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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, JUNE 13, 1878.
NEW SERIES NO 37.
fJMITII, HACK & CO.,
NO m BHOAU STREET,
YIXJUSSTA, - - - - - OA
I!..pei-tully Solicit Coti'lntneutH tit
PROVISIONS, PRODUCE. GRAIN AND
fPO which they will (fivi! cnri-fiil and prompt ut-
a, I'-ntiuu. itn-y nr prepared In make lini-rul
ad IH m tlii-lr t-t eHort.1 for tin Int. 'red of
tLo-: fuvuriiiii tbem with run-liinn'Utf.
It f r he iK-rinllon. to National Hank, of An-
KUitta: National F.x iiam.k Hank, of Auuota. in.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL It. It
Shortest uiu! Ouit kfrt Route to
St. Louis and Chicago
rpil K oi.lv reel ri!-ii::ii tuo du'ii- train from Cairo
1 in tkii 1 1 r- t i 'in !! 1 1 . r i I ii K.i-l.-i n III..-,
'IT.AINS I.KAVh ( All!' :ln .. in : Fa-t .-
.r.-i... arrivlli.: ill M l.win-7 :.Yi p. t t hi. U'.i
I iii : l:ln li in t Iim iiiiiuii mi'' I . i i ; Fa-t
I . i ii.-. nrrivih.' In rim itinuli :it vui a. in. ; l...ii!-vi;i.-
lo it iii : liiillniinl' oln. I !.', a m, l'af iil"Ti !jv
ti.il! i vlu u:r;l..- i't alio."
1.' TO :K WjIP IN ADVANCE
Of any oiler tijiit'.'.
t ) 1 1 1 a m I'n.i Mail. HI. 1. ..-r att.v li.-d. f..r
st. .i,t lsati.il lli .i.i.. arriiln,; in st.
l.nm. at Vh iii ; I'ljim.'o at ii .ii p. ir ..iiri'-i 1
In., ni u.'in nr I . t?; r; lor l i:.. iniuti. I.oiii".
Mel 1 1. Jalinpol .
fat 'ii. mi: east.
P sn1.'V(I1'1N,,t '' "' l!iro"-li
J .. . I.."ll.lt' l.t the K-t Hlllloilt Hill'
ii'-Uv i v..-il liv Suii'lny lnt-T -inii- Tin' St 11 r
fluv uf- ti ij train Irom Cairo arrii.i. In New York
Monday nioriilir.' oi 10 -fi. Thirty m hour In ait-
t it miv oihi r rent.-.
( r A.'.. rll'.'in.'iil. of n.inpelin; line that t'n'v
Inane li- lti r lime ll.au thin our nr.. l-n. it clih.-r
I:. roil. ii i.'i.oran r a i).-ir. to mll.-ad the pillule
For tliroii.'ti ti' k'-t ami Information appli at III:-
tiul Central Kni'MU'l i..?l. Cain.
I IIAINN Atom t A t i Ainu:
Kxi.r.-" 2-'i p m.
Ma, I t"K in.
.1 A JOHNSON, (i.-n l Southern At t.
J II .'iNKNlt. k. t A ljC
(jAIliO A: YINCENNES It. It!
ft Mil r THE SIHiKTKnT IU'lTE To
J - lilt LVTIIK SIIDKIKST To I.f'I I
1 ( M l I,r.. VII. I K CINCINNATI. IIAI.-
J lM'iHt' AN1) WA-IIINi.TuN
)( Mil I.V TIIK MIil!TI-T Tii INHIN-
.M I lA.r Al'i.l.l-.i'lllI.AHEI.I'UIA.NhW
Vo;:K . Nil I'.n-TwN
SIX IlUl'ltS SAVKD
(ner :r.iii. of a'.', i tl;-i ro' m-iktiis Hi- iti'.''
l,.,.4, ...l-r I.V t !'.:! t. IMI'.k'- i-olllll'"-
li.,-.- !-iM.I ri'l.- :i!l tii;M !..mi on.-Li -u
lwur.i! .'ii i'l i.n i 'r !. t!..u ..r tiain- of .nu
ll. . in,.' n.l
1 I ' M 1,'MP I.' 1 lilK l'' Tiin.l t:il;...,ur4:i:
UI..U l,M llll m i-.im. r. i.liln.' Cv.n..
nil.-. Iii.inii:i..i i-- Cinron.aii ai.. I . ui- iil- n un,;
C.v 'liHOif1 li-'tw- iiii.i urm.- at t i'.i.i ui loll.ox;
V n! I' llV. I t, a 111.
