Newspaper of Evening Star, January 8, 1867, Page 1

Newspaper of Evening Star dated January 8, 1867 Page 1
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?^' ?^????111 II m III I. - 1 7 .. , , , . : V*. XXIX. WASHINGTON. D. C.. TUESDAY. JANUARY 8. 1867. N?. 4,317. ; " ' the evening star i fimu3H?D Daily,<bunday bxceptbdi AT TH"E STAB BUILDING*, fta{A?ul ccrntr /'raa'a. 4MMM M< UU ifrer* bt W. 1). WALLA OH. Tbe STAR iiwtfH by tan earners to tAelr ?ubscrit ors in til* City and District at T*? 4 nT? ran will Oopiea at u# rouater, witA or without wrappm. Two Cwn ?cfe. P*tc? for Mailiwo ?Three months, 'Ont Dollar and Fifty Cents; six months, Thru Dollars; one year, i'iM Dollars. No papers are teat from the kteiter taaa paid for. The WEEKLY S?TAB?published on FTMtary ir-crning? Ont Dtllar and a Half * Tear. PERSONAL. rlXTLEKlM WHO All AFFHCT*D-A ' rare warranted bp aa old Bargae* of twenty tbree yean' et parte ace ia tkfe isittrtltr branch t tfc? yrofHWM. Chnrgee majorats Do mi ?r*?y to owasks. MRIeJ B. %BDM BE. M. D? Ule of the VMtoi Btetee Bioord Venereal,Hoe(um?-? Mo. iil oonth A etreet, opposite the Capitol f^aare. sooth side. . M B ?Medicines site farni*hed at cost. rt 4e 77 MS* (II Mi ItftTIB lftTU|0,('Wv<u?t, Mi Tut i"I will ?1t? life readings, lacltdlni ' f'*,?ll*aod t ct are ether office, fit), north side of Penn a kwnni, bet ween and tth streets. ??ce boars from ?to ; a m. end to I p. m. dB J' )m* |\*T TOW LB, " " ' . HOMEOPATHIC PBTS101AB. Beeideece si d ??<*?. Ho 4<W 4th etreet. Office H< on ?9 to 10 a. m.-5 to p. m. de!9 tf A \ T? Sk"** OHBAr SraMPfdO HOOMB /* 13 V ?th Street, oe petite Pa teat Office, ladlee y*_KJ^n*^>ar rtdoced price*,aa Ue eery beet Hi**1.**?".?**"' Ttm6* ateaspod ...?0cte. Cbrmiae 1 okas, ' Jt eta Band! " r.?..?cti: itacr for t raid or embroidery, crxr patterns are ot tbe very deafens, selected with care ia Mew Terk. andI Item* ta receipt ot them weekly, we are aMe sally to isaae new patterns as weli *s"Jw,*^S "f"' ?? pattern brotubt us. de li' tf' or^-** Cotton at redact prices. J 'fit? E,KATTORNEY AND OOBN* LAW A**> MOTABY PUBLIC, No. 12th it' eet we?t. de 14 ly I fc^' YOl'NQ bae removed hie I' *'??" ko. 47? lath ftroet, to hie re?dt>u?? ?o I ork are., four doer* eaet of Trth >rv?V? *rter? leftat the Drag Store of SI AIB N JtBKO .coraei 9th st sad Pa are., during the day. will be pre mptly attended to de 15 lm* F'HABK M 1.TBINQF1BLD, _ ? CWBSTABLB AXD COLLECTOR < ollects Hrx.tM. Debte and Claims ?f all kinds. Baaineea plared in his hasd? reo*ieee prompt at f??ioa. Beforencei giyen ifre<inire<i. Otbce ?ll pth street, above Pa. avenoe; resiJl L street, between 9th and lttth. " "d ?Orders by mail proaiptly attended to. <! 14- Tin L~ ADIBB IT Is ACKIOWLKDOBD THAT ..the M*W STAMPIHO DBPOT. on ?th street, s .1 bas tbe beet aelectlon of Patterns eeer offered here and the proprietor haa reduced the price to OBB HALF that bas been charged heretofore Beins a practical Stamper, no tear need be hed of getting what will anlt yoe. Go see him. He wtljjnahe and itanae AMY pattern, de IS tf you HAVE BKBM lMPBUDENT.bat neither a Uncha nor Baiuaritaa kambugs ' tcirt make 'A* ''I'fi _Bee Dr. DABBY, on 7tL etreet, oppo aite Odd Fellowa' Hall, and be enred nultk and permanently. deS-lm* DB. H. B. WOODBCBY haa removed his office to Mo. 339 F street, opposite Bt. Patrick's unnreh. ds8 eolm' d"*OM P1DBMTIAL.?Toartg men who hare InV^ jured ^tbeoiselTes ny certain secret habits, yftlch niiBt tbem for business, pleasure, or the dntiaeot married life, aleo. middle aged and old who. from the follle# of Tooth, or other oaoses. feel a debility in Hdvence of their years, before placing themes I Tee under tbe tnrsfnnt of aay oae.sbcmld flrat read "The 8eoret friend.n Married ladiee will learn something ef importance by pernaing "The Secret Prlsnd. I Sent to any adareas, tn a sealed envelop* on receipt of 26 cants. Addreo, Dr.CHAS. A. BTUABT A CO.. Barton, no P ly HhIVAL AND rtMBB\L WBBATUS. BO I* QPBT8, CBOSSES. AMCHOB8, STABS, Ac., FT.eIT,^w "Mnra! form WAX FLOWBBS, !'' FLOWBBS, and BBAIBIMO, by Mrs. I?1! 1 Has remoeed to Mo. *'49 ll.h atreot, between 0 and H. oc J-6ss* Ladies who abb dbsibocsof a be illfal and aecoajphahed Pbysidan. should con *11 D* HEBBT MOBTON. 1 >?? sast Faywtto atreet, Baltimore, Md. Dr Morton's services may bejeagagaa in Washington or any other city, by sddreesingas aboTs oc 13-to" J*?*? QCILD. LMmitr in iVnt and Second kand humtitt't. Old Fmnitare Bepalred. Reap bolstered snd srnlsbed llth and Batt..(near the eanal > Higbest pries paid for Second hand FurLltor# Ml lj* 'nismi. PLACI. WAST) H. L*MOH. C.?.H,ACg. LAW OFF1UB. BLACK LAMOH A CO., Counsellor* aod Atternej a at Law In the Bnarems Court of tbe Tni'ed States, the Oonrt of Otaima tbe to?rtaof the District, the Executive DepartBieDte. and CoDimitteea of Coagrees. Office, 46a 14th atreet, (dlrecMy opposite Wlllard* Hotel ) in m-tf OLOTH1NO, Jto. ~ " i\l LOBAMQ, ~~~ * MhkCHAKT TAILOR. ? . Corner of yts and D streets. Deslrea to return hie thaaka for tb? liberal a. pationage bestowed upcii bin during paat^B yaeoas, aad at tbe same time invitee bla II ?rlfnd*"* ?*^t Ms store and las poet Ms new WW_ and chome selection of goods, which he has ?'wlBfor Trade. . & HaBDOM. his associate, coattnnsa to givs constant attention to the style and general of Ml garments made at the aetab11 : VUeHt. Tbe beat wort and moderate ahargea Is oar motto. det-im* ahzxTTs ""DjimJfrA* r ?* * e<ro?oIlu^ot^fVu lirow^sf' W .yMf '^^vaggrp^ !L!r*'y ^ r?rs from the ctMof Feb^^TiSr ^leh t*km ui'jus&svuK rffirdSJtns. wby said petition oaabt not to N-'granted^ * ' aieh^b! SCEY&s: fe?SSe2S5,?al& ? 9?^*: ?hich_wlU he farnishsii on ajiillauiP "J issji: 3:;.?w?nws^.,jsssr?-" ? ?7". flrstof aaid poblloattoaa lobe atieaataiua dnra prt vtous u tha day of hearing ?? ?