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Lancaster daily imixUgencer. tiday, December it.
I: I: ueasici tmclUgencer. FRIDAY EVENING, DEC. 17, 1880. The Sea Serpent's Youngster. Frank Buckland, the natural history writer, in a recent number of Land and Water, says : The Duke of Sutherland hah wisely in stituted at Dunrebiu Castle, Golspie, X. B., a museum, te which his tenants send any thing rare or remarkable discovered en the properly. During the past week his secretary, Mr. Wright, has kindly informed me of a most raarvcleusly interesting addition te the aquaria of the museum, namely, a very rare specimen of a gigantic sea worm, caught among tome sea wrack by some of the duke's deep sea-line men, oft' Golspie. This remarkable worm, when full-sized, is said te attain the length of from eighty te ninety feet ; he is capable of shrinking himself up te a very much smaller length. He is as flat as a ribbon, and only five or six lines in width, of a brown violet color, and smooth and shilling like varnished leather. Very little if anything is known of the habits of this monster worm, except that he lurks under stones and the hollow of rocks, whciehe coils himself up into a heap of knots, which he is incessantly loosening and tightening. He has, how ever, the power of undoing his knots and extending himself in a straight line. In this way he swims or rather glides through the water, pro pelling himself by means of line cilia). When he has found a new domicile suited te his purpose he coils himself up again into knots. His long dark-colored ribbon like body is terminated by a head which is of a somewhat snake-like appearance, only there is no forked tongue nor teeth poisonous or otherwise. The duke's specimen is apparently a small one between four and live feet long, but perhaps the creature has net uncoiled himself his whole length. His scientific name is the "Linens Marinus." There is a beautiful figure of him in the proceedings of the Hay Society, IS":!. Assaulting the Itisliep. Extraerdiiiajy Sceiicniii Kugliidi FpiM-e-pal 1'aif.li. Theic is a worse scandal than a clergy man in prison, and that is a bishop in peril of bodily assault from a mob whom he has just tried te disperse with the Apostolic Benediction. This is what is reported te have happened te the 'bishop of Roches ter, England, rcceiitlv.. The living of St. Paul's, Lerrimer-squaie. Walworth, is vacant, and the Bishop is filling it up by an evangelical clergyman. This he an nounced te the congregation at the end of his sermon. ' 1 tell you face te face," he said, "with my own lips, what will net surprise you, that whatever is illegal in the services here will have te be discen tinned."' A great commotion instantly followed loud hisses en one side and shouts of applause en the ether, with the screams of women sounding shrilly ever both. "Oh his way te the vicarage te disrobe," the report proceeds, "the bishop was the .subject of a hostile demon stration, a great mob following him, hoot ing and yelling, and greeting him with many uncomplimentary remarks. At one point a rush was made, and but for the in terposition of the police his lordship would have been assaulted. As he left the vicarage and drove away, the ill feel ing of the congregation was again mani fested, and his carnages was followed te the confines of the parish by a large crowd, who kept tip a c-mtiuuatinu of groans and histes." This scene is the practical comment en the bishop's aphor ism that "congregational independence is fatal te the liberties of the church." Kriss Krir.gh' in Haifinierc. The mayor of IJaltiinere ha within the past few days received no less than forty Ictteis addicssed in vaiieus ways te Santa Clans. The postefiice efiieials, when they receive a letter mailed te Kriss Kriugle, put it in the mayor's box. Tlic compli ment, if it can ! called such, is becoming rather alloying, and the mayor wishes it understood thaf he is no' Kriss Kringle, or Santa Clans, and that he docs net care te receive that worthy party's mail ; and as much as the mayor would like te comply with the requests of the real children who write te him. it is but just te say that his purse would have te be very large and full for him te supply al! their wants. He could net give te one, without giving-te all, and hence he is obliged, in self defence te decline