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Mattrr an Krrrr PftR.
JOHN n. OBKBLT, Editor.
ThreMHri Cull fllM Xnllnnnl Item,
ixrntir Uonvrnf lim.
Tlii National Democratic Committee, tn
homUdlfljtatcil the power, of living tlic
tlmo tndplaceor homing the National Pen
ocraUc soaventlnn nl lSTfl, lue nprmliitctt
TuciJay, thot-nty.sovciith tlay ot'.liuie
nut, tiooB.ai the time, .mil H'lectol St.
Loult athe pUrc of holding null cvtiver.
Hon. Kach State will be rntltlcil to a renrvscn
tailonrqual to dsiible the lumber ol lu
ttnitor and nrvetittlv In the eoiv
grt of the United Stile i and the tcril
tory of Colorado. whoe admission In duly
at a Sute will gtve It & vote In the next
electoral college, I also Invited to tend del
egate to the comentlon.
Democratic, Conservative and iMJKr .tJs
xeo ot the Veiled SU'., SfTff.Mfve rt
pvt poutlcal amisx oi sinnc, tf re
oprat wttli tbe rVfOJiws-otif imrc In Its
f reet: tiim jjiii.lim.-is mm eiirilinlrr !
tl:ed Sr. nmdlnc tlolepit.s u Ihe
ax unmiuWtrtUlmt that lis- uwetrfe) tin
j tiiihr tf-mllt tt hefrtmi mt nniio Uiif rir
r ttilntt untl le fivrrc! mtknl : li jr
sutanC rjimmum ti he -Vt .tiM tv far
tilpi jmvnn h- .UHih1 trjul. by nu.Hiit,
mipquu) uiu, pruleui teri1fttfcin: ban
JmjitmiD limimi,' tAXntomnnil wtiUnrri1 it
Jinx: liiiTnnnmuc ha rtmnpncl frriiwlnp
jciwiiicly inn wliicsjinutd siiflurwr Mid
-viae liiu- mniaiiilurotl -tin jmliflr imiitry-f
rritili!.' um iliitiauttji unt) jshuDtilewlly
XJlt't 111! Jill Will Xlllit fthflUld TlUTT 1tM t HlJ!
;r jiiniwl urlnn.. 11. jvrnnirt a.
TlCZUWl Wit 'MOIIT JVtKti 5k SjllQtal
saunas. ui'lx:xt::r df rn of ;eiir
lif i tr nerisy tie bkiic of an
ea-:vr.u. ;c iad free overcmtnt,
cordlily iii.w tb co-operation of thtlr
fiEotr-dttM&tifi ;i effort to attain tbl
Tbomu A. Waiter, Alabama.
S.H. Cockrill, Arkana..
Frank MtCappln, Oallfornla.
Willlm U. iUrnum, Connecticut.
Charles Itea'tcn, Delaware.
Charles K. Dyke, Morlda.
A. 11. Ikwton, Gcorpla.
Cyru I! McConnlclc, llllnoi..
Thomaj Dowllnr, Inili.iu.i.
.M. M. Ham, Iowa.
KikC E. Kalon. KnDsn.
Henry I). McIIcnrv, ICcutucky.
Ilcnry D. Ogden. I.ouisina.
L.D..M. Sweat. Maine.
A. Leo Knott. Maryland.
TVilUam A. Moore. Mljbljran.
William Loch re n, .MInncot.i.
J. H. Sbarpe, Ml-lfvliuil.
dno. (I. I'rlet, MNouri.
(5eo. L. Miller. Nubra-ka.
Thoii. 11. Williams Nevada.
M. V. 11. Kdscrly, .Vow Hampshire.
Thco. t Itandoliih, New Jerfev.
M. W. llansom, North Carolina.
John G. Thompson, Ohio.
J ame K. Kolley, Oregon.
Jame P. Harr. Pcnnylvaiiia.
Wicholai VanSlyck, Jthode Mand.
Simons, South Carolina.
William It. Mate, Tennessee.
F. 8. Stockdalc, Tex?.
B. ll.Bmalley, Vermont.
John Ooode.Jr., Virginia.
John Illalr Hoge. West Virginia.
Oeorgo H. Paul, Wliiconslii.
Thomas M. Patterson, Colorado. !
AUGUSTUS SC11KLL, New York,
Kkkdmck 0. Princx, Maachnsotts
Secretary National Democratic Com.
