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LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER MONDAY NOVEMBER 29,1880.
UUlt UKGl'LAU CORRESPONDENCE
TIic festival iu company H armory for
tlirt benefit, or tbe . E. Lutherau church,
was closed en Saturday evening after a run
of three nights, but was net as successful
as anticipated, tbc very inclement weather
prevailing doing much te cut down tbe at
tendance. The armory was very hand
somely but net extensively decorated and
everything in connection with the festival
was temptingly arranged. The church
people will clear, by their venture, no lats
than sevcuay-live dollars where double
that sum was anticipated and would prob
ably have been forthcoming with geed
Eleven beats iu the Susquehanna canal
leaded with coal and consigned te parties
in Baltimore, Havre de Grace, Delaware
city ami ether places, which have been ice
bound heie for about a week will be taken,
into the basin just this side of the locks,'
aud will be delivered te 1!. F. Bruuer, who
will unload them immediately. The beats
belong te the Pennsylvania canal company.
Itcv. J. W. Deshong, former pastor of
the Church of Ged of this place, who has
ecen elected te a church at Alteena, l'a.,
received a letter this morning from mcni
p lcrs of the Alteena church, -insuring him a
hearty welcome te his new charge with a
very fair salary. Mr. Deshong expects te
assume the helm of affairs about April 1,
Squire Evans returned en Saturday from
his visit te West Chester, Pa.
Yesterday was one of the most disagree
able days that Columbia has teen in a long
time. The pavements from morning uutil
night and even te this morning were cover
ed with a coat of sleet that made walking
hazardous and even dangerous, and as a
consequence many people walked iu the
middle of the .-.treet in preference te risking
life and limb by keeping te the side
walks. The congregations of the different
churches were slim. At the Presbyterian
church, when the evening services were
ever, a couple of ladies of the congrega
tion fell before making a dozen steps from
t he church doers, and it is said one of them
was severely injured. Ceal ashes, saw
dust, sand, etc., have been sprinkled en a
geed many el the pavements and the walk
ing is new much better than it has been,
although iu some places it is yet very bad.
The commanding officer of the Washing
ton light infantry corps is making ar
rangements for the stay of Company II.,
of this place, at Washington en inaugura
tion day. It is expected that fifty men
will go from here.
Wilsen Hublcy, a child, died .yesterday
of croup and. measles.
Engines Xes. 22;), 253 aud U09 aic iu the
shops at this place for repairs. Columbia
engine Xe. UI-1 has been in the shop at
The weather is moderating, the saew is
melting and sleighing is new below par.
The river along this shore is clear of
The sacrament of the Lord's Supper was
a liiiiiiistcrcd iu St. Paul's Episcopal
church yesterday morning first Sunday
Yesterday between Glen Lech and Oak
laud the Pennsylvania railroad company
made connections at live places with their
new tiaekis, preparations for which have
been making for some time past. Oue or
two connections arc yet te be made and
then the improvements which have been
going (n in the locality for a number of
mouths will be completed and the track
between the stations mentioned almost a
The Examiner reporter just told us that
he wrote a poem the ether day ( he often
does) which he had published. When
placed in the hands of the type-setters it
read- " She kissed me under the silent
stars," and when they were through ma
nipulating it, it read "She kicked me
under the cellar stairs."' We did net sec
ihucffusieii, but arc inclined te believe
the pi inters did a geed work in bungling
Mr. .1. J. Black, of Philadelphia, is in
Miss Lizzie Graver, of Denegal, is visit
ing Miss Flera Ilambe, the daughter of
the editor of the Cearant.
Rev. J. IL Estcrline, the new pastor of
the Church of Ged, is liked by his congre
TUBEJS YKAKS RECTORSHIP.
Doathel Jesse Pannabccker. Sr.
J esse Panuabcckcr, sr., died suddenly
iu Lititz en Saturday evening, aged Te.
He had been iu his usual geed health dur
ing the day and attended a prayer meet
ing held net far from his residence. On
returning home he started te get a drink
of water and suddenly fell te the lloer,
dying almost- instantly. Mr. Pauuabeckcr
was widely known and highly respected.
borne years age lie was prosperous mer
chant in Warwick and acquired a snug
fortune, but meeting with rcvciscs lest
the most of it. He was a local preacher
also, of the United Brethren faith, and for
merly took an active part in politics, being
an aspirant for county treasnrcr. lie
leaves a wife and several grown up child
ren. His funeral will take plate te mor
row, the interment te be at Pannabcckcr's
meeting house, Clay township.
As a singular incident it may mentioned
that Mr. Pannabcckcr's death occurred en
the anniversary of his birth, he being ex
actly 75 years old ; and as a remarkable co
incidence it be mentioned that his son Jes
se's wife's mother, Mrs. Feather of Leb
anon county, died at the same time.
Court or Common Picas.
The case of Jacob Mccklcy vs. Menree
J. Burkhelder, David Kcath, Rcilly Shcp
ler and Jehn Leng was argued en Satur
day afternoon. In the c-cning the jury
rendered a verdict in favor of the plaintiff,
and against Burkhelder only, for $25."
Tills WrcSs Court.
This morning the second week of com
mon pleas court began with Judge Living
Twenty-one of the thirty cases en the
list were fennd te be ready for trial, after
the list had been called.
The case of Canrad Gasscr vs. Jacob
Keller was settled.
