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LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER SATURDAY DECEMBER 4, 1880.
Rev. Mr. Frayne, of the Mariner's Bap
tist church, Philadelphia, has accepted
the call of the Olivet Baptist church, of
this city. Mr. Frayue will preach te the
congregation in Temperance hall te-morrow
morning and evening.
A Base SUnner.
" A rumor is current en our streets that
his satanic majesty appeared te some of
the boys as they were carousing at a cer
tain house after midnight en a recent oc
casion. ManJuim Sentinel.
This is intended te refer te II. II. Fey's
restaurant. As such it is utterly false
"Hisbatanic majesty" wasn't there; he
isn't expected, and the Sentinel knows
that this publication is a base blander, and
if the author of it is found he will catch
his "satanic majesty." "
'A Child of the Stale." Out people are as--surcd
of a most enjoyable entertainment at
the opera house te-night, when. and where
will be produced, for the first time In
this city, Mr. Geerge llecy's thrilling and ro
mantic mcle-drama et "A Child or the fctatc."
TheHecyA Ilirdlc combination, which will
present the play here, hare scored a brilliant
success with it, and come bearing the most
cempllnicntry testimonials from press and
public, lrem which we reproduce the follow
ing clipped from the Wllkesbarrc Union
Leader; "The effects In ' A Child of the
State ' are all or them grand and nffdcttTe. It
is fall el the most pathetic scenes and pas
sages and audiences are mcl.todte tears invol
untarily. The aim et the drama is notably
praiseworthy. It is wholesome and pure, and
in point et construction is a model indeed."
Mr. Hocy and Mr. Ilardic are known as actors
of acknowledged ability, while Miss Ellen
Cummins and Minnie Menk arc artists of rep
utation. Miss Menk was in the aastef the
" Twe Orphans " en its leprcsentatlen here.
fitcrnijrra-Fiilch-WUhelmJ-On next Friday
evening the Sternbeig, Flitch and WilhelmJ
grand concert combination will appear at the
opera house, and it is very deubtlul it another
such great musical attraction will be here
again this season. Wilhclmj Is acknowledged
te be without a supciier among living violin
ists; whlle Constantine .Sternberg, the hand
some young Prussian pianist, has been ci eat
ing an immense lm or at his concerts in New
Yerk. Accompanying these great aitists i.
Miss I.ctitia Flitch, a most chaiming sonft senft
st less. Mi. Max Vegrich, an accomplished
musician, will be the musical director. The
sale of stats commences en Tuesday morning
attio'cleck. We quote the following lrem the
Bosten Trtucllcr: The claim of Hcrr August
Wilhclmj te be the lirst et living violinists is
conceded by calm and unsympathetic Bo-ten.
Ills success was instantaneous and complete,
and his vicleiy was all the mero sublime that
it was non, net through any trick enirtillce,
but through the triumph of his great genius
nnd his complete mastery ever his instrument.
He carried the audience,
critical ui it was cultivated, by storm. It
amounted te positive inspiration, and Wil
li el in j was ic warded by an ovation which
hhe wed that his auditor were nut only sym
pathetic but appreciative te an enthusiastic
I'ml. (iiiiliucttc, the inventor of the French
Kidney Pad bearing his name, was one of the
most noted medical inca of his day in France.
Its cuicsel kidney diseases are most marvel
ous, and arc said te be permanent.
The Holidays at Glvler, Rowers & IlurstV
Glvler, Bewers &, Hurst. Ne. 25 East King
treet, have made extensive preparations for
the coming holiday trade. Their immeuse
store room is literally packed with new und
choice goods of every description, and with
out doubt theirs is the place te go te purchase
a usclitl and beautiful gilt. Ucad their adver
tisement in another column.
The aged and infirm are strengthened and
lacult'cs brightened by Malt Bittern.
r.r the lip there is no brightness.
Fer the teeth there Is no whiteness.
Where SOZODONT has get no place ;
ISut these who use it, knew full well,
Hew bright and beautiful the spell
It throws o'er man or woman's face.
A natural bc.mtincr und restorer of the com
plexion Ciilicura Medicinal Seap.
II is impossible for a woman after a faithful
course of treatment with Lydia E. Pinkhaurs
Vegetable Compound te continue te sutler
with a weakness of the uterus. Enclose a
stamp te Mrs. Lydia E. Pinkham, '233 Western
avenue. Lynn, Mass., for pamphlets.
Tens or Grape and Tliclr Use.
It is astonishing te see the large quantity of
giapct. of the fincfct quality, and large clusters
that are each year mashed up for wine, at the
vineyaids of A. Spccr. Passaic, N. J. Mr.
peer buys large quantities of grapes, and also
niir.es the Oporto grape, from which he makes
his celebrated wine, without the admixture of
alcohol or spirits. This wine is found by care
lul analysis te be the best wine in market for
luvalidb ami debilitated person?. It i called
Speer's Pert Grape Wine, and is sold by drug
gists. It is extensively used by churches for
the communion table. Excellent ter fatigued
females. This wine is recommended by Drs.
