Newspaper of The New York Herald, April 20, 1864, Page 5

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated April 20, 1864 Page 5
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heir mteotious lo become citizeos, aad vote. This should Ufivrrin agonist to the Mil. ' Mr. I\>ourM, (rep.) ot Wit-j thought (to question which the Senate contended w?s an abstract one. wu uot bow, dot would there be, any number of I m Ifootana. and we were legislating Ml*"1*' *n >ooy which would never occur in the history of me . Mr V14KMM, freji.) of Minn, moved that tho8enate t-ilwrala ib auieudineut aad ageee to another commit M^UuL*(rep.i of N. H.. denied that the principle of the .Senate's amendment wu ? mere abstraction. It wa* fc'.abhshing the precedent of freedom for the Iftrrltory |br all time to come The bill without the Senate s iiuondmoQt would Allow tho iDbibltanli of tbo youg Tor Fitory to be educated la the barbarous idea of slavery, W titon had done ao much injury in times past. Mr. Tfumrum . (rep) of III., thought the tendency* the amendment waa to alenlate loyal men and help the rebellion, the bill defined the rights of suffrage, and (he very first legislature which met would dispose of Iho Question for ltseir. A great deal had been said about segro equality, and about the equality of all meh and someo too. before the law, and it bad been said that it Battered not whether the means by which this was soured were constitutional or not. This government ould not be saved unless we saved It under the constttu Ion We were lighting tor liberty refulated by'aw; nd as far from strengthening the government and wea* nlng the rebellion, we divided the sentiment or the people of the North whenever woundei^kto pwwan hnconsiitutioual act. The I?'"? * *he wag based a poo the protoooo tnai u?e toVerninet^ had usnrWl and exercised powers Go* wvroted by the Soustltulioo. He did not say thM^charseswore just always. But we should avoid Km the woearance of violating the constitution. Wo r?ntM no divisions in this country except between pa C!oU aud traitors. He was sorry the proposition had Keen introduced here, whence It would be sent out for discussion before the people oa the stump in the oomlng Slr^sssixow, (rep.) of Me., objected to further de bate the morning hour having expired. m L*JIBLATrVK, HXSCUTIVS AND JUDICIAL APPROPRIATION RILL PASSKD. The Senate then proceoded to the consideration of the Legislative, Executive and Judicial Appropriation blu. An amendment, offered by Mr. ARtuoirt, (rep.) of R. I.. eras adopted, providing for the publication of the laws in leoalltie* contiguous to the rebellious States, that their dissemination among them be the bettersocured. After a few unimportant amendments the hill was paaaed. rspsal or ti? Fcomv* slave law. Mr. Sommbb, (rep.) of Mass., called up the bill to re peal all acts for tho rendition of persons to servir* or UlbOf. the bill passed to a third reading without debate. Tho ?yes and noes were called for on Its passage. Mr. Sumnsr said he did not intend to say a word about iM bill. It was as plain as the multiplication table, a Wary or the Ten Commandments. (Laughter.) Mr. H*tMUora, (opp.) of lnd., did not thluk that there ?hooM be such an amendment to the constitution a?this, fit might be as plain as the multiplication table; but It was tftubtful to him whether the high morality of the Ten Commandmeota would sanction its passage. It was de bided m 1793, and again In 1850, to be lawful and expo* ileat The Fugitive Slave law had been decided to be msUtuttonal by every court of the United States, and Dad beeo reaffirmed by the people. Now, while the con? itltutlou remained unchanged, and all its provisions ODli* gatory upon us as members of Congress, It was proposed |o repeal It. While be was not a member from a slave IState, fee would vote against the hill so long as the oath hahed taken to support the constitution was upon his fMMJMWAS. (rap) of Ohio, always thought the law of fcS60 waa unconstitutional, and had no objection to its trapeal now. He doubted the propriety or going back as nr as 1TM. He would give the loyal people of the 8outb i)i tholr rlghti. Mr. Sokmw wan tod to tnako a cloan swoop whflo wo were at it, and wipe out the barbarous code rrom our amun would vote against the bill, because he did not wish to extend the repeal back to the Itw or 1793. to a great extent lu which the law of 1793 was KttaraUve were for themselves rapidly perfecting mea rtres of entire emancipation. He moved to amend tho ill by inserting "except the act approved February 13, 1798, far the rendition of persons from sorvice or labor.' Mr. Joamow, (opp. I of Md.. regretted the proposed ac tion , not because he supposed it would have any onect Oh u>e return of a alusl<- slave, but upon otbor grounds, ihe cuuetHutiou aot <?nly authorised the acts ef 17W and l&MJ, but theframers of that instrument thought It just blcid uecenswy to have some such law. The constitution Itself was! Fugitive Slave law. Without disrespect to memory of Justice Story, who had been referred to & the Snator from Massachusetts, be thought he had auflfered by the failure to oonvey the true meaning and Effect ot his decision upon the act of 1793. In rag*"' to khe aot ef I860, the Supreme Court, In the oase of Booth, Sir a unanimous decision, confirmed Its constitutionality. He would inquire what practical good was to result from this measortt He thought it might create unpleasant fooling amooff tho people of States which woro section ally loyelaae amoocst the loyal people of starts which were sectionaliy disloyal. If. as the Senator ^.Uie blll ~ ~topA36d to repeal odious laws, and that It was a* clear p others hi this body. The President of the Convention kloh framed It, oomtng from a slave 8Ute, cerUlnly iw what the clause of 1793 meant. Many or the a who passed the set of 1793 were members of ?subsequent Coagrees, and if the Senator would look at i(r proceeding be would find that no one attempted to jathe a suspicion that it waa unconstitutional and lnex Mod l#Ot ^Mr. Hnmt replied that, whatever the framers ef the IHMiUima somI, tbo word of tho constitution did not ^tr^JoesMf 'aaMevery member of the convention knew what he meant, and what every other member BIOOBt A long oolloquy ensned between Mr. Sgvxxk and Mr. Joonw as to the decision of Chief Justloe Story and Its affect oa the law of 1793. Mr. Sumner read from the de etsloa aad said It cloarly gave the right of trial by Jury toifegMlvT Viewed in this light, tEe eonstltutlon was ?dearly on the side of human freedom. The f~*'or fr?m Maryland said the bill was uot practicable. If it be prac ticable to relieve us from a constitutional and odious sys tem to relieve our name from the shame it carries into foreWn lamls, to do Justice to sn oppressed raoe, thus securing the favor of Divine Providence?to relieve ourselves and country?then the proposition upon which you are oalled to vote is as practicable as humanity and duty. We are not aware of the heavy burthen our coun try U bearing among civilised nations tn sustaining the odious system Of human slavery. Genius had reprr aeated its enormities In marble and on canvass. Litera ture and art, In all their varied form*, have exposed its horrors, whllo those who are our enemiee abroad hay* held it up to our ignominy and taunted our frwnda with It that, professing to bo the freest nation In the world, while wo kept these odious laws on the statute book we were oo better than the Jeff. Devis government. It is in etie that we inquire into disaster to our armies, and lament such ma^saorns as Port Wagner and Port Flllow, If we still eootlnue to sanction by law Injustice, thus in currinc tba disfavor of God. Mr. Sherman's amendment was then adopted by a vote er 24 yeae against 17 nays, as follows:? tleeara Biwiialow. Carlisle, Cellamer, Oowan, Dixon Doolittle. Foster,.Harrla. Henderaoo. Hen Anoka, Howe. Jebnaoo. Lane of lnd., McDougallJNe""'J.h., fowall. Btddta, Bauiabury. Bherman, Ten EycR, Trumbull, V^AT?