Newspaper Page Text
t wtfate A Volume XYIKa. 215. LANCASTER, PA., TUESDAY, MAY U, 1880. Price Twe Cents. 3h TERMS. THE DAILYINTELLIGENOER, PUBLISHED EVERT EVENIKO, BY STEINMAN & HENSEL, li tclligencer Building Southwest Cerner of Centre Square. 1'iik Daily Iictklligen-cet. is furnished te uli-cribers in the City el Lancaster and sur rounding towns, accessible by ltailread anil Dully Stage Lines at Ten Cents Per Week, payable te the Carriers, weekly. By Mail, $.1 a year in advance : otherwise, pi. Kn tered at the pest efllce at Lancaster, Pa., as ecend class mail matter. STlie STEAM JOB PKINTING DEPAIiT DEPAIiT MENTel this establishment pe--c--i; uns-ur-pii-.M'd facilities for the execution of all kinds ! 1'hiin anil Kancv Printing. COAL. B. " MARTIN. Wholesale and Kctail Uealci in all kinds el LUMBER AND COAL. U-Yarl: Ne. 4J North Water and Prince btieetf, above Lemen, Lancaster. n3-lyd COAL! COAL!-COAL! C0AL ! Ceal el the Kent IJualtty put up expressly ler family use, and at the low est market price". THY A SAMPLE TON. jC3- YARD ISO SOUTH WATKR ST. ncilt-lvd PHILIP SCHUM.SON & CO. ruhT ji:ca:ivi:i afi MAY AXDSTKAW.l ijs,t ki:c!:ivi:i a fink let of haled at M. F. STEIGERWALT & SON'S, DEALERS in FLOUR, GRAIN AND COAL, ill NOUTII WATER STREET. R-Western l'leur a Specially. fs27-lyd C0H0 & WILEY, X'.r.0 SOUTH WATER ST., ImhtusU-v, '., Wholesale anil Retail Dealers in LUMBER AND COAL. Alse, Contractors and ISuilders. Estimates made anil contracts timid-taken en all kinds el buildings. Branch Office : Ne. .1 NOUTII DUKE ST. ieb2Myd COAL! - - - COAL!! GORREOHT & CO., l-'orGeod ami Cheap Ceal. Yard HarrNbitry Tike. Office Ai'.? EaM Chestnut Mrcet. P. W. CORRECHT, A;;l. .1. 11. RILEY. W.A.KELLER. ill HOOKS AX It ST A riOXEUY. ti:w statiej:ky: New, IMain and Fancy STATIONERY. Alse. Velvet and Eastlake PICTURE FRAMES AND EASELS. AT L. M. FLYNN'S HOOK AM) STATIONERY STORK, Ne. -is wkst king stri:i;t. m'l.ciAL netice: AEOHEET ! A, FINE LINE OF ARCHERY GOODS, Jl'&T RECEIVED, AND FOR SALE AT THE ROOK STORE JOM BAER'S SOBS, 15 and 17 NORTH QUEEN STREET, L.YNCASTKK, fa. EUJIX1TVRE. WALTER A. HEINITSH iserts Tin: New Glass Reller ou INSULATOR ON ALL FURNITURE. TRY THEM 15 East King Street. Over High & Martin's. CAJU'ETS. f H. S. SHIRK'S CARPET HALL, 202 WEST KING STREET, Hits the Largest and Cheapest Stock ei all kinds of CARPETS in Lancaster. Over 100 Pieces of Brussels en hand, as low as S1.00 and upwards. Carpets made te order at short notice. Will also pay 10 cents ter Extra Carpet Ras. JKS-Giveusatrial. 202 WEST KINO STKKKT. fe uxders axd ma viiixis ts. T ANCASTEK J BOILER MANUFACTORY, SHOP ON PLUM STREET, OrresiTK mna Locemotivb Works. The subscriber continues te manufacture BOILEHS AND STEAM ENGINES, Fer Tanning anil ether purposes ; Furnace Twiers, Bellows Pipes, Sheetriren Werk, and Rlacksmithing generally. 43T Jobbing promptly attended te. auglS-lyd JOHN BEST. MAERLE irOUKS. WE P. FBATT,EY'S MONUMENTAL MARBLE "WORKS 758 Nerm eueeii Street, Lancaster, Pa. MONUMENTS. HEAD AND FOOT STONES, GABDEN STATUAKY, CEMETEUY LOTS ENCLOSED, &e. All work guaranteed and satisfaction given n every particular. N. B. Remember, works at the extreme end f NertU Queen street. m301 CZOTUZXG. SMALIIiG, THE ARTIST TAILOR. Te-day we open the last et our Original In voice ei FOREIGN WOOLENS, The Choice Lines et the Season. The Most Kecherchc Styles ei English Treuserings. All the Latest Novelties in FeVeign and American Suitings et Choice styles and Hand-i-eme Ellecls. 