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' J C 1 -, &C? m NATIONAL-REPUBLICAN "WW XS - oh NATIONAL REPOBLICAN PUBLISHED BVEBY MORZTIIVO (f MX t Alt axtaptaJ.) iiv Wa j. jxtmvrAaiXa Xorthsut Ceraar ef Tsath and D Streets llqMtim. JMniLianxD iriftt morwiho. 'GIT3U1 HIT W J. fttUllVAOlf a U fcrthait Ceramet TuUa U4.D Streets, ifWitf FatqVslfaavaaast) .C b.UbA U BaBirlkta(kr aarvUfSlatM (fioAtlsiraasirlvaalaavsaa, SBdta finUktl u krtVara (j airrt an) it J tfaltititiMle.aif aaaaai HO) fault in til hW JLM tjf UfatalaMMrf9M.f f . .,M HTSKLTjHirDUIQAir. , lDl.1rta,Trr FatiHa morilif, aai I fa BUkt Inibwtlbtti it It fpHawlif raUa. Oa op oMrwr.ftt ttrMMpUa-sae rats, ft.) taa jplwaarteiBf mlt.u la wrajpara, m. . Vslliski(fltr.soof aaasni SUM far s itat SBltl 10 far ItrMMoitki, iBTirlBMr EL WASHINGTON. D. 0., xtfiffDAx, JANUARY 11, 1670. Jr.. (NO. 39. y&sxrA ik . j4bt , ..a. . .. J drrwKu; ' at- -vv - I 1 UlIlMU li nil VI '. 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IB TUB C1TT UV WAIUIHIITOH - ' ltou. ai Mfkad raiirdif lltibara fiid U.in aa aadkritaaa. falloa All allt aadUlal aaraa aadkrttaaa aad h dlrrcltaa I b dlrrct-oaof thaTraaaartraflka Firi Co oparauta Balldlki aaoelatlaa rinwa. wa wiu iiu ai pablia kkcMa, Pa '"iI IDI HI -Aaa kaadrad aad alx tVXi f-i aad al ft. ickoai tbaaaa aonh aayiktaaa (17) faal aad aix () lebaai Bad lhaa aaataaa baaarad aadal (1M) tt aaa ba.ag lapruyad fey a III tachu. lAlka 14' oi haaiaaLBr, ai akd abalaaiUl mttnfm iw uvw b Ml4Jl IHatlmaar aala, aad Ua bklaaaalaala aad IVMva aioatba. wlik I at rati, to ba aacarad by adaaiod-lrail a tkl praataaa Bold t Bad, If lb tarmaBraaolaoaip.UA wltb la Bvadayaantr tka tk la Bv II iti li. iha traataaa ttaarai tb ruk kkdaoaloflka inl para attar 'AIIMar TyaalaEaailrTaaUnpial parahaarr ai AH A fLlWICk, COOPBRIitATlBflJ",,Vfc AacilOBaarBr Jak 04w 1)Y THOMAS DinVMRfl, Auctlonaar -a- iia Dutwuaiiaiai giuAifliu"A TiLUABLXRBlLBkTlTB OS OZOEaiTOWlT j" miuaii ii aaat WVlHaa af a 4rf of Iratl baAflarikt a rial sf a daad af trail bakf lar lata a tL acambart A D. lk, aad daly raaordW rTaad M.Mo i at foil 41S, aad al U l iha party aarA lhrby, I wIllcM M Ik primla-a oa WIPSHdaY A- a Llbat fr aalorita Ik pi TiaohB, y.bri 10ai liTTT v HatikU,aa4 2rrdBBdaaTaatr(l70lfat aqulk i 2rrdBBdaaTaatr(IT0lft aaulk f Uio i jIbIod.1 coraarof Koad aadCakfroai elraali.aad riaalia kaadrad Lad aaaaa (aatala laaba uoraor Uia.To BVB'BV VftIV nil. ! 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JaauirrlT. at Ho .lock a. m kltk" t.p .1 mr Bj.muiBa, .aai .-"...vt"":---i."t."..-i. V aflillurT tBBiinrnki . iijt will fpara, laaia.-.iooia. , aa. Tha aala Will b mid by pcktii, laacaordanc wlik Ik Hat ofcaataaU tanked a taok Trmi -ah By ordartf lb QurtrmiiUf Oaaaral, P. 0 T11UUAB,Cpi M li h , J alt ai Aaljatapol Qiariariyaatar DRUGS AWDJMEDfqiNES. 3. n, LE WIS,? Fine Drogi, Madicine and Chemieali Af k FDLL iftBORTMIHT V uri DavinHi riniuaia.u akd patmt Mwicmn j- zero, -a Y.M.C, A. BUILDING, NINTH AND U MTHECT. . 1013 II i VL ULUUi'itahuAl rnllMa, "'.bus Wl llrnkailtk, fcetwAaa Slsblb. aat'Jllalll I V l.iraata waal. B Will Mil A altatl.B .1 uiuuiiNTMia riawar. paryai wr ainitM aaa iTiaa ta inaaiiy oi nuiuiuiiii viairiai of CalBkla,kawaAjlaftttLbad -a (ba plat or plaa. r aatd city Ba but Bvv la taaaataUaa aak- T'SiJ.f i,in twAW ulylUHUft1.; tb ra.ida 1 it. Iwaly, sad Jbtaaaaiaatha aaaarad arBdaadtoC ualaikapraati yatiifaa tory t Iba iraaia). wlik koM baarlif 1trat. Oaavaraaalaaaaal itaaiaiattafakkar imI riva 1 aloek v bit thai pl-w or poraal f araaad aad f ramUaa, lylad Bad ataa: U tka BBleTvlty a? Wa-klattoa. aad kaowa aad daaartbad aa balak pan oi to aanivaraaiwaair iw.iiaiaraaa Mm haadrad aad alahly ir, (Iti, I baata klBufarlbaaamaBllbaaaribsaaliofBarofaaUlat tad raaklkf Ibaaas oak alokf Waal BlxtMath ttaat aaTaataaa (IT) faal aid. al (!) taabaai Ikaac For Salt or Bint. iron .ND OATTLJt FOOD if -ii.f; kla for tikiUa aa iirraqaaaiur ur aiiiati va(u Bit hof'oott Iilaa.baaB rra rwbBTuT - it bb aaparlof oaataa r i aitlfL " rii..t f . "r fc U B iaalUlAlft aall mmIiImm la1! M',i.fiA,,wl itird r oil" ppi tloafjraamnarBt walaa wlatar. balaf an aaar the pafanaiaala. witb all nodtri ataiaalafeaaa. Arplr athoata Lii.i laa.i aoif JMB TOyL- Kb BRUT-rftiMi jinvic. rcrtm koovi tat yard t froaiaaJ alta. with axi'liai waiar. aitaau4 aaatk aid af R ain't, bbxi it i l-fl TwajiffHk alraa. IkQaUa ( H, II lllJtwilii aa raawiyiTaaiaaTawa" iaf. A V IXCUllSTTOKlaVrrORT BRICK M t 2. j!" wita iwi'iTf aaaa: BaiiiiQB8t. nv. wn wni iw noora ti gi r miii airaai Bar r atraa J Bilk Ifna (all. Ba nan diilcablBraatdraa, U Ik ally a5JBadk,ytl?tar JUa pf ELEGANT .ATTRACTIVE ! CONVENIENT I Wa offar tor ail U TRftf T0t7K KtOftT Hacaompralad U. far Hi rtitf tfitnii; batwaaa atlatk aad faatk alraata. .wTi7 Ti'f y.W' t"St alatala. :.","7'i"i,"F'i"" i' i b-m caii w iBroaiwkti a rai-BaM baaia ika.aailn kti blaak WalBardosn.bliadlBBllr.aiBiTBf, aaai aur ioaaa Biaalala. laxfi nt lha ti Dariki . a.nr. - atiiT Wrjiii.,., i.rt.t.. ,..,7..J EirtM, lmir Irtl tl. Dlll, ktMi 't?L ,T-Mir, wall billl. lofltlfl, th !' ?rprli,ti4rnalrlf!faA4raaa 'f.-OU Sa.J.ia anaik'ain.i. .,, nM ilrtfc (ii jtfi ? a' art, BIS .MET-iiitiaiifTi0iTBoritMi. B MaB 4 Walaf01nlaitakJ. ISU tBllU,t., i ktraat. t?OR 8 II. I . " it lVtti'',l!,kl,l',a,4" 'labor lalbl Mir- ! (lb.r.1 liqilitias i ills airM. lalaa . Uaa, hot . aolA U raaaav-t plaM loatat. Batbl SftaUla. allla looi mala - Urlak .l.bl. aa raaf a" lal, wii f ",i5!,u' Jl room (of IhrMbarpM Wlll.b oT lr tMaf aat Mt at aaaataal Wantt.i Hi i ii 1l;ai3.t.i!.,riA,-'' ' 5j - - -- " T" ," "", "--aj.aj 11VW VI HI III ri.lll uWa a ba av . tBivaiviKraiaaaiiaiaaaaa win ff AJtakt aaiplor laalal hois a, tha wbol af tk life. or for tL- tpara manual balaBw,U(klaad rraflub-a araeBarllbraaii aMripaai-a tram aaataia J" l frB""B,-aa,,aarMa f atlat Ihalr wkot Ilia ti tha haaia ftrla aara aaarlr aa jsaak aa That a I wtv wall aatlilfdw will aakdil I par far iBirBbiaoiwriiiaf rallpartlaajara avalaibla ampia, wblab will do to aomiuaaM watk oa, aad B aopy of tka , rka rtopU't Litnrti t&mpato- r.viiBBm tMB nsi ttwm vt IHBI1 4ar. If Ta ..... i'-a ACUaim..lal-; rniiiii. Bruaiahia oai aaia Boarding. B OA n n i n o FIKIT Cllll TAL1 UnttD Cl Bl HAD Icaol r.u.rltaaU-:.. fo, io Mt 'TrlntAri HOOJCJtJOS PBIISrTB3B, '?!.r.tlli-fcP.U, 0. o-p4nli ATri"iTi6!tTAii, Td rtiatiao DIUKPl IHi MW CAAEI. ;i:'i..ii.. itiqiui 1T1 ram. ATaan, it iU.,i,.j llttlt. IH,I, a,llfBAyt BATIM'ITTOItf coinisasAH iiion,, EHINTERi Waolward Batldlir , artB klda r TaadlilTkala aiaata, tlwtBTaU aad BITatb atraal Mi b iSC 'r"' " r i ,,, J 'OORfcJER - hnntylfauia iTCDin udBlmitii Mrm, (Onf 1fbi A" Slkitkard'i Blarl,) to w AJM.IMV J1VUUB PUOTELS AND KE8TAUUAN 1 S. AIM'S iiehtahiuht, 007 (SIS new) ltllfTII RinEtT, Uclwaaa PtunavlTAUlA -. Aavd D ai 4all la y.LIIAIl U I.I .IK, n. CSTAURArfT AND UlNlNO.H1H)U. Coratr Wink aad F alraala, arpcIttlHltil OR O'flirBRb laarary Hyla Jaeob Saatar'acda bratadiAI).KiKI.U. MaVty. Iln-U,, A do". MKAL9 FURNISHtD TO UENTLUMKri ataiy uma.rromBa m. aatllllp m. aat.tr Pl-Wblnr mil Oai-Fittlng, BROWNE & POWER. II VnitritN AH UAfl.riTTB.KN, AID DliLtl IB (lABaFlrtn n aa . Bo -IliJ Nlotk atraal, btwia D bad BatraaU, Oaaa Uaaiaa uj L - !!tnn4ectrotyplBr III llllltl V A tvi rw 1 UllHAT A WAYNK, MUrenljperi iul niaclruAjtaffa a7S FdMBITLTAlIU ATBWDB, riMTIIll. IIAD8. ILUQB HKTAL FDRHI. l'it"l. b"li pt.vui hit !. Jiw!il iaiataf BUflNBbS apu wly fluid Bp,aaltabls for a maaa. par la N aad advaana Brtaakad. at . BUT K tit ttTi aarifc.li- I bih rallrnala . Uoma la foot iMrlaa. ath fraat. alaaaall liaki&l i ull.i.j, timi. LunADiTOIltaMO lUORIlVr.-JlII aitaal. bHwaaa L aa M.twa'talda. buT id a'lKallkm.allaolBl.'tnuJaaJfb lunaa' Ra'a ." 1 '' "-a"lolli:t tMuV.4 BkVi. ball, mm Uukm gauaar b.a.pra.d.. ....... Aa AaTBBiabr MllrMbarwlaruBvtl.Br-. iaJL-T-r---- ' .' 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Mb-, for ta, nut ilitr. flrojtan a clttk la Uii TrtAfii tj.fl"Prt liirtmcnt.dleJ naKraar taomW at 8 o'clock t Mt realduc,, oa taffbtenlli'ilraet, tual raaaiBtraaU kresse. ilr. Bai-1a aad nestlr tfAthoi bit eljtbtlelh jtAr. Ua wa, lnefAlbr.fthapopalAr, Jonraal qerk of thrf Home of ftepreitoiaUrM " t -. . a i I Nataw poiD4cbiiWaargaoi. ti It. War. fforn tha TalMpooi' sad ordared to 4nlr AtlhanATAlhoaplUT, FUladclphla OrdfirMlaiAMlaai PaaaaJ iiilil.nl l.mM B. X. Boj.r to tha TUlAtwaa, BoatAwala wBuuuxiuaoaioaatrai laa onllaarj, batjt yard.aw Torlc Tha order! of BoaUwalo P. J. Millet to lb Iknlcla ban Veen raroki and ha U placed oa waltlog orders. t,x-J TitaCnliT JmnoaABB ifa. Itnia Tha latameot? that Chlif Jutlea Chaia arid, u.uor inoiao.ra oi me oaprama uonn BATe e-rprtnod tamKlrea la fafor of Jadga Uoar'a eoalnauiiloa ooea aot appiat to tw wellonadad. Trom tha but laformatlon that can tw oUalaed It doea net appear thai the Ua- aald anthlag aooat It, whleb If beoomWe to .belt poatlloa-. a ' ' i i MUtAlTEsCpBT FOB tttl UlITlD 8TATB1 llAJll FoatmAitar Oaaeral Oraawtll baa bW8l.otlledt-,a.'l. drpftca'tloa folVratt Itai7 eicort for thallaltM Statat raalll W treenClujeaasaBd Dea?ar Cttj-, rasdela eOfiaeijuniee'br tha1 feceo.,robDerli apoai hat foatehal 6eea fatorAblf referred to the gaaeral of tho aataj. Tn commlailoo cooilatlaf af &ecretari,e Flib, Boatwall nddknip, And Snpcrtla Ing; Architect Mollett, Edward ClArlr, arcbl tact Of tha Capitol, aad Gem Ulcblir, Soper lataadeat, of FpWIo Bulldli ji, &.. were la cailoa at the State, DcparttMpr.'eiterdj afteraoon, for tho parpoee of examlalnf tho daalgn, for the new Stale fcTrtrfftat pre rand bj V.-Cadeit. Tha raalt or thalr dallberatloos boa not traniplred. " Tub ImlttUgmetr yeaterdaf taornlnc so., oonnced ll) certala death, It jot lato a traoco lorae dari azo, hht rallied. Now, however, lu proprietor aaji It It itltT, cold, dead. It la aald that aa aooa ai the deralie w.i kaowa an appeal waa liiaed to form a Joint Hock compaaj, with a eaptlal of 120,000,1a Ibarra of 1100, to rno aJ)en.o- vr-..- laiar H .qq capiiai Of 106 BBUOOi la tub Sbwatb yeitenlaf Mr. Shercoaa preiented a petition, lined br Teter Parker. 8. P. Chaie, JoKph llcnr-, Joeeph Caiej y. iv.uarcoraa Md, veontajTT., fUtft committee of tha ff aahlDgtoa, Allocution for the tlellef of the Poor, aaklog an appro prlatlon to aid laid locleij la attending re lief to deilltato pereone) which waa referred to tbe Comtailleo. on tha, Dtoulct of Co- lambla. Tub TwrBBTif Pik Cut. Qi;uTI0X--0nr court colamn to-dajconuloi . report pf tha proceedlaga of tha Bn.rema Ooort of tha DUtrlct of CotomblA upon an application of a ai wargctc. Tor a mflMirr.ui to Oompel tbo SecreUrror the Treaaarjto pa j him, anderthe additional twea(7per ceat. act, twenty per cant, on tit wagea pall tvlm aa A mechanic In tbe PrloUog Sanaa of Iha Treaaory Department, daring the year HOT. The conrt declined to laiae the rva-J-iin4- we learn tbe oaa-wul go np on, Sppau. to the Supreme gonrt of tbe t'nlled jjutca)f J CnAaoB or VIiutabt Oo-miiDiu iw tub Sootdwmt. BrTet Jlajor. Oeaaral Oharlet II. Smith, commanding lsth Infan try, being tha next In rank to Qen.JoieDh A. Mower, lata commander of tha Depart ment of LoalAlasa, haa bean aielgned lo tha command of thai dapartment, to.' place of uower, occeaiea. iireret Major General R. 0. Ayree hat been utlgned lo tha command of the 10th Infantry, at Utile Rock, Arktn tai, and Breiet Major aeneral 1. J. Key. noldt hat been atilgned to the command of the 25th Infantry, tlce Mower, deceated. thoagh Qeneral Iteyaoldt retnalnt In coav- mand or Ibe Bute of Tetaa, . Cbiip JciiicaCiuuijiD Turinuarar AioxDfBT--II la tuted tbit Chief Jmtlco Chaie bat written letters to inch reform mtmbtrt of the Ohio Leglilatara Aa ha haa Influence wltU, nrglng npon theat tha lmJ porlAac. of ratifying l-i ltfteentb Amend ment. The Chief; Janice It eneedlngty. aniloat that Ohio thoald ratify tha fifteenth amauJment, and la aald to ba nilng bit per onitln-.encoforthUparpoee. In confer atloo with s geittlemaa a few dayt ago ha aid ha would ba Terr ranch dlaannolnted If the Ohio LegUlatare did not ratify th. amendment. Ma thought, from bit knowl edge of tha reform membera elect, that moat of them would Tote, for 11. Xatiox al TnsATBB. An ailremely large audience, compote, of tha tUi and fatblon of onr city, wa. la attendance lait night to welcome Mlat Kate Battman and to wllnen her Impersonation of tha character of "Leah." Wo can tay with Until Ibat It wat ooe of the moat gratifying atanmptlona which wo hero em leen, Mincing long and carefal stndy, and executed with a coniden tlout ttdellty to nature, Mr, Geo. Jordan, as Rudolph, rendered exeoUeat support to Miss Bateman. Among those present were Geo. Sherman and family and other dlt ilngulshid cltlwni. President Grant's fam ily occupied n print, box. Leah will bo repeated tale cienlng and for the last time. 