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T'llSF . KNIN'l at tocl..ck. theoper? 4 MM ? ALLO IB MAS
?ll|K\ I ?oin di PoioJiett?, Csiab. Otliniim. A-li'.lli?.
lim i klu/io.
?VALLA! K s im A I Eil
i I '.'-. all IT IS NEVER TOO LATE TO MEND
M . ? I Bete -? ? ?. 1 - Mart
Ueo?i H ? I. Yeeaa HeWea, B I Riaaaelt. Hiow-ae. WT ?..
? .id Ben ,*. VV | ..?i, \V Hkimon P ,p? Wird
I'm M--, in? Buri?, Min M ian M,n K Bil
l?,..?.t _
NIBLO'S GARDEN.
^ - ! '?"?-i v I Til! LADY OF LTOMI Mi? Ila
I Mr. J. I Cowper. Mettra Baraatt lit.ton li.ml? i Bl ry
I' ? '??? II *? Mary Wei ., Mi.i El**?'ti
OLTMP1I THEATEI
"?(., M H THE TUBES ?.I AKDS.MEN
W INTER HARDEN
T'TI I s. ? . . ? -i-. VII ..* THE M I VI!
Mi ? J Mn r ? Bl m
Itlli'VDVV A\ rill ATI II
T - El EUS KO, bl..- illaabaaia MA/l !' ?A
Woods THEATER
T.I ??V KINO, THI ELVES Or. THE BTATUE BBIDE
' - ? UNI The Wo...) Sister! Ms-mas S il
\-s OLD I'.tigV I Ki THEATER
l ' i?. ROSIN?, MEADOWS BlIRLEBQ! OP
? V . ".I . lilli DI i? II si VI i r Mia Peaty II** . I ?
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UAMNI'M s AMERII VN Ml BEI M
t tPJP. ?NOON at I . d I 111- El y NINii a! 7| HI '?!' !" ?
? iii-DHrs t.* rea /m tit vu- i Prye? Mn
vi i. im,.. . .ihm? i leai ., i ,?????! Rabee, -s ' ??,. '- ?
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NEW YORK CIRCl'S
1 ?IE? NIKO. at!. EUI i ?HU IN and OTMNASTII PER
? ? lANCE.-i Mr James Roi Little Cinean htsstol
Baaph v leant I I aete Bl *. ? ?? ? I
KRY VNT s M1NSTREI s.
? ? - * iii!. ELEPHANT, LES MISERABLES
'? . i v.*. POLKA
t HRISTY'S MINSTRELS
S : ,i. a? 1? 1 U? s m k
I ? - S"l.i-s. DI .'li -t PI ll.il I'i't s
IRVlNii 1? ILL
NINO -THEODOR1 ' . OMAH'S LAST ? '?V i RT
?.;* ON Mia? Mm? Ural mid. M ? It ??',' I
? i- . rho Mend? iiohn Set .di uudei ti? ? du ? I ?n ?:
?
Unoitifoo .Notuco
t'HOl.: IA,
TtruD? and Tun id Eevibi.
Ihbib lAiiii CurairiLiv Dirraort ?
BVIHI I SI or Dl?lNriCTAST?
i__PA__a ai
I ii? Ne* Yor.a l>i?iNrrcTA??T ( ospi.tt
' .??? ??-ry for tlie?af*ly of the poi'? ? lie t!? Hu'pi* ? ? I
? ? ntaati ?houiJ b? ni?J in all eaaateefl ?> ? ?
i?p In - ?.. uiiiiii? i matea ? a-naan gatton ml ?:i?r*T*r
te ? I ???? I* oi ve iin?-i! eau peesib y eiiit.
t? ?-.? ? ? i i ?.? *i-l in thii
i-i-r i-, I ? I'ypl ? and Ti ??iioul leven ain Mi .o.-i:i!'t- pre i :
ii i- -a ??I -i I Uah . | . . . ,11.amgI an
I tiri liona SBurL!? Hats Db. t dtbtabit i EtriD
1 Trnv Roo? 0*W_*l to Hati It
Ktibt PsBto.v Man Kate a s,pi?lt or It
1 T?BT ?TABh? MIOlLD ?! I LBAB?BS ?ITB IT
Iliii.iiittDi OroBT to ? abbt It
B-Biaaaapi aid ship? Mm Caaat iv
Unten ali ami? Pillo?? Mut Eira AsuiT is Kunu
y AWIT TUB?? DbsADTTL l?l?F*.l?l, BT TIIVO rSKTLT
Da < oi ?TAR?T? I) . ireiTisT
D i.n.w beim aaaJ bj Ibtlaailiai mapa aal I Arr*i?.ia?
a ? l-i -, ? !irn?ction of the BoiBD or ! ?ti.TR ? i bis ( itt
It i* I iii? at Tar ?sBBBB n ! .?ccatiox ii All thi I'cblic
s? h > >i ?
IV is ' aro Bl thi? Posan or ( "AMT??? a?i? Coanarrnv
ir i* Bri.su I sed bt Mo-t ur ??m iBA-OaiM ?teabiiiipi.
l'?WI'U. I TBaaMI??nT
No. ?.' I ?? ii: .
t tnd Sole Agent* for tie I luted State* Hid ? 1:11 In.
te ?-bon? ? 1 ord*! i ilio-o'd be iddrsusd.
*? ??lljra l?r ?it .ti ?lu ? ? **rj Deaien in the I: i ?*J S:,--, ?..J
i nain
i A.icr i'i .?(? Oal?i i - n t'l-i'ou will, with BiBBj
(.??i - I ei ai .tab tot ?-edi of Con? j.option lu ile
**."? ?? y i I ?tiTertiug wha. ?Tai o:,, uu ly a limp e, ruiabi?- lue?
' ? I fataL TI try pt?tent tlieielore,
i"?i a ? ?? ? *.. ?????-.y en ia tola ?nef.a'Ca?I bbU .t .1
I?-?la -1 ? . . 1 a raaaaaT te Or?
?'?d'? 1 BMeataaeafi -"?., ? itlap'ed to remo? ip?-dry ii
4 e 'ghi eid ( old?, sod 0 ,?- ? ;tie!'y *ff- -ive in the pumar? . .. .
( ? . a, lai'.n Ailhm? r.nd Br?nehi'ii. Sold by a'.l Drug-ut*.
_Y_J*TO_- OP VoilM? IN (IIILIIRE.N Ure OlU*Il O'. IT
l.ii.l W_-_.ini e ?loi. j ? L ir,v??'i . i ?le irritation, wliitli
r?i be r-ui?ved onl? by tlir um? o' a ? e rei.e-ty Blow? I V sa
??*-"?? ' oariT- r VV le..?,? ? ?? ind effectuil.
(.Vi? 1 ? 1'ir? National Bill k Mai iiink. with only
1??d.n.'li 1,1 ?? I lilI y . I. ?? ti . - v .
?to .? I .-? titi the te ? moot ALL C- taiTM. Wt
1? ?I- ?1 ? 1-v pr??? ns tua-lin.*? . ' ? kthbls to ritr?? on no?
nti? M ti: -?
a BaejBa, Dan 1 Aft '* ?tl Inala?bj. H v
Dr. Bilbbeu'i Btbtji ill other remedies
f. ...
?BTCALPl'a MOA'! KBKCMATIC I.'l'Mi-DV ii ' .
? ? |ht before tbeaabBe. A gmt ?
Ban ?r ti-u - ,
1 for deer eil Bl . . -d by one bon e
1, 1.?- .-i ?*!' ted frieade ?o try I? li ae??r feile.
IHULKRV?('. ('. T? ? Ni i 1 is s CO-LPOOBI ( 'A ?i*
??|.>K Ta? citr? I ?? Prm
|l ii *i D?..:dei-. \. 1
Ml Sola Mab*? C. H. NEEDLES, 1
?i- bbIi la? t ?"? mj
A Paaaaot Hi>?:.?k C-BTMBai ? Dalley'? (.ai.
V.? I ?loan Sa: TE .? a ?rtjit, in j .-.?..d ? ure fo- ? r.-. ,?.?., .
t ..1, Na Pr ki lan ..*? sr U Siri.n. w?. .-titis boi
Hal'.t? !? U4.1-'? ii i a* Beat! '-? ?'i ?dir i? N V
?N'llVi R? 1 Le rt'IIK-ill? - ' MILLION _
II ?titi IBBBBBB Lalasos. *r* I ? n > i. ia-? i
ii?* ibieiTaiion afaanaaten _?| iht 1 In h an ? ?? - ? -. r.
lum thirty yea.-! Ti?y :* Manhn Dji?i.*.:y lu-J s. toia?, ot
Hi??!? Th* I'm was eatea al
!..H??i .s,uni,li s per Hot r ftp- made bj the Kjipiio
Bhisi.lb Mai bim ? tb on.y out hokib powrk. in.I will make
eui of th? asm? suiount o! t 1 that tittii'lii MM ihisi.i , ? : .
f! ? he mid? by iny ii- , ? ,? . V Urges, (?entri
Ar?nt, No I? Hr .idwaj. Ser, i .
Tovteb, Bank am- Opik i Clocks Kipaibid,
V>, i. ai.J K.p-. o.. Id-, * P.BAI.I.T Nd ?..- : itban
I'- i'iot ?faehlae Co., Ifjatlc Rit ar, Conn., manuta- ?
