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C00MR LITIMIB, AaatloBMr G OTMSWin BALI. BVUIV K. F. ABBA. t,() OVflCBlfP f OF IMT1.T!EMIIA. I KICHMOaD. Vi MfkB,H0 I win a ai ii paaii hiuii.m imviii April A. lSN,at 10 a. m tk foftawlBf pablla Daiiaiaca ai ihbiiih.i U Oaa Vrama BaU4iai. M br W. Oa riABi BalUlBf. M br II, f tUry. OarraaiBaiUlBC.rS2.lAtorr. . , , HaarnmaBallalar. idOb TO. la aaria.1 Atari. Tar ma i Cab1aDaiU4 ktaUa aarraar.B Ik iil f b1. with 4pall l taa par aal. Iron ah prkaaar fr b batUlat wbaa alrach ff rartkra4ltloBama4kBwaatttmar aala Br Brvt UaJi OtMniOO. StZ'4 GamUtlar. ... "ABLT , BapartBUaiaalof BJaMlloa, Bartaa !L,V.aa4 A. aa4, Bialft Vf VlraiBlft.. VALLEY FL0UB. WbAfkUil1rkA4i:alUAl br4af fLOUB fraai lb Vallar r VUaJbI. f 41fftrtal era iraai wt . jioob, wr.nDEanuttx aco, K. PrlA atil, AlaiaaJrla, Yft, HklT 1r 1M WHOM IT HAT COMCEHH g rik alia f B saiarr atrl.alwsaa Sliktk b4 II alb aa4 Boaaiarr atnat. s4JsIbI Ik flvla KIBia BBS vnniuT arat. jBtaiB ! aaaf Uaaal PlMabBl, All KftrtUa blMllaA' U li riiiiliirit lulaia Lbaba aollaa. rniM imiii 9 HI ibabdToil, f wrbliai U ib of lb 0aral taa ar Aon Maiaiaair raaeaairBiii aaj Hiii ibb viaDiiaiaaroi JOHN SAUL fapatrsltr (Alii lb Altaatlsa f Ib PtblUU la tlaaalt jartna f OAK DIM ARD ILOWBAaBBDri wilfh r tkta himi ttlkl tqaalliy PranbUioag sipcrlaaa l kh 4 tr4s sad tka a4a a r a-a f w SALT! SALT! SALT!!! Wa kTft a kAi4 Ail Art Jkllf zpiatlaf ptt Batii UBRMiHOI All Afollaspplr( GROUND ALUM AND FINE SALT DIBBOT FROM LITE SPOOL. Wa bat aUo rail iapplr of TURK IBUBD SALTUSton. W Vr ba At t arr Uwaat Baikal raUi, Ail ask WaaklBaioB Aaalara tall a4 a balar parvkaalBf Uwkar. UOOB, WKUDERnCRN a CO., V a PalAi Alrl, AWiAkdriA, Ta. abU'dlw GOVT IIAUNIMN, WAGONtf, aADUXilM. Ac. 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Oaraalaiaf, A4 Atkr b.44 Af laau. wuksrarfiblaf panalalai taiha Bar.arj aIb. all almwaiawprt JOIIH AliAflUlBaraalhal, abll 04ei Qpa.UU.l Pa'aalOfl OAL10F ORDKANCBBTOKR. OrrtoaV I Oadiiici AiFicr.l CotBBiop Uftcaroi AfftUAaiaatBiat. I (tlABOaOBOBBIBDI. U BOX till, I BaAlal propoaala li dapiunt will b rrlTM Al tbta ottca ailll lb Ou dap ft April. W, all 'lack.p m.forik parcbaalac, iallrarabla at tkap-iat wkratorr4. kfUowla(BAatalOrd a vapaiiBisBi rrTa lacmai i rajaal ail blda aal d md tatuf.aurr. Trtaa, ik U 0t ! i fBiaa.ua Pr , oa tka dap Jf aaU, MO. 'ai9l4fr wbaa lb prsparlr la ,lTftr-d..Tblrtr dan will kaallawad Tar Ik Spfiotal Hotlcet KH LIBHIOH COUPAlfT'i BJ. IZXJ TRACT or MBATataaraacraat 0BiBp fBdoialaa1a h)taflaf aad axrallta a9oklAK NAcanla wltkBl IbftelaaalBt f Raro Lltblf. iklAflo' aadsr Mas Paiua kfr. daiatal. J HlLHAU'i aOSB. JaM tawtf . .l3Braa,. Bw Ttb. PrnMiMiAUsaui.uKrrcoDMVBii Z& OIL, wlik bpo-pboiQlt f Umwt ft (rtallupraanaal nada wlihlba brttotlkaowa. t aatla a)aap wltb pltaaaal larar aad saap dllMltbUtr. Bold br All rarelabU drntttala J. HILIIAb,J RUHB. SM21 ZAWIr 183 BroadwVi nw IIB. 3JT- AUROLUTH DIVOIIOUN M. f lJlrbialBd lA Haw lrk. ladlaaa, II II a at a aad vtkar Alalia, for Pra froni aa tat r alrr ! Trtwba ! daurtloB. draaktBaaaa, aoa aaporl.r , alal eaa a pabllcUfl as bia afttlt dvrta sblalaad. "vr"'- """"v:;;,-.7rw.'..-'.'" whir - . . . TB Bam- , - Trk Cilr, tSTi atliatoafPr t Brar, 341 paaylTaat Afaaa AT Iralf kallaa that ha rata a araat mil tkal bar fA4 a rHf alaawhar H a b ratlp tltd an at ttMl aipaa, a plaadld r wblak b la praparadlotraal allcbrsat dl , Aad will KAAraat a rl rluf aad a ear la all Brabla Ha baa arparal dapatl aia'r jaaia iiiiniiiutXAii naia, 07 raaaa Tlmttl.lh.Urlti of all Thins trroH Tiuurr tkhm-s PBRBY DiVIS' I'AtN KILLBB. Ualiaal)al4 la arary TarltpttfatlraU. aid by alB.Mi-rr aalta kaswa i rtaiaa Ilia ia Bita-nt caia caaipaaia aa iaiiaiiai frtaad f lb BiUal(ary d lb tatlr, a aa4 laad. Bat aaabaU trrl e ftir Lakaa r Bltarswltkoalll , Itlaaanaadr sad aara ra ad fj haf at. kldA. ala, bralaaa. w ivad Abd vrl(iaa atfcariaiirl a. aa wll aa f r rifMaUrr, dlarrba aa I bflW.I n' plaiaia rally, aad I adnirly alia4 lor iti j ra vi aav ib iaai is f iob a aara ami) fnraad cat iha nPil. Xlilar. aa naay wnha aoatraaia ar itanpd I baatdAtbi(rAtitpilatkB f tkla yalaabl a.4Uik rOirAMftaiar aipiat b tiatll Prl5cl., A0ts,,.wd t usr DattU Avid br Il McdiaiB Dralara , aaktl la EP-' BllflXlSO ILOWLV,- UlaaaasB Ibalnrot-m rapidly to ft trlala ara a 1 tb o1 y I b d rail ad Caattrerdry 4a t Wail a tra Aa aaddaaly a a Ural a llibtaiaf. bat aalaaa tmiUl, II 4'alisya It a MriAli'ri Aid la Ilk B,Aaar abroad dablllly, allbABf It 4 aI kill wlik lbwl laaa f yal law fatr, la aar t aip lb aprlaax f llf rtataally aaaay aaU4lBa. If laArtkad b lBliraiiBCB.a4lAUa Tkr It aalblalB aiprlkly isaaklB; la tk apa aala at pr.- tar 4 aar Laffar. palivr. Maalaltoa.oapr laaf aplrlta. aad a dlalaa afar irtla. aictia r4laap at aplsnia. aad tbay biara biprnraptly as-t by waUirMliaaBi, Tb bat 1st t(raataaa Bbllataallbaiaaa adittaird la a raa -t IhUkladl-HOATKTTBVlllTuHAOH BirTBKI ThBilaiaUila(prlBAtplf ikaprparallarfiaa lb dornaat arl f if aya'-ia aad tb atraaf baalac aa ntaUtlar proronl lit a praiBaai aad k aliafal tvpaU I tb yllal far lka brwainttatrf play Tb fall at apt 1 1 la rawka4, tb rttaa f dtiaatlo aad Mttallailoa ar qaltkaaad. laa qaliiy f tb bln4 la tiaprta4, ih -rMIsa ba raa Inor- aata i. aa vrr orita iiai eoainanuai ta BBBtlahaaaBl ar ha lit aiaia- ailarall taaa By lba aaa lb rp-tt f tb pay! al atractar la faid aad tta bral n aal ifr raamrwd (a ! fdl aie baa thaWa! eatprAllitsflk Bltiarab rama Mar kid aad atr klaaifaa la lkaakrcUrti4 by isaarald blllty aad aaryaaa vrpatratia Ladt affrtUd wllb tbatcallmaalBfad la IhU "t wbalca'iB of all toalri aadttrraaitrra tka aaral aad aaraai taaaaaof ralUf lUalroai Isiaa or aad piwr laattalr. fcbt tb aalfoiw ttlBioy f ais i wiiaaiiaa a.ai-oji 53 111111 AUIGULDK!t COD L1VKII f-r nil. nr a raiiasia, ssibiip in.Bs fraab aad baatki llrara, aad BBaarr4bv aa y. r-..., ww ... n -.. j .-"A---"- m.i fawlf 11 Rrw Haw Tr - a,f a KiuT apituit Til Ail PIIUV. ISC? lliKBLBOAlLt- i0T, MAHTH . Iftft Dr. ra la-ffMllaaT WABdarfal ai8 lalbt Illy W aaa lb ai,l raltAbba to'llamay e t ta aktll la tb baatiat Art, aad I' wwarla a m ajavi w ao' aviiau iaawii lb aacaa wblak ba alUad4 bla prefaaalaaal rtaatBahkaabBbar Dr faay-a'ar f-AB-aatpaisB, fttatUrlBX, SiB3arit. PawaU Weak, Pllaa, D (. Laa af Vala, T Urrb, Blladaaaa, ui all Lb M.I Dli'lHl Wa adrla all wb ar ta aasd of a pay alta to call apaa klM.aabUiapataiUa lafgaaJadapoaptaay alraaalniUaaaloAacara'.1' --A- ... By aplar4Bt. DK PASTOS wlHrnuala a a til April lal. aad p-lrt-tp a loagar Br raaraaftbVoiBdat 1800 0 atrsat. bl-B TblrtMBtkaad P-arUxatk, Waklaila, D 0. naiarai t a, tMitri, u-vmi inr, w ral MrMi tbirUa aad a-kalf aad Par lira K O. Loaf, fl B. Coraar Twalfthaad a trsata, aad aikara ai aw a b d raat !? tr tkl Bki raaiady, rronptd by adaalr I aalltb affllalat aad afurtaBal. 