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THE CLOSING STRUGGLE
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Lively Two4.ourVDtb.rts on
tht Vermont Case.
New Complication Endanger!
: tkaCointof the Vote.
tfyiterioue Movements of the Ver
mont Democratic Returns. .
Tk Utl IMIt Kclid.
TaSBEsaTox, March 1. After the
ptss&fe of tome senate bills retuoTinjj
political disabilities, Mr. O'Brien moved
a call ot the boat.
The apeaker counted the house and
found there was a quorum present and to
Mr. Walling submitted that the roll
bad tw be called la order to retliy the
Tht speaker stated that the motion for
a call of the bouse was In order. The
chair retarded It as of a dilatory charac
ter, bat was bound to submit.
Mr. O'Brien inquired whether it was
not within the knowledge of the chair
that la former Icongresses there were
calls ot the house even wbeu it had been
ascertained that there was a quorum
The speaker replied that that had oc- J
curred where gentlemen had declined to
vote aod that while it was allowable
uader the rales ot the house it was not
Allowable under law and that be was not
responsible for the law.
Mr. Wood claimed the floor to offer a
resolution but Mr. Walling insisted on
his motion tor i call of the bouse.
Mr. Hoe kins remarked that the bouse
was operating smder the electoral com
mission law, that the chair has ascer
tained the presence of a quorum, and that
the motion for a call ot the bouse should
net be entertained. If a call of the house
were to be allowed at any time during
the proeeedlngslthen they could never be I
The Speaker: The chair hat therifbt
to find oat whether there Is a quorum.
Mr. Bosklns : No ; the gentleman has
a right to claim that there is no quorum
present. When the speaker has ascer
tained there is
The speaker : There is a quorum pres
ent, bat the gentleman trom Ohio (Wall
ing) is not willing to take the statement
ot the chair.
Mr. Walling: I disclaim any reflection
on the chair, bat I hare the right to
know whether .there is a quorum pres
ent, and I demand the yeas and nays on
my motion. .
The yeas and nays were ordered and
resulted:,! Yeas, 68; nays, 169; so the
call of the house was refused.
This little morement was so far suo-
eessfal as to hare occupied an hour and
a quarter of the time oi the house. It
was followed by a motion to reconsider
the rote, and, although Mr. Wood made
the point of order that such a motion
could hare no practical effect on legisla
tion, bit was palpably and unquestion
ably a dilatory motion, It was allowed
by the speaker, who said he had never
yet ruled or decided cither by inference
or otherwise that a motion to reconsldsr
was a dilatory motion. Ob the contrary,
the chair was Tery clear that what the
bouse could do it could undo by mo
tion to reconsider.
Mr. Hale moved to lay the motion to
reconsider on the table. Agreed to:
Teas 174, nays 69. '
As soon as the vote was announced a
struggle for recognition by the speaker
was made between Messrs. Wood, Pop
pletoB,Caolfleldand Mills, each having
a proposition to submit which each
claimed to be of the highest privilege.
It was made known in the course of
the colloquy that the speaker, who had
recognized Mr. Wood before the motion
tor a call of the bouse, and who after
wards learned that Mr. Poppleton pre
sented the objection to the certificate
from Vermont, sent for both these gen
tlemen and arranged that the resolution
prepared by Mr. S ood should be offered
by Mr. Poppleton, who, under the
usage, was entitled to the floor, and that
Mr. Wood should move the previous
question upon It,
In the meantime Mr. Caulfleld, who
bad failed in bis eflorts to be recognized
by the chair, banded over to Mr. Popple
ton a resolution which be had prepared
and Mr. Poppleton sent It to the clerk's
The speaker wfgested that the action
was hardly In consonance with the
agreement rotvcU, but Mr. Poppleton re
plied he bad been a party In the prepa
ration ot Mr. Caulneld's resolution, and
that it had direct reference to tbo objee-
uon to the oerUQcate from Vermont.
TM speaker thereupon directed it to
be read, and it was read.
It recites in the form ot a preamble that
ft Sealed package, addressed to the presi
dent of the senate, purporting to contain
the electoral vote of Versoont, waadslir
tied yesterday to the president of the
senate by Mr. Hewitt ; that it appears by
telegram from the clerk of the United
States district court of Vermont that the
duplicate ot inch returns was deposited
In the office oa the 13th of December,
1878; that such package bad been
made a part of the objection to the certi
toaU of Vermont and still remained tin
opanod, and that the objection cannot be
considered untfl such package Is opened
eosordtngtolaw; that such package is
retained by the president or secretary of
the senate, and therefore resolving that
tbo refusal of the president of the senate
U open such package in the presence of
the two bouses was s violation of the law
and of the privileges ot tbo house, and
atfl each package shall bo opened tbo
eouatlag of the vote cannot proceed
further aceordUg to the constitution and
law. That the senate be requested to
meet the house in Joint session so that
Mich package may be opened and pro
ceedings had thereon according to law.
