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CYBUS 8. OBERLV. Editor.
THE Itll.l.tri ttBl-IMIirT
I tun noxious to to out t f tlif nrjspape r
and priiitirjr tusi:Kinto mif.ttiT hif-l-ncsn.and
there lore offer the whole IHu.r.
rtv Printing; Establishment -mat hint ry,
typo, building, ami good will of ttic
newspaper anl job oftiet bet tali? upon
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ati'l job printing csUhliehnK nt i
tlic bet appointed our id Southern llii
and i a money-making concern.
Any one who wishes to engage in the
htisincM will tin! this lo N: nn ccel! i t
Inquire at the Him lis office. Mr.
I;. A. Jturnctt.
lift. 20. 170. JoH.v II. m i;i
Let in investigate.
i i i.o'i i g 'VrriKtr.
Willi inin onntv.
Iwty-oiio o;-! in
Have barely t :.) ped
ihio. lit own state.
U ii in Europe i vita)
Ii (ve r;ee in A'jierien.
I., t iw
Arnit t he? next war, now at ban 1,
generals will I-' as i: inner on. In the -on
much. United States they nnv are :n
Ckopkk di'l not receive cii" vole in Al
exander county. The poor oil mm wa
warty friendles. in tlii part of the state,
and had only a scattering IrW n.l any
I'm. pril"Mif hv pinioned Win.
O. Avery, one nt the d!siin;;uihi d
whi-ky rae:d. lie will walk out of tho
penitentiary ot Mi-onri i t a f-w d.ty a
iaer It ti't ft letter mm.
iV.w. Mcv"i:t will lie pir loiu.ll. II" is
I lie W.ob?-D-m;Crat' mi Of t!(0 W lliky
riiiiT- W? hope tii- p.irdon will not Ion
he delayed. W'e pity him. The evidence
on which he wvi convicted ws not ei-.n-ili-iu
ofl i- tullt.
i.t : people do i,ot fully nuli.. the
f.u!. hut it is a fact that the country it
j.ow ..t.indir.g on the thp'Miold ct the
niO-t mr.niei.tous political ev nts.Vyond
which threshold is civil war and revolu
tion. We do not wih walk "V r ir.
I.'f 1 JJO lilfk.
'Wi: will either burc TilJe.n or a light,"
exclaim tle bt. Louis 7i ?. This is u
must unpatriotic sentiment. Alter tliuy
have been counted out in Louisiana, it
will be the p itriotie duty of the Demo--rat
to submit without u strule. Tlity
have t veryth'ni to yuia by eubuiNion.
Tim; Stit"J.,y,;i:!l bo;i-U that Wi'liiUl
county lias been rt Oe. imd. Wil
)imoa vo'.c.l for tirani the lir't and
M'.onJ timer, und now gives ll.iyts
twenfy-eiht iiiaiorlty. This is a ptcu
''.ir kind of ndcniptioii. The iMteh
.ie laKeii iioiiaiKJ. j i j.vputacan
h.ive taken U'iiliaiusuu.
Iv J '-74 1.157 vole? were tart iu .tiro.
I i 170 1..M votes werecabt in the city.
Thi was an increase of S'jI. Hut it is a
l.iet thiii there are icwer voters in Cairo
now than there wcu m I S7 J. - have
not been bulldozed hue, lu:t w Jiave
'i-i ii outraced by the importation of il
JefJ voters by the Ka.licui party. And j
yet the iiiveiii'.'itioti aked for "eorr.?
hut tardy off I'
M.ow au l sure, but sure if not tlow,
"-tit 'o be tne motto of the Democratic
pary in this terrible tiiency. The
j arty hold the vanUi-e jround, and
houl i not Jo; i: by any ra--hnfejii. It
rhould be mre it u ribt Uforc it jo-f!
aUf ad ; ard beinjf ure tbtt it l riatit
it boulJ not . m a'ntfcd il to go
ab'-al will .:tit:jr: the cout.tr- into civil
wj.r tf l--.4(t i.i. . i - t
----- .. ,r -tj ru: f:v.K viia.u littw
Ui" com."-? .iila bapt".zfl with fri-i rnal
uyk intws,f,f tin. I.om-vii:
' '.-f Ur. Journal, in a dispatch to bit va
5 r. 'ftys.uudtr date of the 13th int.
