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OUR WASHINGTON LETTER.
A Geweral Hrdurtlon IheOaly Plaa
rirla ftM-aperatina; rndrr Dun
entile Bala antarjr Hbermnm'f
Aaslety on Accounted Wella and
Aadnti, and Why-WnUa, t'om
airaia, fM-aoaal Mention, El',
THE WAT TO DO IT.
Washikoto.m, D. C, ".Feb. 14, 1S78.
".That. Influential and straightforward
Democratic paper, the Bangor (Maine)
Coinmertiul, it ably arguing in luvor of
a general reduction of state expenses and
a lopping off ot excrescence which grew
with the rtu.li Huh trom 1SC1 to 185.
. . Tbere are similar movements elsewhere.
A private letter from Florida, Hiving
much interesting Intormatlon as to that
" HtaU under its present rulers, mentions a
jrvneral reduction in the Kate and count;
expenses for the past year. In the county
in which the letter was written the re
ductlon In 1877 from the expenses of I&7"$
from $ 8,400 TO $3,800.
In other coutiti.-s similar reductions arc
noted. The truth I that the government
ot the American people has always ben
the roost expensive in the world. With
th Federal, state, county and municipal
taxes combined, the rate of such tax
ation has been such that only exceptional
circumstances have enabled the people
to stand the burden. They are
NO LONGER ABLB
to do it. 1 mention the Florida cafe
. simply as a movement in the right direc
tion. It should bn followed In every
county in the country. State s hould do
the same. Above all, the expenses ol the
Federal government should be reduced.
Taxes are at the rate ol
EIGHT DOLLARS PER AX.VtM
lor every man, woman and child in the
country. This is the result ol continu
ing war alter war is over. War always
really impoverishes the people in the end,
but lU worst financial effect U tho wild
extravagance it engenders, and which
does not disappear with the evil which
caused It. There is
A K0BLK OPPORTUNITY
for the Democratic majority in the house
to confer great benefits upon the people
and secure permanent ascendency by
agreeing upon a 'general and large re
duction in the expenses ol every depart
ment of the government.
There is considerable interest felt In
Secretary Sherman just now, Independent
of hia course on financial affairs. lie is
the leader ot those who wish to
SAVE WELLS aSD ASDEUSON,
ot the Louisiana returning board, trom
punishment. That be should have held
office under Hayes, and have supported
a southern policy which was distasteful
to nearly every other Republican leader,
only to become fiercer in his Radicalism
than any of the others at this late day,
' excites surprise, It is noted, too, that
j the occasion ot his wrath is one in which
ho personally has an interest.
of the "visiting statesmen1' who coun
celed with Wells and Anderson, and
- their legal conviction is a moral convio-
tion of himself. It is believed that,
" through his Influence, countless old
euIU of the lederal government against
citizens of Louisiana will be revived and
'a season ol
. FEDERAL BULLDOZING
generally will be inaugurated, unless the
state shall cease to attempt the punish
ment of members of the returning board.
v This will be :
A STRASOI rttOCEEDUCG,
inasmuch as Hayes was declared prt-sU
dent because the board was distinctly
state institution and not subject toted'
era! Interference in any way.
MOTES AND COMMENTS.
To-oay the senators win speak on
' silver remonetlzation. It Is hoped a vote
will be reached this week, and be taken
tip la the house on Tuesday next.;
Yesterday Carpenter's painting ot the
' "81guing of the Emancipation Proclama
- tlonV was formally presented to 'the
i i United States, Air. Garfield making the
presentation speech in behali of the donor
r . ' and Alex. II. Stephens accepting it for
' " the country. The speech ol Mr. 8tepbens
l ,; which was at times quite eloquent, will
nave wide circulation, tie was, more than
: any other southern leader, outspoken in
;" ' fete declarations In 1801 and 1863 that the
, " Confederacy wu lounded upon negro
. U slavery, and h) held that, so lounded,
: . U would develop higher clvllliation.
' v A CTeeoh of his on this subject made at
" V L.oct the time of his eleetion as vice
ArrtZZnt ot the Confederacy, read la
, , 'oo with what be uid yesterday,
' v J Utrata wonderfully the changes
J ri - ft national afialrsof the country
'.' ' . i i.;-Aents 4 men. A pamphlet
'.zx rXeae two speeches of a very
r r would have numberless readers
w7Jt tSM Eagiuu lanfUag Is snoken,
Zmportinesco of John Bheratn
The iollowiiig dispatch of Sherman
and his parly confederates to the return
log board criminal, Anderson, is a pretty
specimen ot Impudence and meddlesome
WASiu.vr.T0K, 1). C, Feb. 4. 187d.
