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The Daily Gazette. VOL. LXXXV.--NO. 182. WILMINGTON. DEL.. WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 15, 1876 PRICE 1 CENT LOOK ! CHEAPER THAN EVER I LOOK ' Good Roasted, Grain or Ground Coffee Only 18 Cent THE m TEA STORE« No. 3 WEST THIRD STREET, I Between Market and Shipley Stet, Have made Great Reductions in Coflees and Teas. Good Boasted Coffee for 20 and 22 cents ; a very superior Bio at 25, ■'8 and 30 cts., and Maricabo, Laguyra und Java of very superior nullity. The Cheapest place to buy Coffee and Tea. niirK JAPAN and GREEN TEAS at the low prie» of 35, 40 and 50 cents per Lo an'd good ailtings 35 cents. Tea and Coffee Wholesale and Retail. ,«P<it Reduction on goods to suit the hard times. JAMES CRIPPEN Superintendent of Great Canton and Japan Tea Company. No. 3 West Third Street, Wilmington, De/ Glassware and Chromos given with Tea - and Coffee» Turnip and other season. WHandsoi lecufore.ile ii ADAMS & BR0., treat Variety STOSS So. 50« Market Street, Cheapest Store in the City. DRY GOODS, CARPETS, OIL-CLOTHS, Window Shades, Stair Rods, Look ing Glasses, Crockery, Glassand Tin Waro, Glass Jars, Tin Cans, Belly Tumblers, Cutlery, BOOTS and SHOES, Base Balls, Bats, Cro luet, Toys, Dolls, and Fancy floods, Wholesale and Retail. Children's Carriages From $7.00 to $30.00 i n no. PIANOS. TWOS. 'For $290 and Upwa.ds. ©ROANS For $45 and Upwards, or on Instalments, at )BEL£N & BRO S Warer (HP BTAIR8. (Furniture ! Furniture W, Cor. Fourth & » ii >1 < > rwpectfuiiy inform the publio that I in w t° keep on hand a general asaortiren «urnituro which will be sold at «loweet figures. A: l so . ca rry on the Cabinet business in all its branche«, spared to do.first quality work o 'inscription **'ll also gi : mv special attention to HXUERTAKINU all orders in that line will receive 'Ä^ntion at all times. y' t ; i i 01 furniture Repaired in the best I» nt moderate charges. u * Patronage solicited. 0. U. PETERSON. Ag'l. k^OAiiss '» Linon Handkerchiefs, all " r **«ftivedl. 4L B. 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All Mods o' Knv Care«» made Id th« fees manner *»ud at reasonsnle'urice daolS ONEY TO LOAN ON BOND AND Mortgage. 9AMUEL W. MoCAULLKT; 706 Market St M tut Interview With Kellogg. He IiiMlsia Timt the Returns Shall be Maule lor Hayes, Special Dispatch from the Phi'a. limes Stuff Correspondent. New Orleans, Nov. 14. had a long and interesting interview with Gov. Kelloggtliispnorning. He was unwilling to say bow the State had gone, claiming that any opinion would be worthless in view ofthe fact that the turns from many parishes nave not been received, and placing no confidence' in uu-omcial reports from any source. It might be a week or more before he coukl give a definite opinion. It was apparent, however, that he was very confident that Haves would receive the electoral vote ot Louisiana by the time the Returning Board gets through with its work. He did not know when this board would meet, but supposed they would sit on Thursday or Friday of this week. Their he construes the law, are al most unlimited, and he did not hestitate to say that they ought to throw out the votes of at least five parishes on the ground of intimidation. His attention being called to the fact that everybody conceded that the election wits peaceable, he said that might he so, but that violence preceded the day of election and kept many colored voters away from the polls. When the truth was known it would cause the hair of the Northern people to stund oil end, such was the tale of out rage to he disclosed. The Republicans would show, by aflidavits of negroes, that thousands had been kept away from the polls by bribery and intimidation. There would also be some testimony ot ; effect. re powers, "bite iiuui to tin ■legislature, he claimed douhtedly Republican, and its under th vas un power Constitution being ex traordinary, it would put out Nichols and install Packard as Governor, whatever might lie the popular vote between the two. If Nicholls were installed it would only he necessary for the House to sus pend him and put Packard in his place by resolution. "7/i fact," said he, all h—l cannot prevent Packard from being Gover nor." lie was glad that Northern people were coming down to seo about this mat ter, hut lie wanted no more Republicans who part their hair in the middle like William Walter Phelps. When the Phelps committee was in session at the St. Charles Hotel they were surrounded by armed White Leaguers, and any ne gro who wanted to testify would have been kicked down stairs. George F. Hoar and William P. Frye were the sort of men to investigate this business, and he had telegraphed them to come down and see about it. Kellogg seemed in high spirits, and his remarks were interspersed with a good deal of joyous profanity. The impression left upon me was that li6 had entire confidence that the Returning Hoard would make the thing all right for Hayes, and that the