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buiues will tiit'l UiU I" W nti exec la nt
Inquire at the lift 1.1:1 in ellice. t Mr.
K. A. Uurnett.
O-t.20. ItTU. .leiiv ll.Oiticiv
majority in New Jit-i y i
Si.adk, the imMliuin, was ion ml guilty
t vagranc. lie has appealeil.
In the straight l M.il ieea the en r
pentlia turned up" again.
The yellow lever epidemic at Savan
nah, Georgia, ha b-eu declared at an
iSHKHiDi.v is In N'ew Orleans'
lie has j
hia pen ready to wrix! several banditti
Onk of the two negroes on the return
ing board of Louisiana, has been indicted
for a lelony.
"They will cheat us if they
fays Tilden. Well, they. dare,
will be cheated. And then ?
War will goon be waged In Europe,
and there may be a little difficulty also in
progress in this hemisphere betore many
Thk Democratic majority, in the next
house, will be about twenty. This is a
falling oft' lroni the present large major
ity, but it will be large enough for all
Btx Bctleu, in reply to a request to
visit New Orleans and witness the count
ing of the vote replied: "1 don't be
lieve northern men ought to go down and
interfere with the aflTairs.of Louisiaua, ex
cept, if necessary, with arms in their
hands."' The amiable gentleman believes
that he is safer in Massachusetts than on
the scene of his war exploits and tyran
nies. Tiik Democratic house voted to admit
Colorado. The admission of this terri
tory as a state added three to the elec
toral votes, If this addition had not been
made 1M would have letii a majority of
all the electors, and Tildeu's election
would have been secured by the vote he
now lias. But-Colorado was admitted,
ami there is a returning boar-1 in l.oui.-i-ftna.
These two facts throw the shadow
of uncertainty upon the Mii--es of I'm-lr
I Ma lison pari.-h, Louisiana, then?
are two IlepuMk-:ui taction which have
been bitterly lighting each other. After
the flection on the 7th one ol the fictions
t-'W the ballots and the other the boxes,
in no way can the vote ot this parish be
determined. The fault is not with the
Democrats, but (lie returning board will
proDably decide that a certain number of
vctes should have been ca-t in that par
Mi for Hayes and Packard, and count
them. This is the returning board',
way ot doing business.
Tilt outrages committed by the lie
publicans in Louisiana, are just coming
t light. On the :h three negroes were
arrested in West Feliciana, a parish of
that state, charged w ith the assassination
ol ( apt. West, who was the Democratic
candidate for sherifl of the parish and was
killed by ambushed persons two days be
fore the election. The negroes have con
f' scd, and assert that they were instiga
ted to it by E. L. Weber, of Bayou Sara,
llppublican candidate for senator. Weber
'has lortilicd bis boue, und has a com
pany oi eiguty negroes about him to re
sist arrest. A company ol L'nlted States
troops will be lurni-hed to secure the
Moody wretch, and aid in bringing kirn
to punishment. The evidence is conclu
sive. "IBH, Till. PROPHET AM A It-
On the 12th ol January, 1S75, Hon. Wil.
liaui M. EvarU delivered a speech in New
York, In which occurred the following
prophetic passage: "Suppose that this
intervention of military power to protect
the action of au independent state author
ity should happeu to be exerted in Lou
isiana or any one of the states for the pur
pose of taking out the majority of an elec
toral college when they were choosing
the president ; or oppose that if by tub.
vrting the tote of that itateoneinanthould
be ehoten intteud cf the other, uhj would
hace been chottnif thettate had toted uith
out btlng utlfl upon by that authority,
what hare you then but cUU wur engaging
cast pastiont und taut multitude of men
on tU yuettwu of a depute over the pied,
dtneyt 'Ah, you will never have that,'
you say, 'because we have that courage
and that common tense of American peo
ple which make fre government possi
ble and permanent and strong, ha any.
body take attep,' you will say, 'that tar.
panel tht fair I twite of political competi
tion and political agitation, and the preti
dtnt tcho take hit teat under tuch a title
vill Kan nothing but eunet and impi-iton-tnent,
and not the enjoyment of power,' J
-nb.nit it to you, fellouxitizent, that the
tnonunt that we eomplaceutly accept the
tide that profit ly tuch intervention, and
attaint that nothing but dituppulntinent ami
political ditgutt art on the t-ther tide, prln
eipUt art gone and the u-at, will be open at
iutt fur Murjxition."
n.M Kt. TltW T WIIH IITIir
DEM K. R A rw A II V A I II I SU .
