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dTBtrs S. OBERLY, Editor.
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neti.andlhcrt lore ofTr the whole Dvilk
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type; building, nml ;wJ will of th
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paper ami Job printing estanlisl.tnent Is
the best appointed. cut in SouUrrn lUi
tiois, and Is a mon y-maMrg" concern.
Any one who wlshes,.W cnjfs;'- ui. the
business will tin 1 this to be un e xcdl.tfit
Inqtlre at the RrtLtTt offie of Mr.
E. A. Durnrtt.
Oct. 20, 1S78. Jon H. Onvr.t.v
O.t tho first W edncsday in P"CvniU-r
the presidential electors mint meet in
each state and vote by ballot, fso the
ajouy cannot le much lonjrer endured.
The DamocraU of Ohio h.ve had a
conference and have resolved I'pon the
polltied situation. We publish b report
ofthj; proceedings of the conference In
O.v the 2 th ltir., a nrjrro man attacked
a white man, name I riouchen, at Jle
tropins, Mjac ounty, and wis killed.
H taaiiui citt!t3 neurit's jjj.il.tr win
wKh a pen knife.
!r Hayes shall be counted in by fraud,
there will be such a tidal wave in as
never overwhelms! the republican party
before; and In 1S?0 lh re will be an ava
lanche of votes that will bury it out of
"SoTntsM cmli'Jfi in accord nee
wit i the nature of our government or the
disposition ot our peoj)li; than a frequent
or a ready resort to military ai-J in ete.
cution of tlie duties couidud to civil otti-
CUM." llOX. Wjl. W. F.VlRU.
A delegation' of negroes from one rf
the fo-t&ilt-i bulidovd pnri.-hes of Lo:i-i-i.iii
jijifw-nreil U-fure 1 1 i ; r.or'Je rn lle
puhliftiiiS now :;t S'v Orleai.S and told
thflO how ltv pari-ii whs n t bull
dozed bv the P'jliitKTats how ihty had
voted the Democratic ticket, l ow they
liki-J t so. and how the southern
while Repubticfins wtre li r Biid c1i-h!-crs.
The northern Kcpubltcun opexi'-d
tlicir eye and b li'.ved.
Mr. K.soy. ot Iowa, says: ' I hit
Louisiana convinc1.' J that j j?tiee and the
law would ive tha t;tts to Hayes. If j
t!ie true rt cm b obtal'it J. and frauds
WKhdcut. I'io'ida o . lT Hayes."
Kxtc'Jr. Jut .o-. fir ihf Uw, as the ra
cahy n'tui i.ing board of Louisiana uttdrr
atand iheni, will Ive the pta'.e to Hayes,
ba .not the votts h-a'.ly cast and in the
lioxes; and, it tj jv. isuarns. a rry cor-
upt man bad fru htd lo f-ot van
otrty r't at tin; returns and thrsw our
J reinoeralic counties upon the ex wo that
fraud f.revaihd at the ehctlon in iheiu,
(a'l ol tvhich eleciioni were controlled by
K puhlieati election olllcer). Florida
will also be given to the Ili-pu'jliarj ean
di date for the prtVulet.ey.
The New Vork Tuna' London corre-
pondenr, jeakiitjr about the author ot
Adam J3.mIi', Datikl Dtrondit, etc., eas:
George Kiiot, as everybody knows, was
the tiQin de pttivit of Mi&i van, who
coinmeneetl hi-r eureer as an author In
Blaclwiod's Sligazin. Daring her early
life he mtdethe acquaiuUiutof a heavy,
critical philosopher. Mr. I-wes. a writer
In Tte Sultu-d&ii, Fvi-tnigM Jitidew. and
other hib-elasi periodicals. They dis
eovered plarrmlc aflection for each
ofher,-and afer a time were married.
Ever sinc this partnership, Mr."Lewti
has guliltal, mora or leas, the pen which
wrote 'Adam B-dV and his thought;
were easily discernible lit Middleinarth.'
On the eve ot the publication ol that no
table wwrk he reviewed it itl tht Satur
day and Fortnightly (aiiwiiy moutdy, ol
courst-, and pronounced it to be a
splendid effrt of jfeiilus. In literary eo
clety ho now proclaims himlt the Joint
author of Daniel Dt-roiKht.' He wrot
tvery liuu of tho chapU r whieli deseribt a
thedicuion at the eluii to which 31 or
decal iulrodueed D tiiit l."
Ian nr.ttrBLicAX vikwn or it.
