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LANCASCEllDAlLY INTELLIGENCER TUESDAY NOVEMBER 30,1880.
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RELIGIOUS DISCUSSION.
Jew, Infidels, Lutheran and Otlier Ferms
el Keller.
The Intelligencer having printed
what Dr. Grcenwald says about the Jews,
as well as what Gov. Heyt's friends say
about Dr. Grcenwald ; what Mrs. Hop Hep
kins thinks of Angle-Catholicism, and
likewise what Rev. Dr. Knight says abent
his church, its readers and ether people
understand that it considers it the func
tion of a newspaper te provide "entertain
ment and instruction" for its readers and
that " one of our chief aims is te give ex
pression te the current thought of the
community." In accordance with this
idea we lay Iwfere our readers the fel low
ing communications evoked by that pait
of Dr. Grccnawa'ld's sermon which was
published in the Intelligencer :
What an Israelite Thinks.
The uncalled for harangue about pagans
Jews and infidels in Dr. Grccnwald's
Thanksgiving sermon, combined with the
severe reproof of our worthy governor for
emitting "Christian" commonwealth and
substituting "a commonwealth of fiec
men," has excited even outside of Lancas
ter considerable comment.
Had our governor been prompted only by
a respectful demand of Israelites in collect
ing his expression, he would have shown
the magnanimity of a man and of a states
njan, especially. IJut the correction was
made en the suggestion of an attache of
the state department, who noticed that
the expression "Christian commonwealth"
was net as bread as the statute book de
manded. The revci cud gentleman seems te de
light in denouncing any creed outside of
Lutherauism. We remember his attack
against Catholics, in which he was signal
ly defeated. This time he takes the Jews
for his target. Who ceme next ? Alter
having vividly but truthfully eulogized
the lefty state of society in this beautiful
country, the doctor gives te Christianity
alone the credit for this blcssiug. But
why has neL Christianity produced the
same effects ii. thuse European countries
where Christianity has been festcicd for
many hundred years before the discovery
of this country? Why arc the moun
tains of Greece and Italy swarming
with banditti'.' Vhy de we alnvm
daily toad of se much oppression
in Ireland and Russia, and Ueuniauia '.'
Why does even the enlightened German
nation groan under a tee burdensome tax
ation caused by a gigantic standing arm
of soldiers and is ready at any time te
threw her murderous missiles against any
neighboring nation ?
New, doctor, be candid. Has net lib
erty and the wise constitution of this
country by which the rights and privi
leges of all men and women in this coun
try (without distinction of creed) arc
guarded, a shard in producing the happy
state of affairs in this commonwealth ?
Indeed science and art, the invention of
steam engines, telegraph, of instruments
useful te industry anil agriculture, and
last but net least, the free press, are great
faoterB in producing the hnppiuess of our
great country.
Dr. Greenwaid, in cilling Israelites tl.e
"enemies of Christianity," betrays a very
limited, nay, a false conception of the
ideas and'thc character of the Israelites of
our times. The enlightened Israelite fee's
and expresses all due respect for Christ as a
reformer and preclaimcr of brotherly love,
but at the same time he holds tenaciously te
the exhortation of Moses in Deuteronomy
chapter six, verse 4, " Hear, Israel ! tin?
Lead, our Ged, is the one Eternal Bi'i'.ig."
Has the doctor fei gotten that he who
sews the wiud. will earn the whulwiiid?
and would it net be te his congregation's
benefit te interchange ideas with the Hi vj
Docter Wm II. Furncss, who delivered .1
Thanksgiving sermon te Israelites and
Gentiles in a synagogue in Philadelphia ?
Hoping that the doctor will be seen
cured, I remain
A True Israelite.
An Infidel Defender.
The unjustifiable onslaught of Dr.
Grcenwald en pagans, Jews and infidels
has stirred up a storm of indignation
among all righteous-thinking men. Gov.
Heyt, in changing a term in his Thanks
giving proclamation, acted en the advice
of a subordinate, knowing at the same
time that the term "Christian" was
misapplied, excluding all citizens who
happen by birth and bleeding te seem c
the happiness of the hereafter by a diffci cut
method than that followed ami taught by
Lutheran ministers. Ne doubt the
greater part of citizens of this state pi o e
fess te believe in Christianity, but is that
a reason te cxciuue a minority 01 peace
loving and prosperous citizens from jnvhig
thank te the Almighty for the inanr bless-.
ings bestowed upon them ? Ne doubt Dr.
ings bestowed upeu them
Grcenwald assigns our illustrious fellow
citizen, Themas Paine, the front lanl:
among infidels, and yet he did as much for
this country as any single man ever did
for any country, te which the following
testimonial formed by three Christian
gentlemen and taken from the congres
sional records will testily :
"Friday, August 20, 17S5.
"On the report of a committee, oonsist eonsist oensist
ing of Messrs. Gerry, Peitit and King,
te whom was referred a letter of the 18th,
from Themas Paine :
"Resolved, That the early, unsolicited
and continued labors of Mr. Themas
Paine, in explaining and enforcing the
principles of the late Revolution by ingeni
ous and timely publications upon the
nature of liberty and civil government,
have been well received by the citizens of
these states, and merit the approbation
of Congress; and that, in consideration
of these services and the benefits produced
thereby, Mr. Paine is entitled te a liberal
gratification from the United States."'
On October 3, 1783, the treasurer was
ordered te pay Mr. Paine $3,000. Penn
sylvania gave him -JC500, and the state of
New ierk presented him with a farm.
The above I quote only te show the in
tellectual power of "an "infidel," and new
a few words as te his spiritual belief. I
copy from his "Age of Reason' :
"I believe in one Ge-i and 110 mere, and
I hope for happiness beyond this life."
"I believe in the equality of man ; and I
believe that religious duties consist in do
ing justice, loving mercy and endeavoring
te make our fellow creatures happy."
"I de net believe in the creed professed
by the Jewish church, by the Reman
church, by the Greek church, by the Turk
ish church, by the Protestant church, nor
any church that I knew of. My own mind
is my own church."
"All national institutions of churches
whether Jewish, Christian or Turkish, ap
pear te me no ether than human inven
tions, set up te monopolize power and
profit."
