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The followin-t IS all acnexaoi tron the
11puo~ch III' ilotaI.d eo. 11. Ihmsil tool bsfre V
the Ien)ena.itic Soat e ('unfonion ot' 0lio.
on the 8h Iof.tbininwy
A kid w h.% tha il the 1o the)rn1 if tat et do in
thteir ext reiity ? I lavo ild Iliat, n ,
spe-king as I it Oh io Imlal to Phio 1no1 ui'
thcir ilnty to .I-eir' own .%rte .1tl people.
I would not dictate. tior nrge, torl* evena
advise o01thq-s. They nuoit fa>Aiow lit., diu.
tatom ol tlieik jtidgnienits ai cci'ues.
filt ir I mighttbo perinit teal to'110y that. wib
lies iear to liy -b'east, It would be this
Itt ti southernu States be plassive ail
plati ent. They took u rilthy w'e
defot ted---tlioy iturrndeed. That surt -m
dor involves the fieentily of' t'ait ht'ni 61 li -
enc to the Cuin stiI I n It i t t k hil laI w.-- I i iI
lattlif'ulobertolnoo Otaf itles thema to thie r-ights I
aitd lil.rt ies gataraniaIital by lie t'un it -
tIop: anal the laws. They unty he ltoweiless
to secure thiee rights atnld liberI ies.,a They
may be muijooteal by tle strong tam of' op.
piqsslon tal wrong ; blt, (hey Una mlacliIne
to advise it change of fihe (toi tai.m.
They'can refuso to consent to tihe crei ion
ofa despothiti. They can refse to I o
veluntarily thant wihich their juoimentt
rejects and their reelinig aletests. They cati
nitailtainti their honor a nna self-respect Iov
can at, least doolitne to be t ile inaa iii'
net.is of their own de'graadatiI, anl they
ean bear tihe conequence's of' I rlvi em-s .
They may be doprivoil of Iehprt.'enlit in iI- -
they inay h oveni reitined t a it rt I'TIio t ial
condition. This is, no eansy iAk-- it will
not be lighly oaidn keikn-it will not, he
easily exeiutil; ditlictihies will naise at
evClOy s 'lp. It is S) hajbld a niuFapt ioll alt'
power--involving so uanly inlterests. h1othI1
of tile people and tle States of he Noth
so revoliti ionary anal disor'gniiziig --..m
flagrantly at. war willt every plrovbion 1a.1
theory of tuo Joi1stitition tilid. it. will
genr "oely be possible to excito it, fully. lint
I( te atiitemot should ho niade stisuesfully,
this too, being imposed by superior for.e.
they cia bear. Let the ohappon it Iay t le
passive ieslutance of naaster'ly inlaactivity.
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Nor, in this connection, Is #he fact, to be
overlookedl, thatvory ftw of he Nortlietir
Stat~es have ratIfle la thie nttlaant ; uial
that, iVall thesu len xclidell Sotes siraal1 I
ratir'ydit, Itoventeen at hor4 wNvi.l lie nlie'al.
They liave lownt no alacrity (1o (om11e l'or.
wardl. Nor is it. to to f'orgotIon .th ti
bill to riitoizig tle adali ion of' -atots
oad Representat t iviS, upoln its co'liletat
Iatl tificat ion, has novera yet plase eilter
lonse of Cougr'vF,.
WINNSBORO, S, 0.
.F.EBRU A RY 13, 1667.
T'-4RIlE 1101,h4R1A poor year: TWo DoLL.n
fiar six mianntIh ; ONE 001-U.t.. ti. r iri a i.amitit -
ioav 0-'h' in "lareenh itl' Shei,, coiple.i 'T'io 0-0
IrT'r Thonpilier wil to l .en'ae t ci 11in uiX -I
raitt.m il'th tI me t iia tr witsch Iayaient ao Ii ru...
