Newspaper of The New York Herald, January 31, 1867, Page 3

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated January 31, 1867 Page 3
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WASHINGTON The Gold Bill Killed in the Seaite. Betate ii the Brow w the Diplomatic Ap peipiiUiH Bill. THE LEGATION AT ROME ABOLISHED. HE TA&IFF BILL H TIE 8EIATE. rnpeid iuul lupeetiie if Mi? Afeirs. h fte. Am. . ? WiBHHWTp-1, Ju. 30, 180.. tii* ?*?!? mu. TH s?uto num Committee have it last disposed of ik? Gold bill by making aa adreree report thereon. Ttoyeeem ta favar Um praaaat policy of the Secretary of Iho Treasury, and they will not recommend any login lotion which baa reference to tk? galea of gold or to con ?motion erexpaaffon. They appear to desire bo chaage la tbe existing laws on theas aubjects. The growing conviction appears to bo that thorn will ho no perfected legislation on the subject this session. Tfcs Tariff Bill. la the Senate Messrs. Wilson sad Sumner again advo cated the reduction of tbe duty on coal; but their eflbrts were not successful The illiberal course of Now Eng land la seeking to deny protection to all other intorasu axeept her own, while she Is grasping at all modes of protection for them, In creating no small degree of feel ing akin to disgust In the minds of members from other States. The Diplomatic Appropriation Bill la the Uaaoe. The House having resolved Itself into committee of the whole on the Diplomatic Appropriation bill, the mo tion of Mr. Williams to strike out the appropriation for tbe United States legation at Rome was again consid ered, when, after a sharp debate between Messrs. Ste vens, Schenck, Morrill and Williams la favor or, and Meters. > ink, Chandler and Banks against the motion, it was adopted. This debate proved that there wae aa III concealed hostility to tbe Roman Catholic Church per vading the minds of the majority of the House. Proposed Inspection of Indian Affaire. Mr. Windom, of Minnesota, from the Committee on Indian Affairs, to-day reported back the blU to provide a board of inspectors for the Bureau of Indian Affairs, and warmly pressed its passsge upon the House. The Mil provides for the appointment of a board of tbree commissioner*, with sufficient authority to make the closest scrutiny into all matters connected with the Bureau?one a civilian to be appointed by the President, cae aa officer of high rank, to bo detailed by the Secre tory of War, and the third to be selected by the Coufer cnces of the different religious persuasions of tbe coaatry. Mr. Windom said that in 1855 a commission was appointed to investigate tbe Indian troubles, and In doing sa had travelled over tbe whole Indian country, Bad heard the complaints of the chiefs and all others that Stalt aggrieved, and sought for the beet wsy to prevent the voearrencc of the evils, and the Commission recom ?nondsd a measure of this kind. The Board would make aa tnapeottsa tour among the Indiana onoe a year and Ingulre lato sad correct all evlla He did not approve ?r the amendment to turn the Bureau over to the War Department, and stated thai the committees of both houses, with ono exception, were la favor of adopting this bill. Ha thought tbe preaent ay stem wss a very feed one, but the difficulty wss to gut thoroughly honest cad able ma to carry it out. The mm who had been affiected were not all the boat men for the duty. They felt II lacuna bent upon themselves to make money out ef their positions, and ho thought that as but one of the proposed inspectors would bo a politician, while tbe ethers wo aid bo se lee led by I ho churches and the War Department, and would therefore be above suspicion of ursscg, there was every reason to believe that the Indian affairs woo Id to carefully and properly attended to aud the Iadmaa have no cause to complain of neglect or bad Meatmen!. BafoseiBttoh fn dicpogod of tli# morning Th* Fwrt FkU K.mmrmy Shuwra. The Commissioner af Indian Aflters is engaged ia the IffolMMat of a oomwiMiou, to