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THE NATIONAL BEPUBLICAfl, SATUHDAY MOKlONGr, MAY 5,' 186b7
Wifhlngton City. P. C.
AV. J. MUBTAOHACOUDLISHERS.
a r. hanscom. editor
SATURDAY MQB,NmO::.';::i::::::;:MAY . 18M,
the amekican coxholm.
The bill Introduced a day or two ince by
Mr. BniimK, proiiJing for tho consoliJa
tlon and funding of nil the national debt Into a
Ion; a per cent loan, meeU with a Tcry
general expression of approval from the
leading Journals of New York, Philadelphia
and Boston, the chief financial centres of
the country. The opinion has been uni
versal among all classes of our cltltens for
some time put, that such a measuro would
be finally resorted to, being imperatively de
manded, not only by the Interests of the
Government and the tax-payers, but by the
general business interests of the country.
Tho only question has been as to the. time
when such a funding process could be most
easily effected. We believe that tho time has
now arrived, and that at no period during
the next twenty years will there be fewer
difficulties in the way of the consummation
of snch a project than there are now.
The exigencies of the war, the demand for
a large volume of currency to float the suc
cessive loans of Government and facilitate
the vast operations incident to military move
ments on so gigantic a scale, have passed
away, and the business of the country Is rap-
Idly returning to its ordinary channels.
Prices of commodities hare fallen very ma
terially from the point reached during the
war, thereby freeing a corresponding amount
of circulation from employment As a con
sequence, there never has been a period in
the past when the great centres or finance
and commerce were more redundant ol
money, and we cannot reasonably expect at
any period in the future, greater ease in the
money market than that which now univer
The time is therefore auspicious for the
.access of a great funding loan. Of the
ability of the Government to place such n
loan we have no doubt, if proper efforts are
made to popularize and distribute it among
all classes and in all sections of the country.
England found no difficulty in consolidat
ing her debt after the Napoleonic war, at a
much lower rate of interest than that now
proposed. Other governments of Kurope,
possessing not a tithe of the present wealth
and prospective resources of this country, find
ready purchasers for their securities at rates
ranging from three to five per cent
It may reasonably be concluded that a
patriotic people, who subscribed for a six per
cent loan in the darkest period of 'our na
tional history, when neither the duration nor
the result of the war nor the magnitude of
the debt could be absolutely foretold, and who
afterwards subscribed eagerly for a currency
loan which, with the rates of gold at its then
valuation, would not yield over four per cent
interest will not hesitate, now that the era
is ended, the magnitude of the debt definitely
ascertained, and the process of its contrac
tion already commenced, to subscribe with
equal promptness to a long loan alaavs
more marketable than a short one bearing
a rate or Interest higher than that paid by
any of the other first-class Powers of the
There ore some other considerations In
connection with this proposed loan which we
shall present at another time.
AVe ask the candid attention of our read
ers to the brief record of Colorado upon our
outside to-day. It is accompanied by The
PnesiDcxr's message, submitting the n hole
question to Congress, and the bill which
passed on Thursday last admitting Colorado
as a State, into the Union. By examination
of tho preamblo to the bill, and comparison
or it witn 1 uk J'kesident s message, referred
to, there will be found an extraordinary want
of truth in the language of the former.
Among other things, the preamble says :
"And wbsrees It apptrt, by a message of tht
Fresldsntof tbo United Stales, dated January It,
1808, that tbo laid people bars adopted a eonslltu
lion which upon das examination is found to eon
formloiha prorlrions and eompty tatk Ikt eondt
ttomt of laid eel,1' As.
Now, by reference to Tux Pbesidkxt's mes
sage it will be observed that he said no such
thing as is attributed to him in the preamble,
and it was because he could not find a record
that would warrant him in so saj ing Hut lie
declined to declare Colorado a State in the
Union, by the usual proclamation, and sub
mitted the whole subject to Congressman the
following words ;
" Tho proceedings In tbt second Instants for tho
formation of a 6tl government having differed In
fi'sM and mods from tboi s poelsed in tbo st of
Alarob 21, 1884, 1 bar declined to tuo tbo proe.
Sanation tot wbieb provision Is mads In tbt fifth
.ecdUn of tbt law, and tbtrtfor submit tbt ques
dloa far tbo soajidtrtlloa and fartbtr action of
Por the interesting record which appears
outside we are indebted to a citizen of the
Territory who is of the radical school of
politics, was one of the earliest settlers In
Colorado, was a gallant officer In the Union
army during the whole war, and is a man of
standing and ability. It is a history of the
case and does not reflect very creditably in
favor of tho men who cat their own words
in order to obtain two moro Senators, the
number necessary to constitute the Senate
of the United States the dictatorial branch
of tho Government.
A CONVENTION Ol" HTATKN.
The proposition advanced in the Ilm
UOAN on Monday lost, for a permanent settle,
xnent of the many difficult Issues arising out of
the hereditary controversies of this country,
which have beconio still more complicated by
the late war, has been carefully canvassed
by many of the leading men of tho nation
who have received it with respect some of
them entertaining for it hearty approval.
We have no sjuiibt that it will continue to
grow in favor, until A convention will bo re
sorted to as the only method of possible
peace and attainable adjuslnient of our
cohfiiihation o "thk hois. .evii
a. OiSIpiJUXI. AS UINIBI-Kil jw
Testerday the Sonate unanimously con
firmed the nomination by Tnx President of
lTon. Lewis I). Capu.l to be envoy extra
ordinary and minister .plenipotentiary to the
Jtepablio of Mexico. This Is action in the
Coaal Arms Osaowsat dUd la tblt ally, al lbs
rtsldtneo ofMr. Kabbs, oa Foorleenlh ttrtot, vts
tsrdaj at Lit Velo.lt, p. m., of typhoid fever,
lit wts AlWoded la hit latt lllnus br Dr. Milts a,
tod was vlslttd ttvtral tlmtt by tbo Spanish Mln
Istsr, Don Oabcia r Tascaba.
Count Odbowsbi was tbe descendant of anoUt
tnd vtrj aatltnt family In Poland, wbtrs bo was
born la 1805. Ho etadlod la Qtrman universities
In Btrlto, Hstdelburg, Jena, and Ltlpslo, and afttr
Morning to bis coaatry bo was, between 1823 and
1830, persecuted for his llbtral ldtaa by tbo Grand
Dobs Cohstastiss, tbo tldtr brother of Hicbolas
t, and Vlto Regent of Poland, who pat OrjaowSEl
in political prisons at various times.
In tbt conspiracy wbltb, In HovemWr, 1830, ti.
ptUod tbt Russians from Poland, OeaowBRl was
oat of tbt Itadtrt, and subsequently aetod as an
egent of tbt Polish Revolutionary Oovtrnmtnt In
Franco and othtr eonntrlta. lit was, on aoeoont of
bis vloltntt In feeling, opinion and action, ealltd
Danton of Warsaw.
In Paris bo was on Intlmsto ttrmawltb La.
ritiTTi, with Cabbel, Mioasr, and wltb otbor
ttltbrltlts of tbo French rovolatlon of Joly, 1830,
and also wltb snob Itadtrs of tbt Republican Dam.
oerallt party as OoDraav Cataiobac, Rasp-ail,
Basvidb and Blabqui, sad namtroos rovolatlooary
celebrities. Ht joined tbt Et. Eimonlsls, and than
bt joined Tocaisa and bis dlselptts. Afttr tbt
ovtrthrow of tbt roles, la 1841, bis tstatts wtrt
confiscated and bt was oondtmntd to dtatb,
llo was out of tbt originators of Paaslawtsss, a
politloo-blstorleal eompTobeneloa of tbo ftatnro dot
ttnlts of tbo wbolo Slavlo raoe, wbtoh eomprtbtn
slon, from 1834 until to tbo tod of tho Crlmtan
campaign, sbook to thtlr foundations Austria,
Hungary, Turkey, and Rnssla. For tbo sabo of a
praetleal realisation and application of this, bis
Paoslawlsm, Gcaowast, la 1833, mado bis peace
1th tbt EmptrorKlCBOtAa, rttnrnsd to Russia,
and was la tbo ptrsonal sorvlct of tbo Csar as a
ranilawlstlo adrlstr. Ilowtvtr, la 1844, dlasells
fisd with tbt non-roallaatioa of bis notions, ho s-
oaptd from Russia, llvod In Bwltstrtand and In
Italy, and In 1849 emigrated from Europe to tbls
eoun'ry. In Europe bo published various boobs
and pampblsts In the Polish, tbo Frvaeb, and tbo
As soon as he set foot la tbts toualry Qcbowski
joined tbt .ntl.lavory Idea. He resided la Cam.
bridge, Massachusetts, in 18&0 si, and ltctured at
Harvard University on Roman law. From Cam'
bridge ht wtnt to New York In 1852, and daring
bts residence tbert contributed articles to tht Ktw
York Triiunt, and In 1861 he tame to Watblagton.
whtrt ht resided until his dseease. lit published
In this country, beslds several pamphlets, " Russia
as It Is," "America and Europe," "Slavery In
History," and "Diary," I, II, III.
