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LANCASTER DAILY 1KTELL1GETWER SATURDAY NOVEMBER 27,1880.
OUK ICKGUL.AU CORRESPONDENCE
(It is the almost general opinion about
heie that winter Las set in in earnest and
that the canal tcasen, by reason of both
rivet ami canal being ice-bound, is effect
ually closed, the exceptions te this opinion
being persons who hope against hope fera
thaw and a consequent leguniptien of ac
tivity in cauul circles for a few weeks te
CMne or time enough te get the ice-bound
beats where they are wauled. Just new
tlms-e beats, leaded and unleaded, aie
iirinlv held in different pl.tces in the canal
between its termini and there they are
likely te icmain until the spring weather
of 1881 releases them from the predica
ment in which they liud themselves. It is
net an unusual occurrence for beats te be
caught midway between stations, buL the
liumbei tlii.-. year is much larger than
usual, as the earliuess of the winter
v.vather oveileok and surprised many
captain who were probably en their last
trip for the season and who did net antici
pate se early a step te navigation. Where
precautions are taken te prevent the in
conveniences ariiing fiem this state of
affaiisit seems tee bad te have the trap,
sprung en one without warning, but as
this is one of the things ever which we
have no control it will have te be borne as
best it may. It is new time te let the
water out of the canal and it probably will
be in a very few days. One cause of .sutb--factien
in all this inconvenience is that
operations, next season, will necessarily
commence early, as the beats, or a huge
number of them, aie near here and a sup
pty oi'ceai im shipment this year will be
kept in the chutes and sent efflirst thinir
next season. With this all hands will
have te be .satisfied.
The J'cnur-ylvanki railroad company
have a corps of men at weik in cleaning
the pavements and platfeims about the
Melhi'le anil M:tii!fairs mill wagon
cainc te a sudden step at Second and 'Wal
nut sheets just new cause unknown te
us. The ker.su hat; bteu taken from the
Te-morrow being the Jiist Sunday in
Advent, communion services will be held
in St. Kml's J'letesUut Episcopal church
at 10::J0 a. in.
The employees of theStiseuehanna loll
iug mill were paid this morning-for t
Mis.-, Liliic Eatts has ic turned fiem
Dailiuglen's .seminary, at West Chester,
te her home, where she will remain per
manently. The bad weather of last evening waked
against the festival of the K. E. Lutheran
chinch in the armory. This, the last even
ing, is looked ferw.ud te with high expec
tation. The church people are deiugall in
their power te plea.se their visiteis and
they really deserve a large attendance.
The Presbytciian Sunday school is first
in the field in making preparations for the
Chi islmas festivities.
Snow fell for a couple of hours yesterday
A spa: low wh'ch had roosted last niglu
en a water spout at Fester's store was
found this morning fie;:cu fast by its feet.
In its etfeits te free itself it had biekcn
A boisterous, drunken '.Jcrnian became
rather demonstrative in the 1 H. li. depot
at neon te-day and after being once
ousted v.as finally pacified by an officer.
Vcsteiday was the birthday of Willia"
liclim. proprietor of the Maner hotel en
West Ivinij sheet, and his wifedclcrmincd
te ive him a .snrpiise party. Jn tiiecven
ir.g a larjje nuiiibcr et the frieud.s of ilr.
"Relun's lamily piiiietedat. his house. Mr.
Itchm knew nnthimr whatever eftlicaJlair
aa.l he was jjrcatly fcurpiised. During
the cvcnii: .Mrs. Kehin presented her bus-1
land with a beautiful large picture of the j
familj. The whele party sat down te an
excellent supper, alter which there was
initsiu by tins L'iii.en.-. band and dancing. '
All piesenf enjoyed themselves heartily j
and united in wishing Mr. Hehm many ;
meie biithdays. I
l.'iil : tbe Iiuiiicli Case.
The jury in the c:vc of II. E. Mimiicli.
of Laudihville, this county, charged with
robbing the I'uited States mail in IS'iS,
t-aine into the tnilcd Slates district com'
.it Philadelphia this ineruiug at 10 o'clock.
alter hiving neeu out all yesterday alter-
neon and all night, and stated that it was i
impossible for them te agree, whereupon
Judge But ?cr discharged them. It is un un
leistied that the jury was nearly equally
divided for acquittal and conviction. The
.'pcech for the dcfeiiM' made by S. II.
(II llll.S Cilj.
iie.lld it. le
. f ..:
is saui ey
haie been a
llcatlt el nil Old Tiusuiitli.
ijeorge II. Davis, one of the eldest tin
smiths of this city, died at his residence,
'Ml Seuth Queen :trcct, cm Thursday last,
lie learned his trade in (Jcorgctewn, this
county, worked for many years for Mrs.
Gelz, while she carried en the tinning
trade, and afterwaids for seventeen years
for Steiumnn A: Ce. lie leaves a wife, two
sons aud a daughter. His funeral will
take place te morrev;
afternoon at thiec
at Lancaster ceinc-
Water l"iics JlreUen.
The bi caking of two mere water pipes
was ii-pertcd at the mayor's efiicc te day
one of them being the supply pipe te u
property en Seuth Queen .street nearly
opposite Woeward Hill cemetery, and iK
ether a supply pipe in North street. The
cold weather i.s given as the cause of the
Drunk en Daly.
