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Volume XYII-Ne. 27.
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FRIDAY EVENING, OCTOBER I, 1880.
SENATOR HILL OX GENERAL HAN
Southern Sentiment Warmly Endorsing It
The Southern People Opposed te
Their Payment Profitable Busi
ness for Republican Specu
lators and Scalawags.
" A FLEA IN HIS EAR."
Mr. Edwin T. Freedley' Response te sa Ap
peal for a Contribution te the Repub
lican Corruption Fund A Repub
lican Who te Going te Vete for
Ilanceck Climbing Mount
Ben Hill's Views.
"What will be the effect of this letter
of General Hancock en the Southern Dem
"It will have a most salutary and
strengthening effect. It will have this
effect because it exactly expresses what is
already the view of that question taken
by all the people of the Seuth, by every
man of intelligence and standing, without
exception, throughout that part of the
country. Fer years the Seuth has held
just this doctrine, nnd it is one of the rank
est absurdities of the day te suppose that
the people of the Seuth or any number of
them are waiting ler tne coming season of
Democratic rule te urge claims of any sort
upon the treasury 'of the United States.
But mere than this. That letter and its
principles will strike right te the heart of
a practice which has grown up as a result
of Republican misrule in the Seuth. There
has sprung up there a horde of claims
agents Republicans from the North, who
have cone down te the Seuth with that
special mission, as well as Republicans of
that country, carpet-baggers and ethers.
They buy up claims of all sorts, some of
them of the flimsiest nature, mere pre
tenses. These are either bought outright
for a mere pittance or they are taken en a
heavy commission or contingency. Many
of these claims are almost wholly frau
dulent, and when there ia a mere
shadow of pessible justice these Republi
can agents say te the man who owns the
claim : ' Yeu cannot collect it ; you are a
Democrat. I am a Republican and can
sec it through.' Washington is full of
just bucIi cormorants and the Seuth lias
been infested with them. Here these
claims, se manufactured and being fanned
into existence, arc paraded as
claims' and much is made of them.
form very convenient campaign ammuni
tien with hearers who de net understand
the facts that lie between them. In the
Seuth, Republican workers make use of
au argument directly the reverse and urge
the necessity of the success of the Repub
lican party because then this trade in
claims will rcvive ! Fer some years past
during the rule of the Democracy of this
country in the Heuse of Representatives
this business of pressing claims has been a
very peer one, indeed. I am certain that
the entire amount of claims allowed by
the DemocrattcHeusc during five years docs
net equal the amount passed by the Repub
licans in a single session. I cannot myself
recall a single claim. There have been
plenty of them introduced, and by Demo
crats, tee. I have myself introduced bills
covering claims because they came from
my constituents, and I consider it their
right te have their demands made known
by their representative in Congress, but
I have always distinctly told the parties
petitioning that I would make no effort
te secure the claims, that they did net
meet with my approval, and that they
could only take their course se far
as I was concerned. I have had but ene
opinion en that subject, and ever two years
age, in a speech made en the Warren
Mitchell claims, I spoke out what I thought
then, aud I think se new. The papers of
Georgia copied that speech and approved
of it ; se did the people, tee, the Democ
racy of the state. The speech anybody
can find in the Congressional Recerd. The
views and language of General Hancock
are forbearing en that topic as compared
with the feeling in the Seuth. 'Southern
claims ' is a great cry made te cover up
tracks of Northern speculuters who have
found it very hard scratching for five years
past in pressing their betight-up claims
before Congress. These claims, if there
ever were such, have lest all their power
and effect by lapse of time. The Seuth of
te-day is net the Seuth of I860. Then we
were a slave-holding people,readyfer seces
sion if need be te sustain that institution.
The Seuth of 1880 is a land of freedom and
union, working and prospering every hour.
Wc have no special legislation te seek and
no distinctive claims te press. We want no
action of Congress ether than is geed and
wise for the whole country. What we want
and what we have wanted for fifteen years
past has been relief from federallegislatien.
