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LANCASTER, PA., THIFESDAY, SEPTEMBER, 23, 1880
Volume XYII-Ne. 20.
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TUTJESDAY EVENING, SEPT. 23, 1880.
BY HIGH REPUBLICAN AUTHORITY
UAKFIELirS WEAKXL'SS UlSSECTED
By (he New VerU Herald.
Ceubilng's Speech Ansucrcd.
New Yerk Evening Pest, GarllcM Republi
can. It lias been intimated for sonic time that
the egregious vanity of Mr. Colliding has
lemlcicd him indifl'eicnt te the .success of
tlie candidate nominated at Chicago. lie
was in favor of the lvnominatien el" Gen.
Giant, in spite of the infamous conup cenup conup
tiens andjebbcilcs that signalized his last
adminibtiatien. and in spite of its infringe
ment of a practice which had become a
sort of uinviittcn law of the constitution,
and made a thud teitn icjmlMva te the
popular instincts. But his choice was net
approved, and net being able te i ule.he has,
it is said, with true satanic ambition, le le
sehed te mill. Certainly his speech at the
Academy of Mtiaic last l-'iiday ueuhlrccni
te centinn these suspicions. It was
thiougheut an insidious assault upon the
best character, puipsecs and hopes of the
licpublican paity, and under a prc prc
tence of indicating and defending it put
the argument iu such a shape that the ef
fect of it must be te lepcl cciy man of
geneieus feeling.-, aud honest logic by
whom it is eaiefullj n.ad. It- only object
was te revive and iciufeicc that narrow,
odious and malignant ceetienaliMii against
which all the better membei.s of the p.tity
have been stiuggling for the last ten ears.
It says in se many words that the issue of
the pic.-ent campaign is sectional and only
rectienal; and in eider te piee that it
frames what JJuike thought te be impos
sible, "the indictment of a whole people,'
in the lowest spi.it of the cai pet-bagger
and the demagogue.
Ucfeic ceiiMdeiing that aspect of h:s ad
dress, lien ever, let us see v. hat Mr. Coiik Ceiik
ling's notions of the duties of a president
of the United Slates are. Washington,
Adams, Jelleisen, Madisen and ethers
have taught us that, though efiiccis aie
chosen by pailies, the moment they aie
chosen they become the lcpiesentativcs
and organs of the whole nation. General
Jacksen was a most earnest and vehement
paitisan, whose piejudicrs, natuially bit
ter, wcieaggiavated by tlie kind of per
sonal abuse with which he had met ; yet
Jacksen had the manliness and patriotism
te proclaim that "the chief magistrate of a
great and peweiful nation should never in
dulge in part y feeling ; he rheuld ahvajs
bear in mind that lie acts for the
whole and net a pait of the
community." Mr. Colliding thinks other ether
wise. In eider te give a sly stab at
Piesident Hayes he saje that "the can
didate of a paity is the exponent of a paity,
and, aflcr he is elected, can have no will
but the will of his paity.' " Few things"
he adds, in a snceiing r.y, "aic meie
despicable than lirstte ceuie elevation at
the hands of a party, and then in the hope
of winning pietentiens non-partisan ap
plause, te affect supciier sanctity, and
meanly te imply that these whose suppeit
and confidence we:e cageily and deferen
tially sought aic wanting in pmity, patriot
ism, or come ether title te respect.' In
ether words, a public officer is net te be
contiellcd by his constitutional obligations
as he intcipiets them, nor by a conscien
tious sense el duty te the whole people,
but by the wr-hes of these that elected
him special!'; or, as tilings new go, by
the managcis of the machine. Necrhas
tlie machine theory of politics been stated
meie openly or with moie unblusiug au
dacity. The entiie animus of Mr. Conkling s
icasening is that the piesident should be
elected by the machine, anil when elected
be contiellcd by the machine ; he is net te
addicss himself te an impartial adminis
tration of theduties of his office, acceidiug
te certain fixed political principles but lie
is te become the instrument of pirdomi pirdemi
nating interests, or of the-c parts of the
nation where "production, consumption,
building, tilled acreage," etc., happen te
be in the ascendent. But that i- net the
spit it of our constitution. The constitu
tion fixes, with great minuteness of detail,
all modes of our elections, and when an
election is closed it regaids the result as
the act of the whole people. In eider te
get an expression vf the manhood of
the nation, each ote counts as one
and is as geed as any ether vote ; and, as
Mr. Conkling himself says in the outset of
his address, ''the supreme, the final, tlie
only peaceful arbiter is the ballet box. In
that ui:i should be gathered, and fiem it
should be sacredly recorded, the conscience,
the ludgnicnt, the intelligence eiall.
no, argues Mr. Conkling aftciwaid, it is
net the votes tint ought te be considered,
but the places that the votes come from.
