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South Haven Sentinel (Newspaper) - February 19, 1876, South Haven, Michigan9 i Imp % h % a. F in 11 it 1 a q 5j a it f Jug vol. In Soto the i30a.veit feb Tabt 19, 18v6 3v fifiwffilplifam1 current paragraphs. Or. 8c la teen refused permission by Turkey the farther pursue his excavations in the Troad. Mann of turf rely Ltd the 14�o�, he Fairee granting the Andrassy Offin signed the w reforms to the insurgent provinces. Tfx jury in the second trial of Piper the Boston Belfry murderer have returned a verdict of a a guilty of murder i the first to Vanda Bill repealing the leading feature of tire celebrated Potter Law has he passed by the lower House of the Wisconsin legislature. Tbs recently published Story that a Quantity of Gunpowder had been discovered among the Coal on a Steamer at ant Werp Belgium is pronounced untrue. Hon. T. J. D. Fuller a former congressman from Maine and Seo Oad Audi Tor of epitome of the we a a offers condensed tele8naphic news. To Michigan Pio Bitmon state convention to choose delegates to the National convention at Cleveland is to meet at Detroit an the 22d of March. At the session of the Plymouth Church examining committee on the evening of the both h. Bowen read a statement in which he alluded to unfairness and irregularities of procedure but a Aid be wished to Aid the committee to make the examination thorough and Oon Chuve and would propose the selection of three men within the congregational body in whose decision the world would have Confidence before w Horn Only or. Beecher and himself with their witnesses should appear when be Bowen would unreservedly five in the evidence which has cd him to believe in the guilt of or. Beecher the parties hearing the evidence to be pledged to keep it were Badty a Fred the Eklo ski was a probably caused by the accumulation of in one of the Chambers of the mine which it is thought was ignited by a lighted lamp in the hands of a Miner. The funeral of the late Reverdy Johnson took place in Baltimore on the afternoon of the 13th, and waa largely attended. Many friends of the deceased were present from Washington including judges of the supreme court senators and representatives. A Madrid dispatch of the 14th says Spain had recently sent another note to its Reprez a Enta Tives abroad which was intended to be s Complete answer to the late note from the United states government. The memorandum asserts that negroes Mulat Oes chinese and deserters form the bulk of the insurgent forces and that their army contains scarcely 800 Wyite cubans. Spain could not come to any terms with such elements. After having obtained a Complete Victory she would which �?�4� White wheel Emanu . J it cues a. $l�5ffilj7 my we $1.2�frij� or a Western cuff a a. Of St. Oore a Tver watad.\. A i mixed Welew ��?7c. Fam. A Ioka la court. Prism fat of a Luff to me Chat wout a do week fleece. 4t�sac. Chicago in , Rood 4.t0d4.73 a Ltd $1-101 a lock $s.00ff�-75 Toek 17v Hogey live $7.7ss�.ti. Cholee $4.73ffi5 90. , Freeh 14a1&c. Pork meet $1-�?fit. 50# is 5. s4.7jo7.80 Ertag extra a Spring no. % 04114c. Oates no. A Slom 46067c. Barley no. �.�o1�. and second oa<0 common boards flip Laoo Fiaoo a Quot Stag Lee turn a. A Lite Stock Beer dim $5x008-90 hog a pc $8.3008-�. Ant Media a $4j lard a a Jon of Leridou Nephew of tire famous poet of that name and lately Edi it Tor of the quarterly resist died in London a few Days ago. He was eighty six years old. The Mississippi House committee of investigation into the official conduct of Cardoza state superintendent of education report that they find him guilty on ten counts perjury embezzlement bribery Etc. The committee of the Louisiana House of represent i vet made a report on thl 14th. Recommending the impeachment of gov. Kellogg and other stale officers for violations of the Law by felonious by improper rating Public funds. A re or Washington dispatch says the demand during january for Jpn siege Stamps Ibntal card and stamped envelopes reacted the unprecedented amount of is do to Worth. This was considered indicative of the rapid revival of business throughout the Fornuy. The Bank of Commerce at new Lon Dan con was robbed on the night of the 8th. On the 2th the Bank officers were unable to open the vault and an expert was called in who finally succeeded in effecting an Entrance when it was discovered that the burglars had Cap tured and carried off $21,500. Witek introducing Kisbi Linthe in itch states Senate on the 14th, for the Protection of agriculture against injurious insects or. Ingalls stated that the actual loss 4 during the last year Trout the ravages of the Locust chinch bugs army and Cotton Worms and hessian flies exceeded $200,-000,000, and from the locusts alone the amount Cxoe eded �50,000,000. In seven counties of Minnesota Brerly 60,000 bushels of locusts were destroyed at a Cost of $80,000. Aldermen and Lindreth sex gauges of Chicago have been indicted for complicity in whisky frauds and have Given to sap for their appearance for trial. It is also reported that several indictment for similar offences have been found at Nik Orleans Aga ret residents of that cite and against u. 8. Com r Shannon r. 8. Dennec and others charged with conspiracy to defraud the government through the court of c claims in the you it n claims cases. Shannon and Jennee gave bail in $5,000. The vote in the Senate on the passage of the Centennial appropriation Bill was As follows a a a win cd a fron put. a Var mos do. Ferry Anthony Operton. Boat Well Conklin Bayard i x. A we i Claytob. A Craan Dean Al it or cd Rry . Hamlin hrs a. A a. I my v t was i Ull Tafak Inge la. Jopez Kally. Locan Mcdonald Mcnillan 4� my Tiger Morrill me Naitil Lavt. Girl Ltd by. Faddock. Pm purr of Randolph Robert on. Serpent by enter Saluco random aay a Alcorn Cooper Eaton got Waite. Wither�?