Mull lllMM'l- 10 '"' p in
Tliro.i.'li titk'-tK IU"I (li'.ki- to ull impoilalit
V-'a Ml M.Kit. II I.. MnllKII.I..
(i ii I I'ii-". A-.i'iit. (i.-n.-riil Mip'l.
I. II. ( III in II. I'ii.-.m..." r A'.'.nl.
(!AIH0 A: ST. LOl'IS It. It.
.shortest Line to St. Louis!
'Pll K trulii" liv t!il roik'l conm-rt it 81. l.onln anil
1 l.ii"t l .on k wltli ull ulli'-r itu'a tut in hAM,
NOK.' ll AND SOUTH.
Ttirniii'li .-ipr.'ii li'avi-n Cain 'it.M l tn.
TliMiiu'n i-xir'iK nrrlvi'K ut C-ift St. I.unl" HMSp.m.
Murphy .lioro ai'i'otiiino.liilliiii Ini.va I ulro VI.) p.m.
M nrjili vi)ioro nee. urrlv.'nat Miirtihliori) rCMp.m.
TliroiiL'li cpr.-HH li'iivra Kant St. LoilN S:4.'i a.m.
'rtiroiiL'li I'jijin'io" iirrlvrx nt Culri) 5 : 10 p.m.
.imrptiyHhoro nri". i-v." .Tturpnv-aiiiiru. ... n:.iu a.m.
Muriliyib(iro acc. urrlvi-n at (.'ulro lJ:i"ip.in.
Itli.U Ijllllin Kaiimad a thi- only AM.
It A 1 1. ItOl'TK ln'twiM'ti Cnlro uml Hi. I.iiiiIk iiiiiI.t
on.' liiatiii.'iiii-tit : Ihi'ri'l'orii tlinn1 an' no ili-luva at
:iv n.itlou" awHllinit coiim'rtlonB from otlii-r II n-n.
tr- 'aK.'iiL''rN irom Nnrlli. Nortlifaiit anil VVi'Ht
ulioiilil mil Imy thi'lr tli ki'tn until llii-y buve vxam-
tuua our rati-a huh r.nu.'.
I,. M. JOHNSON, (ictii'riil Manaitur.
I). .1. FINK, (ii'iicnil Aui-nl. Ciilrn, 111.
ST. L., I. M. ife SOUTHERN.
Kxpr.'i l.'nvi'a Cairn dally 8:01p.m.
jj.MLr-''."Tl.y.'? 'itlru 'lally. :mia m
(JAIRO CITY FKUKY CO.
T i l I IKK STATES.
intra IKavkn i.kavw
Fool Foiirlli t. MNcolirl I.iiihI'k, li'i.turli.y A'g,
" . . -... i '. .. ii. nil i
l'l ii, id. M:'IU it. in, 11 p. in,
J Y in. SJ i.1n, II p. in,
I i. tn. I:'!n i. in, ft )), in,
y ii .it u-'ln i. tn
WATCHKS, JKWKI.RY, KTV,
EnWAKB A. UDKT
(Hucei'tHor to E. & W. Uudvr),
Anil Di-aler In
Watrhes, Clocks, Fine Jewell')'
M USI CA L I NSTRUM ENTS,
Cor. Eisrlitli St. and Washington Avp.
1 1. IIOUPT,
Watchmaker & Jeweler
NO. 10 EIGHTH STREET,
J.'l '.'ti ( oimni-n titl and I
FINE WATCIIW0RK A SPECIALTY.
"Eniiravjis and all kind Of rpairlur i-utly
ftitr All kind ofSollil J.-tttrlry madi; to orili r.
WllOl.LS.M.K WINKS AMI l.lol OILS.
H.SMYTH it, CO.,
Wlioli 'ali.' un ii Ili'Uiil Il.-ulrr in
Foreiirn and Domestic Liquors
Yilws ol' nil Kinds,
No. 00 OHIO LEVEE.
MISI!S SMVTI! A I ii l.,'M- : ml'.,
M-k of in.- I.i-t i'i -.i rinrli-!
v a lur'-
1". Illl Hlt-Illll'll t. l .t ,IU . a:.: I. Ml. Ii Ibv
I'AIMS oll.s. WM.I. I'AlT.Ii. CTi
J F. I1LAKE,
JiHI 1 11 IN
Window 01 ins. Window Shades, Etc.
Ainjyr ou haiiil tin- (rl.rot'-d li.l.fmNATiNu
BniNn' finililin:. Com-'
ini r. till r..