- As the clerk finished reading the reso
lution, the speaker announced the open
ing of the new legislative day, and the
noisy passions and tumult ol the hour
were stilled lor a few brief minutes while
The stillness was of short duration, lor
while the clerk ws reading the Journal
Mr. Sprinw ascertained that the clerk
was omitting, as usual, a detailed state
ment o( papers, votes, etc., and insisted
tbat the Journal should be read In full.
That demand the speaker said It would
be Impossible to comply with tor the pa
pers detailing rotes by yeas and nays,
etc.were not copied in the Journal. At all
events tbo speaker resfused to entertain
any question until the reading of the
Journal was completed, and Mr. Springer
waited tor tbat.
Then he moved that the journal be
corrected by inserting, alter the state
ment that Mr. Piper submitted a report
on the coolie question, tin report iUelf.
Mr. Wood undertook to get over the
difllculty by moving to suspend the rules
and dispense with the reading of the
The yeas and nays were called, and the
motion was agreed to : Neas 175, nays S3.
When the result was announced Mr.
Wood, ot New York raised the point of
order that nothing was competent for
the house to do but proceed to consider
the objection to Vermont, and that the
proposition offered by the gentleman
from Ohio (Poppleton) was not in order.
Mr. CauLfleld argued that nothing was
In order but to proceed to the considera
tion of the objections, unless there was
an impediment In the. way of such con
sideration. Such an Impediment had
arisen. The gentleman from Illinois
(Springer) had yesterday oflered an ob
jection which had been accompanied, by
certificate and the vice-president had re
fused to open that certificate. The reso
lution' which had been oflered simply
asked that the senate be notified that the
house would be readr to receive that
body in Joint session for the purpose of
opening that certificate.
Mr. llendce, of Vermont called atten
tion to' the tact that the clerk of the
court to whom the record certificate was
delivered was a Democrat. ?; .'.-.
Mr. Hooker argued against the point
of order, and stated the real question
was whether the certificates from Ver
mont were single or dual in their char
acter. If they were dual, the point of
order did not apply, and It was the duty
of the president of the senate to open and
submit the package presented to him
Mr. Reran supported the point of or
der, and argued against the resolution as
proposing a new question which had
not been presented to the joint meeting
of the two houses.
He expressed his great regret that
where bis side of the house had rood.
valid, substantial objections to the elec
toral count, any other objections, which
could not command the respect of the
party or of the country, had been made.
After some further discussion the
speaker said : With my best respect lor
all parties concerned, the chair consid
ers tbat a great mistake and wrong was
committed yesterday in the joint session
of the two bouses in this, that the pre
siding officer relused to receive even
for opening, reading and information
a package which had all the sur
roundings of an authentic paper In re
spect to an electoral vote of the state of
Vermont. The chair does not think that
in any aspect of this case he would be
called upon to rale that the action of the
presiding officer of the joint convention
yesterday was wrong, lie does not think
he possesses power, nor doss he believe
in a technical sense the action ot the
Joint convention can be revived in this
house in the maaner proposed, and yet
mere is anove all a fact on which this
matter rests. That fact is whether this
house should have possession of this
paper. To that extent, and to that extent
only the chair thinks that the resolution
ot the gentleman from Illinois (Caulfleld)
is in order. '
While tho speaker was delivering this
opinion there was a subsidence of the
uproar which had been increasing little
by little during the day, but as soon as
he had got through the noise and confus-
Ion began to prevail again, and in a short
time the stornxbad increased to a gale.
The central point of tkc decision wss
the question whether before the two
hours discussion commenced, the presi
dent ot the senate should be called upon
to send back to the house the packazes
produced yesterday by Mr. Hewitt and
suenmiea with Mr. Spriager'a objeo-
uoua te me count. The speaker did all
that was in his power to get the bouse
into the rrgular channel ot business and
retased to entertain an appeal from bis
ruling, ilia resoluteness lashed the on.
posing element Into .wry.
A.I V BLT xrisoun.