^ea*r?UAattioay, Brown, Clark. Connees, Psasen den. Grime* Hale. Howard. Lane of Kan^a^ Morgao. llor rill, fomeroy. ttiu?*y. Sprague, Bummer. Wilkinoo?, WU ""Mr. Caawass, (rep ) of Cel., said bo could not vote tor the Mil aa amaaded. aod, ea he could not explsla his views now, be moved wlay the bllloa thetable. Bis motioa was rejected-? Je*, 3l nay?. A motion of Mr .0*Vtt, (opp.) of Ky.. to adjourn was ^mT'nnt (rap.) of Ooan., desired to disease Um bill, aad wae willing to do ao this evening. u, vm a fa* (nrxifeontH ho cavo way on a notion of Mr HcOorati L, (opp )ofOil., to adjoura, which wee carried. Hnaee of RtpnMnUUlTM. Wmuwiw, April 19,1M4. in uom wmn of fob* raww. Ihi Howe concurred la Mm Senate uneodm?nt to Um Bouse reooletloa wulorood thatlb*Oommitteeon tbo OnrfKl of tbo War Inquire into Um train of tbo rum attending Ibo rooont attack on fort Pillow, and whether that fort eoiild n? bnro been auflMantly rolnfbroed, and report tbo faota aa aoon aa poasible. Mi UlllUt tU BILL. Tka H<mao wont toMooosmttteo, Mr. Wanhbnrao, (rap.) ?r Id., in tbo Chair, and ptocoedad to tbo oonaldoratton ef thelsUcnal Tax t)lH Mr. Mumuu., (rap.) of Vt., explained tbo prorlalou of ?bo maaaore. The war harmg oootiaoed longer than waa anticipated. it waa now aarsaaary to ravlaa oar aa uaaataa ao aa to oovor all defldenclao. Tba do manda upon Um Treasury ara unprecedented; b? ow raaoarooa ara equal to any emergency, good or bad Tbo receipts from tbia bill and from foreign invporutxHM will (M?y tbo ordinary eipeoesa of a hundred ?iiUssM o( people and are raueb greater than woaM pay tbo latareM ? a debt of tbroa thousand mimona of del lara, with a moot respectable (Ink lag ruad bnsMes. If wa paaa tMa bill tt will show that wo Win maintain our Choanal credit at ail coats. Wo have, oodwr tba present law. recetrod forty or fifty mlllloua more than laat year. Kvsh now the re venae from tbo Internal tax, aa waa anticipated. ? more Important to tbe Treasury thaa tbo revenue from imports, and both are equal to any ordinary expenditure in time of peace. If wo para tbia meaaore witbrnt curtailing the rates, we (ball fur nikh proof taat we cannot only pay tbo interest on the public dent Mill ordinary expenditures in Ume of peace, but ahail contribute handsomely to keep oar expenditures within waiter aw HmHa. We abatl show tba people of the Fatted stateo wo oot only hate the mean* to pay every dollar we now or erer win owe, but the principal and Intorrat of tba public debt in coin. Ho repeated that the puUlm faith will be maintained at all batardh. Tbo gov ern meet la now auppiiod wtth*more gold than it sufficient for iwpocpoeee.aoB laantnaily begging Ita creditors to reeeire payments in advance, in order to bo reDored from tne plethora of gold which It blocking np tbo com. taerce of the country, tat It be niown that if (Bo war be cloned m ISfifc we will be able not only to anpport the government, hot to pey our national debt la little more rban teayear*. lei it also be known that tbo praaent large annual expenditures arc not equal to onr annual in or eased wealth Wtan the war oommenced we bad inly a hundred vnsoiils. Now wo hare orer alx bun J red. oonstltutlng one or the finest navies cI the worM. We bare added great quantities of the moot ap proved anjNtances of war at a vast expenae. with tlie iiaah of the general who never fails, we must antlcH>a(e rritelila; resnlie to the enemy. But let us set smrboase in order financially, and with military success we xlnll b" victorious ovor uH His. let as show that we are an tpptng for tba fliiht He trusted thai every member Will cwaent to meke large sacrifices tor the good of tbe country. I<et us hare taxe* and lonns, le-aen the amount at legal tenders and mcreeeo tne pay of ihe soldiers. It la bop?d Uiat tbe Internal and Import taiea will enable the Secretary of the Treasury to obtain all tbe (uadi he wanta Mid reduce the legal tender issues, the freed men will aout< ifeot* mnota more to the national wealth than I heir (Meals oifn Thev are largely looreaalag the amount of production, U which thejr were ttmttAd by on paid" ul I a read Uba*. lie thia subject in m aeaae mical light, and not (0. preaoni * theory Oar faith la to give them shelter and proteotMn. Mr. MurrtU tben explained at length Ik* prominent featerea of the bill, atating that even through ita macliiaery they might obtain a larger lum than Is now prepoeed. It wtN vield over $260,000,090 when fairly m operation, %o which may ba added $90,000,000 from tha tariff mi! $40,000,000 internal reveuue, annually. Mr. Stskhum, (o|>p.) of N. V.,aaid that th* vnaarrt tion of the country demands the pasaage of thia bUl.and taxation sufficient for oar demands botfcdurin* and after the war. It was the point aa which tha struggle In which we are now encaged must eventually torn. The government, under the constitution, la putting forth lie power to preserve tne national life, and performing its solemn duly In devising the means for the accomplish ment of tbe great wortc. Oar meaaa are fhr mere ample than ever before existed, and more extern I ve than tboea of any country on the face of tbe globe. This he pro ceeded to show by reference to offloial records. Tbe war, be said, though requiring so many millions of expendi ture bad been carried on at tha expense of leas than the agricultural products of the country, while the resources have not been diminished to tha extent of a single dollar. Furnishing tbe means of war within our belves will tend to develops still more oar industry and ?bow the overwhelming power of this nation. This bit! was a part of the great chain forged by this Congreas to bold the nation together. From the struggle of eight millions of people to preserve their social institutions he oould not doubt that tbe war will be of long oontinuance, and terminate only when the rebels Bhali submit them selves to the constitution and the laws. Therefore, the nation should place Itaelf in tbe strongest position and guard against every possible approach of exbauatlaa. Mr. Stebbins reviewed the recuperative energies of tha British, drawing a striking ooatrast between them and our own, which are vastly superior, and give us the power and ability to overcome our enemies. In the coarse or his remarks be said the National banks must tako tbe place of tbe Stato banks, as they oould not oo exist, and expressed himself in favor of a tax on sales of gold and sterling exchange as a source of revenue. The nation, be remarked, was destined to cover tbe continent, boond together by diffusive intelligence and Industry, with an anltmited polioy of Internal improvement, con solidated in one nationality and directed by the sovereign will of the people. Pass the Tax bill, tbe bill to prevent gambling In gold, and tbe National Bank bill, and be be lieved that Congress would receive tbe blessings of the people. Mr. BROOK*, (opp.) of N. Y., remarked:?While listen ing to the glowing accounts of the gontleman from Ver mont (Mr. Morrill), and to his colleague (Mr. Stebblps), be had imagined that be was wandering in tha picture galleries of Versailles, or among tha sculptures ot tbe Vatican, where men were represented in armor and de picting war, bat without tbe actual scenes or battle. He (Mr. Brooks) had almost come to tbe conclusion, from tbe remarks of the gentlemen, that war is a blessing and debt a divine institution. Tbe gentleman from Vermont (Mr. Morrill) bad mentioned tba fact that this bill will produce two hundred and fifty millions, while his col league (Mr. Stebbins) placed tbe amount at tbree hun dred millions of dollars, with ninety millions rrom foreign imports, adding three