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JL JLLlL AJJAJU JL
NO. : BROAD STREET,
I!. ;n-i.Uui1y Solicit (,'on.l";um.'ii! of
pro tisioxs, produce, grain and
m kucha x ui.se g kx erally,
'PO rhlch I hoy ill :,We careful ami prompt nt
J. tuiirivh. "iii'-y are. prepared to inuke liberal
and wfl' ua-' Oolr Wi effort, fur the lnt"ret of
to..j Loorluj Ihem with col.-i;;limctiti.
R.-fcr. by p.rmi.aiun. to National Bask, of Aa
K -t n ; NaTIoai, Ev HAM. Bask, ol Auu-ta. (m.
(JAIRO A: ST. LOUIS It. It.
Shortest Line to St. Louis!
rPIIK train, liv thi road connect t St. I.onl and
1 K i-i st. Loiii- lth il other line to tin- EAST,
North and south.
Thru'jffli eipre.a leave. Cairo loan i n,
Tiimuii ejprca rrli- l Kant ht. I.oiiin t.:l."ip ni.
Mirptij.born accommodation leave. Cairo 2:1.1 p m.
M jrphboro acc. arrive. at Murphy. boro :Vip m.
Through eiprc.. leave. Ea.l St. Loiil. a. H;i.l a m.
Through expn-.a arrive, at ( aim 5:1." p.m.
Murpln.horo acc. leave. Murpby.boro S:Ma.m.
Murphj.lxiru arr. arrive, at l afro U.'ui p.m.
If V1 TMRKIf TI,K lro and St I-onl
hrj.UIi.UDJ-iU Kailroad la tU.- onlv A I.I.
HAIL Rol'TE tn-l.-.-u Caira and St. Lonl.' under
tunnaTUfal : therefore there an-no lcla at
it jiiona awaliliu murn-i iiut. from oth--r line..
tr l'ari;i-r. gains North. Northea.t and Wc.t
hyuld not but their li. ket. until they hare exam
ur4 our rater and r-mt.-
I.. M. .lullN SON. General Manager.
B. i. KIN K. (i. ti. ral Ai-nt, Cairo. III.
JLUNWTKNTUAL It. It
Shortest and OjiiYkM Route to
St. I-ouis and Chicago
'Pll K on'y road riiiinin-.' two daily train, from Cairo
1 makiiii! dln-i l -tnni-. tlii wiili E.lru line.
TRAINS LEAVE A I Ho-- 1 In p. in : F-t
pr.. nrrivim; In SI. I.oni. 7:.M p. in.: chb k'o :'i
a m ; l:lo p. in : inclnn.tl and l.oul.ille Kt-t
Line. ;irr:ii:u' In t im Innati at sail a. in.: Loiii.v illc
T t'l a in.: Ind'.aiiauoii. 4 : 1 ." a in. l'a.".-ui5cr by
h: trai.l arric at aliow point.
v to ;Bi m nits ix adyaxck
(if any olli-r mr.l.
1 .) . 1 1 1 a m Fj-i Mall, with .-. j..-r- aim. Io-d. f-ir
I I " T l.i 1 1 I- tii.i1 llli Ai-i'. nrri vim: in si.
!.f!ii rT i'-:"U m : t 'lilr:i'o n! . : p. in . rniiiirrt
I i..' si inllii i.r Krliir.'liiiiii fi r t imiuiull. l.onifilK
FAST TI.MK KAST.
II j'jl.'V'' .Mlv llil" li"'- '-" Hi roll -jh
J I.Hi , . Kh-i Hltlioiit any
il-jv c au.nl I iy Siimlay Inii-rvi iiiin'. 'I in' Satnr
ilm nfi--rini'iii train Innn Cairo rrivi- In Ni-w York
.Mutiliii inurniiut Hi:. Tlilrty-.U hour. Ill ad
.m. nf anv oim r ri'lilr.
j .iM rli-i iin ni" of rmni llni! Ilio " that tln-y
niaki- l-:ii r linn- than ihl mil- iin-d i i'lu r
thrmili l.'iii'rii:i' t- or a dr-in- to iniili iid tin- puMii .
