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LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 24,1880.
a tnliscfiucnt meeting of the church racfa
bcr. Brether Jehnsen's motion prevailed nnd
. with the benediction the meeting "as ad
journed until next Taesdayevcniujj.
SUE 1TOKST WE'VE HAD TOK YEARS'
OVii RKf.Vl.AU CORRESPONDENCE
I.ecs from $10,000 te IS5O.00O.
Iratii ami lebjcca Warehouse Curiietl
Iiis:tktruuH Deed if it Dastardly
Tb.3 alarm of fiie early this inemiiig, te
vrbich no doubt moatefour citizens turned
an indifferent ear as they nestled Bnngly in
bed, iras the signal for the relief of the fiie
department te avert or at least check the
most destructive work of the. incendiary
which has been visited upon our city for
many yearn. The dwellers in and visitors
te the northwestern part of Lancaster are
familiar with the fine large brick waie waie
heusc located at the southwest corner of
the Pennsylvania railroad and West Lemen
street, eii.the site of what was formed v
Gorrecht's coal yard. This building, used
as a storing piV.ce, and for trade in grain,
tobacco, &c, and owned by II. B. Grefl",
was entirely destroyed by fire, together
with its contents. The lire was discovered
about ha!f-past four o'clock by Benjamin
i rest, who is employed by Lohe & V iley.
coal dealers. He first saw it in the first fleer
of the western paitef the building, which
was occupied by Lederman &"Uie., tobacco
dealeis. The iiie spread rapidly, and in
the space of three or four hours all the
weed-work of the building was burned.
The eastern end of the warehouse was
occupied by II. 1!. Greff & Ce., tTTc firm
censistim; of II. B. Greff and Wm. West
heflfer. They arc dealers in grain, Heur,
feed, iV.c, and at the time of the fire they
had a large stock en hand which is entire
ly destroyed. The stock in their waicheuse
consisted of about 12 car-leads of corn,
eats antldiffeienl kinds of feed, 100 barrels
of Heur, a car-lead of potatoes and a car
load of apples. In this part of the build
ing there were ntanding a car-lead of flour
in ban els and a car-lead of lumber for
tobacco cases, both of which were de
stroyed. The flour belonged te Jcsse
Ranch. It was leaded en the car vester-
day and was te have been shipped te Phil
adelphia. The lumber which was en the
car belonged te Jehn C. Ticmeyer & Ce.,
and it arrived yesterday. Three 'large grain
elev.iteis we:e also destroyed.
The middle of the building was occu
pied by Jehn C. Tiemeyer & Ce., tobacco
dealeis, of t-t. Leuis, who arc rcpicscntcd
heie by C. II. White. They had about
250 cases of tobacco, beside a let of
presses, tobacco boxes, etc. They were
Lederman & Bie., also tobacco packer?,
occupied the western end of the building.
They had no-tobacco en hand but lest all
their pi esses and a let of cases.
The warehouse was 130x44 feet and was
three .stories high. The eastern hair or
the building was eiectcd year bcrore last
ami the western half last 'car the whole
costing between $15,000 and $20,000.
Mr. Greff had the building and ma
chinery insured as fellows, in companies
represented by Bailsman & Burns: Wil
liamsburgh City insurance company, $3,000
en warehouse building ; North British in
surance company, $4,.00 en warehouse
and -machinciy; North American com
pany (II. S. Gara agent), 82,000 en build
ing. ( The stock was owned by II. B. Grolf&
Ce., and it was insured as fellows, in com
panies repiesL-nted by Bausman & Burns :
Londen Assurance company, $2,000 ; Brit
ish America assurance company, $3,000.
Bausm,m& Burns had Jehn C. TicracVL:
fir A: O.u inaiivil nc fi-dlrhtt'c AfaiwOiii.t-Ti
insurance company, of Newark, $3,500 ;
Londen assurance corporation, $3,000 ;
Williamsburgh City insurance company,
$1,500 ; French assurance corporation,
$1,500 ; Trans-Atlantic company. $2,000 ;
Commercial Union company, $3,500.
Tt is net known whetlnr Lederman vt
Bre. had any insurance, but their less will
be small even if they had net. Mr. Ranch's
car-lead of flour and Ticmeyer & Ce.'s
tobacco case hunter were net insured. Mr.
Grefi" is unable at present te estimate
his less, but the insurance en the building
will net cover it. The less of II. B. Greff
A: Ce. will be mere than the insurance,
Bausman &, Burns had the leasing of tfic
two warehouses. But a short time age
Tiemeyer & Ce. lenewed their lease for
the coining year, and the warehouse occu
pied by Lederman & Ce. was leased, te
Jehn Moere, of Philadelphia, for the year
It is net known hew the lire originated,
but it is believed te have been the work of
an incendiary, as no fire is used in the part
of the building where it was first seen.
Notwithstanding the very cold weather
the firemen responded promptly te the
alarm and several engines were seen en
hand. The men worked very hard and
many of them were covered with ice,
caused by the water which was thrown
upon them. At 10 o'clock this morning
the fire was stil burning and the firemen
kept at work during the wholeof the fore
noon. During the progress of the lire, the lum
ber in the yard of Cehe & AViley and the
frame houses in the neighborhood were
kept from burning by the firemen, who
kept streams playing upon them. Several
hoi fees iu a stable near the burning build
ing were taken te a safer place.
All day te-day people have been visiting
the burnt building ; the high walls arc aU
that is left. v
The Water Supply.
The firemen experienced a great deal of
trouble iu getting water. Several plugs
they say were frozen and they were com
pelled te thaw them cut with het water.
It was almost a half hour before they could
be thawed, but after that tjie water was
abundant. The pipes were full of water
' at that point and the frozen plugs were
the only cause of the delay. Had the fire
men been able te obtain water earlier they
would have been able te de mere effective
service, and possibly te save much of the
Water Supt. Kitch savs that no plugs
in the city have been frozen and that all
the difficulty experienced in getting water
was due te the large number of engines in
sendee and the small calibre of the water
Origin of the lire.