hundred and rorty millions to the public revenue annually. His colleague (Mr. Stebbins) had held up for imitation the British system of debt and taxation?a system which bad driven the subjects of the kingdom of Great Britain, or Ireland and of Scotland to our shores. Tax* atlon does not always produce tbe desired revenue. All the inflation or prices since December last from the smaller articles of consumption?tea and coffee, to tbe largest, beer, pork and bread?baa been occasioned by the addition by tbe Secretary or the Treasury of two hun dred and forty millions or correucy beyond what he promised at that time. He (Mr. Brooks) aald that unless the currency is curtailed and the expansion leasened, we will approach a crisis from which no army can rescue the property and labor of the country. There is no crime so great as an unnecessary increase of paper money. It Is robbery in tne worst form, and serves to corrupt tha morals of tbe people. The only way to reduce importa tion is to oheck the expansion of the correuoy. The ne cessity of ending the war is apparent. Be did not believe, with his colleague (Mr. Stebbins), that we ran endure a war Indefinitely without bankruptcy. The mala object or h's (Mr. Brooks') arguments waa to produce a curtailment of tbe currency. Mr. Kasson, (rep.) of Iowa, In alluding to the remarks of Mr. Brooks, said that he (Mr. Brooks) had beeo a whig, tben a Know Nothing and now ni a democrat. The gentleman from Vew York (Mr. Btooka) bad de fended i he Irish. which was not in accord an oe with bis former Know Nothing principles. Mr. Brooks denied that he bad ever belonged to the Know Nothing party, and ha had never been in a Know Nothing lodge. Mr. Kassok then pointed to tha sentiments af the Jtr prm, or which tbe gentleman (Mf. Brooks) was part proprietor. Mr. Bmtn replied that be waa hi Europe whan that party waa organised. He never bad anything to do with tha Know Nothing party. Mr. KAseoir aald that the gentleman (Mr. Broom) being a''foreigner," he (Mr. Kasson) could not of course bold him responsible. Mr. Samoa then briefly defended tbe Secretary of the Treasury from the charge that the lat ter bad inflated tbe currency. The inflation waa by the State banks in New York, as the premium on Saturday en tbe national oturreooy, as contrasted with the State lcSutt, demonstrated. Mr. FuutAirDO Wood, (opp ) of N. Y., assumed that the present bill was to meet the Immense expendliares which glow At of this war, and therefor* It waa legitimate to diacuss every question pertaining to tbe war. Ha was in favor of giving a liberal support to the government. In this emergency he was not prepared to criticise too closely tha administration of public, aflfcirs. He believed that the administration bad undertakea a task (or which no man or aet or men were competent. Hence there should be tbe greateat generoelty for tba miatakea which had been made. Mr. wood then proceeded to esamiae the flnancial question, reviewing the acta of the Secretary of the Treasury in this connection in condemnation. Bfe ?aid that this was the first time in the history of tbe world when any people or government had departed from tbe common sense principles or finance to sustain a government and prosecute a war. Tbe pending bill waa full of errors. He (Mr. Wood) wanted a measure that waa oquitable aad fair to all the Interests that contribute l tO UXitiOD> Tbe Committee here rose. A PIRSOIfAL RATTBB. Mr. ftiRFiiu.t), (rep) or outo, said ? la my response to my colleague (Mr. Long) a few days since, I assorted tbat many leaders of tie democratic party to tbe North wore In correspondence with the rebel leaders, and I pro mised to produce tbe letters to which I then referred. We found tbat some of our regiment* in the Army of the Cumberland were being corrupted and induced to desert by politicians at bomo, and sent secret service North to find out who waa doing It. One young man weot to In diana, and by representing himself as friendly to the rebels, obtained tbeae letters and brought tbem to me. I did not know tbe writers, hut oalled several Indiana officers to examine tbem. and found out from them, who knew the handwritiog, the hisiorv of tbe writers. 1 took tracings of tbe letters and sent tbe grout with tbe origi nals through the lines. Mr. Garfield then read the fol lowing letters:? Rockviilb, lad., July li, IMS. Major fteseral ,lno. C Bhvcsi.vbidg* ? Diak 81 a?I take great pleasure in recommending to your favorable acquaintance the bearer. Mr. ?, of OreencaaUe, in this Bute. He wishee to visit the South, and net be sub ject to any danger from such a visit. Mr ? was connect ed with tbe army for some raoatha as a quartermaster of tbe ? tb Indiana Volunteers; but resigned Immediately after the evacuation of Corinth by our forces, and baa bad no sympathy or connection with tbe army since. Any duty be mav agree to perform rou may rely upen it tbat it will be faithfully done. Any favor shown hlin will be recipro cated by me whenever any opportunity offers. I am. Gene ral. yours, with much reepect. J NO. O. DAVIS. Gbbbimasti.b. Ind, July 1. 1863 Dei* Sis?I take tbis method or introducing to your fa* verabl* consideration Mr. ?, a resident of this place. Mr. wishea to enter tbe service ef the South in some cafe city. *e tbat be can be of eome assistance to year cause, f can safety recommend him to you aa aa energetic and faith ful man in any canecttr yen may place him, sad I knew tbat be can be of valuable assistance to yen. Mr ?? was for some time connected with the Unloa army, but became disgusted with the party In power and resigned la cense* queece tbereot; any favor that may bo shown nim will, I am aatlaOed. never be betraved. I am. General, very respectfully, your obedient servant. oa. iccua To Gen. J. C. Brickirbioob. C. 8. A. Bcktes was a judge in Utah nnder Buchanan. Davie was a member of tbe Thirty-eeooad, Thirtythlrd, Thirty* fifth and Thirty-sixth Oongresees, and the predecessor of the member from the Torre Haute district (Mr. Voorhoea). Both wsre his coastituecte and leading lights in the deaaocratic party. Mr. Vooaiisae. (opp.) of ind., replied ?What the fen tie man from Ohio (Mr. Garfleid) had produced war* net original letters, hat only what parported to ha copies. Be would say te Mr. Garfleid tbat Mr. Davie It one at the Most distinguished mm in Indiana, and perhaps, at this time, la dying oa a bed of sfcfcnaae. Tbsre was nothing traitorous about him. Be (Mr. Voorhoea) might pro nounce tbooe letters false and spwrtoaa. Mr. Qamsld replied that ha wished the gentleman (Mr. Toortcsn) would. Mr. Vnouns said in reply that aa It would sol salt him to do ee be would not pureo* that oeurae. It being now balf-paat four o'clock, the Hoeae tact a rscsss aatil seven o'clock tMa evening. BVBMIMO SBSSIOM. m raritab am dslawass mt raasoad nt wss taken op, whan Mr. Wtwoa, (rep,) of Town, offered a aubetltute there for?namely , that, for tbe better regalattoa of oaasmeroa among the several States, every railroad company ht Mm United 9Utce,|whoee road la operated by la hereby authorised to transport fipight sad from one State to another, anything la the law ef nay State to the contrary notwithstanding. On motion of Mr. Ybamaii, (opp ) of Ky., tbe considera tion of the bill waa postponed for two weeks. RAILROAD BRUMS OVBB TT1S OHIO K*A* LOCtSVlIAB. The House passed tbe mil authorizing the ooaatrootkm of a railroad bridge over the I alls of the Ohio, Bear Louis ville. A KiTIORAL HAM OV STATU ART. Mr. Riot, (rep) of Mo.. reported a bill setting apart tbe old Hall o( Rspreesmatlvee aa a National Htatnary Rail, tbe leveral (Mates being invited to Bend thither statues In marble or Dronte, not exceeding two In num ber, for each of their most illustrious civic or military men. The bill appropriates twenty four thousand dollars lor tbe necessary