bo composed of throe eminent oMiaoaa and two military nffieora of prominonro, to go to Fort Phil Kearny with tbo view of a full and complete Investigation Into all tho (beta and circnm' ?an sen ooaaoctod with tbo rooont massacre at that yoat, aa wall ao to take Into consideration the disturbed condition of Indian affairs ia that locality, and stop, If' |wftla, tbo throat*nod war throughout tbo Indian The Howard-Motley Correspondence, Scr. Mr. Bom nor, la tba donate to-day. Introduced a resolu tion cad lag on tbo Preeldeat to furnish tbo Senate with whatever Information bo may base in bin powenalon eencarmiag the writer of tbo letter t* Hr Seward making ohargso against Mr. Motley, oar Minister st Vienna . Mr. Sussoer stated that tbe .Secretary of Htate had re .' foirod to hm, ao chairmen of tbo Committee on Foreign Relatione. a letter cbacglng Mr. Motley with uttering dlaloyal sentimonie and (peaking disrwapectfully of tbe Fveeldent and Secretary of State. Be found that tse letter referred to wea written by s person so ohecure tbst Ma it|ldi it II aa equivalent to aa ananymons aommuai and throw ft tfite tbo tie. TbW loiter, said nr. i by tbe Sor rotary af Slate tba baaia of 'bta wnwpoadsnoa with Mr. Motley, sad bo indignantly denounced tbe policy which hoMa Mm reptoaeatetive* of our govern moat in foreign parte eeeoimieble for language said to have bona oasd av ante alleged to bare been coau httlil by tham ao the a?Uuo of tmkanwner iiraspna Mr. Cowai sad tho, Aneurtnn MMee. of tbo] In view of tbo ptonot of no Penney ivaaia deiegstion tbe conArmatten of tbo aomlaaltea of flonotor an Minister to A eat no and bio reported India no aeeept tbo predated appointment, It s gee orally believed that the 8won will refuse to confirm bis Tho CtrreeeT Qaoottoo. Tbo Banking, Carreory and Siahiag Fund btll^f.Mr. Mnndell to thought to be losing ground, tba, oppe HUea to K being new fhr greater than was anticipated. Tba bdl Making to tbo issue af $*0,000,000 antes bearing tntavem at three per cent, to take the plane of the oom peeads, will be Introduced ta the Reem, though the Ways and Means Committee probably will Call to agree ?pan Ik Letter ffewm Oneral Kteebede. The following iaaa extract af a hitter from fteaeral Msnbifit, dated Saltille, January ?, and received to-day by tba Mexican Minister:? 1 arrived in this dig yesterday with Ute Second division of tbe Northern army and a part of the trains of arms sad ammunition, which ao tana to the taterter of tba republic. My march bad been delayed somewhat, because I did aotJlke to go without Ute arms, ammoni turn and clothing necessary to raise aud organist) a.large " - trsl Mank army la Central Max too. [tinner of tbe District Itemed of Trade. Tba Int annual dinner of the Board of Trade or tbe District of Columbia waa tba oeoasioa of tba collection of She leading business men or tbe District end a large num ber of tbe members of tbe present ? degress at the -eotoe Bouse th e evening to discuss an elegant repeal and to psomote an acquaintance between the public men who are at present in tbo city and there who conduct the commercial utters af tba capital. The Beard of Trade has been organised but about a yew, and Is composed of the mast energetic and substantial of tba hu-ditea* men barn. 11m benefits thai always result Irum intelligent and harmonious action have he a already largely frit in the promotion of various enterprises that bare been fos tered and urged by Its weM directed effort*, rename at bneeamib Mont here af t'edrreM. A cancan af tba democratic member* of emigre** was held tfcw evening at tba rooms of the Judiciary (Mm ?otitee. Judge Nibhteh, of fadmwa, presided. A beta t tweaty-Avs members were yt serin. the discussion was fnw, but rather Informal, end reanltad in no definite action. The chief matter of interest was tbe propriety *i calling a national <-oaveattea. The caucus adjourned ?a meet next Monday night The 4)onrtrriwa*?rr'* Deport men t. H M i rpaaUnt that tbo War Papartmeat will issue so order la a day or two di^ctint that the chiefs af ditl st, >ds in the Quartermastev <. stir rat's Dayartmeat ebail take rank in the Department in o> nordaare with Ibeir fHaeai wok_r tbo grmv Mam if not all. ef these om ?