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AsothcrFaiihleiiable Wedding in the Presby
Anether brilliant wedding, attracting the
attention and presence of the most fashion
able society circles of Lancaster, was sol
emnized in the Presbyterian church, this
city, at 3 p. m. te-day. The bride was
Miss Minnie Ashbridge, daughter of Mrs.
S. E. Ashbridge, 34'i West King street, one
of the most beautiful, accemplished and
popular young ladies in Lancaster society.
The groom was Mr. Alexander J. Ged by,
a young gentleman of lialtimere, though
well-known aud highly popular in this
There were no groomsmen and the
ladies attendant en the bride were Miss
Minnie Ashbridge, of Downingtewu ;Miss
Paxton, of Carlisle ; Miss "Woodward, of
Philadelphia ; Miss Spencc, of Baltimore,
and Miss Lulu Bell, of Lancaster. The
ushers were Messrs. B. Randall, Alex.
Falconer, J. M "Weed and F. Donaldsen,
of Baltimore, and Gee. Steinman, of Lan
caster, the entire bridal party being in
The pulpit of the church was handsomely
decorated and flanked with flowers, grow
ing plants and vines. Wreaths of smilax,
ornamented with clusters of refebud.'-, cov
ered the altar, aud ornamental vines and
leaves were trailed around its base ; at the
sides in pets and vases was a rich profu
sion of growing plants and choice flowers,
the whole forming a beautiful spectacle of
artistic arrangement and exhaling rich
The ceremony was pronounced, after the
Presbyterian ritual, by Rev. J.Y. Mitchell.
After the wedding there was a private
reception of the bridal party and relatives
at the residence of Mrs. Ashbridge ; and
Mr. and Mrs. Godby left, eastward, at .1:20
p. in., en their wedding tour.
Bis Tim "Expected.
What is known as Benzell's lyceum,
West Cain, one of the largest and most
flourishing literary societies in Chester
county, expects a " high old time" en
Thurday evening, en which occasion the
vital question : "Resolved, That the suc
C3ss of (he National Greenback party would
be a benefit te the masses of the people,"
wilL be discussed, with Messrs. T. II. Win
die, S. ('. Williamson and Geerge Stack-
house (all Grcenbackers) en the side of
the affirmative, and Peter Hersey, esq., of
Lancaster ; Wm. Thern, Jeseph Perdue,
Wm. Davis and ethers en the negative
At a late hour yesterday afternoon the
prison inspectors completed their appoint
ments by electing Frederick S. Albright
first under-kcepcr, vice Geerge A. Smith.
It may net be generally known, but it is a
fact, that the prison officials elected yester
day will net assume their positions until
the first Monday in April.
LiiATTEiuiex for 1SS0 reduced te seven cents
per number is for sale by Cal. IS. Swander.
INSURE YOVK PROPERTY IX THE REST
BAUSMAX & IWRNS'.
29-tleedR Office : Ne. 10 West Orange St.
XEW JUtVEltTISEMEXTS. '
LARGE BUTCHERING TO-L'AI AND
Grand Lunch this evening, at
GEO. KIRCHER'S SALOON,
ltd East King street.
A Small Black and Tan Terrier, with my
name en his cellar. The finder will be reward
ed by returning te me,
S. II. REYNOLDS. Jr.,
ltd 125 North Duke street.
IRE, LIFE AND ACCIDENT.
Te-night's Shew. The variety company of
this evening is one of the strongest we ;have
had thii season. And there is no funnierquur
tet alive than Watsen and EllisandtheKernell
Brethers. In addition te the olio of specialties
they will produce the sprightly comedy en
titled "A Splendid Time," wliich lias made such
a tremendous hit everywhere.
Lunch lit Kirchner'i.
Insurance at lowest rates. Geed and Reli
able Companies. HERR & STAUFFER.
Heat Estate & Ins. Agts., 3 X. Duke St.
rpOBACCO FOR SALE.
One hundred acres of prime Pennsylvania
Seed Leaf Tobacco for sale.
Apply te 15. F. KOIILER.
Shrewsbury. Yerk county, Pa.
Opening at ltheuds
OPENING THIS DAV
Twenty-live Bexes of
GOBHAM PLATED WABE,
And the Best Grades of American Electro-Plate en White Metal.
FRENCH CLOCKS WITH SILVER BELL,
FRENCH CLOCKS WITH CATHEDRAL BELL.
Complete Mantel Sets of Centre and Side Pieces in Marble or Bronze.
MUSICAL BOXES WITH HARP,
MUSICAL BOXES WITH BELLS, DRUM AND CASTAGNETTE,
Musical Bexes with Accompaniments and Mounted en Fine Library Writing
Cabinet. A fine general assortment of Jewelry, comprising all the Newest Designs.
Designs and estimate of cost given for mounting Diamonds and ether
Special care taken in the execution of Fine Monograms and Inscription
Engraving. Alse, in complicated and ordinary watch and jewelry repairing.
H. Z. RHOADS & BRO., Jewelers,
Ne. 4 West King Street.
TUESDAY EVENING, JAN. 6, 1880.
Washington, Jan. 6. Fer the Middle
Atlantic states, northeast veering te
southeast winds, with stationary or higher
temperature, falling barometer, cloudy and
rainy weather, possibly clearing away in
the southern portion.
CRIME AND CASUALTY.
unr goods, &v.
Silver-Plated Ware. iWe.''
Largest Let of
Ever Opened by any
one in this city.
further details see advertising
a geed .jeki:.
Playing it line en t!iu New Yerk Sun.
Somebody has sent the following te the
Xew Yerk Sun, which publishes it under
date of Lancaster, Jan. e, and (of all
names) ever the signature of " Muhlen
berg." The statement published in the Sun of
the '-M iust., that 1,000 Germans of Dau
phin county will vote against Grant if
nominated for a third term is unquestion
ably a low estimate, if the feeling of the
Germans of Lancaster county upon this
subject is any indication of the .sentiment
ei our adjoining neignuers in unupuin
Since the time has been fixed for the
meeting of the state convention wc call it
Cameren's coiiTentieu the talk against
Grant lias been of the most bitter charac
ter. I have conversed with Thes. 15.