During ths rebellion, as may bt readily supposed,
Gcbowski enured ardently, hotly Into the cause
of tbt Govtrnment as be understood that eautei
bat bis tomper was snob that he criticised In turn
nssrly all tbo ofSoers of tbo Govtrnment with as
much asperity as tbs rebels themselves. Tbt spirit
of tbt old man, so reetUso and lmpractloablt wltbal
In bts lift, Is now at ptaes, and poaco bo to his
COS PIRM AT I OS 8.
Tht following appointment! by Tat Paxitoaxf
war eoa Armed y Unlay j
Mlnliter to Ec and or Will Urn T. Coueehall. of
Mlnliter to M-ilooIwU D. C-mpb1l, of Ohio.
Coniuli K. rrktr Smidoiod, ofOblo tvlPrineo
Edw.rd'f Iil.oJf Driai D. Warner, of Ohio, to bt
co n ul at Et. John'a K. B ( L. P. BloJf-tt, of Vtr
mont, at St. Joha, Canada Eaat.
Unlttd Etatea Marabal-Qtorst D. AJIto. forth
Soathtra DUtrlot of Florida.
If n llej Elate! Attorney.!. II. Briitow. for tht
Dtatrlct of Ktntnekyt Iltory 8. Fltefa. of SaraoDah,
for DlitrUt orGoorcla, Otirc W. Hand, of Yank,
ton, for Dlitrltt of Duotih
Indian Aftnt lunrr A. Wtbittr. for WaahlntT
uouttior.iViiuamuroTt, tor mt nun auuut 01
IUcvWcr. Jamoi L Colllni, for tht Uod dlitrlet
or Sinta Ft, Ntw Idtxlto
Colltttor of CuitonuThoDiaj 0, FoiUr, at Bt,
Uaorxt W Paltutr, Jndgt at 6Urra Lon, ondtr
traatr with Qrtat Britain for loppnulon of tbt
rottmaatara w Enhraim Jackton, rrorldanet,
Kbodt Iiland; KoUrt . Nortbtott, Clarktbarg,
MlLITARr AND VAT1U
Aaatilaot Invpector Qaoaral Major Ellaha IL
LndtDgton, Colvnal by brtrat.
Army Paymaittr UtorgaP. Sbrit. at California,
RrtTtt Orlr. Geo William II. Mo nil, Major Qan
ral by brarat.
Navy Com m a ndar Command era William Rey
nold! and Malanoton B. Woolaay, bjth on tbt ro
te rr ad llat.
Lieutenant Marina Crpa Herbert O Colli o. of
To La Major Qenerali by Brartt Otnarli Lo
re oio Thomaa, Jamea W, Hipley, Qaorga V. Uam
jamaa is. rry, rroroii Harinai uenerai.
Klebard Delaflald, Chief Engineer
Joseph Holt, Judge Advocate General.
Anioa B. Eaaton, Cun miliary Oanerial of Sab-
Cbarloi Tbomai. Aiiletant Qairtertnaatar Oen
Kslmond f chnrtr, Inipaotor General.
Jotaph K Barnti, Eargaon Oeneral.
Alex B Dyer, Chief of Ordnance
Alex K. Bblraa, Aailitant Com ml nary Oeneral.
Kdw. D. Towniend and William Hoffman. Ai-
ilitaot Adjutant Qentrala.
BenJ W. Briee, Pay muter O antral.
Jamaa A. Hardit. William S. Kateban and Geo.
W. Cnlloa). Inipeetor Qentrala.
Claim for Coast Defence
In tht aatnmn of 1B62, Secretary Sewied wrote
to Qorernor Aurnaw. toooblng ooait defence;
Twa pjniipKiT baa dlreottd mt to loTttoyoor
Cd ml tier aiion ta the aobject of tho Importance of
perfecting tlt defeiveei of the btate ovtr wjilcb
yoa prtalde. and to aak yon (o aabU It to the
eonilde ration of the LegWature,, wbjn It aball bare
aaaemblad. Bucb proceeding by tl Etalft woujd
rtqnlrt only teajporary nao of m,eani. 7ht
rendltarea ought to b nad (be aabjectof ton.
ference with the Federal QoTernoefit, Brelng thai
made with tht concurrence of the UoTarauaot, fpx
general derenM,thertla trtry reaaonto bellere that
CoDgrtai would lanctloB what tht State would do,
end would provide for Ita relmbanement."
Uodtf ibj ad rice, Oartrnor Anpaaw made the
reoommendatioa prtjoptli nJ tbt Leglilatnrt
ruttd half a million f totuy. jnd lobiaqaontly
another million j and after oooferatie jrjth the
authorltiea, Ineludlog Tfl PmiiDEJiT,.Bcorotary
ol tht Kary, and bureau pkfflcen, in arrangement
of datalti. a plaa of expeadltou vaa adopted, and
440, MO expended for heavy ordnance, frbleh waa
acaonpllehed wlihot tntariog Into com petition
with the General Gorarnmant In prQoarjog au,ch
luppllei. They now k a reloibrteaiwxt of Ihle
turn. In a memorial of tbt LeglelaWre paaeotd
yeiterday by Senator fiumner.
The Arlington Keto.lt.
William BrritAx, tn a memorial preitnted to
tht FenaU by Mr Ilinnia yeiterday, aeki Con
grata to confirm the title of hla mother, Mabu
Srrnoy, to a portion of the Arlington property
(.T.aS aerer) which O. W. p. Cl'htii gar jLtf bar
for her uae In 1616. wbaa aha vaa manumitted a
hla alare. The eetaU waa aold for United Etatea
taiea In 1B83, and bought by the United Statf.
The petition waa referred to tho CoutoUUt on PrU
Tata Land Clatua.
Tn correspondent of the AiaocIaUd Frew
tndi tbt following dlipatcb i "Tbt reaaoa why
Q on. Frank Blair waa rejected by tbt Senate aj
Collector of Internal Reranueor the dlatriat of St.
fti k aot traoiplred. Much aurprlae la ex
ptaaaod t ,tle rianlt, and among othen by Lieut.
Q aa. O rant, who eeya tfcat to him tht country u
Indebted wore than to My .other man that Mil.
.our! wai prtruttd from itotdlog. Hj ipokf with
oarneitneaa of tbt Important military larrloea of
QaDtral, than Colonel, Dlalr at that time, and hai
iIbm raoierad the coHBtry,
Pert Oflle. Oonmrtsaeat.
Tbo Postmaster Oeneral jestardey ordsrtd oa
traeta for tbt following Important ttrrlet
Utah On bow rouU Ho. 1UM, DUb, Tlrclnta
ntj by Boulder Valley and llolene to Ilell Uate,
ISO salloe and baok, three llnetl oealraet wllb
Andrew J. Ollrer, of tbo trtt-namtd plaeo.
FloridaRouto Ho. 4It, Key West to Miami
ISIseaynei) oontraet Is ordered wllb Frederick
Filer, ol Key West, to oonrty mails hereon 17s
mlltt and beta, onoo a month, until June SO, 1807,
Tbls terries Is or irett Importance t. ibe people of
South Florida from present appearanees, that por
Hon of Florida will derelop with surprising ra
MlssltslpplRoutt 70JT, ConeeTllle te Fituhoro'i
eontratt Is ordered with Daniel 0. Duleuey, of
Plttsboro', for serrloo oa this route throe times a
week, till June JO, 1807.
AlabamaBoat. 0700, Jasptr to Hdrtdfo.
Route (708, Jasper to Blounttrllle.
