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LANCASTER DAILY INTELLlGENCiai. FRIDAY DECEMBER 10, 1830.
AX INTERESTING CASK.
A Mistaken Father Attempts Illegal Ec Ec Ec
coveryef 111 Indentured Child.
A case of considerable juiciest te the
management of the Children VHe:ae and
te parents having children therein, was
disposed of by Alderman Barr yesterday.
Wm. Nixderf, a widower of the First
ward, this city, si peer laboring man, had
two children a son and a daughter sent
te the Heme. The little girl, about twelve
years old, under the rules of the institu
tion, was duly indentured te Philip II.
Moere, living en the AVabauk read, in
Lancaster township. A report reached
Nixderf that Moere had beaten the little
girl andjetherwise treated her cruelly ; se
he went te 3Ioero's te take her away. She
was at school at the time, and
Nixderf went te the school heuse
and took her away. After leading
her off for some distance, he wa'i met by
Mr. Moere, who insisted en taking the
girl back te his home, and after sonic
trouble tu?cceded in doing se. He then
sued Nixderf under the law which pro
vides punishment for these who entice ap
prentices te leave their masters ; and Nix-
derf sued Moere for assault and battery en
the little girl. 1 he cases were heard te
gether before Alderman iJarr, and the tes
timony showed that Mr. Moere and his
wife instead of being cruel te the little
girl had treated her with due kindness,
provided her with plenty of feed and com
fortable clothing and sent her te school as
provided for in the indentuic, and that the
little girl preferred stryiug with them te
going home with her father. The ease of
assault and battery against -Mr. Moere was
Mr. Nixderf acknowledged that he went
te the school and took the little girl away
after he heard she had been abused, but
lie plead ignorance of the law, and said he
thought he had a right te take her home.
C N. Sproul, esq., who represented both
Mr.Moerc and the Heme said theiewas no
desire te press the ease against Nixderf,
provided he obligated himself te net again
interfere with the little girl or attempt te
take her away. Nixderf made the neces
sary obligation, and the ease agaiu.tt him
The Heme management have been much
annoyed by iuueii.sulcratc parents attempt
ing te get their children out of the Heme
after they have hecn duly entered there, or
in getting them away irem the persons te
whom they have been indcniuied. Parents
and guardians should understand that
after children are admitted te the Heme
they will net be dismissed except
upon the most satisfactory evidence that
they will be as well provided for anil as
well educated outside tiie Heme as in it;
and that after inmates have been regular
ly indentured te learn trades, they must
remain with their employers until their
term of service expires or until their in
dentures have been legally cciicsllcd. On
the ether hand employers should bear in
mind that they tee are liable te punish
ment for ill usage towards their appren
tices or for neglecting te strictly fulfil all
the terms of their contract as specified in
Children arc only admitted te the Heme
upon the urgent application of parents or
upon a showing of some public interest de
manding their admission ; but te sever
their relation with it at the whim of every
unreasonable parent would he highly de
moralizing te a well conducted institution.
Yesterday morning as Mr. Jacob Diehm
and wife, of Pcnn township, were en their
way te Lancaster, the left, front spindle e f
the top buggy in which thev were seated
broke entirely elf when neariiigthc school
beuse building, in Manheim borough.
The horse commencing te kick and run,
Mr. Diehm was jerked out of the buggy
en te the ground, and at Arudt's store the
animal, which had kepten miming, jumped
ever the iron railing en te the pavement,
demolishing the w.igeu and continuing his
course en the pavement up te Prussian
street, was caught in front of Mrs. Di.icn
derfer's bearding house. The wife and a
three-year-old child of William Ruth, who
liiad accompanied then, were forcibly
thrown en the pavement. Nene of the
three, however, is supposed te he seriously
injured ; but ene of the horse's hind legs
was somewhat lacerated and bruised
Oil' ttie Track.
At Mcllvain's mil read siding, IJello IJelle IJello
mente, yesterday, one of the trucks of a
freight car jumped the rail blocking up the
south track of the read for half an hour or
mere. The accident was caused by a loose
At Glen Lech, yesterday afternoon, a
freight car also left the track causing a
short delay te passenger and freight
Blasting rock is of very frequent occur
rence, but blasting earth is mere rare.
This morning, laborers employed in dig
ging a trench te connect a sewer from
Senseiiig's new building with the public
sewer corner of Duke and Grant streets,
found the ground se badly frozen, that
it wasse hardjte dig it up with picks, that
they attempted te blast it with powder.
The attempt was only partially successful,
as the blasts expended themselves beneath
the frozen crust, and the men finally built
aline of lire along the trench ami thus
thawed out the frost.
Death of an Editor.
J. W. Sandee, late editor of the Stras
burg Free Press, died at his residence in
Strasburg en Wednesday of consumption.
Mr. Sandee was a practical printer,
arid some years age, in connection with
Geerge II. Hand:, established the New
Helland Clarien. About three years age
he sold his interest in the Clarien and pur
chased from Geerge B. Eager the Stras
burg Free Press, which he CDiiductcd until
about a month age. lie leaves a wife and
several young child rcn.
Improvement in I.llil..