On the Ulu ol January, 157 IVetldent
Grant tran.iiiliteU to congress ,1 ii.ttk.ge
on the Louisiana outrage
I On th iih, two day after, Coerr(
maii Gv. F. Hoar 6ubuiiu-d a rt port on
(lie "uiiH' sat) iifftlr :
ma con mrrK.
Without v rrl't-
ring tuuUK I tslwers.
w r ukal rkiued lu
fircUr ttul ims iK'UuU
( b Kcinrnhijf B urt,
us tbr wn 4c, wxm krlt.
Irnry U' Js-l ud lu ur
Ufjiulunnl T'l;4ii lh.it
t i nr Mrmry a J-.i -.t.
aii'li.r( I ntli'.n .liir
jnr.mi J the tlurx by
Ui Hjar'l of nujurity
til c-jii.-i tiit-v uiriii-
11 Ul IbTlwMW twStx.
t bat u eviitenM
Ill4l lti irouKdiu "I
ItllS llli W(l H.H IU
Mccor !i.c llli I he Uw
i u u r uisii ihrj nit l
W i utir iu rc u tirjt
f ri m tiwir cuuat ccrutiu
reiuru-, i'it were r K'u
urwi.i g, u aqamii'iii
ta I d utis utM'i the
el noe .iHy hl Ue
luic I n ; but it i very
clear mt Ita.- 'w
tt.nu lur i r il lu. )
vti.iuc iu , xr. i v it. ul
lec4 u4 I (ml w yi bikI
luul.. lv i lie .fum
b-iu 0y inurit iu
tlei'irl arc entiUnl t
O.e oiUa I . r iui
1 he one Is the view of The decent, Im
partial RipubKcati ; the oti.er Is theii-w
of the partisan executive U-ut on deft nd.
Jllg hit OWtl ll.dctensibW d.td.
i're.ideiil Grant did not ak Mr. Geo.
F. Hoar to ? to Louisiana.
Tiir. TrT.iAi i nr. nrntR
llllAb-AHUI r Htl.l.Ot.C
In standing up now lor the Louisiana
returning hoard, most of the Republican
paper throughout the country are com
pelled to give the lie to every thing ihey
have said lu past years. And colt still
be in congress, If the IOuiilana returning
board alsould count the state agalnat Til
den. Ther are report nj reports,
preeha and ipecehe on tl reeordt ot
rongtpl,hOWlof ;l haUitllf td fraud
In LouliUu Ct! ClXUiietr t9 tt 01
projected. For Instance, here Is ao I
ox'r( tfrcm Geo. F. Ho.ir'a report -to
cotijres. submitted T.n. 15. 1373, tKo
iliiy? alter Pn-sident OrH'it's peci.d im
sasre on IiOuiiHiii Iruin which an extnet
b B-iiir on the amc joiiit Is also ;iren :
ttfttis ftf-p c T t ou
luaim, th-rs n iiur
rinu io oltl'-v tmeses
Ins ft t to tf-i fn errr
tnev of trt i::uiniiJ
! h Iwn bittrly
boM )r,l-iintly llfn-t
thnt Kr;l f if ut
Htclc.l. Vhfthcr lit
u. a. nnt l . r I aim.
.: waicB l-anvewe if"""' c nain, nor is
n;r niM ii- . n hi cnmnrtit'.r, Alri-n-t.i
nr nrfnurnniwt or' rry ohi-rn Th
hM5t!Ts I m.aV'.'rVU der.c of Democratic n.anlfulatlon In the
ttioft s-t-'y a theit-1 r. :mi ie tvn rn ttt iu j ft that th tUdical supreme court said
uul;.wS:n:a' aHjtlKit the" Vote leHlly cat must be
h !.ti.-li!ur-, . ow ;-!t. ec. ni lo n.'T enunfedf Tills Is wlut the Jj' nial sitrs:
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vt ( r ...... 1
rli fr. nj 1 1 i
t 14 41 I k
utoir in ins or.ni:?!l . ,
iRtit cutU.et in j
IKrr iy f.iuuir la- I
te-it'rncrvt It nliua j
A fVtrr -DM:111, nit i
whtrh nmj-Ttty ilT.veJ 1
lit i Hr, lift Trim wj
U triU rritiiT!m ! !
the tacts, but frutn the
rtrnlicU- ol llria-o-inti
tin rl wliirh ba
lin-tiirnivnl unit H I
rw li J id aulhunrj.
I'.o hoftLe'e statements are made by
JU pu'.'licaiis in good party standing. We
l.-iive our renh n to judge which l9 the
tnith, and which is the oth. r thing.
ov. sri'ARvs nr i timtat-tui!
Hl A lit.!'.
