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LANCASTER, PA., MONDAY, DECEMBER 27. 1880.
Price Tire Cents:
.TOJI.V irANAMAKER'S STORE.
THE HOLIDAYS AT
CHESTNUT, THIRTEENTH AM) MARKET STREETS,
AND CITY HALL SQUARE, PHILADELPHIA.
A. There is nowhere In IMillailelphiu -r varied a
collection et rlcli ?oedj as lien; such :w lath
ers, mother.-, brothers, Misters levers, leek for
ti little later.
There Is an cmlevcn or Gift. Our collection
Is large enough and rich enough, one would
Kupnesf. even for a less frugal city than
Philadelphia. These goods are arc new at the
height or theirglery. The choicest of them are
here; ethers will come of eeur.se ; hut the
choicest are going.
What is equally te the purpose, TmyerH are
new nbent as many as can be cotniertahly
served, anil the throng will Ite denser every
lair tlay till Christinas.
J. KacheLs, tidies, lamp-shade, pin-cushions,
bexen, in atin anil plush, embroidered and
First circle, south west from the centre.
J Imchessc vest with Point medallions, $.VJ ;
the same may be mmjii elsewhere at $70.
Xine counters, southwest from the centre.
$1.35 te f LVLfld. .ill nunraiitced.
City-hall s(iiarceiitruui c.
A New room, new tej.-..
Outer circle, west or the Chestnut street en
13 A catalogue ei books may be had at the
book counter. We want every reader te have
It. The list of children' holiday books is es
1 dOHX WAXAMAKKK.
Second counter, northeast trem the centre.
J There arc two general styles, win cle-cd
ut the back, thoet her ejten: the hitter is known
us coachman 'ssl vie. In detail etliiiiiniingl here
Is great variety though there is nl-n marked
simplicity. Ureal variety in clot lis tee. p.M
Cloaks, foreign ami home-made. Oiircollec Oiircellec
t te n is uiipreecdcuted,whethcr you regard va
riety, quantity or value. A lady who buys a
clenic of any sort in l'liiladelphia witlieut
looking these ever misses the best assortment,
pcrhaiM, in the whole country. W.M te ".
Southeast cornered' the building.
Misses' coats in mere than 7 cloths,
shapes and decoration beyond counting.
Sizes 2 te 10 years.
Ulsterettes in 5 cloths, ulslcrs in 3 clot lis and
luivelecks in cloths. Sizes G te Hi.
Southwest corner et the building.
UXDERWEAR AXD HOSIER).
We have the best. goods the world nllnrds,
and the next Im'sI. and the next, and se 011.
There is no place nnywhen, where you can
hcc se large a collect Ien et the different grades
el goods, all pxssing ter what, they are, and
nothing ler what it is net. cotton for cotton,
mixed for Mixed, wool for wool, silk ler silk.
JOIIX WA X A M A K K K.
Outer circle, Chcstnulstreet, entrance te
Thirteenth street entrance.
J2i Xew Embroideries are already in. Our
stock is new in the condition you expect te
Hud It in at Xew Year's, 1, e. the spring novel
ties are here.
Third circle, southwest trem the centic.
The choicest luxurious carpets; the ine-d
substantial carpels; Hie lowest, prices: punc
tual serv Ice. JOHX WAXAMAKKK.
Market slrect fient, upstairs.
Evening silks in the Arcade, ca-d side.
The same and niaiiv ether pattern' arc within.
Xcxt outer circle, southeast from the centre
It Our next spring's novelties in embroi
deries arts Just new received; t bey usually
come at Xew Year's.
Xext outer circle, southwest from the cent re.
Laces change dally. Our sales are large,
our variety always large, ami but little el any
one sort. Compare prices. A quarter below
the market is net uncommon.
JOHX WAXAM AK KK.
Xine counters, southwest from the centre.
Such a sleck of foreign cloaks as Phila
delphia lias net liefere Keen, $10 te Si"U; shawls
near by ; dresses up stairs.
' JOHX WAXAMAKKK.
Southeast corner el the building.
!.... .r.f-.tll it.tefsi irfttfi' I'lf TlwV llt
H rill.ieiuu n ; f,-...rt ..-. -.-.-.
.. !.. vmir fitnl ftilv;iriil In itrir'i its HlO HI'IL-
nea lutvniiced. Tluy im; reIiik np a:Ue. a
shall net nitsu prices till we liavc te I my. hx
icct te find licru whatever you want, Irani a
Idtet trimming up. JOHX WAXAMAKKK.
Thirteenth street entrance.
(lOATa AXD ULSTERS FOR CIIILDREX.
j X'et se great variety as for ladies: bill
inucli larger than any where else here.
Coats, a te years; in thirty different male
rial!', drab, blue and brown cords with fleecy
black; cellar and cutts et plush ; also in ten
camel's haircloth, trimmed with seal-cloth.
Coat,4teU!vears: in thirty cloths, trim
med with plain stitching, plush, seal cloth,
chinchilla rur and velvet, $! te $10.
Ulsterettes, 0 te 10 years ; in live cloths, Willi
seal cloth cellar and cull's.
