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THE NATIONAL KEPUBUCm ERIDAZ .MORNING. MA.YU1. J8G6..
I i n I ,! i : 1 u h - j ' C "Washington Cltyt P C jr.. mpbtaoii co,rPBLisnEna S a P. 1UN8C0M, EDITOR J yRIDAY MOEBISa"! ufgrTs.-MAT 11. 18M, BECErrlO.Y AT THE EXECUTIVE MAHSIOIf.. . Tn Piuisnrr and dausjhUrt will metre neit Tutidy evening, 15th tniL, from 8 to JO o'clock. SEXATOR ILreOrT'S iLIBEL ON THE AMERICAN PEOPLE. In remukloff in a former number of thit ptper opon the Tote reconsidering: the rider On the potUl bill, we alluded to the fact that Senator UrisT .ViLto- favored the reconsideration, thereby indicating that MuaachnaeUa bad one representative in the Senate Chamber who. could rise abore mere' partisan considerations, and rlew pub lie questions in a national rather than a pro Tjntlal light We did the good old Bute too anch honor. Unfortunately for her, ahe U not yet bleated, at least jh the upper branch of Congress, with any representatire that oars to th dignity of statesmanship, and, tearing the-bitter contest of sections, decides legislation on national grounds. In a speech explaining his position on the proposition to u ine nanas 01 the mecuure, and take from him the pririleges accorded both by th Constitution and custom to Tni Patn nsrr, among many rash statements, Senator VTaaon made use of the following impious language: Speaking of the people of this country, in connection with Tn raisioisr, ' hiaaid"thattheirheartshadbeenwningwith 'great sorrow, not surpassed by the sorrow of the four bloody years of war in which three hundred thousand of their sons and brothers gare their llres to their country." From a long experience, we are prepared to hear the most absurd propositions and the most insane prophecies from IIu it Wilson. He Is habitually making wild and unreason able statements at one period of the year, which generally 'takes him the remainder of the year to clear up, defend and explain. Early in the war he officiously and with an ex tathidra air announced that we had men enough in the serrice to finish np the con flict more than could be used by many thousands. A. million men were mustered into the armies after that miserable blunder of the Senator. But with his chronic dispo sition to exhibit the height to'which human folly can attain, we were not expecting to hear, eren from him, anything so blas phemous; so destitute of the truth; to un v worthy an American Senator, supposed to represent a Christian Commonwealth, as that Tresident Jonxaojc " had made more sorrow ful men and women in this country than were erer made by any other man that has trod this continent." We pity the man who, can utter such rile trash nnblnshingly. We' .pity far more the noble people whom he ma ligns and misrepresents, that they bare to share the dishonor .of such langnage. The time was when Massachusetts mourned orcr the woes of human bondage, and held in ut most execration the men who hunted fugi tlres upon her toil, and aought to open boundlett terrilorlet to the adrancing curse oftlarery. 'Akdiiw Jomtsox concjaded the noblest triumph that human liberty erer won by im posing emancipation upon four millions of stares by State action, thereby making free dom substantial and nnirertat throughout this Republic Vet IImst Wilsok tells us that " Qod-fearing, Bible-reading men and women" bow their heads in deeper shame because of Axdriw Jonxsox than the bate tyrants who desired to nationalize property In rnan. If Hurt Wilsox's statement is true, there would be lets sorrow to-day In this country were Jsrrcasox Dans again at the head of the confederacy and List command ing its armies than to hare Axnaxw Jonxsox President lets torrow to reopen the charncl house at Andersonrille, to let looso once more the malaria and miasmas of the deadly Chlckahominyand the deadlier bayousof the South, or to re-enact the scarlet tragedies of Fredericksburg and the Wilderness, which caused a wall in ercry hamlet in tbo land less grief to return to the countless 'horrors of war, than to hare peace with Axdxiw Jouxsox as President. Let Senator Wiuox tell that shameless falsehood orer the grares of the heroes of Massachusetts, and in the presence of the racant households, and to the sad, unsmiling faces of that people, if he dare. I We should fiel ashamed to defend President j Jpnxsox from such foul detractions. We gire them publicity to show the intelligent people of this country how far party rancor and unbridled prejudice can carry its dupes. When It is remembered that Abb-iuix Lixcour founded the policy which gorerns Axoaiw Jonxsox to-day, we can realise that nothing but the shot of an assassin Bared him from the systematic assassination of charac ter and purpose which is now pursued toward hit successor. The grave alone spsred I.ix cour, and the words of Tcjjom and malice In preparation for him are hurled orec hit mound to those who follow his footsteps. I Had IIixrt Wilsot carried the one thou-' sand brare young men who enlisted under him as colonel into a single tight, and seen them fall in defence of their Constitution , and Government j had he erer hesrd the J whistle of a tingle bullet or the shriek of a single shell; had -he erer bent under the weary march, or endured any of the toil or shared the agony or war, ho would not be so flippant in hit rlcwt of suffering and sorrow," And if IIxxxt Wilsox revered that all-wlso ' Being who is the father of all men; if he pondered more orer that divine rcrelation whfch teaches of mercy and charity and lore, he wpuld approach the boundaries of cliris tianlty'or certainly would retain the decen cies of civilization while attempting to upcak for a " God-fearing, and Bible-reading" con stituency. AJIENDME-NT TO THE IIOLHE PEAK. Senator Btiwart, of Nevada, will offer bis "universal amnesty and unlrenat suffrage" plan at a substitute for the non-construction proposition adopted yesterday by the House. RETURN OF HU. NKWAIID. . ' The Honorable Secretary of Bute will re torn to th seat of Oorcmment on Tuesday next. CONFIRMATION OF MR. HHTTIIE AS COLLECTOR OF NEW YORK. It is with pleasure that we announce the con lrmationby,tha Senate, yesterday afternoon. orthe appointment of Urxst A,BxvTt, Esq. is Collector of New York. In thus seconding the nomination of Tni PatsioxxT, made without reference to politics, but with a high regard for, and sincere dettre to terre, the great business Interest of the country, the senate has done no more