M'asiiinqton, February '.'2. 16T0.
TlIK Gcrmnn idnmont ol tlio Jtmlic.il
party, In Cook ami Kane counties, Is
strongly In favor on'aJiburnc'n noinlna
tlons iorgOTernor. As far north as IX--cxtur
the fccliiif: Is In laTor of Itiilway.
O.s Wcducsday morning, In tlio L'nlttd
States circuit court at St. I.ouU, Judge
Dilllon sentenced Wni. jcKeo to jiay n
line of $10,000 and to Imprisonment in
the county jail lor the term of two years
for complicity In the whitkv frauds.
Hon. Wiluaji lUi;T.i:r.i. Is devoting
his whole time to the business of his con
stituents, scarcely over being out of his
scat during the house's f-csioiH, and is
never absent at roll call. Tills, too, at a
time when many Kadicat congressmen
arc at home planning for tlmir le-nomina-tion,
shows how unspeakably mean were
the assaults madoupon him became he
left his Mat a few days at the call of n
Tut bonds Issued to l"ox, llowatd, &,
Co., were In payment of a judgment
against tlio city, obtained in our circuit
court. The Issue met the sanction of tho
council and all our leading citizen, at
the time; and althoui;h micIiii Kdtlcuient
cutalled great hardships upon citlens
who hail already paid their portion of the
debt, it vu believed to ), the very bet,!
adjustment of the matter that could be
The .agacious tditor of the Hun wants
to know why, If Alexander eountv is
Democratic, and tho Itadlcals utterly'ilc
morallzed, tlio iluu.ini.v u crylii" aloud
1UI UrZHUIAaUOIif (' . (Illll ri nrni. 1
u.av 0 uau an mca that organt,tion U
a gouu uimg.-ana that inaamut h aa theio
arc reprcscnutlves, senators, con-resb-
men, governor and president to elect, tho
ie oi Aiexanmr county iJemoerats
might Iwofsomorvlce in ilotermiiilii"
thepoliUcal complexion 0t t,u (-eyer d
districts, the Statu and ih luX,m . )
u uiu wuiuy. no uiuugia ru; butlf
u ru HiwutKeii wu ueg piiriiou, auj M
uur coieinior.iry to throw over m tho
luauiio oi ins jorgetiuiness.
Wn.ur.uuxA, in yeaterd.iy moiiilugV
Bullbii.v, ridicule a "graduate,"
uj in mwwer to a question, he wdd
tho word "If" is a noun. "There is au jr I
lu tho way." Will Wllhelmi.ia please!
tell ua to what part of i-peceli '"It "
In that ceoncetloii, bulong.y mh "j
frequently used as a noun ; and the boy',
answer should hnvo called out explana
tlou ; not derision and ridicule, n ho
happent, however, that the boy was
graduate; but a youth from Ullin, wli
has been but a few months at ichool
and expects to graduate two years hence!
Ills present position Is In class '(.,"
which Is next to tho Jbwcst clas In tho
Till', TAX THAT II HLSINT.
Wuliaw lienrd n nuinlicr of our lav
payer. express a determination to irslt
tlio payment of nil tlio tnxe-i elinrgcd
ngalnat them, whether lor Slate, county,
fchool or ndlroad purpoies ; but such
was not tlio sentiment of the meeting,
held lat Tuesday evening. Tho State
taxis Ho cents on the $100 of taxable
properly ; the county lax U 75 cents; dis
trict school tax eonts; corporation
tax 10. ami railroad Intercil lax $2 15.
It was the last named tax the meeting
o.pri'?cd a tk-tei initiation not to pay. It
amounts to more than oiic-lhlrd of (lie
entire lax; mid Hip people feeling that
tlH-ywcre wrongfully Ivgulled Into tlio
Icld tliat creates tlio tax : tliat Hie
authority for Is-ulng the IhmhU that con-
stltulo the ileht. Is f.uiUv, that the rail
road companies to w horn the bonds were
IssiuM have ever prescind a hostile
Iront to the city, and dort" riMhinc thM
affords twa pan hi return ; rtd, rcally-
ly ftailhcr. that tii-IiIipt the Intones Thir
ttie prfrjitctj- at the oit m ninnd smeh
tiiV. the Tfjoliitioii ft rctiM It punncnt
meets not mil hr upprovnl r our rwn
cneliner-.. bin will emnnuiiKl the nj
iprrmilof CTi'r.vhoiy'v)io iinderMtmid!. Uie
nwlry tti.lt ejunpels the MsWtiincm.