'in Ii-taud Pijiio-s. By tha present rul ing of too Pemlonfureau, it appcara that disabled aoldlers when tnnstered oat of the serrka recede ooly a pension for the rank that they held al the tlmawben they were wounded Wo coald clto many lastancea where a soldier senlng u prlratolott'an arm or was otherwise disabled, and again returning to the front dlstlngnbhed himself and was promoted, yet when moitered'ont received only such penMon at wat due to him when wonaiied, aad which ho would bare received al any rate If be bad remained A private merely. II does not appear to otto be a.qit ruling, or inch a conttrnctlon of the law as was Intended by the law-makers themselves. Webopa thai by limply calling the attention of Congress to this point thai body will speedily set the matter right, And reader Justice to our country's, brare defend ers, who, have Buffered' to tnnoh that "tbe Ualoq might be preserved, A Ftnjia Tnrarri to a Oitu-r dm cm. General Sbermea has lined kh order announcing the dealt, of t-eaeret Joseph A. Mower, lit which, be, cliee'iome faotlasto the ralllury record of the deceased, and a. J. I "A better eoldler or a braver mem saver lived than, Joseph A Mower, aad th. Oaa eral ean recall many Instancta when ba die blared abilities of the highest order, en titling hint to the full name and fame of a general. Since the war he hat etblbltod hie soldierly analltles by standing al bis pott through pestilence aad elekuess, never ant ing a pereoaal favor, and always sharing ebeerfully lbs exposure, of his tain. Tbe General, lo. lhaa epeaklog of on. towhom ha waa to stroaeir Attached- ...t. ...rt-ln that this, and mora too. Is dnatoonswhaJ never wrote or ipoxe or nimseir, and seomad obllvlootto All things except to eerve fcla orualryjlIih,WtwboTa heart sad hie whole aonU" "i ' O StTrtioll .he LouUUna delegation ll Oongrt,-tlUiCbIie'clorCase,of the port Of New pHcJoeJ'tAjled bkf'Secretlry'Bos well foe Ihaparpoea of settling rule dlttir eacee aboat the polities of the persons hold ing Government appointments In the New ijrv leant euitom honse. The appointment cleric oTlEe treasury Department, Mr. Vender, bill, wat on band With a Hal or Iha apt polnteee, and after two iioura' debate the delegattoa agreed lo leave to tha Centra. Committee or the Republican party of Louis. lAaAthedoubtfal names of preasat Incum bents, and by their decision the collector said. he was willing lo abide Mr. Can. ultecton the Secretary yesterdey, and It Is -adertlood the "onpleasanlness " Is settled aiUAttrortha pneenl. He left Tor New Orleane last evenjnr, via Mew Tork. Tijt AirasxATiox or Bsmtn Colcmiia oenaior vorlietl Introduced la the Senate yesterday A preamble eeltlni forth the desire of the people of British Columbia to be n-f nexeatoua united BUlet of America, aa srpwsjirthclf petition to IbeQnten, and that aa qneetloos of difference exist between the Government of Great Britain and Iha United States at td the' bouaderrIlnebe.il !ru .k.1- --tl . t. f-.. ..... --' -n.u .ua. rooi-icmg wi naviifs) ..uAi aa the Ualled Slates claim that Ihey have mf-1 fared grealioss by reason of vessels behsg I alted out In British waters io cralle kgalnst and destroy American commerce, and that aa Mi, difficult to calculate and settle In money tho damage done toatald commerce end the Government" bf'the" United Sutea by the prolongasloa of war to tbe great In jury And aaffarlng oto'sr peoplei and as II la our detlrs to eauhllsh th. mist friendly re lations wllb Great Britain opoa a Ira and enduring basis, therefore be ll yiWer-.TkattheSelretsiireOsislelB-oliej BtoTllie AZDedlaBar ar n-onaalna- la llra.ll Urltala toalade la aar trestr tar tbaaa-l ju.i-aaa.D, aaBiiBra si tuiiBraBaB Daiireaa tarn two uoTarimaeta aa anioia ror lb, Iraaa far ef llrltlia Oolunbla to lb, Ualua States nsmnorllAjoa Jaxii C. Wauss We regret to anaSance the death of Major James C. Walker, eldest eon Mr e. George Parker, who died cm the old lull , In thll clly, at the early ajeof thirty nine. Major Walker was educated at the Waval Academy at Annapo Us, and was distinguished while an officer1 In the nary for bit noble bearing, end every manly attribute. At tho Inception of the late rebellion ha lesponsed the career of the South, and fought with gallantry and consplenone courage, la private Ilia nts vlrtoee and accomptlshmente were highly J?. tf4iTeA and universally- Admired. He waa erudite beyond bis yean, and th. elo- gaace of ids mind as well at the ttrmneee of, Jill pr.nclp.ee drew around attached Mends, and made him a welcome favorite everywhere. lie wat a faithful friend, a devoted ton sbd brother, and a much es teemed 'clUien. mt early death will be deeply lamested by A wide circle or relations and friends. t C0rTSBim iBiCT.01tAt. CllMSCT. Three well-executed counterfeit fifty-cent notes of tbe new fractional carreacy were detected al tho redemption, barean Treaaary UepArtmeni.yei tarda. baae are the first eonalarrelte of the new eerles, and are well caloniated to deceive. There areevMeaeM that Iha eraployeea of tbe American and Ma- ' UonAl Banknote Prlallng Companlee, Mew Tork, have bad la their employ men lo league with tbe counter fellers. It Is a well known fact that eereral years tines there waS printed At the Treaturj Departmeat a fifteen cant tote, which wat never Issued, for the reason tnat cms of the engravers waa detected la taking aa lopreealoa of the platca-,' This same party baa since been In the employ of the National Bank Mote Oompaay, And althoogh hie record was made kaowa; to the officera they retained him. The face, of tha vignette of Lincoln differs In toms respects from the orlginaKand the teal Is tomtwhat -blurred. The backs or the notes are, however, a perfect Imita tion of the genuine. NouKAnoxe. The President eent tha following nominations to tbe Senate yeater dayi Henry .Wetter, of Mew. Mellco, to be Sec retary or that Territory. Edward 8. Solomon, or Illinois, to ba Governor or Waahlagloa Territory. Charles IX. Richardson, or Texas, to bo United States Cental at Paso del Norte. Thomas Diddle, or Pennsylvania, to be Coasul General al rtarana Frederick W. Pender, or Mliloatt, lo ba United Btatet MArshal of tha ConanLar Oonrt at Uaa Kow, China. Michael Vide!, or Louisiana, to bo Com missioner on the part or the United States under the Convention with Pern or etb De cember, 1848. Commodore John Rodgeri to bo Rear Ad miral, U. B. N. Captain John J. Almy to be Commodore, U. S. N. ' CommaxidirR. W. Shufeld- to be Cap Uln,U,S,N. Lieutenant -Commander Tboraat Q, Bel fridge to be Commander, U; 8. M. Geo. P. roeter to be United SUtea Marshal district of Vermont. . Henry W. Blodgett to be Judge United Statu District Circuit, Northern dlttrlct of