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Ills Views of Men and Things.
A New Yerk Herald correspondent, who
lias been up at Maytown interviewing
Carncreu, writes te his paper as fellows :
Alighting from an open carriage that
had brought him from the village of Mari
etta, en the old line of the Pennsylvania
railway, your correspondent this morning
crossed a barnyard and approached the
gate of a two-acre grass plot, in the centre
of which steed a two-story red brick house.
The drive of about five miles had been
through an agricultural region in thorough
cultivation. Large fields of corn, rye,
wheat and tobacco had been passed and a
small hamlet called Maytown had been
traversed. A pike, in fair condition, had
been followed most ef-the way, and the
keepers of the tell gates had stared at the
stranger with the usual curiosity. Well,
here I was ; but en the ether side of the
fence steed a black deg of most formidable
mien and proportions. I had been cautioned
regarding the excellent pelice qualifications
of the animal. I already knew that, emu
lating the habits of "the force," it was his
method te make the best use of his oppor
tunities te disfigure and maim strangers,
whether they came in the light of day or
the darkness of night. Therefore I pru
dently waited until the colored man serv
ant joined me, and then walked down the
path leading te the front of the house. As
the team had slowly ascended the hill
leading te the country seat I had observed
the central figure in the sceno seated en
the perch which shaded the front of the
building. This was the only moving ob
ject in the landscape ahead, for there,
rocking slowly in a large armchair, was
General Simen Cameren, ex-secretary
of war and ex-United States
senator. The whole effect was that
of quictude and repose. As your corres
pondent ncarcd the heuse General Cam Cam
eeon laid down a velume of " Travels in
China," which he had been intently read
ing, rose and greeted him cordially. Then
followed a general conversation cxtcudiug
ever three hours, as will be explained
hereafter. The very circumstances under
which the rambling talk was had, as well
as the general's disinclination te permit
himself te be drawn into politics te auy
great length at auy one time, precluded
the possibility of taking any notes what
ever. I have hastened, howevor, te com
mit the substance of Mr. Cameren's talk
te writing while it is yet perfectly fresh in
my mind. It is with regret that I emit
several of the topics touched upon be
cause of the vagueness of lauguage pur
posely employed admitting of a deuble
meaning. Te have asked mere specific
statements in such cases would have closed
the intcrview. What I have here set
down has been dene in absolute geed
faith, following the order of the conversa
tion and necessitating the introduction of
some irrelevant matter te preserve the
thread. 1 have net thought it necessary
te iusei-L the questions, with an exception
here and there, the epigrammatic re
joinders serving te indicate them.- Se far
as possible the language of the vcncruble
.statesman has been reproduced, but con
densation has in some instances necessi
tated slight changes that de net in any
way affect the meaning.
"Geed morning," said the venerable ex
senator, welcoming your correspondent.
"I'm afraid you arc deemed te disappoint
ment this time, because, you see, I have
quit talking politics. Sit down till I run
through my mail. Make yourself comfort
able." "This is certainly a charming retreat,
general, which you have chosen."
" Yes ; I like it. It wouldn't suit eoine
people these for instance, who want
everybody te knew just hew much money
they have. What there is of it is natural,
however, and that't why it pleases me.
Leeking ever a letter. Who's ?
Don't knew the name? Neither de I. He
seems te have the idea that we are inti
mate friends. Queer, isn't it? Opening
his tenth letter. Talk right en, it don't
interfere with me. Rather like it. Poli
tics 1' Xe. Yes, that's my fish-pond. The
state fishery faim is right handy. Raise
'cm, you knew. Fresh for breakfast.
Great many birds, you observe ; trees are
full of them. Large barns ? Yes, I have
three altogether. What's the use of rais
ing things if one hasn't a snug place te
store them away ? Hew late is it? Half
past ten. Then if you will wait a few
minutes and have room I think I'll ride
down te the station."