"J!e klA'.r H undoiibtedly Ixmocratic
ir. a larje tuajor'ity, perhaps More than
- v'.'; but the returnnje tr J. fyiurot.-d
' i to L5frof and three vtr-auciei, pro-I-rto
coutt It out. 'lLu the win .f
:i na'.wni? to I wt ai le at the coir.
ittt'A of I'ackai I. Kfllor?. armo:ti A
Co., npj.ortd by L'riiLe-J htat troop.
A:i the rjpo.i.ib:e tl-inf-r,t iu I.' u:-:-una
i:idor thii !a!eniei.t."
M-NiTvfc lrk ref.lS-ft to JfO 10 liCA j
ri-r'.ri. lit r ported once to the tv.nate
tna:K.llr.-;waarat.eaJ,ar,I U tfriid
t'tit he would lx.' couip. ilwl to make a
like report in the niatti r ot th pr-x.-ut
l. ction difficulty. nutor i.o-an may
I anxiout to have tomethin di.-!:o;:c-"t
done, but he is too hunt to '0 down to
J-ouMana and li'lp K.-Uo. do the
wrong. I'ity 'lU "ti, ime that U hue
not the moral course to foilown into the
province ot Lui.lana, aud ri-ing abovu
party help kavc iho country hv prcy nt-
... hut nun i.:,i in i itiiillll in 1,1 t.i.y,
In a di.-patch to the New York ll.-dl
iov. Ktlloi'j taid ou the 11th in-L: 'Tt
I Impose .ble to give you ar.y accurate
fctatt meut r even an approximately ac
curate i stinutc of the result ot theeKc.
t'"r.." A few d ty before the 11th he.
U'cgraphed to tSeuatur I.oan: '-You
nay rely that it Gov. Tilde u ilcpt udis up
mi lite vota of Louisiana be will never be
jretldent.' W ill our Kepublican friends
ut this and that toguLer. Uunebt Kil
o;: Ho freat are f ildtn's thanees
u tat ruled by autb a governor, con
crnlng whoso poftiri lu dettrmhiing
he I exults of au election all ute agr.i'd
iat Itiey are alinot ab-toluti !
iiiRttRm Mv4tir. rim nt-
(LIBI R. !;
Ifa'Ttr' M-tgiu for lccrmNr, bv
filming the titty-fourth volume, Is not
only an cpcrbdly attractive number,
frtu the iK.mty o it numtron lltustr.
tion. but i al'o ditingui'ht I by the
unusiiil vnnctv and intrrtst ot in con
fn.'. I he nuni'.x r i- eiiiVMi. bed with
nion thanV'rtity . X'ui?ite eiigravings
and t ontiin-. b i h 5 the live edilorUl
dt partuitut. twenty-tour rontl ihutioti..
coveting every po-siblc vnrictv in the
i-)d of m.-irarine litcratute.
f he dteiiptivc illustrated paper, treat
of "tf iioa and lt- celebrities living and
i d ; tli- I'hilippinc IrlaixN ; recent im
portant ethnological discoveries in Ten-m-(
e : and the xul lifeot the J nicker
b'M-k' r ot New Vork two hundred years
ago. I'orte Crayon's illustrated paper
oil "Iiovs and fiirl ii in hi. character
Two ol the illu-lrattd coutributiou
i.re potto;. The U jo'h of Hold," by J.
T. l row 'tridge, i a powerful and dra
ruti Christmas story iu verse. "At
Two rvore," by T. It. Aldrkb, while it
i 'uiii -it iitly personal to be welcome to
the po. t' many friend-, u not egoti-tl-
cal, und w ill be rea l wilh delight by all
lovers of pottry. The other ctieal
contributions to this number are of unus
ual excclletic uotaMy I'aul Wayne'
.Muscadines." which remind one of
sonic ot the hapote-t (tT.rtsof the older
The mot important feature of the
mitnlH.r i Mr. Gladstone' manly letter,
explaining Lis attitude toward thii j
country during tne late war. Thre is a
v. ry large audience in America that wlil i
regard wlrh the greatest interest this
communication from Lngland's wi4-t j
ftatf maii. -Mr. uiaj.ione s ! tter i
very happily followed by a timely poem
from Di-hop ("oxe wi "England and
In fiction ini iiumtx r is br'tl!iint. Ii.
It. It'iikmorc, thi ti'ithor of "Irna
loon" "Alice Ijrralne." ami "Hie
Maid of Sker. bogini a new novel, en.
titled "Eremi; or, My Father's sin."
