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TtANeAgjyttg' IttfjpaaEMQEB, JEBflUY - DECEMBER 31,-1880.
3. Church et Ged semi-centennial.
4. Steinman and Hentel reinstated bv the su
preme court; death or Geerge A. Miller at
Chambcrsburg; marriage of Mr. H.F. IIos IIes
tetter and Miss Clara. Heist ; death et Mrs.
Anna Barr, aged 83.
5. Accident te Chester X. Fnrr at the Stevens
beuse; Alexander Mil, or Columbia, killed
at the steel works. -
6. Marriage or Francis V. Walker and Miss
XLB.U! v. ua.ru; .Jenn ucuoeneergcrs iidwi
7. C. Widmyer'a house and Mrs. Maggie Eck
crt's bearding house robbed ; death of Mrs.
Klizabeth Maurer. aged 40 ; marriage of Rev.
J. B. Sonic and Mrs. K. Smeltz.
8. Humane lire company's dedication ball ;
Bcpublicanparadc and rioting.
9. Death et Jacob Scncr, aged 70, and or Jehn
8. Harbcrgcr In Nw Yerk.
10. Hash factory and d we! lings en Plum street
burned ; marriage or Mr. F. Xcuderf ami
Miss Catharine Margaret Keller.
11. Large Democratic meeting in Meuntvilie.
13. Marriage of A. X. lJre.ncraan.Jr. and Miss
Mary E. Albright; Colonel Ferney at Fulton
ball; Itcac Kutter's leg crushed ut Kinzcry.
IX State Sunday school convention ; death of
DanlelK. Mieesu, aged 73, and of C. Sattlcr;
Swartz's ice house burned in Columbia.
11. Gelden wedding or Christian Gust anil
wile; death of Jehn KJrclicr In Carlisle,
15. Rev. C. B. Shulta's appointment te pastor
ate at Bethlehem ; Mrs. Bullcr killed en rail
read ut bcheck's mills.
10. Elim G. Snyder nominated for Assembly ;
death et Jane Ewing. .
17. Thirty-second anniversary et tlm Lady's
18. Death of Mrs. Elizabeth C. Uhlcr; mar
riage et G. Edw: ; Ilegcner. te Miss Mary
Ida Cellins ; L. C. Cassldy's address at court
house ; Barney MciCeever killed en railroad
19. Deatii of Mbs Iila Gunilaker, in Denver.
Colerado ; Julius Ehibrcitcr breaks his neck
20. Death of Mrs. Wm. K. Rathveu, In Sterling,
SI. I Jin ouster county Hcpunlican man meet
ing. 22. Democratic meeting at court heuec. ad
dressed by Apgar. Parker unil Lagan ; deatii
et Prof. C. II. Jtedd. In Philadelphia.
- 23. Monster Democratic parade,
21. Church et Ged Eldership, Harrisburg.
25. ht. Stephen's church fair.
20. Death et Dr. Frederick Swcntzel in Cham
bcrsburg ; Statu field trials ut Quarry ville :
AL Dennelly, a noted horse thief captured.
27. Kefermed synod at Myerstown ; Lecficr .V
Seu's tannery wife blown up.
28. Annual inspection of Pennsylvania rail
road ; death et Mary Dunlap, near Bird-in-Hand,
2U. Sudden deatii of James Wilhchn, aged 45.
30. Election watchers appointed ; All hallow hallew
e'en. 31. Lutheran celebration of Reformation day ;
tarewell sermon of Rev. C. II. Hiultz.
1. Democratic last r.illy.
2. Democrats carry the city; dentil of Barbara '
Flcar.aged 70: et Jacob Guslev.aged t.J; et Jes.
Rregley, aged 71. and Jehn lialin, aged 21. i
3. Marriage et llaivey F. Havt-ratick ami
Miss Annie E.Stencr.
4. Death of James MeElligett, city, and Letili
Tides. In Fettsvillc. ugctlS; ; marriage of J.
II. Wlckcrshumnud Miss Jennie Heugh, in ,
Fert Wavne, Indiana.
6. Death or Uev. Samuel Dean.
C. Rise In Susquehanna liver ; negre bntglar
arrested In Christiana. I
7. Death of Mrs. Minnie A. Ueyer Ruih.
8. Opening of Teachers' institute.
U. Death of Geerge Albright, aged 77.
10. Deatii of Henry C andakcr, uged 4', and of
Mrs. Susan Xesblt, aged 92 ; cannon oxples- '
Ien at Safe Harber, Jeseph Tayler ami Jehn
Aliment killed and three porous injured.
11. Cattle killed at Big Cone-degn bridge ; Mr.-. !
Elizabeth Strccker run ever by Judje Liv
ingston's herr.es. ,
12. Wm. P. King seriously kicked by upon v.
13. Michael EbcrlyV familj- almost sulteca'ted
by coal gas ; Jehn Baker killed ly the cars at
14. Dunkard leve feast ut Ephrata ; St. Luke's
llcfermed Sunday school anniversary : death
or Uev. Israel Brady at lit Jey. aged 71.
15. Jeseph C. Snyder appointed court crier :
death e! Bridget Rciilv, agel 70.
JE. Kev. W. L. Ledwith installed Presbyterian
pastor at Paradie : deatii of Mary Eslclle
DJtrendcrfar, aged 81.
17. Xarrew escap.: et Keystone stable) from
destruction by lire; marriage of Dawsen D.
Michael and Miss Mary ceglev: smld-n
death et Henry Draehbar, sr., aged 8, anil of .
Mrs. Catharinn 1-eng, uged 57 ; death et Dr.
8. 8. Kchaffy. Millersviile.
1& Marriage or Henry A. Gres niul Miss
Louise llaberhudi : also AinrnstStcinwuille
and MIs Mary Merningslur ; ordination of
Kev. J. C. lliimc.
19. Death or Gabriel Baer. Mt. Jey; Martin
Kreldcr's barn burned; Miss Eliza liubley
fatally burned In Pittsburgh.
0. Isaac Habecker's houses burned in Lilitz.
SI. Bishop Shanahan's welcome ut St. Mary's:
death of Andrew Gehn. aged 70.
22. Mrs. Hepkins first letter published.
23. Frank Fester luiiud bleeding and nearly
frozen above P. U. It. depot; Susquehanna
closed by ice; death of Jehn Kauim, aged 0.
24. Jehn Segar, Celcmln township, killed bv a
runaway; deatii of Barbara Story, uged 79; '
GretTs warehouses and contents burned.
25. Thanksgiving day; golden wedding et 1
Pirmin and Magdalin Haul ; death et Francis
P. Metzger.ngcilM; et" Jacob Hair, uged il;
et Cyrus Moure, D ruin ere township, aged
IB; et David Musket miss, aged 2; et Geerge
II. Davis, aged tiJ; Mux Ynpu killed at the,
26. Baptist church fair.
27. " Ne verdict" in the case of U. S. vs. II. E. I
Minnich; death of Kev. Jesse Pennabecker,
Lltitz. aged 7." : suicide of Geerge England,
Hear Alrville, Yerk county.
