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0li- ,ler 1. B. Irlck and the Southern
M r. lenk of Kentucky, one of the
C..t a. i oc on the actual condition
-1 te. .8vkthe n States, makes the
,iL 'Statemit ,f the debt of
e:.m .4n Sonthen States, Alabama,
A o n-, Fiorida, Geigia, Louisiana,
N orth Carolini, niuth Carolina,
.ese.*ili ni'exas, "amotnting in
gaegate to the, sum of $.120,000,000
'-t. olne dIlar far Confederate war
I ; atld ,.tbing to show from
' Try o' .b Setates, for millions im.
. .i h Stato and county."
In toe niervous and pointed lan
guigo of the gentloman of Kentucky,
we prosent the record of the Govern.
or-, hief miagiatrates of these devo
"In North Carolina, Governor
liolde.i was suceossfully impeachod
Lr high crites and misdemeanors;
I e is now editor of the Government
rgan it Washngton City. Governor
Mlilock, of Georgia,-resigned his po.
fition, and flod from the State to pre
vent certain conviotion for like offen
ces. Governor Smith, of Alabama,
retired in disgrace, proved to havo
lisuially plundered his $500,000 of
her bonds to the Alabunaa State by
'ilegal and corrupt issue of
aind( Chattanooga 1ailroad Company.
Scott, tf So ath Caiolina, proved by
i1 own >arti:,ans to be a publio plun
deICII, wo, if ho OsCapes impeach
nleat, mu t buy his corrupt Legisla
1ur0. Reed, of Florida, wilfully
robbing his Stato b) illegally placing
eill.ions of h r bouds in the hands of
such a thief is Littlefiuld is bhown to
I e. Ch13 ton, of Aiknnos, charged
by ltbadical filioials with all sorts of
%oriuption, ud indicted in a Itadical
o)urt, by a Radical grand jury for
he uost flgrant offut ccs. Warmoth
ot Louisiana, if h. If that is said
against himtt by his own party rrionds
he true, is worso thtan any of them ;
lUrownlov, whtile in Tennessee, made
a patdomuonium of that State ; Davis
of i" x11s, a t3 raintand usut per, who
is denouued by his pooplo regardless
of party as a fiend in human form,
whouse o:dern and acts are a disgrace
to Aintriauh oivilization-theso are
the men phoed by Coagrets over
sevon inillin of people in nine once
Ir e and independent States ; men
m ho are loa t hed and exaorated by the
e -:1 wimel ri4hts liberty and hon
tr it was their duty to proteot ; ret
r ouIvO justico is on their tract I
a uoe l-vye been overtaken the others
wd1 be. liatod and despised, their
o ly aotugo, if they can escape the
S.Io tentiary, soorms to be in the Sen.
4its or the United States."
A necdote of Wligfull.
A Texas correspondent sends the
f1llowing, saying it ham Dot appeared
in int : Mr. Loui T: . WVigfall, one
of the leading Secessionists of Texas
ntoth the South, felt anfter Lee's sur
rendi r, 'omieu lot embarratsed as to
his ae'poreal Cafety in a land then ini
I-s io ot hisi eneiesjt. lie left
I i lan 'nd in dlisgutise, antd traveled
I) a muleback, alonec, for Tiexas. Dick
*T'al'or hadl also surrendered, and all
to forrrics atnd crossings wore in
thne hainds of the Federal forces.
Wigfalhl could pursueG no other course
butt to risk himself to be put aeross
th h ississippi by a detachment of
Unizon Soldierp. lie wias well diii
gutisedl. Observing that no allusion
was made to himnself, and wishing to
know, if possible, how the wvind blew,
he begant a geuneral tirade against
tie lesadinig (Confederates. winding up
bey intjiuirinag whart wonuld ho done
with the senamp Wigfall if they should
'tch him. JThe asoldiers relied they
suppod they would harng hinm. "Yes,
they would do exactly right, and I
woalid pull at one etrd of the rope l''
rejel edl Wigfnall, mounting his mule
tanad trootirng ofi' westwyard,
Thei Deathg of aIrs. (efrfl HiEli.
Theln Nashville B hnnor, of the 23d
inst., contains thne followving:
We tire pruai and shioekod to hear
of tne death of M s. Lizinka Idwevol
wife of (General R. 8. Ewoll, of
Maury. She died (hlite suddouly
y esterday, shortly after 12 o'olook, at
h-er esidence, ntonr Spring Hill, of
pnaeumnonia. In this city, her old
home, whe~re she had boon educated
and lived from her childhood, and
where site was universally beloved, the
neows of her death was received with
poignant sorroW. Site was a lady of
trho ripest culture, and of rare litera.
ry .ttianmentsr. She was a daughter
(of the late Judge Campbells of this
cihy, and we beolieve was born it 8t.
l'etoriburg, while her father frais the
representativo of thnig Government at
the couirt of t he Czar, W hen Gene
rail Ewell was tae n ill, the lamented
lady was ini perf'ect heatlth, After
havmig spent manay anisious days and
night, at her husband's bedslde, she
was stricken, down with the saane die
ease from which he was suffering, and
survivd-onl-y three of four days.
