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tffcf y CoMtitute aa Obdurate Fac
. tioa In Illinois' Capital.
'Withholding Their Vote from
Sithar Logan or Palmer.
I Bit! ntmt fr.
(Special to the St. Louis Republican.)
gi-RiNGFiEi-D, Ills., Jan. N5.-To-day
tb we&tlicr was as mixed as the politi
cal horizon here. The streets are glazed
with treacherous Ice, and snowy, sunny
and cloudy Interval alternate, aeeoiu-
Ianted bj zero temperatnre.
- . THE VISITORS.
Notwithstanding this meteorological
rondition, crowds wended their way to
the state ci4ltolto look la upon tht jrvn
...i ..aomVtir in its eficrts to elect a
a;, l a.sw
United States senator.
The rallerlaa were almost exclusively
given up to the large number of ladies
who took an Interest in tne proceeuings
Mrs. Logan took lier seat in tho front
seat ot the gallery on the Democratic siue
ot the house of representatives, ana tii
rectly back of Itoprexentative Callon, one
ot Palmer's seconds. When the excite
ment rau high and applause was given tor
bcr husband she was particularly notice
able as she raised in her seat and waved
her large lur muff over her head.
Many ot the other ladies showed their
favoritism for the "respective candidates
by waving their handkerchiefs when the
nominees' names wore mentioned. The
aisle around the legislative chambers
were crowded with men, the most prom
inent and well known politicians and
officials of the state. Tho special lion
red guests of the senate were United
States ex-Senator O. U. Browning, Got.
Glenn and Gen. Singleton.
In the house the honored guests who
were Invited to scats on the speaker's
platform, were lion. William Smith, ot
McLean county, who was speaker of the
bouse In 1571 when Logan was elected to
the United States senate ; Mr. James P.
Boot, ot Chicago, chairman of the Be
publican national committee, Western
division, and Mr. Oberlr, editor of the
Each branch of the legislature voted
separately and in their respective balls
for United States senator.
The flity-one senators answered the
roll-call, and after transacting -some mi
nor business, proceeded at eleven o'cioeic
to the special order, that ol the senatorial
Senator Dearbon, of Mason county,
nominated Gov. John M. Palmer. This
nomination was seconded by Senators
Archer, of Tike count? i llanua, oi
Wayne, and Arntzen, oi Adams.
Senator Whiting, of Bureau county,
nominated lor re-election Senator John
A. Logan. Senators Hunt, of Edgar, and
McClellan, ot Jo. Daviess county, sec
onded the nomination.
Senator Parish, of Saline county,
placed ex-Congressman William B. An
derson, of Mount Vernon, In nomination
and was seconded by Senator Plumb, of
Senator Buchler, ol Chicago, nomina
ted lion. . B. Washburne.
The speeches were creditable oratori
cal efforts and were entertaining to the
persons in the galleries and lobbies.
As the secretary called each senator's
name the choice for the position was
proclaimed in clear, audible tones.
Was as follows :
For Palmer Messrs. Archer, Arnt
zen, Brewer, Brink, Dearborn, DeLany,
Hanna, Herdman, Ilodges, Ilocner, Ke
hoe, Kronie, Lee, McDowell, llainey
Kobinson, of Cook ; Scott, Shutt, Smith,
South worth, Thompson and Ware 22.
For Logan Messrs. Bash, Bonfleld,
Castle, Davis, Dement, Early, Fosdlck,
Hamilton, Hunt, Jotfyn, Marshall, May
borne, McClellan, Mills, Moderwell,
Morgan, Kiddle, Kobinson, of Tazewell ;
TallUAsrro and Whiting 20.
Tor Anderson Messrs. Brown,Frantz,
Glassford, UarrolJ, Jones, Parish and
Senator BuebAer, a Republican, voted
Senator Haines, Independent Republi
can, voted lor "blank," and was so re
corded and credited as an absentee.
The recapitulation shows a Democratic
vote of 22, Republican 20, Independent 9.