'I LONDON SMOKE, L0KU GREY AM) EMERALD SHADES. The enlv Heuse in this city that handle a Full Line of the Latest and Most Popular Slylc ter GENTLEMEN'S WEAK. We urgently solicit an early inspection of our stock before the choice styles are sold, the gieat demand ler Choice Woolens makes it ut terly impossible te duplicate certain styles this" season. J. K. SMALING, ARTIST TAILOR, 121 NORTH 0UEEN STREET. H. GERHART'S Tailoring Establishment, MONDAY,' APRIL 5. Having just returned trein the New Yerk Woolen .Market, I am new prepared te exhibit one of the Rest Selected btocksef WOOLENS roil the Um and Siier Trade, Ever brought te this citv. Nene but the very best of ENGLISH, FRENCH AND AMERICAN FABRICS, in all the Leading Styles. 1'iices as low as the lowest, and all goods warranted as lcprcciit ed, at H. GERHART'S, Ne. 51 North Queen Street. Spring Opening AT 24 CENTRE SQUARE. We have let sale for the coming .seasons an Immense Stock of of our own nianulacturc, which comprises the Latest and Most STYLISH DESICTS. Come and see our NEW GOODS ren which is larger and composed of the best styles te be teund in the city. 1 B. Hostetter & Sen, 24 CENTRE SQUARE. 2 Myd LANCASTEU.PA nouns, 11LAXKETS, &c. C1CX OF T1IK BUFFALO UK AD. ROBES ! ROBES ! ! BLANKETS ! BLANKETS ! ! I have new en band the Laiuiest, Bkst and Cheapest Assortment of Lined and Unlined BUFFALO ROBES in the city. Alse LAP AND HOUSE BLANKETS of every descrip tion. A lull line of Trunks and Satchels, Harness, Whips, Cellars, &c. SKepairinj neatly and promptly clones A. MILEY, 108 North Queen St., Lancaster. eiVlydMW&S A TTORNEYS-AT-LA W UENUY A. KILKY Attorney and Counscller-atLaw Ol Inl l?At.r Vni.T ArAl Collections made in all parts of the United Slates, and a general legal business transacted. Refers by permission te Steinman & Hensel. ninpHlnenhenrsi&Stniies UlUUlUlll JLF1UU UUUUilUULIJUJJJUl SPfflfi OPEM Mimm mm Hatuastrt I-ntrlltgrnccr. TUESDAY EVENING, MAY 11, 1880. EJDALL A! WALLACE. A GLANCE ATDBMOCRATIC LEADERS. Tlie Speaker aud the Senater Photographed, With a Dissertation Upen Their Character and Methods of Action. GRANT AND BLAINE. Mary Cleiimicr'.s Merciless Scoring of Twe Kepublican Idels The Burlington "Ilawkcye's " Canvass of the Menagerie. A l'en Sketch of Twe Pennsylvania Demo crats. Fi em Harry Ward's State Convention Letter. Mr. Randall's entry into public life is an inheritance. He bears a distinguished name. I heard an old gentleman in a book store in Harrisburg say, speaking of Ran dall, "I knew his lather Jesiab. Randall; he was very much of a gentleman." I thought from the man's lacenics, he was himself ' very much of a gentleman." The strength of Randall lies in the lldelity of his constituents. By the notable Shak spcarian apothegm, it fellows, ''as the night today," there has been corresponding fi delity te them en his own part. Their un failing devotion in a city strongly Repub lican ; the bold attitude of opposition he has uniformly assumed te the opposing party ; the directness of his life, have caught and held a popular following it would be hard te drive away. The pride of his followers in him has been amply justilicd.by the signal parliamentary suc cesses which have attended ins career. Frem a leadership amongst his supporters at home he has gene te a great prominence amongst his contemporaries in Congress ; and he new holds ti rank but one lemeve from the presidency itself. Ne one has ever accused him of incempetency in high places ; nor has the course of his public ca reer ever exhibited a want of capacity te fill any position te which he has been called. On the contrary, the qualities of leadership are natural te the man, and, though he has net gravitated te greatness by an easy and natural superiority, he has fought his way upward' with the strong hand of a man naturally adapted te public life and lit te lead in it. His lighting qual ities are net unaided by the skill of a suc cessful strategist. His experience and am bition have purified his record, and ren dered hard and strong and enduring the best qualities he possesses. He is iu the prime of his strength and manhood, and ripe in the fullness of his