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now the larg? ti bs H tras be-fort Um dmrb! ^i<J? Ij
catato-, t_U?*1o-s aswapapar la ?Ust votld. It an?
iH'iiinos sevenal S-dntons t,> its ___sdy lazft and
abwig arra*/ ..f DtYrrespondents, :i!i<i promises th-it
its newly ad,led oolainnt shiill all Ik- kej.t foi Ita
r.iitlei-, ratlitr t.'ian .>1i;im1 with ita advif. Bl
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*'??.? .ilia;? unetiiii'irieiiiiiiK; To aro ;
?ni1' ? '?? lere franki j sar tbat, if
v,- b?vc '???. oaoniewli ktlre her? tofore, wi
1'"" "*i'!.' 'e' ? - : Hill,!:*: toll? (1
v.tb unKiit and in un fort!.e brcsAUnai ..i i.'?- Hlave'scbain,
??te sli el eontli for the N.. ..fran
' to .li n,.mil for ours? Ives any i Ivll
t*r political privili-fres ?ahl.li we do not equally dei
for others, tia.s Juunuil advo at? - tu. . ly_ a_d politii ni
??guahty uf all Americancitlsens, \wtUout distmition of
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'J iin j..nun!'.- religious viewavsc-?*.. a_d nuns will f,,r
tbe future lu . \,.<,,;. *rba1 tie i bave ?te_dil; t>< i n during
?..I the ii-ais of jIhji. :?,i adniiiii-tr.it!
Imprs na tbat Kutti tbe editor nod tbspubllsberol ?fie In?
dependent hart heretofore in-?n. are now, and expect t..
reautlo, members i I an Orthodox ( ongri ?rational Church.
I.at thiaJournal?thou?h 01 .
?sent ' ' a) di nomln
to rei'i.-M-nf m In i ituM ti. in.ii,iiiatli,n, t.r nu-, i?tlu r, oi i.l
-tie : It Is tin oratan of no ???
tlOll ... ?lu, t,,,lrii:i! has a iri**at iii .ii to
????y i lmt
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n nsliirmns |..u*ii:il is to tin it ?* i.i k of jnai tuai Chrlsl i
Jil - hil li i-o.mI iii.-:, of ni] . Iierehes wa, Uu? (rood nu i, of
no chun ?,. Itianlyunite. Inacounti
v hi-re every (l.iieli.ii aljon : na!,
It has set nu d to na thal thi most vatua-le addition which
? ould in-in,nli to tin religious pre*-of Imi
paper (Uki . Unit wldcb,-?_t-a_4>f teach
lii*c tt?- tin l'?.v'i of one sect, or of one ?rroanol stsete,
?vtiouiti i.lnut itself .<u that iiroa.l.l.i autiftii. and Immortal
/??mu? ilion on l.i.iil J.
?t'hnatian ri liKion uamely, lov? to Godandlovt t>. M ,m
D_j hj day ?ai- ? i c-tiv stun-yea, sat with eftger*
. iaii\iet\, and wi.-i.,". !,, n?. Uns |oumai a*-,ni
jii-initiieiilaliiy for like s.ih.iiion of min h BOUls. And
ve lielievii in Hu tint-alii oii.y way of salvation D4
out hy the ? llast-r. what ?-hall
i d" lo inbi i hou shalt I..vc th. Lord thy
?Ood ?erith all thy heart, mid with nil thy soul, and mth
nil thy uti i with all thy ruii d; and lb
if Tin- ile, ami thou '?liait ?m
j4 our I'latfnrm. tv?- shall neither bi-aden (t. nai
rtjw It, chilli.. It, nor pervert it. A'bosoever will st_nd
on it T.ith tis-hall lie our co-worker. Aeeorilln,'.
ort_ to our elim,: Ute! h who,
actuat"'d hy tin sj.itif of Christ, seek ti.j.romote the ic'ory'
of (?.ni and ti..- t?. if.ui of Man."
?We differ fruin TtteIHtU-ptniUnt on certain points,
yet our .litlcr.iiie does not iilin.I tis to lix- f.-M t that
it Is the. Btatl M ni.-n\. !.i M li*ioii.- jO-tOal ?
printed, und lias tully ile.-., ind its Mist alni _M
Uig j.opiilanty. ___
v.i iioara ?__>] mu?an i mai
Lie.)m?.s, \\ illi.i.n.-, ('?.iiiitv, Ohio, Ntn
Attt-tt-ls SSOI-tag we r?-achul Miyki r. !A> B-ltS lioiu
Tole.jo ?A'chtoii has S ' PS innke the lou lillies
ii)?4hoi)i? a .'. 11 ....n ..m t-snhud this point.
ton lost I.ut hit..
i, wn. n l.t will it .....i. ovei Hunda]
inna >n ?. li. Iii-, ft. ! and h . - an badly ?
ilei will -a-iiiinei.il on Monday
I..IMS heyoiil Wal. li o, his llilti ia.1t? injit to i,
? ?-..m rine-iiro
kkf the i?V) mu .,? u hours, wbnh ia now
111 tlio
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MUNDAY. NOVEMBEB 85, 1887.
TEEMM OF TUE TBIBl
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Address, Tin: Tribi SS. New-Yosk.
TEE TB1B?NE l.\ EVBOPE
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rle?, .N.?. 11 H-ut.i-ila sl , ( i.veiit ii.mi. n, landon, are
ne nts fut im Titiiii m. in Ureal Mi nain.
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ms plats, Vienna, rue agents for lut Tbibckb In Anstna.
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i ?io above ..v. suhecriptlon* sod sa
vertisementa f..i ThbTbibi sb, and supply cuines of the
paper lo Ann rirana temp irarily m Burope.
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I n linden, li. ruu, ureaatents foi thu i kihi sb la
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m OOMMMtFONDMVTi.
Ka lotice Car, he Uten of Asocrmonl ('ororronirationi. Whiti.er li
?Bat lie ?utlient.'-aua b| Hie muir li
el the ?r irr?lol neceuinlr for |,uii.ic?.ii>B, bal t? a pam** (or
i f?;th.
| ni.? rti.-r, fortlilioSr? ib sa W b? id J re ne d to "Tat Tar?
r?i.' Sea? Tlfc.
W? oui ? I uiideilak- to retr-r ir-rrtr.l rommnairatioat,
Adveiti^eineiil.s for lins w.-k'i is^io of TilK
Wsiklt Taissss mam) tir kaaaW "i I
TV" On ti" tacoud page of tm-daefi ?sttue
vi? lir found anaeeount of uaribaldt'e defeat,
Mr. /?.".'I>d,ifu b1 Smith and tlw Hiiiliunl ?n
vestigating Committee, and the Monea Harket} on
the third page the Market?} on Ute sixth pagt
New Publications.
A nioitiii-r of Hie merchants, bankers, sod
biudnesa men c4 this etty to ratify Um nomina
tin.-i uf William a. DASLilta fot Mayor, will
lic liclil in Wallst, on Wednesday afternoon at
J! d', lock. Tilt- men who bear til?- burden of
taxation ara specially invited.
The European Conference on tbs Etoman
question has been tully sgreed upon, the Hoi.
rather having withdrawn his opposition to It.
It will be li? lil at Munn li. ami. as regards the
nttmbex ol states represented si it. trill I??' 11**
largest ssaemblj ol thia kind sinee ivr>. It la
highly Improbable thal the Conference trill be
able to farther in the least a .solution oi the
Bonall question.