Letter Carrier Dean, we arc reliably in
formed, was drunk en duty te-day aud in
utterly unlit condition te discharge his
office, lie scattered his mail matter in
wrong places and had te be taken home.
and the contents of his mail pouch sent
back te the posteftico for orderly distribu
tion. What is te be done about if.'
Te lie l-Inisncd Mendny.
Wlieti court met this afternoon it was
found that it would be impossible te liuish
the case of Ifenser vs. Swartz. The jury
was therefore discharged until 3Ienday,
when the case will again be taken up.
Kial tc Draper's " Uncle Tem " company
are yiviujr a matinee this afternoon te a
geed sized audience . They appear again
The time has been when diseases et the Kid
neys weic considered serious affections, but
fortunately all fear et any fatal results lrem
thchc troubles are new dispelled by the cer
tainty with which Day's Kuixev Taii always
If you are troubled with fever and ague,
dumb :uuc, bilious fever, jaundice, dyspepsia,
or any discas? et the liver, bleed or stomach,
and wish le get well, try the new remedy,
I'ref. Giiilnictte's French Liver Pad. Ask your
druggist for it, and take no ether, and if he
has net get it, send $1.39 in a letter te the
French Pad Ce.. Teledo, O., and roeeivc-onc
by return mail. C
Ounrtcrl.v Electing ut latercei.rbe.
tjuartcriymcclini; Sunday, November "S, at
Al. K. church, Intercourse. Preaching at 11 a.
m. and 7 p. m. Leve fcat at 9:30, and --ae-r-ment
alter morning sermon.
Te-niiit, a;eniiiicncing at 7 o'clock, at Cooji Ceoji Coeji
cr"5 hotel, j:ansnian & Jturn, real estate
nsenls, will offer for sale the very de-irable
dwelling te Mr. Witmer Hess, and situate Xe.
112 Seuth Prince street.
' Uncle Tem's Cabin" ie-m'ffi. Rial and
Diaper's " Uncle Tem's Cabin " treupcappcar
in this well-known play at Fulton opera house
this cv cuing. With all tliencccsseries of a pop
ular ami realistic production of the story, in
el uiling a troupe of Jubilee shivers and a pair
of traincil bloodhounds, the management :tn
n Mi nee an effective performance, anil as will
be seen by their advertisement low prices pre
vail. " Weman's Faith." On Tnes'Iay evening
Mlsa Allies Leenard, a new candidate for dra
matic honors, will appear at Fulton opera
house in thu play of Weman's I'aith," espe
cially v.-iilten for her, and dcscilbcd a.pe.
St.iugniuny efthi pictm-eviue features that
have given te " M'iis." "The Dxuitcs " and
similar compositions their popularity. Miss
Leenard (who is really Miss Singer, the daugh
ter el the rowing machine man) made her
debut in Albany, X. Y.. the present
season, and the Aryus of that city says :
"Judging lrem the perleruiance eflast even
mg.it can be tiuthlully said that Miss Leenard
will be a great acties, and pese3sing an at
tractive t,tcc and well proportioned llgiire, hei
emotional powers arc brilliant. She is consci
entious and pain-taking, and. altogether, met
w Ith a very taverable reception, bcingpicsent-c-'l,
at the cle-c of the .second act, with two ele
gant lleral tribute. Frank I'. Chapman's com
pany i a geed one. The pb.ee I admirably
placed e-i the stage, the scenes showing the
Canten lead by moonlight, and the Willamette
liver by daylight, being among tlm hind-"
seincst ever seen in the city."
CifTiincauii ler tne iiappines? or tint man
aerejj the v.ay i-. that lie went te WILLIAM
SONS KOnTKU, :jr Kust King ft reel. Lancas
ter, the ether day, and purchased one of their
ne Reversible Overcoats, which they arc sell
ing at price- l.inging liein f IS te $.'). lie give
you geed ndvb-e when In: tell" you te go and
-. them. iievlO-tfd
Ne -windier hhall !iave its except ii b-
Luticuia Siia ing Seajt.
A IVmiy S.ned ii Twepence J.aruciS.
A little SOZODOM", iir-cd light along very
d.tj-, ,(- but little trouble and is pleasant al-w.ij-.
It s-ive-. yur-i of Miffeiiiig li-em di
e.iicd ;,mir and teeth in later day-:. Ii-, ue i-s
eeoiieinioa'i of limv :iinl coinlert. Ua hO)
Nm.-iing mother- and delicate tciiiah'gain
-trength lrem Malt Bitlei '.
It i iuisiessible ler a woman alter a l:iihtal
lomsi'et tieatiiicnt with Lydia E. Pinkhain f
Vegetable Compound le oentinuo te -nllci
with .i e.iUiK---, -t tlii litem- E:icIe-c a
stamp ( Mr-. Lydia E. I'inkhain, "i Wc-tein
a-. inn'. Lynn, li.i'-., tir jiamphleti-.
' liU". ai:u or I'lcKrecunrs." a -Ign which we
elU'ii sec i:i public places Is the gieatc-t help
which Iho-e light lingertul gently have, ler i
the unwaiy generally clap their hands upmi
Ihe ie-!;et t-eiitaiiiiug valuables te nsme
them-eles et their halety, and thereby tell
the thief exailly whcie te leek ti.r pltindei.