If they aie put in by the Feiith, which is
unfortunately impeveiishcd by a long civil
war and many yeais of caipct bag extor
tion and riot, they aie bad and dangcieu
votes, but if they are put in by thcNeith,
where commerce, industry and manufac
tures thiive, and large revenues arc paid,
they are geed aud wholesome votes, and
entitled te the lulc.
In eidrr te justify his old-blooded sec- ,
tienalism, and te cairy the Republican1
cause back te the slate in which it was at I
the close of Giant's administration, iger-1
ing the noble and efficient scsiccs of Mr. I
Hayes and Ids cabinet in healing old sores
bringing about kind and conciliatory feel
ings, Mr. Conkling gets up a tremendous
bugaboo. It would be a frightful bugaboo i
if it were net of the kird which bites oil' t
its own head. His mode of- censtuicting '
the Fcucctew, put in a logical shape, would
be this : Fhst The Democratic paity if it
succeeds, would be contiellcd by the Seuth ;
soeend, but the Seuth is only one-seventh
rfcf ln rw-rdn if lb ITmim !im1 hn lmf. i
, vr. ... 4.U..J'... w. .. v.... ...... ..... .
onc-leuiteentii et the producing, commer
cial, industrial, taxpaying and property
interests of the country ; and ergo, thiid,
the whole vast business of the country will '
be at the disposal of a very inconsiderable J
minority of these who are concerned in it.
A formidable conclusion, indeed, if it were
valid ; but assumptions of fallacy lurk both
in the premise aud the conclusion, aud
nobody needs te be fi ightencd out of his
The fust assumption or implication is
that the Seuth can succeed by itself, which
it cannot. Even if we suppose it solid
(and it is by no means ceitaiu that it will
be se in November) it cannot succeed with
out the aid of two or thiec of the great
Middle states which arc most important
factors in that sum of " pieduciug, com
mercial, industrial, taxpaying and proper
ty interest" which Mr. Conkling fleuiishcs
in its face. It cannot succeed without se
curing a majority of votes in New Jersey,
New Yerk, Indiana, and sonic state iu
New England and en the Pacific slopes.
New these determining states represent a
very large part of these commercial, in
dustrial and property interests which are
used te make the contrast between the
Xerth and Seuth. If our orator had been
an honest statesman, as he is an ardent
politician, he would have instituted a com
parison, net between the North and Seuth,
but between the Rcpublicen and Demo
cratic states ; but then the entire basis of
his superstructure would have fallen away,
aud he would have had no scarecrow at
The second assumption is that the Seuth,
which can only win by the assistance of
these great middle states, would originate
a policy, if it had the power, certain te
alienate their sympathies and support.
But what can be mere preposterous than
te suppose that it would tun counter te
the convictions and political prospects net
only of these great middle states, but of
that very large minority in the Republican
states which constitutes an essential part
of the Democratic force nearly half the
people in fact? Hew seen would it sink
into utter impotence if it attempted te
eutiage the opinions or even prejudices of
the Nei th aud West? It could net live a
year in the enjoyment of its power ; and
its allies at the North would be irrenara-
"bly destroyed. Beside, the largest states
of ' the Seuth," and these which are likely
te have the most te say iu its councils, are
Maiyland, Virginia, Kentucky, Tennessee,
Missouri and Aikansr.s, which belong te the
great middle group, and whose interests
aic nearly identical with these of -Indiana.
Ohie, New Yeik and Pennsylvania.
Under the operations of the living forces
which bring localities together they would
gravitate met c and mere toward" these ;
and no political part-, call it by what
name you will, would dare te come in
ceniHct with the tendencies of opinion in
tl.e-e minhty centres of civilization, trade,
and activity. These states, though nomi
nally belonging te " the Seuth," because
of their former tolerance of slavery, are
new, under ficc influences, rapidly amal
gamating with the states near and around
them. They wcie never strongly South
ern ; and have become decidedly Nei thorn.
They would never cling for any length of
time te a policy decisively Southern ; their
alliances aie with the North and West,
and with them in the end they will be
The truih is that, since the extinction
of slavery, the interests of the whole coun
try are se consolidated that as Mr. Gar
field said, he that attempts te build a cause
or a party upon ecctienal issues flings him
self athwait the stream of national tenden
cies, and must fall. Mr. Conkling has
dene muchhithcite te diive independent
thinkcis from their Republican adhesions,
and his present ill-judged, illogical and
malicious speech will, we fear, quicken
CAItriELW DESERTING HIMsELF.
The ratal Surrender of His Twe Strongest
Klcincnts of Success.
New Yerk Herald, Ind , September SI.