arrangements. Mr. Mosritx, (rep.) of VI., said tbe old Senate chamber , has been aseigned to tbe use of tbe Supreme Court, but" tbe old ball la an unappropriated waste, draped with cob webs. He urged that, from its grandeur of style and itn togtslatiyo associations, It could be appropriated to so more fitting and patriotic parpoee. Tbe bill waapasson. RBooNMTtacTio.v tit tit* nBustirora m *raa The House rreumeii the consideration of tbe bill report* od from thp ?eteci Committee providing ror the recon* strneUon ef overthrown or rebelHons States. Mr. J. C. An sir. (opp.) of III., a member of thatoommlt* <*o, opposed the Mil, arguing that tbe power proposed to he exercised Is not oonferreil by the conatitutlon. Our political labric Is now shaken to ita centre. Ambition, civil war end threatening national bankruptcy era teaaen log the strength of our system, snd the flflend^of free govornmenl everywhere are walling to reVflce at the triumph, or weep et Its downfall. He fee red to launch on unknown saas, hat preferred to be guided bp the ohsrie famished by tbe fathers of the rapuhMc. The trill waa fraesed oa the assumatloa that thoaa rshailitma ms?ea art out of the P ii?mi >i > m??. ' i ?! H I U nloi 1 If heDelieved thtr M woeht raptH Ifce ww> ad? mb, ud waged only for revecge wl plunder. Itua Jull wouia eerve only (o inoreaee tlM present discord. A Inrgs portion Of tbe South seceded because they tMengbt ttoelr rktfUto would lie tnneoure uuOat Um> party M* W |W?W If we desire them to return, we must remove the e*sse of (heir apprehension This measure actually proponed to aeoaapllah what tbe .-tenth (eared previous to tbsir aeoenton lie argued that ne necessity exists far tbia btfl, for when tbe Military power shall beluppreeeed,tbe people, returnlac to tbelr allegiance, will see that all tbetr offices are Ailed by man who will respect lbs authority ef Uui United Ptitwi Mr. fturaaaa, Crap.) of Dal., aatf that speedy action | on this hill seemed apparent already by tbe proclamatloa of tbe Prealdent and tbe pmnnncinmentos ef military commanders. Tbe people of tbe rebellions States am M vlted to reorgavias #trll governments. Unieea Congress define the terms on wbloh representatlvee may be ad mitted here tbe way of reconstruction will he rendered more difficult. Tbe first principle provided brwbiH is that until tba State aba* he rree from military resist anoe tbe President shall appoint a piwiw ad leinnw to conduct tha civil administration, while facllttlea are to be afforded for Instituting a permanent government The bill also provides for tbe calling of a onnvention.thaarecognis ing tbe right of tbe people to form their own organio law. Among other proviaiona Involuntary servitude la pro- | blblted. Tbe constitution, be argned, la required to gua rantee to every Slate a republican form of government. The prlnoiple la laid down by Vatiel that if a nation la obliged to preserve Itaeir It la obliged to preserve ita members. He further explaiued toe proviaiona of tba bill, showing that loyal people alone war* to he plaoed In possession of tbe civil government. At ten o'clock tba House adjourned. United States Supreme Court. Wasiiinotow, April 19, IBM. Noe. 100 and 228.?Brienardello vs. Gray; Gray vs. Brignardello?This case, which attracted some attention at tbe argument, from the large amount Involved and the questions discussed, was decided yesterday by the Su preme Court. They affirmed the judgment In No. 180, which was In ravor of one heir, and revised it la Mo. 323, which was against tbe other. The result la to give all the land to the two heirs. The Ch?aSB|? Dti?lt?r. INVESTIGATION INTO 1HB C 108*8 OF TH1 DISASTER BKI 0H1 COBON8K N0RKI8 AND A JPRT?MAMI NATION 0? CAPTAIN PILL?B?OWM AND BNOINCUR 8ULHVAN, ETC. Tlie Investigation Into the muw or the disaster on board the United State# gunboat Chenango, by the expto slonof a boiler, wee oommeneed before Coroner Norrts and the following Jury yesterday in the Governor's Room, Brooklyn City Hall :? Abram Alnslee, William Arthur, Theodore Ortngtoo. Robert J. Hutchinson, Launcelot Keekup, Thomee Kelly. The jury devoted a couple of hours about noon in board ing the Chenango and making a thorough inspection of the boiler, alter which they returned and commenced the inquest. Besides the witnesses there were soarcely half 'ThToor^^rleflTnSlreaaed the Jury In relation to the testimony he expected to produce, a? regarded tJhe manufacture of the boilers and the material ueed> to their construction, when the following witu?88?? *6 James F. Sullivan sworn?Resideiln Kent avenue, be tween Myrtle and Park : am a machinist by occupation, am now in the navy of the United States, on board the gunboat Chenango?an acting third assistant engineer, served my time with Mr. Jamea Blons; paased mi " nation before the Naval Kxamiuing Board in phlladelpht* hafnrn AfltArlDff thg n|V7' I WU OD bOird lh0 Ch0IHD^ at the time of the explosion, in the forward pllothouee, at the bell; wa started the engine at a quarter before or a quarter alter three o'clock?don't recollect which? when wa left the Navy Yard : the explosion occurred about a quarter after four o'clock; the firirf thing l expo. rlenced wts the of tbe floor Md a low rumbling noise, wben 1 started to go into the engine room, and mat Mr. Cahik, the chief engineer, on the top or the ateu ? he Aid his hands on me and asked for God a sate to get him a dnck of water; 1 got the water and a mat trees, upon which he laid himself down on deck, went gown Inte tie ccgine room and found the engine E?ing. To a Juror-tte engine was running fine and smoothly there wae nc iar whatever previous to the explosion^ S?? rTct^to the engine 'room 1 tried the cocks and found no water: did not expect to findI anyJn either boiler: I had stopped the engine previous to that, exam ined the steam gauges and found they had turned to no thing Mr. Cahill, before his death, said, thank God, ha had two and half gauges of water ia hia boiler; when I shut the injection valve I returned to the fire roona and asked Mutter's Mate Jaechke to got a lantern and ordar one or his men to sea where the water from the deck wm*f?ra" in* from- I had the ashpit doors cloeed, and connection and furnace doors opened, and started to draw the Are, it took us a long time to do it, in consequence o< the Mat. wben we first went in commission on the 20th or 30th day of Maroh (I don't reoollect whieh), the.wyther was quite cold, and we got up steam on our port boiler to heat the wardroom and captain's cabin; we oon tin nod V?*? on that boiler for about a week; during thattlme the boiler leaked bsdlv, and we marked all the leaky ptecee with chalk; we then got up eteam on our starboard boiler; the following day we hlew off steam on the port boiler: Mr. Cahill sent me to the Morgan Iron Works to let them kaow the state the boiler wae In, re questing them to send a man over to repair It; they did not do ao for several days; we had l? P"'??,T. ?T? ob ibe work of repairing tbe boiler before the Morgan Iron Works men arrived, and had steam 00 second 1 tine we had then found out the leaks In the starboard and set them to work la canning that; our own I men bad repaired the port boiler as best they could: the men went to work on the starboard boiler and fo?nd the port boiler leaked still; they had cut two tubesi out and caulked 11 at every place he had marked; we then Started our donkey pump to put a water P1^"" <?' could get but tweoty pounds: do not know the reajwo j why; on the starboard boiler we got from torty *Q forty i five pounds preasure rrom the same pump: rwlwotMr. SSris'WSSS Tst.'ssn. from the verv first day; no one of the engineers had an opportunity to examine the boilers while tbey manufactures; this was the only trial trip the vessel had made , the hollers had previously been tried for ninety "'T^tb? Coroner?Mr Ceh.ll made ^efem?rWth,th, thanked God that he had two gauges on the boiler to a man tn the hospital not to me: think our surgeon told meabou titail ne w boilers leak, these leaked through the seams and about the rivets; I am the only surviving e0!o r'.ror-There is one cheek valve between each I boiler and tbe pump : It is impossible for the water | pane from one boiler to the other if the ,c"; [ there is a large steam stop valve on each ?lw. two i nines start out from the steam drum into a large pipe, I owing to the large size of the pU>o. Ithink the water I blew out of the starboard boiler with the | through the rent in the port boiler: the engine was running, and that would be the etlect l r-fn tI snre that there wus no water In the starboard hoilsr , wben 1 went down Into the engine room, but| waa not- 1 hare taken no water out since the explosv-n had orders not to touch anything or let any one e se touch anything; the water now remaining in the boiler would indicate the amount in at the time of the ex^ j plosion; we frequently pumped water up into th? gla?? gaugue at six o'clock st night, and in the morningall tad dtsanDeared without *ny Ire under; this occurred often from thai judge that the boiler leaked. some water would evaporate, but not eaough to dl*anpe*rentirely from the gaugue; the men having charge or these boilers at the time of the explosion were roher: 1 am sure- . riant. T. Scott FUlebrown sworn?Am a lieutenaxit commander in the navy, commanding the steam gunboat Chenango; took commend 14th November, IMS. she was then m the handa of the contractors in New York, ordered to aea a week previous to the day of sailing, started oa Friday last, the 16th last.; left ??eNavy Tard for Sandy Hook between two and three o'clock, f<w the nornose of towing and accompanying the Onondaga on the blockade the aocldent happened a llUletfter fwir o'clock, between Forte Hamilton and Infayette: I bed inet stepped on deck from the engine room at the time of the explosion; that wee the second time I had been in the engine room since leaving the yard; Mr. OaWII, chief engineer, wee in charge: spoke to him while down tt>ere; i aakftd him bow (bo engine wac running: bo wpuw ija] II til working beautlfulfr, thai bo wii perfectly w lthherperfOTTiiuice; diVnot noti^el n diottor or the atMm cause the last tisael waa down; the first tune i noticed, when below Governor's Island, a preesnre of ntt pounds of eteem by the gauges. n.k.a<. Te the Jury?I had perfect confidence In Mr. Oabils ahllltlee aaaaengmeer. Judging frem hie reputation yd general attention to hto dety. My Impreooloa a that there la ao Mama to be attached to the engineer* for the exvloeton; have no rsassn to think eo. T? the Coroner?When 1 left Mr, CaMU hewaaat tte bottom of the ladder aad I wae at the top , when the ex ulielsti took alaoe, mT Cahill waa about fifteen feet dls* tent rrom the aTler end of the|boi!er, at the time I Mt Mr cabin I remarked to htm that I*wo?ld note the Urns to no bow long it weald take to reach the hnojr. To a Joror-I did not seethe boiler tee ted, wag at the boiler works a khort two after the ntoetT/^* trial, and naked only geaeral queetions a* to bow It wee ^To'lSe Coroner?1 had left Mr. Cahill saly aboat ten teconda befbre the exploelon, the tide was "gainst ae and we were running et tie rate of about eight knota. Tee Jaror?Tbiak with a fall pressure oi Aeem cn the veeeel would ma twelve, thlrteea or fonrtesn miles an boar: Mr. OahlU said the boilers ooald earry fw fbrty to tarty-five poaade: I asked him if we bad a goad draft, he Mid behadTend that there wn no ne^ty^?-the blowers; the Honrera had not 'base need. I boilers spoken of disparagingly: I wae la command of the s teem or Aneooetie, ro which the eaglaeere aad e*bere called the engine a coflhepot and the boiler a teapot. In oeneeqnonce of their alwaye breaklag: have keajd no wmi say anything in disparagement of the boilers of the ^To'theCorooer?Mr. Cahill spoke to me about the tubes, and of the neweelty of teklng them out, never expreeeea I ?ibomee*F^Breotmaa sworn?Am a patient now In the I Naval Hospital, acted aa nurse, that la. rendered I aaalstance I cookl when the men came In, about aight o'clock on Friday night; had oonversatlon with WMliani M Weir, a seamM. one at those scalded aad since de^J; asced him If he thought anythiag the matter with the boilers, and ha rsld, "I think so; they were tinkering them from the time they were put in until they got the '^HennrK. Donovan ?wora-Am the apothecary la the Naval Hospital, had a tew words' conversation with Mr. Vnrrsy, one of the second aeeletant sagtaeers; naked Mm ahout what time it occurred, andhe eeld about four o'clock; ssrtd eometblng#boat belng uneaay. menttoa the boiler; my Impression la that be ??^ded,? the hotter, although I am not certain whether he alluded to It or to hie own condition. . ... Ibia ooocluded the evidenoe for the day, and the in veetlgatlon wea adjourned until thla afternoon at three o'clock. ?enteace of a iwiadjw la Boston, April Ifl.-lBt** la the Superior Court ?? aentenoed to two years' held lahoria theWaterryoo Tbeoanewail ha nmmehsrsd sa '7^, SMMa eecuftsd a htgh aoetal and kastaese peei .end tar itlhettun*"' vww weetehv. 1 - ^pmn-AirrraOM auabt/1' Male Baaki, Union Trait Company and Ware Jmhw FrujcftU ia Uic Amiably. Patcag? ef the New Fork Coorf Ho dm, CretenWater, Albaay Bridge ?o4 Passenger aid Baggage Bills* The Court House Bill Signed by the Governor, The Metropolitan Police 8alary Bill Or dered to a Third Reading in the Senate, with the Sunday Li quor Law as a&ider. The Battery Extension and Man hattan Square, kii| as. Auupv, April 10, 18?4. rns mw tork sonooia Mr. Benedict'a bill relative to the schools in tbe city of New Tork was this morning referred to the Committee en Oftiee, with power to report complete. It la understood that It #111 be amended and modified by the committee. THC STATS BANCS. The Judiciary Committee reported complete the bill over which there was so maoh excitement yesterday, authorising the banks and banking associations to organ ise under the United States Banking lair. Tbe bill was ordered to a third reading. PKOPLS'S OAS OOKPANY. The Committee on Cities reported the bill for the relief ef tbe People's Gssligbt Company in Now York city. This was also ordered to a third reading. Tbe blU to incorporate the vmoa tbvst oompast of New York wss read the third time ami passed io the ' Assembly this morning. It had previously passed tbe Senate. An effort wae made to reoonsider the vote by which It was passed; but the attempt foiled. PASSBNGBR3 AND BAGGAGB. A measure has been before tbe Legislature for several years past incorporating a company for the transportation of passengers and baggage to and from railroad depots and steamboat landtnge. It has always been defeated In tbe Assembly heretofore; but this year It has met with a little better luck. It came up for a third reading in tbe Assembly tbis morning, and passed. Tbe Senate bill to amend the charter of tbe Hudson and Harlem River Canals, and authorizing the company to out a canal from the Harlem river to tbe East'river, also passed the House, also tbe bill to facilitate tbe acquisition of lands for the extension of tbe Croton water works and for building reservoirs in the city or New York, and to authorize tbe Mayor, Aldermen and Com mooalty or tbe aald city to borrow two hundred thousand dollars ror that purpose. Tbia ia the bill to pro vide for supplying Croton water to tbe citizens on the upper end or Manhattan Island. It lias already passed tbe Senate. Tbe two for eg log bills, and the bill to improve the upp*r part of Seventh avenue, were measures of Mr. Ingrabam, representative of tbe Twelfth ward in New York, on the floor of tbe House. All these met with considerable oppoaittoa