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LANCASTERDAILY INTfitllGENCEll: MtSSftAY DECEMBER 2, 1880.
An lanaelUB SboettHU Brether.
Between 8 and 9 o'cleckthis morning an
intense excitement was created in East
King Jstreet, near Centre square, by the
attempt of Levi Cehen, an insane Hebrew,
te murder his brother Martin, who resides
and carries en business at Ne. 5 East King
MrMartin Cehen Rives the following
particulars of the affair : Seme two or
three months age his brother Levi, aged
about 22 years, came from the Seuth,
and seen developed symptoms of
insanity. Several weeks age he
took a revolver out of the store,
exhibited it threateningly, talked wildly
and cxcitcdlv.butdid net attempt te use it.
Martin talked soothingly te him and made
out te get the weapon away frern him.
Twe or three weeks age Levi was in Co
lumbia, and quarreled with his brother, S.
S. Cehen, who is in business there. He
become very violent, used dire threats,
and struck his brother in the face. These
frequent exhibitions of a disordered mind
induced the brothers, Martin and S. S. Co Ce
hen, te consult physicians relative te their
brother Levi.Dr.Lineaweavcr,ef Columbia,
and Dr. M. L. Herr, of this city, declared
him a lunatic, and an order for his admis
sion into the Lancaster county asylum was
obtained. lie was taken there two weeks
age. At the request of his brother Mar
tin, he was net put into a cell, but was
furnished with comfortable quarters, and
Martin called en him almost every day,
taking him apples and ether dainties and
talking te him with brotherly affection,
and telling him he would' seen be well
This morning, greatly te the astonish
ment of the family, Levi put in an appear
ance at Martin's store, and ran up stairs
in a terribly excited condition, gnashing
his teeth, and brandishing a revolver.
Martin attempted te quiet him, told him
he had nothing te fear, that he would take
care of him and that no one should take
him away. He urged him te put up his
pistol but the lunatic refused te de se and
trembling with rage and passion leveled
the weapon at his brother's breast and
fired, the ball passing through the over
coat and ether clothing of Martin and
grazing the left breast near the shoulder.
Martin rushed towards Levi te dis
arm him, and succeeded in getting his
arms around his body and hold
ing him until the pistol was taken
from him. Meantime, Mrs. Cehen, who
with her two small children, was in the
room at the time, raised the front window
and called for help, and immediately some
of the neighbors ran te her assistance.
Mayer MacGeniglc was euc of the first
te arrive. He took charge of the lunatic
and scut for an officer, who seen had him
securely locked up in a cell in the station
It appears that the room at the asylum
in which Levi was confined, was net a
very secure one, and that during the night
or early this morning he broke the lock
and escaped. Coming down town, he stop step
ped at Stcinmau's store and bought a
small pistol, and then went te his broth
er's where he made the murderous assault
as above stated. He is a small, delicately
framed, nervous man, but at times talks
as rationally :is anybody else. Dr. Heir
says there is no doubt of his insanity, and
that it is of a dangerous type ; and if he is
net guarded carefully, he will cither kill
himself or some one else. He has en mere
than one occasion threatened suicide, and
even after sheeting his brother this morn
ing, attempted te jump out of a second
story window. It is net likely that he
will be prosecuted for felonious assault,
as his brother appears te entertain the
kindliest feeling towards him. He will
probably be returned te the insane asylum
and placed under closer surveillance than
Since, the above was in type we learn
that Officer Adams, who made the arrest,
has entered complaint of felonious assault
against him, and the case was set down
for a hearing before Alderman McConemy
this afternoon at 2 o'clock.
Superintendent Cox called at the
station house and took Levi Cehen back
te the hospital. There was no hearing be
fore Alderman McConemy. Mr. Cox says
that all day yesterday Cehen talked about
himself as being Gcu. Washington, and
Mr. Cox as being Gen. Gariicld. On
being taken back te the hospital, Cehen
called loudly en his friends for help, and
said that if he had met Cox when he had
his pistol he would have shot him, tee.
Tlie Presbyterian Council.
Laxcvstkh, December 2, 1880.
Editors Isthlmrencer : Net having
seen your account of the meeting at the
Presbyterian church en the '-)i ult., I
cannot say with what juslice Dr. Mitchell
objected te it ; but while congratulating
your gentle reporter en the substantial
accuracy and fairness of his (?) account of
the proceedings last Tuesday evening, al
low me te call your attention te two errors
net inexcusable, perhaps, in one who
does net profess te be thoroughly " au
fail" as le matters of Presbyterian proce
dure. The report of Dr Mitchell's speech
might seem te represent him as saying
that " these who contribute- te the sup
port of the church" without being-mem-bers,
had a vote in the choice of ciders
whereas the rule, as distinctly and correct
ly stated by him, is that only members of
the church can vote for. ruling "elders ;
while in calling a pastor many, if net most
churches, allow all members of the con
gregatien te vote.
Secondly : Instead of stating that out of
150 congregations, 10G had adopted the
rotary system, Dr. M. said that of about
150 presbyteries that had voted en the pro pre
position te allow such congregations as de
sired it te adept the rotary system, 10G
had voted affirmatively, 30 negatively and
some were divided, it being afterwards
stated, hew accurately I de net knew, but
without contradiction, that less than a
score of congregations in the whole church
had availed themselves of this permission.
I de net present these corrections as ar
guments en cither side of a question in
which the majority of your readers have
probably little interest. But as a conser
vative te whom the well earned reputation
for conservatism of thcPresbyterian church
is net the least of her attractions, I would
net have the church at large represented
as se hastily leaving the " old paths " in
which she has found the read te honor and
esteem in all lands.
