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T) ARGAINS ! IsABGAINSl!
SELLING OFF! SELLING OFF!!
Eathven & Fisher
Offer their entire-stock et
! Ready-Madc Clothing
at and below Cost, with a view et aiscontlnu aiscentlnu
iiiff 1 10 READY-MADE CLOTHING business.
anI devoting thctr attention exclusively te
P- CUSTOM WORK.
CLOTHING made prempUy te order, ana
!! MJSU11. in ,al ca80S guaranteed. A select
line of Cleths, Cassltncres, Worsteds, Coatings,
timings. Cheviots. Meltons, Overceatings.
Jnjfs.Ac., always en hand and orders re
ecituiiy solicited. Alse, a general Iin of
BATH VOX & FISHER
Merchant Tailors and Drapers,
Ne. 101 Neith Queen fet., Lancaster, Pa.
SPECIAL These in want of Ready-Made
Clothing will consult their own interest by
Kiving them a call before pnichasing else
where, as their Clothing arc mainly et their
own nuinufactuic and biibstantially made.
op 23-1 md
MONDAY, OCTOBER 11th, 1880.
A Complete Stock et
whiuh ler elegance cannot bu urp;ued. The
Largest Assortment el
ENGLISH AND SCOTCH
in this city. Price nt low as the lowest at
Ne. 51 North Queen Street.
Wu liar: new ready ler sale an Immense
Fall and Winter,
ivliicli :m Cut and Triuimcd in tus Latest
Style. Wc can give yen a
GOOD STYLISH SUIT
AS LOW AS $10.00.
In great vat icly, tnadu te order at short notice
at the lowest price-.
24 CENTRE SQUARE,
All in want or Fine or Fancy Cabinet Werk
would de well te call and examine specimens
el our work.
OFFICE FURNITURE A SPECIALTY.
15 J Kant King Street.
EOVKDEB8 AND MACHINISTS.
SHOP ON PLUM STREET,
Oitesits the Locomotive Works.
The subscriber continue te manufacture
BOILERS AND STEAM ENGINES,
Fer Tanning and ether purposes
Sheet-Iren Werk, and
O Jobbing promptly attended te.
auglS-lyd JOHN BEST.
TTTnOLKSAfE AMD KKTAIL.
LE VAN'S FLOUR
Ne. 227 NORTH PRINCE STREET.
Reaay Made Gletning
B. B. Hostetter & Sed,
en Fall Clethes.
Yeu are thinking of your clothing
for fall; what it shall be: hew and
where you shall get it.
Come and Sec Us.
Come and see us, or drop us a line,
saying what you want, as near as you
can. If you are here, you can see for
yourself a great variety of things, try
en what you like, and go home with
the olcTclethes in a bundle. That is
very easy ; and nothing can be mere
Net a Strange PiJk.cE.
It isn't as if you were geiug te a
btrange place. The chances are you've
been here before, and knew something
of our ways. Perhaps your neighbor
has been here ; and has told you it
was a geed place te go te. Perhaps
you've only read that we sell a geed
many clothes, and say te people who
buy them: Bring them back if you
don't And them every way te your
New this is really why we are net
strangers te anybody; because we
deal with everybody as with a neigh
bor; and expect him te come right
back if he has cause of complaint.
Jf you Don't Ckmk.
But, suppose you don't come. Hew
are we going te sail you just what you
want te buy, without your seeing
things beforehand ? Try ; write ; say
about hew much you want te pay for a
business suit, dices suit, overcoat, or
whatever you want ; say what your
occupation is ; say anything that has
any bearing ou what we eugh te send
you. It will net take us two minutes
te guess what you want ; if we don't
miess right, that's our less, net yours.
Have Yecn Own Way !
Perhaps you want your clothing
made te your measure. Did you sus
pect that we make te measure a half
million dollars' worth of clothing
every year for people we never saw
and never expect te see ? Yeu may be
very certain that we have a way of do
ing such work withent much risk of a
mislit ; for a misfit, you knew, comes
right back te us. We are pretty care
ful about making blunders when
we've get them all te make geed.
