The Dallas Weekly Herald. (Dallas, Tex.), Vol. 31, No. 28, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 29, 1881 Page: 2 of 8
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II wain Ihry hv Irci-n "If Vll'K "
ort" at Mux mm litlly In Franca.
It U M (hat th Pmpcrrtr of H'iln will
h crowned m Moacow rrly In My II I'
l.M head left by that ill"" l or..wn.l.
Tnr.im will be hut holiday In Mil-
mpi. Mr. U. u. liny". f (!". I"1" 1fl
' otdttllmt lo oiukv IjI promised trip " '-1'0
QUI World. t-
Out of consideration for hi feolmii the
Juliu Bhermun Investigation lit to bo held
' wlthclosed door. Tharo.is notuing line
being aorubody i
A wAo( words bclweon tlie counsel in
'the Oulteau case yesterday " smoothed Us
wrinkled front;' under tho. porsuaslve elO'
quencc of Jit-ls Coat.
Till: Ci)in:ii''i''ner of Ilallr iads in his an
nuul rcmrt refers ta the fuot that not less
than'fwu Irani-continental railroads will be
In openilinu hefore long;. .. .
Vitriol throwing )is beeomo so horribly
jrrevalent in Paris that the authorities have
' prehihitod lis sale except On physician's
proscription. La hollo Fans ! '
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Rickator Vooituiiictf' son Demists lit. his
II A-I.-l I T - Vi.alinAB I
lueairicni usiiiraiuiiiB.. . r .j. uui . lumuwat
Both he and the audiences who listen to
the son are to bd pitied greatly.'' ".
A exchange remarks that ladies cannot
be too. careful Willi their money while
shopping In these days as the pickpocket
WUl get it II tuo salesmen aon i.
' ; . ' : '.
Tni Russian Minister. lit Washington
. M. Bartholomel. has been payiinr umgre at
' tention to the .ladies than his official duties
' and at the request of'our government has
been recalled. ' .
(jRonffii Aj'Sor the murdoreri who was
' arrested in .this- city some tunc ago arid
takou. back to Kentucky by Marshal
' Arnold j has been convicted and sentenced
to Unpriaanment for life.
a a m
. Cirtii Service Inform bills are always be-
low the country and are always-just the
thiile needed' but somehow .or othor they
are never passed. Mr. Pendleton is still in
the ring) however and one more chance re-
. mains. ' - .' "
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' Aftkb along and thorough investigation
Mr.; Walter the proprietor of the London
Times returns to England completely cap-
tivated by America. ' So are they all. ".To
be loved she needs only to. be Been" so to
. CoMMTtEciALmonin the East' are taking
.. actf'dn with'.'Tefe'rence to the propbsea ship
canKl across Illinois and petitions are being
Lk n-. .. . it.i it. i
f4trie'govcrnme'nt be exte'nded to this great
enteTrjrise. -' "' ' ''. ". ' -
TWs C6driet:journal thinks the grantihg
i of yifrariklrig . privilege to Mrs.. Garfield
wuh an.ni-t otBiiDerlluous beneflcenco. and
" A.iiAna I1.nl tl.tf annnnii vfl nKiinHnn' Hia
practice of extending special privileges to
: m. . ' . '
Thk Jeannette's fate is but another evi-
dence of the supreme folly of all attempts to
eiplore the Aretic JJofore wo get very much
definite information as to that lovely se
tiou Qfthe earth we wjll have to wait for
Miat phopgc in. the axia when the vines and
flowers will crawl Bp the pole. ''
' Tn New York'Sun thinks Creneral Gran
ought to' write to Senator Logan and re-
- quest him to withdraw his bill to place the
ex-Presidents on the retired h'st of the
army. It is astenishing to see how imper-'
iectly tne cnaracicrs oi our leauing poiuj-
oians are known in this country.. rU
A NASltviti contemporary says '. "The
I'Wlaaeipina itccora idiiiks inai me ionu-
aess"of the Sbuthernor for oratory is illus-
trated at Atlanta where scarcely a day
yasses without a bit of public "chin-nrnsic."
The Record should have mentioned in thls
connection that most n the oratory has
been furnished by Northern visitors." '
.... i . i '
A PHiLAnri.rHii councilman 'has been
graded oflicinl to attach so light a value to
favort extended to him. If ho had lived
out this way he would not have knocked
ofl ' ban 20 per cent at the outside. -
I.7u. . V7uj!.uiUju Suu ) i'uv ciiy
warms with office seekers while 'the Sen-
ate is wrestlinK with civil service reform.
Meanwhile those who most persistently
advocate the claims of those chasing after
the spoils are members of the United States
Senate. ..ClvjJ service reform cannot tut
prove a great success. w .
Thebi If said to be great exultation in
New Jersey oyer the elevation of J"relihg-
huen to be riot rotary of State. This r-
jok'ing has - been explained heretofore
thditlt'h"fJtl the ground that the appoint-
ment is a. .practical .recognition of New
Jersey as a part of the Union. No impres-
sion of any moment has been made on the
ji'itry at large however.' "
Howtcroas continne. Last night apron-
iiieot e Coufiederate't death by the bands
of a fellow-man in Charleston West Vir-
ginia was flashed over the wires and yester-
day tie mi on 'oar streets gave the par-ti-Xrs
of another sad and bloody tragedy
. M .. ... . . t- .
Trr4jsLVcr ciiy ton iiwiu. as ion t as
Hie ts.U'US Hum permit vie raic biiu car-
. : r A tl . . . V. .1.1. n
oenr. ' . -
. Ajtthio smarking'of repudiation inev
itattly casts blight over a commnnity
upholding Uie same. The failure to settle
the publie debts oi Virginia and Tennese
pon a jnat and equitable basis has k-H
those Statei back twenty years in the
marrh of progress and has irreatly dam-
aged the whole Sooth. A Ft. I.oflia ex-
cluippe has the fallowing f intclli)rnce
tl si nierits the careful rrsidera'jon of the
TKi)'le ol Iht Botith." "Busine men who
Lave bn Uironph the South aim ibe Vir-
ginia elrrtioB rTrt that jiabonism Las
bad a m' ri'prtsf ns; inflnenre on com-tun-t
and ail material intoreats ia that m-c-tinn.
