Newspaper of The New York Herald, March 30, 1864, Page 4

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated March 30, 1864 Page 4
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NEW YORK HERALD. J A MRS dORDOB BKftlVBTT. WCrtOR and PBOPRIKTOK. ?VPiOB N. W. COBXKtt or fOLTON A>D Nt^SAP 8T3. l olBMe XXIX ?? AHCMBMBrn THIS KVCftlHO. ACADBMT Of ?UaIO, Irrla? rises-Italia* Oi-asA? Hi irui NIBLO'S UABDKN. Broad w-Kavkxiss ?AIJ.A n?? TO BATH h. Hrn? 1 war. ? Lor ? r?s Uvi WlBTBll 0ARJ>1'N. Br *d?av ?Loaua ? OLYMPIC 1HI JtTBli. Uro*a?r?y.?Lsav Ybak. KRW BOWBBT TUKATltB. Bowery ?Ikrky Laniisw J i iVWs hrior?Iul-u '1it?B FOWbltl TMRATRB. Bewery?Tickst or Lkats Wo K h < or run Junoti ? Ma and Hr.v Wnrt PARAPH'S Wl'SKUM. Broadway. ?Fnpa OiAVrs. Two Z>vau>?. ai'Umw. V hat la It. as., at all Lour# Aihko cw4. i.k final of r>*Ai>"v?Ai^Suna Jff p. n. RBTANTf imnnucui ?l?Sglaa' n?ll. 17- Frond vaj.?JrruioriAX koao?. Laju-ss. Uoblkcqdu. la.?Tam ?n< a Boi.tnn.t. . WOOP'8 BINRTKBL H ALU. Ml Broadway. -Efniow** i-Ohca. l'AJuaa. At?a*bioai? Oa*ili a. AMBBIOAB TIIKATRK. bo. M Froadwar.-Baiirrs. P?fTOHl*H?, BlIHl-lSQirM AC.-Olo lilt A.N.N X ORUMiT. FROADWAT ^W!PtWlUK\TKE, ??-. Smailnr-Orv rAsnc amd ?Qv&bTiUAi< FaaioUANc*! AiV-ni.ton and y. < outuR. lH>r* CflAPEL TIP Hrnadwav.? Frsp roeosPTtoo* en XlWBOK or llMTHBSt, AftD 1 wI VTY MtIf \TH bTlia*T UllOt-1. MEW YORK MP8EPM or ANATOMY. ?!fi Broadway. rnKiMmaa asb l.tcnrciks, from U A. M. till 101*. H HOOLEY'B OPERA flOCSE, Brooklyn.?Ethiopia!* to-eg. Darobs. Uuni.?6QL?.?, Ac. WITH SUPPLEMENT. Aa%ir'York, Wedanrtiy, Marrh 30. 180#. ADVERTISEMENTS FOR THE COUNTRY. ? Advert twuuonls'for the VKH.T TIkpatd must bo baud rtf In bofore ten o'clock every Wednesday ere mug lia eircolailoo among tbe enterprising mechanics, Tar more, iiiorcbanU, manufacturers and gentlcuaon throughout the couotry is increa^im; very rapidly. Advortiaetn.iots In serted la Iho Wkski.y Uk<iai.i> will thus be =oen by a largo port loo oi tho aotivo and energetic people ot the (Joite! bt? tea. THE SITU ATION. I.teuterafet General Grant, accompanied by General Maude, reviewed the 6 irsl army corps and General Mer rill's oavalry division .at Culpepper yoeteraay. They were re<-,e;vod with great enthusiasm. A severe rain storm having eet in during tbe afternoon,the intention to rnview tbe Second corps was abandoned for tbe time. There la no further now* from the Army ot the Potomac. n?e supply steamer Union arrived here yesterday _frotn t bo Florida coast, bringing tntorest in j news from nearly an the points there. She landed quit* a large number of rebel re'ufeea from the different blockade elation* at Key West. Admiral rarragut was in Pansacola Uay wbea tbe Union left. He was (bought to be waiting for the advance of tbe troops upon Mobile, to co-operate with thorn by attacking tho city. Oar correspondents at .Jacksonville and Key We-t funiish much interesting de Calls of adairs Id Florida, including Mr. Lincoln's dc*i>er ete efloriA to obtain the electoral vote of that State at tbe ?st t>{ bn iith and Ufa to a ga'lant army. tJeaerai Butler reviewed a dart brigade of nejjpo cav alry ea the "ftlb at Fomrtes Monroe, for tbe amoaement of rirnon Camoron. The cofoVad troops are aatd (with thfl ex option of one or two U?Incidents) tobive Adtuitted ibeniseives very well. ^ Iteapatches from Cairo last night e(ate that Forrl-l, Btrc""'WM reporl' ed to be within eljihj ^Uos of Ooluabns, Ky., on Monday tin'ht. He had cut the telegraph W;re? between that place and Catre. General Forrest seems thus bent upon persuing his raid iftio Kentucky. Nothing new was >ansplrmf at Mem; b<& K juiuckv been divided <nto two military district* |r General ft-bofleld? tbe Western,under General Ewmg, funuutg frost tbe N'ashville Railroad to tbe Cumberland k.ef; tbe Extern, under General Hobson, from 'be rail rtJ In the Big Sandy. lite eipries train from l^ouisvltlc to Lebanon was cap t 'i?d by guerillas on Monday aDd two cars burned., A glint J o nevi-nteou solniera surrsodered to tbe enetny l.K- Cu?iiau.?v? Cti.'tU says lbs rebel* claim to have any tb<?L and men at I.Vmn and vicinity, and thai they -will (Apture tJbaliau'iofa and ecoupy Tennessee when l/>agbireei movesL kulo Kentucky, which they tay be will de fortLwttb, w.ib iwcuty-i* tbuusatid men. AU the tiwivy artillery is t<oing removed fiom Kingston to Altoona A s?notm outtfroak occnrped at Chir'cstjn. Mlf.t:ourl, on Mo?J:<y. / large party of "copperhsadt' came into town ts attend court. They were armed with plstob. and had guns coticeahtl ic thoir wagonm. They attacked et'ins soldiers tn tbe Court Doase yard, and a genoral fljnt enrtied, during >*h,ct> two or three were killed and i n ur tweivc wouiidel. Snrge<>n Vork. of tbe Fifty fo trth regiment, Tra? <? e 9' tbe tipst killed. Tbe Union :aon were tirad u)>on<rem tbe windows., fevers I of tbe ruler j were ouptured EliEOFFAN 5EW8. Th? ?b>p City or Blancbaater, from Queeotloirri cmi ibe nth Marrh,^t thl? j>ort yeeterday mora 'uf fir P?*i urn- (lv i?t?f than tbe adrioee of lbs America S'? MMuicn charged witti a breach of tbe Foreign Ko. {latmeqt act or RnjJvjd, iu editing on Vara tba raited KiwiAe aioamer K?ar*arse, w.ire brought lo trial id Cork, Ireland loci' pleided gu.iijr, hi) were discharged on fbmr oarB *" appear Tor judgmonl ?bun en nod on. Ibe J Hid on Tirr.-j .Mlrnatae Ihel Ibe IT>ti*s o' lx>rd* may tall to glyp a Miaxmuus lecn'.ou la the Alexandra e*?? Hums ot the taw pvert pleading a want at jurto 0t"t?W. ifi??.erfnan aitiaa wero pr^mg Denmark at ewr a?auat>M point. It *a* tboupbt tbat tbe ihui?w eo'jiai i t &an <Hto-tiial blot kade of tbe Germaa porta. Ibe Ka> I h .troiy oafeodod ttMlf verr actively, and tbe mili tary |X't Moo w?a not cb i%ed. The [ondun r?m-? adt t?e? to a-Rcpi tiio tt-imii of *dji#tioant propi ?ea in iiiM late note o' tuitria u4 Prjaala fbi? P?ria- oirtj l> >nde?t o' tbe London Pout Intimajn* that tbe Garttaa Pin*-re may *a <be end aeiee Oopeobagen, atm tbiic du t?t* a pc?Mf 'be j* lb*t A'iBtria aud r?t kl not serimml.v eiftac* Denmark to aof?pt tli lr Th K of of Snedea bad aakatf lit* '"arlin in?e( t"t ?