It was reported this morning that the
fire originated from a steve which was iu
one of the cais in the warehouse. This
seems te be improbable, however, as there
were only two cars in the warehouse and
neither had fire in. Beth these cars were
in the eastern end of the warehouse while
the fire was discovered at the extreme
One of tle burned cars waB the pro
perty of Mr. Kanck and the ether be bo be
lenged te the Pennsylvania railroad company.
C. h KaTifFnsan is in -Philadelphia to
day. Skating is geed and free from danger at
the outlet. t.
Several, springs in Yerk county arc te te
pertcd -frozen ever. Remarkable.
Sam. Campbell, liveryman, had a suffei
iug mule shot yesterday te end its mis
ery. Sam. C. Swartz has finished his new ice
house and is ready for the crop.
Mr. F. A. Bennett is again able te be
out and was at his store this morning.
Several parties will spend to-raeriow
in gunning a peculiar way of giving
Miss Hariiet Watsen, of Lancaster, is
visiting the Misses Bpice.
A large donation surprise party of mem
bers of the Church of Ged, of this place,
called, last evening, upon Rev. J. H. Es
terlicc, the new pastor of the church, at
his lesidence ou Sixth street between Lo
cust and Walnut, and made him the recip
ient of many handsemeand.valuable gifts.
The evening was very pleasantly spent aud
while it progressed the congregation aud
pastor came te an excellent understanding.
The untimely freeze bring things te tee
sudden a stand-still at the R. & C, coal
The steamboat " Wrightsville " again
forced its way through the ice this morn
ing by dint of hard work, however.
The PhiladelphiauB who attended the
funeral of Miss Ellen Housten wcre sent
te Dillervillc en a special .train yesterday
afternoon and there made connection with
the Johnstown express cast for Philadel
phia. II. II. Houateu, who had left the
Colonel Scott party at Chicago, was of the
The two military organizations will give
street parades te-morrow. The Columbia
Rillcs, headed by the Citizens' band, will
parade at 8:30 a. m., and Company H at If.
The latter organization has net yet se
cured its music. Captain Case has just
received from the adjutant geuer.il atllur
risburg, fifty-five new overcoats for com
pany II, aud they will be worn iu the par
ade They are of light blue kersey, lined
with dark blue Hairnets, cut very long and
double-breasted. The capes arc lined with
the same material as the coat, aud are se
cured in position by a bingle row of but
tens. The overcoats are very pretty and
no doubt serviceable
Thanksgiving Day will be observed gen
erally as a legal holiday. The public
schools and banks will be closed and the
postefllco open only at holiday hours.
Market is held at three o'clock this after
noon. The stores, or the greater portion
of them, will be closed. The day's
services of the Engish Protestant
churches, except the Episcopal, will te
union aud will be held in the Metho
dist Episcopal church at 10:30 o'clock
a. m. An appropriate sermon will be
preached by Rev. C. S. Gerhard, of the
Reformed church. Services will be held
in St. Paul's Episcopal church at 10:30
o'clock aud will be of an impressive na
ture The church is being elaborately dec
orated aud the decorations, of which sev
eral species of fruit form a portion, will be
distributed te the peer wheu taken down.
The German churches, Protestant and
Catholic, the English Catholic and A. M.
E. churches will held services of their
AN IMMENSE STOCK NOW OPENING AT GIVLER, BOWERS & HURST'S,
Ne.. 25 EAST KING STREET.
LADIES By takiDg a glance through our immense stock you will see many handsome goods, suitable and useful for Heli"
;y Gifts. What mere elegant gift can be given or mere appreciated than an elegant .
DRESS SHAWL OR CLOAK.
We havehundieds of ether articles all equally useful that will make an elcgaut gift. Our assortment of F.tncy Goods can
not be surpassed either iu quantity, quality or price.
We will be adding daily te our stock many handseme novelties. New is the time te be looking for Holiday Goods, as it is
only about four weeks until Christmas. We weuhlask everybody te call and leek through our stock, whether wishing te pur
chase at the time or net.
WEDNESDAY KVEM.NOV.-24, I860.
Washington, D. C, Nev. 2-1. Fer the
31iddle Atlantic States, lower barometer,
higher temperature, with northerly veer
ing te easterly winds, increasing cleudi
ness and snow.
pi: iei ierx iei
sis' ?' ini' rat?
THTTT Xn-D TDTTT-riVDC! C TTTTUCIT!
UTJ V .U-OjXV, JDJ VV XUX!0 06 HUHD1,
25 East King Street, Lancaster, Pa.
".VViM"' Tuniyht. 5llss Annie Pixiey is
alwuys surcet a warm welcome from lier many
admirers In this city, ami an ever-flowing
house te night, when she appears in her great
character of Jl'lU s, would net he surprising te
people who knew her talents and attractions.
The piny is one that never tails te please, nnd
Miss I'lxley's support cempilscs McUoneuh
A Fulterd's excellent company, with Mr, Mc Mc Mc
Doueuh in his famous rele of Yvba Hill.
"Z)r. Civile." Sidney Resenfcld's cornet- et
til's name: is a composition sparkling with the
most delicious humor, u peeple who witness
ed its production here lat winter will readlly
bear witness. The tun pure and wholesome
and always " catches " an audience. There is
no unpleasant theme mixed up iu its unfold
ins, but the mirth is as devoid of the flr.-t sus
picion of bitter flavoring as it is continuous
and convulsing. Mr. J no. F. Ward's imper
sonation of the character e( Jllijgins Is a study,
and no one who has ever witnessed his oddi
ties or listened te his st:aii(;' misapplication
et medical p'irases In his own peculiar and In
iiiiitiiblc tone of voice Is likely te quickly ter tor
get it. The company announce n Thanksgiving
matinee ler te-morrow afternoon with low
prices for chil'livi!, and appear again in the
uvcnlnu, Th" H-.-'ter ought te have a crowded
The Mcir vei iii(cl-X one nhelias
ever heard i .-. marvelous music of this cele
brated organization can fergetthe ieclings of
exquisite delight occasioned by their pcrlorm pcrlerm
nnce. Xe mere thorough company et must
clanc has vi'ited Lancaster in mauy years.
