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TIIE DAILY CA1K0 BULLETIN: SAT UK DAY MORNING,- JUNE 1, 1878.
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JOHN Q. IIAKUAN. of Ali-xani'.i-r.
ERiHTEENTlI CONGUESSIOXAL DIS
T1UCT. CAM. KOll A HKM' K'UATIC i) K I . K i AT E ( i N V E X -THIN'
TO SUMIXATE A CANDIDATE- KoH
Tlie Dcnuxnits of tlie Eijrlitmith Con
gressional district of Illinois arc n-rjucstc-tl
to send (k'lcgiites to a convention to lie
liclil nt Joneslioro, Union county, on Tues
lay, 23tl il.-iy of July, li7 for the jmrjHine
f nominating a eandiilate for rejirescnta
live in the Forty-sixth congress. Each
county of the district will he entitled to
the Euniher of delegates to, and vote in.
tlie convention set opposite its name helow,
Ali-xtuCcr C t,u-f
Jobni-un 4 -
YuBi-ac 4 -
lVrry 7 -
rop-:,, 4 -
"iV.ai-ki 4 "
Kandulph VI "
I'fclOB 11 '
W:iliimf-oii 8 "
In tlie counties that have not already an
jKiinted delegates the Central coininittees
of the Democratic party will, in such man
ner and at such time as they may deter
mine, call county conventions to appoint
delegates to this convention.
l!y order of the Democratic Centra! Com
mittceof the Eighteenth Conon s-ional dis
trict. ,Tno. II. OiiKUU. Chairman.
A. Poi.k Junks. Secn tarv.
now it looks to a man vp a
Did climb a tree
His Loid and Master for to see :
The limb did break
And he did fall;
He did not see
His Lord at all.
This is hoy; it looks to a man up a tree
to the Hadical Zaecheu.
The Eighteenth Congressional District is
publican. At the election in 1S7H, it
voted as follows:
itiiyis Tiii'.i-n Cv.'lom stvar.
Id l. Din. Hip. li-in.
AicMiudi r... ,v.':!i ixi vm
clink-on -ji.in jei -j-i
IoIiIimil ... .1:11" S'-.'l v.i "i,,
Vnsn.c i-j4i ;vi v.-.-!!
1'i-rry l.'i.l i.'xi im 54:111
l'' V)l!l son l:1 1 m'i
I'niH-ki im: :: 54
';!''" n i
W:..!,.II:ou ..ll.t-J 114 J,7
U;ti7 I V'.si !4:l 1 1. jt,
Haves carried the district by :;s7 majority.
r.r.ilCulloni by Hanell received jn
this district 1-l.tllH votes, :tn m.vre than
Tilden. and ." more than Stewart, the
Democratic and Independent can-lidate for
Governor. Wiley, the Republican candi
date, received in this district 14,il!i', vi.tc-,
only 115 lss than Hayes, whohada majority
of :!87, and yet Wiley was b-lV ut -1 by
t!0. Sixty-five Repub'icans rifus-d to
vo'e fir Wiley and voted fur Hart-
zc! whose majority of ;u u. made
by tlie additinn of Independent votes.
JIow many Independents voted f,,r Hart
ell? The man u;i u tree does not know,
and we have no means of as'-ertaining det'
iiiteiy. All the Indrpembnts ,;d not vote
for Peter Cooper, but how many of them
voted for Tiiilen hoImhIv knows. Nut
many, however. We think, whatever the
man up a tree may think, that abmt three
hundred nnd fifty Independents voted for
llurtzell. These will vote this year for
Duvis, the National candidate; mid we
would not be surprised of the sixty-live Re
jniblicuiiH who Isilted Wiley should return
Ut their party. If they do, thi-u the Demo.
cratic ciindidate muit nceive about three
liundreil llemblkan Totes to secure nn elec
tion, jirovided a full vote W polled; or, if a
small vote is polled, must aiii from the
Ki'puMiciins u jiroMirtionatu nnmln-r of
In the lhzht of these facts, the man up n
tree, sees the pending canvass for Congress
in this district, and says to himself: "The
Democrats will not nominate u man whocan
secure the otrensfth of his own party, and win
from us two or three hundred votes. They
will he likely to nominate some man who
will divide their own strength and consoli
date ours. And, then, it has been deter
mined by our people that this ljtrict shall
be redeemed. Money and workers are to
be thrown into the district, and a deter
mined fkrht made for victory. It looks to
me as if we had them."
