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Til Rtahl conclave or the Knights
Templar of Teiuicsee was held in Mem
phison Thursday an I Friday l l
wit k .
Tiik tjucstion l :ititiirmtit iit lias tint
yet been definitely settled by Hit; l ifi.da
ture. The last proposition is to .'uli.mrn
on the 321 iust.
' !nZ2 .i."IT '- KiiIh He
IMilse i he Knrtln.
-1 nr.lllK ii( resolutions h.lVO
lie I II Iiioia legislature calling cm coinm
to aid In the construction ami protection
or the levees on thn Ohio und MisiN.-ip,
riveri in this state.
a oinoiat statement Issued v the
treasury department shows that the l.
ri.cuun culled States debt from
kla.wti 1 lfi"(t - , -t a . .
""'""i""" April .11, l,., was
Hex. KiLrarKiCK desire to be s;-nt a
minister to Chill. If wo are not mis
taken Gen. Grant once sent Ki.'patrlck to
full!, and the Chilians requested Mr.
Grant to take Kilpatriek home a.'ain.
There wai a woman at t lie bottom ot the
matter, and it wasn't Kilpatrick' :-
The Jtusslan army of the south, now In
t ha valley of I fie Danube, or marching
tliither.numtxrs. It Is stated,27,(N'0 men,
organiwd as follow: Infantry, 1 43,
UUO, cavalry, '.17,000; artillery. 10.O0O;
engineers, 10,000 ; bridges corp, 7,000;
ambulance corps, 4 000. When
u junction is tlT.xtcd with the
armies ol Montenegro, S rvla, Herzego
vina anJ Itoiiuiania, the united slrcnth
w bic.li the czar will hurl against Constan
tinople direct, will be over 4X),000 men.
At Odessa, Kerson, Kleu. and some oth
er cities not far from the Truth, are
100,000, who form an intcral part of the
army of the south, and could he. brought
to Wallaelia In less than teu days, ho
that Turkey is attacked by 500,000 men.
MASSlMj 1HK IKools.
I.OM...N. .May tl.-l . ,k ,
1 Ulkldi loici s iiih ar to tie ncis-siio'
ward.i iii..(iia ami IIiwi. i..,, l i u...
""- utrcciion in Mint h ,e Russians, bv
iiii-ir movements. Won 1. 1 m. ........ .. 1...1,
1 . ' 11 "
...ie. mesne 10 pass the river, but tin
I 111 L ..t!H . . . . .
.... in Mm foiiuni to remain pa,
vit-.ti.. .... 11... .1 .... . .
j ii"-- ueieiiMvc ami make no en
in avors ai any counter Miuke or forward
jveiiieiii vvnieii tiugni ani I hem Inform
.... in eiiiiiii-.iiiiiiiuiii as 10 inn point tit
wuii ii me ai fai'K may lie una,- upon their
.v iiiuii, iy nn 11 iorees lin y may be
aisailnl. In Asia the Russian l.nees are
uiivaiiciui; 111 a semi-circle towards Er.e
rouni. whilst the Turkish lores are con
eentraUd in a triatifflo composed of
Krzeroum, Oiki and Kars.
HIK KI SSU.N Si ni.Mii n.
Aeenrdinir to lnriirtn.it I 111 ft...u.I.... I
here there are no less tlmii liiiian
cii-lu.-tiiig and supporting tlie move
ments, mi that we ihhv I-. l.r..,, 1 ...
hrarotthe lirst battlo
loil-ht soul hot Kats. and roll..u..,l
(ietshevan and I Minima to Midehim-er
lliil lias. tn a et. whin. tl... f..ri-. .r.i
have to take up a position fir the .let
K-nse ot fcreroum; tor il the crest oftl.e
mountains Donler iiL' Krrernnm n,.,
east Is won .
fie wrt.le tellers mfviifij: l. omerats In
tO Klllllll.t .. 11 .. . . . '
1 .. oaiiL'iir.nioii, un
wav. i ,r , opposition. Hej.rtj.beeii
aitaekhiir Senator Cordon unite severely
for an alleged "un.,.rstaiiin!-' iM.t we..;.
J.....UU.I .in ,.c,nn loun? iiraw-n 011 one
v n ' V" ' " Hie other.
1 V vvhieh hliliusteim? was (o oeao aiel
l.oui. and .South Carolina were to b.
