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WABHING.TON. D. O.
W. J. MTJRTAOH A CO., PUBUBIDma
b. t. hahsooh, mnoB.
I WIH ALL MM TO 81 FKU.-AbbXbui
Lcst Wesklagtos. October 10, 1M4.
MT WHOLI Lin SHALL Bl DIRECTED
TOWARDS PHESIBVIHO TBI UNION. AHD
fAKINO IT, IN TM PBOPER AND TOLLMT
lESSI Or THI TXBK, PERMANENTLY FREE.
AJremiw Josiso trotMapie, April loth,
'IT IS TIME Till AMERICAN PEOPLE
SHOULD BE TAUGHT TO UNDERSTAND THAT
IBIABOn IS A CRIME NOT IK REVEMOE
HOT in anoer but Tnir trearo!. 19 a
crime, AHD MOULD bi eateimed as
uuu Anu rumsusD ab such" axobbw
Jmik, PmUUnl nf (At Bntttd Statu April
SnOW HE WBO HAS B1XH ENOAOED IH
lnm conspiracies, who ins fired
CPOH OUR FLAO. WHO HAS OIVEN IH
minCTIOHS to take ODB PORTS. AHD CUS.
TOM HOUSES. AHD ARSENALS, AHD DOCK
YARDS, AHD 1 WILL SHOW TOUATRAITOR.
WMSS I PRESIDENT OF TBS DHITID
STATIS, I WOULD SO AS THOMAS JEFFEK
OH DID IH ISM, WITH AAROH BURR. I
WOULD HATB THEM ARRESTED, AHD, IP
CONVICTED WITnlH THE MEANWCI AHD
SCOPE OP THE COHSTITUTIOH, BT TBS
MTKSHAL aOB I WOOLD EXECUTE
"". Jnnos, Us UnUtd
Statu Snatt March Id. 1891.
All letters relating to the sahaerlptlon of, or
ajrertlelar It, the BirvsLioiir shoald be ad
dreeeed to the pabllehers, as aboTO.
All letters or communication t a tended for pob.
Ueatloa, or la any war rtlitlDi to the editorial
(eportment of the paper, shoald bo addressed to
the editor, as abore.
Baelaeee aad other correipoadents will greatlj
oiifotbc I-ublUhri and tho Editor by comply
Uf with tho above sagzeitloQ.
To CoEEiiroiBiim No notice can be taken
f aaonymons eommanleatloas. Whaterer le
Intended for Insertion moat be aathentlcated by
Ike nnme and address of the writer not neceasa
rllr for publication, bnt ae a g uarantr of Ua good
Wo cannot iadertakoto ritnra rejected com
nuleatloaa. WEDNE5DAY::::.:::DECEMDER 20, 1865
TO MKMBER8 OF CONGRESS.
Senators and Representatives can hare the
Dailt Nxtiosil RiruiLiciK dellreredreg.
ularljr and promptly at their residences, in
lerofpere, by ordering tt through the Secre
tarj of the Senate, the Clerk of the House of
Bepreientatlres, or at the offioe of the Re
ruBLiCAir, No. 511 Ninth itreet, near Penn.
THE FA11CK TO-MOIUIOAV.
We pabltih tn another column the resolu
tion i adopted by the National Equal Suffrage
Association at the regular meeting yesterday
ronlng, expressing the same opinions pro
nounced bj the Rzpcblicax In regard to the
farcical election proposed by the City Covin
oils of Washington, to be held to-morrow,
for the purpose of attempting to dictate to
Congress the action which It shall take, and
the policy It shall adopt. In governing the
In this matter It Is difficult to se,e that the
opinions of those who arrogate to themselves
ome superior authority, and who assume to
peak ex cath-ira, because tbey are 'old
residents," or "permanent cltfsens," are of
more importance than those of other citizens
of the United States especially of those who
are deal fens here ai employees of the Gov
ernment or otherwise, and who may be taken
to be the representatives In a manner of the
whole body of the people representing the
average Intelligence, the average morality,
and the average publlo sentiment of the
The action of Congress upon the suffrage
question In this District Is of very Utile com.
paratlve importance, considered merely as a
matter of local policy, but It Is of the highest
Importance in Its national relations that the
Influence of the Government shall be thus
exerted in behalf of equal rights for all races
The representative population of the Dis
trict will, with other friends of equal suffrage,
have an ample opportunity to express their
opinions respectfully, and in a manly
way, by signing the petitions to Congress
now In circulation.
Let the gentlemen who have arranged to
morrow1 farc$ hate tie entertainment to
Gov, Bout well on Suffrage
lion. Geo. 8. Boutwill and Hon. John
F. Farxswotb will address the National
Equal Suffrage Association, at the Unitarian
Church, comer of Sixth street and D, to
morrow evening at seven o'clock. Let there
be a full tarn out.
Cottojt in VmaiifiA For many years
past, especially in counties south of the
James, Virginia farmers have devoted small
patches of land to the cultivation of cotton
for their own consumption, it being gener
ally used for rummer clothing for the blacks
Although the end of slavery relieves the
farmers from the clothing and sustenance of
so many dependants, tne cultivation oi mis
Taluable material should by no means be
suspended. It has always been produced In
quantities too small, and should by all means
be kept up to the full extent of the farmer's
ability to tend it
This year has been a remarkably fine one
for cotton in this latitude In Chesterfield
alone tome small crops were made, rivaling
in quality any grown in North Carolina, and
io favorable was the season, that every boll
was saved During the war cottons woven
by hand were In extensive uie In this State,
In fact, many a fair lady was proud to wear
It, We trnst they will continue to be suffi
ciently proud of such fabrics to continue
their manufacture, and thus, In stimulating
domestlo Industry, Improve also the house
hold economy 7tM mond Enquirer,
ArsviLi Burnt ice bill has been Intro
(JuceJ Into the Indiana Legislature.
