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VOL. 11.] WINNSBORO, S. C., W1DNESAY MORNIN1
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THE TWO ARMIES.
As lIfe'sunending column pours,
Two marstal'd hosts are seen
Two armies on the trampled shares
That deati flows back between.
One marches to (te drum-beat roll,
The wide-moutlied clarion's bray,
And bears upon a crimson scroll,
"Our glory is to slay."
One moves in silence by tie stream,
With sad yet watchful eyes,
C.ahn as the patient planel's glean
'i hat walks [lie clouded skies.
Along its front no sAbre.q shine,
No blood-red pentions wave;
its banners bear lite single line,
"Our duty is to save."
For (hose. no death-bed's lingering shade
At lionor's trumpet, call,
With knitted brow and lifted blade
In glory's arims they fall.
For these no clashing falchions bright,
No st irring battle-cry ;
The bhlodloss stabber calls by night
Each answers, "ere am 11"
For Chose the sculptor's laureled b(st,
The builder's marble pil's,
The anthems pealing o'er their dust
Through long cathedral aisles.
For those the blossom-sprinkled turf,
That flood the lonely graves,
When Spring rolls in tie sea-green surf
in flowery-foaminig waves.
Two paths lead upward from below,
And angels wait above,
Who count, each burning life-drop's flow
Each faVing tear of love.
Though from lite hero's bleading breast
11er pulses Freedom drew,
Trhough the hite lilies in her crest,
Sprang from that scarlet dew,
\Vhile Valor's haughty champions wait
Till all their scarj are shown.
Love walks unchalFenged through (lie gate,
To sit beside (lie throne.
[Froms the Picayuine.]
DY PEAnL RIVERS.
A thought! a thouht ! for the rosy morn,
l'hat comes thro lite gates of (low!
ht I'll keep a kinder, happier thought
For twilight and for you.
A word! a word! for lie humming bird,
A-tilt on the Jessamine rew !
Will my lip let slip, but my heart will keep
Its softest words for you.
A song I a song! for the mocking bird,
In answer to his so true (
Buttyou know right wel' I will always keep
My sweetest songs for you.
A kiss! a kiss! for the sweet red rose,
And one for lite vio-let blue!
But standing here at. the garden gate
I'll keep back ore for you.
A sigh I a sigh I for mny pale white rose,
That. the chilling night wind slow !
But I answer you when the lilie say
I am sighing most for you I
BOUTH OAROLINA LEctISLATURE
110OUSE OV? REJRESETATIVMS,
The Committee on County Otfces
and Omers made a report on the reso'
l ution instructing themt to fix the saa
rios of County oflcers. 'rThe report,
which was conisidered imnmediately and
agreed to, recommended that the matter
be re-committed to a Joint Commfittee,
conlsiatinIg of Committees of Wanys anid
Mecans and County Omecs and Ofl
ipe nrdcdabt to declare
the first time, and ordered for consderad
tion to-morrow. Tihe bill declares all
offces, wvhethmer failled now by election or
appointmemt, he be vacated immmediate
ly upon its passage, except stuch as were
filled by the election whlich took place
en thme 1 4th, 15th and 10th days of
April, undei- the provisions of the new
Constitution, and aut.honizes the Gov
ornor to stmpply the vacancies by apd
pointment until elect ions can be hold
but the provisions of the bitt are not to
extend to the cses of pereone hxo!Ii.'g
' omlo as Mayor. or Aldermen, Itnten.
dant or War1en, of any moor porated
towns or cities wiro were elected under
the terms of their several1 charteru.
Tho Judiciary Committee . eported
back, with sun dry unim portanIt amend
ments, the bill to- organize Circuiit Courts
whIich was read a second time and pass
ed. Thme bill establislmes eigirt circuits,
'IThe one in which Jlichl'and County is
embraced, will hold its Court of dYom
1mon1 Ike.t on the first Monday In' Feb4
rnary, Ja91e and Octobeimr and the Courts
of General geesions on the first Wed
days after the first Mondays in thteso
months respe'zively-..dismction being
given the jndges \o postpone thme terms
of the former, if nC.asr... .wt .e b..
siness of the Courts of Sessions gliall
havo been finished. The equity busi
ness is all transferred to the Court of
Common Pleas. The rost of the bill
embraces mere matters of detail, such
as the transfer of the booksi records,
The unfinished business then camo up
for consideration. It was the bill to re
dueo the amount of the bonds of public
olicern, an1d the pending question was
on the adoption of an (Imendmaniit pro
posing to iicrease the bond of the Stale.
T1Lreasurer from $40.000, as contained in
the bill, to *90,000, the amount
always heretofore ioquired of that oli.
Whipper, (colored radical), said that
when he had concluded his speech on
this subject, on. Saturday last, lie thought
he had said all that, it was itcessary for
him to say, but., from events which had
subsequently taken place, he wias induc.,
ed to believe that it would be criminal
for him to be silet on this occasion.
