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   Boston Daily Globe (Newspaper) - March 27, 1876, Boston, Massachusetts                                MONDAY MARCH PRICE THREE GLOBE ARTHUR ami Positively the Last MONDAY March And Every mid KIRALFY BROTHERS GREAT COMBINATION Around the World in Eighty A SUPERIOR DRAMATIC and it GRAND C0RPS DB Led by tho KIRilFY ARNOLD KIRALFY and Doordoiien nt and Performances at 2 anil BOSTON THEATRET TOMlKIXS Ihu Knllaeu Grand KiiKlUh Observe llm Kxtritnrrtlnnry Attractions for THE LAST WliEK OF THE OPERA MONDAY March Tlio Star of the KElVUHJGi HuKupnou IVAN Mimioil KEL ami VAN lienrrl of Liicln lienofic of MlHK CIiARA TjOUISK K IM Lily nf Klllarney VAN Benefit of William MntlnooROii nml Ior WUDNKSUAYS Halles of Prtaes 1 SO Hurt according to BOSTON THK PRODUCTION COSTINUXD SUCCESi INORKASrNG BXCITEMBNT Third Week of Joness Great flay PAUL The Greatest Success of Many Years 3d I EVBVlNoa at WKDNKSDAV nud I 3d Wcch I Week HOW EVERY W35WNKSDAY AND SATUR DAY the magrilUoentprolnotlon A TRIP AROUND the and n FirstClaBH Bpenlalty KLOISE TORNEK PAR KERS PERFORMING LUKE SOHOOL tho ROUbflfcLE and tlie only autl orlKlnnl CHRISTY BOSTON MUSIC Von BulQws AND POSITIVELY LAST IN A neiles of B1VK 1IANO RECITALS will be jlven llio following iali8 MONDAY April at BKKTMdVKN TUESDAY April at Menclelshol THURSDAY April at UUETUOVKN FRIDAY April at SATURDAY April lit CHOPIN HciiRon with reuervod 99 SiUKle tick 1 with roRorved For salo on and after Hqrch This March anil Every E Hiid Wednesday nnd Saturday SHKIUUAN ytND MACK SPKCIALTT COMBINATION Of dramatic and operatic A werforiuuncfl of nud unequalled hu Springfield Mies Operatic Grotcniiue The Character Minn ROSA The CAKHIK Wonderful Child The DOWN1KKU The specialty per The whole under the RupervlRlon ot tlio celobrdted vermtllie and original character actors Sheridan and upncariug At every performance In their Reserved eeats Ad titinta EVERETTS Second Course of Health Lectures Will comprlno Ihe following MONDAY March ion tliu only correct Itasls ol n truu Tttnijitvunco TUESDAY March nial niul WEDNESDAY March Voice M Mareu 30 Womnns Dren8 All Artistio Mlirch Ocutlouien Paternity and Personal March Ladles to Preven ilnii nnd TRIDAY March ontloincn Woman IIH AViti and llret for tbu full IncluclliiK MUSIC EXTRAORDINARY SUNDAY APRIL Grand Sacred When tlio following ot tho Kellogg English Opera Company APPEAR VAN ZKLDA Mr IIHNUY Also thn rlrnt utpenrwce In America of NOHMAN inee of the Royal Albert Hall and Norman Uondnotor of QeorKea JntlicdriU Full in fpwril to tjia proirrummo itnd noule ot prices wlU imlillfihud In Xhurnaiiy morului Sale ot Rents cominoncM TliurEday Mnrch Uoz NiielR BOYLSTON MUSEUM AND VARIETY Two iiorformuuutiB Ksery afternoon at cvon hiKB at Vurlely and Ulntuxi of moRrumme overy Notion tliu euenp AdmlRHlon emits hll ilrwi ISecntn Renewed Seats Vi cents Box BOUIH in Vox M BOSTON YOUNG MENS CHRISTIAN Tlie umlfir the niiBPliits o will deliver a Lecture Iu the Tiwluy tti JS MM Seats All BTIUSKT LANGS IjiHt Concerts on at Miss Lilllai tlio Footo New MulutSaeiin Teebalkowsliy ete riauo COSTUMES Vnr UAL MASQUE am PRIVATE At 7 Haywiird V7 tn TO AT THB COilATKRAX BANKINO la Boltool Established in Black WHITE CO AT RETAIL 1000 PIECES Black Cashmeres WT JfltHHUNLT LOW watches and dry by the case or on siloes and all kind of We nave spacious Btororooms oart ni tied with our business i uioney to loan on far which need DAVIS GO 36 inches at 62 300 40 inches at 75 00 40 inches at 87 200 40 very at 00 48 at 87 100 48 very fine and heavy at 100 48 extremely fine at The above Bargains should commend themselves to ev ery Lady in New WHITE 44 to 50 Winter SEND THE GENTLEMEN To 376 WaHlilngtnn to be measured for a per fect llttinR HUJIIT cut by u practical tailor from Rtltl pattern