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' traon of Leading Republicans,
Serena aa a Statue.
JOES SHtaTaX OOWTIMM) BT THE
SHUTS A SKCKKTAKY OF
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SaMr Morfiii f Alnteaa-., nd
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Debits ti tns toasts, 1b Which Ctnkllnf
Defines His fwitioa.
(To tin Aociated Pra )
REN.lU.tCAX SF.XATOK1A1. cacu:.
Washisotox, March 8. The Kc.mb
llcan senators liclil a caucus this morn
ing, at which tlie report ot the commit
tee appointed to revise the standi n com
mitters was submitted biuI adopted. The
minority gets an increased representation
no tbat instead of three the Iu.ocrat
will bare four places out of the nine on
each non-political committee, with per
haps the exceptlou of one or two com
mittees which are of a quni poiiik'fil
character. The Kcpublicans have, pro
vided for Senator Mavis, of Illinois, by
Assijrninff him lo the Judiciary comiuit
tee and the committee on the revision
C3Xrr.KEKC I WITH 1HK 1'KtKlUEXT.
There was a confereuce in the library
In the executive mansion between ttic
president, Krarts, Sehurz and Devon.
It appears to bare been a very serious
meeting;, ana intimations arc that the
visitors desired to relieve the presuleut
from any embarrassments by reason of
their selection tor cabinet positions ; but
it is well understood that the president
is determined concerning his cabinet ap
pointments, and civil service reform, and
the Southern matters generally. The
old cabinet will attend the president to
morrow, and the usual counsel will Is
TROOPS IX THE SOCTU.
The question ot removing the troops
trout the South is likely to reft for the
prwent. as there Is no disposition on the
part of the president to make any move
There la nothing significant in the tact
that uone except Sherman ot the cabl
net nominees were acted npon by the
senate to-day. Mr. Sherman having
been chairman ol the flnat.ee committee,
it would, to aay tho least, have been au
act of discourtesy on the part ol brother
senators towards him to have his uame
left out entirely in the making up ol
committees, or to announce his succes
sor on the floance committee before they
had eonnnntd his nomination as secre
tary ot the treasury, and .'consequently
the senate confirmed his nomination to
day tbat tills obstacle might not pre
vent the announcing ot the standing
committees of the Senate whenever tbe
time for mVi announcement
Proeaecflug-s In la Senate-
Washington, March 8. A motion to
refer tbe credentials of John T. Morgan,
senator from Alabama, to the committee
m privileges and elections was nega
tived and the original resolution, that he
be sworn, was then unanimously
adopted and Mr. Morgan was sworn in
A resolution to seat L. F. Grover,
senator elect troiu Oregon, was then
called up by Mr. Wallace.
Mr. Sargent submitted the following
as a substitute :
Whereas, Under the couAtitutiou and
laws and practice, of the senate, La
fayette Grover, claiming to be a senator
trora the state ol Oregon, his credentials
UiDg regular and in due iorm, and there
being no contestant for the seat, is en
titled to admission to a seat in this body
on a prima facti case by such creden
tials, not with standing the objections
i-ontained in the petitions of citizens ol
the state ot Oregon against bis admis
sion ; therefore, be it
IkBolvtd, That the credentials of La
fayette Grover be taken from the table
and the oath of otlico be now adminis
tered to him,
KttaUed, further. That tbe petition ot
the citizens ot Oregon containing
charges against Lafayette Grover lie on
the table until the committee on privil
eges and elections is organized, when
they shall be rcterred to men committee,
together wtth the credentials, with in
structions to Investigate such charges
and report as to their truth or falsity.
Mr. Wallace accepted the substitute.
Mr, Conkllng moved to amend by In
serting hi the preamble alter tbe words
No contestant lor the scat" as follows :
And there being but one body claiming
to be the legislature, and but one person
claiming to be governor, and there being
no doubt or dispute as to the trxUtence ot
one legal, rlghttul state government."
The amendment was accepted by Mr.