than iU duty, Hough it has shown a dilatorines in reach ing a conclusion on the subject, it has nerer theless rendered a just judgment, which we believe it will not regret, and for which it will receive the thanks of the great cornmer- clal Interest! of theEmplrtcityandSUte. No man whose name was presented for the office of Collector of the port of New York re ceived higher or stronger endorsement than that of Haunt A. Surma, CONFIRMATION OF GENERAL SICKLES. The Senate yesterday confirmed the nomination, by Tin Faistoxxr, of Major General. Daxitx K. SicxLxa as Minister Resident to tho Hsgue, dominions of the Netherlands. His Is a nomination and con firmation eminently fit to be made. Gen eral Sicklssj has distinguished himself in the serrice of his country as a statesman, diplo mat, and soldier, and emerging from the war maimed for life, it is but a becoming act of tender gratitude that the Government should confer upon him the " honors easy." Gen. Sicxucs will represent the Government abroad with emineitt ability and credit alike to him- seir and tho nation. A NEW SENATOR FROM CONNEC TICUTITS SIGNIFICANCE. The nomination of Mr. Fibbt as the suc cessor of Senator Fosria from Connecticut has a significance about it of mora import ance than at first appears. If the Lcgisla- ture"of Connecticut ratify the action of the Republican caucus, which it no doubt will do, Mr. Foster will retire on the 4th of March- next from the Presidency of the Sen ate, which position makes him acting Vice President of the United States. This will Involve the necessity of electing a new acting Vice President, who, in the event of the death of Tux PaxsmixT, wonld succeed to the re sponsible duties of the Chief Executive of the nation. 8WALL6WED WHOLE. The House swallowed the production of the Reconstruction Committee tvclt, yes terday. The DemocraU rotlng with Tnan, Srarxxs prevented the third section from being stricken out. Should the Senate con cur with, the House, which we doubt, the people wilt discard the creature of the com mittee as an illegitimate. PBniONAL. Rit. Bitnor Sixrsox, the distinguished alrlne, mail a sjteg visU.ta this eltj yesterdtr. returning la the '4.80 afttrnooa train to Phila delphia. Hox. Moses F. Odill, a distinguished gentltmta sad rtluablo Ooreraosent offlter. Is bow IjIos; Tory ill at bU mld.ro In Hew Tort: nit tarnttt and tloquont appoalt for .Tory vbrtan. tbroplo object In tbt District of Columbia dtrfaf hie sojourns bort at a aomoer of Congress eodeered bios in tat hoertt of tbo bontvoUnt of erer. Chris tlon persuasion. His dorolloa to tbo Bebheth- ebool ooqso won for bins tbo lovo of tboasends of tho pupils, whilst bis aaoso was a towtr .(strength with ovT7 omeor or Uoobtr. Wo loam that la bit prtioot eritloel eondltl m Mr. (Moll's mlod It per. feetlr eleer, end ho eonrtrtot eooerfollr on bit protpoolt of rtaeblof that "bright load" of which bo hot to often spoke and tunc la tblt mttropolla. gk!. sxaiPK coatrinaiico a poiuas tbh, AT nauiiisncno. Taa PasttDBtT't rtmoval of Biutxn, lao pott tnastor of lttrrUbarx. Ponnijlvaala, and tbo ap pulotmtntof MtiorQoatralKxiraatb.lt iteowtor, wts toofiratd faj tbt Sonata yostorda afUraoon. Wo eoosrttolato Taa Fbbiidirt, tbt Sonatt, and tbt ptoplo of lltrrlsbnrs; apon tblt aot of JasUoo. Tho CliroMloto Ditlnroctaato. pfallqatstloot Innttnro, toltoeo, or art, lawbleh odo woald ozpoet tbo CkrtnirU te bt awdir, tbot of ldli!arotaatt" tttadt most promlnonl. Bnt it tppatrt tbat whtn tbtt tonttra tostllt a "Job" la OODtrosslonti ltftslatlon It ean tmtll nothltf olao at tbo tlmo. Vtitlrdtr, tbt CkrtnuU pobtd itt aost into tbt ttoali and wbllt oa ono ptgo It dt oltrtd tbo atmoipbtro in tbttylelnlt to bo deadly In itt polsooots qntlititt, oa anolhtr ptst It lo formt tbt pobllt tbtt nndtr tbt tupleot of tbo Board of llttlth got lint It boltf ntod at a dltla- ftttant npoa tbt ttrtb at It It removed from the bd of tbo etntl Tblt It prtpoittroos. Ott Hat It aot a disiafeettnt, aodltaotatedai snth. It ! thrown open tbo mad and dirt removed from tho b.d of tboeenal for tbt parrae of oxtioxalshlDg any germs of vegttttion tbat mtj txlst ia It prevent ing aoTthlog from growing oat of tho otrth that reiaovtd. But that tbt Chrouul smells tomttblog aboot tbt tantl is evident from tbo tppttl with wbieh tbtlr betlth article closet "Wo tgtln beseech tbo Moose Committee for the District to report the bill Incorporating tho DIl. trict of Columbia Canal and Ijowertge Company,' " s Tbo llotoaojt Opera Trwupe The stor of "ClodcrcUa" It very old, bat ntver wrtrt out, and atrtr foils to awaken tbt tame In terest and amotions which made It to popaitr In oar oath- Tbo trlamph of tlmptltlty and vlrtao over erael neglect tad haaghty pride earrlet tbt betrt of tho beholder Whether at a play, tpeo tttle, or with oporttle additions. It Is alwtyi tbtrmlog aad agroetblo. Tbo tlolman Opera Troopo have beea performing tbtt vlvaolont adtp. lion dtiiog tbt wtek, and those who wish towlu dois a geoertl favorite thenld not fell to visit Qio. rsa'a darlog tbt stty of tbtt talented troopo. Tbo Uooelwo; Speecls. The Afll war mtket some remarkt ppoa tbo ltttst orttorital tflort of Mr. Dsmaa, wbitb art rather more sevsro tban these we felt called apon to make open the ttmt sabjtct. Me. Dcmitg. of Conntetiont, delivered la tbo liottt on Tbarsdtj a tpeech on the hilt oreatlog the grade of genersj in tbt Unlttd Sttttl trmy ooo of those tpeeohes which mtkt Coogrcssaodtbo country ridiouloos. lie elted at preoeaentt for tbo promotloa of Oeneral tirtnt to the newly-oreeJcd dignity Boioitris, Ittmtsts, Pbtrtoh, and ttrtrtl uomtnllonea lleoylonltn ana'AStyrltn cnitis lit wtt'down on'' tbo Trojen wtr, bat of coarst did not delrn to call it by to llmnit a namt In bis more noble Uogntgo, it wts tbt wtr " wbloh. for two centuries, rtged roond mighty Illam " Most of tbo discourse wot of a piece with tblsi aad when one thinks tbtt tbo orator wu ottering tne voice of the House upon one of tho most Inspiring tbemes of the etotory, ooo cannot help tsklog toltmnly, whether nothing can bt done to Improve Coogrtt signal rhclorta California. Clalato. Durlog the month of April last tbt Commissioner of tbo Otnertl Ltnd Omeo Issued talents for Call, forala tltlmt amoantlog to 07,639 aerot. Dnrlng tbt ttmt period Oregon donation patents oorertof S7,87 teres were Issued by tbo stmt office. OeTsinn Ftr tht tongrteslooal rtports, aad other ralttblt and laterettltg matttr, itt ontsldi