I ire tb? mott improTed Loouiifor w?*t.i g iap?i.Bin Li.gi. Wd-nniiigi
Marvis's New 1'atent Ai.vm and Dry Plabtbb
Bias ??ii Bt'Boi.ia Sii.tis Platt sim llig.-.T naaanaai md
?riiiin-elp? !?<-l y dry. Ano a Ip aiiofuj?! t *.' li., i? . end
lUroliaati - ?ni
Vabtis k Co ."' titty ?i.d ".'I (!.????! .t ?'. Pi.''.
?LT' BIB'I DE.VD.^HtJi J*?R liEI'Bl'i.S?Kill.*, Hiioil
t?**)h ?nil taem up ?. Cr? J el s esf sid no 111 of permanent
-B?-t Tr? i* and ileip in pel * so d by s . IIts Di *>
KiDoiwooD DMaFBoraaj P-ow?aa.--?Chaajpai ami
h?' ?r than Chlorid* at lil * Di gg ?*? ib?r?lly dei.l ?ti'Ii Msn
*'s.t?-?d ?o.sly By the Haklib CatBi? st W uki? OH: * No. !'??
?..?h ?t New'Vork._
llAM-'l PrjLMO-IlRONCBIAL T ROC I! k8, for ('o!l?.'ll-,
I ? li Cuni, Brou r *n Aitl.ir.a lliii??i.?n M, Dab? kio.
M?. ?MEoorth ita. or C lot No k1 Bli .???!._
(JRKAT Kailroad LrXCBT.?Tb?" POBTUU HtAD
II mr et Po?-?BT ?: ?tb Painted VV?iiI.., 1 If, Ad ?ted li. a
f-???eot Pr juounred lupenor to a S e?| i g t ar Will lana ?'?
lillie A|*oti ?ranted in al. the pr.u il'.l i kia*, Price, gb. A it,?n
aavieanl A.ldreai 'oil B Hool? Ni B? Nae??? li . N*? York
1 BOSflBB, KLA8TIC HTOCK1KOI, ."?I'SPESSORY HvM?
aaaa, Svrrosvaaa. Ac ?Maata k Co t Riditsl ( ?? i TlBM -a.??
Bair at tin l V***t?I I.a.lT ilfcdsnt.
I.! MBEB.
Wim bob W at mo i li Co..
lint it* . rt.rnsi Tlur'y afatl it
?ti? the s?g?it Hot k c I l.raaiB m the city, which they srl. in row
atitiea will tbe Aibiny si?d Troy Yarda._
Cartea Vitznett*. x?A pi-rtloreu; Duplicates, $J.
bil ?ststi??? r*g??tered R A Lawn. No. Ibu Chithsm it N Y
Klork.ve Lo-?kStit(H Sewing-machines?Best
te toa maid. J-uiaiBCB -BwIM Ma? bimi ( oarasv.
" w* _No. "??? Hroidwiy
"~TBl improved Klliutio Hook Lockstitch Bewiag
MeeBie?i-A. I! SrriBB No 1.T? Broa?wav. Agenti wan'?d
Ujwb Kiwi.to Ma? uiBB Compart? Eliaji Howe
i fr_ild?nt No ni B-oBd?*T _A|eais ?ssted._
" TbbISimobIiSewim,-Machine, with ?mnrovfineiit.i
?i *rta--biD?BU for ??rrj ?|?t.i?.tj. _H?B_-| BtittfcB liol? .Maib.h?!
a ?n Broadway._,_
Obotib _c Bakir'i Hiohkst Prim um Klastic
trt-rt-a Sawiae Macaian foi (?n.1 y uW. Ho. ?te Broadway.
Impeoyid I/O-tk-Ptitcb Machi*.? for Tailort and
f*a .fastirsra Obovu h laut Sa*:?. hUcaUB loara*!
*. t?lrosi?sy._t
WHBKLIB & Wll-K'K'l lXKI-STIT?H BbWINO
Bioaias sal _________ MatBiaa Ne. tit Broad,,?*_
Willoox &. Gibbs Siwisg-Machibb?a Tk.ht
I-moa wira a Sian-a Tbbbab.-^ -Uraaa Trial ?*f ?.?. g
|g bo h ia?? -??ntf.ee ?iib ?am, e? of W elk?No ?Si_Bri,edweT
Hulls Demclcbnt Soai.
M?, M Puk row N Y.
Pragraa? n?s.lo| ?Bd Emo.il?? (or tb? Surnry mi Balli.
(Iparard ?f IO? ?i?t?her II??*s Sol?! b? ?til D??l*i*._
Morra Cbimical Pomapi restores jrraj hair.
?At_koultyeis| is Mt B"?*t Uli dreeelsi Incwc I? au dy?., oi
||?,14 ar.tj*i?lloiii. D??*ol Ne. li Bsirsy ?t_
"~Ug. Habbisoji a J'ebibtaltio Lozbbo._i are war
Ptel a ao*iti?e ?ere tor Coill?????, Pile? ?ad Dj?|??pil)- Seid b?
nmrkCa, Caawn?. M.acb aCg._________
?A.?Dr. Labowobtbt'b new Pbbmilm TbOBI,
?.Bul Is nie a? back pr?l? n ?_?_?? ? Ins! -'?. UblbbOLiiI
|u epiBis-iwsr, '
Cororbb* VTatfr,
I ar ai VVatib,
(01 "?111.? VV ATI?
? or? D?i|...?iu. acrttul?, (Kot Bbenniiiiaiii. and lineases of Hie
Kidney? nid Wini I?: 1;, j pt*? .'1'ii.d f >r w.-ik:-eu, ?nd Tig ,r for
?on- Cor b ?* :? i.?uti? I,?ij t:.J a-lllid
t of Iii?.
? I '.a ? |?. ig ,??, Ho'?!?, Wine M?r hi.ti and far?' I M
? ? l'y
II otc li m. ? Susi?. I'ioptie'.ori.
Sirs'.*-t Sp-iu^i an J No ? l!?ek!iiin it N Y
NVeregard Mu-* \Vinsi,?-\v'? BoOTBura 8TB1 p ii
- BSBarpaante? wbl . i? H h do?ign*d. an! would ha?* ?t
ii Bl price w?r?dJUl)le t?l it it n-tv i?. We ?hal. do al in our powtrto
iuirodureit itinoai oin frnnJj inl i i Batel M ? ?ILnrj A. Hitok
I ? Mi.?] !tr?'ieT?a tlie cliiid fiom pim. lof'.en t!.e
gjii.i. rt-'J iciiii laSiuiimtiori, curei wind coil.? si d lure to r*|-i!i'.
IBe I I Wah |lnt Ml s.,1 L-s.ini to tb? cln, I ?it ?-oiii'or'.i tb?
n lb?
lu?' -VN?-I Dill i. LaOHBIOl Dkhh.iti.? l>.t\ by
.lay !!?- ?da'.-?r*J narro:.! lyate-n grow? w??k -r. t? I piri.i/ed by
Intl R- ?p-'it? w.tli Bkibussr if y m ?-i.il I . in? suJ in. it I >
The bril bott!??niy. Hi? but due. will roi? in uiiii d?gr?? th?
thal p irret,, Btnevera, an J patten hnM wBI ni*.? Soid by ?::
? - -. III I?*:. , N. BlPeV-lt_
'I ' RKI.slI llATIIS.
No I) Lil "tit i* , an i*iin o|i?n le Ibe Baba . ?n!argel arid improv?.!.
Hean o. -i*.. ?: ?o ?! ? io . 1 : i ' p m . L*Ji??. 1" t ? II s. u,
din OsDti h' la U s m
llrRNKTT'S CocOAl.NK hil IM ?.lie?! universal 111
Joriement. Nu otlier pnpiri'.ion ponen nurh reiuirkib'.! proper'iei
for embei labiaf, soi l?augthsning tin hsir, and i? ii J? ring it di:k md
g>a?y. It ji?< tis J:??n snd ervli->?i!ei diudrif. It bu i'.ooJ tb*
t??t of tim? sill ?tin?' 1 ?-, Bj I b1 f-v-r I! ? worll. _
\..> i . 1: i | ii Dm Ol DALLBT'I Ml-,I, AL ?'AIN
ExTRtrTiB ItBnteaalaaarteteaan te? Inn larili Pi's?.
Otto, Biu..??, Com?. B luiou? ai.J OU Bore?. Sd J ..y 111 Drj;*jii'.i
al M anteabas. Depot. No. 4!? ('?dor it.. Raw-Tart
B. .m. Parnuwiu A Co.. Riwip.-p-a advkrtis
tvii Ad??t? tit TI I'irk row. New York (?.'.ib .iii?! in lfttii are
a?.*niif ,r The 'l'r.o .-,?, md ali Hie uewipipeii la th* tdii-.eJ blata.
>. I Kr ? ?!. Protm ?i
Til \RM AN > I.KU. Ill 11 IllANK PALM! it, 1,1.. I?.
The ? beat ' fr??to aodli?n, and low t> ofli ?ti in i eMian 1 I ?
' ? o ! l? Ph. I A...irii . NY. Dl.llll.'. Conloi, At, (
tri ,1 ?ni mi linn? ol In? nat?i ??. _
xXmtyirtk Paila ?ttl)un?
