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LANCASTEK.i)AjtL INTELLIGENCER. MONDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1880.
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COLUMBIA NEWS.
OUK REGULAR CORRESPONDENCE
Information Las been received here
which may concern the stockholders of
lean and buildim; associations throughout
Pennsylvania. The information is in a
letter received by W. B. Given, esq., and
direct from the auditor-general, and is te
"the effect that the auditor-general will net
enforce by suit the collection of taxes im
posed en building and lean associations by
late act of Assembly until the appeals
new pending in regard te its constitution
ality are decided. The letter was received
this morning, and as we have seen nothing
in the newspapers treating en the question,
we consider it worthy of publication.
The Shawnee rolling mill company are
out of iron ere, and unless they arc sup
plied very seen it will be feuud necessary
te temporarily suspend operations. It is
thought, however, that ere. will reach here
te-day or to-nierrow.
Sheriff Strinc and wife spent yesterday
with friends in Columbia.
A whale was taken through here yester
day afternoon en a Pennsylvania railroad
freight train, leaded en two gondola coal
cars. It was shipped from Bosten te a
party in Chicago. The iisli, which was
dead, and which te preserve it was entire
ly covered with ice, measured seventy-two
feet in length and weighed thirty-three
tens. It was a little tee long for the two
cars and te make a geed fit a portion of its
tail was turned up. A number of Colum
bians took a leek at it, and, as it is said,
one or two are the possessors of relics.
The dwelling house of Henry Neltc,
the blacksmith, situated en Third street
near Union, caught lire this morning, but
was extinguished before gaining any head
way. The fire originated where rats had
built themselves a nest near the chimney,
a spark from which caused the accident.
The Fifth street Presbyterian Sunday
school will held a short Christmas service
of seug en Thursday evening, December
23.
A property ea Cherry street above
Third, belonging te the Dime savings bank,
was sold at public sale at the Franklin
house en Saturday evening, the purchaser
being Ephraim liershcy and the price paid
$1,610.
A boy, name unknown te us. residing en
Ilcthcl street, had the misfortune te get a
shoe button iu his ear en Sat unlay or Sun
day, and the combined skill of three physi
cians has since been baflled in their efforts
te get it out. We were en a still hunt for
the doctors this morning, but they all
evaded us.
The Pennsylvania railroad company an:
still doing an enormous business. Freight
trains wci e i mining both east and west dur
ing ycstcid:iy,and te keep the east yard at
this place from being blocked with empty
cars, it was found necessary yesterday
morning te send several Columbia engines
through te Harrisburg. Returning they
were net permitted te remain lieie, but
were .sent through te Philadelphia.
CAUGHT AT IT.
diaries Gibsen and le GrefI A ttemiit
te
ltrcak out ol'-the Prison.
Yesterday Charles Gibsen and ea
Greff, two prisoners who are confined
the county prison attempted te make
their escape. About i o'clock in the af
ternoon, while services were being held,
Underkccper Mnrr passed the cell (Ne 11
en the lower tier) occupied by the men.
He heard a thumping noise and he listened
for a time. He noticed that when
ever the organ played the noise
was louder. Suspecting that something
was wrong he called Keeper Weise ; the
two then went into the cell and made an
examination of it. The cell is an iron
clad and they found that the prisoners had
cut a hole through the iron, in the south
eastern corner of the cell, large enough
for a man te crawl through. They had
also taken out two layers of the brick wall
and had placed the bricks under
the bed. If they had worked a short time
longer they would have had the wall cut
through and would have been able te
reach the cellar, from which they could
easily have escaped. The prisoners are
both cigarmakcrs and work at their trade
in the prison. The only tools feuud upon
them were their cigar knives, with which
they cut the iron. Underkecpcr Mnrr
says as he passed the cell of these men
about 0 o'clock yesterday morning he
heard a noise as though they were sharp
ening their knives. He passed the cell
several times, and always found Greff at
the deer.
Chas. Gibsen was convicted with Jehn
Frankford about two years age of stealing
horses and was sentenced te eight years
imprisonment. Since that time he has
twice broken jail but both times was re
captured after he had been at liberty but
a short time. At the last court he plead
guilty te the charge of breaking jail and
was sentenced te eighteen months impris
onment, that sentence te commence at the
expiration of the original one.
Jeseph GrelV was convicted about ti year
and a half age, and was sentenced te live
years' imprisonment for breaking into a
store at Millway. One of his associates
in that affair was a young man named
Geedman, who broke out with Gibsen the
hist time, but was never recaptured. He
is a young man and his home is iu Cel
umbia.
Underkccpcr Murr, who caught these
two men, also discovered Frankford be
fore he succeeded in escaping last summer.
The two prisoners are new in cell Ne.
51 en the upper tier.
'
Clese of u Pair.
The fair for the benefit of the Monnt Mennt
ville band closed en Saturday night after a
successful run of ten days. The principal
articles were wen as fellows :
Breach-leading Gun J. II. Fridy.
Gentleman's Geld Watch Henry Kicf
fcr. Ladies' Geld Watch Barbara Frtclieh.
Sleigh Christian Hunchberger.
Cottage Set of Furniture Samuel
Barby.
Silver Watch Walter Fridy.
Geld Necklace Alice Cooper.
Set of Silver Spoons Mrs. Jehn Penny
packer. Set of Harness A. N. Lcaman.
BufTale Kebe Cyrus JJcff,
Carpenter Toels Fred Cepclaud.
Butcher's Toels Canrad Waltz.
