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THIS Eli NINO BALLADS. COMICAL A! T> FARC -?.RUI
'.__<_-ES, DANCES, BOLOS, DUI TO, etc PI rEB FIP-J
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BOBERVILLE ARTOAI.LEBT, N BAS Broadway.
inD.W and THIS EVENINO. exhibit!?-? of I ? P? - I by Mr
?v m. Bradiord. SEALERS CKI'SiiKD it?' ICEBEROS, fo Ihl
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Thb Naw Yo?? BBBataeaaee Ceaeaai
n i? aaaaaaa) ta Iba ??f-ry of _a p i ??i h?> ti Iba pawstfal ? i
--IM?U lli.i'.fict.nt. abaaB be used in all abtoibata, w.i'-r
p.'iriei.. link?, ariaall i.'ir-T e?, ii. k ru ,mt, gaBttt mi ahererer
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4? ??Ter?: ui.doub'vd ctael of Ghilera luv* app-irl ?n ' '?i?
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Eviitv Iiort? .?HocLD Hits i'n CooBrABitT? !T Bt
BtBBI Room Oi ht to Hat? It
Etsbt PsBBBB Mist Hat? a .*?iprt.T or It
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Ka iluoaD4 OrGUT to (?bbt It
?s?BA?'?u!r? a!?d Sbipi Mist ( arbt Tt
tloeriTALB and r?:?o->? Matt li ? u Aa?i.t in KiiniT
Awn nasa nmtAorrL Ditit'itj bt m a raunt
DB I or?TA?KT i BSBOBaetABI
ii ii nsw ?,eti..r ?i??d by the B_Bitter Pastea aal I tr_tt?M
u J?r thediret'tioaof the Bat?I or IIbaltii in Tun I it.
It li li?? BT TB? I'.OABD 01 EafCATlON ? ALL Till I'CBUC
leataaa
It ii OBbB bt th? li,hup or Cmabitib? avd CeaBStlBM
It ii bung 1 4X0 bt Mesa ot (lui Ska DenM -Ttsabiu:!*.
iowKLL s, taaaaasa
No. MCsBaal.
Orn?r_ md ?o> Ager.ti fir I ' I? ' ?rid'Tiulii
. to is 1. >3i ?1 ordrr? ?h .:'J h? li Jratied
. I ar ??le by lil Draaj?B aad (1er: Bl De.'.or, i-i lbs '- ? i ? ? . . :
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I'XITK!) STATS?
Liri and _eeOBBl I?.' ?iNC? ('jariNV
or SVKACTsB B I
(a??Cai'Ttal. ?.110.090
I ? .-el agaiuit accij -al? 'jI ? '? ki- '?
Preidel.t?AlIBBD t HOWLBTT
Vi- .'render,!-!)? ?OB B Co??I , X
I y-Tasoookx !'. Andriwi
taaaBta ?b??r?nc?!
Tb? lion lleoben E. Fenton, Governor of N?sv I >r?
The Hon. Horn'io Seymour. I'tici N. Y
Baa I Bia, B T,
The lion Thou,?! O AWjrd. Lieut. Got. of New Yoik.
Y. VV. A H. B Oat-i, Oener?', Ai?b*.i.
(????e, No l8 We Ut , New Y..k
Jo?? Sbbvillb No 13 Montjomery it . Jer?ry Ci'.y, General
A ?nt for Jeraay (T*t, Hadioo Ci'y, Hoboken ml Newuk. Aient!
a inted.
BUBBBfTl 8TAHDABD CoOKIXO Eitbacts are
Is-efullyprepired tram frin-iii d ipi ei of Hie bsB 1 ?' -v. ?til Til
le iga compeiition. Their i.i.iTen?: i- :ei. ii batod upoa th-^ merit.
h?'eriDce ti mule to th? principa. I'nrvey ?n, CsaBMtfoaSB ?ud H .
I? a in the I BBB? I ?'?'? For ?ale b/ tBS?a Dru||iitt tod OrooerS
?VerTWber?._
A Wo.VHEKFIL OHO OfBBT.?1>ALLKY 8 OALVANH.
(I'iBiB .??alvb i? fa?'t-ki...'i''- pi? ".' ? ?' .-r II r-e Lininier,tt
i d Ointment! All who uie it !-kr).isT.edj;-it to be t! e belt kui?u
sure for jiot, icratihei. cit?, iprain?, br,',.?s, a,i io ii,ii:y cn?i
I ?tie, to. r i ipiTin ..arter crack te. t?.-c. a bal. So.J by al
|i,-n||ii'.i. lli_a: theidepo.*, Ms iii ( .-dar?! . N k'
LagK T.? YoiR Nkrvbs.?The aerroaa will uni
Fiobbbm? a ?'.-re remedy for all th?ir MfSBtagsi 8B? pt-rio?? v?b-i,
Ti.oi the lOjiidicioul um of bquor?, have becoine d-j-;:"- J nil their
leivoat iTitoui? ?Irill-red. ind ronitiiutioBi broken down. Or.? trial
:. ?nmiien! to uti.'j tin moit crrduloua. Isold by d."ui;L:a. Depot,
He. U Pay-t, b-w-Terk_
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VV hit? Tbb IlATTr.a ? ce'ebritid Hati (f.,r Oiktlih?-? 1 octhi
i 1 Both fon ? BtaaSSSl den.and, are nude fimu ti.e i. ,, MtBB
?erial, aud in workmanaliip unilstlcA Hi? Fanct Hati f?r I.adiii.
k.iMSI and (. BlLPBl.v htve no ?q.a. VV'hiti. NI _03 < ?nil it.
sBgaaBS lu? Hri-,i!re'.h li? ,.ie
:?,(J?Jsj Miinolk> fek Hocb are made by the Lmpirk
'iiiiolb MiruiXK with only osa Bona rown, and will mike
m lit of the lime ?mount o' timbe. okBTHiao aorta ibi.vulb. thin
*ib be mid? by any aawir.| ihin|le BB?I?I A. Hkqi'a, Oeneral
Aient, No 141 Broidwijr. New-York._
strikiiif* advantages for aeleotion are preaented ai
???l.'l No. Ml Broidwtv. H ? uiJred ?is 1rs m In- ?. a 1 Bninii
Iaii for (?er.-l. n.en, Hati a: d ( tri 1 H tiny* ard Vont: I et Bil ",-?
1,1 tren and Mi..', ft: ly Hati. a-d li.fan?. IIiad DaiMBt ?'? WD
?n ed in ti e t peri Surnuier atlortment of thi. rrett Hat Dkpot
(;_KIK ia'batti-g BBOvTIBAB-B <m tlie lieitdps (.1 in ..
d-l cf s ti d en ?rid yj'-.ri| ltdiei. Tiny sr? p-iiert lo?. ? if
l|ri?_?nd Sarum-! ??-.t. Fuce ?luioit nouatuaX A r-ujufUk?; '
? inmmed li only 01-_ _
1.AD1E8' .-?llO?S AT L-8S THAN COST?I -III R ?... .'
Al t_e a ,_?_ ai,d i,r,fs?h..,:,?be ab rae a on hand at half nrtc? In qn
it tBey ?I? eqaal to (be beal and are jmt II? thli.j for countrv ????
siirrL I? I.OBBAB No. (ft,I HroadaBi
MAtVI-aTs NklW I'ATE.tT ALUB AM) 1)RY Pi V
rIBB ARD HrnULAB f-ILTIR pLATB SAk Bl, Hl|h'.T oruau.erita' aai
e ? rtuted p. r?e i j dr? Alto a larg? anortment of bankeri' ?al
Merclwnla 8?r?i
Makvi. I ( n M5 Bdwiy, ind Til Ch???nut it PhOa
(..R..AT Hailkcai? Luxury.?The I'ortablu Head
IIBIT 01 I'OHIT BlBTB. Patented Weicht. 1 _. Adi i.ted li. I
a*(ueaL Pron ,nn ed ?aprrior lo ? Sleepiuj ( ?r Will iait ? lifr
timm. Ag*nt? wanted In it the pilneipal ritiei Price Bl- AHbtvral
SiKOBBl. Addrtka* Jobs R. Hool?, N<> 114 ???..?? .? Net? York
CliiJla?RA ?Dr. BlCKNbLL'8 MthtXT, the r? ire UUtl
tafe rtasedy, iboii'd b? is ?very honia Try It._
Tbb baioa IicTToii-lIoi.a Machink?s'iM e-rlu
?ively by the (?ivosa MAisTrAiTranoroarANT N . l.'.-i Hro?dw?y.
DAMB_"l'lLMO-Bao?CHIAtf TR0-U?8, lor ('io-'!.-,
r ,d* Citorib, H roa h i ti. A.thoi?, itop.ra?,,, ?. ke l'ta? k V o.
