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Tim ; *? ,?. .??? _________-_-_-_-_ " ?nus TUt ? THIS L.siS ( ? ?.. KAlilY BSI i IT I'';?'?. TI 111 Sl'kR. TUIS riSTN'NT-KLt/.AIil I II i 01.1.11 '.:? TTtfS FVK?ITT0-T ? APTAlX-TlIE fillsll LION. Mi Clit-la? liarron. FOXS ??Ki. BOSS . , Til KA IPI-' Tills : .Via? P___J l|. 1 ui. !>_ r s_> ps ..IN .. -? n TWO ni Miiii ?."OLLKlTITN OK SS III' IN isl.l.liTTII .ST Ki- ___,_ _,.___ THIB KVI-'MINO-iiKAan ?.LUJ1AS Ol'X-A OF Til.. MAOK HRlicKLiV Al A11KM? OK MfsIC. IIIIS I . I ?li, (. -SIX I'll MONDAI POPLL.SR l'( NI.SA TORR '?KI I'**. .tuts i i-KVT-r i net s THOI'IT Mila, TJ t-4 |_r t LU ? " ?H odor?. vlpTTi I OLSR THUS I ..; i al is _ . THIS Ks i ' 'TAT LEON, (V?'. TILL Till? . i. K ILLi'SlOVISl' Tills _s i:\INU-Mr. S.ll.KMISI, S ol sf.K.VS ENTKRTAIN M K ST._ .__W_ruRK Mi Ki M OK ANATOMY. DAT Aft!? 1.". L.N/*A''.-TTI1?' ? S-IHM ?Trae! M?nenle Pair in ti,l of tue ll?l! and A?Tltun Fund ?t : terian < I) usines? ?ottrcs. Till? (?OKIIAM M AM ! A' IT L'lN?. ('?.AII'ANY Bn.T__aa ?lunar lie - and TRA S'il k?T .sBstr. ui???! ? . ?, .. ???.u ami ?iiperloi laiah .... TV ?." rrr.et?ti'?ll tl.es (.A llana , iiheynow . reine ?lura MT. A.l ?riaJ-i ^ULlMra7*ot.0 And ?II ?te-li ?'- ? r. parlieular'r tn rall tbe ? r. r-ii frei I'l.l'.l'AU.I? Dil. Oh V.UM AM? M i ?vi:, 1er Pre??? Ia| li B mott de? lightful ? ??.le the ?a.srlJ cvei pr.luced. THU Al sur?: ni? Prim-, a new an?! '..fume. f.?r a-le :.' al: ??.rfiauei?. Pri?e ?.1 per ls?ti' _ *? \ AlfiM? -- i-l M'l.'M? " .I'arrri'is. ?ni cheek ti e ! - sar iu it? in, ip'._i,cr, by naiug Jas SR'? KI 11. a .?air remedy for k1! ??e.'tiou? of tie Lunga and Bmibli '?.Merer-?? ). ?re. ,_ _ LENNEY, I'm * .?IT?. -' Lu i Is?IT. Ki.iti'!!- 8. M. i ?.'? I.OCK-.STIJCH BirwiN?? Ma.llta? High ?I p.-euiljUil Marrlaad H \ ?ntl I' I "!ii\ir. lit h < he.! ' Kun.KV :? S. M ' ^ -1???. Mi.s?lM,| li __ Wl; TMI-lll.?. Qralletaen or It ring bunine?? a-.ti?? ?.ill i oni-ilt '?-??ntirv! Ibfaa? rtindird A?, rrinn rv li ?rb-cb ran he r?i.Ti.-.l ?t ?ua--tl. ?si !. a than for. Ifa goat- of the a*n,e quaLty. To Le found at Ihe Litr,l,?ut _ DAME? 1'ULMO-BKO___HIAL TROCM 1 TI'laiAt and W ps, ?liscard injin inns '?.Killin.-.. Madame .- the form ? i in II..:. :*?., MA. i I i-iK Bau ??:.i ii. Basar. S. IV. HT. KI?. No. 744 Lre.iilwiT, np ?t?i?B. " Win LI.11; iV WILSON'S LOC?-STIT< H li,.IK MACHIN? S _ i.ii-in'i '? & i; ?'?; R'a Huni-aST 1'ni.Mii M .s_-\v rra-attcaiiai _ Moir's CniMK sr. Poll-Di Reston?? Gray Hllr, keep? it ? I??? Ir???. the lut.l ?lre?aiu_'i-?l ? Ne IO Autor Hon?e, and Di Cati.? r ilo/.?'i); Du plica ti*?* .. BAT? mi <?i.'s UAH: D?t--The bett in the .worlii ?I'm-l?!ark ..r lu?.i --?i-iesi Wa. A M?T " rtk_ il sin Di _.-The t? -t ever mini. < ?ale Bal retail ala? applied a! Ne. 4 - H 'I'm ?-! ?, ELASTIC Si-.?TIM;?, SI ?IM BIS,?. ,s. - MAK-M a Co. a Kiviiral Lire , ??.Ve na \ _il ?.I I'll t Cr,'.:. I'M Otu? ? ?' ?Trcaiai.l ?riiggiat?. Afreet? ?a a?,, Tin- AHM IM? Li?., lu li. ?.KINK I'.SIMIK. J.I_ 1?.- ' ' .1 !,.??. to ou .-i r? ?ii.l clriliaua. N(_ lrSSStri.e?? ,t., Lu, ' A lulls ..'? ho lias sillf_r?'d 1 r over fi lb? ?oat .'ik lil? Lreo romplrtel? eure.l I .- . . . f S cue Kr.a >_ AT Ki I it K11 i *s CA'KI? DKI'OT, NO. 803 ! ina, Kreuth Bote paper, ?11 lb? ?I the ei? .- ' . WKKD M IS IN?.-MA? IIINK COMPASS. N ?road?., I Ki?.?: s Mo. am, an - TIM ???IIVI Mu HIM 'i.'- I.'M'k-Stitch StTiv ???. M o il t. ? s.-.-.,_g Ma? rinar), P---?i |rt?t X?.. ??<_. II;. Will <>\ ?V !.ii;J.?'? ShiviNC-M s? IHM . "Itataain rk ?tii.i; "-| . at th? Ora, I Tri?) | S ml for * ---??-<? "m. w11, i ? III III II TEE WOULD MOVES, I. tit Klti tf Tit* .V. Y. TrUfttr. 8m: Mr. Jcnckes of Rhode Inlaiul, from tin-S?-l.. t C'oio-nltti-e? on th?A Ovil 8? ?rvico, 1ms n i?on?(l a W11 to <r*j_iilst(s the t'ivll 8?'i s-104-of tlie Uni ted .State? and pro tiiot* Hit- cffi?-L'-tii-y llnrcof. W? n?c4?!ntii? ad th" woiiu-ti ?f th?? nntiots to ixunlor well lltli sritlou of Mr. Jcurk? s'a bill, whlcli rt'?d? as fol Jowa: ' *? Batmoi? 0. A ntl be it further enacted, That all iicnsons bora In tit- U-itexl Stat??, aji.l others who liuvu at gulred c'ltl-cnshii? thud!), shall be cli;,'il)le to examination aud .ppoiiitmiTit iiiiil.r the pros isloti of this act, and It ?hall l>* tb? duty of th?: heads of the several departments to d?Asi_i-ite the offh-e? in sha H?-veral branche? of the .rlvil ??rvice, ta? ?juliet? of which may be performed by females as well as males, and for all such office? female* as well a? malts? shall bo eli. ii.!..-, and may make application there? for, ?ud Ixs ??auilue?!, recommend? d, appointed and com? ?atarioned in the niniuier ufg^-aaid, and the names of .taoso ircoitnueiiil??! by the examiners ahull ho placed ..apon the Huts for appointment and promotion In tho order ?>f tbetr merit and seniority, and without distinction from those of malo applicants or ?iffl-cer?.'" ! Mr. J?nc)_es Is ? philosopher and ?tate?, an, and after .rca-lng the ?p?-ech? s of the lat? (..?montiou h.M by the women of the country at C'<K.pcr Institute ti_ BBa4a m? kia Dilad th?tv ?Ahould be no more "mai.?" 1,??.'isiatlon. It Is ?riitoat he has rtpeuteW of the "uncisil _? rvloo"hedld womeu lu Jiitrodii'Tiii. tho word mule In th IT ?lirai Con ??titution, and Is noss ready to make the amende honorable as fat?! s? poHeslble. * Aa New-York proprwc? to ?_et the word "mule" out of herConatltuttoii Vu- year, It would be will to Invite Mr. Jeocke? to labor lu th!? State for a few months, and point out all the advantages that ?