In the case the Tyson miuiug company
vs. Rebert Hill and Geerge Crawford, a
question of title, a verdict was taken in
favor of the plaintiff for G cents damages
This morning the trial of the case of
Henry C. Hauscr vs. David G. Swartz
was continued before Judge Patterson in
thedewer court room.
Annie Kennedy, of Columbia, was
divorced from her husband Jeseph Ken
nedy, en the grounds of desertion.
Sale el Real Estate.
Henry Shubcrt, auctioneer and real es
tate agent, sold at public sale en last
Satucday en the premises for the estate
of Jane Ewing deceased, a one story brick
dwelling, situated en the west side of
Seuth Queen street Ne. 3G0 te Geerge
Fester for 81,371.
Ne Sleeping Accommodations.
The United States courts have net pro
vided sleeping accommodations for jury
men, and such as arc kept together at
night by reason of a disagreement have te
use the floors or chairs te sleep upon.
Large Ear of Cern.
A large car of yellow corn, jvhich was
raised by William Watsen, en the farm of
James Maxwell, in Dramore township,
has been left at our office. It is 13 V inches
long, and has 24 rows with 1,330 grains.
Went te Gettysburg.
Pref.Wm.B.Hall left this city this morn
ing for Gettysburg. He will conduct the
music of the Adams county institute this
Iter. Dr. Knight, of St. James.
Yesterday, first Sunday in Advent, was
the third anniversary of the rectership of
Rev. Dr. Knight at St. James church, thin
city, and his sermon in tbe morning was
appropriate te the event of which the occa
sion was the commemoration. The rector
recalled with satisfaction tbe alterations in
the church building, notably these which
relieved the deficiences pointed out in
these words : " When I came tbe deep
and awkward and inconvenient side gal
leries remained, interfering with light and
sound and free air, and almost wholly un
occupied. The vestry was in a ruinous
condition, with a rent through which one
could see the stars, stretching between iti
and the main body of the church. In tbe
western gallery steed an organ which had
seemingly far outlived its usefulness
(though thanks te the thoughtful gener
osity of a parishener and te the efforts of
our brethren at St. Johh's it has new re
newed its youth and does geed service at
that church), while the west front rose in
unredeemed aud irredeemable ugliness."
The expense of the alterations rendered
necessary by these deficiencies was referred
te and the hope expressed that the Eas
ter season would extinguish all remain
ing debt. The gifts of the parish for re
ligious purposes during the last three
years amount te a little mere than 824,000.
This includes a little less than one-third
the cost of the new organ.
Kenerring te the changes in the manner
of celebrating divine service Dr. Knigbt
said : " It is very desirable for many rea
sons that the congregation should join
heartily in siucinir the hymns and canti
cles, aud I think you will bear me witness
that three years age, singing, excepting in
the choir gallery, was a thing almost un
known here. There was almost no sing
ing, as there was little audible response en
the part of the people, aud I called your at
tention te this at once en coming here.
New experience has always proved that
te put the organ and leaders of
the singing before the people is a
great help in drawing them te take
their share iu this part of the wor
ship. And se it has been here. Ourhyraus
are new rendered for the most part both by
choir aud people heartily and with spirit.
The choir having their place in the chan
cel, it was seemly and fitting that they
should conic in and withdraw in an order
ly way, that is te say, in precession, and
that they should wear a uuiferra dies?,
thus covering up anything in their garb
which might draw the eye or distract the
thought of the worshipers. And as
there is a garb which has been worn from
the earliest ages by the leaders of devo
tion iu the Christian church (which
indeed had- before been worn for
many centuries through command of Ged
himself by the Levitcs in the Jewish
church), which has been worn from time
immemorial in all cathedral and collegiate
aud iu hundreds of parish churches in
England, aud introduced into a great num
ber of our churches iu this laud, we adopt
ed that dress. Te quicken the devotion of
the people and recall wandering thoughts,
a hymn is sung as clergy and choir enter
the church, and te bring the service te a
solemn close when they go out. In accord
ance with a very ancient aud almost uni
versal custom in all branches of the Cath
olic church, and in order that we may
express our unity by all, clergy and choir
ami people, standing in one way, we turn
te the East when we say the creed. I
tunic I have spoken new of all the points
in which our service differ from that of
ether parishes near us, and it will be seen
by any one who will take the trouble
te examine the matter, ever se slightly,
that our ways are simply the ancient,
orderly, edifying customs which
we have inherited from our mother
Church of England. As for their being
c-jpicd from the Church of Rome or indi
cating any tendencies in that direction, I
am sure the suggestion of such ignorance
or thoughtlessness is best met and an
swered by a geed-natured smile. If auy
of you, my people, shall join the Church
of Reme, which I de net at all fear, it will
net be in consequence of the ordering of
our service or for want of teaching from
The practice of surplicing the choir, Dr.
Knight said, is rapidly growing in favor.
He had also availed himself of the right,
affirmed by the general convcutien, of say
ing the three offices of Morning Prayer,
Litany and Hely Communion separately.
He was clad te knew that whatever
changes had been made under his rector recter
ship were made without alienating one sin
gle person, old or young, high or low, in
the parish ; aud se far as he can learn net
one person desires te go back te the former
usages. He regretted that se few availed
themselves of the high privileges offered
by the establishment of the weekly and
holy day celebration of the Eucharist;
Dr. Knight enjoined upon his parishion
ers that "every person here who really de
sires te honor Ged and te gain something
for his own soul would make it a rule net
te speak one word within these walls be
fore or after service." 'There will be time
enough te talk when you have get beyond
the deer. But you will net take it amiss
if I w.mi you even then te be careful hew
you speak of the service or the sermon.
