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: TmTwxTrn, .rmPTPfl U XVIV.EJi.-vx TiiKTaris Exposition bilrrairpassod by thp Houso, authorizes the Presideni.Lnat. the military lffr?;oni ff gethcr wjth 0 additional Commission- ora. nn two saino Statayof whdm three shall be prac- now gUitionod in .Tews-, should) ,be,,ln tical .artisan. : eaperts, i . three , shall ..be creBSed Ito their fuU strength. n&. . jr.. . ,.t. m11 tin Manl!nn I . ... .1 1. 1 1 1 ' v I agriculturalist, anq. , ino, " scientific experts. . The, allowance' for salary and expenses' the Commls- snerAhalPanot e.eeedV 000, and that of-Mo otner wm- mi.aionnra Sl.OQO each. I. A , Dumber of Honorary Commoners .are to,, be .iota by ,UJf JE SnS ... r .!.!... n.nwJn t . further stated thati Gen. Tre appoiuieu, 10, jervtJi,wi.(uuu ,fv . i"Yi from eaqh .State, to bo nominated by the Governor thereof, and 24 to, be ftp- pointed directly by the president, .,. The t, 1. j.i.. fi,-i.,i tn A.', j. reoiucub p, Auiwic bmviwvh , - j' I .1 J 1.1 1 iinnnnla I sigft ono oi -more ,91. puuuu to transport to ana irora rranuu, no u. dkn & rnS Bjuiuiuuu - - . - -, - g2G0,0O0, ana it is assertea man iw as- States. ;,Vf0VraLDepartTt'!, sets are amply sufficient to: pay all do the GoVefnmbnt which havecontributd " ' r to the 'Centennial Exhibition in rhlla detphia:' directed to place under the control f 'the ConmiBnioner-GeneralJ for'dxlUbltiahJ 9Uch: articles As shall be doemad desirable to make a proper col lective exhibit on tho part of the Gov ernment of tbe United states, anl the Corotnisflioner1o,Agvioulture is also di reqtedi.tppvVaft.and. prepare, suitable sp(H!imws,9f!Jhe1,ftgrjcultural, products of.jthfu.s.everjltates and, Territories for (THEfcSenatex Committee on Foreign Relationa have., indefinitely, postponed action upftthnpijiualfpns of Sanfoyd as Minisier tp 'fjlgiuin, and , Hil.liard ,as i . t 1 HT1 li n nnminiltmn of Charles C) Allen as" United States Marsh" at for" the' Western ' Dis'tribt "of Missou'riha D'ebii'dohfirrhed by thd Sen ate'.1 ' "The1 PresldoVit'bn the 20th sent in a niSmberf addltlbn'al'iibminations for miiior ollicbs, ahd" it' is"said no more nb'nrinatlons wiirbe"66ht) td the Sehate duHng'tlleispeeal,seRSitln.," ' The resignation of the French Cab inet was officially' announco(Lfon,;the 20th. President MacMahon has signi fied his acceptance of the same, but re quested the Ministers to serve until their successprs are (appointed,. ; The , reason, assigned by tho, Ministers for ; t their ac-' tkn is that the Chamber would prota blv not vote the necessary supplies uti less a nev Ministry 'witsi appointed M'ATOR Linie,' of Hot Springs, Ark., tho other day enoountered in the publio street Mr. Charles Matthews, city editor of the Setdinal, which paper had .pub, lished some criticisms upon his, UoBotfs administration of public affairs, . and drawing his , revolver, opened fire upon the newspaper man, . Four shots wero quickly fired, one of which struck the ... . .1 .i ! i 'litni ti, l,in. anntlmr in the thiffh the third in tho shoulder, and the fourth in the amn. The editor meanwhilo i.- nr.. .i vim,. standing his arm had been broken by one of the shots, he sncceedea in wrest- In tho iilstol from his assailantwhich fell to tho ground. ' Tho Mayor then drew another pistol ana recom- menced firing1 somewhat at ran- dom, one shot striking a i colored man in tho thigh and another wound- ino- a cano-poddler in the shoulder. The valiant Mayor, afur exhausting his am- munilion probably, ceuse.l nring x ne City Alarsba went tnrougn tyof arresting the head of the City Government, who was immediately re leased upon giving bonds for his np puarauoe. The Mayor has voluntarily suspended the exercise of tho functions of his. oflico until after his trial takes place. , The Third National Bank of Chica go suspended on the 21st. For some time previous it was known that its re sources had become impaired from va rious cauws