,i,vfi?.,HS' fc J.
TSSSStt" W"5fttor .lH fflrtl talooilO
' 'airrmi.rf ifl . r7 iwel.
- T.d &
j ft'A'uJw o Ax b ; '
t AiIIM0AMDOIUO RAILROAD.
Tralas bctweea VrAIHIMUTOM aad HAITI.
, mobs, am WAsmaoTon aud tii wSr.
.- ...., ....
" - t Von mtTrunM
11.18 a. m , aid j., 4. JJ, eaV I.JO pTJ. "
WW WAT MATIcW0riKViSAt0AH
;: j?s Br2pu .f.t Si
h irni K 5Li?aZ- :.":i "."f -
"" " l ' " oitbtoday. .
i ' '0R BALTUI0B1. '
T't7.si)jii. widasgiDdj.sop, U
, , ion wat stat ions. -
tT. tirawti. Ul 1 Mp. B.
'M!Om 8uiW 41 KM p. . ulMiaMtlir
WLMllof, rtknbrr . I
Tbro.,11 tltkMtt rf. w.rt Mt b.l U.tb.
'" Jf"'l siu'- Tltkrt OIm l 11 boErir la
J dil; " "! M tw Be la it. im.t.
I"" TWltmph Building, FtailTlTUla attaa.
" ' """tai-a-aau aid SUlkMrMti
rtlMmai ,f "IkronihT.la.
' '" w, r. (Mini;
lUaUr of Traatportauoa.
L. U. COLK.
0aral Tlakat AiraaL
J. ik . 0X0, . .KOOMTZ, An.aO
-NTOTICE TO BOUTUEBN JIUVEI1ERS.
TUE OLD AMD DIBECTLINS INTIBKLTCOJJ.
9 wilis 8iiortir ard s nours qdickib
toan bt ast otbxb boots,
Oa aad afar MOHPIT, ErpUnbtr 11, ti. old
and faroHUllaa from WAsninOTOK.Tla FIIK1).
JRICK8BUUO. U, RIOHMOHD. ltl b. raa
TWICE DAILY, (Baadar alabta axinttd.) aa M
lowai Tb. rait ad (ommodloaa .l.am.r KITPOST,
SiVS 'Bk Holllaobtad.aad C.VArjUKR.
BILT "Oaplala A. L. Colmarjr.wlll Imto tb f barf,
'f'.oi aiath itrmt.Waaklsjilii, Iwlca dallT(Saa-
irflllan at Aqala Croak f 10 M a. m , aad 1XM
p. a., aad tkaaea br Ua BUkmoad, rrodarlcka
Larf ( aaJ Fotoaiao Railroad, bow onllralr com
Dlatad. to Blchraonil. arrltlBir Ibaro all9ti.in..
4X BJgUM s.pimi, . k. in , ... o.ip.n,.
platad, to Blcbjaontl, arntlnr tbara at 3. a p.
aad a JO a. Bkaffordiaaaapla tUaa for dlalai
aad a JO a. Bkaffordiagaapla tUaa for dldlas la
Ulchiaoad. aad.naklag coaaaatloaa with too
lUchmoad aod Pvlcrabara- Railroad for lVtara.
tarif and polata aoatkof Frtorabarff.
Tfca aiaanar learlajr Washington al 0 1A p. m.j
arrlraa la Rlcbmond at fl-tO a. in. , affordliw aa
tilotlmafutkraakfaat, and-ooanactlon with tba
tticaraonaaaa vanT.ua traina lor vaaTliio. va.,
OrMB.boro', Bajlaborr, Cbarlotta, KalaLrji.
mloUa, H. c.j aad
IBrilxaTfin at ija. n.
ak to Ulcbraoad from
uoiaiDortrata, aaa wuraiafiaBi a,
Caaater. . 0. , n
OaSDMJlTS laara WlBnlXOTAIf
bal-, and arrrra m Kiabraond
Uatraaaa chekad tbronab I
Haw Viltk. FbUadalpbla, Balllmora and aab
InstOa, aad aceompaaltd bj lkroah bakgago
Tbrongh tlckatafrom IT. Ttrk to Rlobtnoad J17 DO
., .. 'rfpiiud-a T Tjjbo
- " - BaltUaora ' Uooo
A " Waabloctoa "' I.W0
' Baitlmontorred'f.l oo
- fi Waaklngtoa iu
Trora Waablsgtoa to RlehtOBd ......J.tdOO
.. i r-.danakbnn-.i...J. J00
Can bo proearod Saw lork at o.Broad-
waj. aadal Co -tlaad atroat f.rrr. la Fblla.
dalpbla, al ., dapot of tba1 'PMlad.lpklalwtl.
BlBKtar 4d BalUroora Railroad CoapaarJBroad
" .rlraa atretta, Ja Balllmora, at tboCaradan
"Ull.a af tba Balllmora aad Oblo Ballroad Com.
paay. la Waaklagtoa, a tk Gompaao'alolBea,
at tba aoraar of FaaasyUaala aT.aaa and ) blxtk
alroat, and OB board tka rotomae ataamboata.) t ,
Fataeagora loaalaa N.w York at 7 ltd 8jv ia.;
at and I p.m.l-klladalpUUal 1.1 p- ra.(tAT,f
and 11. U p.m (NIGHT,) aad Balllmora al 1JU,
U, aad 4 p.m,S.S3aad dS0a.ra ariira la
Waaklagtoa at .i, a.40, aad 7.43 p.m land t
aad Si.pi, In atnpla tlma to maka ooaBaottoBa
for Rlcbmond and InoBoath. I
Omnlba-aa and Bagcaga Wagoaa will b In
raadla... to coat.r paa.aagara aad baggai a bo
twaau depota la Ktcbmoad. 1
I-taaangara br tkla Llaa paaa by Jarllghl Xo'nnt
TarnoB,aad maj bara an opporlnnltr of alaltlog
aararal battlan.lda naar Fradarlokabnrg. b
atapplag aa tbat $t,lat.
Baggag will ba cbackad from RawYorkl Phil
adalphla, and Balllmora to Waaklagton.wbara U
wltt D mat bj tna baggaga maatora of tbld Una.
Braaafaat aad .Bpp.r on board of alaam4ra.
OiO. MATTIMOLY, Sop.rlat.ni.nl,
W, D. 01LKVUSOK, Ageat,
o7 Wablagroii; b.O.
-IjUILADKLPHIA, WILMIKOTON, AND
X BALTIMORK "ilLEOAD.
Commiaelag HOHDAT, Decambarltlb! IMl,
ttalna will laara dapot, corner of Broad atraat
aad Waablngtoa areaae, aa louowa I
.Xipraaa Train al 4.W a-m.,
autloaa, coaaactlag with -Delaware rallfoad at
Wllmlagloa for NlUord, Ballibarr, aad lnt.rme
dlau itatloaa. '
Rxpraaa Trala at 1.15 p. m., (8andyi at.
oaenad.) for Baltimore aad Washington, ilbpplng
ar Chaeler, Wtlmlagtoa," Xlklon, Perryrllla,
aatl Harre.de.Orace. , ,
Xtpraaii Trala at 8. SO p. m , (Snadaya ex.
aeptad,) fwr Baltimore and waahlngtoa, etupplag
al Wlinlagtoa. Mewaik, Ilktoa, NorlbaaaL
Fa-ryrllle. Uarie-'ta-tiraoa, rerryuta'a, aad
lllabl Rxpraaa at ll.lfipm , for Baltimore
aad Waahlettoa, atopplng at Cheater, (only to
take Baltimore and1 Waaklagtoa paaieogen,)
Wllmlagtoa, Newark, Rlkloa, Korlheaat, Far
tyrllle, aad HaTra-de-Orace.