Siatiarrithr a w Isn fat rn , iiirk ntit i wr'apr''
intai n at' thn r lmiliert,. l It atlteitii ha t ( tia ltllne
p a fi r t i ll: e l i k e p1 1 l
tlil 1 10 t'slrto IV I a I 'a rafell.l'lai~taillaal
A V rsIlt'J''N I .ATIaa-1- Ot Doailh peri aytt a'
fojr thle drat, landt ..V vi y liver 1e t r w-. I . Ia.~
Dif t in it itra A Q11 re en iti-t< 1m f ( the ala ' r In
c'th. lav ar tita I .l t ain a i r' , %v-l;n.
"P W ith i i ein m lit tlj la'ia ia at o ei h I , l) Ii
re'litniirisael thetm aiaa y I iaAl. itlti a'r i m ili t iei
it'', may nitlt til laitla r l' a nita' a ist tit smii rite'.
rcjr" W e wliti It aIlmoint y iminter4n11 iitr ir
tl'rmiaat tar tibscritl il atvuilbingta n Job w:rk re
Promiuine for Subsoriber.
Tho IlEnAt.i iS $3.00 I ya, blt
for 'hrutnt new subscribers tiand $9.50,
wO will send three copios of thiis pa
per a yoar, tfad t Copy of
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Compo!lsitionl an1d Lot ter.\Wri ting,
43mbracingf Illints onl Peninan11ship
ad tie e hoico o Writing Mutt
rials ; Practical Rulesi f'or Liternrv
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inig lot taers of' businesis, .elation..lt
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lustr'atedl byi tnumeronts e'xamtples
ot' gentuno epistlu frtomt thei pons of'
thei host writer's ; to. wvhich atr tad.
edl Formst~ for LettOrs1)1 of' .liIt'odtne.
]oot,ion of' Potia qui jotat ins.
l'rico 7j lCnt.
'F'or fivo tanw .eubhibersl~a'a and $16(.00,
five copaies of thel impe a''~ cart'~ an itd a
handsomioly'-botund copy' of' "Hlow to
Writo," llIow to Taolk,"' "1 ow to Io-.
have,"c' and "I low tao dot .ltines,' itn
aEror~y sutbscr'ib.or patying $ 1.50 will
roooiv~o a' copy of thte ihln~u.i)it anda
copy of the Southenl lvtor'iClj~ai (pr1ico
$2.00) ror' one yeoar, or of the P'hronio
Dsu:sr'ots, Wtutt.ais & Co.
Theo Oourt of Thrors-Its Opposors.
Twioe now in twelve monthbs hats tithe
-Gout of Err'tora had .occasionl to pro
n RountcO an advorsoa deciaion ulponi aels
fl the rLegislature,.--we meanfli upon
thle act knownt as thte "Stay Law" pass
the war, antd thto lnact. ttsuspending
Oorta in hetions inl the Faill ('ou't s of,
O ourso thsdiserapancyv betwovon
teLogisulativo an~d Jutdiaiial Depatrl
res~potive storidards of' opinion. Thus
we liavo a condition of thtings' in thet.
0 overmniaont of Soutt.h Car'lina pre-l
cisely analaigous to tat intitho GJover'n
*tnoht of tho U~nited $tatesa.
Iw6 hae bofa'Q'dotAhils of the
~oktEkidd direspotnd ing v ich wha t
we all pronlonpoo ,Jacob)tinLi iwt tlit)
~diahifroted men01 of Cojigre'ss to~ftards
the Sui'etn Court or theo Unvitcod
'~rfa a n 1t, .