reaching back to the panic of 1873, at which time It sulk-red neavi Oltf t ll l &au ouiiviki I lv. and recently it has been still further crinpleil by the withdrawal of the conn- ty funds and other larpe account. It deposit amount to $ 1,161,000, and it aa.et, when turned into cash, will pro- bablr pay about 74 per cent, on it indebtedne. Individual stockholders are lUble for the balance. . It i understood that ReprMontative exlpwon. . , X p .sura approjj lauiu j SISDiOOQi to .be expended undsr the'di rection of the Secretary of State. Hewitt oi New York will I the Chair- man of the Railroad Committee over Aivow-iso to a Washington di which Clarkon N. Totter declined to patch, both off-cial and unofficial ad-f- ir-;t i, mnnnmfA t K ' tW from Mexico how that Pnrrident vuiciatv. i ... j j- - ( oppol to all robMdie f.r TaHmads I-ut as the msjonTj of tie ccninnuoe is . knowitto be in favoj.of th'j TQxasjind Paiil4aroad, Mr.Uiiwjt flflaJaChairt manft Is supposed wHV.onort tM bill, andjajvo it to thoHjug fgoy". J Gem. SnEBMAN was before the Houso Committee on Military Affairs on the i jjum ihivvvu --- J Uiur. nnrl wan exnmiaediat .treat Jength with rcforenc0 to tho Mexican border troubles." He gave It as his opinion protection to the citizens there, and m 1,n hah fliAa . , , , ; J,; ', ,,... k t,a- A Saw ANto6 d spatch bf the ?9d W,,.?'''1 f"!- wu..v""i can forces 6ii'the border to Mrtva- r , , . - , . ,j vino has been Ordered to thoBioGrailde wna -,v HW. w Gen; Ord has .telegraphed to the Presl dent for another reeiawnt of. oavajry. ,1 . t llll.'l 1 I I . I ll 1 1 1 L ' I ,1 - , : TllE Central National" Bank of Chi Bliihr ruri:- I; deposits amount o j(,ML,) ,() -ry i , ; The new French Ministry was an noilicedM the'23d, as( follows! 5 Presl dent or the CouHcil1 and ' Minister of War'J'G'en! Grmiaudot 'do'Rbchebouet; Minister1 'bf 'Fofeigri''' Affa'irs,.'i Mar quis1 de ''Bonneville') Minister of i the Intdribr1, De Welch! y Minister of Jus tice.'Ive Pelletier ;i Minister of Finance,, D'Utilloul jii i Minister of I Commerce, Oxonne. Ministon; lofu Pijblio , W.orks, Graeff; Minister; pf. Public Instiyucfiou,! Faye; Minister, of ,'Marjne, Admii:al: Rpusin. : The, Repu,bjiqan papers, cen-i sure the compqsit,iqn o tjie, npw Ministiy inoontemptuousewns..,,. v, ,lT-The new, FronQh Rfipitry has been qropdiated.; by, the Chamber of Depu-, ties. , Jujes Ferry j' oh behalf of the Left, moved t resolution' expressing w'ant' bf con ddehco', which' W ' adopted hf'a vote' of 323 against 206. """ J !" " I B-j I I'l It" i' Tii I i i t m i T ! ll i.-.t l The United ,tate,s man-jof-war steam er. .Huron, pomnian'dern'G., p. Ryan, which sailed from Fortress Monroe for Hayana on the 2 was wrecked on the North Carolina coast, near Kitty Hawk signat-statibri,' at 'an early hour on the following moi;ning.' Soon after striking on the shoals the vessel went tb 'pieces, and of ' ' the 135 persons on board only 34 succeeded in reaching the shore alive, t There was no assist ance rendered from the shore, for want of life-saving apparatus. , A severe (gale prevailed along the coast on the night of the disaster, and it is supposed that the vessel became, unmanageable throusriithe breaking down of -her en gines and drifted helplessly upon , the preoKers. , ,,. i.r, , ;, . The following are the names of the ofTicersiost on the Huron: " Cbmmand ter G. T. Ryan, Lieitts. S. k.'. Simons and t'.G.' PalmCr.'Mastcrs J. M. Wright and W. S. French, Ensign Dannor, Paymas ter Carey N.Sandera and Cadet Engineer E.' A. Looniis. "Ihe Huron was an ' screw-propeller u of . 