/?. are sew breve. brigadier ^ ~loneU ifc Aas.rD-na- to Dmntotoa. ?f til* Stohltaee Parte. vs. to-day sent ?o t*? s*OJl1* * communica tion uniting a eopy ?f th. rorrespondenc. relative to alleged no?i immigration of cittxen. of Uio V totod SUtos to tbs dominions of the Sublime Porto for it* par oaee of settling ??< acquiring landed property there, ^op^l* - oesemunicaUon ftom Mr. Beau bocbsr, Consul at Jerusalem, to Mr. Seward, advising him of the arrival at Jaffa, oa September *1, 1866, of a colony of Americans from Maine, whose debarkation took place without any Interference from the authorities of the lecal government on October 21 The Consul sends the names of one hundred and sixty Americans forming the colony, intending to make a permanent settlement. Mr Morris, American Minister at Constantinople, trans mils n note ef hm Royal Highness Alto Pacha relativa to tbs colony, and mentions an application of houator Morrill and Rot. Mr. Adams oa behalf of the colony for a grant of land for the use of the latter. A negative answer from the Minister of For sign Aflhira wis transmitted rrior to the de parture of the colony from the United States. The note of the Minister of Foreign A Shirs notifies Mr. Morris that the imperial government cannot consent to the establishment of a colony in Palestine. December 2 Mr. Beanbocher writes that the families forming the colony are in n frightful state of misery, and that he was about to proceed upon an inquest at Jaffa Numer ous complaints have been made by the families against Mr. Adams, the promoter. On December t Mr. Adams sends to Mr. toward n petition presented to the Ameri can Consul at Jerusalem, prying tor the removal of Mr. Lowvnthal, Vice Consul at Jaffa, for reasons given in the puper presented, and the appointment of Mr. Mark Wentworth. On December 12 Mr. Morris encloses a statement of tbo condition of the colony, and stating that be had suggested the sals of their eflfocts to defray the expenses of the parties bpek to tho United states. On January 14 Mr. Seward writes to Mr. Morris that tbo condition of tho unhappy people is indeed pitiable, and demands our sympathy, but that there is no law au thorising the Consul at Jaffa to extend to them on behalf of the government of the United States the pecuniary relief for which they have applied to him. Expected Arrival ?' the Steamer riwalnra, with Siirmtt. Although no information in regard to the Swntara ha* been received by tbe Navy Department since her depar ture from r.inbon, on the 8th inst., it Is expected that she w ill arrive at Fortress Monroe to morrow or the next day at the latest. On her arrival she will communicate with the Department in regard to hsr next movements, and will probably bo ordered to proceed to Annapolis, where Surratt will be landed, and be brpught lo this city by railroad. On his arrival here he will be delivered into the custody of tbe Marshal of the District (ievrraer (issinlsgi, *f Ctolerade. Governor Caroming.-?, of Colorado, publishes n card to day in reply to the telegram of Mr. Charles, which ap peared in Monday's papers, and emphatically controveris the truth of tbe tatter's statement in relation to the ex clusion of negroes and mulattoes from the jury box in Colorado. Tbe Governor copies the law excluding negroes and molattoes trom the right to all as jurors, which he vetoed, and which was subsequently passed over tbe veto. In connection with this subject Gover nor I ummings adds the following, which was passed by the House of Represent stives of that Territory on the 11th instant:? Where,? the administration of Ms Eirallenry Cumming*. Governor of Colorado marked by an unprecedented prosperity In all department, of business, and our relation* wits the vanoui and niliae roua Indian tribes