-ill accrue to woman from till? ?Jectiou ?. The Rcpnbikan* had but H.tfO majority In the la*! ? lection, anil urih-ss they do something to con? tizate the women of the Kniplrc ?tate, depend upon it the Daaa-crats will b? vc all the bouquets an?iiMsk?t liamil . r ?hlt I? in the t otul'i/. Presldtiiitial campaign. I. 0, s. OBITUARY. wiXr*rON ?rtorr. ?r T?t?_u?*ra TO T?B ?r-isca-. BAN __*m_W*_h Jan. ii.-Wilson Klirif, o well kskowa ?4?a*?eer and publie ?pltited citizen of r_iift.mii?, |ii?d ia this ?Hy on the lib Hist, j ed with -the wine, silk ? State, and also fUrured i "t iw_ ?astlair vol? In the SUte Senat? elect??! If. H. Foot? for " cltv on the 4th last Ile ha? IX-ITI i?r??mi oondtw aaaaarted with the -lue, ?ilk ?ud hop KIOAATM? in It^rtnU tai this State, ?nd alto ftgun-d In iwlitlc?. HU jJiiJki States genator trota California the Wint( r of MATHAN TYSON. mt ?isaair- ?. nts taisva-. B-i.TiMoar, Md., Jan. <5.-nathan Tvson, rsq., one ?f Ui? oiliest at"] most resiictable cltbieu?, rll'-d thla eaorakiaa, ia the BOth yent of 1.1? nu*. Iii- nthed some yaari ?fact from active mt-rtiintUi- lue. f?te^rit Pails ^nhimt. MONDAY. JANUARY 7. i . /.'.*-. .lu .! 7?e ' ? . of lb? ?r. nli-r-not L .:.,)'t li i fi.innty f.r bil good f i th. ! 1* ijiit.? tilto Till TiUll t Tin: Tinr.i M: AUUVAC tot 18*7 will lu? ?a tin- r.tii .i.iiiiiin-y. it w.i t"?.'..ii. tan election returni hum ?iii tke Stat? ?. bei Ide ? xasl wnovnl ofothex | :u.il!-t.iti-ti'-.ii matter Ord i Bill IM M ? ?? In ? , -ti. ?-? ? ?"''' ' tlTOn Hie d?coud ptt'jc' io-tlai/ will be fou ntl mdence., an article o? the line Arts, the Mnth-tire. Aesassination omi Suicide, the proceedings of the ('?al Courts' and the Court Utrs, the Police Court reports and the Money A rtiele. The Marh ?'?.? appear on the thud ?unir. The lAterarp Items are am the sixth ??iii,-, mill the texenth paae contains M 'reticle on the ', i s?, ana Brooklyn and other actes. One ?f (li?.' MTiii-oiii': ?;il papers nf Pniis Illilill i-h-S tliiir (lie (NiiciiniH-nt O? VIA 106 DBS made sa ittrangi ment with ili.i! ol' Turkey for ilic ni. ?eiiauon ol' tin- integrity of tlif Tinki-.li Kmpire. The con.ciitioii, if (-??Deluded, lias alxnit i!ii' ??lim* chance?, of success a.?, the occu? pations of Mexico and Rom" V,'.' ricf'vi', via San Francisco, thB toni defi nito iuformiitiou concernlog the new T.\ coon ni Japan. He is reported to be ? Prince of liticoiiiiiiDii int?lligcnce, and to be decided in liiioi of carrying out the twttfee. Tke coin iii. ni.ii inteicoiirsii of Japan with foreign conn? tries Is now ra]?idly Increasing and no4 likely to suffi i- another Inti rrnptkm? The rink?- of Angnstonbnrg has ceded to Prnssia iii?, claims to the 1 )n.hics of Schleswig and Holstein. The Grand Duke c4 Oldenburg, the oilier claimant, having made the rame (???? sion soin.) timo ago, Prussia now holds llio Duchies by virtue oi treaty ns well M ol' con <t ?it* ?t. Tlie daims of tiio Electos of di? -?' Cassel nnd of the Duke of Nassau to Unir former dominions had previously been b ? off in tlu* same manner. A, WC read the do_ga of the BoUSC Cannu 0Q Saturday night has determined not to ?dlow it? piroeed_gs to be inteo-pted and ils time absorbed by mi attempted iin? ji'?icliineiit of the President, until at least ? ? ?iity of tiio House shall have dciilicratcly. acljndged such an extreme measure necessary; i ?in?l it has no1 yet .?-<> adjadged it. We need not ! tay th,n this decision is in lull accord with ooi . own eon viel ion?. * BECOXSTBUt TION AT BUBB. Wa note with iatiafaction the gathering at Washington of deputations ?Croa l?verai I Southern sttn , at iag diverse phaaaa of 1 opinion al iii?- Bottth. li ??m hanlin IK- ?I year since The Timm nihill lia to say why so loyal and true a Dn?o-st as Col. J. ti. Johnson of At)?;ui.?as*8hoiil;l no1 be admitted l>y the Hi to the jeal whereto fbe had been trnqne-tirni aitly eho?en. We now NI thal CoL Jobaooa is in Washington to urge Ceimgreaa, ?m behalf of fiiv-iricd Unionists ol Arkansas, not in admit representatives bom that State until she -.h?ll have undergone a radical net?...?!ruc? tion. And we trust-nay, we aie sure-that ha : ml his collei!_ru.*s will 1??' heard with Jirofoiiixl attention. So, ive dottbt not. will that delega? tion vrliich ((?.i.-?Tils the oiher foil, s in Atkan Mi?, who ?if a decided majority of the White, hut i?ci liiip-i not ol' the M holt; people of that State. Wo tr-i?t the ii'.;! parties of every Sotilhern MU!,? either are m K on will be represented al Washington? Let nil lia ve a fair hearing] hut ht i hem lie admonished that time flies, ?u?'i that le.?,** than two months ?>? thii Congie.?? n main. If the rival delegations could confer v*i!h euch other mid agree M to" the lia-.es .?! J.? i-oiisiriiction, they would r-i^nally fad!; the action ol Congress? And whj shoald they not ?it lea-?} try lo |gree1 Tiny aie filled to l?e fellow-citizen?-, neighbors, often kinsmen; even if (hey desire lo remain ni War, thal luxury is imperatively denied Ihcm. Will not the livul delega!ion?, from Al kauSSJ ? t ti.-' cx ei'lleiit example of eoorteonsly conferring and trying to Agree on a plan of nconstrnrtion to !?<. jointly submitted to C?ongressl Surely, the (IV')tt, if made in the righi spiiit, must ho pro? ductive of good? -(.'onu-ressou^ht poon to indicate to the unrcp reeented Stales precisely wfaal they most do. it ?will not do to let the Merion wear away with? out tin.?