-.5. A in a neut a Wiett sect. For Trafton Doc Don and Cam it Al a a to Eon la. Who coi voted for the Bill were faired with Booth Wohali Quot have tiled we a inel h a. Was a West mid have Ritoda for the my Boen present. He awol ii had he or. Tate feb Matidle. Some excitement hns risen in new Bury pm it from the that or. 1 junes Forton the Well known author a has recently contracted a marriage which proves i i Wittin the forbidden Darrei of the Massachusetts statutes. Or. Parton was the third husband of Fanny Fern recently deceased and he has now contracted a marriage with miss Eldridge a daughter of his Date wife by her second husband. Supposed to have flu ended the Legisla-1 a a lure in Protti Titi auth Manti Ages where there is no blood relationship an miss late wife. Wjk pm Learned of the re Affioti oaf the Law two do Jato oem Oby a Luce which time be has lived spirit from tire lady. R b a amp Haj gigs stance where the restriction does not exist has been suggested but under our tastes jump amp of a Treg. Ceisl Nav us Ain this Haas roped be Iff Bare. A m a a v a m a Garibi but plication to the legislature for a so is i act of it is not he. The Power a it pm if inclined or a a loot or a heat a to Aoa Ink Ftp so a mss the Legi Latare by by an a the Areadne Jurf tire Grer Eril stot Itea by but a Case Between Plymouth Church and Bowen and should not be withdrawn from the Church and taken before stranger. They then adopted a Resolution calling upon or. Bonn to state any fact in his Possession in support of the Allega nations that he had made ast to or. Beecher. Or. Bowen then said that a the committee refused to give him the necessary time to prepare a reply he must withdraw. He then read a paper concluding with the statement that he was now ready when properly put on trial before any proper tribunal or before the committee but he most decline at this notice and in this irregular Way to answer the questions on this occasion. He again appealed to them while leaving the room to give him time to prepare a reply. Hon. Reverdy Johnson was found dead in the grounds adjacent to the governors residence a. Annapolis md., on the evening of the 10th. It is sup it used that he stumbled and fell Over some Loose piece of goal lying of the sidewalk. His head struck the Edge of the projecting base of the Wall producing a fracture won the Skull. The medical opinion is that the chief and fatal injury was a fracture of the frontal Bone extending from near the outer Angle of the near orbit upward and backwards to the coronal suture. Or. Johnson would have been eighty years old on the 21st of May next. Of Wax Lindsay Odds Kofod of the Zuur Der of Francks a. Courtn was Hanoud at Syracuse n. Y., on the 11th. He persisted to the last in declaring his inno c0dcc. On the Loti w. R. Morrison chairman of the Houle committee on ways and Means sent a note to or. J. P. Hamble turn clerk of such committee in which he said he had until recently wholly disbelieved the charge that he Hambleton had named a Sou after j. Wilkes Booth but recent developments which show Sueh son to have been named or recognised by the name of John w. B. Hambleto gave at least a semblance of truth to the charge and with but the slightest appearance of the truth of such a charge it was his Morrison a duty to accept Ham Bleton a resignation tendered some time before. At the meeting of Plymouth Church on the evening of the 11th, a Resolution was adopted referring the whole matter of the insinuations or accusations of or. Bowen against or. Beecher Back to the examining committee with instructions to continue the investigation and to summon or. Bowen before them. The committee decided to cite him to appear be fore them on the evening of the 23d. The names of the principal officers elected by the recent Northwestern dairymen s association recently in session at fort Atkinson wis., Are As follows president s. Faville of Wisconsin Secretary r. R. Stine of Illinois assistant Secretary w. H. Stewart of Illinois treasurer h. Drake of Wisconsin. A number of vice presidents were also chosen. Resolutions were adopted endorsing and commending the movement to secure the erection on a he Centennial exhibition grounds at Philadelphia of a representative cheese factory and Creamery urging Northwestern manufacturers and dairymen to at once make arrangements for exhibiting bitter and pm Here of their of manufacture and to Aid Iff raising funds necessary for a creditable splay and providing for the appointment of a committee to co operate with the Centennial committee appointed Kytha american dairymen s anti Tim Centennial committee. The committee consist of h. Drake Wiso Roain r. R. Stone Iii Noisiri h. Wanzer Illinois and h. Smith Wisconsin. / the burglar who robbed the National Ima of nah Menec tit jew location oorm., has Kaen Dias Edmnd in tha Pera an of George c. Packer one of the tellers of that institution who has made a confession. All the miming funds of the Hank amounting to �11,910, have bean Repov a amp Batch from on the 12th says Thor Nataa had offs Rad to great completa amnesty4o All in Nara ats who would immediately submit to his Aal kor it. _ a Berlin Telegram of the is ii sky Ite Effort. . T a attest Ltd a 1 Ltd Keu Tislim a amp Buossi continue to uphold tha treaty. R which the neighbor ing Tiffand of Porto Rico where slavery a been entirely abolished already enjoys. Over 28,000 men had been sent to Cuba within the last twelve Mouths. A London dispatch of the 15th states that Winslow the Boston forger had been arrested in that City. The necessary extradition papers were secured and an officer left Boston of the evening of the 15th, for London to bring the fugitive to this country. In the British House of commons on the 15th, Disraeli the Premier moved the passage of a Bill enabling Queen Victoria to take the style and title of a a Empress of it was officially announced at Madrid on the 15th, that the Carlist had been entirely routed in the engagement of the 13lh, at Elgueta. The Spanish Cortes was opened by King Alphonso. He expressed himself hopefully in regard to the difficulties at present surrounding Spain. The advisory Council of Plymouth Church was opened on the afternoon of the 15th. Delegates from about 140 churches were present. Or. Beecher greeted All the delegates on their arrival and opened the proceedings by an address in which he stated that this was the larg est Council Ever held in America to discuss