Accidenit 01) the8nvannaoh and Charleston
A few minutes after the traIn for
(aha leston bad separated from the
no for Sanvannah, at Saltkcohatohle
.Ftation, abu'nt iaoonu, 3e.terdiay, the
Lat iir of the latter exploded, and se.
i . usnly, but it -1s hoped not fatally,
ivjurirng the eng': eer anid fireman,
oe t fearfully hiuers ting tir aces..
by bIing glass in front of their
t3expl on o r d at b
t o t ho l'd er, ding I p riO
f al upovL the 9d. ash
b was t twog he' s a
lo god on tUe top f ab d) i ttree.
Had the explosion oooureu fifty yitdb
further, when the train wvuld be
crossing a trestle a
tragetly troght k ei ao
certainly would hpve given way and
the thain preajitated into the river
the other day, a rmarkb~e b e
liarity of th olinat i th4
wheat may bo sown In this -ath 1
any season ofthe year, with .trfed
assurance of a, good orop, He ha
himself sown wheat, slivs his resk
dence in Oregon, every tuonth in the
year, and had never failed to get I
crop.-Portland, (rego,, fItrd.
Wednesday Mornit Fob ?1 1672
A Model (M) Lewisthla-gts
Work of Leglisatlosa,
The pretended $ulons of South (Jarge
lina, assembled tog6thor in the. State
Ctpitol, are to put it.mildly, taking
their leisure at law-making, and by
their dilatory course, would lead--n
observer to oonetlede that h 66nhi of
their labors is the accumulation of
money, rather tani the full disobarge
of their duty as legislators. Looking
facts square in the fae, It Is a neitur
al inference from the ruta of events,
that a majority of our present Legis.
tore have an eye more to the "six
dollar per diem," than to the true
interests of the State. The chartater
of its wotk too, so far, more than jus
tifies such an lhforence,
Of late it seemn to be the rule, ot
rather, custom, to adjourn: btet frcmt
Friday to Monday. and it frequentlt
happens that wheb Monday dotues, to
quorum Is present. Consequently,
but four days in the week are devoted
to the work of legislation. Thim
manner of serving the State Is simply
an outrage, and deserves condemna
tion in the strongest terms. We
look upon it as stealing the peo.
ple's money, drawing pay for sorvi.
ces that are not rendered. 'Thc
whole time of the House seems to b
taken up in tnootpotating seeret so
cietias of various names and objects
and listening to the.silly haranguen a
whike -i.spi.-ed orators. Add t(
the a few lills Irgitimatis1g bastari
children, and a few others of similal
insignifioathe and we have beforo ui
the entire work of the lower banel
of the General Assembly.
The members of the Senate haY4
been more faithful in the discharge o
their duties, but nevertheless havu
consummated but fews acts of impor
tant legiulation. Too much talk, an<
too little work, baa been their draw
back. lMuch valuable time has ibeer
thrown away in the discussion o
measures affecting, in no way, the
welfare of the laboring classes, whosu
i-inmediate representatives the large
majorIty of the Legislature ared No
has anything yet been dome in behal
of the hard-struggling farmErs, -fron~
the sweat of whose brow, the afore
mentioned &olernnainly obC~tn theb
The great aharm in legislating i
evidently "those sir dollata,t' whieli
each meimnber receives whether 'he
works for It or not.-'
Our only consolation 1. 'that a
change will come some of these days,
and men make laws for our country
who understand and apprestate- her
A.&u aehl' Radiesti anttig.
We learn that the Elections Coin
mittee of the U. 8. $ue have re.
ported in favor of seating Abbott as
Senator from 14o9th Carolina.
The history of thia ease briety as
follows : Last *inter Ez-Govemnos
Vance was nominated by .the Vuk.
servative members of thg fNorth Caro'
lina Legislature for the Senatorship,
vacant un the 4th MWarch, 187t, and
was elected by an overwhelmipg we
jority. Hie was opposed. Sy General
Abbott, a Radical Carpet-bagger from
beyond Maon's and Dixon*s line,
who, as we have been informed, did
not even receive the full vote of his
Gov. Vance was refused his selit
en account of political disabilities i
posed b~y the 14th Amendment, lis
friends theM enudeavored to have a bill
passed relieving a elasa of disabill
ties that would cover his cae This,
however, was defeated,
Towards the close of last mo11th,
his resignation was sent In to the Leg.
islature of North Oarolina, aeoepted,
and on the 80th of Januaryg General
M- W. Ranscnr was eeted in his
stead. Whether or not this Jast
election was in accordanc, with $he
provisions of the on~sitoti of
Nor we will 1M
k e are'unaeq i
r a upon which
in substance, P
as G disqualified from
holding o votes cast for him
were blank and vold, but that the
gal and ofe, tp
he reppved aU the legal votei cast.
