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CAIRO ILLINOIS. FRIDAY NOVEMBER. 24, 187C.
The Opinion of Hon- Benjamin F.
Ik PmMrnl mt III Kl lb
(tiiaUoMl fiMitr of ,
(I'r miliV York Herald.)
Cthrral Prf-jamin F. Butler arrival In
this city ) st rlay fn lil wsy lo WmIi
injftoii. A unit ten o'clnt-k n ivprtwontn
tivi' it thu Herald f allal UiOn tiiot at lii
rooms at .tlut! Filth aTrriue lioul, aud
fHind him ti)fKl in r H'llnir the morn
injf journal, wlvu tlie folio w In i n p-
Mioii took pia'v :
i.eponer - are you going
riirniT xnnu than atiniirtciir
Ik'ik thI lintlcr 1o you incan in I. on
1'iana, Horl'Ja or Soutli f'arolinai 11
yon ito 1 am not. 1 have fut bwn iraJ
Int a letter tigiu'd by Mme very tnu:h
reiipfnftl frifiHls of mine Senator slif-r-mati,
Mr. CiarlWlJ, Mr. K-Jly. Mr.
Stoujfhton ami otlnT whir-H convlnv
iiki that I oueht not to po there it 1 had
any doubt atout it br-fore. 'l iicy make
it cntiretv ofrtaln tiiat tho r;turnlnjr
board of Louisiana hare crrtain judicial
lunrtionH to iKrtorm in rnnvasinf the ro
turns andadjudifatiiif; wln tlier there has
been traud, (ntimidatlon or violence used
to prevent a lair election In any of the
lariabes alter heryrinf evidence upon
these gubjecb". And then they nay
"Had a corresponding board in the Mate
of New Vork in teen authorized
to pas upon the fraudulent re
turn of vote? of the city of New York
that year, and a delegation of citi
zen of Louisiana, however renpeotable,
attempted to influence its Judicial action
upon the facta presented to It under the
law ot that state, such attempt would
have been universally couJemned" 1
agree with them in thin. It is conclusive.
The question return', then, what are
these gentlemen in Louisiana for? A
delegation of citizens ot other states,
however respectable" why do they
not allow Louisiana to manage her own
aOairs'r I thought I wax right when I
telegraphed that I would not go. I now
know I wiis. Rut thii is by no means
the DkOt curious part ol their letter.
They proceed to say as follows : "If the
duty ol the can racing board of Louisi
ana were merely ministerial or clerical, as
In the ea.se of any officer charged by the
law with the duty of verifying and de
claring the result of any election or In
vestigation with no discretion, as wben
the president of tha senate counU and de
clares the votes ol the electors of the sev
eral states In the election ol president and
vice-president under th constitution
ot the I'nited States, a different case
would be presented." Admitting for
the moment their assumption that the
president of the senate u to "count"
the electoral votes in tha pres
ence ol the two bouses, they make
the very signiticant admission that he is
a "ministerial or a clerical officer only ;"
that Is, that be has no other power than
simply count the votes that are certified
to him without any power to adjudicate
whether the certificates are genuine or
forged, or whether tlie votes have been
properly or improperly cast, so that if
the president know that an elector
hail voted lor a given man as president
tor a bribe paid in hand of many thou
sand dollars be would have no other
right or duty but to "count" his vote.
Taking their assumption also, and con
sidering that the Republican have the
president ol the senate, this is a most re-
inarkaoie giving up of power In the pres
ident ol the senate, and an invitation, a
it seems to me, to anybody to get elec
toral votes betoehitn of any sort.and they
wm ie available aua counted, i dv no
means agree that the president or the
senate has the counting of the votes.
