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LANCASTEK DAILY INTELLIGENCER FRIDAY DECEMBER 17. 1880.
23: COLUMBIA NEWS. i!K nrceuLAit cokiii:siemj:si;k The public sclief)ls will close te-day te remain closed until Monday January :Jd . William Grculich is a baker and lias a horse and wagon which he uses in the de livery of his bread, cakes, etc. Teste nlay afternoon the lierie ran away en ryhtli street and William was spilled out ever the tail beard. The bea.-jt was captmed and the driver picked up. Neither was injured. Captain 1). 15. Case dispatched the pay rolls of cemnauv II te Cel. Rupert a day or two since. 'I'in.t- '.it'i nlwitif l'. months . ..,j .. ,..v . late. I'ref. McGii'rc.s dancing arineiy last niht. B. F. Maun and his hi id el tss is e have el in the KMellO 1 Columbia. Clesintr exercises will he held tlii.-. nffcr nffcr nffcr noeu in the giuniinar nclioei room of ti c public school building at Fifth and Lecui-t streets. They will consist of readings, recitations, etc. Alfred C. 1'iuuer left hem te-day en a isit te l'hi!adelj)hia. Venturesome boys are skating en the liver te-day. It is thought the ice beats will be taken out te me: row. They a:e being rigged up te-day. Te-morrow will be the day for the meet ing of the teachers' institute. The employees f the Shawnee rolling mill will lie paid te-morrow for two weeks' work. Company II, 11th Itegt., X. J. 1. of this place, has, through the courtesy of Cel Moere, commandant of the Washing ton Light Infantry, secured ipiaiters at Washington, I). C for its stay there while pailicipating in the inaugural cere monies. The hcauquartcrs of the com pany will neon N-ventu street near resin sylvania avenue. A large room te con tain from fifty te one hundred mattresses. with pillows, etc., is at the disposal of the company and is te be paid for at the rate of one dollar per man per day. The company has net yet decided what music it will lake. Tlie Cuming C'lirlstinastidi!. The celebration of Christmas by the dif ferent churches and Sunday schools throughout town is just new a matter of the gieatest imicnt te church people gen erally and mere particularly te the pupils )f the schools who are en the pregrammes te take leading parts in the entertainment te be given by their schools. All of the Sunday schools in the boieugh will give, entertainments or celebrate the day in seaie way. At the K. K. Lutheran church an entertainment will be given by the school connected therewith en Chrietinas night and the sehelais el the school aic new making the gieatest preparations for (he event. They meet Unco times a week en Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday even ings for lchcarsal and en the ether even ings study their parts mere thoroughly for such rehearsal. It is undcrv.oe id the pregramme is a pleasing one, and a fee of ten cents will be required from adults te enter the church ou the uv:iiiu; in que tien. On December :!, ami January I, I'ref. llurmvcll will lecture for the benefit of the church, his subject for the -first night being " Hely Land,'' and en the .second, "One eght in Londen.' Scenic views of celebrated places in the lleiy Land will be called te the aid of the lec turer as he discourses and they will be pleasinjr t his audience. The United Brethren Sunday-school will give a musical entertainment en Christ mas night, for which the school children arc new in traiffing. Fer a tune the Methodist Episcopal Sunday-school people were in a quandary as te what sort of an entertainment te give ; but they have de cided upon a pregramme, which, we are informed, is entirely different from any ' given by them heretofore. It consists principally of lcspeusive readings by the .school superintendent and the scholars ; of speaking by the latter and of singing Christmas carols. The superintendent and ether officers of the school will prob ably make addresses. The Picsbytciian Sunday-school will held its exercises en Christmas afternoon in the church. They will consist of re ligious songs and readings. We have net heard of the pregramme decided upon by the ether Sunday-schools, but they will appear in geed time. NORTH KKS KNI N'lilYS. Frem the I.itit. " Kecerd " and Maniifiiii "Soutlnel" Ileal Kt.tte Sales. II. C. Gibble, auctioneer and real estate agent, sold for Susanna Keemer the Cen tennial hotel properly in Manheim, te A. H. Keist, of Lancaster, for i:;,0i). Mr. Heist afterwards sold it te Henrv Zul man, or lirickcrville. for ;5,20O. Alse, for S. N. IJrubaker, a two-story brick dwelling house and let, corner of Seuth Charlette and .Stiegel streets, Man heim, te Jacob Farmer, of 1'aphe town ship, for :), 100. J. B. Keist and M. 12. Peifcr sold -te I). W. Erb a two-story brick house and pai t. of let en northwest corner of Seuth Prus sian and Ferdinand streets. Manheim, for tf,000 ; also part of lel adieiuingthe above te Dr. J. F. Dunlap for 6l",000. Jehn L. Sharp sold half a let of ground fronting en west, side of Seuth Charlette street, in the same town, te Mr. Levi Shcllciiberger, of Mount Jey, for $1,000. Geerge 1). Miller, sr., sold his one story dwelling and pari of lel of ground en Seuth Prussian street, Manheim, te J. M. II aim, for $750. Jehn KchI, efLititz, has purchased from Jehn Kellinger, his brickyard and 4 acres of ground, situated along the Lititz and Lancaster turnpike, for -H00 per acre. The executers of the late J. U. Tshndy. of Lititz, sold the following building lets : One let ou West -Main strccl 101 feet front and 150 deep te Emanuel Kaultman, Sam'l Grube and Samuel Scabcr, for $950. One let en Spruce street 51 feet front, and 185 feet deep te Emanuel KauiTmnn, for $150. One let en Spruce street. 