IW t a e ai
rum, intsuch , b 4rwing out
.those iemtier who voted fyor, Ynee,
and a fe* Aidical1 M j ygto
for Abbott,biJ4Irs wo no quorum par.
tiolpatilg in the election-. -Oouse
quentlyptaecordihtg to Al bottli t heory,
thete was tin oleation at all.
?#etertlai ihe hl ining lihts of
Rfadioalisti1 with bMortott at -their
head, have decided to go outside vf'
law and justice, suin recoe atilther
uinfortuonfso e't-sliager it* tirir
Congessionp1 fold., . Iuelt a~, ot is,
in direct IiqIttioti ofr: -costitutlonl
righti and civil liberty, ahd Wilt f1
eoil at ho distant day Upon'the I'etd
of its dsatnidy -pPe-putratpr," via
cetu bent upon bitmilItting the out
.uytil there shall be tio life left in he
.people. - . .' . . I I
We denounbe sitett a potinb-Alg a
an- unmitigited outrage, olturatturls
tio only of the id fanat'ism and
corrup6 partisanism that stand forth,
as the beacon lights of that majority in
Cohltegr who have time and agninu
violated bath tiho spirit and letter of
the Constitution, and who are estab
liahing a record that will blacken
their character for all time to come
befor's the jubt nations of te world.
"CongrusM oiasag der iWMn
A anothormculuann we. publibh an
extrast fron the letter of the legila.
tive correspondetit of the Charleston
Couirier, giving the inain featur of a
bill, introduced b'y Yuo'Ui of Chester,
to redistrict the State.,
Under the late oensuP, tils State ib
eutitled to another representative in
Congress; nslking, in Alt, five.
As will be seen, the bill shows
plainly that it is framed *holly in the
interest of the Hadioal party. and at
raspges the Congressional Distriots so
as to secure a' Radical majority in
The Intelligenee atid the property
In this outaaged state Is Gortainly
entitled toon. representative it Con.
gross, ana ie look upon it as an 1ifa
mous proteeditig that the Le islature
thovild 0'oit4uinate, -b a ditioual
piece of legislatiaw that tends to do
prive tho white people of Sotth Caro
lina of a -voice in the -Natibtial CUtn
eil. W~e denoutiog ii as dathnable
Amnesty still hangs fire f the Uf.
8. Senate. Many prominent Radioal
aenators have come out boldly in ad.
Yooaoy df so just a measture. The two
Senatorg fromthis State are its espe
cial chapions, a otroumnstanee we are
pleased to note. S umner, as is char
aetoristlo of him, is tr'ydg vEry hard
to defeat it,"however, by tacking off
to it his "Supple mental Civ~l Righ ts
bill,'s whiojp a but. .adding'additiona)
insult to the peo'$e of the Sputa.
We hope. 'C'hawle#"- wel Ibe disapi.
N M~aoo, Jan. 30, 181g.
Mr. Editer /
Your reusde 'in to-d~y paper on
itetmperaneoe, call up some tefieotions
as appliesble to our'estatus onth
question here in our imme4iate 6orn
munity.' elalim with someQ jts
tice to be a quiet,, orderly ensd: moral
community. We have fAve ohutcbes, as
esidenee'of thih fgct, and ttro whiskey
shops to each chuileh t9 insure the
devil ttet play. 1Nb l, t there is
no Sw'el of greater beauty thap con'
sistenoy, ad.1, have no. respeet 'foi'
the private ow public - oin ion which
tend. to ikike ishamn of reiilon by
wlnkin~g gi anes which. all admit are
injurious to mankind.
There are men';vafa, Weak and
foolish enough', to bomat that they op
pose all efforts at suppressingthe re
tall traffio'of Ii quors on the grouna'that
they een take their daily and weekly
grog, without beoonsimgw. draalmerde,
and that the letter. olasi wilt get
dink anyhow. [ wotald say to such
that I have lived long enough to see a
number of men eniowed with the
came kied of wisdom- hopelessly ruined
b~y this false view of a great evil.
There is ao ergutaent used in atappogt
of the liquor tril but can be shown
false and ruinous If carried out: to It.
These man-traps, deadfall,, or bar.
ooms, are doleg taor to'rthd'ce.
grade oui black poyulathnri ith many
of the white, than any other evil in.
be p lly (t.. ~ uo e
th Yi gro out his I f.
re 40 * p oft t 1.,
b 'the i od, into wh
person had to battle with the telipta.
flob to drink.