Kor ttiroitli ' k' t and information npl'lj' at 1111
Hit t i iilral Ita Irond di Kil. Cairo.
TKA1SS AltlilVK AT CAII'.O:
tj , 1:i' a in.
.1 s .iciHSSoN. t.i u'l Soiitln ru Aa't.
.1. II. .li INKS. Tlrki-t A.'i-lil.
ft ril 1,V THE SIHiltTK.sT IttHTK T(
01 Jlllili Mvaimvillf.
I Aril 1.V Til K Mlnl.'TKST To l.f H
H ..MllihS MI.I.K. CINCINNATI. HAI
TI MoICK AND WASHINGTON.
i i IVTHK sllolM'KsT TO 'NI'MN-
)b .MILhS AriH.IS.I'UlLAIlKI.I'HIA.NKW
TUIIK AN It lltisTdS
SIX HOURS SAVKD
ilvi-r Iriilti orull iitlii-r roiiti- milking- th' 'ami'
If I'n-'i-iiL'i'rii tiv othi-r roiiti-. to lunki- roniii'i
ilnn niit.t ri'li- nil iiIl-Im. wiitilnt' fimn om-to lx
honr nt .mall roiintry .t,-illii for tniltia of ion-ih-iHih
1 1 'At V I l.'l 'l'U K l'ACT anil iikrnliM:n
Jili.Uri.iUlM.iH ., in.irHln. ivni-lillitt Kvhii-llli-.
InilliuiiipolN. Cincinnati iiinl LoiiIIHi- '
.1 iv Triiln. Ii'iivr mill arrhi' m Culm fiilliivt.i
M..H I.- :' H
. I0:iii p.m.
Tlii-niidi ilVkcii"' anil tin' k. to till linpoiiniit
1..-I. I 1'H.L A-tit. '.-nrr:il '.'llpt.
I.. II. i ll L ;'!!. IVm-n-rjiriit.
S71 L T. NlT i S( UTI I KltX.
Kxpri- li-iivi' Cnlro ilnlly.
K jin ajTlvi'ajtl J'ulnijliiiljjj.
. , r-n:i il. m
I.KAVK I.KAVK. I.KAVK.
font Fourth t Ml.aottrl Liitid'u. Ki'iitmky l.d'tf.
H . m.
ID A. nt.
tf p. m.
4 y. in.
H::VI a. in.
Il):'l it. in.
!!::) p. m.
It n. m.
11 p. m.
:l p. in.
ft i. tn,
M'ATniKS. JEWKI.RY, ktc.
EdAVARD A. UuDEIt
(Su.rr-i.or to E. Si W. Hiidor),
And Di-altr In
Watches, Clocks, Fine Jewelrv
Cor. Khfhth St. ami Va.iiiifton Ave.
Wiitcliinaker & Jeweler
NO. 10 EIGHTH STREET,
B..-twi-i-t) Comini-rci.il and t P.iJi.i 111
Wa.hlnu'tou avc, ( . l illlO, ill.
FINK WATCIIWOUK A SPECIALTY.
("Knftrtvlijg and ill kiud. of ri-pairlnj neatly
Wi0 All klnria ofSolId Jcwtflrjr mado to ord.T.
WHOLESALE WINKS AM) LII ORS.
t SMYTH tfe CO.,
Wbolt-.ate and Retail Dcalora la
Foreign awl Domestic Liquors
AVincs of all Kind.-',
NO. CO OHIO LEVEE.
MKssUS. SMYTH 4 CO. have con.tantly a larue
.tin k of tint hi-t good, in the marki-t and five
i-p ial attcntioii to thu KbuU-aaie braui h f the
PAINTS, OILS. WALL PAPER. ETC.
Window (Mass, Window Shades, Etr.
Alay oil hand the crMinU-d ti.uniNATixu
lroaa' hullillns, Com-1. f'-iii-n Til
itif-rciul Ave. I I allO, J II.
J XSlItAXCE AGEXCY (!'
Wi-u.s iV: Ki-inir,
Ilrit si mm(-Aur'
M i I lav SI Li ' Eire and Marine (Mil. vllle. N. J.