When the war ended slavery was dead,
and with it went the pretext and the in
citement te secession. We are new and
have been since the war in favor of a
Union of equal rights, of friendship and
geed-will. Instead, we have been the vic
tims of sectionalism and of that grasping
avarice of imported office-holders. The
people of the North de net understand
the revolution in the feeling and social or
ganization of the Seuth which the war
has worked. We looked upon slavery as
the one thing necessary te our existence.
When a planter made money he invested
it in negrees. Our whole plan of exist
ence and business was based upon them.
We looked upon their liberation as a great
danger, te be avoided at any effort. We
have been greatly and agreeably surprised,
and te-day you will net find one Southern
man who would desire te see slavery re
established, The negre has net become a
danger. He works for his own support
new as he did then. We had thought
that our staple, cotton, could net be suc
cessfully cultivated except by colored la
borers. We have discovered that white
laborers are fully as efficient, and as
agriculturists their superior ability is be
coming manifest. Superior farms well cul
tivated are te be seen en every side. The
Seuth is filling up with a new population.
Its varied products give it an advantage
ever the Northwest, and it has a future
before it which we can form no idea of
new. In my own state of Georgia there
has net been a cotton mill credit that has
net paid handsome dividends. That is an
industry which is growing at a rapid rate.
Only a few weeks age I met a gentleman
here who had come from Georgia te secure
Northern capital for mill building in that
state. He found, he said, no difficulty in
inducing Northern capitalists te put their
money into the schemes. They are net
frightened by the Republican roerbacks
of rebel claims. They see that a section
se undeveloped as the Seuth is, which can
support mills and pay geed earnings en
them against the competition of the North,
is a geed place te invest in, and that, it
strikes me, is one of the best indications
of what is thought of the Seuth by men
who have the best reasons for informing
themselves accurately and fully. This era
of misrepresentation has been going en
long enough, and the bugaboo of rebel
claims is but one of a whole series of stock
in trade lies upon which the administra
tion has been trading. The people of the
North de net understand the Seuth or the
people there. The change from the period
before the war te the present has been a
revolution in the Seuth, and a revolution
which has net yet been grasped by the
people of the North. I am willing te think
that Northern Republicans held the opin
ions which they de of the Seuth be
cause of ignorance of her people. This
is gradually passing away, and when
the Seuth has been let alone for a time
long enough te get her own bearings the
world will sce that it is no longer the Seuth
of secession and slavery, but the Seuth of
union and freedom. We have no interests
te day but a common one with the people
of the North. The payment of all the
claims, real or imaginary and the line is
very indistinct between them which may
be brought before Congress would surely
net be for the common interest. I think
that ever $100,000,000 have been taken
from the treasury of the United States in
paying claims te Republican speculators,
which has been charged against the Seuth
as ' ' Southern claims. ' ' The success of the
Democracy means the thretting of the
whole breed of these claims which arc new
in the hands of Republican campaign
workers ready te be brought
forward when they seen likely
te get through by Republican and possi
bly some Democratic votes. As te that
absurdity of cutting off the pensions of
Union soldiers or their heirs and estab
lishing pensions for Confederate soldiers
I answered itbeyend all cavil and doubt,
1 think, in my speech at Tammany hall
last Thursday night. Gen. Hancock's
letter makes tliese remarks unnecessary.
It covers precisely the same ground, and I
can say that if the Republicans think the
clear, outspoken words of Gen. Hancock
will lese a single Democratic vete in the
Seuth they are very much mistaken. It
will hit only the Republican speculators
who manufacture these claims for the
pecuniary profits which fellow. With a
Democratic Heuse in control their busi
ness has been very slim indeed, and with
complete Democratic control in Washing
ton the business aud the abomination of
these Southern war claim agents will be
wiped out all together.
Mere Plain Talk.
A Rebuke Frem a Republican te a Republi
can Corruption Fund Collector.
