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LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER SATURDAY NOVEMBER 20, T88D. , have furnished means te escape te any of ttie prisoners, as en visiting day all visitors arc caicfully watched and kept from inter course with the convicts. As the Lancas ter county prison sustains the two-fold re lation of a penitentiary and a common jail, the ordinary rules regulating the lat ter may interfere with a rigid and strict management of the former. With regard te the business manage ment of the institution, we can only say that it is in the hands of a beard of insnee ters elected by tlie people. Wc fear that Ihcpicsciit be-ir. have net manifested a disposition te co-operate with the keeper in his cttei Is te make the institution what it ought te be, and hope that hereafter a mere cordial co-operation may exist be tween the inspectors and keepers. We also cciiMiic tlie commissioners of Lancas ter county for leaving the guard walls of tlie pii.sen in tlie dilapidated condition they new aie, as they aic liable te tumbledown at any lime. In conclusion, the grand inquest heieby tender their thanks te the court, district attorney, sheriff and ether officials, for the assistance in the discharge of their duties : l' 15. Muasclmau, foreman ; J. 1. 3Iin semcr, seeictaiy : S. S. McDauicl, Martin Deiwait. Jacob K. Geed, Aaren Seurbicr, Andicw Euimcit, Frederick Leenard, Al dus . i'einbcr;:cr, Jes. II. lteyer, Cyius Heist, E. W. Kudy, Jehn II. KtaulTer, Adam Flear, Enes II. AVcaver, H. II. Kit uicr, Henry Maun, Jehn 31. Hicstand, Klias Ikcker, Win. A. Lcwars, K. I?. Uein-bergt'j-, Chas. Greve, Ama.iali Williams. Current ISiediic.ss. II. A. Kvans, J". IJ. Mai tin, Solemon S-iicclicr, Luther Kichaids, Daniel Smcych aiid'Gi'Jceu Arneld were appointed by the ceuit te assess damages sustained by Mis. Mary A. i Jail lioleniew in laying a siding en her prepcity in the lower end of the oily. The .iisdiiuts' icpeil in the estate of Thaddcus Stevens, dccca.'cil, was lcconi lcceni mitlcd te the auditors that they might dis tiibutc the balance leniainingiu the hands of the cxccuteis. Theic aic seveial bc iie.stsV)f Mr. Slevens, which have net yet been passed upon by the auditors. The docket wane tiled at 10 o'clock and m wniccii judgments wcic enteied. COLUMBIA NEWS. i:u i:i.:.ila:: cukiviisi'uni:nci. The question; of changing the opening hour of market and extending the store looms in the opera heusebuilding aie be ing discussed thieugh tliccelums of the s7'.' and the editor of the Herald also in vites curicspiindcucc and the views of our cit teens en the subject, Almest every per son in town is directly or iiidiieclly inter ested in the market question and the ac tion council will take en it; audit will piebably be with a view te iulluence the body that our citizens will coine out in one or the ether town papers favoring:1, late or an early market. The extension of the opera house store rooms is a ques tion that most of our people care nothing about aa long as the improvement will net lender insecure the auditorium, and it will, therefore, receive less attention thieugli the papers than the question of inaikels. "Obsciver," writing te" the Spy. hopes ' that the property committee will repeit unfavorably en the extension of the store rooms," as he thinks "the re moval of the wall in the rear end of the stores would give f iie audience room above great insecurity."' He even questions the authority of council in building the store looms and auditorium, and says the build ing was originally designed te be a market house and council loom. Communications Je the dillcreut papers en the different questions will probably Hew thick and fast K'tvieeu tliis date and the next meeting of . .mini!, which takes place en the second Friday of December. A young Republican gave an oyster Sup per te nine at Geerge Krwin's saloon last viuiug the result, el a misiiiuiertanding v. it ti the state of California. Messrs. Geerge Smith and Jacob Kime, isein Pennsylvania railroad engineers, h:ue returned from a two days' gunning trip te Yeik county with seven rabbits and lv.enl-f)itr buds. Mr. and Mis. W. II. Ilardman, who had been isiling at Atlantic City for the past week, have returned home. (.'Italics Buekmau, el Philadelphia, spent ycsiriday and last night in Colum bia, the guest of Ed. J". Hmmcy. Tin- Columbia sin i i! club transacted Un monthly business last evening. Invitations have been leeched by a number of Columbians teittcnd a "leap car p.wty "' te be given by the young ladies of Marietta. The sexes will unsex thcnnclves in their attentions, and this, the last oppei lunily