One of the pleaeaatoit sign of the times la ths
Improved aad tatyrovlaf taste of oar people tft the
matter of holiday treeenta. We no lonnr see the
tub eric display of former days oa the counters of
me saops w here gins are parohased ror enuareu,
fa there, mothers, wives, husbands, and friends.
Tinsel and trash have given way for the works
of Immortal authors and artists, whose works
are presented every year la more and more elab
orate and tastcfal forms and galses, and nowa
days a Christmas or New Tear's present will, In
most cases, consist of something that le not only
a thing of beaaty, bat a Joy la more senses than
a merely boaatlfnl object can be.
We hare been led to make these observations
from an Inspection of the stock of literary and
other wares now being displayed at Hcdso
Tatlob's bookstore, 334 Pennsylvania avenue,
where can be eeen the richest specimens of
American book-craft, and a splendid assortment
of English works fresh from the London pab
Ushers. We shoald be Inclined to protest
against this Importation of EoglHh books, espe
cially of SnglUh editions of American authors,
were It not for the expectation that the Introdnc
tlon of the elegant specimens of English work
Into oar market will stimulate oar publishers to
still greater Improvement.
Oar space Islnsaffictent for mentioning one quar
ter of the prominent attractions of the valuable
stock of entertaining aad usefal articles offered
for sale by jfr.TarLoa, and which are exceed
ingly snl table for holiday presents. He has
bibles and testaments of American and English
manufacture, costing from fifteen cents to fifty
dollars per copy, lie has some fifteen different
editions of SstAXsrBABB's works, eight different
editions of Waverly, and an extenntve assort
ment of the leading standard works. One of the
London editions of Waverly, bound In a supe
rior manner, has fifteen hundred Illustrations.
Among the magnificent volumes on Mr. Tar
Loa's counter le a rlcbly.bound folio containing
forty photograph copies of paintings by the best
masters. It Is entailed "Lights and Shadows of
lYew York Picture Oellerlea " Another, the
"Cooper Vignettes," containing India proofs of
F. 0. C. Parley's Illustrations of Cooper's
novels, excites the warmest admiration of all
who examine Its rich contents. The finest pic
tures of the famoas Dusseldorf Gallery are pre
sented In another attractive folio. The most ex
quisite specimens of illuminated and pictorial
work are eeen in the "Christian Armor," the
" Three Kings of Orient,' ' aad some others.
The stock of Juvenile books Is very much en
riched by Importations from England. "I would
I were a boy again," aigha the father ae he In
spects this assortment, In which are found eo
gravlngs of pictures by the best English paint
ers. Robinson Crusoe, ' ' with a capital illus
tration on every other page, aad all the legen
dary works that have delighted the children of
many generations, plctoriallied and colored as
brilliantly ae the Imagination of youth could
Those who desire other presents than books In
their varieties can find here an endless variety of
usefal aad elegant articles la the shape of writ'
tag desks, despatch boxes, toilet cases, photo
graphic albums, 4c. A particularly rich collec
tlon of fancy articles, made of the beautiful and
fashionable "Scotch wood," for the toilet, the
centre table, and the library, Is to be found there.
We advise all who desire to make a preent to
any relative or friend to make a letsur)y exam
inalfou of the beautiful things offered them
through the taste and enterprise of Ur.TaTLoa.
The Suffrage Question.
KATIOHAL EQUAL SUrmAGK ASSOCIATION.
At a regular meeting of the Natlonaj
Equal Suffrage Association, held last even.
,ng, tn the absence of the President, Wx L
i). Greece was called to the chair. The
following preamble and resolutions, offered
by A. SJ. Gahqewxb, Esq , were read and
Whereas an act has been passed by the City
Councils of Washington city "authorizing a
special election to ascertain the opinion of the
people of Washington oa the question of negro
saffrage," which election Is to beheld on Thurs
day, December 21, lSMj
And whereat the coarse of oar City Govern
ment In nullifying an act of Congress In retard
to the school fund contributed by oar colored
fellow-cltliens shows to what lengths of Injustice
aid Government will proceed la its efforts to de
grade and keep In Ignorance an unoffending
And whereas the ex-slaveholders of this Dis
trict have been nald from the nablle treaanrv
dearly a million of dollars aa compensation for
"uoa-a image cai in eooay," wnom iney na4
held In bondage and deprived of their wages ;
And whereas these same men have so de
bauched pablle sentiment la this District In re
gard to the negro, whom they have systemati
cally degraded that the result of said election le
a Urtgao conclusion and will only prove the
troth of the asser i on that It Is Impossible for them
io forgive the Innocent whom they hare injured,
And whereas a large portion of the white rest
dents of the city of Washington are practically
disfranchised by the fact that tbey are not regis
tered, and according to the ruling of the Corpora
tion Attorney, w bone opinion will govern the ac
tion of those who will bold the elections, no un
registered person can vote, though he may have
paid taxes and hold a receipt therefor,
JjAod whereas the action of our city govern
ment In regard to colored people has heretofore
been partial, unjust, and tnlqaltoas, and their
present action la prompted by a feeling of preju
dice against a weak, patient, and uncomplaining
class of oar fellow-dtlieaa by this appeal to a
prejudicial public sentiment. Therefore
Jteiolved, That, In view of the foregoing facts,
we advise the friends of equal suffrage to stay
away from the polls at said election, believing
that Us object la to foster a spirit of caste and
ferpetaate Injustice against a down-trodden bat
uyal portion of oar people, whose hearty patri
otism during the late war for the Cnlon was In
striking contrast with the hesitating lip loyalty
bnt secret or open treason of their oppressors In
Jitsolwt, That we respectfully ask Congress
to declare null and void all laws which make
disqualifications on account of the color of the
skin an artificial distinction which the colored
man did not choose for htmself.aed for which he
shoald not be held accountable by our city gov
ernment, or the people tbey claim to represent.
