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DECEMBER 22, 1865
TO HEM DEItS OP COSTGRUSS.
Senators and Representatives can hare the
Daily National Republicax delivered reg.
olarly and promptly at their residences, im
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TUB WBKICkYV IlEPtTUiaCAlV,
For the week ending December 22. ii now
read. It ii an exceedingly Interesting nam
ber, and jait the paper to rend to friend In
the State. It contain
.felon age of Preiident Jonniox on the sup-
f the rebellion,
mast's report of hU tour through
Tho speeche of Oon N P Bayks and
John L Swift. Eeq , before the Equal Suf
The speech of Speaker Colfax at the ban
quot given him In Baltimore
Tbe sermon of Rer B. II Nadal, D D ,
on Thanksgiving Day, at Wesley Chapel, on
the state of the nation,
Resolutions and speeches on the death of
Hon Thomas Cor win,
Editorials "Tho Bill to Rot Wo the Grade
of Oeneral In the army of the United State,
"Representatives from the Rebel State,
Proceedings In Congress, the late dreadful
accident at the Arsenal, news from all parts
of the country; poetry, personal, miscellany,
Siholk Con is, fire cents, to be obtained
at the counter, In wrappers ready for mail
ALABAMA G ICO KG I A.
These States hare the honor of being the
first among thoae lately In rebellion to receive
recognition by tbe Executive Department of
the country as having returned to their alle-
glance to the Government. So far a the Chief
Magistrate has tbe power to effect It, they
retake their poiltlon In the Union of States
It Is a matter of too grave importance to be
passed bj unnoticed. If this is the com
mencement of the great work of restoration,
and Is compatible with the condition of af
fairs, and In accordance with the national
welfare, It should be the canae of unmlngled
Joy ana unit trial satisfaction. No patriotic
citlten can entertain any other feeling but
anxiety for the establishment of order, peace
and unity throughout the whole republic.
This is not altogether accomplished by the
mere exercise of Federal authority, but can
only be complete when the States heretofore
Insurgent, besides aubinlttlng to tho power
of the Government, acquiesce In Its princi
ples and polio j.
Tbe solicitude of the President In bringing
about tms desirable result is well known,
and has been shared by the entire population
of the country. The precedence given to
Alabama and Georgia is due to their com
mendable course In comply log with alacrity
to the requirement! of the announced con
ditions for restoration Both have ratified
tbe constitutional amendment, therebj glv
log their highest sanction to the unalterable
extinction of human slavery In this nation.
Both have In an emphatic manner repudi
ated all debts incurred In aid of tbe rebel
Hon, and bare humanely and wiselj per
mitted the freed me a to protect his rights by
quality tn courts of Justice Having per
formed these praiseworthy acts, the Preal
dent has retired his provisional appointees,
and placed the administration of State af
fair In the bands of tboio who by the ex
pressed will of the people have been selected
for that purpose This action of the Precl
dent Is not the Initiation of a new, but the
conclusion of a pre-establlihed programme
It oomes as a matter of consequence, not as
a provocation of controversy Whether
Congress shall consider these States now In
possession of their local government, and in
management of their municipal concern, a
In condition to participate In national legls
Utloa and share the tremendous political
power of tho country, Is for Its members to
EQUAL 8UPFIIAGE-SPKKCHK1 BY
HON. GKOnOIXB.DOTJTWRrX AMD
The large audience assembled In tbe Unl
tarlan church last eTentag enjoyed a rich
treat In the speeches made ufi" the oocaitlon
under the auspices of the Nstlonut FqtiAl
Suffrage Association of this city The ad
dres of Mr. Boctwell, which we print rsr
bntim on the first page to-day will be found
an Irrefraglble argument In favor of equal
suffrage. It was llitened to with profound
attention, and will be widely perused as one
the moat masterly productions that has yet
appeared on this theme.
The speech of Hon Jon F, Faayiwortii,
of Illinois, who followed Mr Bout well, was
an admirable one The chairman of the
meeting, Mr Kslset, In Introducing Mr.
FARxswonTn, said that In the year 1B45 he
recollected, while acting as secretary of a
meeting in Illinois, tbe result or wo ten wan
the nomination of Owes Lovejot to Con
gress, when a young lawyer arose In the gal
lories and gave In his adhesion to the antl
slavery cause, and afterwards was sent to
Congress, and afterwards fought the rebellion
as a Colonel, was promoted to a General, and
Is again In Congress This lawyer was Mr.
Fakxswortb, who came forward and made a
speech, In whtoh he dealt out volleys ol sar-
casm upon the prejudloe which would deny
cltlteus of their political rights because of
In reference to the "election1 held yes
terday upon the suffrage question, he looked
upon It as a begging of the whole question
for one part of the people to assemble and
rote whether another part of the people shall
bare tbe right to rote. When all the people
were Invited to Tote upon the question he
would assent to It. The election to-day was
a farce, and tho " people up there on the
Hill " would so consider It. He commented
on the fact that we now have to meet In op
position that party who In former years ad'
vocated the extension of suffrage, and pro
ceeded in a fine strain of ridicule to make
small the affect odt horror of pro slavery men
and women at the negro, now that he was
free, and their fear that If allowed to rote he
would be elevated to high official positions
Mr. Farnsworto said he did not doubt
that half those who voted against equal suf
frage In this city yesterday would vote to
restore Jerr Davis to his seat in tbe Son
ate, and he Instanced the case of a slave who
brought through his (Col FABnswoHTn'sj
lines on toe mickanomtny, too nrst iniorma
tion that McClkllaic received of the move
ment of Stonewall Jacksoi upon his right
at the beginning of the Seven Days Battles,
and the same negro was sent back through
the lines and rendered valuable service as a
spy The speaker said he would rather have
that negro In Congress than Jcrr Davis
Mr. Farhsworth'b speech was received
with frequent and hearty applause.