Whatever defects there may be in cither.
try te forget them and te remember that
the clergy are the ministers of Jesus Christ
aud, whatever may be their faults or fail
ings, that they speak herein His name and
by His authority."
The rector acknowledged valuable aid
and assistance received in his labors from
Ecv. Mulhelland, master of Ycates insti
tute ; and from the vestry and church
committees. The establishment of free
sittings: the increase in the Sunday
schools and their libraries ; the prespact of
further Sunday school building; tbe geed
work of the parish guild ; the onward
cause of the orphanage and Bewman church
home, were ether subjects en which the
rector felicitated himself and his congrega
tion. Iu the way of statistics he noted that
" in the three years past I have baptized
1G1 infants and 43 adults, in all 204. Seventy-eight
persons have been confirmed.
There arc new at least 280 regular commu
nicants. I have buried sixty-one persons
here." The timely and excellent discourse
closed with a touching and eloquent
reference te the late Mrs. Jehn L. Atlee.
Following BI Brether in Seif-Detractien.
Mr. Gee. England committed suicide en
Saturday at his residence,nearGatchelviIle,
Yerk county, whither he removed a few
years age from Drumore township, this
county, near Fairfield. Mr. England's
sad death is a sorrow te his niatiy friends
and relatives en this side of the river,
where he has been well known and re
spected since his boyhood. He leaves a
wife and four small children, who were
visiting Fairfield at the time of bis death.
Mr. England's brother committed suicide
a few years age in Chester county.
Chas H. Barr, of this city, is tbe happy
possessor of a chin from the crrcat mono
lith known as Cleepatia's needle brought
from Egypt and new in course of erection
in Central park New Yerk, and also a
small fragment of white stone in the base
of tbe needle en which the Masonic em
blems were found. Mr. Barr obtained
these relics from one of the park guards
who received them from the stone-cutters
who arc preparing the monolith for crcc-tien.
HOMER, COLLADAY & Ce,
1412 and 1414 Chestnut St.
The general improvement in business tbe past year, with tbe prospect et a very large in
creased demand for all kinds of Dress Goods, induced all American buyers of Foreign Goods te
place immense orders. This was universally the case, se much se that, perhaps without exas
peration. 50 ner cent, mere goods were imported than the country could DessSblv consume. As
a consequence, there has been a great break in prices in a great many fabrics, which we s'lall
WE SHALL SELL
MONDAY SVENINO, NOV. 29, 1880.
Washington, D. C, Nev. 29. Fer the
Middle Atlantic states, higher barometer,
rising, followed by lower temperature,
north te west winds, clearing weather,
preceded by occasional rain near the
We didn't see it, but several
gentlemen assure us that a vivid
lightning illumined the heavens
o'clock last evening.
This morning the mayor bad three
drunks. One of them was sent te jail for
25 days, one for 13 and another for 10. Twe
bums were discharged.
Agnet Leenard. Te-morrow evening 3IIs
Agnes Leenard will make her appearance al
Fulton opera house in the drama el "Weman's
Faith." The Brooklyn Times of recent date
thus notices her performance in that city :
Miss Agues Leenard as Claire Fcrncliffc, the
squire's daughter (White Bosc of the Willa
mette), her fine features and graceful bearing
well became her part. Shu throws a pleasing
intensity into the highly wrought scenes that
brought down the house repeatedly and
elicited a wealth et floral tribute te her spirit
and pathos, that was perfectly overpowering.
Mibs Leenard wa formerly und very favorably
known te the p:l-'i as Miss Aliee Singer, the
accomplished i i m u'iouistef the Eastern Dls
triet, and her - is already assured.
Haverlys .Vi"' ils.Oa Wednesday even
ing next J. I! l! verly's famous genuine col
ored minstrel- v ill be at the opera house. Tne
troupe cei'MH'1-.es ICO picked men, each one
an artist iu i - way, und the formidable list of
names that adorn the highly ornamented
pesters and lithographs scattered broadcast
ever the city includes some of the best known
colored comedians in the country. Haverly
will have a big house, and people will be wie
in carl3' securing their seats.
All Weel Armuies 10.25 $0.50
French Flannel Suitings 6 1.00
French Striped Faucies (all Silk
and Weel) 75 1.50
French Shoedas (in all colors) 65 .$5
French Brocades (all Silk and
Plain French Plaids 75 l.eu
Finest French Brocades (in several
designs) 1.C0 2.50
In addition te our offerings in the above goods, we hare some lines of very choice
ei wiucu it is uuncuii 10 meet me uemanu, in wuicn we nave a very
Camel's Hair Strincs.
French Fancies (very costly goed3.. .75
English Novelties '25
French Handkerchiefs, squares 75"
French Handkerchiefs, squares 3
French Novelties 1.25
French Novelties 50
cloth and colorings.
choice assortment, betli in
TRICKETT BEATS ROSS.
41-iueh Cleth Suitings (very desirable
51-inch Cleth Suitings (in all colors 1.10
Si-inch Cleth Suitings 1.20
51-luch Cleth Suitings..
