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Night Scenes in the Benate-OonAiot
over the Enforcement Bill.
A-correspondent of the New York
Tribitne gives an interesting sketch of
the all-night session of the Senate
Friday night last, the ocSoin of the
discusion and passage of the S'nate
bubstitute for the bill for the enforo.
ient of the fifteenth amendinent :
When the Senate reasse.ibled at
71- o'clock in the ov( n:g, ib was sun
posed that the bill %?ou!. bo pa
through at a reasonable hour; but,
says the correspondent, amendment
aft&i amendment was made until a
grtat bundle lay upon the clerk's I
desk. The Vioe-President, seeing I
ho* things wore going, and probably I
inking his new home duties requir.
ed his attendance, put a substitute in
the chair and departed.
After an ineffectual effort to ad.
journ about midnight, some of the
republican Senators living near the
capitol went howe, to be sent for if
hoeded, and others onsoonsed them
selves in the sofas or retiring rooms
to chat and smoke, leaving on duty
enough for watch and word. The
galleries were deserted, except by a
few bonseless wanderers to whom an
all night sossion is a godsend. Then
that small hand of democrats, under
the lead of Thurman, girded up their
loins for the contest. On the floor
the scene was one worthy of a painter.
Eight democrats sat there stiff in their
seats, glaring with lynx eyes, the
venerable Metsre. Dayis and Vickers,
with the voight of seventy winters
pressing ypon their frpglie forms, as
wido awake as any. 0Opposite to them
sat perhaps repub lioans .watching and
being watohod, while on every sofa
Jty. the prostrato figure of some dig
nitiea dslumbering senator. From
out the retiring room came great clouds
Qf tobacco smoke, the chink of glasses,
and loud conversation, which some.
4imi's drowned the strains of demo
. $ e adroit tactics of the Democrats
rendered it frequently necessary for
the representativos of the majority
to send for their reserves, and more
han one ludicrous cene occurred.
)ne Mr. levels, when not optirely
awake, created considerable amuse
nient, in which he himself joined, by
answering first yea, and then nay for
several times, before he asoertained
the right side of, the question. At
four o'clock, when the morning began
to (lawn, Mr. Sumner, who always
votes against evening sessions, but
ievor fails to be at his post when one
is held, unbent so much from his char
acteristics dignity as to stretoh his
legs on a sofa, but he took good care
that the drowsy god should not woo
At this time a speech, extraord inn
ry ip every war, was made by Mr.
II ati ton, of 'lxas. His bitter do
niunciations of the entire Southernu
people were diveralifird by two Michi
gain Senators and Mr. Nye, and when
he sat down Mr. Chand ler went over to
his scat and gave him a regular "boar
hug," telling him that lie was "a man
after his own heart."
Fronm 4 o'clock to 7, the democrats
had all the talking to themselves, no
reply being vouchsafed to any of their
arguments except some of the repub
ieans unider .the lead of Mr. Chan
dier, calling out '"question, question."
T[he Senate bill was finally adopted,
and :uost of the amiendmeints that were
ofoered tacked on to it, and it was
thon passed at 7 o'clock, the session
having lasted, with the recess of two
hours, 19 hours.
GORD -ro DMAvrn Iv I 1Ut,..-The
Bedford &entine r i'nilau ner,,Lt
the following hinody and 'uig , '
W~e learn that Mtr. Sutherland Rloss,
an old and respeotable citisen et Roa.
ntoke county, residing ia the vicinity
of Ihig Liok, was furlously attacked a
few days since by a pot bull of his,
and so badly injured as to cause bis
dutk in a fete hours. The old man
had been int the habit of amusing him
self with hIs bullship, and had been
topdatedly btted dowo, but had re
eivedi e nriouis dathage in his forult
et playiful enseounters with the pet.
On theoeceasion above referred to, it
Was *#)th-ti tmost dificulty that the
dnihahl,oh tnurderous thoughts in
tent, could be driven sway from his
"*Wlhi Inofarland-Rbebardson case
hias beent dramatized itn San 'Francib.
cbtatthe new Ifacfie Theatre. The1
deathhedd wariage Is made the chief
h1ideitihbd Is tmade Intensely hu
morous by Horace Greeley givIng
away the bride,-and-eonator Revels
signlbg "lile' name .as~ witness, The
leading omie roke is that of NedI
Hlarrigsni WhoQ plays and dresses Her.
see Greeley to the .lif,.. The deniow.e.
