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Volute XVlI-Ne. 17.
LANCASTER, PA., MONDAY, SEPTEMBER, 20, 1880
Priee Twe Cemts.
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Ua3 J ust opened a
SELECT STYLES ami none but the best el
Ne. 51 tatli Queen Street.
We have new ready ler sale 1111 Iiiiineii-e
Eall and Winter,
which are Cut and Trimmed in the Latest
Style. We can give you a
GOOD STYUSH SUIT
AS LOW AS .$10.00.
In great variety, made loonier at short notice
at the lowest prices.
D. B. Hettr & Sen,
24 CENTRE SQUARE,
. Londen and New Yerk
IN GREAT VARIETY,
FOR 1EFS WEAR,
NOW OPEN AT
SM ALI NG'S
L THE ARTIST TAILOR.
All in want of Fine or Fancy Cabinet Werk
would de well te call ami examine specimens
et enr work.
OFFICE FURNITURE A SPECIALTY.
16 East King Street.
HQI.HSAI.E AMD KKTA1L.
He. 227 NORTH PRINCE STREET.
K. McCANN, AUCTIONKKR OF HEAL
A Estate and Personal Property. Orders
left at Ne. 35 Charlette street, or at the Illack
Herse Hetel, 41 and 46 North Queen street, will
eelvc prompt attention. Bills made eutand
eaded te wlthoutOaddltlenal coat. e27-ly
Next Doer te tbe Court IIeums
Oicn this lay tlic Largest Stock of
Fer Ladies, Gentlemen and Children,
DRAWERS, VESTS AND SHIRTS,
(, 15, 18, 20, 23, Wt, 50, 03, 73c,
Te be found In the city.
tilt AND FALL OPENING OF
FIVE HUNDRED FELT, FLANNEL, SILK
AND WOOL SKIItTS, te be be sold
much less than
Next Doer In tiic Court Heuse.
Our lioeds :ue Carefully Selected,
The Designs are Artistic ami New,
The Colorings aie Iticli ami Harmonious
I'he Price-, are Extremely Reasonable.
Wi-ibl. you li vi-.it ii- whfii you aiv in want
l.AKUKST STOCK IN TIIK CITV.
J. B. lartin & Ce.,
Cerner West King and Prince Streets,
NEW FALL AND WINTER
HAGER & BROTHER
AllE ItECKlVINti DAILY
NEW FALL ANI WINTEIt COODS
IN ALL DKPATM ENTS.
NOVELTIES IN SILKS,
NOVELTIES IN VELVETS,
NOVELTIES IN FltENCIl DRESS tiOODS,
NOVELTIES IN ENtiLlSII DRESS OOODS,
NOVELTIESIN AMERICAN DRESS COODS.
LYONS l'.LACK and COLORED SILKS,
F.LACK ami COLORED RROCADE SILKS.
TRIMMING SILKS ami SATINS,
1ILACK ami COLORED DRESS ami Till Si
ll INti VELVETS.
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MUSLINS and Sll EETINtiS,
TOWELS and TOWELINti,
TURKEY RED CLOTHS,
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AT AND BELOW COST.
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Prof. Guilmette's French Liver Pad.
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- They are made of 4"-. Inch Walnut Meulding
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Alse a Large and Fine Assortment of
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WRY' LOCIIER'S RENOWNED COUGII
MONDAY EVENING, SEPT. 20, 1880.
EAST AND 1ST.
THE PHILADELPHIA DEMOCRACY.
Miles of Torch-Light Parade.
19,825 MEN IN LINE.
RANDALL AND WALLACE SPEAK.
The parade of the Dcineciatfc clubs in
Philadelphia en Saturday niijlit was the
biggest thing of the kind .seen in the pres
ent campaign. It was witnessed by scores
of thousands tint packed llread sticct and
the ether thoroughfares forming the
route of the mammoth torchlight proces preces
sion. All the arrangements for the pa
rade were admirable, and much time was
saved and some confusion prevented by
Colonel Dcchcrt's thought of having the
clubs form en the cress streets all icady te
wheel into line en Bread street at the
word of command.
At half-past eight o'clock a rocket Hew
up into the air which being recognized as
the prearranged signal the maich began
and continued till about one o'clock in the
The lirst division, marshaled by General
Geerge It. Snewdcn, contained ;,i:Ji men
in nine sub-divisions. At their head
marched the organization proclaimed by
their banner te be the "eldest Democratic
organization in Pennsylvania,'' the .Tauten
Page library association, organized Jan
uary, 1811, and having General Geerge 1.