Faaeeegen for Fortraaa Monroe will take Ihe
8.13 a. to. trala.
AOCOMMQDATIOM TBAIBS-Btopplag at all
atetloaa between Philadelphia aad WUmlag.
Lure Philadelphia at 11.00 a, m.r 4. (jo, 8,80
aad 10.00 p. to. The 4.00 p. m. trala ceanecte
with D.Uwara Railroad for Mllford aad, later.
Leare Wllmlagtou H7.13 and 8.30a. m., J.30
aad 8. 90 p. m. '
TUKOUailTRAIMB FROM SALTIUORR
Learn WUnlngtoa at 12 u. . 4. U, 8. S3 and . 34
tar at 8.13, 10,14 a, n,, 12.88, 3,13, 4.3, 7.10
and . 08 p. BV TOHDAT T-uin-g,
VapreiaTralaat4.03a, m. for Ballliura and
We.hln.-lon, atopplog at Wllnlaglon, Terry.
rllle. uarre-denraae, Aberdeen, Ferryuan'a
aad Kagaolta. .
Might Rxpte.e at 11.18 p. u. for Baltimore
and Waihlaglea, etopplog at Cheater, Ifol Baltl.
mora aad Waahlagtoa paaMagera, ) Wllmlngloa
H.wark, Klktoa, Uorlh.Iaal, ParryrlUe aad
Accommodation) Trala at 10 p, m. for Wll
aalactoa and Way SUllona.
BALTIMOKR FOR FUILADRLFUIA.
Laara Baltimore at 8,11 p. m., alopalng at
Barre-de.araae, Perryrllla and Wllmlagtoa.
Alio itopi at Elktoa aad Newark, (to take pea.
eengerafonFtilUdelphla aad leare paeeeaxero
fiom WuhlnttoaorBalilmare,)aad Cba.ter la
leare paaeengere from Baltimore or Walking
Laara Wllmlagtoa for Philadelphia at 1.311
' FROM BALTIMORR TO PUILADELPIltA.
Leare Baltimore 8.23 a. ra.. Way Mall 1.10
p. m.. Ixpreii; 4.13 P. m., Way Trala; 8.83
o. m. lxpreael.13p. u.,,Kxpnee.
r 4BAlifB FOR BAETlMORg
Laara Cheater at 8.87 a. m., 1.30 and 11.80
''Lean Wllmlagtoa at a. 13, . 40a. m., ID,
A. 88 aad 18. 13 p. m.
TRIIOBTTJUIIf, with paeeeager aar at
tacked, will leare WlliatagtoB for FerryrlUe
and latarmedlate etatione at 7. 89 p. m.
liill H. f. KJUHr, ispuUKBaut.
laplail. J lor Daiumora aaa n udhwi. .Hipii.ag
at Wilmington, Perryrllla, Uarra-da-praca,
Ahardaaa, Parrymaa'a. and Hagaolla.
Way Mall Trala at 8. 19 a. u. , (Saadaya ax
J i for UaHlmara. atoDOlaa at all regular
fJEU? BtIIuIt kit r
'. .--r Ui. ull' ,
QEKAX.EBMHfli'l.VANU R0DI IQ
f T P, ,m vii,
'. 1T0VB DilLTHAlHS.
it WWTKR IOKIDULIi
JJf.-",?'rrIR "0V1MBI8 30, 18M, (ratal
Knr... i.ll ."""I taT.Blto.
upr... Han. .,.,,..,,. ft) a.
, ffj; UaUajU.T.Op.i. 10.ooJ.ta:
' " - TWO TRAMS Olf 8I7RDAT,
Uarlar Wa.hlaiion al 1 80 aad r.SO p. a
ItllPUra.CABI 0 All. BI0HT TRAIKt.
. ' toVr pabk JMomwitms.
iJ!t?lf:i'Jllin W till!.
ark, IrlaoTiluUra, wllliool ba,..
t!!!"" TKWHaiy laformalloa ipplr.al
U. oaaa .1 Ih. Ofaat l..a.rlTaala Ba,'or-
H ".il"? ff '.?' Vt" Wh "t'
Vallotal Uolcl, and roanaaatk ktn.1, nrtar o(
raaa.TlTaala ataaaa, oppo.il. Wlllarda' HotalJ
Waakta(t.a. J, u. DUBARBT.
8apatlauadat N. C. H, E.
in n.V. t. '""ag.raad Tickat i.U
JHO.aiLtSTT, l'amn.r ig.nl. au20.U
AERAITOHM1SNTB 10 (Jl
Biff YORK LINES. '
TBI OAHDIS A9D AMEOT AMD FHItaHSL-
pbu axd Tsirrroa railroad coupa-
TBOH ' PHOADIlrfllA TO fltW YORK
' AOD WAY M.A01J.
KOK W ALMOt BTBIJT WHARF AUD
, wn ulTi ai ft(wa, mi Tara.
Al I a raala Camdaa aad AmboyC and
A. Aoaommodatlon... X1A
Al I a. m. Tla Camdaa aad Jaraar CltJ
. Naw Jaraaj Aeoomuudatloa. ,- lia
A.t8a. m., Tla Caradan and Jaraar CUT-
Morning Ixpraea .j s.oo
AI8a. m., Tla Oamdaa aad Jat-ar Clir
Jd Claaa Ticket.. tii
At 11 a. m., via Kaailngtoa aad Jariar
.. ,C"X---I" , 8.80
At Urn.. Tla Camd.a aad Aabo7--C. aad
A. Accommodattoa t 8.1a
At 8 p. m . Tla Camdaa aad Amboy o. aaj
A.xproa , t 8.00
At S p. m.,, Tla Canalagton and Jaraar
CltJ Waiblagtaa aad M. Y, Bxpra..., 8.00
At eu p. m., via Kaoilagloa ant Jariar
ftlj Kcanlag Mall J 8.00
AllUp. m., ill Xanilngtoa aad Jariar
i .pllr Sootbara Mail , s.00
At IU (Night,) Tla Kanilaglon and Janar
cftr-oalbani Iipraa..i....u.j;,... S.CO
Al 0 P. to. , Tla Camdaa aad Ambor Ac.
tommodatloa (fralgbt and paaacngar:)
lit claai ticket..:. 3. 19
td alaa. l.t 1 rA
Tba 8.1S It. m. Ev.nln M.tl m ,1.. 1 M,
(Wight) Sonthars Expreia will ma daUy, (all
olhara, Snndira axoaptad.) a
miLADCLTlItA ABD Slf YORK HUES.
Loan Walnhl atraat wharf at a and Un.
It m,. aad 3 p. aa.
Laara Kan.lngtoa.Dapot at 11.19 a. m.,lM,
4. SO aod 4Jp. m., and It 80 a. m. (night.)
Tba 4.49, a. ra.jilaa raaa dallrt lall ethara
'"' SIW YORK ARS raiLlDILPniA LIM88. .
Laara foot af Baralay atraat at 8 a. m. aada
.ivuiwtv, uuiuuh ..ia. a. i, o,'aaaiua
i , 11 m., 4 aad 8 p. m., aad 11 night.
