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LANCASTER, PA., WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 20, 1880
Price Tw Cmt.
Volume XVII-Ke. 43.
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'S UBCG STORE.
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We bavc Muslin Flags et all sizes.
Wc have Streamers in abundance.
We have Deuble Portraits of Candidates 22
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Wc have Single Portraits at Be each.
We have in stock different sizes of
We have a geed supply of
We have Greek Fire.
We have Badges in Silk and Metal.
Wc take orders and supply all binds of
Equipments te Clubs.
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17 East King Street. Lancaster.
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y Jobbing promptly attended te.
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WEDNESDAY EVENING, OCT. 20, 1880.
Tl LOCAL CAMPAIGN.
HUMOROUS VIEWS OF BEPUUICAN
DOWN IN THE LOWER END.
THE MEETING AT MONTEREY.
Fun for tbe Farmers.
On Wednesday evening October 19, the
Republicans of Drumore, expanded with
joy at the news from Indiana, which news
by the way but serves te spur up our
Democrats and put new life into our local
campaign, held a meeting at Chestnut
Level, with the most satisfactory results
te the Democrats.
The Marticville baud furnished music
and Mr. William Brosius and Dr. Gat
schell and James Cellins furnished the
multitude of about three hundred, net
counting Democrats, with " tatty."' The
band expected te be met by the influential
citizens of the honored town, and paused
a little way outside and waited. At length
Bill Potts traveled out te them, tendered
them the freedom of the town, and gal
lanted them in with all the grace e! a Ches
terfield. Soen after
" Night dropped her sable cu rtain dew n.
And piuued it with a star,
the delegation from Murphy's Leupe came
in, headed by Jake Archer, Bill Waters,
Jehn Harris and Geerge Cook (colored all)
ami flanked by Joe Dubree, while Adam
Ranck, the little miller, dodged along in
' Hey, the dusty miller,
And his dusty coat ;
He will vote a nigger.
Or he'll spend a great,"
Soen quite a thrill of excitement ran
through the immense crowd and swayed
it te and fro, like unto the mannerin which
a mud -puddle is agitated by a bull-frog.
Upen investigation it proved te be a dele
gation from Britain, winding its long
length of fourteen wagons down S.un Rog
ers's hill, reminding one of the companies
of boys often seen en summer nights
inarching up our creeks gigging eels. Only
two houses in the village were illuminated,
it requiring the concentration of all the
Republican candles of the village te light
the two, and the ethers had te pass for
temples of Democratic faith. A Republi
can told us the candle story, se if the
smoke should hurt any one's eyes he must
remember it comes from a "loyal"' fire.
Jehn Leng was chosen chainnau of the
meeting. It is preposterous te think that"
he is the man who spent some Lancaster
statesman's money for him at the Dru
more primary last summer, aud even spent
eleven deflars "Jeut of his own pocket "
and never get it back, and was " mad as a
hornet" about it. Leng would never de
such a thiuijas that he wouldn't.
Wm. Brosius was introduced as the first
speaker, and threw oil some of his peculiar
political ideas for about half an hour.
Brosius is the best Republican in the
lower end and would like te go te the As
sembly, but being se geed as he is, can't
get mere than half a show at the nomina nemina nomina
teona blatherskite like Dr. Gatchell
pleases our Republicans much better as an
office-holder. Brosius's loyalty te his party,
is little short of devotion, which is net
enough, however, te make the party di
vine even if it is worshiped. He is the
plcasantcst, fussiest little fellow in the i
world, ana it is really a pity ne is a nc-
publican. Te knew him one would sup- i
pose there was something better, brighter ,
in him, but it seems as if the under-tow
of the " tide iu the affairs of men" will,
forever drift him all askew. He will meet ,
such a man as Gatchell enhe stump as- an
equal, without a seeming qualm of pride, !
while Gatchell would sell him out for a tin '
cup full of hard cider. ,
Next Dr. Gatchell took the store box
and talked till everybody was tired aud
evcrv soul sick of his palaver. The doctor !
said afterward that he didn't himself be
lieve half he said, "but anything would
de for these fellows." He confined him
self principally te the review aud misrepre
sentation of the Democratic speeches he
had heard a couple of days before "down
at Quarryville." He constantly referred
te "old Jehn W. Ferney," "Baren Stcin
mentz," "Bill Hensel," and "that there
repentant rebel." Pennsylvania's his
tory contains the do.ter's public record,
and his private one is familiar
in every bar-room in the county.