Aiengis a' peifeet reotteltion be.
tiden Molariand . and his :wife', sand
thenrgsr*ak afallsauon theie- deoond
*ueiaisi the ceremony being perform.
4dib7 Beowher avid Frothinghain.
RIt'94as -hndred hands are em ployed
-astresh sn JAb .At'oys&IRahtead'.
The work i. progosing sierlwaase
~atbotl 'sdter ti
Uai ,!t. hafd*&4 y
11 of Jriah origln. It We.s Mther -1
I a Yortucse city *ho 4nce ,U6
gerstes;,-mog ,the . rk by whht
ho body of a drowned math mghigb o
dentified, "a marked impediment In Pa
is sneech." General Taylor was so
unde ridiculous for a time by the
entenco which occurred natthe %
inning. of his mesege sent to . the
hitty-first Congress, December,
840, as follows : "We are at peacs
rith all the world, and seek th
uaintain our oberibed, retation's Vf ,
Mity with the rest of mankind."
Mr. lohidhatin616 tiatblid Itiff ho
speech which he wade South, in
which he said : "I do believe, gentle
nen, that mankind, as well as the
)eople of the United States, are inter- t
soted in the preservation of this gi
Jnion ;" and John C Calhoun. com- h
nenting on the clause in the Declara.
ion of Independence, to the effect
hat all muen are created, equal, re.
nark1 . : "Only two mon were
"eated, and one of them was a I
NEoLrT AND CODMAn.-.A muss O
)etween big General Negley and lit- 81
,lo Captain Codman occurred last a1
iight in Washington, where all the
ittle men seem getting into fights
ith the big men. In the case of tl
Iegley vs. Codman, unlike that of "
hutohina vs. Washington, everything R
was strictly according to the code. o
First the lie, then a prompt and satit;
ractory knockdown, then a bit back 0
ad then apologies and drinks. No C
riuibbling a bout heconds, or distance, a:
or margin for difference of size, but a
ready and rigid compliance with all b
the requiremonts such as would have ,
warmed the heart of Bagenal Daly
himself.-New York Herald. p
Wednesday Morning, June 8, 1870.
A Cheap Fertilizer that t rliples t
thse Crop anud time Market
Value of the Land Besides. 1
If the statement made on page 886 P
of the last number of DeBow's' Re- a
view be true, as it is, and if the calou. .q
lation of one of our planters be cor- of
reot, that a contribution of one
pound of cotton per acre to-wards es
tablisbing cotton nanufactorios, con
tinned for only three years, will ao
complish it, then a fertilizer that will a
cost the planters of the South but 20 0
oonts per aore for three years, and 0
which will then remain a permanentin
vestment paying ten and.fifteen perot.
profit annually, a fertilizer which will a
triple the vaine of their crops, and
also of their lands, is within their im
mediate reach. This fertilizer is in- P1
dependent oif the fifteenth amend- a
ment. It cou.,ti:u o.,, indeed, the
sixteonth amendment, and signifles
intelligence and integrity to the top 0
nco more, and the negro in his pro
per place as a valuable constituent of
Bouthern civilization. WVhaat then is
5his wonderful fertilizer, and what a
lees Deflow's Review State ? Tuane
.o putgp 386, and read for yourself.
3ae who know,, there stites, that a
sale of cotton worked up, as is note
Ione in aome of our Southkern fjhetories,
a worth $270. It leaves the gin-house
wd cotton-press worth *-; tIt leaves
~he nmanufactory worth $270. What
ay you now of WVando ? It costs you 0
rom $5 to $7 to the acre. Does it I
iring you $270 for a bale of cottoni
Jompare It, too, with Etiwan No. 1, 2,
3, and 4, and with Paeifie or Peruvian
Juano. Do they bring the price to
$270 per bale, and create a demand
~or farm products, and for land at
30 and 50 dollars per acre ? "But t
hey pay." Very~ well. Just, then, I
~romn pure curiosity, try a fertilizer 61
~cming only 20 cents per aore for j
bhree years, and report the result to
or Agrioultural Society five yearg
P'oIticai Gattaerungs. b
The right of the people to held pub. si
tic meetings, and concert measures for
the redress of grievances, without let c
>r hindrance, is a sacred privilege too
pt to be uodervalued by thoe who
ave for years enjoyed it. What-an
nstrumient of social ifnprovemebt such ti
neetings can be made ? They are e,
he occasions upon which every varie. 11
~y of interesting suggestions een be M
proad broad-oast among that !ospee. -
able and influential olass of people, sa
rho do much honest work bot little *j
eading, and are but little Iiuressed 11
>y what little reading they dq. We ,
rust that those who desire to ispprove fl
he condition of Yairfleld, will re.
