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LANCASTER4 DAILY lNTELUGENCEft, SAlTOtDAY DECEMBER 18.
uvu kegueab cobkesi'endenck
It was the misfortune ofRebcit Wadle
te fall into tLccLillinj? waters of the Sus
quehanna yesterday. Rebert fkatcd into
an air hole, enjoyed a cool lwtlr and made
a very voluntary exit fiein amidst the
floating ice. The ti-ansp.ii cut water cover
ingwill be closely scrntinixd by Iiim in
The business of the Columbia postehico
has been footed up and has been found te
be considerably ever and above the mail
age at last year's showing. The figures
are net very high, but they v.ill de. r al
lowing is the count made between the 1st
and 7th of tins raeiitn.
Number of Lcttci s
" postal cards
" vrccl:iy pai cr.?
peclcagcs of third class matter. .
Geerge W. Schtecder.thc delegate of the
Vigilant fire company te the State Volun
teer Firemen's convention at Reading Pa.,
was the only representative of the Colum
bia fire department in attendance. Mr.
Schrecdcr returned last evening. The
Columbia fire company elected their piesi
dent a delegate, and at the same time
vested in him the power te appoint a subs
titute in his inability te attend, but even
thisdiduet insure them representation.
Wc de net knew tli icaseu why the com
pany was net represented.
The whist party met last evening and
had an cnjoyable time at the residence of
Dr. J. K. 'Linea weaver en Walnut .sticet
At the institute this morning the teach
ers of the Columbia public schools were
agreeably surprised en the receipt of a
communication from President .1. A.
Meyers, of the school beard, informing
them that he (Meyci-) had waited en the
incmbcinel the be.ud and that they had
all given their ceiiM-nt te the salaries for
the mouth of Dj comber being paid before
Christmas. .Mr Meyer-; was awarded a
unanimous vote of thanks.
Messrs. liachinau fc Feney aie at piv-
cut engaged iucicclirrg .in oliiee for the
telephone exchange in A. D. Reese's bil
liard hall. The .veivl work has been
thrown together, iiiit the place is net vcl
About an inch l'..ueV has fallen since
midnight. It puitrally covers our pave
ments and streets, and entirely covers the
ice en the liver. By the appearance of
things overhead we would net be. surprised
te see another fall before 21 hours h:ie
Captain 1). 15. Case this morning re
ceived the annual appropriation foraimery
rent of one hundred ilell.us from the adju
tant general dcpaif incut. II comes in geed
Our markets aut beginning te be tilled
with pieducc for the holidays. Fowls wens
sold this morning, hut net hi the large
numbers that net week's sales will feet
up. Today's market was very geed and
se was business in the .tferc alter the
lese of nr.ukct.
Our college Lss arc beginning te return
for the holidays. Messrs. Elias II. aud
Isaiah W. Smith :uc home from Lebanon
Valley college, and Sencr Bletz is also
Squire II vans drove te Lebanea aii.ii'uack
yestcrdvy. I he squire el ten lakes thee
The Citi.crie' band sein.ulcd one of their
nicmbersat his iesidemu eir Lancaster av
enue last evening. 1$. F. Mauu, the beater
of tha bass drum, was recently inanicd,
aud this is what eccasipned 1 1st evening's
ShcriiT Strine sold at public sale at
court house tins afternoon the
real estate :
A tract of laud, in Providence township,
containing feityacics, with a one sfery
dwelling house, frame bank ham, and
ether necessary out-buildings. Sold as
the prepcity f William Hunter Forgueii,
te Jacob llctz, for 1 1,030.
A let of ground in West Cocaliee town
ship, containing 1 V acres, with a one-story
leg dwelling house and ether nccessaiy
outbuildings; tobacco shed, bake even,
grape vines and ether improvements
thereon. Sold as the prepcity of Augus
tus Glass, te Jacob Ler-ah, for $'25.
A let of ground en Poplar street, this
city,entaining ru front 21 feet, and extend
ing in depth 90 feet, with a one-story dwcl
ing house, Ne. C20, with aone-story frame
back building attached, and ether neccs
sary outbuildings. Sold as the property
of Geerge Reth te the Lancaster binding
aird lean association, for $;Vm.
. A frame dwelling house 18x2(5 feet, two
story with kitchen attached, 12x13 teet,
ouc-half-stery built en tire south side et
Marietta street, in the borough of Ml. Jey
en let Xe. 0, lifty feet front by one hun
dred and eighty feet deep. Sold as the
property of Samuel II. Nisslcjr and Jeseph
C. Snyder, his assignee, tenant, te Miller
& Musscr, for $930.
A tract of laud, in Salisbury township,
containing 123 acres, with a two story
btenc hotel and dwelling house, two-steiy
stone back building stone bank bain,
wagon sheds, stone spiing house, ami
ether necessary outbuildings. Sold as the
property of Perry lliuhaker te Geerge
Naunrau for the lloneybreok bank, for yl.
A tract of laud in Penu township, con
taining 9 acres, with a one story frame
dwelling house and summer shed, fiame
barn, corn-crib aud ether necessary out
buildings. Sold as the property of Adam
Habccke." te Win. Evans for $1,130.
A let of ground in Ucartewn, Caeinai Caeinai
verr township, containing 1 acre, with a
two-story fr.irrrc dwelling house, frame
stable and ether necessary outbuildings.
Sold as the property of Perry Hi u baker,
te Jehn 11. Wciler for $2,100.
A let of ground in Paradise, with a large
three-story brick dwelling housp,ncce.ssar
outbuildings, reservoir and tank, wind
pump and ether improvements. Sold as
the prepcity of Elam F. Witrncr te Cel.
Joel L. Lightncr for $3,850.
The iate Jacob Uusheng, deceased, of
Eden township, was a firm believer in spir
itualism. Se arc his family, and since his
death they have have had frequerrt'eem
municatien with him from the spirit
world, they say. He reports that he has
been keeping a livery stable, but proposes
seen te engage iu the mere congenial em
ployment of agricultural pursuits.
The Cleak Man.