' KNKI'.AI. l.KI.U KHV op.-n TiH a. in.: .io-.-.
IT n: V) ;i in. : 'iu !a : to '.i a. in.
M'.ii'-v t .'rd.-r J. -pari in. -1.1 .;: at tt a. III.; c!
at i p. in.
n.roii-.-h l:t:r.- M il' : i FM'iol- r.-i.tnl ati.l
.M -l"ip;'i I iitr ii liuliro . nt 1-J::i p. fit .
Cuir i aihl I'opiar l;iii:f I hr.nili ami Way .Mall
:- at 1-.': p. m.
W jy Mail Mi F'.itioi- I ' lit r.-.l . Cairo n:nl Vln-ri-ni..'-
ii!. .M i--."-ii;.i I . 1. 1 r:. 1 Kallroail" rioi-i- at
'.I f, p. t-i.
Way Mai', f"r N irro ton.-. Kailroad clou- at 1
i .iroaii.l Kniii-vHli' lliv. r liouto cIvikV at i!; il
p :u I-:- -1 j t Fri lay ..
Arrival ami Iiepiirtun-of Trains.
ji.:. . k.stiiai. kaimioa!).
I v jir '.'atip.ni. li loa.tii
Mali t:'"i a. in. I in i.m.
l"r -1 -ti ' " T i'-ni ii.ni. : a.m.
i l-'p i;'ii . ''' n in. I . l" p. in.
i I Alli-i AND VINCKNNKN IIAII.I.oAH.
( Arm.'. ! part.
I Vail ':' P. in. ) I." a in.
T. Loll.-. I. M.AM .-UlTHKUN UAII.IPiAli.
K.ipn- .'.'.'i n in ii : . in .
I'AlliO AND T. l.Ol IS ltAll-UOAD.
Tliroi'.-!i K.r".- rcnp.tn. :(. a. tn.
iii:rp!n .lii.r.. A -. iiiiiii.l,'ili..ii.li:t.' p.m. iiinp.iii.
K' .-'i Min. I .-. Ex.-.-pt Monday.
oKHi I.U. lHliKCToHY.
Mayor ll.'iiry Wint.-i.
Tn-iinir. r II. F. I'uiU. i-.
ci.-rk .1. It. I'lil'li-.
i"iiiii:-'-l,ir - Wm. IS. t.illii rt.
Mar-lin! - C. D. Arl.-r.
Attorii.'V - W. t. M. t..-.'.
l-oli.-.' .Mn.'Mnit.- .I.J. Illrd.
Ili.Alltl lir AI.IIKIIKKN.
Flrt Ward-I Voiuin. Win. O'Cullalnin.
N'Moiid Ward -Wood llltti-lillouai", N. II. I'lilftli'-
Tlilrd Ward - W. P. Wrl-iit. .lohn W.mkI.
Foil rill Ward -Charl.-i. O. I'atl.T. D. .1. Fuli'V.
Filth Ward -T. W. Ilalliday. i'Iihh. I.ainu-t. r.
Clroult ,Iii(U'.'- I). J. Ilak.-r.
t Ir. iiil ci'rk-.l. A. l.Veu'-.
I'.iinity .liidL'i-- It. S. Yoiuni.
('.unity ( l.-rk- S. .1. Milium.
I'nuiity Aitorni'v-W. ('. Mulkoy.
('(uiiiy Tri'in-uri r-A. J. AlUcti.
Slicrltf I'.'l.T Niup.
Ciiiinty ('oiiiiiiU!oiiit- T. W. llnlllilny, M. V.
row ti, (i.'n. W. .Nnniitioii.
VF1IICAN M. K.- Fourti'i'iilli atri-i't. Ii.'twi-i'ti
Walnut uml (Vdur "trr.-l; n.'nii'i'a Siililmtli II
a. m. uml T:Hi p. in.: suuduy srliool l::n p. tn.
CMIKISTIAN-Elu-lit.vtitli Ktn-i-t: mcctltiK
J bath lit:;) p. in.; pruiii-bltnj iKTiiidnnully.
llCIt('II OK TIIK UKDKEMEIt-tEplHoopiil)
) Koiirti-i-titb tlnu'l; Mornlni; prnyiTK tSnlitmili)
li)::m a. in.; i-v.-iilni: pruyi-m. 7 W p.m.; Sablmtb
iu IiodI !l a. tn. Li'v. St. .1. Dillon Lei-, Hector.
llHST MISSIOSAHY II A IT I ST CIICUCII.
