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11 T LANCASTER DAILY INI ELLIGENCEK, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1880. V ncaster Intelligencer. THURSDAY EVENING, DEC. 23, 1880. IN TUG CITY A CUKISTMAS JINGLE. , " Wel I, Master Jack and tiny Bess, You've come in town te-day, I guess, Te sec the sights and leek about; And, as I'm dressed, I'll lake you out. Conic, hurry up. no time te stand ; I'm ready new, each give a hand ; The day is short, se much te sec, I fear we won't get hack for tea. We'll walk en Chestnut street awhile And see the shops, and time beguile ; Anil it you have some pennies bright We'll buy a picture book and kite." "Ne, auntie, that won't de ler me ; I'te get some money here, you see, Pinned In my pocket all se tight, i!ut I won't spend It Ter a kite: I want some nicer things than that And Ressic wants a pussy cat. I giics we'll llnd some shop around Where plenty pretty things arc found.". " Well, s'pese we try in this big store (I think you've net been here before) : Ju-t open up your peepers wide, And letik about en every side. Don't he afraid, we'll push our way ; J list such a ciewd f e:i.es every day." " Oil, auntie, see," says JHUe Ucss, "homebody's tercd my Sunday jess." ' Is this the .Sunday dress you wear V There Isn't much of it te tear. All, well ! your striped stockings blue Are. long enough te cover you. Your grandma says (she's little queer), Mic wendcisnll t Iil- children here Don't have the rreiipnud ether woes They wear Mich dreadlluly slieit clothes She doesn't likcut all te sec The stockings way above the knee. And then the little bandy legs Hang out below like wooden egs. Hut Madam Fashion rules the day. And sin: must always have her way ; I or eic than any croup orgeut Is Madam Fashion in a pout," "Suppose we go below the htaiiv. And we what Uiml el wares; Are there for sale u hy, lets d toys ! The very thing for gills and boys :" "Oh, auntie, auntie, come right here, A iiiiisiediev ler papa, dear." "Oh, .lack: yeaM better buy a cow ; He has two :nusle-bee- new." "Hew many pennies does it cot Te buy a knile (for mine is lest) A jiiinping-jaek. Oh, Kcssle, see ! TliatV just what mamma says te me. An omnibus, and horses si v. And di iver pulling en the licks, lliiii'.ih ter sleds, I see a let, I wish I knew ju-t what they'll gel ' " Well, as they -ay .siLdewu a hit, I tear you'll have a nerveu lit. It Isn't late. wc'e plenty time. Se 1 will tell you all in rhyme " " Oh. auntie, de, 'twill be such tun, An 1 weu'l wink till you aiedene. A I tent ion, ISes-ic, still as mice, We'ie going te hear it awlul nice." ' Nnu te begin: Drums, trumpets and balls. Tea acts ami tables and coaches and dells. Velocipede-, elephants, steamboats and drays, Kitlics. and marbles and pep-guns and sleighs- K -Tv-thing uredtitl you'll liud in the -ten ; Hunting the city you wouldn't get mere. e out with our purse, I hope tell and strong The clei U-; aie -e busy they cannot wait long. l'iek out our toys and they'll make up a pack, .lust like ild Miit.i clans lias en his back. We won't have te scarry this bundle about ; They send it j lght home before you are out. And new, go up stairs, yeu'ic hungry, I see. We'll Ii.ive some bi cad and butter and tea. Then in I he parlor I'll tell little Hess, Someday we -h.ill c.nne ler a line wedding dies-. riI:ig-ainl euttit the trench say trousseau, But English i- modality better for you Theie i-5 everything heie that a lady can put On the ciewn