Thkkk Is a row in the ItepuMiean
r ump in I'eiuisylvaiii i. The Republi
cans in the western pillion ol the state
have become tired of wearing I lie yoke
of the Cameron ring, and are organiz
ing for a fight against the "old man'
and his followers. Old Simon Cameron's
will lias tor twenty years been law wilb.
the Pennsylvania Hi-publicans, and he
bus ruled Uic fetatc as with a rod of
iron. Volitically, he hits made and un
made men at pleasure ; and there has not
been a governor or slate ollleer in the
Ftate for years that was not a c reature of
this wily old political trickster. 1 lie
present bolt is formidable, but that it
will be tucceftsiui u taking the control ol
the blate out ot the hand of the Cameron
f in remains to be seen. it is to Iw
te cd that it will.
r. -X! iteme nt over the ixrliaoientary
battle, which Is to begin in tn nouse vi
poiiinions to-morrow, aimosi oversn.iu-
ovvs the interest tell in the indications ol
war. It is arranged to devote .noniiaj
and Tuesday oil Gl nMoiie s resolutions.
and a decision s to be taken me m-coiiu
night. At a conlereiiee ot tlie l.itierat
leaders ii'Jay, it was uecmeu 10 unuw
tlie course provisionally agreetl upon
Wednesday, bv voting for Sir John Lub
bock's nml-ndmcnt in t..vor of the pr
vions (piestion. and, therefore, in con
demnation ot Gladstone's resolution.
W HAT THK KKSOI.VT10X4 MKAX.
The "eneral interpretation of these
resolutions Is that they call upon parlia
ment to alllrm that the responsibility for
the war rests with the uiisgovernmeui
tiiiil oiinression of the porte : that Uritisli
sympathies oiijiht to bo on the side of
Turkey's assailants, and Uritisli power
otijjht to b( exerted in conjunction with
Russia in order to bring about a dismem
berment of the Ottoman empire ol
Kurope. It Is estimated that somewhat
mure than a hundred Libcnl w ill vote
wiih Gladstone. The argument of those
who deprecate Gladstone's course is that
it he should be supported only by a
small section ot the Liberals he will have
Tub news from tie; seat ot war is (A
most interesting character. The Ku
sian army, numbering' nearly 150,000
un n. is pushing forward, and the Turk
are concentrating their forces to meet
ami cheek them it possible. The Turk
ish troops, however, do not number
above U.0u0. and a portion of these are
irregular troops. They are stationed at
three different points about sixty miles
apart. Tlie movements ol the Russian
fom- indicate their objective point to
)jc Erzi rcuiu. and it is probable that the
lirt Important battle will be fought near
thisplaire, bbould the Turks be deTeLt-
ed. they will undoubtedly fall back to
the mountains and try to bold the .ses
tjftween Getshwan andlXlimiua. If the
Russians gain the bights bordering Kize.
roum their march through to Constanti
i.ople will be made, comparatively easy.
At all events we may look for exciting
oevtt within the next few days.
Tut Ptiiladilrli'u papers say that
Pennsylvania receive with characteris
tic complacency the unexpe-c-ted decision
'uf tbe tupnuie court of the 1'i.ited
States ordering the relunding ot the
'million and a half dollars.' liut l'liila-
elbia U not to be thwarted in her pro
ject for a jiermanent exhibition. "She
will a-k help from all sldej ; fhe will in
vitc visitors Irom every state and Urri
iory ; slie will fje grateful lor every eon
uibuUou from foreign powers; her
'home w ill be o n as they were a j eur
ago to those who visit her; but now, as
la-lure, she will rely entirely upon her
li." Heroic l'biladi Iphia I She w ill
eotitinue to Land round the bat and take
all that people will give l.er, and if that
is not enough, she will muke op the rest
a-t unjust discredit on the strength of
the party opposed to any nrmed Inter
vention in lietiall 01 lurwey. 11 ne iiius-
ters a creditable followin" lie will have
rendered Lord lluntmtrlon s position
almost untenable. In cither event he
1U have divided the opposition into two
camps, and thereby played into the hands
ol the government.
lilt I'OIITK ACT KIMS.
