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

Newspaper of Evening Star dated March 8, 1867 Page 1
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rL ~ / Jl - ? ,r V?. XXIX. WASHINGTON. D. C.. FRIDAY. MARCH 8. 1867. N2. 4,868. TI 1E EVENING STAR PLKLISUBB DAlirT.iSC*DAX BiCitflBOi AT THE STAH BUILDIMO, jto*iA?-fc?: comtr Peim'm.*vt*M4 ?m4 lltl rtr??t. ?T W. L>. WALL A OH. Tbe l-TAR if sirred bj :aa carriers to their rubein fears in the City and fh?iricl at r** I'sjh rn wnc. Copies at the touo:er,with or wttlioat wrapper*. Two OniTS each. f:ur? ros Mailimo:?Three months On* Dvilmr mmd f\fty Ctuts; all month*. Thrte Polimrt, one year, An DoiUrt. No papers are mH from the oCct longer than paid for. The W LERL.Y S>TAK?published oa i nday norning? Chu DoUmr and a Half a Ttar. L16T OF liBTTBftS lUiimiin i* thk WASIllNGTON CITY POST OFFICE, Friday. ttarch 8, 1*?67. (OFFICIALLY PUBLISH*? TW THft PAPER HAYlbG T1IK LAEGA8T CIRCULATION.) t/'TooMtls moral the** Ialtera ?& applicant ?a?t call f->r " Aflrarti-e.1 Letiera." fire tbe date el the> Itet. end e*r ? ? <*n* f*r ndrerileiag. It io( called fer wit hie oee uiosti they will be sent to tbe l>eafl l>ett?r Office. LADIES' LIST. Allen Florence Ksu-us Millie OewellLizieMra A I nJohai. IiS Fuiu.ar Liztie Qneen Uarlctta Aiu*?<Jrt liar tPolei 1'ilia KUtt Mtrr J 3 A Mrs Filler J T Mr? Pric> Cbar'aMal ftiboru Ra*?l<hPrax? r Fra'eMraPettit Harry A Nn FanlenA Mrs 2 Anton Annie Framea8arhMr*Pnrdy JndaMrg Bate* 8 F Mre Fitzgerald It RrelVaaaan'.a G W r?an? Ket'e Mra ur>?a Juha A D Mra Bcett He tl hate Mr* Pirlfr B A Come Cecelia lOccls? Llx/.e Parrie ilellen Mra 9 Mra Peyton Bllea Bruce ?1.en 0?lh|h'*r r?th Paeey Sa'nM Mra Blake AnnioMriil.ardnerfarrifH rartalllion R Vlra Urcev&DDit XiaUrtjrcn llarriet Pl.Hnger tio-ie Bolea Bi tdget Mra Parker OctaMra H?lt Ha tilt? Mra 'Jrifinh InilaMrsPenlev J Mr* Brandt L A rett HI Mra Reed Bul> U Mn Blake 8ary G??kln&a Lylda R*v El'a Rati a Xelfi" M Mr* Ray Albert Mm Bn nt Wu Mr< Qo id "boring's Ko<aE Buck Oteeie Jo ephiue Richardaon F T Bcrid Wro Mra Oord Ll'olly Mra jjril Br> < ka bac'.i?el Gr iBn M C Mra Richardson O C Bowu A k Mr* If all AdaMoe Stra Barn Pfau'* M a iall Jul'* R-tndall Lillle t oiler Hsr't *lr*l1:?ya M Mra Richadaon Blla Barker Amelia Hart?B1aenaM V Mrs Haller Miih Mn Mia H e?1"f KI ?aVb Bec*tr lioni a Ho* ?r<0*lhMf?K*nlitii J K M'a h?li) Fabry H ?ni :tonHat a E ?oiliriee8n*tn I'arm* H Mra H<-n?<*'i? Louiie K-n vi lie * a < f><) B?r? n an.i b?n a ? H KingKold Mi llefl t arrelEii J M r deoilrlcka Rllnn K?- Hi taue Mra ttirrrB ioft'nMrtkiewkiue FauaieKic.hapleon KIiA huT f Katy A M'a 8 icKt'oJ M a:; itrtnhnm .lane Hm n Frank >1 ri.>w in Leu.>riM i h Mra il>'/ ?LoinJttJ H?n<1a Anuie L Bangley M ?.ni>- Mia S'ott Oh a ti Vri H>' ?*|j prn?l' p? 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B Tbnm^ert Mary Peware Lent- MnobergerKatb J Mra enne Mra Mra Tiionmkma Ma; Dsili Clizbth L Mahi^geBXUen S K Mre Deels Betey Mra Tbomaa Mary A Mra (r> Morler H L Ten!e> M?? Mra Dev-nlax D JMraMerrtU AneieD Tajlor Wiaaie BannsaoeAul R Mersbeil Bete V?ter 8 Mra iVtrcell Clara Mr* Y*n Dyke Aidie J*e louai; Merrisettfy MraV?n?erMlt JMra fieurgie Mra >'1ellea Emma Ven liven Julie I>n Bcie Louisa Mil i Mr* Mra Mo<lalrOate M'rl>;ht Leure A D?ty Annia Mre Mannin?Lcy<c) ?l ea I eTtia Brioget ? redi'b Addie wtHHelenLMr* P<erBli*eda MillerGeoAMra Wire Eli/ ti Mra 1 ennindrle JuHaM. rgan Jei nie WrrrhiFl teMra Mra Myers Amum Wright K I. Mra Deb-rity Aanle >i i n?r.) n- E M r< WhitaLoai 'aMn Mre Mm gar Mary L Williams L.l Mra De Long F. Mri> Mi'Ur Geth Wepw rth Itli/ DamnhMryMr" MoatrceeMinie aneth Mr* Driver Peil? Mra Miller Mlaiva WiMnr BOMrs l^rnrerSenilMra MoOarth; Kate Washington M Ee'and Mag-ie M* k<-j Bosire Mra Mre M'a W?ri ar M >I1'> P'well Mra MrOaytby Mary *?oodwar4 a l ' o?n? Alice Mrs Windsor Kli-'th 2 e^g Me?gi? M?-*in Jar.e Wiitetta ii\V Ura ir?a Daie> Mrs McFnrlaneJen'rW hite A-** R ??)eat.'?e J a ieM> KennieJ taA William* M K M n Rll tt Ales Mr'NetiMairrllra Wileon Pnacnia K??lj N 8 Mr. N'lioaKm'ua c> Misa Riii* R?t eca Oahnrne Tickei Zacknry Milcey E)M'Mere Mr* O'Brjne Am for > Mrs M -cgLLA.ir.urs?Hannah; Mi.a Fannie HEXTLEMKJl'S LIST. Aaioa C Aitk>nJO Adania Jno aic aad-r E ml IA lies J W 3 AbtahamL A daiLs T fl Annie John A iberte Vlckerr Aadreea Tt G LAddington J C Allen Win A.i*a?|| ?.i oA-bley J D Atton Mai W F AJlerd A Harri-Aabbaagh Jno Allen Wm eon , Bnapt UBun A MBryen J W Biaaell Phillip S ParlingemeAn ?Brnaer J G W Bi-land B II ft J Baecnstelne Gt'lBaker < art J B W Aoi. natna Berkley jrJneWPet.nett Bnfua Bnliy Albert W IBrnd) Janea 8 Brnner R K Bradford Al< a Bnrt aukJaeA Birdgaa Boa KR Maeajck ft Bro Baxter LtCol J SBrook* Rami T Babbitt B Brecka Jno BobtBrown 8 R Baraon Dartd Bell Jne Batemaa Shell ?Ffi . 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J H TtrOlnnlm P*t'k JJcOi.railch Id V HcUow.d CspUMorrlaonBob'tB Mcllosp* K W.Leod Lt J U MrFarlandSaml Mursey B Usle nMyer* J do MarsballBy'yF 1 Mnf-re F N Me !b#re Jno A McCaffry T McBeynold? O TIMn-dork J F Mar<h TknO M. or^-Ke-,c?l M'ller Ool J W MarfdoxThoe t?I\ir? w n S'^k^rJnoC Matth?w*0 ilTM m I L'il n ??*r." J*" 8 MowlsThoa a<'e FM HI Mitchell Jnltan Minor Washin'n Newman Che* Fljadab Parker Nntweil .los >e?k ?ft Loots KmIHW Nutnan Wto ^orti r Cap P H Nw>es T O OrvitCbasB Ormes J Merrsll Olmstead H Q-ieNy Lew if Ouagle Wu I In** *H?n I'arrott Marcos Perkins Thos P ?