Cei'hi-an, member of the state committee ;
J. Hay Mi own, chairman of the eeuuty
committee; State Senater Myliu, Con
gressman A. lierr Smith, and ether prom
inent oiliccheldcrs. and with many of the
leading private citizens of the county, and
they all agree that if Grant should be nom
inated at Chicago, Lancaster county can
not safely be counted en te give a majority
for the Republicans.
Lancaster county is the third in point of
population in the stale. Three-fourths of
our citizens sp.'ak the German language,
and a mere intelligent people cannot be
found anyhow. With geed candidates the
county is geed for 7.000 Republican major
ity. It gave (1,701 Republican majority at
the la.st gubernatorial election ; and
with tiie .statement from men whose
word cannot lie questioned that " Grant
c.uiu'd. cairy Lancaster county," it may
well be asked. " Will Senater Cameren
dare te insult the'50.000 voters of Lancas
ter county by persisting in his plan te es
tablish another era of Grantism, notwith
standing the fact that almost every voter
in the. county is opposed te a third term of
Grant and ail its attendant evils '.'
Of course, most of this is mere bosh, and
the very signature adopted shows that it
was intended te hoax the Sai. There is
plenty of anti-Grant sentiment here, but
Mylin, Brown and Cochran de net rcprc
cnt it, and hardly Smith.
Ri:v. K. W. BrcinieLz, Waseca, Minn., used
the st. .Iaeii'.s Oil in the case of a ladv el his
congregation who lias been bed-ridden Willi
Ilheumaliitm for seventeen years, she used the
St. .Iaceks On. ler three day and was alile te
leave her bed.
Hi East King Street, Lancaster, l'a.
Yer can't all'erd te laugh, dear girls.
Unless your teeth arc white as pearls
Unless your mouth is pink and sweet,
Anil your two lips in rosebuds meet ;
Aud you cannot supply this want,
lint through the Use of SOZODONT
M Everybody te advertise, free of char-re,
in the Ij.tiu.lige.cei:, who wants something
TED AT Till! OFFICE.
unies of the Iaily Ixtkllkikntku of
April ::, July lit, mid Sept. 10, ISTll. jani-ttd
Nil .11 ere Hard Times.
If you will step spending se much en line
clothes rich feed and style, buy geed, bcalthy
feed, cheap and better clothing : set mere real
and substantial things of lite every way, ai'il
especially step the loeli-h habit el employing
expensive quack doctors or using se much of
tiie lie humbug medicine that does you only
harm, but put your trust in that simple, pure
icinedy, Hep Hitler-, that cures always, at a
trilling co-l, and you will see geed times and
have geed health. :-ee another column.
Try I.eeher's Leugh syrup.
i-en AM.AYIMS IIeAim:xi:s3 and Irritation et
tiie Threat it is daily proved that "Jlretcn't
Jirencliiiil Troches"' ale' a mild remedy yet
cry etllcacieus. jii-lw dTThsA w
T i A girl te de general Hou-ework. Apply
at THIS OFFICE.
Frem te in first-class Cabinet Makers.
Fer particulars call at
HOFFMEIEirS FUKNITntE STOKE,
ltd Ne. 20 Eat King Street.
roil SALE OR JIEXT.
wvl.1i: -.. ;ai.i.aghei:.
The Comedian Arrested and liselinrged.
Last evening Harry Gallagher, editor of
the Oirl, had Billy Wylie, the Irish come
dian, of the "Syke"' combination, arrested
en a charge of assault and battery. As
we stated yesterday, Gallagher was
whipped by "Wylie at the Black Herse
hotel, because, as the latter alleged, he
sent a note te Mrs. Wylie, making an un
gentlemanly preposition te her. After
"Wylie's arrest, he was taken te Alderman
McConemy's office, where a crowd seen
gathered. "Wylie being a stranger in the
city, it was seen found that he was unable
te procure bail. The management of
"Syke" desitcd te leave town this morn
ing, and they could net de se without "Wylie
who with his wife, is a prominent member
of the troupe. After some talk with Gal
lager the aflair was compromised, the
suit was withdrawn by him, and the costs
were arranged. The ' Syke " troupe,
with "Wylie and his wife, left for Yerk this
Wylie, the assailant in this case, is a va
riety actor of some reputation. He is an
Irish comedian and has been en the stage
for several years, in which time he has
twice appeared in this city with di.'letcnt
troupes, and has performed at many of
the principal variety theatres of the coun
try. The Farmers' Mutual Insurance Company.
At the general meeting of the members
the Farmers' Mutual insurance company,
held en December 27, 1879, Hen. Jehn
Strohm, Reuben Gather, A. O. ZSTewpher,
David Miller and Rudelph W. Shenk were
elected directors, and Henry Cepcnhc.Ter,
Christian Herr, Pequea, Ames B. Shu
man, Emanuel P. Keller, Jehn Scachrist
and Abraham Buckwaltcr were elected
appraisers for 1SS0. The beard of direc
tors was organized by electing Hen. Jehn
Strohm, president; Rudelph W. Shenk,
treasurer, and A. O. Xewpher, secretary.
The Poultry Shew.
Although the weather is wet te-day and
the streets muddy, the attendance at the
poultry show in Lecher's building is as
large as ever. The judges have been busily
engaged all day in examining and weigh
ing the birds and making the awards, and
exhibitors are net slew in putting up the
cards announcing the premiums taken by
their exhibits. We will publish the olli elli
eial list of premiums as seen as it is com
plete. The exhibition will close te-morrow
.srATlsilrspreveth.il twenty-live per cent,
of the deaths in our larger cities are caused by
consumption, ami wh"ii we relied that this
terrible disea-e in it- worst stage will yield te
a bottle of I.eeher's Itcnewucd Cough Syrup,
shall we condemn the sull'ereis ler their neg
ligence, or pity them for their ignorance".'