Rout. 0078, Somerrill. to Elyton.
Contrasts for thee, routes are ordered with J.,
romo J. Illoda, of Iteator, Alabama, to eontlnut
Reopen th. fotlowlnsjr
Tlrsjlnla llarbonrarillo, Kew Kent county,
Thomas J. Turner, postmaster.
Warerlie, Roestnthem oounty, Joha B. Amiss
Re-establish Cornwallls, Rlteble oounty, and
appoint Joha Houghton postmaster.
AppolatsetntsWamoe B. Moore, postmastsr,
Nsw JattrTtatlon, Lantnburf oounty, Tito Mrs. L.
E. Darls, dtellatd.
Robert R. 11 III. Mstmastar. Meadow D.la. lll.t.
land oounty, rice Charles Slaren, declined.
E. O. Wooldrldfo. pottmasUr, Oenlto, Towbatan
eoonty, rloe J, A. Oates,wbo cannot take the oath.
West Virginia Establish tb. following poet
offloes, and make apnolatmenls:
Claysrtllo, Mineral county Daniel Mendrlison,
Grant a II., Grant .oonty-iArooldSohorr, post
master, MymoursTUlo, Orant county Martin L. Rhine
Wllllamtport, Orant county B. O. Trobrldge,
aroenlaad. Grant ooontj-Jobn Mitchell, post
maaUr. Lecuit GroTO, Grant county Mrs. Martha Bubb,
Roetahllsh Ripley Landing-, Jaokson oonnty,
Wtst Virginia, and appoint Iliram Douglas post
master. Dtlawart Appolntmtnta Jamts II. llobson,
postmaster, Kenton, Kent county, rice Joha II.
jeon u joaneoa, postmaster, UasIsttrlUs, Kent
voHDt;, tio. iuaoew mi, remorea.
PennnlTanl. Office. TU...uk1l.h TtaAtatiu
Monroe county, and appoint Rufos Kalstltr posit
Dlsoontlonc East Penn, Carbon conuty. Papers
sbould now go to Lelghtoo.
Peneader, Luserno oounty. Papers sbould now
be tent to Iltrrsjsrllle.
Change name and tit. of SbawsTille, Clearleld
county, taWMt Gosbtu, and appoint John Seoky
postmasUr, In plac of II. II, Morrow, suspended.
Appointments II. E. Shrimp, postmastsr,Muddy
Creek, LanoasUr county, rice John Brlogburst, re
signed. John Kepperllnr, postmaster, Nefftlll., Lanoas
tsr county, rloe Kate O, Minolch, resigned.
Mist Xllaabttb flordon, postmistress, Ebleksbin
ny, Luterne eoaoty, Tito llenry U. Oordon, re
signed. George W. Daisy, postmaster, Pblnipsburg, Cen
tre oounty, Tlee John II. Wagoner, ramored to up.
point a dlstblsd soldier.
boutb ASSBTS ASrOlSTBD.
Mason, Oa., to Albany, Tyler Bouthall, In place
of Charles D. 6tow.ll, roelgned, at $800 per an
num. Maeou to Atlanta, Philip B. Simmons, at (800
per annum, vice Peter S. Gerely, declined.
Uoenaeo aa.4 Ineome
The Commlaaloaer of Internal Rertoqt yeiter
day rendered the following dtoUloa la regard to
Iloenaea and Ineomti
Orrtca or JfTiaaai, Uaraava,
WAiaiaoroa, May 4, llfto. )
Tbt ait of form 11 waa aaggeited by tht frt
quent loaaee which recalled from delay In returning
the annual llat. Manyperaoaa'aho would hare paid
for their lleeaeca at tho time of making their appll
e-tlona wart aubeetjuenlly found to be Inaotrant, or
to bare died or abeeoaded. Tax pa jars art at much
lotereited aa tho Oarernment that llceoeea ahall be
delivered aa aooa aa poaalble afur tha fint of May,
aa they will be that tnabled to exhibit mob Iloenaea
wbeo required. It waa, therefore, preecribed that
applUatlona for Jlctnaea ahoold lo all cuei be re
taiaed promptlr to Ibe collector, accompanied by a
Hit thereof In duplleata oa form JI J. The atten
tlon of ajio'aort and tolleetora i iharsforo now
i pt dally called to the toitniellona conUload In
aerlea 2, No. J, relattTo to applloatlona for lloeniei,
aad tbey will b expected to fully comply with tbem.
Aa form fit cannot ba uaed until after the annual
llat la adrartlaad, a notice form No. JOOJibould bo
tarred when llcenaei are ready for dillrery.
To facilitate tht prompt and early collection of
tbo Income tat, autaaora, whtn tbey hare received
a loalelent nambar of returnj, of the eorrectneia of
which they are aatlifled, may traniialt to (he col
lector, on Form 33, the aneumeati made oa inch
returni. Bat no return which li queitlontd, nor
any aaaeaiment made bytlja antitant aaieaaorin
the abieace of a return, ahou)d be n por tad until
after appeal! bare been beard, Oa receipt of each
advance abact the collector will terra notice on
Form No. lot. The aaaeumtota thai tranimltttd
la adraoet of the regular Hit abonld bt tntered on
the anuaat Hit, and bo receipted for on that Hit.
The appeal! abonld be advertlaed and the law com.
piled with la all rtiptata aa If adrtace ibeeti bad
not been forwarded.
It will bt borne In mind that dlitralnt cannot be
made for either lleenae or Income taxei until after
tbo eomplete annual Hit hu been retained and ad
Forma 100 and 101 art now In the handa of the
prlpLtT, and ordera therefor will abortly be filled.
R, A. Rollivi, Commlailonir.
Llit of rolonteer organliatlona wblcb hare bean,
or are ordered to be, maattred out of aervlee, aot
locloded la prtrloue clrtulani
Aoipraar GtaaaiL'a Urnca, I
WaaivtToa, April BO, IBM )
Conntctlcat. 13th Inf-ntryt CaJlfornla, tompanlei
H, L, and M, 2d cavalry, IUInoli, 8thtnfantrv, In.
dlana, 128th Infantry. Iowa, 8th Infantry; Maine,
12tb and let battalion, lnfantryi Mlaaouri, Slat la
fantry, 12th and remainder ol ISth eavalryi Mln
aeiota, Bracketl'a battalion, cavalry Nevada, re
malader of lit cavalry) New York, 170th and ITStb
io fantry j New Jeraey, 84th tnfaotryt Ohio, 4Slb
and 60th lnfantryi Wiaeooala. 48 lb completed and
company K tOth Infantry.
UfllUd fitaUf Colored Troopi. 16tb, 17ih,
44tb, BS4, Mtb, 9th, 103d, 11 lib, and 119th In
fin try; 3d. Mb. alb. and llth bery artillery.
Note The 83d U. 8. Q. HUl rpiDiJni io ier
riot, tht order for Ita moiter-oot haelBg bn re
voked. Mllltarr Appolatmeate.
By command of Lieutenant Oeneral Orait, tbt
p)fQVlf general order waa liiuej yeiterday:
uBAMoiariBi or vaa Ai.r, l
iDCTiiT aaaiaii'a urnca,
VirtuoToi, May s, isee. S
Otntral OnUr, Xo tit
lirerat Colooel Frederick T Dent. Malov 4th II
8. Infantry, on the ataft of Lieutenant Otntral
urant. wltb the rank of Lleatenant Colonel. In
place of Captain Ux T. Hqdaoo, who la relieved
from aueh dutlei from thl date at Lti of n requoat.
ne following-named ofljeara are bereby an
nouaead U Mllltarr Bee re tar lei to Lleatenant
Ue naral Orant, with th rfqk of LleuUnant Col.
Second LleateotBt Ely S. Parker, 2d U. 8. ear.
Second Lieutenant Adam Btdtau, 4th U. 6. In
fantry. By oommand of Lieut. Oen. Qraxt:
B. D. Towxibid,
AMletaat Adjutant Uenerai.
The recent order impending the further payment
of aajtl prijt roooey at tht Fonrth Audltor'a
OfBee of tht Ttaaaary Pepf rtmtat. 9a all auch Uiti
aa had been adjudicated, but oaoa which paymenti
had pot yt been oommtooed. bu been reeelndpd,
Th arawi 0 tht follow Jog reaaela art nartlcularly
InUreitad fa tht reicJadlpj of the order referred
to; Funult. Merced Ita, Mag. Beitlfii, and the
AlabtMa. Tbt dJitribuUoa of prtxa moneyf to tb
orewa of thai rewala will pomminee af ao'on aa the
Hit wilt paia through th official form', which will
not bo cntU after tht Arat of Jan.
