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Mlilpp ( vnl nil Itallruad clear at l'J:W p. m.
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Way Ma.l for Narrow (iaus't Railroad clrwca fit H
Cairn nr:d Kvtinv1li. Jllvt'l Route (loam at ti:
p. in. cl.ii'.v eci'pt Friday). '
Arrival and Departure of Trains.
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NO. 10 KKilITU STKKIX
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F1XF. WATCnWORK A SPECIALTY.
f A ! I k.-jiln ofSnllil .lew.'lrv mini'1 to nriliT.
W 1MLKA,K WINKH AMI Uljl uKS.
V!i'i:..it!i- nml Iti-tail Ifc-nlrrf in
F(ivii?n rtiul Domestic Liquors
Winof oi' all Kind..
NO. 00 OHIO LKVKK.
MKssiiS. SMYTH J . havi' cniiuntljr a larun
liiclt ol 'in- lii'nt unuilt In ihn niarki-t ami trlvn
ill at'.'Vtlnii tn Ibi' wliiili'nalc liraiii li of I hi'
PAINTS, WALL PAI'KK. KV.
. F. BLAKK,
Vimlov Gliwn, Window Shutli'H, Kto.
Alwii; on baml tlm d.i lirti.l n.i.i bikatikh
Broun' Rnilitlo!, Cum-1
miTi'UI Avf., I
fjMITII, HACK CO.,
( ommission Merchants,
NO. :m UUOAD HTttEKT,
AUOU8TA, ----- OA.
l(.-;ii.(:trn!y So'.UIt Con.ii'nmcRU of
niOVISION'S. PRODUCE. OUAIN AND
r,i !ili.li lb. -y will jirt r:ir.-ful nnil proni'it at--I
lou . Th. y ur.- in-.aril In mnki; llliria!
and will n" l!ii-lr li'-.l cjfort for the ltit-n -fU of
tlm...- fa vi rlug thcti with ci)ti.lxntiii-iit.
II f. r. Iiy !iTlnl.-i'ili. t.i N.Ti..KAf. Havk. of An
!!"'; Al.iAI. KxlUM.K llAK. of All.lli.ll. (ill.
ILLINOIS CKXTUAL 11 V,
Sli'iftt'st ami Quickest Rmitc tti
St. 1-oiiis and Chicago
'I'lIK only ro-nl runulnu two d-iily tr-iit.. iMtn I :.;ro
1 lll'lkil:; llirui-t MltllUftinll Willi Kn-.-rii liu...
TKAISn I.KAVK rAIIln-1 in p. tn.: Ki-t . v-pn-.
arriving in Ml. I.1111K T p in : I iii. in'.. '.:'
in.: Tin . in.: i iin iiiinitl Htnl l.imifii;;.- I'.-t
I. In.-, nrrlvlm: In rliniiiii.-itl nt virt a i:i ; 1 . . i i --v
; in a. III.: Iiii:niiiiiiii;j 1:1'. a.m. I'.i"..iii-r. t.v
till, train arrlvi- at alinvi- pi.lnt.
Vi TO ::d IIOUIJS IN ADVANCK
Of aro otlii-r rimt.-.
1 .) 1 1 1 a m. Fat Mail, with l.-i-n-r i.ttii. !.-il. fur
ST I.(HSaii,ri ALU. armin jinM.
I.niil. nt li:.'i a. In. : Chirac" at ' " . in . roiin.-. !
iifj at (iilln or Klliu.'liaiii li.r I m. mu ill. I.oi : !
FAST TI M K KAST.
I .'V I LM.'sC l,v Hi.- t!,n.:i.-l.
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li'lsi a. ..! t.v S'lii.lnv Int.-n.-uitu'. T!i" MHir
i:n i!t-mm i. tiain tn.tii faito nrrii.-. In New Vorls
Minn lav riii.riiiiiL' l in i'. Tlility .li: lumr In ml
:iin - of am otln r route.
" Ailvi-r'.-tii.-nt of rnm.i-tln2 !!! tliat t'u v
nnk" Im-ii.t tlin.- Ihantbi oin- nr- l-.n.-n i-iil.-r
UiM.iiLii i.'ii.iiitiii - or a it.-.ir.' to nii.lfa'l tin pulili.
