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TIif OMrUI mil of lit) NMtlnnnl llrni.
Tin JUtloiul ntuoTfttlu Ctnimiltlor, to
Wbotn l tlclf gateilUie power of living tlie
tltuo and lUceorU(l.llntli Nullmml Dp.ii
nrratli oonvotitlon ol 1S7C, have nipitlutei
minuay, uic livaniy-tovcillli ilay or .Ttllit
next, noiin, a. llic time, nml n-lcctoil SI
Lout a the plaoo of lioMlnj- Midi rnmvi.-
Kadi htato will lie entitled to rcireon-
tatloii cctinl to double I'jd lumber ol Hi
KvnatoM aim rcnrrfcntsiivr In tlu- coir
Krc. of the, I'lilted statu j mitt tlio terri
tory of Colorado, w)mc nilinli'lon In .Inly
.is n 8tatc will clvc It a otc In tlie next
electoral college, lialsolnvltcil to lend del
cgates to the convention.
Democratic, Conservative and other cltl
zfiis ol tlio United State?, Irrespective of
ji.it political u?octatIon, ileMrlir,' tn co
operate with the Democratic pmty In lt
present cllorti and object", nro cordially In
vited to Join In fondln.; delegate to the
national couvcntlun. tio-ojicrntlmi U do.
rcd from all (icr.-oni who would ulintiga
an :i'lniltilliion tliut lia Mllleroil t lie
public rcdlt to bouoniu and remain Infei lor
to other and hi (.ivorotl iintion. ; lm per
mitted commerce to he I ulcn away by Tor
clgc powers ; h:n etltlcd trudo by unJiiM,
unequal and pornlclom U-jtl.t.itl.m ; hai
lmpocl unuiiiiil taxation and rrmlriH it
most l)tirn!iitiio ; lri ilunnl (.'rimini;
proipcrlty Into wldc-prrnd Miiloritii; anil
want; hai wjuamlcrod the puWIs inuiiujv
recklcMlyand ilcllautly, and ehainilr"'lv
uctl the power that .IiotiM have bcui vlll
to punlh crime, lu protect it.
r'ortlieio and other rr;isoin ittv nutioiial
Democratic party deem tho iuMI. dani'i
imminent, and earnestly dcsitom of urur-
'S 10 our country tho blo-ln;;, of an
vruiiuuurni, puro anil tree ;,". eminent,
cordially Invite the to-operatlon of thoir
rellow-citlcm In tho cllott tj attain thl
Thomas A. Walker, Alabama.
f rank McUaupIn, Callfonil.i.
W illiam II. llarnum, Connei llciit.
diaries llea'tcn. Delaware.
Charlei V. Dyke) l lorlda.
A. It. I,awtou, Ucorh'iu.
M. M. Ham, Iowa.
Isaac K. Eaton. Knu.-.v.
Henry p. .Mcllcnry, KeutueliV.
Henry D. Oi'dcu. Louhlna.
I.. D. .M. Sweat. Maine.
A. Leo Knott, Maryland
W Ijlam A. Moore. Mlibljrim.
llllam Loclircn, Mlnncnota.
' U. Sharpe, 31l.iliipl.
Jno. J. I'rte!, Ml-ouri.
Geo. L. ."Miller, JVclira'kn.
Tho. If. William, Nevada.
M. V. II. IMgcrly, .New ilanip-hlrc
Theo. f. Jlandoljiu. New Jcrev.
M. W. Kansoni, N'ortti Carolina;
.lolmC. Thompson, Obio.
.1 ame U. ICellcy, Oregon,
.lames 1'. llarr. I'eitnsi Ivanl.i.
Nifbolai Vanslyck, llliode Mamf.
Tho. Y. Simons South Carolina.
W llliam II. Hate, Tennev.
K. S. Stockdale. Texi..
H. U.Smalley, Vermont,
.lohu Ooode.Jr., Virginia,
.lolin lilalrlloKe. Weil Virginia,
(leoitre 11. Paul, Wisconsin.
hou M. Patterson. Colorado.
Al'MTSTl'S SCHKM.,,ew Vork,
r CKDHICK O. I'lltNC, .Ma.ehUclts
fiftietary National Democratic Com.
Washisotox. February 'li. 1S7U.
The Ohio legi-latiiru ia .idjoiirnoil lo
nicel next .lanmry.
Nt.w Mrxico will come Into the I'nloii
under the inline of Aloiiteiiinu.
'I'm. Charleston. Miomi, Cuurirr
wanUtovotc for lleudriel.-s for prei
dent and Tom Scott for vlce-pro-idcnt.
Thb Perry county Uopuhllcan conven
tion has instiuetcd its delegate to vote
for licvcride lu the State convention.
Ili.xnv llr.NTiii!, snppoKd to bo the
slayer ol (ien. P.tckcnhaui, conunander
oflh! lirltlMi lorco? at tho battle of Now
Orlein? In dltil at Carbonilale on
1:1,1 Sunday. Hunter was ninety-seven
yeiiNofage. ills funeral was attended
by a lare concourse of people.
