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WtDNlVDAT MORNiNOii'i.'riUNB 3r. 1818.
" RADICAL prACTIL
eeifar ysars tba radical mtmbtrt of Ibe olf
Republican and present Union parly ban.
pursued'a systematic policy by )ilch thej
hTe Bern able to wield an inonnou Int.ii
(fill, and to affect, In a great measure, thi
destiny of the nation. Their plan of opera
ti'on li to discuss agitate, and promnlgati
thcif fanatlo Ideas and hobbfei through tb
press, the pulpit, the lycenra, on the stump
and In the State and national halts of legis
lation, but never., to press their extreini
Tiews Into platforms, or force them into a
canrass whew there Is any danger of losing
power 'thereby. Nine months in the yeai
they tieVote to propagandises, the remaining
three months they giro to the study of rio
tory'and success at the polls. They do not
surrender their radical hopes or creed, the)
only keep them In abeyance to make anothci
push at proselytlsm as soon as a campalgL
Not to break with the party inpowrr. to
keep their leaden In position, to claim aV
results as a verdict for their side, Is the
shrewd programme which crcry expert radi
cal carries, out They say "if wo cannot
get all we, want this time wc will get what
we can and try for the remainder at the next
heat"1 They know well the talne of organi
sation they know the fatality of once being
defeated they therefore never dared and
never will have the courage to make a dis
tinct issue and separate Controversy befort
the people. In both national elections In
which the political party now dominant ba
carried the country, radical measures and
radical leaders hare been signally defeated
The people always hare and always will re
buke them when they show their band. Bui
radical batteries are masked, and do not
open till after an election. Nothing coul
more forcibly illustrate this fact than the
history of the Thirty-Ninth 'Congress. Thi
Radicals bad, at the opening of the present
session, three objects to obtain: First, the
enforcement, by legislation or constitutional
amendment, of negro suffrage upon the latelj
insurrectionary States; second, tho preven
tion of representation from the same Statct
in Ihet national councils and in the electoral
college, which chooses The Pxcsidext foi
1868; third-land perhaps the purpose the)
had most at heart and the only point ii
tvbjci.they expected final success, was the
defeat pf the presidential policy of restora
tlon In the Fortieth Congress. Considering
Tn FatsiDEXT's policy, if successful, no.
only likely to be universally acceptable, but
sure to rout and ruin Radical expectations.
they regard it as a matter of life and deatl
that the coming Congress shall not be carried
In its favor. They have already abandonei
their first lino of battle. We hear nothing
more of compulsory suffrage or congressional
interference with the titate right of regulat
ing franchise, save In some pulpit commen
tation, or in the ravings of some Individual
rhapsodist The Radicals have long been
skirmishing on their second line, and intend
to make a desperate struggle upon it. !
Tennessee is properly manipulated, and goes
for the Constitutional amendments, they will
feel highly encouraged In their undertaking
to keep the eleven lately Insurgent Statet-
out or tho electoral college, and then put in
. a man after their " own heart," who will stick
at nothing. They will however throw away
everything for the possession of the Fortieth
Congress, knowing if in power there the
can gain all they desire. They havo been
casting overboard some very heavy material
to lighten their sinking ship, and we should
not be surprised if, before the present Con
gress adjourns, it will try to steal and adopt
Tni PaxsioExr policy, assuming it as their
own, and endeavor to get back into power
on the very principles they bave been de
nouncing and opposing for half a year. It
remains to be seen whether the pcoplo will
be humbugged by the cheat
THE SOLDIERS AND NA1XOIIV
; ORPHANS FA III.
'JFWr Charity, b tbou my gnett.
A0 be iky eoutant epoch jny breast."
The ladies' engaged in the fair for the ben
efit of the orpins of soldiers and sailors
killed In the war of the rebellion are mani
festing an energy and persistence of purpose
and 'a noble devotion worthy of the great
cause m which they are engaged. The ter
rible heat of this heated term does not cool
their enthusiasm, and they Invite charity
daily and nightly in the most bewitching
manner, and spread their Christian snares
with consummate art and grace. I he ar
rangements of the fair are sufficiently at-
tractive to draw crowds, and the fascinations
of the fair attendants upon the tables are po
tent0 enough to', incite iany patriotic person
to dig into the last ditch, .for a dollar to be
appropriated for the children of those who
hava ihed their life blood fur the countrv.
Some very valuable articles have been dis
posed of by raffle, and the casting of lots for
rich 'presents Is constantly goixgon. The
Maynard rifle, at tho Massachusetts table,
which was much coveted,' nas been disposed
of. .Major Cuaklis Q. Uootas, of the B os
ton 'journal, and Mr. Nbt;VAirv'VuRD, the
steel cannon manufacturer, Invested largely
In thflcbanCt: but failed to secure the prize.
Their vaptto Is, " better luck next time ' and
their consolation ut that the money'ipent
was given to a holy cause. Gen. Cobik, of
Wisconsin, was tbe winner 01 ino rme,
Mrs. latitat has entto.the Fair two very
rich and desirable articles. One U a silk bfrt-
qufltj on which much tasteful needlework, sant.
tilled by the purest patriotism isdieplajed.
It bears In the centre a blue star in a white
field, on which aro lesser stars corresponding
with the number of U(ates which Mr. Lin
coln believed to be In the Union after the
rebellious attempt to shatter the Ooiem
ment had been defeated .Among these a tsrs
is the national eagle, and around It the
rnottrpr-.,E riuribua Unum,M The quilt is
bordered with strlDea of red and white. On
ih fltber side, in splendid embroidery, are
repretaated beautiful flowers, the AU-Seeing
ye 9Mcj '.patches over our country's des
ibiy, boe-hfri representing our country's
industry, and ao Wj cm representing too
Chatr of State. This magnificent specimen
f needlework was a present to Mr. Lixcolx
Vom Mrs? WiLLilx Hailow, (of Oregon, in
1861, and ills now given to the ladles of the
Fair by Mrs. Lixc-oln; ' Every stitch In ft
was taken under a! truly patriotic Impulse,
ind the offering thus made by Mrs. Ijircolm
to this good cause is, under the circum
stances, a verylnterestlngone.
Air, uvcout alio rends an A ngnsn, wrought
y a beautiful lady of the far West. Upon it
a worked an esgle In a blue centre. In the
talons of the great American bird are the her-
ildic emblems constituting pur national coat
f arms. Ii, has In the corners emblems of
peace and union, a Roman helmet, etc The
jordcrs are of white, red, and blue.
At almost every table In the Fair may be
bund beautiful things that are offered for
tale alow terms or put up to be disposed of
v lot or "raffle. A stroll throush the build.
ug will repay any one m search of an even
ng's enjoyment, and opportunities for in
vestment are 6ficred suited to all sorts and
conditions of purses provided they havo
in y thing in them at alt.
Lieut, Geo. Grant and staff will honor the
Fair with their presence this evening. The
distinguished hero will be expected to make
STATE ACTION L'IOX THE CON
The Governors of New York, Ohio and
New Jersey have declined to call extra ses
sions of their respective Legislatures for ac
tion upon the newly proposed constitutional
amendment The Governor of Maine has
leferred to the majority of other States, and
hns it seems to bo agreed that the matter
mall, substantially, be left for the considera
tion of the people before it Is acted upon,
which is as It should be.