Our leaders will hare ittissed with us thi let
ten <d oin ripe?is? italian t?rrespondent,whose
acconnl <>t the progn bs of the 1 loman revolution
is tilt-most authentic which has linn published
m the English language, sa if caine from the
immediate inrronndingi of Garibaldi? and from
com of his must trusted liiinil-. Oar cor
respondent has in tin- meanwhile, been
it. Kmiic to l'>ok attci the wounded
?iaiiiialiliaiis. and we aee in the leading papera
(?[Turupe that this' vii?, is commented upon
in terms of the highest eulogy. We resnme
to-day the narrative of our em ii-poiideiit. Ii
is ;i Ead subject, the end of the lui ?ic eiitei
prise of ??aiil'.i'uli and his patriotic followers;
but it will lu- i?ad with profound interest We
fully share the opinion of OUI eoiK-jiondciit
that the defeat ol Garibaldi "ill no4 have bean
in vain, but. "ill yet be found to improve won?
devfiiUy the prospecta of the ti.I" Re?
publicanism in Italy.
Mr. K. Pehtield Smith us a pam?
phlet upon the subject o. the eiastges -ande
against him n.?ni the close ni lu. lern "i ofBoe
an United Btates lbstint Attorney foe this
District, fur which he wai removed from that
oHiie.
'I he pamphlet containa a lengthy letter from
Calvin T. Uiilhind, (hallinan of the CoOgPN
sjon.-il Committee, before whom the I Ii.tr _r? s vk ti
made, ami win? reported the mine, to which is
appended certificates ?Vom all the memben ol
the Cominirfee Mho si/iu d the npoit, to wit,
Le Bland, Hollins, una Lesear, fullj ?nt-rorains
the views ?Hid statt lill Ills of .Ml. JlllliiiH.I ;
also litters ben At : m m > Celui,ils Bpeed .un?
li?tes, together with other exculpatory matter.
We have no di.spo-ition lo ftpaiS an official
wild has aliiised hi- tin-t : hut in the Case O?
Mr. Smith we are impelled to hay that In
given in this pamphlet a most triumphant vin
Station of the charges made sgainst him.
These letters of Messra Hulburd, apeed* and
Mates, if the Matemente therein contained san
l?e relied opop?and <?t carreettieycannot well
be (jiiistiuui d?eontain a most perfect VU*
tion of Mi. Smith. We congratulate him that,
having so long bided hil time, be ia able non
to produce ?.?ich an overwhelming refutation of
the clian-x* under which he has -?. long been
compelled to Bofbr,
oil: -i.m ma yoi:.
The City of Kew?York gave President I.in
coln 86,681 vote- in 1864, though l?verai win?
had been pron?neul Republicans voted foi
McClellan in order to arrive .-.?niier at Peace!
Our poptdation has since tasen ?vntidfrsbly
aill/meiited, so that tin le cainiot he less ihaii
Forty Thousand Legal Voten residing in oat
City, who m*' Repablicani in politica -.? fsi as
they Sie anything. And those Forty Thousand
Voters uiii/hi make William A. Darling ou
Hall Mayoi hy simply voting, at a OOSt of not
mole than one houi*.s time to cadi of them.
Hut Will they? Judging from the pa-i. we
f-houlii say they will not. For a full t li ii ?1 of
then have tin habit oi voting once in it while,
hut minc /-"ciieially ne^leclini' this Ugh pablic
duty; excttsing themselves bj tailing ;it those
who faithfully perform it. If the Kepiihlicins
of New-York voted u generally as the riegtoes
of the South do, Ave shoiihl lie ?ilile, on WedncH
day morning of next week? to electrify the
countiy with the tidings ol a glorious, sxhila?
rating triumph. Hut the heavy fellows
?He liUly to defeat m ihm, hi
as in have an excuse fog gnetthling or
whining throogh snotbex year that the igno?
rance and fies ol oui Ciu Choose ils ruler.s.
Why shouldn't they, If they hau linne Tiuhlio
ipirit, nose patiiotian, than the mrelUgenee
and virtue ?
We have Dot met MM ReimbUeaB ohjcctioii
to William A. Darling, Ji,. represented mu
City in the last House, and did it to Midi
gettera! accejitaiice that, while our general vote
m the City was iftOQ \,.^ u> ls(;!; ljl.lll u ^
hit vote was increased as foOoWSJ
l*-*M. I still
1.,'irlui^.5,li_a DarllriB... ?
^'"?1.4.'?' S'i
Usnlak.Mil Uui?l^'b iuuc_..>t;.._,i;_
We doubt whether a liku increase on the
VOtC ol' 'lil can l?e shown in una other district
of the. Union. Need we oflhr farther proof
tli.it Mi. I'.ulin;:\s murse in (tagreei wasciiu
nently ntisfactory to nil his Bepablican cot."
rtitueiits T
There aie three Democratic ?candidates foi
Mayor who will divide the fOtOSof theil |?.ul\,
hut in what proportion no oik can ,-av. Nor i.-,ii
?my of oai business, cr those candidates, Mi.
Anthon ii bj far the fittest .''ml most worthy
srbe_?ee we bfer that he will n .ine I.
I't mou,iii- v,l(.^. Hut oeitin
nnv -liinlow of claim to one Ripuhlic.-ni vote,
mill we lioj.i? neither will -it mi . Wl ?mi
,!iit mu own ix.'illeiit .-.itu?illili?* bj .-?inii!\
polling 'li?' -tenublicaa rot? l??i lii'.ii, .'ind that
is uhiit are an trying to do. Ami ii Um _*>
publicans win? take other kmnitvls '?ill \ot.* fi?r
Ililli ;is generally and as lu ?utily a<tho-e vii'?
Ii:il)itii;il!.v if.'ii 'I'm TrIBI Um, Wi shall fed
linn,ill.t ture ??I Iii- iii? lion.
NOETE ( ?UOLINAi
'I ?if -ti H'lihp.il.'iiin? anti] Iterated mlichood
tli.it the ?_epubli_aa party in tin- Bout i- a negro
?i.iity. li i- n ceired do more signal, o*, rwhelming
ti bule tlian in the late North Ctorolha election,
A very decided majority of bet regrteTed rot
era are Whlteaj bei people nrr ?bite by a
burge iii.i.i"iit.v ; of lier H"! conntic-, ml ?MrittU
have more Bhseki than Whites. *h?' is emi?
ninth a eontervaHtn Stale; haringgouc luaY
ilv lui Harrison in 184?, ami dedddlj t??i Cla]
in 'li. Her pop-lmtioa ii almost wmlly nativo
to her soil; ami in I860 but lfo,061were llares
out of u total of W3,?7. Yet, u ipite ol' a
dan-aging fend among tbe _tepub3caa leaden
? Whiles) she bal .iu-t tolled np _tyfr) ni,i,itnity
f.?i a ( iinveuLion, anil lil the s.iiin-1 me elected
;i large majority of Badiea-l as delSa-tee,
'I luit ( .invention?.'('iB'escntiiiK n? ?tate, ni.
l.i, linn, hut the whole IVople --wi, couti meit,
nuil will traate little lime in fiaiiin: a t'ou-ti
1 ution ml.iiitcd to liei want- ami _?*>-*? lecur?
ing Kunai Rigbii i" all bei eHisei regardless
,,1 color. A 0OT_s___ an?! l.i | l.itui.- will
tin i, iipi.ii he ric. t? ti, ami l. | m -.uti i\ i m lu-' I
ti) ami welt tilinil to Mai | i;: I .uti II..U-. - ?>l
Congress. Thal (lone, is there a tunan being
hiiii<i or mini eno_t?h to mij>|)"- thal i! i to
, \ ec ne aadoac I
< ONSTITI riox.n ' "\ i ufTION
Mr. Eddy of Otaego on B-.tni__.renewed in
Convention a proposition thal the i?11 be called
each morning. And that tboae ?teni without
h in r should m?t be pan! l??i t!i'' ay's sitting.
