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PRICE FOtU CENTS
FROM WASHINGTON
01 li SPECIAL DISPATCHES :
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utter woeetof theil tinea. Fry will im ka ealei t.i
?b4 tu> hn'tiUfitii? -irf bia ohotiTt and i
k.ing will bara thotaooewhieh
tu-ry ft . . r of the li it v.11
?av.?ton etaanonotiatieo that they were tnaltfWioi
and friTOOras. TI.. ? ,i:.n..l ot fraud
?ni il pool pal on trie], io4 ita enmanto end
enenogi ti will get gil ettedbj tin \u iU< j dgmanl If no1
I.j tba i ?-man.
THE lRLMliE.VT <,OES To MJK iJ(E BJ. UK".
fieeiilenl Inhperai tu ilej imia owl lo BDfoi Baringa,
;he residence of tba Blaii family, wHbwheat ba ipenl
ile loy?
THAT bHHAM?MfSICAI. Ft MK.ATIO.V.
Tl.i Kalina v,u ; bat aj ni renolred ortati lo bold
ti.eii..- Maa, oo) Monderjnight, toroneraoode
?o tue l'a salent, who de-ires to make mitlboi ?pi ech Li
Bofkoooef btoMpooVj.'1 The bondi will then, under the
?utj'.i ? ? ? ? ? Oaaoa>Boiion Ctah : to <hn
dj 'iii tba other Johi.sf'ii Club . ba Botched
to the reeideneea of tin rarioui Beeieaariee, from
?Lorn tfOaoboa w:il ,i: K'ij.j.nri
jf the anana ' jioluy." It i= not lik.-h IbOJ will he ini.th
enatifnd aftei taorang the wh-te Hooao, ai Becretoiy Bow.
ard .? ? :? t.ry UeC Uocb doea DOt make
Mariai Hadnn, Deaniaon, Bpoed tod
itiiLtoii an oot kettored I attirai; keppy i-ij1'
. matte.s. lu Bo t, o?i Bberaof t ? ?
.: it h to ?moke thone laal oot thal t.*
iiade ?.. < teil.
?LtRK* WHHAKGED FR'M TH1 TKP.\.s; g1 IiMUtT
MK*T.
k?> l?Vaal "rder pOBtOfdo* Uroatod I
I '. D , loi 1 BOJ
. . ? talga enmono! .'t -
I U Ihoj badi ;
.h t!:' ir plu ? - of tin
' ?.-. It i- well knoi
are beeu made OB
Q itblie of Ketif.nk II I '
meut ?? the only oue ?Lote h'K.k? thooj the aonointntant
Bfeg*Sehnh)ef boahoonm -Mut* Lntbe
Ki kel h: my.
IMMOTI DI8( HAKi.KD FR'iM TUE ITATl l'KIAKI
I ba neonl discharge! o? atada In tlie Tfeoonrj i H
mtmt, etona Ute <n"e<>t June 30. The Department wuk
Iheenaghfy anoeoeoi ? ?hurt time ?mee, ?tau >u eetoebaa
?l?t-e<l under three headt: bdlnonajaJHo, n.tenneil'at
?ml nnompetcnt. In thit latter ela??, elm fly, Ihoaienfhtei
ia? boni made. Thore are orer 300 more a?go?OOJi 000000
tli?iii are found Rebel Johuionite? aud UadicaU Th? ot>
'icnchment.
KLORAL EXHIBITION.
A meeting of the Horticulturists and othert mtweited
mt..i ealtiration of flower* wat held here ou Saturday
emu.,., ?ben it was decided to give a Floral exhibition
? tMt ojty early in June.
rxion BBMAIgS.
Tu? rei?jiua of Col. Lewit V. Quackeubuth, of the
Mb ?ichyau Infautry, killed in the aeren dayl battle? in
heit of K-eumocd. hate been identified, and forwarded,
ttd tent to bia fneuda in Michigan. Over AOOO bod.es
nave if;u uleutemd afid tincad ia tba JigUOLoI Cece
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? week. The ou'.y twoiiU'Htioi.s
1 ? Aebati i m ri nely . re la Uti
rhich i i -
Ti ?'Ki' Stereni ? l>
t I ? ? ii nM wanting Iba lau Badi is;<'.
thal itiffraf ? i to the
Boutin - I not baa*]
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NATl'NAT. I ASK I. : UU IX I .
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and weir i bj lo
ooming ent. He i j
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oj !? property-bo ed t<?
I.,- c ..UM - U ith ..ii!. '.(-ii
fairnea? i it ?..- add?. 1? ii og ti e
f ma tn atmi
ni.ii-. . tiblyincreased In aom< portii lof tha
>ta*c i ?? Irytmeed to the Tery considerable
fon ' . ind to ti
Bant "ii Um . u noa agitating otu
<; rerni '. It vi ned by the loyal reaideutal
iwithilra-.viii el the trofij.- from the interior will be followed
by a ich hen.:? toward tha bwedmea, aad that theil
i rneltii ? will loon at ?? t.. the anny
: ? ? . ii ti.i s then '
ry way loyal ni 1 commendable. Ant i
:h mc ?ill re (t to id li
. . h\.-.il .t. 'lI... same knfl te
: tuen to lab >i will op rat* to auk? ti.i in
faithful tothi ? . In this Stat? the MU "i vafea
ha? ii1 I aither aa to tha maximum oi minimum
from thi? office. Undec aneh arrange
and fl?nai ra ofTaxaa bare pat la large
i corn, cotton, and wheat; ;ii:.| I bare beard
the opinion ' - i ??!..:. i
an i t mon cotton will !??? made than waa erer made in
re. The health of the 8tate ia good. Ha
fl iniiabing, there being iv!
dsyacbooU, I id 19 Sunday school?, with
iit?iul attendance of2,831< bil Iran and 1,760adulta. Beeide
an l- oi '-.'ii priTati i be frei ihnen i
achooli in many parta ol the BtaU arepeseirely accepted,
hihI in man] I wi Icomi d. They
en ?? bolly eelfauitaiuing.
THAOCUB riCKITflOl ?OUTB?MM lAOAOAM.
At i'.. recent convention ol Presidents and Superin
tendS ? i and iteambonl linea between Balli
more and Ken Orleans, held al Richmond, II
thatthrongl rraedtofrom New-Orieans, Mo?
bile, '. | '., .. I Augusta '? I:
Bali more. Philadelphia and Ke? \'<-iw ..n
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11. -? Tenm sax ? rontcs. A ej it m of thru gh
cheeki (rom New?York to New-Orleans and intermediate
(?oiijt- ?
Al??' i (MUK- IV TU DtPAHMnn.
ii a of ]j caned
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ployed. 1 hi
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M naTy
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; ed rit i that I? , rtu ? : t, 186 w< re in thi i nion army.
i.i Depart?
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i on irmy. All, be ears, hare takes the
, tionnrez] ition. In thi
l> . re41,of w! i leren ?erred In ti."
i ? ? tal exhib U ? tot J et Hi dei
, rhom 2j6 i?ainlj ?erred in the Onion kimi ai i ? few la
l,. navy. Thu Postmaster-Oeneral and the Secretaries
. My thal a employa? bara ?erred In the
1 Confed?rate aervioe. The War and Treaanrj Depart
; barn not yet lesponded to the itaolalloa vi tin Boan?,
I hr Killi, lilli. - of Kauiialissa < ariou? ' P?li
cj'' -l'irgfwl? I aiom-iu 1st Wa.hiaflen?
