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The Oregon Case Before the Sen
... v ate Committee.
I IswlsUaa f U Mot Ttt Bscslvsl.
tOK ORNON MATTEH.
Wsshuiutom, Dec. 29. The senate
CMbmltte on privilege and elect iohs
eommeucril taking testimony in regnnl
to the, Oregon ease this tnoruing. .
. lion. Stephen Chad wick, secretary of
tate of Oregon, to reply to a quest iou
put by Senator Morton, chalrnian of com
mittee, testified that the first intimation
be bad of Watts being postmaster was
after toe election last November. Wit
Deis canvassed the vote of the state on
the day in the manner prescribed by law,
and nothing was said that day about
Watts being Ineligible lor the ottiw of
presidential elector. Witness did not
prepare the list of electors voted for
with the rote of each attached and under
the seal of the state. The governor pre
pared the liiU after looking up the law
on that subject, as he and witness in con
versation air reed to comply with the
acts of congress and statutes of Oregon
as nearly as possibv in this matter.
in reply to Senator Mitchell witness
laid there were no arms or armed men in
the capitol on the day the electoral col
lege met to my knowledge.
la reply to Henotor Kertian he said
Cronin received the highest number of
votes tor elector on the Democratic ticket,
which was 14,107. WatU received.15,200
vote. The official canvass was made
by me on the 4th of December, and the
electoral college met on the Cth inst.
The law of Oregon requires me to can
vass the vote in the presence ol the gov
ernor and other state officers on the day
following the canvass. The point as to
whether the governor had a right to ap
point Cronin in place of Watts as elector
was raised, as Watts was said to be Ineli
gible. There was a hearing on this subject
before the governor and n protest was
read IrotnOdell against Cronln's appoint
ment. On the 3lh Inst, a Mr. llodgklns
came to me and I gave him ccrlilied lists
of the (-lectors voted for with the vote ol
each attached. On the day that the elec
toral college met 1 went ut 12 o'clock to
the room of their meeting and handed
the certificates to Cronin, who came to
the door when I knocked. I think that
all the Hepublican and Democratic clec
tors were in the room at the time.
W. H. ODKM.,
Of Eugene City, Oregon, was next called
and testified Uiat ou the day ot the meet
lng of the electoral college he wci.t with
Cartwright and Watts to tho score.
tary of state to procure certificates ot
election ; was referred to the governor,
who stated that at 12 o'clock the ccrtili
cates would be glveu the electors in the
room ot their meeting. At the time spec-
tied Chad wick, secretary of state, handed
an envelope through the door to Cronin,
who stood nearest it at the time. Cronin
took a paper from the envelope and read
that part of It which certified that Cart-
wright, Odell and Cronin were eligible,
and had been elected presidential elec
tors, Cartwright went towards Cronin
when Cronin returned the papers to the
envelope and put it in his coat pocket,
and upon being requested by witness and
'art wiight to read the paper through he
refused. Ha declined to give up the certfl-
Icates of any ol the electors. The college
was organised, witness chosen chairman
and Cartwright secretary. As chairman
of the college witness asked Cronin to
produce the certlllcaU'. of the electors
tor Uie guidance of the college, ile de
clined to do ko. Wa thou; tendered
his resignation as an elcetor and it was
accepted. Croniu then said : "You re
tiae to recoguue me." Witness replied :
"No, sir. but we want the certificate.
You mutt not think thai we will not act
with you, and ym must never go from
here and say that we would not act with
you." Cronin left the part of the room
where the college was sitting, and the
college then proceeded to cast the vote,
Watts being elected to fill the vacancy in
the electoral college by bis own resigna
tion. Witness heard of no purpose to ar
rest any one on the day the electoral col
lege met. Saw no armed men, but have
inoe heard that there were twenty
lu the room near where the college met.
At this point the committee adjourned
until to-morrow, when the examination
of Odell will be continued, ( had wick
was also uotJnVd to be present, as the
committee may wish to recall him for
loi isuna's von .
'l ue Republican electoral vote of 1 ou
lsUna has been received by mail, but
tone U received jet by messenger.
IRK lKLt:cfui'n t ihi:.
