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B4Ib KKtler mu RvcVf Pair.
JOHN K. OBKKLY, Editor.
Th -!! orthP N'allunnl Mini
Ttn Nfttlonul Democrttlr oniiiiltlf o. t
whom UJoleKateUtlio power ol iMn
tUan nd pUceof bol.llncllie .Nation"
ocratlc convention ol ISTC, lis1.1 sniioliileil
TuMdy,tl.rt.vitity.evtiilli ilJ oT
next, noon, the tlmo, ami lelf'''1 '
Loultnt.hcpof l.ol.llnc Midi tc
Hon. Kcu Mile will hr nitltlcl to a teiroiMi
tatloti piuat to double thp tnt'.nber ol lt
mmIom nl ropr-enltlve in tlio con
gift ot the I'lilte-l ,SUt-: ami the terri
toryof Colorsdo, wIiojp ntliiilnlon In .luly
i8Utf will give It n nU' In the tuxl
r lectori) college, U alio Invited to t-ewl del
egate to ttie convention.
Democratic, Conservative ami other I'ltl-
niihnl'nlied SUtc. Irresin-ctlve ol
tat political association, ilclrin,' to co
nnarata with thr Democratic party in its
present cflort and nliject", aic cordially In
lted to loin In etidlnr delegate I" tbc
national convention, Co-operation l dc
ired from all permim who would clmnj;
an administration that ha milcred the
public trcdlt to become and remain Inferior
to othet and ; favored intloin ; has per
mitted commoree to he taken away by for
ehje powen; ha Hilled trade by tinJuM,
unequal and pernicious IrglV-itlnn ; has
irapoicd unusual taxation and rendered it
most buroensoino ; ha changed growing
proiperily Into widespread mllerini; and
want; has aijuandercd the putilla money j
rcclclctaly and dellantly, and shainclcj-ly
uied tbe power that ihoulil have been vlll
to punish crime, to protect It.
For theie and oilier reason Ilia n.ttioii.il
Democratic party deem the toiliHe danger
Imminent, and earnestly desirous or ivitf-
lug to our country tbc lilclnj;- ol an
economical, pure ami free ov eminent,
cordially invite the. co-operation of tholr
. fallow-cltlcnsln the etlort to attain this
TtiomwA. Walker, Al.ihaiu.i.
8.H. Cockrill, Arkansiw.
Frank McCappin, Callfonil.i.
William 11. llarnnm. C'utinei Hi nt
Charles lteastcn, Delaware.
Cbarlet K. Dyke, Horida.
A. R. Lawton, (Seori;lu.
Crrm II McCoriuick, Illinois.
Thomas Dowling, Indiana.
I. M. 11am, Iowa.
Jiaac E. Katon. Kana.
Henry D. Mcllcnry, Kiutuekv.
Henry 1). O'dcu, l.ouUina.
I.. I. M. Sweat, Maine.
A. Leo Knott. Maryland.
William A. Moore. MU-bliu.
William I.ocliren, Minnesota.
.1. H. Sharpe, .MlM-isMppi.
.Tno. O. l'rlest, Mlouri.
Oco. L. Miller, Nclra.ka.
Tlios. 11. 'Williams, Nevada.
M. V. U. KdKcrly, New Uauipibire.
Thco. '. Itandofjib, New Jerrev .
M. W. Hansom, North Carolina.
John U.TuompHOli, Ohio.
.1 amn K. Ki-llcy, Oregon.
James V. Ilarr. IViinxvlvanla.
Nicholas Van Slyck, Jlhode Maiul.
Tnoa. Y. -Smoii", South Carolina.
William 11. Bate, Tcnno'cc.
K. S. Stockdalc. Tcx.
Jobn Goode.jr., Virginia.
.John Blair Hoge. West Virginia.
George II. I'aul, WIconin.
Thomas M. Patterson, Colorado,
AUGUSTUS SCHKI.I., New Voik,
Kkedrick O. l'ldNCi, Masaehuett,
Secretary National Democratic Com.
WiSlllNUlOX. February 22. ISTU.
Hi. aim; has remarked soveral times
lately Hint "it Is perfectly scandalous."
Tin: I'ekiu Republican must not aljue
Kd. Merrltt. Kd. is our friend again.
"1 am, of course, therefore for Hart
ranit," is the way Old hlinon uiu'ion
ot IVnnsylvaiiki, puts H.
".Mu. Ulai.ni: also has mhiic friends in
MViintylvanln."" .alil the good old .Simon
Cameron the other day.
Tin: President of IVru is at New Vork,
and the fjovernment, ahont to tody to
Kmieror I'edro, has eoneluded to be also
eivll to this South American republican.
Tin: New York Ifa-aM ha united with
the 1'adueah A'eira to crush out David
I'avl. As the (llgnllled Blaine remarked
inthedauinas'lyamnet- debate: "Oh!