experience. Ne one would expect Randall te fail in any gicat crisis. I de net think he has ever failed. His receid en the force bill ; his successful efforts at economy and retrench ment ; his preliminary management of the Heuse during the days of the electoral count ; and his manifest success in the convention prove him, beyond all cavil, te possess the qualities of a popular leader and an able public man in an eminent de gree. His oratorical cllbrts are character ized mere by strong, clear common sense and great moral courage, a steady self-reliance, than by profound philosophy or ele gant rhetoric. Physically, he is admirably adapted te bear the strain and excitement public life entails. A deep chest, bread shoulders, a strong face, deep-set, dark eyes, a bread well-defined forehead crown ed with a thick growth of hair, as yet scarcely turned gray, a dark complexion a face ordinarily pale and calm, wrought upon by excitement showing strong vital force and a great nervous power. Mr. Randall is in very moderate circumstances and it is a great tribute te his purity as a public man that out of abundaut opportu nities he has never grown rich in public life. Mr. "Wallace is, iu facial appearance, the counterpart of Mr. Randall. Ire has a strong, well knit, spare frame, light com plexion and auburn hair. He shows in his direct Scotch-Irish origin an ardent, but well-mastered, temperament. The lines of close application and ambitious effort are plainly written en his face. He has the reputation of being a great master of detail, a close student and an able, clear and logical advocate. His mind turns te analysis and arrangement, and he pro ceeds te his conclusions by rigid methods aud a mastery of the cold and inexorable processes of ratiocitatien. It is scarcely te be supposed that in all Mr. "Wallace un dertakes he forgets the eminent adapta tion of a means te an end. Te suppose this -would be te set aside a law of his own being of whose application he is perfectly conscious and consciously acts upon. His rank in the Senate is such as te show that he has used his talents with signal suc ceed. His almost uncqualed knowledge of the state makes him a difficult and dan gerous antagonist. His influence with the great corporations has given him great advantages; and this has steed him iu geed stead in his political life. It is easy te see that between two such men there may be a natural antagonism ; and it is easy te see both may have and Iie'd a devoted following. If I were te at tempt te distinguish between them I should say : If Randall is the mere tenacious ; "Wallace is the mere laborious. Randall stronger in physical aud moral impulses ; Wallace the mere circumspect and ration alistic. The one is deeper toned ; the ether mere highly disciplined. The one has re sources in his nature ; the ether in his cul ture. If both are profoundly ambitious, the one is capable of a stronger afiin t with his cause, the ether of a mere un wearied application te it. One has mere of soul ; the ether mere of mind. On a great occasion I should leek te sec Ran dall mere audacious, and, in comparison, the cooler man. The reason is Randall's vital forces arc net unmixed with well managed aud generous emotion, while "Wallace, -appealing te pure reason is never altogether unconscious of his own rela tions te the subject. Beth have obeyed the laws of their own being in public life and both bear a reputation altogether in consonance with that imperious "divinity" which, the poet .cays,will always shape the ends of man. I have dwelt se long upon the comparison because it is a curious studv. There is a Jiaccfabula decct in it, and young and ambitious men may leek into it wttu preut. Lord Aberdeen's Coup. M. Guizot, while en a visit te Lord Aber deen, in Scotland, was talking te him in the park one day about