ThagD. m. llBaraaad.llr! tail otkara. 8aa.
' W. n. OATZM1R, Agaal,
FUlailalphlaaad Saw York Llnaa.
Painr.ii.riin. Dec. 23, 1EC3. dasi
18G5 WXNIBR ABIlANaEMENT. lOfC
r.N3TLYANU CERTRAL RAILB01D,
T.YILVK PAILT TRAINS.
Ob al after MONDAT, Oetobf r 16, 16u5, trains
111 Uav th Ualoa Paa4.DKCr Depot, corner of
Waahlagtoa aj-d Libert ttrtiet, lliubarub.ra..
aa followi t
as HaVrilBiM, UBtllf OAVVpt aaiaiaaj,l aaatrV (V(
n., itopplDd at eJoUaitowi! Coaeuiaugb, OaJllt
id, AltooiiA,andaUprloelpal ttitlool, and mak
Ins direct coBntctloB at Uartiaboxfr for 5tw
Torkw&attlmora, aal Waablagton, and at fbUa
dalpblafor Nw York, Doita, and .DterioedlaU
JLLTOOMA ACCOMMODATION, dally xcept
Senday. at 0,V a, tb., atoppla; at all regnlar aU
lloaa .twea Plttiburgh aad Altoona, aad tnak
Intr clot coBaecttea wiU- tralaa en lha ladlaoa
Braaeb.Wfat F.aDVWaU.U Railroad, bb'aubnrg'
aod Cres)oa Railroad, aad llall.daT.bnrtr Uraock.
PlTTiiUUUOll AND EKIi; MAIL, dally except
Sunday, at 7.40 a, u atupplajr oelr l Cvna
maogu, usuuiea. Jtiioona, ana aii rnncipai aia
tteBa,iBaktBpT dlract eonDoetloBat llarrUbarg for
Hw York, Ualllmora,aad WaablostOB.
HAIL ACCOMMODATION. dalW fekceCt Baa.
day) at U40a m "rfctopplnjr at all regolarata
lluua btwB nitatarf aud ylarrUborg. maklaa
oaoectloBa wltb tralae oa the Ebeaubnrv aad
Ctmi-od rallrt-ftd aod Uolltitaybbari rallriwd.
alopptag at Latrolja, UUlrTllU InteraectloB,
Inrtlon, Ltml.fowa, Mifflin, Itcwport, lUrya
Till. Harrttbnrir, Laacaatar, and Doirnlnf town,
At llarrlabnrg dlraet coBBCLtloai aro mad for
Naw York, llaltlniora, aad Waihlogtoo, aod at
ft. 11 ad el pbt a for ITew York-, Boston, aud lniar
mad lata put alt. Bleeiilng cam run through on
thla train from imubiuy to PhlUdelphla and
Baltluiora, and to Kaw York by tha Allentowa
JOHItSTOWH ACCOUHODATION, dally (ex
cap! faaeday) at 4 Hi p. it.., (.topping at regalar
a tat Ion a be.wan Pittuburg and C'lnenianKfa, and
o&Bectlng aflllalrillle InterrxcttuB with trains
ob tba ladlaj.4 Branch aad Wtl PeaaaylTAla
PAST LINE, dallr, except Bnndar, at 9 SO p.
in., atopplatf only at Coaamangh, OalUaao, Al
teona, Uuntlngdon, Lewttown, Mifflin, IVawport,
HaryiTlllc, HarrUbarg. Middle town, Laqcaacer.
and Dowalnt town, maklag eonnactloa at Har
rUbarg foe aw York. Dattltnore and Washing
too, aad at Philadelphia for New York, Hot tun
aad later mad lata point.. Stooping cure ran
through la thla train to Philadelphia aod to Wtw
York oa tba Allentowa ronte.
nt Acfetmiiwdntloa Trala for WaJPa Station
leave dally (aia-pV Saaday) at (t ' a. u
Heeond AccouuodatlOD Train for Waif a Sta
tion leave- dally (except Sao Jay) at D 40 a m
Third Accommodation Train for Wall a ptatlon
laeadally (except bond ay) at 3 Sip m.
Foartb Accommodation Train for Walla Eta
tton leave dally (uxcept Sunday) at 6.0A p in.
Accommodation for IVnn Statien, -topping at
all alatloaa btwcea Plti.borgh and raau, at
I0 30p ra,
Tha Chnrch Train teavea Wall a tVtatloa every
Similar al 8 Ofl a. u , and arriving la Ptlubargb
at 10 M a m. ltornlag laavea Ptitabargb. at
at ltAO p. b-, aad writ a. Wall'a Matlon t
100 p. Bb
RetaraUg Train arrive In PUUbnrgh aa fellows ,
UaU 130a. n.
l'aLlna 2 00 a. tn.
Pint Wall' Station Accommodation. 9 Z a. m.
Pean Accommodation. ., 7 Va.tn.
Johnstowo Accommodation... 10 01 a. m.
Pitubargbd. Erie Mail 13 M p.m.
Haiti mora Expre-a I 50 p.m.
Third Wall'a HUtioa Aceowiuodatloa SOAt.
Philadelphia bxpree ISO p. to.
Puarib Wall's htaiton Accomiuudailoa 6 On p, m.
AJloga AeeouMaodatlon and EinlgraBt 10 ) p, u.
An Agent of tha lxcllor Omulbu Coioiaay
will paaa tbrongh each train baforc reaching the
depot, take np cbecka and deliver baggagv to any
Jartof the city, Office No, (lOl'aa street, open
ay aad nJht, wbere all order- fur tiie movei
meat iof paaaangers aad baggage will receive
Baltimore expreaa will arrive with PUIadel
phi a exprea at 1 SO p in on Moadaye.
NOTICE In eaae of loa. the Compaaywlll
bold theuaelVM ripot.tblafor pevaaaal bf
garl only, and for an amount not exowedlag 4100.
V ., WhU. BECXWITH, Agent,
At lb PenniylvanU Central Railroad Paaaeogtr
IfiUwit, On UbtrtT uA V7Mili,W ilru,
ITISffl WWJ$"& 5?t?tew'4"---'!' ""ir-ijil rtr,..,, fiwl -
jyi At t LlCJ.-l. LUt I: b 1 , ls L '' III' I" III I-i 1 '1 1 1
I UK K.DI
7i Unyie fitoj
'r,?!r!'0.'f Jroftllflitf fji?fe5 FnnXr evening, i February 28.ii8od; ; - .
'"A.lX.ItpAliBT, .;WMM,ibi.ltltirliv.t.&maArl SiKKCK Ofe PnKHDKIVT JOtltlBOH
TQIAtliMnn ann iTni.,nn,. n,n-iu,ui , andDamrlnnalHilli. - I .'; I .
.r"wi ideal Hoi
Ann LTUcnBDiin ,.
OaaBdartarFBIDAT,8apUraBar I, IMS, tha
train, oa Ibl. road will ma ai lollowi I
. . . TRAIHS SOOTTt.
Uara Waihlagua at 7 a. m, aad 8 SO rt m.
LaaTAlo-ia4tjaal7S9a. a. aadtp. au
LaaTtOordobarlllaatla mm m a.m.m
Arrtrala Rlcbln.adaiap, m. aad 8 a. a.
m.,f.jncai(argaio.-op. m. and c. a. m.
, . , .TRAiM8 BORTU. .
