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ssuf UmUw ty
Tildas seems to be the Dctuacratic
cowing m -
Tiidbx looms, but the Park Horse
ttaj best blm.
Tn SMt Rrf inter ii
ruM Tilden Is honest.
lor Tilden bo.
lln.-iioiiTox, farewell! Mr. Hlsine
so sorry! And who is the Oreat IV
JtlKiB Gri.kx, the great platform
writer, It at work. About "the- times"
look oat for storms.
Dox, the ton of Simon, hat confuted
to not remain out of the cabinet, lie
hat, In fact, gone in.
Tbi Democratic State convention ot
Missouri did not instruct for cither ol the
Wbcn will the co;ij:reional conven
tion be held. Mr. Bross ? lieu will the
senatorial convention be held, Mr,
The Senatorial convention in this dis
trict should be held where ? The ron
jretsional convention will lie held at
what placo did you mention ?
Tut Kneech of Hon. Wiu . II. Morrison
on the tariff is ths best speech on that
subject that hat been made to the House
lor many years. It is plain an 1 strong.
The devil is to pay in Turkey. The
sultan has been dethroned and is a pris
oner; rebellion Is rampant and the "great
powers" arc getting ready to take "a
Larry Harney, the rattal who was
employed by the Republicans to kill
Kerr by a base falsehood, la contemplat
inf the necessity ot a hasty visit to Can
ada, to escape a possible penitentiary.
Tart speech of Our Carter on the .Ma
rine band la having a great run. It was
greater speech than his great speech on
the Centennial. He Is rapidly develop
ing into the orator of orators.
Col. Townes, of Union, ami Messrs.
Albright and Mayham, ol Jackson, are
each desirous of obtaining the Demo
cratic nomination ior Senator in this dis
trict. K other candidates have yet
rushed to the front.
Tai 'New York Herald says the canvass
shows Conkliog Is In the lead, with
Hayes of Ohio, as the proper man for
Vice-President. If Conkling cannot
win then VVishburne conies to the front
at the Dark Horse, tho Great Unknown.
Bumor says Brlgham Young is to be
succeeded in the Mormon presidency by
young loung, and that the Mormons
are to take up their household goods and
uepan oui 01 l tan into the l anaan Cf
Mr. Sai f continues to make a vigorous
canvass for sheriff. Mr. Robinson is also
Luty in attention upon his interests in
the shrievalty canvass. Mr. Iivin has
not yet entered upon the race, and may
conclude not to do so.
T Harney charge against Speaker
Kerr will probably result in his death
He is now so feeble, that his friends fear
he will not be able to make a statement
ol Hi laets connected w ith the appoint
ment that has resulted lu this trouble,
unless he makes it Immediately.
Ji-pcE Alxes will be a delegate to the
St. Louis 'convention, Hon. Win. Uj
Green another and Hon. Geo. W. War
another. Judge Allen will go as a dele
gate at Urge, and the other two gentle,
men as delegates from this district. The
matter has been arranged.
JOhx (j. Uarjjax. Esq., will be a can.
dldate for circuit clerk lu this county this
fail. Mr. liar man occupied the cilice lor
years and was universally recognized as
a competent officer. He will be sup
ported with much spirit by the many
friend he bus in the city and county.
State equality is one of the planks of
the platlom of the Democratic party of
Missouri. The Democratic party, of that
Mate, having no doubt that the national
convention or the Democratic partv
would declare for State equality, ven
tured to assert it la advance ot the meet
lug of the St. Ixui convention.
Htorbv, of the Chicago r,M, will i.
sue an evening paper iroin ins ofiue on
JuneOlb. Whatever Storey undeitaket
be makes successful, and we ha e no
doubt his Etxmug TtUgraph will at once
become a protUablo institution, and take
Its place among the most read papers of
Tbk Democrats of MUouri are good
aouis. la their late State couyenttou,
Utejaaul: "Wfverlhe repna of the
resumption act, but luasumth as tW na
tional Democratic convention will be
kld in a abort time, we will not say any
tuuf about its nuances. We refer the
question to the national convention, and
promise to obey, like good boys, what
ever command U u&y give to us !"