James, Redr.te.KlolbiUsa, Koplln.Konka,
Utlmer, Lcepcr, Llndsey, tatt,
Matthews, Mitchell, Monyhan, Morris.
Morrison, ol Morgan', Neal, Nevltt,Uak
wood. Pierce, of Pope ; Phillips, of
frank-lint Powers, Banner. Keea, e-
man, llocne, itoss, iwww, ocv.t
Sherman, Slttig, Smith of Tazewell;
Taggart, Taylor, of Cook, Thomas
Thompson, Tlce, Tierney, Tyrrell. Wells,
WesUall, Wheeler. Wilkinson. Winter,
Wood, Woodward, Wright, Zenn and
Mr. Speaker 77. . . . . K
For Palmer Messrs. Albright, Arm
strong, Berry, Bibb, Boyd, Brown, Buck
master. Busoy, Callon, Cannon. Con
nelly, Cronkrite, Davis. Dennis. Dunne,
English, Fosbcnder, Fritts, Grcnnell,
Hall. llallejr, Uetternan, Hendrlckson,
Hcrrinston. Hoirce. Irvin. Jay Kearney.
Kine. Klehtn. Mace, McCreery, McKln
lav. Merritt. Mooneyham, Morse, Mor
rison, ol Christian ; Palmer, Pearce, of
Maddlson; Phillips, of Montgomery;
Powell, Kaley, lUmscy, Keabum, Ren
ville. Robinson, ol Fulton ; Robinson, ol
Kflimrhain: Rogers, Kourke, Sexton,
Sherid-in, Smith, ot Cook ; Smith, of San
gamon ; Stowell, Taylor, of Kankakee,
TruesJVl, Vandeventer, Voss, Walker.
Wall, Washburn, Watklns, Wentworth,
Whltaker. ol McDonald; Whitaker, ol
St. Clair ; Wllderman and Williams C7.
For Davis Messrs. Allen, Asliton.
Clover, llerron, Hickey, Jack and Pin
For Lathrop Mr. Easton.
Absent Mr. Boydston, Republican, of
Messrs. Albright, Cronkrite and Sex-
tots who are considered as Independents,
voted for Palmer. Hickey, a IKituocrat,
voted for Davis.
Recapitulation Logan, 77; Palmer,
67 ; Independents, 8.
The total of both houses Logan, 07 ;
Palmer, 89 ; Independents, 17,
As the house of representatives ad
journed the members gave an exhibition
of their good feelings toward each other
by proposing and giving three hearty
cheers for the candidates on the opposite
ablna frn thorn.
The ladies came down from the gal-1
aa it 13 votes have been given to Hayes,
eonnttnr Louisiana, Florida and Oregon,
but not North Carolina,nd we trust the
latter will turn out, when returns are all
in, to have gone for Hayes. If, however,
It has not, and the state Is close, and
there has been intimidation or fraud on
the part of Democrats, we trust .that
your Republican governor will not glvo
any certificate to the electors. The gov
ornor of Oregon Is a Democrat, while
North Carolina Is tho only close state
necessary to the Democrats, where wo
have a Republican governor. They mnst
not be allowed fairer play in North Car
olina than we get in Oregon. H'ls is
Important and confidential.
It was signed, W. E. Chandler.
The following telegram was ndJrcsscd
to Geo. C. Gorham, San Francisco
Nov. 8. :
IfOreeon is Republican use utmost
diligence to watch and get in and have
announced the vote from every locality.
Democrats will press (trover, hence the
importance of no delay in establishing
the result. You better go to Oregon."
The above was dictated byWm.'E.
Chandler and probably signed by htm,
though it may have been signed by 'A.
The following telegram was ulso sent
to Gorham on the same day :
Democrats getting desperate. They
will stop at nothing to wrest victory
Irom us. important mat you glioma go
at once to Oregon.