the English system of elections, when his Hest stepped be lore a modest cottage. "This little house," he said, "recalls te me a shameful deed in my political life." " What ! an act of vio lence ?" "Yeu shall hear. I had as ten ant here an independent fellow who an noyed me horribly. In every election he strenuously opposed me. I made up my mind te be rid of him," "Ha ! you turned him out?" "Ne. I reduced his rent by a guinea, and destroyed his qualification. A mean trick, and I've always been ashamed of it." Kepublican Favorites. GRANT AND BLAINE SCORED. Yeu I'ay Your Meney and Take Your Choice. Mary Clemmer, llcp., in New Yerk Independ ent, Kep. In its way, the world never witnessed a mere disgusting tramp than that of the ex-president around the earth. Frem the moment he left the White Heuse till new, his feet have never rested from their vora vera cious pursuit of the third term. Had he gene into the dignified retirement of a home, anywhere, in spite of the sins of his administration a certain dignity night have gathered about his person and name. But this three years' intinerant tramping for a third term of the presidency com mands from the people the contempt it has se faithfully earned. It reached its crowning disgrace the ether day, as it came electioneering for the Southern vote through the Seuth. Think of it! The man who took the sword of Lee, who had been eight years president of the United States marching through the Southern states for the Southern vote, te make him the third time the president. Through the barren diction of his Southern speeches Hews the undercurrent of the man, that in itself was alway with the Seuth. He mar ried into a family of the Seuth, whose education, habits, sympathies were all Southern. "Old Mr. Dent," the father of Mrs. Grant, talked unmitigated "secession" in the blue parlor aud the red parlor of the White Heuse, until he died in the executive mansion, during his son-in-law's administration. Peer Mrs. Lincoln was accused of being " a rebel ; " but the real rebel element and influence in the White Heuse during the days of Lincoln weie nothing compared with that which reigned through the reign of Grant. Outside of the political "bosses" and "bummers " who are working for him, te ret back their own lest fat places, the pee- i)le who want Grant back most arc Seuth erners, who lament the lest luxury of the Grant regime as that of an Augustan era; who, sneering at the kindly, simple truth of the present executive household, ex claim : " Wait till the Grants come back. Then we will have wine and elegance !" But they fail te add, also : A president who will be confined te his room for weeks at a time with an unprecedented number of "colds!" Ne. wonder he counts en the Southern vote, and, with Mrs. Grant by his side, comes marching and bidding after it in words like these : " I have been gratified with my recep tion in all the recently rebellious states." Oh! " I passed from Philadelphia te Flerida en my way te Havana, and en my return came via Texas from Mexico, thus passing through all the rebellious states, and it will be agreeable te all te knew that hos pitality was tendered me at every city through which I passed, and accepted iu nearly all of them by me." Hew remarkable that one who never re fused anything but the little deg en which the expressage was net paid should have " accepted" them ! Then he gees en te say : " We have no reason te doubt that these who were the gray will fulfil all they have premised in loyalty te tlie flag and the nitien." De net forget that these are the words of the man for whom the "Stalwarts" shouted when they decried and cursed the present president for withdrawing the troops from the Seuth. All we then heard was that Grant must be re-elected, in order te held at the point of the bayonet the still uprising