28. Kev. Dr. Knight's third anniversary at St. '
James ; Kev. Huflerd's farewell at nl". Jehn's
20. Deatii of Mrs. Jeseph Potts, aged C!, Strue
bnrg. 30. Prcsbj'tciian church adepts rotary elder
ship and elects under it; death of Dr. Gee. I
Ress in Lebanon.
21. Miss Heller In sleight of band.
23. The " Danites." Geed house. Rev. Dr.
Wan-en's lecture en "Recreations in As
tronomy." Large house.
27. Mary Andersen In "Evadne." Packed
1. Anale Fixleyln "Mllss." Packed house.
5nnd. Powers "Dr. Clyde" combination.
15. Temmy Maclc minstrels. Geed house.
19. " An Arabian Night." Fair beuse.
24. Lawrence Barret in " Hamlet." Big house.
23. Dr. C. A. Greene's lecture. Small house.
6. Cellier's " Banker's Daughter. " Geed
30. Xew Orleans minstrels. Small house.
2. Baird's Xew Orleans minstrels. Small
3. "An Arabian Night." (Kcturn visit.) Large
C. Che3tnut street theatre company in "Our
itevfl." ilnnd linnae
8. "The Escaped Xun." Geed house.
9. NickEnboi'is'spanteiiilmccompairy. Large
15. Jeseph Murphy in " Kerry Gew." Fair
19, 20, 21. McGlbeny family. Crowded houses.
21. Jubilee singers. Small audience.
2.'5. Carncross minstrels. Crowded house.
21. Milten Nobles "Phoenix." Geed house.
2i. Cellier's " Celebrated Case." Fair house.
7. Emma Abbet Paul and Virginia" opera.
i' cacu neuse.
9. Sa'.sbury's Troubadours. Big house.
1. Jee Jeffersen's " Kip Van Winkle." Large
12. J. U. Kcanc's "Kip Van Winkle." Small
2.'. Janauschck in "Macbeth." Fair house.
21. St. Antheny's church lecture and concert.
2. " The Twe Orphans." Fair house.
27. Lecture by Adcluluc U. Murdoch. Small
27. Mrs. G. (.'.Heward in "Uncle Tem's Cabin.''
0. Annie Flrinln and Jehn Jack in "Civil
Marriage." Small Jieu-.e.
fi. Madame Hcntz's minstrels. Fair house.
7. "FunenthcPacitic." Fair house.
8. Ada Gray in "E:t Lvnne." Geed house.
15. Ferd and Deaham's" Masquerade:? In
" Pranks." Small house.
I'i. "The Four Seasons." Small house.
17. Wcllcsley-Stjrllng combination In "The
Old Cniss." Didn't show.
18. Alice Oates and " The Favorites " In Leng
Brunch. Geed heusy.
21. "Cinderella; ei.Tlia Little Glais Slipper."
! 24 Minnie Palmer's " Bearding Scheel." Fair
28. Clinten Hall's "Strategists." Small house.
50. Oliver Doud Bvron lu Acress the Centl.
, ncnt." Geed house.
I 5. Jeseph JcflTcrsnu in "Tlieltlvals." Criiwded
.11." Tlrj Galley Slave." :oe.l house.
8. Institute lecture. Hen. Gee. K. Wundliug
en Ingersclira. Crowded house.
1 .). Institute lecture. Wallace Bruce en Wil
liam Cullcn Bryant. Crowded house.
, 10. Institute lecture, .-chuyler Celfjx en
Abniliam Lincoln. (Crowded house.
11. Institute lecture. Hen. Clinten Loyd. en
the "Heuse of Itcpresuntatlves." Crowded
12. Institute Headings by Prel. Frank Brail
lord. Crowded house.
13 I. B. Binehart's Heme Entertainment.
l.r. " Deacon Crankelt." Fair lieuve.
17. Fanny Davenport in " An Amcricaii Gill."
IMaudlO. Thompson's "Electric Lights" Fair
20. Maude Granger in " Twe Nights In Keine."
2i "Matrimony." Small house.
2. Annie Pixlev in "M'liss." Large heu .
2.1. " Dr. Clyde." Fair heu-.e.
2". Mcndelsshen Quintet. Small house.
2(. Jay Kail's " Uncle Tem's Cabin.'' Crnwdi d
te. Agne.s Leenard in " Weman's Faith." Small
1. Haverly's Colored Minstrels. Creivded
5. lleey and llardie's ' Child et thu Slate."
!'. Cliurlette Thompson in " Tlie Planter's
Wife." Small house.
10. Stcrnberg-Friicli-WIMielmJ concert,
11. The Palestine Arabs. Small house.
20. Themas W. Keenc us ' Uiclmrd III
21. l.'ob.sen and Ti-ane in "Sharps and
r an- uuhsc
2. Haverly's "Widow Bedott." Small
2. Tem Daily's Heme MlnstreN. Lame house
27. 23. 20, .', 31. Hartz, Illusionist. Mediftni
pliments,fer tbc efferiugthls year is a very
pretty one consisting of pictures or accur
ately drawn and nicely colored American
birds mounted en handsome cardboard and
pretty enough le be framed and hung in
any one's picture gallery.
OUU IIKGULAR COltl'.ESPO.NDENCi:
Frederick accommodation west three
hours late yesterday.
Market this morning instead te-morrow.
PostefSca hours en Xew Year from 10 te
12 a. m. and G te 7 p. in.
Schools resume study en Monday.
Telephone poles are laid, but net erected,
as tar as Ueiuena lttrnacc.
E. K. Smith's thermometer marked 13
degrees below zero this morning and "at
ether places in proportion. " By neon to
day the mercury in turn had mounted te 9
Jacob Rethschilds left for .Xew Yerk
te-day at 1:03. C
The engiucs are hauling sliarfc freight
trains. Xew Year excursion tickets are
sellinji at the passenger depot.
Chief Burgess MclHngcr warns property
owners te obey the ordinance requiring
them te keep their pavements clear of
snow, or the penalty will be enforced.
The 30th annual variety dres ba'l of the
Columbia lire cemnativ will be held in
rOdd Fellows hall this evening. The mem
bers of the company are new engaged iu
decorating the room for the event. The
Shawnee lire company will also give their
animal ball te-night in company II armory.
It is expected that b ith balls will b? at
tainted with succ3ts.
The Washington (B. C.) 31. E. church
will give an entertainment tomeir.iw even
ing that premises te be "great."
Je. Aiken, the well known hotel pro pre pro
Xricter of Kinzers, is sorieuslv ill.
The coolest sight in town is the picture
of Gus Williams in a straw hat, laugh
ing in one of the show windows.