ANOTJIBH RUAXOIl ABOUT THIS
SECRETARY OP WAR,
Milks O'Keillt says In his last Citixtn
"The exhausted Secretarr of War is said
to be about asking President Johnson to
throw the reins over his neck, uogirth the
heay harness, and turn him out to grate."
We do not understand that the Secretary
has propounded any such dangerous question
to President Jounsoi. On the contrary, the
Secretary Is temporarily absent at the resi
dence of his mother. In Ohio, recuperating
on Christmas turkey and plum pudding, and
preparing himself for the eulogy upon Abha
The Pbairie Chic cess are very fat and
tender his year Wo judtfofrom a ample bar
rrlfal Mat to Colonel Drxir, saporiDtondeat of
Adam St Co 'a rxpresa offlci lo Worbloirtoa, by
Col A LLEX PlHKIRT TfaO CoIODOl ha boOB OD
a hooliDK: excursion Id Illinois, and wa kind
oaouih tn Impart a portion of bit spoilt to bis
frond bt-r , and after partaking of the J alcy fel
Iowa tbo ..cat I meat la, "Long maybe iboot '
ol 1'iMXiftTOK, wbo rendered dUtlofuir-bed eer
vicfidorlntf tbe war la the secret service do
partmont, baa commenced the practice of law la
Oonilnaed from our Beport of Yesterday
Mr Lane, of Indiana, offered a resolution,
which was adopted, Instructing tho Commit
tee on Post Offices and Post Roods to inquire
into the expediency of abolishing the frank
ing privilege, except upon written communi
cations Mr. Stewart called up the Senate bill to
secure the freedom of tbe inhabitants of
Mate lately in rebellion, and proceed to
controvert the position taken by Mr Sumner
yesterday respecting the condition of the
boutnern btates lie denied the right of
LODgress 10 Doia toe boutnern btatjs as con
quered provinces, or to force ttuatTto adopt
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
Mr. Conkliog offered a resolution, which
lies over, that the President be requested to
rurnlsb, u not incompatible with the public
Interests, any report or reports made bv the
Judge Advocate General, or any other officer
oi mis uovernment, as to tbo ground, facts,
and accusations by which Jefferson Davis.
Clay, Mnllory. and Yulee, are, or either of
tbe in, nelil in confinement
On motion of Mr Phelps. It was resolved
that tbe Secretary of tbe Treasury be di
rected to report for the Information of the
House what amount bas been expended for
the Naval Academy from Its foundation to
tne present time.
The House went Into committee on the
President's annual message, when
ur nncK, or unto, made a spoccn.
The Presldent'e Special Message.
MTbe differences between tho Preildsnt
and Congress are more seeming than real
Mr Johnson, as the Chief Executive officer
of the Government, simply defines its alms
and policy, leaving to the future a determi
nation whether those shall be accomplished
with or without definite and special legisla
tion At the same time, he has thus far not
only refrained from interference with the
prerogatives of Congress, but has taken
special pains to call attention to Its powers
In the premises
"A few hot headed and Impulsive renro.
tentative choose to nrlitake this conserva
tive position, and assume that It evidences
undue anxiety to propitiate the South. But
tbe majority thus far fall to see anything In
tbe President's career which Is inconsistent
with his repeatedly declared Wewa, or with
tbe platform of the party that elected him
We say this without assuming or believing
tbatastnele insurgent State has vet thor
oughly purged Itself of treason
' ir executive recognition perfected tbe
rehabilitation of Alabama or Georgia, we
should regard It as a grave mistake, tree pan
Ing olusely upon the borders of a crime We
hold that this Is not so, and mort, that the
President has repeatedly and emphatically
declared that he dors not regard his action a
closure of tbe question It is only a step to-
-ru a result wnicn an good citizens long to
see hastened AI&any Hitmng Journal
Tub Baltimore police have arrosted tha
goats running-at large In that city and sold
them at auction They brought two dollars
"TUB GAsV IN RRD.h IN WUXIAN'S
' WINDOW. 4
M lira O'Reilly in Ior rrUh Her. 'i
f oaw her ! tbe window, N
'8ho vm falreal Of the fair,
1 thought It wer ti Mn t
KoH)l down before Iter therel
Hr dress was brlpt te-t, faltt,
That o'er by sons w too ad j
And ber fan tt was (he coolest
That e'er abed fragrance roaed!
She turned around bat slowly,
With a cold, unfeeling grace,
Although a hundred lowly
Adored ber radiant face ;
Her hair wan desk a tbe wloglets
By the tavea'e brood unfurled,
And pearl were mixed la tho ringlets
Above her bright brow curled .
There were brilliant toy around bar,
Of velvet and of silk
An fair as tfcove whtrh boend ber
White nhoulden blu a milk I
Her eye- were bright, but rayleM,
They lacked tbo vital spark,
And lovely could I say lew f
The mind the aoul was dark!
