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VOL. 11.] WINNSBORO, S. ., WEDNESIDAY IMORNING, AUGUST 19, l868-.N).9
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THE PRINTER'S DOOM.
nY TiHO.MAS MACIAL%it.
A printer, weary and wan,
Ifis fitce il Il o tally pale,
As ie wearily pludied his homeward way,
Before tIhe breaking of enrly day,
Broke out ir bitter wail.
Ilis voice was husky aInd low
As though his lungs were gone:
And he cotighed and gasped, and coughed
And he pressed his hilittd on his heart In
While t hus his plaint ran on
'A world of toil is this!
It iat h no joys for ie :
'Tis Labor by Iay. ail labor by night;
Iy the liglht of (tie suni, and by candle
"Some men have a (Iny of rest,
Bitt Sabbath for mle is not:
-1t is toil all the week, and toil on that day
''That 0od has given to rest and pray
Lo ! this is I te priater's lot
"When I was a boy, lie said,
il1 poltyed ott I tie hills ni' green:
I swain i the stream-1 taed in the brnok
Uufettered onl Nature's *cene.
"For twenty sad years or more,
ly lifo has worn away
li murky rooms of poisonots air,
When I've yearned for h sight of the vialleys
Ant. (Ito light of op6i -lay.
'Ai intinocent pris6ner doomed,
ily heart is Ieavy W1ililk:
Oh, why shouild a titn uitainted by guilt.,
WhIo ie blood of'a real tire Itever iati spilt,
1e lienW, like a feloi, for sin ?"
The printer then coughed and sighed
The stars were growing dim,
Ail ie mmuwinim glanceid at tihe morning sky
And be inly thought it were good to die,
And death i would be rest, to him.
lis hiart, was tired of beting,
lie praywl to the Lord above
To pity a man whose heart lad been riven
By toil, for other inen's interest. given-_
And wept for His mercy and love.
lie bied to him humbla iome
1[is iifat awoke to cry,
'"Oh, father I Olt, mother! I'm hunmgry for
And I tie printer bowed wit It an aching head(,
On his laryTh lIp to die.
Ot ye ! who inive never known
The richnvess that's in a crust.
When nothing is founid ott thlie desolate shelf,
And the sufferer's pocket is empty et pelf
Receive toy story ont trust.
Say not. in your careless score,
What boots (tte tale toyouI
The %hymer who traces tieso roughly writ
IIath known of Wehl sufferers in other day
And the maii of his rhyme is true.
Remember fhis holy truth
The man wi) aloft bath stood
When a lta'rt.-broken brother for sccor did
And lie strelhcd not a finger to bless and to
Ts verily guilty of blo6d!
Speooh of Judge Thurm~an.
We can forni anuidea of the impover.
ishied condition of the. Southerni States
iromn the fact that the.County of Hamil
ton, Ohio, pesY more taxes t'han eight of
the Southern States. .W3yat a picture
this makes of the impoverished condition
of these oppressed States. 'Give us the
Union again, the union of hearts. be
tween the pcoplo and treasury again.
(A pplausc.) Say to the' men of the
eouth you fought for what you thought
was right, and ivhen conquered submit
ted like men, only asking. to be treated
as -honorable men, Henceforth you
shall have protection. Say that to the
Southern people, ahd they will have
the heart to go to work, andl that land
w'l on bloseom as~ the. rose, (Ap.
. 4 Y)It ib inot six months since the
cry of confisesation was heard in the
halls of Congress, uttered by that most
hersistent persecutur of better people-,
Thaddeus Stevens. (Lound applause.)
!i eppeal to you, farmers of West Virgilt.
.ia, with what heart could you cultivate
your lauds if you expected the tiext
Ciongree to take themn and give theni to
It is mly-slumhn belieI~ if *hen the Con
federato arieus surrendered, we had
treated theln~ with magnanimity, as brave
men should always treat t# vanquished
foe, samying: "We fought this battle to
mainihi th'e iegrity of thle Union a d
the Coins,.itutioh, and 'hoW thatyou have
laid down>your rms,' And aciknowledged
the dause to.be lost, we bary~ th'e hitith:
et forever"~.we-bhoivo all would -hoW
htave.been harmon7 an'd good feeflnk;
withothe intogl~t of a sligle Staf#
being impaired, he . Southerh Stated
would have lbeengetidr tb l}eat thi'
foilof'th6 pursuits of' hpac'.' Had "we
acted thus, to-day *W6dld 'vci been
more firmly uritbd than when.the' wp
began, t sayP thig after biattir e feip'gn.