Florldn. my Florida, l In a bad box -a
vc-rv bad box. She Is like I he man who
In going down Irom rus'ilem to Jericho
fi ll am ng thieves. She Is th victim of
tiih-visUnc. an I the rascals robbing her
a-e Uehr.al politicians, the nu n who are
now tiig.igi'd in wipinsr out thu majority
c ist by ln?r r-'oole for Gov. Til l'T! at tho
late presidential e'tt'tion.
Take, lor intaiice. two ot tho leading
fli dieais ot Florida Gov. fU;artii and
Hon. Win. J. ruiuiHtu Last spring,
while one ol th'' committees of the Dem
ocratic hoiHe ot reprt- ntativesat Wash
hizton wa Investigating the thievery ol
the navy tteparim -tit. it came out In evi
dence that Hon. Wui. J. Furman, a Re
publican member of the house from Flo
rida, h i 1 leeii guilty V)f selling cadet
ships. In some way Gov. Stearns bt
came involved m the charge. Mr. Pur
man rot to a personal explanation, and
denounced Gov. Stearns ns a man of no
reputable association, wlilious sagacity
ir knowledge, wi'.h ito accomplishment
ot person "r mind, and with no t'xe I
principh s exept tho-e ot kvarice and
stupidity, 'it was ll known and fu'-:atitijtcd.'"--f
Xf l.-iiirii d lr. I'nrman In a
burst oT virtuous indignation, "(iiat u hile
this mw acting governor wm agent of
tin? Free damn's Uureau In the state he
tmnrfled th' frtcdmen cvt of q'ittntt'.its cf
frr.rxti-ji vrhith the jowuft' ehaiita')!
e'jnirlb'ttl it those tintrttle'l dy to htrp
from i'.crritt ." the tk'n newly-fried jeo
p'r, a po-H it or quantify if clirh he f''on
tvnt to tine to'i fjr mwj to the pl';ntrr$,.
that thfi'iiHy ici-tl.i'j b.'fh a benefi'
een gjrernm'nt and ih' dtt'rcwj un I uj'
finny ofycti of thu briefi'.c'tt kinntn).
Tliis is the picture of siLenru p-dnted
by Punnan, who has tnen re-td-cteil to
congress by his party. It Is a true pic
ture by a g;.od artist of iniquity, an artist
who knowing what Radical iniijnity Is
Can paint it with a Very skillful brudi.
But worse remains behind.
In 172 the m-ajorlty cf the senate and
house of representatives hung upon the
result of the election in Columbia count-.
If the county should be counted tor the
Democrat the legislature would have a
Democratic maj-i.-ity ; if tor the Republi
cans, it would have a Republican ma
jority. It had given a Ifc'inoeratlc ma
jority. There was no doubt ol that, and
the question was: "How shall the Dem
ocratic be replaced by a Republican ma
jority?'' The county Judge would not
consent to be tho instrument by which
tliis proposed rascality idionld be perpe
trated; and, to avoid the duty of tan
vasilng the vote, he. l.fl tho county.
The canvassing, then devolved upon the
cierk ol the court, the herln m l a Iur-
J flee of the peace to te felecfrd by them.
i n cierK" named a reputaoio lusiiee.
The sheriff obj'-eteil, and named a justice
who was notorious a a bad man and
dishonest pnrtii-un. Not U-ing able to
agree, the clerk and fcln'riff agreed to let
the matter go over until the r.ext morn
ing. The sheriffimrnetltately telegraphed
to Gov. S"earn, who at once re
move 1 by tetegr tpli every justice in the
county except the one that had been
nominated hy tho sheriff. The clerk
then refused t act. and was arrested by
a United States marhid. The theilfT
and the Justice proceeded to canvass the
vote. Of course they counted in the
Radiodsund gave the legislature to the
And this Steams Is the man who Is to
Cinvass the votes, wine out the nisorly
for Tilden, ai d give the electoral votes ol
Florida to Have!