I1 Tri-ai-bln at HI::Ki a. in.. - p. m., and T::m p. in.
Sitliliath -rliool ut T::ui p. tn. Itcv. T. .1. Slari',
f CTHKItAN-Tlilrl.'i'iitli -tn-.d: -.rvlot'i. Sub
lj Imtli II ii. in. ii ti.l T:Hi p. in.; Sunday ulninl 11 a.
la. lti-v. Diii'rHi'liiii-r, piiKtor.
MKT1IOD1ST-Cor. Kluhlli utid Witlmit utri-i-tm;
I'n-in lilnit Siililuitli lii:m ii. tn. uml T p.m.;
pniyiT tni'i-tliu, W.-din'mliiv "mi p, in.: Sunday
Si'liool,: p, m. It.'V, A, 1', Nl.ini.ioli. piiKtor.
1)UKSHYTKHIAN-i:iL'lillt Htri'Hi pniuliliiK on
Snlih'itli ill in : :u n. in. mid "::Htp. in.; prayiT
tni-i-tluir Wi'iIiii'kiIiiv nt T;;ui p. in. ; Sunday Si lioul
ttt : p. ni. lti-v. II. Y. (Ii-iir.', piictur.
QK('ONl) FltEE-WI 1.1. IIAITIST-FllliM'tillt
k7 htri'i-t, li.'tttwn WiiIiiui uml Cfdiir (.livclt.; n-r-vli'i'H
Siililuitli nt 'I mid ::!( p. in.
ST. .losKI'irs-iIlninnii I'lilholli t t'orni r Cro
mid Wulnilt ftr.'i-t: "i-nlriK Siilil.aili ln.;liiii.
in.; Suuduy School ut i p. in. Vi.pcri" a p. tn. ; in r-vIi-.'k
I'vi'i-y'iluy ul H p. in,
CT. I'ATIMcK'S -illoinnti Cntliolli ) CnrniT Nlnlli
tr Mri'i'l mid W.11.I1I111.M1111 aii'iiiu'i uril.-i'i. Siili
luitli s mid l.i 11, tn. ; .mt d p. in. ; Suiul-iv Si'lnml
U P. III.! mliv lA.'IV ('.IV Ml n p. tn. II. -v. F. Zlllll l,
CAUHOT.IMK 01ve' ,h8 u,m""t nfc
CAKBOLINE " lr:ffuct"on
CAIlIiOr.rVK ltfrvo (r"m Irritating and
) MtHOT.TXF. Istuenatiiriilnoiirl-hment
vilili-.yijli.llj for the lulr.
T?r.OT TT " '""'n lii'lor-i-d liv iho
VyililiVljl lA lllKlRi))t nR.,licul alllliurty.
C AT. HOT TVT .lv- m-nk unfl -Irklv hnlr
j.i.itjitii4 ilie KloMindl(.rulioutli
Thk Genuine Article
To ho Had at Uarclavs
Collier. Smthi rn. Phoenix any other Lrand
wnnted iheiij) at IlarihiVs'.
Friiith and Ann-riian cheap ut Ban-lays'.
J Rlnck, Orc":i. IJlm-. Yellow. Drown R, d and
all coli. c1ii.-ii;i at IJan lays".
PURE LINSEED OIL,
I!:.w and D.ile.1 TURPENTINE. JAPAN
IRYER i-hcaji ut I!:iit l:t vs.
I'i'iirli, Fiiriiiture, Damar the le.t, to lie
had at li.irclnvs'.
W c 5
C 1MU)T TF ('lrc farted or crnv hair
o-VIinWll Ci in lt natural color.
(! MillOT WV uot 4 dye-retorn the
CAltP.OLINE t',,rt" M l,r ',10
l' VIHIOI 1VV K,fl" the hnlr tnolut anil
C'iVhl)V;iilAf tin-hind col.
( ' 1?I U I IV V lk''" On- hnlr look until-
rl!l!(H IVpHMIrtirul, friiL-unt, mid
V . 1 v I ) V ) 1 4 1 A J j tun; ull t he time.
FOll 'I'll IS
Wonder of the Am-: !
Go to J lap'' it .
T 1 J AT
MARKETS BY TE LEPRA PH.
I.ivKHPooi,, Juso 12, 12:.'i0 p.m. Wlnat
stwuly; winter, 10s lOilills; s)riii,', 8s
11ilaiM 7d; Ciilit'ornia im-ni!,', 10s r,ijr,()
Ciil'toriiiu dull, 10 Hilyils 2d.
Corn new, 2oN Ud; old, 27s adtSS fd.