Henry 31. Englu of 3Lircitta. who has
lest three children from diphtheri;!,has an
other dangerously ill, and Mr. Hal lis. who
has lest ene.has four ethers in critical con-
Jlisses Lettie Smith, Smith, Alice
Buchcr, Ilatt-" Ilecse ami 3Ianie Allisen
determined t i:i!.e a sleigh vide this morn
ing te Lanca- r. The weather made no
difference te 'ic ciunit-ceus .young ladies,
who, en t. at rival of their' .sleigh,
jumped in : ...1 bundled themselves snugly
beneath bit Me robes. They get as far as
Furnaee hi;i,uear Eighth ami Union !;tieets,
when tlicir horse bccauie frightened and
ran awaj-. A few jumps and tiic horse
reached an embankment, ever which it
went at a terrific pace, drawing the un-
iiicuy sictnii, wil us equally JUCKiCSS ee-
cupants. along. The sk-igli was over
turned with both .harts bieken and the
young ladies were spilled into a feet or
mere "of snow. Xe one was hurt and the
ladies en releasing themselves found they
were a mile from home, no one near, their
horse gene, their sleigh a wreck and
themselves standing iu about a feet of
He was taken te the lockup te tluwfr-eut,
and te-morrow will be warmed up by Al
While s-.tting by the store at her resi
dence in Derwart street this forenoon, the
dress of Mrs. Jehn Pentz took fire and
was seen iu llames. A daughter of "MVs.
Pentz in attempting te put out the flames
was badly burned. Captain Pentz, who
was in an adjoining room, hearing her
screams, ran te the assistance of his wife
and succeeded in putting out the Are, but
net uutil she had been very severely burn
ed. Capt. Pentz's hands were also badly
blistered by the fire.
3C3 the Lucky Number.
Se. 331 has wen the dell' head new en exhi
bition In the window of Astrlch Bres., Kast
Kins street. The holder et the number will
receive the head upon the presentation efthe
ticket at theirstere.
WATCH MGI1T SERVXCK WIU IMS
. held in St. Paul's M. E. church thi
te begin at 9 o'clock. All
TpiON BETHJ-.X.-TVATCII NIGHT SEK-
KJ vices and communion, cemmencinc this
ereaingat S:30 and closing at 12 o'clock.
fkiday Bvaaroie, dke. m, isae.
WANTED I313IEDIATEI.Y A LOACH.
. man vrhe can make himself srfinpr-iiir
f ncf 1... .. rnl.AH .... . ,? .
MBS. MARY DCXN,
219 East King street.
Could Net Get op Stairs.
Mrs. K. U. Kebins makes a statement that
for year she has been a great sufferer from
Kidney affection and that for several months
the pains in her back were se severe she could
net get up stairs. Stio has new worn a Day's
Kidney Pad for four weeks, la free lrein pain,
and believes hsiielt entirely eured.
"VTO REASONABLE Ot'FEK
Organs and Pianos. NEW AND SECOND
n AA D, at greatly reduced prices.
.. ulten Opera Heuse, Lancaster.
WAimscTON. Dec. 31. Fer the Middle
states clear or fair weather, slowly risin
temperature, winds generally from south
te west, and slowly falling barometer.
rWE INTEREST DUE On THE MOKT
X ga?e bends et the Lancaster Watch Com
pany, limited, en Jan. 1. 1SS1, will be paid at
the Lancaster County National Hank en and
uuer mat iiaie.
JOHN D. SKILE5,
Consumptives gain in flesh, strength
spirits under a daily use of Mult Bitters.
A HAPn N.W YEAIS
TO YOU ALL !
Andrew G. Frey, Druggist,
NORTH QUEEN ST., CORNER ORANUE
ATliat a Pity
that the otherwise beautiful girl should have
uch bad teeth. And all because she did net
use SOZODONT. It cost se little te buy It
considering the geed It does, and its benefits
stretch eat into her future lite. Peer girl.
Fragiaut with delicious flower ede
healing balsams Uuiicura Seap.
The Doctura Disagree
ni te thu best methods and runie.lles, for the
cures or constipation and disordered liver and
kidneys. i;ut theie that have used Kidney Kidney
Wert, ugivjc that it U by far the best medicine
known. Its action U prompt, thorough and
lasting. Don't take pills, and ether mecurlals
that poison the system, but by using Kidney Kidney
Wert restore the natural action of all the
ergain. Xew Covenant. d27-lwdiw
TOTIUfc-TIIE MEMBERS OF EMPIRE
xi council, -e. ... e. V. A. M., are requested
te meet at their hall en Sundav aitcrnoen. at 2
e clock, te attend the funeral "of our Inte Re
cording Secretary, Bre. Absalom Fairer. The
members et Conestoga Council, Ne. S. Cones Cenes
toga Council, Ne. 22, Empire Council. Ne. !20.
Junier O. U. A. M., are respectfully Invited te
attend. By order of
.. . t ,, m it-KILL. Councillor.
Attest : Jas. P. Twixtse, A. U. S. d31-2td
fTyiLt. DE ENLARGED. '
Will be enlarged TO-MOKItOW (SATURDAY).
JANUARY 1. 1SS1.
The subscription price will remain the same.
th cents a week. ita
snow en a com morning. The ladies
walked back te town, and search was in
stituted for the sleigh and horse ; thev
were again fitted out and the ladies reach
ed Lancaster safely, took dinner with
Sheriff and Mrs. J. S. Strine, and made a
trip home by the same route.
A Itrllllaut Party at the Stevens Heue.
The event which Lancaster's social cir
cles have been awaiting with keen inter
est for weeks past came off at the Stevens
house last night, aud the general verdict
of these who attended the annual assem
bly there given was that all in all it was
the largest, most brilliant and completely
Here and There and Everyuherc.
The Lancaster Daily Examiner premises
te cnlarire te-morrow one inch in feuniii.
Rev. 31. C. Lihtucr is tohuve a memo
! rial tablet in St. Paul's I'. E. church, I.eck
Officer Ceylc found a
en Seuth Queen street,
ten nis name,
llausman fc Burns ,ir distributhiir nice
calenders for 1331. The IsTriLMOExcni:
j calcndcr,a marvel of typographical beauty.
j is also out.
; The watch meeting at the Duke street
i 31. E. church, this evening, is te byjrfn at
New Jersey Wine.
Tiiis wine fersickness has long been in pop
ular favor, but by no means intoxicating in
its nature. Wc rcler te Speer's Pei t, Grnpe
Wine, which has been introduced into the hos
pitals and among the first families in New
Yeik, the principal drug stores in this city, by
Alfred Speer, of Pa-sale, N. J., who has de
voted himself Ter many years te the cultiva
tion of the Oporto Giv.pc, and the study of
lennontatiei.s, and producing an nrtlele, the
medical properties Of which arc said by gen
tlemen of reputation te be unsurpassed. Mr.
Specr ferments his wine by a new process, pc pc
uliarte hini.-elt.wilhoutthcadditienof Migar
or spirits. We doubt whether there is a vine
yard iu the old or new world that can yield a
wine at all comparable te this in richness or
delicacy of flavor. All first claw trugglsta
i The above extract iiem the New Yerk Iler-
aid shows the approbation in which Spcer'a
whie is held abroad. W have drank the wine
und can truthfully endorse what theabeve ex
i tract says concerning its geed q uallties. The
way in which it is matured by Mr. Spcer gives
' it a finer flavor tha.i any wine wc ever drank.
', Bosten Traveler.
! This wine is endorsed by l)rs Atlce and
' Havlj, and for sale bv II. E. Slaymaker.