IIe then opposed the reductiott of thu
bonds on four grounds. First, lie be
lieved that it would injure the credit
of tile State; second, because it was
going to be done i order to place a
man1 in position (Niles G. Parker) who
had attempted to give straw bonds, and
who, it was currently reported, had
promised to use the bills receivable of
the State in securing those who went
on his bonds; tiiri, because lie believed
that, undet any circumstances, it wotild
injure the credit of the State to put a
,man of doubtful capacity ahd honesty in
omien ; and, foirmlh, because le had in
derstood that undue influenco had been
resorted to, by attempting to impose otn
the cradulity of somo of the members,
for the purpose of serving a personal
Ransier and other colored radicals
also opposed the reduction on the first
ground expressed by Whipper, but dis
Claimed entertaining any doubts as to
arker's honesty, and, after considera
tAlo debate, the yeas and nays were call
ed otn the adoption of tho nmendment,
tnider the operation of the previous
q1uestion, and restlted-yeas, 20' ; nays,
67. So the amendment was lost.
Ransier then moved that the bill be
amended by Inserting $60,000, ilstead
of $40,000, but this was also lost. The
bill was then passed.
The House then adjourned.
The bill to establish the Citizens'
Saving Bank of South Carolina, was
takei up and, after some verbal
amendmenta, passed its second read
Wright introduced a bill to fix the
snlary of certain ofieers, Which was
read the first time and referred, It pro.
vides that the falary of Chief Justice
shall be $5,000, Associato Justice $,
500, and Circuit Judges $4,000 al
Randolph reported the bill to define
the jurisdiction and regulate the practice
of Piobate Courts, as engrossed, for a
The bill to authorize the Goverlyor
to negotiate a loan of $125,000, was
The Senate then adjourned.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
Tihe Judiciary Cemittee reported ot
the bill proposing to invalidate all sales
made during the wvar of property of mni
nors or of loyal persons, who were ab.
sent from tihe limits of the so-called
Confederate States. The Committee
recomlmend(ed that the bill be indefinite.
ly postponed, atnd the report was adopt.
ed, but subsequiently reconsidered atnd
laid on the tabl- , in order that the bill
might be taken up hereafter.
A bill to provide a Publio Admin is.
tra'tor was introduced, read the first
timer and ordered to be printed.
Chesniut offered a joinlt resolution to
provide for the appoinitment of a com-.
mittee to investigate and report upon
the fiacts connected with the disturbance
of Saturday night last, with autnority to
scud for persons and papers.
The1 considerationr of the unfinished
business, being the bill to organize the
Circuit Courrts, wvas resumed, and after
sundry urnimpiortant aimendmtents, thie
bill was ptasased to a third reading, and
bOfnt to the~ Senate,
Tihie Coamitteo on Agriculture, to
whom had been referred a bill for the
protection of sheep, hogs and beef cat
tle,'' reported anfavorablty t:hereon, on
account or its impracticability. Trhe
bih provided that wherever theilesh of
such animals was exhibited for sale,, the
horns, hides and ether parts of thaelr
badies whiwh were tisually marked,.
should be eXposed, and subjected 1,o lte
any person who viollated this provision.
The committee aairl t.hat ordinanices to
this effect were already in force in the
larger cities; but in the smaller towns
theru were no clerks to' enforce them;
anrd the matter was not of suIScient im-.
portance to justify theo epenae whIch
would be entairled by the appoint mento
of such offBcials. ETh~e rthereforer re
omme~nded .that Llre,bil0 Jonot pass.'
On motIon, the Agorft'd61, ilwr
hai on the Cable. ,Sl 1 ilwr
Neagle ofrerWd %e*h61i*l59 6 l goi; w
Cxommttee of Flve-tela'quir. ICo the'eendt.
tlon of the banlas of this state; giwing fuli
inforamtionse to' thistr condlt1ion, nd uk
suolr toenrmetndationw to' Isl zodp9 as
may be' deemEd pr6ger,.
T&3a resolutionv was motd
Ransler offered a resolution, linstuting
the Committeo on Military AffaIrs to in.
quire lnto the expediancy of ovaaniia a
battalion of Sate troops (o guard thi
Stato Penitentiary, and to be inder tihe con
trol of (le (lovernitniet, of th State.
Tle house then adjourned.
f'le}oitil. resolution front the Itouse, calf
itig upon 8. L. Leaphart, late C0om1ptr1oller
Uonera, for a report of' the operations o
his office, front October, 1867, to ,itly
1868, was read a first time and referred ti
the Finance Cominittee.