NEW VOKK OltAIN AND I'ltODt'C E.
Nkw Ydkk, June 12, 12:011 jt. in. Wliei.t
(I'.iii't; No. 2 Cliiniiro $1 121 12;No.
2 Milwaukee, f 1 121 12'i'; red winter,
$1 I4f,1 IS; ainiicr, $1 UJl 20. Corn.
quii t; steiiiner, 4 it ; No. 8, 42c; No.
2. 4- l'V4'c.
cificAfio onrN and rnowcE.
Ciiicaoo, June 12, 10 a.m. Corn July,
ii'l.c; August. 87037. Wheat
June, 07.c I .id: July, nine. Esti-
nmted reecitits of hoys, 32,.")00 head. Pork
July,)JS 42i hid; Auirust. fs r'.l(&i CO.
Chicaoo. Juno 12, 12 p. m. Corn cunIi,
:)0,78o akcd; July, liO.jC l.id; August,
:;7;4'c hid. Pork July. $i 02.2VS C.-,;
Anyut, $i SOivs M2is'. Wlnat July. 74e
i:"-coN(;i:i.ssman daurei.l i;e-
EOi:: THE COMMITTEE,
IntcreNtiiiir lidails Ahout the New Or
WAMOMiTDN. Jim.; 11 IV rominltteo
ini-tiiri-,' itit the allii il i-i.'etion frauiUi.t
Louisiana apd. Florid:, r-f'.'iu'sl its s"-:''U
('Iiainn.-in Putt -r li.-t 1 r-..d t h-tt.-r t.
Stanley Matthew, arcoiupanyiiiir the s;:!-pit-na.
t:itino that it va- not t!n- di-Nin- of'
the committ'-i- in any way to hit. -rt'en- with
Matthews" duty as a s.-mitor. and that t'u-iv
would U- every dNjioMtion on the part of
the cf.mmittee to niK-t his convi'iiiem-.- with
respect to the time if att'-ndanco.
At the Miifoe-tiun if Mr. C"X tip' wlioh
suhject was laid over fcr the present.
James E. Anderson, sipcrvisor of regis
tration for Ea-t Feiiciaiu parish. Li;i:iia:ia.
whs recalled and fiieti mnl hy Mr. Cox
relative to the appointm-ft of his hrother
!1 ihe Philadelphia custolA house.
Jain.-s A. Eoulds, appuiatiiiutit clerk t
the iMM-totlk-e dcpartiuent,. wn hworn, and
pnxltii ni a letter from the iostmaster-o;i'ii-eral
st .ti v: that 15inlils had the papers and
hooks "iitiired for I.y the coinniittee in ref
eiriii e io tlie appointnient of Joseph A.
Howard and Uotllds JJ.iker. Dolllds was
eX'tin'-ieil at h iith hy General Dutlt-r. and
st ited hat Itaker lirst entered the postol
tice department Oetol.er Hi. lSTt;, as a
twelve hundred dollar clerk. 1 ndi r the ad
ministration of Piistina-trr-Gencr.il Tvner.
Hit- naniisof tin- parties reroininendino'
tin- itjijio' nni at wi n- O. P. Morton. Julm
H..!icock itnd Iti-presi-ntativcs ThiiH-kni' i
ton ainl ('u'hrr-toii. IJ.iker continued in
th's position until Apri' 1. 177. when he
wa-' ilisiiiii-d. i-'td in April 17, 177. at
tiir instance of the parties lirst n-e. inmend-i't-r
his itpiointmriit and other-, he was ap
i i'ii!. 1 spi t-ial lu'i-nt at ? l.-Joo pi-r niuium
and s.) per ihem
Lilh-y, ii. jiuty sixth auditor of the Trras
nrv H: paitin. iit. was recalled, and said in
I reply to a i.i. t'nn hy Mr. Cox, that lloulils
i Baker was paid strictly in accordance w'th
the authority -.t'en ni the rcv.srd statuti s.
Iiaki-r was in the service aspei ial noeiit.
The recoiiiiiii-ii'litinn for the appointment of
lu'o. lloward. iissisttint clerk to the ch-c-toral
coiumissi.il, was siirin d hy Senators
McCrary. Una: and others. The p cohi
nioinhiiioii w:il hase.1 tiioi Howard's elli
ciem y in tin- i .rvice. in coinpilin-r the vol-tuiii-l-'iown
ai the cm t of tin- ciivtoral
ll. ccs Wi- then taken.
Ii, illi Al l. WANT!.!).