Cut bow much moiete be dreaded th-iu the
thief who .-imply .-teals one's ptnc are t!i'i-e
iu-idieus cough- and cold- that steal our i
health and eomleit, yst urcseitiiieklyaud .cv- ;
t.tiniy -cured by Dr.Urewniiig'it C.t C. Ceidi.il.
AH diUKgit.M'ii it. Dr. Krewnniir. 1'ieprie
ter. l!17 Arch Micci, riuia-leipma. 1'a.
The Chicago 'lima say-: Warner's hate.
Kidney and Liver Cure 1-"highly endorsed by
mini-let-:, judge-, physieian-," surgeon-;, by
men el iiti'rary and scholarly distinction, ami
by iii'ln idual.s in all the walks et lile. .'!
Sjie;-r's I'erl Grapu Wine.
This aitiele of American Wine is highly
cMeemed bv I lie b t phv.-ieians in this eeun-
tiy. Tin! lolloping i- a te-tiuieuial we -aw
lrniii the New Yerk lle-pita!. W'v jiabli-h it
fei llu' liit-ii in itien el our readers- j
Xi:w 1 eiik, Nev. II. !
I .mi i:-iiig 'iieei'.s 1'eri Giape Wiiicandiiuii !
iliel'can excellent tonic ami gentle -tiniu j
iaut. and us such Ibeliexeit prelerable lethe i
commercial Pert, and all ether nines, a-iit pe"- I
si .i their tonic properties wi'heut I lie dele
tci ions cited eau-cd by their impurilie-. It is
al-ii very palatable, ami this is a recommend, i- !
ti u te iiiiim , especially tcmale-
S. . Hai-ius. :.I. D.. N. . ii--iital. ;
't'li's i, an .eclicnt article ler tamily ue, I
anil ler li ni.i! -s and is cmleised by lr-. Alice
ami Mavis and ler side bj II. E. -Iayiiiakcr.
I Malaiial I'ever-, constipation, torpidity et
the liver aud kidneys, geneml dcbilily, uci
eiisnc.-'saiid neuialgie ailment'; ie
i te thii "ivat dieae conqucier. Hep Rittnis.
j II lepaiis the iava;,c- el disease by couvcit ceuvcit
I .ug the loeil into lleh bleed, and it gives new
lite .nil l vigor le lltc;igetl and liilirm ntwnye.
-co ' 1'reverbs'' in ether celiinin.
1 u!5 2'.id,tii
lii'O'r n'li llrtinehUtl Troches"1 aie uped with
I .iii:i:i!:ere le alleviate Ceinrlii. Mire Threat.
Ilerix-'ici-- aii'l Ilreiiehial AtlcclieiiK. lr
t'liiij yens tiuv.0 Trochee ha'.e been in use,
ith ai-'inally iiurea'-iiig Juver. Thcj arc iet
lew am! untried, but, ha', ing been te!-"d by
v, ide and constant i; ler n-arly an entile
gcueiiilieti. they have ;ttaiued wcll-mcnf:::!
ii.nlf among the lev staple remediesef tlc'-tge.
" J'rett '.v flreiicliial 2Vec;r.v"' :vl directly
en the organs el the voice. They Vive an e.
I inerdinary ellect iacll disei de: - of theXhreat
and Larynx, rcsleiing a ha!thy tone ulien re
laxed. i-Itliir from ce'd or oer-eeil:en et t!ie
voice, and pieduceu clear and distinct eMinci eMinci
atien. Sjiciintrs "nil Sttiffcn liud the Troches
A Cough, Celd, Cutarrl: ei -e:.- ThiiMl rc
qi.ircr iiiiine'Iiateatleutien, a- neglect ollen ellen
lluii's iv-ulS- in Mime incurable Lung ilKea'c.
" Jireivn's JS.'Oiidti'U Troches" iiill:iIme:t in
varianiy givu icliel'. Imitations are ellered ler
-ale, many el Mhich are injaiieu"-. T!ie genu
iiie " JSreir,:''. Ilrenrhinl Troches" aie Mild
only fn birrei.
li EAT US.
"Mi:tM! In this eity. en the i"ith
Francis J'. Meugcr. ac't 31 jcais.
IIi lelativesand friends arc respect 'ally in
vited le attend the luucral, lieai l!u Ca I well
1 0.isc to-iimrrew alternoen, at 2 o'clock.
D.vvn. Tn this city, en the 2"th int., Uteijjc
J I. Davis, in thcii.'d.vear of hisajje.
The ielaticaand Irluuds el the lamily are
respect lully invited le attend the liiner.il,
lrem his lale-iesldciuv, Xe. oil Seuth Queen
street, en Sunday alternoen at 3 o'clock. In
terment at Lancaster cemetery. lUP
Xi. II" AJiVEltVlSE3!EXT.-.
ie member.? ei Ee-shalVke nee Tribe.
-e.-. are rcmesicl te mcetal iiicir igwani
te-morrow altei-iioen al 1 o'clock, ler the pur
pose l attending the luneral of I heir late 1.
.S., 1". 1". Metier. All ether tribes aiu invited
te attend. 1!v order et the Sachem. ltd
X " ree)le'
OMHLV JMKKTJXti OI' TUU
Ituildin-' Lean and Dcneit
cemuuiiy, win he held tins (satukday)
evening at ihe usual place at i o'clock.