columns of tht Bsrosucax to-4ty. Our. SasaiTAx hu arrived In New Orleans fren Xtxai, truss abtw. Mr. BisairAor Rat'doae.iemo good for tbo peo ple tfWothiegtoadariaf tho pest winter. lit hat exhibited severe! of his host pictures here, and Iho otett hat been te aire ant toalitr aa Improved tanderd whereby they ootid Jadgo the merits of ourortert artists. II bed another good tint, ii la tomp degrto turned tht atuatloa or our potpto front arsat u art) from tht latamaatilee of war to tbo reining and elevating laieenoet of tht hetttl. fel. If by tht stmt Instrument ht oouldhavo ItraedthealleatioaofoarpnblltmoB from poli ties to rellgtoa. M tbtt tbtlr hetrtt woald hart beta tofttued tad their energies given to doing tbt STtatest rood with tho smarted steant, wo should hart tot hies down at tbo,gvtatett bonotielorof oar day. It hu been ttld (hit Washington wts ta timet pbtrtofpolltlot, aad tbtt aolhlag else nourished In It. Wo proaouuoo this a libel of tbo very wont klad one tbat tannot bt lmprovtd on. There wu tlwtyt a gttalat lore for art and literature la Washington toeleiy. Several of our loading till ttat gave laaglblt tatonragemeot to both, from pure lovo of teeing tbo good effect tbetr Infloenet lad oa tbt people. Several oolleetloat of foe pie taret wtro made, tomt of wblth ooaltiaed woikt of tbo best European u well u American artltlt; Iter wu this alL Hr. Coacoalx,whoeegeneroelty bed prompted him to beoomo a publlo btotfutor, wu ttecting a galltry tbat would hurt 'doao credit to aay elty, which ho lattndad to bequeath to tbo people for their boaent, using art u thoAsst In strastor. But the war laterrapted hit purpose, and the odIBeo ho had to generously "dedicated to art" wu seised aad need for arms. Tho war It ovtr now, aad wo can agala gtva oar attention to the oaltlra tltn and encouragement of these trtl tf peue to which wo are to nosh Indebted for our greatness u a nation. Mr. BlBBtrAST hu tttmalatod anew that lovo for art which these promlaont tltlttnt wtro doing to math to encourage whon the war began. We bore now to tee tblt encouragement renewed and Increased, and tab such a lugible form u will ooofer real benetl on our people. Let It not bo told tbtt It wu tbt Government that threw ob ttteltt la tho way of Itt dtvelopmoat." Mr. BiaaivABT'a picture of Meant lTood hu been removed to tho Capitol, aad pteeed orer tbo west door In tbo Botunda. Tbo position Is byno meant a good ono, and the ttrong effects of tne palntlof are almost lost for want of preptr light. 8 till It excites tho admiration of all who too It, aad It accepted u a bold and striking tzamplt of tho premiaeaet attained by Amotteea artists la ltnd- eeepe palatlag. Tht tlmt will tome, and we hope teoe, when our BtprtseutallvM la Congress will give more attention to tho art aad lttorttBre of tbo country, aad to entourage oaf own artists u to adorn tbo Ctpltol, and perhapt the aaeeetlre Man tltn, with tbtlr beet works. There Is another remarkably lat plelurt oa ex hibition in the Rotunda. Wo refer to Bothtrmet't Chrlttlaa Martyrs la tht Collooum. Bnt little notice hu been tehee of tblt picture by tho p-esf, but we venture to atttrt that tht prodtttloo of lath a wtrk of real merit la Kuropo would htvt mtdt tht reputatloa and fortune of the painter. The teono lUustratee a' time la Roman history when harbarlaa Borne gave her Chrutiaa devotees to bo torn to plceea In the arena by wild bouts, and tho serege aataro of tbo people found pleuoro end mtrrlmont while witnessing the terrible sight. It It not a pleataat subject to contemplate, nut the ptlattt hu told as the story with great power and effect, and tbt mtrt wt ttudy It the mere we are impressed with hit lkll la haadling the subject. Tea hove a falat rltw of tht Inttrior of tho Coll oeunt, whore a victim of this Roman ta vagary It In a dttth ttragglt with a lion. The ttalwart Bgurt of the Romaa soldier, u he eomttto summon aa other vlotlm, a yontg, laaoeent. and sorrowing girl, aad polntl htr with ntree gestures to the bloody toeto In the arena, It not only clearly drawn. but one of tbo most effective pleees of pointing wo have sesa for a long time. The Christian martyrs, too, u they lay la the aate-ehember of the Coll. eeum awtitlog their doom belpless.torrow strlektn and dtspelring It ta tzetedlogly fine pleso of grouping. Ton road la tbo conatoneneo of tub sgurt tbt anguish of that deep struggle that It goleg oa aitbla. Tht oolerlag of tblt picture It rtmarktbly ttrong tad well baltneed, while for depth aad toao we hare rarely teea aoythlog to equal It Drawing and comet anatomy are two of the most dlfflcalt things to muter la a picture like this. Both art haadltd with tonsummnto skill. Our spMC will not admit of our giving to Ihlt lot pltturo the extended tritlelsm It deserves. It Is enough, however, to soy the! Mr. RovxiaxBt. Is la figare palatlog whet Mr. BltastSDTls In land, scape. Forest Glen Is the nemo of one of those remtrka bly dtllgbtful aad buy plcturee by Mr. BlSBlTSDT, and which be larettt with all tho cbtrm of a nat ural Itndsetpe. It It now to bo seta at Ilonsox TavLoa't, but It "ntt for tale." Jn treatment II It eomewhtt different from anything wo htvt be. fore ttta by tbt ttmo ertltt. The oolore are warmer and rlcherj there It mere ttrtngth la tht rotks tbt forest trtes look more vigorous tod net nral, and the foliage more tender end crispy. Yon are at once Introdecod to n glen out throogh steepe of rugged, shelving rocks, on etch side of wbloh huge btrebet, mtplet, and beeches, tho trees we hart tten aad admired la oar childhood, are growing, their embrulng brenehtt forming aa arbor overhead, aod giving a beautiful vista to tbo warm and delitloes scene. A strstm of clttr, ''pellutld water It rippling down through the glen, over the red, mossy rotas, wbith art ptlottd so trut to naturt tbtt It It dlffitalt to rtallst thtt tne Is only looking tt etnvtss. There is a waterfall la the distance, reflecting a pole bine mist and giving addltloaal elcaraess aad Interest to tho prospective, which Is rwrj flee. A number of doer htvt tp protebtd ant of tbo rocky lodges, and with an air of surprise art wttcblog the effect of the waterfall In the dlilen-.. In short, "Forest Olea" Is an tsqultltt poem, lung with til tht wsrmth end glory of a bright summer dey. We should like to spend a month ta Just such a piece, provided there were trout la tbet stream. Tito State af Mlseltelppt. Tho grand Jnry of Lowndet eoaoty, Mississippi, la their