1,450 ins, earring . s-. was iust out of the dock: at New York, where she had been entirely over- uu. o .... .v 104 men, besides 15, marines, and her olliccrs ..numbered lo, oniy .cigm oi wuom -j-o reach the wreck of the Huron, on the following any, a sun-uu.ib ru.......w.u oy uapi. J. o. uum D...F, and the Captain and four men drowned. Ret)ubUcan iear9 from ' thftt the te ; tho Te. and Pacific . P - A hill this winter are verv cood. A care ful canvass of both houses justifies the statement that a safe majority of Sena tors and Representatives is favorable to the project. .No bill has yet been intro duced, but the majorities of both the Senate and House Committees to which it will be referred are friendly to the general question at issue, and it is not believed that there will be any difficulty In getting speedy action from them. The International Fishery Comniis- 1 1 un Has awarueu fo,aw,wv u mo uaui- ages due Great Britain on account oi the exercise by the United States of the fishing privileges in Canadian waters nnoer me mnf;lu mij. forse.the neutral memoorwiiHsvuin- niwion. Joined with th fintish repra- entative, Sir A. T. Gait, in waking the award ; tlx1 ; American coaimissioner. jnjj- Kell.ce, dinted. - i Ii if deorcu of not only treating the ; iv-j-', . r.v.-L..- !ng thence, and with this view only hal teconfly ordered Vgp ff Teifen ail Mexican bprdar. fThe Wur V r Dopartiitiit donies tlif roporfc that Uny I "KJJurr turrieLy ",t0 3? '"? nrd hwrnfmllnd for arradilitiofral forced imr!1.t rr . .... 1 J l t nlnatnil nnll nlon W UO UDl'U 111 U i"v- ..... ... with the Mexican troops. a. WoNanr Tnrl.. ntt the evening of All !iwiowi w ' ' . . bljr and foal nurnea aboift tha Aeafana breast, by lotting full a lamp niieu who oh, whiClrnihe- "war !lfWt"Chf,,''McP' 1 n.ii ,i.i.w, n nn. nut tho llamcs on ,lW..mM...8 r "-- - t. l'i""'7 T". . ...t..i. hor clothJneQ. &mwmiir"" ' ed both hands so severely that it was thougni m I.a hflfifiBHarv. At Torre ItlllJIIUUUUU "' " 1 . ' Iluuto,- OA'the evenfn'6 prcvlbni1, Mary Tarol by, a servant girl In the employ of Hon. Bay less H. Httnno,wus'so badly burned by alam$ explosion mat sno vmy.yiwf ,r,."'" n lCUOiaS X mII41"ft U- wtj..- at Wilton, wWeharged with the murdWf .. j i ti..i.t.l..nl whose aeaa Doaies weraivuim .pr In ir onttjicrn nhnut the first Of November, ll was supposed at. the .tlms that ,Mrs. Van v,rh.. kiiind hii children and then tools ncr own me, nut iwr,. r . B ly Implicate i'lumllngas pemg ine auuor oi the horrible crime. ApassengeMrain onlhe.parlotto, Columbia and Augusta, . Railroad fell a TfAutia.itririirAnvnrine auui i rurii i Create, about JO miles south of Book Hill, S. uiiuuku hmvdkiw 'vo- 1 to'the bottom of the stream and we nearty suDmergeu. , jnust ui ,u yimcui,!' cecded in climbing out of the car windows, althouuh soveral were drowned and others Injured." "-- ' At Bonton Kidge, liancocK uoumy, n.. nn thi 22d. tor.' Frank II. Knapp shot and killedDr. H. K. ifott with a shot-gun. Both were practicing physicians. Dr-Knapp says, as a defense of his crime, "that Dr. Nott had soveral times ilrcd at him with a revolver, and did so on the day of the shooting, and that he flrod the fatal shot while under the conviction that his 'life was in Imminent peril. '" ! 'Phni-loa .Tnnp.s:V' half-breed despera do, Svho" attempted to'kill his wife and Child at, McAllister Station, Indian .nation, was ovmutirl nun siihsenuentlv shot and killed while attempting to escape from custody. 1 ... ' . 'ji al.LJ.-A ri.i,- I wo men nameu onoiu vyiia. Thm:ai TwwnrarncentlV killed in Don Juan County, Cal., ' about 10 miles from Pagosa Springs, it IS supposed by a aioxican ana a w,ivr.(n Tndlnn. ' The discovery of their dead imriies was the first known of their mUrder- m I . Tl !. ..,.1 . nnnnl. wn a O f Q nl' Oft OnH Hinhiniri liv Indians, on the 22d, near Sul phur Springs Station, about 60 miles from Dcadvvood. The passengers saveu' ineir ...Ainu hv tfiklnir t6 the "bluffs. 'After ran sacking the' mriil-bags, the Indians killed two of the horses and decamped with the other two. ' , A fearful eale raged around, the Bnt- ihTlnann the nlcrht of the 24th. . Thirty ,,..i., ...n..o i-onortprl nalinre between Bums- fCnKIO I.ll.V..."