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Voi? XXVIII.N?-8,511
NEW-YORK, MONDAY, JULY 20, 1868.
PRICE FOUR CENTS.
EUROPB.
GEKMANY.
Batam-.ft, haa eonclndcd ?? ??? iho B||tl|al
tiraaai ^caH'.overn.nent fo ?t ^
the do riunent h?*?^55 ? *"^.cal ,n
&*#*~^*** m.rIlllv conHudedln the
anily Wui t? in barf, -_
GHKAT HKITAIN.
?jajaj Bf aalBBBUt WBB-BUI TO THRonrv.
Lonm.v Julv IP.-On Thun-day bh* Adunral l*r
ir>.Mtn.? the aaKBieaa leol ei Oaaraa, *****
ZtovJt.i.C.iueen. The n.-xt day the AU...ral
indthepniHil"' offleor. of bifl flect procecd.-d to
EborneHouae, whore tbe Qpeaa waa Hh_ **PV***,
?ZnrareieeeiTew la ibe baaat cordial ataaaawby
Hcr Majeet* tbe Priaee of Wake, tbe Dakaol Edfar
bnrg and ilie in.ii.beih.-f tbaBojalOaafi
M_qr_AB DBMOB8TBATIOB W fAYOB Of MR.
OLADBTOBa,l BILI
Apoim!ard,i....:i>uatioi. tOOk ph.ro in tbal rit.v
to-day Infavoroftbe l'a.l.u.... ..tr.ry ?eaaarea for
the 'ahohtnui Of the Irbtb CMiimvI. l-s.ul.lislin.o.it.
laroeee...eaaatattoi ol wcAtafj mo, earrjlng
?aaaen flad waarlag greea ribbatia praeeeded le
Hydo l'aik. wbeee ? bimb nmetiBg wa* etBaa
i,?i Aftof OaYaaajB fnun Bereral Bpeakon
badboon ileliveml, reaoratioBfl fltroBgij ptotoating
ftgainat the lajaefaoa bytboHawaooi Lardaofthe
Bgeh Chairb Aa?)ainfj_eBtfl Baeweaelfla lull waw
?iioptt'U. Ai'out 1003 aoraaae wota pimaf af tbe
attoting. Tlu ir pToeeed?P were orderly, and tbere
waa no rabartatwaofl aa the oari of the aattea
TBI wiii-AT CBOP.
EiliilmTI*" BflBrtroaf faaai all aarieofl tba Uaitod
KkkaahaaBe>rwthaf Ihe vui.l oi wkwat aneeedathe
BjBtaal aTerage al the eroaa.
movi:mi BYfl Of ADBUBAL PABBAOI P.
8?>t."niAMi-i"N. Jaly lt.- Tbe AJaerloan Bqaadron,
nndor couunuiul of AdBxiral EaYiagat,aaUedto-daj
from tho Suleiit. The Bagabip 1'ranklin. with Ad
Diiral Kurraiiut oii huanl. has L'oiie tii QitMfltar, the
i Tiooaderaga t<> Harre, and the Bteaatet
t'auaiidaigua to Cork._
TUE INTLRNATKNAl. COPYBIQBT l.AW?TIIK
i.i aaoiAB awoEL.
In the Viri'-t liaiutlloi'rt Gonrt, Loadon, oa
Ihe4th July, u in'.itiim waamadoon tba portof Ui" pnb
\Mwn Meaare. Barnpeon, Low * Oa , to n rtraiu Momi*.
W*rd,'lA?clt d Tybsr, from pabllablng "Tbo Oaardlan
Aneel" a noyal by the Anierteah poet and huuiori-t,
OuverWendell Bolmoa. Tho norel waa flrot publtshcd In
lUAUanttc MuHthlv, and Mr. Holmea agrood toeell the
ooayTlgbt for Knglaud to the plainttnTe, and ln oi
th.Veffrctun.lr wmt to Canad .. and realded th. re before
tne nabheauon in Englaud. 'l hli waa lu March, im, the
luililicaliiui ln I7i? Alluntk Monthly haytng
tiirv Hi.il in Octolier the \.k waa broughl onl
niMiiitiffa la complele foiw ?t 16 Rbilbngn, althongh cix
nmntxni remali.ed tone piiblishedin //" .'? llatitit Uonlhlp.
Fhe dofendanta bronght oul tbeir editiou al 2 abi
Apnl. 1H6U. ?nd the regihter at Btationera' 11 ul of Mr.
lliilnith'H tilit ai.'l a-u:: ln.i.t ??? l.ol I.iaUr tlli .llllo .
lli^. Hooor heid that tbe realdeuce ol Mr Uolm
tbaogb aa Aaterican citizen) ln Canadawaa eaoogb lo
??ve liiin lltb li copyrlgbl nut n aa
Ibe liu-raiv aora iu wbicb copyrigbt ia claiiued luust
l>e firxt publ?bed m tku country thi ro eould oalj be pro
tei'tion aj.d ii . aa t>> tlie laal Bix oha|
wai 'ie.ii tbat . pyrigbt migbt exist ae to a pail aaly of
a iKKik
Mr Draco, (J. C , and Mr 8i?eod nppeared f..r tbe plaln
tiftn; Mr. Kuy, y. C.,and Mr. Weatlakfl foi the delend
aata
IlkBB OOflflTP.
Tlie I'rlpcfM of Wab ? oa tbe Btk ol July was oV
of adaaghter.
Kkrandorotood thatnofurtherwrlta to mi \.
ln tbe repreaeuutlou of any constltnoaey will be moTCd
uuUi the aiiiiiurnni.nl "l l'arllanieut, noo wrtta foa a
aaawal ataotioa tri.tha now Parbameat wttl bo a mattar
ul aaoraa m _. _. , ., ,,
Jobu Waltor, proprti tor of The 7i?mm, nml tbe uon.
kuW.tiui ll.il-H. -iie to Inlatinof tbe
tountyef Hfrkabirc.
TAti^iai "f Mad.mie Ruche.l, of "beautlful 1
notoneti, h.iH iM-t-ii j..-[].i.i.i .1 uutil tbe At.fc-iiat M
Ikc ^.euirul i lii.i.i-ul I oui t.
ITALT.
pgATll ? iBBI BASTUBIBI?BBMABBABLB
BYIBTfl IN THE LIFE OF AN ITALIAK BCI LP
TOK- i 'L IIAIIAN PABUA
BBBT.
tN?OuiO?ni
Flobekcb, '
Giovaiu i Baatlai Ini i night
at8. Miuiar.i. 1 - of tbe l_ne
lvitui baat in i.v ; trnly tbat "aoMving
Btorptorcan iu" . Daathbaaaaddenlj
? ? .
tbbla.-t ux : Parifl aad I
ittruo of tlu that tbey an
alwaj>
case art \m?ith n ?? ng foi tbe benefll ol thoai
who bave . il tbem
lovir* af thi . 'O't t.al
??giand toill iu-. to tbfl
enpidity ol ' B l ?? hoae nami
.
kfarrfl <<;r<i
portrail attrai t? d tbe ..:;. otion
lliat it
aan ;. pj - l. ln Ul XV'ltll (???ut 111
/ii iii t i.. ' oTiloa,
moutbfl
Bjfter t M. )'? < omto
the directoi >.i tbe Lourre,
who in bifl) i
i
lu.ji;... M it )i".v atan
?? portrail
old I..1 ia! daj oftor day Ui <>i"
vanm Ba I m obsi-ure m ulptoi ol i
arriea;
h?>i I"
i.-.ii gorki 'i in I
ai.il loi the laal ten rcara productfl
baata '
ootta.
? li i
Igi i ? . . told if t"
M- 04 | tho '"-?
Bowevi uinbe
Wh i, tho l'ariaiuii papora
publiBbi-d !, i lini ty
-? thefactii i ki rke.
d th< wboli aa a plot; vowed
aiiti'jue, that no nioderu ueulptoi
ir, hut iliihiii (I i" iiiit i mi v
it\ oi oiigin. M. <l<
?
it to Lini a- forgetting
tn from li.m-ll in wbi< li
.
1 I ..?1(11)1/1 -I,' . mi tu
[ aad /fad il an autique." I tu
? uiiih np thi- mntti-r, luit II - friendu
piiiv.il tbal a htiM of
oavontu . , . . ,i uutil
j enth Cenl iv, were bi
? . palm tlu in
:n foi tbe ineignificatil
' li.uio., Hiul to the ut'lit
! il.. w) ImMrt who 1,,'nl Ixuight
ivowod
. u-coaMiizoil Jui-liiimiii ns tlieir
I wan lumored that M. '!'? Nieu
?-H..i a l.r-t whh h Hhould
I lldged PiJIlRl to lleliivii ni.
?ii the I'atrie. declaring
*uatluebadreceived no kuch ofltr, but tbal sIkuiM
.?'"i"'<-. h'.-. would do a biibl daut to
ii, and of the twi i into
WjuI**11'-.011 ''o'oiiilitii.ii that tlu iu.ui. y hhould
T_? ? <**' aiu' an iudepi'iidciit jury appointe'l.
""?,tifc'-iil.'-d to | . but lt 11]'
tJoun' :l-y"U
, "dou. M. lc t iiawerkerke
?j.i.'. i '"'"f'Hid Mlcuce, reluHing nn atiawi-r tu the
22"^ icbwould ? ?? ali.lillHul
laiuia* ? fe ^*n>vieni buat did nol li itte troni tbo
ia i ? wwtianiui, whtn itf lt tiiiH
f_ ?_? li"' ""! molded l>v Bastiauiui
CW, told by iw-ii to Kovibia. aud
iH that luihtT
faaaawri^'1''' ?"" l,s >"n,-r' j'"' i"'"1 h,||1i'tor,
hitherto - nn i-h kept
i"iiit d I,, ilieaiiih ol iaui'. w aa
? lt I whick abuuld aerve
ru.? .".f .""' ": ???' "i m \ !?? ai.il workuiaiwhipto Ibal
?,',,, "<l with ihe I i"i
I "li, Btrik
! Iuiii oll in thr
?? lie iiiniid al] thi : a /. /a
ribaldi, "after tbe manner of tho XVth een
tury." He waa, followed to tho grave by an
lMiitn-iiHO coirriiarao of artiatw and fricndH, and
tbeio ia no doabt that hie fiuno will ont
livo the caltimiues of tho baao vendora who
Konght to enricb thomaelvea at hia, exponne: hnt tho
Iohh Ie art \h tfreat, and tho intutitiiatioii of tho Ital
latiH, thal tho leason |0 tho Kieinli eonnoissotUB muat
foreA.T t.-inain ineotnploto, ia exlntne.
Anotber loas to ltaly and to Beienoe is tho doath of
Benatot Mattencci, oiiee Mlaiaaarof Pablie Inetrno
ItOB, He died at Leghorn <>f apofdexy, and WM
l.ntieil nt Piaa, yesteulav, wlth every maik of Hyui
pathy and eataran.
