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fbe Wnyncisbntrj i'qntbUcan. WEDNESDAY, Al'KIlV 14, 1809. FOR tlOVEHNOlI, ' JOnN .W. GEARY", futytt oM deeiiion ot the EtpllKi.an jfuninatinj Conttnticn. fMB A.KSSOX3 r THE PAST, Jt'isn poor patty that caiinot profit by defeat. The old Whig party coulJ; 19 also can tlio Republican ary. But it aecms that tho Democratic party is Incapable of learning anything from past experience, or of looking into the futuroi Long yean ago it maile Slavery its idul. Any Statesman mlgU nave known that the current of freedom would soon overwhelm our country.' But Democracy clung to Slavery, loved it dearly, was walled to it auu was awept way with it. Then It tool: ,np lL-bcllioti, an I the same result" followed. Now its idol it opposition to manhood suITrago. iV '.'.--III i- l.-.l Ft I. ivepeai is y uo mc uiuuu ui hwikm rnMU0B jwm1 of tlia Fiftocntl Amendment, passed by our Legisla ture, and which is now before tlio Leg islatures of the other States for ratifi cation or rejection. Any ono who lias watched the pro gress of opinion in the hist ten years has seen the current working strong y in ftvor of Manhood Suffrage. Ten years ago' thcro was hardly a man to advocate it: now it is adopted by States. Tit in tho faee of aU this th Democratic leaders are arraying their party against this current, and are as euriug their followers that they will at last win the day. Well, let them go. ?Yhora tho gods would destroy, they first mako mad." We mizht as well beat them 01 this question ns any oth r. Tho Democrats had their lingers oorchei with Slavery, burned with Rebellion, and wo julgo that wcu they are done.with Manhood Suffrage, they will b willing to keep theic nds off of things. " The iVtai points out a sinful jr fact in tho last annual report of tho Prison Agont. The statistics submitted show that whilo crimo has been on tho in crease among tho whito poptil.uian, It has been decrenins arum)' tho blacks. As the colored population of Philadelphia "aro tr a man Republi can in their political creed," and the majority of thl vhltps Tbtinenitie (vide Wallace's campaign documents), thd Pi-cai argues "vcfry , forcibly that Pemocracy has sonvithin;; to do with tho increaso of crimo. Tlio point is well taken. If wo are to ba guided by the reasoning of th-i Djtnjcntis journals, certainly the culor of the skin has'nothing to do with the question ; or rather, if we a-Mept thiir theory that it impels a man to commit all manner of base crimes, it only strength ens the positiou of tho IVow. The thick skull, long lieu), sharp shin bone, Ham Biblical, thcologioo-politi-cal theories don't bear pointedly, or in strictly philosophical manner, upon facts submitted by tho Prison Agent. In fact, we doubt if ever Nasby can help the Democracy out here. - " Axx now five months havo come and gone, and tho deluge of American eitlxens of African descent, which was to sweep over Iowa and Minnesota in consequence of the adoption of impar tial suffrage, has not -only not come, but there has not been a shower I And 0, one by one, the lugubrious prophe cies of the Democracy p iss into the ridiculous jargon of the past, or what MuUins might call the oblivion of collateral chaos and everlasting smash. TwrrcnELL, who was to have been hong in. Philadelphia on last Thurs day, for the murder of his mother-in-law, committed suicide by taking ar tonic. Eaion, who killed Timothy Heemui. was hanged the samo da v. Some of the papers aro blaming Gov. Geary for not pardoning theso nieu, who both protested to tho lust they were innocent. We think if a jury of twelve men convict a man," ho ought to be punished. Gallows' confessions are humbugs. ; The election of a Republican Gov ernor, two members' of Congress de feating Dixon and a -majority of the Legislature is as good a result .us could be asked for in Connecticut; consider ing that the Democrats generally carry the State oloction since tho inaugura tion of Grant, it is auspicious,: and indiomtivo that his course is approved by the people.; ..' " ' . The Mofiongahcla Republican, ed JLted and published by Chill Ilazza'rd, Esq., mado its eppcarauce this week In .a -new dress and enlareed form. TU JJpuWioqit is a spicy . local paper, M eqoye aescrveaiy