An Indefinite fear of rrpudiation and
IUj-uMinari tsenJanry is nficient to ac-
count n'it for drn a!on lrut tr to
ettw dia!or!ttif of bnine. Tbe ni
tirae rn't Is bciri to i a till ro'ire d-
t'r d r ;r-:ti't ti tbe piny h;tL ha
'. .aeif with rinJiaii-n."
iiu niKiui 1 ( '" tit titu
hit Afl'l ll'l 4fp f Id t'r fllM'.l
Hint hnt o llifl (.If III li'iftiM h'f
IbUM fxrhi' I'iiiK N'H ''n'rli t"f
I'HIMI lit MM'I Imlidl" Mill
I.H.ifll srl KMD'llirf.WSflil SI'HJ" liri'lr
fli llflM ofrtitrf Ami and lli iinff"il
filrlmf iiHBirfiMldif finHnlnilf Arcl
Jul we fi'iif we f '"fik linw'f'tifntilf hn W
US "HlllffHl ffloll'IIIK" llldrl ltClll
n IfChristmas III the rontraitu which It prr
sontK it Unlit and ul'xin rriiislini truth
fully typical of that event of which
It la a coiiimoinorutloii. And In
Knropu and Aimirlca tMv ninrnlnft
wherover Is cctabraled (his M holiday
there ore hrnrTs mid homes where the
shadows ore rendnred only the deeper by
o inipu.-lnoii with the nir of hnpplness
around and outside. And freely and
bitterly will tears- How to-day as thoughts
arise of the loved and lost who. wero pres-
ent perhaps to bless and cheer oi other
occasions of like character. And bitter
questionings of man's humanity and God's
oharity and dark regrets and painful envy-
ings tho evil brood of cruol reflections lliat
spring from want und sickness and disgrace-will
po up this . morning from
the haunts of crime and misfortuno
on the 'sume sweet . air that bears
upward the inceiso "ot glndncsss and
thanksgiving and Jove. Andyotitbas been
hv;;s so. Indeed if this Cliristmas which
we celebrate were personal and Immortal
bow stranger than fiction w.ould be tho his-
tories it could relute of the curious blend-
hie of nisht and morning in all tho life of
the past.: But we venture tho assertion that
each reeurrins celebration bus witnessed a
sotteaing of the asperities and a gradual in
crease In the amenities of mau'sconfiict with
himself 1 with nature and with society
Krom that morning when the star stood
still over the manger at Bethlehem to this
morning whon.wQ are rejoicing under almost
tho full fruition of its splendor human-
ity "philpsiphioM government society the
aggregate of. thought have all undergone a
violent. revolution such a revolution in
deed as has left scarcely a vestige 'of the
former' regime. ' Then the' world bowed in
humility before an imperious. Cossar where
now il reverences in love a Goddess of Lib.
erty! Then it irroped in the rlarkness of. a
selfish individuality' where nqw it basks in
the sunlight Of a generous and universal
sympathy. Then it gloried in the carnage
and desolation of battle and conquest' but
now it smiles approvingly- only. upon the
victories bf peace. 1 Then ' man' was an ani
mal and woman was his toy.- Now the one
is ... an .intellect . and.. tie. .other
lils companion That was. .- - the
age .of superstition ' this an ago - 0
reason! Thoh after all the preceding cen
turies' of experience: and enquiry a blight
had settled upon the nations1 and retrogres-
sion was the order; but' now an unbroken
progress reigns from pole o pole frorii t he
ancient Orient to the young West. There
was no hope nor 'future -in the thought of
that day but now under the light that was
kindled in' the manger' humanity ' has
grown as stror.g- and bnoyant as a young
giant. 'Mankind in 1 its age' has "become
young again "and the 'crude theories' of ' its
youth remain only ' in the mustt fomes
upon. .the. shelves of the book-worm. In a
word. Christ was a pauper child but now
He Is the Snri of three; hurtdred million
people .under i whose genial .warmth
the charities have expanded and through
whose influence ' the priest has . sup-
planted the soldier in the subjugation of
man. Men may doubt thei authenticity of
Christianity and' they may worship Ma-
homet or Buddha or Vishnu or relegato
their existence to tho play of electricity or
refuse to worship or believe anything but
tho fact' must be admitted as a less o a of
indisputable' history that Whether Divine
or not the rough points in man's charnctor
1iave been "gradually polished and the sum
of human happiness and sympathy gradu-
ally .augmented by the prevalence 'and
power of the ChristianTeligioa.- The faith
that Carries the Sister of Churity over the
Geld where battle has strewn its tho'usahds
and presents the cross and cup of water to the
victim of war's horrors that erects 'hospi-
tals and homes of refuge; hat smoothes
down the pillow of the dying puperr pnd
takes tho sting out of the execution of the
criminal is. whether rcul or fancied one of
the most potont factors of civilization. In.
view of these facts it is meet that Christ-
mas should become the season and occasion
of universal rejaicing.; It Is meet that
man's humanity . to man should at tbl
time display its newest and richest devel-
opment. And It is meet that new of all
periods' of the year when the hetrt is
0cned by thepreseace and possession of
the tokens of the love and esteem ef others
and quickened into . new pulsa-
tions by ' the ' electric currents
of a common jey' that charity
rTiM V eTir"'"4 teS-Hs t!;e . 1st a-J
lonely which Christ himself declared was
after all the truest and purest' religion of
which man was susceptible. These have no
homes whoso peace and . love and luxury
soften the hard struggle of life. No friends
whose encouragement and sympathy can
strengthen the tired arm or raise the droop-
ing head. No honors or means with which
they eanpartlcipate In the gentrnl festival.
