Newspaper Page Text
. -."' - l i 5"'
C ..- i- -- ,
LANCASTER DAILY lOTLLtGENCElt TUESDAY NOVEMBER 2, 1880.
Progress or the Gre.it Contest.
This morning opened bright and pleas
ant, the air being just ceul enough te be
bracing without being chilling. Before
sunrise gieups began te gather mound the
several polling places, ami by 7 o'clock all
the polls were opened except these of the
Third ward, where the ic was nearly hair
an hour's dcLiy, owing te the ineligibility
of two of the officers. t
Beth parties availed themselves of Hie
advice of tiic orators and newspapers te
"vote early" and the votes poured m
rapidly at the polling places. At no
feirner election vwis se large a propeition
of the entire vote polled in Ihcjoicneon.
Fer the first time in the histmy of Lancas
ter elections, United States deputy mas-
.shals appeared at some of the polling
places, aimed with '-ciedentials"' from that
prince of 2 bulldozes s, SlarshalJKcms, of
Philadelphia. Tipstava Jacob tlelliuger
is the deputy marshal at the Seventh
ward pall, and Andrew J. lilctcher at the
Eighth w.ud polls. Of cenrse no luar.-lials
weic needed te protect theTliirdandFeurth
waid poll, they being under the control of
the liupublicau ballet-box htuilcis and 1c
turu tinkers, led by McileUeu and John John Jehn
eon of " b'us naturalization paper"
memory. The weist we have heard of
them up te this willing is that they?htve
succeeded in voting a few paupursand non
residents, and kecpitiir out a few legal
Noseiieusdistuibanccs ha-.c been ic-pert'.-d
npte the hour el wilting (0. p. 111.).
At the Third ward poll about neon
Jehn McCeid ell'eicd te vote and
was objected te by reason of non-payment
of tax. lie was taken inside and stated
under oath that he had net paid a state or
county tax within tw. years. His vote
was 1 ejected, but about hejji he icturned
te the pjll-i and again elleied te vote. Ilis
vote was again objected te by Geerge Nor Ner
beck, wheieupen'he t-eizeu Xeibeck by
the threat, and Jehn W. Powell (who
docs net c.en live in the Thiid waid)
fitiuek Xerbcck in the mouth. Chief of
Police Ucichler being called upon awe-ted
McCeid. .main ... the met est el lla
lirewii, and toel: him te the lockup
was immediately bailed en
te the poll.'
anil seen allerw.tnU ictuiiie.l te the 1
with a tax iceeipt dated te-tl.ty, Novem
ber 2d, and in.it !:eil " duplicate, '' and
en this receipt hi.i vote was accepted by
the Republican election offices. s.
Mr. Xerbcck has cnleied suit for assault
and battery against both McCeid and
Between 1 and 2 ..Yleck this afternoon,
at the same dcSeciabJe lecalily where the
above repotted lcncontie ecctiritd. t'.ieic
was a fracas among the colored people
it was Uieclc against Greek hed-can ier
against rolling mill hand and fur a time
things hukt'd squally, a-s each faction de
ciaied its ability te clean eat the ether.
A gi cat crowd seen gathered around the
belligerents, and they wvivi scpnated be
fore the-shedding of much wool, but nfttr
a great many bad we.l? were spilled.
The Ycdc :.t 3 f.Ylud:.
Jielew will be found tiiu vote of the .-cv-eitil
waid.su I 1 hi.-city up te 15 o'clock p.
111. te day, compared with the vote cast, up
te the same hour for President in iS70
and for Mayer last Febaiary. :
. . . .r,i;e
;iii iu:::ti.Ait cuKiiiM'OiDnM'i-
An election for preMdent, Ircasuier ai.d
iic manages s te n:u n:i' be.ml ofdi efdi ofdi
luctein of tin; Columbia and -Marietta
tuiiipikc fumjiiny. for the tcmi of one
year, en.-.uiirj, te-k place yes-teiday all"!--110011
at the uliiue of the company, Xe. IIS
I.ecul .tivet, ami 1 exulted as follew.s :
PivMdent .1. f'.i'fr.hlcr.
Diricteis S. ii. Dctwiiei. .1. D. CVt
tiell, S. i. Steneti. Ceniad Swaitz and
Tieauiei Jeseph F. Cetirell.
An election at the same time ami place,
for a be.ml of d hectors, piesidcnt and
tieaurcr of tiie Columbia and Chest uiii
lliil turnpike ci.iup.ui, 1 (.-Milted in the
selection of the following for the term of
in year ensuing :
President Heubcn Ga; ber.
Directors II. ('ej)enisener. J. ('. Gather.
Michael Mii-aser, Michael II. Me ire and
Treasurer Jeseph F. Cettrcli.
Thesegular monthly meeting of the Yig
ilent l'ue company will take iilaec IhK
evening 111 tiie engine house pailer.-. en
Net ih Second stieet
3Ir. and Mis. AV. II. Mai tin, of Leaven
worth, Kan., are visiting in Columbia the
euestsef Jehn K. Kbeilein.
The hist el tins season s meetings 01
the raite society of the E. H. Lutheran
church will be held en Thuisday evening
next, at the lc-idcuce of Hiram Wilsen,
en the corner of Second and Lyust streets.
These meetings are geneially very popular
and well attended.
The election up te this hour is pas-sing
very quietly, but a very heavy vete is be
ing polled. There weic very ncaily leO
votes polled at the Second ward pulling
place (Wagner's hotel) befeie it had been
epenul an hour. Tliu weather is beautiful
clear and calm. Columbia will te-day
poll her heaviest vete and it will inn te
2,000 or theicabeut. The usual crowds
arc at the polls working as the '"best
weikers" enlj can. Theic is net a gieat
deal of scratching, but of what theie is,
Davis, for district attorney, is coining in
for his shaie. The Fiist ward polls will
show seuit! little scratching en Jehn D.
