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'iRTtBiut. Birnvs Aicitrn on juttx
da; Wirt 139.633 87.
flcfiBTiios Fiisr rtporti that tbt atifti'
raenTTarlbi Third Boaia Carolina duttlet
for too vetri IWtMO execedt that of tbt pre
Tlooi year $8,78303.
It tl nirOBTiD that the Hont Commit-
Ua oa fofolRB ACaUilhkTiirtad tort
eommiid tht pauae of a rttolaUon e-
cordloc bclllcereat rlghU to th UabM I-
nrieau.
TMitsni. AdlailOQDft)rMine.
UTta la nnmbr. wm CeEoro lo IUeoa-
traetloa Committee jaUfdy In relAlion to
otitrmtM la Tinoaaart. Tht) commUlaa iu-
Uaed paUeotlr, Aid postponM a farther
hearing twill Trtda moral af
Tsb Fabiicstt hu ficeeptadlbo reilxoA-
tlon of Cola Dinlel' DtitUrflcll.'BreTt. MaJ.
Gen. fJi 8. A., vntulgned, to Uke effect
from March 14. 1870 1 eabject to the ntaat
condition!. Grm. Batterfleldp U li aoder
etood. IoUnd to retire to prlwte life.
"iiantkrotl," tCMdlaf at AllfjUnf
PanBavWaaita. fawnJ ah araaalalaa a kit
Wktfthbt be ored'lheaoTMBmiot $10,
And that amaont waa TeaiardaT recalrad at
the Id tern al TtTejito barefti, end iaU
quentlj tamed ortf to Treaiorer Bplanir,
neisi; crtpuea to toe coBciQee-rBo4
A NBOBO. A WOblAJf. ABO AM ID LIB FOB
Wiit Pout. The determlattloa of Mr.
rroaaer, of TesBeaaee.toApeoiot oegTO to
Weat Folat, haa' Ueti followed by the an
noancemeot that Mr. MeUormlek. of Arl
sona. will recommend an IedUa m cadet.
andadeliatfl fromWyombg declartethat
he will eppolol a woman.
TnFatsionTyeelerdAT elgfted the bill
making approprUtlona fordtfldenclee la the
contlngenl cxpeotu of the llann of IlapTa
antaUrta for the enrreut year. Iheblllap
propria lea for folding docmmeoU, tadadlag
material, and Ubor, IJT.000, and 11.003 for
the jy of the mail carrUra for Congreei.
Oca coiriDiaoa (hat Cqpgreai llt bear
paUantly fn'dl ponder IbqegblfnUy bafora
aaderUklDg to npeet the toTcrnment, of Ten
aeaeee U eo perfect that we do not write 60
that iubject, but we ralght ba mUlnlerpreted
ai feelloBj auttty oa the iBbjeet whea we
feel note. A'lit Ttrk Trlbum.
CTiMitiOBvTha Beoate yealerday
coaflrmed the BomloaUoa of Minister BIcUee
to Spain, which haebeea eoloagpeodlag,
and ToUd down the motion ia recoaalder the
Tote by which Oeirge Oolten wae conftrmed
ae Collector of Internal ReTenoe for the
Tint California DUtrlci.
Auoka the vUltori at the office of tba
Secretary of the TreainryycsUrday were
General Bchenclr, who dlicniied the reanlta
of the faodlng bill, now Id poeiwiloa of the
CommUtea on Ware and Meant, General
Qarflald, epeaker Dlaloe, and Moeee II.
Grlnoel, Collector of the port of New York.
Rit. f . E. Botlv. pattot of tU Peter'i
chnrcb. will to-day pronognce the padegyrlo
La Su Fatrlcki. at tba eaUbratloa or the fee
UraUarlbeeharch U Baltimore dedicated
to the honor of Ireland's patron taint. On
Batarday. the featlral of 8L Joseph, he mill
alto preach at the church of that same la
Baltimore.
F. ,. tn 1 . e
Tssas wiaa a large n amber of elsltoreat
the XxecnUre Maneloa yeatcrdAy, among
them a delegation from Dakota, headed by
Goreroor Barbank, and a delegation from
Baltimore, Inlrodneed byFoatmatttr Gen
oral OreewcU. The delegation from the
Georgia LecUlatore alto had aa loterrltw
with the Frealdeot.
W. cxu. tbi iTUJUiox of tha pobUe to
Hnftth.t, bjip:Ul rtaui, Itovliol
ooI1k(Iim of Bri' ABtatjpu, of P.rli,
luin tat for wuiti for Joipectloa and an
6n fn .xbJbUloa AlBmlth aad Btroof1
art filler, oa S ftnal, ror a few d.j notj.
Amosf other fla'a eptclmeae ara all tba fraa
com of IUptneV tba wotke of Ulebael
Aofelo, Celllore, Ac, from tba gaUerlea of
Ilorenct, Venlee, Milan, and alMwhere. All
lOTera of floa art aboaU aaa tbata plctarar.
FoiTaLlBTaaoouita wits Fouaoa Cod
Tun-Mf .BatJii IntroJotel a bin la tba
Seaata jeeterdajto I. dilute poeul later
ooarea UU foretfQ eoifitrleei vblcb waa
raterrtd to tba Comntttea oa Tott OfAew
and Poet Koaje, Il'aatborliu tba roet
maeler Qaaaral to preeerlba aad r.a'alata
tba ratea of Uoltad fitatea poelafe upon let.
tare forwarded ta and rewired front foreign
eonntrlea with wbleb toternallonal poetaga
ebarfeaara not aetabUabad brpoaul Irta
tlee or eonTentloni proTUpd, tbat tba Uni
ted Butte poetap on each leltera eball not
la an caea axcaM tba enn of ten emte per
each etogle rate'of oilman onnee, or nnder
111. '
NiTioxiL. Tuiiiaa, Declitooo'a cicel
lent comedjraf 'llarrlad Ufe waa gWen
with tmj good, e(Tt laet nlgbt, wllb Mr.
Owene ae UcorOoTf. 111. pareonatlon of
tble ebaracter U among ble Mel efforu, and
tba lire. Dore of itn Oermon wee a fine
plica or acting. Varrer, aa Ditiial, wae
partlcalarlf good, ae waa alao'Beebet ae
Coddle. p, Tailor u Mre. Coddle, MUa
May e.Tllle aa Mre. Tonnibaebaad. and
Mre. Felicr aa Mn. Ljii, deeerte f.ror.
bla mentloa. Tba afterpleee wae tba 'Feo
plee' Lawjer," and Owene ai Solon Bblngla
ofcoiriaconTnlicd bla large audience wltb
langbter. To-night, Iff. Owene wilt appear
In "Self," enltalnlng tba cbarieter of John
U.lt, In wblalt be fa nneirpaeead.
A oaaniL order wae eeterdey Ueaed
from the War Department, In which the
chief elgoil officer of the army le charged,
eabject to tba direction of the Becretar af
War, with tba epeclal datlee of the obeerTa
tlon and glrlag notice bj telegraph and elg
nal,of tha approaeh and force of etorme,
snder tha proiUtona of Joint; reealntloa of
Coogreee antborlalng metaorologleal obeer
Tatloae at mlHUrj tuttooe ta tba Interior of
the country and at other polnte. The Ben
reUrj eajei Tla nnderUUog tbae lm.
; poee npon the Becretarr of War la for the
beaet I of the commerce of the Halted Bum.
llUlhereforaeipected that all commleeloned
offlcere will etord eTerr faellltr for in .or.
eeufnl dUpoeltlon aid all ecleatllo eiUb-
uinmenu, commercial awoclalUue and oth
en, ere rtoieeteA to aU b IbeU a.aperalloa
ia i accompufament.
Tsa TaieiDl uQnuu BwmiM,.4.
quite a largo delegation or Frlendewbo
repreeeat eocletlee In eereral Btatee, hara
af rlred here to remooetrate wltb tbo Prael
denl and Oeaeral Sherman ageiaat Oeoeral
Bberldan being allowed to remain a day
longer la command of tha Indian country.
Thej -complain Terj e.rncitlj agalait hie
eondact In the tttek on tha Plegani, and
aek tbat tba oppottle pollcj aaj ha par.
ened agalait tba Jndlan Irlbea. Thej h.ie
drawn np a plan for la. traaeter or the
Zndlane to reeerratlooe, with the parpoea or
ameliorating their condition bjr thelntro
daetlon of tba proper elemtnU of cliUlta-
lion. Bit la their eontcel aratnet Sheridan
tber appear lo be iitermleed U accorapUib
wnctblng.