I-'..: ti.ro-it'ii t:. k.-t and iiiiiiriiiatiuii iy at IH:
In.-, i , !. ra- iNi'r.i.ul i.-).i.t. I niro.
TliAIN- AlllilVK AT I .Mill'
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17 Mil VV TIIK IIi-l.'ThT T'i l.l il l.
H .'I I Ii T. VI U.K. i I N i JNN.U I. I1AI.
TIMcliK AMI WAIIIN.T'N.
'1 Mil VTIK MK'l.'TKsT Ti IN1IIAN-
- M 1 Al'ii.l I'll I I.AHKI.IH IAN hW
Vi'llK AM" liiiVloN
six uorus SAY HI
i..- t r : 1 1 1 1 1. 1 all otli.T r.i'it." iiwikiiiL' t!i.- i-itiii-i-oiii.e.
If I'lt.r.'ti'.i'r. Syntlirr toi.t.-. to uak" i-..mi.-c
t'.Hi. IlniM ri'l" all IilP.it . waltliiL' fr..m or..- to
!i..ir at mior.I (..uiilri .tatlotii. for IriiltK oi roti
i.itiIiii: ro.l- 'r ,tK.,
lili.U rj.llriUs , lrnilli r, .,, ),,, Kian-
villi-, linli i!i).oli. ( Ini ltmatl and l.iiitl-vlilo I.HIIH
rlai . Train i-i' and nrrUi' at l aih. a- loll"W:
,M:iil li'aii'- . . , ;. .'i 4:4." a tn.
Mill arriii- . . ., .-. . . t'i:.i ..mi.
Tiuoii.'li tlik.'t. .and rhi-i k to all itn.r'nt
v Sn.v. Kit. II I.. MuUKII.I..
i.. I Ia.. A'.'i'nt. .i'tn ral i
i. ii. cm ru n. Pa..'tijiT A-i-tit. ..
CAIRO A ST. LOUS K. .
Slrortest Line to St. Louis!
'pilK train. Iivtlil road (unncrl at St. I.011U and
1 Ka.t St. I.onl. wltli all iiIIht lltii' In III.' KAs'l',
NuKTII AMI SOITII.
TbruiiKli vxit" li'avi. Calm :43 a.m.
TUni.,'U i'iri' arrive at Kat SI. I.anl. 5::) p.m.
Miirpuvalmrii a.-nirnuiodalluii l.'.'i aim ti:'Jiii.iu.
MurplivlMiri ai-r. arrlfi' at .Mnriihliurii w:iUi.m.
TbruuKh i-ipn' l.-av. Kant SI. I.uiii. ... K:l"i a.ni.
ThnuiKh rtpria trrifm at Cairo VII p.m.
MriltySnrn arc i"a?i- lurpbvborii ... .VMa.ui.
Murph.?aiMiru arc. arrlfi- al Cairn I4:4."i p.m.
iwri.uriiir.uKllria(1 ,b. ou!t aIX
HAIL HOt'TK bidwivn alro aud St. Loula uudrr
onM oianaij.'RjHnt: thi-rfom tb.'pi am do ilidifaal
way aiat Ion. awaillnj roiio.i tlnti. rrim otbrr linn.
tW Pa.'niT ifuluif North. NorHn-anl and Wt
abould 001 liny tbi'lr ilrkt nntll tb.'f liayi- I'lini
iDi'd our rah'a and rout.
L. M..I0UNH0M.(i,iural ManaT.
B. 4. FIN h.. (ii-ni'ral Aiul. Cairo, III.
ST. L., 1. M. A- SOl'THERN.
Ktpn'aa Irafra Cairo dally , l:mp m.
Kipria arrl. al Cairo dallf VKln
(JA1RO CITY FKRRY CO.
TH R KK STATES.
Foot Fourth at. Mlaaouri I.aod'g. Ki'iitm-ky l.d'i.
' 4 a. m.
H:Hl a. m.
10 a. m.
tfl::il a. m.
tl p. in,
1 p. in.
ft p. w.