51-Inch Cleth Suttinus..
51-inch Cleth Suitings..
Our make of these goods we believe te be the best in the market, and the assortment et
colors our own selection.
15-iuch French Shoedas.
... $0.87 1 16-inch French Shoedas.
FINE CAMEL'S HAIR:
Bat a Foel Makes Anether Race eceuary.
Londen, Nev. 29. Trickett beat Ress
easily by four lengths, bnt in consequence
of a foul at Hammersmith Bridge the um
pire declared that the men must row ever
Particulars of tbe Race.
They made a geed start, Ress immedi
ately taking a lead of one length. He
maintained this lead until the foul oc
curred at Hammersmith. .After this it
was a geed race te the top of Chiswick
Eyet, where Trickett took the lead and
seen afterwards rowed right away from
Ress, finishing an easy winner by four
The time of the race, distance A miles,
was 20 minutes and 23 seconds. The tide
was very peer. Trickett and Ress wil
row again at balf-past two o'clock ncx
Our a-ssertiucnt et th se beautiful goods is still complete, from St.25 te S3. 50. We have
jut received one case ei Camel's Hair in Kvenlug Shades in very beautiful quality, in Cream,
Fink and Light Blue, i'i inches wide, te sell at S1.23.
BAREGE DE V1RGINIE:
We ha ve j list received one case of tills Tcry desirable texture for Kvening Hr? se., qual i ty
very superior, in Cream, Fink ami Light Blue, 27 inches wide, te sell at 50c.
Lecture te Ycting Men.
Dr. Crninbaugh will this evening deliver a
lecture te young men only In the hall of the
Yeung Men's Christian Association. It will
be practical, instructive and interesting. Ne
charge for admission.
Casper Weltzel, Officer Ne. 10,
Lancaster, Pu., huvlngbccn agrcatsuUcrerfer
years with Kidney disease, requests in te say
that after using DaVs Kidnev Fad 25 days he
feels better than he has before in fifteen years.
-Tiie cause ler tnc uappiness et I mil man
across the way is that he went te WILLIAM
SOX & FOSTEU. 3d East King street, Lancas
ter, the ether day, and purchased one of their
ne Revers iblc Ovc coats, which they are sell
ing at prices raugieg from $13 te $20. He gives
you geed advice when he tells you te go and
M3C them. nevlO-tfd
Fragrant with dulicieu flower odor and
healing balsams Cuticura Seap.
Fer the lip there is no brightness.
Fer the teeth thcre is no whiteness.
Where SOZODONT bes get no place :
But these who use it, knew full well,
Hew bright and beautiful the spell
It throws o'er man or woman's face.
Consumptive,; gain in Hush, strength
spirits under a daily use of Malt Bitters.
Assault, and Resisting an Officer.
Bernard Short and Peter Short had a
hearing before Alderman Barr this after
noon en complaint of Jehn R. Erb, con
stable of Martic township, who charges
them with assaultiug aud resisting him
while in the discharge of his official
duties, It appears that some of David
Eshleinau's pigs had strayed upon Bernard
Short's premises, that Short penned them
and advertised them according te law, and
finally advertised them for sale, and en the
day of sale the owner sent a constable te
lake them away. Short would net give
tliem up unless the owner cave security
for the oxpenso that Short had been at in
fecdinsr the piss. The owner would net
fgive security and hence the trouble. The
Shorts were held te answer at court.
The Baptist Fair.
in progress at the
The fair in progress at the Baptist
church, which was expected te, close Sat
urday night, will continue during a por
tion of this week. The articles disposed of
by ballet were the policeman's revolver,
wen by Officer Adams, of the Sixth ward,
the wax basket by Mrs. Lem. C. Witmer,
aud the bride dell by a little girl named
Henry Letz,-thc principal yard-man in
the coal yard of Russel & Shulmyer, bad
er.e of his shoulders dislocated by falling
en the'ice en Saturday in front of B?.iley,s
coach works, Xbrth Queen etrett
It is impossible 1 or a woman after a raitliiul
course of treatment with Lydia K. Pinhliftm-s
Vegetable Compound te continue te sutler
with a weakness of the uterus Enclose a
stamp te Mrs. Lydia E. Pinkham, 233 Western
avenue. Lynn, Mass., for pamphlets.
"Beware or 1'icKrecnnrK,' a sign which we
often see iu public places, is the greatest help
which these light-fingered gentry have, for
the unwary generally clap their hands upon
the pocket containing valuables te assure
themselves of their safety, and thereby tell
the thief exactly where te leek for plunder.
But hew much mere te be dreaded thin the
thief who simply steals one's purse are these
insidious coughs and colds that steal our
health and eomtei t, yet are se quickly and cer
tainly cured by Dr.Brewning's C.& C. Cordial.
All druggists sell it. Dr. Browning. Proprie
tor. 1117 Arch Street, Philadelphia, Fa.
Speer's l'ert lirape Wine.
This article of American Wine is highly
estceiucd by the best physicians in this coun
try. The following Is u testimonial wc saw
from the New Yerk Hospital. Wc publish it
for the information et our readers:
New Tere, Nev. 11.
1 am using Spccr's Fert Crape Wine and find
it te be an excellent tonic and gentle stimu
lant, and as such I believe it preferable te the
comnicrcialTert, and all ether wines, as it pos
sesses their tonic properties without the dele
terious cflcct caused by their impurities. It is
also very palatable, and this is a recommenda
tion te many, especially females.