There is a report that "the cloak man" is
at large and has been terrifying the women
and children in the southeastern sec
tion of the city for a few nights past. The
rumor that he was captured and taken be
fore the mayor is net true. Timid people
arc very much afraid of him, but skeptical
people say he is only a myth.
Last night Kphraitn Phillips, an cm.
pleycc of the Penn rolling mill, while a
work helping te pull some het iron from
the even, slipjttd arrd fell. His head
struck the iron plates en the lloer in front
of the furnace. He was knocked insensi
ble and was can icd te his home en East
King street, en a settee. He is much bet
ter te day.
This forenoon the employees of the
Heading it Columbia and Quarryvillc
railroads were paid oil in solid cash for
the month of November.
The coroner's jury found that Catherine
Abele, of Milliiu street, came te her death
from heart disease,
This morning Frank Bewmau, residing
atHarnish Station, 'en the Quarryyille
railroad was driving along the Willow
Street pike near Steinman'a powder house
when one of the spindles of the front axle
broke off. His horse frightened and
started te run throwing him out bruising
him badly ; the animal was caught at
the tell gate after the buggy had been
broken up considerably.
Jehn Haitmau te-day commenced cut
ting ice from the city reservoirs. It is
about ten inclirs in thickness aud very
clear and solid. By an ingenious arrange
ment of machinery, the ice after being cut
is carried rapidly te the capacious ice
house recently erected cast of the reservoir.
Fer the Soup Fu:ul.
The mayor acknowledges the leccipt of
the following cash subscriptions te the
soup fund since our last report : Newton
Lightuer, !.. S3; William Journey,
money collected, $4.92 ; Hen. Henry G.
Loii", $20 ; General Geerge 31. Stcinman,
"lilt Him Witli a Uriel:."
Uebert Deutz hit Christ. Franeis-cus en
the head with a biick last evening and cut
it severely. Christ, has made a complaint
et assault and battery against him, before
Yeu may as well pay your city tax
without further delay or costs. After
December 29 the outstanding taxes will be
put into the city solicitor's hand--, Mills
fellow and costs accumulate.
The messenger boys of the Western
Union telegraph company are new wear
ing a dark blue cap, trimmed with red cord
w ith a large metal plate en the front bear
ing the wenls "Western Union."
Ai rested for Theft.
A boy named Tobias Myers was ancsted
about : o'clock this afternoon, chaigcd
witli the laiccny efMit. Zccher's pockct peckct
b.mk, lepeitcd en second page, aud was
locked up for a hearing.
Te Ilcer Drinkeri.
A par ly el us started out the ether evening,
aexemp mied by a sti anger, te Uiste Eancnter
beer. We stepped at hall a iIezpii saloons and
l.iih'il Ciiiclunati, 1'hii.idelphla, UechuHter,
Md.iul:ee, and ether leielgn beers. Then we
unit up te Ciia. WacUerA ISre.'s coiner et
Walnut and Water sIrect- and the whole com
pany pronounced their beer the best thny had
met dining the entire evening. It was grati grati grati
tyinloeui local pride te discover that this
firm propose by excellence et material anil
skillful bivuing te restore te Lancaster lLs olil elil
time lame for lager beer.a ml we believe the'
cm challenge comparison of their block with
any iinp:it.itle:i-. r.itreni;; home imlnstiies
:ui'I ilinilc I.nne.ihti'i beer.
W500 Keif aril.
Tlie abe e alxtye offer appeal ed In the Chi irl
nKts .Vr'icv el jesterday, Migned Fneik '.
Ht"lnhauer. This paity has ler the hint lie
je.ir-.been tijiug te mislead the public in re
gard le the manufacture et organs in Laneas
terliynie, which I am happy te s-ay has net
ii-ui the object he anticipated (murcly ferjcal-
eu-j). New the eiler l gladly acccpi. All I
:ili him le de Is te place the amount In a lv lv
speuvii)i( parrj'n band im-iilc el tluee day-,
and I will manulaeluie excrything lrein the
law material (I Imcdencit and will de se
again) at my manulacteiy, :20 North Queen
street. Why Mr. S. requires e! me what no
ether manutjcturer, leiuy knew ledge, des te
day I can't see thepiepriety. Aliiieatuny one
el them could make every pat J, but te save cv
peiiMjand get out a llrst-class instrument at a
tail pi iee,this businebs, like all ether business,
has been di nlcd into several classes, namely,
key makers reed and heard makers, action
inakcis ami ease makers. The paity who com cem
plclcs the work N termed the maiiiilactuicr.
All maiiutaetureisbuy some one paitorethei
belonging te theergan ; neiiistrument Is made
complete in one laeteiy. 1 urn no exception
teany ether maker. 1 never claimed te man
u fact ure every thiui' that belongs te the organ,
as a rule, but have.ind will make ever thing he
asks in hiiadvcrtisumcntauil mere. The mauu mauu
l.tctuicel ei gaits is the s one as any ether bu
dnc. Fer instance, the shoemaker buys
tlieIeather, and in some canes leady cut and
crimped, the pegs, nails, buttons eyelets,
1 icers, Ac., yet he is undoubtedly a shoe
maker. The ceachmnkcr buys his springs,
ales, hubs, spokes, rime, clips, belts, lltth
wheel, ,te., j ct w he dure say he is net a roach reach
maker. A bundled ether trades could be etui-
iner.it eil in the same way. Te lnaniifacluie
everything that belongs le a ce: tuin business
in one manufactory would run thu cost te such
a height that they could net be sold. As ler
iiiMance, aman in a certain business would
hae thousands et dollars Invented in ma
chines which may stuml idle one-halt of the
lime ; but by the present way the expense is
divided ami weik gotten out as geed Mr one
t'.iiul le-,s cel, Mr. S. astonishes nicln hlsetlcr
et ie for any set el reeds evertimed In Lan
-iMcr, a be has claimed ever fince 1 knew
him te tunc eigunv Xew, nceeidlng le his
statement, lie has never tuned an organ, which
is a lint eoutiadictien of his aiHeitiscmeiit,
where lie ays tuning promptly attended te.