A I'ltorosmox has been made to eele.
hrato the Centennial Fourth of duly by
pardonlufr the prisoners ull over the
country, and the lloston Pout thinks that
tthile we aro about It we might as well
level the inal Institutions to the "round,
make a bonfire or the statute books, bc
'liead the lawyer and liang the Judges to
'the lamp-pou. Kurah for yelghtecn
seventy Mx !"
Mu.M,the chici crackMiian" ol thu
"are burglary conspiracy, who tecentlv
told his story to a newspaper rcpoiliT,
ays he had k-eu oflercd. since the matter
hai betimniler luvctlgatioii. forty tliou
wuiu dollars for l,W Hory, but tl.at'l.e had
refu-Hl It; Mys 1U ,.MM,as U()
fromt ,?publc-lR.i,k.0,nl for rulutM,n
.ve.ui In the pcnlleullaiy, ami now uU,.
i "to unload."
1 in. war U'gim mi Kxpeakcr lihilnc,
wholly a Itcpubllcitn all.dr, sUuted In
- interest of M, ton and 1. ivlng for its,
"I'Jwt th0 miiu.jj 01 M(. lu.i,u
fre li,.; mi.lhli, , ,;ln,lmiil CWm
tcntiou. ltlsphilu enough that the pub
Jst at this tlm,, Uu pieeo ofpolilieid
s tratagen, for wUkt, M,-. .Morton ami
Mi friends will get the.tuu cr(Mm.
"II-i-UAiMNn obcrly m Mttl , ,
lln.i.inix'Mstho i,u,o np.llcd ,1V '
hlirlll''flehl UrnUI,, 1.. II... .....1.... ' .,
" u "UMiui eniKjf
"..m paper, .i list at pre-eiil the luu
"-r.,crnusa mliiioiner. 'J'ho wuior
u engaged hi a directly nppo,lt0 business
I' adMothelniicrmoaa , u LZu
Hie frenzy rolling, urowMr" ' "
standing straight upon his head"
Wining on the beauties 0f the trip";
UUUIIII" Illf...l .1. ...
K'E- "'jWd lu aulmel
,. o'... ,,r,0"e,,'" "'filing
'I UK MTHAMIIOAT llll.l..
Tin- "iiliMmlinat bill" iiawl the ou-e
on TueMhy ht ,v n nrj,,. majority.
I he Mil wan Inlroiliieed by the lion.
Milton Saylrr of Hid nnelmmll, Ohio,
illslrlel. 'I'lin llal.lllh elniiM- "provides
Unit lor il.iliiac iitnlueil by n iaonjr
In liN ImKiip' "t.'-l ll.ihlllly ol slicli
owih'i or owners shall In no rni' excrnl
the niiiouut or viiliic of liN or Ihclr Inter
et In such ve'l mid ireljht then iienil
Inp, nml any permn fUMiilnlne; lo or
Injnry through (ho iitrole.tiiws, nc
t'eneii or wilful inl.iroiiilitot ol any master,
male, cnliieiT or pilot, oi III? npgloct nr
refiKil to obey law governing navla
linn, ucli ftramer may sue snuli ina.slT,
mate, ensltifrr orpllot, nml recover ilnm-
age lor nnj' .uch Inlnry eaueJ by any
such master, mate, engineer or pilot, nml
such olllcer may nl?o lie Imprisoned not
e.ceellng three year..
The claii'ulii regard to transportlou ol
cotton merely provides that it shall be
In L'ood nierchaiitable eouditloii.
Throughout the hill ntolctlc are L'cncr-
ally aholMied; till patent rlht contri
vances are left out. nml owners arc free
to tnc tlicm at their own dlfdretlon ; any
IHfrsavliiK npparalu? may ho Introduced
by tho Hoard of Inspector- utter recelv
in' six months tcftliiK tmon three ves
sel nml upon approval by the seeretnrv
ofthctieanry ; ccrllllcate of Inspection
l. made jinmn fu-ie evlden -e lu court of
fiict'j which It .et,, loi th ; engineers nml
pilot nro reco''nI.cik;i oillccrs. nml only
elllen i of thu I'nlteil talc can be li-
ccii'e.1 ; nil boiler Iron nml Mcel imul be
etmnjied h. the m inulacluivr: all lorcl-ii
vi'els, cci'pt Kovcrument ve-'cN, tire
i-ubjeel lo the navigation I.tw ol the
I nlleil .latv ; oil nml pliit oficrnen
tine mid all vai nishcs may be cankil ii
;rood metiillieca-cor lu baricM ccurely
hound Willi iron : friction nintc his mav
)C carried when eeurely packed InMroiiir,
nni eiie.s or Iioncs and placed in ve-
sel nt a ecuie ilMamu iroiu nnv lira or
heat; petroleum nm-t be in hermetically
waled metallic cae, .-ecurely packed lu
boxe orcii-ks; or In iron-bound barrel- at
-iii.il u.uij.ui.miiu ju ii mil 1101 Il'iiIIo
lower than I.VJ desire! I'iihreiihelt : If lu
iruu-boiiml barieU not lower than 110 lc
gtti ; II in herinellciilly .-cided metidlie
case it may be earrieil lu such parts ut
passenger .-learner a the local Inpcetor
hhall de-ivuatc lu writing.
