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THE NATIONAL BKPU1' CA.
THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN
It published etsry morning Saoday exrerted) ly
W J MciTAom northeast corner Tenth and D
streets, frosting Pennsylvania avenue, and 1 fur
ntshed t aabterlberi (by earrlert) at W eeoh per
taenia
Mail subserlbsn, 0 00 par annum i W.W for six
months t and fl W for throe months, far ma V in
advance
I
TItt WEEKLY NATIONAL BEPO0L
lUfceJ svsry Friday awning : On eoj.
)1M. Throe copies, est year, W.80( T
year, ?;
Auction Bales.
ipub-
le, Ofit
GOVERNMENT AUCTION SALS
to comnance on tht pik Instant, A tvutfroio
day to aay uu computed -J r
w Ptulorn Boat, 9U Fotiloor - 14 Cheat
Watoas, 1 Back Wagon, 5 1'M 'u 7roragt
Watont, 7 Anchors, 11 Balks, J "jjMaaks, 14
lloal Hooka, H.10tr,lAbatmtol g.OTOarl ocka,
flu Back Stlrks. 14 Hack ollar. A PtnYntnpa, Balk
Lashings, 1M Balk aak Back Lashings, Cable, t
A, 21 Angers and Bandit. SAdiea ana Hau lies,
IT CMli, 7 Drawing Knives, 1 Spirit Lvols, 4 Mai
Utt I Tap No, llaodltt, i Caulking Iron 1 Iron
Square. 1 Hand Haw. 4 Crau Cut Maws, 1 Toot Cheat,
I U find Stoat, VA Long handla hbovels, 7 Long
andU Epdei. AIIap, IIIdio and I look. 7 llruiil
Axw, (W Dpnnda l'utty. C17punnd JUullU Kopc, 1
collaManlUa Bopo
Tprma-;ah at 1 In Wal Unllo I State currency,
Uy onlr of Brevet Url Uon M B MeAlmter,
Majiroflfnilneara H B IIKOW.V,
inblO-et FlntLltnl Corpo(Bsclnf t
CTEAUBOAT A.XD DARQE AT AUCTIOX.
. BBroTQtrAkTKaMATKaaOrrire( I
WAaMmuTov, DC, March ll, MiA. I
Will ba aolil at rati It auction, al hiitU atrri-t
wharf, on NOSB AY, March W,nii Jr tho anpervhluu
rBrtTttClontlAal'.BIanl, A (1 M t
Th 1'roptlltff K team tn i "AltlkU" oiab.ml ilton
rcgiater and 17 Inchcylladtri
Tht Brit Bkrct 'D. MK0A5." of 1U tout nsUttr
TkrM bAata art In gootl trdcr and coa4UTn, aud
art told only bocauio they art not rc-qnkvd rrUT
trnnientnat
TbtfarnttflrtaoJ tijalpacuoa board will be old
With each boat
Tirni cath. In aortrntntot fundi
By order of tho Quartern aater Oc neral
j c McmnuAV,
Depnly Quartrmaittr (Jrneral,
tiihllt Btt Brig Ucatral, U H Army
f-lOVERNUEXT SALE OF CONDEMNED OltD
T MAIfCB STOKtH.AT PUBLIC AUCTION.
Bf ordtr of Major Urntrat Uytr, CbltrofOrdnanct,
United Btattt Army tht followlug condom Df J Urd
(it net Storta will bo aold at pnblle auction, at Bat n
Bgnt Araenal. Loulaljna. to comniouctun MOMl A ,
tho il of March, 18C8, at 10 a m i
BtSatta Wheeln, Aalet. 4c , of artillery car
rlagoa.
1J TraTellog Forget and Baltory Wagon.
4MOnantrt' HaTt-rpack
uriuunnera 1'oueutai ltu nn;oTsr
U toaa (abuutl t IJ Ljt Ima aeran
IS H1tagLart(7 Iron, S wood )
a Mogim iiwwiiirr net Buuim
ltMli ll,Tnnit KfkLliar.ta
271 Walat Btlta and Blatrt
H,7ul ravalrr had lit a 1 1.W1 Curb Brldl
HH Kaddlt liUnkta tuff aim H i ldlo II n
4.9H Rurclnaleat 1 U Artillery Kaddlea.
; llorat Collar i fit pair llaiuoa.
,fJ4TrCft Ion I aud wlitH.1
IkiDrlvcra' Whip"
4.KJ3 llorae Bruaha 1,101 Koto Bag
Wlpounda unrefined ft lire
1 Steam Engine, 14 borat power,
1 ttieatm Kaglae, borae power
HCapMaclilueat 1 liulli t Machine
1 Powder Breaat 2 Mill Hawa, unrlgbt
1 Iron Hand 1'Uuet 4 poriwblo turret
Together with tuUctllaneuut ltt of Block. Fall.
Axle. thalaa,Jacka,Tracno heU, Uolltr,llaud
' frock. Cheat, Buxoa, Ate
Tertua; taab.ln United Utatet Treasury n tP.
J W TOUU,
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OYERNMENT SALE.
OrrlCROr Aaa'TQrAlTgBHAtTKK.U 8 A,j
no a uorinnaaxT oTr.T, r
Mobilk. Ala , March 10. li
Will b aold at public aucllun, at tioveruiikcbt
Stable, n ttt. Emanuel, between OuTernmeut and
Coall atroeU, and at Utorebnua1, e rner (luveruiiK rtt
and Comnitrct atreeU, on WtBSKSDAi, tho 1th
day oi Mtrcn, uu, ai tua in,
11 lul- Irni
1 lioraea, iiainoaa,
Abihulancee, Ironbafea,
Wagon, ll1lba Maullta !'tix, 7 In
Alao, a lot of condemned Uuartcnuaater "oiurra,
CI ilhlug and Equip go
Property can l aeuu prior to ante
erma Caah, la Uovi rnuiont fund, on d j) of a e
y order of Brevet Brig Uen B Uaxtuu, ChUf
Quarteruaator Third Mlllttrj Dlatrirl , .
tllAKLES A BEYNOLD8.
iuh17 Ul Bvt Lieut. Col aad A U M
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pUBLIC SALE OF FISH 8TAXD3
Tha'rtali rnd ln-tht'31irrrft narkrtt will bt
old to the blghcat bidder forcaab,oa tho following
4r,, CEMTBE MARKET
TUESDAY, March 11. at luo click, a m
HUKTHKB.VMABKKT
MONDAY, Marvbtj, atlOo clock, a in
VAHrKBlTMABKBT
WEDNESDAY, April 1, at 10 n clock, a in
WESTKKN MABKfcT.
WED.NESDAY.Aprtll, atlOo clock.a hi
IVraon now holding Btanda lo tht differ en I mar
kett can ratlin them by paying tht apprai-emeut
jylet for auch hund prevl n M tht day ; f aitle
mhllHW BIMIABBWAI I Aril, Mayor
Hotels find Bestaurants,
pBBIIABDT'S BESTAUKAST,
ho 4 TEKTH STBEET, BETWEEN P AND K
The Bar 1 alockrd with th
CHOICEST WINES AM) IIQl'OU8,
and MEAIS will b aerTfJ lu Urn BEST and imal
tiinihriNt'llI.iiTl, Cnn. amiltl I uu LAUfc.ll an 1
HKOABH of tht nuft lrati.U llUfrl.nJ an J the
public are Invited to favor litni Willi a ran mm uu
rpUOUAS a:itEEN,
iJito of WILLABD'S, Vroprlelur f 1IAMMCK S
UurEI, Km JJ0 and 201, 1'enuaylvaiiU aveuu,
near Mb ativet Ueutluueu deairtng tncl will dJ
well local) Liquor uuezceptlonabl,aud clgara U
i tut nnoai uraui i.uucu uaiiy iroia mv.
Ml lm
VLTl L L A B D B'"lTo fiiL,
SYKES, CI1ADW1CK 3t LO ,
TBOrBUTOBS,
rCOKtriv; TENN. AVE ANDlOOI.TtLNIIIhTRLbr,
WASIUNQTONCITY ajSTJf
1 J B U f T HOUSE,
J C. C. WILLAl.Pt
raorntHToR,
COBU:oFFOUTEEHTII AND r bTKbllS,
WaSHINOTON CITY H II
U
WVHrULlTAN UOTbL,
(ronvtEBiT miowM'a norm,)
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11.11 felrnL, Wa.liluuliu. It I
Ilo.t,-H US per &r ' "'SL
BtTWlES klXTII A.N1) Sl EMU hTULlTH,
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Dai Fixtures.
O. ILFUiD lUILiCH,
rtUmB.OA8.AMB 6TE HT1EUS.
418KIMTII BTI1EET, iEilt VENNSEVMA
AVE.XUE.
iTittl r.HMUbeJ l IKK ) i.HI 'I
THOMAS THOMPSON,
Plumber and Oas-Fitter, &c
;a7 Pn. Aic, bcl. J'S niul otli HU.
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our riuUr bj ""WJi ' JEoi.Kow HH 4.