Meney leaned at 0 o'clock.
ltd II. W. VILLEL. Secretary.
Si:m.imj OFB! SELU.NO Ol'll
fcelliii oil at Great Reduction te close out
my entire stock of Furniture, Upholstering,
llcdding and Heuse Fiirnibhing Goods Alse,
1 I--'g Sle c, 1 Small Parler Steve and Pipe, a
few l!i-t-cla-s Oig.ir.s, all cheap ler cash, at
lt.l Ne. 20 Kat King Sticet.
FLlii & BRESEMM.
Would advi'je all who cenlemplale putting in
HEATURS or makiiiK any alterations in theii
licating arrangements te de ee al once belere
the ruh of Fall Tnule begins.
TIIK ilObT RELIARLIO
la the Maiket at the
REAT STOVE STORE,
152 North Queen Street,
I iii k Breneman's
OIVLER, ROWERS A HURST.
GIVLER, ROWERS A HURST.
GIVI.EK, P.OWKKS & HUK5T.
Meichunl Tailoring Departtnent.
Merchant Tailoring Department.
Merchant Tailoring Department.
Fei the Holiday--,
GIVLER, ROWERS A HURST.
GIVLEK. ROWERS & HURST.
lltisine. S-iiU Made te Older
Fei the Heliujy-i.
GIVLER. ROWERS & HUKST's.
GIVLLR. ROWERS . HURST'?.
xe tr .iih'jjj:iisemi:xts.
flvl! lUiKlV Ki;TTt,: FOR SALE
1 Cheap. One a nine b'lircl and the ether a
Mi Seuth Queen Street.
'I'lli: KKIiULAK JID.VTIILY .MEETING
1 el the Auiciican Mechanic-' Rtiildintrand
Lean A-..oelatien will be held this (oATUic (eATUic
DAY) evening, at 73 o'clock, in Ceyle's build
ing. Ne. :;- Ea-t King .-trcet.
ltd WM. T. JEFFER1ES, Sec'y.
IuuLiu s-li: at t.ik northeast
i corner el Marv and Orange streets, en
TLESDAY. NOVEMBER ;!0. or Household
and Kitchen Furniluiv, een-dsting et Beils
and Redding, Carpet. 'loves Chairs, Lounges.
Settee-', and evervthingappei tabling te house
keeping. MRS. MARGARETTA KEMP.
.1. Woedsiiii;, Auct. n'J7-ltdt
It will be te your advantage te buy your
llat-i. C.ip-. Uivder and OverMiirN. Dmwer.s,
eveialN. Knit Jackets, Gloves. Mit, Neck
we.ir. Suspenders, Cellars, &c.
P. S Alse Fancy Bexes with Handkcichiefs
iei Pic-ent", a
v. :2Xeith (juccn Street,
ltd' Lancaster, Pa.
Fer geed, clean Tamily and all ether kind
IJualit valid Weight giiaiantoed. ,'iders lt
HS'KICl:: U tast Kiiig .SI reel. YARD:
UtS North f'riiici: Street.
EAUOUAIITEItS FOR PUKE CUNFKU-
'llONs FOR THE HOLIDAYS AT
JOSEPH R. ROYER'S,
."a AMI :1 WEST KING ST.
I can new offer te the tradu audpublicn
large -lock et Pure Contentions et every
le-erintlen. at the wrv lowest m.iiket rates.
FRl'ITS. NUT.-, &; v ami a LARGE STOCK j
Ul- 101.-(M!lll'.l.rt Ml I1CS1UAO. lHIgO
and -mall Cak"s baked daily, len Cream at
WEDDING- XD PARTIES S-ERVED AT
M AIL OK PICKS promptly attended te at the
ame rate as it the p"r-en ordering were
present in person. Call and t-e
I t-ce my stock.
iy-5'Kemciiiber the plaee
.m AND :.' WE VI' KING STREET.
"1 Ji.nl .UK ! linVl'l!
A Full Line et
V Full Line el
A Full Line el
All iliade.-, el
All Unities et
Ml tirade el
WATCH KS, Ci.OCKP.
li! ARI1-, "l'RCTVCLK-J.
l.TARHS, : FKi'TACLEP,
fit 1 rut I't i n iii'nc: il.t
and Retail. 3r-FIne
F. ROW MAN,
1". RllW.M N.
I".'. Ka.il King .St.
!tv: East King M.
(AS rilTSStAM) VLIUIBINO.
' JOHN P. SOHAUM,
,:V. 'i: SOL Til tJUEKN STREET,
I.ANl A'iWill, I'A.,
PLU31BER, GAS AND STEAM FITTER.
A Laige sMrlmeiit el
CeuMantly en h.inil. JyltMJuideuwS
Xee! ami in tiiiat Varietv.
Nevil and in Creat Variety.
Satin Ohrome Lithographs !
ler Art Needle-Weik.
ler Ail Xec lie-Werk.
At the Reek MeitMit
JOM BAES'S SOWS,
15 and S7
NORTH QDEBK STREET,
en eij:i:a iiihise.
TTTE3DAV NOVEMBER 30, 1880.
The Talented and Beautiful Yeung Knglisb
AGXES IxEOX AUB,
Mippertcd by FRANK M. CHAPMAN'S nuper nuper
ler Di-amatic Company. ifi I;ie Grand Original
Romantic Drama, in leuruet?, by Walter li.
