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LANCASTER DAILY INTELLlGENCJElt, FRIDAY! JANUARY 2, 1880.
THE l-ASli OF LOVK.
Its FlameBnrnlnR Brightly Alter a Lapse of
Last evening at tlic parsonage of the
Presbyterian church by Rev. Jas. "i.
Mitchell, Emmer C. Jeffries and Martha
C. Hanway, both el Chester county, were
united in the l.ely bends of matrimony.
The happy bridegroom is C"i years of age
and his blushing bride is 02. Besides the
mature years of the high contracting par
ties te the alliance there are ether features
that give te the event an interest even
gi cater than that which usually attaches
te the tying of the nuptial knot. Forty
Jive years age the present bride and groom
were devoted levers in the full vigor
of youth, burning with the
ardent affection that is character
istic of the period of adolescence, and
the ceuitship gave every premise of a
happy termination in the union of the two
young lives. Peets sing, and philosophers
teach, and stern experience frequently
proves, that tlie course 01 true love runs
iut with unrippled smoothness, and in this
ease the old saw was verified. The young
levers drifted apart, and the old story was
re-enacted, the finis written, and the vol
ume clasped forever te all appearances,
lie married a wife in this city in 1&)9, and
s"ie gave her hand te another suitor. Chil
dren were born unto both of them and the
past, though it may net have been entire
ly blotted from the book e remembrance,
was as a dream that is ever. Years rolled
swiftly by, and our here's wife sickened
.and died. Obeying the apostolic injunc
tion that it is net well for man te be alone,
he chose unto himself another helpmeet,
and the years continued te glide smoothly
by, and honors and reward came te crown
a useful career. A second bereavement
came te the husband, and he was again a
widower. In the meantime our heroine,
the girl sweetheart of the early part of
this re'ii.iutic narrative, had, by a dispen
sation of providence, been called upon te
assume the widow's weeds, and late
in years, when the golden sun
set tints were beginning te streak
the horizon of their lives, the
levers of nearly half a century before found
themselves alone and far apart, yet with
the subtle power of p.isthappyassoeiatiens
attracting each te the ether with a force
that was irresistible. He it came te pass
that after the lapse of forty-live years,
during which period each had married and
raised families, the old flame was fanned
into new life anil found plenty of mutual
love te feed upon ; and hew could our re
mance have a nicer ending than in the
quiet little ceremony performed in the par
sonage parlor last evening, with the princi
pal actors back te their first love, in the
premise of many years of future happi
I'anteiiilinc anil Variety Slmw.
The audience te sec Zanfrctta's panto
mime and specialty company last evening
was large in the upper part of the house,
while down stairs it was small. The per
formance was the same as that given in
the afternoon. It opened with the old
.sketch, "A Quiet Night's Best." Minnie
Gough, a fair serio-cemic, pleased the gods
.se well that she was iccallcd three times.
The song and dance of Geyer and Mackie
was very clever, although the young men
sire new te the stage. Bernard McCreddie
played skillfully en instruments of almost
every kind and the tunes were the latest
of the day. The brother act of the Three
MiliK was very geed and all of them are
expert fumbles. The Ski-Hi brass
band man was very funny, as was the
sketch entitled ''The Skeleton Witness."
The performance concluded with the pan
tomime of ''Santa Claus,"' with Alex.
Zanfrctta as clown, Tem Vance as panta
loon, Frank Zanfrctia as harlequin, and ,
Flera Zanfretta as Columbine. The
tricks were geed and the performance of
Alex. Zanfretta en the tight rope was
jdinply wonderful. The troupe went back
te Philadelphia this morning, as it was
only organized for a trip through the
Eastern towns during the holidays. They
were under the management of AAr. Gil Gil
mere, of the Grand Central, Philadelphia.
The Colored Children Made Glad
Yesterday afternoon tin colored child
roil of the city were given a treat by the
children of the Heekland Street Finleiiomi Finleiiemi Finleiiomi
natienal Sunday school (white) in the col
ored school building. The room in which
the affair was held was decorated with
evergreens, flowers and mottoes, and it
was filled with people both white and col
ored. There were a number of white
ladies present, from the best families of
the city, who took a great deal of interest
in the little folks. A large tree and table
in the room were filled with geed things.
About 2 o'clock services began, which in
cluded singing and addresses by A. C.
Leenard and by Hev. Mr. Harris of A.
M. E. church. After the services the con
tents of the tree and table were distributed
among the little folks who were
greatly pleased. The occasion was plea
sant te all and the parties who superin
tended the affair are deserving of great
Iteavcr Street Cotten Mill.
This mill, which lias been purchased and
repaired by Messrs. Peters & Shirk, will
be put in operation next week, and te fill
the orders for goods which have been re
ceived, will be run night and day. thus
giving employment te two full sets of em
ployees. Proposals Opened.
The proposals for supplying the city
water works with coal te April 1, 1880,
opened last evening, were as fellows : Jas.
Stewart & Sen, 2,000 pounds te the ten,
$2.80 ; II. Baumgardncr it Ce., $n.09 ;
Gerrccht & Ce., $2.85.
The Soup Heuse.
The soup house opened yesterday morn
ing and the peer families of the city will
new be supplied daily. It is in charge of
Billy Shay and his wife and the soup is as
-oed as ever. Yesterday 1598 persons were
furnished with soup and this morning the
number was 3G7.
Fer Their "Engine Heuse.
The Humane fire company have ap
pointed a committee and have made ether
arrangements for the holding efa ball, for
their new engine house en February 9.
The Scout Coming.