Such was the religion of an infidel : be
lief in one Ged, hope for happiness here
after, belief in the equality of man, in
doing justice, loving mercy, and general
geed will toward all mankind. A glorious
religion indeed. A platform bread enough
for all men te unite upon, teach
ings fit te be held up te our
youth for imitation. But as long as
ministers of the gospel will continue te
stir up strife and discord among the differ
ent sects, se long will it be impossible for
such seeds te spring up and ripen. The
germ, however, has taken root and may in
the near future grew, te the discomfiture
of our divines, into a gigantic tree, strong
enough te weather the wintry blasts of
the pulpit orators.
A Disciple op .Themas Paine.
Sheriff Sales.
Sheriff Sti ine te-day posted uphills for
the sale et nine properties en December
18.
COLUMBIA NEWS.
OUR REGULAR CORRESPONDENCE
By a careful count the net receipts of
the festival for the benefit of the E. E.
Lutheran church, closed en Saturday
evening, has been found te be one hundred
and thirty dollars quite a snug little sum
and destined te partially liquidate the
church debt. We understand that a mem
ber of the congregation " went for the In
telligencer correspondent for underest
imating the receipts. We simply said the
receipts "will be no las than," etc., be
lieving it te , be mere pleasant te figure
upward than downward. We were mis
informed in our estimate by a member of
the church high in standing, who was
himself laboring under the misinformation
he crave us. That is all.
The heisting apparatus at S C. Swartz's
ice house is in place, and new they can tug
away at the ice just as well, if net better,
than before the fire.
Sleighing has been given up ; the streets
in the middle are clear of snow.
The show season up te this date has net
been geed and net a single performance
has drawn a paying audience, nor had any
of them given public satislactien.
Rev. C. Clever, former pastor of the
Reformed church, of this place, hut at
present a resident of Baltimore, Md., was
in town this morning.
Skating ea the river, along this shore,
from the coal chutes te Walnut street, is
excellent and this morning a number of
boys were enjoying it all te themselves.
The ice is solid between the two shores, and
this morning several persons walked en it
te Wrightsville. The snow has taken
wintrs and the ice is almost clear of it.
Squire Evans committed a tramp te jail
this morning for drunken and disorderly
conduct.
Company II held its weekly drill last
evening. Corporal Eckman was detailed
te act as first sergeant for the evening.
Miss Anna Mussclman, or Yerk, is
visiting Miss Annie B. Purple.
The thermometer at Black's hotel has a
showing of 35c. The mercury had been
edging at that figure all morning.
Lumber is here for repairs te the plat
form in front of the Pennsylvania railroad
depot. While a portion of of the platform
is geed another portion is completely
worn out and it is te take the place of the
latter that this lumber is te be used.
Four bushels of apples, en a big sled,
wcie scattered this morning at Fourth and
Locust streets by the.upsctting of said sled.
Farmer Henry Wislcr will kill six or
eight hogs te-morrow.
Miss Letitia Gephait, who has been
visiting Mrs. Frank lleclar for some
months, left here this morning for her
home in the state of Ohie.
Samuel Allisen's store room, ou Third
street, with its stock and fixtures, was
sold at public sale thismerning te Alfred
C. Bruuer ; C. Hollingsworth was the
auctioneer. The store-room brought
$275, but we have been unable te learn
what the stock and fixture were sold at.
MT. JOY ITEMS.
Frem Our Regular Correspondent.
Thieves are getting in their work hand
somely in this community. On Friday
night Casscl S: Cling's coal office was en
tered and robbed of three coats, cloves, etc.
A week previous the- Pennsylvania freight
station and en last Tuesday night Marsh &
Cemp's reaper works were broken into and
relieved of some of their contents. At
Mrs. Brcncman's dwelling across the Little
Chiques, en Monday night, various articles
of apparel were stolen, while numerous
ether thefts outside the borough have been
reported.
A fair te commence December 0, will
be held in St. Mary's Catholic chapel.
J. M. Brandt, is shipping two car-leads
of flour te New Yerk, thence the Bel
gium. Detectives are after one of Raphe's
young married men, who eloped with a
single woman.
Readers of the Intelligencer remem
ber the destruction by fire of Landis's old
coach works last fall, and that the works
took lire from a spark from Strickler &
Ce.'s tannery, located close by. Ex-Representative
Summy, of Oregon, this county,
intends te sue the firm for the damage.
Rev. Whitceombe, who was expected
te take charge of the Presbyterian congre
gation yesterday, did net arrive, and in
consequence his parishioners and ethers,
tee, were disappointed.
I Jehn II. Mooney will open a gents' fur
' nishing and clothing store in the room atl-
joining StaufFer's hardware.
I Th'e firemen are making arrangements
t te held a fair sometime this winter, the
1 proceeds te buy a new hose carriage.
,,. ""; el" c """
I Imrc? el Ged gave an entertain ment en
1 he buuday school connected with the
Sntnrilav iiiirlit.
. 0
1 lie merry jingle of the sleijh lull is
1 heard en everv hand.
Everything was coated with ice
ineining and pedestrians will be sere
bruises and broken bones.
this
with
The Costs.
Wc have been requested te furnish as a
matter of considerable general interest the
disposition and the costs in the several
cases of the Lancaster County Medical
seeicty against Dr. C. A. Greene, Jehn
Campbell and Mrs. Harriet J. Sweeney,
for practicing medicine without a diploma
and practicing without a license.
The indictment against Mrs. Sweeney,
charging her with practicing medicine
without a license, was ignored by the
grand jury, county for costs, at the April
term of court.
The indictment charging Jehn Campbell
(the worm doctor) with practicing without
a diploma, was ignored, county for costs.
The indictment charging him witli prac
tising without a license was returned " a
true bill "' by the grand jury, and tried be
fore a petit jury, which returned a verdict
of net guilty, the prosecutors, Drs. Black
wood, Belcnius and Wclchans for costs.
The indictment charging Dr.Greenc with
practising without a diploma was abandon
ed when it was ascertained that he had
been regularly graduated. The indictment
charging him with practising without a
license was returned a '" true bill " by the
grand jury at April sessions. A demurrer
te the indictment was filed April 22 and
overruled by the .court August 14. The
case was brought te trial November 19,
and a verdict of net guilty.ceunty for costs
was taken.
The costs ordered paid by the prosecutors
in the Campbell case have net been paid
the gentlemen named as prosecutors deny
ing that they were in fact prosecutors.