for a gathering of the kind for lour years te come, will be made the criterion of ether like gatherings in their day. Tlie Columbia social club will provide an oyster supper for its members some evening next week. The sinew will effectually step duck snoeting while :t lasts. The canal season will close in a couple of weeks, or sooner if the weather be comes severely cold. The usual number of beats will be ice-bound for the winter. They arc at pic-cut hurrying things at the coal chutes. Market was lather geed te-day. Ilev, J. II. Esterline, the newly appoint ed pastor of the Church of Ged, of this place, will occupy his pulpit te-morrow morning and owning, lie will preach his opening sermon in the morning. IJev.'F. W. Staley. pastor el the E. E. Lutheran church, will preach a seur.en te young men te-morrow evening. There will be a public side of leal estate at the Franklin house, this evening. Jerry Kech shot a very large canvas back duck en the river yesterday. This species of water fowl is very scarce about here. It is icpeitul about town that the Re publican glee club will effect a permanent organization. There arc some geed voices among the members. Union thanksgiving services will be held in the M. E. church en" next Thursday inumiug at 10:'j0 o'clock. Rev. C. S. Gcr iiaid, of the Reformed church, will preach the sermon. Fer the first time in the winter of 1880 81 the streets, pavements and house tops are white. Hail commenced te fall at about 12:20 o'clock te-day and continued ieng enough te give tlie streets a light covering. At l:e0 a fall of snow suc C2cdcd that et hail and at this writing it leeks as if v.c may have quite a snow storm. The teachers institute is in scssieit to day. 1'artiiilge Sheeting. Charles Franciscus, of this city, went gunning day before yesterday, between Providence and Qnarryvillc, and returned last evening with sixty-two partridges which he had shot within two days. Mr. Franciscus had no company except a first rate pointer. His success would seem te prove Hie tiuth of Wm. Rechm's state ment, that iherc were plenty of birds in that vicinity at the time of the State Field Trials, and that there are still plenty llicie. In V. S. Court. William A. MdVten, of this city, is a juicrin the Buchanan conspiracy case te be tiied in the United Slates court in Phil adelphia. Eleven jurors were secured yes terday. The panel gave out and the I twelfth man will be secured en Monday. Divorced. Catherine Miller was divorced from her husband, Benjamin Miller, in court te-day en the grounds of desertion. Judge Llbhart's Condition. The Marietta Register states that Judge Libhart, of that borough, who was en Wednesday stricken with almost total blindness and greatly depressed mentally, has very considerably improved in health his eyesight being much better and the mental. depression entirely-removed. Jlurglary ai Blrd-ln-Hand. OnWednesday night burglars broke into James Murphy's house "at Bird-in-IIand and after helping themselves te as much as they wanted te eat, ransacking the house, left, taking with them a cashmere dress belonging', te Mrs. Murphy, and a let of bed-clothing. Kcceptien te BibbopSbaealiau. Te-morrow afternoon at St. Mary's church there will be a grand reception te Ilishep Shauahau, who recently returned fiem Europe. The bishop will arrive at 1 :.'. There will be a service in the church at 5:30 at which Clemmen's City band will be present. Car On the Track. A Height ear, which was being shifted at, Bitner's warehouse this morning about 9 o'clock, was thrown fiem the track. It ciuscd a slight delay of one traini The damage was but slight. City Property Sold. Bailsman & Burns, real estate agents, en 17th iust., sold at private sale, the brick dwelling house belonging te Mrs. Char Char eotte Ann Fairer, situate Ne. 'J01 North Lime stieet, te Win. F. Sennits: (leaf to bacco merchant), -for $4,000. Ox KOilKt. The Republicans of Adamstown are having an ex roast te-day. Amusements. Mamie Uiirinjir Te-iiirjItl.Vlm heautlul anil distinguished acties. Miss Mnuile Granger, will tills evening appear at Fulton opera house in the new play of "Twe Nights in Keine." Tims lar tliu piece hn- been successful wher ever produced, ami press and public are pro nounced in its praise. Miss Gragcr's talent l described as el the highest quality, and in a ictcut notice el the perlormance the Phihidel plila Times says that this gitteil lady is con stantly enriching her laurels. Ilsr company i3 said te be a strong one. Bmtley ('uMpbcWs "Matrimony." On Mon day evening the comedy-drama et " Matii Matii meny,'' by Hartley Campbell, author of " Tlie Galley Slave,"' ' My Partner," and ether suc