S. 9. nAituis, M. I., N. Y. Hospital.
This is an excellent article ler family use,
and for females, and is endorsed by Drs. Atlee
and Davis, and for sale by II. E. Slaymaker.
The Londen Lnncet.
The "Londen Lancet" says: "Many a life
has been saved by the moral courage of the
sufferer" and many a life has been saved by
taking Spring Blessem in case of Bilious,
Fever, Indigestion or Liver complaints.
Trices: 50 cents, trial bottles 10 cents. Fer sale
by H. B. Cochran, druggist, 137 and 139, North
Queen street, Lancaster. Fa. 50
edw j. zkem:,
Manufacturing Jeweler, Zahm's Cerner, - Lancaster, Pa.
Things in our stock that make
Beautiful and Durable Christmas Gifts.
CLOCKS, . SILVERWARE,
C40LD BRONZES, GOLD HEAD CANES,
GOLD THIMBLES, SILVER HEAD CANES,
SILVER THIMBLES, OPERA GLASSES.
GOLD PENS AND PENCILS,
HANDKERCHIEF AND GLOVE BOXES,
GOLD BRONZE SMOKING SETS,
PINE CIGAR SETS,
ALL THESE AND MANY MOKE AT
ZAHM'S CORNER, LANCASTER, PA.
GOODS FOR THE HOLIDAYS!
Ladies' Geld Chatelaine Watches, Ladies' Geld Stem-Winding Monogram Watches,
Gentlemen's Geld Watches iu plain, fancy or box-jeint'eascs, Ladies' Nickel Chate
laine Watches, Ladies' Silver Chatelaine OTatches, Gentlemen's Silver Watches, Gcn-in-iu's
Watches, with luminous dials.
French Clocks iu marble, breuzc, emerald or gill cases, with silver bell or cathe
dral strike. Toilet Clocks, Office Clocks, Nickel Clocks, Weeden Clocks in great
Diamond Sets, Pearl Sets, Cameo Sets, Reman Geld Sets, Enameled Sets, En
graved Sets ; Diamond, Sapphire, Emerald, Pearl, Opal, Cameo, Onyx, Amethyst,
Topaz, Garnet Rings, Plain Rings, Engraved Rings and Children's Rings ; Lace Pins,
Scarf Pins, Bracelets and Bangles, Necklaces, Lockets aud Charms, Ladies and Gen
tlemen's long and short Chains, Sleeve Buttene and Links, Studs, etc., etc.
Tea Sets, Tetc-a-Tcte Sets, Dessert Sets. Epcrgucs, Fruit Dishes, Casters, Cake
Baskets, Pitchers, Toilet Sets, Jewel Cases, Card Stands, Ink Stands, Decanters, Cigar
Bexes, Tobacco Bexes, Mitch Bexes, Napkin Rings, Knives, Ferks, Spoons, Ladles
etc.. etc., etc.
&C. &C. &C. '
Breuzc Statuettes, Bronze Mantel Ornaments, Vases, &c. Musical Bexes, Oil Paint
ings, Opera Glasses, Geld Pens, Pencils and Picks. Geld aud Silver Head Canes, !cc.
All the above enumerated articles and many ethers will be found in our stock
in great variety from the lowest priced te the finest.
H. Z. BHOADS & BRO., Jewelers,
Ne. 4 West King Street.
Malarial Fevers, constipation, torpidity of
the liver and kidneys, general debility, nerv
ousness and neuralgic ailments yield readily
te this great disease conqueror. Hep Uittcrs.
It repairs the ravages et disease by convert
ing the feed into rich bleed, and it gives new
life and vigor te the aged and infirm always.
See "Proverbs" in ether column.
Why ought the children of a thiet te be
burnt! Because their Fa steals (pastlles.)
Hums, scalds, cuts, bruises cured by Dr.
Themus' Eclcctric Oil. Fer sale by II. 11.
Cochran, druggist. 137 aud 1S! North Queen
street, Lancaster, 1'u. 17
1'ANjfABECKER. At Lititz, 'en the 27th in.t.,
I esse Fanuaucckcr, esq., aged Te years.
The relatives and friends of the family are
respectfull y invited te attend the funeral Irem
his late residence, in Lititz, en Wednesday,
December 1, 1SS0, at 9 o'clock. Interment at
Panuabcckcr meeting house, in Clay town
ll I hereby notify the public in general that
I employ no person te purchase rags, old metal,
tc, ler inc. 1 will net le responsible for these
representing; themselves as my agents, as I de
ail my own buying. . II. C. SHIRK.
I a On Saturday afternoon, aUeld Chain, with
ii Catholic Medul of Geld, und a Heward et
Merit Medal of Silver et st. Mary's Academy
attached. The finder will be rewarded by re
turning te Ne. 110 North Trince street It
PUIiLIC SAIK OF VALUABLE CITX
PROPERTY. On MONDAY, NOVEM
BER 2), 1830. at Cooper's Hetel, a desirable res
idence, Ne. 517 West Orange stjee , a let 40 leet
front and 110 icet deep, te alOfJOt alley, en
widen is erected a two-story DBiCK DWKLL
ING HOUSE, with n two-story Brick Hack
Building attached, containing eight rcems
and plastered garret, a Frame Sun.mer
Kitchen ; gas in the whole house ; also a Fiame
Shep at feet of let, KixJO; hydrant in hens
and yard, geed well of water and choice fiult
Sale te commence at 7 o'clock p. in. of said
day, when terms will be made known by
JACOB C. K APFLKR.
