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Old Tom Benton.
A Bcwnt la lha Senate Tha Olami In Turmoil
How Benton Left Oongreu.
On March 14th, tho ono LundrmHh
anniversary of tho birth, nt Hart's Mills,
N. C.of Colonel Thomas II. Ilimton oc
nrml, Bon: Perley Pooro, the veteran
Washington corrosjwndont of the I Bos
ton Journal, honorod tho occasion by re
citing some incidents in tho old slatos
taWB lifo, from which wo extract tho
Colonel Jtontoo disliked John C. Cal
houn very muoh, probably becnuso ho
rcpardt'd blra 09 a rival for tho Demo
cratic nominee for tho Presidential
chair. On ono occasion, when Mr. Cal
houn had made an fiblo report on tho
evils of public patronago, and had (sup
ported it in ono of his torso 15 minute
speeches, Colonel Benton occupied two
hours in a reply, taking the ground that
to tho victors belong tho spoils." Mr.
Southard followed, sustaining Mr. Cal
Colonel Benton rose again, ami, w ith
out, noticing what Mr. Southard had
paid pourvd forth his abuse on Mr. Cal
houn, who sat with his burning eyes fix
ed upon him and his wholo face elo
quent with scorn. Benton grew ruorc
indignant as ho saw that hu was more
dospiwd, aud. finally, advancing to
wurd the Senator from South Carolina,
and shaking his index finger at him, he
accusod him of tho basest partisan feel
ings. To crown tho vtfo tirade, he
charged him with "a direct attack on
"This created a great sensation among
tho Senators, and Mr. I'oindextcr ex
claimed: "I call tho Senators to order,',
"You are welcome to do no," shouted
Bonton; "take down what I said at tho
Secretary'6 table." Mr. Calhoun rose and
appealed to the Sonata to allow the Sen
,ator from Missouri to proceed, as noth
ing he could say troubled him; but tho
words had been taken down, and were
submitted to Mr. Van Buren, who oc
cupied the chair as Vice president; and
who attempted to shield Benton, by de
ciding that tho Senator from Missouri
was in order.
... Mr. Webster took the Hour, and was
Juestioning the right of the Viee-Presi-eut
to thus set aside tho call to order,
when Mr. Van Burea blandly remarked:
"The Senator from Missouri has the
floor, and the Senator from Massachu
setts will take his scut" Mr. Webster's
great black eyes Hashed like beacon
lights beneath his heavy eye-brows, lie
declined to sit down, and" asked if he
had not tho right to say a few words
when he was about to make a motion.
Mr. Van Buren said that ho was not
aware that such was his intention.
What right," thundered Mr. WubsU r,
has tho chair to prejudge my inten
tions? I know my rights on this lloor,
however, and I propose to exercise
them." Ho then went on to show that
Mr. Benton was out of order, and ho
concluded with an appeal from tho do-
cision of the chair.
Then began a contest of giants, as
tho question was argued with a warmth
i and power never witnessed in these
days, when Senators placidly talk to tho
reporters for tho benefit of thoso who
read the Congrcsrioruil Record. Fro
linghuysen, Goldsborough and Leigh
successively showed that it was not par
liamentary for one Senator to chargo
another with making a direct attack up
on truth. Mr. Preston honed that tho
matter could ho arranged, but Mr. Cuth
bert, of Georgia, in an ebullition of
froth and anger, said that, while tho
words might not bo parliamentary or
gentlemanly, they should bo accounted
for by the parties, in accordance with
tho codo. Mr. King, of Alabama, took
the 6ame high-toned ground, and de
clared that if ho had boon insulted, or
should be insulted, ho was ready to be
killed in defending his honor.
Finally, Mr. Poindcxtcr called for tho
yeas and nays, Mr. Van Buren, in
6tating the question, went over tho ar
gument sustaining him, but his decision
was reversed by a vote of 21 against 21.
Bonton was then permitted to proceed,
which he did for a while in his grand
iloquent style, and then, yielding to tho
entreaties of his friends, ho sat down.
When Colonel Benton ran for tho
oventh time for the Senate he was de
feated by Henry S. Geyer, for the gen
eration which had grown up twice ho
had entered public lifo "knew not Jo
seph." Ho then took the stump as a
crffifVidatc for tho Ilouso of liepresenta
tives and was elected as a Missouri corp.
' promiso Democrat, defeating a Whig and
a Southern Democrat But ho was a
toere cipher in tho House, and when tho
timo for his re-election came around ho
was defeated by a Know-Nothing caa
didato. This soured him beyond meas
ure, and finally, at midnight, on the 3d
of March, 1M65, ho emptied his desk in
to a rod silk bandanna handkerchief,
and. with his bundlo in his hand, went
to the door, when, as the hands of the
clock reached 12, he shouted: "Mr.
SH.-aker!" The occupant of the chuir,
thinking he desired to record Ids vote on
a question then being taken, said (as
, was and is the custom), "Was the gen
tleman within tho bar when his name
"No, tiir!" sai 1 Mr. Benton, "I ani
here, sir! I appear outside tho bar, sir!
as an cx-ineniUr of Congress, to pro
tost against any man calling my name.