.Willi tlllt , A..et.. jl.lW.'wT.M.
I'll inn "Of Philadelphia: e.tnhll.ln-d in lsnl.)
' lU'Wl, A.-el.. $.tl!.liCll.
Fii'dii'in' ' ,,,f ,v'n- o.i.
r III II 1 at 11 ,A.ct. $110. IJI .!;.
(il'l'lll lll ' (Uf Ur.-port. 111. I.
I Illllll , A.aet. $4.V.r:.:.
ItlsKs WRITTEN AT FAIR RATES.
Oilier in Alixninlrii- ( 'ounty Hank.
1 X t
ft c x
SAL(H)NS AND RESTAURANTS.
Saloon aiul Itestauraiit
THV. IIK.T or
WIXES, LllilOHS AN D CIOAKS
Conaluntly on blind: nl.o hn roii.iantly on hiiml g
lurjje . upply oi
KHriTS, LEMON'S. ORANGES, AITLES,
AT 1I0I,IA1.K AMI HKTAIt..
At till- Dili llelllliilili-o Hotel, till Ohio Levee.
Mi l! I! AY a wl
V LOW I DA
,V "HI CC,
I jl tin il '. 1 i , in o. i
'4 lnlliiL' )-l t iiei,cu-e
..f ..n u t
tin- hiiuilkercliicl m the
toilet mill In tit" halh.
dellirliil'iil nil'! Iieitl'hnil
In the .Ick loom, relieve.
weukiie... fntlitiie, iro.triitlnu, tn-rviniaiie.. nnd
liemliiclie. Look mil for roniiterl'et. Alnav. a.k
for Florida Water, prepared by tliv.ole proprietor,
Meaar. (.annum A Kemp. New York.
For .ale by perl'iniieia, dritKi,'!,!! and funcy ijoiiila
ILLINOIS, SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 30, 1878.
KOL'HTII f )F .Ii;iiV
t'mli-r tlii Aiiilcca of tin'
Knights of the Mystic Krew
AT ST. MAKY'S I'AUK, CAIK0, ILLS.
I V n-iiii-t of llircillz.tfii of Cairo the above .iv
Ji li ty (in- j;iiln undi rtaki-n tbc celebration or tlu
t.l.oldol s KH IM ll. I.lttcral coiilrlbiitloim mi
tin-part nriiurritli-n. will enable the Krcvt to five
a ci-lilinillon thai will ei lipfu all their former ell'ortH
mid no pain, will be .pun-d to iniike the ntl'air thv
L'landen and MOST f.N.IOVA UI.K CKI.OHA
TION EVER f.lVEN IN CAIRO. The li.t.ufat-Iraiilonmri.-
iniiinroii.. A (.HAND i'AHADK. iu
uliich it Ik expi-cti-d that nil the .oi ietir. In the eltv
KlIlpHrtli ipaie. I! KADI NO THE DECLARATION'
OK INllEl'ENHKNl E bv one of Cairo . many tal
ented mid pop ii I u r viiiiii" ' jUle.. to he followed by
OltATlONs H v HI'KAKKHH OK NATIONAL
HKM'TATION. The fljient
ir STIIINO and BRASS MUSIC In the rltv have
been enirairrd. and a KINK DANCIN( FLOOR, !)
by lill le.-t. will Im- erecl.-d for the plea.lirt- of tlio.o
who delight to trip the IP.'ht iantH.tlc toe. IIORSE
RACINO riilililnir race- half mile lieutK. be.t two
In three. l) ill entrance, $.l.ll added by the My.tlc
Krew, n.-cond horiii-to .ave .take.. .1 to enter. 3 to
mart AIo TROITINO and KACINO RACKS,
KooT RACKS, KAT MEN'S RACES, WHEEL
BARROW RACKS. SACK RACES. CAT IIINO
GREASED i'lOS. CLIMBING GREASED PULES,
etc., etc. Suitable premium will fou awarded the
victor, in the above .port..