The general's servant new made his ap ap
pcarauce and kindly offered te 6hew me
ever the heuse. Entering the hallway
from the perch the first deer te the right
landed me in the senator's library. There
wcre net as many books as one would ex
pect te find, but the few that lay about
upon the tables and chairs showed the ev
idences of usage. The fleer of the apart
ment was covered with matting, ever
which a large Turkish rug, about 16 by 24,
was thrown. In the centre of this rich
carpeting steed an antique table, en which
were all sorts of writing materials, scat
tered with that carelessness which is Baid
te be inseparable from genius. A fine,
large proof print of Lincoln and ether as
sociates and contemporaries of the aged
politician wcre upon the walls. The draw
ing room adjoining was equally simple
Again the fleer was covered with straw
matting and a heavy rug of large propor
tions. The furniture, in solid rosewood,
was of ancient shapes, but eomfertablo te
the body. Beyond this apartment was the
dining room, commodious and cool. An
antique mahogany sideboard of simple de
sign steed against one wall and the heavy
table in the centre. The same quiet that
reigned without was felt within the heuse.
Returning te the yard the general was
seen seen coming from a side deer, and
the open carriage having been entered the
ride down the hill toward Maytown began.
On the Kead.
" If it is just as near, go down this lane
te the right," said the general te the
driver. "I want te take a leek at the
tobacco. Fair? Yes but net remarkably
geed. A httle mero rain will fix it. The
rascals ; I mean the boys who have been
hoeing this field. Loek at that weed !
One lick of the hoc would have settled
"Tobacco is one of the- greatest staples
of this part of the country, I find. I had
supposed it was civen up chiefly te grain,"
said the correspondent.
" Yes. Tobacco is a very profitable
crop if it survives the heat, drought and
hail ; but it's like every ether venture
that yields a large profit it's risky. A
hail storm will knock a field of tobacco all
te pieces. Wonderful te think hew the
practice of smoking is increasing. Net a
boy you meet in the street but is puffing
at a cigar. Smoking the peaee pipe at
Cincinnati? Yes; they cut a pretty
figure the Tammany "Bess" and that
ether fellow. I can't recollet whether Til-
dan smokes or net. I knew him person
ally ; met him, socially, years age. A
very pleasant man, indeed; hospitable
and interesting. Toe bad. Tilden would
have been a stronger candidate than Han
cock ; only man of great brains in the
party. Just wait and see hew Hancock
will be smashed. It will be done. I
thought Tilden would get the nomination.
Ought te have it. The enthusiasm for
Hancock will net grew a particle. Mis
take ; just like the Republican ticket. Im
possible for the men who deserve the
nomination and would serve the country
best te get at the head of the ticket. Cir
cumstances always against them. It will
be necessary te change this method of se
lecting candidates. The present plan is
certainly at fault. Personally I wanted
Grant But, after him, I would have been
glad te have seen Blaine get it. Of course
Garfield will go through. It was amis
take for Blaine te have that wire te his
house. When I heard that I knew he was
beaten. I have always thought that the
presidency was tee high an office for any
man te traffic for in that way. It ought
te seek the man. Yes. I remember Daniel
S. Dickinsen. He could have had the
nomination. It was at his feet. His decli
nation was one of the grandest spectacles
I ever witnessed. I was present at the
"It Won't Vel"
"As I said, I like Blaine; but he has
twice made the mistake of dividing up the
delegation of this state. Did it in '76 ;
killed Ilartranft's chances along with his
own. Same thing again, at Chicago. It
was his work and his friends at Harris
burg that cemented the Grant interest
against him. If he had played fair there
I am sure he would have been the choice
of the ontire Pennsylvania delegation when
it became impossible te have Grant. As
it was, he made any break en the fleer im
possible by having it take place befere the
convention assembled. This thing of go
ing into ether states and creating discord
isn't right. Why, you will hardly credit
it, but I knew it te be true, Conkling had
agreed te support Blaine as his second
choice in case it was absolutely impossible
te succeed with General Grant's name. Te
prevent the choieo falling en one or mero
of the names before the convention the
Grant strength would have been thrown
in an instant for Blaine. He ought te have
been willing te wait. But he didn't want
te, and se ruined his prospects. Would he
have been a candidate in 1884 ? Certainly
he could have been. Then he would have
had the help of the very element that ren
dered his success at Chicago impossible.