Eshiem an for Assembly. The fight heie,
en the straight, ticket, is only a question
of majeiities, which one party istiyingte
pull up and the ether te pull down.
The parade of the Hancock and English
battalion last night took in the principal
streets of the- town. The companies of
the battalion formed at the usual places
and the line moved at about 8 o'clock.
On being dismissed the line Jfermed 111
front of the residence of General Patten,
en Seuth Ser-end sticet, where Gen. Pal Pal
ten and II. M. Keith.cfq., made speeches.
Gen. Patten confined himself te the tariff
question, but Mr. Xerth took a wider field,
lercibly arguing his points and creating
quite a sensation among his hearers, lie
spoke well and stiaight te the point, and
was time and again interrupted with ap
plause. The speaking continued until
aften lO'e" clock. The "last grand lally "
of the Demecials was a decided success.
Thcpaiade was an orderly ami fine look
ing one, and the demonstration en the eve
of the battle will be one long te be lcincui
bcicd. Tiie Citizens' band furnished the
Miss Minniec E. Caldwell, daughter of
ex-Unknd States Senater Alexander Cald
well, of Lcavcnweik. Kan., is visiting at
Mount Jjclhcl, the lcsidencc of S. 1J.
Frank W. Hiukle, of the University of
Pennsylvania, is home te vote.
TheRepublicans had a meeting and lis
tened te one another talking, in Odd Fel
lows hall, last night.
Ye-tciday was ''All Saint's Day" and
as such ebsrncd by St. Paul's Episcopal,
Hely Tiinity .md St. 'Petcr's Catheiii:
Company II did net drill last evening.
The captain of the company is confined te
his bed with ssverc injuries, and the lieut
enants Welts elnccis; in tiie Democratic
D. I3ra:naid Case, esq., who was injuicd
ju a runaway last Wednesday, will lese Ids
V.":i:d I'isl, P-TG,
Knit rili .r-."i .
vote te-day, as he is unable te leave Lis
bed te go te the polling place. His con
dition, however, is much improved.
A very sanguine young Democrat last
evening made four bets of oyster suppers
for nine persons en Connecticut, Califor
nia, New Yerk and Flerida going Deme
cratic at te-day's clectier
All Hallow Eve was again celebrated
'a&t evening by the Columbia yetrh.
At this writing (12:29 o'clock) theic
have been a few mere than four hundred
votes nelled at the 2d waid polls, and 330
at the'lst ward. The vote is also heavy
at the 3d waid.
T1IK ArOSIJUKO COXFKS-slON.
The Celebration eritie Reformation Jubilee
at race Kvan5ellc.1I l.tnlieran Cliurcli.
In commemoration of the seventh eO-year
jubilee of the historic reading of the Augs
burg confession in 1330, before the Im
perial Diet of Germany, being the eldest
distinctively Pietestant declaration new
in existence as a confession ; and also in
perpetuation of the fact that 500 years
(six jubilees) age, the wi kings believed
and sublet ibcil by members of Evangelical
church, known as " Luthcians," were
compiled into one book known as the
Boek of Coicerd, the Lutherans of this
city en Sunday last celebrated in an
especial manner this gi cat jubilee of the
At Grace chmch, en Neitli Queen
sheet, at the coiner 01 .lames slicct, the
services weie appiepiiatc te the day ; and
the scimens pi cached by the pastor, Rev.
C. Elvin Ileupr, explained the causes and
the icsults of these two gieat confessional
Iii the afternoon there was a children's
service in the chinch, led by the snpeiin
tendent, Mr. A. A. Ilublcy, the piemincn
feature of which was tliu erection of a
massive white pillar, composed of nine
gieat blocks, each rcpiesentingan integral
pint of the l'oekof Conceid, which was
surieuudcd by suggestive tokens of the
Reformation, and icstcd upon the founda
tion efCluist, the Letd and the basis of
llisapesties and piephcts. The seivices
thiongheut weie well atteniled, the lleial
, attractions were exquisite and be'intiml,
:UI" Ulu collections nitett weie ueveieu 10
! feundim; a Gcimau pioftsseinhip in Muh-
ieiibL'ig college :;t .vnentewn, ra. npeciai
seivii'es and sermons weic held and de
livcied in all the Lutheran chinches of the
Jehn .lohnsen, colored, who was dis
charged yesterday by Judges Patterson
and Livingston en a wiit of
hnbtaa erpits, was again am-stcd
last night, in company with Iht?. Ilelzinger,
also colored, by Special Officer Ellas, for
diunkcn and diseidcily conduct. They
gac br.il for : hearing brfeic Aldeiman
Dennelly, of the Seventh waid.
lined ler Tell.
rfcl, saleiia keeper
l Jace'i Warfel, saleim keeper. Millers
i ii!lc, v.'.i, arretted and taken befere Aldcr
1 111,1:1 rFcConeniy en a charge of rfiiving
; Ihieiiiili the tell als d" the Millcrsville
1 ami Sl.1ekw.1ter Miinpiki, ami refusing te
t j).iy tell. lie was lined $2 and costs.
1 rire Iii .Mount Jfy.
Ycslcuhiy afternoon a iiie damaged a
twe-st'jry frame liensu in Mount Jey, oc ec oc
eniiicd by Klirinan Huher. The less is be
tween $300 and $40D. Tlit-ic was a partial
iiihurar.ee. The fninitme vra all saved.
i encasement of Jlr. Samuel Closes, of Xcw
1 Yei k, te Miss Hannah S.ilamen, daughter
, of Simen Salamon, c.i., :,."n of Lancaster,
I ik.w of Xew Yetk.
Complaint is made that the sticet i.unp
en Xeith Queen street between James and
l-'redetick. is greatly neglected very fre
quently 11. t being lit until long after dark
and sometimes net being lit at all.