ei her head or the -ole el her loot : Or wrap sound iier shoulders or ill round her waist, Or that mil be stitched en or pinned ou or laced, Ortiedenwith a Miiii;; or siuek en with a "& bow, In Irent or lichiiiil, above or below. But maybe I'm wieiig in pail el my tale, 1 never saw bangs or lrizzcs ler sale, Perluniery, poweci anil muji you will llnd, Brushes ami combs, very geed et their Kind ; Bedsteads anil bureaus and selas and chairs, Carpels and cuitaius (you llnd them up stairs), Easels and piciurt s and brackets and hooks, (lasses and hat racks te h tug up en hook- : llailiaie mid tiuwaieand plenty el brass, Cook stoves ler oil and heaters ler gas; And down in llieceiilreaeeuiiterthat's round, Behind which is everything el-e te be found. In wer.-tedsand tidies and Iringes and beads And baskets ami patterns, whatever one needs. Vases ami clock- ami ornaments tall. Te put in the pai ler or stand in the hall ; Table let If, napkins and blankets anil quilts Festooned upon aiehes or hung upon stilts. Papers and envelope-., pe-lals and stamp--.. Candle stii-ks. iccpiichcrs, goblets and lamps, Waileisand disiies lercicam and for llsh, And everything else you can ask lorerwih : China and silver and griddles ami pets, And, likely as mil, some heu-es and lets I" "'Oh, auntie, I knew that's a whopper yen tell : They couldn't have houses and let-, here te " sell." " Well, m.iy be net, come help me leek : I'll buy ler you a picture book. And Bessie, darling, don't you bill And break that be.iiitilul wa dell." "Oh auntie, something very queer Yeu see that lady exer heie .' Well, when you turn ear head almtil Sin: hid your money up the -peut.1' " Why that's all light, jeu little geese These tubes are ler that veiy Use." " But, auntie, that's a water-spout ! Hew will they get the bocseul" ' When you grew big I'll lell you hew. ' " I'm big enough te knew it new." ' Well, then, these- little hoc there Are carried up by means et air. As beats and ships by wind and tide in river and en ocean tide. Pneumatic tube", quite haid tesp.-. But by-and-bye you'll deit well." "1 don't believe they de, ler lair, Kail all their money in the air ! I knew Aunt Kate and Uncle Frank I'utay their money in a bank." "Oh yes, they're such a stingy pair They'll always keep their money there : And hang upon the chimney jam A stocking small ter I II tic Sam, And st nil' it full with nuts ami cakes (1 knew, the kind youraiintie makes). Far better, if in town te-day Willi herac and buggy, earland dray. Investing some few hoarded dimes, in buying gilts ler Christmas times. But here's papa; he's come, I guess Te take us home. Come Jack ami Bess." "And I imial tell the bey.s I meet. In Philadelphia, Chestnut street. They'll find the nicest, biggest store. They ever, oversaw before; 'in going te tell thsni nil abjut That thing I called a waterspout - t'licumatic tubes, 1 don't forget; I'll say it all the time, you bet ! And I shall get our paper man Te put it ail in if he can. New what's the name above the deer? 1 see, 'tis Wjinamakc i 's Mere." Shet it Down Ills Tlireal. The elder James A. Uay.inl was the Del aware senator of the times of Jellcrset: ami Madisen, and thu grandfather or the present Delaware senator. In the heat of discussion between Bayard aud a distin guished public man, eilensivc epithets were exchanged. A challenge te a duel followed, and was accepted. The parties went te the ground. Oiliccrs of the law ap. pcarcd en the spot te arrest them. As