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WHOLE jsro. 10,916. ' JSEW YORK, J^jHY, JULY 20, 1866 MUCK FOUR CENTS. WASHINGTON IMPORTANT PROCEEDINGS IN CONGRESS. PROPOSED ADESSIOH OF TKIESSEE. 4 Resolutions Introduced in Both Houses for Hex Immediate Restoration. lnoaiideration in the Home of a ftesolntion li the Seme Effect Referred to the Recon itroctioa Committee in flareh LatU Ae Democrat! and the Bingham Wing of the Radicals Voting Together. BRTBII1NED OPPOSITION OPTfliD STEVBM. A Vote U be Takes ei the Resolitioi in the Home Te-Day. iwaft hi the Senate ef the BB1 PrevMlag Cm- the FuAof of the Public Belt. TM Diplomatic Appropriation Bill Finally Passed. fto Office of Minister Resident to 7ortnraI Abolished. RESIGNATION OF GENERAL ROUSSEAU. fte. fte. * o. WiSHinoToii, July 19, 1M4. Henloration ef Tcmmm*. The Secretary of the Siuu thia afternoon received a I dm mi from Governor Browniow, dated to day, aj tag ? "Battle fought end won. Constitutional amend ?iil carried in the Houie? forty -three against eleven. " ?eadds that two of the members present refused to T?Mk Thia intelligence aoon spread among the members ef both branches of Congress, and evidently produced ?soch delight At a subsequent part of the day Repre ? aeatative Bingham called up a molutlon heretofore Made to recommit to the Committee on Reconstruction the bill reported several months ago declaring Tsaaaaeee to be one of the Unitsd wtiM. pro Tided she sasente to certain specified conditions, m abject was to immediately bring the matter to a vote ?f the House. Representative Stevens ineffectually en deavored to thwart this purpose. The republicans were divided on the iasue, some of them positively saying that the telegram purporting to come from Governor Brown low might be incorrect or a fabrication? In other wet da, they were aot satisfied ef the reliability of the information. The democrats by voting with one portion ?f the republicans defeated several motions to adjourn, ssd did all they could by their voles to second the efforts af Mr. Bingham. Oae of them remarked in a playful way that they wanted to admit Tennessee before they adtearued. Finally Mr. Bingham succeeded in offering far the bill of the Committee on Beconstruction s substi tate dispensing with the conditions precedent, and de claring Tennessee restored to her former proper practical relations to the Union, and admitting her denature and Representatives to their seats, provided they can take the prescribed oaihs. The subject having. been squarely placed before the House, and as the question will oome up for determination soioug the first business to-morrow, an adjournment was carried. A proposition for a like ?eject was Introduced In the Senate. The prospects are thai both houses wlU to-morrow agree to restore Tanaee aee to her former proper practical relatioas to the Union. Governor Brownlow's telegram stimulated or superin duced these legislative movements. Ylaitore at the White Hoaae. The PreeMsnt to-day received s few persons in the library. Secretary Stanton had qilte a long Interview 'srith the President thia morning, and Lieutenant General Graat was engaged with him tor a considerable time this afternoon. Jsdge Ntaaehary Closeted with the Preeldral. Rsary Maaabitry arrived by the evening train, drove la the White Houee soea alter, and wae rioeeted with the Fraoideat till aearly tea o'clock. Senators Cowan, Mor gan, DuoHtde and Norton, Secretary Welles sad others were waiting In the ante room. The He he! Ueacral Kerreet Denied aa Aa dleaee with the Prasddeat. The rebel General Fernet called at the White Heuee this morning ft m Ult but did bm saeceed m ehuiaUl* 5S auiieocl ? - Uapapalarity af Uaveraar Feat aw with lite t?- Kadleal Friends. Seme el Ike radicals sre already ?peaking ominously ef Governor Featoa's growing unpopularity In New Terfc, sad throwing eat lattmatloas that It may he I accessary la place seaM other aame at the heed of the ticket lis renomiaatien la likely to be cloaely <oe **"* Radical Dwdge ta Obtain the Tatea af the Praia aa. Oeaeral Banks, ef the Committee oa Foreign Aflhlrs, wtll probably before the adjournment report a proposi Uoa to repeal the aslstlag Neutrality laws of this ooun try, and subeUtute therefor the eiMUag laws Greet Brttaia oa the same subject. This will be intended as a trap to Rated the Featan veto; but It wtll be proposed with no lateatioa of He adoptioe by Coa?rees, It being aademoed thai there la ao time for action by the Mbau. The Nat tonal (J Blew Cea vent lea. Reepoaaee to the call tor the National Vnioa Coavea ttoa. at Philadelphia, are coming In from all quarters, ( North. South, Kast and Wsat. and from lafiueatial m"u repreei ntlng all shades of political opt a km. Thess let ters all breath* the earns spirit of attest. ?ent for the aaioa of ail the mates aad the oonaUtat onal rights of each. ( on venuoas have either been called or already held for appointing deiegatoe by a majority of all the ' Males, sad everything indicates a fait attendance of wise aad patriotic men. Fereaaal. Secretary Seward left ihe city lest evening rather qaietly, aad ao due to the place ef hie visit has train, pi red. He le expected beck to-morrow. ' ? ? r Foster, tormer Lieutenant Colonel of the Hud aoa regimeat, la Ihe newly appointed Collector of Caa ?ems at Wilmington. N. C, aad aot Jobs foster, ss bee heea gsaeraily reported. Geaeral Quimby ia la the city. Ksslgmtlss ef Heaeral IssMraa. General Susssis i today telegraphed hie reeigaauea to the Goveraer of Keataeky. ?area- Thirties aad Flve-Twewl In. The Secretary ef the Treessry has sutherised the ac i iplsan of seven thlrt.es from say holders la siohaage for tva-twealy bonds of 1M4, upoa equal terms as re specie prasipal, tbe interest being adjusted according to the amount due oa each security The I eastern Trsee arsr la New York bee bees maktag Ihe sachaage far aome dags past, but in ooaeequeneo ef the prseiti high Fries ef sevaa thirties aot maay deautade era received There law little advantage ta tover ef the five-tveaUee at pnseui that helders ef assail asaoaate sf aovea thtvtiea do eat Aad it to their letereei to avail ihemeelvee df ihe ippsrisaity offered to change them. ng^Mffihat a ivyy IMIW sf Itaiwew 000 P0'** have been issued surreptitiously and lha4 thsy ?r'< pud when redeemed, there being no way of doteot In g them, is innorrect, u has been ascertained by in quiry of the propor officers of the Treasury Department. No bonds or coupons have been surreptitiously Issued. The report probably grew out of the faol that some cou pons, with numbers apparently duplicated, were re deemed, but which proved on investigation to be simply an error In numbering. Arrest el CsMlrrfritrri. The secret service division of the Treasury Department is still arresting persons implicated in the late forgeries of compound Interest bearing Treasury notes. The last two arrests are Jim Colbert and Rans Abrame, both old offenders. Ben Boyd and "Trout," two old counterfeiters, have also just been arrested in the West, and are now imprisoned at Sprlngleld, III., for manufacturing fifties of the same notes. They are printed from plates mads from stolen impressions from the genuine. The New Tsi Law. The legsl branch of the Bureau ol' Internal Revenue is working day and night In the preparation of the new tax law In a consolidated form with the previous laws