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A NEW TRIBUNAL.
Thai is what is Proposed by the
Five Members Each From the
Senate, House and Supreme
Who Will Sit on the Returns From
the Disputed States.
Four of the Supremo Court Jus
Tho Fifth to Bo Selected byThcm
The. President Will Not Sustain
f pffil tO tllf S(. I.OIli I.C'l'llM icjn )
Washington-, Jan. 17. The resilient
lias had n relapse since Sunday, when lie
telegraphed Gen. Anpur to recognize the
Packard government it it became neces
sary to recognize cither of tho two gov
ernments, lie has at least gotten fiom
under tho control of Morton and Chan
dler, who dictated the dispatch, and is
now as undecided as to which govern
ment should be recognized as when the
two wera formed. Casey lias' arrived
. here, and says that the Packard govern
ment cannot sustain itscll, as it has only
the support oi carpet-baggers and w harf
niggers. Casey lias seen the president,
and alter an interview said that the Tack
ard government would not be sustained
by ttie authorities hire. During the day
Casey had Ireqneut consultations with
the Democratic representatives from
COINTINU THE VUIt.
The exciting topic of conservation to
day has been the meeting of (he joint
committee, and its final agreement to
night on a plan lor counting the electoral
vote. The New Vork papers ol to-dav
i-umuuiuu uut, a smattering or the liU as
feWnnhn,! fntl.o ;.... I
o - w. v.iv, jityKf (tif tarn infill, I
so that on their arrival the members aiul
seuators were almost as much in the dark
as heretofore. The dispatch to the AY
publican was correct in every particular,
the only open point being as stated in
that dispatch, the manner of choosing
the supreme judges. This has been set
tled by the selection ol Clifford, Field,
Miller and Strong, who are to select
THE FIFTH Jl'lXiK.
This selection was decided upon after
some discussion, the idea of seniority be
ing given up by the Democrats. It is ex
pected that the four judges will make the
chief-justice the fifth member. The only
point made against this proceeding in
selecting judges is that it brings the
politics of the supreme bench in too much
prominence. If the chiel-Jusliee is
chosen by the lour judges named, it will
give the lU.-pu0lica.ia one majority. The
report on the bill Ull not be unanimous,
as Morton voted against it to-day. He
may change his uimd before tho report
is made to-morrow. Members of the
eoniraitUe arc of the opinion that
THE BILL WILL GO IIIROVtiU
The house and sciiate without any sen
ou opposition, and that its passage will
have an Immediato effect in reviving the
business ol the cotintrr. For this reason
the committee Is anxious to get the bill
reported to the two houses. Each mem
her i, in hourly receipt ol telegrams and
letters from business men, asking lor a
sK.-edy settlement ot the question. Mr.
Jiewitt says that .bonds will go up the
moment the bill is introduced into the
house or senate. AuotLer member ol
the committee says that It was the opin
ion of the committee that any party that
AX OBJEC1ION" TO 'J UK HILL
Would be cried down by the people of
me country, who want the presidential
iiuestion settled amicably. An oppo
sition to this measurp, they thought,
would bar any future agreement for a
I aeetul settlement of the problem. The
question is raised that the supreme
judges would make a serious resistance
to being placed in the board. The mem
bers of the joint committee say that they
have considered this poiut, but tome to
the conclusion that there would be no
impediment on this account. The pow
er, ol the board have been kit to the
board, as the member, ot the committee
thought if they once got into a discus
slot., by attempting to define its powers,
th. re could be no agrreeiutnt on the
FLOODS AMD ICE-
The Two Combined Work Wond
rous Damages Along the
Immense Lous or Property aud Mare
(le;ia) IUpu.b to the tinea-) 1 irnes )
AS ANr.KV lOKHKVr.