*** aaps ^ Tro. thbakeb. P ? nait/v*. m* Baton ta. C' pj. and send their Mils to the'Vataot Office'w^tS a paper conta inlag this aotioe d?W%rtir IJEPAWIIIT of thb imtbbiob. ifoifEn STATES PA TEST OFFICE, "r?ff oatsnT" ? LTL IA S^WWKKASnAM. 2g^fc%!swnB?a.zsS sa Jgeot. which takes place an the 19th day of April, thi1 Pat et*tr*o 1 be hoard at ^ o^oc^rrL^l aMeonaare wjiyjKta tasrt {CHw'h^M ^ V once, waieh will bafornWiod oaappllca S-haitj. D Mass , ooce a woeh for thrXT ? IsTAausBao is Ota. MM D.MPB.T TVXAViY'iffa^a ^Bta tloaara, Aa , S9? Pa. av.,hot7Vth and loth eta ' C. iloTo hiaa to he a cosapetaat tnner. ?a At n v sssau^jssrv-s?^: ??ee-Brooke, a aeval, by Lever, d coats: The .rag Majwa }! ISXrks^Zr issi&tar - - ^ *? FBAMOX TAT LOB. pH YBictAi'B AAMt ft6oH I^AAoficB * ' FBABCB tAIhOl. SPSPIAL NOTICES. we Ihtl brMU* *!* PU1.B Km rendered Itiiirfame lHiau>rt?l in his < pejfnme. ?hue powy and ^ hem terry here united to aekefetnBfu. nd w? ira* w Vkfdtf 11?iniM tknaiftoot tk? )?|jtth Md kndth of lb? lui. MdtTMrjwhere h t . *4> BBHlbfAL IHBTITUTE BOB BPBCIAL 0A8B8, It. 14 Bond street. lev York. VPnll information, with the kit but ttsUmontak. also, n Book on Sptcial Distqsej, ?n a ttaU4 envelop*. eentfree. W&* Bt t*rs and send for tkem, and you ictll not rt/rtt it; for, M kdurtltUf Phyticfnne ?w generally tmiwlori, with Ml rtftrtmeu no etsanger should be trusted. Bnctoee n >U?| for pootngo nnd direct to BB. L&VB1KCI. No. 14 Bond street, Mow York. mUDIVI; _ MABBIABB ABD 0BL1BA0T. _ an But; of W amine and I ma traction tot Tonne Hen. A loo, Diseosee and Abnaoa whloh aroetrate the vital powera, with rare mo ana of relief. Boot charge in atalod letter oawlo|M. Addroao Dr. J BKILLIN B0DOHT?H. Howard Aeeoeletlon, Philadelphia. Pn. aailMo BICBBT DISBA8B8. IUiTiX'iSinli thaaaoat certain, anfe and v.ukI ran.edy?indeed, the only vegetable remedy ever diacov'ered Curee in two to ronr daye, and recent caeee in twenty four iionra. Mo mineral, no baleam. no merenry. ! la the soldier'a hope, and n friend to thoae who do not want to bo expooed. Mole packagee, male, f3. Bas ar.tan'sBoot and Hbbb Juicob? Apoeltive and permanent rare for Bpyhiiia. Scrofela, Ulcers, Boree, Spota. Tettera. Ac. Price $1 x per bottle, Bold by 8. G. Ford. See advertisement. ay I lim YBOBTABLB SICILIAN HA1B HI Mkwbb Be no wo tbo Hair. Hall>i Vbobtablb Sicilian Hair Bimwii Keatores gray hair to tbe original color. Hall'a Vbgbtablr Sicilian Hair Brnswrr Prevents the hair from tolling off. Hall'a YnoxrABL* Sicilian Hair Bincwns Makaa the hair aoft and gloeey. Hall's Veoktarlr Sicilian Hair Benbwrr Doee not stain the akin. Hall's Sicilian Vbobtablb Hair Bbxxwkr Baa proved Itself tbe beat preparation for tbe hair ever praaentod to the public. Price fl. For aalo by all druggiato. ja?-Tnly MVMELY, STEADILY, 80CCKSSF0LLY, SHOLABDSB'S EXTBAOT BU KO U CVR11SO every case at Bidnrt Bisras*. BbWMATUM, Bravbl, 0 bin art DiaoRSBRa, Wrainbbs and Painb In tbo Baci, Pbmalb Complaints and Trovblbb arising froa Bicw* ot art Hire. OOMB, IB AVVLI0T1DI TBY BHVLASDBB'I, TAKE NO OTHER BVCKV. Bold by nil Apothocarlao. Price 91. D. B ABHBB * CO., How York, and BABHB8, WABD4 00., How Orlenna, Bon them Agon to. HUBLB10H A BOOBBS, Wholoanlo Druggist., Booton. Maaa , A?*. fob 14-ly COLGATE A CO."8 W 1 N T B B 80AP. Kec?m mended for chaffed hams and for general toilrt nae daring cold wiathir. It may be obtained of all droggteta and tonoy goods dealers, feb 9 ooly DANCING. pBOPS. J. W. A H. P. KBBIS' DAH01BQ AC A DIM T, OA Ponnayirnnla avenue. bet. 6th and 7th ata.. Jfm Oppooito Metropolitan Hotel. fiflL iSi. Claaaoa forming every evening. Thoee de*eVv?! ?? ??? ?2?r honla avail themsoivoa or tbla opportunity. JmSSi^V BnH.b* ad* in tbU qoart" for Cirenters can bo had at J. p. Bills' and V O Hetaarott A Co. >o Haste Stoue W U The Hall can bo rented for Solreoe, Ao. ' r? L-&?iKite* ^~f Saturday aftornoena,froaS tofto'cioclt. _Qnartor coamenelng with tbo ftrst ieaaon. ja 8 1 M A *1' 1' OABOgO MAB1III% AB8BHBLY BOOMS, tt , _ B, between Kh and 16th a tree la, Thio nondeay la aow open for ttoo roceotioa of pu?il/ r^ep Da>a and henra of tnltion for yonng ladiaa Oeatlemen** riaaoee from 8 to 10. aamo event nga ** * WOori AND COAL. ^ O A LI 0 OA It 11 AT OBBATLY BID DC ID PB10BS. *vS*2"lt#9S.of 5* daMvorod in any part of i'*- Chootatt White A ah, f7 li, Stove, Bge iShiny*WMte Am- ??' ArtVis ftr 9AA a^fVlNB WOOD oonatootly on hand. igawsg.'LT ?,r J*1 444 th street, betweeo H and P. ^OALl OOAfct! OOAtTTl C,M? "ticle of Wood and Coal aa cheap aa the oheapeot, I hope ?f iav.ivs " all OTH Rb"u e ALiTl BSoTW HlTBAitH 1 23 LYKKHH VAkLKY PUBBBBD ASH 8 75 diamohd vhih ?idaih: z:::: g 6BOSS WIIOHT, 3J<0 LBS. TO TAB TOH. Always on hand nod oonotantly receiving the best mnalitioe of WOOD of every doocriptlon, deli verod m any port of the city. jM-im Ttb at., between B and P su Ntlind. RA. CB0X1HW BASB BALL AMD 8KATOBIAL UBAD QUABTBB8, Dealer in Imported Clgara Alao. tho following brands of Domestic Clgara: Tnilp, Jndy, PnJ, Bobert Bhrao, Ac. 1 nlao keopoSne oaeertaent of Tobacco, Moorachana nod Briar Wood Plpog, and Pancy Articles. A Urge aaaortment or tho finoat and boat BBaTB8. do 18 l? BOOTS ABP SH0B8. jjjT i IK ?*.i*eaa. fl The ondoraignod boga leavo to inform hlafrtoeds . ,, BOOTS AMD fiHOBS. ^ BeaW0ha* <ho n?ahor, 4OS 7th atreot, under Hill *ke Mow Oheap Store, lor"Sit ' *** ^kBOBQB B, WILSOH. gliDBTIlllV PmiT^ WBATHBB The boot lavintUp of the age. Bxoludoa anew. rain, oold air a?d dnst from doom and window* of owry doaciipf ion. Kv onto at Puilder^a Depot 263 7th atroot, Of foelte Centre Harkot . ?o?Tw H. W. HAMIhYOH A OH. i? 11 K ? T A L TBS ??