Ulta trtalbtrg at 8 ii a. m. aid 7.18 a. m.
Laara Rlaaimad al 7. a., u. aad 7. 18 p. tS.-" .
Laara Oordoaatltla al l an . m iii,H
Arrtra kt Alakaadrta at 4 69 p.m. aad I W a-m.,
lrrl...iw..l.i..,.. .,.u. -jaB..rr
On SimJayil.ara Walbfngloa at 8.30 p.m. only.
Mv.aiiraigniiraiaiaaTaa Alacaadrla all a.
at. , arrt-l.g la OordoairUla al 11. 44 a. m.
. ,- "f.MarUle at 11J4 p. m. , arrlr lag la
Alaaaadrla al 8 p. m.
Tknogk rralght trail tearee 'Alaxaadrla al 8
a. m, , arrlrlflr la Lyaihborg at 7.10 p.m.
Uarca Lyacbbnrg at 8.K a. ., arrltlag Ih
Alaaaadrla al flo p. m. ,
Faaaaagara from Warreatoa wtl Uka lha 7 a.
m. Irala aoatb from Waablngtoa, and tba 8.43 a.
a. train north from LyaabbargT
l-aiarngera by. tka ,8.43 a. m. aad 7.13 p.
P- 'W- tralna from Richmond cob arcl with iraiai
aia. irom i.Tneiiunrff. aad ih.i. m ,.i.n
at Waaklagtoa for all parte of Ike Rorth aad
Thleronta ba. lha .A. ..,.. ft ,....1.-
harlaa a coallaaoao rail from Mew York to
It ateo panel tbronah Falrfarr. Rail ttaa. Ma.
aateaa, Brl.uw, CaU.tt'a, Kapnabaaaeek, Col.
"-pr, vrange, aaa uordOBirllle, where meay
of the nat bullae of the late rebellion were
r,T!c.k,u Procarfd la Adame Expreae
Bonding, oppoelle Ibe B. and O. R. R. Depot, la
Weehlagton; aleo, at the Depot,'oa Warylaad
Tralna leare the eoraar et Flret kod C alreela,
Waablngtoa. W, m McCAFFIKTY,
. ., " J M. BIIOAD18,
otl-tf Oeneral Paaaeager Agent
AXBXANDUIA, AND OIOKOETOWN
The Wanbtngton, Ataxandiia and Georgetown
Railroad Company having resumed posmmiIou
and cualrol of raid road, will.on and alter MON
DAY, JANUARY 1Mb, l8W,run paa-engirtrala
between WA&IiIKtTraiY atxi if.Risnni ..
pUi.int AMD ALEXiBDBIA RAILfEoAD
I 11 IIIIIIIIIT Hill. rPTJliar a7rirT.lw TTTI
iaro waablngtoa for Alexandria, aad allpoiatl
Eonib, et eesa. m, dally, (8nndiyaexei-ptad,)
from the corner of Indiana arenna and Flral
etrreJLoppii.tle Baltimore and Ohio Depot.
TirnoVou uailtrum mortii, ni baltl
MURE AMD OHIO KAII.RriAn 1... ll.v.n.
drlafor Waehlngton, and nil polnla Morth, at A
P. .u,, oauj, taanoay. eacepi.e, coaaeeitng
with Ihe Expreii Train for Ita Morlh and Wait.
LOCAL ACrOMMODATIOltr TBAIMSj
FOB" ALIXAHDRIALearairar.l.nd I,...,
Depot at and 11 a m .and 3,4 30, and 8 13p.m.
foil WASHIilOTOM-LoaTe alexendrli at
820, 8, and 18 a. m , aad 1 and 3 p.m.
(TODAY PABbImOER TRAIS8. '
Bnaday Pai.enj.r Tralol hclwaeaWaihlngtoa
aad Alexandria will be ma afoilow4 nntU for.
tbernotlcei u Z ,
LBATE ALltAMDSIA al 43 a. m. ana 4 p.
m., reachlag Maryland aienoe depot at 10 18 a.
m and 4 30p. m.
LEAVE WASniHOTOIf at 1 30 aad 8 p. m.i
reaching Alexandria at 8 aad 8 3Jp. m,
4-lha Ticket tlDui will he opened twenty
al&ntee prior to the atartlnir of each traia. and
paaaengoro ate reepeclfolly rcaaeetedtdparcbeer
..va... v.w,. .aauig ..... in imo car.
- FREIOlfr deaUned for ALEXANDRIA,
aod all potato Heutb, will be received et Mary
laae Avenue Depot from 7 a. uij until a p in.
and forwarded at 9 aad 11 a m., and 3 and 4. 30
p. m . :
49- rHElOHT deetlned. for WASHINGTON.
and all point North and West, will be reculved
at the Local Freight Depot, corner of Duke aad
Ueary etreete, Alexaadrla, from 7 a. m. until 1
p. m i and forwarded at S and 10 a, in. , and 1
aad 3 p.m.
99 THROUGH TICKETS, via Orange and
Alexandria Railroad, to OOUDOHbVILLE,
LYNCHBURG, aad all polat farther Son tb, can
b obtained at the olUee of the Orange and Alex
aadrta Railroad C.mpany, oppoalt tb Baltl
were aad Ohio Railroad Dapot, and at the office
of the Waahlagtoa, Alexandria, aad Georgetown
Railroad Company, cwracrof Ninth street aad
Maryland aveno, Waahlagtoa, D.C
COMMUTATION AND ROUND-TRIR
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O. A. STEYEN8,
W. 3 PHELPS,
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m mi noun U
LINE BKTWEfltf WASU-
PH1LADELPUIA, AND NEW
TFaaaiitaTOx, October z9, lf6A.
Train between Waahluglon and New rk are
now ran as foIlowH. vli t
TOR NEW YOKK, without change of cars,
Leave 4ally (except banday) at 7.30 a. m , and
0.30 and 7 SOp m
FOR NEW YORK, changing ears at Philadel
phia, Leave dally (except Sunday) at 11.14" a, id., and
4.34 p. in.
r FOR PHILADELPHIA,
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a. in , and J13 aud 7 S P m.
Leave for New York at t.V p. m. only.
Leave for Pbiladaljtbla at 7 90 p. m. only.
Sleeping care for New York on 7 SO p. m train
dally, extept bnaday. On Sunday, train and
alseplng ear run only to Philadelphia.
Through tickets to Philadelphia, New York, or
Ronton, can be had at the Station office at all
boars 1b the day, aa well aa at the new office la
the American Telegraph LalUlog, Peeaeylvaata
avenue, between Fo iu and a half and bUlb,
Be Baltimore, and Ohio railroad advertisement
for echfddle between Washington, Baltimore,
Annapolis, And the West. W. P. SMITH,
Master of Transportation.
L M COLE,
Oeneral Ticket Ageat.
GEO. S. KOilNlZ,
o m trait. Waahl n jf toa
T11D SUPREME CODHT OF TIIE-I
DISTRICT Of COLUMBIA, TI113 13TIDAY
I'r JAt.UAIll, 100".