Irj the current jitimN r of s "Womar.
I Inter" the re N an exr:et-diu.ly eiitert.Un
ing chapter touching upon the su!jct "f
woman's higbprftttention. Jli-sThack
eray's exciting story, "Peat FkM-"." i
eoucluded. TlKreatv also in tin- num
ber fjur rxeelicnt shoit ..toii...
The editor". eay chair discusses pol'ni-
ul ma-s ltieeting-i. new .papers and ora
tors, our trans-.ttlautic critics, and the
kitcaVa U stion. concluding wilh how.
nuggestive hints .-is to beefsteak and
spphvple. The otocr e-dit.nri.il depart
ni' nts are well 'ustained.
Mil. I.OIIMIXt KlltltXIX-
1 he returning board of Louisiana that
will in a few days corruptly destroy
the honest majority of the Democratic
party in that state, and give to Gov
Hayes the presidency, is the .same board
that w as guilty of outrageous dishonesty
in 1571 the same board that was con
demned by Mr. Foster, of Ohio, and Mr.
Wheeler, the latv Kepublican candidate
for the vice-presidency, 'lhe Foster
committee presented to the boute, with
it roport in Louisiana, a prc.rublu ond
resolution. Tiie preamble declared that
the frclect committee bad "unanimously
reported that the returning board of that
state, iu canvaingan J compiling the re
turns of the election of 17J, and in pro
mulgating the result, did wrongfully
apply an erroneous rule ef la w, by reason
whereof persons were awarded teats In
the house of representatives, to which
they were not entitled, and persons en
titled to seats were deprived of theui."
Iu the minority report of the commit.
tec, which did not dissent from the state
ments of this preamble, but took issue
ujKin tome of the statements of the ma
jority report, Hon. Win. A. Wheeler,
possible vice-president by action of the
returning board of Louisiana, made use of
the following language, which the New j
York llt.mli h-!? "now --ouiids pro-
liut the evil -'oes much further. Loon
the elections iu Louisiana, as in oilier j
ut--, deoettdi the ritfhx to thrar fit-at of
senators and rejreeniatives who arc to
aid in making laws for the w hole country.
anu me enoiee ot presidential ei-etor.
upon whose vet may depend the title of
the oflie-j of the president ot the I'nited
State him-i.-lf. .V party in tht United
Stitit cilt U tt tH'smit tt a result d-
cuitd ty fA roft o tfte tUtton tftottn by
tueh vutant. t.acti party will be likely to
credit charges of fraud and violente made
hgain-t its ow n cide. '1 here is, in our
judgment, the greatest danger that thee
demerit may enter Into the next na
tional election to o great an extent that
it mar leavn the real cxprewiou of the
fK-opie In doubt.
"Here," In the language of the Ihrall,
"the danger of the present ituation is
boldly sketched out. ' And now what
do the Hon. Wm. A. Wheeler propo-e
to do about It "
IUMll.LR Illl.UHIU If. LM.lt AM
It U said that Secretary Z. Chandler, i
prominent member of the president'!
cabinet, and the chairman of the Kepub
lican national committee, telegraphed to
Gov. .Stearns, of Florida, a follows:
"Florida imm bu made Kepublican.
Troop and money wiU be furnished."
We an; ot those who believe that Mr.
Chandler is- not m high-minded as to be-
above the meanness ol jKilitical chican
ery ; and, Indeed, we should not hesitate
to b lieve that lie would go out of bis
w ay somew hat to do a mean act in the
p iforiiiance of which his party might
benefitted ; but, really, we cannot be
lieve that Le sent the a'-ovc telegram to
Gov. r-r.ariH. Kaseally Mr. Chandler
may be ; foolish he is not suspected ol b
iiig. To believe that lie"wired"the above
words lu Florida is to believe him a
great fool as well as a great rascal a
rascal &o foolish that hi. foolultuesi ren
dcr. his rascality of no effect, ho foolish
a mau could uot liold a place In Presl
ucut Grant cabinet, tior could ho re
main at the head ot the national Kepub
Jicau comnutue eveulf he were doubly
the ra cal that lie is said to be. We have
no doubt that troops aud money will bo
used to pervert tho election returns ol
Florida aud give the vote of that province
j !, line., inn wr s o ieeeive III lif
KtlkaJs If ffT are oot tfto wis in Ibah
ballot -bf.x otjUagpr to tll tho w orld by
tilrph that thr r propo-e- to conimlttca
iitr. i.tr.t toiiit Asnnir. rort
iiclow we five the claims of the Re
publicans and Ie mocrat, and "thei real
situatioi," for which c are indebted to
the industrious and painstaking New
iork'ra. Tbese table will show
our Kepublican readers the great major
ity of the popular vote obtained ry Gov.