Mr. Conkung said he had heard it af
firmed that the same reason which entl.
tied Mr. Grover to be seated on a prima
juU ms entitled Mr. Kellogg to be
seated on a prima UcU case vesterdav
It that position was sound la law and
found in troth, it proved conclusively
the caprice of those who voted to refer
his credentials ye-terday. He denied
that there wss any analogy, that there
was any resemblauce between the two
eases, iue Oregon case was one where
there was a legislature, an ascertained
constitutional legislature, and tieccssa
rtly but me. U was a case In which
tJiere was an aseertoined and ackuowl
edged govwinumt ami only co8ti.
tutlousi governor, becau the constltu
lion aid not acknowledge a dual ciecu.
live iu any sUte. Tlw facts in the M
ol Grover wade up a pn facit case awl
tlw claimant was entitled to his seat
Afterwards any Investigation could be
wade at to the Ueg4 vice lying behind
lh certificate. The senate kn ,v.
world knew, that in IxmUUma two rival
bodies, body contesting, restrained trom
Vloiance and tumult by the arm ol power,
had haw assert lug rack air ai tut a
othtr that It was the lawful body, the
lawful legislature of tbe state. It was
equally notorious that two governors
iiad been sworn, and each was Insisting
that he was the lawful governor, and ex
erting prerogatives tbe attribute!" of the
executives ol the state. The essential
question In regard to It wa whether
there was a legal legislature in Louisiana,
and whether there was a lawful gover
nor, and that question the oenate would
be called ui on to decide, Vthetln r a law
ful legislature existed In the state or tiotai
It lld uot stand behind the ce rtilleateof
Kellogg, but stood before it, on the front
of it. It was proposed that tho senate
should decide the case yesterday without
even being permit teed to see ono word of
testimony taken bv the committee of the
senate Mid while a copy of that testimony
lay npon tho table of the printer. For
one he was not ready to deckle in
.fitch haste. He could not forget that
tbe late chief magistrate ot tho United
.States, uot more lllutrous for his gnat
deeds than for his common sense, was
not al!u to ascertain with all the light
he had after three months' examination
ol the subject, that fackard hid bcVn
elected governor of Louisiana or that the
legislature which supported him was the
legal legisliitnre of the state. When the
late executive ol the nation had been un
able U ascertain that fi'Ct It seemed to
him (Conkling) it would bo reasonable
lor the senate to wait until there should
come from the public printer the testi
mony already taken. If had been stated
in the debute that the case of Kellogg
might tic treated as in some way decided
or determined by snmi'thlnjr done by the
electoral commission. Ho then referred
to the decision of the coinnuViou In the
Ixwislana ease, and argued that the com
mission held that they could not go be
hind the certificate, because their
power was limited by a clause
n the constitution . lu regard to
counting the electoral count, but the
senite determining upon the qualifies,
tions and relations of its members must
Inquire whether there was a legal legis
lature in the state ; whether there was a
governor satisfying the const tution.
The present alleged governor (Packard)
had uever said that he was aware of hav
ing been recognized by any department
of the government lor any purpose. He
did not even certify to the electoral vote
from Louisiana as that was certified be
fore his claim arose. The electoral com-
commission decided It bad not power to
look behiudte certificate, and now ar
gument was made tbat because the com
mission could not look behind the cer
tificate the senate could not. TUU
question had oiue significance too in
the light ot events swiftly passing us.
