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Volume XYIKa. 215.
LANCASTER, PA., TUESDAY, MAY U, 1880.
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TUESDAY EVENING, MAY 11, 1880.
EJDALL A! WALLACE.
A GLANCE ATDBMOCRATIC LEADERS.
Tlie Speaker aud the Senater Photographed,
With a Dissertation Upen Their
Character and Methods
GRANT AND BLAINE.
Mary Cleiimicr'.s Merciless Scoring of Twe
Kepublican Idels The Burlington
"Ilawkcye's " Canvass of
A l'en Sketch of Twe Pennsylvania Demo
crats. Fi em Harry Ward's State Convention Letter.
Mr. Randall's entry into public life is an
inheritance. He bears a distinguished
name. I heard an old gentleman in a book
store in Harrisburg say, speaking of Ran
dall, "I knew his lather Jesiab. Randall;
he was very much of a gentleman." I
thought from the man's lacenics, he was
himself ' very much of a gentleman."
The strength of Randall lies in the lldelity
of his constituents. By the notable Shak
spcarian apothegm, it fellows, ''as the night
today," there has been corresponding fi
delity te them en his own part. Their un
failing devotion in a city strongly Repub
lican ; the bold attitude of opposition he
has uniformly assumed te the opposing
party ; the directness of his life, have
caught and held a popular following it
would be hard te drive away. The pride
of his followers in him has been amply
justilicd.by the signal parliamentary suc
cesses which have attended ins career.
Frem a leadership amongst his supporters
at home he has gene te a great prominence
amongst his contemporaries in Congress ;
and he new holds ti rank but one lemeve
from the presidency itself. Ne one has
ever accused him of incempetency in high
places ; nor has the course of his public ca
reer ever exhibited a want of capacity te
fill any position te which he has been
called. On the contrary, the qualities of
leadership are natural te the man, and,
though he has net gravitated te greatness
by an easy and natural superiority, he has
fought his way upward' with the strong
hand of a man naturally adapted te public
life and lit te lead in it. His lighting qual
ities are net unaided by the skill of a suc
cessful strategist. His experience and am
bition have purified his record, and ren
dered hard and strong and enduring the
best qualities he possesses. He is iu the
prime of his strength and manhood, and
ripe in the fullness of his experience. Ne
one would expect Randall te fail in any
gicat crisis. I de net think he has ever
failed. His receid en the force bill ; his
successful efforts at economy and retrench
ment ; his preliminary management of the
Heuse during the days of the electoral
count ; and his manifest success in the
convention prove him, beyond all cavil,
te possess the qualities of a popular leader
and an able public man in an eminent de
gree. His oratorical cllbrts are character
ized mere by strong, clear common sense
and great moral courage, a steady self-reliance,
than by profound philosophy or ele
gant rhetoric. Physically, he is admirably
adapted te bear the strain and excitement
public life entails. A deep chest, bread
shoulders, a strong face, deep-set, dark
eyes, a bread well-defined forehead crown
ed with a thick growth of hair, as yet
scarcely turned gray, a dark complexion
a face ordinarily pale and calm, wrought
upon by excitement showing strong vital
force and a great nervous power. Mr.
Randall is in very moderate circumstances
and it is a great tribute te his purity as a
public man that out of abundaut opportu
nities he has never grown rich in public
Mr. "Wallace is, iu facial appearance, the
counterpart of Mr. Randall. Ire has a
strong, well knit, spare frame, light com
plexion and auburn hair. He shows in his
direct Scotch-Irish origin an ardent, but
well-mastered, temperament. The lines
of close application and ambitious effort
are plainly written en his face. He has
the reputation of being a great master of
detail, a close student and an able, clear
and logical advocate. His mind turns te
analysis and arrangement, and he pro
ceeds te his conclusions by rigid methods
aud a mastery of the cold and inexorable
processes of ratiocitatien. It is scarcely
te be supposed that in all Mr. "Wallace un
dertakes he forgets the eminent adapta
tion of a means te an end. Te suppose
this -would be te set aside a law of his own
being of whose application he is perfectly
conscious and consciously acts upon. His
rank in the Senate is such as te show that
he has used his talents with signal suc
ceed. His almost uncqualed knowledge
of the state makes him a difficult and dan
gerous antagonist. His influence with
the great corporations has given him great
advantages; and this has steed him iu
geed stead in his political life.
It is easy te see that between two such
men there may be a natural antagonism ;
and it is easy te see both may have and
Iie'd a devoted following. If I were te at
tempt te distinguish between them I should
say : If Randall is the mere tenacious ;
"Wallace is the mere laborious. Randall
stronger in physical aud moral impulses ;
Wallace the mere circumspect and ration
alistic. The one is deeper toned ; the ether
mere highly disciplined. The one has re
sources in his nature ; the ether in his cul
ture. If both are profoundly ambitious,
the one is capable of a stronger afiin t
with his cause, the ether of a mere un
wearied application te it. One has mere
of soul ; the ether mere of mind. On a
great occasion I should leek te sec Ran
dall mere audacious, and, in comparison,
the cooler man. The reason is Randall's
vital forces arc net unmixed with well
managed aud generous emotion, while
"Wallace, -appealing te pure reason is never
altogether unconscious of his own rela
tions te the subject. Beth have obeyed
the laws of their own being in public life
and both bear a reputation altogether in
consonance with that imperious "divinity"
which, the poet .cays,will always shape the
ends of man. I have dwelt se long upon
the comparison because it is a curious
studv. There is a Jiaccfabula decct in it,
and young and ambitious men may leek
into it wttu preut.