121 feet front and 200 feet deep te Christian Putt, for $280. D. E. Slump has erected the first tele phone in Manheim. Thieves broke into tiie house of Jacob G. Keller, in Point township, en Tuesday flight, and stele four coats, a knit jacket, some stockings, a hat aud three pairs of beets. Three tramps were arrested upon suspicion en Wednesday, but there was no evidence te implicate them and they were discharged. Dairy Association. The milk venders have formed an associ ation for the purpose of protecting them-' selves against dishonest consumers, and their custemeis against dishonest dealers. They have assumed the name of the Lan caster County Milk Dairy Association ' ' and elected the following nemed officers : President C. II. Lintucr. Vice President Jacob Web, jr. Secretary J. D. Kehr. Treasurer I. I. llyan. Directors Daniel Fcgley, Abraham E. Mcllinger, Geerge Bees. The association will meet every Thurs day evening in the room in the second story of Fulton opera house. Sudden Ocatli. Catherine Abele, aged 61 years, -wife of Gottlieb Abele, residing ou West Mifflin street, etic deer from Water street, died rather suddenly at 11 o'clock this forenoon. She was taken ill en Sunday and had been in bed. Yesterday she arose and was out of bed for a short time. This merniug she was taken worse and shortly before 11 o'clock her husband called in Mrs. Hailstock a neigh bor, who reached the house just as the old lady breathed her last. Dr. Foreman was also sent for, bub was tee late. Heart disease is supposed te have been the cause of her death. Corener Misbler held au iu mcst this afternoon, The Tobacco Failures. The failure of the firms of Friedman & Ce.. of St. Leuis, and Seidcnberg & Ce., of New Yerk and Key West, and some ethers lately repe;ted, have had a very depressing effect en the tobacco interest in this city. The total of Seidenberg's liabilities, thus far reported, are said te feet up 750,000. The fact that Friedman & Ce's books and papers could net be found by the sheriff when the safe was broken open, is net calulatcd te inspire creditors with much confi dence in the integrity of that firm. The report in yesterday's pa per lhat Teller Bres lese 30,000 by the Seidenberg failure is incorrect the firm losing nothing, wc are informed. Lachenbruch fc Bre., however, arc said te be creditors in the sum of 833, 000. and J. Mayer's Sens te the amount of 107 cases. The New Yerk creditors appear te think that the Seidenbergs will be. able te pay dollar for dollar when they get their accounts into shape. The course of the firm was regarded in the trade as an indication of their entire hon esty and desire te treat their creditors most of whom arc Havana firms with fairness and frankness. Nothing is doing among our local deals'is, some of whom are apprehensive that ether huge houses may be obliged te succumb. It is conceded alike by dealers and growers that the late failures will seriously interfere with the sale of the ci op of 1SS0. .Stelen Horses Recovered. Yesterday afternoon Hirain Peeples, of 'ew Providence, whose two horses were .stolen from his stables en the night of the 10th in:-t., received information that horses answering the description of his had been leumi en tlic toad in L Hester coun ty, near the Delaware line, and taken up by a Quaker gentleman. Mr. Peeples at once went after the horses and found them at the place stated. The gentleman who had them and whose name is net gh en states he found them ou the read near his place, without riders. One of the horses was saddled aud the ether was tied te it with a bridle. It is believed the thieves were making their way te Wilmington, and becoming alarmed from some cause, abandoned the horses, which were afterwards found and. adver tised in the Chester county papers, and ;!:; advertisement being seen by a friend if Mr. Peeples, he was duly noti fied. Ou one of the stolen horses was a iridic belonging te Benjamin Hess, who lives a iniic south of Mr. Peeples s place. It is believed the thieves intended te steal I less's horses, but found the stable se rmclv 'eked. Washington Iforetigli Items. The Star cornet band serenaded Mr. L-iiii.'l Swair and bride, who were mar ried at the residence of the hitter's father, f.evi llavcrstick. of Maner.a short distance fr.cn town, en Wednesday evening. The visitors were handsomely entertained, pro vided with a collation, and a pleasant time was had all around. Xe sale1 of tobacco have yet been made hcie. but parties have been looking up the weed or rather prospecting the crop. Shipping is about finished, and the growers are ready for market. .!. W. Kuc sold a small dwelliug house, and let. of ground at private sale te David Shellenhergt'r, of Maner township, for $530. !.'!it istmas ireens. This aft ei neon, for the first time this season, there is a goodly display of Christ inas evergreens in Ceutre square, includ ing spruce, cedar, juniper aud ether vari eties. Henceforth until Christmas we may expect te see the square pretty well block aded with them, and te sec huudreds and thousand of them carried oil' te' all quar ters of Ilia city te add te the decoration of hippy 'In istmas homes. Holiday Kxcursieii Tickctn The Pennsylvania and Philadelphia fc lieadi ui;' lailreads will sell tickets during the holidays at. reduced rales. Tickets can be purchased en December 24, 25 and :H, and January 1, and they will be geed until January . Amusements. " M'iilmr V.Vi'e.'