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A GOOD TLHE, COM.
The war of 1812-15 was sncc'eded by a
cum in the political atmosphere, which was
called " Thi u or Good Fiiuko." It oc
curred In the administration of Jains Mot
not The-Fedcraliats who opposed that war
became ao 'greatly demoralised aad weak
ened by that opposition that they could not
rally their forces again under their old ban
ner. The generation of youth Just then com
ing upon the stage of manhood, full of the
ardor of patriotism, were calling upon the
Federalists to show cans, for their tnftdnllti.
to their country's flag, and they had no valid
reason to assign. ,BTiaences were multiply
inir on ererr hand that the war n.riv nnM
be the roverninir nartv for diibt var then
to come. Human nature, In the bosoms of
tbe more flexible Federalists, quailed before
the rising storm of 'popular indignation, and
sought for shelter. The result was a general
adhesion to the administration of Mokroc
And it was crorerblal for mini veara after.
wards that when a Federalist effected a land
ing in the Jurisdiction of his administration,
his memory became so defective that he could
never recollect that he ever had been a Fed
eralist The termination of the recent civil war
lias not been succeeded hv aa mm. K ,.!!.
feeling in Congress at we had expected. The
raoicai element in tnat body betrayed a lurk
ing desire to Africanize the Union party, in
violation of the Constitution and the sober
convictions of the masses of the white peo
ple. Over-zealous politicians affected to
think that the war stilt existed, and that
there were rebels still behind every stump
and doorway in Dixie, who contemplated a
raid upon the capital and a seizure of the
helm of State. Men who kept themselves
well out of harm's way whilst bullets were
flying, suddenly became remarkably valiant
the 'moment all danger was over. These
things, together with the conspiracy to stifle
the legislative' and electoral voice of eleven
States of the Union, inclusive of the State ol
Tn Palawan's own domicil, have kept the
body of American society hitherto in some
commotion. It is certain that we have not
reached any era of good feeling yet
But, as we are sailing alonjr In the ship of
State, we begin to descry a radiant streak
in the east, as if the sun were about to rise.
The conspirators against the National Union
nartv in Conirreia havn rin da4D-il .-.i
convicted of numberless marplots and here
slea. The nretended alterant tn inntint
the Union is perceived by their constituents
to be a mere bamboozle and cheat Their
proposed amendments of the Constitution
do not to use the expressive language ol
Secretary McCctxocu, "stand the gloat of a
chance of being adopted." And the "Are in
the rear," from Wxxntu. Pmmrs, charging
thera with the deception merely to gain time
without the remotest hope or even the de
sire of their adoption, leaves them exposed
and naked, before ithe" gazing world.- Their
rdt ianearly played out It now only remains
tobe'eoen whether they will stampede in a
body to" hide their shame, or try to replace
their garment! and remain a while longer
with the great Union family, If they go, it
will be a irood riddance of nnrlrrnmr!ait
troublesome politicians, if they remain after
all .Wat Da occurred, it will be evidence ol
their repentance and determination to behaie
themaelrea better in the future. So that
whether, they go, or whether they stay, the
Union party will hare rained something v.,.
their proceeding. This produces one ray of
tne distant iignt.
The commotion that has been going on in
onr nohtical camn has attraMoii nn:....i
a - r --- -.v.. fuiwvumr
attention to the fact that Tm Par.siDr.sT
and his advisers have been, and yet arc, man
folly struggling not only to uphold.the Fed
eral Constitution in all ita arfl-l t
and clauses, but to fulfil the solemn pledges
made by the Executive and both Houses of
uongress to tne ooutnern people during the
war. It is now perceived that President
Jonssoa's Administration has all it can do
to prevent Northern disuniomsts from break
ing upHthe Government and throwing its
elements into anarchy and confusion. And
although ,lt is mortifying to our national
pride that there should be any existing ne
cessity for the exercise of such Roman firm
neat, all the world, except the radicals, con
side', its exhibition, under all the circum
atanceaj really sublime.
This la" now having its legitimate effect
It warms to the Administration all the solid,
conservative, Union-loving men of the coun
try. It draws to it, in a special manner, all
the owners of the publio stocks, the banks,
the railroads, and the manufactories. Jt re.
minds all the people, of every class and vo
cation, that every business, educational and
religious interest in the land hangs upon tbe
issue of the struggle of the Administration
to preserve the Union. All these together
are consolidating the faithful of the National
Union party and condensing them around its
glorious standard. This produces another
luminous ray of light
And finally, the firmness for the right of
Taa PaisiDZM and his advisers has attracted
the attention and excited the admiration of
the members of the late Democratic parly
who were not utterly demoralized by the
war. The invitation of the Hon. Rive-rot
Jonxsox and his Democratic associates m
Cong"8' t0 t,ieir political friends through
out the Union to send delegates to the Phll
ivdelphia Convention for consultation, with
, styrY to national unity, is one of the result
jag consequences. They perceive that dan
gen threaten the country which they cannot
prevent by1 any attempt to revive their own
political organization; and they perulve,
moreover, liat any future of any promise to
them lies lu' tbe same direction. They can
H&d noway to ahake off the odium which the
eiidUci of VAjuipPIoiuii and his cabal of
retxJ sympathizers fixed npon them, but by
enXW k9 from the infected bundle. And
art? are notified of the coming to our Na
tjtinal Union 'Standard of a reinforcement jf
loyal war Democrats, which will more than
replace tbe cowardly Jacobites who are run.
ning away. This fact sends' up another
streak of light v1ay is breekhg')Thcre js
now some proroiselof another "craof goo'd
feeling" In the land, i
"FftlTATB XXD COXflDKHTML."
Scxvtft leads the Senate, 8ittxxi leads
the House, and Fork it, with4 ray writings"
and "my'twb .newspapers," leads Seme
andSriTissl For fcrther particulars see
European news. Great excitement at Hull
in consequence of the sudden arrival in that
harbor of an oyster boat supposed to have
on board the Atlantic cable and Ctrvs W.
Field. Lord Didlet, notwithstanding his
speech in glonOcation of the South, Is a
prime minister. On, Htanlkt 1 Garibaldi
SPEECH OF HARMIIAL tiOODHVO.
We print upon onr outside to-day the
able and elaborate speech recently delivered
in tho Hall of the House of Representatives,
Indianapolis, Indiana, by Hon. D. S. Good-
fco, Marshal of the District of Columbia. It
is a clear and interesting exposition of the
views of the Administrations of Abraham
LmoLN and Andrew Joutsoy on the ques
tion of restoration. It will well repay pe
PERSON A U
Gexerals Grant akd Basks called upon
the President yesterday.
Jcpqe Taioa, of the United States Court
efTonetse, arrived la town jtitrd itopplox
at tb Metropolitan.
Tub numerous friends of H. 0. Plantr,
Esq , will be pleased te hear of als safe arrival la
this city, twelve days out from Key West, Mr.
PUoti rtports that tb turtlt crop of tbli year will
xet.d any rloUs of tbo lait dtcado. aad tbat
oonior lota on tbo coral rtofa aro brloitaf fabalooi
ftrietf. Bo U goatal and ptrlttd u rtr, and wo
rteommtnd a alxbt of hli co to all who aro
troubled with thohrppoi
Hot. Jaues Wiuoir, ex-L 0. from Indi
an, rtecntly appointed HUUtor to VontiaIa,
arrired la towa ycitordty, aad roeolvod bit In
atractloni from tbo Secretary of State, and will
loaTo for bli homo to-morrow. Ho will attond tbo
Indiana State Content lou of tbe frlendi of the na
tional AdmlaUtratlon, to be holdeo at Indian
ipolii, 00 the 19th of Julj Imt , and thto proceed
to Now York and embark for hU post of diplo
ThtSerea Plnca Ctaaettrr
a mi oesuuiai oaiionai eemeiery, wnica oil
Jait been completed, and which eontalci tbo re
maiot of oar eoldleri who fell la the aetiooe of Fair
0ki and Eeren Pinea daring tbe ctmpalfn of Mo
CItllaa la 1862, waicbaraeterlitieally dedicated by
very appropriate patrlolle ceremonlei on the mora
Injof the 234 of Juno,
A CsMMitr r Marine govt t Portland.
