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L ANClSTER'BAlLY flnaGJKCiR, SATURDAY. JAJftJARY 1880.
Lecal SetaUtnanU en a Third Term.
The New Era recalls the fact that at the
Republican state convention, held at
Harrisburg, August 19, 1874, a resolution
endorsing the third term principle and
pledging Pennsylvania te Gen. Grant, in
the event of his candidacy, was voted
down with loud bheuts of disapproval, and
that the late Mr. Dickey, of this county,
made an earnest speech against the third
term in which he said :
I don't believe that he Giant has such
an aspiration ; but if he has, then it is
time for the great Republican party te say,
one an all, that they will stand by the
precedent of Washington and the fathers
of the republic a prccceent that has be
come the common law of the nation. Ne
responsible party of men of any class, of
any political complexion in this bread land
for a moment dreams of a necessity of
having anybody violate that precedent of
In the state convention et lbiG, held in
Lancaster, Harry Huhn introduced an
anti-third term resolution and the conven
tion, including a number of the present
state cemmitcc, resolved with singular
enthusiasm and unanimity :
That we decline a firm and unqualified
adherence te the unwritten- law of the
" republic, which wisely and under the
sanction of the most venerable examples,
limits the presidential service of any citi
zen te two terms ; and we, the Republi
cans of Pennsylvania, in recognition of
this law, are unalterably opposed te the
election te the presidency of any person
for a third term.
It will be seen that this plank was net
only strong and 'unqualified" in its terms
but it expressed what was declared te be
the "unalterable" opposition of the Penn
sylvania Republicans. Xcvcitheless we
liave seen the very men who passed that
resolution or allowed it te be passed re
versing themselves, and we have little con
fidence that the position then assumed
will be maintained even by these who
still profess te adhere te it. The J're.ti.
edited by Blaine's closest friend in this
.state, shows jjreat weakness en the ques
tion ; the Inquirer here, which used te be
reliably anti-Cameren, is quite ready te
drop en the ether side of the fence, and ex
perience has proven hew uncertain even
the Era is, when it comes te the pinch.
We may yet see it after its "unalterable"
opposition and give its " unqualified" sup
port te a third term.
This morning we were shown a very hand"
some set of parlor furniture, which was manu
factured at the shop et Walter A. Helnitsh, ou
East King street. It Is made of beautifully
carved walnut, with French veneer, and is
upholstered in handsome raw silk, of a fine
quality. The upholstering was done by Mr.
Heinitsh himself. The set consists of a patent
rocker, four wall chairs, an arm chair and a
sela. It is already Feld, as is another one like
it yet te be made. At the same shop we also
noticed two pretty chairs, upholstered in bre-catclli-.
After tlii.-) date the undersigned will occupy
the new Tobacco Warehouse, Ne. 2X5 North
Shlppcn street, adjoining the Pennsylvania
Railroad, removing from Ne. 8 East Chestnut
street. The general business el " Packer, Com
mission Merchant and Wholesale Healer in
Leaf Tobacco' will be continued.
dec-m-etd lewcaster. Pa., Dec. 3;, 1S79.
AS THIS IS .OUR USUAL TIME OF TAKING ACCOUNT OF STOCK AND
IN ORDER TO REDUCE THE SAME WE SHALL OFFER MANY
SATURDAY EVENING, JAN. 3, 1880.
ONE MILLION DOLLARS.-
Stupenalea of a California w'Vt
Uncle Tem's Cabin.'1 Rial and Draper's
company, which arrived here this morning,
appear ;in Hie opera house this ifternoen ar.d
evening, in the play of" Uncle Tem's Cabin."
They have an ugly, fierce-looking Siberian
bloodhound with them, which Is introduced
in the play. He was led tin eugh the streets
this morning and attracted a great deal of at
tention. The Hurri-burg Independent say.
that the troupe gave the play in tliat city en
Thursday evening te a large house, and their
rendition of it was very geed.
Kate Clarien On Monday evening w e are te
have that popular little sctres-, Miss Kate
Claxton, lieie in her new pl-iv. She comes di-
roetfiem Washington, where she is new play
ing, bringing with her new .scenery, costume,
Ace., besides a huge company, including old
favorites. In the third act or the play a live
baby is intieduced.
Variety Kntertuhiiuent. Jehn D.Mishler has
brought a number of companies here this sea
son, and almost every one was lii-st-clas, of its
kind. The variety troune el Watsen. Ellis
ami Kernells is no exception, and our citi
zens ill net b-able te witness as geed a. show
ter some time te come at such low prices. They
en Tuesday ceiling.
Bargains in Every Department.
'We specially invite examination.