If he cannot tune a reed or set el reeds, that
doe- net pree that 1 cannot, us 1 have tuned
thousands el lliem, which lean prove by any
et my cinplejees, or some et the LanciHtcr
dealers it it is ieiu:reil. Se, Mr. S , plea-c put
up. or ecr alter what up.
A noted phsician et Xew Yerk, writes ten
triend: "I lmclu my mind a sufferer ireui
gravel and a complication of kidney disorder?,
that was permanently cured by the use el
1'rel. Guilmette's French Kidney 1'aiW The
Teacheis, authors and ethers el
h tints highly pil.; Malt llitteiv.
When lips leceive a re.y Jlusli,
And teeth become a dazzling whit.'
Ilenealh the effoitsef the brush,
When SOZOneXT is used aright ;
The mouth becomes sw eel, pureiind waim,
nil the Irexh breath an odorous charm.
d 13-1 wd cod. Vw
bite, sol t ami elvety hands fellow the u-c
et Culicura Shaving Seap.
XJ: Alt VJiKTISJiSrjKXlS.
Tun Thousand Han ids HUFF SWEET
AND CLARIFIED CllHEIt.
The best in the market. Wan.inled le be se.
Call aticaret Xe. SW North Duke Street, or
lcac eideis at ellice. Xe. ISM East King
street. L. fc. YUXDT.
O! FOR THE OLD COKNEK (iltOCDKY.
lusl received a lel of
FRESH BAKING BUTTER.
FKKSli BAKING MOLASSES from inc. up.
Spice. ItnMns Mixtures. Canned Goods and
e ci j l lung kept in a tirsd-class Grocer y. Give
us a call. Ne tieuble te show goods at the
corner et Oiauge and l'rinc streets.
tllS td J.HOOVEK.
COAL ! COAL ! !
Fer geed, clean Family and all ether kin d
of COAL go te
Quality and Weight guaranteed. Orders le
OFFICE: 22 East King Street. YAKI:
CI 8 North I'rince Street.
i LEAN A. HERK & CO.'S
GENE11AL IXhtlltANCE AND
KEAL ESTATE AGENCY,
Xe. 3 Xerih Puke Street.
Oriftmizcil. Fttc Ces. Represented. Assets
is.! I (iiiardlan el Londen f 1 t,4..ir,0ie
ls;s North German, et Hambnrg 1,875,000
s German,et ltaltimere 832,(100
IsiO Newark, et X. . 1 76i4)0
Hi.'. Mercantile, of llosten i32,sen
IST.'i Common wealth, et Bosten 7i.l,OK
lS-iO United Frcnien's, et Philulul-
is.ll Star, of New erk .r.sri,50e
l'.s Na'ional.et Xew Yeik :$3.70e
SAUEIl KKAUT EUXCI1 AND Xt'KKEV
JtelU- this evening at
HENRY NEAMEE'S SALOON,
ltd Cor. of Orange and Watcrbts.
C'AUKIt KKADT 1.USCH THIS (SATUK-
O 1AV) EVENING. AT
Fulton Opera Heuse saloon.
Rest of Keer en tap. Ed-
SACEIt KJCAIT LUNCH THIS (-.ATCE-D
AY ) evening, at
5eHN HESV5 SALOON,
(Frnnke", Old bland), X. Trinec Street.
Uaibev'H Celebrated Beer en tap. ltd
HOLIDAY PRESENTS, USEFUL AND
Valuable, for Men. Women and Children
for a Merry Christmas and a Happy New ear,
at great reaction te clec out. at
ltd Xe. 23 East King street.
"want i'i:i:ttv things fek
nas go te CHARLIE ECKEET'S.
I fTliiitnin? 170
he has the Finest Oranges, Grapes Eauitiiu-',
Raisin-. Candy, ic in Lancaster.
ltd ISO EAST KING STKLKT.
ritOHACCO WAREHOUSES FOU KENT.
J. Twe Warehouse near Reading R. R. De De
let. 22fV feet. Mem January 1. 15.S1. Apply te
1 ' A. W. RUfcSEL,
22 East King street.
Alse, ler -:de keines and lets en easy terms.
LUNCH THIS EVENING. IN THIS COLD
weather there is nothing better tlutn a
geed het teup. Yeu w ill gi t it II you go up te
15' Xoi th Queen -tieet.
rroisACce wakeheu.se FOK KENT.
L That portion el the piemis-- lately be
...... .!,.. .. ii ft..in ai llfi.rv KiMiilie. deeeas-
ed, bituited between Chestnut and Walnut
streets, Lancaster, and occupied dining the
last year a a Tobacco Warehouse by Teller
Kro.'H. will be for lent for one year fieui Jan
uary 21, Ess I. Tin- Warehouse 1- convenienty
1 eca ted, and the packing room is oneet the
best in the eitv. Apply at banking lieue el
ill8-tld Centre !-i'u.ee.
IHKIVTMAS WINES AND EHJUOKS, AT
Fresh Greceriec and Pure Spices.
Candy. Nuts, ,te., all at
Xe. it". WEVl' KIN'G STKEET.
FINK CHUIT1iAS l'KIM'.NT.
A LANCASTcR FAVORITE ORGAN.
CHJCKEItNtJ & SON'S PIANO.
A lull line el
IN-!, ACCOi: DION'S.
EAXJOs, HAIt.MO.MCA, .Ve.
The above Instrument- will be sold at le
dum! pi ice, iluiing the.lle'.idays.
no. jsonekth iji:en stki.et.
Ne. 2 CENTKE S1TAUK.
n.:-lyd&lj w ALEX. MuKiLl.lr -.
1)l)i;ElC SALE 1' A Ell A H i.e c I t V
1'iepeitv. enA'rri:iAY EVENING,
DECEM IIEIi is, isse, w ill be -old at publii- - lie
at the Leepard Hetel, East King -licet, the
lollewiug desetilied leal etale: That two
story ItltlCK DWELLING JIOFhE w ith twe twe
Hteiy IJiielc ISack lluilding, situate at Xe. il
.Seuth Limeslieet. Tlie house lienls l'.lleet.
and let extends in depth 1HS leet te Zieu
Liithcnm church. The house has been reeent
lv'papeied throughout; there aie seen laigc
looms with gas in cery loom In the heu-e,
ami water In the kitchen, in th let sue choice
vaiielies et fruit lives and a tine grape vine.