Ouit Way :
Our way of doing business is te
make the buyer welcome, at the out
set, te all the advantage and all the
guarantee he can ask for.
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Sixth and Market Streets.
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They arc made or 4JJ Inch Walnut Meulding
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203 WEST KINO STREET,
Epatic Owe ai
LANCASTER, PA., MONDAY.
MONDAY EVENING, OCT. 18, 1880.
Tbe Story or Jenes & Ce.
I guess pa and ma were pretty rich one
time, for when they came te Caliternia it
was en their wedding tour, and cost lets
came by the way of New Yerk and Wash
ington and Panama city, in a steamboat ;
and ma brought a maid te wait en her,
and pa had a servant named Jim ; and
when we get te California I say we. I'm
only fourteen new, but I was net born
then, though that don't matter, I guess
pa had lets of money. I was born at the
Lick house, and you ought te see my baby
clothes. Jenes & Ce. haven't the kind of
goods them was, because Maud has drag
gled them all te pieces. Maud is the baby.
Six years old, Maud is, and it won't be
long before she will be a clcik for Jenes &
Ce. First babies always have the nicest
things. Ma says first babies are like sec
But I am getting away from Jenes &
Well, I am of the opinion that after p.i
went into his house en Van Ness avenue
he went into stock, whatever that means.
Going into stock must be a curious busi
ness, and sometimes pa came home look
ing splendid, and wanted te buy every
thing, and laughed at ma for being se
mean, and net getting better clothes, and
then he wanted te drive in the park and
go te the theatre. One day he came home
with a brand new carriage and a span of
long-tailed horses, and coachman and foot
man. Then sometimes pa came home and
looked very blue, and talked about stocks.
and I began te watch pa, and noticed that
sometimes when he laughed the loudest
he looked as if he wanted te cry, and then
he sold the horses, and then the house,
and the furniture was sent te the auction,
and ma felt very bad, and pa wasn't like
himself any mere, and never told me sto
ries nor kissed me, and once when Maud
was asleep in his arms he kissed her and
cried, and when I told ma she said she
guessed pa did net feel very well, and then
After this we went te a bearding house
a nasty, musty bearding house. "Every
thing was well enough, only a bearding
house ain't like home.
Then the baby came, and it died and ma
almost died ; and I heard pa say te the
man that kept the bearding house that lie
was pretty light up, but was all coming
out right ; and the next day pa didn't
have any watch nor any sleeve buttons. I
didn't seem te notice it, because I saw that
maybe he had sold them te pay beard ;
and I heard pa and ma talk away in the
night, and sometimes ma cried, and pa
would leek in the morning just if he
hadn't slept a wink, and I don't believe he
had. Once it was dreadful. Pa came
home tips', and I never saw ma feel se
bad, never ; and then they talked it ever,
and finally ma went home te grandpa's in
New Yerk, with Maud, and I stayed with
pa te go te school.
Then pa kept getting worse, and werue,
and we went te live in rooms and cat at
restaurants ; and pa stayed out late nights
and I guess he drank mere than was geed
for him, and I thought something had get
te be done. Se I said te pa one day, "Pa,
let's go into business and open a store.'
And he laughed and said. What kind
of a store ?"
And I said, ' Oh, a candy store, or a
stationary store, or a thread and needle
store, just such as women keep and little
girls help in."
And pa laughed and said he would think
el it, and when he came home that night
I asked him if he had thought about it,
and he said he had net, and I said he had
better, and he said he would ; and that
morning he didn't go out, but stayed at
home and wrote ma a long letter.
Se next day I went into a stoic en Polk
street, kept by a nice old lady who had a
bad husband, where they sold everything,
and she said in French tltey called it "
gerie. I did net knew what she meant,
because it was French, and I asked her if
she did net waut te sell her stere, and she
"De you want te buy a stoic, little
girl?" And I said: "My pa does." And
she smiled and said she guessed the shcrill
would have a store te sell in a few days.
I said I would tell pa, because he knew
Mr. Nuuau, the .sheriff. It was one of
Mr. Nunan's men that bold pa's house ami
furniture for him.