GIVLEE, BCTWEKS & HTJEST,
DRY GOODS, NOTION AND CAEPET HOUSE,
25 EAST KING STREET.
Washington, Jan. 3. Fer the lower
lake region and Middle Atlantic states,
rising followed by falling barometer,
cooler northeast veering te warmer south
erly winds, with cloudy weather and rain
or snow, except possibly easterly winds in
San Fbatcisce, Jan. 3. The CapiUfv-
sayings bank at Sacremente closed iUr?
doers yesterday. It is believed the se-: c
pension will involve a-less of ft 1. 000 nm - y
. - ztz: z J,
lew lern .Market. r -
New Yerk, Jan. 3.-Fleur State and Westara . tl
"A. -J1"" ," euyers iaver;
INSURE YOUR PROPERTY IN TUB HEsT
BAUSMAN & BURNS'.
29-tlcedi: Office : Xe. 10 West Orange St.
GRAND SET OUT ! GRAND SET OUT ! !
This evening, at the
ISO Xerth Queen street. Keiker's celebrated
beer en tap. Come one. come till.
It JOHN SCHOENBERGER, Prep'r.
XEir AD rEltTISEJZEXTS.
l.illle ;irl Scicrely Injured.
This meiiiing about hail past eleven
o'clock, a team of horses belonging te a
countryman, was being driven along West
Lemen .stiecf. When near Charlette
.street the animals frightened and stai ted te
run. At the time a little girl named
Lama CSreB-s, between 11 and 12 years of
age, was crossing Lemen -street, and the
horses mn against hcr.knecking her down.
She was trampled by the animals and was
dragged for some distance. She was
quickly picked up and was taken te the
house of Win. Kahl, en West James street,
where she resides. Dr. Yeaglcy was sent
for and he attended her injuries. She was
found te be terribly bruised about the
body and head, J although no bones
are broken. The physician says her in
juries are net serious, but without proper
attention she might be a cripple for life.
Hew the girl escaped being killed is a
mystery, as persons who witnessed the ac
cident were positive that .she had been
trampled te death.
Bargains at Givler, Bewers A llur-t
Watches and Clocks at Bewman V
Ceal ut Ku-cl & Shiiltuycr's.
Wat Hies, Ac., at A. Rhe.ids's.
See Hager' s Advertisement.
Suitings, Ac, ut Sinaliug's.
Mi'wiiH Heuse Restaurant,
rranke's Winter G.udt-n.
Lunch at Old s-eheney's.
rurnituic at IIHiiitsh'.-,.
Five Hollars liew.trd.
(jauku aicAirr and pics
O This evening at the
-M.VXOl. HOTEL, WEST KING STUEET.
ltd W'M. REHM, l'rep'r.
j The annual meeting of the Stockholders
et the Tanners' Northern Market Company
will be held at the office in the Market Heuse,
en MONDAY. JANUARY 12, 18S0, between the
hours of 1 and 2 o'clock p. in., at which time an
election ler nine Directors will take place.
TEVENS HOUSE REST AUK ANT.
The undcrsi-rned has tiiken charirc of the
Stevens Heuse IJestaurant and will always be
prepared te furnish meals at all hours. Oys
ters and game in season, etc. Particular atten
tion paid te cooking steamed oysters, and the
only place in town where you can get their,
ltd II COPLAND.
Lunch at Itehm's.
(Je te China Hall.
details see advertisinj;
What a 1'ily
that the ntherui-iu beautilitl girl should have
sueh bad teeth. Ami all because she did net
use .-O.ODONT. It ces's .se little te buy it
eeiisidciing thegoed it de.-s, and its benefits
stretch out into her luture "iilc. Peer girl.'
The president and managers of the Lan
caster and Susquehanna turnpike reud have
declared a dividend of three anil ene-tweltth
per cent, en the capital stock of the company,
payable en demii ml at the office el the treas
urer. W. P. BKINTON, Treasurer.
j:in'J-3td as Seuth Queen street.
COTTONS AND LINENS !
COTTONS AND LINENS !
HAGER & BROTHER
Are offering at less than present value Large Lines of
BLEACHED AND UNBLEACHED MUSLINS.
BLEACHED AND UNBLEACHED SHEETINGS,
TABLE LINENS AND NAPKINS,
LINEN TOWELS AND TOWELIXGS,
TURKEY BED DAMASKS.
MAR3AIL-TY33 AND CRDaHST QUILTS, BLANKETS, TICKINGS,
CHECKS, PRINTS AND GINGHAMS,
MURDER AND ARSON.
The Deuble Crime Confessed by William
Montreal, Jan. 3. Regarding the re
pert of List Friday of a man named Mul
ligan being burned te death in his shanty
near Sherbrooke, a warrant was issued
en Tuesday te have the house of William
Gray searched. Several articles of Mulli
gan's were found there. Gray, who is an
American, was at once apprehended.
The coroner's jury returned a verdict
that Themas Mulligan was murdered, that
William Gray was the principal or one of
the principals in committing the deed, and
that Mrs. Gray was an accessory after the
fact. "Beth prisoners were removed te
Later advices from Sherbrooke saj that
Gray has confessed.
supcrnne state ;y,.
