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. When the KepuMicans were claiming
! tlmt It wax treason to go behind the
i hoard cal of a tale in counting the elec-
: tornl vote, they referred to the action of
i .Senator Mason in ls57, who while acting
j as president of the senate presided in the
I joint convention of that year when the
j vote for Fremont, and Buchanan wna
rouuted. It will he remembered that a
ffeal miow Ktonu prevented the elet tor :
of the slate of Wisconsin from voting on
the d.iy provided by the constitution, r.nd
it was claimed by members of both the
senate and hoite Hint tli vote nt the state j counted tin votes hi ISM. 1;'J and 172,
was not legal, n it certainly was not. Ik-, and which provided that Hie v 'te of a
lerrinjr to tlula tln the history ol the atale should le thrnwfl out on theobjec
countlnjf rf the electoral vote, Senator tion ot one houe. In this feature t ti
rJilmun-N. the iliiingui-hed lladical j bill will meet the approbation of the l.'e.
senator Irutu Yeiniont, fH'u In fhe sen-1 publican, but there Is another feature
ate lately, that Mr. .Ma-,on, the president j which ,will make theni denounce it as a
of the nenate, had decided that no objec-j bill in tin- Interest ol Mr. Tilden.
tion to the right of the presiding ofllcr. It provides that where two or
toj count the vote could In; even enter- more !. of returns come
tained; that he hail the right to decide j up, each claiming to be regular, a lor
whether the vote win or was not a con- Instance in the raw of Oregon or Loui-i-stitutional
vote: that he declined to sub-' ana, the vice-president shall open both
uiit the question of his right to thus or aj, nnd they d,all be submitted to the
count and decide to the Joint convention, ; two houes, and il thev cannot agree as
and Kild distinctly. "The only thing , to which return shallhe received both
in order ii to count the voles," 1m' Miall lc rejected and the vote ot the Mate
being the counter. Mr. Morton, j shall not Ik; counted. II the electoral
the dUtinguUhed senator fiom i Vote were counted in February under
Indiatiu. agreed w ith Senator Kdmutidg in j this bill. Oregon. Louisiana, Florida and
his statement of the Wisconsin maiter, j south Carolina would all be thrown out,
and all the Kcpublicau, have leen pre- RuJ ,OUW woulJ ,.,ct prcfiWl.llt.
senting it as a conclusion ot the argu-j wm senator Morton, and the other Uo
mcnt in n ferei.c-e to the manner ol count-. pub)i,ttn6) Mp senator Kdmunds to pass
ing the electoral votes. "I,, the absence ' Mortori., Llll
of a joint rule," they are asserting, ,-we; . .- -
iuut fall back upon the constitution, t
fin.t 1 1 l.s tiinrtline et rft 1 1 1 1 n r. im vniaa
under the constitution has been deter- J
tnlned by the ruling ot Mr. Mason, pres- i
I lent of the senate, when the Wisconsin !
vote w a counted In 157.' j
Uui all the hojies of the Kadi-
cals, based ujion the Wisconsin precedent, i
have been knocked down. Senator Mor-
ton and Kdmunds have misrepresented
the Wisconsin matte -, most grossly. Sen
ator Ilaiuloiph, of New Jerw-y, has con
victed them of this crime, and clo.sed
their mouth effectually. In a late nch j 0WI1 chamber, should vote upon the ob
ii the senate. Mr. Kandolph referred to;JectioB- n either house decided to sustain
tne position of the senators from Ver- j tue objection the vote should be thrown
mout an! Indiana on .he Wisconsin
count of 1S"7, and proved them to be en
tirely mistaken by quoting 1'resnlent ot
the Senate Mason's own word Iron the
Mr. .Mason said : "The presiding ofll-
cer con-iders that the duty of counting the
ciite h'ti drtotaJ upon the tellert under Mj
concurrent order of the two houees ; that the i
teller should determine for themselves-
in what way the votes are verified to
When the vote o! Wisconsin was ob
jected to, one ot the tellers aid : "I
suppose, Mr. President, the proper way
would be ior the tellers to report the
tacts to the convention of the two houses
and let them decide." To this sugges
tion tiie vice-president responded as fol
lows : " The presiding ojjicer so consideri.''
