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VOL. i.] INSOO S. C., WEI)NESDAY MORNING, J.ANU R 9 88N.3
18 UU 111.1811. WIE.KI.y Iy
DESPORTIES, WIL[AM8 & CO.
Termu.-Tux IlnarLI is puibliliel Week
ly in the Town or Winsboro, at. 83.00 in
tarealip/ in advance.
ijy- All tranisient advertisements to be
p)il in advance.
Obitunry Notices anal Tributes $1.00 per
[From the New 1ork Citizen.]
Thbre nre bonds of all sorts in this world of
Fetters of rriendtliip, anm ties of flowers,
Anti trite-lovers' knots, Iween;
Tihe girl and Lihe boy nro bo'hl by a kiss,
liut there's never a bond, obl frlend, like
We have drunk fron the same canteen I
It. was sometimes water, and sometimes
Anti sometimes apple-jack. fine ias silk,
Bait whatever the tipple has beon,
le have sltici it to-ether in bane or
And I warti to you, friend, when I think -f
We have drunk from the samoe canteen
The rich anal rtrent sit down to iline,
Arnd ti ey <qttatT to each other in .parkling
Frnin glasses of crystal and green
But I guess in their golden potations they
The warmth of regarl to be foun in this
We have ti 1nk frolin t Iae saine Canteen
We have s ai-ed ourr blankets and tents to
We have tnrehel anl' fought in all kinds of
Anti hungry anal fial we have heon
Jiad days of batile niad ays orrest,
lut this meinory I cling to and love the
We have drunk from the tmme canteen
For when wounled I lay on the outer slope,
With my blood flowing fnaot, and Iut little
Upon which ny faint Spirit could lean;
Oh, tlien, I rernember, you crawleA to my
Anil, bleering-so fast, it scemeil hoth tist
Itave ie I.
We ilrank from lie saine can eitcn!
(-A wifie ) Mi rs O'It tt. I.v.
[h- roan lhe Charleston Mereory.1
RING STREAKED AND STRIPED
[Before entering into the account. of
this day's proceedings, it hecomes nec
essary to remark, tihat owing to certaina
circumstances which tieed not he ex.
I'plained, the titles of Mr., Dr . &c., &c..
usually prefixed to the names of gEni
men, were by mistako connected 'with
She nlmes of' sone of the wlaile- delegates
to ihis -nvention in the report of the
fourth clay's proceedings, thereby maic
ing a distinction apparently on account
of race or color, which it, is not right to
To avoid repetition, characters pre
viously introduced to the eader, will
not he further doscrihed than by thoir
names. Tho usual illustrative romarks
will, however, be mado whenever one
of the bipeds is exhibited for thec first
On assemblage, the delegatps to the
great rintged-streked-land- stri ped found
thenmselvos for theo first timea inve.stedl
with the dignity of tables furmished with
pens, ink and paper. Or theo first somo1
dloubtless could conceive no furthier use
than as a place for victunls, and the two
Jatter mus~t have appeared to the same
'individuals enidowcd with thte my~stery
aund dread which the wands anal philters
.Qf. the magicians professed for the peo.
jple of thea olden hiime. Deospite the ta
h!ce r~h stationry, the space on the
floor dotted to the deerntes, still
seemed cramped antd uancomfort able. It
woulhi-renire the whole hall to bo -ap
propriated exclusively to the delegates
to allow any aurrangment which would
give an air of twotn corriparativo dignity
and comfort to this ptarody of at conv'en
As i sual, the meeting wVas opojnnd
with prayer, Itannion acting as chafplai
proa. tom. Th'e truly christian spif-it of
somo oaf the measure's itroduced in "the
course of the (lay was .doubtless the
result of the earunest petit-ione offe'red bay
this pions daelegate.
|See resolutions to onst. t.ho' state 'ffi
Th'ie roll laving been cal led andl a
qtuorumt kring. prestpt--t he miites
of yesterdayg uegi reati and confirm
ed. -. ~ 1 .
S The folkhlwing conym g~tees woro nP.
n founced. lby the chlimr
8TAN.t1ING1 UOM. M TTgE.
41PI of Righ,.-1/Fli W hittomore, A
:i.J R~ansier?, [, IB Jiinson, BB llliott,
W~ XJ McKinley. II1 J Donaldson, W
D 1 NT~eh/ T J Cdlihan, James Hlender.
L'gi4ative aI?4ttof Ms4ttion.-J
M Rushlnd, fl 0 Dtlpp n, W.J, Whip.
~ ey, J HI>Goas4Sam!Johnson/ J' $ Craig,
Wilson Cookl. -- a ,
R S'itlann, 6 M Wilder, S8 Corlny A
ithClinton, J M Runnion, W W .W" Oriy,
Judic~iry1.-C~ C TBoweh, J J Wright,
)D H Chamberlain, A' MI iddleton, A J
Newell, M M 13 Johnson, J P F
Camps, P R Reaves, John A Ifun
Fran/Chisc anl lectis,-R C De
Largo, James 1) 1111, C P bnslie, Isaae
lrocktington, Eliam Dixon, J A Chemnnt,
II NV Webb, IM F Becker, John S
Finn-e.--N C; Parker, T1 J Robert.
"On, Robert Sinall, C NI 0Con, . Jol
Bonui. Willian 1erry, P Alexinder.
Gcorgce Jackson, J 1-1 \\hit.
.ueatucata.-- WI L Cardoza, .1 K Jill.
son, Li S i 1itigly, J C N eagle, ii E
Haynes, T F' i l.r, I IL Shrewsbutry,
A Blrice, David larris.
Pe'itail.- V Itose, T 11 Saspor.
tas, Frank A mison, S l B Thompol.
Y J P Owens, lice Nance, J If Jenks,
W NI Thomuas, H1 D Edwards.
Rules antd Regulations.-S A. Swails,
S G \V Dill, G Pillsbury, George Lee.
Hfenry Jones. John Woolcy, W S Col
lins, J K Terry, IF J Lomax.