1 will aaad !Baiaipror prapriai a a aad Aft-)op.l : PA'AAa A4drA Opticiant, rniiB EYESIQIfT accurately rurted lui7A ie6W or other SpcctacUt, and cheaper than tliewhtre. H.U.1IEUPLER, Optician, National Hotel Stereotyping and Electrotyping 1TJKRAT dfc WATNE, Htrroi7pr mU Clclrt7prat B7B PvBAT1,TAA1ULAtRVs piNTiaft Hint iT.ndiL uktal rtTRKl TORE, aad a aaasral MNtiaut sf BUSINKEA ,11 I, .,, IBl.ai,AJ va-a PI mating tad On-Pitting. BROWNE &POWEH. PLVHBBDB AND OAH-riTTEBH, AVP PIAtllB IP tin Han x t urea, V 3 Blalk iiri, biwai D aad Batraata, aTBoi aaaala for Aloti'a Clbratd T aba 11 OvaaKaaaaa. laid Special Notice. RQBEItT FULTON & CO., 314 HlHin ITBZXT, 0twt.n D ilrtlt ..4 rinoijlT..!. Tf ant , H4T. TtM.lly H4. timilV tfrtlUtsU fI LOANING MONEY ' 0B HercbAMMlUe or Kverj Daierlptlwai AT Til LOWrST RATES. IDMI Of 11,000 AHD 0TIB AT M FIB 0) AT. Op BTB1T DAT (taidAfi ieapU4) fro0 ft. aa. . tsf . am. Ei,r.r ,,r c,,'t," u" "T,,n.lA COffBT, TlfllU pit OP AiARCll, a :v. Uimi. a ll ItM. that lh AaUadaal. klarlLa liataa. ataaa narappAraatp Is baaradbrla 3 aar bafar tka lrt rut day ocaarrlaf faMy aya aftar tbladay otbarwtt lb anwlll ba proilad wIikaalataMofdafABll, KA.VViT.M n j. mho.. BtklT-WAA w Oark. apBWKBTIIlfiAUTa AND WtVKS. BmIATI POn iTAVBO MB J, oa ItarU aaJ W4dadLir-b4aBitaaftilbacr,BBdiBaJra f Ira Harrlai wlik aa Urp al far tbot h artlakip war aaftd'dfar niAiHmaBlalbipptBsaa. B-ai?r LaaTdSTPlrT Addrwa. imWABP AUOOIATIOB, Bos IV VfeladalpblA. Patrl TAata - jatT g4072 gfA CARD-A Clrff;majBt ivblla la r14lBUlkAaaria Mlaalaaaryt laMTrdftaafaAdaiiapl rawady tor tkaear sf naryoaa Waahaaaa, Barly Daaay, Dlacsa f ikaurlatryaad Aawlaal Uifin, aid tka wkal Irala f dtor4ara arsaihl aa by baaafal aid Lrlaaa kahlta Uraat hankiii baas aara warraa war (, l,,l ,.pUr...ta. Jl.1,,1,,-,,.,, DaBMBB.Wlkarll,,( 4. tafaadaaia. 1 m . . 'BtrT'V' a' 'U tM llftAl lb iafaadaat. Martba B. BiavaBa. aayiBf baa ra. laraad by Iba bjaj.bal of Ik JU trial T C-UaU IhataAcaaaolladBAiddaraadsAL Martba HBia. raaa. wvllf aapUlaaala, by Willi ana J Uiiiav. tkalr aallallar. ll la ordaiaJ lata lih in nt NAVT DBPARTHBBT. , fiOAiAj; or Jiiba ab Doeil. 1 Tk Ha for trlf Ib( pr .ptiaala far PUatfaa; eaik," aaliad for by AdTattlaaiaaaj fiwta Ikll Araa.dala( DlnmUl h .IWO.Ia liarab iiadd I 11 a a Iba Ittik day f klarcb, wi, at wblcb lla taak Ban Aa aay bt ,"fJJU f JJ'Uii"-' fiW-TM CkTifftt-BartAft. Tlin MITVATlOSr. Ita ComplfB.tl-.-Thlr Orlsln An4 BlolMllwa, KtTbtBBA 0. TnsCORITITUTIOHALtfsW BTATIS WhAt ll iBeADtbjtbelraJtTiIiito't Ma (A fit Ion Not, cerUIolr. the lams Mng ai would baro ben the acceuton of OanadAf or an other coloor, Mprorltlodbtha Artlolos of Con federtllou For, It matt bo remembered, tho Uoloo prior to, and unier that confeJ e ration, wai rerolatloaarr In tti almt anil tateottoof. Caoada.ai well ad tho other colonic! thertla refer red to. hadRteparate colonial exUtence, and were out of It. They wera Invited to coma Into It by Join Id; to lha meaanreo of the alreadr United Slated in acMeilng their Independence of the parcn power Ther declined, and were inert rori exeloded under the new oooAtltntlon. Dot Uwai not ao In regard to tho New Btati prorlded for by that organUm- Their late exUtence wai not yet area Inchoate. Tney were to be created, by Coogrew, under tbe con i motion, at pledged by the raigu tracy of the Union ta the Continental (Jon jr,ref, and under the confederation. Trior' to their creation a great dnty devolved upon, the Congr? it ai tbe corerning power of the Union, which doty was attorned by tbe General UoTernrnent under the conledera lion and guaranteed, at we hare toon by tho ordinance of 1787, which gutraoteo wai again aad UiUngly reaimred, and lit per formaneaanderuken by the new government under the Federal Conitltnllon. Thlt duty preenppoaed their oorroal exlit ancela tbe Union at forever a part of Ut territorial poetlont. It lmpoied the dlt potlilon, care for, and management of the raid territory to that It might en ore, ai pledged, for tho common beuefll of the Uni ted fiutet. That )t might o tnrveyed, laid out, and tcttledi and that Ut letilemenli might, bo encouraged, fostered, courlthcd and protected, to grow up Into Intelligent eoraronoUlcis pottetetng the capacities and appliances of well ordered republican ma ttldpalltlea. In dae time they were to come forward aud take tbe poaltlon and enjoy tho independent powers of Statit in tkl Union, under a Bute eonitltatlon and government framed,each by the people Inhabiting tbeixlni thereby and tbereuodcr aitumlng to exer clac, and forever thereafter to enjoy, wltbln certain denned pretloctt allottod by the Cou (firap, (Adiomd rlghtt ot frtt4omt towtrttgnty and l"dep4ndtnela thtlr local admlolatra lion, jurlAdlctloo, and laws, as thi original StaUt tnjoytd in thtlr pneint$. At the batlt of this tutelage and protec tion we have the laid ordinance or 1787 by special enactment of the Congress, made aad declared lobo In conformity with tbe CooiiUutloo! and thereafter, la forth r and Unit Msn-anc), tbeewrfA. mtltU of tbe Con stitution Itself, and under ll the Territorial governments thereafter established par Auant thereto. Barely It reeds no fartbsr en iborttjr to show the exeluitre and restrictive application and references of this pbrale ofogy as uied lo ihlt provision of the Con stitution. Mark again lit tlgnldcance. Il was, at we have tbowo, the old Government, the sovereignly vested In tho magistracy of the Continental Congreai, to wblch this terri tory was ceded, and lis cession then pointtd to a particular thlng and the rcaolotlous, and pledges, aud counsels of that Congrcsi In reference to It, pointed lo the same par tltvUr thing. It was designed to meet a then "present emergency, and ootblug more," and that particular thing wai to con samite a perpetual union of ibe colonies at free and Independeut Stales, under the proposed "Federal Alliance" and that pres ent emergency wai the onaommatton of their Independence of Great Britain, and tbe security of their natlimal and State lire. It was for these objects that these cesilons of territory were made and they were made wllb tbe understanding and (A pUdgt, that the General Government of the union, or the New Sovereignty under the Constitution, should and would take the guardianship of said ceded territory ( and should