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SATURDAY, JANUARY ?, Ir366, T RIFLE SHEET? I .nu- of ih. Trihaae. PA.LY lil I bl Ni:. Mail ?-nbH-ribi-rs, j.$,)W 1 copr, 1 year?.-ill nir.nl'??*-?. t v BEMI-WEEEJil i HILL NT. 1 oopr. 1 year? ll?4 number?,. *|4.00 '2 copies, du. J-'''1 - copie.-., ur orer. for ra? !i ?jonT. ?-'?(-'? ?SEEKI.Y TRlBtlNI I copy, 1 yeai"6i aaaaberi,... ti.00 Audi... THE Tii i LI NE B+W-Tscf To Riieelleerei We a?ill thank otu'adieatle-ig raitomento hand ?. theil Adifi:.., ii t nt? at ?. SBrSj an l,o. r in p. received ?ftei !? o't loak tbey camict bo clatt.it.ed ui di r tl.e i eloper bet. !? 1 .1 _ TliK __tRT7NR Alma.wi le,' 1866 is u,?sr r"S(3y. Bessel iii-,! rattsreeal The Ttibiine in l.oni'o-n. ITerEM BBOTHER**-, Ann ?a A - I. r I HHiartettaM L'.vrat tlardei S. i ?. ?r. nut rtb??aleol Tbv Tilt',' NE. 'J' i, eil sirs :? ', ? Issessiisass ?nd NEW8 OF THE DAY. VOBEION NlCVf '?-.. 'I'ho itean?hip Nova, ?Set?! ittu. from Liverpool ?lanuaii i, vin Qreeaeaelli January 5, arrived at l'o:t land jr.?!??! .11 v. l.i l?f?ing five ils> ti lalor new?. A uurr.l'Cr of American vee? 1* ure aiiioii?: * f?*r??rs from tiie reo-nt Mfl al ii: BieS?4 the ?a? gl.rt'j OOSlt. Mr. Bright had made another piciit spr-ei-h on the I'eforiii qoMtioa, at Koehd.t!c. The inciting ailnj ted a ? li ti> 1'.ii ?lament pia.iu?* lu. an i-touision of ?ut?rage ami voting by ballot. A vor> dieestroei firo imd ammaroo at St Kstbceiaa?i l>iK.k, I 1 he ?Lin m Mer.- i -tiuiiiteil at I4*??,tji00. Cross i llalLftUj IBB-HHII of Lord Crewe, bad _M> boc;: ih-strnv.'d by fire. The loudon "fasal urge? acci'.eration in ?lie payment ?f tu?* Escliah ?It lit and quittes the peopoiition suds nrtlie i<uyniei?t of the American ?'.?-lit as an imrnnve. The oil., .ii Qmttttaof rrus?ii likririao speuk? ??:'the noces? ?>f the American _etltatteaa tai i ensiin'? fie ttack Bede ujMiii thim in tba|Trsa~iilraa| aad otAn i el ii'.? erieteersey. B . ' ti m..re 1 ' n.na? hare been sentenced at Cork, i.d the tri:i!.-i ?if the welader wen nd rsraedtothel s.?izes. Tsr.i foreign 1 eiii.i.'K wen ti-M hy the Judgo bat they s?.mid not be ? railed lur trial if they left the I . entry. Tho ??risnncrs were cheered through tiie j t-t-e?? l.v irfi crowds. The l'iii i aaticlpBlSB trestleafter the departure of1 a Fre? i tree] -. Ne hetoid Hie Pteaeh arra] 11 V? a ; aai ? ii:?.1' that after their withdrawal tao eneuii?*? of * ia Chun b could go to Rome. Hy the arrival of the Ueary ?'!. lU-iccv at this port we aie nets.? from l'anaroa to Jan. 12, The Si'nuisi Ad ural releja had committed suicide, lim Mech?te of so of. li,? lue lilnukadod Chilian ports bad "Mea : lind, n Pent, lae ?."veriiiueat of Gea, I'iado fire! neutral ltitfait.'ia. In Holivia the civil wartontiEIBM, The .m?ritai Mi:.i-ter at ilo^uta has pre-cnted a note of is Croveruuiert protesting nc-air.?? a .aw ?,a--ed by the olotibi.it m M?ii A-?ril , :- ., a?? contrary io le Hostie? eiutiug between the two countries. ??l?;"*??Kl??a?V"_. "NK"WH. A** t!.' Lmpraniaa prevails to sumo extent .atneaiivor ,|uitc ail the Uintiiiruished yeneaagca Lowen ai Ire Bebe?Rare beea 'urduned. it i--tu-e,l t T\t a '" '-a'1' ' tigaAUtm thal assets 1,100 spallea. -.ont an- ass iiixiii the I'rasidi-i.:'? teh ' ? are b*.-. ibor?. r.?? ??v-rii _ssj__, letn fall utiiler tbi B'21'.IJOO clause. las.iCed a.? foli?n s : ?1 embers of B?Uaiatd Sr itos army office.--,, 17? prominent lietel ??sil officers, . io Unite. Btatea atty, ne. At it 11 ?tia : of the property bolaen nt it ii reek Betts*, (nicln.sti, a ii-silutiori v.*as ad"' dattai ? esaualitas le ??etitioa the Lefblatars ta npow.-r ?? i eily i fCiael?IItl io MB leir.ii all the over? ig-ed l.m:? of ilill ?'reuk Bolto? ta the awefthl , , try. Iii'.-amount of land s-.'jii! io overtiow is cbou* . joo scie?, iruu of which is prepaaed to ose for Ila i ^ m of a beats ssd AbbR for aslppisf j the balance to H id et n? ir ila il value. W A un* .-? i.L'fr fruin the S_nneia' Rod C lalsf Brookhya WBi aaaRed <.n iin-corner of Beek iri ami \'. ___i -u. yer-tcrd ty u;un:iii0' a; 9 o'ilock. his way la lae i'ark Biak al* tala etty. *ttre icvc? in a ?-agua eff.cted tho lebherj, BBS ef thfat dd'ttily l| iii ^iii? to tLe ground leizinu the money j lepera le ban enatalaed upwaid oituo.oui? d rutMiLia-,* -is plsoe iu Hie wagon, wbicb was pul.y liriTeii awuy. The Pealao Baaata rea embled yeiterday, '?^ed a rcsolutiot. tt-i-ornmeniiing Prealdasl B i ii a Ceagreei of ths IRsImi to Beet in Pitt?! . ef Fehrairy, and adeaaai m "Add."..*}.. ' *??rel? rat lewiai the aci?n ,ii tin* r'-tent C'otiientiou I lintoii Hail, aad fisting thi; it did not rcpiuteut ! views of ? tx.-ijonty ef the Brotherheed, 1 The Bonae Judiciary Cniiiuiittce hnb Bp the iject of further f 'onstitutior.nl ammdraenls. but ha? ived at Be toat-iiiiit.il. Bsssgh i.? kS'iwn. bowcur, 1 a *iYa.?l-?iigton upeciul, to rvudi-r it cnain Hint Hie umittee will at an early day report au am.*ndineat, rrtdllH tha: uherc b.utk rui-ii arc not euutied to vole y shall not be repn-?ented i:i ?Jonpreti. 'mi:.-i?? o (.cn?' >?ilv??(lnr, al.'iH Pellieier, an ?el eoiirj irati r in the uiurder of Otero, was ??lae d trial ye.