Tilden. and'may furnish tfcem w ilh food
lor such serious thought a w ill result in
their conversion to the belief that to count
the Democratic candidate out would be
a rime against the ieoplc and be a piece
of the most consummate political folly :
f t'K KtlTBtTCAV CLAIf-.
tirr mt mr. hi t.
Ba-xta I-Un 1
Tar. r..tf ; Titpi.t.
Si-IE... M.'-iri:-. 1
Arkar.ar .. )'.c
Conneeticui ....... M
In J Una :
KBtndty .... ;,"
Mifcissia-i , ,(
Nw Jsnssj- ll,i
Nw York js,'-
Norrh Carolina . .. u.oo
Tfia . 4(i
West Virginia 1 ',
T1IK I'r MOlKATIt; tl.AIM-.
A itaat ...i ", :o
-Arkanta,' o Ii
Connecticut ... . :i,
U'lawarr i.' t
Kiorida 1,J0 i
Georgia Ti,tu 11
lnjintn mi v,
Kectuck) 4 11
Louisiana -, h
MU-isaipii i','- s
Missouri fao l:.
'New Jersey s.wr -i
Nevr York ,'.'
North Carolina 3,o' 10
Texas -. . '.',"
Vircioia S'V0 11
Wet Virjriiia 17,"i 5
I'.fo' , M
.iaii-. Majurity. Vi...
CalifuioU 4,CO H
Ccloralo s 1 U
Illinois - in.eoo A
lows J,0"J II
Kan--ar Ji,0 0
Muine- is,0''i ;
MassschuseOs .ITX' 11
Mirh!an 'i,'i it
Miuoesots v . !-,
Nebraska s,'M $
Nero la - . I ,'' I
New H-tjjipshitc - i.owi
Ohio - - .V,'W il
Oregon l.w .1
Pennsylvania 1,'J"0 .S
Rhode Island - .VO 4
Venuoiit iJ' 5
Wiwnntia . :, lo
Total, -4".'S 14
I OB T1LOKW.
IlhoJe U:.n l
New Yotk -
North Carolina ..
Wt Virginia ...
...lsl TetUl .
DOCUIl I L STA1VS.
Total electoral vote ....
Necessary lo choice..
OUR WASHINGTON LETTER.
If Tiltfeu Is l.lorled, or If llne Is
buusira m aBinajin will uar
sail Happy StHII-Kaanlna; Talk
shout I lie ( ruleunlal.
Wasiunoiox, D. C, Nov. 11th, 1876.
(rrointhe BcLLtn'i special Curronlfnt.)
EVtltVBODY I AWak!,-
That in the event of Mr. TiMcti' flec
tion, no city will tie more directly In
fluenced thereby than Washington, the
seat of government and retreat of office
holders; but U is only a few who can
realize tho extent ol the change that
will be caud by such a turn la the ad
imulstration, Tho thousands of male
and female employes iu the various do
partmeuta who owe their kltuations to
political lnrliuuc will have to leave ; the
eay, indolent otMee-Iifc to which they
have become accustomed uius-t be discon
tinue! ; they w ill bo throw u oo their own
resource. Many of them have, in the
tint ! lj. !t'lo ii of itsnlliauel tenure of Ol-
flea, lnret-ted their tatoiogsln real estate,
for t hlch they hive rot folly pa'd too
msult Is that many of thcni will bave to
ell out at a facridco 1 1 order to obtain
. mouey enough to commence life aucw at
; some other placefor not one iu ten of
I the ex-derks will be able to make a lir
! t2 iu Washington w ithout government
: rap. The city however, w ill by no
j means b depopulated ; th places of
i tho w ho leave will speedily be tilled by
J tpplicauts tor ofTkx? under the new-ad-j
ministration, and their names arc keen .'