Atlccnnd Davis, and for aie by II. E. Slay
The most wonderful and marvelous success,
in cases where" persons nre siekerpiningnwny
lrem ti condition of miscrublcncss, that no one
knows what ails them (profitable patients for
doctors), Is obtained by the use et Hep It it it
ters. They begin te cure from the first dose
and keep it up until perfect health and
strength is restored. Whoever is afflicted in
this way need net sutler, when they can get
Hep Bitters. Sec "Truths" nnd "Proverbs"
in another column. dl Swd&w
"Breil-it's Bronchial Treche'' are used with
wl vantage te alleviate Coughs, Sere Threat,
Hoarseness and Bronchial Allcctleus. Fer
thirty years these Troches have been in use,
with annually increasing favor. They are net
new and untried, but, having been tested by
wide and constant use for nvarly an entire
generation, they have attained well-merited
rank among the few staple remedies of the age.
".Breit'n' Bronchial Treches'1 act directly
en the erpins of the voice. Tl.cyhavc an ex
1 inerdinary effect in all disorders of the Threat
and Larynx, restoring nlicalthy tone when re
laxed, cither lrem cold or ever-exertion et the
voice, und produce a clcarnnd distlnctcnunci distlnctcnunci
ullen. Speakers ami Singers Und the Troches
A Cough, Celd, Catarrh ei Sere Threat lc
quircs immediate attention, us neglect often
times result) in some incurable Lung Disease.
' Brown's Bronchial Troches" will almost in
variably give relief. Imitations are offered for
wile, many of which are injurious. The genu
ine "Breuri's Bronchial Troches" are sold
only in boxes. !anl5-lyd&wTu,Th&S
3Iy life was saved bv Warner's Safe Kidney
and Liver Cure. E. B. Lakcly, Selma, Ala. 2
Delzeit. In this citv. en the 1st inst.. after a
lingering illness, Anna Marv Delzeit, wife of
Peter Delzeit. sr., aged 7S years.
The relatives ami friends of the family arc
respectfully invited te attend the funeral, rrem
her late residence, 352 Seuth Prince street, en
Sunday afternoon, at 3 o'clock, te presecd te
St. Jeseph's chnrch. Interment at St. Jeseph's
Famuex. In this city, en Dec. 2, 1889, Ellen
Farrell, wife, of Timethy Farrcll, in the 73d
year of her age.
The relatives and friends et the family are
respectfully invited teattend her funeral from
the residence of her husband, sexton's house,
last. Mary's cemtcry, en Sunday afternoon,
at 2 o'clock. Interment at St, Mary's c me
Covle. In this city, en the 3d of Dec, 1SS0,
Patrick Ceylc, in his 71st year.
The relatives and friends el the lamilysirc
respectfully invited te attend the funeial,
Hern his late residence, Ne. 33 West German
stieet, en Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock. In
terment at &t. Mary's cemetery.
GRAND SAUKR KRAUT LUNCH AND
Turkey Rafllc this evening at HENRY
NEAMEU'S Saleen, corner el Orange and
Water streets. ltd
IAKED BEAKS AND PORK
i THIS EVENING at the Maner Hetel,
West King street.
'OK SALE ON EASY TERMS.
V The desirable residence and store stand
Ne. 20 Seuth Duke street.
Alse Steckand Fix-
tures of Grocery Stere.
J. W. HCBLEY.
The Dwelling nnd Stere-room. os. 12 and
44 Seuth Queen street. Apply te
dec!-3td Ne. 38 Seuth Queen Street.
DONT FOROET B ABBEY'S CELKBBA
ted Lager Beer en tap and musical enter
tainment TO-XIGIIT at Hetel Franke.
3ffl POUNDS BAKING BUTTER KE
UUU ceived. 800 Barrels of Apples :L500
Bushels et Potatoes, which will be sold whole
sale and retail. Alse a car lead of Yerk state
Cider. JOSEPH HERZOG,
ltd Cor. of Prince and Lemen Streets.
CI RAND LUNCH.
J Sauer Kraut anil Pigs Feet, and Grand
Turkey Baffle this evening, at Henry Behrci's
Centennial Saleen, cer. Strawberry, Mulberry
and Vine streets. " ltd
SAUER KRAUT LUNCH
THIS (SATURDAY) EVENING
at the Washington Heuse. 32 North Queen
street. Best beer en tap.
CAPT. JOHN 11. sCHL'II,
SALE AT THE KEYSTONE
ON MONDAY. DECEMBER C.
1880. era geed Twe-story BBICK DWELLING
HOUSE, with Gas throughout, and Hydrant In
yard, situate at 206 East Lemen street, Lancas
ter cit y. Sale te lcgln at 7 o'clock, p. m.
DAVID II. WEIDLER.
IS. F. Itewe, Auct. dl-2td
'PAKE NOTIUK THAT ALL THE OUT-
X standing and unpaid city tax ler the year
1&80, new in the hands of the collectors of the
f--ever.il wards, must be paid en or before
WEDNESDAY. THE2!TirOAY OF DECEM
BER, A. 1).. mi, as immediately after that
date tin: same will be placed in the hands et
the city solicitor ter collection. decl-ttd
PUBLIC SALE OF HORSES.
On MONDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1880. at J.
1). Denllnger's Merrluiac Heuse. 115 North
Prince slieet, Lancaster.Pa .SIXTEEN HEAD
OF FRANKLIN COUNTY HORSES. They aie
heavy boned feedcis.
A credit of sixty days will be given.
Sale te commence at 1 o'clock p.m.
ltd- DANIEL LOGAN.
SPECIAL. ATTENTION IS CALLED TO
the gieat assortment of Celluloid, Rubber,
Diatlte and Florence Toilet Sets. On exhibi
tion and for sale at lowest price, at
FREY'S CITY PHARMACY,
NORTH yUEEN ST., CORNER ORANUE,
43Plcuse call and examine.
PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED AT
the Mayers Oflicc, up te4 o'clock en Mon
day nltcrnoen, December f, 1880, for 200 tens,
mere or less, et Huiil Pea Ceal, Ne. lsize. te be
delivcied te the peer of the city, in half tens,
by the direction of the committee, alter Janu
ary 1, 1881. Proposals te name the brand of
coal te be furnished, and te be addressed te
the Buchanan and MeEvey Relief Committee,
ltd THOS. F. McELLlGOTT, Clerk.
JAMES K. HTKACIIAV. lK;.lil.. sol
d ier, has opened an Oyster Saleen at 347 North'
i-rince street, wnere lie is prepared te sen
Oysters cheaper than any person In town.
Oysters delivered te any part of the city lrce
of charge. Opened frc-h out of the shell. Give
him :i call. d3-2td
TiTO REASONABLE DEFER REFUSED.
Organs nnd Pianos. NEW AND SECOND
HAN 1), at greatl v reduced prices.
Fulton Opera Heuse, Lancaster.
-VTOTICE IS 11EBEBY GIVEN, TU AT TUE
1 balance of the stock of
BOOTS AND SHOES,
PARLOR SHOE ST0HE.
NO. 2! EAST KING ST.,
must be closed oil by Jan. 1.
On SATURDAY EVENING, DECEMBER
11, 1SS0, will be bold at the Fountain Inn hotel,
that valuable two-story Brick Dwelling, witli
two-story Brick Hack Building, Ne. 315 Seuth
Prince street, containing entry, ecn stairs,
pallor, dining-room and kitchen en first lloer.
The socond-stery has three rooms and pantry,
with three closets and summer kitchen, 10x12
leet, with fire-place and bake even. Geed cis
tern and well et water, grape vines and yard
nicclv fixed : gas pipes iu five apartments.
Let '."0x117 feet te a G-fcct common allay.
llPersens wishing te sec the property can de
se by calling en IhG piemlses en the under
signed. Sale te commence at 7 o'clock p.m. of said
day when terms of sale will be made known
by GEORGE YEISLEY.
II. Siiuuert, Auct. d4-7td
"EULTON OPERA HOUSE.
POSITIVELY ONE NIGHT ONLY !
Fit ID AY EVEXIXK, DEC. 10.
The Musical Event of the Season !
GRAND COMBINATION CONCERT
By the following Celebrated Artists :
The Great Russian Pianist.
Letitia Louise Fritch,
The Charming Prima Denna Seprano
An oust Willifilmi
The world-renowned Violin Virtuoso.
MAX VOGRICH, - - - - Musical Director.
RESERVED SEATW, 75cl.
Sale of Seats en Tuesday Morning, 7th inst.
The celebrated Weber Pianos uscdatthesa
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP
Netice is hereby given that the partner
ship between Allen A. licrr and William D.
Manlier .vas dissolved en December 1, 18S0, by
mutual consent. AH debts owing te the said
paitncrship arc te be received anil these due
lrem the same discharged by Allan A. Ilerr at
the efllce. Ne. 3 North Duke street.
ALLAN A. HERR,
WILLIAM D. STAUFFEK.
Having withdrawn from the firm of Hcrr &
Stautfer, I take this opportunity et thanking
my many friends ter their liberal patronage,
and respectfully solicit a continuance et the
same with the new linn of Allan A. Hcrr &
Ce., who will continue te cany en a general
real estate, collection, insurance nnd patent
right business at the old stand. Ne. 3 North
Duke street. WM. D. fcTAUFFER.
ALLAN A. HERR & CO.,
(successor te Hcrr & Stanflcr)
Oflice, Ne. 3 North Duke fct., Lancaster, Pa.
REAL ESTATE, COLLECTION AND GEN
ERAL INSURANCE AGENTS. CIVIL
ENGINEERING AND CON
VEYANCING. PATENT RIGHTS obtained at reasonable
rates. All our applications for patents receive
the personal attention et our attorney Wx. H.
Babcock. at Washington. His long and suc
cessful uxperience in the business will insure
promptness and success in obtaining letters
HULL'S DRUG STORE
PURE BOHEMIAN TOILET SETS.
RICHLY CUT AND ENGRAVED
A Large Variety of Elegant ODOR CASES
and STANDS, PERFUMERY BOXES. c.
Alse nn Extensive Assortment of
Toilet and Fancy Articles, "
BRUSHES, COMBS and MIRROR TOILET
American, French andlEuslish
And a variety of ether goods suitable ler
Presents, of which my Stock is larger
than ever before.
G. W. HULL,
Ne. 15 WEST KING STREET,
augSMydJ . LANCASTEB, PA.
or geed, clean Family and all ether kin d
of COAL go te
RUSSEL. & SHULMYER'S.
Quality and Weight guaranteed. Orders re
OFFICE: 22 East King Street. YARD:
G18 North Prince Street.
A FINE CHRISTMAS PRESENT.
A LANCASTER FAVORITE ORGAN.
CHECKERING & SON'S PIANO.
A full line of
BANJOS, HARMONICAS, &c.
The above Instrument-' will be sold at re
duced prices during the Holidays,
220 NORTH QUEEN STREET.
Branchefllcc during'the Holidays,
Ne. 26 CENTRE SQUARE.
113-lydSAlyw ALEX. McKILLIPS.
(1 AS FITTING AND PLUMBING.