:d liifnm :no -li-iT.tliencit
'liteneil t)V Malt JISllM'-i
f.iculti ,;i bii;
Ne luirrnr 1 vi-r yi t tilicnv b ie!f
A mere repulsive silil.
Than f sill that arc dec.ij e 1 ami black :
Or 0:10 mere pure and lirialit.
Than row-, of pearl", tint all may vaunt
IVhn put their laitli in 'SOZODOXT.
I'lir O'l'drr a:itl inflamed Iueim
Shavinj; ceap i- worth it- weight in
Ale you low pirilrd, 'levll-lllthc-:unuth,,
and weak In the Lack? Dees walking, lilting
or tlMiding c-aiHi: pain in the ;ii.tll el the
Irick? It ve yen luive kidney dUease, and
Pret. C.nilmetlc-ricneli Kidney Pad Js the
en!" lvnietly wlsieli will cine you rapidly and
periiiaueiitly and without villus yourbtemach
with nau-eatinpr mc-dlfine. E
! .Si-LVJ.H. XlsTiVES.
! sajipli: etic;k.
I I! K i:npn--ibli ler a woman nfler a t'lithlul
I rear-.t "I treatment with I.ydi.i V.. Pinkham's
I Vc'elabla Comneund te continue te xiiffer
! witli .'. v,(,:iii"3-i tt the utem-. K".e;ec a
Mla'iiptri Mr-. I.ydia '.'.. Piukhtun, i! WtMeni
uvcniH'. '.vim, M.i.., ler pamphlet-.
Kulertiiu tllli Aiiieiigtt tliti 1'ase K.ilist.
le-eph Duriinhergcr. IJieadway,.iyslie lud
the niistert'inc te evclvly "-praiu h;s ankle
cenlining him te hi, room and c.iusing ex
liemc siiircrlng. Ill's brother " l.esee of the E.
Side It. 1!. Grounds'' who always ui it In
Mich c-isi:-, induceil him te try it "and he iys
I Iiat the application etthe EcleclricOil half a
ilez-n tiiiu-j enabled Win 10 walk round and
before he had u-e.l yt or the battle he wat
quite recovered. Ter. a tie by II. it. Cechian,
ilrugsi-!, 137 and i:;:) North Queen t-tivct, Lan
caster, Pa. 47
The secret of long life i-s te keep the liver
perteetiy healthy, which i bet ncceinplilieiI
by ii-sin-j only -Ve'.lei-t Liver Pills."
"Jtt'eu ii'.i lirniirjiifl Trtchci" are uced with
advantage te alleviate Cough", Pere Tin out,
Ilear-encs-. and I'.re.ichial Ali'eetieiis. Ter
tiiirty jcar.s tiie-cTieches have been in me,
w it li annually incivasiug laver. Tl:-y are net
new and untried, tint, having been tcitcd by
wale and constant iim' !or nearly nu entire
;;enentieu. they l:ave attained well-merited
rm!; aiaen.' the lewtap'.oie!iiedie.sef thei.ge.
' ISi'exrtCa Jireiichifil Troches'' act directly
en the organs e! the voice. Tl.ey hav.-j an ex
traordinary eitect in all disorder-- oi'theThreat
ami Larynx, re-lering a healtliy tone when re
laxed, cither Iient eeM or over-ext-rlion et' the
voice, and produce a clear and distinct enunci
ation. Npcnlccr ttnd Sinyers tind the Tieches
A Cough, Celd, Catarrh 01 Sere T'lueat re
quires immediate attention, in ntgleet otlen etlen
titnes result in -e:ne Incurable Lung Disease.
" Uretrn's Jirenr7ilal Troches" will almost in
v.lliaDly give j-ellet. Imitation- are ellered ler
.-ale, many et which are injurious. The genu
ine " V.Yei'viVr ItrumhSttl Troches' are sold
only ia be-rct. '.ml.i-lydSw Tu.Thas
Jacob Smilh, Ciinteil St.. Ilultale, sRf, lie
has used Spring liio--etn in his tamily as :t
general nicilicine for e.w et Iiiuigestitin, I!il I!il
leiiAiiess. Uewel and Kiili.ey Complaints, iinil
disorders aiisin-.t lieniuupuiiiiex of the bleed,
lie speaks highly et its cKle.it y. Pi ice- l
cents, trial bitle in cents, for talc by II. D.
Cechian, ilruegisf, 137 and !".J North Queen
stieet, Lancaster, Pa. 115
Dr.. 1!iiow.mke- C. & C. CeimiAL is invalu
able te the consumptive. Taken with rcgu
laiity and according te directions, its effects
uic w'emlcrlul In acute and chronic diseases or
tiie ttire.it anil lungs. Fer sale by all druggists
and the proprietor, Dr. .Browning, 1117 Arch
Street. PhiKdelphla. Price j3 cents.
urTixx jivuUAN, Oct. -;. IseO, at life lie-fen.-cil
Pulmenale. New Helland, by itcv. D.
'.V. Gerluud, Henry JJentler, et Mehlerev, te
Mi-s llettie E. Ilehman, eTEa-t Uuii.
M-iimx Susme, Oct. til, ISSe, :.t t'le Ite
f.'rniftl l'ai9ei:age. New Helland, bv Uev. I).
W. Gerhard, Mim-s S. ilartin. te Wis Maiy
sentiunig, both of Eail township.
Wesej-s ZiatsuaaiAX.Oct. 31, 1S5S3. at the Kc Kc
femifd Parsonage, New Helland, by Uev. D.