the seconds were parleying with the officers the principals Hud ou horseback along the same read. Passing a saw mill in an ob scure place, Bayard shouted te his antago nist te slop and wt'le I lie quarrel then aud there. They descended te the pit cf the saw mill, measured the distance for themselves, tossed up a copper for the word, took their places, aud at the first fire Bayard shot his antagonist riht in the mouth, thus literally driving his offensive epithets down his threat. n m Literature and Politics. A Senior Oration by K. J). IVlngereth, Class or 1881, V. Si 31. College, Medem civilization, as generally consid ered, is an outgrowth of intellectual de velopment. The mind, capahle of receiv ing and retaining the most delicate im picssiens, obtains its nourishment from every material clement of the universe. Every form of being or existence, whether pleasing or repulsive, when brought into contact with any of the senses, becomes an influence in meulding and forming the character of an individual. Deriving thus its nutriment from such an infinite variety of sources, the mind itself becomes a plas tic power, creates uew images, new clian nels of thought, and finds expression, ac cording te its nature, in the various arts and sciences. Wc will consider but one of these, Liter ature, and its influence en the state. By literature wc understand the expression of an individual's or a nation's ideas in writing. It exists in many different forms in dramas, epics, elegies, songs and ballads, in talcs of romance and chiv alry, in history, philosophy, and in all ether forms of word-composition. Com paratively few persons in ancient times were permitted te enjoy its benefits. The art of printing was then unknown, and for the masses literature existed only in im perfect native songs and ballads, orally transmitted from generation te generation. But the invention of the printing press created a new life for literature. It bietight en a grander, a sublimcr revolu tion than was ever enacted en the battle fields of a nation. It rescued from perpet ual darkness the rich treasures of the an cient classics and revived the languages in which Plate philosophized, Hemer and Virgil sang, and in which Xciiophen, Livy and Ctusar recorded the events of past ages. Literature assumed a distinct form. Beeks, magazines, pamphlets and news papers were in time printed and read ; aud civilized nations gradually discovered their influence by an intellectual aud moral progress which freed them, te a great ex tent, from the ignorance and superstition of preceding generations. Religion, also, spread its influence, and the Bible, instead of being chained te the sacred altar for preservation, became a general household treasure. Literature is siet confined te any partic ular state or nation ; it is a common pos session, varying according te the genius of the writers. AH the European nations have their literary representatives, vary ing from the mere scribe te the ' myriad minded" Shakspeare ; while our own Ar cadia, already immortalized in song and story, still cries out, " Excelsior." The influence of literary productions en politics, or the administration of public affairs, has always been recognized as of the utmost impoittince. Soldiers, statos states tr.i n and politicians , drink deep at its hc'thfiil fountains. In time of public calamity or distress, .some tiny song or poem, btcathing the sentiments of an anxious people, will arouse the drooping spirits