Union Hetel, opposite l'cnn'a li. I!. Depot.
.1 . - ...... .......a...
.apply ni i Jlis or r lUr..
. Stere Keem. Xe. 1.1 East King street, new
occupied by Augustus ltheads. Inquire etll.
ti. Lipp, Mi'llersville Avenue or within; also,
the upstairs rooms for rent.
WE CANNOT ADVERTISE
. Reduction of Prices,
As many kinds of goods arc 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
MUSLINS we secured and MUSLINS
stored ' away an immense MUSLINS
quantity, se that our sales- MUSLIN'S
rooms and reserve stock- MUSLINS
rooms leek like wholesale MUSLINS
stores. These standard MUSLINS
goods are new retailing MUSLINS
largely at less than future MUSLINS
We also bought freely of
Aud can show the geed results of our
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 are sold out.
GRAND DEP0T-13TH ST.,
Philadelphia, January C Fleur quiet;
superfine $t 505 (X) ; extra f.! 50Q0 00 ;
Ohie and Indiana fauiilv $700750: l'enn'a
family $G 737 -!3 ; St. Leuis family $7'i'"7 73 :
Minnesota Family $U 7337 23 ; patent and
higli grades JSg'J.
icye neur unchanged.
Cornmeal Urandywinc unchanged.
Wheat dull and heavy; Ne. i Western l.cd
$150 ; l'enn'a red $1 Hy, ; Amber 1 31.
Cern quiet,; steamer net quoted ; yellow 3'Jc :
Oats quiet and dull ; Southern and l'enn'a
while 4s3()e; Western wliite tg30c;, Western
ityeflrm; Western 9Sc ; Pa. 9Sc.
Prevision firm; miss perk $14 00;
heel hamsllSOO: India mess beef rfl 00: bacon
smoked shoulders .rJ3Jc; salt de 44iS3e;
smoked hams 10llc; ""pickled hams S-4jjyj-;c.
Lard exceedingly dull; city kettle sje;
loose buleheis'Tc ; prime steam Sc.
Butter firm ; creamery extra :J2
34c; ilradlerd county and S.Y. extra 27iiSc ;
Western re-erve extra at 24S23e; de geed te
choice lSgiJc : rolls firm l'enn'a extra 'J2
'ic; western reserve extra 2i-',c.
Eggs weak; Choice l'enn'a -Jliic; Western
Cheese firm : N. Y. factory ISQViy.c ; western
full cream ViyglSn; de ler goed"lll-'e; de
Petroleum firm ; Kefincd S'Ac
Whisky $1 13.
A 31 VSE3TEXTS.
OK SALE OK KKNT.
trem Lancaster citv. en c.t-v tenn
Apply ul THIS OFFICE.
T71KK l'KOOF SAFJS FOK SALE.
1 A Fire Proof .safe (Mosier, ItaUman k Ce..
Cincinnati make), .it inches high, St1, wide and
Jl deep, weight 1,2m) pounds, with" Sargent's
Patent Night and Day Combination Leck, for
sale cheap. Applv at the
jaii.-uuj i- 1 i.iii.ivir..M.r.i ur r ixr..
Try Lecher's Cough Syrup.
Aching heads and clouded brains are
by "Sellers' Liver Pills." Try them, sold by
druggists. -J. cent- per box.
Anether Alderman's lilll Paid.
The county commissioners have paid
Alderman McConemy's bill for the month
of December, amounting $115.03, en the
same conditions that the bills of the ether
city aldermen were paid yesterday.
C. Albert Gibbs, son of Chas. M. Gibbs,
lias been appointed clerk in Bair & Sheuk's
banking house in place of Mr. Wiley,
whose acceptance of a clerkship in the
Tanners' bank is elsewhere noted.
Heat relaxes the system and opens the way I
for diseases te attach the depressed and weary j
body. People of judgment and experience at I
such times make use el Kidney-Wert us this '
gieal remedy keeps up the tone of the whole ,
body by enabling the Liver, Uewels and Kid- '
neys te perlem their Inactions perfectly.
Use Lecher's lleiseand Cattle Powders.
Mr. tiadbeis, of ISreekville, Canada, alter be
ing cured efu prostrating malarial diseasecon diseasecen
tracled in Texas, by means of Var11er5 Sale
Pills and Safe Ililters. writes te us: "I shall
never travel in that climate without your Sate
Pills ami safe Kilters as part el" mv outfit."
Pure Spices at Lecher's Drugstore.
The man who lcls his wile or child sutler
trem coughs or colds w itheut getting "Sellers'
Cough Syrup," is lest te common reason.
It was a happy circumstance for Ccorge M.
Cobb, of West ford. 't.. that Kidney-Wert
found its way into his dwelling, no less than
tlnve members of the family having been
cured. As a cathartic and diuretic it acts surely
and without pain and cures obstinate cases of
liver complaints. Kidney disease anil piles.
)n TIIU1JSDAV..IAN. 8, 011 the old Kurtz
larni. one mile northeast et Lancaster city.
it red ' one mile eastward et Litiz turnpike, one.
, soven-year-oui serrei mare, eigiu cows, one
I buggy, several wagons, hurucss,uud a general
! assortment et fanning implements.
sale te commence at l.y. e clock and terms
made known by DANIEL KKCLKY,
ltEMivSiiunuiiT, Auct. jan:(-2tdS.VT
Try Lecher's Cough Syrup.