report at the April term of tbo Circuit Court, set forth tbo great evllt of distilleries end retell liquor tsttbllsbmtntt Tbtytty tbtt "tuch is tbt know BOtblngism of whiskey, your Jtry htvt been unable to secure testimony, In many Instances, from even the Decreet neighbor', u to the vtoletlon ofthesUtaU." The following paragrtpht alto oocnr In Ibc re port: a "The cobriotv and Industry of thtt norilon of oar population known u froedmen, upon whose laoor anotooa oooauct wo aopeiyi lor ido prospers tv of the State objects of primary Iroporfance year Jury deo It the duty of oar XogUlatart and corporate bodies to protect them against tbt d t I- leriet and llqnor shops which aro destroying their heretofore temperate and Industrious habits, and encouraging Idleness and waste of money tbat mast entail upon a a harden of thousands of paupers and provo a rrn.irai source or oeaaiy epidemic ois oases, th prodaot of idleness and filth "Yonr lurr woald further call voar attention to the rapid Increase of a certain nameless vll, by which a larg class of onr freed women are converted Into Idle, vagrant profligates, and too many of our eUlieos, old and young, th victims of Its disease bearing Inflnencc. Th aacred obligations of wed lock aro being violated and disregarded, and It will require but a few years for tb country to feel tb loss, not only la high morality and domostlo happi ness, bat In that actual Increase of namerlcal popu lation necessary to Its prosperity aod development, and which ll only tbo reult efoonjegal fidelity. A snort txtended legislation on th subject of prostltn tloaand lta effects Is respectfully recommended." CoaAima4!oft.e. Taaooonw SI. Dona, to bt Indian Agett for tho TcrIta-17 of fftwlfexloo. Jo earn F. KaiM, to ) Deputy Postmaster at nJTlebtrg, Pa. it Umbt A Burt ms, U bt Collector forth dis trict ofUsw York, rlso Pmito Kjio, dsoeasod, THE DEPARTMENTS. Iavrd-ir tor.r.t.t fatu frt. a ..... pn.HUi tm th put ( aoTtrnm-Qt dUbirt-lkf bAMriy lh Trvuirtr tt tt tJ-Jtsl 6UU1 ytiUrdty Iuc4 U foUowtof elwUi- TiiiottarD riiTKiar, 1 TftiituittVi Ornet. I m W1MI.-MTC.T, 7 , lsWl- J Btt To art rqat.tKl to m.lr t ti Trvw rr f th U.Hd Bl.ttt, iltBilUnooQilr wltt. truMrfpU of Mtjout eirrtnt. lUUmtat utwlof th aatmat yt- b1t to tbo trodlt of m1. dli Virtlnf offloar of tbo United BUtM, 4vrrftOd vodor tb hoida ot Wr, Not, ood UImoUomooii jcUlaf tbo l(T-oto of e-h oHMtloattoo ood of olt tbo el.Mlflf tsUoni U ficiroo. Tbo bjook llitd ud for tborotoraofloUrDUrtTna n-lll onawor for tbo noorto. . Thoio Itutraotloot on lotoodod to nwd tbooooftboSMroIory oa tbo tlmo lobjwt liiaod odtrdotoof JiljlVe 1863! BoiwtBrnioftbotdo Mriptloa botog ow roqolrfd for bU offl. A itilet oomUntt will bo oxpoctod. ' F. E. firiRRBt. Trootoror. Afprorod, IIuoi McCcttoc. SoerotoryoftboTrtuor. In eoofornUj wUb, tbo aboro lutrattloot. tbo Pomtutwr Qontral olio Ud tboVollowfog ordir; .. PsVTMiirii Oi.tKit'tOrrtes, ) WiMIMWI. Utf 0, lBOO. I , , ClrtaUrOX , i ' Koch poj muter wtil, ot tbo eloto of often wttlr, rtport to lb Tnuortr or lb VttUd BUt-i.fl I rt et, tb duttotlt btilooe of pobli iaoi.to bit erdlt, dMlfnstlof tb plM or ptooM of ab dtpotlt, ' B. W. Biicb, FojmuUr QantriJ. Clark In th Dpartmcnt. Tbo 6crtorj of tbo Kotj. Iq oai wr to a nooto molotloo, jo UrdaT it. Id a 11 il of oUrki of tbot Dwp-jtnjilthSUtM fronwbUb lbj wro op. polntod. aad tbtlr oeoapotlon btfor appolstniat. Tbo Attorn Qtotrol bu aljo itptltd to tbri olattoa, (Ittnf lU boibi of U olorlu. Ho uti tbol bono ro otdlri of tb BOlloaol Mrrie. and tbat Boo wtro la-tbo rebt wrrte. To a UUratil rTao rMtlptltiUrd amovato dto$T0S,74aM. A nOUail "KA. VOTAGM IAPETT OP MR. PI 11 LPS AKI ALtirr TJ1U PA&U SUNOICni OF Til IE CITY OB IVASII IN O TO If. Tb many frltadi of FaAsiLm,TMitp rj , will agtrlj proa tb iobjolad xlraeU rota a lottor addrtuad to hla pater la tbla oltj; Oa Boaao triiKia raorom-, I April ST. JBC Daia EoLOtioai; Wo aro ot lait naariug Qbmbj town, wbtrt w oxpoet trfarrir aomo tlm to-day, Tb partteolara of oar dltutrooi rojog I aboil baro to Iar boUI m Btt. la tb maantlm I will giro yea a roach ldaa of th taanj mlibapa wo aavo ktbad to Bdar. Io th flrtt plaeo, w groandad at Sandj Hook going oat of N.w Yoik harbor, and war data! d ad two hoar. Th Bxt day IMooday, April J.) w hrok oar propolltr. whth daprlrod w of all turn power. Th eaptata tban dacldad. to mak th paa aaao sador oanfaaa, Oa Thariday, tb 12th. at aboat eight p. m , w loit oar rodder Jo th mldat of a fearful gal of wtod. J nit fancy a largo ahlp like tho City of Washington at tho marey of h waree, rnoolog moantalaa high. 1VjalTrd n letboyoBd deaerlptloa. while o looooaitoa of tIo lent goleiwero blowing, until tho morning of tbo 18th", wbeB a eteamer bor In eight. W had by tbla tlm dtttwrttoo tUgrwt oot of oar eoarao, and ontlrolj oat of the tratk of ateamera, oar onlj hope being to fall to with iom lalllnr' TtiteL Prort- dentlally for aa, tbo tUamar prorad to be th ono on wmcb 1 am now inditleg Ibeae baety Uoei Eb Is from Philadelphia, boond i'or Llrarpool. aad baa. ta eooieiaaae of aerere galea and loalog her aalle, beea compelled to go alxty mllea ont of hef eonrie. Ton ean fancy what a relief tt wato aaa a ehenee ofgettlsg oot of danger, Tho captain of tbla t earner who ta a eplcndtd ftltowAQerd to4ak na all ob board neatly two bond red ioalt bnt ho aid wo woald havo to rough iC, aa bit retiel waa only a freight ihlp. with aeareely any aocommoda tlona for panengera All the paaeengara wtr aafely transferred byfcoati betwaen tb two vesseli. whleh wu no eaey task to a hoary swell; hot none of ns were allowed to take with ns aoy beggag whatarar. to w are without oren a obaage of linen, Wo fall xpoted to ;eaoh Qoeenstown oa 6aa da, the ltd, aa tho wlad bad set la fair, bat tbo third da violent gales set in, and an aooldent hap penod to tho propeller on thit steamer alw whlotT compelled ne to dlseontlnno tho bio of tb engine, aodw bar been tossing about all tb week, making Tsry alow progress, with wind dead ahead. Words fall me to describe tb kind of 'Tooghtng" w bar had to ondnro. From tho hoar wo atartod np to tb present the weather baa lean fearfal, and now. by way of change, and, to complete the measure of onrmurortaoes, there Is eneh a boavy fog prerall. log that It Is doobtfal whether v can gat Into Queen i town to-day. m m Bat ca DAT, April 28 Wt are sow aboard a steamer oa tho way from Dublin to Holyhead, and expect to reach London to night. Wo landed last night In Qaeenstowajost In. lime to eateb tbo train for Dublin, delighted to get ont of th steamer, I assoreyon. Tbo weather Is beautiful, and wo art now rosblog ahead at twenty mllea an hoar. Mrs Phi LP ha satTared great mental anxiety, and, thus far, baa not frlly Improved by oar hitUmquatte txtur$uiu little Ltxi. baa got on splendidly through oat. While onr breakfatt waa being prepared for as la Dahlia, I managed to ''do" soma of tbo prtnolpal streets, o.