They stand withent under the glare of the
palace windows and It. teems that tbe
better impulses of any upright heart would
dictate with them' kdi vision of the U-
cacic of tbe feasU The present yenr abo re
all Athens it 'seem to us has been diti-
guifhed by a universal good frellng and an
unprecedented splri of charity' and Christ-
inas 181 ought to mark an era In the
brotherhood of man." Th nations are at
peae prosperity is warld-wtde'' cft'ilizatiun
is broader and more Trogressivt tlian ever
beforp'-and this holiday morning dawna
npon humanity with grrater pronioh
it ever gave before. It is wiih unfeigned
sincerity then fore that we eK luim. "A
Merry . Chritnuis to all!" .' Mittj-
in its - freedom fmm cart and
toil merry in its reanions and p!eaant
snrprises merry amend the fireside and r.n
the treat merry ia it every experience
and to every eoul yonng or old rich w
poor friend or atrantrr ao merry Imiord
jtbat the memory -of its celebration msy lin
ger in tbe mind after the friends who en-
oyed it with es and tbe inrHenti that di-
tinfnished it have faded "like stmaks of a
momina cloud into ibe infinite erure of
tlic part." '
cnmsie dltlomatic cowrLicitov
Tbe event ot tbe part year or more syva-
rte!y ' t7aking tbone r.f tbe j.art frw
mor.ths. canrifit but irrj.rw" the aileritrr
and lnti'ig'-nt observer of rvr.tt with Ue
orrtainty of new and livaxd d:(.rimtif
rt'ttions on U part of t? I ri'tf-d Ste-fi
iifa Kam ai-l the rm:ri'!r of tle
wrid. Tit tl laiH hnrxW'l yt nur
Plate lv-jrtnirtit h ti f ;! f'
tliat ian-ou fafw:i Mre "f Wa-aint-vm 1
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l i I 0 ....( n-i'M'-' '
Ht' fl i..f. AO t t- 'I 'I' ' f
difTV'Mii. " hi VxD fll fit fMnHI.'l 'i'f
lion Mit"tt"tnfit lii Mi 111 Kim fill.' fft-
illnlj nil nMIil'fffiitla liit'u' Wiih
Ollidf i'illon. f! w HD )fiWH 'i f'
Mlf 4i'1 Amttlitti anlerl'flw ami corn.
riffWul lnlef bav S'iii(i(lltlll4 l
prM'l mff Ids fan nt fhn flubs llii It will
hn n 1 1 In linroMllile f UniUff .l'f M
rij ut diiforliindlilal Wmdiir't (uch A
ni0 and lii'lirfi'fflil atlllinlc W Imva
coma la that (Million In tha growlli ut Inda.
peiiili'lit SofrrslgnlleU whsrs It Isbtil nstlc
tn our grnntiicM and liitelllKriice Hints'
should tuts bold and pMiiilnent
siaud among th lovernineiiH of I lis world
and exert the Influence rightfully belonging
to us As long n our own Inlnrents wore
confined within tlis borders of tho State
Composing the Union It was well atiougli
to sacredly anil Jealously nialutalu the non-
interference nollcv. but now we aro di
rectly Interested In tho course (if affairs In
the British Dominions Franc Ilia -Mcgi
terrancan. . China ' and Japan and to' l
greater 'extent' still In' Central America
South America and the" West Indies. 'We
are centrally located upon the political
chess-board of'fhe world ' and' out' oltiitens
and money- are-' distributod 'eVerywhere
and these in turn Bre ' 'always ' djtectly af
fected by the movements commercially so
cially and politically of the people' among
whom they are domiciled.. If U therefore
our duty to let tho rest of the world kaow
that wo are one of them and expasMq take
part in the various council audldeterinl
nations by which mankind and particu
larly that portion of it here In America if
to be affected in either their present or fu
turo operations and interests. Certain oc-
currences Just recentfy 'Indicate that we
can now no longer remain paselve obser
vers . of European and other political
determinations. The first and most impor
tant of these was the correspondence be.
tween Mr. Biaine and Mr. Lowell and tm?
lengthy and complicated discussion tjiat
has arisen over our. South American im
broglio. In short -Mr. 'Blaine has. started
us upon a career of diplomacy whose dura;
tion or extent' can not be measured al
though he has retired from ofheo. Europe
has been given to understand that we have
dropped the. old idea and policy of non-
i'iterfereceas will be learned from tlie for-
eign presp and Europe ' hever forgets an'In-
timaion or that character.. Another oause
for anticipation of more extended diplomatic
Somplicotions in the future for us wilt he
found in' the. universal attention 'given to
American ideas institutions and:conductat
the present time by the leading English
and continental jdurnali. W6 ore the sub
ject ef daily comment and. are wtehal(m
'our every act with a mingled degree of fear
admiration slid jealousy; This has1 been
brought about by :tli increased .travel
Through .the United States of. prominent
trails-Atlantic politicians literati capital
ists and ou'rnaists. .While all thesel things
are calculated to tickle our National pride
and impress us with tho growing greatness
of tho American Union we cannot' bu
recognize the necessity JFor two very impor
tant moves on .the part of our Federal aur
thoritica tbe .leaving; of which undone
cannot but 'prove1 disastrous and humil
iating to us in auy iitternatibnal complica-
tions Into which .wo liiay: 'be drawn It is
riL-lit that we snould- step forth ' as - ono of
the powers Of the earth and it Is now1 as we
have sajd next. to nriposs'Ihle for' us to re
frain from doing so but undor such eircuni
stances wo mnstiiquip ourselves as do'oth'
crs for the responsibilities and dangers that
surround the new position ussumed. This
can be done in only two ways and the first
imperative demand ufiori us is the construc-
tion apd niaintenanceof anavyequaltoany
emergency that may arlf o. In such "little
matters'! . as . differences of . opinion
it : is absurd : to1 . :talk about
or point to our vast domain or - resources'
or pur 50000000.. of popnlation or deaehd
upon our great name and prostigo.. Swin.