-terday in tho Court of Oser and Terminer in ?Cily of iii nuki? ii. After ih" impauuelinif of the ,? aud tin- opei.iog argnuiei.t of the Mltrut-At *ii?r, the case aus adjourned to ?Monday morning t. .?Jss uni (I'Brx'ii, ss. :ti ?nu in, ir.i? ye-tertlay ii?.'uti 1 n |Ra llbscx County Oy..r und Teruii.icr.ai d ided no: i-uilry to two iuiiict::n-ir.*i for munslanghter ?autiing the death ol' Mr. Goroon sml the Is] l.?-.tt, hetl!"eof ihr.? railroad disaster on the?ew-Jerkey iroad at Newark, a few weeli, since. The badil ? ?d' tin* cup'.a D, pilot and lady pat? ger o', the brig Neva, lau ?y wrecked oil St. ?JohuS, ., have liecti recovered. The bsttM 'if the cajtahi I pill?' were found to tie mutilated, and the mato has ??i or." if'l at Jai'ktoiiiilleo:.' _u?? iciou of murder tbem. trig.-l.n. Kin^, commandant ?if the poet of (?u-ts. Ga., ii hile riding near the city yesterday ircooD, accompanlod by bis wife and daughter, y ead gentle?au, was stopped by '.ighaajrutu sad part} a ?vc roblteu of three borscs. , Tho Naval flBMBJtttB of the lloube is ?sen? ering the petition of Mr. Forbes, asking peyr?o?nt the Idaho, which is not yet constructed. The itrsct price was |w?0,0?0, and Mr. 1'orbe? claims t bebas already spent *^,i*tf>n*?n her. I'heoilnre Allen, ol' the late finn of All?*n, gb?-? A Kile*-, bounty brokers, wss arrested In ooklyn yesterday, and taken to Nee Jersey for trial, a oharije of Laviiig defrauded rctruiu enlisted at .bok-rtn list Spring of Rl'^.'-OO Tiie Exeeutive Coauuitte? of the XVIth A? nUy Cnion Assoeistion met oo Tbird-ai" . be ecu Fiilv-i.lnth sod Sixtietl ?ti., lan evening, and journed to meet on the sar?.nd Monday of next ,ntb. ; Secretary McC'ulloch f-ays that he hat no t-oUectiOB of hiasing made a tiAt? mont that bd had vised hu? c?timatc of citton i, ,, " * ' H 1 putitatovei l.i-rO.UIO bales. liriehiiui -OR-fi hwked bv au hu aaygV it argi-ifj Iba s?! si ?Salsa of Utah m?o ?In T'tiion ai a M M '?errroria'. Com initie "ibv> tae mallar B?der o. -i .c Gen? Sbe?rid__, aaya a Waah~ngtea ?pee ?al, hssbsea I aalt sala* to pat nstoji to the la*?vk*?!iiei?? now sa *iic*ij|eii' a.cthg the Tsxaa frottier. \ it'TiM.ri'i! iu Buffalo ?asl Dight,ina ?buililiuir on Rf.ilst.. oeoevied by th? clotli.ag nnd 'cloth Lotis? ?if ?Mtaiaii _ Co. I'll" Committee of Way* sad Keaoa bal im? ;i-. I Mersey asea it-? member? iii referet.? ? .'* at; i:, apon the Loan bill. TI 8th Maine Regiment wa* mustered otu at Kuri! in Moores, ami left for 1 onie "-salarla**, (lula clii.tal at 13E . . - ngia low a- 1 ?r?, yeiterdsy, Oold-ia-sriug fleistsiiisBl ?tock? ?re hird y h ilreai, bat then i? no nueual ? -. r. - -. - *. -..- ' . . ? nsilasfii areetesdy st.d tiank ?to.-?? finn. The New-Tort reiiwayi wne loirei sad the list |sa n r aritbeat spirit i?a M a ? j ?:..r'..^t li trilbsal sbssai is ?a? lespeot. Csll offered hi ni -a: abaadaan st le? nte*, l ? 6 per i-i'. erith i.tv.-i t?rn.? ia numerom este?. ConSBSfsisl pepee, ?'ia'": ft* dioi'-e laor'. bi'li. ?ad Hr* j hr gocd. There i- i fe?? ti bl a 'ii ha -ii st l?'l". but this i? not in Ijvoi. _ In the Staate, yesterday, bills were intro duccd and referred, forbidding my agent col ! ''liiiir a claim for bounty cr pay of any aoldier, to cbargi af i oM?ing flO, on penaU* ol ?lino and iiupri?-onment: and lo pa.? certain ?"ii. ? ra o? cullin d txoovt tor -or-.:em between theil a?'i?!>ititm'*iit and mii-tcr-in. Mr. SO-MBT preeeirted a petition from citisaoa o? the I'it-triei lor equal lava. Mr. DooUttli peeaeated the credentials of William Marri-, ci.um..a? te represenl the State of Florida, and pronounced n eulogy upon lum. Mr. Somnec ivplied by ahowing t'ait, rit.raia i** BtUldi*?b?yiil. and the cradentiali ol' Mr. Mania trew laid on the table. The bill to enlarge ti" powers of the Froc'iliiicu's Burean itbi debate?! by -faaan? j Bendricks, Tromboll and Baulabi-ry. The amendment, limiting the titles of the freedmen aiilii Geo. Shannan _ order to three years wm adopted, and the Sonate adjourned. In the Hou e, a (?"nini'.ni?i.'icii waa n, eired from tin- Secretary o? the Treasury conoeraing tilt' decrease of ?mr meroantila marine. Billa were i ni nui iced reg-latii gP ita itera* lal-ries, aermring certain privilege*, ander treaty to african ? ?tuen?, and to prerenl immrglingi and a bill paying C? F. Ander.-on $75,000 for aanr? i ??- on the Capitol axtention waa pa ted. Reaolntiooa were adopted to impiir?? into the ezpedioney of exempting ti tt?boati no1 cominoi] i-.iriic r- ?in VTi item irater fre?a tonnage taxe*. InstructingtheComndtteeon lui.au Affaire to regulate the payment of annuiti? ? to the Miami*; inquiring of the S cret iry of the Tresfoiy what apportionment of currency baa been made to the MTera] SI iteai calling on the Secretary of War for corif-jiiiiidoni p concerning raptnred can? non: and int-rniring u to the exp -ia ney of re pealing oertain stamp duties. The House thi*n v. ?-ut into Committee of the Whole on the State ni the Union, and tuck np the Narai Appropria? lion bill. An Item of $106,000 fortheptmhaae of Slaney'? lal.ind. to enlarge the Portsmouth, N'. EL, Navy-Yard, was di?eti**>ed at length, and finally ?stn.ck nut by fi7 to 40. Mr. Rice remarked that th?? Narai Conimittce had cut down th?