITTED
B. F. BOWMAN,
106 EAST KING STREET,
Se. 20 East Kins Street, Lancaster, l'a.
We me m'.v taking special orders ter
902 Chestnut Street,
PnrchaBers who desire te pro
cure gems of unexceptienarte
quality and real value at lowest
importer's prices, will consult
their best interests by calling en
Special attention is directed te
the magnificent assortment im
ported for this season's sales.
eep!. IvdcedM, W&F
MIS CELLAXEO VS.
O TO BINGWALT'S FeK
MONONGAHELA PURE RYE.
en nAKDALE PURE RYE WHISKY. 10
rmt. Alcohol, and the InvigoratingTenic Hair
Best Sugars, Coffees, Teas, &c,
All at Xe. 205 WEST KING STREET.
MIRS. C. LILLEB,
Manufacturer and Dealer in Hair Werk, Ladies
and Gents' Wigs. Combings straightened and
made te order. Hair Jewelry of all kinds mndc
up. Alse. Kid Gloves and Feathers cleaned and
dyed, at Xes. 225 and 227 North Q,ucen street,
four doers above P. It. R. Depot. el-3md
HEN15Y A. KILET
Attorney and Counseller-at-Law
21 Park Rew. Xcw Yerk.
Collections made in all parts of the United
Slates, and a general legal business transacted
Rrr bv permission te Stc'nmnn A Hcnsce
WEDNESDAY EVEN'O, NOV. 17, 1880.
Washington, Xev. 17. Fer the Middle
Atlantic states, higher barometer, cooler
northerly winds, partly cloudy weather
and occasional light snow.
THE EMMA MINE.
Frespect of Extended Litigation.
Salt Lake City, Utah. Nev. 17. On
the ground that the present workings of
the Emma mine company in Little Cotton Cotton
eeod are, as alleged, outside of its pateut
lines and within the patent miuing claims
known as the Cincinnati group, application
was te-day made for an order of court
restraining them from centinuiug said
work. A hearing will be had en the appli
cation November 26. It is claimed that the
course of the ledge is nearly at
right angles with the ceurse of the Emma
patent, aud that the same point was raised
in the case of Terbert against "Wagstaft",
decided by the United States supreme
court in October, 1879. The court held
that where a patent cresses a vein ihe side
lines of the patent become its end line.
THE ASYLUM DISASTER.
Fatalities Flacetl Between Ten and Fifteen.
Chicago, Nev. 17. A dispatch from
St. Paul, Minn., says Congressman Strait,
president of the beard of trustees of the
St. Peter asylcm, telegraphed te the
Pioneer l'rcss at midnight, that the num
ber of the dead will net exceed ten.
Anether correspondent estimates the
number at from ten te fifteen. The in
mates arc being returned te their homes
and checked off. Ne names are given ; a
full list is premised te-day.
STATE AND FEDERAL.
Trial el a Deputy Marshal Transferred te
the V. S. Court.
"Wilminc.tex, Del., Ne 17. United
States Marshal McMiillin, bailee of Deputy
Marshal Wingatc, charged with incitiug te
riot en election day, was ordered te pre-
duce Wingate in the United States court
this afternoon. This virtually annuls the
action of the state courts aud transfers the
case te the United States courts.
UNITED .STATES SIXES.
All Offers te Sell te be Rejected.
Washington, Nev. 17. The secretary
of the treasury te-day instructed Assistant
United States Treasurer Hillheusc te re
ject all the offers te sell United States (5
per cent, bends due December 31, 1880,
te the sinking fund, as the prices asked
wen- tee high. Nearly 300,000 in bends
were elfcred. The secretary says he can
not pay in excess of S1.02J for these bends
Celd Weather in the Went.
New Yerk, Nev. 17. Very cold
weather is reported in the West. The
thermometer gives the subjoined indica
tions at the places named : Cheyenne, 1G
degrees below zero ; Denver, G degrees be
low ; North Platte, 3 degrees below ;
St. Leuis, 14 degrees above ; Chicago, 13
The City Completely Surrounded.
Londen, Nev. 17. A despatch from
Constantinople says Dervish Pasha tclc
graplis that the cordon around Dulcigue is
complete. Forty thousand Kcidfs have
been called out te be employed, partly in
the great provinces of Turkey, partly in
Albania and partly en the boundary of
Condition of the Czar's Yacht.
Londen, Nev. 17. A dispatch lrem
Madrid says the leakage in the Czar's
yacht Livadia is entirely confined te two
water-tight compartments, and docs net
affect the safety of the vessel. The
Livadia remains at Ferrel for the winter,
the deck, which is being constructed at
Scbastopel, net being ready.
Notable Nuptial in Harrisbarg.