The wvarhad th6 effeo! 'of 3ed'vfcing
both seo4ons di certain things they did
not know before: Sonic in tho sio,th
thought that the people of the North
would not ight. This tnis.takce was cur
rected. The people of th!e North, sile
of then, thought tile Southern people
impracticable, and could not carry out.
extensive pins of opera t0ion in a pro
tracted war, and with all their bitistee,
perhaps, would not fight so reailiv'. -
Thia ilheion was also dissipated by ~ the
war. (Applause.) The war convinced
those who held stich opinions of their
mistake, i4 tuide botIh sections respect
each other.. At least such were tle
feelings of tile soldiers on both sides,
and the people, as a general thing, felt
the 'salio way, until those Radical poli.
ticians set themselves to work to pro
Vert the soills of thle people-untfil they
commenced their series of oppressive
mnasures, i'trecn1g the fourteenth
amendment., Which they kiew no Sout h.
ern man, with a spark of ibnor or self
respect, could for a lloleit conisent to
vote for. Men could not, he expected to
write their dishonor in the constitution
of their country. Thoso Radicals knew
it could never be allopted. They pro..
posed it that it might be rejected, so
that they might have a pretence to koep
the States out of the Union and out of
the enjoymetit of,their lights. 'It, erv.
ed its ptrpose. It was got up and used
for the purpose of putting the heel of
the newgro on tile neck of the white man.
They abolished slavery that they miiglt
imls6tite a poltical siavery more abso.
lute--that* they m'rght control the negro
vote to carry out the,r own party plir.
poses. Thev would not allow the ie
gro to vote if they thought he would
vote with the Soith. They did not ex.
tetd that privilege with the tiulerstand
ing that the negroes were to vote ic.
cording to their own insttictsor interests,
bit as lov;il leagues, ormanW"ed and
1kept.tap by carpet bag adventOrers.
It was actuated by no love for the 'tie.
The speaker did not believe the Radi
cal policy could continue. These men
were the worst enemies of the negroes in
extending to theim t.le elective frInchise.
It was natural. Tho whit lace never
yet met an obstacle it did not over;ot't.
(A pplautse.) It was impossible to be
lieve the white race could submit to
have itself ritleti by a people tile most
de6raled on emrth. (Cries of 'Never!')
These States were 'now ruled by negroes
and a class of len who cotld not get
any kind of oflice in the North. Sup.
jaose the weople of Ohio should import a
lot of negroes. andJ whit,e people from
that State and turn some Bureau men
out of oflices ; suppose we shold come
dowin here mider die auspices of the
KIt KiX, and depose the oflicers of
West Virgin:a, don't you think these
men vonhl find that somebody else's ox
wa-,s gored (Tiaughter and applause )
it that. is juist, the way th'e people are
treat.ed down South. All history proves
that people coulid not be governe,d this
way ; lingland tried it; they had I ried
to ile Ireland by earpeC-baggers as wo
are trying to rule the Souili ; and to-day
the cry of Fenihn, which Pat raised on
AmerIaan soil, made the English throne
tremble. (Cheers.) History furnished
us inumerable examples of the kind.
Permalei control codd only be gained
by the "golden rule." "But," says a
pious gentleman, "why should we not
treat the negro as an equal; is lie not a
man and brother ? is he not of one blood,
our fellow-citizen ?" Anti vet, this man
hleld his nose as he passed by th6 r.egro.
(Lauighter.) IHas he not a soul ? swav
a'nother, wvho prove thlat, lIe hats no so~ul
by trying to. cheat the negro the first
opportunlity lie has.
Judge Thheman. thoughit it wvAs in
poor tast,e to talk of injustice to the nAo.
gro in not allowing him to vote, when
our intelligent atnd cultivated wives and
daghtes were niot allowed this privi
lege. Whby should we ple'ce the negro
above our wives, daughters and moth
ers? There was not a recorded instance.
in history of a civilized negro govern
ment. The race was as old as our owvn.!
They had etnjoyedi the ainthre advantages
yet they had never organuised and
maintained a civilized government.
There had never been an attempt to per.
potuate a government of mixed races
which did not signally fail. Look at
Hlayti. 'When they became independ
ent, dissensions a't o6uo began to rpring
ifp betw~een the maulattoos and blackar
This resulted tn a neparation. The
blacks being in the majority, drove the
mulattoes to one end of the island, and
they have ever since remained thus
separated. These jledjble had tried byj
tui'ns bvei-f kind of Governent-re.
pulblican, iliital'y and deO potio'-nahd
they were alterr.ately under the' donitol
of contending genera~la, who tied with
each other aus to how many negroes they
could mutually kill. This race did not
have in them the elements of civilhzation
or the ability t.o maintain civihized gov.
ornment, ei ther by th,m selves or iied
witi the wihite rado.
s eristor Timurman closed Withi ati ek;
hortatfon L,o the people to work ror the
trur 1 ofthe emo'ofady ii the coming
"SueKr"Uinjo e black)
had nd to stisy a appsttelrre-.
The ordd loig out was done~ by a
gallant ox-Fd deral oflloriropietor
of the luncth otise.
Prentice says the Southern negroes
ought to be prosperous, as they are
takig stook largely..
SOUTH CAROLINA LEGISLATURE
11OUSE OF I itE S1NTATIVES..
Im med iat ely a fter the reain lg of the
jpurnal, Or.'JF. N. Neagif., Compt oil..:
Goneral veet, rose to a 0W4 jion of nrivi
lege0, an14d sent t uto the Clerk's d-sk the
following paper, with the re<Ilest, that it
"Whereas certain aflidavits have ap
iared in the Chailpon A7o-v, emanat
Ing from a certain 'Kock 1ill Conserva
tive Clhb,' making the infamous at.
tempt to fix upon mile ani infamous crime;
theefore I request tho appointment of
five membors o' this Hiouse as a commit
tee, with instructions to examine the
evidence I propose to produce, and ro.
port to this House as to tihe correctness
of said atidavits-" .