cessful ueik'i, will be produced at the opera lieu-eby the great c.tntthnt has achieved ler it such a marked pepularit-. Mr. Campbell is oneef Aineiiea's lising dramatists, and Mat i lineiiy '" Issaid te be in liis happiest vein. "CIirl-linas Hells ami New Year's Call.' Tlii, ii tlie unfijueyct appropriate title of a holiday advcitising paper te be issued during the holiday season by Messrs. Clutk A Liuidis, of t his city. It is the neatest paper of its kind ever iwictl in this city, containing the well known poem of ".Jehn Gilpin's Kide" hand somely illustrated. Its circulation will be 7,wt copies and business men w ill de well te advertise in it. Don't lie-it. iti, it your kidney trouble you. ter Day's Kit'Sirr Pah will surely cmc. iil.-.MW&F&w There Is no use in drugging you reel 1 te death, and buying ail the vile medicines ler internal ue when you can be cured of lever and ague, dumb ague, bilious disorder-1, jaun dice, dy:peneia, as well as all disorders and ailments of the liver, bleed ami stomach, by wearing oneef Prof. Guilmcttc's French Liver Pad-, v Inch is a sine cure every lime. It your druggist does net keep tlie pad, 'end $l.M in a letter te the French Pad Ce., Teledo, O., and it will be Fent you by mail. It is tlie only pad that is guaranteed te cure, licwaie el conn cenn t Weil'.. A New Music Class. Mr. Ilany C. Melliugcr will organize n clj ter tree instruction in singing at tlie hall of the Yeung Men's Christian association this even ing Mr. M. i- himself an accomplished vocal ist and thorough musician and cordially in vites all pcr-ens who wish te acquire a knowl knewl knowl dg"et the ait te le present te-night. Netice. n cntei taming and humorous lectin c will li- delivered in the St. Paul's M. K. church en the evening of Thanksgiving Day, by the pastor, Itev. . I. I.iiidemntli, en "Married Life, its D.ities, Dillieulties. Obstacles, HappincBser Mir-cry. A small admission fee will be charged w ith a view te help the steward's land. 5Tiu: cause ter the happiness et that man across the way is tiiat he went te WILLIAM SON t FOSTER, 30 East Kingstrcet, Lam-as. tc! the ether day, and purchased one of their nu Reversible Overcoats, which they arc sell ing at pi ices ranging irem I5 te $20. He gives you geed advice w lien he tells you te go and Fcctliciu. nevHMfd Kuniens, Cerns, Vc. Dr. Ityback, pronounced the most skilllul coin doctor in this count ly, is at the City hotel. Cerns removed without pain, 2.1c each. Ryback's Ituuien Remedy cures Piles in a few days. Every Hunien positively cured. it tjucry Dees the note shaver ha c u ith Cu tieuru Shaving Seap? Despair net, neither man nor maid, Although your mouth has .suffered ill. Although your teeth arc halt decayed. Yeu can still .save them, it you will. A little SO.ODONT be sure Will make all balmy, bright and pure. nlTi-lwdceiUVw The careworn and overworked find couitert ami strength in Malt Hitters. SPECIAL SOT1C:. SAMPLE NOTICE. " It is impesiblc for a woman after a fuilhlul ceure of treatment with Ls'dia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound te continue te Miller with a weakness et the uterus Enclose a stamp te Mr. Lydin E. Pinkiiam, 213 Western avenue. Lynn, Mass., fcr pamphlets. jy29-lydeedAw At icr all. a gentle purgative is the lcst means el curing headache, liver complaint, billons billens nes, Ac. Use "Selleis' LiverPills." Malarial Fever. Malarial Fevers, constipation, torpidity of the liver and kidney-, general debility, nerv nerv eiiMicss and neuralgic ailments ylciil readily te this great disease conqueror. Hep Bitters. It repairs the ravages et disease by convert ing the loed into rich bleed, and it gives new life and vigor te the aged and iiillriu always. See Proverbs" in ether column. nlJ-iwdAw .Motlier: Metliem:: Mothers:!! Aie. yen ilisttuhcd at night and broken el your rest by a sick child sullcring and crying with the excruciating pain et cutting teeth? It se. goat once and get a bottle of MISS. WIXS LO'V'S SOeiHIXU SYBUP. Itwill relieve the peer little sutlerer immediately depend npen it; there is no mistake about it. 1 here is net a meLlier en earth who lias 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 :.sein all cases, and pleas ant te the taste, and is the prescription et one et the eldest and betfencile physicians anil nurses in the United States. Sold everywhere 2.i cents a bottle. fil7-lvd&wM.W&8 'Dr. Lindsey's Bleed Searcher' cured my seu el erysipelas." Mrs. E. Smcltzcr, Lari mer, Pa. !9VX9E3C!? HEATHS. Di'.aciicar. In this city, en the 17th inst,, Henry Drachbar, sr.In theC5thyearel his age. Xeticc of luncral herealter. Loxe. In this cit v, en November 17, Mrs. Catharine It., wife of Dr. Jacob Leng, aged 5 years, 9 months and 25 days. Her Iricnds and the friends et the family are respectfully invited te attend her luncral en Sunday afternoon, the 21st inst , at 2 o'clock, from Christ Evangelical Lutheran church, West King street, between Mulberry anil Charlette streets. 