hi I he MHmul ami corpuniiUui tu we
h.m- h UKMt bunion ;'lut ve tyiniint r.y
ttwt Mihie Him or the hittur woiilf! bt
iMtt with luiplllcient udmliiHtriition
f publtrnff.ilr.; but the expanse ol our
lto(il- nm be lo44nm'l t.i.tjiii tu it
leonel. mill. Ii wun-eorri'titly Ini'm'ned
n to Hit iiin-ziixps of tlir etliicjrtinnid
bniird. wlli Ik hsseimcl. Let tlic rclcel
lumrfl wdii Qt rvmHiO attd ocmaty im
mjn-ioimcs in sdr of witomv and
rttMBduKM ; J oar citiwn sticcecil in
tfcttr efinrte to rcJkve themelvc- from
lb payinent 0 the railroad Interest tax ;
xsd a new life, a new vigor will po.ve-s
our people, and something ol the old
thrift and cheerful hopefnlnest will come
back again. Failure If ruin ; siicee?" will
again place ti on a looting that will
bring reward to effort a ne,w and better
outlook for the city and the people.
coA i, on, mt fi. u'liicit in Tin:
The .Vow Vork I feral it says that illum
inating gas should bo furnished at one
dollar ir r 1,000 cubic feet ; that ouo dol
lar will secure an equal voliimu of oilier
kind of lights, and that, therefore, every
cent that U paid for gas above one dollar
per 1.000 feet Is money thrown away.
We can't agrco with .lames tlordou.
On the contrary, wenro well settled in the
opinion that it would lie a piolllablo way
of Investing money If every householder
and business man in Cairo, or any other
city, would throw away one hundred and
scvcnty-llve cents above the dollar, In the
purehafo of gas. false notions of econ
omy like those in which . tlio Herald in"
dulgc.0, bring about losses of property1
In every city lu tlic country, equal to the
total cost of tho as consumed. The
Chicago lire, chargeable to tho explosion
ot a coal oil lamp, occasioned a loss equal
to the co, t of nil tlio gas that was ever
consumed in tho State of illliiol", How
tho account would stand in in Cairo
do not know ; but we are absolutely
tain that had gas been in universal
tho property saved through ltn
would pay for all thegas that has hitherto
been used In tlio city, and leave a surplus
largo euoUL'll to nay lor out jiiccl Itglits,
during a period ol ten years or more.
Compare the Immediate outlays for the
several kinds of lights, and tho showing
1 slightly against gas. Comparo tho
ultimate results, and gas will bo shown
to be cheaper at So jier 1,000 feet, than
coal oil or Its preparations at one dollar
J 1ST TlIK TIII.VU.
Wonders will never cease. It (s now
known that disease can be cured by per
mitting rays or colored light to rest upon
exposed portions ol tlio patient's body.
A wider vista than this will open up to
tlio-o who may choose to push this dis
covery. If rays ol light, colored by glass,
can cll'ect mind and body so ctrongly
as to euro mania in a few hours, who
shall say that the same means may not
work efllclently In moulding and eliang-
opinlons? The wrangles among theolo
gians and politicians could bo quieted,
and tho world could bo inadu an elysluni
ol harmony and peace. To accomplish
tills, n number ol gigantic glass iars of
different lutes would be necessary. If
the hue of Methodism U blue, place tho
Methodist in tho yellow Presbyterian iar.
and rant and remonstrate us ho might
during tho procets, ho would comu a!
last to tho yellow views ol the l'reebyte-
nan. rer.ons entertaining the black
vlowii ol' Itadieallsiii, when placed in the
white jar of Democracy, would at soon
as the becalming ray fell upon them,
marvel greatly that they had clung so
long and tenaeioiily to a liiiih e0 mi.
lilted to tho happiness of man or tho mic
cess of Kepubllcan governments-. And
so on to thciiiid. White lights; bliio.grcen
and yellow, would rulo tlio world ; be
th death of liepiiblleanlMii, ami of all
other mental Ills that distract tho human
"Wii.iiiiuii.na" address-, an "open
letter" to Wilhelm, lu whleh sho em
I'lojid the following language: "If
you are at loss as to the remedy for the
present extravagance of the Calio public
schools, Just visit tlio Normal class, now
In session at tho high school bnlldlnt'.