neuaber this, and take-every oportu. qe
~ity of being presont, *tNeting~, there pa
a a public gathering of' her cltizens; et
bat'thog in'aylhel4 tbhi nuighbIors in c
Veory pooi work, andi bo Ielped in vi
yt~y their copnael -an4 gympsathy WI
hemseles A meeting has b.hu e611e tb
4 for f est Mondayv JLet I&e Iarge- bi
yattendede ' . , ta
IC Your Eensne ilappp *
Ho~wf ewseeektbht 6bppyhne "
S thuhiest bkiesteeage eg ft
ion the emd ,of their life I ijaI
0m o o esteem of 1i41
041 n i eand crazy
r% enL loce outside 4'
'ho a indifferent coihi
rativel 4o the pute love of an un
fish wife and toetIfe affection of in,
cent ldeg sm to bo gbe
p ';ta Ry, an cosa otee
.tructioan, dappinos, is certklg
op ambition and a toy werthy I
e I41-t charaordh, WNeqepr, too
ry often makofa hell df thielhotist
We have had our attentioni called t4
e expediency or inexpedieney o
ving prix-o in ch1oo0s latel, ati
Mieve a few observatiens will bi
elomtd - froI a tocher In th<
urth lustrurn of his experiedoe
'e ought to know somethieg about it
'eo' have Ivatwbesl the iunfience o
izos in schoolsand as 'a tituaent
ice competed for fi.ot honop inAth,
)uth Carolina College oursulvei
ad fairly--lost it- deserving it, how
rer, of course ; for that Is usuall;
le ease with second honor men : the
ieserve the First Hlonor"-take th,
seond. That at any rate, was ou
iso ; and perhaps a parallel experi
ice can be recalled by all that hay,
ror been clearly whipped in this, o
iy other race of life.'
It is objected that "prizes breed il
lood." We admit in reply, the,
equently are the occ(sin n of a dis
lay of the lowest-minded vualgarit;
word, thought and deed. But it i
atter that people take the neasle
hen young, and that it come ou
beautifl" all over them in youth
Ian take it. in mature life, when it I
more serious matter : the meoale
iey must take. -This vulgarity o
ought simply inubt be rebuked b;
%rent and teacher, with gentle sym
tthy for human weakness. Bu
range to say, the sympathy of som
)ople with the selflshness and lyInj
chrildron is of so strange a sort
at a magnanimous child will secret
despise the littleness of very man;
own up people. The child knows I
under bad passion, and Is perfectl;
rare that It is lying or ex-ggerating
repeating the lies of the bad pupil
the sohool for sensational purposes
hloh is J a s -bad, and inwardl;
idicules the foul-parent or miside1
iat that'gets excited on the occasion
uoh occasions would be fruitful c
klmi, bely and exalting iustruction,i
irents did not prefer to play bab
id let them pass unimproved. 9uo
krents should go to school again, an
a put at the foot of the primar
Again : Probation Is the law of hr
an existence.' Our temper must b
icel by disappointment., py .panish
eats and anlietionsi, to. subdue th
til to which they are prone ; by suc
aceess likewise, and by being put up
slippery plaaes. This is God
ethod in lifeq. We can see no objc
on to it in school.
