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THE DAILY. CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, . SATURDAY MORNING. JUNE 29. 17ft.
fJMITH, HACK fe CO.,
NO. : BHOAI) STREET, -
Hcpcctlully Solicit Cou.!niiit'liU of
provisions, produce, grain and
m eruiand1se gen eh ally,
rpo .ch they will jjive rarvful and prompt at
1 tciuion. They aru prepared to make liberal
lid will upw' their lic.t efforta for the Intc.retti of
Uu favoring tbrm with coni-lurncnte.
Refer, hv perml.lnn. to National Baku, of Ail
gu.ta; National Exiiianum Dank, of Auiut. l.
(JAI110 it ST. LOUIS 11. r.
Shortest Line to St. Louis!
ITIE tralna hy liil. road connect at it. Louie and
1 Ea.t St Loiti with all other llnce to the EAST,
.mill II A.U BUI I II.
Thmajh MpreM rea Cairo 10:nYi a m
Throuvu ejpre.. arrive at Ea.t M. Laul. :4p.m
Mtirphv.'ioro acrnmmodatlon leave. Cairn :l.'p.m
Murpli.v.horo arc. arrlvM at Murphy. boro HrUp.ui
Through eipre.. leave Eat Ht. Ixiulu H:4. a m
Through eipre.. arrive at Cairo 5:15 p.m.
.ntirpny.nnM arc. icavee .viurpny.uoro 5:.l a m
Murphy.boru acc. arrive, at Cairo ItUp.m.
Cairo and M. Eoulu
' Kali road in the onlr ALL
KAIL ROUTE hclweea ( air and St. Lool. under
nue niaaaL'eovtlili therefore there are no ilclava at
way .tationa awaiting connection, from other llnra.
1P Pa.eairvr fcoleit North. Nortura.laDd Wtl
uvula 1101 lujr their Hi kef until Lacy nave eiam.
laid our rate, and route.
L. M. JOHNSON, General Manager.
Tl J. FINK. General Aijrnt, Cairo, III.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R
Shortest and Quickest Route to
St. Louis and Chicago
rpilE only road running two dally train, from Cairo
j making nrfi comic, 11011 wnn r.atcrn iiiot.
TRAINS LBAVK CAIRo-1 lu p. 111.: FaM ex
pr... arriving in St. I.oui. T:.'j p. ni. ; Chicago S:UH
a. ui.; 1 : in p. 111.: Cincinnati and Louievillr Fa.t
1. 1 in-, arriving in I Im Innali at 8:05 a. ni. ; Loui.viile
Tin a.m.; Iiidianaeoioi 4 l.'i a.m. Pa.tOifur hy
Ui' train arrive at e'mve point
12 TO 3U IIOl'US IN ADVANCE
Of any other route.
1 .) . 1 1 1 a m Kat Mall, with .lo-pcr. attached, fur
1 . 1 " M I.I H'l anil t II ll'AGO. arriving ItiM.
liiiul. at H:rl a til ; Chicago at : p. ill., coune, t
I n u.- t otiln or Effingham for Cincinnati, Louisville
FAST TIME EAST.
1 UVVCriN1" II'"' K" through
1 .ir'JJj.ltlliUni;, n. Kb.i without any
delay railed lit Sunday Intervening. The Satur
ilav afternoon train from' Cairo nrrlvc. In Ni'H York
.Moiidav mnrnlnx at 1ti:l. Ttilrty .ix hour. In ad
vine of any otto r roun?.
Ailurtl-'-miMit. of compitlnj line tlmt they
make better time than till" '' are tn,'d either
through Iftiora-M T or a de.lre to tnilead the piilir.
Kor throuL'h t kei and Inrorinatlon apply at Ilil
tiolr Central Ha Iroail depot. Cairo,
TKAIN.t AKHIVE AT ( AlltO:
Kxpr.n l:flo p.m.
Mall 4:il a.m.
.IAS. .lollNMiN. lien l Soiitliern A't.
.I. II..IOSES. Ticket Aivnt.
(JAIIK.) A: VINCKNNKS U.K.
i'i HTf VH THE MIOHTEST KOl'TE TO
01 JUL IV) KviuiHvilUn
1 7 Al II VO THE S1IOHTEST T LOt'ls.