The costs te the county in these several
cases for constables', aldermen's and wit
nesses' fees amount te $39.15, in addition
te the fees te the district attorney, clerk of
quarter sessions, &c, amounting te 830 or
CO mere.
Delegate Elected.
Walter M. Franklin, esq., chairman of
the city councils committee 011 fire en
gines and hese companies and president
of the Humane fire company, has been
elected a delegate te represent said com
pany in the firemen's coaventien, te be
held in Reading en the lGth of December.
Alderman J. K. Barr, of the Thiid
ward, has been elected a delegate te repre
sent the American fire company in the
convention at Reading.
Birthday Party.
Yesterday was the twenty-first birthday
of David Fry and Wm. Shnltze. jr., and
in the evening they entertained a large
number of their freinds at the saloon of
Fred'kWcehrle, en East King street. A
fine supper was served and a geed time
was bad.
Charged THtk Larceny.
Before Alderman Barr, yesterday, David
Esbleman made complaint against Bernard
Short for the larceny of his hogs. Eshle
man's hogs strayed upon Short's premises
and the latter penned them up, advertised
them and then sold them according te law,
banding ever te the squire one-half of the
purchase money for the use of the owner,
the ether half being fsrfeited te Short.
Short gave bail te answer at court.
Paradise Lest audBega edj
Rev. Mr. Tulledge, the Tenerable pas
ter of the Pequca Protestant Lpiscepa:
church, delivered his lecture en "Paradise
Lest and Regained" in the lecture room of
St. Jehn's Episcopal church last evening-
before a reasonably large audience, ine
lecture was a well arranged narrative of
the Bible history of the fall of man
through disobedience and his redemption
through the bleed of Christ. The net
proceeds from the sale of tickets were
about $50.
Again en Fire.
Between 9 and 10 o'clock Last night the
fire at GrefTs warehouse broke out again.
Werd was sent te Chief Engineer Fordney
He sent the Washington fire company te
the warehouse and they extinguished the
fire with a plug sticam. Ne alarm was
made.
The Baptist Fair.
It has been determined te keep the Bap
tist fair open for the balance of this week.
There are still en hand many valuable
articles for sale at a sacrifice.
Amusements.
Agnes Leenard Te-night. The young Eng
lish actress, Miss Agnes Leenard, will appear
In Fulton opera house te-night, In the play et
'Weman's Faith." During her engagement
in Brooklyn, the Eagle, of that elly, says, "the
heuse stcatllly gained from the lint night, and.
before the week ended the audiences were ex
ceedingly large. The piece itself contains
many features In common with accepted and
mere or less succccsf ul plays upon the sumo
theme. ' Weman's Faith ' is a rnucn better
playtlmn many ether a great deal better
known. Miss Leenard is a very graeclul and
pleasing actress, and will before long take a
conspicuous position en the stage.''
LTaverly's, M;.i'reU. Te-morrow evening
Havcrly's big tr.rupe of genuine negre min
strels will eciipy the beard9 et the opera
house. Tuetr.vipe played te immense bus!
ncssinBalti :. ere and Washington, and a no
tice of the performance In the former city,
clipped from the American, has the follewing:
"The curtain rose upon amest beautiful scene,
presenting the foliage and soft atmosphere of
a Flerida river In the distance-, while the
minstrels, with their band, girl choristers and
twenty end men, were ranged In terraces,
one above the ether. One hundred voices Join
ed In the appropriate opening chorus, Down
Upen the Snwanee Klvcr,' the treble voices of
the girls adding a peculiar charm te the gen
eral effect. There was the usual succession of
rollicking Jokes, followed by the soxtetcleg
dnnce, the barnyard roosters, the Blackvllle
Jubilee Singers, Alexander Iiunter In his imi
tations of all descriptions of noises, thocane
brake spectres, and the banjo orchestra, wind
ing np with the laughable sketch of ' Bruddcr
Jenes's Baby,' which kept the andlencc In a
constant rear et laughter till the curtain fell."
Ivyeu want te enjoy
Chill-Chilli bitter-.
perfect health 11-e
Casper Wcltlcl, Ofllcer Ne. 10,
Lancaster, Fa., bavins been ngroatsuftcrerier
years with Kidney disease, requests ui te say
that niter using Day's Kinscr Pad 25 days he
feels better than he has before in fifteen years.
n29-MWAFAw
It you arc troubled with fever ami ague,
dumb ague, bilious fever, jaundice, dyspepsia,
or any disease of the liver, bleed or stomach,
and wish te get well, try the new remedy,
Fref. Guilmette's French Liver Fad. Ask your
druggist for it, and laic no ether, and if he
has net get it, send SI .50 in a letter te the
French Pad Ce., Teledo, O., and receive one
by return mail. C
1 was cured et cramps by using Chill-CIillll
bitter-.
Consumptives gain in llcsb, strength
spirits under a daily use of Malt Bittcrx.
and
jSThe cause ter tne r.nppincss et that man
across the way la that he went te WILLIAM
SOX & FOSTER, SO East King htrcet, Lancas
ter, the ether day, and purchased ene of their
ncltevcrs lble Ove coats, which they are sell
ing at prices ranging from 813 te $20. He gives
yen geed advice when he fells you te go ami
see them. nevlOtfd
Use Chlll-Chilla bitters ler dyspepsia.
Fer the lip thcre is no brightness.
Fer the teeth thcre is no whiteness.
Where SOZODONT has get no .place :
But theso who use It, knew rait well,
Hew blight and beautiful the spell
It threw o'er man or woman's face.
n2Mwdced.tw
Fragrant with dcliclens flower odors and
healing balsams Cuticum Seap.
Chill-Chilli bitters uie the ene cei fain cure
for less of appetite.
special NOTICES.
SAMPLE NOTICE.
It ! Impossible for a woman after a faithful
course of treatment with I.ydla K. Plnkliam s
Vegetable Compound te continue te sutler
with a weakness et the uterus. Unclose a
stamp le Mrs. Lydia K. Plnkliam, 233 Western
avenue. Lynn, Mass., for pamphlets.
jy29-lydeedAw
" Beware of PicKrecKETS," n sign which we
often sec in public places Is the greatest help
which these llght-llngcred gentry have, ler
the unwary generally dap 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 thsn the
thief who simply steals one's puree arc these
insidious coughs and colds that steal our
health and comfort, yet are se quickly and cer
tainly cured by Dr.Brewning's C.tC. Cordial.