all. The letters nearly all ask for toys. Of course, among them can be found the attempt of grown boys, who write letters they suppose te be witty, but which iu reality are very flat. Others send vulgar notes, but the majority are from innocent confiding children, and some arc childlike and amusing. They are variously addressed many te " Santa Clans, at the p;st efiiee ;"' ethers te Kriss Kriugle North Pele; one or two te "Mr. Santa Clans Latrebe: mere again te "Old Kriss, care of Mayer Latrobe ;"' and a few directed te the mayor himself. Seme arc stamped and a great many are net. Envious Western Kcrcasm. Chicago Intcr-Occan. There isaclubef "Farmers" at Philadel phia at which President Hayes has recently been entertained horny-listed fellows, all of them, who plow and bee potatoes sum mers ; husk corn, split weed and fodder cattle winter times, and who are frequent ly seen driving leads of hay and potatoes into Philadelphia te trade for "store vit'als." There is farmer Themas A. Scott and farmer Den Cameren, farmer Jehn Welsh, farmer Biddle, farmer G. W. Childs, farmer Drexcl and farmer Fraley all of them with S,0()0,00!) or $10,000, 000 each, and a big crop of coupons that never fails for want of rain or ether causes. It is geed te see these hard-working yeoman enjoying themselves occa sionally. ItH Action ts Sure and .Safe. The celebrated remedy Kidney-Wert ciiu new be ehlafned in the usual dry vegetable I'erm, or in liquid lerin. 11 is pat in the hitler way ler the especial convenience et these who cannot readily prepare it. It will be found very concentrated and will act with ciiu.il ctll ciency in either case. I!e sure and read the new advertisement ler particulars. Seuth und West. dl.Viwd&w A .Test. A witty man can make a jest, a wi-e man can take one. It does net take cither te liml out the virtues of Spring Blessem in curing dis orders arising trem impurities of the bleed. Constipation, Indigestion, &c. Prices: M cents, trial bottles, lit cents. Fer sale by II. B. Cochran, druggist, 137 and ISJ Xertli Queen street, Lancaster. Pa. Wicked ler Clergymen. "I believe it te be all wrong and even wick ;d ler clergymen orelherpublicmen te be led into giving testimonials te quack doctors or vile stuffs called in-liciucs.but when a really meritorious article is made up of common valuable remedies known te all, ami that all physicians ii-e :ui! i,si. j daily, we should freely commieid ll. I H.erelerecheerrully and heartily commend Hep Ritier.i for the geed they have done me and mv Iriemls, firmly be-llex-ing they have no equal for lumily use. I will net be without them.' Rev. , Washington. 1. C. II.V.!wd&w In Ilet Wafer. Orpha M. He.lgc. of Battle Creek, .Mich writes May l(i, 187S: 4-I upct a teakettle of boiling het water en my hand, indicting a very severe scald. I applied Dr. Themas' Eclectric Oil, and take givat pleasure in an noilncingte you that the ell'ect was te allay pain and prevent blistering. I was cured iu three days. We prize it very highly a? a innilly medicine." Fer sale In-II. B. Cechr.in, drug. Kisf, 137 and 139 Xerth Queen street, Lancaster. Pa. rpAKE NOTICfc THAT AM, TiiK OUT X standing and unpaid city tux ler the year 1H80, uewiu the hands et the collector of the several wards, must be paid en or belere WEDNESDAY.TI1K23TH HAY OK IKCKM BBR, A. I., 1SS0, as immediately alter that date the same will be placed in tiie hands et the city solicitor ler collection. decl-t Id MEDICAL. VALUABLE TBUTHS. If you are suffering from peer health, or languishing en a bed of sickness, take cheer, ler Hep Bitters Will Cure Yen. II you are simply ailing : if you feel weak uud dispirited, without clearly knowing why. Bep Bitters "Will Bevlve Yeu. If you are a minister, and have evei taxed yourself with your pastoral duties; or a mother, worn out with care and work. Hep Bitters Will Restore Yeu. II you are a man el business, weakened by the strain oryeur everyday duties; or a inau of letters,. toiling ever your midnight work, Hep Bitters Will Strengthen Yeu. If you :ui young, and suffering from any iu discretion, or are growing tee fat, a is elten tfcc case, Hep Bitters Will Believe Yeu. If you are iu the workshop, en the farm, at the desk anywhere, and leel that your system needs cleansing, toning or stimulating with out intoxicating, Hep Hitters is What Yeu Meed. II you arc