The evenliiL''. .xenlw. will open with the
GRANDEST DISPLAY of KI REWORKS ever cen
lu tbecltv. ArriHiircniciit. have been made to have
EXCURSIONS RUN ON AM. THE RAILROADS
ENTERIVi THE CITY AT GREATLY it EDI ( -ED
RATES OK FARE, 'i tie .t.-amer JAMES
FISK. JR.. and fcrrv THREE STATES will enrrv
PASSENGERS At HALF FARE. Nothing Hint
an add to the ainu.emeut and comfort of our vi.it
or. will be wautlns.
COM K ONE. COME ALL and enjov a GOOD
OLD FASHIONED CELEBRATION. '
T. M. LOVETT,
FHAXK M. WALKEK,
GEO. ii. Ff!Y.
Coniinittee of Arriiiisfenients.
DAY OF SPORT
O L I V10 B IIAXOH
Jul)- 4. 1678.
Barbecue and Dance !
HAVIN't; reinovcil mydancln hall from It- former
.Ite. to a .pot in ore .iiiiable. aa d having entire
ty remodeled the hall. 1 will on the
Fourth of J uly,
tiin- an old time ltnrbiirue and Dance, to which I
cordially liiTiti-all. iruaraiite. iiitf all who attend a
dav of c. iiiilue plca.ure and recreation.
IuJlic afunioou a race In-twi-eti the fleet rare mare
furin.-rly ownwl by .lame. Kvna.t.m and the Shavn
mare for a .take of Jim a .iile will lie run.
iiffri-.hiiienl" in abundance w III Ih-lit the di.pn--it
of iho-enho may wih tti'Ui. nl the nioi-t nMin-iibli-
II. F. WILftlltX, Proprietor.
rpK CITY NATIONAL HANK,
CAPITAL. 8 100, OOO
W. P. IIAI.I.IDAY. Pre-iderit.
H I.. IIAI.I.IDAY. Vic- Prc.ideiit.
.. MTAAT. T.VVI.OR. W. P. IIAI.1.IIIAV.
IIKM1V I.. IIAI.I.I1.AT. II. H. CI-NNIMiUAN,
O. I). II.I.IAa.o., .TKI-IIKN MIIIII,
II. II. CANHKK.
Exi hanire, Cuin ami United States Howls
BOUGHT AND SOLI).
rti po.iM received anil a jri-tlcra! baiiklliU' blline..
jLEXAXDEK ColXTY HAXIv,
CoiiiinciTial Avenue awl Eiirlitli Street,
F. RltOSv 'r,-Hdelit.
P. NEFF. lce l'ie.i.:.iit.
II. WEI.I.s. Ca-hier.
T.J. KERT1I. A..I.III1U Ca.hier.
F. Itro-oi. Ciilio; William Klnue. Cairn;
Peter Ne(f. I iiiio: William Wolf. Cairo:
A. Sii.mikii. Ctiiro; It. L. IHIIIiil'-Ii'V, Si. Loul.;
K. Under. Cnlro; K. II. Brlnkiniiii. St. Loui. ;
II. Well.. Cairo: .1. Y. Clem.on, Cnleiloulit.
GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS HON E. Ex-
i t. cnniii- .om linn iioiil'Iii. lincri'M pnlrt III t lie i
Siivlii..'. liepiiitinent. ( ollecllon. niiidc mid nil
bii-.iiic.ii promptly iitleinled to.
jXTLHI'UISE SAYIXOS IJAXK,
Clint'ti'i-iMl Match :, 1 licit.
0FWICR IX CITY NATIONAL HANK,
INTEREST paid on ili.ioll Mnrch 1l nml hep
I bi rl.t. Inter.'-! not wltbilniwii l lidded Im-
incillalely to the irlnclp.il il the ilepu.lt., thereby
eivlii' them coiiipoiind liiteri-. I.
t f-- Cliililceii nml inn ri led women limy ilcionlt
money nml no one rise emi draw it.
WALTER 1IYSL0P, Trbaslher.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAM!.