( Io. In my next I will giro yoa details wbloh I am now necessarily compelled to omit W bad almost been given np by oar friends In Eogtand. Xnsnrance on tho Teasel had goo np to 00 guineas per 100 pounds sterling. All aorta of reports were afloat, On was, tbat w had bean oeptared by tb "Fenians" another, that we had i truck an iceberg and gone down with all on board. Had th Wasblogton not been a vory staunch boat, w woald Inevitably hare gone to the hot torn. Whtn wo shall get our baggage, If at all, Is vary problematical. Bemmhr mo kindly to my frltads, and say X bar tbooght of them all. .. Truly, yours Tumw Four A Deittocratle Dleolalmer. Tho following extract, from Senator Bacliicbt'I speech on Monday last, shows that tho Democrats have no expectation of favors from President Joimsob. Mr. S. then argued on tb right of tb President to remor The Executive having tb appointing power, had of coarse tho removing power. Th powrs of th Senate were of an advisory character only. 2)o so eh attempt as that of this pending amend ment bad over been made before. In th hot con flicts of party la former days U bad ntver been don A Democratic fitnato and House had never' attempted to deprive a U big President of tb power of removal from office A Whig Congress had ntver attemnted It with a Drmooratl Free dent. What was the necessity for It now ? W hen Abraham Llo eoln was President h Mr. 8 1 bad dared to ones. ilon 0ol of Wi mU ,n,i ,pl.httt of anrkaJ and trotter bad been burled thick around him It was treason then to disagree with tho President. Now thay disagreed with a President of tbslr own selection. Us Mr. S was proud to proclaim himself tb personal friend of tb President, and bis willing ness to support blm under th Constitution, but be did not want tbo crumbs of patronage for bis party. Noj th Democratic party asked no pa Ironag from tb President! they bad not eleated him, and wanted none of his offices. What they did want waa to sea this country once mora glo rious, happy, and nolted. Tbey did not wjih to take from this alarmed party their President. He did not know or a single Demoorat who bad beea appointed to office by tho President. Wby are Senators so alarmed aboat tbt advisers of tbo President II aa ht not tbt dlrln Stanton? bu be not Mr. Sew ardT ad risers whom yoa have ax Sresfed your confidence In ever and over again. Mr, B did not bellevt that lb Secretary of State, altar fighting tb Democratic party all his life, waa going to all himself with them now, Aa to Stanton, tb Democratic party did not want him) tbo Republican party bad him, and wr wel come to all th capital they conld mak oot of him Y&TDiYrru the aimlvernrjr of tone wall .fokMB'i dsatn, ( 1 j , , Pen, Pcnell, anclBclaaor. New YOfcr. l agog ott the tutjoct of grog. DtTtvLLixa la brink In New Orleans, , A to an ado, with heJl.'rtcenUr paued orcr idomisiaan aod Arxaesea, damaging taa trap. X wbitb rCB weighing m'nipoundt waa aaurht La th Kentucky river a few davs act. Air inconsiderate fellow calls the prevalent nee of tilting th skirts tht "alnderpes." DaUjJ tvett generally float. Ono sinks "Ocoealonally." Zttt't-iiV Journal. Tun Empress Eugenia wu 40 years, old on tbt th Inst. ' , Tus foundations of a new opera house aro being laid at St, Peel, Minn. Br tho recent lYeghet orcr 2,000,000 logs ware lost at Menomooee. WU. Goxeau BfAUxtOARD and Adams have gone to Europe, tt negotiate tht Jackson railroad loan. f Wxtbw the past two weeks seven horse tblevos hav been summarily killed near ateney vWe, nUnola. . Tnx "latest style" In New York U ditTercnt colored stockings. Tb effect, whnth skirt Is lifted, Is aald lo be very funny. . Oxsofthe Chronicle writers peramo'nlated th city on Wednesday fet sanitary pSrpooet, and judging from his report, ho moat have scented a "dead dock' la every breese. ' Mju A, J.Batis, tho Tolomlnbos writer on Spiritualism, says that "the spiritual world la made from life poiat ., and sent , eat from tht chemical coalition of the planets,' - ScrritAat for the goose U not fmtTrage for the gander, la seems Colorado Is admitted with a constitution that prohibits negro suffrage, while Southern Statu are asked to adopt negro suffrage. TnuaLOW Urowx, formerly of Aubqrn, N. Y,, editor of tb Cayuga Ckuf, and a popular tem poraooo lecturer, died at Fort Atklnson,WIs , 00 th 4th Instant, IIakrisox IT. Dodd, tho chief conspirator In th Sons of Liberty organisation, baa returned to Indianapolis from Canada, and proposes to brare the civil courts Tiie directors".)? the'ltanassas 'Gap 'rail road are endeavoring to effect a loan of $25,000 for the purpose of patting the rod Into Immediate operation to Salem, la Faaaalerouaty. The Memphis Argus proposes making a new State ont of Wast Tennessee and North Mis sissippi, to be called the State of Jackson, with Memphla for Its capital. Ik a country churchyard this epitaph may he seen: "Hear Ilea the body of John Hoblnaon, and Fnth, bliwlfc " Underneath Is the motto, "Their warfare Is heoomplUhod. Wx. M. Fltmuo, the actor, died suddenly ta New York elty last Monday of heart disease. Daring the war he waa In the army aa paymaster, and was recently breveted colonel 'In the regular army. He leaves' a family of four boys A riot occurred tn Chicago 'about the laying of a railroad track on Twenty-second street. A mob of eltlaena tore np the rails repeatedly, but were finally driven, off by the police. Shots were i changed bat nobody hart. Tux message of Mayor Drown estimates the present value of taxable property-Jo Nashville at $18,000,000, or nearly $4,000,000 more than five years ago, at the commencement of the rebel lion Tn wicked editor of the Springfield lie pulltcan aaya this t ' Garters with diamond buckles are worn with the new hoops la Paris. It la Impos sible not to see tbat they are not Introduced here yet." A coBREiroxDKMof the Cincinnati Com mttctal assures as that at Col am bur, Mississippi, the ladles who decorated the gravea of those slain la battle, or dying la camp and