old, and your pulse is feeble, your ncrveS unsteady, and your faculties waning, Hep Bitters will give you New Lire and Viger. Hep Hitters Manufacturing Company, Rochester, Xcw Yerk, and Terente, Ontario. dec6-lvdMWF&w KIDNEY WORT. This Great Remedy in cither Liquid or Dry Ferm acts at the same time en the disascs el the Liver, Bowels m Kidneys, This combined action gives it wonderful peire te cure till diseases. WHY ARE WE SICK? Ilecimse ire allow these great organs in be come clogged or torpid, and poisonous humor arc therefore forced into the bleed thai should be expelled naturally. KIDNEY WORT WILL r.Uleusr.ctss, l'iles, Constipation, Kidney Complaints, Urinary Diseases, Female Weakucss and Nervous Disorders, by causing free action of these organs mid ri storing their power te threw off disease. Whv suffer bilious pains aud itches? Why tormented with riles, Constipation : Why frightened ever disordered Kidneys ? Why endure nervous or sick headaches? Why have sleepless nights? I'sc KIDNKY WORT and rejoice in Inalth. 2" It is put up iu Dry Vegetable Ferm, in j8B-tin cans, one package of which makes six -quarts of medicine. Gv- Alse in Liquid Feriu.vcry Concentrated B- ter the convenience el these who cannot y-readily prepare it. 11 acts with equal &$ efficiency in cither form. get it of yefk druggist, prick, i. W KLLS, RICHAKWSOX & CO., Prep's, Biirlingleu, Vt. (Will send the dry pe-st-paM.J dec 13 lyd&wl rniiE FMPOR1UM FOB BOMBAY FKES- 1 ENTS. Presents for all al FRKY'S CITY PHARMACY. North Queen, corner Orange street. Lancaster, l'a. An immuuse.varicty of Toilet Sets. Ladies' ami Gents' Companions, Ladies' Cabbas, Russia Leather and Seal Skin Pocket-Reeks, Letter and Card Cases. Fans, Cigar Cases, &c. Fine Colognes, Toilet Waters, Cut Glass Bettles, &c. SCALL AXD EXAM1XE. LOCHER'8 A Pleasant. Safe, Speedy and Suns Remedy for Colds, Coughs, Hoarseness, Asthma, Influ enza. Soreness el the Threat and Chest, Bronchitis. Whooping Cough, Spit ting of Rloed, Inflammation el the Lungs, am' all Diseases el the Chest and Air Passages. This" valuable preparation combine-; all the medicinal virtues of these articles which long experience has proved te possess the most sale and efficient qualitic;; ler the euro of all kinds of Lung Diseases. Price i cents. Pre pared enlv and ;-old by CHAS. A. LOCHER, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGIST IfO. ! KAST KJING STREET. eltMfd II Of. IDA r MOODS HILLS DRUG STOKE PC RE ROHEMI .V TOILET SETS. RICHLY CUT AXD ENGRAVED COLOGNE BOTTLES. A Large Variety or Elegant ODOR CASUS and STANDS, PERFUMERY BOXES. .Vc. Alse an Extensive Assortment et Toilet ami Fancy Articles, BRUSHES, COMBS aud MIRROR TOILET SETS. American, French and C'-JvIUh PERFUMERY. And u variety of ether geeds suitable for Presents, of which my Steek is large: than ever bclerc. G. W. HULL, Ne. 15 WEST KING STREET, -lyij LANCASTER, FA. INVALIDS TAKE NOTICE. XEAKLY 3,000 PERSONS have placed themselves under my charge dur lug the last three yenrs iu Reading and this city. One-half of them at least were called in curables. Chronic cases of Dyspepsia, Con sumption. Rhouuiatisfe, and ether afliictleni. Nearly all reported the same, story, viz : I have tried many doctors and nuack medicines, all in vain. I am discouraged. While curing the sick in these two cities ever 1,500 deaths have occurred in ether physicians' practice, and net a halt-dozen in mine. Won't you in person (at my offices) or by letter investigate my remark able cures. Men and women sick ler years, un der my practice were in a few days or weeks cured. Send or call and get a 12-page pamph let (free), containing the names of people thus rapidly cured here in Lancaster. AH cured by placing my inexpensive medicines en the oui eui slde et the body. Se poisons used, and no drugs, syrups, pills, powders, bitters, or ether such vile stuff placed in the stomach. Con sultations and Examinations Free at my offices. Hundreds have been cured et Catarrh ler 50 cents. Cure Quick for Catarrh sent le any ad dress In the United States for 50 ccnUj. DR. O. A. GREENE, (32 Years Experience), Ne. 23G NORTH QUKEN STKKIiT. 