IIakkisbukg, Nev. 17. The marriage
of Senater Cameren's daughter Elizabeth
teWm. II.Bradlcy, son of Justice Bradley,
of the United States supreme court, was
solemnized here te-day by Dr. Cattell, of
Lafayette college, Easten. Many distin
guished persons were present.
DLSCIl'LhS OF ST. CRISPIN.
Organization of a Heet and Shoemakers
Piuladelpaia, Nev. 17, At the con
vention of beet and shoe manufacturers
this morning, a constitution and by-laws
were reported declaring that the associa
tion shall be known as the Beet and Shoe
Manufacturers' Association of the United
States, and that its object shall be te pro
mote the interest of the general trade
THE MOKEY LETTER.
Tlia Uraml Jury Considering It.
New Yerk, Nev. 17. The grand jury
arc in session te-day considering the
Mercy letter case. S. Mercy, Daniel T.
Ames and Cel. Rockwell, all of whom
were witnesses in the preliminary exami
nation of Kcnward Philp, were in atten
dance and gave their testimony.
Miemontee from the Master" Resting Place.
New Yerk, Nev. 17. Mayer Cooper
te-day transmitted te the park com
missioners a tin box enclosing mulberry
cuttings from a tree ever the grave of
Shakspeare, at Stratford-on-Anen. The
cuttings were a gift te the mayor from
Charles Keadc, the novelist.
The American Huuiane Association.
Philadelphia, Nev. 17. The feuith
annual meeting of the American Humane
association was opened in thi3 city te-day.
It was called te order by the President,
Edwin L. Brown, of Chicago, who de
livered the opening address.
WITH ALL ON BOARD.
Anether Dreadtul Disaster at Sea Reported.
Londen, Nev. 17. A telegram from
Milferd states that a large unknown
steamer has been lest, with all hands, off
St. Gewen's head, southeast of Wales.
Destructive Floods la England"
Londen, Nev. 17. Floods arc causing
much damage in the counties of Derby
shire, Warwickshire, Nottinghamshire and
Worcestershire. The waters of the Thames
are rapidly rising.
Hancock's Plurality 41,3'!.
New Yerk, Nev. 17. The vote of the
city at the recent election according te the
official count declared by the canvasers to
day was as fellows : Fer president Han
cock 123,015, Garfield St.CSG, Weaver 610.
Twenty-six votes were east for the Pro Pre Pro
Anticipated Changes In Its Policy.
Londen, Nev. 17. A dispatch from
Heme says the Pepe lias signed the brief
appointing CardiualJacebiui pontifical sec
retary and that accordingly great changes
are expected in the policy of the Vatican. It
is expected the Pepe will shortly publicly
announce his approval of the views of the
Irish bishops, as stated iu the memorial ,
explaining their conduct in regard te the
agitation in Ireland.
New Yerk MarKct.
Nkw Yerk. Nev. 17. Fleur State and West
ern quiet, and generallv without decided
change : Superllne, at S )? I "." : extra de
4&5 00; choice, de. f5 KHft.VJO: fancy de
5 256; mundhoepOIiio $5103550: i-hnk-ftln
ntf5C05(5; .superllne western $,-:t0$l 35;
common te geed extra de ISUs?.1 ID; choice
de 15 l.lfJG 50 ; eholee white wheat de W "5
ft 1 03; Southern steady and quiet: common te
fair extra $5 10j5 05 ; geed te ctieice de $5 70
Wheat u shade stronger, moderate specula
tire business ; Ne. 1 White. Nev., $1 19; Ne. 2
ISed. November, $1 2'"-, 1 21" : 'le December.
$122J1 22.M : de.lauuiiry. SI 2l7gi 21J.
Cern a shadeeasler : Mtite-I western spot, 5V..
dftSJiei de future. S'SMUJvfe.
i lats about steady ; State 123500 : Western
I'HiL&UELruiA. November 17. Fleur steady
quiet, unchanged ; superllim :: oef?:;.1!: ex
tniflOOnl 50; Ohie and Indiana family &150$i
6 25; Fenn'a Limilv 2"n" 51 : St. Louts
lainilv t5 75(!.'i: Slliu'eseta f:tiiilly5i."75;
Sirdglu $; oefii; 50 : Winter patent fiirrijJJlRO;
Spring de $7 003S 25.
itye Heur unchanged at i 57.
Wheat firmly active and higher: Ne. 2 West
ern Red 1 1";; Fenn'a. Ked SI 11Q1 IS ; Amber
Si 1701 IU'- "
Cern firm ; vellew at 5:kc : mixed :S?i!ie.
