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CAIRO, ILLINOIS, MARCH 19, I87l.
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pan han oomplled with ihauwi, andu amnor-
lien is uo ouaiueaa in iihuoh
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Office In Wlnter'a Block, corair TtU street and
Commercial art nun, uHrod
The champion black- guards Maine'
Sutler and l'nrnsworth.
Vol) are a " land-grabber and n coal
robber." nltout.s tho infuriated Hen
nt Itlainu ; "mid you, fir," retorts tho
representative from the land of blue-
bellies, "you arc simply nnd only n
Insa and gratuitous calumny."
v 1 j 1 ''j
Ml'.. L'A.NHWniCrii inflict n grcJt in-
jnry n tltcJotiulryat large in, Irjding
hjV IighTuri1tr njnt'diel, TliQ..'fi2ii', nC
hiving tiiruwii iit, fih faco n irjal a'
nrattCr a3UcUiri, the tjfatiVtrt.'tUn f
hl rp'-imuid to alio, railroad y:ijti.Miv
paying )uffi)r ft. rliouhl ijot deter him
Irotii jul'UJiiiL' into Iih niicifnt t-iiLitiy
. a . a.
Hutler whenever J6 fc'ol lilce-ir.
iMi'i:. ujimi:nt now Ik Uio urdcr of
the day. It is decidedly fuMiiMmbli'.
No Slate plioiild lo without" it; tmd
Nebraika linn 'Cvcru ca't- of it. HtitltT,
the Oiivcniorof tlio .tnte. and (lillo-jiic
Auditor, nrn undurtoin trial jtii-t now
with fhceriij1; pjft of 'conviction
It w not nccxMf.iry .to .-tnte that botl
aro Radical, for thr incrostiggctioii of
impeachment alwav itnpHotho politi
cal character of the impeached Thin'
Hutler of Nubra-ka. if one tci jii'liro
by his reputed character, not un
worthy of relutioihip to the dirtin
guMied head of the Hutler family in
th ic laud. He i dcv:ribcd nt it man oi
considerable tiatural ability, of hre.d
ncv. iMlilne-i' anil itnli'iintalile eucr'V,
ofnolGsliiiOji and unbluiliing iliilionc.it v
He it eharsffl with robbing the S'tate
Trcarnry of 817,0(10, but plead- that lie
did it while acting in tho capacity of
uommi.'Moner for tho State, and not as
overnor. He i also reported to havo
faid that he made 820,000 in n few
dare, in a manner only known - to hitn
."clf and a few select friend. fSillcfrpio,
the Auditor of the State, i charged
with tho robbery of tho State Fund, and
an interest in every "job " of tho diller
eut "ringf' around tho Statu capital.
Until the exposure lie Mood fair in the
e'tiuiatiou of the people of Iii- State,
and wa regarded
a. an liouoft. man.
Itut, in an evil day, he became n
cal oflice-holdcr, mid has met his fato
after a very brief experience. Can ever
the hin. of lladicalism bo expiated ?
" It U n poor rule that will not work
both wayrf," in an axiom the truth of
which lias the endorsement of centuries.
While tho national car U daily Mipplic d
with reports of Ku-Klux outrages in
tho South of murder, rapino and rob
bery; whilo tho nation i- all ngog
with thocxcilemcut the discussion ol'tliu
subject is producing, tho doings of tho
" (luy KnwkesV the ".Moliio Jlagniri'S,"
and the Hnvkfthotf,'' of tho North, tiro
entirely overlooked. Tho minor ocic-
tics oi Pennsylvania, known lv the
nbovo slang names, have recently com
mitted acts which put tho Ku-Klux to
the bluih, oven if an honot man could
be anywhere found who believe in the oc
currence of acts attiibtitotl to the South
ern outlaw. Thu I'eiiii-ylvutiiii gangs
send frightfullv threatening notes to their
intended victims, awl ihuMi raruly fail
to havo an ofleot, hucatti-o it is well un
derstood that they will bo followed up
with swift nud secret punishment. 1 ho
receiver of tho anonymous t ernwl cither
complies with tho requirement.", or
flies the country. They do not hang
thof-o whom they would make away
with, but put kegs of powder under
their houses and blow tlieiii sky high.
This tiendishness is by no means rare in
Pennsylvania, nnd yet tlm good loyal
souls who are hi affrighted over the
workings the of Ku-klux, look on at tho
atrocities of thu " lluekshots " tmd
" 3lollio Maguires " with tho greatest
eomplacenoy. Tho intervention of tho
Federal power to regulate the internal
affairs of a Stato is bad, is fraught with
dangers to the liberties of tho people,
and is not to bo toloratcd. Hut can ono
help thinking of Uo inoffablo lnoanuess
and the, bitter seotioual prejudices of a
party that dovotoa itself to legislation
for tho repression of outlawry iu tbo
South, and allows a worso eouditioit of
things to exist in a loyul Statu un
noticed? What is t?auco for tho goosb,
is, in tho eternal fitness of thiogfl4,sauco
for Uio gander.