ships and good guns are the potont agencies
only in international comcsts. Weliiust
have this arm of service or take a back scut
among civilized nations. But hardly in
ferior in Importance is the establishment of
a diplomatic corps throughout the world
who shall be appointed and' retained in the
service ot the country upon conditions
only of their merit .and behavior and be
rendered independent of the changes of
parties1 and administrations. In this way
alone will we ever be able to eope success
fully with the astute diplomats of the first na
tions whose heads have grown gray In such
service and who are removed only from one
court to another as the exigencies of the
government at borne may demand. Up to
within a few months ago the ambassador!
of foreign powers at Washington had been
Uninterruptedly there for a decade each
and all of them while in the same period
our government bad changed its ministers
at even the first-class missions three four
and even ve limes and aaoh time neWti-d
a representative by reason only of his parti-
san sendees and for which the mission was
a reward. These two" thing must
assuredly be attended to and that speedily
If this government proposes to participate
at all In the progress and increMing inter-
communication of nation and look prop-
erly after its citi rent and it varied politi-
fal 's ar.d'' ta irr ttittrrrt Kjnsdai
tlil. :C taring ow over tbfc face of the
whole etvUifccd world. Money and economy
should' be no object' where the nation'
honor and position are the object to be
protected and maintained. . . " .
(oxmnNo M-Bcno.Ns. .
We are In the habit of thinking and act-
ing In this country if every thing pertain-
ing te-the American form of government
were perfection' itself slid Incapable of be-
ing bettt-red but every now and then sonse
dctec; achieves little more notice than
nroal and we wonder that .pari irnlar at-
tention and a corrective had uo" been di-
rected towards and app'.ird to it. before
i'rerioas to rprideiit Garfjeld'f long Ill-
ness when the matter becsine quite
proinioent We doubt If one eititen
ia ten had any thought bat tljrt
tbe varion qnestiona wlich inicht
arm toncl.jrig . the I'refiiJential
sncff'Sfiion Were amply ana cJfarly rro-
vidd for by Uie Fedtral Constitution and
htatatf. Now hownrpr K rrovf .to be
one of tbe least ondr-rntood mot debatable
and dangrrrrtil sul j.tf before tlx prcsen
('imirrfH We might cite othw invtanree
of like charactT were it thihitt fir the
disruwion iA t lie subject in band but it is
nnl Pars- it to ey that ur Tim ratd
fabric of government liko tbe fiirrplf-?t
forms of authority andfr wl.i h the barba-
rian liv i by bo In ears perf-ction. an4
af'THs in it TTariiral ( plication
fr' ir.na'ly an insr't intfl f weak
p.'a.U ti.l it i tie j't-t of Ira
rn'i--.'') 'v to ror--t iir rr". ''I'i-'j.
Wf - it-r-rroH J 'r r-"'.rt
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( )A (( faUM nf liln f ft' ."'lr H'(I
Iff minHi'f lit 'iii fiffi.iii(i iiMa trfi
1 llf Vfll Cl!f ftf I lil.ttfi t'iii
r'infi'1 biif II U iii sii l l' e'iiiiil'ii
rnin be Dlili'ifK.I 'i I lmr ie J If a lot i.f
li Hfigr i'iiil'"l'i lio In filiiCiis's c r
tit tfll kfiiiiv f'fll well liTfl d li'i bfillfd In
ti (linfffd! bul whflj li"f'S I pn'fl'Sil
fiitl'lUflli and t"i Inf1iieti ntmtif ui Hi
loliby th l-l In nf frilling In Hist
at Iftanf. draw riifigfi-wman'
fmjr during lb frlfff1 ut llmlr rm-
lft. And Ihs liiitnlief 1ml l'n nfi'tnlily
growing. Most of the prMenl cniiteffaiiM
are Kuntlierii Itepnlillcaim and It I baroly
posshle a goodly miiuh'r t( them may bo
let Into the Home on the) sfinrge of fraud
Intimidation and whatnot which tlmy all
make. But it It lint In a party or political
sense tliHt we dtMiretosptak of thin subject.