No. taB*arth ?v*.. or C. Fo/. No Si Bare,ay at_
Kheuniati-trn of years ?taiHliiifi iri 1>oiiii_ daily cured
h? a few doiet of MbtCalib a 0?BAT BBIBBStlQ Kbmidt^_
Ftquot .M.ieiiiiifC^)., kfjitk Hiver, Ctiiiti., i?iinufac
? r? tb* mort uwproTisd Loouifor ?eavinf Tapei,B_iJ.oii,Welibi!i(i.
fi-MK-TE-ABTIC ST-CKIr.08, SU8P81.80RT BABD?
????. 8?rrro?TBB*. te?Ma-SB k Co.'a Radio- 0-B Trun o_a*
?ni? at No I V???t ?t. Lad? ?((?ndaat_
I.' MBER.
Willsob. WAraoos t Co ,
Fint-iT?, c'mer Thirty nluth-it.
hire the la-i??? ?leek of LrasiB lo the city, which they iel in com
iieti'iou with tli* Albany and Troy Yarda
Cart-?? Viji-nette, $3 pcrdo.eD: Duplicates, $?.
til oesativ?! ref iitaied. RA Lawn, Wo. l8?' Chatham it, N Y
Flobknck Lock-Stitch SKWiKo-MACHrwas?Best
la. lbs w*<:d PibO-Bdcb Sbwibo Macbibb (o?i?avt,
_Wo. KB Broadway.
Ina i n i j, r? ?ved Elliptic Hook Iat-ckstitch Sewiug
M.C-?-**.?A H. Bert?? Bo 8-7 BraadwiT. AfntiwanteA
iluvri 8-WiKo MACBiaaCo-fA-T.?Eua? How?,
r. PraBliat. No- Mt Broadway _________ waatoA_
Gbotkb a Dakeb'i Hiob-it Prbhiub Elastic
trrrca S awi? o M ?cataaa. for la?dry na?. N* ?B Broadwiy.
Improved Lock-Stitch Machi?_s for Tailors and
Maan-ei >ren. Oaavaa k Babbb Bawure B-caiva Coar-av
Mt?. ?MBr-adway._
Wh-klek di %Vi_Boa'a I-ock-Stitcb Skwiko
Macbibi *nd BrTTOBBOLB Macbibb No 888 Broads???_
WlL-COX ?~ (?'IBB8 Sawmo-MACHINK?? Ti'.HT
?TITCB Wira A 8l*e_B Tbbbab'?Se* " Orand Trial of 8?wii,g
Macliia** ?uni fiee, with ?ampi** of Work?Ne. 80?l Broidaiy._
r AIott tt Chi?mii al PoMABi restore? groy bair,
?. iiti'.ut dyeiof. la Ihe8ii?*t bair dra*ala( known Um a? dyti, oi
'oo.d pr?p?r???iia Jltpoi Ho. II Barcity (A_
D.APtPBiA TaBLBTI?-For Indigestion, Heartburn,
g ri.ibrfact r?d only by 8. 0. W.LUBt, aai ?? J by ?li Oru_.i?ta
Cl \r l'i;: ? ?'.' < 'ititi.rir iv
m ?it -.i "sr'ii Tamaras tv
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iras I ?
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Aprl i. wl bb ? block, aad mr ? i'n? ?? .
. ., , | > i. niy books snd p.der. t? eil pre? it..J mis I
.... h., | ,.,.., li ? I ?re lo teitffjr lo I
3i .: in- -ti a ryal i ? ? ' ? Ho Um big .-?
. ,. . ? W I. Tai?.
Btbutomi ok vToitB- i-"? Cbj-bbbb in oftaa over
bike?! ?jVmbm te Ila atoaaab sal b?w<ii sat?t hviMlls*, wbitb
can I* r-ai ?T?d ml/ bf tt* MM of ? mt? reni?ly Rrowm Via
Birra? CoarrT? M WSTM Li/en?*?, st* ?imp'e iii ti ' '
It, ".?1*1.? TltK M AH ?J NAL lidlCH M A'HI *?h, With Olllj
I>.,1 llosit? n.?'?? ?'?'?i hr k? p.*r I.-or, wi'h atrai_li*. w?d
?I -?l-l -ii llgM ?I? I Hi* Iii at W-... ?'.Hld ALL C1.IB1TII. ?j? til'?I tllO?*
, ii. i.y tue irr pr? ?i ng ma-hlae? iii csoaoLa to ruc?? on be
u; ..ti .?tit TO r:i HT
a h *ju"a Oaaatal Aga*! Be in Bl aal* ali B. T.
CbB-B ('vm 'H'?!'., t.? pmtivt Clothi-g, fco.) against
Ml tai ?. I* i d' Cbaap ia Beat. ETery dr .ijijii'. ?s'.'.a U Midi
by HiiiHia ft Ca.iraA!? Roittn_
1 iiK Arm ABB I-ri?. bj I? Iiiank Palmiih, 1.1?. Da?
na ' b?at" timo to nidi ra. a id I >w to elB ?r. in I civilltm. l.tVTJ
at.. Til v, Altor?-, N Y , IJiJi'X-u.t BbMM? Aro.J
ri 1 -nt imits-.i ml of Ina mtOmWt
S M. PBrnBanU A Co., NK'V?!*Ari:B Advertis
113 Aoi.VTt No It 1'irk r-w New York (SStobb?Ml i: 131'?. ire
?j.?n?if.r Th? Ti ib in?, n.J i!i li laaMMMMM mt'.? I ui-ej Stitei
?i i in tab PmlaMi
Wmtyt? Paila -kita ?u
-?mm
nilli AY. MAY l8, IW?.
To Advertiser?.
\v?> will thiiiik mu adrartiaiag mtoaMta to Biaiii
t!:-ii Ad?!<r'.ii?ioeiitiI st s. hit hi In ?r si psajMl If iifeireJ ?tier
I * ? k lii"> MSBMl he rli.ufi?! under tdsii tnpirueijl
The Tribune In London.
BTBTEM I: t.?ril?:itn An.?r: in A|?llt. (ir l.ll.i? lr. I ll-it i?"l
-? ? . ral lit. n. VI C i si- ?eu*, lu Ihr Ml?.?! 'I'likl Tttltl SB !
i -y wiii ala?, it? -...- loai a m.?? mi BasaamtaaaaM
NEWS OF THE DAY.
I'OKIlKJiN NKWH.
tub 11! i rwa lu? I? vi ree?? I val ia TTuhliglmi fr??ni th?
Rc?)ii'.l: .?i Qovernoi of tbe State ti Tabaaoo, CoL Mon
dea, tinting Hint on April 17, tba Fren?h garrison of Ju?
ni;'.?, altara abort battle, rarrendera? t*? lum, nr.?l tint g >?*?
ihn whole .Val'.' ol' 1 thane it lu the haudd of the Itepub
il li.1.
IuijK>ri ?li?t ???ro?ii*? ri'C'*!Vi*d m Km Ki.m ci too an
? defeat -if ii. ? _ibera] lonas ia Mnboacan,
A:i it'ni revoln! ra luu hrokea ont m Bu Doa?ng ?, the
r ?anil of which n-s?. th" doa_rall of Ila??/ hjk1 thu pro? : ?
m t' ira i.f l'ld.'-dt ?i- ?PrealdaBt :>f Hit i??-') iitlic.
?KXKKAIji ?VTT.W?.
Id.. 4'.mtiiit*'?'? "t ti. ? Boni i'f Alilimnn, tri?, arc
thinking of Tri dening J>.fih-iive , ni"t BIJB?I fBSUgisy.
Utan wat a ron larga itl ada?m ofpropsrty ..m i.-t-? w!..j
iijipr)?.) d' project The Coi??alMm aii addmasd l?_i
Mesara. Noyea, Sii'tiiirt, Haily ami Purser. Iba thru?
t iriii'T la opposition, tt* latter ia flvof of tit? t?'h?>iiie.
The ri'iii leint ? on th" A*.- )Bave I >r.'ii ?I ?ti association
to proven?, if laoa?.Y ?, tba coiiiumnia?i'in of tho ' nu
;?: iVi*:ii??iit. '
Wi ?!??, witt arnot ion, of ?* ohick??n aulol to occur
next Mondav and 1 -i y,Norfolkagainst Baltlaon f.r
B300 a ?lile, li ehlokeoa to bl "abon_" hy got? piny,
I'm elevating pastime is IBBOBBnd t" t ?k* pl.it o it Bj ra*
( an (?rove, i ?.?ir Waab?Bton, wl)?>rt?, wo te:-;, n good
fore..* of con?ta!?l<*s trill ft?I it c mvouicut to attend M Iba
t.?o si? ?ve apccifiiJ.
A t iiiiiini'.t-i? of th ? Lagsr-Bsst Bn/werf Aaao al ?
wa'.tcil npoa tim Conmittee ??ii Uoei ?et of the Exi -??
H ?-1 natordar, aal ttvited Uwa towiob it__ti ? lu*
*; ?:. ofths l'.XfMO l?w, to, far at th'? ?i?lilof of hgar 0?
..-1? c ??K-L-r.'.'.-.l Tha IIj.iiJ fuil"l to m it In t?al
\vjM . ni. 1 til T??-.' ill I got ?'?.'ill A? r?'-|d.ti' id?