Of jxiltties 1 havo little to romnninieate that ean
kotereal foreignera. altbongb it baa been oudonbtedly
the inoHt imiMiitant I'ailiainentary Beaaioil sinee au
Italian Parliament baa exiatad, Tbe Benate baa
aattotionadtbegriadingtax,and tba Honae 1h Htill
tyeeoaaeag tbe raaiooa billa for ntrenohtnant and m
enaae of nrenoe, whteh, aeeordiog to the ane?
.i-iit'Mini-ler of KinaUCO, ure to lill up tho defirit
?Wifliiii a few yeam.
Bul two qneationa yet remain t<> be declded whteh
attoid any piuaix-ct of a battla roj/al betweeu laoder
.'ite* and Liboials. 1 rel'.-r to the BBllCtioil domauded
iioni the lloOM fof tbe 600.000.000 a|M-nt diu
injf the last sevaa rean by tba rarioua Miniatera
al.nve and beyond Iba aaaaa roted by Parliaanont,
aud tho eeeaaon of tbe tobaoeo taotoriea i?y tbe Oor
i-niiiieiit lo a foreign oompany.
Tbeflral gnni will paaa after a atonn pn/bnaa, af*
even th<- ultra Botla know tbal it'e no uae crying orei
spilt DBilk; bul u* the propoaod eontncl of tobacco la
deemeddiaaatrouaoren by mauy <>f Ihe Modeiatea, 1
think it atanda a ehanee of wjection.
Tbenewa from Rome ia rauch mon UToly tbaa
anytbing in the Italian Capitel The Pope haaiaaoed
theaumuionafoi tho(EcumenioCouncil wlnchiatobe
beld in LStJP, on the annlveraary of the iia\ ael mjjde
to ...iiinu inoiate tbe Lnmaculate Conception. Th.-n
tbetroono encamped al the Camp of Hauuibal have
been nviewed and bleand. nml in rotnru hare an
hveiied the Pope with B ahain liuht. l'nv tbal the
iegiouariea deaert, and the Zooavee mutiuy, thus
dialurbing tho peaoe of the happy faaaity tn the
Holy Claj !
THE PAPAL BTATE8,
TIIK iMMim Al. nt'l-l. <'K OOBVOCATIOBa
Tba jitti'lioatioii oi' tba Pontiflcal boil ooa
vokii.f; an .Kciiinennal (.'oiu.eil of tho itiahops of tho
Cwtholte Cbarek oa tba etb Deoeeaber, 1800 (feattral <>f Iba
|.,iii-;.<-i.l.it,Com. ption). took pl.uM y...-t.-nlay niornlii/.
ln the iltlllllii Of Iba Vali.-an Haalhea. The Colle^e of
tpoatollc Protonol trtee, aeeompanied by ... Pontiflcal
eii.tii.i., liam and tbe Apoetobc tueaaenijer*, were preaeut
at tbiacereiuony. Oue ol tbe protouotaiiea aaceudcd a
pulpit e.-e.-ied i.eai IbegTcal gateol tbe Baailica, blacol
leaauea aittuig withln, aud, after a faufare >.f truuipeta,
t. ...I aloud the PontlOcal i-nil ol oourocatHMi, two ooptea
of whi. li were afterward attixed by lbe .,.. ?-. u-.i- to ti..
...in.in..-. ol the pnm ip.il enii.u.tf. Tbeaauiecercuiouy
attenil.-.l the piil.ii.-alioii >'f the bi.il at the I-al, l ai.
Chureb, the Uberuui Bnsillca, the folace of th,- ..ni.a
luuo, i l./iaiia, the AfoatoUc Cbatu ery, aad the cu.upo m
The text Of the PontifU'il I'.nll ia M followa :
?' Piaa, Biabop, Bei ranl "t tbe bV i\.mtr ol <."ii for fnture
M> -inoi.V.
MTbe only begotten 8on <>f tbe Eternal Father, out oi
ui.i.h II.- bore iinio ua. .1. -..-i.-l'-.l Irou.
lli>.. loatial tliroue, m order t" rodeetu, In Ihe fullt.ea* ot
tii.ic, tbe wkolebuman race Irotn tbeyokeol am and
tioni bwudage toMataa and tbe darkneea ofterrw Into
wbieb, by tbe fault ol tbelr onM parent, tbey had loug
ai.u-e iin.s. iaiiv i.oi.-n; aml Be. not decllulng froiu llus
patornal glory. waa bora of tbe Irniuaculate and Mi?l
Holy ViraUi Marr,aad axanifoated Hiadoctnuei
rule ol i.i,- broagat from Heareu.attnatlug it witb au
mauy exeelleni worka and atrlag Hlnaaelf np aa an
offerina for ua aad aa m rtetlaa to Ood la the oaor ol
, aud, narlua ranquiahed deatb, He, before
aacei.di.tn inm Ii.-av.n to Ml upon tbe rlaht haud oi
th. Father, aeut HIs Apoetloa Into the world re preaeb
tho Gospel to even creatare, and gave to tbeni tlu
pow. i of ruling the ('h.u.ii pm. Inx.l by Hii
, tbiiacouatltuted wbal la the coluuin and flruiati
oftnitb; aud,e.bed byceleatlaJ treaauroa.ihowi
.,ii path of aaiv.iii.'ii aad Hie llght of^true dovtri
eopte. ln order, Ihea, thal ti"- gorernuientof the
Chureb abould be ,-v. r in.ni.t dni <l ln a i h bl and w. ii oi
,|. i.,i vourae, aud tbat tbe whole Clirlatlau world i
?pbold one aole t.uth. doi trlu., eharlty, and conimu
? ,,,,,,-,.,1 ih.- ,.m nul ? Ihe end "f Uuk . and i boa.
wheta be bad ttoelared t,. ba Priueo uf tba Apoa
mr. \ uar oa earti. aad b. ad, foandatiuii, aui ceutre
i ot th,-1 hnnii, bo ti.at, inve-t..l witb tbtaraiib and boi.or,
and witb ampHtuda ol cblel aad luil atitborily, power,
lunadiction, ba ibould I. ed tbe >-i". p ai -1 ihe latuU,
coiiiiin. u?- i.i.-ti.i-,-1 . rule lbe ...,i\-.-..i tbarrb.aud o.
tne Kule-keeper "t Ueaveti, aud arbitei t" blnd aud to
tooae; tbe ? u., t ol bia Judgtneat raaialBlag aaallena la
li. aren IB I ? o, .-> rau. U-l ..,,.,,,,
?? \n.i inut tha umtv and latearity "f tha < burcU ?n?i
lberKoverunie.it ...i^l.t reroalu periaeiualli uniuotuiiie,
foi. the Hotn.iii PoUtlff*. IUi '
ui tlna aalt.e Kolnau , 1. n. ot l*< tei . Il.ka i ll aml poa
- in full Hgoi ll.,- v, ty a.nie aupr, ii..- h itlioritj .irma
<li< iion. aml ptimaoj ,.r Ivi, , ,.,, , .,.,. ?,..... , t,i,r.,,.
?? iiniee the lciiiaii PoutlOa. tiaii.f ih-ir paa*or?lcare
aadautborlty orertbe wl.? M ,. k ol th. Lorddlrluelj
intrtuted I.. ihem by ? brial Uitaaell ln ti" |m raou ?.f Ihe
H.ir.-t.r, hare apered n^ fatiguein uaklugeverj
tbat, froui th. i iaing to lbe
i|,l. aml .,11 uatlo
. doet.iue, aud bj walkiug ia tbe
trutb nmi juatlre ati.un ,t,n.al llfe.
??'it i? known t<. all vntn wbal au I
?,.,!, pu ? -o.ieiit t<. prt ...i-o-;t of thc
f.iiih. the dlaelpUae ol tbe olergy, aud lbe holy and
l. arm-.l te lehtnga, and th. . .f nial
i inony, a .1 to proniote aud exteud the t-du. .tlon ol lbe
-. t.,f,,.|, r tu, tj of tlu
and rlrtuoua mauuera, to defend (uattce, and to
th4 tramjuiUty, order, pi.-p.-r.iv. aud rucbleof
?i.. Poutifia oinitt, .1. wbei. the)
. :i.,;,l It IIM-fili.e-p, e.ally lU tlUoauf Klttat f, Itut
I..I...H aud eaiaii.itv for oor n.oat bi tudclvll
Ui eonroke Ueueral Coauclla, to theead that. bv
K with iill tne Biahopa of the i i
-,\ 1,01,1 tne Holy Uhoat baa appoluted to rulo thc Lord'a
Chureb, th.-i migbt, byllieli nuited atrengtb, provldeu
. ly oniainallih.'-e tbluiratual would ebk Bi
defln. tbe doga th, diap. i erroraal
, . u-d.oi tbal njlghl Ihem ? forward b ? pmpa
ii,- and elucidate do. trlue, uphold and r>
fortn evcleaiaaueal dlaafipUuo,aud aornal naearnpl
:-. oplee.
" It laalnadj knoara and maidfcil t>. all bow horrlule
,i ?. I. ;..-t now iiafiiati- the Churob, and what.
i hun b, I.--.
. ber veneriii. .1 power, and tbe lupreme autbor
lt] ol (bia A|..-to.i.'.""". -." opjioaod aud nel al i.aughl bv
the bitter i ueml. i ol < KmI aud n.an. A I aai redl
< onteinned, > celi iluatlcal prop. rty i- piuud. red, biahopa
and bouored men attacbed t" tbe Divltieiuluutry and
ii, ;i dlatluifulahed i"i t-"-;' Catholic aeutiiu.
:i..tii.lt-1 in evcry way, and i>-' i - premed.
- uf every klud, peatllentj .urnala. aud noil
titudluoua aud nioet p<:ruicioua aecta an; aproad abroad
on ,-,ii sidei Tbe edueatwu of tbe anhappy fouug la
,-i v uh, re ? llbdrown from tbe clergy, and, wbal
i-'in mauy plaoea eoubded to utaaleraol im
aad < ii"i. . .,
.. io oui pnlgnanl grlef, and timt of all k"""i men,
and with mlaeblel loaouU..I ean n. rer be luOlcieiitly
linplety i.i.'i corruption ol niaun.