W. Gerhard, Mfime N. Vt'cnger. el West Karl,
township, te Miss I.ydia Zimmerman, of La-t
H. Z. RHOADS & BRO.
Call attention te the completeness and variety of their
stock, including every article of every description in their line,
from the low-priced te the costly. All grades of Watches and
Time-keepers. All classes of Jewelry, including very many
pretty designs in cheap soeds, and a superb collection of fine
Diamond Goods. Silverware in full variety, from any geed
Electro-plated article te the Solid Silver Goods of great intrin
sic worth. Oil Paintings, Musical Bexes, Bronzes, &c., &e.
An purchasers of goods in our line, all persons contemplat
ing the purchase of such goods, all admirers of beautiful goods,
arc respectfully invited te visit our store.
H. Z. RHOADS & BRO., Jewelers.
SOLID SILVERWARE in all the new styles, comprising many articles
specially appropriate for wedding and anniversary oceasions.
BAILEY, BANKS & BIDDLE.
CLOCKS IN RICH VARIETY, including Mantel Clocks and Cleck Sets,
Traveling Clocks, &c. The most favorite Cleck is ' The Stem "Winder."
BAILEY, BANKS & BIDDLE.
WATCHES the best In the -world, in novel finish of case and great
variety of ornament. Our own guarantee gees with each Watch we sell.
BAILEY, BANKS & BIDDLE.
FOREIGN GOODS This Winter's Fancy Goods excel and exceed all
our previous importations. In every department low prices prevail.
Bailey, Banks & Biddle,
12TH AND CHESTNUT,
SKOAK MAKERS WASTKU
t;oei WOUKMKN will be puiri Tlircu
IelI;r.:- ncr Theu-anil. Xe ethers need apply
-tit LEWIS SYl.VEsTEU 4 CO.,
TdIi.icce Keswcalin;; Warehouse, Cherry Ally,
FAKMCCV XAT'l I J AS II OF I.ANCASTBR,
November 1. 1SSU.
The beard nfdirrcters have this day declared
a dividend et lire and a-lialf per cent, for the
hi;t bix months, payable en dcin.intl.
I FULTON HALL.
MONDAY. NOV. 8.
"Ingerselllsui Frem a
" lien. Gee. It. Wcnd-
una, Chicago. 111.
TUE&DAY, .NOV. 0. "William Cullcn Bry-
iint." Wallace Itrucc, New Yerk City.
WEDNESDAY. NOV. 10. "Abraham Lin
coln."' lien. Schuyler Colfax, Seuth Iteml,
TIIUKSDAY. NOV. 11. "A Visit te the Ye-
aeinite Valley." Dr. O. II. Tiffany, 1'hiladul
KIMDAY, NOV. li. i:iaUIn?sby Pre!. Frank
Ilradterd, New Yerk City.
Sale et ltcscrved Seats will begin 011
SI outlay, Nev. 8, at a a. m., at L. Fen Deruuiith'8
lioek Siere, Ne. 32 East King street.
Course tickets for reserved seats $1.50
Single ticket for reserved, seats V
single ticket, general admission
Lectures wilt bculn at f o'clock.
Fill ill Winter Season 1880.
Our assortment ler the Full antl Winter
Season is new complete, and we have never
efTcied se attractive a stock in all our depart
It Is Inipns-lMie te give a faint idea of the
many bcautltu: nevcltic we show tills season.
The etlerts of Foreign Manufactures this ssa
sun have lieen very Miccesj.fnl, both in Solid
Coitus and Fancies.
!n addition te our superb stock of Kine
Goods, w have a large assortment of Freneli
ami lltniM-Klic FlHiniei Snitlngs, new se much
in vogue, from 25c te 91.00 per yard. In
Silks, Velvets and Plushes
Our assortment excels ull previous enes in
Itenuty and design, richness and coloring, and
great variety. Particular attention has been
paid te have the colorings match, se that no
dilllculty is experienced in selecting a combi
nation dress that will harmonize perfectly in
Black Goods, Lace, Handker
kerchief, Embroidery, Gleve,
Hosiery, Ribbon and
ments a full and most
attractive assortment will be
We also call attention te our
KS' All orders are executed icith premptnei
and in the beat manner.
In a'l Departments our stock will be leund
replete with the XKWEST AXD MOST E
slKAllLE (JOODS, and at prices that are as
low as the lowest.
IM COLLADY & CO.,
1412 and 1414 CHESTNUT STREET,
X All kinds et Heus? Palnting'and Graining
done at tliu shortest notice and In the best pos
sible style. We have reduced our prices te
$1.73 per day. Shep en Charlette rtreet.
ectl2-3ind AI.bE.V GUTHRIE A SOSS.
Hemer, Celin & Ce.
Ne.l59JNOnTil QUKEX STKEET,near IMS.
It. Depot, Ijineaster, Pa. Ueld, Silver and
Nlckel-cael Watched, Clmlns, Clocks, &c.
Agent ter the celebrated l'autiueepic Specta
cles and Eye-GIaMtcs. Kupairing a specialty,
SPECIAL ORDERS FOR
Kccciv uiet careful attnutieu.
AND KSTIMATK5 SUUM1TTED
E. F. BOWMAN,
IOC EAST KING STREET,
Ne. SO East Kin? Slrecf, Lancaster, Pa.
AVn arc new taking special nrhr for
902 Chestnut Street,
FOR BRIDAL PRESENTATIONS.
A SP1.EN-DID ASSOKTMEXT IX NEW
Tea Services, Ferks, and Spoons,
Fancy Silver, Complete
Our Stock in this Department is
unexcelled. We guarantee superior
quality at positively lowest prices.
Orders and inquiries by mail will
receive prompt attention. Goods by
express en approval.
LADIfcS AND GENTS
It you want a
GOOD PITTING BOOT OR SHOE,
Keo.y-niede or mads te order, cull at
Xe. 105 North Queen Street.