He stated that these .afidavits ivere
made by persons who would be midnight
assassinls, but who, failing to sacrifice
his life, were now attempting to destroy
his politici reputation by infamously
In accordance with lis r dqest ihe
House ordered the appointient of the
com mit tlee.
D)eLtrge of'red a joint. resolution,
that a1 Joi it Committee be appoint.ed
from the 1loti., and Senate to invest.i
gate iad report itpon the feasibility of
reducing ie 'expeises of the printiir1 of'
this Getieral Asseibly ; but sinbsel;ient.
lV imodified it so as to refer tl( Imatter
to the Printilig Commil Itos o1,f 1th1 two
Houses acting conjoiitly, in whiich shape
it was passed.
, presetting it, Derarge said, that
he desired tW impress upon the meinbers
the necessity of imlakiimfr this illvest iga.
tion. As chairinai of the Conmittee
of Ways and Means, lie had some fitme
ago introdhuced a bill to iimake appropria.
tWous. and in it had provided foi tie ex.
pennes of 1.he0 GenieraiI) Ashseibly, inllnid.
ing vhLat was the spiti.osed woild he a
eullicient ailotint. t6m.y fr the prinitilug
but had since discovered that at t.he Late
t.he cost for this featurt, was acCIIIIIeiin;t
ing, thait alilit would not b)e enngh.
le had found that the printer hadr a
large qnantity of' pawrs in his hands
Ie knew not from whence comiiig, or
by what, au1hiority. fo' the printing of
which there was no more necessitv than
fiY a ladder to the moon. A iofgst
otlicr things, lie found that lie was pre.
pared .o print ia full a numbler of extra
copies of the message of lat e provisional
Ge-rno Orr, in!hmlinirr aill t Ie dettils
6f the trial of Maj. L(lop SiporiiteildfIlt
of tit Peititentiaryv, the pirticulars of
which were ofno more use to t.he mem
bors than was tile price of land in Aus
tralia, andI tle re-production would cost
between $200 and $300. lie had also
leairhed, on 'good authority, that the
Legislature was payi ng as mich for
blank as printed pages. 'Tiese things
he desired remedied, ind the ekpenso of
the printing brought within tle menns
Of the General Assemblv.
Bosenan, the chairmipi 6f the Print
ing Comiittee, 0aid, inl this connection.
that ie was utterly ignorant of the cost
at which the work was being done1, or
t,he ter'ms of the contract, mnasmutch as
tho pr'm'tii~g had been awarded itt a joint
resolution eimat.intg from the Senta,e,
atnd which had never beeni referred.to his
commnittee ; nor hiad* the matt.er ever
been br'ought orniilly to his attention
as chairman of the committee, or to that
of the cotiithtee, in 'a', t,ho commit
t.ee itself had been, anld still wvas ti per
fect nionetitty to all practical purposes.
A resolution Wvas adopted, instructing
the Commuiitee of Ways and Micans to
relpart Mvlethier or not theo Comnptrolier'
Genieral shall instruct Sheriffs to contin-~
no tho salo an'] puirchaso of lanids sold for
Laxes by order of Gen. Canby.
McIntyre offered a resoluti'on, provid
ing thant-mi view of t,he arduous ditties
imposed upon the Speaker, lie should b)0
allowed ioa extrA, compensation cf $4
per diem, to comnien6'o f'rom the first day
of the session, After a deadi tory debate
it was laid utpon the table, with the un-i
dorstandiung that it, would be called up
A resolution was adopteod to go into
joint ballot on) Thur'sday, at. 1 o'clock,
with the Senate, for' 'eight~ Oircuit
-udOes monof P'arris; who prefaced it
With tho remark thmat tho.finding of the
Orotuer's Jury had remitOoed the ntecessi.
ty of further action on tho part of thte
H-ouse, theo rcsolutioil appdlntinig a 0dmi.
huttee to inquire into and ,report ttioud
the cir-cunstanlces conniected with the
disturbanco in which young Sithi was
killsd, ont Saturday nighlt week, wais rea
A.i-esolutioni was adopited, reiuosting
the Slecretary of State to inform the
Houise, as early as possible, what quanti
ty .df land in thle sevei'al Couinties was
heldi for takes an'd for iihn lorg a period.
A commdnicntion was received h'omu
the Gover'nor, announcing that hie had
apikotved thle Adt to authorize the Got
erdoi- to negotiate a loari of *125,000,
A bill to provide for the poor i dif
ferent Cdinuties was read the first time.
it authorises the Oounty Commissioners
of Horry, William>sburg, Le*intQi1 and
Orangeburg, where there are ho County
Poor Houses, to buy tracts of land and
establish farms for the poor ; and the
Comminionort in the oher Cntmie. to
Make all suet arra Ingeniltn aint provis
ions iinr the maint.emac i nu care of tlhe
poor, as they may deem nvcf!Ss;trv.