Ulsters, te 10 vears: in eight cloths, trim
med with plush stitching, heed and plush.
Havelecks, 4 te 10 years : two styles.
JOYS' CLOTHING. , , ,
J Onrtradeisjustwhat it ought te be for
the tacllitiesand advantages we enjoy.
Kastet central aisle, near Market street.
s-illIVA AND GLASSWARE.
i Tackloeng prcclain, plates only, for.
ncr or dessert, five patterns, i". tnStn
pcr Havlland dinner sets ; Catnllle pattern, JI10 ;
elsewhere, $ax. Tressed, W : elsewhere, am.
Tressed with Mei-esciue border and decoration
or grasses and butterflies. $2ii : elsewhere.
$275. The latter is in the Arcade, Chestnut
street entrance, te-day.
Table glassware, English, Mrawbcriy-ilia-mend
cut ; every article wiuircd ler the table
useful or ornamental.
Xerth west corner et the building.
And a great variety of ether kinds. Alse
pocket books, embroidered leather card cases,
cigar cases, and everything in leather goods.
Third circle northwest from centre.
Chestnut, Thirteenth and Market streets
and City Hall square.
Chestnut, Thirteenth and Market Streets,
And City Hall Square, Philadelphia.
WM. P. FRAILEY'St
MONUMENTAL MARBLE WORKS
758 Nerta uueen Street, IJuicastcr, Pa.
MONUMENTS, UK AD AND FOOT STONES,
CEMETERY LOTS ENCLOSED, Ae.
All work guaranteed anil satisfaction given
In every particular.
N. B. Remember, works at the extreme end
9I fierth Queen street. m30
IJT Te buy Holiday Gilts early is poed ad
vice: The bebt trade is early; and the bent
trade carries off the best things.
' JOHX WAXAMAKEK.
VI.FKK1) WtniillT'.S PERFUMES.
HIS Marv Stuart is probably the most
lasting el all the agreeable perfumes; none of
the foreign ones approach it. It Is very rich,
streugand lull, of life; It is agi cable te mere
persons, probably, limit any ether perfume.
Wild Olive is next in popularity ; this also
Is singularly powerful ami lasting. White
Ke-c is delicate and lasting.
We keep the preferred odors of all the Hrst
elass purliimers, such as Lubln, llalley, Atkin
son ami Coudray ; but of Alfiuse Wwuirr's we
llriug an iinwrftinieri handkerchief; and
you shall hive a sample of any odor yen wish.
First circle, northwest from the center.
C10I.ORK1) DRESS GOODS.
The following, just received, are away
down in prices : French Camel's hair, 47 inch.
$n.7riaiid.sr; French cheviot suiting, silk anil
wool, 4." inch, jjai.7.1; French finite, all wool, US
lly looking out for such opportunities a lady
may often save hall.
Xine counters, Thirteenth street entrance.
A lady wanting any of the following will
be obliged for the mention of them; Silk ami
wool Mil in de Lyen, Ki cents; silk tacuil
veleurs, $1: inem'ie cloth, 7j cents; damasse
drap d' etc, $l.M ; damasse cashmere, $I.i'.
All the prices exeunt the llrst are probably
below the ee-t of manufacture, and even the
first may be.
Xexl outer circle, southwest trem the center.
ri'KIMMlXU FOR DRESSES AXD CLOAKS.
J. Our trade requires the largest and Ireshcst
stuck of these goods, fringcs.passemcnterie or
naments, girdles, tassels, spikes, lings, balls,
button". We have novelties net te be found
Xex t en ter circle, north west, from the center.
O A few shawls are shown in 1 lie Arcade;
gentlemen's dressing gowns and smoking
jackets in I he same case. Mere are within.
East of the Chestnut-street entrance.
Our work-room is full of preparation, se
full that we cannot crowd it taster, we nave
ready, also, a. large Meck of finished garments,
fur ami fur lined.
We have sacqucs mid dolmans in sealskin
dyed in Londen we have none but London Lendon Londen
dyed seal. We have them In great numbers,
aiiil, of eeur-e, i11ullsi7.es inclitdingcxlrcmcs.
Prices, from $li". Ie$i'i0.
Londen controls the seal market el the
wet Id Tlieie have been two advances in
price since our furs were bought. We shall
net advance till we have te buy again ; we
have net advanced at all, as yet.
We have, al SUB, seal sneiiucs such as you
will leek in vain ter elsewhere at the price.
I-or lined circulars and dolmans in very
great variery. We use mostly Satin dc Lyen.
gres-grain,arniurcnml brocade silk and Sicil
leune; for mourning, Henrietta and Drap
d'Kte. The latter are made te order only.
We have everything worth having in sets
tiimuiiiigs, robes, gloves, caps and the tlmu-saml-und-enc
little things that are kept in the
Tliiiiceulh street catrance.
O .Felt, all colersniid variety of styles. Sue te
$I.J."t: llannel, black, blue, gray, brown and
scarlet, JAfn te $.".7.". ; satin, black, $l.7.i te
JH1..-1O ; satin, blue, scarlet, brown ami black,
JIAMle fit : Italian cloth, black, $1.2.". te .".