Kepubncans of Pennsylvania are asking
tMSMslvcs: 4Can Camtroa deliver th
goo4 V th fcommodltk referred to be
lij Um renaiylvmls delegates to; 'lucln
M3 by tbe lertus of tn ulleifed
(f9HKMH U to b turned over to Cou'
kiifjla rftwo lor tbe pin.iotuifut of
ptil riimron. tecret&rjof war. We
V nrplstf Biseh a question. Wbeo
44 Kr. Cftoeroo Utt to deliver or to re.
Cintktt of rennsylrsals "kxJiso
etriirj to contract V
U.I J. .. J UL JL-I
the iiamur Auaisnr ri:iti.K
This 4s the day of accusation. It has
become fashionable to charge nil kinds ot
crimes gnlnt all kinds of ienple. Kach
citizen has, if appearances arc to be re
lied upon, resolved himself into a com
mittee of Investigation charged w ith the
duty ol finding his neighbor K'ty 'r
some mean and dMioncst action, and in
consequence ot this general disposition
to lielieve rveryltody guilty ot oinu
meanness, the old rule, "innocent until
proved guilty," has been reversed, and
now the rule is: "guilty until proved in
tiosent." Presently the salutation up
on introduction willl: "ttlad tit have
the pleasure of your acquaintance. What
have you stolca J"' Xo one Is sate. Kveu
Secretary BiNtow, who by his deft delv
ing into whisky crookedness, cave im
petus to the spirit of retetui and suspi.
don, has been uharged with many slim t
comings; Blaine, the niod careful ot
politicians, ha leen smirched ; the ITcsi
dent, the inoit famous man of his day.
has lccn blackened; and now Kerr, the
able Sjteaker of the House, the oul of
honor, has heen charged by a shameless
Villain, with a high crime. We haw not
given the slightest credent to the
charge against Bristow, have not he.
lieved those made against Blaine, have
not for a moment entertained the belief
thai the President has been guilty
of any dishonest practice, although he
has set n pernicious example and been tin:
cause of dishonesty in others, and now
we do not lielieve the charge against
Kerr. What is it It is that Mr. Kerr,
while a member of the Hoiir-c ten years
ago, the loader of the Democratic mi
nority, permitted a door -keeper of the
House, a Itcpublicau, to approach him,
without former acquaintance, and hnhe
him to do an otllelal act for $VK lu
other word, thut a sensible man, one of
the leaden of a great party, a man
of high ambition, for the pitiltil
sum of $1.10 placed his good name and
the fortunes of his party into the keep
ing of a man with whom he was unac
quainted -a memlx r of a party opposed
to his, and a man with the appenrance
of a rascal, occupying a small oHlcc in the
House of Representatives! The story
is too transparent for belief. n its face
it Is a great lie.
HAN Jl ItlStlHl'llOV
I'ha S'nate, alter a long debate in
sei-ret sea-don, has determined by a vote
of 37 ayes and 2!i nays that it lias juris
diction in the Belknap matter and can
try the dishonest member of the cabinet
upon the articles of impeachment prcscii"
ted bv the House of llepn-ientalives.
The following is the vote in detail:
the senators who voted
against jurisdiction will also
guilty." if this is true, General Belknap
will come off clear, since a two-third
yote is necessary to convict ; but it is no
probable that the majority, or that many
of the against-jurisdictiou senators, will
I vote as indicated, if the evidence shall
prove the guilt of the accused. It w ill
i tie observed that both the senators from
this State voted '-against." The Demo
cratic vote was solid for jurisdiction.
Tllie DIM I Kill'.
Hon. Win. Ilart7ell will have no oj
position in the Democratic Congressional
IWtrict convention, and will le nomin
ated bv acclamation. Tin lYii-nds !
Hon. Wui. J. All. ii. at that entlcmaii's
request, w ill not urjrc lu nomination lot
congress at this term. Tin y will abide
by the two-terins rule, in.l await the
more ropitioii time of two year In in c
to uriie uoiLthis iitrict the cluinfo of
their talented favorite to a seat in the
lower house of ( ongres. if in the mean
time be Is not elevated to the gubernato
rial chair or into the scat now occupied
hy lion. John A. Logan in the senate of
the I lilted Statre. On the Kcpuhlican
side, Hon. J. . Willis, of Massac county,
is developing much strength, and will
probably be nominated tor congress hy
his Kadical lricnds. Judge Baker could,
if he would, take the nomination, but he
is satisfied with his present position and
cannot be induced to inter the
list against the swift runner of llait-
dolph. Hon. Isaac Clements w ill not at
tempt to go back to his old scat. He has
bail euough. There U also a candidate
in Perry and one in Randolph aud prob
ably two or three In Alexander, but ap
penances justify us in saying that Mr
u niu w the lavoi ite ot the tield, and
t- . it . i . ....
