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Tomana Entine it vol. Xxiv no 2h.iüianapoli8, tuesday february 23 1375. Whole number 1.789 Louisiana difficulties. Which Lieut Gocr Nur Irenn and other prominent icon Sun Laua have come to Wuh Injoon a on Kruto elect and which will h All horned in the Kkt pig Jated to to president on monday next pm Rush i9thb Flammi. Bui unt Lanty Fly a follows to Cou byte Mph u, a or Atli object to Tbs can ind. Feb 21.fjrst get Engin eral telegrams. Kirk and loss of life sat Mak Kkt Kwh tick Ano lag about 10 Oclock a Are broke oat in the Loira Ore Sod residence of Henry Klater. Tee holding is a Light Frame and a enveloped in flame Winch Coni Muul Ofle it a to the to Toffice and Mason la Hall on the North Holh of which were Cone amed. Eater an a wife Eft 1 their borne about a to to go to their daughter House East of the town leaving their three Little children two girl and a boy aged respectively nine five and Tan rears Slone in the Bouse. Three children pert Obed in the Arismea. The Are was under Mich headway when discovered that it was impossible to Rescue them. It will probe i y never be known Bow the or originated. Or. And mrs. Lister lost one child this Winter by suffocation. The Quot and affair cart last night Complete the destruction of their Little family. There u no in Ranee on the property destroyed. The a rails and fixtures of the to Stofflet were raved. Washington an Appe Alto the South. Ogk wkly South Ron to curb i a Lihr a boo him so his it us to pat1knckand to w Ait Robt Brood time Comiso. Wah Hinton d. Pm feb. 18.the following address Haa just been prepared by the democratic member of the South and tout beat to lit people of the Southern states you Nave confided to the undersigned in this conjunction of affaire the delicate and difficult tak of guarding in the Federal Eon h your Public into wit Yor rights and reputation Tuberty so take parted to critical your destiny and that of in univ tutricm., visas Blu t do you will therefore Pardon the should a of Addre Talog you at a upon a matter affecting your posterity. You can not Quot have failed to observe the per at Tell a flirts of some of the leaders of the Republican party to revive the animosities of the pro War which happily Are fast giving a Scoto a peril of Concord and Unity in every Section of oar common country. It is impossible to predict Certa Luly the effect of thes of Appeal to passions. We Bellevo that through the honest representations of a few upright Ard conscientious Federal Offtor and a Cut an Independent and Able Public Prosa and of Many cd tip a without regard to party Iba True condition of the Southern state and the real sentiment of the Southern people Aro being gradually made known to our follow citizens of the North. We Hope for their favourable decision when Tully apprised of ail the Lala. The great ends of Good government will be reached when the people of All sections forget that we have Ever been inc Mia and come together again a in the Early Dava of the Republic emulating each other Only in Devotion to the beat internal a of the whole country. With this exalted purpose in View there is nothing inconsistent with the Honor and manhood of a Brave people to resolve to suffer with heroic patience whatever be their provocation and wrongs looking through the fearful present to a hopeful future and repelling unjust epithets and gratuitous insults with dignified moderation. Let every White Man in every neighbourhood in the whole South regard Himmell a a commissioner of the peace maintaining to kind Liest relations toward the by Tek Iran remembering that the responsibility for the extreme poverty to which we have been reduced and the corrupt government to which Bis vote Haa subjected us in Sis not so much upon him As upon the bad men who with the As Nance of Federal support Hava by appeals to Hia worst a edous sought to make my our enemy. Biu we labor by a honest Means to convince him of the truth that our Iuler est and his in it identical and that both must be preserved us Good government and that Taos who stir up strife Between us Are tub Khz Imi Fucsok both Racks. Let is at to Wauie time see to at he. Is fully protected in rights to vote a he pleases in ail elections. Let is continue to Deal with his. Honestly and fairly and let us continue Cus daily to Millu to our midst those who of Acy Polit local party either seek to know the orto find Homes upon our Oil. We do not exaggerate when we admonish Veu of the disheartening fact that every stirred disturbance every homicide of every character by whomsoever committed by stuck or White Republican or Democrat such As Are i no dense to every Community upon Earth la perverted into evid Enereo a of lawlessness and Vio Lence and a purpose to Mccoan p Meh. It ii tical ends. We Well know the Greet in us Tice of auth. In Arres which have weight Only where ignore i e of or True read lion prevails. Strenuous Effort Are nov being made by