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- WAsnitroN, May 11.
HIousx --A joint resoltion of the Ohio
Legislature protesting against the recolt
tlruction [lets, and ilstruciiting tlie senators
-ind respr..:entatives in Congress, to volo
tInninst Siich baws, was referred to the ite
A resolhition iistriucting the Cominittee on
tle Treatineti ot' Uniion sol leis to :kl,4.
in? ubb into a propostion fromt Cont'edterates
for their reliet was tablod-73 to 41.
A resolution to adjourn fron lhe 1(th to
the 2->th instant was passed. [This ropeLs
is for lie Chicago Convent ion.)
A hill exleiung the chart(r of ti city
of Washington was p1e)i.
rV. Sevenls introdulced the foliowing
"Whereals lite people of NotI Carolina.
. ih C-arolina, Louisiana, Georgia, anltd
Alabama, hlve, in pur1'itslminue of ti provi
Sions of an act entitled iuant for the more
eilicient government of the reiel States,
passed March 2, 1867, and lite acts supple.
mentCairy thereto, framed conslitution s of
State government which are relubl ican in
'licir form, mad have adopted said constitu
'tions by large nijorities of the votes csst
'at the elections held for the ratification or
,A'eject ion ofl thle same : thereforo
"le it enacted, Thiit t lie States of North
'Carol ina, South Carolinfl, limisian a,u Geor
'gia, and Alaba shall be entitled to repro.
selitation inl Congress as S'iltes of the Utlion
)Then the Legislitures of' snid Sattes res pec
lively shall iave dily ratifiel fihe am end
mnont to the Constilution of the United
Siates proposed by the Thirty-ninth Con.
gres- aid known as Article 14, upon the
-following fundamental conditions:
'Thit tile constitutions of snitt Sates
'shall never he so amended or clinigeI us to
deprive any citizen or class of citizens of
the United States of the right to vote hio
are now entitled to vote by said constitu
tions respectively, except for 11011 Crimes as
are now felonies at common law, whereof
they shall have been duly convicted. And
no person shall Over he held to service or
lab r as a puinishment for orine in stid
States exeopt by public ollicers oharged
With te custody of contvicis by the lrws
?ISCcotd, That ifthe day tixed for the
mecting or the Legislatires of said States
-by lie Constitution tihereof shall have pass
ed before the passage of this oct, such Leg
islatures may be convened within thirty
days after the passago of this act. by the
President of the Cnavention which framed
the Constitution of such States.
"Third, That ie first session of this act
s9hall take effect. when Ihe Plresident oft le
United States shall oflicially proclaini the
due ratification by the Legislatures of sail
states respectively of rticle 14 of the
-atienldment to tihie Consitiu ion of tie Uni..
ted -tales proposed by the Thirtj-ninihii
This bill was Made the special order of
'ihe day for Wednesdaiy, and to be Coisider
-ed from day to day. until disposed of.
A bill, reported from the Iteconstruction
Committee, removing the disabilities from
*Soue two hundred citizens of North 'aio
linia, was passed--89 to 3, being over tle
-two-thirds required for s. ci legislation.
Mr. Stevens, with some (lisgust, in reply
to a reimarc of tlie speaiker that probably
they would be called to the bar oft lie Se
rate to-morrow, moved to adjourn till iqed
-iesday, but under lie remonstance of sotiie
,near him, Withdrew his motion, and tle
Mouse adjourned until to-morrow.
WAsnitNOTON, May 13.
Ilousn.-Mr. Schenck made a personal
-explanation, denying that the Wiys atnd
Means 'ommittee had eiployed secret de,
Tile Secretary of War and General Orinit
were called ott for till documents regarding
the southern elections.
The bill admitting Arkansas was then
Tle bill admitting the ''reconstrumted"
.sout.hern States being up, Mr. Stevens offer.
ed the following amtendment
I'Provided, That the provisoti of the sv
eteethI section of thle CjonsI tittin of' thle
State of d~loi'gia shatll not aipply to a idebti
due to any personi who, diiiuig thle late
rebellhon, was loyal to thie Untited States
*inid opplosed secessioti."