Theological Seminary Trustees.
There was a brief meeting in Lancaster,
te-day, of some of the members of the
beard of trustees of the Reformed theolog
ical seminary. They propose te alter the
seminary charter by striking out the word
German, it having already been expunged
from the title of the church, and also
striking out the restriction of the annual
income of the institution te 500.
Class In Physiology.
There will be organized a class for the
study of physiology by the Y. M. C. A.,
en Friday evening, Dec. 8, at 8:15. The
class will be under charge of Dr. J. W.
Crumbaugh. Yeung men and ethers who
desire te accept the profits of this offer
will please meet for organization in the
back parlor (second fleer) of the Y. M. C.
The Buchanan relief committee organ
ized te-day, with Mayer MacGenigle as
chairman and Themas F. McElligettas
clerk. Proposals for coal will be adver
tised at once and coal will be distributed
after the 1st of January.
OCR REGULAR CORRESPONDENCE
Geerge Tille has returned from his visit
Charles Wann, of Columbia, has secured
a position en a Pennsylvania railroad en
S. C. Swarts had intended te cut ice
yesterday, bnt the state of the weather
Market this morning net remarkably
The inlet at Bniner's saw mill will be
filled with legs te be used the coming win
Snow slides from the house-tops are fre
quent. 'We have heard of no accidents, as
the result, as yet.
The P. R. It. freight engiues are new
hauling thirty-two cars an increase of
two ever last week and of seven ever the
late stormy days.
F. A. Bennett left here for Philadelphia,
te-day te lay in a supply of goods for the
An infant child of Philip Kline died
early this morning of diphtheria. This
makes two children new lying dead in the
A coat of tar and feathers is awaiting a
man named Fester at Chestnut Hill.
Trouble about a woman is the cause of the
The Citizens' band, of this place, has
accepted an invitation from the Meuntville
band te attend the fair of the latter en Fri
day evening, Dec. 10.
T. T. Wierraan. chief engineer of the
Pennsylvania canal, issued an order te the
effect that navigation would cease en Nev.
SO. The water will be kept in the canal
for a few days te come, se that in case of
a thaw, the boatmen whose beats are new
ice bound may be able te rush them into
someport. The water will probably be
let out of the canal about Dec. 10.
Benjamin Garmau died at Camdeu, N.
J., en Tuesday November 30, aged 85
years, and was buried at Marietta te-day.
Deceased was well-known te the elder
people of Marietta and Columbia. In
early life he carried en the trade of a sad
Icr. 'Squire Evans has issued warrants for
the arrest of some Chestnut hill boys
charged with disorderly conduct.
Charles Germycr, the Pennsylvania rail
road brakemau killed yesterday, wasa bug
ler and known te a number of Columbians.
He bugled for Company II. at its biennial
The reports of the movement of freight
ever the Pennsylvania railroad, from Col
umbia for the month of November com
pares very favorably with preceding month
ly report. The following was furnished te
us through the courtesy of an official in
the dispatcher's office :
Eastwaid. leaded cars 37,847 ; empty
cars 1,380, total 39,233.
"Westward, leaded cars 10,338 ; empty
cars 20,838, total 37.24G.
Grand total, empty and leaded, cast and
On au average of 33 cars te a train, cast
it will be seen that it required 1,220 trains
te take the freight east and as the engines
come back in turn the same number of
trains were of- coui-se sent west. This
would make a total of 2,452 trains east and
Mr." B. B. Galbraith, of Wrightsville,
the prime mover in the telephone ex
change, te be erected here, has given the
contract for furnishing the poles te Mr.
Smyser, residing about six miles from
Yerk. The poles will probably be leaded
en cars te day and shipped here immedi
diatcly and the work of planting them, it
is expected, will be commenced en Men
day next. The wires will be stretched
just as fast as the poles arc erected and
vith Columbia people communication will
be established in a day or two after work
is commenced. It will take some time
longer te connect with remote distances.
The first pole will be put up in front of the
exchange office (A. D. Reese's billiard
hall) and after that the members of the
exchange will be taken up as their business
or residences arc reached.
The quarterly communication of the
Grand Ledge, F. & A. M., of the state of
Pennsylvania was held yesterday, com
mencing at 10 a. m. Grand Secretary
Thompson and Grand Master Nisbct de
clining re-election, caused an active com
petition for the offices of grand secretary
and junior grand warden. Michael Nisbet
was elected grand secretary en the first
ballet, and three ballets were taken for
junior grand warden, resulting in the elec
tien of Jeseph Eichbaum, of St. Jehn's
ledge, Ne. 129, of Pittsburgh.
The following were elected officers of
the Grand Ledge for the ensuing Masonic
year, beginning en St. Jehn's day, Dec.
27, and will be formally installed at the
annual commemoration of the Grand Ledge
en that day :
Graud Master Samuel B. Dick.
Deputy Graud Master Cenrad B. Day.
Senior Grand Warden E. Ceppec
Junier Grand Warden Jeseph Eich
baum. Grand Treasurer Thes. R. Patten.
Grand Secretary Michael Nisbet.
Trustees Grand Ledgo Charity Fund
Jacob Laudenslagcr, Gee. Griscom, Daniel
Brittain, Jehn Haneld, Ebward Strick
land. Trustees of Girard Bequest Samuel C.
Perkinn, Geerge Thompson, Charles M.
Prevest, Henry C. Hewell, Jacob Roberts,
Minstrels and Tlielr'l reubles.