President would back the Returning Hoard in whatever it may do. A conversation with I'aekard was of similar tenor. He had give, hut wt the State would be counted for himself and Hayes. Ho solemnly remarked that nobody could forsee the result after throwing out the five intimidated parish es. It might he 5,000 Republican or it might be o00 Democratic majority, but his faith in the Returning Hoard is bounded, and he will try to he; verdict with Christian resignation, hi« ii what it may. figures to confident that the vote of iin their M. 1'. R. HOW IT IS TO BE DONE. Nobody disputes tbe plain fact that tlie regular returns ofthe votes in tbe differ ent parishes of Louisiana show that Sir. Tilden lias received a majority of about 8,000 in tbo State. That is admitted on all hands. But the Republicans affirm that there has been fraud or intimidation at tbe polls: that citizens who would have voted for llayes have been intimidated or deceived, so that they liavceither not vot ed or voted against their will; and that the Returning Board in New Orleans will chango tbe returns accordingly, and make new figures to suit themselves, aud to show a majority for Hayes. That is the proposition, and on such new figures, made up by this Returning Board, we are to he told Hayes lias the vote of the State, and Congress is to be called on to declare him elected President. If this Board has such power, what Is the use of holding any election at all? Why not leave the whole question to the Board and let them determine who shall ho electors ofPresident and Vice Presi dent? If it makes no difference how the returns staud that are sent to them, and if they can throw out all those they don't like, and give a certificate of election to candidates whom the actual figures show to he defeated, it is clearly-not the people who choose their rulers, but this Return ing Board. This was certainly the case two years ago, when they declared that Kellogg was elected Governor, and that McEnery was not; for then they had returns before them at all, and made up their declaration entirely out of tlieir own good will and pleasure; and then Presi dent Grant enforced it with the bayonets and the cannon of the United States. In this way it is intended that Ruther ford B. Hayes shall be declared elected President of ihe United States by the Re turning Board of Louisiana; and that the declaration shall be enforced by the bayo nets and the cannon ofthe United Stales. —-V. 1'. Sim. no «SOUTH CAROLINA. The Charleston News and Courlor of last Friday gives the political complexion of tlie members of tlie new South Caro lina Legislature. It seems that out of 311 members of the Senate 18 have now been elected, the other 15 holding over. Ol these eighteen, twelve are democrats and six republicans; so that the Senate will now' stand fiiteen Democrats to eighteen Republicans, giving tlie latter party a ma jority of one. In the House of Represen tatives there are one hundred and twenty four members, all of whom have been chosen; and of those, sixty-four are Democrats and sixty Republicans, mak ing a Democratic a majority of four, and giving tlie Democratic party a majority of one on joint ballot of the tw o Houses. The Democratic gains not only make probable the election of a democratic United States Senator to succeed Mr. Thomas J. Robertson, Republican, whose term expires on the 4th of March next, hut they also confirm the probability that the people ofthe State have not only elected Wade Hampton to be Governor, but have given a majority of theiijvotes to Samuel J. Tilden for President. no « A German Journalist on the Situation in New Orleans. Geo. Foergter, the editor of the New Orleans Deutsche-Zeitung yesterday sent the following additional despatch to the publisher ofthe New York Staata.Zeitung in this city : New Orleans, Nov. Id,—The reports in certain Northern papers giving an ac count of riots alleged to have occurred in the streets of this city are without foun dation. They are simply fabrications, which have had their origin on the Re publican side, their object being to bring the white population into 'dispute. The excitement in the city is intense, but the white population remains quiet, and not even a common light has occurred in the streets, much less a riot, which our Re publican managers would be glad to see. Our Democratic citizens, in view ofthe provocation given by the Republicans, evince great moderation and self control, and they are bound to avoid any conflict which might injure their cause. We un derstand perfectly well that, in quence of the ne w turn of affairs, the Louisiana question lias assumed a new phase and lias been transformed into a national question. We comprehend that the recognition of Tilden's election in no small measure depends on the course of Louisiana Democracy, and in order to aid in the success ofthe good cause and to give the Republicans no opportunity what ever to annual our majority for Tilden and Nicholls by the Returning Hoard