for the public printer, and it is expected that this busi ness will bo completed in about a week from to day. The printed copies of the law, as It passed through the Committee of Commerce, will be ready for distribution among the officers of the Internal Revenue in a day or two. Kcr* ofConmiU. A communication from the President, In compliance with law, ghres a list of the aggregate of al eeived by the various oonsuls and consular agent*:? During the last year those at London were over (33,000, Liverpool (117,000, Manchester (28,000, Montreal (11,000, Pari* (4a, 000, Mslsmoros (14,000, Havana (23,000, Hamburg (10,000 and Belfast (0,000. These are the (argent, amounts, and the scale descends to very low figures * Kdsrsties of Freedmrs. Dr. P. B. Randolph, formerly of New York, now of New Orleans, is on here to arrange, if possible, some plan whereby the freedmen may be educated at their own expense. Ho has had several interviews with officials, all of whom encourage him in the sensible view be advocates ? that of preparing the negro for the potdilon of good citizenship. He is to have an interview with the President to morrow. Hritlnh Postal Arrsncrmrnl*. An arrangement has been made with the British Post Office (or the transmission of book packets and packets containing samples of merchandise of no intrinsic value, In covers open at the ends, and subject to the usual regu lations of the British mail packets, from Panama to any other port in the United States of Colombia, or to any port in Keuador, Bolivia, Chile or Peru. New York and San Francisco are the United States offices of despatch. Appoint nieats. 1 bo following appointments were made today /WmoKti? S. W. Delong, at Huntington, Ind. ; John M. Graham, __ at Cairo, III.; General T. 0. Osborn, at Chi cago, ill. ? H. K. Davis, at Lex'ngton, Mo. ; John W Deal, at Chamb?r?()urK, Pa. ; Joshua Jowh, at Trenton, N. J.; George B Tlllfon, fit Sicubenvillo Ohio; Mrs. George E. I'arihall, at Lebanon, Ohm , VV K Krulih, at Hillsborough, Ob'o: John Sell it /nor, at Miue<iloo, Who; Frank Harman, at Oherlin, Ohio, '"baric* ball, at Osb ko-b, Win.; Calvin riklnner, at Maionc, N Y. , John S. Allen, at Williatnabnrir, N. Y. , Thomas E Hatch, at Ke?ne, S. H. ; Josfaui Varner, at Dover, N. U ; W.1 lanl Hmall, at Autmni, Mo. P. Ferguson Beach, Surveyor at Alexandria, Va. , Albert G. Edward*, Assistant United State* Treasurer tl SL Lioulii, Mo. ; General Andrew Hickenl'iier, frilled stato* Marshal for tbe Southern diMrtct of Ohio ; Arohtr M. Martin, Assessor Seventh dlctri- t of -Pennsylvania; Gen. Orlando B. Wilcox, Aaaeenot First Michigan district. The PrwiJan* to day seat to th* -euatc the nam'' of Josopb F. Wilson, herotofora Chief Clerk, for cnnilrma uod a* i.'ua>uMi?T of ine t.and eoh^, vjco J. at id mundo of Michigan removed. Edmund i l? a violent radical, and was to have hud charge of the Detroit Pot', bat wan outwitted by Carl Shunt, greatly to the disgust ofamsny of the stockholder* ?!m> bad aubacrlbed with tbe expectation that Edmunds was to be tbe editor of tbe paper. Urriiisa la Relation fa Deserters. The Second Qimpi roller of tbe Treasury has decided that when a soldier on bis return from desertion or ab sence without leave is -entened to mske good tbe time or his illegal absence, will be paid at tbe rates that be obtained while be was abaent, and he will not be allowed tbe benefit* of any law changing these rates until be slialj bare satisfied tbe sentence or ssrred a time equal to that which elapsed between hn desertion and the passsge of tbe Isw. The Paris Kahihiliaa. The secretary or State to-day sent a conmunication to tbe Hotise In reply to a resolution of that body, en closing a letterflrom .V. M. Beckwltb, Hpetial Commit ?toner Geueral to tbe Paris Exposition, in wtich be ssys, under date of June 9, ihat at a meeting rf the+'rsm h Scientific Commiasion. tbe imperial Commission and foreign commission*!*, the following suggest Mas were made by the English .Scientific Association atd approved, ?li first, to form a collection of tbe wtlgbls, mea sores and coins of all nations, to be ublbited in tbe palace of tbe Universal Exposition of 1M7; sscond. to organise an international committee, charged especially with tbe formation sad exhibition of this collection, and to devise tbe most efficacious methods of promoting uniformity, third, m accordant with these vtews the imperial Commissioner has apportioned the space requisite for tbe exhibition in the palace, and formed a special committee onnerted with tbe scien tific commission, which latter Is the commsaoement of the internal tooal Committee ta be charged with the sub ject. Mr Beck with respect/oily re-om mends the ea operatioa of the Called Htatea aad the appointment of a commissioner to be added ta the lapenai Commission. TE1&TT-IIBTH COVOREBS. First Wsssiaa, ? BV ATI. Ws?e ti'tro*. Jaly 1#, IMfi nuusrsr ism* is ms roctaxa* aura. Mr M<?ltu, (rep | of*"W*., frot* the Committae on Ccmm>?ce, reported the joint reeolttioa m relation to the pay sr.iTac ousts of ooilectora jf the revenue who have failed to take the reqttired oah of oB'.s, with aa amenUment, a* a substitute, as foikffi ? Resolved, eta.. That the SeAetary of ihs Tresiury be and It hereby sutbortxed te pay a r?s?o?>> e compensation to tb* persons be has employed fur tbe aii pees, aad who bsvs bees ariualtv eogafd la colleetlnc '? reveau* wttbln tbe HUlri is insurrection, notwu*sleu*t|g tbe filler* or iaa MlMf of s?ch peraoss to tabs the oath of o*ce rr-,u ny lew. provided ibat aald romuenaetlen itall net '?* great* la a ay esse ikao thai provided for by bw ( * offers of tbe revenue performing such i?rrl<-?; S?d frulM farther, thai this at shall no' be d*ea?ii to anboiiss .bs roebau. aaea of such pereoee is suck employ miet Ibis resoiutioo was ordered to be plnted *auBGA.*l?-*TK>* or rwt *? vv osrssniTVT Mr Garav, irep ) Iowa intro?. iced a MB to re organise the Navy D*p*rttneat and fix the pay of it* officer*, which was referred lo lb* 1 emmiuo* on Naval A lair* Ii , the office* ?nd ?alare* at follow* ?Assistant Hacniary 16 000 chief dark oa> rhief clerks gf btmins *2,?>0 clerks of 'le?* fire VtO meseengti 91,300. arsinant lusaaeii^ert |v00 l* K?r?ni f 740 fhep shail be Infthe oBcefoi tbe He retary and rhlsf clerk e g|t clerks of class five four of class fosr five of elili Ihrss, and two of class 'me. In the Bureau of Talis and Decks there sliall he on* civil englne*r at fl.M, and one draughtsman at |l,it<n per * num. also one chief clerk, ase cterk of da fnw two of dais three two of rises Iwo. sad ?e of class one. la lbs Buresn or Nsvigsttoa th?ra sBIl b? on* chief clerk, one <>f < less foar aad one of cla* two la tb* Bureau or Rqn pment and Recruiting tie* shall be one chief clerk, one of else* four, two of r|ea three, two of rla-e tee and three of claaa one In be Horeau of (Mam * there shall be om draughunM, one chief clerk, os* rlerk of ?? laa* four, two of rtm three, aad two of > la?? two in the Bursas of Coarttc turn there ?hall be o*e drs'igntmaa. on* chief cMk, eae <A claas fosr, two of ciae* three, two of riaae *a, aad one of class see In tbe Bureau of Meant Rag iwf mg there shall be one c.tnef clerk, oa* of claa* fosr, M ewe of claa* three la the Bureau of Prevision* >ad < lot hint there shall he oa* chmf cleft, oae of elae* (ir, thr?