. J lie cnic.if t. ct'uug Journal It a
gorwoldsonl;i not iu itarhage so weak
nun led Ht leaxt that It does not know H
from bull a foot." The other day It said
the supreme court ol Kontlt Carolina
Iris dec ided that the state canvassing
laatrd must declare the vote on senators
and representatives In the legislature ac
cording to the face ol Ihe returns sent In
from the counties. This gives t)ie Dem
oerat one iimjorlty on Joint bailor, and
Inasmuch r.s the legislature will have su
pervision of the final canvass of the vote
for governor and presidential electors
there Is refwort for apprehension on the
part ol the Republicans. It looks Verv
much a if the supreme court were under
Consider this f.r a moment. Every
county In the state w In the hand ol
the Republican election officer. The
Democrats had nothing to do with the
poll, or the returns. At all the poll
were L nifed h'atc marshals and soldier,
Under these circumstances the people of
South larollna voted. Tho return, ol
tho election were made up by Repnbll
can election officer, end returned bv
thetn to the state cat.va.-lng board. Tin
board, tlw majority ol In member being
candidates at the election tha returns ot
which they jser to canvass, knowing
tut tie boxci eokta'nej toajorir
vnougfc Democratic vote? to setjnrt ,the
election of the ticket or) wWch the a
Jority -of. Its members ; weta' fcandi
dates. Then, " upotl rrqueV, the
supreme court, compos'-d of three
liepuUieans sleppw in nd mW t 'HT
duties are niliiistj rial, uot judicial. There
fons you must deolaiv tlw Tot for each
candidate votl toe tt the late election
according to fc of tlin rtturn. ni
sent !il Irom the couiitles." t Was there
ariy'tUne wranir tn this? Was there evi-
ami the boafu. ia utter disregard of the
order ol the court, threw out two lMno"
cratlc rormtfcs and declared the Hayes
elertors and ail the 'Radical ticket cWtetl ;
and then Its tnt tubers fled to Washing
ton to get under the proteetltig w ing of
President Gnnt: A greater outrage
was never loinmittrj. The usurpation
of power in Louisiana by Kellogg in 1571
was not as ahameful not as wicked.
. .4. - t
MKTiioroLis. Nov.!;, 1S78.
Ed VC'tttTis: On Mond.tj ,' thu inh
lnt., a cobr .d pitriot, named I-aac Wyatt,
went ltttbe gruory tore of James Stat-
1 cop and sua. kc 1 ona J ho Hou hen, a
white mn who U tlrawiog a jainfion frcm
g vrom' nt In conquerce of di-atdli ltu
rcc.-ivtd In the lat war. But tbl white
sansloned told'e" d.rp to vote the Demo,
crat e tkktt. which eeros to ve given
offense to thU colored patriv Oa ap
proacftlng liouch n. Wyatt ckaigtd h m
with bttug a rctie 1 s n of a b h. llouchen
tod W)a'.ttogo y .'rem him. thu he
was drunk. s yatt commeBce J t tkinjj
a dkltkln him, and dually tok hunt,
the taruat fcnd wi choking him when
Ilouehen drew a pocket krife nd MabtM d
hia In tha neck cutth g t'.e JuggU- Vila,
fro-n whic'i Wyatt died on the tnoruiaso:
the vl-tin t.
We, tin nooi citizen of Metr'p I.,
ther fjre ak that President Grant s-id
tr Mips lo Metropolis. Jusi th Qk that this
wliite pen-loned unl n soldier wouldn't
hold still aim be i h Ve I to death by tliia
drunken ne ! II w .'un our mm i.i n ty
l-etr su-h outrides! Negroes oi gM to I e
lowed to get drunk a U kick id cuff
white i inocratsloutwtiho'J reretitraet.t,
at J we pronounce any person of euitrar)
pinion a ret. el and tr ittor. PiTHior.
The South Carolina Supreme Court
AKO DIBZCT THE CAVA8SIK0 BDAiP
1J BKASSIMBLE AT ONCE,
Bnt Some ef tha Kcmhert Have Sailgaed
asl Others Lift tb Statt,
Tiir. n.oRini n Msit s xn tx-
Jl'SCTtM UAst CS8IOCRKD.
The Lnitlslaoa Returning Roar,! aoi
SCohl Fltfhl bv f'annvel tar the p,m
rPV.TTST FOSUI! CANVAsKri' OfTRSCK.
Nr.w York. Nov. 23. A Columbia dis-
patch to the Herald says the action of the
canvassing board is lmed npon the vx
which n quires the cunvas of the-vote to
be jm rtortued in teu days, which time ex
pired at li o'clock.
The same dispatch gives the following
action of the board jietoro adjourning :
On the question as lo whether the state
ment of the county canvassers of Lau-
rii.s county shotiM ta; included in tne
statement and deierminatlonof the board,
the vote wa : Yeas, 2: t!ay, 3.
Those voting negative were tha adju
tant and iiiepectur-gcneral. Comptroller
Grovel.tud end -the stttte treasurer.
I'hose voting In the affirmative were the
secretary of ttat and the attoriiey-gen-
On the same qucMion as to thu county
of Edgeikltl all rt the members of the
Itoanl voted for it, exclusion except the
secretary of state.
a RADICAL BEl'ORT.