largo circuia ttoq.. ' Qts. Rowiiy, tlie late U. S. Mar hall of thU District, will be nomina ted ly the soldiers of jVllegheuy coun- icenater. : Kleilf ei'liSC 131 THE BIBLE. Many of tho most affecting and most important scenes described in the Bible, transpired under the splendors of oriental night. Sodom and Egypt, Beenhcha and Babylon, Carmd and Gil boa, Olivet and Einmaus, Jerusa lem and the tea of Galilee, have each, by night, been witnesses of the power and glory of the omnipotent Jehovah. The author of "Night Scenes in the Bible," has followed the shadow of night across tho landscape of divine revelation, and grouped together the sacred scenes which are made awful or impressive by the mantle of darkness IIo has succeeded in bringing to light "now and beautiful gems from the mine of bible truth," and has produced a dolightful volume. The leading clergymen of the country have given it their most-cordial. approval as a "unarming ana "lustructive work. Tho style in which it is published oxeels anything it hJeoa our priv itgn tn examine. Th stoat ngrav ings by tho first artists of the country are pcrlect "gem of art." We havo space to describe but two of them. The first is "Tho Night Watch in Mount Seir." Beside one of the moun tain passes, with grand peaks towering crag upon crag, oi either sale, stainls the vateh-tovcr,and its soliury watch man. Just through the pass can be seen the first bright streaks of ap proaching dawn. At tho foot of the pass, wholly shaded by the overhang ing crag-i, a party of travelers aro en c impel. They cry out to the watch man 1 "Watchman, what of the night," and down through the pass comes reverberating that cheering cry, "Tho morning cometh." Again wo pass on down the ages to tlio liiii-j when tho nuirning hud come, and tho Sun of righteomneu had arisen with heal im; on his win 's. Before us is a lone mountain side, and a prostrate form kneeling on the uivoushioncd rock. Tho pale mooiihs.uus creep among the crags just revea!ing their barrenness; tho s'ars shine dimly overhead ; a huge night-bird flaps his wiuijs and breaks the stillness of the nt'duijht hour; but g'ory surrounds the. lowly form it is Jesus for "it camo to pass in those days that lie went out into n inouiitaiu to pvav, and continued all night in prayer to Uo I. It was a sublime scene, ami tho representation bel'ni'o in ten Is to awaken the roust devout reflections. Lot parent who wish their children lo Wo tho woe.! of Cioil anil umla.vatn.nd its lessons of love, srtfUro this Vdlume, uiid givo them free access to its pages Slstlit Hi-enr 111 I tin Whin, hy Rev. Daniel M nv'i. i. I). Zeler, Mi-i -urtly A Co., 1'ulilli.li Tbl.j., Cliu-liuiitU, A.'t)icuui atiO 1, Louli. tc riiii.ic 'iti:ir b:m,. The bill that recently passed Con gress, 'to pi'otcct the ptiblic credit, has been signed by the President.' and is therefore u'law.' it reads as follows: "Be Umaoiat, etc, That in order to remove any doubt as In the purpose of th Government to ilisclmri'o all just obligations to tlio publio creditors, and to settle conflicting questions and intorpretatioi-sof thu law, by virtue of which obligations have been contracted, it is hereby provj'UM and declared that thu faith of the United States is solemnly pledged to thu payment in coin, or its equivalent, nf a'l the obli gations of the United Stales not bear ing interest, known as United States nutcs, and of aU the interest-bearing obligations of the United' States, ex cept iu cases where tho law authorizing the issue of any-such obligation has expressly proven that tho same may be paid in lawful money, of other cur rcucy than gold and si vcr ; but none of said interest-bearing obligations, not already due, shall be redeemed or paid before maturity, u 11' ess at such timo as the notes shall be ton vert able into coin, at the option of the lio'der ; or, unless at such time as tho bonds of the United States a lon er rate of inter est than tho bonds to be redeemed can be sol I at par, in coin ; and the United States also solemnly pledges its faith to make provision at the earliest prac ticable period, for tlw.red niption nf tho LmtCtl Elates notes- in com. is banuit repudiation.. r. rue LT;sr sews. Congress adjourned on Saturday. The Senate re-asscrubled on Monday. iVshley of Ohio, was confirmed Gov of Montana by ono majority. Con gress passed a bill andthe President signed it, submitting tho constitutions of Virginia, Mississippi and Texas to a vote of the people. In tho Legisla ture the House refused on last Satur day to concur with the Senate resolu tion to adjourn. " A banquet to Chas. Dickens was given in Liverpool Satur day night. " .