At tho reqoett or tho Mayor of Portland tho Bee
retary of tbe Hery, on 8 tarday lait, ordered a
guard of efenty-eeren toarlnei to be lent to that
city, for tbe protection of ill defenceleii inhabi
, reu. renell. and Nclaaorai.
"V. Fimxirs, the great AfncanUer of the
white race, lays Preildent Johnton hai no policy '
Maj. Cuarleb 0. Rogers, publisher of the
Botton Journal, retarni aa income of $87,400.
Coyqres, In the trno sense of the word,
bM do policy. It baa a purpoio. and Ui pnrpoie U
10 titio OTor tbe rail election vttd!l rhtlhps
There arc twenty-five wholesale houses in
Chloego whoio aalea fur 1885 exceed (me million
Most of the insurance companies involved
la th Portland fire have come oat eolrent. We
ihould sappoio they were ratbfr Uqneacent
Tub eggs of Pharooh's serpents ore not fit
for omelette!. A child wa jpcisoood by eating
Government once had a wood pile in West
Vaihrlllo which contained 15,00t ordt Tho wood
pile haa disappeared td tho last tllck.
Tub latest news from Europe ghowi pretty
eoaeloilTolj that Biimarck understands bU ' bit "
Ho la bound to mike bis mark
There can be no doubt of ft the Sand
wich Iilandf were peopled by tbe descendant! of
"Vk learn by the Eiening PoH that a New
ork citlxen has a daughter In danger of being
ruined la her morale by reading the Atlantic
Monthly Poor obe Ud.
Ov Sunday evening, during a storm, the
lightning 1 track tho house of Charles Whitney, In
Foreitrille, Bristol, Ct , Instantly killlns; Mr. Whit
ney and sod and serloaily lojarlng Mrs. Whitney.
Tue. claim to have the oldest woman In
America In Boone count, Iowa, liar name Is
Raohael flyers, and her age is 114. She was born
We met a fellow last night who was atul
ons to fly away from George Peabody. lie gare as
a reason tbat Q P. bad threatened to endow him
with half a million dollars.
Jons Mi or Uorrs Is about to publish a
pamphlet lo which he will prove to his own satis
faction that If he had beea and continued to be
the autocrat of Virginia all would hare beea
well with Botts, if not with Virginia
Tub ship Picayune, of Xew Orleans, Cap
tain Broods, from Gtooa la ballast for Et Johns,
N B , was wrecked on Back Island, near Mount
Desert, Me , la a fug, on tbo 5th Instant. Her
crew was saved The ship Is a total toss
Tub Preside! la encamped in the White
House," seys Wendell Phillips U bis Fourth of
July speech Why shouldn't he be encamped
there when ho U CommaodcrIn Chief of the Army
It was currently reported as we went to
press ibis morniog that tbe order of tho Secretary
of War confining Paymaster Paulding la Fort Mo
Ueory had been countermanded, and tbat be would
forthwith return to this city to await tbe decision
of tbe Presldoat to his case
Miss Harriet JIosmer is modeling a
Waking Fawn," a companion to her statue of
the "Sleeping Fawn" A mischievous youngster
of tho fwn family has suocoeded lo binding bis
sleeping lather, who suddenly wakes, breaks tbe
bonds and seises tbo young delinquent by the hair
Tub Columbus (Tenn ) Herald reports
that one of tbe best farms In tbat State was sold a
lew days sgo for sixty thousand dollars In gold,
which was at the rate of one baadred dollars an
aoie W B. liendley was the seller, and Mr.
Uetealf the purchaser.
A dispatch from Malaga, June 13, says
that port Is closed against all ressets arriving from
any port of the States, the Government having de
clared the whole of the United Rates Infected with
cholera. One vessel had been sent out of port to
In Baltimore a person representing him-
self to bo a Mr, Edward Bruce, of Augusts, Ga,
called at the Female College, In St Paul street, on
Wednesday laat, and indicating tbat be wished to (
plaoe his aisur In the Institution for tba fall sss- )
sion, tendered a check for tbo amount of tbe ex. ,
peoies, promising to bring la bis sister from Uow.
ard county in a few days Tbo check which he
gave Jo payment was for f.300, purporting to he
drawn by tho cashier ol the NUenal Bank of Aa
gasta, a., oa the Seventh National Bank of New
York, oo wbieh be received tne balaooe, lome 170.
Tbi shack proTSl to bi a forgery,
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j Tk Pwrte tTstUorisa .Captt tlt.au f '
1 The following fiom mal cation has boos, adelroeaed
to tbo respeetlr Governors of tho Butos aad Tar
ritortet of the United States
.WAnmToa. Jt a, lice,
T M XttUnctr, Goeemor 0 (As at o '
Ma I have the honor to Invito yer VtoelleDsy's
attention to tho tncloeed joint resolution relaUvo to1
tbo Pari Vntvereal Iipoeltten, approved yester
day j especially to tbo Invitation to the Eioowtlvea
of the swreral States oontataoeT In section 1 thereof
Xt U. Beokwltb, Bm y tho Coeimlsslooer Ooneral
of tbe Uolted States at Paris, has been requested
to make tbe necessary arrangemonte for the ad mis
sion of articles for weieh applieetloas may hereaf
ter be promptly made to the general agent In Now
York, J. C. Derby, Esq , No. A Spruce street and
No. 40 Park IUw.
Ahhoegh tho delay tn our legislation has alreidy
caused several postponements of the time for ex
eluding farther appliea Ions, It Is not doabtod that
Important artlolce will he received If the appliea
tlons art addressed to Mr. Iferby withoat lose of
I have the honor to bo your Excellency! obedient
servant, William 11. Siward
Poilio RiiottTioir No 61 )
Joist HisoLorioa to enable tbe people of tbo Uni
te J States to participate In the advantages of tbo
Universal Exhibition at ParU, in eighteen hun
dred and sixty seven.
B K rtolvd if (As Sinatt anA IZohm of IUp
rwtnlottvtsoftks (Jutted Statu of America in Con
grui aittimbleJ, That, la order to enable the people
of tbo United Stales to rartlelpato tn tho adrao.
tages of the Universal Exhibition of tbo prodio
uoas or agriculture, menuiaciures, ana tne one
arts, to be held at ParU In tbe year eighteen bun
dred and slxty-eeven, tbe following sums, or so
much thereof as may be necessary for tbo purposes
severally specified, aro hereby appropriated, out of
any money In the Treasury not otherwise appro
priated FJrL To provide neeersary furniture and fix
ture! for the proper exhibition of tbe production!
of the United State!, according to the pan of tho
Imperial commissioner!. In tbat part of the build
ing exclusively assigned to the use of tbe Uolted
States, forty-eight thousand dollars.
Seoondly. To provide additional aoco-nmodatlors
In tbe park, twenty five thousand dollars.