There was some trouble last night among
the colored minstrels who performed at
Fulton hall and the managers having them
in charge, the result of which was that
three of the performers left the troupe this
morning. One of them was Alex Hunter
the great imitator of various sounds.
Alex is a gcuuine plantation darkey and
takes pride in the fact that he brought
$1,000 en the auction block. He has a
contempt for the Northern "free niggers"
and leeks upon them as "no geed."
He prefesses a great affection for
hie "old mass ," Mr. Hunter, and speaks
well of Havcrly, but he denounces Bishop,
the manager of the company. He says
that as long as the company was under
the management of Gus Frohman all was
well, but as seen as Bishop took it he be
gan te treat them badly. The colored
men went te Philadelphia. Hunter was
discharged from this company in Pitts
burgh some weeks age, but was taken
Fall of a Wall.
Fer several days past workmen have
been engaged at removing the debris of
H. B. GreflTs warehouse at the corner of
Lemen and Water streets, which was de
stroyed by fire last week. This morning
the gable end of the western part of the
building, which has been very weak, since
the fire, fell in which a crash The south
wall also shows some signs of weakness
and is considerably out of "plumb." One
of the workman, Richard Widmyer, was
struck en the head by a falling brick, but
net seriously injured.
t Our Devil.
The " devil" of the Intelligencer
office is preparing himself for the stage.
Here is his latest rendition of Richard III.
New buy me, this day soap !
Shad, he! salves! truck I mortar !
Or tee the sole of Richard !
Then cud these subs tan Sephie,
Thousands, old Jeter. arm dell in proof.
And lead by shallow Richard.
(Exit devil, surrounded with blue flame, and 1
pursuea op pazxe-peu, scissors, meiici ami
A POPULAR GAME IN PARTS OF THIS
Hew a Fseade Lancaster County Country
man Dropped en an Insurance Gambler.
Yerk Correspondence Philadelphia Becerd.
Three policies en the life of Mrs. Tem-
pieman, of this place, a soldier's widow,
who is upward of 80 years old, are known
te be in existence ; yet Mrs. T. is prepared
te swear that no application for a single
policy has received her signature. In the
guise of a countryman from Lancaster
county I called upon the man Smith
(Israel E. Smith, insurance speculator)
this evening. I found him lounging in the
room of the Ginder house. Our business
being confidential, and Smith being deaf,
we sought the back balcony of the second
fleer. Here I mentioned the name of a
mythical Geerge E. Jehnsen, of Lancas
ter, as my inderser. Smith averred that
he had known Jehnsen from his cradle.
I went en te say that I had a mother aged
79 and a trifle te invest in insurance.
Smith was delighted. He could put the
old lady through for 821,000. "In what
companies?" "The Southern Pennsylva
nia and Mutual, both of Hanover." The
terms would be 85 en the $1,000 entrance
and $1 per 81,000 assessment. These
terms suited, and Smith handed out two
ceitificatcs of application and medical ex
amination. These I was te take te Lan
caster, get them filled in and and return te
him with the cash. It was immaterial te
him what physician made the examination.
That was a matter for my own choice :
while, if I chose, I could leave the
amount of insurance asked for blank and
" fix up " the figures with him afterward.
Before I left Smith's company he offered
me a policy for $7,000 in a Bendcrsville
company, en a woman who he said was a
safe risk, for a consideration of $300. He
further produced two policies for $14,000
each upon persons aged eighty and eiuhty eiuhty
ene, upon which he said he expected te
shortly realize, and four calls for assess
ments upon policies which he holds in a
Carrell county (Maryland) mutual con
cern. As a finale he volunteered the in
formation that liu was carrying some heavy
risks upon hi; inether-in-law and ether
parties, and tli it both he and the concerns
he represent .1 were doing a straight busi
ness. This is a typical Yerk county policy
gambler. J le is only one of a score who
arc te be seen at the corners of the streets
all day and in the bar rooms at night.
Hanover is but eighteen miles from Yerk.
Surely the officers of the Southern Penn
sylvania company, whose certificates were
given te me by Smith, might be expected
te be aware of the reliability and trust
worthiness of the agents, who are operat
ing almost under its very eye.
Grade of Pupils.
The following is the percentage of
pupils of the girls' high school for
mouth of November, 1880 :
Carrle 31 yew
S. C. Ellmnkrr...
.1 clinic Ochs
Naemi Ebcrmnn... 93
Flera Heard S9
Minnie Apple S3
Alice McNatightnu. S8
Nellie Kinar 93
Emma Refit 9S
Libbie Weber 98
Emma Lively 9'
Bertha Merrow- 96
Lizzie Eaby 03
Sallie Grefl. 91
Ella Stauffer 94
Emma Falk 91
Mav Friek 90
Allie Arneld 99
Sadie Fleming. 99
Mars- Mcl'liersen... 93
Bella Wcitze! 93
Katie Barnes 98
Katie Gust OS
Mn:i Hess 93
Marv I lalbach 93
Marien Kcndig 93
Ella Uilllngcr 98
Sallie Leng 93
Hattie McKiinvn... 93
Edith Rogers 93
Emma .Smith 93
Anna WcNr 93
Maria Clarkinn 97
Ida Iluzzard 97
Emirra Sener 97
Katie Sherlz 97
Anna liner SHJ
Lizzie Weaver 9i!
Lizzie Kirkpatrick. SO
Hattie Quinn 95
Jesic Franklin 91
Carrie Cox "C!
Emma Eberly '.