-."" ; gate and Deal, and many lives were lost. 1 WABNEWS. The Russiah loss atf Kar is officially stated at 2,600. Gen. Bellnsky and Llcut. Col. Melikoff were among the killed. The Russian main army is advancing on Erze roum, and Mukhtar Pasha has been,.sum- mnnnil t 01111011(101. hut. has been ordered lllVlllvU V" ..V.'W. , by the Sultan to hold out to the last extrem ity. Gen. Melikoff, tho capturer; oi luus, will command the besieging foroes of Erze- roum. i. ,. 'A Bucharest dispatch,of the 2lst says that the Roumanians captured Italiova after a three days' engagement, ahd -that the Tnrv, flnii and were nursued towards Wid- dln; There was henvy lighting on the torn, din; xncre wus iiciivjr uguuns v on the 19th, in which the Turks seem to have gained considerable advantage, captur iftg the Village and heights oi norgos.. A snecial corresDondont at uuirgevo sends tho following, under date of the 23d: I have been shown a telegram irom itus- sian headciuartcrs requestins c ontractors to furnish 70,000 haRs of biscuit instantly for the besiegeo in rievna, as imu xanm. Un pUirs, Mr. Eaton sata; owing to nsau c oncned negotiations for the surrender of lumity in the family of the Senutor from Cul opineu ueguuuwuiw jf,,fa rSHrirent) he was compelled to be ab- that place." , , , J: iU f .I... Olft. Bnira . TMia A rera UlSUllluu Ul mo om-iu . A l i,r.t u Y . , ,., i. nn view taken of Osmnn Pasha's position is on the whole desponding, but some maintain . . ..i4i pnnneh to hold out until hehasprolslonsenougnio noia out umu Mchemot All can organtzo an army of re- lief. Great efforts are mak.ngtoaccomp.isn this end? FORTY-FIFTH CONGRESS. In the Senate, on the 20th, after tlie intro duction of several newbiUsand resolutions, Mr. Thurmau submitted a resolution thnt .... i .. 1 ..-.( (...rim ii ii ,1 Vl.-eilnim lie ine v muni ii i'l." in. . s . i v .. .Kw.linnre.1 frmn further consideration of the credentials of W.O. Bntler. as a rlrom M SK'-lfc ""Tnew" , : IllllOn Willi n-itnnmn-t ; Ur of the committee would be apt to re- ... . ........ . ..... 1.(1. .111! irnra it m n nmycimu upwi .n. .... Mate of South Curolina lias had but one Sii Htir on this floor since tlw 4th of March lust. Klve week ol the pre?nt session had elapsed, mid no report had been niid on tho ere (leiitlnU of Mr. Butler. This dolav, lie added, wns n reproach to t he American Senate. ,M r. Wmllrldli, Hhnimnun of the Committee on l'rivileifes and Election, di-femled the action of tlie eoinmittee, ami said that a soon as the Spoltord-Kelloifjr cc whs dipoelof the cases of Butler arrfl torbin wiinld le taken up. The matter went over until to-morrow. A special committee of five -senator waa appointed. In neconUnce with resolution iniroiiicei ny Mr. OaTis.to namine tlieliooks and account of the Treasury Kepartmcnt in i re-ranl to aliesed diTrpanctes, etc The Honc spent the ealireday in dehatinx the Pan Kx p.v.uion bill, whlrh was finally raet. The hillasameaded appropriates fl.U). tnde trav the expenses of the American exhibit. an1 ntnonre tlie appoinimeni .i .rr Honorary comnusoncrs. w e.r, . - n.r la the Senate. oa the 21st. aner toe rrans- ac-tioa of soaie unimportant business, eon dnmSna rr mmH ot the resoliittoa ab- imur-u ii.ii ... " " ' 1i"rh:inre the fomnittt' on lriviler and - .. Amain. Thnrr... fit Liectioa trom larmcr 4XH3iieraiwa vi ii m ii"ner tien-ral al a iwlary o -F'. 1 Au fl-orta. all whispering that I have I?.. 1?. .TTl i Wi.Wieri. at a Mlarrof II. formed a coalition mull Democrat are nt !ZSlm Uil i ly talse. So Democrat, inside or outside 7UWKA fflK Wl? 5,,,.. jmby jrtW y Jr. I nnnovui' oi r jorum vmuu yvn wim .w..." V""VD,u......;.,..