the affairs of any one Church. Or. Bacon was selected As first Moderator the Hon. Nelson Dingley of Louisville me., Kcf Ocdol Moderator and Gen. Bates of Luindia third Moderator. The letter submitting the questions of discipline to be passed upon was then read. Or. Beecher read the statement of Plymouth Church and made remarks defending himself and the course of the Church in dropping mrs. Moulton a name. A Resolution we adopted for the App hit Ament of six committees each to consider one of the six questions to be decided. Miss if dwell hav iffy been mar cantly to or. Bodiu the a Boston Fonty four to Congress. Wednesday feb. 9.petitions were presented and referred in the Senate from 5,8tc Eilf Talpa of so favor of Aid to tha Texas Pacific Railroad. A Milf Tiute for the Reeo lation a mimed by or. Davit Elj Ujj Region in regard to the account of defaulting nubile officer Eta Vaa reported from the finance committee the no to Tut direct the Secretary of the Treasury to is Raith the sedate a soon practicable with a state Cut of All the balance due to the United state from Public officer and other who were former. But Are not now. In the Public wac. Or. Boutwell introduced a Bill to repeal the and provide Tor the Safe of Timber upon the land of the United state. The Centennial Bill wat taken up and several amen it offered and rejected. The and diplomatic appropriation Bill a debated in t Omro it tee of the whole in the Houe. Thursday feb. 10�?a memorial was presented in the Senate from the Monument society making for an appropriation to Aid in completing Monument. To Aid in completing me w Anam of the Bill for the of the time for the con to Rwy Tion Ltd completion of the Noria can a cite Rall Rob a pawed a to Bactie lung a a a a a a be Ben Tecenia Bill a debated. In the a Ltd a a. A Mawirat a a presented and referred from citizen of Lon Inana praying for Relief certain political Roll a Exi Tang in that hta e. The cow Jar and we Lomac appropriation Bill was taken no in committee of the Ivole and speeches wore made by a a Lynch of Mowl Helppi Blaine and Tarbox or Blaine a speech waa a lengthy one deleted chief a to the currency neat ton and i adv Cacy of Apelle resumption and or. Tarbox s remark were in answer to his Platoe s arguments. Friday feb. 11.�?after debate the Senate Paa eed the Centennial appropriation Bill without amendment year 41 nays 15. A Bill was introduced to Correct error and Supply omissions in the be Vired statute of la re state. Adjourned to the 14th. Of a a a Quot a a a of a Pray at nature War made 1� por Iff of i inv flu us her a jibe Bill Relf Tuff to the tab Portal too of a new a lib a re Ortiviz the. Jade cur commit. amendments. After being amended in commit a j tee of the whole the consular and a a it Orna tick appropriation Bill we reported to the Lou and passed a amended la a to x Adio a the 14th. I monday feb. 14.-4 Bill was Intro a danced in the Senate by or. Ingalls for the Protection of agriculture Agabet injurious insects. Is or a a i % Asalion of or. Punch Bank a Uken up and or. Morton replied to the argument j of or. Thurman Tothy claim Lof the applicant. Among the Bill Tro danced in the House were the follow no in i sumption of it acis. Payment for be Pererra Ilion of Taranta on the Jpn the in Meta a Jecen in i the sources of navigable rovers and Othre i streams of Svetal Lee Wotton a a Liq Nair wans i adopted. Or. Bale moved to am fog 1 rules and adopt a Are Lintton Declar lag that i prompt mean area Aho Oid be take by Lacfi Regta ibb As is seeded to Lander effective foe Poltar in a a a a atm Vav Niff Cine id a tue Dayr feb. 15.�?ir the Senate the territories reported1 in Vorady a to the Mil them me the Peeta Ltd new Mattao to pcs a Taam the n Petrr Blair into a set stat Seui of ill a crop Titi a Fae Errato boat we at a a a rom Mun ��75,000. A i at the of hit a Milra of the he re a morn a of a off. By 4ke a a off a lag of the la Lac Peow Woedy j2wt5s5�tht3�2s, it or i it Quot a a a a the we a i Mossl the were i a f to of Cstro a to Quot of a Elma iian Wmk i that a if Here a a Ribee it to a a Phi a of Mari list 1 i Mhz a Wal jew Mio Binm o pm t z i to rate Tala of in. Newto Etty no Rai Rohda ale Tor a my after fofftte0 �8,00000 for kit yer. My the tra adur or to Fol Ike Chaa Geh i waa 44 Mil in her i Eye. # a i bom Princesa Beatrice lab the go Brest of womankind. Ate a Jiing them h would marry the Man of by of a Dionico even a h though he were a Echante ate has of ii taken up with a poverty at Icken Prince to ii whom parliament will Hare to support a m hereafter. S the Brewer and Sisters of tie United i states will erect on the Centennial grounds Han Iron building for the exhibition of Beer Jfe malt bops and everything com nested with b h the brewing business including a Minia h h Ture ice House. The Cost of the building go will be �30,000. A i the Otter Day up in Watertown n. H ii y., the wind blew a lady directly into i i gentleman a arms and Ever a face that b i time whenever old probability eff indicate h a Breezy weather the sidewalk of the town he ii Are so crowded with Young men a to Reo is �1 Der them almost impassable. A i trough no amount of study and apply he i cation can make a Dull Man Clever yet hah h May by the practice of self cultivation be i come Well informed and studious. i attempt to gain knowledge is productive a i of some Good result for if it does nothing a a m else it leads to a spirit of inquiry which in h is of itself beneficial. H a Man and wife at Eaton ton ga., were a i remarried alter two yearn of Matrimony. H i the first ceremony having been in Sonta 111 m Way informal and the inheritance of adj Large amount of property depending upon ill 1 the Validity of their in Antal relations. They h called their friends together had adj 9 Brilliant wedding and weat off on a9 1 honeymoon tour. M no Jiorle Long and costly processions of 111 i funeral Curr Iagas in Springfield a tie Correct thing in funerals is to dish i miss the company at the close of the Aero he i ice at the House or Church and convey Bill 1 Only the family and a few near relation i a bin carriages to the cemetery. It is hard Hon the livery stable