Aaaawatl ?:. ofi ?Idlers oeeaund at Baagor, Ha , | ??'
tat \ny, ?t which roaolves w.-r" adopted f i ?rabia t" giving
public oHcea to men who aerved .- ir, op| .?.:.??
taloa, and corni og tho Idea of eqn*?_ing houa
tie?.
A BBriotit i\rTid-*Gt happBBBd to tho ?'(?imer Kip V in
? !.i-?r lit) onWetlneodavBorai-gtoconaM
of i ? .:'.i-!..n hti ?-?' "-? thal res*? aad t? tog boal M ? p?
???in w?s Iqinrad, bat the ?! ?ime: w.n btJiy laiaa.fr I *?:. i
? inn 1 -ralilc freight vm lost.
St ? ?t?Qtlenieu ' froiu Kaw York, who visitol Kaw?
i ? v o'i Hiiiiditr, April tt, and thot.'uht it no ti.?i-e
than riiiht to as? i :li add DUtiy _bbmoto Brveral r1 ? lei U
o? that .Mate, woro IReatadj an J th ?ir tri ii. I'm- riot, to Ma
; _?:|MBlfl( l't?f'.?ro UM ll'.lsoa L'ouuty COttlt
Id tho ess? of lu ! ?'?' 1 [BOT 1 ?alan arriMtc 1 f..r :
f.jaon their pine.?? M Sim My, A ?'!<?? It <l .t:t'i fWterd iy ti?*
el led that ?my pttiaecotion of such ra?"? otter th:?:?. by ' ?
i>??'nct Att'/rney, ia ill gal Tht mm ?upwtpo
iifit Thur-d.iv
Williaaa ObbIIHj m Mill fir Iba Budal al Philip
Kreutner in IMrty liftli ?t., lost Wtttwmy, lina been nt
quitted, bul h?i bin mu tt aaiwara abnft of bat
ptry.
'/'? ? T ?*' ' Herold baroalba bobliaatiaaof Dl A
1* iinioy ofAloadfille for toUicrcH? as t!??? Kuri .??t-i..r el t'i-t
Hin. Charles V. Calvar, iii Uta XXtn !'??:.i..-??lvai.ia
D
An UaoBBdltioail Union Cravaotira toM at AleiAn
dri% Ytx, ftoUtioy, with Joba M. Batts prtr^dlig An
addn it was glVN wy tlio H.?:.. Ilotiaa -MawiarJ ol' 'lui
:
Th" pe'.jilo of Ifcwnrlf, vei'.trda^, r.-lu'.r.' ? 1 IhlSaWtfl
aa_reraary of tha BotuuiMnl ?*t tbil fAmo, Tit bad
w*i''.-r rondarad Moaaaarj a poatp worn ?-nt of a jurado,
bal ntbanritr th ? -omoaalralli i ra aa rrrfali
Sotri? row p ih*h! arrii.^i-niont? hito lien pro:--*.'. ? 1
whereby tba ?>-' pla "f BOBth t'ar'.lii? will it i? h ni '.?
li. All 0?tow where thero II M
-.dir ?? an?at air*! ? ba II MOoUaaad. ?
At Spritif/SeM. Mi?sh., l.i-t Tti'-Hilar aiglit, the ills? lletj
of II. 1'ortnr ?V Co. w t? ?h'-trof! I 1?? lire, at a lo?? ot fTOB
|l.,iM?i ttfliHH'.?. Hi.:rty*BBfM titi of Utils |i??i ulled
Iii ti." (lilli? H.
1_p yc-tiu ofath ? Bi ard of Ecelia foi ! MBMifnatid
weteat3O7,0O0 opto 1 ii 01 Ding Koli opes bar? baal
1 eue- ii?: Ianda] aura] ant i*j i he MBttaty
u'ltti'itht'.tU'h:.?;.
All MB?Bl qi.iot <o UM Fi'iiiiin ?BB, BZl "pt ti.?it a d??
t de itl on i? reporte I at Br ?oklri by bobo as yet a?known
Aoo?uderable .?,:.m of none] ' aging to '-h?
order ??? 1 aliara 1111.11 ? h- ?. _ -.?; pli? I.
Dr.B?aell'i moil reiterdirabewt ti,,* hro patt u
liavo died 01 boara I ft? mmnne ihipi rat of Bagasnot
?.?i 1 ii?) ot!."i of basil ii:?'*?iit,Inriag udat treatinout
I? perBoaa.
1 ' 1 Board of Co I ?:t'. ti.?? Al
1 ra ?1, in alteado??g 'iii pi m? looking to tba wMralng of
bai ati'l FuMoBaltta
The A: 1er.c?n i:?v,tl o__aan ?it Halifax, N S , have been
?i l. ingina etty pleaaanl IteBpltalitiM witt Admiral Hopo
and otb( r Britiah ? li
A p'ir'.y '.f I'? Mnidlj _idil?I ?rere killed bj ?omi. Iinr
l?-?,i w hiti -, IS 11.ile i It??.!, th1? mouth U Mooro n liivor in
Idabo, March li.
Ibna at ?an aarl .1. ?fir flliaWttl aoldtert m lo bin
tab! ?tod m tba I. ?iii ?Mat??*, (iel!, littler 1? l're??iilc:it of
tin* organisation ha? hil* ti 1 ?-;tonet la churlo.
Blr. David DaSlll of The Sun lay Ttmci w,i- robi 1 1 rf
111,300, lo ?? C1 ?1 I '?' tbl Al i'!"!i.y of Mime, <,?_ WslBSB*
d.ty night.
Tht'l.ov. ClitA. H. H,:i,'ha:n of Ann Arl.or, Mirh., hut
become non r?-si lent l'r.ifi'saor ol MciIik-ykI ('hurt!. Bil
tory in tho btesdrill*, I'.i.. J li Iiahtitute.
i'lu* Cbsasbnof Coo?nan aaal fastsrlsf and 1
ore! the Huh'?,*' t if ntsbllalltog tho Uietnc bj??o:h of
ooiflaije.
IblBn*IbSpdonClSff disd yesterday at Loiiin.lle,
Kv. Bs?nfor8?nj jaaia a DnilsiisBpsitarsI Notv
Orleatn.
Tho Kopuhlicir.? e.irr:e,l tba le,r?al election at Wi_ianii!
port, Po., yesterday, elmtting Juuios M. Wood Mayor hy
UP innjonty.
f?f 1771 Inbtboaast di ttnrad <?r li^sandvitb I.y the
Isba?1 al 00? hen ?. Msat?bid.
Dr. Chnu ha? ban fbnnd cuilty of inaimluufthter in th?
third deprco. Sei.ti-me ?ti.1 n primonneed to-ilay.
There woro I.OtKi sen*, of wood land b' IM I ter 11: South
Eaitorn Massachuaetti rsabwlar', at a lou of ^d),iM),
Thellsptiats are holding soma of their m???ionary me<*t
v.-.t 1? li'.ntoii, with lunn* ai. 1 distiiipuuhed attendance.
The Connoetlcut Senate hal votod to [aostpone, foAne
week, tho choiitS, on it? part, of a United State? tiimator.
A serenade to Presidert Johnson was postponed lsat
uipht on account of bad weather.
Hold openctl ypsterdar at 130, and, after Belling at
HU, closed st 1*J9?_>130. (.'oTerniaent aacuriliea ware aold
In very mod?rate smoncU snd st b-tter prices for tbe
gold bearing Issues 'fra 5 ?Oi ot ISO? rote , and of Uti, ?} par
cent. At the Second Hoard, (roreraaent aecuritiea were all
?trong. and 08 bid for 10 40?. Money ia abnndant at 4-ySper
cent on oall, and good borrowsrt net able to make their
own term? a? to time. For Commercial billi the rites are oi
H, and .'?4 ir??} ter tt ree and four montos' not?e. B??bange It
firm at tbe folio? .11** unotetions: London prune bukari', So
dirt. lO'l'BiK'i I/omion. prime baakert', atgbt, 11U4: Parn,
bankers, long. M.|-Vtli. Parti, bansen', it ort Mjn| Ant?
werp .'? A'Jtiio.U l 8*li?, y lui ?5. Hi, Hnsnbtirg. 37, Amtler
dim 42; Krsnlfrort, 4l|?4J, Bremen ?30#8>i, Berlin, T?i.
CONORERS.
?IBA TI.
Mar 17.?Mr. Wade submitted an aoiaadmeat to the
Ueconatruction resolution. The bill to prohibit the car?
nage of L?tm-glycori?.u was reported from committee and
pasittyd. Tho resolution to ciamiae 1 site fur 1
frcih-water basin fbf ir ?i? elad?, Bad the bill to
aid tho Central Pacific Kail road hy land grant 1.
wore passed. Tho Diplomatie Appropriation bill
was taken up, debated, amended, and ptuml. A Second
?aaietaai t^cr^arythir) of State wst cirtled, snrl the Col
lea-tot-htpof th? H?tte Department ?trwk ont. The Weat.
