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Volume XYII-Jie. 71.
LANCASTER PA., ZICXDAY. N0VM3ER 22, 188(1
Price Twe teats.
Wanamaker & Brews,
There is iu Philadelphia a clothing house which has no double iu all the
world. The world is full of clothing houses ; and it is a geed deal te say that
one is unlike all the rest.
First, iu its dealing ; and it is surprising that one house should differ
aauch from another. Selling clothing is se simple a matter, that it is likely,
one would suppose, te be done in very much the same way in Philadelphia,
New Yerk and Londen. But Philadelphia is ahead ; and, curiously enough,
one house iu Philadelphia is ahead of all the rest.
Te be ahead in dealing is te deal ou a, higher plane, in a meic liberal
w:ty, te give the buyer mere well founded confidence, without less of the mer--:i:int
. safety. This Philadelphia clothing house says te a stranger : "We
wu te deal with exact justice. We want what belongs te us, viz. fair
profit ; and we want you te have what belongs te you, viz., a liberal money's
worth. Our way te arrive at this result is temark a price en everything we
'!,'. vrhieh price is absolute ; and te letfyeu buy what you like, go away and
t'aiDl: the baigain ever, audceme and trade back, if you want te. We find by
experience that this liberality is harmless te us. Of course, you like it. And
it makes quick and ready dealing. We don't want you te bring back what
j en buy it would cost us money every time ; but we would rather you would
biiag back than keep, what you don't like. Se, we try te see that you get
at first what you will like the better the mere you knew of it. This is really
the whole philosophy of our dealings." Is it any wonder that no ether clothing
Junise in this city, or New Yerk, or Louden, deals in the same way ?
cceuQ, iu its goods the amount and variety of them. There are ether
lieusds where excellent clothing is kept, and a great deal of it ; but there is
ueiie, anywhere, that keeps se much. The dealing related above has wen the
l.iTge&t trade thft world fcas yet seen. Te supply such a trade great quantity
and variety of clothing are required ; and these in turn increase the trade, be
cause everybody liks te cheese out of many things, rather than out of few.
This is the country of ready-made clothing. Great Britain makes the
most of any European country ; but there is net in all Londen any clothing
business a quarter as large as that of Oak Hall. New Yerk has several large
clothing businesses ; but no one nearly equal te that of Oak Hall ; Bosten
Loek back twenty years ! Have we done you geed service, or net? But
that is net what wc had in mind ; we were thinking of the clothes you arc go
ing te buy te-day. Shall wc sell them ?
WANAMAKER & BROWN.
e ik Hall, Sixth and Market,
WATT, SHAND & COMPANY
Invite ladies te examine laijjc purchases el Clearing Lets at less than Auction Prices.
OOLOEED DEESS SILKS,
Beautiful Shades, really wertlill, only 65c.
BLACK DRESS SILKS. Popular brand. 87c, $1, 1.25, L50, 1.751
POWDER CLOTH SUITINGS. IS inches wide, all wool; importer's price 80c; ours 62Kc.
1 : L AC K C AMI M E RES. Excellent Value, 37K. . 55. 62W, 73, 87c, SL L5&.
COLORED CASHMEKES. Deuble width; new shades 17c ; new scldTat 25c.
KL ANNEL SUITINGS. Desirable Celers, SOc te JL20.
PLAID DRESS GOODS and NOVELTIES. Largest Assortment and Lewest Prices.
LADIES' GLOVES. 300 dozen Heavy Lisle Gloves 23c; worth 50e.
CLOAKS, SHAWLS, OLOAKTNGS,
AT POPULAR PRICES.
NEW YORK STORE.
WATCIUSS, JJCttEUtT, C
Wi- de-ire te remind our friends that we have a completely equipped Jewelry Factory in
..miiiectien with our regular business and arc ready and able te make up any special piece of
Jewelry.. Persons desiring Christmas Gifts made te their own order will oblige us by leaving
i heir orders with us at aa early a date as possible. Estimates given for Masonic Marks, Se
cicty Pius Badges, &c.
Wc Jiaicbecuicd the agency et one of the largest importing firms iu the United i fates,
aud are prepared te furnish our patrons with Diamonds in Kings, Studs, Ear Kings, Lace
Pin?, i c. as low or lower than any New 1 erk or Philadelphia Arm.
. WELOjXG Oli HOLIDAY GIFTS.