All druggists sell it. Dr. Brewnimr. Proprie
tor, 1117 Arch Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
n2-lwd&w
Speer's Pert Grape Wine.
This article of American Wine it highly
esteemed by the best physicians in this coun
try. The tollewing is a testimonial we saw
from the New Yerk Hospital. We publi-h it
for the Information et our readers :
New Yebk, Xev. 14.
I am using Speer's Pert Grape Wine and llnd
it te be an excellent tonic and gcntle stimu
lant, and as such I believe it preferable te tiic
commercial Fert, and all ether wines, as It pos
sesses their tonle properties without tin? dele
terious ctlect caused by their impurities. It is
also very palatable, and this Is a recommenda
tion te many, especially lcmales.
S. S. HAltr.is, Mj D., N'.TY. Hospital.
This is an excellent article for family use,
and for females, and is endorsed by Drs. At lee
and Davia, and for sale bv II. E. Slaymaker.
nl5-2wd&-v
Alalarlal Fever.
Malariul Fevers, constipation, torpidity or
the liver and kidneys, general debility, nerv
ousness and neuralgic ailments yield readjly
te this great disease conqueror. Hep Bitters.
It repairs the ravages et disease by convert
ing the feed into rich bleed, and It gives new
lite and vigor te the aged and infirm always.
See Proverbs" In ether column.
ni.V2wdJtw
Mothers! Mothers:! Mothers!!!
Are you .disturbed at night and broken el
your rest by a sick child, suffering and crying
with the excruciating pain et cutting teeth?
It go, go at once andgetabottleerMUS. W1NS
LOW'S SOOTHING SYRUP. It will relieve the
peer little sufferer Immediately depend upon
It; there Is no mistake about It. 1 here is net a
mother en cart h 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 ceses, and pleas
ant te the ta.-te, and is the prescription et one
el the eldest and best female physicians ur.d
nurses iu the United Stiices. Sold everywhere
23 cents a bottle. filT-lvdAwM.W&S
The remedy that will cure the many diseases
peculiar te women is Warner's Sate Kidney
and Liver Cure. Mether's Magazine. 5
XMW ADTXMTBEMXNTS.
EDW J.
Manufacturing Jeweler, Zahm's Cerner,
Tilings In enr
Beautiful and Durable Christmas Gifts.
WATCHES, DIA3IOND3,
CLOCKS, SILVERWARE,
SPECTACLES, JEWELRY,
GOLD 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,
FINE CIGAR SETS,
BACOARET VASES.
ALL THE3E AND MAX!' MORE AX
ZAHM'S CORNER,
!5
GOODS FOR THE HOLIDAYS!
WATCHES.
Ladies' Geld Chatelaine Watches, Ladies' Geld Stem-Windiur Monogram Watches,
Gentlemen's Geld Watches in plain, fancy or box-jeintlcases. Ladies' Nickel Chate
laine watches, Ladies' biiver Unatelaine Watches, Uentlemen's silver Watches, Pen
men's Watches, with luminous dials.
CLOCKS.
French Clocks in marble, bronze, emerald or gilt cases, with silver bell or cathe
dral strike.' Toilet Clocks, Office Clocks, Nickel Clocks, Weeden Clocks in great
variety.
JEWELRY.
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 and Charms, Ladies and Gen
tlemen's long and short Chains, Sleeve Buttone and Links, Studs, etc., etc.
SILVERWARE.
Tea Sets, Tete-a-Tcte Sets, Dessert Sets, EpergnesvlflMit Dishes, Casters, Cake
Baskets, Pitchers, Toilet Sets, Jewel Cases, Card Standi, Ink Stands, Decanters, Cigar
uexes, tobacco Bexes, Match isexes, JNapkm KmflKHpres, Ferks, Spoons, Ladles,
etc.. etc., etc. Islc
&C. &C. &C.
Bronze Statuettes, Bronze Mantel Ornaments, Vases, &c. Musical Bexes, Oil Paint
ings, Opera Glasses, Geld Pens, Pencils and Picks, Geld and Silver Head Canes, &c.
All the ahove enumerated articles and many ethers will he found in our stock
iu ;;i eat variety from the lowest priced te the finest.
H. Z. BHOADS & BRO., Jewelers,
Ne. 4 West King Street.
DEATHS.
Potts. In Strnsbura borough, en the 29th
Inst , Mrs. Jeseph Potts, In the 00th year of her
age.
The relatives and friends et the family nre
respectfully invited te attend the funeral,
from her son's residence, Washington Heuse,
Strasburg borough, en Wednesday at 2 o'clock
p.m. Interment at Strasburg cemetery, ltd
Paxxaeeckkh. At Lltllz, Ien the 27th Inst.,
Jesse Pannubeckcr, esq., aged 75 years.
The relatives and lrlcnds of the family are.
respectfully Invited te attend the funeral from
his late resilience, in Lttltz, en Wednesday,
December 1, 1SS0, at 0 o'clock. Interment at
Pannubeckcr meeting house, in Clay town
shin. 2td
XernsE. On the 14th Inst., at Xew Albany.
Ind., Maggie Fahncsteck Xeurse, daughter et
the late Geerge Fahncsteck, formerly of this
city.
-Vt'll' ADVERTISEMENTS.
yOKK STATK APPLES.
OXK THOUSAND BARRELS In stare and
sellinglew te dealers, at
nevSO-Std MILLER A HARTMAN.
TEST
N the place for the cheapest anil the best
WINES, LIQUORS,
Axn
GROCERIES.
Ne. 2f WEST KINO STREET.
w
OT COFFEE t
HOT LEMONADE I !
HOT GINOERADE ! 1!
FIVE CENTS A CUP.
Drawn lrem Frey'a Het Seda Feuiltaln.
Try it. At
PREY'S CITY PHARMACY,
NORTH OCKKN ST., CORN Kit OKANtJE,
Lancaster.
TAtiS!
RAGS! ! KAGs! ! !
JLi Wanted,
5.000 lbs. of extra nice Carret
Rags. I will Rive 7c..8c. and 9c. per pound In
cash and 8c.. 9c. and 10c. per pennd In trade, ut
II. S. SHIRK'S CARPET HALL,
ltdAw 202 West King street.
nOUSEKEEPEKS, TAKE NOTICE I 1
feel confident my old customers will net
sen their cotton and woolen rags, zinc, gum
shoes, brass, Ac, te ether parties. A.l that
von have save for me. W hen you are ready te
dispene of such articles drop me a postal card.