II. SnrnEirr, Auct. nev 20,2t,20
Mothers! Metnersw Mothers:!:
Arc you disturbed at night and broken ei
your rest by a sick child sutrcring and eryi,ng
with the excruciating pain of cutting teeth?
It pe, go at once and getabetllc of MRS. WINS
LOW'S SOOTHING SYRUP. It will relieve the
peer little sufferer immediately depend upon
it; there is no mistake about it. There is neta
mother en earth who has ever used it, who will
net tell you at once that it will regulate the
bowels, and give rest te the mother, and relief
and health te the child, operating like magic.
It is perfectly safe te use in all cases, and pleas
ant te the taste, and is the prescription et one
et the eldest and best fenvile physicians and
n urses in the Untied States. Sold everywhere
25 cenU a bottle. fil7-lyd&wM.W&S
Cholera Merbus may be encouraged by fre-
2ucut doses of pickled Salmen and undressed
ucumbcrs, it may be increased by eating un
ripe plums, and may be cured by taking Dr
Themas' Kclectrie Oil. Fer sale bylL B. Coch
ran, druggist, 137 and 1S9 North Queen btrect,
Lancaster. Fa 18
O'NEnv Bkisett On the 18th et November,
1880. at the residence of the bride's parents, by
Kef. J. B. King, Jehn A. O'Neii; of Mount
Nebo, Lancaster county, te Nera M. Bennett,
of Martlia Furnace. Centre county, Pa.
Closing eat at a great reduction our immense
line of Novelties in Overceatings.
All the New and most Desirable Slyl03
IN NEW COLORS AND CHOICE STtLES
Why net leave your order atenceand secure
an Elegant. Stylish, Well Made and Artistic
Cut Garment as low as 820.
A LARGE LINE OF CHOICE
Enlist al tti Suite,
AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES,
THE ARTIST TAILOR,
121 N. QUEEN STREET5
" A two-story Dwelling Heuse in East
Orange street, next deer te St. Paul's Reform
ed Church. II. G. LONG,
A two-sterv BRICK HOUSK, with two
story Brick Back Building attached, situate at
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,
nevlMfd Ne. 23 North 0-iiccn street.
WAMTED .EVERYBODY TO ADVEIU
tlse, free of charge, in the Intklliekk
xr, who wants something te de.
WANTED TWO OB THREE TINSMITHS
Will give them steady work this winter
te make Tobacco Steamers. Apply immediate
ly at JACOB FOOSE'S,
ner2G-'Jtd Ne. 131 East King Street.
WANTED X .TOBACCO STRIPPER.
Apply at rear end of 31(5 West King
HEADQUARTERS FOR PURE CONFEC
TIONS FOR THE HOLIDAYS AT
JOSEPH R. ROYER'S,
50 AND 52 WEST KING ST.
I 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, Ac. and a LARGE STOCK
OK TOYS of the NEWEST DESIGNS. L-irge
and small Cakes baked daily. Ice Cream at
WEDDINGS AND PARTIES SERVED AT
MAIL ORDERS promptly attended te at the
same rate as if the person ordering were
present in person, Call and sea my stock.
49Rcmember the place
80 AND 32 WEST KING STREET.
u!3-3md JOS. R. K9YER.
MOUSE FURNISHIXU GOOV8.
VfOTiCE." '" -"'
FLliYiN & BRBNBMAN.
Would advise all who contemplate putting in
HEATERS or making nny alterations in theii
heating arrangements te ile se at once before
the ruslier Fall Trade begins.
THE MOST RELIABLE
In the Market at the
Flu & Brenemans
GREAT STOVE ST0BE,
152 North Queen Street,
1 TISS M. E. U1LL. TEACHER OF DRAW
1U. ing in the Girls' High Scheel, wishes te
obtain pupils in the various styles et drawing
ana panning. Residence Ne. 33 West Orange
t urs altered and repair:-! at tha same
Londen, Nev. 29. A match ferJt'300 a
side was arranged te-day between Haitian
and Laycock, te be rowed en the Thames
within six weeks from the time of signing
the articles, which will be done te-morrow.
The time of the race has net yet been
settled upon, as Hanlan will have the op
tion" of naming any day within six weeks
DEATH ON THE RAIL.
Fatal Accident In Georgia.
Macen, Ga., Nev. 29. Yesterday morn
ing a passenger train en the Georgia Cen
tral railroad broke in half twelve miles
from Macen. The steam brake stop step
ped the rear half en a down grade.
A heavy freight train following
telescoped the sleeper half way, killing the
engineer. The president of the Central
railroad, AV. M. AVadlcy and the vice
president, Mr. Kaeul, were in the sleeping
car but escaped through a window. Several
of the passengers were hurt but none
A few minutes after the collision a
second heavy freight train ran into the
middli: train, smashing the cars into frag
ment. Engineer Cresby of the middle
train was with his hand en the lever which
was reversed. He was jammed against
the het boiler by a freight car, leaving
ever the tender and was disembewelled
and roasted. The ether engineers and fire
men leaped and were 3avcd. Matt Free
man, of Macen, was badly cut in the head
by a fragment of a car scat. Kaeul had
his ankle sprained. The accident occurred
en a steep grade where the trains could net
be checked. The track has baen cleared
and trains arc again running.