JnTSpectire of tV actual change in ti c
tni; cciu. wi.Min La..o
Will be one of uuuiiial interst. In the
event of Mr. Oaycs' election by a major
ity of one vote, it Is more than likely
that the returns from the disputed south
cro states will be looked Into by the
IcQiocralic house of representatives. It
is also expected that an important bill,
relating to future pixidcn'Jil elections,
will be introduced this Mason, providing
for Oic election of the president by the
total popular vote, instead of, as at pres
ent, the electoral votes of the states
Aside from these corgressioual events,
the social uiso w ill le one of surpa:s
ing brilliaiicv. No mat .er whether Mr,
Hayes or Mr. Tilden is elected, a large
number of offloc-see-kers under the new
regime will flock fo Washington, and vie
with the leaders ot the past tour years in
giving elegaut and costly entertainments,
for it cannot be supposed that those who
hare held the reini so long will give
them up without a struggle. A large
number of foreigners who have spent the
summer months at the centennial w ill
come to Washington for the w inter ; and
it has so long been the hoal that this
city i the Paris of America." that
j nothing will omitted to keep tip this j
AIROrv or THI CENT EN Me I.. !
Who ha thought of it lately? The I
litest accounts sfato that it wa c!o- d. as
w the Intention, on the evening ol No
vember Ii:h in tie1 presence of President
Grant and cabinet, and about l.'H.OOO vis
itors. Th ta-k ot the centennial com
mission i nearlv at an end. To the
credit of the gentlemen composing it Ik.
it said, that they have done honor to their
responsible po.itinu. In fmancLil re
spect?, the exhibition has be-en s0 far a
success, that the stockholder will p ceive
ab-nt !) p'r cent, . f lie ir eapit d in
vestetl, which w i. at the outset, ex
ported to he a dea l l;- ; and th'. result
is tine a much to tb g'Xid rn anagement
of the illrectors as to the general interest
inanirestcd in the exhibition, which lia
cau-ed so many thousand to iloek to the
brotherly-love . ity. This interest
continued until tho evenirg A
November Oth. win n everybody who
made a pretence cf being any
body, went home to vote. Philadelphia
wa in an uproar of exei'.ement, the noise
everywhere was tumultuous, and s0
your correspondent, who is naturally of
a quiet and rather nervous disposition,
packed up his traps a i 1 hied himself to
the national capital, where voters do not
congregate, and whisky is scarce. IIi
hope of a quiet election-day, however,
were disappointed, oi , i,nougri inac
tive iu determining the result, the
Washington public Is so immediate ly in
terested that, in short, slco was iirpot.
iible on election-night. 1
IN A not in it w ti.s
The result of the election shall !:avc bee 3
fully decided, and the disappointment ot
tbi defeated party will almost have
given plae to resignation. Two weeks
more-, aud congress will a-.-tmble. The
season will then be in full blaht, and
your correspondent shall endeavor with
fairness and impartiality, to give your
readers a correct idea of the "ins" an,i
outs"' of Washington life.
The Democrats Ask the Republi-
cans in new urieans 10 uon
sult With Them.
C'wiiie nol I.rt I'm Talk Toellirr
- - - -
Ni.w Oklkans, Nov. 11. The follow
iug exjilains itself, and theanswer will be
filed a oon as received, some of the
Republican, named bave not arrived
ax CLIVK niuNrn.
Ntw Orlkan-8, Nov. 11, lbTC To the
lions. Stanley Matthews, Ja. Gartield.
John A. Logan, Wm. D. Kelly, John A.
hLas-on, .1. Irvin Dilby, Jno. II, Stone.
berger, Wm. M. Evarts, E. W. Stough
ton, Jno. A. Dix and others : The un
dersigned urrived here yesterday. They
came in answer to a telegram from the
Hon. Abraham S. Hewitt, chairman of the
National Democratic committee, dated at
New York, Nov. 10, IslG, a follow,
The citizens of New Orleans urgently
request that a delegation of prominent
gentlemen come there at once to counsel
peace and a fair and honest return. You
are earnestly requested to be one of ten
or fifteen gentle uit n, all widely known,
to meet at the Louisiile Gait House,
Saturday evening, proceeding directly
south, or, more convenient, meeting at
th St. Charles hotel, on Monday morn
ing'. Your prompt acceptance, by tele
graph, is requested. This emergency
appeals to your patriotism.
THE IXPEKSIGNEI) ARK IMoliMl.I.
You have come here at tho request of
the preeldent ol the United States to see
that the board of canvasser make a fair
count ot the vote actually ca-t iu the late
canvass. You kraVe j0lir tupi(),t t0
sr. Hayes aud Wheeler as candi
dates lor president aud vieo-presldt ut,
and the undersigned gave their support
to Tilden and Hendricks for those ofllees.