The man up a tree the lladieal Har
ebells N mistaken. The limb of hope on
which be is sitting will surely break, ami
he w ill fall, ami will not see his Lord at all.
The Democrats will not be foolish. They
will nominate the riht man the man who
can win the necessary number of votes
from the Kadieals, and rally nil his own
l'ua)jaui ion a iv f o.- ,n.U 0 Mo
supjiort. They will consider tlie matter
with calmness, uml nominate their strong
est man. They intend to win. And this
the man up a tree will learn to his sorrow
MISS ASTOK'S CHAZY LOYEK.
A MII.MOXAIKE AS COMPLAINANT IN
From lU- N w York So u .
Charles Uuseh was called to the prison
er's bar in the Jefferson market poliec court
yesterday. 'William 1!. Astor, accompanied
by William Fowler, his butler, went to the
complainant's platform. The prisoner was
about fifty years obi, with grizzled hair and
whiskers, and German face. He was dress
ed in a black frock coat and dark trousers
that were shining with grease. A blue and
black satin tie held his turn-down collar to
gether, liis boots had been freshly black
ened, and be carried an old silk hat in his
left hand, while he smoothed its surface
with his right sleeve. A police oflieer tes
tified that he arrested Uuseh on the com
plaint of Fowler, who charged him with
trespassing on the Ator premises, ii.lO
Fifth avenue, Uuseh was found the previ
ous evening on the steps of the house
where he had. sat nil day, besides annoying
the Astor family in other ways.
Mr. Astor explained that Uuseh was a
lunatic., who fancied himself in love with
Miss Astor. He had accosted her in the
street and written notes to her. He had
not signed his name to these epistles, but
he had been seen to hide them behind the
fence at U-jO Fifth avenue. Whenever Mi-s
Astor appeared at a window Uuseh made
grimaces and gestures to her, and ascended
the steps to speak to her. i his conduct
was persistent, and over a year ago be was
sent to the ard s Island usvlum
liberation in the latter part of April he re
sumed hisaiinovancc. Mr. Astor, therefore
wished bini ineareerHted again, and bis
daughter could not appear in the street
without Uuseh following and speaking to
' In reply to Justice Murray's question,
Uuseh acknowledged the truth of the
charge, and declared that he had long lov
ed Miss Astor, who, he believed, recipro
cated Ids affection. Justice Murray placed
him under $1,000 bail to keep the peace for
six months, in default of which he was to
go to Rlackwell's Island, after submitting
to an examination as to his sanity.
Dchiud the bars of the Jefferson market
prison, Uuscb told the story of his love to
a Min reporter, rour years ago lie said,
while walking up Fifth avenue in theMrly
evening, be saw Miss Astor in tlie open
window of her father's house. From that
moment be loved her. He did not prose
cute his suit immediately, and when he did
try to speak to her he was sent to an
asylum for lunatics. This, he said, was two
years ago. Taught prudence by his incar
ceration, be ceased his attentions
till last March, when he saw Miss
Astor in the church of the Trans
figuration. When the congregation arose
during the service, he fancied that she mo
tioned to him to stand up, and he consider
ed this a siirn that she reciprocated bis af
fection. Ib-nee he redoubled his attentions,
and wrote notes, which he hid in the turf
of the little yard in front of her father's
house, telling her that he loved her. and
wanted her to be bis-wife. Hi- did not
sign his name, but left her heart to tell her
w hence they came. Every time he saw her
ill the street be spoke to her, and lingered
about the I 0 se at all hours to catch a
single look at her. She had not answered
him when he addressed her. and always
avoided him: yet he thought she cared for
Ro RUING THE GRAVE.
