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'Wsvalilnarton City. D.C
KAMCAMBM RAMPAHT. -
Two of Htm otiit4:itnnTp ipomlttr In
th'iliil'Utt,fraTUlontl Qorcrnor Ham.
n-Tft; rt TVxas, sihrl ' General' Ixux,' of ,1111
no!i.no ue u rare to mako .thclr.appcar.
iue't In the largo towns pad cities once a year
u Tax AxbukohV lions or' lUx Hire's fa.
inorUeJrctiiV had an "exhibition tho other
nigiin.Hl.cltT.. Tbe show was held in the
building lately used for a fair for the orphans
of 'as ioldlers'-and' sailors' of the United
BUtCTj and If the spirit, temper and doctrine
adtocatod by these gentlemen' are well cal
culated to prodoco yet more: orphanage be
fore the unfortunate offspring of onr brare
Teterans on land and sea are properly cared
for. ., The .performance consisted mainly of
theraost-. unlimited abuse, tho stalest anec
dote, and the. most puerile attempts at wit
against Tm Pbxsiduvt. No metaphor was
too gross,' no Illustration too vile, no in
Yectire too seaere id lavish upon the Chief
Magistrate, who has sternly endeavored to
restore the republic again to unity; to
hare the fjonstltntion of 'the land embrace
crery State;' and to hare the people taxed
under this Government represented In it by
loyal, and unexceptionable delegates. The
moat! majestic 'crime in radical estimation,
is to religiously adhere to the sacred Oonsti
tiori of our fathers ; and for doing that Messrs.
Loo ax and IIamilton fulminated at President
Jomsox their bitterest ire.
Tho orgie of passion and prcjndice which
held Its rent on Thursday night commences
the 'radical campaign for the vindication of
the,Thlrty-i'inln (Jongre&vand for the un
conjtitutional and unlimited dissolution of
the American Union. The character of the
approaching animated convass was then and
there forestalled. It is to abound in the
fiercest personalities; it Is to awaken the most
unbridled passions; It is to be waged In open
defiance of the fundamental law; and it is
to blast every hope of fraternity and concil
iatioK If the spirit of thai meeting is to
dominate, then we can bid farewell to a rec
onciled nation. The slogans most frequently
on tire lip' of the orators, and which were
applauded to the utmost, were those which
catered to the worst elements 'in human na
ture, and which can all be summed up in the
statement" We kave whippet the South, now
let us make it bite the dud." That senti
ment entered Into erery sentence uttered by
Uencrar6dAv'ani -when consolidated into
a poUticalirfamoh 'it means a reckless, un
checked exercise, o( power.by one section,
and humiliation and : degradation for another
section of this land. More,' sectional conten
tion; more angry feuds;morecn'croachmCnts
on constitutional liberty; more unsettling of
the foundations of government; more bur
dens upon the debt-pressed population of this
country; more anarchy, and more bloodshed
la the "horrible echo which comes buck from
the utterance of that meeting.
IJemagogueryla vile and offensive enough;
bnUn an'orator trained to suit the tastes ot
the not over-fastidious' or enlightened sorer
elgns'of lower Illinois, we' expect to find it
the principal staple of. a violent stump ef
fort; but we were not prepared to bear from
General Joes A. Loom a remark so wholly
barren of justice that it was unworthy any
American citizen, and certainly his fame as
an American soldier, to .the effect that the
men who intend to go to the Philadelphia
convention will march into that body to the
" music of treason." If the young hero of
the Northwest, upon' whom it U said tbe man
tle of PocoLAafelll, is reduced to such a
Inimnm 0f argument or of eloquence as to
resort to that miserable libel, we advise him
Jo retire on his past laurels.
The Philadelphia Convention meets in the
namo and for tho purposes of loyalty. It
gathers with the sublime intent of maintain
ing .the Constitution Inviolate. It carries
the American Sag, with no star blotted from
its field of blue. It assembles in the majes
ty, and"to forecast the destiny, of more
than thirty millions of human souls. It will
represent majority of the voting popula
tion of this Bepubllc when those who live un
der the law are permitted to assist in making
the law. Tho immediate object of that con
vention, and the one to which it is impelled
by the generous mercies of life, by tho high
est teachings of Christian civilization, and
by the consecrated demands of patriotism, is
to repair the ravages of war and reunite the
lately warring people of the North and
South. It Is somewhat strange that General
Johx A. Lodax, an old-tlmo Democrat of
the Egyptian type; a devotee to the doctrine
of State rights; one who a few years ago
could be counted every time for tho Booth,
when to go for the South meant to
fawn to the Moloch of human slavery; who
probably more than any other man of his
age helped mould and foster those Insane
ideas of Southern chivalry and Northern du
plicity, which led the South into the bloody
path of treason; who declaimed all through
the civil struggle that the armies of the
Union were seeking no other subjugation for
the South than subjugation to the laws; who
as late as last autumn heralded to tbe people
of New Jersey the fact that Akdbew John
bos stood by the Union party, and tho Union
party stood by bis policy, which was the
"same yesterday, to-day, and forever;" and
who durine the winter months was under
stood to be antagonistic to the attitude of
Congress, and friendly to the conservative
position of Tin PauiDUT, Instead of being
among the first to take by tbe nana mat re
pentant and returning South which he did so
much at first to mislead and then to van
quish, should be in the front ranks of their
harshest accusers and moat unforgiving op
ponents. Thstddena Steven ou Ingeraoll.
O- IFrea tat Bona Coiatj Patriot.
A few weeks since a Republican, living in
41,1a ,iilrlrf wrote to Mr. Stevens, aakinir his
opinion1 of Mr. H.'0. Ingersoll as a Hepubli-
can and uongwaaiuBu uDiuwniugflir.
Stevens' answer to the letter i
t-n. Wisaiseros. Jans 15.
ti... Rf i With rerard to the inquiry in
your note, with regard to the reliability of
vour Beoresentative u a Republican, I have
to say, that unless I can praise ' a man i pre
he aiwutant of reRNEVH
BREAD-AN D-BUTTER BRIUASE.N
In tho debate Intho Senate jjpon the bar
for contingent xtteflsW rtf.Miat; bodyMr.
FniuiDin malde tlei foftiwiiur rcnurksti
' leere II orMUlBffia isue diikubsb mTjaag
Kant U dcUMlT-wriix.,;lt tvllqira U the 'Mpr
efthettattoBary' $J,W, nnd'thtnnaeW offlce Ii
enated by it or messenger in id itaitonery-room
at $1,(00. Jut look md to how that Is managed.
Here is a clerk, or a ntaienter,. f. whatever vpu
nines ta tall him. .whahu tnerwe of tkotUifotv
try, whon yon fetter t in tho itttioniry room. I
ntrtr lew him then la my lift, aad I guest no
othtr Senator ortr Mir htm thr. Ho, aoder thlf
hill, having ehargt of that room nominally, ti .to
have f 1,600. XI mekai tho purohuti of station
ary! ha provide it; ho it etlM tho hooper of tho
tatloaeryi and loitwd of keeping It. wt appoint
messenger 1o tht lUttonery-room at $1,500 to do
tit tho work or Sealing val tht itatltntry to Sena
lon And keeping th aeeowutt. Thin In foot wo
ara to allow & kiiMr of tho itatlontrr Si. W0
yar for.Mothloc In tho world txctpt, ntklnf tho
pnrehuti of tht itatlootry necMry, and I itp
poto ho mty ht eonitdtreiS u' inptrrUlojE tt, but
wo ODployod t mofiotinr ta addition tt f 1, 500 In
ordtr ta ttko etrt'of tho ilatloMry.lhtr It
$4,000 for that.
"Mr. Wado. It u tho tamo in too nooto.
mf. FtMMitdsin. Hut tkt tmoant of ttatlonorr
tn tho Homo mut ho Ttitly grtator, andthtro art
ouaoy moro poraoni to bt walttd upon thai nn
doabtodly It mty bo oteeuary to htT ft m itngtr
thtn, hat It It not nootntry htr. Ono man can
do tho wbolo, and ono mao did tht whok for a long
period or. ytart until urn propottd inortato. Mr.
CI nth. who wat In that room' for taanv voara. ntror
had a tltrk or a mtMtnnr. and ntrtr oalltd for 1
one. lit did tba wboii work ana aia u tnu lor a
terltt of ytut. now wo art to add si.ssutor a
mtnoBgtr to ttay thtro and do tho work and wtlt
open at whttt tho 'kttpor' hlmctlf Ii to ho allowtd
2,500. ThoraUnoroaionforltlathoworld. If
tht httntr of tht itatlontrrohooMt to tmcloThlm-
ttlf about othtr bntlntu.and putt lomobody Uo
Inthtrttobo paid, ont'of ,tbt mtMtngtra to, tht
Stnttt In rtatlty, I think ht.ihoaW pay that pr
ton ont of nil own poektt.1' W allow onongh to tho
kttptrof tht italtoatry 4on tttrfBrm all tht dotlti
or lot imui namotr oi otnatori nn r b.
Whllt I am on that tub ttL I will mt that I rtallr
wlia thai tht' Commltttt on tht Contlagtnt Ex
Utlontryroom and pat It uodir lont rtgnlatlon.