V. c extend a cordial invitation te all te call and examine our extensive sleck of articles
suitable for these occasions, in Stirling feilrer. Fine fcilver Plated Ware, French Clocks,
our sleck of Watches embrace'' the Lancaster and ether leading American Watches.
Everv Watch sold is accompanied with a written guar antee.
B EPA HUNG. In addition te our former lacilitics we have added some ei the latest tin
inevci 1 nwchinery. nnl arc ready te de all classes of tine watch or ether repairing in our buw
ijCbS. Wc invite all te call, assuring them polite attention, fair dealing anil low prices.
EDW J. ZAHM,
Manufacturing Jeweler, Zahm's Cerner,
GAEFIELD VS. HATsTCOQK.
FALL CAMPAIGN OF 1880
New opened and the battle has commenced and rages fiercely, and while there may b
some doubt In the minds et many persons as te who will be the next President of the United
States, there can be no doubt in the mind of any person In want of CLOTHING as te where
can be bought the cheapest and the best, either in Ready-made or Made te Order.
MYEHS & RATHFON,
Ceatre Hall, Ne. 12 East Kiag Street, tke Great Clethlag Emperiam.
The second story room lspacked brim full with the greatest variety of READY MADE
OLOTniNG FOR MKN, YOUTHS, BOYS AND CHILDREN, all our own manufacture. They
are well made, well trimmed, and the goods arc a'l sponged before they are made up in gar
MEN'S AT.iL WOOL SUITS AS LOW AS $12.00.
Our Piece Goods fill the first fleer te Its utmost capacity, and is nicely arrange), a- le
give the purchaser the advantage et seeing the whole stock in a verv lieri spa re et t i nie. W
arc picparcd te make up te order at the shortest possible notice niid nt 11m ;mt-t lonnunble
uric. Our btOPk ha been bought for cash and will be sold at a very small ml y.imV. Jluv yenr
Clothing ut Centre Hall and save ene preflt. Call and cxnnilne itr ginnt stett jind vavenionev.
MYERS & RATHFON,
Ne. 12 FiST KING STREET,
SELL THEM ?
WATI HKNTT !
DAY'S KIDHEY FAD!
A NEW DISCOVERY.
That acts directly en the Kidneys. Bladder
and Urinary Organs, by absorbing all humors,
every trace of disease, and forcing into the
system pewerfal ana tealr.f.:l vegetable
Tonics, giving It wonderful -nrwer te cure
PAIN 1ST THK BACK. Side and Leins, Inflam
matien and Blight's Disease et the Sidneys,
Gravel, Dropsy, Diabetes, fcteae in t'ae Blad
der, Inability te lietaiu or Expel the Urine,
High Colored, S&aty e- Pitiful Urinating,
Deposits, Shreds or C.sts in the Urine,
NERVOUS AND PHYSICAL DEBILITY,
and in tact any disease of these great organs.
mx uvuius enurety ice uoueies anuuangeis ei
taking nauseous and poisonous medicines. It
is comfortable, safe, pleasant and reliable iu
its effects, yctpcwe.'xul in it- action. It can
be worn ai nil reasons, iu any climate, and is
equally geed for MAX. WOMAN UK CHILD.
Ask your druggist for it and accept no imi
tation or pubstitute, or send te us aud receive
it by return mail.
Regular Pad, t2; Special Ped, for Chronic,
deep-seated, or c ses of long standing, 93;
mer complaint, weak kidneys aud bed wet. I
ting, 41. jj ' n
iviiuurfn's rue. rcevenueu ami cure ei sum
Day Kidney Pad Company,
CHABLES X. CR1TTENT0N,
115 Fulton St., New Yerk.
$500 REWARD !
OVEE A .MILLION OP
French Kidney Pais
Have already been sold in this country end in
Prance: every one ex which has given perfect
satisfaction, and has neriormeu cures every
i time when used according te directions. We
new say te the ntaictel anr! doubling ones
that we wil pay the above rcvraia rera single
:nat the Pad fails te cure. Tliis Gra.t Itaaiedy
will Positively and Permanently cure Lum
bago, Lame Back, Sciutipa, Grave, Diabetes,
Dropsy, Bright's Disease et the Kidneys, In
continence and Retention el the Urine, In
flammation of the Kidneys, Catarrh of fte
Bladder, High Colored Urine, Pain iu tje
Back, Side or Leins. Nervous Weakness, and
in fact all disorders of the Bladder and Urinary
Organs whether contracted by private disease
LADIES, if teu are suffering from Female
Weakness. Leucerrliau, or anv disease el tiie
moneys, Bladder, or Urinary Organ-,
YOU CAN BE CUBED !