It will cn-t but one cent.
JACOBP.SniRK,
11: 0 3td T40 Poplar St., Lancaster.
A YOUNG MAN, WHO HAS HAD CONe
slderablc experience in shipping ami re
ceiving goods, would like te have a position.
Have reference from last employers. Address,
statlngfpartlcnlars, wages, etc.
SHIPPER,
1 td Bex 33, Lancaster P. O.
" BOOTS AND SHOES.
105
GO TO
F. IIIEMENZ'S,
105
Ne. 105 North Queen street for the Cheapest
and Best BOOTS AND SHOES.
IOu Sign or the Bl Shee. 100
126-3AWtfd
T? 4 CV BOOTS. SHOES AND LAST
JtliAO X made en a new principle, lnsur
ing comfort for the feet.
ryt "H,C! Lasts made te order.
15UU-LO MILLER,
tebU-tfd 133 East King street
105
LADIES AND GENTS
It you want a
105
GOOD FITTING BOOT OR SHOE,
Kea',ymade or made te order, call at
F. HTEMENZ'S,
Ne. 105 North Queen Street,
Custom Werk n Specialty. leaKSAWt
UOP BITTERS.
TRUTHS.
Hep Hitters are the Purest and Best
Bitters ever made.
They are compounded lrem neps, Bnchu,
Mandrake and Dandelion, the eldest, best,
unit most valuable medicines in the world
and contain all the best and most curative
properties of all ether Bitters, being the great-e-t
Bleed Purifier, Liver Regulator, and Lire
and Health Restoring Agent en earth. Ne dis
ease or ill health can possibly ng exist where
these Bitters ure used, se verted -and perfect
are their operations.
They give new lite andYigirte the aged and
infirm. Te all whose employments cause Ir
regularity et the bowels or urinary organs, or
who require nn Appntizer, Tonic and mild
Stimulant, these Bitters arc invaluable, being
highly curative, tonic and stimulating, with
out intoxicating.
Ne matter what your feelings or symptoms
are, what the disease or ailment is, use Hep
Bitters. Don't wait until you are sick, but it
you only reel bad or miserable, use the Bitters
at once. It may save your lite. Hundreds
have been raved by se doing. 49SSOOC
will be paid for a case they will net euro or
help.
De net suflcryourselfer let your friends sut
ler, but use and urge them te use Hep Bitters.
Remember, Hep Bitters is no vile drugged,
drunken nostrum, but the Purest and Best
Medicine ever mede: the "Invalid's Friend
and Hepe," and no person erfainily should be
without them. Try the Bitten te-day.
Hep Bitters MannuictHrlng Company,
Rochester, New Yerk, and Terente, Ontario.
nevMvdMWFAw
E9
STATE OF JANE EWING, LATE OF
1 Lancaster citv. deceased. Letters of ad
ministration en said estate having been grant
ed te the undersigned, all persons indebted
thereto arc requested te make Immediate pay
ment, and these having claims or demands
against the same, will present them without
delay for settlement te the undersigned, re
siding in Lancaster. Pa.
ELIZABETH ELLIOTT,
JOSEPH WILFONG,
Administrators.
I . L. Stei smktz, Att'y. e23 Ctdeaw
Lancaster, Pa.
stock that make
LANCASTER, PA.
ENTERTAINMENTS.
TUIrON OFEKA 11UU.SK.
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1880.
The Talented and Beautiful Yeung English
Actress,
AGNES LEONARD,
supported by FRANK M. CHAPMAN'S super
ior Dramatic Company. In the Grand Original
ilemantlc Drama, In tour acts, by Walter K.
Fitzhenry, entitled
WOMAN'S FAITH ;
Or, OREGON IAN LIFE IN '55.
SYNOPSIS: ACT I The Ferncllflc Heine-
! stead. The Plot and Counter Plot. ACT II
The Canen Uead. The Murder and Death Leap.
ACT III The Canen Kead bv Moonlight. The
Defenseless. "Weman's Faith. ACT IV Tab-
; lean 1. The Willamette Klver bv Daylight.
Judge Lynch vs. Civil Justice. Tableau i
, The Willamette Klvcr bv Moonlight.
1 Admission. 75. SO and 25 cts. Keservcd Seats.
75 cts ; ut Opera Heuse Oflice.
n27-.;td
inULTON OPERA HOUSE.
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 1.
MR. JOHN D. MISHLER has the pleasure of
presenting UAVERL1 'S COLOSSAL
COLORED CARNIVAL
AXD OBSCISE
COLORED MINSTELS
J.II.HAVERLY, PnorntETea.
W.H. BISHOP Manaeek.
100 COLORED PEKFORMERS. 100
Uproarious, Refined, Unequalled.
The Greatest First Tart, with 20 END MEN,
ever seen.
An Original Second Part et peculiar planta
tion FEATURES, e.icha Conspicuous Novelty.
A Brilliant and Dazzling Display !
THE GREAT "FREE-FOR-ALL"
EXHIBITION DRILL PARADE
en the prominent streets, day of performance.
Prices as usual. Reserved Seats at Yccker's.
n23-3td
run sale.
T7 OR SALE.
J? A two-sterv BRICK HOUSE, with two
story Brick Back Building attached, situate at
Ne. 920 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,
nev!3-tfd Ne. 23 North Onccn street.
WANTED.
WANTED. .EVERYBODY TO ADVEK
tlsc, free of charge, in the Istklliekm
xr. who wants semetninir te de.
WANTED TWO OR THREE TINSMITHS
Will give them steady work this winter
te meke Tobacco Steamers. Apply immediate
ly at JACOB FOOSE'S.
neT2G-2td Ne. 13t East King Street.
TOTICE.
i.1 1 hereby notify the public In general that
1 employ no person te purchase rags, old metal.
Ac., ler me. I will net 00 responsible for these
representing themselves as my agents, as I de
all my own buying. if. C. SHIRK.
nffl-lwd
TA1 SSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.
The partnership hcrctofereexisting between
H. C. Shirk & Bre., dealers in Rags and Metal,
has this day been dissolved by mutual con
sent. II. C. Shirk will centinne the business
at the corner of Arch and Marien allcv.