-. A Family of five pcrsons xyas kill ed by the insane father iu Oakland, Miiin" last . '.jlVctlncsday,.' .Whither aro Avodriftiiig? Qulv the vcek be- lurv a e.iuiiui lijiu u.wviiiav1 u adelphia. Are yye rushing intq.insanj ity by our fast' living,1 :' ;". "TaE sin despised above all others, both bv God and man, is hypocraoy." Sam 1 Montgomery. A gnuluato of a College, and cannot spell hypocrisy.! Yogliave .ccrtainjy practiced, it long eoosgMoinow how. hc '22ntjncsbnrg KKCiKsarat'vriw.ii is vkohwia. Through the courtesy of our Con gressman, Capt. Donley,'" wo have re ceived a copy of the "evidence before tho Committee on Reconstruction rcl ative to affairs in Georgia." A care ful reading reveals tho fact that Ccor gia is not quite so much reconstructed as some pretend, especially in tho mat ter of punishing whito men for killing Negroes. There seems to be no pen cral organized opposition tothe etfforce ment of the law, but tho Frccdiiicu are afraid to prosecute, and the people are too Ignorant to give a hearty support to justice. A Few extracts will illustrate the state of things: Columbia. Co. Ga., Sep. 1.1803. Nathan Flcmmiug this day appear ed beforo me, jho ordinary fleet of Columbia county, ueorgia, an I under oath made the following statement, viz: On the niirht ol'the .'J'Jth of August, as I was preparing to go to bed, I saw three men approaching my Inline, 111 Lincoln county, each of whom Inula pistol buckled oil behind him ; and as they drew near tlio houso they took thorn olTand lieM tjicm in their liands; but fina Iv passed by my house ami went to my brotlicr-in-law's house and asked him where I was. lie told them I as at home, an I then they returned in full speed to my house. They aske l my wife, who was in be I, I where I was ; and when she told them she did not kunwtliey commenced boating her over the head with a pis tol, blie cried for help, and finally escaped from them, when they searclnsl the house "all over for inc. 'J hey wnitcd at my hoiuo several hours; and at last I managed to get into the lioue without their seeing me, and took my clothes and started for Columbia county. I solem'y swear that I do not know of any reason why they came niter me, except that 1 always refused to join thu Democratic part when they have urged mo to do it, and I It-it wording fiir V. lniuud Lynns Inst June when he ordered mo to 011 nocouut of a dispute about a slmat. I solemnly swear that I bo'ievo that my I i would bu in danger if I should return to mv home, (.treat uumliem of color ed men in Lincoln enmity I know to be in "langcrjor tlioir lives, and tbey have been ever since' the election lust April, when the whites told them they should sillier for voting the radical ticket. They are now wading for Mr. Madison to tell them tint it law has lnvn pass ed to protect them. If there is not a law passed soon to protect llicm, they will not darcstay there much longer. 1 am afraid to go back to Lincoln coun ty niter my wife nnl children. We travelled in tho niht from fear of the whites. Nathan Fi.ummi.vg. Vitncss: John W. Lovixo. UuU-cjaAQ, i--jHHuj'.1: .-I' f.Jnn l co.iniv. " " J. .Sl KAttSS. biu co.iniv. (J. ol'KAttSS Whether tho pcoplo of Georgia de- siro their State to be admitted in to tho Union is well answered as follows : Question seven. "Do tho peopV desire peace and n restoration ot their priqicr relations to the .States and gov ernment of the Union?" Aiwoer. They lo, provided the country is to bo ruled according to their views, and in Dcmncrutu. in crest, but if it has to lie ruled by thu Repub lican partv negro-worshipping party, as they call it they want no jienco The list of murders and assaults witji intent to kill, committed upon Freed people from Jan. 1, 18G8 to Nov. 15, 1SG8, gives the whole mini ber at COG. In the majority of these cases tho assailants, were whito men, and no action was taken by tho civil authorities. The tenor of the whole is something liko this: 55. August 30, in Calhoun county, Harriet King was taken from her house at night into tho woods, whip ped vith hoards and switches on her nuked body, whilo lying across a log, by Collier McKt-akcn,, and Heiidrick and George Wootcn, all white, for calling a child of Collier a mulatto No arrest. Assailants at large in Cal houn county. August ol, in nanilolph cotintv, George and Minnie Cassiday badly cut with axes by Ucujamin nnd David James, (white,) without provocation. 