The Comniittee on I ticorporat ions made i
favorable report oat lte petition of' the edin
cational sotiety of Colmillpnll, praying I
charter, Ordered for consideration to-mttot
Randolph introdtuced a bill to ptunird
persons, who may attemtpt. to htohl offico bj
atitiority of the late Provisionatl Govern
ment., Which was road a first (time and imada
ia speolal ordet'. The bill subjects to fine 01
itnprison,nentall persons who, having been
removed or superceded by military at ihori
ty, shall afterwards attempt to exercise thlt
duties or draw tie pay or salary of tich
Tihe bill to fix the salaries and regulatc
tie pay of certain officors (Judges) in this
State, was read a second time and referreil
to time Comtittee on Finance.
Tie Sonato received from time House ',h<
joit resolution proposing to appoint a cont.
mittee to investigato tie dial turbance of Sat
urd ty night, and madd it a special order toi
HOUSE, 010 REPR11.SlNTATIV 10,S
A resolution, re(nesting tito Com.
mittee oan Education to report, on S(
much of tle message of ex-Provisiona
Governor Orr as relates to tho Asyluni
for the Deaf, Dumb and Blind, was pass
Also, a resolution expressing the
desire of tle House that the Comnt.
tees on the Penitentiary atd on tlt(
Lunatic Asylum, would report on 1ri
In the case of W. I. Clawsoni, o
Yorkville, the Committee reported thai
lhe had taken the test oath and must.
therefore, have had no political disabili
ties, or have committed perjury. They.
therefore, recommended Iint the peti
tion be not granted.
Tho Sonatle returned, with its concur
rence, the louse resolution providing
for the appointment of a Joint, Com.
mittee to inquire into and report upov
tile circumstances coniected with lt
disturbance 1f Saturday night last.
The bill to alter and amend -at Acl
entitled "A nt Act to aher and amend tih
charter of the city of Charlescon" wa(
then takon tip ntl passed, section b3
section, and ordered for a third reading.
The bill provides that ain election foi
Mayor and Aldermen of the city o1
Charleston shall be ordered by the Gov.
ernor within thirty days, tat which any
one, who is a qualified voter, under tin
Constitution, and has resided in the cit3
-for tihe ten days fnext, preceding tho elec
tion, shall be ent itled to vote. The offi
cers elected shall be inducted on th
Alonday succeeding their elect.ion, an<
shall hold their offices up to tio r'egulai
lime Rxed by the eharter for the electioz
of the same atrd for one full term there.
after, and utail heir successors are dttl
elected mid qualiied. The rest of tit
bill contains details of ato public intor,
The bil} to declare vacairt certain ofi
ces and for o)thier putposes, was talier
ken up, aread a second time and nassed
The bill read as filows '
Be it enactel by 'he Senate amld Hous
of Representtives of the State of Smt
CJarolina, now met astd sitting in Ge.ner
al Assembly, and by the authority of tha
same, That all State, Couant y and mu
nicip)al ofRees, whether filiedl by dlectior:
or appointmenrt, it'r this State, be, andc
t,te same are hereby, declared vaceant
from anad after theo passage of this haill,
except suach oflius as were tilled by thec
election of April 14, 1 & anad 1 6, andt
June 2 atnd 3. 18-68, hlcd ins paursuaneso
of Gutneral Orders omlanating from
Hleadquaarters Secoand M ilitary District,
or are r'eqauired itt thae Constattution to be
made by tihe Liegislttaauro.
Sgo. 2. It shtall be, and is htercby,
made thte dauty ol ',ho Governor, by and
witha the adlvice and consent of the Sen.
ate, to fill, by appoiaantenat, alt offices
not filled by tihe electaion aforesaid, or
whent the person elected cannot qaahfy,
gave bonads or for any roasont fail to en
ter oat the disciharge of the dauties of lais
ofhice within teal days aft(er dais bill be
comes a law ; and tihe porson so appoint,
ed shall continue int office umata filled by
eleetton ; and, mt case of political disa
bihlites, tuntil theo same are retmoved,
shtouad that be dlonte before tihe regair
electiona under the Consetitautions to I
sneci olliee ; prouldctly the Governmor sihall
have power to remove1 whtenever thte
puablic good, int his jandgment, reqaaiaes it.
but the provasionas of this Act shall nta
oxtentd to appotnttmeats from Mtayors
and Alderamens, and from Iamendanats and
Wardens of hicorptorated cities and
towns, wiht shall be fied as provided
for by theoir respectiva charters, ntat a
confhact with thae Constitution.
Sate. 3. That the e}ection of A pril 14
15 and 10, and of Juane 2 and 8-, 188,
hoeld In conformity withr the Acts of re
contruction, and all orders issued ins
pursuance thereof, be1 and are hareby,
declared valid, and all personas elected at
stielt eleOtiOn Areo declared to be entitled
to 'he Immediate possession of the ofl.
e-esto which they have beon elected;
upot their ..qualifying and giving~ tie
bonds required by law.