XaTaaxAL Ravaaca Rxcaim YxithdAT
XXX1XT1I COKGnCSS-PIItIT IBBSlOlf.
Tbdiipat, Mat 1, 1800.
mi iiaaT-HOoa law.
Mr. Conneai prerented the petition of many tbo a
rand worklDgmeaand tradea tool et lea of .Ban Fran-
Claoo, aaklnar that'elxht bourt mar be t eaerlbed aa
a legal day'a work for thoat 1q tbt tmployment of
IV. il. a
Mr. Conoeea betltred that It would bo better and
mart procperoua for tht country If tight boura wart
txed aa a day'a work.
Tbt petition waa referred to tht Committee oa
MAtlArinOSBTTI WAR DI1T.
Mr. Bumaar preeeated the memorial of tht Com
moDwaalth of Muaechueette, through her Legltle
tort, taking to bt relmburitd for moneya expended
la tht war for tht Oortramenl. Referred to Com
mil tee oa Naral Affalra.
Mr Wlleon preeenttd a petition from ettliena of
Maataebaietta, letting furth tbt ortla of lotoxloa
tlon, and aaklog the page of a law proTldlog for
tho dlamlaaal of any officer la tbt elrll, military, or
naral eerrleo of the United SUtta found guilty of
Intoxication. Referred to Coumltttt on tho Ja
ALIXARDaiA AKD ARLIROTOX.
Mr. Vaa Winkle preitnted alx different rtmoo
traaeaa from ellliena of Alexandria oounty agalnit
tbt pautgt or the bill rotroctdlng that oounty
to tbt Pi "trie t of Colombia, Referred to Com
mittee on Dlitrlet of Colombia.
Mr. Uarrla presented tht petition of- Cyphax,
a. (wrauvr BltTt OQ IBO Ar IDIWD CltatO. sUkifiaT Con.
greet to eon firm blm la tht roaaeaalon of fifteen
acree af land lelt to hla mother by tht former
Mr. Riddle Introduced a bill to amend aa act
concerning Kotarlea Pabllt for tht Dlitrlet of Co
lumbia, approred April 8, 168. It ao amanda
tbli act aa to laertaet the number of Notarial to
nuyt ana an additional appointment! aball bt madt
in puriuanot of tht proriiloni of that act. It waa
referrod to tht Committee oa tht Dlitrlet of Co
lombia, MIICBLLAKIOUI 1 171 IK I It.
Mr. Morrill, from tht Committee on Commerce,
reported back, with inndry amendment., tht bill
further to prevent amuggllng, and for other pur
poiea. To day baring been let apart for the oonafdera
tlon of bllle from the Committee on Claim, a large
number of ptlralt bllla from that eommllteo were
accordingly called up and properly dlipoied of.
iur. viers oaiiea up iue uouie bill to extend tbt
Jurlidictloa of tht Court of Clalmej which wai
On motion of Mr. Clark. It wu reiolred that
wbeo the Senate adjourn It bt to meet on Monday
On motion of Mr. Foland, the bill to provide for
tht payment for quartermaiter'i itorei and tub
alitenct aappllea furnlibed to the army of the
United State! wax taken up and amended
Oa motion of Mr. Poland, the further tonaldera
tlon of tbt bill waa poitpoaed until Tueiday next,
and made the apodal order for one o'clock.
it la aa I0U0-1:
A Bill to provide for tht payment for quertermae-
tera' Voreaand aubiliteoce auppliea furalihtd
to tht army of tho United Statea.
JJt i( martvt by ikt Senafand Houh of Iteprf.
ttntatwfi of th Umttil Statu of Amsrico in Con
giti$ a$mhlit That all olalmi of all loyal peraone,
at t exceeding f 500, for quarter unit era' atorei aotu
ally furulebid to tbt army of tht United Statea and
reoelpttd for by the proper officer receiving the
tame, or which may hare been taken by auoa offl
tar without giving auch raoelpt, may bt iqbmltted
to the Quart ermutor Oeneral of the United Statea.
accompanied with auch proof! ai auch claimant can
preeentoftbefaetainrlecaaet and It ihall bt the
duty of the Quartermaster Oeneral to cauie auch
claim to be examined, and If convinced that inch
claim li Juit, and that inch clalmaot, at the time
iucb elalm aocruad, waa loyal to tht Government of
the United Stetei, aad haa aver alnee ao remained,
and baa never In aar way voluntarily aided the re
bellion, and that auch itorea were actually received
or taken for I be me of, and uied by aald army, then
to report each care to the Third Auditor of the
Trraiury, with a recommendation for eettlemeat.
Sxo. 2 And 1$ it fttrtktr tmaritd. That all
clilma of loyal pertoni not exceeding $500, rot tub
ltence actually furnlibed to aald army, and re
cetpted for by the proper offioer recti ring the earne,
or which may have been taken by auch officer! with
out giving aueh receipt, may be lubmlttrd to tho
Com mlnery Oeneral of SqUUteoce, accompanied
wltb tuch proof aa oaoh claimant may bare to offer;
and It ibalt bo the duty of tbo Commliiary Oeneral
of Subilitence to earne eaah elalm to be examined,
and If coavloewd that It la Juit, and that the claim
ant at tbe time aueh claim accrued waa loyal lo the
Qorernmant of tbe United Statea, and haa over
alnee 10 remained, and haa never In any way rolun
tarlly aided tbe rebellion, and that tht atorei were
received or taken actually for the me of, and med
by aald army, then to report taob caaa to tht Third
Auditor or the Traaury, with a re oomm en da tlon
Sxo. 3. And I it further tiuutvt. That all loyal
ptnona having elalma exceeding $500 for quarter
ai altera atorei or for mbilitenoe actually furnlibed
to tbt army of the United Stated, and raoelpted for
by the proper officer reoelrlng tbe aame, or which
may have been taken by auch offioera without giv
ing inch receipt, for tbe mo of and act a ally uaed
by aald army, mayproiecute aueh elalma agalnit
the United ptatei In tbe Court of Clalma, la tht
manner and to tbe extent now provided by law for
tbt proiecutloa of claim agalnat tbe United Statea
In aueh court. And If iucb cUiiqant aball tabllih
bytrldenco that at the time hla claim accrued be
waa loyeJ to the United Statea, and hai ever alnee
10 remained, and that hebai nerer In any way vol
untarily elded the rebellion, aueh court aball ren
der Judgment lo faror of auch claimant for ao much
of hla claim aa la found to be imtlr doe. and inh
judgment aball bt paid out of any money Iq the
n'Mmji ta.yprujjf.aT.Lcii .in ma pnifltDi or quarter,
maetara' itorea and labilitanot aapptlii reipect
Irely. BXLIOIOCI II00RP0R4T10S.
On motion of Mr. Pomeroy, the bill to Ineor.
porete the Fint Congregational Society, of Waah.
Ington. waa taken up and paired.
TUB RIDRR OR TDB POflT OmCI ArrROPBIATION
Mr, Poland entered a motion to reconitder the
hill by which the amendment to tbt Poit Offie ep
propriatloq bill, reitrlcting tbe Prealdent'a power
aa to removal from office, yai paased.
On motion of Mr. 0 Haiti, the Hen elf proceeded
to t))t poniljIeratiDn of executive buiioeix, and,
after 10m time ipent therein, adjourned.
HOUSE OF ntPRKSENTATIVES.
TWBNTr TIIOCIAiD DOLLAR BEBKL!.
Tbe Speaker laid before tbe Hume a menage
from tbt Vrtildtnt In reply to a resolution of the
Uouie requeuing Information ai to the naraea of
peraoni worth more than twenty thousand dollar
to whom pardona bare been lnued, and alio aa to
the amount of property wblgh, aa abandoned land,
bad come Into the pouaiiton of the United Statea
Government, and which bai been returned to tht
original ownora. Tbe Preildeot tremmlta, In re.
eponie to theie Inqulrlee, report! on tbt aubjtct
from tbt Secretary of War, tbt Secretary or State,
the Secretary of tbe Treuury, and the Attorney
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u six ax, uftiii.ueji niku b vupj vi in amneiiy proc-
je?t of the Inqulrlti. The tueuage waa laid upon
the table, ant! ordetad to bo prtntad.