Uetolved, That as the object of government la
to ordain Jaattce.Congresa shoald snow a paternal
regard for nil the people of the District, and es
pecially should It protect the weak aad helpless
against the efforts of those who have heretofore
favored Inequality, if It would secure the smile
of Heaven and the favor of good men ( and we
call upon Congress to ordain J U4 1 fee In this, the
capital of a Free Republic.
orrosED to heoro bcftraoe.
Last evening a meeting of the citizens of
the Seventh ward, in opposition to negro
suffrage, was held at Island Hall. JoxabB
Ellis was called to the chair, and Wh.Yeat
mas was appointed secretary. Dr. Allen
and Mr. J wo. H. Sehmes were called on and
addressed the meeting in opposition to the
extension of the right of suffrage, and urgod
all to go to the polls on Thursday next
Resolutions were adopted In opposition to
the passage of the bill before Congress, and
commissioners were appointed to distribute
tickets on Thursday next.
Italian Ope raw
To-day, the sale of seats for single Operas
commences at the box office of Grover'e Theatre
The sale of seaeoo tickets haa been very large,
and a most fashionable and appreciative audi
ence has secured places for every representation
daring the brief stay of Mr drover's splendid
Opera Company la oar city Those who have a
predilection for any particular opera oa the list,
or whose engagements compel them to select any
particular nlght,can now seenre seats for uch
purposes The ever-popular "Trovatore" Is the
first ou the list On Tuesday nigtit "lone," on
Wednesday "Faust" or "II Follnto," (we trust
the former,) on Thursday "Fra Dlavoio," and
on Saturday "L'Afrlcalne" are to he given
This le a rich treat for Christmas week.
Toe rnEEDMEH'i Bureau and Miu
GRiFfiNO The Freedmen'i Bureau an
nounces that Mrs, JoaEfiUMii S GRirriifa
Is not connected with that office, and tho De
partment Is not responsible for the coJIoc
lions she is now making.
crmiUEt to luzitmtixi
Bill o' weather again to-day.
Job 0. niiVAx li back from Europe.
Ma, Colb, the new Senator from Califor
nia, ii a native of Lodl, New York.
St Lot ii has organised a vigilance com
mtttee to look after garroters.
Jobk Dixoi was frosen to death near Nor
folk, the other night.
Be9zixe explosion yesterday in New York;
J R. Crawford badly burned.
Judge Busteed, in Alabama, declares the
test oath constitutional.
Fred Docolaas accepts the mission to
Washington In behalf of the colored people.
The Sandusky, Dayton, and Cincinnati
railroad is to be sold at auction on January
5, to pay mortgages.
The Richmond IZcamwer reports that
Win passed through that city the other day,
on the way South. Reckon not.
Rap. Seumes, the Alabama pirate, Is re
ported at Montgomery, en route, under
guard, for Washington. '
Ttoublocs times in Thomasvllle, Ga.
The city marshal and others have been kill
From J. C. Parker, Fost Office News
Stand, we have the Atlantic Monthly and
Our Young rolls for January. Parker u
ways has these things promptly.
Wax ted by Congress an iron-clad den-
tist, to operate on Pennsylvania-Washing-
tonlan colorphoblats when they " show theft
teeth" to these people up on the Hill
Geberallt the letter E is used most fre
quently In writing the English language; bnt
the dialect of the Richmond Examiner Is
such, that In the ''cases" of that office the
larger boxes are appropriated to the letter K,
Honors lu the Iate Governor Corwln,
Testerday afternoon at three o'clock a meet
ing of Senators and Representatives, friends of
the late Hon. Thomas Corwln, waa held la the
retiring room of the Senate chamber Among
the distinguished persona present were Secretary
Seward, Chief Justice Chase, l'ost master General
Penal too, Senators Wade, Sherman, Johnson,
Davis; Hspretentatlvee Scbenek, Garfield, Hob
bell, Spaaldlng, Backlaad, Lawrence, Ghella
barger, Ashley, llayea, FUck, Clarke, and other
benatorsaud Representatives; Solicitor Jordan,
Mayor Wallaeh, and many others.
Chief Jastlce Chase waa called to the chair
Upon taking the cbalr he spoke of the many
positions Governor Corwln had honorably tilled,
his life being one of usefulness and honor,
lion It C Sehenck moved that a committee
or five be appointed to draft resolutions express
lve of the sense of the meeting
Hon R C Sehenck, Po it nutter General Den
nison. Hon John Sherman. Hon K F Snald
Ing, and lion It B. Hayes were appointed as
During thelrabseoce Hon. Reverdy Johnson, of
narjiana, Kikirowicu m mecung lie paid a
glowing iriDQie io me cnaracicr oi ton accessed
Hon Oerrett Davis of Kentucky, paid a feel'
Ing tribute to the memory of the deceased
Ihe committee to draft resolutions here re-
turuou, inu rrvi iru 1110 iuiluwiuk .
Ktfolrtd, That we have heard with deepest
sorrow or ine aeaia or i nomas uorwin, or unto,
a man whoe eminent ablllir aa a statesman. In
all the various positions of legislator. Governor
or nie state, uaoinet minister, and diplomatist,
whose surpassing eloquence, and whose great
services io ine uovernmeni ana people secured
tvi miu m ifiuiivi uiuiu turn nuvi. nvvuilj,
while his personal worth and character endeared
mm to au wno ever eojoyea uis society or mi
Rttoltvt, That from a sincere delre to show
every mark of respect due to his memory we will
attend his funeral obsequies by accompanying
his remains when removed for conveyance to hie
home, at such time as may be appointed.