swindle, we, the Democrats of Louisiana have come to the conclusion to under take nothing for the present except to keep a watch over the doings of tha Re publican managers and to insist on just rights. We know how much there is at stake, and our course will be such that our political confreres of the North will have no cause to complain of us. Tue latest aspect of affairs are as follows ; A number of Custom House oflicers have left for the upper river country .They carried with them bags full of affidavits, which the blacks of that district are to sign with their X, swearing that by intim idation they have been prevented to exer cise their right to vote. These aflidavits are to be handed over to the Returning Hoard and on the ground of these sworn statements, obtained by fraud the vote of the respective parishes is to be thrown out. With the aid of these fraudulent aflidavits the Packard-Kellogg clique reck transforming our Democratic ma jority from 8,000 to 10,000 into a Repub lican majority. But we expect that the presence of the leading men from the North will put a stop to this infamous scheme. Our German citizens who, with out exception, have cast their vote for Tilden and Nicholls, received with special satisfaction the news that Mr. Ottendorfer was one ofthe delegates. Kellogg inso lently refuses to reconstruct the Return ing Hoard, which is illegally composed of Federal and «State office-holders, maintains that he has nothing to do with the fact that Madison Wells, the President ofthe Returning Hoard, is the Surveyor ofthe Port. If Grant will remove him from the position of Surveyor lie says he may do so. The fact that Wells, as a Federal officer-holder, cannot legally act as a canvasser, is purposely ignored by Kellogg. The loss suffered by the Radi cals is a gain for the Conservatives. The Bulletin has suspended its publication. It sheet sailing under false colors. While pretending Democratic principles, it indiscreetly served the cause of War modi and his faction of carpet-baggersand negroes. Its pretended proprietor and editor was Page M. Baker, but it was real ly owned by the lottery dealers, Charles T. Howard and ex-Govemor Henry Clay Warmoth. In 1872 Warmoth joined the democratic party, but at the early com mencement of the last campaign he again joined the Radicals. His paper, the Bul letin , although sailing under democratic colors, indirectly supported the carpet-bag I Tty. The returns show the following composition of the Legislature: twenty democ-ats and sixteen republicans in the Senate, and sixty-eight democrats and fif ty-two republicans in the House of Rep resentatives—a democratic majority of 20 on joint ballot. This insures the election of a Democratic successor to United States Senator West aud a Democratic Senator for the vacant seat in the United States Senate, to which Pinchback for a long time aspired. George Fokhstee, Editor of the Deutsche-Zeitung. ' -uns.' Oils ne was GENERAL NEJFS. The Medical Society of Savannah have declared tlie epidemic at an end, and notify absentees that it is safe to return. Judge Walter II. Lowrie, at one time Chief Justice of Fennsly vania, died at his home in Meadville yosterday, in the 77tli year of his age. Nearly 2,000 hales of cotton and a large quantity of bacon, lumber, fertilizers and cotton ties were destroyed by the great fire at Savannah on Monday night. The Tilden commissioners in Louisi and have addressed a letter to the Ilaycs representatives requesting a conference in order to secure a fair and impartial count by the Returning Hoard. Tlie South Carolina Democrats have asked the Supreme Court for a writ com pelling tlie State Hoard of Canvassers to receive and count the election returns according to law, without exercising any judicial or discretionary functions in re gard thereto. The Times Commissioner in New Orleans sums up the situation as follows: Louisiana has been carried for Tilden by not less than 7,000 majority, hut tlie Returning Hoard will count it for Hayes unless restrained by public sentiment in the North. The Prospect In Florida. Tlie following dispatch was received in Baltimore lost evening: "Tallahassee, Fla., Nov. 14, 1875. —To II. Cloy Dallam: Tlie returns of the county canvassing hoards are not yet in. The State canvassers, of which I, as attoreey general, am one, does not meet for thirty-five days after tlie election, hut you may çest assured that Tilden has carried this State, and so has Drew' for Governor. Wm. Akchk Cooke." Incautious Admission of Republi can O fficials. Kellogg'«) Tael leu. The. Republican Commission. Special Despatch from the Times' Staff Cor respondent. New Orleans, Nov. 4. The Northern Democratic cammittec, with Mr. Watterson 'and Senator Lamar, have been in session" for several hours to day-Gov. Palmer in the chair. The re sult of their delibation is given in the. communication of Judge Matthews, pro posing a joint supervision ofthe work of the Reluming Board,which will be found in the regular despatches. The communi cation, as reported from a special com mittee, had rather a different tone, but it was remodeled at the suggestion of Gov. Bigler and Gov. Curtin. The Democrats now wait to hear from the Republicans An army officer informs me that United States Marshal Pitkin admitted to-day that the ballots as cast give Tilden a good round majority. Another Republican official says that they can reduce oDemo cratic majority to 1,500 by throwing out five parishes, but that "devil of it is to get rid of that 1*600 on any plausible pretext.