It Is tho opportunity orrtght of contort
gencmlly that we refer f6.' Ami we enn-
tond that I'n prictlue . this.' rliht
bns degenorated Into so trdnblesome
and -costly exertfino ' to ' thtf general
government thotnnu of two things ought tq
be done. Either tha right of con lost before
Congress ought to be taken nwuy altogether
'ir tha manner and policy governing Its ex-
ercise. heretofore - ouglt to be greatly
chpnged. 1110 first proposition' wouldr vir-
tually deprive the Jlons'e of Its privilege to
judgo.of the qnulillcatlons of its own mem-
ber and would pot probaldy- be wise or
practliab'e and It is useless.here to. discuss
lit further but the second certainly suggests
itself to ns as of the utmost Importance as a
measure fcr Congress to act.' upoi)
a.nd.ientirejy .feasible. . As the matter
now standi tbe greatest latitude exists- 'for
the would-be contestant; and if lie be as he
generally is a'"needy" man a poaitife In-
diiceinotit is .held out to him to renew a
conflict' 'settled' by'the people: before the
Committee on Iriviloes and Elections in
the House of Representatives nt Washing-
ton.'i Fof if there exists the slightest basis
ibrhls Claim; and it- is no trouble to bui.ld l
b&nijij tlit expenses .Incident to tlie. contest
arc gratuitously -voted him whether suc-
cessful or not or more accurately Stated two
men rc paid Congi'essme"n's wages from the
arae district at.the same time:. The con-
tests before Cqngreti this session will foot
up at least $40000 Or 15501500. and th'p jnves-'
tigtit)pnall the tirac'bnt .the repetition of a
mutter passed solemnly i upon yr IQS.OOO
froo arid wide-awake citizensi "I hot this
an abuse an Incentive to vexatious and
costly conflicts'' a source b?pbIftlca!' corrup-
tion and an imposition on the people? Ahd1
yet the evil' could be easily remedied Jet:
i- ii. i:..' J'i.-j'
jongress Dy siauie ueciuro liiui uortaiii
broad and '' patent and just grounds
suchi ; -as experienco'. i and " ..wisdom
might .''" fsnggest '" to it .J :mu'st '".first
be ;: clefixljr J. ; Jald . before";; the jriglif
to xontest is'igrantedj' and then "among
otiier proviBions aeed'cd to fully cover tte
case4 hat under no. circumstatifces fchbuld
any.conipensution.oi whatever (maracier ne
glinted to Uie successful party in the con-'
test ' but as cases fn courts certain costs
should fall 6n him" and our word' fc It this
character of. man would be legs seen around
the National Capital and those only who
were thrice armed with a just quarrel would
ever .torment tho House and retard legisla-
tion. . by thff persistent pressing of
their chVimS ' for : another's seat.' Ad-
ded to this we believe tho existence of more
Stringent rules in this particular wou.d
prove the means of producing ' greater hon
esty and purity in cle'ctlons in the- various
Congressional distriots of the ' Iffiien for
very obvloti reasons. The hearer the elec-
tion itself approached a finality of the mat-
ter !y the rules bf the House the greater
watchfulness and energy-nnd caution would
it occasion on tho part of candidates and
these things in turn would rondor Im-
possible many things now ' indulged at such
times .of a questionable nature and arising
mainly from a belief that the corrupt fea
tures of the campaign ore easily reviewed by
Congress and in fact afford new avenue of
success! in case of a first failure. For these
reason we most earnestly desire a practical
reform In this matter and trust that the
nrnsent contestants will meet such a rebuke
aswiilhttveasalutaryeffect in the future
.OVTIJNHQA roLICY. '.
Of late politics have become considerably
mixed. We heur qf tarilr Democrats and
free-trade Democrats tariff Kepublicans
and frec-trado Kepublicans Grccnbackers
Nationals Socialists and soft and hard
money men until it is a prefty diflioult
matter for even an Intelligent citizen to tell
exactly just what party he belongs to.
This trouble is beginning to bo felt very
decidedly and We notice with pleasure that
a movement la contemplated at an early
day that will go far' to brash many of the
doubt and cobwebs away. Parties cannot
remain intact or become effective force
through the mere Instrumentalities of a
name or a sentiment however honored and
ancient the" one" r deeb the otneV. There
must 'be a strong cohesive principle
an object to be socamplished or an abase to
be corrected and of uch patent character
too as to enlist the earnest onthnsiasm of
the masses.' The political organizations in
the United States have proven so mealy-
mouthed and yacillatory have so oflen
changed -front 'and awapped position in
Congress and before the people that very
little attachment for either or any of them
exists in thetr ranks at the present time.
Notwithstanding thi fact each of them
contiauestohold it convention and pro-
claim its purpose and run it candi-
dates while tbe country at large
grew 'constantly more dissatisfied
with all.'. Thetre farts It aeom have at last
boon brought home to the more proniincn
figure among the Democrats and a prncu-
cal means bu been suggested for correcting
the mistakes that have in this particular
invariably proven o disastrous in the past. ;
A short m bile ago it was possible to wage J
and defend a political campaign upon the
is.KUcawh'ch the war left over and then-'
lions continued to nurse but of late this
style ut warfare hat grown unpopular has
UIH-a very properly info disuse and some-
thing of a mint modernized and utilitarian
chartM'tet Matt be substituted. Tbe result
in a IVmocratic conference ao we ara in-
furnivd. Is to be held by the Demo-
cratic Coagresnien and the leading mem-
berVof the party throngbot the nation at
Waft.inrlon onn after tl New Yearn "to
cfnivdrr tbeffituation and outline a policy."
It is a mt admirable idea and altbongh
it fd.ould bare been d.m two yeari agn i
"r'ttpr lai than new." Tuf-re is cmaiuly
BrrTvitr fyr a frank foil inerrbari? ofi
oi'lniins fm tb rreal pubiic quewi likely I
to r?e in the orcinr eampa;gT:sanJ an ao-
tbTits'iTe i-omolrati'in of tlie reI fntn-tK-nt
and pi:ital faith t tliwf tnfTI wba
rut t!in: Iifmor -a'.a. Tb"l. iitrfi-
rl w'iirr f "' Ufni "I:Tib!i-
fftfi" rA rrffTat" a'e wril D"r:fi
lr.-. tnt vtiit f?- t'r s'mi'y tn.
'lit A ar".-'r ". prire w:tl
r ' -. tii 1 r-. J r' r.f- f". it
r r. 1 ;f.r v a oVi 'if ni-''i:h ri f i
I J l.l
. . . ' .
Ilia f-nl ( irli lit ll.il riillllll UK itl'll 1'l
llrt f.r.Miltl f"l llif f t'HlUUf
ffiiil I riiiiif liifi'linl! In dfiiffliig
IIMMMinrfln ih ft w' irmi
("ifllei and Ifliiif Hi ifimlfiiir In jm
llo inf.iir. whli h tit InK fruffj fiiflbfli
n fnlii ll U'lrvi'V if : tin. M't j Ibis
fiiifnfi" Iielj M Ida npi'iiiili
nf It ilMoMiilotfl'iin- wlli ' to
lioiiml It folliiw Wlii mi fiarfy lii
fnftli boldly wiih platform of nlKiir and
prm llrnl pilnclple all ntber will b fori il
to do IIKfwIsfi. Yet abive all tiling ft H
hi 1 MnrMaiitntlw Iiemocratln conferfiiee.
vnlelnii Hi uriillnient of lh new parly and
ai l Int with reference Id Die' clm'iiged coiidl
lion nf affiilr. It must be free from the
iirn'ls and fossils who have survived tho
waf and still cling' to the Issues that have
kept their political household out of power
and are now fortunately dead.1 Any other
character nf.assentbly or controlled by atty
other character of Influence would only re'
sult'lii greater confusion.' ' "
l' --" MMlf I I
Bow a Little Olrl Looked In Upon Many
OUristina Seenes anil the Lesson - Bin
. . LearaeU Tharefrsm.