Like Henry Clay? Somewhat, and will
continue te be te the end. Peer Clay!
He was a candidate, convention after con
vention, until he only get one vote. He
went crank en the subject. One of the
most valuable traits of a politician's char
acter is te knew when the impossible con
Tilden and Mis Letter.
" An able letter indeed. It did Mr. Til
den great credit. I read it carefully sev
eral times. Ne ; I haven't read the Cin
cinnati platform. They are all alike. I
read a Democratic platform several years
age and don't think it will be necessary te
de it again. There's a geed deal of talent
wanted in resolutions. Ne ; really I don't
want te hear it. Please don't read it te
me. Heavens! what a sacrifice te one's
feelings it is te go into public life nowa
days. That's the only objection I have
ever observed te the press. Criticism is all
right, but I'm afraid the energy arid enter
prise of editors carry them tee far some semo seme
times. De you knew, it is absolutely un
safe for me te talk te you. Ne matter hew
careful I may be, no matter hew accurately
you may record my every word, leek, ges
ture or intonation of voice, what I tell you
will be distorted by captious critics and
malicious enemies until every sentence
will bear a different meaning from that
which my language implies. Yes, it is
true that politicians are very often the tra
duccrs of each ether, it has always been a
part of the business. But, as a rule, the
same audience that has listened te the ac
cusation will afford opportunity for a do de
fence. Who can fight the newspapers?
Hewever, this is net, by any means, a sere
point te ine. I have no cause te complain
and de net speak with any bitterness.
Only, te recur te your question about poli
ticians a while age, I think they arc very
much like ether men no better, perhaps,
but certainly no worse. Individuality,
after all, is what marks men ; trade or pro
A Case la Point.
"Speaking of the charges that are
brought against a man, what is that the
New Yerk World said about Hancock?
Yeu mentioned the fact of seeing it in ene
of the papers when sitting en the perch at
my heuse a while age. Read it, by all
"Certainly, general. It is somewhere
among these papers. Here it is. It oc
curred in a Cincinnati letter te the World
en June 24, written the evening before the
nomination of Hanoeck, and new reprinted
in theHarrisburg Telegraph. It runs as
" The candidacy of General Hancock re
ceived such a sudden and brilliant im
pulse te-day from the eloquent way in
which his name was brought before the
convention, and it is se geed a candidacy
in itself that no time should be lest in ver
ifying or disproving once for all a story re
lated here te-night by a distinguished del
egate te the convention, who declares as of
his own knowledge that there is in exist
ence a written communication from Gen
eral Hancock te the surgeons of the city of
Washington tendering te them the body of
the unfortunate Mrt. Surrait for disec disec
tien." When the italicised clause was read
General Cameren laughed very heartily.
"That's very rich. And from a Demo
cratic paper, tee ! That's equally geed ! It
isn't usually necessary te put incendiary
material into the hands of the enemy in
that way. It may be a new system, hew
ever, with which 1 am net laminar." The
general laughed again, and continued :
" In any case, it strengthens what I have
just said. It is very likely General Han
cock never would have known of his
heartlessness if he had net received that
Cincinnati nomination. Really, that's very
The route had led through Maytown te
Marietta, but this village was reached only
te find that the train we had hoped te
take te Harrisbure was cone. Careful
consultation of the time card disclosed the
fact that another train left Columbia in
about an hour, and that it was possible en
it te go round te Harrisburg by way of
Lancaster. The choice lay between this
route, or await until evening for the next
local train westward. The start for Col
umbia, about three miles by the wagon
read, was thorcfero made without delay.
"The mistake of the Democracy in
1876," resumed General Cameren, " was in
hiding the true issue. As a matter of
party policy they should have assert
ed Tilden's election and never for
an instant tolerated the electoral com cem com
misien. Tilden's friends relinquished their
case when they admitted of a dispute.
Yeu knew hew it was in Jacksen's case.