A Strange 1'cople
De you knew that there are strange peo
ple in'eur community, we say strange because
they seem te prefer te sutler and pass their
days miserably, made se by Dyspepsia and
Liver Complaint, Indigestion, Constipation
and Ceneral Debility, when Shiloh's Vitalizer
is guaranteed te cure them. Sold by I). Ileit
sliu, Lancaster, and M. L. Davis, Miilersville.
live Hundred Thousand Streng.
In the past few months there have been mere
than WKl.uoe bottles of Shiloh's Cure sold. Out
of the vast number of people who have used it,
mere than 2,000 cases el Consumption have
been cured. All Coughs, Croup, Asthma and
P.renehilis yield at once, hence it is that every
body speaks in its praise. Te these who have
uet'tised it. let us say, if von have a cough, or
yeui child the cough, iinu you aluc life, don't
tail te try it. Fer Same back, side or chest 110
shileh's "Pereus Plaster. Sold by veiir drug
gists, D. Heitshu, Lancaster, and if. L.Davis,
Wk have a speedy ami positive cure for Ca
tarrh, Diphtheria. Caukermeuthand Headache
in Shiloh's Catarrh ltemcdy. A nasal injector
free w ith each bottle. Use it if yen desire health
and sweet breath. Price 50 cents. Sold by
1). Heitshu, Lancaster, aud M. L, Davis. Mii
It EXT IIS.
Guefp. On the 3th inst., at Xw Haven,
Harry, youngest son et Martin S. and Julia A.
Grell, aged years.
The relatives and friends et the family arc
respectfully invited teattend the funeral trem
the resilience of his parents, New Haven, en
Thursday, January 8, at .,. o'clock. Interment
at the Mennonitclmceting house, Petersburg, at
1 o'clock. 2td
Keisek. At her rcsidence,2I4 West Chestnut
street, Lancaster, l'a., in her 77th year, Mrs.
Catharine Kevser. wile et Win. Iveyser and
daughter of the late Daniel Fisher, of Uerks
Friends el the family arc rcspectlully in
vited teattend the funeral at s":30 o'clock en
Wednesday morning. Solemn high mass at
St. Josephs Catholic church. Interment in St
Jeseph's cemetery. jan3-3til
IScrks county papers plca.-e copy.
Laxcastek, Dec. 12, 187!f.
INSUKE TOUR I'l.OPEKTYlNKELIABl.E
BENJ. F. SHBNK'S,
Ofiice : 10S West King Street.
L The President and Malingers of the Lan
caster. Elixabethtewn and Middletown Turn
pike ltead have this day declared a dividend of
one dollar and seventv-live cents (fl.i.), en
each share of stock payable after the Mil day
et JAN I'AltY, lsSiJ. janGsjtdeaw
ESTATE OF PETEU LONG, OF LANCAS
TER Citv, l'enn'a, deceased. The under
signed Auditor, appointed te distribute the
balance remaining in the hands of Rev. Wil
liam T. Gerhard, Executer of the last will and
testament of Peter Leng, deceased, te and
among these legally entitled te the same, will
sit for that purpose en SATURDAY, JANU
ARY 31, 18S0. at le o'clock a. in., in the Library
Keem et Hie Court Heuse, in the city of Lan
caster, where all persons interested in said dis
tribution may attend.
jnnU-4td ;BENJ. F. DAVIS, Auditor.
OlM'lIANS' COUKT SALE.
On SATURDAY, JANUARY 10. lsSU. r.
suaut te an order of the Orphans' Court et
Lancasterceuiity, will be sold by public sale,
en the premises, situate in tiie village el
Reamstown, East Cocalico township, Lancas
ter county, the following real estate, late the
property of Isaac Dissinger. deceased, te wit:
A let of ground containing 72 PERCHES ud ud
jeiug properties et Sarah Ansel, Jehn Lc. slier,
'Reuben Ansel, and the public read leading
from Reamstown te Churchtown.
Sale te commence at 2 o'clock p. m. of said
day. Terms made known bv
ELIA ANN DISSINGER.
Jeiix R. Romie, Auct. Administratrix.
SSHJNKE'S SALE OF VAL.UA1II.I-:
PROPERTY. ON SATURDAY, JAN I'
AltY 21. 18M). The undersigned assignees el
Pat rick Can- and wife, of Lancaster city. Pa.,
will expose te public sale, at Michael's hotel,
North Queen street, the following valuable
properties, viz :
Ne, 1. All that certain one and a half sterv
I'.KICK DWELLING HOUSE, and Let or
Piece et Ground thereto belonging, situated
en tiie north side of West King street, Lancas
ter city, said let having a front of l'.l led :
inches, and extending in deptn 100 feet, mere
or less, and being Ne. ".'5 Vest King street,
bounded en the west by property, new or late
of Mary Campbell, en the north bv an alley, en
the east by property new or late of Jeremiah
Campbell, and en the south by West King
Ne. 2. All that ceitain two-story I5RICK
DWELLING HOUSE, and let or piece of
ground, thereto belonging, situate en the west
side of North Plum street, Lancaster city.
Ne. :!S, said let measuring seventeen
feet, mere or less, en Plum street, and
extending in depth westward of that
width, 7!) feet 0 inches, mere or less, bounded
en the east by Plum street, en the south by
property new or late of Jehn J. Dersch, en the
west bv property et Martin Graft", and en the.
north by a common alley. This is a desirable
property located in one of the best parts of
Ne. .i. All these two certain LOTS OF
GROUND situate en the southwest corner of
East Chestnut and Marshall streets, Lancas
ter city. Pa., measuring in lrent en said East
Chestnut street 44 teet, mere or 'less, and ex
"ending in dentil seuthwardly US feet te an alley
said lets being Nes. 91 and Ih! en Chctiiut
street tract; bounded en the north by
said East Chestnut street, en the east by said
Marshall, en the south by a 14-feet wide alley,
and en ;the west by Ne. 0.1 of said Chc-tnut
street tract. These are very desirable building
lets, situated in a new and rapidly impieving
part of the city.