Isaac F. Bembcrser and Isaac llueh
have purchased from 1. G. I'fuut;-, Gl feet
of ground fronting en Itread hlieer, adjoin
ing the Litltz Springs hotel. The pur
chasers will erect thereon two business
houses. Mr. Bembcrgcr began operations
this week, and will push the work as rap
idly as possible.
A number of ice-merchants, confec
tioners, butchers, hotel- keepers and ethers
who use large quantities of ice during the
summer, are availing themselves of the
present cold snap te harvest a supply of
ice. On the city reservoir and ponds in
the vicinity of the city the ice is almost
five inches thick and en the Concstega
from three te four inches.
Is Dr. Carpenter's birthday; ami Clare
Carpenter's ; and also Christ Cast's; and
as we have about 2C, 000 people in Lan
caster it is probably the birthday of 70 or
80 mere. But they have net bscn heard
Cyrus D. McCaskcy. telegraph opsrater
at the Pennsylvania railroad tower, in this
city, has been compelled te lay off for two
or three days past, by severe indisposition.
He is somewhat better te-day.
Al. P. Pulmer's billiard room, leepsncd
last evening, has been handsomely fitted.
Elegant furniture, true t ibles, well kept
cues, pictured walls, and uoed liuhr, make
it attractive for these wh handle the cue.
The mayor discharged ene tramp this i
morning and gave a drunk 10 days.
OUR REGULAR CORRESPONDENCE
The mercury at 12:45 o'clock points te
seventeen degrees Black's hotel the spot.
There has been a fall of about a feet in
the river in the last couple of days. It is
new but little, if any, above low water
mark. The ice, we guess, is a permanent
fixture for the season.
The Frederick accommodation train west
was fifty minutes late yesterday after
noon. Chester Herbert, a seven-year-old school
boy, at the Cherry street building, was
accidentally knocked down while drinking
water at the hydrant yesterday afternoon,
and falling en the iron receiving trough,
was severely cut en the forehead. The ac
cident occurred at recess. Herbert's cut
is about three incnes long ana raiuer
deep. He was taken home.
Council will held its regular monthly
meeting this evening. Something will
probably be done in the question of mar
kets. The east yard at this place was blocked
last evening and the Harrisburg accem
modatien train west was compelled te run
in en the south track. Dispatcher Heclar
says a freight tram sacaked men him and
"We took a walk yesterday afternoon te
a point near the St. Charles furnace in
search of a geed skating ground, but
were unsuccessful in finding a suitable
spot. There is plenty of ice, but it is net
of the light kind. Lying in the basin and
canal near the point mentieued are new
fiem twenty te thirty or forty canal beats,
all lirmlv held by the ice. Seme of the
crews yet held the fort in the cabins.
The river, in front of town is again
closed. Ice formed last night between the
bridge and the dam and is at this writing
about an inch thick. It is a very pretty
sheet, but is net as smooth as was that of
the first freeze. The mercury last night
was wholly en the descending scale.
The boys complained against by. Dr.
Kline, of Chestnut Hill, fordiserderly con
duct will be given a hearing te-morrow
afcrnoen before Justice Evaus.
Kev. I W. Slaley has returned from the
Harrisburg conference of the E. E. Luth
eran church, held at Millersburg, Dauphin
The Scheel lluurd Meeting.
At last niirht's mcctinjr of the school
beard the finance committee presented the
following report :
llalnncc en hand at date of last report. .$ 883 5T,
Kcnt te November 23.
Proceeds of nete renewed .
J. W, Steacy, tuition
.1. G. Hess, tax collector 1878
.1. U. I less, tux collector 1S79
T. 1J. Dunbar, tax collector rsse
Ordcis paid since last report....
.... 1,102 1-3
Balance in treasury $ 423 41
A note clue en December G was renewed
for full amount for sixty days and the ac
tion of the finance committee in making
the renewal was approved. Orders were
granted for the payment of bills amount
ing te $74.08. The rent committee re
ported rents all paid for the month of No
vember. The meeting hour of the beard
was changed from 8 o'clock te 7:30 o'clock
p. m. On motion the schools were ordered
te be closed en Tuesday December 24, te
be reopened en Monday January 3, 1881.
The superintendent reported the attend
ance of pupils for October and November
as fellows :
October whole number in attendance
males, 505 ; females, COS ; average attend
ance during the mouth males, 498 ; fe
males, 525 ; percentage of attendance dur
ing the month males, 92 i; females, 9-A;
percentage of attendance for term te date
males, 93 ; females, 9J.
November whole number in attendance
males, 553 ; females, 582 ; average at
tendance during the month males, 477 ;
females, 503; percentage of attendance
during the month males, 94J ; females,
93 ; percentage of attendance for terra te
date males, 94 ; females, 94.
The secretary was instructed te request
all physicians of the borough that in cases
of contagious disease under their attention
the parents of same family be cautioned
against sending any children te the public
schools during the eeutinuauce of the dis
ease ; and that said physicians be also re
quested te immediately notify the borough
superintendent if cases of contagious dis
eases ; and further, that no children of a
family having any such disease shall be
permitted te attend the public schools
until the attending physician shall have
issued a certificate setting forth that all
danger of contagion is past.
Upen the recommendation of the finance
committee the tax duplicate of 1877 was
ordered te be closed upon the payment of
$73.02 outstanding taxes by collector Jehn
TUen te Morrlsteirn.