* is? cretary'*. ratimatta *}*."?, ? 1000,000, and that an amendment wa* pending to save $800,000 Blore. The Etatise then toot *?"? President- Message, whirl, waadebated " "ii.iif* and Smith, aft?-- arUch thB ?**c"4BBI ' .?ried. ia was el " ted by 'the Se? v, ?? -te'i'. ??: lV"'. i-i"! "1-; GoTfrr ran m a Union candi-, clat? . 'f tiie whole influence.! r nt and the military I feat of Mr. Holden I ,ne President that lie' .or i'L-v e??liil>itioi) of di-loy-? ttated tO permit Mr. Wi.rth t" j a. t?\ c. (iov. Worth'i fir-t meaiage,, of . we print b telegraphic tyimpaia, pro? ?ii'-'* a law to prevent the collection af debts .lie N'.irthern creditor-, adviaei the diaeODtlBB? I lance of the Freedinen'-t llureau, aaeertl that the |neifroen can get ju?Uee from the* State Court-, Ireftiaee to aoggeat any proriaion tot thair pro? tection, and being himself a pavdo-ed Becas? . ? baa the Impertini nee tu pray God that a returning lenae of patriotism (!) will ere lo-'er' indine Congress to admit tha iiehel State to their "conrtRntional rit'hts'" Thal will do for Worth. "?? -1 ThB Secret a :y of the Tht tTJ I ian?'.lit* to] the Honae a report atating that the entire di ? crease of our mere mtile marine daring the war i ?t?'lined by diligent inqnlry not to exoeed 901,488 tuns; whereof B00,3?D9 trni were tram terree to foreign fl Iga, and 101,163 tan** wet* destroyed by piratea of the AnglivBebel eort. T_ta is le-i?> tlinii one-fifth of the whole tannage of the United State?;. The Secretary expieaiea a decided opinion again't allowing th?* reiaine of regiaten to American reaaels v. bieh, daring the war, ware sold in order to escape the riski of ca|it''.re. Such a mea-urc is again.-t the past policy of the country, and not demandad hy any present nc oeaaity. ___________________ The moral inllu"!itt vhicb the re.itor.itimi Mt the Union continues to c"?erci-*e ia Europe lal iiiirvelou.-. Kven the official orgsa of thal i'l-'is-ian (?ovirnnifint ?vpeaka of the loccei "i Amcricau irnvtitiitioii?. 'J7?r London ISt-tal flnds every week aOBMthing new to admire. Iti now ur<*e.** England, by refcrciice to the prepa? rations made in the Paitad States for the apeedy payment of thouattonul debt, to ;?() anil do likV Briaa. __-_-_-_-_-_^_-_-__ The Pope, it BBBBtt, no longer conceals from laumrielf the impending doom of hts temporal dominions. In addressing the Ennch troops on the 1st of January, he BXBfBBBed thele.ir that the enemies of the ('Lurch would go to Koine after the departure of the French troops. So, it seems, all parties in Italy are ag'ced thatthis withdrawal of the French troops will be very ,-oon f??llowed by a revolution in Rome, and a demand of the Rom ans for annexation to Italy. " Cholera ? Its History and Localizing Cbb_8I|" "Tbe Tenure of Land in the West Indiae Mi-fecting the-VeadtaBBi*1 "Wooli" MSooth Caaolil i-r? >i?i? : ii I*ic turo of UciC"ii . ' " Uni* ol' the C? ivitltoua ol t\u? Time;" a Letter fn-m our Special Correspond? nt in Ireland; the Proceeding; of the Hoard of Colin? lumen, and the Stall Can?aa , ssill b?? found in the Bnppleiiiant pabliibad this morning. TOO (iKKAT aEI,F-?4A< RIFIC F. A Philadelphia Importar) who i- diitraned it (the prosjpeci that hil calling ar?l be too proa? i'id o?:.*- Home Manufactures ruined_ ?f tilla ti'iiiitry should promptly te*urn to Specie Pajmenti, ait "How esa ya i , iVreteerlee to BosMlsdas? try, ead It I bl r.ui i? fine reriimmen. the funding ?if the ii Del t in bonds, payable principal and ii.t? r? M in iri'ld' 'I? it roi fTi'Kat that the mon-gold tho nat um eMife. it <i If to furn i h, the tiinri't'lniirii m-niutacturi-rs B_nai Ik* encouru ??ed le lead Bl Heir geoda, in ortlrr the dstj ihrrori:! may (rive Governnn-nt the BielasBl? h: : .11 i o! Hi? sreneai ruetsls I f??r Government has no ?.; !i?-r m ir\ ,- si hercfroni to obtain frid." A nucir.? We:?- ve li.-i.iy fully l?aek to ?Specie Payments, we ihoold Bead f.ir 1rs? /?old Lag the principa] anti Loteiaat of our Na tioii.il Ilc'it than ?ve BOW ?lo. Noss, ive have to pay MU?oii*. per month in gold which ssill be j'iii! in papar wbonemour paper ii at par '.vitli gold. Not one in a hnncbadofthoai ?rho ara p.lid from the Federal Tr-i-iin- would think ?d' i* i ing >i" ' " if a $100 banknote or greenback trara at par with aad coavarttlLila lato coin. It in Baipi ii?i"!i, ii'?t Reatnaptfon, thut n*i|uire* the incessant m imputation of gold. We hnvi? Bpeeie enoagh in the ootmtry?quite aa much aa ?ra erar had??Mid arc constantly iaaraaabg the unonnt. Tbii country i.*- already mining Bixtj Millionn of I?ullnr? per anBUBl io gold uni ?ils?*:, -nid ia ill rai?!1 the MBOOBt witliin three yenr.-i to One Hundred Million!?, and within tsventy year? to Three II-.inilr?*d Million--. Wa .-hall ilo'ihle the Gobi and Silver pn??<?-.-.cil hy tin eiviliaad trotid within those tsventy yaala. It is Boapwaion that make-, Specie ?cane: tlure i? uot a dime lan than Two Hundred and Kitty Millions of gold and silver ' ia t1 at raitt of our bank? ami rab-traaiariaaaiid ! in the band? of our people to-day. WaCB we back to a Specie bai?