to tie to misrepresent you to ind Noe the passage Bye Grea of the dangerous measure in order to irritate our people to drive them to de pair to provoke them the violent out brer a in order u furnish an excuse for applying Lor Cul Eltary . We express the Hope that a majority of the present Conj tsa will cot be found ready to Aav Clon Sui legislation. If it be accomplished it w ill. Be against the Proust not Only of the democrats but of he moral Worth Ana Here of the party is Poiror and of such republicans As bract Evirtt Charles Francis 4 dams and other whose patriots in id Saenso of Nat Leo Are known to the whole country. We May however mistake. Most extreme oppressive and unconstitutional measures May be imposed upon you. In such an vt4.1t we wools Appeal do the Wisdom and patriotism of a Long Antler fug people by every Hope of be Fillias for of Dpi null forbearance and hopeful re Lancen Pon the virtue and sense of notice of 11> american people for the ultimate vindication of our rights be Protection of our liberties and the safety of it or Republic form of government. Signed by senators Gold Baglie Stevenson Norwood Cooper 4jordon, Ransom Mccrary b tiv Johnson and Merrimon. And signed a the following me Hera of then Ltd a presen Tives Cook Caldwell Bell Bromberg at Kina Waddell old it Tinga Herndon Milla Willie Hancock Crittenden John Young Brown Harria Yoang of Georgia. Whit Thoroe Bright Rosaland Bowen Beck Bland Adame Clark Arthur cumin go Durham Iii Tun Hatcher Gunter Glover Mclean vane Robbins Blount Harris Whitehead stand Iford Stone. Shoes Young of Kentucky Wells of Missouri lil liken read and Lamar. Mitre is assuming jurisdiction concerning the election of 1872. That election and that of 1874 were separate and entirely different. It is agreed that the member of the legislature elected in 1s74 can give pledges and guarantee the most ample and positive Lor their own future action the people will assent to let Kellogg Ajoue obey the Laws and Accord the de Facto government recognition As Long a the president sustain the Kellogg party in office. If. On the other hand the conservatives can not get the results of 1872, or of Tench a he congressional committee decide that they Are legally entitled to they will not admit the legality of the Kellogg election nor will they consent to express doubtless to what Are they believe the Legal Renella of 187í. But As the question has perplexed the president and Congress Ana both the executive and the legislative branches of the government hesitate to act upon it it is not just to expect the caucus of conservative i inc Lien of the Louisiana state legislature to Settle it. The conservative in Lher claim that they a bold not be required to re Ogniz the illegal Hahn House organization and thus endorse or acquiesce in the acts of the 4th of january. Asa further act of Good Faith the conservatives agree not to Orcas the will organization upon the republicans but Are willing that neither should be insisted non and to let the members declare by arbitration or reorganize the Bouse the Louisiana con Grem Sinai delegation with the exception of senator West Nave approved the prepared Compromise. _ special Senate session. The i Kesl Dent isl pm his proclamation. Washington d. A feb. 18.the following was issued this afternoon. By the president of Ibe United state of America a proclamation , objects of interest to Tho United states require that Tbs Senate be convened at 12 Oclock on the Bill Day of March next to receive Aud act upon Arch communications As May be made to it on the part of the executive now therefore i Ulysses s. Grant president of the United Stales having considered it to be my duty to Issue Thi my proclamation declaring that an Exilta Ordinary occasion requires the Senate of the United Stales to Convene for the transaction of bunnies at the Capitol in the City of was bin ton on the 3tb Day of March next at 12 Oclock at noon on that Day of March All who shall at that time be entitled to act a members of that body Are hereby required to Lake notice. Given under my band and the Seal of the United states at Washington the event tenth Day of february in the year of our lord one thousand eight Hundred and seventy Tive and of the Independence of the United states of America the ninety ninth. By the president. U. S. Grant. Huh pm fish. Secretary of state. A Railroad in Plasan Ness. Scott pays Hill to proposed Louisiana Compromise. Pryk and of Thutt att Mottro to mtg act a its basis. Wash Soto. D. A feb. 20.tbe a is of the new proposition for a Compromise of the pc. Itt pays his Rio Idt phkh1dkmt of Arrott. Philadelphia pa., feb. 16.thoa. Scott president of the Pennsylvania Railroad co., has written a letter in real v to the Telegram of president Garrett of the Baltimore a Ohio Railroad. After accusing Garrett of demagogic a and acting in bad Faith toward the officers of the other trunk lines in regard to Ratee. Col. Scott goes on to say a far a Thi company