of a laud and carry it en te peace and victory. "I lie man who writes the songs of a nation need net care who makes its laws." In the French revolution the pen was mightier than the sword ; for the .Marseilles, sung by enraptured thousands, fired the souls of the beleagucted hosts and bore them in the battles din te exalted deeds of heroism. The sweet songs of a Heine, a 3Ioere or a Burns, expressing the tenderer emotions of the heart, the patri otic zeal of the statesman, or the quiet musings of the fireside,' ennoble the masses and elevate them te a higher, a purer and a nobler manhood. Who can estimate the influence a .Vine's ' Com mon Sense" had in resetting our own land from iirilisli tliraldein .' or that el an "Uncle Tem's Cabin," se iudi.ssehibly connected with the emancipation of the Southern slave? Frem the German troubadours who humored and delighted" the court or England, up te the present time, literature has been an indispensable factor in the existence and government of nations. It will permeate every individual within its course. Its spirit cannot be hemmed in by any form of jurisprudence. Its subtle power, which is mightier than the sceptre of a king, can dctet mint: the destiny of nations. Whatever political dissatisfactions may exist in our country, the reconciliation should be entrusted te the healing influ ence of literature. The Wire and the yviiy should be forgotten ; and when we decor ate the graves of our battle-slain, wc should strew the roses en the .soldier, nor. en " These in the rellings or glory. These, in the gloom et detent.'' Then a solid North would im:f a solid Seuth ; the Republican and the Democrat would unite in aspiring te make (heir country the noblest criterion of national existence. AVicked ler Clergjmcii. "I believe it te be all wrong and even wick ed ler clergymen or ether piiblieineii te be led into giving testimonials te quack doctors or vile st litis called medicines, but w hen a i cully ineritoiieiis article is made up el common valuable remedies known te all, and that all physicians use and trust in daily, we should lively commend It. I therelere eheerliilly and heailily eeiiimeiiii Hep Bitters ter the geed they have done me. and my triends. (irmly be lieving they have no equal for lamlly use. 1 will net be. without them." Rev. , Washington, 1). C. dl.VJwd&w 1 Am All Played Out" is a common complaint. II you led i geta packagfef Kidney-Weil and take il and von will at once leel ils tonic power. II icnews the healthy action of the kidneys, bowels and liver, ami thus restores the natural lile and strength te the weary body. It can new bn had in either dry or liquid lerm. and in either way is always prompt, and cl'lcient. AVie Jlcilertl Slandard, d20-lwd..w groceries. f llllt'STMAS WINKS AMI LIOHOK AT RINGWALT'S ALSO Fresh Groceries and Pure Spices. Candy. Nut.-, &c, all at Se. ftfi WEST KING STREET. rilKY A POUND OF TUK DELICIOUS 8 o'clock Breakfast Coffee. :e:- ATLANTIC-AND PACIFIC TEA CO., Ill NORTH QUEEN STREET, dl'Mjanl Lancaster, Pa. Pure Fresli Mixed Candy. Crystallized Fruits, Apricots and Cherries. FINK FIGS at '-Vic. a bear. FIXE FRENCH PRUNES in Jar-, also, by the pound. A FULL LINE CANNED FItUIT. CHOICE COFFEES, FINE TEAS, AT D. S. BURSK'S, NO. IT EAST KIHG STREET. Me Cista tan Flerida Orangc9, Valencia Oranges Solid Sweet White Grapes, 20 and i'c. per pound Fine Raisins, Princess P. S. Almonds, 40 and 45c. per pound ; Cream N:it, Filberts. En-dish Walnuts, Pecan