I ?piiiinrr>tri.rHiiil.liir)nin Jill. Untts's
UcaltSi-.riasa Me*tia| ?? AJeaeaslr.a-Pal
r.oii. Pstl-Oaite Am.? h.? al Hubinoml A
Relgienn flchlitat.
?r?B Our 8p*cUl ConMpoDdmt.
WAMnaJMst M.iy I", tf<6?.
A dclegatiou from the Republii-un Union Ontml
rommittre of Virginia bsve to day been callinK ui>od many of
the prottnneiit members of ('oogresH, heads of Depnrtuionts.
?ud political loaders here. ISTiog before them the difficulties
which the partyhaTe to sut mount, and the perjieiil? with
which tins tlsmtnt is surrounded bj tbe spj.olntir.e t to | ? i
of a class ot milk-and-water men, who, thontrh attached to the
interests ol the loyal 1'ulou men preriooi to goisg into othue.
immediately on entering opor. their public duties desert It?
j atme, aanKJ??'.t. w ti tin utnret?iUc clan wla?li cloeata
lodoncoiiaati tooti ... booeonoaJsOOoVaBOei
of r< ?i-e-1 Cn I'm - deni Joi
Ino*toiiooantthm thooobtgta cury favor ?;th : I ?
naniliee, lahordlaatei ara selected waota only reeetn.
t cn la ' i .- ' ? tka Bebo) in ;. ai i 11 m ; nion tuen
were tee flrat to enflai y Um depones? a el I sBen I i ? n
cene noenteataaaoai seingiweea^Baajof
neat ?? i ibahH open i
Ihl .1 ? ihil itteei if facts ar.il iJK'urei vtiy toi.i'ukively flow
lill thenld the (leiaiasteal strl Hy oikoto le ike ;
g its ? iLin ten I'l.n h 11!.ii - iii? R<.
ITntoo i nttj ta Virgil awi sd la U I ai ti pesttiee]
eenreeetei U ij t baarj oonnt far tka cooee el Bath end Jee>
tice.
.;? i ??! .:? f i ot 11 ' '?> I an I Indge [rndorwood
thel Irginta Btote I ? tri whs on 11 ii
ko* ni leal oanrthd law shall
aare 1 I it-t* Darte w? aenttnon to onjei kia
Fart* ? .v roi Bttl (bo nant ?dttioej of too Coori
iii Dot i b1 er.
TLeei|ire>-' f< . rat and approl itl I of the
ed Calef-J Met eery i k cheered ita del .
: - '? i : : ' a wen on bum i .j l.t> ibal ?
Jed ead I ? ?? ? to skew eesN rery eheneteriatta
? leal bj anonyme.? wr.tw?, i Jj. ? J. ,
snaleso 1 ? . i :. Ino 81 ian 11 Iga Cadet
?eod-: reeein Ifroa Lyookborg, atan signed
with O ietitiou UBI ' '.I OOt 'I IhO port?! thinking he
recognised tka kaodwritiag, ?j of the lafeeaeien that o mom
I i r i f t! i .i gal pr< ron a hi tbot eBy wrri It In tLe course
of the day's rialto, tkefacl ??" dentleped tkel the itorl^n
g health of Jeff. Darla an greatly ri tggn i ? l
,.\..\ ;le Burbot aflhtdOj and erery
:..- I ? to ? wed m
kB root*-- :\U?. Uti wife '? ?^??' allowed unrt
?trioied aaeofitatlnn wit:, kia. and with the bal'i y breeze? of
? i 11 ii i ? r! - -,i Btton k oat B i toUeoe and 1
h si ??? s i bM kam the pol Be I atti ? ??
'i:.. ??/.?i Senator Botanof and fleo. Batta!
i oir?Viagandlaliieallog i'- grnpl i Baot intoefadhtralo
? \ Irgii..- ecte listel d te with en indtkoadrtee
?tendered a nepi m waa cheer] g and eenoehng hi Banwhe
?oi:i : naiof terang* bo f<ry Ihrnnnea el Rebe) ti.umib.
, ' ; ? tdi | :, i kj d - peat] on ai t | ki igki
I blood cooaga, atlfl they eoMldered It tka pienoot of insular
orgaoiaed iioreBloon ard ney pcoflaied ai ry naktann
, Deeeseary to et'Bptete and carry oat theil porteen. A mat ?
ratil ? ? ? , adria, IB ci?t if Be
1 weah, when Ike flrat talent of ti.' oonntry will boyreeoat, and
? ' ? I . ! . t ti ?? I. ;. '
Mr. 1. Vfardwi 111 !:;. kowad I
?? .il ri bi i v. .- ? B| Ba for a fei
i of no I lory !<?
Btate.
The POataaastar '?> ? ral bat !? ki i '. i ai li?e witt '?.
th< : .!?? i.?',i-...'.. kssoad, betweea ike Poet-Office clerk?
. . sa B ?"ii?? Ike
noi o.' the i
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Ii antli -, silo lef ? ,.. : d t an ?i
prlateseri ? b I 11
Ii; t ? end, en r Um v- in - i f Ci ifederat? seJdien I ?
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Son. Tnratr, i loft irld
. ? .i. koa seen directed I ? ? >t kta peat f r
i | ? ? .: . ? irlaoro'aatarlli
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oin g with Uti Booti wa Mis. ? I i An
(?riela gmti?, and .- Ike icheota aiid
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1 oki Uti, I! > vi ! ? yu ..l i ff. and
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i n..i.,I.
TO? < tu roi f < lii.l.nn..
Caine] san I foi N I i>
Waoui . Crrr,D. I Ma< II land
i . '? w ?1 onie .. ??; um I. ,?!.
\ ? 'i 11 ei '.o Ita ? ?ra
I rta: ?a? a? rig rd?
rki kata ama
sr tka owomBoB el ? sute, iwr
ie ead j
la lae Oi ??-ra '
t'..?
I . ? ii at? ti.i? tat beaa
onad .??? ? i f. r i .... ; i- ??? i a* It |Toet B
Ibeir relierai ead li | their
p niit
i kwc. M liai r arel renn
, . ii i Courti ?? ??? 'a?lr
' i...ii h..m 1.1. Aiuit'f ur nsBkta?at i? aa arpfcen fund
m | pi. i unit ii by law ' i : v\. '.t f i .... pirpoM I Bl ie
before UM
war a ecbool a ? I ? uaa-ti
? - i. id to
biak wan oa?
rer, toi fort
' '-??'? . .id ae
ih li Bia i?"
I 1'ark
tre?ty
Ckar
? .: murd mu? i ia para them
i them
?I of Ike Weati n. Stale?, we
? ! ? , thy. Ia ilial
?- o
a made np i I ? oue
Ol the I- ? . ? ? i t 1 .i.iiaJge.
ni i ! 11 nxr-ertTi n?o,
I karo said tkat foi ikelr i..i? boro been u?*d
loleli for | i ? is the seem of i herokea
. / ? i ? M-ti-, of panpei ling that baa
? at.d ?). .i li ih stately i* i
?li..:.. . . ' . ? ' Ide lu lian Badi i? I
..III r..ii(rh llif i
i ..r.|- ef trader? a d ? oatt u t .r?, wa? cheeked bj a wita i^ncr
It tte Cherokee Natkw 1 ..i '< jem- .li.l.n lima lia? been a |
. iiriiu.irient k ii li i In the Cherokee Bat loo i for IO reare Its ekM
1 ere catire offiear. Cadet hu wi?e rale bl? peuple gre? tatt
I funtniiiinar. 'Ile sebooh aa4aeialaariea ware built. Couti
it. i,ted and Bald. Siaverv, iv is true, waa introduced by the
Inflaeoos ead power ol iiitnl Stati? agent?, ami, altlmugh
i Mr. Bob Batporlesd with the erfl, aad nae a potiltoioa made
tbo beet aaeettke ooaflletlag eleaeata. tka ben evid?nce of
I...?- he rehiiT feit, i? tka !.'?t tka! a aarabar ed eaergetle aatV
? Rlarery Diaaloaartes foaad theil tkeltei aader bia aatkority,
'Iii polity of the t'kerokeei v,tu sconoaieal. Tbs salary?!
thel lacteal Chief waa #*J0? AaabtoatCble? t300i Ifatioaal
! Treaaarer, OHOi EieeotlreCoaaselon aad WnaeaoaiBlliao
f.'I'trday, Jadge, #3 j.er day, or |j ?i ?,er annum, while any
iM.inr gut tem, Ai-.