Ttir. Tekln Win calls Uavld DutIs
"the Coinln Man." Amen; but cuss
the other lellows who don't think ns we
do. Theyare fools, you see; and they
havcajrreat iutliienee In the Hcmocratic
.Ioiik Noui.k, of raduoah, the nobkt
Democrat of them all-rock-iiblied and
buttressed as the eternal hills-declares
that he has no doubt ol the IlrMow bog
nory, and that tbc den Davis Miepiu
ear t-c-indal Is an Internal Abolition lie.
Aaron Neai., the leader ol the Frank
liu county ku-klu., was lalelv on 1 1 lid :it
Marlon, Williamson county, for murder.
iier uvt evidence, wsn all In, and befoie
tue argumunu w iM.c w,nelmh-l. s
mule kicked and Wiled one ol the Jury
men, and Air. NcaM:wm., further lime
Tbu trial went over.
t. ...i... .... hi ...
i i. uihe mu iiueny oi e)pK t(.
ketcli of Mr. Olicrly thatappiaud In n
viucago Hiturtttan ot tins l.un nui. j...
modeV No doubt; but nlmll muW.ty
prevent us from doing for omlvc wbai
we would gladly do for any of our lei.
low-eltlA-nti? Modoty be banged !
mat is wb.it has been thu matter with
r.u. Merrltt and our man everwluee tlio
time when they inodustlv M-iramcd In
Ihelr nnrMV uniis.
fiM'1.rl.V.7 U 1,ol"ir t'a',t- lM I'W'llMtf
at the Jettlw. A dlsjiateh Iron, the Cap.
tail., UteUUi, but., says: "Cu.tful
'soundlogs Uirougb the jetties to-ilay ..ive
'least dentil 15J twi. ( .,,, ' r" 1
'feet extendi now to itatlon IK), or
'onemlloaudtJireeuarteM from upinir
'end of Jcttlejf, and to within about half a
'mile of lec w.-a. In this hall mile we
'have bcvcral hundred feel of ' ft
depth. Half way down the Jettlei, wc
'have 32 feet In one locality, and wyeral
iMiii'ircn icei or and 'S feel,
Till: UlMIOt ltM: IIAItlUs lllll'l .l,
.Indgi' l. K. ailer. ol the DMrht nt
CoUiinbla. Iued a will of .' c..'7
to require the Sergeiit-al-Arin of tlic
lluise, lo produce Hie body of llnllet
Kilitourne. the iwu.int mIIiii'ss In Ibe
real etate pool liiwtlgiilloii. On S.tf
urdy laitilii'.'ii'lh'I'O'Coiniuitti'e ol'ihe
Ibm-e icpoih'il resolution directing the
igi'.inl-;ilAim to make :i eairful le
Inriilothe writ, selling out the iill-e
of detention of Killiuiiine, ami to ict.iln
eiidody ol'bl body and nrd to inodiut
it beloie the Judge or court willioiu
iii-tlitT order from Ibe House.
Mr. Until, of Ohio, who represented
eenminitteeon Ibe iloor, made an ar
gument in support ol the te-olutlon. He
Inllniatedlhat tbe testimony or Mluoiu nc
might Iniplleale high olllelal', and lliat
all ellorti In the direction ol liiellg:i.
lion would be thwarted II be were taken
out of the power of the House. No m
bordlnate court -hoiild be allowed to In.
tcrlere with tin Jiiil-tllciloti ol the llouc
or ol'a superior court.
Mr. Oarileld suggeMtd that the nun
might punish the Sergeaut-at-Arnis for
contempt In not obeying ll order, and
asked what relief could be given him.
Mr llurd thought the remedy would be
vcrv eay. It u onld bu for the Sergeant-
nt-Arin to apply to the siiireme court
of the I. S., wlileh had an appelate and
Mr. I'rey n'ked Mr. llurd whether the
House had the power to punish for con
tempt, regardless of the lact whether the
question which Kllbouinc refused to an
Awcr was lawlul or unlawful V
Mr. llurd replied that tbe Mibject mat
ler wa entirely within tbe dl-eretlon
.Mr. I'rey inquired vthcthcr there, was
any limit lo tbo time ol punHimciit ex
cept the llle of tbe House.
.Mr. llurd replied he thought Ibe per
to piiuMi expired with the IIoiih'.
.Mr. 1'rev If that power iuhere. in the
llou-c of I!eire-cntalives, does it not in
here also in the .Senate ':
Mr. (iarlleld Which never die-.
Mr. llurd Unquestionably it doe-.