A SMART RASCAL.
His 'tricks te Avoid Detection.
.N kw Yerk, Nev. 29. .Jehn II. AVilsen,
alias Jehn Sullivan, alias David Arm
strong, was arraigned at Jeffersen market
police court te-day, accused by a number
of livery stable keepers in Connecticut, of
grand larceny. He was arrested last Sat
urday and attempted te alter his appear
ance by cutting off his moustache and drop
ping his false teeth befere the arrival of
his victim. However, he was identified
by Hiram A. Thompson, of Fair Haven,
and Charles Kuickbeldt, of New Haven,
and was held for examination.
A UUSINESS SENSATION.
Arrest el u l'renilncnt Merchant of Dayton.
Dayton, O..Nev 29 On Saturday night
the firm of Augustus Sharpe & Ce., one
of the largest dry goods houses in Day
ton, was closed by the sheriff and a war
rant issued for the arrest of the principal
partner, charging him withebtaiug goods
from Eastern firms en false pretences.
A Maniac Mether's Dceif.
Stoi:ghten, Mass., Nev. 29. Mrs. Lit
tleiielcl, who en Saturday poisoned her
husband and child, shot herself tlcad this
morning with a revolver purchased at the
time when she procured the morphine trer
Died of nis Injuries.
New Yerk, Nev. 29 Thes. Murray, 35
years old, who was struck en the head by
his landlord, Henry Brown, en Friday
last, died at Chambers street hospital this
morning. Brown will be taken before the
coroner during the day.
Pert Jehvis, N. Y., Nev. 29. Jehn
Hayes, a farmer who has been missing
ten days, was found drowned near here
yesterday. Supposed accidental death.
Diphtheria en Leng Island.
Flushing, N. Y., Nev. 29. Diphtheria
is spreading rapidly in College Point. Five
deaths occurred in the past twenty-four
Serious Illness of a Congressman-Elect.
Littleton, N. II., Nev. 29. E. AV.
Farr, congressman-elect from this dis
trict, is dangerously ill with pneumonia.
CHINA AND GLASSn'AKE.
The Largest Assortment of
Decorated Solitaire Sets, B.andM. bets, ice
Cream Sets, Fruit Plates, Solitaire Cups
and Saucers, Mustache Coffees, After
Dinner Coffees, Tetc-a-Tetc Sct.
Tea Sets, Plaque, Ac.
ALL OF THE
and at the Lewest Prices offered anywhere.
We deem is a pleasure te show them te our
HIGH & MARTIN,
Ne. 15 EAST KING STREET.
Aaw Yerk Market.
Nkw Yerk. November 3l flour-State and
Western dull, and in -buyers faver: Su-
Sirflne, state f39C4 30: extra tle at tfJO
525; choice, de S 3085 50: tancv de at
$5550630; roundheopOhio $5305 75: choicede
at S3 8006 50; superfine western S3 sea I 5:
common te geed extra de (1903530; choice
de $5 3566 75 ; choice white wheat de $3 15
ta ej ; seninern quiet ; couirnento lair extra
S5 4063 00: geed te choice de 5 957 23.
Wheat heavy about 61Kc lewer: Ne. 2
White, Dec, 1 20 : de Jan.. f 2201 2$ : Ne. 2
Red. Dec..l 221 23 : de Jan.,$l 25I 26 ; de
Cern dnliand buyers' faver: Mixed western
spot, 57K361c; de future. U361c.
Oats imWi lower; Ne. 2 Jan., 1533tfc:
State Ji51c; Western 43351c.
fHiLADELTHUi. Nev. 29. Fleur dull and un
changed ; superfine at $3 5004 OS; extra at
$4 0004 50; Ohie anil Indiana family $3 73fi
6 25: Penn'a family $." 5033 75 : St. Leuis
family Hi OOftG 75 : Minnesota faniit v 15 2iflfi 00
Straight $C 253650: Winter patent $700g773;
Spring de $7 253 37.
Kye flour at $5 30&rt 37.
Wheat lower aiftl dull : Ne. 2 Western Kwi
$121; Penn'a. Bed 91 1SSI 29; Amber $118
Cern dull and quiet ; steamer, 55556c; yel
low, 58c; mixed, new, 50c; old, C2c.
Oats quiet but steady ; Ne. 1 White S&
46Wo;Ne. 2 de A'iQiSWc: Ne. 3 de 43.U4lc;
Ne. 2 Mixed 47c. l
Kye Arm at 9tc$l.
Previsions firm; Jobbing fair; uussperk,
ehl.$14001450; new, $15 75; beet iuun9$i?50;
Indian iUvs.-i beet at $18 00 ; Baren smoked
shoulders 56c ; salt de 5U'c : smoked
hama '.'.fill0Mc: nicklcd ham.- SH'Mc for old
Lard Ann ; city kettle at 9!c : loee
butcher' 8ic ; prime -steam $u 10.
Butter falrlv active, tlrnf; Creamery ex. 31c ;
de geed te choice 303330 ; B. C. andN. V. ex
tra 2S30c ; Western reserve extra 22ft2lc ;
de geed te choice liijrJOc: Kells flrni : choice
scarce: Penn'a Fxtra 2I24c: Western Kcserve
Eggs tirei, with geed demand und light sup
ply: Peiin'11 Kxtia32c: Wcttern Extra 3l)31c.