Fneiox TnipDi r. B. T. SchwarU,
epelaagent of tha peneton offlae, juUrdar
canead tie afreet 'at Baltimore of Henrietta
aroeecbet, 'i'w Mre- (Jhrletopber Ultdaer,
upon a charge of.perjerj, In ewearug that
eba waa aamarrtad and drawing ntna eeal
aansel pajmenU of penilooamoantlag In
tba aggregate to IW7, aa the widow of
near aroaecbel, prlrata la aompaa ft,
U Varjlind TolenUere, alter eba bad been
maarrled tolllldaer. Upon applying for
ber penelon in Taaeda aba wl rinettUned
ae to bet re marriage, and eian, when
charged, wltk 11 eba etontl aeated tbat each
wu tbe'fact, and It waa not aattl aba waa
confronted with tha mtalater who purrled
them tbat. tha VAnqwlidgod ffie! aori.T
She wee.rrwUd' "and b Wiriil J3JBM Ut
to afJpeariore"tbagfanlJar"of "the
Ualted Statee Conrt on Monday next.
Tmi DBLieiTtoi of colored membere of
theaeorgULeglalalnre, aowlatbe city to
oppoee tba BIngban amendment, called
wpoa tbt rraaldent yaeterday. Darlag their
letrt)ewtbejaildblmlanetUleimici
lo defeat tba Blogbam amendment to lh
Georgia bill, and nrged htm to procure enlu
able legUIatlon. to iKnra fhetr rlgbte to the)
colored people In that Bute, ai tbej do not
now eojoy them. They alio Ignored all ae4
lion la behalf af the colored people by the
Bryaat faction, Informing the Preeldenl
tbat he did not repreeent them. The fol.
lowlor are the namei or the membere or the
delegailoni, vBlmeon'WBaalrd,i,calrmaa
Airred &etcnam, aecrcuri t. u. u.mpoeu,
Komnloe Moore, T. M. Allen, W. U. Ilarrl-
eon, George Wallace, Abraham Bmltb,
Abraham Colby, J. T. Coeter, T. G. Camp
bell, Jr , and John Warren.
XtauoiTiORi or rtLora from Boeton. Mew
Tork and Philadelphia, headed by Mceerl.
Bpofford, Butler and Kutherrord,t reepec
llrely, were before Mr. Z.yneb'e epeclal com
mittee on ihe caneei oflhodeellneofAmer
lean commerce, to oppoee that aeetlon or the
bill wbleb p'repoeee V laVe the regulation or
the pi tot eyelem out or the hande or the 8UU
LegUlalnree and gorern It by Concreeelooal
enactmenU. They claim tbat the Sapreme
Coort hae eoaflrmed the eonelltuttonaUy of
tha Btate tawe, and that any Interference by
Coogreee lo dletarb the exlettogtarrange
menta won4 reenlt la eertoul Injury lo com
merce. It le bettered that the committee,
without committing thenuelree to an ax
preeelonof their Tlewe npon the enbjecl,
will eulke out tbla aectkm o( Ihe bill, In
orderbat eo Important a anhj.ct may be
acted npon Independently or an j extraaooue
matter. The ptloteaud naderwrltera feet
coQ&dent tbat no bill of tha kind can paal If
brought np unconnected wtlh other legta
latlon (
Tan tlewinD for tki CArrom or Jbbf
DitiI' The Preetdent, by proclamation or
May 3, 18U, offered 1100,000 reward for the
eapturaor Jeff Darle, and Congreei, by act
approred Jaly 17, ISM, appropriated, money
to pay the reward.
Tba act anthorlied 13,030 to 00 paid lo
each or four persoae who ware named, and
to certain olflcerf, non-eommleeloned ofllcere
and prtratee, aome or whom were named,
but eight of those entitled were unknown.
Authority waa gtren to the Secretary of
War to recelre erldence to correct mlenomera
and omleeloue. If any, of the name, of
thoeo actually present rendering eerrlce
There baa neeeeeailly been considerable
delay In ascertaining tbo proper names, re
eldenees, Ae., of those entitled. The Third
Auditor haa completed a eettlemenl la farer
of two hundred and forty clatmante under
tble act, which haa boon confirmed by the
Second Comptroller, aad Bent lo the War
Department for raruleltloa. In the course
of a few daye IbeVnalmanta may expect to
recelre the money under this act.
NovuiTiOBS. The Preetdent lent the
following nominations to the Benate yester
dayiCaptata George n. Hunt, Tourlh ear
airy, to be major of the Flret caralryt Ylnt
Lieutenant B. Gnnther, lo be captain Ton rib
caratryi Tint Lieutenant Charles Parker,
to be captain Ninth caralryj Becoud Lieu.
Un.nl Albert J. Garrett, lobe Bret llenlen
ant Tint caralryi Second LteiUnant Wil
liam T. Ditch, to be first lieutenant Tint
caralryt Second Lieutenant A. H. Ton Luell
wlu,to be Bret lieutenant Third caralryi
Second Lieutenant L. O. Parker, to be Brit
UeaUnant, Fourth caratryi Second Ltaoten.
ant B.etlly, Jr., U be first lieutenant Fifth
ear.lryt Second LtentenantC. O. Gordon, lo
be Brat lieutenant Btxtb caralryi Second
Lieutenant E. D. Dtmmtek, lo be flret Iten
lenant Ninth caratryi SMOnd Llentenaat
Cbartee LTnmphreye, to be flret lieutenant
Third artillery.
Nary Lieutenant Commander G. N.
Miller, lo be commandori LtenteuaataG.f.
Meaalae, Id. K. Xeyeer, Tbomae Nelson,
Dewltt O. Kello, aid Felix G. McCnrley, to
be lieutenant commandera.
Fused aulatant paymatlere George L.
Mead, George It. Welkins, D. r. Wight, bud
Henry T. Wright, lo be paymasters.
Assistant paymaetera Fred. C. Alley and
A. T. Greeley, to be paeeed aaetetanl pay
maiUre. Ensign Darld M. Dell, lo be Ilea
tenant. Postmasters Aaron Poor, NaraaoU,
TexU) Cbartee E.Brown, Chllllcolhe, Obtoi
WlllUm Miller, Jr., GreentUIe, AU. Janes
A. B. Btoae, galamaioo, Mleh. Artemis
DoolUUe, Calumet, Mich John lTenry
Eamce, Medrord, Mess.
Will's Oriu Houia. The Chapman
Blitere bad a fair house tail night notwlth
eUndlng Ihe attraction preecnled at the rlrat
Theatre, and tba repuUtlon of tha great
American comedian, Mr. Owens. The en
Iraragania of "Iilou" was credlubly per
formed, and the mirth proroklog farce or
"My rreclone Betsey" kept the audience la
a roar. To-nlgbt there will be a repetition of
"Paul Pry," and of that meet witty or
modern eepeclally Amerlesn burlesuuee,
'ToeahonUe" for Mr. BUbop'a benefit. He
deeerrea a enbetautlal one.
Recurring to what we hare eald of the
Mlssee Cbapman'e performances, during
tneir present eagagemeni i timee, per
hape, not In u farorable terme aa wa could
hare desired tt le but Mr lo aeeure the pub
lic tbat It wu mora on acconnt or the pUttt
which hare been eelected for them, than
from any doubt ae lo their ability to perform
well. Miss Blanch has talent, properly di
rected, to make a name ae an actress la Ihe
Jureelle drama, and la any tailing role
ehort of high tragedy while EUa baa pecu
tUradaptedaessto be a rery queen of Ibe
Tauderllle, aad In the tight, Imtgtaatlre
class of dramatlo prodaetlona.
With the rich fleld that la preaented, why
do they not elndy sneb pteoas ae may be
found In the works of that oteael.r . w
Mr. J. It. Planebe, whether aa to hie adapu,
uoue irom iue jrreoeo, or original 'pro
ductions of lighter comedleltaa i or In bla
charming etaaetcat or fairy extraraganiaa.
Oar tnggeetlone are gratuitous, and on this
account maybe unwelcome, but Ihe hint le
honestly, kindly and sincerely glisu.