MONOW. MAT 14, 1801.
T* 4 orre?|.ooilenl?.
Ne sotie? seo betuin of An _*? iu. (?MM?Batten Wlnl*T*tii
in'?-, 1 ! f,- |ai iliou mu?? be ititi.?nti.-it?:I by Hi* nain* and it
dran of the writer?not aeceiianly fu: pabla?Bn bet al iini
sorr to; hu i > ,J lailli
An bimse?! lettsii for tbi. oil i lii?.i I? idJrsusd to Th? Tri?
i ii." Nsw Yoik
VV s osano*. uudsrtak? to retara r?> ?r*?rl Comm ml Jil, ?m
The Tritiuae In l.eadon.
.-nr.vrN-i brothers '?viu iinti r? ?JOntM* litte? ? .
ii fstan antea, w - i. ar? a. ? . tar tb* m1? st iii? i. lb u
id,'? ?.'. t .. inB?? 8iiiiitrT.au sud A*'aa??ai*iiii.
NEWS OF THE DAY.
F^lI-KItiX ZfKWS.
Tint sleiiuiribip (*??> of l'ari?. ttO0 Liter?. . .'. M.it :, vi*
Q_aaa_rtowB Mb? i, ?entradattUa i??-?'? yeatee-aj aaiaaj*
iag !?>ur lava later aatn ti at Batapa
The ii'-i's tnm (?i-riii.i:i) ia roL'iinlml us _ r*> war?k-.
The Itali ia PatUimat Lu? naanlnoiuly b ? ?It ??! t.. m ike
-fir war, mu? tin? ?Minnie of t!i ?
ItaliaaQoTanuaeal oneted imuli aaaaainen npedi |
in I'on?. Auri'na aid I'r'i-n.i lian? ??in? m.iro later
ebai i-'.-l ?liploiuatie notes, imt aajali without malt, 4ua?
tria hi? jiri'M'iit ?? I t.? I'i ;??iu h ii? ?'?* in r?f-r-ine tu the
i? chin l-l?l npiii the programme agreed awn by the
Minuten of eotaa nian Btatn al Aagao rg. rinnia m
t.-. -1 . bit n la ti i? p.-.i;,.-1 I' ?. .-..i li ii nmn mad the
li iit-diiui-uti of BBZOBJ aad Hiviria In ili-inn, lui! bulli
government? Lave gina ia t-\ ii n laavw
?Ir ?.. i! ??-,:", ??:. \; m lo ii ?the Enguata Boon of
Comnoaa, maoaaced that the iioiernn.i-iit m noi .
to r?! ti their effort! for tba paaaage ?; ti ? iel ??.,
would, ia May 7, halag ia a Bill :'"? the rto-sJlathbutlon of
mt*.
Mr. Bl .-lit. oa M ty 1 BnaV ? BBeeet. ?' a meeting of Ibe
N..-1II. ii f: fe n. '. ? toi i- M i . nt< ii that ti
Mm.it n maintain? ! theirpoailion ?>:. the l.'-fntn
tlmi, itnd there wai im loBht the] ero ?: then ii ii" J
?ere beam th'y nuifiit tot t?i i'-i.'ii hut appeal tothe
? ' ' '.
Os lae diviiion of the Iii firm bill tvn Conierral rn
- tut. i ?eh : i. ....... BL ila a
? Ippoiiti 'II
(.K.NKHAIj MCWN.
'I ho ?s'il??* of the eily peaterdar waa adninhlj pneervnl :
auder the opentioi of the Li. .-?? I. ? i- utdi ??:
depraved pt*T*o_a left towB lo eatoj the niara ti theil \
i ipa in New-Jeney, ?>r in Hfeatcheatef Coi
id... ty proper it ana aal aa - - get liqnor to
drink. Diuakenaaaiana, dent?n --: - ne,ron m
lii ? -ii. ead wh'.-i din .v?-r. ?! b1 ill ii a ?
;. ? -?! ? d'- ? _? BtOtT t". an ! I I :
i ???..?? I, NI ..di: d't'r'.ii; the r r.iiul ?oi'tiru. M al: r ni thal '
? in-...,'iMit.,'11.-a were caagbl ou in ibe bmryrXora
toward iiicbl a:.?l that received an aquarial idmonitlon
?lu? h hu i ii??', beea !?srga?ia I br.
Bach ? apell ?of wn had toward Bifhl a Baa
?lut- ii : :r.l> Lil!? to the lot of in.rt-.:- to *ipen< .. ?-. >!..*
late Mr. Marri m of Brooklyn would have mail ?
cteeoTeril aad nally, what erith ariad uni d -t. n\.,\
d ball, and thunder, and ligbtnlns It linotmaeh
tu lu? ?nuil, nil it. A !??? lr??*.s wit?* twi-ti-il nlTiidil ?-.n
dry ehimain gol l?oppled <.?.??:. i ?al va te u "! m iu".re
. ..- in:;-? .jilen? ???.
Am?limtwty tx'i'i mi-i -i?< narai !. ,?'.'.? m rohheiy*m
penetrated li late etty on Batarday, the rb lln !?? li a ib?
. ,i- bin t?t a ? ir -pet It.ad'.fa? toty lil rort) -tlnr*l-?t., nd I the
. beiB| ?di that tboron_h_-*a between Knxhth a-i.i
ii. I di-.id.miat lukin by th* thi'-ii- ia $16,400.
Ho kat*ll ?'??:', ? i fallt] pattm ??r t!n*ir
? benah ibu.
i ? Iron iimlil'Ts' ?ink?* at l roy ead th- ittperiifhte1
:. td;s .m.I :i liar?_l ? iii-.- nr- r?-ported tt? ?ulittaiiti
aiiy ni an ?anti. Cn'nppiiiii-e batiag been theImeof policy
idopted ni the tirnt iiiatanec, ?lid th- B*eeeeitln af the
vvrkii??*!! prevaillnf ?u the lutter.
Ain"i>'the arrivhls pt-r sti-oin? r (?pnr'.'i.i, at Kl:/.ih-th
poit, Saturday, from __ 'lhorrits. til BO lan a p-r?on
tfjrBBa Antonio Lopez de .Santa Anna. Ile i? sm 1 t?i
..,*.i :. read] lo risk hil t??rt IBM add hil petlOB?? ?oodrn
iiv iiid all- in dclonne of Mi x.e-i.
.1 :.-.iTJadarwaod afTiiBlala ?'?ts nported M Waal
iiiir'nii uti Sati.rday. where M bad a leal i:it-mcw with
tba AaaiatMl Aui?nii*y*(;i*iicrai reapeatiBg the trml m
Jeff, Dai.?*, 'iii- ?l-dga is heartily loedmaad t?y the
\ Irgiaii _ew*papara>
1 II iinfi helnagiafto I>?'.'?!iport, Mason A. Co.1?
New-Tnh and Taunton Kx?,i>'*. wa? tak?n from tho
train Batar-ej nirht, batwaati Qnnitrieb ami Kl__W0w_,
K. I. I? ums aohaaqaaatly lound m a awaaqi unopened.
A -.iva.- as-ault wits inatlit !?y hu iiifnr.ated nud j?u!???lB
Irisli Wiaaea ka Thhrtaoath-L, Friday Bight, upon a man
und lu*? wito in theil owa domli Ile. Itafonnai of the mc
in - rcc'ivi-1 aeriau lajnrtii
The nninh'-r ??I't'iiiH ol' coil shipped frmii the Pennsyl?
vania iniiie? last ?ic'-k wa? lil.ti.o. During the oorra
ipnnding week ia 1865 the ?sLi'urti'h oaly nraebed -^001
tuns.
'iii-1 tholen r?-p?iri ni Siiuiii.iy ?how? an aggregate la
boapitalal Qa_r_at_M ol'4!?, oin deatli harlag occurred
?m e th?- pre? - ?ii g npart,
Thar- i? aathlag eery inpoftani Peaian?*aiaB, Mr.
Jam-? Supheii-i ri*ii:H:ii?(l M-s'.uril BJ . dunn? ihc day, al
the Mi'tropolitaii II??!-..
1 'ii'j-Ditily lull .'-tit- COO?IgntiODl have taken plac
within a d'at or Inn Bl S'. Laait (Lilesl-ur?/. III., Ni-tt
(irl?-.tii?. and ljomll.
'1 he (.'oiniiiit??.- "f UM Mi-itril of Aidermen hove aiireed
iiiMin it laV-iga !"f ?? btflfl u( ross Hria.i-lwa>, al the corner
or Kui'.'?!.-si
The Tauitiiaiiy Society m0 und einailld M Stilmd.iy
?Tt-niiiii by tli?- choice ?al Ma)(?r lloiTiii.tii us (?ranil
laaaaah
Cold el,.?ed Sattiniay at IS). J ?- i l^wttt fur Ihe week
tat* ti"*ii I:'" 4 ? ?? ?iiveriimeiit itocks were all firm and
sale? of 7 JOsnf the ?eeoiid ?erle? wer* made at lO?j. Tin 10
4?)? ?old at Mi BN. 1!niiey is aliundaht at I a o pur cent. The
? U(,|ily of prim? cummereial billi it ima!!, and lient ian Le had
at .1 per cent, hterliua billi noei-a al li/.i| ?,, ?j souiiual fur
60 ?jay? aud fraiica fi lwj for long.