Tl' variety is very great.
Southwest corner of the building.
Xetice lliese two sa:;.ples:
llluc chinchilla sack, velvet cellar and de
tachable cape, lined with Farmer's satin, horn
bulleus. $(.."", Is there another such coat for
$(i.."lV We have sold hundreds el tlu-iii. '
Krown-red-aud-eld-gold diagonal ulsterette
a!i wool lining, sleeves lined with adorable,
silk-sl raped fabric, horn buttons, 4S.5J.
'i'iic.-e are but but specimens et many. It
they seem inviting, ethers may be mere se.
See'tliein. JOHX WAXAMAKKK.
Central ai-le, next te the outer circle. Mar
ket street side.
1)ii:r.exs axd millixkky.
V Kibbeus and Millinery, you knew, we
have much mere of than any ether house.
Xerth of Thirteenth street entrance.
A A very great variety el the lineal linens,
a very great variety et staple Uncus, and the
lowest prices In Philadelphia.
Outer circle. City Hall Square entrance.
J Xew goods just received from abroad. We
have, without doubt, the richest, and fullest
stock en this side of the Atlantic. We buy
from makers, direct, knew the quality of our
linen beyond question, and keep below the
Second circle, southwest from the centre.
O The very finest Knglish and French hand
kerchiefs and Mufflers; handkerchiefs $l.i"te
;2..V): mnfllcrs, ifl.ftil te $!.. Elsewhere they
are sold for a qrarter mere, at least.
Second circle, southwest from the centre.
U Every Individual article of Merine or
Silk Underwear that w! buy we examine te
see whether the buttons are sewed en securely
and whether the sunns are right and properly
fastened. If anything is wrong, back the gar
ment gees te the lr.nkcr, or we right It at hiii
such has been our practice for a year and a
half. Is there another merchant in) Philadel
phia who docs the funic, or who watches the
Interests et his customers In any similar way?
I infects may escape 11s, ueverthless. Yeu de
us a favor. If you bring back the least imper
fection te lie made geed.
Outer circle. Thirteenth street entrance.
Our assortment of all muslin uudergur
nients i-as lull as at any time of tlie year: and
when the demand for such is net generally
strong we are often able te buy at unusual ad
vantage. We have very nearly the same goods
the year 'round : but prices vary mere or less.
Xew, for example, probably, there is net te be
found in this city or In Xew Yerk muslin un
dergarments equal te our regular sleek except
at higher price-. We knew et no exception
Southwest corner of the building.
De you knew, man' are net of Rubber.at
all, and arc net waterproof? We sell as many
as all Philadelphia hesidea: real articles only":
and guarantee them,
i ' JOHX WAXAMAKEK.
Central aisle, near Marketstreet entrance.
llrick'Set and Portable
HEATERS and RANGES
Stterizer, Hninpluoville & KielWn
ii EAST K1XG STREET.
DATS MET PAD!
A DISCOVER! BY ACCIDENT,
which supplies a want men of eminent ability
have devoted years of study ami experiment
te llnil a Specific ler Diseases et the Kidneys,
Bladder, Urinary Organs anil Xerveus System
and from the timcofitsdiscevery has rapidly
increased in favor, gaining the approval and
confidence of medical men and tbe-e who have
used it; it has become a favorite with all
classes, and wherever introduced has super
seded all ether treatments. In short, sucli is
Its intrinsic merit and superiority, thar it new
the only recognized reliable remedy.
Is Strongly Endorsed.
We have the me.;t uncjiii vocal tc.-lhne'iy Hi
its curative powers from many persons of
high elmractcr.iiitclllgence and re-peii-ibilily.
Our book "Hew a Life was Saved," giving the
history of tins new discovery, ami a l.irge
record et me-,! remarkable cute-, sent free
Write, for It.
Day Kidney Pad Company,
Owing te th'j many worthless
our reputation, we deem it due the afflicted te
warniliem. Ask ter DAY'S KIDNEY PAD,
ami take no ether.
E A S T E K X AtlK X U Y,
f-HAKLKK N. CKITTENTOX.
lli Fulton si., Xew Yerk.
Mrs. Lydia E. Pinkham,
OF . i'NN, MASS.,
Is Maiiii i Diw m !
Her Yegetnlile Compound UirSnvier
ei" Ifer Sex.
Health, Hepo and Happiness Re
stored by the use of
LYDIA E. PINESAM'S
The Pesitlva Cure l?ev
All Female Complaints.
This preparation, as its nnnie sinilies, con
sists et Vegetable Prepeitles that are harmb'ss
te the most. delktate invalid. 7;en one trial
tlie meiitset" tiiis compound will Ircu-ceni.eil,
as relief is iiinnedi.ite; and when ils use is eon- j
tinned, in ninety-nine cacs in 11 hundred, n !
permaneiit euro is elleeteil, as thousands -.v ill
ti'stily. n aeeounfei'ibs preveu-meiifs. it is
te-day rcceniuiended ami jni'scribeil by the ,
best physicians in the country.