Miscellanconls.--L 13oozer, 13 It Rlan
dolph, John Crews, R1 I[ Caini, It' G1
Wilder, J N l siyne, 13ailey Milford, J
NI Allen, lienj. 13yas.
(mnolth/oni.--L Boozer, 13 F
Whilttemor. 1 li Cardoza, F J Moses,
It C )eharge, V Q Rose, J M ittiland.
C C Bowen, S A Swatb and W S
I! ::nl Boor, whitLe (Ilgate from
L.ieximgton, whosi i nam is quile con.
SpiClonIs aillong thie native lteptiblicans,
dedled the oippoinltment. as chadiman
Ofeonuniut-6. m thie grounl or inea.
pacity and iniability. His iviinse wa-.s
made the spel.' order for tO morrow,
On mi- of W J Nowes, it wasi or
dered ftht the convention ad iourn inil
the roeport of the commililhen on - cons~oli.
dation, leet each day at. 12 M, and ad
jiirn at. 3 P. NI.
13 1 lRandolph asked to be exciused
from serving oil the committe oil miR.
cellaineoius Im- I turs, his exense \Vas mll0ade
the special order for t.o morrow, 2 P.
The connellitten nppointedvi to invite
1H.n. O S Bryan, Uniied Stitet Iu)iriet
Juitge for South Carolina, nnd1 Major D)
T Corhin, United StaLes District. Attor
ney for Soith Caroi;iq! to seats on th
floor, reports their acceptance of t he
)e~iarge, from the Comili.ee on
Printing, asked forther time util to.
N W Mackey, from the Coi mittee on
.he Duties of Subordinate Officers of' th
Convention, moved that tle rIl,1s of
the lIonso of Representatuies of the
Uliteod States, on this stiubje!ct govern
the body, and reqesterd permission to
call the subordinaio oflicers before the
committee to instruct Lheim in their d
F J Moses, from the Commiclee to
select a stlitable persont flor seren:t it 0
ia, reported the name of N M John
son. of York, and recoinended heIis elee
tion. The riles bwing suspended tihe
report was adopited.
13 F landolph introdned aI resolitiont
which wat seconded by S Lianglov,
declaring it to be t.he opilion of th eCiol.
vention that the s1ujects of confiscation
and franchise should he leR ntirely to
Congress. Referred to the Committee
oni motion af James 'm Rutland, the
Committee on F'inince, was insrteted
to examlino inito the contditiont of thet
State TPreasury, an td repoirt at as early
a period( as possible.
A preambile and. resol'ijions, int rodni
cod by Ii J Moses, itt.i hg f.,rib thet im-i
poverishted cond(1itioln of the Staite, amil
sales, and riecont nendimg that tihe coni
venttionl pettit i Ge. Canby to stay for
three motnthis all ex ectionsi' for debts
prior to June 30, 1 %5, wa:', after con
s'iderable discussint, nrferred to te Ex.
eetivye Qommittce, with instructionts to
re*port to mlorrowv.
Alleni, of (Greenvilule, int rodneited an
ordinan lce prov id ing for an1 exemption
fromi liMality to execution of real estate
to the value of $1500, and persontal es
tale to the value of $1 000 ; also proviid
ing for a separate estate from mnottgtg
inig it without thto conlsenit of thte wife;
heo wated thte exemnptiotn oxtend~ed as
far us possible to diebts existing at thle
t'mre of the patssagel of tihe proposed or'
(lwahnce ; and hte wished Piine matter' re
ferred to the LegiltrAuvo Cotmmittcee,
witht power to employ the host legal
talent in thte State, if udeemed ntecossary.
ie wasti n laiyer, iind ite kniew nothi.
intg about thto .law, anda he wishied to bo
instructed ini thec law on this point.
lReferred to theo Legislative Commit
L S Langley introidneed on ordinance
toi clhantge thle nameli. ol'I ihe election dis
tricts ini the State '.0 (1 counties, anid to di
less thtan five nor mtore than t Firparot'
m''t ~ eting was ojpenled with prayer
- -,iution, whito delegate, from
$eagle, of Yl itrict, introdulced a.
resolution: to . the tflfectelst. That tile
Presidlent of the 'bonlVetiiont write is
'hamy Afd the date, 'Ohtloeton, De
94%@fre*O 1o88,$'K9i~ tghO fa@q of
*260,0'00 w'orth of tho0 1isrecelvablo'l
theo State, issned epppTber 21, 18G5,
an@4heut,01 t el p w Un ~t de~iared legattLen
tnie'foi''all dbnknh kt'rtstd 'eith in the
State, except wl'i'e dib United' States
governmuent is a party. 2d. That theo
State, treasurer, int Charlestoll, be ant
thonzeid to sell every week $10,000
worth of said bill4. r-evcivablo so ;1gncd
by tho President of the convention, or
as mneh is may be necessary to pav the
expeInses of the c onvpti . .ii. That
the Fmianc Commie'vt tee be in'.rntelud lo
prepare an ordnani providlitg for tlte
levying and collecting of a lax in accord
anco with lReconstruction acts, for the
aIyment of expnises of tile c0oi ion,
the tax to linoiint to )200.00)), and to
be colb-ewed het wevn Se.pt ember 1, 1.87 1,
:1d Jmiimry 1, 1,372, ztid the moner Po
tim alformi'-id hils reeivabh. e 0n
ev r:1WItd by tie sale of I he hills to be
paice-I inl the I'.trnN, of the President of
t(he Colvetion, and thbe b:1lan,1e reilain
ing alter paying the expenses of the
Colelnion to b applied to the payminti
of' lie contingent ex petlses of I lie St 2 te,
under the dirtction of Gov; Orr, orI his
successor. The relu t ltion wis referrel
to the Comutnittee (It Pfiace, wit.h in.
structionls to repo'rtI on WedInesday, at
B 0 Dnican, of Newberry, ofl'red a
resoltition to Lilte elut tht. slaverv. 4
having been abolished by the Unit oid 4
States 0overtnnm-it. and1! this acl.ion hav
ing been ratified by the State L-gisli
ture, debts for slav'es be declard nill
.anl(d void, becau s' to allow suitts for
their reover.y wolihl be to aIcknowlIodme
the h-gality of' 'lhiveryv. leftelrred to do
JildiciarY Conung we~x.