Til E IliiHY OK KX-1'lil.slDKNT HAIilllSON s
SON KOI NI) IN A DIssECTISO HlHI.M.
Cincinnati. O.. May :su. Intense excite
ment prevails ou r the finding of the body
of John Scott Harrison, son of cx-Presiden't
Harrison, in a medical college here. He
died sudenly on Saturday night or Sunday
morning, and the funeral took place yester
day. When preparing the grave, it was
found that the grave of All llstus DeVelis,
who died ten days ago, had been despoiled.
Devens was a trn-nd of the Harrisons, am
''"'nvery caused them to be especially
careful in preparing the grave of John
Scott Harrison. It was strongly walled up.
the metallic casket placed in and a stone us
heavy a sixteen men could handle put on j avenue,
it. After the funeral was over. Carter liar- I ''-":.-risoii,
u son of the deceased, and Geor-'e I
hatoii, a grandson, came to the city to
search for tlie body of their friend Devens.
Guided by a clue given by an it in in the
morning papers, they went to the Ohio
Medical College. In the dissecting Vu(lin
rope being drawn from the chute a bodv
was found attaihed to it. Mr. Harrison
said : "This, i,. not my friend ; he w as much
wasted by consumption, while this is a stout
Colonel Snelbaker, who was with him,
suggested that he take a good look. A
cloth over the face being the only covering
about the t ody, was removed, when Carter
Harrison trembled und tinned pale, saying;
"OKKAT (Hill, its mn M.''
The body was not inultihitcd, but the
whiskers laid been cut off, the juguhir cut
and the blood let out. The body wrtH ta
ken to the undertaker's and prepared for
reburiid. The discovery of the robbery
was made this morning and friends came to
the city totind the body already recovered.
The big btone had been removed, und the
guard placed to watch the grave is nowhere
to be found. r f j i I
,v ANfiniKii .ucaav' ; (
Cl.triSNATi, May 80. IVinMdcrnlilJ tx.
citcmcnt was created here to-day by the ac
cidental discovery of the body of Hon. J.
Scott Harrison, who wast buried yesterday
in the family vault at North Demi within
the past week, and n son of Mr. Harrison,
accompanied by a friend,, was seeking it to-d.-.y
among the medical colleges of this
city. It was not known that Mr. Harrison's
body had been taken until his son recog
nized it in the rooms of the Ohio Medical
college. The janitor of the college was ar
rested. It seems that a young man named Devens
died at North Dend last week, and yester
day, while thd funeral services at Mr. Har
rison's grave were progressing, John Har
rison and George Eaton thought they ob
served appearances about Devens' grave
which were suspicious. After the funeral
they caused an examination of the grave to
be made and found that it had been rob
bed. Preparations were at once made to
prevent a similar desecration of Mr. Har
rison's grave, and the coffin was enclosed in
a wall of brick, the whole covered with a
slab of single heavy stone set in cement.
'I'll,. ,rrsive was h-l't o)eii to allow the ce
ment to harden and a watchman placed In
Last night these men came to Cincinnati
in search for Dcvhi's ImuIv. They procured
search warrants for all medical cwlleires.
and, accompanied by a detective, they first
visited tin- rooms of the Ohio
Medical College. They found liothinu
and were about having. whei:
one of their number noticed a rope attaeheii
to a windlass was down the chute and ei
deiitly bad something attached to it. Upin
drawing it up the naked body of a lino
was discovered hanging by the neck with n
cloth over the face. As the hair was graj.
they said it was not Kevin's body, and yeiv
aliout to leave. The dectective suirgcstci
that tloy uncover the face and see w ho it
was. They immediately recognized M
Harrison, and John Harrison staid w ith tie
Imdy until a coffin was procured and tie
lsxly placed therein and removed tJthe tll
dertaker's. The janitor was nt once ar
rested, and it is reported to-night that seve
ral persons at Cleves. near North Uend. hare
also been arrested, charged with complicity
in the outrage.