Buffalo Bill and bis dramatic company
were j-cstcrday booked te appear in the
opera house en February 17.
KICKED BY A HORSE.
A Man Has His Skall Fractured.
This morning L. Q. Landram, who re
sides at Xe. 35e North Queen street, was
badly injured by being kicked by a horse
as it is supposed. Mr. Landram and his
sons work at a blacksmith shop in Christian
street, near Chestnut, and in the same
building two horses are kept by them.
This morning Mr. Landram went te the
shop before his sons. Shortly afterward?
one of the latter came te work, when he
found his father lying in the shop in an
unconscious condition and bleeding freely
from a wound in the head. lie was
quickly removed te his home and
i)r. S. T. Davis was sent for, who
examined the wound, which is above the
left eye. The skull was found te be frac
tured, and the mark left en the head indi
cates that it was made by the cork of a
horse shoe. Mr. Landram, although net
altogether unconscious, is net able te give
any account of the affair, but fiem what he
has stated there is scarcely any doubt that
one of the horses kicked him. It is very
likely that in going through the deer from
the shop into the stable he was struck by
At a legular stated meeting of Mnuhcim
council, Ne. 134, O. of U. A. M., the fol
lowing officers were elected te serve for the
ensuing term :
C K. J. Pritz.
V. C. A. liufienniyer.
Kec. Sec'y. M. J. Kusminger.
Ass't. I tee. Sec'y. AV. A. Ensininger.
I in. Sec y II. M. husuunger.
Treas. S. A. Ensmingcr.
Ind. S. llamaker.
Kx. J. C. Miller.
I. P. Gee. II. Ulrieh.
). P. T. K'. IJresey.
Trustee A. Huffenmyer.
Hep. te S. ('. T. Iv. JJresey.
At a regular stated meeting of Ameela
circle, Xe. 42, 1). l (II. F.) of Pa., in
Manheim, the following officers were
Chief Washington II. M. Ensininger.
Chief Jeffersen W. Litzenbergcr.
Chief Franklin S. E. Frank.
Hen. Herald Samuel L. Maze.
AV. of Day Samuel (. liresev.
AV. of Night Aaren Fry.
Tnistee S. E. Frank.
Charitv Committee S. S. Yeung.
This morning shortly after
1 1 o'clock
AVinfield Hoever, a brakeman en engine
Ne. 237 of the Pensylvania railroad, had
the thumb of his right hand se badly
mashed while coupling cars at Lcaman
Place that it will have te be amputated,
lie went te his home at the Gap.
Alter this date the undcr-igned will occupy
I he new Tobacco Warehouse, Xe. SEI North
shippen sfivet, adjoining the Pennsylvania
Cailre.ul, removing from Xe. S Last Clic-luiif
street. The gem-nil business el Packer. Com
mission Met chant and Wholesale Dealer in
Leal Tobacco" will he continued.
ilecJ'J-slil Lancaster, Pa., Dec. 3i, IsT'.t.
JTix Kiitc Clarien. On Monday evening
next .Miss Kate Claxton and hcrdrauiaticeeie
pany will piny A Deuble Marriage" in this
city for the lir.-t time. Miss Claxton is tee well
known here te need praise, mid her play is an
excellent one. Week belere last sn? perlenucd
it te crowded houses at the Wnluiil, tin best
theatre in Philadelphia. Last week the llelliilay
Miect theatre, I'.altiuierc, was tilled by her
every night, and she is new la iugau equally
successful engagement in Washington, D. C.
Among her support i-Mr. Charles A. Mevcii Mevcii
sen. the line young actor who assumes the
character of J'irrrr in the "Twe Orphan-."
' Cncli" 'Jein's Ctibiii." To-nieriowaltei neon
and evening " I nele Tem- Cabin," the old but
ever popular play, will he given in the opera
heu-c by Ki.tl and Drapei's troupe, which has
been playing in the West. The pi ice- aie very
low and should h:ie the . licet et drawing
1l'itten, JXUs A- Ixvrnellx.Un Tuesday even
ing a company el variety star- will vi-it this
city. It includes Wat-en and Kilis. Dutch
comedian-: Harry and Jehn Kernell, Irish
cemedians: Miyilam I'.rethers, gymnast-:
Thatcher and Hume, song and dance men :
Clara Moere, vecali-l; Alice l'atcmuu, clog
dancer; 11. .. Allen, banjei-t, and Gus Hill.
The above actors stand in flic front rank el the
variety profession, and some of I hem are each
season members of Teny Paster's troupe.
There are no better comedians new appearing
than the lour men who head the list. Their
prices are low enough tocnaljleallte-eethein.
Watsen. i:ilis& Kernell'- Star Troupe.
Xet ice of Ce-part nei ship.
101 I'.eys Wanted.
safe Ter Sale.
C3T"Fer further details see advertising
"What a Pity
that the otherwise beautiful girl should have
such bad teeth. And all because she did net
use SO.ODOXT. It costs se little te buy it
considering the geed it does, and its benefits
stretch out into her liiture Hie. Peer girl.
Xe Mere Hard Times.
If you will slop spending se much en line
clothes, rich feed anil style, buy geed, healthy
feed, cheap and better clothing : get mere real
and substantial things el life every way, and
especially step the loelish habit of employing
expensive quack doctors or using se much el
the X'ile humbug medicine that does you only
harm, but put your trust in that simple, pure
remedy, Hep JSitters, that cures always, at a
trilling cost, and you will sec geed times nnd
have geed health, see another column.
Try Lecher's Cough "syrup.
"'Sellers' Liver Pills' cured me of liver com
plaint." D. II. Celeman, Sheit Creek, W.