Thirdly. For tbe compensation of the principal
agent of lb exhibition In the United States, at the
rato of two thousand dollars a year Provult, That
tbo period of each lervleo shall not aiteod beyond
snty days after the eloee of tbo exhibition, four
thousand dollars, or so much thereof u nay bo
Fourthly. For office rent at New York) for fix
tures, stationery and advertising! for rent of store
house for reception of articles and products, for
exienres of shipping, Including cartage. Jke j for
freights on tbo articles to bo exhibited from Now
York to Franco, and for compensation of four
clerks, In cnfonnily with tho Joint re olotlon ap
proved on the fllteeatb of January, eighteen hun
dred aod sixty-six, and for contingent expenses,
the sum of thirty-three thousand seven hundred
dollars, or so much thereof as may bo found oeces
lifthTy, For expenses In receiving, bonding,'
storage, cartage, labor, Ac , at Uavr for railway
transportation from llavrw to Paris; for labor In tbe
pelaeei for sweeping and sprinkling compartments
lor seven mootbs, for guards and keepers for seven
months; for linguists (eight men) for seven months,
for storing, packing boxes, carting and for material
for repacking, f r clerk hire, stationery, rent and
contingent expenses, tbe sum of thirty five thousand
seven hundred and three dollars, or so much thereof
ae may be found necessary.
Sixthly, For tbe travelling expenses of ten pro
fessional and scientific commissioners, to be ap
pointed by tbo President, by and with tho adrlco
and consent of tbe Sonata, at the rata of one thou
snd dollars each, ten tfaousaod dollars, it being
understood that tbo President may appoint addi
tional commissioners, not exceeding iwenty In num
ber, whose expenses shall not be pidf but no per
son int ested. directly or Indirectly, in any article
exhibited shall bo n rommisslooer; nor shall any
member of Congress, nr any person holJlng an ap
pointment or office of honor or trast under the
United States be appointed a commissioner, agent,
or officer under this resolution
Sec 2 AntU ttfurthtr r$KUed, That tb Gov,
ernors of tbe several ti tales be, and ihey are
hereby, requested to Invite tbe patriotic: people of
their respective btates to assist lo tbe proper rep
mentation of tbe handiwork of our artisans, and
tbe prolific sources of material wealth with which
our laod la blessed, and to take such further meas.
m es as may ba necessary to diffuse a knowledge of
tbe proposed exhibition and to reoore to their re
spective Statee tbe advantages which Jt promises
Seo 3 And U t fmrtktr rtiolitd, Tbat It shall
be tbe duly of tbe said general sget,t at New York,
aad tbe said commissioner general at Paris, to
transmit to Coogreas, through tbe Department of
State, a detailed state meat nt tbe manner in which
such expenditures as are hereinbefore provided for
are made by them respectively.
Approved. July 6, 1808
Poet Ufflea Department.
Foreign Halls On Wednesday, tbe 1 1th Instant,
steamers will depart from New York for Europe via
Urorpool, South Paelflo Central America, Ao ,
and for Cuba via Ilavaoa Correspondence mailed
daring to-day, or by the postal railway car which
leaves at 6J this evening, will bo la time
Maryland Post Offices A new office Is estab
lished at Edgewood, llarford county, and Thomas
Tydtngs appointed postmaster On the railroad
line from Baltimore to Philadelphia, within three
miles of Magnolia.
Office at Off u It's Cross Roads, Montgomery
county, is re established, and Jaues W, Newton
Poplar Springs, Howard county, Is re established,
and Eira Dorsey appointed postmaster.
Porter's, Carroll county, Is also re established,
and George Place appointed postmaster.
At Leonard town, St. Mary's county, Nelson Con
rad ii appointed postmaster, vice Stephen W,
West Virginia .Offices Reopened -.Howard's
Lick, Hardy county, John Mathlas postmaster
Lost River, Hardy county, Thomas Cotterlll
At Ulenborough. Ritchie county, Josb Martin
Is appointed postmaster, vice It A. Jeffrey, re
Discontinued Mlllvllle. Westmoreland county.
Nor ib Carolina A new post office Is established
at Powhatan, Richmond county, directly on the
route from WUmlogton to Charlotte. Regular mail
facilities will thus be affurded to upwards of sixty
families three times a week.
rXSl.TLTARIA TOST OFFICES.
Estsbllsbmenta Windham Centre, Bradford
county, Wm 0. Cook, postmaster
Mount Peon, Berks county, Christian W, West
Detpsburg, Northampton county, Jos N Long,
West View, Alleghany county, John Sbaler,
Dlscontlnued-.rffioe at Luke City, Elk county
The name of Springfield Ciors Itoads. Erie coun
ty, Is ehaoged to East Springfield, and Timothy S
lowlos retained as post mas er
Appointments At Glen Union, Clinton county,
John 0. Post postmaster, vice E 0. Post, declined
At Clifford, Suiqueh nna county, P II Gardner
is appointed postmaster, vice John ilelalead, moved
away, now resigned.
At Nesbannook Falls, Lawrence county, Samuel
M. Perry Is appointed post ma iter.
At Annln Creek, MuKean county, M. J. Uadley
postmaster, vice D Jackson, reslgosd
At Sugar Valley, Clinton county. Charles W.
Fouser postmaster, vice John J Bllnt, resigned,
At Kest Sandy, Venango county, William II.
Balliett postmaster, vice Robert C Shorts.
At Upsonrllle, Susquehanna county. Elllntford
II. Merrltnan postmaster, vice Epbraim Smith, re
moved. Indian Treaty Concluded.
Commissioner D, N, Cooley bxtZTi received in
formation from Newton Edmunds, Governor and
ex officio Superintendent of Indian Affairs la Dsco-
tah Territory, dated "Steamer Bee Johnson, Fort
Rice P T, June 24, 1801," In which be says tbat
the Commission arrived at Fort Rice on tbe Thurs
day prevleu! It found 650 lodges of Indians, of
the following trlbis lanctonnals, Cot Heads,
Uncpapas, Ogallallas, Santeos, Ac. On the next
day be expected to conclude a treaty with tbe Sis
set on and Wabpeton lands of Santees, and hoped
t0 I"T lo lh 'ftcrnoon for Fort Bsrtbold. Tbe
&" oriseuog prevailed, not oniy towards ineuov.
crnmeni, nut towaras oaon otner,
Important 1K1 Publication
The Attorney General'! office Is engaged In com
piling all legal opinions and decisions rendered by
the Chiefs of tbe Department since tho year 1660,
The rwilftiysilerday wars 11,139,734.1?,
, CONGRESSIONAL REPORTS.
xxxixtii conankaa-snkaT MtsVai,
- Mr. Mo -ran. from tba CometUtM Comntetoe.
reported tho bill relating to pilots and pilot regula-
mww wBiea waa poena.
lit torohlbltJ aav Stala fram taikta litre mIsiL.
Ing to pilots, and "plloriharge! dUcrlninatlag
Mr. Ultra 'from the Coeimlttoo tbo Jadlolarr.
reported n bill to regatato the times and manner
oi ooioing elections lor senators in Congress. XI
provides - j f n-
1st-That thIgUlatnra of any Stats next pre
ceding the expiration of a senatorial term shall
elect, on tba seeoodTneedey of Its Session; a aao
ooasor of the rethlng Senator Tbe rotlsg sballbo
twws twi, ad the nnmoof a person reelvlngn
majority or the voUs oast in each House shall be
entered npon tho journal of eaeh House ( and a
Joint meeting of the Hooves shall bo -aonrened at
12 o'clock tbo following day, and If some parson is
fuuo1 lo have received n majority, he ahall be de
clared elected! bat If some person shall not havo
received a majority of the voUs of both Houses, or
If either Uoaao shall have failed to take nrofla..
lnga as required, the Joint assembly shall proceed
to choose est, twv, and tbe person receiving a ma
jority of votes, all the members being present aad
voting, shall bo declared duly elected.