Relatives of the deceased, now in t iis
city, express a determination to prosecitc
to the full extent of the law all guilty of
this act of vandalism or accessory thereto.
The excitement at North Uend is intuise.
Mr. Harrison was a son of ex-president Har
rison, and widely known.
ANDERSON & COS'. CIRCUS
It is pretty generally understood that the
above gigantic concern is wending its way
toward our city, and will appear in ull its
marvelous greatness and brilliancy in our
midst on Tuesday, June, 11th. This show-
is a stranger to our citizens, but will lie
welcomed nevertheless, for if reports speak
truly this same menagerie and circus is in
every way a monster, and first-class in the
strictest sense of the term. After visiting
the exhibition in question, the Chillicothe
(O.) Gazette speaks, as follows:
Anderson 4fc ('o,'s great circus and mena
gerie paid our city a visit yesfenh.-y. and
prese nted two of the ino.-t enjoyable per
formances we have ever witnessed. We
have been humbugged so frequently for a
few years that it is indeed a treat to visit
a really excellent exhibition, such as And
erson A: Co.'s. For once in a life-time our
people have seen a show that produces
each and every figure it advertises and even
more. The street parade in the morning
was indeed a brilliant moving panorama
ot the most gorgeous and silpero ( fleets,
and as it moved grandly over its' route
through street alter street, the rich and
varied scene fairly dazzled the eyes of all
Im IioIiI-ts. The zoological or i.niinal de
partment was as near perfection a
possible, comprising about the largest col
lection of rare and curious animals that ve
have seen under one canvass. Ib re could
be viewed w ilh perfect safely the huge ter
rors of the jungles, and beautiful plumagi-d
birds from the tropics. The circus enter
tainment was nearly faultless from the
grand entree to tie- finale.
There is no scarcity of arenic heroi s 1. 11
heroines connected with this exhibition, as
the riding was graceful and daring. The
gymnastic exercises were thrilling and
beautifully executed, the acrobatic feats
were astonishing, and the stud horses, trick
ponies, mules, elephants, camels, etc., were
among the special good things. The at
tendance was very large at each performance
and evervbodv seemed delighted,
WllATEVKI! lends t'l keep the blood pure
surely tends to prolong life. Dr. Hull's blood
Mixture bv its specilie aelinli Upon the
blood keeps it always in a condition of
Window St hi, ens, Wire Cloth, Door
Springs, liinl Cages, Hanging Baskets,
Flower Stands and Trainers, at A. Halh y's.
Spkciai. 1-iiici.s to Dealers in all kinds of
Fruit Jars and Jelly Glasses will be given
by D. Ibiitinan, Wholesale and IMuil
Dealer iii Crockery House Furnishing
Tin-. New Glass oil Cans, Simmon's Rc
I'ligatols, Water Coolers and Ice-Clcaill
Fn-ezils lit A. Ilallev's. in Commercial
I'.ooT AMi Mint; MAKI'.KS
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GIJAIX, FLOt'R AND HAY.
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Highest Cash Price Paid lor Wheat.
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Farmers" Tobacco Warehouse
General Commission Merchants
cii.1 Avenue. f V, A I I.l , il.l.
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SALOON'S AMI liK.sTAI HANTS.
Saloon and Kestaurant
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Fiirrrs, lkmoxs, oraskes, apples,
AT WIIDI.I SAI.K AM) ai TAII.,
At t Ik- Hid In Inmiih-o Hotel. K Ohio Uvu-.