during hia Excellency'? superintendence thereof have been peaceable and highly a^ertory, ?d the Territory, by tbe ability and promptness of action in the administration of It, executive and Indian J>" come a desirable and aal'e residence foi the intelligent and MtororUlnsthonSndT of the older communities, opening up an unequalled held for the pi oil table ui vestment w eapi ^BeH^lv^^tto people of ColoradoTerntoiv. rbpre ?enteti la the Hou*e of Repre**,i?iativa? of tba riltn *64*1y2 of ita Legislature, That their thank* are duo *nd are hereby tenderedro hia Excellency Alexander Gudkmtogs. Governor and ex-oSicto Superinleudeut of Indian Affair* of Colorado T*i ritory, for the promptne**, ability aad Integrity of hi* *'Hesohredl'Thit the Spuker of the Hou*e be Instructed to nresantit copy of lhe*e resolution* to Id* Excellency Aleisnder tburiming,. Governor of Colorado Territory, and also forward a copy of the same to our delegate In the Con Pram of the U nivei State. J^^WtHOUD, Speaker of the House of Representative*. Governor Cnmmlngs is here, by reqneet of the Com missioner of Indian Affairs, to meet the Superintendent of Indisn Afisirs of New Mexico, with a view to furnish the Indian Bureau with such information as will ensble tbe Commissioner to lake efficient steps for the execu tion of the treaty with the Ute Indians, In order to pre serve pesos with that numerous aad warlike tribe. It is said that thus far Governor Camming* has bsaa emi nently successful in maintaining friendly relation* with the Indians within his own jurisdiction, scarcely a disturbance having occurred during hie satire administration. _ . The PsbH*' I.nude. Tbe Commissioner of the General Lend Office has *cnt out to the local land office at San Francisco, California, decisions In forty-two cases of the ex-Mleslon ol San Joes, under special act of Congress approved March 3, 1866. There are about two hundred df these cases which are in process ol adjudication. Tbs Commis sioner has also approved twenty-one additional entries of tows lots in the city of Psishuma, California, mads under the set of July 1, 1864, for the disposal of coal lands and town property in the public domain, and has directed patents to Issue to tbe claimants. The claims to nearly two hundred entries of lots In that city have heretofore been approved aad patented. United Mates Mnpreme Cesrt Mammary. No. MO?O'Neal, plaintiff in error, vs. Kilpetrick.? ( allforma land titles. Submitted. No. 129?De Repentigay etsL. pat)tlenere ssd "PPff lants, vs. Called States?On argument. Will occupy Thnrwlay. The prise cases follow. ?Ml WASNIICTOI mmum?mw ? w ^v w^to^BnWwroto Th* ImpMrhatal u< lh? Plipll. Vmbmw, R C., torn. M, MR. A trip rrom Washington, bf pay of Pittsburg to Chicago; thence to gt Lentoead< to Indianapolis. thence threoghl a escond time to 81 Loots; IkaMt to CMn phis, and tbeace through LcaisvMe by way of tba Bait I mora ead Ohio Railroad back to Washington, is a ratbar eateaeive Journey. Frsoa ay investigation# oa each a trip I dew re tony a brief ward ae te the Hiui.o aad the question of Impeachment, both of which I beard freely diseased dating ay Oytog journey. It a curious to note bow, to a country tor net ae earn aad with xufh apparent dieeietty of interests, tba stand point froai wbtrb gnat political questions are viewed ?Mould bo a nearly the ana Thie it deubtlen la a greet measure owing to tbo ex tenet to ? irrnlatioa of the greet Vow York dally news papers and to their imaanoe Influence la directing aad ooo trolling public opinion. Tbeee pep are are received ead read everywhere la boteto aad bar rooms, aad on railroad trains and staaaihoals. You soo them everywhere?at leaet you see some of then; but the people evidently have their favorites. My own observations, made oa this trip through tbo West and Southwest, have onaotoeed toe that the Hanaui, of all the great dailies, exerts the strongest influence aad la most univernlly rend. The recent articles la Me Hnun on the question of impeachment are received everywhere as tba ex ponents of the opinions of tbo country generally upon this exciting sad moat interesting question What ever any have been the belief entertained hen ead there, or half doubting!