WY presume sction wiD be takei thciTOii to
Ilii'l I(i\l.
It i> thr dictate ??I imh'?1 bom -. thal thom
who decline o? iwgleel tlie duties -I ;. publie
trust shall no1 he paid a- tliotrh the) bad
faithfull) in ii? nu?'1 them. Wbceniembersof
a legislative body aie paid so mm- per day?ii
i> undi i-tumi tliit ilu j attend ti? urn ti
Ali?. Hit lulu I ol .'I I '?.IiMltlltiotl.il I
; '::iie ul:... returning t-> lu- omi during
it-, session, *-li.?ul?l And thal ;i bird mun bad
-. t n in t.? abai nt bimsell fur a trek?-no
. what e\. u-i - .uni now 11 . ? 11. i! ,
thai tri t k, v onld at tmce <ii-i liara ! :.
I ? i ? post. ' impud< n? e <>f thal .1'
m tin- he would ierre bim ? tactl i1*;???.. Ami
tin- nile i- ju.-t ;i- fair, ..uni i - : - i t '
im h Brislators .i- foi ??i'?* : da] Uttm re.
Throughout the past SumAw i. l>ii. Dm
: . Ililli lr* til III?' (oil?.!.
all] t! .'-? tl'.in tin- l Hil ? the '
h.ul a bad babil ol itt? mling (u n t! i
timh ii at .iii oi !\ t:i.in I it Mlayrj
P noon?-s. iviiiir Ihreo i
?i, i ?,11,1,1. t ukin*; |>:i\ titi
. \. i\ da) ; and thus th? -? wion
till nu ailjotuiimi i '
\i:t! ii i- in? h. tti t at tin- . I
ii ill be do l" tt? i. io hu g .i- th"?' bo ;
ami tho-e win. in _-i? 11 tbt i ti li
?lill;.-. In f.n t. an) .hi..., i
?"?.'. pei '.'..ii. i.-, staying ?wa) ft_? AU.'
W ? t;u-.t th.it Hit- CoiiV. nt;..I v. ill ;
s,'iti-iii ?l wiih men I. , * M 1 ddy_ i?
soli., Lui m-i-t ih,it thama uhoiegU-rl theil
imtiea (including the irriter h.r.f shall nat
be paid for set idea :h. y fail I i It rm,
whether " >% ii limit I. .im li. ,.
i*, one <i? li t ?te v- bo I m-d eave <
????in e, iiml gom t" W ihingtoo ti
? -- and be paid theri foi. \\ b) sboold
lu !.. i i..! M i"' daj al Albanyl And why
should not the Connmion. Insticted b
own e\|,t rit in t. on! iin th.it ? oi the
l?gislature who ?m- mm pro] . \ !.. I ?
|1,_00 pel ?tritium- -h; ill I'm I. iii : i'm..., foi
each day. abaetiee from dut) b mattei on
what protea! / li n atan t. ? 11 -, t ?? rform a
imiili? duty, thal i- rea on ? aongfa oi do! ;
lag him as though be bad parfoned it. Do
ht di bare titi - trbole matt? r ittli <i en ?
h.i-!- oi juetti .iiiti common ?
TEE IfJA'i lil >n i: I \i t 'Hi
la it- lu .lim? it ol the Irish |-< tt mi tin
Biftiah Qovernmenl bai aiadi no I indi i iBrori
??hin the jut -i m gi ni i.mm than in
banging the tim. Fenians All? n,I..ukin, ?nul
Gould. 'I'h. . mi n bad undi rtahn t..
lome "t til?n i n?iiiiili - from the bands ??I the
police. In the it-Ugglc one ol th. nlhi < i* wa
shut. The .lillie u.is ? ? 1 a ? ; 111 \ hioijht hninc to
Allen, ?iinl there wai strong preumption <?t
the guilty complicity .?! tin oibert though the
proof, so tai m- n bore apon tim, irai no1
din ? t. In tlie eye of the hu?, hi. i!, , ii <,|
course trai mardi i. Wt grant tha li ought t..
he so regarded, though we ma) question tvbal
degree ol ntoral ei-_iinali?t) :ttt.i?!?l to these
i m i m i n i i;i te i?-lin ws, v. ho ?uti d in al probability
from an lionisi ?iihi it unreaaonini patriotism,
and had no -Baling ol animomtytotrard the
man they killed, bo deaire even to take liis
hi.. \\ a- grant thal the jury badin pretal? ta
h?ll ?ni; \enlnl hut nheul L-iiilh , anl thejodge
no power t'> impose any olhii sen i ni' than the
one wini h liai baan ..nu. il ..m. Bal p
nu nt- in? [nal and triai uti s?> brai the) are
proportioned to the offeiiae, but ?? tai ;i- the)
are aalutary to the publie. The p_naltii - La
llieted hy liiiman tiihnnals mi^ht t. hi-not vin
dictire hut en mphtry. Vangaanet ii Um pre
rogatire of the Almight] ; tri bun t<> ?lo only
with the wi ir.iii- and prot?t ti? of sn lety.
The oppouenti "I capital punishnMirl condemn
it hi.iiuM-, however richi] ii m.i.\ m deaerred,
they hi ii? ra thal it inrariabl) di i barm to
thi- eoinniuiiiti. Nom.i.ui ?ni> lioil.i h? lu \e thal
the (lint of the f i i j ?Ia- i\. . m ion li M i ii. lu rs
tir will in-othei than onmitigat* arill Can
anybody B_4*poae *tliai_ih. peace ?I the Dnited
Kingdom \\iil hi non weare, the In - of pub?
lic ollieiis Kihi, the spult t.l lui.mil mu? i
tranquil m mon timorous, i.? i mu ? the luv haj
areagedjltaelf iijiiui these three pM wretches 1
'Ihe cM.iiiion ot All. n, and __-___, and
thuilil i- tin mott iiniiiul.iiil n i nf ?i. i nu nt th.it
11 ni.iiii-.ni has-.et nu mil, ih? caua? wanted
mithin^ so nun h hk ii maityi; now it has
tim e. The people l.iiil \, r) m ,ul\ lo I COO-?
dance In Um lr leaders; the) had eaa ? ?l La ?
_B_aa_M to gin ti,, _ earniagi roi pn poati rom
eampaigni and a_otiira|__tAirrectituai Utah n
hellion \>a.s dwindling down into i ^.i\ al
gUlmila wiiiliiie, su-t,iin. ?I ml] l.\ tho mi.-.!
headstrong and dtsipamta ??i Hun- nun,lui.
Now it I** len ?h.iniir, lu one ii (In- ll.iin?
i? not kindled again, Confidence may not
revive, hut anthuaiaam will; ?uni cntbu
with i Ins] ti
The
Inspire their ennuin men with a bitterer
hostility toward England by their deaths than
tin v ever could have inspind by their lives.