Pittsburgh, Jan. 10. l.'ain has fallen
steadily since noon, aud the streets and
by-ways are filled to the curbs with run
i. in waters, while the hillsides and
other elevations about the city are send
ing down a swift, angry torrent, which
increases in volume until emptied Into
the bed ol the river Monougahela, which
i comparatively free from loe to-day, but
the Allegheny U yet a solid sheet, meas
uringla some places three and four feet
In depth. There is yet below the city, in
the Ohio river, and below the mouth ol
tho Allegheny, millions of buUtl u
coal-barges which escaped the gorge
tcrday. It Is feared tho rain ot toay
and to-night will start the iee in the A lie.
gheny, which Is ol so heavy a nature that
great coal-barges drawlug seven or eight
reel ars iikejy to be
CatSHED LIkK KCU-SUfcLLs.
If the ice In tbUttream is only held lor
n day or two, the fleet oi black ilia-
monds may be got out of the way. The
ravage! of to-day ' Hoods arc to-day
everywhere apparent, l or miles on
cither side of the stream wrecks are
strewn In almost inextricable confusion
In some places boats are piled two deep,
while the ice Is piled tip In places IS feet
high, assuming all kinds ol fanciful
shapes and designs. In other places the
cakes seem to have been piled un with
most patient care and planed so as to pre
A MITRAL WALL OP ICK.
From indications it will be weeks be
fore these deposits of ico will 1)3 melted
away. One of the worst features of tho
disaster Is the obstruction which must
rasult to navigation between lteunot's
Island and dam No. 1. No less that 50
cratts have found their way to the river's
bottom about the lock. Bushel and
bushels of coal were dumped into the
river's bed above dam No. 2. The chan
nel has been seriously obstructed in
many places by coal. It is estimated
that it will require a month to remove
these obstructions. Fortunately, though
the destruction of property was so ex
tensive, the loss of human life was less
than would be expected.
After the gorge left Pittsburgh in its
wake it swept down the broader Ohio
with scarcely diminished violence. The
Ice below began moving in patches and
in great glaciers, and the set-ties ol the
upper .Monougahela were reproduced.
except there was not so much property
along the shores lor the relentless jaws
of ice to masticate. .Several docks had
been carried awav. so that the damage
done to boats could net be repaired. Tip-
pits have been destroyed and
lllSl.VHcS tiKNKH A1.1.Y EM HARK As-LP.
For sonic lime to coui2 no coal can go
out for tho West or South. So many
barges have gone down and have sunk
in the channel at different places that an
attempt to send out a licet Ltfore these
dangerous places can be found out would
most certainly be Iratight w ith disaster.
The total loss is variously estmated at
lrom $,000,000 to $3,000,000. II tlu-r
be considered the damage already done
and that which is to follow in the sua-
pecsioti ol business ami noni other
Ui1 probably not fall far Mow $3,000,
000. This i empty speculation, how-
ever, and the loss just now is a thing
wlikn" cannot be found out. Many of
the coal dealeis and river meu w ho made
a rough estimate put it at $3,000,000,
counting the losses w hich the operators
must incur in the practical suspension of
their business. One thing is certain,
such a disaster never visited Pittsburgh
before. It is a fact, however, that most
of those who are losers are able to meet
the loss. Some of the dealers w ill be
nearly crippled, but most ot them will
quickly regain their feet, and all ol them
in time. "The estimate I would place
on the loss by the breaking ot the ice iti
the Mouongahrla and Ohio rivers down
to Cairo," said Mr. Brown, a millionaire
coal king, to your correspondent to
night, "is $10,000,000."
AT CINtTNN AlI.
Cincinnati, Jan. 1C 1'iytr men are
in a fever of excitement now over the an
ticipated flood whieh, in connection with
the vast quantities of tloatiug ice, they
fear, will cause turther loss. As an evi
dence of what may be expected, the Lick
ing river has to-day been pouring out
the heaviest Ice ever known to come from
that quarter. Owing to the hitrh stage
of the Ohio the ice di J not seriously dam
age the cratt which lies in the mouth of
the Licking. The only loss here to-day
was one loaded barge of coal, which
broke loose from Waters' lauding and
w as lost.
Al I'ADL't All.
