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CYHUS S. OBEHLV, Editor.
Tut nr 1.1.1:1-1 rnt ni,i.t:iiLT
I am anxious to so out ol tin- ncw6pir
and printing .business into another lusi
firi,nnd tjjjreloreolTVrilie whole ButF.
ti.i Printing EstttbliJiment juachiiitry,
tyr, butMinjr. ami pooil will of the
newepaprr an-l J jb oMee for t-aie unu
tliti catit st kttul of t-rm. 'lhi iicvs-papt-ratid
Job printing I'oUDlisUtiM'iit l
thc ben flrifiiitci) ono in Soutlurn Illi
nois, anI Is a moii'-y-ninKiiig concern.
.py one whf wl-lifs to engage in tlie
busim-ss will liml litis to bf bit exrU'iMt
Inq lire at the Bt'M.im 'fue, ol Mr.
E. A. Burnett. "
Oct. JO. 1370. . Jons II. Outlay
Ilir In: ai.i
TThydiJu't Gov. Ktb-g-if call fur troops.
11 the condition of thing In the dru UiUI
Oorcd" paiishe was us he iKscrilM's? It,
must be a U-rrifte niirn ol terror thitt
kect every Ih puUiiemi voter away from
the poll. Usually, whits many nro
Cowftl'r by threats, many, also are
anjccrvl by them, and the n-sull ig rl't
aticv. No Mid condition ol things ixl?t-
1 hi South Carolina. Iit Gov. n- -iaa
ir iwa tronp without tlillloitlty.
Ti u)icHn will inevitibly arisa that
it was not pciiuKratiu violence, but lie
publla in trickery. Hint kept Republican
voter from the po!!, Kellogg. Ii.is be
fore kept hi voters away, so as ttf be
ab!ealleriuNl to allege intimidation, and
the tacts are on record In the congress
ional Investigations. He did it again this
time apparently, but he over did it. It
must have been u territlo dose of Intimi
dation' that kept every ne.uf IhoiMamis
Of, Republican voters away trom the
polls, and it wi Gov. Kdkgg's d aty as
governor to protect them. Come, come
governor, wjiij didn't we luno anxildng
ol this before election ? Why didn't you
call tor .troops? ' Yvu've often done
It before. . .
. j - AS CI.ECTIOX ME.
TVhy did not Gov. Kellog? prevent the
fraa 1 aud luthnidatlon or which hu makeg
to much CAfflp'.Hint In Louisiana ? He U
at the head W th state government. All
its subordinates are ol bin appoint mi nt.
All the machinery of the election I com
pletely under hU control. Tho federal
troops can bo had at any time for the
a-king. Prof. Sumner, of Yule, lu life
recent letter, says that "the election was
held under a complicated and elaborate
Corps Ol offlcers, appointed by thi ttatt
government, aud tree .from any ol those
popular checks, which we lu the North
regsrd as essential to -eir-governmeiit."
Further on he says he seen "no guaran.
tee against fraud, except In the Lrihuicc
aud Interest ol the opposing partien."
Such guarantees exist la Lou
isiana, with the v.ist prepmder
arce ol the chance in favor of
tllt?n:irt7 ill IKIWiT Ul.mli nii-mH .,11
theoaioerofcleciioH.audh;wt!.eFederars4!'"'" 1 ,i, ve 1,1 the power of public
ottlars on its sids" nn,
controls the federal troops. "The elec
tion liwis intricate, and.
ently adapted to provide for all coiiilu
goneles, really creates a hundred techni
calities and machinery which render
popular election impossible. The in
genuity with which devices are planned
aud practiced lor producing fraudulent
results in simply diabolical. The party
in power, having control ol this ma
chinery, can in tke any election a mock
ery, and tho community llndi Itself
locked In a netwoik of crafty arrange
ments, from which escape seems Impos
sible. Against this prodigious tyranny
the people of Louisiana have made one
more united and determined cllort."-
Jleu'einber that these ore not the words
of a politician or a siuiiin ucaker.
They are Uia deliberate expressions of ai
cctiul.tr, u prolcsor hi one of the Urt of
American colleges, a man with only a
patriotic Interest liloliiies. und a man,
too, accuitoiued to Kludy and weigh his
wcrd. ' Kemembt r this, then try to be
lieve that Guv. Kellogg, with all ibis tre
nitmdoiu power, could not have pre
vented lht IrauJs aud vlaleuco uud In
tiuiidation that he pretend characterized
the election in the buli-doed"' parf
ishes ! nd prevented theni by rals-
iujf his little finger!
