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Volume XYII-Ne. 103.
LANCASTER, PA., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1880
Price Twe Crate.
JOUX ITJLXAMAKEIS'S STORE.
THE HOLIDATS AT
-. CHESTNUT, THIRTEENTH AM) MARKET STREETS,
AND CITY HALL SQUARE, PHILADELPHIA.
There Is newhereln Philadelphia se varied a
collection et rich goods as hare such as fath
ers, mothers, brothers, sisters levers, leek for
a little Uter.
There is an end even of Gills. Our collection
Is large enough and rich enough, one would
suppose, even for a les frugal city than
Philadelphia. Thwse poeds are are new at the
height of thclrglery. The choicest of them nre
here; ethers will ceme of course ; but the
clieleest are yelng.
Wluit Is equally te the purpose, buyers arc
new about as many us can be comfortably
served, and the throng will be denser every
fair day till Christmas.
lenX WAN AM AK UK.
Sachets, tidies, lamp-shades, pln-cushlens,
boxes, in atln and plush, cmbieldcicd and
First circle, southwest from the centre.
Jj Duchessc vest with Point medallions, $30 ;
he same may be seen elsewhere at $70.
Kine counters, southwest from the centre.
$1.55 te $130.00, i.ll guaranteed.
Clly-ha.il square cutiauce.
New room, nc v toy.
Oatcr circle, west of the Oucstnut Htieet en
A catalogue of hoeka may be had at the
book counter. We w ant every reader te h'i e
it. The list of children's holiday books is es
Second counter, northeast fi eiu the ceutic.
There arc two general styles, wic closed
at the back, the ether open : the latter is knew n
as coachman's style. In detail of trimming there
la great variety though there is nlhe marked
simplicity. Great vaiiety in cloths tee. $0.50
Cloaks, foreign and home-made. Our collec
tion is unprecedented, whether you regard va
riety, quantity or value. A lady who buys a
eleak of any sort in Philadelphia without
looking these ever misses the best assortment,
perhaps. In tlie whole country. $0.50 ti SiW.
Southeast corner of the building,
Misses' coats lit morn than 70 cloths,
0buuc and ducoratien beyond counting.
Sites 3 te 16 years.
UlHtcrettes in S cloths, ulsters in S cletliaud
Jnivcloekg In cloths. Sires C te 1G.
Southwest corner et the bulldiug.
UNDERWEAR AND HOSIER! .
Wc have the best goods the world affords,
and the next beet, and the next, and se en.
There is no place anywhere, where 3011 can
see se large a collection et the ditrercul grades
et goods, all passing for what they are, find
nothing for what it Is net, cotton ler cotton,
mixed ter mixed, wool for wool, filk for silk.
Outer circle. Chestnut street, cntninre te
Thirteenth street entrance.
New Embroideries arc already in. Our
stock is new in the condition you expect te
find it In at New Year's, , . the opting novel
ties arc here.
Third circle, southwest from the centre.
The choicest luxurious carpels ; the most
substantial carpel: the lowest prices: punc
tual service. JOHN WANAMAKEK.
Market street Trout, up stairs.
SILKS. " "
Evening silks in the Arcade, cast side.
The same and limnv ether pntternn are within.
Next outer circle, southeast from the centre
Our next spring's novelties in embroi
deries are Just new received; tbey usually
come at Sew Year's.
Next outer circle, southwest from theecntic.
JJ Laecs change daily. Our sales arc large.
enr variety always large, and but little of any
one sort. Compare prices. A quarter below
the market is net uncommon.
Nine counters, southwest from the centre.
Such a stock of foreign cloaks as Phila
delphia lias nnt before seen, $10 te $iVJ: shav. Is
near by ; dresses up stairs.
Southeast corner et the building.
Furs of all sorts are going fast. They v. cut
last last year and advanced in piicc the sea
son advanced. They are going up again. We
shall net raise prices till wc have te buy. Ex
pect te find here whatever you want, tiem a
tit of trimming np.
Thirteenth street entrance.
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COATS AND ULSTERS FOR CHILDREN.
Net se great variety as for ladies; but
much larger than anywhere else here.
Coats, 3 te6 years: in thirty different mate
rials, drab, blue and brown cords wlthflicey
block; cellar and cuffs of plush; also in ten
camel's hair cloth, trimmed with seal-eleth.
Coats, 4 te 10 years ; In thirty cloth, trim trim
teed with plain stitching, plush, peal cloth,
chinchilla fur anil velvet. $2 te $10.
Ulsterettes. C te 10 years ; in five cloth, with
seal cloth cellar anil cuffs.
Ulsters, 6 te 1C years; in eight cloths, trim
med with plush stitching, heed and plush.
Uavclecks, 4 te 1$ years : two styles.
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BOYS' CLOTHING. I
Our trade isjnst what It ought te be for
the lacUitiesand advantages wc enjoy.
East ei central aisle, near Market street.
CHINA AND GLASSWARE.
Tackloeng prcelain, platej only, for din
ner or dessert, live patterns, VL te $0 per
Haviland dinner sets ; Camlllc pattern, $140 ;
elsewhere. $200. Tressed, $140; elsewhere, $.
Tressed with Moresque border and decoration
of grasses and butterflies. $25 ; elsewhere.
$175. The latter is in the Arcule, Chestnut
street entrance, te-day.