9 in who ay o
ATo cam ound for sins w are Ined to,
411P is aneasy frooeits for untin'ug
troublesone Oaculty, but it wi not
vi a 'la'-. - o _- T
The DaVenport hrothers lately gave
soine of theit iSychio ekhibitiois "at
ItIaica, No ?.. but theit' trieki were'-ad
ydinia'ranged by some of the, Co. nall
University "ftioes. A, priite lettor
says that sometf the students, lving
a seientifid 'turn of wiud..prbvided
themselves ; Lofilladd With 'pyro
tjobhuio balls cbnrtaining phosphords,
so nade a-. to igrite suddedliy with a
bright light. 'Dering thi dark seaties
when the ).venports purported to be,
and an thedudience suppo.4d Wete,
bound hand - and, foot within' thel
eloset or oabin1. aad then the ' tiar
tad.fioakiog inatlie tit- Whd 'antiteally
*rutdtdythwf4esaid attidente otwid1
their lights.aI tof- asudden;' whern the
spirits were found to bd none dther
theti the bavenoorts themselivev who
were lodging,abiut the at ago,' brdtitl.
iuhing the kuitats, and playing the
tunes. The music suddenly 'oetseli,
the domi ittese- - declired the pevfur
mance a humbUg, andt ife players de
parted from Ithaea by the earliest
The Aequllilof Mrs7. Vhartoi.
The New York Journal anyg:
"The rematkable trial of Mts'. Whar.
ton, I harged with -p.,isonth# Enderal
Ketohutn, htee'Atla'at. beet "6ought to
a close. The acousod woman is ac.
quitted. The evidence which at one
timo seemed so strong as to leate Iiutt
little giound for doubt that slo would
be found guilty, wns suddenty over
thrown, atid since then thero his been
a general expeotation of the result that
hias en'ue d. 8he has undergoio:sa p-n.
fel ordeal, but after a mott sev'eh ig
investigati--n, her inndeence is solem
ly decitedi 'and in- this here heart
must find its solidofortha0 sfering
bho bad to endure during the'aguii
ing daya that have doubtle's acetned
ages to her."
The intimation ,boo wore than oneo
been thrown out' that the United
Sutes Oovernutnt was Vlteparing for
Some baie prtskaed that waf ttith
1pain is anticipated. We take -it
tba it is war with Euglauif OIy.
We lerth tbat at tlc Ueneva c tnfer.
dne; the English Govern'mei luts
been impressed with the ekhUrbital.t
denmaffds upon it by the Ameriofi
Governmeit; iff 'the matter of 1the
A labUna claIt_ . An' lnglis.hman
speaking, to us' said fliet Englan.td
wvdtuid never cofhuent to th6 demiands
fitIde upon hetr
If the Unrited 'States dovef'ntfrnt ic.
preparing for wUr, it is wer wth] Iitag.
latid thdtt Is anticipated.--Cuollan.
ff, Reaft '
'Boys, troys, if 'you look, into tho
early life of truff lfelp'fdff men-those
who make life ai and oobler to
those who came after them-you wiill
almnosi, invariably find flia.t tiaey lived
purely in tue .day of. Iheir yo.iath.
In ealylife,' the' bfain thouagh
sbounding in viger, is srdoadive and
tery susoeptible sto injury-and thia.
to sulah a degree that a comn paratively
brief aaad moderate -induilgeneo in ..
ofoua pleasures appears to lower tho
toe.and impair; both the deliesov
aod .e5oienyofr shebrain fori life"
Tfhis is simply the truth of soloee.
Voor rrindedness, absent-amindjdnems,
lac'k of a pplicat ions indolene, shift.'
1055ue5s ana4.a hurldred other "synsp.
tornsa," indicatE~ "bad 'habits." 'Oh,
the beauty andi benefit of purity:I
Oh, the fonlnees and ecamity of' -vi'
.We elip the' following itern from'
the Niew York Times of Sondey:
Ella. Breen, C'young Irish womu
who reconly arrived in. thtiu cotutry:
yesterday oaused'the arrest of a den
tist named Jd8,.-E~ugiotti, with whose
fatuily she. had lived-'udomwesti at
No.;80718ixth Avenue.i The 'dentist
furn ishbed Ella writh a met of teeth fo'
$29f, the amount to. ba deducted from
het wage. A fbrtnight sgoe Ella left
her mploerbut on Friday last she
calld gobemandt, wad asked how her
teeth Were Notting ualong. She open
ed her menth to het the dentist enam
ine, when hee Demoted the teeth and
refused to replacer them. lieu.. the
We learn that at, Ilrlahvuaa, who
had been etxiploe4 at. thLe (Jenetary,
in this piae., somse time since, went to
Washington for she ye pose of draw
ing his pay. After receiving It, the
Pap tnaater discovering a sabre soar
on his facs,rewared/f You ., were in
66 amduring tewar.". "Year"o
sei ):p,,"$fh!coqleaat4 .pyero you
ha, spaid tePaymasterr "In (oeeal
Fajtsligh I,p~e' . commandr". said ha.