To Utntral Tomat Andtrion, Vw Or
The undersigned feci It due to you un
dcr the present circumHtaures to assure
you of our unhesitating billet that In
the matter wherein you stand charged
you are not altogether guilty ot any ol
fen fie against law; that you are falsely
accused ami maliciously prosecuted; that
the proctMKlIngs against you, though iu
the lorm oi law, is without the substance
of justice, and that we hereby tender
our earnest sympathies and express our
hope that the sense ot justice aud love of
peace or the people let ixmisiana win
protect you, and Dot permit the best in
terenu of the whole wintry to be dis
turbed by a revival of sectional animos
ity. In any evcDt we are confident that
the American people will redress any ln
juctice of which you may be made the
I. A. Oarpikld,
. Kuoene Hall,
Now, by what right do these ssll
elected judges decide that the officers ol
justice in Louisiana are ' maliciously
prosecuting" Anderson that the pro
ccedings arc without the substance of
Justice," and that there is any detlrc to
provoke " sectional animosity" Iu thl8
usual course of dealing with rogues. The
inference of John Sherman and company
in this niHttrr is without any justification
They niinlit as well have telegraphed
In similar terms to Frank Kande, now on
trial at Galefcburg, or to any other crim
inal or supptctcd criminal, whose case is
In the coilrti. It is simply none of the
(iiiHiness of John Sherman to push his
inrliviilu il opinions to the front in a case
of this kind, aud endeavor thus to Indus
enco tho result ot the trial, inhere are
no laws lo reach the secretary of the
treasury who thus degrades hlioflloe and
seeks to Influence coin H and Juries and
place obstacles iu the path of justice,
there should be, and under them he
should be imiieacheil and duly punished.
The men who sign the ahove dispatch
are all connected with the government,
and their attempt to Intrude upon the
lawful proceeding of a court ol justice in
Louisiana, or In any other state, is a dis
grace to them, and to the eountry which
permits it. It is easy enough to discern
the animus of this meddlesome telegram.
It shows the outcropping of that domi
neering spirit of carpet-bagism which
formerly disposed of state governments
in the south ot state courts and juries
In the south of public olllcersand public
funds In the south just as it pleased.
Tills Sherman manifesto Is a warning to
Gov. Nichollstbat a "revival ot sectional
animosity" may follow the attempt of
Louisiana to put In force ber laws against
forgery and other crimes. "Ooey us"
says the mendacious Sherman, "or we
may once more put the heel of the op
pressor upon your necks." This would
be autocrat does not seem to realize that
the states ot the south are now free, and
that Le aud his carpet-bag confreres
have no longer the power to swindle and
outrage American citizens because they
happen to reside Iu Louisiana or South
Looking for the instigating cause of
this extraordinary move of Sherman and
bis party ot "visiting statesmen" we may
find in It a desire to shield the returning
board rogues by intimidating the court
and jury, so that the whole fraudulent
transaction in which Wells and Sherman
and Anderson were the trio ot corrupt
schemers may be kept from the lig'jt. It
is evident that Wells and Anderson have
threatened to confess the crime and to
implicate Sherman, Garfield and others
in the fraud, and that, fearing the ex
posure, our honest secretary of the treas
ury and his alarmed confederates have
come to the rescue ol the rogues. It is
to bo hoped that the Louisiana author
ities may be independent enough to go
on with the trial of these criminals and
determined enough to do justice, though
John Sherman himself may be caugbt U
Proclamation of Emancipation.
A Memorial Event In the HaU of Bap-
rMentatlvoa at Waahlnelon Pre
sentation or Carpentef'a Great
Palntlnc-gpeeenes of (Jen. Car
Stria and Alex. II. Ntepbene.
Sp:lal lo St. Lonil Republican.
Wasuinotom, Feb. 12. This has been
the most Interesting day ot- the season at
the capital, it the number ot spectators
who attended is a criterion of the interest.
Not since the memorable electoral con
test last winter has there been so large
a erowa at me vapitoi, or such Dreamless
anxiety to hear every word uttered. Long
Detore-j o'ciocit tne gaiierlos were packed
beyond the possibility of admitting
others, and still the crowd besieged the
doors. At ten minutes before 13 the
house took a few moments' recess pres
paratory to the reception ol the senate,
when the two houses in Joint convention
were to receive Carpenter's famous paint
ing ol the signing of the Proclamation ot
Emancipation. The painting wu early
this morning placed over and behind the
speaker's stand and veiled bv the Ameri
can flag. It projected up some ten feet
above the front row ot seals In the res
porters' gallery and wu a serious ob
struction to spectators In that quarter
A motion to admit to the floor ladies of
memnera wu carried, u the members'
gallery did not hold half the number
wno strove to get into it.
During the brief recess and belore
the senate arrived the painting was un
veiled by drawing up the nag, and the
members tormed a semicircle in front
gazing upon this gin to the nation. At
two o'clock the senate wu announced
and filed down the main aisle u in dayt
ol the old electoral count The singular
ity of the proceedings as viewed from
the galleries wu remarked bv all. Al
exander Stephens had hit rolling chair
In tront of the first row ol seats, and
near him. dressed Id blsck, her face
vailed, sat Mrs. Thompson, the munitU
cent donor ot the painting. At thlt
point the searching eye could see not a
vacant space in all tbs galleries except
that ol the diplomatic eorps. Many col
ored people wert tamed away, while
others had come early and secured seats
to witness the proceedings.
-Vice-President Wheeler called the
joint astemblagu to order and stated the
purposo ot tho meeting. Gen. Garfield
then arose and presented the picture on
behalf of Mi's. Thompson in au eloquuut
and Impressive address, which held the
large audience to the closest attention.