Mr. I'ley Tlien tins ic-ult would fol
low, that the .Senate may piiui-b a ix-eus-iiit
v lines? for contempt, regaiilb'-s en
tirely of whether (he qiic-tion of which'
wltucs- refu'ed to answer a un
lawful, and might hold that eiti ii in Jail
Mr. I.yude, a member ol the .ludiciary
committee, olleied, on belialfot tbe mi
nority, a -ub.-litutu lor tbe ic-idutloii,
directing the f-crgcant nt-Arms to makeii
earetut return to the writ ol babea- cor-
inis that the pri-oucr ii duly held by au
thority of the House in piocecdin
against him lor contempt, and to take
with him the body ol Kilbourne before
tbe court when inakiim such return, lie
proceeded to argue in ,-upport of the sub
stitute. The question was, whether the
House would deny lo a cllieii of the
I 'ulted .States'. Imprisoned by lis order,
the right of a hearing belore tbe court on
a writ ot habeas corpus. If tbi- prece
dent were established it wa- of import
ance that the American people and the
courts .should understand it. If in the
cxercl-c ot" its privilege tbe House en
croached on tbe liberties ol thu people,
those privileges would be reviewed and
re-exauuncd, and members would bu re
turned to the llou-e who would respect
thu constitutional rights and maintain the
liberties of the people.
-Mr. Kasson hoped thu time wa- long
distant when an American citizen whose
properly or liberty was involved was to
II ml bis llual court in the Hou-e of Hep
rescntatlves. Tim proposition belt! was
that a cUien should have no review be
fore a court, no appeal to any other Juris
diction, no polble reconsideration of a
Judgement of the House of l!i'prcenta-
tlve.-. Was that within the meaning of
the constitution when it deelaied that the
writ of Au&ffM corjnt should never be
Mpqionded except in time ol war or inva
sion'? He denied the existence ol that
right and challenged tbe pro-cc ution to
show any instance In the records of the
country where the llou-e or tin' Senate
bad denied the t ight of a court to decide
on the question ol personal liberty mid
personal right. Tliat was what tbo
House wa? now proposing lo do. and it
would have to be done by yeas and nays.
The House would have to decide whether
It would establish a precedent, for the
tirst time, that a cltl.en who ictuses to
testify belore It was denied the great
right over which nations had fought, and
for the security of which many lives were
Mr. I.awience, a member of the .litdlc-
lary oinuiitlee, advocated the re-olu-
tiou ol thcmajoiity, and laid down and
elaborated on four propositions: First,
Thatthu llou-e bad the power to insti
tute investigation- and to summon and
examine wltuuse through Its commit
tee-. Second, 'Flint us an incident cf that
power, Ibe Hou-e had authority tojudgu
contempts on tbe p.u t ol witnesses In re
fusing to testify, and to puiil-h lliein by
imprisonment. Third, That tbu judg
ment of the House Is llual and conclusive
as to its juiisdletloii, and as to the illit
and expediency ol"ecri:i-lng it. Ily the
(sentence, ot iinpri-oiiiuc;il, it followed
that no court could inquire into thu Jul Is
dicllou ol (lie House to hupri-iou ibiiini
tlicuxislence ol emigres-; and fourth,
l hat this rule had not been changed hv
Mr. Kelly armicd iigaiut tbeieaolutltiii
orVciodhv Mr. llurd. Ilu believed that
me commitment ot Kilbourne was i
KWe mistake, which no court has made
.- which mu uouso would not have
in.iuuuu bad heard Kilbourne through
u wm.iuu. or ii mu members bad had
an opportunity to study tbu iccoid of
me case, mm u lilts question bad been
oik;ii to free dlseu-slon, but It was never
too lato to no a good thing, and having
made a grave ml-take, the iloiuu should
ellher Kiid this witness belore the Jiulgo
and when remanded, as ho bail no doubt
he would he, then discharge him at once
and avow frankly that It bad Invaded the
riuhts of an American citl.en,
lMr. Hoar said this was thilpiesliou be
fore tbu House "Yun the extent of the
right ol tlds House limited by
Mlie ili'cictlou and by I he Judg
i itn I ol n fJiiL'le .hide" of tl:r
court "i Hie I'lslrlel id
Columbia V" II so. tueii mat conn na
the right In do Ilu-same pet week lo the
senate, and it. when that nugiisl tribuna1
wa org.inied lo try I In eciclary
war, or president id Ibe United Stales.
Mr. Mar-lior -ome other witness, whin
il question "was pill io ono ttimmsiM.
"(in Hie w bole I do not think I will nn-
siwr thai question," and the .senate com-
initial him lor contempt, then bh l .lus
the i niter would liTVe the right to iy.
'Take that, man on: ol Ibe eu-lodi ol
the seigeaiil-at-arnis, and tiling him be
foie me. and I will see tnx self what I
I l,Ink ol that que-tlon." This outcry
that the House was undertaking t pill
itself against personal liberty was per-
.Mr. (iailield qiioteil Iroui Mary's par
liamentary law, to the elh-el that (lie
hiltd f.rpm net Is buiding on all persons
whatever, and that It U eompeU nt for
judges to have befoie tliem persons com-
ml tied by Houses ol'V.irliaincnl lor eon.
tempt. Now they wereeonlrouteil ly an
assertion mat a iiraiieu oi i ongress was
omnipotent. The proposition would
make the House the great tyrant of the
nation. Let it bo once know u, and every
eltlen would be armed In hostility against
the ongress ol bis country, lie declared
himself mi implacable foe of tbe tyrant
who presented hiin-cll In such a guise.