Mr. Stevens gave noti m that lie wotid
call tuhe preovious question, in order thaitt the
v'ote mnight be taken the first thing to tmor.
Mir. Beck argued in opposition to the bill,
.al made some sttrong poinits.
Mi'. Rtohinson .followed, and the Tiouso
'adjourned wit hoot seconding the prtevious
WVasuix5'-roS, May 13.
SasATm'.--A commutniceation front General
'r'ant, ooverinmg vohimioust infoirmatioii
'from the southbern States, was referried to
the Mlilitary Commit teo.
'Thle Chtair presented the Constitution of
South ,Carolina ;which was i'eferr'ed to thte
Comitiee on 'Teri'itori es.
The joint resoltut ion of the Ohio Legisla
tuie lookinig to the pr'eservat ion of life on
inland waters was ref'erred to the Commticeo
Mr. Shermnan presented the resolut ions of
the Ohio Legislatiure protesting iagaiinst the
reconstructioni acts and Instructing its sena.
tors atnd reqtuesting its representatives in
'Cotigress to vote for their repeal; also pro
test ing against the bill limiting the jturisdio.
(ion of the Supremie Coui't.
Mr'. Sherman said Ito regarded theose re..
solutions as extraordtinary, and at his in
-alanco they were tabled.
John WV. Forney's resignation of the
--sor'etaryalhip of the Soenate was laid oti the
table, againist Air. Cameron's motion that it
be accepted immiedlately.
Th'ie bill admitting Arkansas was, after
the failure of an effort to pass it at once,
referred to the Judiciary Conmmittee, with
inatructions to report on Siatuarday, so that
(lie Senate couild act on It on Monday.
Trho Senate theni adjourned until Satur
* u"' WASmaaroT, May 16.
llous.--Thie letter of the Missourl dlelo
gallon to Senator H~ender'eout was up as a
questIon of' privilege. Several Missoui
m'epresenlatives said the letter was written
aind the interview obtained at, the instance
CJonsidecral-l excitenient. ensued, but the
:.ilpoaker deciding that it was not a questin
-of pirivilego, andI soveral memibers objectitig
,to0 its pr'esent considerat ion, ihe hiouse pro
sceeded witht the regular order of business.
Mr. Wilson wats proceeding to exi lint a
private bill, when
*Mr. Woodward, of Peonnsylvanila, who was
-the~ atthor .of the resoln'tion censuring the
'Missouri deiegatllon for wrhuing ithelter to
'lienderson, said lie desired' ao know what
- he gentleman of Mitssouiri (Mi' P;ko), wiio
;was near him, meant by distortini hie face.
'flu was not inocustomed to being teed to
bhy grimaces andi ca' alistic signs.
.The 1Speaker .rapped (lie hiouse t o or ar
.en'h asked for wluit purpose the goeti
from Pennsylytda arose, Ir itewats a qutesi
ilon ' of ordent the .gentleman of MIskonri
toaoul~d,bo tigen off' the floor, .btjt not othier
Mr, V'o wardideaireA1 to know what the
-sign.ahd racil Qpntoitlops of the gentlemana
fi'ov' Maoutl (Mr. Pike) meant. -The
,aner in vrhich theyv svero ma-he was more
'The rpeaker reminded~ Mr. WYoodward.
tha the ta.uo* .~,1 -o~nrlr
Mr. Woodward, resquming, said the gentle
matin from Missouri had coime towards hit
niaking cabalistic signs of l tis stylo (p ut
ing his thumb Ii his noso nitid gyratling his
tigers), and he could not, understand that
Mr. Pike disclait aniy intention of in.
suiting the get le anil if.
Mr. Woolward sMd As Mhe gententul he
longed to the pirly t hat, claimied to psses
all the moraliy o' lthe country I cries ol
order to thle Repubiican siloj be waie i o
know what: file iins tincant.
Ai.\It-r. of' Pennslylvania,. wantee I.,
know i he remarks (it his coillvagiue wonhl
go into the Globe, uittered as they were, cit
of oirdt r.
Thu Speider said I lie gent lenia it had is,:n
I t o uetiont of or ier. and hli-, e-m aiks
Would ge in iia 61U//e.
Pr1Ivate1 hill" e io e n rommlllwi, lonel 11he
WAsttNoIrroN, May 11.