7 JOHN P. SOHAUM,
Ne. 27 SOUTH QUEEN STREET,
PLUMBER, GAS AND STEAM FITTER.
A Laig Asseitmcnt et
Constantly en hand.
EADQUAttTERS FOB PUKE CONFEC
TIONS FOR THE HOLIDAY AT
JOSEPH R. ROYER'S,
50 AND 52 WEST KING ST.
I can new eflVr te the trade and public a
large stock et Puru Confections of every
description, at the very lowest murkcl rates.
FRUITS, NUTS, &c. and a LARGE STOCK
OF TOYS of the NEWEST DESIGNS. Large
and small Cakes halted daily. Ice Cream at
PARTIES SERVED AT
same rate as t
, ;mptly attended tout the
iu nprsen ordering weie
present in per
Rcmcml 39 AND .-j
i Call and see my stock,
i i a place
J WEST KING STREET.
JOS. R. KOYER.
OIC THE HOLIDAYS.
THfi NEW DESIGNS
MASONIC LACE l'IN.S,
ENAMELED LACE PINS.
ROMAN GOLD LACE PINS.
ENGRAVED LACK PINS.
f.v ., .e.
-rfftl? WU.' tfffcl flt w
THE NEW DESIGNS IN CASE?.
Geld B(jx Joint Case.
Geld Greget Joint Case.
Geld Polished Case for Monogram
Geld Plain Cac for Inscription.
ILL RESERVE ALL GOODS SELECT
ED NOW FOR
Ke. 20 East King Street, Lancaster, Fa.
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.
Please reid carefully ever the following list
of handsome and useful articles that we aie
new displaying for the holidays and sec it
there is net some article among them that will
suggest te you as being just what you want te
preseut te your relatives or f rlenes.
Wc will begin w Ith our Drc-s Goods Depart
ment and name a hand-eme
Black Sntin tie Lyen Dress.
Black SilK Dress.
0 Black Henrietta Cleth Drp.
Black Meniij Cleth Dress.
Black Cahmere Dress.
we would savju-t right hcie that in Plnid
and Novelty fires Goods as well as all the
popular shades of Cleth Suitings wc have an
immense stock from which jeu eau readily
chose a dress that cannot help but bn accept
able te the leceiver.
Wc will mention uwtt a handsome
Delman or Ceat.
Black Thibet Shawl.
Fancy Plaid Weel Shawl.
PlPin Weel Shawl.
A Handsome Skirt of which we have an elu
In our Linen Department an elegant present
ran be chosen, as we have iiiet received an im
mense stock of handyeme Linen Damask Table
Cleths with Napkins te match. Alse. Linen
Damask Towels, the llncsta-sertment wc have
In our Fancy Goods anil Notion Department
Full lines of Ladies' and Chlldien's Hosiery.
Ladies' Linen Hcm-stitclicd Haudkerchiets
iu (ancy Bexes.
Ladies' Fancy Berder Linen Hem-stitched
Iu Silk Handkerchief? we display an im
mense stock of all the choicest designs and
Ladies' Kid Gloves in black and color-.
Ladies' Spring Tep Fur Kid Gloves.
Black and Cream Lace Fichus.
Ladles' Spanish Lace Tie, wry handsome.
A handsome Corset.
An elegant Nubia.
An elegant Knit Heed.
Linen Cellars and Cull"-.
Velvet Picture Frames, veiy handsome.
A box of geed Toilet Seap.
Needle and Thread Cases
Ladies' Werk Bexes.
Elegant Bex with Paper and Envelopes.
Sefa and Chair Tidies in Lace, Applique and
Embroidered, all in very choice styles.
we can special at tent ion 10 ouruessamcr
Waterproofs for Ladles and Gentlemen, Beys
and Girls, as wc carry an immense stock, nnd
nothing mere suitable than one et these can be
given ler a Holiday rift- We guarantee every
one te be perfectly Waterproof.
Wc have Mlk Umbrellas, Alpaca Umbrellas,
Scotch Gingham Umbrellas, and Rubber Cleth
Umbrellas, all in elegant styles et Handles and
best qualltiy et goods.
We have hundreds of ether articles equally
handsome and usclul, that, wc cannot mention
for want et space. Wc ndvUc ye.i call and see
We mention ler gentlemen a handsome
Overcoat, Suit or Pantaloons.
An elegant Wrapper.
An elegant Silk Muulr.
An elegant Silk or Linen Hundkeichief.
An elegant pair of Suspenders.
A half-dozen pairs et Fine Hese.
An elegant pair of Gloves.
A handsome Nccktle of wh!ch we show a
very choice assortment.
Gents' Cellars and Cuds in Fancy Bexes,
something very choice.
A handsome Weel Scarf.
A geed Dress Shirt.
An elegant Scarf Pin.
An elegant pair of Sleevw Buttens.
An elegant Silk or Alpaca Umbrella.
A Gossamer Waterproof Ceat or Hat.
Wc show many ether choice geed suitable
for presents for gentlemen, le which we call
Having made unusual preparations for the
coming holidays wc respectfully solicit a call.
Polite attention shown te all, and all prices
as low as the lowest.
GIVLER, BOWJBRS & HDRST,
Ne. 25 EAST KING STREET.