i concerned Yon May rely upon it that or will protect the Busine of Philadelphia and place Baltimore new York and other Points accessible by our lines on an equitable and fair business Baxis Small matters relating to transportation Over ear own Road. While we desire Modera a Ralea for service performed believing that it is Best Lor the Public and for the interest of railway Prosperity that this should be the aae we shall always be ready to Taka care of our share of the business of the country with rates and facilities equal to those of any other company. Tho lines from Wash ii Goon and Baltimore to and from new York Over one Road shall be made quite As Penett for the convenience of the Public from this Date As they have Ever been at any time in the past. There shall be no inconvenience whatever to the Public by reason of your Effort to destroy the railway property of any other parties. The Northern Central Railroad company will during the present year peril it its terminal facilities at Baltimore so a to place that City on a full Equality with the nth on the Seaboard and it will be the duty and interest of the company whose line terminates Here to give to Baltimore a Liae in every respect equal both As to rates and facilities to any that the Baltimore a Ohio May be a Leto offer. It Elemr. To me most unfair that you should attempt by the course Indi cat Elhiu your message to coerce other parties into a policy that might re ult in great injury to the property they represent. If the measures to a adopted by the bal i i More a Ohio Railroad company should produce the resulta that you anticipated there will be no difficulty in Umler Slaiding the motives which prompted such a course and i Beneve the railway officer and stockholders that May be input cd will bold you a president of the a. A o. Road responsible for this policy of destruction. So far As this cot Pauy is concerned it in Abund Sully Ahlo to take Core of its entered and its stockholders. Chi Caus feb. 16.Tho in tar Ocean tomorrow will state that the Baltimore a Ohio Railroad will unites a Cox Promice is t fleeced Wilt the Pennsylvania Railroad before i Oclock to Norrow reduce it passenger rates both eastward and Westward. It will Alo Redwoo its freight rates from West to East a they have been reduced from East to West. This will involve ail the other trunk Unes running irom the Kiwi Sippi Valley to the East. This determination of the Baltimore a Ohio is the result of the correspondence Between 1reaident Garrett Aud colonel boots yesterday and to Day. Geo. Grancia a. Walker of Yale College late of the us food states census says that the be Fusee taken by the Bulf Way Between those taken by the general government every decade Are of the utmost value to the United states census officers As showing the cause of the movement of the population. I am not an Al Armutat he say Aad have no tear that our country is about to decline in wealth and population or indeed that it will cease to grow in both elements of greatness but Tuy own and studies have convinced me that very powerful cause Are at work among us the effect of which ought to be As Carei uly Aud freq Tufty measured and registered is possible. The Ohio Law Gram tug second trias without show of oms Haju to been repealed after a trial of fifteen scandal sensation. The last witness. Mph. Frank p. Moulton Tel la what she Kex Kwh a no itt the bib Cikk Tou Ding Rev lations bib Charm Oox-i-emi0ns to her a very damaging witness. The Chicago Tribune of the 20th ins it. Contain a a. Thy report by Telegraph of the testimony of mis. F. I. Moulton from which the following extract is taken q. When did you have your Firat conversation with or. Beecher in regard to any difficulty that to spoke of a. 1 dont remember whether it was before or after my return irom the South Bot it was in the Spring of 1871, i think. Q. What wait be said mgt you when Bis trouble were the subject of conversation a. He was waiting in the parlor for or. Moulton and is i went into the room be took my band a do said do you know anything about this great sorrow of my life i said Yuss and he said Frank has told you the fact has he 1 said quote. He Aid i am very glad he a. I am very glad there is one woman in Thia world to whom i can go to talk or my trouble without Reserve. As near 1 can remember that was All of Tia conversation at that time. Do you recollect having any further conversation with him a. Yes air he would often speak to me about it. Q. What would he Hay a. He would ask me if or. Moulton a still hopeful that this Story might be kept quiet also the condition of or. Moulton is mind toward him. If he was Friendly or annoyed or irritated generally some question of that kind. The next conversation that i can recall with or. Beecher q. State if you please when it was and what was said Between you. A. The next conversation which i remember of any length was in 73. Q. What did you a to or. Bukher or what did he Sav to you