If any clerk calls my name 1 will ruo
him, sirr "Tho gentleman from Mis
souri," said tho Speaker pro tern, "is
out of order!" "Yes. sir! said Benton,
"and if tho Sergeant-aUArms attempts
to arrest me, I will sue him, mi !"
Every ono expected a soene. but thn
presiding officer simply said: "If tho
gentleman from Missouri is not a mem
or of tbo House, tho doorkeeper will
vwy uuu uuismo oi iu nan: a roar
.Of 1auirhter erected this (innoiiiiecniKiit
and beforo it hail diod nway Colonel
1 1 , , t a, . ' ...
ucuioo, carrying nis ounuie, lumuil Ills
dock Upon legislation and left
i' m i a i ......
MaVInt? Ilii Dntlop 'Cm,
The casblor of a San Francisco bank
fnnr firm arrn.fi end an invalid rhnl i.:.
desk Id such a manner that ho could
workiittinguporroclining, as he pleased.
, His employers oblucted, on the ground
that it niil not li mV tiUHlneHHlilrn. Tl.i.
discharged Llm, but Lc refused to accept
..; a dismirittaL as ha had a contract for
year's employment A court will bo
m!!j1 rm ta AtutiAa trhetbor thn rum
chair prerotd Lira tiw p rppcjlj pej,
Dr 11. V. Pierce: Dear Sir Death
was hourly expected by myself and friends.
My physicians pronounced my disease con
sumption, and said I must dio. I began
taking your "Discouery" and "Pellets." I
havo used nine bottles and am wonder
fully relieved. I am now ablo to rido out.
If the owner of a cow will realize that
unless sho pays him $50 yearly in clean
cash sho is kept at a loss, ho will soon
become interested in improvement of
It has been ascertained that whero eggs
are sold by tho pound that they vary in
weight from ono to four ounces. Tho
a venigo woight of a dozen eggs is t wonty
throo and a half ounces.
Professor Kiley thinks that immunity
from the ravages of tho Hessian lly may
bo expected for several years, as tho heat
and drought of last Summer killed large
numbers of them.
Ono of the latest theories advanced is
hat apples are more nutritious than pota
toes, and in Cornwall, England, work
men say they can work better on tho
fruit than on the vegetable.
It is commonly stated that superphos
phates, potash salts and other similar
materials are more effective when used
together than when applied separately.
Certainly, complete fertilizers are moro
ellicient'than partial fertilizers.
Quinby, the well-known writer ou beo
culture, says of catnip fo? bees: "If
there is any article that I would cultivate
especially for honey, it would be out nip.
I find nothing to surpass it" This is
high authority, and outfit to entitle this
common but littlo utilized product of
nature to a place among tho valuable
things of the farm. It is but another
instance that goes to show that our peo
ple fail to utilize tho nativo resources of
their farms as they should. They havo
not learned tho value of the things they
tread upon and often ruthlessly destroy.
An exchange gives the following state
ment of an orchard successfully pastur
ed by sheep and hogs: "Tho orchard
occupies thirty two acres, and is mado
tho run of thirty hogs and 150 or 200
sheep and lambs during tho Summer.
Enough grain or bran are given them to
place them in good condition. They eat
every blado of grass and green things
close down, and every fallen applo as
soon as dropped, for which puqwso
sheep are better than hogs, which sleep
so soundly as not to hear an apple fall,
but sheep are always on hand and de
vour everything as soon as it touches tho
ground. The f ruit each year grows fairer,
with fewer wormy specimens, and the
manure, from feeding so much grain,
has given a healthy growth to tho trees.
To prevent the animal from gnawing
tho bark the trunk is washed.over'onco a
month with a mixture of soapsuds," whale
oil and sheep manure."
Buckwheat given to hens makes tho
velk of their eggs a very light yellow.
Moro corn will increase tho color.
Although garden seeds, originally
good, and carefully preserved, will often
germinate aud grow at a much greater
ago than that given in tho following
table, their vitality is likely to bo more
or less impaired, as proved by practical
experiment, which has fixed upon tho
figures cited as covering in years the
limit of safety: Beans, 2; beet, 5; cab
bage, 4; carrot, 2; caulillower, 3 ;celery,
3; corn, 2; eg" plant, 2; cucumber, 5;
lettuce, 8; melon, 5; onion, 2; parsley,
3; parsnip, 1; peas (round), 2; peas
(wtink), 1; popper, 2; pumpkin, 4; rad
ish, 4; squash, 5; spinach, 2; tomato,
6; turnin, 5; salsify! 2.
Nevada has about 1,000,000 acres of
salt land, and could supoly tho whole
earth if necessary. Besides this sho has
about 1,000,000 acres of soda and brim
A Now Jersey farmer reports that a
dressing ofcight bushels per acre of salt
to land badly infested with whito grubs
enabled him to raise good crops for
thrco years past, which was impossible
previous to tdis application. I
Paint, to last long, should be put on
early in Winter or Spring, when it is
cold and no dust flying. Paint put on
in cold weather forms a body or coat
upon tho surfaco of tho wood that bo
comes hard and resists weather, or on
edsred tool even, like shito.