J. P. sniRK,
nevftMtd H. C. SHIRK.
OVERCOATS!
Closing out at agreatrednctien our inunene
line of Novelties in Overceating".
Fur Beavers,
Seal Skin,
Elysiaxi;
Mentanak,
Ratina and
Chinchillas.
All the New and me-t Desirable Styles
STOCKANETTS,
IN NEW COLORS AND CHOICE STYLES
Why net leave your order at onceanu secure
an Elegant. Stylish, Well Made and Artistic
Cut Garment as low as 820.
A LARUE LINE OF CHOICE
Mb id ttb Suite,
AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES,
-AT-
J.KSMAT.TNCr'S,
THE ARTIST TAILOR,
121 N. QUEEN STREET,
THIRD EDITION
TUESDAY EVENING, NOV. 30, 1880.
WEATHER INDICATIONS.
Washington, D. C, Net. 30. Fer the.
Middle Atlantic states, lower barometer,
stationary or higher temperature, northerly
winds, shifting 'te easterly or southerly,
clear or; partly cloudy , weather, followed
by increasing cloudiness.
m , , -
PARDEE HALL.
The Literary Festival aEastOB Te-day.
EA6TON, Pa., Nev. 80.-?The re-dedlca-tien
of Pardee ball' took place this morn
ing at 11 o'clock in the presence of an im
mense throng of people. Mr. R. B. Hayes,
General Sherman, Secretary Bamsey,
Postmaster General Maynard, with many
ethers, arrived en a special train from
Philadelphia at 10:45 a. m., and were
escorted te the college grounds,
ing through crowds of peeple
pass
who gathered te welcome the party.
The public school children also greeted
the distinguished visitors. Professer F.
A. March, of Lafayette college, delivered
an address en the subject of ""Building
and apparatus of a modern college." Gov.
Heyt and Arie Pardee were also present.
Hayes held a reception from 1 te 2 p. m.
A HOHttlBLE TRAGEDY.
A Bastardy Crime of a Drunken Husband
Farmland, Intl., Nev. 30. Last night
William Barnes, who bad all day been
drinking and quarreling with every ene he
met, especially with his family, took np
a deuble-barreled shotgun, and while
his wife was sitting with her babe in
her arms, shot her through the head, kill
ing her instantly. He was arrested and
taken te Winchester. He says the slr.it
was accidental. He cams near sheeting
her once before, when he was drunk, with
the same weapon.
HONORS TO HANLAN.
His Tuwnpeeple Celebrating fats Triumph
Terente, Nev. 30. At a meeting of the
city councils last night a deputation advo
cated the claims of Edward Hanlan te be
presented with the freedom of the city. A
motion te relieve the champion of all tents
or taxes en his hotel during his life was
freely discussed. While all were favor
able te the motion its legality was ques
tioned. The mayor in consequence added
a clause providing for special legislation.
SOUTH FACIF1C SAVAGES.
They Murder Several Jtrlllsn Seamen.
Londen, Nev. 80. The. admiralty have
received a telegram confirming the report
of the murder of the commander and six
men of her majesty's schooner Gandley,
at the Solemon Islands, in the Seuth
Pacific. The party were attacked while
some of them were bathing. A party
from the schooner then landed, recovered
the bodies and destroyed the village,
losing ene seaman killed ami one wounded.
A man-of-war will proceed te the island.
Striking iMners.
Chicago, Nev. 30. The coal miners at
Bloomington, 111., te the number of 1C0
have struck for an advance of 25 per cent,
in their wages.
Flre at Highland. Wis.
A dispatch from Galena, Ills., reports
the less by lire at Highland, a zinc and
lead mining town in southern Wisconsin,of
$10,000 worth of property, including four
stores and three dwelling houses. The in
surance is 84,900.
300 Out of Employment.
Westen Out., Nev. 30. The woolen
mills owned by Oliver Welby & Ce., of
this place, were burned this morning. The
fire is supposed te have started .from a
belt becoming heated. The less and in
surance arc net yet known. About 300
employees are thrown out of employment.
iMxr and Order In England.
Londen, Nev. 30. A large force of po
lice, accompanied by infantry and artillery,
proceeded te New Pallas at 7 o'clock this
morning te quell the disturbance there.
The jury in the case of Philip Callan,
charged with libelling A. 31. Sullivan,
after a half hour's deliberation, te-day re
turned a verdict of guilty.
Ne Change In Ceal.
Philadelphia, Nev. 30." The Decem
ber circulars for the line and city coal
trade of Uie Philadelphia & Reading coal
and iron company were issued this morn
ing. They make ue change in present
prices.
frozen te Death.
PETERswrna, Va., Nev. 30. The body
of William Robinson, colored, has been
found in a weeds in Prince Geerge county,
where it is supposed he was frozen -te
death last Saturday.
Jlleck Burned.
St. Paul, Minn., Nev. 30. A tire at
Minneapolis, yesterday, destroyed the
Jacoby block, involving a total less of
825,000.
Heath el a Congressman-Elect.
Littleton, N. II., Nev. 30. Evarts
AAT. Farr, M. C. died at his home here this
morning of pneumonia.
E STATK OF HENRY GUNDAKEK, LATE
of Lancaster city, deceased. Letters et ad
ministration en said estate having been grant
ed te the undersigned, all persons indebted
therte arc requested te make immediate pay
ment, and tbese having claims or demands
against the same, will present them without
delay ler settlement te the undersigned, resid
ing in Lancaster city.
SARAH E. GUNDAKEK.
Hit. GEO. R. WELCUANS,
Wm. R. Wilsex, Administrator.
A. C. Keineehl,
Attorneys. novl3-Ctdeaw
INSTATE OFHON. THADUECS STEVENS,
J late or Lancaster city, deceased. The nn
dcisigncd Auditors, appointed te distribute
the balance remaining iu the hands or Edwanl
McPherson, A. E. Reberta and the late O. J.
Dickey, executers or last will or said testator,
te and among these legally entitled te the
same, will sit ler that purpose en TUESDAY,
the 21st day or DECEHUKR, 1880, at 2 o'clock
ft. m., in the Library Roem of the Court Heuse,
n the city of Lancaster, where all persons in
terested iu paid distribution may attend.
WILLIAM LEAMAN.
J. HAY BKOWN,
SIMON F. EBY,
wSMtdeuw Auditor?.