2d In t when a vaaaney ebaJI exist on tbf open
ing of n session of a Legislature, an election absll
bo held on tbe second Tuesday of tbo session and
If n vacancy shall occur during tbe session, It shall
be filled tho second Tuesday after its announce
ment - Y ff
3d That the Governor shall certify such otectlon
and Beoretary of Stato countersign the certiflcata
to tbe President of the Senate.
Oa motion of Mr. Hamsey, tbo House Joint reso
lution for the relief of certain floors of thi army
waa taken up. amended and nassad. '
(It provldaathat officers who, owing to clrcam
stances beyond their control, ware net mustered
Into tho service for thirty days or lost after actual
entranooon duty, shall bo entitled to pay for the
time durlag which they served without being mus
Mr Doollttls presented sfomonstraneo from cltl.
sous of Washington against the proposed repeal of
tne cnarter. xieierroa to too uommittoo oa too
Dl it riot of Columbia.
Tho uofiotibed bnslness, being the bill to loorosso
and fix tbo military peace establishment of the
unuoa mate, was taken ap.
Tbe amendment reborted bv the eommlttaa nro.
Tiding for Iwclvo regiments of haralry tostead or
six was concurred In. i
The amendment providing for two colored rsgl-
memo oi oarairy oeing unoer foasi aeration.
Mr. Sulsburv onnuaad It...
Mr. Wade mured to amend by Inserting four
X,H1D "i coiorea iroops
Mr Wade, at tbo snggtstlon of1 Mr. Wilson,
modified his amendment by making It three regi
Tho amendment,! as modified, was then agreed to
by a tote of 20 to 9.
Mr. H ward movrd to amend by providing that
o mo-ire oi toe regular army emitiea to no reiirea
oo account of disability or wounds received In bat
tle may bo retired from the rank held bv them.
whether la tbo volunteer or regular service, at tho
time such disability occurred. Agreed to.
Mr. Wilson moved to amend by adding to the
wan oi me eereuietnin section, " ana tne oecreury
of War Is hereby authorised to appoint from tbe
enlisted men of the army, or cause to be entisted,
s many hospital stewards as the service may re
quire, to be permanently attached to tho medical
service under such regulations as the Secretary of
iiar atwj prvsorie. Auopiea
in motion of Mr, Nesmith an amendment was
passed providing thst officers who served during
tbe rebellion may retain their title and wear their
nnuorm on omciai occasions.
Mr. Wae moved to amend by rrovidlns: that ex
ami o ing boards shall bo composed of officers of that
arm oi tne service in wnioo applicants tut com
mtr-sloos desire tn servo Adopted.
Mr, Klrkwisod moved to amend tho fifth section
so as to make it read
Tbkf tho appointments to ho made from among
rolonteer offlcera and soldiers snder the provisions
of this act shall bo distributed among tbe Statee,
Territoriea and District of Columbia In proportion
to the number of troops furnlibfd by tbem respect
ively to tbe service of tbe Uojied States flurlng
id late war, reuuooa to ao average oi inree years
tenn of service u .
Tbe amendment wa agreed to.
Mr. Wilson moved to make tbo number of tjst.
masters fifty, to bo selected Jrwu those who have
eervea ts auistani paymasters fit pted.
Mr. Harris moved to amend bv broTldinar thai In
the selection or otfioers, cfflcers of tbe regular army
wno may nave com in ana ea volunteer iroonatmav
Recounted as officers of regulars or volunteers
Mr Cooness moved to amend tbo fifth section,
by excepting tbe Slates of California, Oregon, and
Nevada from tbe provtsion requiring (he propor
tion of troops furnished during the late war to be
reduced to a three years' average. Agreed to
Mr. llarrla moved to amend bv eantlnatna fn
one jear the commutation price of tbe army ration
at sO oents. Agreed to.
Mr M It on moved to amend by prorldlng that
tne iivn seciiou snail go into operation July 1,
Mr Henderson moved to amend the 17th section.
by providing tbat tbe assistant surgeons shall be
selected from those who served la tbe sime ca
pacity daricg tbe late war. Adopted.
Mr. Heudereon moved to amend tbe 4th section
by striking ont everything relative to tbe Veteran
Reserve corps, upon which tbe yeas and nays being
dsinsndsd, tbe amendment was agreed to.
Mr. Grimes moved to strike out of section 4 tbe
words 'to be designated United States colored
Mr. Ramsey moved to amend, tbat nrlvatss who
have served three years fa tbo regular or volunteer
sarvice aoaii, upon ooeasions oi ceremony, be en
titled to tbe honorary title of first lieutenant and
after fire years from tho 9th of April, 1869, to tho
honory title of captain
The bill was then passed.
Tbo Senate then adjourned.
HOUSE OP REPRESENTATIVES.
Tbe consideration of tbe Tariff bill was resumed
In Committee of the Whole on the state of the
Union, (Mr Scoflsld, of Pa , la the chalrjand tbe
remaining sections of the bill were disposed of.
Oq motion of Mr. Washburne, of III , and after
a hard straggle, the Increased rates of dalles were
made to apply to all good la bonJ or bonded ware
house on which tho dutlaa shall not havo bson paid
at tbe time tbe bill goes Into effect.
The bill was reported to tbe Home, and comes
up as tbe unfinished business to morrow) Mr. Mor
rill, of Vt., having agreed to let venous motions to
postpone and to recommit with instructions be
made In tbe House,
Mr Hubbard, of Conn., offered a resolution,
which was referred to tbe Committee on Publtc
Lands, to grant lands for the establishment of fe
male colleges la lbs several States.
Mr. Miller, of Pennsylvania, Introduced a reso
lotion lo regard to printing extra ooples of Burn
er ft s Oration on Prcidest Lin cola. Referred to
tbe Committee on Printing.
Also, calling on tbe Secretary of the Treasury
for a statement of tbe receipts and expenses of the
Uorernmtnt for tbe year ending June 30, 1800
Mr Boot, el J, of Pennsylvania, introduced n bill
to fix tbe time for tbe annual tucetlnrs of Conrresa
on tbe first Mondsy of November Read twig and
referred to tbe Committee oo the JudlcUry.
ur uromweii, ot jmiooii, oncreq a rvsoiutmo,
which wasadopiel, directing tbe beoretary of War
to Inform the House as to tbe number of rations
issued under dirsetlon of tbe War Department from
tbe beginning of tho lata war to i arsons apt be
longing to tbe army, showing tbe number Issued to
white persons, and the Lumber Issued to colored
Mr Kelso, nf Missouri, Introduced a resolution,
which was adopts), dtrcelfngthe Committee ln Ac
counts to Inquire Into tbe expediency of malting
tbe Increase of ompenttlnn of tbe House em
ployees uniform end equitable.
Mr Price, ot Iowa, off-red a resolution that the
House shall henceforth meet it 10 o'clock, a, ra
Mr. Wasbbnroe, of Illinois, rose to debate tbe
resolution, and It therefore went over under the
Mr Wilson, of Iowa, offered a resolution, which
was adopted, requesting tbe President to coujiounl
cate to tbe House a copy of any correspondence bt
may bare had with Gov Welles, tf Louisiana, In
relation to tbe reassembling of the Constitutional
Cnnventlcn of Louisiana, which held a session in
Mr Le Blond, of Ohio, suggested to call also for
th correspondence with Mr, Forney Laughter
Mr Cobb, of Wlsoonrin, offered a resolution
which waa adoptedtnstraotl g tbe Commit tee oo
Military Affairs to Inquire Into tbe expediency of
paying he soldiers of the fiOih Wisconsin volun
teers ao additional bounty of $8.33 for each month
they were kept In service after the jsar for which
Mr, Hlfby. of 0 ltfornla, offsred a resolution
calling on lb Secretary of be Ioteriorfor I "forme-1
lion as to tne puono lanas now in maraei in me
State of California, In tbo district bounded on the
northeast and oast by tbo San Joaqola, and op tbe
esst by lbs foot Of tbo Biorza Nevada mountains.