A Destitute family.
The family of Israel Kicfl'cr, residing en
North Christian street, near Frederick, is
in a destitute condition. Yesterday one
el the children died of diphtheria and three
ethers aic lying ill. The father has been
out of work for some time. Yesterday
when the child died there was nothing te
cat in the house. The neighbors heard
of the family's condition and they sup
plied them with feed.
Ileine Again.
Richard J. Malene, esq., of this city,
who for mera than a year has been in
the far West, reached home en Saturday
last and will celebrate the Christmas holi
days upon his native heath. He is look
ing well and his return has been greeted
with the congratulations of a large circle
of friends and acquaintances.
. m
North Carolina Ouall.
Frank It. Diflcndcrffcr, has received 29
quails from North Carolina, the first in
stallment of a let which he will receive
during the winter. He will feed them un
til spring when he will set them free.
Meney Recovered.
Mr. Themas Zccher, who had her pocket
picked en Saturday at the Northern mar
ket house, recovered her money from a
woman who picked it up in the market
house where the boy who stele her hand
kerchief dropped it.
BeaaUfel Snow.
"Oh the snow! the beautiful snow!
It commenced te lall two hours age
And Venner, the prophet, who ought te knew
Declares 'twill be ten feet dep or se.
Before It steps falling and winds will blew
And drift the snow. the snow, the snow."
Just here the poet received a blew
Frent the editors fist that laid him low
And caused nlm te bellow "Oh! Oh! Oh!"
And the J oily editor, all aglow,
Requested "the devil" straightway te go
And bury the poet se deep and low
That when the trumpet of Gabriel shall blew,
He wouldn't hear it and wouldn't knew
It was time te get up and te Judgment go ;
Uut ' the devil "answered, "Net ter Je."
And seizing the poet by his great big te
Carried him off te his realms of wee.
A warning te all ether poets below,
Who venture te talk of the beautiful snow.
Elected Mercantile Appraiser.
This afternoon B. F. Greff, esq., of
Pequea township, was elected mercantile
appraiser for the ensuing year by the
county commissioners.
Vrekcn Again.
When the cannon exploded at Safe Har Har
eor, recently, it will be remembered that
Mm. Thes Crew had a leg broken. The
limb was healing nicely until a few days
age Mrs. Crew broke it again while
dreaming.
'Withdrawn.
The dwelling house and let of ground,
42 Seuth Lime street, owned by Philip
Docrsem and advertised at public sale Sat
urday evening, was withdrawn after hav
ing been bid up te $3,200.
Netice.
The communication of Alex McKillips in
reference te organs, that appeared in the Lan
caster papers, will be answered iu te-morrow
evening's Intelligencer. My challenge Is yet
open and will be backed up by the necessary
amount. F. J. Stkiniiacsku.
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The Teledo Weekly Blade
Say they are personally acquainted with the
munagcrs of the Day Kidney Pad Ce., whom
they knew 1e bis responsible and rellable men.
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Amusements.
Keene as ' Mellaril." The appearance of
Mr. Themas W. Keene at Fulton opera house
this evening Is the only really great
tragic event at present en Mr. Yocker's books,
and it is te be hoped that the community
will show their appreciation et the treat
therein presented for their enjoyment by lin
ing the opera house. Mr. Keene Is a stranger
hereabouts, but the credentials he bears with
him are all et tlie llrst order. Ills Richard, in
which he Is billed te appear here. Is pronounced
by the Chicago Tribune te be In many respects
the best en the stage, lull of fire and often
marked by startling originality, both of con
ception and execution. The same authority
doubts If ever the llereencss of the Shaks
pearean character was mere electrically
portrayed than It was by Ecene. A strong
cast headed by Miss Henrietta Vaders supports
the distinguished tragedian.
" Sharps and Flats." Kobsen and Crane, the
nieus comedians, will appear at the opera
house te-morrow evening, In the exquisitely
ftinny play et "Sharps and Flats," In which,
during the present season, they have been
steadily adding te their extended reputation
as artists of the highest quality. They contin
ually crowded the Arch street theatre, Phil
adelphia, last, week, and their return Je this
city, alter their Haltering success hefe last
year, en which occasion they delighted every
body as tile Twe DromtesAt sure te ba greeted
by a large and appreciative audience.
' Widow IStdelt." Petroleum V. Xesby's
utilising comedy is the attraction underlined
for Wednesday night at the opera house, and
everyone who witnesses Mr. Bishop's rendi
tion of the character is sureefahcarty laugh.
The humor et" the play is described as pure,
wholesome and rcllucd.
Vanderbilt was neatly shaved
with Cuticura Shaving Seap.
yesterday
A Foul-Meiithed Weman
is worse than e foul-mouthed man. Butue one
neeil be foul-mouthed If they will only use
SOZODONT and rub It in well. Don't spare
the brushnntl spoil tlie mouth, as sonic parents
de with their children when they wltheld the
red. d20,lvileed&w
raininess before eating, pain and dlstrrs
afterward, prevented by Malt Hitters.
SfEVIAl. NOTICES.
SAMPLE MOTIVE.
It Is Impossible ter a woman alter a falthlul
course of treatment with Lydia E. Plnkhain's
Vegetable Compound te continue te suller
with a weakness et the uterus. Enclose a
$tainp te Mrs. Lydla E. Plnkham, 233 Western
avenue, Lynn, Mass., for pamphlets.
jy23-lydeedw
The Popular Demand.
