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LANCASTER, PA., WEDNESDAY, DECEMUElt 29. 1880
Plriee Twe Cents.
Volume XVIINe. 101.
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JOHN HAXAXfAKEB'S STOBE.
THE HOLIDAYS AT
CHESTNUT, THIRTEENTH AND MAlfKET STREETS,
AND CITY HALL SQUARE, PHILADELPHIA.
X There is newhercin Philadelphia se v:nicla
collection et rich goods as here such us l:it It
ers, mothers, brothers, sisters levers, leek for
h little later.
There is an end even of Gilts. Our collection
Is large enough ami rich enough, one would
suppose, even for a less frugal city than
Philadelphia. The'e goods aie are new at the
hcighlel thefrglery. The choicest of them are
here; ethers will conic of course ; hut the
choicest arc going.
Whaliseiial-y te the purpe-c, buyers aie
new about as many as can lie comfortably
served, and the throng will be denser every
fairday till Chilslmas.
rpeiLET KU UXI.SIIIXG.
X Sachets, tidies, lani-shadcs, pin-cushions,
boxes, in wit in and plush, embroidered and
FIrl circle, .soul hwcsl from the centre.
Duchesse vest with Point medallions, $.V ;
the same may be seen elsewhere at $70.
Nine counters, .southwest from the centre.
., J-1.35 te (l.VI.ee, all guaranteed.
City-hall sij uare entrance.
X. New room, new toys.
Outer circle, west of the Chestnut stieet en
JL A catalogue et books may be had at Un
hook counter. We want every reader te hive
it. The list of children's lieliduy b;x.ks is es
Second counter, northeast from the ecu tie.
There are two general styles, one cle-cd
at the back, the ether epen: the latter is known
asceat-hmair.sstyle. In detail ettrimiuing then;
Is great variety though there is also marked
simplicity. Jiivat variety in cloths tee. $'..
te fctt. '
Cloaks, foreign and home-made. Our collec
tion is unprecedented, whether you regard va
riety, quantity or value. A lady who buys a
clea'k of any sort in Philadelphia without
looking these ever misses the best assortment,
perhaps, in the whole ceuntrv. .Wi te $iV).
Southeast corner of the building.
Misses' coats in mere, than 70 cloths,
tshapes and decoration beyond counting.
Sizes 2 te in years.
Ulsterettes in ." cloths ulsters in 8 cloths and
liavcleeks in cloths. Sizes f. te Hi.
Southwest corner et the building.
UNDERWEAR AND HOSIERS.
We have the best goods the world albnds,
and the next best, and the next, and seen.
There is no place anywhere, where 3'eti can
see se large a collection el thcdillcreiit grades
et goods, all passing for what they arc, and
nothing ter w lint it is net, cotton ler cotton,
mixed ler mixed, wool for wool, silk ler silk.
JOHN W A XA MA K E It.
Outer circle. Chest nut st ret, entrance te
Thirteenth street entrance.
It New Embroideries arc already in. Our
stock is new in the condition you expect te
find it in at New Year's, i, r. the spring novel
lies are here.
Third circle, southwest from the centre.
The choicest luxurious carpets: the most
substantial carpets: the. lowest prices: punc
tual service. JOHN WAXAMAKEK.
Market .street fient, up stairs.
Evening silks in t'.ie Arcade, east side.
The same and man v ether pat terns are within.
Next outer circle, southeast from the centre
I M BROIDERIES.
It Our next spring's novelties in embroi
deries arc just new received; they usually
cemnt Xew Year's.
J OH X W A X A M A K E K.
Next outer circle, seut Invest from t he cent re.
Laces change daily. Our sales arc large,
our variety always large, anil but little et any
one sort. "Compare prices". A quarter below
the market is net uncommon.
Nine counters, southwest from the centre.
W Such it block of foreign cloaks as Phila
delphia has net ltcferc seen, $10 te $250: shawls
near by : dresses up stairs.
Southeast corner et the building.
Furs of all sorts arc going fast. They wen!
fast last year and advanced in price as the sea
son advanced. They are going up again. e
shall net raise prices till we have te buy. Ex
pect te find here whatever you want, from a
bit el trimming up.
Thirteenth street entrance.
niUTS AND ULSTERS FOR CHILDREN.
j Net se great variety as for ladles: but j
much larger than any wnere e:se ncre.
Coats. 2 tell years: in thirty diuerciit mate
rials, di-.il), blue anil brown cords with fleecy
black : cellar and culls et plush ; also in ten
camel's hair cloth, trimmed with seal-cloth.
Coats, 4 te 10 vcar. : In thirty cloths, trim
med with plain stitching, plush, seal cloth,
chinchilla fur and velvet, $2 te $10.
Ulsterettes, fi te 10 years ; in five cloths, with
seal cloth cellar and culls.
Ulsters, 0 te 10 years: in eight cloths, trim
med Willi plush stitching, heed and plush.
Havelecks. I te It; years: two styles,
iinvci rr fk'rni vi: '
D Our trade isj usl what it ought te be for
the lncilitlesand advantages we enjoy.
East et central aisle, near Market street.
CHINA AND GLASSWARE.