A THE ii V ?El t>.
Thirty years afr<> a feud Itrew ti|> lu tween the Cherokee? in
reference tt a treaty, one party taberad (onthey were in
??all minority,' to dinrupt the OotiriBOlt At one time,
President Peu recoBBMnded It, nadei cartela laflaeaetvbat
' it ?ki im uni' ii, aad the Mattoe settled down aaietly aaane
' the treaty ol len at,d WON in a piosperous cnuditiuu before
the wur. '
THE CIMAM ASH TO. W\B
W <n the war bruto out ioo?t a! tin- hahf-kCCOda went heart
! Hy laB It Ike? were pre-Bhtrery f re-eeasra geaarally. Mr.
' l?tM (who*? wife, a I'biladeliihbi lady, wni an iintiSl.mry
| ?minni/ waa sMpeeted, and 'host who had niTsr kean able te
' laaettte his power hoped to do so by tbe rebelltoa. It is need
? less tu recall lill the ?trufrir'es el dlplumaey. The t'nited
Mitet (Jiivrrniiii ii', that wau B ptOBOl thom by its treaties,
, sbaadenad tka pone B their eoaatry end taft their people to
1 the pow?r ef the Kehei?. Cadet Ihsiaa aiiwaasatadtaes, a secret
| I n.on Leageewas firmed aaaang the Cherokee?, called the
' " I ne Indiana." L'uik did Mr. li"?i rethte nil thrent? and
i orerBro* Braaaasanth aflw Iks dtaesBeon battle ni Wii
' Huns I ri, h, uml the disBiaj that event Bat to the heurte of all
j the dal? i men in the Heath Weat, .Mr Roes h rate lo Mr. Tile
linn ih t lined t" i ne aaytklag B de with the Beoeta Bat the
slnraatire aeoa beeaaneaoot arraageateat with ihem or de?
ni , end aa Bob npreoentod three fourthi al I'snt, of
; Um people, the Rebels wer? Bo i aoi i '" ire.it w ih i.ini B li?
t< n to the laportBolagi of sneh nn-u as ijuuduuite, licudmot,
' m I'..nu.,iii.
i I.I I "1,1! l.OVAI.IY.
Witt in tea Booti - of thal i;. and tka booboI the Caiee
: amy i ?" i ?-- al theta, tka ^r<-.?t mun sftho
o yatton threw it-, if, with ItaGoreratseot ree.Til?.
and John Ila s, Us Chief, lan thorak? army. The Chief?
ti. i, ?erred ?'? i thraa/eaiaeaprrrati.Hera ia the war foe
iki i :. h -i one of then serrad 19 snaette B it m the
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-i i.Mi i ? ;s nu WAB.
II an ? , .:.t. ii ao l whleb han
theCherokei Nation, nambi i log
D tb< I i I'-rnl army
.?-i .ie in Um
i ? di r.ii i i. go. i - ? i killed lo be:?e a? a 111 M brand by ti s
I n ((.rily, ki pt itei than th it of the ?nhill M Iro'n loy State, for
they wen tbej Baiataiaed tht.r awi
, Uorerameai In Pet Batloa, by It?
rolontai \ .?? ; uni on litionally a 1 bay h?ut
ward pasted aa act diaqoalifyinf from offic? rutuatary Rakeat
' who remained ao afin tka data al a preoBmolBa than issued.
1 ko] al-o |ia#?p.| ,-, aoattai attoa Bw, asid t'ir.i'iiih that Ion? and
dai ii StracgBdi rote,! the whole of their ?nergie? aud property
to the wui lit the Ci lea,
Tilt ri\y OF TRUE.
And here I must ndrert to ainmatatam is wi.ieh makes their
I.?Bt.irT p uiiluluriil Btswtaittasj, Wl.en Ide (i.iyuiein of Intern!
due the Indi?: ? wa? BSaroa?Ood durnifr the war, mi inyitntinn
1stoeVredtocepiditr. which eapidity rarely raiaat. Cadet
pBa Of sui'p yin?- the destitute the Interest of tho Indian fuDil?
wa? doled thioiigh the Lands af aee?BtIlSJI m a 1 ishioti In
which, if it um-ii'.tunis thr pabUekj ?falea^ltnrittte^tBa,
win ?tart.e Um ?uii l with ii? naatoef btjFasar. Nor was it a
j small affair. A company BaeOBaOBg BO small decree of enter?
prise waa organired. their ?riit,.? urti, le? of agreement
aetuna forth ?peiitioHily that a portion of the profit? WON do
Slgaad,for ?? parties not named in the?? artilles. The eortap?
tion Involved I need nut partiotil\rue ktrt, ?ufticeit to say that
it com pro m ned the UgBBl oil. lal?, ?gainst whom there I?
iridsmee. Ami that while tka Cherokee Legislature waa per?
ii.i mini; Um p m mt io ?ern i of abolUkiag Slarery w Inch wa?
' ?if-na'i/ed m lui I hlir 01 in an editorial " i he Cherokee
| Trail.' and setting- aa rumple to theOontraaeat, they haoto
? bo r 'd in serip, while \umpire? of lontrai i. n were eating up
their labetaaec Nur war this the eely srO, A dinir wa?
opened by whkh the w!...ii l Utyof ti.? Ckerekea nation Waa
to be overset. Iiirf.iLc!? were B BO u?ed, ?? m iho ea-e uf
other lidian*. B ja .pet.se tar and n'h' ilsys of tneir suffer?
ing? alni ie it us Umm laBWStli g aad kaiahm j*opl* were to
be turmd u?t to the tender men.e? of sol:!??? contractors.
It B teed:tn to tay liai um? who gtt ...t.. fiaguiuh
' t On
with thal di p?rimant ? f tha pul hi i baaa
ed tor their erU practice? betta? system renaiaa aa
' or if 11 ytkieg nm ii ?? ? ti sea arba ee?M
afford to i-tv b I ??b < rt ? .1 aad a united State? Senator
I ,ol , - gl( -.? nu r li ' dOSjM bud
plenty i I ?groe? , rttha M
rspreaentatii a han bota*] ? i ? ! ia I to :
I --MUT.
It soon hecsm? er.dt i.t tu llosa wha laalra te ?'"p the
wealth of the I ? Kal Um ia their gi I iel ?ki i
itton wat aa object.t be deal ' I hi later
retina gc?< li ? kfaraaaB mid
nu . ?ti teem?? si \> ? iti - ?ad Clay.
, real ai i gi 4 vere to..
ie deToted tfana
to tli a al itn wbe seemed M tx a Waga? rofpres?
ana
rwrirtj u
Itateai ' ? an ralneal parti -.
ti1 n . .. ? sa their protect? - ? i' o work to I ml
. ? ?bing i-i!.tery to
i kargt ibem wi ? g ten Rebels Cor mai lag the ???