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ho: 477 toil tot NlDtb vlreol.
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1 i'.r, Vlrila OIUJ oil .1 U caul, iwr plal
uWr.UW..('1,SIAllMACIV.
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Uli3 U
ODLlVBBOlLS-DBJONOlPSLiaHTUBUWN.
' WltSWwW l-'hoaphat. of Lime.
"""IVAsHMk" rilAIlMAUY,
Corner Mtw York avonuo aud Fourteenth atrctt
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Uvrritb Statu Eaouriaa Orrtcr. 1
NswMaLlAirt. March 1 J. 18 I
Notice Is hereby given that tht following named
arilciof URlbuBlKAlNS and EQUIJ''JK will b
sold at public auction. In lot tobtdl 2 led by tht
offlcer of lb army deslg uattd to but f 3 h 'e,
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VOL. 8-NO. 99.
C0K0RESSI0NAL PROCEEDINGS.
Forllcth CoiiBrrcds Second Noattlati.
MoiDAT. March 23, 1)CI
SENATE.
Tho Oianliln tirmeJ thla inarnlntt tlilt tho
dhlno bleiiliizs would bo ouchaifcd to the
tsemtort calle.l to prcildo o cr the momentom
littie now before them
iiir. Antnooy, rromtiieuommiuccoiu'riniinff,
rnorteil a reaolutinn tottrlnt 350 eatr eotilea
of the report of th Impeachment trill, and 6 (KM)
conlei be tTlnlcd at the end of the trial mth nn
luuv. iir i lie uid ui in obijuii , aim iiitt cuiiti
be fiirrllihed to the Prcaldeot and the Uhlcf Jut
lice Adopted.
Mr Cragln Introduced a bill maklnff appropria
tion for Ihe cxpcoictof trial of Impeachment or
Andrew Johnion Referred to Committee on
CoittliiLTCnt Lxpeuiet
Mr U llanii Introduced a bill to rforntnlio the
Department of Htite. llcferrcd'to Oominlttct
on Helrenchment
Mr. Cameron Introduced n, bill to regulate the
ante of hay In the Dlitrlct of rolmnblit Ho
fir red to Committee on Dlitrlct of Columbia
At 12 30 the Chair rapped, and nnld that ac
cording to the 11th rulo regulating Impeachment
ail iegiiaino uu,ncs nniai craar.
Mr, Trumbull hid ttnderitood that the Heinle,
attttnr on the trill of Imneachment. In I aJ-
Journnl until I o'clock
ii r liiinnriiaim 11111 u nut i c nm nil? 11 in j
of thoiSecretnrjr to notify the llouic manajert,
and thin and other Arrnngeineiilt wo til I take t
half hour
Mr. Trumbull called for tho retutlor f the
Journal or Impeachment prnceedlnut, by which
It Apnotreil that the Sena to hid adjourned until
l o ciock lo-any.
Mr Trumbull then called for the rendlnsof
thocletenth rule, by which It Ii prdtl ted that
all legislative buali.eina.hitl cement 120 p tn
on the da.) ofthe trial
Mr. Trumbull did not cre much about It, but
It had not been Ma ui.ileraiimUiijt.ifit builneit
would ceaic to-di) at 12 30
Mr Conk II ng ial 1 Itwti out) n queatlon of
dlipateh. Jlj notifying the Uouao now, every.
thing ooul 1 1 e In order nt one o'clock.
Mr, rrflmundaaiM Ihe elotentli rulo aild thut
nil lelalatlvcbualnrat ahoul I cenie at 1 J JO on
thedayof thotrl-tl, nnd thequeatlon wsi whet hi r
thlt wnt the llrit tla) of tho trial lie iiibmlttod
That It wit nott tint tho Itratdiiof tho trlil
would not be until after the replicitlon of the
Itouic innuagera thill ba tiled nnd tho trial
rearularly act. ,
1 ho Chair aild he wo'tll iiibnilt the tjucjtlon
to the Senile
Mr Mumner, mi other vnatore (i no, there
la no otijeclloii to tho Chilr deciding It, let Ihe
Chair dictte It
The Clulr TJip so.retir will then Inform
the llouietlnt the rnitc la rend) to pruictd
with the trial
Mr, lidmunda anl t this would ciiuo rathir nu
nnomnloua ttatcnf ntrilrt Ihe Chief Jtutlm
would nut bo here until one n tto k, ami ho did
not are how iho trlil eoul 1 proLced Jcforethit
time,
IheChalr mid hla dccUlon wu thillrglali
llto bualneaa mutt now atoit.
Mr. Mmumli nppeile t ironi Ihe decUlou of
iiic uuiir
A iiumtier of Scmtura ntkod wit it wu tho
question
Other iscnitors The que I Ion U, alutl the
Chilr bo lualalned.
Iho ( hilr. No tho queatlon It, Mntl the
rulet boauatalned.
Mr. Truinbult hoped tint the Sen it or from
Vermont would withdraw hla apponl, m he did
not think tho milter u at of aulIMint conse
quence Mr. Mmunlt then wllhdrew hit appeil.
TheCIialr then dlrccUd thoWccrctarj to no
tlfj tho House of Hi preventative that the M
ntc wa read) to proi.erd with the trial
During tho Interval between 12 nnd 1 o'lloilc
builursswn luspended, and hcnalor cugied
generall) Inconvertatlon.
About 10 mlnutea to one Mr, btevent inme lu
alone, and took hit scat nt the tablo of tho man
agers 1)i liiincnchmeiit Trial
All p m .the president pro trm, vacated the
chair, and tho Chief JuitUo entered nnd took
lilii scat
the Chief Justice rapped tho Court to order,
and directed the Sergeaut-at Vrma to make pro
i IniiiAt Inn
Iho Hergemt-it Arms MHcir )o! Hear jel
llearjol All poraons are cnmmnuled lo luop
lirncr wiiiicine nramr di hip i iiiihi maia m
titling on the trial of Andrew Johuaun, I'real
dent of the L'ulted Matea."
Tho inanatrera of linueachuieiit wct-a nn
oouncrd, and following them tho llouto of lie-
jirraeniaiitri
llio lVitldenfa counsel entered nnl took their
seilt
Mr Doollttle, of A'l ,wai sworn In at a mem
brrof the Court
Senitor Daila roso and tald tint ho dealred
now to turiko Ihe motion which ho hid made be-
r.. ..., H...iaa.kiAa...m.1 , i.lrA It l.f..iA ,1.1..
luiv, aim iiuit ruiu,cu in mniu i, nriuic litis
trial Wat furmillv proceedetl with He aubinlt-
icj a motion wnun no aakea to no reau me
Conatltutlon having investel tho hcnalowlth
tho power to tr) cites of impeachment, and ten
States (naming them) belnj ttnrepreaented, and
each htato being entitled to two Senators, there
fore, tho question Is, whether the senate, as at
prestnt (.instituted, has tho powir to try Iho
nrtlilcanf luipe uliment prcftrrcd njilnit An
drew I oh niton
Mr lluunrd oljcctcd to tho reception of the
order"
Mr Conneas movetl tint the order bo not re
ceived and called for then) es and nvya
Mr Howe diked whether the; motion was in
order
The Chair decided that It was, and the Senate
refuted to receive the order bv a v oto of 49 nays
to i nyes Messrs Davis and ftUCrecr).
Tho Chair then notified thu counsel for the
President that the court was ready to recilvu
the nnswt r of the President,
Mr. htanbery rose anif-ail I In aceor lance with
the order of tho Senate, tho counsel for tho
President had devoted every hour that the)
(ould to tho prei aration of tho answer, dcprlv.
lug thenmlvcs of needful rest for tint purpose
Judge Curtis then read Iho answer, substan
tial!) as followi
TltU A?.i(WHl Of AMItrW .Iqijftsux Tu TU
AIlTh 11 H OK IMI KVCIIUL'tT.