The s:ne i:embot introdicid a reoT.V.
hi on tha.x mng: to thi haid manige
tm 'lt of the rc'ibh' finnniliceS, t111 propert v
of the 'S'ate, <ml %*web coinrct's lmad'e
prior to tw i'h'l of Ilh war were predi
cate(.i, had been groatly redulced inl Val
',(-, thereforo, dlebtsI- incurroti prior to
.1(11e 30, 180,5, he red ced otne-half.
. ferre'l to l' J1ulicia ry Comit'itee.
1I' J Mo , J., oirereil a ies obl nion I
that Nb j. C ) l1)1m. of York Distriet, i
ol ohe si'obitors of u3e Siate 1) r'e
quested t.o not as legal advimur of Ctho
convention, aid that, inl case ho accept.- I
ell, anid was williingr to aid the c'onven- I
tion iin th worik of rei:onst.riction, a
r'oomi in tle Chib Houe he assined him
ant1d he be allowod the per dicnm and
tini(ag' < f a del''gate.
10-ti-rred o the l ectiive Committee
to report on to-morromv.
R~anidulpil presented a petition Couch.
cd in the most. ahjeot ferms, which li
wished the convention to send to Coil
-iress, asking for lie colitintuatc of the
freedmc'n'$ bur1eau1111 inl this Stait intil thoI
restoratioi of civil government, and alf
t1r that for hei est ablishment of a bureau
of ednation. 11-fo'ered to the Commiuttee
on Miscollianousin Affitrs.
Allen, of' Grvelvil!', iltrodiced r
reColtI iiolnt t1h le h-giat ht direct.
il at its firstleeting to enact sueh law.s
as ia vie nec.sary to stay a x(ectl!ntls
oil debis prior lo 1865, until 187'", and i
lat, tlil sueh lO't-ting of Ihe legisla- I
Iiiar, stich exectitioni hi staiid by aitlior
ity " of the colveil tion, provided that, in
lit) eveint, Such stav sliall contilltii be.
yonid 1873. Referred to the Legislative
A resoltit ion was intr'oduiced that all
property be txd iil malorcm, nd that
til-' legislatore have power to levy aI
po'll.t.ax of one dollar a head, to be ap
plil to tle. school ftnd.
Neaile, of Yok, it M'oduce a resolu
tion fixing the per diem of deh-gaites it
eighit dollars and Iheir mileatg at. twen
ty-five cents by (lte shorte.t, route h
plalces of aIbode. D~eli'g't ts residing ini
the city and1. repre3'sllmting coutryI'. (dis
triiits not to' be' 'emitie i(( an lly mileatge.
H[l ey. of' B.erkiwley, 31ntroduticed a3 1
r'esolnttion t'rquiring hait. thte following<
priitons he( ('ngen'llft ed inlto thte C~onist
tultion (If 3the Stale:
1. That, no person be eligible for office
wh~o is not qtuahified~ to vole.
2. That. 310 person itn any way enga
giod in or' connecte'd with a dual shall be0
eligible for oflico.
3. 1'Tat, lotteries b)0 forever pront
4Th trniprisomnent for' debt be
abIolishedl oxceptt ini cases of fr'au~d.
I, P Johnfson3, a1 dleCent looking white
delegate fr'om Pickeni", who ouight, to
hav been1(1, an real'Oi ly Semelld to he,
ashamed'( oif the company3) inI wh icht he
wvas found, road, in) ant aud(ible voico.a no
tition for the divisii~m of' his diistrict ito
twi diet ricts. R'fertred to0 the C!ommnittee
of [Franchliso and Ele(ction.
A black de(legato introiced a reso.
an trlo'iad dt,y, a nd rondering Ithemr ineli.
gible to t.heo offiec'i of governor rind lieu
Len tit-governor, anld also itn'ligible to
sea1 t in3( theteerttl A ssemtlbly'. Referred
to Ithe Executive Cotinlee.
A negro de(legalte mrlt'dttced 2 proam-.
Ide a nd re"soluto son01 ~lI g forthi that the
inaton of the' SaePnitentianiry were <
m'allreated, and( thatL persons wo'ro the.ro
wyho ought niot to b~e there, antd apoint.
inw a comi1llge of' livo to intvestigato
lto mattter, wi,th ftill power to mimflinen~ 1
persons antd. 0talii any doctumntt i ne- '
essia1y f'or tit- purpose. ]I
B 0 Duincan said .the resohitton r& tI
flected on Lhormilitary as well 'as 'the
civil authorities.of thm Statfe. - *. '.
Allen said 110 kniow. that the facts- set i
forth in the. prenmblea were tyne3' and
thast some of the itnniates of'the peitenm
tiary were .niartyra of their,' fydublicu n
'EJhJo preamble andl resolutions;were re~
.forred to thle Committee on 'Mis6ollano.
ithi Afl'tire 'to re'prt to-tmorrow.
'Ioverly' Nash intredaded a: rofullar
that all State inlstitutions of learning bd
Oneci to all men with,,t r...c. to color..
lleforred to Committev ol jducatio.
F J Alo.scs introthiced as a submitate
for a resoliition of which he g:ve' noit ice
on Friday, another rcsoitionl inristluct
mIg the Judiciary Committee t. inu,
ilto )to ivor of th. ConvelIion to leg
ilhtIe on sihijects foreign in the matter
of framing a Stato Constitut.ion.