>w?r t'i enah'.a fa;a, to aftor* materia; aid 10 P-uwrra Hi et"a;u ir>i.i:nj.eBf. ?t? ?England) C t it>r'-->r??ru! thr coram eve ui Hn eaie-ielTWeaalf-ratloii of Kogi *lt female fac tor/ liv ? e ti tbe t'oK'-fl Wale". tue vtrie loo* to better ibeir Onmlitioi by wofe-ng n Att,?*tcar> f*au?fie?. Two bva drj?J jnur; Wwmdu >eu >l<? iti md H% vil>'i'l>a Id we <ley. Th>-/ v at? rt-ct n te', 10 la up 'tit, l)f aa .tmru'M. aeawt, and W.-e ih#,r 'ietAr'. rt aiu.d tl. ? dicers of ? mul* tli'irt", !?"?! "f wb??? iKfroited h*itis lelt b^Uiod, lli ?**> koqiiem*? ?' tbelr not up n,0 wfcfttnai a'.Midard r?M0ired. Mr. Bw> ? W cert^'Diy nnkg a n?w g'ia% ? ?ikm out o' till* ?? #'i we < ? tint iu* Uiiie-l Slates w ;j a trd ih?*ller to tlie urn >*e ond twit ? uf >)!? nattee later4 m wail M t? tba ?talweM tatxKMa ao4 v?l di?r?of Tl?e 1or/ i^ily in Ibe '?b r*a?li<imtofil plel^ai ltuolf tu hi ae a tu ?t *v?a rOtti ?|i,> eH'o? .0 tbe !' iltaeret n g ?emn*enl elrr^be I'artrr rf;e?r lb# I j.?pool oottit' tn-ket w*e boayent, *? *e .4 tair ? all iialitle* 1* iM Itlft "f Mari-b lha mvrnet ci'iwoJ iviiw. but ??le^'ijr itriwiainffe arl piMWlMi w re mm4jt. OaseoN <?!?>?ad u ><i '>d tba lUb o> ?.b > *t)i a M>\ '? r ?*!>' CO N 'J R IS 3 8 ?ii introduced and rnUrred to tha Naval Oonunttta*. A bill appropriating mumer for the expeaBM incurred la tbe sapprsskioa of lud.?n boxiilioes In I?U *? ?*T?M0 U> the Military Oomiivtt**. Tbe death of Owen Lovejoy, a member ol the Hixwe (ruin Ilium Lb, *u Uien announced, Mes?rs. Trumbull, Pouieroy and Humuer oui^./efl the deceased, resolutions Of sympathy nud condolence wore adopted, and tbe Hc?.?te adjourned In Uie House of Ropro?entaUvo>,oa notion or |)i Ste yens, the consideration of the joint ro* lution Nmtmding the constitution so ?h to prohibit slavery was ptmtpooed for two week*. A hilt pro* i ling for the collection of the hospital dues of vessels Bold or transfer rod in foreign . ports wa* paasnd mils routing to tbe apimiutmpnt of as?i?taDt p?yma*teia 01 tiie navy, re^ulaliuf unci chang ing (he method of making promotions in the i avy, <u>d fixing the date of tuo ioui of tbo hn : Iteinbtidge at the 2lst of August, IK n, in order to flx the pensions of tbe deceased oQK'.ur* and SAliOip, were h|*o panned. After Uie tiaHfacllon of boom unimportant business tbe (louse went into Committee ol the Whole oo tbo bill amendatory of the Ourroucy act, ana adopted bovnrai important Ruv-'id niebts. The bill was considered up to tbo twenty third section, wtion the comiuiittn nm and the U0u3e ad journed THE LEGISLATOR*. In tbe .-kjnate yoetcrday the animal Appruprt?tlon bill was considered lor gome time in the Committee o( <be Whole, and ordered to a third roaming The oily tai levy estimate* of our Board of Aldermen were reported against by the Cities Commit toe. A uumbei of other biila received adverse repoita from r.ominitteoa, tuoludiuj those relative to the Surrogate's Court ol this city and (or a market in Eighth avenue. The bill prohibiting por sons fiom devising more than hall then property to churitable and religious institutions was reported favor ably. Bills were introduced tor tbe incorporation of tuo Mediterranean tympany and to provide for the sal* keep ing of old official records of this city. In the Assembly the bill to enable the dailem and t-puyten Iiii/vil Navigation Company to roduco their capi tal stock wa passed, with others of no general interest Tbo bill for the establishment of an inebriate asylum under the control of our Commissioners of Charities and Correction was ordered to a tfeird reading, as wore also those for the extension of the Chenango Canal to the IMnn sylvuula .State line, and for tbe improvement of the Cham plain Canal. Tbe bill to grant additional powers to our oily police magistrates was reported adversely by the Judiciary Committee Two bills to legalize bonds issued for the purpose of paying oonrtnulation money and furnishiug substitutes (or drafted men came up (or final aotion, and were defeated tL< btuds to be legal ized by theee two bills were issXed in Rockland and Albany count lee, and form only a small portion of the entire amount Issued in the various counties for tbe (MM tMirposej bvjJ thnje yotos eeem to indicate the course designed to be taken by '.hi a ssembly on AM simi lar bills. The Senate Committer on Cities yesterday held A meeting for the purpose of hearing arguments in refe rence to the proposod adnuice of the salaries or the Metropolitan Polios. After tbe conclusion of tbe speakers'' remarks the committee, by a vote of five to one, da cided upon the followiDj rate of pay ?President of the Commission, $4,000; Treasurer, $4,000; tbe other two Commissioners. $3,600; each superintendent, $6,000; In spectors, 2,600; captains, $1,500, sergeants, $1,290: patrolmen,$1,000, doormen,$800 miscellaneous news. [ tf'e Iiave dates from Port aa Prince, Oayti, to the 27th of February last. Our fllesof (be Mtmfeur National,.and the Vcuilie du Comm-ree contain full accounU of the cap ture, trial and execution of aayera'l African ruffians and murderers, wbo brutally aseasiuiated, and, like cauni* bale, as they were, devoured tbe romams of a poor chi d ca.led Clalrclne. Tbe uncle, aunt and other rola tlvoe of ttie deceased ware coucerned iu tbe plot for taking her young lite, and the tiea or humanity and consanguinity were of little avail wben the spirit or "Sboah" and superstition led tbe way. lite trial of tbe accused parties at Pott au Prince occupied several days, and is reported at length in the columns of tbo Haytien Sfor<iteur Tbo atrocious crimes of the per - aons implicated called down tinoa them the severest pe nalties of the law. The principal assassins were con demned to be shot, as banging is not recognised in tbe ^-.vtlen constitution. The djtthii #MI^ ^ tr9 u<? j IntorestMdr^w"!* w?w f?r W5U may lead tb^ >?W error. At "i?* * 0l0ck ^ tn? ? iog of tbe- lSt> uU- o>?bt or these condemned persona wpre bringht up i^W execution. They were all Implicated in tiM murder and disposal of the child above alluded to. Tbe oferution was pto>?)|H and effective, and, after tbe usual 6bort ceremonies peculiar to snob occasions, the corpses of the malefactors were made to rail in tbe dust There is no other n?wi or imarnit from the flaytieo re public a convention of Iron founder was beid at tbe Aa?'