a. Or. Be Caber said to me that if or. Tilton pub laced the letter of apology he Felt that it would be useless trying any longer to love this Down. To came in on monday morning. Or. Moncton was still in the Bouse and after a conversation with him a few Ino neuts be said i would see your Wile. Ltd. Whom did to address a. Or. Moulton and alter a Short conversation or. Moulton went to his business and or. Beecher Laid Down on the lounge Aud be said this is probably Ray last conversation with you. I Foel that if or. Tilton publishes my letter of Apo by. It is Seles for me to try any longer i love this Down. I have never Felt that i had much to Hope for from Theodore. He 1 Faith is and seems to lose sight of the fact that if Thia letter is published be strikes Hia Wile even More than me. I said or. Beecher i do not think that is the Way to look at it. 1 think you should go Down to your Church Aud confess your crime. They will forgive Vou and he said no i can not do that1 can not do that. For the Sake of the woman who have my her love for the Sake of my children fur the Sake of my cur cd Lor the Sake of my influence 1 shall not conies. I will die before i will confess it. I said you should go Down and conferee it and i am sure they will forgive it. He said no that 1 can not to they would despise me i could not go bark to tiny Home Atid my Church would not forgive me. They would not Seei with no As you do. My work would lie done it would be better that i should go out of life. I said you could write for Yohr paper and Yon could go up to your Tarm he i Sid no they would not read anything i should write and there would be nothing left for me. 1 Lave resolved to take my life. 1 have prepared a powder which 1 have at Home on my Library table which i shall take and sink quietly out of life. I said Why should you do that and be Aid 1 feel As if i had no Hope and if i published any card in the Eagle it would ouly be a temporary Relief. Or. Tilton is Likely to drag up the Caso and i Ball pro i influence on the world for my own 1 Sake and for my children s Sak it is Nav Doty. If you reported this to or. Beecher a. I did. Q. When reply did he make a. He Asod Parr Lafae has tried to repair it the wrong she Baa Jone is confessing hereto and it too Lata. Q. Ivd he a anything to you in respect of the time during which she had permitted him to to in ignorance of the fact that she bad Oon reseed. A. Held. Q. What a. In talking with me once be said it was very cruel that Elizabeth should have confessed it All. It was Verv unjust to him that Abe should have allowed Hui to visit her for six months after she had confessed to her husband subjecting him to unpleasant greetings from Theodore that he could not understand Why she allowed him to visit the House without having told him that she had cod fanned to her husband. Did Yon Ever say anything to or. Beecher about Quot a Altig to his Church a. I did. Q what a. I told him Bow much i had mimed the Church and the influence of Hia sermons t hat i had been a member of Bis Church for Many years i bad been taught to believe in him and it was very Bard to be disturbed in it that i could not go Back very Well knowing what i did. He would ask me to go Back to cur cd. He said. It you knew what Comfort it was for to o see you once in the congregation von would come. He said he had repented of Hia sin and Mai Bern forgiven and he a better fitted now than Ever in his info to do great Good. I once said Quot i dont see Bow you can stand in your pulpit and preach against the sin of adultery to Young men when you Are implicated in it you Rae tie said Quot having suffered what i have Aud pawed through the experience i feel Mere fit for it than Ever before. Ltd. Did hoi in conversation with you say anything about Elizabeth s tendency to talk about this to blog a. He did say Elizabeth was continually making mistakes that he meant Well hut she bad no judgment or discretion tha ushe allowed everybody to talk with Hor about it if she would go away or if some plan could lie adopted by which Elizabeth could a kept away not be allowed to talk with everybody about it he thought she could not speak to everybody and be often told to when i saw Elizabeth to Tell her out let to anybody about Thi Case. Q. Did be Ever Send any rummages by you to her As to How she should do in her Louse a. A i. Q. State what that was a. I Onoe reported to or. Beecher a conversation i had bad with mrs. Tilton when Abo Felt she would no longer remain with Theodore that he was always referring to this sin she bad commit de and she Felt she could not live with him aug longer that she was going Home to live with her Mother. Or. Berber said Tell Elizabeth for to that for my Hake she must continue to live with Theodore and make a Good wife. I knew she has Usu re to endure but for my Sake Aud for her own and for the childrens Sake to of it. I have a family she bus nothing to Hope for irom me Aud the Only Way in which she can Ever