Si4. 4.Atid -be it furee erracte<(
.Th4h,tf person or persons holding any~
ofRio or omoes hereby declared vacanli
shall rffuse to suarren dor the samne to the
person or persnsn 1oloovA at th ka ati
aforesaid, or hereafter to l hehl, or ap.
pointed inl pursuance of the power here.
in conferred, Snech office. . 01ices, to.
gether with . all moley, books, records,
IPIrs and111 property of' ally kill'd ol
chtract!r whatever, pertiainhig thereto,
whelever Such persoii or persons so
eleuctud or appointed shall have qualified
anud givenl the hands rciired by law,
ouch peron or persons shial! bm deemed
gulty of a niisdenieanor, 11nd, Oil Convie
tion Iterof, shall be punishe'd 1) v fine
or im prisoinmlent, or both, in I he discre
tionl of te court ; stch fie 1o. to (!x
eed Onte thoussaid dollarr, nor be less
than one limidred dollars, and snch in
prisonment not toexceed ue year at.
haid labor in the peiitentiarv. A 11
Acts, or parts of Aets, incewsistert hero.
with, are hereby repeated.
Tlhte House their adjourned.
Nash gave notice of ahill1 "to define
Ihe law of con racts for hin.."
The bill to incorp0te th' -vication.
al society of Columbia, was read
second time and ordered to be engvtoss.
The bill nutlorizing the ( overnor to
m-gotin! .1 loanl of 44125,000, wVaISs
ed-yeas 16 ; nlays .5.
The joint resolhtion an i zil,ing an
appropration to he inade for rep iMrs to
the Goveliluar's Malnsibn, w:.z rcoinuit
ted, with instretions to t he coininite
to senld thw bill, so as to inpower tie
Governor to superintend the work, M
stead of a commtilittee.
The jolit, resoltiion from the I1onse,
prov'iding for the appointielit, of a Spe
cial C1om1mittee to ingmirio mn1to and re
port. liponi tho circumstances Connet'Ced
with the disturbance of Saturday night.,
was agreed to
A favorable report. from the Connit
tPe on Military A (airs, (ill a bill to es
tablish a State police, was read and or
dered for consideration to-iorrow.
H IOUSE 0l Ie, P RESION TVA.T'iV I'S.
'Phe Judicin-y ComimiLte made a fa
vorable repirt on tlie Siale bpill to or
gainize the Stpreme Court; which was
ordered for Colsidorationll 1 jo--orrow.
The Committee o lie nntit atie A sy.
1ina 1111de a report, on tho condition 'of
that. Imstitution. saying 11 t1i:1 it, was found
by tie conitteo to be eFACLect, 1run ;
that all tile patientiS were* we!l troated
and cared for, and that, its finai ci:il coil
dition was better than at anv previous
time since the close of the .war. The
Colnnitteo spoke in the highest terms o
praise of tbe Superintemnient., Dr. Par
ker, and recomenouded that the Govern
or be advised to retain his service:i.
W hipper gave nto: lce of a bill to re.
Ilate the admission of persons to tile
practice of law.
A resoltion was adopted, instructing
the Committee on Privileges and. Elec
trims to ingnirc and report, upon the ex
pediencv of redtcing the iumber of poll
ig preeimcts ill tho State aid to coller
with ,te elailrenl of tie several delo
gations as to the best method of doihi
O'Connell offered a resoltllon provid'ing
that the University of S4outh Carolina be
closed front Jaeuary 1, 1869, for ono year,
ivnld that the fhnd to be economized in this
Way,,ppropriated to the repairs of the
buildings. Laid on ilih iable.
T1he bill anthIorizinJ- the Go iverroto Lno-1
goliale a loan of' $12o,000, w'as passed! tiy a
voteo oft)91nyCeS to 8 1nnys. T1ir eliotoorauti
all voting nay.
Th'Ie bill to d'efmoe fhejulrisdlicioi and
regolate the pract ice of P'robate Courts, wa.s
read and referred to thle Judiciary Co'imiit.
The bill to determine dnd perpot nato ffie
hlomestadl wIas laken up, and pen.ling the0
dliscutssion of the first. section, it wats ans5
penided and nmado the special order for lo
Nothing imlportanit Was done) to-aniy, ez%
cept. thle passage of' the bill to establish tho
Stato Conslabulary force, ciad ntotico of' a
bill to repeat lte act creating thio Bureau of
TaS T%so-Ar.OOSA0U'i Auf cAss .-Thel
Mont.gomtery Mail publishes a long ac
count of thte disgraceful proceedings
at Tuscaloosa :"A n officer of t lIe
Unritod( States army writos a mIos't seiar
rilous article for a Radical paper,
eoreed in filthy itntendoos agaInst a
nttmbor of' the most resp)ectab)le ladies
of Tuscaloosat. The article was a 'vile
arid o.owardly nasault Up'on thlose ladles
for the friendship they had omhIblited!