I.IVITATIOS TO TUUIMIBSIDGST AMD
HIS OAlllKBT TO VISIT 11UMKBU
In Massachusetts, irpttltll; la tbo city of
Cberlestown, the 17th of Junethe anniversary of
lb battU of Backer IIUl Is eelobrated Afinaallj
tod wlib in rv tit dlipliy of patrlotitm that
freqocotlj MlipMi tb Fourth of Jnly. It wu tbo
parpoMof tbo Banker Hill Monmntot Affectation
o etebrato the Uit anniTcrrrtb 18th loitaot
(tho Seventeenth bappeotog oo Sondftj) irith an
vJat not often attempted. Tbe fall of tbe
eballlon and the reiteration of peaet Mf ("ted
the propriety of miklnf tbeennlreritrraiiembtlof
thliyotr one of grindear tn honor of tbe triumph
f Union trmi, the Trthrow of rebellion, the re-
tarn to clrll law, and the general fraternisation of
be people of all tho Suite. To this end It was
Itemed highly appropriate that the Ton Pbisidsit
f tbe United Etates end tho tntmberi of bit Cabl.
nt iboald bo iDTltefl Accordingly the lion. O.
Was hi kotos Was hit, President of tie Banker
tlill Monument A eolation, vlilied thti city about
be middle tf My and bad an interview with
President JoHatoir, tendering him and through him
liioonetltatlonaf advlaen an Invitation to attend
bo propoeed oelebrntlon. Tbll lerbal and earnest
nvitatlon wai cordially received by Toa Paasi.
niiT, who replied that bo would bo not happy to
Ult New England and attend tbo celebration at
arlestown, bet oonld not at that time ptslttvelv
leclde owing to his public duties. Tbo lnvltatloo
tas itrorgly seconded by General Bais, who
eprvsents tbo Binkor IIUl dittrlot In Congress
Ihelorluitoa was snbieatly pat In writing.
On tbe Ctb In tant the President pereelied that
t would be Impossible to comply with the kind In
vitation of tie association, owing to pressing offl'
jlal engagemeote bare at tbe seat of government,
md accordingly requeited tho Secretary of fiiate
o inform Mr. Waaaaa Id w riling of tbe fact Tbe
following Is tbe letter of Secretary Sawaan on tbe
I'lPteTMSVT OF 'TATI, J
WAsigTOX,JaaS, IMS (
fjtorgt Waihtntfon tt'nrrtn K q , Vhartutown, Matt
Daaafiia Vour letter of tbe 4ih Instant has
.been rcled, In which yon requert that an answer
may ne jlten Dy tbe rreildeot to tne ibvitalion
ntreto fore aatmltted to him to an anniversary eel
brut Ion of the battle of Bunker 11 ill, to be held on
tbe 18th of June, Instant.
Havlnir taken tbo President's directions on tbe
uLject, I bavo now the honor to Inform yoa that
he has ascertained that It would not be porslble for
him, compatibly with ezlatlrg engagements, to be
absent from tbls eWv on tbe dav Indicated.
Tbe President desires tbe committee to accept
&is acknowledgments tor tbe courtesy and to bo as
sured that be declines Its acceptance with sincere
I am, dear sir, your obedient servant,
WlLLUM II SaVASD.
Wo learn that tbe Banker IIUl Association bave
postponed the proposed Jubilee lo honor of Restora.
tlon, on Bunker Hill, until tbe 17lh of June neit
year, when it is hoped that Tas Pbisidbst and
Cabioet wlU bo able to attend.
It EJECT ICO UV TUB SBIVATE.
Thomas Fitjtah; United States Consul at Ood.
rrlch, has been rejected by the Senate Mr Fit.
jam Is a naturalised cttlsca of tho United States,
an Irishman by birth. He is tbe Consul who, dor
log tbs time of tbo recent dlstarbances'on the Can
adian frontier, by his courage and firmness, pro
tected the American Consul ale against tho men
aces of cselted Canadians who threatened to tear
down tbo Ametlcan flag and drive the Consul out
At tbe regular meeting of the Jouaioa Depart-
r mental Club, at its rooms, No 80 Loulilana av
cnoe, June 28, 1606 the following resolutions were
proposed by N, C. IlABasa, Esq , and adopted by
Itttehtd, That this Club heartily indorsss tho
principles set forth in the call of tbo National
Union Esocutlve Committee for a national conven
tion, to be held In Phdadeyala, on Ibe ldlb of
Krtotvwl, That In tbo prompt action of tbe sup
porters of tbe President's policy In uniting and or
ganlilng themselves for oppeitlon ta the radicals
depends the perpetuity oi our republican idiius
lionet and we hall this convention ae tbo rallying
point around which will throng tbe loyal million
who are opposed to dlsunlonlsts, be they found at
either end Of tbe line, and by righteous decree
where party schemers amd hobby riders must meet
their Jiiet doom.
JtttohtJ, That Ina time of common peril like the
present, when we have not jet passed successfully
thro neb tbe third ordeal In our nallnn'a history, lb
partisan should be lost In the patriot, and standing
uponbroaa nannnai pnucip Mmen wnonave miner
lo bron identified "Kb different political orgaptsa.
lions should oooie together and mak common war
upnn the men who Ignore tbe Man'tmaika of (be
fathers,' and who would centralise this Govern
inent, thereby deotroylrg tbe reserved rights of the
Stales and tbo liberties of tbo people under tbe
" Ma hurt "Mr. II H. Boons publishes, lo
tbe Albany Jourfwl, the following beautiful lines,
wblcb bave-for their subject Mr Pabs a basso re
llevo now esbiblted at Mr. IIldium Tau.obi
0 dream ot artUt's life 'embodied form
Of soma soul eisier who bus lo.ed and died.
And fll to JJjaven to watcb, with holy pride.
ller brother sculptura J) is o asiion warm '
classic bead, with waves of Sunlit heir,
pi backward by tbo breaib of angels pear)
A fvw, balf penrlre by a shade of ore,
b light with tote, hut darkened not by fear.
Closo (be portals nf each tired beart,
Tberj,lta Spirit Jwnkmg toward tbo pastj
iino(im9 ibe siule. when swing tbe dori apartj
Fomeltkaa her oual trara are fatlina- fast.
I lei iW that 1 uey never pain
Tbo Uomy, pear my struggling soul again.
This besutfcil jlao of sculpture should bo teen
Wallow bo han.
f au woo asntiuis for tbe beautiful la art.
Jvux , Jfli PagefAJ, well k
atpM as "M-r? Forrest," died at'
known in liter-
I - Pen Penell, and He I a ao raw
Jut. Ditis declines to be carts de Tlstted
weo havo It al any price.' 1
Cou 8. M. DowmakIs to'dellTer thsora
tloa befora Ue Literary Boeletles of Dicklason
Cellage. Ulsj lubjeet Is "The Coin try." .
Th New York Ectning Pott presents Mr.