Custom Werk a Specialty. te'JRS&Wtfd
PROPOSALS FOR HEATING "rHK TWO
New Public Scheel Uulldings in the
ceune et erection or Eat Lime and West
James streets respectively, by Steam Heating
Apparatus or Wrought Iren Furnace, as may
hereafter be agreed upon by the committee,
will be received by them up te 12 o'clock m. et
November la. The bids or none but responsi
ble parties will be considered. The committee
reserves the right te reject any or ull bids. Fer
lurther information address or call en
Chairman liulldlng Committee,
e-JS-iHdTli&S Lancaster, l'a
TUESD AT EVENING, NOV. 3,1880.
A DAY OF FATE.
Te-day's Great Battle.
BULLETINS FROM THE FIELD
Through Republican Channels.
NEW YORK'S BIG VOTE.
WALLING TAKES WATER.
WHAT SHALL THE HARVEST BE?
The following advices are through the
medium of the national associated press,
and vie give them for what they arc
worth. The associated press is the recog
nized agent of the Republican party, and
is notoriously unfair in its election news.
Its desperate efforts te conceal the recent
Democratic victory in Maine are still fresh
in the minds of the people, who will be
disposed te accept its partisan reports
with a pretty big grain of salt, knowing as
they de that they emanate from Republi
can headquarters. -Eds. Intelligencer.
OVEtt THIS COUNTRY.
1'regreta of the Itattle of tli Ballet.
.Walling's Wings Clipped.
Xew Yekk, Oct. 2 Te day is a legal
holiday, ami business is suspended. Up
te neon a full vote lias been polled by
both parties. Superintendent Walling's
order te the police net te serve warrants
for illegal voting created much excitement
among the Democrats. At 10 o'clock
Justice Dully, accompanied by several
Democratic leaders and counsel, entered
the superintendent's office, handed him
forty-seven warrants, and directed liim te
have them served, at the sanie time exhib
iting an order of arrest for the supcrin
tsndcntifhc still refused. The superin
tendent stated he would have the warrants
illegal Voting In Xew Yerk.
Many arrests for illegal voting have been
made. Several United States deputy mar
shals were arrested for disorderly conduct.
In Kings county ballets arc being received
at the rate of one a minute and the Re
publicans are polling a heavy vote, al
though Democratic wards are holding
their own. Betting en the general result
is 100 te 40, and in some cases 110 te 30
that Gai field will be elected president.
Even betting that Garfield carries New
Yerk by from 15,000 te 20,000 majority
and 2 te 1 that Grace is elected major.
Buffalo, N. Y. 25bv. 2. The election
is quiet and but few irregularities in
voting are reported. Beth parties are
working hard and a full vote is being
CalcnlailDg en I'ldladulphla.
Phii.adei.phia, Nev. 2. At 10 o'clock
reports from all the city polls indicate a
Garfield majority of 15,000 se far.
Philadelphia. Nev. 2. Estimates
made upon the result in this city claim
from fifteen te thirty thousand Republican
The Bay State.
Spiungfeld, Nev. 2. A large vote be
ing polled throughout Massachusetts. In
this town many Democrats vete for Robin
son for Congress and his majority ever
"Woodwerth will be 2,000. Very few Re
publicans arc voting for Democratic or
Wait for the Gravel Train.
Banger, Me., Nev. 2. The Republicans
thus far have a majority of 511 in the
city, tthcrc Davis in September had a ma
jerity of 141.
Cincinnati, Nev. 2. The indications
point te a little lighter vet e than in Octo
Chicago, November. 2. Everything is
quiet with prospects of a large vote.
PneviDEXCE Nev. 2 The vote is coming
in uncommonly full, and early at neon
Garfield had 3,787, and Hancock, 1,253,
Weaver 40. Aldrich and Chase, Reps.,
will be undecbtcdly elccied.
Wilmington, Del., Nev. 2. Consider-
able excitementpre vails but no disturbance
Several arrests have been made, and the
police are en the alert.
Baltimore, Nev. 2. Everything quiet.
The Weather Generally Clear.
New Yerk, Nev. 2. With exception of
areas et light rain in Oregon, Colerado,
Louisiana and Eastern Texas, the weather
throughout the United States is clear or
Washington, Nev. 2. Fer the Middle
states clear or fair weather, northwesterly
winds, becoming variable or shifting te
easterly, slightly higher temperature, sta
tionary or lower barometer.
The Londen Walk.
Londen, Nev. 23 p. in. Rewell, 210
miles ; 9 miles ahead of Debler, second.
The Denver Blet.
Denver, Cel., Nev. 2. The citizens
are indignant ever yesterday's liet.
Thirty arrests have been made.
Layceclc wins the Ileat Race.
Londen, Nev. 2. The beat race between
Laycock and Hesmcr was wen easily by
Incendiary Fire at Carlisle.
Carlisle, Oct.2 An incendiary fire has
destroyed Wm. "W. Hendersen's bam
near this place, with seventeen bead of
live stock, all this year's crops and the
farming implements. Less ever $7,000 ;
Big Flre In Backs.
Quakertown, Pa., Nev. 2. The stove
works of Themas Roberts, Stevenson &
Ce., burned tbss morning, Less, $140,000.,
TlieKx.PrcsldeHt'sSeBaad Xametake .Har
ried te the Danghter or the x x
aenater front Colerado.
Mr. Ulysses Simpsien Grant, jr., the
youngest son and namesake)! ex-President
Grant was married New Yerk city last
evening te 3Iiss Fannie J. Chaffee, daugh
ter of ex-Senater Jereme B. Chaffee, of
Colerado. . Almest until the very hour of
the wedding ceremony, the engagement
was kept a family secret, and except the
members of General Grant's and Senater
Chaffee's families, no guests were present
at the ceremony itself, which took place in
the parlors of Senater Chaffee's residence.
Ne. 26 West Fifty-eighth street, and was
performed by the Rev. Dr. J. P. Newman.