towards Mir. Ryland Ratndolphi. Mr.,
Handolph tory properly slapped tile
jaws of tihe editor, and a relative of
one of tihe radies challenged the eow'
Iardly offieor, Instead of atcceptlig
thre challenger lie placed1 the
young ge'ntleman who~ bore the
challenge a son of General lRoddyr
in1 iIs guar'd-hiouse, anmd then paraded
thle streets with his irguad .of soldiers,
invadinlg private resid ences an d using
the most ineendiary language. All
this after the return' of theo State to
civil law. We are glad that the' oiti
dens of Tuscaloosa refrained from vio
Ieoice towards this follow, who dis.
graed his uniform. H[e and his insth.
gators, no dloubt, desired a pretecxt
upon ithich to raise' a glamov agaist
The Dayton Journal avows thlat no
s'ane men. e ver quiestioned Generail
Grant's wisdom. Cortainily not; 'ie'
knows as much as anyr man in Amneri
ca if ho could only tink ofit.
DJ. T. ewees, so-called, if Nor-ib
Carolina, is one of the "'carpet-baggr.
hatever his mint :ony imv be ~worh
11po0n other Inlatloers, it Ceertainy sho4ubm0
aIvail InI this. fle Clearly o!kL to
know his Own Istt fs 1(I is Ote of the
represetLativea il (ongres under the
IReconstruction Acts, and is a lit type of
ihe chareter of meni foisted uion tile
Souti, without tie consent. of its ae.-n( .
Iolmed voters, inder die aispices of tihe
Rtadical party. .
Ile describes hiisclf and his radical
colleagies 1ip,otn the floor of Congress as
"us carpet.-bagg-Iers.S" This fink an.
n1oluncemelnt,. was llade to tle evident
discomfittre of ihe Rladical party, anid to
I he itense :nulement. of ie Doeiiocrats
lion the floor. 'hle( iiiubicans were
plainly ill at vase witlh this as tihe irAt
fruits of I heir Reconlstruct ion A ets. Mr.
Dewees was like a hull ini a china shop.
Ite was trot content until Ie brought all
the crwkery downi.
The nam,tte it! as alIi.d tO tm-l
winturers who Iml izrepreseit the SIII I
will be reained for inv vears. -t i
ca1rplet-batlers" will pass i to a ho -
hol WVr(I. \W hys', even the Coloredi4
p o rlive fotundsi 01it. that they are m,L
to h tistd, ani lhit thY aire int
sivyers-out. of the lail, who hit.w io
Samh as mu nichp er, atlnd Lhe od
OrNid race as Lheir I proper seIvitors and
-The debate ii wo'lihi M.r. hvw vc;
maI:de 11bi-1:nmotineint-it, may noit ,rive
'le Bill had the mild1 naie of "a
Biill to redulce t-he mili6:1ary pencl!stb
lishiment. of t he Uniti Smaes." In it
was a cOmsu armiung what. wams called
the "loyal mili:ia of the Soulh."
The evident design of the Hlheal
parIy was to plac armsi der ie (on
trol of tihet l(dical G1overilors aind ear
pewt bapg of ih Smthiern Si atv, to
be us.d for the pirpose of intiiitialionl,
and to control the elvetion in the inl[.r
csts of thit pa.y. J\ was foriMy
saia : "Tei Vi.i! Cannot be kept SpredlI
Over thi. uinholy scheme. It has be
,orn aside, nil Ithe atutlit y an the
atrocity of III ojIi-"elct, stlai revenhi
to the ntiion. it, i' nothiug more ar
less than to dismribto the arm V he
United Stitles over the Iien Sol-vrei
St ateq, to placo them in the hands of
ngrnws and the adive"trert uh lend
the negroe!, and who will marshial hmt
un election day for Ithe purpo of keep.
ing away Democratic voters."
This Was tile StubjtL brought inler
discnsmion, who Mr. Diwees at.id0 his
Mr. Washbrine.. of tlintoi-, who has
taken especial charge of Own. Grant,
evidemlv had taken aWlrm at the rec nt
dcmonstrations at. the South. Ila f11t,
that the Repibhleai part ly were there
illy losing gromiid. Th'eir deceptiolis
haid been deteCd anild e.tpOsd. lie,
tnerelore, felt. rather lkewarto abonut
tho Bill. lI e was afra idl thn Rf-nmblicanI
party wou!d be !ioisted with their own1
Ie said: "The (ple.son iS, an1id it is
01 of tilt. greatesr, im1por.4arce everl
thrust upit ui, wheitlier that state of
things (referring to Demomcraite pema
cy,) is to be remedied by sending rirms
Into those t ate. Sir, I hliev t1t.t in
most of he Stat.es, iot ten davs after
tose armUs are senit there- to- lire no.
glues, thtey will be in t.he hands of theo
Ilere was5 ai ratik acknowiedgmrent of
one of lire leadersi of thic RepIiubbeiani
Part-y, of Ltwo iimpoi'taan. tcts. ~itrst..