AN ORDINANCE CHANGING THE TIME
OF LETTING THE MARKET STALLS
Section I. Be it ordained by the Select and
Common councils of the city of Lancaster iu
councils assembled. Tnat ier the purpose of fa
cilitating the payment of the current indebted
ness of the said city in each year, that the let
ting of stalls and stands shall be made by auc
tion en the first Wednesday et April n cxt, for
the term of nine months from the date of such
lettings, and that all future lettings shall take
place en the third Wednesday of December in
each year, for the term et one year, commenc
ing euthe first Wednesday in January follow
ing. And the person who shall bid the highest
sum as a bonus or premium, in addition te the
fixed annual rents of the several stalls or
stands, shall be held te be tbe lessee for the
ensuing year. Vacant stalls or stands may be
let by the Market committee for the remainder
et the term ending with the market year.
Section 2. All ordinances or parts of ordi
nances inconsistent with the lorcgeing arc
hereby repeal cd.
Ordained and enacted into u law at the city
el Lencaster, Dec. 1, 1S80.
President of Common Council.
Cleric et Common Council.
ROBERT A. EVANS,
President et Select Council.
J. K. Bass,
Clerk of Select Council.
LASrCABIER, Dec, 2, 1SS0.
GOODS FOR THE HOLIDAYS!
Ladies' Geld Chatelaine Watches, Ladies' Geld Stem-Winding Monogram Watches,
Gentlemen's Geld Watches in plain, fancy or box-joint cases. Ladies' Nickel Chate
laine Watches, Ladies' Silver Chatelaine batches, Gentlemen's Silver Watches, Gen
men's Watches, with luminous dials.
French Clocks iu marble, bronze, emerald or gilt cases, with silver bell or cathe
dral strike. " Toilet Clocks, Office Clocks, Nickel Clocks, Weeden Clocks in great
Diamond Sets, Pearl Sets, Cameo Sets, Reman Geld Sets, Enameled Sets. En
graved Sets ; Diamond, Sapphire, Emerald, Pearl, Opal, Cameo, Onyx, Amethyst,
Topaz, Garnet Rings, Plain Rings, Engraved Rings and Children's Rings ; Lace Pins,
Scarf Pins, Bracelets and Bangles, Necklaces, Lockets and Charms, Ladies and Gen
tlemen's long and short Chains, Sleeve Buttone-and Liuks, Studs, etc., etc.
Tea Sets. Tete-a-Tete Sets, Dessert Sets. Eperencs. Fruit Dishes, Casters, Cake
Baskets, Pitchers, Toilet Sets, Jewel Cases,
Bexes, Tobacco Bexes, Match Bexes, Napkin Kings, Knives, Ferks, Spoons, Ladles,
etc.. etc., etc.
&C. &C. &C.
Bienzc Statuettes, Bronze Mantel Ornaments, Vases, &e.. Musical Bexes, Oil Paint
ings, Opera Glasses, Geld Pens, Pencils and Picks, Geld and Silver Head Canes, &c.
All the above enumerated articles and many ethers will be found in our stock
iu great variety from the lowest priced te the finest.
H. Z. BHOADS & BRO., Jewelers,
Ne. 4 West King Street.
Manufacturing Jeweler, Zahm's Cerner, .- - - Lancaster, Pa.
Things iu our stock tlutt make
Beautiful and Durable: Christmas Gifts.
WATCHES, DIAMONDS, ' .
GOLD BRONZES, GOLD HEAD CANES,
GOLD THIMBLES, SILVER HEAD CANES,
SILVER THIMBLES, OPERA GLASSES.
GOLD PENS AND PENCILS,
HANDKERCHIEF AND GLOVE BOXES,
GOLD BRONZE SMOKING SETS,
PtNE CIGAR SETS,
ALL THESE AND MANY MOKE AT
ZAHM'S CORNER, LANCASTER, PA.
THE LARGEST AND FINEST STOCK OP
BUGGIES, CARRIAGES, &C,
In the city, Is lobe seen at the Weiks el
NORBECK & MILEY,
PRACTICAL CARRIAGE BUILDERS,
COR. DUKE AND VINE STS., LANCASTER, PA.
TCOX & CO.'S OLD STAND.-W
The stock includes all the
LATEST STYLES SPRINGS,
gilding the Bienster, Whitney, Salidee Triple, Empire :cres Spring, Dexter Queen, Duplex
and Elliptic, and they will also make te order any style a. purchaser may desire. Kepairing.
of all kinds promptly attended te. All work guaranteed for one year.
" OUR "WORK SUSTAINS OUR WORD."
NE W A D VERTISE3IEXTS-
Would advice all who contemplate putting in
HE ATE KS or making any alterations in tlieii
heating arrangements te de se at enee lcfere
the rush et Fall Trade begin1).
THE MOST KELIAULE
In the Market at the
Fill k BMuM'S
GREAT STOVE STORE,
152 North Queen Street,
J. B. KAETU & CO.
ONE OF THE
MOSI USEFUL PRESENTS YOU
CAN GIVE IS A
Hiier Gossamer Garment.
Wc are shajring a large line in ail sizes ter
Ladies and Cents. All our goods arc inlly war
ranted. We have opened a large line of
Crumb Cleths and Pine Rugs.
EXTRA HEAVY FELT CRUMB CLOTHS
IN FANCY GOODS
Wc arc show ing a large line et ,
HANDKERCHIEFS in FANCY BOXES
PERFUMERY in FANCY BOXES.
SOAPS in FANCY BOXES.
Opening te-day a large line of
French China Plaques,
&C, &C, i&C.
JW(! rc&pcctfully solicit a call.
J. B. MARTIN & CO.,
Cor. West King and Prince Sts.