men and under a Ike re a but the wealthy and fashionable one save that the Reform must be carried out and hit is done. A b Enoch Arden in Kansas a he end h tired the Cabin he found the old woman hand her Husi and engaged in the double a working Back acting reciprocate be per a h forma Nee of pulling each others is they reversed engines for a Momii aate win entered. Stranger a said off a him my with but i be beam Tell As you Vijh h married it i shall never int Rood on you Raj Domestic Bliss Agen but i warns Yoag Bright Here lie in a Man As done to like to Aezeh a Liis neighbor took in that this is a games a a War you done to stand no show. Stranger a she can draw to a Bobtail and make a Futh h Liana every then he bowed lifted a his hat from a Bald he a and ill clergymen ought to lie a Little carefully h in the administration of sympathy. There Are some lieu Tinl tic lines which will h probably have to be modified to suit cer go Tain emergencies. One of the cloth Wash a the other Day consoling an afflicted Broth a her on what he supposed to lie the loss of a hts wife by death and assured him of the 9 a certainty of meeting her on the other site Jug a when the afflicted interrupted him by 9 a saying a a i hot a that what you say is not 9 h literally True Tor i Lave just been i 9 h forced and expected that the Bill covered h a Titis worm and the next. If what you say 9 h is True you would pity me indeed for g Almy prom it act is anything but 9 i the Melicine is Good Bui it ought not tog 99be Given to the w Rong Lalic nth Catena 9 991 rib Une. A 4 9 on thursday after amm in a before lha go storm commenced John henry�?T�9 pm wife loft their a hopeful a aged fire and h his Little Ster aged three together Withoff a Little Cousin who was i iting a diem m9 a room up suits fancying Liat they would amuse themselves together without a i harm. When she returned an hour after-1 m Ward a strange scene greeted her Aston j a wished eyes. The Young naturalists had i a taken the Feather bolster from the bed Cut 1 it open and strewn the floor with Eider �9 Down which they were tossing up into i a Fol the air with tie greatest Delight Imagina-1 he ble. 41 what in Earth Are you doing cd l i Hydren a she exclaimed aghast. A a Wal h you see Mamma a said the hopeful a a Dod is snowing out door and we i h thought wed make him now in Cincinnati time. It s rabbits having become too Nurser Oil Man Oto it v.i1.t, ner., the a work Roi .1 h Large Ranche determined to rid the Vicinity i of the Peats which destroyed Acra Oil a rain and vegetables for him last season we and provided ammunition and provisional is for an attack on the enemy. Ten Fornai h wife mustered Fofo a tevet and the Kynli a continued four Days in Wloch time in h rabbits were slaughtered. Off Hundred Soaad. Of hot we m j Frfd Sade. According to the report trawl h the term it the ranch aute the 8,0091 m rabbits kure teen killed in its imm Dintel m since last july. They Arel 151 tolerably Well thinned out now and Hopes Hare entertained that their depredation Al will be Lees extensive next summer thai a a i Ual when item Dev tired about sixty agree m a bar key be of potatoes and Otter veg i we tables. Ttejrjff��to�h��dlah9 Farmers Inma of a year As the the ten Francisco Chr Niru has Al go native at Tec Ramento we i. A furrier n Good Deal of 1�b���bbs5 no work rih. A Teky a Safaa tried Dat i we. J. Bassett a Gauger to the ring and i Abijah m. Everest collector for the a Une part tee testified a to the whisky frands to i which they were parties. The Luttre Testi m theft to 1875, either tale to february or g Early in March Joyce had sent Hie to the a sub Treasury with Lbw a a tall Billa to i i get two $100 Bill when he returned Joyce put a a $s00 frill in two envelope a one i 8 reeled to w. A a. Avery and the other to get. I o. E. Babcock Washington d. C., each Eug v Elope having personal on the left Nana i Corners and told it Tasesa to put them to the letter Tel which he did Joyee i watching him from the window Oil his office the envelope Ted Umpai i on them. On the Roea examination Everest i a Aid at the time he returned with the two $500 Billa the envelope were lying Ong Joyce a desk when be tended the Bill to i Joyce witness watched him closely Tel Joyce first took the two envelopes up and i then took foe paper out of one of them and put a Bill in did not Ace him put the Otberg i Bill in the other envelope and waa not Poai a i Uve he did put it in nor did he know which envelope it waa he saw the Kin put a. On redirect examination i the Witney explained that Joyce waa i standing up at Bis desk when be mat Thel i Money til the envelope and after of loaf one i Tettat vote to one of the envelope he turned i partially Hartmod so that the Only part of the envelope and did not Aee the a other Bill out into it. I h. Alexander Teller to the sub Treasury testified As to giving two $500 Bills to a Man whom he did not know about a year ago g but could not identify Ere rest a the Man rather thought he waa net the Man. I Fraser distiller recounted the history of a the whisky conspiracy but knew nothing in a a any Way relating to Ien. Babcock. I fourth Day. I maj. E. B. Grime a depot i in the United states army stationed at St. I Louis testified that last fall while to that a City Gen. Babcock bad said to him that he i would pro Telly want to Send some letter or ipe Tege through him witness to other 1 parties and that a Short time after he received a letter signed o. E. Babcock i Clos i ing a me marked Mcdonald with a request to i Deurer the same which Witney did. A few 1 Days later be received two other letter at i different times Addrea aed to Mcdonald 1 which he delivered. On the Croaa Examina Itier witness stated that in a conver a atom Between himself and Mcdonald when he delivered the letter the latter had and explained the manner of handling Uffia 9hexpan�dwhwf handing patches la that office. One of the data Pawehe i to question and a it which the defence made strenuous objections dated dec. 5,1874, and Reading a follow a a i cannot Bear that any ene a gone or la going a asserted to have i been tent by gun. Babcock to or. Joyce could not be found the package of telegrams of that Day Haring been lost and Only a copy waa produced. This dispatch a alleged to a have been an answer to one ent by or. Joyce from 81� look to Gen. Babcock and was traced into the hand of Geo. Joyce a i door keeper at the White House 1but or. To rce a signature had not been identified by i the prosecution Anc therefor it Cuver was Only inferential. It to amp him lad Dib. Bonate Laddie. A Wmk Quot Isle do you 9 a we us is amp Testa Fow ngh of die Eaulm is like tha for Flag at the breaking of the Day did Yoa Ever be another like i i was lout and yes a tack of mental Camy Bonnie Laddie t far away i hear his a Hottie a Sonn Dine Over Lull and Del Fig and his merry Yafee out Rio Fri a wafted of the Evnia Gate -.