CuauLie II burxuCB, )
. IM EQD1TY,N0.8J8
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olhce by the Mar.hal, on tha 7tb day of Morem.
ber,'l&S3, endoned nulfonnd'aad the defend,
ant baring failed to enter hie appearance oa the
8rat rale oar oomtncaolig twenty daye after
warde, and the complainant baring Aled an aO
dealt that the defendant la 001 of the Di.trlcl, ao
that the pruee.i cinnot be eerrcd on blm.lt Ii
on motion of the complainant, thla Ifilh day of
Janoary, 1M8, ordered by the court that the da
frndenl came hie eppraranra t,i be eol.rd tn
ibl. nutt on or b.fore the flrit Tueadiy of Miy
Br order of the court t
CEOROE R II. DAY
Jil.law7wa Plalalllf'a Wtllcltor.
THIS 18 TOalVKNOTIOK, TlfAT TUB
aubncrtberi bare obtalaad from the Orpbana'
CmrtofWaahlogton couniy.ln the DUIrlct of
Columbia, letura letaiaeatery on the pereonal
..late of Darld AlVim, lite of Waebln(i,ncly,
D C.decca.ed AllperaonihartnirelttmeeffBla.
the .aid deceaead, are hereby warnadlo exblbl
Hie aame, wfib theTOoehera thereof, to the cob
acrlh.r., ua or bf.ra tba 8d day of Fabroery next
they may olkerwlM by law he excluded from al
beuefll of lb. aald Allele.
Olren obderooyhandl Iblo 3d darof February.
1SO0. MATIII). ATKIR8,
and Dap-uitur Mail.
Nottb.m and Kaalarn Mallal.t 1aa''lt
aaBB.n. j.... ., ,. - , ..
. mT ,,, " "J"""
U MO p. to., d.partiat t p. ui., clotual
4.4a n. m.
. Wealarn AlatL ruv lUlar ItonM tat Thta
rf '' m.r.dapa-li at L& a.m.. cloicll
"j A?.' , ,! .. P.m., da-
pt.lnu South, rla 0, aad A. E. E lit. Due
a. m. nu, uepana aa a. m., cioioa at a a.
& Ii. Pu. at p. m. daparu at 8.30 p. m
cloaef at 7 p. m.
. Fredericktburc Mall, r!a A aula Creek,
embraolujr, the Northern feok ef Virginia
and Intermediate poInU between Frederick,
burg and Blchmond,Va Due at 3. JO p. m.,
deparU at 7a- ui., cIomi at a. m.
AnnartolL, Kali liL Due at 11 &. m.. da.
parte at l.p, ro., cloiea at 2 p. m. 3d., Sue
at 8.15 p. m,( deparU at t.li a. m., eloiee at
4.30 a m,
Alexandria, Va., Malllit. Due at a, m.,
departi.at S a. m., eloaei at 5 a. m. Zd. Due
at 4.10,0, m., deparU al 8 p. ra., olotei al t
P f. ,
Ueorxetown, D. 0, Mall lit. Da at 3.30
a. m , deparU at J a. ra., cloiei at 0 a. n. 3d.
Departs at no., cloiea at 11.30 a. m., dae
at 4 p..oi.,
Mockrllle, Md., Mall Due aid p. n., da
parta at 7 a, m., clom at 8.30 . m.
-l'ort Tobacco, Flwataway, and DoOeld
8(Dao on Monday, Wedneaday, and Fri
day, at 1 p. m. Deport! on Tuciday, Tbura.
day, and Saturday, at 7 a. m. Cloiei at t 20
a. in. on thoae daya.
Upper Marlboro', Mi., Mall Due at 3 p.
m., a,nUr, depart! at 8 a. m cloilog at C.90
Barratt'a, Ecanlown, Cnarlott, lTall, aLd
Chaptlco MalU-Duo at 7 p. ra., depart at 7
a. in., cloies at 0.30 a. m.
On Sunday, only two malli are recclrcil
from the Kolh, and. but enerrotu Ihe Wctt
and Northweet, due at S a. ra. aod 11 a. ni.
Malli departlog on thla day for then routei
clou at 4.45 p. m. For Norfolk, Old Point
Comfort, tvnd rortamouth, Va., at 2 p. m.
Tha oHee li open for, the dellrery of letlera
and paperi from 8 a. m. to 0 p. ,tn., except
on Sunday, when If li open from 8 to 10 a.
m. and from o to 7 p. m, f
CoJeirllle, Md., MalU-Dut on Tuesday,
Thursday, and Saturday, at B.30 p. m , de
part at 7 a. ra. same daj, eloilng at 0.30
rOrookrtlle and OlW Malli Due at'18.30
I. m. oaiir, asparts at .av p. ra., cloi at Z
i i .r
HON, WILLIAM C. RIVES
IatraclBhrlbebastorrof Ur. atadlaoa'a actWa
life daring a period or sixty years, (from 1779 to
18-W) the writer ba been beefesarily led la to a
review of the most Important portions ef our
pabll blitory. Mr Madison's career wa con
temporary and closely identified with the war of
in jtevoiaiioo, me arauons iaoora 01 ine oio
Coagrelfe,tbC)mpletioB of tha Articles1 of Coo
federation, the formation and adoption of the
Constitution of tb United elate. Ihe political
ooeetlons which aroi under the AdmlnUtratlon
of Washington, the straggle of parties which tar
utaated la the election of Jefferson over Adams,
and the complicated queatloaeof foreign policy
which led to the War of 1812 war commenced
and terminated under hi own ad mlal.tr atlon.
In pas dng under review the- great scene of
our hlatory, tb writer ba Leea a Li ad, by ac
cess to the paper of Mr. Msdlaon and other
original documents, to throw new light upon
many aeoaiaoi paaeages oi in) oigueai ana
as permanent iniereat m nroerieaa aaaais.
Baotideti the career of Mr. Madison hi w sal f. of
which bo connected narrative baa ever yet been
given to the public, the work will embrace aa
Ibeutlc and lilu'trailv netlce. founded chit Or
oaoHgaat anduapnbllshed document of the
moatdlatlftguUbadof blaooatemporarlea Waah
lagtoa, Jeffareon, George Maton, Patrick Henry,
ry iee, Adama, jay, iiauiuoo, King,
Whether thecal J ect. materials, or
tbemntitteperiwttusbeeonaiderad, tb work,
In it design, would seem well fitted to supply
yet remaining & Imporuit.tofciEera'a In oor
national blstory.on )uetlona which most ever
engage the deepest interests of the American
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felJ-ll 11..J.U iijlWtliTs's.
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N;.ik. . ' t. ,.r "' .. ThePmaiDwt aald. The reaolullonl. 17T-vpe-eci'aaa-tne relation trarartored to
LnPmTSHmw,fS,l1I,iTI, U "ndentand them', are complimentary li !th"l" ," Jf "H "d had .tray.dftotn
mqtf"fb-iS,,"!-UV D 'policy which hat been adopted and priu"jlhr,''" bf ' (Chaafi.T
.departlalfclJiu,., cloiei , al 4. a, Eyth', Adalblitfatlon lined It came Into Who he. .offered more than hare t I
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Tnl fi 'Pif,'it r,i- v a , . cxmoa.lhat It Ii axLremelj grallfylar to me 1 17?"' ni l" ,of,rI" lonlcted upon inc.
' MU .1 .
UnsDAT. FEB. tta, main. I
l ' '
8nUa4 In front of tha Exccntlra Maiulon
, and were addrenad by Pmldent Jonxlon,
1 .nl,.taf.tiaii . rliA.
Aft'.i-ratamln. hi. ti,..k. ...i. i.