'1 he tonic ellect of Kidney-Wert i- produced
by ifscleanline ar.d purifying action en the
bioed. Where there is a gravelly deposit in
"e urine, or milky, ropy urine from disorder
ed Kidneys, it cures without fail. Constipation
and Piles readily yield te its cathartic and heal heal
L'se Lecher's Hersa and Cattle Powders.
I take "Dr. Sellers' Cough Syrup," amine
one In the city keeps clearer et coughs and
colds than I. Druggisfssell it. Price A" cent-.
Mr. Gadbois. of Ilreckvillc, Canada, alter be
ing cured efa prostrating malarial di-ea-e con
tracted in Texas, by means of Warner's Sate
Pills and Safe Hitters, writes te us : " 1 shall
never travel in that climate without your Safe
Pills and Safe Hitters as part of my eutilt."
Pure Spices at Lecher's Drug Stere.
statistics prove that twenty-live per cent,
of the deaths in our larger cities are caused by
consumption, and w hen we reflect that this
terrible di-ea-e in its wer-t stage will yield te
a bottle of Lecher's ICcnewned Cough Syrup,
shall we condemn Ihe sutletcrs ler their neg
ligence, or pity them for their ignorance?
Try Lecher's Cough Syrup.
In Het Weather
an immense number of "persons sutrcr fiem
disordered Kidneys or deranged Liver. Kidney Kidney
Wert is the great het weather medicine. It is
prepared without the use of liquors, and there
fore it does net heat the system, but aids each
organ te keep up a healthy and vlgoreusactioii.
Try.Lechcr's Cough Syrup.
ULLHERY &TRII11M STORE.
LADIES, we will open te-day New Neveltle in Bennets
Wing-', Velvet, Satin", &e.
We will open te-day an elegant line et
silk-anu .jet liutlens, ornaments, btripeu civet, samis, sc.
We will open te-dav new and beautiful lines of Ladies' and Children's He-e in Cashmere
and Cotten, Merine Vests for Ladies and Children in all sizes, Woolen Cap-, &c, geed and
cheaper than ever.
We will open te-day New Laces, Hitching, Ties, Scarfs Kid and Li-de Thread lilnves, Cor
sets in all the best makes anil at lowest prices Ask te see enr Speen Kust Cor-et at M cts.
Wc will open a lull line of Crape Veils Crape Bennets and Hats Crape by the yard, and
evcryli.ing else that is new, desirable and cheap In Millinery and Trimmings.
Cull and examine our stock at
142 and 144 SORTE QUM STREET.
A Mether's Griei.
The pride of a mother, the life anil joy efa
henne. arc her children, hence her grief when
siekne enters and takes them auay. Take
warning then, that yen are running a terrible
ri-k, if they have a Cough, Croup or Whooping
Cough, wh'ich lead te Consumption, if you de
net utlend te it at once. "Miiieh's CoiiMiinp CeiiMiinp CoiiMiinp
tien Cure is guaranteed tecure them. 1'riee 10
i-i-nt-, .V) cents and 1. Fer laine I'uek, Hde.
or Cht, u-e Shiloh's l'oreus I'laster. l'rice
cents. Sold by I. Ileitshu, Lancaster, and
Jl. J.. ll.lVls, .MUICl'aVllle.
The IlestI Ever Knew Or.
J. . Starkey, a prominent and inlluential
Citizen of Iowa City, says: "I have had the
Dyspepi;i, and Liver Complaint for several
cars, and have used every Kemedy 1 could
hear of, without any relief whatever, until I
saw your sjiileli's Vitalize!" adverti-cd in our
paper, and was persuaded te try it. I am happy
te state that it lias entirely cured me. It is cer
tainly the best Kemeilv I "ever knew of." Price
7"i cents. Sold bv I. Ileitshu, Lancaster, and
M. L. Davis, Milleisvillc.
Shiloh's Catarrh Kciuciiy.
A marvelous Cure ler Catarrh, Diphtheria'
Canker Meuth, and Head Ache. With, each
bottle there is an ingenious na-al Injector for
the mere successful treatment of tne com
plaint, without extra charge, l'rice 30 cents,
sold bv D. Ileitshu, Lancaster. and M. L. Davis,
llccmat Styeb. January 1, 1SS0. at the Mei
rimac lieuse, bv Itev. Dr. Grccnwald, Martin
W. I.ucher, of i'liiladelphia, te Dera i". Styer,
Laxcastku. Dec. 12, 1S7!'.
INSUKK YOUK ritOI'JCKTVIXKKLIAIH.K
COM PAXILS at
BENJ. P. SHENK'S,
Ollice : 10S West King Street.
Jnsukk veuit ii:tiii:iiTy ix tiik ui:st
BAUSMAX .V I'CKXS'.
2:-tlcedK Ollice : Xe. 10 West Orange St.
1.1I15K PKOOF SAFE FOK SALIC.
1 A Fire Proof safe (Me-ler, ISakmun Ce..
Cincinnati make). "U inches high, 2'H wide and
21 deep, weight 1,200 pound-, with Sargent's
Patent Xiglit and Day Combination "Leck, for
sale cheap. Applv at the
janJ-tfd IN'TLLLIGKXCKi: OFFICE.
lIKF, LIFE AXI) ACCIDENT.
Insurance at lowest iates. Geed anil Iteli
ablc Companies. HLltlt.V STAIFFKIt.
Heat Estate & Ins. Agl-., . X. Duke St.
MMLYCCO FOK SALE.
One hundred acres of prime Pennsylvania
Seed Leaf Tobacco for sale.
