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" THE INIQUITY.
The Louisiana Decision of Brad
Aeilea sf the) Daer4U nr.
VftMmaxmtu Feb. 10. The Lonso to.
da postponed 1U action on the Louisi
ana decision and took a wcess until
tosaorrw in order to get Udm lor the
Deaoerata to make one grand protest all
aronnd whicn ean go before the country.
TH DKMOCEATIC CACCUI.
A Dcmocratio ciucui was called to meet
immediately after the adjournment, but
after a brief aeMion it was dUtnUsed till
thU eTinlnj. To-night, after an erect
ful acssion, a resolution was adopted In
Uyor of postponing further action till af
ter the decision in the Oregon cao is
rendered. It Is understood that no dilat
ory tactics will be adopted. The aggre
gate protests of the house will be embod
ied In the report o( the caucus committee
of flte. consisting of Messrs. Uuru, ad-
koft ctn.i.tn. T.mde and Gibson, and
upon mat re pun ia Uemocrcy will ap
peal from the tribunal to the country
Some call this a surrender, others call
it a retreat in good order, but call it
what yon may, it is not victory.
6EXSATIO.X ABOCT COXKLIXO.
After! the joint session of the two
houses had separated to-day, a rumor ran
through the capital that Senator Conk-
ling bad Intimated he would make a
pech against the decision in the Louisi
ana case. It was very generally credited
for a time and created great excitement.
rThea the tote was taken, " however,
Conkling was not even on nana to go
upon the record.
The joint session will meet again to
morrow, and In all probability proceed
with the states down to Oregon, when
there will be another hitch and delay of
a tew days. The Democrats, without a
leader, hare about lost their grip, and
there does not seem to be eaergy enoutrli
leit to do anything.
a TIMELT SCCGESTIOX.
The Union, the Democratic paper
edited by Montgomery Blair, in its issue
to-day urges the Democratic majority in
the house to rally to the rescue of South
Carolina and Loui&iana from Republican
rule by reluslng to pass aay appropria
tion bill for the army or navy which does
not recognize Hampton and Nicholls as
lawful governors ot these states.
Daring the day there has been consid
erable talk about impeaching Mr. Justice
Bradley on the charge of having been
bribed. There is said to be evidence of this
accessible, and it Is possible a resolution
for impeachment may be introduced to
morrow in the house.
TSK DEMOCRATIC CAUCUS.
(T Um Western Associated Press.)
r ashetqton, leb. 17. About one
s--J - - J MmHe mramm Timamant a
taj, representative Clymcr presiding.
Representative Vance, of Ohio, offered
a resolution similar to that of Kepresont
ative vTalllngat Saturday night's caucus,
asserting that the Democrats should avail
themselves of all legislative means to de
feat the acts of the commission. The res
olution caused much discussion, but was
not voted on.
Kepressntatlve Mills, of Texas, oflered
a resolution declaring an exigency con
templated by the constitution having
arisen, neither candidate for the presi
dency haying a majority ot the electoral ,
vote ; therefore, 1
Resolved, That the house should at once
i'raeea m voce lor president
Representative Springer, Illinois, of
fered a resolution reciting that Hampton
ub loienous are legally elected gover
nors of South Carolina and Louisiana
respectively, and that an amendment be
made to the appropriatioa bill confining
the operations of the troops to the fron
.representatives Randall, Hooker,
Mow, jucaaaon, Jones, of Kentucky,
crujjer, x-oppieion, v ailing and Mills,
uvorea ine aaopuon of the pending reso-
inon, and Representatives Uunton,
Harris, f Virginia, Buckncr and Dur
ham expressed themselves against all
Representative Brown, ot Kentucky,
offered a resolution the same la substance
aa that adopted on Saturday night, de-
eianng mat the electoral count shall pro
teed without dilatory opposition, but
stroagly protesting agaiuit the action of
a majority of the commission who signeJ
the decisions in the Florida and Louisi
Representative Brown said he had re
ceived Intimation, trom nume.rc,.
aourcee that a reaffirmation of the cau
cus action of Saturday was necessary.