A white delegate, whose name was
not heard, but whose unkept hair and
Poedy attiro spoke in uinmistakablc lan
guange the "truv ln ite mni,"' in
troduced a resolittion referring in hit ter
tt'rni:4 to those whom he desigiated as
reish and aecused of treason anld mur
dIer--nini recommending Ihat. owing to
the conduct of Ie prov'isiona'l ollicers of
he State, who were banded ogether t.o
i-fea6.t, recons trtiction, that, tIe hoe all
A I. tis st age of the proceedings, the
President, at the regnest of the chair
nan of various coimmitten, atmumncedi
livir hotirs of meeting, and it being near
lie Ihtour of adjournment. the con veltion
)Camle ve'ty lisorderly, and thli was
0 tillich cm ofusion that, it wias with dilli.
-tli y tlI it any oie could kuep the run
If Iihe pr~olCeed;ingsr.
Oi motion f It C DeLarge, the Con
Tie proceedings were introdnced with
>rayer by F L Cardoza.
C 0 Iowen, ft-'r the 00i commiltte on ile
tuliciary, to whomn waq ref rred fte re:soln.
ion rediuering of 110 effect conlracts fri
al' of slaves, reported an ordinace deeclar-.
ng ill stieh coit racts void, and forbiddiiig
ny proceedints iliereon.
The clnairnin asked that the devisiou, It(
mns allout. to make be appealed fr-ni, inl or.
ler to i hrow the responsibility uloni lhe
Tie chair then decided that according to
lie rules of the (louse of Jtepresentatives
'f fihe United States, (he ordiinance, wIhich
0111 wasi syllonym1louls With bill, hial pass(d
is first. reading, and requnitod to be renl
wmo' agailn before it. could become a law.
McKnllilay, of Cliarlest on, i well known
egro butcher, free before the war. and
lavilig a comfortalilo property, moved (4)
ave all reports coming from obiniittecs for
erimanent act ioh pricncd after first rend
After som diotission this motion was
dopted, and tle report of the Jtdiciary
'ouinittee ordered to be printed.
Hlowen, fromi the same cominittee report
d (hat they considered fihe resolmiion ill)
,intling a committee to investigate tlie con
Lion of lite 'l ate Penitentiary, as beyond
he jurisdictioin of the convenitiou, on the
,round that it. w'as under file oupeviiten
lance of the Provisional Gloversement. of the
;late, which was subject, to the military
athority of the United tftes, aut thicy
herefore recommended that, it le referred
o General Canily, with a reqest lint. the
mIatter received proper invetligalion. Or
lered if tolb printed.
N G Parker, from (lie Committee on Fi
lance,10 to whom was referred an ordinnce
bout (lie State bills, reported that they
rere ill correspondenen with the Governor
lonleral Can by, nnd o.hers, WIC. could filt.r
lisi illforaination oil ile n1bject, and they
sked furihor f imie, promising ai early re.
L B Johnson, from te cominitee in
01011m was referred tinl ordinante dividing
'iekOns Diitrict, into two disic , to Ie
alled Pickens and Oconee, reported favora
Ily, anid requested thnt it le referred to
lie ju diciary Coit itee, with inistriuctsions
o incorporate so mi3h of it as they might.
ce fit into (1he constitit ioll.
J .1 Wright. moved that. the report be
cferred to (he next legislature. This oo..
ion Ias seconded by C C Bowel).
Oin motion of DeLarge file report and tle
letitiorn of tie citizens of Piickens were
itnlo (lie spooial order for to-morrow at 1
Whiltemore inoved thal thelegislatire be
n151rutedi, as soon neg pr-act icale, to formn a
en-al codeo fotudedl on1p iicii's oit reformn11
ion und not on vimlilet ive jitui ie, and thlit.
hey provideo farmas where iiirsonls nnabile,
brough nge or intl rmtity, to take care of
hcmselves, might 11ind emhplolyment. andi
very rensonable comfrt, nnl, by useful.,
'yes, lose the degrading sense of depen
lence. Reoferrid to the LegislativeCommtit.
J K Jillson1 introdnoeed a resolutIon to
stalish a supreme court andi Inferior
onrts, &o., and asked that It be referred to
lie Juidiciar'y Commriteo.
L 8 Langley called fcor the speina order,
whuich was the report of the Executive Com-.
nittee r'ecommning I petition to General
!anbly fuor Vt stay law of thrtee months1,
.After a great, deal of iamlhing idehale,
\~ biittemiOt'1ru ovedi to make the report the(
pet.cial order for Th'Iursday nat~ P . Md.
Moses called for yens andi nays, which
esnlit ayes forty-six, andl nays sixt-y.
bill then moved to Jay the whole matter
r. the table.
Moses conlied ngain for the yens and nays,
rhicht resulted ayes twenty.eight, natys
'T J1 llobertson move the indefinite post
>Onomoni~tt of (the whole mtatler.
TPhe yeas anti nays were called for and,
esulted ayes twenty-four, nays eighty..
It was thus est ablished as the opinion of
very large mnajority of the convention that,
lie report should be adoptied, bitt it w~as so
ear the hour of adjonment that the re
let party conseiited to postpon1e the speclol
rder tuntil Thnraday, at 1 o'clock.
The conventiotn then adjourned to 12 Al.,
( There wasti a decided chanltgo in thte
erformance of theo assembI lage .yest erday
tid at tdhange, too, which promises a
ivoly time and a groat deal or fun for
hie femitinder of the session. Heetoo
ore the heterogeoona body has appeark
dc to be mainae ythe, represedi
utie of congi-essional infintnce as wiLj
L masterlhand., Clashing interoe ts'arq
mren adjt;eled, and -all violence tonegc
lown. The mnode'ate members began
o foy' sure of adoptinig a constituttog
dhIch doild, fid faiur, as %hhy ?fondly9
'toped wh a lat-ga mtunber *of thec
bite people of the State. Yesterday
sudden chtanjt came over the spirit of
helrtdream. R. H-. Cain;, black dele
rate romt Charleston. a Nvorthenrn negro
Vh1o h ing h ers p1iieig II-e Sinct the
war. an. ios er sI-rmo1n is a1 Iolitl
cal mriangliu, hpl:e 1 101i1.11 im t Ilbe
Chih1 I fouse (or tile first time, and14 lhv a
Violent aid 1ather.ikite ppe!14 thc
p~sn- nn-1 pjolices of thle ignloran*',
1 it a lowl ()o d liht withi the me.
lngerie which prove d blit too rulv th4'
rvegefulI and 1, ld -t hirst instines of
soimo (f tie ammals. 'The4! effort, to aike'
a d agislvive body olit of a Collection of
wild b-atd io4'4* abo14 i to !, to l, rowni
ed with a1 sligIl. snlee(v,. but now we
shall1 see whlat we~ 01hall w(..]