The instruments handled by them comprise
the violin, clarinet, llute, viole and violon vielon violen
ceilo, and ti'.cirniu-ie U alike high in quality
and perfect In execution. They are accom
panied byMKs Mniiu Xclllni, who i3 spoken of
as a gifted vecalM.
" Uncle Tem's Cabin." Uial and Draper's
"Uncle Tem's Cabin," with the trained bleed- j
hounds, is the alt tactien underlined at the j
opera house for Saturday night when matinee ;
and evening perieimanecs will be given. j
Majer Tet. The little mini continued te held ;
WE INVITE the attention of the public te the following schedule
of prices of goods that will be found in our stock :
Ladies' Breast Pius ...
Ear Kings (Geld whes) -
Geld Finger Rings ...
Silver Plated Spoons (per J dez.)
Stem Winding Watches (wariantcd)
Diamond Rings -
Sleeve Buttens -Watch
Silver-plated Casters -
" Pickle Jars -
" Cake Baskets
Charms and Lockets ...
Opera Glasses ....
All goods will be recommended and warranted acceidiug te quality.
H. Z. RELOADS & BRO., Jewelers,
Ne. 4 West King Street.
25 cts and upward:
75 " "
50 cts. '
75 cts '
J. B.- MARTIN &
We will open for the llelidaj the
Largest Line of FAJfCY AXD'USEFUL AUTICLfS
the fort in Centre squ'ire, where thismldgct of
humanity is niade the object ei eager curl-.
iisiiy unu v.umici en mc p.ui ui an nuwve
The lime lias been when diseases et the Kid
neys were considered serious affections, but
fortunately all fear et any fatal results lieni
these treubles are new dispelled by the cer
tainty with which Dat'b KiittET Tad always
AVE WILL SHOW AX ELEGANT LINE OF
RUGS, MATS, CRUMB CLOTHS
CHINA, GLASS, MAJOLICA ANII GRANITE WAKE.
Telesrapltl wt of the Afternoon.
The premier of the Cape colony says the
resources of the colony are equal te the
requirements for suppressing the rebellion
and that-the colonial government has no
intention of calling for troops.
A cat was found alive iu the cage pit at
the scene of the recent mine disaster iu
Neva Scotia, which causes the belief that
there cannot be much after-damp there.
Charles Stcelinan and William Casper-
son, of Bridgeport, and Mr. Rogers, of
Camdeu. N. J., were drowned by the cap
sixing of the sleep Matnoes in Chesapeake
The New Yerk police have been notified
te leek out for Huge Reush, a missing in
ventor of New Orlcaus, who it is feaied
has been murdered.
The trial of Agent 3Ioacham,ef the Ute
commission, Has been postponed until
April 22. He and Berry will te-day be
admitted te bail and will join their col
leagues in the completion of the business
of the commission. .
The Hudsen river is closed by ice from
Albany te Hudsen, and navigation
may be considered at an end for the season
unless au unexpected thaw sets in.
Dervish Pasha has entered Dulcigue,
after a slight engagement with ilie Alban
Twe vessels have been lest iu a gale eiF
the coast of Labiader.
Mrs. Es telle Anna Lewis authoress of
" Sappho " and ether poems, under tLe
nom dc plume of "Stella, "died suddenly
last night of heart disease at Ne. 8 Bed
ford place, Londen.
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.4 Xew Yerk Central
Illinois Central H4'i
Cleveland Pitt H$
Chicago & Kecfc I '
Pittsburgh ft Ft. W. 1-a
American V. TeL Ce
Pennsylvania It. U.... fi?.
PhlTa. Beading..... l';
Lehigh Navigation... CC:4
Northern Pacitic Cem
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Phil'a Eric 11. It.
Central Trans. Ce..
The members of the Conestesa Circle Ne.
110 are respectfully requested te meet at their
hall en THURSDAY JIOKXIXU at g'.Jo'eleck-,
te attend the funeral et Brether ,. Celin.
Lancaster Circle Is respectfully invited te par
ticipate. Cap, funeral batlzn ami white gloves,
ltd .XOUN SACHS, C. W.
IaU'OUTKD tSEKMAM CANAKIES IX
fu'.l sons. Small Geld Fish 1 & 2 inches in
length, the right size te live in glebes and
aquariums: Alse Bras Cugcs, Seeds, young
Mocking I'.lrds in song, and ttesh let of JIocU JIecU
ing Ulrd Feed. Twe voting Uray Parrots nt
lt; liU North Qtiecu Street.
SELECT DANCING ACADEMY.
MB. AND MKS. SHANK, Toachera.
Fer Ctrletly l'rlvute Instruction.
CiiiLnaux Saturday. I.rs-ieiis, ferSteps,Ac..
2 Xe 3 p. m. Matinee. 3 te ." p. ill.
Ladies' Class. Saturday .fternoen, 12 tti
p. in. Ladles and llcutleiui'it from S te 10 p. in.
Will chunue te Wednesday eve ilnu if pupil
wish. 5-lVnii.-., &.C. at Sir. Wntiilvaid'- Mi:-de
70 K SAUK.
Here and There and Evcryirlierc.
Sunday hours from 9 te 10 a. in. and 0
te 7 p. 111. at the postefficc tomorrow ;
and no local papers.
The Lancaster County Peace society will
held its next meeting at Pcnn Hill Friends'
meeting-house en Seventh-day the 27th
i'nst. at 10 a. m.
The horse of Sam'l L. Hartmau fright
ened at the cars as he was riding up North
ljuccn street te-day. His rider was
thrown, but net hurt.