, taawhloh had walled upon htui
Adopted and 'which It Intended to ba carried
oat j (Great applause.! ,
HUpoliej ba Ueo one wblch wag Intfod
d to rciiore tbe glorious Unfotvr-Q brine
tho grt Etatei, cow the lubject of dtf&J
trorerir. to their original relation to Ihe
Government of the United Statei. And tbli
leems to b a day peculiarly appropriate for
inch a maDlfeatatlon m this the day that
gar birth to him who founded tha OoTerrJ-
nunu-that gave birth to the .Father of lour
Country that gave .birth to htm who -food
at the portal when all there Statei entered
Into thla glorious Confederacy.- I 1st that
the day li Mouliarlr arjbroDriata to thW en.
donement of inaaatues for tbe rest oration' of
union tna. was founded b the Father
of Mi Country. Waihinfrtou. whnint nam
thti city beari, 1 embalmed tn the hearts of
an wno lova ineir Uorernment. A voice,
"So li Andy Johnson," and applaae.l
nsMuiukwu, tutus language 01 ma euioglltV.
was flret In peace, first In war, and first In
the heart of hi countrymen. No people
oat) claim him no nation can appropriate
uim. ni eminence is acanowieageu inroVgn
oat the clr-llsed world by art those who love
free government. I ha.e had -be pie ware'
of a titU from the ftsioctatlon which has been,
directing; It effort toward the ooiopMlon
of monument erected to bis name. I wa
prepared to meet ihetu and give then my
humble Influence aod countenance In aLd of
ibe work. Let tbe monument be erected to
hlmjvho founded the Qovenunept, aud hat
almost within tbe throw of a stone from the
spot from nhlob I new aJdrei you. 1 It
be completed. Applause, J Lei & pledge
which all fheee Statei and corporations and
associations have put In that,, monument tw
firesfrred as an earnest of oar faith jo and
ore of this Union, and let tbe monument be
And In connection with Wishing ton, in
SDeaklnff or the Lledeea that bat-o been
Jilaced in tbat monument, let me refer (oone
rom my oWn State God bless her which
has struggled for the Dreierratlon of ithii
... . - . ... ....' 1 .. j .
union in toe neia ana in ue oounctu or the
nation. 11 in ft rtDcat. that s&e Is low
struggling 1q consequence 6f an InnoVaJtlW
that baa taken place in regard; to bfr vl
tlon with the Federal Government, pro whiff
out o( the Rebellion; to Is near itrugglUg o
renew her relations with "ibis OoTcrnpjent
and take tha stand which she bad occupied
since' 1HQ Let me repeat the lentlment
which that State Inscribe hoon her stone
tbat is deposited within tbe monument ef
freedom and In commemoration or Washing!
ton; she Is struggling to stand by tbe senti
ment inscribed on that stone, and she Is'now
willing to maintain, that sentiment. tAnd
what Is the sentiment ? It is the sentiment
which waa enunciated by the Immortal and
Illustrious Jackson "The Federal Union,
It must be preserved," Cheers Were It
possible for that old man, who In statue I
be ror me ana in portrait uenind ue, to bo
called forth; were it possible to communloate
with the illustrious dead, and be could be
Informed 01 the progress in, tue work or ruc
tion, and rebellion, and treason, that old
man would turn over in his ooffinj be would
rise, shake off tbe habiliments of the tomb,
and again extend that Ion arm and fl niter
and reiterate the sentiment before enun
ciated, Hbe Federal Union, It must be pre
But we witness what has transpired since
his day. We remember what he said in 1833
Wben treason, and treachery, and infidelity
to the Government and tbe Constitution of
the United States stalked forth, it was his
power and influence tbat went forth and
crushed it In its InvipWncy. It wa tben
topped. Rut It wai only stopped for a f ime,
and the spirit continued. There were men
disaffected towards the Government, in both
tbe North and South. There were peotiliar
Institutions In tbe country to which some
were adverte and others attached. We
find that on portion of our countrymen ad.
Toeated an institution In the ftouth which
others opposed in tbe North. This resulted
tn two extreme. That In the South reached
a point at whloh the 'people there were dis
posed to dissolve the Government of the Uni
ted States, and they sought to preserve their
peculiar Institutions. (What I uy on this
occasion I want to be understood.) There
was a portion of our countrymen opposed to
this, and they went to tbat extreme that
they were willing to breakup the Oo em
men Wo destroy this peculiar Institution cf
I assume nothing here to-Jsy kit the cltl
sen one of y 00 .who has been pidadlhg for
hi country and the preservation of the Con
imitation. Cheers J here two parlies have
been arraved ami nit each other, and I stand
before you as Id Id in the Senate of the Unl
ted Slates in 1880, I denounced there those
who wanted to disrupt the Government, and
t portrayed their true character. I told
tbem that those who were engaged in the ef
fort to break up tbe Government were trai
tors. I have not ceased to repeat that, and
as far as endeavor could accomplish it, to
carry out tbe sentiment. Cheers. I re
marked though, tbat there were two parlies.
One would destroy the Government to pre
serve slavery, tbe other would bre.tk up the
Government to destroy slavery. (Cheers. J
The objeots to be accomplished were differ
tnt,, It Is true, so far as slavery wa con
cerned; but tbey agreed In one thing the
deatructlon of the Government, preclfely
.what I wm always opposed, to; and whether
the uliuniomiti rsme irom tue t?umn or
from the North, I stand now where I did
then, yindlcatlng the Union of theee Stales
and the Constitution ef oar country. Great
entering Tbe rebellion manifested Itself
1U 100 oOUin. J. iioou vj mo uovvruuieu.
I sAld I was for the Union with slavery. I
said I was for tho Union without slavery.
In either alternative 1 was ror ine Hovern
taeot and the Constitution. The Govern
ment has stretched forth Its strong arm, and
with Its physical power It his pat dun
treaiQu In the field Tbat Is, the section of
country that arrayed Itself against the Gov
ernment has been conquered by tbe force of
tbe Government useir rtow, wuat naa we
said to thore people ? W laid "No com
promise, we can fettle this quratlon with the
South In eight and forty buarl '
I have said It again anaagain, and ire
peat it now, Dlibandyourarmles, eoknowl- '
- -O- -"- -B-..., - . - -
edge the supremacy 01 toe uons-iiuuon or
at., rf it,.t,l & n't ran itiail lanfua f aaai 1aa
Will nas been ilone since ? Tbelr armies J
bare been dlauanaeii, iqer ootne now to
j a taxi aaa .uuui rtj rub iiuiiot wnirn naar naain a"- -ar"" . eiHa.n aa, tuiuw .uajrej iibbi
aVii nrri iril ani-liift-h I If1t4.nria.rl fa 1. ..u. I -0
Jai80Uil8iJiWf8gBi)lmllY, 8BiiT,lovndt9tli' Union,
r 'NO. 75
rrooj thedotrlnaolieilon and dlnolr
thll Uaiarl. and harlna tr.A (hi. Ihl.. .A
Bg traced Ihii thing
.. '. . ' c .-.-.-.- .v
!" 0w' " "8lel.i
tha lupwmacj of tha law""
. reeoiu. wo nowao
oar country, and
annum.,. nftl 1. If r.L .