;) p. tu, -o.v HI ) m.
4 p, mi. 4:U ji iu.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, MAY 31, 1878.
CARHOr.lK Ulvi" "'t! ",r","t 3,i,r-
CARBOLIVK rrrtm in.tttinB wd
CARBOLIXK " ,1C t;Tbt!.Ihair!'''B"'
JilliJl4lL rj h,,u. m,.,u,al tttb..rttjr.
C'AUBOrj XV (,lv"" wikand .li kiybalr
ViVliniai Ti 1ti,..-!.,aiidvU'orid)-outli
Tin-: Gkxuxe Auttcle
To be Had at r.d.elayV.
Ci.lli.-r. Snut!ii-iii. I 'in. i n j liny id hfi l.r.in.l
W;illtcill lu ll' :it l! ilrl;i '.
Fn-lii-ll Mini Atlli lii :ill--( In ::. ill i":i!i !:iV".
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ITRK LINSKKI) OIL,
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( ' llltr ) 1 I V I1 l"1 df-riton a tlm
CARKOL1XK Kl',,i' ,h h,,,r mo,,
.'iIOVliIi Ft thtf h-ad cikiI.
(' VUP.O! XV Malcoathu hair Iih.Ii nam
1 AU1" 'I'll rl and rH-.uilliil.
f! VUIIOI XV ll l'tiil. frauant. and
lhCMiK n Mniall tin. limit.
kou -rn i?4
WoN'DRli OF TIIK AR !
Qo to Harelav'e.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
t ' LirERPHOb (IRA IK.
LivKiirtinr., May ao, 1 :() p.m. t'orn
n'w. 24s 0,I2'Ti; (M, 2Tn 9.1.
Wlictit (uii-t uml unchiintfoil.
Liverpool May !)0, S::!0 p.m. Wlicnt
I'l'itvy; winter llstls 3d; nprint J.s
f I Id; ('a!itomi:i nvpnu'i-. 10.4 8illln;
C'iilifnrni:i cliili, 10s I0tt4 CI. Cum
now, 24 :Ma24- !!. '
I.ivniuwir., Mny IK), " p.m. ViM-han'd.
Ni;W YyKK (IUAIN.
Niiv York, May .'in, li:20 p. in.
Whc:i! .piirt: Nn. 2 Chic'n, l 12; No. 2
Milwaukee, V ro 1 winter, 1 M$
1 'JO; tiuilnvr, 201 2:t. .Corn-iiui.'t;
- hurt, 47; Nu ii, 46c; No. 2, 4t
CincA'Ki (ill. UN AND I'ltfllK CK.
Cn:i'.'..i, M.iy Jin, !t::;r u. m I'..rk
July, "', : Anu'U't. T-".
Chk m.i, M-iy :;n, ho,- p. ui. 1'i.rk
Jniif, fl s") ti.kcl ; July. Oii(-! (i-.'t; ;
Auo-u-t. V'H.s IT);. C"rn-May.
liT'c: J;i'io, o'i'c; :! Jtlii". :!0tfc bid;
July, i;7 Wln-ut June. 1 02t'; J'.i'y,
CiiM i'.D, M.y :;), in. Corn Juno.
:!-,I;'(L''!".io'1- July. :;."; Au-ii.-t.
''''' P. rk. May. iii'l ; Juno, d
J;i'y. 2" 2 .'.'). Wh.'iit -
Chk v.o. Miy HO. 2:17 p.m. p.nk
Au-.'ist. r- :;;ii 4'i; M-:y, s.,li-
Jii'io. .171;: J.i'.y, 2'. Cu-n
July. :;),' ji'.::', c. Wln-tt Tun", ft '.,'(
Chk v 11, m .y ::n. 0 .., ,,.. .(,. ,u
J;:'y. ''lUl'w'.;, ; Au-i-t. :;7ialV;;7i4r.
P"ik-;;-:i-. i 2; .Tulv. ? 4'Kj?i 42,1.'.
('ii;c...i, M iy :.'i) 1 (.'!n.i:i" report 1.