Specials lrom Paducah, Ky., to night,
says there have been losses up the Ten
nessee river amounting to $100,000. The
Little Condor, with a tow ol salt, from
Pittsburgh, lying at Smithland, had a
barge sunk and carried away. The
Ohio was reported closed at Smithland,
but could not long remain so.
Admiral W hit thorite.
lMftiij.hu Appeal )
The conspiracy concocted by the hire
lings of Grant's corrupt administration
to destroy this distinguished Tennessee
representative in congress has justly
aroused the contempt and indignation ol
the Amdrican people. No act of the in
famous dynasty at Washington not
eyt-n the celebrated safe-burglary con
spiracyapproaches in baseness this en
deavor to destroy General Whitthome
by a put-up job to circumvent and dis
grace him. Tho substance of the story,
which has alreaJy been given by the
AijcuI, is that Cbief-ol-Police lilt-hards
was approached in July last by the tires
vVmtot Ui board ol i.oUuc, Mr. Murtay.li,
uie editor oi Uraut s personal organ, the
nasiitugtuu liejuibhcun, with a propoi.
tion to employ detectives to watch Mr.
Whitthroue and to decoy him into some
disreputable place aud there arrest and
disgrace him, unless he promised to per
jure himself by changing his report dam
aging to the reputation ol Secretary
iiooe.cn. i ne Appeal dispatches yes
terday announced that Murtagh had. un-
tier oath, boldly coiite.sed tho villainy.
The charge was so monstrous that when
it was lirst made by Chief-of-Police
Kichards, the Kadicals pronounced
it a slander. Tlu work was so diiiv
that the chief ol police could not engage
in it. Detectives were, however, put
upou the track ol Whillhorue. They
followed him lu all his nubile and irivut-
meandering, ihey dogged at his heel
lor iiiomni, noping to Una some irregu
larities in his lifu which would destroy
his forthcoming report exposing the cor
ruptions of Itobeson, as secretary of the
navy. But these spies were foiled in their
nefarious job. The nure and blameless lift;
oroenerai nnuiuorue furnished no ma
terial tor the knaves ready to manufac
ture falsehoods on the smallest pretext.
people of Tennessee congratulate
Oen. whitthorne on his triumph over the
"...aim aeewing ins uestruction. It is
impossible to find language strong
fw1 10 dL,,"ce this job, put up to
son. yiM" 01 . t-ivorlto
liunM i r , . UttVe UUidu tUe wlminUtra
tiou ot Crant a uatiouul stench.
Keetmil litv' nnlioilii lor Nrnuior.
Log-nit Short Three Voir.
(SmtIu1 In the St. t.oiii It-publican.)
Si'MNui iKi.n, 111., Jan. 17.-Inning
the debate in the house this morning Mr.
Ilenington rose to a question of privi
lege and suid that a member on hi side
ol the house had been approached in an
unlawful way tor his vote lor senator.
Mr. Granger said that a member could
not rise to a question ot privilege unless
he .vas personally nflocted. Mr. Iler
rington said he wished to offer a resolu
tion lor a committee of five to investigate
the matter. The speaker said that it be
ing the order of Introduction ot bills the
resolution was out of order. Mr. Smith,
of Chicago, moved to suspend the rules,
which was done unanimously ; and the
resolution was adopted without an ob
jection. After receiving a message lrom the
senate on joint rules, the house pro
ceeded to organize Into a joint session.
Another joint ballot In the senatorial
contest was taken at noon. The day be
ing very pleasant, the state capitol was
crowded with visitors. The galleries
were tilled with four or live hundred of
the most distinguished society ladies ot
the state. Especially noticeable were
Mrs. Logan, Miss Logan, the Misses
Culloui, Mrs. Charlotte Smith, editor of
the Inland Monthly, Mrs. C. F. Farwell,
Mrs. Powell, of Scott count v, Mrs. Sena
tor Haines aud the lanillit s of many ol
tho state oflicers and member of the leg
islature. As honored guests on tho
platform were ex-Gov. Beveridge, ex-Lieut-Gov.
GltL'ti, J. V. Scanituon and
Mr. Hoot, ol Chicago, and Hon. Mr.