Sate te commence at 7 o'clock, p. ni of said
day. when attendance will be given and term
made known by
EMANUEL E. MILLER,
Assignee of Patrick Carr and Wite,
Henry Shubert, Auctioneer,
INSTATE OF 1'IIILIP FINGEK, LATE OF
J the City et Lancaster, deceased.
Letters et administration en said estate hav
ing been granted te the undersigned, all per
sons indebted te said decedent are requested
te make immediate settlement, and these hav
ing claims or demands against the estate et
said decedent te make known the same te the
undersigned without delay, residing in said
Wm. Aug. Atlek, Attorney. ii22-(itdeaw
LOG HER' S B UIL D IN G
Open Daily irem l)a. m. te 10 p. in. Market
huh mug irem i a. in.
CHICKENS HATCHED DAILY.
Admission, 13 cents. Children. 10 cents.
TULTON Ol'EKA HOUSE.
Watsen, Ellis & Kerncll's
Under the Management of J. 1. MISHLER,
Tiiesdey Evening, January tilli, 18S0.
In an entirely New and Original Entertain
ment, embracing the very best Specialties in
TIIE GKEAT COMPANY:
The Funniest German Comedians in the pro
fession, WATSON ami ELLIs.
The Original Irish Continues,
IIaIiky I THEKERXELLS. Jenx
The American Seng l!ird,MissCLARA MOORE.
The Emperors el Seng and Dance, Messrs.
THATCHER and HUM E.
The Champien Lady Cleg Dancer and Elegant
Actress, Miss ALICE IJATEMAN.
R. G. ALLEN. Uanjeist Par Excellence.
Frank SUYDAM. Euekxi:
The Areuic Meteors. The Modern Goliah.
Mr. GUS. HILL, the King Clubs.
All appearing in a Challenge Olie, concluding
with the Funniest of Comedies,
"A SPLENDID TIME."
POPULAR PRICES, - 25, 35 & 50 Cts
Reserved Seats new for sale at Opera Heuse
E. F. BOWMAN,
f atcnes ui Clods,
106 EAST KING ST.,
X AMI'S, XV.
FLIjtjSt & BREffEMAa"
Ceal Oil Lamps,
These goods are entirely new and handsomer
than ever before ettered and prices lower.
FLINN & BRENEMAN
152 North Queen Street,
Wheijkas, The Honorable JOHN I!. LIV
INGSTON", President, and Honorable DAVID
W. PATTERSON. Associate Judge et the
Court of Common I'leas,in ami for the county of
Lancaster, and Assistant Just icesef the Courts
of Oyer and Terminer and General Jail De
livery and Quarter Sessions of the Peace, in
and ter the county of Lancaster, have issued
their precept, te me directed, requiring me,
among ether things, te make public proclama
tion throughout my bailiwick, that a Court et
Oyer and Terminer and a General Jail Deliv
ery, also a Court of General Quarter Sessions
of the Peace and Jail Delivery, will commence
in the Court Heuse, in the city of Lancaster in
tiie Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, en the
THIRD MONDAY IN JANUARY (lit), 1N-0.
In pursuance of which precept public notice
is hereby given te the Mayer and Aldermen el
the city of Lancaster, in the said county, and
all the'Justicesef the Peace, t lie Corener and
Constables, of the said city and ceuntv of Lan
caster, that they be then and there in their own
proper persons, with their rolls, records and
examinations, and inquisitions, and their ether
remembrances, te de these things which te
their ellicesappcrtain in their behalf tobedene;
aud also all these who will prosecute against
the prisoners who are, or then shall be in the
jail of said county of Lancaster, are te lie then
and there te prosecute against them as shall be
Dated at Lancaster the 27th day of Decem
JACOB S. STRINE, Sherill.
rrilY LOCHEE'S COUGH SY'KUP.
USE LOCHER'S HORSE AND CATTLE
FUSE INSUBANCE COMPANY
ASSETS : One Millien One Hundred
and Thirty-one Thousand Eight
Hundred and Thirty-eight Dollars.
All invested in the best securities,
promptly paid. Fer policies call en
Ne. in East King St.
KIFE & KAUFMAN,
The annual meeting of the Stockholders
et the Farmers' Northern Market Company
will be held at the elliee in the Market Heuse,
en MONDAY. JANUARY" 12, 18S0, between the
hours of 1 and 2 o'clock p. in., at which time an
election ter nine Directors will take place.
New Yerk Market.
New Yerk. Jan. O.-Fleur State and Western
dull and in buyers favor; superfine state
$." 40.- 73 ; extra de $3 'JOifJU 10 ; choice de $t 1.1
G 33; fancy de $6 40775; round hoop Ohie
$i loge 7.": choice de $i S0 75; superfine
western $5 105 73; common te geed extra de
$.") 'J0; 25 ; choice de de $; ;S 50 ; choice white
wheat ile $i!507; Southern quiet and un
changed : common te fair extra H 25g S5;
geed te choice d(s; !K1S 50.
Wheat spring quiet and nominal; Winter a
shade better; Ne. 1 White Feb. by Central
2 5.ii : Ne. 2 Red Feb. bv Centra! J i;2 ; Feb.
$1 5.;1 7i ; March by Central $1 I'd H.
Cern dull and J JUelewcr; Mixed Western
spelSOMigc.lc ; de future MKIim'ia.
OaU dull; statu U5.!Kc; Western 4'.S52c.
Mendat, Jan. 5. The receipts or cattle at
the various Philadelphia yards for the past
week were: Reeves, 3,1'Jl "head ; sheep and
lambs. 7,w de. ; hogs, 5,000 de. ; fre.sh cows,
Reef Cattle The market was inactive en ac
count of the high rate et cattle West, and
prices w ere Jc V B lower. We quote Extra
utS-?gtic; geed at flji5c ; medium, ty.iQ
5e ; common. ."MJIJe. Hulls and eew, 2fg
23jc: calves, 3(Ue.