*, -ara ?bimbi hRTc all tha gold an oeedad Bats and ooleei tra ila aid iflow it to be drawn iwayto pas balan?ai lim* abroad growing (?tit of cm e??ivi- iinji'irta'inii?. To avoid this peril, we BRUI relu??? to run in dahl ?in ! rifi?!' to pay. It i? Currency lull.?',.on that carnet aaeaai ia ? Inip'.rt?. ETarything i? dear with u??noat thingi aztraTagantly dear. Our __*rkati are1 glntted \sitli foreign ??ikmI?? beaanaaeTerythingl i? mi high bara? UI oi ga I k k t" Speck**, and j you will MB pr?tes tumble by tho twenty to ;;. rtj par oant pi r wtak. And low ptfoai a ill reitrict import iti'iii*. bj cat?ing them la bal madi ii a lo -. i'uly let importer? nndeiBtand that tiny ssill b.ive lo sell their gooda below i"?t. and thej will arrest and couiiterin,and their ordere, BO matter how mindi BOOTCC the Gorernnlent may need ipeci? topa] interaat on ita debt. We an* larpriaad that our im portet tin not Me tbi?. or, ?n-i-ing it, fancies that tee BMJ B< t. IMEIiritl (OflTIRHCK. The Hon. BOUMROR FOOT af Verni'Uit nl dnandtothe Benata last Ifonday a remark*?] bly dear and forcible expoaitloR of the ( i iHtii'i.d pawer and obligation ofOaagiai lal ovi'iTul? .. bardana apon and ebeCkueUoaa to commercial int. nour-?* between the Stater, as Kew-Jene* ? raatai by her (.'?nuleri end Am-! boy mon poly. Tin argument li perfect j the power and the dnty clearl** demonstrated ; and ?st.-1innot ?buiiit thal the Benate ?ill ?" de . le, if jieimiiteil ta daaida at all. Delay, araaion, I uso..', h,ci-, Bil the mils ta. ti.a thal eau now avail ile angfaeetfa af \?n- Monopoly, trhkh bai .ii-' adj a ii rted from the tms ? ling and coot? ni'r. ii! piiblii- at l?-it*-t Ten Million* ?if Dallah. lu-vomi ark?I they would ban been raqaired lo pur bad C?ongreu prratnptly ar.d i? arlaaalj done it- dnty. Tin- Bannte 11 mandad Btr. Waahhana*? ',..11 ai it paaaed the Bo-aae, by udding this pro? s' i ?o: ;-. I Thal t'.i? set ?liull t.ot -Oil stir ?tipulstion beta rn the Go-en a.? ni nf the Tinted ?"ii m ? sod ?ny railroad ?rus-pea* f'.r traaeportatiea se tint, wit bout sssspessaties tt.irei.ir. 1 ;.. oompleu is obtiatei the .?nil thal it wai intended to enable the IH noia Central and athai land*granl roi to RpelTe pay from the Oo?? eminent for mt?om ?lmt they have already boen paid for ni 1 r.:l?: -jTiil now w.- ,i-k the Senate t?? git/a aa the Y?*.-!- and Nay.?. W?- an? ' lY-i.'iiril even to delent if v.i can only in-en? abled tofind an leoerrd Um aaaaesaf theaiby v. lunn sw an* iii li it.-il. It.' I lit-ti III < 1 ?ov Tin' following la the peapaaitiaa ni Mr,. Cobrlirq ?if oin- State wiiii-b wat mppiened la I the Bouse by objection (n Ktkttioai Brom Kew? Vi.-ii not being then in orib-r), Mid which the tah graph transmitted in .?on_* confaiion: lie, I .I. 'Il.nt in rre?!?]i!iitliiiii/ federal ri*:_!ion?lii?i? with ti ? ? ; m 'ni it les l italy m rebeffloa ?o n?. to pensil ti em ?gata tu i'.ittit ripais in iidu.iiii-t nu,; ths ??' 11. ii Gi.ierrn .en!, the fnllnv. in ; nr, DUBBS ST) iil.iI peeper rsqairemei t?, aad oagl 111 a ?. eared bj mm Ii ima-uri ? _?. \, .11 render them ?.? tat as y Bribie inmntabli i. The itiir-nliiti* ii-i. ii.i-i.itii.ti ni all ths piett-ii elim lad eieaiooe of Becassitia as a dee trias laduspraetl ?'. li,? ii rp uni. iii mi ImiHi hy the Mut'! ?ml Li titi Niitioniil Uoisraments of eil pahtte debil aad nbliitn tiesa, Ultim1 mi,' Blata aad aaaleipal liabilitl i leted "!' i?.-.ui'l ii Bid of the late ICeltellitin. nml n Isdln : ?lui? lill el.ii h? lis or on liehalf el tliosn who ' ?ti ii? in tli?- unlit ti nr : m d t.-rvii-o of tin- iiiiurireiit? asrhoaaty, psi, or peBsioi ?. sad au elalae bj prr???1?> not 1? pal ti? tl.e l'uni ii >! '-" for ilu'iiBires or IbbMBI biiiriiid h.? ri-n.im oi tho i: litiiiou mu? hea?raaaeel millie ii it*, aid. :j Tin-amuruii. ? i.l lu m nu riirbts tti nil pcr*..n ? nhill t .nr lui iii s. i fsrdless et raoa eraed as esler, ?ml tin-ml.'?'turn mt ssei prarieIssa utraiutt bsrheiiani, disorder and effreaslsa, as mil reliereths Osssral Oarer?seat from th?- saeasaitp ?if ?t isdis| ii.-mi oier ant portion i.l our i-iui.try la pintee" tin- peuple from doincstii- vi?leme uinl oniruire. 4. 'Hie iiiipartiiil ili.?trilni!iii!i of [tolilit si power amore all ?i-i-iiiiusof themuntrv. hi, thal t,M0?ON peoaleakal as jeegei as isyiessaiea la?CeaRieailatheiaterBstel ??-u tin ni? 1 B?K'|rriiiidisi'liieiit, and at the smut? tuno be ex? cluded fruin pelt?eel wit Begee and riirLts. 5. She ?-lection mt Baeators ami asptseeatattfai in truth lnysl to ths Inlted Melee, aad never rtsaksdart in the late revulL nor guilty ot dastardly ln?traiul? wl.ii h j riiei'tled the war or of atrijcitie? whieli war tuui.ut ?it? mi it.-. a A friend in Canada, wonders that he han not yet hpfird TlD TniBt'NE denouncing the act of Congres.? which prohibitu tho importation of Cattle. Wahavaaatt no reason for dniounc ing it. Wo believe its avowed wa.- its nal object?to pn-vciit the introduction of tho fear iii dieeaaa now ?'.????iiBating the cattle af Qraat Hritiiin .?ml ether Etroropi an c?