' a;i pronatunty make tiie race
against Mr. lUrtell. He U an indus-
trioui worker, and w ill use every energy
l" Lat t0 il" C4'1
But, even in view of
tbls isc't, vse are calm, and Mr.
1 1 art ll
Thk Inquiry in the UrilUh nail;suw lit
into Ilia circuimttanifs under whirh for.
tiua hiWiUUts l.ave served as diici;lor
ol private toiuiiauie, would bf iu to sih
ly to Mr. tM-LeiM k lu fact. iIcm upi'ly
to biui. It does not auitear whr th-r ti.
KnvlUb intend to bun the law direc tor
of Kuima or onl v ofi with hlui to 1 ou. r
bill, t'eruaps tltey w ill not do either if
uit-y immoi eauu him, but thix liK.uiry
l .'ALl 1 LI I. IJM. i
Done qnleilj' mikI In
ii' i ih:um i.
l.ilo. May :tttli. A ditpatch to the
Center telegraph company Iroin Berlin
says that a telegram ha heen received
therefrom 'onsfantinople nnnouiicitig
that the sultan has heeu dethroned, and
that Murad Ktlendi has lecn proclaimed
t ot IKMCK
The following dispatch, couiiiiiiiug
the report telegraphed from Heiiiu of
the sultan's del hroneiiient, has lc n re
tisiAiiNiici , May Id. It is ofti
cially announced that at the unanimous
wish of the people, Abdul Aziz, has heen
dethroned, and the heir presumtive, Mu
rad Ktlendi, lias been proclaimed ptittau.
no iiis 1 1 iiii.ixu:.
The '.i Mall Ua-.fllt learns by a pri
vate telegram that the revolution in Con
stantinople was diet ted without a dis
till uance of the public tranquility.
lllkl.s tX I'ARI.lAMEM.
lu the hou--e ot commons. t,j, aiur
noon. Mr llouikc. the under secretary
tor the loreign departinent. in icply to a
question. Hid that the Turkish amla'ja
lor at lAiidoii and the Knylili aiohsc-.a-dor
at Cn.tantlnOle liad iiifni inc. I
Lord I erby, the former minister, of the
dethronement ot the sultan and the pro
clamation ot Murad Kllendi as his mic
cessor. No further particulars of the
movement have been received, hut simul
taneously a telegram Irom Saloniea an
nounces that the proclamation' of Murad
Ktlendi was received there with general
i Nin r, .t AK1.
The dethroned sultan is kept under
guard in a lioique at theextretnity ol the
1111. I'ROt. 1. a i ATIO V.
The minister informed Murad Krl'endi
that he was proclaimed sultan on Mon
day night. A popular demonstration
took place the. next moi ninvr, but no re
sistance was ollered to the new regi.no.
S.UW ACTION- AV 111!'. CMAMiK.
Perfect tranquility now prevails. Both
Christians and Mussulmans evpress great,
satisfaction at the change. The citv will
be illuminated to-night. The ft-stivitie.
will continue three days.
The amount of bullion that. Iiu gone
into the bank of Kngland tonlay is t J.'si,-
On the stock exchange, Turkish secu
rities of all descriptions have been very
strong and active, and at one time were
from :l to fi per cent, higher. It seems
to be ths opinion that the overthrow ol
the sultan will result lienilieinlly.
The Puris market is also very firm.
A C I 1 11 T.K LKTltl!,
Pakis, May liO. -. Tmj f.tatts that
the message in cipher notifying the
Turkish embassy here of the dc position
began ns tollow's: " iVc. Abdul Aziz,
conformably with the wUbes of the ma
jority of our subjects, abdicate." This
was immediately communicated to Due
Dec-axes, minister ol foreign atlairs.
HIE SOFT AS.
The embassy also received a message
stating that the Sottas first required the
sultan to relinquish the title caliph,
which rendered him invoilable. The
sultan soon afterward abicated.
A CUAVCi: IN MI.M3T1.KS.
I,e T' . adds that Murad, the new
sultan, is disposed to remove lliisxeiu
Avni Pasha, the present minister of war.
becaiiMJ lie favored the project of Abdul
Aziz to make his son instead ot his
nephew heir to the throne. t
I I K i l l I. nn.v. i..
The l.u-sian auibasudor lias vi-ltcd
Due Decaz.es. The Litter gave a-siirances
that Prance would loutribute bv ecrv
means in her power to the iiiaintenance
ol peace and t he pir.-erv.n h 'ii ot a guo.l
uiu i-rstanding between the powers.