I'.-rk-Jx,.-. s.. .--1.,; July, js ;T 1 ;.
V!:!-:i! n.iiuiaal; May. il (i.);Jtin'. o7i.,r;
Jiily. :o.'4r. (.' .ra M iy. i!"' Iii '40: Jnnr.
: i ; July. :;V4 ,',:;., I'i i.
Kl.'Ri H'KAN INTELLKi KNCK
A Temporary Hitch in tlie
ALARM ( HKATKD I5Y T.'IL AlTi!IAN
AT I'iTl. DK.
Iiuia and Knifland Arrcpf (fi'i-niaiiv'
At -'IlilCs l M-AVOKAIil.K HKMn.NsTr.AT! i..
I.nMi"N. May '.".'. Tho p.-:no ti'"lii.o i
li.;t i !ii;y:int a y.-.fcril.iy. C'ii-k'h,...
caUM-'i i.y tin- app-o.'lir chanoo iu tin.' a'ti
tv.di' of Au-'ri-i. While KiiJ-ui.l :un'i- in
liicc. 'ti-ri--- Au.tria i niakiijo .'-in.i!itn-
ti.'! !l!!t':iVnra!i!c t' l K'lin. .'.. ilolilif U
t.'l. lli.'.Vi'Vi-r. tilat till- i'ii!Hfn will iMi-i-t,
Pl.Kl.lMINMtY AHI! VN..F.!KM .
A ll.-rlia i-iirn-pi'iiiloiit stat-- ti.at tin
t'nniial invitatiuii to ntt ::. the conori'ss
will In' i.ili"l a mi-in a all flip puwi'ts have
nn-wiTrd the- formal commuiiii-ntioiis in
n-o'iriU to the 'Into tuvl tin- ot!ir pnrti
rtiiai'i ct' tin.- lni'i'tino.
iiti lii'i'ii advunj I.y his pliyii'iaiis nut tn
taki' part in tin- (nnv;ri,'. tn a pi-rsnuul at
ti'Miianrt' illicit prnv too (.'xcitinvf fttM l:i
lioroiH t'or liiai in flic pri"'nt launlitidn of
Iii ln.'a'.r!i. It is pivlnlili', liowi'Vi'i'. rliat Ik
will atti-ii'l at tlio clns-' i.f tin' o!iliiri.!niis
ami u'-vc his formal sanction to tin pro
ci'cilino. MILITARY CIIAMiKS.
It a tvporto'l in Const intinopli' yi'stor-
lay. siinnltant'niisly with the clianirrs in tin
"foviMiiinoiit iilri-ady ininounia'il. that Ivcilitl'
pa!ia, former minister of war ami n
foili'rate of Malinioii'l Deni iil. wiil succeed
Fnw.l pasha and that Osina tin. I Muklifar
paslia have lu-en appnhiteil to ('11111111.11111 in
Asia. The slipcrci'ilino; Smlyk piisliu. chief
of the ministry, hy KuslnlVk pasha, ami the
ilesionatinn of tie- latter is sjrund vizier, is
distinctly, a reactionary step. Hushdyk,
however, is an advm'ute of peace.
A SlT'l'l.KMKNTAKY MTIMATK
ilefr.ivino the rest of tlie expedition wits
It U said that It'issia and Knland have
icceited invitation to the conifress to lie
held in Berlin.
llltlT!H PUOTKtTOIiATK UH(IKI).
London, May 2!). Tim Time continue
to dwell on the niresity ofHHritinli pro
tectorate forTnrkey in Aia.
The Pall Mill Oaz-tte now take tho
sni'' orniiml. aroiiino; that such protection
was alisolutely nitesMary in tho intercut of
future peace. The Oazctte ha hitherto re-
jectetl every iitfifetion of infringement on
It i currently reHirted that tliere lias
lieen a ti'inporary iipeniiiiiofthcronre
negotiation, and that Count St'houvalolf i
awaiting llinil instruction from St. Peter
(ONTRUNIN't TIIK CliNIIRKU.