That,rr tie very int en t.of thei meast,re was
thre armmitg of the negroost wit aI ie wI to t
Repulilieian sutccess, iand xecondu, of hiis
reahlzation thfat the negroes were beintg
fast. fred from thie deh ii.ions inito whieh
fthe R'adical:r hiavo heretofore dlud( d
M r.- Bor'derr,. of North Carroliina, die
irnorunced thIe whole mearsrtre na an ineci
I ation to civil war an itntsurrect in ini
tese. States. I [is remaikkr ate won.hv
of~ the consideration of the whole conn
t,ry. lie said :
r.Mr. Speaker, I am ab.rmeid at the
condit,ion of thecoirt.ry. ft is proposed]
tiow to.sentd arms to Nort'g Carolitna that
tho people m'iy use thtemn ag'a inst (etch
othetr. Grerat. God ! we cannott aff.,rtt
to fliht each othrcr, K.eep away yotir
irmis ;. do 'iothIintg to irrte ouzr people,
brut do everything itn. yonr powerJ to- as'
'We want nit?arrms.- I warn the Iliouse
that, if armis are sent here we will bue
rnmed. We cant,it livo thiere. 1f wo
neced arirythiung in rthe wharpe of artms, itn
God's name se.nd an ariy of theo tited
States tircee brrt do not artm neighbor
aigain.st neighbor. Tihiere never was8 a
more miischievons metasure thain tis
proposit iotn to arm one elarss of our peo
ple agains~t arnot.her."
It wias ini replyI to th'is spech tbat.
Mr . Dowyeit the great "caripet-bngger/'
airoso. We qutote frm the report:
Mr- Dewees addressed 'the H4ouse
a torlId b6 nid,for'he- new governmnit
of t.hw Sout,bern Sutto an'd for thew pros
tct.ioni of the loyal. people; ot,herwiso
tigprolhon ' worgid: bo1ro 'estalishd;t
: 'he lo.tt ol'Mr., Jlair wouih boenf
ritid out; f CcTgres adjonirn)l Io'IW
*btf'oroe ix inrh th'd f'st trAi' 'df ,3
ptublikaw gowvenrentes n h 'Goi
would harve cease<d to exrisfy and th'.%u
Klux,. the rebels, t.he Slauvoeodmg-Cop.
per.head-TDemocratic party woui be
ruling there as they ruled in 1865.
Mr. Brooks clapned bis hands ini a.
miration of the speech, vich Was Inch
ejoved on the Denocratic side of. tle
N Ir. Woodward enquired of Mr.
Dewees whether the recolstriuct'ed gov
ornIlmenllts III tite Sou1th1 could be mainl.
tained i any other way than by the
r. luewe '. can if . u will !1,e
'ras > Ly down Mei rd/c Is, [tri.
ilinplii t la ii ,lghtter on the .DeInocratic
Sidiv.] a?,1 by 21" of/ier acans.
Mr. Wood ward. Thne, us I und.r.
stand the It itleianl, tho governiiits'
wiiclh this Congrces has beenl at Sich
trt at p:nns to reconstlaet Canl only exist,
by the bayolet. *
Mir. Doweep. The Slpport given to
t his ilst io of adjourlnllment on the ide
of tite lloutse where I occupy a4 peat is
For the purpose of carrving olt the 3d of
iuly lettor suunping out tile loyiI State
overnimlenms, and d1is/1PTsmi1 us corPt1
hty/c)rs. [langhiter.] I "ay fo thwl
"Com1o oin. wl.UtLvr ~OyU fet'l disposed.
(11 )i. Stretch out, then01, vouri
triituroll" halndls to totich ..1ill on( fold
of the old lig, andI the repruscntative.s
of four nillious of men, who, tho'glh
black in skinj are whito and loyal in
curl, will trow thenislves as a bu.
W.1,rk ItweAeni Vol y u ld ltmse loval gov
'ntt wits, you YO Woill only hve inl sad
lInInlories of, bIn -I v nc Its8. Comno oil!
Conie on !'' [anrestained ln.ghter
an11101 I hw %iocrats.| yon wait to
en ini thioso goveriienults, yon have
to .i&Ive 1s soie assistance.
Mr. Rosa. 11 there niot some danlIger
of Ie lUepilblic:ams loinge the cvtion
derio m1less they get anns ?