"Ddo aethe audaoity-t: *pply
ot w eerf d emetery for work w~en
Ye,. ee thIshma'sn,-ihelp.
4tokl b.beps'asd 11th ogbt "I
bs4 a rightorbelp'W burj tboen
3 -W 8. r O.-The
'on 1 tt 01 iuenced
tieir investigtition this orni g in the
United States co u t, l' e ous
tom house building. G.,vernor War.
ed, Wes autd he wfirno o jotidn t,
lugi~Ij 4S, 04-1 u 'lt roomI.
I tteb %so'rnorlid ,a ObjeOted the
Committee would have met elsewhere.
hat ni , g
rpnge. The object of.the Commiittee
0e1ms 6be t hear a getiral PatO.
metit frosh one it.ber of 1 1ch i'o
tildiin drde to arrive at thy' p'nldts
that require' their attentjioh. 'Te
rthtement telearuphed o6.de oar the
I ltb jnut as to hov the Logislatu re
Is t;ide up, Miting' W'hefland's 'case,
edesUn~ch9st*dnadajt to-day reo
ga rditlt stm ha Zf dl membersa
iluroh'will be'recalled to ill)rrow.
Prom Norlth Carolin..
" A1.klbir, Janliury $0.--denh~.
W. kuniom, of Nortbhutnptoin '48's
to daly ilected ited Status- Sonator
by the following vote : House.
Whole' idnibe'r or' ratts dast 8, of
whidh iRisout received 69 ; soutt'i
ingi 18. SenatS-- Whole nuinbdr bf
vdtes bist, '2 of whioh Rxucnui te
The It.'publjchfis'gengrflly are ta
king 1no pitO'In the elnectiui, claiming
that the Iiegltihtu-o hs no fight to
elect a Senator at this time.
- :'ofil New Yorki
N. hW.' GRR,'January 3.-Codnter
feit tnouties of the Market National
Dank are eirculatinig.
The ambil pox reports #.hoW seven
teen casesaud five deaths in twenty
Ice impedes the fLrr ies.
Nrxw YdRK, tFebruary L.-4idnry
H. Cornegys, in-urantb agent, Dr.
,8. L-iroy, 8wonnenta and James A.
Ludwig hua bedn arrested by detee.
tives its parties who have been pa.-.
iog raised clieck throughout the
countrys They wete idontifled by the
. 8tokds- ase, is adjourndd to Mon.
Jim Mace 'challenges, O'Daldwin to a
fifteen hundred dollar fight'
Judge' Woodruff, to day reversed
the order -4f Judgd Rateh ford1 ad
judging.tho Alabama atd Clinttanoo'
ga rdilroad baikrupt, holeig that
the company being organized under
the taws of Alabamna, could not legal
ly move to York.
- Fmk's will has been admitted to
probaloie. The estite was sworn as not
exceeding a mibion dollars. - His
widow is the sdle eteeut'ii
The investigotion- ,conimittee tak e
Porter and I bcock's'evidenae in
Washington, where they will soon ad.
jouin for furthet hearirgs.
The Chamer of Comineree; to-day,
adopted a memorial t' - Cdotyrbs,
reomnimending a low .teg tlailng tile
shipping of sealmer f ol-o, fot a .10
prohibiting throwi# g Jioderm into the
hai bor, maid a law rtegttlating quatan.
Tme ar.her is modetratinig, but the
riverf- and 'harlbogia :re eurt ted wvith
floating ice. Sailhia c vessls Oua',
pass Hlil G ate otn adedift oif massedl
Two robbarida one a highd'4at rob
bery on Jas. Atli man, cnoet leetor
and Wei-t stre ets, last niguht, sta mbing
himu barily; Tlhe rubb.r ea44inpad withI
his booty. The tietiw wras 8teht to
the hospit al. f~rel
Geteral WVm. Thbmpson,fonry
quartermuaster to Gceeal- daueks ,
and formerly a mnilli.v.,ire of New
Orleans,.died in the Bollevue hospital
yeaterday5 where he hrad been taken
in a starvaing eondition. by the poli~e.
SA report was rcm.d at the Working.
men's Uniojn last night, stating no
ebange in the strike.
.Stokes .was again before thi court.
Judge Ingrahamn announed thiat thbe
motion to quash the iuidictmenit had
been care fully considered and could
not be grante~I. Tr'mial proceeding:
.W*48ENGTON, J~anuary 30.--There
Was a 11411 eabin.0t, excop ting Rgrbe.