A Penny Saved Is Twepence Earned.
A little SOSCODONT, used right along every
day, ceMb but little trouble and is pleasant al
ways. It saves years or suffering from din
eased gums and teeth iu later days. Its use is
economical of time and comfort. Use SOZO
It i impossible ler a woman after a ftdthtul
j einiM! of treatment with T.ydia E. Pinkhain'e
Vegetable Compound te continue te suffer
with a weakness et the uterus Enclose a
Tea Set, Oat Meal Sets Dinner SeU, Ice Cieaui Sets,
Fivneh China Cetlcu and Tea Cups
NOVELTIES IN MAJOLICA WAKE.
Ulcerated Granite nnd Porcelain Toilet Sets, Fine Lamps, &e.
3-Vc respectiuily solicit a call.
Faiiey lioeds efidl kinds.
J. B. MARTIN & CO.,
Cemer West King and Prince Streets Lancaster, Pa.
1 ne mayor nau ten customers tins morn- stamp te Mr. Lydla E. Pinkham, -JS3 Western
iiifr, nevcii of whom were discharged, aud mi'iiur. Lvnn. M:i... r.- namnhlcts.
..... ..- - .r '. ---- - ,
three committed te jail for 5. 15 and 20
There is line skating en the Concstega
creek, and a great many girls and boys
are enjoying themselves te-day. There is
fun iu prospect for Thanksgiving. . ;;
The Washington correspondent of the
Philadelphia Star thinks the suggestion of
HeiT Smith for speaker of the Heuse a
joke. " He is a faithful member and an
honest man but he has net about him the
liist element of fitness for the sneaker's
chair. He is just atrille old, and is what
a woman would call pokey."
A Yerk paper has heard that the bleeds
from Lancaster who had a disagreement
at a ball have arranged te settle it by a
prize light, te take place in Lancaster or
Yerk county this week. Ope is backed
by a business man and the ether by a pro
David K. Beilcr of Lcaceck. failed te
get te Alderman McConemy's iu time this
morning for the hearing of Charles and
Frank Smith, charged with stealing his
butter en market and the Luis were let go.
Wheu Beilcr cot there he was much nut
out about it, as he claimed te have a sure
case against the Smiths. He had some
angry words witK the alderman and then
went te Alderman Barr's, where there is an
open complaint against the accused, and
where they will no doubt be arraiged for a
1 he break iu the water main in West
Orange street, near Charlette, proved te
be a very diflicult one te repair and the
workmen did net get the job finished un
til 10 o'clock last night." The water main
was broken off directly under the track of
the street railway and a great deal of ex
cavation was necessary before it could be
In the Dark.
When iu the dark her hand I prened, what
rupture I endured.
But when the candle entered, all was cured.
Fer he face was covered with blotches and
pimples. I made her a present of a bottle et
Sprinir Blessem, and new she's cured. Wed
ding nest week no card-, enlv testimonials.
Prices : Me., trial bottle.-. 10c. Fer ale by II. B.
Cochran, drugi.-t. 137 and l.'Rl North Queen
street. J,aneaster,l'a. 4
New Xerk Alurket.
New Yerk. November 21. Fleur Stale and
Western quiet, without decided change : Mi
perllne, state3J04 SO: extra de at tJTO
.'; choice, de 5S(?5 CO: fancy de at
$." 53i0 ; roundheopUiiio J."30." 50: ehoice'de
at $5 GOQ'ii CO ; siiperllnc wentern ..t !)0 j;) I .7.1;
common te geed extra de ft 90725 ti" choice
de 5 353G 75 ; choice white wheat de l."
Q5 50; Southern iuiut, unchanged; common
te fair extra (5 -i5g3 70 ; geed te choice de 5 75
Wheat about J-'c lower and moderately ac
tive : Ne. 1 Wllite, cash,12t: December,
$1 241 24T ; de Jan., $1 27 ; Ne. 2 Red Dee.,
$1 27('l 27k; ; de Jan., $1 2yl 30J.i ; de Feb.,
$1 3Hfl :.;
Cera without decided change : Mixed
wesiem spot, 583G17(Jc: de future, GlJ.qfi:;-.
Oats a shade easier ; Stat 4.'fi52c ; western
iifiel". ; Ne. 2 Dec, 14;c ; de Jan., USc.
GKAND VOCA1. AND! INSTItUAIKNTAL
CONCERT at Christ Erangelieal Luther
an church.West King strcct,THANKSGlVIXG
EVENING, at 1 o'clock. ltd
TOBACCO BUYERS' BOOKS
TOBACCO BUYERS' BOOKS
TOBACCO BUYERS' BOOKS
A THANKSGIVING UIJSPKL, SEHVIC'E
will be held in the public school building,
corner of Lemen and Lime streets, te morrow
I evening, commencing at 7J4 o'clock. Every
I body welcome te attend.
B ESIt VIE HI A N THANKSGIVING
Malarial Fever, constipation, torpidity of
the liver and kidneys, general debility, nerv
ousness and neuralgic ailments yield readily
te this great disease eoiujucrer. Hep Bitters.
It repairs the ravages et disease by convert
ing the feed into llch bleed, and it gives new
Hie and vigor te the aged nnd in II nil always.
See "Proverbs" in ether column.
"Re-lel-de Riddle! Hflw well I loci !'' Chirped
au elderly bachelor t'ether morning. "That
Themas' Eclectric Oil seems te have cured my
lumbago completely. I feel as it I were young
again and belice 111 ask the widow te have
me." He diil r-e, was accepted and is new the
happy parent et aline lev. Fer sale by H. B.
Cochran, druggist. Ne. l.'STaml IS!) North Queen
sircei. j-nncusicr. 111. .1
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AT SHORT NOTICE PRICES REASONABLE
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AT SHORT NOTICE TRICES REASONABLE
RKVIVAI. SERVICES ON TUANKSGIV
ing Eve, in thsSacend Evangelical church,
North Mulberry street, at 7:3) p. m. Rev. J. A.