1*.?mt Academy hill WM BBUMdod by BTOhibltiaf the tp
I : -. * : 11 - - :. t of mir i i?l"t *? ii ? las ?tervol in tho K?-l,el itriny,
h:i I |n-t ? I. A .'oirircl.
nortR.
A bU to A'ilhortie tho use of in"'nc w.-!,_Tti and
past I, .?? also i j ? :.' i"?"''."";, in t
* s ita wita standard mer-ares, and a bill to aal
, itfi | ,,| s' ? g 't of UM (1 "li'Hii lli'l"ll ?.I
A ntolatioB wes then petsitl te s boritttht
.- '.f a ipedtl in:ii'i'.iss .m t?. aefetittt with
tt for a eoauBoa aaB af nioner
The Beata ?' bill w.?? iafarlad bai k from
th? ( nil!.:-"'- ti,Hi ai_end:ii'nts, Bad Bt-M
? ? went oser till Tu?-?l iv aest. Tba Beaatt l?;:: eaa?
ce t..ni' rt'i'.-rt. of deeitioai in tti ham ima Curt ?ris
?. Aster Dameroui petltioai bed beta preetnted,
[be Tax bill iraa oona leredia Coaimlttee of the Waoto,
and several aui'?ii(lm??-itet adopt"]. A MBMMM wa? ro
? .i?..-1 fron tba PraUdeat, eoreriag a letter froa*.
G '. i ', oa I--' - itiou for tiro Anny. Atljo inied.
The li. on "gift enterprise?" btv? b?B raised in
Committee froin fSO ti |1M. Wl IUbI another
cipher might be added.
The Will Mat Academy bill ha? a wholesome
ftmomlitient a'l'li'.l t" it, prohibiting the liB-BBeB of
-BJcadet who has ?oired ia tho Rebel vuiie?. lu
that shape it bal pi-?'*?! tti S.-nato.
I bill to prohibit, under serere ponaltio?, the
curri ngu of nitro-glycerine, win p.isscd yesterday in
th" Banale. I'eath from ucei'lo-t make? every per-.m
concerned in tho transportation of it guilty of imn
-.???i.ht-r, with ten ft 1:4' imprisonment or more.
Tho Homo yesterday adopted tarara, billsand roso
latkmi 1.mkiiig to the fit tiru BU in this country of the
metrletjiBatt at weight? and BMaaarae. The bmbb*
ures aro perniU-ivc morely, and intended, we pre.? uno,
to familiiirize the p'iblie with tho ?standard whi *_ it
elsewhere- a< cepted a. tho only ouo posses-ring
ICientifil .1?'?.".ir.it y.
Vonn iii* 1, r.Tisidcr.iMv ngilated by tho necessity
of electing two V. S. Senators next i'iill? both taatl
bring now filled b; Baaaat-fa nominee? in place of
Mc'sjr?. (a'ollamor and l-'oot. deceased. Thorn will lie
si-vnr-l candi'lii'..1?; but there _ one man who may
not be a candidate, yet who ought at all event., to
lio cho'en, becnu?e of what ho had dono and is able
to la fir lui .State and (he Union. Wo neod hardly
add thal his name in ?Iu?tin B. Morrill.
Collector Sim the is at last at home in the _u?tom
II '088 Bi hal made 11 > removal?, and we hear will
BBB-1 none until ho liai taken timo to BB_B himself
baroaf-ly famili'ir with iii; latka. H ? I.a- made iio
?appoiataMBta, ??avo of Thomas Ilrown, e?q.. (formerly
ol Oin.)) f'.r Prirati BucatBiy. He will not consider
applications foroilke rrkaarbata than at the C'usiom
BotU., nor there d'iriig the hour, of ofBi."0 biia-iness;
but ho will remain frafl ? to 1 o'clock C-proiily t'> re?
ceive vuggestion? on this bead.
We publinli m other rol'imn; .1 faithful re;).>rt of an
inter', icw batwaaa Oana. ?.t?ailinan and l'ullerton and
a Committee of tho colorad people of Norfolk, Vj.
The talk of thone reprk'sciitiktivo colored BBBI BUB*
plata with poiiifid (T'li.nn.n ?en?'1, and no candid man,
it -oenii to ii?, i m read the dear und braJMi ?! tia*
ment of-bali poaitioai vittoal aokaoarla Ifiag that tti
be-t w,iy to did vv. h ??-,. h p-.,'!? islntr.it them
j ? 1 -1. y. au.l pr..*,,! tin m hi Um mJoyBiaBt at Xhak
righta i. ? - , : , ??' m be prods
?d' nr: li -"?dil" it can It .*;.; 11 I ttW BMfBfapaitl
likethi, uf tin? nr ?;.. ! difnitj ah] bhefaaa
11:..' B| *.'." bl 1 k? of lb.1 S ||
NORTH tilt Mill Til 111 II milli
ari?D.
lii'To n :t' proicit a g, lierai un,! laadablt '
BB-BBf llio ]>i*t'.ur porti"!? of ti.-1 BoatharB WaBBM tn
be filly |_d fi.rly con.;.r,'.ie:i ?ed at tht Kart-, la?
?teil ?O'tin- ?di formula??'? If jrea i rat Mop I klk-Bg
tli.it v.- iv, ? te vv.ll witl.'lr 1 ?-?? ?? :r tri ' vdt,"
or 'Ti'wo na ?",M iah h j ooaa obi .-??ii, weir.:
\"i "Sootteroan way, "Beat lad laa at
the Karta!" Had ttia ??..nt pt. rallad ila la toa year?
agu, it would live BBYed the blood and denolrttinii of
1'rr.ii!'* w tr. Lal it be Bpheld aad.vaajad, aad
we ?hall never liave another Bb b I t. -nut;..
The Christian Indn, AtliT.t.i. Geo.** i, in.iltl ti ?'
B lath is ?ot BBJaratonil at the Barth, and, in
order thal it imy bo, gal 1 (bett -Aha', u Imbm Um re ii
rie.Ttiintiit of the -??nth in au article whiili w.- I.,-.-1
?.?_?>- by rcj-ie-f, lo re:.'I-:' ii i?, conspicuous ,t4 we
may. It is a? foil?, a
roc? _Is_AK?S
The ?reit ob-Ucb-1" _**40_atraet?<ofl in Cluirih and
Sttte. in fact find In f'*e!'ni?. I ei in :n,pi?l n.l, ,? ,1,-rttn Ti: a
of tht l?etela recaei t? o?ch other br tb? Bonhara aai
I |.,?.i;,!,- II the (riifk were knoirii at the BsfthsetB
what le auld, ?rid don?- ?ni tboocht ?ud Ml In . ?..-a.? S. 'itliern
I ? s aa beBtta ti nt a OMlraUlag n'i.rilier of tlio peoi)l?
ti,, ra isi.;.:-i be iaaBi ?ii to atteai teeaaaal treabBa t ?. at
d'-?;re ?ud ai we (hiuk we i|e?erve "I I ere ?re 'our 1 -mliria
psrtiaalart to whieh ws thiak their jaigaeatsaies ?re a Bra.
Ivaioiit and it tt,,j , oiild lu. c.ir..:iT tofanaai BB tl)"?c
I'i.u's. we lieli.-Te thiit avait ?truie ti ?Mild ti? ?.ade toward
ratlyeeea WBb attoeata iaatrete Be _eei i.? obi Bflea
meii Bal Is glorifj our Katlier in liens ,-u vre ptaesel to men?
t?., : tbsas f?ur tbtnfc?. and la pel on rec ird our inleiuD toitl
mom in r .*,? J t" ti..in
?Trir it i? lieliered st tim N'orth tt.i? tli* people here ron
? nl'-r til? late (]i?|nile Hill uun-tlled, tkat tliev ?re antlnii Bt
emit ' r o?'?, n.l it r t', remit t,. arma, and Itiat the) nre read.
und ri??e I.? avail tln'iriielrei of the Urit oocuion to make uno
thi-r effort for n.ilepei.deno?
In nil tin? our Normern friendi ?r* ?ntirely mlitaken.'
Tbare le not a word of truth in it. 1 her? ma;, li? todividtia?
af wiwini B to Mat) uf ram? ii tinnnt ?ay that there ara
none, I? it ?i- can and la ?ny ti.at ?e kuBB of none and har?
I-ni-.f i.":.'? T ? | -"|.,. lu-r? nie i o! t'liiikinir atiout ?rim
nor ?lu,i.t itidepeiidriice tin- ideu for tv bick tht war wa?
fuis,'!,t are ooaiidcred ataalstS and are ?eldotn i(Miken of. The
mel i l-n ? it ti abaBet e.crj one ii to take car,? of lumielf and
improve hi? own condition devolution li of all li In ?ti, I t?o
furtbeit from tlielr Wlibel or t ... :>-1it?
tt .?ni It ii 1,1'lievi.i! al the .North that tl.ere ii hero a fen
eral (!iainiii!ii.:i lo i.?,;,:*?? and perircute the t.-gtn race, aud.
If I'osiihle lo rei'nelnte them ?