Moreover, take thie extreme ease c
lain partiality and gross lnjustlee
voring of the rich, apd a persecutioi
the poor--*e knmfr soine reader
ill open their ees wide, when w
*y, that even then, good can come c
D~o men. in after life, meet wig,
stice only ? Do not most of us sul
r wrong ? "And whatL Teward ha,
e, if we take it patiently, when but
ted for ousr fau/t" onlyi Self-con
ol under the inflIetion e-cen of wrong
a rioble, a sublime Ieeson to teach
illd. We arc aware of an.excellen
aptist preacher, for example, both
>od and a miodest mani,wihose eon
trelon dated from a dilsappointmer
i btaining a college honor, empt
nible as he came after wards to eon
Lastly : We have 'never mnet, in an
the Commentaries, any positiv
roof of the fxlaeside of: stie-devlbm
ad yet we have a creed .te propoun
a ,that 'subject, and :defend againsu
ie world. One sko-devit, we at
irta in, does eist,-and she is the prc
le niothet' of la adheus'nwa~ inon
reus'Offspsi ig. ,ber ' acli lan
itlojpqtejd u', wheca ,we go.opto asu
rt that she'udevil tookAe indolenes
btb', Isal'es.- Nowlf-dmlation b,
th envy, jealouey and tie, yeal
mait 'tha~t it is the charseteristi
telity of uaol4 mind,.. We eed no
oteo Sbw Paul 6 Mtlsea In proof,no
'olonig tuis pleg~o by arj inanat ta
dilstlonfltwspfy~la f fc'o., ni
pabfe ;ol. e ?Len N the pures
rtue. For mere asuEseakk, w,,
11 admi6 thab4estml44&e devi
ifd~ iWts'a'edpmntable' devil
9 @Usfwi ivda .tbdre<
p., thaei.viWatb MVe'~agv
T tt Riog depy thp Sout
roll is hesvily taxed. Let 5(
Thetaxes levied if~oi thI jeople ot
the State last year were as follows
For poll tax, $ 70,748
" State " 1,263 259
P 0'ounty 5O P9'
The :sseassd value of the real and
personal property in the State ie as
Real property, $135,171,088
Pers6bal " 88,851,254
The State and County tax lat year
was more than one per cent. upon the
I assosto4 valtue of all the real and per.
tona1 property in the State.
Ton years ago the entire State tax
ation was $857,000.. This. yeat the
' tayation is snore than' double that
F The. total expenditures of the State
, (olus:ve of. intertst) were $154,800
in 1867, and are $611,390 in 1870.
The General. Asombly coats $145,.
000 Instead of $43,000.
The salaries (of Soott & Co.)
amount to $167,000, instead of $50,
The expenditures for the fiscal year
ending October 31, .1869. were eati
r mated at $244,000, but $363,000 was
The current expenditures for State
r purposes in 1869, (the second year of
the Scott Ring,) were $863,000 more
than in (the frst year of the Scott
Rin ) 1868.
f e debt of the State is-supposing
we wipe out the $4,900,000 of Blue
,Ridge bads--at leist four and a half
millions more than it was in 1869.
And yet the Ring say that we are
not taxed, and that there is no urgent
t need of retrenchment and Reform.
, Clarle-ston Netes.
PARADE OF THE MIuITIA.--On
Saturday last the two o-ilored Militia
f Companies recently organized at this
place, were out In full blast, under
command of their respective officers
all colored. The officers of Co. A,
are Carey Harris, Captain ; Chad.
Holmes, 1st Lieutenant ; Augustus
Simkins, 2d Lieutenant, Co. B, Wal.
lace sorgant, Captain Welton Wil.
iamm, it Lieutenant; Jesse Jones,
2d Lieutenant. We did not witness
their evolutions on the drill ground,
t but their march through main street,
r four abreast, to the lively tap of the
drum, and the plaintive, discordant
thrill of the fifer with his reeds, was
creditable. But that music I Ugh I
It was fearfully horrible.
There are to be eight more Com
paies organized fothwihh in this
Distri w Ih. with the two Com
panics i1ove meintioned, will consti
tute the 9th Regiment of the 3d
f Brigade.--Adofield Advertiser.
C.DIBAN POLC.-It is hinted in
Washington that Secretary Fish wilt
have to back water on his foreign poli.
V cy when the report of the House Com
mittee in re ference to Ouba comes up,
which may be to-morrow. It Eoesis
B that he was rather indignant that the
republican members did not defend
- haim in the r'pontaneous discussion
B that sprang up on the question last
-Tuesday, and he recently said e's muchel
.to General 1Banks, who, however, de
,clined to set a his apologist in the
miatter. The Ihouse Is strongly in fa
- vor of some aid to Cuba without re
gard to anty partisan questions, and it
f is thought that ech anm impressive dis
oussion will ensue on Bsinks' report
that Fish wilt be thrown high and dry
out of' the 8mato.ePpartment.-N. Y.
MAssACHwsE'r'rs GivaNG WAY ON TilE
LIQUOn QuYaTtron,-Our Iast accounts
Ifrom the Massachusetts Liegislatare
- say they have modified their liquor
e law so as to permit not only some Iu
.dulgance in -legar beer, but likewise
in porter, ale, strong beer and wines.