30 UdMWF&S Lancaster. Pa. uitiriTUJUi. HOLIDAY GOODS! Wichnyer & Ricksecker's. PATENT BOOKERS, In spun Silk, Terry, Cane Rack and Seat. EBOXV CABTXETN. CHILDREN'S ROCKERS, In Cane, Weed and Perforated. Felding Chairs, Kataii Rockers. PARLOR SUITES, FOOT-RESTS, SHOE-BOXES GLASS.ES. aud LOOKING CHAMBER SUITES OFFICE, .IltRARY and CHAIRS. DIXING-KOOM S. E. COR. BAST KING AND DUKE STS., LANCASTER, PA. UccltKhud TBIMXIXOS, XOTIOXS, &C. A STKICH BKO. 'S STORE. ASTBJCH BR0.'S 13 KA.VT KIXG STREET, LANCASTER, FA. 13 EAST KIXG STREET, LANCASTER, FA. 13 FAST KIXG STREET. LANCASTER, PA. 1 COME AX1) SEE TIIE I COME AXI) SEE THE !: COME AND SEE TIIE BABY SHOW Till? WEEK. THIS WEEK. THIS WEEK. DOLLS. Dells, with moving limbs and hair, at .rc Wax Dells, with hair, al 7,l, 10c. upward Moving Eyes Wax Dells, at '-"J, 30, 43c A large Wax Dell, with hair, for 31c Handsome Dells, with shoes and stockings, at 43c. Fine Moving Eyes Dells at 40 and 57c Handsome Jlahy Dells. HaiK.semc Rey Dells. Fine French Dells at ?i. THE SLEEPING HEAUTY. THE SLEEPING BEAUTY. THE SLEEPING BEAUTY. A Hue and nies-t beautiliil Dell. Dells' Heads iu China and Patent. French Dell Heads. Dells' Arms. Pell Shoes in all sizes. Dells' Italics from lite, upwards. We shall exhibit a most handsome DOLL'S HEAD IN DOLL'S HEAD IX DOLL'S HEAD IX DOLL'S HEAD IX DOLL'S HEAD IX LIKE SIZE. LIFE SIZE. LIKE SIZE. LIKE SIZE. LIFE SIZE. Every purchaser et WORTH OK GOODS &S WORTH OK GOODS ?.! WORTH OF GOODS will icceivc one chance en this beautiful head, the same te be RAFFLED ON RAFFLED ON RAFFLED ON FRIDAY, DECEMRER ."let, AT 2 P. M. FRIDAY, DECEMRER 31st, AT 2 P. M. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 31st, AT 2 P. M. Silk Velvet Picture Frames at Large Velvet Picture Frames al. Picture Frames, for Imperial P. 25e $1 'holographs. at 4 it. Fine Ve.vet and Satin Frame Photograph Alliums Fine Photograph Albums at ".)',S5VsSc $1 A Geed i.eatner iieunu aieuui ai A ! Picture Album at .$1.19 Autograph Albums very cheap. Large Autograph Albums at SGc Writimr Desks at 43c Ladies' Writing Desks as $1.29 An elegant Writing Desk at $1.S Werk Hoses at 23c Fine Werk Rexes at 47c ElegantJWerk Bexes at SGc.,$l.l'J,$l.'.r, upwards Gleve and Handkerchief Bexes at....C'Jc. a set Gleve aud Handkerchief Rexes, iu Leather, at $1.25 a set. Gleve and Handkerchief Reses, in Fine Rus sian Leather, lined with satin, aud nickel-plated handle, at KMi:. Cuff and Cellar Rexes , .'.tic. each. JAPANESE GOODS. JAPANESE GOUDS. JAPANESE GOODS. JAPANESE GOODS. JAPANESE GOODS. Japanese Gleve Rexes Japanese Handkerchief Rexes Fine Japanese Jewelry Caes 13c 31c $1 Large .lapane-e .icweiry cases $1.23 Cigar stands at. 7", 9Sf., upwards PERFUMERIES. PERFUMERIES. PERFUMERIES. PERFUMERIES. PERFUMERIES. I ley ts Gei man Cologne 17c. 1'iuc Pcrliimerie.- at 23c. Fine Eau de Cologne in Pitchers , Perfumeries iu Raskets Perfumeries put up in Fancy Rexes... Perfumeries put up in Large Rexes,... a bottle a bottle 4!c R'c 23c 41c WRITING PAPER IN FANCY WRITING PAPER IN FANCY WRITING PAPER IX FANCY ROXES. ROXES. ROXES. SHELL SHELL SHELL WARE. WARE. WARE. Shell Rexes at 10c Fine Shell Raskets at 25c Fine Shell Pin-cushions at 25c Shell Rexes iu shape el bureaus 25c Shell Rexes in shape el bookstands 25c Shell Gleve Rexes 18c Shell Handkerchief Rexes 4Sc Wire Watch Stands I5aiid2Tc Linen Cull's and Cellars, put up in boxes, at 25c.pcr;sct. Linen Cull's and Cellars, trimmed- with lace, put up in boxes, at 30c. tier set. Fine Embroidered Sets at 3'.), 11, 4Sc., up Fine Lace Ties. Fine Lace Fichus. Fine Spanish Ties and Fichus. Ladies' Rows and Cellars. Ladle.-' Silk Ties, embroidered ends at Ladies' Silk Tics, embroidered, with fringe, $1. A Fine Satin Tie at Ladies' Silk Sashes at Ladies' Hat Sashes at , Spanish Lace Fichus at .51 )c ....23c ..$2.! ..$1.19 ...S0C IN POCKETROOKS IX POCKETROOKS IX POCKETROOKS We offer a choice line at very low prices. A Fine Pocket book, with handle, al 25c Fine French Morocco Reeks at. .-30, 40, 50c., up Kujsiun Leather Reeks al UO, 75 aud SSc Very Fine Leather Pockctbeoks at$l, $1.25, $1.50, upwards. Ladies' Hand Satchels at 75c 'Ladies' Hand Satchels, iu Russian Leather, Satin Laced, $1.75. Velvet Rags, Plush Rags, and ethers. TOILET CASES. TOILET CASES. TOILET CASES. Jan dkerehicls in Rexes, at 48, fil. 7i)c, upward. A Handsome Haiidkerchicl Rex, containing one-half dozen Ladies' Fine Euibrei-. tiered Initial Handkerchiefs, hem stitched, at $3. G:n1s'and Ladies' German Linen Hundker chiefs, put up in Fancy Bexes, suit- . able for presents. Silk Handkerchiefs in great variety. FIXE GILT JEWELRY". FINE GILT JEWELRY. FIXE GILT JEWELRY, EARRINGS. RRtASTPIXS. SCARF PINS, HAIR PIXS. LOCKETS, RINGS, JiKACELttTS Resides these Fancy Articles mentioned, we offer a choice line ei useful articles, suitable for HOLIDAY GIFTS. HOLIDAY GIFTS. HOLIDAY GIFTS. At specially inducing nrices. Flue Ladies' Merine Vests at 48c line Gents' Under Shirts at 50c C01 tCIS 11 ! 