and would tee to Itt occupancy, protect, promote, and nurture tbe growth of Its settlements and, In process of time, should and would carve It out Into so many distinct mnnlclpatUtee. which should be formed Into elate organlza lions, and, by tending their delegttet to Con gress, and forming fur themselves a perma nent state constitution and Eorcroment, take their position in the tald TKU union, atnt, lotftrttan. and Indmndmt fttattt. "on an laual footing with (As" (thirteen) "original Statu in out Tiipetu wncuwmr,- Tble was the covenant, and this the res ponsibility, wblch originated the clause in the new constitutional organism, via I AavriCLH IV "New Slates may ba oAmlt UJ, by the Congress, Mo (AH t7n.V'and this alone was lit extent and lit Intention. Tbe uew Government, under thlt new Con stitution, was charged wltb, tho fulfill men t of this pledge of the old Government, tbe performance of this muoldcent and momen tous trust, and thus, and thul only, by tho creation aud admlsilou of such new States. Into a Slate communion wllh the original States, could tho covenant proffered by the Continental Congress, aud sealed by tbe people and Btatea which ceded the territory, be redeemed by the Congress under tbe Constitution. It might ba a work of mapy centnrles, who could thea say I Ilowconld ti have been conceived or proposed, how undertaken or accomplished, but on the theory of the Indissoluble solidarity aud perpetuity of tbe Union, and the equally Indestructible or ganic life of theButetcoraposIogltT lUn-e we demonstrate the affirmation that the Dotty of the national character.and the par amount supremacy of tbe national govern ment of the confederacy styled tub Uhitid Statss or AuiaiOA.as well at tbo Inde structible orgaolo life ofthe original States were alike easeatlal to Its performance. On any other theory tbe creation and ad mission of such new Stales Into tbe Union wat an Impossibility. On any other theory their creation and admission to an inde pendent State position In It would be bat another name for Itt dlcaolutlon and disin tegration. The actt of CongrAt making them States, and conceding to them Bute precincts, State privileges, State rights. Bute lodependeocei aye, and crowning all these oven with a State sovereignly within the limits, becomes an act of political sui cide. The new States become polltleal par rltidtM. What, Invest tbo national sover eignty with tuch clear, precise, and posi tive powers of self perpetuation, aud at the same time reserve to each and every of lti Slate offiprtng, or to any number of them combined, apart from tbe rest the right and power to immolate ll on lit own altar by a simple act or ordinance of secesiloo, or a resolution of disruption, or whatever legis lation of Congreis, even dt creel og the sao i Idee I What Idlotcy of ttatemanthlpl What mockery of sovereignty! What itoltlQca tlon of the patriotism and political sagacity of the far seeing founders of this great Re public 1 Thus have we shown that this phraseology of the Constitution wat limited and restrict ive In lit Intention and reference!. That It does not refer, and wai not Intended to refer to territory, or to Slates formed out of terri tory, "not then known or claimed to belong lo the United Blatet In common," or to tome of tbe original States la leveraltyi and In this demotstratlou we see how It was that to thtptopU Inhabiting In ihcA Urrltory atom ptrialntd 1A totutltuthnal right, at inch time and under inch regulations at the Congreis should prescribe to organ lie a State govern ment, lu order to share with the original States a similar State position In tbe tald Ton Ubiob) or, Bt tbe covenant of the Con tinental Coobtcii aud the "ecfcblloir acts." to called, have It, la stand Arrrfn at original mrinctrr, "on an r?ua j owing wun iti oriJl nal Statu In all rtiptctt uAariomr" Instil, equal In their CongrenloBal representation, their Indestructible State caoacliles. rlfhta pf local Jurisdiction and franchises, as also In their relation! of t object Ion aud allegiance to the Dftframntint aimrmiv and amlnant Jurisdiction of the General Government of jug union. Ana mis, in One, wo conclude is all that la. comprehended la the phrase ology thai "new Slates nay be admltttd by the Congress Info lAls Union. j, evidently polniatonoorlglnof such thtlr creation or muuy.iua m presupposes, or concedes, or In cludes any right of secesstou. disruption, or expulsion therefrom. (be proceisof Irani formation from a ter ritorial to a Bute organism It not, nor wat ll Intended to be, a revolutionary process. The people Inhabiting In such territory do not and cannot thereby become absolved from their original alltglaoct. to the national tupremacy. They acquire no right to do ctare themselves Independent of lit power, Us Jurisdiction, or Itslaws. exerctsed to pro mote tbo general welfare. They cannot re pudiate Ita sovereignty over them, or claim exclusive sovereignty In themselves. Being originally and all along a psrl Ita territory, subject hitherto lo tbe paramount Jarlsdle tlon of tbe General Government or tbe Union under the Conitltnllon, aud being by lit care and tupervlslon brought from a State of colonial vasialage under the Crown of Great Britain to a position competent to be clothed with State capacities, privileges and "rela tions la the Unloo, lis Inhabitants have BO more right to withdraw from Its Jurltdlctloa at Sraln than they had to rrpadtate their allegiance to It while la a territorial condl tlon. In the one cato It would bo rebcUIoo, aud. In tbe other, though It might not be treason It would nevertheless be disruption. Foe toe y ana ids territory iuey inoaoii turd alteayt (is the Vhlm. The only change they have undergone by becoming States couilsta iq meir new onaracter ana relatione in it, established by a simple change In their mode of political extiienee. ust at iba gaudy bntterOy burttt from the shell of the cbryillls to rejoice In tbe tame great up holding power wblch gives and tuitalnt ItSi uew ut? a, an fciauuu id iu hois won a lar which ll ws bnt latetfsi homble an In-' I habitant. And on the other hand, all tho powers of tho general governmental organism devised by this Constitution are alike and recipro cally pledged to tbe perpetual and Inde pendent organic life of these States. Thus did the confederation become a con solidated an 4 perpetual union of Btalct under tho i 'on .Walton. Thus wa hare tho phraseology of mdmlttAon into thlt Union re lieved of thai complicity which has given to tbe logic of secesttoo, as we!) as to the more modern yet kindred logic