And the next day I told pa about the
store, and what a nice etic it was. and he
had been a dry goods man once, and had
had a large store, and sold silk di ess goods,
and velvets and furs, and laces wertli
mere than a thousand dollars apiece.
I don't exactly knew what pa did, but I
think something "turned up" a few days
afterwards, for I heard him say he had
made a " raise," and he showed iue mere
than a thousand dollars in geld nud notes,
and for a day or two he carried them in a
side pocket aud mostly kept his hand ever
them, for fear they would jump out and
fly away ; and pa bought me seme shoes
and a hat, and stuff for aprons, aud I
inaae incm myseu, ami i never saw pa
leek se happy since ma went away, and
one day he said te me :
"Vevie, I have bought the store ou
Polk street, and you are te be my sales
woman and partner."
And sure enough, in a few dajs wc went
into the store, and ever the deer was a
great big sign of "Jeiics & Ce." and pa
said I was the " Ce." And when I said,
"And se pa, you are -Jenes?' he blushed,
and I guess he didn't like his old friends
te knew that he was selling needles and
thread aud taps aud things.
Wc had two snug little rooms in the
back of the store te sleep in, and I made
pa's bed and swept out the rooms and
tidied things. At first pa shut up the
stere when he had te ee down town en
business, but afUir a little while I tended
it, and when there were two customers in
the stere I waited en one, aud it wasn't
long before I could make change and sell
things almost as geed as pa could ; and by
and by when he went down town I tended
store, and we had splendid times. Wc
went out te a nice place across the street
for our meals ; I tended stere when pa
went, and pa tended stere wheu I went.
One day pa came in and looked dread
fully troubled, and then I said : "Pa,
ain't I a partner, and don't partner's have
a right te knew everything, and ain't you
hiding something about Jenes and Ce?"
And then I found out that pa had
bought tee many things for the store, and
that a note for $1,000 had te be naid, and
that's what made pa feel bad. And then
I thought and wondered hew I could get
$1,000 ; and I kept en thinking ever every
body that I guessed had $1,000, and every
one I guessed had it I guessed would net
lend it te pa. And then I thought of the
richMr. Floed, and said : "I'll go down te
his bank and get it, for he's get mere than
a thousand millions ; and down te the
Bank of Nevada the cellar is full of geld,
and of course he don't use it all the time,
and before Mr. Floed wants it I'll take it
back and pay the interest." And then I
jumped up and hurrahed for Jenes & Ce.,
took my best bonnet and put en my
gloves, took off my store apron and comb
ed my hair, and get into a car, went te the
OCTOBER 18, 1880
Nevada bank, told the clerk, I wanted te
borrow a thousand dollars ; and he laugh
ed aud said he guessed I had better see
Mr. McLanc. I asked who Mr. McLanc
was, and the clerk said Mr. McLanc was
the president and was in the back room ;
and I went into the baek room and Mr.
irl, what can I de for
And I said :
I want te borrow a theus-
Mr. McLane opened bis eyes and turned
his chair around and looked at me, and
said : " A thousand dollars," with as mnch
surprise as though a thousand dollars was
all the money he had in the bank. Then
I began te get scared and cried, and then
I told Mr. McLane all about pa and
" Jenes & Ce.," and what we wanted te
de with the money, and that I would pay
it back te him ; aud he looked kinder puz
zled, and asked me what pa's name was ;
and I told him, and where the store was,
and all about ma aud Maud, and hew the
I guess that was net very much like
business, and I don't knew what Mr. Mc
Lanc wanted te knew that for. Then he
looked at me again, and I guess he wasn't
going te let me have the money, when a
gentleman at the ether desk came up te
where I was sitting en a chair, and 3Ir.
McLane said :
"Well, Floed, what de you think of
this yeuug merchant ?"
And then I knew it was the rich Mr.
Floed ; aud I looked into his eyes, and he
"Let her have themouey; I will en
dorse her note."
Then I jumped tip aud kissed him, and
he kissed me ; and Mr. McLane made a
note for ninety days, and I signed "Jenes
& Ce.," and Mr. Floed wrote his name en
the back of it. I took the money away in
a canvass bag, that Mr. McLanc said I
must bring back, and I took the money te
pa ; aud didn't he leek surprised when I
poured out the great big twenty dollar
geld pieces en the counter ?