Utah, Americas Minister to Italy, as candidate
for Senator "frtxa Yet moot, and arges Us claims
with much earnestness.
Tni thermometer was awful yesterday
away ap In tbe nineties. If wo bare to fight H ont
on that Una all summer quo rams will bo scare
FLOfttvne, 'the IrlsV comedian, goes to
Earopo to-day, lie promises a startling production
a bis return. He can't re tarn too loon or startle
as too quickly,
Tni F n incus Mart was married In Lon
don en tho 11th I a it ant, to Francis Lewis Paul Al
csander Prioco Tea Tack, of Hungary, lately aa
e(B car la tbo Austrian service. Tho ceremony was
anattended by state pageantry or pomp.
Tni chief mate and three of the crew of the
hip Anna Mctteaite, from Portland for Montreal,
mutinied a&d tried to setie the vessel. They were
overpowered, and circumstances showing them to
bo Fenians Ibey were given p at Montreal.
Tnc Kadical doctors are determined to
keep open the wounds of tb country. They b
llevo suppuration li good for the body polltlo) but
If Suppuration" should lead to separation, their
mat practice will bring them Into contempt with the
(far, Lis has written a tetter to a friend in
Lebanon, lo which ho says ho will spend tb sum
toer vacation from collegiate labors near Crab
Orchard, Ky, And If Jeff Davis ts hang en a tour
apple tree la that orchard. General Lee will be on
Br. Louis has been agitated by a grand
billiard tournament, la which all the knights of
tho en In that city wer beaten by a young man
Darned A. II. Harrison, of St. Joseph, hitherto on
known to fame, hot who now holds th champion
cue of the State.
It Is complained that at a late fireman's
celebration at Houston, Tolas, disloyal demonstra
tions wer made. Tbe South wu represented by a
young lady In chains, Confederate airs and bo
national ones were played, and do national fisgs
Mas UcRnov, in Noble county, Ohio, a
few days since, gave birth lo four children within
ai many hoars, tb four weighing twelve pounds.
It did tbo children no good, however, for th-y died
shortly afterwards. One hundred and fifty dollars
havo bn raised to oreot a monument over their
Tub editor of tho Davenport, Iowa,
7trrbai seen, microscopically, a portion of the
mnsclo of a deceased victim of trichina. Ho says
an lo'trnmsnt of 350 diameters exhibited monsters
that appeared larger than angle worms, Tb victim
died at Marion, Iowa, and ate bis pork raw,
Tub post mortem examination of a little
girl, aged seven years, wbo died tn Bethlehem,
Connecticut, revealed tbe fact that her death was
caused by particles which she lad bitten from bar
finger natts. Tbey wer saallwwed, and sticking
Into tk sides of her stomach, cauved ulceration,
and death ensued.
At Edinburg, Johnson county, Indiana,
ad Friday, a man named Dltmaa murdered Martha
Beanett, a married la y. He shot hei fire times,
beat her over tb head, and finally set fire to her
clothing) after which be went to a saloon, took a
Jrmk, smoked a cigar, and walled tilt an officer
came to arrest him.
Miss Anna Diceixson remarked, in a pub
Ho speech a few days since, that ' tbe nation wants
a man" wblcb is perbspa a modest way of saying
that Miss Anna, considers herself the nation. Al
though wo cannot but eommlfserate Miss Anna on
her love lorn condition,'' wo nevertheless must
be negotiant enough to hop th t tho unnatural
metamorphose hinted at will never take place.
Tin chains and Iron work of the Charlotto
and Columbia railroad bridge over tho CaUwba
river, South Carolina, are r4d from tho muskets,
bayonets, shell, ., picked up on Virginia battler
fields, and which were stored la the confederate
armory in Richmond whan that building wu burnt
at tho time of th evacuation. The Iron was bought
by Messrs. Joseph R. Andereon A Co., of tb
Tredegar Iron Works, as scrap Iron, and by them
worked np lot cables, Ac, to fill an order for this
Tub Austrian commander, Ocn. Bcnedek,
has Issued an ordsr bearlog especially upon news
paper correspondence. He says that be shall In no
way tolerate, cither at headquarters or with other
commanders of corps, paid or unpaid newspaper
. ......J.-t. .til.. .1.11 .. III.. ..J V.
QUKIIUUIDII, .!( Villi VT UllllMUf ion ue (
quests the commanders to see that noon belonging
to tb army lends himself to supplying articles ots
tlned f-r the Journals, unless he bu received a
mission to do so from tb Government.
A disturbance occurred at Charleston, on
Saturday, between a party of whit and black
boys. In which men became Involved on both sides.
Tbe police arrested th ringleaders and ended th
rioti but subsequently three hundred blacks as
sembled, led by a negro soldier, and marched
through the.lower part of the city. A strong mili
tary and ponce force, however, attacked them, and
soon put ao ood to tho affair by driving tb negroes
from th streets, and arresting many others.
CniRLKT Upaxc Dntch Charley, an old
"chum" of Tom Hyer recently shot dead Colonel
Ross In tb streets of 8 n Franclsoo. Tbey had
quarreled over a land claim. This Is Duane's sec
ond murder. His first was shooting In cold blood
th doorkeeper at a fancy ball) fights and rows bo
has had Innumerable, nnttl late years a stroke of
paralysis having disabled him. He Is ono of tbe
Sullivan, Mulligan, Lily, Casey Cora crew all of
whom died violent deaths, or at a Kew York paper
puts it, "died In their boots.' Puane's brother1
was with him at Dos's 4sth, and both wen ar
rested and Imprisoned.
In tiir Canadian Pari lament, on Friday,
Mr. Oalt moved for lademotfloatjoa of th Govern
ment for tbe oipcnsM Incurred daring tbe recent
Feolen trouble. Several members of tb Govern
ment party advocated the move, when Mr Cham.
bars, of B rook f tile, obtained tbe floor and spoko
aga1ot it. He said that Canada oonld not support
troopa enough to resist tb United States. A thou
sand Fsnlans was a different matter from thirty
fit million Americans. He als i called for aa In
vestigation of lb conduct of com of tb com
manders of tbe Provincial troope during tbe trou
bles, and denounced the management of tbo volun
teers as a blunder Mr Chambers was continually
interrupted and bisd, the oproar becoming o
great at times as to drown bis reioaiks. He was
replied by Mr D'Ar y MoUee, and tbe motion of
Mr Ualt wasaduptod.
Toe P RDasr Aaaois has challenged
SinuiL Colly, bis Lte contestant in the prise
ring, to fight blot for one thousand or twenty five
hundred dollars, within one month or three mouths.
CotLvsa espressos his willingness to do tbe flgbt
Ing, but leaves tbe buelness la fbe bands of bla
friends. Dvwssr Ilaaaia, on of Aabom' seconds
lo tb lai prlfte.fltfbt, offers to flxbl any man la
America weighing 137 lbs fir $1,000 a side, and
any man U the world, of bis ge. weighing H3
lbs , and Harris will fight at US pounds weight.