^^S-iae?S3g)|fK'S 00? i *%n"sri:'?viiarni*n. Pint door eaot of Tthat. to^^rteea<4^i WV^"V?T7.SB0TT^^^ jpOBtHM^ai d T.I. -IO") l ' j 8TBA M BNQIHBS, CoaUafhcfhe anxtana pi e Heney,4n?nhf>l?y. andeconossy, with the alnianaor Weight ai pAo*. Tkoy nao wkl^ly and favorably knows, more fhon 4?S be4ag In aoO AU warmntod aaUaY^iS. O. HSADJLBY AOO^ r I 'J e I f I TELEGRAMS, fee. lit tails of the (real fire at Yokohama, Japan, state that thiny-fl ve bodies bad b?n r?(mrr<>d,'iDd the number was hourly tacreasinf. Many peitons wer?crushed to death by tie crowd Detachments of British Bailors, nbr were lsaded to save property, beoame intoxicated. and fiiagM In it discriminate robbery and pillage. The archives of the U. S. consulate -were destroyed by fire. TB? people were suffering for food, there being a great scarcity of rice. The Government bad, however. removed the monopoly on Its sale. and allowed foreign merchant* to sail directly to consumers. A letter from Hardysvllle, Arlxona, complains bitterly of the depredations committed by the Apache Indians la the northern part of that Territory, and the northern part of Arisona will hereafter be better protected, several companies of the Fortieth United States Infantry, who arrived from the East by the last steamer, having been aseigaed the duty o' guarding the United States mail routes to Arizona. A San Francisco despatch says Shangba advices to Novembers report the victory of Manking, who took the Held in person to crush out the Shawtuug rebels. Three separate bodies of European troops were marching against the rebels, but foreigners did not entertain any hope of success. There is still much doubt and uncertainty as to the Maryland Senatorial question. Governor Swann's IrienJs are confident, whilst many Eastern Shore members stoutly protest against surrendering their rights to have some one selected trom their section. A joint resolution will be introduced in the Illinois General Assembly at an early day of the *eesion, against the currency contraction policy of Secretary McCulloch. The Senaterial canvass is hotly carried on, but Judge Trumbull will undoubtedly be re-elected. The long contested case between St. Paul, Minnesota, and the butchers has been decided in lavor of the citr, which had imposed a license ot f20u per yea' on all meat markets outf-ide the market house. The Hon. Lynan Tremaine has withdrawn from the canvass for United States Senator from New York, and will cast b?? whole influence in favor of Hon. Roscoe Conkling. Advices from Turk's island of December Jlith slate: "A report has just reached this place from Cape Hayti that President GefTurd has been poisoned." An attempt was made Saturday to fire the St. Cbarle* theatre m New Orleans, but was discovered in ume to prevent any serions damage. The war in Southern Japan was stopped by the Mikado. The new Tycoon favors carrying out faithfully the treaties with foreigners. Tlie Impeachment Resolution The following is a report ot the proceedings in the House of Representatives on the impeachment resolution introduced yesterday. Mr. Ashley (Ohio) rose to a question of privilege, and sttiu. 1 rise, sir, to perform a painful duty, but a duty, nevertheless, which 1 deem imperative upon me?a duty which 1 think cannot be iurther postponed, and which cannot, without criminality on our part, be longer neglected. I had hoped, sir, that this duiy would have devolved upon an older and more experienced member of this House thau myself. Prior to our adjournment 1 asked a number of gentlemen to introduce a resolution, w hich 1 afterwards ofleied and on which 1 lmled to obtain a suspension of the rules. ConlHant that the loyal people of this country demand at our hands the action provided tor in the proposition that 1 am now about to submit Mr. Finck (Ohio) rose to a question of erder ?that there was no question betore the House. 1 he Speaker decided the point of order to be well taken, and said that it it were insisted upon the gentleman trom Ohio [Mr. Ashle\ J could not be permitted to proceed. Mr. Finck insisted upon to** point of order. Mr. Ashley. Then, sir, uniny responsibility at a Representative of this House, and iu its and before the American people, 1 charge Andrew Johnson. Vice President,aud acting as President of the United States, with the commission of high crimes and misdemeanors; and 1 now propose a resolution. .Applause in the gallery.) Mr. Ashley thee presented a preamble and resolution, as follows, aud demanded the previous question upon its passage: 1. do impeach Andrew Johnson, Vice President, aud acting President of the United States, of high crimes and misdemeanors. 1 charge him with the usurpation of power in violatiou ot law, in that he has corruptly used the appointing power: in that he has corruptly u*ed the pardoning power ; iu that he hascorruptly used the veto powr ; In that he has corruptly disposed of the public property of the United States; in that he has corruptly iutertered in elections; and committed acts aud conspired with others to commit acts which, in contemplation of the Constitution, are high crimes and misdemeanors: Therefore, be it Httolvtd, That the Committee ou the Ju dietary be, and they are hereby authorized ts inquire into the official conduct of Andrew Johnson, Vice President of the Umted States, discharging the powers and duties of the office of President of the United States, and to report to this House whether, in their opinion, the taid Andrew Johnson, while tii said office, has been guilty of acts which were designed or calculated to overthrow, subvert, or corrupt the Government of the United States or any department or any officer thereof; and whether the said Andrew Johnson has oeeu guilty of any act or has conspired with others to do acts which, in contemplation of the Constitution, are high erimee and misdemeanors, requiring the Interposition of tM constitutional power of this House; and that the said committee have power to sead for persons and papers, and to administer the customary oath le witnesses. Mr. Spalding (Ohio) moved to lay the resolution upon the table; and en that motion Mr. Finck (Ohio) demanded the yeas and nays. The motion was lost?yeas 39, nays loo. 1 he Speaker then stated the question to be upon seconding the demand lor the previous question. On motion el Mr. Bingham, tellers were ordered, and the demand for the previous question was seconded by a vote of S5 to 46. 