Lm eiipool, .hint' 2!), 2:0(1 p.m. Wlient
iiii(.-t; winter, Os 0li& 1 0.-f ; spring, 8S
Mdi'Jn Ul; Ciilit'oruiii uvi.-r.io'y, )H 1 l.lclO ;
:M; Ctili foin in cluli, 10 JJ.llOs (id. Corn-nc-w,
2J.-.(5d; old, 2Ts iJdOt 27.0l.
NEW YORK ORAIN AND PltODITi:.
Xkw Yoiik, .Itint' 20, 12:00 in. Wheat
nominal; Xo. 2 Cliicao, OsOUr; X'o. 2
Milwaukee, 0!)c; n.-d winter, i! 01(1 07;
umber, l WiOt 1 0!t. Coni qtiii-t ; stenmer,
4:ie; Xo. ;),42c; Xo. 2, -14 44 J A-. Gold,
Cricaoo, June 20, 10 ;00 u.m. Wient
Jttlj, StJJj'c linked; August, S2,,8'82,4e.
Corn -July M&Mc; ua-tist, '')&,c.
Pork July, p 30; AujfU.-t, U402'; Se)
temlier, p 57. Xote. The lionrd will
adjourn tit 1 o'clock p.m., July lid, till Mon
day, July 8th, 9 a.m.
BEYOND THE SEAS.
THE SITUATION OF AFFAIRS AT
WOItK OK TIIECONOKESS APPKOAf IIINO COM
PLETION A VOICE OK DISSATISFACTION I.N
II UNO A It Y Tl'lt KE Y .101 NS IN A PROTEST
AOAINST AUSTRIA'S DEMANDS THE
QUEEN'S DEATH CASTS A OLOOM OVER
London, June 28. A disputed from Ber
lin says: Russia is willing to leave the Su
lina mouth of the Danulie to Itoiiinnniii,
taking the remainder with Iii-ssnrabia.
THE WORK APPROCIIIMI COMPLETION.
It is seini-oth'eially announced thnt
congress will complete its lalnirs in ten
I'ksth, June 28. In the sitting of the
lower house of the Hungarian diet, M.
Tisz said: It cannot In- for the interest of
Hungary to have the S-l.-iy states on the
southern lnirder of Ilungary joining hands
with each other, thus casting a chain about
SIGNIFICANCE OF THE DECLARATION.
London, June 2. Considerable signifi
cance is attached to the remarks of M.
Tisza in the lower house of the Hungarian
AN EXTKAOltlMXARY CAI1INET COUNCIL.
Constantinople, June 2s. Count Ziehy,
the Austro-Hungarian ambassador to Om
itantinojile, visited the grand vizier, Sofia
lVlia, yesterday morning. An extraordi
nary cabinet council was Mibsyijucntly held,
the sultan presiding, and the question of
Austrian occupation of Hioinannd Herze
govina was discussed. The, result was an
order to the Turkish plenipotentiaries in
the Kerlin congress to protest against such
occupation, unless the period of its duration
be precisely fixed. The council lasted a
PREsKliVIMl THE CONGRESS IN OIL.
London. June 2s. Tin- town council of
JJerlin is considering a resolution thatagrand
historical painting be made at the expense
of the town, commemorating the meeting
of the congress.
are being constructed Ht Agram, Hungary,
and the provision contractors have been
ordered to deliver at the Agram railioad
station by the loth of July provisions for
fifty thousand men and forage cavalry.
THE FRONTIER OCCUPIED.
Vienna, June 2S. The Tresses says: lit
consequence of the violation of the frontier
near Liono by the Turkish troops, the fron
tier ;.,wn of Ilelibrig has been occupied by
the Dalmatian landwehr.
Constantinople, June 2S. The sultan
has fears of another conspiracy, and has
summoned to the city to, noil fresh troops.
Numerous arrests have been made of sus
A NATION IN MOURNING.
Mai mil), June 2s. King Alfuitso has
received telegrams of condolence frum till
the European courts. All the simps were
closed yesterday. The theatres hav e ceased
playing, and business on change is sus
pended. It has liecn decided tliKt Hie
body of the queen shall lie in slate three
days. The funeral will probably taU" pi tee
KKOUIKM AT ROME.
The Italia states that the pope will cele
brate a solemn mass of requiem in the Sis
tine chapel for the repose of the soul of the
queen of Spain.