"w ; cru no u uj( 35 ? choice de JG SUA. .
i.MH-iP 40,-5'5 -75; round hoop Onte VJ
u JUge ,5; choice de ft; rinti7 7S. amUin. i
Western 5 70(i:cnmmrkii tnmmi1aMi .i.iri
eeO; choice de de W 3S3 30; choice whlt
wheat de a 507; Southern quiet S.
heavy; comineii te fair extra Sd i336 88 88
geed te choice de J OOkJS 50. -'
1,S',ea,"luIl;,,.ri,?SMenilual: Ne. 1 White
?Ac levcer ; r eb. by cental $2 Xt ; Ne. 2 Red
Jan. $1 o7:de red Feb. $lt.
Cern JiK lower and dull; Mixed Western
spot liKic ; de luture 6061c - -
Oats steady ; state 50X$c ; Western 50332Jc
PuiLADELruiA, January 3.-Fleur .-quiet ; '4
superllne 50g5 tx); extra J 50gti 00; J
Ohie and Indiana family 7307 25; Pcna'a -H
tamily $6 7HJ7 25 ; St. LeuLs fumUy iTSQj 73 ; -fi
Minnesota Kamilv : 7.VB7 -n . V...L"' .. J - "1
Mauietta. Pa.. Dee. 13. 171).
We the undcrst-ined have enteied into D.irt-
ncrship for maiiuiacturingeigai,and dealing
in tobacco, under the name and style of Ben
nett & Haldeman.
ICTOU M. HALDEMAN.
The above geed were purchased several months since in anticipation of an advance and
rill be sold while they hut at low prices. We invite the special attention of housekeepers
- HAGER & BRO.
Sir Carnet TVelselev Says the Condition of
Things Huh Heuu Greatly Exaggerated.
Londen-, Jan. 3. A despatch dated Cape
Town, Dec. 1G, te the Times, says : ' Sir
Garnet Wolseley has telegraphed te Sir
liartle Frerc, governor of the Cape of Geed
Hepe, net te believe the alarming reports
from the Transvaal. He says that there
was a great want of unanimity among the
Beers at their recent meeting at which a
resolution was adopted in favor of main
taining the demand for the independence
of the Transvaal.
hisih irrades Sii..
Bye flour unchanged.
Cemmeal Brandy wine unchanged.
i wat ""J nd steady ; Ne. 3 Western Bed.
1 5riy, ; Peim'a red $1 M,' ; Amber 1 52). -
mixed S. m? tettnMr30e.- J"-'
iVtU '3L.!Vet,lUiI flnn; Southern and Penn'a
m'xetii8WCStCrU 1"'U0 4C: We-lera-
Bye dull anil lower ; Western JBc ; Pa. 08c..
Irovisieu dull; mtss perk U00 asked-
hl'f h.'ltnu 1I l . In.1l .T.t T.. . .
smoked shoulders JiasJic; salt de 5c;
sineked hams lellc : nieklcd ham gy!un
TIIK SICK LIST.
3-COX & CO.'S OLD STAND.-59
COR. DUKE AND VINE STS., LANCASTER, PA.
Ne Mere Hard Times.
1 1' you step spending se much en due
clothes, rich feed and style, buy geed, healthy
feed, cheap and better clothing : get mere real
and substantial things el" life every way, and
especially step the toelish habit of employing
expeusiw quack doctors or using se much of
the He humbug medicine that does you only
harm, but put your trust in that simple, pure
remedy, Hep Bitters, that cures always, at a
tiitlingcest, and jeu v. ill see geed times and
have geed health. ec another column.
Try Lecher's, Cough Syrup.
J. F. Davis, el Portsmouth, Ohie, sold in one
year fourteen thousand boxes et '.sellers'
Liver Pills." Try them.
TUSSKL ic suvuivti:,
Continue te receive and deliver the very best
Ceal te their customers, and hope te leeelve a
liberal share et their patronage. Orders lelt at
tlieir eflice, 15 East King utreet, premptlv at
tended te. ltd
On Tlll'BSDAY. JAN. 8. en the old Kurtz
fum, one mile northeast of Lancaster city,
one mile eastward of Litiz turnpike, one
seven-year-old sorrel mate, eight cows, one
buggy, several wagons, harness, anil a general
assortment et farming implements.
.sale te commence at 121 o'clock and terms
made known by DATS'IEL KEG LEY,
HCMtv biiuisiaiT, Auct. jan:!-2tdS.tT
The tonic eii'cet of Kidney-Wert is produced
by its cleanliness and puiifving action en the
I 1.1... ..1 Ml. .1 :. .. li.. .i :. ...
.,,,-,,, , ,..., tii "1""'. " "in- luciu i, a i;iii'llY lllM)sn in
...iiuvil....un.inu.iiu1iim .iiini, . .JUilil I !, uvi in. nrm
i lie follewin-' sales have been recently
S. Itnhrcr has purchased 1'iem Henry
jMyei.s 2 acres at 2-1, 10 and i ; Jeseph Mil
ler 3 acres at 2-1, 10 and.; A. Laise H
acres at 2:5, 10 and ; J. Diflcnbaeh fl
acres at 25, 20 and ..