' Tho Christmas chiinefcll musically upon
tho clfar frosty' night nir. Llttlo Estelle
sprang to tfea window and looked from tke
1 uxurious. jnom in which she tood upon
the scone without. The moon hung hlgl:
In th cloudless heaven and with niyriads
of stars shed .bright kindly beams upon
the bustling city; and an eager hurrying
crowd passed lo and fro amid gleaming sky'
rockets and shouts of "Merry Christ mas'"
which rose upon the crisp frosty air. The
little girl looked.' with" quickened breath
upon the animated picture. She noticed a
family of rnerrj children passing with their
parents ana alter looKing.upon uieinmppy
faces a; they passed she turned ljer eyes to
the room' in which she stood and seemed to
be 'making' comparisons in hor - mind
The room '' was' luxuriously 'fur
nished with j. all' . ..tho.; "..appoint
ments of a sleeping apartment a cheerful
fire hurried in the grate and a large colored
lamp hung from tho frescoed cejling shed
ding a rosy light over the lurnituro anil tnc
lttle girl who ws tho solo occupant of tho
rbem. '.;'.. ' '
'"Those children seem so happy with their
other and mother and with their arms full
of Ch'ristmas presents" she Bald in audible
tones '.'Mytnother has been engaged wit 11
herjasbionable friends all day has scarcely
a.l limA tn fav 'a merrv Christmas' to me:
and pans has been down town since brcak-
asfc 1 5. have nice presents which papa and
mamma have bought for me and I .had
t walk this afternoon with littl
-brother and his nurse but now little brother
i asleep and I feel so lonely 1 wonoer u
mamma has any company In the parlor
now? if she has not may bo she will let me
take tea wiih her at the table and sit up
awhile with her for it is Christmas-night
arid she ought to let me be with her.some of
the time.'.' .' .
; Her solQoquy came to an end as the door
opened and her mother attired in elegant
eveuuiK cuatuuic wnwicu iwm.
"Am von nil alane. Estelle ?" she kindly
fonnirnif. ndvnnnlntr across the room the
IOU18 OI lier ricu urcoa biaiiiu tnw"5
Bolt carpet.'. . . ' "
' "Little brother is asleep and . I. don't
know where the governess is" Fstelle' de-
murely replied her eyes taking in her
mnih.r'a iirnsn. mill-comnrouenuinc ni a
glance the meaning of the elaborate toilet.
u'nll mvntiilfl. voit can take tea with
your governess as usual and do not sit up
too late I will be gone until quito late to-
night myself at the opera so good-njtrht"
and tlie queenly motner sioopeu unij Riaaeu
the little cirl. then turned to leave me
"Has naDa come yet ?" Estelle asked her
lips quivering with disappointment:
A frown ruffled the mother's smooth
forehead. "Why do you ask mo such uso-
ln oniistions?" she said impatiently ;
"You ' know he - rarely gets
hfifore eleveu. and 1 (10
not profers to keep myself informed ns to
tua everv movement x nave uui ic wnw
wilL rn to tho onera in company with
party of friends who are to call for mo."
Then in milder tones she added: "Do not
sit up too late dear" and With a Carcleos
kiss she passed out und loft the little '.girl
alone. Estelle soon joined her governess
at the tea-table and the evening meal was
nartiikpn of in m ence. nimosb uninter
rupted. When the meal was ended the
nn retiirni.il to the sleenine-anartinsnt.
and the eoverness. taking a book in' her
hand seated herself near the fire and began
reading unmindful of the little girl who
had withdrawn to .the window and stood
looking- ant. her bosom heavine with sup
pressed tears and her heart yearning tor
love and sympathy rue room was ntmra
to a warm pleasant temperature and while
she Bai in me ueep arm uiiuir nun nun uau
rlmwn nn to the window and looked out at
the twinkling stars in the quiet sky.and tho
kindly 'ace ot tiiej rauiani aaoon
she felt a calm happy mood
stealing over ' her. Tier disappoint
ment was soon forgotten her chiiuisu trou-
bles were soothed to rest: nor was she at all
tri.lirl whn aha heard her name called in
a kind rausical voice at her elbow. She
turned her face at the sound and beheld the
form of a beautiful lady who had noiselessly
ntrnplrl tha rhair. a
"Come go with me my little frirl" the
lady laid and if yon wish w will see in
what meaner many person are spending
their Christmas to-nignt.'
V.tl! inatantlv flt a dnair to a-o: and
as the lovely lady spoke so kindly and in a
tanner so winning sne coma not reiune iu
go. She rose and placing nernme nana in
that ot the lady's the two passed unnoticed
fram the room and left th house. They
walked throngh one lighted street after an-
other and finally found themselves in the
subur.bs or the city upon a road leading out
Into the country. ' ' .
"I woald first have yoo aee how this
Cliristmas night is being spent in a comfort-
able farra-houna" said tlie lady
after they had walked awhile 111
silence. Even while he spoke
theoutllnesof a pleasant farm-home sur-
rouuded with broad Holds were distinctly
seen spreading out befora them. - "We will
not intrude ournelve upon the family
gronp" said the lady "but can take a ur-
vcy of Uie family sitting-room through the
window and can judge theVeby of the man-
ner in which they are spending the Christ-
mil" fche drew Eatolle up to a window
at li rok and looking through the j
twoaawapletnreofa ooy home comfort
within. A fir of hickory Leg. was burmne
briphUy in the wide fire-plaoe around
wbii b were arated thefamily ifroup father
mother.an aped grand-rant her and five
children. Thenf was a thick homespnn '
carpet upon the floor the parent and
rrand-parent were aeated in capacious arm-
chairs and near the grona was drawn a
Uble containing Cruitsand nnts and candies
of difierenl kind with which tbey ngalei
themsWvwiwhile lifrtrtiin; to an entertain-
ing Christmas tory from grand-moihar;
and over all beamed the light of the
br'chtly burnished lamps upon the mantel.