On the -euth side et thchniuu is 'in allcywnv
ler tin' exeluiive use et thin piepei ly.jl'e-ses
sieugiM'ii Apnl 1, It-sl.
ale le cemincnee at 7 o'clee. p. in., w hen at
tendance will be given ,1111! leii.i-inaile'knew 11
jy I'llILH" DOEUsOM.
E. F. Eov. e, AmlI. decin li.td
We would call tiieatli-nlien el the 1 idi"- te
our large stock el the :ibee goods. . huh
KKDUCKU IN PRICE
te i'.fi ;.t;c
These in want should nut kill te -ce tiiei.i
beleic pin cli i iiiir.
Next De.ir le tlm I'nuri llee-e.
SPECIA.L LOW PRICES
ers & mm
Ne. 25 EAST KING STRKET.
Eregant as-eilmeiil ei -ilk U unlkcr
chlefs irons 12) J cents up le hiicst ijii d
ity and choicest -tjlcsand cnleiing-.
Elegant a-seituienl et Hi ni-ti'.elud
and Fancy Eerdeied Linen . I! milker
chicls, sold sepurately 01 put up In
Taney lee-:d speci.ii low piiee-.
Elegant :i nrtnicnl el Linen Dam'i-k
Tew el-at -peei.d low pi ices
Elegant as-mtment of White Linen
Dam-isk Table Clet lis wit ii .Vipl.in- te
match, at -peti.il low pi ice.
Elegant a-seitment et i'liic Tuikey
lied Damask Table c. let h w it b XaiiMns
te match, at -peeial low prie .
Elegant a eilmeiil of .lapane-e uud
Leather Geed-., at special low pi ice-.
Elegant as-eitment ei rine Su-pen-ders
bilk and Ca limcie Mulllers. -cat t
and IevS, at -peti illy low pi ice-.
Elegant nssrutinent et sh'wl- a-nl
Skill-, at -pe-ially low piicci.
Xew I'.Iaek Silks in be,t qu ililie-, w ir
ranted net le crick or bleak, ju-t n
ceived and will b.--.eld at specially low
prices during the llelidiy-.
Elegant assert mentel Silk and Alp ica
Umbrellas with all the ncv.ct liesigns
iu liandles just ieceied, at speelall-,
low prices for the llelidaj .
Elegant assortment I Ladies', tJen
tlcmcirs, r.eys' ai.il Mfcses' GeKtimer
Watei pi oet Clothing in very be-t makes,
:it -peci.dly low pi ie.-s dm ing 1 he Holi
days. .Specially low pi ices ruling in every
Givler, Bewers & Hurst,
Ne. 25 Bast King Street,
We have just received our second Installment of a very 1 rr;c invoice of Mu-ieal
Bexes, which are marked at the following prices :
1-Air Tey Resea
2-Air Tey Bexes
3-Air Tey Bexes .. .
4-Air Tey Bexes ...
4-Air Bexes ler Table
C-AlrBexe. for Table
8-Air Bexes ler Tabic
10-Air Bexes for Table
12-AIr Bexes for Table
Eoxcswithattachmenuefllarn. Zither. Flute or Ucllsceat a m;lt a Iditlen te
the above prices. We have the boxes playing as many as 43 airs.
Oar stock of goods and selection et styles for this Christmas is Letter than ut
any termrr seaen. We invite a visit te our store.
H. Z. RHOADS & BRO.,
4 WEST KING STREET, LANCASTER, PA.
Manufacturing Jeweler, Zahm's Cerner,
Things In our stock Hint make
Beautiful and Durable Christmas Gifts.
30LD BRONZES, GOLD HEAD CANES,
GOLD THIMBLES, SILVER HEAD CANES,
SILVER TniMBLES, OPEi.'A GI.ASSKS.
GOLD PENS AND PENCILS,
HANDKERCHIEF AND GLOVE BOXES,
GOLD BRONZE SMOKING SETS,
PINE CIGAR SETS,
ALL THESE AND MANY MOKE AT
ZAHM'S CORNER, LANCASTER, PA.
IAIDS0ME CHRISTMAS GIFTS !
Nothing would be nicer and 11101 e appropriate ler a Christmas Cift thin oicel
NORBEOK & MILEY'S
The best line e! Slchrhs in the Lancaster Market, including I'OllTLWD, AM'.ASi and
TWO SEATED CUTTE11S. Cull and secute ltargains. A Full Line et
CARRIAGES, PHAETONS, BUGGIES,
ami Vehicle-etiveiy desci lotion, llepaii ing neatly attended te. Kcmcm-ici 1 mi Mutse
" OUR WORK SUSTAINS OUR WORD."
OFFICE AMI 1ACTOBV:
COR. DUKE AND VINE STS., LANCASTER, PA.
XJM Alt WKTISEaiEXTS.
V Oi tiers for H bite ami Coleivtl Hags, Cum
hliees, Metals, &c, by postal will receive
piempt attention cither Ii 0111 lamilies or rag
dealei.s. Highest market piiccs paid.
Adtlie-s, JACOB I. SIIIUK,
tlli:-::tillt Sit; Concord Alley, Lancaster.
TO ki:ase.ai:i.e effeu kkfused.
Oisr.ms and Pianos. XEW AND SECOND-
II ND, :il gieatly icduccsl prices.
Fulton Ojiern lleiinc, Lancaster,
'OTICE TO .sTOCKttOLDElLS.
I.WCASTEIt AND ItEADIXa NAIIIIOW
liAl'Ci: U'.ILItOAl) COMl'AXY.