Vsar IsTsassTUO iaancss Tbe annual com.
meaeement of Columbia Ovllego, at tho first Bap
tlst cburoh, at II o'clock to-day, will bo very
interesting affair. u
I tibial navsspa.Th receipts yesterday
lorn cut. J
DKFATITHKNT OF STATE.
IUUUto to She B?iehtlet" irrtle. Ifew
Bsatmeviek wd CamdiC
DtriBTMivt or T1TS,I
WasaiaoToa, Jaie U,1M. J
a no xionoraoie oir rreamcKA, a. urnce,
iheUriUsh' Minister awrtd-teA'to thls.ffoTi
eminent, by an official note of the 24th In
slant, addressed to the Secretary, or State,
announces that the Governments of Noia
Scotia and New Brunswick hare agreed that
the "possession1 bf a license Issncdby Canada
to fish shall entitle tbe holder during tbe
season of 1866 to 6sh In the waters of New
Brunswick and Nova Scotia as well as In
those of Canada; the. bolder of a license from
the Government of Nora Scotia or New,
Brunswick, if any such shall be tssoed, being
entitled to fish in Canadian waters. '
N. B, This, ratification is supplemental' to
one issued tearly In June, in which it was
stated It, Porter, Ksq , V. Fort in, Esq., f
the correct name,) commanding the Cana
dian Government vessel La Ounadienne, em
ployed In ( protecting the fisheries, was au
thorized to issue fishing licenses on the pay
ment of fifty cents pcf ton measurement of
the vessel to which they were granted, to re
main In force during this season, and confer
ring tbe same right, so far as the Canadian
fisheries were concerned, u were conferred
by the reciprocity treaty to United States
PsPitTMtVT Of f TAVB, I
WASUIUTO, JcaaSl, 166S. (
Information has been received at this De
partment from Mr, Geo. S. Fisher, the Con
sul of tbe United S tates at Kanagawa, Japan,
of the death on the 30th of March, 1806, at
Kanagawa, of Harry Kanaka.
Dtrsaraiafor Svav )
WAsauravos, Jaae IS, 1S.
Information has been received at this De
partment from Mr. George 8. Fisher, the
Consul of the United States at Kanagawa,
Japan, of the death, on the 26th of March
last, at Kanagawa, of T. J. Bitmebo, a natu
ralised American citizen, formerly resident
of the fetate of, California, aged abont 39
Post Ode Department
On Thorn! ay, tbe 2Mb lostant, steamers will d
part from r- ow York for Braill and tb West Indies,
and for tho Qermaa States, via Bremen. Mails
will leave here tbls evening by the postal oar, at
half-past six o'clock.
Virginia Office at King Getrt; Court Hon-e,
Klosr Qetrge county, Is re-established; and Mrs. J,
H. Thomas appointed pustmUtress,
Reoi-eoed Tray lorsvi lie, Henry eonnty, D. F.
Mitchell, postmaster, vlco John Rauieley.
Hock Spring, Patrick county. Joseph II, Hardy,
poetmmter, vice It W. Ileynolds.
At Nebreika, Appomatt X County, Ad A. Lan
drum lo appointed postml ttess, vice M. J At
Cbapmansrlllr, Logan county, Wert Virginia,
T O ruwlerle appointed postmaster, vice lieory
Re-establish Black Fork, Tucker county, West
Virginia, nod appoint Virginia Parsons pustmls
In addition to the above, upwards of ono hun
dred orders were Issued fr the reestablish meat
and reopening offices, or making appointments In
tbo southern, southwestern, and other 6tatas,
MAIL CONTRACTS 11 TIUGDIA
Mr. Nicholas Biby, of Peartsburg, Q lea oonnty,
Virginia, having met ell the requirements of tbe
Department and taken tbe test oath, has tho fol
From Princeton to Fbedy Springs.
From Princeton to Deck's Ferry.
From Lebanon to Wla Conrt.uoos.
From Teicwell Court Uou.e to forrysr.ll.
From Princeton to Oceana.
Mr, B.A, Helson, having .taken tho oath, has
tbe contract for route 4i89, Bialthficld to Zuml
Mr. A. Davidson, of Richmond, Va., has also
taken lb oalb, and ts now contractor on tbo rout
from Richmond to Wsrt Point, and also from Flih
Haul Jiepot to Gloucester Court-Home.
The Department has Wined ao order against let
ttngboie-to policy dealers, bogus lottery ticket
swindlers, bUceno booklet! era and other public
swindlers, so far as can be ascertained, after the
splratton of tho present quarter.
From an advance copy of the report of tho Regis.
tor of tboTreapary on tb commerce and navfgaticn
of the United States for tb year ending June 20,
1865, w are enabled to present some interesting
statistics relative to AmCrlcaa commerce. The
i ports of all kinds for tbe period mentioned
amounted In value to $308,308,7881 while th valuo
of Imports shipped to the United States lo" Ameri
can and foreign vessels was (234,431,187.
The report also shows that Imports wer admit
ted frt of duty, noder th reciprocity treaty, to
the United States, amounting lo value to $30,809,
868. Daring tbo year ending June 30, 18. 65, tb
number of vessels entering and clearing were as
follows: American vespels entering 8,824, clearing
8,434 1 foreign vessets clearing 14,999, entering 14,
417. The following exhibits th number of vessels
built ta that year by tbe States referred to I New
York 471 1 Pennsylvania 318 1 Mai So 193 Ohio
139 i Maryland 114) Massachusetts 80) Illinois
34 i Virginia 34 j Vsw Jersey 96 Connecticut 39 f
Kentucky 30) Missouri 31 1 Delaware 17 1 Florida
9 1 Michigan 31) New Hampshire 4 Oregon 4
and the District of Columbia, North Carolina, Ten
nessee and WUconiln on eaob.
Xleinoval of the &lata Pepartnient.
Congrers having appropriated a ty thousand
dollars toprocor a temporary building for tbo
State Depart neat, tb Case soaasloa, on Vermont
avenue, has been leased, for the purpose, and tho
removal wilt tak plan la wssk bYt6f raflr
whlh tb long-coDttmpIated stusIoa of tbo
Tressury build log a tb nrth wilt b commenced,
Tbe ood tract for lb nw Iron lenoo opposite tb
weststn eniranoe to the building has been awarded
to N. W, Kiti A Brothers, of tbo Eagle Iron Works
of this city, they being tbe lowest bidders.
An officer of tbe U ireau In Ueorgla recently re
ports Indirectly to Oen. Howard that great destitu
tion esliti, not only among tbo freedmeo, but
among the whiles of that Plate, wbo ere olamoroue
for eld fmm tbe Government Since It has become
generally known that rations wW be distributed tb
wildest exilieioent prevails, and tbo officer having
charge tf the If sue Is vUtted from fire o'clock In tbo
m irnlng until dark, and principally by women. In
four days be bad recorded tbe names of over 00
women and children C'ariersvllle, lo Cass eouoly,
will be the point of distribution.
Naval Vrta SUuey.