Rttulwt, That a committee of five citizens be
appointed by the chairman to make suitable ar
ramements for the occasion
Rttolvtd, That a copy of these resolutions be
communicated by the chairman of this meeting
to the widow and family of the deceased, with
the expression to them of oar warmest sympathy
aad condolence with them la their groat bereave
lion Johu Sherman, of Ohio, rose to second
the resolutions, and after recapitulating the va
rlous o Bices Mr. Corwln had filled with so much
credit to htmelf and honor to bla country, re
marked that be was a man who had ever bsen
deeply loved When the deceased was a candi
date for Governor of Ohio the speakerVas a
vounir man. but he conld never foruet the kind
greeting he received from Mr Corwln when In
troduced to him, nor the tender solicitude with
which be watched over the death-bed of the
Deaker'e father It waa only the other ntffht
that a number of gentlemen assembled at Mr
Wet mo re's for an noar or social enjoyment sir.
Corwln waa of the number, and looked remark
ably well.aad,lu answer to a greeting, he re
plied In his pleasing characteristic way. "for
yonog men like us, life Is all before ua " Ho
one then believed that In a few brief moments
he would have gone hence And yet, If the
choice of tho manner of bis death had been left
to him. U Is doubtful whether be would have
chosen to die otherwise than as he did He was
snrronnded by devoted and admiring and ayrn-
Eat hi ting friends, and from the moment of his
sing stricken down to the moment of bis death
he was uaconcloua and suffered no pain Mr
Sherman concluded by paying an eloquent trib
ute to the talents and ability of the deceased, and
characterized blm as a man without fear and
without reproach, and one who left behind him
no blot upon hie name and fame.
Secretary Seward said be had not expected to
make any remarks upon this melancholy occa
sion, bnt aa others had spoken, and lest his al
ienee shoald be misconstrued Into an Indifference
on the part of himself, or of the great btate to
which he belonged, toward the character of the
distinguished deceased, he would bear his testi
mony to hla great merits , bat he did not dare to
trait himself to speak anything bach succeed
Ing year teaches him (Mr B ) the valaelessness
of human genius, eloquence, and wit Deeds and
acta were required, aud we should live for what
we can ao and eneci. ana not ior wnai we can
say He esteemed highly the great qualities of
love oi country ana love oi numanny. ana ne
who possessed these woald be most enduriog In
memory lluihe had seen the time when men
became ao lost to these Instincts as to raise their
bands against their country They had no friend
la Thomas Corwio, nor did the enemies of bis
country or the eoe tales of humanity ever have a
friend la blm They have their reward Love
of eountrv Is naramoout to all human Instincts,
aad after that is the love of humanity and of
man Thomas Corwin possessed this love of
country and oi man to a remaraauie degree.
The speaker did not know In what estimation
himself and those oreaeat woald be held when
they were gone, bathe desired that no worse
thing could be said of him than can be said of
Thomas Corwln If be bad ever erred In the
cause of humanity tt was because the Interests of
nil country engrossed ana uviaisavu mi men
tion; and If he bad ever erred la the cause of his
couotry.it was because the interests of humanity
appealed to his large and sympathetic heart.
The resolutions were unanimously adopted,
and James C Wetinore, General Durbln Ward,
Judge C 1 James, Wm blade, Esi , and Major
John Coon were appointed the committee con
templated by the resolutions, and the meeting
then adjourned , ,
The Committee of Arrangements met latt night
at the office of J C Wetmore. Lsq , Ohio State
Agent, and adopted the following programme for
the f jneral . .
Fuoeral to take place at 3$ o'clock, p m , to
day, at No 239 street Theorderof procession
will be as follows
Committee of Arrangements
Committee to attend the remains to Ohio
Pall Hearers In j?
'all Beaters In
Family and relatives of deceased
Ex-Governors and Ex-Lieutenant Governors of,
and Members of Congress from Ohio, as
Members of the Cabinet
Judges of the Supreme Court of the United States
ITnltail KiutUB Senators
Judges of the Supreme Court of the District of
Judges of the Court of Claims.
Members of the House of Representatives
The proceshlnn will move east on F street to
Fifth, south on Fifth street to Louisiana avenue,
east to New Jersey avenue to the Ualtlmore and
unto rauroaa aepoi
The cltlieaa of Ohio solooralng la WsibtDgtou
sre requeued to attead the faneral.
X.UVEE8 AT THE EXECUTIVE
We are authorised to announce that, In
view of the fact that the two houses of Con
gress are about to adjourn over the holidays,
and that tho work of renovating and re
furnishing the White House Is soon to com
mence, no public levees will be held by the
President until after the return of Con
gress, with the exception of New Year's day,
when the Executive Mansion will be thrown
open for the customary " calls " on that day
upon the Chief Magistrate and hli family.
NAPOLEON'S POLICY IN MEXICO.
There is good and substantial reason for
believing that Nap-oleo. having placed
Maxiuiliax upon the throne of the Em
pire of Mexico," so-called, will withdraw his
forces from the soil of Mexico, and leave the
Austrian youth to paddle his own canoe.'
To this end, probably, the French troops
hare been withdrawn from Chihuahua and
other States north, south, and west of the
city of Mexico, and concentrated preparatory
to a forward march to Vera Crui for e tab ar
THE DEATH OF Mil. CORWIX.
Action of the Treasury Department.
Upon the suggestion of the becretery of the
Treasury, the officers of the Department held a
meeting this morning, at which the Secretary
presided. The following resolutions, proposed
by Mr. Joaniir, Solicitor of the Treasury, were
unanimously adopted i
Rttolvnl, That we have received with the
deepest sorrow the tidings of the death uf Thomae
Cornln As officers of a DepartmAt over which
he once presided, and a Government which he
long served, In various capacities, and with dis
tinguished ability, fidelity and enccesa, we pay
to hla memory the tribute of our profound re
spect, while aa Americana whose name be Il
lustrated by bla talents and hie virtues, aad ae
men, of whose rights he was ooe of the noblest
champions, we give to It a stilt profounder vener
ation But our aorrow Is not wholly unrelieved
The deceased lived to bee his beloved country
Issue from the terrible ordeal to which she had
been subjected, her freedom perfected, her power
consolidated, and her Union established upon an
Imperishable basis. He died peacefully, la the
midst of friends, full of years aad fall of honors,
and while we mourn his loss, we rejoice that
mankind and posterity will possess forever bis
KtMotvedt That wo tender to the family of the
deceased our heartfelt sympathies la their great
Reaolved, That ont of respect to the memory of
Mr Corwln, and to enable the officers and em
ployees of the Department to attend his fnneral,
the Secretary of the Treasury be lequeated to
close the Department at half-pas two o'clock this
Reeolved, That the chairman be reqnested to
transmit a copy of these resolutions to the fam
ily of the deceased.