Speaker J.'auctall received a di-patch
t.om New Orleans sayliij, that liarnes
had started r Washington, where lie
would arrive Saturday, Should there be
no quorum ol the bouvj to-morrow, the
liarne case will go over till Wednesday.
The committee, at the request of Sena
tor Kernan, ordered a sub-pu na to be Is
sued for K. A. Cronin. It was served on
blm this atterncoa lu this city.
1UK COMUlOMlsV. tOMMITTI .
The senate branch of the Joint commit
tee on counting the electoral votes bad a
long eiou again this moruiug and after,
noon. All tbe sessions thns tar have1
been devoted to the preliminary work of
examining and tliscustlng the historical
records bearing ou the general subject.
No proposition has been formally pre-
aentfd to tbe committee by any of iu
member. Oum of theui says tbe indica
tions are that no conclusion on any point
will possibly be reached by the senate
brancJi of tot CManiltU-e for everl days
at least, and that matters now before
ll ut are in such an uncertain condition
as to preclude a reasonable cor jet tare as
to tbe rceult of their deliberation".
(BLOOM'S I LkCTORW OTF.
The Hepublican electoral votes of Ore
gon were yesterday delivered to Senator
Ferry by (Jen. Odell In the presence of
Senator Mitchell. No receipt was given
Both sets of the Oregon electoral returns
have aWo been received by mail.
()cclal totU Republican.
A WORIl rifOM STK4KNS.
New Ori LANs, Dec. 20. Wednesday
night Packard telegraphed Gov.Stearnc,
asking if the kuprcme court UetUion
would change the Florida electoral vote
This is the reply:
"1 ALLAH Assbt, Dec. 27.
"Hon. S. B. Packard No. it defeats
me, but the electoral vote is unhurt by
the deciriion. 'M. L. Sikakn"."
Frank Powers and Weber arrived lu re
last night from Bayou Sara. They were
to be subpunaed before the house sub
committee there. Republican? are greatly
exercised over a rumored break between
(irant and the .Morton crowd. They are
certain that a compromise has been
cflectcd in Florida, whereby the Demo
crats are to have that state, and upbraid
Grant for entering Into such an arrange
ment. Now they lear that he may
TAK K Till 9AMK COIKSK 1IKKI.,
And those of them who have money up
on Packard's bein? the next governor
are withdrawing nil that they can.
They say, however, that they will have
the legislature and claim that Thomas
Anderson while in Washington got nn
order from Cameron direct for the dia
position of troops here on Monday. The
probable adjustment of
1 RE SOL'tll CAROLINA Ml HOI K
Does not please I.ouisina Republicans at
all. but only increases their anxiety as t.i
Grant's course. They will, however, at
tempt Packard's inauguration, and assort
that United states troops will assist them
if they call upon them. Kellogg yester
day begun the wholesale pardoning of
convicted criminals among them one
Telegraphs from the jetties that he has
secured the requisite width and depth
through the entire pass to entitle him to
the first installment. The channel now,
he says, is 20 feet deep and "J(0 feet
Mo ii til t'nrolinn.
KRHt'LT OK ISVKSTIIiATOV.
Colvvhia, Dec. 2!'. Dispatches say
the results arrived at by the Investigation
of the accountants employed by the
house committee to examine the election
returns give Hayes electors an average
of 000 majority.
While the committee did not go into n
formal Investigation of the vote tor state
olliccrs,they were obliged to do so inciden
tially iu investigating the electoral vote,
and members ot the committee say
Hampton and his state officers are elected
by majorities ranging from 1,100 down
wards. These statements are not offi
cially announced, however.
I Special to the Kcpiitilican
CONHLIXO'S APl'OIM MKXT.
WAsiijMiTON, Dec. 29. The substilu
tion of Conkling lor Logan on the sen
ate committee of seven has given great
satisfaction to all who look torwaru to a
lair and an amicable adjustment of the
question ol counting the electoral vote.
The extremists ol the Republican parly
fought hard to keep Conkling oil the
committee originally. It was with sup
pressed rage that they learned that he
must be placed on the committee. The
vacancy had to be filled by a member of
the judiciary or ot privileges and clec
tions committee. The duties and absence
of nearly all the members of the latter
committee narrowed the choice to the
judiciary, and Conkling' name could
not be passed over.