of dliruptlon, each Its most ptanstble hypothesis. Thus also, Is It shown, lb At tbe only uew Slates whose probable creation and existence, was rccogolfod by the fathers, and provided for by tbe framers of tbo Conciliation, were Blatet to be formed out of tbe original, or territorial domain of tbe thirteen United States, aod vahln He precincts limited and defined by the dcflelilve treaty of peace with Great Britain, which conceded their Inde pendent national existence The demonilratioQ la Important. Bach hew Stales aloue can properly be called Con it It ttt tonal rwt Hatttf and baring been always la this Unloo, whether existing In a State or territorial capacity, their lo habi tants were a portion of-' Its tht people of tho UnUtd Stain" wbo "ordotnod 'd tttobJ lUhtdtMi ConttUvtlon for" tbe confederacy aijioa "Ant inuia oiojii oj Atntriea." And sost these new mualelpalltiea each arose and grew to maturity, and came Into the national communion of States, they tot thalr teal and pledge to tbe great con ill in llonal guarantee of the lude-iracltde orgaolo life both of tbe nation and tbe States. Each ana an alike depending upon the unity or the natlooal character, aod tbe paramount tupremacy of tbe National Government be yond all power of change or disintegration or modldcatlou, fyi( at provUUd tn their ttruitunt Uttlf. Hence, when tbo last of these new States wat created, and admitted bv Ita ileleralea Into tbe Congreis of tbe United States, and formed for Itself a permanent State consti tution aod government, and thus took Ut position In this union "on an equal footing wllh the original Statee In alb respects what- SOeVOrHhanTBflCOSITITUTIOaiLKATIOVAL uriot, aesigoea oy tuo ratners, received its topmott sfonr, and lArfr wart teas ptrfttid. It stood out tn lu glorious proportions a magnificent and beanlirally finished stroo ture. Each Stale became Vllvely stone," aod the wiiole political body "fitly Joined together and compacted by that which every Joint auppllith, according to the effectual working of tbo measure In every part, made Increase of the body unto tbe edifying of It lelf Into a holy temple" of liberty, and tbe came and ft roe of lit great uatib btjild kis became known, and venerated, boo orea ana turcii ur nil ihn ntin j ppia and tribes of tbe whole earth, who vlewlug tbe Nw Republic In lit solid foundations and lndeitrucilble superstructure, thanked God aud look courage, shouting grate' ORiCBlimfotf.' 11. 8. WjsRimvoir Cnvi D, 0., Hank IS, UTO. Pcrsount. General Jones, postmaster of New York, Is to town. Wendell Phillips bat lately been tttltns to tbe artist William ?g, In New Tork, wbo It painting hit portrait for Theodore Tllton, of tbo InJitwUnt. lion. Oeorge Aahman fell on the Ice tome time ago. and now lies la a very precArlont condition at his home la Springfield, Mais. Mist Anna blcklnson lectured la Cincin nati last Saturday evening to an audience of over two tboutand people. Jim Flak ttya he " don't drink only whet, he can't get tnow to eat." Gongh lectured on "curlotlty" at ritta- burg, Ta, on Monday night r Ned Underbill, formerly of tho New York Trlbunt, and Capt. WagstatT, of New York, are at tho Arlington, Xtr. Alex. It. Bhepherd, accompanied by hit wife, left town yesterday for an extended tour Capt. Eyre, tho drowner of tho Oneida crew, prove! to be a near relative of tbe no torlous Jamaica Governor of that name. At tho end of next month rrl ace Arthur la going to California, aod after another short ttay he It going home to England. Cttlorfd Iqnaltera Forcibly Ilnalel fa Vim-tula HtierliY-Tha ttovrrnor (Jul 14 upon far AeslsCat-ee to PJecl Tli em Fo&TRtia aIosrob, March 33- Yester day morning the deputy sheriff of Elisabeth City couoty went out to the Celey Bmlth farm, three miles from Hampton, to put a man who had bought the farm la possession, but wat resitted by tbo colored squstleri. To-day Captain Pillow, the sheriff, tom moned a posse of about fifty men, and went out to eject them. Tho the riff ballad tbe parly near tbe farm, 'and went forward and reasoned with them In tbe endeavorto make them leave peaceably. Ho found some two hundred men and women, well armed, and therefore concluded It would bo'' folly to attack them. The party retired fc toward Hampton, aud were followed and fired upon by the squatters. Fire or six thott pasted close by the sheriff, but escaped unhurt, and all reached Hampton in safety. He baa called oa the Governor for eislstance. A DkLBOATio of Jurors from the courts of the District of Columbia had an later view with Senator Haoilta aod tome of tbe other raeinbcri of the Senate Committee on tho District, to ask leglslatloa to Insure a higher rate of pay to Jorors. They were advised to pat their wUhei la tbe form of a memorial and present ll for tho considera tion of tbe committee st lti tesilon on Frl dy. , Ho. HiiRTCooriB, Seuator elect from Tennessee to mcccod Mr. Fowler, was at the Executive Mansion yesterday, aod jald his retpecls to the President. UxTirnoRiciL.l.Qit week a cougngn tlon laSau Francisco wcro sieging, "Rook of Ajet, el art for me," and as they were about to complete tbe pe Utlon, ' Lit tn hide myitlf lu tbee," the strata underneath began to heavo and rock, at If there were a prospect of the lm mult ate reallxallou of tbe devout wish Pastor aud congregation rutbed wltb a de vout impulse toward the door, aud evinced In the most unmlstakeabte manner that their desire to have tbe rock of San Fran Cisco cleft for their special concealment was entirely a figurative and metaphorical lm pnlae, wholly consilient wllh a dec Mid f reference oil thtlr part, wltb tbe most In unto preference for abovo ground and open air Ur. Watts evidently ucedt some Mil lion before bo can ho sung la California wlthuftty, 'tfiaiiKCTai Men mu ibpeeiiiori. luTtiut. Ritiivi Ittciirtl feitraj wer. ItM.an.W. Tb, rtccpllon of Mn. Orot jciUrdaj iflcrnooa wn not rerf writ fcUcnded, owing. doqblu to lh f.etlhtt Itwtmot gentr. .11 known. lailfflB Plntlwl nrifiA AnhAftAA lfn.il of Representatives, wat before the Rtcoo I truciloo Committee yetttrday, but no definite-Information lo retattou to alleged out raget in Tennessee was elicited. Auosa tho setsurei reported at tho Inter Bal revenue offlco yetterday wat 700 barrels of whisky at Ban Francisco and the brewery of Setsy & Brothers, at Keokak, valued at 10,000. Taa CoitkfiTTiB o Fobbiob Arriisi yesterday agreed to report General Banks' CobAtwutrantf rciolotioo with a slight but Inrmslerlal mod III cation propped by Mr. Sheldon. Tho reioluiloo wilt bo reported on Monday tit it. , Gim. F. 