Hoheit Knini: t did more hann to Great Britain
by being hanged than he did by his Dublin La
siiiiection. If he had been pardoned, ?,
ply imprisoned, his countrymen in .after years
would have remembered him for his failure ;
now tlu y an- elevated and Inspired hy the
memory of bU heroism. Bnppoae Smith 0-trien
or ?lohn Ifitchel had been executed after
the ubi in,m ,,r 1848] their names would
have been worth more to the next
rising than hiiinlicils of armed men. What
are their names worth now? If the MU*
tooee of tin se Man. lie-lei l'eu ians had ben
commuted to a long imprisonment, and if then
al some not very distant day they had been
iel at liberty hy a general amnesty, their
power for mischief would have bisen eflbctually
destroyed? and a good effect might have been
produced upon irish lentiment? Now- Irish
i.incur has been inteii-ifii il, and the three men
in their graTSf are mon; dangerous (han ever
before. Popular heroes are never so much to
be feared as when they have gone to that other
WOtid where (lu ir liailties aro concealed from
us, leaving behind then the glemoui ol patriotic
professions) end of rafferingi endured in the
mime of their caiis<\
/: til WA V MANAGEMENT,
The Harlem Hallion! this day puts ils local
ti.tins du a Winter footing, and we, SI a p.'i.v
ipg ciis:,?ir.er, ii tinn tli.inKs to the managers
for the excellent accommodations we have en?
joyed throughout the pas) bummer, sndre>
pi i ?ally lol th.- Minuit I.JSCO tiaili. We lived
on lins mail winn it was poor ami feebly man
Sged -With rotten ears and v.hee/y old engines
that could no1 make schedule time ; and the
Improvement -ince realised is gratifying. It is
iimli ! >tnoil that the load now ]>a\s, anil, ii -o.
we ?ne glad ??I it. Judging by the new build
itoadily going up slong iis lim-, tin
im n ase ni bttainesa catutot be less than
lui per cent annually, which must double
its income every t i SWill milk nain,
mu but ion miles, is undi i >t.i.nl to earn $IJB0H
?" ' ?I.iv, ami the amount is iteadily Incn
Railroad management li yel in its infancy;
but the advantage of building up local bust*
ii? ?. n lid of competing at ruinous rates foi
remote ti iffic, i- becoming quite generallj un
ileretood. Twenty yean hence the income oi
tin Harlem will be st least four times iti pres
regate, provided ? judicious home pot
i(y shall meantime be pursued. It, foi ex?
emple, this road ti versing tb< bet
our City), whence street dirt i- Don carted
? i in the wharves, were I
all that dirt which the contractor would
to deposit from night i>> night in ita cattle
rare, ami whirl thal out into the rural districts,
rig it at o -poit.iiion to the farm?
ers along the toute, the in freighti of Milk,
Krait, V< v\ ... would then by l"' rap?
idly ami laigclj augmented. And thii is hut
I s in w lu, li it- inc..me might
? utily ?mil :? d hi.ni vi n to >?.ii : while
with ?m n I? i .?: ?. from the Batter]
to Math m Kiata, its , farei nould be
. iloiibh d. Bin h a t rack ten
ifould h " ?? kepi * lula In our State who
ii. ve been ?I* im n cv? i to Ji i m y bj ti ?
lull boni now required t>? traverse the apace
n? iw.. n the < itj Hall i: '1 l :'? m Uiver.
With i good undergouud iailio.nl, the Censui
? will 11< dit v.. i sty with :i
Halt a Million, whereof
b1 li i-t 1 iii\ Thousand will \i-?t our City
? ! am. But, n !" m n ti' [titles shall be at
i" .?i.i. ball ih.it population mu homes
in some ni!. i ?lin , t on.
not 1 ilt-flnding. The present man
i.? ?it ni the Harlem la very good -.. good
iii.it it ?' istMi - the hope <>f -till lu tur.
ni. ml? ?-I' Municipal H< form In the
\\ Kith w '.I will bold a ratification meeting
at the Demil! Dispensar) this evening. The
lion. Win. A. Darling and othcra will -
?.ightoi i.iii Warders, turn out.
Ml
nts -i sum ( ? \. i m a i itcikwai ball.
i i.? eighth (?land Bnndaj rouen t at Stein
vi n ii i.i. tari ; titi ' ??!? i i
: ?! with
DM M ' '? Bl?
i ? ' 'i-i belt
?
' ' "ii ?nu nuil: ii. SDd Wa
willi bl ' ni Kui.?
willi his wonderful
!? th the ...nilli v r.'ik
ile g.I |i' li] I MllOS,,"
V. Ii'l li ?
Of Hie il.-vil
|MMMlbl* lil . a ' ! .lilli- lill?. rOSM
l|,.- tam- tu..-. BOCMtora ?'?nilli it t? .1
Ullin-? h. . t.. tbe .1.. i? ' ' World
i
lu eli .-.?lill"
? '-??? ii ii the music of iii?- Evil i lue bad
a h? m ir v ?v?.. n . ii- - i Had .ii.- l'an pa
I. . I IV. a ill. !
sang im ai m ' ' I
i
Unie m N.-w York " TI - bj aft t. II w.i.
,!ai If the uni I ' o ndi red It
i?.i itv v.- certain!) ? lerraule, It w.ih aluosl |_all_ful
to beal '
?
S.'i- ?? ? . '
pul tin predi? linn Hi.ii mliflil ' d i., i? i mi
\. v ?-i l lu I lie m nail m a- in n-1.iii.-i a in Hu | m.-?i j. ins
I. ? i ?rial iii a .-uti-!? like Pareisi should be asked t.? sIdb
-m Ii nu-, a im "(?in-Vi hi Abo," especial 1 j
when itnv are Vi i f..r the perusal of the
Mr (i w ( olby contributed |iln- pi mo
111 . i Uli ?LI 111 II.I'll 11. li? li I el t' I tal II lill lit V I -it I I ii. I) CVillltll.
ii MC n mi .
The delightful conceit hall which .Mr. Theo
dora Tboasaa baa opened on BtztB-atva., aeau rortjr-Srat
-t. mae at ii LUled leal alfbt, mi?! ??? ara arstUsi d la i?a
.??ive tliut lils t-n t.-i pri-i- IB Iii.'Iiiik' with sill.-tanti,ii IS
relj irtvsa us pssf ass-st. Um
lil i mi.i.n .-.i the overtures t.? Wuk
/..".' and Rn ' i s /. II, ? fantasia on /'"?i
il, m li. [(oi ilore, Mu .lilian tro from
l',. eiiuiv? s'aTtb sj i hi'lu 11 ii ii mov? m. nt of s vi t) soli mn
n?,liny, played with exceeding delicacy and aaveral
? ian...- 6) sicm--, and other minor pleci \
- romnli te novi a Ithout (?Minmi,
we bad an enfr* ara. froninls Philemon t tkeucis, a strlli
lui! i oinposliion of in ii ki >t Idi lile i harai ter sir. Thom
? 's violin ohUcsto was besrd to sdVAntsjro In s ?election
i?v Launer, and his neal tympathctli limon added
nliithi iHmi i,i..../?nu overture and s "Thama
ind Variations " bj Mosart Bia William Tell waa au
prrblj ji. lfm mell, aial im BBeoiB was resolute!) di
in inn ed, inn was, ia-t nilli as'"! it'll, declined. These or?
chestral ci.rta ara real!, valuable additions to mir list
? nu ri m nu nts, and II ipi sks wi li for Iba mus?
? i ia ti i.r .s.? Yoik that tiny ara s>? keaalr appia
rlal. li.
ii vii 1? nil u\.