Table glassware, English, Strawberry-diamond
cut ; .every article required for the table
useful or ernamcnial.
Northwest corner et the building.
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And a great vai iety of ether kinds. Alse
pocket books, embroidered leather card cafce-1,
cigar eases, and every thine iu leather goods.
Third circle northwest f 1 em centre.
Chestnut, Thirteenth and Maiket streets
and City Hall tqu.ire.
Chestnut, Thirteenth and Market Streets,
And City Hall Square, Philadelphia.
WM. P. FRATTiEY'S
MONUMENTAL WARBLE WORKS
788 Nerm raean Street, Lancaster, Fa.
MONUMENTS. HEAD AND FOOT STONES,
CEMETERY LOTS ENCLOSED, &c
All work guaranteed and satisfaction gl en
In every particular.
N. B. Remember, works a, the extreme end
vl North Queen street. m30
JT Te buy Holiday 611ts early Is geed ad
vice : The best trade is early ; and the bert
tiadu carries off the best things.
I I.ritKD WKIGHT'Sl'EKUUMKS.
J HIS Mary fctuart is probably the most
lasting of all the agreeable perfumes; noun of
the foreign ones approach it. It is very llch,
strong and full et life; it lsagieeablc te mere
persons, probably, than any ether perfume.
Wihl Olive is next in popularity ; this also
is singularly powerful and lasting. White
Ke-e is delicate and IaUlng.
We keep the preferred odors of all the flrnt
c.uss perfumers, such as Lubln. llailay, Atkin
son and Coudray ; but of Alfred Wright's wc
firing an uneerfumen' handkerchief; and
you shall luve a fcample efanv odor von u ih.
FIrt circle, northwest from the center.
C10I.OKKI) DKUSS GOODS.
Tne lollewlng. Just received, are away
down in prices : Ft cneh Cauicl's hair, 47 inch,
$0.73 and .85: Fiench cheviot suiting, silk ami
wee!, 43 Inch, $0.75; Fiench foule, all wool, 2
Jy looking out for such opportunities a lady
maj-el ten save halt.
Nine counters, Thirteenth street entrance.
A lady wanting anv el'the following will
be obliged for the mention of them ; Silk and
wool Nitln de Lyen, 85 cents ; bilk laced
veleuis, $1; memie cloth, 75 cents ; flama-ue
drap d' etc, $1.30 ; damasse cu'-hmerc, $1.35.
All the prices except the that are piebably
below the cost of manufactuie, uud even the
first may be.
Nc.t outer ch ele, southwest lrem the center.
J. Our trail
G FOR DRESSES AND CLOAKS.
ndc ree ulrcs the largest and freshest
stock of these goods, frlngcs.paieiiieiitciic or
nament, ginlies, tassels, .spikes, lings, ball,
buttons. We have novelties net te bu found
Nextouterciic!e,nerthwestfroin the center.
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A tew shawls are Miewn in the Arcade ;
gentlemen's dressing gowns and smoking
jackets in the same ca-e. Mere arc within.
East el'thu Chestnul street entrance.
A Our woik-reom Is full of preparation, se
lull that we cannot crowd it fabler. We have
lculy, also, alarc stock of lluishcd garments,
We have sacuues and dolmans In sealskin
dyed iu Londen we have none but London Lendon Londen
dyed seal. Wc have them In great numbers,
anil, of eeur-e, in all size incliidliigcxtrumes.
J'r:ces. fiem $!25 te $250.
Louden controls tlie bcal maiket of the
we: Id Tiieie have been two advances In
piicesinee our tur were bought. We shall
net ad vance till v. e have te buy again; nc
have net advanced at all, as yet.
We have, at $IU5, seal sacquts such a you
v. ill leek in vain ler elsewhere at the piiee.
Fur lined circulars and dolmans in ery
gi eat variei v. We use mostly batln de Lyen,
gres-grain, urmurennd biocadesllk and Mcil
icnne ; ler mourning, Henrietta and Drap
d'Ete. 'l he latter are tuade te order only.
We have everything worth having in sets
tiimmmgs, robe, gloves, caps and the thou-sani!-and-eno
littlu things that are kept in the
Thirteenth xtreet entrance.
O Felt, all colersand variety of styles, !0e te
$1.25 ; llannel, black, blue, gr.iv. brown and
scarlet, $2 51 te $5.75; satin, bla.ck, $1.75 te
$10 30 ; satin, blue, scarlet, brown mid black,
$12.50 te $20; Italian cloth, black, $1.23 te $5.
The variety Is very great.
Southwest corner of the building.
1 JOYS' OVERCOATS.
J Netice thce two sau.plee:
Klue chinchilla sack, velvet cellar and de
tachable cape, lined i ith Fanner's satin, horn
buttons, $0.30, Is there another fcuch coat ler
$5.50 1 We. have sold hundred, id them.
Urown-red-and-eld-gold diagonal ulsterctte
soft wool lining, sleeves lined with a durable,
silk-straped labile, horn buttons, $S.5J.
These are but but specimens of many. If
they "teem iuiting, ethers mav be meie se.
See them. JOHN WANAMAKEK.
Central aisle, next te the outer circle, Mar
ket street side.
1II!I50NS AND MILLINERY.
t KibbmiR and Millinery, you knew,
have much mere of than anv ether house
North of Thlitcanth street cntrauee.