Olearaunce papers were refused to
'he Canandaigua is fitting out tco
b39 attached to the North Atlantio
Thef~ returns at the Bureau of Statiu.
tics show immigration at New Orleana
tU be 1,994 matles,~ 1,311 females.
T1he W~ays. and hlean8 Comnritteo
consaidered t"b protpriet~y of reducing
the retehne, both fromfl tariff anmd in
ternal t ales. .'They wil~hear the d
missioner of internal reverrue Friday
upon tie nmattoss1 and especially re
~The Ejautions Committee of the
Hoeue. agreed to report in favor' of
Blesli' . and. against Ed werdat, and
seated the memb er from Asknsas.
SatNya.-T1he Charleston Chamber
of Commerce petition for refunding
the cojton tax.
RIobert.-on gave notice that be would'
pre the vole. on arrnnesuty to'morroW.
)louws..-Three hundred thousand
doIl.qa is the op >rdpriation for publio
buldings at 8t. ouis,- whi'oh is pass.
eJ by hill.
The Committee on 1Hanking and
entenyeauthoried' to' sedd for
persobs 4nd Jiapors in oases of susp en
d ad noatibnk bankri.
-the appoint~ment bill,'as amended
lby'the Setaate, passed, and goes to the
Preisident. -It is tire original Hfouse
bi~lwith tiu6 'addition thlat States
ha'ving disfitahi'sed male Oitizeos
shall- ose representatitour in pro.
po' tion.-. Adjonur-ed.
XeIllog Introduced a bi! inaking
shreveport a port of delivery ; refert
ed. oo logt 's ater
9u to p to t on the
ane f p te whose us a on
lil fo ry s I to seed.
Ali e t f War
to tea ist.uit infor oI in his
pon.sion ho ing the nature and
extent of r obstructions in Red
Iio._-Alas -wh~ Rolu m W
uenw -or Me remoia f the
sa ne,and wh t a'nout 4
priation fur that puljose bad been
The speeches on amoeay ocou.
ield the balance of the ddy.
i t hi Troasunry---Con $100,2509f00;
uarr. nuy,$1 2MO,o ' - .
. ASINGTON, .Fcbruhlry' -:The
SOuthOirolaim Couili-siolt to day
heaid udditional tehtinsstiv In - the
oe t.f. Mrs. Lizzie Hlaniltoti4 of
Gr And (ulf, Mi.,si1ipp3 the widow ,of
CoU1ales D1 114am1iton0, forsuppltes ta
ken, awout ling to $139,200, anld in
the case of I)rsg, of Wilimidgton,
amatountinag to $13,000:
S&NATm-81enatUr hIswis, is a per
oUI- explariation, stid. Ite would vote
for Sdiamner',s uneudwett tW the ai
Ainiesty was re.sumed, Carperiter
doubted the ekpie.atloey of geanting
genterail amndnty at this time : the
effect of anineety he said was; aiuply
to reinforce -.the Usmocraltoi part.y.
lie thdught Sunner'sanondinena was
fit to go with the amnesty ; if.- IiamO
usats -were not wllI hg to take that
they Wduld- get tio antlesty.
No vote rbached. 1j. eke Uonflradti
as distriUt judge of Florida.
The Iotae was eengaged- all day
Upoti the resolutiona justiying bout
well's syndicato oporations, which
fiially pamsed by a st riot larty vote.
W. 1'. CUtllin" pensiomn agetit of this
city, is short in his account. The
Treasury i6 inuhiag at invdatikation.
The anuunt of defaleetntio isi batimuat
od at ten thouz.and dollars.
A nutuber of petitions ha1v8 been
receivd byAttorney General, asking
for the rewbtval of 'United Si:es Dis.
trict Attorney South worth, of the
Southern Dietict of A labani. Thb
prinidipal ground of the lietitiott Id that
Southworth was dorelict in the prddz
eent ion of the Et1taw tioters. .
W ASu11auTon, Febrtiary 4;-Tt is
said in official circles tlilht otr Odv.
ernmnout has n information *bidh ex
cites fears that the Goeteva 'Ar;
bitration will-fail of its objdot; hots
withstanding the recent dom'thete of
the London p'per.< ropdating the
Auterican statement of the dase be
fore that tribunni, and attention is
called to the faict-that in 'nohisttlasion
ing the British High Conimlssidoners,
Queen Viatorla pledged her ro'al
word that whutever thing should be
tranaaioted and oncluded by -het high
coatiissiioners - should btI agreed tot
acknowledged and r4gattled -by hIt' fi
the fillest manner; and that abe wofild
never suff.rl either in *hble of its
part, any peruoin whosobv6i to infringe
up')n the swnotf dot dolutraty tihotto
as far ns tuy itt hiS pownr. The trda.