Notice was given of i bill to reuire
all ban11king and( saving inZ1itilionl, ai(
itsrance oipaniNs, anl all other cor
p )rations doing busincss in this Sate, to
inv.,t a sonlicient anot of thoir ca pital
in State honds to secure tw-ir liabilties.
The House thwn. jurng..
SEN A TE.
T!.v bill, nvgIlbi.big the t-,iul ;:' eer..
tain oflices andl- ap1pointm11'n1ts Ither-vto,
WaS re-coloiitledl to tho Joiliciarv (oll.
I itt ee, Vho sho a -i.l a fte iw :- 'ds -
with the reconiien<lation ihat tht f'ollow.
ing he sti)stiited (or section t wo :
"Sx.:. 2. It shall be lawful for ani
County or State ofleer, ehle,l at I he
elections if .A pril ) 4, 15 antd I , or tine
2 atl 3, 1 SGS, to iln the bond requirel
by law, antd qIua"lify for Ihe office to
which he has beei lectel. at any tine
within twent.y days after the passany of
the net., and no later, and upon the liHin
of such bond and quahfying accorh:W to
law, ho hill eter lun poInlhe diseliarge
of such oflic."
The report was then agreed to, al
Lh bill passed.
' Nash gave nctice of a b HI to author.
ize the sa!u of the Colmila Canal.
'I'o bill ini riationl to filling ofliees
walt persons friendly U, thIte. present
tate Goveirneint, aid i I hill to bill.
j<ct, all a1oricultural andt f.;r land s to
taxat.ion within the corpoite limits of
cities and towns, n*idl to fi:z treo rates
of taxation, were laid onl the table.
110 USE0 L? REPRN10Sl r.\ TI V1S.
'ill IITY-SIcXON 1) DAY.
The Comillnittee of Wa :.i i Means
report d unlavora bly on a bill to n.pi..I
ite caitiation lax. The ri:port, was or.
dermd to lie.on (lite tilbip, an11i; ordered for.
coll;i(h!erat ion to morrow.
Itri gave otico of a 11bill fur the
protetion of all iechaniwc
The bills to inKorpoa'te te 'Cti.T -
bia 1Icational Society, andu to ptrovi,l '
for t,be accolitlolat.iont of the ("ever-ai
Assetnibly, were severally read a first.
The bill to regullalt thf. -Iulnii;,4ion1 o"
persons It practice as A t . y, S.ilici
tfrS an11.1 Coinnlior, i A altso this
State, was talin til, and-, pnding its
consideration, tie House adjoitrnie(.
The lIon8c resoltiion, rescitdiing (the
'resoblitioln wler c a Special Conmmittee
WaS appoll.d to ei t iminm into the late
diturbance in Co!ubia wvas conurred
A esolution instrt.irng the Clerk of
O.h 'Sonate to prelr. a rll with a view
'to the paymlient. of Ole p lr tdIlt and
mileage, to dIate, of the officers and
memblhers of o te Sv,a te.
The Comminit.C.e on 1u eation relOI.
ed at hill, similar t.0 thatt intlroducved by)
Tomlinson, inl the louse, in ref'rence
to the temporary organization of the
'llucational Departmenit of Lie State,
which was read the first time.
The bitt to declare tie manner by
which thOe lands or the right of way over
the landa of persons, or Corlorations,
may be taken for constroction and ises
of railways, and other worksof internal
im1provement, was 'read a third tuAe
Wright itroduced a bill to cldso tip the
all'ir 4)f the Itantk of' thle State, which wits
roadl aind referredc'c. It nuthoizi'es the Goev
Ornor01 to take posslessionl of' all t he real and
personal asts, books of' accoutnt, etc., of'
the ltank of' thle State, to sell the ases at
public auct ion, and place thle personattl noStes,
bonids, et 0., itt itto hantds of the1 Attornle.
GJeneral for collect ion. Tilint ofticer shall
pay over thie procceds of' his coltecuions inito
I he Treiastury of' thte State, but no suits shall
be entered for' the recovery of' collater'als,
wichol are conlsidlered wottless by the Gov
erner andc Attorney--Genieral , lII bills of'
the llanik lssn'edl pri' to I th 20th Decem.
her1, 1860. which were tiledi in thie Court of
Equity prior to June 1, 1868, un(der tue or
(ler' of that Court, are to be futnded, and on
(teitr surrendler at thle Tr'ieasurly, bonids run.ii
mnitg .wentty yeai's and bearinig initerest at
t he r,ato of sig per cent. per- atinnn~i,.payable
semnt'anniua.ly. are to be given in exchuange
therefor. For 11he paymnent. of thlese batids,
the f'aiuth and oredit of the State is piledged.
No bills whichl 'were not so filed ate to bQ
fundedI, but, may be taken as a dIscount or'
set, otl'in all suits5 br'ontghit. by te said
Bank, in payrment. o'tiall dlemAnhds dlue to it.
The Actor Decenmber 21, 1865, antd theo 16th
sectioa of thle Act ratified December 19,
18'2 and all ncts andI parts of' aots whlich
renider the bills of 'mid corporatlin reepiva
blo In paymnent,of ft se's, anid nll other iebts
ddt (to. State, are iepealed by the bill.