Natklnr In kit Indtrutnt ll mart ntfitMarVi notb
log ealti for rtform hero In tht Sonata mora than
that itattontry-room. It hu rot tobaanabon
tn my jadgmtnt, and a Ttr? lonont oho. and thli
U tddlng to It' a
Tho WMhincton correspondent or tbe
New York" Timet throws some additional
light upon the subject in .'the -following para
In tba dUoaiiitm la tho Benau upon tbt tm to
Intrtait tht pay of : tht amployoot of tho Stnttt,
Mr. raiHodtn took oeeailon to objoet to tho man
agtment of tht stationary room. In Mr. Forntyi
department. It'hpptari that tht ''Keeper of Bta
ttaDti7" It ont Mr. Jonei, eonfldtntlal clerk of Mr.
Forney, and familiarly known at "Fornty'i man.'
M. Ftuertdtaiayi'thli amployoo ll rry rarely
prtieot at hUptit, and hetntlmatM that Jonti li
eokaged tn certain' other poJinlU1 lit now ra
ce free aiatary of $3,100 for abeolately doing noth
1d, and It 1 looght to ralit hit talary for thli r
dtnni labor to tho lorn Of $2.fi00. and rtrt htm a
manttnger beildei at $1,500. Mr. Feettnden ob-
)ttti to thla, and IdtIUi an examination Into tht
manaramtnt of tht StaUoatry room. Mr..Jonu
principally octuple hit tlmt upon tht floor of tht
utnta and Stnttt tn lobbvlntT bUll throach Con
grata.' HU poll Hon at an tmployat tn tht Sonata
anablei him to get tho tntret in etch Home, and
faatlUItt for bntttn.holtngtht mtmbtrf. Whether
UU - doaa nadtr tfanoUoa'of Mr. Forney or not
dm net .ranapirta.' dm is it.enaent inn mm ctn
at4 ti aot laalia to,aDtear.M. tsiiUslor liw
ear.,aDd Hr.Jo.M(wit probably b.,n)alri to
gif. mor. oi an attcoiioa 10 id. bmiuohj noom
heroaftor, whloh'wilt 'Mrlonilj InUrftr. with his
losby sehtmta. " -.-
Thus it appears that the adjutant of Fob-"
set's' "bread and butler bricade." as be him
self calls it, butters his bread on.both aides,
aqd at the same time helps to butter Foa-
xrr all overv
i TtaoiiBsutlesal Csncnlsis:.
The CincinnaU'.tlrimmttnol critleises the
Droceedinn'.of the r storm v 'caucuses held
lately by radical Conirrcssmen In the Capitol
in the following language i
CUKWiLsoa, of MaMschaiotti, braodei Tea
Pbzsidist a. a rtbot and a traitor, ao4 tba Fhlla
deipbla eonv.atioa aa a oooiplruyi.aiyl ta moat
rlAdlUT'Iehs war. tboaarvaUt loudly apl
plaadii.lIltanmarkaM. tbaS'11Uiinnia; of
UlD4ri; aaa Mf.' B4Tci, of R. Totk, w.n tb.
only inombwa of th. .aaeoa'wbo protait.d agaloit
tb. laaaalty dltplayad la tba ramarka va havo
qooted. If any pan oaa dorva to b. known as tba
braad;and-battar brlgada, e.rtklnly tbey ar. tboi.
matnbarl of CongrMS wbo boeoma frantlo, tln cn
lainplailon of th.Mt&ovalof Fad.ral offiea-bolderfl,
anfl ory troaaon, and' talk of rabala and civil war.
IM aa(iu.li.iy 4ui.uiuu. iuaiuu m which u.
had placed theauclvaa does not scan to bara oe
oarrad to th. gantUmta of tha'caacaa nntU aftr
tba adjoarnaaaat. JlappUy, with tba aacond oaa
ana eaoM the aoaoad aobar tboogbt, and It waa con
altidt that Asnv JoasaoN eoald not gat np a r.b.1
Cobgrau .arller than tha n rat day of Daoambar, and
tbit lb. .onntry .onld codora'arbaeg. of aerara
ofrioa.boldars. Tho "paopla wbo supported LlHCOLV
and Joffxsoa In tha lait Praaldentlal campaign.
bara generally stood ty Congfesi !a"the differences
with, the Preildent, bntlt would not require many
neb n'nieemly eiblbltiona as that of tho Wednes
day night cauene ta ehak. tbe public faith in tbe
wUdom of Congress,"
Impbisonmkxt roit DtET. Tlio recent com
mltmciit to jail of Siipiiins, in Boston, for a
debt in which no fraud was alleged, reminds
us that the enlightened State of Massachu
setts still permits her statute-books to be1
disgraced with a taw for imprisoning poor
debtors if tbey are non-residents. It would
seem that a stranger sojourning within her
borders should, of all men, be exempt from
such barbarism. '
f as S6nators elect from Nebraska, Messrs.
Teuyer and TirTO.v, are on their way post
haste for Washington to secure, if possible,
tbe admission of that Territory as a State and
their own salaries and mileage before the ad
journment of Congress.
We ijitRxthat dispatches have been re
ceived, stating that Judgo Frazikr has
caused his writ of haltat corput to be en
forced by a sheriffs posse upon tho two mem
bers of the Tennessee Legislature who were
arrested and held in custody by the House.
Removal or the State Department. We
Icurii that tho new and spacious building
erected for tho Orphan Asylum, on Four
teenth street, near H, has been rented for the
use of the Department of State.
The 1'oRTLAnn Calamitv. Over two hun
dred dollars have been subscribed for the
Portland sufferers by tho clerks in the State
Maj, K. O. lloss, editor of tho Lawrence
Tribune, has been appointed Senator to All
the vacancy caused by the death of Senator
Tux city authorities and many ol the most
prominent cltlsins of Loaliville, Ky, are making
preparations for tba North American 6wngerf.it
meeting, to be held thar on the 2ttb. It prom,
lies to be the largest moilcal festival ever bold la
At tiii late caucus of congressional radi
cals one member called upon his colleague to "atrip
to tha waist" to light tbe battle out against the
President. A good.mauyof ihom aeem to bara
stripped eoaaliarably tower thai) that leulnilU
wtW,- w J
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, waaraksiB awaaiaf vr ajs ., ar
umroTtt, Jely-H, 186$. f
Information bu occa receltM at tui ie-
partmeni from Mr.-0.;AvBATiroint tho
Vice Consul of the UnHed SUtei it Gnay
mna, Mexico, of the deathLon the 4th qfMay,
lTCG.'nl Guarmaal'of Dr. J.' D. Axdrkbov.
Pei Oflet Dapttftmamt.
momtobdh roar omen.
:.Wa httrt thtteatmra thla ItMvUav'tn pubUeh for
ftnoral tafaraaUt an amotat 114 of til Ua addi
tional tnonty ardtr otBoaa which vlll ha put In tp-
aratloa.'on tha morning of Monday, Angn.teV By
thliiyittm montrcanba etntfrom ont atBoa ta
another vithont daaftrfIoaa., Tha ratal of com
mlttlon art: On order not txeatdlag $20, 10 etntt:
arar $20, and sot axota$ng $0. 2ft eaatt, no tin
gla order, leeted for mote than $- IPartlai dettr
logto raaBltlargar tnnu matt' obtain additional
mtnty ordertM ,)
Uaryland Oambridga, Ktkton, MUJletcwn.Tort
Dtpotlt, Wtatminttar.. r
Utlawara MlirorrL', fievatk. Nav' OaiUt.
S"?P.. c.. c' . . .f l-ifl .
UiobiganAlblan, tTbarlottt, DowmIm, lOnla.
LdDoaf. Ltxtntton: MaronatU. Pent Wattr. fill n I
John'a. Saint Jottph. " . '
Mlaneeou Anrtin. Chatfltld, -Port Itldgtly,
Qlanoaa, Handanon, MtaaaapolU, OmUnna, Bl.-
MltBoartBoohfilU, Capo Qlrardtai. Ilannlbal,
Laxtagton. Waoon City, New Madrid,, Sadalta,
" Ntada-Aorora.nAntttri, Canon City.
New Bampthlr FranUlt, Laeonla, Littleton,
HDtord, Patarborongh, riymanth.
. New JerttyAtlantia City, Btlrldtra, Camdtn.
Dorer, Elltabath. .Uaehattitowa,, JUobokan, Key
Krt, LamharUrllla, Parth Ambo, JUhwty, Vina
id. - -
New Tork- Amitardam, Capa Vincent, CaUkllt,
Caienotla.i'Oold Sprtag. Dtnrrllle, Dtpotlt, Elli
totUfilla, Port Edward, Fert Plain, Qanara, Olea't
Talti, Goo rem tor. Great, Paint, Hamilton. Ua
anna, Htrktmtr, , HorneUtTlBt, Jamaica, Jobnt
town, Lantingbnrgh, Uedlna, Ulddlatown. Monti
otno, Niagara Palli, NihtTtVOnttda, Potfdam,
Ehlntbtflk,' Rondnt, Rohm'i Point, Sag Harbor,
Sehoharit, Blag Blag, BktoetUlei, BUpletoo, Eni-
K niton Bridga,t Valatla, Wararly, Wei t Held,' Tblte
alnt, Wllllaaubnrgh. ? .. v
Maiiathatti Andover, Cambrldga, Chariot
town, Clinton, Dadham. Xatt Hampton, Great Bar
rlngton, Qroton Janet Ion, IltTerblU. Ntotatktt,
North Adami, Boxbnry, Sandwich. Warn, Wtbater.
