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THE NEW UORLEANS DAILY DEMOCRAT,
OFFIoCIAL JOURNAL OF THE STATE OF LOUISIANA.
10L. I---NO. 1. NEW ORLEANS. SIUNDAY, FEIHIIUARY 11, 1877. PRICE, FIVE CENTS.
XI W (JRLEANS PACIFICI RAILWAY.
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111i MAJESTY ( O ES.
Rex and i is Suite aire Ie Houte by Nlie
hial Train.
PoT l lor.t,,, F l'. 10.--'lho Ring of
thi (Uatriivitl taul soilt . with Iah. iiine
i'inri< l.sr8st)ointe tt lt.i lotiinyItinl hiit,
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fi' by Lii ill til' plr e dingss iof it , (C uii i ,sion.
ill! iv: sy iutlihsi anid weainto , anl it 1
I , Itu ill to ) so until ,a Ic Sii i fi u li lly I teanh
ocl, li i thlre is a fti hlug Peolv.a lug the c.otllu
unty, of hope. that the Commissieion, whe the
L ,ilitana case comes before it, will act justly and
fl. ly, or, tt least, with some show of justno at
od fairntess, tha itf they do not seat the Tilden
electors nriiher will they seat the Iayes electors.
In cnnectioni with the Louisiana casel ain in
ter~isiug f.sct is, that Jas. P'llotier, a waiter cAn
intcd iuithi the Four deasons testaturant, t as
gotsl to Washingtoa in charge of a sorgeant-at
arnis as a witness, and it is said and believed
that lis testimony will co reborate that given by
Lit letltil.
his depa.ture did not please the imen in
THE ST. LOUIS HOTEL,
and from this it may be conjectured that he
knows more than too supporters of P.ckard
would like him to tell.
The it. Louis Hotel people, while professing to
fel perfectly well satisfiled with the action of the
_omintssi .n on the Florida case, and confident
that it may be taken as a sample of what thelr
future action on the contested States will b, by
the r mtsnner and conduot show thut they ar - not
as certaea of the ultimaAe eult as thley would
have people iellm a'?49
e~eleaainessi**w'
rjiJElMjfl(C ItAPI 110.
C;ON WtIk:*S4.
The Ilousce of ltejreneliltiif ives
Wli Oibjlct to the Action or
the "Tribitunal in t he
Floridla Case.
A Long I)ubi'le in ProNspec.
Thoe Nicholls' (aoverninert will Un
doialtiedly 1H Maitatnined.
WVAR ii i NI T N, i'oi. I 0, 1 :3I0 1(. in. ---'I'lto
t~wo hliIUOI4 wvill JZ') hinto jii t IiFllR0f1
ali, 2 o'ioia.. Ana (l'joetlaon w~ill
probabaIly hon mianle by ihlo JIcnloa
of J1i'proera tn a ivot to V1 I 1110 raiota utf ~ilo
Trllnuinl on tIho Florila oo.ao, whijoil
aaany coneaiAl)lno I lao r(aviaanlma'r of tht'
(lay.
Nohn o mnolg.n)t stbo
(lo011 Iii the ( f in ii tlp li oil ( 11LouisianI.
WoAH InNalioN, 'loh. 10. 2 p. M.
'I'lo 110iN(1o IS Ik III taket a11uiFN io niii
Montariy, lutl.1tl #oiit will Iho ,"(iiiiIj
fot I tiiycii. Every OItuIl Ion anoI prep
airnllon hoe (Ita Inkut for te lao luttll
10111iiit iiie. I onolurn (hpai on Lilnr Iio
romain1 in iho Commission, Tilderrrfic n IsI
Ralfe. T o NlNihol: I g v(orn mnon I s noti
u 'no oarll y involved. It, will 11 mtain
taineti. It. L. (IiuyoN r
Rt Ti(!t Wit. ly v vL,
NolhltK ..(, nn r,-lliry
WAuInINaTON, 1Fonh. I), 2:1G p. in. Af
tor ('cR oIldorablo lii i fllrl41.ng I h(o Iloaauu
ais ,just rorwlaed roll c'all on y0Ie aiiad
nays to take recess till M onhaty, nI 10
o'clock, lend log ending th I iII c lO11 Irota or
oljoet-Ionu to Ilao nolionaor o ho 'ri
ho nail on the Floridai vatoe.
It, wiii 1,o errIe) by very netarly it
st rIct haifl y ve to.
Not hiag ntia 1 to-(lay. lIt ira,.
'ait. haaive i(lernlledl rot t yil I
thla vnrlla't or Itha Tfri buaraal Ir a ont Its
notion in regiard to thla vole of or i ,or.
lanatis itanarkoi by 1 ho satain (losu and~
aiespiratlo parl lanasatla tp lit ilthariotr
izel lIts actlon In ilao tlirilda enlac.