The rooms were profusely decorated with
flowers and smilax. A little after 5 o'clock
the bridal ceuple came and steed before
Dr. Newman, who was under the arch di
viding the parlors. There were no brides
maids no groomsmen, but General Grant
steed at the right of his son. The
bride's parents were upon her left with
the ether guests. The service used
was a modified form of that employed in
the Protestant Episcopal church, was con
structed by Dr. Newman himself, and in
cludes the presentation of a ring by the
bridegroom. The ring employed was of
chased geld, with a diamond set in below
the surface, and bearing an engraved
monogram. The guests, besides General
Grant and Mrs. Grant, Senater Chalice
and Mrs. Chaffee, were Colonel Fred.
Grant and his wife, Mr. Jesse Grant and
his wife, ex-Delegate from New Mexico
Stephen B. Elkins and Mrs. Elkins, Mr.
and Mrs. William II. Hamilton and Dr.
and Mrs. Newman. Se that altogether
sixteen persons were present. The bride's
dress was of silk and et the palest possi
ble lavender tint, and worn en trtin, of
course. A long veil fell from the bride's
forehead, where it was fastened by a spray
of white flowers, and was draped in a
graceful sweep ever the long train. Her
ornaments were diamonds. The ether
ladies present were evening drcs&es and
At 0 o'clock a wedding dinner was scrvi-.l
by Dehnunice, at which only the sixteen
persons who had witnessed the marriae
sat down. On Thursday the bridal n.irty
will leave the city fcr Washington and be
fore their return they will probably visit
General Grant's home in Galena, III., and
the home of the bride' a parents' ft. Colora Colera
do. Upen their return te New Yerk a re
ception will be announced, te which the
personal friends of the two families will be
The engagement of Mr. Grant te Miiw
Chaffee is of some three months date. He
is a lawyer, in practice in New Yerk. The
bride is Senater Chaffee's only daughter.
She is twenty-two years of age and a
blonde of a decided type and very pretty.
She has spent much time in travel abroad
and is an accomplished linguist.
General Grant, who it was understood
intended te return te Galena te vete to
day, occasioned much sitriise by an
nouncing his intention te sacrifice his
vote. The cause of his inactivity was
only made plain when, accompanied by
Cole.i I Fred. Grant and the Rev. Dr.
Newman, he spent an hour in the forenoon
at Tiffany's selecting a gift for his son".-,
After the dinner General Grant drove te
the Republican national hcadquaifers,
where he remained for nearly two hour,
conversing in a private room with sonic of
the leaders of the party. He went te his
hotel before 10 o'clock and retired.
Philadblpuia, November i Fleur market
and prices ilnll; superllnc tl 75 '): extra
4 00t;15O; OhieiinU liKlluna family $'50i;-r;
Penn'u Umily $11235 37; St. I.ems t.uinly
at $9 75 U6 5': Minni-veta family J5 i"i ()." ",::
Sirnlglu SftOOffitfjO: Winter patent $c.5ii6j;7 M ;
Spring le $7 0038 25.
Kye Heur H rm lit J5 50 SO 0.1.
wheat quiet butstcu'ly; Ne. 2 Westsrn I.V.!
$115; ivun'a. Keil $1 I8I VM ; Amber
II Ugl IB.
Cern steady for local use; yellow ut rIJ(Cgj."e ;
mixed 51c. ""
Oats ilull, unci wenk ; Ne. 1. White
40Jc:Ne. i tle Ejc; No.:tIe STic; Ne.
Kye quiet lit 9Se.
Previsions sternly ; mess perk il5fl$ir ; bei'l
Immg $17I750; lnlinnin.'.s bee! hi itt.li;
8iuekcil hams lOJSIOjJc; piekleil hams 8J.J0e;
bacon smoked shoulders 5-43(e : wilt le 5J,Jc.
Lardnrin; city kettle ut iiJj : leo,i lee,i
butclier'7c; prtmu steam 48 50.
Cutter firm, with soed demand ter Cheice:
Creamery extru-'il432c: de geed te choice '(!
20c; B.C. and N. V. extra ta&Uci Western
reserve extra 2If?25e; de -reed te choice l'tg
2Kr; ItelN linn with fair demand for clinic-::
Western Heserve extra 222le; Pcnn'a l-'xtrn.
Eggs scarce and linn: Pcnn'a .Extra Sic:
Western Extra 21c.
Cheese dull and weak ; New Yerk lull
cream at UlifijVle ; Western full ereau. :il
12'15c :de lair togeod lll2c; de half d!;iin
lOwlOKc. Petroleum dull ; refined 12c.
Seed Geed te prime clever dull :itW50y
750; Timethy nominal at 2 7!32i:
at i At.
a. it. r. it. r. m. r. si. r. m
10:40 12:.5 1:1 J i-ji) 3:.
Pennsylvania U, It....
Phll'a. & Beading.....
Northern 1'acitlc Cem
Phll'a Jt Erie R. IC...
Un. U. It's of N.J
Central Train. Ce.....
IT tlsc, free of charge, In tliu Ij.TEr.Linu.
ckr, who wants semelliiiiir te de.
If rANTUD PLAIN SEWING AT NO.
Y Filbert stieet. The undersigned w 111 go
out nursing or working bj' the daj-.
MRS. S. U'OI.r.
2td 1K Filbert Street.
n e ii's i: jrvnxts it rxu
YUM & BRE8E3UIW
Would udvlac all who contemplate putting in
HEATERS or making any alterations in thcii
heating arrangements te de se at enc-e Ih-Ieic
the ruth of Pall Trade beaim.
THE MOST RELIABLE
In the Market at the
GREAT STOVE STORE,
152 North Queen Street,
TUV TIIE BLATC1ILE
Ker Cisterns or Wells of any depth,
3'ORCJCZAIX OX COl'l'HJ:
Brands, AC, G. XIX. GG, G Ne. 1, B. 311, B Ne.
