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Th Electoral Oebtte Retumid In
k nun Tt
(Special M tb Banublioea.)
WAtBdOTOK, Feb. 90. At 1:20 the
boose puaed a resolution that the votes
of the Hayes electors be not counted
1 eat, 172 ; nays, 99 Messrs. Seelye and
Pierce of Massacbosetts being tbe only
Republicans voting teas.
(By Associated Press.)
OBIT U ART.
Reir-Adtnlral Louis M. Goldsborough
died this Bornlne of typhoid pneumonia,
the sixth death among the rear-admirals
within four or fire weeks.
The funeral services over the remains
of the late Bear-Admiral Davis took place
to-day in St. John's church . The In ter.
mast will be in Cambridge, Mass.
TIM BVim UHSti k ICU. Uitll BU llOUf
wm consumed in calling the roll to ascer
tain if there was a quorum present.
That tact having been ascertained, the
regular business of the day was intro
duced by Mr. Gibson offering an order
that the Hayes electoral votes for Lou
isiana be not counted.
Mr Hurlbut moved to amend by strik
ing oat the word "not."
The discussion was opened by Mr
New, who said that he had voted tor the
electoral commission bill without hesita
tion or misgiving, and' he was not
ashamed of tbe support which he had
given to that measure. He accepted
without qualification his bumble share of
the responsibility. He would vote to
sustain the objections to the decision ot
tbe commission. He was In favor of
proceeding without unnecessary delay to
the completion of the count.
Mr. Seelye said that In the case of the
Louisiana election there seemed as much
corruption on one side as cruelty on the
other side. He found it quite impoihi
to say which ot the tiro sets of electors
trom Louisiana voiced tbe true will or
the people of that state. It would have
been hard to find wiser and more candid
men than those who had pronounced the
decision of the electoral commission. He
appreciated the strength of tbeir position.
Congress could not be too iealous ot the
constitutional right of a state to choose
its presidential electors.
Mr. Joyce declared the whole scheme
of the election to the presidency of tbe
grand frand of Gramercy park had been
a superb Democratic cheat trom begin
ning to end.
Mr. MeMahon said tbe decision ot the
commission in the case of Louisiana was
worse in its consequence to the American
people than the decision in the Florida
case. As to Oregon the Democrats looked
forward with much hope to the decision
ill Uial CRM.
. Mr. Rice protested against tbe wrong
and violence embodied in the decision
and argued that tbe whole subject should
be referred back to the commission.
Mr. W atterson rose to speak and imme
diately the floor and galleries were
hushed into stillness. He said if the ac
ceptance of the inevitable with resolution
and dignity be the highest as it is the
rarest form of courage known among
men, it is made harder in this present In
stance by the consciousness of double
dealing and fonl play. Two courses are
open to the majority on this floor. On
the one hand, a passionate outcry, at once
Impotent and childish. On; the other
hand, without offering needless obstruc
tions to the progress of events, an ear
nest, manly but temperate protest
against what we believe to be a great
and grievous wrong. In my
Judgment tbe latter is our clear and
bounden duty. Wo owe it to the neces
sities of the case. We owe it to the
country. We owe It to ourselves. Be
cause we were duped by false pretences
into snare, furnished no reason why
we should forget obligations that press
upon honorable men. In the very act of
passing the electoral commission bill we
provided for the contingency that has
come upon us. I voted for that measure
In perfect good faith. The result is
against me, and detestable as I must
think the means that brought It about I
accept it as a finality. I shall go to my
people and ahall tell them all, ter as now
advised they know only' a part, and
when they have taken time for reflection,
they will, I am very sure, illustrate the
wisdom and grace ol moderation doing
nothing that does net become good citi
zens. IAU will ttl go forward. In
spite of all this, there are manv tuiage q 1
live tor yet la this rough world, and
among the rest that day of reckoning,
diet irtt, dU ilia when the dark shall
be light and the wrong be made right.
Mr. Danford defended the decision as
one which outside of party feeling would
meet the approval of the whole American
people. Although there had been Inves
tigating committees Into the elections
n Florida, Louisiana and Oregon, which
had found much crookedness, yet in all
the words spoken, letters written, tele
grams sent there had not been traced to
tbe presidential elector or to any member
of his household, one word that would
bring ablush of shame to tbe American
Thesptafew bar announced to-day'i
legislative session begun, and after
prayer and reeding ol the Journal, debate
Debate closed at 1, ut u house then
voted on Mr. Gibson's resolution that the
decision of the commission be notegma
to, and It was adopted! Yeas. 173 yt,
- ' party vote except tJeelve and
FWroa, o4 tfaseachuattu, who voted with
be Democrats1. -
A nusjs wee that sent to the senate
ttHWajNdVM ready to meet t&at
United States Commissioner
Who Has Never Resigned.