The following are the consignees at the
West Philadelphia yards: Leweiistcin Arcliam
berg, 310; Ulinau.V Lehman I'.res.. 3,:): J. F.
Sadler .V Ce., ."I"!: I'. Sheet, 20S ; uweu Mnith
A Rre.,210; A. & J. Ciuisty, 210; McArdle &
Mayncs, 201: Jehn Tavier, 2u0; Daniel myth,
23!); all ethers, 205 head.
SALES AT THE WEST 1'lIIL.MIELl'lIIA YA11D.
ISO Reger Mayncs, Western, gross, 5JT.ie.
15'J E. . & 15. F. Mel'illeii, Western "and Va.,
IK! Owen Muiih, Western and Va., VMZyic
177 A. ii J. Christy, Western, gross, fjec.
237 L'lluian ti Lehman Jires., Western and l'a.,
f5 M. Levi, Western, gross. :!$ ."iJ.;Cc.
70 James Clenisen, Chester ceuntv, giess, y,
171 Jehn'McArdle, Western and Lancaster co.,
Ki Denis Mnvth, Chester county, gross, Ig
lue Daniel Murphy, Western and Chester co.,
100 Leweiistein & Adler, Western, gross, y.
1G0 G. s-chauibcrg & Ce., Western gre-s, 4
1.0 F. sjhcctz, Western gross. syQzyc.
150 Daniel Mnyth & I!re.. Virginia' and Pa.
CO L. Hern, Del., and W. Va.. gross. :y.inyic.
47 II. Chain, jr., Western, gross, 45c.
115 Duchmaii & Levi, Western, giess, yl
25 Abe Osthcim, V.'cstcrn, gross, 4tje.
34 P. Hathawav, Western and Lancaster co.,
4.) Jas. Eustace, Western gross. :!J."tJ..
35 Jas Anil. Western, gross, 3,."ic.
325 J. F. Sadler & Ce., Western, gross, :;-
SALES ATTIIEJ.-OUTII ritlLADKLVIIIA YAEI).
350 li. Hepe, Western and Va., gross. IWCc.
100 Kiefcr& Katz, Western, gross, lfrjOc.
150 Ridey & Scaltergoed, Western, gross, 5ff
3d W. W. Tiffany. Western, gross, lff.Tc.
72 E. A L. Chandler, Western, gross" 4yit,Trc.
t(! I!. Ualdwin, Chester ceuntv, gross, Hj&r,y,i;.
110 Jehn Ridey, jr.. mixed, gross, '2,1.
OS Levi Nichols, Western, gross, :',y.(it7c.
32 Geerge linker, mixed, gross, lhV,yv.
!2) Fied. Hascnlus, mixed, gross, 3l?34c.
20 N. J. Wilsen, mixad, gross, SJsf&.'iLfe.
23 S. W. licurdict, mixed. gress,"4'4c
2i Ames Ruckman, mixed, gross, 23Jc.
Hieep The market during the past w cek was
moderately act ive, and the prices were !4c
?? B.. higher. We quote Extra. 10 te 130 lbs.,
ut2&(ic; geed, !K) te 100 lbs, ."ffi.V'c ; geed,
SO te 00 lbs, SQ.VJic ; fair, 70 te se lbs, t;475c ;
lair 90 te 8Q tt.s, 55e: common, VXiiir:
.sainuel C. Stew art sold 100 headiircased sheep
at 5)c te OJc.
Lambs The, market for the past week was
fair, and lambs were in demand, but l'v ar
rivals. We quote Extra, (Jc ; geed, GgOJc ;
medium, lie ; common. 5K5c.
Hogs Tiie market during the past week was
dull and pi ices were lower. A choice let sold
utTKc, ail(l we quote Extra at 7Jc ; geed at
7c: medium atOSiyc ; common at llgilc.
Fresh Cows The market was dull uniTpriccii
were unchanged, but few sales had taken place
up te neon te-day. We quote from $20 te $50
Murdered for Teu Cents.
Louisville, Jan. 0. Three negrees.
Jack Briuley, Jim Ellis and Jack Parker,
quarreled in the East End last night ever
ten cents, which resulted in Ellis killing
Brinley by sheeting. Ellis is in jail.
Twe Mere Victims of au Explosion.
Xewakk, X. J., Jan. C Hiram O.
Pierce, hurt in the celluloid explosion, died
at St. Barnabas hospital late last night,
and Edward C. Bleem, another victim
died at St. Michael's hospital.
Large Mills Darned.
Teledo, O., Jan. 6. A fire this morn
ing destroyed the cellce, spice and licorice
mills of C. C. "Warren & Ce., involving a less
of $3000 en machinery and fixtures valued
at $20,000. The insurance amounts te
Oil Works en Fire.
Xew Yerk, Jan. G. A lire broke out
this morning in Lembard & Ayrcs's oil
works, feet of Sixty-Sixth street. Twe
persons were seriously burned, one of
whom, James Reilley, a laborer, will prob
Jail ItreakerShet and Killed.
Brownsville, Tenn., Jan. (!. Geerge
ilhams, colored, attempted te break jail
and was shot dead.
A Christian Eve Crime.
Xew Yerk, Jan. 0. On Christmas eve
Jehn Maragin split Themas Ilearhcy-'s
skull with a hatchet, and the latter new
lies in a dying condition. The men were
neighbors and Maragin entertained a spite
against IFeaphey. Maragin is under ar
Train Oil' the Track.
Kansas Citv, Jan. (5. A train en Kan
sas City, Fert Scott and Gulf railroad ran
oft the track at Shawnee station, yester
day. The station platform was demolish
ed and ether property damaged te the ex-
extent of $50,000.
Why They Want Their Wages Increased.