Mazie Leclier m
Ella Shirk its
Elsie Peters SI
Susie Kirkpatriek.. 31
Mary Ceedell 99
Carrie Brencman... 93
Laura Gerlmrl 93
Helena Ilech !)3
Katie Ilaldwin 97
Alice Evans 97
Lillie Frantz 97
Hcrtle Laverty 97
Lizzie Shoemaker.. 97
Blanche Beard 9G
Agnes Carpenter... 9i
Hurtle Cox 'M
The following is the relative grade of
pupils, in attendance at the boys' high
school during the month of November.
Twe horns' home study is expected from
each pupil :
A. L. Witwer
C. II. Clark
C. L. Frantz
Win. O. Laniles..
Jehn A. Hoever.,
ltebt. U. Bursk...
Chas. A. Miller...
Heward T. Hayn..
W. II. Lindemuth... 34
G. F. Erisman....
U'ni. A. Buckius.
Walter E. Kelly...
Win. M. Herr
Harry A. Shenk 97 Clias. II. Obrciter.
CarllLEby 98 llebt. M. Adams..
Harry U.Smith 93
E. G. Eicholtz 84
Chas. Carpenter. 91
W. L. Gable.
S. K. Slaymakcr 93
D. S. Smith '.
M. B. Dissinger....
Wilsen W. Fowler.
Cha. Winewer ...
W. B. Hellfngcr....
Jehn II. Hartman..
It. 1). McCaskcy....
Jehn R. Duncan...
.las. n. Muneii 91
Gee. M. Derwart.... 90
Grant Strlne M)
Dan'l II. Scnsenig.. 83
Henry Gcrhart 87
Wm. I). Heck 87
Win. R. Peters...,
Gee. W. Cooper ..
Menree B. Hlrxh..
Edwin R. Garvin
Wm. G. Baker ....
Fred. S. Pyler....
S. C. Wiant,
II. II. Shearer
Gee. E. Kellers
Chas. J. Zcclier
Edw. C. Bursk
Walter G. Peters....
Chas. D. Myers
Abram L. Miles
Jehn C. Sample
Gee. n. Ackerman..
C. S. Stennlelts
E. M. Stene
Wm. II. A user
C. G. Erisman
Jehn A. Charles
Isaac II. Stlrk
S3 Chas. B. Brady no
82 Jas. Prangley fi9
79 Edw. M. Hartman.. H
70 Chas. C. Herr GS
70 T. W. Sncsserelt (ft
74 Sidney Evans ni
74 A. A. Albright (W
71 J. H. Welcliuns ft)
70 Chas. G. Dlller .12
Jliu Andersen, My Je, Jim.
"Jim" Andersen, the famous liar and
perjurer, voted the Deniecraticticket at
the late election. Eaaminer.
A correspondent writes as fellows : "Jim
Andersen is editor and proprietor of a
paper at Ruby Hill, Nevada, called the
Morning 2fetrs. It supported Garfield for
president and is an out-and-out Republi
can paper. He has been sending the paper
te us since he became the editor. If he
voted the Democratic ticket, the last issue
of the paper before the election did net in
dicate it, as it was full of paragraphs urg
ing the necessity of voting for Garfield
Samuel S. Gibble, of Mount Jey, has ob
tained a patent for a new insect trap.
Are you low-spirited, "down-in-the-menlh,"'
and weak in the back ? Dess walking, lifting
crstandlng caus-j pain in the small of the
back? If se you have kidney disease, and
Prof. Guilmctte's French Kidney Pad is the
GOODS FOR THE HOLIDAYS!
Ladies' Geld Chatelaine Watches, Ladies' Geld Stem-Winding Monogram Watches,
Gentlemen's Geld Watches in plain, .fancy or box-joint cases. Ladies' Nickel Chate
laine Watches, Ladies' Silver Chatelaine Watches, Gentlemen's Silver Watches, Gen
men's Watches, with luminous dials.
French Clocks in marble, bronze, emerald or gilt cases, with silver bell or cathe
dral strike. Toilet Clocks, Office Clocks, Nickel Clocks, Weeden Clocks in great
Diamond Sets, Pearl Sets, Cameo Sets, Reman Geld Sets, Enameled Sets. En
graved Sets ; Diamond, Sapphire, Emerald, Pear, Opal, Cameo, Onyx, Amethyst,
repaz, uarnenungs, riain Mings, ttngravea Kings ana unildren's Kings ; Lace Pins,
Scarf Pins, Bracelets and Bangles, Necklaces, Lockets and Charms, Ladies and Gen
tlemen's long and short Chains, Sleeve Buttene and Links, Studs, etc., etc.
Tea Sets, Tete-a-Tete Sets, Dessert Sets, Epergnes, Fruit Dishes, Casters, Cake
Baskets, Pitchere, Toilet Sets, Jewel Cases, Card Stands, Ink Stands, Decanters, Cigar
Bexes, Tobacco Bexes, Match Bexes, Napkin Rings, Knives, Ferks, Spoons, Ladles,
etc., etc., etc.
&C. &C. &C.
Bronze Statuettes, Bronze Mantel Ornaments, Vases, &c. Musical Bexes, Oil Paint
ings, Opera Glasses, Geld Pens, Pencils and Picks, Geld and Silver Head Canes, &c.
All the above enumerated articles and many ethers will be found in our stock
in great variety from the lowest priced te the finest.
H. Z. RHOADS & BRO., Jewelers,
. Ne. 4 West King Street.
Manufacturing Jeweler, Zahm's Cerner,-
Thing In our stock that make
Beautiful and Durable Christmas Gifts.