MEiitocitiTV ,oP .T.r,:NT in l'or-t'
tkv. It is a fact in tho history of
American politics that, with the excop
tions of Jefferson and Madison, tho ox-
ccuttvc chair has ever failed to com
mand tho lx;st talent of tho parties in
power. It was the goal which waa vain
ly Mrivcd after "by Clay, Calhoun, Bon
ton and Webster the luminaries of a
past political generation but never
reached by either. What lias always
been truu of the Prciddenov, is to-day,
nnd has been for a full decade, true of
nearly all the legislative bodies of tho
land beginning with tho Congress of tho
United Stales, and, descending in the
.calc to village trustees. Wo sint
ply state the fact, lenviug to others
bettered verged in the i-clcnce of our
polity the tdfk of iipeiguing, and ex
plaining the reasons I'm tlnvsainc Take.
ihi'tntesni(n of lo-dny, in cither party,
e.O(jiient in pcoo!i, Hiiuid in judg
luCiU. bold in. action, indeiicudctit in
thought, and Inmost in conviction,
aspiring'. for position we care not
whore, or what that po'ition may hoi
place against him a man poswing
only in an ordinary degree those qual
ities of head and heart which ooimthiilo
truly, groat ehanfters. and iu nine in
stunce out of ten your ordinary man
will carry (AT the oflicial honors of tho
day. In reaching after the causes which
produce Mich an effect the motives and
fecrets of uieii come largely into play,
if, indeed, they do not form tho propel
ling jtower. Hut we simply designed
stating the fact, and one has only to look
abroad over the land to be convinced
that mediocrity of ability rules in the.
affairs of government, national anil
local. It is time that the subject was
brought homo to the minds of thinking
pcrous, that it may bo thoroughly du
cus'cd and n revolution wrought iu'that
r-cntiment which throttles and supprejcs
tho bc-t ability and places iu the front
ranks tlm-c who hould occupy only
NOTES OF THE DAY., v
Wondoll l'hillipi call, the iJiiipcror
William u ''lla'phomoui old bigot.''
The ojKira Iw-glnt at ' p.m. In Oerntany,
nnl the friiuloini nttcml tumtttinUJ. "
Va-ar College kpi a dentlit. Tho
ywuti Indie all how their tMth once a
Tlio London SUimlard tars Kmperur
William i iu n hail way, phyilcnlly.
6ii, n m a pom intiii. j
'I'here wore lit itcaut boiler uxploions
during ISTO. Tlicro woro 320 poMon
killed bv them, mid 'J27 wounded.
It U reported lliut .Mlti KllzabcthStusrt
l'he'pn, nuilar of "Tlio Ontcs Ajar," U
about u b.' niarrUd toa young clcrgymnn.
31 Us Wndc ot Cincinnati lini made nine
teen inetl'ectuul attempt at aulcide. She
hold toiuncli-putnp matinee ipiito ofteni
(iulvostoii, Texa, opened a now theater,
Iittuly, entitlod 'Tho School of Scundlo.
X scitudulous way of (pelting it, wo
A hippopotamus wiu born n week or
two ago at the Jiondn Zoological CI ml on.
Tlio liipHpotnmii4 li'.cd but a short time.
The prUoner lui u very nmoGth cotm-
tuliancf. " c, ho w:u irmioU jut bo to re
in wait brought in. That ticcounu forit."
Tlin thiiitr of war closed for the pres-
uiit. A iHJuce U in preparation which we
hoH) will have mi unpreri'dentixl run.
A mineral which perform nil tho duties
uftmap, and hu nil aromatic odor, has
been disoovurod iu exluuiiUuii iiiuiitlttc!i,
near Jowa City.
A St. r.oiiI paper publUlied an account
of the M'leldi' of a vto.uiicr riiptnin, inclu-
ding his last wordi, which tho cuptalnsays
A Philadelphia mechanic claims to
havo inventod an apparatus fvir iiidicnting
when a car axle breaks and supporting It
till tlio train can bu stoppud.
An old villain of 1 , In Dover, lli., ab
ducted an innocent little maiden of 8'-', the
othqr day, but they woro puriuwl and tho
tender dovo .rescued, . i
A young Wisconnlner Jilted ono of hi
loves and married tbo other. The be
reaved ono engaged horielf as a domestis
in hU housohoU, nnd now his wife
mourns tbo Midden loss of her husband,
her housemaid ttDd.$?,600 worth of house
hold geur at ono fell swoop.