." On Wednesday evening theMitvu-sXul cemedv of this 11:0110 will be piv-ciitcil at Use opens house by Haver l fiinedy company. Tim play is pro pre pro iieii'.c ! l tc a most amusing one, being from Hie pen id the celebrated humorist, D. R. Lecke, best Utiewu by his nom tic plume of " Petroleum V. Nasby." and the lltle role is render,-!) by tlie rising am! popular comedian Cliarle- IS. I-ishep. The Annual .Heeling of the Linn:iaii Society 1 Will lie held at, the usual hour and place, en siturdav, the IStli insi, insleail ei'thc 2"th. IIiiu In Save iloney. ! !n ili-ca?'s of the Kidneys, Ulaiblers, Uri I nary Organ-', and Lame Hack, avoid all inter j ual meilicines. ami jilastcrs, which at best give but temporary relief, and use Day's Kidney Pad, which will save you annually many times ilsei:-t in doctors' bill, plasters and nicll I -in"-. dl.'MwdMW&K&w Tiie i'svjIIiI'b hope ami strength beyond nil oilier rcm'".Iics i- Malt Hitters. Wi.'-e. liis iceclvca rosy flush, And t.'ctli bi'i-etneaihixzling white 'iieatli the I'lfertr. of the brush, ffln'ii SOZODONT is ii.-ed aright: The mouth become.-? swccf.pnrcaiul warm. An. I the fresh breath an odorous charm. dKMwdeedAcw KirM che". barbers use the Cuticura Medici nal !haviug Seaj) exclusively. Sl'EVIAl. NOTICES. SAJU'LK .NOTICE. It is impossible for a woman after a falthlul ceiii'M' of treatment with Lyilia E. Piiiklmm's Ve.-ii-table (ompeaml te continue te suffer v.'iih a weakness el the uterus Enclose a stump ! Mi's. Lydia E. Pinkham, 23S Western avenue, Lynn, Mass., for pamphlets. jyaMydoeitftw Te AcciimiiiiHliitD the Public. The proprietors of that immensely popular rentc.ly, Kidney-Wert in recognition of the claims el the public which has se liberally pa tronized them, have prepared a liquid prepa ration 01 1 hat remedy for the special accommo dation of thec x,e lrem any reason dislike te prepare it for themselves. It is very con cen cent rated and, as the dose is small, it is mere easily taken by many. It has the same effect ual action in all diseases of the kidneys, liver or bowels. Heme and liri. dl3-lwd&w It is rumored that the sale of Pr. Hull's Cough Syrup has taken such dimensions that the proprietors arc unable te supply all orders. We advise our druggists te prepare themselves for all emergencies as the people rely en them for this valuable remedy. It is Werth i Trial. "I wa troubled ler many years with Kid ney Complaint. Gravel. Ac; my bleed became thin ; I was dull and inactive ; could hardly crawl about, anil was an old worn-out man alf ever, and could get nothing te help me, until 1 net Hep Hitters, and new lam a boy again. My bleed and kidneys arc all right, and I am as active as a man et SO. although I am 72, and 1 have no doubt it will de as well ter ethers et mymie. 'it is worth the trial. (Father.) dl.V2wd&w 3Ie:her: -Mothers:: Mothers:! I Arc; en disturbed at. night and broken el j.-.ii rest by a s'ck child suffering and crying v-'it'.i tli!'ecriu'iatlng pain et cutting teeth? If m. go al once and gela bottle erMRS. WINS LOW'4 seething SYIUTP. It will relieve the peer little tmtl'crer immediately depend upon it : there ia no mistake about it. There is neta mother en earth who has everu-sed it, who will net tell you at unci; that it will regulate the bewei-. and give rest te the mother, and reliel ir.id-h'.ulthKitliv child, operating like magic. Itis perfectly -ufe te use in all cases, ami pleas ant ' the taste, ami is the prescription et one et t!ie eldest and best female physicians and lMir-es: In the Unit"d states. Sold everywhere .'5 j.tu a battle. ril7-lyd&T7MlWftS The Londen Lancet. The "Londen Lancet" says: "Many a life has been suvcel by the moral courage of the ufTerer"' andinauva lift. has been saved by taking Spring Blessem in case of Bilious, Fever, Indigestion or Liver complaints. Priees: 50 cents, trial bottles 10 cents, for sale by II. B. Cochran, druggist, 137 and 13!, North Queen street, Lancaster. Pa. HARRIAOES. Laxdis Le?ver. On the 16tU of December, 1SS0, at the residence or Mr. Daniel Lefever, the bride's father, by the Bev. W. T. Gerhard, Ezra A. Landi, el East Lampeter, te Mis Annie S. Lefever, of West Lampeter. KitAiLEr Ur.err. On Thursday. Dec. J, ISsO. at Oracc Lutheran parsonage, by Kev. C. Klvin Heunt, Mr. Harry L. Frailey. te Mis Emuia E. Greff, all of Lancaster, Pa. DEATHS. Jsnxixs. At Camden. X. .1., en Wednesday, the 15th inst., Margie Glever .Jcnkin. aged is month, youngest daughter el Wilsen II. and Margie Jenkins. NEW AD VERTISEMEN3S. w AGS. Orders for White and Colored Bugs, Gum Shoes, Metal. Ac., by postal will receive prompt attention either lrem tamilies or mg dealers. Highest market prices paid. Address, JACOB P. SIIIKK, IlG-3lilB .'J1C Concord Alley, Lancaster. 1 UIKLTc "sAl.K OF CANAUA HOIUKS. On MONDAY. DECEMBER 20. 1880, will be sold at public sale, at .1. I). Denlinger'sMcr rimac Heuse, 113 North Prince street, Laucau ter city. Pa., the following Live Stock, viz : IK Head of Heavy Draft and Driving MOUSES from 4 te C yearn old. Must all be as represent ed by the underigiied or no s;i!e. Aeiedit of si.vlv flays will be given. Sale te commence at 1 o'clock p. in., en said day. when attendance will be given bv G EOKG E ; ROSSM AN. Sa.m'i. Hers & Sex. A nets. H7-2ld A Full Line or A Full Line of A Full Line of All G ratio.