1 Mr. Hubbell (Ohio) moved to reconsider that .vote. Mr. Stevens (Pa.) moved to lay the motion to reconsider upon the table, which was done by the following vote;?Yeas05, nays47. The Speaker then declared the question to be upon agreeing to the resolution. i Mr Mi black (Ind ) raised a point of orderthat the motion to reconsider being laid on the table, carried the resolution with it Tee Speaker overruled the point of order; and the preamble and resolution were iheu adopted by the following vote: J'eo*?Messrs. Alley, Allison, Ames, Arnail, D. R. Ashley, J. M. Ashley, Baker, Baldwin, Bands, Barker, Baxter, B*amtui, Benjamin, Bidwell, Bingham, Blame. Bout well. Brandsgee. Bromwell, Broom all. Bnckland, Bundy, t'hauler R. W. Clarke, Sidney Clarke, Cobb, Cook, CaUum, Culver, Darting, Defrees, DalaSo, Deining, Dixoa, i>ouu?Uy, Driggs, Eckley, araswor .h, Farquhar. Ferry, Garfield. Grinnell, A. 0. Harding, Hart. Hays, Henderson, ftiif by, Hill, Holmes, Hooper, C. D. Hubbard. J. H. Hubbard, Ingereoll, Jenckes, Julian. Kasson. Kellev, Kelso, Ketcbam, Kuykendall, G. V. Lawrence, Wai. Lawrence, Loan. bongyear, Lynch, Mars ton, Marvin, Maynard, McClurg, McKee, McKuer, Merour, Miller, Moorhead, Morrill, Mouliou. Myers, O'Neill, Orth, Paine* Patterson, Pert am, pike< price, Wm. H. Randall, A. H- Bice, J. H. Rioe, Sawyer, Suheack, Seafield, Siarr. Strveas. Stones, Thayer, John L. Thomas, Trowbridge, Upson, Van Asraam, H. Ward. Waraer, E. B.. Was& burne. H- D. Washburn, Welker* Wentwoflth, Williams, J.F. Wilson, 8. F. Wilson aud Windoro?l Oh. A'oys?Messrs. Ancona,. Bergen, Campbell, Cooper, Davis, Dawson, Dodge. Eltlridge, Finck, Glossbreaner, A. Hard wag Hawkins, Bwe, Hogsm, Hubbell, Humphrey, Hunter, Kerr, 1-aiham. Leftwitch, MoQul lough, Nib-f lack, NKbolson, Noell, Phelps, S. J. Randall. Raymond. Bitter, Roes, Spalding, Streuse. Taber, M <3. Taylor, Netoen Taylut. Trimble, A. H Wsrd. Whaley,a*d Winfleld?3?. h Jltunt esd mot Voting ^-Messrs. Anderson, Blow. Boy er.Coahltng. Da was, Denisoc, i)omoni. Eg gleston. F.lioV tioodyear. Gnswold, Hale. Harris, Hotnhhiss, A. W. Hebbard, D. Hubbard. E. 9T. HabbeH. Halberd, Johnson. Joaec, Keen's, laiUs, Le FUoad, Marshall, Melndce, Morris. Newsii. Plant* Pomeroy, Ksdlord, Roger*. Hollies. Hoummu, Sbanklui, Shellaherger, MWWW'h Bloan, Still well, and Wnght^-a^. ? I CONGRESSIONAL. ! ?The President's mNM|?, TCtolij I the District Suffrage bill, baying been rtU i yesterday afternoon, the question was on nas< sing the bill over the veto. Mr. Morrill proceeded to discuss tbs ar(i< I mentof the messace. That the measure was popular voice, as alleged, did not, ?aid, appear to be sbown wbeu the bill waa I under consideration. Tbe evidence of that allegation relied upon in tbe me*, age was the I electors qualified to vote only npon tn< I ? .1 affa,rs of the District. The objection to that was that this was a subject npon which such electors were rot qualified to vote. This * question of popular rights, and did not ?? persons legally qualified to vote in tuts District upon ordinary affairs. But there was a better ? newer still-that this question f!!1*0 an7 Xaf* be'onit to tbe people of I the Dis.rict of Colombia. It belonged is tbe people of tbe United States. Upon all questions they have control. Only Congress repre. I seated this District; so tbe people of tbe i)?. i i net bad no control ovarii. The President a next objection w&. that It violated the people'i right ot local government. It was never de. sigaed that tbis District should have a local government. In no sense whatever was It a I government, either local or general. Wnen tbe t,rant was made for tbe District none was provided, bnt it was to be governed by Co a. | gres*^ Tbe next objection was. that of sup. posed antagonism between raoHs. He had presumed this to be a popular delusion, and ibat ?? , d not ** tb,> *rgument of an Executive l be last objection was. that tbe dangers of this Government Jay rather in the encroachments ,Jh ? legislative than in tbe executive Whether that was so or not, it had no relevan-' cy to tbe question. That question conld be better discussed on a future occasion. Mr. Sherman said the message waa couched in respectful language, and should be respectfully considered. In regard to the President's

allusion to the danger of ah abuse of legistsj tive power, be thought, Is this case. Congress assumed bo doubtful power, as tbe President I himself bad admitted. If this were a question of taxation on the people of tbe District, or other local matters, the people should have the privilege of deciding it for themselves, in "A."1* ?rowin* wealth and importance I of the District. The question as to who should vofe was not to be settled by a portion of the I people. Wbat right had tbe white people to say that the negroes should not vote! In the on ubJ*o?' f??w went to tbe polls bnt those opposed to negro suffrage, lie would have been willing to plarea test of intelligence on the negro as well as upon the white, if it had been practicable; that of reading und writing was no sufficient test He argued that this I was the time to confer suffrage upon the neI groes, in view of tbe Influence it might have I on other communities, and that tbis was the I place, though the President denied It. He beI lieved they would exercise the power with I reason and intelligence. He referred to the I advances in civilization made by the