GOLD BRONZES, GOLD HEAD CANES,
GOLD THIMBLES, SILVER HEAD CANES,
SILVER THIMBLES, OPERA GLASSES.
GOLD PENS AND PENCILS,
HANDKERCHIEF AND GLOVE BOXES,
GOLD BRONZE SMOKING SETS,
FINE CIGAR SETS,
ALL THESE AND MANY MOKE AX
ZAHM'S CORNER, LANCASTER, PA.
only remedy which will enre you rapidly and
permanently and without filling your stomaeh
with nausejting medicine. E
"A CIiiM of the State" The original and ro-limnticmele-dramaof
this name, which wen se
great success at Wallack's theatre, New Yerk,
will be produced at Fulton opera house with
Una scenic and mechanical effects en Saturday
evening, by the neey & Hardie combination,
who held the exclusive right te perform It.
The play was written by Mr. Geerge Hoey,
and is founded en a work of the popular
French dramatist, D'Ennery, author of The
Twe Orphans," " A Celebrated. Case," and
ether compositions et that school. The lead
ing female part Is sustained by Miss Ellen
Cummins, the harelnc of the tragedy In Texas
a ceuple of years age, in which Mr. Ben Perter,
the actor, lest his life and Mr. Maurice Barry Barry
mere was dangerously wounded by the ruffian
Curric. The cast comprises a number of ether
notable names in the theatrical profession.
The aged and infirm are strengthened and
farnlt'cs brightened by Malt Bitten.
2"U.nparallellkd SUCCESS has attended the
great mark down in prices of Overcoats at
WILLIAMSON & FOSTEU'S, 3G East King
street, Lancaster. Never In the history et the
llrm have they sold se many In "such short
time. Their large stock Is being rapidly de
pleted, and all theso who would secure bar
gains should call immediately.
Counterfeiters are ever en the alert te find
fresh flclds te work, but they never imitate a
worthless article. Vref. Guilmctte's French
Kidney Pad was brought out about ten years
age, andbincc then a host of chaps without
skill or conscience have sought te imitate It by
many worthless affairs : but a discriminating
public will held "Last te that which is geed,"
and the Gulimette Pad mere than held its
own. It enres all kidney diseases and suc
ceeds where mediclnn often falls. Ask your
Fer the lip there is no brightness.
Fer the teeth thcre Is no whltene9s.
Where SOZODONT has get no place ;
Rut theso whouse It, knew full well.
Hew bright and beautiful the spell
It throws o'er man or woman's face.
Fer tender and inflamed faces Cutlcura
Shaving Seap is worth Its weight In geld.
It is impossible ler a woman after a faithful
coulee of treatment with Lydla E. PinkhanVs
Vegetable Compound te continue te suffer
with a weakness et the uterus. Enclose a
stamp te Mrs. Lydla E. Pinkham, 233 Western
avenue. Lynn, Mass.,for pamphlets.
Tens of Grapes and Their Use.
It is astonishing te see the large quantity of
grapes of the finest quality, and large clusters
that arc each year mashed np for wine, at the
vlneyaids of A. Spcer, Passaic, N. J. Mr.
Spccr buys large quantities of grapes, and also
raises the Oporto grape, from which he makes
his celebrated wine, without the admixture of
alcohol or spirits. This wine is found by care
ful analysis te be the best wine in market for
Invalids and debilitated persons. It I called
Spcer's Pert Grape Wine, and Is sold by drug
gists. It is extensively used by churches for
the eenun union table. Excellent ter fatigued
females. This wine is recommended by Drs.
Atlecand Davi, and for saie by H. K. Elay
The most wonderful and marvelous success,
in cases where persons arc sick or pining away
from a condition of mlserableness, that no one
known what ails them (profitable patients for
doctors), is obtained by the use et Hep Bit
ters. They begin te cure from the first dose
and keep it -up until perfect health and
strength is restored. Whoever is afflicted In
this way need net sutler, when they can get
Hep Bitters. See "Truths" and "Proverbs"
in another column. ill 2wd&w
" Brown" s Bronchial Troches'' are used with
advantage te alleviate Coughs, Sere Threat,
Hoarseness and Bronchial Affections. Fer
thirty years these Troches have been In use,
with annually increasing favor. They are net
new and untried, but, having been tested by
wide and constant use for nearly an entire
gene nit ion, they have attained well-merited
rank among the fewstaple remedies of the age.
" Brown's Bronchial Troches " act directly
en the organs of the voice. They have an ex
t raerdinary effect In all disorders of the Threat
and Larynx, restoring a healthy tone when re
laxed, cither lrem cold or ever-exertion of the
voice, aud produce a clear and distinct enunci
ation. Speakers and Singers find the Troches
A Cough, Celd, Catarrh 01 Sere Threat re
quires immediate attention, as neglect often
times results In some Incurable Lnng Disease.
' Brown's Bronchial Troches" will almost In
variably give relief. Imitations arc offered for
sale, many et which ere Injurious. The genu
ine "Urettn' Bronchial Troches" are sold
only in bores. 1anl5-lyd JtwTu,Th43
Bewman. Dec. 1, 1880, in Millersville, sud
denly, of apoplexy, Susan Bewman, aged 68
years, 1 month and 5 days.
The relatives and friends et the tamtly are
respectfully invited te attend the funeral,
from the residence of her son, Henry Bewman,
en Friday afternoon, at 1 o'clock. Preaching
and interment at .the Old 3(ennenJte chnrch,
near Millersvllie. td
- Lancaster, Pa.