Addressing tbe vice-president be said :
The other day you saw on the westeix
portico of the Capitol, overlooking an
immense concourse of ople, the oath
of office administered to the chief magis
trate or the republic, whose election un
der the forms and substance of law all
parties and all factions whatever their
conviction may be, peacefully acquiesced
in, standing to be endowed with tbe
power of the chief magistracy. lie ut
bared to his countrymen something ot
the principles, the purpose, the inspira
tions which would actuate his adminis
tration. 3f r. Conkliiig then quoted from
the inaugural address of President Hayes
in regard to national affairs, and resum
ing his remarks said :
Can it be that the chief magistrate,
who uttered those words, does not de
sign with a conscientious aim at the
right to find out, to ascertain, to declare
who in truth on the 7th of November last
was chosen governor of Louisiana, who
in truth ot the contestants in the various
legislative districts were entitled to sit
and constitute the legislature of Louisi
ana, if the chief magistrate, freshly an
notated with his great duties does mean,
as we are bound to believe he does, by
the modes provided in the constitution
and tbe law to ascertain the very truths
of the election In Louisiana, shall It be
said that on the threshold of his adminis
tration, as he entered the door of official
life, the senate. In order to be consistent
and allow Grover, a senator from Oregon
to be sworn in, must proceed without
any investigation of a committee to cloe
the door la the face ot the president, or
leave him if hisjudgment requires him to
dolt, to attempt to recognize one state
government although the senate hau
recognized another, or bew before the
hasty assertion ol the aenate made with
out Investigation, and before cloeed by a
ludginent, no matter how repugnant to
his Judgment it migbt be.
In conclusion Mr. Conkllng again al
luded to the Louisiana ease, and said be
thought it was consistent to refer the
gravj and serious issues in that case to
the committee on privileges and elec
tions, and to refuse to refer the crulen.
tials of Grover, Involving entirely differ
Mr. Morton spokw o( the tacts neces
sary to constitute a pn, uei case and
claimed that the case ol Kellogg was
regular on the face, fie came with a
proper certificate signed by the governor,
and, therefore, had a prima urn case,
which was not invalidated because there
was another body In the state pretending
to be the legislature, or another person In
the slate pretending to be the governor.
It had been argued hers that because
General Grant did uot reeoguize the
rackard government the senate ahouhl
not do so. He had as much respect lor th
hte president as any other man, but be
failed to see tbe forco ol the argument
mentioned. The views of the late pre!-
ucutcoiua not be brought here to iiiflu
ence the senate.
Mr. Iburtnan said tbe charees attaint
Governor Grover in the petition dm
raw oj ua) senator from Oiegon
(iluxbell) were feneral In their char
cter, and as vague as It was possible lor
t mguage to make them ; but Mr. Grover
uesirea blui to say that he courted the
fullest Investigation, aud Le would there,
fore vote lor Cm resolution offered by
the senator fros California (Sargent).
rd, and said he was rot an outlaw, but
of New Orleans. H ,lte p,, N,w
Orleans : were taw-abldlag, why should
Packard btt afraid to show blnuielf before
them. 1 ( had bee said that he claimed
an fHce to which he was not entitled.
The same thing had been said abent the
president ot the United States aud yet in
this law-abiding city that president was
not afraid to show himself. This fact
seemed to him (Howe) to distinguih the
character ot tho people ot Yat-hlngton
from the character of the people f New
Mr. Blaine quoted from the remarks of
Mr. Key while he was In the senate in
regard to the c.ne of the Oregon elector
to the ifleet that he regarded the action
ot the governor ot Oregon as wrong, but
it was not more reprehensible than the
action of the returning boards in Louisi
ana and Florida, and that he (Key) sup
ported Tildcn and Hendricks, and lc
lieved them to have been honestly elected.
The first resolution and preamble sub
mitted by Mr. Jfrargent In the case ol
Grover were agreed to without division.
Mr. Bayard said bo was authorized lo
state tliut It wss the purpose of General
Grover to oSer a resolution if he should
be admitted, calling for the fullest inves
tigation ol ull the charges against him.
Mr. Sargent then withdrew the second
resolution and Mr, Grover was escorted
to the desk of tbe presiding oflictr by
Mr. Bogy and the oath of office adminis
tered by tho vice-prcslpcnt.
The senate then went into executive
session nd when the doors reopened ad
How tbe irnd Dukes JLouk.