Se great has been the popular demnnd for
the celebrated remedy Kidney-Wert, that it
is having an immense sale from Maine te Cali
fornia. Seme have found it inconvenient te
jfrepare It train the dry compound. Fer such
the proprietors new prepare it in liquid terui.
This can be procured at the druggists. It has
precisely the same effect as the dry, hut Is
very concentrated se that the dose is much
smaller. Lewell Mail. d)-lvtlw
Free Once Mere.
S. Chad wick, or Arcadia, Wayne en., X. Y.,
writes : I have had severe attacks of Asthma
ter several years. 1 commenced taking Dr.
Themas' EclcctrlcOil ; the llrst dose relieved
me In one hour. I continued taking It iu tea
spoonful tleses ler a tew days, and have net
had an atkiak it It since; new nearly one
year.
ForsaIebyH.il. Cochran, druggist, 137 and
Kill North Queen street, Lancaster, Pa.
"Evkiiv man te his trade" is an old saying,
and the mere closely a person applies himself
te any one subject the mere proficient he be
comes lit his particular line. Sema doctors
make a specialty of a certain disease und study
everything that has a bearing upon It. 'Ihey
experiment with different medicines until one
is leund that gees right te the mark. This may
he said et the C. & C. Cordial manufactured
nnil for sale by Dr. IJrewning, 1117 Arch street,
Philadelphia. It is for coughs and colds and
when used searches out every part luat is af
fected. Relief Is experienced in an incredibly
short time. Give it a trial. Sold by all drug
gists at .riOc. u bottle.
A Perfect Martyr.
" I was a perfect martyr te rheumatism," a
hale and hearty individual was heard te re
mark the ether day, "but" continued he, "Dr.
Themns' Eclectric Oil banished the pains,
which racked my joints and muselcs, und leek
at me new." A glance convinced us.
Fer sale by II. It. Cochran, druggist, 137 and
i:W North Queen street, Lancaster, Pa.
It Is Werth a Trial.
"I was troubled ter many years with Kid
ney Complaint, Gravel, Ac; my bleed liccame
thin ; 1 was dull and inactive ; could hardly
crawl about, and was an old worn-out man alf
ever, and could get nothing te help me, until
1 get Hep Hitters, and new I am a boy again.
My bleed anil kidneys are all right, and I am
as active as a man et 30, although I am 72, and
I have no doubt it will de as well ter ethers et
my age. It Is worth the trial. (Father.)
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Mothers! Mothers I! Met hers! tt
Arcyeudisturbcd at night anil broken el
your rest by a sick child sulterlng and crying
with the excruciating pain et cutting teeth?
It se, go at once and geta bottle of MRS. WINS
LOWS SOOTHING SYRUP. It will relieve the
peer little sufferer Immediately depend upon
It; there is no mistake about It, There is neta
mother en earth who has ever used It, who will
net tell you at once that it will regulate the
bowels, ami gtvc rest te the mother, and rellel
and health te the child, operating like magic.
It is perfectly safe te use in all cases, ami pleas
ant te the taste, and Is the prescription et one
et the eldest and best female physicians and
nurses in the United States. Sold everywhere
25 cents a bottle. flK-lvd&wM.W'AS
XElf A.VVEUT1SEMEXTS.
I.VXCKLLKNT BAKINU HI1TTEK. IIAK
Ht INU MOLASSES, AND FINE GROCER
IES, CHEAP, at
WEAVER'S.
lttl
5D West King Street.
AVAHU. MESSRS. ABRAM SCHEETZ
Harry Eckert anil Aaren E. Ucist, lerni-
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Aiessn. uivicr, uewers a iiursi, wiierviney
will be happy
lappv te see their friends. ltd
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SEW AVTERT18EMTXTS.
4 STRICH BICO.'S ADVERTISEMENT.
During Christmas week we Intend present
ing an array et bargains in our
HULINERT DEPARTMENT,
Which will be found well worthy the atten
tion et Ladies.
We have reduced all our Untiluuui'd Hats
te the Uniform prica of
AAe
FEATHERS, WI.VGS. BIRDS, BUEASTS
AND JET FEATHERS AT RE
MARKABLE LOW 1'KICE.S.
We give timely notice that if you desire te
get the choicest selection el
HOLIDAY PRESENTS
Yeu must come early in tlie week and
EARLY
edav
rush In all dep irtiiicuts.
We have in .dt special prices In our
DOLLS.
Yeu will find one et the best asserted
stock
et DOLLS of every description.
Yeu will acknowledge the lowness of our
prices alter inspection, amt it you conic te buy
will de HO.
What presents mere
SUITABLE
than Handsome LACE TIES or FICIICS
te have lately opened a new let. el Hand
some Lace Goods ; you will lind the prices low.
Napkins, Tewel", Table (,'letlw, a specialty.
Ladies' Underwear a Specialty.
FANCY GOODS.
POCKET-HOOKS, WORK BOXES, AUTO-
WRAPH ALBUMS, PHOTOGRAPH AL-
1IUMS, LEATHER .SATCHELS AND
JAPANESE WARE.
We call your special attention te
NO OLD STOCK.
The Richest Designs, Celers and Qualitie
prices that will astonish our customers.
COME EARLY
in the week and day te avoid the afternoon
rush. Yeu will he able te buy mere comlert
ably and have a better selection te cheese
from.
KID GLOVES.
We keep constantly en hand
A GOOD STOCK OF
GOOD KID GLOVES,
:t AND 0 15UTTOXS.