*Ike,Fo . J.,,0? Pattoa W J FetneyCH P|ferM Paiker Wo P mi ton B p.jfe K T I'ost Hon Wm T Phoney Geo 1 lati * N Prince Lt Wi? larkerbL Piatt Harris A Price W R Pl?' ti LP Parker Thos Palmer Maj T K j Kollu.? A rtlur Ricket Henry Repp L?wis P BlTrrs Ali'd b l bin? 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" Waters Waren 8 WilliamjAnd B Walker GeoH *oolfe Maurtoe U ebt or ( hri.t BWorthlngtunHGWeod Norman Vetsterthas W al uwr'<ht BKWashiost.D P O Sf. * i ? W alker Ifenry TWard Philander W llson Chrlstt pWilson OsnJaaH Wuddsll R W ?.*!! tT OhasWilsen J O Wition Bobt L U.U.CI..A Williams Joe Vnrmwood g V ll?OB Chris W Wig fin Isaa B White Sam'i Jjikv lluil Wiiiiard Jae B Wen 8 W VJ hite 01 as Warfel Jno B Williams T V m J H Wilson Tho* u Li*.l?*on D 8 Joel Williams T B w r . r? 2.o0,ri40.?* * Woo.lbridj{e W'y w Sh"i mi X1"* .Dr Jmsm Whitman W >od J biting Bllaj Wan James B Wgtton W B 5 **l FrVk^ ? Wells Wm ?<Tter F<-rd n< Tfstg J io Tost Bobt Mjscfi taPKoc*-M ch'te Uaion Bxpress; Ed. TeBow't Beriew; 33') M street: W. T O _ ? 8 J. BOWBM. P. M. "dancing. pBOFf. J. W. A H. P. ILBBts; DADOUIO AOADBMT, M Pantisyb aula avenBe, bet. 6th and 7th ste.. Jj Opposite Metropolitan Hotel. flk atM?T5"iB!IM 'op 'nieTery eTening. Those do?^?.h*f.,r?;r,ru1e,',r" -'"il o/rVnTu J Ba/l ^ ,0 for t trsnl.irs can be had at J. r. Bills' and w a Co.'a MnsJo Store.. W' 0 ?h? Hi ll can be ranted lor Bolreoa, Bo. ? D*** Hew* of Tuition: ,ria" r tnft1oi,,or address a note to the Academy. ?-*??!1! commeBcing with the first lesson. ja 9 MA B I H I | FA8HI0HABLB DAHOIMQ MA_._ AOADBMT, AT ^ "/ I*1* ABBBMBLY BOOMS, A Th. *' Mtweon tth and 1Mb streets, J|A il i,yMrw! thissa^BOB, pre par a QSk Xair M> ? conowBc* on Batarojoi * C1*a"?" for are now J\J*S?C?A1.??ID runMim iiLL, Tke aaderaigaod wouU moat rasaectfnllr in. form tb. lad Ins aad gentlemen Tw*Sl?ito^ wir'**1 * P^AMiot generally, that he is af all rod t# furnish parties with Mas^nerhappy to avaltorder*. CHABLBB BBBO fa 11 i?itu * Ford's and Ororer's Tbeaterf. Washington, p. p. wood and coal. A l?l. .' C O A L ! I , ^ HITB ASH at jd( by tlie ton All < - - to suit customers *n alzaa, Bawed aad Bpl.t OAK WOOD, fy per cord. - I 1 Ol K 44 Mo ia Long^ak. f8 p-r cord. ^ A ton >f Coal sold by ma alwars weighs 1.J40 lbs fo^lr n jO?* ,Di!*~ .!T Cfcrnsr 4th and fl atoeet*. O A lit O AL!! AT OKBATLT RBDOOBD FB1CBS tv? ch) %mmm lb? ? <*?"* * <? * ?a? part of ChMtsnt White Ash. ?7. "'d* sh'is aa W.arumc* Whlu A<h' Let.lf h. 99. ,,d **^n? Wood roastantly on hand Urd><is reooired atonr Office; or at the Wharf foot of Seventh street -? ?no wnan, i.?w -CIO..*- V' Bro^H A SOW, . ? 463 9tb etraat, between ? aad F. wy ^LAOBT- H B. SWBBN7. j BBAL BBTATB BBOKBB8 asb AOOTIOI I BBS. maV' I"?1 *'n? bonding in the spring or wtfl B id ,?*iro* . *ro**nT 'or investment 14 to ijelr advantage to look aver our M m"^rt a<1d?l*ecently Uoi ol "f** - that dsscrlpaZrea w#1j? *r"r mmar indaeenieats as re?i rda situation, low prices and ?as* terms u ?k! i **r* " ral amali tracU ot land l?njedlate vicinity of ttris city, very eli twty.coated for SBburbaa residences, a* well as ssst&be? ftrBW are Pro! eety Utt with as for bale does n?t anbiect [koaa **' ?! * ?u while on oar fe 11 laa OLA&BTT A BWBBNT. VU2.M? BBCBBB, T RABOTLNICB AMD BBOTLATOBw-*^ BeTABLiaHBD m IBM. Hfly iith street, near Fa. avaaaa. Wj?7??k4.* ?* ' Biittmort. m* ?aa?a* aaa laaed Plaaaa for aa at oar WareKlThilL'i!' tak* pleas are in atattag that wa bo eve bias to ho a oompatent taDer. no al 1m "MlABg.lLACg. VilDI.UlOI. a.F. black LAW U?JTiCB. BLAOB. LAMON a o?.y IB^OMJ mk SKSuj w?iuvri|. P fw'99 PBA0T10B 4,1 WAMO* tAlbOl. - rt ' * TELEGRAMS. M. There was n tine la Richmond, Va., lut night, of five thousand negroes to ratify the Sherman reconstruction bill. Whit* I speakers gave tbe programme for a call of a | convention by tbe negroes and tbe adoption of a constitution, which will be sent to Congress as tbe loyal men's constitution. The negroes were advised to vote ngainst any constitution to be adopted by a convention to be called by the present Legislature. Rev. Dr. Hunnicnt was leader of the meeting. The Senate yesterday passed a bill to call a convention on tbe I cecond Monday of May. The vote stood i > to 4. I Tbe Senate of Pennsylvania, yesterday I parsed tbe railroad bill, allowing any nine persons to construct a railroad Also, an act I to relieve persons who have been for a long time under sentence of death in tbe different prisons by granting them unconditional pardons. Father Desmil, G. P. Beauris, and Hon. Mr. I Taylor, commissioner of Indian affairs to in- I vstigate the late massacre at Firt Phil Kearney, passed through St. Joseph, Missouri, I Wednesday, en route for that fort. j The Attorney General of Missouri has decided that foreign insurance companies can- I net combine and do hut>inees in laat State ander their laws The bark Cicilian, from Messina for Koston, I with a cargo of trui'. while arri ving In tie b I in a thick = now storm, went ashore on Chelsea J beach, Her crew was saven. FROVI EI ROPE. The Fenian Outbreak in Ireland? Rnil- I ror.d Track torn Up?40.000 Mcu in the Field LumkjK, March 6?Evening.?In the Home I of lomiboni liorii Mnas, Cn<ef Secretary for I lieiaud, staged to day that tbe Fenian rums; I around Dublin was supposed '.o number I U ,W 0 to 4tV '*' 1)BBLI?, March 6.? An a*lack was rnnde bv a body of Fenians upon Drocheda Barracks I | yesieiday. Trie atiauKiag party was received I VPuh great