IN I INANl lAl t IRl i.F.S.
The news of the revolution in Con-iau-
tilioplc is well received in bnlh lnddical
and financial circles. It is believed thai
(he Settlement of the ca?lci dilll. Illtic;
it thereby facilitated.
I UK Nl'W MIN1-1HV.
it ii stated that the new Tuiki-h tuin-
istry will comprise Mi.lhai Pa-ha as
grand vizier, aud S.ikjk Pa-ha, at piis-
ent ambassador to I ranee, mini'ter .r
liiiauce. According to reports published
in Cologne. Midhat I'aha aud the grand
vizier were at the head ol the revolu
I'ltOl'Oall lo.NS Al ( i ri i.
Murad has accepted three of tho pro
jKj.itlons presented to him, viz.: The
institution of the permanent assembly ol
notables, abolition of the (-eraglio," re-
luction of the civil list to .Vhmuaw
iNI i hknck.
It i ronortcil hen- thut l!u;laiil wil-
linu to icrrc' to the Liultiii" t an iuu i-
natioiial coiiliTciifc on the c.'ietcrii iiics
the HlMliif lutmtiKUIIwii-I I i.li'lkc
MUioiirnulii ! I -HrHl4r
I rifiitlM I lit llrbHif In Ik Sevrol
Smtluu ol lUe Nfimlf - liirlnn Ar
Kii Iruiiin I'nrlUnu MhikIjioIiiI.
U'Aiiit.io., May 31. To-ni'rbt,tvcu
those who have )critantly usrerted
Ihcir l.clict in r.hiinc's Innocence are
loni'-faccd. Tin y now uduiil ihut tin re
Is a un lit ibul of Miiokc 'i hc evidence,
to-day, at le.vt, : hows that he Inf hi i n
ulilieeted With transactions Whnh hi"
iioaition t-hr.uM have l.et biui aloll Irom.
.No innitcr how sirony the c vulunu is
which comes in a run t him. no im
seems to think that it .V!!l iuiuie hit
prospects at 'inciunnti.
A M-FCIMKN OIHU Hi. I 1. 1 K.
lu 1MJ3 and Iwil K. K. IVirr was a
ifoverniaent olllcer in lennessee. Ills
awouuts ot JIi.wh) Ijciiiiui ami iieie-
sljrncil. hince then liu lia ix-en kept con
Unually in public olhce with the oliiect cl
irmimr the $I7.(KJ0 back. He has itist
served one term as governor of a h-
in;ton territory, but is i-tui $i.i,UHi,e-
uiud. io-day lie win le-uppoiiiiei, aiui
bis naiue Kent iiil and continued hy the
'J'he discussion in the tcnatc mi iuris-
diciion in llelkuap'ii c-ae was.it is now
laid, i haraclerieii hy very little regard
lor senntoi lal dixniiy. Strippt d of the
legal points Morton took it ui and argu
ed the iiuextion from a partisan stand
point, K ven lor him sonic ot the sena
tor, although they ur pledged
to secrucy. My that ids urguiiient
was a disgiaeo to the lxdy. The ball
once started by Morton found others to
take It up. and so the debate bccsine vsrv
much like w hat might be beard ut a pi
litieal meeting, of course, none of the
arguments us delivered, w ill ever be given
to tbe public. It is proposed that eac h
senator write bis opinion on l lie ijuction
and have that published.
1 . J' - l J LI' "Sill .IX
1 lia liarr NenmlNl.
t Ti l f.l V IVlSK,
Wasiiini.tov. May :tO. Larry llar
uey's story has lieVu discussed more
calmly to-day iin.l ii titter baM iesnni-
vorsaily ndnntted. I rieiuis ot the
speaker who nre solicitous; about bis
health declare thai beyond bis succinct
statement as to thoappointmentoMirocn
be should not be demeaned bv further
attention to the conspiracy, ills health
has grown alarmingly worse under the
lYiuhtlul shock ol'sit.'h a charge and the
worst is anticipated. The cotispirNtoi s
have Hn.iucstionahly ncheived part of
their scheme. Kerr w ill be out ot their
way, since it sccuh impossible tor him to
survive, the i shock. Larry Harney w as
in consultation last nighi with promi
nent Bepiihlicans at the Arlington, and
later in the evening, in
A C'ONI IDKNTIAI STACK. HI Kill N k K.N N I ss,
he made known that he was too sharp
lor them Democrats.'" They couldn't
catch him. Delias gone back to New
York, though the committee demanded
his attendance to morrrow. There is a
rumor that he learned this morning ot
the discovery ol sonic of his pieviims
scouudrclUm in New oik, audit wort
comes to worst he w ill ..'( to Canada to
e.scnpc. th penally ol hi perjury, that
ho will be m proven there does not -eein
o be the si4.,(e. t doubt. His relations
with Dutch lb ihfi. h the mdoi ioie- New
ill 'Ktil.Ali AM' Ml Ill -It.