New York Hrrald : The arrival of tbe
ducal party took place at a quarter lie-
fore five, and In half an hour they were
comfortably and costly settled in the sp
partments assigned them, which are the
most elegantly furnished and commo
dious in the establishment, although, in
accordance with the expressed wish of
the two princes to be treated as private-
citizens, they are not disfigured
with any insigua indicative ot
tho distinction of their occupants.
The names of the partv appear on
the register as "II. I. 11. the Grand
Duke Alexia, 11. 1. H. tbe Grand Duke
Constantlne, Baron Schilling, Dr. Cou-
daine aud two Servants; Russian frigate
Shetland in Norfork harbor,'' So un
ceremonious was the arrival that K did
not even attract the usual group of spec
tators about Ute door, axd not a slne
stieet rtecognirioa occurred trom tint
Jersey City depot t the hocel. The
Grand Duke Alexis wUl be remembered
in tbe first circles ot New York ad having
been of rather txsyL-h appearance, al
though, of tall and. manly beariug at the
date of his former visit. His figure U
now considerably lulbrr and more portly
than It was in thoe d ty t, an 1 bis then
delicate complexion has been somewhat
brouzed by exposure. He wean his
beard vry differently, alio, and the la
dies ot tills city will consequently have
to provide them-elves with new photo
graphs it their albums are hereafter to
represent the Eussian prince as he Is
a tan auu sun raiuer slender gen
tleman, wenring a full beard, lall-
iug In wavy ripples low upon bhi
breast. His lace, again, is now scarcely
recognizable from the photographs so
carleully preserved by those who were
present at tho Academy of Music, iu
which his former visit culminated. The
roundness that distinguished It then has
given place to a firmness and decision
that bid well lor a splendid career in the
world. He dresses very simply
and quietly. The Grand Duke Con-
a i.i a
eiaimne resemoies ni.s brother very
strongly, and yet not so strongly
as to be mistaken lor him even by the
most casual observor. There 13 the
same manly height ; the same curling
locks cling to the compact Russian head;
the complexion Is of the same pro
nounced blonde, and the physique has
the same general ensemble. The lace,
also, has the same firmness, decision and
command. Of the two remaining mem
bers of the party, the Baron Schilling has
a darker, heavier and more German ap-
pearaace, and tho doctor
!s a thorough
doctor in appearance.
Tae Oaleaarjr r O JIlvtfU.
Chill is a country not well known In
thee lauds, yet it Is tho most Drosnerous
or SHiuth American stab . This is due
to tbe high probity, .intelligence and
houor of the government a reflection of
the best qualities ot a chivalrous people.
The president ol thin noble republic Is
named McKeuna Vicuna McKenna-a
name Indicative of bis Irikh origin and
Chilian nativity. It Is not the first nor
the only Irish natno connected with the
fortunes or the state. O'Jliggins was tbe
liberator of tbe land and Its first presi
dent. His atatue occupies tho most prom
inent position in tbe capital. To delirer
Cbttt ho presented It a ttrst warship, fully
equipped, and Chill named It, In bis
On the battle Adds ol South America,
from Columbia to Chill. iue Irish fought
well lor liberty. And liberty has not
forgotten to bold them In honor. Wnllst
there is uot a genuine Irish name in any
position of command under the British
scepter, the chief of the republic of South
Amerisa celebrates with utmost pomp
the birth of iu Washington, Beruurd
OTIIggins-and. doubtless, at that su
spicious time, President -MacMahon ol
F ranee, sent hi congratulations to Pres
ident McKenna ol Chill.
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DR. C. H?LANE'S
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symptoms of worms.
countenance is pale and
leaden -col ired, with occasional
flushes, or a circiimscrilief! spot on
or.e or both clucks ; tlie eyes become
dull; tiu'i.tvllstli'ue ; .manure semi
circle nini alonr the lower ee-lid;
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i.i the rjominp ; appetite
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ir. t'ie stirnai.h ; -.c.isionaI nausea
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uaeasy and dijlurbcd sleep, with
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tit injury to . n Jcr infant.
The genuine 11.'.. M. Link's Vcr.