Without swallOTrtng nauseous medicines, by
FRENCH KIDNEY PAD,
: THICH CURE BY ABSOKPIION.
I AvkyourdruggistferPKOF. GUILMETTE'S
1 FRENCH KIDNEY PAD, and take :ie ether.
I If he lias net get it, send $i and jeu will rc
I eelve the Pad by return mall. Fer sal by
JAMLS A. 5TE1L23
Odd reJJOTTs1 Hall, Columbia, Pa.
.' Sold only by GEO. W.HULL.
' Druggist, 13 W. Kiug St., Lancaster, Pa.
Prof. Guilmette's French Liver Pad.
Will positively cure Fever and Ague, Dumb
Ague, Ague Cake. Billiens iever, .Jaundice,
Dvsnensia and all diseases of the Liver,
Stomach and Bleed. Price $L50 by mall. Send
! for Pret. Guilmette's Treaties en the Kidneys
and Liver, free ey man. Auaress
FRENCH PAD COMPANY,
JPaJWEB MAK01XGS, Xc.
, HAVE A LOT O
Geed Patterns, that will be closed out at the
low price et fifty cents. These are a decided
bargain, as some have been reduced from one
dollar te fifty cents apiece.
PLAIX WINDOW SHADING by the yard.
Blue, Garnet, Brown, Old Geld, Lavender,
Cardinal, Brown. Ecru, Green aud White
Spring Fixtures, Fringes, Leeps, Tassels, Ac.
Opening almost daily New Dcsigns'ef
Our stock is Large and Attractive, of the
The Best, Simplest and Cheapest made.
PHARES W. FRY,
Ne. 57 NORTH QUEEN ST.
BOOKS K1 8TA.TI0XEMT.
N ELEGANT LINK OF
NEW STYLE PBAMES,
NEW STYLE EASELS,
NEW PANEL PICTURES,
l; m. flynn's
BOOK AND BTATlOyUBY STORC,
Ne. 48 WKST KING STREET.
Schools of Laucasler City,
NEW AITD SECOND-HAND.
Ai Mie LOWEST PliTiti vi thf Henk tOlu Of
JOM BAER'S SOB,
15 and 17 S08TH QOEKN STREET,
JIOOXS AXI nei:.s.
hoots, sneKs ani lasts
made en a new princlpl, intir
lug coDiien jer me icei.
Ti'"VYI,C l.ast niR'lc le enler.
MjJJXiJ MILLEB, -
MONDAY EVENING, tf OV. 22, 1880.
Mrs. Hepkins Attends the Cbarcb of Uie
Hei j Presence.
a. D. 1885.
Fer the ixiEixiexvcxB.
It's six months since me and 'Opkins, as
is my 'usbaud, come toDercaster from
Hingland, and what Hi was gein te speak
about 'appencd net long after me and -'Op-kins
was settled in ear 'euse en Seuth
Quince street, as Hi'm sere, what with
the red carpet and curtains, would de your
'art geed te see, but if it was six years Hi
couldn't forget it, that Hi couldn't, thre
nivcr 'aving seen nethin' like it hafere and
Hi 'epes Hi may niver hagin.
As it 'appees, Hi was reading te 'Op
kins one hevenin? iu the Mies Bringer
which we 'are took reglar since bean in
Dercaster, thre wanting te see the Hin
glish news, as is werry convenient en the
hinside, w'en all at once Hi reads as Saint
Judes church was going te be called the
church of the 'Oly Presence.
Says 'Opkins w'en Hi reads 'ira this :
" Wetiver is that for, Maiy," he says.
Hi couldn't rightly hezplaiu, but Hi
made as if Hi knewed about it and Hi
"Most like its te please some e' them
werry 'igh church people as is hollers in
'et water," Hi says. "Heur parson at
Saint Hann's iu Louden was 'igh chureb,
'Opkins, but there's another kind of 'igh
church Hi've 'eard as is no mere like the
kind we 'olds with nor tummits is like
cabbages, witch you knew they isn't, 'Op
kins." . "He that is it?" says 'Opkins, puzzled
like, for he takes things slew, does 'Op
kins ; "go hen with the next."