*. If any State (?hall not be called when the next House assembles for orguniza tiou, it should he cleaily and p ni lally known why it is not, and that the l.mlt li its own. Let there lie lif.'lM ! Gen. Grant is repotted as having expressed, at Gov. Seward's dinner party on Saturday evening, los conviction that, If tlie Southern States sliould adopt the pebding Constitutional Amendment, they would be promptly restored, and no further conditions imposed. We do not BO undei-stand Congress. If those States hod promptly and heartily ratified that Amend? ment, we believe a majority would have felt morally bound to admit them thereupon. Wo do not understand that tlie Johnson organiza? tions claiming to be States whick Lavo re? jected the Amcndnu-nt-especially if, as in tin ease of Texas, they have treated it with maiked indignity-should they now conclude, to ratify it rather than take the chance of doing worse, -would bo regarded by a majority of either House, as having established any right to recognition tis legitimate by Congress. I.iii, whatever the _8t may be, Congress should promptly aud tatt i-uivocally indicate it. For our own i>aif, and without presuming in any manner to speak for otluis, we must say that tho ratification of this Amendment by any State would form a vi ry inad?quate and im? perfect basis of Ill-construction. Tiio vital matter, in our view, li security to every Indi? vidual, however humble and despisid, in his essential right! of person and . roperty. Any Rccon.sti action which does not guarantee the Whites who have 1?.tem I.? lu 1- against fatale arrests, nrraigninint?s, seizures, eonliscntioti-*-, Irecaiiso of their pait in the l.cbellion, and does not secure the Blacks against such abuse, spoliation, enslavement, and butchery, as many of them have experienced within the past year, will ?K?arccly deserve its sonorous title. Wc see not how a true and lasting peace, a speedy restoration to comfort and thrift, eau ?>e attained on any terms less comprehensive than those of Universal Amnesty coupled with Impartial Suffrage. Millions of acres of the best lauds in the?. South now lie desolate and useless, bum-' their owners cannot procure the means of fepc The i minent Huii;.ariaii leader, _?*_______? l'ii! . !.y, long our cone-]!.,ml. nt nt J'ior.-m?, lins n turned to liis holm ?n 1'. ?th, uinl send?, ii, hil liist latta linne?', M hi? h ssi? jiiiiit this min i, ing. His American fi ii mis isoiilil r?.;.ii? ?. to is.ill to him across the water tin ir coni-rat illations on his restoration to home mid to poliiical i-hjfctB. Mile it not that they rcincnlx-r painfully fin? loss? es which have recently in;uli home deso?ale to hini. His country, whicli. he served with di.slin puished uhility and (tounge, ?uni for .sims.? sake lie hSI IK-CM ?III ?"vii? sime lu.., will grate - fully M ?-lennie ln'in Mgmmt* luto lui s.i\ic<?. lu? det?!, M. Pnls/.ky hM mt cn tho constant atti faithful servant of tins cause, of hil?? .ty faring lill his year? of al ?.-.once. Iii? ?si-o counsels mid unflinching lcadcr __dp have not been wanting to tin K( pulilii?ii.? of Etatf-PS in any country or in any crisis. He returns to BungMj al ?i moment when circumstances offer lum ths opportunity of very great iisafiilness; when the patiiot may begin to cherish the ho*??' of IM?Bg hin lu loved country at nodisl.int da_ eillier independent of al ?lia, or tht .o?tioUiiii.' ?OWCI in tho Eui put.? lag: Klo.kin.L*, aiid ,'('iliivilin.'?' t!. m. Thoaa owners, beiag iinji i rd ?ned l.'i-luls, ? .m neither a? 1! j? ?rt ol' theil I.'. <1- s'.li'-n \s?:l? to obi borrow ? dollai "'" .,; but I ? ou the oth( rM i ci ; ssiili BlSekl Who :-i. ;,? . ' ? : go thuin r. ?h.-.??M lg it minder. Von mai Bab] ii. -; but ii llic New-l Ich . .? ?.!"_- sour i.iit.-r i.vjuii?'iit?-s, lui.l .'?mi tliiiiii? :iwin ?liable to be lorn from yon is \'<<i?' of tim Blacks are, eve? in /??.."/ Mai. ?ami, you ?night the matter ? i i 11 . i < . 111 '. >?. Wh.it lim country uri ently DI eda i-' a full ?uni final s-ttlemcnt-oin- tli.it will unlock all its n ..??Lues ?Hid sit ?ill its people to ivoik. It ssou'ul niiiki litiiult'(Is of millions1 ?Iii!, unce in iii.- j,induct ol' 1 Iii.-, year's iiidu.?try ii this could I (. secured foi l li wit li. AVe do not judge that it .?in or cannot be ?mliieved under tin- present Btate oi.'.iiii/iili.ns; but sse fi rv ntly wi-h it nii*_r?it, be ; foi lime is pre..ion?;. And. if Con? gress, on fidl \i(\v of ti.? taufet, shall deea it aecauM-7 <<> Mt Chees osgunnrntataii aside, we entrust that i's action bsprompt and vigorous. Let jiisiic?? to ul. be blllsted OU St :;11 event.?; luit ht the l'.ist possible time he spent in se 4'iirin.r it. Delays ??n duiigemii?*, and the future une? itiin.' Let us lie wise and genetOUB. while Inave and confident, T.?-I>ay. I AW VE APPETITE. Tim ?hil .?r_iai_filli! of our State, at the B0 UcitatioU of ninny of the ln-1 .ni., ?is of this nu troj)olis, passed ?m net 11 ? -_: 111.11 i 11 ._. Hie sale of Intoxiouting Drinks In this City, Kings, and Richmond Counties. Bj this net, tli?- HeS-fag of venden o? tim bevsngei in question uns confiih d feo the Board of I liait li, M ],?,_? of lim Police Commissioni'is form ii part. The sale of smh bsreragei li foiimhlen on Sunday and liitw.in midnight and dayHghi of other days. None who Asill not cm, form to th.s.? and other wholesome r<--tiietioii? ?in- to he iiU<;v,ed to sell?t all; and the Police is cnipowcnd to stop the sale of Uk_U01_ bj those svho are un lic u?ctl. In short, lim act is another nliempt, not to prohibit the s;de of Intoxicating 1 ?rinks, bul t') lender the I.?.?mil' Traffic lwB II.i;?