General Garfield, apparently cowed by
the threatening attitude of the extremists
in his paity. publicly abandoned the two
positions the maintenance of which alene
had made him conspicuous enough te gain
the nomination. He had written in 1877
what every thoughtful voter in the land,
of both parties, felt te be profoundly true
concerning the civil service :
"Te reform this service is one of the
highest and most imperative duties of
statcfimnship. This reform cannot be
accomplished w itheut a complete divorce
between Congress and the executive in the
matter of appointments."
But in his letter of acceptance he re
canted and wrote in precisely the opposite
" Te select wisely from our vast popula
tion these who aie best fitted for the many
offices te be filled requires an acquaintance
far beyond the range of any ene roan. The
executive, should therefore, seek and 10 10
ceive tlie information and assistance of
these whose knewledge of the communi
ties in which the duties are te be perform
ed thus qualifies them te aid in making
the wisest choice."
lie had said, concerning the scctienil
disputes, in his place in Congress :
" Se far as I have studied the current of
public thought and of political feeling in
this country no feeling has shown itself
mere strongly than the tendency of the
public mind in the past few months. The
man who attempts te jct up political ex
citement in this country en the old sec
tional issue will find himself without a
paity aud without support. The man who
wants te serve his country must put him
self in the line of its leading thought and
that is the restoration of business, trade,
commerce, industry, sound political econ
omy, hard money and honest payment of
all rbligatiens, and the man who can add -j
anything in XxA direction of the accom
plishment of any of theie purposes is a
i public benefactor."
JJut bcteic the canvass was sixty days
old he had abandoned, also, this tiuly na
tional and patriotic ground and committed
himself te that mischievous sectional ap
peal which has ever since been made by the
organs and speakers of the party, and
which was put in it3 extremest form the
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W 111111 ll' -J-Zt'WIlM' .1 IO. ,. Itllllil.ij .
The Republicans arc alarmed and uneasy
at the aspect of their canvass. The result
in Maine was a surprise te them because it
revealed an unsuspected disafectien in
their own ranks. The result in Indiana
aud Ohie they believe te be entirely un-
i certain. But they have themselves te
blame. The Aniciican people are net
feels cr blind. When tuny sce a political
i party, conservative in May, wheel around
I te the extremest policies iu September ;
when they see a candidate, long commit
; ted in the most positive manner te wise
i and national policies, suddenly and pub
licly abandon the conservative- position
i which alene gave him the popular conli cenli
1 dencc and geed-will, and bccouie the ally
1 ei the extremest bonrbeuism or his party,
hew can all this fail te shake the cenfi
dence el the voters ami nil them with sus
picion and disgust?
Thoughtful Republicans are asking
themselves, all ever the country, what tlie
election of Garfield would really mean?
They have seen him, at the bidding of the
extremists, abandon all his old and often
announced principles ; and they are in
clined te believe that if he is te represent
in the executive chair, net the civil ser
vice reform and the national policy he
formerly upheld, but the precise reverse
of these things, it may be as well,
or better, te let him be defeated,
aud let the great Republican party
have four years in the minority in which
te wash itself and become once mere clean.
The men who think thus are net enamored
of the Democratic paity, but they arc net
l se silly as te bclieve that the country is
i going te take harm from its success. They
I knew vcry.wcll that under our constitution
the people never abandon tlie control et
their affairs, and that even if the Demo
crats should be as foolish and wicked as is
pretended by some of their opponents, the
i people would make them powerless in the
I election two years hence, before they had
j the opportunity te exocute the least of
j these terrible purposes of which they are
The country is safe no matter what party
succeeds. Sensible men have no feaxs en
that score. But the spirit in which the
Republicans are urging their canvass is
causing a great many of their voters te
consider whether it would net be best for
the party which they love that it should
have a period of adversity, te give its lead
ers time te consider their ways. And, as
the Ecening Pett rightly suggests, recent
utterances from the Republican stump
have the effect te "quicken the depart
ure" of such voters.
Jeseph Rusan. Percy, Ontario, writes: "I
was induced te try Themas' Eclectrie OU for a
lameness which troubled me ler three or four
years, and I found it the best article I ever
tried. It has been a great blessing te me." Fer
sale by II. R. Cochran, druggist, 137 and 139
North Queen street. Lancaster. Pa 25
Statistics prove that twenty-nve percent
of the deaths in our larger cities are caused by
consumption, anil when we reflect that this
terrible disease iu its worst stage wUl yield te
abottlcefLochei's Renowned Cough Syrup,
shall we condemn the sufTerers ter their negli
gence, or pity them for their ignorance? Ne
9 East Kins street.
Never a day passes but we hear e' some acci
dent through the careless u-e of kerosene.