Tho Government of New South Wales
has prohibited the introduction of horned
cattle and sheep, fodder and fittings into
the colony from any place other than
tho Australian and New Zealand colon
ics, cattlo or sheep shipped prior to thif
President Lincoln's Btory of Jackson and
One evening at tho Whito House tho
conversation drifted to Benton, and Mr.
Lincoln paid that the very room wo wero
sitting in had been tho seeno of a most
characteristic' adventure of Benton's
with President Jackson. When Benton
came to Missouri ho was at feud with
Jackson: in fact ho and his brother and
Jackson and several others hrtd a dilli
culty at Nashville, in which Jesso Ben
ton was killed, aud which was the cause
of Benton coming to Missouri. They
una not wet lor years, until Jackson was
President and Benton Senator from Mis
souri. "It was in this room." said
President Lincoln, "that their first meet
ing took place. Jackson was seated at
this very table when the door yonder
swung open and Benton stalked in and
stood silently in the middle of tho floor.
Joelwon looked up and recognized him
at once, and recollected at tho same
timo ho had uo weapon to defend him
self. Equally silently ho got up, walk
to tho door, locked it aud put tho key in
his pocket, and went back to his seat.
Then ho said, "Does this mean war or
"It means peace," said Benton.
Jackson again arose, walked to tho
door, unlocked It, camo back to his seat,
and then said, "Col. Benton, I am pleas
ed to sco you. Take a chair."
All this timo Benton was standing
statuosquoly jn tho center of tho room,
never moving a inusclo while Jackson
was locking and unlocking tho door,
and tho reconciliation between the two
gentlemen was complete It simply
showed the dramatic character of 'tho
man. St. Louis Vost-Dixiiakli,
The "Golden Bloom of Youth."
nuiy bo retained by usina Dr. Pierce's "1'V
vonte Prescription," a specific tor ferns lo.
complaints." By druggists.
TJ1E'' DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN;
ir .. r.,.,1 .1 ni I ilmu hit. rlnlilliUtbd' havft frrnunnt
hriifliuho, iiioiitu taxi! Imdly. poor nopotllu mill
luuL'iiu coau-d, J"" o"1 mill'urliiK from torpid llvnr,
or lillliiutuuM, ' mid nolhliiuwlllctiru you Hoipuud-
lly and iirrmnnuntly to Uku Hlmnioiu Uvir 1U'
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ndliunt family Died-
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for nil iliai'UKcKofllni
Liver, Ktoiuitub mid
Ki'Kiiliitu tli a Liver
flllM.H AM' Vt-
KKVKIts, HOW Kb
t!OM t'l.A I NTS,
Nutlilni! 1 o uupU-uMirit, nothing ho common A
had liri'iith, and in nearly every rano It comen from
tho momiuh, nd run hu ko tuslly corrected If you
wllltuke SlininiMii Mver KtiiwlHtor. Do not nK
l.cl m uru a remedy for this repulsive disorder.
It will aim improve your Appctlio, Complexion,
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Ilowniiinypunvrturliirodayafier dy, making
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uuu MidetMiitliallv tho rem' dy that hn permanent
ly cured tliDumiiidn. HiininmiK' I.Ivor lteyululor, it
no dnmtlc violent puree; but a (jeijllu -1hUlI to
CO NSTI I ATION !
SHOT l.D not ho rouurdud m a trifling
allmeui In tact lm'urti demands the nt
moKl regularity of tho howelf , and any
deviulloii from Ihln demand imvut I he.
wav often to Kerioiia dancer, U la qnlto
a iicc t-cHiiry to remove Impure acciimu
hitloin fr m the bowU as it 1b to e" or
xlec p and no health ran bo exp si
where a coe live habit of body preva''i
Thl diHtreMlne aillUllon occur" niont frequently
The dlflurlmiicu of tho atoniaih, mining from tho
Imperfect!) dlu'e-xted content, causes a aevore pain
In tho head, accompanied with dienureelilc iiaiiHoa,
and thla connttintus what la populurly known ae
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Owing to a popular Idea that a remedy ald to
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caution. If not ni'plcion, the Inventor hesitated
om time In pladus it before the public; but from
the craiifyinp an'tirance by a great Lumber of the
rare vitalizing and hea'th renewing propi-rtlea of
bit preparation of UypupboKphltett, under a varie
ty of circumaianra he 1 iqually catlflled that
tncHu tlecti ar scored bv Ha use, that lt action
ia peculiar to hi preparation, and that Consump
tion I not only curalde, but, up to a certain atago,
io aa eaclly controlled ua uiott other organic die
eaael. While it In the aim of the inventor to convey In
formation to uch aa require h. a Ilypophoppliile,
it is Iliu firm belief Hint lis nse will be valuable to
all who dt-Mlre a long life or w ho are struggling for
health. With a fiillh bared upon the experience of
twelve years, be would not despair of restoring a
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oven though reduced to a verv low state aud not
Complicated by actual organic loss.
PVjiT, .Mich., May 10th, ItWO.
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