Tbe claims duo fur prlie money to tbe officers
and crews of tbo following-named vessels fur tbe
capture of tbe Dt bavo been audited, and are now
ready for payment at tbe office of ibe Fourth ,AodU
tor of the Treasury . United Etates steam re
Montgomery, Vickiburg, Kotos, Meratania, Vie
to rle, mma and Arias
Stale Depart ment
The president b4 r'Ki1ii If Heoimsqn as
Consul for th Grand Doeby of Baden, fa 8u
FrsncUeo, CatlfornlC1 J F. packer has bain rect
ogo aed by tbe Preildent as VIp Cgosul of 8ffda
and Norway, at Key West, Florida) and August
Beck is Consul for Hess Darmstadt, at Chicago,
xxxiXTit cqaaRBsi-anitaT, aesiios,
i TossbT, Joxa 56,' 186ft,
Mr. Morrill, from tb Con.ml.te ba tb District
of C1 cm bis, reported with amendments tho bill to
establish la tb District of Colombia a reform
nhool for boys. Oao amendment provide that tho
building to be erected e" toavcoicoiiy ineaiea,
with canTanlaat vard. work-ehois. and other ac
commodations necessary for employing ee well s
governing sou Keeping ino noye. is is aiso pro
vided that the Corporatlea, In defaali Iq paying
tb auma eeveraUy required of Washington, George
towa, end lb ounty, shalf b lUbte to eammaty,
prneeedlois before the Boprem Court f tbe Die-'
trlct of Columbia, at th Instance of th United
Stales Attorney.' Th earns req aired are Wash.
Ing too, $4.800i Georgetown, $l,000j and th
Mr. Morrill Introduced a bill to Incorporate tbo
Metropolitan Club of the iDUtrtot of Columbia,
which was referred to tbe District Committee. Tbo
Incorporator named an James Alden, George Ash
mn, Robert J. Atkinson, Christopher C. Angnr,
George K. Baker, Joseph K, Barnra, Benjamin W,
Briee, Jbn M. Brodbead, Joeeph Casey, Henry D.
Cooke, Jay Cooke, Frederick d Ottseaa, Ctfarlet
It Crane, Caleb Curbing, "William Denhtson,
Simeon Draper, A. B.Dyer, Charles, Eainss, Au
gustus Edwards, IaoIs Ebary, John W, Foraey,
B B. Kranch, U. BOrant, W 8r Haotlngton,
Huitb McCultocb, A.B Olln, J. h Graham, Gearg
OibbS, Rofus Ingalle, Charlee R. James, William
Hemphill Jones, Samuel H. Kaoffinao, E .King
man, Charles Knap, James C Masruiro, O H W
Meehaa. Ell 8 Parker, John Q Farks, Franklin
Phlln, Wo. Bed wood Prleo, nory Prince. Henry
R RathWn, George W. Rlgg, Thomas M. Smith,
Jamco Spend, F. P Stanton, R. W, I evlnf; Joseph
Taylor, Cbas. M. Walker, Richard Wallaob, Wm.
B. Webb, and Henry A, Wise Its right to hold
real estate Is II ml tod to It legitimate par poses, and
Ita Income limited to $10,000. The li ard of Gnv
ernora la made to eonslrt of twenty four members,
and th President, holding office four years, and
oa-foarth f th number shall bo elected each
year. Tbe Corporation Is vested with all accessary
powers necoasary and proper for carrying out th
objects of tho Incorporation, but those objects are
leave of abteao was granted for the remainder
of the se-sloa to Senator Lane, of Kansas.
Mr. Cowan presented i petition for an increase of
dutlee on Imports deferred.
Mr. Chandler, from tbe Committee on Commerce,
reported a bill autbo'lsing tbe Cleveland and Pitts
burg and Cleveland and Toledo Railroad companies
to construct a awing bridge across tl.e Government
flora of the Cuyahoga river, at Cleveland, Ohio)
which was pasted.
Mr. Aathony olered a rosolutloo for priotlne: tea
thousand copies of tho diplomatic oorrerpoodenc
relating to the oocnpatloo of Meilco by Austrian
Mr, Howe called op House bill to amend tho
organic act of Washington Territory) which wu
Mr. Brown offered a resolution, which waa agried
to, Instructing tho Committee on Poblic Buildings
to Inquire Into tbe expediency of providing for an
Improvement of tb ventilation of the .Senate
Houeblllto create the office of Surveyor Gen
eral of Idaho was tskeo up end peeved.
Mr. llowemovedto take np House bill to con
struct a ship canal around the Falls of Niagara)
which was not agreed toyeaa 17, nays 19.
After tbe petesee-o of eeveral Drive. bill, the
Senate took up House bill to oootlnue In force and
to amend an act to establish a bureau for the re
lief of freedmeo and refugees, and for other pur
poser, Mr. Davla moved to lay tbe bill on tbe table.
Not agreed toyeaa 0, nays 37.
The yeas were Mem. Buck slew, Davis, Doo
little. Guthrie and and Rlddle-6.
Tbe bill wae then proceeded with.
Tbe first amendment was to strike out the section
of tbe House Confirming Ibe field order of General
Sbermen, giving tbe rreedmen certain lands In South
taralit a and Georgia.
Mr Wilson aald there had been a good deal of
controversy over the oooopatUn of these lends, and
tbe Military Committee prupoeed that th y be given
upon January 1. Genera's SuJmao aid Fuller
ton bad recommended tblo atop. In lieu of these
lands the bill, aa amended, would give tb Ireed.
men a enance so puronase, lor a very small sum,
Ibe lands ara aired hv uovernmentander tax salaa
There woold be set apart and sis yeare given Jo
u iiuuivh .9 ymj ior mem, in loie ei av acres or
Mr. noodri-ka moved to amend eo that the bill
would not confirm tbe tea titles acquired by tbe
Government by tbe transfer to these freedmeo? but
to dl ect the examination ot these title; which was
Tbe amendment striking out tbe House section
relating to ie oral Sherman wu then agreed to,
and a section adopted proposing to dlspote of the
lands acqcliod by tax title to tbe freedmeo after
July 1. 167.
Mr. Bufkalew moved to limit the operations of
ibe Bureau to one year) which wu net ageed to
yeas 6, rays 26 Tbe yeas were Messrs Buckalew,
Cowan, Do-little, Davis, Outbrle, and Hendricks.
Mr Hendrl k moved to strikeout the section
giving th oommliflonerf authority to appoint
clerks, agents, elo. Disagreed to.
Tbe bill waa then read a third time and passed
without a division.
Tb Senale then, at half put 2 p. n , went Into
executive feulon, and after some time spent therein,
JPlUSR OF REPRESENTATIVES.
Mr. Alley, of Mass . offered a resolution, which
wu adopted. Instructing tbe Committee oa Post
Offices and Post Roads to Inquire and report u to
what further legfslatloa ll necessary to preveat
frauds lo fraokliig.
Tbe matter of the Investigation as to Dorranoe
Alweterwas transferred from tbe Committee oo
Military Affairs to a select committee of five, con
slsllng of Mr, Hal, of N. Y , Mr. Woodbrldge, of
Vu, Mr. Tborotonof III., Ut. Paine, of Wis , and
Mr. Longvear, of Mich.