' 'Oh, lovelleit of the goatlo
'Behold mot I have bent all
My paaaloas to thy feet I
Grant, and the boon entrances
Yoarpoet, bard and slave.
One of the kindly glances
For which all lovers era vet"
Thai wrapt la myetie wonder
I otood before tho shrine.
When a voice Ilk tammer thunder
Dlitarbed this dream of mine ;
It rrled M t am atontbd
That to gain her trails you strive
Henceforward bo adtnonUhed
That thing tt not alt r
" Oh, creature of wax and leather.
Of patlloa, and wheels, and bran,
Changeless Inching of weather
It was tan my answer ran
"No blame to yoo, not being human,
For your eyes of unpltylng blue;
llot I've knelt to a acore of live women,
Brainlesa, lovely, and hearties a you I"
SUNDRIES TO SUNDRIES.
To conRERPOfDEiTSHold' Enough'
TniRTT-me non-readers of the National
Republic as roted yesterday
An hourly train Is soon to be established
between WashUgton and Alexandria.
Earl Russell, the new English Premier
according to the London Star, latest dates,
was seriously III
The gale of Wednesday night rocked the
steeples at Buffalo, crumbling capstones and
breaking windows Chimneys were also
blown down, and a barge got adrift.
Tnc trouble between the Pacific and Cen
tral routes has been settled, and trains from
Kolsom to Lincoln will soon run The laying
of the track from Lincoln to Marysrille will
Immediately be resumed.
Of the 19th a Ore, supposed to hare been
set by an Incendiary, destroyed a warehouse
full of coram israry stores at Camp Douglas,
Utah, by which Uncle Sam loses over one
million of dollars
Toe little horse Dexter has won for his
owner during the last season $20,000 by hi
speed In trotting, and Hi. Woodruff's dex
terity tn driving He won seven races, lost
one, and received one forfeit.
Tux King of Prussia has fnupd a second
class of the Order of LouisaltWo conferred
on women or young girls who may have dis
tinguished tbemaelves by their attention to
the sick, or by striking acts of humanity In
time of war.
Tor Virginia Legislature has adjourned to
the 3d of January. At a special election
yesterday, Thomas J. Evans was elected to
the House of Delegates, and N. A. Sturdl
rant was elected Commonwealth's Attorney.
At tbe annual meeting of the Burns' Club
of Baltimore, held on Tuesday evening last,
the following persons were chosen officers for
the ensuing year John Boyd, president,
Wm McClymont,first vice president; L J
Drummond, second do , Wm L Brown,
treasurer, Jos Cairns, secretary, Messrs
S. Tceley, J. L. Bexick, L. Farquharson, W.
Bowman, Donald Paisley, and John Beyer
edge were chosen managers
Catt G R Walbrioqi:, military super
intendent of the Old Capitol Prison, returned
to Was hington yesterday. He conveyed the
prisoners, Winder, Duncan and Geo, to the
respective points to which they had been
ordered. Winder was taken to Richmond
and turned over to Gen Terry, Gee was left
at Raleigh In charge of Gen Roger, and
Duncan was conveyed to Savannah and
placed In the custody of Gen Steadman.
They are to be tried by a military commis
sion. In his selection of the new committee on
mines and mining, Mr Speaker Colfax sought
a representation of the gold mines of Cali
fornia and Oregon, the silver mines of Ne
vada, tbe lead mines of Wisconsin and Iowa,
the copper mines of Michigan, the iron and
coal mines of Pennsylvania, and the Iron
mountain mine of Missouri. If there were
such a thing as a brass mine, It would
hardly have been possible to find a represen
tative for it In Congress.
The President of the Canadian Council,
Hon. George Brown, ha resigned, a step
which a Toronto dispatch says has some con
nectlon with the reciprocity treaty, and in
order to give force to this hint the Toronto
correspondent adds that, " As Mr. Brown
took office to effect the confederation of the
British provinces, his fate loaves that ques
tion In a very critical position, and the An
nexationists are consequently Jubilant."
The Georgia Legislature has passed a bill
allowing negroes to testify In civil cases where
colored persons are the defendants, and In
criminal cases where the offence is against
the person or property of the freed oaan.
Freed men are also allowed to file affidavits
like white folks. The House fixed the first
Monday of May and November for commenc
ing sessions of the Supreme Court. N C.
Barnwell was elected Secretaryof State, j
A. Burns Comptroller, and Gen John Jones
State Treasurer. The Legislature reaolved
that Georgia had been treated magnani
mously by the President, and adjourned to
the 15th of January
Toe Senate, In Executive session, yester
day, confirmed the nomination of Edwin
Marsh, of Washington Territory, to be
Register of the Land Offico at Olympln, vice
Denney, elected a delegate to Congress,
Peter Edward Van Olystyno to be Collector
of Internal Revenue for the Twelfth Collec
tion District of New York, nnd Cbas Dur
kce, of Wisconsin, to be Governor of the
Territory of Utah, vico James D. Doty, deceased
- iLi I It "
THE NEW UOVERNMENT OP
San on Garcia, the Peruvian Minister to
this Government, has been recalled by Preii
dent Canceco. Oarcia's recent manifesto
favoring Pa set as against Camcico ho un
doubtedly produced that recall. Paiet
manifested subserviency to Spain, and con
eluded the treaty between hlmaelf and Queen
Isabella which proved so obnoxious to the
Feruvtan people. 0 An cia's successor Is not
announced Mr. Tracit, Consul under
Paiet at New York, has also been dismissed
by President Cakceco, as well as all of his
diplomatic and consular agents tn Europe.