Illinois. Ilelmorll. Emmons, of Michigan, to be Circuit Judge for the rlrttl Judicial circuit, In place of Sol. L. Wllhey, who declines. Seth M. Barker, of Ohio, to bo Pension -.jc-nt a. uieToiaoa, undo, Ellsha L. Applet-ate. of Ore. on. to ba Bar. veyor General lor tbe State of Oregoa. Wm. II. II. Terrell to be Third Assistant Postmaiter General. A Weir lu sue beei-rolel. New Yoi., Jan. 10. The clergyman of this city, reported to have eloped with a young lady member of "his Bock, It tho Rev. Wm. Cook, or West Seventh street Method ist Episcopal church. Ho leavee behind a wife and two children. Tan Ji-wtiA Jissm-.i fled, a, n -hl-wlnn against Judge Strong, who la spoken of at a candidate for the -Supreme bench of the United Statu. The Uutngir that states Its objection! "Kibe Judge Strong, or Penn sylvania, mentioned aa the poeslble successor or the late Mr. Btanton In tbe United Btatea Supreme Court, be tho Judge Strong who takee so eonsDlenona a iv-rt in th- m-an-1 to Obrtttianlts tha national Constitution, we uu-J ... a laaiuou, il cuDBlUer WBdl DOIOrO nominating ao illiberal and unpopular a man Such facetlona and antl Ama.l-a- Eroceedlogt at he haa not only countenanced ut actually Instigated, sump him as null 10 hold so lofty an official position. Bad enough that be It on llie I'euneyliaula THE NEWS BY CABLES t,arr.l ttetweew PeiJel;.'laTrsef . rjeaaparla and Ibe xdller.ef me areellalae ratal Steenll-MalrSlai; ef Vletar Heir by lb rrlMe-Ttae 1-alter Dwlav AsreesK-telteel ksle cwealea la Ike eetrejg-ecleUlir-0maa.r.lat Heetlec Berdtaaz PAAti.Jai.dli-Ttlt'reportsl.'thAl Gen.' Loult Jnlet Troche It to' refljifo Get. Las bunfe as Minister of War. A. quarrel hai arlwn between Prlace rietre Bonapartt And writer! of articles pub llshed In the XahiUttM, Id conteqdence or bitter, and slanderous attacks made In that paper on the Prince, He hu lent a note to Henri Boche-oet-ihe editor or ihe Jbfarul-iti,, dosing with tbeee Word" " t Mde al No. W Rue'd'J.elr.ll, end Jt proinltei yon that If yon prestlvU-your-seir yon win m bo joid thet I am eni .TA.iiflaLr It exteoelrely eon-men ted cnby Ihsprett. tSCOBD BltrAICTI.I .v JPabis, Jan. 20 Kvenlag. This afternoon U. M. ronvniaVtif Victor Heir, of the edit orial suit ot the MathSilW, (RochefOrt't Joornal,) proceeded to the jrcsUnfice of TJ-.-'tm.T n 1- .. -.--.-'.. a .,a.a aiarre oenapanef nj .aeeopae in e uuKoiaiiawvi aaek oeiweeiT see Auaoe aaa Paschal Grooaet, as editor .(f ttt1; Jooruitli Thsy had no Interjlow wUh,lb PrJniee.'lnT fog whLch'an Altercatfeei toolc nlaee -.a. - Tha f rloeo bocamfenraged, MtaA Trer voiver, sndfifd twice "s his VltlttW'.Ons of tbe shots toot: effect la the body or yeto-i Molr. kitting him Instantly. The tragedy caused grcdl agitation. "' ' - Prlnev-BoaaparU bat delivered" hltaielf up to the anthorlUet, M. OUIvltr addreesed tbe Corps LegUlttlt toiay. lie declared tnat taa miolstere con-i elder It their flrtt.dity to communicate will) the Legislature. A IpnAdlecaurts.waa-not necessary, their latenuona being' wcelkeowo. The ministry had the'cotjfllen.e oftho Son crelgn, sad theystked for that of tha Cbemi, burs. Tbey Jioped that k polley of coneUIai tionwootd prevail, aad tnat alt would aid ta the work of establishing a national GoveraH tnent adaoted to tla 'reAulramenlt' .or lad nation, and likely tfjlnasre liberty, WiUtbitt lleeaee. i Mi I - -. "ox" fc ' During the session of lheCnsn.ber Permty uBiuurciM. uB-oaLu-ea luiurp-aiion as 10 an. whereabooU of the aoldlere who had been punished for attending political meetings. General Lebauf, Minister of War, replied, censuring ell aoldlere who disobeyed, orders, but'essertlog, wltt! empbaili,'hls'conv(ctlon that tie artsy wouldbovfal'tbial against revolution. This led to aa acrimonious debate, Depu ties Gambrettaand Jnlee 7arre opposing M. OUtiler, who took np tbe affair and defended th. Mlnlstsr. M. OAmbretU declared that Ho breach te ljen, Ollivler nd thoj Opposition' oould never bo repaired. After a very eiclted dlscutslon, the Cham- bere adjourned. The .VmUfur to-day sutes, that .after the Importations will cease. Tbe merchants of Bordeaux held ao ex cited meeting last waek, at which epeechet were mane and resolutions adoi ted denounc ing the commercial Ireatlee-a&d protesting agslnst tho abolition or restrictions on Im portations In foreign bottoms. ItATE FOHElaHAlsTlttLiaEH(JlS. (ByFreuehCanie ana -Lesson's ITswslgensy) Pabis, Jan. 10 midnight. Intense ex citement prerellt here to-night In come- quenceoftheshoollngof an editor nacied r-l. t.-. n.tj-l O-i-i- --! - t. - -ollowsi TwooL the VillorJ Vf Us aWmU lads newspaper called upon the Prince to Arrange the preliminaries ror a duel, that Vat to bo fought between htm and a brother editor. A, dispute arose .reiardlnir the arraoco- roenteaad angry avoids passed, whereupon tbe Prince, In a high state of excitement, Irew a revolver and using deliberate aim enot noir aead. The untmosl confusion prevailed, and va tloue rutnoro were current throughout the city. The prince quietly tnrrendercdJilmisirto the anthoritleev Jt. . ' Toaineaaee CenslllntleeAl Ceuveai- Ilea. NaibVillb. Jaaaary 10. The Constitu tional Convention assembled to-day, and was called to order by Hon. O. O. Nlchol- eon. lie read a proclamation from Gov Bcuter announcing the vote for and against the e comtlletleo, anl-Jtxitag that the icoa inlloansdDeineanedby'ibe'people'. The vel vote for the convention was 60,520, against , 10,030. Col. Boiling Jordao, the only member of the convention of 1831 present, waa ap pointed temporary chairman, and 8. B. HAwse, of Williamson, secretary. The credentials of delegates were received! itxly-stx were found to be present, and none absent. Mr. Batter proposed the appointment of a committee ol threo.todn.w and euggest an oath to be taken ny'lbe delegates. , Mr. Huklll, or Bhelby, said the conven tion or 18(11 took no oath. Mr. Baxter replied that It would ba arr.ro- prlata to take an oath lo Support the Oonstl tullon ol tho United States. Mr. Q. W. Jones concurred with Mr. ltes- Ull, that It wat not necessary fo take aa oath, as the Convention was only delegated to submit amendments to the conttltutlon to the people. After further dlscussloo, Mr Baxter's motion was laid on the uble. John C. Brown was "unanimously elocted permanent president. Mr Brown, en taking the chair, made a brief ipeech, which was conservative In Us tone. Mr. Brown wat a general In the Con foderato army. Belesae or tbe learner Auaa, CnAAUlTOS, 8. C, Jan. 10 The iteamer