In lilack. White, Cream, Flesh, Slates. Ilrewn
Fawns, Old Geld, and
All Other Fashionable Celers.
We undoubtedly sell the best article for t he
money and guarantee entire satisfaction te
every customer.
A lull assortment of all kinds et
WINTER GLOVES,
for Ladles, Gents and Children, suitable for
CHRISTMAS GIFTS.
ASTBICH BE0.'S
13 EAST KING STREES,
LANCASTER, PA.
i
NweMs
XKW ADVERTISEMENTS
MUSICAL BOXES.
We have just received our second installment of a very large invoice of Musical
Bexes, which are marked at the following prices : ' "
1-Alr Tey Bexes
3-Air Tey Bexes
3-Air Tey Bexes
4-Air Tey Bexes
4-Air Bexes ler Table
6-Air Bexes for Table 30.00
8-Air Bexes ter Table 49.00
10-Alr Bexes for Table 50.00
13-Air Bexes for Table :.. tki.00
Bexes with attachments of Harp, Zither, Flute or Bells cost a small addition te
the above prices. We have the boxes playing as many as 43 airs.
Oar stock of goods and selection el styles for this Christmas is better than at
any iernier season. We Invite a visit te our store.
H. Z. RHOADS & BRO.,
JEWEL-ERS,
4 WEST KING STREET, LANCASTER, PA.
BDW J.
Manufacturing Jeweler, Zahm's Cerner,
Things in en r
Beautiful and Durable Christmas Gifts.
WATCHES, DIAMONDS,
CLOCKS, SILVERWARE,
SPECTACLES, JEWELRY,
OLD BRONZES, GOLD HEAD CANES,
GOLD TniMBLES, SILVER HEAD CANES,
SILVER THIMBLES, OPERA CLASSES.
GOLD PENS AND PENCILS,
HANDKERCHIEF AND GLOVE BOXES,
GOLD BRONZE SMOKING SETS,
PINE CIGAR SETS,
BACCARET VASES.
ALL THESE AXD MAXY MORE AT
ZAHM'S CORNER, LANCASTER, PA.
HEW AWEUTIHEMESTS.
1)UHL1C SALE WILL HE OrCKltED AT
pnhlicsalc, all that let of ground fronting
II feet en the southeast side of Middle street,
and extending in depth 113 feet G inches, en
which is ereclcd two two-story Brick Dwelling
Houses, with hack buildings anil ether im
provements. The said property will be sold as
a whole, or either house and let as new divid
ed and occupied, will he sold separately. If
ielil separately the right te a common use of
Hie hyiirant, passage ullcv and water way as
new useu win no reservcti.
Salt; te he held at the Leepard Hetel, en East
King slrect, en MONDAY. DECEM1IER 'M,
IS8U, at 7:30 p. in., when conditions willbeinadc
known by JOHN ULACK.
H.Siiubkut, Anct. dll-tsd
C1ITY PROPERTY AT PRIVATE SALE.
The undersigned offers at private sale the
resilience new occupied by him at Ne. 42 Seuth
Lime street. The house fronts 19 feet, mere or
les, and extend in depth 103 feet, te the Zlen
Lutheran cHirch. On the south side of the
house is a private alley. The house contains
seven large rooms, is newly painted and paper
ed, ami has gas In every room In the house. In
t he yard are choice grape vines and fruit trues.
The property is very desirably located aniLwlll
lie sold at a reasonable price.
(120-Ud PHILIP DOEESOM.
inmi.ic
SALE OF VALUABLE CITY
X Properly. On MONDAY,
DEC. 20. lssu.
will be sold at. public sale, at the Cooper house,
Lancaster city, Pa., the following real estate,
te wit :
Ne. 1, A let of ground fronting 20 leet 10
inches en Kast Kingstrccts, between Llme anil
.Shipnen streets, and extending in depth 123
i; inches te Church street en West line, and en
East line 10." feet, making a front en Church
street of 28 feet, en which Is erected an elegant
thrce-sterv White Marhlefrent house, with a
two-story brick back building, Ne. 212. Th
house has all the modern improvements, both
in style nod finish, and is well worthy the at
tention of persons wanting a convenient and
pleasant home.
Ne. 2 consists of a three-story llrlck IIouse,
fronting 14 feet and 4 inches en East King
street, and extending In depth 52 feet 2 inches.
Ne. 3 East King street, Lancaster, Pa. This Is
a llrst-class business stand, new occupied as a
Shee Stere, by Mr. Levy. The above proper
ties can lie seen previous te the day et sate by
(Milling en the occupants.
Sale te commence at 7 o'clock, p. m., of saitt
day. when attendance will be given anil con
ditions ofsale made known by
.IOIINK.METUEK,
tlmlnlstrater c. t. a. d. b. n., and Agent for
A heirs el Jehn Metzger, deceased.
Samlei. Ili:ss&h'ex Aucts. dl-W,S&M&Sd
NOTICE!
THAT THE LINE OF
JEWEL CASKETS
Ne wen exhibition at A. RHOADS'S J EWELBY
STORE is the Finest and Most Elegant Assert
nient ever brought te this city.
AUGUSTUS RHOADS,
JEWELER,
Ne. SO East King Street, Lancaster, Pa.
CHRISTMAS GROCERIES.
BAKING MATERIALS.
Xcu- Crep New Orleans Molasses. Raking
and Fresh P.UTTER.
PURE SPICES.
llakiux Seda and Making Powders, Rese
Wates, Flavoring Extracts, c.