Heads of families should caution their domes
tics about using it te start a lire with, ami at
the same time alwavs keep a supply et Dr.
Themas' Eclectrie Oil en hand, best cure for
burns, euts, wounds etc. Fer side by II. 11.
Cochran, druggist. 1.17 and 139 North Queen
street, Lancaster, Pa. 20
Ne. 1.-.9K NORTH QUEEN STREET, near P. If.
R. Depot, Lancaster, Pa. Geld, slher and
Niekel-cased Watches Chains, Cleeks. Ac.
Agent ter the celebrated Pantoscepic bpietn
cles and Eye-Cl.ees. Repairing a specialty,
Adopted by the UNITED STATES S1UNAL
Measuring Rain-Fall Accurately te
tlie 1-100 of an Inch.
Fer al by
B. F. BOWMAN,
100 EAST KING STKEET.
WeSL El.d, in ist. OeM Cases.
WeSL Elld, in Ilk. Geld Ceses.
W eSt End, inSIlvar Iluntlnii Cass.
VV eSt Elld, in Silver open-fiice Cases.
Ne. 20 East King Slrcet, Lancaster, Ta.
I H. MARTIN,
Wholesale and Retail Dcalei In ail kinds of
LUM1JER AND COAL.
jftrf-Yard: Ne. 43) North Water and Prince
-tu-uls above Lemen. Lancaster. n.'Mjil
COAL! COAL! COAL! COAL
Ceal of the Hest Quality put up expressly
for I isnily use, anil at the low
est market prices.
TRY A" SAMPLE TON.
ij VAUD J30 SOUTH WATER ST.
!i JIM J il PHILIP SCHUM, SON .t CO.
iOAL! COAL! COAL!!!
' li:iv enn.stnntlr en hand all the best
grade- of COAL tint are in market, which we
are celling as low as any yard in the city.
Call and get fir prices before buying else
where. M. F. STEIGERWALT & SON,
ill NORTH WATER STREET.
COHO & WILEY,
r..11 SOUTH W'ATVAt ST., Lnnrtutter, l'a.,
Whele-ale and Retail Dealers iu
LUMBER AND GOAL.
Connection With the Telephonic Exchange.
".ranch efflcc : Ne. 3 NORTH DUKE ST.
J GORREOHT & CO.S
GOOD, CLEAN FAMILY COAL,
and all ether kinds of Ceal. Quality anil
quantity guaranteed. Yard, Harri-burg Pike,
Oilice, '-0 E.iwt Chestnut lreet. augi7trl
Fer geed, clean Family and all ether kind
or COAL co te
BUSSEI. & SHULMTER'S.
Quality and Weight gn-irantewd. Orders le
OFFICE: 22 East King Street. YARD:
Cl North Prince Street.
All in want of Fine or Fancy Cabinet Werk
would de w ell te call and examine specimens
t our work.
OFFICE FURMTUBE A SPECIALTY.
15J East Kln Street.
JfOVXDERS AXli SlACUtSISTH.
SHOP ON PLUM STREET,
OrreatTK ihb Loceskwivb Works.
The "ubscrlbcr centinuis te manufacture
BOILEBS AND rJTEAM ENGINES,
Fer Tannine and ether purposes
Sheet-iron Werk, and
Blacksmi thing generally.
49 Jobbing promptly attended te.
anglS-lydJ JOHN BEST.
TO STATE FAIR
A Cordial Invitation te visit
my store, and te make use of
it during your stay in the city.
La the waiting-room, as you
enter from Chestnut street, yen
may rest with ladies and chil
dren; leave parcels, checked;
and enjoy many ether little fa
cilities. I want you te see my place
and business; and te learn hew
easily, safely and advantageous
ly you can send there from your
homes for almost everything.
Chtmtnut, Thirteenth and Market streets,
and City Hall Square. Philadelphia.
BOOKH AX.lt HTATIOXUHY.
for Lancaster City and County, at
L. M. FLYNN'S
Ne. 42 WEST KINO STREET.
Ne. 32 East Kinjr St., Lancaster, Pa.
Schools of Lancaster City,
NEW AND SECOND-HAND.
At the LOWEST PRICES, at the Reek Stere or
JOB! BAER'S SONS,
15 and 17 NORTH QUEEN STREET,
C1I1XA AXli OJASHWAUJK.
1 ItCAT RARGAINS
CHINA, GLASS AND QDEENSWARB.
A large assortment of
Fancy Flower Pets,
Plain Flower Pets.
A fall line of them in ear window.
HIGH & MARTIN,
Ne. IS CAST KINO STRKKT.
IN KNDLE33 TAHIKTT,
Shertzer,Hnmphreville & Kieffer'g
40 EAST KINO STRKKT.