gailautry by the military and police stationed in tbebarraens, and several I volleys given tl.e assailants, v.bo retired in I contusion, losing a number killed and I wounded, whon they took lrom the tield. The I repulse wh? complete. Several of the G >v- | err ment forces were wounded, including thr e j of the poller. LivkIipooi.. March 6.?J>espatches have been received by the Government stating that I an attack was inaae by a small force of Fe- I mans npon Castle Martyr yesterday, hut the J enemy whs repulsed and driven off One of I the attacking force, said to be an American I officer, was shot. Loudon, March 6?The Fenians have torn np the rails sr.d blocKed up the roads tx'twi'fn I Cork and linblin, completely suspending rail- I way travel bet ween those cities. TbeGoverL- I mertdoes not feel any alarm at the aspect of I affairs, as very efficient measures have been I made and are now making to suppress all at- I tempts at insurrection throughout Ireland. I There have been as yet no serious outrages committed by the Fenians upon either the per- I sons or property of private subjects, the rebels I appearing to be in a qvati state of strict naili- I tary discipline. At fonr o'clock this evening I reports received at Government headquarters state that "all Is quiet." London, March 6?Evening.?Tbe Fenian agitation in Ireland has been renewed, and is increasing. A meeting of several hundred Irishmen near Dublin had been dispersed by I the troops The telegraph wires have been cut in various parts of the country. The case I td the United States against the ex-Coufederate steimer Alexandria has been decided by the Admiralty Conrt in favor of the American Government. Advices from Turkey state that the Servian Prince had In-en summoned to I Constantinople by the Porte. In tbe case of I the United States vs. Wagner et al. the court ha* decided that the American Government must appear in conrt by some person Advices from the Cape of Good Hope bring the j sad intelligence that I>r. Livingstons, the cel?- j brnted African explorer, hus been killed by the Call re*. The Government has postponed the dav fixed for the presentation of the reform bill lrom the IPh to the jfe'h of Murcb The At- I iantic and Great Westeru Kail road Company is abont to send a committee to America to I promote the interests of the enterprise. Gen- I r:?I Massey, a supposed Fenian leader, ha- I been arrested in Limerick. Intelligence ha been received from Japan that the new Ty coon has requested an interview witii th 1 Ambassadors of the United States and Euro I pear. Powers. fBy Steamer.] New York. March 7 ?The steamship Cuba, I from tiueenstown on the -J4th, has arrive 1 I j Mr. Tracy, the reporter of the Cork H'.rald I I has been arrested lor telegraphing fs?lse re | porta of sedition among tbe English troops The Government, in reply to an inquiry in th? I [ Houte of t\<mmons, stated it was considering the subject of controlling the telegraph in England. Both bonses adopted an address of I congratulation to the Queen, on the Princess I of Wales having given birth to a Princess. | 1'nring tbe debate on the continuation of the I suspension of tbe writ of habeat corput in Ire- I laud. Major Stuart Knox urged the suspension lor one year, and charged Mr. Bright with raising false hopes in tbe minds of tbe Irish people. Mr Bright repelled the charge, and denounced the dangerous and pernicious I system ol making arrests on mere suspicion. | Lord Nans warned irishmen to beware ot the I | machina.ions of selfish w ire-pullers in New I Y ork. The Governor of Castile proclaims that per- I sous who edit, write, or print papers against the Government shall be punished by death. ezravoiko Islands.?The State of Mississippi having an island with the euphonious title of "Bunch's Bend Island," for which it I has no Immediate occasion, has offered to trade it with tbe Siate of Louisiana for "Island No. I which may be of some possible use. The United States has also something to say abont tbe matter and tbe proposition of Mis- I sisfippi is made conditional on tbe ratification ot the Congress of the United States. As the i State governments of the two parties to the proposed exchange are not exactly recognized by Congress, the trade will probably tall through for the present, and the alligators and mud turtles that people these islands will have to continue their alliance to their respective State governments. End ok Asothko Gift F.nterprisk.?The Baltimore Kun of this morning savs: Tbe soperifto "gift" affair at Front Street Theatre lathered itself ont last evening, and thousands of deluded ticket-holders realize that tbeir great expectations were but innumerable soap-bubbles, which have floated nway into thin eir, it was announced that a Mrs. Bow en had won the "capital prize" of a grai.d piano?a poor consolation to those unhappy beings to whom buckles, cheap trinkets. white metal goblet*. cream soap, tec. . were turned out. Let this be "finis" with all sn-h illegal and discreditable trumpery in liaKimore. Statistics o? tiik Jkspitb ?Tne Jesuit* according to their custom, have published the annual statistics ot their society. The comI pany reckoned at the close of iy?HJ, four consistories and twenty provinces; the number of members being H, 67, showing an augumentalion uf'215 over the year l*fi*. In tbe French province there are 2,4X2, whereas in 1&C5 there were only 2tCC6. Notwithstanding their expulsion from