T1IK 1 Ol.OUAlMl CASK.
The members ot the Judiciary commit
tee making a minority report on the
Colorado case are all Democrats. They
are Ward, llunton, Ashe and Eyndo,
leaving but three DemceiMts on majority
report, Messrs.. Knott, Lord and Caui
lleld. Uy this division the minority hope
to gam strength on tho Democratic tide
ol the house and possibly carry their re
port through, which would keep the
member out of the house.
IIAVieiON 10 11AV1.S.
CoiLMBis, O., Dec. 2i. Judge T. J.
Mackey, of South Carolina, is here as
bearer of a letter from Gen. Wade llauip
ton to Gov. Hayes. The letter Has fol
EvKClllVi: C IIAMllKK. I
CoiiMBiA, Dee. 20,
M v Dkak Sir I have the honor to en
close a copy of my inaugural as the duly
elected governor of South Carolina, l-i
vlewot current events, ami the official
sanction given to gross misrepresenta
tion ot the nets and purposes ol the ma
jority of the good people of
this commonwealth. 1 tleeni it
proper to declare that profound
peace prevails throughout this state:
that the course of judicial proceedings Is
obstructed by no combination of citiens
thereof; and that the law? for the pro
tection of its inhabitant! In all their
rights; ol person, property and citi.en-
ship arc being enforced iu our courts.
While the people of this state are not
wanting either In the spirit or means to
maintain their rights ol citizenship
agaiiint the usuricd power, which now
dcties the supreme judicial authority of
the i-tute, the v have such taith Iu the
utice of their cau.c that they propose to
leave its vindication to the proier legal
tribunals, appealing at the same tune to
the patriot ietii and public sentiment of
the w hole country.
The mfUuiuiatory utterances of a por
tion ot the public press render it crliapg
not inopportune for ine to Ute that, al
though the people in South Carolina view
with grave concern the prcAcut political
conjuncture, iu the afl'ulrs of our country,
which threatens to subject to au extreme
test tho republican system of government
Itself, it U their firm and deliberate pur
pose to condemn any solution ot the ex
isting political problems that involves the
exhibition of armed force, or that made
throuth any other hannel than the rue
Si tibrd form o the constitution or the
peaceful agencies ot law, trusting that a
solution may be had which, while main
taining the peace ol the country,
sliill 1 no violence lo the constitu
tional 'nlcgunrds ot popular
rights, and will tend still more firmly to
unite the people of nil the states in an
earnest effort to preserve t lie peace, to
us t.ii n the law; and the constitution,
i am very respectfully.
Your obedient servant,
signed Waok IFavipium,
Governor of South Carolina.
To His Kvcellcnr.v It. It. II.ncs. tJoVeum t
P. S. As the settlement of the vexed
politieiil questions whl li now agitate the
publie mind must ultimately depend on
vourselt, or upon your distinguished
competitor for the presidency, I liave
addressed a letter similar to tMs to Hi
Excellency Gov. Tildctt.
Yours, Walk II miti.
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The Perfection of Light.
Family Safeguard Oil.
THE HORRORS AND APPALLING ACCIDENTS
Daily trai.sr irinir in tbe u-e ol Ihe iiiii tiow soi l ai illuminator', wLUli ire nu le Irota
l'ctroiruni. r.t.d tb want ol lontidtnce 111 tbs ptiliih mind a to tie crrtain
sufety of f nid Oil", has iii.lin.ed tbe iuti ; iiii tn,n ol
ELAIIIE hi ill
I.I.AI.SKi If, ) di-jf. r'irete-t n.d s.riif water vvLlte 10 e dor, Will Dot eld.)1e
vvdile liiiruln in u Inn p, nor hi anv oinr wav, as it does not toi.taln aiijr ol tLe eoia
ne e(.ii,iour,dB s (ttfjn. UU) nii Willi in the ordinal) DiN lor Illiiudn tlictf. A lump
tilled with KIAINt. il U.set or u. identall) l,rokn, Will not nolo. It? or hum T lure
is no position in whieh ou ear, imt a l.iii.p Idled with KI.A I N K for 1 oinuinii ne. in vv Llch
it will i-vi.lode. KLAIM. la i trita.ulv the ul-s I ainllv III. tnlualliig Oil stovvu. r.J
cm bi used in any ( oal ill or Ketosene IsUip. itiiout eL-u-e of buiutr.