If will cure entirely the worst form of tailing
et tlie uieriis, l.eueeri iaca, irrejjislarain! jiain
lul Menstruation, all Ovarian Trouble-, In- '
flaiumatien and Ulceration, Kloe.liiis. all li '
placements mid I lie consequent spinal weak- '
ncss, and I-especially adapted te the (.'lanj-'e j
or i.itu. I
In tact if has proved te be ihe f;re:ite.:f and
best remedy that has ever been discovered, ll '
permeates every portion of the system, and
jjives ni'w life and vi;;or. it removes faint nes, '
flatulency, destroys all eravinu lersliiiiiiliints, '
and relieves weakness of the stemacli. I
It cures llleatiiiiT, Headaches. Nervous Pre-- '
tmtien. General Debility, Sleeplessness, De- !
pressien and Indigestion. That leelinjief l:ear-
till; down, causing pain, weight and baekaciie, :
is "always pciuiaiieiitly fired by il.- us.-. I; j
will at all times, and under all circtini-lauces,
act in harmony Willi the law that governs the i
Fer Kidney complaints el eitiicr se" Ibis
Compound is unsnrpa cd. I
Lydia E. Pinkhara's Vegetable Uompeimd
Is prepared al. 'J.'t.' ami i" Wesiern Avenue,
l.j tin, Mas.i. Price $1. Six bottles ferf.1. i-eut
by mail in the form et pills, al-e in tlie fenu 01 !
leKentres, en rcccipL of price, il per box. ler .
ell her. Mrs. PlMvtlAM lieely an-.i-.- all let- ,
tcrs of imiuiry. Send ler pauiplih'!. Addiess
usalHive. Mi'nimlfil.i jiiijin: I
Xe faniilv should be without. H D1A K. i
PIXKllAM'S MVER PI M.S. Tiny cure (011 (011
stipatieu, Itiliensness and Terphii.y el Jlie !
Liver. 2- cents per box. ' !
(Jciicral Agents, Philadelphia.
I'ersaleby (,'. A. Encher, ! E:ed Kile; slivel
and Hen. W. Hull, l.'t Wisl Kiittf street.
Al Te Nervous Suitcrcrs The J rest Eure-
iiean Remedy Dr. -J. It. Simpsen's Speeiiic
iledicine. It is a positive cure for Sncrmu-
terrhca. Seminal Weakm-ss, !mpeteuc-y,:nid all !
diseases resulting trem seif-Abu-e. as Mental )
Anxiety, Less of Memery, Pains in ltaek or 1
Side, ami di-eases that lead te ('ou-iiinnlieu.
Insanity and an early grave, 'i'jie Speeilie
Medicine is bcinjf liseii wil h weuderful success.
Pamphlets sent tree te all. Write for them and
get lull particulars. Price, Speeilie. Jl per
package, or six packages for $.1. .1. 15. SI JI I
SOX MEDICIXE (JOJM'AXI.Xdk. inland KG
Main Street, lEutlaie, N. Y. Address all orders
II. I!. COUIIRAX, DniKKisI, Sele Ai;eiit,
1ST and 1S'. Xerth ljueeii Street, Lane.ister
We have a few Seat Skin Cans leli yet,
anil Ihe prices are very reasonable. Our
roc. Cups for men me very oe.l, and
we have a special one ler 0."c. thai is
very heavy ami well made. IJny.s' Caps
that are heavy for v. inter wear from li)e.
upte.'Oe. Te knew the value e! the-e
you must see them.
FUR OI.OVES AXD MUFKl.EiW.
Heavy Working Cleves for men.
Dress Gloves of Kid, Lined Caster and
Cleth. In fact all kinds ei" Gloves that
arc worn by men and boys, and all of
these goods are marked in plain figures
se you can sec the price.
XECKWEAR AXD SILK H IXDKKK-
At all prices, from '.lie very elie.ip te the
very line. TheCI.AUDEXTaCAllF is
a Very geed litting one and very pepu
lar. We Just received auethev invoice
efSilk Handkcrehlefs, and they are sell
ing very cheap. It is difficult te tell
you all about our Silk Mtitilers. Rut
they arc very nice ami we ha'e a large
Is of greater importance than the oilier
goods mentioned, ler 11 involve.) a
greater outlay of money. Rut as all our
Clothing is marked in plain figures at
the lowest casliprlces Caere is no trouble
te suit you if you lind the kind of
goods yen are looking for. Wc have
sold piles el Overcoats sine;; the prices
were reduced, and the assortment is
growing lesa every d iy.
WILLIAMSON & FOSTER,
36 BAST KING STREET.
?iaiu astr r iiitcih'griiccr.
MONDAY EVENING, DEC. 27, 1880.
i::.cei:i of disaster axd
Stained the Festal Day of Chris
tendom. . MuMciily Brought te llappy
IMwanl Ptucell. a eatc-tender, was
kiJIed at .Mcritlcn. Conn., by the limited
cxpK'ss front New Herk.
