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LANCASTER D4ILY 1KTELL1GMCM. MUBSDAIf NOtEMBM 18, 1880
Pennsylvania railroad company at Newark,
awl is a fjcntleman of sterling, worth and
character, and the bride is known and es
teemed hy a wide circle of friends and ac
quaintances hereabouts, and will carry into
her r.cw estate the best wishes of the
many who have met her in the home cir
cle and in society. Many elegant and sub
stantial tributes of regard were presented.
The bride and groom left this afternoon at
2:33 en their wedding trip, which will in
clude a number of points Seuth.
Wedding at St. Authony's.
At St. Antheny's church, this morning
at 8 o'clock, Mr. August Steinwandle and
Miss Maggie' Morningstar, of this city,
were united in the holy bends of matn matn
inenv. The bride, becomingly- attired in
white, was a picture of beauty. Many
friends ami acquaintances were present,
and the wedding ceremony included a
iriand Jjiirii mas. celebrated by Rev.
Father Kaul, the pastor ; Miss Strobel
performed the wedding march, and at the
conclusion of the ceremony the happy
couple received the congratulations of
host of fiiends.
At the residence of Andrew Cogley, 234
Xerth Quc;nsti02t.last evening, Mr. Daw Daw
eon D.Michacl, of this city, was married te
Miss Mary Cogley, in the presence of a
large and brilliant company. The cere
mony was performed by llcv. J. A.Peters.
The gifts were numerous and elegant and
the eiileitainincnt hospitable.
OCR REGCLAK COKItESPONDENCE
Ycsiculav Mrs. Themas Swingler at
tained her "forty-sixth birthday and the
Citizens' baud, determining te commem
orate the event, called upon and serenaded
the lady last evening at her residence, en
Perry street above Second. The members
of the band were invited in and refresh
incuts served thcin.
The Ladies' Aid secictv of Ike M. !".
church held a sociable last evening in the
church parlors, which was largely attend
ed. A litcrar) and musical pregramme
was gene tlu...igl. with, when refresh
ments were scivcd through the liberality
of Mrs. len. Wi.i. Patten and Mrs. II. P.
Ihuner. The lccunls of the evening
amounted te ab.ul ; !'). The evening was
very pleasantly :.pai:i.
Workmen arc employed this morning in
finishing the maci.d.imizing of Locust
ttrcct from Fifth te Seventh. The macad
amizing proper took place a month or two
age, and the final touches are new being
By reason e the death al 4:30 o'clock
this'inerning of Charles Fcndrich, of Balti
more. Md.,'a bretiicr of Jehn Fcndrich,
of this place, the sleie and cigar manu
facturing establishment of the latter,
situated at Frent and Locust streets, aie
."le.Md te-day. Prier te tiii-. death there
were live Fcndrich brothers, all engaged
in the tobacco business and connected
v. :th one another te a greater or less ex
tent, but this irrepir.iblc interruption will
lower the number- by one and will cause
inlinite son ev le the ethers. The deith
i ivp.iled te have bacn rather sudden
:inl the news of it l cached Columbia at
even o'clock thi morning.
The Mite society of the K. K. I.ullieran
hurch met laM, evening in the church lec
ture room and adjourned te meet in the
same place en ".Monday evening next te
complete the final arrangements for the
festival for the benefit of the church te be
given in Company II armory en Thanks
irivinjr eveninjr and Friday and Saturday
evenings following. The church people j
auticipnle a .success-fill run in their fes- ,
Te-uighl, in th.- .iriiieiy, Pi of. T. J. J
McUuiie, f Lancaster, will give the first i
lesion in dancing te class X. 2, recently i
furmcd here. ,
' BInfr' Iliukle. with his seli Tem, and
.lehn Wcstcrinan leturned yesterday from t
agunnin;; nip of a couple of days in Yerk '
count v, with feily parti idges and fiitccu
rabbits. Game is scarce. Mi ft". Wright j
and .Nat. White, also icturncd yesterday
from a hunt, and Goeigc Smith, a P. 11. It. J
engineer, left here te-day te try his luck
with the shot gun. The ends arc net worth
the trials given.
Three or four rafts which laid here ever
..:!.. iv l nr ,. !,. l.A,.,.e,i!n.ii i
IIIIIIL, JUL uuiu .lb .til tain jtjifc iiiwiHutit- i
inir, and a large number from up the river j
passed through between daylight and
neon. These aic-a portion of the expected
The "Electric Lights"' as rendered in
the opera house last evening was an erdi- :
nary peifennanep, but giceted by a slim1
Tin; lobacce growers about here arc new j
buy in slipping the weed and in getting I
it into condition te be sold. The day en ,
which the first purchase will lie made is
naX a gicat way eh.
Jehn Madden lias just finished the erec
tion of a store building en Walnut street
below .sixth and has taken possession.
A number of Columbians went te Lan
caster last evening te take in Fanny
Davenport. They were highly pleased.
Daniel Dctwilcr's new dwelling house
at Fourth and Chestnut streets is very
nearly finished and it will be occupied
The lectin cs en "Pilgrim's Progiess" by
Kev. F. W. Staleyef the E. E. Luther
an church, have been postponed for a
couple of weeks.
The AVeikcr's society of the Reformed
church will eive their musical and literary
entertainment this evening. Refreshments
will be served and a pleasant time is antic
ipated. S. C. Swartz has new gel his new house
entirely under reef.
The weather is cloudy : it leeks like rain.
The Firemen's Union of Rcading.eu Mon
day eveninsr, the Mlb, held a meeting te
make arrangements for the convention
composed of delegates from all velunteei
liie companies in the state cast of the Al
leghenie.), te be held in that city en Decern -bcrlCth.
The meeting is expected te be
a large one, and the visiting firemen will
be cntcrtaincd;by the Fhcmen'sUnien.Tbc
convention will probably be held in the
41 rami opera house, and the idea is te form
:i state association of volunteer firemen.
While the meeting will be public, none but
delegatcr. will be allowed te vote. On the
night of the 17th a ball will be given for
the visiting firemen. The Lancaster com
panies will be lcpicscntcd by one delegate
each en this occasion, the Empire having
already designated A.'S. Edw.ir.iS te rcp-lC-cnt
St. AtillienyV Kalr.