�. A a v far away i Oatch the git Amer g of the a Atigbi on Hie hair then of. In More there lao Ojer like my Bonnie Laddie seventh Day. Alfred Bens distiller testified that Joyce showed him the 5 Sylph dispatch from Babcock in december 1874, and that Bis understanding from it was that the Revenue Mallul Luj it Viu a v we a a a agents were not coating and on the strength of to preparations he has health and strength and courage. And although is has no land. Yet i would not a a for Fortune when i hold Ray laddies hand. He i fearless and Strong hearted. He i Hind and tender Loo i and ill Neer love any other than Ray Bonaire Laddie True. Res is a awk a v f a a a ngg egg egg crooked. Whet Joses this dispatch he Tol him stated in reply to a question that he did not believe on. Babcock knew anything about the a Frisky ring. On the redirect Examina Tion Watnea said Mcdonald had also stated that he Mcdonald knew nothing Abo Tauch h. Engelke rectifier testified As to the Money raised by distillers and rectifiers for Revenue agents and said be had seen in a hotter in part telegrams or what purported to he Telegram. In the haf8, informing him of the contemplated a tits of Revenue agent. Ii c. Roger Deputy commissioner of internal Revenue and sex comm Saxouer of internal Revenue Douglass testified As to the suspending of the orders made last Winter for the Transfer of internal Revenue supervisor. After the Transfer had been deter mined on or. Douglas bad a conversation with defendant the latter calling witness attention to the subject and saying the Trane Fer waa an unwise measure and would result in bringing Auch a Strong pressure on the president that the order would have to be recalled. The president revocation of the order was then read and wit res identified telegrams relating thereto received by him from Joye it and my Dooal and other sent by him to those parties. Fifth Day. The Cross examination of sex come a Douglas waa completed in a few unimportant questions. 0n the redi Rota examination he testified that an endorsement on a affidavit made in 1873, purporting to be charge made by Lindsay Murdock a collector of internal mate to run the showed the witness a a everything was All right a and to a a go Joyce showed witness a letter three or four Day after he saw the dispatch which satisfied him witness that it waa All right and the making of illicit whisky would not be disturbed. E. B. Fraser business partner of the pre rious witness was called and stated that or. Be vis showed him the letter mentioned in his Bevian Testi Nouy to december 1874, and that the effect of it was that their House recommenced making illicit whisky. On Croaa examination witness he pretty Well acquainted with loge the Revenue agent to whom the ring Money had been paid but could not Tell just when he began to serve the ring nor How he waa seduced into the serried. The witness received various letters and telegrams from Hoge some of the letters signed a a he recollected going to Cincinnati to meet him on one occasion in response to a Telegram. Hoge kept the ring pretty Well advised of the movements of the Revenue agent Anu waa generally considered As working conscientiously in the cause in which he had been re Jun Ltd Brooks formerly Revenue agent but now assistant chief of the secret Terry division of the Treasury department testified and corroborated commissioner Douglas account of he efforts to unearth the frauds in St. Louia in 1874, giving the same dates of consultations interviews letters telegrams Leits to Washington Phiiadel-phuueto., by himself and Hoge As were Given by or. Dougin a. Telegrams in cipher were then offered id evidence which the defense claimed were confidential dispatches Between counsel and client and they were ruled out by the court. Col Dyer then offered what Are known As the Avery dispatches in evidence and they were auth encase Here closed on the part of the prosecution with the exception of the testimony of a Washington witness who would testify As to the handwriting of two dispatches Jet in dispute and who would take the stand As soon As he arrived in St. Louis. The Tes Kors of the lost. The death of off Irardy Johnson. Kevy pee in 8o�ttim$fc a Ottil against Joyce Toft no Cdonald showed that Suc aet we Donau new a such chaises had been received and filed. The envelope containing the affidavit was endorsed by u. soil in the presidents private Secretary and the prosecution proposed to read the document showing that in 1873 the charges had been sent to the executive mansion and had gone through the departments Bat witness was allowed to testify ouly As above. Nearly the entire morning session was taken up in trying to Trace Tiu Ough the Telegraph clerks of St. Louis and Washington and also by the doorkeeper and messenger of the executive mansion certain the a Grams not yet admitted to prove that they were received and sent Back and Forth Between messes. Joyce and Mcdonald in St Louis and Gen. Babcock in Washington. Finally fhe defense waived this proof As to one dispatch and allowed the following admitted of be in sen. Babcock a handwriting to he Lead _ Wasiko of d. C., dec. Is 187u Gen. John Mcdonald. 