He never for a moment permitted his
friends te express any doubts as te his
choice. True, he didn't get it then, but
hew was it the next time ? The apparent
or real sincerity of the man carried such
conviction, that the next time everybody
was for him. Here was where Tilden stop step
ped short of greatness. This is what put
that man Hayes into the White Heuse.
Tilden was badly managed by his friends.
Hayes's advisers are, tee, a queer let. I
can't see much in them. Evarts's foreign
policy. The feature of it has been te pro
tect Seward, that consul in China, although
the most conclusive proof of his crooked
ness is alleged te exist ; new he is trying
te Tuin Colonel Mesby because Mesby
finds the office rotten. I have no doubt
personally of the bad flavor of that Shan
ghai, but Evarts has held up ene side of
the coop -while Seward crawled out. Hayes
surrounded himself with the men who
went ever te Greeley. I always pitied
Greeley. He was a baby out of the edito
rial room. A man of intolerable egotism.
Did It " Ge as a Lean?"
" I am glad te see my son's letter. His
health is quite poorly. He would have
been very foolish te have taken the chair
manship of the national committee Had
he done se I should have been sorely vexed.
His health, which is of some value te hira,
will net permit him te manage a campaign.
Then, tee, why should he? It's net only a
tiresome but an expensive business. Menoy
is wanted at all sorts of times, and I tell
you the chairman of that committee has te
go down into his own pocket and his friends'
very often The campaign of '76 cost my
son a pile of meney.. Nearly every dollar
that Chandler get credit for spending,
personally, came from Donald. Chandler
was a close man a very clese man. Of
course I prcsume hogave something. But
that is net all, for after the legitimate
campaign expenses were provided against
my son handed nayes $3,000 in cash for
his personal fund. Hayes came te him,
was absolutely impecunious, and my son
gave it out of his own "wallet. Thore
wasn't a dollar in the campaign fund, and
Hayes was whining for pocket money. I
knew that Hayes get this money. If I
didn't I wouldn't mention it.
"Yes, I see Fomey has come out for
Hancock. Don't surprise me. Ferney
always was a needy fellow, wanting help
always asking something. Well, let him
swing ever te Hancock ; he will net get
anything there. Humility is often as bad
" What de I think about the Chinese ?
A wonderful people. Imitative don't you
knew. A very interesting country, tee,
China. Population probably exaggerated.
Is that se ? An anti-Chinese clause in both
platforms ?'' and without imparting his
personal views en the anti-Chinese immi
gration question General Cameren left the
impression en the writer that he believed
the issue is an unnecessary one. He did
net say se, however, and " impressions"
are of little value.
" Reforming the Indian bureau ? Who
says Hayes is reforming anything? My
adviee te everybody is te let the Indian
business alone scverely alone. That's
ene hepe I have if Hancock should get in.
I believe he would rcorgauize that system
and put it under the war department,
whero it belongs. But, I repeat, anybody
who touches it as it is new will get
smeared. Honest or dishonest, it's all
one. Why in the name of common sense
should the nation disburse hundreds of
thousands of dollars every year te a let of
greasy loafers just because they have red
skins? The government don't give itself any
peculiar uneasiness about the tramp that
walks the highway, stealing anil begging.
When it supports him, it is as a criminal,
only temporarily as a vagrant. Vagrancy
is salaried if it only occurs en an Indian
reservation. Schoolcraft? Nicolett? De
you believe cither of them ever visited
Itasca Lake? I don't knew; never have
made up my mind. I fellow the rule that
it is impossible for a man te be long asso
ciated with the aborigines and remain
honest or truthful. These men may suffer
by my tee sweeping classification, but the
doubt remains with me just the same."
The last long hill descended brought us
te Celumbia,aud General Cameren entered
the cars just as they moved off for Lancaster.
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PICTURE FRAMES AND EASELS.
I M. FLYNN'S
1500k AM) STATIONERY STORE,
Me. AM WEST KINO STKEKT.
JOM .BAER'S SOJTS,
13 and 17 NORTH QUEEN STREET,
have In stock a large assortment of
BOOKS AND STATIONERY.