Se then Hi reads him about a 'errid
murder as was in Paradise, and 'ew a
farmer cut.heff 'is wife's head and 'ides it
in a barrel, the' Hi don't see 'ew he 'ad
the 'art te de it, thre' 'aving a quarrel
hover witch 'ad topped the most tobacco
that day : as the wife says she 'ad, as Hi
'avc no doubt was se, peer thing!
"Say that hagin," he says te 'er terrible
like, and w'en she says it he 'its 'er en
the :cad as kills 'er heutright, as held Jim
Flite, as was iu hour room then, de say
was quite right, as she 'ad no business te
contradict er 'tuband, witch is werry hun-
christian, tajs IU.
Haftcr tiiar Hi didn't think no mere
about the ulrurch of the 'Oly Presence,
thre "aving se many things as was mere
him poi taut, till one day, as might be a
week later, a young woman as said she
lived en West Apple street, come te see
me, and she says te me, " Mrs. 'Opkins,
be you a a church woman?" "That Hi
am,' Hi says, " and se is all ray fam
ily, the Hi can't say as much for 'Opkins
as 'ad one sister a Methody and another
as married down iu Kent as was a Ranter.
" Be you Igh says she then.
' Parseu was at Saint Hann's, in Len- j
deu, where wc used te go reglar, least
ways w'en we 'adn't bean drove of a Sat
" Hi don't believe that was the kind,"
says she." "Hi should 'ave said, "was
you a Haugle-Cathelic ? Hi gees," she
keeps hen, net giving me a chance te han
swer, " te the church of the 'Oly Presence
as Mr. Day is rector of. "Won't you come
te 'ear 'm of a Sunday, Mrs. 'Opkins ?"
Hi said as Hi would, right willingly for
she was a werry pleasant spoken young
woman, as looked werry hinuecent, and Hi
'adn't beau te church then in Dercaster,
thre' net rightly knowing where te go,
and she said as 'ew she would step for
me come next Sunday.
Hi says te 'Opkins as wasn't in the room
then, as Hi was going te a Hanglo-Cath-elic
church come next Sunday.
"Ne," says 'Opkins' " no wife of mine
shall go te a Catholic church," and he
stamps 'is feet.
" Kew 'Opkins," Hi says, " don't be a
feel. Hi said Tan'o-Cathelic. witch is
quite a different thing as Hi'm sure you
ought te knew," Hi keeps en werry dig
nified. " Well, says 'Opkins," 'ave your hewh
way Mary ; Hi shall go te Saint Jona
than's with Jim Flite," and he didn't say
no mere the' Hi could see with alf an
heye as he didn't like it of me.
Well w'en Sunday come, as was agreed
by me and the young woman as calls her
self Miss Carter, we gees te the church of
the 'Oly Presence. W'en when we gets
into the perch Hi was that beat thre'
it bean a long walk from Seuth Quince
te North Luke street, that I stept te take
breath before Hi gees te sit down. Just
then the young woman she points te a lit
tle stand, forgetting Hi wasn't 'er
sort as she said afterwards, as 'ad
some water into a queer shaped basin and
Hi thinking she wished me te take some,
thre' the day bean 'et for the season and
'avin 'ad a long walk, hepens my mouth
wide like, for the bowl 'ad a hedd shape as
Hi said before and takes quite a swaller
w'en she ketches 'old of my harm and says
she quite 'errified :
'"Mrs. "Opkins you've -drinked the 'ely
"Laws ! 'ave Hi ?'"saysHi, wishing my
self eme and thinking 'ew lucky as no one
helseas in the perch, "Hi niver 'eard as
they 'ad that hentside them Popish church
es. Hi 'ope no 'arm will'appen te me, thre'
drinking of it," Hi says.