He drank huge quantities of watcr,romark watcr,remark
ing he did se in absence of anything bet
ter, and said when be must he could tell
the truth ; made Themas Jeffersen the
author of " Get thee behind mc, Satan ;"
said wc were again fighting the battle of
the sixties, whereupon several Republi
cans started te take .the conscientious oath
and ethers te have their teeth taken out.
but the doctor reassured them seen that
there was no danger. Aud they came
back and heard Jim Celli us fellow the
doctor. James was just from Lancaster
and couldn't stand it long, se bespread
out his fingers ever a couple of darkey's
heads and asked a blessing which fell short
of the circle of amused Democrats en the
outside of the crowd. It was suggested
that Harrison Potts sing a sole, but that
was laughed down and Harrison didn't
sing. With four cheers for the Martic
ville band, with Frank Scott's voice wail
ing ever all, the thing closed.
The Meeting In Fulton.
The meeting at Wakefield en Saturday
evening had a very fair-sized attendance
counting the Democrats, who were led
there by the same attraction that would
take them te a minstrel or a monkey show,
and right well were they entertained. The
meeting in the evening was a continuation
of the one in the afternoon, with a repeti
tion of the same speeches, which, like salt,
lest some of its flavor te these attending
both. Your correspondent was there in
the evening, and upon request of Mr. Levi
N. Brown and a great many ether friends
te whom it is always a pleasure te see the
truth in print, and who always leek into
the Intelligencer te find it, took a few
notes. It was proclaimed throughout the
land that the "Buckeye Blacksmith"
would be there and ring his hammer ou
the cast anvil of the Republican mind.
His bellows wafffull of wind, public opin
ion worked the pole, but the old B. B.
didn't keep his fire well covered up, and
much of the heat passed off like smoke,
and when he did get an iron het the hun
gry fire-eating Republicans would open
wide tueir mouths te
' Catch the burning sparks that flew,
Like chaff from a threshing fleer."
He said he was eighty years old and was
very popular, but couldn't tell why (and
I'll swear I can't) ; where he had spoken
in his time, and what he had sud,and why
he had said it ; that he had been te the
Black Sea and in Virginia ; recommended
the ladies te have nothing te de with the
young Democrats, as they were always
wantine a change (he wasted his sweet
ness there, as can be proven) ; told them
that te elect Hancock was te abrogate the
war; that a gallon of whisky made sixty
drinks for a Democrat and ninety for a
Republican, but Dr. Gatchell shook his
head at that ; that the Republicans should
have elected the " Buckeye Blacksmith"
president that time instead of electing Mr.
Lincoln ; that he wculdhave hanged every
one of the "dirty rebels, nor forgiven
one," and a minute after turned his eyes
te the moon.
Hung like a gem en the brew of the sky,"
and thanked the great Father in Heaven,
who commanded us te love our enemies,
that he had been permitted te live te vote
for a praying Christian candidate. Be the
reputation of the old blacksmith what it
may, his speech was a repetition of false
hoods, bad pronunciation and worse gram
mar and rhetoric ; full of accounts of his
own exploits and self commendatory clausf s
pitiably absurbed and disgustingly foolish.
He is cither an egotistical old feel or a
childish old man, "supercilious and inso
lent, without the fear of being punished."
Then came Dr. Gatchell, white vest,
swallow-tail coat, stove-pipe hat and all.