PTJULIO SALE -ON SATURDAY, JANU
ARY 8. 1R3I. will be sold at public Rale, at
the Leepard Het el, a Let or Piece or Ground
situated en Lafayette street, containing in
front SO feet, and extending In deptli 117 feet
bounded en the west by property or Jacob
Breck, en thecatbvm-miertvif.T;ir-nli K'....i-r
n,1.1 . .1... nn... .. 1... ..n. ... -. . ...
...., w.i uiu Euiiiii uv ir..ieri v in .iiiceu ivcppie,
en which are erected TWOItOUSES.oncuene
story Brick Heuse, Xe. 410, containing six
rooms, and the ether a one anda-half sterv
Frame Dwelling, containing 4 rooms with
Frame Shep In the yard ; also Grape Vines and
l rnit Tress. This property must be s-ehl.
Sale te commence at 7 o'clock p. in., when
terms will be made known bv
F. W. Wilxiajis, Auct. i!3t-Gtd
T iR9i t in
-.,-!-.. .. .'..... "-.. " "' ." --., . -"
i Kiinih. u. in., y virtue ei a wi it ei jieri facias,
I will expose te public sale, at. the storeroom
of Harry W. Sheiblcy, Ne. V, North Market
street, in the city et Lancaster, Pa., the follow
ing ncrsenal m-enei-tv te wit.
The entire stock of Carrlagu 7dakers Sup
plies, consisting et Plains, olds, Warner's
Patent and Sarven's Patent Wheels. All kinds
et Spokes and Kims, Reaches, Buggv Bodies,
Carriage Bodies. Cnrriage Parts, s baits. Hubs.
Bews. Poles, Sleigh Ucndintrs, Sleigh Baskets,
Dry Paints, Varnishes. Linseed iinil ether
Oils, White and Pittsburgh Lead. I'umleu
Stene, Paint Brushes. &c. Seized and taken in
execution as the property or Harrv W. Sheib
lcy, and te be se!d bv
JAcm: s STIJIVV Sh,.rln-
Shctltrs Ottlcc, Lancnler, I'a. Beec'inber ill,
MONDAY. JANUARY 3. A.
A reunion of soldiers' orphan graduates
at Harrisburg te-day resolved te form a
permanent organization similar te the G.
A. R. and adjourned te meet in Harris.
burg August 25.
Simeon 3IcKeew, an old colored man,
drank three pints of whisky.en a wager,
at Seguin, Tex. Then he died.
James H. Brady, alias Mooney, the bur
glar, who murdered his companion in
crime, Edmund Lavaie, in a bearding
heuse m Florence street, Bosten, last Feb
ruary, has been arrested in Albany.
Abe Rothschild has been acquitted of
uiuiuci at oeuersen, j.ex.
The mayor of Athens, telegraphs te the
lord mayor of Londen, that a magnificent
aud complete statue of Minerva Victorious
a masterpiece of fhuleas, has just been
The fenr story brick building at Coombs
alley, Second and Arch street Philadel
phia. occupied as a paint aud varnish store
by S. P. Wetherillifc Ce. TWrvA n
and Win. II. .Mitchell, burned this morn mern
uig. Less net less than $30, 030.
An autensv in the iasn nf l.-r.;,i....f
Audcrwert,ef Switzerland, who committed
suicide en Saturday last, showed hyper
trophy of the heart and au incipient soften
ing of the brain.
A colete.l Libcrian sailor was found bad
ly frozen near Flushing, L. I. His limbs
will probably drop off if net amputated.
Fire at Jacksen, Mich., this morning de
stroyed the 3Iarien heuse, Jacks an City
bank and half dozen stores. Less $00,000
D. R. Beas, a saloon mau, was shot and
killed yesterday at Regcrsville, Tex., it i ;
supposed by James Ellisteu te whom he
had refused credit for drinks.
II. C. Rogers, a farmer living near
Huntsville. Tex., was brutally stabbed by
a man named Pickering who made his es
cape. The attorney general concluded his
pleadings in the Irish state trials at Dub
JewTerk Central... isit
Adams Express if
Illinois Central fS
Cleveland A Pitts .. " iS?
Chicago A Reck I .E,
8tecks strong and steady.
Phll'a. Readinsr..... "si? '
Lehigh VaUev. ".. " Si?
Lehigh Navigation... 39
Anrthnrn liielfl in.n v.l
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Pitts.. Tltusv'e R " vK?
Central Trans. Ce.
m "'a 'S
"PULTON OPERA .neUSE.
ANTHONY A ELLIS, - - Maxaeer.
ONE WEEK ONLY!
MONDAY, DECEMBER 27,
AND SATURDAY 3IATLSrt:H.
THE UREAT AND ONLY
AND GRAND COMBINATION'.
PROF. PAUKERaudhls wonderful leSCtruu.
.AL. DUNCAN, Ventrlleriuial Cemetlian.
FRANK L AWre.N. The Inimitable Favorite.
CARRIE HARTZ. Vocalist.
MISS MARY MITCHELL. Clairvoyant.
PROF. FRANK VICKERY. Pianist.
Elennt I'resents gtven away at each per
formance. POPULAR PRICES.
ADMISSION. - - - 33 Jt r.O CI.
Accenliujj te Location.
Seats secured without
.-j:tra chared at llei:
j-en salv vu i:i:-'j.
yALr.iuiw.-A LIU OK ONE AND TWO
'" drunk' se cold,
that he couldn't
1. Death of Susan" Rmvinan "in Millci.ville, . tue deer of the ball room, when the hour
ei me promenaue commenced at nine
' o'clock, f.iulticssiy arrayed in evening
costume, and with a big dark losctte en
his coat lapel, the badge of his e.'Iiae.
Rosettes and ribbons of various
colors adorned the coat of the
members of the different commit
tees. And they no doubt all did their
duty faithfully, for the ball, Irani the
commencement te thu close, wentsmoetlily
along without a single unpleasantness";
and no better test of geed management,
need be asked. It was very fully at
tended. The rooms were even better filled
The Christmas I'Sitnit.iinmeiif. f tlm
.. . ... . .. .. .....- - i . .--...... ...w
succcssiui auair ei tne Kind that lias ec- ; Derwart street mission will be repeated to te
currcd in this city for years. Early in the morrow evening by special request
evening the carriages began te roll up be-' The very fresh young men who raided
fore the West King street entrance, and ! the saloon at X.niii Onmm mi n,-.,..
.. , ... .. .. ..... VB(...
yutaisuu Hiiynuu;; weiu COUUIICICU lO ttic
second lloer where all the parlors and the
great dinning hall, te be used ai a b.il!
room, had been thrown open.
J. L. Stcinmetz, ese., appeared as the
master of ceremonies for the occasion, at
j Mettici-n! .Iletliera:: aietlicrsl'i
J A:-e you 'duturbed at night and broken ei
I yt.urrest by a sick child sull'ering and crying
: with the escrueialhiy pain et cutting teeth?