2U1 Hublev Nev. 19. 1330, in Plttsbngh, Mies Eliza Hublcy, of this city. Xeticc of luncral en Monday. PRIVATE SALE OF HOUSES. On MONDAY, XOVEMBElt 22, 18S0,wiU be .old in private sale, at the Merrimac house, North Piince street, O Head of Canada horses. ms-am gee. ukesshax NEW GOODS FOR THE FALL TRADE, AT GXJNDAKBRB. LADIES, for New, Desirable and Cheap Embroideries, Rufflings, Cotten Trimmings, Ruchings, Black Silk Fringes, Satins, Black and Colenxl, Silks, Buttens, all Kinds, Corsets, Kid and Lisle Thread Gloves, Hosiery, &c, call at GUNDAKFiR'S. Fei a Geed and Cheap Crape Bennet or Hat, Crape by the yard, Crape Veils, Linen Cellars and Cuffs, call at GUI DAKER'S. Ladies, we will open te-day all the Latest Novelties in Millinery, &e., call ana examine our stock, at GUND AKER!S, 142 & 144 North Queen Street, Lancaster, Pa. SPECIAL NOTICE! 1ERCIAM1 TAILOBJM DEPARTMENT. Overcoats Made te Order. Dress Suits Made te Order. Business Suits Made te Order. Beys' Clothing Made te Order. An elegant asseitment of all the LATEST NOVELTIES IN WOOLENS new open. We aim te please all who favor us with a call. Our prices will be found te be very low for the quality of goods elfcied. GENTLEMEN, we wish te impress upon your minds that we offer the finest stock of Underwear in the city for the money. I'le.i !-.e call and examine our qualities and prices. Elegant lines of HOSIERY, FANCY NECKWEAR, SUSPENDDRS, &c. GrlVLEE, BO WEES & HTJEST, 2S East King Street, Lancaster, Pa. A'x: ir . i FEitrisEsuzxTs. riMtE l'lSO ;VBO STOLETUEWUKEL X barrow ti .nn llic corner et Kingand Prince Streets, will .uicstcd it net lcturned, as the party is If i -ivi n. N II1' TCNCH. j Geed old-t.ishiened .soup at the Trciiient Heuse, l.VJ North (juccit stieet, this evening All are ceidiaily invited JOHN SCIIOKXIIEKUKH. Itii Iropricter. tii LSELUNIi Ol'F! si;i.lim; off At "lent reduction my entire Stock of Furniture. Upholster. 1'eddpig and Heiwe Furnishing Geml-", te quit the retail business. Give me a call at Ne. 20 Kast King street, ltd A. K. IIOFFMEIF.U. S' Willi KIIAUT A1 VMS FJSET MJHCH this evening at IIKXKY KOIIKEK'S (Centennial Saleen). Cor. VI uc,M ill berry and Strawberry SLs. n -TWT1CK LIEUKltKRANZ. 11 1 he ineinbcr.s am respectfully reiue.sled le meet at llicir hall tomorrow (SUNDAY) alternoen, at 2 o'clock, te attend the luncral of our late member, Henry Drachbar. Bv order of tlie President. ltd AUG. 1). KOHLER, Scc'y. Ain ffn T LOAN BY THE UNION ?blU.UUU Ituildingand Lean association. The regular meeting el the association will be held Monday evening, Nev. ', at VA o'clock. A new series of steeK. will be open at $1 per share, and the sum of f 10,000 will be sold te the highest bidder, the minimum premium having been abolished. A. H. BALL, ltd Secretary. ir rAI.UAHLK C1TV 1'KOI'MITV FB SALE. On feATUUOAl. NOVEMUEK 20. 1SS0, at the Leepard Hetel, the heirs or .leliu hertz, deceased, will sell the following : A one-story sand Stene Heuse, Xe. 107 Seuth Queen street, with a contiguous let, together lieiitinu' 11 leet II incite, and in depth 215 feet te an allev, with a pump in the yard, choice Irult trees, grape vines and ether improve ment. Sale te commence at 7 o'clock p. in. nl3-7td Iir.XUV S1IUI5EKT, Auct. COAL! COAL! Fei geed, clean Family and all ether kind of COAL go te RTJSSEL.& SHULMYBR'S. Quality and Wclgl'.t guasanteed. Ordcix ic Hpecttuliy solicited. OFJ-ICE: S3 East King Street. YAKD: ;18 Nfrtl I'nncf Street. augll-tapilSlt L ECTUKE i;y DR.. GRBKHWALD, IX TKIXITY CHAPEL, XQXDAY EYEX1XG, XOV. i. SUIMECT " Discovery el" America by Chi i tepher Columbus."' Admission 10 cent. ltd itUI'LIC SALE OF VALUA1JLE CITY PKOPEISTY. On -MONDAY, XOVEM- BEBSS, l.e, at Cooper's Hetel, a desirable res idence. Ne. 517 West Orange street, u let 10 leet front and 110 leet deep, te a 10 toot alley, en which i erect ci I a t wolery lil'ICK DWELL ING HOUSE, with n two-story Brick Back Building attached, containing eight rooms and plastered garret, a Frame Summer Kitchen ; gas iu the whole house ; alea Frame Shep at feet of let, ir.2'; hydrant in lieu-e audyaid, geed well of water and choice fruit and grapes. Sale te commence at 7 o'clock p. m.el said day. when terms will be made known by ' JACOB C. KAPPLEK. JI. Shciiekt, Auct. 1120.21,20 1 SNOW STOlt'l PKEDICTED. I In view el the snow te fall en the 22d of De cember, which is