>tintrie*. It may lin he-ii unwi c; but we?if?not think rio; aud ?fftaamtl &sv*o lUat " treaty obligaUou. ' re? quired us to aefraia from Mich prohibition. If they do, we shall be careful how wo inc'*r any more such nhlitrations. A II Ii a***? ?AS. The ground.? whereon Mbbbtb. llyrs, Kyle Bad .Ichn.-oii, repreaenUtifea elect from Atkan BBB) base* their claim to be admitted to seats in Congress, a*"e aet forth by them in a memorial I to the Honae, a-? follows' "in?TaaasfT, '?'f',? tfcslsfsl sjtfssassfHa Bietest* Al ' i? .ai-i uti .|i-|.'C iles, held s convent:.'!, tu-ined a ssastttatitva and established ??provisional assis Gar arome it, astil Iks i rapas oa_aaia undrrthe connttirt-.'>n ecaldbsslsclad sadqualified. This mastlltiihiSi tint otxilUhed BUT? I.?': M ct ad d'?tired vnal tin** orilla t..i.e of 8 i'i---ii)i): ti.inl. n j*ii?l; it?*?l Hie |'r|M.] war debt, : mu?, tuart.a rrnrded ?"r the elqition at 88?sara mai I fur tl.e r:tt:lit iitii.n oi n j dam of BBS eonstittitinn ty g ? Tote of til?' rl!.BtSS " Your mt'inorialistr. fiirth**r represent that In Mareil, ipi i, hu el. eta n m. der the coi)-'if m inn retettoi lo traa la ,!'l .mill tl.ni aOBSlitStiOB ratilied and s4sB8sd hy a majority ?.f IIBBO rotee: thal afl the lrab of Apiti tol? l?n inc.'?le Osrarser, elected nnder lae maa . was In ? au cu i aOal and ?*??:.iu?i| Hie fiiiu-iious of tLe eieoatire 'ullin-, sail tia* (?.It?rent i*i?i?r?ri.i*iit8 of the Stat? Got ??riiment it ore j.nt in r lesssaft? op. ration. ?? The Btste Lsgislatars aeasarase* sad parsed a la?v Vblsh BTOriisd list BO acraSB ?latll vote at ut.y elee tioii mail he Lu? tirsttikeii und IBBaSriSBd an oath that So II ill support Ile ?'?ai.stil .U"U of the Inked Stute?, m d the I'onititnttoii tif the Stat?? of Arksnta*, -iimI that he hul not voluntarily borne ara? ! .?iriJin?! the Called Btstea or thu stute'of ?rkaeeai nr 'aided, ?lire, iii nr unliirt th. t! e I ?a-be, I inn ?mee th?? ; j lsth da? ( t d\)x:\ UM lae Legislature also ratified I ?the am'ondnieut to the Ciilistitution of thu OOttSi . Btstei Htmlla'iinizSlavii?-. j ?' ErsH i ? ?mtj. ia th" SiutP hns been regularly or IgSata 1 f'? tV i-li i ti. a of ctiinty anti local sflmra. IT?asearti lia?. Basa bsU? as? ans? assessed und tot lee led. i * 11,e I iiitt d Siiii.'K District Court fur the Stat" lins ! been held, and tt.e law? administered tl.tr-iu. for mort? I than our ?ear pul. --These ganthnnon were elected at .i regular '.State Flection, lu ! 1 <>n the 9th of last Octoher. I We B?deretand thal the aggregate vote eaat fix all three ol' th? in wai less than 3,00(1; one of i them li ?ring received but munt?. This prove1* tliat loyalty la Karee among the Whites of Ar_a_saa. And ?-veu lier I nion fstigialBtlllB hi- not yd luiiirdcd to met loyal Blaefca any of the civil rights of human being*, t<i BBJ nothing of political right-? Ki: I li r OP BBOIBUAT. Wo are assured by Um pn j?*? tor of the T'.le viited l.ailrcad that bli plas-owisoooofliota with the proposed Undargroo-d Baflroad, no matter where the latter may be located nor how it may b? run. Fur the Fndergrotiud Hoad in i'-eiifially a pn.jcct for britigiiiir espeditiou?!)' and pleaaaatl] into and taking ,-nnilarly out of our City t!ie tins of ihouaanda who daily "riait it from its suhurh- or from points farther inlaad. an 1 who now lind the tr:u.*it lYoffl Har! in Of .Mauhattaiiville to lower Broadway mon todioaa and ?li? iirna abb* than any twenty iiiiics of uiit ol-towii travel. The Elevated Railway, ou the Other band ia intended to relieve Broadway and other thronged streeta, by providing a cheap, \i\. i . | and ?xped.UouH mode of convoyan' e for those wini w;>h to ride a few Mock*-?at ino.*?t, three or four inilce?entirely within t!ie City, without crowditiir the ??trent, impeding lateral travel, interfering with carriage??, obstructing the rill ?it.on or d.-livery of gooda by tart . kicking up u dust, or imperiling the lues Mt ped? ?triana. It pfOpOBM to p_y the (.tv fairly for the prifilegB M? ??reomniodjtiiig ii i it?mu and atrangore, and see wa colealated to pfUfohs no oppoeition, unleaa it be fron rival reade, several of our furn wiri dvil aog-Mare] ? . ron it their in art; ap] roraL (U.M. II EMS AMI TUE M PFIIII.'f:J A ??Ti am newspaper of Uria city, published mainly in the ?Btereel ol ofleooeekore, lately I Bit? d. With an air ol a.*?*ir<?(l authority, that . us ol' Ui.ioii un mben lately held in? WaahiBgton had voted two to one in fa.or 'if riatrnUd siillre**!* iii the llietriit of ('oluiiiiii.i. Tbareupon the paper in qui iti?a prooeeded to deliver mi imperio ? lecture to tin* Badical "minority," which would, aa it aaanmad. p?roli i.eain-t the (Ifi'i- ni. of the o,'crwh"lming Con servalire "majority." Two clayi? BgB, a ti-t voto wa? had iu the Bobbb of Bepreaontotiraa. Ho om can any that the (pie-tit n wits not fully and fairly presentid. Oin? hundred alni thirty-one I'tiion Ista and I!'.* 1 ?fin?? rat? voted upon the lull. j\U the M-ll-'lyli d Deni'??.rats were of 0OUBBB Opp . 1 ti BMMUTB "t true deinen racy; hut of the Unionista, IO were opposed to equal aufrage npon any lomaa, 63 fbyaaad it BBltJed to a reading und writing te?t, ami ?