; Itf,eal once and geta bottle of MRS. WINS-
. LOWS SOOtHINO SYRUP. It will relieve the
!)Oer little 9uUerer Immediately depend upon
It: there Is no mlalake about it. There i.i neta
mother en earth who has ever used it, who will
j net tell you at once that it will regulate the
! bnwcN, and slvc rest te the mother, and rellel
; atul health te the child, eperatlug like magic.
I it i- perfectly safe te use in all cases, and picas
! ant te the taste, anil is the prescription et one
' et the I'ldeat and best fem-ile Tilivslelnna -mri
muves in the Unllcil States. Sold evcrywhere
-." cents a bettle. I U7-lyd&wM.WS
streets en Christmas day, were fcent te jail
for ten days by 'Squire JlcConemy.
asedCS : of Anna Marv Dclseit. aired 73.
2. Attempt upon the lire or Mania Cehen by
his insane brother : deathef Mrs. Ellen I'ar-
rtd.afred 73; deatii or Patrick Ceylc, aged 71.
3. completion of Steven cotton mill.
4. Jehn llruder drowned; death et' Abraham
Staid, aired 0
8. Philip ilctr.'s tobacco shed burned.
0. Death or Mrs. Margaret D. Fenn, tit Marv. I
ville ; Rudelph Krautcr killed iu Philadel
7. Decease or Jehn Uilch, agcdlO: Mrj. Salena j
Withers iu Reading; of Mrs. Leah Hull In I
J). Infant child of Aug. lliiiyiuau, Mt. Jev. I
smothered ; death ei J. W. Sandee, Stnts- i
9. Milkmen's udvcrlisinglawciiferccd ; death
efMrs. Mary A. Keadig, aged 02, in Philadel-
The mayor committed Anne (iessner for
30 days ; James Ryan for 20 day?, and
Henry Shullz for 10 day.,- all for va
grancy. Charles Rut'er, colored, an employee :it
the l'cnii iron works, had a thumb cut e!f
by having it caught in a pair of .she;;r
used for cutting iron Ia-.t evenimr.
i It is ii:i)esil)!e ler a woman alter a falthlul
, coui-seet treatment with Lydla E. l'inkham's
Vegetable Compound te continue te suirer
' wiih h r.ertlcness et the uterus. Enclose a
I stamp le Mrs. Lydia E. Plnkham, SB Western
', avenue. Lynn, Ma-., for pamphlets.
We tender Thanks te our Numerous
Ciisteincisand Friends for their Patron
age during 18SO. Our Aim, liming the
Coming Ye.ir, shall he te Ple.iic and
Satisfy ail with Lewest Pricci, Uest
Goods. Courleeui) Attention. A HAPPY
NEW YEAR TO ALL.
HIGH & MARTIN,
15 EAST KING STREET.
CONTINUED COLD WEATHER.
The Mercury Down te the Dettmn or the
Philadelphia, Dec, 31. Weather ro re ro
peits this morning indicate continued cold
weather. At Washington at 7 a. m. the
thermometer marked 10 below. Yester
day at Fert Werth, Tex., it touched 2
below. At Ilrenham, Tex., snow is eleven
and a-half inches deep. At Livingston, en
Orange mountains, twenty miles from
New Yerk, the thermometer marked 20
ueiew at daybreak this morning. At
Bayvicw, N. J., at the same hour it was
0 be' -w. At Petersburg. Va., 10 below,
Whii i peg, Mauiteba, 44 below. Travel
en.tlu reads in that section is entirely
suspended, being blocked with the deep
est snow kreivn for years.
Herse Sleiirhs. Ii. fn.-l .-ikii.liiii.il ... ......
ehcap. Can be cen at sdiebcr'a La'e Hetel
11UBAVCO WAKKUOVsKS FOB KKNT.
. Twe Wiiraheusea near Heading R. it. Do De Do
pet, SSxCO feet, Iretii January I. 1nI. Apply te
2i Last King Street.
Alse, for Kile he-.ics and lets en easy term-.
'Jlrewn' Bronchial Trechci"' are ucd with
advantage te alleviate Cetizlis. Sei-u Threat.
i-Hearj-eitea.s ar.'l Itrenchial Alleetleni. Fer
I thirty ycara these Troches have linen In use,
..-tn. .....t... . ., .
lhc soup house will open mid iree dis- . n.-.v and untried, but. having been tested bv
than at tlie J anions 011011111'' ball at. the
.A" . ... . i .. . C
1 : "u"f coinin.ssieiu l-s agree te imui ceun- Stevens Heuse several years age. A ercat
tvdebt lit. 4 r pp.nt ilenlli n Aiii.iuel V..- . " . r .
vc - :..-'. ..... :.: .. - . .". ' inanv straiieers rera irrsiit. :
vi juuuii.eu, sigcu iti ; 11. t-eepi.'s s nerses
11. Lewis Sewers sentenced ler murder ;
frozen water pipes : Mennugh's stables
burned in Oxford.
12. Eplscepul Interchange or pulpits in the in
lerest of miaslens.
13. Death et Mrs. Mary J. I'.eclc. aged S9.
II. Postal Reute Agent (i. W. Hublcy arrested.
13. Ilarrisburgcity 4 per cent", lean bold at pre
mium. 16. Firemen's convention in Reading ; College
Student published ; local duirv association
17. Sudden death et Cathaiine Abeie, aged CI.
18. Reservoir ice cut.
19. Cliag. Gibsen and JoeGrefl" eauglit in an at
tempt te nrcak jail.
20. Heavy snow fall and .leighlng.
21. Jehn H. Reese killed at llituer's warehouse.
JS. Death of Henry B. McNcal, aged 47 : of
Henry D. Mussel man, aged 17.
23. Public school cutcrtiilnmcut ; death et
Emma E. Miller, Washington borough tiem
24. Christmas market ; geed idcighing ; brisk
trade; Phillip Uiggins shetat Ceatesville by
25. Lecal observance of Christmas : death of
Miss Mary Catharine Cele, Columbia.
2C. Death et Ames 1. Launing, aged 73; Sunday-school
27. Tramp light : St. Jehn's day.
28. Sndden death of MUs Susan Finefrock.
aged 23; W. H. Shrimp, P. It. R. brakeuian
killed at Ardmore ; tleath of Adam Flcar,
29. Jehn W. Jacksen paralyzed ; limitations
Imposed en prison visiting.
30. Death of E. A. Scncr. aged SS ; man iagc or
Mr. E. I. Cewell and Miss Mary Slayiuaker ;
Assembly party at Stevens house; Samuel
Wilsen, aged 72, found dead In bed, West
Lampeter township; deatii of Abraham
Fairer from apeplexv.
31. Extreme cold.
tributien bejrius te-morrow. Cee. Calder.
sr., adds $5 te the fund. Jehn I). Alien
will lecture al Tcmperaiica lull nextTues-
tlay evening en " Energy an Element of
Distinction," half the profits for the soup
At the Ilait:: show last evening the
sewing machine was wen by Mrs. C. E.