? .. . propaaatedtbemaelrea; aud there prevaili au an
. . iit.,1 r ountagiou <>f depravod otiluioni ol
-. and of al. rlcci aud Immurolitlea, and ao Kreal
tionofdiviueaudhun.au lawa tbal not only our
liaioil, but hnin,ui ao. i.-ty al-". i- tl.ni.v
turbed aud afliioled. lu the heavy aceiuuu
lation of , .,,11.1,11., i whereby our beart ut tl.ua oppreea. i.
the onjii.ine paatoraJ eharge couOded to ua requiroa
that we ibould arei Inereaatnaly exert oar
, .,, repalr Ihe ruln ol the Chureb, to
ila oi tbe Lord'a Boek, aad i" repel
. i.ta aud faiai attempM ol thoae who itrire to un
rool Mon. their foundatiou,If thal wero powible, bolb
th. Cburch and clrll aoeiaty. And troly, bythehelpof
Uod iiinu tbe eommeuoement of onr Pontiflcute
: oui -oi-un, obligation, bavi nerer eeaaed to
? \,,uu inoiif. onaiitorlal - aud Aiioatollo
,n.i to defend oouatautly by orery effort, tbe
? uod and H .a Holj Ctiureii, i onflded uutonabr
th. Lurd < i,i,-i, to apboldtha rlgbta of thla Apoitoi.,
-. i..,. i ot luaUce aml tiuti.. uml to untuaak tha luildloua
ol .in enemlea, i" coudemn erruraand falaedoe
roacrlbe hupkMta leeta, aad to wateb orei and
provide f"i tbe lalralion ol all ihu Lord'i Qoek Aml foi
lowiugthe praetice of oui llluatnoua predoueaaora, ?<?
have .ie,iii.-.l it upportnue to aaa. uible a aeui-ral couu.il,
wbich \\. have already long dealnsd, of all our reaeruble
the biahopa ol the whole < atbolio vmmM,
uow called lotake parl in our aoll. .tmle. Theao
oui \. :.< i..i'i> i.i, tnieii. proii.pt. .1 bj the wartn.
for tbe Catholic Cburaai, and remarkable f..r eiulneut
i i,,i rerereace toward ua and thia Apoatoli. .-.'-.
auiloua alao for the aalratioa of aoula, aml excelleutlu
iu doctrlue, aml erudltlou, aud araatly laiueut
au the K" leroua coudition of aacred aud profaue
tbTnga, they wlll beld notblu? more precidui tban loeoui
U to na their Judguieut, aud eoufer withualu
ordei io pio-. nle aniuiaiy i.-m.'ii - forao mauy calatultlea,
icae tbiuga hare to be moal carefull) exaiulued
and i,??!... ted in ti..' (Ecumoui. al Couu. il, more paiticu
lally Witb r.-k'.ilil 10 hll tbat in tl"-?e < -vll timea eol.eel na
tbe areateat glory ot Uod, tbe Intearitrof tbe falth, tbe
reapect for liirine warabip, and tae eternal aalratioa ol
io, ii, the dlaclpllna of iheord, ra "f thu < lergy, and tnelr
Bolid and aaiuiiuy tralulng, lbe obaei rauee ol eeeleaiaati
oallawa,lbeamelloratlouof tnanuera, thu edu.-atiou or
( htiftu.i youth, aml the pt-tt, ? and roticord of all. Aml
furtber, tbe i ouucil muat at-.-k by auxloua at idy that b)
the i.elpof (,o.l all llla Inii) be PlooVeil ff.lil cU ll BO
eiely. tbaterring waoderera autj ba lad baek mto tin
rlahi way of trutb. ami tbal rioa aml arrof may ho t-iimi
naie,l our augnatreUglon and bei lalutary doutrtua may
i-y,-i v'wii. n> be qalokened by treah life, aud may atill
d tbelr inil.ieme, aud tbua plety, houeaty,
orobiti luatiea, ubarlty, aml all the t.hr.aiiai, rlrtuoa
luaraatber itrangtb uml BOarlab to tba greal benent el
humuu a.,, ittv. Noiie ean ivei deuy that lbe atrengtb of
atbolio Churob aud ber doetrine doea not aione ra
aard the eterual aalratlon "f men, but ueaaentlal au
lbe temporal weltare of peoplea, aad to their reaJ proa
rdei ami irauqulllty,aud even to lbe prtigreaa
aud aou.iiu ol huni.in a, ieuoe.aatba annaUof aaori-a aui
prolatic butory elaarlr prore by a aoiics of ap.ciiaia
iud atnl couetantly demonitrate, Ann?
"Ami .iu.,-.. brlit the Uird ao greatly aonaobra andconv
foita ua with thoae worda, 'For when two oi threeare
. logetbei in mi nanie tbera I am lu Ihaaauiaioi
tbem.'wo laiinoi tloubt tbal lu the abundauce or mi
divine mercy, He would vouchaafc lo be preaeut attuia
oouucll, ii, whlch wa ahall be able tu o*ubli?u luoae
tblugatbatln any way regard tiw wciian; of iiu hoi;
Chureb.
"1'berefore, after moat ferrenl prayer offereu up aay
and niK'ht ni tba niiuiility ol uurbaaii t<> (;."l Ihe t?ia?i
ol llght, Iged it lobe'-xpe.lieni that thla coum
cJl ahould Im> uMeu.bh-d. Poa thia cauae. eanaai ?" tue
authorlty of Ood the Father Almtghty, the Bon, and tho
HnlyOhoft. and of the Holy AiKietlc*, Peter and Paiil.
wbich authorlty w? repreaent on earth, we, with tho
eouiiDol und conaent of our venerablo brelbren tlie ( anll
naW of tbo Holy Hoiuan ihuri h, by theae preaent letten;
announie, convnke. and ordaln tho aacred ffcoumciilcal
,md tieiieral Councll to bo holdeu ln tbat our Uty of
Rnine in tbe coiuiug year. lnC?. ln tbe Vatlean lMu>!H;;a,
coiiinienelng upon tbe 8th day of lieecmhcr.aacred to tbe
iinuiaeulate eonei ptiiiu tif tbe Virgln Mary, and to be
proseoute.l iiiul coiulucted to Im tenolnation by the lu-lp
(ifiii.il, to bdfl fharjr, aud to tbo galvutlou of all Chlstian
IM"Av'e tberefore denire and rointnand thnt our venerablo
bretliren, tbe patriurelis, areblil?)i"l)?, bmhops, as alao
iiiu iM-luveil HOU8, tbe uhliota. uiul nli Otkoifl who, by rttfht
or nrtvilege. are elititkMl to ult ill gonernl OOUni ll* and to
manlfeal tbeir ojunioua totboaanao, sbould fnun aii partfl
ri-uHir to tbia (Ecumenloal Coonclt, oonyokod t>y ua, and
to tbla enVel ?? Invite., e.xhort, and adtiionlsh tlu in, I'-ifh
ln virlue Of the "ath tbey bave tak'-ti to int and tbla Holy
Bm and of holy obodaOnoe. and uiuler the pecaltlofl by
law orouatonidocroodagainat tho*n wbo ??"toappoar
at the.ludla. We rtgoroualy orduin and preaenbe that
tlu-V ahiill be lioiind to iitteml tbla BaVCTOd eoiinell BBleflB
witiibebl by aome Ju*t luip.-diuii nt. whlcb, howevcr, milat
ln all oaaaabOBfOVOdtO tkfl Hynod by tbe iutcruiedairy
uf leglUniane proxjea. ... , .>
"Weehertak the hopatbal God. la wkoflfl bandfl are tbe
hearte of aaon, abowiog blmaelf tayoraMc loonrdealre,
may grant tbat, bv Iiiu lnetf.iblo inerey and grace, all the
?npreme prluoea and governora, more eapcolallyt atboiie,
of all uatioiia, growlng dally more ooiu.eii.usor tne im
liniire liiiu-litH wbii h huiiiaii BO- loty d-rivc h from IM
r.tliiulii' Chureh, and knowlng tb.it tbe < liitrch ln tbe
ini.-t atable foondatlon "f emplrea and klngdoma-not
.iiily wlll not ii.i|i".le.iur vi-ii. rable bretbrea the blahopa
audothera froni attendlng this OonnoU, bnt wlll ratber
anl and fi.vov tbla obji ct, aud oobperate u alonidy, aa b? -
,.s Catbolle prtneea. in all taal may roaoll t" tbe
lti- iii r alory of ??od and tlie benrflt of ihls Councll.
"To the ead tbat tboae our lettora and tba tblnga tbere
ln conutued may coino to tbo kaowlodga of aflwboio it
may ooneern, aml that m> pereoa may be able to pieaxi
Irnoranoe of tba aamo; aaa aa, poaatuy, tboy mlgbt not
aeciirely reach all thoeo to abom tboy may be i? raooally
addremu'd, we dealre aud ooininand that tho preeenl lel
ti-i-8 be road pubiu-lv aml andlbly by the nweaengjera of
.mr Cuii.i or aome publle iiotary ln tbe Lateran, \ atlcan,
and UborlanBaatUoaa. After bavlng boefl road, tbey
aball be uillxert to tbfl doora of tbo aald cburcltea, the
* uen of tlu' Apoetollc Chancery, ln tbe uanal place in tbe
? '.imi.ii dl Flort, and ln otber poblle placaa, wberatboy
will liiiiain for rome Ume, for the iuformatlou of all.
wiiin tbe orlginala aball be removod tbey wlll be rcpmeod
by copiea In the aatno placoa. ln rtew of sneh lecturo*
piibiieutioii, aad exhlbltlon, we ordaln tbat, twomoutha
from tbe date of pablieation aud poHtjng ??f om kttera, all
and eiu h of iboee ? bom thej may oonoeinwlll be bouod
thiirhv equally as if tboy had boen road aud rommuntea
I, ,l to tii< rn poreonally. We furtherorderaaddeereo tbat
eopioa of tboae ktttere, wrttten or aigued by ? public no
taiv, aml i>. arlng the oealof tomneccleaiaatioaldlgnftary,
may be n< eeptcd aa perfw lly autbentle.
"Nomanwlll be al ttberty to oppoao or raably eontra
vi ne tin-. our Indloflon, annouuaeroent, eouyocatlon.
Matute, th-i?!???? ?. command, pn rept, und InvllaUon. Aml
if am sball preaume lo altoiupt tbla, lethiio kuow tbat
be will incar tbe wratb "f Almlgbty <ii>'i, aml of MB
blesned Apoatlea Pob r aod Paul.
??i.iM-n al Rome, al 81, Pi ter, In the yearof II
natlon ofonr Lord law, on tke *tUi Jaaa, la tke IM reat
of our Poutifleate. ? , ? _,, ,
.., , ? tpirx, lii.hi.pof tbe Catbolle Cbarek.
(Iferofollow tbe slgnatnn i of tbe Cardlnale.)
lb< Mllan jiiiiruah annonnee the imblteatlou of tbe
bauuaof uiurriage In tbal elty af Menottl Qarlbabll wltb
ayoonglady named Italia Bodeaehlnl, born atBnBjrrwa,
aml Uying at Padaa.
PEANCE.