Jlr. ratman lias purchased irem jlany can think of. Try
Mayer 2 acres at "50, 13 and . : L. Uurk- ! and you will bedell;
hart :! acres at 21, 10 and i ; P. Starr 2
acres at 21, 10and.; J. Scitz 1 acres at
2;), i) and 4 ; J. Welbcrt 2 acres at 22), 0 and
4 : I). Ib-own 2 acres at 24. 8 ami 4.
Icy, ropy urine Irem disorder
ed Kidnej-, it cures without tail. Constipation
and Piles readily yield te itsi-athartieand heal heal
peucr. Use Lechor's Hoi.e and Cattle Powders.
Nauseous medicines sceuiall that the doctors
'Sellers' Cough Syrup,"
hted beyond measiiiv.
Mr. Spingarn has bought from Isaac
JJuch 15 acres at 21, 10 and ..
Cuius kek Cornn eit Celd. As een :h theie
is the slightest uiiea-iness of the Chest, with
dilllciilty of breathing, or indic.itien of Cough,
take during the day a few "llrewn's Jlrenchial
J. Seudcr has sold 1 acres at 2e,
and ,i;.T. Laise 2 acres at 21, 8 and
IJenj. Bear 2 acres at 20, 15 and 5.
The fnm of Hheads & Reed having been
dissolved, the old business has been con
tinued at the old stand by Aug. Uheads,
of the late firm. In the spring Mr. I.heads
will remove te part of the room new occu
pied by the New Yerk store. Messrs. Watt,
Shand & Thompson having purchased the
-"tirk building will then take possession of
and occupy the rooms at present occupied
by Stirk & Martin and the eflice of the new
Will 15. Altick has been admitted te the
. paitnerslsip of his father and brother, and
henceforth this old and well-known linn
will conduct business under the name of
D. A. Altick & Sens.
In printing the proceedings of the school
beard yesterday we inadvertently emitted
the name of E. J. Eiisman, one of the
special committee who presented the long
and interesting report relative te the
erection of new school houses and the re
organization of the school system. Mr.
Erisman net only signed the report, but
advocated its adoption in a speech of some
Mr. Uadbeis, of Brockville, Canada, alter be
ing cm ed el a piestrating malari.il disease con cen
t meted in Texas, by means of Warner's Sate
Pills and Sate Bitters. rites te us : " I shall
never travel in that climate without your Safe
Pills aid Safe Bitters as part of my eutllt."
Pure Spices at Lecher's Drug Stere.
Statistics prove that twenty-live per cent,
of the deaths in our larger cities arc caused by
consumption, and when we reflect that this
terrible disease in IN worst stage will yield te
a bottle of Lecher's Beneuned Cough Syrup,
shall we condemn the sulleiers ler tlieir neg
ligence, or pity ihem for their ignorance?
Try Lecher's Cough Syrup.
In Het Weather
an immense number of "persons suffer fiem
diseidcrcd Kidncyserderangcd Liver. Kidney Kidney
Wert is the great het weather medicine. It is
prcpaied without the use of liquors, and there
lore it does net heat the system, but aids each
organ te keep up a healthyand vigoreusaetion.
Try Leeher'b Cough Syrup.
JACOB B. LONG,
-ST. E. CORNER CENTRE SQU.UiK,
(Eshlemau & iiathven's Building),
If you want te Buy, Sell, Kent or Exchange
Property, Berrow or Lean Meney en Mortgage,
or Insure Life or Property.
Ohticb Houns : !l te : anil 7 te S.
NORBECK & MILEY,
The Sea .en ter Sleighs at Hand. The Latest Styles and the Largest Assortment et
In the City or County of Lancaster, linely llnished and handsemelv ornamented.
Handiwork. Our prices lower than anv ether establishment in the
city ler the srnie quality of work. Alse,
AH our own
FIRST-CLASS CARRIAGE WORK,
Of all Designs and Description. Kemcmber
WOKD." ALL WOBK UUA1.ANTEED.
our Motte "OCK WOKK SUSTAINS OUK
T. ivpiHTfif Tins, "te lk:?i
LNSUKI YOUR PK01'iiKTViNKKL?An'LE
BENJ. P. SHENEL'S,
Office : 103 West King Street.
A 31 VSEMIJXTS.
OFFICE LANCASTI'U OASLIGHT AND
FIVE DOLLAKS BEWAUD will be paid for
iiilormatien that will lead te the an est and
conviction of the person or persons that broke
the gas lamp en North Prince street, beyond
The above reward will be paid ter informa
tion that will cause the arrest and conviction
el anv person that mav break anv gas lamp in
this city. .1. H. BAUMliAKDNEK,
Wattes ai CIecks,
106 EAST KING ST.
Icct'cipf k of Tobacco.
Te-day iias been another field day among
the tobacco dealers. Frem early morn
until late in the afternoon quite a number
of buyers have been busily engaged in re
ceiving a part of their purchases. Leng
lines of wagons heavily laden with the
leaf were te be seen in front of the several
warehouses awaiting their turn te unload.