T1) I)I.V.I.. AVIIKV A.l M.IIJI iui:
In the riiilid Stale elreull court at
St. I.oul, on 'l'hurday, .ludge Treat
sentenced .McDonald to three year. Inr
pii-onmciit and live thcusuid dolhirs
line. Avery was .-entenccd to two years
in me iteiiiiemiary anil n lino ol one
thoutand doll.tr. The prisoner arc to
serve out their terms in the .Missouri pen
rule.'" In force ut that In-tltuton, convicts
w ho cheerfully observe all the rules ot '
the prlou are entitled, as a regard lor
their good behavior, to their llbertv af.
er sen logout three-fourths of tlieir time.
nder this rule. If McDonald 1? ""rood.''
he will .'.ill i nine months out of tint
thlrtv-six, and the live, months ho lias nl
ready spent In prison will nUo be eounted
in his lavor. The same iirlneiple applied
to Avery makes Ids term just a year ami
:i hall. As to the Hoc--, It W lioidly
likely that the government will recover
inucli from them. Hy taking advantage
of an oath of Insolvency and sonic for
mal proceedings n Tnlled State prisoner
cannot lie confined longer than thirty
days lor n Hue.
lu the cae of .Mugiiiri! a stay of execu
tion was granted till next Monday, the
petition for pardon having been sent on
to Washington. The petition was signed
by Iwtween two ami three thousand
eitlens, the names including nearly all
the city, county and State oflleers of Im
portance, and some Tnlled States olll
clals. On the subject of executive clem
ency, the Timta of yestcrdav said :
"Very po-ltive information was received
'privately yesterday alter the proceed
'ings lu court, direct trom the Incentive
Mansion, to the ell'eet that the presl
'dent would most positively decline to
CIVIL NKIIVICi: I.N (!.tl.l('OIIMA,
The report ot Mr. D. L. Phillips of
Springlleld, detailed as special revenue
agent in regiird to whiskey and custom
Irauds in California, will, It Is said aston
ish thu country. Mr. Phillip was sent
out by thu treasury department nml his
lu-truetloiis front .Solicitor Wilson
were to he "thorough, Impartial and pay
no attention to th: Interests of any fac
tion, ellfpio or combination, hut Imvu re
gai d solely to thu best Intere-tH of the
government anil of thu public service.''
Mr. l'hllllp'n report has been called
for hy tliu llou-n and will shortly bo
niiidu public, llo regards the entire civil
service of the Slate us corrupt. Tho sen
ators mid icpre-scntatlves havo nbnilutu
control of the ollices mid tho-e who
hold them arc only loyal to con.
ic.iaiiieii. 1 1 euro thu civil service Is
duba-cd, venal and inin K- in.ir.nni. "it
iMcgimleil iiowus mi litva-lou of scna
'toilal rights lu Caliloinia for nny one to
'suggest the .;eicw. by the executive
'head ot tho nation of his iust eoiistilu-
MIoual powers hi either appointments or
icmovai,. ill Ciililornl.i la-payeis mid
'pilvatccill.eusaie dmiib. Thcio the
"legal hand ol teliatots ami meiilher.-'Ix-ars
sway. Distillers, whole-ale liipior
'"lealera and levcnue olllel.il., do sis thut
please, being pioleeted hi tills imperial
.Mr. Phillip,' Investigation goes bad; to
Ihoycur 'iM.it nml T,s-!i, and the frauds
U-coveieil amount to a million and a half
Tin: incethig composed of forty thou
""'lolthebeHeltlens of Chicago did
not ki i... i .. . .
wax ,1,1 , ''' ' l,U ,,,t'" W,HI" "
us designed to frighten out ot the of-
Sh HWcUU,Cy W;r elected,
Si ttt I'lutlon, and make no
mote to get down and out, nor , ,,lve
the city as It was expected they would do.
I he good citizens arc ,,t a staml-stlll and
mve no answer to the uH,mt , V0I K0.
lug to do about it"of the ballot-box
Antonlu DeCoMn, nnltnltnii who has
llml In New York lor some ycurs, makes
nflldavlt Hint he met Tweed Home inonths
ntfo on n steamboat iroiu Genoa to f.eg
liorn and that the ex-ennvlet Is traveling
ns an 'American baron." Do Cota at
tlrins tliat he recognized Tweed, who
was a little disconcerted at the recognition
and winked at De t'ota, who tlien went
nilde with Mr. Tweed who aked how It
wa that he recognized him. IV I'osla
say In- recalled to Mr. Tweed's mind
several supper parties at which he, De
rota, hail served, and Mr. Tweed then
remembered lilm. Tweed told him that
he hail obtained n full pardon mid was
taking mi Italian tour tor the benefit ol
his health. Do rota expressed much
Joy at the good fortune of Mr. Tweed.
Mr. Tweed gave him a napoleon
and told him to make merry.
At the time, he believed Tweed's story,
for when ho walastin New Voik tin
opinion was abroad Hint Tweed would
soon be liberated through the Instrumen
tality ol the court. On arriving at Leg
horn, Mr. Tweed bade him goodhy, and
told him he would be happy to sec lilm at
the Hotel Dottarl, where ho was stopping.