see me is to live with Theodore being to Hui a True and Good wife. Q. If in any conversation with or. Beecher respecting Thia trouble he took the Blaine upon himself in any Way you May relate it. A. When i related to him my conversation with mrs. Tilton Hbeo Sho said it was not or. Be echers fault but Bei own be said it was not Ber of null but a my j am to blame. She is a goo it. Woman. I unit you always to love her mud re act Ber. Or. Beecher always spoke to me of Bis love for Elizabeth. Bably never see him or see you again. I said or. Moulton will still stand by you. And no matter Aba comes i will always be your Friend but i am convinced that the Only Way out of this trouble is to Tell Tho truth. He said to would coins to see me the Day following a he had some Gifu to distribute and incr unto to leave and there was something he wanted to convey to Elizabeth. Laughter it was a Long interview. Or. Beecher was very much excited Aud told me with tears running Down Bis face that he was very much excited and said that he had suffered the torments of the damned and that i was the Only or Gnu be could pm Ada in. Q. What took place when you next saw Hui a. He told me he was very much depressed on that Day but be left More hopeful q did be Ever speak to you in regard to in Tibon a. is sir. Stats what be said to you in regard to her at any time a. He always spoke to the of his love for huh and he wanted me to respect and have regard for her. He wanted me to go Aud see her and to try and Comfort her and console Ber in her sorrow. He said that i being a woman knew what to say Loa woman under out a circumstances. T2> did you Ever carry any message from him to her a. Yew sir. <2 Aud irom her to him a. Pc sir. Q. State what those messages were. A. 1 req Faunl to or. Beecher co Vernal Ion 1 bad bad with mrs. Tilton. Bate said she Felt very sorry for Bim even More sympathy for him ban for Beia Eif. I said i bad lost Faith in or. Beeber because 1 a unable any longer to attend Church. She asked me to go Back to Char cd. I said Elizabeth How can you ask me to i o Back to Church to take my audion from his hand knowing what i do about Hia rets Aud she said i want you to believe in him be i a Good Man it was not Hia fault he la not responsible for the crime i am the one to blame and i said i thought i could Bear or. Beecher preach and Napa derive some Benefit from i words but i could not have the same Fath to him wed Chobad bad in earlier year. <2, did you repeat that con versa lion to or. Be Ember a. I did. 2 had you Auy other conversation with Elizabeth that you reported to or. Beecher a. I id. Q. State what it was. A. I think it was about the Lime or. Tilton appeared at the Church Tuat 1 called to see Kilt Zib to. I said to Berf see you Are called before the Church. What Are you going to do to save or. Beecher she said i shall sacrifice in v husband and deny everything. I said will you allow your husband 0o go Down with the truth she said Quot i Thlik i hould be to Stipd in stating falsely under the circumstances. I think everything of or. Beech is and for the Sake of five times married. A Wisconsin Bio Amlet Frk Achino the ooh Al Dor not pro vent a k8vbrbnd scamp from marrying five women. The Larossa Democrat give the following a the record of a reverend pretender in that state the Rev. Or. Jonea alias Stone steel an Advent minister who Baa been doing Aonie pretty Tail preaching Thia Winter up at the Corker i the town of Farmington this county is wanted by the father of Hia last wife. In fact he is wanted so badly that the so Oriel and under sheriff of Trent to Tea ii county our own sheriff and two deputies Are new Roitina in All the spare Lime they have in looking Lor him but so far the search has been in vain. If our information is Correct this Reva and rent i i a Muchley married Man. It Moemon that a year ago be used to live in Hanover n. Y., where be married Hia Firat wife. He Yoou abandoned Ber and moved to Andover in the same state where be soon married another wife and yet the Firat one was living. He soon became tired of a 2, and came what to grow up with the country and settled in win com Minn. Here he married a girl which a wife no. 3, and she soon died. He a legitimately widowed that tini but soon had married another wife no 4. A daughter of or. Wiley of that Filacc. Still being of a r Vin disposition be Eft her and came Over to Wisconsin. In Winona he preached under the name of the Rev. Jones Bat once on Thia aide of the River he addressed i followers under the a tic of Rev. Bonest kill e soon Mart led a in Wile no. 6, a daughter of or. Guardie living Alx Miles above gala Burgh. And went up to the Corners in Farmington and a been preaching Thero regularly this Winter. La the meantime or. Handfe found out something of the reverend gentleman history swore out a warrant and put the offi Oora after him but Tho wily husband of five wive four of whom Are now living Fopp Eddon and out of Hia pulpit at the