Sievcr. 33 Charlette street, and ether
prizes were given away. The illusionist
and his full company appear te-night, to
morrow afternoon and te-morrow night.
lienjamnn Wcrtz, administrator 'of the
-'..... ! T 111! 1 , . .
vewnu ui ., . j.iusd:i iieccasee, jate u
Washington borough, sold a tract ei" land
containing three quarters of an acre te
Jacob Welk fer$G2C:a one-and-a-half story
frame dwelling house and let of ground in
said borough, te Jacob Brownmiller for
SOLID SWEET WHITE GKAPES,
31 CTS. PER P.'JUXD,
New ii:m:i;s u-jckwiikat fleuij.
A Very Superior Article: ake. Luzeruu
County Buckwheat Fleur, Choice ; and
HECKEU'S SELF-RAISING BUCKWHEAT
AXD UUIDDLE CAKE FLOURS,
Xe.l7Eat King Street.
two boys charged
belonging te C.
was discharged, 1 here being no
against iiini. Tammanv. who
Dramatic Recerd or the Year
L Kanfrctta Panteinluie 1 matinee. .
3. Rial & Draper's Uncle Tem's Cabin
C. KateClaxlen in 'Dnuble Marrlage "
6. Watsen, Ellis & Kcrnell's variety
15. Oolty-Ueoft, "Under the Gaslight."
10. Lippet's slelglit or hand s,hew.
17. Gothold's "Octoroon." Lai-ge house.
34. Soup house fund entertainment. Packed
96. Madame Rcntz's minstrels. Large house.
27. Wallace Vrucc's lecture en " Womanhood
in Shakspcarc." Slim house.
28. Kiralty's "Enchantment." Packed house.
29. Aunt Pelly Bagtwt's Singin' Skewl." Small
4 and 5. 1'ref. Coeke's "Eaniosaef Spii-itual-ism'
1- ST11188 c,n gft hew Geed house.
9. "Our Goblins." Small house.
uLJljn?ity110 comedy company in " Pate."
a 52SytU?.nle.r"8 Pantemlme. Large house.
LS5R.JlSC'iI,lc,y's.VMcsscaStr r-en Jarvis
section." pucked house.
e. r ree wispcnsary litune vntcrtai mimu
17.BeOalp Rill in -Knights of th.
19. Fanny Davenport in Pique." P.i heie
21. Pirates or Penzance." Large Heuse
many strangers were present aud added
much te the iutcrc-t with which the
scene en the crowded dancing Jloer was
viewed. JIauy of the ladies from abroad
attracted marked attention by their beauty
of countenance, gracefulness of carriage
and tasteful drcssiug.
Auditor General Schcll and Mr. Kerr,
of the same eflicc, were present from
Harrisburg, which town was represented
also by four or five ladies. Columbia con
tributed a liberal share of the guests, but
we did net ebserve any of the premised
faces from Heading. Te describe the
dresses wc Ce net have the skill.
Iheywcicel many colors and many of knew who had the piteous but would
them very handsome. The display tell, was held for a further henrim henrim
et jewelry was net very striking, and ., "
uiameims uiu net sparkle every
whcie. There were dresses long and
dresses short ; and it seemed that fashion
had abandoned the effort te confine the
female mind and figure te any particular
motto 01 dress ana that all were reveling
in their unwonted liberty. There were
skirls that hung two or three inches from
the fleer side by side these that swept it
for as many yards. Te these who esi esi
jeyed dancing the evening must have been
one et great pleasure, because the Horn Hern
was pleasant te their feet, the music te
their cars and the partners te their souls.
At least if they were net, they should
have been. Fer the lloer was
nicely waxed, Tayler's orchestra play
ed splendid daneiug music albeit "a
trifle tee loud for the hail and there were
plenty of men and maids whence te select
pleasant partners. These who danced net
had ample opportunity in the raanv and
spacious parlors te sit in sweet converse or
in the bread halls te promenade in av
The supper was served at midnight, and
after one o'clock the sedatcr efthe guests
began te leave, but it was four o'clock iu
the morning before the long pregramme
of dances was finished and the party dis
persed. The dancing cards were very ele
gantly designed with beautiful engravings
of ships and owls and things en the covers.
Of course they were pretty because they
came out of the Intelligencer job office
aud from the bauds of that facile rriucens
among the typographical artists of Lan
caster, Harry Carsen.
Altogether the ball was a success, and
constant use Ter nearly an entire
geiieialien, they have attained well-merited
run:; among the few staple remedies of the age.
" Jlretcn't Bronchial Troches'" act directly
j 011 the organs efthe voice. TUcyhave an cx
i I raerdlnary effect in all disorders of the Threat
J and I-aryn-, restoring a hcaltliy tone when re
j laxed, either tiem eeld or ever-exertion ei the
j voice, and preduee a clcarand distinct cnuncl
, atien. MjicnKcrs a ml Singtrs find the Troches
A Cough, Celd, Catarrh 01 Sere Threat re
I quires Immediate attention, as neglect olicn elicn
I times results in some Incurable Lung Disease.
j "HieutCs Bronchial Troches" will almost in
j vaiianly give relief. Imitations are etTered ter
j -ale, many et which are injurious. The genu
. ine "Brian's Bronchial 2'reches" ure sold
j only tn bete. !anl3-lydiwTa,ThiS
Ge te H. 15.
Cochran. ilnmrirlt 1ST ami lea
and Daniel Tammanv, ' :iin'h U;-e" street, ler.lr. Freeman's Xsw
with stealing pigeon, j A" ''"'J ". I"lP,uttrllilY
Ilagelgans had a I pounds. Prise. 15 eeuts.
A OEM'S FOK
FAHNESTOGK'S FARINA FLOUR,
A Very Superior Article. Give it a Trial. Fw
Sale only in Lancaster,
D. S. BURSK'S,
NO. 17 EAST Z.IXU STBEKT.
FIRE AT ATLANTIC CITY.
Tue Iletels Burned Fighting the Flames
Atlantic City, N. J., Dec. 31. The
hotel Windser,kept by M. A .Reet andewncd
by David Giltiman, of Philadelphia,
caught fiie at six o'clock this morning
from a heater in the cellar. The steam
fire engine would net work, aud as the
efforts of the firemen were confined te an
old hand engine, buckets and hatchets, the
llames seen spr" ,d te the Dullmere house
kept by J. 11. Dull. Beth buildings were
destroyed, together with most of the fur
niture in the hotel Windser. Much alarm
was felt for the adjoining property, but
luckily there was only a slight wind and
the fire was confined te the two hotels
named. The less will aggregate 40,000.
Several firemen had their fingers and feet
1VOK SALE OK KKInT. Kltilir SEW
A? Twe-storied 1HUCK HOUSES. Fenrlarge
rooms and half entry, fcixleen leet six Inches
front, and twenty-six R-et deep, let ltfj Ret
deep, situated en West Marien street (near
Charlette, will be ready te occupy en the first
or February. Will lie sold for Stme each. These
are the cheapest houses in the city. Apply te
JOHN L. ARNOLD,
d 3td onice Ne. 11 Eat Orange Street.
ri'UK OLD LANCASTKIt COUNTY ItOCSK.