Innnswer to the II rat artklo rispoudent s lys,
lint Secretary Wtititon was nppulnted bv Abra
ham Lincoln, and was perinit(e hv tho laws of
the United States to hul 1 olilm at thopliasuro
nrtho President Uy Act of 17a9ltwas tnactetl
that said seirotar) shall perform suthdutka at
fchall be nasisned hliu I ) the Prtil lent nnd that
ho shall conduit his business tu null manner as
tho Prislletit front time to time mi) direct
itespoiulint further nuavvers that In ncmrdai.t.e
wlth thopraclkooft tihandiver) President of
thirl nltitl states, sild Stanton teeame his ad
visor, and tint hcsiicieedul to the utlbo of Pri
Bldeutbv riusoitof ihednthof Abraham I.ln
oolii, nnd Iho sill Stiuton he) I hit commisjion
under President I.lmoln, mil at no time re
celvtd an) appointment vr commission from
hi in, save in mero millers of detail He further
Answers that on or about April 6.IS1.7, ho became
convinced thnthecoull nut sutler Stanton to
hollotllco without detrliutnt to tho public In
tcrisls. nnd thereupon, ly force of the Con
stitution nnd lav, u oi the Cnlted Slates, nnd, I y
vlituoof tho powir and authorlt) vistrd lu
him by tho Constitution ami laws, did sen 1
him tho following none I Co unite! read tin
letter aforesaid, and Mr Stanton s reiilj
tiertto Whereupon tho respondent further
sjjs that II became thooltlclil lut of Iho Presi
dent ofthe United Slates to consider his puweis
and dutiis In such case, and that ho thereupon
examined all the precedents In tho use, and
round that from he Ibtlito tho3uth Congress he
fount that ho had tho power at any nn I all times
to remove any of hit exciutlveoUkert Ho fur
tht r consulted with his Cabinet olllcer, and had
betn ad vised t hat ho hid tho authority to remove
til in Whereupon, lulus both ablo nnd willing
to eiirclse his Julgincnt lu smh ens. , ho ill I
consider tho matttr, andilotcrmlncd to, and from
Majudgment thereon It In MG7 the tenure of.
ollko law was passed ltispondcnt understood
that it was an expression of tho views of that
Congress, though ho believed It In conflict with
the Constitution of Iho United States
And he further answers that In tho construc
tion of these laws and questions it was nciet
aary that they should bo submitted to the highest
Judicial court of the United Slates, and to these
i nJs i 1st, that through tho active duty of the
resident to suostttuie nnouicer lor nir, man-1
formrd tht these questfont should bo Judicially
ueieriuineu mis risponueni iiiu suspmm wr
Stanton front ofljce Counsel read letter of
President and Mr Stanton's reply 1
ltispondcnt further answers that In pursuance
of hU Intention and design to discharge hlsduty,
that bo submitted Mi action on Iho Wthdayol
December, to tho ISenate, In the matter of the
removal of Secretary stanlon And ho further
ant.,ersthat wherena under tha notion of the
SenttO in refusing to sustain his ampcnilon, ho
was obliged to take such steps as would nlso
the question of liU right to remalii in otiloe, and
brlni It beforo tho uourti for Adjudication la
accordance with tho provjaions of tho Constitu
tion And therefore, on tho t of fculruaryho
dldPiotocdto removohlm, nnd Inio doing he
Ocn ti i tKt ho lutendtd to violate the second
MtftiOB of tenurcof-oillco law or that it was
violation Ho denies that ho Intended or dd
In accorJADCe with his v lews of his ptijilal duty,
and prayed that tho court would take tho ques,
tlon of Ms decision into ooDjlderAtion
Mr. btaubcry then proccedcil to read iho reply
to tho second artlclo.' Hespoudent ndm ii tmt
he orderof 21it of ebrury vvas Isiued without
he consent Of adylco of the Senate, but denied
atitraal
that It wni a violation of the law. lie further
answers mat mero was a vacancy in tneomeo
of SecrelAri of War, And that ho had tho right
to appoint Gen Thomas undertheConitltutlon.
Tho summing up of the response to the second
article It as follows i
1 That at the date-unit i1ctlir nt nlil u rlttnir
there was a vacancy In the ottlae of Sccretiry for
tho Department , of War ...
...... twnsaiiuing mo ncniio oi me
Lnlted States was then In session, it wat lawful
and according to law And well-eslabllshed usage said elov euth article, says that tho ivme ami the
to empower and authorise the said Tho in i to I matters therein contained do not chirgeor allege
t$tY 1 y? i'trtm. thecommltiloo of any act whatever by this re-
3 That If the said act regulating the tenure of , spondent In hi olllco of President of the Unite I
e Til oirkesbo held to be n valid law, no provl- states, nor the omission by this respondent of
slon of tho tame was v lolated by the Issuing of Rny act of official obligation or dut) in his office
said order or by the designation or said Thomas of President of the United Htatesi nor doei the
to ait as Secretary of War od interim sild article, nor the matters therein contained,
lu answer to third article ho abides by Mann- Dime, ilcslgnite. describe or ilollno any net or
awers to first nnd second, so far nithcallcgAtlons1 mode, or form of Attempt, device, contrlvancoor
contained In them nre pertinent thereto He mount, or of Attempt nt ilevlce,contrlv anee or
denies that his order to Ihomas nmounted to an means whereby this respondent tan know or
order In the legal and constitutional meaning of understand whit act or mode or form of attempt,
that word i at device, contrivance, or means arc impute 1 to
In further answer to the third article tho Presl- 1 or charged ngilnst this respondent In his office
dentsavs that he abides b his answer to sild of President of tho United .Slates, or Intended
tirtt and second artlcles.ln so far ns tho same are I so to be, or whereb) this respondeat can more
rcsponalvp to tho allegations contained In the full) or more definite) mako aniiverunlo Ihe
said third nrtlclei nnd without here again re ail I nrtlole than he hereby does
pevtlng the time nuiuer pravs the tamo te An! this respondent, In submllltn lo this
taken as an Answer to this i third article as full) honorablo court this hi ausiver to tho articles
as if here again net out at length! an 1, as to thu or Impeachment exhibited Again! him, retp.-ct-
iii-w nin-Kiiiuii vuinnini'ii in mi mir nrncie,
that thlireapoudeut(lldif)w(nf Ihe a tld llioimt
to be Kerrctarv for tho In nirtment or Witr jJ
r.H tl.n ..,.nn.t..., .AnA t,a i.. ... ...
"' ., ,1,V ll,VHUt4ll IIVIIIV, ..A',. ,V IJ ,,T i.llj
other authority to said IhuniAs than such at
Appears In ail I written ftuthorll) set out In said
article, b) which ha authorised an 1 empowered
an id inuiiiiiiiingini ntirinrj iur mo itejurt
meutof Wared interim nnd ho denies thai the
sime Amounts to an apiiolutmcnt, and insula
that It It onl) a designation of an olllcir of that
Department to net temporarily at Sccretan for
the Department of Wared inlrrtnt until ait A
point mint should bo nude. Hut whilhcr tho
sat I written authorlt) nmounla to an appoint-
inrm uriun icmjuirnry nuiruriiy urut igiiiiiun.
tho respondent denies that In any scnae ho did
Ihercbv Intcn 1 to violate tho Const (tut Ion of tho
t nlted Utnles, or that ho thcrcb) Intended to
glvo tho nld order the chaiacterof nn appoint
ment In tho constitutional or legal tenso of that
term, Ua further denies that thero was nn
vacano) In ail lolllceof Secretary for tho Depart
mentof War existing at thodati of said written
Authority,
In answer to fourth article, he denies that he
did untvwfullv conspire with 1 hum is or others
tu prov cut or liln ler Stanton from holding office
aacerelari of War. or that ho was irulltv of n
hlgliirlmeormlademeanor He denied tint Man
tua waaMiretiry of War at that time. And that
he did not ndv ito Thomas or any other person or
ii rami i uai' nil cur re inn i u m i un iiaaraaiun
of tho Di p irlment of vvnri tint no furee was
Hied b) Ihonns In oliedleueo to tho President,
and was no agreement betwion hi m and Ihonint
to use any foreo whatever Iho nllegitlons of
tnllnrllclo tli it Dure was nulntint tu ue fone
if wholly unauttrtliied
In isniuih as to sixth nrtlile.resiioiidiutdenlct
that he eulercd nt nny time with An) person or
hthuiib (iiiu ii ciiiiFiiirncj luurivni inc uperntion
of thotenurc-ofolt.ee law, nnd that tin re Is no
statement oft ho ateptti km In purau nice or audi
nlleiil denlun
In answer to seventh article I e denlis that he
attempted nt an) tlmo to take possession or the
nronirtv of tho Uiir Deo irtinenti that ho did
not commit n crime nnl mladenie mor, and re-
ii ra to oilier aruciet to anow jut intent.
In answer to eighth article ho denies that he
ma to an attempt to tako posaesslun of tnoiity
and records of tho War Department) that he
Aited In a constitutional manner.