Tackloeng preclain, plates only. Ter din
ner or dessert, five patterns, $25 te $30 per
Haviland dinner sets ; Camillc. pattern, $110 ;
elsewhere. $200. Tressed, $140 ; elsewhere, $200.
Tressed with Moresque bonier and decoration
or grasses and butterflies, $225 ; elsewhere.
$275. The latter is in the Arcade, Chestnut
street entrance, te-day.
Table glassware, English, Strawbcriy-dia-mend
cut ; every article required for the table
useful or ernamenial.
Northwest corner et the building.
And a great variety of ether kinds. Alse
pocket books, embroidered leather card cases,
cigar eases, 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'S
MONUMENTAL TtfARBT.F. WORKS
788 Mera eueen Street, Lancaster, Fa.
MONUMENTS, HEAD AND FOOT STONES,
CEMETERY LOTS ENCLOSED, Ac.
All work guaranteed and satisfaction g: en
I n every particular.
N.B. Remember, works at the extreme end
1 North Queen Btreet. m30
I " 1IFTS.
I VJT Te buv Holiday GUta early la goon" ad-
i vit-c : The best trade is early ; and the best
trade carries off the best things.
I JOHN WAXAMAKEK.
4 LFRED WEIGHT'S PERFUMES.
J HIS Mary Stuart is probably the most
lasting el all the agreeable perfumes; none or
tiie foreign ones approach it- It is very rich,
strong and full of life; it isagieeablc te mere
persons, probably, lliftn any ether ierfumc.
Wild Olive is next in popularity ; this also
is singularly powerful and lasting. White
Ke-e is delicate and lasting.
We keep the preturrcil odors of all the first
class perfumers, such as Lubiu. Bailey, Atkin
son and Coudray ; but of Alfred Wright's we
Bring an uni-t-rfuuied handkerchief; anil
you shall hive a sample of any odor you wish.
First circle, northwest from the center.
10LOKED DRESS GOODS.
i The following, just received, are away
down in prices : French Camel's hair, 47 inch.
$0.75 and .83; French cheviot suiting, silk ami
wool, 45 Inch, $0.75; French feule, all wool, 28
By looking out for such opportunities a lady
may often save halt.
Nine counters, Thirteenth street entrance.
A lady wanting any of the following will
be obliged for the mention of them; Silk and
wool Satin tic Lyen, 85 cents ; silk faced
veleurs. $1: niemic cloth, 75 cents ; damasse
drap d' etc, $1.50 ; damasse cashmere, $1.25.
All the prices except the first are probably
below the cost el manufacture, and even the
flrsi may be.
Next outer elide, southwest from the center.
riMMMMlXG FOR DRESSES AND CLOAKS.
J. Our trade requires the largest and freshest
stock of these goods, fringcs.passcuicnterie or
naments, girdles, tassels, spikes, rings, balls,
buttons. We have novelties net te be found
Next outercircle, northwest from the center.
O A lew shawls are shown in the Arcade ;
gentlemen's dressing gowns and smoking
jackets in the same case. Mere arc within.
K.'.si ! the Chestnut street entrance.
Our work-room is full of preparation, se
lull that we cannot crowd 11 iaster. we nave
ready, also, a large stock of finished garments,
fur and fur lined.
We have sacqucs and dolmans in sealskin
dyed in Londen we have none but London Lendon Londen
d veil seal. We have them in great numbers,
ainl, of eeiir.-c. inallHi7.es Including extremes.
Prices, from $125 le"$ii0.
Londen controls the seal market et the
world There have been two advances in
price si nee our furs were bought. We chall
net advance till we have te buy again ; we
have net advanced at all, as yet.
We have, at $1B, seal sacques such as you
m ill leek in vain for elsewhere at the price.
Fur lined circulars and dolmans in very
great variei v. We use mostly Satin lie Lyen.
gres-grain, arinureand brocade silk and Sicll-(-une:
ler liieurnin-, Henrietta and Drap
d'Ete. The latter are made loonier only.
We have everything worth having in sets
trimmings, relies, gloves, caps and the thou-saii!-:ini-ene
little things that arc kept in the
Thirteenth street entrance.
Fell, allcolersand variety of styles, 50c te
I $t.i" ; llaiiuel, black, blue, gray, brown and
' scailcl, $2.51 te $5.75; satin, black, $1.75 te
1 $iii.5ii : satin, bine, scarlet, brown and black,
$ 12.50 te $20 : Italian cloth, black, $1.23 te $5.
, The variety is very great.
J JOHN WAXAMAKEK.
i Southwest corner of the building.
I JOYS' OVERCOATS.
Netice these two sau-.plcs:
Blue chinchilla sack, velvet cellar ana de
tachable cape, lined with Farmer's satin, born
buttons. filJiti, Is there another such coat te r
$fi.50? We have sold hundreds et them.
r.rown-red-and-eld-gold diagonal ulsterettc
soft wool lining, sleeves linedwith a durable,
silk-slrapeil fabric, horn buttons, $8,50.
These are but but specimens of many. It
they seem inviting, ethers may be mere se.
See them. JOHN WANAMAKER.
Central aisle, next te the outer circle, Mar
ket street side.
RIBBONS AND MILLINERY.
Ribbons and Millinery, you knew, we
have much mere of than any ether house.