In the belief that the Republicans In
tend to count Mr. Tilden out in Louisi
ana, Florid and South ' arolina, the
DeiiiocrVs are looking around lor straws
at which tin y ni.iv ead h in hope o I be
ing saved Itoui drowning in the flood ol
r.9dic:i! n t.lutinnary rascality.
One straw i tlii : In Wisconsin, it
was ascertained IhT'MV the election,
a emdidate lor elector on the llepubli
c:;u ticket w.is a po-tiua'tcr. Ihce.m
s:i!ulioii if the t'uited States provides,
that "no senator or representative, or
pi-r-on holding an office of trust or protit
mi lcr tlie I'nited States fh:tll be np-poiut'-d
an elector." When this
clause el the supreme law was
culled to the attention of the Republican
managers, they induced the postmaster
to get oil" the ticket, and nominated in his
I plac another person. The name of this
pfriii was put upon the Kcpubhean
ticket, and he was voted for by thcl'e
publicans of the state. But the election
blanks had been sent out to the ditlcrent
counties U lore this was done, and these
blank" coii'ained the name of the post
uiastir. In some d the counties this
fact was not observed, and the votes
given for the proper person were
tjilie.l opio-iio Die name of the post
master, who was n-jt a candidate. A
number of the election judges eertilied
that the postmaster had received votes
for elector, and these certificates have
been returned to the strife eanital. So
that, upon a count of the votes by the
proper officers. It will appear, that the
postmaster received a certain number ot
votes, and that the man who took his
place on the ticket received a cer
tain number of voles. This
division of Republican votes between two
Republicans, will, it is said, give to one
ot the Democratic electors a greater num
ber of votes, on the face ot the returns,
than either the postma-ter or the person
substituted for him on the Republican
ticket received, and consequently will
elect the Democrat. We believe there Is
nothing In this. Wisconsin voted for
Hayes, and the Democrats should not
take advantage of a mistake ot this kind
to elect Mr. Tilden. We know every
Republican will agree with us in this
noble assertion, but look at the rascals in
The other straws are these : In Vermont
one postmaster, and in Oregon two post
masters were elveted electors or, as the
constitution expresses it, were appointed
electors. These men it is said were disqual
ified by the constitution, and all the
votes cast for them must be consequently
thrown out just as votes cast for an
alien, or a minor, or a woman would be
thrown out. The constitution says:
"No person holding an office of trust or
protit under the United States, be
appointed an elector." The office
of postmaster is nn office of
trust and protit, and it is held under
the United States. Therefore, a postmas
ter cannot In; appointed au elector.
It one should lie appointed in the lace of
th's provision, what then? Clearly, the
appointment would be void the same as
if no appointment had been made
at all. Therefore, the Republicans
of Oregon und Vermont did not, in law,
appoint as many electors a they -hould
have appointed. An l lu re ames the
question, are there two vacancies in the
delegation of electors of Oregon and one
in the delegation of Vermont ? Certainly
there is not. The law is. that persons in
each state, equal to the w hole number of
senators and representatives to which the
state is enti led in congress, who are
qualilled to tie appointed as electors and
w ho receive tins greatest nuiulier ol votes
cast at "what is called the presidential
election, shall be the electors ot said
state, fu Vermont the Republicans
voted for a man not qualified
to be an elector, and ol course
the votes for him should not
be counted. Then it follows that
if some other qtialiticd man w as voted for
for elector at the same election, the votes
for him should be counted. In Vermont
the Democrats voted lor electors. All
of their candidates wer men qualilled to
be appointed electors. The votes Ifor
these men must be counted, and the one
receiving the highest vote among them,
he being the man who, with the Repub
licans qualified to be appointed, received
the greatest number of votes for electors,
must be declared duly appointed one of
the electors of Vermont. So also we
may argue reacting Oregon. But, it is
said, these postmasters hive resigned.
True, but the constitution says they were
disqualified for appointment, and we
do not believe that a man who the con
stitution says shall not be kppoiuted elec
tor, can be appointed, and then qualify
himself for acting as elector by removing
the disqualification that stood in the way
of his appointment.
We have no doubt this is a poiut well
made, and that the 'aw is with the lem
ocrats; but they should not take advan
tage of such mistakes as this to defeat the
undoubted will of the iK.-oj.le of Vermont
and Oregon. We imagine we hear the
Republicans applaud this patriotic senti
meiii, but look at the rascally business
they are applauding in Louisiana,
Florida and South Carolina !
Xr ltEAiri-THE LUI'lHl.tV 1
THO I II I.E.