H .'1 UiTiO VII.I.K. CINCINNATI, HAL
TlMuliE AND WASHINGTON.
II AIII VtjTHE SlIoHTEST TO INDIAN
H .'I 1 liVirs AI'iiLls.l'HILADELrUIA.NKH'
VOliK AND IIOSTON
SIX nouns SAVED
r iralm of all othr rotttea making the ume
THeiieera bv other rotitea to reiike ronni'c
llou. mu-t ride all' tiluht. waltlne from one to lx
hour, at .tntill country elation for tralni" of con
liei tlnp roiul..
"P rMrMIU'l?TlllirA1'T 'akt'Oitr4:45
Jt I.U Ij.U I) 1JI , train, retichlni.' KvaiiK
vlllc. In(ll;iniiial. Clnclnuall and l.oulwille came
iliiv. TrHlna leave and arrive ut Culro nf followa:
Mall leave. 4:.m.
Mill I arrlven lOnmp.m
Through tli'ki'la and cliecka to all Imporluiil
F.'a'miI.I.EII, II. L.MoHItlt.I..
Oen'l I'll.". AL'etll. (ieuerill Up t.
L. II. fill 11(11. IWeiltfer A.'elit.
TiZTm. & SOUTHERN.
Expri'.n lenve. Cairo diillv
'x,.'.'".il..l'(v.,', "' Cairo daily
TiMHi n. m
(JAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
l.r.WKa I.RAVRa l.CAvra
Kont Knurl h MIknouH l.nnd'B. Kentucky Ld'if.
HI a. m.
i i. ni.
4 (i. Ul.
N::m a. m.
1ii:m ii. m.
It a. m.
8 p. m.
5 p. in.
WATCHICS. JEWKLKY, ETC.
Edward A. Buder
(Succc.aor to E. li V'. Buderj,
And Dealer lu
Watches, Clocks, Fine Jewelry
Cor. KItrLth St. ami Washington Ave.
Watchmaker & Jeweler
NO. 10 EIGHTH STKEET,
Between Commercial tud I
Wo.liiii.'tuD area., (
FIXE WATCHW0RK A SPECIALTY.
nr"En4raiug and all kiuda Of repalrlnf neatly
BrT All klnda ofSolId Jewelry made to order.
WHOLESALE WIN EH AN I) Uyt'OIW,
Whole.alc and Retail Dealer! la
Foreign and Domestic Liquors
Wines of all Kindra,
' NO. 60 OHIO LEYfcE.
MESSRS. SMYTH CO. have constantly s larze
t.u.lr 1 1. U I - I ., K .. -...I A I J ....
e.pecial aileBtloa to the whok-.ale bruuch af th
PAINTS, OILS, WALL PAPER. ETC.
13. F. BLAKE,
Paints, (Jils,Yarnishes, Brushes
Window Gldsj), Window Shades, Etc.
Alwaya on hand the celebrated OLfHiVATiNU
lrW Bnildlnj. Com-
mrrrtal Ave- I
NSUHANCE AGENCY OK
Wells At Ki:jtjl
Royal Canadian !-rapift!w)u!iiw"Ioid
British America lir: ivJ
( i'IIim illn Fir "d Marine ( VilevIlK N
Jllllt ( A.et. 1.444.!H7.M.
T'lll'iti ' if l'liliadelphia; r.talilMied iu 1M.)
1 HHMI, An-el. fKl.lii.'.m.
I JU 111(111 Ai-w tK $H.-il.M.
(il'11VI11 (Of Kfepnrt. I1IA
Wtl Uldll (A,et. ' IM.87T.M.
lilsjiS WHITTEN AT FAIR HATES.
OiHfNf. lii-Alxin(Ur County Jlank.
SALOONS AND RK.STAI UAXTS.
Saloon and Restaurant
nit ni? or
AY INKS, LKJUOILS AND CIGARS
Cotiatuntly on lintid; 11I.0 lino conntant! on linndi
lut'Xe enpply of
FRUITS, LEMONS, ORANGES, A 1'1'LES,
AT V'llOl.r.HAl.E AND HKTAIL,
At the Old Ielnionlco Hotel, fill Oltlo Levee.
t.- 1-4 i.i.iir. 11 a
1 . . .'V . .
I ,eu.. .1 . ...
