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NEW-YORK, SATURDAY, APRIL 7, 18%
PRICE FOUR CENTS.
T
HE CREAT STRF.Nf?TTIKNINO TONIC.
(Net ? ?M.i-i?y pu imi...i i .
IIOOIIAM S r.r.riMAV BITTE-SB
HAS **_B**0_M-D MOKI < ugMB,
ggOMt DITTER ?-ATISFA?TION
lIASiMOKETl.s'IIMONY,
?.dim aaaa aapaeahk paapk io~aae_farla,thaBi_tj
tut.ti illicit iii t)i< ruik.t
Mi it t? ?io i m ic ?< Btadtal '.tu? ???.nu n, ai i
WILL TAY gijmt
Hag . i? wbc w.n pm. .i, gjp ? ; a?sdb**aa*_IS*
lit? I l-l. u,ne.
lil*: Al E Ml IE I*.,
that lins BITTE-Sft KOTAUOHULIC,
OOtr/AIM NO K1 M nil WHISKY,
kSg) CANNOT HAKE Dill NKAlU's-,
OMtgU OOtm HIT TOM? IN THE WH1II.P.
EU \1> WHO sa. s so.
Kerii. ib* tie. Lavia li- k, Fastst ef the BaptistChareh,
i ii rioel v ' i -'u- North Bsptl i i ri b,
|-i....ui,! ? I Pattor of tbe BsptiitCI ?
Ta
I sore kaowa Hoofland'i Osrmss Bitten favorably f. r t
nuin! rr ut j-.ir*. I bsvs aisd tbt-m b tay own tee ?
l,iy, asease ab wee Induced I
sssaassaead them la away others, and knew thal the] ?
?iH-iaitil in ,i ?i:....t ..y bri.ei.iil manner. 1 tu?? |r?El
ptfEseli
?Ital.tlOl ef I! i-i '.IK, I' ii wil'i tin- iii?. - ? rblal
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triu'.n ss tka :.-.-.? ty reos rsSBediei
?'!- :? ..t ti . m
ir.lrd lit t Ti "t Hoeflsad'i ? i
by 11 r?. t ? who 1
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t try them. I a ?? ?
min to P st sal ?*?!? ?. In ? ':? m t .? ? - i .
??sich " Bitters" me?s te bs Is
r ; is ci ramai ty in a sly
WET. auii lbs ten.li ?. ST, ?' mu.y a
i r, i.iy :?
: t I li it witk I'M;? i 1!. . t.
?ot ruiij- , the i ! rvons system, wes
im ?. 11 an,!.'.' ? a j. i -.. i ti.at i .my.- derivad I- ?' i
|-*rti>aiifi.l leirlit Iroin tit a?? Si u *SW lili ?a. Y,-:y
Oi I). ??EIUE1UKD Me. HA SkssksmsaoB-st
Pkom 1.1 si Editor ofTbs ColtortsI No 2-' Bsrtk
Hatk it
fill' EIi-.Ljy.IIA. I
Sun.. , Igkfe snmonthsib ? - h
rTipr? -ia. ' i?a? io ' ? .lu it: ? it
toae-iiiiii tr??? .lull?-?? i...t biui U t ou s io debilitated Bl to be
Bl?i?t untitl J tor ... tiv? bnsli,?B? "i say ?:: .1
Ai rr try ? I ? ..ra ? -.- of -ou. le.I ? : of wiilc-h
preved wusi?see, ' ?? ? i ?. ?i it tbs insfsstion si ? n.r.ii
a si fi.?iul. la ,,? ?? iii . ? . . Kilt, ri a ni.. .
lliE.'y pure???ed lix bull ? ?. ? . I wera I ?en ia s uniaii-i
I .wil n y. ..! titi
The te- ' . '. :>?!.". i loft
a *lrr ? ?tin?; cr titina-o?, a? ?? - ? '--I T,-?ti,riatir,ii of ,ir?. ,au. ?u
U ??? ' ???>?* tr* ???' -???????? a????? or rews ?.ta? impunity, ?ud
sa i ?bl? to ?li? tid lo ti! ti? ..um ilit.e. of a k?rir ami ?t.l on,
la tien? m well na ?ey metioi ot xa} tbegoeietocU
oi ?be tittt-l* ?Atie n ?li''-ted lllfsis I kai tuaer. the Iii?!
hot He.
I have eIbo stTrcd ?l <r, ti.?/ family with trio napple?! I ?
and lake great el.mun. In adltil .? my IsbHsbs ,y lu I
BiEE y others wiii) I.-**? lern tmetnrd by th :u. I find ,!? 'El
be?* bt tri iii ikl iae I 1 ?i I ot'.le lo ti:- SpnSBJ md Kail. 'I key
mat) m ? ernte ? tieoio ?? ?ni? it? I I fitoea healthy leos to
theil ? tito ii. b;?!i?!..t iininit? dite.uve power?.
[f I i? iib'.trt-'i atony will I?? the means of lndociafl tay
?I, .fl.r (mu, dyspsssis to ir>v>- ?otu bitters s trial (wbas
ii/tf, a-1 couti?!??*., Brill ?rivi tka .- at your service.
y, -, ti..:? A .M M'.lNHI.Ut.
Pinn Ri? B MsriigS, ft*Uz if U.e Pt?r?y mk Bsiitirl
? I ?
Irian 'lie mau) rssssclst ? reoooin . : dstii n- riven to Dr.
i I's<>.riiiss billen I wa? Indu ???! to five tbsm ?
tri?! 'Y .tri u.a.??-a va ral ItOttle? I fou ii I BBS ! be a . -1
Ituallt fl.1 lla-blJtC "I'd B U.i.*al Heal.'I.t tOtli I th
Elva.Mli. D. MEKKIOK
?*r?o. tiri Prv YVt, imlinltb, .'. x-mly Pi/tr.r ni t>?
Vi? .?itsw.i ami tUPtW <N J) Beat?t Charchas 1'
pMa
Hat hat a?'?I Iii my _milv a ?cimi <-r of lou.? of vonr
Ile? fli e?Jt? a nrwi Bilton I'bav?-lu Ity thal I * surd tim,
?? ii, r i oallen: meiiirme, perij y *d?? ted to reaers tlie <!..
?sir. i t??-y me sbsssbsb.. 'neil for. Tln-y strenftben and ii.vis
?.rtl? ti ? ty at au, winn ais.i itited and a.? u? lol in Ahotdi i
a ths I ??J-. lost of ?Slrt-til". le. I liS'.e t-u r? ,,i iiia-nii-tl
?hut, to ws.-rtl tf my BiaadBi who h?7r (ried linn and
?oui.d !| l-i. ifl-til.lv L tut? al in tile re?'cr ?ti uti ul liealtu.
J?iun, ui> VVIIjI.'AM SMITH,
No. ItU 11 u?.i.i;.. nit
eitin. the Rev. ''"IirauM *?Vmi?i, V. D , F ?J la? of Basbor
oath Hat'li.t I ??ni
DsahHib: I xnl it imto toot eiei-.'.rnt yxtyvili'i,. IViiiI
laiaaj i l.rrnitii l,a*j**!t ?'??ii n ? te??iiii"iiy lo li.- IsssSTed
seputation it bat ?bta?*d I hut? .'. r ???-?;.! Hasa .I
tooublsd with ia-,? AlaoiJrr ir. my tiru! and BEBT? ?
1 WEI sdvited Ey u tri?ud to try ? bottle of yu u I?, nu ni li I
ten. 1 did io tnd hsve ei|.??i.ei. ?<! liri at and BS?OSStsd
/sliri, luy health liait ht??? ?atry s ater?? y l.r?,4t?d | ei nil
?t iiliy lerem m?i.d ti e lili?1? vvtit-re I neet ?r.b BSSSS ?iuu
lu lo Bay own, ?nd li?t* ttatr? taisi Wal hy nany of Ihat" I J'~
sBeiU II..t*. I...... .. t?..., T. VM.MKH
Kui. '.rv'^f.'', l'a.
B-WAKK ov^nonitrihi
8-x??titthe ??.i-Bt'is ti "C.'?j,-L J-UKSO*?'1 is on tU
BmH+i ol ?uti boule.
TK1CE. '
-?OLE BOTTLE, Oh OR A 1UU.F li OZ F. N Fun gb.
?Ma?ild your cette* diwtll't net biT?*? ?? .?rtii le. do not lie
Bat off by irsy of Ibe intoxicating ?.rept-vatioi.- that may Im
Attditi iii otmct, but uin4 to ui uni t?'S * ?.1 forward, .e
aarily latxJied by eiptit?
fBl*faCir*a_ OFPJCE AJII> MANUFA? 1C*?T,
K?. till AAC114IT..
PHILADE1.PHIA, PA.
* i JO*!-**? k EVANS,
(8s?X?a?0li to C. M- J??.*emk Co ,)
pLoprieton.
