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" THE DECISION.
Thi Electoral Commlnlon and its
:.. wont .,
Will be Counted
' (Special ! St. UttlS Times.)
ITasbuiqtom, Feb. 1C Tlie notorious
Bradley returning board struck tttttom
tonight. After deciding by the inevitable
vote er eight to seren not to receive Usti
monfln the Louisiana case, it held an
other aecret session and made very abort
work ot the whole business by adopting
reaolutlon offered by Morton declaring
that the rote of Louisiana shall be giteu
to Ilayet aui Wheeler.
When the tribunal went Into secret soi
alon to-day to determine as to the recep
tion of evidence the friends of justice had
some hope. It was not long, however,
before It was discovered that there was
absolutely no cround for hope. The Re
publicans had secured their combination
bo perfectly that nothing could make a
bole in it. Hoar, ot whom at least some
display of fairness had been expected, In
troduced the laconically worded resolu
tion, 'that the evidence oflered be not re
eeived." Mr. Abbott, of Massachusetts made
Ave distinct attempts to Ret in a substi
tute, each declaring but in different lan
guagethat the returning board ot
Louisiana was au Illegal body, without
authority to canvass the returns. These
were all voted down, seven to eight.
Then Mr. Ilunton came forward with
a substitute declaring that the votes had
not been canvasse.1. and was followed by
Senator Bayard with one in favor of
bearing evidence as to the eligibility ot
electors. Justice Field then offered a
substitute in behalt of evidence on the
points presented by tne counsel for the
objectors. These were all voted down
by the party vote. When the question
recurred on the resolution of Mr. Hour
that evidence be not received, Mr.
Payne, of Ohio, made the ninth and last
attempt In behalf ot justice by moving to
strike oat the word "not." The same
party vote killed thU and Hoar's resolu
tion ru then adopced.
TBI DEMOCRATS AT SKA.
There la ooiuutierable difference of opin
ion among the Democrats as to the policy
to be pursued in the future. The pro
gramme to carry the canvass over the 4th
ot March, la la some danger ot being
disarranged by the weakening ot some
ot the membera. The Republicans are
bajnglng a tremendous pressure to bear
upon these men, aud have hopes of se
ducing enough Democrats to prevent the
carrying out ot tne Democratic pro
NOTHING TO BK EXPECTED.
It la very clear to everybody now that
nothing la to be expected from tne in
burial, the majority of which bai proven
-Itself worse than the returning board.
Its acts to-day were positively criminal,
and done with indecent haste. It was all
cut and dried. Hoar went squarely back
on his whole record, and Instead ot act
ing fairly as he bad promised to do, he
came to the front as the author of the
resolution to exclude evidence.
It will be Impossible to give any defl
nlte Idea of the future policy of the
Democrats until the present excitement
cools off. There Is utter demoralization,
and it Is no use to deny It. Everybody
seems to distrust everybody else, and
hardly two can be found to agree on any
line of policy. In fact the Democracy is
like a panic-stricken army to-night and
there teems to be a strong disposition on
every fellow's part to look out for him
self. But this feeling will soon be over
and then tome policy will be determined
upon. The Republicans nay make
some Inroads on tne Democratic strength
dui nardiy enough to prevent the policy
SCRUBS AT THE CArlTOL.
VTashugtok, D. C, Feb. 1C from U
until 0 o'clock this afternoon there was a
large erowd in front of the supreme
court doors, the number gradually In
creasing to more than 500. Members of
congress occasionally mixed with the
throng, awaiting impatiently the open
ing ot the court room, which did not
take place until an hour later than that
During all the alternoon rumors pre
railed about the capitol as to the decision
of the commission and the state ot the
tote. The reports were ao contradictory
as to be eoniuring, and therefore did not
gain credence. There was
MCC C0MIO.UEST EXCITXMB!.
Everybody supposed to have opportu
nlties for Requiring lnformtir,n tn the
proceeding of the eommUsion was sur
rounded directly u aDDeAid in
and Interrogated by several persons at
" ue. A more Inquisitive crowd
was never before, perhaps, seen at the
At 8 o'clock the counsel were sent for.