The doctor was full of tire net Prome
thean fire fire-water. He spread himself
out largely and was enthusiastically
cheered by a great mauy boys and a goodly
number of old men, who, except in a po
litical campaign, blush te say he is a Re
publican While Gatchell was grinding
out his Chestnut Level speech with the
variations the scarcity of water around
Wakefield would suggest, the Drumore
delegation came in. Composed of fifteen
boys and twice as many voters, two colors
predominating, but se beautifully blending
and commingling that it was difficult
te tell just where e.ich left off cr
the ether began, it created quite a sensa
tion. We knew some of these Fail field
"bleeds" of the company were highly
pleased with their dusky companions
such a combination of refinement, intelli
gence and grace. What a been te wear
the white cap and cape of a Drumore Re
publican ! What a pity you have te asso
ciate with them, pet, patronize. Hatter,
fawn te get their votes hey boys ? Then
our brave boys were made te stand out in
a tobacco patch while the Buckeye blath
erskite was blowing off, without, hcarin?
him, till a precession was formed te meet
"the Oxford braves at Westbroek, and they
made our peer fellows come in behind a
negre company, led by the negre band of
Fulton, above whose brass horn-bells the
tortured music writhed aud quivered
screeched aud howled in the most agoniz
ing contortions. But honor is honor you
must bear the cress if you wear the cape.
One attractive feature about the precession
was two white men blackened and drescd
as negre wenches, each with a
broom and hanging en the arm
of a white man or person.
Considerable speculation was exercised as
te just what thessc wenches were te symbo
lize. Seme said it was te portray the fu
ture amalgamation or the races; ethers,
that it was te "ridicule the niggers"
knowing the idea wouldn't get through
their wool till after the election, ethers
again said it meant a clean sweep of the
Democratic paity, ethers said it was te
repiescnt the mass of ignorance of their
party. Any way it was a satire en them
selves, and music te our ears. Byren tells
us something about the eagle wounded by
an arrow feathered from his own wing
substitute buzzard for eagle and you have
it for the Fulton Republicans. After
Gatchell had made a second speech, Repre
sentative Landis, who had been "standing
back like a bound boy at a husking," was
brought forward and spoke of the cheer
ing aspect of the Republicau sky. Evident
ly Mr. Landis thinks the nasal organ the
organ of communication en the Fulton
stump, and received his applause from his
own voice. Meeting adjourned te meet
the day wc Democrats elect Hancock.
The Republicans at Ouarryville .
When the Democracy of the lower end
resolved te have a meeting at Quarryville,
they advertised it and held it, had a tre
mendous crowd, aud when the Republi
cans saw it, they resolved net te try te held
a day meeting, but get up a grand torch
light precession, and after it is ever that
truthful sheet, the Ifew Era, says they
held " the largest meeting ever seen iu
that locality 2,500 people were present."
The Examiner gees it a little lower and
says 2,000, with 700 inline. There is no
meie truth in either of these reports
than there is in any of their reports of
any of their meetings of this campaign,
which have been about as full of lies as
have been such demagogues as Gatchell, cr
such fish women as Billy Weaver, or as
unscrupulous a lawyer as Tem Davis, who
were the orators of this occasion. The
number of men, boys, &c, .&c, in the
Quarryville parade was 473 by actual
count. This included one raccoon and
But the actual number was less than
this who heard the truly great and loyal
speakers, for when it was told that Tem
Davis was present many a terchmau
turned homeward, and en election day
Themas will find that lightly bound as
are the Republican voters, there are"plcnty
who will quietly scratch his name oft their
Gatchell, who was present at the Deme
cratic meeting en Tuesday, had the lacs
te tell his hearers that Ferney said "In
diana would give 30,000 Democratic ma
jority," and his auditors knew he lied, as
did he himself, for Ferney said nothing of
the kind. Of Davis's speech little need be
said ; everybody knows him as de they lit
teo Billy Weaver, who is the next candi
date for district attorney and is new bid
ding for it.
If the Republican county committee of
as intelligent a county as Lancaster cannot
furnish better speakers te an average au
dience as that at Quarryville, they had bet
ter close up. Itis honestly the opinion of
the Republican voters of the lower end,
and they se express themselves.
Among the transparencies in their pro pre
cession we noticed, "We pay no rebel
debts." This wc think geed and would
recommend it te their speakers who forget
te pay some of their own little debts, as
did one of their orators at Oxford, who
tried te slip out without paying his treat
at one of the hotels at that place at their
late parade there.