WOMAN'S FAITH ;
Or, OHEGOmS LIFE I. ?55.
SYNOPSIS: ACT I The Ferncllfie Home
stead. The Plot and Counter Plot. ACT II
The Canen Read. TlicMnrderiindDeathLeap.
ACT 1 1 1 The Canen Read bv Moonlight. The
Defenseless. ' Weman's Faith. ACT IV Tab
leau 1. The Willamette River by Daylight.
Judge Lynch vs. Civil Justice. Tableau i.
The Willamette River by Moonlight.
Admis-Ien, 7.", .TO and '25 cts. Reserved Seats,
73 tts ; at Opeia Heuse Oilice. n27-Std
QUILTS AND COMFORTABLES,
In Qn uitilics at LOW PRICKS.
Next Uner t-.i the Court Heuse.
Cotten Flannels. Linseys, &c, &c.
All goods suitable ler cold weather at" VERY
Next Doer te the Court Heuse.
BOYS' CLOTHING MADE TO ORDER
BOYS'CLOTHINU MADE TO ORDER
Fer the Holidays,
GIVLKR. BOWERS & HURST'S.
An Elegant assortment of all the Latest
Novelties In Woolens new open for
GIVLER. BOWERS A HURST'i.
GIVLER, BOWERS A HURST'S.
We uim te please all who favor us with a.
call. Our prices will be leund te be
veiy low for the quality of
GIVLER, BOWERS & nURST'S.
GIVLER, BOWERS A HURST'S.
We wish te Impress upon your minds that
we offer the Finest stock et
la the City ler the Meney.
GIVLER. BOWERS & HURST.
GIVLER, BOWERS & HURST.
GOODS FOE THE HOLIDAYS!
Ladies' Geld Chatelaine Watches. Ladies' Geld Stem-Winding Monogram Watches,
Gentlemen's Geld Watches in plain, fancy or box-jeint'eases. Ladies' Nickel Chate
laine Watches, Ladies' Silver Chatelaine Yatchcs, Gentlemen's Silver Watches, Gen
men's Watches, with lumiueus dials.
French Clocks in marble, bronze, emerald or jjiit eases, with silver bell ev cathe
dral strike. Toilet Clocks, Office Clocks, Nickel Clocks, Weeden Clocks in great
Diamond Sets, Pearl Sets, Cameo Sets, Reman Geld Sets, Enameled Sets, En
graved Sets ; Diamond. Sapphire, Emerald, Pearl, Opal, Cameo, Onyx, Amethyst,
Topaz, Garnet Rings, Plain Rings, Engraved Rings and Children's Rings ; Lace Pins,
Scarf Pins, Bracelets and Bangles, Necklaces, Lockets and Charms, Ladies and Gen
tlemen's long aud short Chains, SIceve Iluttone and Links, Studs, etc., etc.
Tea Sets, Tctc-a-Tete Sets, Dessert Sets, Epcrgues, Fruit Dishes, Casters, Cake
Baskets, Pitchers, Toilet Sets, Jewel Cases, Card Stands, Ink Stands, Decanters! Cigar
Bexes, Tobacco Bexes, Match Bexes, -Napkin Rings, Knives, Ferks, Spoeni. Ladles,
etc.. etc., etc.
vcC &C. &C.
Bronze Statuettes, Bronze Mantel Ornaments, Vases, &e.. Musical Bexes, Oil Paint
iugs, Opera Glasses, Geld Pens, Pencils and Picks. Geld and Silver Head Canes, fcc.
All the above enumerated articles aud
in great variety from the lowest priced te
H. Z. RHOADS &
J. B. MARTIN & CO.
Wc aie showing a complete stock et SCARLET, WHITE and COLORE IJ
ler Ladle, Gents and Children, in nil sizes, from sixteen le lilty inchc?.
Our 50 Cent Shirts and Vests
are the best in the Market. Ladies', licnts" and Children's Hosiery. An Klcgaul Line el
LADIES' COATS AND DOLMANS,
eWc respectfully solicit a call.
J. B. MARTIN & CO.,
Cerner West King and Prince Streets Lancaster, Pa.
THE LARGEST AND FINEST STOCK' OP
In the city, is te be
NORBECK & MILEY,
PRACTICAL CARRIAGE BUILDERS,
COR. DUKE AND VINE STS., LANCASTER, PA.
S-CO.X & CO.'S
The Stock includes all the
LATEST STYLES SPRNGS,
such as the Rrcweter, Whitney, Salidce Triple, Kinplre Cress SpritiK, Uexter (juccn. Duplet
and Elliptic, and they will also make te order any style a purchasei may desire. R-p.iii!m;
et nil kinds promptly attended te. All work guaranteed for -ne year.
"OUR WORK SUSTAINS OUR WORD."
188 1 . 7
'Studying the subject objectively, and from '
the educational point el view seeking te pro
vide that which taken altogether, will be el
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in any quantity, at
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Lumber Yard, Xe.
339 North Wnter Street,
Please call ami Examine our (Qualities
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NO. 23 EAST KING,
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many ethers will be leund in our stock
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seen at H.e i !- el
SELECT DANCING ACADEMY.