1 mt jtjuaing i.cii emoricea in (DO Mporfj traai
mltted by tbe Preildeot are tbie: Over 7,1 Op par
dona hart been granted under tht amacity proola
matlon, of whlob between 000 and TOO bare not yet
been iiiued, Ai to the property aalaed under tbe
aot of Congreaa of 1862, all auch property haa beta
restored in tbe oaiei of nenoni Dardone. exaent In
the 1 ail 1 where legal p oceediugi imtitatod for tht
condemnation of aa h property have bean brought
to a conolualon. The Secretary of the Trraiury,
iu c-ariBry ui p.ij( sdu ue Aimrnoy uenerai
atate that tbey have no reoord In their respective
Deoartmcota abowinz the amount of Dronartv. ril
pergonal, aifd mixed, wb'oh has been rtHoredf but
tht Ant named "aavi t but the Undf which hart
been aelied wort iranifrred to the freedmei.'i
Bureau for tht mt of tbt freedmea. Tite'Cdrnmli
eloner of Freedmen'x AlTatri, In the document!
lubmltted, eitjmatei the auhlir of a? re which
bare been rtitored to the original ela.l.nanLi at
orer 0,0)Q. The landi brlonglog to tbt lion
Wis AUeo were reitoied on the recommendation
of MaJ. (ita. Sicklei. The rojllsg ta,lll a( ofaeou,
Oa., were rtitored to ihejr owneri on tbe reoom.
Rendition of Lieut. Oen Uraot, Q antral Mtlgi
aaji that tbt railroad! which bad been aelaed ai a
military neoeiilty bart been reitortd on tbt con
dltlon that tbelr affalra bt placed In the handa of
loyal director!. Tbe report! are quite roUtnlaoui,
covering upward of 000 page! of manuiorlpt.
Mr. Sterem, of Pannivlranla. moved that there
be prints, for tht uit of tbt Home, twenty thou
land extra coplea 0 tbli menage, with tbe accom
panying document. The motion wai referred to
the Committee on Printing. T f
Mr. tavw, pf PiDoiylraoia, 00 learo, Intro,
driced tbt following reiglutfop, wbloh wai read and
Ri&Utd by tht StnaU and Huums of Rmnunt.
fittvu in Vongrttt autwUUd, That tbe Congreaa of
h tvD.i oiaiei oi America nave learned wltb
daip rigrtt of tht attempt nude upon tht lift of
the Kuiptror of Boaata by aa, enemy of emanctpa
tlonj and tht CongTtae aend tbelr creeling to 111!
Imperial Majeity. and to tht Riuilaa nation, and
eongratalatea tbe twenty mtlllone ol aerfa upon the
prarldenttal eacape from danger of tbt torerelgn to
whoea bead and heart they owe tht bleating of their
Mr, Morrill, of Vermont, aaked that the bill
hitherto reported by tbt Committee of Waya and
Meana, to amend tbt pretest Internal rerenot law,
bo Dt! 0 ted with tht later modtfleetlona enarrtitod IS
tbe committee, and taken up for eonilderation on
nonaay neii ana it waa ao orcerea.
Mr. Bank, of Meaaaehmette, aiked that the cor.
recpondinct of tht Secretary of State with the
Britten Mlotiter, In relation to certain elalma of
uriiiin lurjecu ror Illegal detention and fmprleon
meat, be printed and referred to the Committee on
Foreign Affaln; and It wax ao ordered.
Mr. IngtTvoll, of HHnol, from tho Committee on
tbt Dlitrlet of Columbia, reported a bill to amend
an aot entitled "An act to Incorporate the Guardian
Sooiety of the Dlrtrlrt of Columbia,1' and aiked
that the aame be referred to tht Committee on Pub
lit Bulldlngft and It wax ro ordered
Mr, Cox, from Ibe committee of conference on the
disagreeing rotea of the two Honiei on tht bill te
amend an act entitled "An act In relation to habeas
rwrfma,1' made a report) which wai Concurred to,
Mr. Eoktey, of Ohio, from the Committee on
Public Landa. retorted a bill for tho arrtotntma.ni
of a aorveyor general for Idaho Territoryj which
waa reaa a inira time, ana piuiea.
ITbla bill mrnvMsiai llitt iha Praalrlnnt A-M .
point, by and with tbe advice and content of tht
Senate, a aorveyor general for Idaho Territory, at
an annual eaTerr of S3. 000. bcaldea allowance tnr
elerk hire, office rent, and fael.
wiar roixr CADBTR.
Mr. Palo, of Wlieoniln, on leare, Introduced
the following joint reiolutlom
D U Tttotvrd by th Stnots and JIouu of lUvro-
Httiattrti of tJU lnUtd Statu of Amrira ' Con
grtit vwiW, That all peraone who have per
formed merit or) om aerrlcta, aa office rar enllited
men la the Army of the United St e'en, for a period
of not leaa than two yian during tho late rebellion,
ihalt, if poaaeailog the other qualification! now
preecribed by law, 1 eligible to the appointment
lo tho Military Academy of tbt Uolttd Statta until
twenty-four yeara of age) and all perionx who hare
performed auch lerrlct for a period of leu than two
yeara ahall. If poaieiilog tht other qualifications
now p rticrlbed by law, be eligible to appointment
to aald Military Aoademy natll twenty-three yeara
Mr. Paint laid that tht 1 object matter of the
resolution waa provided for by one of tba leottom
of the army bill; but loaamuon aa come time would
probably elapat before final action could bt had
upon that bill, ht wlabed tht Home to act upon
tbli reiolatlon at once, ao aa to oorer caaea now
Mr. Randall. Of Pannitvnlav AMavetxl nnl.si
tht word "white'' wax tmerted before tht word
Tbt resolution waa rafarrad in Lba CammttUa ati
Mr. Ineerloll. Of Illlntila. trnwn tht. ritinintlraa as
tbe DlltliCt Of Columbia- ailtaA hnl. f-IIail tnnhloln
nnanlmoui oonaent that tbt Committee of the
Wbole ahoold bt dlaaharrad fim lh rnrtkar At-
alderatlon of tht joint reaolotlon appropriating
$23,000 for tbo aanltary Improvement of Waahlng.
Mr. Ingenoll, from tho rame committee, reported
tht bill to Incorporate the Howard Inatltuto and
Home of tht Dlitrlet of Columbia; which waa read
a third ttmt and j aired.
Alio, the bill to Incorporate tho 'Aeadomy of
Mmlo or lb Dlitrlet of Columbia wbloh wai read
a third time and parted.
Alio, the bill to amend tbt charter ot tbt Waah.
Ington On-light Company, (by which the capital of
tbt company la lncreaaed to $300,000,) which waa
ri ad a third time and pawed
Alio, Senate bill to enlarge the powen of the
lery court of the county of Waihtogton, In tht Dli
trlet of Columbia 1 wbloh waa rtad a third time and
Alio, tbt bill to Incorporate tbt National Sarlan
and Dtpoilt Company of the DUtrict of Columbia,
with the recommendation that It do not paai. Aad
tbe bill wai accordingly laid upon tbe table.
Mr. McColIongh, of Maryland, from tht Com
mittee on the District of Columbia, reported back
tbe bill to autboriie the txtenalon, conitruotton
and me of a lateral branch of tho Baltimore and
Potomac railroad loto and within tbe DUtrict of
Columbia, wbLh wai read a third tlmt aod paieej.
Mr. Walker, of Ohio, from tbe aame committee,
reported tht bill to Inoorporato tht National Theo
logical Ioitltute of tht Dlitrlet of Columbia) which
waa read a third tlmt aod paased. The object of
thii bill li to provide for tht education of freedmtn
for tbe Christian mtnlitry.
Mr. MoCulIough, of Md , on leave, Introduced a
bill lo autboriie the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad
Company to eomtruet a braooh road from any
point between Kooxrllle, Md , and Monooaoy junc
tion, Into tbe Diitrlct or Columbia, which waa read
twice and referred to tht Committee on tbe
plstrlct of Columbia.