8t. Louis i succeeded. They will not go. 1 will write Yon. S signed la before this a read the defense n"oun<1 that they proposed to make a lengthy Legal argument against the adm Sion of the other telegrams and perhaps they might wish to include the a a Sylph dispatch in those objected to. The defense wished to Reserve Deputy in my Rrogers was recall and to miffed that he bad a conversation with Gen. Babcock with regard to the Transfer of Revenue agents and that the latter had expressed his regret at the issuing of the order for such Transfer a it would bring political pressure on Douglaas and be a uld be l forced to revoke the order and that would work disastrously to him. On the Cross examination witness said Gen. Babcock expressed great Friendship for or. Douglass. The defense made strenuous opposition to the admission of the dispatches a a a a cd to have passed Between Mesar. Joyce Mcdonald and Babcock and insisted that they should Auire not Only proof of the authorship i transmission by Telegraph but that the dispatches were actually placed in the hands of the persons to who they were addressed they also objected to the relevancy of the dispatches. It a then Agre that the dispatcher should the grouped Toge Beij and the question of their delivery Etc., and their relevancy should be argued the the same time. Beside it Grant s deposition. A Washington associated Freaa dispatch of the 12th say the Preeto eat a deposition was taken on that Day the the executive mansion. There were present chief Justice Waite 8ccy. Bristow at Yuge. After report cot wii1t�i a. Ooch re it Gen. A eos a. Mnauel and or. Itee who rear emitted e Roee Cotton. The talk waa administered by and the examination develop to detects that Gen Babcock had rot influenced or attempted to influence the executive to the selection it of toted to the totalled a Flaky a Lar that he bad not interfered to any manner to canes foe Sua Plimton Efta Ellebr Orter for , of super visors but that the Rev he Swap directed by the president him in Fader that sue Pietor being removed from the a Tail Fri tit one engaged the the Munur Parta Grasshopper bal Timok my feh la or. John son arrived at Annapolis last night to argue tie Case of Baker re. Frick. By invitation of gov. Carroll he became his guest at the executive mansion to Day. The governor invited chief Justice Barton of this state and several other gentlemen to meet or. A a Hnz on at dinner at the mansion. They dined at about five p. At dinner or. Johnson appeared in excellent spirits and Iris usual health and entertained the company by his conversation and relating anecdotes. At dinner he took one Glaza of Madeira and refused to take any More. After dinner he suddenly asked the governor to take him into the parlor. He took the governors Arm and walking in there sat Kritun on a sofa. At the request of my Johnson tie governor rejoined the guests at the table. Shortly after a servant appeared at tire Dort and Oer Kong the governor out told him or. Johnson was lying in the Yard on the Stone. Gov Carroll went immediately to the place and found or. Johnson lying on tie Cobblestone Carriage Way that passes under the porch of the mansion close up to the Wail and near a door leading into the basement. He had evidently gone Down the front Steps and around to the Side of the House and fallen where he was found. This a about 8 .15 p. M., and the impression is that he had been there at least half an hour. He was then dead and had been bleeding profusely from the wounds on the right Side of his head and face. There Are Large wounds on the right Side of the forehead two fractures of the Skull from the upper portion of toe Tore head to the Eyebrow a dislocation of a Finger of the left hand and cuts on the hands and the legs. The physicians Are examining the body to determine the cause of death. Aha four feb. 11. Or. Lewis h. Stein state senator from Frederick county a distinguished physician and chief inspector of the sanitary. Commission in the army of the p1 during the War who examined the Bothy shortly after it was found give the following As his theory of the cause of death. Or. Johnson either stumbled Over a piece of Coal or being seized with apoplexy and striving to save himself moved toward the West staggering along by the northerly Side of the executive mansion the each step his Booy gaining momentum so that having reached the door leading into the basement he swayed around to the South and fell his head striking against the Sharp Corner on the Granite base of the House which gave the first wound on the head. Reaching the pavement of rough cow stones a second wound waa received in front of the first at this instant probably the i me of the Noee were fractured and one Point of the second Finger of his right hand was dislocated. Whether his subsequent struggles May account for the Abramovs on his knee and the fingers of his left a land cannot be positively of asserted. The wounds to the Scalp were Accoo Ipp a my Frates the Haftl the More readily be Del u?7? the Tesor 4te.�t spirit , and a Hoof the Dos a so important an of so we �?�5 the of Tamora of the outright 12th. Gotta staff Rita i a Ita Tatel in Colorado even Wask a mat oat of Foat the fre Soldaat Deuce in the Tate eted was satisfied patches which Bravek. Y a. It i am a of Beltow to a the impair his rated am to his Toto Rity a i sin Day. Aha to. Pm. A a a a a i in amp a data Dadie Lavoro their ski Ansalve Fate Fay wore aate stafa late comprised Vor Toos Tol Ocram from Ufa am. Joyce ��he3easw-1 to air uses Matte i red a i Ulua Ter Quot item fee the a we a a Taw j . Kojm the first sensation on being late is one of absolute and total bewilderment a bewilderment so intense As to produce for the moment an almost perfect Blank in the mind. The lost one is incapable of summoning thought sufficient to realize anything to contactor his present tatar Tion or take measure for future action. It is an indefinable state where All is chaotic quickly succeeded however by that All pervading terror which chains thought and action in a manner nearly Akin to death a value shapeless terror imagining All possible horrible things and painting mistely and lazily upon the numbed faculties nameless miseries yet to lie experienced a slow death by Story too or thirst exposure to the devouring Elemente or wild beasts tortures of every imaginable description always