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Pou Sabi. A' two.ltoryrfl'mu ljouse'
with a store, room supplied with shelves
on tbo lower floor . gop'd elitorn located
On Commorelttl avenuo", 'between .Nine
teenth nnd - Twontloth stroeU, near tho
New "York -store. This property will bo
sold cheap, u thu ownor lives out of tho
city, For further particulars apply at this
oft! cp, mlbUm.
rou'.v.vcr.v .v;;ir poem.
larcr' Wttkly pronounce tbo follow'
lag vcrici by Kobcrt Ilrownlng a vivid and
plcturcsouo poem. In It, If tho M'etUy't
opinion of Iti m?rlti Is corroct, "the poet
rcictic& from oblivion tbo rnimo of ft hero,
who will thus owo his Immortality to
Robert Drowning, M tbo bravo boy Casn
blanca owes his to Mr.Uemans." For tho
ballad contributed to tho London Maga
tine the poet rceelTC'lr hundred dollars
which ho presented to the London fund for
tbo relief of the dlitrcis in Tarii. Jt H
fufhlonablo lo liko Drowning poetry, nnd
wo thereforo tervo the xyhole of his latct
poem for our readers s
On tlif ea anil nt the IfoKiie, flxtrcn liuorffed
Did the RnrlMh flffht (he Krcnch wiw to Kracet,
Atid the tiiirt-firt ot Hr, lielter-fkelirr
inroosli tin- Uaf,
I.itu n rrnwil or frlKlilcnl (lorjol'e a fhoul
'CnUiorrOd'llDtf lup cn ."hip to fct. Mtlo on lli
Wiyi.lhftnlnh (let In Hen.
:t- tlici.iu.vlriin.t!aU' !rl, "ilh the Victor
Uri-i M-Ui'ini"t ot.tho Jroo, In rrrt
I 1cm ua um fled. ro t cd .mall,
1wh!)-rif' fost niip" in all(
.tli4ll,r)' .imili tt ilm
'(lllp Hie winmr'f arace
U;s h yuiUtam , kit im lutlior, laae n quieic
r p rr -kir tll,
1I'pi" it,. r.it,l.li inunail will 1"
Thru Hi I tlutt of tli.t j U: (.ut out Lriik and
).pr.i board 1,1,
"iVlir. wht ho 'r tlianre hnq hlp like
thev to paii"" Ib'u'x-I theyi
ncckto'rl,itiJ,rp'l-? to port, ail thifV",wSO
trarrrtl and cotrd,
Shidl the rriHiMf I with tier tweltu utid
Think w milt tho rir tncuth by th IdbU'
Tin. I to ei.l-r nhvie 'li. tlAIMi Iit a rrrt rf
And mttrtl'jw M full i-it.
Sow ti.i'kMt .hhnrtide.
P.eaehiti' milt' P.Jttir
Wntle rock .tjni( .,rwiitr run,
yot u htp w.iU'A'-tr liyt"
Ttif n w ralM a rounell trlKht t
Here' the Kntli'h nt our hi-el! uould
All that' Itlt u ot the Iteot, liektd t9gelhr 'li-rn
ror a prli to rtrmontti sound
Hiir run the nlp i?romid t"
It'nded liamtrerille bin epe-h.
".Not i minute more to wait
l.t the captttn all and each
ehoi atlinre. then bl up. I'Utn the ii'.-el.on
. ll.f t.bl , M
Fnincn muat imdorgo her Mr;
(io thnwor U' Itut u o iirh word
Un rol or hvard, ...
JVr up mood, ur otit tepped, for In truek
imd ll lh.
AiJI'tain" Alio'il-uiiit' A rnte--llr.t, neeoni,
No lueh ma ot mtrk, and meet
With hit trtter to coinpetu! , ,
but 4 amiplo bteton ador prced by Taar
Mitu torth Be.
A ioorrbatin-rilot h, llerrc rtcll, the Crol.-li'ki'-e.
And Vlrnt motfeery and nnt?5'e'lire we hern J"
erie ller It'll .
"Are ) ou m-vli ) u Malouna t Are J ou eowardt,
TIV lo tn of roek an I "hoil., tne trho took tlio
On my tu.-ct oerybnik, ctery tliallmv, etery
T,Ut'iL taw hera aud o.-ere, her. th
Arooti bought by i;ni.-u u dd ! It lo the
Mom nd i tf, nUht Dil4tj,
llato t plJoliMi ourlu'.
Ilnlerol Uicrind aurb tdfl at the fo,t id Sub
llnru the not I .iu.
d ru hi fram-e'
Klr. Itiey tm u 1 peK. the truth
llull nil)' IMiliet I
Iiutemo theru IX urn
Unlyle' inelcd ihel.ne.
llaiv thotiifruett hip to ler,
01 lhl broivliVe rlriv,
Mulct hi) oilier lollow nun.'.
And I lead thmn, mot an I Ieat, by a pa-l.v' I
Might to solldor, pnt Orevo,
And tnero Uy thrm undound i
And irone htp ml-lhe
Wy, I'Tcnotklnx but mr tifei hero mj hend
crui. llenu lliel.