\ traca tha io >? raw i ; had n U
r.,t ita ? :. ' ? ken thi I - i n ? ? d thal they
barartoiatedtheir*'treaijrights. D ? itmadei
to ?" '1 I'
Ibeir temporary alliance with then si I ted ipwith aada
i. lu !-. i, . t. i til his i?, i i l.. : J lined oat
John Ruse went to Washiutoa and present* tai ?? leaflet
. : ti... treen ihei lad ti ? ti ? with ;i ?? si my and a >? rt
. K- ii ead red I ttretj
satisfied .???.. sr thi i<*alcopy of that treaty I? bi
? ii? ii :: .. R| iraond Bo i I I the eitirts el
those lew] ? .??.?.-..?.. ? ..- ti : tbete i.pie
The Rebel Cherokee? fe'tai la di - i ? i led
Igbtingtbei ?ni J the eleee el the war end who
? > > ? , .. ?. ..\ ?! ..t t' ft pare i >t ? : 'Pfad, *ic teal
foraadbroui iwWsjhin ion, aid treated will Hiiro aa?
it ion I hi e li ? ted lof the Cher
okeepeoplt II Bsndlaot the delegttt lo the Rebel Cuagrtti
at I. 11 cm..; i.ii Ltes fraely through the departmeata. It ii
f.. .id that '?better toi ..... t ? get eat or them.' Bating
tkeir own Governmew like all apeatatee I ?j eagerly lulen to
propot itUa* t< raia tai r ei oin aad taj uko the wanton to
Let the child be aeitber mini ii..r tiune. hut divide
it.
n cn ma.
A pr., ? oner? of
ii -I.m. ai' 1rs tod - pi the Cherokee aal
' , .-ii i landa and
t!.. r fur Is. Si i Ii pitched fa< '.
and the Cherokee? aA< i ? kilara to marni i i
Integrity of thi I < .< mt taloa ure to hai? then u?n Gcreca
?ei t ?..->r1.1 tcO.
In order to ace? ii:?h this agei ?j and oil er parties, not the
friend? of I be Cherokee? area thal t "t II ?possible for
i ea to lire logethi i. arg nanti ana caasa at
leaata? ?Tery Rebel Stale i ndcr inch eli ia
it ai cet and on t'<> deni d of the Indian Department, Uc
i berakee re pre?? tatlrei bert lobmltti I a imposition to
repeal tkeir i ? ?? I - i i t" 11 rall
toe Kobi beck will their completa rigbta, aad nu?
lla i iaea the Itoeei ti laki ? et ;t
? t good Ititi 11'y i ftcr to tell the GoreraoMBl
e.|rM i act I re*
- i f a ' ?cb kitti ; iMa <>f
g ? ?? | . !?'...
i ? < . i.ffi r lo ted the aautral aadi i : tarma at* the Go?
??rim.11.;. TbeyfU ?newer la a demand ?gree to gtre rlgkti
ol way ai d de| t arge
thal li , Mad I id an to be giren toral >ad compt?tes it
? ? . ? ? i
i ? ? rea ?gree to let these of t ? r ha i wl
? te g . ir..:<- diatriel lo do sa Lu:
I tion I
?tatton i ' ? lake Into thi ir
da or i ? mott of t!.- b
. - K UM - ai d i. | i. . ? ip ti Ml tribei
??"??? . ! ? -? ii..: I wai
lhere sei i to be bo di?) iBy mme lu
d. ii ? nut of paupi .i . t1. t , ? ? [ort,
.> uti i - maa ?;
I ?der 1' ' ?" ? -
1 h. k li' i li. ? ., , lit m. I
?ilciil, their I t held. ... DDCBt
... i- .... ? ed bell
rra.nt? . ... i'M lb?
l'r? i Mi : t ?-'ur? er. I that n I
di .? arked in ?!?. i laeut may
ladead ti..?* 4slri?i? ? b . ? , itiUted
Keb*! asdrr?, ?getting lb? loyalmaaai
(her.ke- Nala power briagastnmv
en. e cn ' igt. ???'!.? "... i ? '? i
bauer* .i' ri?ientof
Chi i. k?i ? ' . men for three
f. irte? i'f a eectary, wlil be ; 1? I auder the feet
, y bare ?erred sa taithraliy.
X\Xl.\n.T()N(iKfc>S.
i ir>r si>m<>n.
BOUSE m UCFRESENTATn l v
\v A-HIV..ION. Hatarday \U) If Han.
?
The Steak ia pn roa the Praaateat,
in 'In. House ii m lotion
ot ?in . -i . r , I lory ..i ib* Navy,
i foal anac? ei fieaetaJ, a? to
t.'.e ??< . t their l>. ? artmi ota and
? ' ' mi i Ki ?ni ..m... -. l..n?i aa
? ? le.
1'i.Kui oa aaooaaf aire noa.
TbeSnuii ?d that, by orden of* tti.. iiou?e,
in! mi i a ildI Border ti I ?? i i epl sV bat? ontho
Pttaidenl i ? c, ni I ?iiiituittn nf the Wh.-??
Mr Mount N V took the a i
tie ? i| ? ..f ;.. Bstrnctloa li might well lie, In?
ili'H :l>t, that the J mt (*omuiittee on Ki ? ilrnctioa waa
m h nf ti ?? ? .t- .?.,?. , ,,i | i I- r
f. ? i ? . 111.11 ?. pata r. n
. h -..
concord. A thal thoM
? tha irrowt'i
? ?? M., li !.. 'i ring fin ?ii the : lOrtiii
! ni Um -i'ceiitl) telloii trni ol Ut*^ii..ib r pli
lu UM down the fcUowing peopaaltUaai and wpporied
thet/l by ?rt'lliiclit:
I. The Incid? ata eena* '"I with Iba n ? ttd Iba boath
crn Stale? had ii M tsaaaan abridged 'le powefB or Iheju
i. ? ?if ? f the United S'ute?. ?
o | ;. . reaUhad ?? itioaa of the re.
?li'.i- fleneral ?orernmeaa,and L..d
?tin ti.l aome of ti r rigbta.
i Thi :? ttionil .- ' bal gi d. nnd Mu- r.w-'iM thus atVcit
ei|. cit. be n ?ton I le tkv m mab i onlj I j thi k |Labi In
in acbeaof t U sent.
4. Theee reUtioni and tbeae richu should be rosfori?d
.i- ipi i dill at lh< -Mi recta "t all ina partiet ecnearm d ? ?li
permit To reatota the Hoatbcra Btataa to theil korata]
condition n.th" .t any n tti cti>.i.v wo ildba bi 11 to maka
lind on betwi ea rirl i and ri a, won I b'-1 anti irj
lo aawt atUnl hi i enfiel wita aaalccy, rapngnai ttolustice,
a' 1 in oppocHUa to tb' leach aga of the Ball
platform ti., repeated and naM-knowa aentlmenta of I
tin. prisent Exacalira of the latkia, ti bli pfadeeeaaofj |
n. d of both baiaebea ti Ouagraaa. Be rijr.inlt?i i
it aa of little* u.? ii.ci.t ? bi tin r tha QoTemmcnU I
it tiie alcrwn Mafga ataa atamMared a< dean aaanended I
Og only d'Taiiired. >>r whether they ?ere I reatad M la or
out of the l'iiioii; f.>r iu either rica n ntjaiiad later?