Apply le 15. F. KOIILKH.
Shrewsbury. Yerk county. Pa.
"J )IAXOS ! OKGNS !
Te close my stock of Xcw and Second-hand
Pianos and Organs before the holidays. 1 invite
the public te examine them ami ascertain low-price-.
12-ImilH Stevens Heu-c, Lanca-ter, Pa.
1)UBLIC SALE OF THE ENTIIIE LOT OF
Household and Kitchen r'uriiitnre, at Xe.
Te."! Seuth Ouccn street, en te-morrow (SATU H
DAY) afternoon, at 1 o'clock ; as the parties
are going west everything must be sold. Alse,
a geed Wheelbairew and a full set of Quarry
ing Toels. J A CO It GL'XDAKEH.
OTICE OF CO-PAIITNEKSHIP.
Lancaster. Pa., Jan. 1, lsse.
We have this dav admitted William II.
Altickasa member of the llrm of 1). A. Altiek
& Sen, Carriage Manufacturers. The business
will be carried en under the llrm name of D. A.
Altiek & -sons. Thanking our lnends and the
public ler past favors, we ask a continuation
el the same for the new llrm.
D. A. ALTICK,
jan2-2td S. W. ALTICK.
"I DISSOLUTION OF COPARTNERSHIP.
I!v mutual consent the partnership existing
between Augustus Hiieads and Jelm F. Heed,
trading as the linn of "Hheatls & Heed." Xe.
l.-t Ea-t King street, has this day been dissolv
ed. All persons having claims against said
llrm will present them immediately ler pay
ment, and all these indebted te -aid firm will
make payment le said Augustus Hheads, who
will continue the business at the same place.
J. F. HEKD.
Jasuaky 1. 1S50. janl-P.td
""O OUK COAL PATKONS I
When the undersigned entered the Ceal bus
iness we laid down the following rule, which
we have strietlv followed :
"We sell nothing but geed Ceal at the lowest
market price." Weight and quality guaranteed.
This -hull continue te be our rule as long as
we are in the bu-inc-, no matter whether coal
is SOLD at
ME PRICE OF MIXIMJ OU XOT.
Xewthe Ceal Trade is such'a pleasant and at
tractive business that we have no idea of aban
doning it. We will sell Ceal
AS LOW AS THE LOWEST.
Xet because wc think we ought te make resti
tution (we have none te make), but because we
will net be undersold.
WEIGHT AXD QUALITY GUAHAXTEED.
JAS. STEWAKT & SON.
DRY GOODS, tC.
WE CANNOT ADVERTISE
Reduction of Prices,
As many kinds of goods are going up
in price every week, but we held a large
stock of desirable Dry Goods that are
selling at rates proportionate te cost
some time age. In the matter of
MUSLIXSwc secured and MUSLINS
stored (away an immense MUSLIXs
quantity, se that our sales
rooms and reserve stock
rooms leek like wholesale
stores. These standard
goods are new retailing
largely at less than future
Wc also bought freely of
And can show the geed results of out eut
bargaining en inquiry at the Flannel
We are also selling
Cheaper than they can be bought at.
The people will have te pay higher for
many kinds of dry goods alter the pres
ent stock arc sold out.
GRAND DEP0T-13TH ST.,
Hats, Frames, Plumes, Fancy
Hlack and Colored
ilk Fringes Xew Style- et
W Kverybedy teadverti-e, free of charge,
in the IxikllieLncku, who wants something
ITrANTEU AT THIS OFFICE.
y Copies of the lailv Intellioe.vekii of
April 3, July l!t, andScpt. l(t, 1S79. jttii-2-tltl
A girl te de
general Housework. Applv
J COYS WANTED TO SELL
Apply under Schiller Heu-c, at 4 o'clock to
morrow, J mi :!. ltd
l e c n eh ' s n uil n in g
Open Daily from !) a. ui. te 10 p. in. Market
morning liein 7a. in.
CHICKENS HATCHED DAILY.
Admission, 15 cents. Children, 10 cents,
TjlULTON OPEKA HOUSE.
Ou MONDAY, JANUARY 5, 187J1,
The Popular Artist,
CHAS. A. STEVENSON,
And her own Company, in Chas. Heade's Great
"THE DOUBLE MARRIAGE."
:r, ic se cts.
Seats ler sale at the Opera Heu-e Ollice.
f .1ULTON OPEKA HOUSE.
Watsen, Ellis k Kerncll's
Under the Management of J. D. MISHLEH,
Tiii'sdey Evi'iiiiir January (Jth, 18S0.
In an entirely New and Original Entertain
ment, embracing the very best specialties in
THE GK.EAT COMPANY':
The Funniest German Comedians in the pro
fession. WATsON and ELLIS.
The Original Irish Cemiqu-s
IIaiip.v THE KEHXELLS. Jehn
The American Seng I'.ird.MisS CLAH A MOOHE.
The Emperors et Seng and Dance, Messrs.
The Champien Ladv Cleg Dancer and Elegant
Actress. Miss ALICE IIATKMAN.
H. G. ALLEN. ISanjni-t Par Excellence.
Fiiaxk SUYDAM. Ei-ekm:
Tlie Arenlc Meteors. The Modern Geliaii.
Mr. GU. HILL, the King Clubs.
All appearing in a Cnallenge Olie, concluding
w itli the Funniest of Comedies,
"A SPLENDID TIME."
rOPULAK PRICES, - 25, 35 i: 50 Cts.
Heserved Seats new for sale at Opera Heuse
"IULTON OPEKA HOUSE.