J. Nes. 117 anil 111) Eat Kingstrce , for rent
Remodeled und lltteil up in llrst-c'aas style
with large dining room. light and airy sleep!
ing apartments. Stabling and Shedding com
plete in every particular. This well known
und old established house has done as large a
county trade as any in the city, and being cen
trally located (almost adjoining tbt Court
Heuse), id one the mutt dcirub!u 'bu-dncss
stands in Lancaster.
or teruis and prticulars apply te
II North Queen Strcel
C1ITY PKOPEKTY AT PRIVATE SALK.
j The undersigned eiler at private f-ale the
residence new occupied by him at Ne. 4i Seuth
Lime street. The house fronts 111 feet, mere or
less, and extends iu depth 193 feet, te thu Zion
Lutherun cL'urch. On the south side of the
house Is a private alley. The lieu-e contain.!
seven large rooms, is intwly painted and paper
ed, and ban gas In every room in the house. In
the yard are choice grape vines and lrult trees.
The prepert j- is very desirably located and will
be sold at a reasonable price.
d'20-tld PHILIP DOERSOM.
The Reading Election.
Philadelphia, Dec. 31. The examina
tion by the masters efthe Philadelphia &
Reading railroad into the question of post
poning the annual meeting until Febru
ary first was begun here this morning.
WANTED AT THIS OFFIOE COPIES
or the DAILY IN I ELMCK'-CER of
JANUARYS!, 1SA0. and SEPTE3IUER2. 15 0.
It Is Werth a Trial.
"I wa-s troubled ler many years with Kid
ney Complaint. Grave!, Ac.; my bleed became
thin; 1 was dull and Inactlv.j ; could hardly
crawl about, and was an old worn-out mau alf
ever, and could get nothing te help me, until
Iget Hep Hitters, and new I am a boy again.
-My bleed and kidneys are nil right, and 1 am
as active as a man et 30, although I am 72, and
1 have no doubt it will de as well ler ethers et
my age. It is worth the trial. (Father.)
ill! kinds et Heuso i'aliilliii'.-nul nv.iliilm.
done ut the shortest notice nm I In ;h...,.t no.
silde style. We have reduced our price te
i.w iui mij . aimpeii unarioiie street.
ectl'Muid ALLEN GMTIIKIK & SONS.
CHRISTMAS GIPT.j r !
IN GREAT VARIETY AT
L. M. FLYNN'S,
Ne. 4 Wi-ST KING STItKET-
Ah Auction !
crate expert and home
auiierflnu state, it
ft iei-t w. choice.
! ftUDDEN DEATHS.
Decease of Samuel V.'ltseu and Absalom
Samuel Wilsen, a farm laborer, residing
near the lower end of West Lampeter
township, went te bed en Wednesday
evening in apparently geed health, and as
he did net get up at his usual hour en
Thursday morning his room was entered,
and he was found dead in bed. Mr. Wil Wil
seu was about 72 years of age, and leaves
a wife and children.
Absalom Fairer, lesiding at Xe. 0O0
Xerth Lime street, was prostrated by a
stroke of apoplexy last evening about half
past live o'clock and ilipd at ten eVW'.-
.Mr. Faiier had suffered from a former
stroke of apoplexy received a year or se
age. but had se far recovered as te be able
le be about and attend te light busi
ness duties, and tnst v.nnr te hi
I have sold at retail price since tha 4th of
December last 1.T0 bottles et Dr. Themas' Ec
leetrlc Oil, guaranteeing every bottle. I must
say I never sold a medicine in my lire that
gave such universal satisfaction. In my own
case, with a badly Ulcerated Threat, altera
physician penciling jt. for several days te no
eitcct. the Kpleelrl.. (lit 0.....1 if ti.n.n,,..i.i 1..
! twenty-lour bourn, and in threatened croup iu
I my children this winter it never tailed te re
! lieve almost immediately. C. R. HALL.
I Gr-.AYVU.tE, III., March 28, 1RS0.
i ,.., "?tMe "y II. Jl. Cochran, druggist, 137 and
j 1) North tucen street, Lancaster, Pa.
was se unanimously voted.
The Carriers' Offering.
The carriers of the Intelligencer will
call upon their patrons te-morrow morn
ing te wish them a happy New Year and
present them their New Year's offering.
We shall net be at all burprised te learn
that the patrons of the Intelligencer
generously responded te the carriers' com-
stroke yesterday, appeared te be in his
usual health. He was about CO years of
age and well known te most of our citi
zens having been several years age in the
grocery business, and later kept a beet
and shoe store en Xeith Queen street.
IIw was also for some years a tax collector,
and a salesman- iu the furnishing heuse of
Flinn & Brcncman. He leaves two sons
and two daughters, all married. His wife
also survives him.
A "JUIIeiialrc'rt Jllli-fertuiic.
James R. Kecne's summer house, at
Newport, burned te-day. Less, iHOO.OOO.
A twenty thousand dollar picture and sil
verware enough te fill a hack were saved
as well as some choice bric-a-bric. Sirs.
Kcene and family sought refuge in the
stable. They lest all their wearing ap
parel although the servants saved theirs.
Nothing abeve the first fleer was saved.
Edward Lyen was found in the snow
this morning and being under the influence
of liquor would probably have frozen, had
he net been rescued by Frederick Kline.
Fi-Eau. In this city, en the 28th Inst., Adam
I lear, in the list year of his age.
Tlie relatives and friends or the family aru re
spectfully Invited te attend the funeral. Trem
his late residence, 750 High street, en Friday
morning, at 9 o'clock. Interment at Jeseph's
cemetery. High mass at SL Jescph'schurah.
SESsn. On December 30. at the residence et
ids mother. Ne. 220 North Prince street, Kdw.
A. Sener, in the tWth year of his age.
The relatives and friends of the family are
respectfully inyited te attend the funeral en
Mondayaftcrneon, Jan. 3, at2 o'clock. Inter
ment at Woodward Hill cemetery.
Faitier. I-n this city, en the 20th inst , Absa
lom I alter, iu the Kith year of his ue.
Tlie relatives and friends of the "family aij
respectfully invited te attend the funeral trem
iiuen at e ciecK. interment at Lancaster
Eiusxax-Iii this city, Dec. 'M, 1830, Catha
rine Christina Erismnn, sister of E.. J. Erls
man. aged 39 years, 1 month and 18 days.
The relatives and friends are respectfully in
vited te attend the funeral en Sunday after after
neon, from the residence ei her mother. Ne.
319 West Orange street. Service at the house
at half-past two o'clock. Te proceed te Wood
ward Hill cemetery at 3 o'clock. 2td
DIAEIES mm 1881,
Giving Church Days. Ilcliaieus FesMvali.
Moen's Changes. Hlankt for Wci-ther Recerd
and much ether usetul Information, in styles.
Jew and Nevel.
Fer sale at the Eoekstoro et
JOHN BABR'S SONS,
IS & 17 NORTH yiTEKN ST.,
NEW YEAR CARDS.
Ai Elegant A"S'irtunmt for .ile at the
JOHI BAEE'S SOIS,
Mew Yerk AlarKei.