J A very great tai Iety of the finest linen-,
a veiy gic.it variety et staple linens, and the
leweui iirices in Philadelphia.
Outer circle, City Hall fcquaie entrance.
J New goods lust received from abroad. Wc
hate, without doubt, thu richest uud fullest
stuck en this side 01 the Atlantic. We buy
from makers, direct, knew the quality of our
linen beyond qitcutien, and keep below the
Second circle, southwest from the centra.
The very finet English and French haud
kcichiefs and Mufflers; handkerchiefs $li' te
$i50; mufflers, $1.5'i te $1.50. Klsewheie they
a:c sold for a quarter mere, at least.
Second circle, southwest from the centre.
Every individual artic'ie of Merine or
Silk Underwear that we buy wc examine te
see whether the buttons lire sewed en sucuiely
and whether the warns :i:e right and properly
fastened. If anything is wrong, buck the gar
ment gees te the icaker, or wc right it at his
Snch has been enr practice for a year and a
half. Is there another merchant lnj Philadel
phia who lines the Fame, or who watches the
interests et his custenieis in any similar way?
Defects may escape us neverthless. Yeu de
us a favor, if you bring back tlie least imper
fection te be made geed.
Outer circle. Thirteenth street entrance.
Our assortment of all muslin undergar
ments is us lull n at any time of thu year: and
when the demand for such is net generally
st long we are often able te buy at unusual ad
anU.ge. Wc have very nearly the same goods
the year 'round : but prices vary mere or less.
New, for example, probably, there is net te be
found in this city or In New Yerk muslin un
dcrgaimcnts equal te our regular stock except
at higher pi less. Wc knew et no exception
Southwest corner of the building.
De you knew, many are net of Kubbcr.at
nil, and arc net waterproof? We sell as many
as all Pldladelphia besides ; real article only ;
nnl guarantee them.
Central aisle, near Marketstrcct entrance.
i!rickSet and Portable
HEATERS and RANGES
40 EAST KING STREET.
Ham asicu hxtclliQtmtv.
FSIDAY EVENING, DEC. 31, 1880.
THB LEADING EVENTS OF 23SO.
Accidents ami Incidents Fire and Fiiiud
l'elltlcii, Literature, Commerce and
Secial Jovc5epcmcnts llie
The following rcceicl of t'.ie main event';
of tlie year that ciescs te ilay will be fenml
full of interest anil of v.iluc te picscrvc
for lcfeicnce. It is mere than an index of
the lNTE!.T.ir.KNCi:n for this tints ; it is an
etiitemc of contemporaneous hS.-iery :
1. intfepciiMen of Grocer-;' lank, Xe'.v
2. Harris waieheupc, Ualtitnoie, buiiit'd ;
3. Fires in Atchison, Kansas.
4. Bridges burned, Millersbuig, Ky. ;
braid mill, Seuth Carver, Mass., buiiied.
e. 1 tuner nan, Acw ier, nuincci lour
persons pet ish.
C. JhsJIeskins and thice nhildien burned
te death in San Francihee.
7. Maine Legislature meeting amid great
excitement; great Use iu AnYiteidnm.
8. Floed:; inTen',f,-c;ec.
9. Mincis' stiike. : '.VestVirginia ; wagon
factory, IJachi . Vis burned; Heyt
appoints StanI . Weed was d judge.
10. Snowblecl:: enP.iciiic leads; heavy
storms in Ce: 'a.
11. American :' bicw union in Cineiuuali.
12. Apache Indians threaten tieuble.
1JJ. News icecived of two hun-lied lives
lest by Heeds en the island of St. Kitt.s.
14. $80,000 the in New Maiket ami Poland
Bticel.s, Pldladelphia; (JSai field eleettd
u. S. senator.
l."i. Bloody liets in Peath, Hungary.
1G. Nnmcieus fiies in iialtimeiu; Maine
Mipicmc court decides against Fusionists.
1. Colored emigtatu.s Iruin lexas ciowd ciewd
18. Threat and lung epidemic raging at
19. Miimi, Ohie, powder mill. expIeMO'i ;
Lewell made minister tf England ; l.aiii
of Jules Fa vie.
20. News icecived of ie.OOO houses burned
in Tokie ; tiuc biil-i found against the
liet bill biibci'.
21. 100 lives lest in a cellieiy explosion,
22. Floods iu Cauca alley, S. A., many
lives destroyed ; $110,000 in Alten, III.
23. 'Shephcul's Feld" iu New Yetk br
21. Piizc light at Dundee, Mich.
2.1. Oil works at Jeisey City bunted.
2. SG0.000 lite id Leni&ville, Ky.
27. Briiliant Ilebiew ball iu Philadelphia.
28. Piesident F. B. Geen anaigns state
supreme ceutt befec a congiesie'.'i'.l
29. Indian ConunisMenor Ilejt removed;
lire damp exptosien in Mciswi, Saxony.
30. Ice bridge at Mentical.
31. Perc llyacinlhe asks the Fieueh au
thorities for a chinch ; King of Belgium
cenfcis the Leepold cress en Uesa Bon Ben
1. Jehn D. Gat diner and wife
death at Easten, Mass.
2. Public debt statement
decrease for January.
-$11,01 1, ,20.5
0. Starving Ii eland appeals for aid ; hos
pitals burned at 'Wasnvatesa, Mich.