Senator Randolph then proved that
Senator Douglas, Seward, Crittenden,
and others, were vehement in assert
ing that the president of the sen
ate had no right to decide upon
the validity or invalidity ot au electoral
vote, anl that Vice President Mason
said: "'I lie presiding officer Is utterly
unaw are that he has assumed the exercise !
of any such power."
In the conclusion ot his speech, Senator i
Randolph gave the finishing blow to the
Republican claim about the Wisconsin
vote, by quoting the following from re-
mark made by Vice President Mason on
that occasion. He said :
"The presiding officer desires to say,
as he thought he had distinctly bUted
whilst presMlug oyer the two houses in
the chamber of the house of representa
tives, that the conception ot the senator
froui Georgia is entirely erroneous In the
judgment ot the presiding officer. The
presiding officer did not undertake to de
cide whether the vote of the State of
W iscou.sin was a good vote or a bad vote.
The presiding officer iion that matter
did no more than recite the tact which
was reported lo him by the tellers, pur
suant to the concurrent order of the
two houses. The presiding officer did
no more than announce that the vote ot
Wisconsin had lieen given to .lohn C.
Fremont. Whether it was a good vote
or bad vote he did not undertake to
Finally, Vice-President Mason declared
that he"had not undertaken to decide and
had not decided whether the vote of the
state ol Wisconsin had been given to
John rJ. Fremont or not, a power that
the chair utterly disclaimed and never as
serted." TliU ihui.ter from the hlntoiv ol the
"Wisconsin count" dumblounded u,c j "it the position. I hope you will par.
Radical senators; but it will not, we tear, don ,ne for taklnjr a step that, nt first
drive them from their determination to ! flaU('' be thought calculated to
back Viee-Preaident Ferry lu his revoSu-j f"1 4"f'm,it "I"". ttm
tionary determination to do the counting I wl,h ,,r'' , 1 "" k'd
himself and pay no attention to either the m'sel,; ,,ul 1 aul 11 jla"
wishes or objections of the house or sen- ter nof H I'l'tl," ? all u.yln
nf(i I terests are here ; and, sir, I ran iot be-
- - - - lleve the good of tin state or of the ua-
I ASM HORTOX'S Ml I.E.
Senator Morton had a pet bill lat ses
sion ot congress a bill to regulate the
counting ot the electoral votes. This
bill he Introduced stter he had attacked
the twenty-second joint rule and was In
tended by hlin as a substitute for that
ru'e. It passed the senate, receiving the
votes of nearly all the Republican sena
tors, but upon a motion to reconsider
the vote by which It was passed, it went
over. A few day atfo Senator Edmund
OtO. cm, BvaJUevtla, Svii.14.izvr. Cotnti Twalftii. Straat undl
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1876.
krave notice that he would call it up and
tuxe its parage. We hope the senator
may succeed In hi c-flort to eet this Mil
through congress, but we fear he will
fail. Kvcn Morton will, in all probabil
Ity, "go back" on his own measure, since
Its adoption would be fatal to the presi
dential prospects bl Mr. Hayes and would
secure the success of Mr. Tilden.
Mr. Morton's hill provides Hint the two
houses hliall count the electoral votes ;
that where there is objection to receiving
the vote of & state, the two houses shall
vote separately on the fjueMion, as un
der the twenty-iM-cond joint rule, but
ttiat the vote -lull not be thrown out cx-
cept by the- concurrence of both house
In this It differs troin the twcnty-M cond
.joint rule, umlcr which the Kepublicaus
THE IHI.IIMJIA r THE HEFt UI.I
Our Republican friends are in a d
lemma. In any event, tho record they
have made on the subject of counting the
electoral vote w ill condemn them.