McCIclIan as one of its honorary mem
bers. It had in line 410 men, marshaled
by Jehn G. Scliall. The med, wearing
full dress dark suits and high hats, made
a very favorable impiessien. Then came
two battalions of veteran:;, cempiising
1,175 men, marshaled by Gcncinl Thee
dere S. West.
Thcsccend division, which was te be com
manded by General HebcrtE. Patterson, as
marshal, was led by Colonel W. II. Davis,
General Patterson being ill. The aids were
James II. Hcvcrin. Jehn F. Sharkey, Max
well Stevenson and Jehn McCormick.
There were 15,970 men in this division.
The third division was composed of
2,080 men, General William 15. Themas
marshal, his aids being Jehn F. Barnes,
O. Edwin Wright, Wi W. Fcnncr, J. Har
ry Simons, James Fitzpatrick and Captain
William J. Brellcy.
The fourth division, which was com
manded by Marshal Majer David P. Wea
ver and Aids Jehn E. Faunce, Emanuel
Furth, William Sweeney, Captain James
McCann, jr., and Lieutenant E. Ferrest
Weaver, had 4,160 men in line.
The fifth division which was marshaled
by Colonel P. McDonengh, who -was as
sisted by Edward llaugh Jehn F. Mann,
Edward Delan, Themas I'. Judge and
Jehn O. Grady, had 3,823 men in line.
Colonel Dcchcil, the handsome candi
date for auditor general, and his biilliant
stall', all mounted en spirited horses, which
they sat with the case and assurance of
veteran cavalrymen, were applauded at al
most every step, wherever, in fact, they
were recognized. Many houses along the
route were illuminated, and the display of
fireworks was very biilliant. The scene
in front of the Amcricus club when the
column passed was beyond description.
The burning gas jets forming the names
" llanceck" and " English" paled in the
presence of ten thousand rockets, roman
candles and red, white and blue lime lights
that lit up the sky for squares about, and
cheer upon cheer rent the air, which Colo
nel Dechcrt acknowledged with military
suavity and grace. It was nearly 1 o'clock
before the parade was ever and the clubs
took up the inarch for home. The exact
number of men in line was ascertained by
actual count of rcpei ten; detailed te each
At the Speaking Stand.
A mass meeting was held at the Amcri
cus building such as any party seldom
witnesses in any city. Edward 1 1. Floed,
chairman, and the mcmbcis of the sub
committee en town meetings of the cam
paign committee were en hand and super
vised the arrangements. Twe large
speakers' stands were utilized, one in
front of the Amcricus club and the ether
at the ether at the southeast intersection
of Samson and Bread streets. Beth were
decorated with unusual taste and illmnin
natcd, and were crowded with prominent
party people. Calcium lights at the club
house below Walnut street and at ether
points lighted up the boulevard and the
countenances of thousands of spectators
who thronged Bread street, in a dense
mass, from Walnut street te Pcnn square.
The Amcricus club house was also illumi
nated, and its doers open. Lewis C. Cassi
dy opened the meeting en the main stand
by introducing Speaker Samuel J. Itandall
as the presiding officer, who, en being in
troduced, said :
" Fellew-Citizknh : The Democracy
of Philadelphia assemble te-night te rati
fy the nomination of the Democratic na
tional candidates made at Cincinnati for
president and vice president of the United
States. Applause. Our candidates,
General llanceck and Mr. English, arc
men without stain or reproach both in
their private and public lives. Applause.
They arc capable and honest and worthy
of the confidence and suffrages of their
countrymen. The declaration of
the platform has the accepted
principles upon which the constitutional
government must stand. Applause Its
resolves demand strict economy in the ex
penditures of the public money and an ab
solute obedience te the letter of the law
en the part of every official in the admin
istration of all public trust. The people
will merely ratify and approve these selec
tions and I predict that a long period of
prosperity will fellow their induction into
Address or Senater AVallace.