Additional pitrticularn t< to the late riots at
Memphis may be found in a communication from that
eily, which we publish this morBini? on our iu.-nlc
The rrcbidont. as will be -eeni in another column,
hw? been unboioingip himself to i correnpondunt ol'
Tin I nndon Times. Ia ii?, tho narrative in rather in
old itory?showing that the President is fixed in
his policy?and that his enmity to the principles upon
which he was elected and the men who elected him is
as intense at ever. Among other things he states that
he doe.? not intend to mn for President in !;*<>!. It hw
not been usual for Presidents to eoinniunicata the de?
tail? of their policy to the correspondents of foreign
papers, lut Mr. ?Johnson does not seem to be controlled
by cnitom. The Ttmtt states: "We do not know
whether oar "sensitive cousins would like to hive this
legirded is aa appeal to the public opinion of the
world, aud to the one ile-?h and blood'of ali nations and
?-. .-,??? ... .,_,, .. I. -__
realms, bat tee are a?snred that the Pri?aident gara tall
BB-BB-liaB that the details of this remarkable confer?
ence should be made public."
VHP T| ??u ?i. of ni it D til
Th' rrininn Test i- aradai tad _-*_ su much ability.
lad i- h journrtl of infnenea -?o considerably in c*;i es?
?ii'mt: j athar Joamaliof aaanJ circulation, th.it ana
ana] ly rtfrat to sec it take a ?nig,>? lalaa --t ? j, Britta
regard to the mears whereby and Hie condition?
whereon the ?States lately in revolt art' laka restored
? to their former and nnttiral nl.tMous to the loyal
; State.- iiii'l th?? I'nion. We tlierofore copy a? well as
| comment on tho o-?ential portion.' of its loading
' article of .Saturday, and (as tliey involve misapprc
bnariOBI ol our view-,) will thuiik that jounial to deal
likevvi-e with our reply. The I'ott My-,:
" TheoUior day, thrrr wai a riot ?t MbMupliB\ In B?lek ?
number of millan, and desperadoes aet ii|".u MOM colored ?
men still I.titi bored thetn, much after the sanie strb in ?bub
rolorcd men were killed in New-York in .In!?, lett, Ami
just as here tie rioters destroyed Hi? Colored (?rphtti Asylum.
ao in Memphis tbey destroyed colored ac-ool boutes ati.l
thara?ps.
' The ?LollI affair wss rery disgraceful and brutal. Tint na
' do not see why ii should be ttdit?*.! into an argument for dii
| franchising tat mina of tba (Southern |???. ?i?i?-. or fir refusing
I t!,eir ?s'uti to the tour or fire .?jou'btrr, ini'inliers of l'ongT*?*?
there ?re no mor?, accordintr to Senator Wilton- ti Lu tun
! tike the prescribed oaths. Iii? Men,phi.? riot is an more an
I argument ugiuiist lb? Bat??W8 State? than the New York not
wasagti?a the Berthara Mutes. Ialeal, whee wo nasaa
? ber thal tim ?bole South is v< t ?kind of frontier land. In which
, luir bu? ni? nts see ii administered with n ?luck bund where
Tio'.iine Its, leifjned itiprrinc for four years, ??? may even
furl) Baha more nilowance for ?tieh au o, I ?in?-ne?? ?? tin1
; .Memphis not than ue ought tor a ??ni.l-ir outrage io .Ne?
j a ork.
* * * * "We think it unfair, when such an ontrape
I as ibis _li-Diphis rio! o u-urs. lu speuk of it us though it ?ere
| o-ily an-other pr.Mif of Ihe until rica, ni lt,,?soiitl,enI people to
Ink?' part in the (?oTcriiiiiiiit ?ixl of their luieterate bostilit v
t to Jet?te, liberty and ni,um, lins kind of argum, lit nii.l la
; ?ii,'inn,m is o! a'piece willi the petty spirit wliiebBail frtult
Bttt .N.uithern Bien for honoring their deni. Tht BaAum I
_ /) irm cboso lo ?stiirne mourning on t'n* iiiinmriiiry of
?iloi.essall Jackson's death, and iiigcd its renders to ?cutter
levett out the gruie? of Canfederate SsMtei? This ?
ISailsa jmiiii.il ."lill 'Kntitnond lovait?.' We ti.ink H
would te aber enj kialet to poa. such ti,inga l?y without re
tua: k '1 !'<?y are nut ti: cull??'? lor iiuatrcl or reproach. W but
would Til?' _B*_-Xa baTe' l?oei it ci|?'ct Kichmond to euri?
or teiaapiat stonewall ?Jackson? or the Virginian, to dil
1 keast their own dead, their relati.es, and friends I
' Whttt ii gamed I,t fault tnnllng in inch matten) It dims
! Dot in ?unie Hie loyaltv or meit-??? the good will of the South
I em Beef?I, What we baie? light to demand i? that tiny
?hull obey the lu?, re.poi t our rights ?nd those of all mou ot
vi ; atar? tesar, ?i d conduct ihaatttraa peu. eui ty. lb? rest
will come ni time."
? Wc do not mosn to palliate riotous ?ml lnn!e?i conduct,
but we do not think it either lair or ti ile i hut lbs whole South
Stl people lliould lie heid responsible in Berth-IB pretses for
luob ?u occurrence. Doubtlei?, i terydiscreiliiable and inbu
mane aentimetit prerails, Binung too maur of ti.? Southern
iieop!?, in regardai? the colored paople Hut' what should w?
l-.ik for ? 1 bet lune been educated to believe that a ? uiggor
nil? no right?, it ?ill require timm to make ? thorough change
in their opiuioiii ?nd coiidt.st We read not uufn-iiBcnlly of
outtuge? upon Lai k?. wbiob seem to os sers burriblc ami
SkSBtfal tiideed. but ? bal do w? see if wa look nearer bonn1 '
Ness York bas sein un or plia-j asylum?the only home of help
les. bih! i:.t.m i-tit little children-burned down ai.d lacked,
-oant-cTctat h.ut her Daeeea Hutton, ?Im le'turei a oolorrd
mau upon the i,ii,,roi,iri,ty of iefSnUt? himself agu.mt a mob
Bl brutal in itittrntiou and as tim.'li ?Itbout elBest ?a that ul
M.'iiipl.i-, lioliana dei,lea black men tint rigi.l to sue in n B
courts, al! this in Stutei win-re luw aiid Stiel art and long
har? bein lirmly est ihllsnatl where Justice is more then a
i. ni.,- or a iba.lotir, ?here the peo?,.'?' I... i-i o? l'i.-ir iiiptrrior
eiiligbtcnuieut. '
llrply hy The Tril'linr
I. Iftbag The Tost to MM efB_l_Bgol'Halpin
tion of the Southern Whites who lionor ?MBM-Mf] of
Stonewall Jaekana ?u?l strew flowers over the ?.'run1*
of the Kehel doad n* " tli? .Southern pople" Suth
abnaa af terms i- atlee, nn-is-adm., pei-Jeinaa. Thaae
j,, r (?:is ure a port of the Southam people?a very
large and influential par'? lint tln?y arc ii"! the whole.
'I ban in1 ttu-t day over 'llirno M.Ihon- of Black- and
we think TtTB Millions of Whites in UM SM'o? lately
in revolt ?rilio never ivert) Rabal?who h.i'ed and (.?<>
lar .i-, they cn.Id or (litre) renitlcd the Rebellion? and
, i?-j .:.?: :;i ita overthrow. I'd' a I :. .mist to
tanah ai ihn? and ana aatafeanati m iba lu;?' atrnggle
aa "tba Santbara peanda" i-? alike anjott, injariuna
and ungrateful.
II. We eut.:,-!;, h.'i'i e v. it !i Tin i"o?M!ii' ?ti ? - - ; . |
impelled tba lut?- hatchery <?i Bl* k? ami tara?
-? !iO'il-ll"T-e? .kli'l lion.'
Ifaaipbii .? ?r. ' italy tbal vbiab basaad Iba C-larad
Orpbaa kay. Ima and baatad Bogroea to ?t? vtii or t??
death' .loor ia our cm. Wa baan ne doab? tbaI tlie
batter portion ol etna the late Rebels al tba Roath
condemn and reprobate it- gros???r manifestation? a?
j eatha battei ela al Dobm rata bara nan? i
di m..' i Um Diaft li,ota ai JtUjr, 1861 -nd np ? I ?
I'ifi ti. -? agraa with ni t_ t' ti. - tap. I dapracat
whetlicrili New Yoi kor in Mctiiplii?iill.'r.l-no I
i ty or prole) ti..ii to the B r bael
? ; to tatisfj thoat vtlm niii-t Uti in .-? ta .
dread of lu og boandad fm m tbab 1.? ?n ? - foe the
i.Tinie o', be na I God I
I ? ? i". (i-l Rebel - iL.iy be ?? tot tim
< - tri .i ii ara i onti ml
arouiul tin-iii ?I. .'. tbail -irrow d,?* BOtt-bai
tile shape, .tint ia (?I .cr.? little pra? !. .
iii. iht I'o-i it ttbai tai mutter thai the i
v.l., in i- ir. , . . ? ? -patharapeople ''aballaba!