North of Thirteenth street entrance.
j A very great variety of the finest linens,
a cry great variety et staple linens, and the
lowest prices in Philadelphia.
Outer circle. City Hall Square entrance.
I IN EN HANDKERCHIEFS.
j New goods just received from abroad. AVe
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.
lO The very linest English and French hand
kerchiefs and Mutllers; handkerchiefs $1.25 te
$2.50: niulllcrs, $1.50 te $1.50. Elsewhere they
an; sold for a e carter mere, at least.
JOHN V ANAMAKER.
Second circle, southwest from the centre.
Every individual article et Merine or
Silk Underwear that we buy we examine te
see whether the bulleus ure sewed en securely
and whether the scams are right and properly
fastened. If anything is wrong, back the gar
ment gees te the irakcr, or we right it at ills
Such has been our practice for a year and a
hair. Is there another merchant in" Philadel
phia who docs the fame, or who waU-hes the
interests et his customers in any similar way?
Defects may escape us neverthless. Y'en de
usaiaver, iryeu bring back the least impcr impcr
fcclien le be made geed.
Outer circle. Thirteenth street entrance.
1VL Our assortment of all muslin undergar
ments is as full as at any time of the year ; and
when the demand for such is net generally
strong we are often able te buy at unusual ad
vantage. Wc have very nearly the same goods
the year round : but prices vary mere or less.
New, for example, probably, there is net te be
found in this city or in New Yerk muslin un
dergarments equal le our regular stock except
at higher prices. We knew et no exception
Southwest corner of Iho building.
De you knew, many arc net of Rubber.at
all, and are net waterproof? We sell as many
as all Philadelphia besides; real articles only;
and guarantee them.
Central aisle, near Market street entrance.
Brick-Set and Portable
HEATERS and RANGES
EAST KING STREET.
CHRISTMAS GOODS BELOW COST:
CHRISTMAS GOODS BELOW COST!
CHRISTMAS GOODS BELOW COST :
RATHVON & FISHER
Are selling off their entire sleck et READY
MADE CLOTHING below cot. Alse
FROM NOW UNTIL JANUARY lsr
CLOTHING made te order in the prevailing
styles and at medium prices.
COR. NORTH qUEENandORAKGE MS.,
' RATHVON & FISHER,
Closing out at a great reduction our immense
line of Novelties in Overceating.
All the New and most Desirable Styles
IN NEW COLORS AND CHOICE STYLES
Why net leave veur order at enceand secure
an Elegant, Stylish, Well Made and Artistie
Cut Garment as low as S20.
A LARGE LINE OF CHOICE
Ellisii si Scetcb Ife
AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES,
THE ARTIST TAILOR,
121 N. QUEEN STREET,
MONDAY, OCTOBER lltli, 1880.
A Complete Stock et
which for elegance cannot be surpassed. The
Largest Assortment et
ENGLISH AND SCOTCH
in this eity. Prices as low as the lowest at
Ne. 51 North Queen Street.
We have new ready ler sale, an Immense
Ml and Winter,
which are Cut and Trimmed in the Latest
Style. We can give you a
GOOD STYLISH SUIT
AS LOW AS $10.00.
In great variety, made le order at short notice
at the lowest prices.
D. B. Hosteller Sen,
24 CENTRE SQUARE,
HEAUOUAKTEU8 FOB PUKE CONFEC
TIONS FOlt THE HOLIDAYS AT
JOSEPH R. ROYER'S,
50 ANO 52 WEST KING ST.
I can new offer te the trade and public a
large stock et Pure Confections of every
description, nt the very lowest market rates.
FRUITS, NUTS, Ac., and a LAKGE STOCK
OF TOYS of the NEWEST DESIGNS. Large
and small Cakes baked daily. Ice Cream at
WEDDINGS AND PAETIES SEHVED AT
1IAIL ORDERS promptly attended te at the
same rate as it the person ordering were
present in person. Cell and sec my stock.
49Bemembcr the place
50 AND 152 WEST KING STREET.
-M-amd ' JOS. K. ROYER.
2Lam astrr I-ntriltarnccr.
WEDNESDAY EVENING, DEC. 29, 1880.
SUL'ItCE OF UMiKCOGXlZED OUOTA
TIOXS. Pilfered Authers Hew the World Takes
Their timid Things Without Giving
Credit Kewritlng ShaK
speare. Londen Queen in a vet-eat issue says :
"Tiie English language is from time te
time enriched by striking phrases and
hapny turns ei expression, which take
such deep ami sympathetic root in the pop
ular vocabulary, and enter into such com
mon tthe, that their authorship is almost
invariably overlooked. -Many et them are
regarded somewhat in the light of prov
erbs, and aie treated as though they be
longed te no one in particular, but te soci
ety at lat tie ; and none of these te which
we allude aie usually invested with these
lUYCiicu commas l inei: i ijuuuimuuk
they are in reality entitled. Thus does the
wet Id rob and then forget its benefactors.