SATl'liDAY, JAXUAJIY, .5, JSS0.
HOLIDAY MATINEE AND EVENING.
Third Annual Tour of the Majestic Spectacu
lar He ival of Mrs. llarrricl Kcccher-stewe's
great moral, religious and pathetic story of
Uncle Tem's Cabin,
As eriginallv revived and performed ONE
THOUSAND TIMES by
RtAJj AXD DRAVmi.
The public desire being se great te witness
this remarkably natural play, and the interest
it lias awakened being still unabated, and
owing te the artistic manner in which it is
ill list rated by this Excellent Company, who
have played it ever one thousand limes, bave
induced the management te present it again
this season, which, with the magnilicent
scenery, charming musical effects and touch
ing incidents, have aroused t he greatest cut hu
siasiu among all classes, and elicited the most
favorable comments from the press, and the
hearty endorsement or the leading clergy of
Admission, 25 and .15 cents. Matinee, 15 and
25 cents. Ne extra charge for reserved scats.
Toe much importance cannot be attached te
the fact that although we eiler the above scale
et prices, our eempaiiv and performance is ab
solutely the very bust'eu the read. janl-3td.
I. AMI'S, &V.
FLIJf S" & BRElf BMAS"
Ceal Oil Lamps,
These goods arc entirely new and handsomer
than ever before offered and prices lower.
FLINN & BRENEMAN
152 North Queen Street,
TOriCE TO THE PUBLIC.
G. SENEB & SOXS.
Will continue te sell only
GENUINE LYKENS VALLEY
and WILKESBAIillE COALS
which are the best in the market, and sell as
LOW as the LOWEST, and net only GUAH
ANTEE FULL WEIGHT, but allow te WEIGH
ON ANY scale in geed order.
AUe Heugh and Dressed Lumber, Sash
Deers, Blinds, &c, at Lewest Market Prices.
Office and yard northeast corner Prince and
Walnut streets, Lancaster, Pa. janl-tfd
IKY LOCIIEK'S COUGH SYKU1.
FRIDAY EATENTNG, JANr2,880.
Washington, Jan. 2. Fer the Middle
Atlantic states and New England fallinsr
barometer, southwest winds, threatening
and rainy weather, followed in the western
pmtiens by rising barometer, slightly
cooler, partly cloudy and clearing weather.
i:i:in GO 15KAGII.
The Geed Time Coining for tlie Emerald
New Yehk, Jan. 2. A large delegation
of well known citizens bearded the steam
ship Scythia this morning and heartily
welcomed Mr. Parnell te America. Ad
dresses were read te him eulogizing his un
swerving devotion te the Irish cause and
recognizing him as the representative of
the Irish people in the unequal contest
with landlord usurpation maintained by
the armed forces of Great Britain.
Mr. Parnell, replying briefly, reviewed
his understanding of the Irish land ques
tion, but hoped that better times arc close
at hand and that Ireland may ultimately
take rank amongst the nations of the
A Cbajdcr of Casualties from Newfoundland.
St. Jehn. X. F., Jan. 2. A number
of fatal accidents have recently taken place
in this colony. At Open Hall the Bena
Vesta dwelling house was destroyed,
by fire, and two men, Jehn Farrel, aged
i:',, and Jeshua "Warren, aged 23, perished
in the 1'ames. Twe young girls barely es
caped vfith their lives.
A fisherman named Ilause was drowned
During the gale at Beele Bay a small
beat was dashed te pieces and three men
Twe boys fell through the ice at Rurrin
and were drowned.
Selecting their Presidential Ticket.
Pittsul'Hcii, Jan.- 2. The Socialistic
Congress adjourned nine die last night after
selecting Caleb Prink, of New Yerk, A. E.
Bishop, of Chicago and Osbein "Ward, as
candidates for nomination for president.
These names will be referred te the party
at large, and the two names receiving the
highest number of votes will be the candi
dates. FAMINE AND I'EVEIL
Hjing of Starvation and Disease in RiiHsia.
St. Putkusuche, Jan. 2. The Gote
aserts that the country between the
rivers Velga and Dan is famine-stricken,
and that many persons have already per
ished. The prefect of Tsaritzin has ar
rived in St. Petersburg te urge contribu
tions for the relief of the people in that
place, where famine and typhus fever have
Her Drunken Husband iu Ne Hurry te Come
te Her ICeseiie.
Ef.iZAnnru. X. J., Jan. 2. Mrs. "Whit "Whit
teniere, aged 27. living in this city, fell
headforemost into a cistern yesterday af
ternoon and was drowned before she could
be pulled out. Her husband and ethers
had been drinking and were in no hurry
te get her out.
Xi:w iJurNswicK. X. J., Jan. 2. Jo Je
seph S. Letsen, ex-county collector, con
victed of embezzling $!0,000 of the county
funds, was te-day sentenced te two years
in the state prison with hard labor and
THE WASHINGTON SENSATION.
etin Morgan Assailant Keleascd en nail.
Washington. Jan. 2. Lucy llorten,
who shot a son of Senater Morgan, yester
day, was arraigned this nmmiug and re
leased en a thousand dollars bail. Mr.
Morgan was net able te appear.
Knd fit" a Celebrated Infanticide Case.
Bosten, Jan. 2. In the case of Jehn
X. Buzzell, en trial at East Cambridge,
for the minder of an infant child, the jury
this morning rendered a verdict of net
SAI'i; nunc LAIC V.
The Thietes Oct S25,000.
Omi:mi:i:, Out., Jan. 2. The stoic of
Themas Stephenson, in this place, was en
tered by burglars last night. They blew
open the safe and took therefrem mort
gages valued at $2."5,000.