2. SriHtia enterut upoo his tenth year yesterday as United States Treas urer, and received tho congratulations and Ccsrwlshei of a large number of tho cm ptoyeta la his offlce for hit falare bappl- nest ' NoatiM ATI0R9. Tbe Pretldcnt sent the fol lowing nominations lo the Benato yesterdayi Edward A Brtgdeu, collector of customs, district of York, Maloei John F. Troat, to be first Henttaant of Infantry) Henry G. F.lls worth, second lieutenant In tbe Marine corJM. ArraorRUTiOBi. Secretary Belknap wat before the Senate Committee on Appropria tion, yesterday, la reference lo the appro priation for recruiting In tho deficiency bill. Tbo committee will report tho Indian appro priation bill to tbe Sens to In tbe course of a few days. NatiobalTubatbb. A pluhorlc exche quer was the retail o list ntghis perform aocest tbo National theatre. Mr. Jefferson played last alht with hit oioal vigor, and wat rewarded wlta roaodt or well mtrittd applaute aud hearty laughter. "Rip" again this even'ng. "Tub GfBL,"Hlsa Olive I-ojm will deliver her Immensely popular lecture, en titled as above, la Lincoln Hill, oa Moods evening next,lhe 95th Instant. This will be the eleventh lecture of the Grand Army course, and will undoubtedly attract to tbe hall a large audience. Tickets for thlt lectnre will be pat oa sat to-morrow morning at tbe bookilora of Messcrs. Phllp A So'onoai. Sao adver tisement. Wu. FLiTCnRBjSecreUry of State of Ten nessee, yetterday had an Interview with the President In nfsreuce to the troubles In Tennessee an I the necessity of tending Government troops to the State to quell dlt tnrbancctaodtuforco tho laws. Tbe ques tion was dticoued In tho Cabinet mooting, aod Ills understooi that It was agreed If tho Government was to be depended upon for troops vigorous meataret had belter bo adopted at once to i oppress the lnturre tiontaod bring tho leaders lo speedy Janice Tan CommUtee on Naval Affairs y ester diy, by a vote of seven to three, agreed to report a bill for tbe tale of the Brooklyn navy yard, and providing that tho money ball be covered Into the Treaiuryof tb United Btatea, aad that the material should bo distributed to tho other navy yards throughout tho country. Those voting for the bill were Messrs. Bcofleld, Ferry, Stevens, Hale, Starkweather, Hays and Piatt. Tho three voting agalosi the bill were Mesirt, Ketcham, Archer and 11 sight. Mr. Mc Crcary, the other member of the committee, was absent. Thus the bill comet np for consideration In the Home. An amendment will bo offered to appoint a commission, with the Secretary of tbe Navy al lu bead, to examine and decide whether there Is any necessity for removal, and where the yard Should be located. Thlt amendment wae offered In committee, but It wat rejected. Tn BaILbt ArrAia. A dlipatch waa yesterday received by Commissioner De lano from Deputy Commissioner Douglass stating that ho would to-day forward tbo result of tbe examination of Bailey's ac count i, and give definite Information con cerning their coodltloa. General Pleaian too, wbo bad been confirmed aa collector of tbe Tblrty-tccond district, wat lu consulta tion wllh tho Commissioner yesterday, and tald that he would prefer to enter upon the discharge of hit dalles lo that district free from every embarrassment arising from, toe actlona of tho late Collector Bailey. Tbo merchants of tbat district had undoubtedly suffered much from the aelaorei and re straint which they bad been subjected to, and that It wai bat Just to all concerned tbat aa Immediate lovetttgatloa should be made of the cases pending. He knew that several firms had been forced Into bank ruptcy by tbe suspension of their busloeis. Commissioner Delano directed Solicitor Bmlth to examine Into the facts, and to re lease all property where lafflclent evidence li not ilven to hold lu e Clcrkt from tbe offt'eof the First Comp troller, Fifth Auditor and Internal Revenuo bureau will proceed to New York at once to schedule the assets of tbe office prior to their traoiftr to General Pleatanton, who will not take possescloa until the 1st of April, Tho General left hero last night for New York, aud will prepare his bond without delay. In reference lo tbo conduct of Collector Bailey, la making selsarei Indiscriminately, General Pleasauton says tbat It would bavo been i efficient In llielf to have ruined hit reputation and would have compelled him to resign. FattVi Concirt. Tbe coo certs at Lin coln nail lo bo given by Carlotta Pa til prom Ise lo be most access fol. Indeed, they could not fall to be otherwise. Pattl her self, besides being tho finest vocallit now before tho American public, It a most bean llful worn so, whom It Is positive pleasure to gaze upon. Her assistants are all of ac- koowledged ability R I iter, the plaulit, has given to the world some very floe compost lions, and playt with much taste and ex preiilon. Prarao hat considerable merit at a violinist, and never falls to please. Squires posiesiet a tenor of considerable sweetness, and tbe magnificent basso of Hermans It fa millet to all our musical people. The hours for tho sale of tickets are from 0 a. in. and 4 p. m , at MeUerotl't muslo store. Tbe Richmond U'Atj tbnt tpcakt of Car lolta't concert! In that cttyi " W eaa hut rt-Mho lb ssntlmtnts of our onntamporari-a la praise oi ini lauoua cinit :ii riha alnaa with dalloloua aolrit. aad uith an arahaaaa na-ullarlr bar owa. Har notea, whloh ar par feat aod sxaoI la vibra tion, are navsr nlaacn la inotsilsbiaat dtaraa Tha bud Itk aad familiarity wllh wbleh .ha ilnfiunlothi hlakaat of tttsm Is trnlr uinmlarful Tha aLarm of hr Darion and the corrtotnaii of her eouoolstloa add materially tu har auootii la a word, she toaisaaa tod aerlbablequallttaa whloh n to oorabla the noil natural lifts wltb tbe mo it brilliant nuallneAtloua." lAlatTlfKrnphl I.rlf lea. Gov McClorg, of Mlsiourt, hat ttgoed bonds of tha South Pacific railroad amount ing to two million dollars. Thote bonds an to be tent Eait for conversion Into money Tbe post office at Jackson station, on tbo Philadelphia and Erie railroad was broken open and robbed Monday night of about $400 In money and stamps. Tbe tteamsblp city of Brnise s hat ar rived at Halifax. Tbe frigate Colorado sails from New York to day for China. Samuel Madden wai murdered In Hudson clly, Now Jersey, on Monday night, by a man named Shsy, wbo hai been arretted. la Hew York yesterday John M. Mahon was lentenced to two years In the peniten tiary for bounty frauds, ant Charles A. Waiiend, pan office clerk, to four years for theembeulement of money letters. Mr Mrehan, editor