A CRUEL HOAJftB NEWS BY CABLES
TIBKUllHOSTBAlBB CUT FJOSTOH
It wai ooty a few day ago that a crotl
hoax waa perpetrated la tba aoaovocemeat
that the miaalag ateamer City of Boeton had
arrived at Qaeenitowa, Thli It waa prf
aomed would aatltfy tba KonodreU who had
glren circulation to tha report. Bnt U
aeema aoma one (frobablythe aamalndl
TUoAlorlndlTldaali)iiU again beeapUy
tng with tha feelloge of thota who bad
frienda on board tba ateamer.
TeatardayadltpatcJi waa tccelred BXAtn
aanonaclag tba aMrat of the roed'al
QaeeoatowBi aad tba dlipaUh could not
waU ba dt7Dbted, ai It came la a lecttlmatk
wy Vlca-Fret4at Colfax aanoaaced iha
goodBewatotbeBeoate' Tha flrst dltpatct)
wae ae follow a i
IoiDO. Martk U-iViaUa-Tbe loatak
ataanaklf , the Oily of poitoo.Capt. Ualerow1.
Wkletfltn itew York od Ibe Mth tr Jaanttf
1aat,aadllallfaKtwo 4ap anrwaril, atrlrti
atQueeatlowaat one o'deek tk(4 Aatalar,
bar log eoBiaqetallr baea ant ef eight or laa
for mere taa forly Ata dara,
Toe" ar a haarale4 tba matt profaaad
est iUki tote both antra aad at LlrirrooLwheri
the fuV( faUreal bed worked p to aa tav
eate piteb Batlaeei Atthtibourlialaett
tatlrtly aatpeadad to tha atotk exehaage am
taei-aeerai Marietaia boihtitifiiaibttactr.
arte td a thai Ike parlUultrtlwhtah are al
yateatlrrlrwaailaf The ttlrirtpn llaaate
Oteat Brjtala are pot wetklag well t-liy(
ewalaf to the prer tleaae ef a ttarn
The City of Ahtwerp. wbltb left Xtew York
oa Ua Ilk tattaat, atrlred at Qaeaaitewa al
4J a'aloah thte raloc.
ThU tela at rett the apprebaaaloaa tx
prtaaed la aoate qnaitcrt.that the Oral aaJ
aetttteasieal or the arrival or the Olty of Doe
to wae anlatekPh fer Antwerp dlipateket.
reeelred Ibiit far. are elUU lhat Ihe Clip of
Bailee attired al oae o'tleek and the City of
Antwerp ataairpatuonr.
Tba partltnlare will be forwatdad ae tooa aa
teeelred.'
NiwYMt, llarth Ifl-Tta TttttU ef the
tamea Kaa aad atbera la tha harbor are tallr
dreattd le-day with flti aad baaaen.oaae
oaa, of the reported aeferyof the Olty ot
aUQItOB.
latter la the day the followtog dttpatchca
contradicting the abOTe were recelre di
Raw Toax,4 MerJa 14. Tbe rtporled arrUal
of the VUj of Doatoa It fall.
LoaooiaUArah 111 JO p. aaj-Aalaqnlrr
aaAraaaed W aattatha aceati of tbe Iaataa
BtaathielUeUkBivtrd. at 144 P. am. U
thaatael that thar have a laPraiiMa what
rt af thtdtprBotUkaad thai tba
rattaaaf(aartriia4atytt4a beait
leee heatv (Sltaadj a. a Tiiao,
Aeija4 a4 tae AaaaaUtaA Prate,
Ia tba aamo connection Mr. Stone. tretl.
de&t of ibe affcwTorlc Attoclaied Preta, tele-
grapneo toe louotring duplies to the agent
la XaOadOQI i
If the report of the antral of iha City of
BMtaa proeea lo bare area wllrol aad not at'
eldeatai, pnbUtk tha folio wlagi
"JW Rawiao. Tbe AnocUtad Pratt of
New Toik efftit a reward of too for tha de
ttttUaaod pnattbmeai of the author of the
heatwblth rtporled the antral or the Oily
of Bailee at Cfaeeattowa ea tbe lsth laataat,
Diaio M,STOavPftldal.M
Betide tha abore.tha Anoclated Freat
kit tight broajbt nethe following, which
ahowa how weu t&o hoax waa managed, and
with what care and energy It waa circulated
It aeooMtbat op to a hue hour tbe arrival
waa not authentically denied In London, bat
the detpatcU learee no room to hope for the
aafety of tha veaael. Tha man who could
perpetrate inch a hoax mmt be dcrotd of all
ecnalblllty and hamanuy.
IjOIdop, Mtrek 144 p. m. The rtport of
thearrlraier tbeeteabaer Olty or Botton at
Qateaatowalt attUeurreat la tble altriaad
bat not yet beoa authorltatlrety daaled to the
public. TbecdlllbBOf the CM. Juit latued,
prlateadltpatab, daladat Dahlia today, at
lartlaf the tafe antral of the nUiIec tteaam
fl Queenttowa, uar queeaatawa fai in
reply to fartl.tr lBQutry tIf rpbt that tbtre
bat beta ao elfa efibe Oily of Bottoa there,
aad that no veiiele arrtrlac there rtpert har
lac alfbtad ber. Tklt dltaatah la later than
thatpublltbed U tbe CU4, wbltb wuit, there.
fore, bo laiorrttt
DealttarUaai. htlpler.
Brigadier General Jamea W. Blpley. for
merly chief of ordnance, died at Hartford oa
tha 13th IniUol. Ia tha 78tb year of hie ace.
lie had been In feeble health for aoma time,
and waa retired from actlre eerrlce, In con
fbrmltywlththaactof Angoit 3.1861. on
thaloUiofBepUmber. 1WJ, having lined
hla country althfolly for half a cantary
Ha graduated at Weat Point on tbe lat of
Jnne, 18U, with tbe rank of eeoood Ilea
tenani of tha artillery corpa, waa promoted
to a flnt lien tenancy ta 1818, and tranefarred
to lha ih arullery In 1831, aad waa appointed
captain in thai regiment on tha ltt of Aujutt,
1139. On tbo 80th of Kay, 1833, ha waa
promoted to tbe rank of captain of ordnance,
aad auoceaalrely promoted to tha full rank
of brigadier general and chief of ordnance
oa tha M of .Aoguit, 1881. He waa one of
tba oldett offlcere of tba army.
RaiBCTIOX Of TAB BAB DoktlVOO TbUTT.
Tha Benate CommUtea oa Foreign Bala.
tlooa on TueedAf voted on tha Ban Domingo
annexation treaty, and decided, by a vote of
o to 3, to recommend that tha treaty be re
jected. Tha Frcaldent had pravloualy eent
a brief nonage to tba Senate In executive
aeaaloo, calling their attention to the fact
lhat tha time for the ratification of the treaty
expired on tha CCth lutant, and urging
prompt action on tba part of tba Senate aa
neceaaary to Lha keeping of good faith with
the government of that republic, which had
ihua far acted la tha ntmoit good faith with
tble Govern meet. Tha Preeldent, doubtleea,
had lo mjlad lha action, of Ihe Benate oa tha
&t. Thomat treaty, and ho naturally dealred
to avoid Incurring additional reproach la
tbla matter. Tba committee, therefore, took
up lha treaty again, and after a brief dU
cuialoo. rewired that It ahould be rejected.
Mr. Morton favored It, atroogty, bat the
committal ahowed no eigne of a change of
ecatlmeot. and voted aa they hare etood
from the frit for tba treaty, Ueeara. Cam
aroa and Mortoa) agalatt II, Meaari. Bam
ntr, Harlan, Fatteraoo, Bcbnri and Oaa
airly, Tbe Pamena Bay leate treaty wu
not acted upoo,bat lie fata le nndonbtedly
decided by Ihla action, laaamach u the re
ftual of tba committee to accept the greater
advantage i offered by tha annexation pro
Ject muatnecoasarllylavolve the reject too of
tba lunr adrantagea of tba leue echeme.
Wa elncerely regret tbU actloo, believing u
wa do that there waa much to gala and noth
ing to loee by tbe Baa Domingo annexation.
TawRsAeoa WBT.-aleccntly tbo Lorll
larda of Mew Tork dlaconllaned potllog
gTeenbackAtn pa pen of tobacco put npal
their eetabUahment, bat the reaaoa why wae
not pnbllihed. It appeara tbat lha firm were
notified by lha Commlaaloner of Internal
Revenue that they were liable, to the apodal
tax of 190m a "gift enterprUe concern,"
which wu too much for lha dignity of the
Lorlllardi, and they promptly notl fled tbe
reveana offlcere and tbe country that they
had atopped the circulation of money In Ua
foil rckagce.