Levi Cehen, the insane man who at
tempted te kill his brother last week, was
taken te the Norristown insane asylum
this morning by Superintendent Cox and
Fer thee distressing diseases peculiai
women Day- Kiesky Fad is invaluable.
M'ilhelmJ Tonight. The great master of the
violin, August Wilhclmj, in the attraction at
the opera house te-night, anil his natne,itselt a
tower of strength in every Intelligent and
uiusic-lnving community. Is en this occasion
supported by these of Ceestantin Sternberg,
the Uussian pianist, and Miss I.etitia Fritch,
the celebrated prima denna soprano. Such a
galaxy et musical talent has seldom before
hone in this community, and our peeple
should net permit tills opportunity of a grand
musical trcal te pass by unimproved.
having becomes a luxury when indulged in
daily with Cutieitra Shaving Seap.
Her power was retained by leree of personal
charms. She led the old "boys" captive
whenever nhc talked " pretty" te them and
showed her teeth. History should tell us that
she used SOZODOXT, but it don't. The -preparation
she useil might have had another
name then. d-lwdced&w
.Mothers never fail te recommend Malt Hit
ters as neurishim; and strengthening.
It is impossible ler a woman after a faithful
course of treatment with Lydia E. IMnkhnnrs
Vegetable Compound te continue te sutrer
with a weakness et the uterus. Enclose a
stamp te Mrs. Lydia E. FInkbam, 233 Western
avenue, Lynn, Mass.,' for pamphlets.
Victim no Lenger.
l!cn. llrust, llersehcads, Chemung Ce.,X. Y.,
writes : 1 have been a victim te Dyspepsia, in
thu worst shape it could attack an English
man. I would nit down te enjoy a meal, of
something I like ; alter taking a few mouths meuths
lul, I would be overcome with a fullness of the
stomach, and have te step. I constantly had
the Heartburn and Ileaduche.alse a Dizziness.
5Iy mother procured me a bottle of Spring
Illnssem ; it cured me ; I can cat a square meal
and enjoy it. I never felt better in my life,
i'rice 30 cents, trial size 10 cents.
Fer sale by II. B. Cochran, druggist, 137 and
159 North Queen street, Lancaster, l'a.
Hurrah! for our Side.
Many people have lest their interest In poli
tics itnd In amusements because they are se
out of sorts and run down that they cannot
enjoy anything. If such persons would only
be wise enough te try that eclebrated remedy
K idney Wert and experience its tenie and ren
ovating effects they would seen be hurrahing
with the loudest. In cither dry or liquid form
ills a perfect remedy ler torpid lirar, kldncy
or howls. Exchange.
The most wonderful and marvelous success,
In cases where persons are sick or pining away
from a condition of miserableness, that no one
knows what ails ihem (profitable patients for
doctors), is obtained by the use et Hep Bit
tars. 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 Hitlers. See 'Truths'' and " Proverbs"
In another column. U 2wd&w
Saved from Death.
Mm. Jacob Willlsen, Marien, O., says her
child was net expected te live, owing te a
severe attack of Croup; she tried Dr. Thema-'
Eclcctric Oil, which save immediate relief.
Mr. C. Clendennen. Marien, O.. used Dr.
Thorns' Eclcctric Oil for liunieus ; he says at
first start he thought it was like the rest of the
advertised humbug-, but was agreeably disap
pointed and new would net be without tonic
In the house for any money.
Fer sale by 11. 1!. Cochran, dreggi-t, 3".7 and
133 North Queen street. Lancaster, Pa.
Tens or Grape ami Their L'fcc.
It is astonishing te see the large quantity of
grapes of the finest quality, and large clusters
that are each year mashed up ler wine, at the
vineyaids of A. Spc.-r, Passaic, X. J. Mr.
Speer buys large quantities of grapes, and also
raises the Oporto grape, from which he makes
his celebrated wine, without the admixture of
alcohol or spirits. This wine N found by care
ful analysis te be the beat wine in market for
Invalids and debilitated persons. It is called
Speer's Pert Grape Wine, and Is sold by drug
gists. It is extensively used by churches for
tlie communion table. Excellent ter fatigued
females. This wine is recommended by I Irs.
Alice and Davis, and for sale by II. E. Slay
Speaking by signs is never (aloud) allowed :
neither are any Impurities ei the llloed allow
ed te speak in "the shape of Pimples or Blotches
when Spring Iiloeui is taken." Price 50 cents,
trial bottles 10 cents.
Fer sale bv II. 15. Ce-jhian, druirglst, 1ST and
139Xerlh Queen stre.it, Lancaster, Pa.
" Iireivii'x Bronchial Troches" i.re r.sc.i with
advantage te alleviate Coughs Sere Threat,
Hoarseness and ISrenchial Affection-. Ter
thirty years these Treehes have been in use,
with annually increasing favor. They uiv net
new and untried, but, having been tcded by
wide and constant use ler r.varly an entire
generation, they ljuvc attained -.veil-merited
rank anions the few staple lemcdlesef the age.