At i'acilie, ?Ie., Andrew Ucal, a negre,
.shot, and killed Pat Crew, a switch brake
nsati. Tiiajy Kcjvan, coleteu, 37 years old, of
Xew Yerk, poured kerosene en a lighted
lite te sliced it. She was burned te death.
The funeral of the late Albert Spcyers,
well known in Xew Yerk financial circles,
t oek place front St. Mary's church.
The Pluenix house, at Dedhatn, Mass.,
an old landmark, occupied as a hotel by
Mr. J;:ten. was burned. Less en the
building $0,000. Eaten loses $4,000.
ii. A. Stilhrtil!, of Keypeit. Xew Jer
sey, was found dead in the Xerth river
hotel, in Xew Yerk. It is believed he
committed suicide by inhaling gas.
M. Anderwert, who was recently elected
picsiucnt of the Swiss Confederation for
lfc'Sl, committed stiieide en the public
promenade, by Mioeiunx mmseii Willi a
feerge Talbot was stabbed te death by
William Ceilender in a bar-room quarrel,
al I'allimere. Pattick Ueylc was shot
ilead by Michael I.cary in a quarrel, near
Fi-nnk Hamilton Harney, a member of
the sophomore class of Harvard college,
was drowned while skating en Fresh Pend
at Cambridge. He belonged in Indianap
Alfred W. Chun, of Jersey City, abrako abrake
man en a freight train en the Pennsylva
nia railroad, was struck by a bridge near
Piiticeten .1 unction and thrown under the
wheels and killed.
A locomotive of a milk train en the Leng
Island railroad ran oil' the track at Hicks
ville and dashed twenty feet down a bank,
killing the engineer, Geerge llich, and
completely demolishing the engine.
While I iic residence of Irving Clay of
Grand Uiver, Me., was burning, a leaded
? upon a gun rack was uis uis
the contents, consisting of
wounded two of the vliil-
In Flushing; L. I., during an altercation
bet. vera (!eeige Schroder and August
lliilef, in the bar-room of the latter,
Schroder diew a ra.er and cut neveral
gashts in llillei's tltnMt, inllict.ing proba
bly falal injuries.
A fire broke out in a frame dwelling en
Frent street. Trenten, X. J., at 1 o'clock,
a. m. Mrs. Henry Jehnsen was in bed at the
time and was burned te death. It is thought
that, her husband, who was under the in
ihience of liquor, kicked the kerosene lamp
ever, lie has been placed under arrest.
Lorcuxe Piekard, a young farmer of
Omaha, has been arrested charged with
the murder of Germanic Kewcr, whom he
struck ever the eye ten days age in a
peliy quatrcl. Isewer, it was supposed,
hat! 111 :n-Iv lecoveroil- lint, inflammation of
.j --.--., .-
the brain ensued and he died.
Themas Uoency, aged 02, a street
sweeper, cut his threat at Xe. 407 AVet
Thiily-ninih street. Xew Yerk, and died.
He had been drinking and drove his wife
from the house during the day, and when
she returned he was lying en the fleer
The small frame- shanty of Patrick
Whose in St. Mark's avenue, near Classen
avenue, lirenklyn, was set en fire by the
explosion of :i kerosene lamp. Winne
:.sid his wife were terribly burned, and
Mis'. Winnie, who is sixty years old. died
seen after being taken out by some of the
In Xnpelceu, Ohie, (Jen It. K. Scott, ex
governor of ettih Carolina, and new a
resident of Napeleon, shot and killed a
young man named Drnry. The siflairwas
the result of a quarrel in relation te a seu
of Gen. Scott. Drttry w:vs a clerk in a
drug store, a young man of geed standing
hi the community, and was te have been
mauled en Tuesday.
'venf prisoners in the county jail,
Columbus, Ohie, mutinied ami sill the po
lice isi the south end of the town were
called in te quell them. One shot was
fiicd, but without tatal results. Celd
water and chunks of coal thrown sit the
prisoners were leuud te be sufficient argu
ments te quiet them. Several convicts
were sei iensly injured by being hit with
pieces of coal.
15y an explosion of nitro-glyccrine at an
oil well nesir I.radferd, Penna., Albert
Magee was killed and Themas Perry
hcveiely injured. Ivichatd II. Harris,
stipes iutcudcut of a farm at Middletown,
Xew Yerk, was killed by the falling of a
piece of timber while pulling down a house
sit that place. The mangled body of
Jeseph Heward was found en the track at
the lailread station in Xew Braunfcld,
Texas. It is supposed he wsis killed by a
train while drunk.
Corporal Xorten, of Battery K, Second
Attillery, in company with Jacob Klein, a
citizen :" ml a corporal of Battery C, Fifth
Artillery. s;t tempted te cress Mill Creek, a
mile west of Fortress Menree, in a small
beat, which, being overloaded, capsized.
The day was foggy ami the beat could net
lie .'cesi by the people en the shore. Xor Xer Xor
eon, who was net strong, seen became ex
hausted asid disappeared. The ethers were
resitcd.. Klein hsis since died from the ef
fects of exposure.