>**?a i laoi majority?f.ivor? ?1 i*. free irwin ur.y rcr-trictioa wliiiii-ver not now ciUting. Where were thoa?' mell in hllikr.llll Wlio ia m - itituled the overwhelming majority against Whieb the iii-igii'liiaiit Radical- Wl re go Bg to j rebelt Canil bs poafltbh that our __M_blo ootompo nry n. nd- n asista?el Hl'AI.'i* AID lilli.I. Ide war between Sji.i.ri in.d Chili in taking more and more I tUTB un:':.??ruble to the Span? iard-. When Admira] Pareja lir.-.t deolored thi blockade of the ct..bau porta, the whole diplo? mat.<? ia.rp* al , alparai-o protOated ngBJBBt that mensure Bl c mtrary to int'ii allouai law, and the Mocka'.' bad to be restricted by bin. to Bra ?ion-, leasing more than thirty ope?. Tin QoTonunanta tt England and Fronae did not com cal from the BpaBJab (?"vcnimcnt their di pliii-uri' walli the 000108 pUIOBOd toward Chili. lu Pera? the revolution, which orlgmatadinal ?pirii ni hatred and defiance of span . irai nu - ' it.'-iij, and indicated a ipeedy union of the' Fiiaiviai) and Chilian forcea. The capture ol' the CoTOdongB -li"\.i.l that the Chilians B-MM ware more funiiidalde opponents than Spoin La?! atiticip.it?*?!. nnd that a union of the Peruvian BodChfliaa fieBta mighl Monbeconie a rary aeriouBdanger to the Bpanisb blockodiog tbo* ?ab. All thi*. new ; weighed BO heavily upon the mind of the Spanish Adinirol that he has put an end to his life l*y eomiaitting tuitide. not having tho co irage. a* he staten iu a. letter loft behind, to survive his disgrace. Isliottly be? fore his deitth, the blockade of two of tho five blockaded ports had been raised. The ronfu s'ou and consternation whu h the ?sudden and violent death o! the Admiral uiusk cause among the Spaniards forbode- 00 good to them. The question no longer is wl ether Chili can rennt Spain, but wholl:( i' rill will rl0vr oBMBBt to the oller of peace vi.i'h Um fvpani-h (?overumotit han deiailku?d itselt willig to mtUnj. BBEAHIN-r? FAITH WITH Ililli. 1ST*}. The Inala ?'?Werday adopted an araeinlnient to Mr. TrumhuIiV bill, whereby tho Mtatai oc ??uired by the repr oe> on the Sea Idands under ("en. Sherman'.? of.ilcr are ConlbcRtad at the end of three ycrtr?. YtRJ? the negroeidniiag aB laat yeat have been cimour.tged to suppo*;c that the loorcriimont meant It- confirm their titles. They consider that I li" f.'ith if UM r.overni?ent ? Il virtually pledged for fi'ie permanent poaMB? sion of the*t* land*? by those to whom ?military authority a vigne?,1 them last Jan? uary. Gan. Shannan'? ordar, it is trail known, j was prompted and pro'ably drafted by the ?Societal"-- of War, then at Sat 'annan. By ita | Brat icction, the iilaadt from Ctatrlaatan ?*outh, I the abandoned rici-tieldn lion?/ the river* tor j .10 mile* buck Brom Uta R i?, mid the country bordering Um St. John Ufar, Iforif? i, were re? served and net apart for the i-ettlemi nt of the negroes made IV? i* by the act! of war and the priichmi.ition of the Preiident. Uta ?"der pre aorihad in detail the method and tonda ioni of ?attlamanti enaotinf^amc-gother tiling' thal i ? ; mee ?hould lu; giran head.? of famil e? to J cliibli.-ih a "peaceful agricultural Mttieut '.'." and that a negro in the niiiitary servie?:* ntii-ht ! " locate Ul family in anj Otto nf th?* .otf.r- ! BMntaal eleaanre, and acquire m imiteestiad au.d all other right! and prisikpe? of a nott 1er." Ii i innot be denied that such hngflBgO waa ealenlatad and iatandad to persuade ahe negro that theue lands were to baooma MB teevar. It is true that a rahaaQRCfllt section ol' the order daaeribai the title m poMmery, but that word wa? more likely to ?*ontirm than to weaken tis.* i in pre?.*ion ia the mind of the negro that the biiiil ?rai his. Be was assured, moreover, that tho " military authorities would atTord bim pro? tection until such time as they ean protect themselves, or until OottgrBM can reaulate their tillo"?a phrase which excludes the idea of dis? turbing it. The aagroee ??n the faith of Umbi itjpalati?i have eotared upon and cultivated these lands. I ,,i**. will justly hold it au act of bad faith te diipoiaeii then. They know that the ?nine potrer which gave can secure thaae lands t" them permanently. They do not ahcriminate between diii'erent branchal of the Government, bot they consider that a policy which ha_ InToled the Internat! <>f othen ought to be bend* ing- or? all department!. They know that if !ln*y ?re dispossessed, it will he to make room for Li b.ls?for there aro no loyal claimants of Umbi land.?probably not a single one who could haneatly take the oath. It is diflii.'iilt to con?j cciv of any good rta on for ejectiug loyalist.? to whom we have given the lands in order to rem?tate traitors who have forfeited their title*?. Li this matter, both Juntice and Policy ? ?