He did not, however, pre the resolution
but yielded to Representative McMahon
who moved that the caucus take a recee
until after the count of the Oregon vote
In Joint session ol the houses. The mo
tioa was carried. Those of the caucus
who favored extreme measures did not.
wing to a large preponderance of the
conservative element, ask tor a difiilou
the questions presented, nor was a
ote taken on any one of them except
w recess. The caucus stand by their
tt of Saturday night.
wwrrtQM to th decision
tlmaT refcM 10:50, th
wr. crowded m tuual ou Xj
unt 1. to proceed. V Un tU
Procltely at eleven thn u,..t. , .
prMiding officer tM . rLe ioini
7 " r"wato the certift,
caUn uom the Uu of LouUUna harln.
eeoa uboutUd to the commUi3n, the
iwo koaaea hire rcouTued to recti,.
aa ooanaeT W oocuioo of the tribuoia
writing by a majotlty of the commis
sioners and stgned by the majority of
commissioners agreeing there te."
It la in language the same as the de
cision given In the cas3 ot Florida, with
the dlflerence that where the latter recites
"the commission has declded'the words
the present decision are, "the commis
sion has by a majority or vote tieciuea.
The decision having been read, tne pre
siding officer asked whether there ere
any objections to the decision.
MR. OIBSOS S OeUECTIOrS.
Mr. Gibson presented objections to the
decision on the ground that the commis
sion has refused to receive evidence which
had been oflered, and had decided that
the vetcs mentioned in certificate one and
three should be counted for Hayes and
Wheeler, such evidence to the contrary
notwithstanding. The paper recites at
great length the proceedings of the com
mission, but the point ot It is tne rejec
tion ol evidence. It is signed by most
Democrats in both houses.
Finally, when the reading was ended
an opportunity was given members who
had not vet ilrned the paper to step rip
to the clerk's desk and affix their names
Thit "f' more time and added to the
jLt 12:43 p.m., the joint convention was
again called to order and the presidin
officer asked whether there were an
further objections to the decision.
Senator Wallace presented objections,
which were read.
roKTV VLUf KtrAliC 1UK ft ULIC
DR. C. MSLANE'S
SYMPTOMS OF WORMS.
THE countenance is pale and
leaden -colored, with occasional
flushes, or a circumscribed sjxrt cm
one or both cheeks ; tlie eyes become
dull ; the pupilsdilate; an azure semi
tirclo runs aloitj the lower aye-lid;
the nose M irritated, nwelh.ettul some
times bleeds; a swelling of the upper
lip ; occasional headache, with hum
ming or throbbing ot the cars ; an
unusual secreiion of saliva : slimy or
furred tongue ; breath very foul, par
ticularly m the morning; appetite
variable, sometimes voracious, with a
gnawing sensation of the stomach, at
others, entirely pone; fketing pains
in the stomach ; occasional nausea
and vomiting; violent pains through
out the abdjmen ; bowels irregular,
;it times costive ; stools slimy ; not
iinfre'i'icntly tinged with Mood;
Ix-Uv swollen and hard ; mine tur
bid : resuiration occasionally diffi
cult, and. accompanied by hiccouch ;
coiiKhsometitncsdry and convulsive;
uneasy and disturbed sleep, with
grinding of the teeth ; temper varia
ble, but generally irritable, &c.
are idum'to cxit, '
IV.i. C. MOANK'S VERMIFUGE
Will certainly effect a cure,
IT DOES NOT CONTAIN Mi.hCVnY
i) any form; it h .in innocent prepa
ration . not (ofahle of .; the slight'
est injury to ,' most tnUer infant.
The genuine Dr. M. I.anj.'s Yr.u-Mn-X'OE
b'.vrs the Ki.Tnfi'.rcs of U.
WW Lane and FiX'ii.v; li.: on the
DR. C. M?LANE'S
These Pills r.re not m-uuiiiieii'k.l
as u reme.y for -all ilio i)U that
flesh U hfir to," but in afi'-tions of
the Liver, mul in all Ililious Coiu
plaints I'y-pepiiii c:il Sfiek Head
ache, or di.sea.-.. of that charac ter,
th'-y ttnrA v '.shout, a rival.