Miss Ada Hcbden, a yestng lsuly of 22
years, engaging in manner and highly es
teemed by her acquaintance!!, lived in Chi Chi Chi
oage with her brother Rebert, assistant
manager of the Ilsmk of Montreal. Christ
mas eve she attended some Christmas fes
tivities at a neighbor's and was simengthe
merriest. Next morning she arose, bresik
fastcd sind dined as usual. After dinner,
finding herself silene in the room, she sud
denly went te a drawer, took up a pistol,
and without a word shot herself in the
head asul fell dead.
A party of six were returning late en
Christmas night from vtsititig friends in
the township of McGillivr.iy, Ontario.
When approaching the railway track the
horses balked and the sleigh was struck by
a train en the Londen, Huren Si Bruce
railway near Ciandcbeyc station. James
Mcflrath, his wife and "brother Matthew
and Kilen ISlakc. a cousin, were instantly
killed. McOraih's child, thirteen months
old, was dangerously hurt but may re
cover. Annie McOrath saved herself by
At. Herse Cave. Kentucky, J. A. Gard
ner was called by a colored boy, named
Campbell, te the stable, "te see a sick
cow." When Gardner entered the stable
he was knocked senseless with a stick and
robbed of $130. Campbell aud his brother
were arrested, and 132 being found upon
them, one of them confessed the crime.
They were ledged in jail in Mayferdsville,
whence thev were taken the sanse nisht
by a mob of one hundred men and
hanged. Mr. Gardner is in a critical con
dition. Henry Ostrander, aged 29, shot and
killed his brother Gcenrc Levman Ostran
der. aged 20, at their home near Camden,
X. Y. Henry was jealous because his lit
tle sister was caressing his brother and he
spit tobacco juice in her face. Geerge
warned him te step when Henry shot him
through the eye, killing hisn instantly.
The murderer, who was arrested, says
Geerge had his pistol half cocked, but he
was tee quick for him. Henry charges
that Geerge was trying te run the whole
family. Beth men were laborers.
In Stcubcnville, Ohie, at. Ryan's; board beard
iiur house Dr. Henry a young dentist,
was intoxicated and using profane lan
guage at the table in the presence of
ladies. Dr. Schooley, a young physician,
rebuked him. Soen a fb'ht began, when
a farnnr named Buckingham, who had a
grudge against Schooley, interfered, and
Schooley drew a revolver and shot Buck
ingham in the right eye. Henry then
seized a shovel ami crushed Schoeloy's
skull. Buckingham and Schooley were
alive at the last report, but could net long
Barney Duffy asul Jehn Malieney lay
down en the cinders carted from the Pas
saic rolling mill en the vsicant lets at the
junction of the Xcwatk branch of the
Eric railroad with the main line sit the
southern end of P.itersen, X. J. Duffy
was overcome by the gas from the smoul smeul
dering heap and Mahenoy made him
coffee in an old tin can aud then procuring
aid carried him te St. Jeseph's hospital
nearby. Malieney then went back and
lay down en the cinders. lie wsis found
this morning dead, and burned te a crisp,
his tees having been bis rued completely
off. He had been asphyxiated and the
wind had freshened in the night and
fanned the cinders te a glow. The body
was still burning when found.
Mrs. Sarsth Terrell, of Lennex, left her
four-year-old son at home while she visit
ed a neighbor. She had before frequently
left him in charge of the house during her
absence. The boy found a box of msitehcs
and proceeded te his playhouse, a short
distance from the residence, sissd set (ire te
a pile of shavings. The fire ignited his
clothing, and when he discovered it he
started for his met iter. He had gesie but
a few reds when the flames overcame him
and he fell in the field. His mother, who
was just starting for home, saw her boy
and hastened te him, but upon her arrival
his little form was in ashes. Mrs. Terrell,
who is a wealthy widow, has since been unconscious-.
The building was totally de
stroyed. Seth Fester, the old man living near
Kirkwood, X. J., who was bitten by si
rabid deg in Xewmber, has died. The
age of the man, and, in addition, hi.-: less
of sleep, had se weakened him that he
died without any of the horrible wiithhigs
that usually accompany desith from hydro
phobia. Fester's ease is icgai (led sis re
markable, sis the intervals between the
spasms were iengcr than in any case en
record ; neither did he give vent te any of
the distressing cries or barks usually char
acteristic of the malady. The case lists
excited the greatest interest throughout
the country, sind there were mere curiosity
seekers at the dead man's house than at
any time during his life time. He leaves a
wife, one son and two step-daughters in
comparative pevetty. Frederick Stevens,
a young man, died from hydrophobia at
Plymouth. Mass. He was bitten while in
Xeva Scotia se-ne months age.
The Texas bound train of the lre";i
Mountain railway had just, passed Xeely
ville, when the discharge of pistols caused
Conductor Welch te hasten te the rear.
As he opened the deer of the smoking car
a man presented .1 pistol sit his head, ad
vising him te stand aside. The man then
ran agaiiasl Welch and pushed him from
the platfeim. Standing in the doorway
he fired several times into the crowded
car, and th'jn jumping en the ground
disappeared iu the adjacent weeds.