TIhorn onay Ito sonie fam yet Itoforo thao
tinlg ha endlod. lit: 1Lra.
No Evidence will be Admtllted by the
(ommislion in the Louisiana Case.
If this be Ione the I)emocralt will lIeflue
to Sit. any Lonle r on the Coniliniscion.
( -potitl to N. 0. D1)mocrat.,]
Wa!litin arcN, Fob. 10.--A prominent Ohm lIe
pubol'lriian, a imlwibr of (oigres, hari j let tIold
l)n e lihllnW positively, and of his owll knIllowlidgl,
that the Ele toral Tr luin i would ldecide by the
m0in11O ol volt of `, no 7 no111 to, (·nai lor any tes'i
iomiiy ini tlio Lhiiiniiai. ca.o, except that. e nllnit
t, (I by the ]'renident of thie Motnati, which con.
.idls niimply of the two inhod ilets of 'orliicat1 lie.
lie stlithlley lihad asom1 tliluilty in getting U(..
F, ]Io1n Ito agro to thin progtanmo, biut that h-e
was all right, and it would hoi pIhlied tihroiiugti.
If (has infoirmt i o, provvs tiu,, Judges Chilltrd
and Vield will imimoi.iately reoignl itemn thoom
Ilinenlro ; the ir ivd lllfocl'rati4 wilt r lifuos to loa
ally furnhr part. in ttie aotlon of Hill 'riblnal.
Theln loot out for hun. JIliisLL.
A Ronanln lIii Ihr.
?tlIrenif, 1'(b. 1i0. -udimgo logwond, of the
(himirnal (court in Memphis, this morninug fined
ex-M-ayor . iin Langue fifty dollors iand eont him
to jail till ho would answer for rofusing to tebnity
agsainst hims sonl for forging his name for a semll
ILmolluit.
ANOTHIIER HANKI .ONE.
Tihe roitrvllie llnkllnar (mllpalny hull
l'olTrsVlai,ll Ft b. 10.-T'!io Mountain City
linkiing Comnpany, of Pitteville, II, 11su 1 ed1
thisI mºorning. (}Glit (xcit< met xtett in c'Olle
qiuoeuO. Tho directors h.lieo lthat llhn d, posi
torIs ill got nuotbhing.
Nrw I o tislln.
XXV'aIIT(lros, Feul. 10. The I'reti lnt, has rcc
gnir ii I. '. lucul nol l int. (;nl ei l I' ]Fra eo it
Nio tlit utl , riilel l ,ll i I Ii r(ILIi0li ( fIs til (
il) a iirti)n l11tio lh, 11ir tllg nlllf' at the' e t al,
itop tin If th oli til thl ,ort, y
Turllklivy ,*1001on e .'Ilf'T
n'oTlNr, lrtl virrly br-Toit o irll L ter i tut
PTho,lrte o di , lae f It i oli wo ncld , dhave b
anusiry 2,r t .i oriih delepitatee, i they lad iiin
justifying rejecti, n of the proponelo of I(o
ipower, comllnti ai a lvry exopnt..et, thn to h ll
the Uson. Iatiefld by an. ion waltif at the fibothal
sirtin4 of the Conferoct o t he n orten by ite.
action, had virtually abrogated the treaty of
Paris.
The Porte declares no'lhing would have bon
e he r Tuop kish delegates, if they had ncon
sidered snuc a c(turse expedient, than to chow
that Gen. Ignatiegnfl' assertion was dfective both
in foam and nuostance. The delegates, however,
remained silent, as Gen. Ignati ff's remarks were
irrelevant to the object of the conference.
The European delegates, by their allence, gave
an unequivoc 1 sign of automshment at the lan.
guage ino which Gen. Ignatitff pretended to ex
press the views of the whole conference.
UTnjournallstic Conduct.
LovDON, Feb. 10.--A dispatch from Vienna to
the ,~acndard reporte that the obhef of the St. Pe
tereburg prese bureau bas been dismissed by
order of the Czar, for permitting journals to use
language detrimental to the peace and oono.rd
with friendly governments. `
A New Eleetioe Orderet.
'i tiia Fob. 1Ot4e aflnoonoq Oht
tI hyratbuu. ý ih ý*iaa DLO'
The lon- o r OJ,) ctR no tlh Iro iRep
tion of lho Vlote of Florida.
The Two Ihlitir NeMprate, and the IIoune
or I(teprl'ct.ntat'l ive AidJonlIsI UIInil
Mondatly Wllulnt Adelinr oun
i' l'uIdn.