A meeting of the stockholder.-) of the Lan
caster and Heading Narrow (Jauge Kail read
Company, will beheld in the ellice of the ec
ictiirv, above the banking hensc el Balr
Micnk. Centre Squaie. LunciiHter. en MON
DAY, .1 A N V. ItY J, IS8I. between the hours or
Ilia. 111. and 1-! in., ler the purpose et electing
thirteen diiecteis te serve ter the ensuing
enr. W. LEA MAN.
" ilccLVllw .t-ilil-declSXJanl
flMIK M:W ANI CHEAP STOIIK.
Melzpr, Bard & Eaihu,
All lutcl.v with Fahnestock,
WILL OPEN TIIE1U
NEW AND CHEAP
DRY GOODS STORE,
38 West King Street,
Opposite Cooper Heuse, Lancaster, En.,
On Monday, Dec. 20, 1880,
With an entile NEW STOCK bought bile
iu the season, and te be sold
CHEAP FOR CASH.
ISI.ACK SILKb. Special Biirgaiiia at $1.
b?l.i"i and $1.10.
BL Ck CASI1MEIIES at Ileduced l'rices.
Ladies' Goats and Delmans.
.) list bought and te be sold much
less than former prices.
Shawls for Ladies and Misses.
SPECIAL LINE OK
TO BE SOLI CHEAP.
BLANKETS AM) COMFORTABLES,
In all tirades and 'Jualltii-.
We call attention te a let et Colored Blanket-.,
and Coiutei tables, both eliglltly tinning
ed. and much under regular price.
HOUSE-FURNISHING GOODS, &c.
At tlie New Cheap Stere,
38 WEST KING STREET,
Oppe-Itc Cooper Heu-c, I.ANCASTEIl, PA.
1 A. METZGEK, BENJ. F. BARD,
j-'ek sali: en i:i:xr.
1)UHLIC SAI.i: 1 CANADA 1IOIOKS.
. On MONDAY'. DECEMBER fll, ISsd, v. ill
be bold at public sale, at J. D. Deniinger-iMei-rimae
Heuse. ll. Ninth Piiucu street, Iine.is
ter city. Fa., the lollew ing Live Stock, vu. : H
Head el Heavy Dratt and Dining Hi)BEs,
from 4 tell j eaii old. MiM ail beuiepn.e:il
cdby the undernigncd or nej-ale. Aciedit of
sixty days will be given.
Sale te commence itl o'clock p. in., en -.411!
day, when a'tcnilanee will lie given bv
S.vM'r. Hiss .S. Sev, Anets. dl7--"d
IIIULIC SALE WILE I:E OH t.ltESJ AT
public sale, all that let 01' gieuud limit ing
44 feet en the southeast snle ni Middle stnet,
and extending in deptii Hi Teet 1; inelit -.. en
which is elected two twos'erj Biick Dwelling
Houses, VTlth bank buildings am! ether im
provements. The iiiil properly v. ill be Mild ai
a whole, or either limine and let a-- new divid
ed and occupied, wilt be sold separati !v.' It
sold separately the light te a common um et
the liycinmt. p.vss.ige allevand vval"i vvav as
new used will be le-eived.
Sale te be hlTd at the Leep.'rd Hetel, en !:ast
King street, en MO!Da. DECEMBER 2,
IS), at 7:."0 p. in., whencmilitinnsw-illbeieade
known by JOHN BLCI.
It.SllL'CEKT, AllCt. dll-tsil
. On MONDAY, DECEMBER 'J7, li.w.l!
be sold et public -ale at the Cooper heu-e.
West King street. The lollew ing city propel ly,
viz, : A lotef ground Minuted .m the comer el
Green and Duke Mice!-. Iieutini; 1:11 Duke
street WJ teet ami : inclie,, ruiiMing along
Green sticet 17TJ- leet, and along Lew 'tiiel,
tHH) feet, upon which aie eieetid a one dei.v
Deuble Frame IIeu-e, stable. mil lieg-iy in"
rear of let; well et geed water with pump
therein ; ale hydiaut, f rut ttee-. ,Ve. Tlie
lencCH around the gieunds:iie in geed order.
Thepieperty will he sold in lets or m the
whole as urar uc-it suit purch 1-1":-.
Sale te commence at 7 o'clock p.m., when
terms will be made knew n by 1 lie
TitusTEEseEbT. !5Ti:riii:..s'ciiri:( 11.
II. SlIUlIEItT, Auct. iIcl J l-v A.
SALE tV VAI.UAKI.i: CITY
X Property. On JIONDAI,
DEC. -0. Ih-tl.
will be seddut public s;ile, ut the Cooper In ise.
Lancaster city, la., the lollew ing real c-tate,
te wit :
Ne. 1, A let of ground flouting 0 leet 10
inches 011 East King streets, between Lmie.and
Shippen streets, ami extending iu deptii IU
(! inches te Church street en West line, and en
East line lOCi leet. making a front en Chinch
streetef 23 feet, en vv Inch is erected an elegant
three-story White Marble Ii out house, with a
two-story brick back building, Ne. 212. 1 hu
house has all the modem improvements, hetii
in style und finish, and is well weitliy li:e at
tention of persons wanting a convenient and
Ne. 2 consists of a Ihrcc-slery Biick Beuse,
fronting 14 feet and 4 inches en East King
street, and extending 111 depth ."ii leet 2 inches.
Ne. 3 East King sticet, Lancaster, la. '1 his is
n tirst-class business stand, new occupied as a
Miec Stere, by Mr. Levy. The above pioper pieper
lies can be seen previous te tlie day et sale by
calling en the occupants.
Sale te commence ut 7 o'clock, p. 1:1., el siil
day, when attend. nice will be givi 11 and con
ditions of sale made known by
JOHN K, METZGER,
dmlnlstrater e. t. a. d. b. 11., and Agent let
Aheirs et Jehn Mctigcr, deceased.