The following letter has recently been
made public :
Philadelphia, August 28, 1880 Ames
R. Liltle,esq., President Garfield and Arthur
Ulub, lucenty-eccend Ward Dear Sir : I
received your circular asking me te con
tribute te the best of my ability te the
fund necessary te carry en the active work
of the campaign, by which I snppose you
mean the campaign against General Han
cock. Theie are many reasons why I can
not accede te your request, but one or two
In the first place I de net intend te vete
for Garfield and Arthur. I have net en
joyed the benefits the Republican admin
istration has cenfered upon certain
classes. I hayc net been a sheriil", or a
delinquent tax collector, or any office
holder who lias fattened upon the miseries
of the people, and de net appreciate the
importance of keeping the Republican
party in power. I have seen se much suf
fering during the past seven years, net
only among the laboring clas.c.s, but ethers,
se many bankruptcies, severe losses and de
struction of commerce, dircctlychargeable
te the financial policy of Boutwell and h:s
successors in office, tint no change could
possibly be for the worse. Had it net been
for the favor of a kind Providence in giv
ing us bountiful harvests, when the crops
failed abroad, very few of us would new
have any money left te contribute te any
thing. The " new returning prosperity,"
te which you allude, is the triumph of na
tural, providential causes ever Republican
Secondly, in my opinion, if Philadelphia
should give a large Republican majority
at the next election the trade of the city
will be seriously injured. Such a vete
should be interpreted as indicating that
our pcople are illiberal, full of sectional
hate and monstrously ungrateful, and the
commercial travelers of Philadelphia
houses will have a rough time of it in so
liciting custom in our best markets. Prin
ciples, I concede, should never be sacrificed
or surrendered for commercial considera
tions ; but where is the wisdom in se vot
ing as te drive away trade when there is
no impertaut principle te be conserved ?
Why pursue a phantom when we are
likely te fall into a quagmire ? The Seuth
will be in the near future, if we arc wise,
our best market. The Seuth of te-day is
net the Seuth of 18C0 the majeiity of the
pcople in the Seuth new arc net the rebels
of 18G1 but it is a new Seuth, purified
and redeemed, growing in population and
wealth, and abundantly able te bless these
who bless her aud punish these who cttrse
But there is another consideration, and
that is the propriety of equipping clubs
tending te reproach the living representa
tive of the dead who fell at Gettsburg for
our deliverance from invasion. In July,
18G3, the women and children of Philadel
phia would net have permitted clubs te
parade our streets and defame the defend
er of their homes. We are reminded by it
of the mutineers of Reme, who drove out
Caius Marius, who had saved their city,
crying, "Kill him. and we'll have corn at
our own price. It's a verdict." Kill Gen.
Hancock and we'll have a tariff te our lik
ing, though you and every intelligent man
knows that whatever modifications may
be made in the present tariff will be made
by a cemmittee from Congress, -nided by
experts and business men, nnd will possi
bly be the same whichever party may be
in power. Kill Gen. Hancock for, though
he was a target for rebel bullets during
four years, he may, if elected president, be
unduly kind te his former enemies.
Philadelphia occupies an anomalous aud
exceptional position in this campaign, and
what it may be perfectly right te de else
where it may net -be proper te de here.
When the rebel cannons wcre thundering
at our doers, and General Hancock steed
between us and them until he fell wounded
and bleeding, he did net step te ask
whether wc were Democrats or Republi-i
cans. New, would it net be a noble and
generous act if the people of Philadelphia
should lay aside political differences for a
time and give him their unanimous vote?
But if you must persist in
the work you have begun why
net apply te the merchants of New
Yerk? They will probably contribute all
the money you want te establish Garfield
and Arthur clubs in Philabelphia, for the
trade we shall lese by se doing, they will
probably gain. Let me implore, you,
however, net te use any part of the fund
you are raising te provide badges and de
vices that may teach young men te mock
at heroism, or make light of great services
rendered te one's country.