Innnswer to ninth article .air ISttnl or) re id
President's in to to General 1 mory, and stated
tint tht Proal lent mere I) wished toconsult with
1-mory on some mattcrt pertaining to tho ad
ministration of his department. Uen 1 mory
ualled hit (the President's) attcutlon to tho law
directing that orders lo tho army shall bo aout
through flcncrnlllmnt, to whlelt tho Prealdtnt
ri Hid lint he considered It in conflict with the
Constitution Iho article, afMr detailing the
eonvcraitlon between tho President and Gen.
r mory, denied tho allegation tint tho respon
dent had attempted to interfere with or lnlluince
General 1 mory In an unconstitutional manner,
and tint Lis opinion there expressed was what
lie honestly an 1 sincerely believed
Mr r vurU then proceeded to read the answer
tolhe tenth article The article gave the hit
remarks. Ho denied that ho was corrcetl) re
itorted on that occasion, an I that the remarks
attributed to him are not his precise words He
Alsodenltd that the speech attributed to him at
Clivclma was correct, and that as contained In
tho artlelisof impeacliment, glventruo repre
sentation of his meaning Jtespondciit also de
tiles the Aecurac) of tho St Iouls specih, and
btgt tint If admitted it sh ill ho all considered,
ai d no ptrt or it expunge 1 Respondent further
alleged that he hid conutiunUated his views to
Congress relative to the non-reprisentallon of
eerl tin st ties, and tint such statement wero
made In aceordamo witlrhlt rights as An mer
it an ellitcu, nnd nt Pr jident of tho United
Mite I urlhi rniore, II o views and opinions
i xi rested b) Mm In the 'speeches are tho tamo
at ho hadexpretJCd to Cnngrett, and should le
1 0 considered In further answer to the tenth
in tide, In consideration of hit duties tu tho
peoi le, he h ith nn 1 has thu right of, on on tslon,
expressing opinions to tin people n lit ivo to the
duty an I ill uncter ofCoiinrisst tho views, mo
tiv en an 1 alms of public mini and that nbrldging
the libert) of sptceh an I Iho liberties of tho
people, ho cannot tut hr 1 1 that rule wat and
It hla clear right an 1 dut) . Therefore ho insist a
Hint he I ul exercised the right of any citizen In
thus ndlressliirT hi fellow-citizens, nnd there
fore Is not subject to impeachment, or other
action at law.
In Answer to the eleventh art lele, wo clto t'0
President's nnswer In full, as follows:
In nnswer to the eleventh nrticle, this re
spondent denies that on tho 18th day of August,
In thovear iSiM, At tho oltyof Washington, In
tho District eif Cotuml li, ho did, b) publld
spent) or otherwise, dcelire or Affirm, in sub
stance ornt all, that the Ihtrtj-ulntu Congress
of tho United States was not it Congress ofthe
IFnllud States authorized bv tho Constitution tn
cxcrelsn legislative power over tin same, orlhat
hedl I then nnd there rice lire or affirm tint tho
said Ihlrl) ninth Congress wis A Congrtss of
onl) put of the Slates in any lenso or meaning
oini r t ii in i nn i imi iiira ui i in1 i j ii urn wero ue
uiitl n presentation therein or that ho made An)
uriMtlii r of tho dcelfiratlons or nffirmntleiua In
this lehalf of tho said arlkks allegidasdenjlng
or luten Hug to den) that the Ii glalitlon of ajU
lliiri)iiinui vjougiiita wu niii or oi iik nory
upon this roipou lent, ixecpt to ftr an this re
spondent aiw lit toniiprovu tho a unit an 1 as to
tin nllegition In ail I artklo lint hedl I thereby
intend or mean to bo understood that Iho aald
Congress had nut Iho power to propose nmend
nit uls lii Iho Constitution this respondent sa)t
that In hla addriss ho said nothing in reft rente
tolhosutjeet of amendment of tho Constitu
tion, nor was the nut slum of the competent) of
tho a il 1 t'oiiL,rim to proposo sui.li amiiidmeuts
without tln participation of thu Nil I extluled
Mutts, at tho tlmo of a lid address, In any wa
mentioned or eonsidered or refined to by Ihls
respondent, nor lit wh.it ho did 81 had ho auy
lull nt nirardlnir tho same, and hodciilis thoallt-
uatloii so nude to the coutriry thereof
4 II... 11.1 . ..-... Ia. l fofrfLAh ......n. 1..1
Ulll 111 (ri'uu ivni u iiniiiti nuinvi iuuihi
in rccioit of tho tail Alletratlons of tho sill
eleventh artklo hiiilnbcforo traversed and de
nied el ilms and Insists upon hit personal nnd
official right of freedom of opinion, and freedom
of speeeh, and lilsdulv In his political relations
no President of tho United Stalls In tho exercise
of such freedom of opinion ami freodoxiof specih
in me tamo manner, lurin nn i euiei as no nat in
Ihls behilf stated the same In hit answer to thu
sill tenth artklo, and with the sanio edict as
if lm hero renortttl tho timet And ho further
el itma iml Insists, as lu said answer to sild tenth
article, helm claimed nnl Insisted that he is not
auljeit to question, inquisition, or Impeach men t,
or inculpation In nn) loriu or muuuir of, or ion
leruliig stleli rignts oi irernoin oi opinion or
freedom of speieh.or his nllcge 1 cxerelse there
of And this n spondent further denies that on
thoSlatdayof lebruarv, In tho year Itlod. or nt
nn) other lime, nt the ell) of Washington, la tho
District of Columbl i. in pursimaio of nn) such
declaration a Is In Ih it behalf lu aald eleventh
article alleged or otherwise ho did, unlawfully,
and In disregar lof tho requirement of tho Con
stitution that ho shout I tako care that tho laws
should hofallhfull) executed, attempt to prevent
tho execution of uu n.t entitled "An net regula
ting tho tenure of nrtaln civil oilloes," pinned
March 2, lttoT, by unlawfully dev islng or cuntrlv
Ing, or Attempting to dev Iho or contriv o moans b)
wlileh ho should prevent 1 dwlnM Stanton from
forthwith rciumiug tho functions of Secretary
for tho Department of War, or by unlawfully de
viling or contriving, or attempting to contrive
means to prevent thocxciutloit of an act entitled,
"An act making appropriations for tho support
of the nruiy for t ho ) ear ending June JO, laiw, and
for other purposes,'' approved March 1. 1IW7, or
to prevent tl e cheiutluu of nn act entitled "An
not to provide for the more etlldleut gov ernmout
of tho Unite I stales," pnsso 1 March 1, 137, ,
And this respondent, further answering tho
stid lei ruth article, sa) a that ho has In his an
swer to tho first nrtkle, set forth In detail tho
nuts, steps, and proceedings done and taken by
this respondent tu and towards or lu the matter
of the suspension or removal of tho said Ldwlit
M, Stanton 111 or Ironi lite Oiueu oi nue-ruinry ir
the Denartmcnt of ar. with tho times, moves,
clrpuinstanoet, lutents, vlcwi, purposes, and
opinions of ottlolnl obligation and duty under
and with wltloh suoh aots, stein, and proceed I ngt
were uobb anu taxoni ana no iunr hiwi
tliliclovvatUartlclootthotuattcrilnliUAuiwer
WASHINGTON, D. C, TUESDAY. MARCH 24. 1868.
to the first article prttalDlng- lotho auipcnilon
or removal of sild Edwin .M Stanton, to tho
sitno intent and effort at if the) uere here re
tilted an I set forth
And this respondent, further answering the
sild eleventh article, denies that by means or
reason of an)lhlng lit sild article alleged, this
.r...An.tAn -. n...i.i.ni r ,t. I'.n.li.i-.
ijij, on the 21st ill) of lobruary.ls, or at an)'
' other day or time, commit, or that he was rutltv
i oia illglt miStiemcAnor In olllcc
Ami im roBt.(n.iint. rmihn, An.u..inr ii.a
niiiy rcaervet ieivo to nmrnd an I add to the
, hiuc from lime to time, as iuiv beeomo netea
nn nr nmmir m I wIumi nij m,h i.mahIIi
I f .'.. ' 1.
vfproprleti shall appear
Tho Chief Justice put th
Tho Chief Justice put tho quatlon, whether
Iho senate would rceclvo the antwer of the
President of the United states, and order It to
bo lileli whtoh wat decided In the affirmative.
Mr. lloittwoll asked that a cour of the answer
of tho President be furnished the managers of
impcacnmenr, nniBiaieu inaiine) inoujiii iney
would be ablo to tllo their replioatlon at one
o'clock to morrow
Mr. Marts sell the counsel for tho President
think It proper, iinlesiiomoohjectloa lsmade, to
bring to tho nttenllou of tho Court tho tlmo
which shall bo allowed the President and his
counsel nftertho replication la filed. The tfnun
ael Ins hail no tlmo toconslder the various cues.
tlous of law nnd cvMeme They, therefore, sub
mit iiiuimn uuw Hint lite cuuuiri no nnutvru
thirty da) at line In which to prep ire for the trial
Tho Chief Justice sild tho firat thhnr tn order
was the motion of Mr lloutwrll, that a copy of
ine answer no turnisneu tne managers) which
wat agreed to
Mr hvarts then submitted a paper, signed b)
tho (ounsel, stating that 30 days time is m eea
airy
Mr Howard moved that tho tnullon for in ex
tension or time 1o laid on tlic tihlo until to mor.
row
Mr lllnihant said the managers of Impeach-
, ii-in wero ri nin in aricui ine motion now
Mr Howard then withdrew his motion
Mr. Login sat I tho managers of Impi lehment
dl 1 not oppose this rrqut t lor time hci lust they
wanted to furio tho trlil In ndvanco of a re a ion
able time, hut t canto there were uon isons
rlvtnln the -vppllcitlon whhti were sufficient.