-i tutly defianf than hitherto of the dictate? Of mo? ralily find decency. Al on'?' the ?TV WSJ ??I nji lint it ?al nn c(.i!?t:tiition;il ! and the l??svt-r stnittmi ol' judgee, ssho ossc tlnir ]io??ilion to our initiiiuei.iM?; grog-shops, and hope to rota- it bj Burning th? ir continued fas m, ?gare oplntoni a???ud ingly. Many bundi? I* of injunctions wert? .grunted by these Libela on lbs indicia] station, and the i-nfoieenmiit of the restraining section*? ot t!u? n< t thereby O-Utracted. lis partial en follement foo f?-w \vt eks burgi Is diiiiiui?li. .! the .ggregats of ?"-linday _bbun_herj andtrrime in (?ni i ?tj ?nid I'.iooklvn ; bul lim gTOg-thop judges reopened th.? flciodgatea of rio! and rowdyism, and the desolating i?>ni-nt baa atace rushed and i....red nt will. The Bouid of t-sdee, being estopped by Injamrtions f??nn enfo:t?ng the law .Sgainsl in.ni. of the i''oi-?i <?l I? ?nl'T s, ?.nu linled to ?'.sait iii. m lion ?.I |!o highei ?'?'lits. That lotion h i> nt length 1? - n completely had. By un.iii'.nuu ? <i.cisione ,,? ,*,,, guprome ('mut did l)i?iiiet) and COUIT of Appeals, lim adjudged eonsUtutlona] in lettes and sjiitlt. In aggregate and d'..iii. 'I he ('.tido/.o MoCunn inium: blown to the ssind?; the Bourda <>f ? I oi Police Airtually itistiu<i??l to go on and enforce Um law. And they has ?. in ? oidilir-ly eisen m.Meo thal thej henceforth trill enloic?- il, atul that luiu-sell.-is mid Uw-breaken mu-t take due uotlee sad i.'oSel II tin ins, !v. ? ?K? .Ti!? - 'lin Sunday Mera rji which aspiri - to tim champiouahip of the t-iquoi int.-n-t i_owgftf?ei lliat the < ..??i I? ?ii. to be d? Bl d ?:> the . h,,M been-thal the Run Ttatii?- is above h ",*al regnlation or euntiuL I " In s!i?'t ' ? ' I .st' is nu i. upon ti? . .? oi ? .lull]drink. Neither I* II Pinjiowered t" i ' 1 ill*' |" ! 1?" . ... 111'iH? hi - t. . ,. ? ." '.: '.M. t.. a in ? | ' yin lue form t?fs ?e? Lord'a Pi ivor, wini urderatoitdopt it ; I? t ????li aili'l ti!. . l?f ti*. Oil o| Jills iiUS'. Michael' < ii ir i ? tinlarl , It la an oui our tiuiiilu'oil ? mu? ?s- <|t, i,?,! i t -|i it? to t ..!!i|???| ,, at? .??ty lotta <?x? cul. ?ii. SsTu i, it . lae peo? j,!,-, sslio an i,. . . . i .ti? .! Iii. olmo, - . a |?t, mi: III ii I? , i I.ititi -, ss lu? ii,,- Hu? sers sut? <?f tlie j> T'1?. ' . :"??l t'" >' ssili." -In order to shosv ?mr : i .- h?.\-, free and lil.iT.il ?ne thenotionaof The Mercura and it? jiatiT.ns, ist?, ?ut fioin on? of Ita ?iilvi'iti?ii._ ??(?liiinm the following, suppressing only tho addresses of the advertisers: rpwo YOUNG BOLDIERS, I'l'ld, Of 1TX, J. t ? ?ad r-l*v 1 . . :??! ra i,. Ai ti.? o-.i? lotrlligeat Bad ! UAi?e--. i YOUNO GENTLEMAN OF PREP08SES J. \ a t.- at | earao? <. ? a . ?.... ,-. A GENTLEMAN, preparing t?? risil Europe earl, of ni oui., .. int-t.ai B cuiu ? ?.tu t Ara ,1c risita, -. AJ.OUNG GENTLEMAN .l?*ir?-s making the ? ?;' ?cheerful alni ?etieroii? ?lia,,?-? Kuti I,?- aMkeaSHSJ iricuj ?ho 'oiilil ?I , If tata k tin. a. J ..(?Ile I ..t .re. Al-lr? *?-. I/M'\ AHMAD !-Two young Nobby Pporta, ? I.r parer?.?, aoulrl li kr ?Ira )ouB_ LA j iorr?ri aalaala, . . -e. ? "f 1_ au.', .*>. _____?-. A YOUNG and pi? o - Widow Lady lui? ? ' l'a. ,.r lo 1.1 la a |l?l__-)( d?auc". huuiii tuiuluit? ?-T Aii.iUK ?~ p?) l.L, l-l... (..a ?I-. -Ia any one ?iupiiscd that a journal whish deems snell udsTi tiseimnls ?iioper and d.c.Tit should h.ite and defame tim BzclSQ LasvT -The law-abiding, order-loyiag psuple of '_..? <ity tad vicinity must lally around the Itri.in and Exoist Butlds Sftd su?t;iiu them in Upholding and enfoiciiii, the nio.?t I?KIIIIOII.'?, hem ticiiiL act of our la ?t Leoislatiiic. It will dry the tears of thousands of alni-?? d and suf f?ring \sis?s ami sati.?!y the huii-er of ti-in. of thousand, of tijipltiT?' childi? n. 1 hoiou^hly uiforc?.!, that a.l ssill s ive millions of _________ per annum to the post O? our City \shich now find their ivay on Bundajl into the iTinisellei_' tills. Clnistiaus! philantlnopists ! stand bj the lass ! It is a crisis iu which a statesman may put the I impie...-? of his mimi very deeply upon e.ents, j and Snngaiy has few statesman who can do mnie for her thin M. I'ulszky. Leaders of Ti:r. Ti:ii;t NI:, who for years past have been familiar with hil nias eily summaries of Euro i- an ] . u;il be glad to learn that his ?euee with this journal is to be niaiii _ af !/./,' mi RAW PSODUCE 1 'if V? '!?, in his late, report, de? clare hat "Hurt i ni be no practical juotec io Hie Ai. trican agriculturist exec;it I "v.!i... he receive* nun the exfsteOM and cx "tension of American manufactures;'' and, without entering into Mi. WeDsCs spplh-thm of this opinion, we hold it to be sound and excellent Let na offieiantly protect our mamifartures, and our agriculture will in? evitably be enriched to that extent. In other words, M?! shall be sure of what our agricul tnrists und manufacturers i..ed ?dike-a home mai kit for nar produce. This wo cannot have without especial protection of the industrial in? terests which are to draw from American fields their supplies. We propose to illustrai .his point. What sort of n ffwrign market bave our Bie-'ii' ?dtmists had ?iii timo past? Let us see. Taking the yean since lb-lo in groups, which may be fairly made, the avertigc value of all bn-ad.-st-ilfs and provisions exported to all for- ' sign countries runs thins: For tho tlir?-e years IBM ?>, |?.'O.-JUO.OOO per annum; in the, year of the 11 i ?li famine, 1847, $6vS,750,000 ; in the fol? lowing six years, $:W,500,0?0; in 185-1--? to 1&">8, dnring the Crimean war and disturbances in British India, Idl^OO^OO] in the year IS-IO, . $mjBO0fl00l and in MM. $-W,000,tX)0. H?re WC hiivc a range of foreign demand within (he first three years mentioned, from HOylNXMIOO to $f*,ooo,ooo worth of our fornsrs* ]uoilu. i?; flinn this period, for six years, down to jlOyOOOflOO, and up in the next year, 18i>4, to NI'I;,IK>(),0(K); rising thence in I8."i0 to $77,(>W,000, and dropping in li .