Oats flrmer'fair trade: Ne. I. White S2s$l2& :
Ne. 2 de 4lti;.:
Xe. ;; ! ;bi;.j 10c ; e. -
Kye Arm at !Rc.
old. S15 m : beet
but steady; mi perk
hams .$11; -."MH' 50 ;
Indian m.ve beet at-41S.fil'JM ; bai-en smek
ed shoulders .'rQiH: ; salt de .Vc; smoked
hums lOftllc; pickled liuie- SSO.I.
Lanl linn ; city kettle ST:'.)e: !oe-. liutcl!
ers'SQsye; prime sleam '.,tJs1"-
llutter Choice llrm, ether grades sell
ing at concessions ; Creamery extra at :."2J7.Jc :
de geed te choice 'JUgSie; IS C. and N. . ex
tra 2ti2Uc : Western reserve extra 22i2li:;
de geed te choice ICQ Site: KelU choice llrm;
Fenn'a Fxtra 20!Sc; Western Ke-crve extra
Kggs llrm, li'ht effering: Fenn'a Lxtra 2Se
29c; WfSJOtn Extra 2j'&27c.
Cheese quiet but late makes steady; New
Yerk lull cream l.lJieiNc; Western full
cream 12htt$13u: de fair togeo.l at llfBI2c;de
Fetrelunm tluil : refined I2e.
Whisky scarce at $1 II.
Seeds Geed te prime clever at $700?.7 5O:
Timethy nothing doing; Flax.iee I dull t SI 33.
Lecal stocks anil ISemls.
LaucCity U per el. Lean, due 1nse...II'0 100.25
" " 1SS2... IIM 105
" !?S5... 100 111
' " iyje... ice iis.75
" " IHfi... 100 120
" 5 per ct. ill I or 30 ears.. ICO lift
Lane. aud (uarryv' 1.. IS. bend.... UKi 105 : ;
" " " stock 50 3.25
Lancaster and Ephrata turnpike... 25 47.'.'5
Lane, Eiizabetht'n and Middlet'n.. ion .11
Lancaster and Fruitville turnpike. 50 51
IjineasterandLltitz turnpike 25 5;
Lancaster and .Maner turnpike 50 VI
Lancaster and Manlieim turnpil:e. - 30.40
Lancaster and Marietta, turnpike.. 25 2
Lane, and New Helland turnpike.. Ice K5
Lane, and Strasburg turnpike 2a 20
Ume. andSiisquehanna turnpike.. r,!0 275.25
Lane, and Willow Street turnpike. 25 40.1..
Farmers' Nat. Hank et Ijuicaster... 50 100
First Nut. Hank of Lancaster loe I.V1
Lancaster County Nut. Hank 50 Hiil
Inquirer Frinting Ce 5 27
Laiic.tjin Light and Fuel Ce. steelr. 25
" bend:. Mil
Nkw Yebk .Stocks.
Stocks strong am; higher.
A. M. A. 5f. r. M. 1 M. 1 M
10:25 11:35 l-55, 2:15 3:t
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fUiieaue ft S. XV.. .
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Ontario and Western
1! 1!. ft I. C. IS. Il
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Del. ft Iliidnen Canal. S7'X
Del.. i.ack.& Western '.)7i
ltf..fl..f.i ir,ilri Tf! l.l
FacitlcMail S. S. Ce.
Kansas ft Texas
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New if irk Central
Illinois Cent ml
Cleveland A Fitts
Chicago ft Ueek 1
Pittsburgh ft Ft. W...
American 17. Tel. Ce.
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WEDSESDAT, NOVEXBEK 171ft-
Latestand greatest New Yerk success. lira,
matic lilt of the season. Xew Yerk Herald.
MIS. JOHN D. MI3IILEIS has the honor te
. w.irti-iif.il lieiiart for sir weeks at the
ifth Avenue Theatre. New ierk.
ACareruIly Selected Company ami .iifi
F1SICES, 30, 7.-.C t Si.
Diagram at Yeckcr's Oflicc. nI2-5t
ULTON Fi:itA IIUL'SK.
TWO NIGHTS ONLY.
NOVEMBER 18tb and 19th.
W. .1. THOMPSON'S Galaxy of Dramatic and
ELECTRIC LIU FITS.
A Colossal Aggregation of Attractions.
Sec bills for list of people.
ADMISSION, 25, 35 & fiO Cts.
ISESEISVED SEATS CO Cts
Diagram open November 15.
HU1.TON OPKBA HOUSE.
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1880.
MR. JOHN D. M1SHLEIS lias the honor t
presenting the distingniahcU artiste
in her great New Yerk Success, and through
out the country, t"Is season,
"Twe Mghts in Reme,"
by A. C. GUNTEB. It will be produced wi.Ii
every attention te detail by a very Streng
PJtICES: Gallery 33c., Admission SOe.,
Parquet 75c, IScscrvctl Scats Sl.OO. ut