Not a miuut mom to wait.
"Steer tlln, tl.ll, ainall and gical I
Take the helm, lend the tltie, earn the..pil
riiiiT'c'iled It chief;
t'uptalni, site the dor pU''e'
lie I adinual, In trief.
Still llm iiorth md, b tiod'e I4ree.
Seo the nolle fellow' ini'e
A the t ig i Mr. wilh bound
Cleu the eiilry lik a hound,
Keep Ihe pi.ag a It inch or wv were Ihe
id ieV pi.if.iunM
He, tafo through ehotl .md ro-'V,
Jld thy MIIuw iiinltixk. ...... ,
Not .hip thut liliik'lMlri, nolnkeil that rle
Not a iar that cot je to gru f !
The peril, lee, 1 pint.
All ie Ii4rlre. In ihvl.il,
And jmt a. Herri' liiel ln.Hu. "Aixdeirr - "'
I p'tlio Kn-jl -h " Hie, b.ulu-.
Si". Ihe .totlil .illtoidei to calm
They .ethe green ire ii"
n thiiheiithKo'eibMiklngliteie i
Hunt, tl.nt 1.1.4 ari uni-lil with biliu,
".lu.l our rapiiirn to enh mee,
It (tin Kngll'li rake ihe Kir.
(Jnt.li their lwh and glire aikanr..
A they eaniioii.iile n a) 4
.Ve.th r.tnipired Silldor pliwunnl rldliiK m Ihe
Ilaneol . ,
How Impn mceivil de.pair ''! eiieh rapt'llli
Oitthcr! hlln'.lh iiiieaiN'uril.
'-Thit l'.ira ll.olor lli-ll '
l.et l-'iunee, let Kratu'a king
1 limiV Ihe man that did the ihliu. '
Whola hmil.ati. nil o .e went,
A liutleppvdin front turn mnr.',
Nut n midum of .tirinie
In the frunl; IJiie.llruii'li e)e.
Ju.t Ihe aine man n hefure.
Then lld linfreville, "My frmtid,
I mutt peV out at Ihe end,
Though I llnd th l(lug hard i
Prle i deeper than tho Hp:
Ton hate avd the king hU hip,
Vou mutt name yourovn rraard,
'I'aitli,our aim w near ecllpke I
Krnc temniii your UeUnr .till. ,
Alc In heart' eiii.tent, and hale I or mr
Then a henm ol fun oulhrnte
Uu thv bearded mo u I It that ppoke,
A Ihe honest hoari that l.uigheit thrutlgli
Those frank e)ee of llieluii Llue:
"rilncet MrilmaUtt tar in) 'i
Hlnce on bourllho duly' dnne,- , ,
And from MaloJIoad l I'rol.ie Point, hnl u
, .Itbutiiruui ,
bluet Uwtv),T' I1"".' 'ii1)'
fcinee the other go ailiore
Cdtue I A ijood whole liolliUy !
Irf)aotogi aad ud my wifo, whuni I rail thu
Heir Aurora I" ' ,
Tint ho a.ked, aul that ho got-tiothlng more,
Ntuiio and dee I idlku aio Inst .
Not n pillar imris post
InliisCrui.iokreraallrotliu (eat utt befell,
Kot a head In whit and black
iin a fitimla fltthincr Hinack.
Iu memory of the man but for whom all hnione
Alt that France eared from the tight whence
Cll(lllll vui.i.d IKH,
Oo to Pari i rank an trunk
ararcli tho he roc tiling pelbmall
0 the Loam, face, and ffuk
You ulinll loot long enough ere you come to
Bo, for hollo and for wone,
llerto Iliel.aeepptmy vero'
In my rer, llerre Kiel, do thou once more
Siiethe rqiudron, honor France, lore tl.jr wife
lh liello Aurore.
IIUTIil'It I-AI.i: WITIIICACiK.
BLAINE BLUE WITH FURY.
"When TIiIcycm Full Oiil."
N(.lr)' I'TU'rtil I'roni llir lli-lmlr
WHAT IS a tmoi;.
.Mr. D.iwes What 1 dciro to n.k my
colleaguo Is, that lie will Unto expllclty
what ho inunus by nil frm incu, wincn
)in njiplie to hi fidlow mcniberupon till
floor, aclini; uiulur the 'nino roponIMlity
he nets under:
Mr. Hutler Tho term what
.Mr. Dawes What tho centlemnn, when
he npplic" tho term trick to tho action of
hi fellow mcipbers hero upon thli lloor I
want to know what my coilcuguu means
by applying tho term trick to his pllltlcal
a'lioclutes on tlili floor, wlio ditfered with
tlfty rtctini; miller ttio inmo fonio oi uuiy
that my collcngo nets upon hero in this
.Mr. lluller I do not undenitiind that I
itnnl cl the term tricKiomu licpiiMirnni.