"Owiver, the young woman she didn't
say much but leads the way into the
church. There was a geed many cresses
stuck abeni, ni notices, but Hi knewed
their was no 'arm in tbcm thre' there
bean one at Saint Tlann's, the' Hi didn't
rightly sec the geed -of 'aving se many,
and Hi was just going te say se w'en the
young woman .sue arep- ou ucr Knees suu
dent like and 'eps up hagin hafore Hi
fairly knewed what she was at, aud then
Hi sees we was right iu front f what she
all.-thc hallar, as 'ad two big wax can
dles a burning en it the' it was bread day
and net necdert for ltcht. with bother
tiling- a looked quftp jrnvgrpeiiR. TIipji
we sits down the' Hi felt as if Hi didn't
justly knew where Hi was, thre' drinking
the 'ely water, and the "naltar and the
hether things as Hi never saw in a church
" Aven'fc yea mistook the place ?" Hi
w'ispers, but she shakes 'er 'ead with a
Just then the ergin strikes up and right
through the middle cf the chnreh comes
first two little boys in red dresses and
short surplices as wasn't se becoming te
'em as their hewn jackets and trouser
would a bean te my thinking, swinging a
sort of dish in front of 'cm as 'ad smoke
coming of it that thick Hi almost choked.
Everybody gets up at this and in comes
mere boys in red and purple dresses, and
then some men with surplices a carrying a
banner witch 'ad a woman hen it as the
young woman says was the Blessed "Wir-
gin. juentna -em an comes ?.ir. Day, as
'ad abig yellow cress en 'is back s. reach
ing most te 'is 'eels as was most gorgeous
te bc'eld. They was all singing quite beau
tiful te listen te as Hi'ra sure Hi niver
! 'eard anvthink sa
sweet, baud w'enever
they comes te a cres3 for they gees
round and round thechiueb, as Ei should
'are said before witch was quite heftens,
down they peps hen tlisir knees, does
hevery mother's son of 'etc, and then gets
up and gees te singing aud marching
hagin. W'ile Hi was wondering 'ew long
this was te be they comes te a 'alt in the
chancel, but what they does hafter that Hi
couldn't tell if Hi was te be 'ungto-mer-rer,
for they gets up and down aud bows
te each .ether like, till Hi says te the
young woman as Hi was getting dizzy. Hi
tries 'ard te de like 'or, but w'en they gets
te Belief, as they sings it there, Hi was that
beat Hi sits right down and Hi quite for
gets te put my money en the plate when
they comes te " Let your light se shine."
Bimeby a bell heu the halter begins te
tell, and the young woman says, w'en Hi
basks 'er wetiver that was for, as it was
for the helevatien of the Blessed Sacra
ment. Then there 'as mere bowing and
the little boys in red dresses walks round
werry free a swinging their brass dish
with the smoke as just poured from it,
and then all get into line aud gees out
singing most beautiful, like when they
come in. Hafter that we gees flout and
Hi notices as we gees thre' the perch, as
heverybedy gees te the 'ely water bowl
wich the sexton must 'ave filled it, since
Hi drinked the most of it before, and
dips their fingers into it, cautious like, as
if it might be 'et, and makes a sigh as the
young woman says was a hact of faith, as
Hi'm sure Hi niver saw nethink like it,
and Hi didn't like te hask 'er wetiver was
the geed e' that.
As me and Miss Carter walks 'orae te
Seuth Quince Hi says te 'er :
" Yeu 'ave been werry kind, 3Iiss Car
ter," says I, "but Hi don't think as Hi
can go with you te the Church of the 'Oly
Presence no mere. Hi 'olds te prayer
book, as does 'Opkins, and Hi don't think
the 'Oly Presence people de."'
! " He yes, we de," she hanswer3,
, warmlike, w'en Hi says this, " we 'olds
j te prayer book, tee, but we are Hanglo Hangle
, Catholics as wishes te de like the primi
I tive church, Sirs. 'Opkins."
" Well," Hi says, " H'm gla 1 Hi was'nt
' brought up like they, the' meaning no
hofi'ence te you, as Hi'm sura Hi likes
from the first. Hi nivcr 'Iteard nethink of
the primitive church hafcre, and no mere
'as 'Opkins and me, and 'Opkins thinks as
'ew what we 'have bca?. brought up te is
geed enough for us."
Wen Hi gets 'orae Hi sits down en the
first chair as comes te, aud the' it was that
'ard thre' 'aving no cushions, as Hi'm
sure Phare's art wasn't nethink beside it,
as 'appy te be where Hi needn't 'ave te be
getting up and down no mere as niver was.
Says 'Opkins, as said he 'ad just come
from Saint- Jonathans, as ?as Mr. Bighter
for parson, " 'Ave you had enough of your
new Hanglo-Cathelic religion ?' he says.