The words of the constitution are :
"They (the certificate) shall be opened
by tlw president of the senate in the pres
ence of both houses, and the votes shall
tlien be counted. ' 11 the constitution
uieaut that the president of the senate
should count the votes, why, it was very
easy to say, "He shall oien the certifi
cates and count thu votes in the presence
ol both houses." The unilortu practice
of tb government has becu since its
tormatiuu that the votes should be
count edby tlie tellers appointed by both
lioutes. acting, oi course, as the
eyes and ears ol tbo two houses under
their inspection ; and thus we have a con
temporaneous construction ot this clause
ol the constitution by the Iramer, and
continuance ot acquiescence ever since by
all parties. There is but one Uictuiu
again-1 this that I know of, and this is by
Chancellor Kent, w ho, when speaking ot
the danger and possible troubles that
might uri.e under this constitutional pro
vision, says : ' I lie votes are to be
counted bv the president ot the senate, I
presume," but enters into no reasoning
upon the question, and evidently had not
given it a thought. Ot course, acting
under the constitutional provision. It the
president ot the senate has a right to
count the votes at all it raut be a prerog
ative or power given liiin by the consti
tution. Then fore, It is no answer to the
continuous use in counting the votes by
both to say that that was done under a
joint rule, because, if the president ol the
senate lias l lie power by the constitution,
no joint rule ol the two houses ought or
could deprive him ot it. In fact, that
joint rule T the two houses was only a
declaration of a convenient mode by those
bodies of doing the counting of the elec
toral votes, which they assumed the pre
rogative to uo.
Reporter Do you think, then, that the
two houses must agree on the votes be
fore they can be counted f
oenerai uuiier if any instrument sivs
that A and 11 are to do a thing for ex
ample, to make an award or enter a judg
mentcan a uo it witnout u or u do it
without A r 11 both houses are to count
bv the constitution, can one count with
out the otherr If so, which V If our lie
pnbllcan friends In Louisiana, In their let
ter, nail ciaimeu me rignr in me rresi
dent ot the Keuate to adjudicate as to the
propriety of rightfulness of the electoral
vote when they mado the claim that he
waa to count them J should have thought
it very significant ; out as iney nave in
aisled that he is merely a machine or clerk
to register what may be sent him 1 do not
think the Democratic party will be likely
to be much moved by their manifesto,
which certainly leaves the President ol
the Senate about at harmless a piece ol
clockwork as could well be Imagined. It
being hit only duty to tick out what Is
placed in the wheels. I believe that who
ever has the counting of the vote in the
last resort to determine an election lias a
right to scrutinize that vote, aseertaln Its
legality, Its fairness and truthfulness and
whether it represent s in the case of a vote
by proxy, as the electors are, the will of
the peoplo who are their constituents.
All that ot course cannot be done by the
l'rcsidcnt ol tlie nate, and then-fora
must be done by the two bouses. If it
can be done by the President ot the Sen
ate then the most alarming stride against
the rights of the people haa been taken
when the claim is made that the president
of the seriate is to count the votes. For
tunately, how 3ver, the claim thus made
by this very respectable body o repub
licans in Louisiana is entirely emascu
lutd by the concomitant asoerfkm that
the president ol the senate Is to be a sim
ple machine, ministerial ollioar or elrrk.
Ite-fortcr Vi ell, what is to be the out
come or all this if the houses do not
agree in the count of t he votes t
General Lutler I cannot for a moment
contemplate or entertain the idea that If
titer- is a fairly repressed majority of
the tote of the electoral college, properly
and Justly shown lor either ot the candi
dates, that cither house or senate wlU
factlously take any stop to prevent the
counting and declaration ot the votes in
favor of tlie persons so chosen. -The
people of this country would hurt to de
struction any party which should under
take so grfis an outrage. One vote ma
jority fairly thrown and properly
counted is as good as 1,000 under our
system of determining elections. I can
conceive ot no greater danger to our
frame of government, nay, to the very
government itself, than the Idea, if It be
entertained, that the will of the majority
maybe overcome by lorcc, or fraud, or
chicanery ot any sort.