The acting secretary has issued the following
Wisbixutos, Dee. SO, 1663. )
By direction of tho Secretary, tho Department
will be closed at 2 o'clock this afternoon, aa a
tribute to the memory of Hon Tnovia Coams,
former Secretary of the Treasury, aad la order
to allow officers and clerks of the Department an
opportunity to attend thefnneral ser? Ices, which
take place at the residence of J E. Wbtxobx, Ho.
SjO F street, at 3 o'clock this evening.
Wm. a CiUNDL,Aaa't Secretary.
All the Departments were closed to-day at two-and-a-half
o'clock, to enable Government of3
clils to attend the funeral.
Philadelphia, Dec. 20 lion. George
Brown has resigned his seat in the Cabinet
owing to a grave difference of opinion on
Important publlo questions. Tho particu
lars have not transpired.
Nor has It transpired who the "honorable
George Brown" is, or whose "Cabinet" he
belongs to Ed. Republican.
STILL MORE STARTLING NEWS
"Correspondence of the Baltimore Sao
"Washikqto5, Deo. 19, 188.1.
"TheREPUBLiCAifbreaksground this even
ing against General Grant. It has also, by
indirection In the nature of special pleading,
done se to the Administration.
If this is "Alpha's" beginning, he had
better "set his house in order" to meet his
Judge Robertson, of the Supreme Court
of Kentacky, aad Major General BiLitAr arrived
in town this morning
Hon. Charles V Citlveii, of Pennsyl
vanla, and Thomas McElrath, Esq , of New York,
arrived at the Ebbltt House this morning.
The Macon Telegraph, of the 12th, says
'Major General bteedman, U. S. A., leaves the
department of Georgia, we learn, with a view to
return to civil pursuits. Major General Willson
left this city on Sunday night, for Augusta, to
take command of the Department for a short
time He goes soon North on a leave of absence,
which, doubtless, will be particularly agreeable
to him Colonel A K T. Dawson success's Geo
eralWUlsoo la command of the District of Co
Iambus, till relieved by Colonel Adams, his
Lo, the Poor Indiana t
A lively debate upon the resolution passed by
the Senate for the relief of tho Indians lathe
far West took place In the House this afternoon
Mr Clabx, of Kansas, advocated strongly the
Immediate passage of the bill by the House,
painting lathe darkest colors the starvation and
wretchedness of the noble red men. It wsa
stated by members that there were some big
contracts for goods furnished, at exorbitant
prices, behind the bill, bat the Hoaie passed the
resolution by a small majority. It authorizes
the President to divert certain funds appropri
ated for other purposes to purchase supplies of
food aad clothing for destitute Indians,
Restoration ot Confiscated Lauds.
Ou motion of Mr. Stivxms a resolution was
passed directing the Superintendent of the
Freedmen'a Bureau to Inform the House whether
any lands confiscated from rebels had been re
stored to their owner and freedmen driven off
such lands, and by whose authority such resto
ration has been committed Mr Jounsox, of
Pennsylvania, thought the Information should
come from the Secretary of War, but Mr. 6tb
VEHidld not see It, and tho resolution waa passed
la Us original form
Mr. Sumner on Reconstruction.
Mr, StTMHEn obtained the floor of the Sen
ate this afternoon, and made an elaborate speech
on the general question of the reconstruction of
the rebel Btatee, In which be took radical
ground, advocating the bills Introduced by blm
in reference to suffrage and the cousty, with his
nsual force, and using but little whitewash
A series of resolutions cat Hog for the trial and
punishment of Jurr Davis and other leading
traitors, very rhetorical In form, was ofiered to
the House to-day by Mr Lawblmie, of Ohio,
and will be printed
Mr Hale, of New York, to day announced
in the House the death of his colleague, Hon
Oaiinoo KsiLooo.and pronounced aa eloquent
eulogy on the deceased
Intekhal Revenue KECEiFTH.The re
ceipts at the Internal Revenue Bureau re
orted to-day,jxmounts to $013,310.21.
Wxdsbsdat, December 20, 1885.
Mr. Wade presented the memorial of the
SocUty of Friends of Baltimore, aiklng that
something be done In behalf of the freed men
of the South, Referred to the Special Com
mittee on Freedmen.
The bill for the payment of $25,000 to the
widow of the late President Lincoln was
Mr. Morrill, from the Committee on the
District of Columbia, reported the bill to
regulate the eleotlre franchise In the District,
by removing distinction of color at a qualifi
cation for its exercise.
Mr. Sumner hoped U would be acted on
very eoon. The country demanded It.
Mr. Davis called Mr. Sumner to order,
making the point of order that the bill was
not before the Senate for discussion.
Mr, Anthony reported, from thrfCommlttce
on Printing, a resolution for the printing of
3,000 copies of the eulogies delivered on the
late Senator Coll am er. Passed.
Mr. Cresswell called up the House resolu
tion providing for a recess, and moved that
the Senate recede from Its amendment.
The Senate refused to recede, and a com
mittee of conference was agreed to.
Mr. Wilson called up the Senate bill to
maintain the freedom of the inhabltantl of
States lately In rebellion.