?o-.tint.i re taatraat, rentero or resum? t thank Ke
i ? ?.?.(ruction was the !..iiural Brail of tin? hUwcOloB,
aad if tin-frmt wa? Mttaf it ?-as to bo ottrib: t.aj lo Ki
wlcbed planting and lu moat paraictona enltnie. Bacon
?traction inrtajred aoch weighty inUraeta that ao tVseire,
be it ever m worthy, for u ?peedy WatOfflHoa WOOld ju-t;i'y
a Batftflaiof tliem. Wliat, lie a-k? d, ?oild thu rt- ! ?? 1 -
bara exacted bud tiny been tboeoaqaetofi ' Aad ?iionid
mi. ti Doaaniraton be received back with aawnahed banda
Mt dripping with the blood of the loyal lUial If tiny
???re, poatcritr uud the mirerai would atoaoaaei ibu
Thirtr-aiatb Daagtaaa a? bMaaasaaa us laabecUa, Ha
woulJ compel thaiwballioaa UbahiUnU of the eaeraa Stab ?
to BfoAeet the loyal men within their bortjML waadd re?
faire tbern to ?'iid loyal men to Dwigiaaa wonld axel ida
every traitor educated at the axpaaac of lae liovertiiiient,
oi ana bid bald moline under :t and ?oii^ht it-? orer
tiirow, BraalfratbahBag swaaalteaaof tmataadai thu
(?overmnent, or ever Biaralatag the elective fracc!ii?e.
Ile would do thi? if ?f took au army if two B?lttOM Oi
?i.d latta babngdoaa, tha trartora fin.ui.I ?till thank
Qod and an mdulc'iut K. pabtte that thi ir e.it.ditionii were
Maa M eily.
Mr. I'attikson x. n.) wa? the aaxsapaakar. HaaaU
tll.lt tilO uble ad protracted debate lil t lie II'.iim' iii.d
Senate oa Iba w?rjeet of BaianatraTtitri bad beca of aa
extraordinary el eraeter, inrolrlag rargely Iba Brat tratha
in political 'l'l-il ,'i'hy, and recalling rather the eoUmn
ead earneet dUcuHiun In the Coan athia of 1747, than tha
t ireni c ancoantea of an nrdiunry Coagiaaa. 'i be peopU
? i the whole countr] I I foil iwi I tfa m di batea fr ra day
t..ii iv with a arofi ia l tea.i the ran b ii l at./
of the priai ipi -. ? ed ia the I Bo| ireroi b m
difficnli 'im ition bud ever pi rpUxi lalcgi lative maeiulilj
Pri.\ ide ice had Ircd on C a the Uah of per
, ? nating the Kepal Iii and laanrii g ti Ubi rtj aa l ael
rare ol in i .'.ure pi ? il it' m in Uiia and future genei
Poeb riti w. al i bel I tala Con atable foi ihi
improromenl ol thie splendid opportnnitj of eirll
liberty. It w.ic the otTapring of the aga, lad
bad beea brough! to btith in tin ?< ? timea amid
the aaach and aanay of revolution, tor tha realiaa
tioii of grind ?ni baa ali liol parpoaea ii tha Biri a
eeoaoasr. The btacbiareQUn dogma of the "ninety
daya" pniloeofhar, that it aultatad aal ?Ltther ur boa
Congreaa aetea in thean anaaltlad and pgaaaaat times, was
daogerotia teaching. I? paita k too largely of ? eemlity
blind to peril and oblivious of principle, and which dn ided
beingJoatlcd Baaa it? boeasnaw aaaa by the ?nock ed con
Unding partiea. In this transition period, wlieu n in i -'uki
might be fatal io liberty, tha lum.io would no1 be Ulled
Uto eternity hy aay Cuecen form of s|>eceh; nor would
lb. y Ion? submit in patience to the narrow ambition and
uniliinkiuir zeal winch attributed to a aaaat aa af tem
porary poney tha latperUa.f taaaanal principle?, and
mi al Iba pai iiiaaaaji aalikia nf thceomtry upon u per
sotial triuuilih. They dtii.andel u.-e, bal decisive action.
m.d li Id :n in-i!ib\ coi. laang! "Uiile dialectic? and musty
precedent? winch there wn? no power to enforce. JrMicc
and public safety acia to Iheaj the naturul sud supreme
law, and by ilieiu tbo work of Oaagnai woull be tested.
They would never coi.?? ut that Coegieaaahoold put liberty
to ileeji upon any prociintean bed mude by the Batanan,
much waa it ran gie it In the eaat-oB gannonti "i Ita awi
childhood, Ann i ata libertj beingeqaality batata the law
and the protection al p moa and property. Bo omaaatea
tioa wa?, complete thi ' did lol Meara mat iinmiry rights
to the tri.d:i.i h. Botbing teat a ii tat uy pabllc oiiin
lon or accord with the ?tnrit of the amended Conatltutlon.
PoUtUal bereay theaVd be eat ?aad from place? af j>o?er,
aad never agsin (.-(m?i i :, Matter iu poiaon ula the
fonauina ol ii?r.-.aii m. it ?-^ ian liatnUatdUtnteof
Ugaljaatici and i?o itn.i? | ra?aaaa thal tha leaehan <?! the
Bvtitlhvn lii'jjlJ tie Lontini lauu uoiu thu hall? of
?s ,,f ,.|vt,,,. ,n .] Uti ti ait ' f edminie
: it waa equally clear that I - ! : ? :1'
lowed tu retnore the pnjudleee i ? ? the noperltin
opulotioo b< fon :!.' i '?i re ponnitted to exer>
electiee franc!. With all deftnnee to the
.-.,.-;. li DO bttl II' H
hitor t .. irre?* but to plead for pardi . He would pay to
t, im ', who wen
io a bad couae, and be wa Id fAit IbeBthe pririlegen
lire and die in nnnoleoted obn ..." rho GoTonuuenB
ed the insurgent Btntet ?boule ? i egnioad bj
and maint Ined io the b ade of eton tiBcererj
. tail ? m1 i oolj 11 . ? i hy requiring
- pn ?. deni to n -?? Iii Bril II .it the
? peil ... d m ?.- oi the Bi bi oi , who nato
? tadd rectthe pabtfa o| Bion it the Booth,
shall b< luad? ineligible to othce under tba United Btetea
i. I; second, thal t. '? lighti oi thi frn Inn
tin ? ety of the Oorernmeat bi n tied by granting auf
, hentedor withholding t tenpertrilj (ron
tin dial yal; third, thal the elti ? - rraaehtae and on
e,j al dil i politic?] power eball bo protected by
,i ?;.. real ? i niaol preai i I there imp iriial
I ii ni< '1 ? y luth a pru| >? a hi m pop
nit. .. ni the diifraicbianl males booti vi yonnofagt
In Ml lu : I l,ii,e h, ib ? 0| D It li ? ' ? ' ? ti...' . _ I .
gard to the colorrd | South, be thought there
could bi little danger fron ( cal righto to a race
! apt tn leam. It k ii al io i low
o| Un .1 y an i bum I luring tin
w ; ti ii lb it wai ?i l a timate reauttoi toe War. an,I
? withhold it a.I be a of th< . stitude,
Ihehoaoi lodtbc plighted foitbol to? republic. Bathe
si?toi iriewi i ?. n ak< I - et ii i
cofdial union tad
. ? h ib< v I Coitgrest mool -
i otl ins ii re ai ii... 11 pi nothing rae ti
future pi f the country. Thi tul
i ; i : r, dm? ?.ti.i' ig ' sand mil?
lar] - r i- would undoubtedly be offensive and numil
tor it utiiiM'i ; ? ? '| ridi of coon
'. - ith * .i r settled conrictioni I al political aabordi
ii i. ?? d i im |j ,.? j tion 11 bim k non.