In the first place. The Republicans, in
their de-ire to throw out Democratic
state, adopted the twenty-second joint
rule In InCi. That rule provided, that
when an objection was made, in the joint
convention, to an electoral vote, the
houses should separate, and each, in its
out. I nder this rule v' r; ccveraj
states were thrown out upon the objection
of only one ot the houses, t'nder this rule,
and without re-adopting It, congresg
c'd ior o!ui; .i eai. not
.-adopted by tho congress mat rnoi
alter the one that adopted if, or by the
next one, but was held to be In force by
the Republican party, and was acted
under by both houses t congress.
lu the second place. As soon as the
people made the house of representatives
Democratic, the Republicans declared
that the twenty-second joiut rule was not
in force Jiat. being a joint rule, it fell
with the congress that had adopted
it and was dead ; that therefore, the ob
jection of the house to a vote was not
sufficient to throw it out ; that the presi
dent of the senate was the counter
of the vote, and that his duty
was simply ministerial, he
having the right to count the votes, but
not the right to go behind the certificate
of the governor ot a state.
in the next place. When the gover
nor ot Oregon gave C'ronin. a lduo
cratic elector, a certiilcate of e lection, and
Crouin voted for Tilden, then the Re
publicans claimed, that the president of
the senate might go behind the great seal
of state, and determine w hether Cro-
''In had a right to vote for Tilden. and
thut neil'l r of the houses had the right
t0 0,'.i"'(' ,n ,i deelioii of this ques-
In this way the Republicans have
been driven from every position they have
assumed, and have been compelled to
admit by their actions, shaking much
more truthfully than their words, that
right or wrong, they are going to count
Mr. Haves into the presidential office.
AX lltlMSI RAIHIAL,
The Louisiana returning board counted .
out the Democrats who were elected to
the legislature ol that sta'e liom the par- I
ish of De Soto and counted In the Repub
lican candidates who had been defeated.
One of the Kepublicms counted in w as
Mr, John J. Long. He refuses to accept
the office, and In it letter to Mr. J. Madi
son Wells, president ot the returning
board, says: "Knowing that I was
fairly defeated at the polls, no intimida
tion or Iraud having been practiced by
the opposite party at any precinct in the
parish, so far as I have been able to as
certain oiler a thorough Investigation,
my self respect will not permit m to ne-
tioual Republican parly can be promoted
by returning, as elected, a candidate so
clearly defeated as myself."
This declination has created consider
able excitement at New Orleans, and U
looked upon as ulnoet conclusive evi
dence that Mr. Well' board has out
raged the popular will of Louisiana la a
most shameful manner, Mr. Long Is a
strong Republican, but he is also an
honest man ; two facts which, in combi
nation, will be likely to drive Idm out of
t his party and subject him to the bitten.' t
kind of abuse.
i- ntim ai. ATRonTitN.
Our Republican friends who desire to
learn the truth the Republicans who
held up their hands at the Eliza I'ink
ton outrage. should not fail to read the
testimony given by colored Democrat
before the congressional committee now
i lu session nt New M leans. It show s the
shameful outrage to which Democratic
colored men are compelled to submit.
In Saturday laf , aflvr several negroes
had testified that the Republicans hid
shot them, cut them and otherwise bull
dozed them, a colond man named
Pompey Stoots uppcarcd on the stand,
and held up his left hand, to be sworn.
Mr. .letiks, a Republican member of the
committee, a-ked him why In Hid not
hold up his right hand, when the follow
ing interesting colloquy ensued :
Wittiess: I can't, sir: they hit and
shot me in that arm, and I have lo-t the
ie of it.
Mr. Jenks; Who did ?
Witness: Republican negroes.
Mr. Jenks: What lot?
Witness: Recause 1 voted the Demo
Mr. denks : N that all they did to
Witness : No, sir ; they put ont my
right eye and beat me up badly. I was
in the hospital over two months. Five
or six negroes wi re in the party who at
tacked me and they threatened .to cut
HA TI list.
CHARTERED MARCH il. 1869
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
A. B 8 AFFORD, President.
S S TAYLOR, Vice President.
W. UVSLOP, Sec'y and Treun.r.
Pacl U. m ui h.
I'. M. MTOCKrLKTH
It. U. rHNlilUHAM. U. L. IlALLiOAV,
J. M. 1'UIU.IP.
LNTEREST mid on depnoiu at lb ra ol ai.x
percent, per annum, March 1st ami )tem
r 1st . Interest not withdrawn ia addvl iiiuce
liately to the principal of the depoaiu, thervby
(iving them comiiound interest
tlp-Hed Women and Children may
.posit Money and no one
else can draw it.
Open every buineatay from 9a.m. to 8 p.m
ad atunly evening for saving deposit only
rom 8 to 8 o'clock.