The attendance at Grant hall was again
larj;e la.' t evening. A number of articles
nfnegieat value were chanced etT. Bol Bel
linger, the Lititz confectioner, has pre
sented te Mrs. Scner's table a splendid
iced pound cake. The fair was open this
afternoon, and a chicken supper is an
nounced for te-night.
Steve iirowiijcelored, charged with steal
ing a suit, of clethiug from Geerge Burten,
porter at the Grape hotel, and taking them
te Schum's dying-house te have them dis
guised by dyeing them another color, had
a hearing before Alderman Spurrier last
evening, and iu default of bail was commit
ted te jail te answer at epurt.
floating the New Scheel Houses.
The. contract for heating the new school
heu ses. new builiiTng en James and Lemen
streets, has been awarded te Flinn &
Brcn eman, the durability of the apparatus
and its satisfactory working for fifteen
year s te be guaranteed.
The Lancaster Lyceum will be reorganized
this evening at 8 o'clock in Y. M. C. A.
Maude Granger. Tills gifted artist will ap
pear at Fulton opera house en Saturday even
ing in the play or "Twe Nights in Berne,"
written for her by A. C. Gnnter, and de
scribed by a no less credible authority than
the Washington Republic as "a thriUUg melo
drama or the new American school, bold In
conception and strong in construction, the
leading parts being lull and round and afford
ing scope for superior dramatic talent." The
same critic pays a high culeglum te Miss
Granger's exceptionally admirable rendition
of the leading part and says she is supported
by a company of uncommon strength.
The "Electric Lights." Tn evening W. J
Thompson's variety and dramatic company
will appear in the opera house. They will pre
sent the drama et Fer a Life." in which the
principal cliaracter is assumed by Geerge V.
Thompson, who will introduce his two trained
deg?. The list of the variety people includes
some of the best stars in the profession. Thev
are headed by T. M. Henglcr, formerly of Del
ehanty and llengler.whe were among the best
song 'and dance men in lha profession. Mr.
Delelianty died some time age.and his partner
new travels alone. The Suydam brothers arc
wonderful bar performer-, while Landis and
Steele probably have no equals as skater.
Frank White, Carrie White and a number of
ethers are member et the troupe.
Counterfeiters are ever en the alert te find
ircsh fields te work, but they never imitate a
worthless article. Prof. Gulltnctte's French
Kidney Pad was brought out about ten years
age.and sines then a host of chaps without
kill or conscience have sought te imitate it
by many worthless affairs ; but a discrimina
ting public will held " fast te that which is
geed," and the Guilmette Pad mere than held
its own. It cures all kidney diseases and suc
ceeds where medicine often fulls. Ask your
druggist if lids is net se. F
3-The cause for the happiness el that man
across the way is that he went te WILLIAM
SON & FOSTER, 3G East King street, Lancas
ter, the ether day, und purchased one of their
ne Reversible Overcoats, which they arc sell
ing at prices ranging from $15 te $20. He gives
you geed advice when he tells you te go and
sen thnni. nevlO-tfd
Vanderblll was neatly shaved yesterday with
Cntlciira Medicinal Seap.
Despair net, neither man nor maid,
Although your mouth has sufi'ercrt ill.
Although your teeth are halt decayed,
Yeu can still save them, it yen will.
A little SOZODONT be sure
Will make all balmy, bright and pure.
Fuiuiucss bolere eating, patn and diitwss
afterward, prevented by Malt Bitters.
It Is impossible ler a woman after a faithful
course et treatment with Lyrtia E. PinkluiinS
Vegetable. Compound te continue te .-.titer
-.villi a weakness et the uterus Lncle-.e a
stamp te Mrs. Lydia E. Plukhaui, 2: WcHlcrn
avenue, Lynn, Mass., ter pamphlets.
Mr. Bewvn, el Gun Luke, Mich., says: "The
people here cannot de without "Sellers' Liver
Pills." Try them.
Tm: scientific combination of the purest
drugs renders Dr. Browning's medicines el
the 11 nest flavor, and are readily taken by old
or young. Children especially are net easily
induced te take any kind of medicine, hut Dr.
r.rewning's C. & C. Cordial, for Coughs, Colds,
Whooping Cough, etc., is e palatable that they
are eager ler the time te come when they may
have mere. Sold by all druggists at SM cent
per bottle. W. Champien Browning, M. 1)..
Propiluter, 1117 Arch Street. Philadelphia.
Malarial Fevers, constipation, torpidity el
I he liver and kidneys, general debility, nerv nerv
eiHiie.ss and neuralgic aliments yicid readily
te this great disease conqueror. Hep Bitters.
it repairs the ravages of dlsoaHe by convert
ing the loed into lieh bleed, and it gives new
lite and vigor te the aged anil infirm always.
-Vi- "Proverbs" in oilier column.
ii 15 2wd.1w.
Metlicrn! Mether:! .Mether:!!
Aioyeu;dlsturbcd at night and broken el
your rest by a hiek child sull'eiing and crying
with 1 he excruciating pain et cutting teeth?
". Keat once andgetabottleefMBh, w i.Vfe-
" sswim.Mtffiftur. li win relieve iiiu
peer little sutlerer Immediately depend upon
11 ; t here Is no mistake about it. There is net it
mother en earth who has ever used it, who will
net tell you at ence that it will regulate the
bowels, and give rest te the mother, and relief
and health te the child, operating like magic.
It i perfectly safe te use in all cases, and pleas
ant te the (a-te, and is the prescription et one
et the eldest and best fenwle physicians and
nur-cs in the United States. Sold everywhere
Si cents a bottle. H17-lvdAwM.W4S
I Scrofula et thirty years' standing has bceii
cured by " Dr. Linrtsey's Bleed Searcher."
I Sold by all druggists.
j Speer'M Irt Urape Wine.
j This article of American Wine is highly
i esteemed by the bc-d physicians in this ceun
try. The following is a testimonial we saw
from the New Yerk Hospital. We publish it
for the information et our readers:
Kew Yerk, Nev. 14.
1 am using Spcer's Tort Grape Wineand find
! it te be an excellent tonic and gentle stimu
lant, and as such I believe, it prclcrable te the
commercial Pert, and all ether wines, as it pos pes
hc8.cs their tonic properties without the dele dele
terieus cflect caused by their impurities. It is
also ver3' palatable, and this is a recommenda
tion te many, especially females.