Ohio A inland, Aihtabnla, Barneirlllt, Bowling
Qraan, Cadlt, Canton, Carrollton, Cbardon,- Co
hocton, C roe t lino, Eaton, Elyria, Poetoria, Grtta
field, Hidjon.' TJtbt4on,,Locanf London, Matinee
City, Mtyltnbnrgh, Mount GUead, Napoloon, Otta
wa, Oxfotd, Plymouth, Pomeroy, , Sidney, Spring
field, Troy, Upper Sandmky, wiuhlngton C, 11.,
Watuton,1 Wilmington, Yonngttown. .
Cennaotteot Myrtio Bridge, Ntngatack, Stam
ford, Wtet Wiutaad.
G aorgl a Angnita,
IlllnoU Anna, Btlrtdtra, BlandlniTlIla, Carroll
toa, Carthago, Bnrand SUtlon, Fairfield. Havana,
nil! "borough, JertayttUt, Kawanet, La Salle, Lin
coin, Marihalt, Mattoon, Mtndota, Mlddleport,
MontlotTlo, MoniV Morriton, Mount Carroll,
Mount Sterling, Oqoawka, Pekln, Plttifltld, Polo,
Sparta, Tonloa, ToaJon, Vandalla, Wilmington,
Wooditook, Young AnMuica.
Indlana-tuora, Bedford, Bowling Green, Co
Umbta City, Conneririne, Delphi, Elkhart, Frank
lin, KandaUrillt, Lebanon, MartoMlohlganCUf,
Mtunt Vtrnon, Nobltnlllt,' Peru, Rochtittr, Rock
rlUt, Shtlbyrilla, SalUraa, 'Vernon, Vavay, Wath
uIowaBlDomntU, .Charlton, Deoorah, ,Eddy
riOa, Elkadtr, Fairfield, Port Madlion, Olanwood,
Indapandanoa, .Indlanola,,JLtoaattqaa, KnoTTtlla,
Laneing, Ltwd, . McGregor, Maauoktta, Marion,
Slgourney, Vinton, Weil Union. Wjjiterwt"
Kentucky Colo mbnii'Jandaraott.
' MalaaBotbtl, Bocluport Parmingtot, Gardi
nor, Mathta, Mtehaoio't Pallt..
PinnijlTtnla-. BrookrUla, Brownirtlla, Batlef,
Clarion, 'Columbia. Corry, Cowdtrtport,' Poylti
town, Ebanihurg,' tftttyiburg, GraenTlOi; tlanarar,
Utntlngdon, Indiana, Mahaaoy City,) Mlddlttawni
MliiarBTllJa,4MottUca, lMany,tNw Brighton,
Northuabaflassd,- Oil, . dtykIPealxTUlt. lltbelt
Jtiy, uiagtway, Etauna urort, somtnet, blroudi
burgh, Troy, Unloutown, Wilkeebarra.
tuioaa iiiaaa san urtanwicn, rawtucxet,
Vtnaanti-Btillawti W-Jl. ' Tkarbv Linn. Tiland
Pond. Newborr. Bfortiflild. Watarbnr. Wert Ran-
dolplu' J i
WifoonilnAppltton. Berlin. Laneaiter. Maui-
ton, Mayrlllt, Maxo Mania, Milton, Monroa, Stur
geon Bay, Vlroqua, Waupun, Wait BtntL;
ioit ornca arraiat.
AtBurrtTllIt, Carolina county. Ml., Benjamin
A. WebiUr ti appolnttd pottmatttr, Tlca Vfm. E.
Tha offlea at MyarholTi itora, Rockingham oonn-
cy, va., uraopaato, namatnangaai.fo jrair uui,
and Geo. W. Btanltr aDDolnted Doitmaittr.
Wtatyirgrnla A pew om$t,ii titabllihtd at
woocora canroa, jniiTir cvoai, (vott jjjDjramiD
ranning appomtta potimanar, airaotiy on routa
from Ptttntown to Prlnotton. -a
At Buffalo iboaU, Waynt county, John S. P.
Carroll It appointed poitmaitar,Ttca lllram Lutbtr,
Pennvlrinla. At Chtrleiillle. Bedford eountr
Uenry II. BaTli ll appointed poituuuter, rloe Mill
L. K. Dlehl, declined. f
At uoranam, Montgomery i aounly, xnomai D.
Shay li appoint! poet muter, ytca J B. Smith, re
Rout No. 4494, rarmrilla o ptmbarton, Bam'l
Rhode declining to taka the' pttb,, and Patriok
Rtynoldi, of Oak Fort it, ,Va., Vatlog" filed tht re
quired oath, contract it ordtrtd with htm accord
Pen, Pencil, and Sclawora.
Aliiakdki DrxAS. is Just now busy in re
forming Italian oooalog.
Motto for outsiders at tbo brcaking-up ot
a prise-fight "Save tbe (time) pieces."
Tub Hcnate has rejected the nomination of
Qarernorliolden, of rlorth Carolina, as Walster
to Ba Ealvador.
jA.1 rna Dartmouth collegccommenccmtnt
tb. bonoHry degree of Doctor of Laws vu con
ferred on Major Qenoral 6harman.
Tus New York Ihrald'i war maps are be
coming mora and more interesting. Tha geographi
cal knowledge of tbe topographical artist ot the
lltratd Is reallysorprlslng.
Tub cobblers of Nantes recently struck be
cause tbe name of their patron saint, Crispin, was
not Inscribed on the Alinanact Nantait. The el
manaa baa been corrected to tbelr satisfaction, and
tha cobblwa are delighted at baring stock to tbelr
saint like was.
Tub following gentlemen have been so
lasted as th. member, of the oommlsslon to revise
and oodlfy tbo statutes of the United States, tn ac.
eordanoe with tbe aot of Congress recently passed:
Caleb Cnsblog, of Massachusetts; Jadge Wm. John,
son, of Ohio: and Return J. Meigs, of Washington.
Tub report that a largo number of five-
twenty gold ooupons bar. been Issued surreptl
tlously, and that tbey are paid when presented!
there being noay of deUoting tbem, Is Incorrect,
as baa been asoertatned by Inquiry of the proper
offieers of tbe Treasury Department. No bonds or
ooupons have been surreptitiously lssusd. The re
port probably grew out of tho fact that aome cou
cons, with numbers apparently duplicated, were
redeemed, but which proved on Investigation to
have been simply an error la numbering.
A NBWsrArBB bbpobtbr who accompanied
tbe devotees of "muscular Christianity". as pu
gilism waa termed by the late Ned Wilklna to the
milling match yesterday morning, had his pocket
cut and his pocket-boot anatraelea by aome "low
flung" tblof. Th. depredator waa disappointed if
be expected to secure the bulk of tho erporter's
fortune, for be bad wisely lert tin weaitn at noma,
and bis pookot-book only contained half a dollar In
A cohxvjucatiom from, tho Treslijent, in
compliance wltb law, gives a list of tho aggregate
of all th. feea received by the various consuls and
consular agents during the laat year. Ibose at
London iwere over 1 33.000: Liverpool $37,000;
Manohestor $23,000; Montreal $11,000; Paris $13,.
000: Matamoras $14,000: Havana $33,000; Ham.
berg $10,000; end Belfast $0,000. These are tbe
largest amounts, and the soele dewsads to a itrj
XXZ1ZTI1 OOROsaatSI STUU tRMIOM,
ESS STISUT SKISIUSf
4 a bUlUpmantSbtirU
Mr. Folaad latrodaeao'
being seed aa lnilraotoUef. pSMaUe afelnil
loyal pereona; which waa referred to tha Coatautte.
It proTidaa that la any action of tort, to parti
. ... .w .a.-. i ....
icwa, i tnaii na
falfortha dtfendant to plead
to uma whan tha wrong wu
FInU That at tha uma whan tha wronc
eootmltttd lab nlatatlff Wat dltlerat 16 tha Goran'
-niaUeJUixlWput..,.. twit v ,r J
Dattna. xaattba piaintiir wai angagtd in in
tjtUorigJntinaTafnh.anrU Ihb' TJn.tad
flute. Htyri fiST i
. Third. That tha pltinUfftaldad, eomforUd.aad
thaOoTtrajaantefthaValtadStatai. . v
Ptnrth.-That tha plaintiff hu applied fof or 'Ob
tatoad from tha Pratident a ptrdon ttUatlng. Llm
fram tha panaltltt of traaion. .x
Tha artabllihmaat of one of thett olal ihall b
arnfflclent dafeno..- -- . , ," ;'
Mr. Peattndin, frotn tha Pinna .Commit., re
ported, wtilHaaatBdaMativ tha bill tO-protet th
rarenae, and for athaf pnrpotai. - -"' T
n (UanJamdthanlnUtUim,Jwhlch wqilrtada
lit on Importi to btjatttmaUdon tha tnanaatd,
Talaa, after adding eoit of ihlpmtnt and! otr lr
jranttf, ' by a jprorUo, , which uladaf comWn or
carpet wooli nader twelr eeata par poandfrom
thli moda of titimattng datlai. , , , j ,,
1 A new atctton li' added, which reqnlret tha S
rotary of ,th .Treaeory to tupand tha eallaatlam of
thedlract tax, lmpOKd tn 1801.-inUl Jaanaryl.