W. HTSLO. Treaawrer.
r I(ro., Prenlder
r. Neff. Vice Pre';.
H. Wells, Cashier.
I. J. kerth, Aet. ash'r
Corner Commercial Ave. and 8t Street
V. Hrci-s, Cairo. Wru. Klnire, Cairo.
1'. Nell, Cairo. Win. Wolfe, Cairo.
. Stiaaiika, Cairo. K 1.. KiUnijrsk-y , I. I.oul
K Kuiier, Cairo. It. Wells, Cairo.
P. H. Hrinkman. St. J-ouin.
I. Y. Cleiuson, Caleilonia.
Uenrral Hunking- liualueaa Itoae.
r3l-x'.hanire sold and bought Iniertst paid
n the SaviuK Ui-partment. Colluctiuu iiuwie,
nd all budin es promptlv atteuded to.
City National Bank
CAPITAL,j- - $100,000
W P HALUDAY, President.
HUSKY L. HALUDAY, Vit Prwil
A It dVlPoRD, Cannier.
WA' " K IIYtiLOP. Ass't Cuthier.
. SlAATS TaTLOU, K. If. CTWMHfciHAM,
H L. Hallidat, W. P, Uali.idai,
G. It. WlLLIAAKON. SriPIIKN lilHU,
A . B. SArroHu,
Kxchango, Com and United States
Bonds Bought and Sold.
KPOSIT9 received sod a (ren. rul ;bank.ing
4 limieery Notice.
Stile of Illinois, County of Alexander.
Circuit Court of Alexander County, Jau-
u ai y IViui, A. l., 1B77.
William W. lluey v Kugeue Uaraglitv.
l.uuUithiie Wsragluy, William 11. little, Ai
einila 11. liule, cutliitiiue dale, Jacob 11.
ISuirutib and Robert I.. Wilson, iu Cliau
eery. Attidavit ot llit) non-rcsideuce of
K liberie liurai;bty, l.ouisluiine (iaragbty,
William 11. tialc.'AU in.la II. tiale and Cat h
ariHe tiule, Jacob 11. llurroiigb and Robert
Ij. Wilson, tbo defendants aluve uaineii,
having been tiled iu His ottiee ot the Clork
of said Circuit Court of Aluxauder I'ouuty,
iioliee i hereby giveu to the aald uon-resi-debt
defendants, that the complainant llleit
his bill cfcoiuplaliit iu said Court on the
t 'tiuiicery aidu thereof ou the !d day of
November, A. 1., l)7ii, and Ihatasuiuuioua
tliereupou issued out of said Court asiust
sild Uefemlants, returnable on the first
Momiuy of Januarys) A. I., In", as is by
Now, therefore, unless you, the sutd uon
residant defendants, shall persouiiily he and
appear belore the said l'ireiiit Court of Al
exander County on the first day ot the next
Term tbereof, to he tiolden at the court
house iu theeity ot Cairo, iu said eouniy, oa
tho tirtt Monday of January, A. 1 , lsT7,
and pl'ad, answer or demur to the said
cuiiqV.aluant's bill of c implaiut the same,
aud the nutter and things there
in charged and stated, will be
take u as conlet.ed, and a decree entered
a"atn-t you according to the prayer of said
llKl'BKN 8. YOl'CM, t ieik.
Cairo. Nov. 21. A. I'.. MTU. oaw-4w
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X 4 keck, Moveweut of 'Iniins, bkvpiug Car
Aoroiuiiuxlatiou, Ao., Ac.., apply Si 'Jickel
U0iM al all Principal Points,
NORTH. SOUTH, FAST C WFST.
K. K. DOBSEY, L. Al. COlJ,
A't Cien'f 1 kket Al ia'l Ticket Aft.
tUO. P.BARItY. t TUi 18. R SHARP,
Weetera Pa'g'r Agu Master of Tai'a.
Evantville, Cairo and Memphis.
Steam Packet Co.,
Pa ("tii stall fikanftAAfAivn Tlvr a n m
i ivtavnA WtAlB V A-L W t, V W U a s ua
' well. T M:i.illA A-14 4.
T A1A?9 UU U.AB V lAAOf IrlUUiUliakl
and all way landings.