ST. STEPHEN'S 1EEFORHKD CHURCH
Thankfglving service in the ehapcl or
Franklin nnd Marshall college, te-morrow at
10:3i)a. m. Sermon by Rev. Themas G. Apple,
Hun Ocr by a Hese Carriage.
This morning while David Hardy, a
member of the Humane fire company, was
running te the fire,having held of the rope
of the Humane hose carriage, he slipped
aud fell, and the carragc passed ever him.
Instinctively he threw his arms above his
head when he fell, and thus in some meas
ure saved his- head aud face ever wliich
the wheels of the carriage passed, causing
the bleed te tun from Hardy's cars and
nosh ils. His injuries consist of a severe
scalp wound, a lacerated ear, a badly
bruised arm aud a sprained wrist. Dr.
Boyd rendered him the neccBsary suricil
aid. His injuries are net considered dangerous.
Court of Common Plean.
The case of Heise aud Kuulfinan, sci.fn.
sur mechanics lieu, was compromised yes
teiday afternoon aud a verdict was taken
in favor of the plaintiffs for $77.67.
Juries were empaneled in the cases
of Henry C. Hauser vs. David G. Swartz
aud Jacob Markley vs. Menree J.Burkhol J.Burkhel
dcr, David Kcath, Reilly Simpler and Jehn
Leng. Witnesses being absent in Phila
delphia who were subpoenaed in both cases,
they were continued, after the juries were
sworn, until Friday morning at 9 o'clock
As these were the only cases ready for
trial the juries net empaneled in them
were discharged for the week. The ethers
will be in court en Friday morning te
te which time court adjourned.
.Mether: .llfttlierru: -Wutliers::!
Ale you distni bed at night anil broken el
your rc-.t by a sick child sul!ering and crying
with the CAcrueLitiug pain et cutting tcethT
It se. se at once andgelabottleefMRS. WINS-LOVT'SSG-OrlllXG
SYRUP. It will lelievethe
peer little f-ullerer immediately depend upon
it ; then: U m mistake about it. T here is net a
mother en earth who has overused it, who will
net tell you at once that it will regulate the
bnwelK, and give re.st te the melhur, and relict
and health te the child, operating like magic.
It is perfectly Kite te i.e iu all cases, and pleas
ant ie the taste, sunt is the prescription et one
et Use eldcit and bi-.-tfeni'tle physicians and
nur?es in the Unlfed States, bold everywhere
2S cent:, u betl!'.-. li 17-lvd&wM.V&S
Jno. Bacen. Lapertc. Ind., writes: "Hurrah
ler Spring Biossein " it'- all you cracked it up
te be. My Dyspepsia has all vanished, why
don't you udvertisc it, what allowance will
you make it I take a dozen bottles, se that 1
could oblige my friends occasionally. Prices:
50c, trial bottles 10c. Fer sale by if. B. Coch
ran, druggist, 137 and 13") North Queen street.
Lancaster, ra. ;
HEADQUARTERS FOB PUKE CONFEC
TIONS FOR THE HOLIDAYS AT
JOSEPH R. ROYER'S,
50 AND .-.2 WEST KING ST.
I can new offer te the trade aud public a
large stock et Pure Confections et every
description, at the very lowest market rates.
FRUITS, NUTS, &c. and a LARGE STOCK
OF TOTS of the NEWEST DESIGNS. Large
and small Cakes baked daily. Ice Cream at
WEDDINGS AND PARTIES SERVED AT
MAIL OKDERS promptly attended te at the
same rate as if the person ordering were
present in person. Call and sev my stock.
SKcmember the place
30 AND 32 WEST KING STREET.
::13-3ind JOS. R. ROYER.
grcgatiens will held union services in St.
Paul's church te-morrow morning at 10::;n.
Sermon by Rev. .1. A. Peters.
1'uiLADKLFUlA, Nev. 24. Fleur Unit witli
fair trade ; su peril no. Ti ;04 00: extra
$1 004 75; Ohie anil Indiana family $5 50
G 37; Penn'a Umily 37gi 00 : St. Louts
family JC OOtft; 75 : Minnesota family ." z;nr, 00:
Str.iighf. ?U 25JJ6 75: Winter patent $7007 75:
Spring de $7 238 37.
Rye flour at j 30537.
Wheat market unsettled ; Ne. 2 Wcatern
R"d124; Penn'a. Rett $1 211 2U ; Amber
Cern firm with light supply ; sleiuner at 57c ;
yellow, at 5S3Kc; mixe.i. atSSc.
Oats Hull but steady : Ne. 1 White 4ikj :
Ne. 2 de 45c: Ne. 3 de He; Ne. 2 Mixed 42c.
Rye llrni nt 93c.
Previsions iu steadv demand ; mess perk,
old, $14 50; new, 13 7.'i14 00; beet hams 9i" 50:
Indian m,'ss beet at 5Cc ; Bacen 3iueked
shoulders 5,JGc ; salt de .':e : smoked
hams aj10xc; pickled nam:, SgeJic for old
Lard hrm ; city kettle IHg'.-jc : loose
butchers' tc; prime steam $9 le.
Butter llrm ; Creamery extra nt SSQZte ;
de geed te choice 30g'32c; It. C. and N. . ex
tra 27030c; Western reserve extra 22f24c:
dogeotlto choice I'tfzSOc: Rolls linn : choice
scarce: Penn'a Fstra 2023c ; Western Reserve
Eggs scarce and firm: Penn'a Extra 31c ;
Western Extra 31c.
Cheese Hrm iiud in fair deinaiul, but piircs
unchanged ; New Yerk lull creum at I3jc;
Western full cream nt 1213c: de fuir'te
ceed at llfSlie; de half ski'ms and Pcnn'n.
Petroleum dull ; rctinetl at 10c.