A NEW GREEK LOAN.
Faiiis, June 2M. A new (ireek loan has
been concluded iu this city for fifty million
francs, at eight per cent, redeemable in III)
REDUCTION OK EXPENDITURES.
London, June 2S. li is said that orders
have been issued to reduce the force ami
expi ndituies at the Portsmouth navy yard,
and il is understood the autumn maneuvers
will bo abandoned this year to aid retrench
ment. IIUI.I.IOS WITHDRAWN,
London, June 2S, The amount of hub
linn withdrawn from the Hank of England
on balance to-day wa l':t(i,ll(ltl,
The universal testimony of all mothers,
who have once used it, is that Dr. IluH's
l'laby Syrup is the best medicine for chil
dreii teething or sulV.-ring with ilinrrliiea hi
I will sell on easy terms my farm sit
lulled in Pulaski county, containing One
Hundred nml Sixty Acred in cultivation,
good improvements, in all respect; shunted
three miles northeast of Caledonia.
Foi' information, apply to John llognii.
A CIIA1TER COXTIULTTE1) 1!Y MIN
Washington, June 2s. The Potter cum
inittee appointed Messrs. Hunter, Me.
Mahon, Springer. Uutlcrar.d Iliscock n sub
committee, to remain in Washington and
take testimony. Messrs. Potter, Morrison,
and Cox will act as a relief fur it und the
sub-committee iu Xcw Orleans.
At the session to-day l E. Dennis re
sumed his story. He said dux Xo, 21 of
the Arch precinct, Atehini county, Florida,
was objected to by the Democrats on ac
count of nn alleged fraud. The inspector
of the Mills had, in a confidential conversa
tion with the witness, admitted that there
had been 210 fraudulent names added to
the list of voters, nml his knowledge of the
fact was partially the cause of his declin
ing to testify, as requested by Gov. Xoycs.
The addition of these. 210 names was u
matter of public notoriety.
The witness was appointed by the secre
tary of the treasury as an employe, in the
secret service. His instructions were to ex
amine the records of the United States
courts in N'orth and South Carolina, Geor
gia and Florida. After resigning this posi
tion he was appointed agent of the internal
revenue, but his commission was cancelled
before he entered upon the duties of that
ofliee. The letter of recommendation written
by Gov. Noyes was submitted. It is a formal
letter of recommendation to Secretary Sher
man, mentioning the witness as one of the
many Republicans, ostracised in Florida,
an. I commanding his application to the con
sideration of the secretary. The witness
never knew of Gov. Nov.is having put in
evidence before the returning ljonrd any
thing excepting the facts ns furnished him.
It wan the idea of the southern Republicans
to impress upon the minds of the northern
Republican that everything was; fair and
honest in Florida.
To Mr. Butler the witness said he be
lieved the returns in Archer precinct should
hare shown 219 votes in excess of what
they did for the Republican party. The
Republican oflicers made up the deficiency
from the registeration book, so as to make
the returns show their proper iiuiuIkt
of votes. He believed there had been
fraud on both sides. When the votes wire
turned out of the box tho niissing number
of Republican votes appeared as having
liecn legally cast.
DENNIS WANTED AGAIN.
Dennis was instructed to hold himself in
readiness to appear beforethe eonnnitti'e, it
having liecn decided that the matter of the
manipulation of votes in Atchita county was
uot yet closed.
EDWARD K. NOYKS,
United States minister to France, testified
that he was in attendance upon the canvas
sing lmard in Florida during the last presi
dential election; did not goat the request
or with the knowledge of Gov. Hayes, and
while there did not receive either telegram,
letters or communications of any sort from
Gov. Hayes. He took a legal part in the
proceedings of the canvass, arguing the
cases before the lionrd of canvassers, etc.