and closely oli.-eru tho ability with
which th., talented Miss Melttido conducts
'c recitation." Thank heaven There
IS. Utl...l ,. I.,
. .vmuu)- WIU exiravaganco
that characterl.es the iii:iii!i.rr.m,.i ..i
ptlbllo KchooN. We have It, and It is
simplo: "YUU the .Normal hcIiooI con
ducted by Mlu Mellride, and hear tlio
recitations." Now, If the,,, , anything
in tho rcclbitloniur tho .Normal class that
will arrest tho extravagance that i liatact
erlze tlio management: nf n... !..
schools, the man or woman who refuses
to attend and "observe tho ability with
"Mel, tho talented Miss McUrhto con
ducts the rceltatloiiH," Is a "Catholic, ami
..,K,lLT ,mr,)oso man to dctroy
Ilia ol.i . . .... J
KchoolMhcn,",)buTvo tho ability, m
and thin mvo our prliool from lluMle
slruetlon thivatened, through itju lr' e'
Till: TAXI'AKR'.t MI.KTI1.
The people of ( 'aim seem terribly earn
est In their determination to resist tho
payment of the taxes levied upon their
property to provide for the payment of
the interest on the city and county bonds
Nsued to IheC. & St. Ii. and C. A V.
railroad companies". Fully two hundred
persons all of them taxpnyers- weiti
present at the Hireling Tuesday night,
and upon all millions and resolutions
looking lo a rcslstaueo ol payment of
such taxes, tin' vote was unanimously
".ije." The magnitude and character of
the undertaking was not undor-cstlniated
ci iitc unanimous determination whs
lo inaVe the liie with the State, and
iIrIiI It to a tlnal conclusion.
Well. the stream I passed, and the
Vridce burord. There U no avenue left
open for retreat. The light must go on
How v3cormly It Is prosecuted, depends
of cYmrw, upon tlio jieoplc generally
nnfliipMi tlc committee to whom Is
charged Uc mty of securing means to
defray fvpcn!c, lurtienUrly. The re
port of this committee, to be made next
TiieMiltiy ex cnlng, will show, we dare say,
that TneAris. for vigorous anil protracted
wr.rfn have !oeii provided. Attend
tin meeting, aid "keep the Kill rolling,
1W have Intimations from Washington
that developments wilt be made within
tew days, that will astound tlic whole
country. The forerunner of this new
sensation Is a mysterious witness who
arrhed in Washington on Monday, and
stopping at a leading hotel declined to
register his name. During the night lie
remained in the hotel lie told the pro
prietor that lie had a package ol very
important paper to uo u-eii iictore a
Congressional Committee, which ho
uare not Keep lu ins room through tear
that lie might lie rubbed of them at tlic
Instance of Interested parties. The wit
ness lilmsclt was heavily armed, and was
amanofgre.it .self-possession, but bo
tiaycd great anxiety about his docu
ments. He wax taken yesterday In secret
to the house of one of the members ot ho
committee before which lio Is to testify;
hut uo oim outside has received even an
intimation of the character ol Ids testi
mony. The impression isgeiieral thatthe
fellow had lightning bottled up to lot
loose upon the president.
Watkiiso.v, ot tlio Louisville Courier.
Journal, declares for Tllden for tho presi
dency. One ol tiio reasons lor tlil
choice is that Tildcn Is the only Demo
crat who can carry New York, and with
out New York tlio Democracy cannot
elect their president. Hut. alter all this
is a mere opinion. Other parties with
equal opportunities for forming intelli
gent conclusion?, believe that Genera!
Hancock would prove quite as strong in
Xew York as Tildcn, and much stronger
in tho West. Hut the man who would
rally all the elements ol tho opposition
tho only man whom the Democrats
could nominate and who could carry
Illinois and Wisconsin, is David Davis.
Ho will, most likely, be the nominee or
the Independents at Indianapolis ; ho is
In fjmiMiiiy with tlio Democratic party,
In no maimer obnoxious to the Mucral
Republicans, and, uniting upon himself
all those forces, Ids election would be ab
solutely assured. ,'
Tiimii; is a promise ot a "dead lock"
between tlio senate and liousoof congress
on the dlplotiialio bill. The government
was maintaining nearly one hundred con
sulates that were of no earthly conse
quence a number of stations at a cost of
$10,000 to $12,000, did not return $100.