Ir. I(.w,!Cs. T-ire certainly i, i f
you allow the l)emocrat. iy :'I'ov at
I he B' hai lint, ,a:l. C4)ngress
lmis ad illred umtil the Moi. Monday ill
eIIber. lut the <h-ba..k is in Arle
Li ve,' as ani acki >wledgmet by [tht Re.
"'itill aui ll ar1.v thaij notwilhistanlding
ilt.-r mn1tary 'soltitsm mid white dis
friehiei.n iti, tire inl danger of
losing tle c-lC'imn if the DIlocrats are
*hiw\1111-d anlyI ShoW at a1li. In the em.
ph1ia ic woods of MN r. Dewevs, reconist ie
1t:( calot ho miuiia-iied except by thw
i _oiet. \Vitouit tlt) bayoict tie
voiceo of I he sovereign p-oplo wIll "dis.
pevr.e 1wts carpet-Ihaggers.'' lighit dawns.
L AlG. All i.IVAI. AT Al. 0aK -TR
FAIl.ls AND n.ITS.
Tha steaier Minnliosoha, which arri
vel yesterday, brought one thousand
mnti one1 iuindred passenlgersff atiing
whoin were 0%re h1undred and thirty
one1 Mormns, The latter landed at.
h Aif'-past twelve o'clovk, ald piesent
od a very iimotley group of young and
and oldi miale tind female, They ii re
chiefly from the imantiacturiniig dis
tricts of' Engliid and Wales. One is
an Italian with a wife and eight chil.
mr, six of wloml are feluales, and the
oldest is not sixteii years of ag6. It
would scarcely I)o fair to criticiso the
appearance of (h0 mCII, after coinuing
from onl board a steaitnr, but as a
general thing they did not look is if
they would add lluch bone anld hinew
to the faithful in Utah. A great many
wore very old men and women, but
quito a number- of protty girls-sev;
eval of wVhomn had no maulo protetors
-wore among them,
Our reporter got. into cohversation
with a v'ery intelligenit man from
NaI nchiestor who hadl only is wif'e andI
one dau tghter with him'li. I Io stated
titat aniothier dautghitor hand been mnr)1
iode s4omei time aigo ini nigland, but ais
work began to get slack it was
agreed between her husb)and and heor
self' that onto of them should go to
Ujtah. Tfha husband was uniwillings
to go first, because lie was afraid te
leave hiistwifo unprovided for behind
im.n She ftccordiingly caine ont hero,
and went to work in d iffereiit fatmilies.
so that she saved qiito a stuin of mon01
cy nod sent it hiome, theo husband add
oil hiis savings and followed, and in
loss than two( yearst' iad so w'ell sue
Vccedted as to have p)urchlased a honso
wor th ?70 ($320 itn gold)- and -10
acres of handr and1( is now inI a condi
tion to cave for' the roimainder of' thex
fa iiily until they procure work, which
wi-Il not be long.
Our reterOl remoarf<ed thaiit protma
bly ie would have a second wife be
fore Ahlo? got.thecre.. "I bi4yo no faar
of' that' ra pie~d the Manlchlester .man
"TPruo, we bli ove a plulitiyof wives
to beolholfi and usoful; bnt I'have twvo
4dughers thecre, anid belIeve- tiheir
husbandu-do not e'aro to add. to thie
fami-ly in that, way. Mon who aro. ,in
the worhi, wbo are~ wfthout the spirit
of God, look utponi polygamy withiri
kind of l1orror ; but theo ti no ChriAtitu'
I-which I gontond thie Mormon~ is
1q0ks tupon it1 not only as trite religon,
but as a protection to (ho . weak seX,
which they st.ndI in need of, as t,boy are
certainly 'tho'. more ipWnerous, hUt I
say thad skotld iTot feel u6iersy in tho
slightest'degroe if.: tii girl (his daugh'
te.r) WOrat,o rMgrry'he0r Sistezi's hustband,
or,pig 90\..or nn ki~o-hnrs a, wifei when
Wtar:nine httndred millions cof dollars.e
'At ,#is.rpg, jf-tIint .party is continued
in -power, how long will It~ take the na
tion to get out of debt, and relicye the
peoni frmm taxation ?
Correspontoace of the Oliml)ston Morou
Slowly and gradI Lly the sCales aro
falling from tho eyes,, Of ourcor.
ed "follow citizens.'' I lury Ward
Beecher, or Hlorace t recy, I forgot
which, some tiic 1last, year, inl an
a for uni ivcrsal suifra re
marked that the ballot ist 'good
scl6olimaster. In somne respects, this
is true. ThlIe carpet-baggcrs are 1it
ilg it so to their sorrow. A few
months ago, the whole land was theirs,
and all thalt. inl it is. There has beil
a very Ilercol e ide Uh"114 sinicO. Ill a
Coniventionl witl Solle of the proili
neuit colored legislators, this question
came up incidentally, anl,d they ro.
marked that the term of the present
:nembers of Cvngrvs., IoWen,
Whititenoro anld Corley, would ex
pire Oil tle -Ith of Marelh next -t hat
there would Soonl be a nomination for
m11em1bers ol the -list Congress, and
that Iost probably not 0 one of the
present incuimbents would be asked to
reilui to WAshiigton. I could not
learn who their utecessors would pifo.
b,ably be. S. Odell Duncan, of Now
berry, who was a Ilkomber of' the R.