They feel assured that all good citizens
of all parties regard an honest count and
truo return of the vote actually cast ol
greater moment than the success ol any
candidate for ortiev, aud are ready to do
all that honorable men should do to se
cure such return ol the vote cast ut tho
late iloetlou Ju tho bUte ot Louisiana,
which aekuim mora ibuu t Ver bHoro u
national Importance, and upon which, In
this crlsiSf may df ps nd th nry xit
ence of constitutional governor nt. The
in Virw or tnr rNnirrv nTii-rK-sirs
which have htretoloiv .ttisin from the
action of ilw rernlng thirds of the
state, when its action could not in any
event change the rtMi!t of a prr-ldt nti.d
election : and. In view ot tl.4 desire of all
good men that efbxt should be given
to the w ill of the majority as law lusly ex
pressed, respectfully ask v-u. or iueli of
you as arc present, to meet an I cotif'r
with the ni personally, or through com
mittees, as may be eleenied mot w isc. in
order that such iniluciae as we possess
may be exerted in behalf of such a can.
vass ol the votes actually cast as bv its
fairness and impartiality shall command
the respect and aefjuieseiiec ot the Ameri
can people of all parties. Yours re
Signed h M. Palmlk.
Lyman liumbull. Wm, 11. Morrison.
Illinois; SamtielJ. lUndall. A. .1. Curtin,
Wm. Kigler. Pennsylvania ; L. Me
Donald, Geo. W. .tuliap. Maltom D.
Man-ou. John Love. Liaiana : .'. I:. I'i
littlc, G. 11. 1?. Smith, Wj. cousin : Ily.
Watter-Oll. J. t . !eveli-oil. II. Me-
Henry, Kentucky ; UsWiiid Uituub rler.
New Vorkt.l. It. ."Stalin, Ohio ; L-'Vi.. V.
Kogj-, James t. Kroadhead. . (iibsou.
Missouri ; .lolm Lee- Carroll, Win. F.
Hamilton, Maryland; W. T. Snintn r,
- . . -
The Democrats of South Carolina
Go Into the Supreme Court.
Ami U lor a Writ ot J'rolubil Imi
and Mnintn mux.
l-JlCI ll t'ltlif Sit. I tillis K'. llll.i in.;
I n tiM i.sies. S. C. Nov 1 1. Hoard t.t
siaie e.mva-ers met this morning, and
theeh.uruiaii announced that hti had bet u
served witli i:o:ioe to appear in the su
preiiii court to answer l a
wi:ii en rr.omniTiox a.m mmai:is.
Tl.e t'oard adjounitHl till to-morrow
arid proei-edt d fo the ':rpr. nie court. The
lj'-et .f the writ Is to prevent the board
from acting judiciously on any qu.-.tion
before them and to compel them to e-r.
tify the vote as rei)orU"l to tln-m by he
county eomuii--ituers of election. Tin
writ, if granite), insures the election of
the Deuiocratie state ollicer and mem
bers of the legislature, and. as bo'iifVe.i.
ot ti e Democratic electors.
action or rur. si-i-bkm!-. orr.i.
The supreme court to day, after argu.
inent for and ng:tint the loard ef can
vassers, granted a ru!etohow-e.tu-e why
writs of mandamus and prohibition should
not issue as a-ked for by the Democratic
eourH'l. The rule Is returnable on Thur
lil.MOCllAIs 1101 I.KI. L.
lhe Democrats art; in high spirits. Met
confident that the-supreme court will at
the very bast prevent the board from
considering any protest.1 or cnnrtM af
fecting lhe presidential electors or gov
ernor or members of the legislature. In
this case the election of one Ix-niocraiic
elector is considered certain and ot the
whole seven hichly probable. Tildr n may
yet get b;s mis, iug vot-j from S-rrh Car
lina. action o; nii: noAiii) wah lt: e :i ,-t t
TrisrT. Peopl" are watching with inttr-.-sl tlie
action of the board of sla:e Ciuvassers
and the procewiing. ot the supreme court
w liieh begiiu to-day. '1 hee pro ediiigs
have their origin in a new-born confi
dence In the majority of that court,
which is composed ot ' l.iel Jotiie
Moses, father ot lhe l ire governor, As
sociate. Jtistiee llillard. a New Yorker,
and Justice Wright, a coal black i.egro.