The polii "i Congres? i ould bi , sb the leaden,
but to i . wes
who had lu a chi ab '? o? forced int - 1. I II on. It
we wen - ? copie, the deep, d r. i baan which
b i pencil ia oni 1 ] drill of
thi i . ? ni i ? -?' -'1 bj ? ink ?? ! nui ?j ' ? ' ' --
: ,i ',,??? ilforbeai the ( nth oi other
tim? ? . I:i con
i , he said to ni I- ? . i ty of an r.?.-' the
- .'.j onr work
? i ? irntion
mold i ho dared '"
roeiatthetl
ii . . , t , bad and w I rd ? gel onr
? of pat ' ? ? .i. and of oi
hood rbicb I ..Jl ? y eil I B ia
. DO .uni
. - | doe, ti ?- din its i ? I .i s-. ii ni its
iii Koon ii -i ii rtddreitt I the Hi ian 11 e arti and
? ' '
ii ?ti . ion i lui i. ?no .. , 1 re!?
Uona I - did rent sections ti foi
a r was proaecuted had Btirely
; i . that plat
: ? 1.1,vern
I --...ni
i. Ammoiitj to gire
i g to be hushed, co ifidence to re
Executive I waa sa.
1 authi which eon
r .
?
? ? ?bo kwhi a ?li?
ll hil " 8
of the Onion
in the | that ?'< - v? "i d maka keeto slowly.'
, - ? . ited ki tbal repared
the ubi-i and t..< ?t distiuguished
i . it, bad hr shallowed m ni stahablj tbc
I t the El lire in bia policy roi the
mt the 1 H ered that tai li
ii.-. d. Committee wai
pr' ?.- toratj ad tbna fer it 1
eon ed out the objecta and i i it was
l -i Dittee w11 posed to
. ti i Union would nerer
lu re?ti red i ? i ? h .-???e bad the ?- w-r to
pn rent it. He wat , u lion of the
i . ? lary rules and
: .-.e been eoi itnicfc 1 w.th o ti
? ? p object with which ii ?? - -|-' .illy In
He I . ? the ort, bench dofrecon
IB tile
hr ' nfriendly mother, Like military
' ? ? m rgai Laed B i oo
I ' to di tmy. n"t to
.-? - ?? ild , fbe 8 it hi ipeopli id coo
.. . t nong in waging
' war ngamal a leuuicent (to'rernmeut, and they bad beou
gr "! I and arrerely p :.-l.nl. In iheirpeuury
at!, ?. .. v..-k,.i bo f ? bach II,- v.u.- frank:
? to ? ?- baa ?i. i ? ul lo l ra I ibooh opon the
r. ? ? ?,. ti ot. It thi re wen it U p ote of but
i tor turn .' np :u the beatta ol - m jw
i it? them
? it ?ce toi pcred with mercy. Two antagonistic
jl - g before I
l? i e were- brat the plas
i lerered Ti : i.. ...1 s .,:.
'p.. red r eo and pal lie enen - I B I >? taxa 1
w ? I . ty ali ,'r.irv ?, r. a.
g he 1 tit : That tbi
wen that the State? ?I .
i . Ul- ? ! t' ?
??-I stat ihould be i ttedl
m Congress. On the?? issues - .- to hw
dot ;-..''? , olicj
ni the Adi ? trnti -:i i r? ;? n :. -? to thi -!? sti
, . to, One wot .1 Aould
leotror. Om leatht nat om
PBOTBwTIOB.
hfi N WkU BJ addwondtbi Hi ? ofoneh
(Tai ? !l tond t- proti ctnnd ?'
tbemanafaci iring intenoti oi the country, Heobowed
thal n no insta nee waa free tradV - iti rule In any
nation. On Um contraiy, true cirilitatiou sought to b ild
no natire iudnotry, ni the parent'seelutolnetrnettbe
child I to ???.:;. .. lirelihood. Na?
tional arl i dd be pr. b eted tnd t iten d I ? ti... Ooraro
: ? i thi llridual act by tb< parent, Thekietoryo!
ctr dilation aroa nothing hut i? terieo of otopo by which
ona had sntbdnofl natara to the nan of todefy nndor the
. :. ,.i a ti. at mural authority; and M notion!
gnw older, t ontiei "t the centro i thority became
m- re vane I and mow | rotectire. The dot trine 'that that
tal ? bentOorernntentwhieh goTomi leeol heregnrded
to n fill-,i y oad oontrory to ??l experience, citL-r m re?
gard tim or any other nation. Alexander Banilton'i
ana the tmo ideo of gorerninenl In contradiction
nf thal "f Jt-tl'i-rHon. The lotto! tend-) toward
State r [ht! and Secession: the fornu-r tow.ml
national natty ami Bower? The idea of Jefferson
Im i li in Congo! out to the Ihm mort, thal -of war its.lt',
the idee of Hamilton tnrrivod ino war of the rebol
li- :i, tad Wtl the only safety I f t' I eoontrj. Ho looked
np Qomerelj ignooltnrBl oonntry ..* being only ii the
tust it ago of national oxiotoneo, Bannfnctnrn being
ne - f uy tn ii v.-iop its noonreee, to nuy employment?.
and thoa t" tftord the ononi of firing er?rjataa tnop.
Bortnnitj to follow the beal of kit gentoo. Aitukial,
like n iti'ira! ?B, requires variety in order to its more per?
fect deretopment rho internal tmde of tiu< oonntry,
timri' raluaol? by BiUiona than the foreign free trade, pre
set,il bttt two evi-ntualitu | to the Aniern-an people:
either ondi I it thoymn?t see their maiitituctiir? s do?ttuyed,
or etea their mechanic? nnot work foi the stamttion
of BaropO. The result in eiil.ir ni-e would BO
nrolntton. 'Iii? American BBfhonii nut boro too eeav
forta nil etea Inxniteo of i-f-. Agrienltnn i? the neol
ee it! ii ii.'ere-1 of the OOtttttsT, b it like tin -un. it iiiu-t BOTO
itn planet B nroloe sjoond it. or it- keneflte wonU bocona
di .sp '..! in empty tpooo. Tm burden of taxation would
(all u . the foreign nuwunctureroi dot then alited weal'h
ofthiaco bry, Thia waa too ?ate in Oreot Britain. Tho
icturii f diotricta of the Oni? a n< ? poid on r ti reo
fourtl io! the Intornel nrenee, wl le protectioa io no
greater than bofon thia wai driring manyi in *.i? turi ?,
?mt', rete, from t..i III Id. 1 ;.-? Bo ??! oi fo -
. ? i waa ateo tot ding to ??? ,: ex the u-1 i. -
of thi country, Importi weri , creasing, while exports
were .1 be i ile of I - I - sin llu
r. j o ?? -i- mia paying ti ? '
i li nid be p '.mied
? - ?
tract i ???! from thi I . i
Amen, I in -'?>. and 1. n Igr?. Ort]
to . ..m. to i ii "un* j .1- lona] d fortheii
ato.;.- Durii the wai thi highi no) exchange wen
baring this effect.andm my man ifucttires wm then >st ib>
lislii-.l li fon gnert. II. wcnl into o dearriptioB
m.,;; ithrturii i and igricultunl retourceo of Jiea Jem |.