They bad been waitin for the summon.
In a private room f the supreme court,
an when advised that the commission
wert prepared to netlrt tLenlf thej
entered the room in a body. Some time
lapsea Bexore the door was opened to
members of congress and those who had
ticket! of admission, and when they
were opened a frantic rush was made for
she interior, which u soon uncomforta
bly CUed. . .
, .HI OOMMlSSlOM'f ACTIOS.
TUB flowing are the resolutions acUd
upoa.ty the oosRjRiesiou in their secret
eesiWa nd afterwards reported to the
oaoMlJ : :
Mr. Com? aubmltted the following :
Ordtrtd, That evidence be not received.
Mr. Abbott offered the following as a
Resolved, That evidence be received to
show that so much ot the act of Louisi
ana establishing the returning board tor
that state is unconstitutional, and the
acta of said returning board are void.
This was rejected by the following
Yeas Abbott, Field, Fay he, Bayard,
Ilunton, Thurman, Clifford 7.
Nays Bradley, Garfield, Morton, Kd-
munl. Hoar. Strong, Frelinghuysen,
Mf. Abbott oflered another substitute
rs follows :
Reo!rd, That evidence will be re
ceived to show that the returning board
of Louisiana, at the time of rsnvassing
and compiling the vole ol that state at
the last election In that state was not 1c-
eally constituted under the law establish-
in? it. in this that it was cotnposeu oi
lour rersons of one polituai party, in
stead ol tire persona ot diflerent parties
Rejected by the same vote.
Mr. Abbott then offered another subtli
Resdted, That the commission will re
ceive testimony on the subject of frauds
alleged in tne 8iecincation ol counsel lor
the objectors to certificates one and three.
Rejected by the same vote.
Mr. Abbott then offered a fourth sub
Resolved. That testimony tending to
show that the so-called returning board
of Louisiana bad no jurisdiction to can
vass the. vote for electors for president
and vice-president is admissible.
Kejected by the same vote.
Mr. Abbott oflered a tilth, which was
rejected by the miiiic vote, which was as
R'etoloed. Dial evidence is admissible
that statements and aflldaviu purporting
to have been made and torwarded to said
returning board in pursuance ot the pro
visions of section 20 of the election laws
of 1872, alleging riot, tumult, intlmida'
tion and violence at or near
certain polls, and In certain
parishes, were false and lubricated
and forged by certain disreputable per
sons uuder the direction and knowledg
of said returning' board. That said re
turning board, knowing said statements
and affidavits to be false and lorged, and
that none of such statements and aflMu
vlts were made in the manner or form or
within- the time required by law, did
knowingly, willingly and fraudulently
fail and reluse to canvass more than
10,000 votes cast, as is shown by the com
missioners ol election.
Air. Huatoii otfrred a aixth tmblitute
as follows :
Resolved, That evidence be received to
Drove that the votes cast aud given at
said election on the 7 th of November last,
as shown bv the return made by the com
missioners ot election tor said polls ana
voting places in said state, liave never
Deencompuea nor canvassed, ana tnai
said returning board never even pre
tended to compile or canvass the returns
by said commissioners of elections,
but that said returning board only
pretended to canvas the returns made by
state supervisors or registration.
Rejected by the same vote.
A seventh substitute was oflered by
Mr. Bayard as follows :
Resolved. That no person holding an
flee of trust or profit under the United
states is eligible to ne appointed an elec
tor: that this commission will receive
evidence tending to prove said Ineliri
bllity as offered by counsel for obectors
lor certificates one ana three.
Rejected by the same vote.
Justice Field oflered the eighth aud
last substitute as follows :
Resolved, That In the opinion of this
commission evidence is admissible upon
tho several matters which counsel for
the objectors to numbers one and three
oflered to prove.