Iba lu?-, peeped anrrigbta, and Ihnaa at AM mmm of
tehaterir rolor." All that ,-indeed nii|eir!.iT/l i ye' \ic
itiii-iiler .t even BMtB vital toabov thal it? r? ?pt ( !
tin,-e n?iit-. How i .in tin appaati ii" ??? .oiiaetit lea
r. ( ooati . -,',ii nbii b pim m ih? loyal Bia ki (aad Iba
loyal Win!?? as Ball) muli r theft? tot'ti llate RtbalB,
who an every d.iy in.lu BtiBg UM nu' ,.'?? id tin ir |o>
ulty l?y i ituoiioTiii'Stoiievsnil .lu. k ?ii, Ina I.!,?-'-li'I.
D . ilium?.' Bapbnal Baaaaaaa, aad choc IngBebel
l.i'iK-ial . like Withers and Hay- to tht nio.-t iiuporiaut
and lin rativi- M_k I Ii \t our ininpl.ul imln-i ility mid
treason. Bat theirs, that ive are BnpaBBatt-g. We
honor Iba Babab' pan_alBBt _Bt?b__bi to ___? bad,
ruined . aise; we lannot honor the baneneta thal
would imiiel a loyal OcB(ta_l t" put Hie .?liurer? in
our Htni/ifle and our triumph mujer the bal ol _MW
we and they d'-l'eated and overtl-.rew.
IV. <>ir New-Vork Riali WBtk a direct ami natural
ramil al our Waajro Dia?BBeabw-ant. "Hit lum
a.itin' lio _ Rot no friend-." B a nitturul iiii]?ulis(j of
(I.-1..1 "d Human Nature. T,o Iri?h aro not a ?lut
more pojiular with the ii,'n-Irinh liere tli.tn tin- j
lilacke are; luit the Irish '.lave votes, and titi- fuet
abialda them from outrage lind ?aeran! VTOBfi A
hhrewd olxerver once declfircd that "If UM B-M-8
all ?...ted. our inanapmc I>?riiio( ratu politicuius Wnnld
goon be claiming ihut they had neitr.i blood in their
veins." I'ower prohit? n-el!.
V. Tht Pm (??.(raaai UM Mempjii? and kindred
noliaaaa. ob tba pie? thai their author.? -'iiu',1- beta
edneated to beUnra that a * iii|_<jr,cr ' hot bo righta."
'I'liat aaaaaa te bb as a-oaDoBI bbbbob arby ara ibnBbJ
teach UMBI better, and improve the B-BBBBt BBaan.?
tuuity to do so. Le! u?* ??how tln-m that if? bel;?1??1 ia
K(|ual Bight-? that we mean to live ?ml du- in !hat
faith?and we may hope IO nn|.rove their nu-taki n
ronceplion-i. Hut if we consent to a roeon-i ruction
which makes !wo ol them BBBBl to thre?* ol' n?, wliilu
letriii)* tin? Baoka utterly at thmr ineni, how ihall
we rationally expect them to heroine wi-iir on thi?;
head '
VI. The Post thinki? the Memphis gge] kiinl'eil
BBt-BfM cannot bl " tw.-;ed into an argument for din
(raB-bb-Bf the mas?, of the Soul hern people." ?So ut
think. Wbal we de-sire i? the -ufranchitemiut ol
none, li it tiro -??franchiecmunt of all. We would not
diminish, we would largely increase, the representa?
tion in Coii(.rre?s ol' the States lately in ravolt. When?
ever tiny ere ready to meet us on the basis of All
Rights for .Ml, we are ready tO urge their instant ad
mission to beata in (" oiiKre.-s and the removal of all
disabilities growiiifr out of thi? Rebellion. I..! but the
Southern Rebels BBBBBBt that UM loyalists of the South
shall have Equal aVghtl with them-elves, and we
will insist on their instant restoration to all the right?
and privilepea of American citizenship, rcproi-euta
tion in Congres.? included. Rut, so long as they re?
sist and spurn this, we must consider them still ni the
gall of bittern?,?.*.?ni ill fighting essentially for the
bad canse which oar W'adsworth? and McPhersons
gave their livea to defeat. To that cause (lot its
champions) we mutt oppose a determined resistance.
Gen. Antouio Lopei de Santa Anna, ex-ruler of
Mexico, now honors on City with his presence?ar
riTing jiist aft?a*r Janie?, ?Stephens, Pr?sident (in proi?
peet) of the Republic of Ireland. Sarita Ann?, is anti
Mat. and has his fare turned toward the Empire of
Montezuma and the Republic of .lilarea.
I ; Mt,TI A.MT AID ITAI.T.
'I !:?? latest advice? from Germany and Italy ar? of a j
?I-i id-tlly warlike character. Tho pi'ople of Italy j
.?? iw their wi.-h for a war, and end-avor to push their !
OflTaraBMWrt forward into a warlike attitude. Tho
(ioverumeiit, like that of Prussia, represents the arma- '
meat of Austria as the primary cause for their mili?
tary preparation; but such a charge finds few believ- j
ers both out of and within Italy. Aus?ria is so weak in
consequence of the disordered state of her finances and I
the conflict of the several natioualitii'S. that no states?
man of sound mind would daru to propose any aggres?
sive movement; and agaiust no power loss than against
Italy, who-e pr-s-i t territory has been guaranteed by
France.
The Italian people, at all even*-, care little whoth? r ?
Austria ha- been BaBB?f ?Hi or not. They holden- j
thu.siastic war meetings, and the Parliament ha? unan?
imously (aijainst ono vote in the Senate) resolved
'? that at this momentous cri-i- every preparation
should be made for war." On this point the Govcrn
nient party are in entire accord with the deuiocr.it <?
"Party ol' Action," and the design is har.lly con?
cealed lo prci ip-l.ite ? contlict as much as possible.
The direct negotiate-between Austria and Pin-: ?
continued without producing ia understanding. Aus?
tria had onto BBBBI demanded in a diplomatic noto
UM disarmament of I'ltis-ia, und the latter power had '
on? I nier?? denied tho demand. The bad feeling which
overy failure to BfIBI in-i-*. of neu?ity, engender,
has been strengtlu-m ii bj the adherence of Austria
to the demand if nine of the minor ?States which re?
cently held a special conference at Augsburg, and re?
solved that the Si hli-svvig-Holstcii! ijuestiou ought
fir-t to be -olveil bf the recognition of the Prince of
aag-itaabarg. Praa?aaaa promptly rapliadta UM
Vu din- Cabinet, that she -OH Bat ugre,? to tin? Au
trian proposal in referen? I t-? the (oiestioii ??f tin.
1>U' hie?.
The con-out hi Au-tii.i to a platform agreed upon
at a Conference ol'the minor SUte?, is one of several
beti which indicate that th?.' rolulioii.- of those BtatM
to Ai tria are beconiing more friendly, and towanl
I'm-sia more unfriendly. Prussia ha? demanded of
BaiOBJ and Ilavar a to di?arm, but both State? have
refused lo comply with this demand.
I\ TIRlBTIMoi l*llOBTIATIO>d
The Cattai Btataa PiaiBiiariatT. appointed by tia
Controller ol the C'irri'iicy on th?? common principle
ol' lm kiiiir Um -t iMi-il?M?r i?ftt?r the hon?* is stolon,
hu? ii.'ide I report upon the rirent failure of tin- Mer?
chant-' Nut.on ii I'.unk of W.i-hington. The Cui?oof
Hi" failure was the ggtfOMMm? ti lit) g? ?V Co. of Bal
tiiin'ri?Mayne A Co. hiving got deeply int?) specula?
tions, and so on. Tin- circulation of the bank is fully
MM.red, -o that lull-holders ?ill lo?e nothing, which
is ?I'oniioit. The I'nite-1 State? (iovenitiient, how
evd'i, i? t!io creditor of t!i" bank for |70t,31l 117, ti?.
iii???t of the lunney coming from OB_MCI of the Pay
l>-pnrtment. I. leit. -Colonel l'auhiing alone deposit?
ed ovr hall I million. To inrci this d? liciciny the
(?ov.Tiiinciit hold.? . I " : 'ti.*?-- of Mu* !? uti to the amount
ni 4g|iMI(M?l
Tai rai ?n be littli objection ta ia] oAearaf it?
l..i',-r:i!iie!,t id pti-iimg money iii duly author,/*. .
lu:,I?- Soil,.* ot tin ??? d? p??-its, however w.*r?* in.ele
bj OmiiaiBMilBgaalatw ifcapafpeaaef "?.mug" _m
i ?:,k I h- Ktiinidier ne ntiuii? that at a meeting ol'
! ol tin* bitiilt it wa- ?ta'ed that unie
BayaeA Co. ? oaald aaaBia ?twam $JA\t,(k?t to 9X0,'
000, vitbaat dehiv. Ibay naM hfl, lad that tins t_i i -
ire vt.iuld involve tin- failure of tin* bank." al Lfa-I
m.etiii., lu l?l april 90, l.:?:d't.-C-?l K. E. Piiulding.