The truth l that they did not exist,
not even -lis Gov. Kellogg Imagination.
Jt was not tilt alter election that. we.
beiird anything of thiin. The whole
story is an election lie. boru of dvf.at ai d
framed to ecuro iruu I.
ADIfl BE TO THE XOTT.m.
There la one con pieuous tact In the
I rt-rut political situutlon (hut U making
u profound Impression tin ihe public
trdnd, and Ic sUently but urtly clearing
away jtbe tultt Utyre the ye f the
people'. ItUfiluiply thlc-tlmt hi LouUi
ana itU Hduikied that iov. Tilden has a
clear majority of all th vnt ,wi yj
fiom J.iMl to O.tOU Votes. Sow the
AuicricMU eople buve a retjact ill t
"f acile to rev renew tor the verdict i-t
the ballot. Once made, It U alwaya a
jniecil In. To b mre. rtb puny
frtogulzcs the. lact that there are few
ilecthui (bat are not talirte! by traud on
both idi, but I hey aUo n-e if at there
fraud UMially balance theniwlvit.; that
tiny are not Ure enough to alter the
refult. and lhat they are usually commit.
Uni by jnew who are candidate for minor
cfflix. and are seldom eountenanct-d by
the men no are at lU brad of either or.
ganljution. t$ It I in I.ouidana. It
way be that corn Imocru may bi,v
eornmltted frauat or been guilty of Intim
IJa'ion, though there I no proof of It,
but It mint be evident that thl could nt
jvnalbljr lutva glwn Til Ie0 thi Immeiife
isajoritr. for it U an Imme im nmjorli j
on o snull a vote. But, when a return
lax board Maume to thr w out part f
0at puitk aad tak tha ret. It U evhkrnt
tbattkf wboU pruiclpl of eUcilon I
detrf4. Thm might well be i o
kclta'At ftU. TL. omiu rc;ru
tvnuM furnish the relative propor
tions .of tho - wkUe ; OTttl - black pop
ulation, and no ballots whatever
need be cist. The flrctinti in Tjoulsiatui
have actually been decided In Just this
way. Imagine IhU principle appliej to
every ttato In the Union. It would result
lu anarchy and ci4-ssir f- rU not ft
tiorlle rn state w hose vote inljjhl not be
revi rsed in JuitHsis way. (Juoe nU loo.so
from the slieet' anchor of tho votes iiclti
al'y cast, and there Is no knowi ig wtiere
you may drill. 'H:e proper w;iy to pre
sene the purity of tho ballot is to pre
Vent frviduleflt ballots irotu being" cast'
Then there need be no question as to
the result, liut to 4inderiako to revise
the popular verdict, U simply to put an
end at one blow to p rular govrnment.
Why did not Gov. Kellogg prevent the
frauds and Intimidation w hich he alleges
in have taken place In Louisiana. ' '
Ill View At lhi rnhl Result Id
the Coiftinla 8iwln.
I From Ihe New Yo k Sun.)
Theuia.4 A. Hendricks, viee-prcsldent
elect or the I'nlted States, with his wife
arrived at the Fifth Avenue hotel yester-.
day morning, lu the afternoon and eve
ning lie was hi -consultation with Presi
dent elect Tililon. The visit of Oowrmie
i.. ... r-- voi K IS regarded with
1 1 lie liveliest interest, becausu ll Is
! ly believed that its ultimate object is a
conference between .Messrs. Tilden and
Hendricks on the critical situation of po
litical nfTtirs growing out of thedt sperate
determination of. unscrupulous Republi
can politicians to thwart the will of tho
people and count in Hayes, if itcccbsary,
even at the point of tho bayonet.
(iov. Hendricks, wliovo nuo-lvo ! Ma
tures are ag'ow with health ami goo l
spirits, received a reporter for Thr. Sun
with a cordial welcome in Ids hotel yts
terday. "I think Gov. Tilden is elected presi
dent." be paid, cheerfully. .........
'Have you. as Is generally believed,
comotoKew York to confer with Gov.
Tilden about the political equation?"
aked the reporter.
'I have cmnu lor purposes of personal
recreation." replied Gov. Hendricks.
"In liana Is hi a fever of political excite
ment over the rectnt election, and Mrs.
Ilendriik and myself havti oom to this
city to cseipe from Jt temporarily and
enjoy a brief recreation. However, Gov.