Chee.su market quiet but prices steady ;
New Yerk mil crcum at i3Jc; Western
full cream at 1213c; de tair te geed at
Italic: de half skua? and Penu'a. skims at
Petroleum dull ; refined at 10c.
Whisky at I 15.
Seeds Geed te prime clever .steady at $7 25
C7 75: Timethy nothing doing ; KlaxM-etl dull
at $1 .Kl.
PuiLADKLritiA, November 22. Cattle mtrkc.
Inaetive : wiles 4.700 head. Prime 5Jjc ;
geed 5J4fJ.Vic : medium 4.c ; common 3Ji
Sheep market Inactive; sales 11,000 head.
Prime 5S5Jc: geed 4lJc: medium 4ifi
4Uc; common 3vijUic ; culls i!i'iViv.
Hogs Market active; sales, We"!; prime 7c;
medium (i''e ; common lie.
New Yerk Stocks.
a. m. a. m. r. jr. r. m. r. k
11:30 11:30 1:00 2:05 3:10
MeiH'V ............. .. .... 4
Erie B. B 47i 48 47 47
juiemgun .1. a i'. ?..
Micnigan cent. 1;
umcage a . w.
e. M St. 1'
si. .1. t-eni....
Teledo St Wabash. .
Ohie& Misyfesippi. .
St. Leuis, I. M. AS. B.
Ontario and Western
L. C. & I. C B. lb......
New Jcrsev Central..
Del. & Hudsen Canal
.. 414 -Id l?4 4' ....
.S....122 128!$ 12SU 122 ....
It. B..114 114ji 113V.J lVOri-'....
Villi I2U 127JS 1271:? ....
Lack..t Westcrn0lC 105
Western Union Tel... W.l
Pacific Mail S. S. Ce.. 4S!i
..... ... . .
Union Pacific..: 101-tf 102?,; 1C0 10e)i
Kansas ft Texas.
New Yerk Central...
Cleveland ft Pitt.s...
Chicago ft Beck I
Pittsburgh ft Ft. W
American V. Tel. Ce,
Pennsylvania B. It....
Phil'a. ft Beading.....
Lehigh Valley ,
Northern Pacific. Coin :BJ
X U - l.il.
rms.,'iiiusv cs ji..
Phil'a ft Erie B. 11..
Un. ILB's or N.J...
Central Trans. Ce..
UULTON Ol'KItA IIOV.SK.
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 30, I88O.
The Talented and neautiful Yeung English
supported by FBANK M. CHAPMAN'S super
ior Dramatic Company, in the Grand Original
Ionian tic Drama, in
lour act?, by Walter E.
WOMAN'S FAITH ;
Or, OREUOMAN LIFE IX '55.
SYNOPSIS: ACT I The Fernellllc Home
stead. The Plot and Counter Plot. ACT II
The Canen Bend. The Miirderand Death Leap.
ACT HI The Canen Itetid bv Moonlight. The
Defenseless. "Weman's Faith. ACT IV Tab
leau L The Willamette Biver ly Daylight.
Judge Lvnch v.. Civil Justice. Tableau 2.
The Willamette Blvcr by Moonlight.
Admission, 75, 50 ami 25 cts. Bi-crvcd Seats,
75 cts ; at Opera Heuse Ofllce. n27-3td
TCCLTON OPEKA HOUSE.
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 1.
MB. JOHN D. MISHLEB has the pleasure Of
presenting HAVEBLV'S COLOSSAL
W. II. BISHOf
100 COLORED PEKFORAERS.
Uproarie.is, Bcflncd, Unequalled.
The Greatest, First Part, with 20 END MEN,
An Original Second Part. e peculiar planta
tion FEATUBES.eichn Conspicuous Novelty.
A Brilliant aud Dazzling Disphtv !
THE GBEAT "FBEE-FOB-ALL"
EXHIBITION DRILL PARADE
en the prominent streets, day of performance.
Prices n usual. Bcscrvcd Scats at YcekerV.
SLEW IIS, AV.
EDGERLEY & OCX'S,
Practical Carriage Builders,
Market Street, Bear of Central Market Houses,
We have en hand a Large Assortment ei
PORTLAND, ALBANY, AND
DOUBLE SEAT SLEIGHS.
Which wc offer at the
VERY LOWEST PRICES.
Alse a full line of BUGGIES and CAB
B1AGES all et our own well known make
Give us a call.
aBcpalr!ug promptly attended te.
MBS.M.A.EDWABDShas removed her
Millinery Stere te Ne. 250 West King street,
where she will be pleased te see all her old
customers. Bennets. Hats, Bibbens, Satins,
Velvets, Feathers. Flowers. &c., will be sold
cheaper than ever befere. Call aud see.
-pvISSOLCTION OF PARTNERSHIP.
The partnership hcrctofercexistliig between
II. C. fcliirk & Bre., dealers in Bags and Metal,
has this day been dissolved by mutual con
sent. II. C. Shirk Will continue the business
at the corner of Arch and Marien al ,eXjIRK
rpOBACCO PACKEKS ATTENTION !
in any quantity, at
COHO & WILEY'S
Lumber Yard, Ne. ZX) North Water Street
Lancaster, Pa. nevSWtd