Republicans at Monterey.
The following report of the recent Re
publican meeting at Monterey is sent us
by a prominent Republican of Ephrata
The Republican rally at Monterey wr
a complete failure, except as regards
the quantity of whisky and beer drank.
The enterprising tavern keeper, Mr.
Sheaffcr, had two bars in full blast, and it
was amusing te see hew the stalwarts
from this Republican stronghold crowded
around the bar instead of listening te the
dry speeches. At no time mere than
a dozen or fifteen men, outside of the band,
were listening te the speakers. Mr. Ken
nedy tried te amuse the crowd by getting
off a rortien of the speech of Tem Mar
shall, of Pittsburgh, delivered in the court
house at -Lancaster, and by cracking Jake
Amwake's stale, jokes, but he utterly
failed. Mr. Fry next tried te get off some
poetry, but his audience being of a decid
edly unpecticturn, he gave up in disgust in
the midst of his speech. Peter Hershey
next get talking about the rebel claims.
when there was a call for Leacock te fall in
line ; tbe few remaining bearers that Peter
had, thinking this a favorable opportunity
for getting a drink at the expense of Lea Lea
eeck, left the speakers stand, and Peter
had te quit for want of hearers. Jake
Warfel next tried te amuse the crowd, but
forgetting the names of the Republican
candidates, some one suggested te Jake
inai ne naa eeiier quit, wmcu auvicu ue
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hud dropped into the stomach and been in
haled by the lungs. Ask your druggist for
Saxferd's Radical Cure.
General Aats.. WEEKS & POTTER. Bosten.
Cellins' Voltaic Electric Plasters.
Placed ever the centre of the norvens-forces,
the pit of the stomach, they stiinulate the
Liver, Stomach and Bowels, perfect digestion,
cure Dyspepsia, Bilious Celic, Cramps and
Pains, and prevent Ague and Malarial Dis
eases. Fer Weak and bore Lungs. Palpitation
et the Heart, Painrul Kidneys, Rheumatism,
Neuralgia and Sciatica, ihcy are the best rem
edy in the world. Ask for Cellins' Velataic
Electric Plasters. Only 25 cents.
1 Te Nervous Snllercrs The Great Eure-
Sean Remedy Dr. J. B. Simpsen's Specific
ledicine. It is a positive cure, for Sperma Sperma
eorrhea, Seminal Weakness, Impetency.aiid all
diseases resulting from Self-Abuse, as Mental
Anxiety, Les of Memery, Pains in Back or
Side, and diseases that lead te Consumption,
Insanity and an early grave. Tiie Specific
Medicine is being used with wonderful success.
Pamphlets scut tree te all. Write for them and
get full particulars. Price, Specific, $1 per
p:ickaKC. or six packages for $5. J. B. SIMP
SON MEDICINE COMPANY, Nes. 104 and 106
Main Street, Buffalo, N. Y. Address all orders
II. I!. COiTRAN, Drnggist, Sele Agent,
137 anil 1) North Queen Street, Lancaster.
Hit. (iREKXK lias successfully treated ever
1,000 of the most difficult chronic Ne called In
curable cases during a nine month's practice.
The most et them hud been the rounds of tlie
lending physicians of Lancaster county.'
DR. GREENE is ready at any time te meet a
committee et the Lancaster County Medical
Secietv at tlfc Opera Heuso or elsewhere te dis
cuss the merits et Omniparity and prove its
superiority ever all ether pathics in vogue.
The people are greatly interested and de
mand the fullest investigation. Invalids are
every week dying in this county whose lives
could be saved. Is there nny subject about
which the masses arc mere concerned than
restoration te health, and the prolonging of
Dr. G. originated and is new the owner of 29
Medical Pads. He especially warns the public
iiRaint the numerous counterfeits new offered
Dr. Green does nn exclusive office business.
Patients who cannot call at his offices must
send full description et afflictions. Hundreds
of deaths have occurred here in nine mentlis :
only two in his practice.
Consultations free. Catarrh cured for 50
cents. Cure quick for Catarrh sent te any ad
dress for 50 cents.