I'liesc tlio house lopped oil". Tho senate
has restored them, increased salaries, and
making altogether ouo hundred and liftv
amendments. The house, cannot and
will not pass tho amended bill, lor It Is
nothing less than an attempted robbery
or tho trcRtury to tho extent of tens of
thousands of dollars. Hence, tho "lock"
occurs, and tho fiscal yeai-cnding without
appropriations for the diplomatic service,
our representatives abroad will conic
home, and leave tiio Fulled Slates unrep
resented. For this condition of atlalrs
tho Radical element ol the senate will bo
An luler-State war is in piogress In
Central America. Costa Uiea and Xica.
ragua are at it, hammer and tongs, each
Statu with nearly nun hundred men in
the field, and two four pounder cannon.
A dialt for foriy now troops is pending
ill Casta Kleu ; but tlioeerlous results that
promise lo follow the placing ol so many
men in the Held has caused Mich alarm In
both States, that an armistice with a view
to negotiations is talked ol. The people
of Nicaragua lu a lit of military ardour re.
sponded lo a levy ol one hundred and
eight dollars. This money lias been ex.
ponded, ami the authorities fear that a
call lor seventy dollars more, which is
much needeil.wlll provol.eopctiicbellloii.
lorn war that Imperils life and costs
money, tho Central Americans have no
Tin: number of siiiciilctj among men ol
families Is Increasing at a Irlgbtl'ul rate,
and tho cause assigned is, in fully one
half tlio 'eases, financial trouble, fear ol
poverty and inability to tmpport tlio fam
ily, l or these suicides wu feel no sym
pathy. Tlio troubles and deprivations
they could not bear themselves tlio pov
erty and anxiety tliey killed themselves
to escape, they unhesitatingly transmit
ted lo those who were less able to bear
them, viz : their wives and children. Tho
aclllsliueHj ami cowardice in this aro simp.
iy iictestabie. Couiagcous men they wero
not, elso they had faced tho troubles ami
beselmeiils, and, by living them down.
shielded their families, who wero tin.
used to and unfitted for a contest with
Ckhtain Republican editors Impressed
by tho foolish notion that they can dls
tuiii the equanimity of Indiana Demo.
Tats, are decliiilnir Willi 11 llVhOCl at
air oi sincerity thai It Is a shame, nu out
rage that" Lander m ehentedotitol Iho
nomination for governor, and tho boor
imams, nominated. .Now, this Is tioth-
lnir mom imc Inj. tleiti n linlil.fimmt.
stupid lie. Landers most positively re
fused to permit his iiatne to go before tlio
convention ; and when, in Iho lace of tills
retusal, his name was placed hi nomina
tion, It wa, by Ills iliicelioii, perctnp.
lorlly withdrawn. Mr. William, the
nominee, Is a man of excellent ability,
his iiomiualloii gives entire satisfaction lo
tlio parly, and be will Ijo elected.
Gc.v. Hantock's connection with the
execution of Mrs. Siirralt renders it cer
tain that lie can never ho elected lo any
olllcoof honor orirolltln tho Fulled
States. So says t lie Itlchmonil Dispatch,
and, lu saylng,lt,givn tilteianro lo noth
ing but "bosh.' Pro-wont .lohnson not
only refused to rescue Hie woman from
the gallows, but sanctioned her execu
tion; and Johnson wa afterwards elect,
ed. by tho votes of liorrllled southerns, to
the .second higlic-t oilier lu tlic gilt ol tlic
lr. John '. N. Iliirrlii'ii NfiolN nil lli.it
I'ri'ii v sim'i'Wi (ivisi iii iimnilN
of llic nu"11 mi" ! -hi'iiiiiii .!..!.
In l lie ''.
Cincinnati, Apill 20. The Gazelle to
morrow morning will publMi an Inter
view with Mr. John C S. Ilairisoit of
Indianapolis. -Mr. Harrison makes tho
"At the September, 1872, meeting ol
tlic board of directors ot the l.'nion Fa
eillc road, at which I was present, the
president of the board, Mr. Iloraco F.