?oowing bj itatiitice that, for ila extant and population,
it u i excelled by no Bute ia the Union in theae i -
He L'aie v ni" ? new BOAufhctuni lately eotabllabed in
the st.it.-. and cited the ttotentoot otado o j John Btnarl
Mill in UM Itr 11-li l'.iilnimeiit a few we. ka -rio. to BB0W
that liri at Britain to ild only for0 tboit pen,..1 iii the
future control the nanufaotnre? in the world, and he
ealled npoo '1 ? Onltad st tren tot t.. let the golden oppor
tiiniti |?i?? of taking Ita place at Um hssadof mauufictin
iiiirii'.d i "ii m retel n.?ti-ma. He rooelosted bv Byiag:
"Barina necnod tho boom fron ehattelism, let us not
pi in. ' the white m..n ti d the ne m t. l- ther tn bo crushed
under the iron heel of Boropoaa i tilinti n which elaioM
that tin only way to bnild ap national ii luotrynad pjrc*
pesjtj io hy reduetag the lobonr to loo lowoot bIo?botti
oi e ?nnenaation that will sapport exitte&ei "
The lio no, at 4 i.'clock, adjourned.
A Broker'? BataOOBOsflOB ll?bb..l of Vi.O(M) Tkr
.Honey Rerorereet.
I'Hitai'ti lina SainrdaT, May li', in*
A bo\-ni---r.L.'1'i of a l-roku in il.ie i ;!r waa knocked
down in ti.?- ?met tins Beening ?'?'' nbbed of t^' Ha\
kff tleii.-.u f.-rtuuately came ssWBfl |00t aa the thief
lad se.,, v.i the luoney. au.l kno. bing I " i tea -? ? ?>er,.,i
it.
The .... l waa ?.omu-.ttvU to . .<? ...
maa of tue swiss cowemioxs
TO THE
C0N6SE88 OF THE I'MTED STATFS.
Karnet Appeal !*-?r Impartial Snftrago.
?I amtknai for TI - W i.huii'. I i i
bl.OU A pi li 2?, ISM,
Mr. Prt-f ral ei 'A' .?> f
I i .i-i- the i.i to ' u ?:.i ' the .1 i drena,
uravUg that yon wi? ? ta u t.. t:,e CharnUi . v, r
Wlich yi I p:i -d'-. II lu it a i i W
teetimory of the ilrely interest which the i ? ? . of Swi sr?
i.e.i feel la the fitere pfoaperitj al tia great Aaaartoaa Ko
j..t. le.
i y yoe accept, Mr. Pre? I ? ?? ? ? > a of ra?
fa nd m -|. '. J H Winmiri
Ai'Diiie of i m ian ?
lau nal ii uki., h.-.-; v a" n bk'.v is rAVi h < r
?II 1 KH-.M1K.V A ?Of .11 Al r.i COSTO! I
at (?iNt\ Ao?. ran -? 'iii ?: lio ?i, :?? ? irnuaji ?? ?
coan noi
/ - ? fA.? ?
Mr. I're? .b ut. M??eri crevai For I ii
m i..ne. ae It were, i ben ? yi al
p.. rea en bau u rai -: mat and
?.rt' i gun ed U j tar ?
\S : ei : ti.?- i ,ii i..ai n: Lil id to ti? WCrld Uti
yon i,hi| bad ai oo riot tb? i I yi , h
- .f i o ? t i g
...?t??... ai y?.. - I . f H ? ?
....,: - - i , ... than ha to
i;. I.
\\ ki I by reroll wnenyc,. ???
parity wi i: ;? ? ? il ' '?' hen many voi i t..??J , ??
sied tkedisaoiuiionol v ? re ed 'he oomBcaca
? ? ? ? .m fi and a beti ..:????'.
Wbea a ..??..ii ni . ., a? ? ii
.. that it would ? rof ?? 11 el
to lend, sn lut t d
vii dating yoar I - i !:? . a
ii.D
I yoar ? mad
?ii.:..., a would UUrreae and tbnegk that yoe w?eMbeci i.e
le.
\S heil it wss ^enenlW Bettered and M . that peace !?? . i
ttoi ? won d reader aagatory tue moral resu'ts of the w; t
yoe wa Id eempromtot with the prejadUet tad matttatl aacf
the Si uti . we always he,"i-.1 tl.it you would Bat hy .na
your aims Balli yea had dastroyed yea i amy?that la al
?.'. BUecty.
\\.i . i,- Beela off laoola pUaged ? n awaraiag ?i
1 d that hu coin's aonoeaaor would tak< hie bee-ores I o
?id ti ,.? ci bj .i-tion of hu ? ? . ,i
you have announced to ta" world trial tbi Ci latl ? ml
Amend.Lent wa? adopt-.1, t:..it airen... .gU
ipoa the soil of ti.? I Lion. w... i B leard With .iel
Dfaaa? ? greeeael aveal
o! OBI ?lie
It Uti..? sentiment which wa would manifetl to-di ? ;.? a
i' .1 i,f >:.,;..' .ni;.., ly Da] 11 it
t be snnl tnst t...- r ice of St ?. rland thoa I
?eke n?eif beard U ? ?*< ? ban nar tan seen
pea of Ucee wao hoped the meet Atti? ama Dead
? jo.ir trial? ttrL..
. I tin,) , it
ii r Ni w "JTorl '. the S] i tri . - ? ? 'i
te Brazilian Slarery, awi > rael afrrhis; ?
iball be fiee.l a? ti. ? ?'lund.
ira rare dara UI ?history of i ' ".'hen ?. lieg
Bad tai Qeeaei bmvcland U lim'.?'.. ??-. i aa?
i ij v a i lead.
Altoreaahd? gthaeearai ol rd our) lit wa
|k<laid guard against dangen from e ? ?iiicncie?, and ?e|
uside i Ulai lo?. To fill-'.. .. UbC| a ta
meka aart Ila ?Brjrtoathia. Bore ard - ?nant Ml Jeal
of a 11 : ii? o ia.
'1 i.e labor? that aw.ot yr\ In day ?re r. t k M .mpor'a. ' and
:... compita and d.lhc'i.* t" tera* . .: i aatneaeel yaas
lardar.
hu the one gee? Bot vllhotti Utoi Bad will ? (hi
com.u.on oi youreafraackUadaUraaii :? ii akaaati ?ina
of them.
Between Slavery atd Liberty?reel liberty??bare I ? mj
hrer.fl.ii ir pi at Thai nial do I Um ob
tow j ?edict'?that freedom wiii destroy the frctdamo thoa]
tired i,f them, .um wi.l IBOCtUub te Ile I .. o: tlie f:n i .ung
?u.at rea atti i - i pe? t
- ti at it will i. rea wketbei lacy rea au o?
dei "r; wbatbai Ike? ?ive or die?that in li i : ade ceatnet ?nh
toni i ;i Indic?e and i ?temi I they will peri?!, aa the li .?
liai o pet ??tietl?tbst your p.. >i|
. b their exi ilion -Hal tea pura gUry et* U any
w . . ( .u. '?> ?lume ea ti.e ?uorrow.
"U ' ptataal agamat each dei we eek Mint iinj
niii\ i .? Manana with fale?heed. V.'c ka a hat von Baba
? mad them, and ier? -
t'... i litad autan tan mora yon wtU t . that it Bael
potedof Unflalaned a repeei of
mankind. Aad aca* ?lu.i that eoaplel i i ittaUedl Ben
iwo tLmgs remain to be d"ne to ni !.. ..a
iel to suppress al. eivil and polil di onj
Bcccur.t of color, ioni te Federal proU ..onto the ?Uivea
that were?a protection ludispentable to l'.e trauiitioo? m te
give them up purely and (in ply to the lawa ti.? tdasUtetra?