18W.J l X - . !
Mr. Wilton, from tht Military ComtnUtt,rra
ported a inbttltnt for tha bill to -ocraaie and fti
tht military peace aitabllihmttat. ',, ,; ,
Mr. Poland Introduced a joint retolaUon anthor
lilng . ipeclal Jarlu la the . iHttrict of Colambta,
which wai referred to tha IMitrlet Committee,
It prorldu thai on application ' bant byelthtr
party to a ioit In the Circuit Court of' the lUUiot
of Colambta, th Court may, .flattened that an tu
partial Jnry eannot be 'had from tatdenUof th
blitrlot. ordtr a tDtclal J bit., and appoint two
lodieloai and dltinttreettd nertoni to make ont a
llei of forty-eight . naraona reelding out of IhtjDla,
jflVV, aauu Ji-T aa) UIUUIHUI , Mjrval .nvvia, su .uff
twelra of whom that may appear ihall eonitltate a
Jary.'taad the othtr dtitbarged. Th rlghfof
chaUtaga ihalthiaUoir4Mta otbTcat. i
' Tha marihal wha aammont and the ;joron ihall
bt tntltltd to mlleaga at to rata of, ten ttntf pr
milt, aid thtJaronihaUbatntlUtdto Mptroay
for attendant.- ' y,dJ" ' '..."
Mr. Anthony,' froia' thi 'Committee onrCIatmf,
reported a bill to pay to Mrt. Margaret Ana Lloyd;
of iWatbtngU'D," $3,TM for rant of her hoatet need
for military pnrpoiti; which wat patted.
' Mr. Edmondi, from the aommlttee on aonferenoe
n the bill farther to proteot th Ilrti of paiiea
gen On reneli propelled In 'whole Or' in part by
team,' and to ngnlat tht lalarlti of itaamboat
inspector, AoV nada'airtport; which'1 wat eot
enrred In . t at '": T
Mr Feiienden; aald that tn th remark! he had
made on tho bill to fix the lelarlei of thaiSenate
a'mployeti, ht had no U tent Ion , to reflect on.th
tfieftney or Integrity of tht keeper of tht lUllon
ar, Mr. J. W. Joow. "
Mr, Brown, from tbt Committee on PoblteBatld
tngi and QroandiJ rapttted the joint reiolutlon' to
nnthorUe tht appointmentiof thrct additional
watehmtn for tht SmtUtionlan groandi; which wai
On motion of Mr. Stewart, tht till granting the
light of way to ditch and canal ownari ortr th
pnbllo land, and for other porpoiei, wat taken np
andpamdw hj i '
Mr. Sumnerofromhe oommHtee of i eonfarono
on the dliagreelng TOft of tbe two Honiei en the
ooniular and' dtplomatlo appropriation hill, made
a report. Among othtr Uemi the oommlttae reo
ommend the itHkTn'g' oot of th appropriation for
tho -alary of Mr.' UamyYtk Mlniattr riident to
PortngaleJ M ? l
Mr, Johnton atked If the million id) Portugal
had bean abullihtiL. .1..
Mr, Sumner, laid ib'at tht appropriation fern the
ouiniog jejav frras ii vu.
Mr, Johntod atfked aa explanation. ,
, Mr.' 8omTfei' aaid th Iltut had raolrtd to abol
Uh th million and wtrt firm tn thtlr dettrmlaa
tloh'iiot.te .'yield.- The amendment had inbea
qoiaty peon modl&ed, to at 0, rtae oat.aar ap
brtDriatton for tha eomlnc iter for that million.
itncv naan modintd. to tt to imica entaar .an
-tipriatton. for tht coming ytar for that 'mliatoo,
ana to protide that no farther talary thonjd be
paid to Mr! Harny out of any faad.If tht Sena'-'
UwUbed-o'knovt-whytkl had ben'dontha.
ho old lend to tha Secretary 'I deik a letter from
SeaTttary gtward. -r;
1 the lttUr aforaiald, Wbleh . referred to a letter
written by Mr. Kerrey to Mr. Beward, arltlelilng
the eonrto of Congren,' and which Originally. ap
Mhrad In the New York Ttmss.-wu then read ' by,
theCltrk. -a.u rr ,
Mr. Sumner laid ht had alio hdtW totter of
Mr. Uarrey, which oonld alio b read.- dit
ThU letter wat alto read by the Clerk..).
Before tht Clerk, wu through, metal Senator
Dbtecttd to tti further reading. 'J 'f h
Mr. Wade aiked how thli letttr cot here. '
Mr. Jobnion aald he'uodentood that ttwai a
Mr. Wade wiihtd to know how It had been pub
lished. Mr. Q rime itld : By authority of th Preildent
of the United Statei.
t Mr. Wade laid It wai a prlrate letter, and he did
not think tha Senate had anything to do-with It,
and ihool Jnot bait aay action onit. .
Mrt Johnewn mortd to poitpone th further read
tog of tha Utter; which wai dittgreed to.
The rtadlng of tbt letter wai then conoluded.
Mr. Johnion laid the communication wai en
tlrtly of a prlrate character, and Iti author had
neter dreamed of Ita being published. The Secrt
tarjr of State eayi It wai pubtlihtd at tbe luggetw
tlonof tbe Preildent,' od hlthfitrtUfy,la'
tbt time of tbe publication, 4ld net Imagine that tt
eoalsdjM conitrued to retleo nponpongreu. Ue
M;r; J.Uhouf ht the Preildent and Secretary had
en InlltT of a blunder tn P obi lib In r thli letter.
It Wat Dartlr a Drlrate'eointnunlcatlon. That Mr.
jilarreybad attended 'to 'hit datleiarery one wai
certain, ana n waa naroiy ngn. to aepnr nam oi
Mr. Wade laid Mr. Uarrey wai no mor to Mem
thtn thoia who had receWed and publlahed tbt let
ter. Their pay wai not to be itopped, and yet they
Wert ai much oppoied to thexoana of Congrtu ai
tbt ' writer, abd wtre mora aulpablt, tnaimuob u
tbey had published a prlrate Ittttr. lit thought
Cungrtu had better bare nothing mor to do
Mr. Pinindin'reirrtUtd that tba committee had
Incorporated thli In their report, but be should rota
for It: ' ' L
Mr. Sumner eatd that when tha committee of
conference came together the chairman on tht part
of tha Honta Informed tht Stnttt eommitttt that
nnleu tbty ware dliposed to adopt the rttwi of th
Houit on thli i abject, (be oommlttee of conference
might at well dlaaolrt, ai tht House would not re
cede one lota. Tba committee were thertfort forced
to consider tt, and were latlilled that the form
adopted by tht Houit wu not exactly the proper
one After tome conversation, the form ai now re
ported at th deik waa agreed on. The oommlttae
on tba part of tha Senate had compromised In ordtr
to tart tba bill. .
Mr. Howard thought tba noma wu right In Iti
action. He did not think wa should be represented
abroad by a minister who ipent hli time In 'con
demning nil own country, and he wished to i teach
thli gentleman that he could not he paid while to
gaged In mch oocupatton.
Mr Uendrioki said be would regret very much
to lea thli report concurred In. lie did not think
Congresi could stand btfort tht country on any
inch ground. The Senator from Mloblgan Mr.
Howard had spoken of Mr. Uarrey ' letttr u a
cartlian croduetlun. Wm not the Senator a
party man? Tbt troublt wi not that Mr. Harvey
naa written a partisan jetter, but mat be naa
written a letter which did not accord with tht
vltwiof tbt Senator. That Semtor made fldtlltT
tohli party opinion! a condition of confirmation
for Oct, He wat surprised that tht Etnttor from
Maine, who had generally oppoied everything revo
lutionary, ihouldeiproii his Intention to vote for
the report, Ht bad sot luppoud that Senatori
oould approve of lueh a count u thla.
Mr. Feiienden did not approve of It, but did not
who co jeopardise tne dim.
Mr. Hendricks did not think tbt bill would bt
endangered, lit bad ofttn known appropriation
bills to be pasted )n the last two dayi of the see,
lion. Another oommlttee of conference oould bt
ordtrtd, tnd they oould have ample time to con
tder Iti report.
Mr. Howard did not think that any ont conic)
object to a juit aad manly criticism upon public
affaire written by. any American ottlun, but tbtrt
wtrt thlngi in tht Ittttr on that table which could
not bt dignified with tht namt of crlllolim. It
wu filled with dlatribei and reflcetlooi upon, the
majority of Congress and be Mr, II. did not doubt
that Iti author eipected It to be published and to
come back to Europe, where It would niigolfy hli
Mr. Hendricks aektd Mr. Howard tf bt would
withhold from tba Preildent and Secretary of State
their laltrlu because they agreed with Mr. Uarrey.
Mr. Howard said ht would pot keep hli talary
from the Executive btoauit he happened to differ
with bio lb. B.Ji bat thai wu net tht swUra
Th. aaattoa was. wkethw a ton'.ii mlolil.f wbo
so far fngU,bla position as' ts aiil;0apeas
waa to txpaHf weather tb.y were to kaakiAsr for
g.lfel of Uielr rwa Mlf-nepNt aa to ay the Salary
of;. a. wf eiteiTed,1ri.wn Oovariavaai: to pay
tb. otender e.Uf tab paaite tnaaary. .