hospital, made no ' difference between tb Confederate and th Federal dead. In addition to the religions Convention called by Dr. Breeklarldge, of Ky .which will meet to St, Louis on the 16th lostaot, the Presbyterian Oeneral Assemblies, both old and new school, will oonvene there on the 17th. Orer a thousand dele gates are expected to be In attendance. Tub Anglo-American Timta, published at London, has tbts Item of Information "The trial of Mr. Davla la expected to take place at the Csr tular Cttrt at Richmond wlth!ntwo months from this date." Tire bark ViWhrop, from Clenfnegos for Portland, was sunk at sea on the 2d Instant, from the effects of a heavy gale Captain Hill and crew war picked up by th schooner Waller IUIelgb, aed brought to Near York. " At a grand dinner recently given by the homeopathic pbyslolans of Paris, It was announced that a universal congress of the followers of Hahne mann will take, place Io 1867, and Uut all the wotka relating to their system of practice will he on view at the exposition. 1 Mr. Tiud. 8txtkxs said In thoIfotuQ that he had been told tbat cotton by free labor conld h produced for on cent a pound, Mr Stevens baa alao been " told' that " the moon la made of green cheese " This man ts held to he a tlaUsinaa and a party leader. A', Y Com AHwtittr The unconditional Union party, at a meet ing Tuesday evening, la Baltimore, passed resolu tions declaring that no man tainted with treason should be pnt In office, that negro aaffrage should, be opposed, and the effort to rpal th registry' law of Maryland resisted. Tut railroad dranbridgo" across tbo Cum-1 beriaod river, at Clerksvllle, Tennessee, waaeomi plated on Batarday, and at fire o'clock, p, m , the first train passed over It since February, 1883. The road will he poshed on aa fast at possible, to make connection through to Memphis. TnK wholesale grocery of Miller. Stratton A Co , on the Ohto levee, at Cairo, and twelve other bolldlngs, occupied aa cTothlog stores, saloons, Ac , were burned Monday m rnlng The estimated' loss ts one hundred thousand dollars Insured (or about sixty Ovetbonsand dollars, mainly la Eastern companies. If tho case of Mrs. Brass field, whose hus band was recently assassinated In Utah, and, who, It will be remembered, applied to the court for the custody of bar children, than In charge of another wife of the Mormon husband she had abandoned to marry xTraesfleld, Judge MeCurdy haa granted the petition. Some Washington correspondents' advance decidedly original Ideas with regard to the amend ment of the Constitution reported to Congress by the reconstruction committee The correspondent of the New York lUrald aaya Mr. Chase opposes the constitutional amendment because It la wmmm Hrtnttonal. The Philadelphia Lflgtr employs a writer who says the President will veto th amend ment Button Tranienpt. Tire Irnh 2'eopte, an O'Muhoney paper. closes a two-column leader with this paragraph "A cloud seems to bang over the Brotherhood at this moment, hot It Is only the darkner that pre cedes the dawn We art In the last hoar of the night, hope I welling fresh and buoyant In onr hearts, and ere many days the blessed son of ualon and peace will shine upon and lead aa to vletory." We obserre that the letter of Daniel Webster to Daniel S. Dickinson, on the occasion of Mr. Dickinson's retiring from tbt Senate la 1850. la going the rounds of the preis at "a hitherto un published ittr." This Is a mistake,. The latter wu printed la Mr. John Sarsge's oxeollc at hook entUled '0r Uviof RepreeenUt.T Men," 1,0 ., r. Dojefe u, 07 iweyiisMiafwait day ta vTaehlagtea. preparing the lecood tdltlea of his life of Andrew Johnson, te be Issued toon. Mr. .Savage haa bad several satisfactory Inter? Is we with the Proeldeat wMUher. T ITion Wat in'jtfio Misalaalripl at St, Louis has had a very aorleas effect. The etty has beea contesting suite who souticra upon the river front for com tlm past, and waa vnaV tt oast them .from possession. Tht high? water, however, did tho work, and bow the tlty haa taken BeaadV te prevent them from returning to tt whoa th river recedes. Gebkitt Sum. brought a salt against the Homo eatf Oswego railroad, olalmlng $60,000 for damage' dope to hla, property. The cast wu sab milted to the arbitration of Uon. JamesPUtt,noo, Win. F. Alien, and Messrs. J, MeWhorter, O. U. Uutlngs, and O Malllsoa. The referee awarded Mr Pmlth $9,190. Tn Springfield (Mass.) Republican says: Ifnember ot Congress will take pains to Inquire they will find that not a Jew tht most Henoch and Influential Republicans all ever the country be lieve that the loyal representatives from the Booth ehoatd be admitted io Congress, and .hat their eon tinned txelorlon threat rata to th party. It ts reported from Japan that an unlucky native engineer, who purchased for the Tycoon aa Ironclad war reasel which proved a failure, la stantly expiated hie offsocthyy tht soam ary pro cess of faaYlkari. This Is a signal Instance of the value of a "peculiar Imitation," If all the pub lic men elsewhere who eommlt serieus blunders could be induced to follow tht Japanese fashion, what riddance there wontd be, Tni citixeni of NashTille, Tennessee, have ehowa their good eease by returning alaee theeloae of the war to the maintenance of good public eehoola. Before the rebellion these Institutions were the pride of the .people. The teachers bow employed (two of the principals being gradaatee of a Northern college) are determined that tbt tohoels shall merit in the future tho ansae support whleh theyjiad .6 the past The etty ts said to have made an lavestment of $200,000 la the schools, and tt main tains them -at a yearly expense of $60,000. The whole, number of eoholars la aboat 5,000. iQntef me graaea aooooi numbers ivv pupua. II mi ix to it jias been k matter of no little labor aoj dlfflcoHy to break npjarge pleeee of cut lroiuod cannon for JnstanecJato fragment small enough to be conveniently remelted. ,.n tngenlona method of overcoming (hla dldoalty hu recently been brought forward ta France. 