Next morning he called at the Hotel Dot
tarl. but no one named Tweed was there
reglttcred. The clerk, however. Informed
lilm that an American baron, answering
the description of Tweed, was slopping
at the Hotel J.tn Marco In Via llorra. He
went to the San Marco and found that no
"Tweed" wis regl'lered. but that an
American b.iron had left that morning
D.iCo-t.i llrt gate hi story to the New
York lfernl-1 and thru swore lo it before
a.lu-tice ol the peace.
A -pcclal Washington dispatch to the
M. I.ouli UfmlUciiH of yeterday hj
lh.it it prominent Liberal Kcpttblic.au
member of the House, says lie has bixii
lufuimcd that a circular will soon be
-fgnid by a number of Liberal Itcpublie.
mis and other representatives In thu Inde
pendent movement inviting leading Inde
pendents ol the country ton conference.
to be held in either Xuw York or Phila
delphia the la-t of May, to consider what
course Independent voters shall pursue
in tho approaching presidential election.
Among the names signed lo the circular
will be Cat! Sehur. and Kx-Onv. linlloek
I'm; W;i-liiiigtoii corrcspoitdcut of the
Cincinnati Commercial says it is now ml
nutted by White llou-u Intimate- that
the president did order the dlsoontlnu-
nice of the suits against Hie
wife burglary conspirator.?. Thcv
say that he did not write an
order to that ell'eet, but gave Ids views
to Unbcock, who then called upon the
attorney-general and Informed him that
the president thought it would be "un
necessary to carry this thing any fur
ther." Tills Is mi Important admission,
a it has been heretofore denied that
CJrant Interfered In any way.
A sii'Kcui. dispatch from Springlleld,
dated Vltli. lust., says Assistant
I'. S. Attorney Hoe left the city that
night for Washington to testify before the
ongrcMloiinl Committee for a purpose
which he dlit not clearly understand
There was a story on the street, which
appeared to be set iillo.it by the Irlend
ol tlie whisky ring, Hint lie was expected
to make sniuu disclosures as to lite con
duct ot the olllcer while llluforil Wilson
was I. S. attorney at Springfield.
Tin: senate of the I'ltlvei-lty of Prague.
Austria, has passed a resolution prohib
iting the attendant 1 women at the
A POOR STICK.
Tlit- Natl Nlory of Urn-- OeciiH ooil and
Wa-blngton Cor. or tlie Hartford Tiiiioi.
There lias been n lrood deal of talk hero
for a lew days past about the dismissal of
i.eamier i.ippineoit irom tlie patent of
fice. If all that Is said about Mr. Llppln
cott Is true, ho never deserved the olllce,
although ho has held It more than eight
years, lie Is tho husband of the brilliant
woman, Gra:e Greenwood. Tho Hues
mid rurrows In her noble facu were plant
ed there years ago by n faith
less, careless husband. Tito story
runs thus: That many yean ago
there was a cultivated gentleman named
llalley, who lived in this city, and edited
:i paper. Many of the famous writers ol
thu present day lint gave uvldence of
genius in tins gentleman s uousc. .Not
only tiraeo Greenwood, but Abigail
Dodge (Gall Hamilton), were protoges
ol Mr. IJalley. Leanuer Llppincott, a
hiuul-ouie young Pliiladelphiiin, also vis
ited .Mr. Halley's family. Tho modern
Leamler having no Hellespont to swim,
occupied his leisure in winning hearts,
ami among oiherA that of MUs Sarah
'lark, w ho had even then become known
as Grace Greenwood, hy the bril
liant iirlieliis with that laiuous signature.
Lcunilrr, however, asked another to tc
coiiii; his wile, mid when rejected by thu
fair one. out ofphpiu oll'eieil his litiuil to
Ml-s, ( lark. I i lends were oppo-cd to
her mat rylng Mr. Llppincott. who wasn
young man tiom whom nothing was ex
pected. Thu wlllul Grace, howuver, lov
ed him, nml they weru inairied. Her
dream ol happiness was soon over, and
her filemi, with indignation beheld
the spectacle ol her linsb.iml using
all her earning., for Ids own sol
lish pleasiiie. Loving, patient, Grace
woikcd lor both until pi out nin.r proof of
his lulidelllies weiu forced upon ber.
.Situ eutcied the lecture Held and llunlly
settleil down lu Washington as thu cor
respondent ol the New Voik Timet. Mr.
Llppincott followed her to this city, and
hliu obtained n clerkship lor lilm in her
brother's (Mr. ( lark) olllce. Mr. Clark Is
one of the examiner.-, lu the patent olllce.
No oiio suppo-cs that Mr. Llppincott
made any better clerk than he did hus
band, or anything else. .Since
his residencu in this eltv, his wife
has traveled through the West and
California. She Is now lu h'urope, whero
she lias been lor u year or more. She has
with her her beautiful mid gifted daugh
ter, who inherits from her mother great
power, ami, lu addition, u wonderful
voice. With two such iiuullllcatlons,
many think that Mrs. Llppincott is taking
udvautnge of her travels abroad to obtain
tho best Instructions for her daughter.