TIIK AMBBICAM i i
The coneapoadeBw ti Th* Lomdo* Mornitf
Paaf, wiitnii.' fi'uu Partfl aa tke ftb "f Jaly, atyfli
-,n ii fotegivea In Parlaon ti.saalon of the
uiiiiiii i-.iM "I Mn. M.aii Iml. |.Icnce ?.slilihhtillH.il
aiiHiMuded durlua tbe ctvil war.and aaa afterwarii n
?uiued bytbe Hon. Mr. Bigtlow, thn Amencau Mlnlater
rraldcnl h.i. UmiIi pbace ou Haturday, al ibe favorjt."
eanlensin tbe Uom de Hoakigiic, tbe Pr?V4 itelan. nnder
:. in r of n ? 1.'? |,|v
,. ,?, M ul .'A.: in -iu- capltal ?f Ibi
large nuiulx i "f kaieneami - (ournli - * i"1'"1
,-a ibe ocvofloii. aud f 'i iud .. -, '" "f
fi.rtuuaUh farored ?nh flne - fbe uaua rcad
mii of ih. i" i larathiii of Indi \> uilcnce waagom thnuigb
.,.. Koblnaon, wbo aaafolloaed bj
l,. 1 |i i , ,,,||, ,.f Sii? York. iu an oratlon ap|
!,, iho'occaaiou. 'Il'- -I". '??"> ll1 F?"d ' ''''';
urtiiiK tbfl ii-..--ii> "f a -?'.loii- oliUvHin "f
,11 ,1,-1, I the rultlvatlon Of a genulue
uf .. i. rn ition. li" i..::.d t?. mlud tin eo
operailoua of tbe ii.i.. h on the i..,ttl.-fl. i.i- ln whlcb
4.I1I.H- an* had aou thelr iml. ; ! !? 'luU d lo
eh llag, uMug t.iin? higbly complimciiUrj aud
?tat. ful. Ih. I'liliti- il i.i-in.ii) lielug oyer, ll.mi??
IbeuuHdvca up to tbe pleaaure* of roiivi i
?T,,1 N.,.,-. ii. ut* in wiii. h li.ith >?
iieaitily |i i ?? .,'ii"l I'Uere ?, re flroworka ln
nliir. folbiwed by a ball Tbe Aiuerii iiuo oul
witli iiii ai tfini. botli .ni tn !?? i--n .1 i" a u> and
k- in,, ,.r ih. ii ii.ii.-it.??. Aii..,-. tbi i the I- i
of to. uii.-t ..iii. - ai-li- kiud, and aa a feU waa a dt-t-Mtnl
I/,. .M-..V. in a iu. f notli" ol liua Al
satbering, aay?: "On a ?| a lo?t< I I
\ ii.. j.-i- de fi
I l>i-,im-..ii|> ilr- .Ii?< ...ii? N.. . ...i.. -. 1 . in, nla.
n'aurloiu paa lo drott <i- parba taal q ?
lioua
ADY88IMA.
ITBB. MAP1I ii'- Bl rBOflPW i 01 I Bl iBTflSIBIA*
l \i-i ni 11"\.
'I it. feUowiag ke aa aatntcf fnun the loter
ewtlni dUpati b from Blr u. B tpl r la Hm
Btabi foi i.i.i a. p i ? -?" 'i Ba?oag I ??? atarj
\ ii.i.i:
?t.imm urrn m ra <'ui? i'- "i 11 n, ?
rm rncAi Di rAkrrai ?? t. ni i /, Jone ib,
?? sin ? I bave tbe bnnor to rrporl tni arrtral at Huex In
the KeroBO to-day 1 ? v in Kxpedlflon bayiiig
TI..1- T. Miiiliitiil. I thllik if rlghl I" II ">.i\a
D nf tbfl roiuitry m wtwak
on ? i- ral
.. ! ,?. . ? ? tbe d ite of ii y
! ?
i,,,,, The pewei nf tbo Ute Kroperoi i leooorna. thnugb
' f.it only wlthln a rery elreomaenboil
liiuii, \\a? iii-Mit!.- . ? iter thaa
i "liiliiolilV HiliU.al. TblB w.ii I "t
by hH pn itlge, fur leaa by bi |
mtltlous klnd whirb tbe i.."i-!e bi i-l regard
lug bim. Iliapreatlge wat.no doubt,Irrauenae.but be
;i uf thri iii.iteii.il ? bh h bad ilm lly
n.'ii.i hlm Iii acipih idancy, ylx., hle artilbry
. ouf "t vtew, it would bai.n
;. iilt, if not iiii]i..i-ii.l.-. foi anj "f tbe Abj
? , uppoae 1.1ni iu..asfully v.nh"ut eannoii. Tbe
greatei chb f*. no doiibt, hateil hlm eordlaliy, but al tbfl
i,,,,, titue thi j ii.it- 'l one unotber nulta ai
tbey dtd thelr common maator; and 1 .1" m.r tblnk ifcoy
wercrapable of coml'tnlna agalnal hlm. Perbapa'they
irould ratber bave aobmltted to hla rnle, deteatable aa
th.it \\:l^ tn tbem, than bave belped to aet up one of
thema Ivei In bia place. I thi ik, too, I perci lyi d In tbe
rountry b apltit whlcb a wlaer cour?e or actlon <m Theo
rlore'a part mlghl bave enabb d bliu to t.iki- adi .
eron at the laat bour Boroe nf the pettler cblefa, ?ueb
aaWaldeo Vaaooa "f Wodjorat.abowedakludol pnde
rn tbe Kuiperoi aexplolt*. wblch mlgbt bave led to an al
llance belug formed betweeu tb. two aomewbat kln
dred Bplrltw agalntl nv Tbe clrenm?tance already re?
ported of Manteeat, tbe Galla Oueen, aclually aciidlna
pn iienti to Tbeodoruoand aolleitlng bli frtendahlp a few
wcch ? bofore we reaehi d Magdala, ih anotber li
Ihi ume klnd, Theae fact? ihould nol be l--t -^htot liy
botbluk that Theoilore'i power waa rlrtnallj al
.1-. .i-l v.i,.ii wa laiiihil al Eoalla Hlamareb from ln
braTaboi to Magdala waa m no aeuae a retreat. Tbe
grt iter portlon of bla Oald artlllerjr nm.m Intbe latter
fortreat, aud be naturally wiabod to bare it al bm coin
niaud in tbe proaped >>f om attacklng bim. lli*- bumlng
l), bra Taboi tx fore be lefl n wasBlmply tbe fulfllliueui nf
., thri at be had made that if one of bw eblefi wbo bad
deanrted bim dld oot return be ?niild doatroyDebru
Tabor. tbe pmperty ln a largo meaearo of tboeblef al
luded to. Althougb Tboodorua waa nol atnuiK enougb to
prevenl tnaurrectlon ln parta of bla kiugdoin wkere be
waaanl aetually preaenl.yol Ibelleye bobadoalyto
hIiow blmaelf Lu an\ dlatrlel of Aln ?-.iiu.4 tn ordei t" bare
bifl riiiin inai.v iii thnt Barttoalar locality raaoflanaM ut
ol"''? _ . .
-on tbe vhole, if tnnv bfl BBld that tbfl efT.it of our ex
pedltlon ou tbe polltti il aapei i of Abyaalola baa boen tbe
followlugi Tbe prorlBoc ol Tfgn . v.lui h *?? lound Jimt
Btruggllug Into Independeuce, baa boen aomewbal
atreiigtbened und Bettled by ua. Wagahoom Oobase, wbo
atthi il.iti-ol iiiiniiiiv.il, wii- attouipllng a 1io|m
poaltlon to Tboodorua, abould aowbe ablo to oatabliab
hm poaltlon. Tboodorafl bad acqulred by coo?iaoBt a
Miviti ijjntv whlcb ln knew only imw toabaaa. B? waa
not atrong enougb to proteel taa people fn?m otkerop
preaaora, wbile yel able tocarry plunder and cruelty Into
eyen dlatrlel be blmaelf mlghl \ iMt. I taii todlacoyer a
alugla polnt of rlew from whleh Itlapoaalblc to regard
bla removal with regrot I thmk it may be aald tbat tbe
objertof ibe expedJtloB baa boen aoooropllahed wltbout
tbo rtghta of any of theprtn eaorchlefaof Ibe eoontry
havlog boen latorfi n d vmiu by ua, and that Ihe proBnect
of Abyaalnia Btiioylua traoqulflty wattbladaj fat
itwaaal tke oatawboii mir army lauded on tbe co&nt.
i hi4vi 4r Boaaai BAriaa, Ln ateaaut-Uonaral,
( "liiliillliil.il 111 C lilef."
JAMAICd.
-.W?
'?<nii.il. LABOB WABTBDOB TBI ItLABD- ntABI
i ivM.V?TMK BABBAOOfl BACBfl.
JIavana, July 18.?The lliiti.-,h gtaalBI h1?x>i>
af \im, Boj niif-t. baa atrtrai at tius aati troai KkBBjtwaBi
J.itiiaun, with adviriB to July 12. An agent bad gaBM to
lndia to Baean atete aaahwaj tke laBtaaal far tbal *ind of
lnbor on the iiilaiid BBTRBl c"ii?li|iTalily BM na-'-d. Tbe
cufTee, itingi r. and ruin trade, an well a? tbe tiallie ln
uiii.v. waa rary aettfa. Tho aauBfei bad beeeaM cpi
.loiiue in tii? h.tiiioi At tbaraoNla BartMados,Iraa*
waad had waa tho Bja..pttta
-a?
PIBB IN THK BBW-JBBBBT PB0OB.
TbbbtoBi July Wa?A bi iu \\w blackaatitfa
sluip in the htate l'tlHOU, laat BtgBij ii.inliuii.h'u'ed t?? the
Boalk iilng aadkaiaail nf two^ktraaaf tba rool m tbe
dnei-tioii of tn*. nii.in balltalag. BaaJtaaiaat prevaiied
iiiiioiig tbe p: i-i.in-ia, luit BM were tak'-u out of tboaouth
wnii{ ai. il jnit into tbe ntw Wlag, some nano'vly enaiiinK
lu ii.k luiriii d. Tbo flro lontiiiued to buin niitil 1 o"i nuk
at aigbt. Tbree prlaonera uro aald to Iiumi aBBBfacL
Tbe hIioii waa a frauio atriicturc. Tbe loas ia aboul
110.000. *
WASHItfGTON.
VETORfl P.XPF<rrKD?TIIRDRKinaWKY RILL?THR
TARIFK?THR FURDINO HMLL?ADJOI'KNMKNT
?DEAT1I OK EMANUEL LBL'TZE?MINISTEK
UCK1.IN.ja.ME'.'* UAMgUET.
WAiiinaOTOX, July 19,1*58.
Tlie Preaident told some of bia frienda of tho BeBaV
torial rank, on Katurday nigbt, that he wonld ecnd ln
tbe voto of the Rlcctoral Collogo bill to-morrow. Ap
prohenaionn aro felt to-day that ho will alao veto tho
Delieiency bill on aocount of ita appropriationa for
the execution of tbe K<-. onatruct 1011 lawi, and to
whlch and to ecveral ainendmonta he ia opposed.