The position taken to-day would make
'ongres-i the most uncontrolled tyrant
that ever stalked abroad over any laud.
He denied that the House was above the
law by delivering up the body ol the
Mr. llurd -taled be bad just been In
formed by the -ergeant-al-iiruis that he
had appeared before the .bulge lid- morn
ing, and that a hearing ol the ease bad
been potponcd until next Tuesday. He
thcrefiue gave notice that be .would call
the previous que-tlon Monday at IS o'clock.
Ai the fointnir ot' -liver all the credit
money men cry: "This I- a trick
ol the money changers, the coupon
clipper-, Ilic iiiteiest laker- and tbc
great army ot tlio enemies ol labor. It
may be; but we will sutler the indletlon
with equanimity. We shall endure the
pas-ing away of the Iractluiials with
out ".a tear. We shall bu tbu- calm
under tbi- silver attack of cipital upon
labor, not beeait-e we are a bard money
man, but beeaii-e silver will carry less
-niall.nox than tbe fractional, nod will
not tear so ca-. 01 course, being an
enemy of the national bank- and the
bond holders-, we prefer even milk ticket.
lo tbu metals, but tbi- is an extreme ca-e
and we have made up our mind to be
hold the coming of -Uxor wUli an uiirul
KVKi'.v now and then c arc nominated
b somebodf tor somethilij:. The l.lte-t
p'o-ltlon to w:i.ieh wo have been nominated
Is speaker of the hou-e of the next general
as-cinblv. This Is kind, and onr irlend
hive oiir thanks. Wc koow we oui;hl to
be elected -peskcr. This we say muiie.lly.
Hill to olfer us tlio speakership 1 to oitVr us
a chicken that has not yet been batched
Irrm an eg;: tba. ha- not vet been laid, and
with no rooster In -Igbt Cairo Bulletin.
Now here thu i'.ii.i.i n. takes us. We
know of no man in 1'gypt more litted for
a .-cat in the Icgl-lature than Obcrly, and
no man as member ot that body better
lilted for speaker. We trust that the
I le.inoerat.s oi" the Cairo district will bunt
up that rooster. Wc "can't keep house"
iiere without Obcrly. State AVjrnrVr.
I'bere now. Again the V.Vi.rvgUshef
towards; us and we arc happy. Why
were we ever alienated ': Hut although
our Springiield fiieuil yearns tor us. we
aunot go to him. Fate hold- u back
I'hat rooster cannot be found.
I'm. Memphis Avalanche, speaking ol
ieu. li. . aiuius memiier ot ongres.s
from the Klghtli Tennessee district, says:
den. Atkin- 1- one of tbe mo-t faithful
ami elllcient of the Southern members of
the hou-e. and by hi le-electlon the
people ol'ihe Kiglith district will keep
at his pot a public servant who can ably
represent them in every way. His labors
hi behalf of the Texa and Facillc rall-
'road entitle (Jen. Atkins to the thanks
ol the whole Southwest." We endnr.-o
ill the Aralamht says about Aiklus He
Is onr of the be-l men ol tbu South, mid
a close neighbor and good friend of
1 in common council of Chicago on the
1.1th lust, declared the recent town elec
tions hi that city null and void, on ac
count of frauds perpetrated, and by vir
tue of the power vested hi them, up
pointed Hie following town ollicci : II
Callahan, collector, vice l'"vau; Wni'
Ijray, assessor, vice Fhllllps ; Kobcrt
Lincoln, -uiicrvlsor, vice l!an. and Win.
Carver, clerk, vice lilea-on. This ends
alt the trouble so lams these .ollleers are
concerned. Tbe mayor ha- as yet made
no response to tbe wiitlen demand
by Ihe eltlen-' committee lor bl
Mn. Moiiin-o.s piopo-es to Investigate
Mr. Smith, thu journal eleik id' the
house. Smith Issued an improper elreii
lar. and thereby got Into hot water.
Is-l.ilr Iti'nUli r, Drill . J
Hcll-ralslng Obcrly, id' the (.'alio, ill.
Ili-i.i.i:- in. Is again unhappy. 'Ihl-lmic
because the Democrats carried Hie late
election in Connecticut and not thu He
publicum). Obulv is of an unhai)iy turn
of mind, lie Is never satisfied with any
Ihlnganybody el-o dose, lor bo believes
no one can do anything light but Obeily
(Hlulc iliiiirnal, Itvji,
Obcrly, ol thu Cairo Hli.i.i.iin, has
been nominated as the Democratic speak
er of tbo next Illinois House, and still
his "gorge" doesn't rise at It, though the
people'.s may. Hut, really, ( ibcrly would
bu an Improvement on llalucn which
i-n't saying much, all
thcio are several contingencies to be me,
yet. among which aru his nomination, his
election, and a Democratic majority In
the House. Tbo Jiwwi" hereby extends
to him It' tow Hue " however
I'ioiii Uver.l ioiii lee.