Is this a small matter for the descend
'ants of those pious Puritans who used
a to shut up their hives of bees on Satur.
t day night to keep the tha'ght less bees
a from wrorking en Sutidsy.--V. 1'. 1Hcr
t AN~OTHER ADDITrO.--The Rlepubli
y can party has met with another addi.
.'tion in the person of Col. Rt. F. Gra
ham, of Marion.. This gentleman has
been a prominent Democrat, hut hav
V ing become disgusted with that party
s has sensihl$ esponsed -'the cause of
,RepublicanIsen .ather than to calesce
with the "don't--....- for princIple.
lets." He Is receiving the eongratu.
Slat ions of all his friends who have the
B interest of the State at heart.--B,. 0.
14Hoat:' Min~o.Inte Judge of
a rbt' fie etrawe were
i shown a mortgage emanating from the
; Wimntn Columbia and Augusta
RiraCompany to George 8. Br'own
and Enoch Pratt for 48,200,000.
This mortgage bears upon it sixteen
$200 revouwecs samps, amounting in
Sthe aggregate to. $3,200. A pretty
i h biv; meogdge, that. The revenue
. tnn~ .Rm~ u b $ty r. for
SITCH. IN Ilosspgs.--A eorrespoodent
I nt &Mervil. ijaluop writes a "I
p LW6 horsd'efdbted 'laat spting withr
the toh6. f 1le4 b freelj, anid thog
pI a'nd antthsong. t.k
664e 4k or.y iah 4.
R LT: -The
Balti re , n now ap
eat att s r '?eo rops of
'04 . a a oh JAIyear
an , ither r port d. - thd 27
pariahes in th Stat '87,00 ogs
ends of sugar were rhse Of atly
3,000 1nore thgn iq..1808 T
erdwl,1 "I1 0,00 sr~ . Wit
such signal results, so immeditely
to lowil g oe 460
form some i ea of the great benefits
whliA l't'lifoD~um T
freolabot, sy,*tetP bia been , flyps
tablished.,I. N everas-. truer temark
than that made b " enry A. Wise,
not long sine that slavery had been
the bane 'ind" oti'se od 'the Southern
-1919n-11A r4 so 'Okt1Aos,--At aIn,
early hou ryester dag morhing, at. the
Judge an4d two polico offioor were
oarrying the ballot-boxos to tJp City
flal, they vere wet on 17thtreet, by
four tpullatto men, who prosented ple.
tolato their beads sod finally took,
po..session of the boxes. The boxeo
were carried Wf. and emptied of
their contents. Now, if some of the
"poor white - trash," "rebels," and
"traitore," bad attacked the mullatto
men, Sumner. Butler, and old Zaok
Chandler would be bellowing over the
matter to-day,.in Copgress,.lik .bulls
of lPabhan. It makes a great differ.
ence whose "ox is gored-" Doesn't
it --Richmond Enquirer, 28th ult.
THE OLD TRNCuFS BRNxIx4O
FORTH FauIT.-One of the nost ain
gular sights growing out of the war,
is a continuous line of peach trees of
nearly frty miles in length, around
Petersburg, and extending towards
Richmond. They are growing from
the breastworks thrown up by the
Confederate army, and are the only
legacy left by the poor fellows who
were on the advance line within 100
yards of the Yankee forces. IHaving
eaten the fruit while on picket duty,
they cast the seed aside and now they
appear in one continuous line of forty
five miles of beautiful trees, which
yielded an abuindant crop the last
We clip from the Greensboro Pa
triot the following extract concerning
Stephens' death: Stephens was seen
in company with a negro, and near
the room in which he was found ; at
dusk, or probably dark, the Court
House was surrounded by a negro
guard to protect or see that no one
either entered or came out. So far
as the evidence shows, as developed,
it seems quite .as probible that he was
murdered by his his former frienda as
by his political enemies, having heard
that by his nets of trenchery, &e., he
had cheated many of the ignorant out
of their hard earned dollars.
STYLsir- WOMnOra.-Brick Poine.
roy says : The marringe of 'Oeneral
Amen to 3liss Blanche Butler, daugh
ter of the spoonthief, will come of at
an early day. Blanche says she
wouldn't be in such a hurry to hitch,
but in this marriage she Ames to get
rid of the odious name of Butler.
Still, she likes her intended well
enough, and he. dotes on her, though
not half as spooney as her own p a.