Wh) shoul I tlio counsel for the defence deslro
more lime thin the manage ril ihe manager
were read) to proceed at once He knew tint
tlmo had bieuglveuln thocatcaof JudgesChase
and Peck, but there were reasons witnesses
hid tolie summoned, Hesldes, In an application
fur tlmo In a court or law, affidavits wero re
quired to accompany the application, git Ing tho
reasons why thu application was made Ihero
were mi rontons for tlmo given In this applica
tion vv hat was time wanted hero fort not to
summon witnesses, not to examine reior Is, but
simply to give time for counsel to prepare argu
ment. Tho managers asked no time In the
e iso of tlurcn Carpline, ii 1621, the time applied
for was given At a matter of courtesy to tho
(tuccn, but tho protest of tho Attorne) General
was entered nn the record, mo that tho case
might not be cited as A precedent.
He Insisted on the part of tho House and on
the part of tho people that no more time should
bo given lit this oate than was necessary to tr)
the case If there were reasons for time, give
them now, or else after this time Is obtained, an
application for more tlmo will be entered, prob
all) then to bring witnesses from Sitka or some
other far otr place. Tlmo should not be nllowe 1
unless reasons aro given which are material and
prrllnent The managers and the House of Ho
Iireientatives, for whom they aoted, believe that
he President wat guilty of tho high crlnict for
which he ha I been presmtcd, aud they believed
that there wat danger to the publlo Interest
very di) ho was permitted to continue In his
present position The managers ask that they be
allowed to till their replication to-morrow, aud
that they then be allowed to summon their wit
nesses and to go rlghton with the trial.
Mr Livnrts might bo allowed very brleil) to
call the attention of the court to tho ettabllshe 1
regulation regarding tho sights of defendants,
pllher In civil or criminal cases In tho course
of tho proceedings beforo this liouorable court,
they had been allowed but eight working dajs
to j reparo nu nnswer im-j ricugmic i incinei
that all dlllzwico shoull bo used, and that the
counsel for the President should withdraw their
vttcntion from All other buslnctsi but they had
not considered it necessary to support their ap-
pllOAltoii tor nu extcnsiuiioi uniu mey uo not
understand that the mibtk Interests mav bo sub
served by following the extreme hssto ofthe
honorablo managers with a corresponding haste
on their nart now. If I h U court will eli
duo resprct to the Presl lent and his counsel, he
would iv that tills aeoumuoii had not r ret it
due attention from them It would teem to him
that thev were ulAccd. t hi re tore, in tho noiltlei
of a defendant In an ordinary trial who requind
time to proceed litis was a Just and reasonibli
proposition which the) ha I made 1 hey do not
ask any more tlmo than In the Inti rests oi Just ko
which ahoull bo given tothe poorest man lu tlio
imintr). If, during Ihe tri tl on the pirtoftho
inanigeis, it should Apptar that tho attindauee
of a witness on tht ir part waa ucceasar), It
would be the duty of the court tu grant the
proper del a), and th it was the case with them
Air. Wilson, of Iowa, for tho managers, said
they could resist all Applications for unreason-
aiuo ucny. nn t mo counsel wim iinn jue lanen
hit seat might well have wailed until Iho man
axert reuliod beforo ho nn Dented this nimllea-
tlonj but they wero now r a I) to meet It Judge
uliate.in ma application ninimr.ui i su porti 1
It by his solemn afll lavil disclosing the reasons
lor Ills request, Ami one oi men was iiiouiaianeo
fr.imwhkU ho liad to brinif his witnesset. but
tho Senate overruleil his ai pile ilion and allowed
him thirty ua)tj nn l wnai was tno result i tint
tho eause was coneluledaul tho respondent ac
quitted IIvodi)t beforo the tli 10 i xiilred which
ho halnski I for pripiritloii Intuit case, on
tho return dny. Instead of in answer, they wero
met with application for fuit) Ia)b' time, und
tlio Senito graute 1 him ltu di)t, nnd now the)
were met lu turn with an elvl onto nnswer, the
eontentx of wlileli wire nui le proof that the
tlmonsked forsluuilJ not bo allowed In that
answer tho responleut not niily aduills that ho
Ins committed Iho very ails which wo hmoat
this bar ihirgel upon him as high crimes and
misdemeanor, but lio Asserts his right to do to
During All this time ho hulls In hit haul the
immeiiao executive power of the nation, no pro
vision having bien undo to obviate this; and
this v nit power he still continues towiillfor
the detriment of tho pe ice of the ltepubllo
Dullness It stagnating In tho ficoof this unfor
tunate conilkt betweinlho two dipirtiuciits of
theGovernmeut
Ho maintained tl at this up) Ikatlon must bo
addressc I to the sound discretion of the senate
under the rulo wlileh the Senate had adopted
that tho trial must proceed on Iho tiling of Ihe
application. Unless duo o nut Is shown ho main
tained that thero was no power to extend the
time. Iherehad been no causo shown for the
extension of even one hour Moreover It will
bo observed that tho respondent Is carefully
kept out of this case In all cases lu his cxpi
rlence the rcsponUnt had appeared and niado
IiIb own Affidavit HohoCl tho Seuato woul 1
obey tho aolco of tho ltiprcscutntlves ns indi
cated by their m inager, and bring this respond
ent ton speedy Dial, to the end that piaco ma)
bo restored to tho country, an 1 this unfortunatu
breach between the two dep irtments healed
Mr Stanbcr) What have wo stated! Unit
slme wo have had letve for tho tea da) s, wo
have been occupied every diy nod every night)
even ho was almost ash ami 1 to say it tht y
had worked out lie sabbath da), and their answer
wat not completed until tlftieu minutes before
the) entered this room All of tho counsel had
been present, an 1 thiy hil n fused all other
business for this No fiitenso had been their
application that they hud lotevmtlme to ask
tho President what wlt,rvseB ho doslrod,aud
they di 1 not know the u lines of nil) of them ex
crpt n few in Dili city lhecouuiel had not
even time to consult among themselves. The
managers stated that the) did not want any more
time that they were prep t red Ho was glad of
it, but ho could not say th it he was ready. 1 he
honorable manigirs hal the advantage over
them Ho was in forme I that llicy lind been ex
amining witnesses for weeks past, whereas tho
defenco has not summoned a slnglo witness If
the) could not bo allowed all Iho tlmo they asked,
glvo them ao me.
Mr HliighAmrose,wiieninaioritowara caiieu
the attention of tho Chair tu Ihe rules
ll.nllhnlr mint ml tlmtltWA the custom for
tho defenco to close tho discussion
Mr lllngham deeply regrettrdthat H-ocouhscl
for the accused had expressed any doubts as to
tho sincerity of tho House managers In opposing
the applicallou for time No ouo doubled the
honor of the learned counsel, but he contended
that aoursoniuit bo proved for tho continuance
or tho trial H Andre Johnson, the Boomed
at this bar, tias witnesses who cannot be reaahod
by ine process at this nnr, ana umsri amaavit
hat they aro necessary, men tnero mtgni no
somo reason for di Ivy
UU licit nt mat avuiillt
JUpttMtara.
counsel hereto state on their honor that ten
days would be required for an answer, and now
ineysinieinai mirtyunys is required to prepare
for the trltl He submitted that time onl)
should bo granted on the personal affidavit of
Andrew lunnson himself If he has not sum
moncd witnesses, wh) has he not been about It)
he his had since the 13th Inst Thlr Is trlfllngi
he repeated it, trilling What Is this remod) of
luiycacnuiciii worm, ii ine I'rrsiucni can come
In here and bv his counsel obtain these long ex
tensions 1 He defies vou W hr does he wan)
this timet to prove that the Constitution Is
nothing but a cobweb In his hand. He ventured
to say before the enlightened bar of public opln
ioi mm i in; i-rcsuicni was as guilty iy ine
lanruare contained In his answer nf mal feasance
In office as an) man was since nations began to
exist
nest)! tnat tie lias the authorlt) to suspend
ana executive o nicer of the Government at his
will and pleasure, and while the Senate Is In
session According to tho loglo set up In this
elaborate answer he xnn vacate Any executive
office In the tnlted States at his pleasure, and
appoint a successor fffffnHm,ercn though tho
Senate Is In session Hupposo his successor
should f lllowhls bad example, he (Mr II ) would
like to know when tho Senate woul I have an op
portunlt) to exercise Its constitutional power
to content to appointments to office Tho right
of every man to a speed) and Impartial trial
was recugulied, and the managers Insisted that
the right ofthe people was to have a speed) and
Impartial trial In this cate, and they mk that
thowronei which the nee used hat committed
against nu outraged and betrayed people be re-
uirnaiti, nn i inv i oiisiiiuuon wnicji lie oat vio
lated be vindicated
senator Henderson ofiered an order that tho
consideration of tho application for the oxten.
slon of tlmobv the counsel for the President be
postponed until after tho Ming of tho replica.
tlon.