The draft en the banks in favor of growers
was quite heavy.
Tranftctlensat the Stock Yards.
The following transactions at the Lan
caster stock yards, Jas. Stewart proprie
tor, aie reported for the year ending Dec.
T.l : Receipts Number of cars, 1,473 ; cat
tle, 20,545 ; horses, 2,1(54 ; sheep, 7,J):7 ;
hogs, 0,701. Shipments Number of cars.
350 ; cattle, 3,823 ; horses, fill ; sheep,
2,924 ; cows, 532.
(ienc te Flerida.
Christian Z. Miley, son of Ames Milcy,
started for Flerida a few days age, where
it is his intention te spend a few weeks in
hunting. Unless the alligators should
catch him, wc expect te hear a geed ac
count of his exploits.
L. Q. Landram, who had his skull frac
tured by being kicked by a horse, as no
ticed in the Intellieencek yesterday, is
yet lying in a semi-conscious condition,
and it cannot be told as yet whether his
injuries will or will wet terminate fatally.
A Mether's Oriel.
The pride of a mother, the life and joy of a
home, aie her children, hence her grief when
sickness enters and takes them away. Take
warning then, that you are running a terrible
risk, if they have a Cough, Croup or Whooping
Cough, which lead te Consumption, if you de
net attend te it at once. Shiloh's Consump
tion Cure, is guaranteed te cure them. Price 10
cents, .-,e cents and $1. Fer lame Back, Side.
or Cnest, use Mulnli s Pereus Plaster. Price.
i cents, .sold bv I). Hcitshii, Lancaster, and
M. L. Davis, Milieisville.
The Best I i:cr Knew Cf.
I. (. Stai key, a prominent and influential
Citizen of Iowa City, savs: "I have had the
Djspepsia, and Liver Complaint ler several
years, and have Used every Ken.edy I could
hear of, without any relici whatever, until I
saw your Shiloh's X'italizer advertised in our
paper, ami was persuaded te try it. 1 am happy
te state that it has entirelv cured me. It is cer
tainly the best Uemeilv I ever knew of." Pric-
cents. Sold bv 1). lleitshu, Lancaster, and
M. L. Davis. Milieisville.
Shiloh's Catarrh Kcmedy.
A marvelous Cure ler Catarrh, Diphtheria
Canker Meuth, and Head Ache. With each
bottle there is an iiigeiiitfus nasal Injector ler
the nieie successful treatment of tne coin
plaint, without exti-a charge. Price .10 cents.
Sold by D.Ileitshu, Lancaster, anil M. L. Davis,
Kevskk. At her residence. 214 West Chestnut
street, Lancaster, Pa., in her 771 h year, Mrs.
Catharine Kevscr. wife et Win. Ivcyser ami
daughter of the late Daniel Fisher, "of Berks
Friends et the family :re respectfully in
vited te attend the funeral at &50 o'clock en
Wednesday morning. Solemn high mass at
St. Josephs Catholic church. Interment in St-
Jeseph's cemetery. jan3-3td
Berks county papers please copy.
xj: w Ait ri:n tisejiexts.
IT'KANKK'S WINTER SALOON.
: Tip top Lunch and Excellent Beer. Come
and try it.
ltd EDDIE FBANKE.
XV The office et Chr. Bine, packer et and
dealer in leaf tobacco, has been removed from
Ne. ( East Orange street te his warehouse. Ne.
.11 Market street. ltd
Heuse 223 N. Duke street, 13 rooms and
ever' convenience. Let 2SJ.245 leet. Unex
celled as te location. A Great Bargain. Ap
ply te J. B. LONG,
dl3-tfd N . E. Cor. Centre Square.
1IIINA, GLASS, yUEENSWAKE.
Loek te your interest.
BUY YOUR QUEENSWABE at
THE LARGEST STOCK IN LANCASTER!
Damaged Ware ! Damaged Ware !
Special attention given te IIOUSESTIBES.
HIGH & MARTIN'S,
Ne. 8 East King Street.
131RK PROOF SAFE FOR SALE.
? A File Proof Safe (Mesler, Bakman & Ce..
Cincinnati make). 34 Inches high, S w ide and
21 deep, weight 1,200 pound", with Sargent's
Patent Night and Day Combination Leck, for
sale cheap. Applv at the
Jaii2-tld INTELLIGENCE!!. OFFICE.
"HIRE, LIFE AND ACCIDENT.
Insurance at lowest rates. Geed and Beli
able Companies. IIEUR & STAUFFEB.
Beat Estate & Ins. Agts., 3 N. Duke St.
rpeRACCO FOR SALE.
One hundred acres of prime Pennsylvania
Seed Leal Tobacco for sale.
Apply te 15. F. KOIILEB.
Shrewsbury. Yerk county. Pa.
L 0 CHER ' S B UIL D IN G
Open Daily irem 9 a. m. te 10 p. in. Market
morning irem 7 a. in.
CHICKENS HATCHED DAILY.
Admission, 1.1 cents. Children, 10 cents,
1880 1880 1880 1880
JAN. 3. JAN. 3. JAN. 3. JAN. 3.