Mrs. Grundy says that the bridal
presents from Benjamin will consist of
costly silverwvare, with the initials of
the owners carefully effaced.
A Fi.ooo COosiNG.-Tbe Mobile
Regqier paints this glowing picture:
"We are at the beiginning of a do~od-.
tide of a va't white immigration from
Europe. The grain business is over
done in the West and in California.
There are no further temptations to
money-making in these regione, and
to-day the South offers the* most
tep in eld for new settlers of
laborer/aatisans and capitalists in
the known"world. The whole eivilised
world is waking up to a consciousness
of this fact, and those of us who. live
five years longer will be amased at the
results of eauses now in active opera
TBA EW.-This Is a preparation
b~y Dr. Thuadichum, and is described
in a paper read by him before the
Society of Arts. To every gallon of
boiling water halt' a, pound of tea,
Sohong -or Congou, is added.
W~hen the tea baa cooled down to a
lukewarm temperature, moist sugar is
added. ans4 also a small quanity et
yeast ; ii prgduces fermentation of
the sugar :,add .afterwjajd a 'li
alcohofr. Fermentation then ceapes,
and the tea wipe becomes clear aug
*cwACKan Paoons.-'-:t ls st~aff
that the Cbloago ioard of E~ducatio1
oetem plates a reduction in the, comn.
pensation paid'to school teachers.
Th is~is the very worgt thing that oap
be done p a compagatively n'ew, coun.
try "Poor pay pope tpach'3 is anew
rem4ing of ap old indian saw. Schoql
kahreppjrn hegreat a mount
of good they are expctedl to. - aoo~p
P1 ish, ro, s a -geneal. thing, sthe
rst p r ro. e o e. las
N sMttord, wrh t of a ertaIm
auho as a 6ilo
grand j to. Ind eorge
CAboon, ex-M or for forgery, and
Johnson H1. 8 and Richard P.
Sanxay, two ex-Confederato officers,
fot acofpfb I~o8ftd4' tf di
out of $70,000, the, d - th
estate of Jacob NOink iNP 'died
intestate. - it-4s charged that all these
p tio., after the war, appropriated
th estate to their own uses. Mr.
Cuhoon was arrested this afternoon,
tie arn. Dotin :usodypbutofi9er
havebeen ientfor them. e
Mo4TTooM~Ry, Ji4. -..-Jgdge flug
tq.d, (o( the Ijnited, Stpt.s Patrict
Court, comin4itted Reynuolds,.tho'. At,
ditor of the'.State, .o;jaij, for,2 fiv
days, for c9ntempt~of Court, in'tnfaae
iDgtoi.boy.Ap Awjanetion restUainipg
him nfromool1eqtig two por oe4nOtqtaz
on thegrpsm reQ9ipts of- the .Southern
Express Conmpany,which wa -autbor
ied by the State revenuo law, but
enjoiped by order of the 4istrjet
Cour . Auditor e1synolda ea also1
fined $1,000, and 'requr t rer.d d
the nottnt bollecte'd frema the 1
press Company. Reynolds is a, lead
CANANDAIGUA, June 4 --The Fon
ana Gleason, Donielly, Lindsdp, Cul.
laIm, Ftzp~trick, MoNeil, Glass and
Smita, bus been eleiaseJ ounbail.
HELNA, MIONTANA, Julie 4,-A
snow storm of five or six feet followed'
the six days' rain.
\VASHINGTON, June 4.-The House
passed, with verbal ameindments, the
Senate hill aut or"sing railroad bridg
es across the Alabama River, near
Selma and near Montgomery. Schenck
modified his atnendibent, by reducing
the duty on tea to fifteen cents per
pound, and on coffee to three cents.
tie moved the previous question on
the first section as a whole, prevent.
lug'votbs on the separate paragraphs,
and the Democrats have taken to filli
This evening's Star saxe the House
Reconstruction Comtnittee, by eight
to seven votes, agreed. to so amend
the Georgia bill as to require the
election of a new State Legislature
the coming fall.
