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LANCASTER, PA., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 24 1880
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ED AXI) UNBLEACHED MUSLINS. TICK
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43 WEST KING STREET
WE P. FRATTiEyS
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768 Nerm yueen Street, Lancaster, Pa.
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All work guaranteed and satisfaction given
n every particular.
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t North Qimi street. m301
SPRHG & SUMMER
We arc new prepared te show the public one
of the largest stocks of
ever exhibited in the city of Lancaster. Geed
Working Suits for men $0.03. Geed Styles
Cashmere Suits for men $7.50. Our All Weel
Men's Suits that we are selling ler $9.00 are as
geed as you can buy elsewhere for $12.00. Out
fteek of Overcoats are Immense. All grades
anil every variety of styles and colors, for
men, boys and youths, all our own manufac
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CUSTOM DEPARTMENT !
We are prepared te show one et the best
stocks of Piece Goods te select from and have
made te order ever shown in the city. They
are all arranged en tables titted up expressly
se that every piece can be examined before
making a selection. All our goods have been
purchased bclere the rise in woolens. Wc are
prepared te make up in geed style and at short
notice und at bottom prices. We make te or
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your goods at
you save one profit, as we manufacture all our
own Clothing and give employment te about
one hundred hands. Cull and examine our
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MYERS & RATHFON,
Centre Hall, Ne. 12 East King Street.
11 Gran & Bre's.
With a stock mere than denhle of any pre
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AH our goods having been bought before this
mammoth advance in prices, vv u arc retailing
MEN'S, BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S
At lenq than Wholesale Prices. Our Clothing
has all been manufactured in this city by Ex
cellent Hands, and will compete for Fit. Style
and Workmanship with anything ever shown
in Lancaster or elsewhere.
Nete Our Sample Prices:
A Streng Iren Twist Working Suit for...$ 3.50
A Geed Bu-ine-s Suit for. 4.75
A Geed Casbimcre Suit for 6.30
A Geed Cheviot Suit (!) Styles) 8.00
A Geed Cheviot Suit, Light, (S Styles).. . 9.00
A Fine Cheviot Suit, Light, (0 Styles).... 12.00
A Fine Dress Suit (5 Styles) 14.00
An Extra Dress Suit (4 Styles) lfi.00
A Superb Dress Suit (3 Styles) 20.00
A Large Stock of Stylish Tauts Cheap.
BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHING
In Large Variety at LOW PRICES.
Bevs' Suits trem
Children's Suits from
. . .$2.50 up.
... 1.02 up.
Gents' Furnishing Goods, Hats,
Caps, Trunks and Valises.
Our Custom Department :
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FOREIGN and DOMESTIC. CHEVIOT, CAS
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the OLD PKICES.
Business Suits from..
Dre-s Suits fiem
. 15.00 up.
. 3.00 up.
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PIlepairinK and Ke-uphclstcring at short no
ice. Picture Frames made te order, at
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WALTER A. HEINITSH.
ROBES, BLANKETS, C.
IGN OF THE BUFFALO HEAD.
ROBES ! ROBES 1 !
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Cheapest Assektmkst of Lined and Unlined
BUFFALO UOBES in the city. Alse LAP
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WEDNESDAY EVE'G, MAECH 24, 1880.
MR. ZACHARIAS'S CORRESPONDENCE
His Description of a Hqchzelt In the An
tique Khenisn City A Curious and
Beautiful Ceremony In an Old
AN IMPERIAL SPORTSWOMAN.
The Empress of Austria in the Saddle A
Scotch Nobleman's Eccentricities
Pickpockets In Prayer Meeting.
A Wedding In Cologne.
Correspondence et the Intelligences.
Net far from the market-place in Cologne
is the St. Martin's church, the earliest his
tory and foundations of which are asso
ciated with the names of Scottish mission
aries who came from their monastic homes
in the far distant north. One recognizes
from the surroundings that he must be in
the eldest part of the city, for the streets
are tortuous and the church itself almost
hid by the surrounding houses. One has
te enter its portal through an archway,
which forms part of a dwelling house, and
is net sure that he has reached its en
trance until a group of 'children and a
beadle are seen before the immediate deer.
Fortunate was I, as a marriage was te be
celebrated, and thus an American could
see what was a genuine Colegneso hoch hech
zeit. Entering the portal, one turns te the
right, where an excellent plr.ee is secured.