I lay, than, when yoa'aonipty with lha
. Comlltution, when you yield to tha law,
1 when you acknowledge allegiance to tha
laovtrnmant, I"iar let the door of tha Union
een a arreat deal sold about tha LxaraUa r
the pardon power, a regards the Fucutlre;
and there Is no one who bai labored banter
than I to bay tbe principal, the intelligent
and eoftscjdus foflntider. broegbt to. 'Juitlre
and have Ihe principle vindtiUd that "tfW
lon aJXcrime." , lUkeen, "
Hut, while con-clous and Intelligent trai
tors are to be DUnlshed. should wh.ila nm.
ttttlfilltoi and States be awJe; to sal 01 It ti
the penalty of death? I hate quite as much
a parity, and perhaps as much resentment,
a a man ought to harr but we mun reason
regarding man a be Is, and maft conform
our action and OUT Conduct to tbe example
of Illm who tattled Mir bolr relloion.
I came Into nowex. under lha CorutltulIt.iv
of the country, and with tbe approbation of
iuo peopie, ana waa. aia i Doaf 1 round
eight inlltlons of people who were convicted,
condemned nnder tbe taw, end the penalty
waa death; and through revenue and resent
meat, were they all to be annihilated 1 Oh
may I not exclaim, how different would ibU
ba from the example set by the Founder of
our nory religion, wnose divine arch rest Ita
extremities on tbe htrrium, while it span
embraces the universe 1 Yes, lie that founded
thU great echetne oam Into the world and
law man condemned under tb law, and tho
sentence was death. What was His exam
pl ? Instead of putting the world or a na
tion to death, lie went forth on the cross and
testified with his wounds that lie would die
and let tbe world live. Let them repent,
let Uiem acknowledge their rashness: lt than.
become loyal, and let tbem be supporters of
our glorious stripe ana stars, ana ine (Jon
slitutlon of our country,
I lay lei the leaders, the conscious and In
telligent tralLorr, meet the penalties of the
law. But as for the great mass who hare
been forced into tbe rebellion misled in
oher InUoceiIet there be clemenoy and
kindness, and a trust and a confidence In
tbem. Rut, my countrymen, after having
nassed through this rebellion, and hai-Intr
given as much erldenceiof enmity to it aa
some who croak k great deal abonC the mat
ter cheers wben I look back over the
battie-neld and, se many or those brave men
In whose company 1 was, In localities of the
rebellion wbere the contest Was most dlffi
$alt and doubtful, knd who yet were pa
tFentf 'when I look back over these fields,
and where tbe smoke has eeercely passed
way j where the blood that has been shed
has scarcely been absorbed before their
bodies' have passed through the stages of de
composItlonJlwhat do I find? Tbe rebellion
Is put ewsi by tho strong arm of the Gov-
eminent. In the field. Rut Is this the only
way in which, we can have rebellions? This
vta a iirupgie against a cnange and a revo
lution or the Government, and before we
fully get from the battU-flelds when oar
brave men have eeercely returned to their
homes and renewed the ties of affection and
lore to their wives and their children we
are now almost inaugurated Into another re
bellion. Cheers. One rebellion was the
effort of elates to secede, and the war on
the part of the Government wa to prevent
tnem iron, accompjuuing tnat, ana thereby
changing the character of ourGovernaie nt
and weakening it power Hnentoeuor
ernment ha succeeded, there Is an attempt
now to concentrate all power In the hands of
a rew at the federal head, and thereby
bring about a consolidation of the Republic,
which is equally objectionable with Its disso
lution. Cheers, I We find a power assumed
and attempted to be exercised of a mo.t ex
traordinary character. Wo see now that
government! can be revolutionised without
going Into tbe battle field, and sometimes
(be revolutions must distressing to a people
are effected without the shedding ot blood.
That Is, thesub'tance of your government
may be taken away while there is held out to
jou tbe form and tbe shadow.
And now, what are the attempts, and what
ts being pi 0 posed f We find that by an lrre
suonilble central directory nearly all the
powers 01 uongress are assumed, wunout
even consulting tbe legislative and executive
departmenti or toe uuvernment. uy a res
olution reported by a committee upou whom
and In whom the legislative power of the
Government has been lodged, that great
principle jn the Constitution which author
Itej and empowers the 'legislative depart
ment, the Senate and House of Representa
tives, to be the judges of elections, returns.
and qualifiiations of its own weuiberi, bai
been virtually taken away from th two re
spcoti.e brunches of the National Legisla
ture, and conferred upon u committee, who
must rcinrt before tbe body ean act on the
question of the udmirrlou of member to their
setu Ry thl rule they assame a Mate Is
out of tbe Union, and to hate It practical
relations restored by that rule, before the
Moure can Judge of tbe uualinoatlons or Its
own members. What ponltlon Is that? You
have been struggling tur four yara to put
own a rebellion. You contended at the
beginning of that struggle that a State had
not a right to go out You said It had
neither the right nor the power, and it has
bean at tied tbat the States had neither the
right nor tbe power to go out of the Union
And wben you determine by th executive,
by the military, and by the public Judgment
that lhee titates cannot hate any right to
go out, this cod tnl t tee turns around aud as
sumes that they are out, and tbat they shall
not come in
lam free to say to you as your txeuuthfl
that 1 atu not prepared to take any inch po
sit.on. Great cheering. I ( in the hen
ate, In the very inception of this rebellion,
that the Stutes had no right to secede That
Juestlon has been aettled. Thus deterulned,
cannot turn round nndcive tho lie dire.t to
all that I prof, to have done during the lst
four years. I say that when tbe States tbat
attempted to secede comply with tbe Consti
tution, and give sufficient evidence of loy
alty, I shall oitend to them tbe right hand
of lellowabip, and Jet peace and union be re
stored I am oppnrjed to th Ravi", the
Ty.uibo, the Hidell., and the long list of
such Rut when 1 perceive on the other baud
men a yolco, f'Call thru, off.'1! 1 care
not by whut name you oall them still op
in..M. t tha Union. I am free to say tojrou
html I am still with the people. I am still
: f.ir tba t.raHarvatlon of these States for the
i. - . - - r -
preservntiou ot this union, ana in uvor 01
this gra. outbibiu.u. au.uiliuuiwt in
lien tbe l'rciljent was ca'llea urt, to
u(v 'be nsmei of Ihrte of the Members of
vongreis to wnoni ue uanauao.ua. ueiuB
-' ' 0 "" 1 ! ( nd 11 , iae- -an
faAilaaea erety .JUtAeca. aueari utaeetet
W. i. VntAen AOJrtTrHi1ttf'eT,
aW U lUalaW t. WktUrVMllWdui.Tt)
awats,tWWalm,,,-,,OJ jw ';"l"
aUAlfUaayaai,,.,.,, e,:jw)- ,oIm
, ataaie Kipue, 8 .an ta.. te., .B., ; ,t , ,,
Taa Tfasn,rrvfa( KariTMjaisLli yx.
Uanaa erirr,rrUaf aaeriilsa fiaaj 4pj,oa.
7iar, 8i Tltraeple,,;rr.t,90taTe
.r ... y... eia.iv, aIJi?i.-ict,.-cfT-
Tbe rentlentaa sails i.r Kre nates. I
am fatting te 17 MaDoVaaxltlellowltUeBI
her. tCbn-lBalfos-riboiiM.ataa. to
ren the wbom I leek epem- nil ketaft op.
peaeoltoth. raadanental btlael ties' of . thll
Oorernment, and ns now laioritif l elaetroT
them. I saj Theddeae Sterenn, e( Fensirf.
raalai I aajrCbai-leeiflaianer, of Maluaeha.
list I iej IVendell I'hllllpa, Af Maaaubu.
lette. Oreat eheeriog, and nitee-tr Jfor
ner!"J tw ,
IdoMttwaate bit tri on.daadvdtHlu.