Tbe new Peruvian Cabinet has been s
lected by Cakceco from among the moat lib
eral and eminent statesmen of that country.
Senor June M. La Pcebta Is announced as
the new Minister of Foreign Affairs; Oeneral
Josr Balta, Minister of War; and I enor
Thomas. Vivero, Minister of Finance.
Since tbe above was In type a steamer has
arrived at New York from Panama bringing
the startling Intelligence of the overthrow of
President Cakceco which, of course, may
change the entire programme mentioned
above. A special correspondent, under date
of Panama, December 13, 1865, says.
We have news from Peru to Nor. 27 Gen.
Canceco, the principal In the late revolution,
who became Provisional President on tbe ex
pulsion of President Pexet, has been quietly
deposed, and Col. Prado, another leader tn
the revolution, made Dictator Canceco bad
appointed his Cabinet, and people generally
hod settled down Into the belief that he was
td have a lease of power until a regular elec
tion should take place, although a few of the
friends of the new rtgtmi were known to be
dissatisfied, and were evidently casting about
to see how a change could bo effected.
On the 20th, fourteen days after Canceco
with his force had entered Lima, placards
were seen on the walls calling a public meet
ing for consultation upon the state of tbe
country, and to exchange Ideas upon tbe
Spanish question Quite a crowd was gath
ered on the afternoon of that day on tbe
Cathedral Plata, and after considerable dis
cussion, General, formerly Colonel Prado,
was declaied Dictator amid enthusiastic
THE ALGONQUIN NOT ACCEPTED
BY THE GOVERNMENT.
A few days since the New York Evening
Pott published a "rumor," that "the
Navy Department has at length concluded to
accept the Algonquin,' and added that "Mr.
P. S Forbes will therefore receive the sum
due him for tbeconatructlonof herengines."
We are authoriied to say that there Is no
truth in tbe Poit't rumor. Mr. Forbes,
wbo was In the city yesterday, would be de
lighted If It was so
Our advertisers to-day offer the most rich
and arled assortment of articles suitable for
Christmas presents ever before seen In Wash
ington, and we would advise our readers to
visit tbe establishments we hare advertised
before purchasing elsewhere Messrs PniLr
A Solomons present a daxxllng display of
photographic albums, writing desks, and
toilet articles, in addition to their admirable
stock of books.
The C bole raw
The United btates Consul at Southampton,
under date of Doc. 1, informs the Depart
ment of State that his attention has been
called to various paragraphs in tbe New York
papers, emanating from an official report to
the Department from our Consul at Liver
pool, respecting the existence of Asiatic
oholera at Southampton. He says that there
have been a few cases of English oholera of
n aggravated type, resulting chiefly from
the free use of bad fruit and decomposed
vegetables, but In his Judgment not a single
ease of Asiatic cholera has occurred In South
ampton or Its neighborhood, and the sanitary
state of the city of Southampton, according
to the official returns from the Register Gen
eral, never was better.
The Missions io Mexico and Japan.
MaJ Gen Locum declines tho mission to
Mexloo, and lion Lewis W. Campbell, of
Ohio, bas been nominated to the Senate by
noo Mr. Vah VALKEXBina. of New York,
has been nominated Minister to Japan.
Hot. IIuoti McCuLLocn, Secretary of the
Treasury, left Washington yesterday morning on
aviaitto Mew lork. and will b abnent until
Ho Charles H. Larkabee, formerly
member of Congress from Wisconsin, and more
recently Colonel of United States volonteera, ap
pears to be practicing law In Torttaad, Oregon
Richard S SrorronD, Jr , Esq , of New
baryport, Masa , and Miss Harriet E. Preecott,
tbe authoress, were married laat Tuesday, and
will take up tbelr residence la Washington after
Oeorgr Alfred Tonsekd, the brilliant
feuilletonist and poet, assistant editor of the Mew
York Citlten, was married to a tovely lady In
Philadelphia last evening lu St Philip's Church.
Capt. George II, Bltler, the roccntly
appointed united States loipector of Customs on
tbo Isthmus, arrived oat per tbe steamer Uttxtj
Johi F. Ellis, 306 Pennsylvania avenue,
la agent for the famous Cblckorlug'a piano, and
keeps on hand a magalOceot assortment or inu
slral goods of all descriptions lie has an Im
mense stock of sheet music and note books.
Col A. C McCluro has Just received no
tice from Washington of his promotion a Briga
dier General by brevet Oeu MeClurg, It will
be remembered, went Into tbe war a Captain of
comiaor II, 68th regiment Illinois volunteer
and Tenth streoU, have filled their wareroom
with a stock of m us leal merchandise that would
do the larki credit to any city Their assort
ment consist of plan moslcallaatraments'and
musical works, many of which are importations
trom tbe best stacks la Europe It 1 a great
"Arrah Nt-PokK" Is a new burlesque
lately produced at Saa Francisco botihell wa
tbe Mk the Pott, with tbo song or "atln' o'
tbo flreeQH," tbe O'Grady Id this piece is known
a Colonel Boytrotter O'Orarj
TnE Now York Ntut has "private Infor
mation ' which warrants U In saying that (Ste
phens, tho Irish enlao.wlH not visit this coau
try for some time to come
Mike Lucr Ruhhtoh will open ber new
theatre In llrsadway near Astor Place, Now
York, early in January next It U said that Adah
Isaacs Menken will appear there.