London. May It is stated on th
very beat authority that Ilusaia and Kn
iland havii aeei'pted the invitation to tho
eonifre, to lm held at Berlin. The private
dispatclie, tiling it on Jiine 1 1 , wi-re pre
m it 11 re, a the preliminaries are still under
discussion. Both parties an exhiliitimf a
lively desire fa arrive at some conclusion,
and tli'ire are many apparent efforts lieinif
put forward t.i that end, hut then1 are rt'it-
sous for Iwlieving that this is only an as
sumed air, anil whiiu tho diplomats uro lav
ish witli their v
of peace there is no real wish to conipro.
mise the existing relations. While liarojin
iny and fencing over trilling points, eti
quette and minor details, they are as ties,
perate on tho main points upon which the
destiny of the nations hinges, and even the
places nnd date of the meeting are liones of
contention. At present there is an attempt
being made to urrange for two series of
confereVt. First, a military convention
in which the simultaneous withdrawal of
hoth tho Russian and British force will he
tlie iiiliject matter of delate, and the ther
to ho held for the purpose of revising all
The hopes that there wilt he a conference
are high, hut shrewd 0! .servers, and those
licst informed in political circles think that
the probabilities of a definite settlement are
on tlie declinu.
TIIK CONDEMNED PRIEST.
CAI'.KKIl AND MKNTAL fllAHACTKUISTM OF
lil.AsIl I'l.STOIUrs A DrSCIUUKD IIY AN
At'ljl'AINTKNCK IN" OKRMANY.
The Baltimore News contains the follow
ing -Ictt.'t- from its Euivipeari ccuro-jiondeiit
in relation to the curly histniy of B!aiu
Pistorius. tin- I'ennsylva'iia prie-t coiiileinu
ed to he hanged for the' murder of Fanner
Isaac JaciUctfi!, near Norri.-towii. Tin;
letter is dated Lebi-eh, (iei mar v, aa.l is is
Iiiasius Pistorii: was Imni in ls'.it, at
Saai-welliiiyen, a laroi; iilage nn tlie road
from Lebech to Saarloiiss. He belonged to
a respectable family, but from his early
youth hi.' displayed a strange unsteadiness
of mind. Hi; was by turn a fanner, a miner,
a school teacher, ;i man f lusiiu ss, and
then for three years a soldier in the Prussian
army. If.- was about thirty years of ant:
when he bewail h-'.s lenrned studiis, imd,
having "..in! thfouoh the t-iolit classes i f a
German village, he entered the clerical
S' luiuary at Treves t.i devote himself to he
study of philosophy uml theology for for
years, at the completion of which, in the
year CiTl. he received the holy older of
priesthood. He was rir.-t appoint 'd to
a parWi in the ditrict of Eife!, nnd
th nci' he was removed after a few
laoiiths' labors to the pariah ofTimley, where
h" was stationed until he left Europe for
Ameiiea. During lo stay nt Tho'.ey I be
came nt-.j 1 i.-i in t'-t I with him. I saw him s v-i-Va!
limes at my home and dined with Iriu
tV."jU-litiy. Dining bisi;,Nl hel loie;
i-oinersations vit'i and heard a g'-eat dei'1
of him through other person his own pas
tor, Lis comrades and school friends.
I1 1 MAT K OK Ills CHARAi'TKK.
To give a just estimate of his 1 haracter, I
niil-t say at tiist that he was no liyiiK-rite.
out taitlitul nnd sincere 111 h;s cim u ti..i.
and always zealous perhaps over-Zealous
in performing his siieerdotal duties. Id.
was abstemious as ti drinking and eating.
I remember very well he refused even at
the table to drink a g!:i.s of wine. His
private life and morality w eie always tmim-p-acluble.
Such was B'.tisius pistorius
wh-'ii he took -his departure from Europe.
I do not know a!! the circumstances under
w hieh the iiim-.Icr -' which he has b.'eii
found guilty took ji'.ace, but I s.iy, and all
the persons in Oeruiaity w ho know fhechar
aeter of this iinf.it tunate m.in agree with
Hie, that deliberate illteniioii run not be
tnoiigiir 01. 11.' must icive Kiiicii runt man
ia a moment of overwhelming passion.