The open seas.m will he ri<iiini?I to-night,
WtMfl Hkiikii nuil Juliet wUlDSbl Mil fur the BSCO-sl tillie.
We BtMoaaa nora sill ia as avarlawlai aseaSi Van
weefc'a interruption In lbs pertortsaneaa liming
uii. iie.l publie curiosity, willie it has i
tbe mai ia;ei to mid very Important atreaajtb o?
tit?) east m iii., t'.!*.m nt BIctMsr ReUlna. uouaod'a
opera, as wi have before remarked, n.'.is re
i?i-ste.l Iii-iii m?.-- before It esn bs fair! j judged, lim rai
? li. t -if th..a* who In ard M on tb? Bra! nura) waa aivnii d,
indi it we iiiiiv rack on sa a verdh t m us f.iva.i in I on
don and Paris it hs* gained iteadily lu popularity, un.l,
.'.<? .1 ?iii.t nut, n ?iii do tin' ?ami
?ill. hi: ima.
M; IMA II' Nul I -.
" M ;t ii? I*?-. Peril,*1 Hie m? ill,una bj Walts
Phillips, Will lu- inliil nt. WulUi k rt'lln utel ti? nihill, lot
tbe fiisi time in Aineiii n
"The Ilium 1'iisoiiei, or the Patriot's
i >;aii sr lit. i .-* it m w drama by Mr Mitsei Latios, win i.o
I'li'iliu . ii In .1 , . ,| |. u nan, I Mu i Hin.
Mi. Il.ni/ will introduce the illusion of H The
Pin inn? Head " min lilt nrogramms (.f autei talnmanl to
night, at bodwortb'a ii iU.
Mi. 1 .?Iwin Adama ? oiiuiK nci s an engngement
tuiiii-'ii al Mi- foo way's I'ark rheiater, In Brooklyn,
?? lin Dead Henri" will in rai.ti d
Mi ' non burlesque, now m rehear
... a
WASHINGTON.
.UN. iiiNtntK's I'miiiAiu.K couaaa ia ion
iANA?geh. dix's itii'i.Kiii. reot*oa?ii In
NAl?OLEOlf?-01 N. afOWEg- i:i.M<>\ Als?lion
I lil .1. WAI KI.K (i\ THL NATIONAL I IN IN' I.-.
? T T*l ?I.? lill Te TUB TKIItl BS
\\ i-ium.iov. Var. st, iH',7.
A ti letrilla from .Ni w "iii ans rnt-ived to-day hy
the l'le-ltli ni -.tile- illili allan- .Me ijiuel 111 tllilt city.
(? n. ll.ineot k h;is not arrived there, hut the steamer
on Milich lu- is tliiiililik' liils i/iiiiiiuleil UVOU ?? b_f
mu.. J' i- sznected that (hu. lluncoik will
reijui ii Gen. ("?r.'iiit t<? revoke ins order ftirhi.iiliiiu re?
instating of officers removed by Gan Bhwxidaa? and
that li? (Hancock) will institute, an imiiiny
to determine whi thai that, he ?my proof of aeni i?.v
the civil min t is tit i .iintiiteil. tending to obstruct the
law. Whet, no -neil piont' lilli he inltluccd, it is NE?
peated. Gen. Hancock will, unless (icu. (.unit inter
jio-.esoie.ctioii. leiiistiitf some of tin- Bt-teofflciali
that hu v.: been i. move?!.
The (?oveniiiieiit bas no1 received any information
that (?eli. Dil h.i? iiiiitli! th?: piopo.itum that tlio
I nit? ?I status join in the European C-__ereaee, as
rt'iioit? ?I in acabit (lis|Mi?.!i. urn tim - I he A?hniin-tUl?
timi cn ?lit the statement, if the i?p?>rt wen- inn-,
however, the East uti ve trobld __?_aprovi of the act
of Dix.
The Tu -nilni some time Iga ici'tieited Mr. Roheit
J. Willk.-I to Kile Ililli his M.'WS ll|it,|| til?' liu.'tlliTill
questions now agitating the country. Mr. Walket
has wrilli n tin in out al length, and has laid the doc?
ument lu lore tli*? l?csidciit. II?; holdl that
i? ireiii linn ni is uf the utmost important BJ.
in e\tiy I?? i-iiitiueut of Iba Government.
Kxpntision, he iaj t, is r?pudiation, contraction is <ie
siiiittitin. Au imini'i uto rctiini t..-?n .le ?..iiinent,
by I--.IUIIIC a foreiKH loan of six pet cent ot three
hundred mi liions, Is the eoutse to inn sim la Usjudg?
nient. It Li iiii'l?! -?f.1 that the i'l. sith lit Will cliih
orate many uf these points in hu loi tin tuning Mes
taga.
It is ann..nu. eil lure that the Wt -'.in I 'i.ioii Tele
graph Compaoj ?iflptofataste -eil tin- __v_r__r?__t
II tit ol tli. n Inn-, ami \ures foi postal '[impost 8, hut
m. min is .lmil.t the autln.rit y of.( iongn -s to imike
su. h a pim ha?. ; and if air,thfatg he ?loin looking to
the SdoptlOD ?it ii teleu'iaplllC po-t.ll BJS- III, It Bl b??
het ti li s e X 11 II t M li I he (Hil \ the tlei l.i lal ion nt mutes
to be 1st out by contracta, _fts_ th. in.muer of p..st
lo.llls.
Mr. I"ln>t of Ma--.il hu-? tt- eil] iiitnxluee th<
following n-..lulu.n m i? i.uioii n. Um i sad-ten's
lilli, au :
?"/, Tli.it tbe Committee on Fr____?ta_ Affairs be
: ?. if .ia), why
n,. i i.i.in,. .;..iitiiiii.'.i beyond toe
i .n..- in.?- lum n il m law, aud report by lull or otherwise,
iwer to send foi persons and papera and t famine
v. I) III ? -.lill.
A atoning paper has the ?Mlowiog e_p?_e
Gea. Grant's recent interferenos with Gen. hi
jeiiioi al- au>l appointments:
i that <}en. '
?? .1 upon n tu
? m the
- . ; :.
\f!. I
the taaue of Oen. Mower's order, (io?. Flanders
radical appointee, telegraphed lo Gea. Qrant.
?
' tbt ippolntmeuts weri
i?.t tit. t.iiiei ... suspended nntil the arriva]
li r expected. It waa
Ls dispatch tuai ?.. n iiiaiii .ii teil, mu? wit bool
received al
tin I
'. oiiiniiKee on the .Fiiilit larv h:ul a n-ry
. anti ilnl nut adjourn until
night Another meeting will be bald to monow
morning on busineee connected with the general re?
in the iiiijn-;i( hinint _SS_< A fio nuil .i;.]>li< atioii
ti to the t ouunittee I
in? t?'.l with the Bjonetal aewss_pei i
? under tui h Kuardi at tin rjaaunittes might re
cjuir?.
i m lift min nt basing 1 ml Infor? the House, bul Dot io
i bi t- re thal t_n_ , I bs n qui if did i??>t re
lbs fa vorabl.n-!ilerati"ii ot the committee.
ire I ' \ ?nil bara to hi eoaied after the Haass
shall ha\i been informed of then OOUteUta Hat
ers ol the commit I ed to Been -y
nothing bas bean -ml bj thaaa to outaid* part
IO 1.1- i ot the t Iial.it ter of the repo.-ts.