Mr. Baldwlo, of Man , from the Committee on
the District of Columbia, reported back tbe bill to
establish tn tbe District of Columbia a reform school
for hoy, with aundry amendment!. Pending the
ooqiideratlon of tbe bill the morning hour expired,
10 tbt bill went orer under tht rule.
THR ORADR OP QB1IRAL BXV1TXD,
On motion of Mr. Doming, or Conn , the Houne
then proceeded to the eonilderation of the bill to
rerlrt tht grade of Utneral In the army of the
Ualtd Statea, hitherto reported from the Commit
tee on Military Affaln.
Mr1 Doming proceeded to advocate tbt passage
of tbt bill d some extended remarks. He ex
plained lti pruvliloni, showing that on tht icore of
economy no objection could be urged agalnit tbe
measure. He adrerted to the honors whlob all tbe
great nation! of tht world, In tlmei put, had paid
to tbelr military heroei, and reviewed tho glorious
achievement! of Oeneral Orant, which rendertd
hla, worthy the proadeit reward! that the nation
Mr. Raymonl of N. T., briefly gart txpreitton
to bla lenit or tht transcendent aervlcea of Oeneral
Orant, and hoped that the bill would pan.
Mr Steven, of Penn., laid though be might not
bt thought rery mod it to lighting hla taper In tbt
foot or the biasing lumlnarlei wbloh had juit ihown
upon the Home, he yet deilrel to add hlitestlmony
to all that had been ao tlllt I lllil In MAmman.latmn
of tbe Lieutenant Oeneral. Tbe compliment which
tbli bill proposed to bestow upon Oeneral Orant
waa a cheap and honorable mode of rewarding tht
distinguished serried which that officer had ren
dered to tbe country. He agreed with tbt gentle
man from NewTork Mr. llaymondj In being will-
Inj-toclrt to the bero not only tb otDoe created
by tb.la Mil, bat a atll higher offloe, wheoev
parPJ tnoment tot doing io if) all krrlve.
Elaise c woald otore, bowerfr, to amen.
Ill by tbe a44ltloo of tbs following rrorlioj
Vroviditl. That whenarar a. innsw ah.ll .
In too oHc ol l,lcutenant Ooucral, by death or
olbsrrrlse, the raoanoy ahall not bo filled until
artsr llis death of Lieutenant Oonerel Wlnteld
Bootti and that there shall bs bat one Lieutenant
sir. MsKee, of Kentucky, spoke In opposition to
f be bill was further discussed by Messrs. Plnsk,
of Ohio t Bmllh, of Kentnek.i ilo.ers. of Ka. .!.,.
a.yg Sbellabargar and Delano, of Ohio, and others
all or whom adroeatsd u pasaage.
Mr. Demlnir. of Connectient. than d.m.n.,1 ih.
previous qnastlon, which was ssoonded, end, under
Ibe operation thereof, the Homo refussd to agree
to tne amendment to the bill proposed by Mr
Stevens; the rote thereon being yeas 60, nays 78.
The question then reourred upon tho passage of
the bill,' aifd tbe question telcr taken by yeas and
nays, resulted yeas 117, navsll.
So tbe bill panel.
The followln. Is a oopj of the bill In the forn. n
whlsh It passed,
A sill torevlre the grade of Oeneral In th. United
Bt II inarttd Ay tht Stnaltand Horn of lttprtient.
ntivtl i,f tht UitltiJ Statu of Anuriea In Congrtii
a,mhl.,l, That the grade of 'General or the army
of the United State," be, sol the same ts hereby,
revlrodi and tho President Is hereby authorised,
by and with the advloo and eonaent of tho Senate!
p.n.r,lofth.a,n1,ofth.Unl..d Stales, lo be'
Selected from among those o0lo.rs In the military
s.rviee of tbi United States rublt dlstloiulshad fur
nuvu.i., u. ...uua.uii. .speoieoi, so appoint,
ooornge, skill, and ability, wh6 being eommlhloiod '
si Ocnsral may be authorised, under th. direction '
and darlnor the ril..ei,r. nf lh. 1I.nt
TT 7T. " 2 r . 7. .7 wv --'' " VWU1' ,
mind lh. armica of the Unite J htat...
Eee And I it fitrlliir ontictel, That tbe pay
proper of tlie qeneral shall bs 100 per month, Ind
hl allowances In ,11 other respeots shall bs the
seine were allowed to the Lieutenant Oeneral by
tbo second section of tho aot approved February
39, 18o, entitled "An aft reviving tbe grade of
Lieutenant Oeneral In the United Statee army,"
aad the said Oeneral nay seleot for his chief of
staff a brlgadlsr gsneral from among the offlo.rs or
the army holding tbat ranki and may appoint upon
bis staff such number of aids, not oseeodlngslz, aa
he may Judge proper, whoahall each have the rank,
Pr, mi eorjmfiits of a oolonel of eavalry,
' A uatniiti of 'Mill ana) resolutions were Intro
duced and appropriately rsfstrsd, '
And then, at i 80 p m., the lions, adjoarnea).
Tub arnoqnt 6f drhtoms paid at tho port of
San rranolse. dgrlni tbs monlh of April was oyer
Ten. Pencil, And fttUflorn.
StRAWiiRMM are tell tog for one dollar
per quart in Norfolk.
A inoKXAKiB rcomplaJni that he lost hla
all by tbt falttr of tht March en la National Bank,
FiTas white men were whipped for Inrcenv
la North Carolina a few dayi ago, by ordir of
Geomk O. IIowkrs, forrnarlya'wififlrrea.
pondent of Philadelphia pa pert, died la that city
yeiterday, of heart disease.
Promt, the Philadelphia butcher, hu told
the chief of police where to look for aa umbrella ht
itott from tht Decrlag borne.
A foRRMronDicxT In HftTarm writes that If
be wanted to deicrlbt tht Iiland of Cob In a tin
git lint, ht should call It 'The land of the flea and
tbt home of tbt alart.'
Adyicm from llonolnlu state that the
teamer Kltene, which waa supposed to bt hope
Itisly wrecked, hex arrived comparatively un
harmed. Profmsor Maitland, the Mtl-splritual.st,
arch-lllmlonlit, an baslU-conthaumatirxiiL with
Miii Jane F, DiHon, preilldlgttatoreaat, art tn-
gagea in me mow builneit down Sooth,
Tim publication of the AVUmlnirton Herald
e io ot resumed on the litb I nit ant by Thomaa
W. Cooke, esq , the former tdltor of'the paper.
Mr. Cooke li an able (otraallat and a atauneh
friend of the Administration.
KuxAbbtT! TrioRM and Jacob W. Italah
bart commtneed suit at San Franelaco gal nit An
B. Meroer, of the attamtr Continental, to recover
damigea, amounting to $8,800, for loaa of baggage,
detention, and fraud.
Tie convention called to consider the pro
priety of orgaalalpg a separate State government
forEaat Tenoeiiet met at Knoxrtlla Thurtday.
The prtsldtnt of the conrentton wax authorlitd to
appoint a committee to bring tht rtsolatlon before
The President has approved the bill au
thorising and empowerlotr the Secretarr of tba
Treaeury to remit, or, ir paid, to refund, aay dotln
levied on product ihlppelfrora a port of tht United
Statea to a port of th United Sutei via Canada,
If th laid product wax actually in transitu aod
debarred by lee when tbt recent rtclproclty treaty
with Canada expired.
The Montgomery (Alabama) Ltdntr re
late! that Oen. Toombx la In Harana negotiating
vr m, utgTo Mine, ine uenerai aaya tbat bt In
tend! te make Mexico hli future home, but lint be
would proceed to France, procure an Interview with
tht Emperor, and learn from him bla lint of noller.
If the Emperor promised to lutein Maximilian, be
would tell tbe Emperor that ht had ttlll a little
money left with which to make a home In Mexico
for hla family, while tht balance of bla fortune bt
wai willing to Invest In powder and lead. Toombe
hai orldently dlicarded hla notion or calling the
roll of bla alarca on Bunker Hill.
Outhe3J latt., br tbe Bar. J. II. If Lemon, Tho-,
Lawn aad Uaat ACdTaaxB. both or tale city,
Oa Friday, May 4. A dim Couxr Ovaowixi.