> of etas* three five of claa* two, aad two of hn oa* r-r.nraeasTto* or <w 1 1 atoaa fte iisia' Mr Moai.sB, .rep ) of > T , from the Oommi'M on Com aians, reported lb" Mil to fix the eoaspeaMt^ H eertaia eel Me tors <f coat hi aad for otker |>vrp?ea. with ssaeadmeaia 1 1 *trk*a -n< the peovteine r* ? it* to aalarloe aad cor p ??i*at?on of fiepe'.y ? nil -pr*. naval oOrers aad aur> ?r jrs, aad iBaerv* * a^otioa gjli4 *ucb oAeer* la tb* p ? s of Boatoa. Maw Tork/iew Orleans aad Kaa Fran, ero fiS *00 per aanim -arf It ei teed* the provleteae of the set of Apr i ?, 1*4 la eraastng tha c e' la*yecte?a of e ,<??? ?e Jaly 1, isad Tha hut w*a oedwa I ta h* prnt-d ttv.Bt n* WiV avas re* tru L*?v?n Mr. Brvwasv, (r*p , of Mev*<!a. frea thi ' <r*iUee ea Pehltr lands, reporCMl the Mil grsatieg the ifht <4 way to ditch aad eaaai nweer* over th* aaBu- lad* la Ifcaftafty *f <alifbv?i% 0 mi tim #th m amendment as a substitute. it protect* minor* In such right o( way ami in tba rights of priority or possession a^ recognized ny the local ihimow and d'-oistoas of the court* In those mining district*. The b.U was orderod to be printed. rb?T MHrra. Mr- Ramiav, (rep ) or Minn ., froir. the fommiittee on Poet Office* apjl t*ogt KoaOH, reporwfl the House bill ?wtal>. lishing certain post mites, with verbal aiuuudtueuts. The bUt was postponed an til to-morrow. ?vssiv. mssio* on rmr>?v. Mr. Moanux offfiro'l a resolution setting aside * riday, the aotb lust , for the < moderation of bitU from ibe District of Columbia, which was s mended so at to order au evuning session for the purpose uauied and then adopted. TBI roan and rins. Mr. Joawao*, (dem.) of Md , called up the bill for the relief of the sufferers by the late Are at I'orUaud. As originally reported, the bill provides that the Pre-id>-at shall authorize the purchase of provision*, etc., lor the sufferer*. Mr J<HTi?o? off* rod a substitute for the original bill, directing the President of the t'nlted states to tender to the Governor of Maine $60,000 In the name of the gov ern men t of the United States, for the relit for the sufferer* by the Ore, to be used in sirh manner a* he may deem adv itnabto. Mr. Tstncnnx, (rep. ) of Til. . oppnrod the bill. He did not know where tho authority came from to pass such a measure. Whero was thih ksnd or legislation to .stop f If the suSferers by the tire at Portland wero to be relieved by Congress, why not those who have ntffered by Ore olsewhure? Such aoatdent* were or ordiuary occurrence. Ungenerous and ungracious as it might appear, he t'elt It his duty to oppose the bill. He moved that it be re ferred to the Kiuance Committee Mr. JoBMKiw said that Mr Tnimbull had advocated the Freedmen's Bureau bill, which would cost not Afty thou sand, but twenty millions of dollar*. The bill now before the Senate was not the drat of the kind ever passed by Congress. .Home years ago twenty thou?and dollars was appropriated for the relief of sufferers by ? Are in Alexandr a. There uever was a more deserving oa*o then that of Portland. Mr. Thi h. oia said there was no analogy between the Freedmen's Bureau bill and the one now under con sideratlon. The Arst was a bill for the safoty or the nation and the welfare of a whole rare; the pending measure was one of pure charity. Mr. Da via, (dem.) of Kr., said he should feel com pellcd to vote against tho bill, and he should do so with great, reluctance. Ho could ttnd no authority in the con stitution to Kanctloo such an appropriation as this. Mr. Fmmcmik*. (rep.) of Me., said if the bill was to he referred ii? would prof?r Its roferenc ? to wine other coinmitteo than that of Finance, of which he was chair man. lie did uot see what wa-> to be gained by refer ence to any committee. The subject was as woll under stood now &i it could be after consideration in com mittee. Mr. Jonjmo* referred to two cases in which Congress had appropriated money for tho relief of citizens whose prop rt y was destroyed by earthquakes. Mr. TauvBctL MUd tho casus were not analogous. Mr. Chumc* asked why notT Mr. TatmatTtx said earthquake* were the act of God. Mr. Grimm asked If Ares were not as niu h the work of God as earthquakes f Mr. TannacLL said f.res were not In the same sense vlBltation* from God as earthquakes were. Mr. Wii>ir, (rep. ) of Maya, said the nation would be oo poorer for the appropriation, and be hoped It would be made. Mr. TaiiMiint said ho would change his motion, and move to refer to the Committee on Contingent Expenses of the Senate. Mr. Hcancaaoa, (rep.) of Mo., said Mr. Trumbull could hardly be in earnest In making that motion. He could not see what the Committee on Contingent Expense bad to do with it Mr. TacMBCtt? 1 thought this was a contingency. Mr. Ha*i>KK.?n* hoped the bill would be passed. It only appropriated a small sum for the relief of the citizen* of au entire city visited by a terrible calamity. Me believed many thousand* had been rendered ho melees. Mr. Fmuksds* said from twehre to fifteen thousand people had been rendered homeless by the Ore. Mr. Hmnnao* could not see why Oongrev bad not a* much right to appropriate money for the relief of the Portland sufferers as to appropriate money for the relief of the Irish people during a famine ui Ireland. Mr. Davis said if Mr. Honderson could point htm to even a seeming authorisation by the constitution he would vote for It. Mr HmuMmaow said be found authority in an older work tban the constitution ; he foand it m a tw*>k winch said, "lie that giveth to the poor lendetb to the l>>rd ' Be would advise bis found from Kentucky tMr. Davtst to j np treasure of tuts kind for uibbmih. Mr. Ui'CKAiaw, (dem.) of Pa., referred to l ha d*?truc. Uon of Cbambereburg, Pennsylvania, by the rebels, and said It was a case which called for charity more loudly than an y other. Yet Congress had done nothing for the relief of the people of Chamber* burg. who were Im poverished by what might be called the negligence and fault of the government of the United States Mr. Tamst-u. withdrew his motion to refer the bill and Mr. Bucka'ew moved to postpone. Mr. Joan sow demanded the yea* and nsys. Mr. Htaroairia, (dem ) of Ind , thought the bill ought to be referred to the Judiciary Committee. Mr. SAt'LSBTBV, (dem. i or Del., stated the reasons which should Influence bis vote against the hill lie sympathized with the sufferers as much as any body could, bat he could not Cnd in the constitution any autho rity for such legislation. Mr Howa, (rep.) of Wis. , said, replying to Mr Hender son that the Injunction to give to the pw r which be bad quoted did not mean to gi.e other people's money, but one s own. In order to lend to the Lovl a man must put his band In his pocket and pay out the money. He (Mr. Howe) would rather give Ofty dollars out or his own pocket than vote for this bill. Mr. Hisr>*ss"s said be would take Mr Howe at his word Let him (Mr. Howe) give llfty dollars and be (Mr. Henderson) would vote for the Mil Mr. Hows said he would agree to that. Mr. Hcbalkw withdrew his motion to postpone, and Mr. Hendricks moved to refer to the Judiciary Commit tee. This was disagreed to by a vote of It yeas against 28 nays, as follows:? Yba*? Messrs Drown, Buckalsw, <"reswe|l, Davis, Koolii tie, ttuthrte Hendricks, llowe Klrkwood, ft-smlth Polau<i, Kiddle. Baulsbwry. Hli< rman. riprague Trumbull? III Nats? Messrs Anthony, Chandler, Clarke Doiineaa. Kd munds, Koater, (Mates, Harris, Henderson, Johnson. Mot asn Morrill. Morton. lye funwnii Ramuy, Stewart, Hum ner, Vsu Winkle. Wade, Wlllay. Wilson. Vsies-fl. The bill was then peaaed by a vote of yeas against It nays. if* asnan iimr mix The Tariff Itill which pae?