?r House last evening. The meeting was numeroa.My at tended, and the disciistiioofi, which were apparently or an Informal and social nature, were condi.otcd with closed doom. Count Joannes !s"t evonintr care a lecture In the Hooper tneY.tuts, before a pretty large audlonoe, on the codflsh aristocracy of IWtou lie treated the subject very humorously, an l cltc ted applause and dr<w Jorth mem meut in ubout ?pia! uuautitiesTrom bin audience An imi-ortaot case was yesterday argued before fton*. mis?i>ner Osborn. It was that of an Italian seamaa, named Kaimondo, belonging to the Italian bark Omega III h>.d loft the Bhip arrival in port, and was sub.^e U'lontly arreste* on a warrant issnert hy Commissioner Os'ioro, ou a requisition from the Italian Con-il. OounHoi for Halmondo cont?udad that, as he had been arresu-d ?ndor treaty stipulations merely, and no act of Congrem La, mg >e?u over pafcsod authorizing tbe courts of this country to carry them out, the arrest ?u illegal, and he oupht to bo at once d lor barged. Counsel 'or the Consul, on Hie othot band, oontended that the treaty was in itself tbe supreme taw oT tbe land, and needed no soon al legis lation to r?rry out its stipulation? No (l^ u,. ju ba? yet been rendered iu the esse John F. Murt<liy wan yesterdsy bmu'hi op t?ef ore United taUM Commissioner Retls. charged with raenufactunrig countortoit Currency When arretted aome of tbe ooun ?erfe:tn were round ufftn bim He vraa held to bail n pno hnndrfri dollari to answer tbe rbvge In the Tnited Stales losuict Oourt yo,t< rday, Jud^o Hetis presiding, a re'urn of promts was m.'ide in '!>? csee of the United tat-i against one hundred and four sltar? of tbe f'henlx Hank. This wm m libel to confiscate stock. the property or Uaao Atmsl, a merchant of North Cero Ima, and now serviag in the rebel army t?rdor -jf coo demnat! m and sale by default the tre*|,asK oare ?f Calvm M Norlbrup v* John G. '*ae<ior and Cornelia Veeder was resumed yjr.t'-rday In the Supreme Court Circuit, before Judge Barnard 'lbs proceedings were qnue interesting and attracted a large number of spectators, lbs trial o( toe oauee will be oon linneil at t?n o'clock th s luorniup, iu the slsnder ca*e of Chrlgttn 8 I>ei?van v? Wich-?ias QuaokettboM, where iha riefondnnt was charged with bav ins written a letter about Uie pUiDtiO.ebaraoterniog htm a* a ? m-K?ern Shvlock," tbe jury brougnt 10 a verdict ye; lei day in fa/or of tbe deftodum In the (ourt of SMsions yesterday, ?>efore Ileeorder PoTman, I'etar fturke was tried sn indictment for rob bs-y in 'be first degree The pr'wner during the riots of Ju'y last acted m a leader or the mob and rode a gray borre nit! carried i drawn s? ird to hu ban 1 Bo was charged with having estorted thirty dollars from Mr Sfcmuei i-own, aud ihat /onUeoi.m t^tifled that lie gave Biiike Ike ttmey fo- th ? riurpose oT sanog his ractory In West r*enty second street rrom b-'og destroyed hy tbe moo The sivpite denning 'obimry ii> tbe flrei degree to bo eobl>ery a? eertn>a*ie i wiib force and vioiecoe, aod tbe evneuce for the iirosecutioH failing to abnw that Mr is-wn had heeo pia.-d tn any l.odiiy fear, tbe piry were Inrtnictod to return a verdict M "Not geUtf." the pritonf was rstusDded for s rresb trial. The busfrpsH at the rtfiek Kxiihsuge vesi^ay tree otnall !a railroaii <b*ie>, but rstber more tbao tjsuai wan i-ntr in cecurili' s and triiarellxniiO'is sUN ks 1'hs market *'t*f tit the ot?rr?<ijg, but improved m the day sd vsi ? i. Q?vo'anient sto kswei" III mmlerste dom^tud sn t/!rro V id iluctusied oinsi-lerably, and tic fmrtlcj .a;^nuid he utade to s'and for any great Isaglh of tiru*. It f jieu-?4 ?t 181^ ana sold dn*T a>> i?w as 1?M\ i -etink,??l e?i>f ?t da? rer o?it. Itie large fall .? >,0 i upeet Uie SLierkeia for some kinds * i?i,>urte(l j?'j'fhMiit,ie, sT?d rso'ttwd price almost ?iiifel> ac?> <a!. h','inesi w? gr-itl)- reel rioted ftie _ ? <tet>ii?tM pridice was Itse marlied, tint U''?s<, at t|r ?* wi-re mcie ,>r !of?s iTertcd Petroleum was n ee mi una < .tuer lo-'r-. Cotton was unchanged On rum ; r i|if ,tios'. r mat" om resture pf the snnrVeis was ? d?r,ii?<- in flriir, wliftst, t??-k and larfl, in (jmj'a hy ?i'h'be d'> lite e< ^ei i (/ir? w)u. K !||e:ned. aui wtx I.-? ? * o , ,n vi>? of a )#nbah a tnnreaM tst? *^re .ery Suit *ud riios farored the I ho iiMrk l ' <i ???( i;atU?wis 'rre^ ijnr It otir;! paved; b it, with eubeeqaent Imrf arrlvata, the d?m*fl<J roll ofl, and tii- closing pricaa were Ho. a lc. toetow Ibe ojwoiof. The ru(? ?u freai 10c. a UKe., but oeariy *11 worn at 1*0 a II H? . Ml tke average wa? akMl 13 V o. a 13 ^e. MtWb eowe- war? Mew of aale, bat ua rbaagod. Veals were a ahade lower. Wa beard of only a tow at lOe , the aalea wara generally at So. a ?!<c. fciiroji and lambs ware ateady. with a bur doioaudal W T!? a $12?a shade lowur for pw. Swtae wero higher. uiro'rNl brought 1\o. e?c., andaltUled 8t(c. aSfcc. Tba r-coipU wc?ro 5,W(J boevea, IT? cowa, B-4 real*, 12,* s? sbeep *ud I toiba and 4 .Ml hogs. t-cn. Gioal, tbi? AdinlaHtratlea and the tenairy. Auiong I,ho few r-deeiuing sots of Congress an.I the ridmlniatiaiion eiBce lbtr beginning of thif. terrible war, the proeoediugs which have resulted iu placin r Gen. Grant at the head of ( the armies of tho Union hare given the largest me mure of satisfaction to Uie p.'oplo of tha loyal States. We buva bore a coneesaion to pablic opinion wbicb has wonderfully revived the public confidence In the Union cauae. The appointment of Gon. Grant to bis present posi lion is acoep'ed l*y the coentry an involving the displacement of the old bluudering Washington Directory and the substitution of tho ftucceasftil Ktrate?y and tactic* of Fort Donelaon, Vioka burg and OhaiUnooga Hence (he prevailing opinion that the end of the gr md campaign upon which wj are about to enter will be tbo ond of the rebellion. Cut the President in Rtill the constitutional Commander-in-Chief of the army and the navy, and it depends altogether upon his discretion, or want of discretion, bow far the military plana and combinations of General Grant shall prevail. Ah General-in-Chief, General Scott's remonstrance* were disregarded, and the army of General Mo Howell was hurried forward to that first and moat unfortunate dofeat at Bull run. The plans and combinations of