TiRo Souate (lien tadjourned.
I[OUJSE OF REPRFaEN'iA'I'VE~S.
T1hio Judiciary' Commit tee made ian
unifavorabto report on the bill to preCvet
dia'crtmination on net'cdulit of color, race
or previouis codiittdn by' 'those carrying
oil hisinesis illder license. Thte rep'jort
was laid on thie table, for thte purposre of
taking up tile bilt.
Delmargo from theo Committee 6'
Ways and1( Means, reported a bill provid.
ing for the assessaient anid taxatiort of
property. 'Phe bill was ruaid; and ordet'
ed to be~ printed.
A resolut1ion1 was adople.d, retjuosting~
theo Sf'eaker' to appoint a Committee of
Trhree, this dlay, to make tho necessary
arrangements to facilitate the pay ment
of the m.ileage and paer dietm of meombers
of t,his Odneral Assembly, and McIn
tyro, Keith and Henderson appointed as
Tle peakor annouinced 'Whippeor,
~Hiott, lIoot, WV. E. Johnson and Mc.
Intyro as tho commiutten annolnted to in.
ves' igat e the charges against J. , Nea
gle, Comipt rol!er-U nerla!
flyde introduced ai resolitioll, di
recting Ihl,e s,reant.at.arms to la ia
V;py of. a dail v oil the
Iablo of In'ch m1ber (achl day. Ta.
aitrodc1ed a hild to provido Iwr
tapi meof Ta col-e-ors illt tis.
:igle intifd lced at bill to el tho
abar of thp Ibl of thek State ; "wi
Was rtmil ihm first timp. Thp hill is t1w
,4ame)( as thmt reported mn the YeaeyS.
The bil, to reguflate the na missm!n
ofrat.ortimys Ifo praWct? in thew Courlts
of, Ia wnAd 1qidity in this Staute, pas
A resolition was adlopted, to pay the
two *soli6itorz employed to atssIst the
Atturney Genetral thiring tie messionz of
(Ieneral Assembly, ton dollars per (bv
wiit aellimlly em11ployed.
The4l( bill to dvclare vacant cortain elli.
cal was received From the S'mte, A with
certainl amenordmenits, aind rulerr".4 to theu
The bill to repeal thie Capitation tax
w%,as taeln up. and ponding itS Cull.iilera.
tion the i1olse adjourned.
jolnal. tI e llessage of (;ov. Scott,
Vetloig fhei ili to reduco the bonds ol
Certain publ14ic offictIs, W-as read,. :1111
after mi e discssion, was nm:ole t
spvcial order for to-llorrow, at I
A rsollion was ofll-rl repw1sti
11or. uillon the comIpetli r of lho ch.rl1
n0W (4111py1 II I Ilhe Solicitors' ofillet.,
N%ithl a Vit-W to s9clre lhe servi<-e' of
the Ino-t eXpert clerical filoce in tis dc
part'meit-111. ofi uty. urdered lor colsidera
tioln to llorrov.
A rezolultioll wvas adopledi, auliori.iIP"
th SoliCitolS to employ a c-lrk, whosq.
VOMvminpnIaionl shall not cxCeed that of
the 4.ngro3siin- clerk.
The ('omdilil t. oil I u lic V,Inds:
mdafa l riFtV1 ept IN il m i'
: e s l'.. 1111im ro v id in g l ti' l l . a p o j ni i m 1 1
if a comi laue "ito s tain, if' p .ible,
:Iml Q pr s exit' e t c ditil a, l- ,..i ifn
of ltilis iarquirel hv the statv." Ord,r
ut d mf orVonsid"lA it to.mrn1101, -.
Wigh,it ro(hIjc(.d a b)1!1",o prov-ide,
For the conlveri.ml of Stato socIrli.
livs ai flor othllel purposes, -nd el
bill to empower C irdlit v Jud,; to ehange
Ilhe Venue I dh trial of' lctionls both
oivil and crimillal.
The Conlilnitlev oi 16ilroad report
ed favorably om the bill to alloni>rdeli eof
to the S:tvainah and Charleson aiil
Tie ll omesead ,il1 was t1. as,.
l, and poidiig, its conideradon he
S of o A nItll.
AlTo!he following resolution, whicb was
referered to thi !..'amne commilev -
lResoll:cd, That a11l inaliotios of
learning in ith e State, stplsporld wholly,
or iml par, by funds furnished by the
Sa(te, are herAy turiled over to tihe il
Crvisionl of t .he State Suitperin 01 i ,r (it d l t of
14ducan-tiol : an!ll t1h1 public 'chools in
t-ho several Countie6,-, s.6iio'rle(l as be
:ore specilled, aro hereby placed under
0m il-eet Suplviiion of lihe Scvhl Com-i
Alsothe foigreointironlI which
thatsolve,bTha. of tlpei alChomf te
Gecurng .as hicyhon reustw the ex.r
litenice odillte orgith allne olrap--S
esl l peretate onac Uon en innthirrer
lwssncs thru u th he Stati~a e of outho
Carolina, whct has bee pacut ftice:o
ofciln hod l hai blc loAes a6nth
1 iipsled pTalt. nfo-mtnh2bOlei'ted"..
frie verytiourc wa hich twiln aom plish
the 'bjec of the feoareig d resolion
Onea1.5 A iemy rebie rgteliid' olra
nothain bomee obwinth 11 bll utas
speacto eor.n ine dpeptath
on disuion io, the Senntes awnceed.
nldt, ihecopodratin tof ltespcCial frer,
wicht)obl was assefnGov. Sco0t i9to.