*d im llou>? yrateiday, waa referred to the Finance ? otnmitie* tbc rt**K>? HI L. The Menat? inaieted on lu vii?ndm*r>i to the Penaion bill, aiid agreed to lb* conference committee uk?l by lb* Houee. wtniii or m midi c * uami On motion of Mr Wn?? lb* taM- a?reed U Ik* Houee imrailBnl to th.- bill revving the grade of Ceo i-ral The btll now *?*e to Ike PreeldetM run ni aaiTKi* c ?iMol'*?n*in Tbo ItniN rMMilntiun to adjourn oo the 241 ti inal waa M Donated. Mr fMUi'K moved ll*t it li? oa tho tabl*. Mr. HaacauU a*k*d if It could ba lak*n up at any NM Mr. Fraa*an*a aa<4 it w?* Ma latoatoaa to aail It up aa toon a a ba could pt a fet hllla now pending out of tba m. WiLKoa moved thaithe Senate take up I be btll for lb* aqtiainailon of bount-a Mr. Pa?aKi>B)> moved ? take np tba CI* il A p propria tloa bill. i Mr. WrtMM *aid be wuld withdraw bie motion if tbe Senate would make bia 111 tbe acetial order for to-mor The Mil for th**qnali?uon of bojatiea waa than mad* tbe special order for to-b*rrow Taa aii ? enormiao i* rn? treo r*a eraur urar Tb* rirtl Approprtatoi ?? II waa taken up, but Mr. r?aaenden gave way tiVr. N|i*rm?n, who called up bjr uoaiiiaoua conaent thfitii to roduu* th* rate of latere* t oa tbe public deb*., aid '?r furling tilt lain* (Outaa.no* -It ?*di* lb* -senai- rrport, aa pubHafc. d to- Jay, contained ail oar-'irvry Ttie following * ie omitted after tb* amdtlflKal to ? ? k* out the word "pre ha ?- "Th* am *ruetMn,?i> I ropovad by Mr Hlxftaao waa to xtrlke <mt lb* Orp Mid <u oe 4 a>< tion? of U* bill ahov* 1?i>K *Wl ?U agreed to " Tha f>#*om? *eat*ac* ?M?tn* la have been acndeatally omnt?rf?y th* copy lat la tba r?ort for the morning paper* t?ugb It wa? correctly fir en la the coadenead report 1 1 the evening journal* of rwterda/ ] Mr Miam offe?d ib? following amendment an an additional aeclton i Tkat all *et* or art* of art* ???? nwng tbei oaipti.i ? r at tbe t tirreary or tr fraae<ir?r m Ik* 1 "Red at?i??. with tb* approval of tbe rotary ef tbe Tr?**my. to daalgr.al* *nr national t?nk'na.M*>r|eU"n orgaiiued ui.dertb* leva of tk? fi.iUMd Hut** laV me a defoeHM* ef p-iMI/- m.n?r h? m> lim.ted and ?a*r'i*d aa to Walter prohibit the 4aal?in tlon nl any ? ??eh*?nk aa a depository la tae I'UtrVt of t ? lum'ila or la aiitrltjr la whi.k ik?r* I* ?K*bttafce4 hf *a n at taa Trkaury of ike l"ait*d *iatoe kaowa a* **& Traaaurar tber?f. Mr ^traiui^ (r*p.) of Ohm. hoped ihla important bdl would not be burdened by an imeadatoal foreign to I la aeciert, a*ih>a w*? afW d**<*i* Mr Wmi t>ar?# Inaolred what would bo tba efffeet of tbl* ameodnrM If adopted I Mr Oaiar aa'd II would b* "? ">mpel < olleetor* ?? wall aa dlabtl airig om era of tbe u 'venukeal to u?<- Hul? Tr*a*nriea u towl ef natlaaai i?aka. Tbe aaeidmeat waa adopted ia Of Mia* of lb* Who I* by tie folio* lag vote ? Taa* -W Mar* Brown r lark ? reaweM, n**i*. BdaioadJ. Ortmee a*-1'* ll*ode?a?o. Hendneka. Mew*. Jokt.aun, Hir. Wwl.Uia* M?Owo?all, MerrtU. Jlortoe, Pol*a4, Trum buii, W* it, Wile aad fatxa it Mar* Mi --a ?ockal?w i'"???a. r*oaew4ea. foator, aberaaaa. Via W.nkJe. amoodtiieaia adopted ia Ceataaitteo ef^toe WK& e^^r WfWwiS" 19* Tba bill war than tokea out of rommltte* of tba Whole aad repnfad to tbe lie* ate The tji tag to Whnt? Mr. Mwaiat* demanded * **paro?a rota oa Ike ?ad ?tout *f Mr. Oria-a, *i?ea above Atum dibeto, Mr Htranta at'-vad to !?!*? Dm aaaeadrk'i.t of Mr. finwe by adding to M tb* Ml?w. luc - tn-l Ml oer*r,of tbelSwaryereeatkerwd aad refund to racalv* trum all r*aera*d n?iaea aa f <-or reary ? a? I* rortrnMa vifdiag to law f or taaaa aad piihlwd'lt--* Tbi* wo* W? i*a*l by M?owo Owikn* mt Boadrvka, aad dlgraU U The rote la it* ?eaat- oa the aaealaml a# Mr flrtaM*. a I m plal la a?n>ai)wee tba Wkale. wm ?aa. greed la by tbe feUewiag vole ? I^^iygur,>^asycss Navs? Measrt Anthony, Hn.kiln*. etanl)*r, Cinosss, Cowan, KfaseBilen, Keatsr, Uutbrie, ll?rrl?, U?od. .-to*. Jobiiaon Kirkwn?i Morgan MoiriU. Pouieioy, tibeiu. u, Sprago.. Stewart, Nuta-iei Van Wiukle, Wlllcf ??*1 * ''? UiDia Tim hill was ihe? read * third time and pvud. Its till* being amended, on motion of Mr. Sbmha*. to read, "A bill lor the payai. nl of the national debt."' As |??i*od Ud seul to the Hou*e it la in the following language: ? Be It enacted by the ittmli and Hon** of KepreeewtaUvss ol l tic I uliad state* ol America I* CK|TMi aaeemt.ied. thai in liau of the sinking f uu.i oon'empiated by the flUi. section of the act entitled au act to authorise the :saue ni i I'nlted Hiaiea not**, and Mr the redemption or funding thereat, and for fun.liu^ the floatns debt >? the I'm ? ' Stale*," approved Kel.riary %\ A. 1>. iMSt, th?re aha", be a>. anally applied to the payment of the principal afd Inter. ?t at the uublic debt the ai.u of o.ie bundr i and eighty 1..1I Uoiia of do, Ian, for whi. h miu 1a here'ir appr .pt a ?.l to' tbat puri>oa? out of any money not otherwise sf'l ' -n't* *?' and so mu< h of said atim at 1* 00 remi'ird to |>a? t'ie >.< t lag intereai on aa.d debt ahall be applied for tne ptllchJM > ? I) memo! such of lh? publi. debt aa the Secretary or ;h> reaaury ahall from 0m? tu tlutc due. t Diction J. And be It Ini'thcr enseied, That for ih" purpose of enabling the tie. retary of the Tieaaury to pr?;?*lc rot It a funding or pavm'nt of ttie nuiatjiidlng .re? auiy notea I.* ir lug inter*. t al the rate of seven aud three tenth* per eeniiim per annum, holdeit 01 a.i h n-te* are hereby retpilrwd tu ad viae the Seurtaiy of the rreaaurylu sti 1 meaner sa he may prescribe at ieasl foui m..nlh? her re iha malitr'tr <f u- h note*, wh. thei the> ele ' that aurb n' ?? *' all t?e paid et maturtiy or aluill be convejval into bonds of lio I nl'.ed Ataten. commonly deaign > ed a* live twenty 'Kin la; *i:d the right ou tl.e pert of such holders n( converting nr h ireesurv note* Into bonds ehall i.e detuned and takeu p. . <v.uvu aa lo each and every note in relation >0 which n> . <? -hall not be given s* above prescribed. and the saint ?.?ll b- paid at maturity In lawful money of the I'nlted 81 ifea Mac. .V And tie it further eua. ted. That all inon-y re elv?-d Into the Treasury of the l imed Stale* tor dulle* 11 imported fioda ahall tie specially aet apart and applied to the pti rpo*e* ?Uowlug, to wit-? ftrst, to the pavment of eo muetfot the tntereal of Ilia public deot >1 ta payable 111 coin. ae. olid, 10 the payment, aa it miturfti, of the principal r > the puliltr debt, tblr.l, to the payment of inch appi n riall'.na by Con greaa a? are rmiiiirad to be paid in coin When the amount ft coin In ihe Treaaury ei. eoja fifty mllllona of dollar*, the ntceea ahall he aold tu opeu market 111 the nlty of .New York for Hutted Htatea n?ic?, under aalea to be pre* nbe.l by tl.e 8 retary of 'he Trtaaury. and the notea re.-olved therefor ahall be oao. elled H?r. 4 And Ih- it further enacted That from anil after the ft rat day of J.tmMkry. A D IHK7. the lawful mnuev Ui be he. d on band by the itaUou..! banking aa?o< laliona, iindci il.c tii ny tirat ae. tlon of the a. t entitled " An act to i>ro?nl* u national currency secured by a pledge of I'mi* I htataa b oida, and to provide foi Ih* . ir ulai|on ami rrdeinpiioii tiereof," approved June S. IHM. ahall not conaiat.ln wbol. or la part, of niter*al beanng notea or bouda. ignvi or ah- ion ? l.rave of abM&ce waa, on inuljup yf Vlr R.uoi ?. granted to Mr. Nmi?lm rv fof fAmaiader of the ?"