4. Cameren-state convention in Hattis
burg iistiitets for Grant.
ii. Dallas county, 'IVxa.', leuit iieu-e
0. Senater Cenk'ing 1 eludes te inn for
7. Price of coal advanced.
8. Volcanic eiuptien at Di'iuiuie.i.
9. Tin cat 1 c lieval, Dublin, bumed.
10. City hall, Albany, In'. Y., gutted by
11. Tiinitv P. 13. church, Ilailum. burned.
12. 30,000 fire in Bosten.
13. Bareness Uurdetc-Ceutts give JJ.nO'J.-
000 te "starving hebud." j
14. Geld disceveied iu Dotlec, Canad.i.
13. Herncllsvilic, N. Y., destseyed by lite.
10. The Pepe insists en a tnuic icligieus
view of maniage.
17. Suspension of coal mining erdei.d;
Nihilists blew te pieces the Czar's lim
18. $00,000 ihe at Tene Haute, Ind.
19. Watcrbury, Conn., sp.ie.i fact 01 y
burned; death of Iirumidi. the capita!
20. Tiain falls down a thice hubdicd feet
embankment at Bellaiie, (Miie: grain
elevators burned in Atlantic, Iowa ;
great iire en Bieadway, New Yeik.
21. Minders in Paterson, X. J., Sussex
county. N. J.. Pclhamville. N. Y., Bol Bel Bol
eon's depot, Miss, anil at "Wilkesbarre.
22. Heward's stables-, Newpeit, R. I.,
23. Death of David Lambeth, seedman.
24. 3Iecting of Democrat ie national com
mittee; gicat snow storm in Dakota.
23, Conkling's convention iu New Yetk
instxuets for Grant.
20. Mount Carmel coal breaker burned.
27. Pinchback nominated for naval officer
at New Orleans ; fire in Copenhagen.
28. Baltimore & Ohie raihead seizes poles
or A. & P. telegraph.
29. Mt. St. Gethard tunnel iinished
1. Memphis wagon factory bin tied.
2. Advance in coal piiees.
3. 'Dennelly family'' minder in Canada.
4. Mills and bridge "but nod in Peitiuud,
3. Death of Andtcw Hepkins, 'W.ishmg-
G. Strikes among the Clcai field misc:s.
7. Ute treaty finally negotiated.
S. Riet bill bribets plead guilty.
9. Oakland hotels burned ; Sair.ana, San
Dominge, bunted ; P. R. li. htoekhekl-
10. Fatal boiler explosion at St. Ch-.ile.--,
11. Pctrelf found yusltj ei IrgKI.Uive
12. Wisconsin Legislature adept:; female
13. Numerous liics in New Yerk.
14. Kearney en the "sand lets' advocates
13. Lord Dciby lepudiatea Beaceir-ficld's
1G. Kcrns's confirmation excites Democrat
17. Branchville, S. C, burned.
18. "W. II. Kcmble asking for pardon.
19. Death of Gen. Hecter Tyndall, Phila
delphia. 20. Cotten waste mills in Philadelphia
raihead accident in Ilalle,
22. Oxford wins the university beat race.
23. Greenback state convention.
21. Twe feet of snow in Vermont.
25. Ceal oil disceveied in Cape Breton.
20. Masonic female college, Lumpken, Ga.,
27. Kerable's case before the pat den
28. Kansas City hospital burned by light
ning. 29. Riet bill bribers take flight.
30. American fish raisers meet in New
Yerk ; " Citizens " carry the San Fran Fran
51. $19,000 lira in Fert Wayne, Ind.
1. Coneway's umbrella factory, Philadel
2. General ihe in Bradfeid, Pa.
3. Virginia and Kansas shaken by heavy
1. $230,600 liie at white lead works in
3. The legislative ''roosters" break into
the Dauphin county jail.
0. Etnigiatiens from the Cumberland
valley te Kansas and Nebraska; the
Wuittakcr colored cadet case developed.
1. Failuie of Bosten grain dealers.
8. $100,000 lirJS at Dixen, 111.
9. E vedus of young men from Halifax,
N. S., te United States.
10. Disastrous fires at Pcti eleum Centre
and WYlmingteu, N. C.
11. 700 persons buried alive by the Kiug
12. Kctnble gives himself up.
13. Peach crop in the West frost bitten.
14. Ferest fires in Pike county. Pa.
15. S50.090 iire iu St. Leuis planing mill.
10. Death of Jehn Siney. atritater. and of
Dr. Keuealy, English barrister.
17. Explosion of giant powder works,
San Fiancisce, heavy less of life.
18. Big land-slide at Mineral King, Cal. ;
Mansfield. Me., destroyed by tornado.
19. Beaver Falls. Pa., file works burned :
forest fires in New Jersey.
20. Twe Democratic state conventions in
21. Hull, Out., wiped out by fire ; fatal
disaster at Madisen b'quate garden, New
22. Mis. Zeli'a acquittal at Carlisle ;
Swamp liscs in N. C.
'. rises iu
Mass., and Rich-
Starvation lepmted from Mesopeta
25. Fehschang, Russia, burned ; Macen,
Miss., and Adams county, 111., struck
20. Riet bill bribers sentenced.
27. Beiler explosion iu Savanah.
21;. 1 Iarmeny pregramme adopted in the
Democratic state convention.