The Columbia tllpatch says the
court ai)ouned to Friday to hear the ar
gument for and agalust tho new manda
mus prayed tor by the Democratic coun
sel In reference to tho returns for presi
In the meantime the hoard of Canva
en, wtio Held tne r ee.sion at trie eiei oi
iheopitol, had taken the action which
will greatly aimplify, If it does not reu-
der unnecessary, any further proceeding
fa-fore thu court In reference to their
power and duties.
Tho law of South Carolina, as inter
preted by thu board and always acted
upon her.'totore, requires the board to
complete their work, as state canvassers,
within ten days from the time they com
mence their seslon, Sundays excepted.
The time expired at noon to-day. There
Is a difference of opinion among lawyers
as lo thu true Interpretation ot the stat
ute, but at all events there U no law and
has been uo order ot the court requiring
them to sit longer than the ft n days they
have been accustomed to sit. The board
therefore completed It work and ad
journed sins die at the expiration ot tlut
lime and 1 no looger to existence.
Iftt BOARD REABiiJ. ,
The hoard gives a reusona for their
adjournment tt dii. first, that Ihe stat
ute, as they Interpreted It, required them
to do ; and second, If they had not done
It Democrats hereafter claim" that they
have no power to lssu ceriiSeafis, be
cause the time for them to da it has ex
pired. In other words It was done- to
prevent Ihe possibility of - Democrat!
ifttlnlng an advantage hereafter un the
pretense that the board. hid not com
piled with law. .
x WMif, wTf cnaxglirut!'.
Tbe wvw'f correspondent at ttluin.
agaiust the, CQncluiJtjJ to' throw out
ola Interviewed Oov.CjrBbnlala yes
leTdayTNipon ttfc action of the board oi
canvassers and the supreme court. "The
fcos-ernor sustains the action of the board
ufti sayj tiiat under the law, which is
mandatoty. It could do willing else
bnt adjourn. The lav tayi ttat It shall
sit teu days. The board organ ted on
Friday, the 10th, at 12 t., and omitting
Suudaya, ten d U V htul exfkej at 12 m.,
totlay. . .. . - - e ' ' " "
wmr is the ffftcr. - -
WhenaXed what would bathe, iffect
ot the action of the boird th governor
said he Was not, cert u;u, but th ought K
might bo thi opening act in a larg
tlnma, In whkh tha whole liRLion utf ht
be called upon lo tuks a part. .
When asked his opinion of thrt su
preme court's action the governor said
ha would not question its motives aad
would only say they had acted In a fee-1
bio and tampering manner. If it had
made a restralnlsg ordtr In the flr.n
place, nuch action as the board lutd j
taken to-d ay would clearly place metE
bt r in contempt
United State Judge Bond Is he-re, but
for naught 1 suppose. I don't know but 1
that it Is the ititen'lon of the Republi
can to carry the matter to
mz rEPEnai. cocnts
But it It my impression that, aiy cltdies
of the board affecting the election of
members of congress or preitieiifi.l elec
tors might be taken up by the United
States courts. Il the state supreme
court should take any action hereafter
that would aff -ct, or threaten toalleet,
piesidcLtial electors or members of con
gress, I think It likely that tho Jurisdic
tion of the United States court could in
terfere to protect members ot tho board
on the grounds that they were In dis
charge of the federal duties, and having
discharged them according to law, could
not be puidsbe J for contempt Iiy a state
In answer to the qttestkin whether the
United States court could iu any way In.
terferu with state ma'ters, the governor
said that the court might say that an or
der to reconvene the board of canvassi r
lor any puroe would afTect fi deral offi
cials, an I might Interfere and stop such
procediug'. The legislature as finally
organized should throw out certain coun
ties whose returns have been attacked In
caue of Illegal frauds ami hy their action
I "hould b elected. 1 would cerlaiuly
It is my opinion that by nn honest
count I have not less than S,000 majority
i ne correspondent aketl ihe governor
what would l-the result if two l ifisln-
tures should meet next Tuesday, to whit h
he replied that he did not know, but sus
pected, it it came to Ihat, that the fethial
government would Interfere. a It hud
done In similar ca..cs, and teitle the mat
ter one way or the other.
OKU. HAMPTON COOJ..
Tlie correspondent afterwards saw Gen.
Hampton, who takes the matter quiet
coolly, and si.ys he has no fears ot Ihe
reult. lie maintains that the. boaid or
canvassers are dearly in contempt and
has faith In the supreme court to compel
a lair count.
To-day court has ls?ue.l an order recon
vening the Hard of canvassers. To-day
a rac tuber tl the board asres yourcr
nf pendent he will not o!ey P.