Corner last week and ban not Wen seen since and in consequence there a no meeting held at the above Piare last Sabbath. We have no doubt that while he i Nitu ngon the ragged Edge he Winabee Iii reel dead by this time and a perhaps Solilo quizzing that be May have Proe Chod Hia last Sermon. If he is found there will not be much difficulty in proving the charges As the two last wives Are living within 20 Miles of each other. Us Advent in any new locality waa generally signalized by taking unto himself a new wife until now he flee from All and May yet be heard or in new Field and pastures Green when it would Heem no. 6 will be in order. Thus Haa another shining Light been extinguished and we have no idea that even a Brooklyn jury would when Hera brought to trial acquit him. It is indeed too bad. And we retrain from further remarks this time. A Boston correspondent writing of Lester Wallack a present engagement in that City says Lestar Wallack is drawing Well at the Boston. He is less a Good actor with advancing years because he is More sell conscious. It i hard to say where Thia will end if be a Ontina a to act. The advertisers critic make a palpable hit in critic Ming him a a Lover when it say it is Impo Wil in to conceive so very Ooi a gentleman As Iff lot with anybody but Frima Elythe crime of seduction. The killing of a skd17cbr jul Tifis a Cali Kornia jury think that atty bib Dor served right a Kim aft Aiila sensation in court. The correspondent of the new York Sun writing from Napa cal., gives the following account of a remarkable trial in that state the closing queue of the trial of Uxbridge for the Ninder of Harry Lar Kyna were of a remarkable character. The jury retired at 11 Oclock last night. It was the Genenie expectation that they would return with a verdict of act Nuttal within an boar and the Spectator who had thronged the court room ail Day waited to Bear it but a the hours rolled on. And the sound of Load and eur meet Dir cation continued in the jury room they slowly departed to their Homes and Muy Bridge a t Keu Back to jail for the night. On retiring to their room the jury stood five Lor conviction and seven for acquittal. Thi morning a second ballot a taken with the name result. The difference Between them was on the question of insanity. Few if any. Believed Muy Bridge insane but the majority contended that sane or insane he was justified in killing Markyna for having seduced Hia wife. On Thi Broad ground they finally All met. And then the Only quarrel waa la regard to the form of the verdict whether it should be simply not Gilly or not guilty on account of Naulty. Upon this they differed Long rat the majority contending that Muy Bridga a not insane. They finally carried their Point and at noon to Day a verdict waa reached. The sheriff was apprised of the fact and be secretly notified the judge and counsel. Muy Bridge was then taken into court and the jury having returned their heals the clerk called their names and then inquired gentlemen of the jury have you agreed upon a verdict the Foreman arose and replied we have at the same time passing to the clerk a Alipot paper. The clerk unfolded it amid a silence like the stillness of death Usoon tents. Then he Daf ised it to the judge who read it and returning it to the clerk said genl Lemmeu of the jury is that your Verdi j 7 the Foreman i. Is. The judge to the clerk record the verdict or. Clerk. The pen of the clerk flew nervously Over the paper for a Tew moment while ail eve it were fastened Apon him the prisoner sing like a stator Bis eyes fixed in a Stony stare and not a muscle moving under the tension of excitement. Suddenly the pen of the clerk ceased moving and arising the scribe said Reading from the Book gentlemen of the jury listen to your verdict As it stands recorded people is. Muy Bridge we the jury find the defendant not guilty. At the Anand of the last momentous words a convulsive Gap escaped the prisoner s Lipa and be Sank Forward from Hia chair. The Metal and nervous tension that sustained him for Days of Uncertain Fate waa removed in an instant and be became a helpless As s Newborn babe. Or. Pendergast caught Bim in Bis arms and Tina prevented Bis falling to the floor but Hia body a Limp an a wet cloth. Hia emotion became convulsive and frightful. His Eye Wero Glassy his jaws set and Bis face livid. To veins of Hie hands and forehead swelled out like whip Ord. He moaned and wept convulsively. But uttered no word of pain or rejoicing. Such a display of overpowering emotion has Seldom if Ever been witnessed in a Courtot Justice. Tho floodgate of feeling scorned suddenly to Lave been lifted and the Long pent up tar remt of emotion to have burst upon the Man sweeping All before it. He rocked to and fro in his chair. I tam a absolutely horrifying in it contortions is convulsion succeed convulsion. The judge diet charge to jury and hastily left the court room unable to Bear Tho eight and it became neck Eazary to