/ expressed by individuals. If expressed at ell, the public have nearer fully recognised the fact until now tut to are to too midst of a great revolution. Wherever I bene been I have bean the articles of the Hinuu en Impeachment quoted ead dto cussed, vegy rarely with expressions of dimenl, and always with toe concession that Me greet oppertaallies entitle It to speak aetbeiatively. At Memphis I was thrown Into tbo oompaay of a gon tl' tnaa from Mississippi, who, originally opposed to seceeelon ead afierwanie refusing to "fosrtth bis Stale," maintained throughout the recent struggle e consistent and unfailing loyally. OarooaveamUon tsrned naturally upon the war aad its ceasoquencse; for tbroughest the South, an far as my experience goes, this is aad will probably for a kmg time continue to be the absorbing topic. The people oT too Month an like those who, living In the track of a tornado, cannot forget the de struction it bee ceased, bat toaddsr at lie after those who hero neither wttoa tattoo have eepsod to remember II !?-' pease of oar enarsnwiioa, which had usual directiea, my aero eeaualataaos i ?what da you think of too prohabi montf" lieaicuig rather to aooottaia hie optotoaa Uiaa tm own, I answered aomaweat evasrroiy, "I seeraety katwr my self. fto yoa think tt will bn oorrtod a? tor r* "Well, yea. I did not think so naai Ntoatly; bat my epaieie box changed. Through a mead la Waabinyten I ?<>t the idea the' Ihorofksaaee of Ahbtoy's reeoHiiTon to lbs Judiciary 'ustmlttee was lateadod in kill it, aad that no suivequent autioa of tba commltteo would bring it op again T am not sore, however, that Wasblngtoa Is Ike in n point (nam which to look at noilHm! questions Tbo very nearness of tbo range embarrasses tbo tpoetator. and bis vision is obscured liy the mnltipiicity of objseta In See the chief oo# clearly ihe looker-on should bo at *u- It a distance tbet minor ones oro obscured aad do not . ..triplicate the view." "Hut whet bsa changed year opinion 1" The recent arttetoato ike )?i? Venn Bnupa. I if gsrd the Hrraid as the mi real indicator Of lk? direct,on or public opinion m tots country. Nsver Imprectirahle by being too far in advance, it in never behind. 1 apt the opinion from Um HauALn thai the impeachment of President Johnson ia a foregone conclusion. " Curious by this time to ascertain what. Ml his opinion, would be the consequence* of carrying through soch a measure, 1 asked if any serious convulsion would be likely to attend or follow the impeachment. '?No; assuredly none in which the So life will partici pate. You can tell bettor than I what the democrat.. party in tba Nertb is likely to do If called upon to resist such a measure as the deposition of the President; bet the rtoiuh, aa a body, wants peace more (ban anything J else. And even wore it otherwise, they have no faith in thoee who falsified their promises of co testation and assistance made before the war. Besides the Sonth has n# strong l eel rag of personal attachment towards Presi deot Johnson, and n belief is steadily gaining strength that their condition and prospects hay# not been bans flted by hut coarse on the question of reconstruction." I bare given only so much of oar conversation as relates to impeachment, and bat a meagre sketch or thai but enough to show the position of my now fr"-~ I was intelligent and observant, and reflected th . I of the better claaaes of men In the Sonth generally. I The feeling throughout the Weet and Northwest is litSs I different, except in degree. Other convermitows with ? I other parties and in ether localities, nil convince m? I I that upoa the subject of impeachment the dsn*id has I gauged th* public pule* accurately and rsQeetr th* nub. | lie sentiment faithfully. THIBTY-raTH congress. Second Me