MacTcar's Manufactured Drameuils.
Londen, Jan. 2. James MacTear writes
te the Thitct, allirming that he has pro
duced carbon in the diamond modification.
Cnm-iTIANlTY AND INPIJU1-.L.1TY.
A Colored llishep's Iteply te Ingcrsell.
Bishop A. AV. Wayinan, of the African
Methodist Episcopal church, lectured last
night at Bethel church, Baltimore,
te a large audience, his remarks being a
reply te the attacks of Cel. Rebert G.
Ingcrsell en the Bible. Among these pre
sent were a large number of white people,
who listened te the remarks of
the speaker with the closest at
tention. The bishop commenced by
referriiig te Cel. Ingersoll's famous lecture
en " Hell,"' which, he said, was fallacious
and sophistical and without reason or ar
gument. The statement of Cel. Ingcrsell
that his attack en the Bible was owing te
the book being the enemy of womanhood,
the bishop said was unreasonable,
as whatever Christian women are te-day
they ewe te the influence of the
Bible. Ingersoll's statements te ihe
country notwithstanding. All the world
ever the effects of the Bible were te be
seen. The Bible found Ireland iu the
thirteenth century almost without an al
phabet and in four hundred years there
were men in Ireland famous ler their
learning. Queen Victeria, when asked te
what she attributed the prosperity of her
country, replied that the Bible was the
secret of it. Te count the men who ewe
their greatness te Christ would be beyond
the power of an archangel. Among
these who have indorsed the Bi
ble arc found General Washington,
Walter Scott, Lord Bacen, Judge Storey,
Andrew Jacksen, Jehn Quincy Adams,
Daniel Webster, Henry Clay, J. It. Gib Gib
eons, Tiiaddeus Stevens, Henry Winter
Davis, Charles Sumner, Abraham Lincoln
and a host of ethers, beside whom Ingcr Ingcr
eoll sinks into utter insignificance from a
moral and intellectual standpoint. Yet
this book se indeised Mr. Ingersoll repre
sents as being the chief enemy of culture,
education and refinement. Lawyers are
prone te say queer things, but I don't
think any lawyer ever said anything half
se ridiculous as this.
It is true many things in the Bible can-
net be explained, but Cel. Ingcrsell accepts J
the reasoning of the astronomers who tell J
nun that the constellations are full of mys
teries. He feels and realizes the move
ment of the wind, but cannot And the mo
tive power yet he cannot accept the mys
teries of the Bible. In conclusion he wished
te say te old and young men and
women, old maids and old bachelors
laughter and every one else, elimr te the
Bible and net te the savings of Cel. Injrer-
sell or any of his class. The doctrine of
the latter had never brought contentment
te any, and the lives of all his followers
were full of melancholy. As an instance
of the universal faith in the Bible
he would call attention te the fact that
every court of law in the world would
accept a dying dcclararatien en the Bible.
en the presumption that the deponent, no
matter Hew great a falsifier while living,
would always tell the truth when dying.
The bishop then quoted the dying decla
rations of a number of well-known
atheists, comparing them te the utterances
of Christians and showing the great ad
vantage of the latter.
MCKDEK OX SHIPHOARD.
Shocking Affair in the ltaltlini.it. Ua.-ber.
Yesterday meniiii'r Jehn Allen, a cook
en the English bark Jehn Patterson, lying
at "Wells's wharf East Baltimore, was
killed by one of his shipmates, named Mi
chael McCarthy. McCarthy and Allen had
been together at the theatre en Wednesday
night, the former going en watch when he
get en the vessel and Allen retiring te the
galley, where he went te sleep. It was Mc
Carthy's duty te awaken Allen at e o'clock
in the morning, but yesterday morning he
aiieweu him te sleep later, knowing that he
had becu up late the night before. At
5:e0, however, he tried te arouse him. but
he ditl net seem te wake very readily,
wncii -ucuartny. according te ins own
statement, pulled him by the legs oil"
the bench. This made Allen angry
and jumping up he began quar
reling with McCarthy, finally
striKiug mm m tlie licad. nillict
ing a slight wound. McCarthy then, as is
alleged, took a heavy iron lire-poker from
Allen's hand, and striking Allen ever the
head crushed in the skull and felled him
te the deck senseless. McCarthy then ran
aft and told the carpenter, Themas Rao Rae
shire, that he had killed the cook ;
and the carpenter in turn awakened
Cape. Girvan, master of the bark, who
at once set for Dr. Mansfield and also
gave information te the police of the
Eastern district of the the affair. Capt.
Kenncy dispatched Sergts. Deague and
I'iggs ami a squad et men te the vessel,
where McCarthy was taken in custody
and locked up at the Eastern station.
Allen died before the arrival of Dr. Mans
field and Coroners Ireland and Walker
made an examination of the body, which
resulted in showing that his death resulted
from a compound comminuted fraturu of
.".11 Ouict iu Maine.
The armed guard at the state house is
there only in the night time, and then net
te keep away any one who has bus
iness at the capitol. The au
thorities explain that such a force is deemed
prudent en account of threats made in
public meetings and otherwise of forcible
resistance te the regularly constituted au
thority. It is very quiet here new, noth
ing of public interest having eccured. The
Fusionists and Republicans will be iu Au
gusta in large numbers by Saturday. It is
expected the decision of the court, at Ban Ban
eor, en the question at issue will be ren
dered by Saturday. A ripple of interest
was caused yesterday at Portland by the
commander of one of the militia compa
nies receiving what purported te be a tel
egraphic order from the adjutant general te
report with his company at Augusta, Sat
urday, but it proved te be a forgery.