General McClellan as General-in-Chief were next upset and changed by the President; and we know bow disastrous wero tbe consequences on the Richmond peninsula, around Manassas, and at Fredcricksburg. Next we find General Hal leck washing his hands as General-in-Chief of any responsibility for the misfortunes of the Army of tbe Potomac uuder General Hooker. Thus it will be aeen that neither Scott, Mc Clellan nor Hullock, at the head of tho armies, . fT&3 permitted to fight bis own battles, but all three were constrained to fight the battles of their Commander-in-Chief, who Had never net a squadron iu tbe fleU, Nor the divisions of a battle fcndw Tbe question then recurs, is General Oranl secure against the spoiliug of his plans by tbe interference of the President with some of his brilliant discoveries in the art of the war? We cannot tell, thongh we incline to the opin* ion that General Grant will be supported with out embarrassing instructions. We guess that he has accepted his promotion and its vast re sponsibilities with this understanding. In any event it is now the manifest policy oot less than the duty of the administration to confide in the superior military abilities of General Grant, and cordially to support him Complete success in his great mission, although it may be the eleventh hour of the day. will crown the administration with undoing glorv; but another profitless cam paign will be fatal to the administration and a death blow to President Lincoln as a candidate for another term He may reccivj the Balti I mora nomination; thtft^ tuny be a general ft>?lon of tho republican faction* ?a his 9uPP?rt? * t \ ^ ^ "^11 Hava but if during tue "?!'!?W*Vy, obtained no decisive victories over /bo rebel lion, nothing bettor than the pros^60* ?f aootber thousand millions to our nat7?fal debt, and all the ?evero exaction* that may be required for another yoar of war. theu the ignomineous defeat of Abraham Lincoln before tho people will be sure to follow. His politi-1 oal fortunes, not less than tbe great cause of , tW country, are in the bands of General Grant, and the failure of the General will be tbe over thiow of tbe Tresident Tbe military distinction which General Grant, through his great victories, has achiev ed reats upon a solid foundation of public corfidence. Tbe peoplu entertain no doubt of bis succoss If permitted to conduct this campaign in his own way. Their only fear is that through the vanity of Pi evident Lincoln aa a military genius, or through aome mtlign political influences, General Grant may be engineered Into some disaster lik? Mr f'lellin, or worried into a reaignation, like Fremont Let the administration and all con cerned beware of snob impediments to the pa ramount work of the suppression of the rebel lion We must see onr way clearly to this con- j summation before we can count upon Presi dential candidates or political victories or anything so far oST as next November. With our present financial system we are all in the ?ame boat, 'loating down gsyly in tbe iwifl, smooth water which usher* us into tbe rapids of Niagara B it the breakers are beforo ua, and we bear the sullen roar and s?e the ^moko from the dreadful gulf b-/ them Our only bope is In oar trusty pilot at tbe helm. That pilot, under Providence, and by the will of tbe people, is General Grant; and we look upon tbe administration as among the instruments plaafffi iu bis bands for our deliverance Tho people recognu" tbe situation and the man for the crisis Tbe administration, in tbe conduct of tbe war, baa been thoroughly tried, and found wantiug?wanting in military fore sight, wasting in cemmon sonae wanting in almost everything essential to success, except an overwhelming superiority (n military forces and resources General Grant has also been ! thoroughly tried in th? West, and comes out of the oracible like burnished gold. Let the ad ministration stand back, then, and give General Giant a clear field and * fair trial la tbe Eust r?nd tbe West, and there will be " no such word vg fail." Bt r.oir** r>w Lovijot. - We notice that seVoral newspapers and Congrewnen are ethaiwting the Kngliah language ill eologiriag tbe gnnlos and the atafce?man?hip and the patriotism of Owea Lovejoy, deceased. We owmot join in tliow) eulogiea W? son no reawoi why people nho'ild begin to tell flattering faWboods about a man tbf moment be is 'dead Lovejoy wan one nt tboee radical men, like Pyrri of tbe Romp PariiHineul and Danton of the French Rerol'i* tiou, wlio do a great deal more b-irm (ban good ?n the world, %n4 whow epitaph *hoild be "The atil" they '???? don<? live 'after then " PoeUriiy never j-rawe# Pyni and Dauton. md it wiU not prc 'M Lovejoy Let n? be nut In MtHMMn, l/nvejoy bated atfttorf bo<?au*e a slaveholder happened to kill his iirothqc Tint feeling may bare lie*u? very nai"i'?<, U<it U certainly wif ndt very pm'seworth Wliy, tiBdcr ot tar (irctunstancoe, he M'gbl i iw ned ch?e, Mid curried o.i a cfwside Idncola'i TtrKlrtmHvM *ad Proclft* Mi lk? Slaverf 4a?Mimb Every few days we bare something new la tbe way of a proclamation from the teat ef government, signet by Abraham Llnooln, end endorsed by WilliMi H. Seward, proposing a fresh front In the wqr of settling our national difficulties, and involving some sort of new basis for tbe emancipation of the slaves. On the 22d of September, 186?, Mr. Lioooln issued a proclamation tendering pecuniary aid to the owner# of slaves In tbe States In rebel lion, providing they would emancipate tbem or colortftn them in some part of tbe continent, or elsewhere, and also proclaiming that on tho 1st of January ensuing all persons held as slaves in whole or in parts of rebellions States nhould be declared free. This proclamation was fortified by Congressional acts, incorporated in " additional articles of war," which prohibited the army tfud navy of the United States from tho employment of their power to retprn fugi tive slaves escaped from their rebellious owners. On the 1st of January, 1863, ths promised proclamation of emancipation appeared Parts of two State* were exempted, via:?Louisi ana and Virginia. In all the others in re bellion?Arkansas, Texas, Mississippi, Alaba ma, Florida, Georgia, South Carolina aud North Carolina?the