HVMll'llllM . !.(-1
.liide I .ivls Davis i lapldly coining
Into piomlnenceas a goed candidate bli
the presidency. Already quite a number
of papers advocate bis claims, nml tbe
number U constantly ineica-ing. From
every quaiter come-a u-n'ii vu'id for Mr.
I.is, and by tbe linn Ibe convention
at St. Lout, he will - lie" a stieiigth and
baiking that will n-lnm Ii -oiue ol tin:
old politicals llo-pulli'i- So mote It be.
HON. JOHN II. (JIJERLY.
M . W. Ui'Miiil v.r ol Hie lnili'Mii.
Ii lil Onl (1,1,1 IVIIoiim til
It'tiiiii llii'l'lili-avidilil l'i liiiaollaii. 1 tit
.loliit llenrv Obeilv, W. M. (iraud
Master of Illinois wa hoin i(t t'mcln
liati. Ohio. DcceniliprClli. l-:!7. I Ii. !.!,'.
scended, on tbe lather's side, from the
.Scballcrs. On the mother'. Mdo lie Is de
scellded from a iivolutlonarv sotdlnr.
losepb Ileniihl. wlio was ono of Hie
lew -urvivor.s of Hie ina-s.icre of i'aola.
iilille vct an imam u wns rimnviil l.v
hU paients to Allegbanev county. I'enn
fylvanla, where he lived until 18W, when
be removed with Ids family to Woo-ter,
wiou. :uiu nine weui into i nc punt
ing business u ls.:i. In is.1I his
family removed to .Memphis Tennessee,
when he finished his trade ami became
part protuietor of ii printing olllce. In
bilng a l"nloni-t. be was
driven out of -Memphis bv ihe
T'tus Vigilance Committee, and went to
Waynu county, hlo. In Jm'm be located
at Cairo. In lxK! he was elected prc-I-dent
ol the National Typographical
I iilou at Chicago, and was re-elected the
year following at Memphis. In ISO!) lie
was elcctfd mayor of Cairo, and in 1STJ
was returned lo tbe house of representa
tives of the general ns-cnilily .lunellOtli,
1S7D. be joined Alexander Lodge, No.
221, by initiation, and was N'obie Oramt
ol the Lodge tbe lli-t term of ls;o. In
1S7II he attended thuscs-ion of the (J rand
.Lodge at Sprliigllcld, as a Fast (irand.
In 1.-71 he attended thu Oram! Lodge
at Chicago, a a representative.
In ls7."i liu was elected (.'mud Master at
Unquestionably IJrother Obcrly is onu
ol the mo-1 lalcutul and iistul members
of our order in the United States, ami the
energy, ability and lldellty bu ill-play- hi
the i c-pouslbllc position ot (.rand .Master,
prove blni to be the rigid man in the
right place, lie is a thorough Odd Fel
lowone wlio undcr-tauds the principles
of our uoblo Order and nppreekdes their
worth. He Is also uu able, eloquent pub
lic speaker, and -luce becoming the head
of the Order in Illinois lie lias devoted
much of Id- time to active work hi the
item, appealing on many puniie occas
ion's ami ilellveilii!,' some of tlio llucst
nddreesto nhleh member.-oi' the Order
have ever listened. ocially, also, our
(irand .Ma-ter is oneof the inot genial,
warm-hearted men who make- Irlend
wherever he Is known. The Odd I'el
lows of Illinois are to lie congratulated on
Having so emcieui ami wortnv a man as
chlefolllcerlii the State.
Hie Alloroeyt (or lli'lklilip ti ill Jou
les I Ilu- ItlL'lil r I lir Ni-mhIv in Try
II ho 'Hie soile lliirKlorH In llooapf
'I i lnl I iilil .lour.
WasIU.m.ion. April 10. It Is expected
the supreme court to-morrow will render
a dcci-loii in what are known as the Illi
nois railroad cases, which involve several
highly Important questions concerning
the taxation ol lands and other property
Tbe company claims that In some re
spects the taxes were illegally levied and
other- that the iisst's-ments were too
high. It has been argued on the
ippeal tliat no court should sus
tain thu collection of a tax, even
temporarily, unless tin cotnimnv ten
dered the. amount admitted to be legally
levied or the amount upon the valuation
widen was admitted to lie coircct. It is
said that there are no ie-s than -eventv-llve
suits pending in Illinois toeiiloln the
collection ot taxes as-e ed ngaln-t lands
and other properly ol rauroad companies,
which represent oue-inini ot me entile
taxable property of tliat Mate.
nil. jii:i.i;Ai' wi'i-.u mu. sr.