Il.rjor. BaiMopa, Jude Reoserell, end I woudcrfuUy, eoneulled "Wfalkir," and con
BethOreeu. eee . haea ron. tn in.iJiii.l11'"' " dldn'l matter which ltwae,ae
rV. "7: ' ",.' "" l?I1 l Annapolis to c.DnT mMat somethloir reaeinb'Hnir balre.
K.ur. ,u. memoere or tbe K,ryland Ugle-
lature ow lib culture.
UREATBRITAI1V.
rraaayterfaai Caiioa-Thio ItifOAl
Akalpet lha Life of UUalaioa.
Praaeedlag la ratllamaa.1 na
-BtcAibaraiflea-'.a.U of Amtrleaa
Keitlooa ofTcnnyaoA Epjalaed lat
oailaa1,
LoxtAr, March 10. The Union of tba
Enllah and Bcotttah Freabjterlan bodlra
approachea contnmmatlon
Tbe aovernmenthaecavaedlearchtoba
toilltpted la Boljlom for tha author of lha
anonymooe letter threatening tha Ufa of
uuoetOM.
"A bin abolUhlog Ibe game lawa, meeting
with bitter CTpoaUloa In tha nMua of Com-
cea wu withdrawn.
laaUan taewad a aecoud rtadlAg of tha
ballot WJU Tha ballot, ha aald, waa tha
only remedy' for treat erlla. eaDecJally la
Jreland, where It la Indlapeneableor tba
protection or lha Totera ag-aloti tha land
holderaaiBd Prieeta
Tle tfiiriTa of IlarLlDtion deprecated do
beta on tha bill before tha Home had beard1
tha report of Ihe committee, which Incladed
tha ballot In IU recommendation a.
Mr.Oaborsaepoko eloquently la fatorof
tba ballot Ha proToked mirth by firing an
account of hla lata experience aa a candidate
for Water ford, Ui hairbreadth eeeapea, Ac.
Dark ana itlll axltted In tome parte of Ira-
land, and there wu no freedom or eecnrlty
at the electlonf. Ererybody went armed lo
the pollt. Yotera were torn from their bade,
compelled to Tota, and returned on ahuttera
to find their houaee burned down by tha
oppoalllon party.
Tba nonaa flnally acreed to vote on tba
bill on tha Id of If ay.
LiraarooL, March 10. Tba ahlp Marga
ret, Captain Roach, from Savannah, Janu
ary S3, for tbla port, hu arrived. Captain
Eoach reporta that ha experienced dread fol
weatbaer, and encountered a cyclone, la
which hie vewel coffered tome damage.
EonacBO, March 1ft. Tbo Conrt of IVa
ilona laya a perpetual Injunction oa the aale
of American edltloniof Tenoytoa'e poemt
in Scotland
raXAKCR.
Moetltig la, liaarkr lha Jtonorr
f Mr. BairlUaranae Femoral f
ealomtborlea'Btrtlidar af tba
rrltaeo lawporlAl
Fabib, Marclv Id- A meeting waa UU at
tbo Amertaaa cbapel lut night In aonorTof
lha BMtaory of BarUagaaaa- It wu Uifely
aiteoded by American raaldeau, aad aoma
dtetlapteattd Fmchmnt were praaaat.
MLnlaterWuhbnrae preelded. and made a
epoecht paytog a tribute to tba political and
aoclal quality of Mr.Durllngeme, who, ha
aald, had been hla friend alnco IBU.
Iter. Mr. Lambon read reaolollona of
eulogy and condolence. Kr-QoTernor Bul
lock, of UaaaachuaettJ, In an eloquent die
conrae, gave a hlatory of the life and acr
vlceaoftba deceaud, dvelHagon hla lut
famoua mlaalon and lie aecompUatunenta.
Tbo funeral of the late Count of Monta
lambcrt took place to-day. Tha ceremonlra
. were aim pie, la accordance with tha rcqaeat
of, the deceued. Olllrler and other mem
bere of the cabinet attended.
A ttt wae given at tbe Tnlllorlta to-daj'
on tbo occaiton of tbe fourteenth annlrereary
of tbe birth of the Prince Imperial. Tbo
Official Journal doee not contain the decree
of amnetty which wu expected to mark tba
day. A maul feit of Imperial policy waa
aleo looked for, bnt It hu not appeared.
t
SPAIN,
What B tar. 11 ba ttoato with CnbaT-
Tbo Attaolc en Prlna af ! Pa
oral af If our I do Daatrbaai Tba
Prlaat Itafaaaa 4a Par fa ran Iho
Caromonlea.
Madiid, March 18. k fierce coolroferty
la In progrua hera on the but method of
dlipotlng of tbe Cabin qaeitlon. Borne
Jouniala argue la favor of abandoning the
bland to tha United Btatee. Thla propoel
lion la bitterly oppoaed by tha majority of
tba preta aa cowardly and unpatriotic
In tha Cortee yealerday Gen. Frlm, In
anawer to the Inquiry ai to tha elrcum
alaacea of the attack made upon him In tha
alreete, aald Ihe mob aarroundodhlm,ahout'
log "Down with couacrlptlonl" and threw
atooea at him. Ha declared that la future
tha Government would deal aammarlly with
anch dlaordera. c
Tha funeral of Hcsrytde BoBibott,w44'con.
ducted by tbe FrceWatooj, oKwhoee'irder
tha deceaaed wu a member. Whea the re
maine were brought to tbOj ebureb,tthe(
offlcUUogpT.eataecioglha Muonle emblema
on tba coffln withdraw tha lnalgnU of the
church and refuted to perform rellgloua cer
cmonlee. No troopa took part la tha funeral
proceaaloo.
ITALT.
Fopall Maalgaoal Haw tawdidalaaw
Tba rape IU-AnatrU Kadoraea tba
Domaaida of Fraaeo.
Flobbxcb, March, 10 Maronla FcpoU,
mlnlttcrof Italy at Vienna, hae realgued.
It la thongbt tbat Gen Meaabrta will aao
ceed him. Tbe name of Count Barra la alio
mentioned In connection with tha mlaalon.
Fa it, March 18. It la again reported
that the Pope la very 111 and weak.
Tba report that AoitrU endonea tba de
mand! of Franca on the Vatican, rrala, It la
aald, on unit worthy authority.
rOBTTJdAL.
Sloetl.aa F.T.rabl. I. the Hl.lotrri
Lisbon, March 16. The opposition hare
atectcd two oat of tha four deputlea to the
Uortee from thla cllr. The elections In the
country hare generalljr resetted to farpr of
Ibe Mlnlstrr.
CUBA.
nieceeerr.fri'aDd.aalBi.'eElertin
n.dae.4 1. Tatr...
naraai! March II. Frauds hare been
dUcorered In one of the clrtl departmente lo
the amount of 180,000.
Louie Arrcudondo, leader of Qeloe'a In
surients, his adjutant, and six of the band
were captured last night and executed thla
moraine; Dot three of the band now re
main ---.
Wa iixciiilT norn that some cod will
result from tha Inoulry of tho District of
Columbia Committee aa to what leitalatloa
Is necessary to secure mere prompt payment
of tbe teacher, la ocr public achools. It la
a burning shame that our teachers hare
sometimes been compelled to wait for month,
for their pay, and w hope Confrcee will
adopt such legislation ae wilt remedy the
etll.
Tna roLLOwiaa nutrias hare been
made la tbe Becond United Stales Infantry
Tint Lieutenant Patrick IT. Tlood, from
company Q to company E 1 7rst Lieutenant
tlarklne, company E to company Q.
Mis. FaannaToie belnc la doubt as lo
whelber II waa caterpillar or capillar? at-
irackiou 7uHna Mr. .ou.. lanea. aoout eo
and she knew caterpillar.
hare bi attraction to learti,
FROM HKW TOBK,
TwMota f4 ha I Tar Mar o?r
by fba Care Tba oilabti7.aiatU
maaia Malt Ex Iaa a Ira Fa mar lea
Rehaaaer Aaboro-Xad of Iba Fat.
lerlaaa Caaa.
Nxw TOBJt. March 10. Three men were
thot at a llqjnoratore la the Fourteenth ward
Ihla morojog.
Two men were run over and killed by the
care on Long Itlaod to-day.
Judge Jonee to-day denied a motion lo va
cala lha order maklog a receiver In tha inlt
of O'MAhooy agalatt Belmont, lo the mat
ter of tha Fenian fundi.