'It de pends upon the familiar physical facta that watet Is, practically, u good as Incompressible, and that liquids transmit eqosdly la all directions aay pre aure to which they may he subjected. A hole hav ing been drilled Into the article to be brokea, to a depth equal to about one third the thickness of the Iron, this tole la filled with water, and then cloaed with a closaly.fi tttcg steel ping, the 'hammer of a pile -driver being now allowed to fall npoa thaplug, th mass of cut Iron will bt broken la two at tbt first blow. H The "Back Bay Enterprise," In Boston, wu a jTankee notion which, with Yanke? fore thought, hu been Turned to good account for the promotton of learning It wu propoeed, In 1S&9, to give all the proceeds of th undertaking "to the MusachasetU school fund, bat more recent leglslat tioa hu distributed a good share of Iho profit among various establishment of science and art. A recent publlo document stales that over four mil lion fet of land havo been "filled," (that Is th official term,) jteldlog tb, Stat a ntt profit ef nearly a million and a quarter of dollar already Quite u mooh more profit Is expected from "fining' propoio4 bnt not yet accomplished. Tbc State hu given, la land, to the Publlo Garden, l!0,000,qo are feefi Institute of Technology and Society of Natu ral Ulstory. 111,630 square feet) elty of Boston, 44,800 square feetf and In "money to tht Museum of Zoology, $100,000, Tofts College, $50,000f Wit llama College, $25,000, Amherst College, $25,009, Weefeyaa Academy, $13,388 0 , Majeaohasetta school food, $ 50, 030, 00 i reserve! by the Com monwealth, $813,157 53. wxjaciA.x Monoid " Seventh Ward. A Heat lug of the Voters of taeBcveala Wart, favorable te Mie poller ef tbe present Admlklitrallon, will be held at Islaad Hall. TUEfcDAT ITEsTUTO, May Ulh, at I o'clock, to aeml- neta wart caediaaleo to ae oarportcd at tbeeasaleg aaT.lc.pal eleetloa tayt Id sfTreaenr7' epeirtmeut. April US, 1S06, So the la hereby (Uaa Uat lb Treaeerer ef tbo Ualted elates, tie eiealaUat Treatvsera at Sew Tork, phUadei pkla, iod Doeto, aad the UalUd Mate Depeeltartee at Balltucre aid Clad a a all bare baen directed te dlaeca tisne from I tie date the receipt efdevoalte oa aeeoatof TIMPOEiar LOUT, ss..pt Uoee UUaded for Clear- lag aoaae pnrpoeee. H. McCCLLOCn, MeyS St Saerotaryor th, Treetery Treaeary ! rtmHt, April T( lSM ITotUe Is hereby gtrea thalea thetb dey ef Nay, IMS, the Interest ini m rtA(1sM f deoeelt oa aa- coeat f temporary loan (otaer tbaa Uoee taed far Clearlaiebonie purpo.ee) tbea e,atataa4lB(r aad unpaid will he reJiieed tctbe anlform rate ef riVJt PIS CHIT, peraaaamfron. Uat dale, aad all pcrseee tbea heldlag soeh certlSealee ea whleb a htaker rate cflaUreet la jpeeiSedrereqaeBtedto preeeat Ue ales U the officii-1 by whom luaad, tkil other eertlSeatee may be i-watM .n.rwitir. u. SICCUitLUgU, MrS-S Seeretary ef Ue Treasury. t3Aiwanweaslvpresudctiit.a; the r- vieee or a uurxiaT or XHAnuxaiif, tt moos-h-dated by a Jady who wrltee a aeal aad nlala baai. kv applylof at So'lflS Sixth atret west, between If aad u trMitaorut. ..pxj If VaT-Tlic Queen of tb To let Saty-ycr' Dar n coaf fie txui ctmpoud kown fovebavlar aed th tollel Jfojae Who wlehee I oreaerei sid beaatliy tbetr complextoa ebould be wltbeai It. for Hiv. wtBiK,itj RB4 nun, ny SatnwsLi; a box, marine ceetUta, eaejlraal4 arcane, .next coraer of Fear- teaala ktreet, Washliirtoa, I. C. apSO-tf tferjUarrUsio and Cllbc.e u Beajr of "'"I iBwareiruea lor xoaar aie. aieo. uis- ease and Abnecc wbteb pro .trite the vital pewere, With aire tneaae of relief. Seat free of ekarge la aealed letter eavelepes. AddreaeDi ,SKILLIIt HOUaUTO, Howaro aseoeuuBB, raiiadelphla, r, aplT 3tn 4-Dreeott.lAtsidtnff AnaThs Doard for Ue ExawleaUoaef BreMh-Loading Arms, of which Oea eral Daaeoek le prccUeet, le aw la eeuloa at Ho. SI WUder'iUiUdlag Arme will be VKelvei dally, between th hours ef 11 a. sb. aad If. n, oatil farther aellee. Iiveatoreare reqauted to eahmtt Uelr arms la ner- eoa or by stent to the recorder of the boerd. W. OWK1TS, Carl. Sth U. B. Csr, Brev. LfeuL Cel. U. 8, A mblt tf - a Beeerder. 44rDaeluaieneued Urh-ittt who de- aire to threw their advertUemeaU lato rhyme, for tbe ReriruoAv, aa be aceommodated by addreHleg "OWOJIOO," at Uta ealee. apXT-tf a-Wouderful bnt TrHI-t.UMlamnm. tasToa, th werld-reewdAetroleihl aad Son a am-butl-tle Clatrv6yaat, while la a clairvoyant state, de Itoeatee th very fealaree ef Ue person yoa are te marry, and by Ue aid of an Ultra neat of laleaae power, kaowa as IhepayehemctropeoaraatMa to pro doe a perfect aid "rife Hkc picture of Ue futarc bee baad or wife of tbe applies., wltk date cf narrlase, oecopatlou, leading trelte or eharaeter, Ac Tble le ao lupoaltloB, 9 teatlmoulala wltboat number eaa awert By etatleg place f birth, age, dUpoeltfoa, color of eyes aad hair, aadeacleelaf flliy ceata, aad etampel eave lope addreuedic yourteir,yee v,.U reeelre Ue plelare by reiara mall, together Stlh deitred lafwrvatloe etddroM la eoeSdeaee, U.uahb (Jsitbvdi Ban isoToa, P O Boa; SBT.Wsit Troy. kTT. . eelS-dwly aVUatIem Mount I'll Sb4to-a Vs4su.1l Benjedy for that PUeaae, alee, aeCeBsenpUca Detlrvy er, aad aa Kattre Cere for Jko Briehltls, Asihaia, As eaa befoaadat Stett'a Prag Store, eppeell Vatleaal Heteli Oiltaea's, near kfetropellUa flotel) Vord'a, eor aerofXleveatbaad Peaaiylvaalaavaaaet Katwltle's, soraeref Twelfth aad reaaaylvaalaaveaaei Klllott'e, corner ef f aad Twelfth atreeUf Haibaufh's, earner ot SeveathaadO. c jail U fft hereby ertlfytlit 1 haw need Uib Uoust'e lalve, for what le kaewa aa tbe camp llch. It had the effeet t sere It la a very abort time Thli wu darlag the war, la the yeu 1SSS, aad I avail a-reclf tbe first eppcrtuaUr te give my Ustlsaoey la behalf of her vaUabl JT, tThu cutUeaU I aiv volsaUrilr. (! vppgnaBiiy m g it my Metinoay ia a .er valasble sal re, .Tkl erifleaU 1 glv volsi TT THE If ATIOXAI. UNION CLTJB, The following is the list of officers and platform brprindplcd Of tjiO TJjrjoir KatWaIi Olui of "W!ashington,JD, Oi Office re of he aiiosuJ, tJatlva Clettv. . rftMIDKIT lion. ALEX. IV. IUNDAtfj, of VUbonsin. vice raasioairs, J Tlon. DANIKLB. NOHTON, ef MlnnoseU. non. A. J, KUTKENDALL, of Illlaota, Hon. WM. V. J0UNBI05. of renwylraala. stoaxtisir. BAMX B. LAUM KR, of Pennsylvania. OAiaiaroxoiiia stcaavxar, J. B. yjCIiaUSON, of Tennessee. . TaiAStraaa. O. B. nrrTffKnOUSB, fPrealdeat Nallooa! Bank of Commerce, and of. the firm of RIUeahonaejL FowUrACo) 1 ixaetmra coavrrTii. non. OIIBRN 01. AT BMiTU, of Kentucky. Hon. THOMAS N STILWRLL, of Indiana. Hon. W. A. DUHLEIQ II. t( Caeotah. Iforwt eoHvteio as mfnurjgi; tki Constitution it mrgttutt; mmd sis lA ptojU U wiyai-AAir- DXXW JOIIBOX. rtATroax or toi kitio.val oxiom etc. I. Ruotwd, That wt aro now, aa hereiofef, ardently attached to the Union of the States under the Constitution of the United States, that we deny the right of any Bute to ceecde, aad hold that all attempts at secession are'aall and vojd) that aH,the Statu are sow Statu or this Union, as be fere the rbniofi, aodV deny th power 6f th Oeneral Government, nnder the Constitution, to exclude a State froru the Union or to govern It as a Territory. 