Tilden desired to see me, and I called
upon him at his home to-day and talked
briefly wiin Mm. ami I rhall rn et him
again this evening, sua will tell you later
whether it s proper frvr me to communi
cate anythiug about our conlereuce to
gether." Gov. Hendricks, will you tell me
what you think of the political situation
in the South ?''
'1 am tnoic confident," the governor
replied, "than most Democrats seem to
be, that the returning honrd In Louisiana
will count the electoral votes of that
state for Gov. Tilden, to '.'.horn they un
doubtedly tilrly m belong. 1 think so be-
j opinion, and the m rity or Tilden u so
'iir and ixxiiivu tli.ii It cannot H'lulc,
i rt ubl.lt) tjy any schemes ol tlio lie
publicaiH. II .dd-.v, tint general opinion
atl ovtr the country U that Titd'.n is
ebftcd. lh people are convinced cf
"iVhat do yon t'dnk of the extraotdln
nry claim that (Iov, Siearin malies, lhat
h ha Hi.- tight to count the vote ol
I don't sco wh&t authority be can
pro luce lor hi claim. X,i otuer gov
ernor ot- a mite lias such a io-.ver.
H'hat would bo ihougbf-. feiipKwiug New
York had gone Republican, if Gov. Til
den had undertaken to coiiut Its t ote lor
buiHef l ihink Mearns makes the claim
merely hi order t o usUin h1x tel't grauis.
You know he kepi telegraphing that be
had carried the Hate, but be iniist know
that it I lor Tilden, and tliat the board
ol canvasser 4 will declare It for Tilden."
.'Then you btlievo that Florida li cafe
tor Tilden ?
"I do; yes, (,Jr."
Do you anticipate any civil dWord,
or trouble of nny kind growing out of
tht) elect ion I ruublt sin the couth, or the
recent movement ol te Jural troops
Oov. Hendricks paused for a minute,
and then (aid, slowly haking Ids head
between the word : "No, no, no, no ;
there limy lo omo disturbances In pur
ticular place, but I don't anticipate
trouble. The tuejorhv for Tilden, I
think I so tiecldednd the country U no
thoroughly convinced that he I elected,
tlntt I don't bilieve there will bo any
What do you thluk. Gov. Hendricks,
of the claim lhat the presiding olkt r of
the senate ha power to count the elec
toral vote aud declare w tioU elected i '
"Do you mein, has he the power to
count lu the preideia No, he ha not.
That is the duty of the two houe of
C ngres, andtliey derive the power from
1 hen It makes no dl&Vreueo about the
rulo of 1SC5, which, it is asserted, has
Xo. That rule wag nothing but an
expioolou of tha provulon of the consti
tution, aud ll il.e coittiiituilon d d not give
the IioUmi such powr, no rule could po
eihlv du it.
In the evening Gov. Hendricks tewk
dinner with the Hon. Abram. S. liewiit,
ihairinan of the Democratic National
eiinniitice. APcrwurd be vUited the
Fifth Avenue hotel, and lliere lietold tho
reporter lhat nothing had occurred be
twwii bimself and Mr. Tilden. that he
could innke public. From what could
be gathered in rtfen-neo to thi confer-
enoa n apvr that no definite njan ef
action had been adojHed. Gov, lien
dnckssall t at he thould return UIu
dianathU afu.'r:iooii - . -
Mtff ! r ssmm4.
Uturm, Tenn. Nov.; S7Judgv
Trigg ol the United 8uu dun tot eurt
toiiy iued an irdt-r lor the ui r die
Meoiphl and lidu'h railway, n red
Uwu u lb fUai avortsgs bouuiMidtrc.
. Ss- ., ' v
. . . ' " . .
A Critical Day for the
. State of South Oaro-r
Federal Troops Placed
, r? r Direction.
The Legislature will
Assemble in the
. Midst of.Bay-. ,
Conflict Between the State and
Federal Courts Respect-
The Canvassers Taken from
the Sheriff and Handed to
a United States Mar
shal. The Ippuliiana Board Takes Up
Some Returns and Puts
Tnem Down Again.
Meeting of the Florida Canvass
ers The Work 8egun.
. BaT enroling.
CEV. RfUKR's MJVKMBN'TS.
New Yokx. Xov. 27. 'Ihe iTra'i'
Tallahassee dispatch says Gen. Uuger
left for Columbia Saturday night. . ,
8TTEMEOT BY JCOGS BON!.' '
Tl Tiiws' Columbia dispatch ys
Judge Bond has addrene'd a letter to the
llaltimore Awenenn, In which he say?:
The board of state canvasser have never
been advised by me. I never have seen
them. I would not know more than om
ul the board, and that one is Attorney
general ot South Cirolina.