salon. UDTATX. Wasbinoto*. Jan. 18d7. | cbkhtvat* or suction o? a hbxtor rnon aiaraha. The Carta laid before the 8eoate n aeraajb from Um I Governor of Alabama, transmitting the certificate off I election of John Anthony Winston, as Senator from Ala I bama. for six years from March 4, 1847. It was ordered | te lie upoa the table. The Chaib laid before the ."eoate the President's veto. I of the Nebraska bill, and Its reading was commenced 1 when Mr. Wads, (rep.) of Ohio, moved that it be printed an tl aid upon the table. Mr. Sunnsr. (rep.) of Mass., said?It has te he road I sometime or other, and we may as well listen to It now I as any other time. 1 Mr. Wads .-aid -If anybody want - to hear It read I | have no objecriona Mr. Buckalrw, idem.) of Pa, said?Let it be read. >"* ' hair said the reading of the mensage is naked for and it will be read. The message was then read, and on motion of Mr. Wadic was ordered to be printed and laid upon the table. PETITIONS, wra Petition* and remonstrances on the eubiecto of the tariff, currency, he., were presented and referred. CRttDMPTUte r>y UK NWiATUR JSIX7T FROM ORRDOV. Mr. Nr-huth, (dotn.) or Oregon, presented the creden tials of Henry W. Oorbett. .Senator elect from Oregon for six ream from March 4, 1807. Tiiey were ordered to be I filed. THK OOVKRVMK.XT ADVERTISING. It was ordered that the response of the Secretory of ihe Tressury to the resolution of inquiry as to the gov ernment advertising in the city papers of Washington be | printed. TBS oot.n bill. Mr. Mok. ?\, (rop.) of N. V., lp.m the finance Com mittee, reported the hill of Iho House known as the (fold bill, with a recommendation that it do not pass. I TRK BIIX TO KUNISH CERTAIN ( SINKS AliAiABT TRR CUR, SKKCT. On motion or Mr. Hkrdkicks, (dem.) of Ind., the Itenato I reconsidered the vote by which the bill to puutsh cer I tain crime* against the currency and securities of the I United States, which was passed* on Monday. Th# object I was to make certain amendments. The punlsh Iraent for forgery of got eminent notes and Isecuriiies was changed from fifteen to ten lyetra' imprisonment, and from $10,000 to $6,000 I tine; for publishing placards or other advertisements in I the similitude of bonds or notes of the government, the I fine was reduced from $1,000 to $100; for printing or I writing any advertisement upon a government nein or I bond, from $300 to $100. For unauthorized use e4 dies I or implements used in the manufacture of government I .securities, the punishment was reduoed from fifteen to I ten years' imprisonment, and for having such dim or I implements in possession, from fifteen years to ton I tears, and not exceeding $.%000 Una The Mil now gee* I back to the House for concurrence ip these w?ain|j|JE ran motley ooRBKeroMiMacx. , Mr. sumner offered a resolution that th* President be I requested to communicate to the Senate, if not in his I opinion Incompatible with the public interests, a copy of I lbs letter In which the Secretary of State founded hie recent inquiries addressed to Mr. Moilev, with regard to I his conversation and opinion, with the nam* of the | writer. Mr. Sumner rose, when Mr. Covxau, (real of CM., aid, ?Let H be adopted." * ' . ? Mr- Sumxer?So I say. I have th* honor to he a friend of Mr. Motley, and therefore 1 Introduced that resolution. I am also a Senator of the United States, and I deem it my duty to inquire on what authority the Secretary of Stat* addressed that letter to on* of our representatives abroad. 