Shakspeare was, of course, was a large
coiner of these sayings ; but, siuce iu these
days theie is but little danger of his repu
tation being injured, wc may leave him
aside while we iceall a few unrecognized
quotation-, front less carefully tended auth
ors. Of the.-e Samuci Butler is perhaps euc
of the most neglected. " True Blue," for
instance, is se ordinary a phrase that wc
seldom stay te make inquiries about its
origin ; yet ve might, if wc looked, Jind
that the author of " lludibras " used it te
characterize, net the Tery of his day, but
the Presbyterian. He also it was who, as
far as we have been able te discover, lirst
introduced the expression, " the main
chance,'" in its modern meaning. Have
a eate of the main chance,'" he wrote ; and
Dryden, possibly copying him, caused one
of the characters in " Perseus" te exclaim,
"lie vaieful still of the main chance." AVe
speak of a sharp witted fellow "outrun
ning the ci nistii hie ;'" and again wc are
unconsciously beholden te Butler's
1'ricud Ititlpli, tiieu ha-t
Outrun the constable at hfjl.
And once mere we echo him when we
speak of "getting the wrong sew by the
car," for he wrelc. ,4 Yeu have a wrong
sew by the car."
A net her similarly ill-treated author is
Alexander Pepe. Ve pass ever such com cem
patativcly well-recognized quotations as
"Feels rush iu where angels fear te tread;"
but it is net generally remembered that he
gave us the c.xpicssieiss "dirty work" and
"poetic justice." The one occurs in the
' Epistle te Aib'tthnet " and the ether iu
the " Dunciad." His age was indeed pre
lilic of telling phrases. iJcan Swift, in
The Tnle of (he Tub, lirst alluded te bread
as " She stall' of life ;' Dryden, in (Ktlipun,
lir&t originated the idea of "a green old
anil Tope himself was the author
llainii uitli lain! niuisc, assent with civil leer,
And, without Miecriiifj. teach the rest te sneer,
as well as the still were hackneyed
Who shall decide when doctors ilWiigrcc.
nd Mmiidc-d cuMiUisdoubtlikcyeii and me".
Yet extracts from far mere widely read
books than Pepe's ".Meral Essays"' arc
daily quoted without recognition. When
we speak of "a feast of fat things," it
may be that some of us rightly attribute
the phrase te its author, the prophet
Isaiah ; but it does net appear te be as
generally remembered that "death in the
pet' comes in us from the second book of
Kings, and "darkness which may be felt"
is tlie literary property of the author of
the book of Exodus A plav is entitled
"The Mighty DeMar." Vhy u'et "al
mighty'.'" for the name is obviously bor
rowed front Washington Irving', who, in
" The Creele Village," wrote of "the al
mighty dollar, that object of universal de
votion throughout the land."' The quota
tion is well-nigh forgotten ; and that per
haps is the i canon why it is incoherently
cited. The same may be said of ethers.
Most people cherish an idea that some one
once, wrote of " Beauty when unadorned
adorned the tue.-t ; " but the text, as given
iu Thompson's "Setseii." really is :
Need- net the l'eiei.411 aid of ornament
P.ut is, when uuaderu'd, a.leru'd the most.
And the same way Prier's
Fine by decrees and beautifully h-.-
is commonly deformed and transformed ;
and Cowper's reieicucete
Tlic cup-! that cheer but net inebriate,
is usually rendered as referring te one cup
only. We are, however, wandering a lit
tle from our subject. Otic stereotyped al
lusion te the brevity and infrcqueiicy of
angelic visitations may be traced te any
euc e!" some three or four sources. Merris,
in "The Palling " wrote :
Likeaii,el" vi.-dts, -hert and bright.
This was about the year 1711; and Biatr,
in "The (."rave," wietc later of
LiUe the-e of anjrel.-s liert and far between:
The expression "a dim religious light"
may be found in .Milten's "Pcnsero.se,"and
the commenly-icpcatcd saw that "ab
sence makes the heat t grew fender." is te
be disceveted in T. II. Bay ley's song,
"Isle el Beauty."'
Celley (Jibber, as almost every one is
aware, took into his head that he could
greatly improve upon Shakespeare's trag
edy, A7w7 llklttird III., and in the pur
suance of this idea he made various addi
tions te the play, many of which have,
curiously enough, entered, as it were, into
the language. Among l licsu wc may no
tice, "Se much for Buckingham!"
" Richard's himsell again!"' and "My
soul's in arms and eager ler the fray ;"
but in spite of them, Mr. (Jibber's tinker
ing, though gratefully tfdepted by mere
than one great actor, has new fallen into
well-merited disrepute. In criticising
Leitl Beaeenslield's speeches hostile pa
pers are fend of making effective refer
ence te "apt alliteration's artful aid," but
they seldom, if indeed ever, allow
Churchill, the satirist, any credit for the
phrase. Mr. O'Connor, tee, if wc remem
ber rightly, has written of the Conserva
tive statesman as "the gay Lothario of
"peli ics." Hew many persons, wc wonder,
recollect that thcerigitia! "gay Lothario"
is one of the characters in Kewc's tragedy,
I " The Fair Penitent?" Then, again, the
"phrase "comparisons are odious" is
almost invariably written without quota
tion marks. It eccursin Burten's " Anat
omy of Melancholy " and also in Herbert's
"Jacuia Prudentum," and Shakspcarc,
in "Much Ade About Nothing," says
"comparisons arc odorous." A literary
journal of some standing recently made
itself a laughing-stock by remarking that
this was net classical English a quite
suflicient proof that even he whom Ben
Jehnsen called "sweet swan of Aven" is
net as well known as he ought te be.