Lord Aberdeen's Coup.
M. Guizot, while en a visit te Lord Aber
deen, in Scotland, was talking te him in
the park one day about the English system
of elections, when his Hest stepped be lore
a modest cottage. "This little house," he
said, "recalls te me a shameful deed in my
political life." " What ! an act of vio
lence ?" "Yeu shall hear. I had as ten
ant here an independent fellow who an
noyed me horribly. In every election he
strenuously opposed me. I made up my
mind te be rid of him," "Ha ! you turned
him out?" "Ne. I reduced his rent by a
guinea, and destroyed his qualification. A
mean trick, and I've always been ashamed
GRANT AND BLAINE SCORED.
Yeu I'ay Your Meney and Take Your Choice.
Mary Clemmer, llcp., in New Yerk Independ
In its way, the world never witnessed a
mere disgusting tramp than that of the
ex-president around the earth. Frem the
moment he left the White Heuse till new,
his feet have never rested from their vora vera
cious pursuit of the third term. Had he
gene into the dignified retirement of a
home, anywhere, in spite of the sins of
his administration a certain dignity night
have gathered about his person and name.
But this three years' intinerant tramping
for a third term of the presidency com
mands from the people the contempt it
has se faithfully earned. It reached its
crowning disgrace the ether day, as it
came electioneering for the Southern vote
through the Seuth. Think of it! The
man who took the sword of Lee, who had
been eight years president of the United
States marching through the Southern
states for the Southern vote, te make him
the third time the president. Through
the barren diction of his Southern speeches
Hews the undercurrent of the man, that in
itself was alway with the Seuth. He mar
ried into a family of the Seuth, whose
education, habits, sympathies were all
Southern. "Old Mr. Dent," the father
of Mrs. Grant, talked unmitigated
"secession" in the blue parlor aud the
red parlor of the White Heuse, until he
died in the executive mansion, during his
son-in-law's administration. Peer Mrs.
Lincoln was accused of being " a rebel ; "
but the real rebel element and influence in
the White Heuse during the days of
Lincoln weie nothing compared with that
which reigned through the reign of Grant.
Outside of the political "bosses" and
"bummers " who are working for him, te
ret back their own lest fat places, the pee-
i)le who want Grant back most arc Seuth
erners, who lament the lest luxury of the
Grant regime as that of an Augustan era;
who, sneering at the kindly, simple truth
of the present executive household, ex
claim : " Wait till the Grants come back.
Then we will have wine and elegance !"
But they fail te add, also : A president
who will be confined te his room for weeks
at a time with an unprecedented number
Ne. wonder he counts en the Southern
vote, and, with Mrs. Grant by his side,
comes marching and bidding after it in
words like these :
" I have been gratified with my recep
tion in all the recently rebellious states."
" I passed from Philadelphia te Flerida
en my way te Havana, and en my return
came via Texas from Mexico, thus passing
through all the rebellious states, and it
will be agreeable te all te knew that hos
pitality was tendered me at every city
through which I passed, and accepted iu
nearly all of them by me."
Hew remarkable that one who never re
fused anything but the little deg en which
the expressage was net paid should have
" accepted" them !
Then he gees en te say :
" We have no reason te doubt that these
who were the gray will fulfil all they have
premised in loyalty te tlie flag and the
De net forget that these are the words
of the man for whom the "Stalwarts"
shouted when they decried and cursed the
present president for withdrawing the
troops from the Seuth. All we then heard
was that Grant must be re-elected, in order
te held at the point of the bayonet the still
uprising rebels. But the moment the
Southern vote is necessary te the third
term, Ie ! hew suddenly the bayonet drops
from the hand of the warrior who was te
have been the Attila te blot out the
Thus gees en the shameless farce.
In certain Western states the candidacy
of Mr. Blaine is a popular enthusiasm. The
people have seized their fetich and arc
prostrating and dancing before it. The
actual Mr. Blaine they knew nothing
about ; but the imaginary Mr. Blaine is
captivating te their senses and sure of their
vote. Rut, with all its surface seeming of
spontaneity, no candidacy new before the
people has such long,deep-laid foundations
as this of James G. Blaine. Te become
president of the United States has been
the dream net only, but the purpose et
his life. Years and years age he dug deep
and began te build toward that final sum
mit. Te be sure, there were almost fatal
asides in the way of fortune-getting and
political chicanery ; but the steadfast shap
ing of action and event toward the seizing
of the political crown never ceased, never
Counting in Grant.