I lit l llo;ce.(, mo.t
'ii-untf ,"i nio.i i.fiinne
if all llerfilme. for ll.etoi
Hie hnndkcri hie! ai t;.
tiillel n net In tliu huth. I
ueiiu'litrul ami henltlifiil
In llu ic! riintii. p.il!..,..rf
wcakncM, fi.llffiie, prontrutloti. iMrvottm..n ot.d
heaihielie. Look oil I fnrcoulilerr.lt.. Al.v.a,lv
for Florida Water, pn'pared by tl le pro;rli tor.,
M 'r. I.aiiinnti It Ken:p. New Vork.
For "ale by pifrl'uinur.. drtlKlata and fancy Rood
. tV u i T
i S -a r 1 2 n g
w 1 !t H X K
.etkk 1 1 ; r 111 1 im ut
'T?.?4ff f ill Ilk II. 1 1
L 711 e13i n.
FOUitTII Of JULY
I'll'ler till! AUKJllel'H ()f till!
Knights of the 3Iystic Krew
OF COM US,
AT ST. MARY'S PARK, CAIRO, ILLS.
1)Y roitcrt of t)ivcltUnaor Cairo thu above eo
J Ji letv Inn, ''lii undertaken tile celelirutlonol thti
tiLOItlol H KOl'KTH. Llhuul lontillitition. on
tbepurt of our cltiieeua Kill eualile the Kren to ulve
a reh hrutloii thut will ecllpae nil their former eilorta
and no pallia will lie .pured to muka the afliir the
ifraiiit.-Ht and .MOST KNJOVAIILK CEJ.KIIKA
TION EVEUOIVEN IN CAIRO. Thu li.Hofut
tr.ictlonare numerotia. AOKANI) I'.UIAbli, lu
which It la expected that nil the oocletlea In Ihi- eltr
Wlllpartlrlpme. liKADINlj THE DECLARATION
OK INDEPENDENCE by one of Cairo inauy tal
ented and popular yonnj ladlea. to b followed by
ORATIONS UV M'KAKERS OK NATIONAL
REHITATION. The flmft
trSTRINO and IJRAss ffSfrin the cltvhave
been cnnajfed. and a EISE DA NCI NO KLOOR, M
by 111) feet, will b erectod for the plea.uru of thoee
who delight U trip the liL-lit luut ihU: U:. HljRnK
RACINO runuliiK race half mile heal., bet two
In three. $10.ni entrance, $.'.un added by the Myotic
Krew, aecond hor-eto iivu atakea. 5 to ent.tr. 3 to
.tart Alan TRoTTINO and I'ACINO RACES,
FOOT RACES, EAT MEN'S RACES. WHEEL
BARROW .RACES. SACK RACKS, CATCHING
OKKASED MOS.CI.I.MWNO OREASED I'OI.KS,
etc., etc. Suitable premium, will ba awarded the
victor in the above .porta.
The evening'" exercl.ea will open with the
GRANDEST DISPLAY of KIRK WORKS ever auen
In theclty. ArranL'.menu have been made to have
EXCURSIONS RCN ON ALL THE RAILROADS
ENTERING THE CITY AT GREATLY RBDl'C
ED RATES OK PARE. The ateamer JAMES
KISK. JR.. and ferry TIIHEE STATES will carry
PASSENGERS AT HALF KARE. Nothlni? that
can add to the amuaement and comfort of ourvMt
on w ill be wanting
COME ONE. COME AM. and enjoy a GOOD
OLD FASHIONED CELEBRATION.
T. M. L0VF.TT,
( HAS. GILHOFFER,
FRANK M. WALKER,
GEO. M. FRV.
Committee of Arrangements.
A LAY OF SPORT
July 4, 1878.
Barbecue and Dance
HA ING removed rjydinrlng ball from itn former
ite. to a .pot more milMblu. and having entire
ly remodeled tne hail, 1 will on the
Fourt h of July,
Give an nld-tlmn Tlarbacue and Dunce, to which I
cordially Invite all, guaranteeing all who attend a
day of xeiiulue plea.ure and recreation.
In the afternoon a rare between tbertef-t race man
formerly owned by Jjnie. Ktua.tar. and (hcbliavvr
mare for a "take of $im a aide will b run.