slaves were declared free, and the army and navy required to maintain them in their freedom Accompanying Mr. Lincoiu's message to Congress, dated on the 8th of December, 1863, appears another emancipation proclamation, but with a proviso of amnesty. In this amnesty provision Mr. Lincoln includes an oath of alle giance which removes the disabilities under which some slaveowning rebels labored, and tgives them tho opportunity of an appeal lo the Supreme Court or the United States for a restoration of their rights to property in slaves, and also to tbe advan tages that would accruo to them by a repeal or modification of the emancipation laws passed by Congress. In this proclamation authority was giveu to persons in certain States, num bering not less than one-tenth of the voters thereof, to re-establish a State government; atid it .was announced that any enact ment of such States relative to the freed people therein, who are described as "a laboring, landless and houseless class," would not be objected to by the national Executive. OnJhelCtli or" Lincoln is-, Sues another proclamation, in which he pro ceeds to define tho oases in which "insurgent enemies" are entitled to the benefits of the amnesty offered in his proclamation of Decem ber 8, 1863. In this new edict thousands of people hitherto active rebels, but now either in captivity in the United States or de jurt and dtfacto non-combatants, are deprived of the benefits of Mr. Lincoln's amnesty. Executive clemency is offered; bnt what would Executive or any description of olemency amount to if those who were to be the recipients of it were to be deprived by ex post facto proclamations of the advantages to be derived from an ac ceptance of the original terms of the amnesty? What are the public to judge from this wriggling and tergiversation on the part of the Executive* Either he wants to eman^ate the slaves or be doee not. Either be desires to restore ttie Union upoa Us old basis or he does not. Neither conclusion can be safely arrived at when we take his various proclamations on the subject of omaik'Pfcik1* *mn09ly iut0 conairfera tioa. The fact is, alt those proclamations about freeing the slaves amount to nothing This fa*:1 ,s beginning to be understood by all ?join's oJd friend8 They are deserting lnm N ---, 0 Issue, and are taking a wider upon t&e negu j v. ? ? . -nsivo view of the Bubject. and inoi? compretw , . ... . . *. . that the only legitt They are begloMag <0 . mate way of abolishing >??*? aii?S, mcnls to tie constitution. ^a( Lincoln s proclamations have aimed ar i? build up and sway political power in State* in wki?^ heaapift' to rnake-tboHf illegal proclamations '?ft^Ctivd. They are all itwued to secure vote* aud *w'w to his likmg tho political complexion of tbo>e States Be not only use* the executive, bat usurps the legislative, power of the govern ment to attain this object. Those who wort nis old supporters, we say, have deserted him: but while taking a sensible view of the <pi<- ' tion of emancipation- that in, tb?t it can only legally bo accomplished by consti tutional amendment - Ibey ful to make a proper demonstration of their opinions In the Uouse of Representatives, at WuAhing ton, ?resolution has b?-en preseoM inviting the several States to take the proper conslitu tiooal mode to securo emancipation. But it falls like a dead blanket ov?r the shoulders of th? managers of the republican party. None seem to have the courage to take up the blud geon, which? while it carries dut the aati slavery dectrine, knocks the aduiiniotration, or its Executive chief, upon the bead. In the Assembly, at Albany, resolutions meeting the sftmo point bave been introduced by Mr. Bry ant. of ibis city Tt is fortunate the effort bad ft respectftble father; otherwise it would have Mien stillborn in a republican Legislature. The men who secured power by their advo o*?y of'the anti-slavery sentiment of the North are now afraid to tench the question in % legiti mate way. They have proven themselves un true to their owu professions?traitors to tbek own cause. The only propei way of treating the slavery question, outside of constitutional Amendments, is to adopt IfoGlellan's propo sition, or that of General Fremont?that Is. liberate the slaves in the field of operations over which the Generals bave control, where their services will be useful in suppressing the rebellion. All proclamations by the Executive abolishing slavery are nugatory, Including Uls last. What pl>a*A will the next anti-slavery, anti-settlement edict from Washington assume? Omws Thompson ih Oonorfh*.?The action of Congress in refusing the use of the Capitol for George Thompson to spout in Is one of the best things of the season. How the felluw could ever have bad the Impudence to ask for It sur prises those who do not know him. Yhompson v*s accidentally elected to the QTritlsh Par liament, tome thirty years ago, and ever since then he has been engaged in trying to break up th(s country. Lately be came, over to look at what be calls hi* glorious wwtrk ?that is to say, oiin carnagQ of this cl v: 1 w?r. Ttoe British arlstoufacy and Louis Napoleon ongW to ffWerd hint. He has served Euglaod by (jrtppling tbhf republic, and he has opened ihe way for Nspnleon's e,on'|uesi of Me\->co by w'U.n;; us to otill rig each other's throat.) Let bin; j;'> bank to IC"u' *?dand feoe've t.!i* money j uid honors he baa e<fneif. Her* Iw i? ilious III"? like himself, have been the willing tool* of foreign Powect, end who, like again* were tie original dieuniooists, and remained an just u long a* disunion appeared to lead to abeUtoniem. Kooo4T1om in run Orrr?Tub Public Sohooia? A bill has been introduced into the Legislature whose operation will effect some considerable changes in the mode of choosing school officers and in the administration of the affairs of our public sohools. By this bill the oity is di vided into seven sohool districts, each of whioh shall elect one sohool commissioner for a term of three years. Seven other school commis sioners are to be appointed by the Mayor, sub ject to the approval of the Board of Education, which wiil thus be constituted of fourteen members- But the whole Board will not go out at any one time, as the elected