Card Stands, Ink Stands, Decanters, Cigar
"T'ULTON Ol'KICA IIOCSK.
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 4.
The Great Wallack's Theatre Success,
Ucerprc Heej's New Romantic Drama.
" am of ft state;
Founded en tlui most brilliant clTorteI Adelph
D'Enncry, author or " Twe Orphans," " Den
Cscsar ile liazan," "A Celebrated Cnie," Ac.
Produced in Magnificent.Style by the Famous
Hoey & Hardic Combination.
This great play will be presented with cntiie
New Scenery and Appointment.
ADMISSION 25, BO & 75 Ctn.
RESERVED SEATS 73 CtH.
Fer sale nt Opera Heuse Office. 12-3td
1 LL IN WANT OF A
I would respectfully say that new is the time
in order te avoid being disappointed te have
your presents selected and put aside, and then
when the rush comes a little later you will he
stue of having your present just w'hen you de
sire. I cordially invite a call te see my assort
Furniture and Picture Frames.
WAffl A. HI
15 East King Street.
CU1NA AND GLASSWARE.
GOBLETS AT 4 CTS. EACH.
A 5 OT. COUNTER.
HIGH & MARTIN,
15 EAST KINO STREET.
'. ROOTS AND SHOES.
JJ k CJV BOOTS. SHOES XSD LAST
JUixlO X made
en a new nrlnciDle. insnr
ing comfort for the feet.
Lasts made te order.
133 East King street
' 1A LAlllKS ASU UEMS lfr
. It you want a
GOOD FITTING BOOT OR SHOE,
Rear.y-made or made te order, call at
j Ne. 105 North Queen Street
1 Custom Werk a Specialty. le26S4Wt
SATURDAY EVENING, DEO. 4, I860.
Washington, Dec. 4. Fer the 3Iiddle
Atlantic states, lower barometer, higher
temperature, westerly shifting te south
erly winds, clear or partly cloudy weather,
followed by increasing cloudiness and pos
Large Mill ISaraed Lives Let.
Portsmouth, N. n., Dec. 4. Shortly
after six o'clock this morning a fire broke
out in the fifth story of the Eearsarge mills.
and in less than an hour the mammoth
brick structure was in ruins. The fire is
reported te have caught from a piece of
waste in the hands of an employee ignit
ing at a gas jet. The fire department
failing te check the fire, the mayor tele
graphed te Ncwburypert for assistance.
At the piesent moment the Free Will
Baptist church opposite the mill, and in a
dangerous proximity te a frame dwelling,
is en fire. It :s reported that a man named
Greenwood, an employee, was burnrd te
death in the mill, while several ethers were
badly burned and cannot recover. In the
present confusion it is impossible te ascer
tain the less en the factory, but it is fully
The less is estimated at net far from
half a million dollars, besides throwing out
of employment three hundred and fifty
hands, upon the majority of whom much
suffering must fall this winter.
The occupants had a nairew escape,
some of them having te leap ever the
llamcs, and several were severely burned.
One person was burned te death. The
Baptist church was damaged mero by
water than by fire. Sparks ignited several
buildings and much alarm was caused.
The Fire in rhlladelphla.
Philadelphia, Dec. 4. At the fire at
Martin Landcnbergh's, Frankford avenue,
in Philadelphia, this morning, four men
were injured by falling walls. The total
damage is new estimated at 8100,000.
Over tlner hundred hands arc thrown out
BlddefnrU'ft Big Blaze.
Bidduferd, 3Ic, Dec, 4, The less by
the burning of the Peppcrell manufactu
ring company's cotton heuse last night
will reach 60,000; insured.
TK1CKKT UEATtS AC.AIN.
Bess Wins the Meat Knee en tbe Thames.
Londen Dee. 4. The sculling match
te-day between Ress and Trickctt, re
sulted In the former winning by three
Particulars of the Ilaee.
The sculling match between Trickett, of
Sydney, Australia, and Ress, of St. Jehn,
N. B., for 400 ever the Thames cham
pion course, from the aqueduct te the
ship at Mertlakc, 4 j miles, which was
undecided when they rowed Monday, the
29th tilt., the umpire haviug allowed Ress
claim of a foul at Hammersmith, was re
peated te-day and resulted iu a victory for
Ress, who weii the race by three lengths.
It will be remembered that the first day's
contest at the finish Trickctt was four
lengths in advance of Ress.
The weather was misty but fine, and
there was a fair sprinkling of spectators
along the bauks of the rivcn The water
was calm and geed tide. Ress rowed in
a jersey, but Trickctt was stripped te the
SAI DOMESTIC TKAOKOY.
A Yeung Wife Burned te Death . While
Kneeliug in Prayer Beside Her Baby.
Danville, Va., Dec. 4. On Sunday
last at Yanceyville, Caswell county, NX'.,
Mrs. Gertrude New, wife of Mr. Lewis
New, a prominent merchant of that vil
lage, was burned te death, her clothing
having ignited from a lire en the hearth of
her rooms where she was kneeling beside
her infant in prayer, preparatory te at
tending church. The lady had been mar
ried only a year a ml was net 20 years
SCARElJ OUT OF HIS SKXSKS.
Hew a Begus Spook Affected a Tenng Man.
Halifax, N. S., Dec. 4. A few even
ings age a young man named Chapman, at
Fert Lawrence, Cumberland county, was
passing a graveyard, when two or three
young men en mischief bent ran out,
covered with white sheets. Chapman has
since been in a state of delirium, and it is
feared thai his reason has fled.