I Hpolal to, N. (). Dlemotcrat. I
W trtiriN'. . . o . 1. T ro H iao e t.,nk f rt
coe tnltil 12 ini., no an to mike the Ino loalft, ry
prehparatiofn to) recive the Menatn in join ltSes
Pionl. 'Tohe gall rieA were orowdod at an early
thour by anI xnitoin Rtlietoc,.
Who l li thilon vi rennet tinld, at 12;:10 p. in , a
communion itn was rah rl fro, mn Ie Otc Oral
.hiinlniRi,)l), r'jing t hel l f t. that it hoid tLran -
uiti, nel jl (he jcisiol in l he I atlll t..er lo tle irlorila
elteolorf to he i'raldonlt of the Fenlate, who
wonii remd it to thu hlnt.nn in o Iint sillni.
A hii was Bo1, road to lnnlllnrag private tulo
gr,|phin cvonveinioutr on bI lwornt' Amn Tina i;(d
n11 .p' 9. Itil f .t'ro to tit C tolnl ittooon F iot go
A n. i s.
'it t Honate inet. 0t. lit . in. with a very lite, at
tLotu·nwo. "I hn t.,1It ianIIato.rs wiorn not fll .n1
brlght, in by itoi Hrgnant-_tt-Arms. A rotean
wos Iake untmil 12 ti. 'T1he1 totnate rn.aeoareltld
at 12 wlHit l i fill atalludre or f.elrtor. 'hile
do i ion of th' El]'hctloral (iollmijlin. win re
rceivd,. A onrlnulllnlititn was the n.lt to the
Ifn ll1e, to the T ftIvt tlhat the Honll rt wan ready to
L )et1. in nIvll) 0 n.1.1 i.
N i btineso t I' any kind wan tr OlnOlRId beforn
n:lo o''oc'k, whl tIhe HtHnto lrooodedl to tile
At 1I 2) p. n . .tn HeIRonatn alnd Huson ilt 'il
joilt Ps'OsionI to p)ron(eeId with tho coullt olf tlle
prfnilelllti vote. Forrv, as 'lresPinnlt of the
I.ltfnte, called the1 join.t session o order and rPed
till dIlcipoln of t.he ]EoI.ltornl Ol mm.risson givitng
the vllR of 'Flotihll to Iltyen, ,st Il the rcatont for
this deoisionl. 'The.o refaonsl wlre :
1. That thle C(omlllistion was no1t ornlmpr-otnlt to
lhear (vlll.oeo outsi;le of thil certlitates of the
llovl'rnlor of Florida.
2. ThIIt, tIe iorntminion cn'd 111 pay no t,'ention
to ntIA of tile courllts or Lgislaturoe Rnll.,llsltint.
to tClie ('sting or the vote of the cl-t0,lrs for
FProill lInt.
Thi tlneiiorin was isinrd by Br ,ll',y, l;d
inn11111I, I'e1 lllhlnysonl , (lariald, lHoar, lor:tonll,
Miller amnd HIrtnl.
Aftlr the riport was trlid, Davidl I)Udley Fiold
plresetuiti a prolelt olj. clintg (l thll r oeption
of tlhe c(',mi mt ios blefore atlged by five e ona
ftrm and II 1ve(n it preROltatives. The lobjeclilots
reciteld
1. Th'at thie n|ayes ol '- (rn wire nit lawfully
2. 'T1'ht evidence showin tiheir lnnlelleliont
woundl not, be admitted.
1. 'That al cvid.lnce of fraud in thlo "lor.da
vote collleteld Iby the Pettato and lltse colnrnit
toef had h1on i xcil1 led by lie Conlmmlssiou and
re fised to bl hIolrd.
4. That the ommissiion had refltted to recog
nire tie ipoer lrto thle coullrts or Florida, oldering
a new count of the voIls.
5. That to fv dtnce was allowed to to b intro
duced to ishow that the certifllctes ilssued by
(lov. HtIarnisst land theo lleturlling Board had bIoo
ropuldiated by aill the dpartlments of the Florlda
ti. That it would be a violation or tlo conatito
tin. to c.ount ithese votes.
Theo two houlses th"n I eparaftel. he Honato
voted dlown by a voto t I11 to 2t5, a strict party
v'tf, a prop'l'itiou to take la t(eRs, anli a long
eilato t n!tled on the forml and llnl onr of colunt
ing the voto of FlorlJd. After this, a mIoti n
was ,Offl1rfd that the Yoto of Floria Ibe riJ j of 1,
wlilchl was aigafin voted Rown by a vote o 41. to
2'n, ffli1 by Ia lfinllar rote it was r so.flved to count
tlo F oridla volt n "4cided by the commlffllm
fiofn for iayes and Whleilor. Tlhe Iloutu was
thlnl iflfrtlwld of Lho actionl takn blly theo tfnatllet
in lfthe mattr', anll the S.elntf tfookIf a rooe. luntlil
Monday.
in the louseo Mr. Lyndemovodthat the Hollfse
take a recflls fnotil MondLayS
Th1 Ifepultlican: proest.,d nglinst this, on the
groulnd that tho motion was not in ordfr.