Whisky at$l 13.
Seeds Geed te prime clever steady ill 7 0
fti7 7.": Tinietliy uuiuinul ; Flaxsec quiet nt
beautiful rc'.ideni'i' at nuhiic -a!". On
I'illTlrll V VIIVI.'Mltl'l!-''! !! ,,-il! i, .r.l
at public Mile it the Leepard hotel, East King
, street, iu ihecity et Lancaster, the tallewing
valuable property, te wit :
A let et ground situated en the north side
of East Orange street, in the city if Lancaster
Pa., containing in trout en said' street 51 leet
mere or less, und extending nerthwardly 215
feet te Marien stivet: bounded en tin: north
by Marien street, aforesaid, en llii-Mvatlt iiy
sititl East Orangi strtet,en tl:ee:tst by a tuiblfc
alley, ami en the west ly ground of is. F. Cot.
en which a double tu-e-4t.)-y BUICIv DWELL
ING IIOUM: (Gothic -tyle). Ne. 7IP. with i:.tck
Building and et her iiupevei:ients,ariereeteil.
This is rcTilly a ilesimlile preierty. Tiei Iieiimi
is nrur.y new, well built, et geed material, ha.s
all the modern Improvements, ami Ihe Iol-.i-tlen
is one of the p!i.':iKaute.-t in the snlnii-b- of
Geed lit It and posses-ion en April 1. 1SSI
Ten percent, of purchase, money en day of
pule. $1,51)0 en April 1. ISSl, balance can remain,
en the property en lirst mortgage ut six per
Sale te comineiice at 7 o'clock p.m., et Mtiil
day. when attendance wilt be given aud terms
initie known hv
"IIORERT L. AllMsTRONG.
H. Siicr.RT. Auct. nevI.'-Klltl
7"ANTEfl. EVERYBODY' TO ADVEK-
use, irett or cuargf, in li:e iktulliiikn
who wants seinethini: loi'e.
WANTED A SITUATION fOlt. SKN
cral housework or dining loom. ISest
city reference for dining room. Apply 'it Ne.
220 East Martin alley. Ittl
pUlTON OPERA HOUSE.
ONE NIGHT ONLY.
WEDNESDAY, SOVfiMBEK 21, 1880.
J. E. McDOXOUGH ami ROBERT FULFORD.
Managers ami Proprietor.'.
J the First M
at 10'i a. m.
unite. Preaching by Rev. S. H. C. Smith, pus
ter of First church. T
E. church.Nerth Duke sticet.
St. Paul's ami First church will
JC A two-story Dwelling Heuse iu East
Orange street, next deer te fct. Paul's Reform,
oil Church. II. G. LONG,
JL A two-sterv BRICK HOUSE, with two
story Brick Back Building attached, situate ut
Ne. 520 East Orange street, with gas in every
room, and just newly papered. Will be sold at
private sale en cheap and easy terms.
Apply te JOHN HIEMENZ,
nevli-tfd Xe. 23 North Queen street.
The Uniformed Rank Knights of Pythias
who will have a street parade te-morrow
will meet at their armory promptly at U
o'clock, and proceed ever the following
route, the line will move promptly at 2
o'clock : "West King street, te Centre
square, te Seuth Queen, te Church, te
Duke, te East King, te Ann, and counter
march te Lime, te Orange, te Duke, te
Lemen, te North Queen, te Chestnut, te
Mary, te West King, te armory, and dismiss.
Yesterday Dr. Jereme Kelly, of George
town. Bart township, 'took his wife te
Zach Alexander's, near Strasburg, te as
sist at the butchering, premising te call
for her at 3 p.m.
He did net come, and she went home
te find that he had packed up his medical
instalments and best clothes and had left.
He had resided iu Georgetown several
jeais, aud his wife was the late "widow
Hchney.'" She was 30 and he about CO.
Fer baby ami whlldicn what mere Gollcate
and whole-euie than Cutlcnra Senn,
Speer'u Pert Grape Wine.
This article of American WIum is highly
esteemed by the bent physicians iu this coun
try. The following is u testimonial we saw
from the New Yerk Hospital. We publinh it
for the Information et our readers:
New Yerk, Nev. 14.
I am using Spccr's Pert Grape Wine and find
it te be an excellent tonic and gentle stimu
lant, and us such 1 believe it preferable te the
commercial Pert, and idl etiier wince, as it pos
sesses their tonic properties without the dele
terious effect caused by their impurities. It is
nlse very palatable, and this is a recommenda
tion te many, especially females.
S. S. Harris, M. D., N. Y.. Hospital.
This is an excellent article ler family use,
and for females, and is endorsed by Drs. Atlee
nnd Davis, antl for sale by II. E. Slaymaki-r.
Kamm. Nev. 23, 180. le this city. Jehn
Kamui, in the 5Gth year et his age,
The relatives and friends of the family arc
respectfully invited te attend the funeral from
Ills late residence. Ne. TStXerth Prince street,
ou Friday altcrnoen at 2 o'clock.
8tev. In this city, en the 21th inst.. Barbara
Stoy, in the 79th year of her age.
Her relatives and friends arc respectfully in
vited te attend the funeral from the residence
of her daughter, Mrs. Barbara Deitrich, Ne.
352 West Orange street, Friday afternoon at 3
Gekn In this city, Nev. 21, 1680, Andrew
Gehn, aged 70 years, 1 month, 20 days.