' Brown's Hi .i- ' ial Treches'1 act directly
en the organs ' i. u voice. Tl.ey have an ex
traordinary ei.i ! iuall disorder-! nfthoThreat
and Larynx, i- -.erii; a healthy tone v. hen rc
laxcd. eith'" - mi cold or ever-exert ion of thu
voice, and pi ueeaelearaiid distinct enunci
ation. tipc,irrxanil8iiijci'xlint the Troches
A Cough, Celd, Catarrh ei Sore Threat re
quires immediate attention, as neglect otten etten
times results in some incurable Lung !I.-ea-.,e.
" Jtrewn's Ittunehial Troches" will almost in
varianly give relief. Imitations are offered ier
sale, many et which are injurious?. The genu
ine "JSreuji's Jtrencltiul Troches"1 are sold
only in bete. iiinl.Vlyd&wTu.Th.tS
Stackfek Maktij.-. OntlwtUhef Hecuiubcr,
18s!U, at Screll's Franklin heue, by the Kev.
V. T.Gerhard, KliasStauffer te .Mi- Sue Y.
Martin, both of East Larl.
Sandee. December 8, lt'Se, in strasburg..!.
W. Sandee. aged ;!1 years, 1 month and S days.
The luiicral will take jilace en Sunday, at
10 o'cleck.from the residence of the deceased,
xew ad veiitisj:mi:sts.
GUCAXD HMO KAI-FI.K AT HKNKV
r XEAM KR'S SALOON, corner of Orange
and Water Streets, en Saturday eveuiiiK nexl.
PDLMER'S BILLIARD PARLOR.
A. 1. FULMKU lias refurnished and relit ted
his Ililliard Hull in Centre Square. Kvery thins
new: the llnest Cellender Tablet, in the city,
jliul evervthliiK added ti make his rooms the
most elegant and comfortable in La-.ieaster.
Allloverset itiillar.H : cordially invited
te call. It'1
',1s the place ler
Wine?, Liquor.; and 'Alcohol.
Alse, Fresh Groceries very cheap.
Se. 2 JT. WEST KlXi; STItEI'.T.
the KMreuit'.n ren ueiijiav Pki;s-
1 EXTS. Presents for all at FKKY'S CITY
1MIAKMACY. North Ijiieen, corner Orange
street, Lancasler, I'a. An linmeue variety of
Toilet Sets. Ladies' and Cents' Companions,
LadicV Cabbas, Uussia Leather and Se;il Skin
I'ocket-Ueoks, Letter am! Card l'ih;. Fans,
Cigar Cases. Sec. Fine Colognes, T.dlel Waters.
Cut IJhlss Het tics, &'.
-CALL AND EXAMINE.
OKPIIANS COfliT SALIC.
On FRIDAY, DKCKMHEi: I", INK), pur
suant te authority in the last will and testa
ment of Jehn Tomlinson. late of Lancaster
city, deceased, we the undersigned executers
therein will expose te public sale, at the
Leepard Hetel, East King htreet, Lancaster
eity, the following described properly, late the
property of iid Jehn Tomlinson. deceased :
Xe. 1. A two-story ISKICIi DWELLING
IIOl'SE, Se. 4!) Middle street, a Stene and
Ilriek Stable and ether improvements. The
let fronts ) feet, mere or ie-s, en Jiidil'e
street, and extends lli feet, mom or lc-s, te
Se. 2. A two-story IJriefc Duelling lleu-e.
Ne. 210 riiim street, with a one-story Ibick
Hack Iliiildingand ether improvements. The
let lrents If! feet t inches, mere or le-s, en
l'lniil street, and extends brjfee!, mere or less,
Sale te commence nt 7 o'clock p. in., when
attendance will be given and terms" made
known by KOIST. FAl.'LDING.
R. P. ItewE, Auct. r.xucuteisi,
CHOICE WHITE GRAPES,
FIXE CM'STEItS, i.c. per pound.
LOOSE URAPKS, 20c Per Pound.
New Paper Shell Aimniids, llnudl Xut, ihig
lis.i Walnuts, Filberts, IV.imii Xuts. Shell
1,009 pounds of FIUs at U).-. per pound.
lWO pounds of PltUX HS : pounds ier 23e.
1,500 pounds et l'UUXES '', pounds for -J e.
l.'KK) pounds efaie. IIAIS1XS ler lie. a pound.
1,00.1 CltEAM XUTS at H'e. per pound.
10 Hogsheads of that
ELEGANT SYRUP, 121C. PER QUART.
600 Cans XX G.& !!. Tem iters at i-V per e.tn.
EAST KING STItnilT.
CHINA HALL. I
It is an undisputed tact tint the
FisfUT axoLap.esst Disr.vvei'
Haviland Decorated China,
Majolica Ware, Vase. Cologne Sets, Plain,
Engraved anil Cut Glassware, Toys, Lain s,
White Decorated Stene China Tea, Dinner and
Chamber Sets, at the
Will be found at
HIGH & MARTIN.
15 EAST KINS STKSET.
GREAT BARGAINS IN
CLOAKS AND DOLMANS.
WATT, SHAND & COMPANY
liave made large purchases of these goods
JUST OPENED AX
Japanese Ware. Chinese Xevcltics, Kioto
at LOWEST CITY PRICES.
NEW YORK STORE,
8 AND 10 EAST KING STREET.
NEW GOODS FOR THE HOLIDAYS.