members wilt hold office for three years, while those ap pointed by the Mayor will hold for only one. The change that will thus be effected in tho body that ha* the principal charge of our pub lic schools is not deep enough. It don not remedy or even touch the rual evil. It charge* the manner in which the Board shall be made, but does not change the material that it is to be made of. It still leaves the public schools in the hands of the c?t.y politicians Any method of selection ia good enough with tbe right kiud of men, and no inuthod of selection will be an improvement if it will porrait the chooning, as this bill will, of tho samo class of uieu who have hitherto held th e*e placos. The real trouble with our publio schools is that tb?y are in the hands of the grogshop politicians. The distribution of the places of trust in our educational .system is de cided in the groggeries of our city, and our public schools are under the control of men whose education, associations, habits and modes ot thought are those or the groggeries Usuce tbe corruptions we have seen in them No ohange will be of any value except it takes tho selection of the Board of Muta tion altogether out of the political squabbles of the city~-Bad even out of the city. Let there be a fuiblio sohool board appointed?as the Police Board is, and as the Regents of the University are?by the Governor and the Sen ate, and let this board jtjtiroljr control the schools, and the cfi?Sj$ Will be of soma Value. No Governor would appoint to such a noble anqhonj^t^ anvbnf a $ten the moat unimpeachable chiraMof, abd we woula thus have upon this board the real requisites of such a board?men of the highest r^speji,abili ty and honor in tho community. There is not the remotest hope that we can get sucU men in suoh places in.any othqr way. Thb AssoitiATKu Pkers Again.?In the Sen ate. on Monday lnnt. a very interesting debate occurred between Senators Sherman and Wil kinson, in the course ot which tbe administrar tion was pretty thoroughly reviewed. Mr Sherman is a genlleman of sense and educa tion, and Mr. Wilkinson, who belongs to tbe border ruffian school of oratory, had uo chance against him in the debate. Now, the reporter of the Associated Press dlamUned this very In teresting discussion in a line or two arid de voted a coople of columns to the dry, tedious speeches of Trumbull and Wilson <ij?on tho ob solete slavery question. This in oti tractertatic of the Assoc iated I'rem reperter. He ban t brilliant faculty of suppressing everything that the publio wants to kuow, and of report ing everything that is neither interfiling nor important. What his motives for such misoon duct may be we are not informed Let us hope that he only lacks brains Bnt tf Hits be the case wby does tho As?oci?led Prose onj^ ploy him* re t *??'? Another Lottje OBvNn.?The Tammany I?<u1 era. who still feel somewhat sore ?t having been kickoj 0$ ^ the gegcBC^a^ilnw, ve con woliog themwlVeS With the ;-ui? I1 ^ f.ryaut, the Tattle G'jiU of Iht* Assembly, who is ahe.til of owryhnily els??democrat* or t,.. pv'HHc*]n.i in hi? jjraip of ?tj grv.i!. issues or the ft**- N. B.?W> advise /the Little not to too 4art'e upon the utrengtli of tbic XmipliiaeRf" V*' ?ls? we shall bavp to takfl hitn dot?n aftri Ut bim remember the fate of Ge.'Vgc Law. Horn** W'rmcUM? & aoirce muxidate in to na in one of our <p I own j),ajlo warerooni* '.hi* -ven fog, at wbirh a number of pioaKocnt irtiata b.?ve :ii >roi.<eii <? i,?nd ttwir weryk#%. Tbt? j? wood* will be for th? or the Metropolitan mou try ' air Kanttr fClrrttonw, * Tim ami ktl n^Atcr olcctioni took |>lJria *a in?i *t < burohoi, wttlt the following rsMit ? TB'MTT CHURi H 'Vni Wir'Jmt?William K. OuMon)t>, G iliaa O. Pff/ryMf*?Henry Yonnga, George 1 xnpMton .Strong, SAmui-i T-f>k'dm >re, ' >iin a fix, Cyras Carttt, flou/er noiir M. Ogden. -to/nph Delifleld, Fraucie R. Tillou. John H. .swift, .lobn J., Aleafruder W BiarorU, 3ainuW Da<rls, Juin.-t It. ng, John Caawell, Adam Trodwall Siv'kelt.Jobn Wavers, Kdmand U Young, Henjautin It. V>'iDtbr?s?, Philip II. Lydig, Nicholas V. Palmer 9T. MATTUKW a* tVjr Utu?J 'tin J Sntphen and Alfred Milton Veurym'??no**'I My, .I nhn <? Ambier. Otarft V Pnawroy. William fl. Brown. (kunbridge Linngame, WtlihMB (1. CaaweN, Kara It. Coodndge, John Williame ST. ANN'* CHURCH FOR UKAK MUTM WtrLnt - O. H Jankwm, C. 0. Lathrop Vfrym w?B M Martin, H. Merrill, 'J. S Htnngflei 1, W .i Sherwood,X F. Rodgora, W O. I'ttft*ernld, J. L. Harrla. J. Iowie?the lattei tbraa being from tbe leaf to jta tiortlou of (be partMb. w atNWRiiiHT MJiMORiar. ohhrcb Wirf/n.'?Martin V Buna, Alexander Oltaton, M. 0 "Wry" M'Oniioihon T. Hcbuiciu m. Herman liruau, Obarlca Spear, Peter Hayden.Obrlatopha' iJwjra, Ha^ii tou It -OA/Inn, George towier, John n. Tapper OBTJROB OF THS INOARxaTJOIl Wir4mt?J B Vnnderroort, fl M. Veient-na ' O F. Nenbitt, ajr Kfrt, VT B. derkn, B. V Crawford, fl. A Oakley, l?F TberauBwi, k ? rtlg gma.J Hobart nerri<*k. nr. TROKAa' nntnw.n Ward<w<?f.rmna Heuiaon. Wdward * Vfilietl Vtttri/fhim? F.r?rt A. Diirchlnk, George 0 Oollina, raihn L. Ml*, Fiilioo Cutting,lino 1> 11 OdleHple, lobn t'aypiu, Cbnrlea VandoTTonri, lobn fl. Williama Dtpartara of tb? Third Near larairjr fat tb* VUK. Tmiftoif, March '10, 18M. Tba Third Mew Jersey oavairr ragimm<t waa reviewed tbia morning by the Governor, and then lafl for Waabtag ton, aroextng tba Delaware at t'na point. 1%ay go aa far aa Orlatol to-day, raaeb Kenalagtoa to morrow, and paag through Pblladalpbiaon ThnraOay. rbe regiment la 1,100 gtmqg, and tba floeat yet aoat from (Vew Jeraay (Mooel Morriaoa ? in command The Roatua Withly Haak RtaUmint. B'WTOW. Marcb ?<?, !Hli4 Tbe following ia the atatrmoat of U?e Bottoo banba for the week:? Cajiltai a lock .TOO t.<>ana and 73,496,WW T,010,000 ln? rrom otbwr IT,ikH,700 Imo to other W,Ma,TO0 iwpoatta 34.HW.MJ0 Circulation 0^110,000 (htrkMki. a?A*T'A Om? O* UP Mo(:UMAAB ?R?? Dr{ Thoaaon, ihn editor of tb? <~%rutkm Ah*xi**, atataa tba* he bad a nnavnraatwn in the railroad oar at Attona, I'a , a f.