The qbsil was thn paen pnpasn
the illa o the voto,dj relted ae 1
Ao havling beenr obarived thebol was
eot to deterino andspoe tareothe
honmesead, as he daeninc, sawn ata
ii longhO dicsio 22,78 aomtcres oamend
meoioporalingo taes rehoichve been
due ofey elrdb the biS wspssdaes 20; Wand
he eatosn the oteurned.
A redmltincaor was receped romnii ah
Ceomritae f 1tate, to es-pneto it heu
dcomiteey appturned by the Shne ian
sera tuand oro about rturn ae es
Airosltions wore adopted, ap intory of
the late Thiad. Stevens.]
Mointyre said that he wac prepared to
make a report la reference to the payqient
of the per diem and mileage of members,
but asked that it might be done ia sooret
session. Arrad Co.
The Hugl then went ino secret messiti
and af't,r ittiug with closel loors for thir.
ty niinutes, resuieId bUSinCs3 in ulbliC.
110PS]", 010 It1IllM IT T l\o-:
\V lipper introduced a lIllI to fix t.h
am,ount of Ihe h fi,ii C'('olilt v tllic r
I r pht;ee lhoso of (oroiers a *!! oI)
I erils o' (.'ouls Ut $ 0'))0 ; excelit i
the ( o01111 f Ulutr-W,it, where tL
a11in it";i are mlade h-Irper. The bondl.,
of other ovlicrs Itain s18 1N0w PrCsCrib.
ed b)v law.
I)rlli' inltrolIeiti the ifoliowing ro.Aolt
tol, whicl\ was reforreiI to tLo Counllit.
teMoOf \V,ys aid Means :
/s le/U1-1, 'Ihat tih- tax-collecter o
the Stato, who]I,) llav falled th)ak rv
turns as r.qir-ed I liw, have leav,.
111t ilta llue Ist dhi I leoxl , f . I
C lotil t. 11e4 collcil . o f (',I' taxes :1111I to
ualo their final i-turn, a;Ap that thov
be and arle hrey exouptd fI ti
pti'nlaitis ili Io L d by I:L\w for ueIlcI
Il lu r e ; p r o v i 'lo "d , h1we r , h - . t he o $
'lo puy over to tho Trv.;suicr, by) lhe Ist,
day of 0elobvir ntext, almont, vs hili
te bew n or niay he ltd lp to
Reioi0 , lThat all v.cintonls wiliich
htavn bemn or inay be iss"A np:i"NL dv.,
faul'ing tax payers he sm1elupeded and
Sloed unti the Ist day of NovebSer
t iex!e.to lt'i
'llri.e ine r I f!,- toild: f l ig reso.
111li,1 which v as onIe eiuL- to lie oini 10
W her,-a", nrcil1 aro Ilk eircllhaionl
to the fOt'c tha. hfui ds for). tlhe Ion.p-1110A
of payi:g Iho per dlit-il m I il of'
wan bi1wrl h h'orlt -el -ed, or ar<
VVpIt- e Il )Ir th:at purpo.i, ..nId a1re n Iow\
b1l ig oilt' :ti 11! to lult int.
odi of,11- the I ti-:ine r of 111i n 1b rs
(0, this hodly an1d tilt! Cedi:t Of tlhe Sw.ae;
Ilherell-re, ho it
(Rooludllat.a a pcial'onnlit tec
of' l'ive bo' appo > in fit 111vet iga0 a tt.ie
subjeict anld report to thi.1 body, at its
('-atliVA C0. co VeniVnt:V : 8:i1d C0InUIIit tVe 10
hanve wm-r, if ilhey See fIl, to ,ielll 1,'1.
'The lv.t oI' til, svi,ioll a s o CC pil
MI r:lin .g ibi llea<l'j otived,i anul i
illi :I eiti on ol' the 1.igt i h ily, whil
wos h'itterly, contit'eist.It e%,r'Y stop by
Ill,! i erai l u' i n'>o r ::, wDo ll'raibs
ly 0n<doavorMd to enmnNT. t pwmo
by ii atoltY i nationlc Pcolil.- its Colli
14 IQN A' '1 .
Cai introduicell a hill to fix tle
amointihe Li e i)ons of (Couity ollicers,
11, it IIhC SaIeQ a; ohat ihr tid11=d in ti he!
Then enatc tlwn adlj.urned.