G'Carohen tf the 7ht ,inst., wo find a
obihiOiastonteigtied Otnoa of the
Peo~ol"y i ih tt'oksq thi~ CJourt of
t ti41oandotoritos Tho, e#Saults by
e g~oin'td hid -ittty updAil~ the J'Eon-I
dI* i .rdMaa ethe IUnfot
sguo aa thf
lOms of' tht( pa)or lit Ato (!pitill
,*hiic!1.ki i i-. ,l l c artil ol l I qt1108
,6Q6d gliolIM. I ; fur ill .1 In to U-4411 tile
:1O1u11 110 i rlk all; i' u l O 4 tile do im
ot ori thel tur , a large iu
aiY n ( lqjm;W 1'~0~j wil th expresit o
NWo rogre) t Ioas,1 c't a. Pe
I)i ot Our 1 ie wnI~~'trI ri ta it
'htet IO Lltrally ''Pidh Vt"p-,s o
lii jIip lv lieiil I hat. 0211 ju oril itting,
if (toiit and enaw hod 1byiouL
l100,qi tuoii wi 0u1 lit
the (I t11! 11 rill'alulg toi.il
Im!rcui frlllol all this 1i0 of to ic le
L i n uiot fI;%z VI) ai )1 Ingoii Innil
jor toy ii 2 C hIglsi' (y' i. l i . Un ite
1)11 thle 8sIye~thtvs reiio that1 1 ioi.
Iteprowlta ISiit ill thn8,1reme CoVtlil
Al PA 1111tir l top Ani lll~Atwl -tak h
CAl'tllt Iva l thaiItllai iii t it 'i th
S aie~I~tow r I'll ill v't~ 1. Itdlod"' anftor
l i 'l tha oll' jo otIt ilI )11itii11
ofpu C liut 11i 1;1:0 laU %V o had \iO i g t
hal(], I:if Il t' . iH r v! js bl
ill a inly a iv al ci 014'1'1 to i tl Ili
ui.C:O1111 Iii ut'e poll that e'ioio~ totl'
Ow I iUu ti 10A~ll l"'uiy, t 1011lilt
1,o i l ln -1 Ioto the tts l io w o 1 1.0 ( - P t
"Th ei Clli tiio i. tilo onl scudifi
flepco~l tt ves i (ol, llb:1 111011 wltti
FrowPIm of: Adof-ii.nent.
110t' I/, p Ctol ll v ,1 1 , 11111 i tatI
We1 cup Is on l t e C . tll , \~ is i z :l
( Sh c":5111 . I p:I I o', Ii i.- IIl , I5 0111101i
oil iiI' sec ol ays it) titI liOl1 11
q101' in2 ho~s iSnt it , si to 4 iIll
WOl: 11111 .111.1 i th kid. byIi li~l
tw-Ilirso (OOliset iiil repre.;U1110 io10
ii's's dubt ol'itilt the bu th .e
bu11; l1uilt. 'ili efI' itcratp lle to
A f!ct f11tl til b lik tzo. tgou , o
('oi'i1t a lm,%- gloluil 1111- oeI pul
d .i, oti I it d) I hs, is 1o:olit Ivesa 13
-0.11i'i . al ) wto l)a M pI l l hi (t,
re rse ''tatiIll ll 1)0'l lI0 U)t at, r12
t1(phroo ( dll ,i 101 Ii) vo"l ho l 111111
.*Ilt It t itsi. l iii al n'.~ shal b11 l o~t"lhile
It 11114 it' lo C tI ll ii:1
7%t. Vill 1ai'i tile cjo tia i. li
1,01.al the c,.(.b ov he tucoto by i;iti
0te IVonc yt 'now~ it.; 11 al t Ill k-lIll oxt
pu111)1s fioho WOOicI atll 111C(1 theY
irs i dt 1 odr ei rs tit) t t '
retlml ill~l tilt) bepr~iiI bing te
;PM., o, t1$lfl~l~e
d that Glov. Orr will soon call the
Steaim plows are tsel to a great Ox
ent i EnglaId, and it will surpriso
minily to learnii that Egypt is England's
Jest customor in the purchase of those
bior-saving implements. Recently a
tlorough trial was had with a steam
plow near the city of New Orleans.