with Olrcctlons for ir nnd to Cut only tti our 35 WasdluiCtou one The Best Made to order in nrntclnss stylo at misonaMe the custom Uujmrtmout of Williams 400 WASHINGTON TO THOSE IN WANT OF A HIGH GRADE OF FLOUR We would call attention to our BOSTONS THIS TLOUR IB made of the Clioiceit llnrtl Ambtr hy Patent especially tor the Boston lind s warranted te lo eimul tC not Bajicrior to liny ever put upon this Sold toy llmcluB8 Grocers and Flour HAWKINS 221 STATE Dooleys PSWnt Combination Put up In boxes containing Tbexe TeeCulks are mu1o from Hteol converter Irnm carefully Boleeted brands of Norway and Swedes Iriiu by u Kiieclal process which ensures the utmost enfic in together wllh the greatest durability In Ior Kale bv all ntecl nml hardware dealers throughout New Manufaoturoil solely by JiKWIOK SCO Dorchester South Mass MHKI FRONTS FIFTEEN Warranted tlio purest oi heavy and durable Warner 143 TBEMONT A DECIDED ei WILLCOX GIBBS AUTOMATIC SILENT SEWING Awarded the irrnnd Gold Medal of n Die American and the Scott Lenuey ot the Franklin Nn OtlierScwlnu Muolilneln the World linn HH AVTOltlATIO or any other ot ItsOharuuterlMtlo Call ami or send for HOME OxFiuit 0158 IIOND NKW TRAINER Ucueral Dealers in ASBESTOS Aebeatoa Asbestos Roof Coating for Old Mhlnglo anil Tin Asbestos 1uints all colors ready for Asbestos llollec and Hteam Plpo Uovor Asbuslos Kteiiiu tor Descriptive Faniphlet and Irloo blot 167 DEVONSHIRE 6BEATEB K WIUTE Ask the attention of every Lady in New England to the following WPPBOAWBLE BilRGH IN FRENCH DRESS GOODS To be offered by them on MON March 3 Cases AllWool TWILLED CAM ELS HAIR at the unheardof low price 25 per 2 Cases AllWool TWILLED CAM ELS splendid at per 5 Cases Extra Wide TWILLED CAM ELS HAIR PLAIDS at 25 per Every Lady should secure a Dress of these 2 Cases TWILLED CAM ELS very fine at 50 per 1 Case Double Width AllWool CAS IBIIR VIGOGNES at only 75 per 2 Cases Double Width AllWool TWILLED VIGOGNES at 50 cts per The Greatest Bargain in Dress Goods ever 1 Case AllWool PARIS the finest quality of French Dress Goods at 25 per They are 50 All of the above Dress Goods were bought the past week at a fearful and will be sold 44 to 50 Winter FINE ENGRAVING AT HALF CARD WEDDING 23 West PARLOR GRATES FOB AND Made low or halt low with the celebrated ilumplui attacumeut tlie nuest ooHortment In New Ureamers Oouvex SldoWull Itegle walls being dlncoloral by furnace Floor lieglBters on the lever dirt bweepinnH ever clogging Coiling VOH tor gan or and to carry ourulut heat to the room and can be worked from either Auk your furnace men for Creamers und use no others if you want tno The uubHo are ID vltert to Mable Weather CKUAMKIl tAi North A Has removed to Boom 37 Studio mont Iortralts In oil or from or IOB PUPILS IN DHAWINO JAMES Late of the Firm of KIDNEY Desires to Inform his friends ami patrons that he Is may be fouud at street and I oclock uildregBeilllox 4vliu9ne KiuUs 1AVINQ MATEHIALS furnished If Orders eolicltud anil promptly attundod Desires to Inform his friends ami pat still in the PAVING ana m the MEOHANIOS 17 between the of 12 an letters aud orders maybe uil 4vliu9ne THE LATE Its Area Covered the Larger Portion of the United Rivers Overflowing their Banks niirt Bridges Swept FOUR PERSONS DROWNED IN The Eftects of the Storm in this City and DISASTROUS REPORTS FROM ALL Niioclal DcHiutcih to tile llostlon NKW Marcli Tlio rnin of yeaterdny was nf Uio most of recent and probnbly uovnriul a urna tbnu any wliioh tliis city since From Cheyenne on tlio west to Ijostoi on the east unil from New Orleans to Hie storm nigud for more tlian twelve sloet ami rain pruviiilliufin tlm West and MIIOW and niin in Uu and Every 8latu cast of tlm Kntky with the exception of certain por tions of the Onlf was invaded by tho But little damn go was done in this