The following telegram was addressed
to Attorney-General Williams:
Washington, D. C, Nov. 8. Oregon
reported Republican and will elect
Hayes. Telegraph several eitizeus of in
tegrity In Oregon to watch and get In
and have announced the vote from every
locality. We have telegraphed Mitchell.
Democrats will press' Grover, hence the
importance ot tho delay in establishing
Witness could not say whether this tel-
gram was signed by Wra. E. or Z
Chandler. Witness was at Tallahassee
Florida, 12 November, and addressed to
Z. Chandler the following telegram :
Gov. Stearns aud Congressman l ur
man telegraphed from a point iu cieor
lery and thronged on the floor of the I gia that the operator at Tllahwec,
house, fflvlnir compliments and paving Florida. mtJMousif withholds and dis
graceful attentions to the member .Wc.oscsall dispatches from them
Both houses adjourned until to-mor
row,-when a Joint ballot will be taken.
The Democrats held a caucus to-night
and decided not to limit the number ot
ballots to be given to Palmer, and
passed a resolution that no excuse ex
cept death would be taken for absence or a
failure to vote. Indications are that Pal
mer will get ninety-one votes aud Lo
gan ninety-nino to-morrow on joint bal
lot. The friends of Gen. Singleton are
taking up a scheme for having the Dem
ocrats to nominate him If Palmer is with
drawn, claiming that they can draw all
of the Independent votes.
Batch of Telegrams Spread
Before the Committee.
his removal. Send special message to
Orton, who acted promptly. Will you
Signed M. A. (.'lancet.
Committee then adjourned until tomorrow.
Is expected to come around to-morrow
morning. It Is thought that the bill go
ing Into congress with an unanimous re
port will nlvo it suc i moral support as
to carry it through the two houses with
out much delay.
THB CONTEMPT OP T11K RRTCRSIO HOARD.
There Is no doubt of tho passage to
morrow of tho report of tho judiciary
committee on the contempt of the Louis
iana returning board. The vote will not
be strictly partisan, but the tew Demo
crats who have extreme statc-riitht views
wlli be oflset by Republicans who nro
more sincere In their opinions than the
present leaders ol their party.
IN THK CABINET.
The Louisiana case was up In the cab
inet to-day but nothing is decided upon.
One or two members wero in favor of
recognising Packard, but this could not
be carried. The president said to-night
that he could not rccognizo either gov
ernment until ho had more evidence.
He distinctly says that by his dispatch to
Augur that he did not intend to commit
himself any more than he hud previously
Madame unit Her Yonlhfnl Itiiahnnil.
(Washington Cor. Pittsburg I hmnicle. )
Bergmann no longer, but of that here
after. She was the daughter ef the
wealthy McCallister, ol Philadelphia,
some years dead. Her father acquired
his wealth In one of the higher branches
of mechanism, probably ns a manufac
turer of optical instruments. While she
was the Miss McCallister. sho was the
Intimate friend ot Miss Harriet
Lane, and as such was a frequent
visitor at the White House during
the reign ol Buchanan. It was
this fortunate intimacy that intro
duced her to the society of foreign di
plomats, and brought about her ac
quaintance with Baron Bergmann, a
member of the Austrian legation. The
baron had position, but no money. The
lady had some position, but more
money. Each wanted what the other
had most of. They were married, aud
the arrangement was convenient and sat
istactory to both so far as the world
is Informed. While here in a dip
lomatic capacity, the baron was
recalled. aoti madaiue resided With him
several years In Europe. 11 dil about
ten years ngo, and after his death her
father built her a fine brown stone man
sion ou I street, near Nineteetb, where
she has resided with her only child, a
daughter, Cauiille, about fourteen years
She inherited, in addition to his great
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ANNOUNCEMENT FOB 1877.
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1. A new serial story,
''The Marquit of .oxt,"
by George MacJonald.authoroi "Maleom,"
Alee Korltes." "Kobcrt Falconer," etc.