I). S. BURSK,
NO. 17 KAST KING STREET.
FRUITS, NUTS. CONFECTIONS,
Fine Dehesla Raisins. Fine French Prunes,
Conceives Apricots, Prnnellcs, Fine Layer
Figs, Gelden anil Persian Hates, French Crys
tallized Apricots nntl Cherries, Choice Flerida
and Jamaica Oranges, White Grapes, Fine
I'.ananas.
CANNED FRUITS, viz: Peaches, Pears,
Pine Apples. Cherries, California Egg Plums,
Apricots. Nectarines, Green Gage Plums,
Queen Olives, etc.
Want of space lerbids us te name the many
nice goods we have.
Don't fail te call and sec. Xe trouble te show
goods and give prices.
D. S. BURSK,
NO. 17 EAST KING STREET.
A CHANCE FOR VARIETY ACTOR.
On "JANUARY 29. 1881. a variety show
will be given In this city by Witmer A Ce. The
following parties connected with the show
offer challenges :
Costclleand Cochran challenge any pair of
clegglsts in the city for a pair of belts.
C. Witmer challenges any bar performers In
the city for a medal.
J. Ketallck challenges any banjoist In the
city for a medal.
U. Cununings challenges any tumbler In the
city ler a medal.
C. Shay challenges any aged negre performer
et this city ler a medal.
Trewitz and Shufnebotteni challenge any
pair ei mouth-organ players of this city for a
medal.
Tem Geedman challenges any high kicker
of this city for a medal.
Hums and Frankford challenge any pair of
I risli comedians in the eity for a medal.
Isaac Rittcnheusc challenges any pie cater
of this city ler a geld dollar.
Any person desiring te accept any et these
challenges will please call at Serrel Merse res
taurant, between 7 and 8 o'cleck,lu in the even
ing. Reek will be open until the 28th et De
cember, ler the show en the 29th et January.
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..$ 1.00
. 4.00
. 6.00
. 7.50
. 20.00
ZAHM,
- Lancaster, Pa.
stock that make
A'Ji'ir Alt t'EKTJSEMEXTti.
VTO RKASONADLK Ol'TElt REFUSED.
Organs and Pianos. NEW AND SECOND
HAND, at greatly reduced prices.
JUSTUS STUCK ENHOLZ,
Fulton Opera Heuse, Lancaster.
declImdU
INSURE WITH Till: OLD AND WELL
Established Agency of the
Girara Fire isns Ce.,
OP PHILADELPHIA.
ASSETS OVER
Eleven Hundred Thousand Dollars.
Invested in Safe and Solid Securities.
RIFE & KAUFMAN,
Ne. 10 EAST KING STREET,
tHl-6uidM.W,SR Second Fleer.
Auction' AllGllOll!
AT 1IIK
H.L.ZAHM&CO
JEWELRY STORE.
Every afternoon and evening until theslnilc
Is ull sold.
Elegant Watches,
BRACELETS, CHAINS, NECK LACKS,
JEWELRY, PLATED "WARE, KNIVES,
FORKS AND SPOONS, selling and
will be sold POSITIVE Li with
out reserve.
The Fixtures te be sold at Hie close of sale,
and the Stere will be Fer Rent from APRIL
1, 1881.
WM. MILLAR,
dccrt-lmtl
PROPRIETOR.
T
UK NEW AND CHEAP STORE.
&
All lately with Fuiniestnc k,
WILL OPEN THEIR
NEW AND CHEAP
DRY GOODS STORE,
38 West King Street,
Opposite Coept-r Heuse, Lancrslcr, 1'n.,
On Monday, Dec. 20, 1880,
With an entire NEW STOCK hnuuht late
iu the season, and te be sold
CHEAV FOR CASH.
RLACK SILKS.
41.25 and SI. Ml.
Special lJargains at 1.
ULACK CASHMERES
it Reduced Prices.
Ladies' Coats and Delmans.
.1 list bought and te he sold much
less than former prices.
Shawls for Ladies and Misses.
SPECIAL LINE OF
PAISLEY SHAWLS
TO HE SOLD CHEAP.
BLANKETS AM) COMFORTABLES,
In all CrailcH and 'Jua'.itie-'.
We call attention te a let et Colored Rlan
kets, and Comfertables, both slightly damag
ed, antl much under regular price.
CALICOES, MUSLINS,
HOUSE-FURNISHING GOODS, &c.
At the New Clicap Stere,
38 WEST KING STREET,
Opposite Cooper Heuse, LANCASTER, PA.
,
Mmr
iipn
P. A. METZGER, 1SENJ. F. BARD,
C. F. HAUOIIMAN.
decl5tld&wR
THIRD EDITION.
MONDAY EVENING, DEC. 20, 1880.
"WEATHER INDICATIONS.
"Washington, Dec. 20. Fer the Middle
states threatening weather and snow,
slight fall in temperature, falling, followed
by rising haremeter, and winds, generally
from northeast te northwest.
CONGRESS.
Proceedings In the Senate.
Washington, Dec. 20. In the Senate,
after much discussion, en motion of Mr.
Cameren (Pa.), the vote by which the
Senate disagreed te the adjournment res
olution was reconsidered, yeas 31, nays 29.
Mr. Edmunds moved te amend se as te
adjourn from December 23d te January
3d. Further discussion ensued.
Mr. Edmunds's amendment was lest and
the resolution was then passed ; yeas, 28 ;
nays, 34.