A long anld stormy difcuslionl folloHwed in thile
lilIonan ol theo Ircprifety o talking a re icef till
Mondaly aill its ability to fdo so.
A cfommuniation.l was rtecivod fromn thie )Son
ato that it hal d Iotatf'l thef dcision of tlhe Tri
bunal and wat rTcaiy to mOffOt the Iloiole again in
jifiint s. es il.
'J'Lh rasololluion to talo a rocese until IllMonday
wasI pa.Oed by alnolllt a party vote, a ow De)omo
crati votiog agaifit At. Tho votel was 161 to 108.
''lrhe NupremI et Csoturt Varnne y.
[New York tn',.]
It may 14e cons10'lerr dl certainl Ihitt (Jon. (Ira.,t
will havyEs itn Iopportunity to fill 1hi4 vi'-r'ancy, for
.II.lgo I)viA has no tutount: ; o r.lign'lllgt (lutting
the r" tliiniu wi l, e of hi ttrnt. .t . T'1'ril.' or
.lr. I1 l i( , a4 illay be d(lCe,. I, sill zighlfll lly
I rail I i' app )inel h nit. Atr tloe tll rt rlow et1 td ,
I Il , 1 I - e:, IlW d(l fr1 m l liy V lt o i it.s l, t l h
I t 'I , II i( .o0 , i.14' , 4 ut hi'I , nih rilrt 11bo n , In two
I"". ','v 1y;.tI n N. 1'ii c, N w Je'r'y nd In ni
': 14 '1 4 I41o4, I4'.V. ' 1444I'n
S rIi' ;(tf, e ', W , ll."li I I," I 0ir , il, It OI ,i i, i
-'I. t I t'.L IIIU t) '1 l) 1 1A 14 0 11,,4. 1l: I,1 1,I v,).
lI; } i4'l ,I'i 1i9 (;' l, 'o 1[i ,L it 4l, ( I'4lnr rfr
s] le . ll t, h , c 1. 1 r i:." ' ll i 4e Illo l, ( r 'I ,l
, 4; ' ' rlt4 g' . 1iinn irut etir 'i ER; In 4
4o n0 ) II Er Er10 To' ot ion, oI p .r(reC , anI tL "
I i' 4''v. 14h 4i4r14h4', E 'mpoultnIrg rerr
vin..44 .4 r. tm erhItauteEd. 'J 14 o rr-it i tur,
u444 s '' inno;ial. 'iho carpust-bg Myhittrm gEnr -
ally hea ltll ] into ul.ttr d .grae',, anId l It t vio
lent, nmEs.ure', by whit"n xtrel.o lotdoi lhave
sought to hold von to howtr wt now generally
cou'uitmned by the cotn:r ry.
In tlhi ch(inged coud(itrn of things it, i only
reaso:n e tlo to 1lnppoe that bota .iºs will agrote
that thn, touth outght to have its jut coutsid, ri
tion in the (t Evernttent, at it has to bear a full
share of the public burdens. 10lcoe the proba
bilihty is, whether Mr. Ti den or Mr. Hlayos be de
clared President, the ountner ' itates wi.l be
recognized in the selection of a Judge of the
oupro.ne Court.
Another Arrival.
As the time for the appearance of tbo great
Rex draws near, the arrival, of distinguished
nobles of the realm bec Ames r, e lrequvnt.
Every train brings in some cignitary, so tb.t the
rooms at Grand Palaoe Hotel are rapidly being
takou n', and extenesve as are its accommoda
lions, it will soon be full to repletion. Yesterday
the popular Duke of Alosr, with his followers,
resached the city, and being a p.blio spirited gen
tleman, he at once ordere, for the use of Car.
nival Pelace a fall stuok of oslebrated cam.
pague, h iy
'IllE IIO. U E 1VANI', J)ELAV.
Mtatt ('irlpti.ler'la Coriglu M I reat S.lpenl
oil tlh |.o llo ,inan C( ,.
J.ditde 4liller {Von Over by the Itadllal
l'arli nnH.