4C Ladies Underwear at very low pticcs, te close out the stock en hand. TOWELS AT A SACRIFICE. A large Tewel at C9c per dozen .An all-linen line Tewel at 10c A knotted fringe Tewel at 25c Tit,J.ilc Cleths, all linen, at $1.00 WORSTED EMRROIDERIES. WORSTED EMRROIDERIES. SLIPPER PATTERNS, CUSHIONS. TIDIES IN LACE, APPLIQUE AND TIQUE. LACE SPREADS. AN- INFANTS' GOODS, INFANTS' GOODS. Babies' Merine Cloaks, names' limureiiiereii hiiawis. Babies' Embroidered Dresses. WOOLEN GOODS. WOOLEN GOODS. Caps and Heeds for Children and Ladies' Wear, in various styles and maacs. CHILDREN'S ULSTERS. LADIES' SLEEVELESS WAISTS, SHAWLS, KID GLOVES, LADIES' FELf AND FLANNEL SKIRTS. It. will nay you te nive us a call, and te ex amine the display of our goods. Wc don't ak any one te buy, unless they And our prices I lower than offered elsewhere, and the sroeda tn be whatever represented. a.eijixa. Hew few people there are that are oed judges or CLOTHING. Can you Jell where the difference of 50c. or $1 is m a Fine Suit or an Overcoat. Nearly everybody (and it 13 te their interest that they should) relies upon the judg ment of whom they buy. The prices et our goods were very low before the re duction, and new en four el our tebies we have a few ODD SUITS, ODD COATS AND ODD PANTS, that we efTer you much lcs than real value. We cannot afford te sell them at cost. But they cost us se little we can afford te sell them at the prices they are marked, which arc very low WILLIAMSON & FOSTER, 30 EAST KING STREET. Our stock el Gents' Furnishing Goods is very large at present. All kinds et Gloves and Neckwear. Woolen Shirts at very low prices. Underwear from the very cheapest te lull regular made, ALL WOOL..Silk Handkerchiefs for 10, 15, 2, 37, 45, 00, 73, S3, 05c, $1, $1.23, $1.10, -$1.85. With Silk Mufflers from $1.25 te $5, and Fine Suspenders ia large quan tities. Fur Gloves in extra large sizes and at all prices, from $1.U5 te $10. All these goods are selling at the lowest cash prices. WILLIAMSON & FOSTER, 36 EAST KING STREET. CHRISTMAS GOODS CHRISTMAS GOODS CHRISTMAS GOODS RELOW COST! BELOW COST! RELOW COST! RATHVON & FISHER Arc selling off their entire stock of READY HADE CLOTHING below cost. Alse FURNISHING GOODS. FRO.M NOW UNTIL JANUARY 1st AT COST. CLOTHING made te elder iu the prevailing styles and at medium prices. COR. NOKTH (l-EENaiiu ORANGE STS., LANCASTER, PA., RATHVON & FISHER, MERCHANT deell-2wd TAILORS. CLOTHING! CLOTHING-! We have Sleck of new ready for sale an Immense rei: Fall and Winter, which Style. arc Cut aud Trimmed We can give you a in the Latest GOOD STYLISH SUIT AS LOW AS $i(UM. PIECE GOODS In great variety, made te order at short notice at the lowest prices. D. B. Hestener & Seu. 24 CENTRE SQUARE, 6-lyd LANCASTER. PA. FALL OPENING H. GEKH ART'S 1 MONDAY, OCTOBER 11th, 1880. A Complete Stock el Cleths, Suitings Aim OVERCOATINGS, which for elegance cannot be surpassed. Largest Assortment el The ENGLISH AND SCOTCH SUITINGS in this cily. Trices as low as the lowest at H.GERHART'S Ne. 51 North Queen Street. COXEECTIOS8. " HEADQUARTERS FOB PURE CONFEC TIONS FOR THE HOLIDAYS AT JOSEPH R. ROYER'S, 50 AND 32 WEST KING ST. I can new offer te the trade and public a large stock ei Pure Confections of every description, at the very lowest market rates. FRUITS, NUTS, Ac. and a LARGE STOCK OF TOYS of the NEWEST DESIGNS. Large and small Cakes baked daily. Ice Cream at all times. WEDDINGS AND PARTIES SERVED AT SHORT NOTICE. MAIL ORDERS promptly attended te at the same rate as if the person ordering were present in person. Call and sec my stock. 