Then I told him what had happened at
the bank ; aud when I asked him if he
didn't thind I was a pretty geed business
woman after all, I guess he felt real
After this, I never see anything like it
such lets of carriages and such nice ladies
kept coming every day, and most all of
them traded with me, and pa was just as
happy as he could be. Jenes & Ce. was
making lets of money. When I took Mr.
Floed's money back, I just marched right
through the bank, past the "big counter,
into Mr . McLane's room, and I took very
geed care te let cleric that laughed at me
before see the bag. Mr. Floed was in there
aud Mr. McLanc aud I opened the hag. Mr.
Floed came up and laughed, and Mr Mc
Laeo laughed, and I heard Mr. Floed
tell Mr. McLane they would have the
lunch te-day. Aud then Mr. Floed told
me if I wanted te borrow money again, net
te go te any ether banks but come te his
and I thanked him, and Mr. 3IcLauc
bi ought my note cancelled by a great blue
"Paid" stamped across the face, right
ever where I wrote "Jenes & Ce." Then
I told Mr. Floed that when wc felt able te
send for ma I should come ever and bor
row some mere money, because I wanted
te buy a house for ma and Maud, se that
they wouldn't have te go into any mere
nasty bearding houses, and Mr. Floed said
I should have all the money I wanted.
When we sent for ma aud Maud, grandpa
gave ma the money te conic, and se we
didn't have te borrow any mere; and we
took a nice cottage, net very near the store
for pa didn't want ma te knew abeu', Jenes
fc Ce., though I was just eiazy te tell
Fei-hever.il days we fooled her. She
thought pa had a stoic down town, audi
was going te school. I told lets of iiUs
about being detained at school, going down
town, and all sorts of stories te account for
being home late.
One day who should I see coming into
the store but :na.
-' Have you any pearl shirt buttons little
girl ?" said ma.
"Yes ma'am," said I. looking her right
.square in the face.
"Goodness gracious!" said ma. "Is
that you, Vevie?"
I said : " Beg pardon, ma'am, what did
you want?'' Aud then ma looked at ine
I had a store apron en, and a small cap
like a French girl ; and because I wasn't
very high pa bought me a pair of wooden
brogans, with felt buttons, into which I
slipped my feet, and they made me four
or five inches taller : and ma stared at tne,
and then laughed and said :
" Oh, I beg your pardon, little girl ; you
leek se much like my daughter Genevieve
that I thought you was her."
Then I heard pa snicker down behind
the counter. He had seen ma come in and
he hiil. Just as seen as ma went out pa
jumped up and laughed, and said :
"Snatch oil" your apron and cap, Vevie,
and run round the block aud get home
before your mother."
I did se, aud when ma get home she was
the most surprised person yen ever saw.
We knew this thing couldn't last, and se
that night wc told ina all about the house
of "Jenes & Ce.," aud ma kissed pa aud
said he was a noble fellow, aud "just as
geed as geld," and that she "never was se
proud of him in her life," and fell te kiss
ing him aud te crying aud taking en .1
never saw ma act se foolish in all her life,
aud pa said she was " making love te him
Well, new the story is about ever. Ma
came down te the stere te help, At lirst
she looked kinder sheepish, especially
when some lady came in she had kuewn at
the Lick house ; but seen she get ever all
that and began te make bonnets, and we
had a millinery store, and then she insisted-upon
saving the exnense of a separate
house, and we moved te a larger store next
deer, with nice rooms fixed te live in, and
a nice show window for bonnets ; and lit
tle Maudic is beginning te be handy about,
and all of us work, aud we arc just as
happy as the days are long, and have lets
I have never seen Mr. Floed but once
since, when I went down te the bank un
beknown te pa, and told Mr. Floed and
Mr. McLane that any time they wanted te
borrow $1,000 "Jenes & Ce." would lend
it te them; and they laughed and said,
"Couldn't tell stocks might go down."
And then Mr. Floed said, "If all the peo
ple he had given and leaned money te
would pay it back as I had, he didn't think
he would get busted in a long time."