.'here seems no doubt thai (ien. Itel-
knap will bu pre.-ent to-morrow In the
Senate court ot Impeachment. Hlscoun
sel, Illalr, Carpenter and Hlack, yester
day lormally agreed upon their pleas,
namely: that the court has no jurisdiction
in the ease, Belknap not now being In of
lice, and tliat ns the olleusu that llelknap
in charged with Is not Indictable, It can
not no linpcaciiame.
tiiii s.ifi: nritf.i .usv -iiiiai.s
District Attorney: Wells doe-, not be
lieve the wife burglary trial will be
reached beforo thu uilddlo ol .lime, Xo
trouble Is expected in obtaining the
presence hero ot Whltely, Xettlcshlp,
Hayes and Cun.. Wliltely's pardon de
pends on his testimony, and on bis testi
mony ticpuniis me entire case against
Hancock. Harrington has not been
louml, but it is believed that he will come
forward and take liU chances, though the
evidence against nun is very positive
There Is no evidence Implicating ex-Governor
Shenlierd. Tbo-. Shepherd and Dr.
Sharp, and the district attorney does not
1...II..!... M.... Cl.n... ....111.. .. 1.1
mi'iiui u .Miiisiiiii .joio p moiiy oi pitching
J 1 1 1 : OTIOMVN I Mill. I KMX 1 .
Kllorts will be made to-morrow to tlx a
day for another trial ol Ottoman lor cm
bc..lcmctlt. 'ihe evidence In the Jlal
leik case will ben-cil i)galnt him.
IN THE PEN.
.ili'ltiiiiiilil mm Arr.v llrlitrri-il er
in i ill' Milium oi lli Millie l'li-uu
Well linu Ut'iiiiirl-).
ImT.iiMiN On v. April Id, McDonald
lllld Avel'l iil'iivcd hcio at :i o'clock llils
llllcrtinilll III i.li'irir.t nt ll.illlllv Mile
Vlml (icicle. Thoy wero liiiinedlutel.v
taken to llie tishlti"loii Iioiim: and had
II i ii io f and then walked down
io nu. i'i;.in;vmitv.
lioth of lliedl.niiiL'itlrlied convicts wero in
excellent Miliibiiiul tallied volubly. Mc
Donald Jolilu'dy rcinlndeil huvcial old
cltleiis Ihathi lMil, lil'tecn yeiirs ii''o to
111 lll.l.li .IKITKIIiON
wilh a detachment of troops and occupied
the (joM!iiinr'.s mansion us Ids headquar
ters. I.iitcrlnj; tlio ollleoof ihe ppiiltcn
tliirv. .McDonalil mid Avery wero Intro
ilueed to (,'aplaiu llradbury and in a tew
inlnule.i weie tal.cii throiili thu Iiiiii
Kale, .loycu iippcaieil at tlio door of the
colored apaituieiit and was rccoiil.cd by
Avery with a laujjli. A llttlu later .loyeo
was bronchi io Hradbtiry's olllee ami
I lit re.
IOM.I MKT M'HO.NAI.1).
'I'lio two proceeded to fcliarpen their
wits at each other'rt '.i)eisii and then
dropped to t hit matter ot their respective
nhi'lfnl I'Oliilltlntiu Itntli men urn i.uf.
I ",' "' " I ...... .....
il njverciy from Illneis. In a lirlef
.. . ...-I,., ,..,. hUln-l..
of the tuUo aecu-iiitiotis and indecent liate
Willi which lie had been brought to his
lUCM'ut podtlmi. and McDonald re-as-ecrted
Ids creed that there was no ills,
honor In tbo .stripes to the man ol eon.
ion rectitude 'I lieu McDonald and
wad be- and their knives and wete
-now n mi a ill. Ill ri.i.i
on the South side of the hollow sonaie.
Po-morrow iiioiiiIiil' they will don the
Mu,'i Alonil ll'. Illllllli-Hint 'I hill Mil
run too. Aplll l."i. The eolifeieui c
between lion. .Ins Medlll. Mr. Illeb.iid
Smith and tln e oilier gentleman ni 'In-
I'iunatl liaviug led lo many mstate-
iiieuis, aiiKe unjust to lion. .i.v. n,
lllalue, and the 'eenlleiiian uaiiicil. nu
aent ofthe ascoejaled pies- Interviewed
Mr. .Medlll neahi to-dav on tliat kiiIi-
jeel and received the billowing statement :
"it is line i was invited to t ne una
about a month ago lo read some state
ment!" quietly circulating in Democratic
elides in Washington, In relet elit e lo
lllalnc's alleged cnuueellnu wllli some
Union Pacini1 railroad bonds. It was
aid the Democrats were holding back
the scandal lo explode it at Hie lime of
the( Inclined! convention, or alter It, In
e.'i-o lllalne was nominated.
The whole charge, so lar as my Infoi
maui had learned It, was 'related
hi the preseneu ol four gentle
men. It was agreed Hint .Mr.