Internal Revenue Receipts The re
ceipts at the Internal Revenue Bureau re
potted to-day, will amount to 11,300,000.
Harper's Monthly Magazine for Janu
, ary has been received by IIldsOM Jatlqu.
V TO THE, ? f,
Baltwoke, Dre J2 Floor Terr dull.
Wheat linn red, )2 Ug M.rjland irhlt.,
$2 714 Cornicrc whlt.flrm.t 88ctl,
fallow at Si eU. Oiti iLidr tt 52 centl.
Coffe. Urm tllo 1931 cli. Sugar h.arj
ProTltlont quiet) ilell pork f 30. Whlikj
dull at $2 30.
N.w York Market..
New Your, Deo 22 Cotton quiet at Ma
52 canti Flour adranced 3 oenti. Wheat
quiet. Corn Arm. Bt.rtteadj. Pork iteailT,
Lard quiet. Whllkr dull.
TJrovrn Cau't Rcalffn
TohoXTO, Deo. 22 The Qot.rnor decline!
accepting the resignation of lion: George
Srown. Tbe other m.mbcn of the gor.rn
m.nt hare boon f umuion.d to Montreal to
meet hit Excellency.
nobbing tti. Sanitary
PniLACELnniA, Deo 22 The eafe at the
Sanitary Commlnton wae found robbed thli
morning, of $8,430 In IT. S. 3.20 and 7-30
bonde, tbo property of John 17. Wllion, th.
Sonthem Mill. Starting.
CnAKLtiTOif, Deo. 20 Th Mill Tloute,
In thla eltj, was opened todaj for the firit
time ilnce the commencement of the war.
Mew York Stock Mat.
ByTetegraph to Lewie Johneoa & Co
flaw ivu, iec 444 r.
U. S 13S1 Coupon 6'e
Do. do 0.20'ow
CertlUcatee of ladebtedueee
Oiotm Company ,
Cumberland Coat Co Preferred .,
Snick. liter Mining Co
Xew York Central Railroad
Mad'ou Rlrer Railroad
Beading Railroad ,..106)?
Mieb. Ho aod N. Indiana Railroad 74
Cleveland A Pittsburgh Railroad b
Chicago W. Western Batlroad 3oU
" preferred.. 1K
Cleveland A Toledo Railroad WVA
CbleagoandK Island Kallroad 106J2
Pitta, Ft Wavne, A Chicago Railroad ....104V
Ohio Jr Miss Certificates 28Vi
Gold, (3 p.m) Ut
SUNDRIES TO SUNDRIES.
TnE Fenian State comentton of New Jer
sey has declared for Roberts and against the
" Evert Saturday-" Is the title of a new
Journal of choice reading about to be Issued
under the auspices of Messrs. Tioknor A
Fields of Boston. The publishers propose to
plaoe before the American reader, at a tri
fling cost each week, thirty-two large octavo
pages of reading matter selected from the
latest English and Continental periodicals.
TusnB have been several deer killed In
the Sandwich and Falmouth woods this sea-
soli. The most of them come from the
Island of Xanshon, one of the Elizabeth
Islands, where they hare been preserved
from the earliest times The deer escaped
from the Island across a narrow neck of
water, between Naushon and Falmouth.
rrjNCn's latest polltloal caricature intro
duces John Bright and Mr. Goeohen (tbe new
Vice Fresldent of the Boar! of Trade) as
ladies In a ballroom. Mr. Bright towers In
lofty Isolation as one of the wall-flowers of
the party. No gentleman presents himself
as a partner for th dance. Nor does the
great commoner seem to care about joining
It. Mr. Qosohen, however, is asked to dance,
and accepts, with smirking alaorlty, the
hand of her beau, who is no less a personage
than Earl Russell.
Tub Colombian Commission has adjourned
until the 4th of January. The Commission
ers, General Selgar. for Colombia, and Col.
Thomas Biddle for the United States, have
worked faithfully at their docket, and out of
the one hundred and eighty-seven cases have
decided sixty five, and have differed on only
two, which are referred to Sir Frederick
Bruce, the British Minister, for final decis
ion The cases thus far have been argued
for tbe claimants by 8 S Cox, now of New
York, and for the Colombian Government by
J. M Carlisle, Esq , of the District of Co
Major Ben Peblet Foore has our thanks
for a copy of the Congressional Directory,
which he has compiled under the direction
of tbe Senate Printing Committee He has
done his work well.
General O O Howard this morning pro
mulgated the following circular.
DtRiivvr nsriyUKs-s, w kkkumk.- am:
WAsniNiTON, December ail8o
The attention of assistant commissioners Is
called to the report of the Lieutenant Gen
eral, dated December 18, 1805 The most
thorough Inspection will at once be made,
and tbe evil complained of corrected. No
order from tbe War Department makes the
Bureau "independent of the military estab
lishment, " and agents should be furnished
with complete Instructions, aocordlng to the
orders and circulars Issued from this branch
of the War Department.
Any agent or officer who presumes to act
contrary to such instructions will be forth
with removed or reported to the department
commander for trial by court-martial.