LADIES, for New, Desirable and Cheap Silk Handkerchiefs, Lace Ties. But But
eons of all Kinds, Corsets, Kid and Lisle Thread Gloves, Hosiery, &c, call at QTJN
DAKER'S. A Full Line of Fancy Articles suitable for a
NICE CHRISTMAS PRESENT,
offered cheap at GUNDAKER'S. Alse, an inducement in the MILLINERY DE
PARTMENT, with a view te closing out the entire Stock.
Plush Bennets and Hats offered at a Sacriflce.
Plueh and Velvets all Shades, sold cheap.
Bennets and Hats in French and "Weel Felts, for 50 and 75c.
'Give us a call and examine our
142 & 144 North Queen Street, Lancaster, Pa.
Manufacturing Jeweler, Zahm's Cerner,
Things in our
Beautiful and Durable Christmas Gilts.
HOLD BRONZES, GOLD HEAD CANES,
GOLD THIMBLES, SILVER HEAD CANES,
SILVER THIMBLES, OPERA GLASSES.
GOLD PENS AND PENCILS,
HAirDKBROHD3P AND GLOVE BOXE3,
GOLD BRONZE SMOKING SETS,
PINE CIGAR SETS,
ALL THESE AXD JIASY MOllK AT
ZAHM'S CORNER, LANCASTER, PA.
In addition the many line and expensive
found thu following articles at one dellar:
Lace Tins, at ene dollar.
Ear itiis at one dollar.
Sleeve llultens at oho delhir.
Sets of Studs nt one dollar. '
Teeth l'icks at one dollar.
Tenc-iN at one dollar.
Amongst the articles at Five Dollars
Watches at (Ive dollars.
Diamond Kings at live dollars.
Hrenzes at live dollars.
Held Thimbles at live dollars.
Ladies' Watch Chains at live dollars.
Articles between One and Five Dollars :
Syrup Pitchers, tf
liehl Pens and Helders,
Spoons and Ferks,
The public are cordially invited te examine our stock of HOLIDAY CiOODS.
H. Z. RHOADS & BRO,
4 WEST KING STREET, LANCASTER, PA.
XE IV AD I'EIITISEXEXTS.
te i;i:ase.-;.i:li: erFKK refused.
Organs and Pianos. XEW AXD SECOXD-
II AXD, at greatly reduced prices.
Fulton Opera Heuse, Lancaster.
FLli'i & BREKEMAK.
GRAND OPENING OF
MS, CHRISTMAS GOODS.
larger stock than ever. Lewer prices than
ever Every varlet v of Mechanical Toys.
DOLLS! DOLLS! DOLLS!
BLOCKS AXD GAMES.
Horses, Carts, Wagons, sleigh?, Velocipedes
; t'SEFFL CHISTMAS PRESENTS. '
i Elegant Carvers.silverplated Knives, Silver
plated Speen-, Silver-plated Ferks. The above
j goods are ItedgersA llre.'s best goods, bought
' at a sacriiice. and will be sold very le.v.
; HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS.
Tin, fr licet Iren and Weeden Ware at (ireat
(Ji'cat Stere ami Heater Stere,
152 North Queen Street,
Commencing Saturday, Dec. 1 1th.
POSITIVE CLOSING OUT
Ne. SO NOKTI1 OUKKX STKKET.
Fine Watches for Ladles and Gents, Key ami
Stem Winders in Geld anil Silver, Solid
silver and Plate 1 Ware, Sets Ear Kings,
Kings, Chains, Necklaces.
j Knives, Ferks And Spoons.
All te be sold without reserve.
The Fixtures te be sold at the close of sale,
and the Stere will bu Fer Kent from APK1L
FlJim k Breneus,
away below manufacturer's price:
ELEGANT LINE OF
Thousands of rare and beautiful articles
.stock that muhe
ilwuys feunii in our stock will be
Silver Fruit Knives at one dollar.
Sugar Spoons at one dollar.
Crcain Spoons at one dollar.
Childrcns' Kings at one dollar.
Gentlemen's Scarf Tins, at one dollar.
Anil a great variety et ether articles.
each will be found :
Ccutlcnicns' U'aich Chains at live dollar.
Fancy Articles in Gerham Plate at live
lieiitiemeus' Ueld Lockets at live dollars.
Ladies Geld Lace. Pins at live dollars.
Fruit, Dinner and Tea Knives.
Berry and Fruit Spoons,
Childrcns' and Misses Necklace
&e., tc., Ac.
"I'j'OI.TOX OI'EKA IIOUSI-:.
POSITIVELY ONE Nllill T ONLY !
run) ay Erxxixa, dec je.
The Musical Event of the Season !
GRAND COMBINATION CONCERT
By the following Celebrated Artists:
The Great Russian Pi:uiist.
Letitia Louise Fritch,
The Chnrming Prima Denna Sopr.we
The world-renowned Violin Virtuoso.
MAXVOCUJCH, - - - - Musical Director.
KESEKVED SEATS, - - - T.-.cXiSl.
Saleet Seats en Tuesday Morning, 7th Inst.
The celebrated Weber Pianos used at these.
ultex eriritA ueusi:.
SATUKDAY AFTERNOON AND EVENING
TIIE GREATEST OF ALL NOVELTIES.
Native Palestine ARABS.