-, et All Grades Ot All Grades of WATCHES, CLOCK. CLOCKS WAlCllfc.."- CHAINS, LOCK KTS. CHAINS, LOCKETS, SPECTACLES SPECTACLES, GlIAKDS, GUARDS. THLUMOMETEKS. &e. THEKMOM ETEKS, jfce.. at Lew Price-". Wholesale am! Itetall. IST-Klii Watch Repairing E. F. ItOW MAV. K. F. litltt MAN. iVt Last iiina St. let! East King St. Vil.UAIH.!-: C1TV 1'ltOI'r.KT-f at Pin:- V LIC SALE. On FRIDAY. DKCKMISKI SI, 1881, will In- sold en the premises. .seuthcal angle Cenlic Sijuar-, the following valuable real cstalc. viz: Ne. 1. A LotefGrnuud, southeast corner id Centre Square, with a irnutagi: en taid square et'O feet, including 3-lccl wide alley en west side, with a liirthcr extension el'.-aiil line east ward Xi feet, mere or less. u property of Abra ham Hirsh. then south, 41 feel, mere or le.v. te affect wide alley, runningeastand west, then eastward along said alley "JJJ-j feet, mere or Ic.-s, te property of Isaac Mirk, then south 21 feet 3 inches, including said aliev, mere or less, te property of Ncal Lagan's estate, thou westi;ij. lect, mere or les, te properly id Hit tier ,V Hostetter. then north !5 feet 3 inches, includ ing the 3-fcet wide alley, mere or less, te Centre Sfu -re. en u liicli is erected at wo-sterv IIRICK P.IJILDING, formerly occupied by Dr. Misbler for the man ufuetui'i' of Hitters amlGelil and sedium: also, another part twii ami part three-story Uriel; ISuildiiu;, adjoining Stlrlc's preperlv ou the easl. Uitncr ,v llostettcreu tlie west, anil Ncal Lagan's eslateen theseuth. new used as a Dwelling anil Reel' Saleen : geed Cellar and Sewerage, as well as Gas anil Water throughout the entire buildings. Vn. .V A l.nt. nt f it-emul .iii:itr eti tlii'liertli siilc of Middle street, ai lectin Irent, anil in depth '10J feel, mere or less, te a common alley, known as Heward street, en which has been lately erected a tlnce-sleiy Ilrick Dwell ing Heuse. Sale te cemnicute at 7 o'clock p. in. of said day, when terms of sale will be made known by KL1.AKLTH MlHLKR, Administratrix. Hnsnv snciiKiii. Auc!. iil7.7ld H OMHAV GOODS. CHINA HALL. Wc are Opening Daily New HOLIDAY GOODS HAV1LANJ) CHINA, MAJOLICA WARE, FANCY GOODS. GL.U-SWARE, DECORATED CHAUltKIt SETS. All et the and al the Eine.-l Ouallt; '"id Decorations LOWEST PRICES. 3GIVK 1 A CALL. HIGH & MARTIN, 15 EAST KING STREET. rpilK SKff ANl CHEAP STOtM-;. Mm, m k iiiiH, All lately with Faltuc-teLlc. WILL OPEN THEIR NEW AND CHEAP DRY GOODS STORE, US West King Street. Opposite Cooper Heuse, Lancaster, Pa.. On Monday, Dec. 20, 1880, With an entire NEW STOCK bought late in the season, and te he se'il CHEAP FOR r Alii J. 11 LACK SILKS. Special Hargains at 1. $1.25 and $1.50. KLACK CASHMERES at Reduced Prices. Ladies' Goats and Delmans. J usl bought and te be told much icss than former prices. Shawls for Ladies and Misses. SPECIAL LINK OF PAIgLEY SHAWLS TO RE SOLD CHEAP. BIiAIS'KETS AM COMFORTABLES, In all Grades and 'Jualitics. Wc call attention te a let of Colored III1111 kcts, and Comfertables, both slightly damag ed, and much under regular price. CALICOES, MUSLINS, HOUSE-FURNISHING GOODS, &c. At the New Cheap Stere, 38 WEST KING STREET, Opposite Cooper llen-c, LANCASTER. PA. P. A. METZGER, BENJ. F. BARD, C.F. II AUG UMAX. decl5-tlclSwR MEW ADVERTISEMENTS THE HOLIDAYS AT JOHN WANAMAKER'S, CHESTNUT, THIRTEENTH AND MABKET STKEETS, AND CITY HALL SQUARE, PHILADELPHIA. '"HE HOLIDAYS. X There is nowhere in Philadelphia se varieda collection et rich goods as here such as fath ers, mothers, brothers, sisters levers, leek for a little later. There is an end even or Gifts. Our collection is large enough and rich enough, one would suppose, even for a less frugal city than Philadelphia. There goods are arc new at the height et tlieirglery. Thecholcestefthem are here; ethers will come of course ; but the choicest are treinir. What is equally te the purpose, buyers ar new about as many as can be comfortably served, and the throng will be denser cvery fnlr day till Christmas. JOHX waxamaker. 'TOILET FURNISHING. JL Sachets, tidies, lampshades, pin-cushions. boxes, in -atin and plush, embroidered and painted. JOHN WANAMAKER. First circle, southwest from the ceutre. I ACES, j Duchesse vest with Point medallions, $50 ; the same mav be seen elsewhere at $70. JOHN WANAMAKEK. Nine counters, southwest from the centre. ( 1LOCKS. J $1.35 te $131.i W. all guaranteed. JOHN WANAMAKEK. City-hall square entrance. rpeYr-. New room, new toys. IUH. WANAMAKEK. I Outer circle, uc.-t of the Chestnut street en I trance. IIOOKS. " A catalogue et books may be had at the book counter. We want every reader te have it. The lit of children's holiday books is es pecial! v complete, JOHN WANAMAKEK. Second counter, northeast from the centre. J A DIES' ULi j There are 1 STKRS. two general stvlesuie closed at tiieiiacK.ine outer epen: ineiaiier u Known asceaclmtan'sstyli'. In detail et trimming there is great variety though there is also marked tumplicitv. Great variety in cloths tee. $6.50 te rii. Cloaks, foreign and home-made. Our collec tion i-. unprecedented, whether you regnrtt va riety, quantify or value. A lady who buys a clea'k of any sort in Philadelphia without looking these ever misses the best assortment, pel haps, in the whole country. $(,.50 te $250. JOHN WANAMAKEK. Southeast corner of the building. m ISSKS' COATS. iVL Mines' coats in morn than 70 cloths, counting. shapes and decoration beyond M.es ! 