Yebk Shhbick. November It, 1SSI, at the
parsonage et Trinity church, by Itev. Dr.
Oreenwald, Clement P. Yohn, of Meuntvlllc,
te Miss Lizzie H. Shcirick, of Maner town
SAUEK KKAVT AMU TUKKKY L.UM-H
te-night at the Northern Market Hetel.
SAUEK KKACT SET-OUT TO-KIOHT
JOHN A. SNYDER'S,
ltd Xe. 115 North Queen Street.
AVALUAULK CITY BUSlNKSS FBOPKIC
TY AT PRIVATE OH PUBLIC SALE.
That two-story brick and stone house, stores
and dwellings, situated Xes. 133 and 135 East
King street, Lancaster. Let 27 feet lrent by
150 feet In depth, mere or less. The first lloer
front Is divided into two eligible store rooms.
The basement is floored and plasten d. The
dwelling has eight rooms, with large garret
and dormer windows. Out-buildings and
fruit in the yard, with right te street sewer
and te party wall en the west.
If net previously sold at private sale, the
above property wlllbcelfcredatpublic sale en
Monday, December 13, 1880.
Sale te commence at 7 o'clock p. 111., at the
Leepard Hetel, when conditions will be made
known by JAM ES B L C K.
UESRT SnCDEUT, Auct. d-2-tsd
"C10LTON OPERA HOUSE.
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 4.
The Great Wallack's Theatre Success,
Geerge Heey't New Romantic Drama.
ICll oft State,"
Founded en the most brilliant effort et Adnlph
D'Ennery, author or " Twe Orphans," " Den
Cresar de Bazan," "A Celebrated Case," Ac.
Produced in Magnificent Style by the Famous
Hoey & Hardie Combination.
Thlsgreat play will be presented with entire
New Scenery and Appointment.
ADMISSION, 3iJ, AO&7SCts.
RESERVED SEATS 75Cts.
Fer sale at Opera Heuse Ofiice. d2-3M
DISSOLUTION OP PARTNERSHIP.
Netice is hereby given that the partner
ship between Allen A. Herr and William D.
Stauffer was dissolved en December 1, 1SS0, by
mutual consent. All debts owing te the said
partnership nre te be received and these due
,rem.!15 ume discharged by Allan A. Herr at
the office, Ne. 3 North Duke street.
ALLAN A. HERR,
Having withdrawn from the firm et Herr A
Stautter.ltake this opportunity et thanking
my many friends ler their liberal patronage,
and respectfully solicit a continuance et the
same with the new firm or Allan A. Herr &
Ce., who wUl continue te carry en a general
real estate, collection, Insurance and patent
right business at the old stand, Ne. 3 North
Duke street. WM. D. feTAUFFER.
ALLAN A. HERR CO.,
(successor te Herr ft Stanfier)
Office, Ne. 3 North Duke fct.. Lancaster, Pa.
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THURSDAY EVSNTNO, DKO. 2, 1880.
WASHTXorex, Dec. 2. Fer the Middle
Atlantic states, higher barometer, sta
tionary or lower temperature, westerly
winds, clear or partly cloudy weather.
The President-Elect Troubled with Indiges
tion. Cincinnati. Dec. 3. Hen. Richard
Smith's attention having been called te
publication of an interview, in which he is
made te say that General Garfield is in a
serious condition physically, and that he
needs careful nursing, says he made no
sach statement. What he does say en the
subject is that while traveling with Gen
eral Garfield from Washington he ob
served that he was troubled with indiges
tion, the result of overwork. Mr. Smith
and ethers of General Garfield's friends
think he is overtaxed by visitors coming
te Menter, and that he should go some
place where he could escape this tax. No
body considers his physical couditien as a
SUU Bering Hlui.
Cleveland, Dec. 2. Ohie's 22 electors,
accompanied by Governer Pester, Secre
tary of State Barnes, State Treasurer
Turncy and ether officials visited Menter
tuis morning te pay a lermal call upon
UNDER THE WHEELS.
Fatul Railroad Accidents in Jersey City.
Jersey City, N. J., Dec. 2. William
O'Melley, of Brooklyn, was run ever by a
train of the Pennsylvania railroad at the
Green street crossing at 'a late hour last
night. He received internal injuries from
which he died this morning at St. Francis
At 12 o'clock last night Jehn Shea, a
brakeman en the New Yerk, Lake Erie
and' Western railroad, was killed by fall
ing off the cars at the west end of the Erie
tunnel. He was taken te the city morgue.
NEWS FROM THE METROPOLIS.
ATauted by a Livery Stable Keeper.
New Yerk, Dec. 2. The police are
looking for a man who gives his name as
Dr. II. A. Bradley, of Philadelphia, who
hired a horse and buggy, valued at $300,
from Reet's livery stable, in West 17th
street, yesterday, and has net since bcen
The Knvolepe Policy Gniue.
Seventy-seven prisoners captured in a
raid en the " cnvelope policy game," in
Chatham street, were arraigned at the
Tombtedaynnd fined pleach for disorder
ly co:.duct. Jas. Judsen, proprietor of the
game, was held in $500 bail.
The Iiullau Warrior en United State Terri
tory. Washington, Dec. 2. General Sheri
dan telegraphed that Sitting Bull's force
was seen by hunters two days age, 25
miles 1101th of the Yellowstone near
Sheep mountain, moving gradually to
wards Yellowstone. Thcre were about
100 warriors. Orders were sent te Feit
Cnsterte ascertain their disposition and
intcntien,bnt te make 110 movement against
them unless hestile intentions were shown.