Mr. Allison, of Iowa, called up tbe motion to
reoonslder tbe vote by which tb Senate bill allow
Ing bounties to the 37th Iowa volunteers, known aa
tbe Greybeard regiment, wu laid oo the table.
The vote wu reconsidered and the bill passed.
Mr. Price, of Iowa, from tbe Committee on tbe
Pacific Railroad, reported back Senat bill to aid
la the construction: nf a railroad and telegraph Hoe
from tb States of Missouri and Arkansu to tbe
Paoifle coast, with amendments. Ordered to be
printed and recommitted.
A motion, by Mr. MorrlU, of Vt , to print one
thousand copies of th tariff bill reported yesterday,
and a motion, by Mr. O'Neill, of Pa , to print Ave
hundred copies of tbe existing tariff act, war re
ferred to tbe Committe oa Frlotlng
Both were subsequently reported favorably bv
Mr. tafllo. of N. T?, and a reed to. ' J'
Oo motloo of Mr, Henderson, of Oregon, tne
Committee on the Pacific Railroad waa discharged
from the further consideration of Senale bill grant
log lends to aid lo tbe construction of a railroad
and telegraph line from tbe Columbia river to Salt
Lake city) and tbe same wu referred to tbe Com
mittee on Public Lands.
Mr Aneona, or Pennsylvania, from the Commit
tee otf Military AtfJrs, reported a bill to extend to
civilians employed to the United States Quarter
master's Department tbe privilege of admission to
lb O-rernmsnt siylotas-for-tb insane.' Read
three tlmee and aaeeed
Mr, Farqobar, of Indiana, from the conference
committee oo the Jojnt resolution, for tbe relief of
Goodrich A Cornish, for oerrylag tbe United Slates
malls from Boise city to Idaho city, lo tbe Terr!
tory of Idaho, made a report "reducing tbe
amount from $20,009 to $1 0,000, which was agreed
Mr. Eliot, of Mesa , from the Commtttaeof Com.
merce, reported back, with amendments, th Sen
ate bill to regulate tbe transportation of nitro
glycerine Tbe amendments wer agreed to, and
tbe bill passed
Also, bill authorising the Secretary of the Treas
ury lo lsue cert floe lee of register or enrolment end
license to certain vessels. Read three times and
AI'O, bill making the town of Whitehall, N T.,
a port of delivery within tbe collection district of
Cuamplain Read three tiroes and passed,
Aloo, a bill constituting Omaha and Nebraska, In
the Territory of Nebraska, and Bl, Paul, to the
PUle of Minnesota, porta of delivery. Read three
times and paa-ed
A lo, bill to abntlih Port Angelos. In Paret'o
Sound, as a porter eotr, and to establish Port
Townsend aa a port of entry and delivery. Read
three tl is and peasfd
lo. bill relating to pilots and pilotage. Read
tbrc limes and pas-ed.
Also, Beoate joint resolution to obange tbe name
of besieemboet 'City of Hlohmond" to "Cltv of
Portland.'1 and -of the schooner 'tuelnde Van Val
henbnrg' to "Cemden," and Senate JInt reU
lion to Is'ue American registers to tbe ba ka Mar
get and Qvlden FJceee both adversely, Laid oa'
the table, ,.
Oq Motion of Mr, Flint, the Coq-aUte oa CW
mere wu discharged from th farther teoqetoVf
tloo of a letter of He rstary of Treasury, In refer.
ence to tbe pay pf Iospectoff Qiutoms aad th
eamo wu 4efsrred to poatnltfec oa Vfaya and
Means. J, t
Mr. Eggleston, of Ohio, from Oommlttt oa Com
merce, reported a jolat rtiolatloa aBtborhlnf the
Secretary of tbe Treuury j to eell 800 shares of the
clock ftbvDlaaal wappCenaL,.ownd by tho
Cover moot, Usveh manner at will best protect
tbo lMoretaTihe' United Stkuebnsceh canal,
and Insures US being kept Open We a navigable high
wiy, without Nrlberj expense polhefovernmcnt.
Read tbre Mmee,1" passed .V ,,
Tbe House ptoceeded to tbe basinets on the Speak
r's table, and dlrpoeed thereof as follows t
Senale amendment to House bill gram tag land
to X MwJesv J JpsephU aoaaty, Orgvav Con
curred In. r
Fenate amendment to House bill JaraenJlaa; tb
orcaiilo act of Waiblnctoo Territory. Tbe amend
fnnl adds a ttw section, disapproving the act of
to Lenisiative Aresmbiy or tne ferntory, approved
Jan aery 14, 1888, In reference to the county of
See mm ante. The amendment wu eoncurred In.
Benai amendment (685 In number to tb In
teraal revenae bill. It el erred to tbe Committee
of Ways and MeaB.( K "-
Senate bill to amend the Pacific railroad bUL
Read thre times and peeved.
Senate bill amendatory of thaciof March 3,
1863, granting lands to Kansas for' railroad par
pout., Referred to lb Committee eo-Puhlle Lends.
beoate Joint reeelailone forth relief of Mr.
Abby Green, and U establish iertalo poatrotds,
wer (aken from th Speaker's table, read twice,
Senate jelot resolution to authorise tb hiring of
a building or balls lags for the temporary a coo. n too
datlon of tbe Department of But wu tskeo from
Ppeskery table , , v a
On motion ot Mr. Radford, of New York, the ao
proprlatloa wae tefueed from $80 000 to $15,000)
and tbe Joint repletion, u so ameaded,WU pused.
Adjourned, ' '
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tarThe AnanalComsHafieeraent IhiOe
leeiblaaCellefe will take pUce lbteWIDNa.!Di)l
moralag.'at It clcek;at lh TlrU titbit Cbereb.
Tbtneeath,bteea Q ead It streets. It
49-JeaeUiieCople o( the Hepwbllcen
eeetelalar be isteapplemealary U1 tbe eeveral aeia
relatlag te peasfcas' approved Jaae S,caa be ebutaed,
altkltoBea' Prlee, 8 seats teregpy. tf.
cr Math loud Free klee-Lad lee afflicted
with DUeoloreflcie ea tbe Pace, called tooth patches er
frecates, sheal4k ae Party's Celebrated Mtth aad
rresila toiloa. ItUlnfaUlbla. TrerareJ by Dr. B C.
PkKRT, DermetoloirUt. 49 Bond street. New York. Sold
by kit drug flits taWuhlsgtoa aad eleewhere. Trice
0t' ' mr1T-U3m
49Arn an neueta. Persona dulrlua: the ecr
vleee of a COP II T or AMaMUIH!, Ma be aeeemae
daUd by a lady wbo writes a neat aad plate bead, by
applylag at Ho lSS Blxth eUeet vest, betwHB M aad
11 atreete aortb. ep23tf
ae Marriage and CelUMMyi an Keaajr of
Waralag aad laelreoiloa far Toaaf Men. also. Die
ease aad Abates which prostrate tea ttal power,
wttH sure me ass cf relief. Seal free of charge la sealed
letter eavslnpea. Address Dr. J SKILL! H0C01IT03,
Qeward issoelatlea, Pblladelebla, Pa. aplT-Sm
av-Oreech-Loadlnn: Arm. The Board ror
era! Itaoeeck ta preeldeat, 1 aew la seaalea at He. 81
Arms will be received dally, betweea the hours of 11
a. m. aad S p. u ,eatlt further notice.
laveators are reqeeeted to aabmll their arms la per
sen or by ageal to the recorder of the beard.