St. Leuis, Me., Jan. (5. Xcarly 1,000
coal miners of Illinois assembled in mass
meeting, near French Village, yesterday,
aud discussed their grievances. They say
that in consequence of the heavy increase
in the cost of blasting powder, miner's oil,
and of all articles of family consumption,
they must have higher wages. Xe definite
action was taken, but the regular delegate
meeting will be held at East St. Leuis to
day, at which it is probable a formal de'
mand will !e made en mine owners aud
operators, and if this demand is net com
plied with, the entire district will go en a
AN Ol'KN DKAWISKIDGE.
1'HILADKLriIIA, Jan. 0.
12:30 r. M.
Stocks dull and steady.
PennaO's (third issue) 100
Philadelphia & Erie
United Ces. et N". J..
Central Transportation Ce. 40
Pitts., Titusville & lluffale. 11J
N. Y. Central
Cleveland A Pittsburgh.
Pittsburgh & Fert Wayne. .111
Western Union Tel. Ce 100
Teledo & Wabash 43
New Jerscv Central &e
New Yeiik, Jan. 6.
etice is hereby given te the Lancaster
County Mutual Insurance Company that an
election will be held at the elliee et the coin
pany. at Williamsport, en TUESDAY', JAN
UARY' 13, lSbO, between the hours of 10 and 4
o'clock, ler the pnrpee of electing nine di
rectors te serve the company for the ensuing
year. N. E. SLAYMAKER,
The president and managers of the Lan
caster and Susquehanna turnpike read have
declared a dividend of three and ene-twcltth
per cent, en the capital stock of the company,
payable en demand at the office of the treas
urer. TV. P. BRINTON, Treasurer.
janS-3td 38 Seuth Queen street.
I ELECTION NOTICE.
2i Netice is hereby given te the members of
the Lancaster County Mutual Insurance Com
pany that an election will be held at the elliee
of the company, at Williamstown, en TUES
DAY", JAN UARY 13, 16S0, between the hours et
10 o'clock a. m. and 4 o'clock p. in., ler the pur
pose of eleetingninedircctorsteservcthe com
pany for the ensuing vear.
N. E, SLAYMAKER,
Freight Traill Falls Fifty Feet Without
Hurting Anybody The Cars take Fire.
WoeniiRinc.i:, X". J., Jan. . A freight
train en the Leng Branch railroad ran
through the drawbridge ever the Kali way
river early this morning and fell fifty feet
into the river where the water was twenty
feet deep. Xe one but the engineer was
hurt, and his injuries are only slight. After
the accident the wreck took lire and six
cats were consumed. The drawbridge had
been unaccountably left open.
Southern Seaaterships. '
The approaching senatorial election in
Mississippi excites much interest and
speculation among Southern politicians in
Washington. Senater Lamar is actively
and heartily in favor of Gen. Walthall,'
n uu pcriermeu. vaiuauie services ler the
senator when his own election occurred,
four years age. Senater Lamar and Gen.
Walthall tire law partners, and devoted
personal friends. 3Iissisippians are
fend of describing the enthusiasm of the
attachment of these gentlemen for each '
ether in the Senate. Walthall rep
resents the conservative clement of the
democracy et his state, lie is said
te be a geed political tactician, and will
probably be elected according te the best
information received. The fact, however,
that lie lives only thirty miles from Ox
ford, Senater Lamar's home, will be likelv
te bring upon him a het sectional tight
from ether parts of the state. Among
his prominent competitors arc Gen. J. Z.
Geerge, new of the supreme cenrt of
Mississippi, who resides at Jacksen. Gen.
Geenrc was a prominent candidate when
Mr. Lamar was chosen. He is an able
man, aud was largely instrumental in
rescuing his state from Radical control in
1873, being at that time chairman of the
state committee. Representative Single
ton is also a candidate, and has made an
exceedingly active canvass.
Quite as much inteiest is felt iu the ac
tion of Gov. Cobb, of Alabama. ren-ardin-
the appointment of a successor te the late
Senater Ilousten, as in the Mississippi
senatership. The Legislature will net
elect the new senator until Xevember,
and the executive appointee will thcrcfore
serve during the remainder of the pres
ent session. It is prebable that Gov.
Cobb will appoint Luke Prver. of
Athens, te the scat of the dead sen
ator. Mr. Pryer has never held elliee, and
is therefore unknown outside or Alabama,
where his reputation as a lawyer and citi
zen is of the highest rank, lie resides in
the same town where Senater Housten
lived, and was for inanv years his partner
iu the practice of law. His appointment
would satisfy the territorial demands
of Xerth Alabama and meet the re
quirements of the senatorial position upon
the score of ability and character. A
shrewd Al.i bama politician who has been
named among the prominent aspirants
says that Gov. Cobb would probably ap
point Mr. Pryer in the interest of his own
aspirations for re-election te the governor
ship. Gov. Cobb is anxious te be re-elected
and te appoint, either Gen. Walker, Gen.
Wheeler, Mr. Pugh, Mr. Bradford or Gcu.
Ferney, all of whom were named when
Gov. Housten was elected, and all of whom
will be aspirants when the election shall
occur iu Xevember, would be te give the
appointee iiudue advantage and te make
unhiendly te Gov. Cobb all the ether as
pirants. It is assumed in this calculation
of Mr. Pryer's appointment that he will be
satisfied with his I'cvr months' tenure of the
senatorial toga, and will net aspire te
further political honors. His appointment
would therefore give no offense te the lend
ing aspirants, te whom the field for the
senatership would still be left open.
Republicans Against Grant.