Hla fr1eda and aequalaUaeea are lerlUi to atlead hla
faaeral oa Saaday seat, 0th last., at fomr e'aloek i. n ,
rrom ibe retldeeeeof Caarltt Eimaa. q .4A1 Four
Oa rrlday.Hay 4, at alee o'clock, p n. , of beart 4li
eat after a Itmcertsi lllaeti of eareral wiekt, which
be bore wllb Cbriallae pttltnte an re-Uaatloa. araix
Ro, wife of Emaaeel B, Catoa, la tie J7ih year of bar
TIiefrliBde and relaltree of tbe family are reect.
full' Invited ta lUnJ K fsita.P.I -.. b uvn ttl...
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ibrce o'clock Sueder aruraooa, tbe h leal.
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LOOUI9, aiiinaar oirtut, S38
reaesTltaiila avenae. neap Mru, .t
Klatb fslreet, ateaJe to all braaebee pertalolar to the
profea-lee, Ualfuitnatloa f the month eerrecled, aad
very varlelj of artificial eeuwade. apft.ly
BOOKSILLIR AK0 BTATIOIfEK,
Uirenasvlvaaia areane. S doora waatafiriBili i,ui
All tba Haw twtAlra at Ilia aiaraa ..!.. J l.ll.l.l.
oroalisae from the prest, aad for sale at pobn.btr.'
Inporled Btatlontry and Amtrttaa ttaaafaetar,of all
,rl!r'w ?.d """''l.-1 lb ! t Hew Tork prfeea.
1.1. T i . .! ' aaea, tea dui to order
Itboat Islla artlma
aad platea enfrared la the
All Medio. Booae aurplled at pnblltbera raUa.
raptraad Bavelopae ttamed to enter. a2 If
tost orrici hiws stahd,
i fJ a
iia. .... .i ui iimee ail tae
UiOlZlHES, CUI1P PP8U01TIOBS, STATlOrttBI
. Of ALL KHIDS.
ale. all Ibe BOainiMI -PIl reaalved al Ibe
fir aate aa aooa as leaned.
Tni WILT AMD WIHCXT XrrUBLICSX are
b " , ... BBBaeripiiona received.
ijnilK NORTH AMERICAN LLOYD.
"'JJ.0X''',U" ' "a1 eleaaiere belweca
t aBW IOBK AHD UKIMI.f VIA COWBS,
wllb eomforlable accotnmodatlonc for paaaaaaara of all
"v,.,rke..,THSDAhT8,;'",4 '""" UU- &"' "
BALTIC, S.ouo loaa, l,a0Q boras power. A. O.
Joee. Rommaad.r 26th Aoril
WS8TBRK M.TKOPULI,I,IH io.a, l.isw ""''""
IIOTar. Cam nsadas
DetLllC, A. O. Job ,.",."
An rXDrlacei snrjan. n i...m,A
Hit J out.
The Cvupaey will aot be reapuaalhle for epeole or
valaablis, ualeaa bllla of I ad lux, bavlax tbe valae ox
praaaaJ, are alxned tbererur.
r.V'J! !f1p,rif ? -pWc la fold, er lto eoalvaleati
Flrit Cablp, ftliUt batuad, titt-Mi 6taraxV. 17 M.
keterallekeiai KBi IJ, ai W f Btaerai, 17.60.
rut freight aad uaaeago epply to
JJll K KUVAMB k CO,
309 Feaaa. ave , or a7 Lonlslaaa ave ,
igeaia fur D O.
47-for mbscriptloo lo tbe stock of tbli Compear
off.nag a aafe and divMeod -paying Uveatmeal, appfr
, . JOIlrf jj ELVAM8 & Cli.,
Agealifor D, O.
TsTISHINO TO QIVK ENTIRE AT-
If laafloa tn Ilia Wat.t s.Ana... t..j. a. ..
f ' "' Baelaeaa, llaeladla, Carrlesa sod Wheal Slock.)
IIAUUWaKI at eo.llb exianaaaiddat H0","8
To de.'ler. and olbara wboMT.d.e n.a e.,..i a
,.tlf "' lh masks!, are aatrilils. f, carry heavy
'Jt'tXi !f"B' V'" I ' "f"") 7 small
Hu.unitae at woolceale r ea
JOUST It. ELVANS k CCI .
Spa rBB-ylyaBlB Ayaaua.
T? o , p y e n
OfiNERAIi WINB MEaOHANTS.
Offer for sals, la Q,ucBtlt!sa to aoll,
Staadsrd Sbarrlaa, Beparlor Old Porta,
Choice alad-iraa, Claret aad HblaeWlaes
Barsoady, Uoaalle, aad Whlla Wloaa,
koperlcr Old Bye ead Boarboa Whiskies.
C1I0I0! OLD CO0N10 BBAVOUS,
lelss Vtsmm k Co.'t CbBrnps, nee,
Yerseaey, fcry Verssasy.aad Oablast.
Alao, a fall aeeoilwaaUr
CJIOSSI k KlA0FtL'l P1CKLM AK lrjpU
Palea, Sardlaee Ollvea, Jlerdaaai OUs, die,
BI0H Ol Till ObLDIX 1AOLI,
u.iH b.i. teSfiaajja
Major General Cantty
Uritbd Statrs Cucl it CoiJrt B-fort lUn. B,
II, Dunll, Jndg$ J. r, Tweed vs. B. F. Han
dera Thii li aa action to recover a lot ol privet
etttoa, tonsil ting of $73 balei, alleged te V bcW
ther captured r abaci one 4 properly under any act
or Congreu, nor by vlrtae of any military eel 1 are,
and In no part of which tht Oortrnmeot of th
UnlUd Etatea. fcaa aay interest, but which tbt dt
ftndant unjustly withhold! from tb plalatlC"
A writ of lequeitratlon bad been limed com
manding tht UnlUd States Marthal to take the
property Into hli poesaiiton, aad hold tht aame
aubjeet to tht order of tbt court,
Tbt defendant, It loema, la order to prtrtnt th
execution f the writ, had Induced MaJ. Gen.
Canbyto Interfere, and bold tht cotton agalnat
tht mandate of tht UnlUd States court by bayonet,
be, Oen. Caaby, claiming tht right to deolde a to
whether tbt court bad Jurladlellon.
Th point before the court to-day earne np oa a
rule taken against tbe defendant and Maj.Oen.
Canby, to ahow cauae why they should not b pun
lihtd aa for contempt, for oUt reeling a proem of
the Olrcalt Court of tht UnlUd State.
Th hearing wai poitponed at tbt Instance of the
respondent! lo tht ral.
The Jadgt, la granting tbe motion for a poet
ponemont, made aome ileal no eat remarks, to tbt
effect that If tht Major Oeneral commanding tht
Department exercised tho power to decide th ques
tion! before tbe oourl, he should decline to lit
while aueh a it ate of thing! wai tolerated t and that
If It waa claimed the eonrt had aotjartadlctloa, tht
proper utnuoa to biiiii mat ciaim wai not By an
'awful force to obttrnot the proceii of a limited
State's tribunal, which ran agalnit all, both email
and great, bat to Interpoie a plea upon which tht
court Itself would decide, aobject to a review by the
United Statea Supreme Court.
Sullivan. Billing!, and Hughia for plelotliT, Da
rant and Horner for defendant. General Canby la
person, reproieoted alio by Judge Adrocato Clin
ton and United Statea Diatrlet Attorney Goodlot.
iV. O. Timti, April 28.
AerCalrmrx Dapflet Church mttte every
Sabbath ) IbeCbareh, eoraer of tlxhtb aad Q atreele.
Serrlee every 8a a4 ay al It a. at. aadevealag. leale
free. Bey. T. B, Ilewlett. pasUr. 4 a.-n-tf
a-Tmsnrr Department, April a, 1SH
If etlee Is b.bf five, tbst ike Trcasercr ei Ue VelM
States, tbe lliliUil Trceiarers al Hew Teik, rbllaial.
Shla, aed Boston, aed tbe ValUd Slelee D.posliarlco al
Bsltlnero aad C1iclsn.il bate baa. directed I. dlaeoa
Uaae from Ibis dste the recalil of dspoells oa aeeeealet
IIUroSiRT LOIN, cicapl tbeae letaadsd for Clear,
la, -bona, parpoaas. II. McOOLtOCH,
M7fl- Bacratsry of tbs Trsscarjr,
1- Tre.surjr Dcp.rti.ant, April T, ltM.