te last for 17 hours and be lit' fi-ct en an average. I have purchased an unusual supply of Men and Beys' Shirts and Drawers teell at 2 cents and upwards : to gether with Hats. Caps, Knit Jackets, Neck wear in latest styles, and such goods as are sold iu a Gents' Furnishing Stere. Call and examine before buying. IIKXKY BECHTOLD, ltd Xe. 52 North Queen Street. O" KDEIi FIXING TUKCOUKTS TelTfllE YE Alt 18S1. XOV KM BEIl Hi, ISjO, it is erdci cd by the Cem t tuat the regular terms of the Courts of Com mon Pleas, Oj er and Terminer and General Jail Delivery and Quarter Sessions of the Peace and Orphans' Couri, shall be and remain for the vcar ISsI, as fixed by rule of Court, in printed rules, pages 11. 43 and SI. It is also ordered that the time heretofore fixed ler the argument of cases in June, in each vcar,slmll for the present year bechanged and instead of the. third Monday in June, the Court fix tlie week commencing Monday, May 'Si, lssi, for Hie argument et cases in all the Courts. The Court will meet as Usual en the third Monday in J line ter presentation el ac counts. etc.,and en Saturday of the same week for entry of Judgments. It 13 further ordered that Adjourned Courts ler the trial of causes by Jury in the Courts of Common Pleas, Over and Terminer and Gen eral Jail Delivery and Quarter Sessions of the Peace, shall be held as lollew-s, viz : IX THE COURT OF COMMOS M.EAS. Otic week, commencing Monday, February 7, 1881. One week, commencing Monday, tebruary 11. 1881. One week, commencing Monday, September 3, 1SS1. One week, commencing Monday, October :!, 1831. One week, commencing Monday, October 10, 1881. One week, commencing Monday, October 21, 1881. in thu ceuists or even .sn tkiuhxkr asd OKXERAl. JAIL DELIVERY AND QUARTER SESSIONS OF TUB l'EACE. One week, commencing Monday, February 21, 1881. One week, commencing Monday, May 9, 1881. 1S8I. One week, commencing Monday, October 17, 18S1. One week, commencing Monday, December 12, 1881. And at sueh ether times as may hereafter be ordered and directed by the Court. It Is further ordered by the Court that all Jurers who fail te attend and serve, unless excused by the Court, shall be fined $13. And all Jurers attending Court, and failing te be present and answer when called ler the trial eta cause, shall forfeit one day's pay for cTcry lailurc te answer, unless a legal or sufficient reason be given te the Court ler such absence or failure te answer, It is further directed that the above order shall be inserted in all the papers of published pi the city and county, one insertion in each ; the bills te Deprcented att the County Com missioner's office. Jlv the Court, E. McMELLEN, Itd&w 1'roUienotary. JBXBXOHEJRlES, AC. VJtT (i GOVS. NF.W AlirERT18E3LESTS. WE INVITE the attention of the public te the following schedule of prices of goods that will be found iu our stock : Ladies Breast Pins ... Ear Rings (Geld wires) ... Geld Finger Rings ... Thimbles Silver Plated Spoons (per dez.) Clocks - - - - . - Stem Winding Watches (warranted) Diamond Rings .... Sleeve Buttens - Watch Chains - Neck Chains - Silver-plated Casters - ... ' Pickle .Tais - ' Water Pitchers Cake Baskets Bracelets ..... "Charms and Lockets ... Opera Glasses - All goods will be recommended and H. Z. RHOADS-& EDW. J. ZAHM, JEWELER, ZAHM'S CORNER, LANCASTER, PA. We desire te remind our friends thut we have a completely equipped Jew elry Fuetery in connection with our regular business and are ready and able te make up any special piece of Jewelry. Persons desiring Christmas GlTUs made te their own order will oblige us bv leaving their orders with us at as early a date as possible. Estimates given for Masonic Marks, so ciety Pins, Badges, Ac. DIAMONDS. We have secured the agency of oneef t lir largcst'imperf ing firms iu the United States, and are prepared te furnish our patrons with Diamonds in Kings, Studs, Ear Kings, Lace i in", c, as low or tower limn any .ctv j uik or l'liuaueipuia iinu. WEDDING OR HOLIDAY GIFTS. We e.teud a cordial invitation te all te call and examine our extensive stock et articles suitable for these occasion?. In Sterling fcilver. Fine Silver Plated Ware, Fiencli Clocks, llrenzes, tc. WATCHES! WATCHES!! Our stock of Watches embraces the I.nnc:ister and ether leading American Walche. Every Watch sold is accompanied with a written guarantee. KEPAIKIXG. In addition te our former facilities we linve added some el the latest ini ini pieved machinery, and ate ready te de all classes of fine watch or ether repairing in our bu-i nc.s. We invite all te call, assuring them polite attention, fair Healing and low prices. EDW J.ZAHM, Manufacluring Jeweler, Zahm's Cerner, - Lancaster, Pa. THE LARGEST AND FINEST STOCK OP BUGGIES, CARRIAGES, &G., In the city, is te be seen at tlie Wei ks el MORBEOK & MILEV, PRACTICAL CARRIAGE BUILDERS, COR. DUKE AND VINE STS., LANCASTER, PA. WCOX A CO.'S OLD STAXD.