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A5wtrttlon0ccuron the South
Tbf Houte Refutes to Take e Be
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WAtHISOTOJJ, Vtb. 23.
The teuton vu resumed tt 10 and a
communication r&s read from Justice
Clifford ormytog; the decision of the
leotond commission la the caseoi South
Immediately the house was informed
tha annate was ready to continue the
count of th electond rote, and atlttio
the Moatora marched to the hall of the
The speaker laid before Uio house a
mnmunieatlon from JusUoe Clifloni, in-
lormlnz the house that the electoral com-
imsToiThad decided matters touching the
electoral rote of South Carolina, and had
tmnimtttad the decision to the president
transmitted the decision to the president
of the senate.
Mr. Atkins moved a call of the house
..1 aithauirh a standing vote revealed
v.. mumii of a auernm, the yeas and
ays were demanded by Mr; Walling and
reunited veas 75. nays 150.
On motion of Mr. Sayler the clerk was
rfiroeted to Inform the senate that the
bouse would receive them in joint con
ventlon at 12:10.
Mr. Sprinrer moved the house con
sider tha aundrT civil appropriation bill.
The speaker ruled that no legislative
business was In order except by unanl
mnni consent, which Holman obtained
and the house agreed to ail amendments
adopted 1st committee of the whole, ami
the bill passed.
The new legislative day then began.
Mr. Lamar asked leave to offer a reso
lution suspending the rules, so as to
bring before the house tor Immediate ac
tion the senate bill extending the time
for the construction and completion of
the Northern Pacific railroad.
Messrs. Holman and Foote objected
Mr. Piper submitted report of the
committee on Chinese Immigration, ur-
At 13:10 the senate arrived.
The senators having taken their usual
teats the decision of the commission in
the ease ot South Carolina was read.
Mr. Phillips presented the following
OMxenose to sons cakouxa.
The undersigned senator ud repre
sentative 4o tiereby object to counting
the votes east br C. C. Bowen, D. Win-
smith, T. B. Johnston, Timothy Hurley,
W. M. Nash, Wilson Cook and W.- F.
Meyers, the alleged electors or the state
ot South Carolina, in conformity to the
decision of the electoral commission and
as reasons therefor, assign the following :
1 Because no legal election was held
in South Carolina on November 7, 1016,
tor presidential electors in compliance
with section three, article eight, of the
constitution thereof, requiring the regis
tration of all electors ot the state as a
qualification to vote.
Because In consequence of the
frauds practised hi said election, and in
terference with and intimidation of elec
tors In said state by the federal govern
ment prior to and during said election,
stationing In various parts ot said state
near the polling places detachments ot
the United States army, lull and free
exercise of the right of suffrage was pre
vented In consequence of which there
was no lawlal election held.
J Because In violation of the consti
tution ot the United States the federal
authorities at several polling places in
said state, on said day ot election, sta
tioned over one thousand deputy Lnited
States marshals, who by their unlawtui
and arbitrary action In relerence to the
unauthorized Instructions from the de
partment ot justice so interferred with
the full and free exercise of the right of
suffrage ot voters of said state that a fair
election could not be held in said state
on November 7, 17C.
4 Because the certificate of election
by said electors on iJecetnber C, 1870,
wu not made by a lawfully cou&tiuued
governor of said state.
6 Becauss said electoral cemmisslen,
contrary to the duty and auUiority vested
in it by law, neglected a&d re!md to in
quire into facts and allegations aloresaid,
and that said decUion is contrary to law
Because at the time of the pretended
appointment ot said electors, the state of
bouth Carolina was under duress from
the power of the United States unlaw
fully xerta4 upon tt, and said pretended
appointments were twit uu'te aucit
7. Because the certificate numbered one
herewith was and Is void for Irregu
larity, in that, first, the electors were
not sworn, as by the constitution of the
State ot South Carolina the? were re
quired to be ; second, the certiflcale dwi
net state that said electors voted by bal
lot, as required by the constitution of the
United States ; third, the certificate upon
the envelope in which said certificate No.
1 and aocompanlng papers were enclosed
was not the certificate required by the
taww as we lyUiea piaic.
Signed T. H. Noxwood,
8. B. Mixxxt,
W, A. Wajxack,
J. 7. Farum,
A. M. WaDbKUL.
Joan BL Cfixjc,
Tnouaa L. Josxs,
J. n. Tvcsjta,
Mr. Southard preseated exception! to
the decision et the commission, signed
by Seoaiort Merrlmon, Dennis, McDon
ald, Wallace and Jones, and rtprestnbv
tires field. Southard, Mutchler, Veates,
Caldweil, De Bolt and J. B. Clark, jr.,
because said electoral votes at well as the
rotei of the people of said stats at the
presidential election, Not. 7, lS?C,wcre
given andcr duress caused by unlawful
exercise of federal power.