.reporter Then you believe that if the
houses should divide on the counting of
the votes it would result in revolution t
General Butler No, I doubt that, but
it would in bankruptcy, national and pri
vate. Air, Belmont said, and probably
rightly enough, that the result ot an
election would not affect tha price of our
bonds in Europe. Ol course be meant a
fair election. But he has not given his
opinion what the eflect would be on our
bonds In Kurope of a non-election, leav
ing the country exposed to anarchy. In
deed, this is a matter ot very grave con
templation. The constitution has dis
closed a defect in our frame of the gov
eminent not well understood even by
ourselves, and one which probably never
came to the attention of any foreigner
who owns our bonds that i, the
possibility, and, perhaps, not dis
tant probability that the two bouses
might divide upon the counting ot the
votes, and tlie executive government
lapse tor wantot a constitutional provi
sion as to who shall be at its head after
the 4th of March, as the oresldent can
only hold over, if at all, by an assump
tion oi power, Decause ot the necess tv
of tlie case. It we ret into this dilemma.
not only the funding of our debt would
be stopped, but our bonds would be re
turned upon us by millions, because an
unknown and unforeseen danger is al
ways the most frightful and most fruitlul
in panic. The sagacious and patriotic
statesmen ol the country will pause and
reflect beiore they commit themselves
upon such a dangerous and unknown sea
ot polities and governmental action.
reporter ueueral, do you see any
way out of this i
General Butler It Is alwavs easier to
forsee danger or appreciate a difficulty
thau it is to find a remedy. It requires
in so grave a matter everything ot the
most careful investigation and thought
and the coolest reflection. 1, how
ever, rosy suggest, as a means ot
getting as near a regular government un
der our constitution as possible, to which
there Is no constitutional objection that I
know ot General Grant's calling a meet
ing of both houses of congress on tlie Uit
day of March to act upon and deal with
the problems that shall then be presented.
True, no president has ever called a meet
ing ot congress to be held in the term of
lu successor, although, as 1 have said,
there is nothing in the constitution in
habiting it that I am aware ol. The
reason why it has not been done Id that
no emergency like the present has ever
arisen to call for It, and that an outgoing
president would be naturally reluctant to
take any action which might embarrass
his successor, which is a sufficient cause
of a want of precedent. Both houses
of congress being In session some action
might be taken in which all would agree
to keep a government atloat until a sue
cessor to the president could be elected.
iteporter ft has Iteen suggested that
the president of the senate might act
after the 4th of March.
General Butler As he can only Bet in
case of a vacancy by death, resignation
or removal of a president, and as there
win be no dwath, resignation orrenuval
on the 4th day ol March, when the presi
dent goes out, I do not see how tlie presi-
ueni oi me senate couiu act at an. But
If President Grant should ruslgnon the
1st of March, and the president of the
senate should become acting president. I
mioK ins term would expiie with the
term of the president lor whom he was
At t tits point General Butler seemed
impatient to at'end to a pile of letters
and papers on his table, and to a large
crowd of callers who were waiting for
him, and the reporter left.
Mt. B. SMITH
Physician 6c Surgeon,
Oftif Id Winter's Work, enrncr rntli su4
CoiuiiM'i-ciitl Avrnue, (iilrinia on ervrntli).
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Wall Paper, Window OUst, Win
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Oerasr Sleveata Street aa WaafeUs
reiTT TKiiis tsKreiuc tuk rtM.ic. ,
DR. C. U?LANE'S
fjMll. rountenance is iale and
X leaden-coloied, w ith occaiuiul
flushes, or a circumscribed spot on
one or both checks; the eyei become
dull ; the pupils dilate ; an Azure st mi
t ircle runs along the lower eye lid;
the nose i irritated, swells, ami omc
t itiies bleeds ; a swelling of the upper
lip ; occasional headache, w ith hum
ming or ihrobLing of the eirs; an
unusual secretion of saliva; slimy or
furred tongue ; breath very foul, par
ticularly in the morning; appetite
variable, sometimes orations, w ith a
gnawing sensation of the stomach, at
others, entirely gone ; fleeting pains
in tlie stomach ; occasional nausei
and vomiting; violent pains through
out tlie abdomen; Ixwels irregular,
at timci costive ; stools slimy; not
linfrequvtitly tinged with 'Mood;
. belly swollen and hard ; urine tur
bid; respiration occasionally diffi
cult, and accompanied by hic otvh ;
couidi sonietimehdry and convulsive;
uneasy and disturbed sleep, with
grinding of the teeth; temper varia
ble, but generally in itable, cc.