The firm of which (ion. Longstreet is
! immb er, lu;i imported a steam plow,
Ind Oxperiments with it havo elicited
'h is sten m plow is arranged either
'or t wo enlgi:tes, on1e u ponl each side of
L!e lid, or one en gine by suistituting
All anch0or oil the opposite side. It
need hardly be expoctod that an or
riangemlIent of this kind can be sue
evssfuilly ai)pplied upon the unOven sur
face of lIilield, biut the principle
mutst certainly be appidl, otherwiso
the en iture of the 1ld will not.prove
pr4i(lit able. LaIbor-saving systemis
imst bo iitrodueed, Cither in the
m11ore rapuid working of tho lands in
piuti ityor in the more thorough cul
vitioll ill iuality.
Don't Oultivato Lai without Manure.
There appears to be a good deal of
sonn114 sose inl the following state
ments from the Southern (Altirator:
"I t costs you on our averare soils,
tenl dollars or more, to iako an aero
of corn wvith hired labor, and fifteen
or 1 ".e to imialke and gather anl Acre of
cotton. Ifyou do not look closely af
ter your hmnds, it will cost you a good
doal more timn that. Now every
acre cultivael, that will not yield
criopa i:, worth at least the above
1onuntiits, will Iot only be no )proit
but run you into debt. Large crops
still, aIe repired, to obtini a profit
onl hired Labor. J~muds, then, which
will not yiel(l such crops, we Iust
let them rest, or umature them sufli
0entlyV, or. We lose illoley. At least
hl4 o uour poorest soils hitherto do
votul to corn aid cotton, should be
i rown Iout to rest, anId 1.0 ha lanice ont
riched. Aloiy long will it take its to
exiaist what little eaplitil we have
left. it Cor. every acre otn which we canl
mako a itot proft of' ten dollars, we
cotntieno to cultivato five, which lack
from thre t I ten (1ollars eelch of nieet
ing the actual Cost of cultivation.
Thero are few lands wich will not
yiel.d a protit, if cotimtuercial ilanures
aire judiciously applied
Who Pays tihe Cotton Tax?
his ois 411101h3 as been put and re-put
with t frequency of lite that shows a
co(I41nnnendable interest in knowing
whentee comes tle buirden of taxation.
While we claim1 no deepor intsight
Ito lm odter into this abstruse subject,
utpon wich polt(1it ical e COntom~ists have
de'vod mtuch toght I, still we shall
sumbm it somio views whtichi mtay or may
not be entdorsed. It' we succeed ini
(all ing out the latent talent of more
exsperieniced jiulgmuent upon01 thte sub
ject, wo will have accomnplishied our
Tlh~e first propoisitIion in the promiis
e's is, thant taxes atre either dirct or' in
dIirect. 'They aire direct when each
tax-payor pays taxes itt proportion to
the pr'operty he possesses. liThey arc
indirect, when (he tax is laid upon
some article of trade or conunerce at
somec pointt bet ween its production and
it~ s consumption. In tho first case, all
proiperty possessed1 at any timd within
thec period of taxation, is valued anid
taxed with a1 det ermined percentage.
ha t he second case, the tax is in the
formi ot duities or imports, or somec
thinug of' that chairacteor.
It is conceded by political econo
mttists that the indbr'c tax is paid by
the conisumer~t. TIhie inforonco of
conriso is thatt theo diarct tax is paid by
'in regard then to cotton, it is essen.
t in to a right solutioon of the~ quer v,
tirst to determine whether the tax
npjon) is d irect or intdi'rest.