Samuel II ess& Sex Aucts. ill-WAUi-il
-frAEUABEE CITY l'It01'i:UTV AT iTK-
LIC SALE. On FRIDAY, DECEM RER
24, ISA!, wrill be old en the premises, southeast
angle Centre Square, the fellow inj? valuable
real estate, vi :
Ne. 1. A Letof (Jretind, southeast corner ei
Ccnlie Square, with a iientage en said square
eftlfeet, including 33-lcct wide all'-y 011 vvet
side, with a further extension et -aid line c-ast-wnnl
S3 feet, mere or less, toitepuityof Abi.i
ham llirsli. then south, 41 leet, 11101 1: or lc-s. te
a a-leet wide alley, runningcastand west. then
eastward along said alley 22) teet, moieei less,
te property of Isaac Stirk. then south 21 leet ::
inches, incluiling said alley, mere or less, te
property et Ncal Lagan's estate, then v. est ryt
teet, mere or less, te prepcity et Eitncr A.
llestcttcr, then north C5 leet :! inches, includ
ing tlie :feet wide alley, mere or les te
Centre Squsre. en which is elected a two steiy
1JRICK UUILDINU, termerly occupied by Dr.
MIshler for the nianufactureefRiltersand Geld
and Sodium; aleo, another part two and part
three-story Uriel: lluilding, adjoining Mirk's
property 011 the east, Eitncr s. llc-deltcr en
the west, and Ncal Lagan's estate 011 theseulh,
new used as a Dwelling and Beer Saleen : geed
Cellar and Sewerage, as well as (Jas and ater
throughout the entire buildings.
Ne. 2. A Let et Ground, situate en tlie nei Hi
fide of Middle street, 21 lectin trout, and in
depth 11U feet, mere or less, te a common
alley, known as Heward street, en which has
been lately erected a tin eu-ateiy Rrick Dwell
bale te commence at 7 o'cleck: p.m. of said
clay, when terms of sale will lie made known
by EL1ZAI5ETH :.!I11LER,
Usury Sucbert, Auct. U7.7td
A lew Choice Yeung Canary birds for sale
Splendid Singers. Apply at
decis-itd 2 East orange -si"
SATURDAY EVENING, DEC. 18,1880.
Wasiiinc.tes-, Dee. IS. Fer tire Jlrddle
states cloudy weather, with light rain or
snow, northerly te westerly winds, sta
tionary or slight fall in temperature, and
rising barometer during the night.
Congressmen Ilemn for the Holidays.
Washington. D. C, Dec. 18. With
the exception of Clymer's sub-committee,
who were busily engaged ou the army ap ap ap
ITopiiatienbill, none of the Heuse com
mittees are in session this morning.
Alany members have gene home for tlnj
A Freucli Editor Who Decline a Challenge.
Paris, Dec. 18. 51. Remat, of the Pays,
states that having merely answered ene
aggiessive newspaper article with another,
he ictuses a duel with 51. Reinacb, the scc-
ictarvnrl- fJnmlipttn nnil will nnf inannf
fc, . .. ...., .... ..... ..v,V ..vs.t
a chaljcnge, unless Ileinach directly insult
Paul DeCisNagnac declares in the liis
that he cannot allow a member of hrs staff
te light 51. Rcinach, as the latter It ef used
te fight 51. Henri Rcchcfeit, with whom
alone he ha a geneial quarrel.
THE KTJYK UOILEK.
It Cues 011 Anether Picnic In New Yerk CI t.
New Yeuk, Dee. 18. The boiler in
"Willis & CIcrrrerrt's chemical works, "West
'Juth stiect, exploded this morning, wreck
ing the lear poitieu of the factory in
v.lueli it was )I.iced ami damaging ma
ehtnery te the extent of $2,000. Tlie walls
and loot" of the rear extension were also
wrecked, the boiler itself was carried by
the fetee of the explosion te the yaid of
A it Sixth avenue, nearly half a block dis
tant. Xe one was injured. Cause 1111 1111
All the Vetes In.
Wasiii votex, Dec. lS.--WHIi.iin A.
Wheeler te-day leceived certificates of the
electoral vote iu Oregon and Nevada. The
reports of the electoral vote in every state
arc new in.
Death of a Uuchcgi.
Londen, Dec. 18. The death of the
Duchess of Westminster is announced.
She died at her lcsidcnce last evening.
S icked by Turks.
CoN-.rANTiNeri.E. Dee. 18. The village
of 5Iii'-h, in Armenia, has been sacked Ly
Ttukfrh 1 loops.
l'resldeiit Clew en In ICurexic.
Piiir.MiEi.i-iitA, Dec. 18. Dispatches
jeecived here aiiueuucc President Cowen's
auival iu Europe.
rsew erk .viarriei.
Yeuk. Dee. 13. Fleur market ilull
and inife-i strongly In buyers liver;
Miperline state at $: (ia" !."; tra
toil :jl w); cheiee, de M fi."0." ei : fancy
ile 5".0.":i;r0; round hoop Ohie J!"le;?:.r.l choice
at f.".V)fji; 8"; supeitine western i't lOgll.'.ti;
'omitien te geed cclm de jt rt.u5.l00 ; choice
de .". C'.Qi; 71: clieice vvhlt'- w treat de ." 10
ijciii); feeiitiieiu cjuiet and heavy; com
mon le fair etra $1 Sij''i:"i ; geed le etieh e de
: 'S: Wi-
Wheat heavy and yjnie lower ; Ne. 1 While,
I)ic.,sl KJ; deJan.,"! 171 17: Ne. 2 Red,
Jan. t1 l'),i?i!'!0; de Feb., -Jl -IXKitttil 2tJ ; de
May, $1 '.'.Si I I 21.
Cern dull and without important change;
Mixeii wi stern spot, at Xl'iiiir; de lutiire
Oats a shade lower ; Ne. 2 Jan.,' 'SJe : de
Feb.. IVe; Mate W.ilT'ie ; Western 4'i)l7-'
1'hh.'.ili':iia, December IS Fleur dull and
ituch-mgi d ; supriiiue at :(Kig:; " extra at
f.j;."31 ."n; Ohie and Indiana lamiiy fiMfi
1; 21; I'cntr.i imily $" l'Jg.'i M ; St. Leuis
laniilv ; (XL-it; ."; Minnesota r.miily ."i 2"(jrS7 :
de straight filfiOfft',: "i'l: Winter p ileut $: r.fi)
7. VI; Spnng de $7 CilJJS (VK
Rye .' 1 1 1 i 1 : 1 1 1 at 15 25.