*w d?f? ago, lit wlnrh, r<peHking of (tenarai Mo<:ieitaa, fimiera! iJrant auribnto l nta lallure to ifo want ol ability or ed ii-alloti, but U> the tact lliat. he una loo rao'dly, ?aa tatoticawd by bla elevation, and afraid io miuto a DoM hiep leat it abowff be a IblaeObA. Mwontor, ha I'afofwt Mtaly aliolNlilMmto'r tabe wani ?j!"t?d by poiitni'aua 4u I itowil i(if i bi Ute lata* ligbia wbiotat?ay held <wt beforobim Mr ih.m m a?aoawaralOWht apaaaa'm Urn ijiRl. ' a< < ?? ^barman, wlio a'nw^adu h?m in IB* Wmnt"rn ! npartm"' who, in> *??/ < ii*? ui> .uiie norm the -n <s <m . e* ^ * "t ni n ? mt'aWv fht Co?I D*mumi Um r>ilih MMMf of UmMb-How ?? imoai Then-Ui Goes wlU Hki MU OintMl?< U tk? PrlawtfWMI BAli-lStlUl tkl lBdl|MttM Of (k* Wl?l? IUk~R? ftcfwii m lalrNw Umi tm Um lapirw of Xwli, ba# llakM Quit* Vr?t with HapolM* MM Tklrt Md Daniel O'OmMll-HU Dm* phetla PrciIdeBtlal Smii>|i, A<., *?? 11)0 Count Jeaooes last evening leoturad hi Um Ossaaa Institute on the Codfish Aristocraoy of the Dub of MM Universe. Son* five hundred persons wore preseat, throughout, oujoyod amazingly the entertainment. lb* count appoarod on the plaUorm atoos, dressed In the M# oI the fashion?dvoning drees style, with fine black i low tmlod coat, vary short In the waist; light oolorad v proportionately long, black pants and shoes, with a t Iobioo of scarf, embellished with brilliant studs, nawi well received, and at onoe proceeded with bis subjeei? It was onoe said the fewer men the greater the honaa fa tbat spirit he viewod the audlenoo beforo bias. Be thanked tbetn f.w their attendance. Ha would procied to sddress them on the iwendo aristooraoy, par erctllfmmu of Boston, the Rub or the Universe. Ancient Altai wan tbe hub of Greece, the centre of a great oiroumfer ? eo.e which gave laws to manners, art, literature sad science, to all tbe world, at a time vfcien fcfypt liuisea whs dead and buried la her sepulchres. The trot aristocrat in all lands Is the lover of the finale Sticb was the power of the BemoH In snclant Kgypt thai tbmrkiogs oouid not be buried In the pyramids tbete vanity hsd raised during their lives until the people had authorized it Koar popuh, vox Dei, were tbe aublleaead words ever written, and be bad himself pained a goldaw medal Tor a troatiso upon these words in Paris. But mm now apeak with the voice* of deuons?even here to the pi eseuoe of the august rather of his Country (turning sad pointing to tho bust of Washington), and these menaava frnqiionUy received applause here. One rasa especially, who hat boosted that for nineteen years he tried aM la could to break sounder tbe bonds, that bound us la holy mnou ouo to another?tbat man is a pseud* aristocrat, and that man T have defeated In every r> movement bo attemptod la Boston. It ? said of me that 1 am a good smsli swordsman. Trae. .uhI whenever 1 use a foil with a political antagonist I caice off the but ton (laughter.) But why are tbe caea mou aristocrats called codfish ? It Is not my word or tin) name given them by the great paper ol your eltr. Oyei the State House the representation of a large codfish is soon I saw rt thore In my boyhood, and it Is tbera yet. And why Is it called the Hub of tbe Universe f This phrase. as well as that of codflsn arlstoorsoy, Is oonstsat ly used In Boston. The codfish legislators of Boston ooa sider themselves tbe legislators of the universe, aad it Is cjulle immaterial whether tl>ey be oobblers or tailors, or (armors It is enough tbat one baa got beneath tbo Hub of the Universe where tbe old oodMb bangs. Strangers entering and asking what building this ix will be answered in this fashion:?"Kh, don't yaa knowr Is tbe Hub of tbe UuiTtrso." "How tbe bubt What makes It the Hub of the Val> verso?" '? Why, tbe hub is the centre at tba wheel." "What bas tbat, though, to dowtthW ' Why, because It comprehends all New Rnglaod and tba ? est or tbe United States to boot." (Langhter.) I tell re* th# truth, that four or five of our-men have comaaaad 0ii tl|y whole of tbe United States to do exactly what the* pleated, and tboy bavo doae it. That Is how waoab oursolves tho bub. But New York?phewt?we deal care ror New York?we send twelve Senators to Weak'. Ington, and New York senda but two?pbewf we are tfea hub?we are tbe hub. New York and Pennsylvania, aad ell the ottisr States or tbe Union, have permitted ire men in Massachusetts to bring on tbio tiuboly, tbia fratricidal war (Applause an<\ felsjw > four years * igo. iu this very hall. I prbnouiioecl ko 6ralioa aa Cuorge Washington, lit Md of a fund te a?ve to lbs country tbe bouse ia which Wfc>HTff5TOT CM taflT' I bad previously saved tbe house of Sbaksperd, in Rag land, and I oouid do no less than do all in mr pewer la save (he birthplace of the Father or hia Country 1 waa twenty-seven yaars a'usent from Boston, aud wheu I r*> turned *11 was with open arms to nmnrato my tartar mother How wu I received bv tbe codfish nrlstocrscfff Tliey oriod out, "Who Is this man, wbe baa sprung up abroad?? who comes here wllh boner and rti?nitio8"" "Ob, don't you konwf" ' No. Wba Is lie?" "Why T remember lilat when he pieye* marbles in the streets here " aad so I did. too, uud an oxcellcut dab at taw 1 >m?. ana never missel at/ aiui, aud all the marbles I used to win I would SsM at tho rale or ten 6>r a cent, and thai was tbe way I gat my first library. (Laughter.) 1 have since then slept in cobwebbed cottages ?nd within imperial palaces; hal I never changed my nature No, 1 will tell you a feet. I renir.ed to be introduced to tbe tste Kmperor of Russia by tho King of Prus ?ia. Because why t Be bad put ble heel on tue neck of Poland. (Applause.) Yet, of *iotier did I appear in public in Huston than f was attacked as If I bad been en impostor I wished to marry, end I fixed my eye on a lady alter wboae pea wmmoos and personal attractions sopc five or als little walking atlcVs or Washington street were la dally par suit. (Laughter.) I was introduced Ten days after wards I prui-osed marriage to tbe father and sa^ thor. aud no objeetious taken. (Laughter.) Is ba a (lamMert atJred lhay. Ne.. Virtuousr Oh very. very. Ih lie a drunk aril" On nn, not at all. his faoi will Ml yet l?> l^n't a drunkard Is he weaitbyV Ob, immoi'* muusely. (C. nilnjed lau^titer ) is his pro;cssljaf Well, b? writes a little. What doe? he writer Why, history some, pootry a little. Oh, a mere poet. Is bsf Yea. And a historiauT v?s. Oh, de>'r tue; but perbapa ha i? rood of reading Shakapitre? Oh. no doubt; lie saved ?hi<B|>ero's bou?o Ob. that's ouougb. If he r<i*ds .