At the opi :ii:iir of the iif;eriiin session
l'X-( 'olle-resslliall I'. It. IV.rrnll was sWor:
and i x-iiiiiiii'd hy Mr. McMahon. Daival
in rcsioiisi.' in 11 few preiimiiiaty ipn-siion.
trave tin-n.iin s ofthe piiin ipal applicants
for the positieii of collector of the port of
New Oilcans, and tfio ( xaminat-oii pro
ceeded as fullov s:
t. Who vim pushing C -o. II. Smith,
who finally secured the oilier what asso
ciation of parties? A. 1 do not know
that any l.oily was. except that In- was ap
pointed i ill's is entirely my opinion) on the
recommendation of the reiurrinir hoard,
i dthoii-xh Smith is n ini n of pretty fj.-ini!
record and irenerally acceptahle.
Q. At what time did you heconte itc
(piaintcd with Senator Matthews tirstj A.
I was introduced to him, I think, when
he was down there ns it visitinif statesman,
as it was called. I met hint in New Orleans
more than a year n.tr . I have heen ac
(piaintt'd with hint since the hcoinniiiir 0f
the session in Octolu-r, mid have met him
(j.pid he take any part in the contest
for the collectorship of New Orlransl A.
Yes, sir, I think so, At least it was sup
posed itmim-r nil of us that he had consid
crahle influence with the president, uml I
c.-.lled on him in n-jrnrd to the matter sever
al times. Other of our friends from the
l4V- ll.'ve joti now n recollection of when
Mr, Andi v-oii came over hero in connection
with Jlr, I'ui'k-.id's claim or yours to the
culled. r:-hi'.' A. Anderson had tin inter
view alii'iil i!r middle of January in regard
to that lai'iiei- Anderson reples'Mlteil to
me io) I I'o k. :,1 that he laid some inlluencc
wiilt .M.itih' w-a ml he volunteered to ju
i iiils-e M iti'ie-.s. uml he i ! id so. and I
thiol. Senator M.'.ttli-ws told me, in fact he
!i'i-',.,i ','. d t-ie t i av to Packard that he
hii.i i i'i' I'-ae n i I his opposition, and say
V I icsard would h" acccpta
ii': '. - inf diit.-d in - that the
I ,-nTAClT V All
trouhlo was that the president did not want
Packard. Dd'oie that Matthews luid hecn
l.itterly opposed t ) Packard. I had l.ecn
to sec him some t'tno heforu Anderson saw
Q. What was thn 1 lfluencc, if you know
from this conversation, that Anderson exer
cised on Senu'or Matthews which hroc'ht
the chalice of front.' A. I do not think
Anderson's influence Lrouirht nhout the
chum.'.-. It helped it. I think, hut I do not
think it hrouht nlxnit the chan','e.
Q. What did? A. I talked with Sena
tor Alatthews a nuinhcr of times, imd otln r
yens from our State did, and aliout that
time, you know, there was a change of front
down thrtt'. Senator Matthews hud stood
vciy w ell d i'vii !n our State, and had hecn
con up in'.: fur his part in w hat was called
the Worm cy Conference, and one tl.'nand
another, ;.nd f eaino; up the Nicholls govern
ment, and thn newspapers o-ot tii iihiisin
him, and he did not feel so friendly to the
Democratic element that helped t-i tiring
him ar-ifid. and then ulsn the interview
Aith myself, ami I think Anderson a great
deal, hei auso Matthews represented to me
that he had said to Anderson that he had
tiii.tlly hecoini.- satisfied that Packard under
stood hi tter the wants of parties down
tin-re, and wits the proper man to he ap
pointed. As to any other influence, Mat
thews never represented that Anderson
Q. After the time you hecame satisfied
Pack i -d could not gel the position of col
lector, you then urged your owa claims?
A. This is a very peculiar Administration.
I was going to say that up to w ithin three
or four days of Smith's appointment Sen
ator Matthews thought Packard's chances
very good, and I represented to Matthews
and to the President that I preferred Pack
ard's appointment.' Matthews informed nto
up t-i within prohrtlily two weeks of the ap
pointment that he thought Packard would
Q -.Was it at that time it looked very well
for you to get in it. A. Yes, sir, I think
pfoliahly flint it did.
Ij. Was that through the Influence of
Senator Matthews for ymi? A. I don't
know. Mr. Matthews told me he had one or
two i'jterviewa with the President in my he
half and that lie S'.-tmcd very nvuitthle t;
iaO. and that I would lie appointed.