There are a few names in American his
tory that defamation cannot hurt, and
among thorn are Washington, Lincoln and
Hancock ; but te attempt te defame cither
one of these patriotic names,
"Were te us oil, that de It andsufler it,
A brand te the end e' the world."
With sentiments of personal esteem, I
am yours, Edwin T. Fbeedley.
A Bliad Mm Climbs Meat Hlaac.
His Own AcoeuBt of tba Perilous Ascent
A a Unprecedented Feat.
F. J. Campbell, a blind man, gives in
the Londen Timet the following descrip
tion of his ascent of Mflnt Blanc :
"My ascent of Ment Blanc was net a
sudden, reckless undertaking. It was the
result of a fixed purpose, and only under
taken after a loner and careful nreDaratien.
In order te carry en my work en behalf of
ine Duna, n was necessary te Keep np my
pluck, energy and determination. Skat
ing, swimming, rowing, riding, have all
contributed their share te this end, but
last year I went Switzerland te try moun
tain climbing. The experiment was high
ly successful. This year I went again,
accompanied by wife, son, and his high
ness Prince Alexander Geerge of Hesse.
After four weeks' continuous work en the
glaciers and in various mountain ascents.
I went te Chameunix, and without diffi
culty achieved the object of my summer's
" In company with my son, with Benoit
as my leading guide, I attacked Ment
Blanc At first the guides expected te
drag me up, but I gave them their choice
te leave me te climb in my own way or
give up the undertaking. I was resolved
te make an honest climb or give up the
ascent. I took my place en the rope in
the ordinary way, except that the distance
between my son and myself was only a few
feet. This enabled me te fellow his foot
steps closely, and in such places as the
very dangerous crevasse near the grand
plateau we moved in immediate succes
sien. Fer instance, before he weuid take
the fingers of his right hand out of the
hele which had been cut in the ice
wall for the purpose, -my left hand
would touch his right hand and be ready
te occupy the hole as seen as he relin
quished it. With the exception of cut
ting very excellent steps for me, the guides
during the ascent did net assist me in any
way. I was glad te find that the ascent of
such steep places as the Bosse was much
easier than I had anticipated. The cutting
of steps required considerable time, and
allowed me at my leisure te prepare for
each difficult and dangerous step. Besides
carrying a strong alpenstock, I always take
with me in difficult climbs a short walking
stick which I often use in my right hand
as an indicator, and te show the skill
which it is possible te attain in this way, I
may mention that I did net miss a single
step in the entire ascent. When I reached
the summit, Benoit exclaimed, ' Welcome
te the summit of Ment Blanc. Yeu are
the first and last blind who will ever stand
upon this the highest point in Europe.' But
my mind was busy. Passing from peak te
peak, I went round the entire circle, dwel
ling en many favorite summits. They had
all been carefully studied, and each in turn
brought some new winged hope ter the fu
ture. It was very cold, and the guides
seen reminded us that we must begin the
descent. Before doing se, however, I con
secrated my life anew te the blind,and have
new returned te England te prosccnte this
one purpose of my life. In difficult climbs
I rely entirely upon my own careful steps
and the strength of my own arm, but in
making descents it is otherwise, especially
ever snow slopes. Here I take the guide's
arm and my alpenstock in the ether hand
and bound down with great rapidity. We
made the descent from the summit te the
Grand Mulcts in three hours and thirty
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a stock aggregating about
ONE MILLION DOLLARS
In Dry Goods alone, which stock rapidly passing out and constantly renewed, is
ever fresh and new. Te particularize se enormous a stock is manifestly impossible as
each department (of which there are thirty-two) contains a vast variety of Ha specialty
aiTira ivnrtaa rmn-nr. -r.r .. - -. .