?euaic out refunding the per cent, im
prevement certificates of the District et
Columbia into fifty-year three sixty-five
per cent, bends was amended se as te make
the interest 3 per cent, and passed The
amount is about $S91,000.
iu tlie Ileuse.
A bill was introduced by Mr. Dunn,
(Ai Kansas), and referred, previdingthat
lands in Indian territory te which the In
dian title has been extinguished and which
arc unoccupied by Indians, are public
lands of the United States, and are here
by declared subject te settlement under
the homestead and pre-emption laws.
After a call of states the Heuse took up
and passed the consular and diplomatic ap
propriatien bill.
The committee en elections submitted a
report en the Massachusetts contested
election case, declaring Loring entitled te
the seat. Lam ever Ter future action.
Mr. Fernande Weed cave notice that
he would call up the funding bill te-morrow
and press it te a vote before the rC
CCSS. CAPITAL JOTTINGS.
Cunkliiig ami Lamar In their Seals.
Washington, Dec. 20. Senators Conk Cenk
liii and Lamar appeared in the Senate
te-day and occupied their scats for the liivst
time this session. Senater Lamar says he
is entirely restored te his usual health.
Tlte Appropriation Bills.
The Heuse committee en commerce
were engaged te-day upon the river and
harbor bill, and the sub-committee of the
appropriations committee upon the army
appropriation bill. This bill will be re
ported te tlie full committee te-morrow,
and will probably be at once reported tt)
the Heuse after the reading of the journal.
The amount recommended is .somewhat
larger than last vcar and aggregates about
$0-0,000,000.
Tlie Congressional Library.
The joint .select committee en the sub
ject of providing additional accommoda
tions for the congressional library, decided
te-di'vby a vote of 5 against 1 te recom
mend Judiciary square as the situ for the
piope.sod new building.
Iliiycs Starts fur New VerK.
Mr. II. B. Hayes left Washington this
morning for New Yerk te attend the New
England dinner. He was accompanied by
Secretary Kvarts, General Sherman, Pri
vate Secretary ltegcrsaml ethers.
(iONK AVICONO.
A Kentucky Postmaster who HeDbetl the
Mall.
Cincinnati, Dee. 20. A special dis
patch from Padttcah, Ky., says there is
evidence that the party who did the
recent robbing ref the pest etlicc
at Princeton, Caldwell county, Ky., was
William (. Bradley, the postmaster of
that office, and that he has confessed te
government ellicers, who have arrested
him. The special dispatch says his. ac
counts arc $1,200 short, inclusive of $SS8,
the amount reported stolen. Bradley is a
young man, well connected .and just mar
ried, and has enjoyed an unspotted repu
tatien.
THE TELEPHONE.
Judgment Agnliisl Its Use lu England.
Londen, Dec. 20. The courts have dc
ded that the use of the telephone is an
infringement of the government monopoly
of the telegraphing of the country, and
judgment was accordingly rendered for
the crown with costs. Judgment was
stayed, however, pending an appeal, and
it was arranged that meanwhile the tele
phone company be allowed te continue
operations.
SOltER SECOND THOUGHT.
A Defeated Republican Candidate Who will
net Contest.
WibMtNOTON, Dec. 20. Judge Housten
has notified Hen. E. L. Martin through
his counsel that lie will withdraw his con
test of the election of the latter as con
gressman from this state.
MAJtKETS.
f ntntilelplila Murltei.
PHiLADBtrniA. December 20. -r Fleur dull and
lewer: siiiierttne at $:5(H):5 7.; extra at
::7."g4 50; Ohie and Indiana family ieui-fi)
; 2": Penn'a family ifi 1255 M : St. Leuis
family i.17.'y;2."i; Minnesota extra $.7 7h:25:
de straight SKtilfttlliu: Winter patent $; 5ii.
7 l : Spring tin JK 75S 00. '
Kve Heur dull at $." 25.
Wheat lower and unsettled : Ne. 2 Western
Red $1 Uglily ;Pcnn'a. Red at $1 IS! ;
Amber at l t3l UK-
Cern dull lower; steamer, Mg.'dc ; yellow at
f.lK'ii'.V.e : mixed. TdKc.
Oats higher; Ne. 1 Vliltc at t'.lc ; Ne. 2 de
aUSc: .Ne. 3 de at Wm; Ne. 2 Mixed tit
-I.-.J.JC.
Rye dull; Wt stern tfic : IVnn'a !Oe.
Previsions market and prices dull ; miss
perk. old. $i::.1i) ; new, $i.r en ; beet hams
at $1S (Mfi6 .VI ; Indian m.'ssbeef $17 50 ; Racen
nneked shoulders ii'tgr4c : salt de Me ;
smeKctl nains y;s'(iuc; picKite nam" iei'
!)c : dressed 1;
Cftc.
Jjjjl.anl quiet
city kettle at !)c:
loose
iitiicncrv .xc
prime steam i'J et).
flutter faucv linn ; Creamery uxiruT3?c:de
gnetl te choice etitic; Bradford county anil
New erk extra '.ti'Vic; Western reserve extra
2lrc; de geed te choice 1882:1c; Rolls dull
aside freift choice grades ; Pcnn'a Fxtra 22
2lc ; Western Reserve extra 222I.
Eggs scarce and Irregular; Penn'a. S;:ac;
Wester!! 3l3i;c.
Cheese dull but' linn ; New Yerk lull
cream at 13'4C; Western lull cream I2r;
de tair te geed at ll12e ; tle halt skims
litf?li)Je ; Patie l())llc.
Petroleum dull ; rcllned at !)c.