The origin of the term " the midnight
oil," is hard te trace ; but it occurs in
Quarlcs, in Shcnstenc and. in Gay, and
was probably invented by the first. "Devil
take the hindmost" opens another diffi
cult problem ; but.pcrhaps, Beaumont and
Fletcher may claim the phrase, which was
used in later days by Butler, Prier, Pepe,
Burns, and half dozen mere. "Diamond
cut diamond" is traceable te Ferd's Lener's
Melancholy, where it may be found in the
form "diamonds cut diamonds;" and the
expression "neither fish nor flesh nor geed
red herring" seems te belong te Sir H.
Sheers. "Turn ever a new leaf," says
Hiddieten, iu Anything for a Quiet Life,
and it was Mrs. Malaprep, iu Sheridan's
The BitaU, who first owned the "soft im
peachment." Oliver Goldsmith, iu The
Geed Matured Man, wrote " measures.
net men, have always been my mark;"
and Burke, doubtless alluding te the pep-
ulaiity of the phrase in his days, spoke of
" the eant of ' uet men, but measures.' "
Te Milten we ewe the saying that
Peace hath her victories.
Ne less renowned than war :
and it was Goldsmith again, who. iu She
Steeps te C'engucr, introduced us te the
" very pink of perfection." Every one
must be acquainted with the amusing epi
sode of Tweedledum and Twccdledee, as
described by the clever author of " Alice
in Wonderland ;" but few arc aware that
the quaint names were originally coined
for the benefit of Handel ami his enemy
Bouenciui, and it was Byren who wrote :
Seme say, cempur'd le Uonencini.
That Mynheer Handel's but a ninny :
Others aver that he le Handel
l-i scarcely fit le bold a caudle.
Strange all this difference should be
'Twist Tweedledum and Tweedledcc.
Yet, after all, there was a real and sub
stantial difference, for Handel's name will
never forgotten, while that of Bouencini
may be said never te have lived at all. It
was Thomsen who first spoke of "teach
ing the young idea hew te sheet," aud it
was Bacen who enunciated the aphorism
that " Knowledge is power."
An Era of Geed Feeling.
Louisville Courier Journal.
Sectionalism, which is compounded in
about equal parts from pre.vineiaIi.sm and
partyism, produces, iu its outer manifes
tation, many icpicscntativc types.
There is the theoretic sectionalism like
Whitclaw Reid, and there is the inflamed
sectionalism like Wendell Phillips. There
is the motherly old Saircy Gamp sectional
ism like Jeseph Mediil, atul there is the
wilful, bc-dam'd-if-hc-den't-be sectional
ism like Murat Halstead. Then we have
the morbid, philosophic sectionalism like
the wicked partners of the Truly Geed
Richard Smith ; the frisky sectional ist,
like Jim Blaine ; the slobbering section
alism like Henry Ward Beecher : the
lierv, untamed sectionalism like Beb In-
gersell ; and cold, crafty, aud calculating
sectionalists, like Roscec Colliding aud
Jehn Sherman ; and finally, quite a riff
raff of echoing, second-hand fectietialists,
like President Woolsey, of Yale college.
Such babbling, pharisaic seelieiialisls as
Beut well aud the Southern idiot who pro
poses Jeff Davis for next president id" the
United States are net worth mentioning ;
which reminds us, however, that, at the
Seuth there is but one sectieualist of ua !
tienal reputation. j
Rebert Toombs is a sectieualist "en .
principle." He is neither a provincial nor j
a. partisan. A man of large brain and
travel, lieh. obstreperous, aud vain hav- ,
ing enjoyed all the honors his sectional- j
ism is a play of etic charactci aud one act; 1
for he is a pet-seu that does net care
whether school keeps or is dismissed, and
is perfectly willing te perform en occasion
for these who will make the most of him. j
Yet, 011 the whole, he is quite as sincere '
as the Northern sectionalists we have '
named, which is le say that, where lie is
net wrong-headed, being always perverse, '
he is simply acting the part set down
upon the bills by conceit aud thrift. j
We de net mean te be undcistned as ex- j
pressing the opinion that all scclienalists 1
sire insincere, for that would be te make !
no allowance for the existence of honest
feels in the world. Leaders, however, I
have no right te claim immunity under J
this head : and, as -sectionalism is streaked ;
through and through with ignorance, they .
can only plead interest or malice. Indeed, '
they themselves betray a certain con
sciousness of this, for they aie perpetually
shifting about and about, varying then
tone and their posture, making one excuse
te-day and another te-morrow, as if
ashamed, as they ought te be, of their '
narrow and prescriptive spirit.
When we quit the leaders an I go in
search of sectionalists among the rank and
file we find of course plenty of them,
North and Seuth. But there is this dif
ference in favor of the Southern ever the
Northern sectionalism The one is full el
aggression sweeping iuhis asseitieus, in
discriminate iu his charges, aud backed by
the newspapers of his section and the en
ginery of the government, aiming first te
prescribe then te ruin, and finally te ex-,
terminate. The ether, whatever his faults
his short sightedncss, his het temper
and his lack of information is at least the
defender of his manhood and his home,
and thp, habits, the customs, and' the tra
ditions thereof. If the Seuth does net be
come an Ireland, it will net for the reason
that the Republican party has net done all
it could te make it se. It will net become
an Ireland. It is destined te be rich aud ,
strong; and it will ewe its wealth 1
and power te the sturdy defeuss
it has set against the mad devices
of sectionalism, which, but for the
character of the Southern people, would
have etc new engulfed the whole country
iu destruction it planned for a part.