Anna, which wat arretted last Wednesday by tbe United States SlAribal.it the Instance ol tho Spanish consul, wat released this morning, 4 motion to that effect bad been made by the counsel lor the steamer, with iho concurrence of the United Butes district attorney, ae nothing was found to substan tiate tbe charge of violation or the neutral ity laws. Tho Anna leaves ror Nassau to night Item New arleaaa New Oalbabs, January 10 The bill re pealing the gambling law hat pasted the senate, and gone to the Home AnanMavll haa been made charging C. W Caroack, tho well known raying teller ol tho Cltlsent' Bank, with killing John Nixon, at the Boston Club House, last Bat nrday night. ArTelra In npeln. Mirniro, Jan. 10. Tho oath of office was administered to the new miolstere late night oy toe ..ogent. , The Oortee will reeiiemble to-morrow. Additional election disturbances are ex pected o jbe provln.lil lownt. Tna.TKLatOalAVIt WAIt. The contttt between tho operators and lbs rreaUTs Union Telegraph OVnnpanybat now steamed raoii dlreemlMt at to sen. peal j embarrass the builnect community, sad the public Are compelled to recognlto ine insurgent operators si "belligerents." The JUchraond operators, upon- whose re turning loyalty the company made some eaptlal a day or two since, hire been visited byaaagoetof Iheletgae from the North, liavsbeeiilndnesd'Sgald 10 abandon their kijs, and they have Uken with them nearly every operator In lSerttr Oarolloa, Including Wilmington, an Important repealing sUtloo for the Cuban cable, and nearly All the atallona between Richmond end Vcw Or leans. Both parties since the war lint bene l,. seerod to heTe a predilection for &proonn- Cla.Q.Uj.ga. - t ThSlattlifrom IhefaAirnB In v.. V..V In wblchltls announced, iblt the schemes of ;the : company "are about to fall. The league charges thai the company has censed a reduction of the wsgos of thalr employeot rorthe only and sole purpose or.oompetlag with and monopolizing, the business of rival oadpaales. The redactions In lolls ttcently mane, mar charge, nave only been made be. twoan each poJate mats In communication PM'?0All??Ll"r o Instead of reducing the fat dividends to accomplish their par. peter th. scant loftuneo paid to thetf over worked operators m used to mako ep an de- -r !" r?1" v iaunjn,uBcaiied ror, dishonorable warfare upon, the publlo and Kwi-A.IIIAa.tl.. -Ta, 1 .L.f ... ... bpposltlOn Unci. coarse or lit compear warrants the etaer lion that the rates will go np higher than oyer when tha opposition lines era killed off. Tnava., b..o( ma. loo pasi "ThetMae Involved bstwsea the omeors ot '""Mor aad tha leaf ao (or tbe Oral fori, lent, boura otue atrlke waa one e( rsrattlr between, the krente of tho eompsoT kt Sao riautaae and UoatUal operator ofthat air. ?"i!' -h' l"Sbeat Ualr a.tloa up.J lalorniauoa rmtred (rom Mr Jaeoba, who ""."r. l" '" retaatleaa had been taade abdaaSbaaa aojh oa Ua, lima. ,.,- .-.I see efllMraioa tbe ether hand, relied iipon - M..-I.B ivia,n vdru... mamiom, tnair -,."- uuv. ...a, auiiEi, HOB. BAT- JAeobl ty taallk... tm reaalrod whl.h..raa an doabtor taaradBatlAB la Mob r,...i... .-., that for aoma tln,rodaalloaa karo bMaeolaa eaaipeffia, Paalfle alope.aad tbe l.atua,. ... w. ,.,, . yro.B, aai .MB puDlie IN.t tha atatoMBBta If mr Jaaoba war, eorreet.v - .a. aaseruonei or Mr. Jacobs they support with; the followjog extracts Irn Ban tran. Cisco pe peril rhBlWBatara ualen Tslaaraph Uonpaor l. ..all daaldfltl tn t mdnm tV..atl..V. -f !f. I amplor.Mi bat la patriae tbe proj.ol lato raxaanfloB on tho Paaine eo.,1 wllhU lbal.it iBwoanniBBiwiiaaoBBiaaa eppoiltlno, and ,-r---- v-- ..fniNH. ua tail eaaal tbe aomp.of emplors about nla.ty niit- -".-----" "-"""..B.BBTaraTaa Ills porsoatb I aald rate txl.f elalowj aa a nlBlaiBBSeaabynoateporatora .iWAoa M. . Slanirenl, ua msaaelaff aeeal. tottsiaBeed th, rlualioa la lbs Saa Fraoslaeo ffloe the selkltM of all oparatorab" Iwo A palltloa waa at eaao nada up and BbrBOd by bT all tha DniriLnr. I..1,l tee two wko.S salarlse hadaot bsao reduced Oa 111 proaaoAattoa .to. Air. Atnnrord ba at Ki. b. uiwn .a. aai.ri.. oi OB IWOOplB-roto-tho aasae Ural aa tba nth...1.!. Ibay boaanio ladlxaaat at, aad suied Ih.l air. MUairord dlaakarced tkan ''The other operatora as ooae raraad te works rroa)lkBBaaPraaalMCall.;aa LJ .STBi.ldra.otliB leKirapnoreratorlBr thta ally, who baia boao raaalTlacllU par moatb, wore offlelally lafornod br the ail. (ertntaadeatitbot aftar Jaoaai? lal tbrr would receive bat elooparnoath Aaa mat. tor of eoureo.lbo operatora did oot llkotbla operatloa, and aat iboaiaelTei to work to ar raoca tor a dotarmlasd and aotnblacd rcalat V" ., o. . . .Th operatora la Now York, 8b Loats. Ckl.ft..BdOtolo- BBtl. ABd Blk.r Bill.. In fh. I -. ai..... wotaeololly aatlflad of what waa uu.aod ther Oaabod beak araapoaaa letko etroel thai thti sould be depended upon tor tbe alaews af war. If tho matter eaoaalo that laauo aad ther ware lli-lr to roo."B ibt1bi an) The tabor .Unlooe of( this ally are not backward la their tenders of sympathy and At meeting Df tho Tallora' Local Union No.1, o thla clly, heldlaatnlght at German nail, resolutions of avmnaliiT with tha tiau graphera In their struggles for luillce wat nnanlmoualy passed. They also appro priated 130, with. tho promise of moro If WBuieu. , The KnlehU or BL CrLanln lia.1.1 a m.i. Inglast evening, and eipreuod leuUmenU Ot evmnathv With tho teIerrah nn.r.f nra In their battle ror right. Aid will bo given nxbea.necettary. aoo priuisre ano pressmen of tbe Govern. meat printing office, by prlrate sobscrlp- ttOAS. raised Andrr..efltAitf.hnTlaH-.h t League, ot this city, ISO yesterday to aid .uoiu in ac.r Birnrrio. The league, whoso telegraphic facltlliea do nolseem to bo crippled by the strike, what- !.".' "aaers may n upon the Western UnlOn ComOanr. Slnda OB tha fnllnatnrlla grsm, from -New York, with Iheassnrane, ibAtltlsUleraJIjIruei llS.ae.arBBBTal.aa.SflBaa, LsaeTi.t . , . "BW TOBB. J.B..IT10 18TO J The followlan t.Ioir.m wa. t...l.d bare tblB ovaolnc Iron tbe W.. I, to Oaloii B.o.a.t at Waahlacloo, addrseied to their cblat c-pa r.la. harai irweeonllnaatakiebuilB.i.foraHnoiata aouth we will be swamped, aabarorol tal mual keep maa la a oooeitloa lor eoaeteatservlsa. I oaaoot requlro tbom lo 'die outvlrom a huso 6lle aftsr tbtlr whole day's work Is done lowoll a dlatrlet aaaaot bo raaahad. end natll It oao, I think you abould hold youf bual- Bt thla 11 wUIbaaaBn thai tfaBllnathlv.i.vh. oat the South are closed, the ssssrtlons