No one has yet applied to the circuit
court of this district for any action hi re
lation to the recent election. If auv per
son does so apply, ami tbfe la a stature
lor it, he shall base" "relief. If there be
none he must seek l is i Mticdy elsewhere.
It it be thought uuicosoniiblu that where
the circuit court was about to Im-hcld a
nnexpeiiheol nearly f 1,000 daily, I thontd
antieipatc Its session in crder to arrange
Us biiMiivss to mtike the term as short a
kx ., i oo not coincide wltn ot lec
tors. iriK caw Acsr.n! habkai corvl'sfp.
Columbia. 8. C, Nov.; 27. On appli
cation for writs of ha'ieas corpus tlie bulk
of the stale canvassers were brought
thi" morning Into Ihe United States cir
cuit court. Judges Kond and Cryan pre
s'uling. The board were l:i the eiihtody
of the sherilT. and, through counsel,
a?ked for time to make return to the ap
plication for the writr-The courts slg
liill.Hi that lime would be grantee, and
ordered that the prisoners bo held in the
rtistody of the court pending the return.
The application Is based on the ground
that the board were discharging the du
ties of appointing presidential electors
when the supreme court of the state In
terfered. On a subsequent motion by
council thiio was grahted until Wedne?.
day at 10 o'clock to make a return, peud-
Ing which the board was placed in chttrge
of the United States marshal. The
members are now at large, but accom
panied by deputy marshal. "
, It i understood that troops will be
posted at the state house to-morrow,
wheu the legislature meets to organ
ize. . v '. . ;,. ''
8ITCATIOM AT COLI'MBIA.
Coli muia. 8. C. Nov. 27. The Demv.
ocrntic counsel and Democratic state ex
ecutive committee telegraphed thft even
ing to Chief Justice W'ulte requesting bis
attendance at the United States circuit
court on Wednesday, when the habtct
evipua case f the state board of can
vassers will be heard. Bo:h parties are
In ciiieus to-nL'ht. Tlic cltv U full nt
people. Nothing has transpired since
this mornrtig. j
PROTKeT BV THE TKOrtE.
CoLi-MBiA, S. C.. Nov. 27. The fol
lowing dUpatch ilgued by Senator Gor
don of Georgia, Senator .Johniou of Vir
ginia, General 'dt Hampton, several
circuit Judges, a large uuiuber of state
senators, representative, white) aud
blacks, and many other prominent citi
zens of this state, bus been 3nt to the
president of the United Slies t
'We the undeitlgucd viitor from a
distance, aud eommlttea id tha Demo
cratic UiCiubtra elect ot the South Cara.
lina legislature, the Democratic execu
tiv committee and chizeiia.Jiavlng Just
w-eii by the associated presa tlUpalcli,
that Governor Chamberlain has applied
tor I'aited States troops to be placed un
der hi orders at. the assembling ol the
legislature to-morrow, rend thi our sol
emn protest against the troops being
plaoed under command of tha governor.
Wo have no objection to tho prcseueo of
troops, and will co-operate with them In
-pftstrvhig the peace. Irnt-we protest
tgalustlhe uc of the United States army
in controlling theorganization of Ihe leg.
UUlure and eulorclng the Inauguration
or Governor Cliaidbeilulu, who Sas been
defeated by the w Ide auj colored Jfoter
tho ballot box., flTere li not the re
motest dangtr f a tiiuTBtiice ol the
peace by Denocrau. 1 1 it 'court, it will
txfttU. lasUg'aUon ofGvrer Cbftv
;rt, whos1T'pi3"ilsu have takeh the
only lives lost In f htta ;ltlBf vciiii?
yass JK tins state. ;. otwdmp nf i,loo4
haitecn shed In any polItlidlsttirm''fe
except by the ItepuJteAn, md It Is liter
ally, true that the Democrats received
their grentcit tn ijorltles In the counties
rhere thtt ChlfciTaTelTioIdrers ' were
siaAhjTVMW hat ,pre4ene tlicreforc, li
there for .Governor Chamberlain's de
tuatid (or. troops, to kx p ibu peace f We
refer for eoiitirtrialloiitd ila-so statements'
to the commander of the United
forces at this place, and elsewhere lu the
Stft'e,. . , , j. iw;
BUKNfNO 'or 08MAL na.VFTO.-4'S UOUAIi;,
Colimbia, S. (-., Nov. 57. General
Hampton's re-idenee, tlireo mdus from
this o ty, was burned friday last during
tin night. Flames burst, eluiuluueoui.lv
from all part ot tho building, amHhc
treneral's two sisteri aud two young sons
had only time to escapa with their lives
The literary and articles of veriu'saved
from the lire of 1G5. when llAntittii
raiher's home Inirned, at same time; as
hU own,' sliver and clothing, were all
burned. The ladies escaped saving only
their dressing gowns, mid Gen. Hampton
has not a single article of clothing except
ttio.ewhich hv had on. The only thing
naved was a bust ot the Gen. Hampton ot
the revolution. Tho lire was Incendiary.