Af.jui-: a xi) rj:vi;jj.
-o l) iter chi liarti'j can he v.-.iA
preparatory t , r uiter taking (ui-
i i ;-irij-!i imrgutivc they nre
nr.u ahi; or imitatio.s.
The genuine are never Hiear
L'a h lex hn a red wax seal on
tne lid, with the improMou J)J:.
MLtM.'i Iiivi:K Thus.
L:ith wrapjcrb arjtheigriatuif s
of (!. M'LANEand Ileminu Ui:os.
Sold by all resrHjctahle druggi-ti
and countrj' Horekers -eiji-iijly.
37 Court Place, LOUISVILLE, KY.f
A notaitr aSacaksl s.a Itfailr qaaliM pk.ikiaa aaS laf
sat MH.akl, m sis rractm rib o .
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sr. n 'wsi msj , ftsrlAslaaLa
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B,L.d olio r mii. .-.. . 1 4 ssaaaia sj
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ru, tar maiaia,. aMdtdaM m b. an i.,,,,.,.
it U city
. b. a J W
VV WVM1. CWaau. in
4praatofTb and ImpoUacy,
aalb.ra.alt WMf aaM ulul l w ta '
Um r u.tr sum, ai.a trulu. - r , , .
tVi.V ""."'.""r' '". Drt. a, r tj-
awar. naa, . a. M. ka. . u. aafaOaCj t la I F. Sb
m 1 sir icrr?'" w k cm mu.
astu UaSl -'
Hark These Faots.
Tbt TcMiwoM ot ths Whole World.
HOLLOW AY'S PILLS.
"I hud no appetite Holowy' IillrTne
hrarty onf ."
'Your l'ills are roarvelon.' '
"I een4 tut another fcox, an J kerp Uirm iu the
hou." . .. . ...... .
Dr. llnllnwar nan cum UT nea'iavnc mia
"I tmvt one of tour rills to my lah Inr chol
era morbus. The dear little thing not r!l in a
"My cnufta i a rnominc i now wirw
" our box of Halloway'a Ointment cured m
of noiM-s in tli kcal. 1 mhlied tome of your
Ointmvut NUiind the ears, and thenoiMhatlrft."
fmd me two boxes: I want on lor a ioor
"1 enrioite a doliari your price n i ccum, out
the medicine to me is worm dollar
s'nd meflTboxe of your 1'ilis."
Ijet me have three 1k.hu of your Tills ly rt-
turn mail, fur Chills and Kewr."
lhaveoverw twa teominian 3ti ee. nut
want of apace con.)!? me to conciuae.
For Cutaneous Disorders,
And oil eruption of the skin, Mie ointment it
moit inra ual e. It ooe not neai exii-rnHnj
ainne, but ienetratcs with the pioet MarchiriK
effetta to the rry root of the evil.
HOLLOW AY'S PILLS
Invariably cure the fol'.owiog dleasea
Disorder of the Kidneys
la all Oi.easea affecting Uiese orcans, whether
beth-rthey I aluicted with stone or pravel, or
with acliea and paina settled in the loins ovi-r the
of ili kidnevn. tliete l'ills should be li
ken according o the printed directions, and the
Oiatment should be well rubbed into the sma'.l ol
the tw at bed time. This treatment will girt
aimoM immediate rdk'f beu all other means
For Stomachs Out of Order.
No medicine will to effectually improve the
tone of the Htumach aa thee l'ilii; they remove
all acidity occaeioned either by intemperance er
improper met. i ney reacn Uie liver ami tvuee
it to a nealtby action ;tbey are wonderfully eflira
eious in caes of spatm in fact tliev never fail in
curing all lifirders o. the liver and atonu.u.