The luttor bill has not been laid beiore bitn, having
jiaasod only ono branch of CongreaH; btit ho haa
annoiineod to ono or two Congreeaincn hia hoat.ility
to thetic feaftirea of thc ine.wiiro. fihould the Pros
idont deteriniiie to do thia, it will daday adjourn
roent conaidorably lonjror tban haa baaa anti.ipated.
It ls annonined that that tho PrcHidont alax) inteti.lt)
to aeti.l in n.nninationa in a fow daya for the aoveral
inoro iinpoitii.t vaoain-iee, aueh aa tho Auatrian
miwdon, tho llavana Coniulate, tho Commiaaioner
of Patent* and tho AHeiatant-SocrotaryHhip of
tho Treasnry. K'liiiuntl ('oopor ia inontioned a? Ilin.
Kxeelloney'a. t.rolialile ehot.-e for tho Intornal Rovenue
otli.o; but that RontU man'a. iriemla are not in
elineil t<? have hi? BBBBM pnt forward,* owing to a
fear that he may not bo eontirmed. Thoro i.i a long
ItMf <tf applieantfl for the oth.-r plaoc, but Mr. John
son baa not auiionii.'.-d hia rl.one, nor hunjio k'iven
anv one of thetn a ioBaite paaaaiaa Wiaaaa Bhan
non, of KaBeahBj an ex (Jovernor of01n.fi baa aig
nili.'l bla willingiicati to bctoine (JouiiniaMoiiei of
lnternal Beranne,
Tho voto whotoby Colleitor Sinythe waa rojoeto<l
for tho Austrinn Mianion in thc Kxecuttve aewiioii of
tbe Baeaata peatatabty Bioed H to i:i. Only tbeae Ke
piil.lieiu.a, M.-asrn. Ifetgaa, Nyo, and l'onicroy vot4-d
for hia tontittnation. Sinytho and hia frien.la aro
veiy inm h tl, j? cte.l, and BWeai veiiHeanee. If, thero
fore, any Iteptibli. at.a t, n.aiii in tbe Cnatom-lloiiM
m N.-w-Voik, the tinie for their diaininHal Iiiih con.o.
II..nlirinationa by tho Nonate, yeateiday, woro I
lm I'o-tinaatem- F. La Shennan, Chioau-o, III.; OeO'
II. M.\.im. Al.-ilon, Wia.; Ileiiry hitllo, Aubiirn,
M,-: K.ll. I'ettih., OgdOBMabarg, K.T.J John K
iv.it. raon, Dnnklrk, N. f ; Joba Ciawfaed, Oneida,
I, Y.; S. K. M.-rrill. Lake (itv, Minu.; ('. MatgaB,
(ii.n'a Kaiia, N.Y.jSainu. l Klnajaaan.WakafleM, Maa*,.:
II. N. Ilailx.iir, .St.AlkitiH, Vt.; (ieorgeC. Honry, Bed*
t'oiii, ifaaei .)">.. pfc h. Noane, te be Beeeirer af Pabtte
.M.n.e.va at llaylo hl. Wia.; Ki.hard W. Mnllina to BO
(?..ii. -t<u uf (ii-ton.a at Teebo,Lavi T.J. Bawaaa>to
boChiaf Jaatioa ol lbetBapreaaeConrtof Idabai H<
Knowlea. to I..-A-.-,,ii.it, .Inaf.ee of M.tntanuand II
0. Waneti.to ba (ln, ! .Inatn e of M.nitanu; S. Day
Ut ba 8ni aeyot Oaneral of Oadiforadni C, ff, Ban t<>
?v-or of lnternal Ke\ei,uc for thc IVlh Dia
tn. t,,t Vitvinia; K. 11. Btnlth, to be AaBWBBOf Of Ia
l.-n.ai Barenaa f.>r iba i-t Dietrietedab>albOaaa>
ii.ia. l'. Drnry, to 1m-.inati.e ..f ihePeaeoatWnhing
t,.n. Tba Baaate njeeei <i lbe bOawteg aoaainaaiane:
B, l. Beinin i.igOi ta be tegietae of lbe Lond Otbaa al
\'laalia. Cal.; \\ H.I'aik.i, t.. he S, ,-n-tary of ldaho;
J. li. \\ iiiNlaiidley, to be Aaaorsor ef lnternal Hov
, tuie Ln th. ^-. * a .laal l?,-tn, t of Iti-liatta. l'oat BBflatera
Williaan Obler, lobe Ptaatauteteral Ladlan. iha, Taxaa;
A. ll. Waiiai., t<> be PeataBoafat at Ibbtaaaaa, Dl???
TbeaaaaJ. Baalaj,ta i?? rnataiaalaB at BMFraa
. la ... ( al.
Tl.,- I? Beieney bill might bave 1? on panseil by tho
Beaaa raaaanaaf/i an.l beea ia lbe han.Not Baa Pnai
.!? i.i bad n not lx.-ii loi Mr, BpnJdiag ?>f phia, who,
b ti..- Heaaaa ? aa Baaaiy ?nanimoua in tho .leait,
tuattapoaaaf it. htbawaatawntaayaad a pariiainenta.y
rule* and eattend aneadeetaoa t<> it? eaajaiabvaaaeat,
Meanb. ra appaaled to Inm n-.t t<? oi.-truet im-i
- wilboot a.iih, .? nt an.l reaaeeaBbte eaaaaai
bnl ho waa uaaaovablai The Boan will
|.,..l.nl.|v tnke n >"te on thr KtitnliitK' bill
to-u.ori.iw-, l.ut tho ni.a-?iii,' haa btv>n materially
iim :..|. .1 BOd alf.-ml. an.l tl.e fiienda of the Otiglnal
bill f.ar that tho two IIoiim-s rannot atrree on an)
l.ill I.. i,.ie ailj.niiiiin.iit. Tho fiiiiidiol th>?Taiill
1,111 wiii aaake aa eflbrt, te bmxtow >.r aexi day, t<>
. all np that imaaiiro agairi, an.l for.e IkoHoWMM
tabeactioaaa it. Ita opponoata w.n naoti toall
BOTta Of taCtlra t lr 11' if A oareful canvaaa of tho
Pjenate ebowe aa indiapoaitaon ea lbe aart af tbal
bcaaeb oi Coagnea to Ugialata oa tho anbjaet nntll
I h i eltil., I.
I ba baataeea la i?'tii Honaea af Ooognea ie pretty
\M-il mhaii.. .1. and thei.- ia iiolhini; to i^i-lay an ail
jn.iiiiti., nt ii.j.""l ali or aeran daya anleea it i>o tbe
axpaeted ?etooB of eaa of twoef tbepenattagB
ana a Largectewd of lobbyieta ia beaaa eaeb wo?k?
iogforhhiowa ii.t.i<at aad pnaaing biaawa j.>i?.
S.uiie of tlnitt are li.tt leat?.l lll railload K'a'ita.
othen in ladlaa elalaaa, rtmaahlp aobaidlaei oVt.; bnl
the pTOapi?' t ia that they will fail thli aeaaion.
I h,Coiifeiniro Cointiiitteo on tho Itidiati Ai'pro
prlatiofl aren la eeeaeea laat aigbl and moat of t"
day, tiylag t<? la-if.-.t a luil by u.?
row, Qen, Baaborn and CoL Toppaa af tbe
Indiaa PaaeoCeaaaalaaiaa aren badan ?baCoaaaaittea
. ai.,1 gaYa detailad aaeoanta of the detnp of tbe Com
iiii^ainii. BOd exi'laiti.-d thur wi-li,a. (?ii. Ihitler
and >.i..ii..i ii<kaderaoa an aaeaabenef tbaooanaait'
t. ? . aad att.i.'i. <1 tba Mttnia'a.
Emanael Leartaa, tba Bttiat, atted <>f apaplaxy,
-.np. Brlndaeed by tba exoeealre beat, laat aren Ing,
ait-i a l.-w hoius iiin. ->. Hoeoaplaiaad ??f bellng
niiw.-ll eaily in tlieal'teriio..!:, Imt it W8a not nntil
late ln tbe ereoiag tbat be aaainBfmad ? phyaielan.
Two boora aftea tba lattei anired Mr. Leataa waa i
eorpea He wa? aaanaeeloaa darlng tho bad balf
. houi of hia life. He waa4MyiaiH of ap<. Ho waa
livinif beea witb afyeaag daaghteri Hia wito aad
another tblHgttrtT l.io ti.i\eling in (.. U'.ai.V.
Mi. I.ent/e, wo liecl hai.lly lay. had
b naiienal laputaHon aa a palnter Oaeof tbe beal
..f hia trerkaof arta b tba iarge aaral aalntiagla tbe
mteii"! ,,f th,- aoatbwing of th.> oapltal, entitled
?? w.atwai.i I..,," witb tbe iraolataon, " VTaatwaid Ihe
?oona .?f einpiro tak.-H it? way." Ba badalarga dub
j ber..) Bnlahed and nnflnlahedpainting* and aketebea
I ut hia atuilio, nt tho eoiner of Twelfth and (i ita
i ni, ..I theea m i aketeh ia aeaeil of abal be Lntended
? b in:toiHai paintlng, eatlUed "Tho Baaaadpar
lon."
G< n. Bbafaaaa teh-graphBCol.Toj.p.in oftba Indian
Paae. Coaaa i I.tbai 9L0N Indiaoa, eooapti ing tlu
I Coii.an.l,.-, Aiiapabeai. "lld Ch.-j.-nnoa, aro hecoiu
llng rery reotleoa, aaad aro alaaaagoaa for an
iininedii.to naaoral to tho n.'W naairalioa
prrnnlaad tbaaa by tnafy. Th.-y ure beadn.
uing ta think tbai Hioi rnit-'d Btatoa Oerarn
ineiit deea aoi Intend to earry aart tiio attpajbttiona of
thetnaty. Tbeaafontbej Ibnaten tnabla. Bbtob
huniiied aad Ifty of taalUrafoea w.-ro rataoTed
reeaatlr a dletaan ef aearly BaWBalka, Thoro aren
threc birtha aud only threo dcatha duiing tho timc of
tba i.iiiovai.