.is property in cotton taxed In pro
p11 orto to the amount of it possessed,
ori is it taxod betwoont the poinlt of its
produact ion anid its conlsumtptiont 1
The11 tax is thiroo cents ai pounid, and
by a c'ertain feature in thie tax act,
I'alls upon the shipper. Now if the
pr'oduceer ships a bale of' cotton weigh
ing four hunidred pounds, the taix upon
whtich is twelve dollars., of course he
haus to boat that ittc.
uth in Winnsbuoro it oftenor lii4f
pous1 that theo prodnoor is not the shtip
per, butt tihe muerchant is spoh., New
if it can~ be proved tlbat when the pro
iiudor aells hIs'cotton in Winnsboto,
Ite losses not onl~y .the .proits upon
it which the melrchaultt gains by ship
ping it to Now York, but also thes tax
>f three centts a poundl, then it sa cer
ain that the eotton platerto paye 666
ax uponi cotton,
Let ii exaaio his point ' brofly.
hen A buye ~a bale of coton id
Vinsaboro 'st tironty-fvo enta .s
obnnd wlfiei itis solhig in New Yorld
t thirty-thrde, of course ho buys with
a view to iako a profit -upon that
bale by solling i6 in Now York. Ils
Oxpo0lonedtpachos him what it ooststo
transpot a balo to Now York; and
alo hat will be a, fair offer to thd
producoer in Winnsboro. And f of
cour.mo, knowing that he has to pay a
taxof threo cents a ponnd on that
balo for the liberty of shipping it to
New York, he makes a bid upon the
cotton with that in view.
Now #,he producer can ship a balo
of cotton to Now York just as cheap as
Mr. .. can, and as a natural conso
tinonco, if le lots Mr. A have the cot
ton at the New York prico, loss the
profit which A expects at the time of
purchase, plus the three cent tax, of
course the producer pays the tax. It
is immatorial whetlher the twelvo dol
lars on a four huirdred pound balo be
paid into the hands of the Assessor in
Winnsboro by the producer or b'y Mr.
A, it is all the ..same-the producer
must fool the deficit.
Itence the cficlusion is, at this
point, that the tax on cotton is a di
rOct tax, and is paid by the producer.
Itsis a part of the expenses of produc
tion ; It is a part of tho cost of ship
ping it to a market.
We have now briefly considered the
relation of the producer as a producer
to the ootton market. In our next
we will discuss his relation as a con.
sumor to the cotton market.
Gov. Bullock's Address..
\o are indebted to a subscriber
for a copy of the jddress of tjovernor
Bullock, of Massachusotts, before the
ieneral Assembly of that State.
The Governor coutends earnestly
for universal suffrage. We do not be
lievo .the people of Massachusetts
would endorso this -tra position of
IHo also lays great stress upon tho
gratitudo due b-y the North to the
North to the loyal bin cks. Now it
sounds in our Southern, ears, all this
great ado about tl loyal negroes in
the South, like a sickly sentimeintalI
ty; for overy man in the outth knows
that not half a dozen out of' every
hundred thousand negroes in the
South - who woro decoyed into the
Federal army, know anything at all
about the Consfitution and the Union
to which so much loyalty on their
part is clainted by Governor Bullock.
As well talk of the loyalty of the
lyish,.prnvui)olgans, )'rench, Ty
roleso and Indians, who were induced
by great bounties and greater promis
es, to enter the Union army.
When every Northern State has
extended oven impartial suffrago to
its inhabitants of the age of twenty,
one and over, then a demand from
them of the South to do likowise, Will
give themi at least the appearance of
.Another Sad Casualty.
Only recently wye published an no-.
count of the melancholy death by vio
lence of a youthful son' of Dr. Walter
Brice. And nowv we have that of an
other youth. The circumistances, as
far as we have learned them, are that
a son of Mr. James Mecrory was riding
in the "now grounds" with Mr. James
Jones, wvhen- a burning tree fell, crush
ed the lad to death and -broke Mr.
This is a stunning blow to the af
flicted parents, and our sympathies
are truly wi4th thoem. So thorough
going, energetic a' citizen as is Mr.
Jones can but 'oorly bo spanred, as lhe
must now necessarily, be for weeks,
fromj the progressive industry of our
District, now that so nguoh of those
qjualities is essen tial to the building.
up of our broken fortunes. We hope
lie mayspeodily tid entirely recover.