Mr WashVirae, of Illloels,ggiUd n'htsdis
cation, rehiring1 aforonatlo as to the vnUU leads
t;rttlfo? r,ll arpaoe at the preatai taction.
Mr. UlgW eteeaUd, and Ue rssWopn as amend-
riiTjJeVaef, of Call fern la, offered Viwoositlon
which s!aiop(od1asirMtIagta-CesasiiUe on
salllttry Affairs U laqilro into tho propriety of
paying to vol aa teers wao were mistered ont of the
senrloo In Arlsonn, Now Mexico, aad Utah tbVex
Elms of transportation to tho plaoe of muster
t law" -jjfc-a,, , . .
Mr Clarke, ofJEaotas, Introduced njolni rasolo.
ilea oust ra lag nod giving effect to the Joint rooo
Intloa for tho relief of tbe State of Wisconsin, ap.
prorod July 1, 1884. Road twice and referred to
Mr Clarke, of Kansas, offered a resolution, which
was anopteo, instructing ino Uomaaltlee on Mill
tary Affaire to Inquire whether any farther legisla
tion Is necessary for the payment of three months'
extra pay to officers who, having served ono term
and having boon mustered out, had again entered
tbe sorvloe.' ' y
Mr Dawss.rMaJrachasetts, from the Commit
tee of Elections,-reported back tho memorial of ,
Mr. Poettn, contesting seat of Mr. Goodwin, dele
goto from Arisooa. with a statement that no test)-"
mony had been offered In support ot It, Tho eOm
mlttee wt! discharged from Its further onsldem-
WOBJ. " "".
Mr; MeCtirjr, of Missouri, from tho same com
tnluet , reported la tho oaeo of Mr. Koontav eoa
tsstlng the swat of Mr. Coffrotn as Representative
from tbo Sixteenth district of Pennsylvania, that
Mr. Coffroth was not entitled lo tbe seat, and that
Mr Koonts was. Laid on tho table and ordered
to b printed.
Oo motion of Mr. Morrill, of Vt.. a snoriAo a
print 2fi 000 copies or tbo I ate rati Revenue bill, aa
amended, so as to Incorporate tbo entire law, was
referred to tbo Com roll tee on Printing
Mr. Iagersoll, or III , Introduced a bill toerd
Isto tbo tees of tho Register of Deeds for Ue Dlo
trtst of Columbia read twist and referred to the
Committee for the District. jj
Mr. Seaeork, of Ohio, renewed tho p-o posit ion
which bo bad made last Saturday, in . reference to
tho Army bill, and there being oo objection he re
ported back tho Senate bill aad moved, aa ft sub
stitute therefor, the noose bill. Tho substitute
was agree io. to 30 and tho bill as amended
It was announced after the adjournment thai a
caucus of Union members and Senators would be
held In the ball of tho House to-morrow evening at
7 o'clock. ,
Wendell Phillip at FrasnlwgsiaM.
In Pram Ingham, Mass , Is ft handsome grove,
sully accessible by railroad, and la. this grove Is
a sort of natural amphitheatre, where a a tend fata
been erected for speakers and seats arranged soft.,
dent to accommodate the old moo aad women of a
large audience, while the stronger people can find
pleasant atandlog-up ncoom mod et ions under the
trees within oar-shot, by tbo thousand. In this
grove the abolitionists of tbo tranweodental de
gree art wont to meet oo each aonirorsary of our
National Independence, and on those occasions the
irrepressible WasosiL Fhillim eomesool strong..
rery !troog in his way. Last Fourth of July, In
the course of his address, Mr. Pattxirs said 1
"Tbe policy of tho South and the statesmanship
of tho 6 nth aro courage, frankness and an Idea.
Iho statesmanship of tho North Is timidity, com
promise and hypocrisy, and yon read tba history
ol tbe practical statesmansbln. aa too would mark
the passers of tbs caravan across the daaart. IW
the skeletons of moo who supposed tbsmselver
statesmen, ana leuna oat tbat they aro only obar
laUas after oil. (ApplaasoJ Now, the Repnbll
caa party of to-day enters on tbe same track
Lo-jk at its measures. lis plan ts this It under
takes to cut down representation la thi South' la
proportion to tbe ex ent the South disfrnohloe
tbe negro Oar lathers tried, In 1789, this poHoy.
They said: 'Allow tbe Sooth thro fifths of t o
negro population nod political selflshneu, la order
to clinch tbe other two firths. She) would raise the
negro from slavery to inaohood ' Wo tried ! for
oirety ears, and tho South never made a single
tffjrt to get rid of slavery. Tbe Republican party
repeats the ssmo euro, and hopes It will be success
ful. Onr ladt$ i CmHgrUi knout kmt thi om44
wisms will is rejtettd. Vt curse it will bo. The
President has put his foot down ageing ft, and has
warned the southern States not to endorse it. He
bas told tbsm In so many words tbat they will
hare bis support lo refusing to ratify It. It is not
possible, therefore, that tbo amendment will bo ac
cepted Congrf s JoJges tbat the Republican party will
bo victorioua at lb ballot box, and that, unfettered
by the adoption of tbe amendment, Congress will
b able to pass ao act tbat will give n ballot lo tbe
negro Tbey hope and expect that after the defeat
of the amendment tbey will return to Co ogre ts at
the fall oleotlunc strpogr than tbey am to-day,
Tbey do not want tbat amendment acoepted Tbo
worst possible nes tbat fbad, Stevens could bear
would be the ratification of tbe amendment. I do
not dlsgrece tbe whole proceedings when I sar that
It Is a party trick Ones of 'Hear, boar 'J It Is gov
op to servo a purpose, to kill time till alter tho fall
elections, and get rid of a pressing emergency. I
waiter yon my bead for a foot ball tbat, from Mas
sachusetts Bsy to Iowa, every atump-orator, and
ninety-nine out of every hundred of tbe Repnbll
can press before the 15th dsy of October next, will
bold out tbat this Is their congressional plan of re
construction! "- If this Is so, and It succeeds,
then tbe negro Is given back defenceless, with an
covered bead. wl(b on unprotected liberty, Into the
bands of his former master Thut mfmwunttlf
btycxd all wordi, mrattly beyond all cisstv-itfiow,
Vomgritt deliberately give up t$ friindilo tkt
kaudoftkitr intmy, and dttlarettk war tnded,
and pbet$ tks kyaluti of tks TtUl Statu eiwtVr tks
tron ktti of (Asir opprtstort '
WiiKX Don Quiiotte and Ma squire,
Sancho, were elevated npon fha horse that was to
transport tbsm through thf air, bat which was only
a wooden Pegasus with lis baUy filled with cop
bus tibles, and a flaxen tall that, when fttod, scat
tered tho Don and bis faithful squire about tbo
Duke's garden, Sancho Pama told n marvellous
story about his serial trip Ha said tbat when tbey
had ascended ft few miles la the air, he, contrary
to tho Injunction laid upon him, drew aside the
bandage upon his eyes, aad peeping down earth
ward saw the earth, wbloh appeared to bo of the
slss of n mustard seed, and the men walking upon
il were about as large as haiel nuts' Forney oil.
dently regards "my writings, In my two nawipa
pers, both datly," with the same exaggerated vis.
ton. "My writings," according to his self Infla
tion, are walking around ft newspaper world of tha
slie of a mustard sosd, whilst they ore ("occasion
ally'') u large as hase) nuts.