General Grant and party left Augusta,
Georgia, yesterday .morning, for Beaufort,
S. C, and Savannah. He was escorted te
the depot by colored military, with a band
of music. At Beaufort he was received by
the citizens, irrespective of party. Twe
colored military companies and the Beau
fort artillery (white) turned out te receive
him, and the artilicry fired a salute of 1:5
guns. The general and party were escort
ed te the hotel, in front of which was an
arch inscribed "Welcome, and here Gen
eral Grant made a very brief speech. He
was subsequntly presented with several
"phosphate fossils," including the back
bone and jaw of a megalenyx. The gen
eral and party arrived iu Savannah last
night, and the general was received by the
mayor and alderman, and escorted by
colored military te the Screven house.
rpiiK eljj " "
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ASSETS : One Millien One Hundred
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All invested in the best securities. Lesses
promptly paid. Fer policies call en
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t UTHOICIZKO I5V
ind Fairest iu the
J. WEALTH OF KY.,
16th Popular Monthly Drawing
COMMONWEALTH DISTRIBUTION CO.,
At Macauley's Theatre, in the City of Louis
JANUARY 31st, 1880.
These Drawings, authorized by act el the
Legislature et lsia, and sustained by all the
courts of Kentucky (all fraudulent advertise
ments et ether lottery companies who claim
tlie sole ownership et "all the grants in Ken
tucky," te the contrary, notwithstanding), oc
cur regularly en the last day of every month
(Sundays excepted), and are supervised bv
prominent citizens et the Slate.
Every ticket-holder can he his own
supervisor, call out Ids number and see it
placed in the wheel. The management call at
tentien te tlie grand opportunity presented of
obtaining, ler only fj, any ef'thc following
1 prize $ 30,"0
1 prize lO.uw
1 prize ."i.oeo
10 prizes $1,001) each lO.WJO
'JO prizes jUUeuch 10,000
100 prizes, $100 each 10,000
JX prizes M each 10,000
000 prizes 20 each l-.!,000
1000 prizes lOeacli 10,000
!) prizes 300 each, approximation prizes 2,700
! prizes 200 each, " " l,soe
J prizes loe each, " " yoe
!,!) prizes $112,100
Whole tickcls, $2; half tickets. $1; 27 tickets
$."i0; .V tickets, $liw.
All applications, for club rates should be made
te the home ellice.
Hcmit by bank draft or express. Orders of
$." and upward, by express, can be sent at our
Full list of drawing published in Louisville
Courier-Jeurnul and uvr Yerk Jlerald and
mailed te all ticket-holders. Fer tickets and
information address T. J. COMMEHFOHD,
Courier-Journal lsuilding, Louisville, Ky., or
Hi! Ureadway, New Yerk. dl-TuT&a&w
"1 JAKCUS G. SEUNEH,
Ne. 120 North Prince street.
Prompt and particular attention paid te al
terutien and repairs. sKS-lyrt
T OCIIER'S COUGH STRUP IS THE UEST.
Pinr.ADKi.rniA. Jannary 21 Heur Armer:'
superfine 3 50I i; extra 7333 25;"
Ohie and Indiana fumilv $6 73g7 75: Penn'a.
iamily$t5 7572j: St. Leuis family 70O773 70O773
Minneseta Family 757 75 ; patent anil" -hiirli
Kye flour unchanged. J
Cernnieal Brandy wine unchanged,
Wheat strong; Ne. 2 Western Keil HMVf:
Penn'a red $1 5ii ; Amber 1 5 " '
mixed .isiie. " '.
Oats duflund weak; Southern and Penn'a"
white 4'.-0e ; Western white Iaj0e ; Western
Lye nominal ; Western $1 ; Pa. $1.
. ia'tisiuu sicaiiv ;
mess nerlc S14 00 askeil
as $1(150; India mess beef $21 50; bacon
-Sll01llliisa Al ZTW't m t...t .In .!t'dC-
smoked hams leHc; pickled hams S4(gkc.
Lard dull ; city kettle Sc ; loose butchera'
"iS'Jic; prime steam 74e.
llutier llrm : creamery extra :K
"lc; Uradferd county and X. T. extra 2Sg30e
Western reserve extra at 2ra-iic ; de geed te
choice isg-iOc : rolls llrm Penn'a extra 23
2:1c : western reserve extra 2223e.
Eggs quiet; Choice Penn'a 23c; Western
21 (i 22s'.
Petroleum llrm ; Refined S'c.
Whiskey dull at $1 13.
New Yerk Market.
New Yerk, .Ian. 2.-KIeur State and Western
;- . .. "v ' ti"is-"iuiin.u uigiKHi extra letl.
fej..".0; choice de de Si. a."iS 50; choice white
wheat de $; 5t)7; Southern quiet and un
changed: common te fair extra $G 25$6 S3;
geed te choice de $C !XS 50.
Wheat Spring quiet and nominal : winter
iIc better; Hush Ne. 1 White Jan. by
cental $25'.); Ne. 2 Hei I .Ian. by cental 2 (3 :
de red Feb. by cental $2;i!.J.
Cern dull and scarcelv se linn : Mixed West
ern spot liItS!' .e ; de liiture U0K0lC.
Oatsquietamf steady; statu tjji-jMi;! West
ern -liy ,52.c.
.ristuKi. J", -il?.?. . .- -. . ; -.- .-
PlULADRLl-lllA. Jan. 2.
k:m r. si.
Stocks dull and steady.