In the House,)20 persons of Lou
isville, Ky., petition for a reduction.
of tax on mauufaotured tobacco to
The tax bill was resumed, when
Scbenck'offered the tariff amendment,
stating that he did It on his own
respousibility, not by order of the
Ways and Means Committee.. He
stated that the total reduction of the
revenue by the proposed amendment,
would be over $20,000,000. le esti.
mates the reduction of Internal-reve
nue at $40,000,000. He moved the
Previods' questiobi-6refdsed' by 90 to
83. He then withdrew the tariff
amendment, and moved the question
on the tax bill. Finally he renewed
his amendment, and moved the previ
ous question, which was ordered. It
was agreed to vote Monday, when the
CoNSrANwrOorrI. June 4.-A fear
ful war of religious intolerance has
broken out in Rounielin, a metropoli..
tan province of the Turkish empire
in theo South of Europe. For some
time, the native Christains have rnani
fested a spirit of fearful vindictive
ness against the Jewish ,population,
who have endeavored in vain to obtain
from the Government some protection
agaiust outrage and extortion. A
secret movement has been in organiza
tion for somec time for the extermaina
tion of the inoffenmsive Jews, and the
deep and deadly hatred of the bigo.
ed populace has only been slumberin g,
awaiting a vent for its. fury.; 40e
Sunday last, by a preooertedl signal,
the Christian populace rose, anid the
fearful work ofb butchery was inaugu
rated. At an early hour, the houses
of all the Jews was in ided, and
these of' the.oceupants who were unab
ble to escape were massacred' in cold
blood. The fleeing Isrealites were
pursued through the towa by an arm
ed mob and murdered wherever
caught. Men, ,women and chidren
wore ruthlessly. slain. The furyr of
the populace, inflaned with religious
tonthe fe ffat wQfk 'of butchery
prevailed, ,sati mef n, wo
b a a I4' 'd in od td
Th work of al uhte'r sill goes on
s in Tror, . flo( ing baa be
heard yet9 ni mementi ' el~
n b~ites~ opr it.n
and addeaitage *as talien of tIas to
e6tn plets t he tota) e xtermination of
alJ $wsrom the prov Ince. Prine
Oharpeujs i ury,it boipoen rd pqr
b'y te~,d a su euprss t6 roligi.
?uhi eseas.' Minhla 'ti e fury~
thd o~ Continpeos un be~ un4i
troesf v~elotrnm to gliut its u1~tfrt n
ope eu f at 90m tof 4100
rees 193 .
9 Nant 3dax 4 June i jgo
Cot~e:M iit'r k if ikk e fC0
Th3 Liviug Machine,
Injure the main spring of a watch a nd
every por'Ion of the works becomes disor
dered. The human stomach is to the ht
man system what that elastic piece of met
al is to a chronometer. It influences tho
action of the other organs, and controls. to
a certain extent, the whole Ivling machine.
to ea I n gh F i n g .-is s i r ol h id i 1 i o n 0 a k n o .
or other disorder of the stomach betrayed.
by the faco or an Invall I. The complexion
is sallow or fa.led, lie eyes nro dpflejA '
in lustre and intellige ic, lai k rois
worn, anxious expression in the wh1oolo
ten words could do, that..the great nourish
Ing organ whose iothe it is to mninister to
the hi~j;a 'oftfif b4ody, sd-t' m9r it41.i
reneW 'if 1 PsAts, i. toof oefVrfd li "Its
duty. vIt reqttilrea 1-enotoling -and regula
tor's $ion j 1 1 crs at nyt e il y st&1
be shn otie tin t 'ofml. 'Thg bo'ok'oin
maidi aprig df a'wtdh'hiky b l Te lbte b
aq Tow o e, but the stomadh'ah-o1ttyah te
the objects of tle hirpons veget kbid t'eto'ra
five which for eighlotti'yeArs h sibaeen ora.
g'ng a successfutl contest. wit It klyspepA ltir
all bIlls'." A a''s, inO'forindlgttir
it stands aton). ' )Ybbog, jlie psources o'
ithe pharrmaacopola have been exhausted,
without, at best, doing more than mi igat.
ing the conplafijnt acourso of this whole
some and palafAle, yet powerful, stomach
ic effects it perfent and permanent, cure. In
nil cnres or dyspepsia the livgr is nrore,og
less dIsorderqdI,. andl upon tlts.1,tnportanb
giand, as well as utppp lie tomaa)I.,
bowels, th.t 1ittera..ctev itr egg la, Is.
sinctnieas, regulating and reinvi ora ng
every secret ive and Assim:tnting o rga.,1 o ti
which bodily. andmental health depend.
June 2-1m ,n ,
PATROSICZ l1'41 ExTRPRIs.-JM 1 P.