It is related of Lindsley, the Medina mur
dsrer, by an old classmate, tbat at tho early ago of
fourteen he bad prepared himself to enter college,
bat ons day, while wrestling with his schoolmates,
ho hurt his spine, and waa laid on a sick bed for a
longtime When be recovered, It was found that
he bad forgotten every word he bad learned, and
tbat bo bad to commence again at his A, B, O's,
and learn srsry thing orsr again By dint of hard
study, ha again fltiod himself for college, nod In
due time graduated, but there was always some
thing lacking after hii aooldsnt He attemptsMo
follow the pursuit of a clergymen, but was not
fitted for tbe calling and gave It up almost tntlrely.
What a pity that bis spine was not so badly Injured
tbat be would never hero had ft child to murder,
A new operetta in two acts by pounod
has been produced at the Opera Co tot que of Paris
Tbo libretto Is foundsd, with certain modifications,
on Boeacclo a story of the poor lover, wbos mis
tress, coming to demand bis favorite bird as a gift,
lesros tbat bo has been obliged to sacrifice It lo
order tbat she might dine j "1'olsaan n'est plus,
vous on aves dine." lo tbo tale tbo bird Is a fal
con, but o the operetta It Is a dove, which gives Its
name to the piece
Tub Cl'danh hoe a genuine passion for the
vol ante Vol antes are tho common hack cabs of
Haranaj and then tbe horse is often but a sorry
jade, aod tbe negro postilion a fagged, profligate
"cuss," the state of wbos apparel would have
shoeksd Miss Tabltba Brambls, had she traveled
so far as tbo Antilles.
Thk Scriptures spea k of the "ehadow of a
great rock In a weary land" as something desirable
In hot weather, but it would take a big rook to
make a shadow now-a days Testsrder and to
day prarfous a small jock on a brick house was no
shadow at all tbe sun shone right through t
- -----wsWssnwssTs----.-.. --
IUimsTiNO Is progressing In Alabama,
be wheat crop U aa average prospecti for
corn are good,
Dirraistmotf or PaRxiiia-ri9atlda7
school attached lo tbat1rtnrkf charohatMor lb
d (recti oo or Rot'.rAJsv!Bo,4Qsdtewir fcwnwal
distribution of premiums Oa bonfiay, fA( six oVIock
p m tho children formed UprOoOMioaabd mtpfihod
through several streets sliglng b;mis. Alt the
procession they repaired to tbq hurh, where they
rotelved their premiums, cosstsllog of gotl crosses,
medals, and books. Tbe school numbers 460 pu
pils, hoys and girls. Throe hundred premiums were
wiewioatoft. yiwrrtsX3Xnasprzzz: T
That Bsinot We again call the attention
of the pablit to the dangerous condition of tbe
bridge across tbo canal at tbo Aqaedaot It was
rok coma time am b a aanal bnaL loaded with
limsstoncronnljig ogansttbo post... A present It
seems to bo a question who Is responsible. L't tbe
leb aJooo ft littler 1 inr until SO me bod V rets killed
oq en-no nuoaretfa ot dollars' worth or property in
bore flee i and wagons destroyed, then probably It
T d icarnou wno is respoooiois. xmier nx tao
Diiogo. "" 'vtl , , : "
VpKaftH OftHrBRSD.-At the last annual
com men cement of Georgetown College the degree
et v . was poaierrea npoa Jueepn A, o.an,
assoolato editor and proprtor,of.th Oaprgetewn
I ' f - ' taTf' . r
Bora LooKorjT.l Three boys John John
on uorgo (iw.aa.eo, ana -jmd omiia-.wre ar
reeled and locked ap In the stalioa housa, ot Sun
day, for bathing lo Rock Creek to tho daytime.
Pocb'Niwb, Before' Jnslicec Bnckey
John QUI and Thomas Tales, disorderly! fined 11.44
acts. ' r nt
-Tli B.lr H.alklr Moll's; rth
Duami ur tkustbk pr rnsLio Buiootswui b
k.ll la ta.irTMB. .t it. ct r Hill .a TDlaDaY in
tllo,it.loikl.iUi,.tr.'.lRk. o i'
JjlOll . If E.T. BOISSlU.St.lirr.
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SW-M.r.r1. O0t; Clly.H.ll, W..hln.
TO, D C, JOLTS, ISM llla.l..UtM.r Htuil
fi.tlaa.. at M.l.i I .oisl.llf ladu all bltlioi ol
thai ltUoJortli" a.n, aai .11 all.n I.UmM, t.
si.t'atCta'AlJ.rB.a'S Oaatxr, OlfVM, THIS
(TanJtr) ITlKIXa, al T . . otk, I. uk.vta.an. fur
Ik. r.ll.f T Ik. laffran ay Ik. ttctu fcialxntloa al
rrti..s,jui.fc- . ncnakD wallacb,
it' 5 ,Tr, -
- First N.tl..M Bank, J.lr 3, 1SM
IW riVI caDTCOia w. an Mi,tNi 1.
r.raUW ar nstoBHt.'srlik Ik. H.v Fit. Cat Cola, la
M.kaaf. t1 UaUailultl.r STall..al Buk X.U.,
wliknl .karf a, ,W((. S, nOTllIOro,i,
Jy-" , . - CwkUr,
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n.talalaf tk. jef ..spluMaUry t. tk. MT.nl act.
al Ikl. SIm frlM, S Mat. .r mf?. st It.
09" Am.mt.n.1. Fr.o. a..lrtna; th. a.r
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i.tW a, a laarvk. nim a al a. al.la kaadi kr
Pr7lf 'I Xo'ltttUlk .ItmI wttl, k.lwH. M a.S
a .intta a.nk. apt) If
sfitfrl.i;. ana c.llb.frt .a Ka.ajr .f
Warnl.ff a.l l.alr.etlo. for r...( H. alio(kDU
.im. aa4 Ik.M. wkl.k roitnl. Ik. TlbU powtn,
llk .an anil f nlur. B.t fro. of .tar,. J. at
UlUr UTiloan, ASSHMllr 1 SKILLHI UOUOHTOS,
Howsr. aaualalloa, Ptll.J.lphl., Pv a7 3a
IB .Bd Fn.kl..r-lfU.. afflleltd
wUk DiMolanlloa. oa lh. fae., rtllJ nolk a.l.k.1 or
fnckl.., akoaM .Tp.rfj. Col.kr.Ud Kolkia.d
Ym.L Lolloa. It I. UfalllUa. Fnrana kr Dr. B C.
PSSBT, Dwaial.l.slt. W So.4 unrt, Tort, Sold
ky all dn,fUU I. WMklastoa aatalMwk.n, Prti
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S-T.itk. ClUantaiBf 0arBrt.waw Ar
nas anu kkr. kMBBad.t.k.r.lk.1 arm troaa 4o-
llT.nd fnaptlf aad rsa!arJJ rf7 moialaf lo aak.