29. Democratic convention defeats "unit
30. Kemble el. ul. pardoned.
1. Cel. T. A. Sjett resigns P. R. R. pres
idency : Jews expelled from St. Peters
burg. '. -:ay nay tiageny 01 uerni.iu singing
societies at P.ttersen, N. J. ; mob vio
lence, arson and murder.
5. L-i Salle, III., .inc works burned.
A. Fishermtn's fleet wrecked and fishers
drowned enlic Columbus river, Ore
gon. 5. Tliackaia-Shciman nuptials.
e. Extensive fiie in Bosten ; St. Leuis
anti-thud term convention : great oil
fire in Bradford, Pa.
7. Petest lircs iu New Jersey ; cotton and
.silk larteij- workers strike in France.
8. Fiies at Kiuderhoek, N. Y., and
Queens Lake, Me.
9. Destructive lit cs at Danville, Va., t.
Leuis, Retford, Pa., and Allegheny
City; Alsey, 111., destroyed by wind
10. 1,009,003 bushels e;
canal te New Yetk ;
grain shipped by
fat.d boiler cxnie-
sten in Reme, N.
ii. iecum-uurltn cengr
decided against Cttrtin.
12. Big fire in Beideaus, France.
13. Ralier murderers hanged; extensive
feicst fixes in Pike county, Pa ; fiies in
Fend du Luc, Wis., Cemersville, Ind.,
West Liberty and Duke Centre, Pa.
1 1. Stuyvesaut, N. Y., and Milten, Pa.,
13. General movement for relief of Milteii
hiwJeiers; (leatus ei iNuure'l stnekUnd
.and of Pnf. J. W. Shoemaker.
10 Ice and snow in New Yeik stale.
17. Continental btewery,
bittned; less $200,000.
IS. (Jess Ryan piize fighl- fiasco
pett. Pa., burned out.
19. Death of Heniy S. Feete ; Ilanlan
beats Courtney in their beat lace.
20. Illinois Republican stale convention
deflates for Grant.
21. P. & it. coal and iron company .sus
22. Sixty persons killed and wounded in a
raihead accident at Santa Cruz, Cal.
'23. Gciicial ra'ns relieve excessive drought
21. Reading railroad passes into lecciver's
23. Cyclone in Dakota.
2t. Anti-Grant demonstration in Chicago.
27. Ex-Fe.-.tmastcr General Key confirmed
as federal judge.
2s. Massachuctts Republicans against
Blaine and Giant ; cyclone at Savry,
29. Raihead accident at Lincoln, Out.
30. Telephone connection between Break
er's church, Eimira and Williamsport.
51. "Gelden Eagle" btcatner burned at
1. Ryan whips Gess for heavy weight
2. Republican national con vonlien ; Grant
force- lcpulscd; Herace Maytiard con
firmed postmaster general.
3. ' Battle of the bosses at Chicago."
4. Mt. Vesuvius railroad opened.
5. Cattle plague devastates Cyprus.
G. Fiies in Ashland, Ohie, Chicago and
7. Grant leads in balloting at Chicago
8. Gaifield and At thur nominated.
9. Philadelphia's spin ions medical col
leges suppressed ; terrible tornado in
19. Il.iitra-.-.ft nominated for collector of
11. Weaver and Chambers nominated en
Greenback presidential ticket ; steamer
Narraganseti and fifty lives lest off
12. Steamer explosion at Santiage and
twenty persons killed.
13 Gtc.it oil lire at Titusville.
14. Seymour declines Demectatic presi
dential nomination ; wind and lain
storms in the West.
13. Edwin Beeth tiff te Europe.
1 G. Adjournment of Congress.
17. Democrats moving en te Cincinnati.
18. Gariield-Cameren conference in Har
risburg. 19. Sharksvillc, Miss., burned.
20. Tildcn'.s declination announced.
21. Malarial fever prostrating the Virgin
ians. 22. English Parliament unseats Brad
laugh. 23. Tamilian' rejected at Cincinnati.
24. Hancock and English nominated.
23. "Fire and death" at Elizabathpert,
2G. Universal ratification of Cincinnati
27. Floods in tht Mississippi.
28. Burning of the steamer Seawanhika
and many lives lest.
29. Irish-American rifle match at Dolly Delly
mount ; Knowle's canning factory, Phila
30. Democratic state committee organized.
1 Police Commissioner Baldy Smith re
instated iu New Yerk ; steamer Mary
expleJe I 0:1 Lake Miur.ctenk.
2. Quincy, 111., inundated bv levee break.
3. $23,000 fire in Augusta, Ga.
4. Fatal powder explosion at Monterey,
Cal., $73,090 lire in Savannah ; death of
Geerge Ripley; Duke's theatre, Iiol Iiel
burn, England, burned.
5. Gen. Pearson declares for Hancock.
0. Threshing engine explosion at Dun
kirk, Ohie, fifteen killed and wounded.
7. Philadelphia regatta.
8. Matthew Lynch, worth $i,000,OD3f
killed in New Mexico by a falling tree.
9. Peace commissioners renert en Phila
delphia Democratic dispnte.
10. Grain elevator burned in Chicago;
death of Jes. R. Chandler, Philadelphia ;
Mehr's whisky house, Cincinnati, burn-
11. News of forty persons drowned iu
Dnieper river, Russia.