9-Madam llonata Pile Valuable
Remedy for Ibat Dleeaee; also, a Ceasamutloa Datrcy
ar, aad aa Satire Car for the Breach! tie, Aetata, a-ci
can he feead al Stall's Drax Slere, eppoelte Vatteaal
Hauit Ollmaa'e.aear UetropoHUa Hotel i Ford e. cor
aeref Kleveathaad Peaaeylvaalaaveaee Satwlate'e,
eeraerof TwelAh aad Peaaeylvaala aveaaet Ullott'e,
eoriaref t aad Twelfth streett Ilarbavch'e, corner o'
PROPOSALS FOU FUUNISUIKG
L nuts Batr.
Orrtca ConataasaT or Rravice, I
Pevsuacao, V., Ja- fi, lew I
Sealed Broomels. la danllcaie. are ri etfaUr la
vtteebylha aad-nlfeed nail BiTTKDAt, JaaeSO,
8M, at li n'elnek , f-r faraahlag the troope, aad all
ulcere emit ed t ralloas, utioae4 al FeterebBig' aad
City l'wtat,Va.f wlih
naMl Decembers), Isfl or each Icm lime ss the Com
mUeary i.eaaral may dlrrat, aad dellver-d at each IImm
a the vOeer havlai charge Of eapptvlaf tbe troope may
airecu Tbe a. Honor
ef eqaal propir.kae ut rra aad blad aaailera. If eiki,
shaaheaad aldae tallow U txeliieed
iatht.r all-wlaaco to la Dalud Matea n?ereeieet
tna' arompny e.cb bid, ualeee one Is already oa Sic
The Otttrrameot reserves the right to reject all bide
Paymeatelo be atiade aoatbly, eruioon thereartar
as praeilebie, la each fauds m Ovveranent raraUbe
fur that parpoee.
ProptMaU ahoald ba saler-ed en the eavelope 'Tro
po ale for faraUblpf Freeh Be-f, aadaddreeed to the
abder-lg.td, at Peiarabargt Ta.
Broraerer Brevet J-aJT. C. Salllvae. C. 8.,-U.
.A. A. U PALUKK,
rintLleuteaaetlttba. S Iareetry,A.O B.
Jen Id "
Orrioi Dsror OuMusitr or Scssiarivca, I
fc v AsaisoToa, P. a, June 19. IcoS t
Belled Propoeataare Jevlid eaUl tTJIPHSUAT, Jaly
ft, lsec, IS o'clock, ta , for ferelahlag (he Subeuiaaee
OftKTUOUeAKD (1,600) BABRL8 OT fLOUR,
Tbe pieptMalo will be tvt wh. I la known at tbia Depot
aa Nee 1, 3, nd S, aad bide will be ester uJued for any
qaaetlty let tbaa th be e.
B ds matt be la eepL'cate. aad for cash grade ea sep
arate ebeeia of paper.
The delivery of the Flour to commence wltbta Sve
daye from ibe opaalag of the ptda, and mast be deliv
ered la each oaaDtUlos, dally, aa the Uoverameat taay
dlrectllhe wharves, or rallroe4 depot la Waaalngioa.
The delivery Of all Floor awarded to be completed
within twaaty days rron the acceptance of tbe bid.
Bids wltl be received for Floor to be delivered la aew
oak barrels, bead IUd.
Paymeat will be made ta each fnadsu the Govsra
ment may hate for dUhar-emeat.
The ueuel a o vera me at Uepecdoa wilt be made Jat
before the Flour ta received, aad aoae will be usspted
which la not rreah ground, and of superior qaatlly,
Wo bid will be ealertained from parilee wbo have
prevlea-ly Mled to comply with their blda,r frosu
btddera aol present to reepead , ,
Oorerameot raaerfee tberiabtLaralMtaaTb dforaaT
eaote. BldsMbeaddraMd to the nadai(aed, at Me
awu iiinkuini "rrvpwaaiaior eoar,"'
J37eel Major aad a a, D. a A,
DEPARTMENT OF TUl-i INTKUIOR,
PfrvaD aviTBS P AVkRV UertCB,
Wuuiievua Jeue 13,18 S
On the petltlea of Waatan koeae, f Teas toa,
Me., praylag tor the eveeeloa ef 'a t-at iraaiad U
hlmea iheUdayof irivea.ler,1S3S, fur aa Improve
meal ta 'aeif actlag Kales,1' fur eeveu yeare from
the expiration 0r said patent, whleh takee plaed oa the
Si day of He ember, ISM,
hlee-d-red thai the raid petltloa be beard at the
PetoBl Office ea HOBDAY, tbe loth day er OcUber aeii,
ai IS o'elMk, m J aad all person are aoufled to appear
aad show eeu-o, If aay they have, why aald petition
eashi ant tab granted '
Peraaaa eppMU( ibe exteaetoi are required to Sle
lathe PateBlOOse their O'jeetloaa, speetaliy eat forth
la wrlilar, ai leaot ftemfy deye aefcre the day of hear
last all leetlmoey Sled by either ptriyv U be need ai
the eatd heart a f, mnit ha taken end iraasmllied e ae
cerdaaee wlih the rales of the odee, which will be far
lUhed on applleatloa.
Depoeltloea and other papers, celled opce eeteeti
taoer. meet ba Sled lelhawlBca iunntu drabef raiha
day f bearisc; ibe arnnmeois,tf any, wliiilo fsa dars
afWSIlBf lucleetttnoay. , '
Ordered, elo, that tbu ant tee be p-tblUhed lu Ibe Ba
rSBLiCAiUnd ibe MWgmirt WetbiagtoD, D. O
aad la the Smtmal, Uo-iud, Mui.j oin a week fvr
tsresaecea-lTe wmke) be flraiof s.ld poblitatl'ae to
b at iea. ainr a, t previous 19 toe a y or nanar.
1 T.'C. TUbUKbR,
Oommiaeloaer of Paiebti,
P B. Rdltore cf tbe abev papre lll pleaae copy,
aad ead tbnlr bllle lo tba Paleal Offlee with a bib r
ooalalalerlhie notice. JlMwJw
DEPARI'MENT OF TUB UfTQUlOB.