Opening this day of an Elegant New
QeM & Sil?6f AieriiM Watcbes
ANTIQTE BBASS CABD TABLES,
MIBBOBS, HAND MIBBOBS,
BCUEENS & CANDLESTICKS.
These goods have been selected Irem the
Manufactories direct, and will be sold at popu
13 EAST KING STREET,
jnnl-lyd LANCASTER, PA.
SPECIAL INVITATION TO ALL.
Te examine my stock of Parler Suits. Cham
ber suits. Patent Rockers, Easy Chairs, Batan
Beckers. Hat Peicks. Marble Ten Tables, Ex
tension Tables, Sideboards, Hair, Husk, Wire
and Common Mattresses, lioek Cases, Ward
robes, Escriteir.s. Upholstered Cane and Weed
seat Chairs," Cupboards, Sinks, Deughtravs,
Breakfast Tables. Dining Tables, &c., alwavs
en hand, at prices that are acknowledged te be
as cheap as the cheapest.
UPHOLSTERING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES.
REPAIRING PROMPTLY AND
Picture Frames en hand and made te order
Regilding done at Reasonable Rates at the
New Picture Frame and Furniture Stere,
15J EAST KING STREET,
(Over Bursk's Grocery and Sprccher's Slate
WALTER A. HEINITSH,
(Schindlcr's Old Stand),
rPO OUR COAL PATRONS !
When the undersigned entered the Ceal bus
iness we laid down the following rule, which
we have strictly followed :
" We sell nothing but geed Ceal atthelewest
market price." Weight and qualitvguaranteed.
This shall continue te be our rule as long as
we are in the business, no matter whether coal
is SOLD at
THE PRICE OF 311X1X0 OR 0T.
New the Ceal Trade is such a pleasant and at
tractive business that we have no idea of aban
doning it. We will sell Ceal
AS LOW AS THE LOWEST.
Net because we think we ought te make resti
tution (we have none te make), but because we
will net be undersold.
WEIGHT AND QUALITY GUARANTEED.
JAS. STEWART St SON.
01 JANUARY PRICE LIST.
Great reduction in price te close out a large
Consisting of ever COO PATTERNS.
ENGLISH AND FRENCH NOVELTIES
Reduced te $8.00 PER PAIR. Large Let of
SCOTCH, EXULISH AXD FINE AMERI
Fer Genteel Wear, of the Latest and Best
Styles, at $7.00. Demestic Goods of the leading
Standard Brands, at $1 te $i per pair. A Large
Line of Imported Suitings at a Sacrillce Do De
mestic Suitings at all prices. Persons in want
of a Geed
Will de well te call and examine the stock.
Plain as well as the most Ultra Stvlcs at less
than Cost Price. We want te close them te
make room for our
Call early and secure bargains.
J. K. SMALING,
121 North Queen Street.
"IULTON OIM-'RA ROUSE.
On ;I0XDAY, JANUARY 5,
The Popular Artist,
CHAS. A. STEVENSON,
And her own Company, in Chas. Reade's G rcat
"THE DOUBLE MARRIAGE."
RESERVED SEATS, - - - 7" CIs.
ADMDsSIuN, - - - 35A;50Cts.
Seats for sale at the Opera Heuse Oflice.
TULTON OPERA HOUSE.
Watsen, Ellis & KcmclTs
Under the Management of J. D.MISHLER,
Tuesdey Evening, January Gtli, 1880.
In an entirely New and Original Entertain
ment, embracing the very best Specialties in
THK GREAT COMPANY:
The Funniest German Comedians in the pro
fession. WATSON and ELLIS.
The Original Irish Cemiqiies,
llAIlltV I THE KERNELLS. I .leirv
The American Seng Bird,MissCLARA MOORE.
The Emperors et Seng and Dance, Messrs.
THATCHER and HUME.
The Champien Lady Cleg Dancer and Elegant
Actress, Miss ALICE BATEMAN.
R. G. ALLEN. Banjoist Par Excellence.
Frank SUYDAM. Euecxe
The Arenic Meteors. The Modern Geliali.
Mr. GUS. HILL, the King Clubs.
All appearing in a Challenge Olie, concluding
with the Funniest of Comedies,
"A SPLENDID TIME."
POPULAR PRICES, - 25, 35 & 50 Cts
Reserved Seats new for sale at Opera Heuse
Serious Illness of a Famous Composer.
Londen, Jan. 'i. GnllfjnanPs Messenger
states that the illness of Iliclianl AVayner,
the eminent composer, is se serious that
little hope is entertained of his recovery.
The Czarina's Illness.
Cannnbs, Jan. 3. The empress of Rus
sia will for the present remain' here, her
physician advising such a course.
Rumors or Resolution Revived.
Bosten, Jan 3. Special despatches
from Augusta say that rumors prevail in
some of Visceunties that certificates of
election have been issued in blank, bear
ing the seal of the secretary of state, and
given te the Republican members who
have been counted out. Appended te the
certificates are the words : ' Yeu will be
Returns Ills Certilicate.