10 is years. UJstcrcl li's in 5 cloths, ulsters in 8 cloths and havclncks in cloths. Sizes (! te IS. JOHN WANAMAKEK. Southwest corner et the building. u TNDKKWEAK AND HOSIEK1. Wc have flic best noeds the world affords. anil tin-next ln'st. ami the next, anil seen. There is no place anvwhere, where you can J see se large a. collection et tlie uitiercnt grades et goods, all passing for what they are, and nothing for what it is net, cotton for cotton, iniM'd ler mixed, wool for wool, silk for silk. JOHN WANAMAKER. Outer clrcle. Chestnut street, entrance te Thirteenth street entrance. 1A AMI ROIDERIES. I2j New Embroideries nre already in. Our stock is new in the condition you expect te find it in at New Year's, ', e. the spring novel tics are here. JOHN WANAMAKER. Third circle, southwest from the centre. c; 1ARPETS. The choices! luxurious carpets: the most substantial carpels; the lowest prices: punc tual service. JOHN WANAMAKER. Market street fieiil, up stair.':. s ILIvS. Kvcuiinr silks iu the Arcade, cast Bide. The same and maiiv ether patterns are within. JOHN WANAMAKER. Net outer circle, s-euthcast from the centre Vjki spring's novelties in cinbrei- i!triii 5iti. iimt new 1-,'oeivi'll r tltnv llfiimllv ! come at New Year's. JOHN WANAMAKER. Next eulcr circle, southwest from the centre. 1 ACES. Luces change daily. Our sales are large. our variety always large, anil but. little of any nicsnrt. Compare prices. A quarter below he market i net uncommon. .lOHN WANAMAKKK. Nine counter-, southwest from the centre. WRAPS, &c. Sin h a stock id' foreign cloaks a Phila delphia has net before seen, $10 te $250; shawls near by : dresses up staim. JOHN WANAMAKER. Southeast corner et Hie building. 17URS. JP Furs of all sorts are going fast. They went fast last year and advanced In price as the sen sen sen advanced.- They arc going up again. We shall net hums prices till we have te buy. Ex- Iiect te find hens whatever you waul, from a itel trimming up. JOHN WANAMAKER. Thirteenth street. entrance. CtOATS AND ULSTERS FOR CHILDREN. Net se tfreat variety as for ladies; but much larger than anywhere else here. Coats. 2 te (".years: iu thirty different mate rials, drab, blue and brown cords with fleecy black ; cellar and cull et plush ; also in ten camel's hair cloth, trimmed with seal-cloth. Coats, I te IS vcars : in thirty cloths, trim med with plain stitching, plush, seal cloth, chinchilla fur and velvet, $2 te $10. Ulstcrcttes, 1; te 1(1 years ; in five cloths, with seal cloth cellar and cuffs. Ul!tcrs, 0 te 15 years; in eight cloths, trim med with plush stitching, heed and plush. Havelecks, I te Hi years : two styles, JOHN WANAMAKER. I JOYS' CLOTHING. J) Our trade is.just what it ought te be for the laciliticsiiud advantages we enjoy. JOHN WANAMAKER. Easlel central aisle, near Market street. C1 WIN A AND GIfASSWARE. Taekloeng preclaln, plates only, ler din ner or dessert, live patterns, fi tessupcr dozen. Havilaud dinner sets; Camillc pattern, $140; el-ewhcre. $200. Tressed, H0 ; elsewhere, $200. Tra-sed with Moresque border and decoration or grasses and butterflies, $225; elsewhere. i275. Tim latter Is in the Arcade, Chestnut st reel entrance, te-ilav. Table glassware, English, Strawberry-diamond cut : every article required for the table u-eful or ernamcnial. JOHN WANAMAKER. Nerlhwust corner et the building. i J LUSH HAND-BAGS. Anil a great variety of ether kinds. Alse pocket books, embroidered leather card cases, cigar cases, ami everything in leather geed. JOHN WANAMAKER. Third circle northwest from centre. Chestnut, Thirteenth and Market streets and City Hail square. JOHN WANAMAKER, - Chestnut, Thirteenth and Market Streets, And City Hall Square, Philadelphia. EDW J. Manufacturing Jeweler, Zahm's Cemer, Tilings iu our stock that make Beautiful and Durable Christmas Gifts. WATCHES, DIAMONDS, CLOCKS, SILVERWARE, SPECTACLES, JEWELRY, 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, BACCARET VASES. ALL THESE AND MANY MORE AT ZAHM'S CORNER, LANCASTER, PA. "UFTS. ur Te buy Holiday Bills early is geed ad vice: The best trade is early; and the best trade carries eir the best things. JOHN WANAMAKEK. ALFRED WRIGHTS PEItFUM KS. HIS Mary Stuart is prebablv the most lasting of all the agreeable perfumes: none of the foreign ones approach it. It is very rich, strong and full of lite; it isagieeable te mere persons, probably, than any ether perfume. Wild Olive is next in pepulirity ; tin- also is singularly powerful and lasting. White Koe is delicate and lasting. We keep the preferred odors of all the tlist class perfumers, such a Lubin. Bailey, Atkin son and Coudray ; but of Alfred W rigutS we keep all. tiring an unrcrfumed handkerchief; and you shall have u sample of anv odor von wish, JOHN WANAMAKER. First circle, northwest from the center. COLORED DRESS GOODS. The following, just received, arc av.av down in prices : French Camel's hair, 17 incli, $0.75 and .35: French cheviot suiting, silk and wool, Winch, $i).75; French funic, all wool, as Inch. $0.28. Ity looking out fersucli opportunities a lady may often save hall. JOHN WANAMAKEK. Nine counters, Thirteenth street entrance. Bl LACK GOODS. A lady wanting any et the following will be obliged for the mention of them: silk anil wool Satin de Lyen, 85 cents : silk laced veleurs, $1: memie cloth. 