Gon. Kilhy Batitbwaa appointed and conlirmcd
CoiibuI to Paoaaaa abeart foarleea BBontba aga. it b
aaaartad that ho ba? not beea at bla paat for aoaaa
time. Ba baa beea i? VTaablngana aad araaaatat.
ten.lant at ihe lato Deinm r.itie C..iiv.-nti..ii. A reOO
lution iato bo BBtawdaoad la tba Honae, ealUag aa
the Hoiiotaiy of Btaaa lor aa cxpluta'ioti of the
niatt.-r.
i.ast nlgbl Mladaaat BojIlagaaMi Libenlty rrit.-r
tained the repieb.'i.tatis.a of the pnaa in thia. i.ily at
the M. tropolitau llot.-l. The baii'iu, t WM intet.iled
aaaaaarbof bla BBptadation af tbe bfadtafaailn
whiihth.ae gaatkaaea baaa aaadBaad blatneoa
ne.il.in Wlth bb ur.-M BMaatOM, All th.- Btindpal
aeWaaajpanof tho anenaqrwan npiaaentod Intba
peiaonaoi th.ir curi.apondenta, Oen. Banbsaatal
th,- lowoi ond ,.f lbe tai-lr. oppo.lte Mr. Bnrlingamo,
nml .ni blBiigbl aad laftwan Cbln aad -^m wbe
an- n, xt in rank ta tba Eeabaaaader. Throngb m Itv
totpietel-thev 1.tillll'd .111 ailiinilted eoiivela.tl.i.l,
BOd ovuleuUv auteicd thoiougbly luto tho hpuitoi
tbe oceatiion. Fung and Teh had eeate at tho middle
of tbe taWo, and tbey, in good Ktulinh, told inter
eoting atorioa of the Flowery Kingdom. No torgid
apeochea were dcliyered. the banquet being inforroal.
No one waa more thoronghly dclightcd with tho oom
pany than the dietinguiflhed aud popular boat hitn
BOlf.
Tho Lonimana delegatlon, in the TTouae, were
swoni in to-day. J. H. Hypber, who repreaenta the
Ist District, waa born in Pennaylvania in 1837, grad
nated at Union CoHege, New-Yoik, studicd law, and
practicid at tbo bar uutil tho comruencoinent of tbo
ttnholHeB. when be eiitored tho Foderal army aa a
private Holdier, aerving through. tho war and rlsingto
the rank of Brigadier-Ueneral. At the cloao of the
war he Hi'ttlcil in Louiaiana, where ho haa been en
gagiil iiinracticiiiglaw. lie is alao intere??t?4l in a
Hugarafid eotton plautation. Mr. Sjypher reprcaenfa
B purt of tho Crtf of New-Orleana. Jameg Mann 18
from tbfl 8.uul lJi?tritf. lie waa born iu Maine. ih
nliout m ve.irs old, aml was fornioiiy a paymaster m
tho United Btatea Armv. At thecloae of the war ho
waa appoioted by Piaaidaat Jehaaoa to a poMtiou in
tba Inteinal Ravanne Daaartaaaat Ln Lomsiana, and
Iioh resiiled theroHinco. lie iu a Ib-mocrat, tho only
niic iu tho delegation. J. P. Nowaham repreacnt*
ihe 'J'hiril Distiiit. Ho waH lw>rn iu lUinoifl
aad i? now alwut 87 years of age. Daf>
ing tho war ho Berved in the 1-ederal
army aa Captain in an Illinoia regiment. Ho aowed
in l.oiiiaiaua in 1HV4, und cornmeneeil to prartiee law.
Micbael Viilal Ih fioin the IVth Dintrier. Ho ia a na
tivo uf Fianre. from WhanOfl ho cinigratod to Louia
iaaa abortly before tbe war. He haa no profeaalpn.
W. Jaflpar Blaekbarn rapraaeaai tho Vth Umtrict.
Re h a iiativc of LoiiiMunn, anil is about V> veara of
age. Dnringtbewar he waa an Intenae unionfart,
and eatabliabed a paper at Efotner. of which be in
atill editof and propnetor. He ia by far ihe ahleat
inan in tho ilelegatinn.
Only twoof tho South Carolina ilelogation were
aworn iu yewtorday?Meaare. Whittomore and Gosa.
H. F. Whitloiuore, who repreaenta tbe Kirat Diatrict,
wae bern la MaaaaehaaetBi La i>-~4 aud ia a clergy
man by ntoffl?IpB. During tho war he waa clianlaiu
of tho Tliirtictli and Fifty-thinl .MaaaachiiaottH liogi
inenta. He oottlfld m Sotith Carolina at the cloae of
the war atul aagagad in teaebing. He waa n nietu
lar of tho Stato ('oiistitnt'onal CoaventtOo.
Tamofl H. Oofw, who repuaeiitH tho Kourth
Ih-in.t, Ih a native of Soutl. Carolina and waa
born in ITnion Court-llouae in 1880. Bfl Ifl a
ineri h.int iiiul haa nc-ver ln-l'l oaVfl before.
TBO K'-|iie-eiitative of thellld Oistiiet, Siminn Cor
ley, waa born ia Soiitli Carolina ln WJH. Ho ia a
t.iii.ir by profeaaion, and clalma to have alwajra baaa
a IJbioniai and an aati-Blarery otan. Daiing the
Robellion be wae eooacripted Into tbe Bebol army,
waa taken priaoner hy tbe Pederalfl at Peterahnrg,
Va.. aml m ut to I'liiiit \a o!<out. Ho was hoon aftt-i
axi hanged, and robweqnentlt rettred from the army
to tui a Hinall eivil olliee. Ho in unahle to lahfl tbfl
teai u.iili, wbich acooanti fot hin not being aweta La
to-day. _
THE I'ATKNT tu tk i: riiAri.s.
WaBBIBOTOBi July 18.?Tho (.'oiimiittco oa
rrlnfiug, in otx-dicme to tbo reaolutlon of tbe Houae
laatraetlag tlum le laojelre whatket tke CBaaatkaaaaar af
I'ati nta baa jnlntiiu', liiiului^ ilone, or blaiik-booUa nnule,
exiijit lt Ibe i.overiiiucnt Plbattag Oftli-e, and if no, to
Wkat atiiouut, af wlioin, and by what authorlty of law,
n-port :
Tlmt tlny f ml the Cotninlaaioner of Patenta la proeur
um blndlng aad blank booka outaide tbo Ooi
Prlntlng Otflce, and witboort aathortty of h?w. Tbe
preacnt actlng Commlaaloner, temporartly ln tbe oftlce,
liaa inade in. cbange, but followed tbe precedentaaod
iH-uctirea ij tba ofllee aa ke fonnd tbem, exoapt th.it paf
ini-nt for prtotlngof apaelneattoaa of pataoia baa baaa
mi?i-i-mi- il alnee Pebmary, IBBA W? aaye tiu-refuie aaa
fjned our exatalaattona mabily to a pertod ooma*eneing
wltb tbo prlntlna of apeetfleatloBa of nateata, laatoatlol
havlng tbem wtittea. lo Bovewber, \>-?, and exteiidlna
doa a to tne time ibe COromlMloBer (tkfl Uon. J. c. Tln-n
Ki ; ii algni 1, Jan.lary, i
Ti. ? im raoua einplojid and tbe ainount pald to cacb B
an fiillow - :
I,. rini,,;.| 4t .s.ili.m.tn-l'r.iiliiia frota Nu?. 28. lBb-i lo Jan.
. .#81.71* 3-1
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The i "uuiiitui-au-of thi-oiiiuiou th.ittbiH large luiin
h.,1 In-i ii .-x|..-ii,ii-ii iii oppoaitloa to 11??? taw, foilown.g
tlu- praetlofl before tbore waa any law regulatiag lt. aml
whlcb la Miugbt to bfl lu-dltleil upon tbe ground that tbe
expi nae i? pald from tba Patent Pand amt not from the
,. lt la but |uat to taa Cnmmlaatonar to aay tbat
he i?la.tii- h'.a ai tnui to lnvi- un t tbfl approval of tbe
becrrtury of tbe (ntertor. A large part of thtfl auui,
ntni uutlog to 174.'.m 51, la for eompoaltloa and preaa
Ifleatlona of Patenta uador a eoatraot Baadfl
with Phlllipa ABolomoo, on the l.'tii day of Jfl
Tbla coiitracl proyided for prlntlng II eoptoa af
?.,, b M-" ii-i'"? for t> eeata aat M aaawa.
i ommlaaioner to furaudi tkai aaaafi aaaf
for e.n ii addlllonal aaav . aaaf Pflt bH
! 'i,.i-,i-. rbeeontrael proyided tbat tbe type for tbe apaei
tli ."iii aboukl boaal loo^aable onlumna for aaoh page.
ai.v were furnlabad andei tbe contraet.apeclmen
Hituplea were prtntedand ahowo tbe Commlaaloner,ooa
or ?iinb waa inalngle cotumo, whlcb bo eonalderod tbe
inoat" artlatlo" aod deelded to baye tke work dooe ln
, tbal form. Tbla change added to tin- eoat of tbo work
? ..niv i.v inereaaii k Ibe menauremeiM of tbe eomposttron,
1 -I.- by tba i-i.. ?, and tbe Ooonnlaaiouor, .wltbout
luaklug any nea arrangameat, pald tbo oontraetoraan
ad< aui ?? of -: por eeul upon tlu- tu-t taa ooploa An ??
traordlnary featare of tbe eoatraot waa that the Com
ii er fiiini-i.iil tho papar for thleprtutlng. It lawhal
lakuown m " boud papor," and hai boen purchaaed at
tbe coat of fOO per 1,000 abeota, wben, m tbooplnloaof
your Coiniiiltee. ?" u.r 1,000 sheets would have heeli a
v, n ittx ral prtce, and rery mueh abovfl wb.it tbreaof the
foui bldders agreod to contraet to furulab tt for In Jaao,
i jfifl The amount of tbla papar naed In prluting apectflca
. ,i , i'i.i.m-hii ?-la-ritny.yli-ldliigadally profltof
' at Iraal IM per day. The [ntertor l>, partmant whlcb con
traef". foi atatlouery for the Patent Ofllee un Itod ao ooa>
iN-titioii for thu "iiond Papar" untll IBSfl, und the
i ouiiuittee of tbe Debartment to award oontraeta for ita
Uoui :i foi 1' i, atate In tbelr reporl to tbe Chlef Clerk of
tbo Interior Departinent "thatln addltlon to the qaan
t.iv mi hainl an oi.hr bad boen glyen for ttin-e hundred
thouaaud -tu ata whlcb had boen furnlabed wben tbe tmls
were uitened, and of wbich fact the peraon repreaentlng
tho Patent Ofttoo on the day tbafTomiulttee waa aware,
aud whlcb he ruadc knowo to tbe Commltte." Of tkfl
four partlea ludiiuuj to funuah tbe Departmenl wltb ata
in.ii.i h.ii.1 .v Mohtiii bul to furalah tbroe tbou
aaiidabeetaof "Bond Paper" forfWOO; Pblllpa I
I iihui for ?.,'.,'o, Coyle A Powera for BT.OOO, aud Dempaey A
O'Toolefor|30,oon,yet "ln addltlon lo tbeqaantlty oo
Imnd"auorderwaa glyaa aml fllled "beroro the tmia
were opened" for tho aame ainount for I^.ixhi. The I om
mitiie of the Intertoi Departmenl go oo to aiv ihat. "aa
the Patent < ifllce would uol naed aoy morfl of the arti.-lo
Inquosl."tbeblda anoyo-mentloned were 'Vproparly
: iiiarVgarded " What wlll praroat tba Patent (ifb.-e from
,ii;i:ii pay ing 9UJO0O for tba aaaBfl qaaattty before tbe
imhi are otwnett, aod agaln lmving blda
f,,r that klnd of paper ?? proporlr diaregardcd
rbe ii.aiiiier in wbti li auppliea for tbe ? btrte Interior i)o
i.aitiu. nt are eatlinatod. irhen adverttalug for oontraeta.