Leniiht.r.- I' standi fen afar noun-? and
tbuugb tnr enemies 'may ' tradacrfslaad.r,
and rllBperale,J.Di.7s.7tbat baeaaSorce.
In addition to tbla.Ii do n.(latea4to b.
gorernvoT bjr real or pmUnded friends, nor
do I Intend to be waliUd b-r an 88nl.s.
(Cbeers.1 rAttbonait oonrieilonisiaT8nit.
nanoev ti. Conilllotlon my IraUavi I know,
017 coentrjnien, thatltkas bnlnslnatl
oar, said dl recti. In high place Uut If
each a nsartiation si pew.rliiwli.lxen eiar
elsed twu handrail Tun ag., fm parOealar
reigns, II wimldJlaT. euat aa Indlildnal bis
head. Wbaltaearpatlao bss Andrew, John-ennbeeni-gnllij
vt ?uObe.miaal ,r1es f
"Kene."J 11 onlr anrpatlarle,-been
..ulll.J t .A ll . l.i. ,1 . ....
uiiii.ifH uy .aiming oetweeavwu peopie
and tbe encroachments of , power. And be
caui I dared ey In ednversatloa wjtb a
Mlow-cltlsen and a-r Senator too, that I
thought amendment to tbe Constitution
ought not to he eo frequent lest tha lastru
lneot lo all iu sanctity and dignity, and be
wholly lost sight of la aehort tl-ave.faad be
oauia I happened to ay In eooTersatloatbat
1 thought that such and such an amendment
was all that ought to be adopt rd, It waa
said that I, had suggested such nsarpa
Uon of pewr as would have coat a klfa; hie
head In a certain period! In connection
with this subject, one-baa exolalinod that wa
are in the "midst of earthquakes and he trem
bled 'i Yes, there is an, earthquake ap
proaching, there U a gtoendawell ovuitnjr of
popular judgmeut and Indignation, The
American iwple will speak, andby their In
stinct, if In no other way, know whe are their
friends, wbeu and wbere and in whatever
position 1 stand and I hare occupied many
positions in the Government going through,
both branches of the legislature, Symo gen
tlemen here behind me save, "And was a
tailor." Laughter.l NQwrtiuLden'iaffeot
me In the least. When I waa m tailor I
always made aclose fit and was always punc
tual to my customer, and did good work.
Arolce. "No patchwork."
Thr PaisirtRNT. No, I do not want any
fetch work. Rut we pase by this digression,
ntlmatlons hare been thrown out and when
principles are Involved and tbe existence of
my country Imperilled, I will, a on former
ocensions, speak what I think. Yes! eoethlm
his had ' Usurpation I When and 'Where
bare I been guilty of this? Wbere Is tho
man. In all tbe poet t Ions I bareeSocupted,
from that of Alderman to the Vie Presi
dency, who ean say tbat 'Andrew Johnson
ever made a pledge that he did. not zweem,
or ever made a promise that be violated, or
tnat ne acted witn raisity to the peeps T
Tbey may talk about tb beheading) but
whan I am beheaded I want the American
people to be tbe witness. GheercJ J do
not want by lonaendoes of an indirecthar-
aeter in high places tehare one Say to a man
who baa assassination broUing-lashUuheart,
"there tea fit subject." and alsoelalm
that tbe ''Presidential obeUele-' must be
gotdnt of tb way. when. possibly the inten
tion was to Institute uaaosinatinn.,,
Are those who want to destreyi oaxx. insti
tutions and change the character, ef the
Government not eatisfled with th blood tbat
bos been shed? Are they not aatUfiediwlth
one martyr? Does not tn blood of Lincoln
Bppenso the vengeance and wrath of tha op
ponents of this Government? Is their thirst
still nnslaekedr Do theyjwaat mor Wood?
liar tbey not honor" and eoorae: enona-h to
effect the removal of the Preside ot 11 obsta
cle otherwise than through th bands of tb
assassin? I am not afraid of assassins; but
If It must be, I would wish to be encountered
wbere one bravo man canoppose another. I
hold him In dread only who strike cow
ardly. Rut if tbey have courage enough to
strike like men, (I know tbey are willing to
wound, but tbey are afraid to strike,) if my
blood U to be hed because I vindicate the
Union and the preservation bf this Govern
ment in it original purity and character, let
It be so; but wben It is done, let an attar of
tbe Uolunbe erected, and then. If necessary,
lay me upon it, and the blood that now
warms and animates my trame shall b poured
out In a last libation ae a tribute to the
Union the raj and let tb opjtvnents of
thl Government remember that when, it i
poured ut, tb bloo 1 of tb martyr wilt be
the teed of tbe church. Tb Union will grow.
It will continue tu inorea in strength ani
power, though it may b cemented aut
clettnfed with blood.
I hare talked longer, my countrymen,
than I Intended With many acknowledg
menls for tbe honor you hare done me, I will
say one word in roterenoe to tb amendments
to tho Constitution of the United btates.
Shortly alter I reached Washington for the
purpose of being Inaugurated, Vic Presi
dent, I bad a conversation with At. Lin
coln We were talking about the condition
ot a flat re, and In rlernc to matters iu my
own S.ate. I said w had called a conven
tion and demanded enntitutou abvlitbinz
slavery In tbe Slate, which pruvlstuu was not
contained tn the President's pcoolanmliop
This met with hi approbation,, and be give
me encouragement. In talking ujuii the
subject of amendments to Ihe Cuuatitution,
be said, "wben tho amendment tu the Con
stitution now proposed is adopted by tbiee
fourths of tbe Btatva, I ebouM b pretty
nearly or quite dan a regard forming
amendments to Ibe Constitution If there
should be one other adopted " I asked what
that other amendment lUfigesieuiTas, andne
replied, "I hat labored to ptererte this
Union. I have toiled fur .trarv lhate
liau subieoted to caluiunt and mlerebre-
oentation, aud my great and t-'lelltwe has
Veen to preserve lhe Htatei intact. under
the uonstttution, as iuo wore pews, anu
there should be an amendment lo the Con
rotation which woull nminl the SlfiLes to
cud tbeir ecus torn aud Kepre.CtititiToi to
tU Cvngrr's of th Urlled btaU."
Ue saw as part of the doOtrln of secession
th it tbe States could, If they were prepared,
withdraw their Senators and Represent.
Hie.: and hewlshOd to remedy this evil by
the adoption of the amendment auggeeted.
Even that portion of the Conetltation wblch
dlffera frouj other organic law sajs that no
State shall be deprived of Us representation.
we now find tu.pi.on ttxen mat oiaiee
shall not be recognised, that we will impose
taxation; and where lair are to b ttupot-ed
tbe ltepretentaiire eiect irom vuiw are
met at the door, and told "No, you uiuit
pay taxes, but you cannot pnrtloipate in a
Government wblch le to affect yts for all
time" Isthlsiusi? Voices "No"HNo'"J
We see then where we are going. 1 reei
that I am for the Union! I out f'C prvMr-
lng all the Btte ney way a r
but .tuadiuU those luWtue eotH.etl of
th nation who at -k1h '2! U tb.
th man who acknowledge '"f '
GoYefr.rn.nt, ind sw.ars W M ftrith. Con.
Itltullon, (hi cannot do lb Udf-llh
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