Naples, Sicily, Turin. Venetia, and tbe Mexican empire, they are incessantly increasing m number. VA Frenchman has compiled statistics which show that bat little over a quarter as many women are struck by lightning as men. That when a man and woman are walking together, the man la invariably the sufferer. VThe colored question is always before the country, judicially, politically or otherwise. Tbe latest phase is tbe suit of a colored lady in Philadelphia, who prosecuted a city railroad conductor for ejecting her from the cars. WAaan in Stone Creek township, Ohio, rei ceived sacn a blow from bit wife a few dav* ago, thut he fell senseless to the floor Another woman in thetame place, quarreling with her husband, crammed a hot potato down his tbroat. VTbe difference between a pound of meat and a drummer boy?one weighs a pound and tbe other pounds away. Tbe difference between a church organist and the influenza? one know* tbe stops and the other stops tbe no?e. WThomas Jefferson, a young darkey in Erie. Pa, who had been cruelly jilted by his

sable lady love, went to adrng-etore and asked for morphine, for thepnrpoeeof Dotting sn end to bis lills. He valiantly swallowed tbe powder prepared, whicb proved to | be ipecac, and which had analutary though not I the desired effect. I CONGRESSIONAL. Hocsk?Yesterday alternoon? The impeachment resolutions introduced by Mr. Ashley, being onder consideration, ne addressed tbe House at some length thereon, saying: Sir, unless this comiui'tee take charge ol the matter and proceed with If, this Congress might as well lay down its power. If even the evidence that has been already tak*n wu published, and no furtheraction by Congress should be bad, 1 am satisfied tlat it wonld go the country as a deliberate, solemn protest against repetitions in tbe future of a drunken electioneering tour, which last ve ir mantled the cbeek of the nation witti shame; that it will he a protest agaiust his attack upon tbe law-making power ol the country, and * protest against bis usurpations, his crimes, and bis misdemeanors. Sir, his crime is noi, as many suppose, the mere pertidy of which be is guilty to the men who elected him in an evil hour Vice President ot the United States ?black and infamous as that crime is. His ciime is the highest known to the country?a crime against tbe Republic itself. If tbe investigation go no farther it will establish the question that tbe people of this countiy will not permit a man with impunity to be guilty of tbe acts of which be baa been guilty. lu tbe name of loyalty betrayed, et law violated, of tbe Constitution trampled upon, the nation demands the impeachment and removal ol Andrew Jebnson. The Speaker here interrupted Mr. Ashley, and said that while he knew tnere was a license of debate 011 a resolution in regard to impeachment he thought tbe gentleman from Ohio was proceeding Ayond that limr. Mr. Kaudall inquired whether tbere was an insane asylum near here. Mr. Cbauler suggested that there was one over the river. {Laughter] Mr. Wood expressed tbe uope that the gentleman Irotn Ohio would be permitted to go ou with bis speech. The Speake* suggested so Mr. Ashley that he bad u*?*d language which would ne regarded as personally oflensive, and tuat while he had the n?:ht to cl arge the President wi h oriims and misdemeanors because the (constitution allowed him to do so the luterences must be lefi to those whom he addressed Mr. Niblack inquired from Mr. Ashley whether he proposed to leave the initter open to general debate, and it not he dee>ired to ask him a question Mr. Ashley declined to yield to the qne?tion just now. and resumed h:s remarks, s lying : Mr. President. I do not objeet. to these meu who are in sympathy wi'h tbe Executive. Mr Kldridge called Mr. Asaley to order, saying he was addressing the Presideutot the United States, not the Speaker. Mr. Hover expressed the hope that Mr. Ashley would be allowed to go on wi'hout interruption because he was doing the Presideut service, and they appreciated bis efforts very much. Mr Asbley said tbat he wu glad that the gentlemen bo regarded it, aud proceeded to commence his remarks agwn:?Well, Mr. president Mr. Kldridge again called him to order amid mucb langbter, when tbe Speaker intimated to him he must address the Chair Mr (iartield suggested that perhaps the mistake was prophetic. Mr Eldridge said be thought tbe gentleman from Ohio had President on the brain. Mr. Ashley, resnming his remarks, said 1 know that loyal men?many among tbe timed who are loyal?hesitate ia this matter,and that the late rebels and Northern allies of the President.with all bis corrupt followers. alternately threaten and supplicate that we shall postpone tbe consideration ot this matter. Tbey also threaten that in case we proceed with it there shall be rebellion and civil war. and all of tnera join in prophesying tinancial ruin to tbe country If tbe Congress of tbe nation undertake to Impeach tbe President, as provided in the Constitution. 