Whenever the aliove symptoms
are found to exist,
DR. C. 1W LANE'S VERMIFUGE
Will certainly effect a cure.
IT D0E3 NOT CONTAIN MI.RCLRY
in any form ; it is an innocent prcpa
ra t ion, not capable of doing the siiytl
at injury la Ihe most tender infant.
The genuine Dr. MSLank's V:r
MIM.v.e bears the signatures of C.
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DR. C. M?LANE'S
Those rills are not recommended
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tlcsh is heir to," but in utTeetion of
the Liver, mid in till Bilious Com
plaints, Dyspepsia and 8iclt Head
ache, or disease of that character,
they stand without a rival.
A1 UK AND FEVER.
No better cathartic can lie used
preparatory to, or after taking qui
nine. As a timple purgative tbey are
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The genuine arc never mignr
Each box lias a red wax seal on
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M. Laxk's Live r riu.x.
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Hold by all resectable druggists
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Ibis vrcat Intcrnationil K.Libition. tie
tijiimil to roiume morale the one hundredth
aunlver.arjr of American IndPpea-lprire,
opened May lotti, and will tlow. .November
iin, is.ti. au tbo nations t the world
and all the slates nod Unitoricl of thsl'n
ioo are partiuipatinir n tiii wonderful de-mon-tration,
brinriuj t..f Iher the uiO'l
aomprebcn.lve collection 1 1 art treasure.
rnecbanical invention, ecieotiuc di.cover-
triaa, mauufacturiug atlilevrinent miner
al sperlrneiK, and afrricultural products
eicr exhibited. Ihe ground rtrvoied l
the exhibition are situated on the hoe ol
the l'cnnvlvanialiailroad and embrace Vn)
civ.vt riuruiuuni i im, au niguij ira
proved ana ornauiented, on wbivh art
erected the htrirest bulldiuirs ever construe
tedfive of tbe covpriiiK an area of till w
tu-f and ro.'.ln i.iMi.inxi. The total
number of btilldinj. erected f.r the pur-
po oi me exiiUilt:nn i near two hun
dred. During he thirt Ihv linmedfalt ly
following the opening of the evliiliition a
jniinon nn.i a qo tn r oi icnii vuitea it.
THE PENNSYLVANIA .RAILROAD
THE 0KEAT TKDKK tlXK
FAST MAIL ROUTE OF THE U. S.
Is the mos. direct: convenient and econom
ical way n restiinir J'uiiadelphla and this
great Exhibition irom all feetiont of Ihe
country. lt trsiim too aud from Pliilailel
phla will pa. throuft'ti a grand Centennial
depot, which the rompauy has erected at
the main entrance to tbe Kxhlbltiou
trround for tbe acconirnodstlon of nuvn.
gM who wl h to stop at or Htart from the
numerous large Hotels contiguous to this
itation abe tbe Lxhitiitton a convenience
ot the greate-t value to vtxitont, ami arlord
ed exclu.'.vely by U ivanwlvrnia Kail
oal, which is tbe only line running direct
o the Ceutenniiil bulldin;g. Ex-tuion
rain will alotop at the hucarupnientof
he 1'atrons of Hubaiidry, at Kim Station
on I hi road.
The Pennsylvania Railroad is the c-rnnd
est railway organization in tbe world, it
controls seven thoimnd miles of roadway,
foruilojr continuous linen to i-hlladclphia,
New vork, Kaltimnre, and waehington.over
which hi xtirioui day and night ear ore
run from Chicago, nt. Loul, Louisville. in
rinnati, Indianapolis, coluuibus, Toledo,
v ic i ciuuu null r.i le n nuoill ciiailge.
its main line is lutd wlte double and third
tracks ot heavy steel rail upon a deep beri
of broken stone ballast, and its brldh are
all of iron or htone. its paswengi-r train
are equipped with every kooivn improve
ment for cointort ami salcty.'audare run at
faxter neel for greater li"tanccH then tlie
trains of any line on the continent. Tbe
company mis largely increased it co,ulj
menl lor tedtennial travel, and will be pre
pared to build in it own thop, at t-bort
notice sufflelent to fullv accommodate any
auy extra demand. The unequalled re.
sources at the eommsnd of the company
ol the company guarantee the most periaet
accommodations lor nil it- )atrons during
the Centeunial Exhibition.