Fersalcby the IlnrdwarcTrade, Country
Stores, Pump Makers, etc. See that the Piunp
you buy 1 steadied
O. Ql BLATOHLEY,
Manufacturer, SOS Markett., Phliadclphia.P.i
Flu & BMuian's
ASTRIC1I nitOS AlVHKTIS123t:yT.
1 STK1CH 1SKOS.' AUVEKT13EMENT.
ASTKICII BIS.O-.- I.ANCA--TKI: IJ.Z:
13 EAiT KIN STIIEET.
13 EAST KIMJ STREET.
13 EAST K1XG STUEKT.
13 EAST KINtt i-TISKET.
13 EAST K1NU iTUEET.
JIILMXKKY IMiiern I lata and NOVKITTIKS
'HvS!.CX . "nnnets. NOVELTIES
S;!!.btV PerbleiatOie. NOVELTIES
il-Hbfe!si. 0,t F, herhy, NOVELTIES
MHJ.1NGIIY Rc. NmVEI.TIF
MILLINEK! Missed Derl.tpa Vfll'triTtva
JIHbfehi b0H"'1 n't trim- NOVELTIES
If IHdE!:J- H,"a I.1'11 -ittit, NOVELTIES
UILLINEK 70c. NOVELTIES
wi Hv-Lii' ci3ar4:.tt0 U;lts. NOVELTIES
MILLINEKY iBe. NOVELTIES
MILLINEKY Our $1.03 cr!v XOVKLTIUS
MILLINEUY et Hue felt. NOVELTIES
MII.LINEUV trimmed with NOVELTIES
MILLl.VEia heavy satin lib-WeVELTIES
.MILLINEKV len and bound NOVELTIES
MILLINEUY with geed Mack NOVELTIES
MILLINEUY .satin, is the NOVELTIES
MILLINEUY cheapest ami NOVELTIES
MILLINEUY meit profitable NOVELTIES
MILLINEUY hat ever beu -lit. NOVELTIES
MILLINEUY Ladies' NOVELTIES
MILLINERY Shape Hats anil NOVELTIES
MILLINEUY Iteiinet-. NOVELTIES
MILLINEUY til Sluivr, Fine NOVELTIES
MILLINEUY" Felt and Beaver. NOVELTIES
MILLINEKY Large, Fine NOVELTIES
MILLIVKUY SertUe.ivci-U.it... NOVELTIES
MILLINEUY In till color. $i.i.l. NOVELTIES
MILLINEUY OsTUlCIIanit NOVELTIES
MILLINEKY FANCY NOVELTIES
MILLINEUY FEATHEUS. NOVELTIES
MILLINEUY In all Mi-idei and NOVELTIES
MILLlNEItY' in the most :;r- XOVELTIils
MILLINEUY tiitic dec'ii. NOVELTIES
MILLIVEUY I'.IUDS' NOVELTIES
MILLINEUY WlXtJS. NOVELTIES.
MILLINEUY IIEADi:i NOVELTIES
MILLINEKY- BKUASIV. NOVELTIES
.uii.l.l.t,lCl l hATJILIv NOVELTIES
JtlLLtNEUY IJAXtl-. NOVELTIES
MILLINEUY niul etlu-r. NOVELTIES
MILLINEKY lni:e.V NOVELTIES
3II1.I.INEKY nl'Mipeiier qu.il- NOVELTIES
MILLINEUY itv, 1-I.iin an. I NtA'ELTlES
MILLINEUY F.iucr. NOVELTIES
MILLINEUY In all fchlide. NOVELTIES
BLACK SILKS at 7."c. per var.l.
BLACK SILKS at ?!.") pervaril.
BLACK .SILKS at $1.15 perVaid.
SPECIAL P.AI.T.Al.N of
BLACK SILKS at gl..i per yard.
SATINS Lyens Colored 4-.jt in. Latest SATING
SATINS Mia'U,3,tHe,pervard. SATINS
SATINS Extra Quality Lyens Black SATIN.
SATINS s?atin.7 e. pcrvard. SATINS
SATINS Lyens Black lv-s suhi, SATINS
SATINS sii;ierini-iu.;litv,fI,KI per SATINS
SATiNS viiril, worth, fl.i". SATIN'S
SATINS Fine' Black lre, 'jtin, SATINS
ATls -Jl.'Jl. SIO.vl.UI. J.AT1XS
SATINS SATINs SATINS
SATINS in all Iho New Shades. SATIXs
satins .ai:m:t, satins
satins makikin, sai1ns
SATINS iJCSItAUJIi:. SATINS
SATIXS SiKL!uTi:i)Pi:..tc. sATIXS
HOOD BLACK SILK VELVET,
FINE BLACK M'LK VELVET,
.M'l'EUB BLACK slLK VELVET.
l..rJ) per :ml.
EXCELLENT BLACK slLK VELVET,
t2W per vanl.
ESTKA WIDE BLACK SILK VELVET,
42 4.1 per yard.
VELVETEENS Ceed Black
VELVETEENS A -plendid
VELVETEENS at 7-Je.
VELVKTEr.XS Heavy Suit-
VELVETEEXs in Velvet-
". ELVETEENS eens.tnu
VELVETEENS Velveteen in V
Cue. per yd.
We eiler the haiidsem-
at our v.ci'-kiiewii
low pi ices.
Sil!:aud Bead I'riiiKCi
treui c. upuuriL-'
FRINGES :,yt inch Bead ami Che- BUTTONS
FRINGE? nillf Kiinui', die. ittMTONn
FBINUrS Heavy Cheiiille lilnse BUTTONS
FRINGES at.T.'.c. BUTTONS
FRINGES 5 inch Clicnilh: ami BI'TTONs
FRINGES Gra-s I'linw, v.ltli BI'TJOXS
FRINGES FuucvHcadimr.s-ir. Bl'TTONs
FU1NGKS 31e,t elegant Llienil!i: BI'TTeNS
FRINGES and Jet Fringe-, $I.M. BCi't'eNs
FRINGES FiliisClK-nillcaiiil Biiid ItCTTeNS
FUINGEs FliiiKi'iat SI. ID, -jl.'.v, BI'Tl'ON.