Mr. Baedriea, arfkadlW kbowben Oongms
beeame ta. arswnjweatijls-waaoeilj aahort Urn.
ag that be ASaalaWtratua was tb. eMttra
Mr. Howard aald be had never eUTauH tl
Admtalatratloa was th. Oevernmeni, bat lb
tor from India, had. la ala aMaaks oa It.
ear,- HeoMriaka. t-sssv sasv
arltlcleed. Tbr,9m. aw s.t pt Ban aaywhM wh.
laaaifaa la a larger aaatw or aowe aoaa sney aio,
aadnwt f.rwetk tker aMat aeik. jMkwa ali.Tau
bad as mack right to lake away the aalarlM of th.
uiaorlt aer. for aomaMatiar oa tnwr acts as saev
bad to 4eprtv,Mr. flamy ef.what wu das bJasr
AS Americas; minister' had as snack right to erltl-
CIS. eo.'eoie .1 sn inrnmn h hj nq ... b.
Mr. CLtkqaM b. vary aarry. ti, anyof,lhanv
eiVe nn tb. rlaht. Vbat would XarOM aav If the
news came Out that tha eUsfy of tn. of sir talkie-'
leraaaa aewa'seepaea aeeaae. a. . aaa weaaaaw :
oa the. ooure. otaot of the Oevarameat, aot of
Oongnee-but of a partj.U' Oonareest Tb4r
would t Jeers oaoagk the. among the moaereai
lata. Would tbevnol' ear that th. Ivraanvaf a
deapot waa better than tbe tyranny of a faction t.
ai wnas wouia tnea. geuuemen paywno virsss
tender1 aMat abaee,' while k.Vead tnea tb Ckm
ielt f Uta morntag a 4tspatak from a klgk ametaf
add Ua allaalons to the moat .xalud aBelal of, the
nation) Mr.Cowaa tkaa read lb. following: .,
., ' ' .Kuaviue, J.lr leasee.--
.'Hon: 'J.' TT. roraeyBeeratan.vJ. cVBeaets,'
tra.b1ortoa.We he foaght tb.bettieand wo
IIJ We have rattled ta. oonatUutional amendaaaat
In tb. Iloara farty-thre. (4$) vetea for It, elavaa
(1 1 ) agalnat It, two (I) of Andrew Jobaeoa'a tool, rut
voting. . aire my nspeste. t. tbe deal dog at tb.
Whit. Houaa. """ W. O. BaowatoW' ',
Mr Cowan asked If anything eoojd b. bas.f or
lower tbaa this. Th. signer a? this tlalnwd to b.
a baa of Ood wkoe. tnlaoioa was peaM. i: This laa
gnag. wu aa Inlmlt, ta tats Senate, aa Insult t. Ik.
.Sole American ,.PMpIe. ,, Tbe , paper, erkteh pb
llahed this wu owned bybe Beantan of the Ben.
at. and lbs dispatch wu.addreaaed to aim. lie
hoped , this would ' not go to Korepe, yet another
braneb',nf Coagnas had. r'opoaad to saaka an ap.
pviprlatletr I. Madilt' abroad u fa' spMtmaa of
AmerloejaJomraaUaaa.'r'.'rL .'i 1 i' : xa.:
Mr. Howard aak.dlf this dlspatck, wu aot an,
uk of tb. 334 of V ebraary speech when tb. Free
lieatkad called Col. Forney a dead duck. ' '
i. Mr. Cowan said perhaps It wu. ' Tha ' President
had mad. tbe remark ta th. beat of a etusap speech,
but this dispatch bad beeaflaaaed deliberately and
seat euhomaand miles. 'If what the President eald
wu wrong, this wm a crime,-. II wu atrndoua.
Some furtbe remarks was made, bj Messrs. Fes
senden. Davts and Howe,, 'X' l ,. , ,
The report of the committee was.' then ooncurred
In, and the but now awaits tba' President's signa
ture. ' f . v, UKITJ .)
" MrJ Wilson moved to take ap th. bin to provide
... ., ,, ,1 . i .i
1. Mr. Feseenden thought that tha nnflalabed bust I
J,... katnv Ih. .1.11 annntrwlallnn hill II allttnlil hit. I
tbS vreeedenee.' f
...Mr.' Lane demanded tba yeu and Bayaon tbe
mjtlon of Mr.'WIlion, but iubaaquantly withdraw
tbeall.t.CT - t sji wip i
Th. elvU appropriation bin wu tbaa taken up.
Mr, Feesendea offered aa amendment, apprpptt.,
atlng 910.000 for tbe detection ot persona engaged.'
la frauds oa tha Treudry, Ao. Agreed to."'
St.. (MnJI BfTarwl an am.Milm.nt .'llballJ tb.
property tared' front Ibalrebatstaamer Florida'
iotd nader th dlreeUon of tha Secretary
of tha Navy, and tb prtwd thereof dlitrtl-nttd
u other prist, money til required (ok(Uxtrlhnt4
bylaw... .., rtv ., "" ,
...Mr.' Q rim i said ,tt would b remembered that
the pirate Florida had been captured In Bahta, and
brttacbtto FortrM Moaroe.' where by torn nnaoJ
countable aoeldentahewuTrtnh, aAba-at l,MO
worth of " property had bt4 iehea troajt .her, which
wu In th hand of tbt Secretary ?f th'Kavy,' and
tb object or tn amenamtni wat Meunortte u 10
be told, and tha proceedi to.be dttufsatad amoo
Cant. ColUni and hit offlovrt and cteVJ l t '
Th4 amendment waa thaw agreed t?" ''"
' Mri 'Anthonr moted to Itrika ont, tha aaproprla
tlonof,$0 000h,fortbe medieal adceiirgteal
hlitory.af tJJtt reUUlou, uder tha direeUoa cf th
Burgeon general, aad. for the report of mimical
itatlstlcs U tha Provosi Harthat Qeneral'i Bureau,
ta(beaiptnded under the1 tuperlntendenet of Snr
geon J. II. Baxter, and Insert: "That there be ap'
nrMtat4 for the nuivoM of BrlnUuf: .( anpie
of j tht flnfrolama of thjr medical and avfloalhU-
ceryi war, preparea ny w ourgeaniueqami, ana
6,000 copltt of the mtdltal itattitlci Uih Provost
Marshal GtntraVi Bureaja,'eolltcted by Burgeon J,
H. Baxter, $00,060,' both to be done at the' Govern.'
mintprintlna'' office, under-the direction of tbe
Secretary of Wart.th Mgravtng, Uthographlng,
sta., alto u m amaar ua rapammon, ana to woru
to b dlspo44,o(ai Congma may dieot." ,,
The amendment wu agreed to, . ,fJ
Mr. Sherman moved to amend by providing thai
the appropriation fbT (he 'addition to 'Providence
HoipltaVtn the city of Wuhlngton,"ihalI not'b
paid until the1 plan for the addition shall hav been
nimttted to th ArohlUet of th Cabilol txttnv
rion, and approved by hlni ed itch ao 4 Indigent
persooi ihall be admitted to aald hMpltal wttent
reipeet to creed, race, or color. " , '
Mr. Johnson moved to amtnd the nmattdatni by
providing that tht Incorporator!, on reeej itig tht
appropriation,' ihall obligate themMlre that tb
building ihall be perpttually aid ai a hoi pltaL
Adopted. n -
The amendment u amended wu agreed to.
n Mr. Davl. offie red an atnendment appropriating
$$,000,000 at paymtntof bountlet to loyal owners
of slsvei' muitered In the service of th United
BUUt. "' "
Mr. eumneruhedlf tha amtodmtnt eamt from
any aommlttee. ,
Mr. DavU replied that It did not. i
Mr. Sumner laid It wu oat of, ardtr, and called
for tha reading of the rulei.
The Clerk read from the rule thtt no amendment
halt be offered to an appropriation bill except from
a standing or'itleot eommitttt, or In punuane of
existing law, .
Mr.' -Devi read from the law relative to payment
to be made to colored men mustered Into service or
to owneri of slave mustered In, and claimed (hat
hti amendment wai In order.
Mr. Wilson moved to amend tb amendment by
lubitltntiog a provision, that the olalmt aforesaid
halt bt paid out of tbe commutation fund tn the
War Department, and that the claimant, btfort
receiving any awera, inau nrovt weir loyalty.
Mr. Cr.iiw.ll said the f
' the Oovornmont
was Dltdced to the navment of thli montri
.Without disposing of tbe amendibtuVtbe Senat,'
on motion of Mr. Sherman, want inte executive
teuton and, after a ihort time spent therein, took
On motion of Mr. Morrill, tbe Home bill to in
eorportt 'Tae Soldiers' and gallon' Union" of
Washington wai taken np and read.
Mr. DavU moved to refer it to the Committee on
the Judiciary. It gave thli corporation power to
hold an nnllmlUd amount of real estate, and he
ihould like to have it inquired Into. ,
Mr. Morrill said he had ne objection to limiting
tbo amount, and moved that It do not exceed
Mr. Davti thin withdrew hli motion, and tht
amendment wa agreed to and the bill pasted.