negroes I of the District. Here they conld do no barm I voting merely upon municipal questions financial and otherwise. Doubtless, in time, I Ohio would place the negro nn an equalitv with the white man, though they disliked to I be so influenced lrom without. Mr Cowan differed entirely with tbe Senator I from Maine [Mr. Morrill] in the assertion that the people of the District had nothing to do I with tbe question. If that were true, all our I governments, State and national, were placed on a wrong foundaUon. If so, wbat bad tbe I people of Ohio or other States o do with such questions ! How could Pennsylvania undertake to affect the internal affairs of Maine ' It was the lundamental basis of oar institutions that the people should be represented. Was Congress the government of the District to dictate to the people, or to be governed by their I wishes f Was not the idea in conferring those powers on Congress simply to enable them to govern the nation without hindrance I That gave them no right to introduce an experiment here which has never been tried elsewhere in the United States. The people were an independent people, with the same right to govern their own affairs as| the people of any State The people were divided iuto two distinct races, between whom there could be no social equality. Congress conld not make political equality, unless they could make black men white, though they might try it. It wa- a question of the dominance of races. If the whites I continued in the majority, then of what use was the negro s vote ! The bill merely promotes this continual contest of races at every election In future. If tbe District called a convention on tbe subject, doubtless the question would be settled as tbe States had settled it That was the proper way Why had not the experiment been tried before? Gentlemen said it had in Massachusetts and elsewhere I Hut it had been very sparingly tried Thev had very lew negroes, while here they were a multitude. He was ready to say that the chairman of tbe Committee on the District fMr Morrill] had put the negro on an equality with the white In every respect but tbis political I privilege Had tbe negro been everbe&rd to complain that tbe taxes had been misapplied, I that the sidewalks had been neglected, tbe gas j or water works mismanaged; yet this was I simply conferring upon him a voice in tbe I lection of a Mayor and Couneil. He paid a I nail share of tbe taxes. Mr. Williams believed the author of the I meeeage, when be was swinging ronnd tbe circle, bad referred to bis consistency. In tbe I canvass of .1S?4 Mr. Johnson bad said that be favored giving suffrage to the loyai men of tbe South, white and black. He referred to various like instances since of tbe President's I enunciating such news. In tbe message tbe President bad answered all tbe objections to I Ute bill by eaying he favored a general and harmonious extension of tbe right to tbe negro He therefore agreed in the main with tbe majority of Oongress,bnt yet had overruled tbem merely on a question of expediency. Mr. Johnson said be profoundly differed rrom the opinions expressed against the mesI sage in regard to Congress being the only power legislating for this Distnct Congress had no more control over the rights of this people than over those of the States. When tbe grant of the District was made there was an implied contract on the part of Congress that it would not interfere with the subject of slavery. It would be remembered that tbe I negroes, since flooding this place and tbe States, were really nothing bat paupers It was proposed, now. to give tbem the same right to levy taxes, Ac., as those who owned property. He was not aware that since the constitutional amendment bad been submitted I to the States, any of them bad conferred sufnJ?on ' w MKT0- Ev?b ll"> Senator from I Ohio (Mr. Sherman; had said that, perhaps j in her bum good time, Ohio would confer it on him. He doubted if in Maryland, where j slavery had been abolished never to be restored, such a proposition would get a bunI votes. Tbe Senator from Oregon fMr I y'll'*?*) had introduced a bill to prevent tbe I flooding at tbe Pacific coast with Chinamen; I yet he seemed to feel differently on tbis subI ject. Tbe distinctions were founded in naI muBt ** considered; there conld not I be the proper unity of feeling between the races to justify tbla matter. He did not doubt the wisdom ef the message ia iu claims in reI gard to legislative encbroachments. Indlviln ? multitude. I -1 or that reason tbe pardon!ng power was 1 vested in a single individual. He believed. I however, thai the nation which had withstood I the conflict of arms would withstand all such I perils. j Mr DoolitUe argued that the majority of tbe l wbite race bad tbe capacity of seir-govern. I mem, while in all other races such capacity was exceptional. He asked If any Senator I present beloved that tbe majority of tbe neI grroes were flt for suffrage. Yet It was proposed to confer npon tbem unlimited suffrage In the constitutional amendment tbe question I ^P'imited negro suffrage bad been repudi. ?