Bothitig oiuild be further from the truth Dorins the war
the llave? for the molt part stood hy ?MU maite-i. lain red for
Itiiiu without oTi-neer? in tl,ou.utt!i ot Itntaiu-ei, und ayti,],?
ti.I/.-,1 with tbem and laitalne. thru In ererr (joialble w av to
the last. Since the war. ttier have conducted lViiiaelvi*s wllh
?.I -_???? ??' ? !??; :ie' t whiob, tinder th?- circumatar.cr?, lae
wonder lo th? wufld. 1 l,-?e tliin,-. have increase,I the kind
oe*? of frelinK? which were kind before, an#the urgto race la
I ?TI in higher c.(mutton at the South tim dar than it erer has
boen. 1 h? rlslits of suffrage of hikldma oflic? and of lilting
on junee are d--nied them hy our la* ? l?ut in nil other rciperti
they are (in (?eorsta) prtrinty on a footing mitA tht trhne ptopli,
ana io wm think it ii io tno-i of tb* other Stales. The tieople
of the North hiiielo-eo So often told that tli- n[it>,ait< ?>f nil
tliia i.? trae, that tbey may find it hard to lurline what ?e tell
them. but the f*t'i urn n? ws Kits.
I rd It it hollered at the North that the tnnmunt the
Sont:-i-f ii penjiltt arc clothed with jx llllcal power, the. will
uie their mflurnce for tbt repudiation uf the Nat mimi debt.
Wo have never heard Una BchsaB piotioacd by a Southern
man. and it probablv would never have t>?. n thought of her?
if we had not rcceired tn idea froui Nurtliern neaapa|?eri.
Vie hare n?r?r heard ii sfakaa of eicept with cnndeumailoia
Mo*t of ui are wUr eneugh to kr.or? t har It ni to our intereat
to auattln the ('?orcrnment ander ?hich we cipont to lire.
i'-i.rt?, It i.b-.l'.-ved at the Norn, li.al U,'Soii'lu-iu people,
if n.i ?-ii d with polltlo-l power, would endeavor to force unun
thedovernuieut Ihtaiiuniptloti of the debt of th? 1st? Con?
federacy.
. We do act believe that ti,ia liles ever e- tercd int#tlie vt ?Meit
dream of the mott .mo ubi y mau ia these Boothera Mate?.
We h?Te uerei heetB tbs ?uhjei I inciitiotl?!, Bsatat with rtdi
?ulc aid ai in the preuedthji case ?e bellere it ne.er would
have iieen uientiotiud at all, it it had not been thruit upou our
attontiou by the Northern prrai.
If the people Bt the North coild only Inox* the fruk in re?
gard to the fiiar points abo.? ipokeu of. we Irelirve that there
vfoiiid be ?n unuienie chsnge in public opinion, and In the
Stt'.e of pablic feelins; there, and that thtreault would lies
re?tnr?tit'!i of friendly relnttoni and of material proaperlty.
he* of them, perhaps, will aee thrielinei- of thoie who ice
tneni ?niiif we bsve oo doubt, ?ill t??li?re all we hare asid,
for tome of tie? know thut our teititm.ny can li? rt-lied on;
a.,n,e we fesr, will ist that se willfully falufi , and others
will probably say trial ?te ure alBBBia as to the fact?. Wa
earnestly ei.-treat thoie vi ho doubt cur evidence to tell ua what
eviileiic-'. would be aatiilactory ; und If they demand e.idente.
which the nature of the cat? admit? of, we thiuk wo can pledge
ourseivei. In adranoe, to proiluoe it.
Tilla article may be copied by Northern newipaparA* and it
ia juat possible that some of their reader? would like to obtain
moro luil information from the same in-.r.e, if ?,. let them
addreti a letter to the editor of 7*Ae ('?euria? ladet, Atlanta,
Oa . and they ahaJI be pron.ptly reipouded to, publicly or pri
ri-.ely, si they may desire.
Commtnti bp The Tribune.
I. We are quite sure that Tht tain is right in dis?
claiming for the South any desire or purpose to re
light the flames of Civil War. Tho experience of the
late War in too recent and terrible. Yet we see that
the South is constantly and powerfully incitod to do
that very thing In a different way but in the same
apirit. 8ha is openly nrged by Northern Copperheads
to Rend Senators and Representatives to Congress,who
will take seats by force and violence in defiance of tho
law of the land, and thus constitute an opposition or
seco-d Congre?, which will Involve th? country
afresh in the horror? of intestine convulsion and war.
We entreat The ?niez to watch and wira against thio
project. It is certain, if pretor-?! to realisation, to
deluge tbl Uad ia fraterna! blood, to no good end
a hal arar.
Ii. Wa ?taita* agm tritk Iii Mu that Iba halt?
]?orto?n of tin? Boat?I m White- ?1.? aot me._i or wiih
tooaann the Ula.!.-:. Yet this rather aaaatifB i.?
feeling da? BOt ibieU nor ?ave the Blacks from intol?
?rable wrongs iinil oppression?, as M? have lately seen
it M.-injihi-i and other point-t. The low-bred South
roil1 <lo love to oppress and abuse the lllack*?; au?l tho
better class do not actively interfere to protect them;
an?l tliry nerer will so long as the lutes of the South are
not just and equal. 80 long as the South allows tho
ino-t ignorant and vi.ious White forcignor to become
a citizen and a voter after a few years' residence, and
il.'ine- those ?ame privileges to intelligent, exemplary
Blacks born on her -soil, she never will and never
can be just to two-fifths of her people. That
"Blacks have 110 rights that Whites are bound to
respect," is an axiom ingraiucl in the very core of
Southern society and jurisprudence. The ?nd?r
doubtless thinks t'.e Warks of Georgia have all the
rights of Whites except tho.so of voting, hobluig
office, and sittiug on juries (rather important
ISDBftfOMt) but it is ini-itakcn. If a Black, having
a case in a Gi orgia court, wi-lied his own brother to
apMtffbrbim ;?? ? immii in tint ? oatt, it would not
be allovred. Ami this io but one in-Unco out of many
of the inequality a:nl injustice of the laws if Georgia.
That they have been and would still be ?TOM, if Tr?f?
ilent Johnson had not in-isted on kuio.?orations,
The Inder cither knows or ? l8 li KB. The fi?Bta
that puro and refined Northern wome.i.
who 0,0 South to teach blink children,
are very generally tlBBlli with hostility by tho
Whites, refused board in their families, and often in
guh 1 and abusc'1, and that negro tdttOoi-houses have
I'.'i'it burnt by scores, and in widely sepirated locali?
ties, nnd that, while hundreds (at liait) of BIMBI
have bein munlon*?! by White- i:i UM South ?ince tho
War ended, and tiuf one of the munli-rers convicted
lad 1 tni-hed a? .-ich by tho civil ?inthonty, are con?
clusive t?ii this bead.
III. We accept what The ?min -ay-, of the National
and 0??Merate Debt? respectively, as proof that
many Southern White*-feel uml in?? iii ju-tly an?l l??y
ally with n-gird to them; bit Oov. Wise is also a
Southron, ami his recent proclamation that "Green?
back-- will soon be worthl?'??" is testimony quite us
Mftataai ?igniiicant as that af The imhr. Eaoh
represent*, doubtless, a pha-o of So.it!?? ni opinion.
Wp fear thoie who hold with Wise are by far the
bolder party.
? Finally, we wiih. on the main point, to *_o
further than Tht ?min It I?BOMB us that the South
? I "ft not intend nor ??.?ck. to bru.ik out ol'the Union.
We airee to this, ?tul add that a majority of the
Southern li hiles m?ver did, Blina th?*y were hkt??OMti
by ti??-? and hlaaitfeed, irish the. Union dissolved. The
rovolutioiiary party m the S"uth was never more __BB
Bdiiriiifz, uiiicrupiiloiis, domineerin?/ minority, until
the .Southern heart wa? "lired" ti milne?? hythe
i.oiiiidiriiinetit <>f fort Siiii?.*r. Bal than is j ist laeh
a minority in tt? Soa'h to-day; and it is a?, likely to
clutch aul ni suie potviT in th.* future as in the past.
We ciitr.iit |lt Mat, wi'h all friends of IVace, to
kel*]? ti!) eye oil till? ? i''j', til I??' pr?*pir>'?l to
. . .? nt ?ti ii- u bin .tiona.
Till? HIII.1I OP I I KHOIl I'M li"*
ll_MBB-?i
TbiEtDaaiag letter mm natta Osa. Bchmcb at
v. 1 ??jjtaBi lad l"?'tiar?l?''l i?? us wi'h pi-nun-ion t??
publish It Wo han Oaa. S. hi-nck's authority f.ir
saving that it is from a perfei tly trustworthy and
unthill! Baa, 1.?m i- tully ibis to aabataa?ato ali I,??
III ' ' . Uti 11? th ?.?? that j:?-t:iy the
seuiluig a Congres-ioual t'oiniiiittee to Tenu?*- ??*.
to which The l*oM, two lajl ag?>, so hssdl
olijo? t?*d. r.:ei-c'iiioii of tie BSgn ii"'?" at th>?