and his. association with the dregs of the
town bhow plainly wl.v he wa selected
by the eon-pir.itoi . Kerr will to -marrow,
it Iip ha" ?tretifth, make n complete
statcmcnT. His doctor urges this, as he
feared that it delayed Kerr w ill not be
able to appear at all.
I.nlrr- llnrncy Iiicirel .
Wasiiincion, May 31. Harney's lail
tire to appear before the committee to
day caused a ripple ot excitement, and
there are many conjectures as to the
cause of his non-appearance. It is
thought by many that he is in. New York
in the hands of trainers, aud hat remain
ed away htc.tti-e they ate not through
with him. H.i-s,a Kcpiiblicsn member
of the committee, went to .New 1 oik the
same e vening that Haiuey hit here.
The other Kcpuhlican on the committee
is to-night quietly clignged in circulating
the story that clymer has blundered
again by giving Harney permission to be
absent until morning. IK says that
Pratt, a member from New York, aw
Harney getting into tho omnibus, and
that tlio hitter said Clymer told him the
committee would iiof want him until
to-morrow morning. In the mean
time Mr. Kerr's health is lading
rapidly. His physicians ad ise hi leav
ing the city, but he lelu-es to go until
this dialiolica) conspiracy is exposed.
Mr. Morrison has taken control of the
ease, and in a few days it is hocd to hve
tho perpetrators of the scheme shown
up to the public. A private telegram
Iroin New York to-night elates thai tes
timony has liecn laken which goes to
wards exposing the whole ullair, and
that, at least. Harney's true characier
has been brought to lijjht.
(Or If plfteai ia t lins, over)
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A Scene of Beauty, New, Novel and Interesting, Representing
The S lii ol Ti;, Hie v'oiitiiit-lit il I'.ili i.iK c-ic. The liird-ol t lie air. the waleh of lludei-, I be IH-nieim of the .luindc. Hi Mini-leu
c-p. Mis tSal ion; M aieMv, and tboii-aiids ol iiroUviie. llisione and JCepic-seiitalive Cbarac-ters in
taii. atiiiv lu c'aiuivaltiaieiy and Splendor,
Wo Olinllons'O tlxo "Woi'l to Uiicixl Xt
ADMISSIOH-XJeual rrico. 1200 Opora Cushioned Seats.
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I'm lull . ii li. ulais see ricl.iiiali. I'roiaiiiniet, and our IlliVdralc-d Pictoiial, the Advanco Axt-nt. Tlckeh for Ciisbloneil
jK-ra Seals, and uU 'J'ickeis for Jt-neral AdniMsion,
Tov Salo ut the Jewelry Store ot E. & W. Buder, Comer ot Eighth St. and Waih-
i in u lay id Inhibition, fit W o'cl-xk in the morning, at a iiht advance to cover coiinnissionn, b
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ENGLISH MEUACERIE !
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Tho Magnificent Wardrobe
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liu.n.ls l.ii'lie-ol' tin (.,on)t. Wail nr.- Mnlil-t,
snl'liiT", It ittle li ii.et.-., r-la.l in Mttid :irtuor of
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ilrei-.es, siUilJi.l uiili f!mrrali". Itiil
li.n I - .ml M I'liin--. iiii.I Miow pu-d Withhold
alid silver pallltlen. convex unil CdDiuv en, 1 liu
i ...itt .. nun ol Klilmid, with -Uii ., t:iiini-r
a-tiir :iii. h.itl!e-avei of those am lelit Khuh,
fuliiiiii? one of flip i-i-indct and mo-it liriniti
ci nt M:-iit cvi-r heliel.l, Iii toinii-.-llon wi'.litlio
''and iiipi)ilroiiiatii: .nt.-Ui'ln on the public
tr i ts, a iilro during the friand Kiiieo!o
llliintlrniatie fpcctaelc inside tbe irne-Hip-poilroin.iiie
Hinitoriuni, cipahlu ol
SEATING 10,000 PERSONS!