*d. Me doubted whether suoh a proposition I would pass in Massachusetts The bill was tbea passed over the veto by I tbe following vote; 1?u?Messrs Anthony, Oattell, Chandler, -Oonnese. Create, Ores well, Edmunds, Fesseuden, J>qgg, Fowler, Frelingbuyssn, Grimes. Henderson, Howard. Howe. JKJrkwood, Lane, I Morgan, Morrill, Poland, Ramsey, Koss, Kbermen. Stewart,Sumner, Trnmboll, Wade, WilI lev. and William*?M. Xayt?Messrs. Cowan, Dixon, Doolittle, Foster, Hendricks Johnson, Nesmitb, Morton, Patterson, andVan Wiatrle?10. On motion of Mr. Wadsi, lbs Senate took P ** bill for iki admission of Nebraska as a I State. The pending question was on the amendmen! offered by Mr. Wilson to tbe amendment of Mr. Brown, providing that tbe Legislature should decide tbe question of suffrage, whereupon, if tbe word "while" were stricken frt m tbe constitution, Nebraska should be admitted. Mr. Hews took tbe Seer in faver of tbe I bill Tbe question being pit, Mr. Samner voted biose in favor of Mr. Wklpon'a amendment, ( * * l vberrnpcB the j#u and nsys were called, , and bo quorum voting, tbe Senate adjourned. I Horw?Yesterdsy afternoon, tlie impeachment resolution introduced by Mr. Astalev, buying bern passed by the vote given elsewhere id our paper? i Mr. MtUlorr (Mo ) offered a resolution instructing the judiciary Committee to inquire | into the constitutionality and expediency of repealing the law* giving compensation to loyal owera ofslsvee who were enlisted into , the service of the I'nlted States during the war: which was adopted. \ Mr. Cobb (W? ) reported a bill to repeal the , art to pnnisn treason, Ac., approved July 17. , 1?2. Mr Loan (Mo ) offered the following resolution, upon which he demanded the previous question: Rtiolttd, That for the pnrpoae of securing , the ti nits of the victories gained on the part of the Republic'during the late war, waged by rebels and traitors against the life of the nation, and of giving effect to the will of the peo, pie. as expressed at the polls during the reI cant elections, by majorities numbering in the aggregate more tbsn 4W.U00 votes, it is the imperative duty of the Thirty-ninth C n press to take, without delay, such action as will accomplish tte following objects-.?1st. The iro, pencbment ot the officer now exercising the fnnctions pertaining to the office of the President of the United States of America, and his removal from said office, upon his conviction, indue form of law. of the high crimes and misdemeanors of which he is manifestly and | notoriously guilty, and which render it unsate longer io permit him to exercise the powers be baa unlawfully assnmed; 2d To provide fOT the faithful and efficient administration of the executive department of the Government, within the limits prescribed by law; 3d. To prescribe effective means to immediately reorganize civil governments in those States lately in rebellion, excepting Tennessee, and lor restoring them to their practical relations with the Government, upon a basis of loyaltv and justice: and to this end, 4th. To eecore, by the direct intervention of Federal authority, the right of francDiae alike, without regard to color, to all classes of loyal citizens residing within tbose sections of \he Republic which were lately in rebellion The Speaker declared the resolution to be referred to the Joint Committee on Reconstruction. Mr. Kelso (Mo.) offered a resolution in the same langnage a* that previously offered by Mr. Loan, except that the third clause was omitted. The Speaker then announced that the morning hour having expired, the resolution would go over until next Monday. Corporation Affairs. Boakt> ?? Alpsrvk*, Jan. 7, 1807 ?The Board met pursuant to law. Present, MessrsLewis, Barr, Edmonston, C. S. Noyes, Tail. Gnltck, McCathran, Oren. Tnrton, Given, Cross. T. E. Lloyd, President, and S. V. Noyes, Secretary. % The Chair laid before the Beard a communication from tbe Mayor, in antwerto the resolution of the Board of Aldermen of tbe 10th uli . inquiring whether tbe Alexandria and Washington Railroad Company, or tbe Washington, Alexandria and Georgetown Railroad Company have taken any stepa to pay the debt due this Corporation. The Mayor transmitted a communication from the Attorney for tbe Corporation to whom the subject was referred, as follows: R. Wallach., Eeq., Mayer, d-c.?Sir: The delay jn closing the testimony in tbe railroad care, (Alexandria Railrond Company and Corporation ol Washington.) has occurred solely as 1 have repeatedly stated to yon by reason of our having been unable to this time to get i Mr. French here with the looks of tkt Company. i As soen as this can be done,.the testimony shall be closed, and tbe case disposed ot But you are aware that we have no process by which we can compel turn to bring books from Alexandria, k oar most obedient servant, Jos. B. Br ai>lkv, Attorney. Washington, 18th Dec., KM P. S ?Since writing thia note, I have learned that the delay In procuring the testimony of Mr. French haa been occasioned solely by the dangerous illness of a child, to whom he was called some three weeks ago. J. H. B. Ordered to be published with tbe proceedings, and laid on tbe table The monthly report of theflntendfcnt of the At-ylum was received and referred to the committee on the Asylum. A communication was received from the Webster Lycenm. asking the use of the Aldermen's Chamber for the meetings of tbe Lyceum: reierred to the oommittse on finance Mr. Barr presented the petition of Jaa. Robertson. A. B Jackson, and others, asking the remission ot a fine; referred to committee on claims. Mr. Barr introduced a joint resolution providing for appointment of a joint committee to eo-operate with a similar committee from tbe Board of Trade, to urge upon the United States Senate the speedy parage of the bill passed by tbe House or Representatives, authorizing the construction of a lateral branch by the Baltimore and Potomac railroad into this District? the proposition being, it Is understood, for the construction of a line from this city connecting with tbe Northern CenUal railroad: referred to tbe committee on improvements, and ordered to be printed. Mr. Given presented the petition of B. Adler, praying the remission ot a One; referred to claim* committee. Mr. Edmonston presented the petition of Edward Metxger, praying the remission of a fine; referred to claims committee. Also. Introduced a resolution asking the Mayor to furnish information as to why the gas lamps on H street north are not lighted; passed. Mr. Noyes presented the