8. S. HAitnis, M. D., N. Y. Hospital.
This is an excellent article ler family use,
and for females, and is endorsed by Drs. Atlee
I and Davis, and for sale by II. E. Slaymaker.
" y?eltu, Bronchial Troches'' are used with
advantage te alleviate Coughs, Sere Threat,
Hoarseness and Bronchial Affections. Per
thirty yearn these Tiechcs have been in use,
Willi annually increasing favor. They are net
new and untried, but, having been tested by
wide and constant use for nearly an entire
generation, they have attained well-merited
rank among the few staple remedies of the nge.
"Jlfuivn's Jirenchial Trechc." act directly
en flic organs of the voice. Tl.eyhave an ex
traordinary effect inall disorders of the Threat
and Larynx, restoring a healthy tone when re
laxed, cither from cold or ever-exertion of the
voice, and produce a clearand distinct enunci
ation. .Speaker and Singers Und the Troches
A Cough, Cohl, Catarrh ei Sere Threat re
quires immediate attention, as neglect often
times results in betne incurable Lung Disease.
Breu-n's Jirenchial Troches" will almost in
variably give relief. Imitations are offered for
sale, many et which are injurious. The genu
ine "Broien's Bronchial Troches" are sold
eniy in bore. ,anl.Vlyd&wTtt,Th4S
Lajjuis Haumsii. On the Kith or November,
190, bv the Eev. W. T. Gerhard, at SchletlV
Prank'lin Iieum- Daniel H. Landis, or East
Hempflehl, teMi-s Leah B. Burnish, of West
Mi'mma Brcbakkk. On Hie ICth of Novem
ber, ISSO. by the Bev. W. T. Gerhard, at his res
idence. Ne. 31 East Orange street, Samuel N.
Muinnia, of East Denegal, te Miss Lizzie II.
Bmbaker, of Lititz.
Lasdis Brcbakeb. On the ICth el Novem
ber, 18S, by the Bev. W. T. Gerhard, at Smith
A- Budy's Leepard hotel. Aaren B. Linrtis. of
East Lampeter, te Miss Emma L. Brubaker, et
HektzlkuMillku. On thelCth of November,
1SS0, by the Bev. W.T. Gerh.irrt, at hia resi
dence. Ne. 31 East Orange street, Harry B.
Hertzler, of East Hemptield, te Miss Adaliec
Miller, et Landlsville.
Michael Coeusv. November 17. 18), at Hie
residence of the bride, by the Kev. J. A. Peters,
Dawsen D. Michael te Miss Mary E. Cogley,
both et this city.
DitACiinAn. In this city, en the 17th insl.,
Henry Drachbar, sr., in theCath yearet his age.
Netice et funeral hereafter.
DrFFEJfDEuFFEn. On Tuesday, November
Iti. at New Helland, Mary Esterle Differ.
derffer, In the 81 year ei her age.
Funeral from her late residence en Friday
m ern in g, at 10 o'clock.;
BIVATE SALE OF HORSES.
On MONDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 16S0, will
be sold at private sale, at the Mcrrimac house,
North Prince street, 3J Heart of Canada hones.
Hl8-3td GEO. GliOSSMAN.
TURTLE SOUP LUNCH TO-NIGHT
at 8 o'clock, also Barbey's Celebrated Beer at
SAUEK KRAUT SET-OCT
xt JOHN A. SNYDER'S,
ltd Ne. 115 North Queen street.
GRAND CHICKEN SUPPER AT
ST. ANTHONY'S FAIR,
Grant nail, this evening at 8 o'clock, supper
25 cents. ltd
At Cooper's Hetel en NOVEMBER 27,
1830, of that llrst class B1UCK DWELLING
with all the modern conveniences and in ex
cellent condition, situate at Ne. 112 Seuth
Prince street. Geed reasons for selling.
Sale te commence at 7 o'clock p. in.
BAUSMAN & BURNS,
Sau'l Hess & Sex, Real Estate Ascnts.
Auctioneers. ' nlD-t-eeiltt
MONDAY, KOVBMB3R 22.
MR. JOHN D.MISIILER guarantees a ntat
elass entertainment in the production of Lai t
ley Campbell's highly successful and brilliant
ly humorous Comedy in 4 acts,
BY A SL'PKIIIOR COMPANY.
ACT I. On the Beach at Leng Branch.
ACT II. Drawing Roem at Cel. Playford's.
ACT III. Breakfast Roem at Dici: fceabi ight'rf.
ACT IV. At Cel. Playford's.
Diagram at Yccker'r Oilice.
, .i.i .
TOVELTIES IN SCARF I'lX.-s.
THE "BERNHARDT" GREYHOUND PIN
ILMIKKSii liMS AMI IMMDKKn,
B. J. ERISMAN'S,
.in .veaiii el'kex sxjtr.E'i.
Ten-roomed, two-story ami Mau--nrd root,
Green Stene Frent Dwellings,
Nth. liaid I".: We-. I Orange JMrerL
With all the be.-l
ncluding.lcuning's improved Londen v. :il.-v-closets,
marble-top wasii-ilaml, improved wnll-cd-in
range, cellar heater, perfect drainage anil
sewemge, ilcep, dry celltu. liil- mat lib ba-e
and steps, &c, &c. Let ii by -jm feet te :i l-!-icrl
wide alley, front yard 2) feet in depth, inclesed
with nrniitncntariren lenee.
Fer terms A.c.,upplv te
aug-.M-W.tStf".i Ne 0 Reulli Duke St.
or vAi.PAitLi: l'isei-
On TUESDAY, XOVEMBEB 2", 1S, the un
dersigned will eU'erut public s-ale, the valu
able property. Ne. SS.1 East Orange slieet, L:m
caster, belonging te the lieiis et Jacob Mauf
fer, deceased, consisting et a let of ground,
fronting 27 feet, fi inches en Orange .street, and
extending in depth 21.1 feet te Maiieu street, a
14 feet nublie nllev. en which i- erected a t; e-
I story brick dwelling house en Orange .street,
I with wide hall, parlor, dining room, kitchen
anu Sleeping ap.trur.ein-. wim ua-. ami wan r.
On Marien street are erected two new two
story brick tenant heu-.es, with --late loot, and
also a two-story otene tenant !iOii-e en the let.
iilways eligible ler geed tenant-.