Thlt itwelting w:as4 opieled wit prav e rI
bY IR. 11. Cain.
WXV t :,- 1." omn (lhe conilith n on thle
judiciary, to whom was referred a reso.
lioini1 inquliring whethr ihe Colvcluicon1
hmd piwer to legihue, re-porteld tIht
the convention l have 1 int power.
MmIIflo the special order for Friday :t I
The Same coillitt(0 iide n reporl
decliri l it fl1cessa1ry io abolish i he
Iitril, Co1rt8, tht(e whole. su)ject. comiig
IIder conisieI'rIti oIf t he10 Connuit 411 m
nriigitig that pat of the C, ois.tilin11
COMtittedl to t.heir eare.
: ohen, imihI) d144 elegat firom Willianm
burg, offered1 a resolIition tit immedi
itly after a ratiiIlli.im of Lthe coisti:u
tion, nil hailla nd san11 ql4vlm3. inst itlit ti s in
tle Itnto which tl-lpelded p-lyment. du1.
ring 1t Ih reibelhion be rejilired to go into
and-dihi '.fli-rl a restd1ation1 that ns
nil ilc te i v to t ie ction, all I-) p o!)
comll!g ')I fter 1875 hw rerpir4d it
rId andl wrilt' ill order oI vote. I te fer
red to Connu11ittbw onl 10ducation.
Sw:iN oIr.'d a resoltlLion that til.
Cvcvenion pl-titionl Congress ; to rehelvet
cert1.a in 1ral (ll4ers inl Solth Caroh
nilt, whot perormed dtyil *v for I length of
tine and cniid draw Io pay becane
they could n ot, take th' test oa.1h. I'
Rrred to the COn1nittee onl Pletition1s.
\Vhittemore olb'ied A re4sioilitioln re.
qiliringl! children to attentld school sixteen
iniltis between he lite ag of livO 1nl1
(ighteen years. Refered to Coinmittee
o)It MI dtlcaIionl.
It. G. ilin11111s 0fflred a I.e..olt ioll to
repudiate thle State war it-dit. i e(furred
to Lf-gislive Commiltee.
Smalls 0fired i preamble and res'hi
i-)n In rgard to eduenI ion whiIh ho
woulld not. read, bilt. pnussed to the ehnir
and whether It, oud real it seemed
I'li]an ili offred a resnb1il On forbid
ding rall di-4inetionl oil accounit of r-ace
ndii colour1 in the couiittition tiand) ill till
C tatc c(i ona11i11l inslittiions. On mo
tioni of J. J W righl, madnitely potH
Rmmnin introduiedl a resolution r
qii rmng district l'rs LI lbe eeted h
the peOplo of heditriet, 111111uly, to b'
eligible for four yea4rs ill siccssion 1nd
hen ineligible for four years.
Tl st'econd special order being ill,
resoh lion of' 1. J. Moses, Jr., foira peti
tioi to Gelernl anriby, for a three
ilolltls'stay of exectiions, wn tiaiken
T. J. IRobersoni, 4 lielliand, by por.
nission, rend an tr!inmnti, against. It'
res41bnion. h'll(- ilts he mad1 were
111 lie muei who walited 11 stavy-inw
were the seesotioni ti. Thia *1tw poor
lIten would not be ben1fitl11. That stay
1rw- were aigainst, tle. Roconstriuction
act. , and11 lgainli, 01soun1d polivy. Tl
sllbH2an1ce(i oif his speech wIta a1 r"Pl 1(
11he pasi8~ons and1 prejuices of the4
necgroes aga ist Lthe2 14 la dhers or the1
Th'Iere wasR mnehcl fillbustering[ on thei
motion421, but n t last Ca:Iin, of Ch Iarlestoni.
g.ot 1the floor, andt taikinig his key note
fronm R~obeison 51, with imiuchi gesieinl
t101n, manl~y gimauces and ailI loud voice,
hanrnigned the naemblly for three-quo r.
ters of anl hour, Ilo wa'1s inlterre~lptedt by
apphmanIQ('i a:id Clies or a1pprovl, an'd1
crea21ted qulitei an excitemen~~ilt.
CoHn MKAxI, Von BI'rTrr an A1 Ni .
At. 11 metin g (if 11the 14 Lini alls I<'ar.
m.-'s1 Club,-nI.1- Herkime'r, Nowv York,
- ludge Owen .mndlo some remllarks Oil
feeding corn men1t0 to0 milChl cows, wh1ich
ar" r('portedl ns.follo~ws:
Hoe found ,no ground feed so good for
nmadte a nulmber of experimients inl feed.'
ing, 0nd i thIle best1 rests~ were( obtnined
by feedinug il. dry. In thIis sltato t he ani
m11a4 took it, slowly, miiteni111ng with
sal iv 1and1 toroulghlv masiitienIinlg' it.
lin feeding it. wet, he thouighit it passu-d
directlv to the third tOnh~, and ben~le
was'i1 no. properly nnimoilnted. Hie had(1
a large cow of 11he HoldErtness breedi,
npon which lie e'xperimuented to see howI
nmuch meali coldh be fed with1 prof~i., an id
fo~uind thaot feed'tinig two quar41tIs at aifed
and1( twice ni daly wasI all sho co11n1l hear,
Th'ii, in nddhlfiOn Lto hity, br'ought. down4)~
the milk ini largo quantluities. Jhv suhti
feed' this eow. yiokled (fortn pounds o)f
buitter par w'ek. Her highest protiuet
wais fort.y-one pounds of but ter in fifteen
dauyA, hesides thirty quats of nmilk wichl
w as mtvad out. for family use.' H~ (1di1
nlot regard turnipas of much- vahito for
milch cow* ;. ptbforre~d .poittoes,. as8 fa'
tlore valuable to feed,
* o 1ig 'c. P'Anfo . W~ Th~~
sided~eo i tihat'ity, whlero lio inte01d
'o r'sitn e practice of'hi pblssi
-thg'of la* 'A int phiies he radkod
pre-emingeit, Ro at the har will his posi
t'on bo nmliOni the furemnt .