Isissaiby DrorirUU ?:d Dialers in ?vei.T town In tbe
?Um ?asa
H. T. IILLMBO-.DH
tiBVQ ABD CHEMICAL WABEIIOI'SE,
Ko. fi-04 BKOADWAT,
?VBOLEBALE AND RETAIL DEPOT,
BEWVOBK.
FROM WASHINGTON.
OO SPECIAL DISPATCHES.
. - -m
CONGRESS.
-???
A Proposition from ?Mr. Line of Kanni.-?'.
Tbo Civil Rights Bill Passes (he
Senate Over (he President's
Veto?33 to Ilk
-.+.
BROOKS VS. DODGE.
Mr, Brooks i? U_seate_-84 to 45,
andfl?r.Dodgo Admit bed-7 2 to 52.
MODIFICATION OF TKST OATHS,
-?^
-Iircei-aneoiu Intelligence.
?\ IIHISOTOB, li.?Jay, | | ni f?, 1886?
TUE (I'll. 11H.II lil J li I. \M> IHK VKTO.
'li." paaasge oftha CMl Bighti MO stn the
Veto to-ilur, ami Um exeitameal lu .'<??? nn?l .?I ??:.
I nth un ti) :e.v-"il? :n ii-lj- nil el-?'. 1?
I of "ii.?- M ?*"?? l'.v K. :. m I..m* looa
?bowed lint I.?* hm] taken bil final po?.t?<?n,
!;? 1....1 i." I? '.* r f ii. lii-t nii-'lit ii I !
l:o ?ni, iii rote far Um bUl - . ?? n Wot? hsadled
l.iu? ?i ith'.i;! -.'lik--? u:al lia* ?JOOg w ?lli.lr.vr l'roai
Um ?.. The ramil noa nagi *.i
I ' k j?, in., ii bes.*" tho-wei
tell md Um ?i.ir ; 'l tkerebj ?a ??i?'"
I N 1 ide I the '.',*? [ Du ?n hying
.?!? to '.. .r. ?? in? i oat. 'iii? ?'""ii bees?askagwa,
ii) 1 ?i.l bopa Qg the veto waa at on.*:
al nu?.??..? ii. Besstof Wrighl h.nl bess I
i, the fieosts t'-eiiij far the Brat Una* hat ka gsss
re Und to s sida rosta. Al about ii-.-, in., it ivai ru
ruin' ?l ihn' s. h. toi Motgaa woald ?rote tot tim bill
i Creslj soaeodod tiii*t the rata
I ooald not bs pseteoted. .?*. i ??. na., Mi DooUtUi
having cloaed kia d?fasse of kia oaa a?ara
ulai? h he ti? ? laggd Le ihoold not regpeel ti,-? i.. -
?Stars Of hil Stat", Lut V.'D'.ili \k? I...ia.? politise!
retiren,on? witj j>Hn: u:n ?M nr>i>n ?*? if, i'iiultl me*
tlie- Stute! Ml lu,? L- n. Uk -i l'lnd-re, ti? til* 111 ij.?,_, mt
many agfleaa defense ?'f tkSTsto,saisllaeeBte^
ready feir n rafa, ?SOTS*-?I Darli pat tho fissi
tai gggflg u two koon ????e?t,i, ii' itrljr gg ?ityiug tit
g-Qeriei god the floor. Ally, nu, Ufa Boase h.-iv.
iiig a?lj?)iinif], tit?? ___??__?_?" ra cr?>>>?l''i] Into titi
Bansto, sad on Dsrli B-g-j goadadiafl with Lil
?threat? that if suu'i loglalalkin un thi? bill auei the
|FlSSd_Ma*l Dur? nu Lill SS**S to bs )SSMd li?
I "?eiulel el?, all Le-touLl te? ili.-st ??r Um Qorenunenl
? but las threat? fright? nerd no ?jih*>, t d??z?*n
UBengfagg ggksfl for Um fjaeottoa?? bat lb Bsals?
1 .ty ri?6o tu ?.??ur tut his -ggnndltioWl >f C??n
**n*?"s, and to bo-.I that in Delaware the law
Ugolfl not bo ngaeatefl, tksl his jiooj.ie:
lw__M trainj-lo njiuii it, ami .hat tin
I Bailee! laaaton tram not wolj dieaata lata,
I Bal rivohi?oiiir-ts, a+'iiin tho fjnuatioa wan culle-d
; for, whe.-n Mr. Tlfal remarked tb. t Lu he.jn* ' ti.?
? aooJdgo on and do their d'lty. Hut Mr.
Mil'. Ifsll must vTiWito poffg tiinc.SHit unlike Da*
vi? lit* garer talki fttj I Mg, ami at C-.l-'i j>. va. th?.
rull-C-ll C'?iiiiin-iie ? ?1. Wh? the name of Mr. M? a
(ran v._w. calk-el, ami Le voted " ayo," ?io gallen!
began |g gpflgSil. but the Chair iir<-ni?itl*" mp
ygggggfl it, and tbo call went on. The? pom Iss-fal
from Vcnpiiit, Mr. Edmund.., was not in when hil
name wari esllsd, but Jagt b? fore tho result wai ga?
m.unce ?I, h<* e-amo in, and voted " ayo." Th?"ii tim
C1.?tir annMg?Mti UM ti ?till, 33 Is 15, and tho pal
I.-r.? I broke out ni loud cb?MU bti ii?i?lause. Tboj
we-ro or.lertd lo be e:le:are?d, but tia ch?*'*n:ig wont
?.ti, until the* B'iti?euce> wiro all gone. There aee-me 1
t.? be ne> h-ggiag, BO ?liss"Uting voico?; all aeeiicd
gloioiihly BspH MMt the result. The ?Senate goob
.i. ?j o i rued, and via: y ggggjsfl around the Souaton
4o congratulate th?:'n on their triumj?h.
MILITAKV (laAIMS SETTLED.
In Mtrcli, '-"('?.nT-* njilitary claiuj-i wera Bot?
tled by th* .Second Controller.
VRtiMO'l'ID.
aUent.-Cil. J. ali. Taylcr, Captain ?th United
Stt?ci Cuv-Jry. Biiil Aiaintuiit Adjutaiit-liom-riil on the
M.ill "f'?'-II. An?, l.r, lui? 1? ?ti. J .rnili'it'i'l to Alltltailt
AiljiiUui! Geut-riJ in the Kegular Army, with the rank
of Major, vice Geo. t*eth Willlaiut. decoaied.
CCITOM!" ?WWII
at the following port! for tlia wee-k endin? Maroh HI,
aeee 9oM.Ytgb, ?ji?vajh-, liaiton. t**.i.<i.?i?, l'liila
elelphia, g|t>,301, Ualtlmore, d-JAll''. During tbo
same month the receipt! from ti id lotrce from thn
above eitici amounted to gl3 t.N.t-'t', of which mm
nearly 'JO per cent waa contributed b-Zi-** .fort of New
?ork.
INTEHKAL REVKIftg
xe?_>eipti to-day, gejO,74!_.
The Commliiloner of Internal Revenue, ond?IX the
direction of the Secretary of tho Treaiur"*, In tbe
aiieaiuient of tho annual income, will not require of
farmer! tim return of the value of their farm product
?yii.iui-ii'd by themielvci and familiei. The InitractWim j
to A-ueiiorg now Wing prepared wdl expreuly 99?MM
i/e Ibu relief.
BllOOgS-DODOE.
Tho roj.?ctioa of llroejks, and giving t!i?* -
to Dodgn, han been expected for soveral dayi. Tho |g>
temperatao ipefch of Mr. Drooki loit him l?verai ISSN
who were willing to j*iyu him the benefit at the doabii. ?
Un had aoliolpatad tbo r?iuH for K*ma day*, hut for tbo I
Inst diiy nr two he had hopes ofseeurinp a return of the
ciwe to the District. L'o bid his friends a Baal tafe*]
will on llio result bein? announced, ami tl.oii left the
li..u-?.
TBXAS.
rriivi-iiiii'il Got? Ban_l?os is reportad bb
Nata lo ?VHshlugton to see wliat Is to be dune with
'lein?. TheBeeeaataatata have totead upon thoentiro
j I'tiliticnl ?'iintrol of the State, and Me curri?g every
thing nilli ti high ta?A
CMRUI *.r.-.?]i>*?!.
Tbe ('ullinet had Hie longest teeekn to*??y
there hn? base tor i? bing ulule, lasting fur three huir?.
i ivlint Wim ,!'la> su? jeel of discussion linn not yet trans?
pired. Beear atetea ti>.t Jtir. Devil weat?eke el ti
gaaattafc
OOTB?jTOB of mom pana.
D is liiii'.nri'.1. thal dr.a-il ("luv Smith is tn ..<?
Bfpaiated fJeeeraor of Meal lae Territory.
THE I \.VKi;ri*T HILL.
A ?rigOfO?I attempt is bellii* n.min Io to*
tiall.ite mt I ? BM Uto r.aiiariil't bill, li'.t it? thuin' 1 nr?1
very ?lim.