The naniticent wenery for which tbe
I'enD-ylvania Kailroad ic ao juxtly celebra
ted prpHenUi to the traveler over ifn perlcct
roadway an ever-hnniiiK panorma of
river mountain and Jundaciipe viewa line
jualed in America.
The eating "Utiom on this lino are tin-urpa-e.l.
MeU wii: be lurtit-hed at Miit
able bourt aud amide time alloned lor en
Excursion tickets, at reduceil rtei'. will
be sold at all the prlnci pul railroad ticket
offices ill thu V, Northwet and Nuth
lie sure that your ticket" leal via the
ireut Fetiuiy hams route to the Centeu
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atea in all their complicated forma. Il in well
kuown thnt I)r..fame ha4 utood at the head oi
the prolcft.ioQ for Ihe pant So vearo. Aa-e ami
exierieni-eaixall-iiiiiMrtunt. Nrinlnal Menu-
iieM, ti i nil C li.stc. ,y drnis pimple on the
face, lost manhood. cn niwitively be tureert
l4tdien wantinc the nioit ilelicate attention, cnll
or write. I'lrivaiit home for batienta. A Imok
for the million. Murrinpe Uuide, which tell
you all aland theoedihearea who ahould marry
--whr not M cent, to y pot-btKe. Ur. J.iue
has .XI room anil narlor. ou aee no one but
the doalur otlice hour, i a.m. In 7 p.m. -nn-lays,
1m to U. All buHirje.il alriilly rontlden
"n mm .tot,"
MADE ONLY HY
. W SIJI?IOS A MIX,
Oak Hall, Boston, Mass.
Il embrace nllllic lied nialities ofthe Kntrli.h
anil Krench nuita. and in naiticularlv adantol i
the requirement oi'ihe Ameriuin huntera. It ih
made from duck (dead irnun shade), wao-rprixd' t
by a lteut procens. aud nanicular aitrntion i.
K Hen to tlie riveiinjr of all the jacket corner,
and H-cnra fuitenlns of all the Uittton..
Price of the Suit complete, Including
Coat. Veat, Trouaera. Hat. or Can and
Kcnd Pototli order. f,ood .ent C O. f II"
prcl'irieil. lo tlie trade we make lilierai d i-
Id l ou Mn-t aKlii'M. NVal.t. Itrraat.
Iimide Heam ul'-leete. Inside Beam of tnnifera.
ie ol head Mention heiirht and weicht.
end lor circular. Aildres,
G. W. SIMMONS & SON,
Oak Hall, Boa ton, Maaa
Wind-Proof, Flannel Lined
Leather Te:ts and Mi.
- i.it.rn i wEiirr .vvr styi.mi
IN" .M'l. AKANCK.
Afiorillnu' an am iml of comfort and proie,'tiiui
licretoloredecuiir-i tinp-'SMhle eiiiepi in ennnec
tion withticavv, clutn-y iunivnn.
MAP B O.M.Y MY
G. W. SIMMONS & SON,
Imiortein .Of l.nxli h VUfer Oveicoal.
lleadinartcr t r Milit iry flood, and
We believe tliew are Ihe bent irole-,tor. iailit
bad weather ever d ied, and the rrry ftreat .ui -ce-
met with Uai inacoii hu led ns to inauulaf
Itirea larre stiM-k ior the preM nt ceatun. 'i lia
.rUe (reliicel i t c.-nt. irun la-t t-nr') ate
vrry readonabh'i 7 fur the vest, for tha jack,
el. If pieterreil, we Will iiuike to order, from
al..,. Ill' at lit) ..In. t.l-iaA. I... .if.llla.
Meumiren reihrfd are .-n rnj '1 tlici: Jlrrawl,
Vant, . Iniid'.- (cam oi itleei, . JUrntlou
Q. W. SIMMONS & SON, Oak Hall.
6l7:3CChrrlYitrt, St Louis, Mo.