MR. AND MRS. SHANK, Teachers.
j Fer Strictly Private Instruction.
i CniLwtEX Saturday. Lessens, ler Steps. &e.,
; 1 te 3 p. m. Matinee. 3 te 5 p. m.
j Ladies' Class. Saturday Alternoen, 12 te 2
t p. in. Ladies and Gentlemen from S te 10 n. m
j .Will change te Wednesday evening if pupils
at, Mr. Woedm
picireN eieka hoc.-,::.
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 27.
MATINEE AT 2 P. M.
RIAL & DIIAPEK'S
Uncle Tem's Gal Gmmf,
Genuine Bleed Hounds,
Trick Donkey (Jerry),
And Jubilee Singers.
25 AND 35 CENTS.
Ner extra charge for Reserved Scats secured
at Opera Heuse Bex Office.
MATINEE PRICES :
WANTED... .EVKRYBODY TO ADYnR.
tlse, free of charge, In the Iwtblliees
exit, who wants something te de.
WANTED TWO OR THREE TINSMITHS
Will give tliein steady work this winter
te make Tobacco Steamers. Apply immediate
ly at JACOB FOOSE'S.
nev25-2td Ne. 13i East King Street.
'ANTED TWO OR THREE AGENTS
te canvass for Oil Painted Picture nn
Glass. Nene need apply but ene who can come
wen rccemmenueu. can make from $3 te $3
psr day: Apply at Xe. ::i North Mulberry
street, Lancaster. Pa. liHT-ltd
MISS Al. E. OILL, TEACHER OF DIVW
ing in the Girls' High Scheel, wishes te
obtain pupils in the various styles of drawing
and painting. Residence Ne. 35 West Orange
street. iPurs altered and renal red at the same
place. . octse-rfd
SATTJBDAY EVENING, NOV. 27, 1880.
HOME AND ABROAD.
NEWS BY WISE AND CABLE-
REVOLUTION IN ALBANIA.
THE WAR AGAINST THE JEWS.
A BEER DRINKER'S CH ALLEGE.
BURIED UNDEK A SSOW SLID..
Acctileut en the II. & O. B. K.
H.inlan find r.ayceck te Ken.
TheSandrlDgliHin Net te be Repaired.
New Yerk, Nev. 27. A special from
Norfolk, Va., says : The Virginian of this
city published the following te-day :
"The report that the secretary of the
navy had consented te the necessary
repairs en the steamship Sandringbam at
the navy yard, is unfounded. The British
Censul, Myers, has received a telegram
from Secretary Thompson, referring
the matter te Commedore Hughes who
had ordered the steamer out of the
deck. She leaves this evening for
Baltimore, where she will go into deck
en Monday. Ne little surprise is ex
pressed by the British consul at the action.
He considers that even had the insult been
given, which ;is denied by the captain,
when an apology and explanation was
made in person and writing, the repairs
should have been permitted."
Fatal Struggle with n Resisting UurcUr.
Jersey City, Nev. 27. Peter Murray,
acil W years, residing in Jersey City,
was arrested at 2 o'clock this mernini; as
lie was leaving tlic lieuse or Mr. Dufiield
Ne. 527 Moueutli street, whera had com -mittcd
a burglary and while in the
custody of officer Mark Lawrence he
made several attempts te escape and
fought with such desperation that the
officer was compelled te draw his revolver
and in self defense shot Murray, the ball
taking ellect in ids stomach. The wound
is probably fatal, as the physicians at St
Francis's hospital where he was taken say
he w:il net live many hours. Officer Law
rence has been placedun
THE LAND OF STEADY U A HITS.
"Jtirderuus Affray In a Connecticut Town.
New Yerk, Nev. 27. A Norwich, Conn
special despatch says : Considerable ex
citement prevails hare te-day ever an af
fray which ecenrred in this place last night
and which may result in the
deatii of two persons. While
3Ir. and Mrs. Kelly, who had been front
home during the evening, were returning,
they were met by .las. Goeile, who com
menced quarreling. Mrs. Kelly, thinking
her hiibband in danger, stepped between
the two men and received a serious knife
wound in the left side. She was carried
home and her wound was dressed. Later
m the evening Goede was stabbed in the
abdomen. The surgeon says he cannot re
cover. OVER AN EMBANKMENT.
Fatal Accident en tne Italtimere and Ohie
PiTTauuRuu, Pa, Nev. 27. Intelligence
has just been received here of an accident
en the Baltimore & Ohie railroad at Bow Bew
man's station last night about twelve
o'clock te the Baltimore express He. H,
which left this city at 8:05 p. m. Upen
ncaiiug Bewmaus station, which is 30 miles
west of Cumberland, the train encountered
a broken rail, and the engine with the
entire train went ever an embankment and
landed upon its aide. Fireman Keuth was
instantly killed and the engineer, whose
name could net be learned, was badly
scalded. The passengers escaped without
injury, though they were badly shaken up.
UNDER THE SNOW.
Riilrend Laborers Overwhelmed liyau Ava
lanche. Denver, Cel., Nev. 2. The Lcadvillc
Chronicle says sixty laborers were buried
in a snow slide yesterday near Chalk
creek, en the Kokema extension of the
Denver fc Kie Grande read. About 11
a. m. they noticed the pine trees trembling
and in an instant a slide came with a loud
rear, tearing up the track for a distance of
a quarter of a mile, and burying sixty
men. .Tne Dens was killed, 1!) men were
badly injured and 11 ethers slightly. The
slide can Scd the track ever the heads of
the men and most of the wounds were
probably caused by the iron striking
WAR ON THE JEWS.