3Reuieinber the place 50 AND 52 WEST KING STftEET. Jil3-3md JOS. B. BOYER. Reaay-Made Gletmng Taiin 2MMT GOODS. HOLIDAY GOODS! HOLIDAY GOODS! HOLIDAY GOODS! We are new showing a large steek of goods in every department. J. B. MARTIN & CO. In our Dress Goods Department we arc showing sonic staple goods for Pres ents. Black Silks and Black Cashmere?. We claim that our Black Cashmeres are .special value. All we ask is a compari son with ether goods. In low-priced goods we have a handsome line, that will be sure te please. J. B. MARTIN & CO. In our Blanket and Flannel Dcpait ment we are showing goods that will make some very acceptable Presents. Among them we mention Blankets. Ladles' Skirts, Ac. J. B. MARTIN & CO. In our Hosiery and Underwear De partment you will flndan elegant stock of Hosiery and Underwear, all sizes and prices, for Ladies, Gents and Children. J. B. MARTIN & CO. In our Queensware Department we are showing the largest ami finest line in the city, at prices, tee, that you will liml right. Wc have a choice line of Haviland's Art Plaques, French China Cups and Saucers, Meustache Coffees, R. & M. Sets; China Plates, Cups and Saucers for Children: Tea Sets, French China Fruit Plates, &c. All the goods arc handsomely decorated, anil make elegant Presents. Glassware and Ma jolica Ware. Wc are showing the.largsst line of Decorated Chamber Sets. Band ed Sets as low as $3.30. J. B. MARTIN ifc CO. In etlHjr departments wcare showing Gossamer Rubber Clothing, Silk and Alpaca Umbrellas, Crumb Cleths, Rugs, Fancy Seap, Perfumery, Silk and Linen Handkerchiefs. &c., &c. 3 We lespeetf'ully solicit a call. J. B. MARTIN & CO., Cor. West King and Prince Sts. LANCASTER, PA. MiLT.iNr.nr. HOUGHTON'S LADIES! !!X!r!!S?& T1,c eheapest and best place HOUGHTON'S MILLINERY GOODS. HOUGHTON'S MILLINERY GOODS HOUGHTON'S MILLINERY GOODS, IS AT CHEAP CHEAP CHEAP CHEAP CHEAP CHEAP M. A. HOUGHTON'S, r. NORTH QUEEN STREET. FINE HATS, FINE HATS, BONNETS, BONNETS. LARGEOSTRICH FJSATHERS OSTRICH TIPS. PLUSH ALL SHADES. SILK VELVETS, SILKS. SATINS, FRINGES, LACES KID GLOVES. STORE. STORE. STORK. STORE. STORE. STORE. FINEST FINEST FINEST FINEST FINEST FINEST ASSORTMENT ASSORTMENT ASSORTMENT ASSORTMENT ASSORTMENT ASSORTMENT MILLINERY MILLINERY MILLINERY MILLINERY GOODS. GOODS. GOODS. GOODS. GOODS. GOODS. CRAPES. CRAPE VEILS, CORSETS, CUFFS, COLLARS, NECKTIES The Fine-I, Cheapest and Greatest Variety of Millinery Goods IN THE CITY. 11 25 North Queen SI. OJCOCEKIES. 3IG 1SOTTLK. MNGWALT'S ;is the place for Wines, Liquors and Alcohol. Alse, Fresh Groceries very cheap. Ne. 205 WEST KING STREET. CHRISTMAS GROCERIES. BASING MATERIALS. New Crep New Orleans Molasses. Balcins and Fresh RUTTF.R. PURE SPICES. Baking Seda and Baking Powders, Resa Wales, Flavoring Extracts, Ac. D. S. BURSK, NO. 17 KAST KING STKEET. FRUITS,. NUTS. CONFECTIONS, Fine Dchesia Raisins. Fine French Prunes, Cenccrvcs Apricots, Pruncllcs, Fine Layer Figs, Gelden and Persian Dates, French Crys tallized Apricots and Cherries, Choice Flerida and Jamaica Oranges, White Grapes, Fine Bananas. CANNED FRUITS, viz: Peaches, Pears, Pine Apples. Cherries, California Egg Plums, Apricots, Nectarines, Green Gage Plums, (juccn Olives, etc. Want of space forbids us te name the many nice goons wc nave. Don't fail te call and see. Ne trouble te show goods and give prices. D. S. BURSK, NO. 17 KAST KING STKEET. CARPETS. HIGHEST CASH PRICK WILL, UK PAID FOR EXTRA NICE CATSPET BAGS. Carpets made te order at short notice and satisfaction guaranteed. Rare chances in Carpets te reduce sleck ei 6,000 Yards Bressels Carpets, AT AND BELOW COST. Call and satisfy ycurseir. Alse, Ingrain, Rag aud Chain Carpets in almost endless variety .at . H. S. SHIRK'S CARPET HALL, 203 WEST KING STREET, LANCASTER PA. 105 CO TO 1(r F. HIEMENZ'S. IvO Ne. 105 North Queen street for the Clienpest 105 SfM or the BI Sbe. 105 I jas-s&wtra ' JEHEUtT. IjlLGlN WATCHES. ALL STILtS. GOLD, J Silver and Nickel, S6 te $130. Chains, etc.. sent C. O. D. te be examined. Write ter Cata logue te Standard American Watch Company. Pittsburgh, Pa. LOUIS WEBEK. ,., WATCHMAKER. Ne.lWJi NORTH QUEEN STREET, near V. R. R. Hepet, Lancaster, Fa. Geld, SUver and Nickel-cased Watches, Chains, Clocks, Ac. Agcntier the celebrated Pantasceplc Spccta cles and Lye-Glasses. Repairing a specialty, aprl-lyd HOLIDAY AMOulCEMEBT AUGUSTUS RHOADS.. Jeweler, 20 East Kins street, has completed his preparations for the Holidays, and suggests that an early examin atien will enable purchasers te secure the choicest selections and avoid the crowds later in the month. AUGUSTUS RHOADS, JEWELER, Ne. 20 East Klntr Street, Lancaster, l'a, J. E. CALDWELL I CO. 902 Chestnut Street, - PHILADELPHIA. DIAMOND HANTS, JEWELERS, SILVERSMITHS, ASD IMPORTERS OF EUROPEAN NOVELTIES, BRONZES, CLOCKS AND PORCELAINS, ask particular attention te their su perb stock of goods, especially- adapted for HOLIDAY GIFTS: The assortment in every Depart ment is unequaled, and the prices (always the lowest) will be found most acceptable. ESOrders and inquiries by mail will receive prompt attention. MffiF HOOKS AXD STATIOXEKY. CHRISTMAS GIFTS! ! f HOLIDAY BOOKS. HOLIDAY GAMES, HOLIDAY PICTURES, HOLIDAY GOODS. IN tJREAT VARIETY AT L. M. PLYNN'S, Ne. 42 WKST KINO STREET. TTOLIIAY GOODS. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. NOVELTIES FOR THE HOLIDAYS. Gnristmas anfl New Tear Gartls In Nevel and Original Designs, in Great Variety. Elegant CABINET PICTURE FRAME-, In Celd. Rrecadc, Velvet, Ebony and Combination. CELLULOID TOILET SETS, TOILET MIRRORS," Gilt and Cut Glass Novelties, Jewel Caskets. LIBRAKY 1NKSTAXDS, WRITING DESKS, WORK BOXES. DRESSING CASES, LETTER RACKS, Geld Pens & Pencil Cases, PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS, STEREOSCOPKS AND VIEWS. FINE POCKET BOOKS, CIGAR CASES, GRAPHOSCOPES, CABINET AND PANEL PICTURES, New Beeks in Holiday Dress. An immense assortment of BIBLES, PRAVER AND HYMNALS, CHURCH BOOS, ILLUSTRATED BOOKS, PICTURE BOOKS, FOR CHILDREN. GAMES, ALPHABET BLOCKS, PAINTING BOOKS, WATER COLORS, &e.. At the Boek Stere of JOO BAER'S SOffS, 15 and 17 NORTH QUEEN STREET, LANCASTER. PA., SLEIOIIS, AC. SLEIGHS! SLEIGHS! AT EDGERLEY & CO.'S, Practical Carriage Builders, Market Street, Rear or Central Market Houses Lancaster, Pa. We have en hand a Large Assortment et PORTLAND, ALBANY, AND DOUBLE SEAT SLEIGHS, Which wc offer at tnc VERY LOWEST PRICES. Alse a full line of BUGGIES and CAR R1AGES all of enr own well known make Give us a call. 49ltcpatring promptly attended te. n2ttid&xv Ti.M rELEJiit' OVtit. LANCASTER XSD MUAERSVIIXE K. K Cars run :w fellows.: Leave Laucnter (P. R. Depot), at 7, 9, and ll:.Wu. in., and 2, 4, 6 and S:3u p. in., except en Sturdi , when the last car leave- ut 9-Jep. ni. Leave Millersvillc (lower end) at 5, S, and a. M., and 1, 3, 5 and 7 p. m. Cars run daily en above time except en Snn day. CWLUMBIA ASM FORT DEPOSIT R. R Trains new ran regularly en the Columbia and Fer: Deposit Railroad en the following tinier SrATiew North- Express. Express.! Aei-ou.. nw !. a. 3f . i. jc. r. v. Pert Deposit 6:35 :i:.'5 iM Peaclibottein 7:12 4:23 S:IS Safe Harber. 70S 5:11 5:31 Columbia S:-25 5:40 6:20 Stations SeiTH-!Express. Express. Accein. wam. A.5I. r. M. A.M. Columbia 11:45 tfcJO 7:45 r. si. 6:W ArfcOS Safe Harber. 12:11 p. jc . Le9:40 Peuchbnttem i 1237 1 7:: 11.07 I I r. v. Pert Deposit 1:30 xttT. 12:25 PENXSYLVAXIA RAILROAD NEW SCHEDULE On and sitter SUNDAY NOVEMRKRStu.l!?a,traiuxen the Pennsyl vania Railroad will arrive and leave the Lan casti: and Philadelphia depeta us follews: KtRTU-ARD Leave T Arrive '""" Lanc'tcr FhUad'a Philadelphia Express 2:10 a.m. 4:15 a.k Fast Line. 5:20 " 7:10 - Yerk Aeeeip. Arrives; 8.U.1 " .... Harrisbitrg Express. S:iir. " HhlO Dlllerville Aeeeui. Arrives, S:45 ' Columbia Accommodation, i-.li " 12:01 r.M. Frederick Aeeetn. Arrives, 1:35 " .... Pacific Express, l:4t r.ji. 3:45 Sunday Mail 2aw ' 5:00 " Johnstown Express, :!:i ." 5:30 " Day Express, 4:3. " 6:45 " Harrisburg Acconiniedat'u, tri" " '.fciJO ' iv-oet....... Leave Arrive Wkstwakp. -pidlad-a Lanc'ter Way Passenger, I2::i..v. fkCOA.M Mail Train Ne. l,vi:iMt..ley, 7::!-.i " i:20 " Mail Train Ne. 2,viu Cel'bia 10:21 " Niagara A Chicago Express '.i-.etl ' I1MO " Sunday Mail, '8:10 " UhSO " Fast Line, 12.21 " 2:35 v.w. Frederick Accommodation 2:41 " DillervilleLocaI.viiiMt..Iey .... 50 " Hufrlshurg Accommedat'ii, -:.'! r.x. 5:15 " Columbia Accommodation, 1:00 " 7rA' " Harrisburg Express, 5:30 " 7:30 " Pittsburg Ex press, 6:25 " 8:50 " Cincinnati Express 'J:le " 11.30 " Pacific Express, 1 1 A". " 2.40a. m Pacific Express, east, en Sunday, when flag Sed, will step ut Mlddleteuu, Elrabethtewn, It. Jey, Landisvillc, Rird-in-Hand, Lcmitn Place, Gap, Christiana, Parkcsburg. Coates ville, Oakland and Glen Lech. Fast Line, west, 011 Sunday, when flagged, will step al Dowiiiuglewn,Coatcsvillc, Parkcs burg, Jit. Tey, Eliabethteiru and Middletown. llanovcrnccemmodation west, connecting at Lancaster with Niagara and Chicago Express at 11:00a. in., will run through te Hanover. Frederick Accoinmetlat ion, west, connects at Lancaster, with Fast Line, west, at 2:35 r. ., and will rim tureujjh te Frederick. R FADING .VCOLUM IMA R. R. ARRANGEMENT OF PASSENGER TRAINS. OCTOBER 25th, 1880. NORTHWARD. LEAVE. fjuarryville Lancaster, Kinj: Lancaster Columbia ATtltlVE. A.M. 7if 0:40 St. Reading.. SOUTHWARD. LEAVe. Reading AR1UVK. Columbia , a. 11. r. m. r. m. 6:45 .... 