V Ai A W Altftl l UK
Hy tLe lurort and I oioioi'-ioriei of tot
Contonnial Intornaticnal Exhibition.
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adoiited, after a thorough si It ntitie and i raetii al tr t, hy the
I'MIU) SI ATI I.OVKK1S.MKV T IK. II T-lli U .J I ikl'A tti'M K N I ,
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tor, Washington, I. t . 1
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and iiiangnrated ujrerior to any other oil iu ttie inirkrl.
( un he used in any lamp.
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82 W. Madison St., Chicsgo,
un. e niuniiow.
holtrtniir rvlut.of u-iH-oiii.,, tni tf bi lon
r .Msl In ihf i,-ia,,nl nf ,l VKKklkAL, kUHL m.1
t.HHOMO DlF ASKS thus su, Mli.r .,c,. l en,,,,
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II IS. Hka U. sll t rusr, Sl. murto .f JlU..
r Iks thrasl, ahls sr bar, lirfttM Tfa bhl.srsllil uc,,
I Kwlu0,: posoiM;, is bsll u.e luusl time. Mlcl; , sri.
.''"wssHoti. sura dkbilitt ss ism.
T ft l 1, & tle result wt eif Vur lu '.It. sH-luai (.xA.-a lu
iturr Ttrt, or oiU-r num, hKh' niuc mdi- at tb fi
losnfir vtlccu Krouii,, si fuitssti f-n.lsws-4, tit-uiirt, slioi
i of ijM. ArtKU-f tbcmory. io..U-s on Uir f.- .rli
ZCV. t"" "f rrr. i-w., r-Mnltn M A hKI AO DC
I Mr koi .H, rt (wraiftiirntli; ourM. tki)ftif i r
Uliusr to tl.e nU.4s. metii Its ,it fiv..j, tor two
srwtur I'lmii'. VliuiiUU, fcictuco or L fcsiliu.iiu.il. b
Kwoiu scat for U'lttt qJ irDUrmrn. Cufm furiif4.
MARRIAGE CUIDE(0R SEXUAL PATHOLOGY.
ih.l to U ttortf:r vark ot m btsUrsSl Iwn t mm, U4
s.u qs sn-fcLlt )nlurwftl'. fr sib sr tLWrs t .sI,ul,ii,
U.s.rr.s-. It ostcur.s U trir.L Ana svdtU rUk?vsV stboM
w(.uuuo 0r:a..d, 4ai ,4 w tm IU u 4 ,,r-
ssudf-aiu UrourfltiU-r .t.r. flu li mbra,. ..r,iAiJ
KMk ibn is a t (.Mkllahs l n ut at-r rk. rnssi, f fti L.uij.
A BOOK F0RTHE MILLIOIt;
Marriage' uifzm srisat;
Lullin I myicrtft b4 rfiatint.a wi
" " J u,. auo, JDtB Xt
Ift.tit lussMfcrtss is tit sdcsttM uf rprducuca, Lr4;r ii
tu eouis!Xiu. Ac.
Tbis) i u iDUrre.lltn Iro twBdrH mi tkitf
fgt. miih buatwfuui smurftTiLfi, sc.4 OstctsUA f &lu L.
u(;u.4tiou iwr ihM bo art tutr rlfel or conL-o..tu kt-
l l bbf lt.l OuybC to kr4 UUd'f Mfe
1-4 kty. atl n.)C Wft crlly tsuut too bbUM.
ll wutsuu u ijibtr.ot, - suj4 4c t m pbTaicUa
sTt-sH- rcuuiloy ft vori4 w4 and febwuld be lb lb prl
tsii vlrtr of vary sasveani Uu-t Usruuavol b atu
1um. JlftDbrswea ifr-'tL.itis; ott too ubjl uf tl. ctb-r-suv
jrtu-a, Oiat U worm luwsiuif, Ms4 MiMk Usai u j
. f ubtisaei it, tUj oiAr wrl
sibt w atif oii irro uf u)tas for Fifty (Watt.