When Conductor Welch scrambled te
his feet and re-entered the car
he found nearly all the passengers
hidden under the seats. Dr. J. II.
Payne, a prominent citizrn of Carrell, wsis
lying in the centre of the aisle iu the ago
nies of death, lie had been shot two or
three times. 11. P. Jesies, of Smith's ferry,
Beaver county, Pennsylvania, wsis lying
across his seat with tlie bleed streaming
from a wound in the arm. Mrs. Jenes,
his wife, who was seated opposite, was
woieided in the head, and was crying hys
teric illy, "My husband is killed, and I
am killed." It is thought they will both
tlie. Xe 0110 knew the sissassin, but it is
he was one of si party of conspirators te
rob the express, and, en the plan failing,
revenged himself in the manner above
Wedding Bid Is.
An engagement is announced between
Mr. Charles Stewart, son of the handsome
Mrs. Mackintosh Stewart, of l'liiladelphia,
and Miss May Drexcl, daughter of the
well known banker of that name.
When Miss Minnie Gerges, of Staunton,
Va., hesird L. 1. Benjamin, the sole cor
net it of a visiting mius-tie! troupe, per
form, she fell madly iu love with him.
Opposition was useless, and after a be
trothal of two hours they were married.
Although he hsis never married, Hen.
Aleck Stephens likes ladies seciety'sind
has many friends among them, who call
frequently upon him in his p triers at the
National hotel. lie is possessed of a won
derfully cheerful spirit for one who is se
frequently ill, and who pet haps, rarely
knows what it is te feel really well.
The daughter of Mr. Durch, the secre
tary of the Senate, who was married en
Nev. 30 te Mr. Warner, of Xstsltville, was
se unfortunate en her wedding trip te the
latter city as te have her trunks burned.
All her wedding presents and ulegauttrc Tu
scan were in them. The railroad will pay
the estimated value in money, but that
cannot make geed the less.
Judge Perter, the governor elect of In
diana, will be married en Jasiuary 5, te
Miss Stene, of New Yerk. The marriage
will take place at the elegant icedence of
one of the lady's relatives in that city.
She is wealtuy and Has a summer resi
dence at Chatauquc Lake. She met Jttdge
Perter at the Kiggs house litte when vis
iting Register Sceficld's family. The. match
is eminently a suitable one. She is greatly
esteemed by all who knew her.
The marriage that was announced with
no little lleurish in the New Yerk papers
a lew days since 01 uapc Arthur Uccil 1
Fleming, &c., &c, &c, te the Lady Buck- j
ley Matthew, is the third marriage con-
trsictcd by Lady Matthew, who was in her j
Miss Ida Gerard daughter of the late emi-1
ncnt lawyer, Mr. Janes W Gerard. I
Miss Gerard's first husband was ?Ir. J
Frederick Wiggin of Londen, and a
daughter by this marriage was brought
out last winter, and much admired in
Xew Yerk under the name of Miss Sum
ner, she having for some reason dropped
her father's name. A few years -since
Mrs Wiggin married Sir Buckley Mat
thew, and she has new taken te her heart
and home a third English husliand the
Capt Fleming before mentioned.
The Mcctinir or Knsllsb Stockholders.
General satisfaction is expressed in
financial circles of Londen at the turn
aflairs have taken in regard te the Phil
adelphia & Reading railroad company.
The cemnuiv will have its own offices in
Londen, aud Messrs. Glyn, Mills, Currie
& Ce., with the consent of Messrs. McCal McCal
ment Brethers, will undertake the agency,
in se far as the issue of deferred bends
and conversion of the existing debt is con
cerned. At the meeting en Friday President
Gewen in his speech warmly defended the
administration of the Reading company
from the charges insinuated by Mr.
Themas Powell, and amid considerable
applause stated that his chief object in
crossing the Atlantic was te defend-the
memory of his late friend, Mr. Beric,
from the insinuations of Mr. Powell. He
wished it te be known that Mr. Beric had,
during the dark days of the company's
embarrassments, placed his fertune and
credit entirely at the company's disposal,
without one dollar of fee or reward. Mr.
Gewen indicated the sources of the hos
tility te his management, and concluded
by affirming his readiness te retire sis seen
as the company was freed from all its em
barrsissments, but until then he proposed
te keep the helm.
At the conclusion of Mr. Geweu's ad
dress the following resolution was unani
mously carried :' " That the meeting,
having heard the statement of Mr. Gewen,
hereby tenders him thanks for that state
ment, and. having entire confidence iu the
integrity and ability of the present man
agement, earnestly recommends it te be
retained iu charge of the affairs of the
Anether resolution pledging co-operation
and snppeit te the company was
unanimously carried, after which the
meeting adjourned, with three cheers for
Travelers should be prepared ter the changes
of weather and against the elTects or exposure
by providing themselves with lr. Hull's
Cough Syrup the best made.
He that is surety tern stranger, shall smart
for It. !!'it Iu; that trusteth in Spring ISIossem
fereiiri'u I. iver. Kidney, ami complaints et a
like tendency, shall never be disappointed.