The following is the bill introduced
by Bioutwell to supercee the decision
the of Supreme Court :
SECTiIoN L. lo It entoted, etc.,
Tiiut no p~erson shall be perm~itted to
act as attorney or counsellor in any
Cour't of' the United States who hats
been guilty of treason, bribery, inur
der oi-other folony, or who has beoon
engaged fi auny rebellion agalast the
G#overuunent oftho< Unuited States, or
who has given aid or encouragement
to theoncmios of the United Sta tes in
Sac. 6. And be it further onaoted,
-That the~ Arst section of -this Aeot~is
hereby deelared to be a rule 'of every'
Coni-t of the Uhited States.
SEO,. 2. And beo It furthor onncei,
That it shual'be the duty of the judge
or' jndges . of many such' Court,
whero thbo suggestion -e rs-tnd
hiopeth Cofuri that -any peso act
ing aA an att~rnoy or counsollor of
id C6oirtof offeritig or proposing to
so aet, aRfM~roa by the pVovisioni 4f
thisA.48 boneverv sald-j udgd or
jiitgas lf beffevo that such p'oison&
p bayredto w eqiiro And asce'na, bI
'fhotlEr et~ jordon has been guilty
of tre otonb S eryeidet, or - othem'
felony or wuther ho ha boon .engt
2ddI yr6bollian againMtethe GQov4
Vr f the Miltado.'thfew# o~
* b o given Aiidcortifonl oi
TUraei SMtge inuayti' hostill -
thereto SiddmoIW hsll ood
the by o a Fo
106., of treaso, bribery, ' nturdop, or
ithorfelony, or thait ho has been on
tagodn mny rebollion against the
overnineb of tho United States, or
hat he hasliveu aid, confort., or en
ourligelnont to) the htintuies of the
Jutod Statcs in armed hostility thero
oV to excludo and dob:ir such person
r1en. the offico of attorney or counsel
or at said Court; and any person who
;hall tostify falsely in any oxuimina
ion iuMade by anly Court as atforq..yaid,
shall be guilty of perjury,,and shall be
iablo to the pains and penalties of
Au L-o-g-ant Joko.
The Legislatiu-o of Alabama has tin
der considoern I. ion a very proper propo.
nition to supply lher1 um(imod soldieis
with logs. Ainong ttoe who have
Ipplied to have their patented artili
Aill lIituibs examiln d tro several
Northern imnaitetturers. To 0n0 of
there, a few days ago, ono of the inien
bers raid : "We didn't oemploy you to
shoot our logs off, and we shall cor
taily not employ you to put them
The abovo inay be a jokc, or it mny
b)o in earnest. Whatever it he, one
thing is certain, the Southern States
mwo it to their inuioed soldlers to
ruirnish them with the very bost artifi
eial limbs, no matter who watkos
One hundred and eighty mimbers
of Congress fi the lion0eivi have adopt
ed a resolution ilstruotiIg the Naval
Comniuittoo to linquiro into tile proprie
ty of 1ol0v ilg the naval school from
Annapolis, where pupils are. exposed to
disloyal inflieices, to a loyal State.
Nonsense I But while Congre.s is
lit it, why not muovo itself to tile White
Mountal ills ?
The Scientifio American.
This valt-lble Journal had lmly
rendors in the South bfore the wiar.
We presune it is still publidhod in
Now York. We regarded it then as
ono of our most valuable exchanges.
The Prooeadings of Congross.
This interesting batclh of current
events may be sutumed up thus :--A
deternined, inveterate and vind ietive
purpose to perpetuate Radical domina
tion at the oost of Southern degrada
The RealIntent of the . Impeachment
Resolutions--- Grant to be.,Impoaohed.
The Washington corrusp'iidenl of' 11le
cioinnati Commercial has lhe followi ig ii
relatiun to the famtous "'impe:wmiiew it Irs
Aq soon as tile resobst i'ln was read .lr.