Ciatk, called tho intention of the direc
tors ton letter Iioiii tiio president ot the
Fort Smith and Utile Rock Laud Grant
railroad with reference to some bonds of
that road held by tho Fnion Facille com
"Desiring to know something more
about these bauds, made a motion to
appoint a committee ot three to Investi
gate and report iietotu the adjournment
of tho board as to how they camu into
Its lios-es-lon. and all matters connected
theiewitb. Thereupon K II. Rollins.
tho secretary, took me to one tide and
told mo that 1 must withdraw that mo
tion, tor an investigation of tlio bond
transaction would involve James (1.
Itlalne. lie said the tall elections wero
near at baud, and Ulaiuc was a candi
date for re-election to congress lu Mait.".
An exposure oi the transaction jttstat
that time, would bo sure to defeat him.
With that I withdrew Iho motion. Sub
sequently. I took J. ii. Millard, ot Oma
ha, who was and still remains a govern
ment director, to .Mr. Rollins, and In ids
presence asked .Mr. Rollins if I under
stood lilui correctly in relation to the
bond transaction Involving Mr.
iilalue. He repeated that I did,
and that an investigation would bo
sure to kill oil' Mr. ltlaluo at the ap
proaching election. Afterwards, when
tlio Investigating committee, of which
Jeremiah M. Wilson was chairman, was
in session, and K. II. Rollins was on tho
stand. I telegraphed -Mr. Wilson to ak
tho witness certain questions concerning
the Fort Smith and Little Rock bonds,
but in noticing tho dally reports of the
committee, ntterwar.ls, 'I saw that no
such questions wero asked. On tho 3d
of February, 1S7.'I, I wrote to .Mr. Wil-on,
chairman ol tho committee, more fully
about tho matter, detailing the facts that
I have Just stated, but I did not mention
.Mr. Hlaln'.s name. I stated that the
transaction implicated a prominent nieiii
her of thu Republican paily. That letter
was copied Into my regular letter-book at
Indianapolis anil can be relerred to at auv
lime. I never received any answer to tlio
letter to Wilson, but, on thu 2Cth of Feb
ruary, just twenty-three days later, .Mr.
Delano, secretary or Iho Interior, wrote a
letter to a prominent Republican olllclal,
saying It was deemed best on tho part of
tho government to change the entire
board or directors of the Fnion Paelllo
railroad, and that ho thereloro proposed
to appoint some one from Indiana
in tho place of J. C. S. Ilarrl'on. This
proposition ol Delano mot with such
strong opposition that It was abandoned
and none of the directors wero removed.
Wo wero engaged at that time hi maklii"
an active light against the Wyomlu"
Coal Company, which was swindling the
Union Pacillu out of $500,000 or SfiOO.OOO
a year. If the. committee want that let
ter of Delano's they can Hud a copy of it
hi tlio Interior department. Hear in mind
that tills action on my pari as a govern
ment director, tho correspondence to
which I have referred, anil tho ellort on
tho part of Secretary Delano to have mo
removed from the board ot directors, oc
curred in 1S72 and early lu 1S7;J, just
about tho time of tlio rc-eleetlon of Presi
dent ftRint.nnd when neither Mr. Illalno
nor any other man was spoken or In con
nection with the presidency lu 1S70. It
Is therefore unreasonable to suppose that
anybody at that stage of the proceedings
was interested in defeating Mr.
Illaiue's presidential a-jilratlous. This
whom Little Rock road matter would
have been Investigated by the Fnltcd
States court at tho time, but for the kill
ing oil of the Credit Mobllicr Mills. 1
showed to Mr. Jenks, thu government
special attorney, who, willi thn o others,
was charged within vostig.itiug the affair,
tliis order of tlio F.xeeiitivc committee:
Skw York. December Pi, lb71,
"Ordered that Morton. Miss fc o., aro
authorized to draw on the treasurer of
this company lor ?0 1,000, payable at for
ty days Iroui date, and hold as collateral
security for the company sovouty-ilvo
land grant bonds of the Utile Rock and
Fort Smith railroad company bonds of
nonunion copy or it In my presence
and would have entered suit iupou it at
onco had not at all these Credit Mobllicr
stilts filled in the courts, being ruled out
on demurrer. In conclusion. I have to
say that I am ready and willing at any
time to go before the Judiciary conimlt
ten of tho house iimI nmko oatli to tho
fads lu this statement.
hy minimis nl ( itiiu rli.