Refreshment' In ahnndanee will tie at the dlcpo-
km or Une-ewho iHu (.h them, attbe mo.t n nton
II. F.AVILIIUK.V. Projiri. tor.
rjMIE CITY NATIONAL HANK,
I W. . II.U.I.IDAV. Prealdent.
II I.. HAI.I.1HAV. Vice I're.idetlt.
I WALTER IIVSLOIV Ca.hli-r.
. "TA T TAVLOR. V. r. II.M.I.IIiAr.
iirsiiv t.. tiAtxiiiAr. ii. 11. i-i s.iivi.iiaii,
O. U. WILLI AH to:., HTM'HIiN IIIIIO,
II. II. CANUXX.
Ext limine, Coin and United States lionds
HoVGHT AND SOLD. .
D.'tMi.lt. received anl a general bunking bu.lneaa
I.EXANDEH COUNTY HANK,
Commercial Avenue and Eiulitli Street,
K Ultoss. i'rol.lent.
IV N KIT. iee-l'reaideut.
II. WELL... Ca.hler.
T. J. KKRTll. Aaalatimt Caahl -r.
V. Ilro... Cult 1: William Ktntro. Cairo:
Piter Neir, Culm: Willliint Wnlf. Cairo:
A. Miatil:u. Culro; It. L. Illlllimelev, M. Loula:
K. Under. Ciiiio; F. II. Ilrliiknriii. si. L011I.;
11. ell, Culro; J. V. Clum.oii, Culejoula.
4 GEi:Ht. nw'Klvr:
,t ItlK.P.wt 11,. I, I., at...
S:iv tiL'ti Iti iifiriiiii'iif 1 ! !! .ma n.uil 1 ..11
niii-liicm pnniiL.il- iittcndcil to.
JNTERPRISE SAYINGS RANK,
Clmrteroil Match 31, l.'ifill.
i 0FWICL IN CITY NATIONAL RANK,
IMKI.Esl p!d i depo.lt- March 1t and Sep.
teill'ier .'t. In!ei-.'l l.ul w i t intrifTS II l Hililed lll.
ni.-uiM to tl... prim ipm r the ilcpu.it,, tluwcliy
llln! Iiiem I' lt.ip.miKllllt' lU.t.
i ir-Clillilren mid 'iiurrleil n-ninen ltm' depoalt
ninncy 11ml tiu out- pOko cau draw It.
WALTER HYSLOP, Trkavrer,
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
LiVERpooi, June L?8, 2:iJ0 p.m. Wheat
Quiet; winter, ,9s 6i1(7J10h; mnr, 8h
8il02,!).s 3d; Califonuaavfrno;c,9s lli(filOi
3d; Ciiliforniit cluli, 10s SdCJlOs !ld. Corn
Dew, slJiI&S'.'jO.l.jol.l, 27s ad(a2TH(.l.
new York grain and ritoDLCE.
New York, June 2T, 12:00 m. Wheat
ii'miiiml; No. 2 Cliic.'Ufo, 07980; No. 2
Milwuukee, 09c; red winter, 1 0-1 107;
unilier.tl 00(jjl 00. Corn qtiictiBteitiiier,
l:J:; No. 3, 42c; No, 2, 44Jc. Gold,
" Chicuio, Juno 2S, 10:00 a.m. Corn-'
Cash, li-Jifc; July, 30c bid; August, 30;c
l)id. Pork August, 0 30(0 32,'i; Sej).
tcniher, f'j 49 47i. Wlieut July,
HOc; August, SOgc.
CMK'AOQ GRAIN AND rilODlTE.
Chicago, June 2H, 12:00m. Pork
J uly, 9 22 J,'; A ugust, p 37 J ; September,
$9 550 53. Wheat-July, 87'c bid;
August, 81 c. Corn-tJuly, 30?B'c ; August,
RECOLLECTIONS OF WM. E. CHAN
DLEIt REGARDING FLORIDA.
DEPARTMENT NOTES AND EVENTS OK THE
DAV AT WASHINGTON.