In all matters of a military character tbo
officers and agents within a military depart
ment are under tbe direction of the depart
ment commander, In the same manner as an
officer of engineers building a fort In the samo
department who reports directly to the chief
Every assistant commissioner will con
stantly seek oo-operatlon with the depart
ment commander, and must keep him fur
nished with all Information In his possession
His format approval must be secured when
possible to all orders and circulars Issued by
the assistant commissioner.
(Signed) O O Howard,
Maj. Gen , Commissioner.
The following is a copy of a letter received
at the Department of the Interior
Siorx Citt, Iowa, Dec 8.1S45
General Two cltlicns (gentlemen) nnd
three soldiers have Just arrived from Fort
Rice They left there two weeks ago. They
report a very large number of Indians
camped on the banks of the Missouri. They
slept most of the nights In Indian camps
The Indians all treated them very well, and
appeared to feel well disposed towards the
whites. This news Is not of much Import
ance, but I see the papers are full of articles
stating that the Indians are worse than ever
they were since peace commissioners have
been among them, and wished you to see
that such was not the case, at least as far as
some of tbe Indians are concerned
With much respect, your obedient sen ant,
(Signed) Ale Sully
Brevet Major General
Major Gen. J Pore, St. Louis.
Scott'b reprint of the Westminster Jit'
new for October has been received by the
agent for Washington Uldiox Tatlor,
SCo reuufyltania aunue
France' and' Mexico.
HIgTLY raPORTAliT HEWS
Sorious Difficulties Between
Napoleon and Maximilian
A Secret Treaty.
Pronoh to bo Withdrawn
Tbe Jewels of tho Empress of
Mexico llave Arrived in Paris.
The Emprtu Herself ii to Journtjr to E
rope tne rrtitn a sick tauitri
OES, SCDOFIELD'S MISSION CREATES
IRE AT C031PEIGKE.
KXCITJCMEHT IN PAI118 ABOUT
The following hlghlj important itatement
If nude In th Pari (December 7) corre
pondenoe of the Lirerpool Jonrnal, which
paper reaehe ni in our lateit file of foreign
exchange It more than confirms the ro
porta publUbed In the IUrcBLtcAii yeter
day and on the 20th initant relatlie to Affair
The affair of Mexico hare come at lait to
the crlil anticipated by wiie men from the
Terr Drit, bnt not anticipated eren by them
to take place quite to loon. The difficultly
which hare arisen between the Court of the
Tnllierie and that of the Emperor Maxixil.
ias, with the bold determination of the
American Oorernment with regard to
Joarxz, hare renewed the rumor of the
secret treaty of Miramar, which empower
the Emperor to withdraw hi troop at any
time from Mexico whenerer Maxiximak's
payment ihould be two month in arr.r.
The pretext would be ouriou enough on
tho pert of a Tower which pride lUelf on
conciliating for Ideal alone Loci Pmurrz,
whole ayitem differed with thl ideal one of
Loui NAroLxox, deolared the country rich
enough to pay for any amount of glory It
might chooie to purchase. But, in thl caie,
the pretext will be gelted without icrnple by
the Emperor, who, in prttenre of th irrita
tion dtijlayed ly the United State), it re
tailed to avoid a further complication of the
dijicultie amid which he has to thought
letily ruthed. The eauie of the ooqlnesa bt'
tween the two Emperor la the refuial by
MAxtuiLiAN to reoelre a Minister of France
the inraluable treasure cent him in that ca
pacity in the person of M. Lahqlai.
Maxiuiliak, whose whole life has been
spent In dodging hi dan, ts tcarcely green
enough to confide hit pvrte xtulfio one of hie
moit urgent creditors. The menage from
the United States, of which Cen. ScuortcLD
is undoubtedly the bearer, whaterer tbe
agreeable Journal may declare to the con
trary, haa cauied tbe greateit ire at Com
plegne. Maxixiliai ha glren order for
the evacuation of the northern and loutbern
portions of the empire, in order to remain as
true as possible to the family tradition ol
The Empress CnAnLOTTi whose journey to
Europe is ostensibly occasioned by the wish
to rlsit her father in his dying state, leares
with the greatest regret, but Maximilian on
beholding the war of extermination which is
now commencing between the Insurgents and
the Imperialists, a the natural oonsequsnoe
of all that has gone before, Insist on placing
his wife out of danger. The Paris Journals
are strictly forbidden to speak of Mexico,
and yesterday the office of the IVmjuwas
rislted by the man in black, in high dudgeon
at what h. termed the " indiscretion" of
which that paper had been guilty.
The arrival In Parts of the magnificent
Jewels belonging to the Empress Charlotte,
under pretence of alteration and repairs, haa
given rise to all sorts of comments. People
say that a certain great financial firm ha
been induced to lend a coimderable turn njvn
the imperial coronet, which ws composed of
the whole of the wedding diamonds of the
Princess Louise, and which was all the dower
King Leopold eier got with hi wife.
The Clilll-n Question America Ex-
iieetril to Declare War Afralnat Spain,
Parle (Dee ) correipoadenc. of London Poet
New from Madrid is looked forward to
with much Interest, as we expect to hear
that Admiral Pareja may any day do any
thing, supported as he is by the home Gor
ernment I am assured by an authority that
Chill will relit, and it Is added that tho Unl
tod Btates will support the Chilians with
arms This assurauce comes from a person
who certainly might give a good guess of
wnat tne uaenington uaDinei wouiu uo, eeo
inz another of the small sister Kepubllcs un
Justly attacked by a European Power. At
all events an American squadron ts o i its
way to Chilian waters, and no one can say
what event will oocur. There ts tlte Island
of Cuba, which an Admiral of the XInitui
tstates might visit intt as much- reason as
rartja has blockaded the Chilian ports.