Continuing the Agltntien in Ocrmnjy.
Londen, Nev. 27. A dispatch from
Berlin says a great attempt is being made
te excite the indignation of students
against the Jews by thp Steeckcr party.
This is already begining te have an effect
at Leipsic, where stormy meetings arc
ALBANIANS IN ARMS,
ticncral UprUIng Against the Turks.
Londen, Nev. 27. A dispatch te
Reuter's telegram company from Ragusa
states that news from all parts of the coun
try tends te confirm the reports of a gen
eral revolt in Albania against the Turks.
A Lucky Escape.
New Yeuk, Nev. 27. During a lire at
a bearding house in Grand street, this
morning, Mary Hawkcs threw her nine-year-old
child out of a second-story win
dow and jumped after it. Beth escaped.
After the fire James II. Dcwitt was found
unconscious in bed, overcome by smoke,
and died seen afterwards.
Washington, D. C, Nev. 27. Fer the
Middle Atlantic States, rising followed by
stationary or falling barometer, higher
temperature, northerly shifting te west
erly winds, partly cloudy weather aud oc
casional light rain or snow.
The Great Eastern Dragging It.- Ancher ,
Londen, Nev. 27. A telegram te
Lloyd's from Milferd says the steamer
Great Eastern appears te have dragged
her anchor during the gale last eight.
Xfew xerk Market.
Nwrieti. November 27. Floup-State and
Western slightly In buyers laver ami in very
moderate expert and home trade demand ; Su
perfine, statu tt 0004,50: extra de. at 3i0
85 S3; choice, de $53005 50: fancy de at
$5 350650 ; roundheopUhio ?r.30S3 73: cholce!de
at5SOfJ6 50; aupcrline western 00gl 50:
common te geed extra de 5i0a5 33: choice
de 5 35IA6 75; choice white wheat tle HVt
05 50 ; Southern quiet : common te mir extra
f535$583: geed tnclieiee de ,"V'0lGi3.
Wheat ulieut Ulc lower atiiUuedcralelv
active: Ne. I White, December. $1 21)i; de
Jan., $1 24 : Ne. 2 Red. Iec. 1 2!ij?l 'Ziyi ; de
Jan.. l S6l 27J ; de Vb $l ssgiasft. "
Cern Xc lower and quiet; Mixed western
8POU57&i61c:.de future. tO&GSc.
Oata without decided change : Ne. 2 1cc.
45c : deJau., IfyiilViXc : Stite 4ii3-,e ; West
fHit.AOXLvaui.Nev.27. Fleur buyers hold
ing off; snperOne at J.1 501 OJ; extra at
S4 0OJJ4 50; Ohie and Indiana family 5 75g
6 25; Penn'ir family $" 305 75 : St. Louts
family t600u'C75; Slmneseta raiuiIy.'25(;eiU
Straighr t aifJB .) : Winter puteui S70O3775:
Spring de $7 253 37.
Kye flour at. 3i5 37.
Wheat lower and unsettled ; Ne. 2 Western
Red121; renn'x lted $1 Ul 21 : Amber
91 191 21.
Cern new plenty and old scarce : market
quiet; steamer. 52c; yellow. 5Se ; old, illJXe :
mixed, new, 57858c ; eM, CS-jjeie.
Oats eulet but stcadv : Se.'l White Hltr
tfie ; Ne. 2 de tfgi5c; Ne. Ii de I;i.llc;
Se. 2 Mixed 43e.
Kyc Arm at ?e.
Provtsleus linn, jobbing tiir; miss- rk.
old. 914 00 14 50; new, 15 75 : beet bains$:.59;
Indian m.'s iM-et at A-StSsC : 15-icon ineketi
xheulders 5;4b"c ; salt de .V(t?5Jc: mektil
hams 9)10e; pickled lutui-S'J! tr lorelil
Lard steady ; city kettle at '.' ,c ; Uhwc
bntehers' e; prtmc Mteiim i'J K.
Butter fairly active, tirui : Creamery e v. :;ic :
de geed te choice 30g3."e: 15 t. und'N. .ex
tra2SS0c; Western reserve extra 22i$2le ;
dogeollo choice ii;02i)e: Rolls II nil : choice
scarce: renn'a Fxtrr. 20023c; Western Reierve
extra. 22ff 21.
Kgga firm, ith geed demand and light sup
ply; i'lmn'it KxtRi3b:;s-Mlett Kxtra ff'c.
CticceC market quiet but prices lirmlv in-ld ;
New Yerk' full cream at l.'.'-e; Western
full cream at 12Jj13e : de fair te geed at
llfillc; de half Hiain? and lN-na'a. kiiusnt
Petroleum dull ; tclinc! at lilt.
WJilsky at$l 14.
Seed? IIecmI te m line clever stead v at 7 ii
I i775; Timetliy nominal ; Flax-eoe quiet at
Nkw Yerk Srecus
N e vein be
a. M. a. m. r. m. r.
11:15 ll.-AI -2MJ
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Erie It. R
Michigan S. A I.. S...
Michigan Cent. R. R
Chicago A W. ...