( Was not Semit ir Matthews at a err
lain period of time aft-r he withdrew his
opposition to Packard active in your hchalf
an I did he not urge upon the President
your appointment' A. lean say nothing
further than what Senator M. -.tthews told
me. He t. ild nie he would endeavor t in
fluence the President in my favor.
(J.- Do you rememher .Mrs. Jenks heing
le-re? A. Yes, sir; she was here. It was
piiV.i.-'icd in the papers that she was here
and that -he had the Sherman doctiineut.
IJ. .?!i" was le-re claim!,ig tn have the
Sherman letter? A. She told me she had.
II What was she doing with it? A.
I could not say; fuy impression is Mrs.
Jcnks came here the latter part of January,
and think the day uft.-r she came, she taint!
up tii the house and called me into an ante
room and stated to me she whs desirous of
assisting Packard in securing the pice,
and that the administration did not appear
to consider the claims of licptihlicans
down there who had served the party that
Packard would appoint to serve the 'par.
and good men, and she offered her services
that is, said she might he of service. In
any case she said she was gning to see Mr.
Sherman. 1 think she said that she hud
an agreement or letter. She said this let
ter wns written hy Mr. Sherman and that
she wanted to use it if it collld he Used to
help Packard. I didn't care to take any
part in the matter ami told her she had
hotter see Packard or Kellogorsonieh idy,
and I think that was the last I mv of her.
I rcineinher distinctly ln r telling me at our
first interview that she had tin- iliicunteii's.
It may he that she said she was represent
ing a paity that had firm, hut I think she
said she had them,
t. Ahout how long w, s it lu fore Mrs.
Ji-nks changed front on her statement as to
ha !ng or not having the letter? A. As
nearly as I can reccolleet she was here a
couple of weeks. 1 never talked with her
after that except as I passed her on fu
st feet once or tw ice; 1 nit in the course of a
week or mi tin re was an int-riew with Mr.
Sherman, in the course of which he said
he had never given such a letter, for Mrs.
Jcnks admitted he m-vcr had. She pub
lished a ca-d !n the Times to that effect. I
rcineinher during lie time A'-dcrson was
hen- In- saw her.
hat other copies of Slici man docu
ments are 'n existence; any except tin-original
document w Inch she claims to have?
A. I am not sure. I expect Anderson had a
(J. How long did he have it copy? A.
I have no idea. I recollect Andersoy told
me that the original document was left with
Welter soon after it was w ritten, and he
had a copy. I suppose he has had a copy
II When was the first time you knew
that Matthews was aw are that certain papers
were not in Anderson's hands which it was
any ways important to take up? A. I can
not answer the ipiestioii just in that shape.
Matthews never said to me that Anderson
had any papers he. desired to take up; on
the the contrary lie said tome in one of our
interview-., prohnbly in March, that the
papers in Anderson's hands were of no ac
count, and he did not care whether they
were taken up or not. I ineiin his letters
that he might have written. I remember
we had a conversation at that time in re
gard to tin- Sherman letter, and Matthews'
opinion was that there was not tiny such
letter ever given, and that it was not worth
Hy Mr. Cox What was the date of that
conversation? A. It wort Id he some time
during Mandi; that is my recollection in re
gnrd to our conversation.
Dy McMahon. -Look at that letter and
see if it is your handwriting and if it re
freshes yoiir recollection ns to any mailers
(handing him a letter to witness). A.
Yes; this Is a little earlier Onto titan i
thought. I said ill wits dated in March, but
1 see it is dated February 17. Thn conver
sation that I Imd with Matthews was about
this letter this document. At Iho time.
there was nothing said ahout my rec
ollection of any pnpers or documents or
ttnyth' ig of the kind. Matthews said lio
was anxious to obli viv AmlckBon.
(J. ndeison hud just been over here,
Imdn't he? A. Yes, l't: I inui-'ino lie had
just been he; e. Ilewai over a number of
Mr. Cox heie retpiested that the letter he
read in full, insiead of being taken up
piece-meal, and McMahon, complying, read
Iloi-SR OF IJlflC rNTATIV. I
Waki.inoton, I). C Iti.S, f
My Dkh S it; I celled on the senator
this ever' g; found 1: .in expect'ng me, and
said all end more than I i-xpec.ed. lie
snys the president will not nppo'nt P., and
nt once suggested I should take it. I am
to ad! .e with him as coon as Wells
is out of the way, which is in two or
three days. He will evidently work he.ui.ily
for me. Packard also Hi.it I to-day he would
support me in case he ci n. otgetit himself.