, <rn unala of the laalB. It woi.li'. Ig to dene tha
-?.?ii ut of Mavery with the ad ?. nofkatrcd I I,
i by conetqnenee, of atrocity. TocooMrri i ? n
i lo the Mark raia, aa a rai i wocJd he io uny tfee prii . ?-,
tn ? ? iinme. for wMch the North hat io Taliantty com ?:ie<ij
'i bal prident measure? ahoeld aooomnanj tt? aeniarrkag of
I of siiiij.ttrt- U tb? Soath?ti ee, ii ?1 otldl
u I to tacna who i ut read aad write wnUout 0.
f color?we cm well enderataad. Bat wind va eaaaal
land t.ir i au tay oteschaad rael ? t
If I h ti trn >t?tie - ? re
ti .1 io Congresi em, i.
...... ieetort t w?i
I would bow tac head U humility and . ti -.e
'1
Teeni'.- Re] ibllcaOJ iii:.: Ile Deluge, ita. li?
:. hud maand tad.
B ?t what weald a* ii ild fw lo m_
m who I ? the deJmnee i
1 t t Cnioa rewarded mr their derotiaa by la ?g deprtred a
fthtt whUh are, in i repablic? i I the aa?
penageol 'hoie brave me:, t mm "???
j laeircouatiy ui tl?. -u?.,;:.. thatthi Ki . tvhokad lora
I hu 11 iQiintij and bnggnl I , c1 ila
I foreigner, not only retjujuytog the nghtt they lad belora tha
.! made the uibuer-ia! -uluteol'tl.e :?ii of ?oval i m '.
Toa ve to those gmity if high treaaaa lia . iwei te red ia
? to n ward]
t Lery and to discourage patrtotam?to ? Ive In to ti sa
who pronounced aalf garaiaamat kaaai c nad atlfaatiibk
lating,
I .: i,i.e oonditloa aecetaeiy to future je? e ^'iOu?d l>e k i
Bot .. ?i i.'.e ttobel Sta - ? Bec, ?. i -wa
aoabt not um ?nderet mocead opea
them an uil.iuintive reta ?poa the amendment - g
BUteer.
ii at -ti p more and vour task U Balsead by the able al tnl
abolition of slavery it talnato] ati i n the racea be?
lore Ihe law. What i?. aboUtloa w11 lu ? t nalityt li ia?
:? roa to decide thal the Reba ... j
Coi.irres? should abolish ?li dist actions b..?e,l ou ( ul< r 1 ? .1 .
cal franchises lu ull re?pecl-> ?boulU I \ 1 g
blacks and white?. Thceeguaraatee? obi . th.eal
your arms, and basten toward a Kcnei.dre> 1 .lion . rota
auy iiune\e??ary prolongation of tie preacal tnieircgi m?
(rrg,m, iittplivuntt ) A?U to not other (.lei.e? thal el ra*
e?tabli?.biiiir the power of y.i;r Lioverniiii u; al :L" ii: : ? ta
close of a bitter atril war. Liberty la bold ... !-?. , .. ,,j
what u?o ure her boldness ai.d >'.rengiii if the oeaaet '.: ?l M J
pan! ou 1
Ii is repugnant to us to conceive your itopf Bg half? ? n. i\
aaafuiUg anon the former sUreaiibert; without eooiiut] "i-,
in other woids, liberty witboBJ tha coadiUon? of CracdOBi
liberty without dignity, Itbert) with an i.:.. , 1 .. 1 ' [tut a ita?
out 1, ?(.bio pragma 1 liberty without thai t\ n wh.ihiibe
cornel greut mid attains its radi thus yon wot..i rci 1 n t"lg
1 aaw amre party la Ceagree? farther oppramloat of ? .vi?
throiiKhout the South, net til i? for pea 1 yi -.'? ?Id rai ra .<
am am tIla war at Biet, for yoe cannot p . n,. wi a nu
punir, ti.1 verde an I Iwheatbcaei 1 i.e.
clared free feel tiiutlLii ?. ?\~- nei ti o. . ,.: ts-,
uor meai.t of regular act! :i. 1 IJ are al mi fa di ieq
to employ other 11. can.-, ii. ?1 wir would (0U0W. in ?1 i- NlbU
U.Bt the blind if the lUl s I ?'.ed oil II ? othl i (Ida of the 1 oto.
Bae,thaternalappecastooa would no1 speed ?..it wai aad
tent Ile geaereaa Inetti ti of the Kort h wi tld Botraawafeeal
thai woaM aamplain, they would .: ..- ? t, y
?1 aid lat? iw : tmort I the inch nt , il a .1 '?.?a
forth again. Aamlthful rieada. are I u - 1,1*
We bara teni amah, convinced thal roa ?..1 c ; pi ,, ??
that I ? re It . 1 ?ai in v opal! 1 lu ?,. ei.. , .> uni
thal ear tUaarit] at etreagtbeaad bj reepaci aad byaMaah?
?anti
May He who bee gaarded rea ead protect! ?on 1 f, 1
1 to guard and protect yen U tbi 1 Bl ?i?f
aapower yoe to famh what yon bart ..* hi
knr-citiieaa and to tore aa brothers di -, 1 I I ;ou.
Hie BO :? 1 el 11. Si hi'. :i: d I :il Bl :' IJ ?' fl 1 yi ii
t
.1 11. Si gMI
Al "?iii ' law . l'aie
I . - .
1 I : ? ?
beal ?
\i 1 ,
lill?; Al.l.\ t>Dltlt t?MIMIOV
Am I. nor ?orrcclrd-TIr. Bott*'? Reaela'ieae.
\\ i-iu v B?tard q. atol ? taal
Mr. .Lune? li. i I, Portsmouth,
Va., to Ue Unconditional Union Co rent lol Vin a,
Wbrl li ?ni'iiiiriieil ?</ , tu at All I lUtM
thal there ia a mUUke in the 1 ort thal tha
resolutiont reaam.adedbythe Boo.J hnMino H"'ie
wara adopted by ? ii ??> Ci nvention. The ? Uti nu anprorcal
ot u.i>i t, ni reported fruin ina Committee on Beaolntione,
Which ii 1? slated Mr. It.tls e\; :? -? 1 ..- w.U.iigncBI
te abide by._
?KM I*ID1EM.
Mew? Ir.m TftlaHaB It BIB at* the Barb Bath.
leca - Ornera ef ihr Brui.a Gaecrmaaea?
I ??rrraiai >euirali?r.
St. Thotnaa papcrt. received last ercniug. ? Dtam na
tlCMS.
1 1 Part of Spoin OmttUt baa the fafloalog item The
brig Kim, ,n at Port of S? am, Triuidul. fr> oi Phi ledi iplna,
report? having picked u?> at sea, in a:, ??e:. boat. C'apt.
Cl i.eii ,1 id lue ?calnan of tha bark K ttbli 11;, which vee
?el w is abandoned in a ?inking coudi'ion. The Ka'hloeo
waa f 1 ni Urarnool for (?alveston. Atti t.'.tr jual otitsuu
itii: tom meu is yet uii?siiur.
Oitlers have beeu received at Port 1 S?a.? f"'"! ?"??
Bri tia! floTeramtn*. prohibiting SpanUb, PernrUo 01
i 11 an ?m ?neeemet 1 rivattH<r? troi^ laBaaaaaaahna ia
am boris oi tia Bri tub t.'olouiua.

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