Washington, June 27. The Ptter com
mittee questiiined ex-Marshal Pitkin tion
the metluxl of employing deputy marshals
in Lou-iiana. Pitkin Haiti ho alwavs be
lieved Lu the legality of tho ParkaI lej,'is
latiirc, and was of the opinion that the
Packard govetanent could have sustained
itself within three weeks after recognition
by the administration, without the aid of
Witness narratud a statement made him
by George J. Swa.y, of the conferenee of
meiuU rs of the Packard legislature ami
members of the MeYeagh commission im
mediately pnfedfng the withdrawal of the
troops ami the recognition of the Nudiolls
The examination was continueJ at length
noon the farts of the MeVi-airh eoinniwsiim
and Gen. Rutler requesU'U that Packard lie
subpu'iiaed to apear before leaving the
IliMoa Ic and Cot said the minority of
committee were nisoseU to accept tho tes
timony 01 1'itkin as reirnrtls the aifairs n
Iiiiiosiaiia and stinjested the additional
witnesses would only accumulate evidenct
ana He lay tiie jimgri-ss ot the invostiga
During the disettsion Mr. Rutler re
marked that ho wanted the great fraud
proiieii to the liottom, ami Mr. McMahon
said the (uestiim of going into an investi
gation of the MeYeagh conitnisMon Inn
been decid'.d in secret session, and lie
voter! fur it upon the ground that (Sen
1 a. i ...
uuiicr lni'irmeii tne committee that an
agn! uient had been entered into whereby
the i i.udul'.'nt count of the rote of Louis
iana '.ad bv .1 mulct flectiM!, and that he
could prove it.
tieii. IJiitler, to tor witness I desire to
ask ymi if von had any conversation with
either Hawley or Harlan before they re
turued to Washington, after the reeoLmi
tioii of the Nichols government? A. Yes
sir. I had.
(J What was said alxnit pnividiug for
1 1 1 i . . t .. . ..
inose who nan tent tu.t aammi.stration their
services.' A. Thev saiil tlmt when tln.v
arrived in Washington they would see Mr.
Hayes, ami arrange to have all the lcailini'
Ri-pub'.icaiis, who hud Isirne the brunt ot
the work in Louisiana, taken care of.
(J. Did that include Anderson? A.
Anderson's name was not mentioned.
i. l' ,'ir. rotter colim tlie Kellogg
giiverniiit'iit have maintained itself w ithout
the aid nl leoeral Irisips? A. 1 es, sir.
There were no federal troops in New Or
leans before 1S74.
After a short executive session the com
mittee took a recess.
TEST1 Ml IN Y OF ItlMIKR C. III.ASUK'K.
Tin committee reass 'inhled at 2:30 p.m.,
and Roger C. I'.lascoek was called to the
stand, who testified that during Inst winter
Mrs. Jeitks 1 man 11 at his restaurant, on
Ninth street, in this city, and he had a con
versation with her, when she told him that
she had a conversation with Mr. Sherman:
! that de had insulted Irr. and if he did not
look out she would make it hot for him
yet. Some days later she show d the wit
ness a reply to an article in Ihe New York
Tillies, w:iiten by her. That she knew of
the whereabouts und had control of n letter
from Mr. Sherman to Weber, which she re
ceived fniiii Mrs. Weber. She then said
that she would go to New Orleans and get
the document, and asked the witness to
loan her money, as she had not enough to
oot Inline. She did not go, and the vitness
knows nothing further about the matter.
THE I I.OHIDV CASK.
Tin' committee then passed on to the
Florida case, and ll"ii.
WM. K. ('HANDLER
wjis sworn, lie stated in reply to Mr.
Springer, that when hi Florida, shortly af.
teilhi' presidential elirtion, he hict'liov.
Noyes at Tallahassee,
At tlilspoint the cMiminaliu:i was inter
rupted, and L 'oriurd Whitney, manager of
tin1 Western Union Telegraph company,
said, that in r 'spoils:; to a sulipiena of the
eummiltee calling for telegrams from
Avftu's D. Jenks to Janiea (', And 'ison, and
I'iikin to Anil'ison, during the troubles
of August and September, 1877, imdJanu
ary. February and March, 1878, he min,t
-late that the Hies for August and Septetn
her, 18T7, haw been shipped to New York
ami prooahiy destroyed; and during the
Hiier inoni ns only 0110 telegram could he
found, which lie left with tho committee
It is dated February 1, 1878, and in it Mrs.'
Jeuka asks Auderwm whether he was com
ing over on the followingi'ay.