Mr. Dawes ill collcacuc. in hl circu
lor that ho has been pleated to jdncc upon
Mr. llutlcr. Mr. Speaker
Mr. Dawes Wait a moment.
Mr. Jiutlor Why ibould 1 wait when I
Ait r.nt chooia to? f L.aiiiMitur.1
Mr. Dawes Iu that circulnr, nnd in the
remarks which iuu fell from his lip, hu
wvs that the resolution was carried by h
Mr. Hutler No, lr. What I did my
wai this that it wat tprung upon tho
lloii'o by n trick, nud I did net npjily thnt
remark to ilfty-clght men.
.Mr. Dawes .My colliinpno ha forgotten
what hetnld himiealf.
.Mr Hutler I havo not forgotten.
Mr. Dawci More thu pity, then.
KNTKItMPfAKKU IH..IJ.VK ".MAT HOI) PAII
IIO.V yoC," SAVS Mil. III.AINK. "I IIAVK
no I'.vvout to ak ok Tiir. iir.vnv
Mr. Hutler I know Umt wn thy trlek
of ilia ('hair.
Mr. Hlalnu Oh I thu trick. 1 know
now what tho gentlemen meant by tho
word trick. 1 am very glad to know thut
the trick was .urccfnl.
Mr. Hutler Nodoubt.
Mr. Maine it M tliit trick which place
the gentleman fMtn MniiachutotU di hi
roMion.ibltv bef.-ro the country,
i Mr. Hutler J.xactly.
, Mr Maine Wholly.
Mr. Illulne No, sir. Tlio uciitlemnn
from MuHnchu'ett talk about coercion by
hiuh fifty-eight Iteptibllcaui woro made
to vote for ii resolution. I don't know whnt
any ono of them may havo to ny, but If
they bu here to-uay tlio tingio gcuticniaii
who has e:lven to thoecntlcmnn from Mas
sachusetts mi intimation that he felt co
erced, that hu wus in toy way roatrained
from I'rco action, let him get up now ami
Mr. Jiutlor Uh, yes I
.Mr. Maine The gentleman from Ma
acliMctts says, iu Ids letter: " Having
been appointed, ngnlnit my wjh, os
prcifed botli publicly nnd privately to
the Speskur. as Clmiriiiitn of thu commit
too to Invettlgatu tho tutn of ntlalrs in tho
South, ordered to-duy by Democratic votes
against tho niut curnet protest by more
than two-thlt'ls m ijority of tho Hepiillcaii
of tho House.'-
Mr. Hutler e, sir.
Mr. Itlaiuo This statement Is in bold
and groundless that 1 do net know what
reply to make to it. ills mndo In tho
hu'o of tho fact that on tho roll-call iiS
Itepubllenn votial for tho resolution, nml
10. betides thu trcutlumun from Masiachu
setts, ngalnit it. I il -ny that that gentle
men luis tlm right .tk f.ir any mem
ber who votod for it, unless it may bu the
gentleman front Tenmw(Mr. .Maynnrill
who voted for it for tho purpose, prolm
bly, of moving a rensi(liiratiun, n very
eoiiimoii and very lu.titlaMo end very
nropor course wlieiiuvcr any gentleman
(ihoo.es to ndont it. I am not criticising
uiiiiu-i'. iu iiui'j'i ii .
it at all, hut if there 1h) any one of the 5d
cnntlomcti who votiMtor tho resolution
under coercion I would liko tlio gentle
man from Mutsachuiutts to designatu hint.
Mr. Hutler I am not hero to detail
Mr. Hlniiio Oil, no; but you will dis
tribute tlirougliout the eumiir iinfouud
ed ciiluninies purporting to re'.t upon us
rettions made ill private ennver-ations,
which, when called for, cmniit bo vuri-
I Mr. Hutler Pardon me, sir. I said
i thcro was n caucus.
I ".Mr. Maine I hope Clod will p irdon
: von, but you ought not to nk urn to il It.
Mr. Hutler 1 will ask Clod, nud not
. t you.
1 Mr. lllalno I am glud the gentleman
Mr. Hutlor 1 havo no favors to ask of
I m-.NJ.VMI.V 00K8 VOK Til AT "HKATIIKV
Mr. Hutler continued: I know the mini,
and, for " ways that aro dark and tricks
that aro vain " in a man the Speaker
and that I duro mslntaln. I felt all that.
-I know all that, and tlmrafore I was scru
pulous not to tuo a word In, my letter that
was unparliamentary, or caiuld give just
i caiuo of otl'eneo. I was aware of thu new.