?lon. THK <tvn. APIKOnilATMW mix. The consideration of the Civil Appropriation bill wn* Iben resinned The amendment of the Hinatice Com mittee, striking out the appropriation of fort* ihniiHand dollar* to facilitate communication between ttie Atlantic and I'acllic Slaiee bf lelegiat.li, ?a- agreed to. The amendment appropriating Hilly thousnnd dollar* for the preparation, printing and publishing of the re port of the medical statistic* tu the Bureau ol the Pro vost llan-hkl General, under the direction of Sui? ?n J H. Bakter, wai- agreed to. The amendment of the Finance Committed aiipmpil atitig fluO.OOO lor the purchase "f a site and en t <.n ..f a building at At. I'aul. Minn., for a Post OU) -, Cuat? 11 House, He., was agroe.l u> Hie appropriation for the repair of Ilie P?-t Office and Custom House at Portland. Me , recently Injured hv Ore, was Increased from $100, 000, .-is provided in the Houao bill, to fiM.ooa The amendment of the ?> inane* Committee to strike out a provision inserted by Uie House repealing o much of a law of March, 1M:<, as authorizes the pavin* nt of loyal men for slaves enlisted in the army, wax agreed to. The reading of the bill was concluded, and ifa I'urtber consideration was |>oelpone<! until to morrow. nuii-osKn Au*m*!o* ok rr*i Mr Tmohscix offered the following Joint resolution recognatng the gorernuteiit of Teuuesee ?, w i.i. b wss ordered to lie punted : ? Ke*olv>*d, by ihe Ksnatej.nd House of Repvaetiisllvee ef the I'nlted Ktatea of America In 1 ?ug/ssa aaesntUetl. Thai ths I'olted S|a . s do herebj ri-cojinie the goveriirnent of the ilute of Tenseaaee inauomau-d on. lei ami l>y ihe Con veotlou, which ajariQiMei ua Ihe 91a day of Jauuary, A. I>. IHtt al the e(iy ,,f Na?hvllle. aa th? legitimate government of iha hiate eauiled 10 the guarantee* a/ d all Uie oihet riglua ol a Male go?e: nmeu an.lei ihe onslitu le.u of the united States Mr. TattMit-fj. ? J move that it i>e printed 1 will state that we have received information to day that the .Mate of r?nnt *ee has ratified the cuiialilutioual amendtut nt . and that this is a resolution to recogn /e the government ol the Htate of Tennen -ee The r-etuae then, at 0v? P M weal mte eseeut.va sesaion, and soon a I let .vijourned. HOUSE OF HEPMBEHTATIVES. Wamuisutoh, July IV, IMC I.AYtl U*AVT IN AID or A * Almoin ID CAUronitA. Mr. BiowtLk, (r*p ) of t'al , <nll"d up tho wilou In rtcbDMidnr thn voir by which the Senate bill tmninrf laud* to aid io tb? conairui lion iif ? railroad and tain (rapb una from ilia Central Pacific Kailruad, In Cali fornia, to Portland, in llr aeon, waa on July i're- xnumttcd to the Committee on Public Ijiii l?. Tb* vote waa racon?idtr*d, and th* bill r.ime up be fore th? Houar for action, the qoaelion iK'ini on a aub atltute rapcitaU Irom lb* < ?mmlttaa on Public l-*nd? It Mtlioriiaa the California an<l Or- -on iu* mad Cum pauy to locate and inaintam a nulnad an I (?. graph lino between Portland, Urtgon, ao<l Ilka Central Pari Or Kail' road In Callfornl ?, ami tiraon -arti alu rnnlo ac tion of laud, nut mineral, to thn amount of twenty alternate nartlona per mile ? Um on oa- u Mile of the rerund the Diat ?e< Hon of tnei.ty nil- ia io bo completed within tao yaarn, and at leant tar -My attaa ea> h year there after, the railroad to be of tlx' an ? gange aa the ? entral Paritlr Railroad of i allforofci, ujil io bo 1 muected titer* with Tbe iubatituto waa ayreed I", and tbe b il aa amended I paawd I a avuu UMPnmi txenur) >.i aw Ahjoi aNMa<ri Mr St*??j??, (toji.) of Pa., offer*! tbe following raaoln tion ? Heaolred, 'ha "?n' ? oooturruu Thai whea ?'ougr?e? j.iuri.A It wh aIj.i u to me?i *gei'i '>o Saturday. Ik<- l?t dat of lie- . mber e? "tit at/iner ?nutnooed bi ihr iirraliimg 'itTirer* >if hot I li ?***, ? Mch powei , la i-aaeof eni'rgeuey, I* liarebjr (ranted to I'lOrn. Mr. Fun a ( letn. ) of < Hilo. rai-cd the queatton uf order thai thn re*- 1 itloa wa> not a privileged quaatmo. rha Miaiik *xpr**?*d Uie opinion, although ha aald It waa a n?t* q>i*ation, that If tna two houaea took a re eeaa U?e* could autliorii* tbeir prealdtng oflfc era to 'all tbam together at aoiaa dav during that receee Tli a rewilut ta contemplated an indefinite rw?? Il l .>ngr-*a adjourn#"! ?? nr d / no power hat th? Pre> idant c>u?l ? on v*?r them In ad v -nice of tbe regular ea<aton. Mr *ravi>a moved to poatpoae tba resolution i.nul to-morrow for the purpoee of giving gaMleMMni.ni- to OOD aider tb? queai on Mr MiBlian idem.) of R y. lo^n ee-l whethor tba n ?olulioc cam- ia aa a mailer M , ? r.^*ai The Sr> aara replied in the negative, adding that be bad derided tbe reerietloa la order a a a jti v Urged quee Uon aa It related to adjournment. He added no tba otbar point that if tba two bo taaa took a raaan froiu Tbaradaf a?UI Monday tUey could be eappoead to at.. Olorlte their praald ug oOaera ta call tbam togrtuoi ou Saturday If tbe ?*ig*ncy rendered II nane?aary Mr. fT?' * objaeted thai Utla reeolution confarra?: ad duktaal power* The tjfgiaia admitted thai It did ronfer additional Cwera, but be did not think thai that r hanged 'he re?o ilon from being a prleileged queatlon, All qnaetiotia In raapo> t to adjourament. whether for one day >* three dan, or time 'It', or I" take are-eaa, and everything ???>?. B'<tad with them, ware privileged queetinna, and had been alwaya entertaltod hr tbe .<p-eker when tber- waa B" "tber btiaiaeiL) bafor* u>" tviie Mr Tww* a, (d'tn | ?f ty ? .gf ?aied. earraetfaily, that I. VMM be well to ;?r?T>de In the MbUna thit II tbe Preaidest of the CenaCe a?d tba Speaker of tba lM diaagraarf aa to whether l her abu'iid r -7M . eoe 1 oogreaa tbaM alioald b" ???? u ap're \n derela 014% T!i* Praaaan remar?e<l that by tba w r.u* of thr r?n luuen <b? rv .? VClkd It .l br terii .ii^ud aolC n. re? A.a.n (S u? n? l .Uaaa tb# rraatding ottk ra of l>uth t.ouaee agr -*l | o It. It, ti'"i ta' v d ?ri lay tba rear'uMan oti tba ui>i? ^ ?T*?*vi w ndrew tbe relation, (aying he would offer it again to Tbe "ruin a few eiinutaa afterward^ elated la tHa Hone* that tba reaolution offered by Mr Krreu, f??nng powar on th-- praaidlng ?mrer? of tbe two b<" r* to Ceil 1 ongreea togatbar be had not aeen it known ?r , tb ng of until it waa read at tba <'lerl a daah, Ukat b 1 wee "till of tba name optniou wm b he had "I pre-etd aa to lie being a j?rl<-.l?g'd qnaafaon, *? it re ate-l to a^tj-rr '1 ment. while IU ado| t >>a would dejiond oa tb" Houee bat that Hi* ??l^? t iMung m 4e' ra'e a> osnferr ng additional powara, whlab mlgbt j>frve to t>e of great r.<xi*>-^?eaca, l?a ww.ld, if tb>- abe'ild be preeenied to ikwwf. aubmit the r:aatiu? to tba H"?ae, aa the nlaa au'bortt*d him to do no I let the H ' ta* itaotf decide on tb* n i*?<i'>n of prlTllege alan He J?r-?,n,~1 that that wo ,,d aaitefr all gentlet; ?n batier Ifcati If ha war* bituaalf ta ma a a w ralicg oa Ike aob >e- 1 Mr t,T?T?*a remarked that ibal would be pe ferity ?atiafactorr m? AOai<n rran *a*"frr von IM?. Mr fureia |r*t> I of W Va , from tb* < omm't'ee in PnMmg reported a reatdalein to prmt Id'. ?" 1 ,<m o I Uie Agrte'iltnrnl Report of l??k 14' uoo f> * ?? a * n of the lewaa and ? 