TIIK T1X BIM.
will i'-.*?.' .ii'iy ba re| at. I aexl veek. ?\ aaakae a*
mr.' ! ? '.*.!! im Bided le ti ' ?
I with tax ea k. e-tadfe? It le prop.1 le rodea mai
mi tj; ', ?n cr ut.il n.i?, ead ?-?ti?k ? BBod ni Ita ?r aaaa
> fri-of. rt".
SriTlsTHS uT It? Nl.M 1,1.m I
1 Fbe reeorda ofth ? Solt*ier*a R? it, nt th.* Balti?
Ifeere aadOhla Railroad Papal, afcew, thatwerlag tba
? w, i ? tad ikalf nail,?m i-t ewe vera Baled for aa
lhey pi neil t.i ai.d ir i. wl.ii.? lu,:1? U?ken pa ?? i
witiu'i.t tuoatmj at -ii.
Till- 1.1 YU. hu.li I'S nu l in m BOUBB.
The Booie will pi ? the < ? I -i ? - bill on
Monda* "? 'lue-la?-, bj ?. thae a twa third vn-ti?
There aaaj betweatj a thirty iola tai
? ? 0BA*rr*? uti i
Tia-'tiiial le? i-i-of (?in. ?o.int wea iii'? nded
-.. i.!, ?.. by Beaatera, aaeaahaeeel* the Beaae I
kilala a aad atbsre i?tut- ? ?? ?; Baa of the anti brillia t
t11? w later.
\.- .r .J Press.
U U B SOTO! 1
MIN' \TK I* !*.< ?<<-. ".-.i,-.
1 he '?r i I'i'ii.iiL'- i.i i B ?? ?'
ITtlire t
la bj
tis House of lb pit
. I toi Staate '.i i., i ?I u i
?.,' in- ."Ht a stotl
n lira i ; ? a ? ria its tot ., ? hen
' ned ni ni : i ? , ..* ,r Jinan
i 'i !? ii. luil ab .?? n tb.ii
hi ??'?.'i ii i ni sen!
s I j ,. r- ; , . , I -I . .
i heir mu?.i? i sith ? .? . 11 Is in - i ? ? a a a rum 11 ? a
U .i rd p. a l fore a roto w_i reaohed,
? -.Te- iit tea j? r u I, i .1! ii
'?? ' ..iilbre ik of ?j-; ? Bl Bia
. roletl '??? i?n- i .i ,i !.i?'l 1? I.;!, th ?. t., t . ti?
? ??' n tinta ni standin i ? ?? I'..
thn it' : ad tn < !.i ii the gata ia ? ? ? ? "i ita
?trat loe, m I amid Ibe oi ? ? r,.,t. r i?
???-,., bit
ate ? I? laity. Yt i d the r? ? iii wai
: :'? i ? -i "r tbe r
api anse Ira.m ti io .- ?
1 a
? !.. ! li I? J- '- ? 11" . ?? li t , ? ,.
8 u at, aad to hue! I I rll the I :?l tosa u> i
willi the I'n-Blalaaiil? a 11, |.-.-It?u?. I li b1 ii _?,, l?s !??_???
urnnaidered, aa s provided bj the <Ism Walles* <>f i i
Catad Mata-?
r| ?_r<>n,.tn- reran si ni iii uo.tUBBM.
? The Pieeida * ? t?? Chu. reef Ut-dtt**
papers rdattra v the alala aa Ihla Gores?meat at ti.?
of ti Bil iblj k1 alelan 11 a eaptarsd -li
Ira ?. t.? t!,. L'aie ?i -?i ?las -' . ? Inward, sen) I Be]
? Wat far adjotlie lion bdoo Ho sappoaatoa tia- al
riolattaa ef the bloekadi sated lana a fort ii
ion i I Ibe I talOrgentS . , I to a ?!. . n e ?.
ibe District Coori f tbe 1 DO. lu tates al Ki J WV..: ; bel
tin nu ten claimed damages mr tbe i pla and dates
, til?n '1 '! Is? l ?m,ttougb, as ths .-v. ret .r> of Ki its Mya
, prim Ink ?.-. -ttiii : is 1rs!
. preaaated bj the Hritiak MinisIta lo ba eaaawersted la
aiiu.'.i '. uiul u |ir?-|K ?itiuli ?in m i ??? '.n.'.'illy it ?de to
? ' l.nr.i ;. .m,? to refer tin qaeetloa sa to the sa? proper!*
I due tn an iiifurn.il itrlulrau.ii. This |WU|msl
?: iiiiii wai E?*cepted snd ti..- award of ths
i .iriinra-in? i? *?e.i-j<i An ap] ropvtalioa afth!a aaaeaal
u raooBBM inii ti in t'n, erasa.
"ATt?s up oi ri'L
I The President aba Iraaamittad aaaaa taattoaa
?, fruui Cabibsl iiiiii?.'!'. addreaeed la kia by
ttoas nt'i-j-r?. snggaatins a aodifloatloa ..f the
oath af office preaaated bj Iba aet of Coas ? ? ?,
[iruveil al'i.i ?_' I??'J. Bs ! aili e. in i.t* in I bell It i um
ini-niliiiion-.. ami n? tti? m'ljeet p?rtalas lo the 11 ? lea
?nln ilaiatratka ni lbs rea.? aad j?.?*.ii tawsta tka
Boothera fatataa ha aaraoaly ooameeds I totheearty
i-oiikiiietiiti.ti' uf i ooaree* 'lia letter oft sBaeratarj
lof tba Trsaanry confirms the Bama af CaUsetors ..f
InternaiRevenue. Asssssor? Aasistaal ?,????...i? i ,.i
1.1 tm? md Barveyors of Customs, ?ti , spptdetad ali ? ??
ila? oTarthroa of !!,'? K? bt Ilion la lbs Bo libera Btstei
who hare eel beea ti* ti take literally the Bath
ni .,ll.ee |iie>i r.'.'il ti) the n't BpBTOTe? .li.It i, IMS
Beside thees oaVera ? oaasldersMs numbai, peihaai
te, taiejer eroporttoa of Uuun? baldiag mit?n dilute
poaitioBs Ib Um Barsnas Dep?rtemela? Sera boee ailsa
I unable to eulii|ily with the lei.lnreiiR'iit? of thu ilatiitc.
| Al a consequence, tbey have ?a ned withmit Baaaaeaa
lion, st their account? um..I nut lie uo.iii.it Vi tJ.?
j acooaatlaf odtoeia "f the flsisiaaaai Munv of Utoaa
eaaeera hera paaeaawad rare la^artaat dataa artth
AdeUty, ead nut a f?-w mutt be la i-reit dutreis by
l r< iiHiui of their inabilities. When the nyy uiilmenti
! w.-jn inaile, It wn? found that It WoulJ be illili, tilt tai
Li.il i-un?a i e iai i (Boon in in .ti.? ni tho Boat?ara Urn-mi?
districts wl.ii ?.ililli tulio thu oaih referred to i but m?
j important did it teeni tu the Fraatdeal atul
thi? CaMaat, for tka perpeea <?f *'|UBiizin(t: the
iiabli: bardaaa, timt tis Baraaaa antea ekeald
.?heil tnroni-hiiiil the r? eii.i.y r. oi llioos Ktstes
Ivtitb a? lutin delny a? lirai Iii nile, pad Hist tka un
i pleasant duty of collei Ung lakes fruin su Bthaaeted and
lately ii?l?-ilinn? !>ei>pln ?hould b" uerfunneil B1 her uw n
' Lili/eu?. that the heeietary of the I reBiury did nut baal
tate tai ricoiiiii.end for aiipointiin-nt, and to appin,!
. men of wbuie preiteiit lu)?!ty there wa? no qaestloa,
but who niighl, either willinnly or unwilling darlag
I the peeajrea of tha Babellioa, bia aoeoaaeetee atti tin
inmirifeni sinie and Caefcdarata Oareraaeat n to ii?
I tinabli: to take Ihe oath of nilli e. 'Ihii mis not donn
from any dlaanailtaa l8 dittreitaril tka Uw, but aith an
bonett umi Meera perpeea a eeltaetiag Ike raraaaaa
with ss little trouble to Ibe tax payers ai poiilble. '1 he
country wa? ia u peculiar condition; tba BabetlioB had
cometo ssudileu close, all rastaBBBM l8 the iiuthurily
ul the I'nited Mates liad ceased, and some,
seven millions of into-ila In a state of
tiller disoraTaniiation wero left without any eli ii gee?
???ii.o.ei.t whatever, snd without even An ade??ua!e
military protection agaimt auurchy ?ml Tiuleuce under
tbcbc t lit atiiituiices; a? it skewed charity to lau tba?
duty ovftli?- Kxei'iituo to procce.t at tom to citablisli
Hie Federal aulliortly and civil iruveriii.'ient in then?
