I?? W. V. T..:r;rara.. BLAIR OX RKCOISTRtrilO.V. . WshirgtoG. o-Ia the Senate, today. to-day. B.a.: argv.e-i n j-airs: Sherman s Congress to r o.-tsriirt violation cf State aw. Ho soitd : igta iiittrsrccs power -hull is cow to be assurEed ty Coa-gross. Coa-gross. may. r-ni coutnoss wi 1. be ex-ero:-sd a: some future day bv some otner party ar-a tne wea-thy eemmu-nitios eemmu-nitios in the ; North. Tne cVect cow c: thts.egis.atrca is to cany cut the aiders and ateliers, and n conrinne G-enerai Gran: perpertrii y in power. He cecouneea the system cf covem-ment covem-ment under which the trenth is cow ruled, as a disgrace to the age. and tie carpet-baggers as worth.ess adventurers. adventur-ers. He said it was for the interest of the people of the Soath to repress dis- .: ;.ui it wa? f r ti ; i;.;. rt '.: ".'! 1 !'. I!!..!'. '' :.. li'.fl l.i .. '! , lis 1.' : ". - r-a. fa- ti 1 i. .-; .-; ri .. -.. wi. 1 ,ii .3 ::.- i 1". a-t ...i.-i'.'. i :- ' .' .11.' . II .N " ': Ul . -1 ! i'l. rl ' r 1. ".-'! : 1 -i -m . j 1 ... i 1 1 ' . ' . i .' j 1 1.1 :' ' ,' t Ii I . t . . . - I. .. ; .... -. t 1- IiL. L'.T.-aO t. - - 1. i i . :-a 1. 1 : :-:.. -1 1 j '. - 1 in '.'. 1 1- . . ! . i . ' m ; tl : '. .-i; :l;i C.u-t Lai a ... ; '. : ' i . tl. : .t i. i i .'. 1.' 1 . ; 1 '., r..vii I .j -.i. i t.-..- I - - 1.1. a . t -.0'..--.. k - i..'.o tl. ;. :: - .-'..' 1. m., bat 1 1- 1 a'. 1 t I) J f '.'. '. t.'.r .7 1', ::!!. I ..'ft I.i L. 1 ." ' i: i'l .: I' i J !-,. 'I ..T.i:.' 1 ll'Tlil ti CV'-.lh: 1... in I. t : -i. ll.-, ,y.. y t-a-a.-r, t" ' t . i I, t l'.-ui 'li'.: 1.-1;.' w l.i V:-r,T'. V:-r,T'. WTf C'.L!i..llJ'.'.l.ai u.-.a.-urr-. .-: ". iv rr.: .' . 1 ,'r-i tr,m the li." 1: .al I- !' r ' f li a..-. It. it if P.-r-l-1' it -i. 'i. 1 -.!.-,.-:-! la.- car- 1: i.r -i.i t.,; a- d.i the I'-i.. j 'i. a... : ; i." , a:.l 11. : I'-jiii -ciatij 1 arty ii 1, t J; air; ai. 1 I...- f .-ated that it. I ' m 1 rat e j arty had tr.-Ve-r threat-.1.. threat-.1.. 1 to urn v..-.. lit li.'-iiij to . 0. crti.fw iii.'-'.n-l.ti.'i 1, il a -'- ot' l''.Tior--o. 1 I-i ' I; iif ha I b-.-.i' ved and d. 1 be- ..' V-; tl.it the Pre;ii Tit, l.iVtli tak-'U an 01'ii ti -ujj'rt the C. It'll:, n. )I. .il 1 stand to hi- oath, whether a..'!,;,-! t 'i.;. ore-, or a-' tlll-t ill iividila!-, I ,r h- b-.. -'...-d that a C'jiiore-i v.ola-tiii v.ola-tiii ti.,- 'i-t.tuti in wai no mure than a m .n. lie ha 1 sai l that the army sh'jul 1 U; iua le to undo the work of u-urpa:i"ii, and he .-aid s n ,w; Lut no force 'i d be iieci s.-ary, for if the army w a- wiih Iravvn the infainou-eariet-big governiilellts Would fail 01 th'Tu-.lve-. He rlnrifd that the Ce-puh.i Ce-puh.i ir.s in North Carolina had, during dur-ing the Presidential canvass of js, in an address, a-ivi.-cd the n-groes to burn the barns of people who discharged dis-charged them on account of polities. Pool, interrupting, said the address bore no suih construction, and no sensible man could put such construction construc-tion upon it. Blair said it was so regarded at the time. 1 le reviewed at length the condition con-dition of atlairs in N ,rth anl South Carolina, alleging thaiktorruption, fraud and villainy reiitned supreme. He quoted from tiie Republican papers of South Carolina, articles severly commenting com-menting on the venality of the legislature, legisla-ture, and al-o quoted the remarks of liovernor Scott, that one of the grcat-e-t curses atilicting South Carolina was the horde of unscrupulous adventurers from the North, coming there for plunder. plun-der. Sherman admitted the legislature of South Carolina had behaved shamefully, shameful-ly, but unless the Senator proposed some remedy he had no right to bring the matter in here. Blair said he had the right to arraign ar-raign this body for destroying local self ' government. Sawyer said every one voted in South Carolina, and there were not over twenty-live hundred in the State debarred de-barred from holding office under the 14th amendment, but the position of the Democratic party in South Carolina Caroli-na was such that no considerable number num-ber would accept the proffer of office, being influenced by the position of the Democratic party in the North, and by , the Broadhead letter of the Senator to refuse office for a sentiment. Blair said it was for a principle. ' Blair continued reviewing the condition of the other Southern States, the debts of which, he declared, had been enormously en-ormously increased under Republican rule. Referring to the Yerger case , which had been brought into the discussion by Sherman, Sher-man, Biair read from the statement of one of the counsel, to prove that the casi had been kept out of the Supreme Court, for fear the reconstruction acts under which erger had been committed com-mitted would be delared unconstitutional. unconstitu-tional. Without concluding his speech. Biair gave way for executive session. . after which the Senate adjourned.