0 arrest, liotii asssuilants) at large in Rando'ph county. August 13, Thomas county, Jenny Wyehc was assaulted and no attempt made at rape by. n white man named Houston. This dune the on the pub lic highway. No. action by authori ties. Many such cases could be given, but the details arc sickening. So long as the people of Georgia continue to thus maltreat the Negro, and refusoto rec ognise him as a human being, so long should their State he kept out of the Union. A Temperance Convention has been called to meet in Monongahela City, Pa., on the 27 nnd 23 inst. It will be conducted by Hon. S. B. Chase, Pres. of the State Temperance Con vention.and late R. W.G. C. T. of North Americai An invitation to all Temperance Societies to Bend "repre sentatives is given.., . ,. - , - - J. If we work upon marble it wi'I parish if upon brass, time will efface it : it we rear temples tlicv will crumb le into .dust; but if we work' upon our immortal minus if we irnbtio them with principles with the just fear of Uod and love ot our lei low men we engrave on those tablets something which will brighten through all eterni ty. Vamel Webtter. CoHQREWS adjourned Usl-ftrtonlay, 'TRcpiiblicciit "j3Sci)ncstnji,Sbpril ISO0. MESSAOK t ltoq jjnuilDair UU.IST. WAsnrvoToxApri! 7. The fl lowing iiiessugo w received from the IVcsi-teiit by Congress at lour o'clock this afternoon : Jfb'rti Senote anil Ihue of Ptpraeiil nllcct : ' WhPo I am anrjthat the time in which Congress urT-ses now to re main in session U tvry brief, and that it is its di-sire as fur' as consi.-tent with the public intere.-t4o avoid entering upon the general business of legisla tion, there is one ju'ijiet which t-oii cents so deeply rV' wellarn of the country, that 1 deem it my duty to bring it lieforeynu. i have no doubt you will concur wit I iiiq in 1 lie opin ion that it is desirsbie to restore thu Stales which were cur-'ged in the re hellion to their re!atins to the Govern moot and the country at as early a period as the peopji nf those Suites shall bo found wllini; to become ! peaceful ami orderlj eoiii.nuui'ics, ami : ! 1 .... 1 -. io a iiopi uint iiiaiuiaiii h ick c-insuni-tions an'd laws as vtill cffeetuallyseciiri the civil ami political rights of all pci-sons within their Inirders Tlie autliorityof the Upited States, which has Ih-cii vimlitMtl and etali'i-licd tiy ilif niiiitarv ti-v, jfimi.it inuloiilited ly be assertisi lor tfW alwiluto jirotec lion of all its citizvu in the full enjoy, ment of tliu freedom and security ieh is the olijeci'of repub ican gov 1 ...... .1 1.. . r . .1 1- . u. .i . . 1 . . 11 re iel. ous ?s! ale trn re:nlv lit no.i.i- ill good faith upon ' tho accomplish ... ...1 ..r.i.: : .: 1 ; 111 tiii 111 1 in.1 "'ii-i i, 111 nil 11 e uuiiioriiu 1 .1 1 .. -. P tv with the constitutional aiilhority of1 Congri'ss, it isivrtuiny desirable that all causes of irritiit ion shouhl be remov ed as promptly us MKsib e, that a more perfect Union may be established and tho country be restored to peace and prosiierilv. Tiie Convention of the pcoplo of Virginia, which met in Richmond, on Tuesday, J.VceialwT 3, 1SG7, fi-anied a constitution to.-that State, which was adopted by die Convention on tlm 17tll of April, 1 SJ -t.nii.l I ilesir.i n sectl'iil ly to call the intention of Congress to the propriety nf prov iding by law for thu holding ol 1111 election hi that State at .-o ne time during the mouths of May or June next, under- direction of the military commander ol the dis trict, at which tlieipustiou of the adop tion of that Const it ntiou shall be sun uiittc I to the ci i,i1is of the Sti le ; and if this should seem desirable, I would recommend that u separate voti h taken upon such parts us may be thought, expedient, and that at the s.niiH lime and iin lei' the s a no author ity tacrc soali 00 an ciection tor tlie oilieeis provided under such cou.