IV ma ter I. S A., wa- tin sent. Ile priM ecded m* it
? li*, t-i I'?.-??? i*d''s?,? "" io the h ml?, t VI <>ther o_
: ?' Pi I" ; ? 'liietit adiling Bl.!,'?"! mofe. Whin
laraaaBM it wai abaad thal "Cal. Paaldiagkal
< ,.?i -,?T T?. ni tin* li ttik. v!i? ntb'ir- having drawn out ;
! poiil . TIM iini'i'int "t' la* j
/.., -I . ?I di .'?-.'. I ii i . | '- ?''1" 89 "! l-iaii?,
?'?re wa- ?tue- t?> otli.-r luniks and j
i .inker? on)j ?ji?'. -;?? ?.???.
Ti make tin- pla.i.er. we lind i baak, ? ?rt linly it? ?t
part a'e" i?y Um pinpi?', aot
by Ile oih.r baab ?- w? may bm?Vbm the
I'li'i'.nt .?I ib-p?. :'. lad creilif.i. i).*riiii!ti'.l.
Lal of ?308,000, to - .? |I80 OOOia aa_
iiii'l re ? |7( .' Ill? *'?T from Um QafinuaaBt ia ia?
, The Tiaaaaiy Department, ta rather Um
( until.Her ol the Ciiri-'iii.v, piTinit? a Lank to run
?ii'.?M?,(t(M| ?u debt to th.- lioverniller?. B-BB tin
kraal ii.?.-, ty would h.ii- i-11 ? i w u ti,?At th.? ?lebt ~aa
baiBfl n. irr?.l I.? )..*lp tb? liou-e ol' " II.iv ne ?\ Co.'
in Baltimore, wlin h lio-,?e ??uul? lind ij?7 I I.IHMI uf ihe ,
mulley of tin* bitiik. ot riilher th?* iiiteiev ot the I nitnl j
Stat.'-, ?ibtiuued tluollgll the t'?iik, anil g??He, Her, a i.
know- .
TI.a? whole t li iii -_r look- liiiii? very b. id?and relie, t.?
"??Hy upon (?rtiuii litiviriiiii, tit otli.cr-?. Lieut.-Col.
P.iubling w di, we tear, tiii'l it enharraaafBg la ex?
plain his half-million?gout to " Mayne A Co.," d<
p..?;!e.1 t?i hi'lji ?'Haine I ('??., " tor w In nu help wi?
ll?, p-le-s. Tue Controller of the Currency might, bl
amiably linked whether it is customary t?> ?md lt.ii,I.
Kxamiiiers only to moribund bank?, und whether au
institution hiiviiig but 098,610 n'A of ordinary business
deposits?showing tv hut btteiuen-men think of tin*
toin ern?-is tohuve Hiebest part of a million from di?
de Sam?t.? fly the kites of i ertain ' Hay ne A Cn.'.-.'
Other oftii.erh ol'tho <?t?veniiii?'iit in the Indian Da*
pariim-nt, tho Treasury Department, the post-Ofti? |
Department and the Pay Department, might be
asked w he'll? r they ?lo not lim I accomodation enough
in the Tn-ii-ury for their funds without getting into
the ittlairs ol' " Min ne A Co.'?." Altogether, there i?
a line luid lor paiiiiullv inf?*re-titi?i inquiry.
AH ATTACK O.l THF PIKi: II ti K > ? III -
KKAI'.
Miijoi-lieii. .1 li Steoduiun and ling. (?en. J. ?S.
Fullarton were lately -tent South by the President to
in 1.1??! ?i!i?i rapad aa the Freedmen's Bureau. \\*
do not remember to have heard of tho Itiriner ot ?MM
ofln ers in conm-itinn willi the Freednlen. but (?en.
Full-rton is wt-ll know n a? the person who mik ceded
Mr. Conway la Ihe Coiiunitisionership of Louisiana.
During In- brief administration in that State, he vmui
the regard ol' the New-Orleans Hebel? to such au ex
tciil that he wa? ollered a dinner on his departure.
In Ins limul?, thi 1?.t? .i i wa?- miniuged un (he concilia?
tion thenn | v?tv MBfih to the saiisfuction of the
plnnters. bit perhaps nu? greatly to the luuietit ol' tbl
Freedinen
The Gaaanla bave twaiplata- then tiru of -/irgiaia
niel N'.irth Carolina. Um public may M well under
hi uni at the out.-et thal, in'?-or?li!ig to their report, the
Freediiieu s llureiii!, win? I? bus been tappaaai to be
conductetl with fair ability, houe.ty ami zeal, is nian
kjioA in a! least one State by a gang of swindler?
and pn kp'u ket". This statement applies more
particularly ti. North Caroliuu, but even in
Virginia tho inspectors aro ?o ill aHlaflii
with its operations that they recommend
that the duties ol' the HureaU should be turned over
to the dakota commanding troops in the department.
Wherever the Bureau has, in the opinion ot the In
?p(?cU>r-Gciierals, been BMlaJ, it baa bi'eii r?? by
"acting in harmony with tho civil officer? of the
State." Klsewhere ditliculty lins arisen from the " ar?
bitrary, unnecessary, and offensive interference of the
agenta of tho llureau with the relations between the
plantera and their hirod freedmen," which creaton ?*a
growing prejudice against the Government among
the planter?." It is easy to tee by comparing n ??
two statements that the theory of the Bureau windi
(len. Fullarton put in practice in Louisiana still
ok.upiei his mind. To Uuu tho Bureau ia a macluue
to be employed for conciliating the Rebela and
removing the "prejudice" they hare cherished
?gainst the Government during the last four years.
And the inspectors declare explicitly that the present
l Virginia code "renders the freedmen, in our opinion,
perfectly secure, if loft to the ?aro of the law and the
protection of the troops." Ot course, it make?- no
difieren.-e, in their opinion, whether tbi liuro.iu be
well or ill conducted. In oither case it ia a niiisiini a
or a superfluity.
The burden of the complaint against the North
Carolina officers, is that they are working plantations
on their own account. Gen. Fullerton ?states?and ?,
we have no doubt of the fact?tint among the North
Carolinians thore ii a universal desire for the removal !
ofthe Bureau; which desire he attributes to the '"mi'- j
('induct" af the (EBB of the Ruicm in "working
plantations, running saw-mills, manufacturing tur
p?'iitine, tar, Ac.?operations which bring thuin armed
with authority of their official positions, into com?
petition with tlie citi-'un who are employing
freedmen." Hain this indictment, xTamag,
.Stuedinau and Fullerton bring to the li.tr n
long arrat of accused official-, among whom aro Co!.
Whiitlaaey, t. chief Commissioner ol tba Ba?an for
North (.' uoliL.i; Cap!. I*. A. ?Seeley, Cunt. _IBe.iB.ll.
the lii-v. Mr. Fit/, the Bar. Horace Janie-, Cspt.
Wheeler, Chaplain (?lavis, Major,]. C. .Munn, ?Major
Wio_an__Bi lad others, who are employe, ai tapai*
Intandf nta or rob agauti of Iba Bureau. Col. Whit
?lesey is charged wilh being interested in the
cultivation ol' a large farm, with attempting
to conceal his intore-t, with giving low wages
and making the most stringent labor regulations
to the great detriment of the freedmen. and inc:
dentally with smothering an investigation into the
alleged murder of a negro by his partner, tho Rev.
lloran* .Jnnie-i, or hy his clerk Boyden. The others
are all, we believe. BMBBBfl ol' being connected with
plantations, and with many subsidiary 8Bn*flMB, in?
cluding prevarication about the fact., cheating the
negroe?, stealing four barrels ot pork, r-*,ehanging
white sugar for brown, and (inferontially) pocketing
the il i flore m c, (molly tn-atuig the freedmen and sub?
jecting them to exorbitant tains forBBppatt at tba
Bureau, selling ('oveinnicnt property f?>r their own
Use, de, de
It is not our bu?!iio?s te enter on a defense ot any
of those officers. If any of thom have been guilty
of offen-es, we are most de?iroiis they should bl
tried and punished. The good will we bear t?i the
Bataan Bahai us tolieitona that whoever of its od_ mi
BbaBM bat trust ehould be BBBOIBl and removed. But
na print herewith a letter from Gen. IluwarJ, which
will have some inllueinje on tho pahua judgment
in these iiiHtLr?. If ia written not in reply to the
ooaeial report of Qoaa? Btaadnuui aad Fullerton?
which (.en. Iloward had ant seen?hut in reply to
tliuir uiiolliciul r?'[)ort hythe pen of a correspondent
of Th' Setr-York Herald published list week. In
regard to the general charge that hi? agents aro work
in. plantation*, tien. Howard does not deny that they
uro, but entirely approves their aitioti in so
doing, ile does not believe there has been any
?pe-cnl'ttioti, or prostitution of ollie ?ti position for
private glin. Ho "urgrd the renting and runnin.'
of plantations to alford practical examplos, and te
an?MBliagi joint companies." Qaa. Howard, there?
fore, and not his subordinate?, i.? re.-poii?il'le foi what
(???ii?. Mei'iliu.tn ami l'uHertou B-B_B8 to daaeribl a?
" mi?, ondiict'' in tin? respect.
As to the reata, the charges. Qaa. Howard siys
emphatically; '"1 have not yet the fact? as to North
i Carolina, but you and your friend? muy iBBf Bat-tad
tli.it every ?h idow of accusation of complicity in
, ni.n tlie part Bf ?MH officer? there, bl utterly
without louiidation." He add?.
