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LANCASTER, PA., WEDNESDAY.
WEDNESDAY EVENING, OCT. 13, 1880.
AT FULTON HALL.
THE MEETING LAST NIGHT.
A SPLENDID SPEECH FROM DOUGLAS.
WARM GREETING TO JOHN W. FORNEY
F. Davis, esq., en ttie Platform Lecal
Incluentil et xue occasion.
With the deuble view of hearing the
speeches of the evening and the election
news the Democracy of the city crowded
Fulton hall last l night te its utmost
capacity, and when the hour of opening
the meeting had arrived every seat was
taken, except these reserved for persons
coming en the special train from Quarry Quarry
xille which brought uj about one hundred
besides these who had gene down from
this city in the morning. As they entered
escorting Colonels Ferney and Douglas te
the front of the hall the- vast audience
arose and cheered until the tumnlt shook
the very reef, and in a fexr moments every
scat and aisle wcre filled and the scene
presented was one of the finest that a cam
paign orator ever faced.
Chairman Hensel announced the follow
ing organization agreed upon by the cam
paign committee :
President Gee. Nauinan.
Vice Presidents II. L. Eckert, Itebt.
Patterson, James P. Marsh, D. A. Altick,
Wm. Miller, M. J. Weaver, E. P. Ambler,
J. G. McSparran, Wm. B. Ferdney, H. G.
Leng, Beardlcy Patterson, F. R. White,
W. B. Given, W. C. F. Sheer, W. Gumpr,
II. Wilhelm, Julius Lecb, O. B. Shcrtzcr,
Abram Erismau, David Jelfiics, Jehn M.
McCullcy, It. E. Fahnestcck, Philip Din
klcbcrg, Gee. Darmstctter, Henry Keller.
Chas Peters, Henry Wolf, Patrick Don Den
nelly, Lucas Fritz, Arneld Haas, Ch.
Zechcr, Ralph Fisher, Jac. Hartman, J.
G. McSparran, Ph. Bernard, M. llildo llilde
braud, B. Vandevcr.
Secretaries C. II. Celviu, James S.
Patterson, W. B. Given, Chas. W. Eckert,
Peter Landau, Simen S. Hiish, Gcerge
Steinman, Jehn McKilleps, G. J. P. Raub,
Gee. B. Willson, E. P. Dickinsen.
Mr. Nauman upon taking the chair was
warmly appludcd. He said that he was
duly sensible of the honor preferred, but
he would be pleased te meet the Democra
cy in auy capacity. Fer 20 years they had
been batting against odds. He hoped
this city would remain Democratic as new.
Four years age the Democracy fairly wen
a victory that was snatched from their
graspj by the basc&t fraud which ever dis
jrraced the political history of any country
Time at last sets all things even and in
the providence of Ged the time has come
te avenge this wrong. Garfield was a
participant in this wrong. Hancock is
a man who will net vaciltate, but if elected
will take his seat. A Democratic Con
gress will sec that he shall take his scat.
We are here te pretest against sectional
ism andj Republican iniquity.1; The
Democratic party is a fighting organiza
tion in every state. The ether party is a
sectional party. The "business" scare of
the Republican is the cheekiest, scheme
ever heard. Were they t.ie friends
of business when they gave away
the public lands and Heeded the country
with irredeemable paper money? Busi
ness prosperity is net due te the Republi
can party, but nine-tenths of it was due te
the providence of Ged manifested in geed
crops. That no party can interfere with.
The Republican party is no mere entitled
te say that the prosperity of the country
is due te them than the Heg Ring can
claim te have effected a big tobacco crop
because last year they beat the Bull Ring.
Laughter and applause.
Cel. Douglas's Speech.
Mr. Naumau then introduced Cel.
Henry Kyd Douglas of Hagerstown, Md.,
a former student of F.' and M. College,
adjutant te Stonewall Jacksen m the Con
federate army and new a leading lawyer
and citizen of Western Maryland. He was
cordially received and in his opening re
ferred te the local associations rccaucu uj
the present occasion. He need
only refer te the fact, that the only
political speech he had ever heard
before the war was in 183G,in Fulton hall.