Mr Duller hoped tho day woul 1 be fixed now
when the trial was to proceed
ThenrderofMr Henderson wis then rejected,
ns follows t
leas Messrs Anlhon), Iluckilew, Cattell,
Cole. Dlxnu, Ihiollttle, hdmunds, Kcssenteti,
ii n iiukiiu ji-ii. uiiuiuB, uviiurrBuii,
Hendricks, Johnson, McCrerrv, Morrill of
(Maine, norton, rattcrsoti of Tennessee. Hots,
-itiiiamir), i-uicrmnn, nprague, iruniDUN, van
Winkle, and lckert-2
N a) a Messrs. Ilayard, Cameron, Chandler.
iai;ii fnB. .I...I..H .i i ii.. i.
uiikiiiii(, t oiiiiriB, uiui-ii, i rfigin, lillli
Drike, rerrv, Harlan, Howard, Howe, Morgan,
Morrill of erinont, Norton, Nye, Patterson of
w inmiMitire, romeror, itamsey, Stewart,
Sumner, Tha)tr, Tiptoo, v Illcj , ifllimi, V II
son an I Yates 21
Mr Howard moved to liv tho mot ion of the
counsel for an vxteiulon of tlmo on the tat le
Mr Drike submitted that the motion of Mr
Howard wis not tu order, and tint upon all mo
tlona submitted b) thccounsil for the defence
or the managers of Impenhmctit the senate
must tike n din it vote
Ihe Chlif Tiiitko tkcil. 1 tint the p. hit of
or It r wis well taken
T lie unit Ion of tho counsel for thlrt) dajs i x
tension of tlmo was then njected by n)itli,
noes 41) as follows
A) es Messrs Hiyard, Huckalew, Divls, Dlx
nn, Doollttle, Henlrleki, Johnson, Met lurg,
Norton, Patterson of fennesseo, Saulsburv.and
kkers-12
Na)s Messrs Cameron, Cattell, Chandler,
Cole, Conkllng, Connoss.Corbctt.Cragln, Drake,
lAlmunds Verry, ressendeu, towler, Prellnr
huysen, tlrlmet, Harlan, Hen leraon, Howard,
Howe, Morgtn, Morrill of Me. Morrill of t ,
Morton, N)e, Patterson of N. II, Pomeroy,
Hamsey, Koss, Sherman, Sprague, Stewart,
suinner, 1 haver, Tipton, Trumbull, an Winkle,
Wllle), Williams, Wilson, and ales 41.
Mr 1 vartB then rose and said, on the part of
the counsel for tho President, ho wnulJ moio
that bu M reasonable tlmo lm allowed as the
senato deem ptopor for the preparation of the
defence.
Mr Johnson moved to allow ten days, And
then, on motion of Mr. Sherman, tho Senate,
sitting as a court, adjourned until to-morrow.
iiiovjuici justice ten tne cnatr, ana tne I'rcil
dent o lem called the Senate to order.
1 ho senate then adjourned
HOUSE OP nF.PItESLNTATIVL.S
Under tho ctll of States and Territories for
bills nnd Joint resolutions for reference only, the
following wero Introduced nnd referred to tho
committees named
lly Mr Hutler, or Mats t IIIU to authorize tho
building of a railroad bridge Ito ads and Canals
Ur Mr. tllot.of Mass t Dill to urovlde for the
examination of masters and males In merchant
aervue, anaror tne establishment or a marine
school Commerce
Hv Mr. Jeockes. ofH 1 1 Hill to nromote elll-
uency in mecnii service, jieirencnmeiii.
lly Mr Hotchklss.ofConnt Hill for a railroad
bridge ncros j the Connecticut rlv er Holds nnd
Canals
Hv Mr Miller, of Pa i Hill to regulate trials
in United States courts In the esteru District
f I'ennav lv aula Judlciarv
lly Mr l.iwrence, of Ohio Joint resolution
directing tho President to withhold certain
patents fur Ian It soil un ler Iudi in treat In
Public I.anls
lly Mr Gruver.of Kv Hill to facilitate com
mene I ctween tho states Commerce
Hi Mr Cullom.of 111 t Hill in relation tothe
rink of i illitirv officers under the act or Jul),
is jo Military Aft airs
UyMr an Horn, of Mo i Hill to amen I the
bankrupt net ludlclir)
II) Mr Drlggs.nr Mich Joint resolution re
In ting lo malls an I mall service post G like
Hi Mr mwjpp, of Miss t Hill granting lm Is
ti UliCitnsIn for n breakwater at Gntn Hi)
mi I Iiiko Mkhltrin. Put lio Lands
Dy Mr Washburn, of Wis Hesolutlons or
tho Legislature in ret illon to land rants I. ii I
on the table.
lly Mr Hlgh),orCal t Joint reiolullonof Cnll
forn la Legislature, asking for public lands fur
an agricultural colli go lu lleuof rallroa I grants
Public Lands
'11) Mr Clarke, of ICamai Joint resolutions of
the Kansas Lezlslaturo asklnir the remov al of
not only the Prisldeiit, If convicted, but nlso of
an oilier ouairimiuii tu rvcouairuviiuu lie
construction
Dy Mr Washburn, of WU Hill for an appro
priation for tho impr ivemeut or the Mississippi
tlvcr Commerce
It) Mr Price, of lown Hill fur nnnipropili
lion for a t rldgo ncros the Mississippi it Hock
Itlin I Appropriation!
I nder this call a large number of prlv ate 1 1lls
were Intro lucid
Mr Ilolmau, t f Iud , Intro luccd a resolution
dicl irlng that, in theju Igmcnt or this House, it
Iscquall) Just tuthe hoi tert or United Mates
at eiirlties, as well as to the peoplo or tho 1 nlti I
Males, th it tin bun Is contrae lid during tho w ir
stioull be pill In tho lawful mime) In which
auth Ionia wero routra ted, an 1 cxtcpt where
tlm bonds are lv their terms milo uavable In
gol 1 the) shall lu pal 1 lu liwful uioiiiy known
a i line i n lit a uuie-a
Mr Holm in dennn lid ihe prev tons auesllon.
but the House rt fuse I lo teeon 1 It
Mr lllalne then move l to refer tlio resolution
to the Committee of Wa)s nnd Me ins; wlileh
was agreed to
Mr iilalno olkrela resolution directing tin
architect nfthec ipltol to furiilah an eslliunteol
I (in osiKMiae an 1 nractlcabilltv of converting the
old hull of Heiircscutatlves Into eoiiimlttet
rooms lor coiuiiiiiiei s oi me iiousc i-asseu.
Mr Washburn, of Indium, Introduced A reso
lution to pay Tor the )car ending June 30th,
irtiM. to all clerks, emnlovees. and messen;era lu
the Dcparttneuts, a graduated percentum upon
mcir (in trill aniiua it inum in iur nu in
crease of -0 per cent onailarles nf l iou an t lesst
13 per nut em sal tries of il Cixi nnd least nnd 10
in c cent on talarlvt of A2 OOO and loss, temali
clerks whoso pay was increase 1 to 4jo0 receive
no extrv compensation Heferred tu Com mil tie
on Appropriations
At 12M, Mr I orne), Secret ir) of tho senile,
nppoiud nt tho barol the House and uotilled It
that tho senato was In its cliambe r an I ready to
t roeced Willi the trial of Andrew Johnson
The House at once resolved itelf Into Com
nilttif or the Whole, with Mr W ashburne, of
Illinois, lu tho chair, and in a bod) proieided to
tho bir oftho Senato
Ihe nu nibcrs or tho House returned to their
Hall at 4 40, and the Speaker resumed tho chair
lhiSieaktr lill Uloro tho House a ionium
nidation from Ihe Secretary of tho Ireasur) re
liiin.r t.i tlm milhorltv wherebv Hon 1-jlumiut
Coni i r hoi Is his position at assistant secre tar)
of the Ireasur)
Mr Lldrldge, or Wis , aske 1 for the reading or
the eommuiik itiun
iho speaker said no woiiiu men wniuiraw it
nt 11 to morrow morning
Ihe speaker also I ild beforo thollouso a com
muuloAllon troiu mo conimuiionai conviiitlou
or North Carolina, endorsing the Action or Con
gress in impeaching tho President or tho United
Mates
Mr Hlughain, or Ohio, submitted a motion
tint the managers bu authorized to Moat the
i tr of the Senate a general replication lo Die
answer of tho Presl lint tothe charges preferred
against him by the House of Hepreseiitntlves
Mr Woo I, of N .objected, unless tho n pll
oatiou was llrst exhibited here, so lint thero
oould I o an opportuiilt) to discuss it
llr. Hlngh tin supposed that the House knew
what a general replication was, and n majorlt)
could author I io the tnsnagers to Me It
Jilr 1 kiriUge, OI vvis.snii no iicciiiii-n iu nu
thorlzo tho mauflgcrs I
u replication for
lillll, lie lltd Jteaitl tne ire-suie-iii nuawi-r rinu.
and believed It was all true) an I he llrst wanted
an opportunity to sue what tho replication wat
Mr lllngham said If tho gentleman believed
that the President a answer was true, and that
tho charges of the House wero false, the) would
vote against any ana an replications
Arte further discussion Mr. llinsham inn v oil
that the Houso take a recess until fl o'clock tu
morrow, at which tlmo the replication will be
prepared, which was agreed to and the House,
At 5 o clock, took a recess
The I in peneli incut ItueaacN.