" Yes, 'Opkins," Hi hanswer-s, lawful
solemn like, for Hi feels just then he 'as
the best of me, " Hi have ; it's worse nor
bean a Methody or a Ranter, like your sis
ters, as many is the lime Hi 'ave said te
you as Hi didn't niver want te 'car of
A Geed Man Gene.
Old Bice Jeans Williams Dead.
In Indianapolis Gov. Williatrs died at
12:30 o'clock en Saturday. He was ill en
the day of the presidential election, but
his illness was net considered dangerous
until within the past three or four days. His
disease was inflammation of the bladder,
with which he has been afflicted for about
fifteen years. His funeral will take place
at bis farm near Wheatland, in Knox
county, where he has resided for forty
years. The time for the funeral has net
been definitely fixed, but it will probably
take place en Wednesday. His remains
lie in state te-day. Gov. Williams's wife
died only a few months age at his farm
home in Knox county.
James Douglass Williams was born in
Pickaway county, Ohie, January 10, 1808.
He was the eldest of six children, who
came te Indiana shortly after it was ad
mitted te the Union. In 1831 he married
and has lived en the farm he then occu
pied ever s'nej. He was a successful far
mer, acquiring possession of ever two
thousand acres of some of the finest land
in the state. In 1843 he was first elected
te the state Legislature. He served raven
yeais in the Heuse and twelve in the Sen
atea length of legislative experience
never equalled by any citizen of Indiana.
In 1835 he was elected a member of the
state beird of apiculture, which, with
Jeseph A. Wright, he helped organize.
He served upon it 16 years four as presi
dent. He was elected te Congress from
the Second district in 1874, receiving the
unprecedented majority of 8,000. He
made himself a reputation in the Heuse
as a strict economist. While serving his
term in the Heuso he was nominated for
governor. In the famous campaign of
1S7U, he defeated ucn Harrison by 5,000
vetcn. He was candidate for United
States senator against Morteu in 1872.- He
was a man of marked appearance. His
tall, ungainly figure was well known
everywhere, and will be regretfully missed
from private life and from the councils of
state by men of all parties, who respected
the rugged honesty and 'simple virtues of
the man. He was one of the pioneers of
the state who broke ground' ard "felled
weeds for ilip advance of a civilization that
did net forget te honor him. and which he
repaid by fathful and unselfish service.
Gov. Williams will be succeeded by Isaac
P. Gray, lieutenant-governor. Gray was
a Republican until 1873, when he became
Liberal, and then joined the Democracy.
He was unanimously nominated for the
office in 1878 and 1830. He will serve less
then two months when Gov. Perter will
take his seat. His accession te the gov
ernor's chair complicates the organization
of the Senate. It is a tie politically, ' and
Gray's rote was expected te settle the
matter. v itheut him a dead lock is prob
able, which would delay the inaugura
tion of the newly, elected officers.
A Just Trlbutt te Htm.
Governer James D. Williams, was the
man known te the country as "Blue
Jeans" Williams. His real character and
ability were little understood outside the
state where he lived and attained honors.
He was really one of the remarkable char
asters of his time. Bern in Ohie seventy-
two years age, he went te Indiana when
he was ten years old, and settled in Knox
county, in the southwestern part of the
state, where he continued te have his home
te the time of his death. He grew up in
the wilds, get his education in the leg
school houses, where merely the simplest
things were incompletely taught, and early
fell into the life of a farmer ; this
humble pursuit was always his beast.
In 1874 he was 'nominated for
Congress iu the Second district aud elected
by a majority of nearly eight thousand,
the largest ever given for a caudidate in
the district. The Democrats had control
of the Heuse in which he served, and
Speaker Kerr, who knew his Indiana neigh
bor as no one about Washington knew Dim,
put Mr. Williams at the head of the com
mittee en accounts. His services in this
capacity at once attracted the notice of the
country, and he drew the sarcastic atten
tion of some of the newspapers by the dili
gence with which he watched the great and
small extravagances and the .thoroughness
with which he applied his homely remedies.
His was net a character te make fun of,
however, and in the important contest of
1876, when the Democrats fully under
stood the importance of carrying Indiana,
Mr. Williams was nominated for governor.