Baath it:"?'S hutre.l of Kin.in. piiti??ii, ami a de
terinina?o.'i to Ht the laws "f the I ?MB at ti. tia:;. ??,
? ? m ?M BBgn Hat! la N? w-York in tin? Summer af
'?..i ni".?lit .?.I t.? tin* Bontbsrn rsbsllioa. Fsdsral
troop? it.'r? u--o?l in the on?? ease, au?l F?deral nuthori
tj must bo r??snrt?*d to in the other to ?itstain tin* lyu s
1 ?:'? I >? r ?'. I ..*? I'?!!.-.?::;,* le'?"r is only ad?
ditional t-viib-i.???? of that BaBBBB-J
It 1 MT,ii? Term., May I. l8??.
MT DBABOBBBBAI I! ive intended arning you erer iii.te
1 rame lo Tennenee, hut I har? been expecting from i'uy to
day tbit the ?rorat woultl coin?, and I could Uli you all ia one
l*tter. I trail ti? wont ?11 com*. Ti.11 city hu? bea*n. daring
the tait fea diyi tbe leone of mott ?1.human and deviiiih out*
ikge? A dillicuIlT ocrurred betwteu a fow colored toldicr? j
and the Bulice ?f the city It his grown into a most horrible I
not. Every co'iircd o!:unh sn?l ?ditol bous? bsd be?a burr.ed.
'ihriisi.li if dol.ari wo-th of property hal been deitroyed,
wore thin forty colored p? opie bate been ihot ia cold blood,
worncii lire b?en burnod in tbqir horn??, women bar? bceu
?hot dotva walking Hie itroet. ,
'Hie moat flemiiih outng?? h?re been committed.
Et.-rv 11..in ado ?or? a Mn uuifirm or a black *> ? 1 -i w?? in
ii i- got ut bli life, ami lie ii to d.ty. I litre no doubt there is s
s?, rit or,?j!)iiitioQ hackiuir up iikI sustaining t'.u Iblag,
It has beet? neceiisry to tend ?11 the 1 tdy tencburi North to
pri'ieut tdi'ir lui K munl'-red. The Tinted Stata'i ting it no
protectlou uiil?ii eiicirclgal by OB I ted Stittel buyoneti.
.Something tnuit bo done for thli country, loyal 11.cn, black
and white, mmt be protected. Thl? country 1? no tr.ore tit to
be admitted ioto tie? Tulon ttutn ?JetT I ?s? .11? to bo Trend. :it
It behoove! the It ni le ii teen lu Tongreit to itaud by Id ?rijfit,
and when It beeomet Decenary, the men who fought the isit
war ara ready to fight Mother.
1 hare n-en id1 * 11 drei bluing atone tin?. I have itea
women thot down. 1 hive teen men murdered, end all Uni for
do other reston and for no other offense than that they were
loyal. If there 1? any potter in the Uorerameat let the loyal
men of the land b? protected.
On?* of our officer? has been ?hot down In the ttreeta of
Orenid?, Min., for no other reason than that he wor? a blue
iiiiif .nu and wat doing duty m su officer of the (iorarnment.
I Lroigiioui Uti? whole country luch s tpirtt esleta that a men
cannot osll his Ufa ha ?urn and proclaiai that he ii a I'uion
min. What I say. fl?nerai. I ti ill back up with lucootestihla
proof, aad will Car-lib the athdavit? to eit thliib orery siser
tion.
I hop? tbst tbi* mockery will b* end?d-lending officon of
OoTernaietit Into (hit country U?Vl'?''?'t the people whom you
have iel Ire?, ?tthout the power to enforce a ISOO Judgment.
All retti with the mea wkoconititutethe majority of CoDfireti.
Sacb mea si job need bo b*<ckiug?up, and to thoie men who
do. I have oui? to 1?? tint therein count 01 the men who
hrim/M th* country oat of th? lut Kelieliion. '/' ? / ?ill stand
hy them, let ?obi* what mu y
iqum/im; hoi nVlM.
The Mus-aeliui-elts Si.nato ha? rejected a bill fo
tho "c.itialuation of bounties " in that .State, and husr
-BBW?I n*j(?( ted a motion to reconsider. The ncheme
wuii pushed in itt 11--die hu ?It I s by precisely ^ tin? same '
arguments which ure urged for tho (Joiigre.-.-ionul bill. I
In tht? l(oiit?e the measure was curried by the vote* of j
members who, under the act, would be entitled to re?
ceive bounties, the Speaker receiving their votes ii]ion
the entry of a memorandum in tho journal whereby
each representative released his ?claim. Kow these
gentlemen could, by this or any other means,
renounce their ?strong personal bias in favor of the
act, Hfieo not uppear. lu the Senate tho final
vote wai 13 to iii, and we trust member* of
Congress will bear in mind that it ia a much harder
thing for a Stato legislator to resist the personal in?
fluences from his constituents in favor of a measuro
by which they are to profit, than it is for a Represent?
ative in the Kouso. And ni?ee it in certain that the
bill is to be carried through Congress?if carried at all
?by help of a factitious popular prossure, wo hope
the successful resistance to a similar pressure in Mas?
sachusetts will prove an enoonrsgemeut to such men
in Washington a? do not sincerely approve this claim
agenta' and bounty-brokers' conspiracy for the en?
largement of the publie debt.
We believe evidence in any quantity could bo had
to prove that the soldiers do not demand this alms
from the public treasury. Here is one letter, to a
Boston paper, out of 1 dosen in the tame strain that
hive lately been published:
Ko ?BoV'BTt W'AMin -1 ca? remember tbst ia IS?! Ibera
was nab e thing ai pstr!ivt_mi, ?nd that sobs of _ie_i_. *?
from the prompt?ngt of inty. Althongh t have been moV
than three yean io the aervire. the feeling hal not vet died
oat; tn,] althouirb t do not soo it taken Into ucoon! by the
gentlemen of the State Home in their diictiaiioot upon th?
Ii."-itv b'l!. I wish to remind ?ome of tbetn that it doe* itill
ctiat, and to aak them if they cannot Rive tia the credit of dome;
",r duty without ??king f?r pn. that wa? uover ?xpected.
B?M i. a hunderd dallan in o mwmriauu ml i'- i. .'jp-ii'i af
? karng aueaagpmwaI / rf<? aa aast ? st?I i?tf??a/?-'aieii(p)
''eg,o ada aft** mummy jar a/ta datlma, ltouiiLi t? b-re
incmbere?! tint ?II the patriot, iii aal eta? BtB?flHk, Who
aaks for thi? pny low I I do not hoar tho beat oaeu a?, they
want it. It ii all orar now, there is work eu lugh to do, aud
r? don't want to be bonght ai ??)_.?* were.
i'l'.m i .;i Oaaarr.
?That seems to us a, very in inly letter, and most
creditable to tho writer. We have confidence enough
in the unselfish patriotism that carried us tlirouirh the
war to believe that " Plymouth County" speaks the ?
true sentiments of the majority of th? rank and file of
the Cniou annies. We naver did credit the assertion?
of o'ir enemies at home ?ud abroad that the National
forces were recruited for love of money more thau for
love of country, and we beg the soldiei s ?baal vilor
.lived the .?(-public not to discredit it or themselves by
encouraging or permitting a sordid motive to be tr,
?''ly imputed to them H it may bo if they go
begging for bounties from Congres i or from ?vate
Legislatures. _
DEBT.PAVI*|(R.
In Mr. 01adaioaa*l raaaat ?peech np m tho Eng?-?
budget, we lad many suggestion? that au American
may read with profit. It is v*ry BlfUMQ. ta fini our?
Mttaa BOBBt-BtsJ p,ira?led belore the nations by the
first orators in the world as the pri.e boy at sohx)!,
even if we do remember not bbBbJ MnlMI suce
when wo woro UM ono wicked boy among wicked
boys, chilli of many hopes Bal prayers and oppor?
tunities, going to the bad irrutiif .ably, and wa-?.mg
tho inheritance of a prince among awiat and goat?
herds. Wo have now the WlhliBM BBtaat ?BOBO ? of
htiviug tho largest debt in the world, with the excep?
tion ol liiurl iTnl's; and, when we co:::?? to look at our
ii:'ere?t tables, and reckon up tl.e cost of the debt, even
larger ti'.an England, For a man to be poor is not
a rare attainment. To be poor with a million of
dollars of debt, brings IBBBWB in Wall-?t. Act ?rd
lag to Mr. Gladstone, there seems to be a I ..?rit
of emulation among natious as to which of ImPtt
will reach the lattrreniinonco li.?t. Hiring tho last
twenty years particularly, the European nations have
tuan t.ed to incur a debt of about $7,r>i)0,i)<t0,?>)<).
The English debt his gun-rally been consid?*red one
of the few existing types of eternity. It is tho one
thing aa this| earth which NMBB te haro lui no be?
ginning, and promi-i.*s le luve no BB L Iii I fttbt now
_ $:i,'/M,'l.*>,<'"''-i_ore than |8,000,000 UM tim? ia
January, UM, a p'?rioil preOO?Bg tho t'rini MM V-'ar.