'rr llonuie of klepresentntlve WVIIll Not
Paln.llt to alvate ftle IIoullaln lte -
furnllrll Isonlrd mAloveil Ilowna
'I helr T'hroam.
i[ .wrial to N. 0. Det)nitcrat. I
WAviitv-isi, lob. 1t. rho aotion if the
Ilouoe to-dyli was a well eonb)lllornd ti',wo to gain
Lim. I[n visw of the pnnibilility that th, Trihi
,el will a mit tlin rports ant testiimonly of thi
tiittio and Senate uniiitiotne as e viditinn in the
loiia.n a tac., it wagi d .irahblo thatlL Lhi tiaolintl
iv oif Fiehil'e (t llm ittnn -h ul I )it as flull as. p F. -
tihlo when ireentrdil. If thn Ib Isn0 st.,il.e upon
,nisi~ii ita a noti, ho reincli, d by the 'Tribunal I-',
furo Wedtlpdneiy nixt.
it i% uunuti l b dtthat MitL Carpolnt.r wi
II'cipy Itle llltiro timl aillwAnd to c'uttl for th
ionoa.ir'i irl Hid) in itPArltig tihe IoluisiaiL iita1 e
tI the 'Il ibunl al. lti ar~gllllutnll id iI arly pro
Sr id, stutd it will b-, turtainly, tho griintet
'lroniie. fftr. diiiverd In the (Cnapitil hiblilnigl
nolltn (.i l ldays of Wi llnftr alli (aItiiuhonno. Matt
intidsli it, to tatnd ta thie itiast'ir-piiott of hiti
Iii', and Iliorn is lh ul3 y who caill iha.dlo the pbli
j 1 Ot lo I'illiitiiin an ho ni. I1, in Ib lin vid that
!it will ttu ptroloiit Ile . cord asc to 9c,mllvi JIudgi
Iitidily, Hi nator I lililiunds aliIl 1i-prilntattivi
Irtar to i'iltlrt a tdmit tetimntoni or eRplaroly stril
iily Iteir recnrd ilon lih allljrct of Lout isiana
ilrhilg the last foull y atir. At all ovnnte, (Jar
patitlor eay' hRe an i( n ( Ilai.
Trlmenduroiuis par ty tprespsuro is hiting brollght
to eatr upon Dlraidley, Edmnuntdl and flolr to In
dJun tIhomn to liprEscrve the party vote of right to
imven on the qirelstion if admitting tuvidenco in
ihl Louilsianas oae. It is underetood that Mil
ler, ilespito what I telegralhoud you last ilght an
ti hise views, hain ygilded to party presnsro, and
will vote to r'ji-ot all evllrenoe, provideld tho othlltr
three, mentllonti above, can beo brought ilnto the
traces.
It may be ttatod without rescrvo that if the
tribuiali take tle same ultra partisan eturlti on
ioullutslani aluhi it took rrgardlig FIlorida, the
re.nil will not be accitutptrd by the lHoutise, and
thrn ler no tolling what c'lrg.qllnnces mayensnr.
Hoveral largor I,)lo-holri havo boon dieaovoreol in
thl Itlcototal bill, which It in needilles to point
lot litre, hut whii'ch will coon 1b t!ooniu apparent, if
thle 'ribunal riots to abiro the Lou!sianna ItRturn
Ig Jhard down our thlroats. Iliiett.,
What In Ilnhoulht of II.
Coslaideriing the poubioity which has born
given to the mneasure by the press, and its im
portanco to the business commnitly of New
Orikans, it is re.markable how fow merchants
of the city were toned who knew anything about
the bill recenItly introduced into tile lgisla
ture, entiltled "An ant to create the LUoari of
rrade of the city of Now Orleans."
As regr is the bill, among those who did
know niythinig or it, there was a great d.ffTir
nclie Of iopill, somei aLiproviing i., a it reaIds.
others iirloreiig ce rtain sections of ii, and still
others exprlsiliAg thl(ieln cvIs as opposedI(I to the
minaSur- in. o/l.
The frrwlils of the bill c'aim that the want of
a ]loard of Tradeo in l.w Orleans lih long en'ei
r'e]t, anid that the prop ,ult bIoard will, ii' created,
supply this want to tie flllliet extent. They say
that it is btit just aidl proper that thie nmrc antits
of New (ireeio hli Pllliihave Ith control of tlie
l-p cliull i a l w'tigiliing ofl I d]lir e, irii the
apolillniltm t t.f the if,l'per.irrs, wiiihiterl' , i d
kaugerie, andht , iti th Ie Iii givi Il tlin, hrou(gh
the Iloird oI '1rail. o itire cliarge or iht mlu.ttir.
I tiny say vr'i.iilig tiro board wilh i.ii h rity
ravor the iin nti., end tplhe icharge' frir iin+p
Manwill l li ,wti tli ) I(rwtin of lh t c ly: lrnt by so.
ilriig a thlor, ii.ih iiI ri t il in x iiination of
pait klrges andit their i:iieitii, thenrby proino.iig
coiil,'ino. btw h (enli tit,) iii. ur alind s(iller arid
sec0nlli by enabliing tilemii to redluc the fees and
'tls almid lo inligill the explnso of the shi pper,
tnertl'y attracting larger conslgnments.