1 hope Congress will not hesitate to do Its dnty because of tbe attempt in our own ranks and of the efforts of tbe President's satrap* and of bis rebel allies. If tbe couutry can stand tbe shock caused by tbe assassination of a beloved President, it certainly cau stand the sbock caused bv the removal of one who is detested as the acting president is, if bis removal is in pursuaticeTif law. Before te had been one month in the Presidency he entered i a to combinations with the late enemie* of the nation to usurp the prerogatives of Congress, and to conbine, not to aid tbe loyal men of tbe South, but to put the government of the Sontb in the hands of their mortal enemies and of ours. With me this would be enough; but add to this bis other acts, and tbe case against him is complete. Tbe duty ol the President of the United States is to execute, not to make, the laws. His oath requires bun him to see that the laws are faithfully executed. Tbat the President has neglected or failed to execute many ot tbe laws ot Congress no man questions. Thai be has failed to execute the civil rigbis bill, and has not even attempted to do so, the whole country knows He has not only failed to execute it, but has in indecent and most offensive language assailed and denounced the law as unconstitutional, lu his failure to execute tbu most jnst and most necessary Itw, the crimes of the President become perfectly colossal. Since the surrender of Lee and Johnston more than 5,i?J0 American citizens, guilty of no crime but a love ot country, have been murdered bv men who were lately in arms against the country, and many more thousands have been driven from their homes, while no effort has been made on the part of the executive department of ibis Government to five them the protection which the law guarantee* to them, and which bnmanity and justice demands for them. Mr. Ashley then suggested -that all persons, whether citizens or foreigners, who have lu their possession any document tbat can be evidence in tbe case, or who are in the possession of any facts tending to show technically tbe guilt of tbie man, are bound in duty to bring tbe facts to the knoweledge of the Judiciary Committee.'* Mr. Spalding denounced the whole scheme ot impeachment as one of consummate folly, saying, "no one act amounting to a crime or misdemeanor has as yet been proved against tbe Executive of this nation, ana I challenge auy man to reply to me when 1 make this averment. Sir, I have voted for every radical measure of reconstruction proposed in this House, and yet we have not adopted radical measures enough to suit tbe purposes of some gentlemen aronnd me. Tbey now cry tor the bead ot tbe Executive. ("Tbey want more blood," suggested Mr. Wood, in nis seat ] For what good purpose { Is It to make way tor some other man. or set ot men 1 Is this whole nation to be convulsed, is our public credit to be tritled with, are our stocks to be brought down to thirty, twenty, or ten per cent., simply to gratify this anxiety to remove the Execucutive bead of the nation .' Sir, I canuot go lor that proposition."' Mr. Niblack here alluded to a charge going tbe rounds of the newspapers tending to show that Mr. Ashley is not a proper person to bring ibis matter before the country. Mr. Bntier assumed that tbe action of tbe Tbiriy-ninth Congress, and the report of the Jndiciary Committee?tbat there is reasonable cause for investigation of tbe grave charges made against the President ot the United States by tbe gentleman from Otuo?forecloses the question, and tbat this Congress would be false to Itself, false to tbe country, and false to the principles of tbe American (Government if It shrank from the investigation. A motion to lay tbe resolutions on the table failed by?yeas 32, nays 119. Mr. Brooks said the language ot Mr. Ashley was unbecoming and unparliamentary. If the President is chief of tbe conspirators aud tbe White House a den of thieves and pardoubrokers, why the delay of going on with the investigation of the committed Why not Immediately proceed to impeachment at once ! For what purpose were they assembled here { If tbe President was guilty of blgb crimes and misdemeanors, why adjourn for two or three months 1 Why abandon tbe Government tor that length of time to thieves and pardonbrokers I Now was the time for action. If there was one word of truth in what the gentleman said, this House ought not to adjourn Without proceeding to impeachment, if he was guilty of high crimes and misdemeanors now was tbe time, without farther delay, to try him. He thought tbe gentleman only indulged In declamation foi the purpose of producing and preparing tbe public mind for the revolution he had ia contemplation. He did not imagine tbe gentleman conld sustain the charges. The debate was con Honed by Messrs. Fernsndo Wood, Prayn. Chanler and others. Tos question was taken on tbe adoption of tbe reeolntion, and it was adopted without a division. The Speaker announced the following committees: Committee on Elections?Messrs. Dawes, Scofleld, Upson. Shellabarger, McOlarg, Cook. Poland, Nicholson, and Kerr. Committee on the Judiciary?Messrs. Wilson of Iowa* Bout well, Tkoaa*. Williams of Pa. Wood bridge, Lawrence of Ohio, Churchill, Marshall had Eldridge. J 1 llF Y* 1 I Cooitittife oh Milesge?Mrurn hajToon Plants. Van A?rram, Kaum, and Oetx. Committee on Rnles?The Speaker. Messr*. Wa-bborne ot Illinois. Bank*, Hlalne, and Brook*. .loiot Select Committee en the Equalization ot Pay ot tbe Kmplojwi?Messrs. Wood bridge, Eckley, and McCnl'loneh Joint Select (Committee on Retrenchment? Messrs. Shenck, Van Wyck, Randall, Logan, and Wasbburn of Miks Recent of Smithsonian Institute, to (III the vacancy occasioned by 'he election of Mr Patterson to the Senate?Mr Poland Mr. Scbenck asked to be excused from serving on the Committee on Retrenchment, alleging that his time was folly occupied as chairman of the Committee on Military Aftairs. Mr. Scbsnck was excused, thus leaving Mr. Van Wyck chairman ot that committee ,Mr. Niblack arose to a question ot privilege. and presented the credentials of A. B Ore^tiwcod, a? representative from the 3d district of Arkansas, and he asked that they be referred 10 the Committee on Elections The credentials were laid upon the table. Mr. Stevens moved to suspend tbe rules, to enable h.m to inirodnce a bill to repeal the act retrocediug tbe county of Alexandria, Ih the District of Columbia, to tbe State of Virginia. Tbe rules were suspended and the bill introduced. After some remarks in favor of the bill hv Mr. lr>gersoll, and against it by Mr. McCullougb, the bill wan passed?ye Mill, na> ? 