12. Garfield's letter of acceptance pub
lished. 13. Disastrous floods in Cole rade; Han
cock and English notified.
14. Bradford oil tank burned by lightning.
13. Shocking massacres in Montenegro.
1G. Chastine Cox hanged in New Yerk.
17. Mutiny in India.
18. Kusmore canal bank bicak in India ;
Cyclone inJMonrec cettntv, Mich.
19. Acal Dew accepts Prohibition
20. Remus. France, burned down : heavv
rains and floods.
21. Twenty-one men entombed iu the tun
nel at Jersey City ; Troupe, Texas, and
Gibsonville, Cal., buiued.
22. Steamboat disaster at Detroit.
23. Tammany electors in New Yerk with
drawn. 24. English liflemeu beat Americans .tt
Wimbledon ; Maud S.'s time, 2:13$.
23. St. Mary's, Ellc county, Pa., buiued.
20. Numerous disasters by water; deadly
damp in a Pettsviila colliery.
27. Empire City, Oregon, burned out.
28. Extensive fire iu Quincv. III.
29. Great lire iu Buffalo, N. Y. ; earth
quake in Smyrna.
30. Scotch farmers migrating te our
Northwest : Louden dinner te American
31. Hancock's and Englh':; letters of ac
1. Ilanceck-Shci man letter published.
2. Red Bluff, Cal., swept by fire ; 50,003
Democratic majority iu Alabama.
3. Fire in Annapolis. N. S.
4. Heavy storms en thu Atlantic coast.
5. Garfield reception in New Yerk.
G. Serious floods in Moravia and Silesia.
7. Tanner completes his fei ty-days fast.
8. Great freshets in Neith Carolina;
steamer Jcddah and 1,009 pilgiims le..t
9. Death of cx-fiovei nor Win. Biglcr.
10. Shipping burned in New Yerk harbor.
11. Biget murder and suicide iu New New
Yerk ; May's Ltndin, N. J., raihead
12. 3Iaud S. and St. Jttlieti tiet in 2:112.
13. Series of railroad disasters.
14. Creed moor rifle match opened.
15. Death of Adelaide Ncillsen, actress.
10. Poisoned watermelons killing Texans.
17. Dr. Buchanan's bogus dewnin ; great
K. T. parade in Citieage.
18. Fires at Glcndale, O., and St Leuis ;
death or Ole Bull.
19. Boj-teii-Feat n swimming match.
20. 609.00'Jf. robbery iu France.
21. Death of Mrs. Chas. Kean, actress.
A.- ft t M
w. Buueen (icmi
of Lin Bartholemew at
23. Riotous disturbances iu Cuba.
24. Saloons and restaurants burned in San
23. Great lire at 13th and Willow streets,
Philadelphia ; Jamaica swept by a tor
nado. 2G. Shcriuan-llaueeek eotrcspendeuco pub
lished. 27. St. Juliet: trots iu 2:1H.
28. Butler declares for Hancock.
29. Death or S. R. Gilferd, aitisl, New
30. Evacu stiiin if JiMttit schools iu Pails.
31. Dcaih of Kev. Win. Adams D. 1).
1. Stcinway's piano eac facteiy burned.
2. Tammany and living hall leeeneiled.
3. Steamship Vein Citiz reputed lest.
4. G:ett ibe. in Saiamane.i, X. Y.
5. ilettc.il day of thu .'.cavni.
G. Arkansas "elect ion, GO, 009 Democratic
7. English Parliament pi oiegttcd.
8. New Jersey state p: isen shops bin t.ed ;
coil mine explosion at Seaham, Eug.,
170 lits lest; Manhattan matket and
Upton, Can., burned.
9. Fire at Padueah, Ivy.
10. Tobacco we: ks, Louisville, Ky., burn
ed. 11. Bhlii of the Royal infanta of Spain.
12. Three Sunday murder-; iu Leadville.
13. Maine election, Republicans beaten ;
meat flies in St.Leuis-.-.nd in Waslsbunr,
11. New silver disco. eiie.s in Coleiado.
Snow fall in Lycoming county, Pa.
l. fatal cartridge
13. Virulent riudcijicat iu Russia.
19. Weeds fires lavaging Quebec prov
ince. 20. Lumber fire in Bay City, Mich.
21. Republicans finally "ivc up Maine.
22. Fire iu Sherburne, N. Y.
23. Pan Prcabytetian council in Philadel
phia. 21. Gen. Sickles one for Hancock.
23. $300,009 fire in Seuth Brooklyn.
2G. Death of Nina Varian, actress.
27. Judge Black charges Gaifield with
taking tefr.ge in fundamental falsehood.
28. Death of Gen. Charle Albright, of
29. Swedish bark Eva and crew lest.
30. Schuylerville, N. Y., humed.
1. Sale of Sara Beruhnidt tickets begun in
2. Italy ngt ccs te all--.v the Perte mere
3. Large fire in Trey, N. Y.
4. Fires in Hudsen, Mass., and Canten,
5. Weiks burned in Watei'i.ury, Conn.
G. Frest in Texas.
7. Steam saw mills, Mmneapeli-, burned.
8. Railroad aecidet.t at Littleton. Mas.
9. Cattle sheds and cattle burned tit Ster
10. Woolen mills at West Stoughten,
11. Yellow fever in Cuba.
12. Ohie and Indiana elections tcttleit'' ,
academy of music, Chicago,
13. Baltimore's great municipal
tien leUtli anniversary.