75 cents: damasM; di-ap P ete, $1.5(1 ; damage cannciC, fl.2". All the prices e.xcvpt the !lrt are probably below the cost of manufacture, and even the llrst may be. JOHN WANAMAKKK. Next outer circle, southwest lremthecentcr. "1'RIMMING FOR DRESSES AND CLOAKS. At Our trade rciiuires thelargcstaud freshest Stock of these goods, tringes.pasementeric or naments, girdles, tassels, spikes, rings, balls. buttons. We have novelties net te be found anywhere else. JOHN WANAMAKER. Nexteutcrcircle, iiorthwcslfieiii l!ie center. SHAWLS, Ac. A few shawls are shown in (lie Arcade: gentlemen's dressing gowns ami smoking jackets in the same case. Mere are within. JOHN WANAMAKER. Eastefthe Chestnut street entrance. Fl DKS. Our work-room is full of preparation, se inn uiai we cannot crown u ia-ier. t e nave ready, also, a large tock of liiiishud sarmeiits, fur aud fur lined. Wc have saci ilea aud dolmans iu sealskin dyed iu Louden we laive none but London Lendon Londen dyedsoal. We have them iu great numbers, anil, of ceur.-e, i11allsi7.es incluiliiige.xtreme.s. Prices, from $125 te $i"0. Londen controls the .-eal market et the world There have been two advances in price since our litis wcre hetight. We shall netudvance till we have te buy again: we have net advanced at all, as yet. Wc have, at Sim, seal sacipies such a- you will leek in vain ter elsewhere at tlie price. Fur lined circulars ami dolmans iu very great varicry. We u-e mostly Salin de Lyen, gres-grain, nrmurc anil brocade silk anil Sicil lenne; ter mourning. Henrietta ami Drup il'Ete. The latter are made loonier only. We have everything worth having iu sets trimmings, robes, gloves, caps anil file thoii-sanil-and-enc little things that are kept in the cempletcst lists. JOHN WANA M All KM. Thirteenth street entrance. SKIRTS. Felt, all colors ami variety of styles, .Y,'e te $1.2.) : lhinncl, black, blue, gray, brown ami scarlet, $2..-)) te $..7.; satin, black, $1.7.1 te $10..ill ; satin, blue, sea riot, brown and black, 912.SU te $2(1 : Italian cloth, black, $1.25 te ?.". The variety is veiy great. JOHN WANAM Ali Ell. Southwest corner of the buildinc. BOYS' OVERCOATS. Netice t hesi; two sa-.- pics : liluc chinchilla sack, velvet cellar and lc- '. tnahable cape, lined with Farmer's satin, horn uiii ions. !).au, is inure aneiuci sucii coal ier $(5.30 1 We have sold hundreds el them. Urown-red-auit-eld-golil diagonal ul-iterettu soft wool lining, sleeves linel w i 1 1 1 a durable, Hilk-strapcd fabric, horn buttons, $8.51. These are but but, snecimcus et many. It they seem Inviting, ethers may be mere .-e. See them. JOHN WANAM AKEIL Central aisie, next te the outer circle, Mar ket street side. RIHHONS AND MILLINERY. Ribbons ami .Millinery, you knew, we have much mere of than anv ether heu-.e JOHN "WANAMAKEK. . Neith el'Thii'teenthhlrcct entrance. I IN ENS. j Avery grout variety et the flnesl linens. a very great variety et staple linens, and the lowest prices in t'hilmlelpliia. JOHN WANAMAKEK. Outer circle. City Hall Square entrance J IN EN HANDKERCHIEFS. 1 yvw geed" just received lrem alnead. We have, without doubt, the richest and fullest stock en this siilu of thu Atlantic. We buy from makcre, direct, knew the quality of our linen beyond question, ami keep b.lew the market besides. JOHN WANAMAKER. Second circle, southwest from the centre. SILK HANDKERCHIEFS. The very finest English and French hand kerchiefs ami Muffler; handkerchiefs ft.-i'i te $2.50; mufllcrs, 1.5t) te $1.50. Elsewhere they are sold for a q carter mere, at least. JOHN WANAMAKER. Second circle, southwest from the centre. UNDERWEAR. Every individual article el .Merine or Silk Underwear that we buy we examine te see whether the buttons ure sewed en seemtiy and whether the scams tire right and properly fastened. If anything is wrong, back the gar ment gees te the leaker, or we rigid, it al his expense. Such has been our p'-aclice font year and a half. Is there another merchant in Philadel phia who does the runic, or who watches the interests et his customers in uny similar way: Defects may escape u-s neverfhlcss. Ven de us 11 favor, if 3'eti bring back the least imper fection te be made geed. JOHN WANAMAKEK. Outer circle. Thirteenth street entrance. M USLIN UNDERWEAR. ments is as full as at anv time of the vear: ami when the demand for such is net generally strong we arc often able te buy al unusual ad vantage. We have very nearly the same goods the year 'round : but prices vary mere or less. New, for example, probably, there is net te be. found iu this city or in New Yerk muslin un dergarments equal te our regular stock except at higher prices. Wc knew et no exception whatever. JOHN WANAMAKER. (Southwest corner of the building. TUniIEIt OVERGAUMENTS. 3i De you knew, many are net of Kubbcr.nt all, and arc net wuterproet ? We .cll as many as all Philadelphia besides ; real articles only : and guarantee them. JOHN WANAMAKER. Central aisle, near Market street entrance. - Lancaster, Pa. THIRD EDIT1M. FRIDAY EVENING, DEC. 17,1880. 