'J-. Mr. Price moved to suspend the rules to en able him to introduce* joiut resolution authorizing the application ol part, of the fnnds now in the Treasury to the redemption ot outstanding compound interest notes Mr. Hoeper objected. expre??mg the Y.ope tliat tbe House would not begiu to tinker witti tbe currency so soon. Tbe joint resolution directs the Secretary of the Treasury to use all munev in tbe Treasury oyer and above *7?.i<MI,UUu for the purpose ot redeeming the compouua iut-rest nates now outstanding, co tar tie Ibey t-b.ill be preseuleu for redemption. Pending the question, the House adjourned. Rittalinm?A? the people of America are at pre??nt much interested in the discussion* about R:tuali>m in the Episcopal Church, information of what is transpiring In Enrlaud on tbe same stibjeot is of interest. A committee ot laymen, to * bom tbe subject was recently referred by an English conference, have retorted in favor of inviting tbe leading members, both lay and clerical, of the Cbnrch of England, without distinction of party, to join in a deputation to the prime Minister for the purpose 01 urging upon Hie < Government tbe necessity of legislation for amending the Rubric which immediately precedes the Order fjr Morning Prayer, and a so ameudingthe Church Discipline act, ao as to facilitat* the restraining of Innovations. They further ecommend that the Premier should be requested to advise her Majesty to issue a commission which shall inquire into tbe propriety of amending the Rubuc complained of, and of rendering the entorcementof chnrcb discipline in such matters prompt and inexpensive Ih the event of non-success in this application, they recommend recourse to Parliament and an address from each House to the Crown. Prosecutions of Ritualists are deprecateu; and, lastly, the committee ' cannot too earnestly and emphatically impress upon tbe Conference the importance of regarding and dealing with this question in such a manner a? to carry with them, in their proposed solution of the present difficulty, tbe largest possible number oi members ol the Church of England." The Ekgli*h Army?A plan lor reorganizing the English urmy is soon to be presented to Parliament. The militia will he made the foundation of the active army. Men will be enlisted lor twelve years Instead of ten. as at present; seven of these will be spent in tfie army, available for general service; the remaining live in the militia, under certain advantageous conditions A measure will be proposed for obtaining their further service a', tbe end of the twelve years. Non-commissioned officers and men will ?ull be permit'ed to re-engage in the army and serve for pension The great trouble in England now is that tbe army is at presentconsututed. recruitsVuunot be obtained in sufficient numbers to keep it up to tbe requisite standard. On Jannary 1st, the military establishment a? its minimum called lor 2<i|,ooo men, but there were <>nlv m,54?l in the ranks. Of these 77,701 were fn Or eat Britain. In the Colonies, aud Gr. ii-j in India. During the yenr Is6<; various discharge, deaths and like casualties deprived the army of 23,IH - men, whilst but 14,4 j, re. cruits could be obtained. thooch eveiy possible exertion was made to get them. It is worthy of notice that the proportion of th? total force m arms (including army, navy, ir.arines and embodied militia at home and abroad )?o every 100 male population of the I'nited Kingdom, aged 16 and onder 40, was 13.6 in IS?l. 14.6 is lSIl, 3.8 in 1-Jt.r, in lsli. 3 6 in 1*41, 3.& in lf-51. K9 in 1*55. 9.2 in l*3C. e.l in 1-38, 6.2 in le59, and 5.7 in 1&61. The CoLoeei* CirifTiox in Philadelphia A colored woman from Prinoetown, New Jersey, prosecuted, before Alderman Beitler, on Monday, a conductor of tbe Fifth street lailroad cars, named John C. Scblafer. The prosecutrix made oath that abe wanted to ride up Filth street. L'pon each car that she desired to enter she was told to wait for the next one She says that growing weary of waiting, she was determined to get upon car No. 31, of which Scblafer waa conductor She claims that she waa pushed off. and for thla enters criminal prosecution. Tbe conductor entered bail in six hundred dollars to answer at court The circumstances of this case, sars the Newe, are peculiar, and aa a matter ol bsld fact tbe reporter givea them without comment For some moniha tbe Tenth street railroad made no distinction for color in people who wished to ride in their cars. Tbe receipts of tbe road fell off seventy.five dollars per day at once, and from that to ninety and one hundred dollars. Ibe directors, after some weeks' trial, held a meeting, and concluded to devote every filth car to colored people, and to