Illaiiie -hoiild be conlldeutially apprised
at once ol'ihe nature of the scandal. Any
other cause would be wrong. Air. Illclo
ard Smith consented to lay the whole
matter belore Mr. lllalue In a private let
ter, lie did o nearly u month ago. It
Mr. lllalue has answered his letters I
have not heard of It. If any correspond
ence has passed between Mr. lllalne ami
myself In regard to the forgoing matter
Mr. I'.Ialiu1 is a liberty to make II pub
lic." Ariital id' Hie llrnr lllnii lniieror ill
Xuw Voiik, April 13. Thu steamship
Hevellus, bearing the emperor mid em
press of Ura.il, entered the lower bay
about noon. The batteries tired a salute
of one hundred gnus In honor of the
royal party and the Ura.lllan rorvelio
honored the emperor be a royal white, as
did thu United State- tlrlgatu Minnesota.
Secretin le Fish, Kobesonand Tali, Vlec
Admiral 1'owan, (ieneral .Sher
mau, the liraillan minister, ,vlth
llra.iliau entennial eiuimls-loners and
a large party met Hie emperor's
steamer In the steamer Albert. Ciiatotu
house and city olllcials went down the
bay in a government cutter and tendered
thw hospitalities) of the clt v, made through
.Mayor Wlckhani. The marine band, on
tbe alert, greeted the emperor with Hie
Hruillau national hymn, and Secretary
I'i-h made a brief address of welcome, j
Tbo Alert was gaily decked with il tgs :
and Hie llra.lll.iu imperial eiislgu was
run to thu iiiaiu-tops. Flags on all pul
lle building- and hotels hid living In
honor of the emperor's arrival.
The emperor null empress landed at
Pier Xo. '2, Fast river, and was driven to
a hotel, thus avoiding the crowd awaiting
their anlval at the Tweiit v-fourth street
landing. Xorth liver, where member of
the cabinet and other olllcials lett Ibe
Tritiitlrr or I hr NliHHrl IMutr lit
Xi:w Yoi-K, April 10. It apjiears that
ill add tioil to the liower ol' nttnrnnv
given Judge Hilton to manage her estate,
-Mrs. Stewart yesterday tiled In the regis
ter's otlice a transfer of nil her Inn, l.iu-
band's share of the buslnes of the late A.
T. Stewart & Co., a- well as all bis pro
perly, real and personal, except the real
estate included In the city ol Xew Vork,
lo.iooge union lor me sum or SJWi.OOO;
ootn instruments dated April 11, 1ST:.
TlirNiif- l!uri;lHry IlFtirni'k Inilli lcil
A-lll.NOfox. April 15. Tbo "Mini
jury to-day Indicted Habcocl;, Harring
ton. v limey, iienton, Miles. Xettle-hip
and Sonmiervllle lor complicity in the
safe burglary con-piracy. Warrants
were Issued lor the arrest of each except
Gen. Ilabeock. wlio appeared and gave
ball lu the mini of $I0,00t),Vx-Ooverncr A.
1.. Shepherd becoming bis seciirltv.
it is understood that .all oveeoY Hnli
cock .and Ilarritigton will bo ined as wit
nesses and indlctinctits again-t those lea
tliylng will be mile pi-usntl. Theie me
rumors that Harrington can't be found.
and will seek to avoid arrest.
llaiiBliijC it H illullw llimali'r,
I.OL'ISVll.l.i:. Anril A l):nivillc
fKy.) Fjicflal to the CourW-Jaumal .snys:
i ins iiioniiii inojaiier was awaKcncd uy
a. lininbor of men. mid when Im n'Ked
what was thu matter was told Hint u no.
Ilwinini wi-lied to incarcerate a jiricnner.
When the lullcr opened tlio door lie was
coiil'rotitt d by four masked men. witli
pistols ready to dlscliarjre. One watched
iiiiii while tlio others released .Mm Tar
i.lii. a iniilatio liiinrlsoiicd lor roiiiml t tlnir
a liiiiiiflesi oiitrn,'!1 upon a fieven-year-old
uaii'Miter o: i.ee J. irviiieot rerrvvl e.
y. This morning his hodv was found
cold and still' in death. Iian;(ii from the
branch of a tree.
.S'i'liillll'sj in .Mnlli'lnr.
ti-'rmn the Toledo Made.)
We publMi on our elhth payn a
IciiKtliy article ile.scribln; the system of
thu noted specialist, Dr. I!. V. Pierce, of
HiiHalo, N. V.. In which ho sets forth
with considerable force nml clearness his
reasons lor devotlnjr bis wlioln time and
attention to a single dopartiiient or medi
cine thu treatment of lingering chrome
diseases. Tlio same artlclu alo takes up
the Mib'ects of diagnosis, methods of eon
sultatlou ami treatment, etc.. and will
bu found to contain many valu
able hints to Hiu invalid. Dr. I'ierou Is the
author ol a work which liu hasalreadvat
talucd a largo circulation "Thu t'eo
plu's Common Sento .Medical Adviser"
containing sonic nine hundred nuiiier-oiisy-IUiistrated
piges, and levoted lo
medicine In all Its branches, a work well
calculated lor thu guidance and Instruc
tion of thu people at large, and which
may bu had for SI..") (pot-pald) by ad
dressing Iho author. Dr. I'ierco has noiv
been before thu general public long
enough to enable the formation of a care
fill estimate of thu illlclencv ol his treat
ment ami bis mcdieincH, and thu verdict,
wu nro glad to know, has been unlversallv
lavorablo to both. ("iUl-l-ia-iUw-l w. '
.Vutlr.i.'li In irby kU'K ti Uu' StiH'Uiul'U'rs ol'
Ilu' Ciilni Clly Kniy Joiii)iuiiy. Unit h mit'thiK
Will Imi hi'lil at my ullU'i', eoiniT ill' l;lnlil(illlll
Htiiiliuiil WiikhliiKtiin iiiciniulii Dili city, mi
.Mniiil.iy, Muy lot, inM.I'nr Ihr ilrcllon nfctvi'ii
illnrtiiin to me llii'i'iiiiiliiK jriir, unit lor Kin.