EXCITEMENT OVER T1IK M.lTTFS,
Ct'Ltvuts, . C. Nov. 23 Consider
ably exclu iuent is reporteJ throughout
the state, but there ha leen no tU rnoti
sir lion ot violence. The action of the
board of state canvassers is considered, fi
nal by the Republicans, while iK-nio-
cr.its claim it lias -no tnect because tlie
whole question was in ttic hands of the
supreme court, and the board Is guilty of
contempt. They express a dcU rmina-
ion to continue in the courts and bring
i3itters to a conclusion there.
La-st liilit the Democrats' counsel
served tho writ of mandamus Issued yes
terday by tins court on the officials com
posing the hoard.
The supreme court will meet to-morrow
to hear the return of the board.
H. W. Purvis, adjutant and inspector-
general aud member ot the board of can
vassers, euys he has reslnm-d bis dike.
(--pscial to the At J.oiu UqmMkun .)
1J1E rlKLt.MilN TIIK hOLIH.
New OKt.CA.vi, Lu., Nov. al.Thcrc it
much excitement on tho streets txMliiy
over Ihe coup d' tt'it of the canvassing
board, and though the course of the board
is severely condemned there is nothing
to Indicate- a disturbance.
Iii conversation with leading Rt pub 1
caut this mortiiiig I liud them highly
elated, and ouie ol them don't heiiate
to eay that the same course, or one tdntl-
lar, will be resorted to, first iu Florida
and next here. ThI U a scttltd laet,
aud they don't deny it.
Kellosrg is aga.n stuffing ome
of the North rn !C jiubliCiin news
paper corrriundeiii. Yeaterday,
iu referring to the legro
Democratic iffidavlts. he said one of
those negroes had told him alter ihakiiitf
affidavit that hit ( he negro's) family
were held aa hostages in one purith, until
he returned wiiu a paper, (Lowing that
he had made the affidavit.
Chairman State Democratic committee,
to-day wrote an Individual letter to Hon.
Stanley M uihewj n h rring to Ihttatate
mriit made by the latter that Anderson,
one ol the returning boanl members, was
a peinocrat and stating that, after Walt.
Ing denial fr tome days, he coiuiders Ii
but prnar ihat he should now request
that inch dental be made by Mr. Mat
thews, Up to prtsent time, the return
Ing board refuse tj admit reprtteiitatlves
of the prcfi,
TIE fatss ono. ,
T-t.lght representatives of twenty
leading northern Journals, "Oeraricratlc
and Kepnbllciin. had a nie ting and
adopted a resolution requesting admission
during tha canrif, of th tot?., 'j'ba
otnmlttee, ronUtlnj ortha entire array
V POSITIVE PROTECTION EKPL0SI01T
Safest, Cheapest aud
?..uie (eiuus, nut fau-llisr Willi (.V.; h j
aa aoilysl', a-k why
Family Safeguard Oil.
Advantages of Elaine over other Oil:.
Elaine, the Family Safeguard Oil, ;
stanJioa 150 deij. Fire-Tet should be used In
ot IsO d- g. tct cotiiif ltss to which we make M.sw. r an f .liou s :
EhAISE is tsken out at a poi t In tho d's ii!ion, wiart it is fret from Pakathne,
CENZIm:, and a dangerous gus whtuh Is ceritut i.d in i11 h. au-'!,;lit snd tea tuc oii,
and the yield ou. of a given amount o' t rude II is t ry smail, tsUit h wakes ti e co-t
i ljjhtf tLan ibat ot head light. ELAINE i, is cV.int I, noii-pxp'cetts and pirlect'y
Sife; wherca ordinary hca 1-1 s'a' oili c -tiVdn a er-at ileal ol patkulne, nd tho lilsf -r
th'" tnl tl.a I eavitr i f y sre and the more j sr flJn Uc y coi tuii . 'I his t xec-a of ari
Cine ohatr cts 'he w Icli, tLus prnvetitin.i to a gr at t xteii I lie tsu'ie ot he dun ero
gs, and cau'li g. In scnic casts, thoe t.rt iide Nplesltn.s vt h th haj ftu ko 'n qutn t'y.
Thee : ol E aine on S:reet C'jrs t iken from an aic-Hire of ot e y tr,' on one of tfio
lrgc .tlinc. In rittsburg, w only 14 ceot; per ta.ght for two limits per ear.