by Ferney for Buchanan. He went into
the Republican party, the speaker went
into the rebellion. Beth arc back again,
and here in Lancaster laboring for the
election of Hancock. The people who live
,en the lower banks of the Potomac cannot
but regret that they departed from the
Union te go into the Confederacy, but, as
Lamar said in his magnificent eulogy of
Sumner, "had we known each ether better
we had loved each ether mere.' The
Seuth had sinned much and had suffered
much. Six bullet wounds attested te the sin
cerity of his own conviction that his duty
held him te his state's service, but if there
was ever need he was ready te receive six
hundred in defense of that same Hag un-
der whose folds he was born. As an cx cx
Cenfedcrate he came here te plead for
the election of the most distinguish
ed cerp3 commander of the Union
army. The Republican parly opposes
him en a purely sectional issue. The Dem
ocratic party knows no sectional line but
is the party or one great Union. The Re
publicans for this campaign had trampled
en their greatest soldier, their most mag
netic orator and their most astute finan
cier, and selected Garfield for his lack of
positive qualities. In the Democratic con
vention the Seuth had preferred Bayard,
but they gladly and readily accepted Han
cock as one whose election would be a
harbinger or real psace, real union and
real prosperity. They will carry the solid
Seuth te victory for these in his name
and under his banner. "Where wcre the
men who depreciate him when he was at
Gettysburg, at Chanccllersville, at the
Wilderness and Spettsylvania ? When he
drove the wedge of battle into the heart of
Lee's second corps V statesman tney say
Hancock was net. Well for the Union it
was that he was less of a statesman
in the field than Banks, or
soine ether Republican generals. In
peace and when vested with civil
discretion or responsibilities Hancock
has shown himself te be the statesman pre
eminent. Witness his order. Ne. 40 cm
bodying a declaration of principles that may
be taught children as their catechism.
His Sherman letter has mere statesman
ship in it than Garfield's speeches. His
belief in the supremacy of the civil is the
highest jewel in the hilt of his sword. His
escutcheon is spotless. His competitor's is
net. Garfield, stained with tlie ureuic aie-
bilier and De Golyer spots, was the veryl yesterday was a success beyond all expec expec
auther el the bill which would haveTtatiens. About 00 persons went down
stripped the epaulettes from Hancock's
Cel. Douglas touched successively upon
the bloody shirt and solid Seuth, hand
ling these threadbare Republican "argu-
tnonte" niln innisiVA sstir.r His IMlrtrai-
ture of the condition of the Southern peo
ple at the close of the war was exceedingly
line and his word-.painting, in which he
drew, the comparison in which the Demo
cratic party was pictured in the character
OCTOBER 13, 1880.
of Rizpah defending the dead bodies of
her sons from the ruthless talons of the
vultures, was listened te with intense in
terest and was an altogether highly
wrought effort. The absurdity of the
rebel claims scare, and the alleged busi
ness peril in the event of Democratic
success was very clearly pointed out, and
at this point in his address the speaker
introduced a number of apt illustrations
and witty anecdotes that went straight te
the mark. The concluding portion of
Cel. Douglas's speech of an henr and a
quarter's duration was devoted te his own
personal knowledge of Gen. Hancock's
connection with the execution of Mrs. Sur
ratt. he being an cye witness of the chival
ric bearing of Gens. Hancock and Har
tranft, who but did soldiers' duty in that
unfortunate affair, which he designated as
a judicial murder. The speaker's final
plea for reconciliation and peace was unus
ually effective and eloquent, and the era
tien throughout, which was repeatedly in
terrupted by terrific applause, was a fine
specimen of polished oratory, telling argu
ment and calm moderation. The impres
sion left upon his large and attentive au
dience was one of unmitigated favor.
After the peal of applause had died
away Mr. Nauman read an election bulle bulle
ten, which was roundly cheered and then
presented Hen. Jehn W. Ferney, who was
greeted with a perfect storm of enthusiasm
which was acknowledged by smiles and
repeated inclinations of his silvered head.
4 'May I come in ?' ' Queried Cel. Fernoy
as he stepped te the front et the stage.
" Certainly" came up a voice loud and
cheery from the audience, which
occasioned another outburst of cheering.
" Thank you," said the colonel. Mr. For Fer
ney with genuine pleasure intermingled
with honest pride alluded te the cordial
wclcome lie had received in his return te
the household of his 'tfriend3 of long age,
but mere recently his political fees. The
favorable news that we have just heard
from the Indiana battle is but the har
binger of the verdict se seen te be render
ed by that grand jury from whose decision
there is no appeal. When that verdict is
rendered the probable import of which is
indicated by the intelligence of Demo
cratic success in Indiana, the only " busi
ness interest " that "will be likely te suffer
will be the business of the present army of
office-holders. Laughter amij applause.