00Q far tba I oromiaa "t,er at k.'i caltar* w<wi mmw wnittV rrmttrt Tike bill organinog tbe WaebiegVm 'lanai and nearer S' - ra|?ny for lM Itauiet af (alaaabta -a aa ap a* flr*t bMwm a tb' morainf b?.?r, and ate, 'a mo una of Mr Alley, laid ?a tba utile by a rote - A ?? I* eA Mr Wwrrwowrw rra? I af IB , moead ka nar- -.ee'-e wilt, tba artanuoo uf M'lag tba Mil p?at?ai il bat tHe MMn waa laid on tba labia leemi'T ?? ' '1 nraia hi < Hill* w?ra report*! frw tba ? ?wmMa> ? t ? P?MI of < o< imbia. aa Wiowa. ? Ttie Senate btfl u gt?* atnaia powrf u> -ha I/?'y Court af Wkehingtoa naanty P*a>a4 The Sent* Mil t? iwoer i'ea*e the Meawfalllaa Mining and Maaatnrt'irng ?m ?ny ttm? d The Ronaa bill I* iwxy 'a?a lb- .fbliaAal Capita.' Ta on ranee CaafMI Pam? I Tba ?man kill M aa'b-e te ibe Obeaayake R*y eed Pot^.mar Hirer T <ewale? 1 anal ' arapaa/ la awter tba lhaar ' t af labnUi aad attend tfi- r 'aaai la tlta An areat a rt*a? ? nay putat b*?.e HawaiM a bridge me moratag box kanag eapwad tba MM a*ad **?* aMIl tbe aKif?,a? *f %ni? orm o? reMkin* Mr 0 Mm. |rap 1 of Pn , hmn tke < aaa ttee af t> u f*mca ?a tig pM f*nb*? ta pum tm tba mt** * C?e hve? of pa^reu^'era on atriun veeeelf, noada ? report, whn U was agr< ad to. i*k ? aaaoi* MiA h r no***? m?r"iul ?*vr*Ai. r*f? ? ha'RT o 9 fitg [wrnmuiftM romiii nu ll r She i L&' a <i. t, #r?*p. ) "f Ohio, called up, aa a que* tion of privilege, im retort of the Holo? I <?n tha chnrgea lurt.lo by Hon Koaooe Cook Mo#, m hit pla<#, agaiti*t Pnvoet Martini Qeftftal Yry and hi* Bureau. Mr Bvwgfttaa called for the reading of ib? wpofl Mr. Juukux^iltiiu.) of hi, inquired wtrtlwr tliera wan a m'uonty rei*?rt. Mi. Sum .vBAh ,kjt H^id thtre waa not ; that the report ^ 4* ?mar*roou" Mi in u*At ?4 "? it to th.it ? a tit he did not aaa njr mv ally for taking up time iu reading th?? report, a nobody audortook to *" -.k it. Mr. H ?T<VKifa, "-op ) f n. Y., ia%uied on the reeding of tin report, and .fee Clerk proceeded to r?ud it. The rtpogt. an J argument t.over tbrwa bun ?tfd tttid I ?rty pa*ea u! prmtea matter. ***oe*i? o? ma taroar. fi.e llrat ttatemfn U? t?? *ral Fry a te? r tnve* ? ga'e 1 tr ihe committee woe ** rolK %* -Ali#th? auiutnei or IW, Mr. <?nnk!ing made a ?*.a* t??r iittr?*lf by telegrapl tig t*? the War IVpAitinent tha ii>* I'linroat XUi?hi?! oi ht? d.amot re quire.' lrgal auvlce, v? he v?? hucupo a eu#t mnti to giry' The yiurtua'on Arrived at by Ihe e?.mm ttee !? thna stni >d: In tne i.?; 'ninn ?i the eot .mi'ior Mr I auhJinr did erily wiut he w. * fully juaiifted tn ?U >?ng lu t m matter hu.i mere It no eviduno* pending, however re i ? telv to alt -w fhst In ending the deap#?trb he wa?influ< ;tced V| any merely imrtmml motive. The ae?oftd ?t late men t of Genrr* I Fry," ? letter. whoh H. timed the a (tea* on of ihe couiui'itee w u 'm fallow a :??**! ii April, INU, Mr. f'hirlea A Diui%, then A s?iat tnt SU?. t?t*rv of Vtar, without ui?tl:> ..4 uin. ' .*d Ml C mal.ng apj.nnt^ * In iov*<?aiigal? a I fr in ? nllalm?-nU *lu Wtatem New York wuh the ailpuLailun thai i?? nhoulil b-* coroiuia?loiie>l Jtidge \dvfH ale lur tti. pru?#i ution of any ca??*i i>ioi?ghi t.#?ti?i and he i\\ |Mnute?! t < pn>ae?,ul? l?efore a ffen?-ral enurt lUArtial M * Jor J t llaJ loek Mr. l>aiia eeaiad him by aev* r-tl .irdem iaeuo>i in the natne of Uia Keetetary ??f War, with out ihe aanctton ol Mr. Ht^ntou, wtlli the ino?t etiraoidliwtrjr p men. An?oug the -?? w?i the right to etniniite ihe <!?? Sti^hea in tall the i?*letfraph oflio**a lit the Wealem HlvUloo of rw York, whlrh eitANj?*d a violation of the eancllty of per ao ttl and tmaineaa < 01 re?|>oudence " Tn# roncl union arrived at bj the eommtttee on thl? ac itid alateinent U ua follow* ?If la clear from fhe eel deni'e that so far from Mi CnnfcMng'a apfn^ntment having been madr bv Mr PaiiA. and tha power* with n hioh he w?4* cloihod havinu be?'ii vetted In bun bv Mi hana. the |ejl itm< ni and the j??.wer* a rr m pan jring tt w?*re r??nterre?l upon Mr. r?iuklitig by lh' lte< reutr) of War hlin*4?U , thai M Dunn had nothing to do wl'h fhe matter eieept topi? ptr^ fhe paper* und r tb<- apecihc direction? of iliahovie 1^?? n^tt allegation of Ortieral Try again ?t Mr . fonkltng W?4i aa tollo*\ a ? ? fie (Mr t 'oiikling) waa a* yeaioiia 111 pre Vtsuiing proaecnUon* .?t l'l)? a >ia hu wm in making I hem l.lmlr*, and the main ground "f dlfflenlty l?etw?en M. t'onkhng and myaelf ha* been that 1 wanted ? >! <auie at both plaeea, whil- h?- waufed oonceaJnn nt at one. r in refeier??*e to that (he committee any* ? No evidence wat given b?More fhe rommuiee tendiiig to ahow any Ulrt I effort on the pari of Mi Conkitng to prevent the pr<? ?e? utton of anv one in Utf< a or elaewhare, and the l nqulrj waa, there, fore, riariowed to the queaiiou whether he had iu any man ner neglected to c JBimuuidUe to U?e department In forma tton wbl -h he otight '.o have given In relation to fraud* upon the government. The eommllte# regard tha act win of Mr. fontling at highly ? oiiimeinluM* Another of trie * ig tl>a' *<-rv rff and l i n* tAf??fein*oi throog i?tl only ir e f n 1 *r*y lr??r?r \ *elnah or tioj?aiito'i< -utefn. ntaot ticnera) Frj'a letler, whleh iue ommj|?ee waa d?rect<"5il to Inquire Into, la m the?. wofda ? ' For iile 4er^ieel Tn tliia .nne tiou Mr. t'onklitig | iec? ui??j 011 the 9th of Noveni??er laat from fhe t'nited **#?????? the n.odi -t fee of $S,tH). wtiethei he lit eivml. it h?*> been reported, lr? m hla dlatrki |A*Ui omn ?* t*?i the ?ato?* h? rviee, and whether he n << iwd eddkiktnal leva from guilty parue? <?( |m?iug ihe pr?e*ee?ling^ at I tiua, 1 aiu mabie mow to my.*1 In ref*r< n> e to thai chajge 'he :epnrt *ay? That anch a ehargf ?houl<l without any -hadow of raa^e made tn any way *e?uw? almott ln<-reiiirle; lrti? that it ?hould U" < artfully oou< h*d in 1 he foi in* ol ii)?mu*Uoa. aUou.og tuiud.tv avid a??ln ilU4le .n the author to .i\oid ie*ivti*lhiltu and ?houid then lie writieu out end ??en* into t'ongreva to Im i? %?1 In the preaence of the nation, and pre*eiveo againat the #" uaad and hla ehildren In the hlafory of Congrea*, pie*? ola a* a libel a caee a!motl new; <*ei taliily mngular for tta had emi nejj. r aa a wanton and tf?eieu*aNe vhdation of the ugh'* of a ? lft/?'ii noil a neiiiiM-r .?f ihe governnvnf The u*e that W4? m?de in the IIoiim? of that pait of tbl" ? harge relating 10 the tee of %A <JU iiMkea it due to Mi t oittling tha' it abonfd )?' determin* 1 wheihei hi* being t membri rl^ tof ?hJ* Houae rendef*ed It improper or illegal ' 01 film l?? take the empl*'Vm*-nt a? Ifa rrN?pen*?tM?n and Ihe Inainnauon contained In thi* atatetoent tuai the fee ta? ? iceifjve reader* it pmper 10 inquire whether it waa eueh. Aa to the UUer penut ti e . ? rno?|i - r h?d no heiita Ion m oomiug Ui the cont .11 Hon that Mr Conkin g ?< 'imp* i,f*non tor aervkea remlered to ihe govt rumetit waa a retno^abio one lie had nothing to do with fltiltft ifa amount that waa 1 aft wholly to the goverameui lie a? e|d?-d the Wi ?i? e with relu3?an??- and upon the iriw( prea?ing and r?pr*ted *f?iu ItaiU n* of the V^eieturr of War lie took it *t ? i?o aacrlOce of nthar |?role*a?onal b?t*lne?*a if e jual . ijua or of perhaii* greater vaiot uj him th?n he real ied f'?r thia. H<- V?*k It at a time when it wm alrnoat v tal to the ?ii the military aeivUe in Sew Y??rk U< ?* theea aervi ??? ?hoiiWt l?e ren?ter??4 The ?amai>i?t ?rw **f th? op.rn *n that the Neeietary of War rightly jmirfi d that no *Hie t 1 he found more eminently qualified ?