.! botre"*_l v..i-i',.eli ol tbi la. I tli.it they Ml
\.ri Lui*?. A report li;.- |>i. \ _*__, that one .>! the
laemiii i-ha- n 11 ntlv t banged his \ len -. tim*, making
a uiaj.'i it y in I IVOI of - r i ? j ?? a? Inn? nt : bul ii" ni I. Tina
non t .m in? obtained to rerilj the tt-teoM at?
(??ii Ste;i.|iii-.iii proposes to lease bera tn-nmrrow
.i N.-v, Qrleanttot-tnusehiso_at__l ?_ntiesas
Collu '...i oifJ?u lat? ne.
IM! TM 'MMI-'VT irsTIMoNV.
11.1. I "i.i II? t.MIN.? IMI'KV? ll'.ll M lil I'.ilil?TlfK
I- \ lin N? i i IBU s ni i ni .ii ni. i LUI
Minn lill I I -I IM? IN ?i Of (.1 N. OB INI,
.uni .ii ITIC1 ' n '.-i, -i . l.i.i Uti -i W ?_*_*,
. um Ml--1"'. li: i:<>i l in-, tTTORXBT?__-Ig___L
BP] i u \ni. DI 11? 11\ i it \ k ii:.
\\ ?8HIXGT0N, Nov. 'J!.- Tim OX? it? ni. ni on
.r,f Imp. a. liri..nt -till eontinaea [tis
? Bing of tin I mrs*, --.en witieii
? >, ?.'., rdaj ti.at a majority >.f the .lu. in iarj
( iniiiiii'' n 1'i.rt in f.ii..ruf lin)., i. lilliput. There
i- im tit.ill.t that tins Hill l'i.'Ve tot., time..-.-. Mr
i inn. lull <.f New* York has hii<i?>i.i>t?*?i?> joined Ila Iss
????at lui-, lu. tt tin.f ftsil'. In t olivers.ltlnli to
da] s Member Bald te Judge Lawn ?.when
t!le tit [lu Jodll mrj I't.llilillllee ,,i.,i -., -Ii,,In.* tln|n ,1, her.
lint he ,iU.i.i - liked i?? sopeort s majority report, s__
! bl , Mild 'I" SO ' " W til," ?a.'l -I !-?
i .i'.ireie ' myeetd
liptill III.' ('..Ill III lit- e. bOt if It'll Vote With tli
raorroi jrou_ tate M B
ion" This IS atl.l 'ii'iisl evi.lt -iit'ti that tue majority rc
ji,i i u in he foe liapt?inhs
??.?n report ..f Gee. orai.'
m?.n) safare the J__t_t_r] Comm se, "-i whleh there
In* lieeii BO um, h -|H-,'e,|.iti,iii ni th" ii. ?-?'.ii"
\l Illili bSB t" ? n l.ieki tt fur Mltll Si. linull illteie.-t. (it'll.
lamlnedlal) u\?_sti sai ttetiB-d is aaV
Iowa
?.I s i.i: im - 11-i |N'"\\.
I have.i the Pn -ni. ut my fi. .in? nii> m i. terence
te the et.iitiitii.il ofs-kln in las Rebel B__*te, Wheal
ibtnet m. > lui.', ?t s i- bi. a,i-e
?oom queaUoo naa np tis wai* h, us Q. pera! ol the Anuj,
i u. i- mi? i. -t? ?i i nu u.'t aware ef aaj latervtev with
ile Prest?entes sstaeet] i tai. *slo-a~] ret oat?
iiirmli ii a i? i-"it f"i iiniii"-ty. 1 thiniKht le; -If at that
i une i inn tin re na? nt. teases why bei aaas .11? nee had
r 1 *-? 11 te the rank of B (.in. ral beahOUld I"' ex.'.u.Lil
flinn B-HStSt) any nii-re than BBS BT_0 liH.l faileil to reuell
Unit rank. I s?n.|,. 1.11 that |...int I tlal net BBS iiiuell
reaato dm Um l_OyOai danes. Thett are laaaabrtwe
points iii it 1 it n,. 1 ni.e 1 t>. lia\e spoken of al the tune. 1
,-ifit rii.irii, bawever, told baa tiiat 1 -st?ught h<? ?a?
unie!, near, r 1 lahl on the IJOjOOOclaiis? than 1 ?rat 1 was
ii,-,i:t 11L? n the pi m laiiiatinii waa read in Cabinet, but
mi \i.w- M.-re not saked l never savi any opinion to
ibi 1 naidenl thal it would be btrtti r at Uiai ume to I sens
a pi*ix I.nea!:,.11 "f "ft lierai aiiiii"-ti .
m Did you ever give your opinion to th( Presl
.1? nt that his I'l'itciaiiiatuui Interfered with thestlpauv
t.eli- lietlli eil t .'111 -. ii .\:,tt ?it'll I ft I
Antwer So.Hlr. I frcuueutlj had to intercede for Oen.
a other paroled ?.tli-?-!-, on the ?tround that their
10lons 1* tin 1 obeyed the laws of Hie United
protected them from a*rreat and trial Tin Preal
dent at that time occupied oxaetl] the same grounds.
\,/ 1i1.it they ahouldbe tried ?nul punished, li. wanted
n. km.m when the timo would come that the) should be
punished, t tulil luin nut mi inn*; ss they obeyed th. laws
?plied nuil the stipulation. 1 hat m_? the ??round
1 look.
?.' Did you not also lnstel that thal apr?l*ed m well to
the common soldier 1 A Of course; M applied to ever]
nue wlin im k tin nari.le. hot thal matter was i."t fan
rssaed exccpt lu 1 of tin li id. rs? it lA?mcd
that in iurrenderlua theil armies sod snot the] bad
done what the] coula no1 au of them han been oom
iteUedtodo, sa a portion of thurn could bave escaped,
hut the] surrendered in ronalderatlon of the fact that
ih. \ Mil. to bi exempt from trial so long sa the] con
formed to the obligations the] had taken; ami the] wen?
entitli ii to th.it
? You looketl on that in tlio nature of ?1 part.le, uml
lunl ih.it iiu.t .,ililli oui] be in. ti ?.vina Un.? violated
ihit parole 1 \ ??? thal was Hat ?rat? 1 took.of the
I1UI -I'tili.
i,? iimt ia mur li.'M- 1*1 iii t \ Ves, Ilr; sn>qtiest1eu*
at.n
i- Dullen understand that to sejfgjtoOea Leal A.
t '11 lalul)
1? Thai wes your unitentandt-f <>f the anangemenl
Min. h um m.nie m iih ion l.I A That waa my under
staudliiii of .?" m lu;'-nu i i whleh 1 pra?e xnluiitiirlly.
i,-ii |*f*e*S Minn Was the Bra! to muren.1er. anti I lie
lieuil ih.n with such tennsall the Kebel annies would
surr. n.lei. ?uni iii it wa wo iW thus svuld bsshwhachlni
m h.nun,11 e,m of tin war In a way thal ?. would
mil,.' un nnie progress with, _av__ m? lags? Is ed
ai inn", to n,1 . t
.. Vou e.iii.i.leii ,| lint the iik<> terms were given h V
i,, n Sherman to the srmlea which -urrentliie.t t? lumt
\ ?,.-.. su, ami to ill lim R] mi, I Hi ii .hihi .I. 1. ii alter
ilnl
?t tod you held that so lone as they kept their parole
nf honor, aud obey. .1 Ihr laws, the] were no1 ?ui.j..tii.