The form of summons Issued to witnesses, at
tho Initaneeoftho Impeachment managers, ti In
part as follows t
"You,1 -.are commanded to appear in the
Senate Chamber on the22d da) of March, 1903,
then and there to testify your knowledge In the
caue which Is now before the Senate, In which
the House or HcpresentatUes have Impeache I
Andicw Johnson, President of the United States
all not.
"Witness. .Salmon P Chase, Chief Justice of
the United statea and President of the said
Senate on the trial of tho said Impeachment."
The summonses were prepared Saturday, about
twent) tour In number, and each Is signed by
Major W f McDonal I, Chief Clerk for Colonel
lorney. the Secretar), who waa absent from the
city. Deputies of tho Sergeant at Arms of tho
Seuato were engaged Saturday night in serving
them Most, If not all, of these witnesses have
been examine 1 by tho Impeachment managers.
Including Hrevet Major General r mory, Adju
tant General Thomas, Colonel Wallace, Samuel
Wllketon, Hon Hurt Nan Horn, and ex-Post
iiiaitcrOcncral Horatio King
At ieiat lev en of them Are reporters Part of
them have already testified 1 eforp the Managers
as to tlio President t speech In Washington on
tho nth of August, Uai, in response to the ad
dress And resolutions of the Phil idelphli Con
serr.atlvo National Convention, while others
testified to the languare used in his subsequent
speeches at Clevelan 1 and M Louis, alluded to
In tho Articles orimpeachnicut Mr. Wllkeson's
testimony beforo tho Managers detailed the con
versatlon with Adjutant General Thomas, and,
that ofMr an Horn tho colloquy between Gen.
Thomas and Mr. Stanton, when the former, In
the presence or witnesses ami other members or
Congress, came to the War Department and
claiming to net under the orders ol the President,
demanded the surrenderor the office General
Thomas on that occasion waa ordered by secre
tary stanlon logo to hit own room, which he
did The tesllmorv of General r mory aud Colo
nel Wallace, relating their separate conversa
tions with tho Presl tent concerning military
altalrB, hat been published, that of General
I mory laying tho foundation of one of the ar
ticles Another of Ihe witnesses testified that he de
livered at Ihe Presl loot's House a cop) of the
Senate resolution which declared that, under the
Constitution an I laws, the President had no
tight or power to re (novo .Mr Stanton And to ap
point Gen Thomas Sictetary of W ar ed inttrim
during the session of tho Senate; while another
""'"i niau in ine t-mjMoy oi i no "enaic, resu
lted to having sen cd a co) of tho same resolu
Hon upon Adjutant General Thomas, who was
At the time, at a Itto hour or the night, at a mis.
querade ball, but whose pirtUI dWgulso dl I not
conceal the stirs on his shoul It rt designating
hit officii rank Ab fir as ascertained thesi
witnesses are called to appear to-daj to tesllfv
in the smite, ns they did before the Managers,
In support of tho article a of Impeachment
Merchant Tailors.
It
E M O V A L
I.UITIH KITTlin
MercLaut Tailor, doalret to luforto bit lrlpoJ tuj 1m
lublle lu gfuoral that ho hai rein iTfd from SH
tn t to 3ld utrrt-t, c ruor of Lleveutb
Ihaiiklug tUfin rr their Ultra! lairousgo lu Ihe
pant, ba tiupua for Iho f mtluutDc' or llmr favor',
w lililt h will endeavor atltl l , idt-rlt
Ju.l received, a largo stick of Clolha, Poc.kioa,
and Laaiutres, for spring and summer w car. which
lio w ill keep co m U ml y ou baud iubl7 Ot
S T U 1 II E N H A. V O .
(LattorWal1,6terhru 4 Co ,)
310 Pennsylvania avenue,
lltlwocu Ninth aud Tenth street,
MERCHANT TAILOBS
1
NEW SlMMXd CLOTHS, CAS3IMEBES, AND VEST.
INO, JUST I.ECE1VED,
At laod-rato price luLH-If
4 C A K D . "
I F MUDB,
W D sUeel. eorbOr of HI nib.
nmwtfully thanks his friends for their liberal sup
nixxtii
ll I
port during tne (ait aoaaou, and would Inform
tkeio that btbasjuitrc ilvodaaplooJId assort
uient of
CLOTI19, CASsIMkrt&i ANDCOATI.N0S.
sth-cted exprtnaty for geotlt rn a wear, which bt
v 111 muko la orJ r at tho lows t rah prleva
Ul work warrant d to glvo .vllKftciion Jyl If
Groceries.
ITALIAN M ICUAKONI.
Fri.H, aoj at I ttrral fljurr.
ALsO.
Al'l'll llHTTFIt,
(UNDINNMl MIIK.
iiLirni-o rimiANliTS,
I r I'll J llnr, Ke , if .
IKOJIAUP III UHIE
Ua Ur II I lu IIiiiim ,
ml II If r mpr lurlcfulli atnl I itrett
A. C I'T, ANT,"
I'HI.LU IV
WINES, TEAS, FIRE GROCERIES,
litiliortutl X.iivmlOH. .vc
PLANT'S BUILDING,
Corner of Now York Avenno and Fiftoonth
Stroot. .,
w tr
i) . H U l h E I. L U A 11 11 ,
DIALER II
FINE FAMILY OUUCEUIES,
No IjOMdIIi ktrctl. aeur 0.
.Id If WA81II0T0V, D C
N
KV (ii tll'H.MIM. HTnlU. 47 NINTH
tnl. ImIwhuDiuJ f VV Irb a Ut at lour.
lilt iiUr eh tin ltr4uli .New Murkwhedt Flour,
li from acw fork lull l t Urahiim Hour, chulco
ru nun r, i ara, ten, nugar cuna nam.
o IMackiMtnkttrf. mUu,
I ranlx rri t nt Nt w lork l r
lloldt n ttyrup, Mi Ut a, aud i
iiiu i lurin ru aiii'biiii
1 iiriujf a () nil
in mi iiiiifa nun ioui
Hi, r Critker', wiih a
i u m, Urifd rriilla, n
(il.tK KltSalways u l
iu
iriiiicut t l urn
l .Ho 1-AMILi
linn I 1 n -iniir". r u 111 bt at
it iron! all hoiiraof tho dji t rccilvo KUbaciii.
Uou-if r atock htinroa, ilO,cU oiiiu
Painting.
THOS. A BROWN,
IKlU.li:, HIOS
I Ml
Ornamental Fainter and Glazier,
s loiiUluuu Vc, brt. I1. niul CtliNlN,
JolllllU I roll) Ur allcililtfil l litMI If
IIOTTfe-)l"2t HlfSlV
AND
Ornamental Fainter and Glazier,
1 1 lonUiniin ntc, ticf.Cth uiitl Tils hid
JillUHNfl ir 101 Hyatt iilrlti mMff
Millinery and Dress-Making,
NPUINU UUOD.S
JUST KLCMMkD
Mils I lsPl NHMPrf
Mlllliier niul l)rc-Makiuif llooma,
No tU l'ENhn IMl ANKM'L.
Uelw.tn Mntti nu I tfin)..!-. 1 1"
Wood and Coal.
nc a I. V N D WOOD
On hind an! for .! , nt th to wrl 111 uli I rales,
tlmch Li-titi I I vktua ulli), I oilerr, hi aiuoklo,
slid Ualttuioiu Com. uiiy Lo.il-, Lgi, bum, nod rur-
'ai-ii, 'llltlory, Ouk.aud 1'lneWool, sawed and
illl lo ituy I -Usui un l alii , 1 r iu iuo mics
IhealovodultVtlid t inu) irt of the city at abort
u tlio
e, 1, 011 civic 1,
1'h av ,1-1 Sdtud-Ia alroatlai
tint 1
'rY
mil
Carriages
mz.'
CA1.UI(II-St
c.aiiutaur.1'
CVKUtVU
tin baud, a largo unintitr if Brat c t m Lsrnaic-.
at 1 rieos to suit iho ttuios Ptraous lu wnut shuulJ
ex mu I ue my stock btfortl urthiug ! where
Keiulrlug promptly atlendfd 1 1
KUlibUl II tllUHAM,
Roposllory, 174 1 tl , I t , Hh and I'lh sis ,
bihl 1 Jt bltup. 4"7 fcUhtlisttvul. nesrD
rrlage.