Pe esien and title April 1. 1HI.
Persons wishing te view the pieperiy can
de se en the day of ale by calling oil the
Sale at Leepard hotel, la-t King -f reel, at 7
1). m when conditions el -ale will be made
IIKIKS OP JACOB J-TAl" I'FEU, dceM.
Hemiv Hiirnr.nr, Anet. nevi.i,iiV--,2
On SATURDAY. XOVEMBEB 27, I'M,
will be sold nt public sale en the premises, -e.
3fi0 Seuth Queen street. Lancaster city, the lot let
lowing described real etatc and per-enal
property, late et Jane Kwiug, ilec'd, te m it :
A one-story Brick Dwelling Heuse and Let
or Piece of Ground thcicunte belonging. Mtu Mtu Mtu
ntcdXo.eC), en the west side of Seuth (jm en
street, Lancaster city. The house is in excel
lent order anil the location de-irableler a pri
vate .residence or business. There i- aKe a
back building and summer house. Thv let
fronts en Seuth Queen stieet "2 U et2;i inelie.-,
and is 120 feet deep.
This property will positively be sold. Pos
session given immediately. P tiichu.se money
payable April 1, 1881, provided that purchaser
give approved security.
Sale te commence at lo'clec'cp. m.
MABTIX B. EWIXG.
HETTIE AXX AYLOB,
Heirs of Jane Ewing, dceeaseii.
IlESi:vSut'r.Ei:T, Anet. " nS-eedts
On TUESDAY, NOVEM UKi: :!,), IS:M, v. ill
be sold by public vendue, by the undersigned,
executers et the late Daniel Lefever (tanner),
deceased, at his lute residence, in the village
et Qnarrvville, Drumore town-hip, Lancaster
county. Pa., the following Valuable l.'eal Es
tate, viz :
Ne. 1. A Valuable Farm containing 10.)
ACBES. mere or less, adjoining property et C.
M. Hess, Gee. W. Hensel, esq., Gee. Aliment,
Dr. II. E. Bauli and ethers, en which are erect
ed a geed two-story Stene DWELLING
HOUSE, with Kitchen attached, barn, wagon
shed, with corn crib attached, hog. pen. smoke
house, ice hen-c, new tobacco barn, with cel
lar underneath. There is a double two-story
Frame Heuse in the yaid of the mansion, suit
able for two families. Alse, two ether Tenant
Houses en said farm. Alse, a Pi es Heuse,
used as a Tobacco Heuse, and all necc-sary
outbuildings ; a well of water and cistern at
the house, a well et water with the latest im
proved wind attachment at the b-irn; there is
a fine orchard of all kinds of Irtiit trees, and a
great number of locust trees en the above de
scribed property. The buildings are nearly
all covered with slate. The above is geed
limestone land, all under geed fences.
Xe. 2. A Valnable Limestone Quarry Farm,
known as the "Ark Property," iu the village
of Quarryville, fronting en the west side of
the railroad, containing i At l!ES, mere or
less, en which are erected a three story fctene
Dwelling Heuse and B.trn. There are ul-e
Lime Kilns ami Quarries en the above premi
ses, where a large Lime Bu-ine.-s has been
done ler many years. The farm part is well
fenced. A spring of Water at shedwclliifg
and ether improvements ; adjoins property et
Jacob Keen and ethers.
Xe. 3. A Tract of Land situated in Drumore
township. Lancaster county. Pa., containing
201 ACBES, mere or less, en which aie erected
a geed two-story Stene DWELLING HuCSE,
with kitchen attached, bam, new wagon shed,
with corn cribs attached, ami floored above,
a large Tobacco Shed, with cellar underneath,
hog pen. smoke house, spring house, large
cistern; there is also running water en the
premises, and (inelegant orchnrdet Irtiittrees.
About thirtyacrcset theabnve is covered with
geed timber and sprouts. Adjoins property
of Mary A. Bevd, EvansGiegg, Israel Tennis
anil ethers. The above farm lias been heavily
limed within the last live years, ami is in a
high state of cultivation and very productive.
The buildings are nearlv all covered wit li slate.
All of the above properties are cenveuiint
te mills, stores, schools, shops ami place- of
public worship. Xes. 1 and 'i are situated in
and near the village of Quarryville, where
limestone is abundant and the Lancaster &
Quarryville railroad terminates. Ne.:t isaheut
six miles from sa it I village, and is about two
and one-half miles distant lrem several sta
tions en the, Columbia & Pert Deposit railroad
one of the finest in the state where passen
gers have every accommodation for travel,
being only about a two hours' ride te Lancas
ter ctty by way of Columbia.
Any person wishing te view the above prop
erties before the day of sale, will please call en
either of the undersigned executers, residing
near bv Nes. 1 and 2, anil en Jacob Binccr, re
siding en Ne. 3. Geed titles will be given en
April 1, 1881.
Fer the accommodation of pui chasers, the
undersigned have agreed te have the sale te
take place at precisely halt-past 12 o'clock in.,
se that anyone wishing te attend the sale en
the railroad can de se. Train leaves Lancas
ter, King street, at 10.13 sharp: returning,
leaves Quarryvtlleathulf-pa-t2o'cleck. Terms
and conditions will be made known by
C. M. II ESS,
D. D. HESS,
Executers of the Eestateef Daniel Lefever
i Farmer), Deceased.
I. F. Kewe Auet. nl0-3tw
We are receiving some very beautiful New Goods for our CHRIST
We have just opened the handsomest let Of Bronze and Marble Clocks
and Mantle Sets ever seen in this city. They are fitted with Fiue French
Movements, run two weeks, and strike hours and half-hours en fine-toned
Cathedral Bells. The prices of these Clocks will be from fifteen dollars up
wards. We receive at the same time a large invoice of Lemaire's Opera
Glasses and Field Glasses. These are in great variety of styles, including some
entirely new styles just out.
Our Christmas Stock will be the largest and finest ever brought te this
city, and we hope te be able te fill any want for goods in our line from the
Cheapest te the Finest.
H. Z. RHOADS & BRO., Jewelers,
Ne. 4 West King Street.
SATS HIM PAD!
A NEW DISCOVERY.