She' may yet lw a great prlma-donna.
Mrs. Llppincott never uticceeded as a lec
turer, owing lo want of voice, but rhe Is
a brilliant talker and a writer ol great
THE SAFE BURGLARY.
mt fttifpfct nr I'orl In ike (Jrniul
Hlttcl.il to I lie L lilrug" 'I I inn )
IV idllfvn..... A.tll 1?.'l'lin
I II la nl'nvl.lu.. l..nllmllnffMnulUI.n.
herd In the safe-burglary conspiracy wnn
brought out to-dav More the committee
lu tint examlnntloH ot Madge, speolal
agent of the treasury. HI evidence, al-
inoiign apparently tnv.ii on its race, mar
tafllt tn tmi.ni.lnl .tlcntnjllroa Itmtili.nll..?.
. . "'I "" l'l -" . lll'4tl IIIJ(
StllHldintNl ...I.. e. Mr lina lk.ll1 en nr-
i eecuiiijjiy surewii a1 10 keep ins name
Al.llh.1- .1 - J . ....1.1. I.
I'liiui-ij uirnr. so iar "-' " u n con
conieil. Madge testified that within a
il.it' hMa. .t... nf Mm 1.
..., Hliu J IV llllli .1". iflllJ(IUI,
Sliepherd, llarringlon, and himself wre
iuikiiik over a pianoi oi"eruuoiis 111 senrcu
for the eonsplnilors. Then it was not sus-pi-eted
that Harrington was in the plot.
Shepherd In that conversation was very
.... .... i.i-., ..I ... i . .... tt.u, . r.
t-.ii nvsi. in ins uesirr unw ii.irriiigion
CI1tlrllltfm.1 ll. .pL' Af llAln.ll11. m.wl
.-i.,'.....ivilM Ittr .iV.n ..viiv.K.II, 11,11,
esjioclally told Madge to confer with liar-
ioiuii 111 nil ins nuni-uicnis.
MU.KS niri uMTiis "lun."
Nkw Voiik. April 1'J. An interview
with George K. lVhlto, alias Miles, the
Itarre, Vt., bank robber, who is now in
tho Vermont Slate prison, Is published.
Miles appears to have been verv com
municative. He -aid lie was Instructed by
Whitley to call on Nellleshlp for a Job,
.111,1 Will Int'.n I... V. lll...l.ll I., lVn.t.l..
...... ....o ...n.i, i.Mi.ii.ip ... I. Mailing
fntl. ulir.lst hn i.mj Ili-jl tnr.il.fn.Ml ll.nt
.. i.i- ,i.t,....u....vu ...ii, c. ill
jou was cracKinga saie in uie uistrict nt-
louiei s oincc. lie siiiiviv uuargaill, Ullll
Miles employed Ileitton to assist him.
He wa-Introduced to Ilarriugtoii liy Nct
tleslilp, and had an interview with Mr.
Harrington at I fit' ..liter's, home, at which
(ien. H.ilH-oek w.i- present. The hitter
assured Miles that Harrington's promises
should lc carried out. .Miles spoke of a
prominent otllel.il who knew what was
going on. and who gave additional asur-
rt.lrt... 2..1II, 111' IllH ll... I.. 1 .!!.
i.HtH?w,-u..i . iiiu uiiixiuis. j lie
j name of thl olllci.il was given to there-
tiArfnp In ..mitlileiirxi Iml ....t ..:..... I
a........ ... v v..bv, .! iiui ri nil. ii.
Miles al-o hints al a knowledge of other
tinrtics i-onnectcd with I lie plan, whose
identity he accidentally discovered.
I lo llic WrtUrn Anoclatnl 1'um.J
Ho-io.v, April 12. The Jutmml to-day
has a speci.il detailing thu confession of
Miles, the Itarre bank robber, who says
that lie was engaged In the safe burglary
affair tit Washington Ho was hired, lie
says, hy riarrington mid Hancock, and
Kvans know all about It. Alter detailing
arrangements lor the robbery. Miles
says: "Harrington and Hancock both
heard me through, and Harrington as
sured me that everything was straight
and lie would sec me protected to the
end, whereu,oii Gen. Hancock spoke up
i f if I .'isllfnr1 fli.it irlifiti.t'ii. n .
, '7- I'luiin-v-s eiu
made me liv liorrliKrliin wm,l,i u, ,.iti..
adhered to." Alter the fob had been
done. Miles, says he talked wltli Habcoek
on the. matter, while on thu train, and
don't think Grant knew that Hancock
was iiaiigniy in tins ease. He promises
to unman iiirincr.
iiaiicock ikmi;h ir.
WAsiiiMiro.v. April 12. Gen. Habcoek
pronounces false the story of Miles, the
convict In the Windsor. Vt., prison, pub
lished to-day, hi which he declares that
tne trcnerai was acquainted with all the
details of tho safe burglary.
The I.nic MlMliiff Boy Nnppuwrd lo
Unit'-Merit IMnrovrroit in l lit- lu.