Objections being made to the decision
of South Carolina by the commission, the
senate withdrew, and Mr. Springer Im
mediately moved to take a recess till 10
'clock to-morrow, and a vote by yest
and nayt was taken.
The motion was lost, and after some
delay, Mr. Cochrane oflered resolution
that the decision of the electoral conimls
afon ou the votes of South Carolina be
sustained by the house and bo not
counted, and after a lcnghthy debate the
house proceeded to vote on the resolu
Mr. MTalllnr uaoyei to add to the reso
lution the words : in conformity wim
the decision ot said commission.
Mr. Jones, of Kentucky, oflered as
substitute that the decision be not con
Mr. nale made a point of order against
the amendmeat and substitute, that under
the electoral law the main question must
be put at onie, but the speaker over
The question was first put on ordering
the main question, and it was 6 o'clock
belore the result was announced. While
the vote was being taken, eflorts were be
ing made by members of both sides to
arrive at some basis for compromise, be
cause it was evident that hours would
vet be consumed in yea and nay votes,
before the point of the reassembling of
the two houea In joint meeting coma dc
No compromise, however, hav
fog been efiected, Walling, as soon as uk,
result of the vote ordering the nr4in
question was announced, moved t'j re-
consider that vote. -
rr.oposmoN of compromise.
Mr. Wood, of New York, then offered
a proposition of compromise, which was.
at the suggestion of the spear, reduced
to writing, as follows :
The amendments now pending to be
withdrawn and the bouse to come to
direct vote on the original resolution
the senate to be then invited to meet tne
house tor the purpose of con'dnulng the
count, and that when thi state ot Ver
mont shall be reached, and the two
houses separate, the. house shall then
take a recess till to-morrow. There wu
no objection made and the proposition
as agreed to.
IN JOINT SK3SION AGAIN.
Mr. Cochrane's resolution that the
vote of South Carolina be not counted
was then adopted and the senate was no
tified. At C:20 the senators eame into
the hall and the action of each house on
the decision baying been read, the pre.
siding officer announced that the two
houses not concurring otherwise, the
electoral votes of South Carolina would
be counted and they were thereupon de
clared by one of the tellers as seven for
Hayes and Wheeler. Pending that ac
tion, Mr. Jones, of Kentucky raisea me
question that there was not a quorum oi
the senate present, only twenty-eight
having entered the hall ; but the presid
ing officer paid no attention to the inter-
ceea witn me reaaiflg; sir;' jtmH cac
tenting himself with a protest against
the proceeding. The votes of Tennes
see, 12. and Texas, 8, for Tilden and
Hendricks were then announced with
out objection and without a full reading
ot the certificates. Then came
with four votes for Haves and Wheeler,
the certificates being read In tuIL
Mr. Poppleton rose to present objec
tions to it, but first asked the presiding
officer whether any other certificate had
been received from Vermont than tLat
which bad been read. The presiding
officer replied in the negative.
Mr. Hewitt stated that he held in his
hand a package purporting to be the
elee torsi votes of Vermont, which pack
age had been delivered to Lim by express
about the middle ot December, and that
with it eauie a letter stating that a similar
package had been forwarded to the presi
dent of the senate by mall. On learning
to-day that no corresponding package
had been received by the presiding officer,
be had tendered to him this package
(holding it nj,), the seals ot which were
still unbroken, and the presiding officer
declined to receive them. He now ten
dered the package to the presiding officer
as purporting to contain the electoral
votes ot Vement.
The presiding officer The ebair has
stated that he has received but one certi
ficate from Vermont The chair also
states that the law prohibits him from
receiving any after the first Thursday in
February. His duty la to receive, c-pen
and have read all that Lave been received
on that day.
Mr. Springer I understand that the
iiiird return from the state of Florida was
received on the 31st of January ; am I
correct in that? (correcting himself) I
AH th response which Ue iresidkir
officer made waa that Jaaraary wu bet
rewuary, and he asked whether there
was any objection te the vote of Ver
mont Mr. Springer 1 offer a resolution
The presiding officer If It Is an objec
tion to the certificate from Vermont the
chair will entertain U ; bu: Hit is simply
a resolution, the chair will not entertaio
Mr. Springer-Alter it is read It will be
seen wLat it is.
The presiding officer-U the member
from Illinois submits an objection to the
certificate the chair will entertain It, but
he cannot entertain a resolution.