Checka of Flak and Hatch for $50 altered
to 13,000, and Vertnjlle A Co. for ISO
changed to 1150, and of $30 altered to $8,4
000, have been dlacovered. Two were paid,
bnt tha lut wu dlacovcrf d.
Tha echooner Jamee IL Uoyt went aihora
oSButea 111 and all handa loat.
TbaFollerton cue la ended. Tha Jury.
on tnalracUon of Judge Woodruff acquitted
Fallerton without leavlag tbalr aeate JTha j
Tcedlel wu received wllh great appUuu.
' Bf F
HABOHIO WVK XllAt.
Burial af Paal Qraatt Maeter Babara
J. Ualmoa.
Niw Tour, Manh 18. Tbe faneral of
tha late M. W. Robert D. Holme', Put
Grand Muter bf tha Muona of the Bute of
New Tork, took place tbla evening, and wu
a very lmpoelng affair. The offlcere of tbe
Grand Lodge met at tbo houae of tha de
ceaaed, and eacorted tha ramalnato Grace
church, Broadway and Tenth atreet. Tbe
entire body of tha church waa reserved for
the membere of tba Muonle fraternity. Tbo
Xplacopal church aervlce for the dead wu
read by tba Rer. Mr. Potter.
Tha rematoa were then expoaed to the
view of frienda and tha membere of tbe Ma
tonic fraternity, after which they were ea
corted to Greenwood cemetery by tba mem
bere of tbe Grand Lodge and St. Jobn't
Command ery Knlghla Templar, of which
lha deceued wu a member, and tbe lodgee
of New Tork and Brooklyn.
Tha pToceealoa of Maaona excelled la num
ber any ever held, being over two mllea Jn
length, and wu wltoeeeed by thootanda of
clllxene aloog tha llaa of march.
THE PACIFIC COAST.
BhiDuaeaHe of poalV-Tba Maaleat
reeiiTAi 2Teta via.aoo tbo
ma;oUla4--T1ioCblaiaitai Drlraai
Ova a.
Bab Fausctaco. March lcV Troature
ahrpmente over thoFaclfis road daring tba
put week were 1470.000. tba graaUr part la
goUeola. e f
The Mercantile Utrrary aattea over f (,vw
by tbe late mutlcal featlral.
Advlcea from Ban Diego ctfjflrra previous
reporta of tha rlchoeae ot the mine. A
party of Cblneaa had dlacovered the beat
lode yet found, bnt tbo claim waa Jumped
by a party of wblta men, and the Celeatlaia
were driven oa wlta a iota or toree auieo.
Two ateamer have already departed for tba
new gold field and another la now ready.
WllITfCWAHir.
Sialefuow r Ballraarl ZmpUyaoa
Ira BotraritaalbB0CbBiaraBrldga1
Dleaator
Maursiav-March, 10, Tha JLtalatKi pub
lUboa affldavlt4 of Conductor Adama and
XnglneerKlll,oftho 111 fated train on lha
MUeUatppt Central railroad, which ran
through BuclvDtr'a tretUe, aetlbg forth tbat
lha train wu not running at more than
echednle time, and tbat the accident waa
evidently tbe retail of tbe breaking of an
axla of tha exprnei car, and that ,tha
bridge waa not uoaound, u had been re
ported. Tha latter I eubeUnltatcd by a
number of pcraona connected wllb the road,
Including the eeclbn-mailer of tbat part of
tha road.
Kn-Klaw Onlreuc.. laT.sme.e.el
on,
AdT..lwr.. Wllh Drnnkan Kan.
Muritl, March . Last TneedayW.
A. Codge.who waa teacblng an till method
ol artthtaeUe ana exhibiting an Indian near
here, had eoeae worde wllh a dranB.cn raaa.
wha, after the lectnre, whieh wae in a
church, aiiaalted Mr. Dodie, and the latter
knocked htm down. The people adrlsed
Dodfe to leaTa, ia order to arold fanner
tronble. He accordlndr etarled toward lha
Tcnneesee rtTer,wlth his wife, child and
lha Indian In an anbaSaace.
Ha waa followed It taorfrnakea man and
aoma elz other), who Bred eereral shots
throoch the ambulance, fortuatelr without
hlUlncanjoftlie.nocnpanU. DHje enallr
drote them oS. tij openke; a 4trlted Bre
from the amhataace.
lle.rr Bw.w Bl.rns.
Bociutu, March 18. No trains -taw
arrlred here sine, early thla uorolnjrla
consequence of m henry Blow storm which
hu preratled all day. Tho paeoengere are
reported to be without prorletoul. The
train on tha Erta road which UK here thla
morning la in a snow bank, and tha paasen
nra ara Irvine to make their trey back.
gereral buildings hare been crushed with
enow, which la about four feet deep on the
lerele.
ToaonTO, March 18. A riolent snow
storm preralla with, no elcaa of abatement.
The storm axtende throughout Weetcro
Canada, aad all the trains ar behind time.
fJ.UIal.n at -. ,Url . !..('
Barinmn. March 18. The steamship
Oriental, and tha schooner Bara.lt. Thomae,
bound lo Wilmington, collided treat Tsnua
Point to-day. Nothing waa Jelt otr the
schooner, her spars and rigging be&s car.
rled away. The etcamcr'a rigging, aiu, auu
boat, on the starboard aide are alt 81 e.
Tbo eteamer and tha schooner are both At
th dock. .
Bbv.ii.bi .ma j.ra.f Blcknondwmafl
i-eiirier.
tUcnuoSD, March 18. Ueary K. Ellison,
of the Richmond DlipaUh, -we a. to-night
t-.l k iV. .min.tl l.n- nf till. ,Ut.
In Petersburg the council elected Oeneral
Newberry, lite a Union general, Mayer of
thai city. Among the councilman appointed
are two colored men.
Teloarrapiil awnsmary.
Tub London rail Vail Ouitli, of yeeler-
dny, eayst "The American account, of the
Oneida disaster are not only Inconalsteut
with each other, but are lucoaelatent wltb
tho facte, and area with possibility."
PnBTloCB to tho adjournment of the Brit
ish House of Commons, yeaterdy morning,
th- h.n-illA- nr ih. EichMUr. Mr. Lowe.
closed the debate on the Educational bill lu.
a. atronn accech la eupport of tbe measure.
wwm aim! nf P.rla. In rAmm.Mtlu.UPOa
the report recently made by Celeatlne lllp
pean on American edueattoa, aajs It mast
-.mlmlonlaa tbo. educational eretem of
franco.
DnrlTcnas from Japan, recehed tn Lon
don, report that another Japanese Embassy
Is ebon, starting on a lour through Uuropo
and America.
Tna nic-noi for members or iue rortu
Kl Chambere terminated ycetarday. AJl
e membere were re-elected.
Ten rumored depertnre ol the Freaeh
Ambaaeadore from Rome le not confirmed.
T....i..niniih In th. -.no rted eacano
i of Ir. Schmppe from Jll,
REVELS.
First Speech of tho First Col
ored Senator.
In lha United Statee Benata yeiterday, tba
Georgia bill being under com Id i ration, Sen
ator Rerete apoka aa followa i
Mr PraaldaBlf I rliaat thla naif lailai lua
lure to the diieutaloa of the Uaari la bill with
fMllaxa whlth, parhapa, naver baforo ntrd
lato the ezBaflaaaao'aay rataiber of thlt body.
1 rtia, too, wltb mlttvlnaa at to the propriaty
ef lirtiof ray voloa at thla early potlod.afifr
ayadnttiloa lato tbe Saaata. Pcrbapa It ware
wlaar forma.iolatiparltPtad la tbodalallt
or Btaatorlal dutlta, to reiaata a pasatra llat
aar in the proiratt or thlt dabatai but wbao
I ramambar tbat nytarm la abort, and tbat
tba liiuti wllh wblab tbla bill la franibt ara
noaiCBtuoui la tbalr praaaat aad fntur laBu
ahtaupoa tbo waH-balof of ay rata, I would
aeaatadlffaroattothelaiportaaaoof tha hour,
and rcaraaal to tha hlah trual latBoaad mdos
ate. If I batltalad toUad aar volte oa behalf
Bla Al tka Mewath. 1 Ikararara
wktreall tbouakta aa tothaviovrUtvof aa.
tarlax lato tbla dlaauitloa, braaklur tarouiti
llaauitloa, broaklajr (brouili
ted aataaatta of tbla bodr.
a taatrairr aarat4
Will
wbaa. qwaatloaa aria wblab bear apea lb
aafatf aad protaatloaof tha loyal wall and
oolorod population af thot fttataa lately
la rabalUbn. I aaaaot allow any tboacht aa to
ia raoaiaion. 1 aaaaot allow any taoaiht aa to
BaTeproprttty to entar Into ny aoaald ration
af datr. Tha raaooaal Mil llaa of batsr tha ex-
poaeaiot autba aooatltueaayaa I bare tho
oaor to rtpraaai, ara tuny apprteiaira igon
paaaottl by no. I bear about at, dally tho area
ait tiRia of their waifht, aad that ftliax
pronpti tae now to lift j volte, for the flnt
tin, ta taia uouoiu ubamear or tao nauoa.