Dull, heavy headache, obstruction of
niisiil passages, dlcehargo falling into tho
throat, sometimes proline, watery, acrid,
thick and tenacious mucous, purulent,
iniico-purulent, bloody, putrid, ollenslve,
etc. In others, n dryness, dry, watery,
weak, or nilamed eyes, ringing lu ears,
(lealness, Inwklng mid coughing to clear
tho throat, ulcerations, scabs from ulcers,
voice altered, nasal twang, olleiulvn
breath, Impaired smell and laste, dizzi
ness, mental depression, tickling cough,
etc. Only a low ot thu above symptouis
aro likely to bo present In any al ouo
When applied with Dr. I'lerco's Nasal
Douche, and nreompanleil with Dr.
I'lerco's Golden Medical Discovery as
constitutional treatment, Dr. Sage'H Ca
tarrh Remedy produces perfect cures of
tlio worst eases of catarrh and o.icnu of
many years' standing, q'hls, thorough
course of medication constitutes Iho only
sclentllle, rational, snr, nnd successful
manner of treating tills odious dUcaso
that has ever been odered to tlio nlllcted.
HOW MILLIONS WERE STOLEN.
Nei'trennt (Jenrus I'ri'iKtcr Toll lluw
riirlnneM Were .Mmlc liy It) iiiirllmc
.Moiicr lc-tinjcil Wiltrli Mil .Nn
Tho St. Louts Ttmct, of Widucsdny.
publishes a statement iroui Sargeant
George Fender, in charge of tlio signal
station there, made to a 7'iir reporter
Just lielorc Fender left for Washington to
testify before the committee oncpendl
tnrelu tho ticasitry department. Pen
der asserts that ho was public debt state
ment cleik in the treasury department
under Socr-'tarv McC'iilloch, nnd his stall -incuts
lire ' to the cll'ect that
while so engaged lie discov
ered great frauds wero being prac
ticed upon tho government. That each
public debt statement reported money hi
tho treasury that was not mi hand
while tlio govorntnuiit was paying three
per cent, lor money lo meet tcuiiorary
lio.'essltlos. llo says also be dl-eovered
thai hundreds ot thousands or dollars oi'
government money was placed in the
hands of Conledcrale'H outside who
loan d Ii back to the government as in
dividual tumli. mid drew Interest on It.
Wlillo pursuing these Investigations,
Fender was Inlormcd by tho clerk In
tho redemption bureau, mimed
Richardson, that immense frauds
wero being perpetiuted In that
bureau, and that fortunes wero being
made ley reporting money destroyed
wlilcli was presi nted; that only one-halt
the money turned hi for desiiuetloii was
actually destroyed. Thu other half lie
nig divided among jierpctralors of fraud.
Premier icported tlioo facts to General
Spinner who was treasuicr, but tho latter
iluellucd tiitesilgnlioil. sat tug lie dill not
beliuio IraiiiN were being practiced, lu
Match, lMJ'J, a congressional letieiieh
incut committee was examining alleg
ed ll-.'illits III tin. I ri'!iiirv iii'lnllinr
ilepaitment. Premier went to .Mr. F.i
mttiids of Vermont, who was chairman
or this committee and laid all Iho facts
beioro lilin and asked Investigation, lie
replied that the time of the committee
wa too shot t to warrant an extended ex
amination, ami nothing was done. After
Mr. Itoiitwell became secretary of the
treasury. Premier, w boat that lime had
rcllrid lioni the treasury department,
iiilorined him ol discoveries he had made
wldle clerk in this department, and the
secretary promised to Investigate tho
matter. Shortly alter this a man named
Fox, who had also been clerk lu tho
redemption bureau, called on Prou
der stated he had been ap
pointed a detective by secretary Hunt
well to work up these frauds, and want
ed ail the papers and evidence lio bad In
ids possession. Premier declined to give
them up except on order from itoiitwell.
Fox lelt, anil returned in a llttlo while
with a letter from tlio ecretary asking
for the document. Prouder gave them
to Pox in tho presence of a witness who
knew tliclr ilnraeter, and is now lu
Washington. Xo investigation of hands
was ever made. Premier will probably
testify before tho committee at Washing
ton Monday, when it is expected this mat
ter will be brought to light.
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