Smith, an ex-speaker. There was con
siderable enthusiasm in the ladies' gal
leries, especially in the vicinity ot Mrs.
the i iksi joint ballot
Was taken, the result being as follows:
Logan, PS ; Palmer, SS; Davis, S ; Ander
son, 7; Washburne, 1; Parish. 1. and
Lathrop, 1. Mr. Sexton, in the house
yesterday, voted for Palmer, and to-day
voted w ith the iifcK-mients, for Davis.
Vr. Boydston w ho was absent yesterday,
was present and voted for Logan. scna
tor Buehler voted lor Washburne; Sen
ator Haines voted for Parish: and Mr,
Eastoa voted lor Lathrop. Ail the mem
bers elected to the legislature were pros
ent and voted.
HIE SECOND BALLOT
Was immediately taken. Some excite
ment was created by Senator Paddle
leaving Logan and voting fur Wash
burne. The clerk of the house in very
lying the roll-call stated that Mr. Pal
mer, jr., had voted lor Logan. Mr. Mor
rison, of Christian county, called atten
tion to it. Mr. Palmer said that he had
not desertpd his lather, and had voted
for him, This incident occasioned some
merriment. The speaker, in announcing
the vote of the house, said that Logan
seemed to be the choice. Senator ltobin
son, Democrat, objected to such declara
tion, and asked to have it omitted.
Senator liobiii'on moved to take a re
cess until 3 p.m.
Representative Granger oflered an
amendment to adjourn until to-tuorrow.
The amendment was lo-t and the original
THE lllllib BALLOT
Was taken after the recess and resulted as
follows : Logan, I'S ; Palmer, K) ; Ander
son, 7; Davis 7; Wahburne, 2, and Par
ish 1. Mr. Laston, Republican, changed
from Lathrop to Wasbiirne. Mr. Sex
ton changed liom Davis to Palmer.
THE KOI HI It BALLOT
Resulted Logan, 100: Palmer, M: An
derson, 7 ; Davis, 7 ; Parish. 1 : Haines.
1. S'-nator Buehler and Mr. Ka.-ton
changed from Wa-hbiirne to L",m.
Great excitement w as Manifested in ap-
plau-e ou the Login side. Mrs. Logan
took her seat on the Republican side of
the gallery and li d the applau-e.
tif i ii hallo r
Was the same as the fourth.
"IX III BALLOT
Resulted in Logan, MM ; Palmer, SO ; An
derson, 7; Davis. C: Parish. 1. ami
1 laities I. lit ibis ballot Mr. Ilickey, an
Independent, changed from Davis to
At 4:3J p. m., the Kw-ion adjourned
until to-morrow morning .
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health and strength, the diet should be
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are disturbed by improper or hair niasti
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results of abusing the digestive organs
is Hostetter's Stomach Bitters, a most
aaret-able, prompt, and n. r.llu remedy
lor uispep,ia. and lor the billions and
evacuatiye irregularities which result
from it. The liver and bowels, in com
moii with the stomach, experienee its be
nuiceni linuicncci. The refuse of the
system is carried oil through its natural
outlet, a healthy How and secretion ol
tne bile is promoted, and a powerful iin.
petus is given to assimilation h, eonse
qucnee of its use. It healthfully stimu
lates the bladder and kidneys when they
are inactive, and by iu tonic and n "ti
lating action fortiiies the system against
malaria. 1-17 -fit
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ANNOUNCEMENT FOR 1877.
The number for .tanimt v bej;iii the nine
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1. A new stria'. toi ,
'The '! !1 of I. -,"
by Gcorire Mac.!otiaUI,author(d "M il on.'
"Alee Forbes," "Robert Falcotit r." etc.
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.". A -eric-of popular paper- on
Art 'i, id Art .V-if.v ,
by Edward Slrahan (Karl Sl.intn, author of
"The New Hvperton," etc.
4. Illustrated sketches ol Travel, er.titled
Hctitrr -oi-i Vi ('(,
hy Ed ward KiUir, author ol "I ho tirtat
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