Speaker Itandall then introduced Sena Sena
eor Wallace, who was greeted with ap
plause. In the course of his remarks Sen
ater Wallace said :
"The cry of 'the solid Seuth,' an appeal
for a solid North, and a denial that peace
has comc.censtitute the leading arguments
of the RcpublicMi party. The boy who
was a child upon his mother's knee when
the war closed is a voter new. The young
men who have attained te years of ma
turity since the war closed arc new the
larger portion of the voting population of
the Seuth. They arc the men wne consti
tute the ruling power of the eighteen mil
lions of people in the Seuth who produce
the great Anprican staples el cotton, rice,
tobacco andwgar. These men seek pros
perity and oblivion of the past. They
are no longer a poverty-stricken people,
but arc fast growing wealthy and self-sustaining.
"The senator from Vermont (Mr. Ed
munds), in his speeches and letters of re-
cent date proclaims the fallacy that the
Democracy, if vested with power, will pay
rebel claims for property destroyed and
will pension the rebel soldier; and he
boldly asserts the preposition that the con
stitution docs net stand in the way of
Congress pensioning rebel soldiers. If it
is indeed true that, in the constitutional!
cnactmeuts for preventing the payment of
the rebel debt and rebel pensions, the Re
publican party, under the lead of an astute
lawyer like Mr. Edmunds, has failed se
lamentably, as he would have us believe,
te make them of binding effect, it is cer
tainly time that that party should be
driven from power for its incempetency.
Constitutional amendments arc the growth
and crystallization of the thought and the
will of the nation. This is eminently true
of the will of the Northern people at the
time of the adoption of this amendment,
for no thought ever had mere general ac
ceptance among or was mere firmly im
pressed upon the minds of the Northern
people than the thought embodied in that
"I confess te sonic sense of humiliation
in thus discussing seriously the question
of the possible payment of imaginary
rebel claims lcfere a people se intelligent
as ours, but the passions of the people arc
sought te be aroused en this aud kindred
subjects, and leading senators of the Re
publican party, who surely knew better,
join in the effort te create false opinions in
the minds of the Northern people. Ne
northern senator or representative would
dare te vote, nor has one ever yet voted,
in favor of the payment of pensions te
Southerners engaged in the rebellion.
Claims for compensation for property de
stroyed or taken when the owners thereof
were in rebellion, aud such prop
erty was being used in aid of the re
bellion, clearly come within the scope and
meaning of the prohibition of the consti
tutional prevision, and a statute that
would authorize the payment of
any claims of that character
would be simply void. We can safely
trust General Hancock te defend the trea
sury against all such imaginary dangers,
as in the hour of peril he was trusted te
defend the line of the Susquehanna against
the real dangers of an armed assault."
General William McCandless and P. fr
Dever followed, and after the latter closed,
the precession being near at hand, Mr.
Randall adjourned the meeting with three
cheers for Hancock and English, which
were given with a will.
At the lower stand, where William D.
Ivcndrick presided, addresses were made
by S. Davis Page, Charles II. Davis, Jehn
ii. Slean and ethers. The speaking ever,
the cheering multitudes moved after the
precession almost wildly enthusiastic, but
geed-natured and orderly. Although the
streets were densely packed with people
there seemed te be nothing te mar a dem
onstration which in point of numbers was
the greatest Philadelphia has seen for
TIIi: PlTTSltUKUU MEETING.
One Hundred and Thirty llanceck Republi
cans, Vice Presidents.
During the progress of the Philadelphia
meeting, .the following despatch was rc
rcccivcd from Cel. Ferney :
"PrrrsncRttii, Pa., Sept. 1?.
ClIAIIlMAN DUMOCKATIO STATU CttXTBAl. COMMIT
TKi:, I'lllLADKLlWIA :
The largest mass meeting of the people
ever held in Western Pennsylvania since
1S10 is new assembled in and around city
hull. General Butler is speaking amidst the
wildest enthusiasm, and I shall fellow
him. The president is Marshall Swartzwel
dcr, one of the eldest and most eloquent
Republicans in the West, supported by
one hundred and thirty Republicans as
vice presidents, who have declared in fa
vor of General Hancock. General Butler
was interviewed by a large delegation of
colored men at the St. Charles this after
noon, who arc about te declare for Han
cock. There is alsp a mass meeting new
in session composed of Hancock Republi
can soldiers. The West is en lire in the
cause of conciliation of the sections and
the overthrew of personal rule in the Re
publican party. General Butler starts for
Indiana te-morrow morning and will speak
there several times during the present
I.utlcr te the Colored People.