The canvass was one of the hottest known
in the history of the state, and Williams
was elected m October by a majority near
ly as large as that given a month later for
Tilden and Hendricks. He was serving the
term for which he was then elected when
he died. It was during that campaign that
he became known abroad as "Blue Jeans"
a nick-name civen him en account of the
kind of clothes he sometimes were. With
out the greatness of Lincoln, Governer
Williams's character was strikingly like
that of Lincoln. He was scrupulously hon
est and sincere in all that he undertook
and unaffectedly homely and simple in ev
erything. All in all, Indiana had no bet
Over tbe Hills te the Bene Yard.
Straiebt te tub Bene Yard people go who
neglect tee long the danger signal of approach
ing consumption, a hacking cough, itut with
Dr. Tlemas' Kclcctric Oil for a safegunrd the
peril is averted. It is superlatively line rem
edy also for rheumatism, piles, soreness, hurts
Ac Fer sifle by II. B. Cochran, druggist, 137
and 139 North Queen street, Lancaster. I'a. 45
Jacob Smith, Clinten St.. Buffalo, say, he
has used Spring Blessem in his family as a
general medicine for cases of Indigestion, Bil
iousness, Bewel and Kidney Complaints, and
disorders arising from impuritiescf the bleed,
he speaks highly or its efficacy. Prices : SO
cents, trial bottles in cents. Fer sale by II. B.
Cochran, :druggist. 137 and 139 North Queen
street, Lancaster, Fa. tt
Irs. Lydia E. Pinkham,
OF LYNN, MASS.,
Her Vegetable Compound the Savier
of Her Sex.
Health, Hepe and Happiness Re
stored by the uso'ef
LYDIA K PINKHAIVrS
The Positive Cur Fer
All Female Complaints.
This preparation, as its name signifies, con
sfats et Vegetable i'repevtiea that are harmless
te the most delicate invalid. Upen one trial
th: merits of this compound will be recognized,
n3 1 t'lir.t is immediate ; and when its use is con
tinued, in ninety-nine cases in ahur- .ed. a
permanent cure Is effected, as tJ'e.iupc vvi'l
testify. OuBceountents i.tiven u e.'.i i
te-day recommended aut. prescnueu iy me
best physicians in the country.
It will cure entirely the worst form of tailing
of the uteius, Lcneorrkem, irregular and 'i.iin
iul MeninUK.iei all Ovarii'n T.'eub e , In
flammation f. v. Ulceration, Floedings. v.ii iis
phiccments and the consequent bpinn1 weak
negq, and U especially adapted te the Change
In tact it has proved te be the greatest and
best remetlv idi has ever been discovered. It
permeates "everv portion of the system, and
aives new 11 ''c and vigor. It removes faintness,
flatulency, destroys ail craving or stimulants,
and relieves weakness of the stomach.
It cures Bleating, Headaches, Nervous Pros
tration, General Debility. Sleeplessness, lie lie
Jiressien and Indigestion, i'hflt feeling of ocar ecar
ng down, causing pain, weight and backache,
in always permanently cured by its use. It
will at all times, and under tH circumstances,
act in harmony with the lr w that governs the
Fer Kidney cemptainta of either sex this
Compound is unsurpassed.
Lydia E.Pirkham's Vegetable Compound
isj prepared r 233 and 233 Western Avenue,
Lynn, Masi. Prices!. 8Ixbo.!csiei5. Sent
by meil.u ihe ..0-.n et nll'e. also in the form of
lozenges, ei . .". v6i r.:cc, $1 r,erbex. for
either. Mis. P.'. .4iAMlreelyanwoi-lllet-tcrsefincnl.y.
oc.'t.xe. rmpiilet. Address
as above. " JZeaiieii ."; pzjer.
Ne ramilv b.f th. ..-! "i.her.t LYDIA K.
VVSKUA.V. c -f 'RViLL1-. j.Vvcme Con
stipation. J3.I cusi"s and Terpk Ly of the
Hver. 25 cents per box.
Johnsten, HoJleway & Ce.,
Geaeral Agents, PUIadelpkla. .
Fer sale by C. A. Lecher, 9 East King street
and Gee. W. Hull, 15 West King street.