' ratww rSaaa mw UtUnX rtlt. kaa ms N
utii is um f-ami r..ni i -i u Vaoaral, w wl
xuSChroiua) Dlaaaaaa Uiu asr Mkr rkFueualatM.
io.ia, a. oi if weimt, aaS all H iw laalaw, .
I ypttilaa, Qoaorraaa, Claat. S4nctae, Or
kifia, Haraia, ae Raptara. all Unaary Diiaaata
ana tvpkihtia e wtarcurial ffatias tfcw
tkrMt, akin oe baaaa. are. mataa w"'!?
I paematorriMaa, taaual Oabtllty aaaj Imaoi
aacy, iba raaau M latuaaa, la featk, a
U aiaiarar ,ra,ar Mate . aa4 aaxik aea.aaaM
c4 Uta blMUi aOaawi ar.iin.aa. a.aua.1 railartaaa,
axauir. aiua.M .1 tat. aatoUve aaviT. fmftm J
f huu, ka af aaiuu fomm, au.. r.a4w1a rsairlaa
lmpropr.r unliappT.w. iumiii oiu-. faayalaa
l- MMI I
iM, at-jur-a. Cwultatioa at aOa a a? auU
dm, aaiaiTiMS. a IrUuJl, wiaar n. one tea aaau avoau.
'a U la luooatuMal w .UU tii oujr k iraaiaMs,
im luiuiKi wa.r.douatMia Ul. truilllrui4,
kaiuaA.JL.i.f r.M. aVaWajra,!. M.kir.M.
I laajipkM. to any add, for Tw atsains.'
MANHOOD " "(3? lo'V'
Minbcd aad wcaaaoen aa ajarwan, m
tooather. l lulraUd. IS
MARRIAC2 1 &
im i CUIB2.
cOTIm ViSlrfui MkM, cm ab.ianailaaa.
Iba fcto.to auiMUi Waa aaaf afTT, "SJW;
mmnr. wM , '
frusar aa u aurrj.
...I i . . t, m an .Mm mt ..llli.rr aaa tittttt
Atimtm, lif--m4 Lrf it, 1 .mrtfr aataaa aJ wi aa
raral a.icooa.U aujUi aa M raa4 aaau Huh'
tnaa lockail up, a iaJ4 anauo. orK. I ." I t'e
f reradui. li vua'.iua taaaream
atuMLtaouaaii .ia.ri la aa own,'
uuuhmiu (ia U a eM.f V-
r JT" -Ut4. aair. ; t' o-- t .... .- r. -.. ir.;.
Meaaiaarauu. tfc-,' it ..-..- "-
ana arna. .ailaiii i.j.. -i.
6I7 St Chirit tmt, St. Lotitl, Mo,
DR. WHITTIER, 617 St Charles'
St, St Louis, Mo., treats all fonni of
Venereal Disease 1, Seminal Emissions sad
Sexual Debility, with unparalleled success.
No matter who failed, call or write I ptisv.
thlet or coraultatioii free. Can refer la
the medical erofession in all parts of tht
country. Medicines perfectly safe.
CtfiQnbii'l mafia lr srrrf agaat
iflW 5i7V rvery luontfe la lha hUMneaa
fural.k, bill thoae wilUuir lo work ran eauily
earn a donea tlollara a hv nithl in their own lo
callliaa. llafe uo room Ul expbaiu hera, huai
ne.a blwanl and honorable, Women. luy
and sirla 4o aa wH as Hutu. A' mill rurBiakt
..u a complete outiit fre. Tha buoineva tajr.
LeUcr than anything elan. Wa will baar
peiiaeul atartiuK you. PaKiculaJS tt. Wrila
udte. Kariuera and mechanic., tbalr aoaa
aud duualiWra, and ail ala.ara Ul naad mt payiaa
work at hoiue, ahould writ to na and learn ail
atxHit tha work as one. Now la lha lia
ltou't delay, Address TBI'S A ., Aunaa,