Cel. Ferney said he has during his ar
duous service en the stump during this
campaign talked te many Republicans who
he knows would like te join him, and he
did net sec hew any man who had ever
during his lifetime been a Democrat could
new held himsel aloof from that organiza
tion save through unworthy motives. The
Democrats aie hungry for power, and I
would like te see that hunger satisfied ;
they deserve te have that appetite ap
peased, if for no ether reason for theiea theiea
sen that a wise prevision contemplated by
the founders of our political system
was alternation in the office-holding
class. Mr. Ferney said there
is nothing in the Republican paity
as at present constituted that could possi
bly attract auy man unless it be the hope
of reward, and the hour is new come for
young Republicans te cut loose from that
organization before they arc poisoned by
the pestilence of death. Why, said the
speaker, no man can te-day conduct a Re
publican newspaper without being con
stantly called upon te dishonor himself.
The tyranny of the Republican party
was adverted te and dwelt upon
at length. The leaders of the Re
publican party arc te-day engaged in
hounding down a great soldier in the inter
est of a candidate of whom they are
ashamed and who is ashamed of himself.
Applause. The business peril is a scare
crow set up te alarm the thoughtless ; a
uighmarc whose only existence is in the
brains of the politicians who designed it.
Sensible people need net be told that these
business men who are doing well will
de better after. Hancock is elected ap
plause, and " the people of Maine
only a few weeks since indicated their
views en this question in a manner net te
be easily misunderstood. This attempt
te get up a business scare is simply the
last dying struggle of a dying crowd of
office-holders. A reign of prosperity,
supplemented by an era of peace and re
conciliation will succeed the election of
Gen. Hancock such as was never dreamed
of in philosophy.
Garfield as a candidate for the presi
dency ! Think of a man in that highest
office in the gift of a free people, who
slirinkB from his own record as the ghost
of Death itseir. Every day the men who
effected the nomination of Gen. Garfield
at Chicago are realizing mere fully that
that nomination was a fatal mistake. Ap
plause, The compausen el him with the
Democratic candidate is as Hyperion te a
Satyr. Every day he is growing weaker
and his record blacker, while Hancock is
growing stronger and his record mere lu
minous. Cheers. While new filth is
daily discovered ou Garfield's name, the
name of Gen. Hancock glistens with new
jewels of brightness and glory. Beth grew
"iute publicity as the canvass marched en,
Garfield's lamentable record daily assum
ing new phases of rascality ; his hypocrisy
and shuflling ou the questions of the tariff,
the currency, the salary grab, the
DnGelvcr mvement. the Pacific
railroads, ever become mere
clearly defined and damning, while
General Hancock has appeared in the
eyes of the American people as the modest
retiring soldier, who writes as well as
he fights, if net better, who in the pro
gress of the campaign is a surprise te -his
enemies and a delight te his friends.. In
conclusion Cel. Ferney paid an eloquent
trihntn te Gen. Hancock's services te
Pennsylvania and the Union, and said
the people of his native common
wealth are net ingrates, and will
spurn the efforts of designing politi
cians te heap ignominy upon the grand
soldier who in the providence of Ged will
in November will be called te rule the
destinies of the republic Tumultuous
f!nl" ' Ferney's address was listened te
with marked attention and respect and his
complimentary allusions te Gen. Hancock
were almost drowned in the storm of ap
probation with which they were greeted.
The Glee Club in response te loud calls
favored the immense aedience with a
favorite campaign melody. B. F. Davis
made a brief but telling speech, and the
meeting broke up with reusing cheers for
Hancock and amid intense enthusiasm.
THE LOWER END IX LINE.
mi; MASS MEETING AT UAISX;VJLI.E
Thousands or Sturdy Democrats In Attend
ance. The Democratic meeting at Quarryville
from this city in the morning tram, and
upon arriving'thcre formed in line with
Kreider's drum-corps, escorted the speak
er's, with the Hancock Legien, marshaled
by Philip Bernard, te the residence e
Gee. TV". Hensel, esq., where they wera
At 13 m., the Lancaster boys, who in
cluded the glee club, were marched into
the Qnarryville hall where a fine lunch.
was served them, and at 3 p. m., they had
supper at the same place.
Meanwhile the yeomanry of the sur
rounding country began pouring in and
delegations were received at the outskirts
of thevillage by the marshals and aids of
the local clubs. The Martic and New
Providcnce folks were headed by the Mar
ticville bund ; from Fulton, Little Britain,
Colerain and Drumere came au immense
delegation, with the Little Britain
band; and from Bart and Sadsbury
there was a large attendance, pre
ceded by the Christiana band. They came
in wagons, en horseback, in hay ladders
and vehicles of every kind, and many en
feet. They came with Hags and banners
and their entry into thevillage was greeted
with loud huzzas.