To those of our readers who are familiar
with "Malcolm,'' this new Btory from
the nen of this distinguished writer will
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the lJecembtr part, will be furnished gratis
to all new milisoritipps for 1x77. I
. A. nrofuaelv Illustrated scries Of
Sweedish, Setnery an t Li fe,
by Prof. Wiilard Kiske. of Cornell I'niver
sity.whois thoroughly tami'iar with Sweden
and its People from personal observation.
8. A series of popular papers on
The Perfection of Lights
Family Safeguard Oil.
THE HORRORS AND APPALL. K(i ACCIDENTS
Daily transpiring in the Use of the (His now sold as Illuminators, which ate made ttoiu
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THE FINAL COUNT.
The Joint Committee of the
House and Senate Agree.
A Method of Counting the Elec
toral Vote Presented.
With the Unanimous Approval of
The Claims of the President of the
Important ay ad dBliaatlal" Dire
Iiuii to Republicans la OrCKttu,
L.atelaaa ana t'larlda.
The Bights of the two Ileuses in
the Count Defined.
TBI SENATORIAL ELECTION
Was taken up at 11 o'clock.
Mr. Morrison, of Morgan county, nomi
nated Logan. The seconds were Messrs.
Crooker, of La Salle couuty ; Morris, of
Hardin county, and Sherman and
Thompson, of Chlcasro.
Mr. Ilerrington, of Kane eounty nom
inated Palmer. X he seconds were
Messrs. Armstrong, ot LaSalle county,
and Callon, of Morgan county.
Mr. llerron, of Bureau county, noml
nated Judge Davis. The second was Mr.
Plnney, of Will county.
Mr. Easton, liepublican, of Chicago,
lo a speech which bad the earnest and
watchlul attention of all parties, broke
out of th ranks and nominated William
Lathrop, of Boone count.
All the sptrtcbes, aud especially those
of Messrs. CaUon and Crooker, were
brilliant with elocutionary and patbetie
flashes of polish! wisdom, and were
treely applauded by the audience.
tub voi a
For Logan was as follows t Messrs.
Abel. Baldwin, Bartbolow, BUilfeUlt
Black. Bower, Browning, Budlong, By.
era, Chambers, Chesky.CoUier, Crooker.
Curtis, Dewey, Erans, ol Bond ; Erans,
of Kaua; Fountain, rotcu, Fox, Oil
bert, CU1, Ooodrlct, Graham, Granger,
Gray, lleskt, Jiollikter, UopkUis, Uurd,
Washington, Jan. 10. M. A.Clancy,
stenographer of the national liepublican
committee, was recalled and In reply to
questions referred to his short-hand
notes, reading from them origiual dralts
of telegrams sent to Florida as follows :
Xaw Yokk, Noy. 8.
Got. Stearas, TlLa &-&, Fla :
Grave importance attaches to the elec
toral rote of your state, and we invite
your most careful supervision of all the
official receiving, counting, returning
and canvassing of the votes of every lo
This dispatch was signed by either Z
Chandler or W. E. Chandler.
; ' Jiitw Yok. Nov. 8.
Gen. Martin, Tsllahaasee:
We are absolutely certain of ISO votes
for Hayes if your state is sale, and Til
den Is sure of the rest Can you certainly
defeat all Democratic attempts by fraud,
false counting, or bribery to capture it
Auswer when sure.
A copy ot tho above dispatch was sent
to S. U. Packard, New Orleans ; Gov. D.
H. Chamberlain, Columbia, S. C. ; Sena
ator John II. Mitchell, Portland, Oregon.
and Geo. C. Gorham, Sau Francisco.
New York, Nov. 8
Te r.eu. Martin :
If your state has gone - for Hayes,
Democrats will leave nothing undone to
take It from us. All rosy deitend on
your vigilance. Be on guard every-
You luust watch and (ret la and
announce the true returns from every lo
cality without delay. Spare no palui
nor proper expense to carry these points.
Keep me advised and telegraph me your
exact majority as soon as possible.