Mr. Epiiuger persisted In his efforts to
have the resolution read, but the presid
ing officer wu just as firm and unyielding
In not permitting it to be read, and he
intimated that If the member from Illi
nois would not come to order the serylces
of the sergeant-at-arms would be called
Into requisition. Finally Mr. Springer
undertook to put bit resolution In the
shape of an objection, and proceedings
wereinlormally suspended to give hint
time to do so. After about t quarter of
an hour spent In fixing It np In consulta
tion with toUiers, the following objection
was tent up, signed by a enator Merrlmon
and representatives SprJ agcr and Hamil
ton of Iudlana. ) '
OBJECTIONS TO TUB CKRWICATK. '
The undersigned sc nators and mem
object to the cou ntlnf of the votes
the State of Vera .ont lor the reason
two returns or papers purporting to
returns of the ei .ctoral rote of said
state were forwarder to the president of
senate, and only one ot said returns
been laid before the two houses. The
president of the sen ate having stated that
but one return has been received by him
from said state, a duplicate copy of one
said return Is herewith submitted for the
consideration ot the senate and house of
Accompanying the objection was tr
following telegram, which was also rr
Bciilixotox, t, Feb. 27. 1?
Samuel .1. Randall, Speaker of th
The certificate of Amos Aldrlcr
tor, was deposited in this off
., ns elec
hnai i vitrns-wi i n n.
Clerk U. a. District Cow
of objecUons to the vote of ,lenry N
lace, one ol the elect jpf OQ th groun
thatbewaspostmas wr when elestcd and
that the law or er fl,ont diJ
ize an mi'j'uuiiu'
the college of
absence of a
4 elector. The objections
read. Mr. Sprlnrer de-
manded th' 4 readlnsr of duplicate re
4 up with bis objeclon.
rreF .idlng Officer That is not an
'Mr. Springer But it is a right that I
have. 1 allude to the certiucate pre.
sen ted by the gentleman from New York
The Presiding Officer So the chair
understood, and ruled It out.
Mr. Springer Then I ask that the
chair order that this certificate be now
submitted to the judgment ol the elec
The Presiding Officer The chair stated
that he had not received the duplicate
Mr. Springer They are now before
The Presiding Officer (entirely ignor
ing the demand) Are there any further
objections to :the certificate from Ver
mont ? (Alter a pause) Tho chair hears
Mr. Springer Does tho chair decline
to receive the returns submitted witn
The Presiding Officer The chair de
clines to receive any. .
Mr. Waddell (jocosely) Being ot
The Presiding office In any form.
Laughter. The senate .will now retire
to Its own chamber in order that the
two houses may separately consider and
decide upon the objections.
As the senators were withdrawing Mr
Springer called out that he now made a
point of order that, there being duplicate
returns, the case had now gone to the
electoral commission, antl could not be
considered by the two houses. No at
tention, however, wu paid to it nor to
the proposition made Immediately after-
promise agreement the house should
now adjourn, a recess wu taken till 10
o'clock to-morrow morning,
Hajee NakH m 6d X.IIII
! Hie Uua mad.
Cincinnati, Ohio, Feb. 25, 1S77.
A special to the Gazette from Fremont
says Governor Hayes arrived there unex
pectedly last evening, and an Impromptu
reception wu given him. He wu intro
duced by General Buckland, who said :
FnrxMe I have the pleasure of intro
ducing our president elect, u we be
lieve. sreKCH or uoveknob hates.
Governor Hayes said:
Fkixnds and NsiCHBoas The man
ner in which 1 am Introduced makes it
rather easy for me to speak without
much embarrassment ; but we had let
ter stick to the old title until we are sure
ot something new. In these times oi un
certainty we are often disappointed.
The good news of to-day is otten dis
pelled dv the evil news of to-morrow.
During the few months since the 7th ol
November I Lave schooled myself so as
not to be very much down nor very
much up, but to try and keep
u near the even line u
possible. This kindly meeting this even
ing 1 do not take so much as honoring
me u a congratulation uwm the manner
la which the strange and peculiar ques
tion is now being settled. No other
country In the world conld have endured
such a struggle without suflertag lilting
In the event of remaining among yoi
lor the next two or three years i wbl
attend the next pioneer meeting ana
bring a bundle of letters and notes, max v
of whkh 1 am constantly receivlcr. such
u curiously drawn sketches of knives,
daggers and revolvers, but I have not lost
much sleep from any of them vet. One
of th tikost araucibr wu rtcelved this
week ; It wu a knife aboet two feet long,
one edge harked like a saw. probably tor
sawing the bo&e, the other side for cut
ting the fieth. This wu wrapped in
several thickness ol paper, and inside
wu a note u follows :
Tblsls the kaife with which th editor of
the Capital we to ixaaaiiuau you with ai
vou weot from the white feoui to the cap
ful. It was taken from his pant' leg
while he wu asleep.
Well, friends. I think I have talked long
enough. As I am in the business of
shaking bane's I would ssy that I am en
joying excellent physical health, and if
any of you wish to shake hands I will be
glad to de so.
Those preeeut then congratulated the
governor, and the useoiblage dispersed.
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