; fledged hope or tliu highest '"" In
I future of tho Speaker urU n, h quar
rel which has beon unfortunately forcod
uiwn tlm ltepublican party at Uio ottior
end of tbb Capitol, of wl.ieh ho is wanting
tolako'mlvantago, I knowlI that, and
thttuforo was carufi)! to say no word. I
X did not gay thoHpeaKer wro0 iiioruiiuu,
I did not know that he did, but I knew he
suggcitcd It. I nppoal to tho Speaker's
fairness no, I cannot appeal to that. I
will nttito what I said whon ho camo to my
sent yesterday, nnd showed mo tbo resolu
tion, and ask mo to go for it, and said I
should bo chairman of tho Commlttco
under it. I laid I will bo damned If T
will. Great laughter. T will havo noth
ing to do with it. I am lorry to bo ob
liged to usotho word here, and will npold
gfito for It, but whon asked to betray mv
associates with whom I had acted In caucus,
it scorned a very good ono to meet exigen
cy. Laughto". That was my answer,
anil when no renu tiociauso containing an
appropriation, even with my Ignorance of
tho rules, as ho claims, I told him If It wns
dcteri.ilhcd to put the resolution through,
It would cscnpu objection to it to bo dirt'er
cntly worded. I did this became 1 be
lieved ho suggested to tho gentleman from
New York f-Mr. Cox.) to niako a point of
order against the bill of tho majority of
too House, wnicii carrieti it over unuer too
.Mr. Cut Mr. Sneaker, thnt Is not true.
Mr. Hutler I did not say It was truu.
I suid I believed It nt tho tini". Laugh
ter. I liollovcd It for tho reason that I
saw tho .Speaker go over theru on tho
Democratic side of tho House, getting tlio
Democrat to agree, to support thu resolu
tion after he lutil shown It to me, tor be did
inn th favor to show It to mo flrit. Then
I law him, tho owner of rich cottl llrlds m
he wns attempting to get tho Democrat! to
Mr. Maine I was in favor of tho repeal
ot tho coal tarlll', and the gentleman was
Mr. Hutler I say again, for wy that
nro dark, and for tricks that aro vain.' I
will name tlio ipoakcr, nnd that I tiio to
explain. Laughter. Now, lr, 1 'ay
ag.ilu, that when I saw htm engaged in
that condition of things, and saw the
pe.iker iu cot version with Doinoorats. I
know very woll what was to come. I
kr ow that any jwjint of order I could raiso
tini!cr4tho resolution ho had contrived
would be unavailing, and saw the resolu
t'on ho had contrived lubitltutod for tho
bill of thu majority of tho Ilep.ibllcan "party
forced through by Ids influence on thu tluor
and In tuo speaker's dek by aid of Demo
cratic votes. 1 see gentlemen now, both
from the North ana Jsoutb, who havo
ttdd mo they were put in a
vorv dulinatu tiuiition. und so this resolu
tion to nppolnt u ltepublican couiinitue by
tho action of theSpenkur In league with
tho opposition passed. Now nobody depre
cates tho unhappy tccno on this lluormore
than I. I felt that if I camo Into this
I(ntio nud undertook to mako nstatcmont
of rmsnns whv I could not lerru upon a
committee, I should bo accused of having
brought personal matters Into tho Homo
of lUtiriuuiiitutivua, ond, tWntorn, 1 excr-
.1-1 .1.1.1 . .. ,, lt.n I.. ..,!.!,. .4, .,
III iikiih Hi u vnii.i.,1 ... ti.iu.v-.
public lottcrln pftblie newspapers, and in
pamphlet torm, to my ltepublican assoc.
ates, in explanation of my position. 1 had
the right to do so, nnd I hoped If nnybosly
had anything to say In reply to whnt I hail
said, Instead of forcing ou mo a quarrel in
tho Hoti'e, to tho dl'graco antl disruption
of tho ltepublican party, they would tako
the nanio channel of communication to thu
public that I had, which was open to them,
c.psittally as ono of then who has ur-
1 . .. 1. ....I . ,1... a
rL'iutthter.1 I repliud to my friend trom
- T! 1 . 1-1 1 .
I rcjil cd to my friend trout
, ll.ull.iv iiiln,. tAtiilMirnlii
Vnnsylvutiia (Kelley) mlng tamporuto
imt nnpllniiiuntarv latiifuai'u olilv.
v r n- ,
tiu: iikiioov mo iiKntKboN tiii. uivii ,
.stool, "SOPOHUY, KTC. 1
Mr. Hutler Very well. I only hope ,
that 1 havo donu those gentleiuen no
wrong, because I thought If they wanted
to put before us salt and coal and Iron.
Instead of drawing out tho Iron that Is
eiitoriug Into tho Vouls of our friends at '
tho South, thoy woro excccdlnglv wrong.
I missed thelo centlomen from tlio caucus.