'they clainm thalt as trade increases the board
will be Illnabild to lower the fees and exp,,nsst for
exmlinations, etc., to a figure that wail elnshlo
New Orictrs, sol fr as cots on prodinoe rtic ived
goes, as chea amlud kot as there Il in the ciUn-.
l y.
in a. d ition theye ay that tlih powers ctilferred
in lii board by the bill are thiose hield by al silm
ilir oirguiniztai.li in miost of thl i largo tit.ic o' the
Union, alid expi rione nas ishow i that tihos asso
iat!iso do muci h ilto oncouragoe Litado and secure
businocs.
I he opptiOlnt to the hill object to the uniliom
ited power over the co'miliorc of New Orleansll
winch it gives the biard i ore it's. Tin y tiln
tet(, hait lh iite 1 ae in c5u:tioin four, which reads
aasf ill ws : " /tut this corporation shall be and is
'herety lniw red, anid it i hereby matile its
dtilly, to tl a s Ibuis and maintin juit anld o r.ot
stanidarts of iqua ity adl qnanti y of Il tir, grain,
hay. provisiiins. gro nerioa, hni lore, anino a o'/ i
'l',e If nl'(r t s''"ill IJrti r eil ar. 1(l, I 'll i1 n ('1'.V ,"
sad ilthe flto i llwin elasiie in sectiOn fti '""'o T o (tdo
,lii l niti ii.nt iin niii' ,rinily ii, ointnitir/ li" 'rmlli
il the oily i f Niew )rlhatrs, toii corr et aliuss. rli
proinuto jui.iilt e nd i iii Ii r .nil s ( f tri alll ",
i e .. gfiv e n tehr 1 b ,, r l I ti n r i ", ) al h, l i hl r i l , <
Ut ' i g eio fr1 i el' i t ii' ta o n 'of ialy Ate
tvteryh ' I 1 lO n.e : , 1 1 t th c t.. . i,, . t rl ,
and (;iv, t to to i vohr ral aw,,l 1
i n" 0 <fn lo b l on it(ill , . 1I S y
hny, hj,,t t-lih , .,. ; wh -h n3 tiq the
ia, ,tism , rit l 1i, r.l. t , l.
'1ii0: _" iri t )eul n t bu tdec',de. by Iblu f r ( .. s
i 1t he ( r.
'hl% e rt i the mii1in llojoci tin to lhi bill, axiil
'htuy will tioe preelt ed to the luegi i ituri ie is
muemnural, whici was in circulation alioig the
mn.rchtuts esterdaxv.
to nalibl-: those merchants who have not yet
done io to become acqilaint-d withi the bill, a till
and complt to sylp.a <,f tthe bill is given in
another olumn iof toh DEMoOrI T.
..... *@ 1.- .. ...
THE OlItE.ON CANE.
Watts' Restignation Dated November 13.
WASn.ocrox. Feb. 10.--The Committee on
Privil, geas a Ad Powers examined l'Postmaster
Getoeri Tyner, who produced from the files of
the Department a 1 thel papers bearng n Watts'
re'eignation. which show that Watta resig, ed by
tel graph Novenmber 13, and telegraphic sec, pt
anee was sent by the Poetmaster General Novem
ber 14.
Watts' written resignation to Special Agent
Underwoo i weas not received at the department
n.til December 9. ' he records of the depart
ment show that Henry W. Hill was appointed
Wastts' succeeessor November 28.
Hih's bond was flrwsidid to him Dpeoemb r 11,
and was returned approved January 8, 1877, o
whle.di a hi eonmiasil was *us him. The
-:+, . .P ++ '' .il
T'.llE, LOUISIANA CASE.
Anld a f.. iVWords also AboIutL the Floridla
IIolsitn et.
Iurllnner ha I t Delmonratll Counsel Will
ilrinr Portl to Icefend Iouiimlann.