He undertook to find out the facts relating
to the alleged frauds in Atchita county, Ar
cher precinct Xo. 2, and owing to parties
swearing one way and immediately there
after directly opposite, he had'lostall
confidence in them, Jmt finally,
from dilligent inquiry and the consistent
testimony of some forty or lily Re
publicans that they had Voted the
Republican ticket, he reached the
honest conclusion that the count was re
turned correct. He had asked Dennis to
be a w itness, and he, Dennis, had proved
the correctness of the vote in question to
the satisfaction of the witness. He did not
doubt Dennis' word that lie intended to
impress upon his (Meyer's! mind that it
would not be safe for him to go on the
stand for the Republicans, owing to his
knowledge of fraud, but that he ithe wit
ness) could now solemnly swear that tin
such impression was conveyed by the re
marks of Dennis, and Geii. Wallace, who
was present at the time, was now in the
committee's room, and would corroborate
his Xoycs') statement.
The witness pronounced the statement
by Gen. Cocke before the Florida sllh-cuin-mittee,
to the effect that he (the witness,)
Cowgill, Gov. Stearns and McLin, were
locked together ill the room of the secre
tary of staC: before the meeting of tilt?
board an unqualified falsehood. He had
no private conference with any of those
gentlemen that required lucked 'doors, and
with McLin he had no private conference
at all. ('
Gov. Xoycs then submitted in evidence
two letters written him by McLin. in :ive"v
friendly spirit, in which'he pictured very
elaborately the frauds practiced by 1 1 it
Demociats, and the delight he experienced
Upon learning of the siieeis of the It'-pilb-lii
an party, and embracing in the last let
ter a request that the witness should aid
him in securing the position of district
judge of Florida.
Gov. Xoycs said Gov. Stearns never told
him that arrangements had Urn iniuli
throughout the state that whatever might
be the actual vote, the returns would be
made to show a majority for the Hayes
electors. No such statement was made by
him to anyone, ami no such knowledge came
into his possession.
Referring to the fact that the passage of
the Potter resolution in the preamble to
which Mi-Lin's nlh'ilavit charging that tlie
action of the canvassing board was inlht
eiii ed by promises made by lion, E. W.
Xoycs, aU'ected him very painfully. Mr.
Xoycs said he thought it was very unfair
on the part of a branch of congress to
assail him upon so slim a statement as that
made by McLin, and he expressed a Imjie
that if this investigation should prove guil
ty, as charged, the coniiniitiv would make
his cxlo'iioralion as public n the charge
had been made, ami that it would not wait
to do so until the regular rport was made,
but would any so at once.
Gov. Xoyea said he never told John F.
Cnyle In Tallahassee that he had assurance
from Gov. Haves that the ineiiibein of the
canvassing board would he taken rare of.
He did not know Joint r. Coyiit inmi
Adam. He may have spoken to. hint but
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did not tell Mm anything- like that. It
would have been a lie, anil he docs not tell
GEN. LEW WAI.I.ACH, '
of Indiana, was called and stated that ho
was in Tallahassee during the canvam of
electoral vote, nnd was constantly in Gov.
Noycs company; never heard any conver
sation I iet ween him and McLin; never
heard them in conversation together; never
heard him discuss the canvass before it wai
closed with either McLin orCourgill; never
heard him indicato that there were an-yf
frauds committed by the Republican party,
which must lie covered up; never heard
him express tiny doubt that the Republicans
had elected their ticket; recollect, that
Gov. Noycs requested Dennis to appear lie
fore tint canvassing board, concerning
Alachusii county, and that Dennis expressed
a disinclination to do so, but the witness
received the impression that the disinclina
tion arose from a sense of personal danger;
never received any impression from
Mr. Dennis at that or any other
time thnt any frauds had been perpetrated
by the Republicans; received a decided im
pression us to the framls pft pet rated by tllo
Democrats. Dennis wauted to go upon tho
stand, because another witness, who had
been expected, had not arrived. "Who the
witness was, ()r what he was expected to
testify, he does not recollect.
Gen. Wallace stated that when he re
turned to Indiana, after the count had
liecn completed, he received a dispatch
from Hon. Zach. Chandler, asking him to
go back to Florida and attend to some
business lieforo the court. Hi. lintit-.f.,!
go, and then received a request from Gov.
iiiiyiruiogn. no went, ami upon that
second visit he told Mi-T .111 tlmf Im u-dLf
there at the request of Gov. Hayes. Gen.