Mr. Sumner addressed the Senate in favor
He said that when he thought of what
occurred In this Chamber yesterday, In at
tempting to whitewash the unhappy condi
tion of the rebel States, he felt that he ought
to speak of nothing else to-day. He pro
ceeded to speak of the right of Congress to
fiats the bill, and read a number of letters
rom tho South, private and public, to show
that the spirit of rebellion still existed there,
and that the rights of freedmen were belnc
disregarded In all the Southern States.
Mr. Cowan, of Pennsylvania, was replying
to Mr. Sumner when our report closed.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
Mr. BroomalL of Pennsylvania, submitted
a resolution, which was referred to the Com
mittee on Reconstruction, congratulating
the country on the adoption of the antl-sla-enr
amendment to the Constitution of the
Mr. Broom all also sought to introduce a
resolution declaratory as to what shall be
done with the States lately In rebellion, but
objoctlon was made.
Mr. Morrill, from the Committee of Ways
and Means, reported a bill authorising the
Secretary of the Treasury to appoint Assist
ant Assessors of the Internal Revenue: which
Air. lianas, from toe uommittee on the
Rules, reported an amendment thereto, rec
ognizing, from the 4th of March last, there-
porters of toe official proceedings or the
House, a published In the Globe, as officers
of the House; and their appointment and re
moval shall be held subject to the Speaker
of the House.
A debate took place upon this subject.
On motion of Mr. Hale, the subject was
sent to the Committee on the Judiciary, to in
quire whether any contract exists between
the House and the publishers of thtGlole.
Mr. Stevens Introduced a bill to pay pen
sions and damages to Union property by
rebels out of the proceeds of confiscated
property; and it was referred to the Commit
tee of the Whole on the state of the Union.
Mr Lawrence, of Ohio, offered a series of
resolutions, to theO0ect that Jefferson Davis,
the representative man of tho rebellion,
should be tried and punished; and also those
who starved Union prisoners, etc, and in
structing the Committee on the Judiciary to
Inquire whether any amendment of the laws
ts necessary to further such trials. On his
motion the resolutions were laid on the table
and ordered to be printed.
Mr, Stevens presented the petition of
Judco Warmoth. claiming to haro been
elected a delegate from the Territory of
Louisiana; wnicn waa referred to tne com
mittee on reconstruction.
New York Stock List.
By Telegraph to Lewie Johnson A Co J
Niw Yoax. Dec. 20 2 J r x
TJ. 8 1681 Coupon ' 107
iso. ao o-jsu s. , , iu-'Tit
Do o'elO-40'eContons 922
Certificates of Indebtedness 87)2
Canton Company 43' C
Cumberland Coal Co Preferred ... XA
Qalcksllrer Mining Co 42
new iorx uentrat luuroau vayk
Erie Railway 0V2
Hudson Itlver Kallroad 10S-M
Heading Kail road W
Mich. bo. and N. Indiana Kallroad 7oU
Cleveland & Pittsburgh Hall road 87f
Chicago tiK, Western Kallroad 362
" " ' preferred.. fll?I
Cleveland & Toledo Railroad USl
Chicago and It Island Railroad 1071?
Pitts. Ft Wayne. & Chlcairo Railroad ... .10312
Gold, (2.5 p.m)
The President' Sleaaage and General
On the first page of to-day's Republican
will be found the President's special message
and the accompanying report of Lieut. Gen.
Grant, also a report of the debate which
took place thereon In the Senate.
The House "Smiles."
The Uonse smiled to-day when Mr. Ste
vens, of Pennsylvania, presented the cre
dentials of Mr. WAniiOTn, delegate from the
"Territory of Louisiana," backed by nine,
teen thousand votes, and moved its reference
to the committee of fifteen.
Tue handsome, jaunty "gal In red," who
Is employed by M. Wllltan to stand in his
window during the holidays and Ulnstratehis
fashions, has attracted an lmmenso crowd of
female spectators to day. She paints.
The London Timet, In announcing an offl
clol Investigation into tho affairs of Jamaica,
says that It Is due to Governor Kyre, no less
than to publlo opinion in England, that a full
and searching Inquiry should be made into
the history of the Jamaica rebellion, and we
learn with tho utmost satisfaction that such
an inquiry Is to be instituted forthwith.
Two NEaito men, John Walker and Robt.
McKay, convicted of larceny by the New
Hanover County Court, N C, were sen
tenced to be sold Into servitude for a period
not exeeedlng fire years. They were sen
tenced agreeably to the laws of the State in
relation to slaves, as before the war. Freed
men'i Bureau please N. D.
Don't Like the Look orTniNoa. A gen
tleman, resident of a city not a thousand
miles from Ptew ior, naa tne exuberant
fortune of five successive wives. He had
buried them, one after another, as death
made Its demands upon them, and three or
four of them happened to be in different
places, at quite a distance from each other.
Two or three of them were In different towns.
To reooucile his sense of saoredness with his
senso of order and numerical unity, he
started one day on a tour of collection to
bury them all in one place.
lie mounted the wagon himself, and droro
around till he had got them all together In
one load, and then, as fate would have it, was
obliged to drive by the house where the lady
of bis present addresses, to whom he had of
fered himself, was sitting at the open win
dow. Seeing her sitting there, he bowed to
her, as any gentleman would, a he drove by
with bis precious load of five coffins with
their contents It was too much for th
lady, she declared she never would have him,
and has to this day kept her word.
rim TlrTTtrrtTM- TitTWliE JuDQl Otlft
aed lit. Biamst. This xoorulnf.tn the Clrnll
Court, after the conclusion of the Wylle aad
Srowa ease, Judge Olln said 1 . .
'Mr Brailer. I will now attead to that matter
the rule served upon yon to show cause, ' '
jar. uraaiey i win reaa my answer, .
prefer to read It myeelf ae my handwriting may
not be. very plain.
The Jodge replied that ht would hear It, and
Mr. Bradley then read the following answer to
the rule t ... .
To ths Honorable the supreme wvrt v ine me
trtct of Columbia!