>n *il aonounta, 1 r tit#' art W if n I dif h^'ge of that pe? ?tllar aervlee under the p^-ulur ?4rv'?it *leucea In which ll waa ttnd?it?ken and i uO'-red. The , u tie t he aaaumed wew dl*eharg**d wi'h ? on ? Jiariiitte elMlity and with integrity, diligeif r and ? ?Mnpi-te a jt-eeaa- limy wen' through about live montha. They imolvrd ti e etafnlnation of a larg** field of e??tnpil *ird facta, a Uhyrinth of frauda and viiUai?*? The ?e ord ??f the it * t<ime fli-'-n hundred nag'M of matter, and r?#uked not only m d??er,*rriiig ?and pun ahmg there rrtme , g* u?t the government, but a!ao in the MiiMh Uon and |?onl?hn?en, ofthe Aedng l*ro\<?at Mar ahaMlet eral of \teetaru New York Mt|or llalduck audio the recovery from him f > line ut gin ?*? . paid into the t'nited gtatea f reaaury, t<' ?l tea th - |U?t er .. n f tiver |ll).(l)1 whh h he waa eon Pruned U pa > over 4ft 1 tn* com men' e mentor th*- proeren. *??n. The c?imiadf*e have tv ??e eoenl moutly Ifl the ?^>fie| *n?n thai the r<*vrt i?4 of Mr t < kllog fo enter ig li.a* *? 1 waa mil 1 motiv?Mam(froai?4| <iat gro?ftd? ??f re|#ri?a<*b. tut hh vnea were ai or 11 i*r*y ? le,7?uhf nl. and in re^uil* vajMaid" to ihe g?o ori?u*e?n J ,#? rar.i tiltee ? *|r- t? the Of^nion, tup)?or1* d b* reference that there w?- n ? r?m^itutt ?nal obler t|on to Mi ? onk l?g*a ewptiag th ' itttm 1 uf J u.lg Ad ?* a t Mir. the heading of the " in rr?i* of t te Hfeine f -iter e hletnvy I g?*en . f *, g**ea4 irm ?d perpetrated upoo if a gov. ernmtial lu muum w.to ihe llrru .? A?.#u It ? y and II iigjo a firerrllte I 4" fVfi m tor oua I- untT hr dter* n the citv of New Y?nk. It le tho we th?i Harm tl Vrf bed aa in terview with Allen In wuleh b mad an 1 rvai.gr roe. t that Alien th.iuid go |e I t e*. and f 'd bin. be war<te<t eei?i? nee that would laapMeal a Mr f o?ktl'*g to * ?uoa there, a im ha had et h.rn*e f KgalOtt ?ntli< r?| I t Kr? *d le | cat he wanted fa|m t< get evl leoe* %g?i ?? C<iuki>ng at alt hatardt. It ap|<-*r? kl*o|that a* m of flf|* fmir tfcon?n ?d d' liar-* bounty, appar*-'iilv due fni * lot of nettti? ua re? 1 1 i* twenty jumper* enll*te4 tn the og^ of Allrn Hlle? % Hughe* in the cerrymg oat of eer**tme< .?mwl by * d - ?' I ftaaer wn, by m ier .?f i*euerai Iry, l>?i! ovev to iba firm a# If it waa * >/? tlabie Uo After giv i* a ?|e tailed htttory of t b le trana* ion t .e <*|#rri aaya If there he any ?:*r nm*ta??oea le the *e#i *n/>e wki h a'e aoa* ? eptibleof fur her ei|?l**?a>iat?, r-;tlier t.y <??*ueril try ..r CuMMl Bakor vi I '?tn t ?li'nii ananf nf ih- iii|tn?iiu r?l?i? , a r mmmuiIIX h?>? r r UI . ? . :h?|r kn'<?l*<ia>, ?? u'lUMr lifwr* >u.i la ll.r I A* ??<ir f T/iBiiC. " b?'l ilr?)4| >I|UmM I nr 'tin ll.in "I tb? in II-' ? ?till ?lik k I I?jr h??? |?fli tklfifOf th? nttlrt nf 1..0 Ho . ? h? ? li'ji r?r i-^?i . II. ??! I ibal i-%n<-fc of lk? (*?. MMiMI f. '? ' . '? *7 ?i?i rr. 1 fr. aatlBM tka R?a K.nn* Omkitai^ lanrlafl ikn i?lm ni.i. m ?( |kr ?? . .. 0 1.1 li ? . arm ? . ? i.> 1 1 #n K.^o.* <.?*ufc1i'if ft|*n.U Ikii t V.f'tl. I lir'.irai alUl^CA*'! Alllrnr ?f.O-lM* luai" n?f l? "null H l? U? i?p. ft? 'I ^.?ir oimml' ? wb 'k mar rttaf ? ?? ??How uxj?..tri| ' 'm mm' it ol ll.* I'rori >t ?l?r. . UaMUl'. litr>.?, ku !>??? *..'iui I xat*l|r mi ?mima la * .|y?.4 in.ii.hi i UnWIM'. <ri?? r.l ? ii Ui* | .M>.Uu,il! kl.'i.i# i *? t.ml ). ' "iiulia .a aa alf?a4r la? *lliUio*4. M<i f ?f. Ib?? ...ra, tl ? <?m. ?H k>?? 4"$if4 I" |iarU?a i r !' II I 'irr m tt. r f t ? I?ar4 ?'i^ II ai.1 f.,r # A m. I' aaiKwfMul'HI' ?i. t >n|M I..rt l>, 'i.|,.a if ".inmllUa ,4ihiaa<\?? ?* thru inna^uM raa !?> wi. uiaaalu lutU.a If In adraau* ipjoa knnak ml ika c* ? <?.Jf . ll?l?r?"j it.tr.~l ..#>1. ai. l atiU fur bai ui ba k' ar.| aou aa* * klr ra.1 Vour . .nan. tiaa. ikarafura, ra. t a.n a. i.tfrthrr Iruw * 1 1 raat i u? UMtr -*fri ? ' -|? r rutlt or max'aiiaa nf <i?n?ra1 rry u ika . htign of il.a a I??r4 ?omip*. ha>>al? ?Uh AUar. Mil l.la (ton trill. ln? llaliakaa afilufii tDt " Tka e?n'l:?i?na arrlta-t at bj <ka t at ail i aa ara a. f-4 fuj.'iw, IToar 'Uiarai'iaa, ka.iu? fill) a'.l -afln'l; a aKlaraalllM : t>a'?H l.a II' I. It a. "a C -Hog ? IV. Iair>a4 In ll>? 'attar nf Oana-al rrf, #r? 'iaar.na?^iaif af oulnlon thai aana al Ika 'b.raaa In I.'lar, aikctkat ?..4a dlraetl, ant "parilf. or tmmt'rHf aa4 wanlf ha*a anv fniin4aii'* in trxtk, amt tl.ai Iba raimtu' I a" Hi ? ?????. .ug la raiatton Wi #a< k ? f ika matiar* in aa,.ta(a.J Uf Uta i .atttl i?a kaa haan aknaa rayr<<a. b. ?' 4 that B . i-lr i'in.*r'?a a*f k^iaat fi ania raaai.tiaMa aaa(nrina ba?a c.wii ae .14 jaatiff i},a aiurt ir.kia uia.a ' tn I* tba laitar af i|?tri|fr^Tt?wrril h.-fl aaanat .k. II in Raa im I '.nktl'.f -aH.iiM in Ika laiur <4 r??.,ar?l try kaia* aa ?upf .w.1 '7 1. U.'?..I.I m anfet.a mMartal ban .lar1 al'i ?ul .na|ita a^a^i'initf aa. aff-.t :*4. al tfia '-mi or ft'i.fe I tn- ao<t a, ; a aaa la *aal4a tha ailVi tf Put i " '1/ Ii farai.b hia j.r?. f?. tha aiml'iaa 'if 1 1 ,i,( Ui rafrain fr- m ika ?i|raaa ? nf il.ai t *? i laiar.al. n of th* 4??H>ara'a .h #' ? ] ? 1 ! - f.inr Im? ft la *ra^i^-ta| tba a*M?al aa aatl ?? f,.-a |,.I ahara-ta. of k nian btrol tha ll na? of ??|?ati ah'.ta ml I ha I htaiaa t?f tf.? p?l>?>i'.n <A a | N/?* r< if f'* I ?ia4 la aaaUm In ilfiil ia, uja f. [mum ar a? y* ? e ika nadvnal tiaafUai Ifa i?j Hlarit a a... .:i. M?a tan rab'tia4 ?*' fna .na-1 balk la I'liCiavl a. * tha I i.ito"l ? ataa .. i.rra'^aa of a^a. aa.4 ? .'k ?>#. <a ?I|. n i ha nH^'at >ara> ar oi m.n,iati ht'* haa.i ha 4 Ma lahaua la I' :? Ktaa aamaii.ia4 agalaat tha II taatf th' 'a.. fill . a f*a>a nm.'i IM aaat' f?'i ? I .. Ihal wt kk j?a^ .a. u aiaralaa "f a i 'i.u> ? ,ik' - it t- ai far at ami .a ' .m in ...itaa'a, ai?t,a raa ?* b? haa la la U ??* aaa . aa ? ?? lui i af la thair a?. ? ' ?r?1i j fnita.'' ' I ?? *n It |.? |ar la-ai aama.l I I. }-* ? I ' . ' ? |*ia4 *h uiatiw a.Hi haa . M.iaaH ii a. u.a aita. t ^4 raa..*f lathm fr'.ai |iarfuna aa4 a^aihar. - f ba 1 < .aa t? ba ?? d a. a |nrt ' a a! ? l|4aM.."' i ?bfh lk? It. li.r. nf a.ai'H af* 4a a^.i*.?| If 'laha ' a h?. I -f .a |. ha'a h**h all. aaa. Ilaalf aa I pnMiaka-1 in ?? j? ?a?4?..aa aa4 ar .1 a- ? . -r ..' a.' i- 'ha VarU I ha ? 1 'a. I '?? |>.i a>k ?>., ? t>? ladiilaa tf ya^fawaan, ia? ?? .? ap n-i rhr. , <f ti I * ol 4?hat# a > at a af thai I . Wf.a aa'aaio''-" 1 >f tha 4Wn< r ' tk? llna IW "tm M n aa'*t.H M tha m4l?Wi'a <ha H. aaa lb# latkw* .1.4 raa i?t -a- ,M rwMMkl th. r lA^laa ? Raaa' al. tl .1 aU U?a . .^.a' ? yialaiaik< H> th# la.tr. .f li'.ara. . .. ? r<! In II* .. I??* 'I ?!?!?# a " aaafcar af Ihia II .ar ^II'I '1(111,1 t> <mn #a.t ? k? b ?a -a-1 Ik l? ? N . tm a? IM B?h af *patl A ft l#? a an 'a# .. .. a ?tat-'?.- ita liafnil# u. ika 1 1 ' . ' . 'II.# . -???? nf l.la H -at #m rflMl. )llr#ai Mi'iKb n?haf?iaa Iwt ?Ma-<aaa #iih#r a# I" ? a# I .ai #? af M. | ...a' # h .'?##lf ?# ha aakft.^^1 laa , ... ..tnaataf Ua t a.aat ?t?ia? la th# p, ?r a'haa <i a 'la f .##??? in lb# "tut# >'? t'*?. IB tha tMbafr r.aa* '.I .>'h ^naa4l a. la la?#f ?MManaaU'# Ihrfl# u.Maav'hvrtnr' ?#? ?ho?f WMh-tml fn tatm-a la 1'at* MMt f'l# tha i f??4ai aina taraa #ara. i* it# ii| drat #f thla l?a-aar aa fa>?a aaaaaaManh aa. I frma b.| f ?*. aiaaU j - that a la-hatKM. a* aa ai..? iua tat rui'i.twdfri i..*?,i iw faiwaaukl ?( i ha If o ir.f liaiM a*1 Mai #f wa#af Ha aati.tMr h?#ia?. la ?rtli?# aal an- u* Ikaaa arwauaat n?