(Spec11 to th St. Louis Republican )
A CASE. '
Washington Feb. 20. 2:15. The
vote ot Michigan has been objected to on
the ground that one of the electors Is
United States commissioner and lias
TBE MISSISSIPPI CASE.
A consultation was held to-day among
the Republicans having cnarge oi we
orotcut prepared against counting tbe
electoral votes of Mississippi for Tllden
and Hendricks, but in view ot the delay
it would cause in the completion ot the
Muni, thav decided to withhold it and
let the count go on so lar as they are con'
cerned without Interruption.
The Two Houses Separate on
the Michigan Vote.
The Objection not Considered
Valid in trie senate.
The House Refuses
to Take a
nimnaTON'. Feb. 20. The house
separated on Michigan.
The houe refutes to take a recess till
to-morrow. This looks like a death-blow
to any attempt at filibustering.
James M. Walmough, pay inspector of
the nary, has been appointed paymaster
THE MICHIGAN VOTE.
When Michigan was reached in the
count of the electoral Tote Mr. Tucker
objected to counting: the Tote of Daniel
t,. dustman, itepuDican elector, claim
ing Crossman had not been duly ap
TaUT OBJECTIONABLE ELECTOR. .
In the discussion in the senate upon
the ineligibility ot Crewman, Messrs.
Bayard, Stevenson, Maxey and other
Democratic senators argued that the evi
dence of his disqualification was not suffl
dent, and they would faror the counting
of the vote for Hayes.
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una nt SarsMnu). Utmaaaa ibisst, Dviaeuv mrmvtf, fbj
aacalUsjuaj. JuaMo r aoa, A f erntoa iu 4iouMt y af lftjisilasj,
Cotsfusioa Of lnU. liOM Of tWIM 1 YoWt, AO., Mdsriu
Buarnave impror or uornpiiy, arw taorwustbl; svacl frnsa
aU urd. RVPHILIS ixiaiUvel eiwisi ai4 a-
; uf fiJ?iSS! Gonorrhea
PLEETt fttrloiur. Oroesliii, Bariua, (of UUtn
fu aiiduuier pmai ia)si euioklj aurM .
Ik ta atir-avtdcat Uat a nil? alciaa Ua paja aantal aMaaOdfj
la a aartaia sHaaa ef dleaaaae. aaa traUag Uswaasvada aaua
aii. atuira imt aaiU. rtjaiaiaaa itauesiuf uaa laiolW
rsmssnd ktrauoe it wf aara. Waaa k la fuouoaulaat
visal tha city tar traauaamt. aadleiaas aaa ta aaat adiaeai
aa4 aaialj bj Biail tar aafsraaa au;arisra.
Cum Ouravted in all Omn
ih Uou parHaaMr at ty Wttar IM ,m4 laaSu.
Chat naaoaaUa as4 wrrMfao alrtoU aniMaaiiil
f t aaasa, mm w as, sAdrwa, aaianlr .
SWl mi. Sa-aM W Ma k. u. ASAraM akaM.
Tho Porfcotion of Light.
Family Safeguard Oil.
TI1E HORRORS AND
Dally transpiring in the use ol the Oils now
Petroleum, and tbe want of confidence in the public ruind as to the ccrtsln
safety of said Oil", has induced the Introduction of
ELAI1IE US 41!
ELAINKIs 150 def. Kir tsat and spring
while burning in a lamp, nor In any otcer way; a it doe not contain any o( tbe extru
sive compounds so frequently me with In the
filled with ELAINE, if upset or accidentally
Is no position in which you can put a lamp filled w ith ELAINE for common uc, In vt Wlcb
it will explode. ELAINE Is certainly tbe Safett Family Ilh mlDalibj Oil known, an J
can be used in any Coal UU or Kerosene lamp, without change of burner.
WAS AWARDED THE
By tbe Jurors and Conimlasioners of the
Centennial International Exhibition.
As the Host Illuminating Oil, torlts extraordinary merits of safety and 13rilllny
ELAINE was also awarded a Gold Medal at the Pittsburgh Exposition ; an 1 tv.i
adopted, after a thorough scientific and practical test, by the
UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT LIGHT-HOUSE DEPARTMENT.