DR. O. A. GREENE,
Ne. S3G NORTH QUEEN STKEET,
SO-tfdMWF&S Lancaster, Pu.
VTEKVINE, OB TONIC SPEUiriCA.
i A BOON TO BOTH SEXES.
A "REMEDY WITHOUT A RIVAL for all
diseases arising irem Nervous Debility, Sexual
Disorders, ever Indulgence of Vicious Habits,
as well as from the prostration et old age. Its
curative properties in violent and chronic
forms of the following diseases have been at
tested te by the most Eminent Physicians:
Dyspepsia, Self Abuse, Headache, Dizziness,
Sexual Exhaustion, Spermatorrheea, General
Debility, Impetcncy, Premature Decay, 4c.
It has been in nse for ever lerty years, and
is te-day the most popular remedy for the dis
eases above mentioned in the WORLD. It can
be used without regard te diet, is pleasant in
. . .. ., 1. ........ !.. nit i. la a,.., tittft. nfl
U151C, Ullll UVIIUI bum lui, ibMM euv, dm.e .
certain cure. It is no quack medicine, but
stands upon its own merits, as any trial wil
amply demonstrate. Since 1836 this remedy
has always been sold for a much larger price
than that for wldch it is new sold ; but owing
te the'act that the time for the payment of
an enormous royalty upon its manufacture has
expired, it is eficred te the suffering of both
sexes at one dollar per package, se as te be
within the reach of all ; at which price it will
be sent te any address tree et further charge.
DR. WILLIAM YOUNG,
. 46 Spruce Street, Philadelphia.
May be consulted en all diseases by mall.
MRS. C. LILLEK,
Manufacturer and Dealer In Hair Werk, Ladicsj
and Gents' Wigs. Cemul ngs straightened and
made te order. Hair Jewelry of all kinds made
up. Alse. Kid Gloves and Feathers cleaned and
dyed, at Nes. 225 and :B7 North Queen street,
four doera above P, R. . Depot. el-3md
Opened this day a large stock of tbe above
goods, te which pedal attention U lavlted.
Silk and Cotten Telyets
FOR TRIMMING AND SKIRTS.
BLACK AND COLORSD SATINS
FOR TRIMMING, &e.
Black and Colored CasbMens.
We have all tbe above goods In tall sapply,
and te be sold at our usual Lew Price.
Next Doer te tbe Court Beem.
HAGER & BROTHER
have new open the latest novelties in French,
English and American
FRENCH PLAIDS, HANDKERCHIEFS,
SUITINGS, SIDE BANDS, CASHMERE
FOULE, MOMIE CLOTHS, FLAN
NEL SUITINGS, Ac, Ac.
Have jnst. received from New Yerk Impert
ers a line of Cloaks, Delmans and Jackets In
the Latest Style for Ladles and Misses.
Black and Celern, Plain and Fancy, In Larg
JtW-Wc invite examination.
New Styles or CARPETS.
New Styles of WALL PAPER.
New Styles of DECORATIONS.
New Styles of OIL CLOTHS,
New Styles of WINDOW SHADES.
New Styles of QUEENSWARE.
New Styles of DECORATED WARE.
New Styles of FINE LAMPS.
New Styles of GLASSWARE.
New Styles of CORNICES.
New Styles of CURTAIN POLES.
An Eleguut Stock in all Departments.
j. b. imitu co.,
Cerner West King and Prince Streets,
CHINA AND OLASSWABE.
-J U - '
BRASS NIGHT LAMPS,
GLASS HAND and STAND LAMPS, -FANCY
NICKEL PLATED SAFETY LAMPS,
NICKEL PLATED LIBRARY LAMPS,
NICKEL PLATED HALL LAMPS,
NEW STYLE PARLOR LAMPS, "
At prices te suit everybody, at
HIGH & MARTIN,
Ne. J5 EAST KING STKSXT.
PAINTING. . . ,
All kinds of Heuse Painting and Gnlala?
done at the shortest notice andln tbe best pos
sible style. We have reduced ear prices m
1.73 per day. Shep en West Charlette street
sdSsmif AKMSff GUTHRIE SONS.