ending in a lingering death and above All never More to look upon a human face never More to share human sympathy a going out in utter darkness perfectly alone. Then despair joins terror doing her tortures and lastly comes that All pow Erful All pervading yearning for human companionship which blending with the two former feelings unhinged the intellect and renders the Man insane. The beginning of such an experience happened to the writer once upon a time. I started one Bright autumnal morning to visit a Friend residing five Miles Distant from our Home. Both houses were situated on the immediate Bonks of the Assiniboine River which took a great Bend Between the two leaving them or the extreme Points of the arc. From my Doorstep the Timber about my friends dwelling could be plainly sen across the intervening Plain and vice Vera. It was an unbroken Prairie country a and the backdoor Yard May be said to have extended to the Rocky mountains. Over this level expanse however were scattered clumps of Cottonwood Trees and Bushes which limited the View of the traveler Over it to say a Quarter of a mile in every direction that is the Timber copses occurred so frequently that in no locality could a perspective of greater extent be obtained. Running nearly parallel with this River with an intervening space of six flowed a Small Creek called Litiere a Tel. The Banks of both streams were lined with Timber of about equal height and the perspective lines of these two rows of Trees merging into one in the distance see med to place the traveler Over the intervening space in the midst of a Circle. From any Eminence these dark Timber lines could be traced distinctly but from the level Prairie the number of smaller Trees obstructed the View. 1 started about eight of clock of a Bright morning the Sun shining clearly in the heavens. The horse i be strode was fresh from civilized stable a entirely unaccustomed to the Prairie As a his rider. As 1 could see my friends House from where i stood in the doorway i intended striking to it directly across the Cord of the arc formed by the River instead of taking the More roundabout Road along the Banks of the Stream. I entertained not the slightest doubt of my ability to find the Way As in any event i would know my Gen eral position by always having the River at my right hand. I trotted gayly along choosing my Road around the clumps of Trees without he i Tancy. These Timber copses were so dense As not to be penetrated but in passing around them i endeavoured to keep the same general direction inclining if any thing to the right in order not to Tose the River in this Way i journeyed on at a Pace of not fewer than six mile an hour. It must have been at least Taro Livours from the time of starting having no watch with me i Ras unable to Tell exactly when the Sun beating on my head with considerable Force occasioned the thought that i ought to he at my journey s end. I surely had been travelling Long enough at a rapid rate to reach it. Expecting every moment however to see the House standing before me i Jogger on at increased Speed Tor half an hour More. At the expiration of that time i saw looming up before me the dark line of Timber bordering a Stream and thinking that perhaps i River too Low Down i Rode up to it. What was my Surprise to find it was the Little Riviere Sel that i instead of the Assai Boisnel despite continually leaning to the right i had gone obliquely to the left. I Felt considerably vexed at my Lack of a Illfay guidance but no alarm. I knew that i a at least six Miles from my friends residence and that i must be opposite to it or even Tai theron but then a i to strike straight acre to the right and i must inevitably reach the Assini Bome at or near my destination. 801 turned squarely about and galloped sharply across the cd a a Rato of Weed was continued for about aah it tar when i again discovered Force to it the present Tion or devise plow foe the future seemed lacking it was a Complete and vacuous bewilderment a which the Only thought definable was the general one of being Lota. The affected the a Vakal Man with stupor. There a no de Tare of motion or action of any sort Only to stand still lost in the mazes. To this succeeded a feeling of fright a mild form of terror. I became scared to what might be the results of being Lota. As the Pola into accidents of soon a condition passed rapidly before the mind the feeling of fright intensified and took pose Staffi of the physical body. I became violently Active and ran to and fro and unintelligent efforts to find a landmark. The perspiration Buret from every pore from the excitement under which i Laboured. I was unable to collect my thoughts for a considerable time sufficiently to think Over the Best course to pursue. At length i mastered my fright enough to mount the horse and stand up 1n the Saddle in Hopes of being aide to see the Tine of Woods on the other Stream. But i could see nothing. This increased my fright and i galloped out a Short distance on the Prairie and shouted though i knew there could scarcely be any one within Hail but i must be in motion and so Rode on shouting and of course increasing my excitement with every breath. I soon thought better of this however and determined to strike for the River again As it seem Ltd to be the Only feasible course. If i kept to the right i could certainly reach it and i surely had enough mind to keep to the right. So i Rode on and on bearing stubbornly to the right. A this time my imagination was haunted by visions of what would happen to me if i was lost these visions All terminated in a lingering death and were of such kaleidoscopic hues that Ray fright became actual terror. And Over that Hung like a funeral pall the dazed bewildered feeling that took away the Power of reasonable thought. After 1 had Ridden for some time i struck an old disused cart track on the Prairie.1 i was overcome with Joy at sight of it considering myself found again. My terror vanished leaving Only a vague fright which would not be satisfied unto the track had been explored and found to Lead in the right direction. I Rode Down it in what1 supposed to be