of tbe company to tan contrary notwitnstandlng, laateel leralble Breelllea. One of tho Spentta gunboatt arrived at rortrtis Monro, yetterdsy. The othtre were expected last night. Mine or the crew or the uonltor Mlanto nomah deserted tt Boston on Saturday. Four wars recaptured. The election, or Judge Richardson, late Atslsunt Sccretarr or the Treesurv. to be president of the HArtford And Erie railroad, gives much satisfaction to the stockholders. Amadls Banran, the French consul at Richmond, died last night. The railroad deppt, hotel and eeyeral resi dences, at Burkevllle, Va , were destroyed by firs yeeterdsy morning. II It Intensely cold In Richmond. A rumor prevailed la Parle yestcrdiy that A coup iPsia. wot mado at Madrid Snn day night. lion, John Uuylcy, ex-Congressman from New Jersey, died yesterday from Injuries In flicted by a drunken man some weeks ago Hie murderer Is In cuttody. The steamship Bellona, from London. January 1, for New Tork, bad ber wheel anil steering-gear damaged In a gale, and' pnt back to Falmouth. Her eccond mate eel quartermaster wsre washed overboard and lost. It it ai iCaitMBST amoaff all other riKDi-miDaea men ioai toe political future of New Tork la foil of gloom. The very foaodatlona of aocletr will be torn dp. and tba degraded will be let looeo to gather poltaand Tltlate with their touch. Here la tba picture aa presented by tha Timtt, and drawn, too, amid tbo rulni of Democratic promlieaor reformi Tbera la erery reaion tobelleTatbattba power oftha Tammany ring will roll orcr aod crush all that has been most honeit, efficient and enlightened ia our municipal goTcrnment. Under tha pretence of restoring municipal rlgbti all authority not wielded by that organization la to ba selr-ed, and th element that make and control tho Common Council and tbe treet department will graip tbe powers or tba board of healtb, tba Doard of excise, the police and tbe Ore department. Tba roughs, tha rabble, the repeaters, the grog-shop keepers in soon, too loweat strata gen erafly demand It, and tha leaders, howerer tbey may dread tbo Indignation of tbe future, are powerless to resists They hare promised the spoils as the reward of victory, and tbse will not aod probably cannot bo refuted. Men who desire to see the city well goTerned, and will feel sa 1 to see many of tjie best men in office la ibis city so out, may aa well prepare for tba worst Nothing la more clear tbao that tba Democratic Tic lory la essentially a retrograde movement, and an actual triumph of tba disorganizing elements In our midst. Those who rejoice most are tbe worst classes of our people, and they alona are gainers ex cert (is iocie Itadira gala with tbu ' TOE rtHANCEK. paeela ef Meeretarr Benlwell Secretary Bontwell to-night delivered a lecture for the benefit or the charily fund or tho Grand Army or the RepabJIo, Depart ment or tbe Potomac, at Lincoln Hall, which wat oiled with ladles and gentlemen. Ho traced the hlitory oftha country, thow log at length that resistance to tyranny and lore of freedom were characlerlatlo of the colonists, and that the general spirit of tho people found ctpfciiloa la lbs declaration of American Independence, snarling that too tiudcut or hlitory will Had aa Intimate connection between the rejection of 10 much or the orlrlnil drift of that declaration at denounced tho slave trado aud tho attempt to dissolve the Union In 1800 and 1581. Independence was Inirlttuie. II cams and It secured equality to bi cofonlet at mates in run recognition of the American Union, and or III rightful position among the nations' of the world. Tbe civil war wat alike Inevitable. It came and It tccured freedom and equality to in citlieo. The warfor Independence gave as Slatm, and ft gave ut a nation, but cltlaenihlp wat a privilege aud confined to a clau. The States And lbs nation emerged from the drtfwir' mtrlflcJ and' ehailcned. while cltlxtnthlp It no longer ,i privilege msreiy, out 11 it now esuDiisoea at a right. But It It1 not enough thst'tr 9 ire ludepcndl ent poUtlcatlyVi a'uatlon( Ills hot1, enough that tha leaabttanU or the country aro all elilseoa and equal before the lAvr. A'natlou cannet act fully and freely In all tbt affaire of tho world 1 aha la not Independent In the largest and best settle unless she It compare lively rreeofdeet, with- capacity1 to raise revenues much in excess 'of ordinary de mands, and a credit nnsteioed by any act of ui.uuDoT.Bua reueveaoj every apprenension even In the mlndt of tho lnoel timid. This ttatemoat tuggestl the only remaining dlffl culty In our country's path. Aa the men of 1 me ..evolutionary waraia,not jieeiuta to Assume their fall share or tho burden oftha war debt, so 7 trast that Ton Who have mado so great saorldeoe for the Union will courage ously tmlute their eramnle. -ZAt thadoeoor therevnliillOnArv wirtna hutorcet.bearlng debt or the country waa! bwu. v,.-,vw,wv. .ao population 01 ma country wao loaa than thro mll.toue. 'Dot axeoptlnR that number as the nearest ap- inuum.Mvm m, .oe trato, tno ocot averaged 83o to eaeb neraon. ThS reaant Inter..!. bearing dabt of tba United Sutet may be put at about twenty.ono bnndred rnllLLons o( dpi lars, and It la not anraaaonaUe to estimate the present population or tha country at 43,000,000. The dsbt therefore avenges sv uc wku y-iwa. a is aia o aaiame, AlAOtt-Mi tbo DTODertr of Ihfl eaaMrw. In woporUoa to lu popii!Ucm', iUmatcd at iia guiuTaiolia moroiotn urNUmu m CT.a: Ad UVU to 1730 Or l0TDe If wo uinma Ifat taIcmi of tbt proptrtr la 1790 to fa beratqaAlMSOOforecIl!ohAb!uot, It won I J b proper to MtlmAtA tho fcfgresale property of ihfi Coontry, at tbo preMol mo mot, to ,ta At IcAil f 1,000 for each lnbabl- Ditor anafffrefuoor ntkt nonartw mu Hoot of dollar at tba fbtoerporiotl ralDit fort two million at tbo prraeM tUui. flat "-"' tuaao tuaKt t ugTrttTW propdrtj of tbo conntrr ti tbo- tww dlfTferfliit pcrioda b-correct or not. V CT.nroC well be aaoled tbAt tba preient Ter Umore tbAntbteotlmcatbaATCrafta la 1700. The malt la that at tba format period tbo deb. wad elgbt aal thna taotbemr caat., -while a ma )inoDi no. ii ia unij aye Dvsrceo of the proMrtr of tha conntrr. Thla call. mate 1$ At bett but. aa arTsroxlmAtlcin to tha truth, ya ralatlrelylt U aa nndareitlmaU rather than an ore-rcattmAtaf of oar present retoarcei. I Cannot dotlbt that It nia aa ilfflinll for Mr. Jeffefioa'a admlolBtraUoa aad for tba people of tbo coosirv m reoaeo the dabt QunuLia term at tba 'rate or three and a halfmllllooa par annara.'aA It