Directions how to Test
ie id jzy w ss" xa o&sm
Take any foramin kerosene cr co d oil lrra.i you v;e at to e.se. tot ft be el a", nn 1
di not u a wl k 'lut bus leen ustd lo any ot; cr el!, r ill the bowl with El ilnc, hiv!
af'er l !it t.g the !aa p. ui screw the burnt r nud ret tre to ihe wuk. tt tie l wrr cud,
and irrad tally imn.e-c It in the horvl of ihe Jaup; instead ol th Mulct Ii niilr. as
would be the c-te with ordinary I's i: will extlo-i sh tiir fl ,me rn the w it-v i j it e&t-. i i
thu oil ; then vtc w :Uc born ;r iljji.t on the lam', liu it up and tarfy It & a vi iv run-,
h-sj peron or cbtU wou"d, tide Way or u.isii'i; down, s. d It w id itv.irla'y iro ou! : ' r
upset It, a If t y aceld nt, nud he sjme re:'U t wil le nc-oir.r.Ji-11 d. Then t;.ke the
wiik i-cJ plv:e it in a haif l it m u e or other t pen t5.-l Cll.j 1 wi h Li ilue, s.-t ono
endonfi e, aod w ith a j !e.-c Of W re, or a u.dl wove tlie burniiy wiek abcut In tlie od.
Atttr bt in tittsrled that the E air c w PI i.ct Jj-nlt?, remove the wiik, arl p'ace It t urn
ini upon a hov 1 or b -ard, and when it is ali 1 1 a tUme, jour tUeElai .e trom ti e
mea'urs cr ves 1 upon the burning mas , and it w ill he immeOiattdy t x:iU;-ui'j?d. L't
sure and pour plenty ol Elaine upon 'h t.,n, cr el.-e tbs lhrae being liie troti-:l, w ill
consume the ol:Jait a water U coommi d w hen a hou-e I? oc fir?.
Exclusive Agents for Southern Illinois, and
the adjacent country South : and . ,
West of Cairo.
ing present the resolutions to tlie board
aud await their n ply.
WHAT TUB HOARD HA) ff'ST.
During the seesit.n of the board to-day
the Democrats lilcd at'ltlavits showing
that returns from eight or 'en jrnri-hi"",
whleh the board Said had not been p
ceive'', were now ami liad been intheciiy
for a week, lly an adroit in.'ii.reuvre llm
Democrats aNo forced the board into the
eslablNhment of a precedent which will
prevent I hem from considering Republi
can electoral votes where none Lave been
To-morrow the Democrats will protest
against the admission during executive
ses-iou of many Republican pollticiat s
and candidate, viio are permitted to en
ter the room at w ill.
To-day the Democrat submitted affi
davits allowing that Siniili, lpuMlcaii
candidate tor emigres, from tlie Fourth
di-.trlcf, brought here return of nine
parishes ; aleo sets forth that Smith said
while en route that they were w idely dif
ferent from tho-io which had l.ecu pub
lished iu tha city papers and would show
ttiat instead of Mr. El mi's la In elected,
hi (Smith's) majority wou'd irom
thirteen toetghtet n hundred, thus bln
lug that they had been doc orcd t
ttefeiit Elatn. thu Democratic candidate,
anil showhig that Smith knew ihcir con
tents. Some have not ytt been deli t red
to the returning board.
A telegram from New York to-nlghr
hjs Ihe Rothschild have notillttl this
government ol their n j clonof the last
loan tt.keu by them, nud that they would
not expert the January Instalment as the
bonds would be re iirued. Evl lenfly
the Rtpublleitu leader have heard ol
Ihls and h.tve constructed officials heieus
tliey are terribly gloomy to-nlfif.
Alio occtirrrd la-twceii black and whtt
tneinla-rs of Ihe returning board, each
distrusting the oilier, that may yet bring
good out of Nazareth. ' ,
Estate of Peter Dwd, lvra .
I he ande ignerl huvinjt b rn appohiMd ads
mi Diairairix .f theestsituf I'ei. r , ow.l luttus
th couiitT uf Alexamler ami etto t lUiawta
deseatcl liereliy gives rioiu that sb will t
tsar befor lira county smart ef Alrstitss
county, ul th conn house) lu tairo. al Iti !
wnla-r trtin. on tha U lid Mumlue la irveitsr
Bt, nt whirh lim all pcr'ii,, huviug cUmi
tiiial sW ealata are- oi!8.-t sml rtqaeatH
iotKBtfTtlM,imra(e f haie t: uravtt.t
tasrul Ali-wrsNia taifeW-wil w as 14 et4i uw
VeriuraKsJ 19 JlXS UWiaUiaM V-Iil U U
iatsf this 1t rlsy ef KovpRibsr, A. V-, 'STs.
ll-i Wiil.sJliilHii jy-'Wp, Ada't.