Wheat liriuer: Ne. 2 West-rii lied 1 IfiJ;
reun'a. Red at l 'Q I Ii:J; Amber at $1 l"jj
l 17. ,
Cern iiiiet liu! steady; steamer, Tile; jellew,
",QYir : mixed. .Vie.
. Cat-"hi 111 and t.tii ly active; Ne. 1 White at
l'V ; Ne. 2 de at 47c: Ne. :: dent 'Ce ; Ne. 2
Rye dull; Wc teril '.re ; I'enn'a !5c.
I'lovisiens market dull, but prices til m :
1111 ss peik old $1 J ."Hi; new 415 25; ls-l Imnis
at TisiMjjElJj.ir; ludiitn n.-sbeel $1S ."ill ; It icon
iiiiek'-d sheiiiflei.s .iy."i,4C : salt de 5Jc ;
sii.el.e i hams SiJffliiJCv; pickled llama 7;4
L111I til m; citj lattlcat H'ASl'S'Ae-z loose
hud iieis' ,.; jiiiuie steam $ S7i-'.i k.
Ruller inaiUet i(iiiet aside from fancy
giadcs : Cieameiv eMia It'ic : de geed te
choice :,'(?.",e: Ri-.tdteid county and New
01!. ti,i?if7.i ; Western reserve extra 21
fftJV: !e gee, I te choice ISfi2!e; Rolls ijuiet
:nd iM.'.i'r: l'enn'a K.lr:t2lff2lc ; Wislern
Kggs -cmicu and higher ; l'a. :SI.'!5e ; West-i-i
Chce'si 1I1 ml v in Id ; New erls lull
cie.im at I IS'I.:1 Jc ; Western full cream
l-V'; de I.i'i le liiMid at llfl2e; de half skims
liht li-'rc ; 1'ade 105)10c.
I,i!.eieniiHlllel,r ; lellucd at !Vc.
Whisky at $1 lb.
Si isis 1'ei.d te prime clever slew at 77'i ;
Fl.i-i ' nominal at$l .''ilg.d ;li.
i:v 1 ewe :-rei Ks
'li'Cl. 1 stlOllg .
A. M. A. M . 1. M. 1. M. 1. M.
le. Ill 11:15 12:15 1:55 :.:(0
1'1 y v f m m 9 m
Michigan !s. A L. ..... I2sU 1 IJli-g ....
Michigan Cent. R. R..1.VJ 120"' 13 12I?S ....
Chicago .V N. W 12)?. ir-M .... lk2Vi ....
Chicago, M ."CM. I". 1 1 1 "f, II1J; .... 113' ....
Man. A- M.J. Coin IS IS 4s; ASyt ....
" l"ld.... '.14 usx '?;, V
Teledo .; Wabash. . -15 -1.5 V, 45; ....
Ohie.v. Missrssippi. .. :!'J -.51)4 'MY,
St. Leuis, I. M. ft.R.. Mi' 5",J SjJj; y
Out'ilieitml Westiin. M 2 ::!', :tl ....
1.. C...V I.C. R. R 2ll;S 20'i 211 2P4 ....
.c"Jcrcv Central.. s, M;rt si'4 HV;
Del. A. Hudsen Caii'll. ULi illli Uli !I2V ....
Del.. I :n left WesternlM;v; 1(M', W,'. Uli;7 ...."
Western Unie: 'lei... SI " y. t-ly tO& ....
I'aeilie Mail -. . Ce.. 5J7 .:;" .... KI
Aiueliciu II.Te!. Ce
(Ininn I'.t'itic His,1 ls;i .... ll74
Kllli-as Tex is fy, xyt wx n;)2 ....
New' Yel !:(." nlml H'"Jm
Adams Lxpiiss IIS
lilineis Central UlJi
Cleveland & l'itts 1254
Chicago & Reck I Ii5
lViiii-vlvania R. i:.. . !.,& r.iy. ).2i C2K CJ
rhiS'.u.v. Reading..... 'J'. Wu "-' 'VX "''
Lehigh Valley UV2 57J-i ... 57 :."
L-li!gli Navigation... IW, VTi'i '-fi'A &',! 'AVt
Northciul'a'jilIeCem :.4 .'ty, .... :'i ."KJi
I'M . vmz r,i, .... am m
l'itts., Tit usv'eA i: ... 174 1 l1 '4, ix
Northern Centra! 45 45 45
Piiirii-e Elic R. R...iM4 21 2I' '21 iyH
Dn. R. It's of N. J 1M
IlestenviUe I'ils" 11)
Central Trans. Ce
1"..NTKI.-A YOL'N'l. OIKE WANTS A
situation as chambermaid. Apply at
2r East Oiangi street. lid
aes ii.s, i:ais.
Wanted. 2ie per pound paid ler mixed
ragi as seen as deliveied.
2T West King Sticet.
1 1 1 5 1 v. 1 1 Lancaster l'a.
rpUY A VOIIM) Ol' THE DELICIOUS
8 o'clock Breakfast Coffee.
ATLAKTIC and PACIFIC TEA CO.,
114 NORTH QUEEN STREET,
1 110 tj an I Lancaster, Pa.
City of WilisiiBrl, ft,
DEFAULTED RONDS AND COUPONS
BAKDAL H, FOOTS,
nAXicr.R axd nnercmt,
,li cM-V.d Te Ri e nlvv ay. New Vel k City.
-VCir AJD rUTlSjE2IXTS.
OSVTEIi LU.-Cfll AND TUICKKY It.F
fllngthU evening at Henry Rohrer's Ccn
tennlal saloen.corner et ;?trawberrr,Miilbcrrv
and ine streets. Trank Reikef's beer 011
G,!AMJ SAITEK KltAlT X.VNC11 TO
N IGIIT and Turkev- Ka 111 ing. at
MICHAEL SNYDER'S SALOON.