BDD, ir, i, imii ivmaj vn mi a uvow .a appii
for prolcatlon from tho atroegarra of IhaUor
traatant fer tho loyal ahlldraa, Irrt paatlr ol
enlnrnriiit. ahn a. a ttlllaaia af tha Mn tit hat a
ntaiea. aad partltalarly of tbe grat Btitt of
I am wtll aware, ttr, that tha ldta It abroad
that an aataroelia airita batweca the whit
aa4 blatkt) Hat thai raa wklab tho nation
raiiati iron ta oaaratiatiOB ot iiiTirT,iai an
dowed wltb the full aad uaonaliad rlxbta ae
nrlvllaaraa af aitltatukii. ara lataat udob
Eowtr at whatercr prlao It taa b (alaed It
aa baao, tha wll-oaaidrd purpoi aod aim
OI a tiait, BOl tooaaaa to ta oouta, 10 aprvaa
thla aharaa rhraadaaali our tha lantf. aad
thalr (Tor la ar at vliorout to-day to ad neat a
tha paoplaof UlaaatloB lato thai balltf at
tber wra at tbe ilo of tha war. It wa not
uaeoaiBioa to Had thla tan alaia, ern darlox
tbe rbiuon, progaoautatiDK a term war.
It Bjiyhara ba that "tba with waa father
to tha thouiht And, air, ae Iho tatoDttd
rapreiaataiiTeof ray dowa-troddtopoopla, 1
dtov the tharia.aad burl It baak tatu tba
taoth of thot who raaka It, a4 wbo 1 bUara
btTBDOt B tltia lOaiBaiajaivHB tiejBiiBiv
. a... at., i.la.a.la Al lha em H At a ReHkltk. tltr
taialf BOOBO prMaaaaiBBKa.Drsiagae.aB4 mwe
lade ol tho aolorad popuUtloa of ny owo or
other Statca naedbo tnladdof the noble
aoodoetof that paoplouador tho notl try lag
alreuaitaData la tboblttoryor tbalat war,
whtn tber were bavoad tha protatiloa of tka
Federal for. Whlio UoOoafoderato anr
prttMd lato lie raaka ovary white nal
capable of bearior arna, the nothera. wlrea,
daufhtara.aodaliMroflheSoatbraaoldlra
war left dfoiat, aad la the power of tba
bleeke, uvea waoaa tbalat of tlarerr were atill
rlrttd aad la btad thooo ehalaa the aloaor
waa tka real laaua for wblih eo natb life aad
property wa anad.
F Tad mw, tir, 1 aak, bow 414 tbat raea act t
Did tbay ta tboao dare ef toafadeiate
woafcaoaa aad Inpotoaey, tvlaeo tbo nall
ttr ad wblab wo bear ao nuabt Oraoa
lac, for th eaba of arvaataat, that they w a
If ooraat aad bataetad, waleb I da ao balleTO,
vat, with all their tnppoaadlf noraaa aad era
itr. Ibey. ta their way.uaderatood aa fully aa
"."" -"""--.--r-"".--z:..-
you or I tho aw Ml import of the eoaieat.
Therkaewtf tbaiallaataorptof federal oa.
tlooal aoldlar war beatB back, aad their fltg
trailed la tbo datt. Uat It waa tb pt aiage el
ttlll hatTler boadag Thay longed too, aa
thalr fathartdld before them, for the adrent
of thatepoeb overwhtah waa ibed the hal-
laiptratlou lUalf. Thay daalred
nrii aaun wiiiiio ana oai-
too, wltb their father, to waltome th foot of
Aaaaii i ibiii niDiriiiDD liaaii. a bbt uiiiiii
tb itraagtr ahod with lb pafttl prepara
tion of gotxl bwi Wary year ot boodag
bad told their tal of aorrow to th court of
Heart la tba eedneilt of tb Or at rather
of all, they knew tha adiudleatloa of thalr
cat, albeit delayed for year la which patient
eofferlaa- bad nearly cabaniUd Itttlf, would
lath and bring to thtm th boon for wblab
they tlgbed Oed'a moat bltad gift lo Hla
araatur tb Utetlmeble boo of liberty
Tber wall, aad thy waited patiently, la
thbaeof their naetera, they protected
tbo virtue aad chattily of defeaeeMia woman.
Think, air, for moment what th conditio of
iniB IBBtJ weuitl lruij iaa inn irvpuiea-
lloabadrlitBla itrrll laiurrcetlaa agalaat
thotewbo, month by month, were Bghtiog to
rarpataat thai lattltutlOB which brought to
ban all theavlla of which tbev eomDlalaed.
Where would have been tba ttourlly Tot prop-
of eroeltr end wron, would hare bee. n.r.I
lete4 oolr la tkose eb.ptere ot Jewlsb btitorr
i.irded brJosepnus, or lathe still later
etroeltleser laal relia or terror wnicnerni
tbe ti.rorta.it. Leule XIV. i.dblarliA.
.Atfl.tt. la th. aiOold. Nir. the d.ede la Ihtt
dnnier eotd blooded buteberr would biv.
eutUeroded Ibe seosl dlseolleal lets or Iferod
blmseir
record of bit nee le a true lade a or theteel.
n. i...M.i.t T n. lat. In that th. n
TCI
X aulatalu that tbe peel
lace whleh lonlar aalmale then. Tber bear
towards their fornor austere ao rorefljefu!
Ihouglte. BO Bliraae. no B.mo.m.. t.ir
lies ao! to .I.TBte themselvee br eeerlael.jr
if 10 iBier.it oi in.irwBii. ieiiow-.iii
seae. Tber eea bus l.a rif lie wbisb are taeire
br (lad! ualrereil law, aad whleh ar. the
naturil outfrowtb. the lofleil seeueae. or tbe
eoodltloa In whleh the IsililatlTO eaietBeate
OI IBIS aauoa BIT. pi.f.a ib.d. iumj my
Gil 10 JOU .BO la Bl IB S. IBa. IBVT TIB. I?,
.tproteatlon whleh biob. will .nipl. tb.n
to pursue ineir quit luvoeiies wun suse.is,
lad e.Jor the llbertlee of eltlteathlp on the
i.M uutlBl with their while aelshDote.Bd
Irleads I do aot deilx. .Inply to dele.d my
owb r.e. from uelust aad usmerlted eh.rges,
hull llaa 4M1IBIO Blall UOOB rMO-d .B ...
rresetooof r IftU ..d .sure eo.ndtae. la
h. lalaarilv o BurDoaa with whleh 1 bailer.
tho Frealdeat. OoBcrau Aad tbe Jl.publlala
pirtv will aie.l lb.Mou.ello.eeo prollfleof
w.eferwea,a.l..lx' I. Mypw. p.opl., but
to tho whol. MobU. Ther hat. Jtwea, so rar
aa t aan raid tha hlatarv at tha tlai.a. l.flu.
eased br bo eplrlt of petty tyraaay. Th. poet
n.e wen eaiu in. i
aef I 9m ...Blla.l
Ta have a gltnl'i itrtacth but It It lyraaneua 1
TO Ul liuui giaau"
Aad how have they med that power lodged
It thaaa ky th BtHJofat la Beta of arueitv And
oporaaaloa toward tboao wbo aought to rend
i.iaiia thla troodlT fabrla of anr ialkara tha
...... ;-",.-" t"'"ia:ri.i...:".