Nkw Yerk, Dee. 31. Fleur linn, very med-
iuie irnue uemanil ;
"Hi "j , Miiru, ue
de 24 45ftl4 7.1 t.innv
.l f !'.r.r K1. .........I !..... .11..... M7- n . .
.... t - m- .?....;. ..ru...i ..i..ii vjuif 1 Mfiij uii:eneiee
de at fsiegi; 73; ssipcrtine western J3 10g3 8J;
coiitmen te geed extra de $100jJ47j; choice
de U gj'.jc 7.-. ; choice white wheat de $3 00
(tr m ; Seul here quiet and steady ; common te
fair extia f I 7-"S3 ; geed te choice 1I0 $. 30
Wheat JiQIc better and fairly active; Ne.
I white. Jan. 1 151 1CJ;Ne. 2 Red, Jan
51 IS ; de Fell., $1 19S01 1!?).
Cern a shade better und quiet ; Mlxe-i west
ern ft. MSZliaWie; leiiitureat.VS357?c.
Oats stronger, quiet; State 4!317)c; West
ern 433 J3e.
15 aed. 17 NORTH
lanc.m-ii:r, : a.
-i-ww ...... j .. ihwi tu aiiuuu iiiv AUI
the rasldenca or his son-in-law, D.
Ne.530 North Lime strest, en Sunil
l'n:LAi.icf.i'iii., Dec. 31. Fleur neglected but
nuchniiged; iiiiertini: f.l CO33 50: extra
i-SLiHi i; Ohie m;.! Indiana family VB0i$
C0C; Penn'a tainilv S 0035 37 : SI. Loul?
tatnily j.75f(;t.": Mlniieseta extra $50035 75;
straight, a l7u2."i; patent anil high grades
Rye Heur, $3 00.
Wheat fairly active, buthiphcr; Ne 2, West
ern Red l ir,y, ; Dui.und Penn'a. Reil and Am
ber $! ISTjl VM.
Cern dull, bat steady for local use : steamer
ajjGeie; yenew, vsyu ; mixed. Sic.
Cvcry aitcrnoen und ccni.ig until fhcateclc
la all sold.
RRACELETS, CHAINS. NECKLACES,
JEW EI.RY. PLATED WARE. UNITES,
FORKS AND SPOONS, selling and
will be sold POSITIVELY with
The Fixtures toliese!i Int. tht clexe of sale,
X Inland City Ledge, Ne. 83, K. of P., will
take action en amendments te the By-Laws at
the regular meeting THIS EVENING. The
mcuibcrsara requested te attend.
It J m: EMI AH RIFE, K. R. &. S.
"j lELIOIOCS. SATOItDAT NEXT ItKING
JLV the Feast of the Circumcision, a riithnll
1:1 V nrnllltfr..tl.ft will I.A m.1u1ik...i f. .....
Widmyer & Ricksecker's.
A Large Variety of
FOLDING CHAIRS, FOLDING ROCKERS,
MILTON BODY AXD
TArZHTH V BR US8ET.fl.
PINE EBONY OABINET3,
Perforated and Satan I?eckers.
iaisenlet. bnt Jlrm: Ne. 1
Ne. 2 th 46: Ne. 3 de 45ttJ4
Rye steady at 02c.
Previsions market and prices flnarr;
racs, perk old $12 7513 00; new, $11 2514 73 ;
beet linns SI03O(il7 50; Indian m.'sa beef
$19 00, f. e. b.; Racnu smoked shoulders 5lgi
5Xc; salt de 4-3c; amekeil hams 9K'
lee; pickled huiite 820c. 2
Lardflrmcr; city kettle Mic: !oes itutcii-
cr' S3c ; prime steam $9 00.
lliitter market dull and nrlen invu.r
te sell ; Creamery extra at 33334c ; de
geed te choice 30332c; Ilrad ford county and
New Yerk extra, tubs, Z7Q28C ; de firkins.
21S2'!c; Western reserve extra 22210 ; de
geed te choice 18521c; Rolls dull and lower;
Penn'a Eslra 19322a ; Western Reserve 'extra
hgg-i scarce, and wanted ; Penn'a at 40342c ;
Wswierr, Jresh, 3S4'Jc.
Cheese dull but steady; ;New Yerk full
cream at lftjc ; Western full cream at 12Jic
de fair te geed at llai2c; de li-ilf skiin skiin
ilc;Padellc. Petroleum market easier; renncd at
'Vhisky at $1 13.
Seed; Geed te prime olevcr dull VAaVA
Flaxseed nominal at $1 35QI 30.
1, 1831. -
Stere will be Fer I.'uut IVnin APRIL
FOOT-RESTS, 1J00T-BO5 V.S
AND TABLE OKAIRS,
PARLOR SUITS, CHAMBER SUITS. DIN
ING ROOM FURNITURE.
S. E. COB. EAST KINS AND DUKE ST,
ni., vesper at 3 j. m.
Ns-.v Yeek Stocks.
i:i02td I ecKMimi
ErieR. R i
Michigan . L. S...
Michigan Cent. R. It
Chicago & N. W.
Chicago. M.& St. P. 118
Han. ft St. J. Cem 45 48jZ
" P'fd....l035 103K
Teledo & Wabash.... 4 44
Ohie & Mississippi.... S8
St. Leuis, I. M. 3.R.. 54
Ontario and Western. 30J
C. C. & I. C. R. R.
.New Jersey Central.. H4
He!. & Hudsen Canal. QlfZ
Pel.. ijicU., Wcstcnil( 109K
Western Union Tel... SI 8l'A
Paciiic Mail S. S. Ce.. 5i 5WA
American U. Tel. Ce
Union Pacific 112' 111
. x. a. m . r. x. r. m. r. m.
11.00 11:50 2:29 ;2:49 Z:M
Xj - ....
the Cheapc-d. .Simplest and Pest in the Mark.:!.
Made el Walnut. Meulding three :!iid four
inchea wide, and New Patterns. '.Veil; re them
thirteen different ways, ami very low i.i r.ricc.
FINE EIIOXV AND WALNUT
with Rra3 Rlng. Enls and Hrarskets. All
walnntand Aih Pelea complete.
Plain Window Shades.
All Celers and Widths. Hollands. Paper Cur
tains, Fixtm la. Fringe-", Cords, TtiMuiir, Loep-..
Picture Nails, Tassel Heeks, fte.
Opening almost dally New Styles of
FOR TIIE COMING SPRING.
PHARES W. FRY.
Ne. 57 NORTH QUEEN
EITATEOF JEKEM1 All UAUSIAN LATH
Ot Lancaster city, deceased. The nmler
Rlgaed Auditor, appointed te distribute the
balance remaining in the hands of Maria Ruu
man and Wm. II. ICex, ext:cuters, te and
among thec legally entitled te ttic sum?, wilt
sit ter that purpose en THURSDAY. JANU
ARY 20, 1MI, at 2 o'clock p. in., in the Library
Roem efthe Court II use. in tin; cliy et Lan
caster, where all pcreeu? iuti re-sil in -aid dis dis
tribntleii iiinv nttcRd. 'A . L V 'f A '-.
KuiiMis & Texas.