If you think best, you wiite lomc that in
tlcnking the matter over since you have
gone home, you are more convinced that I
am tie; best man, and th.tt it wtH suit, you .
best. He wants to do w hat is right by you,.
lie tells me. and I know desires that you
should be satisfied. W.ite a strong but
careful 'etter. I need henlly say that if I
should by any means get the place, I will
nppreciato you, and if I don':, I w ill all the
siinie appreciate yot r etfotts. Will write
you anything new in the crse. (live my
respects to Mrs. A., and be ready to come
over if necessary. Truly, etc.
I Signed D. B. I).rt:Ai.L.
To J. E. Anderson, Philadelphia.
X0IJI.ING AND THE EMPEROR GET
Prayers for the Empress of Russia,
I'ho l-opir'rt lf.;ilth, etc., etc.
r.UU.IAMKN'T TO UK DIS.-OI.N EI).
Bui-.Lis, Jc-ie 1 1. The federal council
lttiaminousiy voted a proposition to dissolve
the German parliament.
Mill! !NO llKCOVFiltlNO.
The condition of j)r. Xolilhig is so much
iinprr.vod that it is thought likely he will
reCi'Ver. The recovery of the emperor in
progressing wondei fully. To-day ho cele
brated the forty-P'uth anniversary of his
fir treasonable utterances among the classes
infected with Socialism continue, very fre
quent. TIIK CON'OUKSS A SKI'ONDAltY C'ON'SIDKl'.ATION.
The subject of the approaching congress
of the pow ers in this city attracts relatively
le.-s public attention than the internal crisis,
which is kept promiscuously in view by the
activity of the police and the partisan prep
aration for the approaching election.
London, June 11. A statement is cur
rent that the dissolution of parliament will
slioitly be announced, ami the reKirt finds
such general acceptance that several mem
bers have gone to look after their constitu
encies. TIIF. KEVKlt.
MacGahan, special correspondent of tint
daily News, died at Constantinople Sunday
n'-ght of spotted typhus fever.
rilAYF.lt Foil TIIF. KMIMtF.SS.
Sr. pKTF.r.sni itn, June 11. There was a
solemn service of prayer at Isaacs cathedral
to-day for the recovery of the empress,
London. June 1 1. The amount of bul
Ihiii gone into the Dank of England to-day
on balance was L'!tMt,0(lll.
STUlkF. CONTINI FI).
Over twenty thousand operatives, in mass
meeting assembled to-day, resolved to cou
tituie tiiu strike.
with which the cotton opera, ives hold their
position, in the face of the great suffering
that prevails, is in some way account -d for
by the fact the men are impressed with Uie
idea that the masters will soon be com
pelled to yield. Statements have been cir
culated among The men showing that the
loss of the masters upon their unemployed
capital was several thotifend larger than
their loss, and would be, ,t. -cording to their
stat 'ineiits, :f they resumed work at their
HIE l'.KICHSTAO DISSOLVED.
Hkhi.in, June 11. The federal council
have unanimously dissolved the reich stag
arrived here to-day, and had an interview
of three hours with Prince Dismarck.
TIIU l'OI'K's HEALTH.
Rome, June 11. The pope's health con
tinues to be very unsatisfactoiy, ami causes
in tuh uneasiness to his frinds.
A THU'Ml'll Vim LIUKltALS.
RurssKUj, June 11. The elections have
resulted in a triumph for the liberals. It
is expected that the clerical ministry will
A fSTIII AN MOMMZATIOX.
London, June 12. A dispatch from
Vienna says: Austria has inolrirzi"! her
FKAUS AT CONSTANTINOPLE.
A dispatch from Constantinople says
there are renewed fears of trouble.
AN EMD11YO STATESMAN.
St. LonU liepuhlli-an.
Tlu-re is at least one lmy of tttrong men
tality growing up near the imperial throne
in Germany. The- embryo leader is it ;
nephew of Prince Disinitn-k. The story
goes that tlio boy was sitting ou
his illicit! a knee, when ho suddenly exclaim
ed: "I hope I shall be great like you
when I grow up." Dismarck asked, "Why,
iiivihild?" "iJccauao everyone fettrsyou."
"Wouldn't you like It better ft everyone
should love you'' The boy reflected and
replied, -on, no; tor when people love you,
uncle, they cheat Vott; hut when they -
you they let you 'cheat them." Tl'u Bruut
chiitic'tllor replied : "My loy, you aro
likely to have your wish." The age ol the
boy is uot stated, but he is of the stull of
which lender and ruler are uiade.
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