of the IrUh Amtrlcan la New York, whq wai recently wounded by Mr, Keentn, li pronounced out of danger by hit pbyslclsn The Republican! of tbo Foarlh Ohio dis trict have nominated fi. D. Peck, of Wood county, for Representative lo Congress to fill tha vacsney caused by tbo death of Hon. T- H. Hose The seventh annual reunion of the Massa chusetts State Guard at Worcester yester day wai a grand affair Delegations at tended from Boaton, Hartford and Manches ter. At night there wat a military lull. The workmen of La Creuiot, near Parlt, are again on a ttrlke, but no dliordtr li re ported Tho Bavarian Mlniiteri have all tendered their resignations. The wife of O'Donovan Rosso commenced a series of public readings at Limerick on Monday night. Tho enthusiasm of her an dlcnce wai exuberant. Han Domingo Vfliy VT ahunl-l loa eaa If. The San Domingo treaty will probably come up la tho Senate to-day, and we com mend tbe following article, from the New Tork Tlmsi, to the carefal consideration of Senators, with the single remark that we fully Indorse all that It said oa the subject i Tut 5o Don In co treaty Is tha apl! oMi In tha Man at m, tVaitnaa.la (. fa tha otnmltta tb voe wss wtlLaltk bUB-eU, a oppenvaia auni prviv! ia a bar maturity Tha troabliltv anar I this b.r majority will alio Brora a barrea ooo woee ihequaitloa Is brought before tb mil oiuai. IU carded as a mere sequlaltloa of territory, Sab iJomUf o sa briar aothlor tvi ui whlan wa setUAllr needi aod w Lara alwara isrral tad, ab tidesl we have fratjoeotly ildlsulcd, atiample toatlrasllrelr sat forth. aalta tlf iraiur, ia caormou "(Old najja" ui in lilinj wi mir iooa Boaisaa. Th tra rata aodftBiAsareIesaonltls of Saa Horn luge, Is of : entirely d Iff. rent aort. This vain sooalals, Brit, ia Ita splsodld poaltlon as a hrhi urpgii rvfiair-aaop inu caaiiDf aiaiioa for lh0rrlbbaSa andAceoiiita l he key point to tbe UarUn UabbI an ora, iiiumini mr did uoiainfo ia to na found la th map of lh Woatsra brmlipkarsi and It eoofroaia u moat -oarloatoily when beoonrtlAl probUm of tha tlulf andth lttbmna soars up for solution. The Dari-a anal la the ent Inserlaa tssk of th near fa rr aati ii ib in i ro ibik ot our roApiuf tb full advantage of this msrvelaili enrerprtao without a Oulf post Bar At band. 80 Do mlnro Ilea etBUAlly In tbe caiewAy of th trad a or natlona aarnaa lh lath mil. 1'aai petlsff fArorably with Cuba la lis ftrfotof tarritorr aiu id KDoar.DDiai an, in areona la alt of All th laauUr Hlea of lh Oulf, loealed tntdway bstwtra the IIhamas aad Ih Uarlbbe lilts lloc dlrretlr ftsross tbe path 1 Panama, to whfoh a rout la raa aith alrsuiltr of ihe lilaad aorsly tb vvrr Boil tlon or tb laln I off-ra th beat Ingt lor Us acouiiltiaa, mbii us rlatinna tolh trans IHhatan problsn ar latimal And atrlkiof Tbe whole Island will nnqnoatloaablr oa same Ih property of the U oiled BUiea it the rraai iraaiy o raunrut nsariy iour-ni na or thlflstcurdAtoaa alroke.AnJiha wsateia aecmenr, do omprtsla( th Republla of lUfll, cravllatlaff to ua, la due time, of dcs ally. It Is lh muat beautiful ao4 oo of the rtoheitof th Wait lodlea lalaod. "aa Do mlnfo pr-pr. eoatalns about ll,0 sfiuar mil Oa Its northern shore, Uolumbai rouoded thenratSpanlah oolony la the New World, aad from that day lo this th laUad hasbroa famoua.not Irsslor 111 hAlthfutnas tbse for Ita mrvloui mlaarsl roiourets. I's wood i, too, area ala of wealth, soaprlslog a tbay do mahogany, oak, a a tta wood, g BunTliaaalth maat xtBtl aablnat na- t-rUI,whlla lla atapUs of off, Auiar, Indigo, eoeoA, tobAceo and ao oa, ar bout hold word! wliftuur panpl, Tt though tber may bar aitaahed i h-rio Hula thought of ib preeli leoallty o( thtlr origin llut.Ai we haveaalJ, wear not to dlseuis the queitlon of ihe mlaaral rlahea of th ItlAoJ.ao famona Ihrta CAnturlss ago, nor Its ineiiiiurai larimij, aim oil niiinnii on in lob, norlisellaat, nor Us Its Adapt Ability o a foimof aottrnmtat Ilka our owa What w areto note la that It hi a mat nine at harbor for our purpoiee la the bay aad pioto aal of Sam ana. Thlala whatwahava ban aiatngiitfor mora than tweatr ysars la the Waal ladl uodar Polk. 11 11 mora. Plars. Iluthaaaa, Llacolo, Johaaoo, aod now under Urant In thedays ofslllog flaota we nesdsd it, ana ia ps iimaa w win wiiiiof to ' f r 11 a raaaoaablanrle. llut war taurbl thevait BAtloaal adraataga of such a at iiubi u ih ir ui hi wnniu ua to wait for It aoIoarr. Ursal Britain, Fr a a a. npaio(aay, aru ueoraara aire inair wear ludtao itallona, hut wo, who are mo I lolr eairo inerr, am bbdi The Pfry-OAUtlr treaty prnpoies that w shall aequlr this vaat properly for 11.100 000 In gold. Whoa more liberal terms wr flnt offered to Uses tbeywsr rsfuid. But th hard fat of ihe lalandio later rrA, and tha deilreof the people to get at oaothe adran ( of a nowerful aovarnmeat with aa Ib fu.loa of nvr energy for Ib drelepmnt of tbe liland's rsaoureea hsre changed thtlr views The price esn hanUyb eonildcreil nara than a nominal on, and lh content of tb DoalnliAos to aaosxation hai otto irttiy aid heartily aeoordtd. Wa bar bsen Iooa vnrlnd that th ae qulaltloaof a West Indian port wa of prim nporlAe to the naval and eomaerelal la tarsals of th oonnfry. Had w poaieaaed Saa ITomldfo during the war, w believe It would bar paid for ltitlf lo Ha loflutaeo oa lh ahnrtanlna' of lha war. 11 tit now. wllh our new commercial position at stake, and with th Darlan eaoal a oeeenlty, we eannot doubt that IheStaale will iteth preiatng Import aaeeof lh new acqulaltlon If th bargain on pva airaijiaiivrwaru aoj aoorv-ooaro, and If thanrlaaha not azorbllaat. lat th Han ate atldtelilvtly. Tha Huittelpa.1 rrwublea lu Illeb nionu RiCflMosp, March 23. The conflict of tbo Mayors li at an end ai far as force Is con cerned, and the case goes Into court to-mor row. Jack wren, charged wiio shooting Ben Scott, surrendered himself this afternoon aod was balled to appear. in the Legislature to-day the resolution censuring General Caoby was reported, but not acted upon, In tbe Senate a Republican offered a res olution asking Governor Walker to luipend farther appolnlmouti under the enabling act until tho constitutionality be declared. It was defeated Geo. Cuuby to-day replied to Gov. Wai ker's ) ait letter. He layi while eoncedlog to Walker relative to ihe law, he does not coocede that he (Canby) was not authorised by hit Instructions lo Interpose, nor that his Interposition wat not necessary when It was exerclted. The city to-night It lranqull,aod Ellyson's ponce patrol the streets. From tbo Paelfle Coaet Bah Fbaboiico, March S3. A great deal