"" Maner Street.
reTICK OK mJSOLLTUN.-NOTICE IS
XI hereby given that the co-p irtnership
heretofore istlng between IL Seibert and .).
U. Schneider, doing business under the name
and style of Seibers - Schneider, lias been dis
solved by mutual consent, Mr. SeiLcrt retirim retirim
trem the Arm.
J. U. Schneider havin;piirchiscd all or Mr.
f elberfs interest in tlie prepert v and as-ets et"
the ute flrm.and having asMiiucd all liabilities
against the same, is hereby authorized te
llailidatt' t til, ft nil .ittliielli.l'ilm Lml ., -...-.. ....-.
Rowing te and indebtedness against, the 11 rm of
,.1 " "-"iieiuer. 11. Mirr5i;i;T.-
1W J. U.bUIINElDEi:.
INSURE WITH TUK OLD AND WE IX
Established Agency of the
6M Firg loseraijs Ce.,
Eleven Hundred Thousand Mhrc.
Invested in Safe and Solid securities.
IftFE fc KAUFMAN",
Ne. 19 EAST KING STREET.
dll GmdM.W.sE second 1- loer.
IAS FITTINI. AND 1'M'MlilM;.
JOHN P. SOHAUM,
Ne. 27 SOLTH (L'IKX STKIiHT,
LAM A-TKR, I'A..
PLUMBER, 0A3 AND STSAM PITPBR.
A I.aigu ssertuii-i-.t et
Censl.intlv en hand. lyloitmdeawS
v. n east K!N: .'i:i::t.
SEI.LINi; OCT Will Vv U'sYTi
CLOSE IK sISE..
We have an nnmcu-e ,hMitnii'i'.t el
Which we are selling c'lipei' th 111 any ether
store 111 the city. ie, a liuesieek ei
LADIES' FURNISHING GOODS
ok i:vi:r. di-scrii'iiiin.
BRIMMER & BELL,
s:asi icim; srRi:::r.
i:.s rt::: r. 1 ixjti:x ts.
Tui.TtN eriarA iiecsi:.
URAND FAl!lONAl!LE I'.VENT
xumiay i:vi:mm., ec. 20,
Appearance of the l'epu! ir Tragedian
THOS. W. KEENE.
Siippeitfil bv the cliaimiiig tragic aelie-s,
MlSU HENRIETTA VADERs. ERA'.ER
COULTER, OCT.WIA ALLEN, KRANU
ROCHE and a spei mliy -I'li'iti.t e.niip.inv
under the man :igi ment ei WM. R. IIATiKKN
en which ee casieu will he pisun Mi it.
spe.ire's urand bisteiiial Iragiily in "i actse
Or, the Battle of Bo3verth Field.
1'OrUL R I'RICi:- :;r,, 51) :ml 7.5 ts.
RESERVED sKATs, !.
Sale el se.it-t ceniinenees Weilni-,dav. Her.
5, at the Opera Heuse Ollice. dlt Mil
A NMIAIi VISIT OI'EItA HOUSE.
TUESDAY,' DECEMBER 21.
MR. JOHN D. 3IIMILER has the honor le
present thcUicu! Comedians,
K0BS0X ANI CRANE,
In their I'npreee lenled Mice is.t
SHARPS AND FLATS.
A Sl'ECI'LA'lIVir SATIRE IN KeUR ACT'.
Cutler sharp, et ilicstn l'r,iiici-i,i iek E
change, STUART ItDlMiX.
Dilllsteue Flat, e pal-seu, tie ptespi ctivi
ewner.cd millions, wauliiigte.bea bull or bear,
and ever icady ler a put or a call, VI. II.
Supported by their COM LDV. COM RAN v..
I'riccs, ."jOun I 7.5 cfit-.. Rfsi-ned .seits, at
T71EETON OI'ERA ISOUM;.
WEDNESDAY, DEOEMBF.Ii 22.
.1. H. IIAVERL'. LA'I I.Vf M Ci'l.s-,
Ihivcrlv s Widow limleti
COMEDO t Odl'ANV,
Ir.iimilii d by PETROLEUM . N V K (
R. Lecke), i.nd jin si-iiiing mene.''s I'l.pular
. Mr. Chas. B. Bishop.
The most select and the illumed Cemedv
evirintieiiiieeil. Don't leiget tl.e MAI I.H i
AD.MIr-slON :i.-, .50 .' 5.5 Cts.
EEaEEVED SE.VI, ".".Wi.
Eer sail-at Opera Heuse Oiliee. dl7-5tit
ji .. : 1:1.1. am 1:0 .
GRAND OPENING OF
TOYS, CHRISTMAS 8001
V btrgt r sleck ti.an ever. Lewi rprif cs th m
evel Ev cry vanet v of Mei haineal Te s.
De'LLs! DOLL-! DO L 1.-3 ! "
I'.I.tK h? AND (JAMKs.
Her-es, Cuts, Wngenx. li iglw. Velocipede,
USEFUL I Hi-TMAS I'RI.lENT..
Elegant Car ves,silvi-i-plated Knives, silver
piated spoon ', Silver plated Felks. The i:hoi
goods an; Redger-i.t l.te.'sbcst goods, bought
at as.icrllice. and will be sold very Je.v.
HOUSE KURNIsIIINt; ,OOD.
Tin, Micit lien and Weeden Ware at (.leat
Flu & kmmn.
(Jrcat Stere anil Healer Stere,
152 North Queen Street,
enii)Uii('in"; Satnrday, IIpc. tllli.
POSITIVE CLOSING OUT
Ne. 2(1 NORTH UKEN STKM.T.
Fine Walches Ter Ladles ami Cents, Key an.r
Stem Winders in Celd and Silvir, solid
Silver and l'lated Ware, Sets Eur Ri.g-,
Rings, Clm.n-1, Necklaces.
Knives, Ferks and Spoons.
All te be sold without rc-crve.
The Fixtures te he sold at the d(is el Mic,
and the Stere will be Fer Rent ireni AI'RIL