in tbe Assembly; bat they have been carried through, and Mr. Ingrabam deserves a great deel of oredlt for bringing them to so successful a cou oluslon. mw TORX OOCRT BOOS*. The Souate bill increasing the stoi It for the completion or tbe Vow York Court House was also pawed by the Assembly to day. There w quite a prejudice in the Assembly againtt all warehouse companies Id New York, and a disposition to koock thorn whenever they make their appearance. Two bills or this kind were killed in the Assembly on tbe third read ing?one to amend the charter or the United State# Warehouse Company, the other tbe New York Warehouse and Security Company, both of which have beretoiore passed tbe Senate. There is an apparent ri valry between the twu bouses, and tb? debate to-day showed a disposition to slaughter the Senate bills relative to corporations on the part or some of tbe members of the Assembly, ALSANY nunflL Tbe bill authorizing tbe change at tbe location of tbe bridge built acroes tbe Hud** river at Albany waa read tbe third time and passu.. m Km Assembly, without auy amendments since it carre from tbe Senate. It has now gone to tbe Governor, and only awaits bis signature to become a taw. Tbe contrast for this brides baa oeen let, and men bave been at work getting out tbe stone ail winter. It Is understood that It is con templated to put on a force sufficient to complete it this summer. til siDm. A large amount of bualnen waa transacted this morning by the Senate. Tbey made one of tbe longeat journals of tbe sessloo. Some or it was of generslitn nortance, but a great deal of it of no moment whatever. IOLICS S ALA R Y The Committee on Cities reported complete the bill In* creasing tb? salary of tbe Metropolitan police, and other flrlSo amending tbe faw. Whep the bill came into the Se nate a motion was made, and an amendment proposed, prohibiting tbe sale of liquor on Sunday and requiring tbe Superintendent of Police to carry out the provision or tbe amendment. It was, after a sbort contest, inserted, and in that shape the bill was ordered to a third reading. Tbe amendment is virtually tbe Sunday Liquor law ibat passed tbe Senate several weeks ago, only more stringent m its features KtrtSTKWfTH WARD XARKXT The report of the committer against t'i? Assembly bill for the construction or a market m tbe Kightcentb ward .>( New York was disagreed to this morning, and the bill referred to the Committee of the Whole. KLfj Passat* IN ths hkxatb. Tbe largest number of bills were read the third time In the Senate this morning tbat have been any one (lay during this session. But tew or them are or any public 'mporiaore. Among tbe numiior or any note were tbe bills relative to tbe deposit of securities by life insurance companies with the Superintended or tbe Insurance De partment, reducing and consolidating tbe aeverai acta relative to tbe district oosrtn In the city of New York into one act. and tbe bill to prevent THK nt'ROA(S?DI? IN THS HARBOR OP NSW TOR It and to provide for the completion of the extso*ion of tbe Battery. It requires tbe Common Council to (om;lsts tbe unOnished work or extending the Battery within twelve months alter the passage or tins act, snd in case of their failure to do se tbe Board of ConnalsBioners of Pilots shall have power to remove so much of the said work and material tbersoo ss may, in their judgment, be necessary to pre vent encroachments on ths barber of New York er aa ob struction of the navigation. MANHATTAN StKTASS. Ths bill annex isg ths property known ss Mas bat - tan square to ths Central Put psssed the Senate tht< morning arter a oontest over motions to resommit sad amend, which were all vntso down. Tbe American Literary Kusd Association bill, the bill i relative to serving legal notion* on express comrmnies, sad theOanai Repair Contract bill, also passed, with nu msrens others, of mors or Ism Importance mi una nn.i. K was sirected that tbe Militia bdl would be read ths third tune ui Um Assembly this morning: but for some ressen it wss net reached. ran city jun coo ntt tax uvm lbs Committee sa Cltie* or tbe Assembly reported both ths New York city and county tax levies this evening, and they ware mads the special order for to morrow, at twelve o'clock. Ifcey have added to setae of ths items sinoe last nigbt, and tassrted a clause giving the members of tbe Comsson Council a salary sf twelve hundred dol lars. Tbsrs m. bowsvsr. a reduction of nearly four hun dred thousand from ths Comptrollers estimate. An arneodmenfwus slso Inserted providing a transfer from one appropriation to another % an as*oal tax ntt.. The Wale Tax bill cases up ss a special arter this evsn log in tbe AssemWf, and waa ordered is a third readme. Another section was ndded to ths bill, providing for an additional one mill and three fourths conditional span ths passage of the bill in Oengremror a direct United States lax This ?m make the Sute tax, including tbat levied for the United fttatea, seven and one fourth mills. In my estimate m to day's Rsuui 1 omitted tbe sshool ux from the otats tax of last ysnr. Tbe Tax bill, as it peesed the I?|islature ef IBM, snlied for s lax of five mills snd sto*?o sixtssaths. The Comptroller, however, only levied tvs mills m bis Instructions to tbe Beerde of Supervisors in <ictober last. If. fben. tbe amount added to the bill tonight for n United states tax be taken worn tbe am uut, the actual sute Ux, ss author, ized by law, in lea than last year, wuh en the cry ef mormons taxation the ectnal expenditures of the State g -vernment, including State bounty snd other extrm, ?re really lem than tbe tax antbomned in IMS by over five eighths of n million. rim ?sw roni coon* noes* sill stumm sv tax oovmwos. The Governor signed the bill this evening authorising the issue of S490,(Wnddltloanlstortf for the Mew York Court Bouse. sotntnns votinu sill. It Is now thought by tbnee in a poaitlon to know that tbe Governor *111 not veto tbe Mdier* Voting Mil: but it le thought that ha Win ask for s correction in the bill in refersare to ths oath at the polls that the eoidler whoje vote la ??jred la a rssldsst and slector in tbe dis trict. It new <oty reuuiiss that It shall be proven snder uetb Ibat he in a resident. ma otr tax coamaunxitn. Tax Co tnmi?* loner Alien wnn examined before tbe Ifeoate (ommu ee on the ftx and A?*e*ement btH this evening. Nothing new or any Importance trsnspired. Tbe bill will probably be reported to-morrow. Court Caltadai-Tlila D?r. SrmnM l-Oyer and Tre miner. Part l-Noa iitn, lias, tloi, im, tm. IM| sn. imj, 1241. i2os( iwi tail. <$ tm.imm, IMS, ISM, ll.KI.12M. Part S_*'f ?0. sir It?; w, sw, iiii, iis#, Ms, tut, ims, leiu. u>oi, isi* ?/?>, im.m, mi. mi, ??. ' ? SorsSioa Const-Taut Than?Part 1?Nos. HW.Mf, sr mT- ** Tf-rr?r?pi ./ ' X >tll T?r?. runt on tlkahub* qbuunim -teoitin i Trauif, April 10.?I'urtta 1100, mile kMb, l?