P. Toale, whose advertisement appears it%
another column, ins established on a' firm
basis, in Charleston the largest 'aftl mea5t.
complete manuftotory of doors, sashes,
blinds, &c., in the Southern 'States. latv
Ing advertisedi liberally during the past
year, he has -secured a large custom,, ex
tending as far west, as Alabiusa, aud he hats
thus been onabled to put forth a prirted
prJQQ list which defies corpeilloin. Every
person who contemplates building or re
pairing should write at once for Mr. Toale's
se- The aitention of our readers is
called to-day to th3 advertien t in ah
other coltmn, hesuned Lip'pmnan's Freat Ger
man Bittern, a preparation that has been
used for upward of a century in enlighten.
ed Europe with the greatest, success in the
cure of Dyspepsta or Indigestion, Consti
pat Ion, Lss of Appetite, Line' CoMHl'aint,
loss of tone in the digeblive organs eito.
The proprietors, Messrs Jacob Lippman &
Bro., Savannah, Ga., have, at. considerable
outlay atuoceeded in obtaining the original
recipe for making this delightful tasting
litters, and pleigo tchehW ri'utaiibn that in
preparing in the original Atahdaird shill be
kept up. Depot In Winnsboro, at Ladd
Bros. Drug Store.
GoINo RIour AxL.o...-Tho sales of tick.
eta inthe Grand lenderson, Ky. Priio
Scheme have !ncrensed most unprecedeitily
iwithih thelast few days, dow 1hat'the time
of the. drawini has approached so near,
and it Is sure to come off without fail,
Everybody who his tickets and wish to got
more,- and everybody who has.none, but
desires to obtain them, mist hurry up.
Delays are dangerous. and it is not probn.
ble there will be a ticket left ten days be.
fore the drawing. joone 2-1w
Beyond a Doubt,
More diseases are the result of a de
rangement of the Liver than from noy oth
er cause. When that. organ Is diseased,
every part of the system sympatloiose witta
It, oo generna prostration and decline it.
the recult. The best, safest and speed.ies.
rermedytfor Liver Cornplaint, and nil the
diseases uthat follow, is TI'UTT'8 VEGFRTA.
BILi LIVER PILLS, they' ar6" p-aculllarly
adapted to the climate of the 80ostth They
are sold by Druggists everyw toeo,
june 2-l w
Tint Great Family. iediotne of the Age.
Ihave elapseg sinee the Iitroduotiou.of his
Poin Killer to flhe public, andl yet at the
present time it, is more popular and com
mands a larger' sale titan ever before:' Its
popularity Is not~oonilned te this; oontry
alone ; all over ;the Worldu it 5 beneni~lal Sr.
feats In curing tLh# 'ills, that tle i ,i, heir
t o," are ackntowledgedl sn ao preoI'ate , anal
a" a P'AO5 SCIsI-An its' fatne Is' limnitd to no
country, sect, nor race. It, needs only td bo
Thirty Years is 'ortoly a long :,oou hl
time to prove the effictucy' of any g A midf o,
and that the PAIN :xtrt.s(ri 'Is dde'elig of
all its proprietors, claimn for.It,AIs: . amply
~roved byte .unjaralleled poputls ty It
rernedy. Sold bY .il b~rugglsrs. a
ots:', 60 otv~y and $i per botti
-Directions aomotpkny each botti4...
June 2-3m .
I~oP~od. -Tos rae is apd yan,
tng the confidenade b people, aql the
numerous testimonials of Its virtue, 'glhet
by .proelitionrs. of medicinea leavens no
dobttte~ i Iaj a .r ~ n.d
* Thei As t Med/deir J6'Q 4al16n tihli~ t'
tidie frorir'Prof. iL; Mu Newtan, 1M14 Presi
dent of :the E Medl4College,.- eis f of .New
Ynrkt thst, spas g om qf~ts qttra.
m$blo2 o'K4,k o f'aj o m o f
At atco -Wh'ere audh knoedies*'hjve beers
ofedl~edre by the-Fs'outy'bf any 4,
lihe toedicoal.s colleges, *Amn. rotl90ta, grent,.
ereit Iuppn te k i ot Ir. .J wi~
the t'A O 'of ifllothef tr dd oi ed t t% pr
abiday.' -'i. C
00~ Bushels' PrheeoWhimsa,
100 BV8WELS 1JRtWNQAT8,
a 'n8t1 ,i dFII*Bt4 "