; The general lodged lu the city that
There was no Insurance. '
UAvrro.N's noisB not iirned.
t'HARLtTox, Nov. 27. Inquiries are
telegraphed here regarding the truth of
the rumor of the burning of Geu. Hamp
ton's house by a mob. The rumor is un
founded, and probably arose from the
fact that the residence ot Gen. li an pi on s
sister, about live mile from Columbia,
was burned Friday night, which is mp
posed to be the work of an incendiary ,
Rt(JL't3r OK TUB CUIEf Jt'SriCU.
Columbia, Nov. 27. The Mowing
telegraphic correspondency has taken
ulaoe to-day ;
CotcusiA, S. C, Nov. 27.
Ho.v. M. R. WatrE. asuxxGroy, D. C:
I he board ot Mate canvassers, commit
ted lor contempt y tho supreme court ol
the stale, have been taken Iroui ihethcnfl
by order tt the United Suies circuit
judge ou a writ of 4i&ai corpus. There
n aconfiicr of jurisdiction, ol light, and
ihttUue are grave. We eaniestly ap
peal to you tx preside br tho court on
Vednesday, the ilkh, at to a. m to luar
the case; or il you' will appoint the day
when yon cm atteud we .will iply tor a
l5jl((Ulll . Ja. t'ONXOR, .
Lkroy F. Yoi maxs,
Hll AOLEY I'. JuU.VsO.X,
E. W. MoKSK,
Jto. T. lintrT.
- . ' Conns 1.
To this Chief Justice Waite replied ;.
Washington, Nov. 27.
To Meswrs. JaJ. Coonur and mlitii, Culuuib'ia,
The busiuess of the supreme court re
quire my preucAt here.
-Signed M. U. Waite.
TUK f LritEMK CuUitT CASES.
Tlie state supreuii court to-day contin
ued the case' of contempt ugdnet the
United States diidriet attorney, counsel
for the board, until to-morrow.
t The counsel fur sheriff of Uichland
couutyvwbo had the canvassers In cm-
tody, slu'cd to the supreme court that the
members of the bouf.i iw,-i been tiiVen
from l.i.n by n habeas corpus and h'! wa3
ordered to tliu copies ot the papers in
General Uucr arrived hrfc to-night
from Tailabntsee. ,
inc iirruiiNtNG uoiaD siev.Ti.
Tallahassee, Fla., Nov. 27. Tlio
canvassing board met to day in the o?Joe
ot the secretary of state, Mr. Macliu in
the chair. - - - - -
A protest was filed by tha ltepnbllcan
electors against Attorney-( nernl di t ime in heiir read any motions or j ro
Cocke sitting as a member of the 1 1 sis whatever.
board, on the ground thar he had virtu
ally decided and given a decision prior
to thu assembling ot the board, in that
he had telegraphed that tne Democrats
bad carried, certainly, the stair, and
that the Republicans could not c'n-ut
them out ol It. Mr. Cocke stated that he
had sent the dispatch in reply to n frh ud
hi Baltimore, who had a-ked his opin
ion, aud who furnished It to the news
paper. He re-pectlully submitted thm
the UWpateh and the opinion therein con
tained did not dUcmibly him from i-it-ling
as a uietulMT of the bonrd. -The
protest was entered and 'the board pro
ceeded with the regular business.
Mr. Cowgcil moved thai Governor
Btwmn and Oetierul Braitoou, com.
in inditu the troops at this point. Ie al-
in m ui to ine sessions of the board. Mr.
Cocke amended by adding the name
Mr, 0. K Drew. Tho amendment was
The board then went into private ses
sion und adopted rnles for its govern
ment. Thu board then agreed to admit
six gentlemen from ubroud and si local
politicians from each elder. At'jjurLoJ
till to-morrow at ten o'clock.
sr.VBlOAN" GOSE T CUICAG0. ,
New Orleans, Nov., 27.-Ucn. Sheri
dan left lor Chlcagv by special train lust
night to vUit his wile, w ho is id, Hnd
will return in a tew days. K'dlogg said
this morning that prior to leaving he left
ail Uecch iry mdt r for .