^b-Kopare aud saved Kbukspore'fc bouae he'll net enler my Iioum* Ai.d tlioy foil b-uk. on an bid n>U? Iioiuko, upwuKb- 01 Hikty. Vliat's tbo riDg of tbe imetoe buh, that'i ihewlHph arlsioorsey tor yea. (laughter.) Hop TSutmeuSSu its lersooutloaa V Iff? * clergyman wrote against me, wba <;A?e Die a rtiarsoter worse thai tho Devil himself. I whs less than man and worae ibau demon. I was threat ened witb caalicstion if I visited tbe rndy. Thereupea I woot to iter The next day ?l was tbreateaed with i nssa smstioair I abit'lCMd tho lady. Thereupon 1 visited her ii^ain, showed her the letter; whereupon weeonclnlad t? do the very tljmg which 1 wss threatened for, and straightway lilsh fllallten ns in Ov> ?? ; _ i airmiouy (Crest lalTiliwT)" ~Tm"77kT'an India kii" hm* frlerds?the harder you strike me , <a? jbo hiyher | bound The lecturer tbea 4?vo a ??"??one bu apposrance at Mi" Prineo o' WVe* ball in Bxatnti, n^(J at which h.< >p. Injared In lull 1r?aiiand wllh all Ills dec ..'Stlors, wfcBrt his t unlliarity nub ilie 1'rtnoe (knew h;.? atiotan brl, rt him), the *iuke of vewcsstlo ?boni ho kce^" f1louslr ne lx?rd lanroio. acd with mh r i ouhics, so exclli? the ire ol tbe llubitas aud the Huhite pre.,3 that their firtt cutieu V him Increased tenioid Hut I got the better af tho bar aud ol nleriy and of a!l who sought my dowa rall TlieKtnparoi Napoleon once said loa^?flanybtel). sir ngsd, lh?sn are l-uths. Wh?n In extle th' I'rlnoa ?v is my p':e?t whr>n I lived at nash n^ton sqaara I (cmili.iiind lauRhtor), nud that is th? r;-aam he baa not forgoituo n-jo. "Walt, now," ?-tid the Rmperar, l.wirlmi the p- li.ts or his musturbo, jmleo?(great langk t?r}?"Oniet .loannrv, voh ?r? tho irnst n^agoinceaily audneiouimat 1 ever met." ''Sire," 1 replied. l,l shall be sorry to take pt ecedeni e o' roar Btcellenaf In avythlag "' i Initui derate isugbter.) But i< is 't -st n that bas made fnu huly eudacs'ua. IXey ti ioU ta malro me steal. Wouldn't do it Forge; no go. Ih uuk; cuuldu't see it. I'anghler 1 Sunt last thev r^urrectod an old law af ItHl. and tbey bn'iat el (v) me -Indl-led um far a cornmon nuisance?(gr.'at lauebter)? nut <h?D f bent thorn too. lite men bare ?'m.?pliMt, and have siic-ned^d In destroy try the "ciioii. Pirsl liime l.'ovd Garrison, then Wendell Phil lip* ? imn<T, H<-nry Wiieoo, and Iaat, not least, JT. A. Aialrew The^a am tbe nven who gave tbe Ave wenadb' to eur or jcHled oountry (Applaosr end hlaeee.) And* hireima rna abroad?s Arebrand?Oenrge Thonipeaa, eanatosoe the woik completed (Coatlnued applause end htMn.i.) mven hundred >h<> ifcan.1 of our brave yonlb have fallen in battle, and a new theory?% new achrme I* "??ptace tbeui?baa l>eeo staaied, of wb'*h tbeaw men, with Hora e Greeley at ibetr back, era the *|io*llea I mesn mlscegeoatlon. (laughter.) This man mu?t be put down end the R<wernment aaa> i tamed Mnrotn I believe to be an booeet man, bat tba 1 Klmintslratioo bug bins wUti an anaootula embrace aa , latai as were I be embrace of (terpen is to Iaocoob, tba . priest of froy. Let lr>sbmen?who are parMonlarly C* / tierreil to in this ml*e?geuation ecbeioe?et tba aaxt els* ? i t ion prove tbelr manhood aad their )>atrlotlsai at the billot box Tbat is the way for them to triuaipti afar ' iJietr enomies. Den O'Conuell once aald to me?f Ihagb- < t?r) ?go on, b?i|h na, It Is tree?'"By the pew sea, my youiig friend (1 was youog lhon),by tbe jowsrs, iny "Jung friend," said be, ''wiiou you get your enemgr in the wrong, always hold him there, and you'll aiwaya Im> right " 1 tell you thee, in conclusion, |( Hlclimood la u?en in three months, yon kao.v whsi general will taka It, aud a*ho will then lie President; If not, t ben be Is asd1 the leader for you. If Heaves grants us speedy vlotory,, Ibch Heaven may give ns Ulysass R. Grant for Presldsafc f Applause ) If not. then, aa we bad a Tret George (polat ? lug to tbe bust of washlegtoa), we will haveaGeorre Ma", ?Vcond. (Applause, with a few cries of "never.") la the laugusre of Rhsksnere, I may ssy wlthcmt wltob uraft, all hall?noi Macbeth?hut all hall Mc'lellaa... President that shsli be. (Qrest applause, during whtab the Count retired.) ?? Important Treaty ^ucdto*. 0N1TKP SfATM OOVMIWI0NIR'n COCBT. Before OomniU?ioaer Oebortt. ) As important qudatlon km yeeterdajr the ?nbl?cl of ?> '??' erguraent before Uomipleeiouer Oiboru?M* ineotT idc tbe power* of the rniie<fBtalee (ndleiary under treet N? . between cur government end foreign oonntrlee. <n> ibe requlelMoo of Ibe lie I lea Oouee?. Oemmieaiener Oebora leaned e w err art for tbe erreet of Mloerotle IUIii:ondo, a. immo belonging to tte Iiallen barqi# <>?#?*, for the ? pvrpoee of retaining Mm on boerd Ibe voeaei. The warrant waa eieonted, (Bd Ibe c??e, through ooudeol,. ' wee brought before the 0>mmleei<mer for argument ea ?notion for e diecberge. Mr. lonobue, :or Reimuuda,ooa tended that tbe erreet fee Illegal, Inaamurb ae no at* of OonfreM bed been pieeed glring power to Mete or feder* court* or oflloere to otrry them out. Snch being tbe eeee, tbet the Comm?aioner bad no right or lent, authority to leeoe tbe werrant of arreet npc.n tb? requialtton of tbe Coneal. Mr MoKeun, for Ibe Italia* (Xjnaui, contended tbet 'itider tbe treatf between Vraeaa end the United stater en the mutual privilege* and etim. Intlona of wliicb had been.aubeequeotly extended to ItMft the raiuteUlon of the nooeul ?u euffloieni nutborftf fir the T^eited 8Utee Oitunitailoner to .saue hi* warrant I* ell oeftce likn thet before the court, the reaulglltoti he leg emieiiiienled by milieoe from tbero*l of the ablp. ?Uow Ing thet lUlmondo wee e tt?etii*n belongs* thereto, end thai tbli wee ell (he treaty demand -J, that no eot of I oogr ,ha le movwerT to nuv# or |<erl?-I tbe,w?mw/.#, ;'j '?> Ibe treety lti?.)r bilnp <be an.<? ettie law of 11 c latid. Mrii 11(0 atl|H!lel out rt 1 bo c V< U.n ?(,<Teti' a* In* |? 0<iijrh<of uietioe. Mat" anr, f(.>ht>? art o: a nliar irlnrlo oi e-ale o' tli ?w> "e'v ? aa r ? ? tlr'l i t)<y nj, t.fl' ? f, Willi' ? t <? ' " *- \ l*i - ' I <i i oti i*. line ' lA ' tl.e I f'lii n (K,, . I.... II r 1 . Uta v, 1 M v

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