Happily the Seuth, as a section, is out of J
the weeds. The coming administration ,
can de uething te the Seuth which -v ill
net hurt the Republican party mere than
it will hurt the Seuth. It will carry into
elfect it will attempt te carry into effect
the blatant jabber of its sectional advisers
at its peril. Frem a partisan standpoint
we can afford te invite it te let itself in en
just as stalwart a line as it likes. Wc can '
afford te dare it, te defy it, te despise it.
Nay, wc can even afford te support it when-'
ever it has the right en its side. But there
is euc thing we cannot afford. We cannot
afford te have the wrong en ours. j
The Seuth has a start new and a geed 1
one. The election of Garfield has done at j
least one excellent thing. It has extin '
guished in the average Southern heart
the expectancy, the hope of ofScev It has j
turned the Southern mind te business. Te
realize en this latter, the Seuth has te
rely upon herself, and the time has ceme
te put forward, sincerely and energetically ;
the agency and the arts of peace. There
is as little crime in the Seuth as in the
North ; but that is beside the purpose.
The are ciimcs among us which are con
spicuous and transparent, and wc need
te address ourselves te these. Above all,
however, we need te suppress seutimcntal
politics and politicians, te discourage
blatherskites aud blathcrskitiug, te
lengthen the tail and curtail the
ruffle upon our skirt. There has
been a geed dial of waste or
raw material; and, as we are going
largely into manufacturing, we maj
as well begin te ccouemize. He will get
en best in life who knows most, and knows
it accurately. The sectionalists of the
North have for years deceived themselves.
Deceiving themselves, they have misled
us. Let them take the federal machine
and run it exclusively, while we bestir
ourselves, and when wc have grown rich
and strong they will have dene se ill with
it, that, if we care te, we can buy it. We
can, meanwhile, qualify ourselves for na
tional administration by geed local admin
istration iu the Seuth. Te this end has
sectionalism come, that it is making feels
j in the North, who howl, and wise men at
the Seuth, who work, foretokening in the
future a complete reversal of relative
The " era of geed feeling," about which
we hear se much, is sheer slush and gush.
Anytime these ten years there ha been
geed feeling enough for all practical pur
poses. There will never, peruaps, come a
time when sectionalism will net be mount
ed by sectionalists te serve some party
purpose. Te day it is tlie North and the
Seuth. Te-morrow it may be the East
and the West. The meaning of it is that
in a free land parties exist and ought te
exist. Only imperialists and mollycoddles
want te abolish patties. Party feeling in
deed should be checked. Partisan rascal
ity should be punished. Politicians
should be taught that, because a man be
comes a party leader or manager, he docs
net necessarily cease te be a gentleman ;
and that, no matter what party we belong
te, we arc still fellow-citizens, who, against
a foreign enemy, put our country above all
party, and, iu home affairs, require of all
parties decent observance of the rules of
common honesty curieut among men.
I.eware. De net let your Driursist palm off
en von any new. cheap remedy for eelds when
you inquire for Dr. Unit's CeiiRhSyrup or you
will be disappointed. Price cents a bottle.
Ge te II. It. Cochran, druggist, 137 and 139
North tjueeu street, ter -Vr. Freeman's Xeiir
National Dyes. Fer brightnessand durability
et color are uiicqttuled. Celer from 2 te .1
pounds. Price, 15 cents.
A Geed Study.
The proper study et mankind is man. and
the proper cure for sick Headache and Bilious
ncss is Spring Illessum. Price 50 cents, trial
bottles 10 cents.
Fer sale by II. II. Cochran, druggist, 137 and
irw North Queen street, Lancaster, Pa.
Itching Humors, Scaly Humors, Bleed
Humors, speedily, permanently and
economically cured when physicians
11 ml all ether methods fail.
What are bkin and Scalp DNeae but the
evidence cf internal Humer ten times mere
ditlicult te reach and cure, which floats iu the
bleed and ether fluids, destroying the delicate
machinery of life, and tilling the body with
foul corruptions, which burst through the
skin in loathsome eruptions?
CuncuitA Ukselvent, the new ISloed Purilier,
internally, Cetici'ra, 11 Medicinal Jelly, assist
ed by theCuTicim.v 51 kdicinalakd Toilet Sexr,
externally, have performed the met miracu
lous cures et Itching, Sealy and Scrofulous
Humors ever recorded in medical annuls.
Kc-zema Kedext. F. II. Drake, esq., agent for
Harper .V Urethers, Detroit, Mich., gives an
astonishing account et his case (Eczema ito ite
dent), which had been treated by a consulta
tion of phvslcians without benefit, and which
speedily y ielded te the Cuticura Remedies.