Messrs. Springer, O'Brien. Caulfleld,
Sparks and Poppleton were all address
ing the speaker at once and worrying
him and the house with all sorts of ques
tions and objections. They were sud
denly Joined by Mr. Beebe, of New
York, who in the most excited manner
protested against the action of the
speaker and who in order to make him
self mere conspicuous Jumped upon bis
seat and from there resticulsted wildly,
shooting at the top of bU voice expres
sions which' in the uproar and excite
ment were entirely unintelligible at the
reporter's desk. At, this time every
member on the Pemocratlo side and
nearly every one oa the Republican aide
was on ail feet. The storm, how
ever, was ; entirely confined to
the Democratic side of the cham
ber, the Cepabllcaoa merely partlcl
putlog as spectators. The galleries were
crowded to their utmost capacity and so
were the spaces at tbo back ot the outer
row or teats, and from these as well as
from the desks of members came mur
murs and loud biases as this wild scene
wae enacted. When the aergeant-at-nrw,
lth Usuoceof offlco, ap
peared In the most disorderly porton of
tho assemblage, Beebe stepped down
from bis elevated position and addressed
the speaker In a more moderate tone
trom bis Own place. Then the spaces
behind the outer row ot desks were
quieted by degrees; the storm lulled and
although . there were some lesser re
newals of it, the speaker tnansged, at
about 2 o'clock, in launching tho bouse
THE TWO HOURS' DISCl'SalON
On the Vermont objections. The debate
was opened by Mr. Poppleton, who
soon yielded to enable Mr. Hewitt, of
New York, to relate hew he had come
into possession of the package produced
by him yesterday, and bow lie had last
seen it in possession of the secretary ol
the senate, who stated that it was the
property of Mr. Ferry, and that he pro
posed, as the frieud ol Mr. Ferry, to re
tain it. Alter a good deal of colloquy In
regard to what had become of the papers,
a messenger from the senate came into
the luill aud tendered tho package to Mr.
RKFl'SKD TO RECUVE IT
and thereupon announced the tact In the
house. No immediate action was taken
iu the matter. The young lad who car
ried the package and retained it in his
possession, and took n seat, awaiting the
action ot the house, and the discussion
proceeded, Mr. Ilendee explaining that
the case ol Vermont was only a minor
form ot the case in Oregon, the exception
being that In Oregon Cronin had a certi
ficate of the governor, while Aldrlch,
claiming to be nn elector in the Vermont
case, had not. He had acted entirely on
his own motion.
The members who participated in the
discussion were Joyce.Hen Jce, Dennison,
Poppleton, Monroe, Hook, Morey, Wil
son, (W. Va.) Msrsn, Hsymond and
THK SKCnBTARY'tJ STATKMEXT.
Mr. Garfield read a Litter Irora Mr.
Oorham, secretary ol the senate, saying
that he put the package purporting to be
the second certificate in his pocket as the
package looked like a private communi
calion, but being admonished that his re
ception of It might be construed as a
reception of it bv President Ferry, be
took it trom his pocket and placed Jt on
the desk and since tbat time he had not
seen the package.
Mr. Hewitt remarked that the package
had been brought to him by a messenger
from the senate who would not tell from
whom be received It.
The speaker asked Mr. Garfield to
suspend his remarks till order could be
Mr. Garfield 1 will wait till Ajax aud
other chleis have quieted their troubles
(After a pause). There is no pretense
of a claim under tho law that the presi
dent ot the senate ought to receive i
paper under such circumstances ; there
is no signature on the back of the paper
authenticating it. For aught we know
it is another mock certificate. If any
body has been deceived by the pretense
that we ought to have a paper opened
in this house coming in such a round'
about, unauthorized way, let all such
pretenses be cleared away, and let them
vote with a knowledge ol the fact that a
vote for the resolution is simply a vote
to prevent a count end to bring ih into
MR. STONE'S REMARKS.
Mr. Stone, who was one ot the tellers
stated that he saw the secretary of the
senate throw the package under his desk
and among the rubbish ; that he (Stone)
Immediately wrote a note to Mr. Hewitt,
and tbat Hewitt and be bad a conversa
tion during which he ssw the secretary
take the package trom under the dtk
and put it in his pocket.
MB. weld's trtEtn.
The discussion was clou-d by Mr.
Field, who expressed his deep regret
that the day had been consumed in an at
tempt to rectify a mistake.
After considerable discussion the de
bate closed and the question being on the
resolution offered by Mr. Poppleton, Mr.
Knott moved the following amend
Rewind, That this house requires that
the package tendered by the member
from New York (Hewitt) to the president
ol the senate in the presence of the two
nouses yesieruay anu purporting to be a
certificate of electoral votes for president
anu vice-presiuenr. irom tne Mate or Ver
mont, shall be opened by the president
ot the senate la the presence of the two
houses, and if found to be such a certifi
cate, the same shall be submitted, to-
ceuier wun me certificate read in the
presence of the two houses, to the elec
toral commission for Its judgement and
decision, and that the senate be requested
to make a like order, requiring the presi
dent of the senate to open such package
in presence of the two nouses, and that
until such order be made the house will
not be ready to meet the senate and pro
ceed with the count ot electoral votes.