*tl tbroo Ml ive, IB hWIM Jno I?ve(( enter1*! b g. Stone* ill Jackson 1 J. n. Martin ?uUir? i3 br. g Frsuk Ji lt. Pfirer entered br. at. Otsalle ills Turner entered hi-, g. OtMral Graul du J. g. Nodtne entered g.g. Pleasure Hoy dr H. WMd entered b. g. Gapt lle?baui ill H. Woodruff entered b. g Hhlp Tiiaber df U. I. Jooti? entered br. m. Tbe Tbomas Mars dr Time. U 89 (tail* a large crowd u?Mbl?l M the Ka*bioa 'Mm yeaterday afturuoon to wUoeee lb* trot, uuie luuths of tho aniuber seeiniog willing lo but their botljai loiiar that General Oraat would Wia tbe race Hosau^alne want UMf cf bta suocess that before the horses came >u I be traok three to one were oflered oo him against iba field. .la one of Ike unlimited pool* sold General Grant brought $18, while tba second choice. .stonewall Jarkson, brought Ova dollars, and frank and Colette only ana dol lar each After soma scoring, wherolu the fsrortte abowed more inclination to pace thaa to trot, the betting changed until it becume uearly level with General Grant against the Held. This wuj carrent (letting when th? word wu given. A good even start was had by stone wall Jackson, Frank and Cosette, General Grant being about tbree icngtQa ta the rear, bis driver nodding bix bead for the word, soeraiug migrant to get off aa soon a* poaaible. stonowull soon drew away from the oilier*, and went to the quarter pole thirty yards ahead of Kruil; wbo was second, in (ortjr seconds. Cosette wu lapixwl oo Frank'a wbeel. General Grant batr a doisoti lotn;tli* behind, and oa a vary Blew paolag gait. At the half utile pole--time 1 'JO?Stonnwall was nearly a hundred yards in front of the mare and trrank, who were clone (?gather, and baring a vary pretty race betwmm them sol vea. General Grant waa one hundred yards behind the Interesting couple last named, still pauiug, bis driver being unable to bring a trot out uf hiui. Stouuw.itl Jack son, putting on the steam, kept the gap o|xtu betwnuu himself and bta tollowors until Ue reached tbe score, thus > distancing tue field. The Hag fell almoat in tbe face of Frank, as he waa within a few feet or being inside Cosetto was two or three leuglbs behind bim, while Gen. I Grunt waa not more than half way up the homestretch. 1 The backers or Graut were surprised, the takers of the odds delighted, and everybody satialled with tbe Brat day's a|)ort oo the Fasbion Oourse. This aftcrnoou a matflb for $1,000, mile baata, ia har ness, will be trotted over the above course. A Irot fur a purse, wilb six aotriea, will ooiae off over (he Union course tbie afternoon. New* from Saw Fraaelaee. Sam rsmrnni), April 18,1844. Arrived, steamship Orizaba, Farnaworth, from I'aoama. Also arrived, steamer Panama, .lohnaoo, from Victoria, with $134,000 io treasure. Ham Fsswofsoo, April 10,lIKM Arrived steamer American from l'anama. Tbe feature or ibe market la tnoreased disposition M sell goods through auctioo houses Importers are doing a limited busltirioa for tbe season. Crashed sugar, 10c. Lard advanced, and partly io demand at tow pricos. Butter lower aud little oUered. Tbe Gould quartz mill at Virginia CUy was burned oa the 16th. toss $40,000. The Im Augelos Star of (he 16th contains encouraging accounts from tbe Colorado River mines. The river waa rialng slowly. Two new steamers, designed for the river, bad arrived at tbe mouth or the Colorado from San Francisco. Hereon a I Intelligence. Among the passengers of (he Asia is Charles F. Loosey, (he Austrian Consul General at this port, wbo sailed for Europe some four months ago. Vienna and Trieste pa pers speak very highly of the exertions of Mr. Ixxisey to advance tbe commercial relations of Austria with this country, and it appears that ae his succeeded in Craning a oompany to facilitate tbe business transaction be tween tbe two countries. His proiiosal of a line of steamers from Trieste to New York has loucd much fa vor in government circles, and is likely to meet with early suc.o?i. HAILS FOB EUROPE. mporltat H?wi fro* th? Ml?l??lppl Oiptnre of Fort Pillow hjr ilw Rebels? The IfawB from m? t/aloa Ar mf?Olnn?r to the Meiteaa Mtalater la New Tork-Th? UUK ?*wi froaa Me*t ro, St. DomUfo, Ate. The mail itMiwhip I'triit, ('eptala Loll, will loafs this port to (lay Urr Liverpool. Tb# mailt for Kurope will clou# In this city at half-pact eleven o'clock this morning. The Nsw Yokk Hnut o?Edition for Kurope?will be ready at haB past ten o'clock this morning, and will give an account of the Attack on and Capture of Tort l'lllow by the Rebate, and of the Atrocities perpetrated by then on the Negro t*ol<lier* cai*ur?d there. The late?t News of the Movement* and Operations of the Uowc Army The lataat News from the Rebel State*, Lata and important News from Mexir-o, Cuba, St. Domingo, Ac.: A full account of the grand Banquet given by prominent Citizens of New York to the Metloan Minister, M. 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IA??A;>rll 1#. 1861. 27. 45. 31, 32, 72. 4s. 25. 17, 24, 2*. 4. 41, 5* France. Bills At Co?Managers. Libr ast Bxraa 11?April 19. ML 51 67. 3S?. 3<>. trt. 70. !?, 73. 13, 75. 31, 7S. Clam B-tpnl 19. IMC (6, 72. 45. 34. 75, 6, 44. 42. li. 27. 38, 33, 25. Lottery Tickets Caehed. JOSEPH BATES. Broker. II Will ?tr?et( room No. 1, Prises Cashed In All Lffal I^otterlea.? Information given or aem. _ _ _ J K CLAYTON A CO., 10 Wall street. It. T. Prise* Cashed la All LegalltWI fcotte rietand information girea. OALLAOHEB A BEBJAMIB. Brufcsre. *0 Cheatnat eweet, Philadelphia. Jsposlea. Ccrtala Bat Harmless. Hair Bsatoratlve of the Se.-iete, HyglesMue of Bsw York, Sob and $1 per oetll*. Depot Hi tTnauihera street. Bold by al I druggtete. Address to Smohera.?Poliah A> Boa, Meershaum manufacturers. SST Broome ttrtet. near the Bowery, eell geodeat waoleeaie and retail ripeeent la ordtr. r6ps?rtd, boil#d and mouut td All Y* who MaOer Headache, Tooth. arha, neeralgla aad eaiarrb knew J? that WOLCOrrShi etaat Pain Anaitiilater etwedltr eeo i*ruiaoeatlr entree ywi. Moid everywhere A Beaatlfal Complealoa?Lalrd'a Bloom of Youth eurpseeee sverythlag for beautifying the complexion and shta. 4d3 Broadway, aad druggteta everywhere. A Bad Breath.?How ttaajr levers It l.. ?,-.,Md h"T aanr Meeds ferever parted To effect uae the BAI'M OP A TBOCBANU BLOWEBS I.?2m?"ftcesigh t aad aoretag. 11 s ao beautiBea the ZmplKFtheB rente. For ..a bv all drugget. Aa Eltltal aad Cheap Art tela. Health? Bcate?*' ?"uechee. Thestr-e. Ac , oenetaatly oa band, aad orders filled at the very ehorteet noiloe^at ^ A Perfect Hair Dye-Blller's. OBly M cents osr hot. Try It. Sold by all druggnte Det>e'. as Dey etreet. ____________ Brill taat aad Powarfal Day aadlflO* IVmble P?reneetl?e for the rtrtd. aea aai kmtiM'S use-oompaet. ponahie and *TtesoMs' Optietan M?H Broadway, tin ier Latarg* Hauea. Ckt'ITl?ta t'pticiao. ??* Hroadway, oppoette S-n.1 areat BatehelorT Hatr Dye?The Best la tho SeSoated Beap. at Me new 4ejpe^4V Broadway. cartes de Vlslta-hj^r |1. Artlstle Po wereanted |41 i- ... Haaloas, lawarted (falls, Kn'. Hair Dr.. ^7!^ nVl.* snd Wis hepot, wbolessle aad id?il-?e ? ASer Heaaa tie dye applied by eatifrt aruae. Cedar Camphor tor Dtfeadlag Clathea i 111 ruahs.'i ?weev (<jng rtM?Tltr MM ( ?? >?#* f. J' *".? I' Uolo ? .* than tie Ci>u4i>m B'mrtwa w&^iSlI IfLa?,n o"w v "k " rt W li .iee?le MttHiU tu Ha??a. \ I * 0> p.i?Viii't'nr** i llTk I';".J2T r?-? C MiuSu'our UiikrutH, ImpttlrrU Hlglil, NOIKKrf IN THR HEM). CATA lll< 11 A I. At PMHTONH Id tUR THROAT. CHROMIC "OATARICH CATAttrtlt OK TUB TYMPANIC MU 1?H4 MUM Hit A NK OI<41 R|;T?(MN4 OP fllK hUKTAUtli AN TUBH CUBED ( KOSS EVP. HTHAlGfTTKNBD 18 OKR MIN'ITE An I etary dineaart of tlw Eye an<l Bar requiring <u?M Im'dical aurgirjtl Mil UU-ndd U> liv i)r VON fll.iBM Bl'Hil >l hi* ouDMiltlat rxm* dlt> KmUnrty TwdltH atieet Or. Iffaruball'a Catarrh Hnaff la Ita commended by tuany of the lieat pliyal<i?iia, uJ k<im( wii'i great ?u? >-?m *ii,l urn ?iaction every where H.>i 1 kf tm druggttfa U. Bmnuui'i *'Vir<*??r?r," tot All H^wln'j Machini-a ?The R<|PMfKIC A MIC KM; AN rerar*lei to It *1 the Pair. h*v? tl m r?*?li? * uarftil and novel matrW mailt It giltdea the . I.kit Ha* I! " tr Prim $1 40 with *L rachoaa Pur uIh at tbf Pair In the Sfwln^ MtflliirM Rna| and at the Inventors headquarters Wll.lj'Dt | QIBM Hewing M-icblue oilioo. SIM Broeilwav. New York l?r. Kxynoliiina ??Ileal* ih? llck"o> Cooper luatitute. room 24. Cema tail *?ie H?urn<?> and lll?ra?ra ot Che Br?, D?> tari h ot the 11 ?*?*.! and Thr iat, ami all other alfeeuena spaa> taming to lite sight tu 1 !??;*> tug, r". .- re the naual att?nuaa a>i prompt relief from Or. imdwkll. iVultat. An M (J I mi (in p'soe, Ktghth street Hour* from 9 t? 4 Dr. Itanter'a Omen Is n? Mo. 3 DIvlciM Blreet, N.-w York oltv lift ha* no other o(11<-e Pit it Intel If4 Klffht roini?