Krom the Iienlon New, April 11.
Last Friday two detectives arrived at
hutala, hi tlie Indian Territorv, and had
a woman, who goes by the name of
Heed, arrested, who had lu her posses
sion a boy four or live years of age, whom
they believed to be the long lot Charley
Koss. They had been on the trad ol this
WOtllnll Iinil rllllfl fnt l'rw.La A tl.u..
...... .... ...... .... ...nn. . . . 1 1 1 lu
weeks ago tliey heard of Iter in the lower
part or this state, but InToro tliey eoulJ
secure her arrest she left. They got on
tin iiiiiiuiiii iinioivcii tier inree iiuiiureu
and fifty miles through West Texas,
Mr. Koss was at once telegraphed to,
and Saturday and Sunday the Western
rnioii Telegraph was In direct communi
cation with Philadelphia a good portion
ot the time and dispatches passed to ami
Iro between .McAllister and Mr. Itoss
concerning tho boy. Mr. Koss says
the description mnwers perfectly
tliatot his lost child wllli only one slight
discrepancy, tlie color of the eves.
Charley's eyes were grav, and the 'boy
nowat McAllister ha eyes a gray-brown,
bordering on blue. Mr. Koss rcojiestcd
that a photograph be taken of tlie boy,
which was done .Monday and forwnrded
Tills woman, who goes by the name or
Mrs. Heed and several aliases, says site
Is from Louisiana, hut Is reticent regard
ing the chtlil. She kept n home of bad
repute at one time, so It Is reported, at
Hed Hlver Station, In Montague county.
Site Is reported as having $.1,000 depos
ited In a bank at Shreveport. La.
A.'!',(.l,,0,' ln, M,e ulesTrnpli olllce at
McAllister. Monday, and closelv nuos
tloned. He says he was taken from
home by two men in a btiggv. who said
they would carry him to s'chool, that
they give lilm candy, tint his hat fell off
and was lost. He could not give the
names of his playmates, and his recollec
tion of his homo and memory of tho cir
cumstances nl his abduction arc very In
distinct. Mr. Koss tclgraplis that If tho boy is
Indeed found there is S..000 ready for the
men who recovered him.
The two men nro tonlldciit that tliey
have the verltuble Charley and tho cir
cumstances certainly conilrm their opin
Tlie liilrr-OrpHti llleoTrr. it niiiir.
Ciiicaco, April lil.-A Washington
special to thu Intcr-Octan, referrlii" to
thu Indianapolis .V"iii utorv about
Ilia tie, says that one ot his Irlenils stated
to-day that tills story of tho bonds was
arranged wimu time ago nt Cincinnati, at
a .meeting of llrl,tow'i friends, at which
.loo. Medlll, , ol the Chicago Tribune,
Kicliard Sin th, ol thu Cincinnati Gazette,
Mnr.it Uu stead o the Oummerriat, and
General Hpynton. Washington corrcs
pondent ol Jim Cincinnati Gazette, and
others were Ipre-ent. The supposed
lacts were there put into u hh.iiio to in
vite credulity, and It was rcwjlvcd to
have tho story appear simultaneously In
various nuivspaiKT o t10 country about
he Ural ol June, so that Kluiim would
hate no time counteract the lorco ol
lliu atlaek. Iho Indianapolis Sentinel
man was somehow let into thu secret,
and, being unable to contain it, exploded
prematurely Hmi p.et n.u whole tiling.
Hon. Jo-cph Medlll, upon being Inter
viewed by (tho agent of tho associated
press to-ilay, says tluit it Is true that
some weeks ago ho was at Cincinnati and
tthile there saw the gentleman named,
but In all other respects tho dispatch to
tho Inter-Occan Is untrue. Tho gentle
men III, I lint- nrr ...... i..l .......
...... ..... ..... ....Miiii a, iv tiunu niwrj
about Mr. Hlalno or anybody eiso; they
fllll ,IAf llllf .if... V. l!..
......... ,,v Mijmoseu lacis inio a
Miapo to Invito credulity ; thoy positively
did not resolve to have the story appear
Iliniiltniieousl v In vni..n ,...,.....
I . . . . . hiiiuiio liirl'.ii-in,
and did not let tho Sentinel Into tho se.
T, in inori, jir. Medlll says that, in
1 "1RSJ,il P''filars, the r,tt(r-0em,'a
,; ,,,,, ,n i uiiiuuii.'ii hit
nno i horgontlemau W,0 necompmiliil Mr.
...i.illl uu mi lll,
THIRD HASS MATTER.