U for us to radaea tbe debt a tbe rata of one boodred mDlIom per aaoom. From 1301 to 180U the conotrywaa aabjeeted to all tho tazatloa which- thoee la power dareil to Irapoao for tha reduction of tho debt waa AleAdlDs reatnra of Mr, JclTeraoa'e policy. Oar eon dllloa at. tba preieot tlmo la pentlUr. Tbe rerenaa la large, aad after tbo payment ot ordinary expeoBea, penalonB, and lotcreat, we hare a aarrliiJ of oao baadred mlUlfma in. anally for tha redaction of tbt prlaclpal of u uaute. b aircuurj i jnw 11001 etiiDar raiameat. and wahara no oc-aalon ta bor. row a dollar for Aot cnrDoaa wbaleTer. Po. Tlalon can bo oaally mAda tor the payment of mo tea lony Dotjaa amoaauoff to uh. 000,000 la 187i. wbeo ther will be flnt re deomable, or tbey may ba poatpoaed for thirty reara more, aa t&a sabllo lntereita mar reonlre. Tha a moan t of B283.0OO.ooo aaa ia 1931 can do paid at maturity, ror tbe preieot wa ara at case In fioanclat affaire Tha proDoaltlon for a new It-wan l.a nr ?; nrpoae. aad oao oalr. tba reduction af ih uvcran aceoatt aaa 11 tnia canoot ba ao COmpUabaa wa have no occasion to Ihtrnde upon the markets of tbe world, tin t. to place a new loan at a reduced rate of Interest U, In my opinion, a, holly dependent npoatbamonltadeof oarsarploi rerenae. Kotblnff batrha menace tt Ttamn win Induce the holders of six per cent, bonds to BuirrjnucrtuciAA. aua accept a Doad bearing a lower rate of Interest. If yon redacatba revenue so that it la bar 1 adV-eate lo meet the necessary etpentee and tbe accruing In terest, tbe holders of flre-t wanly bonds will resoluto'y resist erery effort to induce them to accept a lower rate of Interest. Our net Interest account, exeln dinar raclllc ra'T-sra hi-anita la aiQI iwi m-sr. C. at ....,, ...., a. vav,wv,VW. ui ujf ernment haa already bought 100,000.000 of Its own bonds, tbe latarest on which Is paid to tba treasurer, leaving our actual Interest at about 1180,000,000 A year wU enable us, tf we choose, to nuke thia tha basis of a slaking fund to pay the principal of tbe In-terest-Deaiioc debt ta thirty five years, If we should reduce our reremue to the neces sary expensea of the Government to tha amount seeded to pay the Interest at tbe jricDcua latoe That la to bay. a SAvlnf of 11 8.000.0m an. rnully In the amount or Interest will, In thlrty-llvo yean, with tha accumulating In terest, be equal to the bonded, debt of tbe United Btates Ought there, then, la the presence of such a possible advantage, to be any doubt Aa to 1 uo wionum 01 mauiia.oiag our revenue at a high rate for one or two 01 even three years. If necenaryt With a large retenue for three years, the remit Is surely accomplished la one way or mourner. 11 mopuuuc accept mo new oooa at a lower rate, the -location U icttled lo favor of the Government. If tbey decline tug upunaaiiTjia-i rtTCUUCB will liquidate the prlaclpal of tbe debt, Add the Interest will disappear proportionately. lu cither case ine country succeed. If, however, we at once reduce the rev enues till ther are sufficient for ordlnarr ex penses, pensions and interest on tbe pabllo debt, and the Dubllo creditors shall come quently refuse to receive a new bond at a lower rata of lateresL what will be tbe coo dlt Ion of the country thirty-Ore years henccf It will have paid I i ,200,000,009 of Intereit upon toe poo 1 to aeDtj ana tbo entire prlnct pal will then be unpaid. Again, I say, it Is not sufficient for a na tion that It is politically Independent of for eign or hostile powers. It Is not snfficleat that tbo people are all cllliens, that they are free and equal, or even that polH.cn 1 power Is la their uaihIs. To all these roust ba added national float. clal Independence. This America has not) this she cannot baro until she diminishes perceptibly bar public dsbt and renders Its tiAw-meut certain within a orueratlon I dare not cite examples, but the nation are many that are crippled In their policy and retarded In tbe development of their Indus. trie by tbe magnitude of their debts Thblr example should be a warning to us Tbe public debt la the only serious result or the war of any considerable magnitude now remaining i but It Is a result so serious as lo demand some present sacrifices for tho future PUblla rood. The an lacrlneai. however, which will not loUrfere with the general prosperity of tbe country) nor Is the exigency so exacting as to leave us without toe opportunity or relieving irotn time to time those Interests that ara moit beavllj bard sued. On the one hand, by courage auJ th manfnl acceptance temporarily of a bunlsu, considerable, no doubt, but not luiurporU tie, wi securi the permanent proipsrlty and flaanetal Inrfepcndetice of tbo country) on the other batfd, If wo shrink from the task lltlllllad.!. ' - At ....... these dia.cii.ilta at oncewe Increase the "(.', vuruoni 01 taxation ana jwtb 10 another eeneratlon the com plcllon of a work which should have bent exclusively trar own. Mr. I1ntilerf.1l ni the su,..t .!. s -... vv....v, saw .aaa. VUUVIUHUU Ol MB iOC- lure, waiappUuded and congratulated. Hball IrclnU Cant InT Manr snblecta will be nreaied noonLba ntteatlon of Congrois forthwith) yet we deem none of them more Important or more urgent tha a tbe restoration of Virginia to her rra,er place in too council 01 tue iwpuouc. it was, iu uur tiuhi m uiuuuci wjw ui imiu u.t at once, and without division or demur, qo the meetlnjzof ConzresslAst month. Weenlreat ine Republicans of both House to deal with the matter promptly and dacUlrely. W lrnr.w wriil ran rM aaldmnch of It with truth, and with plausibility AgAinst unconditional admission It la quite into tbAt many Virginian firmly believe tbat ihey were right la rctlating tha Authority ana arm ot ine union) mat tneir otoce uaa A right to accede from the Union for any reasons, good or bad, that tbe deemed oflf cUnt) tbat tbo United States made war oil irginia inraaoa ncr, a.c, ac a dim opia Ions are. In oar view, at war with history and with common senscv We hold that the authority of tha Ualtcd Btates and that of tbeSuteovertba region known ta geograph ers aa Virginia was alike per foctt that tbe State had 00 moro right to extrude tba au thorny, the officers, the processes, and tbe molle of tho United Stats from that region than the Vnlon bad to extiudo those of the &Ute. Wo hold, therefore, tbst the flute, in thna extruding tha Federal authority, committed a flagrant usurpation and declared an nojust war, and that the altitude xnA effort of the Union wn de fen tire from Oral to