And then I saw the clerk that laughed
at me, and I smiled at him and bowed ;
aud since then he has been buying all his
gloves at the store. I told him I thought
he used a great many pairs of gloves, and
he said they were out very fast counting
money. He is dreadful particular about
his gloves, and if there is nobody in the
store but me, he is sometimes half an hour
picking out just the kind he wants.
Pa has bought a splendid geld watch a
real stem winder; and wc "Jenes &
Ce." have bought a nice large let out ou
Governer Sanferd's new cable railroad and
paid for it ; and if the times are geed this
summer, as pa thinks they will be, we
shall have a house of our own again,
where wc shall live in peace, die in Greece,
and be buried in a cake of tallow.
Tbe New Yerk Battle.
Democratic Unity en the City Ticket Af";
Grand Rally for Hancock.
Special Dispatch te the Times.
There has been some nervousness among
the Democrats outside of the movements
of the leaders about the purpose of Jehn
Kelly te prevent a union between the
Tammany and Irving wings en a munici
pal ticket, and the apprehensions have
given rise te all manner of absurd rumors
about Kelly selling out te Arthur te give
the state te Garfield.
All such charges in regard te Kelly are
utterly unfounded. He gave the most
positive contradiction te it himself, and
his friends have resented it as an atrocious
slander en their Tammany leader. Kelly
gave the emphatic assurance te your cor
respondent te-night that the municipal
ticket would be harmoniously adjusted en
Monday and that both sides would then
rival each ether in their efforts te carry the
state and ether needed states for Hancock.
It is new confidently expected that the
municipal ticket will be satisfactorily set
tled en Menday.and an address will then be
issued te the country by the united leaders,
that will electrify the Democracy and
make their battle for Hancock one of un
exampled enthusiasm, energy and determ
ination te win.
Kelly says that New Yerk is certain te
cast her electoral vote for Hancock, and
all the Democratic leaders are entirely con
fident of victory in the state if the cam
paign can be started with a thoroughly
united Democracy en Monday. They un
derstand that the battle will be one of the
most desperate we have ever witnessed,
but it is certain that Kelly means the
election of Hancock and that he docs net
doubt the success of the Democrats in his
Simultaneous with the rally in New
Yerk, there will a general rally along the
whole Hancock line in New Hampshire,
Maine, Connecticut, New Jersey, Penn
sylvania, Indiana, Illinois, Wisconsin. Cel
orade, Nevada and California, and there is
great conudence lelt at democratic head
quarters te-night that Hancock can be
elected with twenty electoral votes te
spare. The reports from Indiana are un
expectedly encouraging te the Democrats,
and the Pacific states ate regarded as mere
than likely te be solid for Hancock, with
the exception of Oregon.
The contest in New Jersey will begin
by the middle of next weelx, and a strong
reactien in favor of Hancock is positively
claimed. The alarm about the sacrifice of
the tn: i.'t'te party interests is growing and
the nxiie dispassionate protectionists be
lieve that the only safety for their cause is
in keeping it out of the present party strife
and trusting te the friendly efforts of tariff
men en both sides under the Eaten bill.
Reports from the most active manufactur
ing centres in New Jersey leave no doubt
that the foolish business scare will re
act powerfully within the next two weeks.
Unpromising as it may seem, I am as
sured that there will be a general and
earnest rally of the Hancock forces in
Pennsylvania. He is known te be con
siderably stronger than his party in his na
tive state, and they mean te contest it at
every step te save congressmen and employ
Republican money and visiting statesmen
at home. Yeu may depend upon it that
the struggle in Pennsylvania will wear a
very different aspect from what it does
new, a week hence.
Maine, Connecticut and New Hamp
shire will all be desperately disputed with
in the next two weeks, and New Hamp
shire is regarded as the most likely of the
three te vote for Hancock, while the ether
two will be contested with the determina
tien te win them. Jenes is a host in New
Hampshire, and his election as governor
is net improbable, while Hancock is re
garded as stronger than the stale ticket.
Beth sides seem afraid of Maine .and Con
necticut, and the party that carries them,
or cither of them, will earn the victory bc-
lore enjoying it.