HIS 111 II 1 1'AItll.lTV.
I never knew a man or woman in my
whole life of such irritabiity of character
as Pistorius. He was here tlie "elif lilt ter
rible" of the sm iely in which he made his
appearance. Wheicvcr he went there Was
ipiarrelling and disputing. .V single word
would throw him into nu incredible pas
sion, and it was by this feature of his dis
position he made li'inself nnd all who were
obliged to live with him wretched. His
passionate temper caused many (roubles in
the two families where he officiated, so that
one Bishop Kbsrhnrd, now deceased, was
gliid to get rid of hilll when he asked Il'S
cveaf from the diocese. Certainly this
man would never have been ordain
ed if that awful disposition
of his mind had been known
to his superiors. What I have said here is
abundantly proven by that which the pa
pers have reported of his behavior toward
the priest of Norristown, Archbishop Wood
and Judge Mitchell I wonder that the
judges have not taken info consideration
that nobody but a madman could write to
the Archbishop such a message as he is said
to have written, demanding an answer to
hi communication. He has written in a
similar .strain toward his superior in Ger
many, and it was recognized among all who
knew him here as an acknowledged fact that
hi mental state was at time disordered,
His superiors knew it and treated him ac
cordingly. .SILVER DOLLARS.
DIKFICt I.TY IN (IK'ITINO THEM INTO CIIHT
LATION. Nkw York, May 2!l TIm; Evening Post
says: Secretary Sherman up to this time
has not found a way to issue the two mil
lion of standard dollars coined each
month, but i confident he will succeed in
doing so. In conversation with the Post
corresondent he said : We will not issue
them at centre of trade where they are re
turned for custom duties, hut will distribute
them through tho country. I cannot exact
ly say how this will he done, hut the
amount authorized by law will lie put out,"
Treasurer (Jilllillan says he cannot see how
silver dollars are to lie put in circulation
until congress amend the existing law
and authorises the treasury department to
pay out of tho silver profit fund the coat of
trantortation of silver dollar to any part
f the country.
A riiinockro started out of Pittsburg
on a railroad track. He saw a locomotive
coming, probably mistook it for a hostile
Ix'Hsf, and Isildly confronted it. He was
extensively damaged, and astonished.
Poi'K Lko his, since his Accession, given
sittings to two photographers, expressing
himself dissatlslled at tlie likeneses taken
from his old portrait thrown upon tho
world since February 20. '
NEW SERIES NO 2(5.
Secretary Key's Letter Sub
jected to Severe Senator
General Opinion That lie.
Jlade an Asu of Himself.
Washington, May 20. The scuato com
merce committee, by holding an all-day
esion. finished the consideration "f the
river and Imrlior bill, and it was reported to
the senate. The gross amount appropriat
ed by the I10u.se ! ''ltreased !)00,000.
HKI'HKNS AND KKY.
Tlie numifesd' of Post-Master General
Key ami Mr. Stephens, of Georgia, have
be en w idely discussed to-day. Mr. Key is
generally considered to have landed him
self squarely inside the Republican party,
while Mr. Stephens is believed to have nt,
least cut loose from tho Democratic party.
Iu fact, he has announced that he is going
to be an independent candidate for re-election
to congre... uml ,' recent conduct in
the Ili'Uso undoubtedly had flint object hi
view. Some Of tho Southern Democrat
think Stephen wa justified In his nial ing
his reply to Potter, but they are quite bit
ter on Key, and dec hire that he ha harmed
himself a good deal more 1 1 ia n the Dmi'
cratie party t'i the south by his action.
Senator Harris, of Tennessee, sidd to-day
that the publication of th' letter was un
fortunate for Keyiu h'S state. Key's ob
ject, he said, was to disorganize the Demo
cratic pai iy nnd build up
AN ADMiMSTltATION IV Vl'Y
hi the smith. The seiiat r thought that
Key I lew a well as any body else that the
majority of DiiniK rats Imd nointnuion of
il:sturb!,ig Hayes' title. Senator Morgan,
of A'abtuue said that one effect of Key
letter on the people (.f the south would bo
to disgust them with the author. Ho bad
heard Key declare he believed IHdeii hon
estly elect al. Key cannot disorganize the
Southern Democrats. The latter would not
allow a member of a Republican cabinet tn
take out h tters of guardianship over them.