TUB DISPJMTIOJT Of TRO(rS,
And that ho would bo in hourly cnmnu
nktatioii by telegraph with hi chief of
stafl, who la here. Kellogg say that he
doen t uow au any ueceity ol calling,
as Chamberlain did, on Urtut for assht
nee, as he ha all the troop hero now
that be need, and that Sheridan Iw
given every neccss-iry order la covr
any eronrgeney that may arise. Indica
ting that Cameron's order to Auger ha
beu duplicated to Sheridan. '
THE BITVRXIkO BOARD.
Vrw OaLKAK, Nov., 27 I'ue return
ing board met at U o'clock this morning,
all the. member present, and a large
crowd la the lobby. . Th vUitlog lb .
publican were Mers. 6toubton, Van
Allen, Jet1y, p.tker and Hale. The
Democrat wer Mer. Pdlftier, tsinUb,
irutnbtill andJulfan. The Deuixudc
eeunsel were prcseot duriag tbt pro-
caUIo; tlt bra tv crier, fm.
A POSITIVBPROTECTIOI-FROH , EXPLOSION
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Safest, .Ohqapcst and
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f? f i ! ' f .r '
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,.'. .11 ; . ' i .f . -y.
Advantages of -Blaine everi ether iOils.
home poii'Hi", not faouiiir wltb il. whj'have not tho tune or Intlinatloa to maks
ur. anify!', ask why
Elaine, the Family Safe.(u Oil,
. ' ... . .. ' .' ' ' t m Ineieiin- ' 'f 'i
tndlnt' b)J deR. ! ire-Tcrt shoild be ne. In pr;-for nee to t'S simplv a headlight olls
ot ISO d.g. test coninif lfissto which we ma's! i tifwcrasf Poej'
ELAINE Is taken nut tt a poLt. ia the d rill..' ion, where it .tn!u inPiRAprts.,
nsMiJic, sndadaiiKerougawh:cti isecntulned lu all Irad-li-f lir le-o cue oils,
and the y'eld ou: of a given amount of t ruder ili. vtry small, )"r ? makes tho rout,
l-ighertLan lhat ol head llglit. ELAINE in, c'iroJ, non-eiA .vo and perfectly
sire ; whereas ordinary hca4-Vgh oIN c nt iin a great leal of par , ar.d the b g cr
thr t,t the Levler ti ey are and ile more psn dine t!:.y coti'ale. i his xet of fsra-
an obstrict be w lek, tbut i'rve&ting to a gr.-at esten; tL esr ol be Uan.croes
gnt, and cault g. In some cases, those ttnP le ixpb tdui ab cbliaipen fo 'if (piet.t'y.
Tl-e c tt of E'aine on Sireet C os, t tktn fro'n an ergo of oie y ar, fcn oust' of tao
brscst lines 1n Pittsburg, was only 1J onot ptt n.gbt for two .'iUts per car
Taka any comni'-n kerosene orcod e'l
di not ue a whk thut hsbbetn usf d la auy
ai.er i gni ng ilc utr.p, ucecrew t!,e "jurntr
and prad lally immeiee It in the bewl of ihe limp ; liiKtend of itn. Maine Ijiiltlrg. as.
would he the csi-e wltli ordlr.ary t i's.Ir, will etlii!'ti'.-h the 11 mo ou the wick as'lt enttr
the oil thnn crjw the Lurn.r ilg'.t wn t'tc Um , litt it up and earry tt s aviary circ
lefs peoon or chill wou'd, side wmjs or n.tside down, at.d It wl'l luvaiiaMy go cut; cr
up-et i, ai if y aecid ut.and b same reu t wll he sc omil.Vh d. lhtu tKe the
wl.k uid pi we it ;u a half j Ijt uitju e or oilier f pen ve-s! file I wl h El tine, set ooe
end cu li e, aDd n it li a j iecc cr w.rr, or a n.dl moe the hurning wick uhout lu tie oil.