AJlnr.a (Jr. Mutt AJlsy.a. tt Nv, 4 ,N, kibUt .;s
fa 1 LosMi, M-
Notice to the Afflictotf an4 Unfortunate.
hi lure aidylytng w tb ttb'oriuuc quacbsi bu adrrU l
t'bue tpfi. or usibf aiir tjua k rfioiai't. ik.tu Ui.
alii towrt, 00 Btaimr klisii )vw ill- t itt Co tuwi-
it Hutu woe up is drubla hOM nt lvDijrarD roo(bt
U tu&iwmi bf 00a of U. nosl lbraw4 aMtlieal rui
iwf t ID i owubtr; uS kurviw. aud iou t oibuittl p. r.
svuOsJJf or Uf oiail.vB dlsaMa iootibs4 to bit wJrii
r uui irkf, ; i Nurib aiMLUi ttriwi. Utaai
YsvlkrtMiU CI)4Mt. hi V ; !.
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jMatk TllGSG Facts.
Tt.t irhiiiiiny m ihr Wbolr Woild.
lii'lluwa) ' I'il'savr u.e
1 a 111 111 1) cue
' nnr Tills 11 if iiursl,,n4. ' '
'1 -imt li,i uiiullii i U,x, aud Irtii Itinn lu iliu
tif.ii,.. ' '
' lr. ll..lli.;i) tins iiui-d 11. v Lradailif Hut
Was I'llli.liil:.' '
1 guvv out- ui yunr I'lllt lu lli Lai lor I.OI -fra
in. 11 bus I Ih-dfai lillie iliui,' sul will iu n
day . ' '
"My iiatihta ,!' a luoiiiinu Is i,ci t uml "
'1 our box 11I lluliowitv a Uiimuvi.i curvl u.tr
uf niii.ii in tl. livud I iiiIiIm-iI soiiii- .f your
On tint-lit U In ml ihvrara, and 1m- uuii-hu It 11 "
"swiiil in.- two bu.xtsi I wunl uiie ur a imor
"1 riH'lusc' a diillar; your .m t is t ct uig, bui
Ihe llieilioiin. to in. ia wurlli aduilur."
'siniJ in,. Uv buxrs of yuur Tills. "
"l t mi- have Hire b of yuur 1'ills by re
turn mail, fur t hills and later."
I liiiveover 'J.sJ iuc.h testimoniala sslhtst, but
wunl olrj.su- cull H'la lui- to com Knit.
For Cutaneous Disorders,
And sll eruplion of the skin, tint Ointment is
iiiusi inviilualili' It d not heal externally
ulnUe, lint jii-ii. truti-s vvi III ll.e llio.l er. iniit
eUn'd lo ihe r y mot nl Ihe evil.
Invsr ul ly curt Hi,- follow inn diseased
Dlborder of tbo Kidneys
In all itiseae5 alfeetinK tliesp orsns. wbi llirr
tin r oi i n le ii, niurh or loo lillie vt aleroi
w In Iher Ihey lie alllii led w ith stone or (Travel, or
with Bi'lit'S ml u sell led in Ihe lulu over ihe
rep ions ol'liiekidiieyn, llu-.e I'ilU should be ta
ken iirvoidiuK I" Ihe iiillltd liirei'lioos. and liie
Olnlllii lil should he Well rul.beil into Ihe small ol
me ou. s m iii iiiu... ju treutneul Will alve
aliuinl iiniiiediiile relief when ull oilier means
For Stomachs Out of Order.
No liifdii'ine will au elVis-luully iiuinve Ihe
tour ol'lhe aloiaai-h as these fills; they remove
all acidity occasioned either by inteiiiueruuct for
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L'ntinn, lnllamiuaiiou, Jau- dice, l.iver l oiit
jiluiiitt, I.umbaa'u, I'l'fs. Itheumalisin. lieteo
lion of urine, .Scrofula or Kiuij's Kvil. ore
Thrnals, eilone and iravel. liivllouloiiretix.
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tbe medicine or vending the same, kuowinit
them to be spurious.
s hold at lue uisuuiaciury oi rruieaaor ixeL-
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druga-ita and tlealera in tuediciiie throughout
ha civilixetl world, ia buses t ceuls.
cents and $1 each.
r i here is coBsidcrablt saving uy Using tne
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