Bkri.iv. Mar C. The Porte has olll-
eially notified Germany ot Us acceptance
r a German protectorate over Russian
so eets.alt ioulMi iK-rsons who loniieriy
J . '. .. r.t.T. . m .i. 1 ...;n
U.. IH III lll ILIISiail OlHI'l.ll Hliw: mil
Tilt S lUIIHMli
Moscow, May C The czir address
Inif the estates Saturday, saul: ".-ux
moot lis ago expressed hi re tlie hope of
a peace fill olutlon ot the eastern ipies-
ti..n. I wished to spare to the utmos
II... t.reciolis blooil Ot I1IV SUbliftS, but
my t Doris have been in vain. .My hi-
cho iell manifesto announces to the cm
pin; that tlie moment t foresaw had ar
rived. To-dav I am happy to b.; anle to
thank mv iM'o'ple for their patriotism, 1
which has U-eil piovej by l.-'il. 1 neir
readme.s to undergo sacritlcis t-vceed:
our ex ctations. May Cod as.ist you
to fulllll our taK anu ill- "r roops.
who are about to engage in combat lor
the faith ot the emperor an J the lather-
Sr. pKTKUsm-r..:. May 0. lhe czar
will make a solemn entry into St. Pe
tersburg on Monday. While in Mo cow
he received a deputation of merchants
and German re-iilents. who presented to
the empress 25,000 roubles for the
A r.CSSIAX KtrfLSE.
An Krzeroum dUpalch, dated May 2,
sivs the Russian column, numbering
12,000 cast of Kars. attempted to
force the pass at VarUhan and were re-
The Russians twice asaulted Kars but
were repulsed with heavy loss
Abdullah, the famous Kurd chief of
Van. is about to start with 10.000 Kurds
for the Russian frontier,
1 At.LING HACK
A dispatch from Constantinople states
that Mukhtar Paslu telt "raphed. on
Thursday last, that in consequence ol the
rri-erit ensraifemetit laTore Kars the Rus
sians were obliged to move back to their
camp. Liirht thousand Russian, are
encamped near Ardahau had not y f
a nint UKii's sionv.
- - I..M.U.X. .viav (..-The return and
'"'o. M. I'limey nt Man
. .no.1seoo.1y oeiore yesterdtv is sur
rounded with tin- most intere'stitijr cir
euinstanees, espeeially so to S-rjft. G,.r
ham. Puire, and the ciiiels ol Hie. Radical
ttty in California. Pie-icy was the
chl.-t deputy of Spalding, ll.e naval pay
master at San K'raueis.-o. Ill 11...
itter, at thr breaking of Itulst....--
In the fall ofl ?:.-.. I. ...(Ill t.. I.u .. .1..
faulter t j the amount of jd.ii.OO1). Spald
ing was tried by court martial and dis
missed from tlie service r..r ..n,..i.,..
iiulxcominir an olli..r. ti,.
charts Ixnig shifed against Pin.u v
W ho had
JL'MI'KD TIIK Col VrKY.
It wa always supposed flint tl...
was not half diseln...! - . ' .
wi.ri.i mini a month aifo. when lie re-
turned (ilisjriiisl) to tUlitornia to win
back his w ife w ho. at his Uep trtiin-.
through the machinations ot vVm. IJ.
Cnrr, a hiding Republican politician,
was divorced from him.
Pinnev. when with Soald ng. wa the
broker for all the Radical politicians 111
California, and in that capacity had doeii.
ments which would prove ihe dish inest
practices ol many ot them. These docu
ments he was compelled to have with
his wife, and it was to get her to join
with htm in exposing the ring to the do
.virtmetits here that he went home, in
ilisL'iiise. Three days alio bis statement J
with documentary evidence was received
here on which he a-ked immunity lor
TWO PAY AOO.
Secretary 1 hompson telegraphed bun
that as far as Ins position in the navy
was concerned he should have it. He
tore leaving Pinnev transferred his prop
et ty. about $100,000 made in mining spec
ulations, to Carr to settle up and hold
for him. Carr put it all in his own pocket.
Pinney now has satistled the bankers
who are anxious to get back the money
lost on pay eertitlcates raised br Spald
ing and they ?.re backing him against the
According t ilc .0,al bureau'
".r, llm com ! the I 'i.U
s'nteali, ls; Was ,', bushels,
or n round number p,wa"f,"Vs
It Is now enimt...i 1... natural in
crease ct acreage in hilh t'r ,,ou. C
'"''iptlon.eol.ielli the prob
aide Increase 01 ...., the western
slate-chould the p sulvaiic d price
ot coin lb. ...,.1... .11 willi
I V Tl?,' hjrV't. hue InT a larger
" Id than ever 1,1,. therelore,
l. ly estinoiie thn',c corn crop '
i.iNNi I.,., 1... 1 ir,: t ii'ioi-i"
'g' Price of ,..,, ...j.. .1 ,v . liiL'."st
III Massacl.iij..rru .... 1 1.. K ns:.