-titu-tion, or su-'h parts thei-cofnsslial' have been adopted hy (lie people be submit ted to (.'oujrcsson the first .Moiul.i of lleeeniber ucvt for its eonsideriitiori, so that if tho same is then approved, the necessary Me p .will havo lt cn ta kiyi. iiUL tllu.Jttiliui-aA Vil';iWlttWW i.jo, y, I its proper relations to the Union. I ,.i,iil!ieau'.S I I . I . I ... ... I . . T . .. I 1111 led .to niaku this, rei-oninienilatioii frni 11 tin) ciitilitli-.it hopu and belief that the people of that State aro now rca ly to co-oper,tte with the national government in bringing it into such relations to the Union as it ought lis soon us possitile to establish and main tain, to pivo to all its pcop 11 those cfptal rights under the law. which are asserted in tho Declaration of Inde pendence, in the words of the most 1 lustrums of its sons. I desire also to ask the consideration of Congress to the question whether there !s not just ground for believing the eomtiiu rion framed by the'Coiivention of th people ot .Mississippi tor tint ante, and once rejectedmight not tic ngaip submitted to the people, of that Stare 111 like iii.'iuner, and wil-li th ! probauil itv of a different result. ' Signed U. S. Grant. Washington-, D. C, April 7, 18(31). r.strn flnMlan ori'ue Sennit). The following proclamation was issued this evening hy the President : Wiierhas, objects of interest to the United States require that the Senate should bo convened at 12 oVock on the 12th day of April, 18(i!), to receive and act upon such communications us may lie made to'it.ou thu pari of the Executive; now, therefore, I, U.S. Grunt, President of the United .-dates, have consi iercd it to bo my duty to issue this my proclamation, dcelnring that an extraordinary invasion roquir es the Senate of the United States to convene for the transaction of business nt tho Capitol in tho city of Washing ton, on the 12ib .day of April, 18fi9, at 12 o'clock, noon, oil that day, on which all who shad at that time he entitled to act as - meinliers of that ImhIv uro hereby ? requited to ta!.c notice. Given' under my hand and the seal of the United Stati-s at Wash ington, the 8th of pril, in the year of our Lord, 0110 thousand eight bun di ed and sixty-nine, and of tho Indo pendenco of the United States of America, the ninety-third." By the President. rsigncll - U. S. Grant. The extra session is called to act upon nominations to office. Late Mexican correspondence says Civil war in tho State of Tam iul.ipas continues to rage with iin.ibited furv. A party of rebels under Vargas do feated Uswlic lo's troops near Villa graoSi, capturing his ciui)ngi: arclii ves, and twenty seven thousand dol lars 111 siiecic, 1 he samu party at tacked" the city of Lin ares, but met with heavy loss. Escobcdo's policy towards the.- rebels- is of tho most bloody, relentless character; nothing hut extermination satisties hint. He has given orders to have shot all fore igners who are not provi led with uassnorta. Two American traders on their return from Saltillo to the Rio Grande, were robbed by the military, shot and tboir bodies Imng up on twse, -vti .-. ..... The Italy U Xaiamllsnl litlava IbtaaujMt ariaipiurltol haVras. A strong writer and a powerful friend of freedom, thus discourses on the duty of the naturalized citizen in reference to the stidject of impartial suffrage! Tho wheel of foituuu re volves, and that party or nation which yesterday was raised to 1 lie very xeuitli of power and glory may to-lay havu "its nose to the grindstone," with the tiiong lacerating its tleli, tin I tlu fetter weiL'lliu ' 'town its liui'is. Bj just to other, iiimI you nee I have 111 justto otiier.ii.Ml you .,,-e 1 nave 111 ; tears o-i your own ...count M-ke. .stlilragc uoiversal in t ie Uep-lU he. L-t it be thu ri 'lit of every man. lie cause l- is a man. Let neither birth norcfi-ediior color norela-s lie a burn er in its way. - Do this, and you have seen the last of tho base and brutal bigotry hieh has tabooed lie.' foreign liorii citizen us a creature to bo avoid ed and oppressed, which has shot down the German and the Irishman 011 the streets l Louisvil 0 and New Orleans, ami which as.,u..r..e..op,.o,l, .y ,. lll'ill... ..1...M.1..I f.l III. It II. 11 li.ll! I 1 , r 1 1 . n ..11 . 