Farminuten, Mc, Dec. 3 Leuis Vater,
a Democratic representative, counted in
by the Fusionists, has returned his certifi
cate te the the governor, believing that
his acceptance under the circumstances is
Lard exceedingly .lull; city ketUe 8ie: .
loose i butchers,' 7i$7c ; prime steam TfaSc.- ?
Lutter firm; selling lalrlylcmuuery ex. 32a . t,
We; Bi-adlerd county nd N. Y. extra, ai2Sc; -."?
w esteru i-esei-TO cxti-.i at 24j?-25c ; de geed te Jr
choice lSS.'c ; rolls firm-Penn'a extra iaa "i $
uu: western n-m'rvn ptiii a!.. vi?.
Eggs quiet; Choice Peun'u 23c; Western - " &
...H1.";',10 rm aml ln fAir te .' N. Y. factory ' &
MiMu r; western mil cream UUmSa z He for "
geed li12e; de skims 7Je. .- -
,tT",lc,,n. neglected;; Renned S'c. J
Whiskey dull at $1 13. i .
Pmi.ADKi.rntA, Jan. 3.
Stocks dull and steady.
PennaU's (third bsuui ine'
ii.n...i..ir x a. i . --------
m. .luanuiium x x.rie...
United Ces. el N. J
Northern Pacillc ,
. " Preferred...
Central Transportation Ce. Vtli
Pitts., Titusville & Bunale. IP?
Little Schuylkill 52
THE FIRE RECORD.
N. Y. Central
. !......... .........
Cleveland A Pittsburgh..
Pittsburgh & Fert Wayne
Western Union Tel. Ce
Teledo & Wabash
New Jerscv Central ,
Nkw 1 eiik, Juu. 3.
LANCASTER HOUSEHOLD MARKET.
Grain Elenter Destroyed.
Atchison, Kan., Jan. 3. The large
elevator of J. P. Halsey was discovered te
be en fire about 101 o'clock last night
and it was totally destroyed. Insurance
$20,000 en grain and building.
Baltimore Jan. 3. At neon te-day the
fire steamers arc still throwing streams of
water ou the cotton stored in the ware
house of Thursten, Harris & Ce., en
Buchanan's wharf, which took fire last
night. A little ever 3,000 bales of cotton
were in the warehouse.
Six Building Rurned.
Atchison, Kansas, Jan. 3 Last night a
fire broke out in a saloon in AVinthrep,
Me., destroying six buildings. Less unascertained.
A Twclve-y ear-old Girl Seriously Injured.
Terente, Ont., Jan. 3. A twelve-year-old
girl was probably fatally injured at the
Mutual street skating rink last night. She
fell and before she could arise two gentle
men who were skating together struck her
one in the forehead with his skate, len
dering her insensible, and the'ether falling
ever her, breaking her ribs.
TULTON OPERA HOUSE.
Te all suffering from chronic diseases of all
kinds. Confidential consultation invited per per
semdly or by mail. New method of treatment.
New and reliable remedies. Boek and circu
lars sent free in sealed envelopes. Address
Heward Association, 9 N. Ninth street, Phil
adelphia, Pa., an institution having a high
reputation for honorable conduct and profes prefes profes
lenal skill. niar-lyd
SATURDAY, JANUARY, 3, 1SS0.
HOLIDAY MATINEE AND EVENING.
Third Annual Tour of the Majestic Spectacu
lar Revival of Mrs. llarrrlet Beeeher-Stewe's
great moral, religious and pathetic story of
Uncle Tem's Cabin,
As originally revived and performed ONE
THOUSAND TIMES by
Jf.Ii AX1 ltllAVlZll.
The public desire being se great te witness
this remarkably natural play, and the interest
it has awakened being still unabated, and
owing te the artistic manner in which it is
illustrated by this Excellent Company, who
have played it ever one thousand times, have
induced the management te present It again
this season, which, with the maguiticent
scenery, charming musical effects ami touch
ing incidents, have aroused the greatest enthu
siasm among all classes, and elicited the most
favorable comments Irem the press, and the
hearty endorsement or the leading clergy of
Admission, 2T ami :i"i cents. Matinee, 13 and
i" cents. Ne extra charge for re-erved seats.
Toe much importance cannot be attached te
the fact that although we offer the above scale
et prices, our company and performance is ab
solutely the very best en the read. janl-3td.
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY
ASSETS : One Millien One Hundred
and Thirty-one Thousand Eight
Hundred and Thirfcy-eight Dollars.
All invested in the best securities. Lesses
promptly paid. Fer policies call en
RIFE & KAUFMAN,
Ne. 19 East King St.. Lancaster, Pa.
Stringent Orders Issued te the Army.
Berlin, Jan. 3. In consequence of the
revolutionary agitation having extended te
the troops the Russian military authorities
have ordered that henceforth no regiment
shall be stationed in the district where it
What His Friends Say About the Chances of
His Accepting the Democratic -Nomination.