TTKADQUAKTERS FOB PURE COXFEC-
JtL TIONS FOE TIIE HOLIDAYS AT
JOSEPR R. ROYER'S,
50 AND 52 WEST KISG ST.
I can new offer te the trade and public a
description, at the very lowest market rates,
FRUITS, NUTS, Ac. and a LAItGE STOCK
OF TOYS of the NEWEST DESIGNS. Large
and small Cakes baked dally. Ice Cream at
WEDDINGS AND PARTIES 8EP.YKD AT
MAIL ORDERS promptly attended te at the
same rate as if the person ordering were
present In person. Cull and sec my stock.
SReineinbcr the place
m AND .-.2 WE"T KING 8TBF.ET.
nlSJmd JOS. R. UOYEK.
Hep Bitten ar tM Phtm mad Best
Bitten ever made.
Tney are compounded trem Depa, Bucliu.
Mandrake and Dandelion. the elt.cn. best;
Rnd most valuable medicines in ten werl.l
and contain all tte best and mre; curative
properties of all ether Bitters, be 2r t-e ?reat-e-t
Bleed Purifier, Liver RcraUu)., ril Lire
and Health Restoring Agent en earth. Xe dis
ease or ill health can -.xwaiblvlens exist where
these Bitters are used, se varied aud perfect
are their operations.
They give new lite and viar te the aged and
infirm. Te all whose employments cause ir
regularity of the bowel or urinary ergunm, or
who require en AppAtizev, Tonic and mild
Stimulant, these Bitters r-e invaluable, being
ldghly curative, tonie and stimulating, with
Ne matter what your feelings or sj-:nptrti
are, what the disease or ailment is, me Hep
Bitters. Don't wcit until you nic sick, but it
you only feci bad e.- mkerabte. afe t'ae Bitters
at once. It may save your li'e. Hundred
hr.Te been saved by se dein;. J-S500-e3i
wi'I be paid for a case thm- will uet cure or
De net ufler yourself or let your friends sut
ler, but use ant' urge them te use Hep llitteis.
iiememeer. nep uiiterH wne viie urtiggeu.
drunken nestw.ui. bat the I'urust and ttest'
Medicine ever m:ue: the " Invalid' Friend
and Hepe," and r.e person erfamily should be
without them. Try tbe Bitters te-duy.
Hep Bitters Manufacturing Company,
Rochester, Xew Yerk, and Terente, Ontario
new ready for sale an liuineuic
Fall and Winter,
arc Cut and Trimmed
We can give you a
in the iutcst
GOOD STYUSH SUIT
AS LOW AS $10.00.
Iu great variety, made to.erdcr ;
at tne lowest prices.
:t short netic
D. B. Hestaner & Sen.
24 CENTRE SQUARE,
FALL lira I til.
MONDAY, OCTOBER 11th, 188(1.
A Complete Stock ei
which for elegance cannot be surpassed. The
Largest Assortment of
ENGLISH AND SCOTCH
in this city. Prices as low as the lowest at
Se. 51 North Queen Street.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in ?M l:ini'u of
LUMBER AND COAL.
49Yard: Ne. 420 North Water and Prlncn
streets above Lemen. Lancaster. nWyd
COAL! COAL! COAL! COAL
Ceal of tne Beat Quality put up expressly
for family ue, and at tbe low
est market prices.
TRY A SAMPLE TON.
- YARD ICO SOUTH WATER ST.
nc'-iMyd PHILIP SCHU3I. SON '& CO.
pOAl.! COAL! COAL!!!
We have constantly en hand all the uit
grades of COAL tiiat ure In market, which u
are selling p "ew as any yard In the city.
Cell and gel "ir prices before buying else
where. M. F. STEIGERWALT & SON,
s27-lyd 2M NORTH WATER STEE LT.
C0H0 & WILEY.
HBO NORTB WATJSU ST., Lanetutrr, I'a.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
LUMBER AND GOAL.
Connection Witb the Telephonic Exchange.
Branch fAce : Ne. 3 NOBTH DUKE ST.
Fer geed, dean Family and all ether kind
of COAL go te
RTJSSEL & SHULMYEB'S.
Quality and Weight guaranteed. Orders re
OFFICE: S3 Eat Kiag Street. YARD:
618 North Prince Street.
REILLY & KELLER
GOOD, CLEAN FAMILY COAL,
aud all ether kinds et Ceal.
IMannre by the car lead at Philadelphia stock
yaid prices. Farmers and ethers in v.ant et
And It te their advantage te mil.
nv'. narrisxnrg rw. (
!Uf( -"$ Kast Chcftiinrrct. s