- llnlluiMnll of Soul ll Clliolllia CI'IIIS. nu,,,"I,' " , , ...., ' All 1 1 ai.aw.n nf Nnvuda UlU not VOtO. All 1 "t"" i..ninr wore nulrcd. Mr. Alll anu cii.Hiu v. , - . .I.u..i.. Kiumlora WUI'U liuuim. mi. ausoiic ouiinii " " j" . . .. . tlwiHr.ll Il'CO coluauo of tho standui'd silver dollar ir.t I tender and to restore Its le chiiraoter. I'laccd on ..... ,.iiif .T in jsunnto .imiwiuiiieiiis Oiilunur. Tho Jiunnto .iimonuinems a..a.rfitmr Abref. a " - ; - : V .iivor bullion at th i ieTnilctr XfloMinf, hSt'logS thnn K,. imo.ouo nor nioie than H.QOQ.IKK) per H,,t''t.",F .,-,I m.innHtwi tO.J bMVlUOa tBUt of liioncy ut M7''niin time invited oxcluaivo lii' such silver bullion. nfc a llua BNCOedH tlKil t'OI, .I...II nr.t. BVLfinif &.000.000 THO MOHBU not e.xcooa $3,ooo,ooo, Hpi'nt tho ontiro dfty In- eonslderinff tlw iDe nttlioonuro uity iir wiwmn'.i.n iicy Appropriation WU in Couiinittoe of 'Wlfokvand tho bill wontovorutfaiuwitli- flmil nntthn.' ' " lieu tlin UUV 11 11 1.1 u.v...... ... mitlnn In the senate, on ino jju, miMunwi In the Senate, on W 22a, conniueranon HnBnjHUUIUU "I " n.v.... u 1.1a toT?aotS,toy A? ...!. i AAnflMomtinn 1 'Of tll6 Ore , - 0.. Butlor as Sonato c,i, nnmllnn. The motion WU8 i,wt-yea? 30, nays S2. DaVls U""0.1?0,? " 'rn.,.'.:Vinn i n. , o. tn !- , j ;";riTiV-"hinn ,7!riTfm tlie consideration ot tho crcileuthils of Mr. Ullll, ,upo this motion douatp followed. The motion whh rntTuiwu-rjiw " , "'I.ae 8 fottowsr..' ,,..!.,. u..Kmittiiil on' unwmil. and Electi..n? bo r on 1U0 inline i oi HiwiiiuuKiiuHinv. . , : mid Henry it, Spolford, cliiiminB sents ua Senators from.liouislann, und that niean whilo the case of South' Carolina bo postponed." Kejoctod yens SO,-nays Senator Kdmunds submitted an nmendnicnt to dlHfhai'Be the comniitteo f roui IiU'tlior con tslderation of the credentials of .' ibsssr. Hell oiiif. Spolford, Butler and Corhin. Kujeoted' veas 80, nnv81. Mr. Edmunds nisved the fur ther .consideration of the whole subject bo postponed until Monday' next. . Bojooteu veas 30. nays 81, Mr. Conover not voting. Mr. i.',i..,n,iu iiwivml Hint tha Senate huIoudii until Monday next. The vote resulted yeas, ... ... 1' 1 1 1.. ....... .n i-lw. llufl .It'll - .11; llliys. .11. nunun'l imu.uii j.-w vlonsly paired wltn tnexiemoeraia, voi.ru wmi . i. .. i. .....1.11 .... .In. mntlmi tn lllHnill'll. Hie neiiuuiiuiwo' v ... .....v..... . .- - , mnkinir it atie vote.- Vtae-Priwident Wheeler auiii. '"Thnvntn heinir eciuitllv divided, the Chnlr votes in the nfflnnntivo, and the Senate stiinds adjourned until Monday next'.. Tho House passed the Deficiency hill, uftcr which the biU tq repeal the Uesuuiption act camo up as the special order and Mr. Kwine spoke an honr to clbsfe the debate. . . . l. ? .1 t ... Liu anonnll 11- hinll wilA AC lilltJ UU1IU111B..'J1 L ll.o Diiwuvii. " listened toivlth tho closest attcntion and in terest on Dotn siues oi ino imuiiuci, iui liv ing yielded the lloor to Mr. Fort, who moved that the llbuso adjourn. Carried. ' 1 1 i. The Snnnte was not in session: on the 23d. Tn the llonse, the Kesumptiom Kepeal pill na . 1. n hmiiIu, nnln. (if liiiNtnPRS. UU111U UU io nil. i . ..... . ... .. . .-- .- , ' and Mr. Fort addressed tho House on his substitute, providing for the -"repeal of all that part of thd Resumption act Which authorized the redemption and . . . . , .. i l l. .,,,.-..,,.,.- ITn wna CailUullllUUIl 111. IjiwiiMnvJ uuuDiwi. w .,. followed by Mr. Chittenden, who spokn in a agreed to without division, and the bill us amended was then passed yeas 133, hays ISM). Tho House adjourned until Tuesday. '' In the Senate, on the 20th, Senator JVad teieh, from the Committee on Privileges and .1 . .. .. .,,... ...,...! a mnA. ' nalnnlYllin lliMI by a resolution, .declaring W. P. Kellogg cn- . ' . I I . .. . a.; OnHA.nn ...... VI I 111 1 1 H'l 1 11 .1 fn. tl Llirtl LU O. wav nn odiiiviiu. iivm six yoars from March 4, 177, He asked pres an. -mmlileratinn of the resolution; but ob- leeiiun was ilia"" j , ,- Withers and others, and the resolution was . . .1 .. 