From the New Orleans papers of the
Hth, wo learn that the prospect of an
Immediate solution of the Ijusiana mud
dle Un not Increased. "Both parties
now appear to anticipate a protracted
struggle," says the Timet, in which
every fact appertaining to the late can
vass will be develoi-ed. Representa
tives of the Democratic and Conservative
interests seem firm as ever, repudiating
everything which looks like compromise,
and insisting upou receiving the lull
fruiU of their victory. This fact, if noth
lug eUe, forces the Republicans either to
at one surrender or make a contest, and
it i Ulieved that the latter horn of the
dilemma lu beeu chosen."
We may therefore po.M-ss our oul
in patience, and not expect a settlement
of the now progres.i.ig difficulties dur
ing the next couple of weeks, an J i,t.
deed not for months to come. The rc
turning board will listen to a groat
amount of evidence produced before It by
the Republicans and Democrat, and
will, with becoming patience, submit to
the infliction of arguments by counsel.
Then, a in duly bound, and as the
board has already determined, enough
votes will lw thrown out to give the state
to Hayes. Upon this announcement, the
country will be Intensely agitated, and
congress will t ike up the troublesome
question. It is just possible that the
house will rcfun to go into Joint ses-iou
with the senate to hear the vote counted
and Hayes declared president. In this
way the time may pass until the 4th ol
March dawn, and the country will find
itself with no president and (Jen. ft rant,
under the title of acting preddeut, exer
cising llic pow ers of a military dictator.
Or the senate may proceed with the
counting ot the votes and declare Mr.
Hayes elected, while the house, having
declared the vote of the electors of
Louisiana and Florid; nj-xted, mny
elect Mr. Tilden. In fact, we are in the
presence of a great dinger. The 4th of
March may find us with no president or
too many presidents. Therefore it is the
duty ot all to "keep cool" of each to do
his best to allay excitement and cultivate
the determination to have peace.
rKiironi.il onnoi 4Tir "tit"
ft OR HIE IILI'I Kill A -Til.
There is more trouble ahead, and this
new trouble will greatly grieve the Re
publicans. .They hold that the returning
board of Louisiana, nnd the canvassing
boards ot Florida and South Carolina,
rhould refuse to give certificates ot elec
tion to the Democratic electors of those
states, because, as they assert, the elec
tors of those states were elected by Dem
ocratic frauds upon the ballot-box.
"Very well," says the Democratic gover
nor of California, "if that Is your irame.
I propose to play at it also. II Demo
cratic lrauds ought to keep the certifi
cates of election out of the hands of the
Democratic electors of Louisiana. Flor
ida and South Carolina, Republican
frauds ought to keep the certificate of
election out of the hands of the Republi
can electors ot this state. 1 have discov
ered enormous Republican lrauds in this
state. I have discovered that 2,.V)0 Dem
ocratic votes have been taken bodily out
of the ballot-boxes. If this had not been
done, the Democratic electors would
have been chosen. 1 will not therefore
give certificates of election to the Repub
lican electors of this state."
Our Republican friends declare that
this is outrageous. We agree with them;
but It is not more outrageous than the
act they propose to do In Louisiana and
Florida. It is "tit" for their "tat."
HELLOVU, NEWARK !
Gov. Kellogg, ot Louisiana, occupies a
very dangerous position at the present
moment. He is likely to be damned it
he docs and to be damned it he does not.
With the desire to cheat strong upon
him, the public agitation has filled him
with fear, and made him walk with care
ful feet and talk with a thoughtful
tongue. This apparent disposition ol
the "despot ol Louisiana" to deal fairly
with the Democrats, has aroused the
suspicion of his Radical friends, and has
induced not a few of them to resort to
threats against his person and even big
life. On Sunday morning last, the New
Orleans Rfpubltrnn, the Radical organ of
Louisiana, in a leading editorial article,
warned the governor "to bctvare.' The
meaning of this threat is unknown to the
Democrats, but it ha had a very depress
ing t fleet upon -his excellency,"
as it evidently so the New Orleans
Time says "implies a want of confi
dence In him by his party, in gome way
or other." This want ol confidence is
probably pretended, and ihe beware
threat made to hold him steadfast to the
villalaons wotk that ha been et for him
Xi C buniit; in the Uondllion of At.