I Un MffM with a rale to show eauae
why I shall not be punished as for a contempt of
court for language used to the Court charging
that the presiding lodge was a liar, and I moat
respectfully proceed to respond to what I under
stand to be the substance or that rule.
On Thursday last a controversy arose in court
between the presiding Judge and myself out of
what I thought was aa Interference by him with
my rights aad duties ae counsel in summing up
tathalflfv lh case then rwodlnff. The dlscea
sloa was heated and excited, and I may not rec
ollect the precise language I used, or the pre
cise order aud succession of the Incidents 1 am
not coasslous of havlng.ln the coarse of that dis
cussion, used a word or expression Imparting a
qoeetloo of the perfect Integrity, verncity.or Im
partiality oi ine presiding juag-v, DU . i--ttihfetr
aa not knowlnfflv or intentionally
offer to blm any Insult or Indignity. If my man
ner, which was greatly excited, In asserting
what I believed toe my rights, or If any lan
guage 1 used was. or could be, construed ae Im
parting either an Indignity or Insult to the Court
aa throwing any Imputation upon, or shadow or
impeaehmsnt of, the Integrity or Impartiality of
the presiding Judge, I deeply regret It, disavow
any inch Intention, and retract It.
That controversy was closed by the Jndge ad
dressing to me. In a manner calculated most
deeply to wound my honor and my sensibility,
th wnHit " Ton have stated What VOU ktlOlO
to be untrue, I Instantly replied i You are a
liar." It was ao II a wow naa oeen aimvu i
me, which I returned.
Thla Is the offence, and tne only Offence, given
meant or Intended to be Riven by me. aad for
which, ae I understand, I am1 called to answer.
Vat BMrW forty veara I have been a member
of the bar of this District, during which time I
have ever endeavored to cultivate meimniaei
respect and good will between the bench and bar
which la conducive to the ends of Jastlce. I coa
flflnttv irnfil tt tfca members of this Court to
con firm this since they entered upon their office.
If, at times, la the heat of forensic discussion, I
have departed from thla rule, I have always felt
deep mortification and regret, and have been
prompt to atone and apologize for It.
In this Instance I am conscious that I have of
fended against the dignity of a court of Jastlce,
the decorum fitting such a place, and the severe
majesty of the law. For this I desire In this
proceeding to record my apology, my sincere re
gret, and a retraction oi anything offensive to the
court, which may have fallen from me In the
heat of discussion. But I cauaot admit beyond
this, that I am la anywise censurable for retort
ing aa imputation on my veracity, made for the
first time, 1 believe, In a life of more thao three
score years. Jos II RaaDLir.
Sworn before me, In open court December 10,
ISM It. J Msius.Clerk.
Judge Olln said I suppose It Is my province to be
the sole Judge or what occurred In my own pres
ence and directed towards my own person while
presiding aa the J udge, and 1 now direcf the clerk
to read thla statement which I have found In one
or the papers, which, aa I have revised It, la a
correct statement of the case.
Mr Dradley aald : Derore reading it, i aesire to
state that I know I waa under great excitement,
yet I wonld not write out the Incidents of that
scene. I have purposely avoided giving any
statement. Will your honor allow me, alter the
statement la read, to state the facta as recollected
jaage una rcpuau iu u hvuiu.
ine statement was tueo re ui r. viiub.
after which Mr. Dradley aald: I have abstained
from giving any statement for the papers, be
cause I thought It waa doe to myself and the
Conrt that no publlcatloo should be made I
Wilt now state, who your uonora pcriaiaaiou,
what I think to be the fads. Hot If your Honor
will allow me I will read a statement of the facts
as written by some gentlemen who were present.
Judge Olio. You are at liberty to make any
statement of the facts as recollected by yourself,
but I do not propose to investigate mis cao ty
witnmMi wbo stood bv. Too have the fullest
latitude, Mr. Bradley, Io making any atatement.
Mr Bradley. What I atate will be ae If I was
Judge OIlu. I believe so, air
Mr Bradley then stated the facts ae recollected
Judge Olln said: "Tour statemeot here la
court I regard as much as If you were under
Mr. Bradley. Since I have been at tho bar I
have endeavored to make the Intercourse be
tween the bench and bar pacific and peaceable
Judge Olln. I have endeavored throughout to
regard this matter not aa an Insult to myeelf, and
have tried to give time to subdue all feelings of
resentment, that I might decide the case with
calmness I will now take these papers, and
dispose or tne case to-morrow morning.
ABSCoxnuta Family. Information was
lodged at tho Chief of Police station yester
day by a man named John Johoeon, from Wash
ington, District of Columbia, who Is stopping at
the Spottswood Hotel, that, on the 25th of laat
November, hla wife, Ann Johnson, alias Ann
Wheeler, and his two daughters, named Delphlne
Lord and Emma Johnson, aged respectively
seventeen and a half and fonrteen years, left
Washington In company with one William Lord,
takng with tbem hla (Johnson's) feather beds,
bedding, a large lot of dry goods, clothing, 1,400
in greenbacks, and furniture generally. All this
was done without Johnson's knowledge, and
since then nothing baa been beard from any of
the party. The police have a fall description,
and will take every step to ferret tho parties out.
Overcoat Recovehed. Yesterday morn
ing Detectives Clarvoe aod McDevltt arrested
George Garner on a charge of stealing cloth
Inir and other articles from the National Hotel.
He waa taken to police headquarters, and the
overcoat which he had on waa Identified aa a
coat stolen from the bouse of Secretary Welles
aeveral days ago. Mr. Edgar T. Welles, eon of
the Secretary, waa sent for and Immediately
Identified the coat. He had a bearing before Su
perintendent Richards last night, and waa com
mitted to Jail for court. Garner halls from
Police Cases Wm. Frawley was arrest
ed yesterday morning by Officer James, of the
Tenth precinct, for keeping hla place or business
open on Sunday Justice Bos well fined him
Leroy Parker waa arrested by Officer Melson,
for selling liquor with no license. Jastlce Bos
well fined blm 20 90.