petitions of Jam** McN'amara and H. M. Middleton, for remis. won of fines; referred to committee on claims. The Chair presented tbe petitions of J. G. McLaughlin and George Stafford, both of which were appropriately referred. Mr. Owen asked the consideration of tbe special order, being the bill entitled "An act authorizing tbe Mayor to anticipate the revenue of tbe Corporation for the purpose of carrying ont the previsions of the act-namely: consolidating the Hook and Ladder Company with the Steam Fire Engine Company; increasing tbe compensation of the foremen and extramen; to purchase hose: to purchase a bell for the western section of the city: te purchase four horses: and for repairs of engine-houses and fitting up tbe same." Laid over for one week. Mr. Gulick, from tbespecial committee,(Gulick. Given and Noyes,) to which was referred tbe communication ol J. W. Garrett, president of tbe Baltimore and Ohio railroad, in relation to the Metropolitan branch of the Baltimore and Ohio railroad, reported a bill entitled "An act to encourage the extension of direct railread communication with thecltyof Washington,'* whtcb provides "that the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company, in the execnuon of tbe powers given to it by an act of Congress approved Jnly 25, 1M6, entitled >An act to an tnorize the extension, construction and nse, by the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company, of a railroad from between Knexville and the Monocacy Junction into and within the Dis. trict of Columbia,' be, and Is hereby, authorized te extend the said last-mentioned railroad into and within the city of Washington, entering the said city at ths intersection of Its northern boundary and New York avenne, crossing said avenne. aad passing through ths northwest corner of square No. 7.0 to 1st street east, thence along ths centre of that street to the present track of the Washington branch of the Baltimore aad Ohio railroad, and along tbe routs of that track, east of New Jersey avenue, to the present station in square No. 632, with the privilege of constructing and maintaining two traces within the city along the aboTe-described line, aad of aaing steam engines thereon;" and " mat the said company nay, fee the convenient transaction of its business, lay down aad maintain tracks ea D attest north, between North OtpMol street and the east line Qf New Jersey arenne, and on North Oapitol street, between D street and the north line of C street north, In said city, so fhr as mar be dons without Interfering with tbe use of said streets for general purposes, and may nse steam engines thereon.' Also, "that tbe privilege of nemg stasm-engines an the said WasJUngton Branch, wbich is granted in tbe agrreaient between this eity and said ooapany, dated the first day of Jane, 1090, be and tbe sams is hereby extended and granted for a further period of thirty years, from aad after tbe expiration of >be term stipulated in lbs said agreement;" and "that ths grades ol the railw ays to be eons traded by aatbority of this ordlnance, shall conform te the legally established or prescribed gradse of tfcs streets and .aveaass on which they are authorised to he latd.M Other neceesary police pre visloas sad precaattaaary msaearee are embraced ia the hill. The eats ea the third raadtag by peas and nays was araetmoas. aad the bill was f?iil. Mr. Gnltck, from the ftaaaes eommiMee, re4 ? I ported a bill making an appropriation or fitoo I *o P*y the tax clerk tor completing tb? tax. I bo? k^ pasted Also, reported a (Mil mik nr I *" aW,roPr*,l#l> of |G.Si? to purchase feel lor I distribution to the poor of tnia cit?. pawj. I A f?, TfporTfl ba< k :he bill to rpgulate the J pay of the Register. tflxmr hie ??iary at per annum. and to provide for The appointing?,', " reffiaU-r. Willi aa amend, ir.ent allowing lb# assistant !.???< per auaum it f lead of f l,*0. a* it wa* in the un?iuai billI amendment adopted, and ti?e bill n.\??e?l Also' nportea a sotaeiitnte for tbe >unt r^oluuoo I antborixinc tbe Hester to furnish eaob police nagiatrste with a copy of tbe corporation I ' btn pnbliilird, and the ?nbatitote was J p?<Md -j Mr Crow, from ctatma committee, reported adversely en petition of Henry Butler, a?am* ?o have a quit claim deed for hie property er" roa*oaelv 'old fo taxes, and tbe committee **? < ??? barbed from ita foriber t oasideratioB, tieh to ?>? First Ward delagal I Mr. Owen, from tbe Second Ward delegation. reported adversely on tbe b.ll author "in* payment for repair* to tbe Mtb street ?ewer, ana the committee waa disrharced I farther consideration. Mr CI a lick introduced a hill to Mtond tbe mmJe'n1 i" referred to tbe comroutf? on inpfovf'ififQti refVeo? ^er?J*lrc<la"4 * J?'3t r"?lut.?i of L^TeCldec:i:dm'n,0ry 01 UhaXlM H . ?r- Tboa E. Lloyd, preeldent. spoke in I feline t?rm? of tbe deceased, and said be ttanh^Cf .* <iua"t? bt llw?M respected the ir an hood to aaaert hiaopmioua. whatever tbev J might be. that he never tukeu whether a *irnIhtW%rE?p,,Jar ?r Bof- but *"?*ther . r . * ^ben deceased left the Corpora tion it waa a loaa to that body, and h/w.P. for Board fx' fmr,*nl number of the I ard of Scbool Troitefp At Kb? lut mM>f ing of tbia Board he sat by tbe aide of the ' hirAiTlH*110 lml* ,6onKbl then that be would I the'Xll 0pfD l? #p*a'1 al th* n*,t ">??? on 2Lt?iTy0f OBe tn this ?"""? Commok form il -The Board met at the """PTE Mr *^ ^,dent,,ntbecba.rr f .. ii1* prraent except Measra ?. arrcli. jUarcPe, -Mulloy, Peak*. and Taibert * A metfa received from tbe Mavnr announcing bta approval of tbe fallowing i TiF** cooatxnet a bridge over Tiber Crura H street. amending *ct to continue the ?ea wall oa the Potomac: and act for the imr^ meet of tba Potomac river. 