PnaMMro by llM
The bill, llxlng tlie postage on third
class matter, passed by Iho penato Wed
nesday Is nil follows :
Be ifinaelfJ, tte.. That mall matter
ol the thlrd-clrts sbsll embrace all
pamphlets, occasional imbllcallons,
regular publications devoted prl
marlally to advertising purpixes,
or for tree circulation, or lor circulation
at nominal subscription rates, prices cur
rent, catalogue!, annuals, handbills, pos
ters, unsealed circulars, prospectuses,
books, bound and unbound, book
manuscripts, proof sheets, maps,
prints, engraving. blanki, flex
ible patterns, samples of merchandise,
sample cards, photographic paper, letter
envelopes, postal envelopes and wrap
pers, cards, plain and ornamental, paper,
photographic representations, seeds, cut
tings, roots, bulbs, scions, and all other
matter which may bo declared mailable
by law as third-class matter, and all
other articles not abovo tho weight pre
scribed by law, which aro not Irom their
form or nature liable to destroy, deface
or otherwlso Injure tho contents or the
mall bags or the person ol nnv one en
gaged In the postal service. All liquids,
poisons, gloss, explosive material and ob
scene books or papers, shall be excluded
trom the malls.
Six. '2. That packages of matter ot the
third clois shall not exceed lour pounds
in weight, and shall be subject to exami
nation unit rates or postage as hereinaf
ter provided. Tho postage ou mall mat
ter ol the third class shall tie at the fol
lowing rates: For alt distances, one
cent for cneli once or fractional pnrt there
of. Kvcry package of the third class of
mall matter shall bear the postmark of
theolllco at which the same shall be
mailed for transportation.
Si.c. :i. That postage on third-class
matter shall be prepaid bv stamps. If,
however, the postage on third-class mat
ter mailed at an olllce shall be less than
thu full amount above prescribed, in
eases where the sender Is known, such
sender shall be untitled of the fact and
the amount of postage due shall be col
lected from Mich sender before the same
shall lie transmitted by mall. In case tho
sender Is not known, and where it has
not been the evident intention of the
party so depositing the package to place
less than tlie lull postage thereon, such
lmckiiL'o shall be forwarded, and double
the amount of dellclcnt nostace shall iw
collected from thu party to whom it is
addressed or delivered at Its proper des
tination. Skc. I. That the sender of nnv nrllele
of that class of mall matter may write his
or her name and address thereon, or on
tlie outside thereon, or on the outside
thereof, with tho word "Irom" above, or
precccdliig the same, or may write briefly
or print on any package tlie numbers and
names ot the articles liicluscd. Publish
ers of newspaper and Periodicals mav
print on tlie wrappers of newpapers or
magazines, sent trom the ofllce of publi
cation to regular subscribers, the time to
which such subscription therefor lias
Skc. 0. That transient newsnanrin ami
magazines shall be admitted to and trans
mitted in the mails at the rate or one cent
Tor every three ounces or Iraetlonal part
thereof, and one cent for each two addi
tional ounces or fractional pnrt thereof.
Sec. li. That this act shall take oflect
on and after the first day of July, 1W0.
NpcrlnllllfHi la Sfrdlrlnea.
(From the Toledo Blade.)
We publish on our eighth page a
lengthy article describing the system of
the noted specialist, Dr. K. V. Pierce, or
HuHalo, N. V., In which he sets forth
with considerable force and elearness his
reasons lor devoting his whole time and
attention ton single department of meill-
1.-IIH; i in: m-uiuieiii oi lingering eurome
uiseases. l ne same article also takes up
the subjects of diagnosis, methods of con
sultation and treatment, etc.. and will
till fflllflfl tn raitifal.i win.... .!..
able hints to the invalid. Dr. Pierce is the
niuiior oi a wort which lie has already at
tained a large circulation "The Peo
ple's Common .Sense Medical Adviser"
containing some nine hundred numerously-illustrated
pages, and devoted to
medicine In all its branches, a work well
calculated lor tho guidance and Instruc
tion of the people nt large, and which
may be had for $1.60 (post-paid) by ad
dressing the author. Dr. Pierce has non
been before the general public long
enough to enable the formation of a care
fill estimate of the efficiency ol his treat
ment and Ids medicines, and tlie verdict,
we are glad to know, has been unlverall v
favorable to both. (29)--ia-iUw-l w.
Notlwlslierrbyiclveiru tlie Stockholders ol'
III. ,'. ml1 , l . . . ........... .1
will l held nt my office, corner of KJchlrcntfi
. wuu ""muo venue in iius cuy, on
Monday, May lit, next, for the election of. even
director to serve tlie eiinilnir vmr, and lor urn
end business. T1IOS. W, IIALI.IIlAY,
Cairo, Ilia., April 12, 1870.
ALL irnonl taxes, remaining unpaid, are
under the law, now delinquent. To give
ouch tax payers, liowever.ai desire It, an op
portunity to pay eald taxes wilhotitcont, the col
lector will receive the same atldi olllce until the
inr,ici hibi. Auer mat iimeuifireini will lie
made upon the property oftlie delinquent!.
ALK.X. II. lltVIK,
, Lounty collector.
Cairo, 111111011. April 10, ls7S. 1-ll-dAw-ld.
All Kinds of
Job Prln llnir at llollont Prices
At the IliLi.KTis Ofllce.
Sflft WfirP 1 0 .5" wt ""oka,
tow...' V"111"' -'"""i ''hoto
Kraiihs? tvtiv then do you watte money on
fwfndlers. fnotutd send to the old reliable
tuiujoor Hunter ft Co. Kttubl lulled In ISM).