SELIM IIASIIMI, Discoverer of Livingstone,
THE SHEIK AIJOUDAVEH,
TIIE SHEIK YOLSEPII AWDEII,
TIIE SIIEIR MOHAMMED SULIEMAN,
PROF. JAMES KO.-5EDALE.
Arab Greetings and Salutations; tlie Feast
ing id the Citizensandlicdeuins: Illustrations
et Trading Among the iledeuins: ISetretlml
and Marriage Ceremonies : an Arub Concert
and Sword Dancing: the KcJeuiu Robbers;
Religious Riles and Ceremonies, introducing
the Famous Hewling and Whirling Dervish
ADMISSION TO MATINEE...
O-Rcserved Seats at Yccker'
.."0 ami ::.; ct.
.HO and 35 Cts.
j en Thursday
C HEAT WESTEKN GUN 1VOICK, Pitts
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Rifles, shot guns, revolvers, i-out C. O. D. fe.
iHK ItOAKD OF t::cstei.s OF '111E
leatcs Institute desire te ciuulev an as
sistant master in their school. Annlicants
will call upon Kev. C. F. Knight. D.D., presi
dent of the beard, GEOKGE NAUMAN,
FRIDAY EVENING, DEC. 10, 1880.
"Washington, Dec. 10. Fer the Middle
Atlantic states, stationary or rising fol
lowed by falling barometer, and westerly
winds, higher temperature, clear or partly
ANOTHER MIXING HORROR.
Eighty-Seven Versens Likely rerlsbed.
Cardiff, Dec. 10. A great explosion
occurred this merni'mr at tha PcnvirnV
new colliery, in the Rhondda valley. It is
believed that ,87 .persons have perished.
Au cxplerius party has just discovered six
tccn corpses. Damp and rubbisl im
pede the search. The pit is one mile from
the scene of the great explosion in Denas
colliery, January 15, 1873, when sixty per
The shock was felt for miles around, the
earth shaking as if there were an earth
quake. There are also eighteen horses in
the pit. The most intense excitement pre
vails. All the readj and approaches are
thronged with waiting men, women and
children and their cries are heartrending.
Many volunteers offered te join an ex
ploring party, but up te nine o'clock no
attempt was made te descend the shaft.
There is net the slightest hope of saving
any of the men in the pit. Seven corpses
have been brought te the surface and
many mere have been seen. It has been
definitely ascertained that all are dead.
JOHN KELLY BEATEN.
TheTaimiinny Chieftain ue Lenger Cen-ji
roller of the City of; Mew Yerk Allen
Xew Yerk, Dec. 10. Allen Campbell
has just been confirmed comptroller, vice
Stormy Proceedings In the Heard of Alder
Xi:w Yerk, Dec. 10. Mayer Cooper
.sent te the beard of aldermen te-day the
name of Allen Campbell te be comptroller
in flie place of Jehn Kellr. Alderman
Pcrley moved te confirm and Alderman
Kirk moved te amend by referring te a
committee. Debate ensued.
During the progress of the vote en the
amendment Alderman Houghten voted in
favor of it because he said the mayor had
net consulted the Democratic members of
the beard. When the name of Alderman
Saner was called he said Allen fe'ampbcll
was an unscrupulous man and denounced
the statement that Tammany hall had af
iilial:i with the Republican party for any
Campbell was confirmed Jby a vote of 13
te 8. The beard of alderman is composed
of 9 Tammany Democrats, 1 anti-Tammany
Democrats and G Republicans.
ItUM AND BAD WOMEN.
What Drought William Gray te the Hcaneld
SiiEitmtoeK, Quebec, Dec. 10. William
Gray, convicted of the murder of Themas
Mulligan, was hanged this morning at 8
o'clock. The prisoner slept well last night
and ate a hearty breakfast.
On the scaffold he spoke in a strong
voice, asserting his innocence of murder.
He said his only crime was in stealing ar
ticles belonging te the murdered man
which were found in his possession. He
advised all young men te avoid rum and
bad women, saying ib was these two evils
which had brought him te the gallows.
The IVi:slen mil In the Dense.
Washington, D. C, December 10.
The appropriations committee reported
the pension appropriation bill and it was
ordered printed. It appropriates $48, 000,
000 for army pensions, 81,000,000 for navy,
and $'i00.000 for surgeons, etc.
The Senate concurrent resolution as te
counting the electoral vote was then called
up, but the Heuse seen afterwards went
into committee en the private calendar.
Ctithellc Church Burned.
reTTsvn.LE, Dec. 10. The Catholic
church at Xew Philadelphia was destroyed
by fire this morning caused by a defective
ilue. Less, 81,500; fully insured.
Failure of a CofTec Importing Heuse.
Xew Yerk, Dec. 10. The coffee im
porting heuse of Bewie, Dash & Ce., re
cently in the syndicate with Arneld &Ce.,
suspended te-day. Ne statemen of liabili
ties. Mern juaklug at A gram.
Vienna,, Dec. 10. A shock of earth
quake occurred at Agram, Croatia, en
Wednesday night. Ne serious damage.
Fifty iMilllenn for Pensions.
Washington, Dec. 10. The Heuse ap
propriations committee this morning
acrccd te report the pension appropriation
bill te the Heuse te-day. The bill appro
SSO.OOO Werth or Sauce.