|BM Mb Ik# a.aaartiaa .a4 #|M, oarta( la lib# crtsaaa a?t (ha arr-mfa a.na u.r, a>i^.ui la a an la 'r . ,f thM Mi ar# of a aafar# haa, , .aio.Maa M tbr ntk^t.l aa4 M^i.ai ah.rar.rr Ni'wao #a4 fr ?1 rya# af a r.h aikb i aa.4 taaar faaa a Mia an a a. yaaira^. aa )a u a ; a4?ai. ? t W th# II ?m M 1a4 l# a- a. #a,^#? a?a#iaia ? f th# 'ar##. hat ia ika r#a> ##' aa4 (-'a a o# lk??. aa'h##. waa f*<Nf of # tt?aa baiauoa ?* iaa ft n^##.# ?4 far# w*: ha# aa4 af ' a.a tlaaaa aa4 b a .ataU In ta*i rag# r I aam# a*4 ra#a?a#a : .r/;' ??*' fi i. ?u?rn hi irm limp | #f <*?.. m*-i Mat ?? a##a#a? ?# lib# eewnel a( Mr IUMm ?.? ??M erf ly?n "Hi. a ^rtwai U Ua# iruat mm M| ?*?ah ba rtiaMil ?a# a4? iia?MMM to# I ail M * m MM ?? atwaa Mr siMnst ubjocud to auch a lUiu.' m < Dllrcl/ out of ordar Mr sni.'iMmin, Chairman <>f the Saloct committee, mad" * Hateiiient to refutation o| thai tlallll, and Mk'il that tho ruiigrt ul ihu committee hat been r> ad to the Ho-ia* He would refrain from a Ui*cu*ak>n of lb* queatios at lb la limo Mr. liana, trap lof K. Y , remarked Hut the Houaa, id hearing Urn roport made, could havo no other feeliiu ihao thai of indignation at an attempt by an officer of ibe government to uaail the eltaracler of a mnntier < f lb? H >un for rommrntmi upon the public ad in. metre tioo of that office. The <|tieelion T? ry properly wm whether the character of BWbHI wait 10 ba Unu aaaa.led bjr outalde partiea, and ha propoaed to offer a r<' solution for an mqulry a* to whether any breach of privilege bad boon < to ui milled lu the intrudm lion of lieiiiirel Tty'n latter Mr Haiji, (rep | of N T , remarked that ha had ra calved by mall, and pnwumcd ibal olbar members bad roeived a oopy of a priulad pamphlet purporting to b? the instruction! of (itinera! J II Fry U> hut counaal, and toritamlng what ha thought * blither tWflnli or pri*lia*r* than Iba original use, IB UiM language .??The principal charge contained in Uu>l teller I maintain and reaaaert n >t only the *ub?t*ntlal, but the literal correctneaa " He ibmitted that ih?t involved a <|UMtioo or privilege win. h demanded ftmbar examination, turthar cam ?MiMIM, i i? d farther aclioa by the Houee It In v.dv.'d 1U1 a ipietllon or veracity between (Jeneral Kry aii'l hie coun-ed, fur the tatter had >tatnd in bin argument befi?r? the ota mitten that he had no op|K>rluuity o( ooa aiding with hie client, and h ul rec"lved no mat r m " i i. fr in htm, oral or written, ir that alatement worn true, tiien timieral Krv wa-> not only ru:liy or publlehinir aaaw a llnol a prominent libel up n a memlMir o I tho Jfouee, b u be wae gtullv of lining u uml r falxe pretence* llo therefore wtahed hla colleague (Mr Itavta), In preparing the resolution he hail Indicated to make It an broad a* to ever the question wheU?< r ibe liouao la to aubuill to aii' h puhli' atmna ?a that pamphlet Mr Hrrvga* declared that lie did not know ttiat ? gr www or more cmhImi attack wan ever maile upon a He had Uoped llitl tbe committee would havn llo ie ? In tie further and taken aueli aiepa u would a nd tjenoral i'rl to keep the company of hit two ??unelatew j fro ti the rill. Ira dotrtct. in the remienttary. lleMrtl Knr ?iho'ild Intra an op|eniunlly of Tindx-at utt bimitelf iu > auma o her ?it than b) writing |xntbilli><"iM letter* I Mi HUKLMb'atdtu elA'ed that th >1 point had rae?|??d ' th" laefitl at en' I 'ti <f the ? oiiiiniltne, and that Iba committee had rejourn and?l ?uch pro aedinK* a?aibe| I tiunerai |fry a< ib< II . re rnuht d"<-tn to le dna In thd prom a- a lb rena m why the c >mrmtt<e had not rr< p.irto.1 a Kimul reMilutton on the ?uhi?ri wu, that no pr HM-ndinga could l>e taken by Ilia lioua" agaiuit tieneral rry without Joining with bun in aurh pr < e. dnqr? i? iiiemlxir of llili tKely (Mr Itlaine ) The |>n ? te- dliiK* nbotild l*e a unit avalnat them both. A more inula wt? violation of the |?CI v llenen of the Hub-? bail never been brought t> tbe notice of any of the ouou'lltee, and It waa doe to the llou?e and t? tha nation lh >t inch Indlitnttlee vhouht bo ntop|>ed Ho A t e.| the Hou*a to do Mr t'unkhuc the Junlka ba waa eutitie<l to, having lioen la thw whole matter inn'>rent, hut < uiiiK Utlr patriotic, and aervlceabln to tbe govern ment, by e?pr< -Hin* It., Judgment ou the whole .juration hv yeaa and nava. and ile* im ing ita ootidemnaUuii of an atl of indignity olVied to one of tin memb. r< The del-at ? *na Itirther cootlnu??l hy Mr W nrwoitit, who hinted very t.roa.lly tbat it waa Mr ItUiuo, not tieneral Irr, acainat wtiom tbeae pi.<ead nga ?liould have been tnal!lule<| , by Mi l"ia*. (fep ) uT Mo , wtio dotendod h>a rolleagtie, (Mr Itlaloe) atiMol on amount ol ill II' ?a hv Mr H?vo?iJ. I tem I of l"a , who pot aonio interrogator mm aa U> tbe b ttallty of a member of t ongia m liohl ok another olbia auder the guv< rnutent , and by Mr ll'/namie I'mally the de^<' wa? rioaed. and Ibe rote waa takan by yeaa and naya on tbe r aolutiona, and they wem adopted hy Vtl yoaa acatoat 4 naya, Mmwra Ituaiwell, Itoea, rbnrntoo an) Went Worth lotlng IN tbe na?r*tlve. Tile lattei alite.) that he riiururrad In Titly e*onoralln, Mi Conk ling. Mr I>4trt? nib red at a qiMMtmn of prlvllega a reaotatl m MatrocUBg th* Judiciary t'ommltt* to ref...rt whether any breach of Iba |/r'Vli?gea of tbe lltiaaa had lnwt < oiiinnti- d in * <mt,e. lM'? wiin tha wnbt>g o? Miellng of tieneral Kry a latiar, or tie' Intro. 1 tcion tiierauf. or canning It t" l?e read 'It III llouto or enlrr d U|>on the rtM-ordaof tbe lloiiaa; and If an by wb'-ni, and what action ho. lid he taken. The aubinitted the question tl> t'lt HoU*" whether the (eftd'UtoH aho'ild he iw?iw.| aaaqae<tioM of privilege .a.t tha U'eiaa <t? idad ti.ai it abuaid but ba. ' -aa- Mint ?iTtKir*i?ti<x hoi. Mr Urii li * i, from 'he Conference Comm Ilea on tho t'oneular and niploinatf' Af.proprtatton bill, made a re port win. Ii *?? a/r?* d Ui Tie lionaa r*"??loa from ita dl??l/ree o ni to the ai>p"intment "f a Herund A aatatant Serrolary of rtate. who?. diary lafltad at |a,&ud Tti? H. uate 'igrero to the Honee amendment aboliabing tho office of Mmiater It. -ulent at Portugal, with an amend ment prut lil ti| that no money ahall be paid to the p' ' ? ?en i Miu.atei K< odrnl at I'orlugal ou anviunt of Ntibar earv a na. Mr Ratr Nnai' (rap ) of N V , inquired tha reaaon of tbia amendment. Mr Hrat.IH?<i lepllel that the committee waa 'man! moot In recommending It, !?*< auae they ronaidered U?o pre -en I Iticurubent or that Qttbm atitirnly uiiwoilhy tha ? oubdence of Ibe goterouiunl lii> t in t miaarat' artoaa. Tho ll'/uai di>|"ew'd of Kfeeutlve comruiinleatloaa aa rollowa Th" Rei age from the l'reei<jaut tranamit ing ?lateu.'-nU ol awitllt feaa received, mad and rv'nrred to the Committee on foreign At lain Ibe meaaiga from tbe I"reei4ent tranamltting ma.rt and d'e umeuta fr un the "a" re'arr ol riate re la t veil pr' (Need lateiuat.oiial movemauta in rnuaa Inn wuh I tie Pana t'olveraal tip .i.in for the taf.rtn of tha eyat ra "T coinage w, ghia ar.d itmeim It waa rarer km] ii the I'otnUi.UaM on temage Wnghla and Maaa uraa. raniaa *rrnbi> ta i>at"Ta A H'rf from the laeereurjr of the Interior, m anawar to lha I'o -a r -e?>luiirin of May VI, tvw, la retaium to the roll 'U( I if Indian afTaira la Oakota Teir u?ry, aaa re erte<l to tb" ' ommlttee on Indian Affaire i ?virraa <? 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