*' Gen. Augur says that the election in New Orleans was as quiet as was ever seen in a New England village, have heard little of' the intimidation by violence of which Gov. Kellogg complains The Gov. says he applied for troops soon as Taft issued his circular to United States Marshal, but that he did not make a fuss about it, as Chamberlain did,— knowing that it would raise a row in tin* North, that President gave him all he. wanted and he used them of good pur poses. A "still hunt" was what he called this way of using the military. Troops are still pouring into the city. General Garfield arrived last night. It is now said that Mr. E. W. Stouglison, who is ex pected in the morning, comes fully ac credited as Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary from Chandler to Kellogg and will assume command of the Republican forces as the representa tives alike of the administration and the. Republican national committee. He has engaged three rooms at the Si. Charles Hotel. The two colored members of the Retui .ling Board have been placed on a monitor in the harbor to prevent their be ing tampeied with by the Democrats, as they He. seems to as thought to be purchascable. m. r. ii. Italy and the P«p«. THE ITALIAN MINI8TKY I'ROI'OSETO 8EIZK THE POPE'S PALACE IN CASK OK HIS DEATH. London, Nov. 14:—The Cologne Gazette last evening jmdliwhed a report which has been presented to the King of Italy, by his Ministers, regarding the measure to he taken by the Italian Government at the death of his Holiness, the Pope. The. The ministers propose immediately after the Pojie's death to occupy the neighbor hood of the Vatican by military. The prefect of Itoino will request certain 1'ar pal officials to assist at viewing the body and other necessary formalities. If this be refused, the precept will for bly enter the Vatican, accompanied by the questor, and also by physicians, no taries and witnesses, who after viewing the body, will send a certificate of inquest, to the cardinal deacon. A seal will be at tached to the furniture in the Pope's de partment, and remain so until after the removal of the body, After twenty-four hours the body will be at the disposal of the clergy. The report also recomends that the pre fect be instructed after viewing the Pop*''" body, to take possesion of the most 1 portant Papal insigna, including the fish erman^ ring, and deliver them with the certificate of inquest to the cardinal dea con. in VV r i>consfn for Tilden bp n Majori ty of the Monemt Toto. Fran the Milwaukee Cemsserciel Times. Nov. 10. It will be the duty of the official can vassers of the vote of Wisconsin to de clare its electoral vote for Tilden and Hendricks. From all portions of the State come well authenticated reports of unprecedented Republican fraud and in timidation. Caretul estimates have al ready been made showing that the popu lar legal vote of the State gives a large majority for the Democratic electors. In St. Croix, Pierce, Popin and other counties adjoining Minnesota the returns show that the Republicans havo run in hundreds of voters from tlie adjoiniug «State. Counties furthers up the river in the northwest keep their returns hack, undoubtediy at the order of Keyes, so that they may send in any report that the Boss dictates. There is no question whatever that the Republicans have been gui lty of the most outrageousl raudx in tlie sparsely settled counties of tlie State. It remains forthe official canvassers of Wis consin to thoroughly investigate the re turns that on tlieir very face show fraud. It remains for the Democratic party see to it that the official canvassers do their full duty. FLORIDA. Ex-Govemior Walker Positive that 7'il gen has 1,200 Majority—Danger of a Miscount, Special Dispatch to the Tii_ Tallahassee, Nov. 14—11 P. M.— Tildeu lias certainly carried Florida by 1.200 majority, it is feared that the office-holders will alter the returns, as heretofore, and return for Hayes. Troops are here. D. S. Wai.kkk. [Ex-Governor Walker is one of the most intelligent and reliable citizens of the State, and has been governor and Chief Justice. —Ed. Times.] ILLINOIS. ANOTHER DEMOCRATIC CONGRESSMAN. Cario, 111., Nov. 14.—The Democrats this morning claim tlie election of Hart zell, Democrat for Congress in tlie Eigh teenth District, by twenty majority, VIRGINIA. Richmond, Nov. 14.—Official returns from 1)3 cities and counties in Virginia show a majority for Tilden of over 40, ' 000 .