Xuts, Shcilbarks, .fce. DJtT GOODS, VXDERWEAJt, C. LADIES' COATS, LADIES' COATS, LADIES' COsTS. Wc would call the attention et the ladles te our large stock of the above goods, which have all been REDUCED IX PRICE TO EFFECT RAPID SALES. These in want should before purchasing. net fail te sec them FAHNESTOCK'S, Next Doer te the Court Heuse. Holiday Goods. Holiday Goods. Holiday Goods. & Areeiiering a Large and Attractive Assert incut of goods suitable ler HOLIDAY GIFTS Laflies, Gentlemen ana Children. HOLIDAY GOODS. HOLIDAY GOODS. HOLIDAY GOODS. H Ol.IUAY GOODS. HOLIDAY GOODS! HOLIDAY GOODS! HOLIDAY GOODS! We have opened te day An Entire New Line HAVILAND'S CHINA, FRUIT PLATES, COMPORTS, AND DESSERT SAUCERS TO .MATCH. ART PLAQUES, WITH RASKLS. SOLITAIRE SETS, TEA SETS, MOUSTACHE COFFEES. Coupe and Saxen Teas. ALL THESE GOODS ARE ELEGANTLY DECORATED, AND ARE VERY LOW IN PRICE. NOVELTIES IX MAJOLICA WAKEL LARGEST LINE OF DECORATED CIIAMKEK SETS IN THE CITY. ". Me a M at Oer Windows! 3Vc respectfully solicit a call. J. B. MARTIN & CO., Cor. West King and Prince Sts. 1 ; LA.NCASTER.-PA. l)Ai, F: r; BBTM TttttHUXBS, SOTIOXS, JtC. A STRIC1I IIKU.'S ADVKItWSEMENT. During Christmas week we Intend present ing an array et bargains In our MILLINEHY DEPARTMENT, Which will be found well worthy the atten tion ei Ladies. We have reduced all our Untt-lmtned Hats te the Uniform price of FEATHERS, WINGS, BIRDS, JIUKASTS AND JET FEATHERS AT RE- 31.VRIvAI.LE LOW PRICES. We give timely notice that if you desire te get the choicest selection et HOLIDAY PRESENTS Yeu must come early in the week and EARLY av rush in all departments.' We have made special priced in our DOLLS. Yeu will Unit one et the bent asserted stock et HULLS of every description. Yeu will acknowledge the lowness of our prices alter inspection, and it you come te buy will de se. What presents mere SUITABLE than Handsome LACK TIES or FICHUS We have lately opened a new let of Hand some Lace Goods ; yen will llnd the prlcus low. Napkins, Towels, Table Cleths, a specialty. Ladies' Underwear a Specialty. FANCY GOODS. POCKET-BOOKS, WORK BOXES, AUTO GRAPH ALBUMS, PHOTOGRAPH AL BUMS?, LEATHER SATCHELS AND .JAPANESE WAKE. We cull your special attention te NO OLD STOCK. The Richest Designs, Celers and Qualities prices that will astonish our customers. at COME EARLY in the week and day te avoid the afternoon rush. Yeu will be able te.buy mere comlert ably ami have a better selection te choe.so I mm. KID GLOVES. We keep constantly ou hand A GOOD STOCK OF GOOD KID GLOVES, 3 ANI C P.UTTONS, in I Hack, White, Cream, Flesh, Slates. Faw us, Old Geld, and All Oilier Fashionable Celers. We undoubtedly sell the best article for the money ami guarantee entire satilactleu te every ciMeuic r. A lull assm tmciit of all kinds et WINTER GLOYES, ter Ludie.-, Gents and Children, suitable for CHRISTMAS GIFTS. ASTBICI BR0.'S 13 EAST KING STREES, LANCASTER. PA. HaitaB JXWELUT. T?iifiN WATCHES. Al.l. KTVf.Kx limn Ml.... .. a ..,,- a An ..i ... t " S7"cr auu ""., w " . unains, etc.. sent C. O. D. te be examined. Write ler Cata logue te Standard American Watch Company. Plttsbnrgh, Pa. LOUIS WKBKR, WATCHMAKER. NO.J39X NORTH yUEEN STKEET.nearP. R. K. Depot, Lancaster, Pa. Geld, Silver and Nickel-cased watches. Chains, Clocks, 4c. Agent ter the celebrated Pantoscepic Specta cles and Eye-Glasses. Repairing a specialty, aprl-lyd NOTICE! THAT THE LINE OF JEWEL CASKETS Ne w en exhibition at A. KIIOADS'S JEWELKV STORE is the Finest and Most Elegant Assort ment ever brought te tills city. AUGUSTUS RHOADS, JEWELER, Se. 20 Eust Kins Street, Lancaster, Fa. CHRISTMAS PRESENTS. DIAMONDS.