though tho rain fall was unusually largo and continued for over Itfteon honra over three inches of THE STORM IN AND AROUND A TremciidouB to Rouds and BildtCH In Mtiliiiiban lnj8 to Tho steady storm which set in on morning and did not cmisofor nearly iweuty fonr WIIB onu of disagreeable of the Fortunately tho wind did not rJHe to a grout dcgror but the snow and rain came down pitilessly and many were tilt complaints and KrnuiblingK ul Up to Saturday at dusk there was every indi cation of ii honvy snowstorm1 tho streets wire well covered with wilier and tliu anx ious in of a jol wutp busy with llieir nbsnid Shovel off your sidewiilli JSnt the vain eonMntiiiiK for Hcverul oniTied nil vim taRe of snow nnd tho streets were wiishnd clean for tho Sunday ehnrebvJcrs and proin Tlio danniKD done was inconsidor so far as be city was il sonii oi the collars in thti and illcJrnitied sec lions of South los ton and the city proper wore badly IN Till SUUUKHAN TOWNS the loads were left in a vory bud coinlilion and HOIIIO of the bridges reputed tn In All the aro ul their and a good many breaks 1mvo beon found in the lines of which run closely along their Numberless gullies aitest the power of water when seeking its level and tlio April own will have to vole pretty heavy highway re THK DETENTION TO was considerable but ttiu onuses are noli to iinytbing which happened within a radius of twenty miles of On orders were given by tho Superintendents of nearly all the railway linos to have wrecking trains in residiness and gangs of men were busy all day Sunday on thu tracks and road In several the lino was underwater for several where tlio occurred and tlio labor of repairing was slow nnd Thu breaks were numerous on nearly all tho railways but none of them were very seri and the chief duty of the workmen was to strengthen weak places on the and if any further The Stoningtgn steamboat train arrived station at i oclock yesterday on The track very good and tho trip on the Sound per fectly although not very Tlie Fall River boat no further than New London wbcro u refuge was sought from the Some of the and awaited the Shore Line express but most of them refused to give up the ship and sailed in her about Thu boat arrived at lliver and thu train en mo into the Old Colony Minion hours behind schedule THE NKW YOlMv MAIL THA1NH did not leave the Grand Central Station until yesterday A serious washout at Woodluwn about twolvn miles north of New proved very difficult ID Tlio whole roadbed was under three or four feet of water and the whole culvert had given making the work of restor very Thvrn were no other serious breaks on tliu although at Long Mills and other points east of Springfield somo delays were The Shore Lino train was but slightly delayed in arrival beyond the gpriugtlold which steamed into tho Albany Jtailway station at yesterday On the Lowell the Montreal due late Saturday was delayed on account of various washouts but the track is all right as far as thn New Hampshire The Eastern roads are in good condition for the running of trains today but the managers of all the lines will be itepl busy for a day or two to guard against damages by which will infallibly Bveop bniTkrs away unless continually IN OTHER The Duiunee lit Now HuvonTtrrtlilc iSptuitul Desiiutoli to TliH Jinaton NKW March storm bogsn lime Saturday morning about B oclock with which Boon turnea to a powerful which did not cease until UmaulB tlilo Ou nil lliu rallroudB lending into Ibicity thoro lino boon some Tliu train ou tlio Canal due lien Saturday night at U mot with an accident four iulli8 above Mount by which Hie tender and baggage cur ware thrown down about the John receiv ing Bcrlons Ko communication could bo linil with tho city bcciiUHO of the currying uway of u bridge ur awing to the bluUi of the country