Clf A NDI.KR'h HKCOLLKCTION).
Mr. Chandler then stated that he had no
recollection ot any conversation with Mi-Lin,
in which Gov. Noycs was reported by Mc
Lin to have said he was authorized to say
that he (McLiu) would be taken care of;
tines not know whether Mr. Wallace or
Gov. Noyes made any such statement; does
not recollect having had any conversation
with Gov. Noyes upon the subject; Gov.
Noyes did not tell the witness the cause of
his coming to Florida; does not know at
whose instance Gov. Noyes came; the wit
ness had requested that other Republicans
lie sent there, but did not ask specially for
Gov. Noyes; the witness had many conver
sations with Mr. Lew Wallace, but the lat
ter did not say anything about taking care
of those engaged in tho count.
. In reply to Mr. Hunton, Mr. Chandler
said tluUUov Noywdid not tell lilm that
Louisiana was all right for. Hayes, but he
said things looked hopeful; dot not know
that Gov. Noyes gave any assurance, gener
al or specific, that the members of the
lioard of state canvassers would be taken
care of; is unable to remember whether ho
himself gave any such assurance to McLin
and Cogwell, and believe he did not; dins
not remember hearing anything of the sort
The witness went to Florida at the re
quest of the National Republican execu
tive committee : uiw nothino-nf Mr llavno
. I g - -, iwi v a.
cither More or after his going to'Florda;
tie 00m wrote and telegraphed to either
Mr. Haves: or the liltter'u aiwrutnrv Ciml
A. E. Lee; has no copies of the lettters sent
10 jiCtt or tne telegram, winch read:
William S, Matthews and others of high
(Signed. W. E. Chan Di.au.
'William'' meant Senator, l'S. Matthews,
meant Stan lev Matthews, ami "rninv" mount
things look favorable. He sent thia- d-V
patch to Capt. Lee, leaving In Ji to do as he
thought licet. He certainly expected that
Lee would communicate that telegram to
Mr. Hayes. Mr. Matthews did not come.
Tho witness does not know why. Gov.
Noyes, John II. Casson, Lew Wallace, Wm.
M. A twit, Wm, jfli. Robertson and D. G.
ltollins of New York, nnd Kmnris II. T!:ir.
low, and John Little of Ohio came.
Jlr. Hunter Your telegraphic demand
seems to have had gisnl results.
Mr. Chandler Satifactorily so.
Mr. Chandler then read a telegram of
Novemlier. 1870. in which the word "Itoli.
inson" stands for f'1,000; then comes: "Can
we aiso nave Jones: ' meaning vLan you let
mo have $2,000 more?" "Rainy for not
more thau one-tenth of Smith's apples'
meaning that a majority in the state would
lie alwut twenty-five for Hayes. "Cold fel
lowt" stands for Democrats.
The witness did not know w hether Gov
Noyes came to Florida ut the request of
Mr. Hayes. It was undoubtedly well under
stood by tveryliody that Gov. Noyes was
especially intimate with Mr. Hayes.
In reply to Mr. Hiscoek, Mr. Chandler
said that a number of prominent Democrats
were in Florida at the same time, among
them James E. Drown. V. M. H.Ynnnir nnd
A. R. Lawton, of Georgia; S. O. Thompson,
of Pennsylvania; Manton Marble, Perry H.
Smith, of Ohio, and John F. Coyle, Chas.
. vtooiey and lhos. M. satterstall, of
Roston; E'. L. Parish nnd others. The
Democrats e.veelled in noniliers und idiilitv
The witness ussigned the Republican visit
ors 10 ineir respective unties.
Gen. Rutler showed Mr. Chandler a num
ber of teletrrains. many of which Mr.
Chandler stated he saw a year iil'o last
winter More the senate committee on
privileges and elections, and many of which
were in cipher, vt lien he was Rehire the
Field committee lie deolincl tn ,l,. lnlu.p
those telegrams, because he stood in the
relation of counsel to the parties who sent
them lllld did not wish to deeitdior tlinin
without uermis.sion : but whs never recalled-
has been ready to testify conceniim them
In renlv to Mr. I'.ntlpr. Mr f 'li.nnller
said that quite a number of persons who
stissl in relation to the election were re
conitnended to otllce by Gov. Noyes, and
the witness had no doubt a number were
appointed. Quite a number were dis
appointed at Gov. Noyes' departure for
France, and the witness himself thought
that he ought not have been left alone in
Washington to liKk after all of them.