The tlrgant Side- whec! sUatie'
Valtbb B. PaNNtitoTO Master
,HAHI ES fSNNINuroN Clerk
Will l.ive Cairo every WKUNKSDA Y at
o'clock v. iu.
1 he fleet sleainer
lis Howard - Master
r u. 1 HOkA C'leik
leaves (airo every SVTlltKAY.
Each boat makes close connections at Cairo
with nrst-r.lasa steamers for M. Louis, Mem
phis and S Orleans, and nt Kvansville with
IheLeAC. K. K fur all point North and ast.
and with the Louisville Mail hteainers fOhSll
points on the Upper Ohio, giving through re
eciits oa freights and passengers to all point
Por tinker information apply to
8UL. 8ILVKU, PMsenger Agent.
HALLIUAY BROS., i
Or to U. J. (JKAMMER,
Juperinti'ndeot and tivnersl Freight Agent,
M-M-'io-l v. Kvansville Indiana.
PAINT ATiD OILS.
B. F. Blake
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
Wall Paper, Window Glass, Win
dow Shades, &o.
Always oa hand, the celebrated illumlnatiEg
Corner Eleventh Street and Washing
3 AFFORD, MORRIS
AND CAN DEE
73 OHIO LEVEE.
City Vslisbal Bask Building, Bp-stairs.
rts Oldest Established Arenoy In Boutr)
m Illinois, represwutin- vsr
165 OOQ 000
MT. OARBON(Blg Mnddy)
PEYTON A CANNEL
Orders for Coal by the oar-load
t.on, or in hogaheada, for shipment
promptly attended to.
ttaTTo large oonaumera and all
3ianufacturers, we are prepared
to supply any quantity, by the
ooonth or year, at uniform rates.
caiko crrr uual comtaxt.
-1111 Iday Bro . .os, Me . TO Ohio Lsvse.
-llairiday Bro vuarf Boat .
?-At EgypUaa Mills, or
-Al IU Ual Uusup, fool ef TSirtT-BlahtS
(J-Pevt Oflos Draws, mm.
at ll.ii.il-. .
This a. nmne. .1 "iMoa, d.
iinrrnannnai bd"i it . .
sunivemry o. . ah. will cW ,e"'
r. ........ 1 .
lutn.is.u. All the irltoHisr v VU
aud all the Hate, and . tlSJS,
Un art particloatin; In . l,I?,,?Iftl, d
monstration, btlnging togc ,L nrt
i . . . ""win DI ihm i .
comprenensive coueciien 01 k . ,
mechanical inventions, cienttflc rycver
erisi, manufacturing achievementsi DlDsr.
ai Kpecimons, ana sgncuimrsi pro-uucif
ezer exhibited. The grounds devoted to
the exhibition arc situated on the line of
the Pennsylvania Kailroad and embrace 460
acres of i'alrinount Park, all highly Im
proved hnd ornamented, on which art
erected the (argent buildings ever construc
ted five of these covering an area of fifty
acres and coming f.i.OoO.OOO. The total
number of building erected for the pur
poaes of the exhibition Is near two nun
dred. During the thirts days Immediately
following the opening of the exhibition a
million and a quarter ot people visited It.
THE PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD
THE GBIA.T TKTOK LUX
FAST MAIL ROUTE OF THE U. S.
Is the mos, direct; convenient sod econom
ical way ol reaching Philadelphia and this
great Exhibition from all sections of the
country. Its trains too and from Philadel
phia will pass throufln a (rrand Cents nnl hi
depot, which the company has erected at
the main entrance to the Exhibition
grounds for the accommodation of pansen-
Kcrs who wl h to Htop at or start from the
uinerous largo hotels contiguous to this
station she the Exhibition a convenience
ot the greatest value to visitors, and afford
ed exclusively by tho l'coiisylvrnia Kail
oad, which is the only line running direct
o the Centennial buildings. Excursion
rains will also stop at the ttuonipment of
he Patrons of Husbandry , it Kim Station
on this road.