I(or N. Y. Fin.o ll.l
Wa tuoN.fr.,N, Frb. 5, 11177. lhio i.epblican
claim for FI 'irida rnmts, by ihin arguirilnts of
Julgoe lIatlthIw andr othor I~rfie'o thi Iteinotorall
(:nniist-iionr, not on t ie govorr'nore cnrttlllat and
Iot on Inl i joIrity of VotF l, tot. on1l thil rt urll
imade by theIli Ntt lntritnr;g 111 ard. 'The ilao
Isrn, Maid .IJloldgn latthew, are cho on by the
people, voting at their piriotll(,ots; theI vote 14 (on
soiilatet| by oonoty fltlirs, ancd their cionvsolida
lionli are thofl r.I'port." d by thoem again to a tihird
ant higheslt ail last retuIrlilng o.il 1 re or can
VReiuig board, wil,, rnnnlving thelle returns from
aI I tilhe .i, li Alie i r h ti N tate. r [ircin the, powere
'otf ,rred upon Ithb.i by law, andl make tiha
womhr i; lirly jdgllllgllInlt the im p otlll n.ti a.ti t~l
?oltJ l natlllllullI Iu ' t1 appiJ . tinIi 11n1t tI i) h el o .lOore
ivI)li iti an iivoetigatiit i n d11,1 il f'er tht oe t le nti))
tavo acoteo, ci shllld schow Ilhat Ithey worn liot the
!itlolln of tthii majority of the votern i th11e ate,
they wnl , tinli ira tho pr, plr Ir.nolfori, .nge
,atthtowe Iii II, t ll a l ,!n if thn ,iti oritirs thirlc aIp
oin tl I y l thin roturlihg i1,)."Ii, fxi'rti.iivg. the
wire coIfirel onl iti , h Iti.w, ehoilll I1 have
tlit gover, ore certl'illatiy toy wotl Will be O the
proper elvetorc.
T11ota ,tat oml.lt, which i l th) mfr-utgn ,t and
IIm tt Iprlmoee yet, iiit 1, ti 1 Rtip lito , sidel , li
mii dllli l, . avor Ir llg on a will R Vitorida. It
iI probably hitended to rl over ii, cian. Iac well
tn the othr w two l l lehrt is a gliineril imipries.
sion it, tiay Bcary tMoril.a fir thiio i&1ptttli'tnhu be
irel' he llo oofeniillon, for aik.wl ldged. to be
in manyllic r.ello.e tna I .ble position.
'I lh nlim e Iirate will try to chow lti Florida
itirtlrtiing flord eotld in violationl orf aw, bitt
thellly iy not ulied to thie eltilalion oi the
iavre a trd, aIil that, in faot, the lIlf, if Denm
lir, the day on which theby meet, concluhlde the
wol. pro prpotllti o fr cas baloe ituer
frrrlln is culoneruoed, Is Ihoughlit to be
oit n iv l l ti e tre hc t i h t I 1 fi eager
lislcrctuion abu.it the eariings of tlhee propoi -
tionn on tihe Iimitlelatil o ase, which will follow that
oi Florida. If the commission thoilld on these
grollidcs ivo Florida to the Ii publicans, or
to speak mormn noHurately, d(I cdn, that cortitfiate
No. lI I the ion and valid rclrtitllete, how would
thij afflo'nt eomiitna? Thbose Democrate who
have most closely tudiid thle I ouiiinan case
aerrirt eonfldlltly it tinhe cmmiasion shall accept
the prop!mrnretio laidp down by Judge Matulhw eas
Imtllam intal and correot, it must, on those
groiunli, eitrr throw ltll Lonisianlal vote or
givo tho ttato to the lmoliratc. The neae is
put in this way: 'I'he Ripultlabho hol t that the
tlcisimin of the iotltrning Board, "uexercising the
power. confe(rred ullpO it by law," is finll.l, anrt I
thtW "oomlrl Jit and conlsummiation of the ap
p intmlnlent of the electors. 'They could riot hold
reia than till s, it Is asid; tony counid not aseert
that the dci;ie nnc If thi Roturningll Board in
violation of the law renating it mnull i t filoa
vultnc. Buit lemonorati counslel will bring for
ward moofe wino letmisiana comoe before thi~
t.llmmtislonl intc.ienddi to establish the following
pul tile:
1. ''That by the etatte of Loulsiana the We'ls
et.nrlning floard bad no authority or power to
canvase tiho vote for preosidential electiire, but
that the Canrveasng Boardl charged by tihe ltate
law with tihis duty coll.elts of the Goverrnor, deo
rolary of .tate, Attorney General and a distriot
judge, or any two of them with the (oreroor;
thei, therefore, the whole action of the Wells
Iloard, so far as it relates to presidnntial electors,
was a usurpation of power and without ulthority
of nn aw.
2. That evun if the RiAtnrnln,, flu.,il i., h ,.1
z. I ,nai even ir ie. Itttnring . osrlt naill haid
the authority to canvass the vote for el clore this
must be doni tinder the general law oreating lt
and il dellog and limi :ing its p woers, and that It
violated this i e in many ways, and thuts made
its aciJ'u a all 1 dtcision of no lOrce or Value.
ti. That the law requvirts that the lteturning
Iloard shall consist of five persons taken from all
poli!ieal parties, whllero the Wells Board con
sisted of but four persons, all Iiupublicans, who
..holultly and repeatedly refused to ohoose a
lifti, a D moorer, as the law required them to do.