last that la to sayt she fought to vindi cate ber rightful authority, and the 8lat to subvert it. On every point we hold the Union clearly right, aad tba SUte, In so far as she resisted the Federal authority and arms, utterly wrong. .vaaiiuonr Wlinn ibfl-rnrllAmtntaadDeoploof Ene. Ihd expelled James If. and called William tlf.oicr from Holland to fill the throne which rjrllAment had declared vacant. there were many whoia Jadgme&t nod covt science revolted at the national decUlon. Theio were a minority in England, oat tney were a majority In Ireland, tn Scotland proper (the Uihloda) aad tn aorae of tbe ooionua. nuT oj. wv who iraraan tbelr oath of allegiance to Jamas aa still valid and binding wcro among tbe best men In the three kingdoms, embodying a lull share of lu learn In ff, piety and genuine loy ally. Suppose William had bulged that each of theso should repent of hU adhesion to James or be forever disfranchised and proscribed, would tbat bare been wise or justl Would not the realm have been dis tracted and weakened by such aa exaction! Certainly, no such was anode. rcent and future loyalty any established govern ment has a right to exactfof all subject to lu swayiit cannot Justly roqalre tbeato reeouace and nada the past "I at tho rebels' tt is urged, "are sUU malignant, still bitter, stilt TmptacAbly In Imlcal to Unionists, but espoclallyto the blacks. Tlacyviiil tuetbe power yoa pro posatoglra them tocrutb out their loyal neighbors and fdlow cltlxcns." Lroufrtlefls there are those In YlfTlalaand In ererrBoitbern State who thus feel and act Wo cannot reasonably txpe2t mllUnoa to uniearn at a wora ait tney nave, suppu true aod reoouoco all they hAre believed xou cannot reasouamy expect men reared. la the belief that slavery woe tha true con dllion of tbe negro to be converted at ooeo to a hearty faith Jn the equal right ef mso Tbere aro donbtleas still many thouanda In Virginia who wish tbat onr civil war hid MsalteddHTtjreotly tbat Grant had Barren dered to Lee rather than Lea to Grant. B appose Lngland had kept the Highlands onder martial law so long as any on re mahed who deplored tha result of the battle ef CnUoden and alUd rr the rettrn of 'Charlie over the water," what would hare been the probable effect t We hare a Perfect rlcht to taka all reaion- able precautions and erect all needed bar riers aeamst ine re-estaoiinmeot or Biarory, in spirit aud substance. In any Southern Bute) we havo a right to take all iusslMo care thai Uuloutsts shall not be persecuted tn Vlrgtala merely because tbey are Unloa IstS) but a great people has ao right to evince cowardice nor that exccsaWe appre henslon of blows from a prostrate foe which 1 near akin to cowardice. Of coarse, there 1 some risk In admitting lhoewho late,1 did their utmost to over throw our QorcraCeut to a full participa tion la political power. Mai17 I"" Tlrtu ally said with Caliban, YoatautTht me lanfui-i, ao4 fay won; pa t Is, I kaow how ta eurie ' "gu "" We admit the whole ease made oat aeaiast our position, so far aa any reasonable person would Insist on It, and aay la reply The risk yon deprecate is one required of ua br tbe verr essence of rennbliran Hh-.-- n pabllcaniam does not Ira hi t that !. ir.M . rood, but oulj tbat, being allowed CtlrpUr, tbe good element of tbe community wOi overbear the bad,, or, at leaat, that tbe chaneethat It will not U no greater than - -h-uw,.hiu auu air oiner rorm or government. To uy that the evil minded muat be excluded from power la lo concede that the republic Is a btundsc or a fraud. Borne time or other the whole people muit be enfranchised If thle be not conceded by the Itepubllcan party, It will assuredly be carried over that party. If there be rials in concession, there Is certain ruin In dsnlaL Admit that those you would exclude will soon be enfranchised, It la tho simplest dic tate at good scum aud good policy that yon Bi,il,lK.,S..Vi.Vta" " "' but act promptly, ebeerfully-, courageously, magnanimously. To say that ex rebel may vot-5, but must not rote for such aa tbenv selvesthat they may vote, but first profeaa to repeat of what you well know thsy do not repent of-that they may rote, but not till you have heaped degradation upon humlllA tlon who does not realise that this is (to say tho least) monstrously impolitic! The Yankee who described bl neighbor as baring "winning ways to make people bate him" must bare lived la a school district where Butlers abounded. Again we entreat the Ilepublioana In Con gress to act promptly, generously,, wisely. It was wrong to have suffered a day to pais ater the Virginia delegation presented itself without admitting the tut Every exaction now made ot thsm will tend to evil, and that only Every day's hesitation Is an Injury and a iosss Any requirement that the Legis lature shall ba purged ef tho fairly elected will be aa exhibition of bad fat)b, and tend to Invalidate Virginia's ratification of tbe fifteenth amendment. We pray that Vfr ginla be admitted without fortherexacttons, and before tbe close of this week .V. Y Ir.M,w, lOfA. Telograpbte an.niarj. Tub French Government has decided to allow Ledru Rellln, Tlbaldi, And others to avail themselves of tbo amnesty recently granted for political offences Fits' is ad less state that it Is certain tbAt tbo party of tho Left have Joined with the o her parties In demanding the arraignment a of Baroti Ilaussmann, A wBiTBit In tbe London Jalfy YfK-i, rep rotating tho itnccrs or Bimpsoo, the money editor of tho Tinut, at American credit, re cenlly published In tbo Timfi. proves that by tbo dlfferenco In exchange, Ualled 8tates live twenty bonds at 0 aro really higher In price than British consols at 9. Ocbtati Fi-wasH. the htch sheriff 01 Cook county. 111 , kit for parts aokuom ou the 15th of December. Ue took with him a favorite son, about four years of eg, ana between 110,000 and 130,000 borrowed a frw days before. Ho also drew abou f 8 000 In fee due to his officii, and og!ecttd to pay over the share duo to bis do, utTu Nothing has been heard of him sluto he toft Ax luccndlary Uro ai M mphU oa Patur day ulght dostroyoJ tlu t no Csrrt:i s.v Co , In rront Rovr L HO.OOOj fully In sured m Tub fiiotu i-y (Iowa) Jorfial recently publUbid an article on Christ mat, which, 10 ar iht 1'ast, showod more seal than knowioig H saldt "It waa on that day ibat HI' blood was oil j red up on Cal rttry that man might bo savoJ) It was on that day that mankind was nileased,th rough Ills self sacrifice, from the Just pcoaltyla curred "