Strike of miners.
Chicahe, Dec. 2. A dispatch te Sioux
city, Iowa, from the Fert Dedge coal
mines says the miners struck yesterday.
This will seriously embarrass the Illi
neis Central aud the St. Paul. & Sioux
City companies in Iowa. In consequence
of the short supply of coal en hand, the
latter read has ordered most of its freight
trains discontinued for the present.
Suddten Death of a Priest.
Feut Waynk, Ind., Dec. 2. Father
Julian Bcueit, paster of St. Peter's Cath
olic church, died suddenly of apoplexy
while coming down te breakfast this morn
ing. He had been here 50 years, and was
widelv known throughout the state.
Imprisonment ter Life.
Feht Wayne, Ind.. Dec. 2. .Jehn
Mahcr and Isaac Merris, en trial for the
murder of Berhardt Myers, in May last,
were convicted late last night and their
sentence was fixed as imprisonment for
The Delaware Clear of Ice.
Boudentewn, N. J., Dec 2. The Del
aware at this point and below having been
ice-bound for several days, has yielded te
the drizzling rain and warmer tempera
ture, and beats plying between the various
points find little difficulty in getting
Honors te General ISeberts.
Londen, Dec, 2. The court of common
council has resolved unanimously te present
te General Sir Frederick Roberts, the
freedom of the city of Londen and a
sword in recognition of his services in
Challenge te a Duel,
Paris, Dec. 2. M. Laisant has chal
lenged the Vicemte St. Vincent te a duel
for printing a letter accusing Laisant of
cowardice in the France-Prussian war.
Kansas A Pacific.
St. Letus, Dec. 2. It will be officially
announced te-morrow that the New Yerk
trust company has purchased the Kansas
& Pacific railroad. Jay Gould, as presi
dent, will assume control of the work.
ROBES, BLANKETS, AC.
QIGN OF THE BUFFALO HEAD.
1 have new en hand the Lareest. Bkst akd
Cheapest ABReimncirr or Lined and Unlined
BUFFALO 1SOUES in the city. Alse LAP
AND HOUSE BLANKETS of every descrip
tion. A full line of
Trunks and Satchels,
Harness, Whips, Cellars, Sec.
O-ISepalring neatly and promptly denc.-ga
108 North Queen St., Lancaster.
One flncNargc airy room en second fleer,
and two large communicating rooms en tlifru
fleer ever Faun- sect's Dry Goods Stere, nest
d jer te the court house, suitable for a lnwyer
or physician. The very best location In the
city for any kind of business. Apply t
tr?5T Ye?Fz December 2. Fleur-Stato and
western without decided change; very mod
erate expert and home trade demand : Sn
EFJS?0' tateeS0: extra de at 90
S;:rne,ce dp $53035 50: lancy de at
atjGG50; superfine western 190ai 50:
mln!U geed extra de 4 003530; choice
L35?6 ?J che,,ca wh,te " wheat de S3 15
S5JSiiieatnernUnU5 couimento falrextrm
w.JJilJ aj : gut"! 10 rneiee 110 15 03G 75.
w neat epeueb ie better and subsequent
ly advanced; Ne. 1 White. Dec. l atMifil 21:
Ne. 2 Red, Dec. $1 23J51 Sili ; de Jen.tll 23
1 2SK : de Feb SI seitfii 31& ' e
.JernjiaJScbettar; Mixed western spot.
386ljje: de future. C0K363c. '
Oats quiet; State 45Q50c; Western 43Q50r.
., ,HHmaH,A' Dec.i Fleur dull bnt stead
ily held: aniwrflnn n J-.'WI 7. . Mtn. .
f830'. ul antI Indiana family S3 50
i25:. Pa HnY $3 2333 75: st. leuS
family fGOOtfGSO: Minnesota family f 3 25gG 00;
de patent S3 1236 73: Winter patent $7 003
S 0U ; Spring de 7 i3fis 23.
Wheat strong, with better demand : Ne. 2
Westsrn Rui l 23 ; Pcnn'a. Ren 1 20QI 23J :
Amber $120 I 23k. -
Cern plenty and dull; steamer, MS37C; yel
low, new. 57c ; old Cl62e ; mixed, new, 3iM57c:
Oata firm, with geed inquiry : Ne. I Whlta
46c;No.2deo;No. 3 de tlgllKc; Ne. 2
Mixed 4 te.
Rve stead r at !Hc. '
Previsions firm and unchanged ; mes perk,
old. $14O014 50; new, .$15 50; beet lmm$lS
is 50 : Indian mess beet at $18 ; Itaenn smekeU
shoulders ViQGe : salt de, old, 3c ; new, 3Kc :
smoked hams OKaiOc; pickled Uum33Kc
for old and new.
Lard firm ; city kettle at !Jc : loose butch
ers' 8J3,c: prime steam $110039 li
Cutter uctlve and firm tn choice grades ;
Creamery extra 35c : de geed te choice 31ft
34c; B. C. und N. Y. extra 'JS30c ; Western
reserve extra 21c.': de geed te choice ISJj22c:
Rolls firm ter choice ; Penn'a Extra 222lc ;
Western Reserve extra 22Q2I.
Eggs steady ; strictly fresh scarce : Penn'a
fexint siqu-jc ; Weste rn Extra 3031c.
Cheese market quiet and prices unchanged ;
New Yerk tnl! cream nt i::jc: Western
full cream at 12l3c; de lair te noed at
12iSI2Jc: de hair skims and Penn'a. skimt at
Petroleum dull ; refined at 9c
Whisky scarce at $1 10.