DiHclpllne in tbe Army.
Washington, D. C, Dec. 4. Hayes has
approved the sentence of the court ceurt
maiti.il dismissing Captain Andrew Gcd
des, 25th iufantry, from the service. In
the case of First Lieutenant Wallace Scar,
23th infantry, sentenced by court-martial
te be dismissed from the service, Hayes has
mitigated the sentence te forfeiture of
rank and one-half pay for one year.
The Baltimore & Ohie Railroad Company.
PniLADELrniA. Dec. 4. It is stated
here that the Baltimore & Ohie rail
road company has commenced te cut rates
between JScw Yerk and the West. Ne
public announcement has yet been made
by the company, but it is admitted that in
some cases a reduction en regular fares has
Interceding for the Child Beater.
Albany, N. Y., Dec. 4. A petition
for the remission of the fine imposed en
Crowley, late of the Shepherd's Feld has
been presented te the governor. His im
prisonment expires Jan. J, 1881.
The Lyens Silk Trade.
Lonuen, Dec. 4. The crisis of the
Lyens silk trade continues. The value of
tbe experts te America in November was
only 2,500,000 francs which isnearly 1,000,
000 francs less than in October and 2,000,
000 less than in September.
TT tlse, free of charge. In the Ijttmxiemj
tan. who wants something te de.
WANTED A GOOD GIRL TO DO UBS
eral housework. Geed reference re
quired. Apply at Xe. 38 Seuth Qneen street.
JN 1 hereby notify the public in general that
1 employ nd person te purchase rags, old metal.
Ac, ler me. I wlH net be responsible ler these
representing themselves as my agenbkas I de
alfmv own buying. II. C. SHIRK.
- rmn.tvm,T3SA. December 4. Fleur duU but
heavy; auperflne at $3 253 75; extra at
$4 00tf5O; Ohie and Indiana ftunily $3 59
6 25: Penn'a family $3 3585 75 : St. Loaia
family 006M: Minnesetafinnily525608;
de patent IS 1236 75: Winter patent $7 09
8 00 : Spring de 7 SgS 25.
Bye flour at $5 85.
Wheat lower and unsettled : If e. 2 Western
Red f 13); Penn'a. Ked si U31 -JO; Amber
I 301 SI.'
Cern irregular, but generally firmer for
local use ; steamer, 94956c : yellow, new. 57c;
eldt;61c; mixed, new, 56$37c; old, 00c.
Oats higher wltb geed inquiry, bat light,
offerings ; He. 1 White 48A4SKe : Ne. 2 de 47
47Ke ; Ne. 3 de 4646Xc : Se. t Mixed 45c.
Kye steady ; Western 95c ; Penn'a Wc.
Previsions i ulet and unchanged; mess perk..
old. MS 75614 60; new, $15 50:beet HanutlS
1850; Indian m.sa beef $18001350; Bacen
smoked shoulders Sftfjtic ; salt de, old, 5c ;
new, 5Vc: smoked hams 9fifl0)c; pickled
hams SeSTic for old and new.
Lard scarce and steady ; city kettle at 9a :
loose butchers' 8K3&u; prime atcara $0 ue
Butter active and Arm in choice grades;
Creamery extra 3l35e : de geed te choice 310
33c; B. C. and X. V. extra 29330c : Western
reserve extra 2324c ; de geed te choice 17 S2c :
Rolls Arm ter choice ; Penn'a Fxtra 22QJ4c ;
Western Reserve extr.i HQil.
Kggs dull and easy ; Penn'a Extra 3I32e ;
Western Kxtra 30c.
Cheese market dull and prices lewer:
Xew Yerk lull cream at 13Uc ; Western
full cream nt 12MQli?j'c : de fair te geed at
11012c: de half iklms ami Penn'a. skims at
Petroleum firmer ; reflned at 9c
Whisky at $1 ltf.
Seeds Jeed te nrinic clever steady at $T
750: Timethy nothing doing ; Flaxseeldull
at $1 30.
New xerk Market.
Niw Yuax. December 4. FIour--State and
Western dull und strongly in buyers' favor :
Superfine, state 13 90j4 35; extra de at $4 SO
?5 00: .choice, de $50535 40: fancy de at
$5 453050 : roundheopOhio $a005 75: cholce'de
at $5 159(150; supertlne western $3 9091 25:
common te geed extra de $ISea520: chelca
de $5 2536 75 ; choice white wheat de $5 15
550; Southern quiet ; common te fair extra
$5 3595 85: geed te choice de $5 0037125.
Wheat heavy l17e lower and moderately
active; Xn. I White, Jan., $1 2I: Xe.3Red.
Dec., $1 -iUilil 22K"; de Jan., $1 AiQl 2;; de
Cern heavy Ke lower; Mixed western
.peL5760&c; de future. 5UJ.SS61KC.
Oats without decided change: Se. i i Dec,
UHmic ; de Jan., 4ti.e ; State 43Q51c ; West
Xkw Yerk Stocks.
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I? Oil SALE.
1 A twivsterv URICK HOUSE, with two twe twe
Merv Rrick Back Building attached, situate at
Ne. 520 East Orange street, with ga in every
room, und just newly papered. Will be sold at
private suli; en cheap and easy terms.
Apply ie iuii.a iiiLiHLni,
Ne. 23 North Queen Htrcet.