Whisky active atl$l 1C.
Seeds Heed te prime clever steady at 75)
7)i ;Flax.reei dull at$l )1 33.
Mew Yerk Market.
New Yekk, Dec. 20. Fleur market heavy
and prices strongly In buyers' favor :
Superfine Shite at J3 403 00; extra
defllMfgltiO; choice, tle 4("i. Oa: fancy
i le $." 0.; .V); round hoop Ohie tt.-W3 M: choice
de at $5;"i; H.; supcrllne western t405 90;
common te geed extnt tin $l)g5IX); choice
de $.1 0.J(! 73 ; clieicti white wheat tle 13 10
Sin 0!); Southern dull and declining; com
mon te fair extra $1 tr$33S; geed te Choice de
13 -legi; an.
Wheat heavy and llc lower ; active
speculative business; Ne. 2 Red, .Ian. $1 Wjrt
M IS ; tle Feb.. $1 l'.ll 3
Cern dull and J?jc lower ; Mixed west
ern spot, at 53ft.Wc; de future 573Sc.
Oats dull and a shade easier ; Statu 4:!)217c;
Western 42iffi47c.
Stock mar set.
N aw Yerk Stocks.
Slecks strong.
Decembers).
a. m. a. m. r. x. v. x. F. M.
10.40 11:33 12:43 2:113 3:1.0
'iiii i 9'4 iii
il.. indly ,nu.-. 1.K.I lout.
Meney
Eric R. IL.
Michigan S. & L. S.,
i. e....ii jdm ia fyn J7a
Michigan Cent. R. R..121J 120iK VIM VIVA VTxV.
Chicago & N. W 124 12 1Z 1 123
Chicago, M, St. P...li:nS 113 112$ 112
Han. St.. I. Cem 4A, ?X 'K
" t"ltl.... '.r.ija !r. iw;a wa ae
Teledo Wabash.
. -UJ4
41
38U
314
45
4.'
41
onto Mississippi.... Kva
38VJ
SPA
31K
20K
St. Leuis. I. 31. AS. u.
M
Ontario and Western. 81 Ji
.. I I! it. It 1.-X,
21
Ncw Jersey Central.. Sl-Jj Sl'X
iii.l. A. Hudsen Canal. 92 9114
91h
j
Del., uiefc. Wcsternlin 10 lnv4' U)4 ltfiji
Western Union Tel... ?.) 8M,s WA 'Vi 1i
Pacific Mall S. S. Ce.. 53,'i 53K 53 & SIX
American U. Tel. Ce. .... ..?. ..?. ..." ..."
union Pacific 107107 17
Kansas Jt Texas 4 43J 45
ew Yerk Central .7 .... &i
liwj;; ievg
J 48
"" AAUItSS I Mi
UllnnU Cuntml
12l:T
Cleveland A .Pitts..
Chicago X Keck 1...
Pittsburgh 4 Ft. W.
Philadelphia.
Stocks strong.
Pennsylvania R. H
Phil'a. Reading...,
.... 1J5H
.... 125?
.... IS
?:;; (yu
UlgU VUliU...
!5
Lehigh Navigation... :57j2 37)2 S7
Northern racitic Coin :Cjr ...: ns)
57l
57f
37?s
t'.l
1-d .
M'i (UJX CI1!
i95 iiHi i.y
B4'i IUI'
x-iiis., musvea .... IIF I H1
Northern Central 43?
m.. m.. . - .. -:- --'
4-'i
.... nw i.w Ik. I..... mn-. ia. .1
Northern Penn'a ffi ;;
"n. R.R'3 of X J ISO 1A
UestonvIUe Pass ,
Central Trans. Ce.
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EXTEJtT.lIXJIEXTS.
TjWLTON OPKlfA UOUSE.
GRAND FASHIOXAISLE EVENT.
MONDAY ETEXIXU, DEC. 20,
Appearance et" the Popular Tragedian
THOS. W. KEENE.
Supported by the chariuinir tragic actress
MISS HENRIETTA VAOERS. ERAZER
COULTER. OCTAVIA ALLEN, FRANK
ROCHE and a specially selected einpanv
undcr the management of 1V5I. R. 1IAYOEN"
en which ec casleu will he presented Shak
speare's urund historical tragedy iu six actse
RICHARD III:
Or, the Battle of Bo3werth Field.
C.lester (afterwards Richard HILT.W.K EENE.
popular prices ::.-., .-.O :ml ?r ct.
RESERVED SEATS 91.
Sale of seats commences WYdiieduv. Dee.
5, at the Opera Heuse illlce. til l-sltd
NNUAL VISIT OPERA HOUSE.
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 21.
MR. JOHN D. M1SHLER has t lie honor te
present theOreat Comedians,
KOBSOX AND CRANK.
In their Unprecedented Success,
SHARPS AND FLATS.
A SPECULATIVE SATIRE IN FOUR ACTS.
Cutler Sharp, of the San Fraiichc.t Sltiutc Ex
change. STUART liOKSON.
Dnllstene Flat, n.v-nai-Miu, Hie pre-pi-elixe
owneret millions, v.aiitingto.beabuller bear,
and ever ready ler a nut or a call, WM. il.
CRANE.
Supported by their COM I.DV COM PAN Y.
Prices, SO and ".'i iviit-'. Reserved t-e.i!, at
Yccker's, SI. dir-.M.l
1
j'ULTtIN OPERA IIOUSK.
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 22.