\ . n .1 is mi opinion
u t am not un.i< sertaln whether I
aasjliaftaajtriai at whn Is'tn-lag tnod by tho question?
, "'" __'.''."''"? ____5 n"ttni"K ?ni' ??';? i a a bissa.
feg aa to the President's proclamation, and to tin-views
h.Mrntci tallied. IllU you Klve the...- v ir w s to the. l'issj.
flBB. (/nm'. -1 have stated those vl-r- ? tn tim l'r<is|.lent
rr.-.jiieiitiy, and. as I have said, be dl-agu? 1 w11
tlin-e Views. HoiI.hl'K.loiilttlll.l! hu,,- l?.
punished, and wanted to know *h? u ti,. Um.
oonae that those person? ..mid I.? tiied. I mld.l.int wheo
t-iey-violated their parole. a
Q. lud vim e. .imn ter tbat tbat appllet] to J. ir Davis?
A -.Ni?, sir. in- ?lui not take an. pan
'l Hu .lid not .surrender 1 A Ko,*8lr. It applied to
nu person who waa captan ?1, only to tlio.-e vvli.? were na
ruled. a
'M.'iil the President in-i-t that (;.n _M should Is?
tried i.irti-.-.iHii, ; a. Hi contended . w
(?.And vou claimed to bira tbat the pai ole whist, Oen
Lee bad given would be violated in such _, trial; a 1 dirt
I insutedoii it that i;,M1. ts-c would not have aurm,a?rs_i
his ann? snd given np all their amis If hi -?.; i-...,-,i t,\T,
inter surrendering he was going to he tried tortreaaois
and bund 1 Umn?ht ?, ,,?. ;i very.1 ea__va___5
tortheirv?ofafewleaslert%gettli Lriiisand
ki 1t11iKtl1.il.-1 |vi - und. 1 control, bound '?>? tin ir<,at!ntn
obey the la wa. That waa tim consideration windi I in.
sibted un..n wa bad recetvad
Q Dm tho President argne ttuat queattoa with 1 \
liiere was not much ai i;iiiiient iilnnii it. it was nn-relv
i(--i-itinii. *
(J. After you lind expr?s-d v, n Miates SbOSd it did
he coincide with youl A. Ko, Sir, not than He after
ward gol to agreeli g wltbi thai ii evat
( aimi .I thal the parole gavethi political
right whatever. I thought that thal itter en?
tirely with ?ongTCM, over whiob I had no control; that,
simply as Qeneral u. 1 bli f. 1 ommandlng the anny. I had
a 1 unit to stipulate foi the surrender on terms ? hich ino
teen.1 theil lives. Thal is all I claimed, [ha pande?are
them protection aird exemption from punfshm nt lot .ill
- not m violation at tin- rules of ( Ivlllzcd warfare
so long sa their paroh w.isk. pt
1,1 in? von n 1 i.ii'-i t at what time von had these Baener?
Rations! ( an .mu-tate anv.pa.ticiilai Line, or up to any
partlcnlar tima when tin v w.?r finished! A. The
conversatlona were fre.in.-tit ;tft.-r the iu.iii_-ur.i
tlon of Mr. Johnson. I cannot give the time. li. -
to !>e gazions ta not at the leaders to nunlah them He
would say thai the leaders of the th beiuoa mu?! be pan
ished, and tl.it treason must be made odious li- 1 ?red
nolliliiir for the mell in tin- launs, the Mranuon nn-ii; ho
would let them go for the. were led Into II h. tim
ti v..i, that prior or aubsoi>uent to bia pro amationl
A K ?? 1 t I think.
(?. lin va.n recollect at any time urging tbe Pre?
go further In granting amm-sii tlmu hr?_had gone Ui bia
proi i.atlon 1 a. Justas I said Before, [could not -.-.-any
rby the in t of s volunti er rlaing to th? raak of a
General should exclude lum any m ra than sni ..Mut
With reference to tbe fthjaoa clsnse I tiinught
that a man's success in tin world was BO reason for his
being excluded from amnesty, hut [recoiled afterward
saying to the President that I tbonght Sa was ri^ht la
tbat p.irtii ular and 1 was wrong
Q waa that said to you in eonveraatlonl A. I have
beard hin aay it ,1 number <?f tim? s. he Mid ii to rae, and
he said It In my presence at the tin..- thal ikiU ga Ilona
were coming op to bim from tbe South.
Q, What persons do you recollect as being present at
iversattons -I mean, what Soathern asea 1 a 1
did not know them at til. 1 recollect that mi oin u ,
be talked to a delegation from Rich mond In that 1 1
do not know of any other , I nei ei 1 hangi d my vtowe; ii
Ii?- wa.? SOlnS to stive amnesty tn a Soldier at all, 1 did not
s. e w liv tim fact of a man's hav i!i_- rn-i u ' ? the runs of a
i should be a reason for ex. ludtng him.
0 Did you not a.Ivis?, tin- President that it waa proper
ana right he should grant amneat? 1 A. Ido sol 1
said anything on that subject ; 1 onlj looked on th< proc?
lamation as one which he waa determined to issue, and
,1? 1 t!, ilili-lidnmli! or impi ?n nient.
(j Did y ou not gi ve your opinion at all that .1
ought t.? i?e granted to tims? people to any extent 1 a. i
know that I waa in favor or some p;- "f the
sort, and perhaps I may nave said so; it n
rnething to 1 rernments and civil law
-1 p th it done, but do not think I ever
pretended to di? tate s hat ought to be done.
(?. !>id you t it advlaa t _ . 1 di n't thd ' 'I.
I hav. givenmj opinion, perhaps, as to wbal has t?e??n
?l"i!(. but ! ' if. any
more than that I waa vet. inxious to
s civil 0 nta In th.
ildent
as to what should be? done 1 A I do not think I did; after
Hing to 1 ipn si an opl
? 1 ippooe Un- I're-iili i.t called on you for advice ob
\ [ say I waa te invoi ? ? v
reelrll
ita\} MBOarneM CSUld 0?- dom under
. -'
it anytliitn. t A. N
. Ey Iii n to be
did not Bsanme t- j?rate
y, bot that wheal any Question cans up,and
...in waa aake 1 at wa?
tn nr h id dune, v mi l'i ve tn \ Iii it
Hy, and I presumed the whole CommittN
.m. 1 have always been attentlv? to my own
ad tried not to interfiere with other people's; I
vi a- ; 1 iw.-?\ a ii ady ro originate m itter? pertaining to th?
army, bnt I never vv?s willing I
tainlngtothe Civil Government of the United States;
? -i di na
[wm willing ('> nive II sd no pisa, and sog
gestad no plan for Civil Government; I only gave ray
?.???us ?m tiieu.iiri s aftfi- they had In-en originated; I
ezpresssd ?n anxiety thataoa ni?! tue?
dono to giva soma aort of control down then then wi m
nments there when the war was over, and I
vi anted m m ? some l?ovei -lied, and a aat. .1
I.i ni 1- it dona ?|ii:i kly: I did BBS pretend IS SB* how M
should be ?loti?', or ui vhat form.