> incide. It is our duty and it is our interest to ppitcct the Union citi-eni of these States, for we may liMik far to lind many loyalists in these territories unies* those whom black ?skin. c-iver. _ _ fill*: it iii. I I. Alt ARRV. CoOglUM ii BRO?I to con.?nii*r the propriety of permanently enlarging the Regular Army. The bin of Mr. Senator WOMB has been reported, and when it comes up before Congress we shall probably rater inte its merits. The general *ul jetH efe Regala! Anny is oneof great interest. There -re many who beUOTO that we cannot gel alongwithont a permanent Kegiiittr Army af at leeet 900,000 men, and Congre.?,.? svill be a?kcd to arrange a g? ?leiu enibriu'iiIg this ?MUR? Ln r. We Bte a?ki*d to look at the great Eu? ropean nations, and assured that there can bo no ?n itneM of Baltionalitj miles? we have mili? tary itrength. France has 401, IP*, men to sup? port har Empire ami keep Europe on good be? havior, at a cost of over ri*?*?-.),?J?)n,0?iO annually. Raaaia k'-ep.-, bar million ef soldiers at r aast af about 1100,000,000, whilo Bnglaa_ BBB a standing army of l.".??,? um i men t?? watch the Fenians and Sepojl Ind ?nitchr. the black? in .Jamaica, at a co*t of "JsT'?, 000,000, Russia gives one mau in 1*7, Frauc-e one in 915. England one in 106, te fona au anny. Proportionately IheNetherlanda have the largest ?Portugal the smallest annies. Kuropo has, cmbitH-d, nearly 3,000.000 men under ?.ruit?, ut an annual expense of more than $600,000,000. Thi* military ?.rganuation is little more than pageantry, and rcprecentl tho pride ainl aniliilion of royal house-?. Ramil wants Turkey ai_ the Scaiidanasiaii Countries. Pnusjil de. ires to gobble up Denmark. Austria must kee*) Venice and lluu.'ury. Belgium] must preeerri har nationality. Prance munt, j occupy t*j? Hhine and meddle svith Mexico ami (nihill (.libliI and Algier?, and make her- ii' generell/ buiy with the afhin of the world. ? Spaiu rjuut repress liberal;-ui and BBBtainlhe l'op,? Alien his ebbst son, the beautiful Lado? s i? ?.m Napoleon, Ukee away hil bayoneta from under the pontifical throne. England mu?! have soldiers for her German princes lo play I with ?ml for lazy young lord* to Domina.ni el larg! pensions. To mvtimplish this fanfaron*-! mie, tho labor of 3,000,000 of men ?? ab-1 sorbed, and ?600,000,000 ipenl every y.-ar ' What shall we do in Amor.a I Laying Made ? t'iT> suggestion that staiidiog annies are. the j'.r-e ol' (kee ifoverniniints, let Uti look at the ching practically. "SThut do w. want of u anay I *Aa pacification al the Boothera states i.- the iii'i,-?' pnipon m>w befbre ?_efle*/en_nen_ We see that even (Jen. (?rant in of the opinion thal thl time 1ms nut come to remove thearmi.s faon tie South, or even to permit the BoottUBO milit* to possess arm**. If Mr. Senator Trim b?Ul bill for the enlargement of the l-,reedi??rn\? ? B-UBOO pairie?, wo must have au army to anny ?i_.t its provision-*. The question arises, Bow many men will It require to do this 1 A military force in the S?iuth must have a moral efTi-er. We cannot occupy the Southern country in fact without having a million inen. Morally, j one regiment is as good as a corps, and at the ! very highest estimnte tsventy thousand mon are UBMgl to pacify tho ?South. The military fon e I on tho Kin Grande is unueee??ary, and only i invitesRcollision between the belligerents in Mexico. Maximilian is not (roiiig to hurt Texas. When the e iiumi ol' war get within the Bound of guns aud the .smell gg j powder, they become uuipuut, uni may at any time gat m into trouble. Aa ijinned neutrality is a menues of w?ir. Wo desire iu make no auch menace noa-. Wo want soma regiments to keep the plains ofea and maka communication ?afe with the golden c?untrios. Even tliis miy be partially avoided by doing tho Indian justice and dealing liberally with him. A Regular Army of 2?.(000 moa w, wa think, enough for the United ?States. Let us leam a les.?on from the last war. Tho Regu ? 1 ?r Army did as much to help the South tu*t-e North. Fven that part of it that remained ?oyal wau a drag on tha moral progress of tho war. The old Regular Arniyoauie ab near being an aristocracy as any in.ititution America ever po-se-sed. All its instinct.', its education, its traditions, were aristocratic. To be educated at the expense,* of the Government, to hold fancy po-vitions and clamor for additional pay, was tho Bfllfl bu-ine-s of the old army officer. Wheu the war came, ,he did not want to fight; but if he was put in the line, let th? liglu be perfectly gentlemanly. McClellau and Booll and Porter embodied this Went Point Kegul _: Army spirit. The fault was not merely with the men, but the BjfltSIB. If we give a young man of twcity a sword and bid him go and rule a hundred others o?d enough tobo his father, with the BMflt porempt?>ry -nd BfffrBBB? ive discipline, he wffl r-oon believe tha*. all tho world is his cominan.*, and acquire tyrannical, bieoted haiaits. WhOB the nation arose in its n i,i*.-?tyan . sent ita BOOB from plow, anvil and ! loom to bu'atle for national rights, this litt.? knot ol' lazy pensioners sneered at the vloa tecr.s a? cattle and piow boys. The cattle and ! idotv-boys Warn the victory. We trust there will 'be auendoft! id military policy.or, if it isanece?. -ary evil,let it *e coiilined t < thesinalle.it number. Wo want Wi st 1'i.iiiters. enough to BBBBBfB AdJulBOl QmmmbI and Inajector-General's oifi ?ces; tOlOpCOBOBtthe dignit70fourtonnt.