1 be reports of the ward apothecaries for tbe V^'ia^tf. ^mberai.w follow? l&ard. D. (*. Kidgeley, 55 white and 5 colored pauper, nrphad: I* receipts. amount,^ Js,c1OBd *trd- J??M N. t^lla,.: 1^ Third' WaCtd rf P^UJCTr"; *" ?'3o V6. orirt rt J P Mnaaer, IS white. * colv VI ?PN r'4?0 Smb w?r<. John iavJJii^Wart PKnrrl naventn ward, K. \ B. Bocwell. 7? white 7 colored; 3T3 reoeipta. SITV.HV. K^ierred Alao, report of Intendant ot Aaylum -I1" folu.wing were introduced By Mr Pr?r?'?Betltion a.?k 1 nc the removal of certain bu.idinffa 04 north K atreet rJfe^d MT Mr Moore?Bill Teaunff in tbe Wa*hioffton tJanai in'tfip'w* h" lb# n*hl aBd ,nl*r'*1 ot the oity n xti* Washinffton city canal, reterred and ordered to be printed. [The company referred to ia compoaed of H D <>aoke. CVW K.ffffa V.harlea k. ap, Tnonias lierry. Heury I.rle?| J-J Mur.a^b, P.F.Bacon, V. W.lleu, K Srd 'fhe^n1 Nt,rmen,? Joaepb F Wol!kL 4.T T bUI P'opo'^a to give tbia oumpm* ? tb# canal for thirty yearv id 1? "arrow Portion between 3d and l, lb atreeta weat to leer, timahinc it by January let, 1972, all the benetita of the reclaimed land ffomff to the company, who are to receive be wharfage *e., and baTe ^ authonty t*, ran paaeenrer boata on it lor tbe ? r U7 Ml" ^^-Keaoluti^ requeatinff Jie Comaiaalooera of Police retire. U,rrlD,L^ Cnl-\??PP?~ *ny incrt-^e of the force, a* they believe the force u amply aufflcient for ill purpoaea [Mr. Peuffh moved to amend by u>?erung "aua that this cornor* ?5>?lpay a larger I F 1. ^ wODeV WHS ?cfepted. After ! w*a reterred 1 By Mr Imdlej? petition of John Watt and </ i. ? for tto<> taaion of a fine Mr, Peuffb moved that tbe regular order of baiiMH beeuapeu.led. that tbe apeeial committee on tue communication of J. W Ciarrett. preaid?nt of the Baltimore and Ohio rail. ^at?'irin rellUo? to ,b# ^oint of Rocka road. I ^ ?P; wh'fh waa agreed to. I Wr.ffht aaid he would oppoae tbe bill nnletaaom* proviso waa made that t.artiea ateO** pror*rty 11 injured abould be remnaer^Tv^a*h y?n,d ?> t*yor of the Nil, ,n which he spoke of tbe futile efTorta made here tfUif ?e^"8a*?i? ??>h Metropolitan road, and urffed the creat benetita the city *ould derive from ita conatruction. h.r'J bl11 *rom tbe Aldermen !ft&\?X3unl bo<,''"k'n np in 1,#u that committee held lb!hCODrtrnct|o,D 01 Xh* road would en. T k"' ? property generally Ha hatdly thought that any property would be depreciated in Talue by tbe road. ^rl*ht *?ked If a railroad on a public atreet did not depredate the value of the property on that atreet I ..?r.1>eu*? lB &nawer aaid that tbe Howard kJT/ 'war?'>oufce8 in Baltimere, costinc about balf as much as dwellings on that street would sell for three tlmei> a? much as the dwelling*. tJUpAZVEJl*** to amend tbe second aech^n L " '? Provide no track shall be laid in the centre of the street. He argued tbat tbe constituents ?f the members, wboae property along tbe line of tbe road would be depreciated in value thirty per cent, W?*uld bold tbe friends of tbe Mil rMponaible! He did not pretend to deny tbat tbe road would oTa! but property bolder. ^ .. would auffer. He aaked wha: railroads to rnn right into tbe Mr. Paugb replied tbat trains ran thro nab tuffL tkat consideration of tbe biU might be postponed unul tbe nest meet. |J!r?,r*.*Tk<'<i ???t whether tbe privi. granted or not, tbe oompanv ronM exercise tbeae privileges for foorteen years Ion ger. Mr Drnry hoped tbat tbe motion to postpone would prevail, and proceeded to argue ihattbr bill waa for tbe benefit of a monopoly. Under tbe operation of tbe previous sues. "f"1'T?^* wa? taicen on tbe amendment of Mr. Wright: and It was lost?yeas 6, nays Tbe consideration of tbe bill was then ?ostadjVurn^d 1 n"X MoB4ay n,*kt; "d Lh< board Cokuo Mill Bktwkkw Uolivih amt> Mcduu*.?Considerable excitement bas been Cr1T1^. ia *P?riin? circles by tbe prwpoee<k mill betweau 8am Coilyer and JoK!T? McGlade. for fJMiwi. The parttea bava town . training for tba content forVomTuS^S? t? former under the tuiuon and snpervnaum of the renowned Aaron Jones, tbe trainer ofthe ^Benica Boy. and tbe latter under tha pu! pilaga of Dan kerrigan, at Fordbam. Weat Chester county, New York. On SatnrdaV a dep^lt 01 *ioo a side, from the bankers of tba relative conteatnnts, waa madeTiaav.n* th2 final deposit of $300 from ?S2d ,?2iJ tbe ja,0ou, whicb pile must be in tba baada of the stakeholder by 8ntnrdky next, Jaanarv 1 -2 John. English puu np tbcdepos?taoaOol|y?r'n t>*tn doaa tba like tor McGlade. Tbe scene of tbe encounter bas been kreed upon batwan tba two parue*._A. >. ^ Oysters are scarce in Kichmoad. 6^-Tricbine bas been discovered m a hot butchered at Littleton. N. H.. last waak *** mor* thfcn ? ksndrad miles of good alaigbtng in tbe streets of Moatoa. ? n*?*o woman la Austin, mother of ten children, snes a wbite man fur breach of pramiff 1 ants arrived a. Castle Garden. Tbe larcer a umber sailed from t,i rerpool. C fi^Tka Canadian people ouffbt to be bappv. "Money Is plsnnfui, with silver at 4jT>rr cent, discount.** * ^ WBraxton Bragg is tn New Orleans, for tba first time smoatbs "lata nnpleasaataaas." VAccoants from Alexandria etate tbat tfartac tbe first tea days ajsar bsa laaprfooa ??nt, Surratt bad not aaked tba ?ti if aw arrest. VCalilornia is supplied with oysters fraak Shoalwatsr Bay, on the Columbia river. VTb* soldiers in tbe garriaon at Qnatiee ach received a quart of beer nan gift. TThe business world inst now ?a divided into two classes, nan with dividends in pockets and men wttbont tbasa. jumping from a trata^'cMn'wboTtbey wmc running at a rata of forty miles per boar. *TA black girl at SbalbyTllla. ladtaaa. baa commencad a suit agaiast a>br^ man fbr breach of promise of marrtacaaadasdaeMoa VMamerous newspaper puMUbers an tbe lot of Jaaaary emitted to pat tba ^gara 7 tn tbe place of tba old 6. mr It is reported tbat Oanarsl Rberidaa >a about to Iwm to tbe altar one af Ltawiaoa a i