Attention is invited te their
FAMILY AND PULPIT BIBLES
Teachers' lllbles, Sunday Scheel Libraries,
Hymnals, l'rayer Beeks,)
HYMN BOOKS AND MUSIC BOOKS
Fer Sunday Sclioeln.
FINE REWARD CARDS.
SUNDAY SCHOOL REQUISITES of all kinds
OR LINEN COLLAKS
HOB Jb'ANCV STOCKINGS
J OK NEW STYLE
LINEN UANDKEKCIIIEFS, GO TO
E. J. EKISMAN'S,
SO NORTH O.UEEN STKEKT.
FOUNDERS AND MACHINISTS.
SHOP ON PLUM STREET,
Orreeme-iiiE Locehotivb Works.
The subscriber continues te manufacture
BOILERS AND STEAM ENGINES,
Fer Tanning and ether purposes ;
Sheet-Iren Werk, and
W Jobbing promptly attended te.
auglS-lyd JOHN BEST.
Ne.l50 NORTH QUEEN STKEET.near V. K.
K. Depot, Lancaster, Fa. Geld, Silver and
Nickel-cased Watches, Chains, Clocks, 4c.
Agent ter the celebrated Pantoscepic Specta
cles and Eye-Glasscs. Repairing a specialty,
AMERICAN CLOCKS, THER
10G EAST KING STREET,
Ne. 20 NO USE TRYING Ne. 20
Te get a better WATCH for the
money than the
Manufactured by the
Lancaster Watch Cenpy.
FOR BAXJC AT
Ne. 20 East King St., LaHcastcr, Pa.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in all kinds of
LUM ItEK AN D COAL.
tt-Yard : Ne. 4J0 North Water and Prince
streets, above Lemen, Lancaster. n3-lyil
COAL! COAL! COAL! COAL
Ceal of the 15ct (Juality put up expressly
for family uae, and at the low
est market prices.
TRY A SA5IPLE TON.
y- YARD ISO SOUTH WATER ST.
ncKMytl PHILIP SCIHTM.SON A CO.
i"!OAL! COAL! COAL!!!
We have constantly en hand all the best
grades of COAL that are in market, which we
are .selling in low in any yard in the city.
Call and get our prices before buying else
where. M. F. STEIGERWALT & SON,
sJ7-lyd -ill NORTH WATER STREET.
COAL! - - - COAL!!
OORREOHT & CO.,
Fer Goeil and Cheap Ceal. Yarn Harrisbnrg
Pike. Mllia J(K East Chestnut Street.
P. W. GORRECIIT, Agt.
9-1 W. A. KELLER.
COHO & WILEY, "
jr.O XOllTU WATEli ST., Zaneaslrr, Fa.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
LUMBER AND GOAL.
Connection Willi the Telephonic Excbunge.
Branch Olllce : Ne. 3 NORTH DUKE ST.
UMUKR AND COAL BV TELEPHONE
The undersigned are new prepareil te re
ceive orders for
Ceal, Lumber, Sash, Deers,
by Telephone. Step in at the Exchange and
de your own ordering free of charge.
S. E- Cor. Prince and Walnut Street.
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES,
Croquet. Base Balls and Bats, Chinese Tey
Bemb Shells, Paper Cap PisteJ.-t, and ether
Seasonable Ceed-i at
Flii l Breuemans
152 North Queen Street,
All in want of Fine or Fancy Cabinet Werk
would de well te call and examine specimens
et our work.
OFFICE FUKMTUKE A SPECIALTY.
15XEat king Street.
CHINA AND GLASSWAXB.
Fruit Jars. Fruit Jars.
Fruit Jars. Fruit Jars.
Jelly Tumblers. Jelly Tumblers.
Jelly Tumblers. Jelly Tumblers
Jelly Gups. Jelly Cups.
Jelly Cups. Jelly Cups.
AT THE LOWEST PRICES, AT
HIGH & MARTIN,
Ne. 15 EAST KING BXKEXT.