-y.lt * 1 dr: ss parade*?; to drill ami te ?ME recruit-. Wedo ?not want a miliUry ela-*?. In time of peaco it i.i uiiiiece-oary -in time of war the huhting" ' men will come from farm and workshop. Wo ' trust that Congre?.*? will legislate on the theory that a Regular Ar: iv i? a rare luxury, and that ' a rerr little of it will go a great way. " We are a.-.-ured that ?mr t< rreopou'.-jnt at Montreal coinuiitteu Bfl-BtO-S aisl a wrang, in 1 a recent letter, In li Baring the Rev. HofOBBBB Cyr, now in this ?i'y. as a Fnnch OoB-d-BB "agitator." Mr. Cyi hi- been here about two months, and has devoted liiui-tsli ? xi lusivoly to ?"?reaching and to efforts to aatabliah a loUfiow newspaper in the French language. Two joan ago Mr. Cyr occupied the pulpit ol the French Evangelical Church in Fhiladelphia; ho occasionally daitod th?* armv to minister t?i ?the wauls of ouch French soldiers n? he could liad in camp or field, and his sympathie?, during the war, were warmly enlisted in the Union cause. < ?ur correspondent no doubt was iiii-lverteutly led into the mi.-t.ikehem.ide ami j will regret B8 much a.? we do the BaJOB?CB 'l??us tr?> s worthy man. FHU'I Wti'.ilM.rol t*???.!.?. l)'?patrb to Til? N. V. Tri . .na. BTatonoioa, Friday, .ian I). !?*<>. THi: **__BB*_BB*B Bt'SKAC. The debate on Mr. Trunihull'.? lull ? roviditig isr au enlargement ot the power* of the Ir:i?i_tea's Rarerin. was lairly opened to-day. Mr. Baa lri?-kn, 1 from Inuiana. I'eia.. ni-T?le a speech in oppoeitioa to thu lilli Us ijuoted President ? oh r. son's recent messs.?**. Osa (irant'i report, and a recent editorial n Thi. V. V. Taiui.SE. as proof that the 8888?Mea o:' tkinirs in th? liebel tHates wai sati-iuc'orv and that no si.ii institu? tion a? the Freetliaen h Ila;?tu wa? ita; lon^e-.-i?-e<W. Ile then went on to dmiiss tho provision? of rhi* hill oue 1?'ter another. Mr. Hendricks is an al '1. jV.*at*r. anil l_rued hu axsum.tit? s ith i-onaidoialile adroitness. I*, s now certain that tha DsMSSTSta ?v:l! ??ppose wilk liitturaes? aad tenacity trag} BSSastS caji Jstcd t<? proteet Die freedmeti a^ain-t 'lie designs of ?he 1st? I slaveholders walo!? mai 88 BBSOOai BfSa the basts of I lb? poweri rranti?tl to the ?'uicrnmstit hr ti j second jiert?tu oftSeLoustitutioual Amendment. Mr Trumhull follontxl Mr. Hendrick? in a very abli* reply, mi 188888?% cnutraventiiig the urgituic titi adranorxt hy 'he letter, end Mr. Sitalslmry added to his laurels fe) dec.arm?* ?hat he wa? proud tua: tli.' .-re it State ni' Delaware bad i)?i*a the last Stale ia the I'nion to > i? lil to rtn? live, lilotation concerning the abolition of Haver*-, sud that he won the last Sanit?r 1 ?'presentlog a .?lace Si.it??. Mr. Saulnbur;'*? ambition re? mea fully gratified when hi reiuarkri ca?ed forth genyiil merriment MlhoBoOf ?- ? in the g.iih ra* BBOMBTM** rioN. In thtillouie, .ILr. Dening of On.', de!.v.-r.*?i S niiigi?fteent ?peech on recotutruuii a It si, ?1?. ti ned to Sith ??ach cloie utfeiititin and 8B IBtSNet 8a Lively as te make the ( Uslrnn?1 of tl't ( < MB?M88 ot (ha Whole, as web 88 BBS BOO?WO blgSlWhsaMl O-ui .ng'i hiiur m us up. It ii. ger.-ra.ly 88OC8? >d l8 har? bssa the taost b: iituint. sj.-r*? li ddlneital tlut 888888?, being strong 'n 81(888881 aud naost 8810888 in -'.?no and diction, lis taokstrotig ground 8BS?Bal ibsriatii :**. .'nif Southern claimants for ?, ut? ??itltuut I'licilaer gnat a?ice? iiiidiupiioit si hil orgumriilht 8008?08?ItVS theoretical ?laeaasteo if the preient ?tato of the Kebe' fatal*?* m well as ntalemeatm? fin's concerning tae BtOSSS - IS dition cftknigs in tia* Beata 1 ha Bfaaahe?asi ? lu* witlelj circulated BOd fOOd mt BBOtJ* thiaki maa (len. Graen Clsv Smith of Hy. follt?vvt>?l Inn, lui rentarle I'icBi 8 ?OOOBaript, bat ?t'ter Mr. Ii . ? ? IsUiag itTort. he found it. impostiNe *> t m ,1 a .-.u , tina o', '.he lu .;-.. ? Cut.OHBI? M-Vi I. 'OSTR.UTOK. 1 * t*Tilay, ter the ii:-' Ubm In nor eouBtrt/ai 1 i.?'.jr?, a cob.ed coatrntitar r?*i*.?ivi*d ps.? fa- oamrtBB thi mail. II?1 rutuc 1* iu Yirgitua. hut hi-iiati ti?atta-? "?.rumina- ralas as ebj alisa is sastag t'-r aaail ia i.errieti by t lolr-re? a;a ?-?:. tho] eau rOOao 11 _rs lu Diother way. ways .vN-fi ai:.sNs 0OMVI1TBB? ThoCooaaaUtooof ffoya aod afanos is wail ing lo.- tho rcuvort ol' ti??* Cotuni:s?ie.a ol' Internal llevsu'lf na>W'sitliug In tfSV'Tsrfc, wWi.k 88? praliibly eoue lo neil we?l?. ant! ?fill not ??iibriir ao? ; ?. - - tisns c??i?ci'rnlng the revstat' to ths H ulm uafti that rf>?.Hiit bus liecii M?ABsrOi, rUBOfM THF PFBi A bill com imlpg the ftttdiog ol iii* Notktool ilebtsisy be rtiporifl BSXt ?Oak, but ii ia .ot BMlllO IVTrB.N'Al, BK'. ?M-y Tie* Internal kevi?iiiiw rcti'??i? 'o-di,- wera *Vr?7.7il*J. ( OI.I'H'.'?' Bl HOO-1. (?til. HoVBld -BBjasI Ktuived BOOOOOlidOtod report ?f .?.; tee oolored Mb-_8 under li10 8880881 of tan ?ThOBB?8en's llarciii. Ohtsk 88SSn tr?.it 'Vn an ?' [ir *.-?.-::t ?... 1 n.jis. willi 1 ,'IU ti)l.*hoia lud ?lo, "?.'.I ii hoiars la tha asaaVars Btataa? near aba lireetlaa ?t Ihc Kro? lmea ? l.iir in b-tOUBB 0A-I4B I"'**? A:, applk"iti'iu v 1? nodo to (he Bureau ve*? t w?ny i. : - ' ihm) ?fan i > mab ob ?? roiorood ?a tlsryUu'l-* :iia?u??iU>>ii Bkiak w?.! ba ????"latU' llB<?