1... Cna.v..d M Al'l'l ITinll . laiu over until -w-iuuii-uw. mon submitted a minority report, signed by s..n.itira Hill, aaulsbuiv jind himself, in fa vor of seating Spolford. Ordered printed. The House UUI to repeal viniv jm; of January It, 187S, known as'the Kesuluption uc. mul livtit.leiindreferrcdtothvUom- mittee on Finance. At the expiration of the morning Hour, consideration wu ictuiuu i,i Senator Tlmrinan'a. resolution to dis charge the Committee on Privileges and Elections from further consideration of the credentials of M. C. Butler, cluiuiing a scat as'Senator irom ouuiu wuun Senutor Davis of Illinois explained the rea son why he tavored the motion to discharge the committee. Senator Davis said it wiuj important that the vacant seats froiu boutu Carolina and Louisiana should be tilled. 1 ho legislation of Congress was binding upon the peopleof those States and they had a right to expeot that tho cluini let-these seats should be acted upon at the earliest possible mo ment. Had the Committee on Privileges and elections reponuu iu miui ..v.. logK bet th2f-uSr haiSS lOgg III" ll'll' liw ouiiawi 1'"' " - man) submitted his resolution to discharge ..... in ........ .1, lln.lr I'liM'. lie L 11 U UUUIUUllW - . I VI 111 ...u ...... - . , would have voted to consider tho Kellogg cose lirst, but he thought the resolution of Senator Thurniuu having been submitted first was entitled to precedence. Senator Kdmunds, after a brief reply, moved ...... .i... u ....... mill ... hthi'IiHva hllHl- 11U!)a. itejected-ycas 28, nays so. Senatora i-f-"""l sent, and he (atou) hud paired with him on ...i ....H.I....I. i,..i..,.lnn hi.iiutur I'lltt.eraiin mi i,uii.ii.,.i ij i ... ... - . mu.le quite a lengthy speech, defending his positlf ln wi,icil he said: "I am prepared to tiVO the Senate and the country the reasons why I vote for the admission of M. C. Butler from Soutu Carolina, and am reuay t stand or full upon the verdict of "AT henl.htl icul power of this body to the Democratic party. No man living has authority to quote me for such a purpose. I would sooner lose my right arm than do any thing to endanger the supremacy of the Republican party. If voting for Uen. M.C.Uutler, because he is hon estly and fairly entitled to it, is to destroy the Kepublican party, tiod knows it ought to bo destroyed very soon. The Kcpublicau party ciiu not be aftected by the question of right; but the gentlemen ask me to do wrong 1 1 I ... ... niu.nl. ... ii,K - ' - Carolina. When I vote for Gen. M. C. Butler T 1 .i l,o. I u in vntln. til .iirrv out the will and wish of tite people whom 1 have the honor to represent on this floor. They believe he was elected. The courts have decided that the Legislature which elected him is the . legal and lawful body, and I am bound to obey their mandate, and I propose to do It." Senator Conover followed with a brief speech, elating the grounds upon m liich he voted tor the adtui sion ot Butler. He said : " I see a Democratic state Administration tn South Carolina recog nized by l"resident Hayes, tho leader and head of our party. If Democrats carried the Mate, as our President has determined, I can not see why they have not a right to elect a Senator belongiug to their own party. 1 am not willing to optaise the decision the Presi dent has made uHin this subject, and I am not willing to stultify myself by saving that a Democratic Slate elected a Itepublican Senator. A bitter fountain can not bring forth sweet water; no niore can Democratic States elect Republican Senators. This iK-mocrattc Mate has not done so , to u , wooM .1 till . u i i . . timm . .... ' " . .. U .MnmWM 1.1 tw.iw.Al lA BllV.I ll 1 TIAIlhl line H' -mi u . , m. ... ... - make this declaration of my pnrprse is that I uav smK be approached with like assurasrcea bv my poliik-ai triexlsif I will vrste the other av." ienator 'BOver" speech was Inndly applauded by the tralieriw-s. x-n St.