That acts dlrectlv en the Kldnevs. IBladdcr
anrt Urinary Organs, by abserbing'all humors.
every trace ei insc.ise, ami iercing mietne
system powerful and healthful vegetable
Tonics, giving it wonderful power te cure
PAIN IX THE BACK. Side ami Leins, Inflam
inntien and Bright's Disease et the KIdncvs,
Gravel, Dropsy, Diabetes. Stene in the Mad
der, Inability te ltctain or Expel the Urine,
High Colored. Scanty or Paintul Urinating,
Deposits, Shieds or Casts in the Urine,
NLKVOU.S AND PHYSICAL DEBILITY,
and in fact any disease of these great organs.
It aveidsentirely the troubles and dangers et
taking nam-cens and poisonous medicines. It
Is comfortable, safe, pleasant and reliable in
its effects, yet prwcrful in it-! action. It can
be worn at all -eaeiis. in an v climate, and is
equally geed for MAN, WOMAN OH CHILD.
Ask your druzstist fill-it and accept no imi imi
latien or substitute, or send te us and receive
it by let mil mail.
Eegalar Pad, $2; Secial Pad, for Chronic,
rteep-scnted, or cises et long standing, j:;;
Children's Pad, prevention and cure of -Rum
mer complaint, weak kidneys ami bed wet
Day Kidney Pad Company,
E A -.TEEN AGENCY,
ULUiLES X. CKITTENT0N,
11 .1 Pulton St., New Yerk.
OVEli A MILLION OF
Freili Kiiney Fads
Ha e already been sold in this country ami in
Fiance : every one of which lias given perfect
satisfaction, and lias performed cnriw every
time when ;:-eil according te directions. We
new -ay te the atllietc i and doubting ones
that we"wlt pay the above reward ter a single
li.sl the Pad fails te enie. This Great Bemedy
will Positively and Peiinaiiently euro Lum Lum
b.ige. Lame Back, Sciatica, Gravel, Diabetes,
Dropsy, Bright Dieasu of the Kidneys, In-cnniufcnt-u
and Retention et the Urine, In In
Ilaui'iiatien of the Kidneys, Catarrh et the
Bladder. High Colored Urine, Pain In the
I'.ick. hide or Leins, Xerveus Weakness, and
in fact alldisoideiset the Bladdcranil Urinary
Digitus whether ceniiaeti.il by private disease
LADIES if you are suffering from Female
Weakness. Leueerrhre.i, or any disease et the
Ei'lneys, Bladder, or Urinary Organs,
YOU CAN BE CUBED I
Without swallowing nauseous- medicine, by
FRENCH KIDNEY PAD,
WHICH CUKES BV ABSOKPTION.
Ask veiirdrnggisl Ter PUOF. GUILMETTE'S
FRENCH KIDNEY PAD, and take no ether.
It he hus net get it, send $2 and you will re
ceive the Pad by return mall. Fer sale by
JAMES A. ME1EBS,
Odd Fellows' Hall, Columbia, Pa.
Sold only bv GEO. V HULL,
Druggist, l.i Y. King St., Lancaster, Pit.
Mrs. Lydia E. Pinkham,
OF LYNN, MASS.,
Het YogetaJjfa Compound the Savier
of Her Sex.
Health, Hepo and Happiness
stored by the use of
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
The Positive Cura Fcr
All Female Complaints.
This pieparatlen, as its name signifies, con
sists et Vegetable Properties that are harmless
tot lie most ilelicate invalid. Upen one trial
the merit --of this com pound will be recognized,
as relief is iiuiuedi'ite; and when its use is con
tinued, in ninetv-uine cues in a hundred, a
permanent cure fs ell'ected, as thousands will
te-tity. n account of Its proven merits, it Is
te-day recommended and prescribed by the
best piiVhicians in the country.
It will cure entirely the worst form of falling
of Hie utcm-, LciieeriluBsi, Irregiilarand pain
tul Menstruation, all Ovarian Troubles, In-Jla-.iiniatieu
and Ulceration, Floedings, all Dis Dis
pliKumenfe and the consequent spinal weak
ness, and h especially adapted te the Change
In tact it lias proved te be the greatest and
best remedy that has ever been discovered. 11
permeates even portion of the system, and
aives new lite and vigor. It removes faintness,
flatulency, destroys till craving for stimulants,
and relieves weakness of the stomach.
It cures ISleating. Headaches, Nervous Pros
tration, Geneial Debility. Sleeplessness, De
pression and indigestion. That leelingef bear
ing deVn, causing pain, weight and backache,
is always peimancntly cured by its use. It
will at all times, and under all circumstances,
act in harmony with the law that governs the
Fer Kidney cemptaints of eiliM.-r se this
Compound is unsurpassed.
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
is; prepared at i.-..-; and 235 Western Avenue,
Lynn, Mas-. Price $1. Six bottles ter $5. Sent
by mail in the form et pills, also in the form of
lozenges, en receipt et price, $1 per box, for
cither. Mrs. PINKHAM lrccly answers all let
ters of inquiry. Send ler pamphlet. Address
as above. Mention this paper.
Ne family should be without LYDIA E.
PINKHAM'S LIVER PILLS. They care Con
stipation, iiilieusiiess and Torpidity of the
Liver. 25 cents per box.
Johnsten, Holleway & Ce.,
ticucrul Agents, Philadelphia.
Fer sale by C. A. Loeher, 9 East King street
and Gee. W. Hull, IS West King slieet.
JA My wife, Catharine Scheenberger, having
lelL mv bed and beard without just cause, this
i- te give notice that I will pay no debts con
tracted by her. JOHN SCUOENIIERUER.
GKANI FA1K AND FESTIVAL AT THE
First Baptist Church, East Chestnut
street, commencing TnUBSDAV, NOVEM
BER 13, and open every night until the 27th
inst. Admission 10 cents. Season Tickets 25
ULION OPKKA HOUSE.
two nights Only.
NOVEMBER 18th and 19th.
W. .1. THOMPSON'S C.alavy of Dramatic and
A Colossal Aggregation et Attractions.
Sce bills for list et people.
Diagram open Nevumber 13.
& ."O eta.
P"Ul.TON OPERA HOUSE.
SATURDAY, A'OVEMBER 20, 18S0.
MR. JOHN D. MISHLER has the honor et
presenting the distinguished artiste
in her great New Yerk Succc-, and through
out the country, this season,
Twe ffidits in Reme,"
by A. COUNTER. It will lie produced with
every attention te detail by a very Streng
PBICES: Gallery 33c , Admission 50c.