rebels. But the moment the Southern vote is necessary te the third term, Ie ! hew suddenly the bayonet drops from the hand of the warrior who was te have been the Attila te blot out the Seuth ! Thus gees en the shameless farce. In certain Western states the candidacy of Mr. Blaine is a popular enthusiasm. The people have seized their fetich and arc prostrating and dancing before it. The actual Mr. Blaine they knew nothing about ; but the imaginary Mr. Blaine is captivating te their senses and sure of their vote. Rut, with all its surface seeming of spontaneity, no candidacy new before the people has such long,deep-laid foundations as this of James G. Blaine. Te become president of the United States has been the dream net only, but the purpose et his life. Years and years age he dug deep and began te build toward that final sum mit. Te be sure, there were almost fatal asides in the way of fortune-getting and political chicanery ; but the steadfast shap ing of action and event toward the seizing of the political crown never ceased, never wavered. Counting in Grant. The Menagerie Takes a Vete en the presi dential Question. Kurliiigten Hawkeye. The elephant came strolling into the big tent just after the close of the afternoon performance, and the animals were talking politics, having caught it from the chatter they heard iu the audience. They didn't knew a great deal about politics in the cages, but that you kne.y, children, is no bar te talking politics Indeed no. Seme of our congressmen, who held en te office the longest, and talk the most and loudest, don't but I digress. The elephant listen ed te the rest of the animals for a little while, and then he said te the giraffe : " Who is your candidate for president ?" "Blaine," said the giraffe. "Yes," the elephant said, " that's you. Your ideas are always up. Yeu can't get your head out of the top of a pine-tree. Just because Mr. Blaine was se quick te sec where the giraffe came in, in Dr. Gar Gar celen's menagerie, you think he will pay particular attention te you. Take care of yourself my aristocratic friend. Your head isn't as long as your neck by forty feet. Yeu cant come the giraffe ever me, Mr. Blaine. I say, old, ' Old Faithful,' " he continued, addressing the big deg in the " Happy Family," " who is your man ?" The Newfoundland said he was for Jehn Sherman. "Yes," the elephant said, "because he is interested in the cur-rency. If he is elected you will want the tariff put upon dogwood, just the same as Peruvian bark. Well,"go ahead, howl for a free ballet and unmuzzled press, and don't whine if you are beat as you usually de. Jean Vatican, he went en, turning te the tiger, " who de you go for?" "Any man that comes close te my cage," replaid the amiable auimal in the convict's suit. "Correct you are," said the elephant, "-but you can count me out when you be gin balloting. Who is the next animal te vote?" The hyena said he was for Tilden, first last and all the time. "I'll bet you," commented the ele phant, "anybody might knew you would go for a dead man, you wretched apotheo sis of an Ohie medical student. Ah, you Seventeenth ward resurrectienist, you'll run against a Circleville torpedo some of these days that will knock that smile of yours into a cocked hat. Any respecta ble citizen of the menagerie ready te ex press his preference before I close the polls?" The tortoise said he was in favor of Fitz Jehn Perter. "Of course you are," said the elephant, "because he moves just about fast enough te suit your gait. If he doesn't move for ward any livelier for the presidency than he did for General Pepe he won't hear of the nominations until six weeks after elec tion. You'd make a geed running mate for him in war time, and you ought te get along pretty well in politics. The next zoological wonder and living curiosity