- 1,1 (uuBds,atier calling upoa the Vice ITr. nit at . . m. . ..iln. IaaV tllA llnAl, i, course of some severely personal remarks r garding the eoorse "t ticnutor Pattenm, In whicn ne n"P",fi v" news.. ... .... ... ..ll., .i IFa.i. tli.,, .i. Senator (pattersdn) hud. been induced to- . , .v. .Im iiAfiineratM clironirn hnnftin.. Influences, moved, that he Committee 0tt Privileges and Klootions be Instructed to In. vestigute the charges referred to. The mo. tion,on being put to a voto, wai i rejected-. veas S7, nnvs 80. All the Bopublieans, with the exception qf , Conover and Patter sun, voted yea. After ServeroH tiifffeo tuiil efforts by ltnpubHoaus to force an. adjournment, Mr. bduiundg aioved to irn into executive session, which was car. rlod by the deciding vote of the Vleo-Presi. uent. oeniiuir i''p r' J"''? ca, accompanied by tli xp!nnrti(iAthiitie did . ' I.a ll (lllUf ,U,.M U'llia 1lltW,.n. oxecutivo business to be considered. When tne aoorswereTeppemwi u.-..uw was resumed of tho resolution of Mr. Mi. a. .1 1 ., nil ti i rn .lin .inn. . In I IIUI'IIIHU i.ii.. Hiuiuiflo from further oogslderutlop pl.the orodejitial pf tr. Bitofc-. ifumerous njueddinonti were proposed and 6ther dilutOrynioHoniftnads I Al- .. 1.llA....u 1.11. .1. It 11 111 fllA finnn.. UV tUV Il.UUUUlVIlllB " i- - "...HUM, was still in session, the Democrats refusing to, adjourn until, Mr, rhuruian's peiwiuUou wus disposed of. , ' 'tIIE RESOMPTION tlEPEAL BILL. -PAiinwIni. Is the text of the bill for the re. pool of the Resumption act as it passed ..he- House;! t i ,i. w . A bill to repeal ail tnai pun oi uii ncv itpprov . wm i. twin 1r-nmtn-.A-feho ItHMLUliiitlAn Aot, wiioh authorizes the Secretary of tlie Treasury to dispose .of United States bonus. 1 and redeom and canool .gicoubuck cur rency. ... .. i . j ... frl,n. nlt'.lia.. -nnvflnn nf a IK u enucie',, rii., ....v .... ui .,) act approved July H, 187ft, entitled "An act tO PfOVlUe Ilir mu moimil' ..... "i- rnjr- nients," which reads- as follows, to-wit:-. 1 . ' 1 .. .1 11 f 1 1 .1 AB Olliflllutlni. !UUU. WllCUUiW u .... i...1.,8 notes shallbe Issued to any such banking as. . nn.iiaflinii it.H .Ml llit 111 Ol . Mill llllll'l't H'i,,u" n v -..iii.- luting notes, or so newly organized as afore siiid.lt shall be the duty of the Secretary of the "Treasury to- reuecm icgai-tenaer United States notes m excess umy oi xwo,. (KiO.001) to the amount of 80 per emitum of the ' . . . , iiimV nn.uu an iamiinl te nn... Slim OI nilllUllK. Uii J" -- such bunking association ns aforsiud, and to continue sucu reuoii;'"" .. '-"- lHtimr notes aro issnedi until there shall be outsiunuiuK ' T,,. j .o- Kiil-tender United States notos und no moroj .....I ...i.i.liA Int. rliivnf iFimunrv. Annn. Domini 1879, tho Secretary of the Treasury . , . m .' . jM linltan WtatoD lAivnl.tnTi. .m linn reaneni in umn u """""s'" der notes then outstandlngon their nresenta- lion for reueinpnou m muuiiiw v ,.iiuin-iisi,. line xi-eiiniii'-i ' . " mi . -.Tn.M Vimb .4m nilTTIkl Mflr. lllua tllllll C.n- uiry oi now i "' . , - - .1, ., ' und to ennblo the . Secretary of the Treas ury to prepare ""Y v".-"1'' tion In this act authorized or required, he Is authorizeu to use any siutJiuo g.tuiiu.i5ii uum Hiiineo.tiiue iu. tho Treiisury not otherwise . i .i-.i lnJuiid cull n-nA rtlcnm. nl nppropriuieu, ami "i"i ....... at notlessthanpar incoln.eitherof the de scriptions of theboiids oi the United States del ,i i.. .1 .f llnni.Nlua minwivnil Ti.ln scnoeu in nvv ml wiifiivoo v It, 1870, entitled 'An uct to unthorlzo there- 14. lnill. eilHHUli 1.11 in-v nn nuviii'iiui, ."uiw ;. ' .1 ni.'.lir,Ql rtnlih' iv lllimrllniill. IltlllllllK " n iii.v." -.-I 1""" tics, privileges and exemptions to the extent 11 . . 1 1 . 1 . . . . . 1 ...... f , , 1 1 nlF.nl nnit necessaly w enn imo Btn,iiviu,i .,i nun to use the proceeds thereof for the purpow n foresaid" be. and the same Is, hereby re- P ThcHtollowlng is tho voto on tho bill in de tail: " i.v:V i . yeas Messrs. Atiuns, jmiier imu.i, usu nine, Bnvne, Bell, lllackburn, niand.'Boone,. n....?... ii i...ili,n Rrnwim. ltnr'lcner. - Culiell. . lllWni lin-feui,,, '-"".'