The Menagerie Takes a Vete en the presi
The elephant came strolling into the big
tent just after the close of the afternoon
performance, and the animals were talking
politics, having caught it from the chatter
they heard iu the audience. They didn't
knew a great deal about politics in the
cages, but that you kne.y, children, is no
bar te talking politics Indeed no. Seme
of our congressmen, who held en te office
the longest, and talk the most and loudest,
don't but I digress. The elephant listen
ed te the rest of the animals for a little
while, and then he said te the giraffe :
" Who is your candidate for president ?"
"Blaine," said the giraffe.
"Yes," the elephant said, " that's you.
Your ideas are always up. Yeu can't get
your head out of the top of a pine-tree.
Just because Mr. Blaine was se quick te
sec where the giraffe came in, in Dr. Gar Gar
celen's menagerie, you think he will pay
particular attention te you. Take care of
yourself my aristocratic friend. Your head
isn't as long as your neck by forty feet.
Yeu cant come the giraffe ever me, Mr.
Blaine. I say, old, ' Old Faithful,' " he
continued, addressing the big deg in the
" Happy Family," " who is your man ?"
The Newfoundland said he was for Jehn
"Yes," the elephant said, "because he
is interested in the cur-rency. If he is
elected you will want the tariff put upon
dogwood, just the same as Peruvian bark.
Well,"go ahead, howl for a free ballet and
unmuzzled press, and don't whine if you
are beat as you usually de. Jean Vatican,
he went en, turning te the tiger, " who de
you go for?"
"Any man that comes close te my cage,"
replaid the amiable auimal in the convict's
"Correct you are," said the elephant,
"-but you can count me out when you be
gin balloting. Who is the next animal te
The hyena said he was for Tilden, first
last and all the time.
"I'll bet you," commented the ele
phant, "anybody might knew you would
go for a dead man, you wretched apotheo
sis of an Ohie medical student. Ah, you
Seventeenth ward resurrectienist, you'll
run against a Circleville torpedo some of
these days that will knock that smile of
yours into a cocked hat. Any respecta
ble citizen of the menagerie ready te ex
press his preference before I close the
The tortoise said he was in favor of Fitz
"Of course you are," said the elephant,
"because he moves just about fast enough
te suit your gait. If he doesn't move for
ward any livelier for the presidency than
he did for General Pepe he won't hear of
the nominations until six weeks after elec
tion. You'd make a geed running mate
for him in war time, and you ought te get
along pretty well in politics. The next
zoological wonder and living curiosity will
step up lively ; can't keep these polls open
all night ; we've get te dress for the even
ing performance yet."
The turkey expressed himself warmly in
favor of David Davis.
" Right you arc said the elephant.
" And that's because he keeps your com
pany en the fence all the time. Moreover,
he leeks mere like me than any of the
ether candidates, and it is eminently pro
per and respectful in you te support him
en that account. Any ether veice from
the plains and jungles ?"
The gopher shouted as lustily as he
could for Mr. Seymour.
" Sure enough," said the elephant,
" because he stays in his little hole all the
time, like yourself. Well, gopher him
if you wish ; this is a free country, except
the menagerie, which costs you just one
quarter of a dollar every time you leek at
it. Come, new, move along lively new or
you'll lese your vote ; polls close in "
The wild ass of the desert here stepped
te the front and reared his voice for Mr
De La Matyr, of Indiana, amid the wildest
enthusiasm and loud hoetings throughout
The elephant winked at the cages with
a merry twinkle in his eye. " That's right,
my brave cactus eater," he said ; "you
are naturally and properly one of Mr.Dc La
Matyr's followers, lirayes him up te the
skies if you want te. Nepotism is fash
ionable in this country new. Next voter ?"
llie monkey timidly said that it he was
allowed te vote he would vote for
" Procter Knett !" reared the whole
menagerie, but the elephant said, sternly :
"There new ; enough of that ; no intim
idation at the polls. Ne one else ? Oyez,
oyez ! The polls are closed and the judges
will new proceed te count the ballet."
He then announced the result of the bal bal
eot as fellows : Grant, 54.
"But," inquired the animals, "hew docs
that come ?"
"Well," said the elephant, " it comes,
all the same, all the same, and don't you
forget it. Deu't I weigh mere than all
this menagerie put together ? What de
you animals knew about politics, any
And the animals were well-pleased te
think they were allowed te vote anyhow,
and they were delighted that the election
was ever and their man elected, se they
gave three cheers for Grant and rolled
around in the straw te dress for the even
Themas Jlyci-s, liraccbridgc, writes : " Dr
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mediate relief lias been received by the-.e who
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1.17 and l.,9 North Queen street, Lancaster, l'a. 1
Statistics prove that twenty-nve percent,
of the deaths in our larger cities are caused by
consumption, and when we rellect that this
terrible disease in its worst stage will yield te
a bottle of Leclier's Itenewned Cough Syrup,
shall wc condemn the sutrcrcrs ler their negli
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it is, my dear madam, you have the lumbago.
Use Dr. Themas' Eclectric Oil and your pain
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Cochran, drusririst. 137 and 139 North Queen
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S. E. CORNER SIXTH AND MARKET STS.,
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We open te-day
Jet Lets M Remnants m fall Papers,
WINDOW SHADES AND FIXTURES.
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