-S Tin Stock inclmk'K sill thu LATEST STYLES SPRNGS, such as tlie Jrewstcr, Whitney, Salidee Triple, Empire 'Cress Spring, Dexter Queen, Duplex and Elliptic, and they will also make te order any style a purchaser may desire. Bepairing erall kinds promptly attended te. All work guaranteed for one year. OUR WORK SUSTAINS OUR WORD."' .Hv . XEir ADVERTZSJiMESTH. LL IN WANT OF A CHRISTMAS PRESENT 1 would respectfully say that new is the time in order te avoid being disappointed te have your presents selected and put aside, and then when the rush comes a little later you will be bare of having your present just when you dc bire. 1 cordially invite a call te sec my assort ment of HOLIDAY GOODS, Furniture and Picture Frames. A. E 15 East King Street. SI AS FITTING AND PLUMBING. T JOHN P. SCHAUM, Ne. 27 SOUTH QUEEN STREET, LANCASTER, PA., PLUMBER, GAS AND STEAM FITTER. A Large Assortment el GAS FIXTURES Constantly en hand. ylC-GmdeawS pOTO RINGWALT-S Felt M0N0NGAHELA PURE RYE. Alse OAKDALE PUKE 11YE WHISKY, 95 per cent. Alcohol, and the invigoratlngTenln Ilalr Liquid, and the Best Sugars, Coffees, Teas, &c, AU at XO. 203 WEST KIKG STREET. 25 cts and upwaids. 75 " " 75 " 10 " $1 $1 5 $5 50 cts. " 25 " " $1 82.50 " $1.50 $( " $3 56 $1 75 cts " $2.50 " warranted acceiding te quality. BRO., Jewelers, Ne. 4 West King Street. ItOVSK JFUKNISHISa HOODS. "M-OTICK. FLlAri & BREjtEMAjSt. Would advise all who contemplate putting iu IIEATKItS or making any alterations in thcit heating arrangements te de se at once before the rush of Fall Trade begins. TIIE MOST KKLIAKLE j In the Market at the LOWEST PRICES. FliM & Breneman's GREAT STOVE STORE, 152 North Queen Street, LANCASTER. 1A. ClILffA JJt'D OLASSWAJl. nLASSWARC! GLASSWARE It A New Pattern el GLASSTVAKE, CHINA HALL. KKU1T BOWLS, SALVEBS, CELEUY GLASSES. PITCHERS. WATER SETS. CHEESE DISHES, TOY SETS, BREAD PLATES, Ac. Call and examine and learn prices before purchasing. HIGH & MARTIN, Ne. 15 EAST SING STREET. TURD EDITION SATURDAY EVEN'G, NOV. 20, 1880. WEATIIEK INDICATIONS. Washington, Nev. 20. Fer the Middle Atlantic states, falling followed by sta tionary or rising barometer, variable winds, shifting te westerly, partly cloudy weather, with rain or snow, rising followed by stationary or lower temperature. THE INTERNATIONAL BKGATTA. laiycuck ITIns After Feuling Ress. Londen, Nev. 20. Laycock wen te- day's trial heat; Ress second, llestncr third, Smith fourth. Ressand Laycock fouled abuve Cliis wick Eyer, and Laycock then took the lead. He net only wen the foul, but wen the race handsomely by seven lengths in 2C minutes and 13 seconds. Hesmcr was a geed third. Up te the point where Laycock and Ress fouled, at Chicswick Eyet the American had the best of it, lead ing Laycock and Hesmer in a magnifi cently contested race. Then Laycock se cured the advantage, drew ahead and wen by seven lengths as above stated. The attendance was large and Lay cock's vic tory enthusiastically received. SEETHING WIT1I SEDITION. A Highly-Colored Description of tne Slute of AH'.ilrin Ireland. Londen, Nev. 20. A disutch fi-em Dublin says: "Accounts received here from various parts of the country by agents for property leprcscnt the state of the country as still mere disturbed and de moralized. The combination against the payment of -vents is extending into dis tricts hitherto peaceable, and the terrorism which fellows closely in the wake of the Land League is steadily breaking ' down the opposition of the law-abiding classes. Tenants who de net pretend te be unable te pay lents meet their landlords defi antly and refuse te pay mere than Grif fith's valuation, and in some cases decline te pay at all en demand or arbitrary settle ments." SIURDEROUS NGUKOES. Fatal Termination r nn Old Oruilge. Cincinnati, Nev. 20. A special dis patch from MaysviWe, Ky., says Cyrus Ewiujj yesterday met ltenbcn Gaunt eight miles from Maysville,and having an old grudge against him immediately began an attack en him with a knife, cutting au ar tery. Gaunt bled te death. Beth pmties weie colored. 