On motion of Mr. Morrill, tht bill to incorporate
'Tb National Solditri' and Ballon Orphan '
Homo'1 wu taken np, amended and passed,
Mr. Morrill, from tht Commltttt on tht Dletrlet
of Columbia, reported without amtndmtnt tha
Uonit bill to provide for the erection of a jail in
tht Dlitrlet of Columbia! which wai passed.
On motion of Mr. Wade, the bill to Incorporate
tbe Washington Lend and Building Company of the
Dlitriot of Columbia wat taktn up and passed.
On motion of Mr. Wadt, the bill to Incorporate
tht Metropolitan Club of tht District of Columbia
wai taken np and passed) alio, tht bill to loeorpo
ratt tht General JIoiplUl of tht District of Colum
bia wai taken up and passed; alio, the bill to pro
vide for tbt probate of and for tht recording of
wills of real estate I tatted In the Dlitriot ofCo
tumble, and for other pnrpom, wu taken up,
amended, and patsedt alio, tht bill to incorporate
tht Wellington County lion Ballroad Company
wai taktn up, amended, and pained.
On motion of Mr. Wlllev. tht bill to aa tho rise
tht extension, construction and nit by tht Bait I.
mora and Ohio Railroad company of a railroad from
between Knoxvllte and tbe Monocacy Junotlon Into
the Dlitriot of Columbia wu taken up and puied.
-On motion of Mr. Willey, the bit! to annul tht
99th section of tbe declaration of right of tbe State
of Maryland, to far u ll applies to tht Dletrlet of
Columbia, wu taken np and. read.
It proridea that all sales, , flftf, aad devises pro.
hlblted by laid leotlon, or any law passed In ao
eordance therewith, ihall bt, when hereafter made,
valid and effectual.
After torn discussion, tht bill wu, on motion of
Mr. Willey, laid ortr.
On motion of Mr. Willey. tbt bill to gradt Eut
Capitol itrttt and titabUin Lincoln Equate wu
taktn np and puitd.
On motion of Mr, Willey the bill to Incorporate
tht Wuhlogton Temperance Society of tbe city of
Washington, Dlitrlet of Columbia, wu, taken np
Mr. MeDougtll tald ht wu perfectly laUsfled of
tbj propriety of tfcif hty. Tbire win two or thru
then wka, If IneorporaUd Inl
ka teapmaee aoel-
tv. wauld b. Mneflted.
Tbe bill wu then passed. H
Mr. Wlllev called up ta.fl
annul the tk aaaaloa of, tkl
of the But. otMarjIased, ail far
tba Dletrlet tt OelaBbla.1 ,'i
Tb. bill wu asaMded aad Uea pWssl.,5Y
Mr. II.adersesL.from thaComasUUavtbeI)ls.
trtst tt Oolambla, reported the bin to-amnd ta.
charter of tk. WuhlngtoaOooTgotown, aad Ales
aairia Baliread Oosapeaiy, with ameBdaeaBta.
.Iks assealsasata preaitlt a.-ulewsiea
tnek over Feansylranla avenue, aad provide .that
uUee the aoapany ku already ootameneed. Shi
work of aseavatlon, and shall within twelve months
have. expended f 100,000, than the" authority t.
build tk. tunnel east of the Capitol shall be glvea
t tb. Baltimore aad Ohio railroad, wba shall within
two yean .Spend $800,000, or tbe privileges given
ov nua aovaan coaaokr 'I kpi i-A'i
Certain other amendments Were tbea agrred to,
aaitke.bin piai4d.')"i- HU 'I Sl&iLL I It
aaotion.-r MrnDTla,th.I8eaale tkaa (i
in It Hn katiaksakeae
"eur jfi saw uaraajwuB. aawrw. , y
'! I ;J ',. H0DOT OF BKntBoaWlATIVEa. c
' Itr. fieealieg, f Oonaeetleat, frees tk Caaaaltte
sa Military Atr.ire,' reported a bin to MUbHakand
proteefnatlcna cemeterlil Beeommltled'and
ordered t b. prints: VX . . " .
Jtfr. Banks, of alasaaobBsetts, on loavvhtr
dBMd a-Joint reMleUo slvtaar th. kedtdlnaT Mtat;
iy oesapied Ar th. pomees f a Fair In aid of tha
florae for Orphans of , Beldlen aad ' Bailors to, U4
Dona: for ea additional fair, lofeUer with ad tk.
snateriala. Aej.L.aUdakra.Slaseaaadpa.asd. )g
at Mr. PrlM, af Iowa.'froaalb.'Conii.itua'oar IM
PadBo BaRnad.'nperteC'a' bints ;autkoHa.tba
lasueof -eeirtalrl bonds.na'd.nomlnatloaS'graater
than on. Usasaad doUar-iPad tkras tlsaeaaad
paesed.lt.' j. If , ' nM.i'-l,'. .
' Rkt H.BN BTMMded t tk. MnstderattoB f tk .
Joint rewlatlon for tb. admlaslop of Tonnoes.. . ?
alr.;Blnghani,' of , Ohio, withdrew the demand for
ao pren.as bbbbuos. aaa ssaoiaMBis sanautaaa,
MaslemiiM?' .1 i - ' x 0' '
Joint resolotlop54lerrng Tenneeae. agalawitltM
I to BeaatorSand Representative, la Oongr.as.
.natem. en.iph(et el avnaese. suae,tq'roaKi
taltk ratUed tbt artlele ef aaneadaaeU i as aa. Om'
etltBtlw of tk. DnIUd 8t.Ua. proposed by ta4tktr-ty-NlBth
Congress to tbe Leftslatans of tbe Myeral
Btalas, andheaalwabown, U the satlafutloa tt
Cangraaa by propat, spirit af .bedleae. In tb.'
body of nM pa.pt.,- ker return to bet da. alragtaae.
to the Oorer.ai.nt, laws' and 'authority "of th.
VTalcaa flta.aaV Itiaaafnaa 11.''. ' " -
IUmIvJUi lie S.muVm' Ifnu eSimttH-
Veselie UmilU SoUMff ataeeriral s'a.Cesagraas
tfajeewM., xaat tn. utau or: Teane.se. uaereay
restored to her former ttropeV'practloal' relation to
tha Baton, aad Is again .atlltad to. t represented
by Seaators aad Bepraeasjlatlree la Congr.es. daly
efeot.d and qualined, upon tbelr: taking tk. caaka
or avc. reqeurea ry eaienaf lawa f " 7;
".After 'eonstderaula '.debate ,tb.'olnt rasoratloB
wss gassed by 'a vote of 125. t0 it .;Th. aanouaofr.
meat of th. resell elleitl applaaaa tarngboat Ike
kallci v' ? A&,t . lefc. ."
Mr. Eterena. of Pennsvlvanla. then tvMrtM froai
tba (ain't 'oommlttee on noonstriAtlon a bin to nra.
rid. for .restoring to tbe Bletee lately la lakarraSN
Uon tbelr full political rlghte. -,. - ,' -H- tt
'.Ameaaaealo s. it wer. offered by air. Ulagaaaa,
of Ohio,' and ' Mr. .ITIIsob,' of Iowa,"aod thea; oa
motion of Mfc'Ufetl.y, of .PannijlranU, the bill and
amendmeats ware laid orttse tabl. by a vote of -W
toJT. q..d.,ll ra 'kr x.w.a u
Ur. Btevens tbon'uered.s a'ouestlon of prlv
UegA th.reeoluttoa 'aatborlslnf tho presiding ofi
eersof.the,two'Housos1o bill Corjgraaa.tof ether
daring th. nMea, , . , ;'.,.',,, ,
". A long dlseUelon 'aieuod aa toHk. ooMtltnllou
aUtyaftk. BoUnmsat'teeolatlon, la which Mr..
Btav.as asserted Its'BMesslty so aa to guardagalnrt
ac..sfvtt..,XlaaIly tb. House agreadtbyavote
ot tl tool, tO.autettBlait as a qaestUa .f prlv-
'A moth, td law tba contfturrent resolution oa tk.
tail, was negatived S3 to B8 and tbea th.'reeo-,
lutioa iteeir waa rejeciea sa to is.
TtwuBaev at batr past sour, aounea...fO c--
.X'OB-nENT A MOOT iDELIOHTFUL
JL' . BISIDUCI oa Oe.r,eowa B.lsbtr, en the eeear.
Edweea Oreea s4 Koatnraery etreets, 'kortk of (ted-'
.art .mat ' a.nl. am tha iMnha, ' la .atatfatf .'
r?OJL.BXK&ZJJOT; ON,. K.'SntEKT
X eetttyaaar. tUy tailreU, fraatuf.aMrly.M.ftea
atad raaalac baek ta a 80root aller. .rite tl atata ar
loot.- jtmtwmm t- ot mwua wmpwixn ,.. -.mi
TitOE 8 ALE-IN TilSi flBJC.vAllD X
X LiEQS TaSII.AXD.a.lralT'aTOKT BUCK
ITCoaa, rantTiu eooms.- atTOBsu, . liros
SIHIXO BOOM U HiLL. WITH LlKOS OIU.AB
DllDia TUI WHOLI liorjsl. Tbe lot eeelalaa ov.r
11,000 rMIT freuB4,aaeertoaltlvaUoa, with grape
11.H, iraii mii,iiren .,,,. wa. .. w.iar
throeeheat lae houaa. It I. a Iral.aleu raeU.aae.aaS
UlaeaeortheaeeslloeaUeae latheellr. Iddr.u B.