The fOllowing UAidavIq SaIYH the QhaOes
0 1 AN .'' h1 been I, t ce-I inl our l di flo
CIolblicatit'n, ats 3showiig vve y Vivi'lly one
scene in Iheo,as liklie o lot nofn who
i1"1w I tingp Coil Ill -lot (0 l a U '8OiO uth
Carolina. (inly onle delliliotn en l ( t v
dra-1wnil fri-n itpe wfich we now Pub
(f liih ; t f that is, Ni gle wouild fi.. d It 1MIN T
filling abidinig p111lalc in Iljol L,e's ney
buiigg, Onl thile Wu-S1est1 edge of'Columli bil,
than in the (ie whichat all hihheOtu
been lccupied th honlest and1l 1 honol01h111
,Andirewi Deoil ze n of . n-I o f il 1stlioh
CouN irh, orth Olini, hy cer-ti0y- at
Dr.' atI.Ngldrn the winter of 181i, lcii, loo
n*'itd o85 vihliyedor ierl for lupurpo l)'.
borowing se lon ri to the1( amoun lglit jill. hi
deai oIed~i sen 11or to I pronp paylinant
of the oe boI offer.1 fr i. Th'oeiie sid Na-rt
gl. Nentlo fofareinel'l of itn t. oewndy,
and avoli"eueis eet o the tnont oft
heaie .A.Farris as seenl.Sid1.M;uris
abon t hee mofnths aifwrs boo meno ned
saye fat to Alr ctrris weiedWlitt iavn
anyIowldg or wliha't ad beeno oeI.
itborgty. afteri Nhagim, Neagle cafled on ':n
carg si ed Wihe ote.yb sI a'rs la
Jun 23,d of1868.rcia,II'liig ost
lNtATi loo Noi'ruCanlf , ol GasIToy A lCoux..
No. arriv a iie of liaston firaonrly,iat No
liThnct. tht monh of(111 hlaihc860 whilhy
rIilOn ' tItlIt thhhosoo AndrewC D etorao of
(haston Counity,11( Nort Casolin, aor the1pur.
acoe of (tlig note ld gaiont ifm bya
saidct Deter ofeon ot, thowabyNgl.e atnut
of5or ssta $h0 has pevrosen(ed, irot
s'in or bengie to oitt tteer,J
rCen'yTIoov ctly f or, o t Caofa andPu
Coe,pIroller-Jeneras oeec of theao of J1I
Suofthe aoina0, withandhedname of E. M.on
knw,nthi of this having blierhando, anda)
thiowledgJe, 18athr08. n pooncsi
a(fogley. .Rtd Na, wheJ4Kn, afteward
ChargedJ wimli Forybyi, arris, pleadur
o raid o Q curtrne prosng o sai
..e.e.n..h. sef,.ithut.. l.Aferti
County, 'lo hereby certify that 1). I. Jen.
kiis, whoe ue appear: in tihe foregoing
a1l11davit, is, anul was ait the date (hereor, an
acting .1ht.1'ice of th Pence in and for said
I 111y1, n- tlie Siglature purportiig to bo
his is genuine,
Giiven under i.V haul I and seal of offiCe,
liis 2 ith day ol' June, Imm
ANIZI FORID, '. C. C,
Upon lie above a11llvits, the followinr
Sreatmble aid reuitions were adopt ed by
thit. "ick liill t'onservaiVe (lub:"
Whereals, it appearing by the affidavit of
E. NI. -'arris, a respeotable citizen of ()as
ton ('ouply, N. C., (hill J. b. Neaglp, Compp
troller G enieral elect of' I lie St ato ef, Soot i
Carolinn, did, in Oh year 18.50, wilfully anl
corruptly forgo lite natne of said B.. I. Far
vH to a certaiii pionistisory noto, payable to
one Andrew l:tver, of the sano County ; it
/cYlred, That tlie said 11ldavit, with tl:
'.1oip11alying Slateienill oC letter, he tran
s'iii i( he Colnulanding (leneral of thi
.1ilifiry listrict, to lie end Ihat. (ite samc
ily he laid lwtwro tie next (Geieral Assm
bly. atid it e chargem filly and publicly in
/- W/ml. That these proceedings be for,4
wvardk.eI by litxecutive Comittee.
S-A rr or Soul-ii C.%kt0,.lNA--Yqni .Cou14
i. -- -- I'esonlI Ily appeared before ine, J, P.
31nlin, Aingisirate it and for the County
af'oresitill. Allen -ones, who Inaketh oati
(i at i he foregoing certificates, alidavits Itild
r esllitions uro true copies o' ie originias
.t l nijo. General E.. R. S. Callby by tle
Iiock Ilill Contiiei'C'vaei Ci."
A lI,,N .l0 N11,'j. Secret ary.
Swvorn to atd subscribed before me, Au
gut5 18 a /t(h:IrtaU lar
J. M. M1.0015, Mlagistrate.
Evory Man Oan Voto.
AI lie elections approan h, which inv IN,:
(I(' rights and liborlies of our po-1plo, the
lllI iont tttrally occurs as to who, undi-r
lilt potsiet condition of' things, tire enlit
tStflpage. It will readily bo seenl (il, !