1 lloojs of his insolent villainy on sub jects which are saercd to. tho minds and hearts ofhu dreds of thousands of better men than himsuT. Do the opposite of all this as, e regret to say, that to many of our w ll-iiieau iiigeouoti'i men liavcshnrn them-e'ves onlv ton ready to do establish the principle of a "white mans Govern men , iiuiKPoi izeiiMip n mere Nixon ' ' or (.tllic institution, exclusion of all other to the virtual races and pen , i .1 1 les i 0 this, and von nee-l not r 'i .1 ' i- bu astonished it miii find the on of wrung and misery, which ynu forced so freely to the lips ol others, presented, without much ccreiiioiiv, to wmr own in 'oli the poor foreigner was the victim of that tyranny which s.e in to have a lurking iu too miny human h-'iir.s. In '(Jl it wu tho negro. In '7-5 it will be tho Chinaman. After that, we suppose the Indian, or some other scape-gout of human viliauly, will be the o'ljcjt cl'pi rsiiit. By and by thu round wi I b. c i.n,ileto An I wo will iu all probability, tin I ourselves where we coinineneed, iu tho fiery waves nf persecution. It is alsolutely certain What h is been, shall be. Nor is (hero a race on earth that ought tohavecon ned thu lesson more effectual y than our own. The penal days nru not so very long passed away, nor isthupow cr of their enemy, F.ng'nnd, yet so coin plctclv shorn as to make them go secure of their own ri rhts that they can ven ture to trample 011, r deny tho rights of others Then let them begin at the found. ition - Fstublish the rights of a!', then who dare wag a linger at us HCI I K l'l'. Thu Republican victory complete than we snppo-ed is innre it when our. lust issue went to press. Marshall Jewell (Hep.) is chosen (lovernor by WKVrtcatW-!---"! 11 ate ticket appears to run decide lly better th in the Governor. We shall not he surprised to find the average cp'iblicau majority nearly or quite l.Otltl. Lint this is the le,i-t 1111 pi. imis fea ture ol inn triumph. We b ive 1,'nw Republican K -pn -s. nlaiiw s cimsi 11 to the present ll-iu-e a e'en- gain of two so that the ilcieg.tioii slaud ihrce f ir us out of t air ; w hereas le ast iis three against ns to one .tor us. The defeat of Iiili.oe'; in the New Haven District was hoped for ly our most sanguine friends, an I that was all, as the District had given over 2,1)00 111 ijoi'ity again-t us at the two pr-cc.liiig State elections It now ects Kcllog ( Kepnlillc.lil) hV o. majority. 1 lio IIiMuiol icans h ive iiierea.i -d their niaj inty in the Sitite Senate, l.nt have lost in the House from local and persona: iiillnenccs, mainly c111111cct.il with projected Railroads and llai road bridges. Norwn k, Dauburv, Canton, Ivist Hnddam, nnd a dozen other Republican towns, have each chosen one Deinoeriit to the House, while we note no Democratic 'own but Waler burv which lias chosen 11 Republican. Tho House is, however, Republican by a majority of 15 to 20. The majorities for Congress are as follows; 4. Strong (Rep.) over Dixon, 70 1. II. Kellogg (Rep.) over Babcock, 323 III. Starkweather (Rep.) over Con verse, 2,25 1. IV. Pxtrnum (Dein ) Over Bcards'ev, 700. . - ThoXVth Amendment is thus no lily approved. Its opponents have com phoned that it was to be voted on by Legrslaturo chosen before it was framed. Nov Hampshire has sustain ed it by a large increase over lust Spring's majority; Connecticut has rtjected her Dciuocratiu Statu officers expressly to ratify it. The Democrats insisted that this was the absorbing issuoof the canvass; they fought their battle on it, nnd were beaten. Let them never more say that it has not been fairly carried. Tribune. Tun self-exiled Southerners who left the country after the war because they thought they could not breathe the to them detested air in which the Star Spangled, Banner floated are now anxious to get back, and in order to facilitate their return tlio Uovern ment ol the United States, with a mug nanimitv nbnost unparalleled, has di rected Admiral Davis to furnish free transportation, on a ifovernmoiit ves scl, to any citizens of the United States who may