This ?hows that la ttralfi ft na Eaflaa l b m repoitad
Ihe losses of the Kusaiaa war, r.? 1 kdran 1 BMW
toward economy.
To the R8MB- Ministry beloBfl lue rar." credit oi
di?i- ov-Tif En ?! :. tradltioi . mi regardi-g tba
National debt as a rospun-tibility which may bo ter?
minated, and not a? a law o! nature, to ihe world wi1*!
out end. England is now in th? po ?o ?a ?on of peculiar
sources of wealth, and if she 000 OOOOpt the standing
vite ti borrowing, which Mr. (il idatOBI BOOB-O! ua is
"rstartliiig;" if, above all d.i.'i??, b-B MOBfOl the
tendency to a*sumo debt, which has become a m ?t ?
among European countrie?, there i-? no rea-on why she
:.. \ \.ot am: gc for the payment of her e.ilir * d,?!?*..
11 ?r ralan b ?ve ahaa4oaed the p-'..ey ti Walpole au?l
Pitt, und no longer give millions to Lei:? the cause
? ?' . BJ forlorn Hag and !;a:?.?r who feel? ?'.i'.
ins orewa _ tho chief caaei ra ti tim waihi, It' Ka?
hi powers fight, timj matt paj* their bill?, u ?-. ??
rig b aa loafer a bordea to tha E ?.:' th arawa. Pal.
merstiui is deni, tai with linn all of the "vi'or"
which B-ff-fi-d itself in armament,'and fruitless exhi?
bition? of atrength. Bather Ukaa write Mr. Seward a
, Iv/tl letter on the Tt ' , . . ! ..'.'??
toil tit m getting ready for a war which it wi? known
would Baraf ' i1-'- pleoo. Eagl mi bo l -gai i '. nus ta
Um ?'.)?.,.'".) halt of tba w Ai, Uko the bmoI
of t!ie?e BfaWB*, hNOOa, Joha Bull ha? retired lad set
tip a tavern. If nttioii? weal B bottle hobler or a ruf
(?-.'e, hi ?? a r.ire old Hon.fa e who will >? ? I'm
Hut Iii- own bi":i-"s BrBB !)'? l.calc.l lad hil OWB ???1?
i t ? tad hiataaata laopaa le all the world? with
ratertaiaaaoal ihaad ?tu for man and '
Wh:le the ,b-i)t of En.liTid hu r I *
ia'tha la?', tweii'y y.tr? her commerc?: Bli ti
Dariagt?O lut twen'y^live year-? it h-B-tCfea '
until now?thanko, ia ? BMaoato, to I. rerpool piratea
BB 1 K Mjt ??-I -OaUBea? it is larger than that of PraBOi
and America combined. The cause of tin? is saul to
be tho paOBBMiOB of miner ii ? r.? i-iir..*-?. o._i.., . _ly ,- , J,
Eoglaad oaa aifalb ooal cheaper thaa tay athol na?
tion, mid ?he controls tht iadattlj IB 1. OOBiOq :
theOBfitalof tho world. America his thirty-?.--. ?:
?':..? aui lint of cal i.i 1". igl.inl. aud, in a hund?
red ft lia, iii ortlmg to Mr. (Had-tOBO ai. 1 Mr. Mill,
the Engl:?!i supply W_ BB 1- With t'll! OTOBt, thi
monopoly of coal pastes tO America. ' -BppQM
coal is to fail," .?.r.? Mr. OladatOBO, "and to OBtTJ
away thia preCialneooa of oheep production ?f o irs
BOfOai the Atlantii', what will happen ' Thirt. -.viU
le ti decline?a d-B-M of r.-ut?, profit!, IB 1 WB| ?
There will bu piaOBMtJ a iBfaitM of what wa hive
seen for the 1 i?t twenty year- la the laereBBI Of re::'.-,
prout?, BBlwagOB vfhofl rents, profit?, and vv ._? ?
decline, what will the owui-ra ol' t-OM lol Thi
owners of wagla?thoM who raaoirt wagia*-^faoaag
wagri orr higher acron (hi Atlantic, Will emigrate.
Owntrs of movable properly teill find a wiitT <ind mort
profitable field for its application, and tri/.' stnd their
capital alroad. Wai*, will thi eWBaH ol' real- lo 1
It appear? to me they cannot tmigrat?. Th-y'm.y
emigrate per.ioually. but that upoii whloh khoj dOBOBd
(Ttaiin<it einigratj. At that period, whtB reat?, wagOO,
and profits decline, the iliarge on the National debt
will remaiu a permanent iii?>rtgage on thi ! nid? BB 1
dur.it.le pmpi-rty ol' the country." Therefore, a ? !
ing t%ti_l 1"-'t . whili) Eng', lad retains aim ??' a mo?
nopoly of coal, while her 0OBBBM0I ii larger t!.an BOJ
two other nations OB t-0 earth, while all thi world is
pourinj* revenue into her oxche.-_-.ier, let her !.a?to:i to '
pay off this debt, and BB longer keep ?t as a la.irden
upon posterity.
As for our own country, let u? imit i'?1 E:;,'! md, or,
rather, let in net otirol 1 mother an example. Alreidv
vv-e are meeting our war bUBB. and payiug as we go.
While the gnat Continental l'owers aro arming to
make war upon problems and'purpo-clt*?s ?* la-r*'.?,
we ure eudeavoriug t" -hhBBd "'ir ariii,is, tt 1 BO not
spend war-bills in times of pea, e. Don Quixote's .?"'il,
luv er yaaiBaa hi hfghai ??npuiscs, never beat higher
With the emotion af manly deeds, than when lie bead
himself on the verge of a precipice. Do not our Bo lt_
American and Mexican und Kenian M-BBMI baOBBM
IB then of Don Quixote' Tiiere is nothing BkOCI
tempting than war. "There is BOthiafBO in-id:"";?
as financial d-Boaltj. /( approaches with limits uni
curtsies, Borrotcing for ihr first lime appears open
to no o*ijt(tion. There is nothing in if BiOMBBBJ
or gAtaatmug, It it like the cub of the Itontti,
spoken of hy ont of the Grtth potts, vhich wat
rashly taken by the hun'.tr into his house, ?then it was
young. Uuas reared with his dog? and placed among hu
chtldrtn. It wai mild in temptr, and fawwd upon tetrp
om. But when ttgrtw up and f?t its strength, it dtluged
the house with gore." With this stern and beautiful
figure of the Chancellor of the Exchequer, we dismiss
thu subject, entreating those statesmon in Congre?
who would have ns cling to war-interests and war
finances, to legal tenders, paper money, and tho
exhilaration of a false, inflated currency, to be wise
now when they may, lest when this system of debt
grows to its fullness, its strength shall be our misery
and desolation.
A correspondent in Connecticut writes us to?.y
that there must be some mistake ni tua return of gold
watches for taxation which we copied recently from
another pauer. No doubt of it. T _t t?U,eui<.iat ou it
facs wa* ibtard, thoofh cUimia?-/ to bo oloiaL W|
seo that in Boston ?lone the roturni qn^e equal tho?'
tir the sutement referred to for the who!, ooiintr
! httl we print e!.,..-hore a similar BtataM-t from .
niui?lft Rjronj? Piabrlst in Brooklyn.
ABOI I TIUHRO.
Auewvi?.r.._:a:_globc " I: iii : .; ? 4:j ,.,,,?.
fore, entitled ti calm, earnest romonstranco-recoatlr
proaouac.nl tun leatimeol ft* "the traitors cm nu
more I??.-1 unod than so many tiger,." There ti solan
of c?;itroversi_li,ts trh-j iaiigfae no figure u perfect
unless it invo'.voi the ultimato ett*?nt of good or bid.
und no adjetivo erpronsive tbi? L? no'in the au'
perlativo degree. We might call fen Cuines? lo
gictsns, nmehglvon to clamor au I torture?ia strife,
mttmf and weak, ?in Waapb, riadieUta and ?aaL
If va admit the d.jctrine that wu can only deal wiib
the South a-s wi(h tigers, our statesmanship becomes
easy. MM. Fouquie-r Tinville |n_ IWraad Barer??
hive given >;s Li-.tori.-at ??luUration.s of th-.- if!"- 'of
the Tifj?-jr Policy, and loft au l?Bl?-ill examplu.
We, however, havo an advantage which those Fronoli
nieu did not posse?,. Their t :? : - r >pr? ? nted a atOM
party, with artnios at their bac'?', and c ipaM ? of war.
OartifWi have gone through war and been defeitod,
and can mike no BMiataaaa. Tiff?. _t_B] ia th?
j i.ig'.os, whoa wo morely know |ha .fCBBBON of ?ger*,
without any knowlo Ige of tuc*:r number, locality,
? tittie?, b Mid toba very ei
citingand not fi m flromdiB| it. TIfsr-buBtia|ia th?