HOLI.oWAV'S 1'ILLS are the best known in
the world for the following diseases : .Afrne,
Aetluna, Bilious Complaint, lllntchcs cm the
Skin, Bowels, Consumption, liebility, Uropi'jr,
Ivntery, F.ryripelius, Female IrrtuUinie
levers of all kinds, Fits, Gout, MeaibvcLe, lndi
erettion, Inflammation, .Ian. dice, I.iver Com
plaiutt, LnmbuKo, l'lles, Khematiim. Hcten
tion of unue, scrofula or kings Kvil, Sore
Throat, Stone and Cravel. 1 io-nouloureux,
Tumors, t'leera, Worwu tf all kinds, WeakneM
trom any cause, etc.
None are genuine utile's the algnaturr of J.
1 lay dock, aa agent fur the United Stuti.?, biu
round each box of I'ilis, and Ointmeni. A
handsome reward will be given to any one ren
dering such information as may lead to the
detection of any party or parties ooiuiieric.fing
tb mnllcines or venJuii,' the saiue, knuwiim
them to lie pnrlous.
sold at the manufactory of Profeiior HL-
lowat A Co. , New Vork, and by all restiectabls
druggiiits and dealers in medicine throughout
the civi'.uen woria. in ooxea at i:uia, w
cents and t (.
rr 1 here is coBsiaerable f avmg by Uking the
larger suea . ....
. 11. Directions tor the cuiaance oi patients
in every disorder are affiled to each box
Office, 112 Liberty St., New York
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The Pcrfeotion of Light.
Family Safeguard Oil.
THE HORROliS AMI Al'PALI.lXt: ACCIDENTS
D lily transpiring in the use of the Oils bow sold as Illuminators, which ate tua to rvj.
Vi troleum, and the want of confidence in tbc p'iMic tnin-1 as to uttiin
'ifey of isld Oil, has induced tb' Inttodd lion ol
ElilBE IS Ml
ELAI.NKls l.M d.'f. Kire test aud iprlu; nat'.r white iu color, will not ei !a !
while burning in a lamp, nor in any ott er war, as it don not contain any f.f the i-.xnl
sire compounds so frequently met with in the ordinary OiU for Hlumlnatfog. A lamp
filled with EL A INK, it upset or accidentally broken, will not eipiode or burn. Intro
is no position iu which you can put a lamp Oiled with ELAINE for common use, iu w l.i-ti
it will explode. ELAISE is certainly the 5afe t Family Illuminating Oil known, a J
can be used in any Coal Oil or Kerosene lamp, without ( bsri1 of Icrner.
WAS AWAKDEU TlIK-
lij tLa Jurors auj Coiiuuhaiot.tr of tua
Contoanlal luternatlcnal Exhibition.
As the P.est Illuminating Ot, lor Its tatriorlinary meills of Sairty and Brlli.ani.y
ELAINE was alo awarded a (JolJ Medal at the I'ukburb Expcitl -u; acl w t
adopted, after a thorough cientilic and practical test, by the
UMTr.I) BTATCS OOVEUSMENT LIGMT-HOUSE LEl'AP.I MEST.
And received a high cotninrud.it ion from Uie Hoard of t. uited States KteauiljOt lcve
tor, AVai-hinglon, D. ('.
Insurance C'.iiipanira ute ELAINE the aaii.e as a Ou risk.
LLA1NE is used on many of the EkllroaJs, Street Cart and Uouis of ttje country
n 1 inaugurated superior to any other oil iu the market.
Can be used In any lamp.
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Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
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Corner Eleventh Street aad Waabin
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Attorney at Law.
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KlMrihl fllltllir.n frlyrn n . . .
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Curoruo Ui.eaaea aud disease iieeullfcr 10 fe
The Centaur Linimenta..,,..
pain, subdue swthln
Uli.nmatisjn, Boayin. nd soy fleah, bone or
E&'i Wrapper I. for
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The certain, sneedv ...i h...
remedy furcblldrea, Is Pitebar'sCastoria. 1c Is
as pleasant to take as honey and as certain In its
effects as Castor Oil. For Wind Colic, Worms
Sour Stomach, and Disordered Bowels, mei
notliinx like ta.toria.
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