now be voluntary exiles 111 Brazil. To 'what a humiliation these hot headed sons' of tho South have thus subjected themselves. How much better to have remaiifb I upon their native soil and accepted the situ ation after Lee s surrender. The applications for office at the New York Custom House are estima ted te- reach 40,000,' rauM WAftuiattTo. The President cintsed n cable te'e gram to be tent to Minister Hale at Madrid, notifying him that nis resig nation will he accepted There is rea son to believe (list he will cpecdily be removed, if lie does not resign. The quarrel between the Secretary and Miiiis'cr is bitter and disgraceful, but thu niiise of JFuic's .retireuieof lies ohielly in tho fact nlonled to last week iu the Spanish Cortes, lie bus not ice 1 1 iirui'ii; in unices contraiiunij if U1(r , Uif ,U ()- ,(( (j0 1rivi,r(. iu wuy ,ril,,0 'for hU ,,, & l,1I,sill.rtt)u amount. It is said that he' had a connection with a store, and brought in k ods free of duty from England. For two days cxeriiiieuts have been in progress at the Navy Yard with Dana's concussion fuse sheds. The rcsu'ts attained aro highly satis factory and very important The in vention is one by which round shell are exploded 01 impact. In expert wi ile.j b ,,, t .. failed to explode. A New Orleans dispatch ay a for midable expedition under Frank I'. Blair atld General Sieedtnan is fitting out there to assist tho Cuban patriots. The first installment of the expedition will bo sent on a steamship to Cuba, mid it is said there are no fears of Government interference. Tho friends of Mr. Motley assert positively that he is determined upon for Fnglaud, and that Mr. Mornn, Secretary of legation, is to to re tained under him The.ru has been an increased strugylo on the part of tho friends of John Jay yestetday and to day, and the President lias been strong ly inclined to appoint him on ft coon 11 1 of his known American views, on the A'abama claims. It is also known that Jav favors the cession of Canada to the United States. General Sickles tiller a long consul tatiou concerning the Mexican mission, has concluded to decline it on the ground that the policy of Mr. Fish seemed to promise only a continuation ot Mr. Seward s, in winch, however, the latter is at variiinco with the L'rcs i lent; Grunt being himself in favor of a verv positive policy with Mexico, has renewed the reuuest . that Gen Sickles should accept the position, and the latter has an interview by appoint incut with the President to night. the 1.1:0 istr hie. ( II.ni!isnui!0, ' pril 0. Sr.N'ATrj The joint resolution pro piviu a ciiustitutioiial amendment chuiiin thu October ehsition lo No vember in cverv war of the I residen tialeection comiui; up, Mr. While mnved an a iieuduient siihmitliii x this and other questions to a coustituiioniil convention ilea I lei I hy toe people 011 a vole at the next October elect ion. Mr. While's umcnJiiiciit propitscs thirty delC(;afcs id In7s each voter Voting j for fifteen, and one hundred represent ative delegates. Overruled as not ueriiiiiiii.iind the hole suljcct post poned. Tin-joint re-'obilioii for liual ad j iiriiment ou Friday, the lGlh inst., was adopted. The bill ciia'olin;; buildinp;, snvin and loan as-n.-iaiii'iis to collect debts al'ter tlie expiration of charters was pa.-sed II0L0B The Registry bill passed finally umk-r operation ol'the previous iliiestion. Hie bill ullowiii; parties to contract lor interest at seven per cent, was de feated, veus -J'J, nays Hi. l'he (ioyernor to-day vetoed the lill'iiullioi'i.in him to eoiuinnto the le.ith penalty to imprisonment for life. flu detiiis that it is in accordance with his recommendation in his hist annual message, wherein a desire was express ed simp y to commute death penalty in six cases distinctly specified, to such terms of imprisonment as nmelioratintr circumstances might justify and ue maud. jEE THE UUKAT BLACK. CAT I Alagno of Oooda Hi II. A. RINEIIART'S. Beau. Bean. Dried Faaehea Cried Teacbei Dried FedebM Ooldcn Syrup. Golden Syrup. Uoldea Bymp Salt. Salt. Salt. Roasted CofToe. RoftJtejl Coffoe. Roojtod Coflea Opposite th Court Itoute, Woyncaburg, Ta. - Wbleii will boaold. CHEAP, CHE. VP, (J-21-10 CHEAP JJISS01.UTIO.N NOTICE. Tliepartnerahlii heiwtofore oxlatlnn between A. It. MililriHl una II. Oiinu-r, nmli. the nnme ol A 11. .Miiarini in me i.niiitiei ntKitiKai a lJiuli.riitKiiiK uusiiu-Ka, ia tins any msnuivea, 111. . I.. unril.u II.ih mill k.MlllKl V. .. A tl 1 HM I.UHlll". VI 111 M ... Will TO ngium ... n ,F, Mllilml. with whom tho bimltK will h li-fl until Uie Ul of May, wbea all avcou ni a m ear I ie i-lnaed - ' - A. if AIUjIIIIBD. AprlH.lPDO . 