Seed? Geed te prime clever steady at $7 2S
7.-10: Timethy nethiii;; doing; FlaxsceJ dull
at $1 30.
Nbw Yerk 3 roc cs.
A. M. A. Sf. P. it. P. M. P. k.
10:10 11:10 12:10 1:1J 3:11
motive t . .
Erie IS. R. 4.i LVr 4rt 4.i ....
Michigan . A L. S....122JH 122 12IJJ 12IJ.i
Michigan Cent. IS. 15..1i:;r 113 H3Ji usjt
lyiiicuKu a .. . 11 i-j iy ir;
iti.i.A... . r ttr ..v. - ....!-... ....... . .
uiucage, ju x t. i-...iu;i w$y n
Han. A St.. I. Cem 42?;; il'i 45
" " P'ld.... 9.JM 112,'i 2Z
Teledo Wabash.... 41$
uiiiex Mississippi.... 5Jt;
St. Leuis, I. M. & S. IS.. 1S.
Ontario and Western. 31-,'i
C. C.AI. C. R. 15 l'.t
New Jersey Ccn tral . . 7".
lCI. A illlUSUII WUIIUI. .
Del.. Luck. A WcMernKttK VH-i UH?;J 102-J
Western Union Tel... M wii i ii?
Pacific Mail 3. S. Ce.
47J. 4li4 47;
Union Pacific 1ik
Kansas Texas 33
New Yerk Central
Cleveland A Pitts
Chicago & Reck I
Pittsburgh A Ft. W
American U.Tel. Ce
Pennsylvania R. IS.... nijf.
Phil'a. A Reading..... 2.VJ
Lehigh Valley .17
Northern Pacific Cem ViVC
" ". P'd . Cl!j
PItLs.,Titnsv'e& H.... 17
Phil'a & Erie R. IS.... l'J
Un.lt. It's of N.J
Locitlgsteclcs nnil nemls.
Lanc.Clty G per ct. Lean, due 1SS0..
" " 1883..
" ' lb'.K..
" " 1SJ3..
" 5 per ct. In ler SO years.
Lane, and Quarry v'e IS. IS. bend...
" " " stock...
Lancaster and Ephrataturnpikc... 25
Lanc,EHzabit!it'n nnilMiddlet'n.. UK)
Lancaster am I Fruitvillc turnpike. M
Lancaster and Lilitz turnpike 2T
Lancaster and Maner turnpike.... ."
Lancaster and Manhcim turnpike. -"
Lancaster and Marietta turnpike.. 2.1
Lane, and New Helland turnpike.. UK)
Lane, and Strasburg turnpike. 2f
Lane, and Susquehanna turnpike.. 3m
Lane, and Willow Street turnpike. 25
Fanners Nat. Hank fit Lancaster... V
First Nat. Hank of Lancaster loe
Lancaster County Nut. Hank Ut
Inquirer Printing Ce M)
LancOaj Light and Fuel Ce. Meck. 23
" " beniN.
ItOOKS AS1 STATIONERY.
' KLLGAXT LINK Ol'
NEW STYLE FRAMES,
NEW STYLE EASELS,
NEW PANEL PICTURES,
L, M. FLYMN7S'
HOOK AND STATIONERY STOKE,
Nil. 42 WEST KINO STKEET.
Nevel and in Great Variety.
Nevel and In Great Variety.
Satin Ohrome Lithographs
rer Arl Nccdlc-Werk
rer Art Needle -Werk.
At the Heek Stere of
JOHI BAER'S SOUS,
15 and 17 NORTH QUEEN STREET,
I? OR SALE.
; A two-sterv I'.UICIC HOCaE, with two
story Brick Hack Building attached, situate at
Ne. 52U East Orange street, with gas In everv
room, ami Just newly papered. Will bi: sold lit
private falc en cheap and easy terms.
Apply te JOHN HIEMENZ.
nevi:f-trd Ne. 2; North Ouccn street.
'UK USOfclUIUNEI) OFFKIIS AT FKI-
VATEsalethattwo-sterv HISICK DWELL.
1NO HOUSE with two-sterv Hrick Back Huilit-
ln, situate at Ne. 1 1 Seuth Lime street. The
hniise fronts 19 feet, unil let extends l.i depth
103 feet te Ien Lutheran church. The house
has been recently papered throughout; there
arc seven large rooms with gas in every room
In the house, and water In t!:e kitchen. In thq
let arc choice varieties of fruit trees and a
tine grape vine. On the south hide of the hoii'e
is un alleyway for the exclusive nsaefthlH
property. Possession given April 1, is.il. If
net sold at private sain the above property
will be offered at publics.il. at thu Leepard
hotel, en Saturday evening, December IS. 1S80,
nt 7 o'clock. PHILIP DOEKSOM.
"VTORK STATE APPLES.
ONE THOUSAND BAISHELS in store and
selling low te dealers, nt
nev30-atd MILLER A JIAKTMAN.
i 1 hereby notify the public in general that
I employ no person te purchase rag, old metal,
Ac, ter me. 1 will net be responsible ler these
representing themselves 09 my ni;entf, as I de
all my own buying. II. C. MIIISK.
WASTED EVEKYIJODT TO. AIJVEK
tlsc, free of eliai-tre. in thu LvrsiAiam
cis, who wants something te de.
WANTED TWO OR TIIRKK TINSMITHS
Will give them steady work this winter
O meke Tobacco Steamers. Apply imiuediatc
yat JACOB FeO-jE'S.
nev2J-2td Ne. 131 E:i,t King Street,