Al'tr bilng- j.tTs.ficd that the E aire v Id net Igtrite, remove the wkk, nd p ure It hum
lug upo;i shav 1 or b .ard, ao l when it Is a t 1 1 a tl .me, p ur th.TEUi e Iroru f
ineau-e cr ve tl njon the burning ims . and .t will l.c immeOl.ttely extintui'Ufd. I'r
i"rc and jKiur plenty ol EiaUe upou ib ft no, or ee th Tuiae being lbs tt.auest, will
C..UKUI110 tl!C til ju.t a lU.f I-i l-nrimm A lii .dll0 U Ot) tf: P. . '
Exclusive Agents for Southern Illinois, and
the adjacent country South, aud
West of Cairo. ' 4 ,
dent Wells Mated th u the board would
The Democratic counsil ed j en d to nn
entry 1.1 the mbiuteto iheefl et ihut rule
el rht of the board bad bm u ntotliilwl so
far as to, allow admbsltm .is n butlii g
e.iJ-'tice of expsite i lliilnvitsln kh tt-n-e
I c.i-s. Co. Z u tiarlu till d a proiest
itgiiiiist the sudden undil'etitiu ot the
rule on the ground that the change lad
been made idler the application of coun
sel lor a modi lhat ion bad hecu jelnsed,
and that thus the Democratic committee
bad lost ihe opportunity of pr pring re
butting ulll l nits, whereas this pruibi-e I
had been accorded to t li llei.ubl euna
was not rend or acted upon-
but revived and laid addc.
31r. Meljlloiii, couustl for .bt -Demo-cralic
candidafi s, lHwl a refpt?st tlmt the
ballot boxes of Fust ll.it on Rotigjbe sent
for, in order that the laily t-he.l m il
statement ol votes scaled up hi four box
cs could be obtained, and the votecounte-".
wjciMieut were seateti up lu tt.e l,o.es
through the ignorance of Ihe law ou the
put of tho commis.-ioners cf election,
The secretary ot tl c hour i was ho trticti d
on Saturdav to tck'rranh for the l.ov. .
but faded M do so ou ti e plea of want t
f ni ls. Sulli dent ti.cn y to y all ex-
pciiscg was dt-putited with the Mcr.jtitiy
by the Djiiiocr.itic counsel, and tie met
ry me,go wa sent. Then weie
Deutoeratic majorities tit the polls where
Ihe above mlslnke was made, and unless
the tally sheet are prcciittu the vote will
be thrown out.
Tho board then-alter wert h:to rxocu
tlvo session, and tho room wsu sleurid d
all persons except the inembir and the
lu executive ecssion tlio' board .Mtui
hied the return iroui the following
purl die and wurd, viz : '
Ulenvllle, West Haton Kougc. Hosaler.
Call well, Cairoll, Claihoine. Jetleroti.
Monliou so, Hai I les. lied Ifiver, Flandry,
ttibtter, W inn, uud tho First, Second.
Foiifth, Fifth. Sixth, Seventh,' Eighth.
Ninth, Tenth, Eleventh, Thirteenth, Fif
teenth and Seveuteeiilh ward of ihe par
Uli of New Orleans, These returns 'wen
xmuinc I and laid over lor lumre action.
tUre being protects und contest in tneb
c:ie. lu the Seventh ward jf Orleans
parUh tho aupcrvisoMhravr out the rote
Of one of ihe poll where thin was a in a
iw'iiy o Mi for Tilden electors ou iuo
ground tlmt ihe Volt bait not been coui t-
e.1 and rerurmd, wbhlii iwriiiydour!
hoiirs after theh of ihe el rt on.'"-
Tie board adj our uaiuI 10 a, u. tc-nvrrr.
Best Light Knowu !
how to Test
lam? vou fit to ti-e. Let It be il .'i. and
otl.cr .ll. Fill tlio bowt wttft
and ttt tire to the vU k at t'jo liwfr nd,
Tor .Scrofula, r.nd nil
fipelas, Uosc or St. An
tlion l ire, Kiuptiein
jmd 'Ij-uptiva diseases
(d' tin; skin. Ulceration .
cf the hier, Stoiuneh,
Iplcs, "I'listnlcc, lioils,.
A III 1. . rr ri.
I jioii:ueit uinor,.iei
ter. Salt IMiei.ni. SealJ
Head, l'inijworm, Ulcers, Sores,
I Uheunwi in, Xeiirolsin. l'nin in Hit
i Jhnies.Sido r.ml Head, J'malc Weak.
liess. Meruit v, J.eiH-oninta, juimh
from interu:if ukcration. :nd uteriiiu
J disease. Syjihilitic uud Merciiriiil (lis-
c:tw(w, iJ.-op.-v. in-spepMu, j-.nincm-lion,
Oncr.tl Debi.ity, and for 1'uri
fyinir the lilotsl. , .