Me supply hII books, all goods ami at lowenl
rates. Mnitrorsomcorthi.ee. Trunk full of
Kun. I6c) How lo wilt a Ntreetbcart, :Wc :
llolden Wheel fortune Teller, 0c t Hook of
mb letters, rv, i lloxlnt? Sfadc Kay, 15c i
MorgRii'sMunoury KxpoBcl, isuiiii. Illiutrateil,
6oo How to write rdiort band, toe i How to
amuse un eveniOR Parly, .mo ( HancliiR raafle
Lasy, llow Gatnlilers win, UUci Ixiau tear
Carls. Courteliip Cumin, KurluncTelilnR Carda,
love Making Cunlt, I kinds cacli in cane only
3: I Complete Pocket Hoyle, UMs Cheater
Held ' Letter Writer, 4"ci Monitor or rree
masonry, 7Sc llow to win and how to woo,
aou The Laws of Iirc, :ic lJulica' (iulile to
, vuv, M., n., au, iinueiuoer any or
all oflhe above will be bent to you prepaid on
receipt of price. We import and hunt up for
; sn and scarce books, li e make II a elndy.
We want your patronage. Kernl for our circu
lars. II w ill pay you tn deal -th ua Do not
rik money with awindlrrs but send at once to
the '' old Hllab.es," Hunter A Co., Hinsdale,
f. '. u,ii "', uruoiuiieiii bireei,
lloiton, laltrnilyesUbllBbed.Rndror yearahas
old really valuaiile goods worth II Ml to $3 OJ
at a llxed price or only one Dollar. We are en
dorsed and ricouiniended by the beat patiera
and the leading merchants. Our sale is an hon
orable bmlneas enterprise, we do sell goods at
less than oilier dealers. lu these times It pays
to aave money. We sell jewelry, sllfer and
plated ware, glassware, cutlery, dry and fancy
goods, groceries, teas, coffees, apices, and In fact
everything. Including S.owl elegant books.
wn cn reiau at one Uollar and nrty rents to lour
?.0'J"i and al l for Just ons dollar. 'Jlnrelsno
ticket, order till,, r other trickery Ont dollar
securesany article on the list. Ve utlU. l't
) on see goods betore paying. Over 7fl,0M nat
rons attest the Kpularlty ofour great sileT 1 We
. w r , i a sin suia ruiirr. liHiwrs ornti
l"'ic for circulars and i-ecommenOaflons from
i.i'irV , savecjisn. iviuyoiido
N' S' J,,"I'AH MALK, ai llrooniliild Ml.,
Boston, Mass. (IAJ)-!-U-wlm
At the Hcllitim Office. Cairo, Illinois.
New Goods! New
MH. J. BURGER, OF
J. BURGER A CO.,
Who has Jmt Beturned from the Kaat,
Exiends a cordial Invitation lo the cltlreut nl Cairo to nauliie at tkt-lr ilore,'
No. 124 Commercial Ave.,
Ons ef the Fineat Displays! of
9 IM W
STAPLE and FANCY GOODS, NOTIONS
OK ALL KINDS
Ladies' Fine Shoes, etc.,
Kver Opened In this Market, The .Stock of
OIL-CLOTHS and CARPETS
Selected His Goods with Especial Reference to the Tightness
of the Money Market,
And that, a'llnted by his Ioiir ex rlence In the Dry Ooods Luinrx, he l
Enabled to Offer Customers Kagnifloont Bargains at Prices Which
Cannot' Fail to bo Popular, Even in theso "Hard Times."
In short IICHUKK A CO. have determined to
SELL THE BEST OF GOODS AT THE LOWEST PRICES.
J. BURGER & CO.,
12 Commorelal Avenue, Cairo, Illinois.
BREAT BANKRUPT SALE !
I bav this day opened at thsold Staud of J Butnir, wltk a
Full Line of Furnishing Doods and Notions !
Which I Will fell at Fit-urea Ievr B.for. Off.i.d tothUUItr.
THESE GOODS MUST BE SOLD WITHIN
And aaThsy arc th Beat of a Oiaat
B Itonmy In Tour Fooksrt to Buy of ".
GIVE US A CALL.
Remember the Place J. Burger's Old Stand Cor
ner Ninth Street and Ooauneroial A venae.
Wholesale and Retail
PAINT AND OIL DEALERS
74 OHIO LEVEE.
In Stock for Spring Trade:
Strictly Pure White Lead,
Pure Linseed Oil, ;
Guaranteed Boiled Oil,
Artists' Tube Paint.
Best English Paris White;
Glues of all Grades,
TERMS ON THESE
"Vrll 1 I J J
J. T. WARREN & CO.,
linportiii mill .lolilicrn of
Foreign Fruit, Amsrloan and
CmmiiwiI Uuuil. flail, MriU, Uariuait Vrodurv.
Soup Stufs, Condiments, Flavoriny Extracts, etc., etc.,
Fancy Groceries m Endless Variety
Orders by Mall Promptly Attended to.
64 and 66 West Second Street, CINCINNATI
Styles! New Prices!
WboUaaU Bankrupt block, It i
GOODS GASH ON
English Pickles, Catsups, Sauoes