The ienna Ivants Railroad is the grand
et railway crguuization in the world, it
orjtrols seven thousand mile of roadway,
forming e.niitli,tious lines to Philadelphia,
New York, It iHiinore, aud wuliii)gtoD,over
which luxuiious day and night cars are
run from Chicago. M. Louis, i.ouisviHe.ciQ
rinnati, ludiatiipolis, coin iu bus, Toledo,
Cleveland and Krie withous change.
its main line I laid wtte double and third
track of heavy steel rails;upon a deep bei
of broken stone ballast, aud its bridgbs hie
hll of iron or stone, its phssenger trains
hre equipped with every knon improve
ment for comlort hnd safety, and are run at
faster speed for greater distances thsn the
trains of hoy line on the continent. The
company nas Urgely increased its equip
ment lor Cedtennfai travel, and will be pre-
pared to numi in its own shops, at short
notice aufhetent to fullv accommodate any
any extrh demand. The uaeiualled re
sources at the command of the company
ot the company guarantee the most perfect
accommodations for all its patrons during
the Centennial Exhibition.
The mogntoVent scenery for which the
Pennsylvania Railroad is so ustly celebra
ted presents to the traveler over Its perfect
roadway an ever-changine: panorama ol
river mountain and landWape views nne
qualed in Ameiica.
The eating stations on this line are un
surpassed, steals wil! be furnished at suit
able hours and an pie time allowed Ior in
ExcurMnu tickets, at reduced rates, will
be sold at ail the principul railroad ticket
offices iu the West, Northwest and .South
west. Be sure that your tickets read via the
Great Pennsylvania route to the Centen
nial. FRANK THOMSON, D. M. BOYD, Jr
Gen. Manager. Gen. Pass'r Agt
WILSON, EGGLESTON & CO.
Flour, Grain, Seods, & Provisions,
21 WEST CANAL STREET,
J2J" Consignments solicited. ll-3f-eod-lm
SVhcreas, Joseph McKensie and his wife
did, on the l!th day of August, 1873, exe
cute, acknow 1. dge and deliver to me a cer
tain deed of lnit, now of record In the
recorder's ortlce of Alexander County, In
book LJ of trust deed at page 2?tf, and also
did on the old day of October, 1873, in like
manner execute, acknowledge and deliver
to me another deed ot trust, now of record
in the recorder's office of shld Alexander
County, iu book Q ol trust deeds at page
27D, both of which were given to secure the
pay meat of a certain promissory note, exe
cuted by the tiid Joseph Mckenzie to Mary
J. McDonald. And whereas, default has
been made iu the payment ol said promis
sory note, now, tberelore, I give notice
that by virtue of the power given me by
said deed of trust, 1 will on the 18th day of
Jauuary, Ls77. at the hour of 11 o'clock, s.
tu., of said day, at the eurt house door iu
the city of ( 'airo, County of Alexander aud
State of Il'iiiiiis, sell ht public vendue, to
the highest l,iddr. tor cash, the following
described lou. h mated in said city ot
Cairo, t wit : Lot thirty-three (33),
thitty-lour CM), litteen (1.), and slxteeu
(Hi), in block dfty-three (XI), being the
same, granted, bargained hnd sold to me in
trust, as aforesaid, by said deed of trust
The purchaser will be entitled to a deed
fuuuediatelv. Dated December LI Lb, 1870.
JAMKS Y. CLEMSON, Trustee.
SAMl'KL 1. VVllXELKB,
w-M Attorney for Trustee
K'tate of Daniel l.ampert, deceased
The undersigned, having been appointed
Administratrix of the Estate ol Daniel
l.ampert, late of the County of Alexander,
and State of Illinois deceased, hereby gives
notice that she will appear before the Coun
ty Court ot Alexander County, at the court
house in Cairo, in said County, at the Jan
uary Term, on the Third Monday In January
next, at which time all person having
Whim ai'sio-t said Estate are notified and
requested to attend for the purpose of hav
ing the same adjiistsd. All person Indebted
to said Estate are requested to make Imme
diate payment to the undersigned.
Dated this 2M dav of November, A. D.,
187U. MAItOAltET LAMl'KRT,
JACOB 7 ALTER.
Dealer in Fresh Meat
Bstweas WaMnsTVa e4 Ooasierela
ATaaoee, aAletatac Haaay'i
TT I EPS tbr sals tts Vest Basf. Pert. MatUMl
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