wlll be ? ??? -a ? hen we itatfl that, orarlng ihe hlgheal and
luweal blda, tbe whole amount adyertl* l ror waa offered
to be furtilahed for ?*i.7.i? ifl, wbllfl the Patent otlleo
?i.? paid f.u paper for printlug, lu flfteen inoutha. U\.
tH ifl nieinii'l.n t for prtUtlBg apafllBOatlOBB WMBMdO
wltbout advcrtlaiug for oouipetltion or furulahlng wrtt
i.-n ant-cldcatlona of wkat would be reqalrod. Parttaa
wereiuformed varbally, aad tba oootraet wuh uiado to I
iiiu threa yeara Tba reaaon ott'.-reii foi tblaoourae, ami
for not reaortlng to ibe Uoyer.anl Ottioe, waa tbat tbe
work waa \ei> iniportanl, lnti'..ute aml ditlh-ult, BUCb aa
tba Uoyernmeiil Ofltofl would not be Ukoly able to per
f.u in iii tba ni inner und ut tlu- time requlred. and taal it ,
waaauebau exi>ertment that a failure would be dlaaa-I
troiir. and tlien foie none but tho moat roaponeiblepar
Ueawere Invltod to oompete. Tbfl work may baye bcen,
and probably waa, up to tho apotiiuen aeleotod by tbe
Coniuilaaloucr, but the oouiralttee have boen uuaDle to I
diacoyer anythiog but an ordluar* apeclmen ofprtnting
whlcb iu itylfl reflecta lta eredltnpon tbo maobauloal
iiureaii of tho oountry, aod whlob ooold Im " aat ap" aad
?? worked ofl" by moat apprautlcea In a country printlug
offlea, Tbo aooouutlng ofHcora of the Treaeary aeem to
bave paaaed tboaa bllla for prlntlng outaide tba Gorero
imiit ofltoe, bt-vauHo tbo/ wara pald oat of tba patent
fuud, and nol, like otber pnnllng. aubject to tho law re
I uulrtug all printlug for tbe Exaoutlre aml Jadiotal Dji
' i.attim-r.ta to ho doiio at tke OovornnwDt oflloe. Tba
aineniliiiinl to the aiipropriallou lull, duriiig tbfl BZaBl
Inatlon, haa provnlcd agalna. tbo eontluuauco of tbla ?\ u
i>y agaiu ordertng all prtatlng to be doafl at tba Ooycru
i meiit olliee aml COVaTlng all UBtOBl funda into tl ?
,u y. aaall otln-r inouey xoi-a tlu -re.iiiut nofurther ninnly
lauropuaed. Tbatlegialatioo waa requlred m regard to
the patent fund, tba aboya atatemeut. taken ln oooaoo
tli.n with tbat wbich followa, wlll not b? dOttbtOd. In
i iow. tbere wera lOrBM applloatlona for patenta, ui.d i.'.o.
1 eaveaU Bled In taa Patent Onloe, and iM* pat.uta laauod.
| ln lai.7. tliere were 31,478 applirationa aml 1,00? caveata,
1 aml u.iiis patooU bwaed. tbfl eaak racoipta m ms wara
0348 791 m uinl ln 1801 tlure mentMA&l W. Expenaealn
i IttOS* were 9374,199 94, aml ln lr*7 there were 1919,10991
Tiu-se flgurea abow that wblla tbe biuuneaa aml rooeipta
[ wereJuatabootdoublad,tkaa?paaaaa w.-n- rery neaiiy
trebled rcveraing tbo ordiuary rule th.it Inoroaaa of
1 buoiiitaa doea not roquire a proportlonal Luareaaaof ax
luiiilltiiiT Wlnle tiio amoiiHt ol luiainewi Wiia doubled
tbe liroiita dlmlulahed froaa ?.*W 99 lu iw-i to l\$M 60 lu
! 1887 Tbfl < iiuiiniitii- ilnl uol iuveatigatfl bayond tba
Boope of the reaolutlon, but It eame out aecid.iitally tbut
1 "coualdi rable amouut" bad boon iuoorred for furulture
! by dircotion of tbe flecretarr of tba [ntertor, aml a eon
I ti ut inii.le in ihe -,41110 aa tbat for prtatlng, and tbo re
i iiilrt of tbe Coiuini-'ioiiei of ratenta in.ule in tbo Hunate
iu lanuary. 1999, abowa tba contluganl expanaaa of the
: niiii-e foi tbe year 1981 t<> haie boaa taajtti hs. beatda
I4A 101 ws for panuanoul improyflmenta;?i6^i9 90forliloa
tr.i'lioiiM'f leiioit aml aame. amt ai.ilJ 4n for olini eo.
oeaaea Wheu we found 948400 paid for MaullU auyel
oiii-i j by pj inobcB, lucluaiyoof prlntlng, tbe Commbmlou
ei. f'raiik |io ii.i-ilioii^aiul foi prtntedcarda for patenta,
aud 999 90 I'.r hinall pnnted hy lanla, wblla tbfl boat
. naiebiueiit papar. M bj 99 ineltM, 19 bld for at ono oaiij
1.11 ahiit. lt would eeoiu nro|?er that aoiuo chaiiga Mioula
beiuadi .a tb. liitareatol tbfl I'l.-.i-u-.y f.>r funiUhing
1 ?i i'ii.i 1 r) iiipnJIea for tbe aevcial drpartmeuta of tbe
! Govan.nt- N" biiia f.u- pui.tiiiK BpeoifloaUoBe bave
I bttli ptUll BlBCe llibiuaiv liWt.
RECONSTRUOTIOtf.
KATIFICATION OP TIIE FOL'RTEFXTH AME1TD
MKXT.
WASiiiNOToy, July 19.?The PresioVnt pub
liibea the following, offk-ially annc.incing the ratlflcatlon
by South Carolina aud Louiilana of tbe Fourteenth
amendment to thc Conitltiition of the United Btatea:
By the Pretidttit of the Unittd Statee of Amerita.
X PROCLAM.Ult.N
Wherea$, By an art of Congrea. entitled "An act to ad
inlt the fltatea of North Caroflna. South Carolina, I/Oulai
ana. OeorRla. Alabama, and Klorlda, to rei>re.4>iitatlon lu
<'oiijrreaa," paaa.-d the 25th day of Jtine, 1H*h,it la declarrd
that it la madc the duty of tbe President, wltl.tn ten daya
after recclvlna offlclal inforniatton of the ratificaiion by
the LemaiHture of cither of ?aid Btatea of a propoaed
amendment to the Conatitutlon, known aa artlelo la, to
laaue a proclatuatlon announrlng that fact; aud.
Whtre/u, On the mth day of July, l*w, a let
tor waa recelved by the Preal.lent, whlch let
ter belng addresaed to thc I'reaidcnt, beara date
of July 15, 1MI, and -waa tranamitted by and
tindei-the name of K. K. Bcott, who thereiu wrlteahim
aelf (lovernor of Bouth Carolina, in whlch letterwaaln
elosod and recelved at the aamc titne bv tho i'realdent a
papor purportltiK to be a reaolutlou of the benate and
Honae of Repreaentatlveiof the Ocneral Aaat-tnhly of tbe
State of South Carolina, ratifyinit the aald propoaed
aiiiei.dment,and alao purportiitK to bave paaaed the two
laid llouiei reapeetlrely, on thc 7th and ?rh of Jtity, 1888,
and to have been approvcd by the aaid R. K. Seotf, aa
Governnr of laid Btate, on the 15th of Jttly. 1888, whtch
oirciunatancoi aro atteated by the ilgnaturee of 1). T. Cor
bin. ai Preeldent yro tempore of the Senate, and of F. T.
Moaea.jr., aa Sp.-aker of tbe Honae of I<eprea,iit:?tlv?eof
aairt State, and of tho laln R. K. Seott, aa Goveruor.
Sow.thrrrfore.hf il knotnt, That I, Andrew Johnaon,
Preaidant of tho I'nited Stateiof Amorlca, in con.pliance
with and in exec.ition of the Actof Cointreaa aforoaald,
doliiu. thla, iny proclaination, announclng the factof
tbe ratitleation of the aai 1 ainen-liiient by the U-Kb-lature
of the Htato of South Carolina lu tho uiauuer hcrelnbefore
aet fortll.
In toatimonr whcroof I have ilgned theae prcaenta with
iny han.l, and have cuused the acal of the United BUtca
to bo bereto afflxed.
bai.c at tbc ('.ty ,.f W uhlti.ton. tt.il lftb d?y of Jqtf. I? tba yaar af #n?
ho.-ii'.nif thnua.,1.4 eifl.t liumlraU ai,<i autr-eiKut, >aat af Ua
[SaAtl lDJap?nal?uce of tba I'aiteU ?UI?. of Aiwrtej, tha Biaaty
tlnnl. A.ytiK.w JuaOJaO*.
Brtle Pr?.W.nt: Wlt tliat II. Saw.BB. BetreUry ol Bt.t*.
' ]ly the l'rettdeut of the Unittd Stutet of. Amenca.
A litOlXAMAriO.N.
Wherctit. Ty on act of Couirreaa, entltled " An act to
admit the Btatea of North Carolina, South Carolina,
I.ouialana. Oeorgia, Alabama. and Florida te repreaenta
tton ln Congreaa," paaaed on tho 2Nk day of June, 1868, it
la doelarcdtbat lt ta xoade tho duty of the Prealdent,
wlthln ten dayi after reeelrlna otlieial inforuiatlon of the
rat.tli atioti by Ihe U-Klalature of cither of a..nl Btatea of
a propoaed amendment to tbe Conatitutlon, kuowu aa Ar
ti.ie 14, to lasae a proclaination aunouuclng that fact;
and,
Whercai, A papor wai recelved at the Ttapartment ot
State on tho 17th day of July, 1808, Whlch papor beariDK
date ,,f the 'th day of July, 18.^, burporta to be a reaolu
tion of the Benate and Honae of Repreaentatlraa of the
htato of Louiilana, ln goueral aaiembly eonrened. ratlfy
n.k the aforeeaid aiueudmeut, and ii atteate.l by tbe Mx
nutur.0 ot Oeorge E. llovee aa S.-erotary of Htato, uudera
aeal piirportlutr to bo the seal of the State of Loitiiiana,
iiow thereforo be it known that I, Andrew Johnion, Prei
nlent of tbe United Btatea of Ainerica, in conipllance
wlth and ezecntion of tho aet of Congrosa before men
ttoned.do l'aue thla. my pioeluiuatlon, announclng the
fact of the ratitleation of tho said amendment by the
Leclalatiure of i he Htato of Loulsiana, iu the uiauner here
inl* fore ael foith.