Hillard sumls well and is h man ot ( ok-side-ruble
ability. Moses rind Wright
Ime generally gone together, aud tales ;
ot the way in which they have been cor
ruptly influenced are "as common as
black beavers. Indeed, one! of the imiht
serious charges made against (iov.
Chamberlain by hi Kepublican antago
nists prior to ids re-nomination gov
ernor, was that bo had made arrange
ments to bribe the chief-justice ; had re
ceived the consideration aud had
not paid the money. Judge Carpen
ter, one of the Republican circuit judges,
has) openly said that he ha seenl.l.am
ticrlain's letters w hich liv his culpability.
Whatever the case or causes, Mo.ms ami
Wright were iu bad oder, ond Moncs,
wh was a f titc senator lor many year
and was highly thought of before the
war, evidently made up his nun I to re
habilitate himself in public esteem. Some
yea- ao Wade Hampton re fused to rec
ognize Moses in the public street, he hav
ng accepted ollie-e under the Republi
cans, and they had not spoken until a few
weeks ago, when Hampton addressed a
Democratic mee ting at isutupti r. .Most s.
as he had been nominated, was ready Vt
flop. Hampton gave him the opportu
nity. A public reconciliation followed,
and from that moment Mo-e. has been a
staunch friend ot Hampton. Thus, like
wise, Mo.H-3. Jr., the ex-governor, has
been more vigorous than refined. Chit I
Justice Moses so became the pivotal point
lor the judicial "coup d'etat" bv which
alone the Democrats can secure i'.tir t.lav
in this .fate.
ills' XitlioiiHl Ih-iimm rrttlc ( uminiiicc
on lite Situation .
tSpevuilt-i lilts t. I.oui, ilijiuljlii um. )
Rooms National Di:.iot r me Cu.vi
MIT1EE, Nkw YoiiK. Nov. II, Midnight.
The sitiintioii to-night D practlcallv'uu
changed. no iil.isf.i;.
The inhices rectived by the liatioii.il
committee up to this hour show no
change in the Condition of things w hich
e-xi-ted yesterday iu all tin; threw south,
SOVIll t AllOl-lNA.
ll.unptou's inajoi ity I increasing. Ii
all the Democratic ele'etors in South Ciir
olina are not elected, which js prob.iblv,
some of tin m certainly are. 'l he Demo
cratic statu committee me showing a
firm, determined action,' basing ihciu
elves squarely ou the law. They have
advled the national committee that in
their application to the 6upremo court
of the state for a mandamus thev have all
the law on their side, und feel confident
ct success. They hope to confine the
state canvassing board simply to the ex
ercise ot ministerial functions and force
them to Issue a certillcates upon the
count made Ly the managers of elections.
T.01UIA AND LVISIAXA.
Advices from Florida and Louisiana
confirm all previous ones und induce the
belief that in the latter state certainly an
eflort will be mado under tho protection
of Sheridan and tho connlvaueo of tho
president to count in Hayes. It should
be homo In mind that whllo the Demo,
ciatle majority in Louisiana 1 about ,H0,
Two SiECs, SOc. and 31.00 Bottlcn, nt
hum Dompound ui ttm hi
For the Sure Curo of Chills, at
Holman's Fever and Ague and Liver Pad,
$2 00 Each.
ROGERS' FEVER AND AGUE PAD, $1 Each,
For Salo by
n Ancii atst nriOTiiii fus,
A FULL LINE OF
GLOBULES AND TINCTURES,
For Family Use, by thcSingle Vial or io complete sets. Wo have
neat cnscscontainiriKEiKhteeu of tho Principal HomoDpathic Remot
diofl. Plain Directions for their uao with every case Will bo Sen
by Mail on receipt of price, 81 50. For sale by
CD -?& Al. JXi 3
At Wholesale, at
ELAINE, the "Family Safe Guard," at BARCLAY
BROTHERS, has received the Centennial
WAX FLOWER MATERIALS, Moulding Tool-. Brush-. &c, tic,
A Full Lino nt
Washington Avenue Store-
The "La PICCADURA" or "BOSS" 5 ct. Cigar ,
. JTh: 19 the Oriirlal nn1 Trei- " Boas" CfHr
HAIiCLAY BBOT1IER3, SOW AGENTS.
Golden Lion and other Fine Colognes,
AT BARCLAY BROTHERS.
Choice Perfumery, Imported and American
in largo variety at BARCLAY BROTHERS.