An independent Republican movement
for the purpose of del'eatiug Gen. Grant's
nomination has been started, and the de
tails of the movement and the names of the
gentlemen engaged therein will be made
public in a few days. The object of the new
organization is te centralize inone massall
of the Republican opposition te ('rant in
the country. Jehn Sherman is really at
the head of the movement, and he hopes
te be the chief beneficiary. The principal
idea at this time is te have it known
throughout the country that certain Re
publicans of preminencu will net support
Grant in the event of his nomination for a
third term. Se far, Geerge William Curtis
and ex-Senater Hendersen, of Missouri, are
the only ones who have made that an an
neuncment publicly. Mil rat Halstead, of
the Cincinnati Cummcrciul, Sherman's
organ, is enlisted iu the movement against
Grant. It is expected that Blaine's adher
ents will help iu the anti-Grant undertak
ing, and the Maine chieftain will endeavor
te diawte his support every anti-Grant
Republican that Sherman cannot capture.
Gen. Hendersen has been anil is active
in this movement as a friend of Sherman.
Attempt te Wreck a Train r Cars.
Buffalo, X. Y., Jan. 0. A dastardly
attempt was made te wreck the Falls
train en the Xew Yerk Central branch last
evening, between Xerth Buffalo and
Tonawanda, several rails having been
wedged between the tracks and a number
of tics piled across. The pilot of the
engine had already mounted the first
when the train was stepped.
Kcspect te the Dcail Senater's 3Icmery.
Washington", Jan. (.Without .trans
acting any business of importance the
Senate at 12:30 adjourned out of respect
for the memory of the late Senater Hous Heus Hous
eon. A resolution te inquire into recent Ute
outbreak was adopted and the Heuse
went in committee of the whole en report
of the committee en rules relative te a re
vision of Heuse rules. Without definite
action the committee arose and the Heuse
at onc-ferty-fivc adjourned out el respect
te the memory of the late Senater Hous Heus Hous
eon. SITTING DULL.
Located Just Acress the Iterdnr.
Winnipeg, Man., Jan. G. A letter has
been received from Weed Mountain stating
that Sitting Bull has moved from Fert
Walsh and is new located about GO miles
southeast of the fort and only about one
mile from the boundary. Buffalo arc
The Neble Ked Man te Take Her With Him
Washington", Jan. (. Secretary Schurz
te-day received a telegram from General
Hatch sayingthat Ouray desired permis
sion te bring his wife with him te Wash
ington and inquiring whether the request
should be granted. The secretary replied
in the affirmative.
THE IKISII POOR.
Subscription for their Kelicf.
Londen, Jan. G. The fund instituted
by the lord mayor of Londen for the
popular distress in Ireland new amounts
The Pennsylvania "Ucvelt."
Many of the Republican papers in Penn
sylvania arc outspoken in condemning the
early calling of the Republican convention
in that state te appoint delegates te thena -tienal
convention. The Nae Era, at Lan
caster, pronounces the action of the
executive committee a virtual disfran
chisement of the strongest Republican
country in the state. The Philadelphia
North American says : "It is pretty plain
that the country delegates will net permit
the delegation of the state te be consigned
te any one man without a vigorous light,"
andtlic Philadelphia Press declares that
there was no justifying reason for the
haste shown te the call, and that it cannot
but lead te mischief. The Hen. Geerge
Lear, late attorney general el the state,
also condemns the early call, aud regards
the Grant boom as having reached its
fioed and being already en its ebb.
Importation of Heg into Canada.
The following amendment has been made
te the regulations of June 13, last, for the
slaughtering and carrying imported swine
in bend, viz. : " In the exportation of
sixty-live jcr cent, live weight of
imported hogs, weighing 200 pounds
and under, iu meat or dry salted
and net pickled, and of lard, fried or
melted, for each (." per cent, thus ex-
L ported the sum of $100 of the warehouse
bends may be cancelled ; the regular ones
te remain unaltered as respects all hogs
imported, weighing ever 200 pounds
A LARGK SAVING IN SUIJSCRIPTIONS.
We can furnish the Ixtkluebncxi. iu combi
nation witli leading periodicals of the country
te new and old subscribers at a considerable
reduction en the regular subscription prices.
Cash in advance.
Newark's New Mayer Inaugurated.
XnwAiiK. X. J., Jan. G. William II. II.
Fiedler, the new mayor of Xewark, was
sworn in at neon te-day in the city hall.
rimE FOLLOWING ACCOUNTS WILL DE
JL presented for confirmation nisi en MON
DAY, JANUARY' 19,1830:
Isaac Rife's trust estate, Uriah Eckert trustee
Fanny Witmer's trust estate, David JJaker,
Samuel L. Lehman's assigned estate, Jehn
L. Gingrich, assignee.
Henry S. Myers's assigned estate, Jehn II.
Zcllcrs 9t al., assignees. dec-2i-3tw
The Chicago Tribune says that cx-Gev.
Washburne, of Wisconsin, has just given
the Wisconsin industrial association forty
acres of land in the vicinity of Mineral,
Point, his old home, te be used as perma
nent fair grounds. He had previously
given fifty thousand dollars te the state
university for an astronomical observatory,
and had given the state his country scat,
near Madisen, for an industrial school for
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Atlantic Monthly i 4 00 $ S 00 " SO
Harper's Monthly 4 00 4 7." 5 Se
Weekly 4 00 5 00 &)
" Dazar. 4 00 5 00 5 SO
Appleton's Journal 3 00 4 00 4 75
I'epular Science Monthly.... 5 00 5 75 0 50
North American Review 5 00 5 50 '"25
New Y'erk Medical Journal. 4 00 4 75 5 50
I'epular Science Monthly
and Appleton's Journal... 8 00 8 00 8 50
North American Keview 1150 1150 12 25
I'epular Science Monthly
and Appleton's Journal,
with plate of " Dickens in
his Study" 9 00 8 50 9 25
And North American Review 14 00 12 50 IS 25
Appleton's Journal and
North American Review... 8 00 7 50 8 25
Popular Science Monthly
and North American Re
view 10 00 9 50 25 10
STEINMAN & UENSEL,
T OCHEK'S COUGH SYKUP IS THE I5EST.