Mr. Potter Mr. Noves was nut iiotuiint-
ed on your recommendation? A. I think
not. i have no doubt he wns iitiiiiiinteil mi
account of his eminent civil and military
Mil. I.. II. Iii vvu
of Alachuca county, Florida, was then failed
mm sworn, and stated tlmt he was in Tal
lahasse shortly after the uresidential elec
tion, and there met Gov. Noves. lie ev.
plained to Gov. Noyes the dilliciiltv about
Archer precinct No. 2. and Gov, Noyes de
SlVeil that he should testify eoneerniier that
precinct before the returning board. The
witness told him that lie had better not put
him II Hon the stand, ns he itlie witness)
might be detrimental to the case; intact,
1. , 1 . . ...
ne sain 10 i.ov. iNoycs that unless the latter
meant to abandon Ids case he had better
not llllt the witness oil the stntid. Gov.
Noyes often spoke of Mr. Hayes as an
especial Iriend, mid assured the witness of
Mr. Hayes' desire to lake care of the South
ern Iloimblicans. The li.-nnlil ienim in
Florida regarded Gov. Noyes as the special
relirt'SelllaliVi' of Mr. Haves. Tl 01 vcltm.Mtf
knows iiothingof any pledges made to the
members of the c aiivaNsiny; lnmi',1. .vM jn).
Iircsslon had trained lthuihI tlmt tin,
visitimr statesmen were not .Ji. ,.,,.
and none cared to save the stole' Cm-
H ives, and tlnniLrbt Ifitves was'riitlioi,
adherent of the Greeley movement. The
assignment of (l -a IJarlow to Alachua
COUIItV lent Color to the imininn ,111, 1 1 1 1 .
ciiipet-hngoei's held a sort ofim indignation
meeting over 11.. nut witness went to Gov,
Noyes ami was assured bv him tlmt Me
Hayes was a staunch lloimblienn und anx
ious to ni'oteet the sinilliei'ii Id I III I ll llll I1U
and he said that Im would work hard to
save the State ticket as the iMtionat ticket.
Thia was based iiimim the fact that Gen,
Harlow had been In i-oitaiilliiiinii ulil, ii...
editor of A lending DemiH ratic paper, and
tho witness protested that Gen. Barlow
aiiouid not present the case to the canvass
ing board. Ho to'.d Gov. Noyes that if tho
State ticket was to be sacrificed the wit
ness would see to it that the electoral voto
would be given to Mr. Ti den.
t (f. Did Gov. Noyes question your abil
ity to carry out your threat? A. No, ho
did not seem to.
Q. It was just as easy to do ono as tho
other? A. The vote was very close.
The committee at 5 p.m. adjourned.
1)1 TLKIt's I'OLICY.
In th(' examination of Pitkin to-day
Ihitler laid thu foundation for trying to
prove the alleged bargain of the Louisiana
settlement. Butler said that while ho
should prove Mr. Packard was legally
elected, lie believed that Hayes was entitled
to the vote of Louisiana, as well as the
vote ot every other southern state, if a freo
and fair election could have been held.
Some of tho Democratic members ot the
committee took occasion to differ with
Gen. Butler on this point.
PACKARD SUMMON KD.
The committee, at instance, of Gen But
er, has caused a telegraphic summons to
be sent to Packard at New Orleans, to
come before the committee before sailin"
for Eurooe. RnH,.r .,;.i ), n u o..ii'
nrd would throw some light on the trans-
""""" "uiiu no intended to snow up. It
was a fact, he said, which could lie proven
that the returning board of Louisiana was
kept up to this work during his count by the
promise that they should not lie harmed, but
taken care of. As the committee has enter
ed upon that branch of the investigation
the session will probably continue most of
OVER TIIE OCEAN.
THE QUEEN'S REMAINS LYING IN
HTHANOF. STOUT OK A TRAGEDY IN RlSSfA
NOTES OF INTEREST ON THE EASTERN
(it-'ESTION OOllTSCHAKOKr SICK, OVER
W II ELM ED AND DISGUSTED AISTRIA. WINS
AN IMPORTANT VICTORY AT RERUN.