(HA000. Cau any business stand and prosper w hose, dependence is upon | market so unstable as this, and with prices fluctuating ne widely and as TV dilly? Bat this is not all; the total sales of our brcad stull's and provisions in foreign markets have m far exceeded, e\( ti in famine yean and war times, lour per cent of our product, and gen? erally fall under three per cent. 'I he QMation before us, however, narrows this statement still more. The non-manufac? turing countries, lying in latitudes north ?ind south of us, in our fiscal y?Tir WHO took (JO per cent ol' all our agricultuiml ex poits, except leaf toban.? and cotton. This six-tenths of our export trade we have by the natural law of r?*?iprocal exchanges. They took BO pet ?cut of our export?-?! manufactures, - 1,000,000 worth, along willi 010,000,000 ?if the farm products of oui tcmpeiatc clime, and gave ti-?, in exchange, Mgaij goan?, ?micee, hy* stuff.?, fruits, coarse wool, tem coins?, tropical wonda, ganan, medidnee, hides, grape.-, and all the foreign spcic We l.ceiud that J ear cv . .f 117.1^7 only. The year 180140 is !he f-iircst for the nrgu meiil, and the most favorable for our oppo? nents, which (au be lound in the last fifty i. n s of our commercial experience; and, as a farmers' Question, excluding the Southern plant? ing Interest, it shows than? of ih?ir total ex? it., tis, tobacco exoepted, nnonnting to $17,.12.1.. ooo, the nmnafactnring nations took but |lt, fi, lending t.? as $i09r%10fiOO of mannfao tun?, the ?lil Iel euc?? being paid by us in cot? ton, toba.-co und sp? .ie. The woolen, cotton, hemp, iron, and steel, silk, ami lax narai tun*.?, iinpoittd in that year, and retained for ?mptioii, emoaated t?> |t-HM_V00O] tim ready made clothing to $,\000(()<X) ; salt and coal, ??,ir?Kl,(8e); total ol' th. ?e ?uti. 1rs, $tp??j, OOOyOOO, from countries which took in tin? same . of all our products, othet tim cotton, 1,000, and of our epocis lOMOOyOOOl I?, this u commerce fot which we may wisely done our own factories, and drive all our capi? tal and enterprise into the ringle pursuit of raising raw produce to be sold abroad, when it will sell lhere, and at such pii.es as the mar? kets, which we shall crowd, may afford? The tinder who bas a Stubborn notion that al I nation.il profil Mad growth of wealth conns necessarily from foreign ?oniiiieiTa thal the United State? could no mon; grOW rich by do? nn-?tic exchange of eotnmoditiee ami nrviece than tWO boys could make live dollars apice by swapping their jackets, and, of course, that the globe called the eaith will ne?,cr thrive ge&eraDy until it establishes commerce willi the moon Of ollur outlying prov? inces of lb?' solar system-such ?t thinker will ask, do you mean to decry all foreign trade 1 Onraaawec is, no. We.otyly mean to expose the absiudity ?>f an unnatural and nischievona trade which displaces our own industry, throwing half the productive forco of the ((?unity first into idiom ???, ?it an actual loss of inoic than double the money value of all our Imports tit their highest figure, and after-. Waid dragging down the prosperity of our fai triers by o\ ei stocking the mat Lit and lonea fog print, until ?.?neely ?i crop in the far West or North-West will pay it.? owu expenses to the porta t.? whieh it maa? travel? We would footer by all means the supple? mentary trade of kindreds and climates made int. [dependent by the laws of nature, and 1 ith e.pial nal and earnestness resist the diversion of national commerce from its true and usi-ful channels, under the delusion that nominal cbeapnenof market pike settles the whola ques? tion of profit and loss. Bead?*, the enslaved dependence upon foreign consumption, with all ils unctitaiiities ol' demand and unsteadiness of yaltu-, the simple faet.that the nation which ?MCI to do all our skilled work for us never in the averago of years took more than ?13,000,000 out of our $l,5W,O00,trO0 worth of farm products, or about ,r)7 cents worth per head of her popu? lation, shows plainly how contemptible their eustom is for our products, and should open our eyes to Hie fact that we can have a market Steady and sure for twice this amount by in ?luifog ma blacksmith, carpenter, and tailor, with tin ii families* to settle in each township in the United Stat?**. All we have to do to effect this desirablo Improvement in our cus? tomers is to decide that our iron, steel, cloth, cutlery, calico, dolls, toys, and jewelry, shall lie made on this side of the Atlantic-to say that the laborer himself shall come, batead of his products, and then we shall have a narke. in every stn li immigrant for $100 here, iustead of a little over half | dollar there. The inferences from these and kindred facts apply lo (lu- trade of every region of country, without, respect io political boundaries; .?it ii dixttinie apea which the policy, willi . profit and lons, tunis. For example: Tie uara] ral io of railroads to population in ti" rfcole United States in January, 1801, wai one mile of road to every 1,000 persons. MasHiieliusetts had a mile of track to every 007 of her popula? tion; but Georgia, behind Massachusetts iu everything else, exceeded 2tH per cut in the proportion of raUioud to uopulauia. TO u?_ . commodate her bulky and costly exportation of raw piodii.iv; BOd bet vast importation of manufa?