recall him subsequently to finish the proceed Tig. The clerk hid his face in i handkerchief while the prosecuting attorney and Lorae of the jurors harried away to avoid the spectacle. Others gathered around to Calm the prisoner Aud Alt of them were moved to tears. Muy Bridge at last by a powerful Effort controlled his emotion and in fifteen minutes waa a Leto go non the Street. The judge was to bin retailed to the Bench and on motion of counsel for the defense Muy Bridge formally discharged irom custody. In the uni time the stews of the Aeq citral bad reacted the Street where it spread rapidly. A Large crowd gathered in front of the court room and a Muy Bridge descended the Steps a tree Man they cheered vociferously and Long. Huwa surrounded by the crowd every Man of which be tend anxious to congratulate him tint. Then they went off to find the jury men and congratulate them. The town a never before in Auch state of fever Ali excitement. Nothing but the verdict was discussed. The Aati fac lion with the verdict a it very nearly unanimous but a few while admitting that Muy Bridge should not be Oever Elv tin foxed Oon eroded that Hie acquittal was in Defiance of Law and would encourage others to dred of blood. A sort of provincial Pride on their aide was involved in the matter Ard for the Good name of the county they said they fait sorry to Aee homicide go no punished hut these were in an insignificant minority. The verdict is a sort of new departure in snob cases an abandonment of to Insani y theory under the disguise of which homicide for the cause assigned in Thi Cue has so often been justified by american juries. On retiring to their room the jury were Given four form of verdict by the judge. One was guilty of murder in the first degree pull it Able by death and another fixing the penalty a imprisonment for life a third of not guilty and the last not guilty because of defendants insanity. They were very pointedly instructed by the judge that it Larky is seduced defendants wife the defendant a not justified in taking to Law into his own hands and slaying the seducer. The de Tenne recognising Thi a Good Taw net up the theory that defendant waa acting under an irresistible passion or Insano impulse arising from the discovery of i wife s infidelity. The fury d added entirely the theory of insanity and meeting the Case on the litre Issue left acquitted the defendant on the ground that be a justified in killing Markyna for seducing Bis wife. They say that if their verdict was not in Accord with the Law of the books it is with the Law of human nature that in Short under similar Circum Tancos they would have done a Muy Bridge did and they could not conscientiously punish him for doing what they would have done themselves. Down to death. An awful leap a jump prom the dome of the Capitol at Washington the horrible mangling of the body. The Washington chronicle of the 18th inst. Gives the particulars of a terrible tragedy mentioned b7 Telegraph a few Days ago the Moat frightful Sulci de which has Ever occurred within the District limits took place yesterday at the Capitol Bai iding and strange to say but few were aware of the presence of the victim the Cir turn Lancea of Bis taking Cal or the fatal result until the of new waa noised to the building and surrounding. The Only proposition on record to ump from the Durno of the twp Itol Vas made during the Faurote Mim Duel which afterwards resulted fatally to Manon at . And wherein one of the participant Prev Jindy offered to the Othor to tie bands together and jump from the dome of the Capitol at Washington Quot visitor crowded the dome yesterday of usual and about 1 30 of the Drivers of the numerous equipage in waiting in front of the building saw who they thought the form of a Man come from the top to the base of the dome a Man passing along Firat at reel out thought some one on the inside of Tho railing encircling the base of to statue of Liberty had thrown Over a t oat or lost some other garment a prey to to winds. in the Wing of the building looking toward the Center portico saw a Man Elsam ear from the railing above mentioned and the various rumours drawing the attention of the Capitol police upon an inspection of the roof Over the Eastern portico the dead body of a Man a Lound and it a at one remove 1 to the Roopi of the Capitol electrician in the third Ezcry of the North Wing of the Center build aug where Coroner Patterson held an inquest with the following jury s. S. Samuor Foreman a. L go Bright Jame f. Dooley k. N. Atherton c. M. Ford Charles m. Draper Howard French f. A. Ward c. M. Levy. P. H. Liebach j. W. Westfall and e j. Parker. The body attired in Plain but Comto Tarde clothing was mangled almost beyond Reco Onmon. The front of the Skull was crushed Over the rear portion and the lower Jawbone jammed up into the brain leaving the Gums with the Teeth attached protruding. Blood and Goro covered the upper portion of the body Wuich a apparently