Parquet 75c, Reserved i:eats Sl.OO. at
Vcckcr's. . nevlU-Std
HEAIIOITAKTERS IfOIt PUKE CONPKC
TlONS FOR THE HOLIDAYS AT
JOSEPH R. ROYER'S,
50 AXD 52 WEST KING ST.
1 can new- offer te the trade and public a
large 6teck et Pure Confections et every
description, at the very lowest market rates.
FRUITS, XUT.S Ac. and a LARGE STOCK
OP TOYS of the NEWEST DESIGNS. Large
and small Cakes baked daily. Ice Cream at
WEDDINGS AND PARTIES SERVED AT
MAIL ORDERS promptly attended te at the
Hiune rate as if the person ordering were
present in person. Call and sec my stock.
CSrltcmcmbcr the place
50 AND 52 WEST KING STREET.
::13-3md JOS. It. EOYER.
fuusii:i;h anu machinists.
J BOILER 3LVKUFACT011Y,
SHOP ON PLUM STREET,
OrrcsiTKini: Locomotive Works.
The subscriber continues te manufacture
BOILERS AND riTEAM ENGINES, .
"Fer Tanning and ether purposes
Sheet-iron H'eik, and
95f Jobbing piemptly attended te.
HUglS-lyd JOHN BEST.
.EVKKYBODY TO ADVKIt-
Tf Use, free et charge, in the I?iTKi,LieBif
CKR. who wants semctlimix te de.
rlNTED. A SITUATION I A A UBY
GoetU or Grecerv store. Applvte
JOHN C. REEcE,
Lampeter, Lancaster county. Pa.
ANT1SD A SITUATION III A YOUNG
man te de anv kindef werkat which he
can make himself useful. Apply at 1S Col
T7STATK OtTaiAKY illULVAN Y, LATlifbF
Jtj the city of Lancaster, dece.iscd. The
undersigned auditor, appointed te distribute
the balance remaining in the hands et Jehn
A. Ceyle, esq., ndniini.stratnr, te and among
thesclegally entitled te the same, will sit for
that purpose en WEDNESDAY, NOVEMI5ER
17, 1880. at 10 o'clock a. in., iu the library room
of the court house, in the city of Lancaster,
wheic all persons Interested in said distribu
tion may attend . W. D. WEAVER.
ESTATE OF JANE KWIXfl, LATE OF
Lancaster city, deceased. Letters of ad
ministration en said estate having been grant
ed te Hie undersigned, all persons indebted
thereto aie requested te make Immediate pay
ment, and these having claims or demands
against the same, will present them vitheut
delay ter settlement te the undersigned, re
siding iu Lancaster, Pa.
J. L. Steismstz, Atl'y. e23 Ctdeaw
INSTATE OF HENItY CU.MIAKEIt, LATE
It of Lancaster city, deceased. Letters ei ad
ministration en saiif estate having been grant
ed te the undersigned, all persons indebted
thcrte arc requested te make immediate pay
ment, and these having claims or demands
against the same, will present them without
delay for settlement te the undersigned, resid
ing in Lancaster cit y.
SARAH E. UL'NDAKEK.
DR. GEO. R. WELCHANSj
tt'M. K. Wilsex, Administrators.
A. C. ItKIXOEIlL,.
"I O TO KING WALT'S Full
X0X0NGAHELA PURE RYE. .
Alse OAKDALE PURE RYE WHISKY, 03 per
cent. Alcohol, anil the lnvigwnitlngTonfe Hair
Liquid, and the
Best Sugars, Coffees, Teas, &c,
All at Ne. 203 WEST KING STREET.
Only Vegetable Compound that
acts directly upon the Liver, and
cures Liver Complaints, Jaun
dice, Biliousness, Malaria, Cos Ces
tiveness, Headache. It assists di
gestion, strengthens the system,
regulates the bowels, purifies the
bleed. A Boek sent "free. Dr.
SANFORD, 162 Broadway,N. Y.
Fer sale by all Drnggl-ts.
THURSDAY EVEN'G, NOV. 18, 1880.
Washington, Nev. 18. Fer the Middle
Atlantic states, falling barometer, lower
temperature, variable winds, shifting te
westerly, partly cloudy weather, with occa
sional rain or snow.
International Recrattm en tbe Thames Lay
cock, Hest, Ucimtr mnd TrtcKatt
Londen, Nev. 18. The international
regatta en the Thames opened te-day with
preliminary trial heats. The weather was
cold and foggy. The first heats were con
tested hy Laycock, Elliett, Hawdon and
Tanger and was wen by Laycock by
thirty yards; Hawdon second, Elliett
third, Tanger did net finish, the pace bc
inv tee het for him.
The second heat was contested by Ress,
Riley, Largar and Fceley. At the start
Ress jumped te the front and at Hammer
smith Bridge had secured a decided lead.
He maintained his advantage te the finish
and wen with ridiculous case. j
The third heat was between Warren
Smith, Hostner, Gibsen and Andersen, and
was easily wen by Hesmcr, with Ander Ander
The fourth heat was greatly impeded
6witi2 te the rain which began te fall and
the heavy fog prevailing. The centcs
tants were Trickett, Nichelson and Clas
per. Trickct wen by three lengths, Nich Nich
olson second. It was rowed en the ebb
COLD WAVE MOVING SOUTH.
Sugar Plantations Greatly Endangered.
Washington, D. C, Nev. The fol!e-,-inj
is a copy of a telegram addressed te the
chief signal eflicer from New Orleans,
Nev. 17 : p. m. " (Jrcat anxiety is felt
about weather telegrams for the sugar
district. Can you predict at once any im
mediate change '.' Yeu have done noble
service. Signed Jas. i Grillin. secretary
sujrar planters' association."
The following reply was immediately
telegraphed. " It is new raining through
out .the West gulf states. There will
probably be a heavy frost in the sugar dis
tricts when the weather clears."
At 1:48 this morning New Orleans
was telegraphed as fellows : " The weather
will probably be clear te-night. Great
damage from frost may be expected. The
temperature at Dedge city at midnight
was 1 degrees below zero, which is 41 de
grees below the mean. The cold wave is
A Solution of Indian Troubles.