His relatives and friends, nlse Conestoga
Circle, Ne. 110. B. U. (II. F.) Pa., are respect
iuily invited le r.ttend the funeral from his
late residence, Ne. C30 High street, en Thurs Thurs
eny morning at 8:43 o'clock, te proceed te Col
umbia, wher services will be held In the
Lutheran church. Interment at Mount Bethel I
PUBLIC SALE OF VALUABLE CITY
PROPERTY". Will be sold at the Frank
lin Heuse. North Queen street, en WEDNES
DAY', NOVEMBER 24, 1SS0, the fallowing prop prep
erty: Ne. 1. That elegant Green Stene Frent
DWELLING HOUSE, two-steiy, with Man
sard Reef, both back and front buildings, sit
uated en the northeast corner of Duke antl
James streets, Ne. SOL This property has all
the modern improvements, both in style antl
finish, containing vestibule, ball and 13 rooms
bath room, water closet, wash stand antl
heater in the cellur, range in the kitchen, het
and cold water up and down stairs. Let 32
feet, mere or less, lrenting en Duke street
and In depth along James street, 129 feet, mere
Ne. 2. A Twosterv Brick DWELLING
HOUSE, situ ited en the west elite of North
iuccn street, eetwecn tvamui ami
PUK1.IC SALE OF VALUABLE CITY
PROPERTY.-On MONDAY, NOVEM
BER 29, 1880, at Cooper's Hetel, a desirable res
idence. Ne. 517 Wc3t Orange street, :t let 10 leet
irent ami no leet tleep, le a 10 loot allev. en
which is erected a two-story BRICK DWELL
ING HOUSE, with a two-story Brick Back
Building attached, containing eight rooms
antl plastered garret, a Frame Summer
Kitchen ; gas in the whole house : also a Frame
Slinn nt. font ftf lnt lAva- livflnitit tr. hnti.A
and vaitl. iroed 4k of water anil cheit-u fruit I
ami irranes. I Apple Butter
bale te commence at 7 o'clock p.m. of said
day, when terms will be made known bv
JACOB C. KAPPLEK.
H. SliruKirr, Auct. n20.24,29
LANCASTER UOUSEtlOLU MARKET.
Butter fl ft
Cup cheese, 2 cups
Cottage cheese. 2 pieei s ,
Dutch cheese $1 lumn
Apples ?! X Pk
Cherries, dried, 5 it
Currants, dried, 1 0.
Dried Apples $1 ijt
" Peaches fl tit
Fex Grapes $7 tit
Grapes 7 IS
Lemens 3f) tlez
Oranges ?l tlez
Persimmons t1 'l1
fleets ?! bunch,
MISS ANNIE PIXLEY,
The Charming Sengstress ami Actrcs.', who
hasjust cloeotl a most brilliant engagement at
the Bosten Theatre, crowding the vast audi
torium v very night. 22,00 1 persons iu 11 per
formances, and new crowning the Walnut
Street Theatre. Philathlphla. with delighted
audiences te witness her rendition of
CHILD OF THB SIERRAS
In which bhe will introduce her varied i.clec i.clec i.clec
tiouset Songs, Dai.ccsand Medley ..
She will be Mippei ted by .1. E. MiDeuiu.(h.
In his famous roll of YUBA :;iiL,u!id a com
pany ut absolute met it.
Fer sale at Opera IIeuu Otllee.
.t.f, r0 ? CI.
... 7' Cts.
Carrots f) bunch.
Celery 1 bunch...
Lima beans 11 ut..
Lettuce, head and
Onions 7 pk...
1'1 llUllkll ..
(Sweet) '$ I
Radishes ? bunch....
soup IJeans ?? qt
MUSI IV iM UUIICII..
streets, Ne. 334, containing 22 feet, mere or
icss.en .erin imecn street, ami in tiepiu west
wartl 215 lect te Market street, containing hall
and 9 rooms, het and cold water, bath room
and water closet range and heaters in parlor
nnd dining rooms, hydrant in the yard nnd
kitchen, -ush house, smoke hoiibe and brick
stable en rear of let, cistern and n variety e
trnit trees in the yard. The best of druiuage
connected with the city sewer.
Ne. 3. A Twe-story Brick DWELLING
HOUSE with a Twe-story Brick Back Build
ing, hltuated en the cast side et North Queen
street, between Clay and New streets. Ne. 711,
containing ball and 7 rooms, hydrant in the
yard and kitchen. Let fronts 17 feet en
North Queen street, mere or less, extending
eastward 130,' mere or less, te a 10 feet wide
alley, grape vines and Iruit trees in the let,
antl fine shade trees in front.
Ne. 4. Adjoining Ne. 3 en the north ; house
the same description as Ne. 2.
Ne. 5. A three-story .BRICK DWELLING
HOUSE, with two-story Brick Back Building
situated en the north side et East James
street, between Duke and Lime streets. Ne.
121, containing hall antl eight rooms, hydrant
in the yard und kitchen, lrents en James
street 17 feet, mere or less, and in depth 01
leet, meic or less.
Ne. 6. A two-story BRICK DWELLING
HOUSE, with Mansard Reet and two-story
Brick Back Building, and one-story Brick
Kitchen, containing hall and nine rooms,
range, with het and cold water up and down
stairs, with bath and water closets; also gas
all through the house, with portico In front,
bay window in the rear. This property is fin
ished in the latest style. Let 19 feet front, and
In depth 120 feet, mere or less, te a 12 feet wide
Ne. 7. The same as Ne. 0, containing the
These properties ran be seen by calling ou
the undersigned or en the premises.
Sale te commence at 7 o'clock p. m.. of said
day, when conditions of sale will be made
known by JOHN A. BORING,
nXJOlY SHTBERT, AllCt.
will be sold at public sale en the nremiscs.
.L,enien .ao.wjuseuiuimeeii street, Lancaster city, th
On SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 27. Ib80.
following described renl estate ami nerscimil
property, lute of Jane Ewlng, deceased, te
A one-story BRICK DWELLING HOUSE
nnd let or piece of ground thereunto belong
ing, situated Ne. 3C0, en the west side et Seuth
Queen street, Lancaster city. The house is in
exevllcnt order and the location desirable for
a private resilience or business. There is also
a back building and summer house. The let
fronts en Seuth Queen treet Z2 leet and 2Ji
inches, und is 120 feet deep.