Intra nt .w Orlrana latent trout
I lurldM nnd Noulti Carolina.
j ecii to the St. 1-ouU Time.
bllEIilDAS's MIl.ITAKY Msl'LAV. -
New Oi:lean9. N'gv 13. General
Sheridan and Ktaft" arrived this evening,
and immediately held a long consulta
tion with General Augur. It was subse
quently announced tnat the returning
board would meet to-morrow at the
state house, and the following disposi
tion was made of the United States
troops, making in all nearly Too men :
Two companies at the mechanics' lu-ti-tute,
which is situated within a square of
Kellogg's residence; six companies at
tho custom hou,. aud five companies on
Chartier street, behind tho state house.
Notwithstanding this display the city is
profoundly quiet. There is not tho
slightest lear ot disturbance. This mili
tary movement is intended to deceive'the
Senator Sherman aud Mr. Stoughton,
ol New York have just arrived. B.
THE RADICAL I'KOCEEDrKE.
The Philadelphia Tiu-tt correspondent,
accompaning the Pennsylvania peace
commissioners to New Orleans, sums up
tho situation as follow,:
Carelul Investigation has brought iuc
to the following conclusion with refer
ence to the situation in Louisiana :
1. That the state lias been carried by
the Democrats by a majority of not less
than 7,000 for Tilden and S,000 lor Nich
ols over Packard.
That these majorities would have
been twice as great but for the arbltary
acts of the election officers In New Or
leans and other parishes by which the
name of many Conservatives were
sti iekeu Irom the list of voters.
3. That in many case Republican of
ticeis of election proposely committed lr
regularise a a basis for the claim that
certain poll or white parishe should be
thrown out by the returning board In
ord; r to carry the state lor the Republi
can. L 'I hat in some parishe white ople
u.-el questionable aud in smiie cast
I clearly improper and illegal methods to
' keep colored voter fcway from tho poll
or make tlinii vote thelH mocratic ticket
I hear of no well-authenticated case ol vi
olence or intimidation, but llnd that ne
groes were in several parishes bribed to
vote lor Tilden and Nichols. There Is
reason to believe, but It Is not proved,
that in a few other cases threat of dis
charge from employment secured votes.
. The election was the most peaceable
one that ever took place in Louisiana.
fi. There i no apparent reason for the
presence of llic military In this city, it
i less excited to-day than cither Phila
delphia, New ork, or Cincinnati'
There are sixteen companies here, and
uniformed men throng the streets and
tho custom house is garrisoned and forti
fied, as if In expectation ol h seige.
7. The returning board will claim and
exercise the right to do with the returns
according to their own will, regarding
the perpetuation of the Republican ad
ministration as the end to be kept in
view. With tiiis idea they will throw
out Just as many parishes as may be mc
essary unless the people of the North
manifest in a positive manner their de
termination that such perversion of the
ballot-box sha'l not bo tolerated.
8, 1 am forced to tliu conclusion that
the military force is sent to Louisiana not
so much to secure a fair count as to up
hold Kellogg and his returning board in
whatever they may do. I have submit
ted the conclusions herein toGov.Curtin
aud Biclcr and Mr. Randall, the Penn
sylvania members of the Tilden commis
sion, and all gave them a hearty Indorse
HOW 1 11 E 11AMCAI. GAME WOIlKS.
The following dispatch is received
from the governor-elect of Florida:
Klla ii.i-e, Fla., Nov. 15. Two of the
remaining counties give us an increased
majority of 130 over la-t election. Our
majority from 3 o'cloX Tuesday night
to this moment is 1.103 positive. The
evidences of Radical lrauds in the south
are overwhelming and startling. In
Key West a large number ol negroes
voted w ho were imported for the pur
pose ftom Nassau. The evidence of this
fact is undisputed. In Archer precincT,
Alachua county, Florida, the actual vote
was l-wJ Republican, ami l.'W Democratic,
while the Radical officials report 3CH
Republican aud loG Democratic. The
tally-sheets were stolen.
Washington, Nov. 15. Governor Ir
win, ol California, has telegraphed here
that he cannot conscientiously certify to
the election returns from bis state on ac
count of the great frauds discovered by
him. He says that in the Custom House
District alone 2,300 Democratic votes
were abstracted from the ballot-boxes.
Fnough fraud has been discovered to
negative all Republican majority already
claimed. The loss ot a Republican Rejec
tor in Oregon makes a Iosj of three vote,
for Hayes, with two ineligible Rhetors
of Wisconsin ami Vermont. It's held by
good legal authority that these lo-ees do
not constitute legal vacancies and there
fore cannot be filled.
THE OREGON KEKCloi:.