. . .. .. ! .. ' Liildwell (KVi), Caldwell (rn.), i;iiikiiis, uon- n..il.ln'h,ilninra IllnrlrA fKv V f!lnrb (Mo.), Clymcr, Cobb, Collins, Cooke, Cravens,. Crittenden, Culberson, Davison, Davis (N. C), Dibrcll, Dickey, Douglas, Durham, Eden,. Elam, Krrett, Evans - (S. C), Kwing, Fel ton, Finlev, Forney, Fort, Franklin, Fuller, Gardner, Garth, uiaaings, uiovcr. iooue, Gunter, IlamlHon,- Hunnii, Harris (Ga.), Har ris (vaj, nanisoii, uhihhikwi .i..,vw, iuw- kell. HUtcner, iiayes, uuiikid. iiuiu.v, iionni ... . . t , , 1 1 ..I. in. 1 1 mi u i. T I , , ti In v Una. ton, Humphrey, Jones (Ala.), Jones (0.), t.-..iin i.'m.mi Knlliiiinir. Knniin HTldXt. Il,ll ,.-vi.ii,ii. . o- . rri. Linbii. Mackcy, Malsli, Manning. Marsh. Martin, McKenzie, ' 'McMahon, Mills, Morgon, , Muldrow, Oliver, j-nen., Phillips. PriUemore, en, . iii. lteillv. Bice (O.) Kiddie, RobWns, ltoherts, ii . r. R.il.iiiB.in c inifS. Kvan.SanD. Suyler, Scales, Shelly, Singleton, Slenions,, Smith ua.i, opni-Ks, o iniisti, ... r son, Throckmorton, Tlpton.Townshond (111.), Tucker. Turner, mrney, vncei " hees, Waddcll, Walker, Walsh, VVhlte (Pa. , .... . ...... iin.u,i..n.n urttllu.iia , I Al. V White (inu.j, iiiiihuii i ", , ,iu..i.",. v . Willis (Ky.). Wilson. Wright, Routes, ounf 133. ' ,. Hans Messrs. Aldrlcn, uacon, jtitgiey. Baker (K. Y.), Bnllou, Banks, Beebe, Bene dict, Bisbee, Blair, Boyd, Brentano, Brewer, Briggs, Burchard. Burdlck, Cuin, Camp, Br.V' J-,i.i.....Ii. nialHin niartr fV. J.V ijllliiuueii,,'-ii"'i'""1i ".x-(r Clark (la.), Colo, Conger, Covert, Cox (0.), . .. i -i,, Tlnnfnv1 . Tlavlfl . Ual.. iieennK, iieiusiiu, uuhiih, am.h..., ir" '!' i.n..i.i.r.W Vllun.nr.li 1,'rnna ll'n.).. Eillllies, nic.uKii, .ii.on'-.i y -:'r Foster, Freeman, Fi-ye, Gni1ild,Gibson,Male, HarclenDcrgn, nurmer, niuii-. v.iiiw-w, ; Hcndee, Henderson, Hewitt (X. .) HubbelL. . 1 T.Mn lainna InniufV III . 11111 llUUKCl-Itll U, liuini , uniii,;o,...iw v.,. geiison. Joyco, Kelghtley, Kimniell, Liindcrs, Uiplllllll, lilltniop, Lieoiiliru, i,iii.i-j, wood, Lorlng.I.uttrel, Mnvlmm, McCook, Mo Gownn. McKinlev. Metoalf, Mitchell, Monroe Morrison, Morso,. l Chiller, Norcross, O'Neil, Overton, Pacheco, Page, I'ntterson, rcuuie, hhht, ramu, i,r Price, Pugh, Quiun, Kiiinev, ltundolph, Keed, Klce (Miiss.),lloblnson (Mass.), Boss, Samp son, Schleicher, Slmlleiibprger, Siimiekson, Stonger, Stewart, Stone (Mich.), Thornhurgn, nn ttl AlT.il .Ui......... Wll.nllll. lowiiscim l.; 11 llll-, IHll-l ..... Welch, Williams (Mich.), Williams (N0r i.n.i:... irt.. umu...... lit. 1 IV'ilha l?l. 1TI111IIII19 1,11 tn.;, , ii milium wtui " Y.), Wlllets, Wood, Wren 120. Christmas Beef for England. The Boston Commercial Bulletin says: " Nearly all of the Boston dealers who have investigated the English beef mar kets (aiulthe. Buinber w,ho have done so is quite large) concur in the statement that it will be possible hereafter to ex port a considprable quantity, of fresB beef from this port to Europe at a fair profit. Just now, however, the English markets are well stocked, and the re ceipts from Ireland are averaging 22, 000 cattle per week. It is, therefore, impossible at present to export either live cattle or dressed beef from this country at a profit, but it is stated tbst as soon as the supply in the Engli5'' markets is ' reduced a little the ship ments from this port will be resumed, and arrangements have already beta made by the same'' parties who hv lately been shipping live cattle to sen nl.. a lUineiimmanl ill l"!llfi AtmaS DCcl by the Cunard steamer which sails Dee- ; 8. The same steamer the Battvuv- ; which took out the last shipment of beet will carry upon her nest voyage-"' 24 1.500 carcasses of mutton, shipr- by the butcher who controls the Bo mutton market. - Whether the shippf expect to make a profit npoa this ton in the English market, or wb0 he is simply exporting it for the pose of relieving the Bostoa niarkA a question. It is stated that be surplus of 20,000 sheep to be &. this season, and possibly a PrL- them will find tbir way to Eng-