the right direction for about half a mile when it disappeared in marshy ground. Thinking that probably i had mistaken the Way i turned about and allowed it in the other direction. At the distance of a mile it faded away in the Prairie and 1 could find no Trace of it again. When i realized that i had lost tie Only thread which promised to restore me to life the terror which had left me in a measure again took Possession of me with increased Power. It was a powerful pervading terror but not definable As to its object excepting a general dread of a lingering death in some Kcf Fol. Added to this came despair of Ever being found again. As the terror increased As it did constantly from the horrible pictures presented by a morbid imagination so the despair augmented ate until it became almost impossible to think on any Defina ble subject at All. I would pass minutes during which i could not afterwards Tell what thoughts had occupied the mind. If seemed a perfect Blank. It did u�4 even occur to Roe that in following the track in the last direction i had turned completely about and was returning to Litiere Sel until i was upon its Banks. Though i knew that of course i ought to be there from tie direction i had taken yet when 1 found myself by tie Stream again the feelings of terror and despair deepened. I immediately turned Alk iut to retrace my Steps without observing any distinct course of Kravek i was too much confused and bewildered to Lay any definite plans and had Only one general thought a desire to see someone again. It did not Point to any particular individual As the person to be seen any face would do so it was human i would have hailed the appearance of my worst enemy with Delight. This desire As i journeyed 00, took almost Complete Possession of me to the exclusion of the other feelings and specially of that vague bewail Lermont which overshadowed me. There Vas nothing misty or Hay now All the faculties seemed awfully acute and All ringing the changes of one cry i want to Aee some one a it seemed to me that i must see a human living again that it was impossible i should Al was be alone. 44 of if i could Only see somebody a this was the Burden of my thought. Every other earthly object dwindled into insignificance before that intense desire for human companionship in fact i thought of nothing else. I Rode on thus for a Early a hour sometimes at a rapid a take at Otter limes at a gentler gait. Then i by oked up and saw i column of smoke rising straight into the Clear sky but a Short distance off. 1 galloped rapidly toward it and rounding a clump of Trees appeared suddenly before a Man burning chips Iff he door Yard. 1 to found again two Ana a half Miles from where i had started from in the morning. It to four of clock in the afternoon. In relating Tea experience the writer abrogates to himself Only a Peculiar susceptibility to the feelings of terror and despair add a comparatively social habit. He believes firmly however that another Day of such experience would have retailed in temporary aberration of h m. Robinson in Appleton a journal. .5. A i a. ,. U a about an mar wire the Trees lining the Banks of a water coarse with fractures of the external hones Oftie peeling perfectly Samuy a Odthe by a of the Skull ate in jew Jer Over Rodd with the probable rupture of a some of the arteries at the base. Death must have resulted instantly. Or. Gwynne the attorney Generio of the state and a son in Law of or. A Johnson 1� of the opinion that he was seized with vertigo and fell As he had a attack lasting three hours while attending a trial a Soufieh Carolina several years ago. Now that my troupes were o�j9� up to the Stream. There was the a j a again before me i h�8 simply Del scribed a Circle of probably eight Miles i in circumference Fhi time i we thoroughly alarmed and vexed. Tie idea of becoming Lota in that limited territory with such general landmark to be by seemed to me Ridic Loaa. Yet the Samel a thing might occur again. Tour old such a recurrence i a son the stat inc of Marmon a a wore Mur. A to Ulm mut., for the Leet Yek a Howth to oat of ult it it. The a toe Tiao i Quot Alta Quot. Toul of 463 Bunin a a. A Stouke to neck Bow Ltd a a costs widowers and widow were unfold a for the second time and seventeen widow took bachelors for band. Five widower took widow fori their third wive and the same Arnber . . Wutte older while in forty Rigte instances both were a the same age and fifty nine Bride were older than the moms. Owe Brida was fifteen year our St sixteen fourteen were seventeen Ond i Twenty eight were eighteen. The youngest Groom a seventeen five act snipe teen nine were Twenty and Twenty one we Tw�tjr-0m to Nof Aam teen surs took a brine a a sign i set 31 s�0 in mob a Wmk a of mag tha a Bui a a a. A 333ffgfy Ito us. To Rock up it a a site the one on which i stood and Tofig Imort Nuner a i Mic Tad. Had a a a a h a nervous and Excita ofte and i put the horse to an incr ored rat of a pm Edja by do Lre to re a to fatty Lundmark. A dotage i Stawer Fasske a a Mufti me will Tangl the Sua in the Pofar a a awaiting a Advance in tha mar Lull. Keep the Eon in a cwt Afa Fra five to uniting by it a kit Novata a a keep he required cd Man far Wib a Iuo �?1��?r> . F acts am flt Trees. The englisha to Lonteen a Toree consume of 228,21 my u4 file of whom 168,700 a re efficient. / _ the to thousand quarts a fresh milk and 4,000 quarts of conc a spa milk Are a consumed daily in Brooklyn at a expense of about �2,000. A upward of 2�o0.q0otocbona Trees have been planted out in India during the a Fivey far Ted there are500,000 plants Winthe Nursery Beds. I according to the estimates of tic hoc a a Rte a a he Prue bold of artent Tarot he Wka form z5b�u<ff Pray a duo the chickens cd Turkey hatched him the 8tate.�19� a a pm to our Active army the wetareceiv�17,077 i cd pied by Firth me. In be lire thirty one Georgia. Them curl plea expects to be prepared i in the it is travel Tea matai a Tejw a the Himfar to Nevfa j. A tic of a of chiral m6.06�.a go Hil i total of Flaata in Montreal i from Small it my a the a 9wte2�.28�, is Svok

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