Sax Fr.ANiTsco, Nov. 15. A dispatch
from Salem, Oregon, says : '-It is an
nounced by the Democrats here to-day,
that tho following programme will be
carried out in reference to the ca-c of .J.
W. Watts, Presidential Rlector on the
Republican ticket, who was postmaster
of La Favettc. The law of Oregon pro
vides that tho Secretary of State In the
presence of the Governor shall count the
votes and give to the person having the
highest number of votes a certificate of
election, giving the secretary no power
except to count the votes and issue the
certificates. But it bf asserted a writ will
be served on the Secretary, issued out of
the supreme court enjoining the issuance
t a certificate to Watts, aud giving it to
the highest elector on the Democratic
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For use in Summer and Winter.
Make clothe elcxn, fwt an-l very r. l.'o
WIIHOLI 11'JlLINUor M.-.VI.IHM,.
No Rough Hands 1
No Yellow Clothes !
No Wash Boiler!
No Steam in tho Ho uao
l.liaralitire-l iimler f -1 penalty not to In
jiire cloihes, uii-I sujicrior lor Tui!et uuj sLu
inir. rxjld at Mores, or a family package will
pent, express charges pn piu l. uti receipt i-r.e
dollar and fifty (tuts. Om i-eltabie i.ar
wanted at everv prominent point us aent. il.'i
whom a lils-i.il arrai gt-ment w ill U- ju.i e.
F. H. SIDDAXL,
l"o Market St.. I'liiU
blXTn STREET, Between OHIO
LEVEE AND COMfitEKCIAL
Manufactures hia ovm Horao Shooa and j
can Assure Oood Wor.
Dealer m Fresh Meats!
Between Waahinirton nd Comincraa
Avenues, adjoining Hanoy's.
KKKI'S for sale the lat Bef, fork, Mutton
Visil, IjiiiiI, SaiisaKC, 4c. an-t is i re
rJ u r families, in n anvntaiile m ie
I.Iitl 4K ItCALKHN.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
WiiulcesJe anil llctail l,!,r in
Foreign Domes tio
No. 60 Ohio Levee,
MESSHP. KUYTH A CO. have -yii.iUinily
a larye ahx k ot the Unt Rnol" in lUv iimr
ket, and (hve especial att'-tition to the luleea:
ranrh r I tin lusineut
PAI.T AS It Oll.h.
Di :kli r h lu
faints, Oils, Varnishes,
iryall Paper, Window QlaBa, Win
dow Shades, &o.
alwuy oa Uaud, the cUbrsWd ilhuiiinatiug
Ooiusr Elsvsnth Street and Washing
T-ao Sizc.i, r30e. and 81.00 Bottles, at
For tho Suro
Holman's Fever and Ague and Liver Pad,
ROGERS' FEVER AND AGUE PAD, $1 Each,
For Sulc by
GLOBULES AND TINCTURES,
For Family Use, by thoSinlo Vial or in complete sets. Wo have
mat cases containing tiRhtecn ot tho Principal llomcopathic Rcraet
dies. Flam Directions lor their use with every case. Will be Sen
by io-ail cn receipt of price, 50. For sale by
j m Mj st :m.
At Wholesale, u
imtiwi i icwivcu ine uenicnniai
WAX FLOWER MATERIALS, Moulding Tools Brushes, &c , ic,
A Full Lino at
! The "La PICCADURA"
jia is inf vrij .al an.I Tjue "linn" CiHr.
BARCLAY BROTHERS, SOLE AGENTS.
Golden Lion and other Fine Colognes.
AT BARCLAY BROTHERS.
Choice Perfumery, Imported and American
in largo variety at BARCLAY EROTIIERS.
A Full Line of Toilet Soaps,
Cheap at BARCLAY BROS.
For Plain and Fancy Writing Papers,
Note, Letter, Foolat.ap and Ttral Cap. Envelops, Ink. Pons. Pencils &C ice
Low Prices at BAKCLCY'S Wasuineton Avouue More. '
Waukesha, Bethesda, Blue Lick and Saratoga
Mineral Waters, at BARCLAY BROTHERS, Ohio Levee
Cheap at BARCLAY BROS,
Either Stora Be sure to ca.l examine and pric before you Buy.
White Lead, Linseed Oil, Turpentine,
Varnishes all colors and Paintors Matorluls, ot
BARCLAY BROS., Druggists,
. 74 Ohio Levee. Cairo. 111.
psii SSS.ISH . ssi.ssstssssssssn i in.-
d Malaria Eiiig,
Curo of Chills, at
Avc - r.ue Store-
or "BOSS" 5 ct Cigar ,