1'iuamiel Jehnsen lietenge. Cei.L'MUiA, Tciin., Nev. 20. Emanuel Jehnsen, a colored section hand e:i the railroad, shot and killed his feicman, Jehn Beeth, yesterday because the latter discharged him. Jehnsen, if caught, will be lynched. KI'miLK & CO. The Drillers Acquitted el I'Cijury. llAituisut'iCG, Pa., Nev. 20. The per jury cases against William II. Kciuble, Charles 1$. Halter and Jesse K. Crawford were called for trial this morning, and juries weie cmpaueled. Theic being in sufficient evidence te make out the cases, the juries in each case under instructions from the ceuit rendered a verdict of net guilty. IN CONTEMPT. A Decision In ritmetiH Ititiialistlc Cases in Knglaiid. Loxuex, Nev. 20. Lord Penzance, .sit ting in the Heuse of Lords as dean of the Court of Aiches, has ileul.ued Rev. 3Ir. Eniight and Rev. Mr. Green, who have continued their ritualistic prac tices despite the of the court, suspending them from ellice, te be iu contempt. They will consequently be imprisoned sim ilarly with Rev. Pelhani Dale. They aie respectively defendants in the cclebiated Boedcsley and Mile.spalling ritual c-.uu-es. Till' COAL C'OMIUNATION. A Partial CiicierstiimliiigKcuclicd. PiiiLADr.Lriii, Nev. 20. A paitial undcnUanding has been reached regarding the plan of operations at the mines by the combined anthracite coal companies. Air Guwen .states that it has been agieed te suspend work for nine days, but the peiied of stoppage has net yet been fixed. AGAIN IN l.'II!(. Capture or an Kscapeil Counterfeiter. New Yerk, Nev. 20. Gcerge (tiles, alias Arthur Edwards, the convicted conn cenn conn tcrfeitcr, who escaped a few days aje from United States Deputy Marshal Jenes after throwing red pepper in tlie eflicer's eyes, was icarrcstcd en the Bowery last night. lie will be promptly sentenced. StARKHTS. i'tillailelplila Market. Philadkcvhia, November 3). Fletn mai ket ijuiet and stieng wiib br.t brands held higher; superfine $. )Q4 iw: cx-tra ll'Siiit 75; Ohie ami Indiana family f." "i 'i; Penn'a limily $" 2305 i : St. Louts family fi'OO'tr.M: Minnesota family.-. ii5t7; Slrn'ght ipMiOfffi". : Winter paleiH fUT.'tfnl-i.'i; spring ile $7 00WS i'". Rye Heur unchanged at $." 37. Vlieiit market higher and active, but fever ish : Ne. 2 Western Red II 21 : Penn'a. Red $1 i:Kjl 21; Amber $1 19i 21. Cem strong and held higher ; steamer at ."i j: ; yellow, ut i'2c; mixed, old, file ; de new 5;e. Oats higher ami in geed inquiry; Ne. 1 Wliite V-mmia; ;e. 2 de 1'c: Ne. :; de He: Ne. 2 Mixed :XK;. Rye firm at 'jsc Previsions fairly steady; incss perk, old and new H .Vliaifi 2.'.; beet hams $12 S0&I9 00; Indian m.'ss beet at 18 0(); Bacen sinok sinek d shoulders rr;tf$Gc ; salt de S'Xc; smoked hamsUfilOKc; pickled hams Sf?ac. Lard stcaify; city kettle tffi!)c: loose butelieiVS's'e; prime steam $3 7."iS 8.). Iluttcr Hrm, best grades in the market fairly active; Creamery extra at "SJe ; de geed te choice 5032c; IJ. C. and N. Y. c.x tni2Rte; Western reserve extra 222le; dogeoilto choice 15520c: Rolls steady at a decline ; Penn'a Extra 2)gJ3c; Western Re Re serve extra 20323c. Eggs scarce and linn; Penn'a Extra 23 j:50c ; Western Kxtra 2Sc. Cliccse lirmnnd in better demand, but prices unchanged : Scvr Yerk lull cream 13"i:rjc ; Western full cnam at 12l3c : de lair te geed at ll12c; de half skims lOiJUc. Petroleum quiet ; rrcllncd at 10V12Jc. Whisky nt$l 12. 2 Seeds Geed te prime clever dull at $7 00 EJ7 50; Timethy nominal; Flaxseed dull and weak at $1 301.13. flw Verlc Market. Nkw Yeuk. November 20. Flenr streng.witli moderate expert and light jobbing trade: Su perfine, state r'Sygf 40; extra de at HSO Q.'itX); choice, de $. 055 23 : fancy de nt $530a2.Y; roundheopOhiof510GoO: choice de :it5 00G23; superfine western $3 8931 40; common te geed extra de $1 SOfjr, 10; choice de $. 1308 50 ; choice white wheat de $1 73 4 95; Southern quiet and firm; common te fair extra $5 2935 75 ; geed te choice de $5 75 700. Wheat prices J4&HC bcttcrand market fairly active ; Ne. 1 White Dec. $1 22'gi 22.K: de Jan., $1 25 ; Ne. 2 Red spot $1 2 ; tle Nev., $1 23J:Sl 21 ; de Dec. $1 2ll 23 ; de Jan.fl 2CJ (fgl 27J ; de Fcb.,$l 29. Cern iisliadcllrmcrand quiet : Mixed west ern spot, 57"48G0,c: de future. 57JQCJc. Oats without dedided change ; Ne. 2 Nev., 43c: de Dec, 44Jc: de Jan., WWc; State 4350c ; Western 4230c. Stock Alar et. Niw Yerk Stocks. Stocks strong. XevembcrSi. A. x. a. M. r. x. r. 7. r. jr. 10:10 11:10 1:W) 30 :ie Meney s$34 ErieK. K u)' 4IJi tl?i Michigan S. L. S....U7' lis HSJi Michigan:Cent. K. U..lie2 111 112; ..'. Chicago Se . W nrn il.j lit: uiucage, ji.xst. i:...iu,r umk u; Han. Ac bt. J. Cem, ,.7 K " P'ld.... 1)1 i Teledo A Wabash.".'" j:"' Ohie Jfc Mississippi. .. ::r St. Leuis. J. M. AS. IC. M Ontario and Western. .'! c. c. a i.:c tl.ll 21 New Jersey Central., se" J Del. A Hudsen Canal. ) M 21 ,r)l S4 Del., Lack. A Western J0' I'.i IWS Western Union Tel...l0lK 101 Wi i-acmc jiau s. s. co.. Manliattan Elevated Union Pacific Kansas A Texas Xew Yerk Central... Adams Kxpresg Illinois Central Cleveland A Pitts... Chicago A KecJc I 17 JS 11 lit KIJS 121" i-"i7s 121 Pittsburgh A t. v.. American U. Tel. Ce. PlIILADELrillA. Stocks steady. Pennsylvania It. K.... PhU'a. A Keading. Lehigli Valley Lchhih X:vit;atien... 