St. Lefis, Dec. 10. The pickle and
tabic sauce factory and wareroema of
Ycaruall Bres., North Main street, was
damaged try fire last night te the extent
Portsmouth, X. II., Dec. 10. Nathan
Weeds, burned in the Kearsarge mills fire
last week, died this morning.
Court Heuse and Recerd Burned.
Cincinnati, Dec. 10. The court house
at Andersen, Ind., burned this morning.
All thu court records were destroyed.
lire at Versailles, Ky.
Cincinnati, Dec. 10. A fire at Ver
sailles, Ky., this morning, destroyed 15
Departing Frem the Doctrine of the Fathers.
New Yerk Sun.
When the fathers of the constitution
were framing that instrument, it was pro
posed te confer en the chief executive of the
nation some high-sounding title, uch His
Highness or His Majesty. But the sturdy
statesmen of the Revolutionary period re
jected the preposition, and decided that
he should have no royal haudlc te his
name, but should be called simply The
Mr, Hayes has departed from the spirit
of the Fathers, and has been cudgelling
his bruin te suggest some new title for the
already much-titled Grant. Already a new
military rank and title higher than a ny
bestowed upon Washington have been
created for the special benefit of Grant.
The next thing te be expected is an am
bitious party in American politics boldly
proposing te confer, the title of Emperor
upon Grant, carrying with it Imperial pew-
mm ier uic aim alter ins death te his
On the question of conferring a new title
en Grant it is te he hoped the Democracy
will present a united front in opposition.
It is net the trifling matter the Jlenubl:-
Cans Would fhln miln ; ......-.. !.... .-.
dangerous stride toward imperial i'lr.iitr.-tiens.
.MmttMiiA. Dec. 10. Fleur m.-.rket
dull but price unchanged, owing te ii..ht
ZYS rsuperllne at 5 25SJ 7u extraat
f350'-, ohie !n' Indiana twullyssw
6 25; Penn'a tamilr- ft". iw. - . s,. , ..?:
SSHXt?631' MiniM-seta ramtlrW-ritfitoe:
TS,"t?1.ut;.w,iJ,;50: Winter patent $'.&.
7 25 ; Spring de $7 WS -,. '
Kye flour dull at JO -.a.
Wheat unsettled and dccliiiin;' : Ne '
wniiuHiimi weaic: steamer. at .'.:.: vol vel vol
lew, ehl,59C;:ncw,5;c; inixud. new, .viv; old,
Uats quiet and easier ; Ne. 1 White R-.u
Sde4c; Ne. 3 de 4ClSc; Ne. Z Mixe. -it
Bye quiet ; Western a".e; Penn'a 'Av.
Previsions quiet, but steady ; iiits r.erh
old, $13 50; new, $15 i; beet'lmr.is at SIS mi
Ola SO; Indian m.ss beef $17 .'.!); R.icen
meked shoulders Jftfttic; Nil: de. old. :.i. v -new,
Hc; smoked hams y'...fl0J.;e: m.-kuu
Lard steady ; city kottie- at ;tl: ,; : :, no
butchers' SJic; prime steam S'ft'A
Cutter quiet aside from VdrU-tlv choice :
Creamery extra ."5iS:i;c : de nod te e'lieic s-wi
34c; 15. C. and N. V. extra JSI.-Mij : Western
reserve extni2:a2ie: de kihmI t Ldiok-e ;sfc.':).--Kells
nrm ter cheice: IVnu'u l'trsi il.'-'ie
Western Kcserve extra 2-'-.'.".
Eggs llrm with eoediuquirv for fie.h ; ';
32c ; VVcstui r 3i!31e.
Cheese market dull and prier weal.
New Yerk in!! cream at n.Jls'.'c.; Western"
full cream at l-J'.c: de i.nr n. ,.,.,.;i .,,
liable: de hall sUiin- uud Penn'a. skimat
Petroleum llrm ; refined at !l re.
Whisky at $1 ltf.
Seeds Geed te prime clever 'dull at .-7 CO
6750; Timethy nothing dem-c; I'laV-red
neuiin:Uat f 1 M.
New Yuri; .llnraci.
Sum Vekk. Dec. 10. flour-State and West
ern In buyer's favor, light twperi and Jobbing
trade ;SunertIiic state J IUf'-liii:i-AtiadeTi i.n
64 70; cliolcedei$fstif7r. in; l.mev de at
$.15650; renflll hoop Ohie ti TO.". .".(. choice
ileat $35596 S3; supc.une itcster:i :::..?: isl;
common te geed e.vti-a de t H)ti 1 7."; ehnlcu
de 5 M)3G 73 ; cheU.i white wee.it de f" in
6C 00 ; Southern did. ; comiiien te lair e.tra
f5 00ii550; iretI te clioice def" .(lli; 73.
Wheat Winter Ked a i.a.la ca.-ir; While a
trifle firmer, quiet ; Ne. 1 White, .Ian.,: i-t'..a
1 18; ;de l-'cb.,$r.'l ; Ne. 2 ited, .lau. .! -.ll'Ti-,)
l2Hji;de Feb.. $1 ial 2.";rt ; d.. .Vhiuh ,1 i."...
Cern dull, without deeiM-d ehun-e; .Ui.tt,".
western 8pet.53iW3SJie: de lutur.-. M.f.vie.