.nrutittt aeniagaoieo nmoBirsitiip ai
duraatflla rTltloaarylImil Lat tb
oonitcutlloa aaatmata anawer tbalatarro
gal loi
a poor word of nlaa ara needed to
wMhbiatea axteadad alike to
WHO i
an at
colored tiijuij
up. Th Bepublleaa parly It
ot UflapM, ju aoma would fala bare the
eon a try bailer, araiatl the wl
ot tba Soala. ,( .border ar wldeenougk
III ali WViewi. a
y lijillAn to fii
tpoaelrdm vbadia
tor ail iruiy loyal utma m mu whuib min
peace and re poae ltd m tbadlaand dltiord of
angry faction. Aadbathal loyal maa whit
or black, that greai party or
lhat great lUrfy of ctur republic will,
ml wltb theWyiA 11 basalrattlr
pottarty. throw uaaad him Ibe
artlalataurlty tohltbBTault of lib-
licontiatai
mail for
.ma Imnartlal aaaurltv ta hlikari
erty aad bapplnaaa. If artaialaia al lb
South bad accepted la good faUbiebiBcro
i ant overture, wblih wer offered to them
with aotatgc aid band, to-day would not flad
OUr lnu a.ll naraaaiu wimi iiuim ami eaaviu
1 remarked, Mr. Prtl4ent.thtt I rot t
nlaail rap nrotaatlon for theoafenieleia taee
wbo now atadtbalrdalegatloa loth teat of
govramatto u for lhat wblab thlt Cob
arctt aloaetaa tecure to then And ber let
me aay further, that th people ef the North
owe to tbo colored rate a deep oblige tloa,
which It H ao eaiy matter to fulAl.
Whea the Federal armttt were thinned by
death aad dltaiter.aad to tab r aloudtorer
bung tbe lcagth and breadth of tb Republic,
and lhTry air waa pregetat with th ru
mort of foreign latrlrac In tkot dark
.'art of defeat, wbote memoriae erta yti
? '. . .. a- a.kl.ilaaBM faABB -a.k.1 ..!.
haUBt " ! uiaaBaai stvme w.aa. .vvawv
did our nation. In It acanlng death tkroti,
rata additional aad new fouad power! It waa
fh table toaa of th South het vatlaatly
authad to lb retaue, aad but for their Intra
uldliraod ardaat daring many a Northern
rotlde would aalt to-day paternal countel
PsV.i JP tba fact tbat tb colored
caves to tba noble womca of Ww Eng
raea
aa to tna noDie woman oi niw uinni
aad tb Hiddl State ma oa whoarthey lean
today forAV-"tF"'- 1IV M,T ot IV
rac.lheaelarcniatlreiof then mm on th
field of kaHla-iiatp lath couatleta grarea of
tbIBOUU. Al U.niiumiii v..-.r. ..
.-....,! Aaarl Alidad BOBBE tOdfT.
mighty vota,lliukt0 4hrabiaffof amightr
wind, would Aomaip from 1 boa tepulchral
ViBBa v e..
ftomeii inuit "JttuV..HVwVmC7C:t
-".V S."i." .Vo.-ffi" Ah.elr V thlaa lhal
Infl oi tnvti
IhTi QUtetloa
v. " rr. . i .iir. lad ...1. )..-
01 aaaiaiveav.'-. mea. eeiesye y .la
(
Hon for laaioyat paiiy-iuiiiwui(i ia
It legal tec ham aii tie, npo.m wouia eeaie to i
L..ii.ia ia abb tiMinrlalnna tar thalr Inalanl ra I .
til? . N.m..la aaara lat.lll. Ihn tha rl.aah I ll.Vful nn nath branTlary lU NBW lOrltl
peiaoinlloa of thei.irr of Hie Oode walte I and, adding beastly cowardice and brulteh.
Ur hour ol dlretul i.lilhullua VI e ar. told I ..,! hi. dlibonesly, le discountenanced
lhat al ao dUlaat day a ireat upini;, .( the "" D? ' "' hjoifiSre for hte frequent
a..rle.B peop I. will deaiead Aat Eooe re- !I,K .T. "VklcUnga of a wife who.
aanatruatiOB tmsi uddiiui iuiii ana i
hlailadforerer from tha aaaalaof Ualalativ
etmat. I liulr. tlr,ll thla delay In af.
fording protection lo tb loyalUtc ef the Btate
of Ocoigladoea aot lend an uacomfortabl
IgBlSeaney to tklc botctlag r wltb which
we viiiiBini wiiiT lapvrtioua ai vs.,
for It I at true la legttlatfoa at la phytic,
that tha longer we procraitlaata to apply tbt
proper r media tb moi tkroalo becomccth
malady that w k to beat
"Thla4 wiaUtacb
Aldtr wltkrirraaaaBllblawa.
Her faaUr'dmamkera meat ba laaa'4
Ua'e a bad cargaaa lhat far P7 P"
Itllbf
ioiKwi-f.lb,bni aBd,r dtbete ae tead
i2rV'i,J?l!lm or ,n "tlBt Irfelale
luwlhh??rJ.,l,.V b""ret pSnibf. ro
!; !" ,,'8.r' ' lh eaee.wblah ao nrxeatly
.i.iyi.ur prom pi aatloa
wiS hlfa"i?I ihl.,.?iV,".b,rlIIOTt " etloa
tT2SUinib?r,Jf,.BJ!l0rlt'8 1h1 roattru
tloa policy of thla UoBfrcia. la the ntaU or
0"1 " obj.et waa to iVltUbfthaballSt
pfhrwholpooplftwhtlaBdeolored,whther
"i. "P"1" 10 anunoa a eoaraatloB,
which thoaid fram a eonititutloa for iif
xorerameDtla thaintala A wttii al.aa Af
h population declined to take aaypart la
thealei(orh Thvoteiit at that electloa
renreieoted ao.ooo while aad tojooo colored
cltltroaorthaNtal. Il waa a najorlty.too,
ofthorcxlilcrtdrotff. and la eomeMaaae a
ooarentloa wet ealled A aumbar oftbe dolo
(klct who formed that coBTtatloa war eol
ored lit lit authorlfr a toaitltutloo wie
ta. ana nexieoaad lo tboeo lately la armod
llfoaalltbaprlvlleteaof lttrrqlrmaU.
ill eoattltutloa wa aubmltted to the peo
tf tha Htata tor tatlflaatlnn tCaava arTatt
wbleb human laceoally could call lato raqui
tltloatodareBtrukdoptloa wtt reiorted to.
Th loyal population of tha Blata waa via-
uiivu.,BBUDMiwi(aiianaiax in aetarmiaa
tloa or tomo to defeat thoeoeitltuttoo, that
tamo a laaa aought uadar Itaprovuiattoao
tura tbe nonlottlou for all tb oOla wlthla
tha lift artha peerltia aunbrwredrtariti
alaatad ai aounir oOlaara aad maaibora of th
f leneral At iambi r Under tha authority alrao
by tho att of Uonxrattor JuaaiiellU, th
LeitiUturathue elected eonreaedoa the 41b
ot July of th earn year, to Atlanta. Tha act
of (Joogreit to which I refer rfnraed rtalo
qualintallODt, which wer demanded from all
praooa who werato hold ofTlio in tbe retoa
ttructed Statct Aricraomedlay,arolatloa
wae adopted by th Lrgtilalur of Uaortla,
declarloa; that that body wat duly qualified i
and thut bcfao tb tlrll gorrromeet 1b tho
Btate ratea and harmony teemed at laal to
Jar met together, truth and juttle to hare
lued each otbr, Ilut their rla watf
abort duratloa Ily aod bj,th rtcoattrue
tloaaitaofOoagrcibcaa to bequeatleaed,
aod It waa alleged that thay war uaeOBitlttt
t Ion at And tho aLegltitture, which waa
altcted under tbo com motion framed aod
i up ported by aolored mn,daetred thai a maa
having more than an eighth of African blood
lahlarelaawaalaellRlbl to emeo or a mi
lath Lcgltlatura of tho State of Utergta.
Thue rerr men to whom th Bapubtiaaa
party exlaBdad all tha right aad prlvllax
eltUeoiLIp, whom they war empowered. If
deemed expedient, to eut off forevtr from
luehbeneflotat grantt, trcr faa aarato deey
political equality to a Urge majority af their
Illovr-ltiiai
la th moalb oi BcpTcmMr.lHB, iwaatr
atght membera of tb Legtalatur war ea
palled from tbat body, and upon the attump
tloa of theatrangaaad tlartllng bypothoala
Juit meolloaad, tbay eontlaued to ltglalaU la
opin violation oi idi eoDatiiaiiaai aoaiBveaa.
ttltutlon laqulrad by It ptovuiena tb oataa
Ilthnaot of a tyatam ol free acboola auab
trovltloot were wholly abortlr. Indeed a dead
all.v Ia. hmhs .aiawa aal .till. kail Till aatarta
at iar, ai ! ao nr aa luwnu . wu.
r(araeu wrri aaBiniicaa nvtiHvi jueno.