[ lr-I Ite Xaitionatl n.Iyer
'The Stanton Afflair,
We collate fromt the ",tNar ami L:-rC, of
yesot'irday otle'o, ihe deCerilie ' f t lie
roe 'ssion "r the War I)epriAtinet to ion.1
Edwin M. 81tanton0. It avpp!ears tha! at )line
ii'clock yest erdy tuoriog he then Act ing
Secretuav of' War, I ieneri (Iati, c-un- Io
tle War Deirtmeint a al, n4 and, t fer
arranging seine papern, locky! f he door of*
he private itie o tihe Secretary t' War,
nn)d, taking tie key with himll, proe:mte~l tI
the leiafqinnrter! of ihe A'y, iie-u ly i)
itsie to the War Deprnntieiif. Auiit
halt- pis tenl o'clook, Ir. Eld win .\. Stan
ton appewared lat the War liartmnent, andu
proceed-4i edi imIIIt' ind i I lely t I t.[ otli u iti atily
Ocenpied by thke Seveltry of' War. 'ind'.
in lite door locked. lie, look in re:lt in tlae
Iiiaie-room11 , Where lie wIta 11e recil-nit of'
man11y wvarita congr-11alions froml 8enators4
And mneinborst 11 (te lluse 01 eprveeta
lives, who lIII Wiiibled appiarenftir 1)o neo
what wolill I lse plaee. Mir. t1111(on t ap
penred to be il nisindly title 8pirits mnd
conversel freviy with al atinul 1hi1.
Upion the arlrival1 of, Mr. 811anton1 tieneral
enta, the Acting ,\djtlani ienit'al o lien.
eval Iirt,:it Secretatry of1 Will op./ inklrim1,
hurinriel ovel to thi i) t f .lqaters of filie
Arny to finfornit (oieeril iant o lthe eat,
i1nid to obt inu li.h hey to fhe oeii . V's of
lice. lit .I *'ew ii.ii''s Ix i r nr,.tni 'phel
the key in thIo ilialhi of Asijiaiit t:ener.il
TOwns4enid, who, in a Sort Of " %resnl i mS"
style, deliverel it tip to Seeie;try :,n1
Am soon ns t he reinst at el ecret irry was
fitit iy ensnedii l in, his olies, tle it-iiljcil
mieliber of' Oe Tennless-ee dleag:ltion in
illh.i1res5 wiNlc(l ttpot hil IIi i loly to ire.
seiii their ogtill ulionm :i1.1 to' ak him
to iqe his iniienCe tI" cO5 ine ihe ipei''.
tietis of the Freedmoin's IHieau in the
St itii of' Tenne ,s' it l etmhy3 ifer ti le
1 .t It r Peblr-t'tIry nIext, at whil-h I iop, by
order of the lrcsident. it evaies li thoso
tanles M1r. Sltalo~n relie1l, 11h11 so long
aI he had iwelr, he iwoul n1 it to pro.
feet the weaklc 1111.1 woIIIbl d1 his b~es, It)
hav the refillest e:lrried otil. I I furlIt her
sttr'eti that it woiuld io it few dlays bptrefo
atters wortIl ciomlence to r1tn right in)
As (le Teniiie ee delegation were wiO h -
drawigitti', theywere iMet 13 tin srnal (Giiint
ill the hall. 1i16 exchigiing intrtio
with tillIi ln 1i ie'eral liuwarld, who was
Ps-e11eil, aint expressing sali'itiac'tioitl th (it
AOtioll of thate Sellato inl restoriig .\Mr. Stant -
loll, he wvlIked towardsq the 8eetar111y's
oIlice, ihen h il ntter uppared ait th ill) 'or
urnd. shook The G1enal warmnly by the had,
and both liassed in.
it is undeOstissool that GeInerni Grant and
.IMr. Sianton weire closetei to'el liNoi l -
dilay eveling, tiler. tilie pa sage of lie tSenaiitoe
)tring the iterview between (0-'rauil
Grtant atnd Mr. 13antton, (eniernil Dst tra 115
teired his desk to (eineral 'ilotre, W1o
hit ocenpjied it diirIng tie latte part of Mr.
S ii's Ioriler n-hini[listraioln of the lIe
po'tinient. a111( GeSoal Hiardie gavt. tip him
pai.otin to GIIeleral Shliriver.
At half past Iwo o'clock M1r. Stlanfon wx;
loed hil in lit private rooi wit overal
pert'So14, Whs9 IIIinmes wCeno not iaseriaied.
.I it few iniinle3i past. Ih lo' order
wais isonel ly Nlr Slantiln, infsorIming the
11m1ployvee ofihe 1)epnrt ment. 11hat hv (MAr,
t.) lil a;gnin taken in.smion of pt port
[ho of I he War Ollice. At foiur o'tlock Nir.
'itilit lef t ihe Wi' l)epalmenli it far hit
residence, giving, inl his usual Way. variol .
irders to the imlesiellger wi'o iave ti"411t1!y
ittended itponi hi iartlelar otlic.',o-roolos,
showing Ihierchy thait Ie hadistlietly 3ettled
lown for it ocliinued stay. i i i under
tool tintl Ir, Iation, during ite day,
ratnsnotod no oflicial business waitoev'er.,
Lxcept rlh Itw li. sailnry of $:I,o for the
li e i was oilt of' ofice.