TheAmerican are getting Jealously Irri
tated about Europoan lntreferonco with
American republics. Mexloo, Peru, and
Cblll are sore subjects Depend upon it, the
United Btates will support the small repub
lics, and not with words only, now that the
civil war Is over. As regards sews from
Madrid we get tne runner assurance oi as
inlral l'arela'i conduct belnir supported, and.
what Is more significant, several shlps-of.war
are being prepared lor ac.ive service, pro
vided with war material and marines in full
complement. The Madrid l,poca says
1 Spain will soon have twenty five shlps-of.
war In the Paeifio "
Viewed from Paris, the Chilian difficulty
presents Itselfjuit now aifollowi 1 Epaln
will continue to prosecute her claims 2
Cblll will resist. 3 England and Prance
will oonfloe tbemselrei to neutral observa
tion, 1. The United States mil come to them
active protection of Chili, and declare uar
-'- s6ti!kl,Ttik''wmW ' iui
UMT ED TATES bVPREMI COCET.-J
a . ra.oAT, oee n, ism.
i Thla taOTBlBf , Jerome X. Breubauib, rr Ken
lis,, was sAtnlued to prastlee, oa motfea of Hoau
Jamea 11. Laao . m! ; r
Hen. Heverdy Joboeon delivered Me arfamea! '
la the sane of 1. II. Garland, or Arkansas, astlar
to be admitted to practice. MrJonosoa arraeI
aft.nst ihecoeitUntiOBality of tboCoafreastoual
test oath, hold lis; that Coafreae bad no power to
pasa an in pott facto law The law of IMS re
qelred certain civil officers ef tbe Government to
saoacriDo 10 mo osm, ana 11 wu not uom inroo
years after that tbe law was amended so a to
apply to attoraajs la the courts of the United
Coo (rasa provided for tbe establishment of
courta, and Ibis carried with It the rlxht to ad
mit counsel. To ear wbo should or who should
not prax-tlu la tbo courta affected tbe rights of
every cltlsea. Tbe Constitution provided that
every person accused of crime should have tbe
benefit of ccubmI, aed be punished Only upon
coovletloa of tho offence, lis arsjeed that tbe
pardon by the Proaldrat waa fall and conclaatve.
and tbe act of pardon made the petitioner a aew
man aad relieved Mm of the eoaaeqoenee of bla
Con r res a eoald not, atcordiog to the prohibi
tions in the Constitution, nana aer act to destroy
or Impair the effect of fall pard aa. A restriction
10 me ciass oi powers is ins.. ,oi grose anaii piss
no txpottnacio law or bill of attainder. The
meaning of thla la wellnfideraood to be any law
which made an act a crime which was not a
crime whan the act waa Committed.
Tbe law of IMS punished in point of fact, be
cause It precluded tbe petitioner from tbe oxer
else of a lawful occupation, and atrlkes at a pro
fession la which bla hopea and ambition and
support of himself and family are centred.
The act of Congt under review compels a
man to swear against himself, while ao power la
given to tbe eoart to Inquire tato the facta Wo
man, bj the Constitution, la compelled to testify
Mr. Johnson a poke aboet two hoara. Upon the
conclusion of bla argument tbe court adjourned
until Tuesday neat.
CbimixAl CouiiT JWt Fi$her. Ed
ward C. Cariiagton, Esq t District Attorney,
Jno Anarerman, Indicted for assault and bat
tery, verdict guilty. Morris for defence.
Jdo HjtJeJodleted for keeping bawdy-houec;
notUproteJHthfXJ 8 Attoraey.
Jobo Bryan, Indicted for larceny j verdict net
guilty, by reaaen of lntaatty.
On the 21st Instant, by tbe Key. Mr. Garnet!,
at hla residence, Basvat CaiTTisnsir, of Wash
lngttVn, to Mlaa Mart & MiLLsa, of Baltimore.
On the 21st Instant, by the Rev. Mr, Anderson,
Mr N. n Mvves to Miss Martha M. ADT,bolb
of Charles ton. South Carolina.
4sT A Public Kxamt nation of a clea
of colored children tn Arithmetic and O of gra
ph t, taught by Mr Nay lor, of Philadelphia,
will be held at the UHIOK WK6LET CUU&Cif
la Twenty-third e'reet west, (near the Cltcle,)
on FHIDAT eventar. December 33. at 7 o'clock
Tarenta of the children and others interested are
Invited to attend A. E. NEWTON,
de21-2t 6 apt. Schools of Am T A. Union.
sT United Station Bau<atry Contmli
fov Casta a l Orrici, Wabhjhitjf. D C . No
vember 1. 1813 All persoae who may bold un
settled claims of any kind against the Sanitary
Gmnfi-lon are requested to present the same
for adjustment to the General Secretary, at tbe
Central Offlee of tbe Co in mission, without delay.
JOHN S. DLATCllFORD,
no3-mwf2m Oeneral Secretary.