will step up lively ; can't keep these polls open all night ; we've get te dress for the even ing performance yet." The turkey expressed himself warmly in favor of David Davis. " Right you arc said the elephant. " And that's because he keeps your com pany en the fence all the time. Moreover, he leeks mere like me than any of the ether candidates, and it is eminently pro per and respectful in you te support him en that account. Any ether veice from the plains and jungles ?" The gopher shouted as lustily as he could for Mr. Seymour. " Sure enough," said the elephant, " because he stays in his little hole all the time, like yourself. Well, gopher him if you wish ; this is a free country, except the menagerie, which costs you just one quarter of a dollar every time you leek at it. Come, new, move along lively new or you'll lese your vote ; polls close in " The wild ass of the desert here stepped te the front and reared his voice for Mr De La Matyr, of Indiana, amid the wildest enthusiasm and loud hoetings throughout the tent. The elephant winked at the cages with a merry twinkle in his eye. " That's right, my brave cactus eater," he said ; "you are naturally and properly one of Mr.Dc La Matyr's followers, lirayes him up te the skies if you want te. Nepotism is fash ionable in this country new. Next voter ?" llie monkey timidly said that it he was allowed te vote he would vote for " Procter Knett !" reared the whole menagerie, but the elephant said, sternly : "There new ; enough of that ; no intim idation at the polls. Ne one else ? Oyez, oyez ! The polls are closed and the judges will new proceed te count the ballet." He then announced the result of the bal bal eot as fellows : Grant, 54. "But," inquired the animals, "hew docs that come ?" "Well," said the elephant, " it comes, all the same, all the same, and don't you forget it. Deu't I weigh mere than all this menagerie put together ? What de you animals knew about politics, any how ?" And the animals were well-pleased te think they were allowed te vote anyhow, and they were delighted that the election was ever and their man elected, se they gave three cheers for Grant and rolled around in the straw te dress for the even ing's performance. Themas Jlyci-s, liraccbridgc, writes : " Dr Themas' Eclectric Oil is the best medicine 1 sell. It always gives satisfaction and in caes et ceuglw, colds, sere threat, burns, &c, im mediate relief lias been received by the-.e who u-e it.'" Fer sale by II. !. Cochran, druggist, 1.17 and l.,9 North Queen street, Lancaster, l'a. 1 Statistics prove that twenty-nve percent, of the deaths in our larger cities are caused by consumption, and when we rellect that this terrible disease in its worst stage will yield te a bottle of Leclier's Itenewned Cough Syrup, shall wc condemn the sutrcrcrs ler their negli gence, or pity them for their ignorance? Ne 9 East King street. " Oh, dear, hew lame my back is !" Of ceur-e it is, my dear madam, you have the lumbago. Use Dr. Themas' Eclectric Oil and your pain and its cause will cease. Fir ssile by II. 15. Cochran, drusririst. 137 and 139 North Queen street, Lancaster, Fa. 2 CLOT11LXG. 1880. 1880. RATHV0N& FISHER, PRACTICAL AXD- FASHIONABLE TAILORS. SPRING AND SUMMER . CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, COATINGS, SUITINGS, VESTINGS, PANTINGS. TROUSERINGS, OVERCOATINGS, JIade te order ler Men and IJeys in the prevail ing Styles, and satisfaction guaranteed. Alie, Reaity-Made Clothing ! AND ALL KINDS OF FURNISHING GOODS At the Old Price betere the Advance, RATHVON & FISHER'S Practical Tailoring Establishment, 101 NOUTII QUEEN STKEET. mt-lmil 7iXTS' GOODS. rpiIK NICOSIA, THE LATEST STYLE NECKTIE. AT EUISMAN'S. "ITTILL i YOU HAVE TUB M. BRACE. s EWINU machine: neeules, Fer any 3Iachine, at E. J. ERISMAN'S, 56 NORTH O.UEKN STKEET. iysUJtANCH. rpiIE