1 bavu been told ilnco that in tho cato of
them it was became thev woro iifrald tho
taritf might bo Interfered with, if Con
cress rntniilncil here, and therefore were
anxious to adjourn. Hut all this iibuio of
me, anu tun getting exceedingly wrntcy
by thu .Spcnkurngtiltist mo doe. no harm,
ami win not irigiucn anynouy. u win
not hurt anybody. Tho calling of hard
names win Co uo Harm lo me, lie.ru or in
j tho couutrv. If I could havo been killed
1 by belna called hard names, 1 houM have
died long ngo, Lnin;litor. 1 havo
I wltlutood tbo rough ldo ofu rouchor
tonguu than tho on Just wnged at me.
' l liuvo seen ubuso wuu more iut;enuiiy.
I but not with i) i ore uinlignity, launched nt
me, unit I have Mirvivud, mm -imii ur
vivo long after tho Speaker of the House
has lllled the Presidential chair very
long. Now, .ir, I do not want to continue
limgr this dl'ifraeeftil scene. I admit its
(li. grace to the Huibe, I admit Its dlsgniee
tooverybotly concerned iu it, however un
willingly; but I call gentlemen hero to
iiiiiiiijjiji , I'll. . ..-.in fji-iiiifiiiril iieri7 ii
u itne.s, st It should be said I commenced
this xiriiw of hard words hero, that uo un
parliamentary word was spoken by me,
until accu-ed of insolence, and every form
ol vilutK ration was launched at inc. Tlicro
i. oui) thing moro I wish to state. I Imvo i
been accused of not reporting at anytime,
as t'liairiiiHii of tho Committee ou Ite
oim.irtiettnn, and tho Spoaker of tho
poakur ot tlio ;
H, nun lwluu iiiislnst it. while It was being
read ut the Clurk'. dosk. miulo a ruling '
which allowed Mr. Wood, of Nuw York,
,n Introduce n lolnt resolution for the re-
peal ufthodiitv ou cosl, thereby itopping ,
tlio reading of llm bill, which could never
romu up ngaln a ruling never before i
madu In IbU lloibcand 1 trust never will j
b.i mndo again.
III..VIS1 A I..NI-Oll.V lltlKIt Ml Tbk lt 1M
l'I.V AMI ONI.V A OIIATl'ITors ( VI.
.Mr. Maine Will tho gentleman utato
.Mr. Hutler io. A ruling that whilo
i a bill is being read, anybody might Inter
rupt tho reading by a motion to suspepo
thu rules. i
Mr. Maine Tho gentleman certainly
doe not want a furious aiuwer. The, very
principle of sutpunding the rules allows it
to bu dono wliilo no gentleman i. occupy
ing the floor. ' 'A 2
Mr. Hutler A gentleman of thu iiaino
of 'Tho Clerk," alter the bill was reported,
by thy eoniniltteu of this House, was'occui
pylng tho lloor by tlie reading of lite bill
at tliat time, aim tho bent kind of occu
pancy of tlio floor, too, for tbo Uouse had
tho right to hear what tho bill wis beforu
ha was tuken from tho floor. I do not euro
whether 1 am right or wrong upon thu
ruling, I aJmll my Ignorance ot parlia-
mcntary law, and I thank QddTlc'ttW no
moro about it than Idp, becant'd'X lebhow
It affects a man's mind who iasmido'h a
study. Lauchtor. But Idotinfclf'the
5j'poakcrnad been half ns nnxloa'i'fifr'tho
panngo of this bill to protect iho-rtcoplo of
tho South ni ho was for iqmo ltfn4vgrant
ine.nilrfl nnJied front the Snca'k'et's' tablo
at tho lait sesilon It wontd 'havo bceinio a
law Idtig e'ro this. .
3rr, ifajhc Will tho gcntfcmsn -mccify
wbAt ' .' !' '.. '.""J"1
Mr. 'imtror-i-Oh, prcfty ,ir5rleh'aU of
thorn. ' 1 w-ya-
Mr. B!itlno-I do noi think" If Whlfo to
ay anyUdng moro thnntliftt thlit li'ilmply
and only a grntultou! calumny. , - J
A CONGRESSMAfSI'S, pX'dlw
Chute nit r ilumau Matari fros-a
rom IU N Y. leader.