A Full Line of Toilet Soaps,
Cheap at BARCLAY BROS.
For Plain and Fancy Writing Papers,
Not, letter, 'Foolacap . and farr Eelop. Ink Psti.t p.neil.f Ao., ,
i-owr mcea at UAKtLtY a Woaainnton Avenue btora-
Waukesha, Bethesda, Blue Lick and Saratoga
Slineral Water, at BARCLAY BROTHERS, Ohio Lavee
Cheap at BARCLAY BROS,
ltilher Store Be aurc to call cxamina and price before you Buy
White Lead, Linseed Oil, Turpentine,
Vamlahea all colcis, uud Puiatoia Mateilaia, at
BARCLAY BROS., Druggists,
74 Ohio Levee. Cairo. 111.
it would have been 12.000 or 1 .1,000 had
there been a fair election, and the suh
neetcd attempt to count out tho remaining
majority which the people ot that htato
have irreslstably recorded, ii all the more
lt:rOMENCY AMONO Ul .-dNK- lt.N.
A telling of despondency continue
here auioiig bu-inebs men ; business1 is
largely suspended. The outlook in
irloomy, but tho non-partisan determina
tion to resi-t any attempt a) lraud it to
subvert the cx messed will of the people
wilh ..pet dy and condign e'liiiileiiinatiou
if? clearly expressed and defined.
CI.Al.Mi uy THE IcatflCAL PUHSs.
'lhe Tlmm and Tri'mut till malutuiii
'.ht claim of lb5 votes fur Hayes put
forth by them at 8 o'clock on the. morn
ing nfier the election, hours and days be
fore any returns could be rect ived lioiu
either of the three stiites needed to estab
lish iheir claim, 'iheir jxrsiiteney Is
oniy louuuiiiiou lor Mount
existing in any mind Us to tho result iu
tho-e st:lt,.!. They, in common with the
Republican managers, h ive ub.indoned
all figures and simply claim it. Il is nut
probabh) that uny change in the tltua.
tion will Iw clleeted for several days.
When it does come I think it will elimi
nate Mil disquietude, and doubt il it Mill
exists in any mind.
l ATtll II! OM FLORIDA.
Later ndvlces ju.t received from
Kltu itl i, nt 1 a.m., state that nil the coun
ties but two have hem lieird from.
Iirew, tho governor elected, telegraphs
thnt our majority lit this moment is
1,1uj. (1. I'aseo, chairman, telegraphs
thai our former estimate' are lully mi
taiiicd. Always keep on baud, its delay in
creases sufl'et lng, If you have a cotiah or
cold ue Ir. Hull's comjli synip. It will
cure vou. IViee 23 cent,. (5iJ
Iu the Uistru t Court of the t'uileil statf-t, fur the
poulliiro Uiotrict of lilmnh, In bn?iLrt:itr.
In the nuttier of itichut-l ili.illji oo A lmanl
Notice id hen-by (riven thiit a i-titiun hualn
tiled in mi'l court lv euil ilicliat-l ileilbroo ale I
ltei-ar'l Weil of t jiio, in tlie couutv o! Alva
muter, in emU Uiolrict, duly du Urtsl liinkrnit
umlt-r Hie ael ol rougm. ol .xlarch -nil, li7,
for a ilinrliui'Ke ami t-t-riillCJtt) tiinvof. fruin ull
tlivir ilt-liit Biel oilier i-l. Iius irovull umlt-r uii
ai t, ri 1 Hint ilie duy ol ( loli, IsTii, at
eleven o'clock a. in , ia aasiirntxi f or Hit- litariii,
ofthcKtme by I lie aaiil court, m lie liiilnl
Matt-a l ourt loom in Hie city of iniiiLMttlU,
w lit n mi'l w litre all creditors of MtiU lu:nkni'.u
Bil l ull other persona in inU'tvsi, nmy uttt-nd ami
bow cmise, 'f liny iliev hav-, why the j.ni i r ol
wiel 1K.-IIIIOIH Bluiiil'l not be KraiUrd
iK. I'. HOWES'. Clerk
I.invar A Ijnlii, Httorneva lor ieiiiiom-rs.
laU-l siimikUcIU. 111. , S-it. Ii, A. 1. ISTii
SIXTII STREET. Between OHIO
LEVEE AND COMMERCIAL
Mnulcturtiahiaown Bpraa 8ho and
oa Aaaura Oood Work.
. PATRONAGE SOLICITED