'' and 2.1 cenf. rc.-pii I v. "lnU
an avernirp. n.i ,,i. .... ... t . oru at
cents per bushel, wild represent
nionev vain.. ..i- i:uyia. i estimating
tbeyie,.m ,.m.. ,. v, ,,nsVl liu-h-
'hit it Is ie..l iiui the average
rt...... ...:i. . . . . . J ....... ....it.
nv mil, Klioillil III iMtrll '
tmue, In; above m e.tJ Corn is our
most important cannot be
too larire to m... t il i.m.. and I oreign
Tl T.iU.u..V ol .he VV1K.I VV...1.I.
HOLLOW AYS PILLS-
... ,.i..iit t n..iiuw.. raisa"""
1 1. ''
1 in v l. ii'bn hi' t il
popu'.ar Literature, ticience,
ANNOUNCEMENT FOH 1877.
' .V ..r 1-ilN !.iviimr. l""'
I send lor n'lla-r 1.0 .
,"'"r;V.'ll.,U.WHy has tine
tschrnH" i.iiu my bul I"' " liiil-
nr7,or . ";-;:i;mr;,r:i .,,e
, ., IM S. in the ' "V,,,; ....... Ims Ir.t "
oiniim-ni is'"..... .." -" : . nue ,r ro..r
.k...l me IU I Utiatoi -
UlMMl 1 it skiir tiriCC
. lit n. h .r iTewr -l
want o' l','e ,'"u
. . 1... hauin the niue
Thenunnipr ,7,,'"'" "' ':,,,, B,,,i while
tl. nth volume of "iiT, "deemetl
p.s oast record Will, l """v"' ...f uenre,
a.tltUi ient s?r.uwo oMture
o fffi.rts wi 1 ne s ' ' u,,,tlsed sui-
tractions ami m ri""
r,.,,Hhr Hauling U 1
1 7 Emphatic Sum. 1
eoii.lu. lors ill oe w;"' , r refined and
Literary K..terU.n.net of TneM.nl ia
i varied eh.ra. ter. a. we v 1
aapli ean. "Jeil view, 0
St. LouiD, Mo.
I, H. HUBWOOU,
FULL LIFE SCHOUrtSHIP S8I CO
nut iiiforiunvioii " wor,i. to
...i.imts of itenral interest, ? " ,,..
THnrrl or i.r LU.t.lneotl's Mspaii"'
For uuwuwwu- - -;ViVl-Uve Vu
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1 Ml 1-11
I he I'opc'a A,iare l lbs lMIrUns.
IIomk, May 0. Piu.en h.indred French
llgriins were receivcil this morning at
many distinguished prelates. Viscount
1 Mums read an address and presented
rich ohVruitfs ol the faithful. Ills holi
ness, st.-indiuir on tbe throne, delivered
an eloquent speech. He addressed the
pilrjuis lu atl'eetioiiate terms and blamed
the governments who consider as revolu
tionary demonstrations the religious
manifestation of the people who demand
liberty for the bead of tho c'aUiolie
IAI.T AXU OIIA.
Invar UM5-''' 1
Disorder of the Kidneys.
. ,.-.. svioeii in t tie loin, over tli
rcfriund ol'lliii kulnry.. tliec I'llls sliuul'l lie t
ken au'imluiil o the .rinlc'l lilrit'llons. and thr
Ointment alionlil be well riil.lxd Inlullw small ol
tlie liuek 1.1 ItI time. Tin. trvutment ill sivc
alino.t Ininietliuli.' 11 1 it-f ln u nil otlicr Imai.i
For Stomachs Out of Order.
No medicine will eflKtnally III. prove tlie
tunc n the alomai b an these Tills; llic-y remove
all acadily ei:r.-niji'l ull.i r liy iiiH'incrunre t
ini.r.er diet. T hey teneh ll.e liver ami leduee
it In 11 healthy action ;th. y ure vi oniU-rl'nlly ellira
riiiii. in i-ta ol s.-iu 111 lact Uny netcrlail in
curing all disorders o. the liver ami rtoiiaith.
llUl.I.")VA S I ll.l.Si are tlieUst known in
the world lor tlie following diaeases t Aue.
A-tluiia, It 1 ) loon C omilaiiitH, r.loti'lica on the
Un, lluwels, Consinutnion, lelnlitv. Propsy,
lijMliUry, KrysilH-laa, renule Irivyului ities
r rvt-ra fit all kilpls, fits, lioiit, Ite.nlailie. Iieli
uestion, Inlljllillliiuon, .lull, dice, i.ier Com
plaint 1, l.iiiuliMKo, I'llra, Uheuniati-m. Kiuti
tion of urine, ."crot'ula or King's Kvil, .ore
'lliroat.s, stone aiel c.ruvi-1 1 lu-Houloiireux.