UstiSD ta aa pArakT Orrtca,
' ,. , WA'aisoa,daavJ,lho4
Oa the pellUoa of L Q U Wlakauf PkHadel,
psla, P-aujviBla, pray pg fr ltt xteaelca of a
patent greeted lo blm oa ta auk day r ul bar,
itoB. (uraa luproviel la "D-e na lor raauteuilu
Ballet,1 far avTsa yeare fre Ue, eptrtloo of ea'd
paieat, wkleh, lakaa place oa tbe Ulb day vt Uiober,
Ji ts nvdered that the said pettttoe be bearj at th
Pa ent OSna ou IJONUaY. tka ktbAdwa OeuiLar atit.
l 1 J o'clock, ir, 1 aad all pure as are notified la piear
aad show eeae,ir ehthey have, why said pftttie
4abl eoi lo b4 graaUd.
rrrwui oppta aa me eiteaama are rqairea .0 aia 1a
tbe PaAeot Offlee lhcr,tbjeonooi, specially et f rib In
r tleg. al leaai thinly daiebe'pie the day of hearliw j
al I elt otT Sled br either nrtv. Ube.aeeA at the
aad heart eg, meabiakea sad Uaaiulied la accrd
vv wi i (! wi taaaufa. tia wui vw ttk
DUhedvospplleaae. , ' . ,.i s , .. ,..
DepoeUiua aad other oanarr t lad anon u leatl-.
moaf.ata-l be Sleella the edaeffeHafydsys berre the,
dajcf hearlagt iheargameala, Iff, wllafsn.dera
" Ordered, elao.lb.l the e piUUbfila iVetts-,
a the A.fl'JriUrteiia. fhtlaielbbla., Vvaaafle.ua.
aaee a wre,f, ikLje aaeeeaalr waekfr.Mia 4sLipf,
a-wWaLL?t iVay!?5iLiiwS1 r
urriNti PAfflk mi 1 Ajarrr
iiuorfw,f, ja tv
THE NATIOXiX UMONLUn.
The followrig Is U list.bf'omcer and
platform of prlcvfplcs of the Union National
Cttm of WMliington, l. 0; "
OAleera of the National Vsitom Oltah; '
PRRStDtftf. w, ,! ,, .,
sTon. AlFJtVtt. HANIJVLIe, of yiscoMa.
' ' vica siai0Bvs.
ITea, D. B NORTON, orMlnneeota. v
I loo. W. F- JOIINBTOIf or Pennsylvania.
ADBAM WAKBMAM, f NewTovlu,. -
lion CIIA8K. P1IRLP3, ofM-rvlaDS ,
Hon. THADbKllfl WELLES, of Ooaoeetliai.
lloo. A, J. KUVKKNOALU of Illliroio.
Hon. CURTI8 r BURN A it, ofKeptosky.
J A3. B. 8M ITU, or W-eoniln t
(lea. JAS, Ii .8TGAUMAN, of Ohio.
CIIA9. n. WiLKIPON, of Missoori.
Col. E. a ALftES WaiblogtoD, D. a
SAM'L D. LADFER, of Peiiniylvanla. -
J, S. FERQU605, or Tonne-see
O. K. RmBmiOUSU, (President NalUnal Bank
of Cooimsroe, and of tba flrn of BiUeaboaee,
Fowler A Co,)
, BZICOTtVB COMH1TTBI.
IToo. J. R. DOOLITTLK, or W1sconla.
Hon DtAR COWAN, of Pennsylvania,
Iloo.O. II. OROWNINO, nf Illinois.
Hon. (IUUN ULAY HMITII. vr Kentucky.
Hon. W A BURLKKJH. of lUr-etab.
Mr CIIAIUKS KNAPP, of Dletrietef Colombia.
Mr. SAMUEL FOWLttR. of District of Colombia.
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is my fttitft; and tit Iks ytojih i$ wtyatl i-Av
PLATFOBIC OP THK NATIONAL UNION CLUB.
1. lUtotvtdj Tbat we are now, u heretofore,
ardently attacbed to Ibe Colon of the States aader
tbe Coostl stlotLOf tbe United States that wo deny ,
tbe right of any Bute to eecede, aad Md tbat all
attempts at secession are nail and void) that all the
States are now rUatee of tbte Union, aa before the
rebellion, and we deny tba power of the Geneva
Government, onder tbe Constitution, to ezetade a
fiiate from'tbe Union or to govern It ae a Territory.
i. Rttelvfdf Tbat oar confide nee In the ability, m
Integrity, patriotism, and siatesmanrblp of Presi
dent Joaaaoa la andlmlnlabed, and wo cordially
approve tbe general policy of bis administration.
9. Jtuolwl, Tbat wo endorse tbe resolution of
Congrsss of Jnly, 1881, declaring tbe object of tbo
war on oar part to bo tbe defence and maintenance
of tbe supremacy of the Constltallon and the pre
servation of the Union, with tbe dignity, eqoellty,
and rtgbta otbe several States unimpaired.
4. Rtoi.ed, Tbat, In the tangoage of tbe Chi
cago platform of 1880, and aa quoted by tbe lata
President Lmcolb In his first Inangnral address,
"The maintenance Inviolate of tbe rljtbteof tales,
and especially of the rights of each State to order
and control tte own domestic Institutions according
to Its own Judgment exclusively, eabjeet only to the
Constttatloo of tbe United States 1 e'ScnUel to
tbat balance of power on which tbe perfection and
endaraneo of oar political fabric depends.'
ft. Ruotvfd, Tbat under the Constitution of tbo
United States ts reserved to the eeveral 8 tales tbs
right to prescribe tbo qualifications of el ect bra
therela; and that It would be sub vers Ire or the
principles of oar Government for Con (trees to foroe
universal suffrage upon any portion of tbe country
In opposition to tbe known wishes of tbe olttieu
6. RuolveJ, "That this Union most be and re
main ooe and Indivisible fo ever,'1 that the war
ior Its preservation having been brought to a tri
nmphaot close, a d tbe supremacy of tbe Constl
tallon vindicated, tbe rights of the Etates under
tbe Constitution are to be maintained Inviolate,
and that loyal cltltena within tbe Slates and dis
tricts lately overrun by rebellion are entitled to all
the rights guaranteed to them by tbe Constitution.
7 Rteivtdt Tbat all the States of tho Onion aro
entitled by tbo Constitution of tbe United States
to repreeeotatlon lu tbe councils of tbo nation, and
that all loyal members duly elected and returned,
baring tbe requUlte qualification u prescribed by
law, should be admitted to tbelr seats tn Congress
without unnecessary dslay by their respective
Houses, euh lluuse being tbe Judge of tbe election,
returns, end qualifications of Its own members.
8. itsaetW, That treuou la a crime wblcb should
bo punished, and tbat we aro opposed to compro
mising with traitor a by bartering M universal an
nasty" for ''universal suffrage.'
0. AaseiW, Tbat the payment of the national
debt la a aacred obligation, never to be repudiated)
and tbat no debt or obligation Incurred la any man
ner whatever la aid of treuoa or rebellion should
ever be assumed or paid.
10. liuoltvi, Tbat we cordially endorse the res
toration policy of President Jobmbox u wise, pat-
riotlo, constitution al, and In harmony with the
loyal sentiment end purpose, of the people la th
suppression of tho rebellion) with the platform,
upon which ba was el acted with the declared policy
of the lata President Lijholu, tba action of Con
gress, and tho pledges given during tbe war.
11 Rtsofwd, Tbat the nation owm a laatlog debt
of gratitude to tho soldiers end Bailors of the late
war for tbe suppression of the rebellion, and that
tho families of the fallen heroes wbo died that the
country night live, are the wards of the people,
and should be cared for by the flnvemreent.
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