1TKATHKK INDICATION?. Washington, Dec. 17. Fer the Middle states during the rest of Friday, clear or fair weather, northwest te northeast winds, slight rise, followed by failing barometer, and stationary or slowly rising tempera ture. CONGRESS. l'reccedincs In the Senate. Washington, Dec. 17. By a vote of twenty-seven te thirty-one the Heuse reso lution for a recess from December 22 te January 5 was disagreed te. Of the 27 senators voting iu favor of the adjournment resolution the only Dem ecrats were Messrs. McPherson, Hansom, Vest, Wallace, Withers and Davis (III.) Of the 31 voting nay, the only Republicans were Messrs. Blaine, Hamlin, Ingalls and Plumb. A resolution ettered by Mr. Blaine te in quire into the expediency of increasing the number of judges of the supreme court te thirteen, was agreed te. A bill introduced by Mr. Wallace for a uniform system of bankruptcy was referred te the judiciary committee. The Senate resumed consideration of the educational bill en which general debate was had. In ttie Heuse. At 1:10 the Heuse went into committee en the private calendar. The Heuse is still in com 1.1 it tee engaged in the consideration of pension. bills. Minder en the lllgli Mens. New Yerk, Dec. 17. Adelplius ilain, colored, of the ship Anna Camp, was placed en trial te-day, before Judge l?ene dict, in the United States circuit court, en indictment for the murder en the high seas of Jehn Smith, boatswain, by striking him ever the head with a belaying pin. The assault was committed ou the second of October List aud Smith died the same afternoon. Students 111 a Scrape. ''nii.AHEf.piiiA, Dec. 17. Eight of the students arrested for participation iu the light en the campus of the University of Pennsylvania, last night, were te-day held for tiiul en the charge of riot, aud 0110 of them, Geoige Foigmen, en the additional charge of carrying concealed deadly weapons. Kebbed iila Large Sinn et Meney. J i:ksky City, Dec. 17. L. M. Mycr. of Augusta, Ga.. reported at police head qua iters this morning that while ou the way here he was robbed of $10,800, which was in a bag under his pillow. He says the robbery was committed en a sleeping car between this city and Philadelphia be tween I aud G o'clock. Suspected of Murder. Cincinnati, Dec. 17. There is intense excitement at Ludlow, Ky., opposite Cin . cinnati, ou account of the supposed identi fication of Majer Hicks, a colored boy, as the one who murdered Henry Williams at Ludlow night before last. Lynching will be the result should the evidence prove clear. Large Fire In Cleveland. Cleveland, Dec. 17. The six-story brick block en Viaduct and Mcrvin streets was burned early this merniug. The building was occupied by the Cleveland Ce-operative stove manufacturing pany, whose less nbiy reach JeO.COO. less en the buildingis $23,000. com- Thc Sentenced ler IJebblng the l'ost:fllce. New Yerk, Dec. 17. Charles West, the Philadelphian who broke into the branch pest office in this city recently, was sentenced te two years in the state prison. MARKETS. .-m- verlc Market. N'bw Yerk. Dec. 17. Heur In lniyers favor aud very moderate expert anil home trade de mand : Superlinc Statu lit $.'; fllg.'l !I3; est ni iliift.'WQt tl;eheice,'ii)t4i;'ifS.' (la; fancy 1I0 $." 0,"7:;."i: round hoop Ohie t'405 SO choice de at $3"55(! S; superfine western IS Klg'I.tKi; common te geed extra de $1 :!ll.'lHI : choice de T.1 (iriJi'' 7-" : choice white wheat de $" 10 (in J; Southern dull and heavy: com mon te fair extra f I Kig.":K; geed le choice de f.- fl)rJGi;i. Wheat steady ; Bed about ife lower and dull; Xe.i Bed, .Ian. filling I '-'i :"de Feb., $1 'J2 Cern quiet ami without important change: Ml:sc" v.caU'i'ii .pel. at 3fi)g.W",ic; de future .--;. .-!i;sc. Oats a shade lower : Xe. ! Jai..4IJ-e : de l-'i!.. IV. (is : State 4:;g;l7e; Western li'dlil'!. rniladelpma .ilarbe:. 1'hiudkldiia, December 17. Fleur dull and weal:; superfine at;fi WTi'A ": extra at t'17334 ."0; Ohie ami Indhma family .r .rjOQ ; ti; l'cnn'n f-xuuly "i 12g." el : fct. Letus tumily fi; (Mill 5a; Minnesota fami!y$.ViV.'"87: lesiraiglitP'd'lil'S&O; Winter patem .$'", 303 7 M : Spring de 7 COS? 00. live Heur dull at $." i". Wheat flnmr ; Ne. 2 Western Bed li;i; I'cnn'a. Bed at $1 IfifBl 17$; Amber tit i lw 1 IS. Cern dull but steady; steamer, 51c; yellow, 77:t:X)lic ; mixed. 5.ic. wat "quiet ; Ne. 1 White at ISe ; Ne. a de at 4i!MJ47c: Ne. ..de at fil'Ie ; Ne. i Mixer at Byeilull; Western U."c : renn'a !)."c. I'rovi-aeti- market dull, but priced lirm ; iiii pnrl: old $13 50; new 5I.i ' : beet liaum at $18 C0q18 .71 ; Indian m.-s K&ccf 17 .VI : Bacen smoked Hheulilers Tiy.Qc ; halt de ."c ; smoked hum;. 'J4f$luge; pickled hums iyn tie. Lard firm; city kettle at 'JDJe : loei liutehei.s ny.u; prime steam $ 874i'J CO. Butter market quiet aside from fa 1 up grades : Creamery e.xira e.ic : de geed 10 choice iVtfj'iia; Bradford county and New Yerk extra 2y:'i0e: Western reserve extra 'U i")i;; dogeotl te choice ISQ'Zlc; Bells quiet and easier ; I'cnn'a Fitra !?j31c ; Western Ke-'crvi extra tMS. Kgg- scarce and higher ; t'a. aigi'ic ; West cm :UQX;. Cheese dull but steady; New Yerk'tuH cream at i:iiac; Western full cream li'-c ; dofalrte geed at Ul'Jc; de liairskim.1 10JIic ; 1'ade lOSllc. Petroleum lirm ; rcfiucUut Dc. Whisky at $1 10. Seeds Geed te prime clever dull i7) ; Fliix-.ec'! nominal at$l S0t 33. Stock .11 arKet. New Veiik Stocks. Stocks active and btreng. December 17. a. m. A. m. e. . r. m. v. a. lO.ii 11:25 Visa) 1:40 3:'.0 31ncv ....- ' KrieB. B 47 47,',; V- Wfi 4S Michigan S. & L. S....1274 lJi '-7 li4 l'-' Jiichigan Cent. B. B..1J1 Di 120 120 120 Chicago & N. W 125 VWA 125 125 120 Chicago, M, & St. 1.. .11.1 113 113 1U l Han. St.. 1. Cem 47 47J4 47J4 47 484 X IU.... W3J4 JO i"H -.1074 SOj Teledo & v. auasli Ohie & Mississippi. .. Sf St. Leuis, I. M. &S.IC. 51 Ontario and Western. 32J4 C C & I. C B. L...... .... New .Icrsev Centi-a!.. 7K 44 ; 52 .11 20K 43 44 44 K i -'fK 52 52 34 31 31 32 20 20 20 79 SO S) ee Del. &HiidFen Canal. 'Mi 91 91 'i 01 Del., i.ack..t We.trnl0.v 105 105 1" l0"" We.