The President's friends seemed apprelien
live this morning, but were int better spirits
The brother-in.law of Senator Fo Nler, of
Tennessee, is reported to have eniol that
conviolion is certain.
Senator Wilson's wife is reported to have
expressed to ier gossips ler doubt aOti
conviction. OI'setting this. society-alk re
ports t lie Wife of Sent or Wale as hearin-r
herself haughtily in, vie-w of the certainly
of new honorsj it sktore for hei hi'usald.
Several newsl.,tper men of known con
viction proeliviies report convers:i lo;
point ing to an acqitil, bt I here are grave
Suspicion". of liese being the decoys for
hets, upOI which they tire to get a conitnis.
Tihe Senate went into e(xecutive sC'siito at
101 o'clock, after haviig, on tiotdin of Mr.
Shernan, made aratgetuets to prevent it
detnonttak rat ion to morrow when the result is
in tite I louse, tiho regular call for bills
and resolutions is progressing.
The Rleconstruction Cottititee has pre
pared an onitibus bill adittitking all the
States otn tlie basis of the Arkansas bill. It
is the intention to introduce it this after.
noon, and push it through at or.cc.
WASIntxrrrov, May 15.
The sick seIators are improving.
The inpeacimiet Managers do not con
temnplate presenting ainy flew articles.
There are ito new impeachmltent develop
ment s. The avowid acitita senat ors ex
press certainty of' the Preident's safety.
WAsniso-ro, NIny I5--Eveeng.
lIltimttie acquit tal setes concedeI 10 day.
Of7sett ing lie meetings and resoltiions
whici have been published, are very many
privat e disipMites t uncotini ed setit ors
frot Iome sonrees urging them t not
accordiig to thir consieces, and assur
ing them that te impeachient futroro is
In repl) ing to the Missouri delegation,
Setator Ilendersotn appears to have sai-l
ithat. conviction woubl have failed withouti
and could not have beetn seceuted with, his
vote. In Iis opinion, the second article
would have been defeated by two tind tlie
eleventI article by four votes.
The Impeacheinet. MIanagers appear to
have tbandonted yesterday's proje'ct, iata
ever that. may have been. Tlivy hail no
mcetitng to-day, and a vote to-morrow is
Seinatrs llowartl and Conkling are still
cotinued to I hIch beds. Senator Gritmes is
bet ler, and Senat or Mort on is on et street.
There was no session ofthle Senat~e to
The Star this afternoon says : "There is
a lull inl the impeachment excitement, part,
Iy front tkie impression that the question
will not be take I to mitrrow. Some of
lite Managers fasvor positponement, while
others, it is known, are itt favor of dispos
ing for once and for all of a% question that is
now only serving to% wealkei :tt 4 distract
the Rtepublican i nty. Some leading Ite
publicans believe that it. will Ie policy to
get wholly rid of Ile imieacmititent matter
as a featuic of tho coming Presilential
cantvaas, attd to tmove ott to 'fresh iel Is and
hleputblican standard, catn rally ont cotmmnon
The Oonnecticut Senatorship.
HtAtTron, CT., Many 15.
The llepuiblican caucus oft the Legisla ture
have ttniinatedt ltckinghamin for the Untited
Fight in Washingts.i
Wa~suttiioo, May 15.
from Ptennsylvania, and Governor A. Jl.
liatmilt on, of Te'xas, htad a rencotre to-dtty.
ilamtilton s tuck llantdall over the he ad
withl a stick, anid the pari'eis wero immnedi
ately separated. Fuir ther proceedings are
LoNmox, May 15.
Japan advices state that tho civil wari ix
Late Cretant advices slate thtat the 'iTurke
had been defeated in recent contflicts, atul
driven to thto sea.
W~isnINuoN, May Ill.-Elveninig.
The following is Ithe form of qutestion pro
posed by Judge Chase and adopted by kthe
Mr. Sentaor,--Ilow say you, is Ithe re
spondlent Andrew .Johtnson, President. of thie
United States, guilty of a htight ttisdemeanor
or crIme, as chtarges its this atrticle ?
Th'Ie sentator shall resptond only ''guilty
or "not. guiltly."