'luiiiora, l lcers, W ornii.f l11 kiieU, Wtukiieea
Irom any catue, etc.
r?aints, Oils, Varnishes,
Jvall Papor, Window Glass, Win
dow Shades, Ate.
V.wnyi on baml, tbe celel.rateil tlluniinatln
13 i llclluc
None are genuine iinlcas ttie eiirnaturv of .1.
llayilock, a HKent for the L'nilnl Malm, ur
rouinia ea:h box of Tills, an.l illntinnit. A
linn.laome rrwanl wil, I jriven to any one n n
deriiiK such luloriimtion ii may lea'l to the
ill tcitu.ll of any party r partiea counterieitinjf
tin iiieillcims or vending the sume, kuowiua
them to be tpurious.
, f ul'l at the in .nnfuctory f.T Troft ssiir IIil
Uiwat Co. , New York, anl l.y all resictttl.l
ilruiiitj. ami Umlra iu meii'cine tlirnughout
the civiutel WorlJ, In Doles ai ceuia,
c-nta aii'l SI euch.
fft l litre u coBiar-ble sav;iiit ly lniB' toe
luraer ai.in .
. It. inrwMous for Ihe auelance ol putltuia
in every ilinort' ."ure ullilf 1 to eai h oo
Office, 11 -s a iberty Bt., New York
no u:.,l, ,,;i (hut '
. ... - w on band, or sped
I he toinnuiin"" - . -urattive
slly eogaaeJ. embrace a hUly a tr
i,si .t t. '". :;:. cience J
akeUbcs, narai.-. i " -Jt. trUi-
art. poems, popular tssajs, liurji)
i cl-ni. etc.. e'e-
A Inrea tirncortlon ol the articles, espc
cialiy thoae descrtpiive Ol travel, will bo
Profusely ami Beautifully lllitttrated.
The pictorta e nibelll-bmi nt of the Mag a
line eoustittite one of its many attractive
In aitittlion to the (leneral Attraetlnn ol
I.ll'I'INCO l'T'8 MAdA.INK. the I'uli
lisher would invite attention to the follow
ing Special Features for 1877.
1. A new serial story,
''The M'tr'jnii of .osiir,"
hv Oeorire Maedonald, authored "Maleom,"
'Alec Korbes." 'Kohen t alconer," tte.
To those ot our readers who are familiar
with Malcolm,'' this new stoty from
the Den of this rtiatmeuished writer will
need no reeommen'lat.on, and hl reputa
tion Is a iruaraotee to oltiera of a rteejily in
terestiDg and powerful story, ft began lit
the N-ovenitier number, wtiii Ii tsu. with
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Sirct'lih Sr entry and Life,
Scribner s Monthly
rite lreliinHlin S'j.iveul.iif m-
Ureaa In t.&IrM Steanla...
WasitiNOiox, May 5. Tlie objections
to postponing the extra cession ot con
gress have all been waived, an 1 the lol-
lowin was issued this afternoon by the
president ot the I'liited Mates ol At. er
Whereas the final adjournment of the
fortj -Imirth congress without inakin
tin: usual a,ipropnat ons lor tho support
of the army lor the tiscal year endinsj
June oO, l7-'s, presents an extraordinary
occasion rcijuirmg ihe presid.-nt to exer
cise the power vested in him by the con
sul utioti to convene the housed ot con
gress in anticipation ot the day fixed by
law tor their next n.eeting, now, there
fore, I, Uutberlord if. Hayes, pre-i-
detit of the United Mates. Oo. by Vir
tue of the power to this end iii me ve-t
ed by the coii-iiur.ioii, convene ooin
houses of congress t' ass uibie at their
rcna-c'.ive chambers ut 12 o'clock noon
on Mondav. l.V.li day of October next.
there and then tu consider and determine
such measures as in their wisdom, their
duty and the wellare of the people nuy
set 111 to demand.
In witness wheieot, 1 hive hereunto
set my hand and caucd the seal of the
1'nitcd States to be allixed. lone at the
city of Washington, this, o h day of May,
in the Tear of our I.ord, ISi., and inde
pendence of the United btatts of Amer
ica the 101st.
By the president, 11. B. IIavi.s.
W.m. Uvakts, -secretary of State.
Want to Fight.