Bf Ji; al Ule offleey H - 'ly.flf
JUU.V J'lV 'l' HI '' " (
u.ToepaBea WB.w .aa leriae eaie 01 ail aiaa.
rapars, Slyaary, Clian, aa., at Bo. SIS I street, be.
iwamTalrte.au aa'd iearteoalh etreeU. labeerlatleea
HHia-'' -alj'Mi.i tul ll'i' I.U-ln
OHAND PiaNIO. FESTIVAL- AND
COltCIET will be held al CiKEOLL CniPSU'
lo.lroBi.rT ua.tr. aid..' aa tk. lOtk la.UaL'aBd'a
rand TOCRBAalEnT aaS riSTITAL oa Ike 261b last:
for tbo b.e.11 ot'C tBBOLL CUAFII., tb. oldest Calk
olle eharek ta Ike Called Btatee.'v- 'rr'r .''
-in. d..i 1.1.BI or loe eityor wasaiaf ioa oaa aeea
oecerod for Ihe aoBcert. Coaveraaee. will leave tbe
termleee of tbe rourteoBlh street raUway k Uao, vhll
ore to the Ptaee.'T -, . a -
A Ursa ball 'has been ereeUd tor daaclai.'aod'S'
pi.Baie pea. .Bses... , iyia-ai
.EOBQETOWN Nfftj DEPOT.
" . . W. WHITIBa,,""-,
. , D.u.r la . ..
Bewe 8aad al the foal Oflae, Coaaraa. atreet,
, rjaoaearpwa, D. O,
M9 labaerlpUeB. to tn.
1 vaiLY flanunai, Hsi'UBLican
will be reeelv.4, eed tbe paper delivered rMalarly
every.noralag to aabscrlbere la aay part o( Qaorg.'
Iowa. v 1.2S.H .
Situated1 at tht ooraer of Rlath street and renaeylvtala
avetue, frontier three etreete,
v, , yOKfttHT.
Thle Opera Boose havlag beet ettlrely remodeled,
ref tralibed aad painted, with Mew Seeaery, Drees Car
Ult ltd Kew ntsvU, handsomely Bpholetered, with tew
frest entrance iJtfwrefttdT, le now fully euioplited
aad for rent., ii
It le proteuaeed te of tbt meet beaatlul aad' meet'
eonplite theatiee la the couatrr, ,,.
It will eeat about Afteeu huadred pereone. ta
Tor terms, ae., apply to
South eoraar ef Jlltth etret ttd,
i nl7tolw Pittiylrealaavenac.
g- U D 8 O N T,AI,LO RVV
" B00KSILLM iD 8TiTIOJ(IRfcv
834 reaisylvaata a'vetue,8 deer! west of Kltth street.
Alt tht aew book's of the ate received Immedfately
uioa Issue from the prees,e4 far tale at puhUshert1.
prleee. . . r T
lea ported Statletery aad Amerieaa maaafaetara,of all
grade aad varUty. at tht lowtut Wew Ttrk prleee.
Blaak Boohe of all stylet oa bead, aad made t order
Wlthoat loee of time. r
TliUlif Oardt printed,, at plate engraved la the
latest faealoa. .u-, -.
AU Medleal Booke lupplted al pablUhert raUa.
Faptr aad KavelopH turned to order, apttf
OLW AMD THI OVIHTUHOW OT SLAVXttT.
Wt propoee to publleh, early la the fall of ISM,
THI HttTOEY OF ABBADAX UVCOLK
THE OTZETBROW OF BLAVERT,
Br TIo. Isaac V, Axuold,
(Late llember of Cotgreie from llllaole.)
Mr. Ariold was a friend and associate or Ur. Meeola
at the tar, a member of Congress dtrleg hli tutlre at
mltlstretloi, and from hie trrlval al the CeplUl to tbe
day of his aiiftMlattiea was upon Urine of eoafldeatlal
frUadshlp with bin.
The work wm eommeaeed uetrly a yetr before Ihe
death of Mr. Lincoln, aad with bis tpproval. The an
tbor has aimed to give a fell hUtory or the life and td
ministration of Mr. Ltaeolaaad the overthrow of ela
very. lie eonmeacee wtthaekeleh of the history ef
elaverr from 1787 to the repeal of Ihe If leeoort Co rap r.,
mUe,deierlblBg tbe eoafllct between freedom aad sla
very down to 1190 aad gWltg tht oriole, rist tnd
growth of tntl'Slivery, HegUes a history of tbt life
of Mr. Lincoln, tbe btrdshlpeof hie early yetri, hli
education, bis career la the Illinois Legislature, tithe
bar, on the circuit, la Congresi, on the etamp, the Ltn
seia tad Douglas debate, aad hie election to tbe frest
Tbea follows a history ef his administration and of
the various step, executive, legislative tnd military,
which resulted 1b the overthrow of slavery tnd tht
slaveholder!1 rebellion i and the passage by Congress,
ted the adoption' by tbt States, of the eoasUtutlontl
ameidment abolishing and prohibiting elavery forever.
Sketches of the great debates la Congress of prominent
Senator! aad Members, and of the leading men la the
Cabinet and al the head of the armies, with a general
narration of tbe lmpottant mlllttry Movement, will bt
The aim of the author bu been to tlve a Irathrnl his
tory of the great drama of the rebelllot, with Llteola
u the leading character, aid to deserlb him m be wu
from youlh tntll be became the emancipator or a race'
the restorer, of Rational unity, and tht tavlotr of, hU
con try.' ': .;, " -
.Tbt wprk wIU be a largt octave of not lest tbaa 1 60d
pagei. aal will be told by enbacrlption. -
" " " . CLARK! d CO . yuhllshen,
J;-iW M U(J U WM-HMWtltTMi, ChU9,
II JaaeWia-over to
JO-aTMlweaU Catleta BlwMelUr. Oeuawtltte.
Tba Mlowlaf giBllepe, jKajiei. the lane... Union
Ilaonrvs Ooaaitras; wIm. reesat era aa tb. Dal.a
BaUeaal Club, Bo, fsq Iwejilk, lta.r,balwe.B B aad B
(', ,f .,.....-,, ,v ,, aaij.r Mr.n
the ally an to.aeetedl sail al UaraMa'ol Ikealak-
J""". a )r.OwBaBsHa,lsJ.'lK.1 e
1 ' St(Sr Baerl.o rfaa wi! -.
".. 11.4 ..FaKJST.JBwVr ""'
,a. 'yaw .,
a, una, -ulir.I Ui.'wu
- wh wvi9m, aBM. .
'.'ffL'.' y t,w 1 p 11
C.rraeaa4lu iMraU, ..A
Jo.ar.Cona, ,' "'.
.,, 1 BewNlSlBfcretatKI'
1 7 Irl'twaKf I
rivs Caamttaa, ;oar SO, lssia, eaaaeu, t Ua Baaeu.
MF. v.maB..w WM. J,. at.Mt BB.
el.trrB etteel, to-keh
eleek::.":. .. 1
) latllt, - , . Z. oaatravuvl ',
BabbaU la ahaCbareb. -T-y-i'ffiailhaalk, T
aervlee every leaday al it a.' au aadereaiej-. teats
bw'tr); T. B. H.wl.nCreetaT. - :'' tttAT '
aala ol ParllnaS? kairtUa W. taa' t.Mlkla lu.a
(haabaa avottaflea apoa any Aa.rlasa. town of like'
nepabula., Breanatraiad ta araeO,!. tkali uearataw.-
oa whoa Oed balk,pro.sared t.b.l Ikeai la this
great calamity.' " ' '. " ;. 1
Ta. 1 aadaialsaed are a nbHieaalllee. aeaaaaratA b.
a lepreeeaUtlva eeraaltlM ftoa alt lbs rillgnwa-aM.
mm i. wi. ai.av(M aonni u. receive eonineauaae rer
Ihe relief ,e( .at ratarera," ' " ' 're.ii
We woald fala have walla, a day ar two, till w. eMld
preant store ferlaela.ddUeltoetueaeane'.arle.aee
aad our waala,b rtready edre'ehoered by'sisay"
geaereM (if la (rea abroad,, aatWaatlag ear apHal, aad
eeraoet la,alrloo eeae as frok ear eleter eHtee aad
towaallbtbla Halo aad bM.ad,'tok.ow wbaawwiraal
L ,-vre-a.l.a ISaaswer;resWhnVieiNtn.,Mrlaily.
taai ere bom eeetnaatiaaa or saoaay, la lata aaaaaat,
aaiaaaaoaaaaaraa.1 )- .;. ."- 1
aaajfaeaaaeees ear paepie ar aeateleea. Tb. Bret i
aeeoaaltlee of f. ai4 lnperry aheltes were aaaaUad '
by lb. activity of ... ewaatUasataad the pearl kind
a..so( la Mihtorta. lewae, pabtly aided by IMae.''