OLD GIRARD FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY OF PHILADELPHIA. ASSETS : One Millien One Hundred and Thirty-one Thousand Eight Hundred and Thirty-eight Dollars. $1,131,838. All invested in the best securities. Lesses promptly paid. Fer policies call en KIFE & KAUFMAN, Ne. 19 East King St., Lancaster, Pa. 8-MW&S6mdU AE. McfANN, AUCTIONEER OF REAL. . Estate and Personal Property. Orders left at Ne. 35 Charlette street, or at the Black Herse Hetel, 44 and 46 North Queen street, will receive prompt attention. Bills wad out and ttended te without additional cost. 27-ly DRY SPRING, 1880. WANAMAKER & BROWN, Gentlemen and Beys' Outfitters, OAK HALL, S. E. CORNER SIXTH AND MARKET STS., PHILADELPHIA. We respectfully announce the completion of the new stock of Men's and Beys' Clothing for the Spring of 1880, which has net only the distinction of bcins the largest, but has cost us mere pains-taking care than any stock we have ever made. We are net content unless each year finds us improving and progressing, and 1880 shows the result of extraordinary effort te excel. Te our long practical experience and commodious premises we add net only the advantage et showing our customer the very largest stock, but the system of business originated by Mil. JOHN WANAMAKEU gives-our customers every advantage in making their purchases at OAK II ALL, BECAUSE, 1st, The qualities and defects of goods arc stated. 2d, One price and only one. 3d, A thorough guarantee given. 4th, Meney refunded if goods are returned. WAIAIAKEE & BROWtf. GRAND AT NEW YORK STORE. -:e:- 1MMEXSE DISPLAY DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS. A CHOICE VAUIETY FOU SELECTION AT QUICK SELLING PRICES. New Spring Dress Uoed-, Summer Silks, New Spring Shawls, Shetland Shawls, New Spring Lawns, Chintzes, and Calicoes. New Spring Hosiery. .Summer Underwear, New Spring Gloves, Laces ami Embroideries, New Spring styles in Parasols and Sunshades. WATT, SHAND & COMPANY, S AND 10 EAST KINCJ STREET. HAGER & Have new open Full Lines of (Joeds of Latest Style for GENTS' AND BOYS' WEAR. FUEXCII WOKSTED SUITINGS, SCOTCH CHEVIOT SUITINGS, ENGLISH CHEVIOT SUITINGS, ENGLISH CASSIMERE SUITINGS, AMERICAN CASSIMERE SUITINGS. ISLUE FLANNEL SUITINGS, CASSIMERES FOR PANTS, CASSIMERES FOR BOYS' SUITS, Which we will make up te order in the Latest Style and guarantee satKtactlen. MEN AND BOYS' CLOTHING IN FULL ASSORTMENT. Gents' Hosiery, Gloves, Neckwear, Silk and Linen Handkerchiefs, Ac, &c. 43-CALL AND EXAMINE. WA.LL PAPERS! In addition te our Immense Stock el all PAPER HANGINGS We open te-day Jet Lets M Remnants m fall Papers, -AT- DECIDED BARGAINS. WINDOW SHADES AND FIXTURES. Wall Paper and Window Shades hung at Short Netice. J. B. MARTIN & CO. FOR THE THE OPINION OF THE LADIES "WE HOPE HAS BEEN PTJLLY CON FIRMED BY WIDE SPREAD EXPERIENCE THAT HOUGHTON'S Cheap Mllinery & Trimming Stere Is the Cheapest and Best Place in. the city te buy Millinery Goods and Dress Trimmings, And we will receive daily New Goods and all the Latest Styles, and ladies will find the Largest Stock and Greatest Variety et Hats, Bennets, Rilibens.Feathers, Flowers, Silks, Satins, Fringes, Kid and Lisle Thread Gloves, Laces, Embroideries, Tuckings, Puffings, Velvet Neckties, Ladies' White. Tucked Skirts 50c. 75c and $1 W each, andthe Largest Stock of Fancy Dress But But eons in the city. We constantly keep tb Finest Line of ENGLISH BLACK CREPES, Only Ceurtauld's Best jrakes and at the Lewe3t Prices. Alse, Crepe Veils In all Sizes, Crepe Hats and Bennets constantly en hand and made te order by the best Milliners In the city, as we keep no ethers, nor no apprentices te botch your work, at M. A. HOUGHTON'S Cheap Millinery and Trimming Stere, 25 1L Queen St, GOODS. OPENING THE- OF NOVELTIES IN BROTHER Grades of a Large Line et LADIES.