Chicago, M & St. P.
nan. a bt. .i. com i.;;
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Teledo A Wabash.... 41)4
Oliie.t Mlviijslppi.. :w,
St. Leuis, J. M.&S.R.. 50
Ontario iukI Western. 3d
C. C. A I. C. R. R 1
New Jersey Central.. SOJf
iei. n iiiinsen canal. :rj
Del.. Uick..t WcturnliEi 10IJ,
Western Union Tel
l'acillc Mall S. S. Ce.
Union Pacific.. ..
Kansas A Texas...
New l erk Central
Cleveland A Pitts
Chicago & Reck I
Pittsburgh A Ft. W...
American U. Tel. Ce.
Stocks feverit-b .
Pennsylvania. R. R..
Northern l'acillc com
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Northern Central.... ft
PhU'aAKrie R. R... !.).'.
Un. R. It's or N.J
Central Trans. Ce.
I A tw-sterv Dwelling llen-e in Last
Orange etrect, next deer leM
'.mi's Uelorm Uelerm
. G. LONG,
I? A two-sterv CRICK IIOIK-K, with two
story Ilrick Rack Rttihling attached, situ-iteat.
Ne. "520 East Orange street, with iras in every
room, and Just newly paneled. Will be seli I at
private sale en cheap mid eunv terms.
Apply te JOHN HIKMKNZ.
nevla-tfd Ne. SI North tjnceii street.
Pl'HLIfl SALE OK CANADA IIOKSKS.
OnilONDAi. OVEMIIKR 2, 1b-.. will
be sold at public sale, at J. D. Denlinger's Mcr
riniac Heuse, 115 North Queen street, I.aucas
tercity. Pa , the following Livesteck:
Sixteen head et Heavy Draft and Dnvhig
HORSES, lrem i tee your. old, must all be a
represented by the tindcrhigned or no hale. A
credit of fiO days will be given.
Sale te commence at 1 o'clock p. m. et .-aid
lay, when attendance will be. given bv
SAM't. Hess A Sex, Auet. n2i 2td
PUBLIC KALE OF Vl.tJA Itl.i: KEAI.
ESTATE. On TUESDAV. DECKMRKR
It, 1KW, will be sold at public vendue at llm
Urapc hotel (laic Michael's), en North Queen
street. Lancaster, Pa., the following valuable
real estate, which the undersigned eilers for
sale en account el having entered Inte busi
ness In the western part et the state, viz:
Ne. 1. AH that let ofgrem.d, fronting en the
north side et West Orange street 22 Icet, and
extending 215 feet in the tear te a lt-leet wide
alley. The improvements are a very hand
some ten-roomed two-story and niau.sard re-i
Green Stone Frent DWKLINO IIOI'SK (being
Ne. 31 Wct,t Orange strcel), with all the bcsl
modern impreveuients. iuclmliug .Jeiining'.s
inipreved Londen water clOM-t, marl-ie top
wash stand, improved walled-in range, ecll.ir
heater, perlect draiirigc and sewerage, deep,
dry cellcr. white marble base and steps. There
is n well with pnmiMind :ir. rain cistern and
ump. Frent en premises is a yard 2J feet in
deiitli. enclosed with ornamental iron t-nce.
Ne. 2. Let of ground in rear of Nes. Sand 1 1
East King struct, Lancaster, lieutimr en an
alley fi-l feet and exiendiug r-eiithv.iirilly 'Ml'.
leel. en which n two-sterv RRICK WARE
HOUSE is erected 32x jifeet. new ucd as a
Ne. 3. A let of gieuud, Iieiitiug :rr f:ct en
College avenue and 112 feet en Columbia
avenue. A very eligible location tf.t building
suburban residences. Will be bold ;:?. a whole
or in parts te suit purchasers.
Possession and geed titleseu April 1, 1SS1.
Sale te commence at 7 o'clock p. in., of .said
day, when due attendance will i:- given and
terms of saleinadu known bv
H. Snumsp.-r, Auct. Il2!-W tCSthd
tjemevalT- - -
li MRS. M.A.EDWARD? ha removed her
Millinery Stere te Se. SV) West King street.
whereshe will "be pleased te sec alihernld
customers. Ileuiiets, Huts, Ribbon?. Sratins.
Velvets, Feather", Flowers, ftc. will ceield
chenper than ever befere. Call a nil see.
TAISSOLUTION Of PARTNKRllIIP.
The partnership herctoleret xistiug between
II. C. t-hlrk A I5r., dealers in Rags and Metal,
has this day been dissolved by mutual con
sent. II. C. Shirk will continue, tlic husiucs
nt the corner of Arch and Marien idlev.
J. P. SHIRK,
iiev2tt-3td3 II. C. SHIRK.
EDGEIiLEY & CO.'S,
Practical Caniugc Untlricr?,
Market Street, Rear of Central Market Heiiaej,
We have en hand u Large Assortment et
PORTLAND, ALBANY, AND
DOUBLE SEAT SLEIGHS,
Which wc offer at the
VERY LOWEST PRICES.
Alse u fuU line of BUOU1ES and CAR
RIAGES all of our own well known unike
Give us a call.
J-Repairing promptly attended te.
Brick-Set and Portable
HEATERS and RANGES
Shcrtzcr, HnmphreTille &KiefFcr"s
EAST KING STREET.