Oats dull; Statu 1 1& i:ie ; Western i-Ie!-".
NlW VeIlK STOCK3.
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EOK SALE Oi: JCEXT.
PU1SL1C SALE OF KKAI. KSTA'lr:.
ON FKIDAY, DECKMIIKU'ilth, l.s.S., the
undersigned will sell nt publie sale, at Urn
Susquehanna Hetel, in Washington borough,
the following described real estate: A l-'raim:
mVELLIKU IIOUS K and Let of Cieunil.sil
uatcd en Mill Htreet, in -said borough, ( l.ewcr
Ward). Tliree Leta of Creiiud, m led 1 1011 1.
and 1W) feet deep, fronting en itaphe met
Hemplleld streets (Upper Ward), in said bor
ough, all known as the Allisen iirnpefly.
Sale te commence at 7 o'clock p. 111.. v. lieu
terms will be made known by
Executer of Jacob AIINit'i, dee'd.
A VALUABLE CITY HLSIMISS ri::)i'::i:
TY AT PKIVATE OK PU III.IC hALK.
That two-story brick and stem: bewse, stores
and dwellings, situated Nes. is; and ia Kast
King street, Lancaster. Let 27 feet Irnnt bv
150 feet f 11 depth, mere or less. Tin: Hist deer
front Is divided Inte two eligible store rooms.
The basement Is floored uiid piaster' d. Thu
dwelling has eight rooms, villi lai-e garret
and dormer windows. Out-biiildiiigs and
fruit In the yard, with right te slseet sewer
and te party wall en tin; nest.
If net previously sold nt private sale, the
above property will beeileii-d alpiihlie ale en
Monday, December 1.1, 1N).
Sale te commence at 7 o'clock p. 11:., at tin:
Leepard Hetel, when conditions will he maile
known by JAM LH HI. CK.
Hesrt Sccucirr, Auct. !2-1sd
The UNre.n.si:NKi errtnui at im
VATKsalethat two-story IlltlCIC l WELL
ING HOUSE witli two-story Ilriek llack Hiiild
lng, situate lit Ne. 42Seuth I.iuiit stieel. Tin:
heuse fronts 19 feet, and let extends i.i depth
193 feet te Zieii Lutheran church. The house.
has been recently papered throughout; there
are seven large rooms with gas in every room
In the house, and water in t!a: kitchen, 'in tie;
let are choice varieties of fruit trees !id a
fine grape vine. On the seut h side of t he house
la an alleyway for the cxrliisiv-; u-;enl'thU
property. Possession given April I, ls-l. ir
net sold at private sale the above prepertv
will be offered at puhliesuie. at tin: Leepard
hotel, en Saturday evening. Hcrembcr ih. P-se,
at "o'clock. PHILIP lieKfb-OM.
On SATUKDAY EVKNINC, HKCKJttlEli
11, 18S0, will be sold at the Fountain Inn hotel,
that valuable two-sten' (trick Iiwelling, witli
two-story lirick lliiclc Jhiiiding, Ne. sir. south
Prince ntrect, containing entry, open r.lalrs,
liarler, dining-room and kitchen en lir.st lloer.
The second-story has lour 100ms urn! j -antry.
with three closets and summer kitchen, 11x1 J
feet, with fl re-place and bake-eveu. 1.1.01! cis
tern and well of water, grape vines and yard
nlcelv fixed; gas pipes in five apartments.
Let 20x117 feet te a (Meet common alley.
Persons wishing te sec the properly can de
se by calling en the premises en the under
signed. Sale te commence . it 7 o'eleek p. 111. of said
flay when terms of ea!e will bu made known
by GEO Itch YEISLEY.
U. SHCBzrrr, Auct. . d!-7td
WANTED A COOK.
Xerth Duke Street.
WANTED A GOOD GlItL. APPLY AT
Ne. 27 West Chestnut street. ltd
1.H.GIN TYATCIIES. ALL STILLS. GOLD,
!j Silver and Nickel, VI te 130. Cliatn-, etc.,
sent C. O. D. te be examined. Wi i;c ter cata
logue te Standard American Watch Company.
TAKE NOTICK TUAT ALL TJiK OUT
Standing and unpaid city tux ler the year
1U80, new In the hands et the collectors ei the
several wards, must be paid en or betere
WEDNESDAY. TUE29TH DAY Of DECEM
BER. A. D.. 18SO, as immediately alter that
date the same will be placed In the hand et
the city solicitor ter collection. deet-ttd
An lectien will be held ON MONDAY,
tneSddayef JANUARY l?el,ut tin: heu-c of
Jehn B. Shelly. Mount Jey. between the hour
Of 11 anfl 12 o'clock, for a President. Ten Man
agua and Treasurer of the Lancaster, Hllxu Hllxu
betntewn and Middletown Turnpike Itead.
J. M. LONG, Treasurer.
SAUERKRAUT LUNCH TO-NIGHT. Oi.'I
manSauer Kraut lrem Ne.v .leisc.- and
Irish KartetTel and Western Perk TO-NK.IIT
at the Trcment Heuse, Ne. l.VJ North (Juteu
Street. Wacker's Laser Leer.
lt Jehn scjieni:i:i:ui:u.