State?, ??j It seemed to be BOOMeen t'? i irry late eil"it
the reve?an? baa of the (ieneral riuvurniiieiit. Aa the
i.'uintry was |..i??iiig from a ?tate of war to a state of
peace, and the emergency ?coined lo lu- too pretiitiK to
admit of delny until the me-etin?* ni Cmur'*.?, It wa?
thought that the lett oath might, in view of the (Treat
object? tu ba mtiiineil, in some cities he dUpCBaed With,
or rattjer that persons might be peimitud to bald
Keveline i'flices who could take it oily ni a ?imtailia? I
form. No ona conld have regrett??il nmr? than tin
1'resident snd tbs meoibcn of tho Cubinct the
necessity which existed fir thu course, but
there ?eemed to be no altern-itin?. and it was
confidently hoped that ander the oircuuiii.incei of the
ettie it would bo spprored by Congres? A moug those
whose name? are presented to the Pro tideaf, the Secre
tary has BO reason to suppose that then' i* one who can
he justly charged with being instruit."nt ii in luillgsting
the Kebelliuii, sllhough a few may have coniribuled to
I its support atad continuance. Booie ? ilk strong attu h
menis for the l"nloD had kOewed IheeXeteeJi wlu.-h
they lived Into the war against the L'eited Siu.tjs under
tbe'liiilcful influence of the doi trire of Ktate i?over
elgnly. home bad held oflloe under tho lmuriie.-it au?
thorities as the only meaos of aapportiag their fatin"v<,
others, to t*scaiie coiincniitioii, or ti ba iu a better con?
dition to rciist at the piiij-t r tun'' i roefedaaete rule. I
iS'ut iiiif is kiii.wn th have been a ili?uiiioui?t or un
?neml1? to the (jo*vcrDmeut at the ennuient emetit of
Ibu war. A very illg"*t change in the oath,a change that
Would not cover a partiVe of pr?sent Klisloyalty, would
eifsblo the nmst of theui tp liold thu offices they are
now eo ?uicoplsbly filling. Ureal ioss to tba t?overn
eiciii ?J?8il fTt-at ninojiTt.iiiu-juc tv tilt ?Utjjjtuimoat nuit l
rot-ult frota tho dlrcon.'.-niiance of their services. After I
.?tiling re ineiiit? at, large why tbt* oath should bo modi
fied, the Secretary M*fl Um Babetttoa Kr<*w out of au
ta(ioni?ni e?f utiinlon lie*tween the people of tho free ainl
h.av?* Stiiti'H - lliri lt'tritiiiiiitfl remit of adiffi-ronce of in*
?titutiorin. With tbo abo-tiea ?>f Slaierv, all real elif ;
hisass eg s?falas; asd all aeriasa causes of estrange-?
me IStSSSght r ii'iillv m .li- ipi' air. It will ho a niljmj
lty, ti? extent af which cannot now be es??aatrel. lie?!h
io tim nation mid lo the etuii-i- of civil liberty tbronffb- ?
?mt the worhl, )f. instead of looking to reconciliation |
?uni .harmoiiv, t ho action of th?* (jovrn
mi'iit shall tend to limden and intemify a see
tlesaliaa. beta-eea tie Iforthera and Hosthern
BUtaa It ii dill.cult to ct.mt-,i.* of ii mon* nnfortunu'o
eoana for Um "-overnaMnt of tin- Halted Stat?*s i?? par*
stn? than to make tix-(_atlierci?< at Iba South of men ?in
are Mungen to the people, it n?ie-?is n?? refaioaai to
hi-i'Kiy, attboagh It is full of Ics-eoii? upon this subiect,
to ilk?trate the total eoa ??,-? en of such a policy.
A pi?? n.leil to this li'tterof the S?*. rct.iry e?f the TreiiMiry
an tbo aaaaae Ig aansss ssttag as aaaooeots and col
teetora la the 8outbara Statea who have aat t.iken the
??.iib of ?.Hi- ?' ii it! tait ?[ii ililli iitioli. It i*? tiiol thal
liii-r? un-utiilo?litetlly oiln*rs wboie names have not
h? a n rea mil. It appeals Bael a l ?? 11 ? ? r of the Coa*
ii.:-?a'i.it if i 'ti ?t..n.? tli ii the.* f.iliMk lui? nnincil \> ISeai
ara Ihe on'y Cus!..ins officers whe? hav.- t ikei? tho oa?h
in a mokiitn ?I flinn I ?mm M. Mathews, ?Collector,
1. i*,'i ti Minni k VlrriaUi Willum -?Craft, Colh I
Georgetown H.C. ? uordoa Forbes bataryor, \
ga Win. I..'1'in, Barvej ?, C?tarlaatoa,& Ci *?'- m.
Bobin?os, Special Ki milner of Drugs, ead ?dgar BL
I. v ii m anil .1. y Wirker Appraisers, Cberleetoa,
s c. 'i he 1'? ita aatei (? icraLin kia eoaimai
iaya as a mensa of raatoriag Isa bealaeaa ?atar?atela
lae Bo? a- 1 ?.I ui'li: g iu tita r? I
r ? .'i t t.! lia ir I'm. tittil OB?! I' 1 it im... v, ,fi Uta (.?Veril
iin'iit. ii waa deem? I Important by the Prcaideatasd
? . b.ti. u th? m uti ihoald be latnda i ?l awi tam*
Ofltoee be ra-opeaad ia th? ??? m atoa n r iptdly n pani
i '". t.? r.;, ii- ii ei .11?, ina i i-a ? ?' f Hi?* Departaaal ai ro
promptly, ai .i iii-..- I".-a eeatlas a i> dlreetod
\ iir'.i'iis 1'iiiiiw? I'M? du i .l.a'i'1 to tho
ful irr* la ace? . that waa 1 d f"r.
I at that, i-i r ? fro a the oath pr< * rib? .1 h]
iu:? of ?I'iiv v. i-'j. .mi Haigh .i. IBU, bat eel
i ?a :? ti..- laaal ahila ?t haabaea the ose to which mj
tiiei tina hal been meut fteqnei dy called. 1 his a* ha
- ute'iu' I ta believe, has not ti.awing exctailrsly t"
n.i-ir not li? i- :.* I..? b1 j?**:-' m who fo'ilil ink" tim oath
hat ta the ?touted corni nsation, Boat of the otben ot
Bring ia-ai.. . -1 a : . a ti to peraoaa to n?t.-n?
poBtaaatari aad to the bawflttBgaeea of mai.y, who
alght etherwiBo act, to <!?' .a i? ?os?t of the lacon
renienei asd ooaprondis of their peattioss, ahieb,
the r fear, woaM ratall froatakl g t.'.- aath wbea tea
m.iji r.r ..i ihelr ra .? ? ? ? ? .. lad, la
'???nu* form, aided the Babe-lea. To obviste theeo dil*
n.-nit?? ? ia part, receorai baa ken had to the ? uti
mian'-f ???in.-a ai i- ? i, which baa proved to
t>n of doubtful otillt] !?? t:.-' i-i ?n ,-, ?tai n-. --it*.- h t
Hi.? ? . ;. i ? I the a pointaient of verv many Ignorant
pertx.ni ? I ?' 'I - "' ' ? ,: ?:
t.. .a ? . :.:?'.: .:?-, li.?- !'? ' a- li I '?? I
mel iBgg? tloa of ti?1* '"?lb by
".- sard " rele? larlly' imi
; rr.- lin?: the w I : I " BOSgbl M Hal UM
BoehlreaJ "Thal I bara neithervoluntarily
? --.i?'.i nor a. '',i"!. nor attempted t' ?wari ? I i
? 'i n. : ??': i of ?ai? "?! i??? b ttevara dar aav authority ia
' hostility to the l iiud States 1'hia woaUeatargeths
? :,.kk.'.u ...id iiiiniifv ae poa! Bastara aad
i ?i. ti.-? "i,[.?. i'ir- aad ha m har ? ? to I,nu
.? ih ti..-1-.* .?? ?' provlil m mal porpoaei of the aath,
indi :. Ita) the ipi edy r. ?? tal llahmei i <?f the
iin Mb to ti bei agi ?i nil las aae
tii.i.? of um casaI r, f.-r it Baal ba barna ia alatfl
??i la;-* Pie people of ihn Houthern State ?are mon dlreatlj
i ? r -?. >i ia thi restoration, ?iii"* Btataa are alas
it?.'ti i it may ha, ha Mya tateraiBBg M
knoB t. ni ef th? :.??"- ir -ii rootaa ?'i operation in tbi
tii-lok ?JP Ingeal al the Beb? Ilion, th?
.. i k a ?? ? ? . ^ n- ik hai baca n itan d ai d thal til MA
V.,-1 I? - l|||''ill.tli:' 1 IS al
I . ? .-' a ik.- I . . li ?a.i 11?. of it limit 1,177 o 1. li baSI
, i i .'., , Iii til li, ra !.. ' | I ..1 - I -I 1'
, | not -;?)-,'.'.?-?!. II n !?' li-'v.