In I tuo a CaV and. fciUvu law
elected from nn Illinois dlitrlct to tho
House of Representatives. "While thoro
lie became distinguished, rather tfor his
social quatitlcii fill downright vIckc4ocss,
and his stylish ilrcsi than lor any marked
attention to hit duties. So loud, Xtc'atno
iro.sjfb tint a cousin of hts wife, who" re-
aidvd in . WasliSngton, wrote down, iq her
quici rotative, icvcroiv unconscious ,iq tno
country, of her husLanuTs ejeupadoi in
Washington. Tho Iottor recounted tho
quuvr deeds and tho evil re'putation.uf her
spouse, Uf courio tho wifo stood not upon
tlio order of lior gofng, nnd reached tho
cupltul lust in tlmo to catch hoi husband
recovering from tho combined effects of a
drinking bout nnd a gambling TUtuc.'h Sho
slung tomo vcrblo pobblcs nt Ills aching
ikull, nnd ho retorted with missiles of tho
'same kind. Hut this ffjlno riovoHj,
At tho end of tho session ourjcfosttvc
Congressman concltidcil ti resign his test
nnd to transfer tho light o( his prcsenco to
Now York. when, ho now, practices his
former profession. Ho dispatched his
wife to wind up matters In Illinois, whilo
he propsred for 11 reception1, in iNow
Y-rk. - K v
When tho wif j returned she found him
duiuioiloi! in utu on .Wavorly, placo, near
Ilniadway, with nhnruliomi. yojitC about
eighteen years of 'nlje," smoorhed-ihaved,
curly-hea'le.1, bright-oyed nnd of a do
clde'ily girlish appearance. This Inter
estlng.young itrunger aiur .Congresiman
introsluoed to hit artfoVtiilaii ex-pngo of
the House of itcpresentatives. whoio
bright faco and keVrt sr1t1ihKi-,fc,m,B0tod
hi I'anevliml ' pWt:tforr'., fMadsfmo, on
Iter part; at ilneo tmVn'llkfiref'tertho boy,
wlnxo rnnnncr tfridTnhgrr.i-g'')' were slngu
larlv gnret;fult',nna pollto. Indeod,
.Maiiamu aftur awhile fell dnsporately in
love Willi tlio pretty followuiid.pMtored
him In u tnot wloUud and-.tsawUsiIy way
with llttlo endearments find -attontloni.
SotnctiowUil fi'ljipk, UijKilcaoioIont
Congresm'ans cars, and "Oio rounljloslg
ings for bis portcgo oliwhere, and sternly
lipiiralded i)t wllo fdfhe1 SlenkQpifrjjtlons
t f uifduii Interest' inj t)io'Jy-. J Ulpt'i
iro was now provoked and tho listed the
y. -.nth as much as th had atfectciLhlm.
About three day agon'arforIV'mois'5nolo
from "A l'ricnd ' cautioned her against
thu psuudo page, charging lior husband
with foisting a'l.uly rwriego uptn'shpt in
his ingenious m inner i . A
rpi...ir. ..it .. e...1......SrfcV. I,,,..
I HU I1U, 11111 HI 141 lilillLi;'! -11V1 Ul'
lAll,i with thir. Vtll ho indignantly pro-
I ...'.. 9 , .u ' . .
tlytfd tho truth of .tUosto ry, a ndotj-eod to
I , if --
pruluco corroLoranvu uviucncu.
The next day tho "psgo" had turned In
R t.w airoction and, was nowbeta to bo
fjUnJ iadau,eli no)v In llllnoll and
monsieur cm bo seen fifty lino morning In
the lobby of tbo Cnltod .Swtos gliding in
Chambers! struct, i
" " '
tiik nr.tT ymarAL Hi'BCirir.
.N class ot lonl Js aro nioro .eniillre to
c!i-.n?eoroMin and sanation cr temp-raiure
'hm iy ps-pi.o, mi l jorton or t.iiiou won.
Tender lunjs aro not more eutir auec wa oy inco
lci.liude than C-eblo utoraach". If there I a
tendency I n t he y l in to I ndigeatlai, Wljoosne
or hosi l romplimi", the s-iri.tblo weather cf
early ipririr Nnlinoir urfolTeioparno or
ot.'iirofltiiwiMtDieatj', lAtantilJe'tit fe"Vrre
al.'i more prerahvii Iu ih spring maiilhs tlun at
nny other eaon etfeptrntmnn. Invlrw of lheo
fubi, tins seems to do a proper lime io inTiio e.
pei iatattentioa t.illo.tottor't Stomach lWiler,a
mchetne, wMslifor a long jerlM Of year, ha
prove tuipei.orb) all other as remedy for tho
nlwte twnuHl disorders, an4 a protection agaluit
the muv-mi uh ' H fiuDtty produce, and
1 iy a.'rfraTAies them. It wa rormerly the
prMtkv to giro tiolcul eaiharpea at tprlnc med.
leine.," nor n ih eeu-tum jet niiiJjJ ysol.
Nothing. boer, can be Jnoro l!.Jiid-dandun.
opii!i.l,lueal. Thechnilngmoltlnrsssillh which
Ihe air I ! led at the breaking up of winter,
prc.e hearily npon tho Vitil force of the b.vjy,
nnd reinforcement, not depletion, I what it ro
IHire, Thf Hitter U a jenlal and excellent
t .'in-. nmoih-wtnlterallte,anJJulVnougliofan
api-rieut rejruUto wllhut eonrulslng the
Umrhj. II l. Itierefore, apecmo pe.-uiirty
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AI TIU'.ll: OWN UOMlft.
lieiilleiiirn' Wlunker and lUit4Iil In ein
lit! niHiiiier and atlafactton guaranteed.
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