cnil liuniin',3. IllOh.W IIAI.I.1IIAV,
Cidro, IIU. , April hi, lSTC. l-M-UN
A I.I.H'isi)iiul Iiim', reinalnliii,' iuiiali, arc
J iiiiili-r Hid Inu , now ik'liiiiticiit, To (,'lM'
oiii lilm imjeis, liowi'cr,ua ili'sire it, tin op
lioitunlty to uiy halil Ui .1 vrlllmiili'OBt, Ihe i-iil-Ifi
tor wlll iii i iM! Ihe tiiiiic at III. ulllic imlll Ilic
twi'iillvlli In-t, Aller Unit lime ilUtmint will Ih
linutu iimiii Uif )'i)n ity nl'tlii. ilcllniiiu'iiln.
t ulioIlllnoi. Apill II), Is7.l. l.ll-ilu-Hl
All Kinilx of
Juli I'rliitliiKalllolliiiii 1'rlrpn
At tilt' III'LMCTIN Killer,
FOR FARMS I
No Belts or Bellows.
WILL WELD a-INOH IRON.
I lift uliat I" Miintiil. Si'inl :i-iTut ntuiuii for
clivtllill' lo I
Ml'llii: I'Uii i .MU.K KUKil. (.'U.
veiv MVe up all their JewelV,
Now Goods! New Styles! New Prices!
MU. J. UUHGI'ilt. OK
J. BURGER & CO.,
Who iiiiH JiihI ltotiirnod IVoni tlio Kiinl,
I I Mnl- J l.illtbl lilt Hull. Ill III till' fill I I nil,, I., 1-VII, ill, r l II, Ml ll,
No. 124 Commercial Ave.,
Ono or the Finest 1)im)Iuvh of
mm mm m: mm
IS I.I HIM.
STAPLE and FANCY GOODS, NOTIONS
II A I I, KISHS,
Ladies' Fine Shoes, etc.,
I i.r (l.uii.l in this Mmlit I l.i--li.it. i.i
OIL CLOTHS and CARPETS
M IlilsrsUlill.loni-nl i ,y far llir inn. i-inn,','i,. utnl Iik'hhI 1'ii.ni iloi li mil ul rni ln,r rvir
li.nl IIih ,illllfiil nHn'lliiK .Mr. Ilurior nnniiiinrrs Hllli .li:i-ini' that l.li.i,
Selected His Goods with Especial Reference to the Tightness
of the Money Market,
And tlml, :n-l.nll.) M. h,K i rlnif in Ilic I0 i , IhhOhv, I,.'
Knnblod to OHor CuHtomor Mngnillcont BurgainH at PricoH Which
Caunot Fail to bo Popular, Evon in tlieso "Hard TiniOH."
Indiorl IIUIII.I It (ti Imvr ddiriiiliint lo
SELL THE BEST OF GOODS AT THE LOWEST PRICES.
J. BURGER & CO.,
No. 124 Commoroial Avonuo, Cairo, llIinoiH.
GREAT BANKRUPT SALE!
I have tliUday opened ut tlieclil Stand of J. Liirxn-. wltliu
Full Line of Furnishing Boods andNotians!
Which I Will Sell l.t FiKUU.l UrVrv Brf.llr OlTi-,l tOtlll.CItV
THESE GOODS MUST BE SOLD WITHIN
And n They tire tbu Beat ofa Oreut Wlioleunle liunkrupt Stock, it will
Be Mouoy in Your Feckot to Buy of "Ob.
Remember the Place J.
uer Ninth Street and
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 GOODS CASH ON
J. T. WARREN 8c CO.,
Import1!1 nml .IoWmtk of
Foreign Fruits, American and English Pickles, Catsups, Sauoos
4'Himi'il 1iiiIn. I'lsli. Ni'i'il. livi'iiliiu I'riMliiir,
Soup Stuffs, Condiments, Flavoring Extracts, etc, etc.,
Fancy Groceries in Endless Variety
Orders by Mail Promptly Attended to,
64 and 66 West Second Street, CINCINNATI
niH UK'ft"l rw
Burger's Old Stuud, Cor