- A large stock et splendid Seil talie Ear-Rings with Lace Phis te match. CHRISTMAS PRESENTS. WATCHES. The great leatura or this season is the introduction of thestumlard Watch Greatest value for its prica. "CHRISTMAS PRESENTS. PORCELAINS. Elegant, assortment of varied ami novel styles. Vases, Cups, Saucers Plates, Cabinet Decorations, Ac. CHRISTMAS PRESENTS. SILVER AND PLATED WARE. An iinnu ni; variety or articles or original design ami faultless taste. CHRISTMAS PRESENTS. " JEWELRY. A rcat stock or all varieties et Jewelry for ladies and t;eiitlemcu. Lae: Pius. Slctne ltuttein, Kracfl'-ts, Stall Pins, Rings, Ear-Rinjjs. Every article Is marked at its lewe-t pi ice which will net he changed. BAILEY, BANKS & BIDDLE, 12T1I AND CHESTNUT STS., PHILADELPHIA. ecn20-3inilT T&S liltY UOODS. TVTOVELTJKS IN SCAKP PINS. THE "BERNHARDT" GREYHOUND PIN UNDERSHIRTS AXI) DKAWERS, AT E. J. ERISMAN'S, THE S1IIRTMAKER, M NORTH OlIKKN STREET CHRISTMAS (iUODS, CHRISTMAS UOODS, In Lare (Quantities, In Lurgc (intuitu ics, i-clllug at Lew Prices, Selling at Lew- Price, AT tilVLER, UOJVERS .t HURST'S, AT UIVLER, ROWERS Jfc HURsTS, Se. 25 East King Street. Xe.23 East Kins Street. Elegant assert mcntel Japanese Ware and Leather d'oeds oTalniest every de scription. These goods we arc Ncllingulaheut one-half the cost or importation. We have marked them very low in order te cIome out the whole let hy Clliisluias Eve. Wu linvualse agrcatniimher on.iiick en.iiick knacksatavcrysuiall cost out d" which many suitable gilts can he sel.cted ler Girls and Heys. Eer Ladies' aniKjcnts wear wc have an endless assortment et Tics and Rows, Kid (! loves and Caster Gloves, Silk and Linen Handkcrchicis, Gossamer Water Water Water proels, Silk and Alpaca Umhrclla, Col Cel lars and CuiTd, Ac. Wc call attention te a few pieces or Itlack Silk just re ceived, which wc have marked vCiy low. These goods wc warrant net te crack or break. Wc invite Special Examination, We Invite Special Examination, Of our Goods In Every Department, Of our Goods In Every Departnif nt. As we have made Prices Exceedingly Lew. Aswc have made Prices Exceedingly Lew. The Qualities or our Goods will he found te he the IJcst. The Qualities of our Goods will he found te be the Rest. Itctevc Making yenr Purchases give us a Call, llefere Making your Purchases give us a Call. NOTE. We open te-day, December 22, another large let or Holiday Novel ties, which we will eirer at special low prices. Givler, Bewers & Hurst, Ne. 25 East Kin? Street, MKS. C. LILLEK, LADIES' HAIKDH1C5SE1C Maiiuructurcrnud Dealer in Hair Werk Ladies and Gents' Wigs. Combings straightened and made te enler. Hair Jewelry erall kinds made up. Alse, Kid Glevesand Feat hers cleaned and dyed, at Nes. 225 and 227 North Queen street four doers above P. IL K. Depot. el-3md " DRY GEEAT BARGAINS IN CLOAKS AND DOLMANS. WATT, SHAND & COMPANY have made large purchases of these goods awav Ih-Iov if V.5y-MKL,Y TRIMMED DOLMANS at $8 an Rare Value In LADIES' me ks ,.t i-7 Vif? One Let L. AD1ES GREY ULSTER CLOTH l':ilA'i'S nti rk wnnl.l Iw. .hn, . m JUST OPENED HOLIDAY GOODS. JmviiMvu Wfrt riiMA.A - . at LOWEST CITY PuicES. -c",e, Kleto NEW YORK STORE, 8 AND 10 EAST KING STREET. NEW GOODS FOR THE HOLIDAYS, &TTM)AKER'S etebiue oRer1iS'lNc:WN"4i'sh"'l!,,;!an,lC1,eal,Snk Handketchieft, Laee Tics, Bt DAKER's"1 CeTSCt- Kl(1 a,Ml Lis, Thread G,eves Hosiery, &c, call at QUN A Full Line of Fancy Articles .suitable for a NICE CHRISTMAS PRESENT, ?fti'rfenat SpiDAIvEirS. Alse, an inducement in the MILLINERY DE l AUlAILaA T, with a view te closing out the entire Stock. Plush Bennets and Hats offered at a Sacrifice. Plush and Velvets all Shadea, sold cheap. Bennets and Hats in French and Weel Felts, for 50 and 75c. CSTOivc us a call aiuTcxanihiu out .