Ill addressing some of his colored friends
Butler said :
"In the best interests of the Seuth and
best interests of the colored men, I pro
pose have a change. If the Republican
party cannot provide this protection in
fifteen years, I de net propose te allow
them twenty." Gen. Hancock has said
that he will enforce the thirteenth, four
teenth and fifteenth amendments in their
letter and spirit, and nobody who knows
him will doubt that he will stand by that
if elected and given the power, and no
body doubts that the Democratic party
will have the power te protect the negre if
they get into power, and their leader has
said he will de se. I propose te try the
experiment for four year?, and then, if the
Democrats cannot de better than Hayes
has done, I shall turn round and help kick
them out at the end of four years. One
thing is certain, I cannot be mere power
less during the next four years te give the
colored men proper protection than I and
every ether man has been in the past."
Why Republicans Support llanceck.
In the course of his speech Cel. Ferney
said : "In this very state of Pennsylvania
there is no Republican leadership that is
cither entitled te my allegiance or that
commands my respect. The teachers of
the great doctrines of eternal truth, the
men whose words were fire twenty-two
years age, arc gene. The jackal has suc
ceeded the lien, the empiric has succeeded
the philosopher, the imposter has pushed
the trtte reformer from his steel ; the tem
ple is without its priest, the tabernacles
have been carried away, and when I leek
for the old Republican gospel I find that
men arc attempting te preach it who never
understood it, and who new attempt te
enforce it simply by demanding obedience
te the nominations made by a few men in
great cities or dictated from the doubtful
atmosphere of the state cipital.
" It was in the midst of these reflections
long entertained, frequently repeated
since the war, and mere than once as
serted in the city of Philadelphia by at
tempting te break down the very influ
ences I new again publicly deplore that
Gen. Hancock became the Democratic
nominee for president. I hailed the news
instantly as a personal release and a na
tional deliverance. It captured at once
reason and imagination, arousing gratitude
and state pride. Reopening the grand
glories of the past, it was like rolling up a
dark curtain before the indescribable
splendors of the future. I saw in it at
once retribution and reform. These were
the emotions that mastered me, and hew
seen they controlled ethers, hew seen the
magnetism of this grand soldier's name
flew ever the land, touching all hearts, ex
tinguishing sectional hate, organizing the
people, firing the press, and, like a trum
pet blast, heard from Maine te Mexico, re
calling the Democratic hosts te their old
standard ! And what did mere te intensify
this feeling, and te make universal this re
volt, was the fact that, whereas Gen. Han
cock's name became the symbol of recon
ciliation, the name of his adversary be
came the emblem of hate. If anything
cfre were needed te clinch the argument
that sinister alternative would have furn
ished it. After fifteen years of attempted
reconciliation : after ten years of attempt
ed reconstruction ; after large numbers of
Republicans had joined the standard of
Herace Greeley in 1872, proclaiming that
the hour for settlement aud peace had
ceme ; after General Grant himself had
ever and ever again declared that the
Seuth was already fitted for government,
and abundantly deserving of 'trust and
confidence ; suddenly, after the sacrifice of
the greatest soldier of the time at Chi
cage, Gen. Garfield was selected as the
candidate of the Republican party, and
placed before the people as the apostle of
revenge. It is somewhere written that
' whom the gods would destroy they lirst
make mad ;' and surely, if I fellow the
strange narrative of the Chicago conven
tion, this aphorism may be quoted as the
solution of that altogether novel experi
ment upon the credulity of the American
people. Te place a candidate in nomina
tion whose only honest claim te the suf
frages of this people is the fact that he
must stimulate the very worst passions of
sectional discord is bad cnengh ; but te
cheese him with all his sins upon his head,
covered ever with his own confessions of
wrong-doing in the councils of the nation,
detected in the very act by a committee of
his own party, denounced by the
people of his own district, and held
up by many Republican newspapers
a little mere tnan six years age
as a perjurer and a jobber (mark me, gen
tlemen, I am using quotations, saying
nothing but what is takejt from the ar
chives of the Republican party itself), is
one of these spectacles that can only hi
explained upon the theory that the Re
publican managers lest their reason, and,
after the sacrifice of Grant, had determin
ed te confirm their title te universal dis
trust and te prepare their way for deserv
ed defeat by selecting the very easiest can
didate for the Democratic party te over over
theow. Would it net be monstrous if, after
such a record, the people of the United
States had tamely submitted te it ? Let
me repeat the startling story : The coun
try demanded peace and reconciliation ;
the Seuth proffered obedience and loyalty
in response te the covenant of pardon by
the law ; a great natty had, itself largely
taken from the Republicans, supported
the Democratic nominee for president eight
years age en the basis of forgiveness ;
when all at once the Republican leaders
declared practically for civil war, and
nominated a candidate pronounced unwor
thy by themselves."