This property will positively be sold. Pos
session given immediately. Purchase money
payable April 1, 1851, provided that purchaser
give approved security.
Sale te commence atl o'clock p. in.
MARTIN B, EWING,
HETTIE ANN SAYLOR,
Heirs et Jane Ewing. deceased.
Hknry SnuBBirr, Auct. nS-cedts
rt'HE UNDERSIGNED BEGS LEAVE TO
J inform the public that he luw taken pos
session of tha Blacksmith Shep. en West vine
street, formerly occupied by James McElli-
Sett. where he is prepared te de all kinds of
orscSheeingand ether blacksmithing. Herso
Shoeing a xpecialty. Give me a trial.
n23-2td B. S. BRENEMAN.
pi O TO RINGWALT'S FuB
M0N0NGAHELA PURE RYE.
Xlse OAKDALE PURE RYE WHISKY, 93
'ent. Alcohol, and the invigorating Tonic I
iijultl, mm tnc
Best Sugars, Coffees, Teas, &c,
AU at Ne. 203 WEST KING STREET.
Tomatoes l pk
Turnips T i peck
Chickens ? pair (live)
" " (cleaned).....
Ducks 1 pair ....:
Geese Is" piece
Turkeys "0 piece (live)
ft Hi (cieancii). ........
X Iltltl !
.ggs f uez
Heney ft ft
Aeap f? Iu. ............. ...........
Sinter kraut 1 'it
Rabbits ft pair
Cleverseetl $1 bus.
Hay ! ten
Cern fl bus
Oats ?! bus
Rye $ bus
Timethy Seeed W
Bass f) ft
Cat lb h ft ft
Eels ft ft
White Fish ft ft...
Blne " " ...
Halibut $1 ft
.. a .....H
Thankssrivinjf Afternoon and Even
insj, Nevember 25.
;iiiiid Ladies' ami Children's M.itinct
ThaiiKsivingatleruoeii. Deers open at 1 p.
m. Performance cmuinc ncrs at 2 p. in.
MATINEE Pi.lCEs-C.hi.dicn :J.-5c. Adults
SOr. Gallcrv S."f.
EVENING PRICED, ::.1, 3!l .V 7.ji-.
Power's Paragon Comedy Company.
Reproduction of that very tunny Coined' .
With the same Mmin, JOHN !'. WARD.ult'-r
a run et 2t'0 niglits in New Yerk. Supeib Co, Ce,
t umes and A) peiiitnicn:-.
W. II. POWER Ua.xr.ut.
Reserved Seals mi .i.iii . t FiRn Opera
Heuse Office. ii-M ltd
.r ham., Mis:i! ::i;v ijlii.di.m;,
Beef Steak, f) ft 1020c
" Reat (rib) f) ft lil'Ic
" " (chuck) ft ft 1012e
" Corned, ft ft 1013c
" Dried, ft ft 252:
Bologna dried -. 23c
Ham ft ft.. ... .........13lSc
Lamb ft ft ..122Cc
Lard ft ft... . ...... .....Orjlec
Mutten ft ft 10lUc
Mince Meat ft ft 12c
i eric ft ft....... . ...ilOc
Chestnuts ft qt '.....'. 12c
Shelbarks ft qt loc
Nkw Yerk Stocks.
Stocks strong and higher.
a. x. A. 31. a. m. r. si. r. Ml
10:20 10-.50 11:30 1:10 3:t0
Meney.... .... .... 34 .... ....
EricR. R 45 4MJ 46Ji 4CJi ....
Slichigan S. A L. S....120i 121J4 122k 1224
Michigan Cent. R. ll.H3) 1M 115 111 ....
Chicago & N. W. 11CJ 117 1204 121 ....
jiucage, m x si. i-...jiujfc iw vityif vu-Vx
uan. s st. J. com i-fti vzx, sya
riii.... viii. vat 'iy.
.,... ,., i.' .,5" ...-.7 ...,y
loicue Ok uuusii.... ti; -?, )
Ohie & Mississippi. .. :? ;5
St. Leuis, I. H. AS. It.. .'l Sl r?l.
v.ry. svs, ;.,
Ontario and Western.
C. C. & I. C. R. R..
New Jersey Central.. 7U
Del. ft Hudsen CannJ- ss
Centre S'iuare, ceiumeucii.g
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1330.
Will be en r.xhibitieu ltra fuw day.-. :!ilj
TI19 Marvelous Widget of Mankind,
aged l." j cars, weight only W. pounds, will
held levees daily fiein 2 te .' and'7 te ! p. 111.
N. R. Come te tin: ji'.ice of exhibition and
bcesoinuet hie clothes and lite fl.(.e)iiiiu!utui:
"PULTON OPERA HOUSE.
FRIIUV EVEX!.y, NOV. '2, 1SS0.
This Renowned Club, vhe: record of mere
than Thirty Yems of Successive Triumiihs Is
known te levers of iiinsictiirougheiittliehind
IjIDOI: i-CHNITZLER. Violin; ERNST
THIELE. Violin; THOMAS RYAN, Clari
nett unil Viela; WILLIAM SC1IADE. Fliitu
and Viela; FREDERICK GIEiE, Violoncello;'
Assisted by the distinguished vocalist,
MISS MARIE NfiLLINf.
ADMISSION 3.,'.":e ii 75 Cts.
RESERVED SEATS 75 Cts.
Fer sale at Opera Heuso office. u2;-:;t 1
TJUI.TON OPERA HOUSE.
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 27.
MATINEE AT 2 P. M.
RIAL fc DRAPER'S
Genuine Bleed Hounds,
Trick Donkey (Jerry),
And Jubilee Singers.
25 AND 35 CENTS.
Ner extra charge for Reserved Seats sacsivd
at Opera Heuse Rex Ofllce.
ADLLTS.. .. ...... ....-... .. 5 Cts.
CHILDREN : 15 Cts.
JOSEFJI CHEXET. AaEjrr.