1 received a letter, identical " language, I suppose, with the one to which I tory refers. It was addressed to me from Chairman of tbs Committee of Foreign Relation* was from s person so entirely obscure that I res as nothing but anonymous, and 1 throw it into u<? l be Secretary of State has made it (be baatoof lnqu__ iddrsssst to Mr. Matter which I will not here chniwetre se. I wish to see the letter. Mr. Jonaso*, (dem.) of Md., I have no otueeMoa to th* resolution, but Here the morning hour expired, and tha Cium an aunounced that the regular order was before the Senate. Mr. Sumnrr asked that the resolution be passed. The Chair said It could only be considered by unani mous consent Mr. Cowkcss?Then I shall object, because without making any t*pe?cb the resolution might have pasted. Hy making s speech be ha* challenged replies from other Senators So the reeolution goes over until to | morrow. OEPARTNRRT or EDUCATION. , Mr. Tsmrsnj, (rop) of III., from the Committee en Ihe Judiciary, reported, without amendment, the bill to establish a Department of Education at the city of Washington, lor the purpose of collecting such statistics as shall show the condition and proeress of education ta the several States and Territories, and of diffusing such information respecting the organization and manage ment of schools and school systems as shall aid the people of the United States in the establishment and maintenance of officiant school cysteine, and otherwise promote the canse of education throughout the country. Provision is mods for Ihe appointment of a Commis sioner of Education, at a salary of $4,000; one chief clerk at $2,000, one clerk at $1,800, and one at $1,000. The Commissioner is to make an annual report to Con press, embodying the result of InvsMigatlous, labors, ho. thb sals or ansiTuous liquors. Mr. Trukrciu from the Committee on the Judiciary, asked to be discharged from th* further consideration of the remiutloa instructing said committee to inqaira Mo the expediency of no restraining by law the act of the Sfi of Mareb/lMfi, an that the same shall not ceolhr the right of removal from a court of any State aa in dictment for sole of spirituous I quota under the laws ef said States to the Supreme Court of lb# United States before trial of tba mum ia tba Stats eoorin Iho com mittee wan dteabargod from Us further oennlhsrntleii. tax o? tan umreo status MAnmtAL at cahtoh, cauu. i Mr. 8m*ml from Iho Committee on Feretga Reto tioaa, reported n bUl authorizing tha payment to Henry P. Btmchard for serriOm te Martha) at Canton, China, from February 22,18M to July 1, 1800. of $2,304 24. eoTaasnzNT Tzuoiurn bxtwjkn WASBiNriTo* and raw tor a. Mr. Bnows. (rep.) of Ma, introduced a Mil antherw ing th* conetruction of a government telegraph from Washington to New York city which provide* that the Postmaster General shall construct n telegraph line between the cities named, nod the said Una shall be a mall routs subject to all the existing laws ia relation to mall routes in the United States, eo far aa " same maybe applicable. That the Postmaster Gene ral shall establish offices far the use ef the line and procure agents and operators therefor. That all messages sent over the line shall be stumped with n three cent stomp, and there shall be a uniform rat* of charges for messages, without regard to dlstanoe, of one half cent per word, except for the address words, on which there shall be no Charge; but no message shall bo sent for less than ton cento. Provided, that the govern moat ahull be entitled to send and receive messages or re, sad have priority in sending; and $60,000 be appropri ated te carry the provisions of the bill into effect. Re ferred to the Committee on Post Offices sad Post Road* ran Tsatrr bill Tba Tariff Mil was then token up. The pending quea JJcu wan upon the amendment of Mr. 8umuer to reduce too tax on bit ml dour cool mined at any point thirty da C2 ? east of Washington fifty cents pre ton. , "****? U was disagreed to?yen* U, nays 26, as -Tcas-Mmta remendea. Foga, Poster, Harris, Morgan. ?JTrtlj. Poland. Bprmgue, Humner, Williams and Wll BnekMsw, Chandler. Oneness, Cowan. Cra "ooltttl*. Frelinghnraen, Henrterson. Hendrleks, Hows. Johnson. Klrkwood, KKSb, .Ne-mlth, 9X^BSSiSSPsa^ v,n w,nU*' do the tariff on coal stands at $1 M pre ton. Mr. Coram, moved to amend by Incroasing the duty irem 710 10 C#BU P*f Poond. It was adopted. 