Mrlkai, lM'4l' arl.f 0rM.
akxrlplloa.wlll kannlrrd kr D ir.WBITHO.al
kit a. ai.atf la h. Pot osie.')Cof f r.a atraa, wfco
tsjtb affat far Oeorgetpwa,
plafaU Will hateaner U aaJe
Teruia 7i 4tats per month, p
aia 14 waon all Ha
pa j able to tbe if sat, ' t
aV-BrMch.laotattlvtf; Armr-Jbt Hoard for
UeliaBlsatloaet Breeeh-Loadtaf Ama,r wbkhGee
ral Baaeuck la preside!, la uow la eessloa it Ho SI
wiid.r-s B4)Hir. ' -
irvi will b reeeWet. delly, betwea tbe boors or 11
iauli m , til fertfaer aotieo. 8iu (i
Iaveurar reqaeeted to eabtall tbelrarmslaper-t
eon or y ajeat to tae recorder of tb board. t if,
Cap! thU.I,CaTBrey,UaoLCot.D.8.a,, ,
Vbf tf f Becorder
Ss-MMtim Mwasatar Pits OsJre-i Valsaable
KemeS j for that DlMaa; also Ceasiuaptiou J-ettroj-f
raad aa kailro Car for tba BroashUla. Aa-ama, fte,i
earn he foaod ft Ssott'e PrStere. eppoell MatUaal
Bmt 0!w4e. aear Metropolitan! Hotel) Ford', or
erofElereathaad Peeas7lrajaaeete; .Cetwlile'e,
eoraersi Twelfth aad Pesaslfaata aveaayililo.ta(
eoraer of F aai Twelfth street Barbattf h's, coraer o
lu-.eib aa o, " tub j.u.tf
sfterWonderfut but Tro I llevdaso. tin-
tssros., the worldreaowaed l-lrolClst aad So rn earn
balMle CialrToraat, while im, i cUtrTOfsat sUU. Se
ll eeaUa th very feature of th pervoa Jfea aro'lo
marrf. aad hj th all of ha laatiUnaat f lauaa
pwr, knowa aa IheFsjrehomot-epc.vaaraaUea to pro
4eaperfataad life ilk pleltr of tbofaiuehaa
baaS r wife of th appllcaet, with dai of sMnlaia.
oaeopalloa. leadlnc tralU of sharaclor. Ae. Tile te a
Imposition, a teetlaaoatals waout somUr eaa aaeert.
By stailflf plat of birth, ag. dlspeltlou, color of eye
aad balr, aad eaeloslag Afty eeali, aad stamped save
lope addressed to yourself, you will recelre the pleture
tt ralara mall, together with desired laforesatloa
POBor 897. West Troy . T oelSdply
p OOD BOAHDINO AND UOOilS, AT
JT 9i per matb, al Hi PeaasylTaala aTseue. be
t-tt-en sftmr aed-a half and Blath street. Jell lra
OU BALK A LOT ON F SfBEET
auth. near city railroad, f oulias; near l r at) fee
tsd iubbIo bash (nil) foot alley,
tot.t l.litraa. V Hal ikla aMa. T
rrie n oeata per
OB 8ALE TOE FUnNITURE IN A
I at Bouse on u a rl aoutb, a rw doors from
T railroad' The house eonialae elxhl iMoma.
PuueaaioB ( laraltur aad hues git ea Immediately,
sauti! st,ai ihii uiutjtj
LOOatJB, aasiosBT osstisT, US
PeiiBarlTasla areaBe. near eoraer of
sTlath street, steads to all braaehes pertainlDg w ibe
profession staKurmatlori of lb mvuth ursi.tad, asd
eery anty nf artlSeial au rnad aMrlr
T O.L. 8TIEBEL1.NO & CO
liars opened a aaw stand fr the 'aai of ailklade
Fapsra, Sutloasry, Cigars, As, al JTo SIS X street, be
twee a ThlrteeBtfaad Pod rises lh etreet Sabisrtptlons
reeled for ail Jfw tork, Phlla4elphla and Baltimore
UIBROIDERY STiUPlllO COMPANT,
833 F Btreel, belweeu Ttb aad hliT-atB Btrset
atVSIOUT MAHiOia.. MRS. UOKOAV
Kew ssd Choice Styles,
FOB YOKES P BESSES, COLLARS CDrrS, CLOAKS,
CUOlilOflH. KHuKINU CAFB, AKti KLIP-
pakS, (ifcCUUiMJ hiisoti.o
COATES' AlfD OTHER COTTON,
Bd Kin Divider
Lad lee a- reepectfolly larltsd to call aad exeat a
SB-oiaieaa, aad may l evid t r'-celTlos ILe must
polite atleatiu. bt Iter thvy leaf orders ur ojIj
Il la teelaUs bepd tbat tboa wbu eajia I sea rite.
appolateu U obulaiesi arilel lawsr to t tbem
wilt jf.rer us with a pall feblltm
UCKER'S PATENT Sl'RINO BEDS.
ElarSB yaaraslae Hiram Tucker, of Bosto, patented
aaitag ttMi uf hlaowa lot liwa, whivb h.a kUkdiiv
laerea-d la puiiolarlt else tbal I me, aad ti-day
etaade unrivalled Cowblalag mn II noes t svri
reaulremealsi ut comfort, cleaolliteast, porublHly, ira
hkltiy. aad eheapBess It u-y lastly be regarded m a
houbild slty Tbo wht havtOBc lasted lie
nerlie will sever Abaido It for ay tbr e-Blrlvaac
wbteh has vet beea devised for ma-n. Minori dsnaj
lbhoBi4srcediorepoae. there is nibtng sobsmd
Hal lu sobbS health as sotted sleep, aad this is aeeured
7 Btw vi teeaec stbmbi apriBg pel
For sale If J8 0, McUUIHl CO..
Jsil-lw pssasjlTaaU srssst aad Tsath sujet.
rnkWiTthnii vNiotrciMm. 'J. f
Tbo following ,1s the list or officers and
platform of principles of the DnioVNatiomL
Clcb of Washington, D..C1 ,
OsMars a7 tk.ll.tl.aua Dalssi ClBk. .
, rnsiDtirr. ,
Hon.,ALEX: Wi RANDALL; of Wisconsin.
J - Vici raosiDoars,lf x
How. D.'bVHORTuN, orMlnaoootft. s
VSlwl: L J"n8T01f, of Penswylranla. - A
ABhXt VTAKEMArt, r KowTork.
Iloo 01TAB B. PHELPS ofWerjlarw-t. J
Itoa, THADDEUB WKLLK3, of OoooocUeat. , '
(loo A-JlKUYKKNDALU trimaots. .
Hon. CURTIS P. BURN AM, ofEeattek;.
JA8. B. SMITnof Wlsooaali. 7t
Uen JAS B 8TBAUHAstc-or0bIar - ,
CnAS.lB.WILKI , A
pot, Era ALLEN. Waebl-tiJoa, D. a '.
k r aaiowtatr. ' '
8AM'L 11. LAUFFER, of Pennsjlranta.' "
i ciaacroasrso sscairaar.
I. B"VXRQUS01torTaaeo. i vi . .:
" 'VaaasiTaaai.'. li t -!r ,
0. B. RirTENnOUSK, (Preeldeat National Bank
of Coiumer,.and.r tbe flraa ol KltUohoos, , -Towler
A Co,) " V.-3
axaciTTTTi coaw rrtio.
Hoo. J. R DOOLlTrLK,of Wiacooslo.
Hon EIX1AR COWAN, of Pennstlvaola.
llon.'O. ll.DROWNINtf.of Illinois. V-t'i',
Iloo. URBKN ULAT HatITU, efKentuckT. -,
lino. W A BDRLRmil, ofDneotah
Mr CIIARtKS KNAPP, of District of Colombia.
Mr. SAMUEL FOWLhR. of PUlrist of Columbia. rf
Uonett tenvuXtan ss exo ronrage; I As ComMitntte
it my guule; and n tk yofl u mjfaU AAvv -
pasv Joaasoa " , "
PLATrOKM OP THI XATIOXAL DH10H CXtTstT
1. Retolmd, .That wo arc sow. as heretofore,
ardently attached to tbo Unloo of tho States oodar
the Cnostltatieo of the Uolted States; that wo deny
tbe right of iayUto to eeed, aod hold that all
attempts at bocoobIob are nail aod Told, that all the
States or bow State of this Dolon, as before the'
rebellion, aod we deny the power of the General ,
0 ore foment, poder the Coostltelloo, te eteladesi
SUto from the Datoo or to ffoeen H aa a Trrltory. , r
" JJEsotW, Tbal ear boaldeaee lo the obllityyi
laUfritj, patrlotleai, aad statesnaoshlo Of Pro1.!3rt
dent Joan so is "undfml-rUbed, and we 'eordla.1
approre the gooeral policy of his administratis.