such whitea as would ride with them Oddlyenough there were then scarce any colored people who wanted to ride. In the vehicles marked "colored people allowed in this c.tr" not a lace was visible. The proeecutrlx in this case could have ridden bad she waited three minutes longer, and the conductor ejected her as considerately as be could. Disarled YotJirr. ME* ?The diacusaions in France about tbe proposed change- in tie army are bringing oat soaae curious statstics. The Paris correspondent of the London Times says that the number of men whom Napoleon proposes to take annually for tbe armv amounts to almost tbe entire product of ablebodied youth wbicb France can produce. It will astonish many to learn what a large proportion ot tbe young men who are forced to draw lots every year and liable to serve as recruits in the order of their numbers ar? rejected by tb? medital inspectors. In It^l the number of men liable to aerye was 326.UWO Of these were rejected?18,106 below the standard height;30,624 weak corstitntton, consumption. Ac.; I5,JiF8 mutilated from birth, hernia. Ac.' SHWI humpbacked aad flat tooted: 6flfc? blind or deaf; 963 stammerers: 4IC3 insufficient teeth; 6213 gelrre and acrof ula:216fl lunatics and paralytics, ana 13.546 with other incapacttiea. The total yonth of tbe year unfit to serve In the army was over 109.0U0. Ibcrease or Female Preacui>g ?Female evangelists appear to he on the increase in England. In addition to Mra. Tbistlethwaite and Mrs. Booth, who occasionally address congregations in London, Mias Maefarlane has been holding services at the Polytechnic Institution; Miss Octavia Jary has been addressing large congregations at Atberstone Miss Oeraldine Hooper, besides ?ber usual Ministrations at Bath," has been holding services at varieas other place*, and Mim J L. Armstrong has been preachlag at Arbroath and Daadee. ^ Thirteen black men realde in Kansas. VTbeSouthern African Methodist Chnrcb baa agenta appealing to Boston churches for aid. TNobody ia Mississippi wiU consent to ran for the Legialatare ?-Seven-eighths of ^ teacher. In the public schools of KLaaaachaaetts are females. lT7*Half a million people have seen tbe "Black Crook" la New York. *^T*be Irish Catholic bishops have petitioned Parliament to cloee liquor shops on Saaday. HTTha Texans are patting a great deal of corn Into the ground. **~More thaa oae haadred thousand iafaats lees thaa twelve months old die every year la Ea gland. IT1 Chicago paper thlaks it agteat mistake that the Mississippi does aot raa by the piers of that city. altimokf m. e ro>rciici?rK. *ktoND MT-TUPWOAT. The eigkiv-tbird annual ??auu of M?e HtHimere Aunual Coiiiermce of the Metb.?di*t Epi?c?pai Church rea?eenabied in -he Eaaw . 4,1,1 Episcopal Church, Bishop Kltig*!ev ptesiriirg J K Wbf>r aiid W Ward were elected assistant secretaries. The loilow.ng nnnnittees were submitted by the committee on nom.talion*. ? Coni<*r?nce Stew ard:?Thorna* Mterm, J H. Swope, S. V. Leech, Si. Eu wards ISf<-???i to u * Ct>r> W H. CliiptCtD, J. R. Wheeler, E. I>. Uwen O. C. Cronm. Memoirs?W B Mwrd., w H Chapman, F. S Cassiday. J M. Green. J W F. Graham. Sunday School?Clerical, C. A I?>e<1 H. V McDaniel. W F. Wars lay, m E. Oant, B M Stemme-x, Tbomas Davy. Parsonages?B 11 Smith, W M D. Ejrin. J *. Gre? e, J W.Cornelius. J. W Lambrth Execntive Committee the Conferenoe Mjiioiaty Society? W. M 1) Kyati, W. F StM>&kr. SI. L. Hawley, A.J Porter, It. R. Murphy. Centennial?Clerical, \T Hamilton, F. S I>? Bass. J. W Hoover, P. D. Etpacomh, W F 'ay, Philip Him. Job Smith, Isaac Mules, 1 la> id ( at*??, J W. Eoeae Th* Cvn.m.tw on I.if? Insurance was aawututed for the Finance Committee : W R. Edwards, B P Krt wn, s \ Leech. T A Morgae, A E Gibson lay Steward*. H F Grant, H H Sleinmeir, J. II Carscadden. Blckinson Co lepe?W U Ed ward*. W Pretty man, C H. 5.' ' ^ Start, A l^ongacre, A E (libsou, J S Cassidy, U. M Osborn. A H Aaire#. Sera marie*-K M Lipscomb W H llalllday, N Hear Periodical*and Church Literal, re-J M Oreen. W T L Weech. S. ? "*Markbam tin Mi?si?ns? The Presiding tld-ia Temperance ? J X 1'MYia, a. \\ Hi Die-. E. E Shipley Hibie Cnu?e?S. A Morgan, i? V. I^rti. E W. Pierce. Post (iffl. es?J J. Ssrgeu', H McN*mar, G M Berry Stat *tics_A .1 Porter, G W leeierrver, J W Cornel.a* C II tr. tu*er. Annual Minutes?.1. W Cornelia*, s. i. ^*5''' ^ ^ Gibson Missionary M u-c X. K'cbard^on. I. T Wel.iermau Fund* lor the Educational Poard-B H Smith.G Cros?. ??T . Worship?The city pastors C-4ur<h Extension?M l?. Hawley. W II I ao.* Kl?r**h, A.J My era, Jo-l Bowa. f'n I reedmen-J. A. MoCauler, 1). W Ar. nold, A I^on^acre, J J Sarc^nt, K R Mar. * ,{ S 1^. M Co??r , * * Walsh, troa the North Carolina ConKreiff, ait admitu-d to turuterbbiii in this booy. * After the nana! pall for claim* and . ^llec. tion*. thtre w?re formallr introdnced to the < oiiierrnc*. Kt-r. Mr. 0**t><?d. a*ent of thAme'uan Hitie Society at Warhiujctou. and ottrr rntlemm. From the remarks of Mr. Hovt, It appeared inat the (.onlerencw comprise* l?.? wi n?e.n?>er?. 1 u centenary contribution wu S-Ji.all *?; n sun in advance ot ail uie C >i.tereac*s, avera*"fi ' 'j 1-lii tor each mem tier I'r, l.a?nr,u presented a U">oi si.l/"0 from u pntiemuD oi the Fouudry Station. Warhnjr'.r. theintejtst to le paid Uv lum to tbe Nifeionarr SociWly. *n,i ;4 n>,;p 0f ^SO. lie terest to be pivsn to the Preachers* Aid Soci. * -v- Al d?s:b the estate ]?a>s the pr.ncipal to those societies ' The resignation of Bee. Mr. Cook as trea?T*nr"i'rt>d ?? tae ^amittee ou Di. kinirs<n tollejfe The toiiowinc were pa??ed as effective Kl. dets ?m T D. Clemm. W F. Wajd, L. liicUiv i?n"i hn M n C M Llaaiei. wi.