At 10) o'alock this morning the Senate
proceeded to consider the articles, each
senator hatving fifteeni minutes. It, will
conttintuo in session till a late hour to -night.
The following is gathered from several
sources, tand may be regarded as reliable:
Grimes and Feareenden, in their speechtes
against conviction. Trumbull aind hiender'
son were partly thrmughi, whlen Ithe expirta
tion of thte flfteent mtinutes st opped Item.
Theiy argued in favor of acquittal. Iiowc
andl Shermatt argtued for acquittal on 1th
first, butt. conviet ion otn the scond article.
The liadic-als ackntowledge thait the vote
on the result will be very cltose, but insid
dlefianitly (hiat, they have lthir'y-eight voles
Onily thte six mnrtionedl above of tiho foutr
teen doubtfutl senators have yet spoken.
TillIlDI DISPA TCli.
WAtstmksomo, May Il-P. M.
The speaking in the Senate so fat' hiat
beeni conftined t o sentat ors already comtmit tedl
Presidenttial circeles are very ottnident, bal
not hing tangible has tranispired sinice 8.
o'clock. The Slenate is still in session.
.Wasulso'roN; May 11-12 o'clock.
'Tho Senate has adjourned. Sentatoi
Noieau, Cotnnoss, and Jiarlant, spoke fot
conviction. The voto will be very close
witht the chances in favor of thie Presidenit
it, is reporttedl that, Senator Ihoward ha:
the brain fever.
WAa)IINOoN, May 13.
The feeling to-day among the Precsident',
friends ie tratiquil, In view at the certaint
of acqnltt ah.
Sentor hI~wari Is stil .e.. sick, Tte
is no probabiity of a vote on ijiceliolit
u tld af IIter. thIe ChIficago receSS.
Tle- New New '/'iw. of thiiis morning says.
"Impneloenthas fCriledl. The postponle.
mIIentI of the Vote until !-atulrdlay is :a confet
sion of Ithe fact;: arnd dieclaraIion on behalf
of the irscutiun that. it will not hp ikpen
Pven thet unl ss coiivietion hi eilatit, in.
di:rtes :It 'lie thiat the whole thilg IIIut
IV 1A-4-.;, 1 Al .i~ 3i 11 1 fliti'
1)911, pur it, i0~ v ili Iiit ii yaic
it i a e- t h-i m ei olu-tt oA l in r
M'''i by'- Wu h e~ou s Wh Abiwoi
aI tta M(vm ,t lD;
ga:; P i.ione:;.
T w o m e n , 1 n <4' ,li e a n d W a111 1 v.
were brou*git hiee t --lav in iros hv byh
mimnilry nut oriti les fromt Suitmitut rcoin;y.
They are ehaly 'lo wit lir engage-1 in
ipvnening ti n r r who wa
kiil ill \l'rreni.'o eomnty Fono wer kh . .,
The 11adie- beh.l it rueetinyi lire to-+Iy,
aind appoiii it in mmittee lo wait hn G'en.cI'
ral .Ale!-ht inl b ih-On of the i l 'o of I.
aw racently Sentelv by milit.oui comins
Sion ito fhe Dry Tortugai.
The Now Tax ill.
H!igh Te ry .ION- op m: I h
'aiew rvn h 'l nonean; lie change
inl the apploitulin'' power.
Thle Vowo in Georgia.
A rcV~Tra. G A., M1ay 1:1
I e oill rn of te r ii-t ornt v,, b
Ishew 17 #;.)! majoity f,4r. the Constitution .
8.%%- Ft iscis, May 11.
I e wheat erop if this Stail iv 2i(.n ,.
000 bushels t harley, 10,000,0011 bulshels,:
and uots 2.;')0(,000. A deficiency in tona e
for its export is appreendll oed.
i iioreign News.
box nox%, May j'".
The mail and (elegraphic n tsti prm.
i'0' an lmuu ally line cro s of witiL in the
Bilack Sea cnry
ViX:NXA MaY 1:.
The bill guaraneingr the right of trial byt
jiry hm ic npa i'sed thle ,owe r llo e g .
The Whis;key Ta:<.
WaN%* .Isu.A;ox. May 11.