The state mnet. wvhih we ink from Mhe
Iftertoolt lii lpers, of I lie cirinsanies of
he re-oepaiin foie Wanr )epirtmiciat
by ile depiwid eiref aiy, nstoiiished no
one more I halt Presilet. Johnson. wh o was
grently suirprised at th i isirender by (lon.
Urant or the truit reposeed in hii an s e ero
ttary or' W\*Ia ad interint. 'I'lio peoplo of the
Ihoai lry will iiiii1st1lesit lho lartleil at !Ile
anuniici.tion t intt NI i. Pfaniot hi as iti gilet.
Iy resumedtt'( porssteion~ai ('I lho Wari Dept-'tn
mecnt, andI will lee curIjeius to kniiiw hows it
was oflecteit. lin jsel iftinion of t he P'resi
ident, wsO are at lih orty to a te the following
tislditiontal ciiiieinsiancus, frsoii wichtl ouri
i'eniders wvill drawi beeir ownvi conichiisionst:
$Some limo ter', the appainit men'it iiof Gne
rrant au s 8ecrietary of' Wiar ei in/crien, Ite
had a contverlsation wIth lihle Prieisidenst. nponf
the subject of t~he pr'obatbillIy oif the refnsal
ot'the enato to recog'ilze alto sutspension
of Mrt. Stiaton, whbent Generl-l( Grnot. itt ate-I
tha liin stt e olit lhe migh, nat. ih to
identify himself with either patty in tho
controviiiersyt, but adldesd, In effect : "I islI
In ltat ovent eIther hatnd you myl roeligna.
uion ns Aol ing Scoretnrmy, sir lit a umanda..
iitH he isstased agalinst tme to surtt'ideroi ie
This conversatiflion waIs rentowed friomi tiiai
to t imt, aid, (on last istutrday, whlen Sonia
fo lotardis's reor~it fromn t ho Sonit o (Gom~
maittee aln NIiliitany Atffauirs in'favor of Slan
tn was uisder dissoinssion, Geonerual Girian
was. polnl'edly iaskedt by t ho Priesidenit if' lhe
hade chiangedl his mnithI in reference to t lie
cousre hie wotulid puronot if tlte Heinale shotuld
r'efuseo to mnaka Stantton's sauspen'siont finlt,
when hte reiteratsed iso promliiso pr'eviouusly
mastde, thnt. lie would oil her hand in Ihis t'e
isignaition as Soor'otary' of Wart adl anuter'on
early entoughi for lho Priesihent to apt'polnt.
hits soecestsor or' take any othier action Ihe
migh deem resitolt, or allow a mniadnda
to bto served upon him fot' lho eiirrendor of
thie otlice t addsing a promise to the P'rest
dent., t lint he shtould hoat- f'rm hhn on toe
Miontday pssedi without tepons
corimunlioanlion. On loniday eveing, af
ter' it was knownt thait Ilie $etnnlo had pass
el hloward'avoesolutions reofusling to rcog
nizo the suspension of Sltnton as Secrotary
of War, General Grnt wits present. at the
reocopt Idn at the IuxconttIvo Milaislon, whtel'
ho groeted thte President beul, montbined
nothiing of any chatngo In Ilhe .dlelormina
I in pr'eviously declaredl. rThe Pr'esideut
hteard nothhlug whatov'er from General (ii'hI
Liponttheuunjct unttil twelve o'olunk Tuoes
day, two hotnra after Mr. ~ knot hsad talsenl
posnoteition of the Wat-OfIlce, when the. foh.
IowIig comminnniationm was deliveted to huim
by infjor Comoo, one of(ota. ():ant'd
staff oflic'er: I
W Ii o'x, IrA. *AJanuar l 1 8
Iaf ||.-reteny At drew Joh.t r tesidena
the N)'dled Std esa.
Sa I have thS henor to ehtOlosa hele&
with copy of ofhlolal notIco ecogivedl .by tp4
last evening of the act ion of the Aenagto a~
lhe Iinitedl inies in the ones of the suspenm
Ision of ifon. TE NI. .tnntatn, flueretary of
War. Acuording to ilho provisuion of Rea
ton I wo ot' "An act regulating the tenuro
of ceItllin civil olives," lily fuIltilolns as
S1.reta try of' War ,'l interia ceasedI froni
tho imtiont. of tie recoint of the within no
I have the nor o h, very respectfully,
your obsellioua servall,
U. .9. IA NT,
I N l'x arrva: SasslON, .
a:3.r : aa rat a: U u : ST r ir :s,
January 13, 186,8.
1&oxle-rl. Thmt having considered the
evalenc, wind n-isous given by thle Presi..
'dnt ill his t'epat of Mhe j l Ia I.eenber,.
1, li' sa(ipot,4, no from the olico or
Seoreitary of Wnr ofriwnA.Matn
tie enate Ott ) no( ine t i n I st-ih Susllen.
-OHlN W. Fil\a1s1, S Pelry,
A. it'll.9 I N TIIr I:I I t Sa r ,
January 1-1, 18468.
A.tet : tI. K. 1):Nr, A. A. 0.
Soot after (h' delivery of thi commitui
c't ion Geteraal Uta eilled inl personl upon
tie President duraling I meetintg of tit
a'alinet, awl upon boing reiminded by toh
l'resilrt of his etr:med p'ri' omise, nial
cepe-inlly ofl Ih piIromlis, made0t onlyV on Slit.
urvdaty nolring last, taieral irianl adunitted
The rt'ni in lie presenen of memtbes ot'
I he :abine.