*tun ?. nhi had one mile of track io every 7?A of her population. Compare the wealth and prosperity of these two Slates, sad the tolerance is plain that profil i*? la the Ka? ratta to tranaportatloni or, the nearer the market, the greater tin gain. 1 AEIV PBA8E OF THE DBMOt I! i Tit WOVE HEBT IB ENGLAND. The revival of the spirit of democracy in England, of which the agitation in favor ?)f .Parliamentary Reform and Manhood St jin?! nts tin? most, noticeable illustration, is narked by movements o_fo non-political char? acter, which cannot fail to exeit a powerful iu Quence ciiher Cor gond n evil upon the future lifo ol' tho nation. The complexion of the event will depend largely on the spirit In which the governing and wealthy [classes nee. the demands of the people. Our London correspondent, in his admir? able 1? Mer, which wc publUh this morning, deals at some length with a phase of the .strug? gle now going on in England between democ? racy and aristocracy, which has not bilbeito received the attention its importance demands. If merit is liegiiiiiiiig to assert its chums against privilege, lal>or is likewise beginning to raise its voice against the tyranny of capital in alliance with aristocracy. This protest has found embodiment, and silent but powcrftil expression, in the Trades Unions, now spread like a net-work oter the kingdom. It seems, however, that these societies, with an unwise ami .short-sighted zeal, have been push? ing matters too far. In st living to obtain ?deliverance for tho woridngmea Lorn ono tyranny, they are in effort creating another. The natural result has been a reaction; and now we hear of a movement in opposition to them, the watchword of the new organizations Ix-ing Fieedom of Labor. But this principle is perfectly consistent with the uncompromising assertion of the rights of la? bor, and these, wo cannot for the moment imagine, the counter movement will have tin effect of ignoring or throwing in the background. Our correspondent, it will be ?-??.?.n. has no npprcln-nsion of such a result. While njoi.itig, for obviflUs reasons, at the opposition that has been started to the Trades Unions, he is convinced that a readjust? ment of the relations between capital and labor must take place, to the advantage of the Britiah workman and the lienefit of the whole nation. Wc agree will? him entirely, and we need hardly say we sympathize most cordially willi lliose in the old country who are laboring to accomplish the lil.?rnti<?n of the workingman from the tlnaliloiu iu which he has so lcng baal held, and for his deration socially and othei v Happily for this country, what our correspond? ent calls the " \?*w (..??pel of Industry" is no evangel to the Americans. With us lill honest: WOtk is honorable, and steady industry is certain of meeting its reward. It is not simply that ??ins is s new country, presenting in its wide? spread territory and immense resources every inducement and encouragement to the industri? ously in. lined-although this consideration must ne. essai ?ly form an important element in any compaiUon instituted between Great Britain and Aim rica; but it is that the rights of labor, the honojiibleness of industry, lie at the very root of our whole system, political and social. Evan biie, however, there is room for a moro salutary application of the great prin? ciple Involved in " the gospel of imlus tii "-viz.: that the baler, the producer, shall have a fair share of the profits arising from tin labor of Lis hands or hi? head. In this matter of honor to industry and reward to labor we have set an exampl?? to the world. We are not going to let other nations better that example tO our shame. The industrial partnerships to which our cor? respondent alludes we regard as one of the most hopeful signs of the times-as one of the iuo?t encouraging evidences of progress in the right direction. Such associations are calcu? l?t??! to woik a complete revolution in indus? trial ent?rp-riee, and to produce the most beiietici.il ?ift.ts on society at large. When tlu-v shall have become general, the world will ?'liter apon a gew era of illimitable prosperity. PERSONAL. Min sans B. Dioldasan has taanroaoA bam h. r i-i'i-.iit Musai I-MM? alni will lt'fttire on "3i>uiitliing to Do," at tlie Philadelphia Academy of Music, on Jan. ft ilic Btv. James Mntl y. DD-, of Pittsburg, Pa., is about to study law. Guv. A. J. Hamilton of Ten lisa settled in Ilar rlsburg, renn., and will commence tho practice o? law. Li? ut.-(loy. Wlnobastn of Connecticut Is in Paris, ur-ring upon tin1 French Government tho adoption o? his in w ?uns In tho military and naval service. The. Rev. Fut her Kenny of Dulmqnf, low?, a prom Inont Catholic priest, formally remain, ed h.sf.iltli a few i'.iy.-t since at n prayer meeting at tho Clark st. M. E. Church Iii fMu Us?t? floor gi A. Meldon of New-Hampshire has ni-e.-liti il a punition upon the eilltoii.il ?tait ot The Bot?n ii Adrcrtiter. The Shah of Persia is al mut to bringa libel suit agisinst a French author who ha.? abused him in a book. "??ger A. Pryor is on u visit to lib family in Potcia bun?. Mr. F.. li. Pail, r (. olon <1) is announced as an in? dependent eaiuliilat?? fur Mayor of AUeghauy City, Pa. . D. K. Jackman of Philadelphia, and Milton Cart? wright of Ki le, l'a., have purchased .,000 acres of the i iilu ?r settee land.? lu South Carol?i?, and Intend pBtttag It at one?, under cultivation. Tho price paid was $14 per mre. Geo. Grant has purchased his father-in law'tj honic pteud, 10 miles from St. Louts, for $'?6,000, os a final resi? d? ure for himself and family. Mr. Greenwood, nshoemaker of Harveysburg, Ohio, has fallen heir to an estate In Now Jersey worth 140,000. The movement in the l-jixth (Nasa) Congressionfil District for the financial relief of Gen. Banks has been more successful than WSS aiitlclpateil. Professor S. IF. B. Morse, mut in Paris, has pur? chase Allat.m's "Jeremiah" for $7,000, for presentation to the Yale School of tin? Fine Afit*. F.x-Alilemian I. W. Iiigcrsoll of Detroit is heir, will? le.