?? t tjuti all oft in have not 'i as ?? bacanal of ii?
?ai'ii.
'I'litr V > ' i ?i ' ' '? II Bl i! ??lil?
In ji.-t.i.'i On l)i|iill uni', in -I. w of Ihn it.rlTu ."a
, I?,?I.I m. ?I?"?li '.?? ti?- r??l^|.iliij f?.??, i.?a ...
? l ? Um a.?.', t-ir a !a-i .".n.i-l.'i .1
i.ti, .ta ,n ..i ?i?, pmmuauilan tmrm len, ??Ifciwlt mu.
I ? > ? I ?* ?'.? I".? li HI.I...-lull'. ? .
la I", -tra i?t< r- 1. a. ? ..I conctudcB bj laying ha ne-ft'
?r.--- aaaa avili raaattlag from m panul ?
r. -t..r .ii. ., i.i the |. . tai n ri i ??? i-i til ?m-ilh.-rn St*!?-?,
i i.?n iiji.ia ti., bese ii? i" laa ?oraraaaaal ami to tin
i'.'i." sfaMsaadaa ot ikaeaastrj thal assld r?*su.i
' mSISSMN g' neiTBl ?eml ili.iiviit r??t?'r?tiuli "I Cal
service
1 In ia pesen !???>? been referred io the Coi.iu.iite'
?ii the Ii..lu ir?.
Ti!K O-UIMBtAB < "VIMIS.SH'N".
Tbo ?Colombian Commiaajon waaia ? riot
?? I? bear M* Carlile dlaaaai the qaesttaai
\ coi.'--?1 ? lb tha rials of 1 At, ant tim ? ?pltottoa t_i
?. ?t ?ir. et.ii ti.e ?t air,. ' j> . sapaay ai? i tin' Passau
. '::tiIr??-!.1 ? .... ; r ;. M ? ti lil- iat.lt-an ari/iiiiii til ii!
rrent Lr.ll. u i .. arid vii? riB-poiu!eg to by Mr S. S
Cm. wini ?,?"ke for ?ii thaeaBpaataa, asd by .Imlir?
i a..n ni Baa Beti tot Ike Dallad Btataa Bteaatahlp
? aaaaay. Tee eaaaa warn Wien Mhaatttod la the Com
n laaiesan aad the 0 agira, 'l ha gaaelltiaa lavolva ihe
m -t kalaraetlag poisti Ot inti'miiiioni law growtag
??ut ??f the tt*ii'.,a af i-if. aad taeeaatiaetef tkersu?
isad t'liiipa-iy with ?Set? i.raniiel? I'heir daaWaa
?ni Ik* loaned for with ?titereat by Iga ?'j maeistal
Mj.*..!, of Blaii h the Ialliinii- is the ?.'real highway.
nu. BurMBnrrr.
ThsTrsaaars Departtngnt bai reesi**a_ a dis*
|..ite?i'rom ti... D-UadBtsteaCaassI at Bb-BaU reta
uva t?? ih?- riii.i. rpeat, Uwloaiag aoaaf aaloailoa b !?>? I
ob Betaatlg* amtit?rliy, ikowtiu bya inrjce ??iioant ?>f
evideaea ti??i uti aaiasl an l?e i. ?_* ?r i.-ii*n? ?i..-..,i ?ii-;y
txev if ii ?loes ini ?aLil.it ilfiui of ?liionler WltkfS tea
da\i after N?If tMbOtoi to the . i ni i?.'i'>i).
XXXIXjh CONGRESa
FUR si:s.siujf.
W?MATA....WAOttMOtm April?, I'M.
?TIBMOBg?
.Mr. "fAB WlBXUI(Wggf Va.) reported, with
a mend in i* nts. the bill, inpi^enienlary to tlte scverul acli
r> 1 it ii.K t<? aesetasa an aehlitioiial section uf (lu* act of
Jilly II, I-?..', io lis to entitle hiij one to tv?? BBSaiase M
the sam? tune. Another n-ttioii ISSeSta lb* ?ullion/.i
tlnn to eVtiill clerks In the Tension Office, and otu
is ewers tin ?Secretary ?if tin. lutcrmr to di-tttl eUrks for
ti-- Bsrseeaa of taut section, or to lecure the more
clleclual execution of the j fi.-aiii laws.
Tun BATIOBA1 OVBBBBOT.
Mr PsMassen latrasai ???! ? inn m saaad Bm eel to
pr?vida a unlinual eurrenei, by a pl?*d?re of United |
Btataa heads whlah wus raw ra? to the ?Deatatttea aa
Finance. It amends section -1 m as io make it read as
follows:
And be it further enurtml. Tl.it upon the trintf.-r ?l.J de
livery oi baadi ta tha Tubibibc ai grafMad hi the f.?t?|oin|
..-. tim. th? Msoctatloa makiiii li.,- ?ime, ?hill t.? astitlad to
ri-rrlvr from th? (l.iu'r .Her ot the Currenry, i InruUtini nt.t?a
?! rlitterrnt it. iiiaiiiiiutliiii in hlank mil legiateirtl ami emin
ta-t.i,n'-J. >? h.-rnua/tar pruvidetl, >? ; .1. In pBSaat, lo lui
(..r narnu mt tim mann auston ulam? The t m-..-.i statra
Itortdi ao iiin?:.-ti.--l mil not -U-iivcrrii. hut not ei. m-dni| ?0
pal i-a-n tam of the ?in unit of ?til I uii.lt. ?t th? pir vilu?
iii.-iaoi, ir bsaatai _lana ?t * i?t? nut I??? lhaa a?? p?-r
centuui pat tmmm, o,A th? amount of ant'? larrulalllij noiri
to lie fniulilirtl tu ruh mu.uti.ni ihtill be in | r-|naitl..ti
to 111 pilli up rsiiilil ii ftiilnwi arl no mule: To
?"?eh ?> ?' ii.:- "ii trhote ttplul ?iinj? gl.i?".i, but
doe? not ?i ?-".I pi -'.".?I, to per rent of iurh
rutltil ; lo ?a. li i?.ori?!lnn wht.in c?|iit-l vu,vi?
gaa,aae, bal daai mt en-red g1 000,w?0. Ii per rent'nu if
lu-h i?|?l?l. li nilli muriatl .ii k? li .... capit4l ri .-.-.I?
f,|,l?HH??laiid dura mt rxire.l p I ' "',"?", ni prr lentmu ef
?ut'h . ifita! . to ?a li i,io.-lit!?n wboie ripitil ricredi
t.' "1> ""' '-'it 'I "'? ?."I ri- .-.-.I V I ???' '??'. SO prr i .-ti? nu nf
? ich . ?|iil?l ; lo .ia?'. ... l.ia.n trhoae iipltal r ?. n -I.
e ''??'"?', in irr . . ni .,,, o' ..,-li ,-?|.i-.?l. nal it thill be the
duly of the C'outroller of i l.r I'urrru.'V to letlre ind withdrew
Ir in i a a ?ti. n ill wi.ru or uiutilitril iiotri returued I.y any
?aaoi latiou whole nrrulit?Di notei ire In ?Itva? of the limit
tatt m (ni-? rilird until the elrrulitlnf notei ol ??li ?itoirii
tiou ??lalliir withiu Hie ratio prr?. rihrd for Ita ripitil ; lud
any ? ii.tltii l.ank in haiikinii ??.i.il?tloli oriiiiiied umlrr the '
lawi al ?ay Mute ?lil li ?lull ipply far uitlinnty to bri-nme i
Nalioml lltiik uiiihr th? n*t to whi'h tim ti-ction ii an
aiuriiilmeiit before the lit day of October. ISO?? and thill au
ply with all the rrq.ilreuient? of laid act, ih?I. If ?Uiii bink be
lound by the Controller of the Currency to b? in |ood ?I,ni
mi lou rrrdit, receive autborlty to become a Nitloml
lltiik, pi..val.il thal bmki of uuluipsirrd capital lu r-Ute
whlcb have heretofore ?e. urn! the leait retable amount of
- i- -aUilni Dote? auder the provision? of ?aid ni ?hill hive
prrf.n?m .- ra r.-rm?mg ?urli ?athnrlty ; uni provided further
thal the ?i.iir? ?moimi of circulating note? to be drlirered to
li ok, tli :? converted from State hink, lo Nitioml iianria
tmii, ?hill no1 r, aril tea mila n? of dollin. And new aiioil
??inn? n.ay I ? ai.aaii-1 In Stati ? and Tsrriturtrl which tuvs
hrretofore tecured the lent ntihle proportion of clrr.ilitnii
nutra uii-l.-r the |n?ri?. -a? of laid iel; iirotided the t->til
amount of tirriil?tlu( nutra to be drllieretl to ?iiot-U'ion? io
oigmlied ihall not riceed lift? rn milli..u? of dollar? until aftrr
ihe lit day of II t Ou, UrVri, wit. ii If any p-ntion of the ten
>uii:iii!n i>f .'in liiinaj neil?! ??" It.-ti for th- convrrii.n of ax- !
l?fijif Stete hink? thill rrmiiu ui.?ppr pri tt.-d. Ihr am. uut ao
r? li i ?HiJ i n? ililli I'? ?ned fur the .j?.-1..i?j'i a. of uiw a., i i
tloui i ?ilrr thi? ti'' lion
CdNWTKiN OK hOI'TnEKN BEPRtsKNTATIeiN.