N ia: iI.-The m a 111 tf m danid,
et'br-a-i. matay of the well rend, have
nttrca heard of NaIolton 1 1., a tadl a roat
Win why I lie prt I ent Emperor ast imes Itha
I ile of Naimleon Il. is to I Itema at lterfeot
aen igaa'a. N:polonaa Frances .*osph Charles
I;t1:11:1art., or Napaoleon If., wats Elho sont of
Nap'uon i., t fruit of iarringo helwrtwr
I lt sove'eign aital Mralar Louisa of ALstria,
atd wa from his biath I tyled tlia Kcing of
I Zaome When his flather, tI e firtst Eapero',
Wa4 acompelledml t tahdiente in he year 1814,
tile King of Itlomo Went wiIh hiN m1othlaer to
Vienna, at was there educated by Iia
gntuIftath, the l.:mperor of Austria. Ilia
title waS that of tihe lilke of Relolhsladt,
a.U.1 he was aa I arefully intructed, epi'
taly "i the mila art. But lae a ppearn
to have inhelriled bit lillic of the abilaty of
his rather ; hi-4 constitutiat wats weak, antl
e'ly ymltms of Conaumptlion ntitol
him for Iho ihaoriotia dut ies of a military
career. On Napoleon's return from E-lba,
inl 16815, fat ai tmt'aii was adetli' t o reoatvo
(lae yotg )uke ito Pari, hut l'rutritleaI by
the Astirian autilhortie. Ili wias made a
liuatenant -coalone in 18:11, ami commfulalndtel
at halltaion of' laingnarinnai infantry in th'
garrison of ViCn na; hatil. is dnth1i; when hIe
was It. twenty-ono yearsi ()lal, Cut, hiln oil'
hf40o Ito had11 ronaed00 anit nge inl wlih ho
n.ight have displayeal aniy nhila ities lo pos,.
osed. Dvring hii lifel itma h asumed the
fitde of Napoloin I., Inasmtuch as the adi
renion of' hii fatlhr ia: h favor was nover
hai(ted by th allies, nor wasa it clnimiel
by t hie C nach government. lint in 182,
when th: I umpul otil Alf einii pire 1ayi J.'uh
Niaploleon trdl a( moana iimlo noussry, to
w:1s Con siderel Niapa'olon If , atni lie no0%y
E'iperor ook that of Napoleon 111. Thh
it er title, however, linving beani 'veogniz.
aDi ly the soveral governments or aiurope,
I lite recognit otn of' t hit fornier In itplied.,
PAON lzi ADvEnitIINl Iflouv.a.-o
who knows it lhe 110 N allk htig abou10, dit.
coiurses afer the followiing fashion. Iear
When we ee a business f'im giving pub.
licity to hi a artietar brnneh frado, we
argu that. auch a house istalitiv Ito re
tirement o time. it. inplieai not. only
keen sagacity, but likwon'n that ta or I.
berality whilt ".4 Sureo a) naitrmact. (the aten.
iont ol'hIle i tale. Italan establimnt'
iorego (la bentis of a Ivarlisinag fron a
spirit (of e jetatriausness. They ronilt
in this way: 'Sho l we-o incur an otlay of'
''60 or $100 or $i00. potsslbly wo naver got.
it, back ---tben it would be so nuch thrown
t waty." These tro tinid meln aiways, anda1
properly belog to it pnal generation. Tlt
truo ian (if businoss, appraointing to fair
alivninlgas of being rereted cl it nws.
pn~per' columats, looks iuon tad vert ising as
'brada ontul uapont thle wate rs"--ntid shaould
Iho ilatl no~ immeaar'liabe fartitsa of htis expeati..
Inrea', Ito roats at oaao, belig fully tisafied
Ithat. it "wlill ie rotrn afler mtaniy dlays.'"
T['ts t ha:Aaii.-litn lint Ier tpone Iin Rich
mtondi onallNoaaday atighat. lie was inltroduac.,
edi by Wardlwell, the par'ticultar r'etotpmentti
ralatin to ponpulari f'avor' laeitg (ool Icy
ironay, wasnt't. It !) thant Ito was te mfur'deir
of N lumifotrd, or a Waridwoll caaprcesed it,
Ithat. ''la alaroed inlliot the~ ponalt v of tioatht
upon htim who dlared pull down he 'ensIgn
of his coutrty'ts liberty," . Ilontt. .pp ke,
WYartd well similed, mtolb ttpplaudiled. Sutblian'ti
for'got. ther' atvoaition, nad heltloens and
paig o ('twov haonira slept in utndisaturbied~ te.
cnity, while. a ho petty pliers. of smaller
1tradtes viedl witth eacalh ot' in doing htomt
age o (0(Io miore suaccssful i'ascal, anda,
while tlhis slao shtow progressed, tho highI
cairaival of destrt'lioni wetL nobly on ist
Iley, diddle diddle, froini Negro's fiddle
' Tadl Sbtoens isi craiping not.une,
All Niggerdoma iughis to tsee tbe sport,
While Btutlera runis off withi the spoon.
Mueor~(maaNrio.-'IThe Yorb.,ino Engtirr
lasa beena lnfot'med Ihat a *riite tuan,' late.
ly belonging to t. e ith - Regm4t, ,. .Unttfl
Stat~es Infantyy, was r'egslarly matired in
Chtern, Io a negro if'oman;, oti 1t Stiaoday
eioninog. The marriage service' Iras per
forme~d by a negro preachaer. Og 4I viggeV
nod's your tameo,
Forney says rebiellion and reptiaIlao 'g
hantd ini hIti; and thte ailorahr .lomnoqtaey
atro as gaIlootuatlly commjtted to'thc' one ?fto
TheIin we of te -SoujI-a. oy u y pdtj
(liar New York, j'epntiylvatis, 1tao andi
Cailforiaa htaviar'Adly dehieiYiM #~p4ttto
inet, almo* any Moodd 0 Ite
WAS pot(Iiond(jbW .y arseninu pege
by, whjgh apeerrlItyg ge
A merica, of wianch 24004 IAt~
by sritet, 1286 itn ilstpiit4
conlat tne ed, leavi~noly; 6t4 11iII or
railwy to e aia