FUINGES l.rperaiil. BUTTONS
FRINGES A veiy rieli llt-.i-s BCTIONs
FRINGES Fringe, wit :iili'-p,l.tiii-y BUTTONS
r ui.-sur.s lieainn. 91.1.1 a v.u.l UUTTOXS
FRINGEs colon-il.-ilk Fiiiige.-iat BL'TTOXs
FRINGES fi-'c. p-r yard. BUTTON'S
PAas AM ENTEia Es.
PAssaM LNTERI l.
TASSIILs Black and roleieil Gi:- Sl'lEE
TASSLI.S ille-, Ta-.-el-, SI'lKhS
TAssELs Beadeilaml i;i-echet Ballp, SPIKES
TASSELS liuiiusiutispikfv, SPIKE?
TASSELS Or11a11.e11l.s1.te. ' MMKES
T ASS ELS TrininiiuTiUM-N, 5c. I'IKi:.
TASSELS Elegant CunUaiul Sp:ke-t SPIKES
TASSELS at l.25. SPIKES
TASSELS MtlcGirdlci, 7..c..l. il.i., Si'IKES
TASaELs fl..Vand uiiv.aids. SPIKES
TASIjl Single IliuiKiiiian Spir.e.
lAssi.i.s ue.iiii (i. .,, i,.aiiiii.liieii
TAsfeELS ut ii I'.K ::, .:- c. apiece.
TAssEE-i Ib-av. Silt; Cen I at -Jiie.
tassels Heavy Sill: Cord. Uiaucci.
TASSELS i-.-ic. per vard.
TAS.iELS S:icii Colored silk (.ir
TASSELS Tii-kijI-, Ontuiiicnt-, in
TASSELS elegant pattern-.
LA( E '1 HUES.
COI.'SETS Atilch's Gem Cerc:.
CORSET.- at Itic.: positively tin:
CORsETS be-t leilhe menev.
CORSETS IIipfiirfCeletul Sir.
COBSET Fini- ti.inil-Madu
CORSETs Cor-ct. :.:)e.
CORSETS -jkiiiii Bu-9k,iiii.'.lci'l,
cei.sr.rs s:ec luceti, at ;s.
CORSETs I0 bone Cer--t at Jl.i'i.
CORSKT-- sph-iidid Nurslii;
CORsLT." Cer-i-t. at.-fl.yn.
CORSETS Mine. I'ey luipievc I
CO.tsr.TS ueM't ai Jl.'i.
SIIOULHEI1 BRACES ntTVr.
I.adi& and (.ens-.' ll-ii:;-t!l:!iril
and Coieieil Jterdeied HAND
KERCHIEFS in grvat variety.
CHILDREN'S WORSTED HOODS,
CHILDREN'S WORSTED JACKE'I-..
CHILDREN'S WORSTED COATS.
CHILDREN'S WORSTED BOOTEE-.
CHILDREN'S WORSTED LEGGINS,
CHILDREN.-) WORSTED SHIRTS,
CHILDREN'S WORSTED WAIsTS,
CHILDREN'S WORSTED CIRCULARS.
CHILDREN'S WORSTED TWIl.lC.UTs.
CHILDREN'S WORs'lED SHAWLs.
KID OurS button Giove,in color- GLOVE
KID Ml, Mack, white and e.cia. GI.OVI
KID ferU3e. Each pair win-.nitul. iM.OVE.
KID Geed It button Opera Gloves GI.OVEs
KID r-x.: Excellent & biitten,?l.y:. OLO l
KID A lull line et LntliiM' and ul.eVKs
KID Clilldn-n's Merine, Cleth GLOVE
KID and LKlc Tlucui. GLOVK
FELT SKIRTS at I.".-.
FELT SKIRTS at 7C.
HOSIEUV Oura-iertmeiif et La- HOSIER'
HOSIERV ilii-fe'. Gents' and CMI- JIe.-lLin
HOSIERY dren'H Ileilery i-, tee U()e!i:i:l
HOSIERY wcll-kuo(-n,:isaIseotir He-IEUY
HOalEUr Vk-ell-knovrulewxiricu-. He-IER'.
HOSIERY Ladies HUhiu 10 buy 110-lKltl
HOSIEUY l.ill:;oeils will de well HO-IEUY
HOSIERY te pay u a visit. HOslERi
m ebine underwear,
Ladies' Merine Vests regular ma-lc cuil. ..."..
Ladies' Fine Merine Ve-ts and Dr.iue....4-t
Extra heavy, silk stitched 7-lc
Fine French Cashmere t.i
GentV Geed Merine'sliiittaiiil JUrauers,
fiem SI.0O iipivanN.
Gents" Clelii Shins, fccarlet Underwear.
BERLIN ZEPHYR, tic. per ounce.
BERLIN ZEPHYR, tic. per ounce.
BERLIN ZEPHYR, &c. per ounce.
BERLIN ZEPHYR, Je. per ounce.
KOS.' LAXOASTEI! 1:a'ai?'
KOS.' I.ANCASTKIl ltAZ.V.VltI
liO. LANRASTEI! 1I
YARNS German Yarni. FLOSS
YARNS American Yarns, I Less
YARNS Saxony Weel, FLO--
YARNS Shetland Fie-s FLess
YARNS Crewel W oel. JI'LOsi
13 EAST KING STREET.
.1.1 EAST KING STREET.
IX EAST KING STREET,