The Ways awn led nto Coinuile will re.
port thie genl ieal hl t'o m rri w. 1 if tr
contains S2 (ax per gallon -tn whiskey.
A coirresptolent witing frota onts
ville, 1'exat . lo tlb New York Tm gives
ourthler particers o-fe thou' trage rebt
perpetrated 1n 1 Amlerican ciizens at ott ote
rey, a1 biie accoit or which was given by
telegaphi a few days o. It appears hat
six Atnerican merchants, while wa'kingu tie
streeth, were arrested wihout cause, :n
locked'il over Iigiht, aon i refising to per
form (liguting menial prison duties next
moni [, woere flogged into coml)ini, with
a cow hide. They were robbed of their
watches aml other valitables, and were sib
sequently utined by the Alcalde. Mr. U'lich,
our Consul, interfered1 in their behalf, butl
could get no sat isfaction from either Glover
nor Trevino or General 'iseobedo, both of
Whom were inl thle ity, ti i o ando ere cog
nlizanlt of whnit had tranlsired. In thle
sitret of th lie dity e crowd Shufled,
" eath to Ait-rica- ns."
The theory that Senators airo not to be
af'teed by Imblic opinion is ithe last refige
of' disloyal minds. Puiblic 0 I r liciln i c I)
cr in huantl ighwtsnaiu usW3 tw;i
aoy l ''grolorney, ''the Pilndr,' in ne of
hi' letteros ont thet i iiiiit li impa e t. case. It
tuirniy says wesetis, shte corben wsstdll
negligen ofern dt inauch as shla
laot causd atect abov namedrindtoivua li e
bsomed a''it'd.eprive dt his tehan
eye-halls a.forue ma cms Ua ieen
oieldo wih heain "hie gulty.t t'ti.
Ntr eno ~ay.- (lnteroe callinthimste
Pin Albertwras found dteadni at fe brine
froml (likvler gon(i Salturday lat,'li
ajdesotey havu (wo blaek preious t
brin siapl bkene itheyn wobbedfaicorn
cib ad lils het was maingis skway' ay wit
a batug fall of dint "tall ofie"e pesonlf
orty onounknown, siit him dicn. When
lodiwo wJteeks a'ofter, towcon wsesin
in Chicapossessi obAnl piesoluasihel
or the eas ore. Pinat onesa eody
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Nbt. o . laItest. tl Bigl e nm
u Tl T ilminings. Als > 1.4.re 1h suipp!v. IF
.\lill inery 0 )ods. of all de1.1s cr iptions, whlichl
will be soldI low. The Ladle,; are inlv*ited- to
cll Alil exa'iCe,
l'Eaii IT'S li LlEt.
Y V iaoe ofl nal $1i. i , cui lfw't met <
t ien l, i uillI!-r rI f h. ah t 'i-il
Co tv t lionsta oil ttu fiv .\Ia vl i 11 r u i he
thy following in ,June nexh within the
h-l nt e f e 10, Ithgfie highe hli r
for al' ti ihe l-das win : : a -al l'r1p-r. y
IlrC ihasr ti taiy I o r rtes T wlit- :
Ail lilst, 'icI ajii 81 inu' l of a' nuttl
1' e lix.. ame Col e.:9 . ... so
drix Va thea fluit'll o r e .\l. ' l ntaal.~oti'
4leloae of al; acre of wil in Fitt..
- ild itstit, a jo ningc Slan s fke -
J A80"Crobdcesd tN th sut ofeie .and~
lint n.1 sfav i rby a - . \ .I:
fes a mii~r..or..ofTm~ asR1 &rsy O.
JUST I ECEIVE'D
JOHN McINTYRE & 00.