Pennati's (third issue) lOSJ-
Phlladelphia & Erie.. 17
Lehigh Valley. r,2K
United Ces. el N. J IXi
Northern Pacific Si'i
" Preferred 5757Jl"
Northern Central 32-s
Lehigh Navigation :jsi'
Central Transportation Ce. VlA
Pitts., Titusville & Uuilale. 11;.
Little Schuylkill s-j)"
3 l'. M.
New Yekk, Jan. 2.
X. Y. Centnil
Cleveland & Pittsburgh...
Pittsburgh .fc Fert Wayne.
Western Union Tel. Ce
Teledo A Wabash
New Jcrscv Central.
1 offer ier sale the entlresleck. iroeil will -in.i
fixtures of my ISHOCEISY. GLASS and
QUEENSWAHK STOHK. Ne. Il.-iuml 117 North
Ojiccii street. I.ancaster. i'a. It has been n well
established business stand for mere than 10
years, having a large and geed custom or both
city and country patrons, and is only one
siuare lrem both the Northern ami Central
Markets. 11" desired the urenertv will also ln
The reason for offering this chance is the ne
cessity of devoting all my time te the manu
Knapp's Vegetable Pills,
which have, iu the short time since their intro
duction, grown te such great popularity its te
demand my whole attention.
Brandy as a ledicine.
The following article was voluntarily sent te
Mr. II. K. blayiuaker. Agent for Heigart's Old
Wine Stere, by a prominent practising physi
cian et this county, who has extensively used
the Hranily referred te in his regular practice.
It is commended te the attention of these af
Indigestion and Dyspepsia.
BRANDY AS A MEDICINE.
This new mucli abused Alcoholic Stimulant,
was never intended as a beverage, but te be
used as a medicine of great potency in the cure
of some of tlie destructive diseases which
sweep away their annual thousandsef victims.
With a purely philanthropic motive we fire
sent te the favorable notice el invalids espe
cially these atllietcd with that miserable dis
ease Dyspepsia, a .specific remedy, which Is
nothing mere or less than
The aged, with feeble appetite and mere or
less debility, will timl this simple medicine,
when used properly,
A Sovereign Remedy
erall their ills and aches. He It, however,
strictly understood that we prescribe and use
inn eiicai -iieie. ami him IS,
Sold by our enterprising young
rieiiu, 11. k.si,ai JlAKl-.K. Tins
ilruudy has steed the test for
TltAiiu .MAMt. years, and has never failed, as far
as our experience extends, and we therefore
give it the preference ever all ether Brandies,
no matter wit li hew many jaw-breaking French
titles they are branded. One-fourth of the
money that is yearly thrown away en various
impotent dyspepsia, specifics would sulllce te
buy all the Hranily te cure any such case or
cases. In proof of the curative powers of
Reigart's Old Brandy,
In cases et Dyspepsia, we can summon nuie
hers of witnesses one case in particular We
A hard-working farmer had been a ill lc ted
with an exhaustive Dyspepsia ter a number of
vcars; his stomach would reject almost every
kind of feed; lie had sour eructatiens con
stantly no appetite in fact, he was obliged te
restrict his diet te crackers and stale bread,
and as a beverage he used Mcllraun's Heet
Heer. He is a Methodist, and then, as new,
preached at times, and iu nis discourses elten
declaimed earnestly against all kinds of strong,
drink. When advised le try
Reigart's Old Brandy,
In his case, he looked up with astonishment,
but after hearing of its wonderful elfectH in
the cases of some of his near acquaintances, he
at last consented te fellow our advice. He
used the ISraiuly faithlully and steadily; the
lirst bottle giving him an appetite, and before
the second was taken he was a sound man.witli
a stomach capable of digesting anything which
he chose te eat. He still keeps it and uses u lit
tle occasionally; and since he has this medi
cine lie has been of very little pecuniary hene
lit te tlie doctor. A Puacti.sike Physician.
V- - . ,,,1,,ul iieciiicu ttnange ; supernne
"i, ; exira no si. e..tv 25; choice de .
e J.: jancy no :jr. -tt)7 7.; round been
-JUre ..: choice de U S05i7 7S?
II. E. SLAYMAKER,
Reigart's Old Wine Stere,
Established in 1785,
IMl'OKTEK AJiO 1JEALKR IN
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HIOH OLD MADEIICA, (Imported in ISIS,
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This scientific remedy, prepared from choice
vegetable extracts. Is tin; IScst Weed Purifier,
and stimulates every function te mere health
ful action, and is thus a benclit iu all diseases.
In eliminating the impurities of the bleed,
the natural and necessary result is the cure of
Scrofulous and ether Skin Eruptions and Dis
eases, including Cancers, Ulcers anil ether
Seres. Nothing is better for clearing and beau
tilying the complexion.
Dyspepsia, Weakness et the Stomach, Consti
pation, Dizziness, jen.ral Debility, etc., are
cured by the Safe Hitters, and it is unequalled
as an appetizer and for building up an en
It is a medicine which should be in every
family, and which, wherever used, will save
the payment of many doctor's bills.
Convincing testimonials furnished en appli
cation. Hettlcs of two sizes ; prices, 50 cts. and $1.
Warner'H Safe Kidney and Liver Cure.
Safe Diabetes Cure, Safe Tonic, Safe Pills and
Safe Nervine arc also superior remedies, un
equalled in their respective fields of disease.
Warner' Safe Kemedles arc sold by Drug
gists and Medicine Deulers generally through
out the country. . . .
Send for Pamphlet and Testimonials.
II. H. WAKNER Ce., Rochester, N. 1 .