After the rrand-raother's story wa ended
the children cngapd -for a - while
in aa aniasing came ot hide-and-"ek aftr
which brv badf their Jarent good-night
and rftirrd to sleep.
F.stelle had bcoin very mnrh intcrwrTM
in tii artnewithin tha farm-hooae. and now
tnmH tbe lady and said in low tnf :
' Whet a plcaaant home and happy family
''"Ves" rep!'' lady "knt did yon
noi r.kao-ra f oat altiirmjh r.ifd with all
re.tfTil comfort of lile. thi family has
fniifd to return anr t prnon of tharkt 10.
(nd the arum-eat the r t.linrs? I.b
that too dailv rJ to i'l. my cha. and
!e-irfortb -n v.n knfl to t rv. I b
tU vo ir-ra f w wr 1 to vaf Heavenly
fa'lw in a-hif of ail ch:;drn who have
ti'it r-t ini'"i t pny tr tl.f m-e'vea."
t-.a t k ti' l.i' r rl bnd infiwtiiii
tnrnH in the i"f-.nri vhfme they had
1 "ni lhoH mmf ithf inf
nnillif" to-n.r'- l-avi'-g an an ;
9 1 an D
4 tie an a 1 i '''
t t1 1
if. I ll
I ' ' ' 1 1" I ' ' f I ' ' I'll I I
Ill 1 1'" I l' I'' 11' I'l H I 'K III 'I HI f
.! f...f..r-.f 1.. riM if
1 fi III
it fl.fl I f ''' f 0lt-H
I' M'f lif h'i '!' I" llrc l . fiMinil 1-f .f
lt lull III D diifK litni fiUnf levi n f
II a fti.o'f lit fiovofl i flie .aii'Ml .a
Ida 11 rf Imll'lliif aii'l flf Imlf flrnwlnf
r lella lo- fi'irlnliie4 window froni wiileli
l 1 anna 'of ! Wf rifokm Hi Iffii
offlfi lipfki fha Inlerlid). h Imiillr lit H
II I' t liffkert fi'Dllf. frifaif a dull lllffll
Mailt offirT Im riiftm Mviillri a In eof
afof wlilili th Wh'IkI form of Wornnn
n'iri'iiiif nir Roh 111 (iNMiiiiiiioti jiiy
wlilla iii'N'r by ntion a deniof ilhlir fait
luf hur (Ifimlieii liiisliinid wllli llircfi sleap-
Inirlillilreli whose nlnrlicl fealiir' lioie
vbliiiia of want mid siiU'rlnif. Katelle
slniilderail ami covfirlng bur faiWllli bar
Imiiil tttriied away from tlm gloom
situs. "You have tlmiieht your li'iin dull
ami dreary to-night" spoke tlm lady'
kind ceiitl tulles "but only consider ho
in nob liette yonr cundllloir than that nf
those poor cliildren there who hava only a
drunknn sot for a rather and wni wti oon
be motherless. I hope you will not foruut
to ask (Jod'i raercy upon these tnllering
children when you pray."
"I will never think my home glenmy
again" suid Kstello earnestly since I see
bow much 1 havo for which I iliould be
"And remainher my chfld." the lady
nrged "that each ot us nave crosses anu
disannointmenti to bear in this life. You
mutt leurn while young to be putient under
disappointments and prav to Und Unit lie
may give you graco and"" strength day by
day. us you crow older to bscome a Chris
tian and that 'you muy be the moans of
hrlngliig your inrcnts to thiiiK ot unties
higher and nobler than things of this world
alone." Estelle's heart bounded with a
new strange joy. at the. ludy's words; and
she sileatly rooived ta muko tho efl'ort to
.lollow the lauv sadvico.
uf hnvA aii'ililnrtefl' vonp Tiffin .hpftr)."
kI the lady" by presenting this
of "misery- 'witfiiu tliis . house
yj jruiir ion iiu Ku run. ajuiti
we will. -now . hasten . to. nioro'. genial
quarters." lleftiro Estelle could make a re-
ply she found lxcrsclf scandlng with her
guide in 'front of a large handsome resi-
dence resembling her own home. They
mounted the 'marble stops and standing be-
side a window looked in upon tho home
fiicturo. 'A soit; yiclUin carpet covered the
loor and crimson velvet sofas ottomans
and arm-chnirs stood at convenient inter
vals around the room ; and In tiie center nf
tbe room the crowning ornament of all
stood a beautiful Christmas tree laden with
tovs. and irlitterinc wiih wax tanerB. A
group of happy children stood around the
beautiful tree receiving their presents
from the . hands of father and mother and
tho smiling faces of the hoUHchold servants
wero seen in the background awaiting their
turn to receive each a present for tlio Christ-
mas. The distribution of the presents was
the closing scene rot tne evenmg;s guinea
and while Estelle and her guide looked on
the children at a word from their father.
quietly took' their seats." Their father
then opened a large family Uiblc
ana roan ' a .1 Chapter- alter 1 wnici
the children joined him in a
hymn of praise to God. then listened to
their father's earnest nravar of thanks to
the great Giver of all goad gifts. Each of
them received a good-night kiss ioiu - their
parents and retired to sleep their lit-
tle hearts throbbingwith love and happi-
nessf iiiStene Decanie very much engrossed
with the hoppv picture and was only re-
called t herself by the lady's voice. " Yoil
see this family have given all honor due to
Gods have .thanked Him for" their bles"-
sings. 1. -
"Oh! how happy those children seem! Oh!