aiil tlio nanaengorii remained at that place all night ami not iclioved until u wrecking train reached which loft here about 5 oclock this Tlio water lias umlormlncd the leaving the road bed eollmt lueuamnge could not be neon by the engi The bridges over Weit connecting thin ily with ore owing to the nwny of roud There uis ucen a RDiiil ileiil of Iwiil iliiinii0 virlniiB FticetH and lilghwnyn Tlio vlly Uimil UiiiinnliiKlonerH were ant InsprwtliiK vii IuaiH itliiees ol1 dimmer uiitl ulvlnti onlors for Irniponivy work to Ilioni The lity nt fell iniprciviUiitvil for liny one ruin Tlm lylntf on tlus north niul of the city been nnd viiHt shcclK of water hfivc eovornl 1111 nslon ifhlng Ior TimlKht there Ims bean a fuvtlicr lnII of not iivsiiih ijiiiinlity as to Ji nun lie rslinialnl It will coat to repair the Terrible Floods In Jiliode Inland nnd Cim of and Special tn Iho Huston Alnruli severe rain Snluriliiy iitul Saturday night linused ft ripld rise of the river H In thin imd a good deal of damage in On the Bluolistoiie liivor two dams nt Uxbrldgo were mrrlvil The mills it Woon soclict and KOIIIU private buildings flooded wltli hi one imso tin wntcr luul been up to tho bcniuH In llio weavers Lumber yards wore ntloat nml tbc wonbiully Xo fcvious dnmngo is reported tlie water Is higher than for and tboro a good deal of fear and Al ou the Clear largo uinoiintoldnmnga Is ruported tlie llguresaro placed aohigb bntitsprob Haportsol dnntngiuiljo comclrom QuIniicbaiiK Kiverand neighboring mill ft Tin most itcrloufi la nt wlioni tbu west wlngof Sprugucs immoiiM cotton mill Is in together with the machine engine IIOIIM and All the bridges lire carried but llio diun is thought to be fu Ilidcnvoitiig to lliililc today four Mnrllm May Smith and Ann MeCuffrny wore IloililSevern Siib Huecnil Dominion ro The Boston Miivitb diirlmj llic greater part of the day tlie Ulvcr kept rising grndunllv until It ronuhud point higher Umn it wan ever known lo runoli The Miwts In Movcriil ftidinns of this city wore Hooded from eirly ufteiiiooii ind people liul lo bo eavrlcd olV in In llic lower whleh nn Ihlnly whole blocks lire und lliu are sluvlni In the hivoiid stories of Miilr The Water nhovR the ill y linn IHVII thrown open lo tlio iliun from but is full niul ron tildeinhlc iinxioly is anil IOOKI lum ber linvi1 linini iniiTlid and of cltojus me wnUliing tun river in rxniMititlnn or u greater vise nml at high Uilelf slonn ejiiliuues Al mid Alcmn lie llnd son rSjircliU to lliu rhir hmv uiiiisniilly liliih nml lull ol lloiillnj sliikK nn11tpoi led on OIL lluilrfim Kivov llic lurjicsl one Simytcn Duyvll over HOD inul trains nn vory nuiili Thp Iivir nl 11 uilHnn is vcpoitcil very and fviH ol on tlio Ilarllord anil lliislini rnnd arc bloiildd by BOUIR of thn iliitts bnliiK Iruin llllipn lo IwiMily feut dcip ilurlnni trains lire almi lilovkRd Jinstnn Corners mil liku wifrC on the mid MIOW drifts Irnm twelve llltoun Iued In ilo Iny Ivnlns bittwixMi Copake nnd Thn Storm in Tiup Uetimtcb to The lloscon Mnmh Ynsl wan the most violent ol Die Honson in UilH HOC The curly of tho day tlie HIIOW foil In homeiwe llakcn lint turned to and tho wlml blowing a lively sale made tliu aspect blealc nnil Tlie melting MIOW along tho Nangntnck Klvei caused to lisa It noon over flowed Its bnnks lloodhlg llio entho Several tritltiB delayed by land slides and olhur lions conariineut on Ihe below Uurby there are two or wash onts Today I ami the river will probably V down lielorn A OiinniKit ISccctuI Duauatcti to The Boston March a dnFeelive cul West Third street wan Hooded during tlie slonu nnd property damaged to the extent of about anil Milldanis at Sneciul Denimtcii to The Boston Marcli Several town and railroad bridges and mllldmiiB were badly diniiit by he freshet In Sudbiiry and vicinity It la that the danger