As the vote progressed on this resolu
tion, and as there was an apparent pros
pect of Itt having the majority in its
THE M08T IMK.MB EXOITEUKXT
prevailed throughout the hall. The con
servative members conversed with each
other in groups, and expressed generally
the conviction that the adoption of tho
resolution would preelpitate anarchy and
revolution, At the close of the rollcall a
rumor prevailed that the resolution wai
carried, but gradually, as member after
member who had been out when their
names were called, or who bad withheld
their votes, rose and in response to a seo
ond call responded "Xo," the gloom was
dissipated and gave place to every per-
eepuDie reeling or reliet. Finally the
vote was announced as, yeas, 110; nays.
Mr. Hopkins then offered as an amend
ment the same resolution Just refected.
except that it omitted the clause as to the
count not being proceeded with. It was
defeated by exaotly the same vote, lie
to 148. On this a motion was made to
reconsider aud filibustering began which
continued till 10:45 p.m. the house hav
lng consumed over twelve hours In the
M JOINT tOUVENTIOX.
At 11 o'clock the senators entered that
ball and the action of each bouse on the
objections baring been read, the presid
ing officer announce! that the two houses
not concurring otherwise, the electoral
votes of Vermont would be counted, and
they were thereupon declared as five for.
Hayes and Wheeler. i
Then the certificate of Virginia wos
read, and the votes ot that state were an
nounced as eleven tor Tllden and Hen
dricks. The votes of West Virginia were next
announced as fire for Tllden and Hen
THK LAST STATE,
the state of Wisconsin, with ten votes
lor Hayes and Wheeler. The eertlticate
ot Wisconsin having been read, Mr.
Synde presented objections, signed by
Senators Barnuni. McDonald, Kelly,
Cooper and Johnson, and Hepresenta
fives Lyude, Burchnrd, FhllUps, Tucker,
Springer, nice, Vance, Young and
Morey, to counting the voteol Daniel W.
Downs as one of the electors for the
state of Wisconsin, because he held the
otflce of pension surgeon ond examining
surgeon for the pension ottlce prior
to November 7, 1S7C, the day of
the presidential election, and on
the 6th day ot December, 1S7C, on
which day he assumed to cast his roto as
an elector ; that said office was an office
of profit and trust, and that said Downs
could not therefore be constitutionally
appointed nu elector for the state of Wis
consin or vote as such under the consti
tution of the United States; that Bald
Downs was not therefore duly appointed
an elector for said state, and that his vote
cannot be constitutionally counted.
The senste at 11:25 a.m. retired to its
clamber so that the two houses might
separately consider and determine the
objections. . ..
Mr, liny' White Ootflt.
Cincinnati Special to Chicago later-Ocean
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It will be trimmed with Vajeuclennes
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match, with detui-train and princess polo
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The Annnal Volumes of JIarpkh's Bazar, in
neat cloth binding, wiU be sent by express, free
Tsoinnriaitie- Nine Volumes, cent on rvnvlnt nl
us riuciiH. lur si vi racn. a eonmirb. ni.
casu tn uw rate 01 o t per volume, freight at
Cloth Cases for each volume. miliMfr i.ln.1
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Indexes to each volume sent gratis on receipt
Newspapers are not to copy this advertisement
wunoui tne express orvier or UAhre a. Uuoiit
. IIAJti'fcB ft BROTH EU s. New York.
R. SMYTH & GO.,
WaoleeeJa and Retail Dealers la
WINE OF AIsIs UIXDM,
No. 60 Ohio Levee,
MKSSUii. 8MTTH CO. hats eonatanUv
a large sleek ot the best good 4 Ui the mar
ket, and give especial atteuUoa to Ike hollA
ranch or the busineaa.
O. D WILUAMSOlf.
And stealer la
W. 16 OHIO JUBVEZ.
S",V---Lattentio given toeonslgnxueoU and
aUling orders . .
fit K Tiffi
Reccommendcd by GENERAL PLEASANTON
Kor the cure of a large class 0f DISEASES. A No tised lor Stlmulatlni? Vrpeutlon,
We have In stock a good supply, snil caii furnish lljfhts to any desired ill
tuensioiit, and st prices "that will uot justily toots In want In
sending to other market,
The Perfeotion of Light
Family Safeguard Oil.
-WA-j AWAKL'ED THK-
liy the Jurors and CoinuiUsioDets or the
Centennial International Exhibition.