Iu teatin.onv wh< reof I have gltrned those prewnts wlth
tny haii'l, am! have eauaed tUc leal of the Lulted tttatee
to be berennto attlxeti.
boae.t V,- I'.tr -,f W.-I.iuaton tlili ' ttb Jit of July, ia tha ye.r af oar
I.?rd. Onr tboiisaiiil ?i|(lit i,iin,lr?l ?nd iHtT-riKhl, ?nj of tba
ISeaL] iD,l?ix?d?ac? of tha Cnit*<l BUtt. of Anirrtr. th? alariy
tbirit. Axdh.w Jotixao*.
Hy arJer of the PrealdenU WlLtt.a II. 8bW*?d. HxttUij uf Mata.
I.OITXIANA LEOISLATlUi:?WIIITE REBKI.S OUT.
Nk\v-Oiu.kas-?, July 10.?In the Legialature,
yenterday, a bill araa lntrodaced to eitabliih a Parlah
i onatabulary for. e to eonaiat of not leaa than J0 nor more
tbaa HJ la aaah parlah, tbe membera and ofMeera to be
i. .linreil to take the teat oath in addition to the CbnetUa
tiaaal antb in the Beaaa Iba OaaaBBttaoa <>ti i:iectiom
reported tbe inetni.er aleeted from lieioto Parlah (who ta
a wlnte Iiei.io. t.iti inellgible. ThcHouae aeated biacom
petitor (who ia a blaek "kadlcal"; by aatriot party vote
of 60 to U, not withitui.diuiL- the'inajority of the Coimniitoo
reeoainiended a .jcw clection, if tbo member waa decided
to he lueliKible.
GKOROIA LEOIsr.ATTRE.
AtlAHTA, .July 18.?In tlip Hoiwe, to-day, all
the membera were declarad oiiciblo. A reaolutlon waa
,.ir, ii il that th.- aetion of the Hoiiic and all the doca
meutary evldence ln regaid to the lnvoatigatlou of tha
ellglbldty of ita tocmbura ho tranamitted Ie the Govercor,
and thioiiifh bau to Gcn. Moado.
aaa
AT.AIIAMA.
OOHTLgTB IM.-T.iKATloN OK Tlll'. sTATF.--TaIB
nkw .;i>vei;n.mi.m?ObW. smitii's ikaugu
i:.u.?nir. imtf.I) BTA.TKS f>NA IDK-Hir.
Vi.iB our Sj*?i?i Cafnafaaaaat
m,.\ tajaanatTi Aia., June 13, laea,
"Thc Kin.^ ll tUad Voakf liv<> tho Kiug." ig
tlu-ory to-day in Alabama. (<ov. I'attou gare place t,>
day BOOOT. Uilliain II. ?inith of Randolph Cuuty, who
waa aworu ln aa 1'ioviaioual Goveruor by Gen. O. H.
shepherd, eotuiiiantlitiK the Hbtriet of Alabama. To
morrow;or the ntxt day he, with the other State ofllcera
. la. Btd under the new Conatitutlon, WfO be aworu ln ai
ftermanent ofllcera.
Tho LBBpxdatan aisemblcd accordlng to Gov. Ptnlth'!
proclaination, and orxanized at 12 o'clock. The ncw
Lkaalanaal Qeiaaaaa. Appie?rate, preaided eaae the Ben?
ate. aml B, H kfaOraaraf ChamberaCounty wai clected
Baeakat of tho llpaaa,
Thcn tho Amendment to the Constitution known aa
Article XIV waa paaaed by both Hi.uac-s-ouly three
votcs haiBg cast agalmt it, aud the Siato ia virtmdly .e
atored to lar true relatlona wlth the Geueral Guverument.
The BBBBBage of tho Atnendniont waa grcetcd with a na"
ti.mal aalufe, and a flne band of nn.aic ia ?< rcnadiag the
ineiiibers of thoLcKlslature at their boardii.K-placca wlule
I writc.
The predietion* io lnduatrlonaly apreadat liomlqiiartera
In Atlanta by Andn-w Johnaon'a ex-Kebel Goveruor,
I.owia K. P.ttaona, liave proved aa truthful aa I114 teatl
monvonthe Iiupeaehn.ent trial, wheu he eoul.ln't re
niciul.i-r what ev, rybody lu Al.ih.Miia knew, that ho rc
reired a telegraaa from An.lrew Johaeoa that eitoppcd
the l>?glsl,iture from ratif>inR tho Amendment.
He predieted that tbo new govenuneni ouM not l>e
Inaiu'iirnted in Alabama without bloodahed, hoplnjt t?
gal Gen, Meadeta ardec two or three reginieata hcre,
and tben raiao thocry ln the North that the new j?>vrrn
inent waa liistalled by the b.iyonet. But the state oflleera
toi.l Oen. Meada that 10 aouiu-ra were aa good aa 10,000,
f..r there were aoae neeifafl at all, aud the rcauit provea
tbe eorraetaaaeof Ibeoplaioa.
1 The new gorernmeni ia lnauptirated, and wa in Ala?
bama livo under uCouatitiitinii wotok aeeurea eqnal clvll
and politlcal righta to all olt:/< t.a. The only nowder
b.irnod wai in tlriiiK tbe aalute. ai.U the iiiimi, <>f tne gnna
IsfoUowad by thal of tho exeellent band playrng the
uational airi on our pnn.-lp.tl atteet. The Kebele look
aullen, bul tba loyal men bieathe freely agaui?tba yoke
ia lifted olf men'a neeka, and for the )li?t tlme fu all tlieie
weary reara wa bojrin to rcaliz.- Ibataiarerr ta <\rnd.
Bevaral of the repreaeutatlrea wiU ktara for Waahing
Mii tn-nia-l.t aud taiko tbelr aeata tu Cbogreaa. The new
Gorernorwllllaauean inatijrniiil ad.lre--*-. to-uioiiow on
bla inataUatlon aa real Ooraroor. It ia uitra Ha,iical in
pi-iniij'lo, but coiuili.it.n-y, mo.l.r.ite, aud ,-learly ex
preeaed. Aa b oatnpalgn docuatent itwillhavc arcry
widaclreulattoa. lt aeta out with a eomtriituiati.morer
the reetorauon of tba Btate: tben alladaa to tha pnd?4>
uotia of dteaater to follow the aatobllahn?eat of a ijovern
uient fo.m.le.l ttpon the eiir.liual piinclpie of the Deciara
te.ii of ludependenoe; tba equallty of all men before tho
i.tw, and aaowa i-. terae nml foi.-iiilo laagoagathal tbe
mo.st Btabte goraraaaaat raaaa aatanUy apao tho tuoat
fien Inatltutlona
The BJaeaage i* a itafeaman liko papor, and wlll be
Wldely tead and approvcd hy all lioaeel BM0.
Tbeeaaraaa for Uaited Btatea Benater U going on
aatlraly. The proniinent eaiidtdatea ara l> D. ilum
pbreyaof rlaotarilk), Oen. Oeorge E. Bpeaeer of D?<'a
tur. from Kortfc Alabama. Oen. wiu.u.l Waraar of
IIontgomery, aad Albert Giiftiu of Mobiio, from south
ern Alabama.
Aa f.n na .-an '"< tol.l imw the proapecta are tliat Spen
eer wtll lie one of tbe aoeeeeefal tnou. aud tba otber either
t.1 irtiti 01 Waiii.-r. Theae four caudidatea are all aood
aud true lueii. and wboever all., eeda, the h'.\Ul Wlll bO
well and eredltably rapraaeatad m thcSunato.
OOT. S.MITUV INAt (ilTIAI. AD1?KK8S.
Tlio inangural addreaa of Got. Sroitli of Ala
bama waa delirered an tbeUthlaat. Ia II ba twagraOa*
latea tho p,-opie ot Alabama ou the reetorattea of the
Btate to the t'uioii. Oor. Snnth devotea C4>uilderab*a
ipaca to the oouaideration af Ihe subject of public cduca
tion, 111 wblok coaneettoa ho aaya :
ii.,. tiiat of theae Intareata ia thal of edaaatten, A
a,iu:i,l iiiid Ihorougb coiumon a.i.o.il ayatein la not ouly
the great want. bal Iba only bepa of tha e,n...i.ouweaPh.
w, arafar heblad m..?t oioar atatar BaaBM in thia re
a|a-.-t. Th.HV-aeven tlio.iaaud and aix hi.tnlll-.l of tbO
idult wh.te p"..pulati.it. of Alabama in I*v),could not read
and ? lite, ,1.1.1 the COlOTfd pCOple ate Itlll moie detlei. lll
111 educatlon, The operatloa ol our old labor sy.tcm,
iiow l.appiiv Maaad away, tendod naturally
|0 t'ao pmliu'tiou of 0M0 claaa poaaeaalng
lauds, weaith, and educntloa. an.l of au
other and largor elaaa, p.tor. depreaaed, aml almoat deati
tuto of kuowladge, and d.-aiie 1..1 Imprevemaat With
eulargatl freedom, and full opportnnltlea for indivldual
develwpuieut, abould oome the moat ample facllitieafor
obUluuig tbat iiitoiiu.itiut. whKii BMkeeamaa tlie peer
..f blafellowa, and auabiea hlmto proteel hiaowulutar
esta. at the aa.ne tiuie that he la 1> tt.r lltted to ibacliarga
hia d.ttiea ua a ,-ituen. Wo mu.-t aaa t? it, th.it e.very one
111 the Btateaball bave aa opportunltyof u.qaJriaaT???
edueutiou. F?r tlua purpoae thc expeu.uturo need not m
lavUhor axtraragaut; bul lt abould bo auipie ??'<>"*
irnuU'iuKly bealowedj the 10010 ao, aa it '? "7 , r.,}"
h.-.-t uaoto whi.-h tho publlufumlacaa be ti.'\otoa. 11 w
uioni) for th.- Btate to p.-.inoto the e.I.uat. no
ull h.-r ohlldreu. for by aa otber ^^ff&SSrWQ?
^',?1 lu-.-, at the ba?e. If th.-r.". "-J1"'-' ',
b> thee.luealiou i,f the uiaaM-a v. ,i,> 101 ???? ?---- -- ^
i.atlou, tho whoie huu.iatruotuiv uiu.t n.cviumi c.u
ble.

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