of complaint Is made of the tlowneta with which crime It punished lathis city. The Legislature Is now asked to allow the dli trlct attorney more assistance. There are now 200 prisoners In the couuty Jail seventeen of whom are awaiting trial for oflencei. Que of too Judges has threatened lo release them notess speedy arrangement! are made fortbelr examination. Work hat been actively resumed on the California aud Oregin railroad. Two par tlee of laborer! have been placed on the line, le order to hasten tbe completion of tbo road to Chicago and tho great grata region of the Sacramento ValUy. Many Immigrant! have arrived and are settling upon tho cheap lABdi oa tbo railroad, THE NEWS BY CABLES TRiALurrntNrr. dovai'Arte. Exam I ami. of WItwr Teetl- motty by MMI tor T bo rrlneo'a IVIand Data aar IIjaCa by their zj.i-uii.r JonnieiifirTa(lcueay -llaeb-rrf In Toallfr Ta Day. Toms, March 22. Tho High Court of j a nice opened Its lesilon at 11 o'clock Iblst morning. Some slight changes were made la the arrangement of tho court room. The Judges oow sit at tho upper end of tho hall, with the Procureur Geoeral and his associates on tbe right, tbe clerks and officers of the court In the centre, and tho Jury, prisoner! coun sel and reporters on the left, and the re mainder of the apartment Is devoted to spec tators, hot the space ll very limited. Tbe first witness to-day was Mllllerr, who came loto the coort between two oms darnttt. He gave his UstLaouy with firm ness, but made no attempt at display. He said tbat the letter lent by Prince Bonaparte to Roche fort was Dot a provocation, but an Insult. Being asked why ho wore armi, he replied than as lived In a district outside of the clly, aod, going home al Bight, wat obliged to carry Anna for sslf-proteetlon He Incidentally blamed tho Govern msnt for delaying the Arrest of the Prince aft.r the shooting, whereupon he waa repri manded by the president of tho court The Prtoco rose excitedly and declared that MUtlero and Orousiet had both eworn they would iboot him. This the wltnen positively denied. Tbe audience leemid inclined to hiss the Prlueo. Tho Procurer General Insisted that the witness be removed to prltoo. and the law yer for tho prosecottou demanded tbat he remain to giro tbe remainder of his tes timony. The court decided that the witness should re main, and he concluded his testimony Several servants of the accused were placed oa the stand and soma of bis per sonal friends were examined. Tbe latter damaged tbe defence by displaying to much isat. Paul Cassaguae was the next witness ex amined. He watlntalilog la hit rnaanrr towards tbe lawyers for the prosecution, Larrocea, who testified In favor of the ac cused, was at one point called to order by the court, because bo showed too much warmth. All the witnesses for the defence testified tbat they noticed a contusion on his cheek after tho affray, but a physician, who wat called la at the time to examine the Prince's face, wat placed oa tbe stand and swore that he taw no ttgnt of contusion. no was coo f rooted by other wltnesser, but repeated his statement The audience was much excited by tbo contradiction. Tbo defence attempted lo prove that tbe Prince did not shoot until Fouvllle had drawn a pistol, and also that a plot bad been formed against the Ufa of tha Prince before the affair of the Roe d'AjiteulI, but tbe evidence failed tosoitaln tho allegation. It It expected that Rocbrfort will be ex amined to-morrow. ORE AT BRIT AIW. The Irish Q a nation lu lb British Parllameui, Lowdo, March 23. In the House of Commons to-day tbe bill for the enfo ce ment of tbe laws In Ireland wat taken np and debated. Mr. Moore atUcked the Ministry for the Inconsistency of tbetr conduct towards Ireland Mr. Newdgala defended the land hill. Mr. Patten spoko In favor of the bill be fore the House, but denounced tbe admts tration for eulpable tardiness In bringing It forward. The Solicitor General of Ireland depre cated cavil, and hoped the Commons would : give the bill Ihe moral force of unanimity. Mr. Bogwell objected to the arbitrary powers given to Justice! of tho peace, which, be laid, were equivalent to allowing them to hang persons first and try them afterward!. He predicted that the bill would prove no popular in Ireland. A desultory discussion followed, In which iord Claude Hamilton aud Messrs. Buck- polo, Magulre, Ball, norsmao, aad others lock part. Mr. Ball spoke In severe termi of the cowardly tarrortsm Ia Ireland, which was kept op by tha Fenians. He advocated the arrest of suspicious strangers, a grant of summary powers to magistrate, and a strict tnrvelllanee of the press. He approved of the clauses Indemnifying the famUlee of victims of violence, and authorising tha ar rest of fugitive witnesses. Tbo only fault he had to find was tbat this had not been preceded by the lend bill. Mr. Horsmaa regretted that tbe bill al lowed a resort to exceptional aud odloui measures, but they were ladlspeo sable. WUhoot them tbe bill would be shallow, temporising, aod Inadequate. The disease was c&ronle and required a permanent and radical care. The Irish press, be said, wsa lest cutpable than the other teachert of the people. Mr. Hentey slated hit objections to tbe bill, and the House then adjourned. Pram apatn. Madrid, March 23 The resignation of Admiral Topete at Minister of Marine hat been accepted. Jturira has a dispatch from Malega which asserts tbat John Bright will undertake to secure tho restoration of Gibraltar to Spain. the HA.-.T ioKiaioar. Debate la Iba llwwea of Cantman oa tb Coratuorelal Trealj Qara-tloii-Tha Subject at RflproClfj Dlacuaaed. Orrowi, March 33. Ia the House of Commons last night Sir A. T. Gait reinmcd tbo debate on the resolutions lo lavor of Canada being permitted lo making com mercial treaties lndepenlty of England, and to form one of the parties to a customs union of Amerfcan States. After some preparatory remarks, he ss Id ho would movo an amendment, tbe effect of which woutd be to exclude from the resolu tions the portion relating lo tbe establish ment of a Zollvercla. He claimed tbat the consent of tbe Imperial Govcrnmcut to Can- , ada negotiating Independently wonld be easily obtained, and agreed that It would be a great advantage If mailers relating to Canadian trade could be settled without having to pats tho ordeal of discussion In tho English Parliament. He deprecated any retaliatory policy, and warned the people against lopportlng the Government in any men polity, Blr John A. McDonald replied, enntsnd log that the araendmeot struck st British connection, aud