42-The Phllbarmonlo Society Meets
every TUESDAY evening at tbe New York ave
noe church, (Dr. Gurley'a) at 7' o'clock. In
rehearsal, Mendelseohna' Oratorio, 6t Paul.
deell-U a p
V Wonderfully Btrange--BIiulmme)
M. II. PKRKEOAULT.wbo baa aatoalahed the
scientific cUmos of Parlaaed London, haa now
permanently located herself at Albany, If, T.
Madame Perregault, by the aid of ber wonderfal
Instrument, known as the Horoscope, guarantees
to produce a Ufa-like picture of the future hus
band or wife of the patron, together with the
date of marriage, leading traits of character, oc
cupation, etc. Thla la no humbug, as thoaaaads
of testimonials can assert She will send, when
desired, a written guarantee that the picture la
what It purports to be By stating age. height,
com pie iioo, color of eyes and hair, aod enclos
ing 60 centa and stamped envelope, addressed to
yonrself, you will receive tbe picture by return
MADAMS M. n PERREOADLT.
P. O Drawer 202, Albany, W.T.
STTwenty-nve Cents to SaYoTwcm
ty-flve Dollars. HEGBHAR'S Concentrated
Bend no removna Palat, Oreaee Spots, Jto , la
tantly, and cteana Sllka, Ribbons, Olovea, Ae .
equal to new. Only 25 centa pr bottle. Sold
by Druirglats. HEGEMAIT A CO ,
Chemists and Druggists,
nol3d&w3m New York.
AeT-Cbanpvtt Hande and Pace, Sore
Llpe, Chilblains, 4c IIEQEMAN A CO '8 Cam
phor Ice, with Glycerine, cores Chapped Hands,
4c , immediately, and will keep tbe akin soft
and smooth In tbe coldest weather. Sold by
Druggists Price 25 cents Sent by mall for M
centa. IIEQEMAN A CO.,
Chemists and Druggtata,
nol3-dwSm New York.
ATjr To ConaumptlTea The under
signed having been reatored to health In a few
weeks, by a very simple remedy, after having
suffered several years with a severe lung affec
tion, and that dread disease, Consumption, ta
anxloua to make known to hla fellow-auffarers
the means of cure.
To all who desire It, be will aend a eopy of
tbe prescription used, (free of charge,) with the
dlrectlona for preparing and using the same,
which they will find a sure cure for Coiscmf
tioh, Asthma, Beohchitis, Cocoas, Colds, 4c.
Tbe only object of the advertiser lu sending the
Prescription la to benefit the afflicted, and spread
information which be conceivea to be Invalua
ble; and be hopea every aufferer will try bis
remedy, as It will coat them nothing, and may
prove a blessing.
Fartlea wishing the prescription will please
addreaa, REV. EDWARD A WILSOH,
Wllllamaburgb, Kinge County,
oc2S-3md4w New York.
jT-lron lis tho IJlooa The 1'eruvian
Syrup supplies the Blood with Its Lira Elimixt,
IRON, Infusing Btii(.tf, Viaoa, aod Naw Lira
Into the whole system for DrarsraiA, Daorar,
CsaoKio DiaaanaA, Dsbilitt, Finals Wbak
mbsabs. bto , It la a a pec 111 e Thoutandt hart
bun changed by tht use o thtt mtdtctntrom
wtnk, tick Iff, tufftrtng crtaiurtt, to ttronff,
hMlthy, and happy men and teomen.
A 32 page pamphlet aent Frt
loe $1 pr bottle, or 6 for i
J P. DIN6MORB, SO Dey at, New York.
Bold by druggtata generally oc28-3md4w
Dr. II. Anders' Iodine Water. An
Invaluable Dttcovtry A Fcll Gbaih of Iodine
In each ounce of Water DUtotved without a
Solvent The moat PowsarcL Vita uz ma A quit
and RsaTOBATiva known ScaorcLA, Salt
many Chronic and Hereditary Diseases, are cared
by Its use, as thousands can testify. Circulars
sent free Price $1 per bottle or 0 for J
Dr II ANDERS A CO, Physicians and Chem
lata, 42S Broadway, New York. Sold by Drug
.tsrcou sumption, Scrofula, XUieuma
Main, 4c UEDGEMAN A CO'B Genuine Medi
cinal Cod Liver Oil haa proved, by twenty years'
experience, tbe moat valuable remedy la use,
as wltlle it curea tho dlaease, It glvea strength
and flesh to the patient Warranted pure aod
made from Fresh Liters Bold by Druggists
iicuBuan kju ,
Chemists and Drugglstef
4sT- The Drldal Chamlwr, an Kssay of
Warning and Instruction for Young Mod. Also,
new and reliable treatment for Diseases of the
Urinary and Sexual Systems Sent free. In
sealed envelopes Addreaa. DR J BKILLIN
HODGUTON, Howard Assoelatloa, Philadelphia
7 V I 0 X A L.
Navt DiroTMiKT, Dec 20, UOo.
Otneral Ordert, iVo 70
Officers of the Navy not residing within tbe
limits of the District of Columbia are prohibited
from coming within tbe aame, unle-a under per
mission or authority of tbe Department
The official residence of an officer ta within tbe
State of which he la a cltlien
(Signed) GIDEON WELLES,
3t Secretary of th Navy.
A LADY ItESIDINQ IN A HUALTHY
part of Brooklyn, bavin a daughter eight
years old, would like to recflve Into her family
another little girl of nearly tbe same age, to eda
eate Especial care and culture guaranteed.
Particulars and references glvea by addressing
MRS C , St Iroat atrset, New York. del(W