Terente, Nev. 18. A dispatch from
Winncpegsays: "News from Fert Walsh
te October 2Sth, states that Sitting Bull
and his braves arc having a successful buf
falo hunt between Milk and Missouri rivers
a short distance south of Weed Mountain,
en the international frontier. Buffalo are
reported piety en Canadian-territory forty
miles cast of Fert Walsh and many herds
have been observed moving in a north
westerly direction from Deer river te
Seuth Saskatchewan. This augurs well
for a successful solution of the Indian
question for another year, as foiling it,
the entire Indian population would be
thrown en the charity of the government
te prevent their starvation."
P. & R. JJONDS.
Authority Granted the Itecclvers.
Philadelphia, Nev. 18. The applica
tion of the receivers of the Philadelphia
& Reading railroad company for per
mission te issue deferred income bends,
was made te" the United States circuit
court at Pittsburgh, this morning, and a
decree was granted by Judge Mclvcnnan
authorizing and empowering them te de
The Asvyrinn Spoken.
Londen, Nev. 18. The steamship As
syrian Monarch, the first of the new Mon
arch line between New Yerk and Londen,
which sailed from Hull October 23th for
New Yerk, has been spoken. She had
lest three blades of her propeller.
Tile Italian Tragedian.
Sal vini arrived this morning by steamer
Canada from Havre.
Tar and Feather.
Mr. Gaidncr, a landlord in Galway coun
ty, was tarred and feathered by a body of
aimed men last niht.
An Act or Itcuevelence.
The iiareness Burdett-Coutts has granted
2,830 te the Ctipe Clear fishermen te en
able them te start operations in the com
Special dispatches from Londen te Paris
papers mention rumors of a secession of
Radical members from Mr. Gladstone's
cabinet te be followed by overtures te Lord
Derby and ether moderate Conservatives.
DANIEL TKOl'TMAVS MUKDEK.
ItumbergerV Alleged Accomplice Arrested.
IfAititis-r.uKC, Pa., Nev. 18. Frank
Rumbcrgcr, the alleged accoftipliccef Henry
Rumberger in the murder of Daniel
Troutman, in this county, was arrcstsd at
Lykens this morning. He is in jail here.
Killed by a Cave-In.
Peur.HKEEi'SiE, Nev. 18. By the cav
ing of an embankment at the Sylvan Lake
ere beds last night, Michael Kilfoil was
instantly killed and Michael Rcilly was se
badly injured that he will die.
The Pelar Wave.
'New Yerk, Nev. 18. The thermometer
at the points named below gave this morn
ing the following irdicatiens: Cheyenne
8 above zero, Indianapolis 7 above, Pitts
burgh 27 above. Heavy snow at Buffalo,
Huntingdon, Pa, Nev. 18. Retta, ten
year old daughter of Wm. McDonald,
swept a shelf with abroem te find a slate
pencil, "knocked ever a revolver leaded
with bird shot, which fell en its butt, was
discharged, and killed her instantly.
Ne "Apparent Vacancy."
Washington, Nev. 18. Justice Clifferd
of the supreme court, who has been ick
for some tirne past, continues te improve.
He is net thought te be dangerously ill.
Death of E-Mayer Chapman.
Baltimore, Nev. 18 Jehn Lee Chap
man, formerly mayor of Baltimore, died
suddenly this morning.
Geed News ler Garfield.
Sydney, Xev. 17. At a general election
in New Seuth Wales, the members return
ed te Parliament for East Sydney, includ
ing the late premier, are all free-traders.
Sw xerk Marttet.
jsaw leiuc November 13. Fleur State and
western rather mere steadv, moderate
expert and home tr&uC iuquirv : Suner
flne. state $3)g3 90: cxtri de at f75
695: choice, de H 933 25: fancy de at
$3 23SG 23 : round UoepOhio 5005 50: choice de
at $5 0080 25; superfine western $;:f0jjl 30;
common te geed extra de H753500; choice
de 15 OSgc 50 ; choice white wheat de $4 75
34 93; Southern firm and moderately active;
common te fair extra $51035 te ; geed te
Choice de S GZ7 00.
Wheat Lyp better, and rather quiet : Ne. ;
Red, Dec U 3I 2' ; de Jan., $1 25JSl M,.
.. Cern a shade strenger: Mixed esiern spot,
S&afiSXax de future. 57C0c.
Oats a shade stronger and fairly active ; Xe.
S.J,?v'.?,l deP-'C.. 434c r de Jan.. Hc;
State 42aa0ic ; Western 4lffiG0e.
Philadelphia, November 13. Fleur Urm,
quiet, unchanged; superfine 3 003:1 50: ex
tra $4 00g4 SO: Ohie ami Indiana family ?350
6 25; Penn'a Umily $. 23g5 30: St. Leuis
family 5 7ut650: Minnesota family ." 0.135 73;
Strnight $t!00ftGR0: Winter patent SCjjW:
Spring de $70023 'X.
five flour unchanged at j 37.
Wheat active and higher ; Ne. 2 'Vc-d-crn
Ke.1 il UJ.i; l'eim'a. Ked $1 1721 19 , Amber
$1 171 19.
Cern stronger ami in fair demand ; j ellc.v at
C3c; mixed P'J,gr9e.
Oats firmer ami in geed inquiry; Ne. 1,
White i$c ler best ; Ne. -J de 4IJ:e: Ne. :i de
Wc ; Ne. s Mixed 33c.
Kye firm at 9Sc.
Previsions only iu jobbing tr.idc : me. perk
old and new i!4 50 Hi 25; bed hums $! -I'lli 50;
Indian mess beet at $13 50tM'J CO ; baciiii smok
ed shoulders 5-Jtte ; salt de.vje; smoked
hams 10fi)Ue; pickled ham $S0..
Lard steady ; city kettle L.ik: : loest butcher.-'
SjJSJc ; prime steam S?4e.
Itutter firm, best grades in the market
fairly active; Creamery extra at :Je ;
de geed te choice e0ti32e; ft C. ami N. .cc
tni2(29c; Western reserve extra 2in-lc;
de geed te choice l'i3ic: KnlN choice linn;
l'enn'a Kxtra 20g-.Jc; Western Uo-terve extra
Kggs scarce and wanted : l'enn'a Kxtra ))
3Uc; Western Kxtm272c
Cheese Urm and in better demand, but prices
unchanged; New Yerk lull eieuui ':'!sivi:s?(c;
Western full cream at 12I3e: ! fair te
geed ut ll12a: de halt skim- '.XiiUK:
l'etreleum lull : rellned 12c. "
Whisky unchanged at $1 11.