The Republicans arc confident of Gar
field's election, but they confess te-night
that the race will be a desperate aud close
one. They admit that as seen as the Dem
ocrats rally, the Seuth will be solidified
for Hancock, and that they must carry
New Yerk te succeed. It is noticeable to
night that the certainty of entire unity be
tween Irving and Tammany en Monday
has gieatly sobered the leaders at Jewell's
headquarteis, but they count en the India
na tide te float them through, and still
claim a solid electoral vote in the North
VA. Ml' A HI A' UOOltS.
Fer hale at
SASHES FOR PARADES, TRIMMINGS FOR
SASHES, SADDLE CLOTHS, SHOUL
DER STRAPS, RELTS, 4c.
Neckties, Entirely New Styles.
NEW STYLE COLORS.
UNDERWEAR, GLOVES &c, &c.
E. J. EBISMA3SPS,
56 NORTH O.CEKN STKKET.
PREPARE FOR THE CAMPAIGN
We have Large Chinese Lanterns.
Wc have Muslin Flags et all sizes.
Wc have Streamers in abundance.
We ltave Deuble Portrait? of Candidates 22
by 18 inches.
Wc have Single Portraits at Se each.
We have In stock different sizes of
We have a geed supply of
We have Greek Fire.
We have Radues in Silk and Metal.
Wc take orders nnd supply all kind of
Equipments te Clubs.
D. S. BUKSK,
17 East King Street. Lancaster.
JtOJtES, BZAJfKETS, &C.
OIGN OF THE BUFFALO HEAD.
I have new en hand the Largest. Best aud
Cheapest Assortment of Lined and Unllned
BUFFALO ROISES in the city. Alse LAP
AND HORSE BLANKETS of every descrip
tion. A full line of
Trunks and Satchels,
Harness, Whips, Cellars, &c.
-Repairing neatly and promptly denc.a
108 North Queen 8tn ImnetuHtr,
Price Tw Cmte.
Opened this day a large stock of tbe above
geed, te whieh special attention la Invited.
Silk and Cotten Yelvets
FOR TRIMMING AND SKIRTS.
BLACK AND COLORED SATINS
FOR TBLMMING, fcc.
Black and Colored CashMeres.
We have all the above goods In f nil supply,
and te be sold at our usual Lew Prices.
Next Boer te the Court Heaae.
HAGER & BROTHER
have new open the latest novelties in French.
English and American
FRENCH PLAIDS, HANDKERCHIEFS,
SUITINGS, SIDE BANDS, CASI1MERE
FOULE, MOMIE CLOTHS, FLAN
NEL SUITINGS, Ac, Ac.
Have just, received from New Yerk Import
ers a line of Cloaks, Delmans nnd Jackets In
the Latest Style for Ladles nnd Misses.
Black and Celers, Plain aud
Fancy, lu Large
WWc invite examination.
New Styles or CARPETS.
New Styles of WALL PAPER.
New Styles of DECORATIONS.
New Styles of OIL CLOTHS,
New Styles of WINDOW SHADES.
New Styles of QUEENSWARE.
New Styles of DECORATED WARE.
New Styles of FINE LAMPS.
New Styles of GLASSWARE.
New Styles of CORNICES.
New Styles of CURTAIN POLES.
An Elegaut Stock in all Departments.
J. B. MAKTIH & CO.,
Cerner West King and Prince Streets,
CHINA AND OLAMSWARX,.
BRASS NIGHT LA3IPS,
GLASS HAND atitl STAND LAMPS,
FANCY PARLOR LAMPS.
NICKEL PLATED SAFETY LAMPS,
NICKEL PLATED LIBRARY LAMPS,
NICKEL PLATED HALL LAMPS,
NEW STYLE PARLOR LAMPS,
At priaes te suit everybody, at
HIGH & MARTIN,
Ne. 15 EAST KING STREET. .
HXHKY A. X1XJET
Attorney and CounseUer-t-Law
a Park Rew. New Yerk.
Collections made In all parts of the United
States, and a general legal business transacted
Refers by permission te Stcinman A Hensee
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