" I espe.1 denunctntiun ?>1 this liuremi. but lbs lain" il-*Bun
? itiou itall bo made ?s-ainst the 1 reu sur.? I??|>artmeut. ?r
a. j ..tbei iap irtiiicnf. mid of the (,oTi?rnin?nt. with equal
?kow ot lest lea. Tea Bareet doe? not le taoagk ka ia ur? the
right ot the n"gro i ?ill a lii.it but it due? i.,'. Lum ptara
.karekra aad scbsst-btteaai it lees tel tejad amgn kelti
asea] It nIH talstTtrtr ?rrrrrtt i1u~i1l? *i until the uext
crop , onie? ID. It will ?IwaTI keep it? legitimate object!
clearly tu ti??? of | romottng iu,.u?ti_i. at?? ?'?ion and justi?'' '
tiens. Sieodiu in mid l-'ulk-i-Toi: aptBl parts of I'Tl
laji ni iiivesiigiiting ii.?- ofaratloBi of Um JtniaaB
Ihronghout tin1 Stat?- ?>f North Carolina. Whether
the* or (i.ti. Bonrnrd an-more l:kc!> to bewail In?
?orined o. tin-1 banister ol it?olia era and the ii.au.ige
itii-ut ?d Ita alfiiir?. the pu'il.i ein. judge.
aoriAi. Lift: of uni kum. ?ii:*?.
Nov. >Tarl L- the Me. .a >.l AflMBiCBB youths.
Our country Inda o.t-Tip thom ti older land? in
auilu!,..ii and enterpi;?o, and more eely .et tli_ir
:, i toward the great Biarta when raootaa ona ba
ino.-! largely gained, if gained at all. They come
Iront tin- (leu _, iiillui-ti. M ot home, t>> -Uko tin lil
>.euh, faith, and purity a-inn-t wealtli, lame, or
power. Ifa hate irwaya anpeaeated thia raab te thi
citj?Wbart at many aBMB te bl culled mid so lew
ehonan. Halt those n-prant?-would bo datan* better
for tin? country and llMBB-ftllia HIHag Illa fal Bia IIB
wlin li they were born, or re? liutniiit' 'heir proport.oiij
of our W'e-teru doT'iii ii.
Hut (onie tin-?, mil. in eonetnntlj iacreasing nain?
beni mid ara have to aooapl the hat, and te lend
theiu it lielping h.ind ni their trial JtAXt ol' lone] ii?- ?
and tetnptatiolt.
1 '.'.e youii- tuen BOW oven roivding tin? metr?poli?
an?, in the fut ure, t?? -ustain ??r H_Taa??? the foaaaaaat
position she no? comniands. Let pur ntercantilo and
social leaden consider whether, in their iudiSeranea
to tin* ?citare ol Iii;? i las-, tin y are not .-?owing the
wind lora whirlwind of profligacy and dishonor. Ii
th i bo ?o, their >in of OBBhariOB transcend? a host of
minor, positive o.loii.-e?.
Wl uro impressed with the BtelJBtka of tin? subject.
Hy tbaoaaaaa ol I860, our male population, between
tbaafaaaf-t ami lio, amounted to 111.tr?*I. Ksti
ni.iting its iui maaa tariag and since tba war,thara
arc now aiming us at least 150.000 young men?an
u.'tive portion of the laborious, excitable lift, at tin?
ga*.!! unmindful city. Two-third? arc without 188..
dent friends or kindred, ?driving te compicr a lootbold
?and how hard tho MBttet! What daly widening
trap.?, between tbOM BTba have stn ?Toiled ,u.d t_o-c
hut entering the field ' Neither the nug on nor the
BOebtl enjoyment ol' our ptnepOfOai men BOOBM broad
enough te in?.lade their employ?-? Look ?? tim
growth of .i.Tstociiii y und (?\cliiMVt?nop.s; the whirl ol'
folly, luxury and foahlon; tin? BBotiBoaa ooatefaab.
si-ieni-e: the meager .?alario.-, in vogue; and ?cc what
eliuiin1 ol'i oinfort or syinpathetic ease the town ha?
te proller bel 100,000 clerk-, apprentices und -?tilden: I
Hi rtsld together iu the beds and attic? of Ima'din?.
boaaaa, ibnt aal LVbbi Um happy homos fiatahliahed by
long re-ideii(o and suc?es.??, they are almost driven te
the public saloon for light and warmth, and fat that
friendly coinpHiiioii-dTiip which, either foi good or ev.l.
routh instinctive!) craves and will obtain.
The employers aro surrounded with all the appurte?
nances a blah make virtue attractive and easy to pat*
lae. Tba employ?s are not only urged into vice by
theil discomforts, but it is Vice alone who tenders
them an alluring hospitality. She sets forth her 7,7-??
, onvonieiit luir rooms, her _.>;{ hilliard table-?, her 1 ?m?
gambling hell?, barflSB concert saloons, and Tito re,-*:?.
iBIBi hollies of prostitution?in all ti which every
young man will moot a cordial and theory welioir.e.
Why, here is a whole army with banner?. I HB-BBBI
and (.'littering army, perpetually recruiting for tho.-a
powers of FaVil which our philanthrope;? ? laii'.i to op?
pose. It ig oitiui.itod that the receipt-? of the " pretty
waiter girl" saloons and of the hou.es of ill-tame
alone, ?mount to the annual mihi 0?90^500,010. Add
to tin- enormous item the BBBMBM income of the
dr?im-?hops, and you have aneihaustle??i umiiiissary
chest for the maintenance ofthe satanic ?yunpiign.
What are the forces on tho other sido f htm: a few
Fveuiug Schools; the Apprentices' Library and tho
Fruiter?' Free Library; neither bufliii.nt for tho class
designated in ita title; \tm. the Mercantile, Library, a
richly endowed, noble Instflation, but which doei nat
directly aim at eooial and nwral influen?a, and offen
no attraction* without oharge; ikm the Ctjopttr ?nioa,
in many resp-pots the most comprehend?? and
efficient of all, bat limited in comparison with the field
around it; i(?*m: 50 attractive place* of worship, o?o
fashionable and expensive for young men to attend,
item: SM placo^ of worship, whero the sittir?* are kt
moderate rates, b*u the preaching and e.ereisei of
wini 1?, not to be irreverent, the young menconaider
dear at any price.
? Hie Vuung Men's Christi.? As???:-iatiou.howevor,
forms a vanguard of encouraging iufl iinc.es and bid*
fair to b | km in itself. It ??as latterly been managed
by earnest and m i omplished young men. bcbmgiag
to ri'-i?lent n_B_|..<, who devote time aiid money with?
out stint to befriending thoso less fortunato thaa
ihe.'ii-i'lves. There are I.'.'?:.uy. ,. ??al, and r.-ligiona
facililics at the rooms of tho A?,<?ciation, and it*
memlipfs p.*rf'?rm a d-*al of patata**! labor in finding
aid BB?aaiplajBMBl for thoso aatrlj arrived and oat
of work. Committees "Ou Bi?ard;ng-IIoii?e>?," "Ob
Idiiijiloyinent," and "Ou Vi-itainm of the Sick." ara
?significant of the pcaetfaal turn ubi. li the Christianity
ol' this A ?-m lal -" bl ' ikon.
Tho managers aro now essaying to increase their
BBMUM ko Um i?.op"rti-?:i- ol' tho work in hand, and, oa
pcci.'tlly.toerect i building which V?Q roallyeuable the in
to offer ?ocial and moral ?ttnctioi.? to the young mea
??I Ni yv-York. Theirdesign inclu? --a Lecture Koon,
Reading Pioin. Circulating and MbraBM l.ibrariea,
L'onvT-r-a? oa I?'"'>:n?, i (iynnasiuiii, and other moaui
of recreation and a?lv mcement. S ich a house cudi
nut fail to become a genera! place ol resort. For i ti
erectioti and endowment the;; i>k tin? sum of .*'A'?O,0?O.
Tho amount, if large, ii nothing in consideration of the
object to be gamed. aa?i our generous MM hauts, il
they choose, eau IB?M it in a single day. They cm
lind no bettor use f??r ?u'?.us funds, since this is al?
most tho first movement, of a truly philosophical na?
tura) in behall of the youths of this city. It is based
apaa -bafan'sown plan?that of making the in.-tincta
and tastes of the young aBBBBffa to their growth and
well-being. Young men lo.e, and will seek for,
brightness, inoiids.iip. entert ti um Mt, love, society.
Give them .viinet.j.ngof __ thta in the pure and natural
way, if you would offer any effective opposition to Uia
saloon, the gambling-hell, and the brothel.
It is strange that the gata.mns forces of corruption
which cedden our thorough! tres at night with their
lurid watehfires, ?lo not awaken au alarm among un.
W? tear the com og peiUleme, and have overthrow?
the routine of yean to st ty it? advent. But what at
this moral plague I ?It _ Bat M difficult, O Athe?
nians, to escape the pestilence; but, fir-t cf all. flee de?
pravity, for it courses -.wifter t'.ian Death '"
JORMflV O.1*! TBK POWEBI OF I ??_
SENATE.