H-..II .1 1 .... . . .
uuii.icx- men milieu mat miring a visit to
Mc Lin's house the latter told him that
shortly before Mr. Manton Marble had
been there at his house and had said there
was no necessity for his (McLin) dying a
lxx.r man, and that if Mr. Tilden was
counted in he would lie taken care of. The
witness said that was a very bold proposi
tion from Mr. Marble, who had evidently
forgotten that if Mr. Hayes should be de
clared elected he also could take care of the,
Florida Republicans, and tho witness had
no doubt he would do so. He did not wish
this to be construed as a proposition made;
by him to McLin, for whom he had too
much respect to such a thing.
TIIK LOUISIANA SCB-COMMITTEE.
New Orleans, June 28, The sub-committee
which will get hero Saturday, will
go at once to work, and it is stated in cer
tain rircles, calculated to know, that som
startling developments will be made.
MR. in UK K
states that he has never said anything yet,
as he was not a "babbler" and no one had
ever questioned him who had a right to do
so; but that he was prepared to make a
full statement before the committee, which
could cause considerable surprise. The
Democrats intend to prove that the Felici
ana parishes were peaceful, und that any
Republicans were safe there during the
election; that NVels-r was killed by u pcr-
U...1..I .1 .1.... ... ...11-
-Him iimny, nun inm .mini tjiurr iiiki ins
sister and friends were hung for attempt-
illir to murder Dr. Siinder- tlint llw. vii nn.
groes recently executed at Bayou Sari
were punished for attempted assassination,
and that it was done by parties unknown
to the people.
DETAILS 0K THE FIOHT AT CURRY CREEK
A COMPLETE LIST OK THE KILLED AND
Sin Francisco, June 28. A Silver City
dispatch says: In the recent attack of Ber
nard's command upon the hostile the lat
ter are reported to have had 1,500 warriors.
The Indians were not aware of the presence
of the soldiers. Their stock was unguarded.
Bernard addressed his troops, informiugtheut
that they were close by the enemy, and
could whip them. He charged them not to
retreat, if they did they would lie shot, ami
tln-y might as well die by the shots fired by
the savages as our men. The soldiers went
silently forward and attacked a savage, force.
three times greater.
A CO.MI'I.HTE St KPIUSK.
When within five hundred yards of thu
enemy the order was given to charge. Mc
Gregor's company was near by and they
chargwl also. The savages fled" in dismay.
A large number of them were killed. An
encounter took place b-twei-n B.'ar King, n
Bannock chief, and Sergeant Richmond, of
McGregor's company. The sergeant final
ly killed his man between 1 nnd 2 o'clock
on the morning of the 24th. They were
pursued by Bernard ten miles.
Gens. Howard, Downey ami Miles sub
sequently arrived on tin- grounds; also
HeiidiTe.' company. All are anxious for a
tight. The body of one soldier captured
by the Indians was cut up and burned.
The Indian cinip was d'struyed by tlitf
troops. Many hostile were wotmdwd.
Col. Perry's command, as well as all tint
other troops engaged, are rep uted to have
THE KILLED AND WOUNDED.
The following i a list of the killed ami
wounded, in Col, Bernard's second tight with
the Indians at Curry Creek : -
Killed Theodore.!. Seluiltz, Fcompany;
X. S. Marriott, Fcompany: A. Cianscngo;,
Wounded- S. George Foster, Lcompiiny;
George C. HaiiNom, G coin parly, all of tho
A citizen scout named Meyers was
AN INDIAN CAMP,
with tons of property, was destroyed by the
the troops, and much money and ammuni
tion were captured. ,
Grand Rakkle. Tickcis for the ratlin oi
the Hibernian engine house nnd two lots
i property worth over five hundred dollars)
are now ready for sale and may be had ,if
member of the company. Tickets are also
for sale Rt different business houses
throughout the city. The drawing will tako
place in the new engine house, July 4, 1878,
and will be under the direct supervision of
Messrs. T. W. Halliday, U. II. Cuuuing. '
hum nnd Sol. A. SiWcr. Tickets, ft.