I wish my home was like theirs!" Estelle
said in quivering tones. V" ; ..'.
The lovely lady drew her arm caressingly
around the drooping figure of the little girl
and whispered low words of comfort 1:1 her
listening ear which brought. the smiles
again to her face. - .'''- ' '
"We must move onward to your home
now" the ladv then said; ".for the night is
advancing." Ihey walked on and suddenly
paused before a large. brilliantlvJiirhted
edilice from which strains of exrpiisite mu-
sio came bursting lorth. juiteiie reniizen
that she was standing 011 un elevation !'
some kind which commanded a view of
(he interior of thebuildiiig.which her guide
informed hor was ao opera-noueA Estelle
looked eagertyaii and hur' eyes .wandered
over the brilliant asseiriblnge. iovertlie wav
ing plumes and thc'sparkjingpcmt and nt
last rested qpoh the face of her niotlnjr.whQ
ocnupicditt centpicuous place iin tlie;; i'ash
ionuble' tnroilg. Esielle loved her bcuntp
fill worldly mother with an intenso ab-
sorbing love and when she "saw her there
ber mind reverted to the scene of the Christ-
mas tree which she hud witnessed only a
few minutes before the scene in Which the
kind mother alinrcd in ill! -the. iovs of her
children; and the-little girl knew how well
hor own lovely mother could grace such n
scne and-how mueli brightness she could
add thereto. Her heart yearned toward hi r
mother now with a feeling inexpressible-
and stretcliing forth her little 'hands the
words escaped her lips '"Mother ob my
mother come to your nttie gin t " .
A train the lovely culde clasped her
arms around Estelle suyins tnjow musi-
cal tonesi "Be comforted my child for
henceforth I will always be near you. to
cheer you in your efforts to do right und
wilt shield you from all harm tor i know
vour heart is pure and muleless. I am
your guardian angel hut to-night have as-
sumed human form that I .might conduct
you in safety to behold some ot th scenes
transpiring to-night that you may gain in-
struction from them. Hut I must now
eave von. and 1 wish you to remember
that I will always be near you. ulthoueh
Invisible to you; and my parting counsel to
you is to try to tio your duty in an things
resist temptution to do.wrnng be obedient
to vour parents'' and ask your Heuvenly
Father to help you to du oil thing) to Ills
flhe bent low over her little eharco as she
spoke and Eatelle raising hrr eyes saw the
lady s iigure iransiormua 11110 mat 01 a
radiant angel but with the same lovely
face now illuminated with seraphic bright
ness. . The . guardian angel raised the
'.'.I'.la hiuu' in hur anus
and soon placed her within the doors of her
father's house. "Farewell now but only
for a little while" she whispered low; then
a rustling noise was heard and alio disap-
peared from view.
Estelle put forth her hands -hut grasped
only the empty air. At this moment she
was recalled to consciousness by the voice
f her governess. "Dear me Estelle are
you sitting tip yet? I thought you were in
bed lonr aire. I have been ao much inter
ested in this book that 1 forgot you were tn
Ills' room until I' heard you talking just
aow in your simp calling your mother and
heseina- her to oonie to you. What would
vour mother say were she to return from
he opera and und you sitting up yet: 1
"Oh! what a lovi-lv lady 1 saw in my
Ircaml I hone she will come acam" ex
claimed Estelle; and while she disrobed for
sleep the parting words of the guardian
anpel of the dream made music in her
only ror a little
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peer and that all the medical prolession will
sooner or later be forced to acknowledge it in
the treatment of Syphilis as a sine qua non.
r. U l ALLOW AY M. U.
' ' .'.' '''. J. T. Robinson M. D.
. Atlanta Ga May 22 1879.
One of our workmen had a bad ease of Syph
ilis of five yearB' standing and w-as cured en-
ureiy wnu bwm s Bypniiitic opceinc."
"M. n. cl 1. nr. nooer.R.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY
Proprietors; Atlanta ua.
Sold by all drnggista. Call for. a copy of
'Young Men's Friend." (No. 2.) .
Price bf large or regular sise reduced toil 75 t
per bottle and small size) holding half tbe
quantity price 81.
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rdkallj Mi-eil for IW wiifc Mfn.dit'- 4 t.fr fiwt t j
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Kiffianf ittta fr H rsw ' ' ' -'
7ttpt:a Sock Hr tw naaw inr .
4-.f7r. U. fludaW. f IZ U L
.LOST MANHOOD RESTORED.
A vkrtiai of yonthfel tmpnifleiica eanania franav
tnr Decay Kerroua Debility Ixxit Ianbooa aca. .
haDg UleJ In vaia tretf known reiasdy ta di-
coTrrr4ariniplaarlfetir.waiehbw'.U said FRRS
to Hi frUow-aufiercraLa(l.iroM J. It. KttVIA
.t Chatham nu. . V-
- Proarrlnttona Kr
fiwtbeirpe'idy eiire of anpermatoTrbna. aexnal'
aebllity and Impotener most druggists hsre the-
medk'lnes. W wlfh to stop this etirs of MtIH-
aalion. Address. St. Louis Curative Tn't'fiie .
dt. Charlea street between Bixth and ft venth
streets St. Lonia. Wo .
G HEAUMONT M:
OCULIST AND AURIST
Treats all disease of tha Eva. twrnten' for
Cataract t'lervgium. htraldiirnia 1 or t'n-F.y
Artilvial Pupil. Ireoii'i.inir. Timiorsor tlie f on-.
Innetlva. Trials all dl.aseof the F.ye result-
ti( froinoustitutlirtial alfectotil ..
Tha Cura of Granular Lid Ctifu-antMd. .
All Commnniearlon will receive pmrtpt at-
tcatioa by addn-saiim .
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-Rooms opposite uickoa A Hotiaa ifrnr
V '1 W anwaaaat werw rP t.f. ajsrl. t mu-m
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