* and a nrivate entrance Ha cure* chroaM eruption* and aiioU on the akin. ulcer* or all kind* CM moat poiaonou* rnp n1t? or the blood, ilatnla all dm-aass pertaining to the uriutrv organa. rlmumatlam. An. Work a* Httmau Frailty. Nervoua Debility, Parly IndiwrMttna Consultation gratia Houra la. (ram BAM until 9 o' ilo?a P U fQlllpdc Rrwlnf niarltlnca. They a<a tb? beat 8" tbwm la?ror# iiurfh.talng OFPIOB 6X7 BROAOWiV. V f Oil flxtam. Tba larcrai aaaortiaent of CHANOML.IBIM. BRAOKBTH. *a. la tba cltf am oflTnri-<l at OLD PBICB3. OLD PBIOM All) arprythlof la the line of PBBNCH CHINA DIN N BR MKTS. TRA SRTS. TOIUIT SB Ml RICH COT TABI.R Ot. tss. CUTLERY and sIl.VKR PLATBO WkWm. Tlio p'irchaalaa p iWio are lnrlt?4 to ?yaannne W J r. oailbt * no., <QI Brua lwa#. 0? Nanndcri' Metal He Tablet BaM Strop.?The oldest and moat approrad atroo now la aga having Item Mfore the pub'lo for tfre laat forty yeara WW aala. wUai^aaleauJ ratatl. at the aubanrlliera', J A 8. HAUN0BR8. Mo. 7 Aator HanflS I. 1 Oaarand'a Poadre Habtlln Oproot* Hate from low rnmheada or any part af tba b?ty Warranto* * tils a?w ilepot. Broadway. Orartr A Baker'* lllghMt PrtmltMl Blaatlc Stltcb Sawing Machine*. 40.1 Broadway, New Taatk Hafl'a Hiawatha Half Realorattre, HOYT'B HIAWATHA HAfR RESTOR \TfTB, HOYT'B HIAWATHA HAIR BK.iTllBATt VB. HOYT'R HIAWATHA HAIR RPSTORATfTK. HOYT'K HIAWATHA HAIR RRSToK ATI VR, THB KTANDARH I'RKPARATIO* kor THR HAl TIIK STANDARD I'RKPARATION POR THK HAl THB STANDARD PREPARATION TOR THR HAl THE STANDARD PRI' PA RATION PO? THE Hi IS WARRANTRD TO RK8TORB 18 W A ItU ANTED TO RBSTORK 18 WARRANtED TO RB8TORE 18 WARRANTED TO RBHTOBE PADED A BID ORAY IlAllt AND WHI8RRRB PADBD AMD ORAY HAIR AND WHIH4TKRB TADED AND 0Pit ilAJR AND WHIMKRB PADBD AND ORXt nitH AN? WmISKBBB TO TIIKIH ORIGINAL COLOR TO Til PI R ORIGINAL COLOR TO THBIR ORIGINAL COLOR T?i tHeir VR1UINAL COLOR It ilv.? no: alaim to make hair roina In whara It baa Ml fallen out (noltiini; will do that, whatnrer rniy be adrartlaaa to t lip contrary > hut it will arre*t it* fall log nut. make haav balr *?ft and *ilky: vlconae It and the aralu of all laiaurtUai and humors, aud RNTI RP.LY CI/MB IIRADaOHH NbSI YOUJNK3S, AND HAD BPPK0T8 OP PBH Tfoos u^k or preparation# oontainin?i situ PHI'R. SUGAR OP I.PAD. *? It requtrea no fiapta waaliliiif an't hour* fori'< ai>i>llft*tion. nor will ltrr?K*i ?null, hut la aa ea*ily aonllml ami wiiia'l rrmn the akin aa r~ hair'Irnaalug I'. rx'irM ibinaiuiat ahadlngof on* I with anotli -r wlncli Kiy.-a a life appearance luateadof dull iintfoim '>iaok of dye*, no tha? the moat crt??al ob oaunot d"teet v.a uv A CHALLENOB TO TEST A CHALLENGE TO TKRT. A OHALLRNGB TO TP.HT We ware a?ara '.hat many iireparatlnaa Tor the hair i In the mark't all adverMsad to <1o nea.'lT the aaion thla and thai the nuhllelwonlil be unable to^iidite from the ad1 li*?ni*ni* alone which were gnmtme. We there fore pnbltaB' a<l the following challcni:' to teat wbtnh Iria been iiobllshaA many weeka in the Harail tnd thrnaghout the country, aaa NEVKB BRKN ACCEPTED. I?et nnw we t known cftirea*. dialniereatel and off aa. Ijiiea'inuad tnieif itv. appoint one to tbe liniprletor or aada preparation or reatoratlve to raatoia tlia hair to It* nahV Each prop leter to uae hi* own prnparatloa and tbe peraaS notbiiiKelaa 1urliii{ the trial A certurate Of tlia roault ta be wiiteW publlabad. at tba eiprasa of thatmauaoeaaful so* petltor* It arlit he [Miroeired from the foregoing that wa realty have a marlforioua arttcir. or thai It i* to* qraataet bui% bog of the ana W>- aripiv It at our ruoiua. and anr paraOB ean tlioie be mN' e.1 whiah of the two It ta Wit eaa brln|*| the ORIWIK ?l. . Olor in eight apu l'-atiori at tbe vary taoS IIOYT'S MINVHIIA'lA HAIR GLOa*. 8un?r|nr to any liairdreaaing in lha markat, lltlYT H KMPRRIAL COl.ORING CKRAM. An Invaluable Ireaalug for whnk?r*. Changes llgbt aaA b>-a'ilil-il 'trowu oi u acjt Sold everyabart IOSBPH HoYTA CO. N > M Unlver*(U 36. oornar Eighth ?#. * Hernia or Rnpldr* Cured kjr Dr, MAHSli H R?dl<-?l Onr? Trtina. Thl* Truaa ku reoelrad the Appro ai or 'lie niont eminent snrgeana of tbl* oonnay ?IJ|| of Europe, H In simple ano ?*> y tdjMatad inil " prc*?iin nan lie graduated br the i?t"'nl It will mi the mo?t runpllcwed can" of ruplgra without inoouvea: t<> th-w??rer w? 'ivf t'to en hand Marak'a ?M imi Support**. rf?'k. E'?"tlf H'o^klnste Knee Cape Sb< Brace*. Hu?|i?o?jr? Han t age*. *r MARHil KROTHKRS coiner "f Broadway and Ann ?ludar Uaru'im a Hi? ia Open foia T J^_? r J( ?___ - . ^ Mill's II?Ir lift, 50c., Black or Brow^ natu-al, raiiahla Depot I Bn Ur U. So' 1 by all dnggtala Hill, Inimitable Hair Caller,-Hiyrlad neai, iuU iId, tMoul* I la the 'je*l manner only I II i' ?M# ?treat Shav tij li> linpeitanl In SoldleM Dltrhar(?d fna wonI|<1*?Tlie $IIM hooot* |? now nafd Apply witb A)t> -b?Ooniin' i aatioiM >? mail promptly ktiaw*re4 aaA Wank* tea: ROMP.* HROWN A CO . Bo. t P?ric ui?w Jrtten, .173 Broadway.?Ladla* mm4 CtiUdrau * Bnli. Slipper*. Bow* It JRrKKR.'i ST1 B< Ml war R??Ml Style* UfRtlemen'i Clolhlaf.* Walking Coat* fr iai fit to $Xl luring QrerwaU froia Iti to ?l?. CLa RIR lit Wtitlaa alraal Piuteetlon Iron Barglan. The ROTART bOCK for baaka. aara* and hall tea dwelling*, aUordt perfect aecurlly again* San and hair tbierea valrrtinr a BtmjM. Patentee* aod Sale Ranafaotnreta ft and W RTalkor ?uee; third door eaat of Broadway. Prof. Ala*. C. Bairn Tilrupharaaaai Hi- tt<mi?d Compo.m l for praaarring, reatorln^ aad I lying the n*ir eradioatmg aourf and dandruff, Breri hahlne** and d' ay kRtr*. caring dieeaea* of tbe akla | and tauaclee ? inch u ult rkeaoi. pimple* okliblalna. AaA rbap*. r bourn alia* i??linp. aore throat. Aa. gtnag ka Maol relief in aaaet of outa. bruieaa. apralna. euro*. aa>4a tr Pnoa tt neat* Sold 'it ail Jruggtaa tbroaRbw* ?M world. Triifipa1 aaaa IT* Peart arm R X. of Braaty.Whlla Virgin Wa? of Antilie* hoautisa*. whMeoa. and pcaoi rree Um aaflM mhi. iitaKitiii it vift fair, louoate. wnooth aad Waaavaraafl It aarea nhapi?*d band* aod Ilia rataaeea pinaMB *e It B coiu.??? I i>i pure whit ? wu, heive lia et inordinary oaaBk Ilea for prt-xervtog and beautifying ihe akla danitfMl?W| only '?? HURT I 0<) . IS So ah davanth airaat. fMIHd p'lia. aol'l at 71* Br >ad ?af, and all dii ?array at a Olaaca. tua . whoui riR(.o or thr rASffromi aEKTLRMBira MISBRS 'Zwr> rHfLORRITM HAIR In onlor to 'lo tbl? jon are invited u> flat tbe aaMNa oiHia. DM BROAMTAR ?m larfHd Mil mail complate r etwked Ml aore la tad United ittatea. f ir the ronoert waam ba baa lakrodwaaa 'ipwaHa of ORR dORDRRIi aew attlea It la (>..ui?g faa Into the Winpleat form to a?f thai in hia twent* rear*' oaaa rieorw ?a a flatter He haa ant nuiv o?*ar alfared b?l had uavar aran e> ?*i-na.>'e ? rarlet/ or hat rAsnioRs, roR au. aors aa hla atora now sootaiaa It would aeem aa K TASTR ARO RRROT onuld arareelf a'i|K?*?i an addiuo^i to tfea ohNdrea'a aaR nuaaaa deportment. and II I* twtiared thai no mother oaa fall M a'l'irp ii>? r.'ilMren aatMaetorllr lr.HB no ?*?t and A reraifled an aatar'ment In the tepar'ment of (??tlan?aa'd Oreo* aad ?aain^? Ha i tbaro ?r? near TWRNtf riVB RRW STYLKR, ^ *" "" Mi Rc^aw Tbe Nolhar Caa Italy Vpaa BBra. Wlaa toa'a Soothing Srnp to fi?a real aad RaRlii la bar It lot onlr renrea t*e <*ild froai pal a. b>>4 rag ilataa tW aiomaab aad hnwei*. nurea wind aalle. aoMeai Ute gvaaa. ra d'K^aa laBanuntllon. and wRi aarry Ua lofaat aaflttf (km# lb* orltloal period of laetklag. Vm BtaHy'a Llqald Blaaklagr, Ik* la the w irKI Mid by dll Wlaa, Toap??a, Hair Dya. Hair Dytlai aad MtMt'k r-eam, lor beautlfylaa Iba lair. U V I BATOHRI.OR A. tn land airaat Wktilrr 4k Wllana'a Hlfkral PraaiHMI Um Sft.-u Sewing Maahinea, Mi Rr*ad?ray WaichM jaa' Jewelry or AU. mwc'RllTtOHi r#c aale kg oaomti a aU4?, M Oaa kakt# C-'aaaimm, laaak II Ran ata*

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