BinghIamt 'junipjed 'roi II Seit awl1' wii
over to Mr. Ashley. to w hoim lh :l Ives.e d
0111e Very strong lan't i'. :1:'. im
wIit li0 tlliant Iy siuch it : . -
l t-at, a d wIly Ie dIid 1. fl- -.4t L Iu ::pply I
tc President only, imsteiad of mukhg it it
densnei to include every etlicer of te or
coinient. ishiley hesitated awhile, nal.cted
a knavish smile, aid replied Iit h- gues.
e i it was right. "No, i isn't. fill [oit'"
Said din1ghaim. It's aitb a k ( Ina (bn u.
and no suh mialicious ihiiig .-ill go i hiigiih
t he I lii'usei it' I cant h e lp it."' '-,i:po-e i
(100-4 incidu Gr'.i li."'I sidi Ashley3. 'C., I
wVo invettstigatei his coet o -: na d Oin'i
We imnpeach' im ti if hei b.04 heeni ;uby ii aler
Iey ii ~a momet andiu ireplied in nervi'ns wrathI.
"Ashley, you iare a fool ; don't you know
th I youi cant imlpeach aniy but a civil oll:
oar of thle (Gesvornmu.ut u-hr lie 'Co n-sijtu
Lion7"0 By Ithits lime gite a grouip hiad
o nilect id where Ito colloquy was being held.
a-ad Th'ad. 3Stevens,' scentuing a breev.e, hiad
0 umo over' to avert, a storma Addressing
him, ilinghiam aisked whalit wis the mea~lninig
of t.8 his .damnable aisiault upon Glener'al
U rnnt~. "Oh1, no01img," salid Sevens in hiis
bisidians way-"only we want to investi
ga'e some1 chiariges reetirly made agaiinst
limn. I doni't. see wny (Grant1 should be fiee
fromn inlvestigiatiin any morelL I li'n Juohnsoti.
ile's julsItS s ad ats .lhn~uison." Binughiam
ag iun denoeunced wht lie termeud .very aptly
iha font conspirnaey igailnst the biet' oflicer
of the Army of the Ilepublie,-" and. he galve
the friends oft the resolntion-who wvere aronund
hinm faiir warning thia. if' ,tey passed it, hel
should exp)ose the cowardly proceedings as
IL deserved. By t his iimo lhe resoilut ion
htd "gOneC Over,'" ns5 Ihe pirhiimentary
phiase is, froitr a refusal of' the lonso ii
sutspend the ruiles. Quiet had been restort.
odl oni the floor, and tile business of the day
wa's qtuiet ly proceeding. Blinghami address
ed Ashley, in presenici of sehiral miembere,
bl language like this; ''Tell the honest
truth niow, who'ins:igatedi that r'esoitiont ?"
"Why, what makhes yop,5 think it wasnii't myi3
ownti?" lngnired Adih)6y. "Rocanse," said
Ilinghami, "I kn~ow tdhi3re is too .mutch cun
in it f'oi- you, aind ll b.t you anyin g you
d.we~ that Thandilhs Stevens aned Blenj. Butt
11er cit her wroteo it. or dictated its spirit.."
Ashley againt'prot ested against hiltnia's
right to question the authorship ; and
Ilinghlam again ropeated that there was too
mneh crnft, andl design about itor anybiody
but-S8tevens or lintler. What fromn lin g.
hsom's arnestntess anud Ashley's fuintly di is.
gulaed equtivocation, the dispn telead become
rnitb intereshinug and a numbier of Radiio'al
memubers had oollected around the udip
annte. Aftr htoofurther batitering and
b~adger'ing, on Bitnghaun's part, Ashley eon
t'ossed that, "-Stev'ens bad aiittle t0 o dii wit hi
It, snd Blutler' had a little to dho with it. and
that 0on0 of its principal objects wvat to give
lIttlor an optiortunidty or tanking and prov
nag certain charges against General Gr'ant.'
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