in CHICAGO Tlif Kevv Internal Bvvonnu Muyornlly Cuxo to rlilcd In tin CKpeclal Uesnatch to The llnstou March Hie new Collector oC Interim received blank liond fromWuKhliictoii Up to but even liiK bin list of bondsmen luul not boon entirely nmdc An toon ns llic bond Ilin bii tiller It will bi returned to nnd will iirobably nrrlvc Iu time In enable him tn his rliillcx in A pi 11 now Deems jirobublii llml Lbn city will be cm broilod by tliu 1nlliireof tin to mi oleu lion for Colvln ruliiiiUK liiKive better cliiriEtH of arc ilnliiiiiiiiiiil tu liavi1 a in order lo pnileilr tin1 jniilll ol the and Is Ilimicllt nil MiilipiMiilint iiiiiynr will lie mid tliij uariled Into tile enurtv nn will of How Did it Happen East Boston Inlrlck ircy llvis at K lie ImlnlgKil n littlu LIID iu was nnd In that condition wiiil to see somu frliiids HI fi SnnitiiKii ntreol be stopped HHIIIC time there and wliiii lie euiiie wlilcli bn did in a bo euL Innn tlie lopol bis biiiil to tlm bridge of ckini nut til tliu boiio ami wise u cut two luclios long over bis Him or by whom lui wax liutchorid liu WIIH inn drunk t wliile tbu folks In the house show two ImlcH iu a window Hiisli wlicre glnss formerly nml say Unit Jroy foil aRnliiBt llio window nnd cul lili but who sowed Puts siiilp ilont be llovn their for he says glnss would have niiuli n edged wiioreus tliesn wounds wen iilciin lnt8 story will probably milvci tliu pnivided liu bus any of the Darinn Outrage on a Lady by a Oeauatuli to Tlm ilnaton Muriili allur of CnpLaln n clurU Iu bo oltko of llio Seuretury of wenl to Ibe eulil lioiiBe utlacbed to ber when was by a tramp who biul Uioroln uud Ilirowii in the pruinid umJ HbDiiliiiigly Hoi iwiiloiiec IB nt Ihu wont end of biUf u block from liny uud Ibo rntlian ewcupud an iilurni eoulu be lawlessness and Bloodahsd in CStieclal Oeeniituli to the llontnn MurcU muiikcil meu entered Oak took piiBBCBsion ot tlio and murdevod John Toblu und Henry imd sbot lulu n privuto kllllni u named Aduius Another nuirderaiiH but uiinuicoBHfiil numiult was mude on H man In while lyluu In Tbu tiBsaselu WUN ni The Ward Will CaseOne ol Wards Sons a Special Deuiiatcli to Tho Uuniou MuruU aftornouii one of tlio 8unn ol Iho Uitu Onpluln eentcd JiluiBoll iu tlio corridor of Uiu Font and lipnu the appoarunoa of hla Henry cauctit bim by tlio throat Til a must vlolcnl iiiiuiiier uud demanded Hfl wiu ar rctUd by an oflleer nnd lilt revolver taken from THE The Mud of Corruption Stirred up Still 10 Grant Itrotlicrs Doinga Good Thing in Orville Getting the Money Through the Patronage of BrotherinLaw Dent Also Has His Finger in the Tlie Crookedness in Headstones Also iu Senator Spencers Progress of the Charlestown Navy Yturd Despatch to The Jloston March nrticlos of impeaubtuint Hgainat Bolknnp aro expootoil In this Tho subeouimUteo matla up report uiRht to presented to the full committee It Is underatooil that tho lino of dofenco wlitch Belknups counnel propose to follow before tho Senate Is as follows They will ulaim that tho Itr viiiiKeniout with Marsh was nmilo by the lid knap now load that lie received for her the first payment from Marsh without any suHpfdon on his part that it had any relation to thu Port Sill or to any iiWRiihir trnnHDRiion that after liulkniips death thn Haiti to him Unit inrmoy would bn sent reRiilnrly hy wliich ha nndinvstooil to iustfti incnts nl on money of hers invested by or in thu posscsHiou of Marsh tlnu tliis impression lit nctunlly sent to Mrs Bowers Oinulnnati various sums which ho thus received from that when he married Bowers ho had un further to send Iho money snppoMed it to In a part of her niKnlur in eome irom the forluno left hor by her pruvi riuti THE POST iUiirn TcsllmonyA Gnnernl Srstin of Ktlbory mid Oorriiiilliin Orvlllo niul tlie IKsldniltNomB ISpmrliii DiHiialih to The