Seeds (joeil te prime clever quiet
4.730; Timethy nominal ; Kla-ee t
at. $7 0.1
Stocks strong. .
a. a. .. si. 1". m. 1-. 31. v. M
10:3.. 11:10 12:10 1:50 3:)0
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KrieH.lt , lSi 43Ji It It
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Michigan Cent. K. i:..jW IWi llii.!H 1I
Chicago & '. W Ill .... 114'; IU.; ....
Chicago, M St. 1'...103' nay. Wl)l vV, ....
Man. & St.. I. Cem 4l'.j 41aJ 42 I2J; ....
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Teledo & Wabash.... 11 .... 42's I2;4 ....
Ohie & Mi-is3ippl. .. :;', :xa 3''-- m-t
St. Leuis, 1. M. & S. i:.. lii l' " 4-i
Ontario and Western. 27-rt .... 27,'i 21! ....
C. C. & I. C. it. i: 21i 21 20i 20; H ....
NcwJer&cy Central.. 7:." 'jy. ?S. 7iJs
Del. & lliulsnn Canal, mi " ?'J ' M4 ....
Del., l.aek. A Western U3J.$ W. VJ IXli
Western Union Tel... tttj.: 'M Wji HsU
l'aciflcrMail S. S. Ce.. 47" .... 47 47
Union 1'aciUc 'Xr s .: y.V)i ....
Kansas & Texas te W'i 40 40;
Adams Express Ill)
Illinois Central 119
Cleveland A Pitts 121
Chicago A Keck I '-l-i
Pittsburgh ft Ft. W 121
American U. Tel. Ce
Pennsylvania K. II.... CI;H filj C2'i 2J ....
Phll'iuft 'tending..... 23'4 2:1 2 2;
Lehigh Valley 5Cj M : M'4 ....
Lehigh Navigation 2WA :z ::.".; -
Northern 1'acilic Cem nlA 31 Sl.i 31J2
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Northern Central 39 :A ".: ....
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Un.lt. It's of N.J 1SIJ,-; 18i
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Central Trans. Ce.
Astonishing Cures of Itching, Scaly and
Scrofulous Humors of the Skin, Scalp
and Bleed of Children and Infants.
Cuticura Remedies arc simply elegant te
use. They appeal te mothers mid p.irents v.ith
great force. Frem infancy te old aire they are
equally successful, sate and reliable. Ciri
ci'KA, a Medicinal Jelly, arrests disease, cats
away dead skin and flesh, allays inflamma
tion, itching and irritation, seethes and heals
Skin Diseases, and Scalp Atreetieiis with Loss Less
or Hair. It reproduces and bcautilies the hair.
Cuticura Ueselvest. the great Ifloetl Purifier,
cleanses, purities anil eradicates all chronic'
and hereditary humor-:. Ccticcra Medicinal
Toilet SeAr.prepared lrem Clticira, cleanse,
seethes and heals diseased siirlacc-', viiiieiw,
freshens and beautifies the sl.lu beyond all
Jir.ilse. It Is an elegantly perfumed Toilet,
lath ami Nursery sanative.
Children and Infants.
Cha-. Kayre Itinklc, Jer-ey City Heights N
J., writes: "My son, a lail of twelve years
was completely" cured et a terrible case et
Kczcma by tin: Cuticura Lemedics. Frem the
top of his head te the soles of Ids feet w as ene
mass of scabs. Kvery ether remedy and physi
cians hail been tried iu vain."
Fred. Itnhrer, esq.. Cashier Stock Growers
National Hank, Ptu-ble, Colerado, writt-s : " I
am go well pleased with its effects en my baby
that I cannot afford te be without it in my
house. It is a wonderful cure, and it K bound
te become very popular as seen as Its virtues
are itnevu te the mas-ics."
JM. S. Weeks, esq., Town Treasurer, St. Albans.
Vt., says, in a letter dated May iJ: " It works
ten chat 111 en my baby's face and bead. Cureil
the head entirely, and h.is nearly cleaned the
face et sores. I have recommended It te sev
eral, and Dr. Plant has erdeicd it for them."
Cuticura Ukmkdiks are prepared by WKKKS
POTTL'I", Chemists and lirnggi-,ts,:m Wash
ington street. Itosten.and are frtr sale by all
Druggists. Prict: of Cuticura, a Medicinal
Jelly, small boxes, 30 cents; large boxes. $1.
Cuticuka Keselvkkt. the new I'loed Purilier,
$1 per bottle. Cuticuka Mewcixal Toilet
Seap, 23 cents. Cuticura MeoicixalSiiavixe
Seap, 15 cents; in burs for ifarbers and large
consumers. 50 cents.
K2.AU mailed free en receipt of prirc.
Rapid, Radical, Permanent.
Legin at the beginning. Ch-eiiM: the nasal
pjs'-ugCM. I'cmeve the morbid coats of retting
and deail tl-site. Werk upon these surface
until the living, wholesome membrane is
reached, cleansed, disinfected, seethed and
healed. Then you have attacked and removed
the cause. Meanwhile, by internal adminis
tration, drive from the bleed the liei 011 it de
liver with every pulsation of the heart. When
alj this Is faithfully dene.Cittarrh is conquered,
you are cured.
Saford' Uad'cal Cure consists of one bot
tle et the Uadical Cuke, one box of Catarrhal
Solvent, and one Improved Inhaler, all wrap
ped in one packhge, with Treatise and Direc
tions, and sold by all druggists ter $1. Ask ter
Sasferd's ICadical Cube, the most complete,
instantaneous, and economical treatment in
General Acts.. WEEKS 4 POTTEK. Hosten.
Ne. 105 North Queen street for the Chenpcst
and Best 110OTS AND SHOES.
lOft Sign of the lliir Shoe. 105
LADlfcS AND EXTS
It yen want a
GOOD FITTING. BOOT OR SHOE,
Beavy-made or made te order, call at
Ne. 105 North Queen Street.
Custom Werk a Specialty. cSKA Wtfil