At the UfttillutnlBstiog Oil, tor ill
Li. AIK was aleo awarded 1 Uold ilfMal at the rilt.l.uigh I.Xbosltinn ; uti i wv
adopted, after s thorough iclehtlfle and prtrtical tett, by the
UNITE!) STATES OOVEBNMENT l.lliUT-HOLSE KEPAKTMENT.
And received a high cornmeadation irru the Board ol l-nltei ritates 1 teamboat Inspee
tort, Wahhington, D. ('.
Insurance Cotnpaniet rate ELAINE the satue si a Uat tlsk.
ELAINE U used on many of the HutlroaJe, ttreet Cat and liau.'s ot tLu country
ami lnuiurated superior to toy other oil to the market.
Can he used In any lamp.
OBDER. FROM THE TKADE COUCHED.
Mark These Facts.
The Teeriroour ef ibe Whole World.
HOLLOW AY'S PILLS.
"I bad no appetite Hullo way's PlUsgaVt me
a hearty one."
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' lr. llolloway has cured luy keedaujie that
was chronic.' '
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era morbus, l hedearlittleth.ua; Kwt well iu a
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1 our box of Hollows jr's Ointment cured urn
0 noises in the head, i rubbed some of your
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"1 enclose a dollar i your prhe Is ', cents, but
uiv Dipiiciuc loiiie is wortn anouar. '
"bend me u boxea of your 1'ilis."
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turn mail, fur chills and Fever."
1 bare over S'A such testimonials as these, but
nam 01 space cou.peia me 10 conclude.
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And all eruption of the skin, Jthe ointment is
inoit Invaluable. It does not heal externally
alone, but penetrates with ths most searchluK
eiTeettto the vT rootof theevil.
Invariably cure the following dtseates
Disorder of the Kidneys.
In all diseases affecting these organs, whether
mer secn'te too much or too little water; or
w hether they be afflicted with stone or gravel, or
with aches and pains settled in the loins over the
regions of the kidneys, these fills should be ta
ken according e the printed directlens. and the
Ointment should be well rubbed into! be small ot
the back at bed time. This treatment will give
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For Stomachs Out of Order
No medicine will so eoectually improve the
tout ol the stomach as these fills; they remove
all auidity occasioned either by Intemperance er
Improper diet. Ihey reach the liver and reduce
it to a heal thy actionithey are wonderfully effica
cious in cases of spasm in tact they neverfail in
curing all disorders o. the liver and stomach.
HoLLOVVA VS f ILLH are the best known la
the world for the following diseases 1 Ague
Asthma, lilllous Complaints, Hlotches on the
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levers of all kinds, irus.Uout, Headache. Indi
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Blaluts, Lumbago, Tiles, Bheumatism, Reten
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Throats, Stone and Gravel Tio-Doiiloureux
Tumors, Ulcers, Worm of all kinds. Weakness
lrom any cause, etc.
None are genuine uuless the signature of J.
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rounde each box of fills, and Ointment. A
handsome reward will be given to any one ren
dering such information aa may lead to the
detection of any party or parties oounterf itlng
ths medluinea or vending the same, kuowing
Uient to be tpurlous.
Sold at the manufactory of ProfEsaor Hsl
lowav A Co., New York, and by all respectable
drugglsU and dealers In medicine throughout
taa civilised world, lu boxes at fe eeuU, tS
wwts and SI such.
ty There Is coasiderable saving by taking the
K. B. Directions for ths guidance of patients
In every disorder are affixed to earn bog
Offloe, 112 Liberty St., New York
.. . dftw-Dao.lt
.WAT$M. Cheapest In the know
xtnordlcarj - merits of .atety aJ briiiia&t
W. II. MARFAN, M. D.
(Dr. Brighara Vucciiicr )
Office 130 Commercial Ave.
Chron c Dhea-es and diseases peculiar 10 Is-
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Dealer m Fresh Meal.
Between Wavahinrton nd Oommerola
venuea, adLtolnlnaT Ennny'n.
a 1 -
KKKI'S for tale the beet Beef, rovk. MuttoS
Veal. Lamb, ftauaas-e. Aa.. and La
read Ic serve ramllies in au aroeatsbiw ma-
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Lso Stair Carpett, Velvet rlug;t, Crumb
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t ths Old Ple
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U-SEIID rOR PRICE. XIiT.- .
J A. RXNDALL
M. &. S1CITK
Physician Sc Oursoa.
OSSce in Winter's BUock, eoraar Seventh auJ
Ceminareial Avenue, (an trance on Seventh),
ssldsnoe Thirteenth Street, west ef W asUasrWu
wunui "ie vuwm usia ouMt frm aV Am.tM
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