This was also reiected by the same
vote, and-the question on the original
order submitted by Mr. Hoar came up,
viz. : That the evidence offered be not re"
Mr. Payne moved to strike out the
wora -noi. - iijecteu Dy the same
ine vote on tne original order was
then taken, and it was adopted by the
following vote: 1 eas Bradley, Ed
munds, Frelinghuysen, Garfield, Hoar,
Miller, Morton and Strong 8.
Nays Abbott, Bayard, Clifford, Field,
Ilunton, Payne and Thurman 7.
RRAPl'EARANCB OP COUNSEL.
Alter the conclusion had been reached
by the commission the counsel were ad
initted and the above resolutions were
read by the secretary. As soon as the
final rote had been taken, Justice Field
moved that the Injunction ot secrecy be
removed from the proceedings of the
commission, and it was adopted unani
Mr. Hoar inquired of the chair whether
any of the time to which counsel w ere
entitled under the order of the commis
sion remained, or whether it had been
The court replied that the time tor ob
jections to numbers one and three was
exbaasted. On the part of objectors to
certificate number two he believed ten
minutes remained, but the time had been
Mr. Payne moved that one hour be
given each side for mpective couuvtl to I
sn up the eM.
Ur. Garfii4 mid Uat U 4t kvj i-
reajy neen vaat uai t.j, il s.V:.i
have four and a fca'f Uart. aa.4 lL
time ahoold.be .ie4 u they eVwt to uut
interlocutory nestiofi. IU rs,t.tUivi
be ought to tAa. , the tvrJT e-1
sheald vote aaim the vjajuu. Om.
ael themselves ha J uA yet akd it.
Judre Clifford hviulred if tUy
satisfied to rest their cav;.
Mr. EvarU said thy were. atuf1
the case as It stood.
Justice Clifford aked if the oppwitg
counsel also agre4 to it. and Jung
Campbell said they had nothing to adj
under the circumstances.
Commholoner Abbott-I uadtisund
you, Judge Campbell, to say that the
commissioners Lave ruled out all the evl
dence you oflenwl, you have nothing
further to argue.
Judge Campbell-Yes, sir.
uuKviinora said the moUou
Commissioner Morton moved that
three bombers the commission be ap
points to prepare a report la the LouUh
na ease, and that a recess of so hour be
Commissioner Btroug said that the
quostion kad been feued upon was
thBquBsUoBolthefcdaiUslbUlty of tv"
denc, and he thought they now ought to
go into the merit ot the c ue.
THE IMPORTANT VJVESftON.
Then, on motion of ConimbMiouet
Hoar, the coramlssiou at 5:30 went into
secret session tor consultation.
Immediately after the doors were
closed Senator Morton oflered the fal
lowing resolution :
Resotvtd, That the persons named ai
electors in certificate No. 1 were the law.
tul electors of the state cf Louisiana. anJ
that their votes are the votes provided by
the constitution ot the United States sud
should be counted lor president and vice
president. This resolution was adopted by a vote
oi eight to seven as follows :
Yeas Bradley, Fdmund, Freliiighiiy
sen. Garfield, Hoar. Miller, Morton,
Nays Abbott, Bayard, Clifford, Field.
Unnton, Payne. Thurman 7.
Justices Miller and Bradley and Repre
sentative Hoar were then appointed a
committee to draft the report of the de
cision with a brief statement ot the
reasons therefor, to be signed by mem
bers agreeing therein, and to bo trans
mitted to the joint session of the two
houses as required by the electoral bill.
A recess of about one hour w as llien
taken to afford tunc for drafting the
report, which, upon the re-assemblinj of
the commission, was presented, aud after
being read was signed by Miller, Strong,
Bradley, Edmunds, Morton, Frelinghuy
sen, GarllcM and Hoar.