et 0, eart.raa.Ura' ataraa, kader la. lataaedlata aad tea-'
eroae eaaoUea ef ta taerrtary W .War. Bel every er
1e revaaUacalboaasaA 4latreeeiag weu,waJ.raaa.i
oaly be, .applied by Iks Jeaarlrt' sMSaallw ef eaak'
researeeala large asgrecatS'asaeaat.f J ' " ' V . '
Tkeaaaade at, the oaferoro have aot a ebaaffe ofel.tk
la, , aot a bed, aor a blaaket. Borer am a e.ataarall.a
ee eeapletely deetruetlve t Oraat aitBbenef tasaniee
have wottl.j ftr, tar,. iaiaUtl'MWb.a.bal4 food.' :
aad ether Btapetty wer. reaaved affala and esaia aa
ptteee ef seryuad eeely.bat Savoured by the lessee Bt
luV1 f " a w " v " ' '"'t " "
Oar bearte bleed for tba e(etai.a aaiwVisaaor Ue''
near baadrede af Uttla .bUdswa, and let OM balpteea IS
lick, who bad to pace through tba horrors of that dreed. ''
" "ST. "" "T rBl "AT"" ii. r- r '-3 4
t We caaaot exaggerate Wle calamity. 1 lyathlilas
meade, who have eeae UtreaeUer pUvsee, deelare
Ual all ramira of the dlMsler' Wer. far abort at Ike'-1,
frlgbtrel realOy.rV 1 .' -1 - " i
T aae.BMHSbasn.k.adred aadin.yaeTee,!a,
tlfetery heart of oa.eltyi,bt,ye.terdey covered .with'
beaalUal dwellUge,wltherebeaea,el.re., raeakfee- )
serlea, end a large aaaber'ef pabUe edlS.ee, 10 bow a '
deaolaU aad aptaUla Weill. , Taie eoajagretloa ragrd
saore than twMV. keene without ur cheek, aad etepped
paly wk.a It reuhed.tke vaeaet "l.als eautd. ef Ike'
eUy. Mora'Uu aU.BvUee'.tetraabai.yrdar
aloaaly llaed en aatb eldeeBmbbelUlafaadlbaaa(
by a beiy aad haeoy people,' ao aaarealy asTerd fecit '
pelbs Ureugb the aalvarsai rla.',We alUsspl I lad' '
where tbe'beaea.V.urt'frtaBde were elaadlag tbre.'
daye aga, and w. :. .ereelve. la a wtlderaoM, with-
Hal aaa ranllla. aktaal . a ..IJ. , .1 .
I ,' ,Te relieve the laaaaaerabta dlitraea if oar iiaealeee
f towaaaea, to euatal. ar,laberlaf 'aaea aadjW.seea
wall. T eraowauiag.aaBteraeal, e. pt.veat Saras
. pei.lle tbe HparatleBorfaalUen,u ikeerlkebearls
'of kaadlee of raotaera who,. at . Ilie;a.sel.'eaae
aetklas.bat hover aver, tbelr trleaas' USU. ebtldsea,
ta aaMet tkeee era." trill aaea Ireet buaUe IwelUaa MS
the .ltd et, tbelr Iwt i'oaa., aa4 te,gtve aawage aid, "
hepe ta aU of aa, who are la bar, tbf berdea'af reates,.
lag tbeaa wastes, we aeed alt each paeualary MnbibB
lleaa ae the oherily aad goad Jalmeel ef three wb eee
thleepp.il may preapt tbea to glvei2tJ;!JJl ,. r
eeb,UUiMllvlly.r.ar IosJTjVU tbelr dUJo.li
lloa to lake ease of IbeaaelvM, thai with Meadry kelp l
for a time, tbey will eooa viae above tble ealaaetlyi but
CoBittrTBiasil TrtoBrlal fHirtitlaBal tts kaavr Ikavt
yoa win kelp t.,n tr my n th I ispaleae af yaat pa-V
trietle,brqtheFbo4--aBrthd mvelat of yoar ChrttUan
aympatby; 'rfdibty aadilhatkfllyywe uVaowledgt
that we an ttlU aider tht fiver ef Almighty God,' aad
we ate tan that B will dlspot rear aetxte t work '
with Bim fof ar relief ,"iw7' t '
Coatbutoesaj tartettly aVsirelhaf JalOetble
eaw-wlU be taktn In tb. dleWbetka of tb heaaty.w.
may receive, t dltbvsemeBtawlUbaaderlhadv
vie of areepoSslblt'foaeral tmmUliepreeaatln.
kU tlaaeeaVud WBUhUg-vvaU(iuterinf laterott
.very efort will be need to adselalttet the tappUetalm-
ply la prcpertloa'ta the imiwIIK v - ) '
Mr. BpHeg, oat of tha' member! of be. iiVMnHai(V
tee, wIU u u treasurer of meaey4oaatifNf. n't T
If aay pertoat er eemmpaltlet an dlspotW, la addlo
tloa'lo pecaetary gifts, bottrlbt alee braadstuaV
ttred metis, ehoea,ileth, or btlldlig mattrfale.ihtyar '
reqiested lo give nettle of the eamr to .7RSkBx
fOX, ehairmsuof IbtiBxeeuUvt Cmaltttof BeOvf.'''
who will advtaaumforwardlag. -',
Bdltora of aewipapcre are napeetfally raueeteCta
publish IbUtppeal P.'bABITM W,U
-1 " JACOB MoctlLtAlf.
laTtw,JulyTllSa. -. ""-
',t CnT Of POBTLIBO, )
MATOE'sOrTJCS, JllTT, 1908. J
I earnestly tomnetd the objeet of thi foregolag ap
peal to the frieadly ceastderatlea or all ' aeaevoltat
pereoee.--' r AVaUSTVI I. BTBVBMB,
jyM-tf ---' . Mayor.'
' dt4T-Amasiaiutter-Prii deelrlsp; th er-
vlcea of a COPTIST or AMABCBlTSIS, eta be Meommo j
dlted by a lady who wrlUs a tneat aad plait hand, by
ayplyltg at V M fiUth: atreet weal, between M aad
St etneU aorta. ' ' ' epM-tf
-M B...-iMriiiM i' .af. 1- a
Mf ICarrlSaani sued iMhr mi Beat.?. )f
Waraltg and laatractloa for Toaig1 Mea , Alt, DU
easeb 'aad' Abueee whleVproetral the 'vital powers,
with ear utant of relief. Seat free 'cf t barge 1 tealed '
Howard Jteeoclttloa. Philadelphia, !. aplTSs ''
fJV-Btth MdPreeklttIdlM aAlcUel
with Discoloration! oa tht Pace, called moth patch or1
freckles,' abould use Perry CelebraUd Moth and
rrecklt Lotion. Ills ImVllblc, Prepared by Dr. B. C.
PJHRV, Dermatologist; 49 Bond street. Hew Tork. Sold
by all druggist In Waaalagien aad tlsewhen, Price
it ' . ' mylT-ttAegm
1 49 To th CUUoEUof s3orvatwit--AraB
raagemeat bare been made to have the k arc Lie a de
livered promptly tad ngularly every mortttg to tab
eertberc la every part of Georgetown,
SabicrlptloBCwtll bt neelved by D.W. WHITISH, tit
hie Ifewe Staed la tht Post Oflet, Cotgreae street, who
le the agett for Qeorgetcwa, aad t whom all eon
plaltU will hereafter be made. . k
TermTtl cents per month,' payable ta the Agent.
4aBra-IMllstc .iUrat TM Bard fr
the Bxamlaatloa of Breooat-oadlig Arms, of which Oen
'oral Heneoek le president, Is now la teesloa at ITo, $1
Ami will U received dally, between tht hotre of U
a. m. and S p. m.. until farther notice.
UvcBtors art requested to submit their arme la par
ion er by ages le the reeerder of tha board
Capt, 0th U, S, Car., Brtv, Ll.ut. Col. U. 8. A.,
WMs-lam Memnta Pl aalwe--a. Valwabl
Remedy for thtt Dleeaeei aleo, a Coaeumplloa Destroy-
er, aad ta tatlrt Curt for the BntihltU. Asthma, As. j
eta Ufoaadal Bteltt Drtg Store, appoelte Matloaal
Hotel) OLlmta'e, tear MetropollUa BeUl ford's, cor
ner of Kleretth and PeaBsylraaUaveaBei Bttwlslt'e,
corner of Twelfth aad Peeuylvaalaavoauef Illiett'a,
corner of f aad 'Twelfth etreets) llarbatgh'i, toraer of
Bevetth tad Q. " Jall-tf
49"Wsa4trfua hut True t Msutun lUv
ixavor, the world-renowned Astrologtst and Somaam
Uteatee'tht very'fettfrtt of the person you ' art f to
marry, aad by the' aid of au. lastrumetl ef latense
power, kaewnu thePeyvhemotrope,gtaraateea to pre
dtet a perfect aad life-like picture of the latere htc
bead or wife bf the applicant, with ' date of marriage,
tecBpatlea, leadltg tralU tf thtractir. he. Tht Uao
ImpoelUoB, u teeUmaalalt without a an her eta aaaert.
By etatlag place of birth, age, diipoalUot, color af eyet
aad hair, aad paelfiiaiSftyaeate, aad stamped etve
lope Uejwduyooi,yflt wIU receive thtptittr
by reitra mail, together with desired laferaatloa. ,.
i Addrtu U eoalducc, Uavaks Qsana Bhibctov.
r, Q. S9X WCWui Troy V, x fsWawsf