And received a high ccmwindation from the Board cf United States 0tearubost lnij.ee
tors, Washington, D. C. 1
Insurance Companies rate ELAINE the same at a Gas risk.
ELAINE Is used on many ol tbe Railroads, Street Cars and llou'i of tbe country
aud Inaugurated superior to any other ol) In the market.
Can be used In any lamp.
ORDERS FROM THE TRADE SOLICITED.
PAIH T AXD OILS.
S. F. Slake
Painto, Oils, Varnishes,
Vail Paper, Window Olan, Win
-M . art l a
now ousaei, eto.
always on band, the celebrated illuminating
Corner Elerenth Street mad Waablnsr
JOHN H. MTJXJUY,
Attorney at Law.
OfFICB i At resldanee on Nintb Street, between
Washington avenue and Walnut btrec t.
STRATTON & BIRD,
AOENT8 AXLEBIOAJf POWDX 00
57 Ohio Levee
A BOOK FORJHE MILUOIt
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asr.aa4allslltaraUMlf aWlk, fc.ua.
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fcMS MsalaMaa varls-wtfa. aa4 akaalA k ta tfca mn
au Arm ww ml tmrf lal, aa kam IbrMskaot ika aua
swaa. a atrt tTfrtlftrT, Tl 'ft r-wr-l tt lli, ,aa,i
r-raa, ikai la vans aamtas, anak ksailaasl
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sJstlce to Us ate- m Ualertussle.
rla W kks aallaaa mil, .h.
saktta wh r wa ear aaaa MaiaSiia. mm n7
satayaae nani "
soltl as Illuminator", which are ma le from
water white In color, will not ezplole
ordinary Oil for Illuminating. A latn
broken, will not explode or burn. There
ARE PAID sEo
duauled ia lias of duty, if by
a e ei d n t or otherwit. A
WOCMO ofanjr kind, th
of a f 'lDrer or T, or
the Ion of an Eye, a KI P
TI KE, if bat alight, gives a
pennon. Dixaie of LOBa;S)
or Varicose Velaa giv a
aisc h arged for wound , injuria
or rupture, you get full ooua
ty. ffrSeod a stsmps far
copy ef Pcnaioa sod Bouaty
Acl. Ad-lreta all letters 19
P. H. FIT23EEAL5,
V. S. Claim A (rent, Indlanspa
Oils, Ind. TOa all Itturl
mark P. O. Bom SVC
Dealer in Fresh Meal.
Between WaaMngton and Comaierola
Aye&aee, adjoining Haxmy'e.
KEEPS for sals the best Bee, rota, Mutton
Veal, Lamb, 8auaaf;e, Ac., and I ij
TA U aorva ramillM in an aArvptahU ma- Is
W. H. MABEAN.M. D.
Eoss9;aiL'c Physician nl Suron
(Or. Brigharu's Successor )
Offloe : 138 Commercial Ava.
2-1-1 m Cairo, Illinois.
Sperlal attention arirrn to tbe treatrnent tit
Chromo Ii.eae and iliaease peculiar ta fe
male, 399 Ca', M f"a(le r fTanr agent
every month la th businees we
furnlsb, but those willing to work can easily
sarn a dozen dollars a day rifrht in their own lo
salltiss. Have no room to explain here, liuei
aesa pleasant and honorable, Women, bovs
nd gfrls do a well a men. We will furuiih
yon a coiuolele outfit free. The business nav
better than anything elsa. We will bear ei
pens of starting you. Psrticuiar ft.. Writ
nd s. Farmur and mechanics, their on
ind daughter., and all claasea in niid or roy lug
T0rk. t.ne, .hould writ to u and la'ra all
H H H i $
T (be Work In a; riass.-Wi are now
prepared to furnlan all claate with constant em
ployment at borne, th whole of tb time, or for
their (par moments. Business aew, light and
profitable. Parson of either sex easily earn
irom M cents to $5 per evening, and propor
tional sum by devoting their wbol time to the
business. Boys acdgirl ara nearly aa much
as men. That all Who a this aotioe may send
their addreai, and last tb biuinee w malt tlila
unparalleled offer: 'lo uch aaare not well satis,
fled w will send one dollar to pay for tb
trouble or writing. p-ncuiar, aiapitw
wortn several dollars to Mmnmw work on
and a copy ' Home and Fireside, one of th
largest and be UluatreUd publications, ell sent
freabTmail. .?d"' UJU want permaaeat,
profliabi work Osomi arasoji Co, fortj