k""lle " uwua, iijAUtt. uuuus, JIADJS-UP-GAR3IENTS OF
EVERY KIND, FOR LADIES AND CHILDREN, SHAWLS, CLOTHS CALI
COES, HOSIERY AND UNDERWEAR, WHITE GOODS, GLOVES DRESS
TRIMMINGS, LINENS, MUSLINS, BLANKETS, QUILTS AND FLANNELS are'
included and are displayed in assortment indescribable. The wants or every consumer
can be speedily met at prices guaranteed te be as low as equally roluible goods can be
Fer the convenience especially of out-of-town customers, waitiug-and reading
rooms, package rooms, etc., have been established, aud a cordial invitation is extended
te the ladies te avail of the conveniences offered and make our establishment their
headquarters in Philndclphia without incurring the slightest obligation te purchase.
. These who cannot visit us iu person
offered by our thoroughly systemized
STRAWBRIDGE & CLOTHIER,
MARKET STREET TO FILBERT,
N. W. COR. OF EIGHTH STREET,
Whelcule and Uetall Dealer lu all kinds or
LUMUER AND COAL.
M-Yard : Ne. 420 North Water and Prince
streets above Lemen. Lancaster. ii3-lyd
COAL! COAL! COAL! COAL
Ceal of the Best Quality put up expressly
for family use, and at the low
est market prices.
TRY A SAMPLE TON.
mr YAKD ISO SOUTH WATKK ST.
ntiM-lyil PHILIP SCIIUM, SON & CO.
10AL! COAL! COAL!!! "
We have constantly en hand all the best
grades of COAL that arc In market, which we
are selling as low as any yard in the city.
Call and get ir prices before buying else
where. M. F. STEIGERWALT & SON.
M'-T-lyd 23 NORTH WATER STRE KT.
H5H NORTU WATER ST., Lancaster, Va.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
LUMBER AND GOAL.
Connection With the Telephonic Exchange.
Urauch Oillce : Ne. 3 NORTH DUKE ST.
GOBREOHT & OCXS'
GOOD, CLEAN FAMILY COAL,
and all ether kinds of Ceal. Quality and
q uantity guaranteed. Yard, Harrisburg 1'lke,
Ofllre, 20 Eust Chestnut street. augt7-tfd
Fer geed, clean Family und all ether kind
or COAL go te
OFFICE: 22 liast King Street. YAKD:
618 North Prince Street.
TtARGAINS FOK EVERYnODV.
BABE CHANCE IN CABPETS,
Positive sale te Reduce Stock et
6,000 Yams Brussels Camels,
AT AND BELOW COST.
Call and satlsty yourself. Alse, Ingrain, Rug
and Chain Carpets in almost endless variety .at
H. S. SHIRK'S
203 WEST KINa STREET,
CHINA AND OLASSWARE.
We are constantly receiving something new
and novel in
Fancy Goods, China, Lamps,
Don't fall te tea them.
HIGH & MARTIN,
Ne. 15 EAST KING STREET.
Antnran Season of 1880
themselves of the advantages
BOOKS AND STATIONERY.
for luuifiiit.-i- City und County, at
L. M. FLYNN'S
Ne. 4 WEST KING STREET.
Ne. 32 East King St., Lancaster, Pa.
Schools of Lancaster City,
NEW AND SECOND-HAND.
At the LOWEST PRICKS, ut tlu; lioek Stere of
JOM BAER'S SONS,
IS and 17 NORTH QUHSN STRUT,
New Samples! New Styles!
Clubs unci Committees invited te call nnd ex
amine our goods before purchasing.
CAPES, COATS, HATS. CAPS, HELMETS'
TORCHES. RADGES. STREAMERS,
FLAGS, IICRGEES. (Political
Lanterns very cheap.)
Bunting Flags of An Sizes.
Portraits of Presidential Nominees
1 en cloth, suitable ler Banners and Transpar
encies. FLASH TORCH.
' Every Club ought te have some, even ir they
de net nave them for entire Club.
j D. S. BURSK,
j 17 East Kin Street, Lancaster.
-nnaeLESAMs and retail.
Ne. 237 north prince
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