3. JaWtW, That liar cenfldenco tn the ability, lafegrity, patriotism, aad statesmanship of Presi dent Jomsou fa undiminished, and w cordially approve the general policy of his edmjnlstratten; 3. iZwWiW, That w endorse the resolution of Congress of Jaly, 18fll, declaring the ebjeet of the war tn oar put to he the defence and maintenance of the laprtmaoy of tht Constitution and tht pre servation of the Union, with the dignity, equality, and rights of tbeeeveral Statu unimpaired, 4. JiWtW; That, lo the langnage of th Chi cago ptatfesrm of 1880, aad u quoted by tht lata President Lincoln" tn hi first Inaugural address, "Tho maintenance Inviolate of the rights of States, and especially of, the right of tub State to order and control It own domestic Institutions according to tie own Judgment oxeturfrlyTnbJcct ony to the Constitution of the United Elates, Is essential to that balance of power on which the perfection aad adarenec of onr polttteal fabric depends." ft. n-otwtt That nnder the Coaetltattoa tf tht United State ta reserved to the Several Statu the right to preecribe tb qualifications of electors therein, aad thai H woald be sab vent re of tht principle of oar O oven meat for Congress tt fore universal suffrage npoa any portion tf tht country In tppoeltloa to the known wishes of the eltlseu thereof. 0. iiUWtW, "That this Unlqnmustba and re main one and Indivisible forever,1' that the war for Its preservation having beea brought to a tri umphant close, hd tht supremacy of the Consti tution vindicated, the right of the Statu under tht Constitution are to he maintained Inviolate, and that loyal clUiens within tht Statu aad die trtcts lately overran by rebellion aro entitled tt all the right guaranteed to them by the CoostltaUoa. 7. JfcWtW, That all the Statu of the Ualea aro entitled by the Constitution of the United State lo representation la the eonaella of the nation, aad that all loyal member duly elected aad returned having the requisite qualification u pruoribed by law; should be admitted to their seats In Congress without unnecessary delay by their respective Houses, each Hoar being the Judge of the election, retains, andqaallfleatloni tf It own members. 8. i?WiW, That treason la a crime which should be pantshed, and that we are Apposed to compro mising with' traitors by bartering "universal am nesty" for "universal suffrage, ' 9. IUootvoJ, That the payment of the national debt Is a aacred obligation, never to he repudiated; and that ne debt or obligation Incurred la any man ner whaUrer la aid of -treason or rebellion should jver he usnmed or paid. 10. R4oltHd Tbat wt cordially endorse th res toration policy of President Jomioa u wise, pat riotic, constitutional, and la harmony with Ue loyal sentiment and purpose of the people la the suppression of the rebellion! with tho platform upon which h was elected, with tht declared policy of th lat President LiacoLir, th action of Con gress, aad the pledge given during tht war. II. itWtyd, That tbt nation owes alutiagdeU ef gratitude lo fht soldiers and satlora of the late war for tht suppression of the rebellion, and that the families of the fallen berou who died that tht country mlght'lir. are tht ward of tht people, and should bt eared for by the Government. eOIKD. nHI"er. a tk moral of tb SU laeUat, st ''Bolt, tb rtclseaee or bar mother, KLiaaatva Owrax, wife of O.pifj. Thoraleaa Jeiklis, Uatue Stalls navy, Cklef or tbe Bercaa ef Karl. all ead fflee ef Dtull.Bid tteebler cf the let PiTuuiir tVeaele A. Tbtratoe, (Tilled Statea navy, I Ue SStb year cf her eie . TUItNISUpD HOUStf WANTKD, A XUorottbIj feraUhed heuM of abut tea reeme, witbmodtrolttprorfatUBU eeatraliy located, wealed te.wTsn(ir, ij fnpuHiHii ymnj, A(ee, MM, bo S4. feel C vassoiw, w, aaettt I , ., uj , seyl-tf 17011 KENT TIIK STORK HEOKNTLV JL oectpUS hr loomls h U.h.w, He Slt.r.ee.TN jeele er.eee, ruhl.,ue Bell, Is, Also , Ins He 3 toe t, flnt Sms S tee 11, sscoed leer l ott IS, Itlra floor. Wt Unas eppljr le l JODSILIUIIIU. eot.dt settee Uonse. DGPAHTMISNT OF TUB INTKmOR. UjtiTiD STSTta Pivaav Orrioa, .A aw ... . WasHiaeTo Key d, 1800. Ob the petition of ThomaaCaator, of rhUadalphta, Pa , fa'1"' tb tealoa efe pateat graaUd Ui htm tb w aiiyoi ,(nmMi, ror aa lmproveieeal ta Das-pleg Da pi i .naiviia, iRrHTii yare rrom tne ezpuatlea or eel PsUet, whleh thee plwe a th Sd day oMBgs.t,lB4. It is ordered that (be said tia-klJ MIIHaw. kta r-t-al Offlee ob HuMD if, lb Hik day . t Jslr ext, at era i tae - - -t - w - u , . --. , traij ojjaa, ta. IS o'clcek m i aad elt pereoee are aettid to appear aed show cause, If aay tbey have, why eald petition ceahl not to be treated. rereoBe cppo.lir the nteuloa are reqilred te Ste I the rata at Office tbtlr objection-, epectallv eet ferlh ta wrltletr, at Uaet Wy daye before Ue day ef hearie uat. aw.es ttivB lima vr CI.Br pen 7,1 Oe 1U4 Bl IPC SB14 hearlBa:, mutt be takee aad iraBewltled ta aeordaace with the rule cf the office, whleh will be furaUbed oa application. Bepoeltloae aad other paperstrellad upon aa teatl mo ay, moat be Sled la the olflee twtnty deye before the dar of huriBgtthBrfBuekta,lf aay. wlthlafsa daye after flllsg Ue teatlaoey. l ' Ordered, also tbet tble aottce be published la the He rcaLtcA aad InUlUfftnetr Wai.lrtoe,D a, aad ih tbe aVorfA American, f alUdJlphla, Pa , once a week for thraetaoce.tlfe waekatfbe first or etvld peblleatloei to be et least sixty days previous to th day of Warier. - T, O. f UBAKEB, T B. Ulterior lkeece reosriwIU pleeee eeif. ooeleltle, tble not ca ii i v to ine I'eteel utlca wllfc e piper BiO'itwter T UMBER, LUMBEH, LUMBER . , aBcnSacutco. Be; re lo .all speclel ttletllon cf ue Cerpoolors ted BolHere,WtelwrllileesdCoeetMskers,ie Ibelr es. tei.lTC end well selected Msorlmeet of all Uo esxlcus kteds of Limber, eeaelsttn, la part or . , lUsliesof Wblle Hoe,PpUr, Weleul, Ot, asu ttd . JatMiilo. Wolle riis.apruse,1 Hemlock, Ta. rios.ttd Oek. , Fiooiimd. While Plac, Bproce.'Ve ee, leilert Shore, nil Oek. Crproii.mHe llee, 8preee, end Celer. , ifiaoBiita.x)sUiij,irKii; Dills of Lomoer cot to order aclhe ebonekt nctlce. 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