11. OA.N1UK. T have nanoolateil mvaelf with O. J. John: tin d--r tlm name or Mildred A John, In the Oiblu.-t Makliitfanil unni-rteicinK buaineaa, ourahop la liiinii-illtitelv biv-k of tlm l-'annera' A Drnvera' National Hank, where we are prepared to do all kln-laof Ann nnd course work, out of the beat aloated matrrlal, and at tha Inweat rutea, I will b pleased to oae my old enatomer call. ' t:T-. ' , A. B. M1U)RID, . tti.$ccll4iwuv fit LIE SPUING CAMPAIGN - . OAS jilKCN Ol'&XKD . ' ' ttlth ttit Lsr-est Slock f HOME-MADE COOTS & SHOES I t - - Er offorel in Wajnabur(, ' at lilt uliop of t; in ',') john ;m, WINOET. n hM mitral tamrttanit af Maa'iaaa ftnra Hill-. CmtrM I KID 1HMU. Idtillaa' IHra' uaOC'lillUitit'iBltonisnil tillppan la r4tT- TIUIjT.i lluvlni ino'nv. Unrc rnn-aof th bMt work. tiK-u Ourlnj lh piii wlnur, I hT ww on SUPERIOR LOT OF GOODS, : . . , t Which I offer for anlt nt low prlta M MB W MiUriHIa aa-MY WORK IS ALL IlOMI-MADXfai AMD 19 WAlin.WTrTiTO BS Gool Msterisl and - Well -Made, rnon ilraltlnR to pnn-liiuw thuia tl toun. mm iu a.iw luajr una urn goiu, - WORK MADE TO ORDER, Alwiiyt In a neat and Surhl.i)l. Shop is laok nC th Worley Huuw, atar I'ottoreir Tannery, April T,W. WAVNKBUIIO,rA, , B OOTS AND SHOES. ' ; NUWSTOCK .. - , " 1 roa smthM wrah' o' at - '; 1 W. I. ROBERTS' SHOE STORE.- La J ics', ; M isses and Children's FINK KANCY DKES.S WALKIN'Q BOOTS AND O-VrTEnH, OGNTtEMEN'l t . French Calf Boots, And every dcairablo aillcl uauall round la A First Class Shoe House, H Iu tullMi vari.lr. Tiimh K ii ti art ttrtcll UU41UW IllatU, I4UU Warranted to Uivo Satisfaction. V Hnvlns ntinnrlnr fiinUUlM for liitrtn In Htnck from Hint 11 111 It. w. w ou It ilnloiclly nartnr. ntiHiil 1 urn wn am mmblttU Iu glva our uiMkvuwr an ttavaiiUitf ul' ruin 1'Oj T TWKSTV run on tlielr puro'vuM. Cillan l rxitmlnr nnntltjr una uniuptr prli-r mil HVVIi MONbV by 4 nii.viui( h lwnr.iirs' wiiot: htuuk, Snyern' Cornar, ojirnilto tlio Hhnrnmn Houx. Muruli 1l.no. Wiiyiiinliutj, fa. . T H) I'Alt.MKHS, rLANTl-UtS, SlUPl'liitfl. . 5 COUNTRY MEKC1I.VNT3 1 OTHERS. WOODWARD & SIIEPARD, OENEHALPRODUCM , . COMMISSION MEIWII.VNT3," 1 . 123 '.VAICUES STIIKET. NEW YORK CITT. 1; .. 1 1 - .'i 1 Hi ' Invite yon to onnalgn lo them your ' Ashea, Bccawux, . . . Beau, I'M), Barrio, nutter,. , Clieeae,' tolloo. Mil, rial, , : 1 . . ( , 1 1 Woot.rrulU, Furaasktna, Flour, Qruln, 1 . - ileal, Oam, i-,' Poultry, Feathera. 0eusln2,Scd, . ; 1 ... Kavl Btoree, " rroriatona, - Oils, TallnS', Honey , "nrthum, Mulaaaea, WUlakey, lubai-ao, AO., rrttCK CCRRENT laauHwrekly. ' ' , Marking: l'luti-e nwl ( nnla furulab'ed. " AilvnnrH iniiUe on cuiialKiioieuta. Upfereneo glvcu when Uealreu. ' Jan Wea-ly ' i , VEW EMPIRE SEWINO MACIIIfE. v . , LoeVMItcb, '' " RECEIVED TUB FIRST TRIZE AT TUB Oreat Fair of tlie Amerlmn Institute In New York, Oct lJ, 18U7, And Hlaheat 1 ri-iiiiinn for Heat Mftnnfactnrlna" Mucbliie at I'arlB ExpoatUoo, July, 18UT. WHY IS IT THE 11 EST t ' It runt OTur aeaina all Tight. It will tok FIFTY STITCHED TOTHE IKCH ' ' Finer tlmn any oilier Mncliln. tt wilt MW II l-.A VI Kit A N O Til H 'K Kit OOOD i than miy nilmr innohlne. It nae any and Tery kind ol thriuid. It aowa atnrchcd nood 114 well an unstarched, It w tlie moat Dellente, 7hli, fort Fabrle, wllhuutdruwlnir. ItanwaaliliuiHoamaa.. well o any other. , . Aleut Wanted. Liberal discount given." Empire Sewing Machine Company. ' V t J0I Uowcry, Now York , EVHRY MACni.SE WARRANTED. Feb.lin . - ,'. QRAOO A U1LBEFIT BAVTW . ; LARGEST .AND BEST Selected (" of Dry food, Ornrerle, OneeiM ware do., to . ba found In . t CARMI0IIAXL8, GREENE CO., PA.' And thr aell cheerier than anv Mher flrra B.MMMu.m n.M.11. Ih. T.U.ranh flMn 8-77-W, f'.n. CBAOO. T1AOI.F! FOTTItrnT.-r.W; Bower. propfMM jOautmt of every kin kmtaad wlada Tk order. AYull nrplyef lb eUhrat1 Well, bnaf !. Marab !,.