8. auid S. Couvontion, is not, in thd
Liegislature, and the reason, it was
suggested, is, that lie aspirod to a,
Tom Robertson, the illustrious gll.;
tjcnli who was reCeently oloted to
I U'alked Sta tes Kmntrl (short tefmil),
arrived here yesterday from \Vashing
toi. ingular to say, thoro wis 11
excitement il town, nor did I obsorva
anything elso utiusual, unless it was
the extraordinary fall ofrain, but
whetherl or iot this threw a damper on
the entiusiastio reception (that was to
be) otf tle retturned Senator, 1 have
not been able t-o learn. The lion.
Thomas bears Iis honori moekly. 14'
Is not proiud.-still speaks to his forll
er frieids. Jlo was at Nickerson's
last iight, and entertained us with his
eipe'riellev a a S oitor. He said
(hat, when lie got there and his nane
was up for adiission, lie felt very,
nervous anid "conlfuised-like,adl
hiardly kioaw. liat was going on. Dm
im the debate about 'Mr. SavvCer:
adinissionl, two of the cnators ca
up to hiim and told him (lRobertsoitN
111,00k here, you indsay .omething.
Mr. R.- pleaded nervouners mld ina
bility to comply. "You mIlust." . I
got ip thei ind tim1id soiauiig, but .1
dleelaro I don't knowi what." Oin an
othor point, however, Mr. I's. recol
leCtOon is quite clear, and that is in
the mittter of pay.. Il' teceived
,4197 50, not so bad, Considering the
amount of servico rendered
Mr. Sawyer, I learn is to be boroon
Thursday. Congress concluded to
take a recess.
Dr. Mackey, I am told, is in WA.h.
ington, and (wiLt his usia mnag%n1I
mit y), expressed great regret, that an v
(if his f:iids should have done um
thing C.o oppose 11r. Sawyer'si admi.
sionl to hfisscat inl thle Selatte. Inl tii
coniecti,ol I miay alio tell you that !
heard tO-daly from wfitt seems a respon
Sible source, that your Collector ot
Cttoms is to ho relieved shortly, for1
what onuso I know not, and tht . bb
successor is already dutormined upoe
i.NJsAiAt. 'ITA NcCei.-A letter from
Newor, . I., (July 18,) to tlio C..
"GoU ner'al IIlanook hams been Ihere
several danys at a friend's residence,
anid fias received naarked aittnon i.
Crowds of v'isitors are in' a constanit
attendance, and his handsomeo anid
manly appoarainco and' the patenht,
superiority of initeliuot causes nm,ro
than one to regrot that lie is not t he
standarllld-boarer of Democracy. .lfe
yields a steady support to tho nlomi
noe's, and wffl soon J)nblisfr a lottev 0n
th ubot It has beon deem~ed more
priudent. to wait for thie adjourinment,
of Congress, as5 wlrat he says mlight be
used( asr an addi'tionalt argument in
behalf of the present eff'ort to remQve
him from tho army. If stormy daS's
are ahead General HIancock will miake
his muark in behalf of tho Conservative
T[hie Catskill )'icotr<ler gets off" tid
following : "ood news for bald.
headed people.- Th'e sun is satid to
havo b>rotighit out, tho hair on the scalp
of a Montana mtn'v, WIro. for several
m~oniths orposed it to the rays of the
orb of day. Now ha a good time to
try It on, this. sunny weoathor-tak o
you?r seat owt in a corn field, an,d i f
tho riair don'Vt grow you haave the sat
isfacetion of scaring the crows aw'ay
from your sprouting maJze.
qs T sa WVA'atERiuEf.oNs Wfmf6(fv
SEED.--The following plati- l'as been
successfully~ adopted by a planter in
Caddoe Parishb,, La.- After the Vi;no i2:
about two& feet long1 cover tihe fluo at,
a pioint Intermediate bottoon the
root. After it lias taken root where
it isl covered, dif doth6 vine betwoon
te.old and nrew roots and the result
will, be that tke' inellonts will be seed
los without imnpairing thoit quality.
N'NlrAMpsmiRE-A ~OU toepi
ed1 fronts ex-P'resident PIdrod by px
Marshal IIoover,-fWahingt6n, ys
Seynwur is'porfootly. -etsf torydo~
t be Now itamipsh ire Y)omooeats, and
wfll carry the State beyond a doubt