Barry Woods was arrested yesterday by
Roundsman Kelly, of the Seventh precinct, for
selling lienor to soldiers. Justice Walter fined
Usited States Supreme Court
Wbdnssoat, Deo. 20.
The following were admitted attorneys and
councilors tn thla Courtt
On motion of Mr. Etansberry, Gilbert E. Win
tera, Ei , of Ohio
Ufl motion oi lion, i-aicu vusmug, aiuca
Emott, Esq , of New York.
On motion of Hon. Horace Mavnard. Edmund
Cooper, Esq , of Tennessee.
i0 4. tarn uniieu oiaies, jjjoiiih, v. iub
steamboat Mohawk. Argument continued by
Mr. Asbton, Assistant United States Attorney
General, for the appellants, and by Mr, Moore
ror the appellees, aad concluded by Mr. Asbton
ror the apieltants.
no 4V win i am uoyce w u , 'iwiAt, -v.
John Hadley tt. al. Argument commenced.
Circuit CocnT JWam 0m This morn
ing the case of Emily F. Wylle against Marshall
Brown was resumed, and after some forthir
argument by the council for the plaintiff and de
fendant, Judge Olln delivered his charge to the
Jury, and at half pait 11 o'clock the caae was
submitted to them, when tbey retired to their
room The court gave orders that tbey might
seal their verdict aad return It to the court to
V ntoA IK mnil nf nitr tnafle to the PUb
Hcatlon of tho President's message, which, to
us, appears to be the most able and temper
ate State paper that has emanated from the
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wnuaiiouio ior ot.-.i j-i. . --- -
tl...-..-h .nil .nm.rv-.tlv.. ltf proposition.
birply d.-lneJi It, retjonlnn mlnly cor
reot. No one. how.Y.r obtmo, oan fill to
dUco-er veneration for tne uonimuuon
Mining through iti every nmiacatloo.
Upon that aoguH Initrument the Preiident
Bi., hi, faith and dratr, hi, lniplratlon.
Through It he make, a revelation of national
llTe, and summon, all to worship at the same
.hrlne the tabernacle of true republican
principle Torutboro' (Ttiiu ) Union Flag.
Till Orand Division of the Rons of Tem
perance of Virginia are to meet In lUchmond
on the 17th of January.
- TO TBI
Damage to Steamboats by lee at SU
6f. Louis, Deo. 1 The steamer Roanoke
It sunk near Commerce, and Is a total loss.
6ha is valued at $25,000. About a dozen
Doau are agrouou or eaugni in toe ice be
tween here and Cairo, and much apprehen
sion is felt for their safety. The weather Is
oold. No new movement in the Ice has taken
place. Foot passengers cross over all day.
and the malls are carried over by land. The
steamer Commodore Farrand, laden with
cotton, sunk In the Alabama river on
the 14th Inst. The boat and cargo are a
Fire In si Publlo Institution.
Manchester, N. JL, Dee. 20 This morn
ing a fire broke out In the New Hampshire
House of Reformation, two miles from this
city, which destroyed all but the brick walls.
The inmates, 120 in number, were all res
cued, although the most of them were asleep
when the fire commenced, and the flames
spread rapidly under a high wind. The In
mates, with the exception of eight or ten,
made their escape.
New York, Deo. 20 Havana advices to
the 16th instant have been received.
L'Abavn Brothers' store and warehouse,
filled with kerosene, pitch, turpentine, Ae ,
in Maratanxas, were destroyed by fire. In
sured for $60,000
Gonial as, who was arrested in Havana as
being an accomplice In the Otero murder,has
Sugar dull. Molasses firm. American
gold 4a4J per cent, premium.
From Fort res a Monroe.
Fortress Monroe, December 20. The
"ebooner John Walker, from Georgetown for
New York, with a cargo of eoal, was run
Into last night off Back river, and towed
on to Hampton Bar, where she filled. The
steamships St. Louis and General Sedgwick
have sailed for New York.
Baltimore, Deo. 20. Flour inactive;
common heavy. Wheatrcarce: prime heavy.
Corn dull and 3 cents lower; yellow rm.
seeas steaay. uats quiet, uonee lyo
active at 18Ja20j. Provisions very dull and
unsettled, Whisky heavy at $2.31.
New York, Dec. 20. Cotton firm at SOa
Ho. Flour heavy. Wheat quiet. Corn dull.
Beef steady. Pork heavy. Lard dull.
XT-Notice. A. Social Reunion Meet
lng will be held in the Unitarian Church, corner
of D and Sixth streets, this (WEDNESDAY) eve
ning, at 7i o'clock ; end all friends or Liberal
Christianity are cordially Invited to be present.
AT IIou. Geo. S Doutivell and Hon.
John 7. Faibswoth will address the National
Equal Suffrage Association, la the Unitarian,
church, corner Sixth aud D streets, on THURS
DAY, the 2Ut Instant, at 7 o'clock p m
jle30-2t J. W. HA8BROUK,Bec'y.
- An Adjourned Meeting of the
Worklngmen's Convention will be held at the
City Hall, (Council Chamber.) oa WEDNESDAY
EVENING NEXT, December 20, at 8 o'clock.
del9-2t By order of the PRESIDENT.
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weeks, by a very simple remedy, after having
suffered several years with a severe lung affec
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To all who desire It, he will send a copy of
the prescription used, (free of charge,) with the
directions for preparing and using the same,
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The only object of the advertiser la sending the
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General Ordert, Fo. 70.
Olllesrs of the Navy not residing wlthla the
limits of the District of Columbia ars prohibited
from coming within the earns, unless uudsr per
mission or authority of the Department.
The oOelsl residence of an oOlcsr Is within the -State
of which he Is a cltlien.
(Slcned) QIDEON WELLAB,
II Secretary of the Navy, .