-tern Union Tel... 73 VJ'A 80 0 82'i I'acilic Mail S.!S. Ce.. 52 53 52 53 5.3 American II. Tel. Ce Union Pacific 107"X 1QVA 107!4 107 107 Kansas & Texas. ft 4H4 WA h New Yerk Central.. 145 ... 1 Adams fcxprcss Illinois Central Cleveland Titts.. Chicago & Keck I... Pittsburgh & Ft. W. l'lULADUWIHA. atecks feverish. Pennsylvania B. It.. Phil'u. & Iteading... Lehigh Valley L&li'-gu xxvigfttlea. .. 118 -- 120 .. 121 .. 121 " .. 125 t 1 2K 2.7)4 . 57 37 2'4 2. 57 KM 52 I M ' I 254 57J 31 37 Northern Pacific. Cem SiK PM . tU2 Pitts.,Tltnsv'eAi:.... 175 Northern Ventral l'liil'a & Erie It. R Xerthern Penn'a I'll. R. It's of N.J Hestenville Pass Central Trans. Ce 334' rJii 3SJ 33- te f4i CHS fcl' Vii 17JS 175 3i .... -'1 tyi IS 1S1 A'EfT ADVERTISEMENTS. VTO KKASO.-SA15LK OHKU UKFCSKD. Organs ami. Pianos. NEW AND SECOND HAN D, at greatly reduced prices. JUSTU!- STUCKENHOLZ. "'niten Opera Heuse, Lancaster, dec Hindu "Y"0 NONsENSr. fAKI'lKS WHO 1VAMT 11 te keep a drink of pure invigorating Whisky in their houses, should go te Geerge Wall's Southern Exchange Hetel, corner et Seuth tjueeu and Jlidtlle streets. He keep- onlj-the best brands of limter : also, California and Blackberry Wine, anil Swuet Chlcr for Christmas. Oysteisfer familv use. K-rg-nej? will be served te his customers ou Christmas day. dl7,'-Ki-J3,'-' " AUCTION. On WEDNESDAY EVENING. DEC. 15. SATURDAY EVENING. DEC. IS. and WEII NESDAY EVENING, DEC.-W will be sold at RurkheMcr's store, corner of Chestnut and Plum streets (Ne. 353). DRY GOODS. NO TIONS, GLASS ASH QUEKNSWARE anil a variety of CHINA, WOOD ami TIN TOYS. Come anil secure bargains. Sale te commence nt 7 o'clock. II. K. BrRKHOLDER, dccll-TuKTu Agent. WASTED. lAt:s. K.;s. kacs. Jtl Wanted 2!e nor pound raid for mixed nigs a seen dlj-lwd" s lielivcrcd. W. 11KNNF.CKK 2.55 West King Street. Lancaster l'u. w ;jr.. . LiiUl Hil.YI A SllliA 11011 eil I. cms iieiiscKeer.er or nnr.-c. or te make her.-elf generallv um'IuI. Applv at 2td Ne.349NOBTII MULICKBI'V hTKKET. ENTERTAINMENTS. "Ifl.TOX (H'KKA IIOUSK. OBAND FASHION BI.K KVENT. MONDAY EVKMM. IEt'. 20, Appearance of the Popular Tragedian THOS. W. KEENE. supported bv tlie charmitu; tragic actress. miss iiKNBii'. rr .iki:s. fbazkb COIILTKB, OCTAVIA ALLEN. FBANK ROC1IM and a specially .-elected cfinpanv umler the uiauaeuieut of WM. B. IIAYOKN en which occasion will be presented Sli.dc spcaivV sraud historical tragedy in six acts e KICHtVRD III; Or, the Batfcle of Bosworth Field. Olester (atterwalds KMiurd llll.T.W.KKKMK. POPL'L B PBICKS ::.-.. ."ill aiul 7. els. KKSKia Kl SKAT.. fM. Sale of seats eemiiieiii'i: Wednesihiv. Dee. 5, at the Opera Heuse Olllce. dlt-:td sstiAL visit (iri:i!A neirsi:. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 21. MB. JOHN D. MISHLKi: has the honor (e present thetlreat Cemeiliaus, BOBSOX A XI) CKAXE. Iu their Unpreccdeiited Success, SHARPS AND PLATS. A SPKC17LATIVK SATIBIC IX FOl'IJ ACTS. Cutler Sharp, of (he Sail Francisce Sleck K.x change, STUABT KOBeON. Dullstene Flat, ex-iiarsen, the prospective owner et millions wanting te.be a bull or bear, anil ever ready ler a put or a call, WM. II. CBANE. Supported by their COMEDY COMPANY. Prices, ." and 7." cent-". Bo-crved seats, at Yccker'H, 1. dliWtd TjlULTON Ol'KKA IIOUSK. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 22. .1. 11. iiavki:lys latest success, Hnverlv's Widow Bcdett COMEDY COMPANY, Dramatized bv PETBOI.EUM V.XA5-P.Y (U. IS. Lecke), and prc-eiitiiig A mcrii-.t'.s Popular Comedian, Mr. Chas. B. Bishop. The most select and thu funniest. Comedy ever iutrediiCKil. Don't forget the COMEDY DATE DECEMBEBSa. POPCLAB PKICES: ADMISSION, 35. fl() A: 7 Vvt. UESEBYED SEATS, 7." CtH. Fer sale at Opera Heuse Office. dl7-5ld ,1 . VEL I. ANA) VS. C1ANAICY i:2i:iis. A tew Choice Yeung Canary hints fersale Splendid singers. Aimlvui. IICUI.-tl'i 'j:;a EAST OBANGE ST. rilKY A POUND OB T11H OKLICIOUS 8 o'clock Breakfast Coffee. ATLANTIC AND PACIFIC TEA CO., 114 NORTH IJL'EEX STBEET, dlO-ljanl I.niicastcr, I':i. Giiy of Wliisiert Fa., DEFAULTED BONDS AND COUPONS Wuiite 1 by RANDAL H, FOOTE, RANKER AND l! RO KICK, dccltOld 70 Broadway. New Yerk City. FLIiNJV &BRKNKMAIT. GRAND OPENING OF nnvn nTTDinmiifiin nnnmi 0, Uiinis n UillUllJlUl -1 A Ian cr stock I I'iiu ever. I.ev.er pries than cvt Every variety of Mechanical Toys. imii.i,i! dei.i-s: iwii,i: BLOCKS AND OAMES. Horses, Carts, V.ugens, Sleighs, Velocipedes and Bievelcp. USEFUL CIIISTMAS I'BEijKNTM. Elegant Cnrveis.sil ver-piatcil iviiiv.-s, Sllrer plated Soeons. Silver-plate'! Ferks. The above Koedsare Bedgers.V. Itre.V !;eit gi!nls. bought al asacrilicc. and will be sold very le.v. HOUSE MiBNISIIfNO UOODS. Tin, Hied Iren and Woedun Waie at (ircat fin & Brian's, Ureal Sluve and Hvittcr Stere, 152 North Queen Street, ' ANXAS.'x'KK. PA. Aiiclie!)1 Auction! Commencing S'attn'hy, Dcr. I lth. POSITIVE CLOSING OUT OK TUB H.L.ZAHM&CO JEWELRY STORE. NO. 20 XOItTII tJVEtlS STUKET. Fine Watches for Ladies and Ceutj, Key anil Stem Winders In Oeld and Silver, Solid Silver and Plated Ware, Sets Ear Kings, King?, Chains, Xccklaccs. RODGERS BRO.'S " Knives, Fedis and Spoons. All te be sold without reserve. The Fixtures te be sold at the close of Hale, and the Stere will be Fer Bent from APKIL 1, 1881. WM." MILLAR, I dcOliiid PKOPKIETOB. riREAT WESTERX GUX irOKtiS, Pltts- Jf burgh, Pa. Send stamp for catalogue leguc D.fe- Bines, shot guns, revolver, sent i... , examination.