Already many of the friends of the bride
have arrived. These have arranged them
selves en either side of the main aisle and,
standing, await the coming of the bridal
party the gentlemen and ladies respec
tively together. This seemed rather novel,
as one is se accustomed te see the friends
in the immediate altar space, or sitting in
the lrent pews. Very picturesque were
the groupings of delicate blue and pink
silk dresses, in which the ladies were at
tired. They occasionally conversed te
gethcr in an undertone, but were mere in
tent upon the entrance of the bride and
bridegroom, who were expected each mo
ment. Seme of the gentlemen were stiff
in their Prussian uniform, whilst ethers
were the accustomed full black cloth.
These, then, were the invited friends
of the bride and bridegroom. Between
this divided phalanx of friends, they must
pass en their way te the altar. The ple
beians, of whom I was one, had the advan
tage of cheesing seats wherever wished.
Presently the bridal party with their at
tendants entered the church, accompanied
by a little girl who carried the bridal
bouquet. These moved very slowly through
the aisle, pressing between the friends who
had advanced themselves en either side.
The bride and bridegroom having reached
the altar space, knelt at the Pre Dieux
and awaited the priest, who seen made his
appearance. The friends new moved from
the aisle towards the altar, each gentle
man escorting his lady te the altar-spacCj
thus forming a very imposing precession,
at least a very beautiful one. Here they
again separated, the ladies forming a cir
cle te the left, and the gentlemen one te
the right. The former knelt, the latter
steed during the ceremony. The bride
was dressed in white and were a veil
of the most transparent material, se
that her features could be distinctly
seen. The priest, after addressing a
few words te the bridal party, preached
a marriage sermon of ten or liftccn minutes'
length. The ceremony new followed,
which was very short and simple. During
the ceremony I could net but notice the
features and physique of the old priest who
acted as assistaut. He was the most gen
uine specimen of a well-fed, fat, mediaeval
monk, I have ever seen. His corporeal di
mensions were by no means small, and his
face approached what may be called jelly.
Throughout the ceremony he acted in such
a brotherly way, during which he held the
pen, iuk and paper which was later used
by the officiating priest te render valid the
marriage paper. This seemed wand-shaped
and was waved by the priest at the close
of the ceremony, with the sign of the cress
ever the bridal party. The ceremony being
finished, the bride and bridegroom moved
very slowly from the altar, passing out the
aisle of the church. When they had reach
ed the portal the old assistant beckoned te
the groomsmen that they should escort the
bridesmaids thither also. The gentlemen
triends new came from the left side of the
altar space and escorted the ladies te the
same place. Quite a biidal precession was
thus formed again, which, in the most or
derly way, moved out the aisle of the
church, which closes my actual knowledge
of thisliechzeit in Colegue. Here we must
step, hoping that the biidal party are en
joying an excellent marriage dinner, for it
is midday. One must acknowledge that
the whole ceremony was very impressive,
and no Protestant could have said nay te
its simplicity. Indeed far simpler was it
than the marriage ceremony in many Prot
estant churches. Moreover eue did net see
the officious and consequential ushers,
who burden many marriage ceremonies
with supra-attention. Yet the greatest
order prevailed, the old monk acting as
usher, and well he did his work. After
the bridal party had gene, I saw him kind
ly talking te some of his fleck in the most
patriarchal way he laughing and smiling
they bowing and ceurtesying.
The church itself is very old and dates
from the Merevingian period. The pres
ent structure dates from the time of Abel
hard and was consecrated in 1172 by Arch
bishop Philip. The eastern portion, which
is very massive, has a tower and four tur
rets, aud was a later addition. The church
has been restored several times, but the
main building dates from 1172. It seems
somewhat Byzantine in style, althengh
Romanesque and Gothic additions are
plainly seen. Rounded arches are used,
with the exception of the window te the
left of the portal, which is Gothic pointed.
The interior is undergoing at present a
most judicious restoration and is being
decorated in strict Byzantine style. Saints
and angels in bold outlines, rest en gilt
backgrounds en the ceiling and walls.