4. That the law creating the board, and from
which a1l)Ino it. derives any power or authority,
exp'rossly declares that all pro'nets for irntimi
ldation or otIer irro.gularities at the p lIl must be
mlado within tweOly-four h -ur+, ih certain pro.
stribed )forms, wian rinst acco.npa-ny the county
returIns. Unless so maIde, the vote. it ot to be
counted; unt it will bo ahown that in many and
perbtlaps molt cases the protltets did not so sO
c impany the retlurns antd wore int mrdtl within
he twenty- four hours, but oftten days afterward
il New Orleans.
5. 'Ihat the law reolnres tile board to canvasa
arit compile the stateroulntl of the U(tntll.uis on
ors of Elctfiton, anld that the borrdl, in violation
of tilhe law, diclarod ttlhonms vet O botnld iby the rn
turns of the Huperveisors of llRegistration, a drffer
u..t sot iof llioIrs.
0. It will tbo shown that in only one case in the
whole Sltate did the Oommissioners of Election
or t he oupervisors of Itogis ration send up to the
It turning Board a protest or itatement alleging
intinidation in the form, within the time and in
tihe mnantllr required by law. In this single case
ii which intimidation was chartm d in the proper
f ri an l time, Rtepblloan offllcals, it wit' be
shown, ally grid Republican intimidation, bnt the
bitard, instead ofi ti llting inq tlry, simply
,outitd the protested returns for the Rtepublioan
pal ty.
7. It will be shown, ant., In fact, has been
shownt in a ospechl by (Gen. Gibson, that the
vote cast int Iouisiana last Noveniber was larger
in Ipr)portion to the voting p',pulatiion, and
larger even in proportion to the registratorn, than
in Norllhern Mates ; that while Illilnis cast 100
vot'o to every 127 males ov r twenty-one, Maine
cast 1110 to very 12) males over tweetrt)-otin, and
New York cast| 1010 votes tio every Iltt ma s otover
twenty-o oi yetatr, thll rotonrni lishow Louisiiaoa,
willi had iarads anld tdialtalt poting p1, can,, cast
100 vt ,.e tio overy 1 i naloal over totnit, -e110
.lin, and that whill the vIto of (i,.ile cratio
Nt,,v ir'l lin te as billut li rhily iter r- id over
1I71, Ih . to or tho couuntry pitri-te wh, ro
i -nt r fliti ,i wtasii alhgod was itcrtia d o.v r
li40 : t two 3i tre.
k- ith will 1) , 1 h w tit bi I itrioral te itin
IRnewtuml; birdler d sr a e.ri hf rll l'l it ). the
Iii , i t ii " i .elit. +,.l I,-i Ir "- illy uit ) ,li i ,1l1rte1
ht y 1 wf if nt( . I 1. ,(: l' 1 1' ; th1 t lI I l t. '" I, I0 ,n
r tr' ti t-ti',ar"' t. / t'( ! cai' g t fu (I r" . a, I the
iui e1 ri a,.t nd Is H army flc y on i' pth'" i ergle.
htrt(l L teiti (ile ti,- ".;, ioll oill) i halY, theu
Sont al !r, ,bth l: ymfyrt eid ,t p h: 1 Ollof
nu' to yeti - t h,+,+ fr, wkly FI ld the y know
th e'y W ro not cie's n ; thit Ir1 (:i o Gres,
ht~ere meho Upiublii.+n local pou.i J'iiabs w+.re aontl
inv rapo t-4 for a riot and cailiug fir tronps, the
lU'nit¢ d ,tSate army ffihcer on the -po i, charge of
troop±, reported to has uperior ollicers that the
place was as quiet as a New England town; that
in anothe. r case the Supervisor of Electron in a
parish, who had bit-n manager of a suaoe shlow
in New Orleans, had removed to Missinegippi, and
was actually a member of the Legislature of that
Slare while acting as Supervisor of Election In
Louisiiana, and that he arbitrarily threw out five
p ecumcts in the parish without canuse, and thee
threw out 1141 Demoo.atio and 147 Republican
votes.
In short, an attempt will be male to show that
on the extremest Republican theory, on the verWy
ground on which Judge Matthews demands
judgment for his side into Florida, Lou slia.s
be given to the Democrats, or at the wo.
vote must be excluded. .
We have reoeived from Thos. J. Fmney, muele
pub .iher and Importer, 1.f OUloai street a very
neat ntvelty in the shape of a muetlal veLU.tlnt
entitled the "Msdr . Gelop." It can be ob
tained for a co. Lt 9 the m luist m .Iagl
book stores tth.e
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