This S;rsn ni iila iia combination of
Vegetable alt erat ivcs,-Sl illiiiL'i:i.M:iii.
1 drukt'. Yellow Dock with the Iodides
fcf lv.asium and lion, ami is tho
mot i tlicacious medicine vet known
for tlic diseases it is ititeutfcd to citrc.
J' it"''elieiits arc so skilfully
fhiawl lhat the full nltevnilvo
effect of each is assured, nnd w hihi
it is so mild as to ho hainilcs even
fo ebildren. it i slill so cili i iinl na
fo purge out from the system thoso
impurities mid comipiion which
Uevclop into loathsome! disease.
The reputation it en joys, is derived
from its tines, and ihe conlidcnco
which prominent physicinus nil over
tho cpuntry rc.oc in it proves their
CX)crieiK-c of lis usefulness.
C'eriiiii'tttuM nttwtiti " Us rvlrtvest
linvc niciiinulnted. sunt aro ton
fctantlv being received, nml ns many
cf tlu-se i-.tsts n:e publicly kuuwu.
Ihcy furnish lonviiicin evidence ot
flic Htpcriority of this Snrsipnila
over i'very other alterative medicine.
So generally is its fctiptiioiity to ny
other medicine known that we need
tin no more than to assure the public
lhat the lest qualities it lias ever
vuftscbcd t.ro Mrietly uiamtaincd.
Dr. . C. AYCR Sl CO., Lowell, Mass.,
practical auit AnaUjtieal Chemist:
SOLU I V ALL UULUtiUi'4 KVKUVWUKUS.
. . t ...f
Th tliousanii rvotnMixlan4(llkrWnai
wonh of in w-pair i i-lfK. at ulili.her'
rates iriveu tur t'700 umt a tins n out:V Hot
rcr)ii. Ui pa) m. ot frju iUi-i tliik.f iel"'li.
Ihllll- . A )uia(J lf. (iifrf luOMau-hsr eief.
O'U.I lllv tin. I Vt) coiulallno nn rlilul
t -lJtnUli m, rr tr to ay aJflres.
n1Ci Vo. I'. kow)l A Co.LX-r-t
Aanuiuj A&u. it fata Mw, Ji. X.
j i ; ' itt it flutt ll ft list, ffTir) ?
SOLO DURING the YEAR 1875
I VKIiV STUVKIS , j 4
l A t I :
Whrvr Vti or Sot I
t.l I tl
1 1 II'. !
Kos. 37, 38, 39, 47, 48 and 49
.4 . Ar Ibtrrihiu ComtjiiuitioB of
An t all the Etstntial foinu that a to MU tip
- - ' '
Most : Perfect Cdotfng Stove
Ever 0rre 1 to fh rnhlle.
Mut Only by th
Excelsior Ifsrufccturirn o.,
t i. v - '
Kos. 612. eu. lt nd sis N. Main Jt ,
M. I.onla, X.
O. W. HENDERSON,
.. caibo, nxs.
R. SMYTH & CO
Tb'jlalo' and luttil Dil4t U
Foreign . iomeitio
WIXS'X OF ALL
No. 60 Ohio Levee, -'
MESOXb'. SiiYTtl CO bT xtutaaUy
a Ui(f stock c.l tlx brat iiul u. um mar.
ht. an l ,riTr-UBl Muratioo Ulh obplOMi
raajA ui the litiiinui
MT. CARBON(Big Muddy)
Order for Coal by the cnr-load
t,OD, or iu hogsheads, for shipment
jromptly attended to.
laTo large consumers and all
Danufacturera, we aro prepared
;o supply any quantity, by the
aonth or year, at uniform rates.
CAIRO CITT COAX C0HFART.
I f-Hallily Rro.'l Bioe, No. TOOhloLeve.
I trllatriilnj liro 'a rhurt lxHit.
trl-At K?)i.tmn MilU, ur
r"A toal Dump, foot ef Tnutv-Klhtli
I J-I'ont Ortlrr trwtr. m.
Dealer m Fresh Meat
EIGHTH STREET. .
84tweea Wastiluif toi xnd Oom&;rola
Aveuao. adjolaing- Htmny'.
T"IEPS for snlif the bent Bwf, Park. afuttot
jkM. iu, mn, o. . toil ia .n
rayl f Ha)iilini im awnMKl ana- t.
i a r
. STHATT0N & BIBD,
svasNia .'AJCsaloAN powdf oo
, , . , 57 -.Ohio XaTeca
c O. D WILLIAMSON, ;
K. 78 OHIO LXVEE.