14. Fatal gun explosion at Ju'.insenville,
15. Hancock's tariff letter published.
1G. Celd wave and snow storms in the
17. Cotten conflagration 0.1 the Charles
ton, S. C, wharves.
18. Great local patriotic dcnonstiatien in
19. Wreck of the Alprna, near Grand
Haven, Mich., verified.
20. Death of Lydia Maria Child; funeral
of Offenbach, the composer.
21. McClcllan demonstration ,"n Philadel
22. "Merey" letter published.
23. Harvard beats the Montreal team at
24. Irish agitation feimr.itiug.
23. " Beem " in Reading railroad stock.
2G. Texas Pacific jumps from 31 te 37.
27. Ansonia clock works, Brooklyn, burn
ed. 2S. Planing mills at Lynn, Mass., burned.
29. Death of Dr. Edw. Seguin, specialist
30. Monumental cotton press, Baltimore,
31. Death of David A. Wclls.Pike ceuuty,
1. $30,000 fire atBayen Sara, La.
2. Garfield elected ; Laycock outrews
3. Great fire in Benicia. Cal.
4. Explosion of the Raflin-Rand powder
works, New Jersey.
5. Death of Lewis Thompson, of Phila-
G. Londen beat race wen by Layceek.
7. Heavy gale in Lake Erie ; Rewell wins
English walking match, 53G miles the
S. Six parsons-murdered by a maniac in
Menree county, Ohie; Bingham, Utah,
destroyed by fire.
9. $30,000 fire en 20th street. New Yerk ;
earthquake in Scuth Austria.
10. Secretary Sherman says he will run for
U. S. senator ; big bank robbery in Dal
11. Oil fires, land slides, cyclones and
12. Terrible mine explosion at Stcllarten,
N. S. '
13. Jehn McMahon wins champion wrest
ler belt of America.
14. Fires in New Lisben, Ohie, and Mins Mins Mins
15. Hanlan champion oarsman of the
world ; Daniel Trout man brutally mur
dered in Dauphin county.
1G. Minnesota state insane asylum burned ;
railroad disaster at Mill creek.
17. Biadlcy-Cameren nuptials at Harris-
18. Alarming news of Ireland arming.
19. Cheltenham refining and smelting
works burned, St. Leuis.
20. Increased English demand for Atncri
21. Wholesale drug stoic, Chicago, burn
ed. 22. Londen and Liverpool clothing com
pany, New Yerk, burned out; polar
23 Death of Mrs. Eitelie Ann Lewis, in
21. General cold weather.
25. East Caiman, Conn., marble weiks,
2G. Succession of marine disasters re-
27. Four railroad accidents near Buffalo,
.ine rassien nay ' witmirawn sn
29. Death of James E. Brown in Kit tan
ning, worth $3,000,000.
30 Successful "corner" in corn in St.
1. Meeting of electoral colleges.
2. Fire in Durham, N. C.
3. Marked importation of geld from Eu
rope. 4. Ress beats Trickctt; Cyclone in Mis
Ji. $GO,000 fire in Burlingame, Kansas.
G. Congi ess meets; executive message.
7. Great tires in Omaha ami in Laurcn
burg, N. C.
8. Fatal saw mill explosion in Wcndall,
9. Fires in St. Leuis, Springfield, Mass.,
Silver Cliff, Cel., and Custer City, D.
T. ; Pensacola swept by fire.
10. Allan Campbell appointed controller
of New Yerk, vice Jehn Kelly.
11. Bayard-Conkling controversy ; five
firemen peiish at Cincinnati.
12. Three men frozen te death iu New
Yerk city ; death of Madame Thiers.
15. St. Leuis, Iren Mountain & South
ern railroad bought by Jay Gould.
l-i. Resignation of Justice Strong.sticcetd Streng.sticcetd
cd by Judge Weeds.
15. B. ec 0. and P. R. R. "war' in Phil
adelphia. 1G. Heavy faiiutcH among New Yerk cigar
it. jjc.un : ueury ii. ortiuugten, Hy
draulic engineer, in New Yerk ; wall
paper facteiy bunted in Buffalo, N. Y.,
heavy le-s of life and prepeity.
llamseii wuc mill, St. Leuis, burned
19. alutdciess Im tied te death iu Missis
20. English jiMce shipping te Ireland.
HI. New Democratic club organized iu
Philadelphia; Weaver-Sparks row in
Congress; Philadelphia "Reformers"
name their ticket; Allegheny county
declaiei; for Oliver for United States
'.'2. Fire in Hyde Park, L. I.; death of
5;. Gewcn's P. & II. scheme adopted by
English sh-tichelders ; Corsicana, Texas
HI. Fierce fiie in Palerseu, N. J.
25. Bloody list of Christmas crimes and
casualties ; very general observance of
20. Terrible floods in Cyprus.
27. .Murder and lynching in Northampton
county, Pa. ; death of Ren. Jehn Rewe,
23. Set in of coldest weather, heavy
snows : state trials begin in Dublin.
20. Brown fc Bl:?s table factory, New
Yerk, burned ; Yorkshire miners de
mand higher wages ; continuance of cold
weather; liie at Myetic River, Conn.