230 7:.Vi .... 3fl0 8:05 1:1 15 3:50 7:.m 1:10 3:10 10:05 3:20 5.50 r.M.- Lancaster. 10:07 2:10 8:10 5:0l Lancaster, King St 10:18 8:20 5:10 Quarryville 11:20 .... 0:25 6:10 Trains connect at Reading with trains te and from Philadelphia, Pottsville. Harrisburg, AN leutewn and New Verk,5Vi:i Round llroek Reute. At Columbia with train-" te and from Yerk, Hanover, Gettysburg, 'Frederick and Balti more. A. M. WILSON. Supt. FOB SALE OK if.'.VT. LOTS FOR SALE. New Is flu: chance te buy lets whilst they are cheap ; a geed time ter industrious men te put tlieir surplus earnings into something likely te advance, iu value. The undersigned will sell from one te fifty lets at a low price 011 long time. Lets art situated in northeast ward. Fer terms apply te dll-3tdeed A. W. RUSSEL. IJCIIMC SALE WILL. KK OrtbKED AT public sale, all that let of ground fronting 4t feet en the Miulheest side of Middle street, and extending in depth US feel 6 inches, en which is erecteil two twe-stnrj Brick Dwelling Houses, with back buildings and ether im provements. The said property will be sold as a whole, or eitl-.er heuselmd Ietas new divid ed and occupied, will Ix: sold separately. If f.eld neparately the right te a common use et the hyi Ira nt, passage ullcvuud water way as new used will be reserved. Sale te be held at the Leepard Hetel. 011 East King street, en MONDAY. DECEMRER 20. 1880, at 7:30 p. m., when conditions will lie made known by JOHN BLACK. ll.SiiliiKKr, Auct. dll-tsd. PCHI.lt: KALE OF ALUAKLE CITY Property. On SATURDAY EVENING, DECEMBER' 18. 1S80, will lie sold at publicsalc nt the Leepard Hetel, East King street, the following described real estate: That two- story BRICK DWELLING HOUSE with two- story Brick Rack Building, situate at Ne. 42 soul 11 j.iiuesirccl. rue Heuse irents l'j feet. and .let extends in depth 103 feet te Ien Lriiincruu cnurcu. 111c heiimj lias ijccii reeeiit- ly-papercd throughout; there are seven large rooms with gas iu every room in the house. ami water tn tne Kitciicn. in lli-j let are clielce varieties of Iruit trees and a line grape vine. On the south side of the heiue is an alleyway for the exclusive use of this property.lPosscs preperty.lPosscs property.lPesscs sion given April 1, 1881. Sale te commence at 7 o'clock p. in., when at tendance will be given and terms miideknewn by PHILIP DOEItSOM. B. F. Roue, Auct. dcelO-lCtd COAL. B. K. JIAUtlJI, Wholesale and RctaibDcalcr In all kinds of i.UJI RER AND COAL. O-Ylin! : Ne. 420 North Water i streets above Lemen. Lancaster. Prince nS-lyil COAL! COAL! COAL! COAL Ceal of tne lUmt Ouallty put tip expressly for family use, and at the low est market prices. TRY A SAMPLE TON. JfiT VAKD-1SO SOUTH WATER ST, iic-20-lyd PHILIP SCHUM.SON & CO. COHO &WILEY. 3SO XflKTIf K'ATEK ST., Laneaster, l'a.. Wholesale and Retail Dealers In LUMBER AND COAL. Connection With the Telephonic Exchange. Brunch Ollice : Ne. 3 NORTH DUKE ST. febSS-Iyil G O T REILLY & KELLER rei: GOOD, CLEAN FAMILY COAL, Farmer and ethers in want et Superior Manure will liml it te their advantage te call. Yard, Harri-burg Pike. ) Ollice. 2e East Chestnut street. ( egl7-ltd GOAL! COAL!! Fer geed, clean Family and all ether kind ofCOALgeto RUSSEL & SHULMYER'S. Quality and' Weight guaranteed. Orders ie spectfully solicited. OFFICE: Vt Fast King Street. YARD: 01 North Prince Street. auglt-taprlSR makblm. minus. WM. P. FRATLEY'S MONUMENTAL MARBLE WORKS 758 Nertn encen Street, LanriMtrr. Vx. MONUMENTS.. HEAD AND FOOT MONKS, GARDEN STATFAlil. CEMETERY LOTS ENCLOSED. Aft. All work guaranteed and a:ifactien g en in every paitlcular. N. I!. Remember, tetU '. "ie inw end of North i"i'.n or.-.''. w.l 105 "" 105 It you want a GOOD FITTING BOOT OR SHOE, Ueft'Iy-niade ok made te order, call at F. HIEMENZ'S, Ne. 105 North Queen Street. Custom Werk a Specialty. e3SSAWt A.M. A.M. 1.X. :05 ,12:0!) 6:10 r.Jf. 10:15 2:10 8:20 10:07 2:10 8:10 10:18 8:20 11:20 .... 'J-.25