THE REMAINS l.TTNO IS BTATE.
Madrid, June 27. The announcement
of the death of the queen of Spain has
been received with profound sorrow and
sympathy throughout Europe. The feel
ing m Spain almost approaches consterna
tion. Hopes were raised at the crisis of
the .disease that the vigorous
constitution of the queen might triumph
over the complication of maladies, but her
condition was made doubly perilous by the
fact that she was expected to Income a
mother before the end of a year. The
queen died about noon, in the arms of the
king nnd surrounded bv the royal family
The remains will He in state to-day and be
conveyed to the royal mausoleum at Escu
nal Friday. The president of the medical
faculty of the royal palace, in a bulletin an
nouncing to the president of the council of
ministers tho death of the quoen, attributes
tlie painful event to nervous gastric fever
accompanied by severe intestinal hemor
rhage. A WOMAM MURDERED RY HER TOUTHFUt,
London. June 27. . nimu......,.,...,
occupying the Russian criminal tribunals '
u.nivv into me shade the gloomiest imagin
ation ot the old Greek
the murder of a mother by a son only nine
11, ,ieo ,,1,1 Tl , ...
J1'"" 'e story is one ot tlm nnt nn.
palling in the wlw.i 11 onnnlj ..r 1.
- . " , . """"i" "i nullum
crime; and withal it is heart breakin" as
snowing the misdirection of a noble nature
tor the motive of the rpioi.i 11-. iu 1
., 1 . . ""ii"r, mei
the son slew lust nuitlo.i. H,., t,..- 1.1 1
. , . ., 11, - IIUHHl
might wash out a stain her infi.UiK. i.,i
put upon her husband's name. The case
is most remarkable. Tl
part ot the boy. On the contrarv. Im
seems to have had a loving heart and
to have been tenderly attached to
his dead lather; but a cloud came over
u.sjoitng e.vistanee when his mother, for
g -tting her duty to the living im! the dead
contr.n fed an illicit alliance with a govern
ment employe. The woman seems to have
troubled herself little to conceal her
amours from her son, thinking a child of
such tender years would not be likely to
pay any attention to her actions. sj10 does
not seem to have ever suspected the pre
cious sensibility of her child. TheWiy en
tered his mother's bedroom and finding her
asleep, with one blow of the hatchet he
killed her. He then took the body, which
he dragged to a grave he md prepared,
and there interred it.
The trial of this strange boy is progress
ing in the town of Yalok. in the govern-
I Mu ni 01 iMiuraow. .ir. Medimier, pro
! lessor ot criminal law at the university r
Khuikow, has spontaneously undertaken
the defense of the unfortunate child.
THE FORTRESSES TO UK DISMANTLED
Lonisin June 27.-A dispatch from Iler
llll s:ivs: Ihe eoii-rrous lnu l....:.i...i .1...
I.. ,. , , -" ""'i uiai an
the llu ganan tortrcssess, including those
1 011 the Danube and Shumla and Varna, shall
llv." U irilllllll H'l 1,
ENGLAND THREATENS TO WITHDRAW
The Ilniish plenipotentiaries threaten to
withdraw Iroin the congress if tlie question
ol the cession of rurkisli territory to Greece
is even discussed.
The Roumanian representative presented
a memorial to the congress yesterday
THE M Alicia ok SALISIiniv
cvK'cts to leave n,rli fr ij0mi(m on
IlKin.iN, June 37 Hi ports current in di
pl.mialic circles eonllrm the statement that
Austrian occupation f Itosniu is iinniineut.
ll is stated that until three .lavs ago the
proposal lor tin: oceupmi,,,,,,,' j'j,,snm Bll,
llei.egovina was cniirev disapproved ,y
PRINCE ( IIAIU KS.
I I.N n a, Jutia 2?. The Pivsse says:
Kouiiiania having refused a large nmiiey
iiideminty for the retroceasion of lleswirabin
and having ttlsn refused the proposal to di
vide ReMsarabia into two parts. Itussia now
proposes, through Bismarck, that Prince
Charles bin nue the future prince of Bui
gtria. This is opposed by the Itoiiiunnitin
statesmen, but they express a fear that
Prince Charles will accept tlie offer for