30. Intensely cold weather; tcamcr
Montgemeryshire lest ; tire in Allen
town. 31. Partial eclipse of the sun.
Our readers i !. I net be e very foelleli tl:st
they will allow themselves te be deceived
witlia new ceuinyrup when they have ex
pei icticed the value of Dr. litiU' Couii Syrup
ter many jears.
After Klglit Lene ear.
C C. Jacobs, 73 Folsom street. liufTule, an
employee of tlm U.S. Express Ce., says: Dr.
TlieaiaV KclectncOil cured litm'nf a severe
caw of riles of eight years standing, having
tried almost every known remedy, " be
sides two Buffalo I'hystcians," without relief;
but the Oil cured him ; lm thinks it cannot be
recnniincnile.l tee highly.
Fer -ale by II. 11. Cochran, ilrusglst, 127 nml
1C0 Xeith Queen street. Lancaster, la.
Gen. iliest, Clinten street, ItnfTule, says:
Your Spiinx Ulosem Is a first cl.iss remedy
ler sick liuadachuaiid stomach derangement's
and also acts well en the kidneys. I'riec CO
ecat, trial bottles 10 cents.
Fer sale by II. U. Cochran, druj;l-,t, 137 and
15'JXerth Queen street, Lancaster, i'n.
EDGEEY & CO.U
Practical Carriage Builders,
Mat kct Street, Wear of Central Market Houses
We have en hand a Large Assortment 0.
POHTLilND, ALBANY, AND
DOUBLE SEAT SLEIGHS,
Which we offer at Uw
VERY LOWEST PRICES.
AI"e n full Itne of BUGGIES and CAK
UiAUES all of our own well known make
Oi veils a call.
A-ftcpalring' promptly attended te.
THE ONL Y MEDICINE
IN EITHER LIQUID OR DRV FOR3I
Tnat Acts at the S.ini Time en
and the Kidneys.
These great organs nre tlie natural eIeanr
of the system. If they work wi-11. lu-altli
will beperfect, if they become clejjsetl ilrc-.u!
tul diseases are sure 10 fellow with
anilcvclepi'tlbeciin"e tlie lloe.l ! pol-iencil
with the humor that slieuhl be e.pcllul nat
urally. KIDNEY WORT Will Restore
the healthy action anil nil these ilestrevliift
evils will be bunbhi'il; neglect llicin uml'y.m
will live but te suffer.
Thousands have been curcil. Try It ami von
will aild one luer.- te the number. Tale Itlunl
health will ence lnere-rhicMnn your heart.
Whv suffer leniriT tr.ini tlii'l.inniMil l un
Why bear such ili-ilress ireui Cimstlii.itliin
ami riles ?
Kin.fuv-WeaT will c:ir veu. Try If :tt iviee
nml be Kitisllcil. YeurilrtitfxNl Ii 11 it. I'rliv
"lt isputup In Dry V-;;i:l.ible Ferm, tu
43lin cans, euu puckagi: uf which maUus slv
S quarN of medicine.
OH" Alse in Liquid Ferm,i-ry (inifiiiriitrii
-ter tl.e coin i-nienci-ut thueti who t-aunel
WT-ri-.i.Iily prepare tt. It .-.' with .rijtml
3- efficiency in cither f una.
HELLS. KU'IIARlhSOX Si Vi)., Prep's
(Will send the dry p-.i-.t-ii.iid.)
ilKI.OW COST I
RATHVON & FISHER
Are selliiif; off thi-Ir entire teek of KKADY
MAUK CLOTHING billow ee,t. Alse
FUOJl XOW UNTIL .IAXUAUY 1-vr
CLOTHING niailute m-.ler in tin- pruvallin;;
styles ami at uu'iliuni pilciv.
COR.XOKTH qUEEXumlOKAMIE STS.,
RATHVON & FISHER,
MONDAY. OCTOBER UHj, 1.S80.
A Ce.upli ti-St'.i I. et
wliifli fei'elf'pitieee.miKil l.c siirpas(il.
LnrK'.il Asdeitiiivnt t
ENGLISH AND SCOTCH
in this city, i'rici-s :im Iou a-, tin- Ien est ul
Ne. 51 Mer ih Qiiks Iftcl.
new UMily for fa!t an Iiiiiiiriic
Eall and Winter,
are Cut and Trimmed
Wc c.i 11 :iv you a
in the I.atcai
GOOD STYLISH SUIT
AS LOW AS
In jjieat variety, made te order at fetiert MiUci'
at I'm low ct price .
D. B. Hestette.r I Ui
24 CENTRE SQUARE;
HOOTS AA'lt SHOES.
L1 A G"V meets, riUOtlS AXI LAST
Jj A O X made en a new prinulple, Innr
ing conuerc ier me leei.
Last mad; te nnler.
MIRS. Cw LILLEK,
Munufuctnreranil Dealer In Hair Werk, l-iI!c5-ami
Gents WIjc-i. Cembiii-i stralhti-ncd and
made te order. Hair Ji-wi-lrvef all MiiiIh mnili;
un. Alie, hid Glevviiiud
ri ti'. !-." .1 di.nd
N lit. ii I. i-t.
dyi-d. at Ni- i'J .i!idit7
fStin'oer.i ,.l;evc 1'. li. U.