Zo | i. Q >." l?*:is, with thl .? .id..?!??! ..'?,,:?
tinotlier business. If we consider tho M trait'.?;?" ?
so many tiger i. ail tho .So ;'h I va-* j _ii _rl<-, our duly
is plain. Wo may place a prie- on th.? li?ad of ovinr
traitor to be duly delivered at Wll?iagtOO. aftor tin
fashion of piou?-r I ?){.s,.it.?rs, g/m? ;i I tor t'a-? hcs?l
of a w ?If 01 th?? snout of a boat, o: tho tail of a for.
There might Bl a Tigir Bataan it ?Tiih-igtsa, ta
whom the business might be profitably intrusted?
with ii eye to MO?Bp*, die ir ? 1? dag I ?'?: " that uo
traitor's held should be paid for twice. In th; lu'or
estj of h'imauity it might be decreed that no yrin**,
tigers should bo takoa, say under the age of fifteen.
Their imperfect nature Bight be tr.vied into habits ot
paaOB aad loyalty. Beyond Cfte-a it ?vi'.l hi I heapot
t ) knock the tigers in the h mi an I ead tho business
Wo might prolong this ?li--?'.tt,: on au 1 g.vo many
? i BBfor destroyiug tig-*:-, with a ?sugges'iin oi
two in the way of starvation, or the dis'r.but'on ot
po: on'?dv!et'*a!sin g"?uera'.!y f ? ? tad] i ?? t'?:>ti'
Memphis ati'l Clar.ostoa for ii. -\i:.?e, or in^-lteri
cicity of Mr Wiso'* residence, n :.-???? the o?co.4 ol
the Richmond paper?. We might show the ibaud?f-,
th? horror of this ?rgumoat, by folh.wu.g it to if? log?
cal conclusion, aal describing our vahan'. ediUr for
ioBta-BS, ai th? Qafdsa O uamiag of ? ?" "tion,
riAiBfj through tho .Southern fasfil 0:1 an elephant.
and doing liodl of iMtfBB.???. Ihr? I : 'hi 01
pioits if ?bbntad hunters, or even the iwralatfoaaaj
bi'iti-tma of Lyons. But ot what avail' To us thit
Tiger Po'.i.'v is f'?ll of danger and madness. Thoa?!
tim 1 B-d? tO Mt ugthon th.- h ladt of the ? Ni who axe
liboriug by day and by Bight ta rBBOOltraot thl I'niop
Bponthabao- if flarafc 4?_^8eaiaai?ay, ta Malu
aud dofi.-at tiio elovatioa of the i.egi-o, [_k~t ou!y to
act upon tho theory that the H-'uthorn poopi?? ?ar?
tigen aud to be ??hot t?J death ?is v.-iil !t-'i Tlie
I tu?'.* of truth 1.? ue .'or ?se:.'.-! ?/.*.. ... '?it
|Ulh free'..in w m thrown hi '- I | ' M ??' ? *? it'jrj
Bj th- B-tratafiaoi of tho kg;.i?_^.i'.'A:i Puritana.
France yielded hsr freedom to B<*_va**??; bseaiiw of
tht mischief of R ?'???;.? ? Erery argument rrs
?naba tot blood, every deauud : ; f, only
strengthens those who wi.?h to rcbiil J th ? new Uni ?n on
the old f 'indation5, BBJytanii? la ttiaaoniMtaM
the spirit of .^iaverr.
V::tor l?tif?o, in ' Xnption ?? ric." Bbawi tlw
itapaby ahlohtbaata?a*Bap?? w?s taaWfl to
taoaattbi t-iaaa af haaoa, io i laa 1 dtbi rj-Al
w'!l of France. The people tv??, : taajjbl '.o ho?BM
that thair piopsrty w? in diafM ?f lutiaatiaa by
8 . i" -? . y fio incoadla ti of tbi ?TaooUaa, i?y a
II is. a*] ???-.. --y l.'i ? Btrift'i v ?'. ">? " I
a-ti p.-e-d ,.T.t? Maka mo kafarar*" pa;d tbi littli
Napoleon. " Y'i'i shall roto. All who v*oti ye? shall
have nie?a Bonaparte. All who . ?'.- u iy WMam fal I
.' thl !..:'.? if Yahoos, !i*iv:::;r WtAt I MB*'
Tboiaaa waa baal served Napoleoa in L;? MMfH
ig__it libnty wan l_m tif 1 itt ebbb beb
b1 unored for 11 |W A' ?JBI-S, a:? 1 i ? ! 1- ? ! th 1* li'ior^y
ooulii only bo ?trMg in tho agony of its e.Ad'jtiii?.
Tho mon who best nerve lbs si.?'...* iatMMt BOW tun
thl? who wish a Tiger Folley m \ni?*ri* t. The h^art
of th;s nation d te.? not yoani for blood We can **?
li OBI war that it wai foigh: wita nior.'y, au i M*
lowod bf -UWaaafaaity, aad *ha' 1. ? a;an has been
9 ? a .
liti part Maa anted Rebel loldisr. Thofaa*
pie of the Booth won IdBatodi their labat cj lei
blooi?had The question is not now whether fh.*y shall
beti ?' I ? -fin, but, tah.?'.!. ? :ap?taf thjm. aioy??!
. ' lamrlagparti . rmUtedtoexei luflhi
[leg ' 1 ??.h:?!; they f ne: t We w:s!i t'l.tna
- ' ?. ma:;. We do BOt WBOt I I'll of Li cot
? -'.a!!i of !:;? I g?r-. UM rfl dM-B Km him
penco and prosperity, and tr:?'. ti ? Oh I will BBBB
? ..*. BT&'wayii aapniaUy from Um lia afn
.. Wi dwh ? f :' ??'.!, thj
. ? flagf rail, tub uALmr r^s ah. They aiu
tii'?:il:!t? ? --?'?- Badi I] ; la t-??at thom a.?
in?..!. Wi ni ?', ? :. ?' * -a of ?color ? n? To
the loyalist, white? or bia?'?. Ma ,
ia I fraternity?t'f tie Rebel, whtta M black, the ha^d
of ::: t^' l^d tt '?' "?. 0 --. ''.cauoaly
-. ' when it BMBM J ?ti?, nu?; ey, ?jieaco, uni
-1 ?ltFrage and uuiver*?al BB?MBt/? Tho-ie waa
tooxa ?'? it t;g-?r? utd raara r 1 lan aal of ths
tr M pal . . BO I -MM] I B ?'- s;?e ?'. foi it
Mr. .I. -.. '?.? if li. I. has ag?;n npUCld a bill to
I \Ittoaal system of | '? ? I? ? la ctuMof
lliukruptcy, ahloh Will BOOM Bf ?n order next Tun
day, when wo truit it will be BOO?id?ll aul p?s*i4.
iTI ? Mbjoot i."s bean b1 bo Abb t'y debated aad Mr.
Jeii'kes has evinced groat patience and assiduity
1- .vol. u abilitv ia re-rising aul adapting {ho
m ? nan *o tLe oxactmg demardt of tlw
BOBBB. I? a linajon'y ?..?:.:. t now Lo abad,
it Will be -uiply aud nakedly oeoauin? mere than nail
in? House is avorso to passing aV.y bill a* ill. IsSt?
thl WMBl b.? kCfwa ?1 tt? '-'ir rtunato? whs
aro ground to the earth by tho pressure of debts which
thiiy cm never discharge, and which K_I only bl foed
?hor.'vongo of tho 8hyb?cks who hold on to their
.-: liffliliki grin Doath. It' fth bflb oanao* p_.ii,
none eau; aud it isidlo to t:y agan. We pray ivory
liberal, haS_MM Representative IB BB punctually
M hand next Tuesday.
PO-d-dj it did not occur U tho Fiei.dout thal bia
arguaient* tor keeping Colorado out of " the I'm an "
were equally good for keening tSouth Carolina
out, though we do not pi?;.>?? 11 t!a;m t!.mi. as any
IBBM-t-al part of our argument. Tho President say*
that, "uudortho oxUiug Terr.tarial (Jrovernmout,
all the rights, privileges au 1 interests of the oitina*
are prot?3ct*?d and socured; the qualified voters choon
their own Legislature and local officers. ?4 " In thi?
proposed sovereign State Governments of tiouth Csro
lina, we havo, oa tiio oontrary, grave doubts wlsthor
the rights of citizens would be prote?*ted and secured
*? It is not satisfactorily (wtabhshed," oaj? the Prni
dent, "that a majority of theci?en? cf Colorado do
sire or aro prepired for an eichange of 1 Territorial
for a State Government. ' So, too, with a majority
of the loyal citizens of the Rebol States on the ques?
tion of giviug Congrosii'.nal power to our redefiant
enemies. AU of Mr. Johnaon's objections to
giving Colorado's 30,0)0 loyalist repreaontation in
the National Council* wei?h equally well agaiiut
granting to South Carolina* " rocons-nietod" a pawer
equal to tli_t of ?on*!, of. Iks patriutiu St?tn Nut-?.

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