-duck, at GUNDAKER'S, 142 & 144 North Queen Street, Lancaster, Pa. GREAT SLAUGHTER IN CLOTHTNa GRAID IARK DOWI AT CE5TTRE HAIL. Will he -old in sixty .lay-, TEX TIKd'sA.M IinI.LAI WORTH of HEAVY WINTER CLOTHING, Without lejjard te cost. Xeiv i- veur time i. . money, Rcady-mailu or Made te order. OVERCOATS IX Fer Men leuthsand Heys. Men's dyh . iievs cieiliiiiif, a very Choice ariety. st iMui l urn in can ami -ccure -ei uc of MYERS & Ne. 12 EAST KIXU STKEET, VOAL. B. K. JUAUTIN, Wholesale and Retail Dealcz.-iii all kimN.-i LUM1.ER AND COAL. S-Yard: Ne. 420 North Water and runic streets above Lemen. Lancaster. u t-Iyd COHO & WILEY, 3.1 SOUTH WATER ST., Lnnct.itir, J.t.f Wholesale and Retail Dealers in LUMBER AND COAL. Connection Willi the Telephenic: Eirtianc. Rranch Ollice : Ne. ;: NORTH DPKEsT. rel.i-ly.t no te REILLY & KELLER 00D, CLEAN FAMILY COAL,! Kariuert. ami ethers in want et Superior ' Manure will 11 m I it te their advantage te call. I Yard, llarrisbnrg Pike. t . Ollice. 2i) East IMiCNtimt Mrcet. aglT-ttd COAL! COAL!! Fer soed, clean Family and all ether kind COAL go te of RUSSBL. & SHUIiMYBB'S. Quality and Weight guaranteed. Orders rc spectlully solicited. OFFICE: S2 East King Street. YAKI): (!18 North I'rmee Street. auglt-taprlSR VUIXA jLSO OLASSWARt.. I rOI.IDAY GOODS. AT CHINA HALL. We are Opening Daily Xew HOLIDAY GOODS IX HAVILAND CHINA. MAJOLIC V WARE, FANCY GOODS. GLASMVAI :k, DKCORATEI) CHAMKEIt SETS. Allet' tin and at the I'inc-t Quality and Decorations LOWEST PRICES. aS'GlVE t'S A CALL. HIGH & MARTIN, 15 EAST KINO STREET. trURXITURR, HOLIDAY GOODS! Widmyer & Ricksccker's. A Large Variety et FOLDING CHAIRS, FOLDING ROCKERS, MII.TOXJIODY TA PESTi: Y RR VNHF.I.H. PINE EBONY CABINETS, PATENT ROCKERS, Perforated and Ratan Beckers. FOOT-RESTS, P.OOT-HO. ES GLASSES. and LOOKING CHIIiDREN'S ROCKERS, AND TABLE CHAIRS, PARLOR SUITS, C1IASIRER SUITS, DIN ING ROOSI FURNITURE. S.B.COR.EAST KING AND DDKB STS., LANCASTER, PA. d"w-l 3in I UOOD.t. -ret- c manufacturer's prices. d $10 each, worth 25 per cent. mere. AN ELEGANT LINE OF arc. Thousands of tare and beautiful articles MILLIXXUX -AT- VIMTiitXU. iin-a K'wd Miitet Clothing for very litth- GREAT VARIETY, - iMiiN, .Men'- I'.ii-inc--, .-nit-. Youth. Mills in evciv tile Ijar.'ains. RATHFON, LANCASTER, PEX.VA. r TJi A rULEtUP U Vlltt: I - LANCASTEK ANU ailLLKKMYlIXK U. K Cars run as fellows : : Leave Lancat-cr P.'R. Dvnel), at 7, I II:Jila.ni.,and 2, t. and S M p. in., cxt s;l!'.:rdav. when the hint mr linrej .1 . , Hll.t except en 1 . -. ' --- .... wt ... mi ir. es at 'J-Ju p. tii . laavi; jllllei-sville (lower cud) at 5, S, an. a. M., and 1. 3. 5 ami 7 e. 111. i Cars run daily en above time except en Sun daw lOLCUHIA ANI l'OKT UEl'OSIT K. K runrcirularlveii tlii-i'iiiiiii.iaa j Trains new run re 1 and Pert I time- Deposit Uuilrend en the tollewiiiK r VTIONS Nltl.T.1 V. !tn. Express. Express. Accen. j A.M. V. M. . U. C.35 ::-.zi idP 7:12 4:28 3:18 -V 5:11 3:21 8:25 5:40 . I PoitDciiesit.. Peachhottem.. 