By neon it was estimated that ever 2,000
persons had assembled and this number
was augmented before the hour for organ
ization had arrived. The stand was erec
ted in the level let of Gee. W. Hensel,
opposite the railroad hotel and depot, and
it was decorated profusely with flags and
cvergiecns. Above the stand in bold let
ters was Hancock's striking declaration :
"As one people we have common inter
csts," while all around it wcre clustered
banners adorned with portraits and fit
The meeting was organized at 1 p. m.
by the appointment of the following offi
President Jehn I). Ilarrar.
Vice Presidents Jehn Gecheuaeur.Galen
J. P. Raub, Galen Lefever, Gee. Sutcr, W.
W. Hensel, Wm. Hastings,Beardley Patter
son, Frank Witmer, Jehn Hasting, II. L.
Tewusend. B. B. Gendcr. Jehn M. Rutter
Secretaries James Patterson. Abram
Kauffman, Wm. II. Rineer, B. F. Werth,
James Downs. Lery Sutcr.
Cel. Jehn W. Ferney was then intro
duced te the audience and made a stirring
speech of an hour's length, which was lis
tened te with much interest and received
with renewed interruptions of applause.
He was followed in an eloquent and effec
tive speech by Cel. Henry Kyd Douglas,
of Hagerstown, Md. ; R. B. Risk, J. L.
Stcinmctz. W. U. Hensel and B. F. Davis,
esqs., in the order named, spoke at length
qn the issues of the day and were listened
te with interest te the end, though it was
nearly live o'clock when the speaking
The Glee club were repeatedly called te
the stand and gave the highest satisfac
tion by their stirring ballads and ringing
choruses. After the meeting they sere
naded a number of the leading citizens of
the village. The different bands also dis
coursed music during the meeting, and the
whole occasion was one of rare enthu
siasm. The eicler of the day was most excellent
and the arrangements for the meeting
complete and efficient. It was the finest
ever held at Quarryvillc, and seldom, if
ever, has been equalled in the lower end.
It was a representative gathering of sub
stantial, thoughtful men and cannot have
failed te de great geed.
Itching and Scaly Diseases, Scrofnleus
Humors, Ulcers, Old Seres and Mer
curial Affections cured when all ether
human agencies fail.
1. cniccitA KcsOLvest puriflc, strcnglheni
and supports the system through the most
critical stages of bleed, skin and scalp humors
and disorders of the liver, kidneys and urinary
J. Citicura. a medicinal Jelly, arrests dis
ease, allays Inilanimitien. Itchlnif and irrita
tion, heals ulcers and cats away dead skin and
3. CfTicru.vMKDici.VAt Seap, for the toilet,
bath and nursery, cleanses, seethes, refreshes
and beluitilles the skin. Cuticcra Suavine
Heav is the only medicinal shaving soap.
SKIN HUMORS, MILK L'RUST, ice.
Skis IIr;ieit.-Mr.s S. E. Whipple, Decatur,
Mich., wxites that her Hue, head und some
parts eMier body were almost raw. Head cov
ered with scabs and sores. Suffered fearfully,
and tried everything. Permanently cured by
Milk Ckcst. Mrs. liewcrs, 11:5 Clinten street,
Cincinnati, speaks of her siter' child, who
was cured et milk crust, wliicli resisted all
remedies for two yr ars. New a line, healthy
linv with ! lin llllifill llt:ul Ot hair.
Tettek eir the llATfDS. Kliziibcth Ilnckley,
Littleton, N. II.. thankfully praise tl-e uuu
cura Ilemcdlcs ter a cure et tetter et the hands,
which had remit i ed thein almost Useless te her.
SCALD HEAD, ALOPECIA, A:c.
- he ld Head. II. A. Uavmend, auditor i W.,
J. &S. 1J. U., .Iacken, Mich., was cured et
scald head of nine ycar-i' duration by the Cu
Fallise op the Hair. 1'rank A. IScuu, Steam
rire Knglnei;, JSosten, was cured of alepecia
or falling of the hair, by the Cuticura Ucme
dies, which completely restored his hair when
all said lie would lee it.
IAD!:urr. Themas I.cc,227G r rankferd ave
nue, riiikidelphia. afflicted with dandruff
which for twenty years had covered his scalp
with scales one-quarter etan Inch in thicknefcs,
cured by the Cuti.inra llemedies.