ty, it is knowni proides- that alho'uld
it. 3aporur thilt Great Dritcisf hde fitiled
to fuitill any duty or dutieb 'Is to tihe
:, oatled Alabama d4-prdatlios, ad
the rrbitruitofas do ndt award td th6
Uautted Sttes a sumn inj groeg; it is
uareed that a board of asse'IBure Ahall
be0 appbiatLed -tO aRbertaua wbit claims~
are v'a id-afld what amount shall be
phid by Gre'at lritAijd du au8otint bf
as to each td'alg :aceordh'~g to' the
ettint of such, l.aility asN ddeaded ?Ij
the arbitrator.- It apeats frord the
prouticol, dh at sat the c.an'erenace here
on tife $ih of MI reh, the Awneridan
Coanngissi'raels Bclaumed thtat 9/u
Brtuin, by rea~oh of her faihnr'c in
the propst robservance of brer duties
aN a unetvtral, had b eomo justly lia ble
for the uacts of tho cruisefs, and of
their tendersa, a;'d that the ohlatos for
the loss arnd destruotiona of private
property whibh had thus far -beetr pre
senued, amounted to ahatit fourteerv
fnillions of doll-ars, trithout intere4t,
which anteount was liaa~le. to ho greati
incressed by claims whieh had not
then been presenated , that the' cost
to wihjeh the Guoversnment had beera
put, in the pursuit of crI*iseyraj oould
easily be ascertained by certiflcatesa
of die Governorret aceounting ofl.
oers t that in the hope of an itmica
ble settlemnent; no etienlate was mnade
of,.the indireet,. losses, without prefu
diceo, however, to the right of indem
rtificatipn .of their acuont,- in the
etenL of no . suoh settlement . being
b'iNt.A b'ar.rurr.A, Fe bruary i - 1the
return.of the judges makes Gray's
majority 8!10. Mc Lure, the defeated
oandidaf~e, land a hearing before the
court, of omn Pleas for a new
count. 'No doeision,.
OMiAIfr , Pehr uarT I.----astwutd
bound trins are at (Lheyeno, Some
passe'ngers were sixteen .days .fromu
tigden. As they dug' 'through,
theb drift olosed . ra behind
them. Qne passengr tri'n ran into
an~othe r, hurting one.
E*. lovufs,liA~bruary 1.-The Gov
erndr's veto of theb i paying bonds
in: currency meets e o b trgopo,
thon. The law tIl tot n4.otg atorpoae
ewordsa "payabluina coin,"I~
P.TTstindJR, lbebru:. ry I .--Thos. P.
Philips, dlry gooda. is reported as tall.
ad. with orne hundred and thirty thous
dtollars liabilities. Seventy thousand
St. Lonza, Fetbrumary 3.-The house
postponed tlie consideration or the
rGovergor's veto ot e. bill paying
bornds i' .greer14ndt9 .' qeday.
lorvIfgV~L, Fobuarry ~3.-' he. Or.
phanage of, tbq food $lepherd was
rned, to-- ;Innia gaved.
8A~L L ANC, febfury 8.-4 we
neeting of oittsens adopted regolu
4ens approv'ng of Judge Mcarr-,
action, in refuslag bill to murderord
upon an order from Attorney-General
Williams, and asking the dismissal of
Distriot Attorney Bated.
Two roughs fought fatally at thd
A tiemendous row occurred at a
masquerade ball. The polico were
.fr ytgt',dEg rt(q.-Tbd
B onfCounnluln'p 4ea resolua
tion requeoting the trustees of South.
ern railroads: It ejo t th bgc rtr
passed by th4 ky is t re
p&g )MFebi lary 8. -;7pa
mat letter says tie" t e v n
refuses rep:aration for the notion Of
_isu,gptq wititU. hr lin4t4 Ia
net*iheng-the steuier Mohtijo.
The Greelhy lpitb I lan Coutitteo
passed a .s0dlution, that the Coumson
Counoil c b ould impeaeh M.yor 14-11
andstunporariy,abtJlib the p /Mit.
Counturlit lOs uf the Nationa.l
Bank of Norwicb atte itoulatinig ,
CIIuAGO, Fubruiry 3.-The bribed
Aldernioi, havb beot sentenced tosix
moths' impkrisoninent And $1,000 flnif.
KRTdU6x6 Kr. Fob.aFy *r
Masked tien took Staitgh;'who kiljeJ
hi.s wifq frppi jail tud quVgbd hini.
NKW Ydnic, Vuebruni-y 3.- sleeping
car Conductor Trice, oi the Memphis
and Charleston Railroud, who circula
lated the story of the alleged lia.-on of
Jeff. Davis, knocked down Ge 0. D.