Salt Ituisuji. Will McDonald, 25f2 Dearborn
street. Chicago, gratefully acknewlcdgesa cure
of Salt Klieuin en head, neck, face, arms and
legs, ler seventeen years ; net able te walk ex
cept en hands and knees for one year; net
able te help himself for eight years ; tried hun
dreds of remedies; doctors pronounced his
case hopeless : permanently cured by the Cu
Kingweiim. Gee. W. Mrewn, 48 Marshall
street. Providence, K. I., cured by Cuticura
Remedies et a Itingwerm Humer, get at the
bather's, which spread all ever the ears, neck
and face and for six years resisted all kinds of
S. A. Steele, esu., Chicago. III., says: "I will
say that beterc 1 used the Cuticuka. Kkmedihs
I whs in a fearful state, and had given up all
hope of ever having any relief. They have pei pei
fermed a wonderful cure ler me, and of my
own free will and accord. I recommend them.1'
Cuticuka ItnMKDira are prepared by WEEKS
As POTTKlt, Chemists and Druggists, MOO Wash
ington street. Hosten, and are for sale by all
Druggists. Price ler Cuticcua, a Medicinal
Jellv. small boxes, 511 cents; large boxes, $1.
Cuticcra Kcselvknt, the new Itloed Purilier.
$1 per bottle. CtrrtcunA Medicinal Toilet
eai Si cents. Cuticuka MedicixalShavike
Se.vr, 15 cants; in bars ler Harbers and large
consumers, 5 cents.
MZAU mailcilrce en receijrt of price.
.sasfekd's Kadical Cure, Catarrhal Sol
vent, and iMrueVEO Imialeii, wrapped in one
package, with full directions, anil sold by all
druggists for one dollar. Ask for Saxkerh'b
from a simple cold or intlucnza te the rot ret
ting, sloughing and death of the senses et
Smell, Taste and Hearing, this great remedy is
supreme. Poisonous mucous accumulations
are removed, t he eatirc membrane cleansed,
disinfected, seethed and healed, constitutional
ravages checked.the bleed purilied of catarrhal
poison, deepened in color, and strengthened
in lite-giving properties. Thus, externally
and internally, in accordance with reason and
common sense, does this great, economical
remedy work, instantly relieving and perma
nently curing tlie most aggravated and dan
gerous forms et hi'inan snttcring.
Ucncral Agts.. WEEKS & POTTEK. Bosten.
JJelIins' Voltaic Electric Plasters.
Mere continuous and powerful electrical
action is obtained from Cellins' Voltaic Elec
tric Plasters than any fi battery made. They
are a speedy and certain cure for Pain and
Weakness et the Lungs, Liver, Kidneys ami
Urinary Organs, Itheumatism, Neuralgia,
Hvsteria. Female Weakness. Nervous Pains
aiid Weaknesses, Malaria, and Fever and Ague.
Price Si ct. Sold everywhere.
RI0W1D COM SYRUP!
A Pleasant, Safe, Speedy and Sure Remedy for
Colds, Coughs, Hoarseness-, Asthma. Influ
enza, Soreness et the Threat and Chest,
Bronchitis, Whooping Cough, Spit
ting of Bleed, Inflammation of
the Lungs, nnO all Diseases of
the Chestand Air Passaged.
This valuable preparation combines all the
medicinal virtues of these articles which long
experience lias proved te possess the most
sale anil efficient qualities ter the cure of all
kinds of Lung Diseases. Price 25 cent?. Pre
pared only and sold by
CHAS. A. LOCHER,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGIST
NO. 9 KAST KINU STKfcET. el6-tfd
O LI DAY GOODS
HULLS DRUG STORE
I'L'UE BOHEMIAN TOILET SETS,
KICIILY CUT AND ENUKAVED
A Large Variety or Elegant ODOR CASES
and STANDS, PERFUMERY BOXES. 4c.
Alse an Extensive Assortment of
Toilet and Fancy Articles,
BRUSHES, COMBS and MIRROR TOILET
American, French and English
nd a variety of ether gceds suitable for
Presents.'of which tny Stock is larger
than ever beterc.
Gr. W. HULL,
: Ne. 15 WEST KING STREET,
If you arc suffering from peer he:dth. or
languishing en a bed of sickness take cheer,
Hep llUtent Will Cure Yea.
It you are simply ailing: if you feel weak
and dispirited, without clearly knowing why.
Hep Bitters Will Kevlve Teu.
If you are a minister, aud have overtaxed
yourself with your pastoral duties; or a
mother, worn out with care and work.
Hep Bitten Will Restore Yeu.
If you arc a man et business, weakened by
thesiraiu of yeurcveryday duties: or a man
of letters, toiling ever your midnight work.
Hep Bitters Will Strengthen Yeu.
If you aru young, and suffering from any in
discretion, or are growing tee fast, as is often
Hep Hitters Will Relieve Yea.
IT yen are in the work shop, en the farm, at
the desk anywhere, and feel that your system
needs cleansing, toning or stimulating with
Hep Bitters Is What Yeu Need.
If you are old. and your pulse is feeble, your
nerves unsteady, ami your faculties waning.
Hep Bittern will give you New Life and
Hep llitiers Mniiul'ut'turius Company,
Rochester. New Yerk, ai'd Terente, Ontario.