broken in several places although no examination waa made. By id icons handling on the part of Tho physician present the features were so arranged a to by recognised by an acquaintance. On Bias from a found fifty Cert in currency and a Pawn ticket signed by Corner Pennsylvania Avenue and thirteenth Street from whom some clue waa ascertained a to the name of the det Earod. Finally the lather of the , Aman about sixty year old appeared and recognized the body As that of Bla non and betrayed terrible mental suffering. He said that Hia son James Mcmahon waa about t Wonky five year old had Beon studying for the Catholic ministry in Baltimore up to last August when be returned Here on a a cent of his health and has since been working at the Carpenter Trade. He went to work yesterday morning a usual returned Home at 9 Oclock Aud shortly after left with a bundle Alne when nol big was Beard of him until the fatal occurrence ■. The testimony of tiie other wlm Seq Lewi Burns mrs. In. Wallingford and r. Is Akou referred entirely to the ctr mat Oncea of How the fatal leap was made As follow the deceased who ascended the various flights leading to the top of the dome was unnoticed in the general throng Aud when he reached the railing surrounding the Toloa on which a the statue of Liberty he quietly scaled the railing looking Over the East portion and a Prang Forward. In a second almost the body was i Eesa on Tho Ridge of the pediment of the East portico 186 Leet below mangled a described above. The course of its descent wan marked with blood and it a to rapid that no one who saw the occurrence could say positively what Jimlu trades ral Litius. Or projection the body struck and it a evident that the deceased intended to Clear the pediment on which he fell in which Case it no had would have Fol Leo about three Hundred feet and landed in about the or get historic with presidential inauguration. The jury rendered a verdict that deceased came to Bis death by jumping from the railing surrounding the Inonu of the Domenz the Capitol while Labouring under temporary aberration of mind after which the body waa tamed Over to relatives for burial. Deceased was Well known in tits City Tor the past few months a an industrious Mechanic residing with Hia father on a Between fourth and fifth Street nor Lawrel. His two Brothers who Are clerk in governmental departments Are Well known in Catholic Circle of the District and Are respected. Deceased was of a quiet turn of mind and of perfectly sober Bantu which Confirma the belief that Hia tragic death a the result of temporary insanity. I funeral will take Lacu tomorrow. A remarkable Case. A lady manages to link to knit the Kos years with throb fins in her body. The Louisiana press gives the following As authentic one of the most remarkable Faaee vie remember to Bare Ever read or heard of came under our observation saturday which we shall Here proceed to relate Twenty three years ago the wife of or k. P. Brown of the firm of Weir a Brown than a child of seven years of age swallowed three pins by acid but. For the last fifteen year she has suffered the most excruciating pains and last summer ter life waa despaired of but by care and the Best of medical attention she partially recovered. Some six weeks ago a Small sore appeared on her Iii by Aid just above the upper hire Point from which matter commenced running of Obsi Onaley. Lost saturday morning upon getting out of bed she left Wanai seemed to be the Point of some instrument protruding. Or. Brown be husband examined it and discovered Ike end of a dark coloured substance. He immediately or. Rite wart who upon Bra arrival applied a pair of Small Pleni to the Point and Drew out one of the identical pins mrs. Brown bad awol Lowed Twenty three years ago. The pin was of cred with a kind of Bony substance and with the exception of being die coloured waa otherwise the same As when first swallowed. Or. Brown a a very vivid recollection of swallowing the Pina one of which waa perfectly straight and the other two crooked. Since writing the above we learn that or. probing the wound made by the pin which a been recovered discovered one other of the in some two inc Bea beneath the turf at vis unable to extrait with Hia instruments and Wil have to in All probability Cut into Whereat lies. Mrs. Brown under the circumstances attending there painful operation a Doug remarkably Well and we Trust will entirely recover. Are probably right in your observation that for two men to Kim each other is perfectly disgusting. It Stamps you a a woman of genuine aesthetic taste. And yet there can be no harm in the practice so Long As their intentions Are honorable. The of cola tory eclat Etlou in such a Case is note Vou Prima taxis evidence of guilt. And no court would admit it. Next it Berasa you would be justified in interposing a Barrier to this indulgence if you think the Barrier could stand Argos. Ü
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