1 Safe Harber... i Columbia Stations Seuth-; Express. Express. Acceiu. waki. j a. si. . Jf. A. M. Celuiubhi. j 11:4,1 firJU 7-45 . , -- 6: AttWk; Mite Hurber. 12:14 p.m. L'.l-.4l 'e:ichlottem 127 7::t2 n.07 I v k Pert Deposit I 1:30 8a)5 12:25 TEADlNiCOLUaiIHA K.K. A RRA.VG EM EXT OF PASSENG ER TWAINS. OCTORElTi-.Tif, IS). NORTHWARD. LKAVB. Quarryvlllc laiim-astcr, Klng&t Laiu-tistiT , Celuinhia AIUUVK. Reading A.M. :45 7:5T, P.M. P.M. A.M. 7( J-JBI tCIO 2:30 3: te 3.0 XM 1:05 1:1(1 3:10 10:115 k20 5JM) SOUTHWARD. LUAVC Reading AltltlVU. Columbia Lancaster. Lancaster. Kingbt. P.X. 5:00 &:lu r,-4i Quarry vllle. 1 rains connect at Reading with trains te ami Ireni Philadelphia, Pettsvillc. llarrislnirg. Al Al entewii mid New Yerk, via Round Rroek i Reute. At Columbia with trains te and from Yerk. Hanover, Gettysburg, Frederick and Haiti! ''" A. M. WIWON. Supt. PKNNSVI.VANIA KAII.KOAD-NKW Ji...!I.E.,!ULK n :t,,,l aftr SUNDAY NO KMKERSth, l.sse, tniinsen the Pennsyl vani:i Railroad will arrive and leave the Ijiii e.iti" and Philadelphia depots as fellows Eastward. A.M. A.M. P.M. 8:0.'. ;i2:iw C:10 P.M. 10:1.1 2:10 8:31 10:07 2:10 8:10 10:18 .... 8:20 llrJO .... 9rJ5 Arrive Phllad'a 4:15 a.m 7:40 Ithle"' 1301 r.M. 3:45"" 5:00 5-30 " :45 J-J0 - Philadelphia Express, Fast Line Yerk Accen. Arrives; Ifarrishurg Express DillcrvilIoAccein. Arrives, Columbia Accommodation, Frederick Ac-corn. Arrives, Pacific Express, Sunday Mail Johnstown Express, Day Express, Harrishurg Accommedut'ii, WjfflTWAItD. -Lcuve I Arrive 1'hlIad'alLunc'ter V ay Passenger, Mail Train Ne. I.via ML Jey, Mall Train Ne.2,via Cel'ldii, li-le A.M, T-2U " ftfOA.M le:20 " 10.25 ' I1.-05 " IG-JiU ' .luganiaT uiiicage isxprcss Leave Lanc'tcr 2:10 a.m. OrJO " 8:( 8:05 ' 8:1.1 ifclO " 1:35 " 1:40 p.m. 2:00 " 3:06 " 4:3.1 6.-25 " !l-0 - "8:(I0 " lK) ' sdi!p.M. 4:00 " 5d0 6:25 " 9:10 ll- " hhm.i.v iuaii, , rast Line........... ..... i35 P.M. 2:4 2-JiO ' 5:45 " 7-2C 7-30 8-30 Frederick Accommodation, DilIervlllcL0cul.vI11Mt.J0y iiarriseiirg AcceniiniMial n, Columbia Accommodation, Harrishurg Express, PitLsbiirg Exprens, Cincinnati Express, Pacillc Express, , 11.30 " 2.40 A.M Pacillc Express, cast, en Sunday, when ling gcd, will step at Mlddletewn, Kill Sit. Jey, Lan.Ilsvllle, Itlrd-in-llai Place, Gap, Christiana, Parkesbu :ilzals-thtewu tint. Leniaii 'arkiHlinr lUmit-u villc, Oaklandxind Glen Lech. fast Line west, en Sunday, when flagged, will step at Downingtewn.Coatesvillc, Parkes Parkes Parkes biirg,Mt.Joy,ElizalH!tlitewnandSIIddleUwn. llanoveracceinmoilation west, connecting at I.'iucaster with Niagara and Chicago Express at 11:00 a. m., will run through te Hanover. rcslcrick Accommodation, west, connects at lancastcr, with Fast Line, west, at 2:35 p. m., and will run tureuah te Frederick. 'IUKK NOTIUK THAT ALL THE UtlT- A. stuiidingand unnald citv tax for the vear isw, new in me nanus 01 me collectors 01 1110 several wards, must be paid en or before WEDNESDA.TIIE2!lTiriAY or DECEM 15 ER. A. D.. lsse, as iiuuieillatcly artcr that date the same will be placed In the liands et thu citysollciterlor collection. dccl-ttd rilllR KMPOKIDM FOK HOLIDAY PKKS X ENTS. Presents rer all at FREY'S CITY " PHARMACY. North Queen, corner Orange street, Lancaster, Pa. An Immense variety et Toilet Sets. Indies' and Gents' Companions, Ladies' Cabbas, Russia Leather and Seal Skin Pocket-Reeks, letter and Card Cases, Fans, Cigar Cases, ,tc. Fine Colognes, Toilet Waters, Cut Glass Rettles, Ac. 4S-CALL AND EXASUNE.