^sy:r-J?H Sm"b n*?T" cr?t?eid, viiiiiam M. Osborne, ?t the Winchester l>ts. 'net: Elisha p. Phe|p?, e. W. Piero* j Dtetrict'' 8 L M Con*?fr of the Kockincham At I*% p n? the Conference aflKarned.? Balttmiirt American. Haltiinere Annual i ouierencr ef the Efii> cepal >|ethodUl t liurtli. SBCOKn PAT-THI 8*DiV. Conference ateemhled at ? a. m . and wa? opened with devotional exercises. 1 be following additional committee* were appointed. To Receive Miksioiiary money? (ivoics G. Bro.'ke. Jame. H March. Samuel ? fU*'r^ 1 *n^ Periodicals?U ts. Haird, K II. s Hough. J. L Gibbons. Rev. J. F. Ie)reK<*:: *M 10 committee on ColThe report of A H. Bedford, Book A?ent. at ISathville, wa? preteuted, from which it up. pears that the real estate in Nashville, fix tnres. type, presses, stereoty|>e plate*, merchandise, the New Orleans depuettorv and c?!?h on Land amounted to aiSKQiy&S The liabilities are tTl.l&i fc.'i. leaving a balance ln f?\or of the publishing house of ?-?,n?i7t> JUt',J'C1Ud'' d"b!B d0'"' amounting to terreo r?Tort was appropriately reThe ilrst qnestion on the minntes?>-Who are admitted on trial !"-*?? taken up. and the fol. lowl' g admitted Rnfus H Wilson, I W JoTdan, Walter W Walts, John H Meredith,' H Meitroe Strickland. Robert H G R eran T's n,h0rJ*! VZ>K?T' Marshall lle.iier. J! 1 >rniTb. Nil** K Snapp. Alfred A K*kridr- and I? H Parish, tormer|Tof the Ka*t Haltimore Conterence of tb? Methodist Episcopal Phnrch: J. Newman ?{ **? Baltimore Conference ot the Methodiat Episcopal t liurch Charles t*. Einthirum and R. B Vrampton, formerly meiBber of this boov. and Svlvanu* Town, sehd, l. rnurly ot the Philadelphia Coulerbody ttd4niUetl to membersuip m this Tbefonowin, persons have passe<l the ne,-. ' tn,nXA-Bf'uatJ?ii; w*"r* counrmed on trial I-aac V. Canter, Johu A. Reru. Milton A T> lor. F. liall, .lames R. Vubtn H. Elliott W Coop#ri?R_,Neii own ref1n" t Wlll,am* WM d,'C,",Unu^ at bl" J.isboti Early stated that a committee of tour n*Ila,rtlllrC,nla ?0?f'r*DC'1 w"-- PrH rr. i'. . by tbat body, at its last session, to conler with the Baltimore a rroposuion to divide the M Baltimore Conferencee. if deemed fo mak* thrf? Conferences of them instead of two. Norval Wilson was oppo*eed to any divis. ion of this Conference, bet, ttorongh court** r would move the ap|>ointment of a committee to confer with these brethren, which was looming committee choKo^r* G L Gilbert, iMv.d Tboicab, Tiion&K J. L&uditrtM aJdAilJ!,Ui?r? Jon^ W R McNeer ordefs Wer* ? EHer'n N W"'ob was chanced from tnperannuated to supern nmerarv 1 he relation of Ellas Welty and j H Temple chanfsd lrom supernumerary to effecThs relation of the following member* were contlnn-d D Tront, A W W.lson! F M Milla. U. Hoffman. G. R. Jefferson, J. F. ltwrn, J. N. Spaxgler. Conference then adjourned ?BaU American Washin^tea Aaannl *?" iiii i m e Thnrch, (Celered ) PKCOMJ DAY-THt ltHDAV Conlerence met again in Sharp.at Church ? Simf?son in the chair k.VJ' /.rimble *ddrWfef<l the Conlerence m bebalf ot the missionary work Dr Waldron aiso addressed the Conference in behalf of the A'? Soc, ty- and a rommittee was appointed on tbat society, composed of D P. *?*?> Tiighman Jackson. 1 be Bithop introduced R^vs. Wm Hoiden and Brown. They then gave a statement of the appropriation of M,(lWi to provide an insti. tute lor the accommodation of the church members. Birhop Simpson addressod the Conference to encourage the ministers to aid this institute. On motion, a committee was ordered to confer w?tb the trustees of the institute, and the preeMaag elders were appointed the commit. Question f, "Who are the superannuated preacbersT" was taiMB up, and Jar*e> H H?r. per was continued Question *, "Who are the deacons'*" beinc upw ; K H Robinson, N. M Carroll and James Thomas were named Adjourned ? Hal timbre Sun. CV>IK< tPMCI Extra?>kdir ahv ?A reH? reemdellnf P'rKh?^ "paralleled concwlence is recorded i? the civil registry ot Bar *urAube, In (ranee. In 1*46there were Inscribed Lnrt^V|n*i,",>^^*<, bnd (t,xb'r,h?. one hundred rlages ?o*ihnndred and six taarLtRcaaLiTY OF a Lakw orp ? At -he re, ent half-yearly rent audit ot the Tadcaster, tTUe. 'keif, and Scoreby estates, tn England, beloag. jug te itord Londesborough, the tenaatry who had suffered from the cattle-plarue w*re reimbursed to the extent of one-half of the actual loss eustaiaed. J *^A yaung man in Iowa, after hia father death, married his sup-mother VThts la a verv world If yon do Bat rub Its back the wrong way of the tur. WStannton, Ya_, iaya nine dollars la gold for a thousand feet of gee. WGeorge Washing ten Bonaparu Seai'h of Loniavllle. has gotlnto a truuigalar row' >i coaeeseqaevce of having three wires. ^"There are 11,5(7 school-bouaM in Ki> \ ork State, ot which tel are built of loj.' mr* Portland railroad coadacter ur*d . woman from failing nuder the can bv^^n Ing her waterfall?the handiest Unu L ^n' get bold Of. tu'ugbe ooald TThe Postmaster General states th? ... lest than liu00,S0u are now H uTkiL !, Clerks of Poet OlBoes te of^e^^.^ KV Amaa advertteeeia a Olevelan < for ??a boy to take charge of a Mir ef i a religions tarn of mird." of faraa^ la Iowa drove bis wife <m? tbe bcuse, eet the baildiar on ftre^S Yf* cat hie throat. Jealousy. ^ 1 ? f i f I