On the side walls under the clear-story
are scenes selected from the Old Testament
history ; the dark outlines of these figures
give the appearance of a continuous frieze
around the entire church. The stained
glass of the windows is exceedingly bril
liant in coloring, and thus contrasts with
the gilt en the wall aud the dark frieze of
the clear-story. The main portion of the
church rests en square pillars, above
which are the Romanesque, windows by
which the interior is lighted. The glare
which se often annoys the worshipers in
American churches is thus avoided, which
is ene of the many excellencies of the
Byzantine and Romanesque architecture.
Te the left of the main portal is a font very
antique in design, and said te have been a
gift from Pepe Lee III. in 803. Statues
by Heffman, of Reme, are en the side
altars, whilst a fine "Descent from the
Cress," by DuBois. and a " Christ before
Annas," arc in the north aisle.
Unwillingly de I cease describing this old
Scotch St.Martin'schurchef Cologne. Since
I have seen this and ether Cologne churches,
one cannot but recegnize the fact that
Rebert Jehn, of New Yerk, and his school
of ecclesiastical art, have borrowed largely
in design and coloring from the Colegnese,
and the Colegnese from the earlier Roman
esque and Byzantine artists. Thus I think
as I sit en the curbstone opposite the por
tal of St. Martin's. The school children
pass by me, gazing at the stranger, and
step te listen te the lugubrious strains
that come from his pipes, whilst the stran
ger enjoys this specimen of German life.
As the Colegnese children turn the
corner, the strauger once again turns
his eyes for the last time upon old St.
Martin's church, and leeks upon its walls
gray with age, and thinks of the many
medixval characters who must have wer
Geobee Merxk Zacuaiuas.
Au Imperial Huntress.
The Empress of Austria in Ireland Hard
Kitting and Frequent Tumbles.
The empress of Austria when in Ireland
spends three-fourths of her time in the
saddle. Out of the county of Galway,
where the sporting squires seldom think
of anything but steeple chasing ever the
country, in scarlet coats and top beets,
after the historic pack of hounds known
as "The Blazers," there is nothing like it.
On Sundays aud holidays, wheu the county
hounds are sleeping in the kennel, the em
press improvises a pi ivatc chase ever the
grounds attached te her residence at Sum
mer Hill. She cannot get en without a
daily burst of riding. It, is all very line
sport for the empress, who may be said te
live aud have her being en horseback ; but
what a time of it some of her household
must have during these Irish hunting trips.
There's peer Prince Lichtenstein who is
brought out every day "te enjoy the delighs
of the chase." lie leeks about as happy at
the end of a week's hard hunting as a
puppy with its tail newly decked. His
imperial highness was very near providing
a job for the coreuer for the county of
Meath. While enjoying the delights of
the chase, he met with what hersey men
call a "tremendous cropper," that is te
say, the prince, when charging full speed
at a stiff fence, ever which his imperial
mistress had as usixal, led the way in
flying fashion, suddenly vacated his saddle,
and went sprawling along several feet of
Irish earth. It took him some time te
pick himself up, and when he was
overhauled by the surgeon, whom
the empress has thoughtfully attached
te her hunting establishment, it was found
that though he wasn't broken anywhere,
he was se bruised and blackened that bed,
bleeding, aud bandages were the peer
prince's portion for some days. Then her
majesty's personal attendant, a Hun
garian, who is bound te fellow her where
ever she gees en horseback, get such a
general smashing all ever that he is new
lying up for repairs at Summer Hill house,
se that her majesty's surgeon has no sine
cure. On the very first day after her ar
rival in Ireland the empress and her horse
had a bad tumble. Her majesty jumped
te her feet like an acrobat ; she came up
smiling but muddy, for she had been spun
into the dark drain of a "double ditch. "
Her steed, however, lay where he fell, and
it was found that the peer brute had sus
tained such injuries, external and internal,
that his hunting days arc at an end. "Give
me another horse!" cried the empress,
who, fortunately, had no wounds te be
bound up. They get her another horse,
and away she went, flying ever the stone
walls and big embankments, until she
came up with the hounds; then she led
the way, and, as usual, was one of the few
who saw the finish. The hardest-riding
hunting men we have are "nowhere"
when this mighty huntress is in the field.
Seme Irish ladies, trying te fellow the
Austrian empress, have performed curious
feats of tumbling. One of them was
brought home te the paternal residence
with her leg fractured.