Mr. I_?9 (Kauias, lutroeluced the followiu??* joint
resolution, n>ivh wm ordered to lia on 11??* (able and be
ntiotedi
Petilrei, Tint Senator? End R-rtreientativei tr-.ro either of
the ?ittt?t recently in in.iiirer-lion shall be idmiited to Con
Ci,--a wirri it illili latliftetorily tppt-tr that Nek Stale lit?, In
?cconlanc? with ths idvii-e of the l'reiidrnt of the United
Statei. |.i.-r.l law. nu'lilyiii' Ils f lldlssnns of .Sei ?..ion; rati
fylni ti." auirtidni?!!? of the I on.titntioii of the I'oited .St?1"! '
tboii.hing .?avery: repudiating all label debt! i re
?he debtt of Iks l'nited State., ind extrutiing the i-iertive
framiiii? to ill mt!? ??rr.on. nf color retidiug In .aid State
over twentyon? yeiri of Eg?, who can restl tn? Con.titution
Bf tbs liiltrd Statei In the Engliih laniua?.-anil writ? tlirir
mm-?, and slio to ill mil? person? of color of like BgS sad
re.uirnee who own renl e.ttt? rained at not Iel. thss BM
and pay tuxei Iharsoa , piasMsd, that ?uih Senaten and Kep- i
retriitatire. ?ha 1 poural all the qualit?s?MS rmpursd by the j
Coottitatloa sod laws of ths Uaaed r?t?te..
Mr. Laxa said tba aboTS eoatalaed the terms upon I
?kiah Mr. Toheaee was willing to reconstruct the
Southern Striies. *
j Mr. llRiiWN- inquired whether Mr. I-.ine hud any
i??iir.?r,ee th it tho President ?vu? still iu f.ivor of the
prep isitlnn above etiunieruted.
j Mr. hu 1 have no ai.-uranco fro-n the. Preanent
m the Dallad state? oa that or hut other ?uMect. Bal
tia? 1 do k'l'.'.i-: that th? Ki publican pirty, of which I
um ?t Bamber, i? crumbling to pieces, and th.it every
day wa postpone the uve-turn of these Btetaa laaarea
the daatraotioB i-f that party. I know fur
]ther, Mr. Preaideat thal if both branches of
lbs Ceegrea of tba Dnitad&t ites puss lint Joiel reao
I lotion, aad ttis ?"resident does siro it, th?lit brings
i ? i i . in part r and tbe Prealdent of the ?epobli
aaa party agala in harmony, it will continuo the po
? litioai power ut ibis eoestry in tka keada af tket party.
Mi. Presidsnt, ! bare been ?tonna for months lo bair?
1 mum,!' the **r ?. i- ??.' it Iba Doited .states with the aa
Crayon theleoi af Ceagreea, l Ikeocktfeeteidep
I that thora wn? ? hope of escaria*1 such harmony. It
iii. i ? e i m tka! -uri" nt' t!.u Baakaeel thtabedywero
dlspossd i" karmoaua with tlio I'resident of the Dall? ii
Siui's. I propoaad tu go very fir to secure thal hat?
ti-.'.:,? jraterday. VThiM BBno.Bg i?1*1 eearea we are
lawaiaaed by eaa of lae ama riadictlra
t lal ei . i .ins" Bade iil.un any Ofltaial by either frieuil or
j op] ui?.-i ii froa i.." ?*?' -Lalor I iinii ?il.in <Mr. Wini".. li"
i liiirg-'i u.? perso ii:, ia!, a maa waa fur two years
??v. i ? ?da o" u i ?? hi _ 1 taarned Is raapeet and aaV
dis SjbUity ead bis tatearity. ead to
I love foi - '.?it.i", ? iii-i'i w!,mu I ii. iltared I
originated is ti ? i u did?ta of Iba B? ? abUoaa p ?rt) tai
oin the gift aftas party, a 8MB
wbtjta I arcad apoa lbs Sepablieaa OoBTentioi it Bal?
timora as their eealidatei a atea eboee eieetlon I did
t to ? ireagaiBatl t frisada of the li
from Otk*. In the moot erith al momea! of our pel?i?
e.ii eaapaiga I waa aallsdapoa ti dataad the aaadl
al.-, : .-i of ii.- Bepebileea party atalael ea Maadi
?millar to tint made by UM BOBBttW frOM ObM
U':nle i yesterday. I defbaded the aandidaU
.i' ins ii' i| -.. iii. an party a***?aa1 that BaaaaB,
lad I dafaa I the I'resident of iba _8| ?
I party np dast ?i slaltar assault ?rum the Beaator trun-t
I Ohio to-day. A despot l Adlotetorl In what i
.-?n reconstruct tba rabellloas State? hu >iy?:
lu ?lui it.oil '.f ti.ti ?li ?Les of tba I'ougressof tho Dotted
11,en Mr. Join ?"ii t' oh lu? seat la Iba Prai len
ti ii el.mr. 1 i-k,Mr. Prssldest,wka i, idCoegreadoBa I
1 .? ? bad done tkis Mr. I.nu ula had Baked oat tit
policy of reconstruction, adopted by Mr. ?Tokeeoe aad
. a tinea, ami lbs pt opls of t! e I'nit.-tl
Statei and the partr to wai h iba Mattoe from Ohm
: a,el n | .. liad Indorsed by trlampbaal aa.
i .r.t.. i, t it form of e racoBatraotlon polier, la rio
sa of tin- Congress ef tke Dated States,
. is a despot foi propoatag lo reeeaateaot Ika it.
?urieeiiiiii ir? Mate? boob tia theory axpeeasad la thui
! Joint ri rittiiitini, annulling the ordinances of a
11 ratifying the amendment to Ibe Constitution, stoiisb
ins Blsrery, rt padi it la?: Ike Ksbsl .1? M or Ceafedex its
I debt and indorsing ths National iii lit, and aztendtoi
the righi of sud u.-" to ?iii. ?atorad atea wkeeaald read -?h?
Paitad Biatea aad slgathslr aaaa,
and to nil ea.li,ml men abo paid tui.?s u?nm t. ??? ii
I of rael estate Mr. President, 1 aaaal aeeeBTeraaa!
11 with tbi .*?.::? ?? ??'-. ?lor frea ?Ohio aa be l8
' !? it I w ill i enture ino Bti'-rtion that nut .?ide of New
i indi en-is not aalegtaBtete latbia I
. ? .te I? ?t will by i? najofitj vote mi,.it e !'.? BOUC'
1 ..ii', nstnetiee adrl ed bj Presid at Jobnaon and si
I ?m.! In tba joint r.'?illation. Jfoa ian. I ?co ha
? | f.re Ud (Hujilu of llii? BOaatry on a polic;
^u it.ve un jua!.'.. .1 e.lVia,.-.! to the bin ks
Vi u i ii.Hut Inul a Stu'.e in this Dakin, outside o
' | Ne'? Bnclaad, la my Ju.lumeut, that will baissas such i
K? stint it t.i tia' qualification clause as tti
j I'ra-Biilent ?if the Dallad States r?"i-..uiin.?iit!?, am! yoi
inn | irrv II s K"|ii.l. u- .n l'iiiiin l'art? evei ?where am
II with unanimity, a dsspot, fur BiarolaiBg u oonatito
. im:: ii richi la reteteg a all of this body I Mr. Fraal
ilin!. boa ti.e Beaator tram Obla eeeapad tka poattla
; occopled li? Praaideal ?fohaaoa, Ia bt Judgment b?
??.i lui'! ratead tka DlTil Kights ts.Ii. Adaa] I
i ' What is the exercise of UM raia pa ?er l It amoiint:
merely to a lute to reconsider witk the light of hi.
! T" MOBS, Wut'U. before, has the nereis.? of a constltu
j floral riirhtJ i?l li'il n jioliticul frisad nf tua l'resldeul
? of lbs I'nite.i suite? in deaoeaeiag thal l're?ii]ent as t
? a ?; it and a diitittor I 'Hie I'r?j?i<ient hu? bet ii Bad b
, Baw, ni By Jade-Mat ?a anxious to har Meules the .lull
11 cuities nf t_s i'nniii Party m any Baaatea oa this floor
If >ie aaa m..-? in the s-imo ?pint, ti.ai party ?ouli
llhaiaaaited s-'l this Deina would be restored, lln
Bdraaeee wen aetbyiaaait Qtaaadaaaea wera met bj
ilt'Liiiiei itioa Pram tia banda ufthe Kfpabllcaa party,
11 tip.m tin? Smist" Boor,ia laefaega wttboai \ **eraBa. Si
, far as I am ctiLu-jriied, Mr. rrasideat, I pr?posa t.-da?