TOUACCO RUYERS' BOOKS
TOBACCO BUYERS' BOOKS
TOBACCO BUYERS' BOOKS
RECEIFT BOOKS
RECEIPT BOOKS
RECEIPT BOOKS
SAMPLE TAGS
SAMPLE TAGS
SAMPLE TAGS
PRINTED IN THE BEST STYLE
PRINTED IN THE BEST STYLE
FEINTED IN THE BEST STYLE
AT SHORT NOTICE PRICES REASONABLE
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AT SHORT NOTICE PRICES REASONABLE
AT THX
ATTH
at TUB
INTELLIGENCER OFFICE
INTELLIGENCER OFFICE
INTELLIGENCER OFFICE
n2Mfd
XAMKXTS.
Maw xerkMarKet.
Nw Yerk. November 30. Fleur State anil
Western without decided change: very med.
orate expert and home trade demand ; Su
perflne, state J39O04 50: extra de at 9
frlria..,5neaee efs 3085W: fancy de at
$5530650; roundhOepOlUof3305 73: choice de
at 5806 50 j superfine western Sl90jt 50;
oesaason te geed extra de $4 908530; cheicw
de $5 33416 75 ; choice whlte 'wheat de S3 15
65 50 ; Soothers, quiet ; common te fair extra,
$3406590: geed te choice de $3959723.
Wheat shade better and moderately active :
Ne. 1 White, Jan.. $1 22J : de Feb. $1 23 ; Ne. 2
8MMS825 aeJa,l"$l25ia6-
Cern ;9ic better and quiet; Mixed west
ernspeu 67&aKc; de tuture, 6laar;c.
Oats shade stronger 1S0. 2 Jan., e4&Kcr
8tate 43650c ; Western 43351c
FtUladeipiua Market.
PxiLAMBvraiA. Nev. SO. Fleur bin cw held
logoff; auperane at $3 2393 73; extra at
$4 0004 50; Ohie nnd Indiana family $5 759
6 25; Penn'a tamily $ 2535 75 : St. Loul
family 600rt650: Minnesota family 3 233600;
de pateat $6 128173: Winter patent $7 003
8 00 ; Spring de $7 23Q3 23.
Kye n enr at $3 50Q3 37.
Wheat firmer bntqniet; Ne. 2 Western Red
$120; Penn'a. Red $1 lSl 2-J; Amber 113
6120.
Cern dull and weak; steamer. S3c; ycl
low, new. 57c ; old C3c ; mixed. 5tig37c.
Oats quiet bnt and e 1 sler; Ne. 1 Whlte
46e ; Ne. 2 de 43c; Ne. 3 de 4lc;Ne. 2 Mixed
42c.
Bye quiet at 98c.
Previsions quiet, Jobbing fair ; m(s perk.
Old. $140031450; new, $1350: beet hums$i?S0;
Indian mess beet at 913 00 ; B-tcen smoked,
shoulders 5J6c : salt de 5!.,iic : smoked
bams 9KSW)ic; pickled hautS9Kc for old
and new.
Lard euster; city kettle nt 0c: loose
bulehcrV Sc; prime steam $ftg9 us.
Butter llrmcr; Creamery uxir.i 3l$35c;
de geed te choice 30$3Sc; B. C. andN. .vx .vx
trazgasec; Western reserve extra !i$2ic:
de geed te choice 16fi20c: Uells firm: cheice
scarce: Penn'a Fstra 2123c ; Western Keservn
extra 2224.
Eggs scarce and firm; Penn'a Extra S2e ;
Western Extra JDgS'Jc.
Clicesc market quiet but prices dull ;
New Yerk lull cieuiii at 13c; Western
rail cream at Ktf$l5a: de fair te geed at
H912c; de half sKini- and Pcnu'it. skims at
Petroleum dull ; rcilnml at P'ic
Whisky nt$t 15.
Seeds Geed te prime clever steady at $7 25
&750; Timethy nominal ; Flaxieu-l dull ut
$1 30. '
stuck AinrKer.
Naw Yerk Stocks.
Stocks weak.
November SO.
A. M. A. ST. r. k. r.
11-JO 11:23 1:15
m. v. x
S13 3:t'tf
ErieK.lt. ? WiZ. 4Gi 4.?i ,'H' ....
Michigan S. ,t L.S.... 121 122' 122 121
Michigan Cent. R. R..H33J ii:s 113 ....
Chicago &N.W 12S 129 I2!i; 127J ....
xyiucim", -m X 01. i-...iiv;a iiir;, jiu iu-.f
Han. A St. J. Cem 43
42!i
Vi
1
4
4 . F'ld.... 027r
Teledo Wabash."."."." 415?
Ohie A Mississippi. .. SC
St. Leuis, I. M. A S. IE.. 7ii
Ontario and Western. SO-'i!
C. C. A I. C. R. R 11H-5
New Jersey Central.. 79
5h
41 ....
xn; ....
47J ....
3uy2
19J ....
77'i
42
mi
43v'i
V.
Del. A Hudsen Canal. &9l
a';-
s:.v
asy:
Del.. Lack. A WestemllOU 103;: 103i Vti'x, .
Western Union Tp1. tUTZ t!3.? jv en?: .
Western Union Tel.
Pacific Mell S. 8. Ce.
teji
1U9Z
92'4
M.
nya
y
i,b
Munbattan Elevated
union Pacific
Kansas AtTcxns
.1(10
100 Xfii
3' :
.... 143'4
.... 117i
.... 1KUJ
123
".". 121
new 1 eric central
Adams Express
Illinois Central
Cleveland A Pitts
Chicago A Reck I
Pittsburgh A Ft. W
American U. Tel. Ce
Philadelphia.
Stocks firm.
Pennsylvania R. It.... ;2
Phil'a. A Reading..... 2.
Lehigh Velley 57
Lehigh Navigation... 33;
Northern Paeltic Cem .13
" F'd . dill
cm
24K
MX
3?S
32J
1
43'4
2T3
07
53Ji
S5!4
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57
32?i,
i2Ji
VJli
Pitts., Titusv'cA B...
Northern Central ....
Phil'a A Eric R. R...
Northern Penn'a .. . .
Un.lLU'rt efN.J....