\\!li h1'(. ust ' r e i t a r S upply of'
h'h i sold low
-h 1f v- I , N ) s,
b11 i re b l I !i (Cir-- ,:t I i--li \ Ii',. .1 N it
1. 2 :Au 3. Cd - lus i heek, '11periur,
\" 'I'. A: i; liS. C. i-ie k Ov -
1-14- 1 vty I
\ t e i Can . A ls !.: I0 an G n
a a h bnte oon et ue.)eply r
5,000 hel Itn,
1.lls "Ilpv i or 11:1 ,
\l for 6?'alk. l'w for the CA.\811
J'. 11.\ T T ilS, Jr,
B EST HIM0 COFF E E
Xj' tC- cb -C> (ZVC :j q3 , l~eg C,
Il' I.': 0 .\ I'll X' s anld IP 11 L. ',
Just Iteceive Iby
.lMlN MAeNTYIt; &7 CO
W. 1, N ELSON.
118. UACON, (Lib Sides
1000 l b1. IaCofl, (cleai of rib,)
Riio and .) ava Coffee,
13 manid extra C Sugar,
suigar. CuredC Iflaws.
A LOT 4' [ .\U' l (S CFE. ilIftATrI)
CORN AND RYE WiH ISK EY.
Itl 28 W. M. NgISON.
P8!I ii (of 11l!N oni consignnmetnI, par
I RIS w-iutn toibuy Corni will id i, t o
their ad'vataigeo nl aiil once nudt miako
tn gen'iic ls astmi I can aliT-r goodl indiuco
lalunta ni presttua, but1 foir (Casl ON LY.
"P IM IN. I'. 3A~l" I WS, .Jr.
Invite the Attentioni of tho
TO( T'IlI ,~ Alm I STOC~WI K OF.
wicha theay aio
Andi wi a icahiijiI~ c np ise nearly
Needeatl b~y I ho people in
Thir object is to doi xl rielly a
That~i will indluco all personis to
BUY FROM THEM.
J UST RE0EIVEL~e
1D. I. FLENNIKEN,
(Agt.. for Auibrey & Co., Ballimhoro.)
No. 1 Couniry Cured Hams
New York Goldon Syrup,
Pritne Leaf D)ard.
Equitable Life Insurance Co,
Insurno your life in the best, Company.
JNQ. P. MIA'1THEWS, Jr.
WINNSDIOItO, S. C.
j] A M8, Shoublers anI Sdes. Also, Fino
H. Flour ainl Cortn Meal, jist receivel by
KI 'CIN, ).IA8'itL; & IIIleE,
m iafty II cooi)N;&(!
J1H18GOS A ilS i 0 11l'ited us
1j lin,. Organdies, 'Swis, Cabricg, Ja.
cotwI, 11Oing Ilms, Callicoets, 11'164aild
Striped II ustan.spans.a" Long Clotha, Cotton
Yarn, table Liten, Cussimietre, Cottonades,
laulhr4 and Gentlemen's Shoes, Brogaps,
KEAICllN, MuMASTER & 11.10E.
I' NI' O '.1 GINtEl, tliline, Ex't.
l .emin, Nl-4. Wintlow's -oothaing Syr
up. Di)m wia ltemttedy, fiuslnid's iagriesia,
Sit 's Bitvers, Ctalisay$ Bilter", Soda,
ell Tar-t.r. (,orn Starch. Firina, Arrow
-! . Porous l'Itvrs', Queen's
Delighit. &e. .insti Itrcive-.
liHTCIlIN, leMTIt. & lIlIICE.
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THE OFFICIAL HISTORY OF
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those itiort lights attid shadows of A 1th
irent coflict onlv known to lthose high 411i.
'0rt Who wItchtetI he Itootltido of' evobi.
Iion ft omo its fou'ttntain sl"prings. and wljel1
wi st aSOeMessible to Mr. Stephens fromt hnis
hIigha posli itt as 'econd o1ieer of the cQn.
To a ibli ic that has been sttrteited wjthIt
Al-irnntly Mimitar lProdluctions, we promis9'
t change of fare. both agreteablo and salu.
nary, and ant itt ellectuil treat of' thle hi glpst
order. The Ai reat A merican War has at
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ItULE~ TO PLKiEJ.
State of South -Oarollna,
F'A I.11F IE L-JD D)18 T3l10'T.
,Jas. IC. Ilabb vsaJohn *Millhinghtam At.tak
f IIE(E ASthe PlaIntiff did on.(ho ela.
V V tooth~ aty of' Mlarch, d. D. 1888 ?!e
his udeolIpratlon rigain~st, the Doefrlant swho.
(as It Is said) is absent firom and 'witout,
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