*? than 30 other persone? to Slti.OOO.ixa'?, (lu- IH-CUIIIII latiou of a sum deponlted 40 years ago by his maternal fjitiiiliiiiiUior lu tho Orphan'-- Court ?if IloUand. Slu.itly before li o'clock last night Challis Sum? ner, it native of (Jcnuaiiy, 47 years of ago, ?hot hliuself iliio.ij?h the hentl ivitli a [.itatol, v,hil?.-In lils bedroom at I 11: i?t Baastoa ?t. lie Uni lu ? tim aaWatH th.as attar. An ln?iii. ?t will be held to-day. A puilhsiisn la Hlnhetb. X. J? Is the poa??-fl*4or of the pistol ?Ith ivhl. h Col. BurrkilOtl Hamilton. Lean.!, f Chaniberhun of the Yalo cla-ss of H'..,, now a na\ al officer stationed at Callao, Fern, hil been proffered S professorship lu tho (TUTU ? Uulvcr-aily. Mr. Mitchell, one of Hie colored member? of tke M 1I...I.santa. Baan al Representante?, nae honored tilth a fats for SlKTiker. Kx-Gov. Gdmore of New-llninpshiroconlinnea very ill. His recovery is doubtful, but still hoped for. Passe?! Assistant Pitym:i>?t<'r McPaniel, stuti.med at Pt-ti?aeols, ? t It??? that a few ?l-iys UKO Stephen K. MaUory, lot? Rebe?.?.-. n tari ?if the Navy, recently piuiloned by 1'resldeut Johnson, delivered an address to the young men of renwicohi, exhorting tlit-nt to devoto particular at? tention to military ?indie?, as that was a matter of much more importance to Vue South than lltt-.atu.c. In the legislative Council of Idaho Territory the vote for Chaplain on IK?-., 6 Blood: For the Rev. Mr. Bishop, 8: for ll.lghaui Voiiufr. 1 : for Panton Brownlow. 1 Tin? two lutfr may Lo cou-idercl cviuplimeut"ry YOlCft, ? ?t?. i i ?aia ma? ?'?a '- ?? __-__? WASHINGTON. \ -- TUB .tPriTiin AS .-tt'c S-THB IJKBATK IS? TH? HOL-HS-? THK VSTO OF TUK L.IHTRKT WSfUM- LILL-THB FoHTl'i "MINO T.n.-L-P BU-L-Tna BOCTa CAMCtUtL? lil Til ?LU OF t'NION s.iLI?IR?>_lliK ?__.l?.. A . UBI?__? noa-ISDIAS ? OMMISJUORSB BOOI I I BT TrituKAI'B To THK IKlSt I ? WASHi*vr,To?r, T,?,,. r,, \ .?, A canctts of th*? IiVpnblfpan nic,'ili.>r., of ib?*4_Hrrn?j??f held last evening. R ts-r. fl itl'ty and sixty rm-nilx rs svcri' pttttohm, whir? is leooj than hm)! the vs hole nill.-ilicr. Glenn] W. S< iiirfii?!,] ~f P____aytvaaia ???i aided iii?: ?Lah, and Ignstfaa ]><_?.. nelly ?>f Ifimtaaota acted as ????.olary. The w?*4i?,t_ laat. dover! sa? hours anil its procer?fnga wen* hi"*_iiy < \?'iii:,i'. Th?- sirt.jcef nmler con.siil.?;;ition Waa a. to? llu) propriety of Congn ; :,<_ Johnson. A good deal having prevtoualy be?r_a aaid as to the f?-.'lintr? ?uni ni, ?is of the It'fiublieati mem. bera mi t?a- qu< ?rlon of ?ntisenci ?.?eat. the eauaaa ofi.r. .1 a v. :.l? s< ope for ni<-iiil?<-r? to put tin ins,?li-?? on re. .?ni li. for.- the IM.,, le. H_>. Spalding of Ohio l??tl off hy off? line the fon?*?wlngwaolutleni liexolritl, Tlmt no mot, iii?-i,t looking t?iw.r?i the Ira 1?.-a In.i. 1.1 at 'la iT--i.!,?iit __?,ii],| be ______ ;if .,,,. ,j__" SSillioilt til?- lolietl.Ti-tiee of a ,,i.i|,,i. , "f ,;,, |. ,,, lililllljel-N, SAllO Ulit. iitteinla ? ,,_. pass? Ml. Spalding accompanird this re.ohition with a few remarks, takini strong ground agatnat hnpnatt?, meat, and def?ndingAn?lrew Johnson from'the mor? serious ahsrgea of traitor und aaortar. Spekliag. .sine,- Ins Kout ni'leition, has Ijcei. very conserva* tise. ami lus raaasrha BUtftiaadao ena, Mr. Aeiiley of ('!.io moved te strike out the words, "That no iiios'iii nt looUag lo braal the ImpaMhsaaatef Eba Pnsidiiit should be Basis,* and in.v-rt in lieu Ihcmol the svnni?, "i'hut BO arti, h s of lippaSl-IBlllll ol the President shall he ordered." This wa? adopted hy a lot.* of 31 -cas to 130 N.iys. This haves Hie way clear for ?ill resolutions of inr]tiiry necessary for itui>? ?i. htn.'iit to le intnairn <<1 into th? lions?! without first goiag before a caucus. Mr. Ash? ley took ground in favor ti iuiin? di..!" investigation. He said grave charges iver? constantly mail? against th?; ofi'u iii conduct of Mr. John, son, and In? consider?-?! it a Ililli moral ?lill?/ he owed to his constituents thai the matter should I*. ?. til. .1 at SU? .'. II?-ssauti .1 csiT-y luan of his ii.irtjr to act fairly and openly ami help tttafeSa of the nut tor. Mr. Stevens of Pennsylvania followed, indore ing tho Beutiinents of Mr. A ?hi? y, hut did not axrc? AS iih him thal tin?, nutter should fixai be deteflsteuj on in cam ii?, ile said eSUBUSaa Wore generally planned l??r sviakkiii'.d and ?h.?inning anil knavish .'?.embers to hide .li* ir d?fection and treachery from th it con.?!iti!i-ii1? ; be th? r.-iorc inoved to l?y the ssh.l.? Bsatter on the f..'!?-, and if article? of impeachment were intr?>?lv..-nl into tbe 1!? |_| em h mau take his stand openly and ?____j beton the country. This motion M'as defeated hy ? vote of _0 Tees to _. Ifaya?-8eh-Bck, Garfield, Hngham end others, who hith.no have Wea extr.-me liadhal? i?_f_n_ eousefTaSiva ground and voting in th?? negativa Mr. Stevens mad? fit? r??!iiark that the vacant (Tnited Statte Ju?lg'*-liip in North? ni (Jl.io had nuuhs in-aily lins wh.il- Ohio dolcgatioii "rotten," and, until Mr. JohUBOU filh-il the vacancy, caticu.sos were netceasary for ????lttkal tricksters t?, \_*%o "?, their evil aringa? Thara spntn, up a wann debuta hct ween Messrs. Bt?