Price ."idee, its. trial bottles 10 cents.
for sale by II. U. Cochran, druggist, 1:17 and
rsi North Queen street, Lancaster, Pa.
Kewurd et Perseverance.
11 -nry Clement, Almonte, writes: "Fer a
lemr time I was troubled with Chronic Kheu
iii.uisin.a! times-wholly disabled; I tried any
thing and everything recommended, but
failed te get nnv benefit until a gentleman
who was cured of Rheumatism by lr. Themas'
Kclectrie Oil told me about it. I began using
it both internally and externally, and before
two bettlci were used 1 was radically cured.
We find it. a hou-cheld medicine, ami for
Cretip.lSurns, Cuts and Itruiscs, it ha unequal.
Fer sale by H. 15. Cochran, druggist, I3J and
1:59 North (Jueen street, Lancaster, Pa.
THE ONLY MEDICINE
IN EITIIEi: T.IQUlil OK PltY FORM
TSiat Acts sit ttie Same Time en
and the Kidneys.
Tia'se steal organs are the natural cleansers
of the system. It" they work well, health
will lie perfect, if they become clogged dread
lul di--c:iaes are sure 10 fellow with
Ililiniixnrxit, Iftrttlacttt; Iti.ijwpsUt, .Taundirc,
Cnnti)itieH, J'ltri, Kulnri Uumpldint,
f.VfiW, Jiittbctrx, JHtciniiatic Pain or Achex,
arc developed because the bleed Is poisoned
with tlie humors that should be e.ielled nat
urally. KIDNEY WORT Will Restore
the healthy action and all these destroying
evils will lie banished ; neglect them and you
will live but te suffer.
Thousand have been cured. Try it and yen
will add one mere te tlie number. Take ltand
health will once mere gladden your heart.
Why suller longer Irem the torment el an
Why bear such distress from Constipation
and l'iies ?
KioxKT-U'eitT will cure you. Trv it lit once
and is; satisfied. Your druggist has It. Price
lie it is put up Iu Iry Vegetable Ferm, in
-lin cans, one package nf which make six
Cs" (luarls of medicine.
3"" Alse in I.hpihl l"orie,vcry Concentrated
k'a- for tlie convenience of these who cannot
flVrrcadily prepare it. if Yfe.'.i with rrttut
Kb' cjjlciriicy ill cither form.
Klil.S, l:li'!:.U:iS0 & t'O.j Prep's,
(Will semi the dry pest-paid.)
The (lii':iiifsf. mill lifwt lil'icit
.'.::.:."::.,; '" ourcuvie nuv
u? ' N. MILLIXEUY J
M. A. HOUGHTON'S,
i'f NOKT1I QUEEN STKEET.
PLUSH ALL SHADES.
SILK VELVETS, SILKS.
SATINS. FKINOES. LACES
The r'ine-t. Cheapest and
(Sreatesi Variety of
IN THE CITY.
1 1. HOUGHTON,
25 North Queen St.
CHRISTMAS GOODS 15ELOU COST-!
CHRISTMAS GOODS I5ELOW COST!
CHRISTMAS GOODS 15ELOW COST !
RATHVON & FISHER
Are selling etr their entire stock of READY
MADE CLOTHING below cost. Alse
FROM NOW UNTIL JANUARY 1st
CLOTllfNG made te order in the prevailing
styles and at medium prices'.
COR. SOUTH il:KF.Nand OKANfJi: NTS.,
RATHVON & FISHER,
Closing out at apical reduction ouriiiiuicnse
line of Novelties Iu Overcnatiiijv.
All the New and uie.t lc-.lialle Stylen
IX XEW COLORS AND CHOICE STYLES
Why net leave your order at onceaue.sreinv
an Elegant. Stylish, Well Made and Artistic
Cut Garment as low as al"(.
A LARGE LINE OF CHOICE
AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES,
THE ARTIST TAILOR,
121 N. QUEKN STRKKT,
TI t ! 1
MONDAY, OCTOBER lllli. 1SS0.
A Complete St-.ck of
which for elegance cannot !
Larjr.sl Assortment el
ENGLISH AND SCOTCH
in thii) city. Prlcei as low a.s tin: lowest at
Ne. 51 North Queen Street.
new ready for wale an Iiiiinciin:
Eall and "Winter,
are Cut and Tiiiiiine
We can jrive you a
1 in tlie ljitet
GOOD STYLISH SUIT
AS LOW AS $10.00.
In jrrcat variety, made te order at short notice
at the lowest prices.
0. B. Hostetter & Sen,
24 CENTRE SQUARE,
JtOliES, RIjAXKXTS, JtC
IGN OF THE KUFKAI.O IIKAU.
1 have new en hand the Lareest, Rest ami
Cheafkst AaseBTMitaT or Lined and Untitled
UVVr AI.O ROBES in the city. Alse LAP
AXD HORSE BLANKETS of every de-scrij-tlen.
A full line of
Trunks and Satchels,
Harness, Whips, Cellars, &e.
WEepalring neatly and promptly denc.-S
U)H North (JtirrH tit., Jrufer,