MirrcE bears the inatures of C.
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DR. C. BLANC'S
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troobl ofwriiintr. uil rtlcnlr, mnpU-
W'kmvS fi 1 oaru e. I . .1 1 . - .
fltll Wl Wtil ftautisl r.nu H . .
vuuBcofij uiisoiae ami iirMia, one of the
UrK' tt ftiidUt tllutrted puUUctiiii, U tent
-'T- ' wussi in-iTllBlirui,
DmntMlilA ls-irlf f.Ani k,anM w.
Dealer in Fresh Meal
Betwetn WaaUscton tad Commarola
Avsnaes, adjotxilnir Hasay's.
KEF.P3 for aal tbe beat Beef, rrk, lfuttan
Vaal, tamb. flange, Ac. and la ur
r4d it .arva families In an acceptable ma:
JOHN H. XTTUUJT,
Attorney at Lavr.
0'"'jpB ' M reeblene on Ninth Street, tietwoeo
Watbbigtou aveuu. and Walnut ntrecu
Three tbousund, two hundred and flfty dollar
ortb of newtfatr advrrtUiDK. at puLlUbera'
Ua. alvta lor 1700. and a thru, month. ' no la
Mepted la payment from advarti.eraofrcspou
blllty. A printed list, glrlof naine. enaraoter,
stusl flail t a4 weakly oircuiatlua and aabeduk
Uaaof advertislntr, sent rtva to auy add re. a.
ipplytu Uo. 1. Kuwait At.. Wwpapl
Reccominonded by 3ENERAL PLEASANTON
For tlie cure of a lATa rla. uf DI8GASKP. A1m e1 tor Stimulating Vegetation,
We hsve In stock a good rupplr, and can fnriiixh llphM to any deire ll
menslon, ami at prices thut will not juxttly tbose In wnnt In
ending to other market.
The Perfection of Light.
Family Safeguard Oil.
-VVAS AWACDKO 1I1K-
By tbe Jurors and Cornml-sioi.trt of ibe
Oontoniiial Internaticnal Ssilaibition.
As the H'-'t Illuminating Oit, for its ntrsorJIffiry m. rilt ,f -nlrty and Xji-'.liUoi.y
KLAINE was alo swarded aUolf Medal at the ritt.ur;h r tfrmittn ; nn I
adapted, after a thorough scientific and practical U t. by the
I'MIKK PTATEJ (iOVKltSMKNT I.KillT HOUSE DI-.I'A UT.MEST,
And receded a hijib rr.mintndation from the Hoard cf t'nitsd ?tate t amljoit lnj-ev.'
tors, VTanbington, V. C.
Iu'tirsnre lompanies rate LI.Al.NK the hmu-.c :.. a (ia rlvk.
ELAINE is ned on raar.f ol tbe lUUrosds, Sireet Car und l!.;t f of .h coui.tiy
and inaamred superior to udv nther oil lu t'i? market.
Can he used In any lamp.
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Xewspaiiera are not to copy thiadertinient
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UAUfl.il A BUOiUtK-. ew York,
The Centaur Liniments.,,...
pain, subdua sweliins i, heul burns, and will cure
fibturuuliun. Suarin. and an a., h
- ( WM V,
Mn.Al. . 1 . . . . f" I. . . I.I. . ...
A?i Ul e low Wrapper lor anitnat.
" tsasr irii vuvnb ! COUUIlIietl stl'OUCQ
each bottle. Jhcyar cbiH intay, oriJ w
tat In. .
The certain, speedy illumUt
remedy forcbildreo, Nritcber'sCastoria. It is
a pleasant to take as boney and as certain la it
effect a Castor Oil . For Wind Colic, Worm
Sour Rterr.arh, end Disordered !o arris, there
nnihius llket ulAiii.,
G. D WILLIAMSON,
And Dealt in
H. If OHIO LSVSX.
SP JC tjkL attaa Uoi 0ves toeocslftuneats sat
W. II. MABEAN.M. D.
E:es:j:11;: fhjsi:i:a a Surrcc:
(Dr. Ertgham s Sueceuoi.)
omco 130 Commercial Ave.
l-'w Cabo, lilinoU.