' Mini heraafler t" take mv position .?iiiiij-eiiie of tbi
j PraaideBl of the lt?publii.au party, uiid kt.ii.U there tin
Ifiinob?fly defend lag him against tka Beaator baa
I Olio, as 1 defeaded b s predecessor ag uuit t he Somum
i irwiii Obla. Mr 1'retident, 1 vu. ?Id be glad to hutt
I thal resolution luid upon the table for the present anii
i pt titi I.
I h?? i lum?TI at ord?r will In? fs_ani If tLerc be no
? objea 'Hill.
Mr Wade ?I cannot say why my friend from Ksnsi?
lis ?u aaarelaad this mstalag. I do nut kaawwky h?
?houlil N' so shucked bj m yllni.c I Lue ? ij ur done.
Sir, 1 bite ni laiuly said Entiling in t itontlou to tl.c
I iiruject of cm strut ling the States that Le now brings
before n?. 1 bel,.??.-, fur th?> first limo. Wlnta it wus
ned I thoagkl it read very well, i am not at ?II sure
flint I should in t be ferr willing to aeoeptlt. .'want
linn? to consider iu 1 don't know thal I utriild accept
it I don t ?nuke any pledges of that. 1 havo said no
thing ni u) posit?a to hi? proposition, for renllv I don't
know wbst is iu it. I thought it sounded very weil.
Hut now, rlir, tor my atta?-k upon the l'resldeul of tbo
1 ?i.t"tl States. As a Senator upon this door, I care no
more for the opiomn of the JPrcsidei.t of tho Daitad
Srates than I dofor that of any St natur un this floor.
Who is your f.-esident that any mau n it bow t?i his
.' opiiiiou, if you plena?? I Why, Sir, we all know
I i nu. Ho is no strarger to ti.n bodv. We
[??aie measured bim. Sir. We k.iow ka hight,
hfa length, his bfeudth snd hi? capacitv all about bin',
anii v??u set htm up as a iiiiragoii, and declare here upou
the iworof this Seiiuie thitt yon are going to wear his
cullin,. Is that Ihe idea that "uti aro MO*** to lu lia
Bpoloftisi ?nd defeudsr on ??iiateTer lie tua?- proposa I
| I? that Jb? understanding ef tlio .Senator from Kansas t
I do nur thivk that hu aanitltuonts ??ill bo qui) rat?
lied ?? i tli *>o bro id a declaration, Unit he is lo i. tar anv
man's coll? r aul follow him wherever he muy ga Did
I use harib launsage toward the I'resident y",?st.?rd iv I
All I said, At. I stsud bv to-day and ft.revor. What
was ths yueiiio-i uptin winch I made these observs
tionsl What hw been the opinion nf thu President
haaetaakeel Irkei kee fceee his aetlea sim-ei Dow,
Sir. nre3,(*0?>,0?X.*of people, our friends, trends to tho
? io? cr?ment, wl?? have geiu-rot ?'come forward in its
diflieolty io help u,? Ihrougti the nar sacrificed theil
bl.mhI and their liv/s to maluuin the tint an our ridn
wbo were faithful to us through the wholo of the dirt!
cultT. everywhere asMitlug ur bravo soldiers lu the
ti. LI. snd laying dow? tbeir ?ives to maluiaiu our prin?
ciples, and minister t.x every wuy to !.he comforts
ol our bravo men whenever they fell into the
bends of thean worse than uvagos that we were
warring ? it li. and noa-, Bit?, these mon labor uuder one
of the moat frightful tie?puf.'siiis that ever nettled down
upou the head? of maukiud. Three millions ol' pc.i,.,--.
Sir, exposed to outrages and Insult, und murder, from
these worse tbau savages, thst.r former masters?mur?
dered, as we are told, every day, their lives token away,
their humanity trampled uuder foot. And when Con?
gress, uuder the Constitution of tho t'uited ; ates, ii
endeavoring to tender them som? little p.-otectioo, how
aro we met here ! Kvcry attempt o! your " Moses" lias
been to trample them down, malling then worse and
throwing eiery obstructiou lu the ?vuy o! nnythiug pro?
posed by ('ongretss.
Mr. Lane (??aiisa?)? "Will tho Siuator from Ohio per
mit un- tu a. k hl.il iH|iie?lli.i,l
Mr. Wadu?Certainly.
Mr. La>???1? the report of your remarks of yesterday
correct i
Mr. Wade?1 do n't know. I never look at Thi Globt
to see such things. I suppose it is correct, and I am
not very apt to take anything buck. Mr. Wade contin?
ued : How, Sir, stands this matter t Tho President of the
L'nitud States did, at au earlv period, prefcaa to be the
protector and friend, thu aloses of these men. to lead
thuin from bondage to liberty. Dow hat it boon I He
bai, io all aj'jearsncei, become their Inveterate, i ?mul?
len foe?making violent war tpon any member of Con?
gress w lit. il..n i to r.air.e? htsiolce ora/ne '? mto in
support of any hums. ... for the sincearalb ? 1 ths
condition of theso poor people. Talk to mo it the
President being their fiicr.d' Whoa did it en i|ipen
before that a meunaij for the relief of r.ng
lum,una?, as luna.1 and as ckar as this, WBI . with
UM vete m '.hu Praaideal af the l'nitej m ;- ?and
inul, :? '.. when ho endeavor-? to make lui ob) -, i.ous to
tho n...inuie without desiguatiug a single ataeaa of the
Coiislliiitniii that ha nralsndcd had ucs:i . lolatsdl
Mr. Laus (Sanaaa) here again Interrupted Mr.
"Wade, to read the following extract from bia (Mr.
Wiiile'i) ipecch of yesterday;
"The Ittue the Preiident nu mule with Con|re?i, til?
flannel he hu picked with Conireti from the very com?
mencement, ii nothing m^ir nor le?t thm a qncaliiaii of per
iai 'inn Hebel? lo occupy tl.rir old place? ou thl? floor i for th?
ottrr deitruction . f tin. Oovemmeut, m my judgment and be?
lief."
Mr. LAP (Kansas) laid, I ask the Senator from Oblo
to point to a ?inizle expression, either oral or written,
where the President of the United States adviied. ad?
vocated or nrged tbeadtniaaion of other than truly loyal
men upon the floor of either llonie of Congress.
Mr. Wauk?Is the Senator throught
Mr. LAIB?I am. Sir.
Mr. Wade?I most aniwer the question In the first
place with regard to tho treatment of our friends In the
South?three millions of people?I say he made a violent
assault upon the Constitution, an assault upon the
peiwer of Congreu lu these repeated vetoei that are
totally outii'lo of any reason. Mr. Wade continued
Ins animad versions npon the conduct of the President,
alleging that bli latest adviser was Mr. Voorhees ol
Indiana, who used to keep tbe records of tho Knights
of the (?olden Circle.
Mr. BlNDi.iCKI reno to say that the charge made by ,
Mr. Wade in relation to Mr. Voorhees waa not true,
aud he wished to give it a square denial.
THE VETO MESSAGE.
The morning hour expired at this point and tho Vete
Maaaaca was taken up,
Mr. Wade continued bia ipeech against the Presi?
dent's policy.
Mr. Lane rose at the conclusion of Mr. Wad? "I
?jpeieh nag lalel: The Senator from Ohio, for(rctting
I tho position he occupies, bal suggested that I have
?taken upon myielf the collar of the Prciident of the
i United Statei. 1 burl the luggostion into the teeth ol
I tho ?Senator from Ohio ai unworthy a ?So'iator. We
! wear a collar I The pro-Slavery party of the United
'States backed by a Democratio Administration, ius
t lined aud supported by the army of the United State*.
ciuld not fasten a collar upon the handful of which I
lind tho honor to be the leader. The fight the Senator
from Ohio made in the chamber?and a gallant fight he
muele aiele*d hy other ?Senators?would bave been of but
little 'i*, ?ii bael it not been for that other fight upon the
inn lies ol Kansas undor tho lead of your humble
?peaker. Ma near a collar I Inelictcd for trenton by a
pro SI ?very drnn.t Jurv?hunted from State to State by
1 a writ founded upon "that indictment for treason?a
' hurdred thousand deellars offered f?>r my bead I Jim.
Lane sear a collar! [Laughter.] Mr. President.
Where ver ho is knows that charge is denied as false bv
both friend and enemy. Mr. President. I eleiire to cail
the attention of the ?Senator Irom Ohio to the it-tement
I have read from I la ipeech yesterday. The President
of tho IJnlisd State's is not here to answer for himielf.
Mr. Wauk?I wish he was.
Mr I.ask ?gum read iho extract given above, and
?<tiil ho appealed to Mr. W.ide to withelraw the serious
aharge ho had m.de ?gainst the 1'resicont Toward
Iba toiH'liiMon of Ins remarks he replied that he referred
to tim Connecticut election. One moro victory lllea
i it, h" Mid, would ruin the Republican Party. It
w ?s the first scratch of the handwriting on the wall.