_i na, Pfnghaaa and others on tho legal fU-atisaa i!ivolve?l in the atrepoaad hapaaahineni The pointa raised wore: Whethersn hnpeaehinattt eould ho partly fn?"d by the Beaate of tua XXXIXtli Congress; ah-o, whether the House of Reprosscntativcs of the XXXIXili Coiigrcss could prefer artich's of impcachm-tir on which tin- ITesi.l'nt could he tric?l hy tin- Ntiitt. of the Xl.th Coagreaa? or whether, ahoald ?irti* clea of i:iii**'achrj)cut ho nosv pn-f.-rr.-il, and the triid of them not concluded nf th? exjiiiution of the Bteaaal Csatgcess, th? j wooli hsv? te l??i renewed in the Xl.th Congress. Mr. S?"v ?isol Pennsylvania took the ground that the Senate ?lui not expire with the Congress ou the 4th of . .:tnh next, it being a ]srpetual body. ?jjiir. Bingham ol Ohio held different opinion?, aagaiag that as oiie tliir.l of the. present Senators would go out on the 4th of Mare- UM ?Tlia-llial ?ould not afterwar?] cotilitiua fee ha trie?l hy a Senate, coinpowd of one-third n??w nieinlsi? on urtu les partially triad hy the preced?as Senate. Mr. Sn-v.-n. tliought thara would l?e aruple time in this Congres, to do is hat-evcr n ??s to h?* ?loue; be AA;?4 n.sf, h)SAt ?. ?r, in favor of hastening a matter of this kind too rapidly; he was willing to afford aa opportunity for members of Congress to give du? consid?r?t ion to the measure proposed; he believed that it otight to lu-?lone, hut isa? not nilling to go into it uni. m it ? on!.I i>?- done thiuougiily and cer? tainly. Tin- debata befeweeu BSsruna and Bingham illustrated the saying, " When Greek meet? '?r?**?.?.,* ?V?-. ningham in his remaiks 1. an? ?I strongly to Ji'hii?oiiisin, ami s]H.kt? in his usual irritable, jiiijitil and h ilpily leaaoned style. - rena met all Ilinghani's i ulogtM of Johnson, nail repln-d in terms bitter ami BSVSBe in the extreme. Sfevci.s', .strirfiires on .TohiDsonized l.adicd.s again brotiglit out Judge Spalding, who once more d?-j?n> cited al1 niovi nieiits looking to the linjK.icliiuetit of the ritsideiit, and defended himself against the chari..' of being a Johnson man. M?r. Spalding op is?.e?_ ?M pfopoaad action very ??aniestlv; ho did not bolBBTa that any good would result from it. Mr. lligliy of Calilarnia thought it tho most momentous question that ha?l been piuscnt? ?1 for tho oui.-hliT.i tiou of tho BSeasben of this Congre??, and objected to any hasty action. Mr. Washbui-ne of Illinois did not think that impeachment was possible, and whila he beli. Ved that tlie President had done tnaaty thing* s. riotialy objtrctionable, ho thought that the pmpoeti tion for his impeuclimrat should 1M? r?-f.-rrcd to on? of the standing Committees, in order that it sh?uli 1MS judiciously and dispassionately < <>i__i(lercd. lsforo 1?? inir presented for tliefonnal action of the lions?. Mr. Bout well of Massa? .uisi-tt.s supported thoprope? sitiou ol _lr. aShlaj ; he thought the WOTB .should Is? comm. n< ??1 oy the i?r..-cut Cotign'Sri. Other mem? bers spoke pro and con. The resolution of Jiulg? Spalding, as .nneiided hy Mr. Ashley and Mr. Wash burne, was finally mloptcd, not Sf I unanimous vote, however. The resolution, as pavsed, rea? Is as follows: Ketolccd, That artic'?'? <*f lnirva. linxuit of the I?r?r-aid<*nt ?hull not lu? ordered at ?uiv tun?? ssirliout tlieco!icuiT??n?*? of iiuiiijoriii of th? Ke;?ii!>ll?aii ni(Tiit?ersTrvho niaj atteint a caucus called for that ?parp?se, and that ?di pnmaatttoaa looking t.? th.- imitai liment of the Prealdeul t?iaU first tin Terni ?xtd ni'oitid upon _y the t'otuiulte* ou th? Judiciary. Mr. __shley will intri>?hicc his resolution asking f??r inquiry into the charges agamst Mr. Johnson'? offi i lal conduct as Fn sid.ut. It v. ill bo referred to the Judiciary Commit .co at once. The Senate ivas not in sea-ion on Saturday. The House wasiuries.sion/or the purposo of speech-mak? ing only. Judge SpahUng of the (?cv.liin.l Distil? t of Olkio m?ule a speech on rest ??rab? on. His remark* brought out Haaata Stevens, MajTiard, and W;ie,h. burne ?>f DUaois, who ?fSfBd in I very spirite-d debata, sai aaaaa very severe personalities were in? dulged in. Spalding t?Jok cons?'rvutive ground, aa u,uah and Stevens charged him willi treachery. It seems that Judge Spalding, just befor? the nominating Conventiou met in hi.- District hint Summer, weut to Stovens and told him that he (Spalding) WSS ehsigsi at homo with being a s??nii Johnson man and wits in danger of b?ing ?1? fcat.-d lu ?i n Tioiuination; he ?aid the only thing that Could eave him weald be s lestm _nm stevens tothe noml mtling Conve_tion hulorsmg him (Spalding) us a sound ntid good Radical. Stevens Avrot? the letter after Siialtling had voted right on sevend t4?at questions, and Spalding waa nominated and elected hy over 6,(X)0 majority. SpeJ ?ling's pt ?--.tit courts? don't seam to come __? to 8te* s en?'-, idea of a Kadical, and thus the quarrel. Mr Handy of Ohio made a aiK??ch attacking the finan? cial course of Secretary McCi_?_?i?ch. The apeecb waa full of good _roiut8, and. being Mr. Bundy'? s_r_ra effort, was listonad to with atteutioa. The Senate Finance Committee ha*, e made consid esflftla prograaa with the Tariff bill, and exp??ct to re? port it by the last of the week. They are mStunns sa entirely new bill. It will differ very matenally from tina Hotiae bill of last seeaiou, and it will *>bfe~# very low of the suggestions coatained in either W.lls's bill or rt?_ort. The Ways and Means Committee meet to-morrow A strong effort is being made to induce the Commxtteo to change the Income tax. It is urged that tba U? , should be reduced to three iiniteiid o? fivBp??*-?