' I. JEWiV.'That w oodorse9 tbe resolution of
CoDgrsssof July, ISfll.'dselaririf lbobJetoftb
war oo our part to he the defense and mataUaeacti i
of the sopremacy'of th Constltattoo aad th pre-
serratloo of the Unloo, with tbe dignity, oqaelliy,
aad rls;hts of Ib several States unimpaired.
4. dRsjotW, That, lo tbe tango ego of tbo Chi
sago platform of I860, and as quoted by th late
President liscolu, Id his first loaognral address.
"Th malnUnenee Inviolate of the rights of States.
and spcially of th rights of each State to order
and control Its own domeaun Institutions aocordlos;
to its own Judgment eselosirety, subject only to the
Coastltotloa of tbe United States, Is essential to
tbat balance of power oo wbteh the prfetloa and
endaraooe of our political fabric dpadc"v
Rttolvfd, That ondar the Coostltatloo of the
Uolted States Is reserved to th several State the
right to prescribe the quelioeatloos of electors
therciDJ aod that It woald be subversive of tbe
principles of onr Government for Congress (o force
universe) suffrage npon any portion of ibo country
fa opposlttou to the koowo wishes of the eltttoos
. AsWtW.JThatthts Union most be and ro-
toalo ooe aod Ind I risible io ever,'1 that tbe war
or us preaerveuoo Qaving neeo nrougnt to a tri
amphaat close, a-d the supremacy of the Coostt
totloo vlndtoaled, tbe rights of the Sutes under
the Cons tl tut loo ar to bo maintained tavlolate.
and that lOjal elUseoS wlthlo tbe Sutes and die
trlols lately overrun by rebollioo or eotitled to oil,,
the rights guaranteed to tbem by tho CoastHatioov
7. Betolwd, Tbat all tho Slate of the Union are
entitled by tbe Coostltatloo of th United States
lo re prose o tat loo lo th councils of tbe nation, aod
that all loyal members duly elected aod returned,
having the requisite quallBcatloas as prescribed by
taw. shoaldbe admitted to tbelr seats la CuBgrsss
without unnecessary delay by their respective
boasts, each'Uous being ibe jadg of tbe loetloo,
returns; aad qral ideations of its own members. "-
8. Huolvl, Thai treason liaorimewbloh should
be punished, aod, that we are opposed to compro
ralilog wltb iraltors y bartering 'aolvorssi am
nsstj" for "aalrersal laffrage.'1
9. ftuofvsd, bat the payment of the national
debt Is o sacred obligaUoo, oaves to be repudiated;
aod tbat oo debt or obligation J scarred n ooy maa
oer whatever Io aid of treason at teheUioa should
ever bo assumed or paid ,
10 BmoUU, That wo eordlally endorse the res
toration policy of Preeldent Joonaoo oo w,lse. pot-,
rtotlo. constitutional, and lo harmony ith the
loyal sentiment aod jrarpose of tbe people Id tho
suppression of'tho rebellion) with tbe platform
upon which b wax elected; with tbe declared policy
of the late President LiabotR. the action of Coo
greis, anl the pledges glrea during the war, '
11. Renlvnt, That the patloo owes a lasting debt'
of gratitude to the soldiers and aello'rs of . laia1
war for the suppression of th rebollioo, aad that4
tho families of the fallen heroes who died tbat the
country might lire, are the wards of tbe people.
and should be cared for by the OnvernmenL
i it . ioe a. I..M.
pUOVUdALaFUltUOAls AND WOOD.
SSRATB OF TBS CBITB0 TATW, )
OrriQBor TflSMiBtikAiiT at a hs.
r WASBiwurts Jmte20, 1M
Sealed nrnaaala erlil la radrlvoJ tvt (hi. nWu n.ill
ISo'ctock bk)b oa astliBOAY, tfa 10th day f Jaly
B-Bt, ftir the delivery fevsBhaBdr4 (700) toe e (1,340
lh )pf large eiit or Uamtwtt furaats
Uie Ash (Jy.1,
M eords bet Pie Wood, thoroughly seasoned.
ThCe to be weighed asd tbe Woud aneuBred by
tba Chief lagleeer erbtu. ataat, and packed away la
U See ate vaalt uader hie dirswiloa.
ThawholeoftfaCwalaDd Wt U b dsllrsred B or
before the Slt of Asgost Mlowleg
. OloaOIT BROWIT,
Jsll d'JylO Berg at.Artaa U B. 8b.U.
PROPOSALS FOR LIME,
Cbisf QosKTBavASTsa'sOprioB, )
m DaroT or Waskibotub, J
wabrixotoii, D G , Jmyu, 1969 I
kVaVd propoeal ar lavlftf notll 13 m , o SATtJB
( hij ii ogtj iuriBia iifsrrr
TvtfU rHOUiANpinSHKUnr U.H8LACKED BUILD
1NU LHK, i?
ghlsg not less lh eighty (60) poiads te th
TbtsL'mtoba drtt varftil at that r.taiAtsa TiainAt aa.at
of the Capitol, as reqalrtd Tbe whole cumber of
ba bete I be delivered U twenty (20) days Iroia lh
PayweBttube made when whole amount I deliv
er! Proposal should be plainly raerked "Proposals for
Lime," and addressed to
. . H. HDCKIH.
, ... Bt. Hal, Oea. andCb tfUdsrwrsDaater.
Jy7 td llepomf Waehlagt B,
1 ROrOSALS FOR STATIONERY.
tf CtUlO or HAVIOAriOB.
a astritslsiTa 1
Wi BikuTnis J...11 Im I
Sealed '"ropoeala will ht reesttved at th a Bureau notll
13 n ob Saturday the Mth.f J., I- proaleio,f rtbss.p
ply of CuraaaaeWaad W.t,(.l..t.' Mr.iOBry l the
Halted Sutes Ifsvs.
Printed aehednlaB (! ll.t ' th. ....... ....
qaaDtulee of .he ertieloa feqnlred wl.l be fsraUhed ou
appllsattoB either tu the Bar-au directly or lo the Sir.
Ueiloa Ufflee, flavy Yard, M.w York, where aanples
may b sees ' r
I a. " r.' l"", w eBierta-BOd nnrens aeootnpbnieil
! bf ovldenee tbat Iba bidder la a rreonalied dealer la tb
articles tu b auipled, nor nsleie the propoaala ar
ainpUto for all the articles la kind Bad quality, a
saud oa the echedule with lh auiuuiit pr party
attended aad footed aad r Bores a reserve th right
ti reject toy or all of the bide whleh tl ahal) aol b fur
lb In We. I of th Oov ernioeot to aeoept.
very rfsr most be aecoosp.Bled by a wr tlea soar
self at ability to perform a eostraei aod acrettea fa th
fail amoBDt will be required to sU tb eua tract
rroputaia wui nteacorsea " frop sale for Statloa
BBd addressed lo the Cblrf of tbla Baroau
Chief of Bareao of gavlgatioa.
inunniiifl a jiiaisii
TljATORS OFFIOK, JULY67T86fl.
TO OWNIR Ulf LAlfAL CKATT.
itotlee la hrsby bIvb Ib.ltbs sstrsnee to th Wash,
lag'oa IBBB1, .1 it.. fg 0r B-veaiM.-.tb eiii, UI be
"." 'arUr tluM1 ' aarigatluo af.er afOKOaT bbbi
.BS.oi.iait, .em farther aotlee, for lh" purpoai of
ooasUsciiag Lw QaUs U tbs .n..'wy PrPM
" fl eMajor.