Sa wai sot the desastar of tbt Pieaataat*a ipeech of
.bl ..I of Pebrssvy. He believed tho President wai
(lsnghtar) waaa he made It, he bad laen pro
Voked t?? it l?v what ha.l been said of bim In Congress.
Mr Bl I? boah the floor, to correct a statement by
Mi. Line?, in relation to the pouition of Senaten an tha
Winter Duvii Kecomtrnciion bill. He (Mr. Brown)
he-1 voted for nnivenal iiilfrage in that bill, and he de?
ni* ! t? reiteiate that itatement, and lay that no prop
??1'ion at any time, looking to the readmisiion
uf the lately rebellioui Stat?*!, would receive bia vote
in.!.w it provided for universal luffrage without regard
to color or reas?
Mr I?'"!.itii.b said he was not present when the
? ivll Rlghta bill WM passed, hut had he been here no
ilu-.lit hu would have voted for tho measure. Since the
?t tli? bill in the Seuate te bad read tho very
nal s ipi e i baa of Mess?*!. Kingham and Delano ol Oblo
Bad the c?! ?"?lions to the bul as set forth In the veto
an -.- iga, aii'l tlii'io hud earned him to give the measure
?aati?' :?s:tleration. It contains proposition! opon
I " abisal men. men io whom we had uudoudtod
,. nndanae, diflar. Ho wished the bill could be placed ia
ehsrga ?*f the .luiliei.iry Committee, and that com*
tnittaa aoold frame one which would avoid the objee
? liosa releed t.? it in this bi??'y, in the other House, and
: Ni t!,.- l-'.xecitive. Ile wai desirom of preserving
? nautiotig between Congress and the Execu?
tive, lucie were three years yet of thil adruiniitra
? It."ii. dsrisg w hieb the country may live or periih. Ha
; I hud discoveie-d the element! of a colluion before the
of Corgresi, and he bad atriven and would
i atrita to provest li He saw among hil friends a dil*
i position to >?ct. toward the President ai though tho Ex
t ecutive were unworthy of their counsel. He deprecated
, thi_ (saUng. Gentlemen belonging to the Union party
? denounced otheri of mat party for supporting the
t I'li'sident and bis policy, and they called tbe President
. a traitor for arraying 'that policy. Mr. BooliUle pro
- eeeded to ihow the adoption of this policy
- Bag liv step by Mr. Lincoln and hil
r administr?t" n. Its Indorsement by Congress
. as lite as March of last year, the reiteration of this
f policy by Mr Lincoln in Uli speech, but three days be
i f.ala death, and the faithful adoption on tbu port of
? ' Mr. Johnson to the measure and policy adopted by and
i 'in prices! of consummation, when the present Exocu
I live lacoaeAad Mr. Lincoln. The latter had boen down
- I the track on whicb the car of State wai to move; tho
- ' tram wai moving on, wben In came some gentlemen,
: abo alala to be wiser than Mr. Lincoln, and throw ob
? , st ruc! ions upon tue track, and throw the car of State ofl
i ta ir.i.k. Mr. Doolittle said be bad received a dispatch
i ; informing him that the Legislature of hil State bad
j ; i -i--! a resolution requesting him to vote for the Civil
? Lights laII, ?no President's objections thereto notwith
t itaadlng, Ile had already set lortb at length bli ob
i Jcclions to the measure, and be could not vote for it.
i mid would abide hy the consequences. He entertained
? ; the highest leases! for the gentlemen oompoilng the
. Le*is'.'.ture ?fliis State. Hut standing where be did,
1 [ In* saw what they could not. They were at a d-iUnce,
I and Isiseseed by party press, and persona interested
?ina continuation of ilnorder in the South. Mr. *?oo
, , little read letters from gentlemen of great Intelligence
> sojourning in tua South, to prove tbat ihameful mlirep
, res-ntationa of tai* real sentimeuts of the Southern peo
' pie have bcou made by newsi?apers through their cor?
? retjiond nts. One of Mr. Uoolittlo'i correipondeoti
i ?ays that the account! In the Northern preis are mere
11c.iriiiitures of Southern sentiment, and that be hie]
? never heard e?f any compiracy, or effort, or intention ol
I tiny kind to roust tbe Government or the laws, or to
' oppress the negro.
Mr. 1Uvin rose and said he would proceed a good
, ib'jl ?ile nu Oeleiber rain, with deliberation and very
i much at his leisure. He proceeded to speak against
i ? the Civil Kights hill and in favor of tha veto. Toward
I the coucliiiK.ii ?! his remarks, Mr. Davn asid If ta? bill
> , now 'tefore tbe Senate became a law, be Sioulel feel
i compel? *d to regard himielf ai an enemy of the Govern
i..??at. anil to work for ita overthrow. He wauted no
bureaucracy te) govern tt.ii countrv.
i Mr. Sai i bbVBI took the ?door and laid: I rise toaav.
Sir. that in my Judgment the pasiage of this bill is tli?
inauguration of reveilution. It ii well, Sir, that tha
< A merion peopl. should take warning and let their
, house m order, for it ii imismitble that the people will
| patiently sub-nit to it. Heaven knowe tbat we have
; bad enough of bloodshed, enough of mourning in every
household. There are too many now-made graves for
inv one to wiih to lea more. Attempt to ex?cuta
thia law within any State of tata Union, and ia my
I Judgment this country will again be pluaged Into iii
C.e horror! of civil war. In my own State, an bumble
, State m patal of number!, but a State of gallant som.
I your law will never be obierrsd by the Judiciiry of
i that State, most of them of the Kepublioan party.
? lhere is not. 1 say, a Kspubllcan ?luelge, we never bod
| a J migo so deitel to tee teachings of tbe great lumlna
. riet of the law as to attempt to enforce such a Ha
j grantly uuconititutlonal law or act aa this I shall not
?again enter upon the constitutionality or unconstitu
; tionality of tbe net. But. Sir. If it be not grossly, palp*
! ably, flagrantly unconstitutional, than live and twanty
? years of some diligent study of the law bava avalisa
, me nothing. In coueluiioo, Mr. Sai lkbl'ST predicted
that tho passage ot thia bill would lead to bloodshed,
war and disunion.
Mr. Yatkh simply wished to aay let the Union peopl?
of this country and tbeir Senators and Heprcsentaiiv?_a
march forward in performance of their duty, and let
them do it now ?rd hereafter.
Mr. McIXH'.iaix spoke of thli bill m revolntlonar
and unconstitutional?ona of a series of revolutionary
measure! cow bofors Cor.greii.
the vote whs then taken on the queitioo, "Shall toa
bill pass the President! objeotioni notwithatsndlng "
aud tho remit wai ai followi: ???-?
VRAi-Mritn. Anthony, Brown. Chindlsr. Clirk. fenr?.
Crurin, -.renwell, Ldinuudi, temaolen, Vottet. Orimei H?.'
ni, lisndrnou, Howud, Howe, Hillwood, L_i* lind )'Hut.
(au. Morrill. Nye, Poland, Pomeroy. ?nuna? She'ru-i
ant*??, Mow??, Sumner, Tnuabull, Wade, Willa- Wil!
!... .? Wilton, Vl'.rl jil. *"
N tvi?Mejin Buchalsw. Cote-ait, Dtrit,'DooliUU, OatbrU.
I riidin k. R. Johnion, Lane (Kin.) Mr Dougall. Neiwith,
borton. Kiddle, Saultbury, tan H tnklt, Wri?ht?It.
Abisht? Mr Dixon.
| Hie nanieiiof Republic?ii votlni "No" ire 1b Itali?. 1 ?
i.D Tbib. '
Wbeu Air. Morgen recorded bli vote in the affina?
tivc, the galleries applauded very loudly. The Chair
ttuuounceil amid freut applause that the bill hartog re?
ceived a two-third vote had become a law, but tubs*
?lu-ntly corrected the inadvertence by Hating that tb?
bill having received a two-thirds vote had passed the
Senate.
On motion of Mr. Tri mbi li, the Secretary of th?
Senate was ordered to communicate to the House a
copy of the veto menage together with the result of tha
vote, abovo glvon.
iii? Senate adjourned at 1:30 p. ni. to meeton Mon?
day next.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
HY.SO!.VU*. FROM MILWAt'KEK.
Mr. Paink of Wisconsin, presented reeolu.
ti'?;.?, .iil.i,.tail by the Chamber or Commerce of Mil?
waukee, lu regard to the Bankrupt law? which wera
referred io tho Select Committee on that lubject.
I K1 VATK BILL*.
The regalar order of business being the call of Com
mittet"? for reports of a private nature, Messrs. Par?
ham, jlardin (Ky.), Taylor, Sawyer,Lawrence (Penn.),
Stillwell and ? .m Aeriian, from the Committee on lu*
ace Twelfth Pase.

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