Mory with at iron pookor, iear
lluntavilloi yebterday; set lonsly, if
not fatally, ibjuring the Gendriai. The
reneohter grow frdm the btory.
Indietawduts ar6 reported and ar
rests expected. tihe names Mentioln
ed ate Tireed, benet, Ihugh, Smnitli,
Peter and Jawes Sweeney. The ina
junctiou agninst the Tammany Socie
ty has been dissolved; 16 is thought
lie investigating Coulmittee will ad.
jdurn to-night. The storm continuos,
uttid lndw is falling and , drifting.
There is a heavy Northicast wind.
Two langli-h telons, who arrived bf
the steamer Clty of Ne* urk, were
arrested for extriiditott.
The Grand jury presented twenty
tlree indiotments against maon cbarg.'
ed with defrauding the oity. Timo
was eatended to the 17th to complete
lVAu.I NG'i'N, Jeo trilary. P.--hmi
balance of the coin subscription to thd
hew lOan huds litlefi drdrd to t%' with.
drawnh froft the depositoried.
Rev. Dr. William H lamiltot 0led
from a fall, while entering a street
Major Chatles S. Naliace, of th
Confederate armiy, died, to-day, 0,
The Hlouse %ias oociipied in debatd
only ; tW6 Senate was not in hession.
#Anis, Nebruary 8;-A hdO flagj
dontuisiug favorable p.llusiuns to the
ldrnapartes; caused, wild eoitposent4
wiluhieh e4tciided to the Atreetsi
d(rieO df n inp with the Iouapartes,''
and "i ite I /ulpir,," afdwfied ditch
other. A diettfrbande as' thrbaten.
ed; bitt the eroid uially disherded
without blonvs. The pdffdrarance: tf
a pla'y *iud dspetded. Th6 Assatm;
bly voted overwhelinigly for the suy.
prceaion dt boniiieial ti-eaties #ithf
E~ngladd aitid Iiolgiurii. 'tlie debste
on the motidri to renliovd the Assetr
bly to lAris wa 'roai-b'6ud. It whit
fally rejetd--577 to 818;
The adlversd vote upon tir ttrff
of the Assenably to PAris dauses thuof
disatppoihtssnent. beonsaf, Prdresf;
ofn the Steine, attd (Cum.,itner Periore;
andse a niusmbher of the iinii..ff' thfeated
io frAfgn, in eoI4sequ~ece:
L oNnor, Februtr y 5.-'ho Timeht
dela s thrtst if Arieridabf elafnss are
rep esented, Ensgland most, trotify the
Gen'eva arbitratur#e athl the arbitr atiow
rdity as *ell c&Se. Tbe Daily Tele.'
grapfh msnj negotiatious to., tha~t end
hadve been dpened,; but the British
re'p'rdrehftmfunt were'Itot received 14
a fi iensdly .sunter, 1 .a y
UnDRln, Fe bruary .--..A massmweetJs
's tg of '7,000O Radicalt *as held,- to-day;
lehegaraf delirtered an address, irv
doutee of. whidh he alluded to the res
ported atrboitilef irt Cuba, and de
dIurdd that thdre itas good reason to
believd thefo was some foundation for
those ,ace.ouwnts. He said he had ini
dontestible etidefree that childrten had
been shlot and he demanded a stop be
put to suoh outrages. The speakers
tidnetally called for 6xtensive reformat
at home and in the eolonies.* A mong
thetlig the ibolition of eapital punish
ment and slavery i red uotion of taxa..
tion and pritilege of tpial .by jury.,
All advouated contittued liossessieki of
Cusba anad the~ mintenace of Spanlsir
authority in the Antilles.
A World dispatoh, dated Nebruarf'
3, says Chief aJ ustiec Coobran has elii.
cdally counseled the Cabines thsaf
England must reeede Immediately
from the treaty of *Wwshingtons leav'
ifng America to decide between a new
tiesy of war. The counoii is now'
disoqasinig the terms in which this'
resolumtion shall appear in the Queen's
speech at the opening of Parliament,
Naw Yong, Fely. g.--veni-..
Cotton quie't and firn i 'lands 225 '
Orleans 23k; sales #,000 balee. Gofd
CflAn5,5s'rog4 February 8..,Cotton'
steady anid firm--middlinig 21& ; re
ceipts l,15t ; sales 500 bales.
LivKnrooJ), Fob. 3.--Evening
Cotton opened strong and closed firm'
---uplands 11li; Orleana I lj ; sales'
Henry (Ulews & Co., of New Yorld
have written to the Atlanta Constltu.
tion explaining th econneeotlon whleh'
they have had' with Georgia's depart.
ted funds. Some elews which would
lead to.the'recovery of their money
would be much more satisfy vlug to the'
howling Georin.- -en.r.r J.....t.