1114rV ilnportaint questioll (,anl bo 4ubh ittlu'
A tid to this we proposo a clear and sihi pl
We propose first to cottidlor this in Ohw
light of (lit ACts of' Congress, and then I'
refer to tle Colstitut ion of thisSiale, adopt:.
edl under what ti e known as (te Roconshrite
Seretlary Seward hIas ] declared (ie liow
arI tonstitutional Am dn110l14iit1. as adop I
As word.s are iliport:tilt, we cite the I' -
lan"got gm of Ih hirdIin spW ion:
c. :;. No person shall be a Senator or
I ep ik-sentnwive lit Congress, or Il-Actor of
PrIsitdent fild Vice-Presilent, or old, I:
oflice, civil or military, nuder to Unii
full it, or rnier atny Stile, who, haviu:
previously I aketn tin oath as a mneimbier
Congrefis, or as nll olicer of (th Unill
161ales, ir as a ittiber tof atny Stat Legisli
ture, or as an Executivo or ,Judicial 9flicer,
o a y S ate 1 , , ti tto support ite Constitution of'
ithe Uilted Sttes, shall have engaged in
inisurree(ion or rebellion against ite sanie, or
givent aid or conifort to ilho enenies lieroo.
llt C 1otgres inuy by a volC of IWo thlirds
of each JIttse, renovo such disabilities. ,
Two 1,hings. Iterefilro, Ivill be observed'.
First. ''hlnl I his atiendmtent now declared
to lie a part of I It Consliition of (th Ul
0 nM iendosge on/l/frona qj|ief and fjol
./roip .iefraei/e. Sk iontdly, nthat lie olicas to
which till. who, eilier as tietinhri of Con
grivmx, or as oticers or the liUtited Slates,'or
ani members of any is ate I gila iwa, or,iqs
Ithe. exenutive or judIicini Itlicors of any
tite, and who .participated, eilher by act,
otr itt nid, Ilie Confeernito 81tales, are dis.
qualified frot holding or enjoying olice
1. Thomse o Senatort and 1ipresenlativos
2. Electors for P"resident and Vio 'resi
SA ny ofllce, civil or military, undor to
United SCide4, or onder iny Stale.
it is appilrenti, Iliroforo, that this amend
mnent exeludos a largo and intelligent por.
tion of our oilizenm from any o0lie. whelt
or' Feder'al or State. An t111his dibihlity
remiains uttII removed by a two-thlirds vi'
Iof' i'eh llousex otf Contgres.
h;in to theiportantt fact remainls I haliunde
It i amiend mietl. no citizen isg excluded fr
.su.lTraq/'. 'IoTet'or~e, no ft.r. as thIs Is emii
ternteid, (hero is ito restlriction upon (I
ballot, illhoutght Ithere is na to oflico.
Ia Ithete, thlen, atnyfhintg in I le now al leg
ed CJonst t iution of (lie Stati(o whlicht prohiinii
sutl'riige for' pat,t11 poitical op,iniiotts ?
We agaiti refer' lo text.:
An'TIcLE~ v'it-nfltlt oP suirrnAeg.
5 tic. 2 flvery mialo cliizoni of the 1:niir I
Statesi of(ibe a go tf twern ty-ono tn't ''p.
nam tied ini this Contsltiuntion' wil hout diaine.
I ion of race, color or former cotiditinle
shalhl lie a resident of thtis State at the' tii
of' (th adlopf itn of thi Constitut.Ion, oi'r v
shiall thetreafi er reside in tis Sitato .
year*, anid In the cotnty In whtich lie oP
b.o vole sIxty dhays next preceding anty
flout shall be etiitled to vote for all oftib
liIthat areiow ot htereoafi'r tmay be electeid
eil to thie electors at tiny election ; P'rovi'
that no piersoni shaill be allowed ?tiv
ho/di o/fie who Is now,. or, huqr,dtir mia-,
dlui'ptliffod.f/herqfer by the Constitutiono ,
the United States, uIntil such1 disqutahlnca'n
Rhlta be remnovedt by (the (ongr'ess of[
Utult ed Statos ; provided further, tltat
person, while kept In any alms bonse
asylunt, or of' unsound minid, or confined
any puibJic prison, shall be allowed to vete
Thte words in wicho wo are Ialerest:.
are :"'That no person shall bo allow.O
voto, er hold offie, who Is now qr btoreia ,,
may be disqualifleul there/o by~ ie (>nsI uii
tion of the United I#lnies. . ..
Now It htoauboon soen that (ho Const(i.i
(Iotn of thin Unifed Slates diaguali/kes no one
from sufJragye, thecrefore the ,State Constituta
It follows, torofore, fi!at, whlatever' min
bo (lie ttulo wIth 'regard to oilice, thatt iK
relation to snirae all mnale oilizens of' tt.
United Stat,os of age, resident, within thte
St ate tdr onoe year, are entitled to v'ot, ox
(14 +ose kept,In any alms hiouse or
(2.) Those of unIsounUd mind.
(8.) Those conflned in any public pyionl,
. Thi It seerms to tus Is t.he plain anid.inevi..
table construotion of the law.
Frogs' logs are getting to be 'a bopu
lar artiolo of diet in. NeW 1Jodford,
anid hunters for therptls0oua
most overy da otellsootck
preserves in the neighborhood, and
seldom fail to retun *ith a basket