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give new lite and vigor. It removes faint ness,
llutuiency, destroys all craving ter stimulants,
and relieves weakness of the stomach.
It cures llleating. Headaches, Nervous Pros
tration, lieneral Debility. Sleeplessness, De
pressien and Indigestion. That teelingef .tear
ing down, causing pain, weight and backache,
is always permanently cured by its use. It
will at all times, ami under all circumstances,
act in harmony with the law that governs the
Fer Kidney complaints of either sex this
Compound is unsurpassed.
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
isj prepared at '2X1 and Si" Western Avenue,
Lynn, Mass. Price $1. Six bottles for tX Sent
by mail in the form et pills, also in the form of
lozenges, en receipt et price, $1 per box, for
either. Mrs. PIXKIIAM freely answers nil let
ters of inquiry. Send ler pamphlet. Address
us above. Mention thin paper.
Ne family should lie without I.YDIA E.
PINKHAM'S LPVEU PILLS. Theycnre Con
stipation, ISiliensness and TerpidUy of tbe
Liver. i" cents per box.
Johnsten, Ilolleway & Ce.,
General Agents, Fhilatlclpkia.
Fer sale by C. A. Leehcr, 9 East King street,
ami !ee. W. Hull, IS West King street.
1 It. MAKT1N,
Wholesale and Kctall Dealer In all kinds of
LUMISKU AND COAL.
-Yard : Ne. 420 North Water and Prince
streets above Lemen, Lancaster. nS-Iytl
COAL! COAL! COAL! COAL
Coalet the Hest Quality put up expressly
for family use, and at the low
est market prices.
TRY A SAMPLE TON.
MS- VAKD-150 SOUTH WATKIi ST.
ncMyd PHILIP SCIIUM.SON CO.
OAl.t COAL! COALtit
We have constantly en hand nil the lx-st
grades erc'OAL tlmturc in market, which we
are selling as low us any yard in the city.
Call and get "'lr prices before buying else
where. H. F. STEIGERWALT & SON,
251 NOKTII WATER STUEET.
C0H0 & WILEY,
S.1 XOKTIl KATXK ST., Lancaster, J"U.f
Wholesale ami Ketail Dealers in
LUMBER AND COAL.
Connection "With the Telephonic Exchange.
I.runch Ofllce : Ne. 3 NOKTII DUKE ST.
1 O TO
GORRBOHT & CO.S
GOOD, CLEAN FAMILY COAL,
and all ether kinds of Ceal. Quality and
quantity guaranteed. Yard, Ilarrlsburg Pike,
Olliee, 3J East Chestnut street. uugl7-tfd
The famous mammoth thrcc-dcck Steamer
Leaves Race Street Wlinrl nt 7Vf a. m., arriving
at Cupe May about Wi p. in. Returning, leaves
Cape May at S o'clock p. in., givinguniple time
for bathing or a drive en the beach. A full
ISruss Itund and Orchestra Music for dancing.
Parler Entertainments varied weekly. Lunch
eons and Refreshments in abundance. Din
ners anil suppers provided. Oysters and Fish
served for supper a lew moments after taken
from the water.
Fare Ter Ihe Ronad Trip $1.00.
SUNDAYS Will leave Race Street Wharr at
VA a. in.
P. S. A Bread Gauge Steam IC It. will con
vey passengers te Cape Island in 8 minutes.
Tickets for sale at
CHAS. H. BARK'S,
hevhe ruitxisuimi uoevs.
FLIiNiN & BRBNEKAN.
Would advise all who contemplate putting in
HEATERS or making any alterations in their
heating arrangements te de se ut once before
the rush or Fidl Trade begins.
THE MOST RELIABLE
Stores, Heaters ail Raises,
In tlic Market, at the
Flo & Snail's
GREAT STOVE STORE,
152 North Queen Street,