? I ?.inline luv qoeatlOBS eulin lylo
war and peace. In axpreeaing the opinion 1 !;.?r ivme
lal le linne .Hill do!,e ijU'a kly, ?lid yn'l Ill.ike *,
suggestion of what ought to be d I will
.-tat.' bera thal before Mi 1 roln'a naeasatnattos the
question about laanlng a proclaaaatioa ol some sort and
r of iii :. govei nun nt ti
nuit what wa- ?l.n.e then was continued after Mr. John?
son caine in'" on
',' : mel
A. I waa pre. nt, I think, twice dunug Mr. UmoIS'8 Ad
ttttolstranon, when s proclam?t um that had besa Bas?
ai : : .lil
along, and 1 waa thass with Mr Jean -
tj. i ml von ten? l'r?-.d?-ut Johnson your opinion oa the
subject of the proi'lama non which von say wa? u before
Mr. Lincoln'a d-Mth ami wa? ? ? min.ned Biterwara I A I
Klvea my opinion on particular passages of it.
^. Tell ua what oonversaUon yon had with th? Pratt
?11 tl.e siii.jiii 1isf.11 . A. 1 have
said once or twice, as far a? lean recollect, 1 I
with two clanto.?? the proe!ea?atl_si as to tha paul al
establishing Provisions! Uovarnots theret thal ?as a
?liiestiini will? li I knew nothll g BDOOt, ard which I do not
iiiiilli'ct hav mar expressed an ojniuort aboot, lue only
:, i i.-, oil? 1 t h iv .- I 00 that SUl Ct at
a : m t- to the H.i nt iry of w sr l tboughl t L? ra would i*s
? ?'ettiiia.' peoph doa n there to ?0 - ept of?
t: es, but I found aftsrwara they wait resdy enough to
take limul.
Hy tht Chairman.?Q. If I understand rou correctly.
the onl. i.pmum yon eai.ad, and the only advice that
roa gave, \??ie in rnfereac? to tin mlUtary title of tha
in, ard not in r?f?ren?a to tbe civil Iel \
Ig furt-M 1 !h.'.n that I was BBXrOlU thal soinetlilUg
! be done to restore soma ort of Uovernmant.
?] Bnt you gave no advice astowh t should be dona I
a [ nve no ad vice as to what should bed
?'? ri<h'ui>:f (.} ytsti Mi.sversatron yon had 00
that subject I ? I bave had repeated conversations with
the President, bul [cannot specify w hat tboae coavaraa
1.1.1.4 wera, an] toort Uran I nsve already dona
1/ Did von na oiiiiimnil 1 ? a.nu ?.ein raia ol the Confed
ru'iv to the Pr?sidant for panton who faU within
1 \? in;?'
A tea, Mr: I rceoiiuiH nded <;.-n. lan .??-tri cr. I think, a
y. ar and a h i if :ic>. and, slthongh I ? sanol rai ??ile. t the
name of anybody else, I th?UBI isooaaraaadwt s?vcral
others.
tv? i>o von recollect reeommeniUng J. o. French.a
graduate of West Point I A. Yea, Sir.
t( What part ?lui ha uka to the Kebellion I A. lit-waa
.1 Brigadier (.. neral.
v? Ha- ha a gradnatS of West l'oint I A. He was.and a
. lassmate of mine.
1^ Do you recollect recommending the pardon of Geo.
H rjtuart 1 A Vi a, Hr.
t%? What part did he take :n tim Confed?rate aerviee I
A Iii- w.is a (.dural; hu took no ver) t oli-pl. uoua
t? R .dilate of Weet Point I A. I think 80,
hut not s . ? _wm ?te of mine.
i<. Wis there :u.v special clrenmstanca in his case
which you considered I A Yea, Sir. I did that at the to
-taiiie "of 1.1 ii Hunter, and as a i ? to him, and
l did it because it affix :<-.l u. Stuaifa
wife was a siam h.conalstenl li. on woman throuahtrnt
li..- war. no! vviih-t.uni,n_ li? -r basband a ?- ?el
army. Iiiunk she nevaswent South 9 to*
vo!e?l t?> ih? 1 niou chum? as any woman whose iiusliand
v..,- on our B4d?v lhere wa? oonslderab'.e 01 ?i_ertj m
uni t\ huh had not been .-.'mis, an ii which Beto
henil ?I, mu? 1 thooghl that his vv Ife and his children were
entitled to that property. Uea Uantar tbougst aotaa
My recoluineiidatioii was not out of any fav 64 I t"i?eu.
Btuart
Q Wara thaaa c_ren_Dstonoea presented to the President
as a reason foi his pardon I.A. I do MS know thal l'i?'/
were or wen not; Imerelj signad a recommendation
i? i?al ti:, t contato Tin- statement vm have given! A
I _U> not recollect whether It dad 04 bo4 1 do not kuow
thal 1 itatod the circumstances to the Pn ildk 11
ti. Do you recollect signing the recommendation of M.
1? I . I.ni. a Ki Ih-1 li:., ula i ... 1 1.1I f A SO, Bil, ,1"u't
recollect of tin re being auch .1 denara! la the Kct>el
Barries
tc 1 he report In the House ia that lu waa pardoned oa
theracommendatlonofOen tirant and Jobi ii
V 1 do not nil net any such person as John HaxcocS
or the Qeneral samad.
Q. Ho von recoUeot Lloyd J. Desn"Besllf" A. -e?,
Hit '
l1. Uni von -ia'ti mi application or make a recommenda?
tion for his pardon I A. 1 do not think tile in.r.l-. wiil
sh??w thai I recommended ins iiardon, bal i am not
sin?: I km.w that In ?. nt ins application (brough me
with rennest that I should ?end it to tbe Preaideiil with
some indorsement; my recollect-ims is thal Imaflesaoasa
Indorsi mool sa io his _-cner.il cbarat t. r, vi lu. h was lugo,
up to tha lm akiiia.' OOt of the war. BJ ai.v m iii I could Ije.
.. Wera von acquainted with bl ? pn
breaking onto/to? wari A. Oh yea. Sir, for many yi -
I .loi,'I think I rci.-on.tiu 1.de.1 lim?. Ml i m.i> B?f? doue
'(? Do von ssasOaal i' D ?eddy. aaaStshaaBaSaj
i;i,?i<li.-i-(..in-i..il A. Vi-, sir. I.loiioii'. at-twSaB
1.n Indorsement waa in noddy's case, but I know tnai n
1 bad to.I,, u over again I would : 1 unueiid his pardon
ven iiulckly, uni 1 presume I did e-o if he is sol pai
1 jet I would be ve.) glad t.? aigu u ret-ommen___
tioii for linn now .
lion ror lum now. . , ?,_,.,__,,
(i Do you rea ollect ?nv other ottlcers of the Hebel array
re i.-. ou.iiii-iHied tor pardon by you? ?_"?;l'"'
I cannot mention any. You hav.- alra??4y^a?s averia
( (?iinussion, on account of ?onie ni?;"
in \.nt li du-..lina I do not reeoiiei I ev. r n.iv u,h i.uki n
'n- ?liol ?tol I _M1 turultm What] vc u
ni, .11...?.out l.l.n. irroelve.l oneappeal niter .'I..
1 , in nieketi-behalf, not only from lum hut iromolh
iVi-11 heani wise had known him before the war.
ti imvoi k owwhetlier he has been pardoned yet!
vi' .1 1,1 know 1 waa noi lu i.v,.- of Ins pardash nor
was I In favor of Ina bein*- m- <l by ? Mtlititry Commis?
sion I think lus arl eat an-iety was toe*, iiv. SOBBC ?SBBt?
ance that he w.mid not be taken up afld Imurl'oned fee
iifiiiiises aliened him against lum as a command* 1 ia Noah
Curollna. liewantnl to be able to go lo w 01
ahviui. Itlsbkeh In ki h ?> ree_n_in a ... ?. 1 ...1 hi- be

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