Corner Elavantb Street and
bv Prof. Willard Kiske. of Corm-lt L'niver
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and its 1 1 ople from persouai observation,
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The third volume ofthi. Incomparable
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Hi'oun, fermer S'oiiliiiauiler H- luel
il lie- l.rurLID Ur.rrirt Sella W lii.t
He kiiiiai About (lie XiIuhIIwu.
Tiik Itadical ring In Sun Francisco has
been thrown into a stale ol great excite
ment over the return of George M I'm-
ney, who was chief deputy to Taymaster
hpauldiug at San Francisco. At the
breaking of the ftalston bank it was di s
covered that Hpaiildiiig was a defaulter
to the amount of f lHO.OOO. and in order
to shield blujsell, hpaulding laid all the
blame for the missing in u'-y to the
hatge of Ms Chief IJcputy l'inney.
'1 he latter fled from Fau Francisco, and
for mom than a year has been wander
ing about tlie country. KecentJy l'inney
wrote to the secretary ot the navy
stating lhatll he could procure, immu
nity for himself he would return and
expoie all the transactions of tlie rin".
rnerctary 'Ihompsou blcgrapheu him
acwpling ids otter, aud Friday last
J'inney put in an appearance ui SuU
Francisco, and turn udi red. It is averted
that ho holds documentary evidence
w bich implicates Senator Bargent, Keen
tary UjU-son, Kx-.'ongresuiaii Page,
and otbets Iu the transactions of tlie
ring and as sharers in the plunder
I'iuisy WV Le will maao a clean
breast of all he knows, aud rich develop-
menu are anticipated.
New York Ilr.iald: Your correspon
dent sought Kx-Oovernor Joe Brown,
reputed to be the longest-headed man ill
tins stale, and a prooalile candidate lor
General Gordon s seat lu tho senate, two
years Irom this date. 1 tound thy ex-
governor In his special car, preparatory
to ins trip to Ms coal mines.
"Our policy is simple," said he. "Wv
have only te keep our organization lu
tail and await victory. Air. Hayes
is a doubllul president. There
Is no possible, doubt ot
that. IGov. brown served through tin
returning board campaign Florida in
Mr. 1 ii letrs interest, t we need uot dis.
cuss the blunders that, made his inaugur
ation possible, lie is in power. We
should acjui'-vee iu what he does that is
rilfht, protest a:iln-t What he does that
Is wrong, aud all the time strengthen our
liurty lutes tor the next struggle. I be
lieve that the Dcinociatio party will
achieve a splendid victory lour years
from now, comforting tokens of which
we will we in tin full elections
ol next year. It would be sup.cme
lot v to dlabaMl an army in sight ot an
easy victory. Mr. Hayes will doubtless
capture some southern IHuuocrats with
patronage, but lie cannot reasonuuiy iioH)
lo build up a party here, or even seri
ously etloet Uie Democratic party iu the
South, r.very Southern state will give
lt vote Ui the Democratic candidate lu
last), lu my Judgment. A lor the lie.
publican party, 1 think that party has
little hoe ol retaining uatioutl control.
l.ulcss Blaine A t o. can whip Hayes
back into the ranks, the parly
is lioMessiy divided. If I hey
io this, why then Ihe unpopular
leiueu's of the parly take charge of
aflairs and lead It to defeat." Kx-Goy
eruor Browu ts a thoiouxh ii reconcilable.
Oat tlie War Fnlli llriKhain Minions
Ni.w Yui'.K. May 5. A Salt Lake dis-
pitch states that the feeling aroused
throughout the United States by the
testimony of John J). Lee'a trial, r.la-
tive to the Mountain .Meadow massacre,
has led the latter day saints to apprehend
tlie arrest ol lirighatn Young and other
heads of the church accused ot sanction.
in the commission ot that horrible
crone. Ihe saints nave determined to
resist any movement against l.rigbaiu
Young ny Federal authority, and to this
end t.Vy are secretly arming aud drill-
Orders have been privately issued by
commanders of the famous Nauvoo
leoion. requiring that organization to be
In readiness for active service on the 21st
of the prtsent month. Mght meetings
aud drills are going on lu nalt Lake City
itstlt and it is reported mat lirigtiam
Young asserted within tbe last tew days
that the Mormons, who have been driven
so often aud so lar, will bo driven no
Four boxes of ttreech-loading rules
were shipped last week to the southern
settlement from the co-opcrativo
at Salt Lake City.
By William Cu!!en Brjant ;
The Horse Hotel," a lively a-ticle,
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