tiiwtoii Marrh tliu wituoBKiH exnuiiniMl by Dlyineis ominlttio yeslordny Jobu of Sioux who bad Ikeiisu to inutaHt tbo Clioycniio Gordon who ttKtlllod relullve to tho Fort Htanton and two or thrtiu lost diaries tcstilled that ho eamo Into the iniittor ot iraderphlps through taking nn assignment of Iho goods of Uurfva who owed him llo wrote to CommlsBiomir Smith of the liidlnu Bopart incnl for license as InUInu but not getting any reply uiinio on lo At nu interview Siiillb in answor to his question why his loiter wns not unsworn I would appoint but you know bow tlietie iiinltara nro A loiter was shown witness which lie had wrltton to President foniplaiulne that his lloonuo was revoked for trnillni at jMlnHourl while Orvlllo Grant wan glvun the lieonses for all tbe posts on that He said ho saw President and tbe 1 linvc tlxeil that and I dont proponi toehnnge HKIUT OFF Til K UND OP 1118 AS IP MM UtUKT A lieeiiso at Uhuyounn was revoked by of the Indian Hut not lllilng this wny of doing UiiniiN 1iinio on ngnln ami saw lid told witimss that ho coulil do nothing for I roinnrkcd tho that if J had oflercd to lake in Orville Grunt us a partner I could liuvn gone on ami Bftulelsu testi mony rognrdlni tho Fort Stuuton tradorahip was In Kubxtnncu that through bribing a elerk in the AltariiuyClononils who wasu frlaiul of ho got a man named Dllss appointed nod Murphy removed but Bliss re fusing to bo goi him removed then ho surt ccedodin Kottlngu wan nniaod Charles Traeey up tliroiigb n lobbyist who operated tlmmtjli StimtorSawyer bnlTraooyln turn went back on and be succeeded iu having 111 in Wit nuns never held a post But they woru procured from time lo timo for and a Under nt Fort BtiBuim bail Informed him that bo Jmd given 1000 for his Ke had hoard I but Of THU controlled four or Itvo snub Two other wUniUiKVH wore Foil and who testified that they pnld nothliii wlmtevnr Ior llnilr post Ilii Intter snld tlini when ho wns n trader at Davis he julil JilOU for political purpnncH to Senator MnnchiSter TblnkH She Hns Oim of tlm Ueuuureli tuitui liostou Mnrch Tlinre Is n good ditiil nf hliv here rcKurilliiR tho inihlleatiun of u Btory tntht nffiict tlnit u clllHen oC hud paid Secretary Uelliimp to pro cure n cnntniul Ior Mm limiting appiirntuu in tho Oov cniinoiit InillillngK at Fort Sar gent in Hald In huvu licun I hlghcxt bidder and te huvu Ilinnint out lila to Weslurn OUnir Miiiichesler purlluH urn lielievcd to liavn had in iiiveifjrnoiib itoiitrauts ltir iitii Ihu pant luw OTHEB riinsn UoaiUtoucH Contrnutur who JDIiliit Get IhB Contract Avlilni iu Tell whut He KUOWR lie Tin eu tens n DCBpiituhen to March Further testi mony regurilfng tho Iieudstones Ioutravt will be heard Patrick of who burin to lull all ho was present but a quorum of the Couimlttuo not being ho wns obliged tn hold Ho says lie bid for the job and the award given to Brydgoft of Iowa for HU wlyB W1U upproiichiMl by some of the ring wlillo tlm bills were and will an Intertmtlng tale unfold when the word is given After Secretary of Oovein uieut Ancounts to llolstui np Juy In the real entiite pool investigation souio tclegnuiiH were seen by the committee in uucrnt session which of They passed bfr Iwcen the Seeritury of tlio Navy nnd his Loudon Uiiiiuclitl agent at tho time of the transfer of the Uovcrnuicnl uunount ti Jay lUUullooh to bolster that docaylng Ttio uaoiiDlt will keep them secret for the Secretary Kolieson has not yet replied to Iho quest limn ad dressed to IIHII by the itanimltteu coucornlng thin The InventlBBtlon Julo Sonator Silencers Kxtraonllnur Oourne of the Hau ute Committee Morton Ifltend at Aiiy There in much sharp comment oil tlio action of thu couimltUi Invostlgutlng the election of Benator Speu cur of General sent here by Flltli   

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