A Washington correspondent of the Xew
Yerk Sun, under date of January 2, says :
There is a growing impression that
Horatio Seymour is really a candidate for
the presidency. This impression is
largely due te the course of
Senater Kernan, who is known te
be the intimate and confidential
tnend of Mr. Seymour. The senator is an
adroit politician. His close relations with
Mr. Seymour being se generally known, it
is natural that leading Democrats should
ask him whether it is possible te induce
the Sage of Dcerfield te accept the Demo
cratic nomination. Mr. Kernen always re
plies that he believes that Mr. Seymour
is sincere in his declarations about desir
ing te end his days in the retirement of
private life, but he alwas manages te con
vey that he might be induced te sacrifice
his inclinations te the unanimous demand
of the national Demecrccy. Senater Kernan
is very emphatic in his statements about
the meutal and physical condition of Mr
Seymour. His intellect is as clear as it
ever was, and his health is unusually geed
for a man of his age, for he lias always
been abstemious and regular in his habits.
The stories about the possibility of danger
being anticipated by his physicians iu the
event of his engaging in an excited politi
cal campaign Mr. Kernan says arc bosh.
The interview with Mr. Seymour which
was recently telegraphed all ever the coun
try gees far toward strengthening the be
lief that he would accept if the Democrat
ic national convention should with unan
imity nominate him. It was noticeable
that in that interview Mr. Seymour, while
reiterating his oft-repeated declaration that
he sincerely desired te end his days in re
tirement, did net say that he could net be
induced te accept the Democratic nomina
tion. He said that he believed he would
net be nominated that it was net prob
able that he would be nominated-; but
from the beginning te the end of that in
terview, which has every indication in its
preparation and publication of being by
authority, Mr. Seymour does net say that
he will net accept if nominated.
Butter Tfl 0,
Cup cheese, -J cups
Dutch cheese ? lump
Cottage cheese, -.! pieces.
Chickens 7 pair
Ducks $7 pair
turkeys 1 piece
Geese $ piece
Chestnuts y qt
Mielbarks fj itt
Walnuts it ipk
Bass -El B.
Cattish f ft
I'els fl it
Oysters 1 100
Apple Butter "fl jt
Citler Jl gallon
Eggs 1 dei
Heney fl ft
Seap j? ft
saucr kraut ut
Apples -J7 yt pfc
Cranberries $1 ijt
Cherries, dried, t t
Currants, dried, 'ft It,
Dried Apples -Jl nt
" Peaches 17 qt
Lemens jjl doc
Beets H bunch
Cabbage -j" head
Carrots Jt bunch
Horseradish 57 piece
Lima beans'!!) qt
Onions f? 4 pk
Potatoes fl.K Pk
Soup Beans jr7 qt
Salsily ) bunch
Turnins. li iilc
A- -T ,4 i ...
Beef Steak. 5(7 ft.
" Roast (rib) fl ft
(chuck) p ft....
" Corned. jl ft
" Dried, W ft
Lard 'ffl ft
Mutten fj ft
Perk ip ft
Pudding p ft
Sausage ft ft
Sides and Bacen J ft
Veal '7 ft
i m X ll
wmi v I I'O
Everybody te advertise, free of cIiiirh
i.. .1... .: 7.. ' .. ."
in iiiu i.ut.LiiL.M;u, wee an is seiiieiiims
te de. "
tlTANTEW AT THIS OFFICE.
TT Copies of the ijailv Intkllieexceu of
April 3, July 10, and Sept. Ill, 1S?J. jiin2-tfd
te de general Housework. Apply
VUY tiUOVS, JtV.
WE CANNOT ADVERTISE
Reduction of Prices,
As many kinds of goods arc going up
in price every week, but we held u lurge
stock of desirable Dry Goods that arc
selling at rates proportionate te cost
some time age. In the matter or
MUSLIN.) we secured and MUSLINS
stored 'away an Immense MUSLINS
quantity, se that our sales- MUSLINS
rooms and reserye stock- MUSLINS
rooms leek like wholesale MUSLINS
stores. These standard MUSLINS
goods are new retailing MUSLINS
largely at less than future MUSLINS
We also bought freely of
And can show the geed results of our
bargaining en inquiry at the Flannel
Wc are also selling
Cheaper than they can be bought at.
The people will have te pay higher for
many kinds of dry goods after the pres
ent steek arc sold out.
GRAND DEP0T-13TH ST.,
1 otter ler sale the entire stock-. rnnii trill ,n
fixtures of my GROCERY, GLASS ami
QUEENSWARE STOKE. Ne. li and 147 North
Queen street. Lancaster, Pa. It lias been a well
established business stand for mere tlian 10
years, having a large and geed custom or both
city and country patrons, and is only one
square from both the Northern and Central
Markets, ir desired the property will abe be
The reason ler offering this chance is the ne
cessity or devoting all my time te the manu
Knapp's Vegetable Pills,
which have. In the short time since their Intro
duction, grown te such great popularity as te
demand my whole attention.