This was signed cither by Z. Chandler
or W. E. Chandler, having been dictated
by the latter on the 8th ot November.
Tke following dispatch was addressed
to both Senator Conover and Kepresen
tatlve Purman : "See my dispatch ,to
Martin. I se utmost diligence and vigilance."
the following dispatch was sent to
Thomas B. Keogh, chairman ot the Re
publican state committee of North Caro
lina, signed and dictated by Vm. E.
Niw Yobk, Nov. 8.
Two friends of yours leave here at
A Board of
to Act aa
(Special to the St. I-oui RepubliCAD.)
AN AGREEMENT REACHKD.
H ashinuto.n, Jan. 1C The joint com
mittee on counting the electoral vote has
virtually arrived at an agreement, and
there is the liveliest excitement here to
night to get some of the points of the
plan. Your correspondent is enabled,
by the lact tliat to-suorrow's Republican
will not arrive here tor two days yet, to
give a full abstract ol the plan and exact
state ol affairs iu the committee. The
bill ignores the question of the vice-presl
dent s rights, and by the nature of it as
sumes that that offlcial cannot eouut and
declare the votes.
TUB FIRST SECTION
Orthe bill is about the same as the lirst
section of Morton's bill of last winter,
and is, in substance, as follows :
This section provides for the assembling
of the convention on the second Wednes
day of February. One teller shall be at
pointed by the senate and two by the
bouse, to whom are to be handed the cer
tiflcates as they are opened. '1 be tellers
read and make a list of these votes in the
presence of tho two houses. This hav
ing been done, the result is handed to
the president, who dlaresthe result. If,
upon reading the votes, any objection is
raised, where there are two sets of re
turns, these returns are referred to the
board of arbitrators where objection is
made, and It there is only one return the
bouses separate and decide as heretofore.
THE SECOND ARTICLE
Provides for a board ol arbitration com
posed of live members ol the senate, live
member! of the house and live members
of the supreme bench longest in service.
The ides of dropping auy one of these
by lot has been discarded, because It was
exceedingly distasteful to many ot the
coiuiuiuee. 10 was board all cases
where there two sets of returns are to be
referred. The report of this board ol
weann, ner iaiucr s cosuy iiaiuunps, ,)V Edward Straban (Earl Shinn), author
whicb, during bis lifetime, was consid-1 "The ew liyperion," etc.
ered the lluest collection In the country.
She was chosen some years ago to repre
sent Pennsylvania as one ot tho vice re
gents of the Mount Vernon association,
probably because she was Madame Berg
mann, and the association has a weak
ness for aristocratic soundings.
She has lived; in a style corresponding
with her wealth, and has distinguished
herself by her fondness lor society and
attractiveness of her grand receptions..
In appearance she Is attractive, dresses
richly and Iu good.tasts, and Is as hand
some as most ladies at forty-five.
ltlnn the past month she was mar
ried to Mr. J. Scott Laughton, a mem
ber of the Engliuh legation, and again
the Grundyi atllrui that she married for
position and he for wealth. lie is a
score of years his senior, but what is that
to a bold Uritisln-r, who hangs up his
hat in a palatial home, and pockets $12,.
At the present time herself and her
youthful attache are leaders of fashion.
They are hooked for dinners aud dances
and everything thai Is jjoing. 1 hey are
tulnlline destiny aud contributing to the
general good in such an assortment of
delightful ways that society could not
get on without them.
4. lllustrateu Sketches of Travel, entitled
Picture from Spain,
by Edward King, author of "Tho (Jreat
.'). Mrs. Lucy 11. Hooper s Intercetini; aud
Pajttrs and letters from Paris
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The Eeaulut of the Rhine.
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series of papers.
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o'clock this p.m. Meet them at tho de
pot at Raleigh.
Another tslcf ram was sent to the same
party, as follows : "Don't give up your
state until the remotest returns come in
Uayei elected by one majority, if we
have carried Florida, Oregon and Louis
lan a. Meet your friends at depot.
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