Scial attention firn lo tbe treatment M
Chrome Ii.eae aud disease rculiiu to 1.
E. f. Huabei i itlilrr Wine of Iron
has never l.et u Vnown to fail in tbe cure of
wcakne.s, attended with symptom; lndl.
ponltion to evertlon. loaa of memory, rtiltl
ctilty of breathing, general weakness horror
of dmeae, weak, nervoiutremblinff. dread
ful horror of death, night weat, eoltl feer.
weakness, dinineKt of vision, lamruor, uni
versal latitude ol the omcular synteui,
enormous appetite with dyspeptic symp
toms, hot hand, tlablnif oi the bojy, dry
ness of the akin, pallid cnuntcoHt e aud
eruption, on the fu.-e, purllj inn hib I.Iood.
pain n thn buck, heayne ot the eelid.
freqnent blank spots tl)inr before tbe ere
with temporary euttlMon and n cf slvht.
want of atteiulon, eUi. Thea symptoms
all ariKB frui a wcakne.s. and to remedy
that, use IS. K. Kunkel'a Hitter Wine ci
Irou. It uttvur failn. 'i'boiu.ind sre now
enjoyinj' heulth who Lave ucd it. Takn
only yy. Kunkel's.
Hew are of counterfcit4 and base Imlu
tloim. As Kunkel'i liitter iue of Iron 1
so well known all over tho ronntrr, dri"
glhts themselves make an Imitation and try
to sell it orl to their cUNtntners, when they
call lor KunkeP Uitter Wine of Iron.
Kuukei's Uitter W ine of Iron is put up
only in fsl bottles, and has a yellow wrapper
nl.i'lv nut. efin t ll A t 1 1 ui H aa iti( lit ka aHA
sr" w m.vi x svstii tuo VmV
prietor'a photograph on the wrapper ol
each bottle. Always look for the photo
t AM iV.A n..Ant J. ... .
f-'-i'" ' uuieiua, anu you will always
be sure to gut tbe geuuine. One dollar pet
bottle, or six for 5. bold by drujfeiHts and
t'.eslcrs every whem
ALL WOUMS ItEMOVJSD ALIVfC.
E. F. Kunkel's Worm f5ymp nerer falls
ii ir uu niomacn voimi.
ur. Kunkel, tbe only succeKstu) phrsloluu
who removes Tape W orm in two hour
siive, with hesd, and no fee until removed.
Common sense teaches thut il Tape Worm
bo removed, all other worms can be readily
destroyed. Hend lor circular to Dr. Kun.
kcl, o. 259 ofth Ninth etivct, Philadel.
rill . . I a., or call on your drujrirtst and at k
v!u i.u.U Kuokei' vorm Syrup
rl ' tl.OQ. Itnevsriaila.
I.IUIIIIII ll.e. vw. . im.tu cuuii.r
sinMUlt' Ull Us Zivnirrvc
Lt In ii
a. tfc . P mm i-icac of rettrudisct
W ttujj hytf ib (fM sMforUii NUiU. T Wi i
vi4suii urfuraifsttoat, hi h ua mnm sUlord
c-icoc uf repivdisction
lu M VUU.
rii.il an any of tilt intil limit' n ' iu hi. - t- lilili
OUM. W .iSlwai av.tMaarr.Alfc
mint l.u.la u..rr
tun m4 wm, Trawt
E.-N..BW wr, e-,nr .iua .m euhiiiiird. imd la i-.-ry
K.-L at irainy W.1W on mU HZ
tnnriw wufl .
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fivete Md dwAi Um tntknt at h. Uji .b
PJ erwi Wurli,. riuid. la tb. wWWa Menu.
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y,u..iuinMliuivi. tu ni.ni.. ,h.,.
on .u ijimam. iul j e.hUa.cM' tkr