It is said that her majesty's son, the
Crown Prince Rudelph, is coming ever te
visit his mother at her Irish hunting quar
ters. He has been already in Ireland, but,
curiously enough for a son of such a
mother, young Rudelph does net hunt.
There was a notable hunting gathering
near Dublin one day while he was there.
The heir te the crown of Austria was
there in a carriage and pair ! The story
gees that his royal mother has taken a
solemn premise from him that he will net
hunt. Probably her majesty considers
that one slave in the family te the dashing,
dangerous sport, is sufficient. Except as
regards her daily appearance in the hunt
ing field, the empress lives in the strictest
privacy. Ne communication whatever
passed between her and the vice-regal peo
ple at Dublin castle, further than that her
majesty sent a check te the .Duchess of
Marlborough toward her grace's Irish re
A Wayward Lord.
Romantic Story or HU Marrage With Hit
Geerge Essex Mentifer, Lrd Drum
mend, grandson and heir of the present
Earl of Perth, has gene back te Scotland.
Seven or eight years age, when he was
only about fifteen years of age, he married
his grandmother's maid, a buxom girl
several years elder than himself, and ran
away with her te this country. He landed
in New Yerk without means, and hired
himself as a shipping clerk te a down
town firm. He was wayward, and, by his
own account, drank himself out of his po
sition, when he left the city, and
settled at Broek Haven, a fishing vil
lage en Leng Island. He lived in a pic
turesque old farm house, supporting his
wife very comfortably by fishing and
sheeting. He remained there several years.
He lest all his English characteristics, and
in appearance, manner and language was
like the fishermen who surrounded him.
He had little education, and no taste for
reading, and seemed both oentented with
and fitted te the life he led. He was tall
and athletic, might be seen any summer
evening after fishing hours slouching
about his deer yard, wearing a blue flan
nel shirt, heavy- pair of rubber beets
and battered old seu'wester. His neigh neigh
bers.knew him as Geerge, and the young
generation found him a aoen companion.
About two years age a son and
heir was born te him. Last year he quit
fishing, and, bringing his wile and child
te the city, hired himself out as porter te
a dry goods house. The wife of the young
ford is passably geed-looking, she is sub
stantial in person, and leeks as if she en
jeyed geed health. She also is uneducated,
but she has read te an extent, and is con
siderably mere intelligent than his lord
ship. She talks cockney English, and
takes the wildest liberties with the letter
H. The animal health of the parents
seems te have descended te the child.
When the young lord was shipping clerk
in the city he was visited by Lord Walter
Campbell, son of the Duke of Argylc, and
brother of the Marquis of Leme, who was
a member of a New Yerk business house at
that time, and who unsuccessfully tried te
persuade the runaway te give up his wife
and te return te his people. It is under
stood that a reconciliation has been effected
between the old earl and his grandson.
De Thieves Attend Prayer Meeting
While one of the members of the Pres
byterian church in Edenburg, Clarien
county, was leading in prayer at a meeting
in the church a few nights age, a lady
member sprang te her feet and exclaimed :
" Seme one has stolen my pocketbook with
$30 in it ! " The brother stepped praying.
Anether brother demanded that the church
deer be locked and ue one present be per
mitted te leave, except one member who
was despatched for an officer. The officer
arrived and was told te search every person
in the room. Many protested against this
as a personal indignity, but all had te sub
mit. The pocketbook was net found. The
meeting then broke tip. Next morning the
pocketbook was found en the sidewalk near
the church deer. It contained $12. The
weman insists that it was stolen and $18
taken from it. Many people assert their
belief tfiat the woman fest the pocketbook
while going te the church, and having
exaggerated the amount it contained when
she thought it had been stolen, persists in
placing a whole cengregatian under sus
picion rather than admit having uttered a
falsehood. Others believe that there was
a theft, as this is the third instance of prop
erty being missed "at the church meetings
within a short time. One night a sealskin
cloak and cap were net te found when the
owner came te leek for them. Anether
night a woman discovered that an ostrich
plume worth $10 had been removed from
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E. J. ERISMAJSTS,
56 NORTH O.UEKN STKEET.
AS. ROSENHACM St CO.,
. PACKEUS OF LEAF TOBACCO, Ne. 22?
Prince street, Laaeaater, Pa.