Seliat ir Maxeyof Texa. said that Key had
ma le a fool of himself. His position did
not entitle him to "write such a letter, ns
neither the Democrats or Repubin-v s now
have nny confidence in huii. Mr. Maxey
added that he did not approve of the in
vesiigation, but he never believed that the
investigation meaut to impugn Hayes' title.
Mr. Atk'ns, chairman of the appropiia
t inns committee, to-day otl'ered if'20,nni) to
pty the expense of the Potter investigating
committee. Mr. Conger, of Michigan, made
a point of order that the bill appropriated
money nt'ul must first be considered in com
mittee of the whole. Mr. Atk:,is acquiesced
and the Republicans began to tiliibuster,
much to the dig,tst of such men as Foster
anil Hale, who consider tlie qiies,,nn settled
when once the resolution is adopted. Mr.
Atkins will, if fiiiihcr caption objection
be otl'ered, tack l':s bill to one of the gen
eral appropriation bills.
POTTKll's INVKSTIOATINO COMMI1TKK
held a long session this afternoon and its
member arc maintaining a double padlock
seal of secrecy, which it was decided to-day
Was necessary in the present phase of the
business to be inqiP'-ed into. It is known,
how ever.! hat tliere was a discussion of the or
der in which w itnesses shall he examined.
It is generally understood that arrange
ments have been made to send two, sub
committee, one to Louisiana, of which Mr.
Morrison w ill be the chairman, and the ot
her to Florida, headed by Mr. McMahmi.
These sub-rninillittees will probably be
composed of four members each, leaving
no more than three member here. It ha
been further agreed that no evidence will
be taken here until the sub-committee
have time to eolbet evidence and report the
same here. The injunction of secrecy
w hich was to-day put upon the proceeding
of the committee, together with their de
termination to sit w ith close doors, is already
calling out unfavorable comment. There
are all sort of rumors as to the motive for
f 1 1 is course, one of which is that instruc
tions to that effect have been received di
rect from Granicrcy Park.
The Democrat of the Tennessee delega
tion are preparing a letter to the people of
their State a an offset to the letter of Post
master General Key, published thi morn
ing. They will take the 'ground that by
accepting a position in a Republican Cabi
net, he ha forfeited hi claim to the patron
age, fealty, and respect of a Democratic
State, ami that thi letter ha been written
to ae himself with the administration,
with which it i intimated he is already in
bad odor. Tliere is a great deal of bitter
nes among Democrat hero over the courso
Mr. Key ha taken, and the letter of the
Tennessee delegation will lie a signal, no
doubt, for a general attack uihiu him.
Nkw York. May 30. The reception of
Cardinal McC'loskey in tlm cathedral to
day was a brilliant affair. The congrega
tion included many of the most distinguish
ed citizens, while tho pmeession of clergy
men embraced a number of archbishop
and bishops. Tlie cardinal was supported
by Rev. William (Juinn, tho venerable vicar-general
of the diocese. The exercised
consisted of prayer, music by a numerous
choirs, addresses on behalf of the clergy
and laity, and liestowing of tlie papal 1am
odiction. Rev. Mr. Kearney, pastor of tin
cathedral, wan, as unm, master of ceremo
nies. TllKDDlHIK . 1 1 ATT KN BACH tliadfl KiMSAft
City his home a few years ago. He was an
author, and in Europe had easily earned a
good living for his wife and child; but in
Kansas City ho found an eicecdingly limit
ed market for his production. Convinced
that he must change his business, he tried
shoonmking, bit without success, for hn
could not make good shoe. His wife took
in wsHhing, but with equally poor results,
for she had never been Used to work.
Starvation threatened the family. Om
night recently Hattenback killed hi wifn
with a hatchet, attempted to kill his child,
set tiro to tho house to conceal the crime,
and blew his own brains out. Even in this
deed he was not wholly uccefiil, for thu
Hre went out, and the child will recover.