STotlee la baraby f Iraa Ibsl oa tbe 1Mb as? of Utr,
lUS, lbs lalereal apoa all eartlScalae of depaelt oa as
oasuriataporarr loaa (olbar Ibea tbeae Isaaed lot
Cleariafaoeeo parpoaea) Ibea enUlaallBf aed napald
will b. sadnead to Ibe aeirorm rate o( FIVZ I1B CUT.
par aaenm from Ibsl data, aad all paraona tbaa aeldla,
ach cartllcataa ea wblcb a blaber rale of lalsrest Is
apaolSad, are reqocatad le praaaat tbe aame te tbe offi
cers br wbota lainad, Ibat otbsr csrtllcates aasr be
laaaal tbcrcfor. rr. McCULLOCD,
Myfl,l Secretary of the Treacory.
aa-At a HhiIb, of Hie H.elcr ll.naa
Palmar.' laeoelalloa oa Tbaraday, afar S, II waa aaaa
Imanaly rraolved Ibat we have ao oceealoa U ebaafo
oas former recolatloo la rcsard to tba pay of Joa'bey
aaaa boaae-palalara, which we are deterulaed s. held
te, vis i as per day.
T. 1. Brows, Haakla Davla,
C. T. Bowaa, J. MeCrlcl.l,
J. T. Caaaall, Kobert Kahesey,
B. n. Clameala, Parker k VcXlcbala.
O' R. CroaaSald, B. . Parker.
W. H. Dsvla, Bocbe a Oray,
Finch St OrTdtt. Uarbarl Blr.tl.p..
C. O. Ilaailltoa k Bre., Oao Twlaberka,
eawk a Bowie. Walle k Uadaea,
Holland k Carr, Jaehay k Spaldlay. '
A meellBf of tbe above aasoclatloa will bs bald al
Ltchan Booae, Loelaleaa aveeae, oe THURSDAY aext.
May 10, el etjbt o'clock. All Iba membera are reqeeelad
lo aluad, as baslaeaa of Importaaae will be brooibl
Byordan O. I. KIBnT.Preat.
Hayt-ll . JOIIM J OKtT,.c fro tn.
Kr Pine and npleisdld steel EDgrarlaaie
of OESlRlL OEOEOg WAjnISOTOH for Bale. Oao
Dollar Each. Seal Free.
Mi"", 1, S. EOBIXSOS,
ap2S-l.e PIllatoB, losirao Meaty, Peaa.
aa-lluelnesa lieu and Uerch.ul. nhoTdal
aire to Ibrow tbelr advertlaamaau leto rbyme, for Ibe
Barpauoav, eaa be aecommodeled by addreaalas
"ononoo,"iihi. ones. apti-u
43-Am.nuensls-Persona tleelrlua; th. .er
vices of . COPTIIT or AMAHDIJISIS, eaa be accommo
dated by a lady wbe wrllea a aaat aad plala bead, by
appljlos at Ho UJ Sixth slnal wsal, balwaea U aad
B Btreete northj ap23.f
-Tli. Can.au of Ilia Toll.t lawrir's D.r.
asa'e Soar. Tbe beat eompooad kaowaforabavlss
aed Ibe toilet. No eaewbowlabee to prcaervo aad
baaatlfy Ibelr cereplciloa ahoold be wllboBt II. Por
ale, wboleaale aad retail, by Kinwau k So, Pbarma
ceottala, Peeesylvaala avesue, aesl coracr of Poor
tccalh street, WaahiB,tOB, D. C. aplo-tf
- Sl.rrlae;. and Celibacy-) ara Bae.jr r
WaralBf aad laatroetloa for Toaef Ilea. Alao, Bla
eeace aed Abnaea which proslrals tbe vital power.,
with core m.aaa of ralUf. 8aal free of cberg. la sealed
lettsraevelopae. Addreaa Dr. J.CKILLDI HonailTO,
Howard Aaaoclatlee.rblladal.bla, re. ap!7 Sin
3-nr.e.tiIx.dlna; Arm The Hoard for
Ike KaamlsatloB of Breeeh-Loadlas Arma,ot which Oca
era! Baaaoek la praaldaal, la Bow la Beealea al Ho. SI
Arms will bs received dally, balwsea tbo boars of 11
a. tn, aad S p. m., natll farlber aollce.
lavoBloraare reqecalad lo asbmlt Ibelr arms la par
aoa or by asset to the recorder of Ibe board.
Capt. 5lh U. 8. Cav., Brev, Lieut. Cot U. 8. A.,
ataWouderfBl but True I Madam nam
laoTox, tha worldTtaowDid Aitrolofltt and Bonaam
bolUtle Clairvoyant, while la a clalrvorint atate, de
Uaeatee tae very faataree of tbe penoa yoa ire to
marry, aad by ibe aid of aa laitrament of laUnae
power, xaowa ai tba rirchomotrop. gsaraatea to pro
duee a perfect aed lifelike plctare of (he fat ore bt.
bead or wife of tbe applicant, with date of uartlaae.
occupation, leading trlte qf cbaraater, c. TMl la ao
Impoiliiee, aa teatlmo&Ula wltboat aamber eaa aieert.
By ikallag ptaee of blrtb, age, dlipoeltlon, eolor f eyea
aad balr, aad eaeloeleg fifty eenta, aad atamped eave
lope addreaaed to yonnelf, yen will receive the plctare
by retaramall, togetber wlib deal red laforniaUea.
Addreaa la coafldeaee, Uaoaaa OxaTacoa naaiaerox,
PO.Boxy,Weet Troy, M. T. oelS-dwly
avMadm Monuta PtlStUv Valtuble
Binedy for that Dlaeaae i alao, a Coaeomptloa Peatroy
er, and aa Satire Cere for tbe Broaebltle, Aatbma, Ac. j
eaa be freed et Btott'a Drag 8tore, eppoelte HaHoeal
Dotelt Olluaa'a, sear Ualropolltaa UoteliTord'a, eor
aerof Ileveatband renniytvaala aveanef Intwlala'a,
eoraerof Twelflb aad reaeaylvaala aveaaa Klllolt'i,
eoraerof T aad Twelflb atreeti) Uarbaagb'e, eoraerof
Aeveat.. aad O. Jall-tf
MsTl hereby certify t bat 1 hare viaed Site.
afosbt'a galea, ror wbat la knowa aa the camp Iteb. It
bad tbe err t to core It la a fry abort time. Tbli wai
daring tbe war, (a1 the year W, aad I avitl myaef of
the 11 nt opportaolty tu gifa It; teitloloo'y la fcibalf ol
her rateable lalve. Tbli eertlficato I give voloatarlly.
pU-lm UURLIS KDV7ABDS.
TTANTI.D. A COLOUED GIRL
TT wletaaaeiioalion Be naneor chaubarmald. Ap
ply .1 No. 19. J.ck.oo Hall allay, betweea Third ead
oaraod'a-ba!f lrsctaacd PcBBevlvaalaavaaBe aad
MAYOU'S OFFICE, CITY HALL,
, , . ws a.ron, D. a , Hay I, !
iV?!?! '."'.". "?'" "' ''ok .oo
IBB lllbleataut,ror Bradlo, B atraat aoalb. freia Pbbb
7,'vBBla BVCBHe to Deventi ilrssl caat.
tba Cowut'laeloper msydlr.cl
M'JJeie will atate Ilia price par eoble yard firiraalBa
fc fc BAR.1IS,
Oujaniteaiooor .( Firia Ward.
,.. i.i w PHTCIIIB,
wy3,dld Commlaelooer of Sislh Ward.
OA8 AMD STKA1I PITTIB,
103 D Sired, betnoea Slilb asd Sevealh alrieta,
WAsamuToa, u, c.
.u.'yj"' "" akeve.BBLiad braaebee of baalaaaa aoll
died aod promptly atleBdad to. ,
rir.l daaa work ,eareeleod at the lowest poe.lble
1 - yasmiwvwf'D.la.'.lffli m. ma.
lOiSlt 'ffl'.f'W1 lTco.lved al tba Waablastoa
ki.;" V"Ub?1'0"' "' ' '" MbalUl.,. sArlaje
hoaae. yer farther parUeaLirs, laoalrs of
.i . 7. 0. MaTTOlf,
nyl-lmyW u,!, Cgi omsadla(,