THE GRAND DEPOT
IS THE LARGEST RETAIL HOUSE in the United States,
. exclusive of New Yerk City. It carries DOUBLE THE
STOCK of any Retail Heuse in Philadelphia.
Buyers are Sure of Seeing the LARGEST ASSORT
MENT of Newest Goods. A System of Business is ob
served that Ensures PERFECT SATISFACTION.
A CORDIAL INVITATION is Extended te all who
The New Stock for Spring is Just Opened.
13th Street, Market te Chestnut,
SPEING DRESS GOODS!
SPRING DRESS GOODS!
SPRING DRESS GOODS!
HAGER & BROTHER
Arc new opening NEW SPRING DUESS GOODS in all the Latest Shade.
NOVELTIES LN FRENCH DRESS GOODS 1
NOVELTIES IN ENGLISH DRESS GOODS!
FULL LINES OF AMERICAN DRESS GOODS1
French Grenadine. Plain and Lace Bunting. Cretonnes. Chintzes, Canten Dress Ging
hams and Seersucker. Black Cashmere Silks, in all qualities, trem 75c. te $!.- per yard, Celer
ud Silks, new shades, Trimming Silks, Satins and Peking.
Of best make, imported In all qualities, Silk Warp, Henriettas, Crepe Cleth nnil Tami.sc
Genuine Kid Gloves trem !?.tot button, in III. ick Celers. White and Opera shades. Lisle
Gloves, 2, 3 and 4 Elastics, Lisle Gloves, L.icu Tep, Silk Gloves, Black and Celers, t, 3 ami 4
Elastic. White Goods, Lace Goods, Hosiery and Corsets.
J. B. MARTIN & CO.
ABE NOW OFFEKING SPECIAL VALUE IN
Black Silks and Black Cashmeres.
Our lines efthese goods were selected with Great Care, and ler Excellent Colerand Dura
bility of Wear they are unexcelled.
DRESS GOODS. DRESS GOODS.
LATEST NOVELTIES FOR SPRING WEAR.
FINE FANCY HOSIERY!
Fer Ladies, Gents and Children. UNDERWEAR. Light and Heavy Weight, for Ladles, Gents
OUR DOMESTIC DEPARTMENT
Contains all the Favorite lirands of Muslins. Sheetings, Tickings, Linen Damasks. Ac, which
we arc selling at Lew Prices. Carpets, Wall Paper, Quecuswarc, Oil Cleths uhd Prime Feathers
J. B. HARTIN'd CO.
I ATT, SHAND 4 C01PAHT
Have determined te sacrifice all the Short Lengths and Odd Lets in every department.
REMNANTS OF BLACK GOODS,
REMNANTS OP DRESS GOODS,
REMNANTS OF FLANNELS AND SHIRTINGS,
REMNANTS OF TABLE LINENS,
REMNANTS OF CASSIMERES AND CLOAKINGS.
REMNANTS of all kinds et goods at prices that must effect a speedy clearance.
NEW YORK STORE.
Will Remove NEXT WEEK te 8 & 10 EAST
EDW. J. ZAHM, Jeweler,
Zahm's Cerner. Lancaster, Pa.,
AMERICAN & FOREIGN WATCHES,
Sterling Silver and Silver-Plated Ware,
Clods, Jewelry anil Ariflel fled Spectacles.
We offer our patrons the benefit of our long experience in business, by which we are able
te aid them in making the best use of their money in any department or our business. We
manufacture a large part et the goods we sell, and buy only lrem Flrst-Clasa Houses. Every
article sold accompanied with a bill stating its quality.
tS-Firgt-Class Watch and General Repairing given special attention.
S. E. BAILY.
S. E. BAILY & Ce.,
CARRIAGES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION !
Office and Waxeroems, 430 and 432 North Queen Street.
431 and 433 Market Street, Lancaster, Pa.
We an new ready for SPUING TRADE, with a Fine Assortment of
Bides, Carnages, Plains, Market Wapis, k
Having purchased our stect for cash, before the recent advance, "we are enabled te elter
SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS IN PKICE. We will keep in stock BUGUI 3 OF ALL GKADES
I and PRICES te suit all classes et customers.
U1T us a call, jlu wu iuujt wwnuiuni uue
SALE OF REMNANTS!
W. w. baily;
of and Dealer Ik
SPECIAL BARGAINS IN MARKET WAGONS.