THE ONL.Y MEDICINE
IN EITHER LItjUlD OR DRY FORM
That Acts at the Same Time 011
and the Kidneys.
These great organs are the natural cleansers
of the system. If they work well, health
wlllbeperlect, if they become clogged dread
lul diseases are sure 10 fellow with
Biliousness, IleatUichc, Ifispcpxiu. Juunttiec,
Constipation, Files, Kiilne.i Complaints,
ir (flee, jstuvrt ujt, jiff t u tniun (fffi iff .'(,
are developed because the Meed is poisoned
wiin me numers 111:11 suetiiii ie c.pcnc!i nat
urally. KIDNEY WORT Will Restore
the healthy action and alt tliee destroying
evils will be banished ; neglect them ami you
will live but te suffer.
Thousands have been cured. Try it ami you
will adil one mere te the number. Take Hand
health will once mere gladdi 11 your heart.
Why suffer longer from the torment et an
Why bear such distress from Constipation
and Piles ?
Kidkev-Wert will cure you. Try it at oace
aud be satistied. Yetlr druggist lia It. Price
.83- It Is put up iu Wry Vegetable Ferm, 111
43Tlin eans, one package of which makes six
4S- quarts of medicine.
3" Alse ill liquid Ferm, very Concentrated
3 ler the convenience et these who cannot
CS-readily prepare it. It (ie.v with equal
tSf efficiency in either form.
HELLS, BIVHARDSOX & CO., Prep',
(WUl send the dry pest-paid.)
dec 37 lydfcwl
TMir. Kill POIC1U.11 FOR 1IOI.IDAV l'KES-
ENTS. Presents for all at FREY'S CITY
PHARMACY, North Queen, comer Orange
street, Lancaster. Pa. An immense variety or
Toilet SclM. Ladles' aud tJcnts' Companions,.
Ladles' Cabbas, Russia Leather and Seal Skin
I'ocket-Beoks. Letter and Card Cases. Fans,
Cigar Cases, Ac. Fine Colognes, Toilet Waters,
Cut Class Bettles, &c.
43-CALL AND EXAMINE.
INVALIDS TAKE NOTICE.
.XEAItLY ,000 I'LKSONS
have placed themselves under my charge du r
ing tlie last three years In Reading and this
city. One-halfef them at least were called in
curables. Chronic cases of Dyspepsia, Con
sumption. Klieiiin.-iti-ni, and ether afflictions.
Nearly all reported lliusame story, viz: I have
tried many doctors and quack medicines, aim
ull in vain. I am discounted. While curing the
sick in these two cities ever l,.riU0 deaths have
occurred in ether physicians' practice, and net
a halt-dozen iu mine. Won't you in person (at
my offices) or by letter ini estimate my remark
able cures. Menand wemeii.-ick feryears.werc
under my practice in a few day. or weeks
cured. Send or call ami get a l'i-page pamph
let (free), containing the names of people thus
rapidly restored te health here in Lancaster.
All cured by placiiigmy inexpensive medicines
en the outside el the bei'y. Se poi-ens used
and no drugs, syrups, pills, powders, bitters.
or ether such vile btutTs placed in the stomach.
Consultations anil Examinations Free tit my
elfices. llnii'livds have been cured et Catarrh
f'er liO cents. Cure Quick for Catarrhs'-nt te any
address in the United States for M cents.
DR. O. A. GREENE,
(111 Years Experience),
Ne. 23J NORTH IJUKKN STKKKT,
ri'RV A POUND OF THK DKI.IUlUUS
8 o'clock Breakfast Coffee.
ATLANTIC AND PACIFIC TEA CO.,
lit NORTH QUEEN HTRLEI',
dl-t jail I l.iuu-anter, Pa.
POUNDS riNK MIXI'.II CflSlir.
ALSO WINKS AND LIQUORS.
IUJUE 0LI YK WHISKY,
Only 55 Cents Per Quart, at.
Ne. "-. WEST KING STREET .
Flerida Oranges, Valencia Oranges, Solid
Sweet White 'rapes, 31 and 23c. per pound :
Fine Raisins, Princess 1. S. Almonds, te and
43c. per pound ; ('ream Nuts, Filbert. English
Walnuts, Pecan Nuts, Shcllbarks, Ac.
Pure Fresh Mixed Candy.
Crystallized Fruits, Apricots and Cherries.
FI E FIUS at 'c. a box.
FINE FRENCH PRUNES in Jars, also by
A FULL LINE CANNED FUUiT.
D. S. BURSK'S,
NO. 17 EAST K1N STKEKT.
KOBEH, BLANKETS, Jit..
ION OK THE BUFFALO IIKAD.
I have new en hand the Labekst, Bust awd
Cheapest Abberthkiit of Lined aud Unlincd
BUFFALO ROBES in the city. Alse LAP
AND HOUSE BLANKETS of every descrip
tion. A full line or
Trunks and Satchels,
Harnese, Whips, Cellars, &c.
iWRepnlrlng neatly and promptly dencO
198 North (Jimm St., Ixtneatter.
CI BA1M SsfKCULATlO
J In large or small amounts. 125 or $20,000
Write W. T. SOULK ft CO.. Commission Mer
chants, 130 I Salle street, Chicago, UL. for cii