He spoke very slowlv and deliberately,
and every word reached all parts of the
house, lie occupied thirty mlautes, and
so far as known not a person left the hall
or the galleries during the delivery. It
Is spoken of by all classes as a fine etlort,
worthy of the occasion and the mail, who
had evidently expended much labor upon
It. Ho rend iriu manuscript.
When In- n-.r"i'(j his seat all eyes
were turned iixtu Stephens. He satin his
little roiling e.hair, his head scarce four
teet from the floor. It was a strange
sight the vice-president of the late South
ern Confederacy receiving on behalf of
the nation a painting representing the
signing of the proclamation of emancip
ation, a document, by the way, which
cost Stephens tho grvater -share of his
property. He addressed the vice presi
dent, then turned his chair suddenly to
the audience and began his speech in a
low tone, but soon warmed up, and his
shrill voice penetrated to every part of
the hall. Occasionally he would suddenly
drop it, aud then several words would be
lost to those some distance from him. He
remained seated, his physical infirmities
preventing his rising to bit feet. Every
one of the vast audienco instinctively
leaned lorward to cttch all that wu
said by this remarkable man upon this
remarkable occasion. He spoke 40 min
utes. Perhaps no man ever had a more
attentive audience in this hall. Mlhe
close he was warmly applauded and con
gratulated, un was also Garfield. The
addresses of both seemed satisfactory to
a great uiaj rity of the listeners, and to
do this rriiiri:ilsonie art, considering the
delleatu i n: nr.- of the topic and that very
many were pnent who had most of their
rarHt't i - ions all swept awayby the
pnielainaiioii which this painting com
When the ceremonies wero over and
the senate withdrew, the house immedi
ately adjourned, and a larger crowd of
ladies aud gentlemen gathered around
Mrs. Thompson and Mr. Stephens, warm
ly thanking the lady for the gift and Mr.
Stephens for Ids happy address.
The British Fleet at Constanti
nople. Russia Still Threatens to Take
possession of the Otto
Ec gland Still Preparing for War.
ISpcclal by Cabla to tht Republican.
THE BRITISH FLEET AT TUP. Tl'RKISH
London, Feb. 15. In spile of a formal
protest from Turkey the English fleet
hai pafSf d the Dardanelles and anchored
in the sea of .Marmora, within one hour's
sail ol Constantinople. No opposition
was offered by the 'i'uiki.-h forts. Two
iron-clads were left at Galllpoll, four at
Besika bay, and the remainder went on
FEW JIILFS OF CONSTANTINOPLE,
In reply to the Englith note to Russia
giving intorniatiou ol ltd movement,
Prince Gortschakofl reiterated Russia's
Intention oi occupying Constantinople
and It is expected the troops will move
to-day. Lord Derby replied to Prince
Goruchakofl protestlog against Russia's
action, claiming that tbere was do par
SENDING A FLEET
and occupation by Russian troops. The
protest wu couched in very strong lan
guage, aud It is considered that war Is
Imminent. The fleet was Instructed to
anchor off the Princess' Islands instead
of entering the harbor oi Constanti
nople lor tho purpose of avoiding the
appearance ot actual occupation of that
harbor ; but practically It
AMOUNTS TO THE SAME TUIKG.
It was intended, however, as a meant of
escape for the Russians from the neces
sity oi marching their troops into tho
city in case tlicy were willing to take ads
vantage oi the loophole thus aflorded.
But the probabilities are that, so far
from a willingness to avoid such oeeupas
tion, they will gladly
WELCOME AST PRETEXT
which enables them to carry out their
long cherished plans. Here in England
little Is beard of peace or neutrality de
monstrations. There Is no doubt that if
the government should be drawn Into
hostilities there will be a Dearly unani
mous sentiment for sustaining England's
old-time prestige, and those who may
have expected a
will be disappointed. Even such news
papers u the Timet and Daily Sttei not
only admit the gravity of the present
crisis, but also acknowledge the necessity
for decided action to support England's
credit in the councils of Europe. The
change ot the tone of public lccling It
more significant and ominous than any
thing else. Tbe dissolution ot the
by the tultan confirms the belief that he
will not remain In Constantinople after
Its occupation by Russians, and thlt de
cree may induce the grand ;duke to re
main Just outside the city, since II tbe
tultan once leaves It would be highly Im
probable that he should ever return, and
tuth a radical
VFROOTIXa OV TURKISH fower
In Europe would hardly be considered
desirable even by Russia. Warlike
preparations continue here, and yester
day the British channel fleet of five iron
clad! tailed for Gibraltar to be In readi
ness to reinforce Admiral Hornby l(
Familiar la Every Haataabald.
Dr, B. V. Pierce, tht great "medlcln
man" of Buffalo, it running for tbe offlue
ot senator (tesa that city. Us seemi to st
the most popular ntn on tha track, snd
well may ha be, for hit turns it familiar in
vary household in tht land, and people
will veto for him regardless of hit polities.
Correet, at the Xw alwayt It. The
doctor was electtd by about 1,000 majority.
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