did not ladleate Ibe best way of obtaining reciprocity. He stated that Great Britain had given Canada power to negotiate directly Ibroogh the British minister at Waiblngton, Ha moved ao amendment lu tilt sense, which, after long debate, was tarried by ft Urge majority. STATE LEGISLATURES. niftnocRi, St. Locis, March 23The State BooAto yesterday passed a sabsiltute for tbo food lag bill, recently adopted by the nouse, which provides that all mourys of the State Interest fa ad be transferred to tbe Bute sinking fond for tho payment of tha Bute debt also, that as soon ao ft snm of troney infflcleut to meet tho July Interest lo any year shall tutro been received to tho credit of the Intcreit faad, It ihal! Immediately thereafter bo deposited la the Bank of Com merce of New York, tbe sums received after inch deposits to tho 1st of September or tha same year to bo Invested lo tbe bond! of the Bute. Subsequently thlt substitute waa Ukea np by tbe Honte, rsjeeted, td a mo tion td reconsider wai Ubled " Tbo nouse and Senate ara Ihertforo at dead lock. Tbe House amended bill provides separate schools for colored children, and tbat colored cbtiaren do provided wltb. aeau in white schools where separate tehooli an not established. Tho Radical cauous last night itruck out of tha report of the special committee the part to revive the registry lav, all the feav tnrcsof wblch were regarded at llboral by tbo opposition, especially the one authoria !og the Governor to remove so per visors for cause. Rhode lafaad. PftOViDtacB, March 23. Ia tho SeruU to-day resolution! calling a coareotlon to revlso tho coostltniloa were adopted by thai casting rote of the presiding officer. Tho bill to prohibit the eale of liquor aod to establish a Bute Constabulary was pusedj by a vote of 90 to 11. EXfJOLI.EClUH BAILBT. A lllaerepaney f NliUenla Dla rrd Thttexatcl am anal af sua Da falcallau HUH Cnfeaowa Ttoa Wbtrrabaula af Ilia tareal Abaewa-drraMjalarj-flttleld Inarltabla H-pwriataf IhetltlaappraprlatlaaaC rnttda Prnaanneed Dalrna-Wbjat Dallcy Hlpibl bare Dane aad tVbat Ala Did Da. Ntw York. March t. Affair la the Thirty-second Revenue District are no chaofed. Tbe examination of tbe revenue stamp acconot, amounting to 11,000,000 since itaj 1, ISdO, has been completed, aad rerrali a discrepancy of six ceoti. Thlt de partment It under tho charge of Depoty Collector D tfgelt. Mr. Law, the cashier, has not been ar rested, the warrant against him having been withdrawn. He wae employed by the col lector, aod ropoailblo to him for hit ac tions. District Attorney Plerrcpont lays the fall amount of Balley'i defalcations wIU not bo known nntll all persons assessed whoso names are checked as uncollected have been notified to pay, and It Is ascertalaed how many have the collector's receipts. No clue to his whereabouts has yet twa discovered, but bloU are still thrown out tbat he can be arrsstad at any moment On the other hand many of his friends assert tbat be will commit suicide rather than be captured. ITbArnw m Urgt SOU or mOUOy 00 th day ho left. Tha rr-pms-M, kwawaad an, esutela England Is pronounced untrue, aa Is also the oue tbat ha took 1100,000 bcloog. log to tbe guagers. "They bad all been paid to March 1. Cbecka amounting to 9900 from mercbanU for payment of salaries of storekeepers la bonded tobacco warehouse! were found lo Bailey's desk. It Is inti mated that If hi had medluted flight he could, la thirty days, have availed himself of 9300,000 by making false deposits. That this was not tbe eae baa been amply veri fied. THE PRWIAHrl, Addraee loaned by tha Canada. Nbw Yobb, March 23 John Savage hai Issued aa address of the council of the Fe nian Brotherhood reporting that the organi sation la financially strong declaring oppo sition to the proposal toatuck tbe British In Canada, aud claiming that the organisa tion Is Intended merely to spread tbo bene fits of a Just political system. Tbe address says that the tenure hill In Parliament does not provide for a lettiement of tho Irish, land question, but li the best tbat can ha hoped for, and If passed will not embarrass tb Brotherhood la the least. They hope fcr a day when tho leaden of tho homo organi sation will bo prepared to nnfart their ban ner on Irish toll Or DIeoTrat Im Utah A Daalal rraua r. 1". TtarBTorA-.arawAaapr Cwraneeaia Tbareaa, Silt Lakb Citt, March 23. Settlen are bringing on from Tenllc, fifty mile aootb of this city, near Goshen, and telling It for 930 per ton to a party here who ships It to San Francisco to be worked. J. P. Taggert, lo a, letter to tha AVwi, de nies tbe report of bla retraction before tbe trend Jury of his lUtemeot In regard to hit attempted assassination. no says be staled to that body tbat th vlltatnous alUck wat a private affair, and be did not think It necessary for them loea- -quire into It. He farther stated that h hoped lo be able to meet toe vnuio ana he would then settlo It. Tbe y.'fi criticise! the letter la ft long ar ticle, aud says t Iahchtuol an oatragaapabiie, wa;ma&a that Taai-ert b tummoaed bttot th araad Jury to answer th a rati a at y qontlona to titer uplheeaati andlf h kaowa the vlllelna aad 10 reaaou way turn biiiib mi wau, in mi puoltekoow It. nailer Xxploalaa Tbra Paraaas UIJ led aad Tan nrloaaly Ir-Jar PoTTinrxB, March 23. This morning, al 7 o'clock, a boiler at the Wolf Creek Dia mond Coal Mine, near MlncrsvUle, ex ploded. demolishing the building and scat tering tho fragments to a distance of ou hundred yards. Tbreo boys, named Wn, Cook, Richard Ilonueity and Joo. Kelly, were InsUutly killed. Tho following persons were wounded i Jacob Motley, badly Mlcbacl Owln, teg broke i John Scbaffer, chest Injured John Coombe, slightly j Jacob Frceler, radlyt Christian Weaver, boy, hand crushed aud bead cuti A.Leback,boy,1egbrokenThoi Campbell, boy, badly i Bernard Mabao, boy, severely scalded) and John Kcarulf. boy arm broken Tbo canto of tho explosion Is not known, the boiler having beci ta good condition. A coroner! InTCStlgalloo Is loprogrotr . A Marderrr "l,,d . ,. ParLADiLi-BU, March 23.-Ttvday th rrandjoryfjundairue bill agalnji John Ilaolon, charging blui wllh the murder of tbe child Mary Mobrmao, on tho Oth : September, 1W. Ilaolon It now In prison, under seotetice of five yean Imprisonment, for an outrsgo upon another child. Bishop Tuo m mum died jestesda morn log at 10 30 of 1) phold pneumonia H pre sided at the West Virginia Guofenftc, held. In Kanawha county last wektauti wat on ionic to Jersey City to official la th Con ference to be held there this week when lit bt wu overtaken by slckuisi.