In commenting on th? Senate Amendaient, defining
the appointing power ol' t'.iu I':--;! ii'. The Ttmtt
??IV - :
Tart) feeling, id it? most nattai hour never went to far.
* ? * It did net occur to dar, W>ji!.*r. Kwiog. Mingan.
and other ?rainent st t*,*?aie::, that the tii?-utivs could b? tg
| tinre.1. or tlitt Congrei? coull iif.rp tile autfcoiity of tba
i rrasident. *. * * ?
And again:
Discreditable ao-1 imtx>iit:o an UM priK-^aling of t!i?: S?-*aat*
i?, m between itself and ttooUoml 1 -d..?. n, it t.- yet ?ora?
arila roiisldered ai a ne? :n!i-i?:.c? la fit ?dmimitrution of
i-. da? atfairt. * * ' It 1? simply an 1 ???'ely to annoy tia
''resident, to ?abject hit action to legation? rsitrauit?, ki
p-ov? tue (???-er of Congres? to i. ira?? alni arlpfla l??ni. to da
prire him of authority vetted in him by the LuaititutioD. aal
min Hu? lavriul ?tenue of -?ii. d no lurmer Congre?? baa
attempted ?nuilur.j- to interfere.
1 he h orld say?:
Hut ? hater-ir ni?y he t!?? d?irre ? Ot participation to whirl
the ?leam may be entitled, Butbiag > oil 1 be mon evidcotip
almurd tnan tie* pretension of - n ant? , o:,-..?i:-.g of Hie tw ?
IlniHi*? tu bald the apitniiittni? power of the i'reaident io
Bank, ne ia proposed by lue liLl u?ii? t ?*.. In .?.
What MaMf-l ignoran e of the pa*. '
In th.* I mied State- BMMta, 1> ?ember It, l-nj*.
Andrew JohaaaB, laBBtat tnm Um state of Taaaaa
a -'. a_ i
1 baum w* liar* the power ia our um Land?, and 1 ara oot
; willing to ihrink from the ri-ipot.nbi.tr of exercising tUat
; power. ? * * ? ? I ara fir abiding by the Cm-t tutiaa;
I u ii ii, abidi'.ig Ut it 1 want to maintain Bad retain hit pla*?
here an?l put down Mr. Lincoln ar.d drive back bl* adiaaoaa
upon Southam Inititurioii?. if L? ?le?:gG? to make bot. liar?
we not gi.-t tb* brak--? la our ban Is I Have we not got tha
power? Wehtv?. Let Seith ( ?ra_M tend her ?Senators
bin b. let all (1 e Senator? com? ami i:. trie lit. of M ireh Bett
i veaaaBkava i majoillj ef ali in tilt I dj igaianbta. Thi?
?i>?t:oiial eanui'lut.?. wl.o is in a mino: tt of a n. ti lion, or ?early
?.* aa t!ie papaln nar? BBBBBI mate li.sl a!)-., et on the 4?h of
, Maret) next unie?? tia? ?sea?*.? will lerni.t him. An?
' I to lo- io groat t coward a? to retraat
fruin i!at] ' I w.Ultimi h?r? aal r--?i?t ail eneroiicbmeata
, no1 alvaaeea. lieu? i? *_e p:?c-' r?> pmoi. Nial I I ?ert
? iJel ?ud let the erieniT coi:.*) and ? ike potJ?t--.on ? No.
I ('nu Mr. Lincoln ?end a (?trelyn minster or eren a ? o :iul.
' abroad aalen Ita maten tbe naattea el t_e__ami (sub*
j itppoiut a jHiitmaitor wh,??e *?lar\ i.? urer |..t?X) a taar.
? uhout Hi? consent o: th" Si?ite ' .Sds.i we desert our posts.
[ -iui' k Iran our r."si.?.i,,-.iml.t:??-.. aii'l permit Mr I.ino?n>u M
i come ?.rii I. ii ce dort*, a? we conn 1er them, trow the Mortii,
and cant ana? ti ?r jilling '
N'.'w. bp tv ty ol' r?t u!.ci?iati?)'j. iBppaa*. mm friend
ol the rre-.ub.-iit substitute ia the abov.* ti, ; u uno ol
Johaaaa B-aai thal of I.In oin oiirir*?. aai ?uduca
Mr. Triiiiil? ill to iin orporate i* i: bit I ???leech.
Tin? lollov. iii!? e\trict from ? .?[.al made bjr
Henry A. Wis? ?it Richmond on the anniver?arj of
Stiineivitll.I.iikson'a death. Tin Eatfrtm i?nip!iei ii'sthia
paper will repul'lisb. We Juatlfy ti li ?>r?'.i:ct?on, for,
whatever sensible Northern p-'opleni.ty think of Win??,
j he is m rcprcseiiMtive. i-omewha! irajaaiatai? af BBB
| men o! a certain class at the Stiitb. .1 id therefore tht?
I axtracl i? worth reading. The ?litlcret.ee between
ilii'in i?. that he s.tys op.-uly. in d'l eitravajfant way,
what they ouly dare to think soberly. There is evi
ib'iice that he is not alone in hoping that ther*?
???? may !>?? | second n-volition. more succen
l'nl than the _T0\ and wild as that ho?>e ia,
it is well enough to know that it exi_ts. On??
reason why it is never to be fulfilled ?s in the answer
to Wn-e's i'tiestion?''Why d?m't they hang met"
Paar Mia. To hang him would be to elevate him to
the ?liiiuitv of martyrdom. He answers ?t, much mora
Baafal purpo.se La baiag allowed to live and talk.
Hear him:
"I don't know that I am a prisoner. l.ruhter tam
bound Dr no chain. 1 linve a pan to go ? der? I please ujnoa
the ?ml of mr natue land. At ieitt Oen. Grant ?or? io. I
ii.st ba arrested, but I wanted no maa livittst to tall Baa
Wittier I nnght go. |Cheers j I liare iht praud ?ati?fartion
ot say nit; that I foight until we had won the pnviltge of being
; h ???! Applaui?. 1 There ii no authority her? or eliewhera
to arrest nie or to ?lop mr month ?o lon? a? I ober the coadi
tom? cf mut i'iir-ilt* and upon that parole I ?hall stand to lana;
ni I li?? | .li [,.-'.-? 1 Vu. cal! me a pritoner of war, I am
cot ? pruoner of ?ar. It prisoner ai all. lam a *.??-. ?on er of
lane?'. Among tb?* lait ?hot? tired by indiurrr at Appomattox
?????e those tired by the troopa that I b?d tha honor and priila
to lead and ('?'re ut ApiKi'nattox peace was brought aboat
You call the cause lost, it ii not Io?t. If it ia loat. tha
? ian <>f civil ii!,ern i? ilno3i??l for it. too, l? lett. '1 '. -rt waa
? l'ira?! ??? ????? .i i?! i Idira.liie regained and thtre wdi ba a
l'aradne regained m thu country. The blood that ha? beea
spilled is too preeioti?. I ?hould not bvliere In God f 1 ltd
?.??t t ?li? re that a ?peelBl providence would yet give victory la
and ???eura the triumph of civil liberty m ihn country,
i "One thing can be laid, there waa one mun who could Bot
be tiriten to ?lo that which bl did not consent to do. Al lan?
? as one man ia thu Commonwealth?: i to ice, ? WL?; ('?immon
| wealth ? What ?otjiBionwealtli - 'lhere nerer ?a? bat erne
Virginia. Hut I tell yon. Old Virginia ?? not at bom?. Boa
mil ?mue back ?oma of the?? days, and thaa iii? darli
take the hind most. I am watching, and will tell bar
, when ?he com?? what hu been done in her absence. I ti
??>. ' Mamma, your children did not do that. It wa? done by
I impostor? and pretender?. Again. I ?ar. there i? but ooe Vir?
ginia They have tain? and are wielding her powers. III
i am a traitor let then? make the moat of it. If I am a traiutr
?liy dont thev trv me and hang ma ? I hare loat my landi
and proiierty. but I would clean booti on yoar itraeta tooaer
than bow te umrvation. If I had tnnmphed. I ahonld har?
far.ired ?tripping them naked. [LaugUer.] Pardon1 Th?e
miitht har? appealed for pardon but 1 would hare laen tbta
duuned before I would hare granted it. For myself, the boot
being on the ath?r leg. I take no oath? ' I ant no pardos? t
| Prolonged ohaer?. | I gira you that brigade?the old, tia
lasting, the enduring Witt Brigade (Cheer* and applaun.]'1
Collector Smythe is expected to MMM control of
;; ?? ( itom-House to-morrow.
An Ol.io paper deiie* th? impeachment contain?,- ia
two items ot our recent list of defalcations and
?windle?, vii: " Embealemeut?, Ohio Treasury, %rdi,
(mu," and " State Treasurer, Ohio. |1(X?.000." Thom
are. perhap?, ? repetition of the same fact '?vhich ap?
peared at diff?rent times, in various aha^ie?, and In
many newspapers, and originally and literally, to
wit that "Mr. Horsey, Treasurer of tha State ol
Ohio, wai arrested at Columbus, on Monday
(Sept. li), on a charge of emb?j.ulement and breach
of trust, aud giY?, biU ia tha a'un of aw.?*?.'' Fitiux

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