.1. II. HAVKRLY'S LATEST SUCCESS,
Haverly's Widow Bi.ulett
COMEDY COMPANY,
Dramatized by PETROLEUM V. NAM'.Y (D.
R. Lecke), anil presi'iitiiig.Amcrit'a's Popular
Comedian,
Mr. Chas. B. Bishop.
1 The most select ami the funniest Ceineilv
ever Introduced. Don't forget the COMEDY
DATE DECEMISERSS.
POPULAR PRICES:
ADMISSION 33, fil & 7.". Cts.
RESERVED SEATS, 75Cts.
Fer sale at Opera Heuse Otllee. illT-Md
run sali: en izi:st.
T
lOHACCO WAREHOUSES EOIC KENT.
pet, ilM feet, from January 1, Ml. Apply te
.. Vi . KI'SKK,
22 Eal Klliji Street.
Alse, for sale houses and lets en easy terms.
dlS-2vdced
V
MMIACCO WAREHOUSE FOR KENT
That liortien of the premises lately be-
leniHntr te the estate et Henry Fntnkt. deceas
ed, situated between Chestnut and Walnut
streets, Lancaster, and occupied during the
last year as a Tobacco Warehouse by Teller
l.re.'s. will be for rent for out! year from Jan
uary 21, tssl. The Warehouse is cenvenicnly
located, and the packing room is one of the
best in the city. Apply at baukiii'c house of
UAIR.tSHENK.
dlstfd Centre Sitmri.
IfAUIABIi
E CITY PROPERTY AT P It-
L1C SALE.
Oil FRIDAY. DECEMP.Ei:
21, 1S3.I, will be sold en the premises, southeast
angle centre btpiare, me louewing valuable
real estate, viz:
Ne. 1. A Let of ( Ireunil, southeast corner et
Centre Square, with a Irontacen said square
of i) feet, including 3J.-lect wide alley en west
sitle, with a lurtlier extension of said lint: east
ward :13 feel, mere or less, te property oCAbra eCAbra
ham Hindi, then south, It leet, mere or less, te
a:j-fcct wide alley, ruiiiiiiigcastaud west, then
eastward along saitl alley 22!? feet, mere or less.
te property of Isaac Stirk. then south 21 It-et :;
inches, including said alley, mere or less, te
property el Ncal Lagan's estate, then west CIC
leet, mere or less, te property et Hi! in:- ,v
Hestettcr, then north " feet 3 inches includ
ing the :M"eet wide alley, mere or le.-. In
Centre Sipi re. en which is creeled :t t we story
RRICK RUILDING, iermcrly occupied by Dr.
Mishlcr for the man ufiicliircef Hitters ami Geld
and Sedium: also, niiethcrpart two and part
three-story llrlck lliiililing, adjoining Slirk's
property en Hit: east. Ritiier A Hestettcr en
the west, and Neal Lagan's estate en tin-south,
new used as a Dwelling and Reer Saleen :gixil
Cellar anil Sawvnigi, as well as Gas and ater
throughout the entire buildings.
Ne. 2. A Let id Ground, situate en Hit; net Hi
side of Middle street, 20 feet, in front, and in
depth 110J.J feet, mere or less, te a common
alley, known as Heward street, en which has
been lately creeled a t luce-stery Itrick Dwell
ing Heuse.
sale te commence at 7 o'clock p. in. of said
day, when terms of sale will be mad known
by ELIZA P.ETH M1SHLER,
ilBMivSllt'UEirr, And. iI17.7ld
MlSVELLAXJiOUS.
riUKK NOTICK THAT ALL TiiK OIJT-
JL standing am! unpaid city tax for the year
I.vjO, new in Hie hands et the colleciers of flu;
several wards must be paid en or before
WEDNESDAY. THE2UTH DAVOK DECEM
RER. A. I).. ISM), as immcdiaiWy alter that
date the same will be placed in tin: hands of
the cllysoHclter ler collection. tieel-tld
H
O! FOR THE OLD CORNER CKOCDRV.
Just received a let of
FRESH BAKING BUTTER.
FRKSII KAKINO MOLASSES trem l.'MMip.
Spices, ItaUlii", Mixtures, Canned ;ed-t am!
everything kept in a llrst-clavs Hint-cry. Hive
ns a call. Ne trouble te show goods at the
corner of Orange and Priueeslrc-ls.
dls:.M .1. HOOVER.
City erwiisprt, Fa.,
DEFAULTED BONDS AND COUPONS
Wanted by
RANDAL, H, FOOTE,
JlAXKIllt AXU MUHCElt,
dcctl-Clil 70 Broadway, New Yerk City.
HOLIDAY GOODS!
Widmyer & Ricksecker's.
PATENT ROCKERS,
In Spun Silk, Terry, Cane Rack and :at.
EllOXY CA llIXHTH.
CHILDREN'S ROCKERS,
In Cane, Weed and Perforated.
Felding Chairs, Kataii lieckiis.
PARLOR SUITES,
FOOT-RF.STS, SHOE-BOXES
U LASSES.
and LOOK INC
CHAMBER SUITES.
OFFICE,
LIBRARY ami
. CHAIRS.
DININO-ROO.1I
S. E. COR. EAST KINS AND DUKE STSL,
LANCASTER, PA.
dccl0-3md
WAXTEU.
"fkAliM.
RAGS, RAOS.
XL Wanted. 24c per pound paid for mi.fd
ragi as seen at delivered
W. IIENNECKE
2:13 We-t King Street.
I..tnc.;-.tcr Pa.
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