THE Rfcl'OR i
The report is to the following effect :
The electoral commission, having re
ceived certain certificates Hnd papers
purporting to be certificates of electoral
votes oft lie state of Louisiana, and cer
tain papers accompanying the saute, and
objection thereto, report that it lias duly
considered the same and has de
cided and docs hereby decide
that the votes was Win. Pitt
Kellopg, O. H. Brewster, A. B. Levlsse,
Uscar Jonriau, l'eter Joseph. .1. J I
Birch, L. A. Sheldon and Morris Marks,
named in the certificate ot Wtu. P. Kel
lorr. governor ot the said state, which
votes are certified by said persons as ap
pears uy me ueriiucaies suDraitteu to the
commission as aioresaid, marked num
ber ot.e bv said com mission, and here-
with returned, are the rote provided for
by the constitution of (he L'uited States,
and that the name are lawiully to be
counted as therein certified, namely :
eight votes for Rutherford It. Hayes, of
the Mate oi unio, tor presiuent, ana eignt
votes for ra. A. heeler, or the btateoi
New York, tor vice-preeident. The com
mission also decides and reports that the
eight persons first before named were
duly appointed electors in and by said
State ol Lonisiana.
The ground of this decision stated
briefly is substantially as lollows : That it
is not competent to go into evidence
aliunde as to the papers opened by the
president of the senate, in the presence
or tne two nouses, to prove that other
persons than those regularly certified by
the governor of the State of Louisiana,
and according to the determination and
declaration of their appointment were
chosen, in other words, to go behind
the certificate of the governor so far as it
is rounded upon the action ot the return
ing board. The report will also stale
that the commission could not receive
any evidence to snow that any
elector was Inellgiblo on the 7th of
November, the day or election, on
the ground that it was not essential to
show that an elector was eligible on that
day, so long as he was eilgiole when he
cast his vote in the electoral collecre. and
the fact appears that the alleged ineligi
ble electors, Isrewster and Levlsse, were
chosen to fill the vacancies caused by
their own absence from the college, and
there was no ineligibility at the time
they cast their vote.
I lie commission remained in session
until 9 o'clock, when an adjournment to
4 o'clock p.m. was ordered.
While the commission was in secret
session remarks were made by Morton
Thurman, Garfield, Bayard. Edmunds,
Ilunton, Hoar and Bradley, the last
named closing the discussion.
Hew He Procured Urn Iadiasn I
It' row the Xtw York kuo.)
In the records of his divorce, procured
in this country some years ago, we have
a novel chapter of the history of Dr.
flenry Schlleraann, who has become fa
mous the world orer through his discov
ery of the assumed site ot ancient Troy
and its most interesting remains, and Lis
more recent discovery, still in progress,
of the long lost and deeply buried Greek
city of Mycen, with 1U golden treas
ures, works of art and anatomical relics
of the primitive heroes and demi-gods.
Dr. Schliemann has himself celebrated
the praises of his pr.nt wife, w ho ac
companies him S'xl assists him
in Lis exploration, and he La made no
attempt to cover up the feet of his sepa-
rauoB ira U first wie. Elrbt vears
a' 1 ux.. IU iAiwv la Judiawp.
i. pyr.jf tu'f.ih lo gtt
t Aw r tM then eiUt.
hriiv fa?.., w.v L ji Ujtiuil tjuut
f -uUliAtve tiv?, Jtt papers
a4 "4 is, v. fJUutA the
4.'"', W. lM.ftaiom.
i.A U'yut tiJt fA&ft an1 en.
t7l stpxy Uwr in llar&p: which
h4 It 03gU hU 1.U',L. If; fiftt
a liuuiiu by i;rth, a&d uunM to
him In '.-i.i. was evident! a UAj
tit strong loind an UeU:rutioed
will, bit wotiid not Ujtwt to thU coun
try wber he bad tken up his quarters,
and tells him she bad sworn a solemn
oa'h not to leave Kmm'a; and It w as on
th's grounJ he procured the divorce. He
u evidently determined te have a wile
who would travel with hlin. At taut this
may be Inferred ; for w know that hU
first wife positively refused to do it ; and
we know that hU present wife, who U a
Homeric scholar, has always been along
with biin durlnjf the recent years of his
adventures In Asia Minor, Greece and
elsewhere. We must sympathize with
the original Mrs. Schliemann In her uii.
fortune; but yet, considering Dr. Scull.
mann's recent achtevemenU, we cannot
blame him for carrying out his deter
mlnstlon to be an uplorer.