Hestenvllle Pass
Central Trans. Ce....
ftji v.i a i-,., .
l!i h!2 1! WA V
UK
43'X
.u i
54
54
182
20
49
vux
18i
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20
Lecal stocks and Bends.
Far
vul.
Last
sal
$I00.2:
103
114
118.75
120
105
1115
3.23
47.?5
51
51
:;
.
::i
23
85
IS
273.25
40.15
101
131;
102.Ui
Lanc.Clty 8 per ct. Lean, due 1SS0. .
" ' 1832..
" " 1883..
" " ISM..
" " 1895..
" 5 per ct. in 1 or 30 years.
Lane, and Qunrryv'e It. 1 J. bend...
" " " stock...
.$1011
. 100
. 100
. 100
. 100
. 100
. 100
Lancaster and Ephruta turnpike... 25
Lanc.Eiizabctht'u andMiddlet'n.. iw
Lancaster and Frultvillc turnpike. .V
Lancastcrand LItltz turnpike 25
Lancaster and Maner turnpike.... .vi
Lancaster and Jlanlieini turnpike. 23
Lancastcrand Marietta turnpike.. -i".
Lane, and New Helland turnpike
Lane, and Strasburg turnpike.
Lane, and Susquehanna turnpike..
Lane, and Willow Street turnpike.
Farmers' Nut. Bunk et Lancaster...
lim
i
ail
'if
50
First Nat. Bank of Lancaster 1W
Lancaster County Nat. Bank 50
Inanlrer Printing Ce Ml
Lnnc.Ges Light and Fuel Ce. stock. 23
" ' IkiiiiIs. IiM
Cattle Market.
Monday, Nev. 29. The receipts fir beeves
at the West Philadelphia yard ler p:ist week
were 3,S00 bead; North Philadelphia yard.
900 bead. Total, 4,700 bead. Previous week
3,700 head.
Beer cattle During the past week the mar
ket was Inactive OMatrrem !4c te i'c lower en
the common gradcsixtni cattle, u bid: worn
net plentiful, were g-'c lower.
Dressed beeves weru lulrlv active. Jehn II.
Menns A Bre. sold 221 head Western Pennsyl
vania and Western Virginia ut 57Me ier
pound.
Bulls and cows were dull en account of l!m
heavy receipts, and prices were Jig.'c low
er.
Calves were uctie and prices were well
maintained.
Fresh cows were less active and prices de
clined $3 per head.
We quote Extra at 5SCc; geed, .VifjSc :
medium 4fJ3Jic;comineii,3Jl,c; bulls mid
cows, 23c; calves 57c; tresli cows, $20
30 ; dressed beeves, 53c
BALES AT TUB WKST lMIlLADELrillA VAl:l.
Head.
250 Reger Maynes, Western, gres, 4J,'Stfie.
57 Owen Smith. Western, account et L.
Bewcn ; 59 W-st Va., account r Kllcn-
ger A Seymour ; 80 West Va., account of
W. II Hicks, gross, 4g5?i
223 E.S.AB. F. McFlllen, Wistern, gross, VJQ
6c.
23ti A. A J. Christy, Western, gross, V&5,c.
100 Ulman A Lehman Bres., Ohie, account et
Lehmmnn A Sevmenr ; 100 We-t Va., ac
count or R. F. Frater:4S West Vn., ac
count or Win. Lynn : 51 Kentiickluns,
account or Dicksen A Ress ; 7-1 Western,
account or Levi Sensc-nlg, gross, 3i
IS James Clcmson.Delawarc.aeceuiit et Jes.
Brown ; 11 Pennsylvania, account 01'
Justus Dunn ; 12 West Va., account or
31. Ulman, gross, 4JiK.
100 Jehn McArdle, fceiilh Ohie, grnfcs 4Jiigi;c.
134 Daniel Murphy, West Pennsylvania, and
Ohie, gross, 4)45c.
284 Lewenstcln A Aillcr. Western Pa, nnd
W. Va., gross, 3J$5.
2H0 G. Schaniberg A Ce., Western l'n., and
Ohlo.gress. 4JiCJie.
149 chambers A Paul, Western, grogs, ifj.c.
114 F. Scheelz, Western and West Vu., account
et B. Dersey ; 10 Ohie, account or L. Zan
ders; 10 Ohie, account et Adam Revel,
gross, 3J443ic
20 H. Chain, jr.. Western, account or Scliatu
lienr A Pant ; 21 Western, own account ;
21 Western, account et J. F. Sadler A CV..
gross, 35c.
GO Daniel SuiythA Bie., mixed own account,
40 W. Penn'a. account Jeseph Keener,
21 W. Va account II. Seymour, .giess,
45Jc.
75 LeuisHern, West Va. and Chester county,
gross, 34c.
31 Abe Ostheim, West Pa., gross, 44c.
19 S. Dreifus, V cstcrn, gross 4&4-jc.
100 31. Levi, West Va., gross, 43e.
90 James Anil, Western, gross, itiS)i,c.
23 11. Chain. Western, gross, 3;4c.
50 James Eustace, Western u., gicrfs, 3
4Kc.
133 Bachman & Levi. Chester county and
West Va., own account; 14 Ohie, account
S. Budd ; 20 West Va., account Reynolds
A Flndley ; 10 Chester county, account
J. Lemen, gross, 35Jic
14 P. Hathaway, Chester county, 3Q0c.
15 Henry Miller. Western, gross, 5ffic.
Sheep and lambs. The receipts were : West
Philadelphia yards 5,000 head; Hesienville,
400 : North Philadelphia, 1,050 ; Total ler thr
week, 11,150 ; previous week, 8,200.
The market during the past week was rather
inactive en account of the large supply of
poultry, which is selling at low rates, and
prices or all grades or sheep anil lambs were a
rrai'tlen lower, but few extra sheep wt re in the
market.
We quote Extra at 5ffi5c : geed, 43c ;
medium, 44&c ; ftUr, ySy ; common,
3ie4Jic: culls, 33e. ; Luuibs, 4SCc.
Samuel Stewart selu (Ueheud el drevsed sheep
at6S7Jic ,
Hogs The receipts were: Total for the
week 8,300 head. West Philadelphia yards,
WOO bead ; ether yards, 1,400 head. Previous
week 7,500 head.
The market during the past week was fairly
acttlve and priees w ere about the iame as last
reported.
We auote extra nt Gtfic : geed, at 614
6-c : medium (QGc ; common tic.
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