Best Light Known !
bavc not lh time or taetinUont' tasks
reference to the t,; .i;...- ue:idl(sht ei!-, 1
For Diseases of tho
Throat and Zjuogs,
such as Couabs,
Colds, - Whooping
Asthma, and Con
sumption. The reputation is hat attained, In
consequence of the marvellous cures it
lias produced (lurinz the last half cen
tury, is a MiiHcicnt assurance to the
public that it will continue to realize
the happiest results that can l.c desirctl.
In almost every section of country
there arc persona, publicly known, who
luvo been restored from alarming aud
even desperate diseases of the lungs,
by j's use. All who have tried It ac
knowledge ita superiority ; and whero
iu irtuta arc known, no one hesitates
a to what medicine to employ to re
lieve the distress and aull't-i ing peculiar
to pulmonary affections. Chkuhy Pec
to it a i. always att'onU instant relief, aud
perforins rapid cures of the milder va
rieties of bronchial disorder, as well as
thu moic formidable tUseaac of the
As a safeguard to children, amid
the distressing diseases which beset
the Throat and Chest of Childhood, it
la Invaluable i Tor, by ita timely ue,
multitudes: urc rescued and restored to
This mcdlcl'.ie .u'ains friends at
every trial, ns the cure It U couatautly
jiroduclng nrc too remarkable to be
forgotten. No family should bo with
out it, and those whs have ouuu Uaud
il never will.
Eminent Phvsiclans throughout the
country prescribe It, aud Clergymen
often recommend it fVou tltvir kuewl
cUge of iu circus.
Or. J. C. AYER & CO., Lowell, Mass.,
Practical ao4 Amalytlcal Chemists.
OLD tt ALL PBVOOUIS SiVAaXWMXai.
WM mm oh $1,00
MaJc sry dsy InJiU ixd Ot, . loveat sccotJISs;
tayocrm.sna. AIJ. l at STOCK Ptllf
11-tCtS, hsi trriLjkl a inalfTjrtur. lo hcrrful
iaseae r Wt iivli whsn r.J how toOI'EAri
Mteoricrt ty ill ;i uirsph ie "
" r BAXTER 4t CO.,
(6r if iltual !a a liae, owj
SOLD DURING tho YE Afl 1875'
ivr.nr 8T.rE u
II 1 1
Wiii-r-Tor V.a l or V.1 1
h tohhlf WilknliM!
'L it NEW sKS
N03. 37, 38, 09, 47, 48 and 4
Art a MuntltHi C jmblnstlou ef
An l all lljL l.muU t'oint- that gn M MaL tip
Most Perfect Cooktng Stovo
I.rr Ollered to Ihe I'lilille.
' JlaJe Only by tti
.Excrlslcr ITcrufecttrirc o.,
N'js. 012. til. SIC and 611 N. Main St.,
Ri. I.otiio. stn,
O. W. HENDERSON,
l.iqi on ni AI.Kltas.
K. SMYTH & CO.,
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Who'.rfA tn1 Mttail fn,1rra lo
u n i:s or ai.i. hi.ds,
No. 60 Ohio Levee,
MES'Of. smith A (. W- :os.untIt
a lsrre sttKk "i tii lKt A O" mi-kt-t,
anJ (It siperlal atuaiiou toihs
rati'-c at th humn-u
Orders for Coal by tho car-load
,on, or in hogsheads, for (shipment
jromptlv attended to.
teaT To largo consumers and all
nanufacturers, we are prepared
;o supply any quantity, by tho
nontn or year, at uniform rates.
CAIKO CITY WSJAL COMPAKT.
rrII l'l.1ay Hro ( -fllce. No. 70 Ohio Levee.
j-y-llitlti'Kv itr ' vhurlboal.
1 y-At hioi'tuiii Mills, ur
Jf- At thv toal Dump, foot f TtiUty-EIsrbtb
1 3"Pot IHc llrawer. "
Dealer in Fresh Meat8
Bttsresn Waahiiurtoa vnd Commtrola
Aveaaes, adjoixnc: Ha&ny'a.
1M fr ul the I fat Ikef. Pork, Muttoa
al, liut, fiofao, Ac.. aa. is o
STRATTOW & BIRD,
aocntb atcebToan fowm oo
57 OHIO IsftTee
O. D WILLIAMSON, '
' ? I i i) ; 1 Angler i' fi.
Dmnmlffsi oii .-.TirthaYil:"-"
Kt. 16 OHIO LEVEE.
SPECIAL attaatioi f tvea tv toBSlfoaeati Mi
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