GARDEN SEEDS
j. p UAUIIIOLOW 8
Agricultural Warehouse',
5. Ith t , 01 p Centre Market
iTlIKNATIONALHKPLlUJCAiN
THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN
Is pabllshed tvtry miming (Mnnday exc r '
W i U cation, hirihat corner Truth auJ
ttroets, fronting Pennsylvania avenue, iaJ I fit
nlantd te tabscribtrs (by rarrltra) at A) ecnis i
ta.uth
Malt aabacrlbers, &00 per aaaatnt $3 00 for ala
uioetbai and 91 CO for Ihrtt mo a lb t invar tab tu In
Ituvanet,
TDK WEEKLY NATIONAL BEI CBLtCAN Is i ub
llthtd Tsry Friday morning: Oae copy, on yrBr
$10)t Tim copies, cm rear, t.i Ton eople,oti
rwr, m
Builders and Material
SASH, DOORS. BLINDS, MOULDINGS. LUMBEI.
aJ BUILDIJKO MATEKIALS IN UENUtAI ,
WHOLESAI B AND BKTAIL
DalUtrt Jttlront of aarlig moaty will lad II tj
thtlr advnnuge to give tut a call and wiataiui nr
bjw and extensive stock btrortparcaaKtBgelaewhtre
L, JuflNeuN,
JtStf ItlCsL.Ut 12iusn4l3tht.s wtUt
T UMBER. LIKE AUD CEMENTI
1 .0.00 bet quality of Walla Pitt Steam Ellu IVs I
Lnuber.
&n,oroBtagtr I ntkt
zoo.uuo feat of Whits rise and Sprnco 6ettu1ia(
Also, Ftnto Pickets, lltmlock. Boards, UalU, Jol.t,
at? , tke ,intrsetivN ana for salt at otr wharf, foot
i aaiaaiH atii
Fawn Broken.
'l)S CITY IOAN OFFICE. .!)'
OIIISBLIN k CO ,
No TWELFTH STREET,
BETWEEN E AND F STREETS,
One short st nart from Pttntylvanla avcuui
PeraontdMlrlngcanbtatteadtd to at tht realJ 3
by uddreaalng n above
1'traous stand 1m tholr owb light by not dealing or
tht Brm, as their buolnea la couduet-d on th- IV
Ian atylo that 1, no deposits aro forMted entirely
Jail ly
. I N T I C E . KO I
iJOl IOOK PEOPLE'S FRIEND OO 1
P. DOVER'S LOAN OFFICE,
tH Twtlfth street between C and D, near Peuu)l
vault avtnut Money loaned oa ladltt' and gcuiU
men's Wtartng Appartt, OuU and Sliver Watches,
Diamond. Jewelry, Flatuls, Mochanlcal Tools, Ac
Dullness confidential Old Oold and Bilver bought.
JnlT tf V HOYKH
'175 LI-E;8EI) DY AUTUOK1TT 1 "7"j
n DURNSTINE'8
IOAN OFFICE. i Thirteenth alrwt. 3d do.tr south
IVunaylvanln avenu. Money loaned t n tlmt to ami
eu-toiiters on Rial KaUle, Uoldand Silver Vtttcbo',
Pitiuouda, Jewelry, bllvrr Plate. 1'lauoa, urnitur ,
M cbantcal Tixda, Ladits' aud ietatlcinra t Weailnr
A parrl of all deacriptlons
Uid Uold aud Hllvtr bought
ap3 P BU1PV8T1NE.
977 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE, 077
PR1KG I'o
NEWLV LSTABLISHED LOAN OFFICE.
Those rtyiulrlog such accommodation will di well tt
call on ui AH laak It a trial, and I foci -nur,tl tbut
1 will aocuro your favors.
H It PrlvaUtulraoctand odlct. ring tho ball UII,
inhS v
Steamboat lines.
i;on TiTuM t "KRinrir.
The awlft. remmodleat and staunch Pnvr
Kteamtr ARROW, Captain Thomas jrTr"n.
tutckpole, Commander, will leave UrrJmUtBfm
Wharf, fo.it of tsfveulU atnet, WaahiDitoti, u e. ,
commenting 211 March, at 10 a iu , diilr. (Komlai
excepted,) for MOUNT KKNoV, tht Ton.W Wt.l.
Incton. topping nt ALKXANDKl (, InKf FOul,
and FORT WAHHINQION Returning, tht Steamer
will arrtvt at Washington abtnt 4 p in .giving amplrf
tlmo Tor passengoro who wish to leavn Ibe city th
samttvtalagto take Iho ears for thoNorth, VWal,
and South,
faro tu MoBot Vernon and roturu, iMclodlug al
lon to tht Mauslon and Oronoda, )1 W
Tlcktltfortaltal all Ibt principal llolols, and at
the Steamer Wharf
JAMES UTKE9, Central Surwrlatep nDt,
Uiinjm Otttce, Wlllards' II let
VEW MERCHANTS' LINE OF STEAMERS
E C. KNI0I1T,
JOHN UlUaoN,
Will run rtgularly daring tht winter moalb betwoeu
Ntw York. Altaandrla, Washington, aud (loorge
town, at follows Leave Ntw lurk, from Pier ,
East River, at the foot of Hoists It street, every Sal
or Jay at 4 p m Ucorgttown, from wlatf fool of
High street, tvery Tburadar, aud Alexandria, every
Friday, at Un For freight or paatagt apply at Ibo
otBct of ibt company, corner nt New York aveuuo
tod bevtnletuth street, below Navy Depart incut
. tecll tf J W THOMI'HOff. l'f.Mi.t
j?nrLUshing Goods.
FINE WHITE AND FANCY SHIRTS
MADE TO MEASURE AT T11E SHORTEST NOTICE
And warranted a perfect fit, at
REDUCED PRICES
WALL. ROBINSON k CO ,
!fii I'xuusylvaula avouuf,
f fl tf btttreen Ninth and Tenth atrw ,
NIIIKTM.
Clenlleuicn Uretjaj Nlilrls
A full supply con it sully ou Land and made lo order
In superior style, at
NEW YOKK ntlCES.
STEPHENS k CO ,
MO Pennsylvania avenue,
mhll Iftf between Nluth aud Tooth streets
11 I IIKST WAItDTKIMMINU bTORE
111
111 '(nnayivauia avtnue.
hrtwiuin NliialAAiilh SBil TweDtlnlh alrrl
FNti OtlllllK. ( IIKIblS.
itnoi i!k.iktk. oloeh Axn nntpitv
TMMMINOD OI AtLKINIlK.
uLtifl LlllV U 1 If, V'lTU fill t IIIU ...
The public Will flud II lo their lu Ureal locull All
ot a art warranted lo bo at repreaeuted
luhJ Ito W U tEARSON
Faints and Oils.
It
E M O V E D
llavlnr nnrchaaed tht it wk ant fletnm In I tin
.lira of C H WHUTLKSltY, S2S S veuth stre t I
tka pleasure lu announcing lo iny frUuds aul tho
I ublic gurally that I havt removed luy st ck ol
PAINTS. OILS, LAMPS. QLS, ETC .
rr mi No 3W D street, between Sixth au 1 bovcuth, lo
S3 SEVENTH STREET,
Del w ceu Louisiana aveouo aud D street.
Where I shall keep constantly ou hsud a full assort
incut of
PUNTS. OILS, LEADd, COLOICS, AKMSIIES,
UKUbHLS, OLAoS, LVMt'i. LTC
AISO, AKTIbTS' MATLKI VLS tlfc E Cl. DL
bCKHTlU.N
Aud everything pertalulng to tho business
I lake thla opportunity of returning my slucore
thinks to friends und the public for limr very lit rwl
pairoungo in tho past, aud tarueatly solicit a coutlu
usuctut the same
1 ruuiia your obodleut servant, ,...,
Ubi U M5AL, ja ,
Winn iTim D C . IWeinl-r lt 1--7 )
Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes.
T a liTT iTa vTij . "
(MTADL1SUED ISO,)
HATTLR AND FURRIER.
briUWUOODS,
CANES. UMURLLLAi. fco.
No VdJPENNHTLVANIl AVKNPK,
I 12 lr Under Metropolitan Hotel
r.lft NLW HAT AND SIIOK8T0LL K1Q
Have just opened atfili btvuulh aire, I, opposite In
Itlllgencer Uulldlng, a new and well selected atotk
vfHATd, CAl'b, liiiOlssud hllotS for Uontltm u
and Uoys, which they otTir at .a stutll advance utmu
coat llavlug bought for (ah they art enabled to
ottur superior iuduuuineuts to purchasers, and solicit
ouly an oportuuiiy to couvlocothtpuidle that they
are really aelllug a Utialrablo class ur goods at very
low flguns , , . , , ,
A call sdlilted, aud eompartson of prices dial
louk'fJ with auy similar e-labllshmeut In tbo city
J. T PkTTY CO ,
OH Seventh strett.oppQsltelnttlllgt&ctrUulldtag,
naiuiuiivu w
Architect,.
llEUU al
Wa Lava l.l.lr rfuoviil uurofflca 10 lue fiiratr wf
hi tanlU.ua .U..1., and aylltll a i.ul.a.an ul
tlu IIUriiti.lrguaKarurl"aJ. aur tUu pabllc lu
" l"""1' "ICT'J'kammkriibibiii.
1 1 1 W-l Ul A rclincuanj hmlawfrl
UTAUKWEAfTlTlTi 1'tOWJIAM,
wo'"1 R8ND snnvEToiti.
OOc-PLAKTS' BUItDIMU, Mru l Maw Yolk
vvbuo aua I IfltfcDtb amvl lw l
1 1 rill v
cmSir. I 1
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