THE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS AT PRI
1 VATEsiilethattwo-stery BRICK DWELL
ING HOUSE with two-story Brick Baek Build
ing, situate at Ne. 4i Seuth Lime struct. The
house fronts 19 reef, and let extendi iu depth
193 feet te ion Lutheran church. The heuse
has been recently papered throughout; there
are seven large roeuitt with gas in every room
in the house, und water in the kitchen. Iu tli';
let are choice varieties of iruit trcen and a
line grape vine. On the feutli side of the hnii'e
h an alleyway for the exclusive use or thin
property. Possession given April 1, 1S81. If
net sold at private sule the above property
will be offered at public sub, at the Leepard
hotel, en Saturduy evening, December 1H. 1HS0,
at 7 o'clock. PHILIP DOERSOM.
A VALUABLE CITY BUSINESS PROPER
TV AT PRIVATE OR PUBLIC SALE.
That two-story brick and stone house, stores
aii't dwellings, sitnatcd Nes. 133 and 135 East
King street. Lancaster. Let 27 feet front by
150 feet in depth, mere or 1cjh. The flri't lloer
front is divided into two eligible store rooms.
The basement is lloer ud and plaster: d. The
dwelling has eight rooms, with large garret
and dormer window. Out-Tuilding and
fruit iu the yard, with right te street sewer
und te party wall en the west.
If net previously sold at private sale, the
above property will be ellcrcd at public sale en
Monday, December 13, 18K).
Sale te commence at 7 o'clock p. in., at the
Leepard Hetel, when conditions will be made
known by . JAMES HLVCK.
ilKNKV SUUBEIIT, AllCt. 12-lsd
On MONDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1SB0. will
lm sold et public sale at the Cooper house.
West King street, the following city property,
viz, : A lotef ground situated en the corner et
Green and Duke st recti, fronting en Duke
street 209 feet and 3 inches, running along
tfrcen street 177J4 leet, and along Lew street
200 feet, upon which are erected a one-story
Deuble Frame Heuse, .Stable und Heg-Sty in
rear of let : well or geed wafer with pump
therein ; al-e hydrant, frntt trees, Ac. The
fences around the grounds are in geed order.
The property will be sold in lets or iu the
whole as inav'bcat suit purchuhcrs.
Sale te commence at 7 o'clock p.m., when
terms will be made known by the TRUSTEES
OF fcT. STEPHENS' CHURCH.
PUBLIC SALE OP VALUABLE CITY
Property. On 3IONDA1. DEC. 20. ls,
will be sold at public sale, at t lie Cooper house,
Lancaster city, Pa., the following real estate,
Ne. 1. A let of creund fronting 20 feet le
inches en East King streets, between Lime anil
Shippen streets, ami extending in iicpin ra
0 inches te Church street en West line, und en
East line 15 feet, making a front en Church
street of 23 feet, en which is erected an elegant
three-story White Marble front hensc. with a
two-story brick back building, Ne. 242. The
house has all the modern improvements. leth
in style and finish, and isWell worthy the at
tention of persons wanting a convenient and
Ne. 2 consists of a three-story Brick Heuse,
fronting 14 feut nnd 4 inches en East King
street, und extending in depth 52 feet 2 Inches,
Ne. 3 East King street. Lancaster, Pa. This is
n 11 rat-class bubincss stand, new occupied as a
Shoe Stere, by Mr. Levy. The uljove proper
ties can Iks seen previous te the day et sule by
calling en the occupants.
Sale te commence at? o'clock, p. m., of said
day, when attendance will be given atid con
ditions of sale made known by
dmin!.-str.iter c. t. n.d.b. n., and Agent for
Alieirs et Jehn Metzgcr, deceased.
Samuel IIE33& Sey, Aucts. d 1-W.SAMASd
UBL1C KALE OF VALUABLE REAL
ESTATE On TUESOAV, DECEMBER
14, 1880, will be sold nt public vendue at tbe
Grape hotel (late Michael's), en North Queen
street. Lancaster, Pu.. the following valuable
real estate, which the undersigned offers for
sale en account et having entered Inte busi
ness in the western part of the state, viz :
Ne. 1. All that let orgreand, fronting en the
north side et West Orange street 22 feet, and
extending2iSfeetlntherearte a 14-fectwlde
alley. The Improvements are a very band
some ten-roomed two-story and mansard reef
Green Stene Frent DWELING HOUSE (being
Ne. 431 West Orange street), with all tbe best
modern Improvements. Including Jenning's
improved Londen water closet, marble top
wash stand, improved walled-ln range, cellar
heater, perfect drainage nnd sewerage, deep,
dry celler. white marble base and steps. There
la a well with pump and also rain cistern and
pump. Frent en premises is a yard 28 feet In
depth. enclosed with ornamental Iren, fence.
Se. 2. Let of ground In rear of Xes. 8 and le
East King street, Lancaster, fronting en an
alley CO feet nnd extending "pnUiwartly 32K
feel, en which a two-story URICK WARE-.
HOUSE Is erected 32x30 feet, new u,cd at a
Se 3. A let of ground, fronting 33. feet en
College avenue and 142 feet en Columbia
avenue. A very eligible location for building
suburban residences. Will be sold as a whole
or in parts te suit purchasers; i .
Possession and geed tiUcsea April I; IStu.
Sale te commence at. 7 o'clock p.m., of saM
day, when due attendance will be given and
terms of sal emade known by
H. Sltrar, Auct. nSS-WftStid