Cimcrnv Uemsdies arc prepared by WEEKS
& l'OTTEi:, Chemists and Druggists, SIM Wash
ington street, llestuii, and arc ler sale by all
Druggists. Trice et Cuticura, it Medicinal
Jelly, small boxes, 50 ct-nts; large boxes, $1.
CCTiccitA Keselvest, the new Bleed Turlner,
$1 per bottle. Ccticcka Medicinal Toilet
Soai i" cents, cuticura Medicinal Suavise
Seap. 15 cents: in bars for Barbers and large
consumer, 50 cqpts.
tigAtl mailed free en receipt of price.
One bottle Radical Cure, one box Ca
tarrh Solvent; and one Improved In
haler. Price for all, $1.00.
Is or marvelous clUcacy for relieving violent
attacks et Sneezing, te which many are sub
ject, for cleansing the Head and Xasal Passages
when clogged with the offensive matter, ler
deodorizing and purifying the breath, for ren
dering the Head clear, the llr.iln active, the
lireathing easy, and every Sense In u me-st
grateful and seethed condition.
Beginning with the Xaal passages it
cleanses, deodorizes, seethes and heals. It ar
rests the lormatien of putrid matter. It strikes
at the very heart of the disease. This done, Its
constitutional action gradually and thoroughly-
removes from the bleed and circulating
fluids the poison that has been sucked up by
the absorbents from purulent matter whicn
had dropped into the stomach and been In
haled by the lungs. Ask your druggist for
Sajsferd's Kadicaz. Cure.
General Agts., WEEKS S. POTTER, Bosten.
Cellins' Voltaic Electric Plasters.
Placed ever the centre of the nervous forces, I
the pit of the stemacti, tuey siiniuiaie xne
Llvci, Stomach and Bowels, perfect digestion,
cure Dyspepsia, Jlilieus Celic, Crumps and
Valns. and urevcnl Ague ami .uaianai via-
ease, r or u caic ana aucu liiiugj, x uipiuiuun
et the Heart, Painful Kidneys, Rheumatism,
Neuralgia and Sciatica, they are the best rem
edy in the world. Ask. for Ceuixs' VetATAic
Elbctuic Plastkks. Only 23 cents.
VJiAYOX PORTRAIT ARTIST,
SIGX AND ORNAMENTAL PAIST1SG,
4 WEST K1XU STItEET.
pOTO KINGWALT'jJ FuU
M0N0XGAHELA pure bye.
Alse OAKDALE PC11E ME WHISKY, 85 per
cent. Alcohol, and the invigoratingTenic Hair
Liquid, and the
Best Sugars, Coffees, Teas, &c.,
All at Xe. 205 WEST KIXG STUEET.
Price Tire Cents.
Opened thia day a large stock of the aleve
goods, te which special attention Is Invited.
Silk and Cotten Yelvets
FOR TRIMMING AND SKIRTS.
BLACK AND COLORED SATINS
FOB TRIMMING, &c.
Black ami! Colored Cashmeres.
We have all the abeve goods In full supply,
and te be sold at our usual Lew Prices.
Set Doer te the Court Heuse.
HAGER & BROTHER
have new open the lutt-.-.t novelties in Kruncb,
English and American
I'KEXCII PLAIDS, HANDKERCHIEFS,
KOII LE, MOMIE CLOTHS, FLAX-
SUKS, SAHff S
Havejust received from Xew Yerk Impert
ers a line or Cloaks, Delmans and Jackets Iii
the Latest Style Ter Ladies nnd Misses.
Black ami Celers, Plain and
tfuney. In I.argi
J0E3-We Invite examination.
J. B. Martin & Ce.
Xew offering special value in
Btt ill CeK Castores.
PKCIAL ALt'K IX
BLANKETS, FLANNELS, UN
DERWEAR AND HOSIERY.
Wc arc daily opening Sew Design in
J. B. MM & CO.,
Cerner West King and Prince Streets,
IAKGAINS FOK KVKBYBODY.
BARE CIL1NCE IN CARPETS,
Positive sale te Kcdticc Stock el
6,000 Yams Brussels Camels,
AT AXD BELOW COST.
Call and satisfy ycurscir. Alse, Ingrain, Kag
and Chain Carpets in almost endless variety .at
H. S. SHIRK'S
203 WEST KINO STREET,
Attorney and Connscller-at-Law
21 Park Kew. New Yerk.
Collections made in all perta or the United
states, and a generallegal business transacted
Kcnrs by permission te steinman 4k Heasea