4 iailBmrnl Aln rnlonel
rrlon lr MO.OVO.
( rroni the C.loW Drtnocr t. lath .)
The supreme court of the state of Illi
nois has jmt rendered a decision in the
celebrated cae of the Kinney heirs vs.
I.. D. Morrison, which suit involves
the possession of one of the most valua
ble farms aud the finest country residences
in Southern Illinois. The case was com
menced on behalf of the heirs by a youn
lawyer of the Belleville bar in 180ft, and
although the ma'orlty of the members ol
the bar were ot opinion that the heirs
had no case, the recent dct.i-ion ol the
supreme court gives judgment in their
favor for $30,900. The suit was com
menced by o bill in chancery to set aside
deed, on the ground of collusion
and fraud. The land, which
consists of r, 10 acres, situ
ated three miles northeast of Bcllville, on
the Lebanon road, was purchased by Col
onel Morrison, at executor's sale for a
sum bordering close on to $ 10,000. Since
the purchase he has improved the prem
Ises bv the erection of an elegant man
sion at an immense cost, and which is
known to the surrounding country as
"Glen Acidic" The supreme court. In
its decision, directs the circuit court to
enter a decree which permits tho heirs to
redeem the place in ninety day3 after the
decree is entered by paying Morrison
$90,000. If they full to do so, Morrison
then has ninety days in which te pay
them $30,000 aud take the place. If he
does not do this, the land is to be sold
and Morrison is to get $12,000 ; then the
heirs get $30,000; then Morrison gets
$43,000 more, and the balance, if nuy, is
divided, the heirs getting one-fourth and
Morrison t'iree-i'ourths. The premises
are valued at $120,000 by the court, and
even in these times they arc w orth every
cent of that amount.
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Symptoms of a Diseased liver.
1)A1N in the rij-ht side, under the
edge of the ribs, increases on pres
sure ; ometinies the pain is in the left
side; the patient ia rarely able to lie
on the left side ; sometimes the pain
is felt under the shoulder-blade, and
it frequently extends tn the top of
the shoulder, a:.i i. comet imes mis
taken for a i hi in: : iic):i in the arm.
The stomac h h:.'.'y.. u d with loss of
appetite and si hi i-cc ; t lie bowels in
general are o-ii c , t.-i times alter
native with la ; ! tail is troubled
with pain, ai n i. . n: d v. itii a dull,
luavy ser.sriior, im tU- U. k part
There iserer. a .
of memory, ai :i , . Mdwiihapain
ful sensation c.f bating l.l"i mulone
something v. l.i. It uJ,t to have been
done. A uligl.t, dr t oiih is some
times an attendant, i 'J lie patient
omplair.s of veniinc-sand debility;
he is easily slaitkd, his feet arc cold
or burning, and ht. ( omplains of a
pri kly sensation .f the !.kin; lu's
spirits are low; :ir;-i aitiir.uyii he is
5atisfiel that exen i e would be bene-
final to luii, yet he can scarcely
summon up lortituce Ciiough to try
it. in ia t, lit r,i;.tru-ts every rem
edy. Several of the above yymn.
wms aitenu ii:e o.-e:.se, but cases
have occurred w litre flw of them ex
isled, yet txr.ir.inr.tion of the body,
after death, has m.mvh the i.ivfr to
have been txtti.si,lv dei ui-.'td.
ao in: am. i i;yi;r.
Dr. ('. MU.am.'s !,ij: pH.Ls,
in cacf.s or Au f. am. J"i vi k, when
taken with Qui, int. ; re productive
of themo.- t hapj ; r: uii. No better
cathartic r.;i b.' : .', preparatory
to, or after t.;kii hiiaine. We
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as a t'iinple j r. :
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