Aad bar aa llluitrallOB,prbapa,wlll tb
batter glr point to my latt remark. A eaa.
tahlah an laa-Al.aJ Ike anaatloa whtbr
or boI a entered maa waa ellalbl to one of tba
eouaty offleaa, waa takea before th Superior
f Inn 1 1 aaarl f ha India UnOB th bench renarkod
aablaJuJlalaloplBloathalamaaofoolorwae
not entitled to bold offle I am told, alr.that
th aolored maa it a graduate of Oberlln.wble,
and ler-eJ wltb boner aa a eommltiloaed effl-,
ter la tb Uatoo army during th lat war. Il
aay oommeol Beaded la tht boly upa utb a
OBdittoaiof affalri la the Statf Ueargle.
Bir,itrottai .mm
Tbea,afala,tkt facta wcpraatd fee
tka alm oaalderatlou r Ooagrtaa la lb fol
lewlef Deeember, aad th reaultot their 4.
lieAaiTla.ak aw.ua k. aaa if la the ratMirt Ol tlil'i
Oommlttee oa tka jMdlelary. toward lha
loa or January of lat year Omrr-ti t)k'
ao aetloa to remedy tbla note of t
ald tha people ot ueorita la obtaining tba
people oi
tlghta clearly guaranteed to in era oy me pro
Tliloat ot thir Sttta eoaitltulloa. lo lie
embcr lait. at th aaroett racommeBdatloa of
10 rreBiaania mi bbi ui mi a m ! .
waa adopted It provided for tho taamb-
llng ot tbe parttee daclarad to hate baaa
elected by the Oeaaral eommaadlag that 41
trltt of tbe rtatoratloa of the expalUd mam
brorthLglltur, and tb rrjcclloa of
dltqaaliaed volera by that body The preeea
Lac lalalur of Ueorgla baa adopted tb four
tea nth and Oflecnth amendment t to tha Ooa
ttllBtloa of tha Ualted Siatei, aad tb fuada
mental aoodltlont required br Iba act of Juae
U.14C4 Th rraonatructad ntata of Ocorgla
bworera hereelf, through U OHUtaitaa.
Ur elected Seaatort, aa meat and fit for tbalr
raaogaltloB aad admlttlon tirtbla Coagreaa.
Ibar tbo rapidly gooa over tb alitor y of
lb ".att whlcb ha Iraatplrjd U tb8tat
or Ueorgla till I bar com totholeglalatloa
oftbopreieattlma. Th Uommlltee u iR.
o..truttlOBlatbaothrIUu..pr.par
rreicoieu a Diapro.ui iwhh....... -.
hStaUooilmlIrgrouodilothoioawhleb
ABU IITIiai. waiw aeuvvn
ctlntbaUnlOB Anamcadrntnt,
1 laaa vaeir P" '""" ".. r".hVuomia aad
. iV. laemail th Bialvtll Ml th
I.gltlalure who hav io rtceally quaU&d for
Vf'lraad Juit r-gnltloo by Ooorrett. tha I
eaplrabefoi Ihey bar P1V,?1!,'tt"
. -.f ti vaara under the UOntlltUtlOB.
Aralnrthla amendment ieke to retala la
ode wkelber approved by lb Legltlatur of
the State or not, Ih Judge who bare daelared
In oppoiltloo to tb Oonatltutltw and the law
... itiaaiii. .rniortlt at Iftaaltbar
lite a dlttlnctloa at to tao aad color, to far aa
civil aad political rleht ar ourad. If
there b bt meaalag la th word of th oa.
tltution oi tnat otm. no ittB" .- ....
tloa aa thla ealtttt ant !'. 1 am a loit to do
tarmlo upon wha fc.v.andiwaralldupo
to hedge la by Ooogrctilonal enaclmeal aBy
publl aerTaatwho may ttlll giro ulUraa to
:.... .u, rhtahari ntrt aad oar! of
the ffel elvllUtloa pf our republic If the
Lerliiature ot uorii ,... ..,,...
proper to plow in noaltloac of truit tidft;
ipon'tbllltr ma oV tt.lt hchool of potltUat
thouiht, wrtalnlr I "b" aat off.r oa objae
tlon. liut Ut that Irfglilatur aaiurno tba
rUk,aittli tttlru proTlne. anaieill aiao
bear tbe coaiequencet ...
Idooot believe that It caaba proved that
tha Htale of Ucort la htt over beca bavond tha
control oftbe rcoattructlOBtawiefUoagrcia.
nor tnatano obb er imvtuw i.uj .....,
.ta... tlalnriAf antltlcd tO tCMCieotatlOB
alacehcrlmpoleatetrertttopromoUreballleoi
aad thai therefore, wbca tha act now under
.AtnMaratinn. and tirooer r amended, thall
bare beta adopted, tb governmtal of tbat
Slate, aod tba Legltlature or that State, will
atcr upon tb term or ode will iiume
the power for good, and right, aad juatleo
whtca ar preeerlbed in lha eonctttutloa of
that Stattt and lhat under tb elroumitaocae
tha Seatta will not deny to the loyal moo o
Qeorglath recognition of their recent vie-.
' .i. i.-.I..IUIV...i.aliilr.
AN BOW, air, I. I'rutcn -) . -. .. - .
aod human rlihti, afalnal , any aad every at
tempt to fetter the htnda of one hundred
thouiand white aad colored UUAtot th
Stat of Ooorgla, Sir. I now Uava thlt qu ac
tio to tho eoacldcratlon of thlt body, aad X
wltb my lait worde upon tba great Uaaea la
TOlved la the bill before ut,tobo nyaolema
aad earorit demand ftr full and prompt pro
tection fer th bclplett loytl people of Geor
gia I appeal to th legliiauve e seat mania oi
tbla (Joogrcti, and aik. If now In the hour
Willi a reeoniirucica oiii " p
porMftbli Seaata, which hitherto bat doe
nobly, aball betltat longtr. Idonot,Iaa
nt. bellev that thlt a mead meat to th
Oeorgla bill wilt pan For remember, air,
that ' He who permit opprattlon ebare th
crini - .
Jorx vTtlkea Cowhtded.
At about 2 D.m. veiterclav. while Mr.
George Wllkee, editor and proprietor of
nVkfi Spirit of th Timer, wae walking
leleordy down Broadway, near Toarl atreet,
be wa balled by Major William W. Leland,
formerly of tb 6.. JulUn hotel. Tbe major
approached Mr. Wllkee and aaked him wby
an uncomplimentary allutlon bad been mada
lo blm (the major) in TK$ Bpint ofiM Tim
Of tbe 13th Inat. It la not known poaltlvelv
what reply waa made by Mr. TTllkee, bnt It
la aeppoted tbat he did not make a aatlafac
lory explanation, for tbo malor, without
mora ado, ralaed hie cane and brought It
down with tenia, force upon tbo head or
Mr.Wilkee.
Tn n tnnmnl a larue crowd collected, and
Mr. Wllkea, hla faco bloody from tho wound,
raa Into Ibe dry goode ettabllthment next
to tbe corner of rear! atreet. Major Leland
punned blm and repeated tho caiilgatlon tn
tbe i tore, breaking the caaa over hla vlcila'a
bead, but an officer of tho Broadway equad
had by tbla tlma arrived and took tha Major
into cttaioay. ur. wnxtiTcriuea wraaxe
any charge agalatt Lie Miillant, and tba
latter waa relcaied.
Tha followtog are tha wnrd to which
Major Leland took exception. They occur
In an editorial la Mr. Wllkee paper oo the
13th InatAnti
"Major William W. Leland u a noni
la addition logins adorned by every wo
manly virtue, hat borne blm aeveral child-ren.i-AV
Tork rrtftaae, 10.
A BBiaHTltttleglrlof thirteen, at German
town, 1'., while endeavoring to tnaatera
difficult let toa at her home, a few evcologa
ago, waa anddenly aelaed with brain fever
and fell helpleae npon tha floor On tha fol
lowing mornlog tbe died. Many "bright
little children are aeverely Injured, If not
killed out tight, Ijy over-etudy.
Pxtholxoc tcriHorv I- b
riuod,
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