THE LOSS EXCURSION
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(i I MOAT ATTRACTION
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JNSL'RANCE AGENCY OF
AVklls & Kkutii,
Alillorilhi ' Fin; mid Mnrii - 1 Mi,. N.J.,
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l(sKs W LITTKN AT FAIK LATLs.
( )ti;-' in .Nlcx.-iiuli-i- I'uiiiily H.-iiTk
MiY OHiiIiS. ETC,
Tlie largest vvliolesub' and retail Pry
Goods and ClotliiiiL' Rouse in this ( ity;
are receiving new bods daily ami are
oH'ei iug great hai gain i in the most liaml
some lilies of ( AF.M'IJTS. OIL CI.OTUS
and MATTINGS: silkj. Citsliiueres, Rou
lettes, and a iriciit niaiiy other new
stjlcs of Dress Gouds, Funs, Ktc; in
fact in every ilepai tnieiit of their busi
ness, they coYilially invite the pirblie
t call and see their stock.
I.l M lit- li.
The Cairo P.ox ami llaket Co.
riooi'inyr, sidiiitf. T.ath, Ktc
At Hie very lowest n.'es.
Having a Heavy Stock of Logs on Hand,
Wo urc prcir.red to
SAW OUT SPECIAL ORDERS
(in tlai rliorli'ilin (like.
4 HI'ECIAl.TY nuiili- of HTEAVHOAT M'WIIEH.
iV We iiVtt lonmiliit-liin- KIU ITjIH X.V A'I'BHIA l.H
Cruvker, Cuudy, l'uckit.g llur..., Htnvtf, Ueuiiltigs
JjADIKS, UK AD!
Decorations for Antique Tot
tery, China, (Jlass and other
Ware; (old and Silver Taper,
Tissue and (i lazed Taper, all
Colors; Sheet Wax, Single and
Double Thick, all Colors and
and Shades; .Moulding Tools;
Silver and other Wire; Flow
er Cutters; Anchors, Harps,
Lyres and Crosses; .Moss, fine
Colors; Wax Flower Int ruc
tion Hooks etc; Splints, all
lengths, White, Walnut, and
For all these !,' to Pai'days.
Haiti Howls, Attention !
Cai boliuo iit J Jarehiv.-''.
Plain and Fancy Stationery:
fV t 7
Pa pater ics in large Variety,
attractive tor their Ilcauty,
Novelty and Superior Quality:
.Mourning Papeteries; heiter,
Note, Fools and Legal Cap Pa
pers; Envelopes. Pens, Pencils;
French, EnglMi and Ameri
can Inks; Sealing Wax and
Wafers of the Olden Time:
Chalk Crayons, White and As
sorted Colors; Kubber Bands
etc. If in Want don't buv nn
til Von have Seen and Priced.
For all thee eo to Dai clav '.
(irav Hairs !
Now's "Vour Chance !
Caki'.ui.i.nk at IVi: i.w
Lubin's, Atkinson's and all
Imported and American Per
fumes at low Prices. Call and
For these in orkriual Uotths and in
liulK, c to Ilaiclavs',
Ihindnitr Out ! Ilcgono !
Cai'bolinc at Harclay.-'.
If you want a little .Varnish.
Furniture Pdih. Linseed Oil,
Turpentiue,White Lead. Taint
or Colors of an) kind, a White
wash Prihh, Paint or Varnish
Mrihh, Stove lllacking. Shoe
Dressiing, Sewing Machine Oil,
or any of an Hundred other Articles
in Paily I'se, iru to Ha relays' Prnif
Store, either on the Levee or on Wash
ington Avenue, ami Get What You
Want at Price to Suit tlie times.
Carboline i'ov tlio Toilet.
Feather Outers. 0trich and
In very Larffc Variety and at Rottouv
Prices. Ask and See at ihirclavs'.
Harc'lavM' is tho I'lacu.
Puy your Summer Disinfect
ants, Copperas, Carbolic Acid
Powder, Promo Chloralimi,
Now is the Time on these Goods to buy
Cheup ut r.arclay's.