21 ?j's 'r'a 21 W .lis; ik'i lUV mi :u-. w--2 21 My. !hr?s "S'H !; :Vi"" isi" 2c; : XerthernPacilic Cem "A " " P'.I . ? Ct'i ritts.,TitusveA 15 .. Xertiieru Central Plill'a A Erie IS. IS... Northern Penn'a . . . . Un. IS. U's of X. .!.... Ilcstonville Pa.s Central Trans. Ce.... 17 is' isifi A. 31 VSEMVXTS. tiaSil FA1K AND I'KSTIVAl. AT' Vili: Ll First Baptist Cluiieh. E:tt Che-.liiut street, commencing THII5SDA1. AOl KM- BEi: IS. and open everv night until the 27th inst. Ailuiisslen 10 cciits. cann Tickets 2" cents. nl7-4td s 2i:i.KCT DANCINiJ ACADrjlY. ACADEMY, MB. ROBERTS' ROOMS, L.VXCnTK!. PA., i'er strictly Piivate lniructieii. class. ai:i:axi'ements-ciiilpi'i;n. Sat unlay Lessen, ler bteps, Ac.,- te." r. m. .Matinee ::ti.'i i ai. L.VD1E.' CLAS.. Saturday Afternoon Uteiivi. Ladic..inil ('eiitlfiueii Irein S te 10 p. nr. 51ute by Plot. T.i ler and Ori'ticlm. TCKMS . Fer 13 Lemens. Mr. Shan': can be ' Stere. n at Woodward'. Music nlT-ttd1 m TlDtit-T HAI.L. .1!1S!II.KI"S lUlHAlIXC. Cntre S'nuarc, lenimeneing MONDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1380. Will be en exhibition tern lew day:, only MAJOR TOT, The Marvelous Midget or Mankind, lined 1.1 years. neiM only I'.,'.; pound.-;, will held levees daily fiem -2 te : aud'7 te il p. in. Admission only Children under L! year. ..1.1 Cts. ..lt " X. I!. Come te the place of exhibition au.l hie miiiim or his clothes and his Jl.iwe miniature coach. iiKMwd T?UTON Ol'I'ltA IIOUM.'. X1 SATURDAY, XOrEMUEK :, ISS0. Mi:. JOHN D. MISIILI'U has thoheuorot preeiiting tlie iliatinguNheil ai tite MAUDE GRANGER, . in her great New Yerk riurefs, out the country, tlii i-easen, ind thieuh- u Ti-, Twe jTigMs Reme' in by A. C. I'tJ.NTE'.C. II . ill be produced -A ith every attention te detail by a very Mreng Company. PI'ICES: l.'alleiy :t5c. Admission .10c, Pariiet 73c., Ki-erveil Seats 91.0(1. at leckerV. nevl.ltd "VPKUA 1IOU.SK. MONUAY, NOVEMBER 22. MR.JOIIN l. MLSIILCRgutr.mtee.sa liist class entertainment in the proilnetionoflt.tit preilnetionoflt.tit proilnetienoflt.tit ley CainpbeU'.s highly hiieeessf ul and brilliant ly humorous Comedy iu i acts, MATRIMONT, l;Y A Sl'PERlOR COMPANY. ACT I. On the Iteuli at Leng Itrnueli. ACTIL f)raving Iloem at Cel. Piny leidr. ACT III. RriMktu-t !i mt Pic'iS-eubiigia'... ACT IV. A l Cel. Phiyferd'h. pricks ::.i, .-e .v; 7.J ;ih. Diagnun at Yeekcr's Uiicc. n is-f td I.MJI.TON UI'KKA ItOUbK. ONE NIGHT ONLY. VLittEsu.Yi', xevi:.iiji:i: m, ih.se. J. K. McOONOL'GH and i'OlIKRT Pl'Ll'OKO. MISS ANNIE PJXLEY, The Cliai-niin Seiig-.ti-e-,s and Aelrc , who lias jn-l c!e- ed a me-st In illiaut eiigagi'tiieiit al. Ih" Ro-len Theatre, crowding Ihe at auill auill leiiuiu every niglit. 2i,iHM peisen. in II per per terniaiieiw, and new cie'.vifiug the Walnut Street Theatre. Philadelphia. wiHi ilellgiiled audienics te wi'm - her rendition of "M'LISS," CHILD OP TH3 SI5R1-A8 111 wlii'-li she will introduce her varied seluc seluc tieiis et .seiig, Dai.ce-and Mediey-. She will be supported by J. C. Mci'oueiight In his famous roll u! Yl'BA I'lLL.ifid a com pany et absolute nn-i It. admission ::.-;, .-fi A..cts. RKSfcRVED hKAT- 7.! Cts. Fer sale nt Opera liens- Oillc. niO ltd rvl'KISA IltHJ.-sK. Thanksgiviiiff Afternoon nnd fiven ing1, Novembor 25. Grand Ladies' and Children's Jl.itlnc! Tiianksiving alternoen. Deers open at I p. m. Performance commences .it 2 p. m. MATINEE PRICKS Children .".If. Adults JOc. Gallery S."c. EVENING PRICES, :55, .10 & 7.ic. Power's Paragon Comedy Company. Reproduction of that very funny Comely, Dlt. CLYDE, With th; s urn: ir.'u.r, JOHN F. WARD.attcr :i run et 2fX) nights in New Yerk, superb C'h t m nes and Aiiinintmeutu. W. II. POWER, Maxaeki:. Reservd bcat- en .sale at Fulton Opi-ra Heuse Ollice. u2n-4til WASTKlt. WANTKD-ti-c, free KVKIU'l'ODY TC ADVKK- et ehanr'i. in tin: Intkllkikm CZK. WIiO wants HOincthing te de. IfrASTKD. A coi.ei;i;i woman iV w wants a situation te 1:0 general house work. Can cook, wa-h, iron and de any kind et house work. Has goe.t lecommeudatien. Apply at this efilce 2t 3.s ct:i.i.Asr.e vs. M ISS .M. K. GILL. TKACHKK Or DICAAV- ing in tlie Girls' High Scheel, wishes te obtain pupils in the various styles of drawing; unit painting. Residence no. :. nest orange street. r u rs allereil and repaired at the same place. ectSMfd VTOVELTIES IN SUAKP PIN.S. THE "BERNHARDT" GREYHOUND PIN UNDERSHIRTS AM) DlCAWEKS, E. J. ERISMAITS, THE SIIIP.TMAKEK. 56 NOBTII UUEEN bTKEtT.