1 ?y**"". nw>P*d to amend by Increasing the duty ?P boswx, crude or Uaenl, from 3 to 6 cents pre pound, it im lined ta . . -mov*d 10 focranso the duty on borne te acid from a to 6 cento per pound. It wan agreed to moved to amend ly MMMf m and inserting as follows:-8triks out these paragraphs:?On paving stones, slate* " ~ I,?'wd^rd- ?? Nora Beiun oton*; oveT. ad JB ef I thirteen ?i ?-ii ? m* ? n?i of the above paras the doty eo front an i and all other stone 7in.?, , need for nsosnmeutal purpossn, shall bT$d V, 3 The S?1tvr ?? ?M NH, ? in the bill, to $4 par too for cast Iron and $8pnr ten for wtuught sere pa It was agreed to hy a vote oftt yeas to 16.nays, at follows:-? 1 ' ijarsas, N*rs?.Meeero- Pdmunds. Pe.sendeo. Harris, Klrkwood. MllWMti ' HWnwt riMtrnni, I Raoimv, HpriMiip SUMilMburf; Ht?w vt, hna?#r, Wmi?w?d Wflrni-4?. Mr. Rruran moved to amend hy putting all hoeks printed prior to Ii'40 on the free I lav It was disagreed to Mr. flireanAiv, (rep. I of Ohio, moved to amend the twenty-third tertian by inserting s clause that to nsere tola th* uadwralttri'dH therein nrovlded against, the Heaaetary of tbe Treasury may m0*r ?** experts eg he may dim advimbie. ftwiXi/ii HLnn, (rep.) of N T.. albwd an Maenrtiaaatto ^^?tTduty enoil brow ut bleached linens, ducka, ^?Fpoddinnrat odmiw, **, whf T*** 1_tblrt* per yard tour eenta per vol* and twenty-Qve per "?Tr^m aid *mVer thirty cents per yard Oi came per yard and tarty parOHM *1 valorem. ltwaa Mr. Wilut, (rap.) of W. Vs., moved to tetiaoaa the duly ea all artiqles af glow, eat, ingrained, pMated, colored, printed, auiaed, rtlvered or glided, not includ ing plala glass mWared or looking jmea pladae, from forty to fifty par oaat ad valorem. Batata dtapoMag of the above Mr. Wthey moved to amaad by adding spare graph at fonawi ?"On all lint glassware, plain and pre pared, aot eat ar printed, tarty par oaat ad valorem." It ma agreed to. A raooaa en than taken until seven o'clock. Bvantng saaaian. Thirteen Sautters vara praaent at seven o'clock, ana nar ton run. aaaairr. Mr. If aa If ana, (rap.) of Ma, offered a resolution, which waa adopted, call log upon the Secretaries of War and af the Iaterior to faralah to the Senate any papers or doeameata la their poaaaasinn which my tend ta explain the cause or origin af the fort Phil Kearny aanruocrrr wn not hawaiia* viands. Mr. Coanaaa offered n reaoluitan calling apoa the Secretary fif the Traaaory to knew If In his opinion It would advaaee American Interests to make a recipro city treaty with the Hawaiian Islands. Mr. Oman objected, and it waglgtd aver. gxamb or tuna or a tacbt. Mr. Subbhan called op a resolution, which waa passed, authorising the owner of the yacht Msjrlower to change bar name to the Sylvia. lkavu or Aaanaca or njutnoaux. omcsna Mr. Wawi netted up a Mil probibning Territorial officers from absenting themselves or receiving lawraa of ahaeaoa for more than thirty days at a time, Bead three liaea vn rATtmtAx. aoLDtsae' and BAO/ms' annum' honk. The House bill to amaad the aot entitled an aet to in

corporate the National Soldiers' audSaUors' Orphans' Home, waa called up by Mr. Woeov, (rap) of Haas., and I Draw or nm ruu ar the nocsa or nnpanaarTATirm. I Mr. Ta moron. called up the bill to regulate the duties I of the Clark of the House of Representatives in the or I fspisstlcn of the House. I Mr. Bcckalhw asked In what respect this bill differed I from the existing law an the subject. I Mr. Tkcxkull said it diflbred only In providing that in ?esse of the absence of the Clerk the duty of organising ? the House shall be performed by the Sergeant at Anna, land in case of his sbsenee by the Doorkeeper. I The hill was read three times, and than, on motion of ? Mr. Bocxalkw, was postponed until to-morrow. I ail TARIFF 111 | Mr. FamxxDxx, (rap) af Me., st half-post aavaa called KhMla Tariff bill The pending question was on Mr. ^??y'e amendment to increase the duty on all articles ?of glass cut, engraved, printed, colored, alatnad, silvered ?or gilded, not Including plate glass, silvered, or looking ?glass plates, from forty to fifty per cent ad valorem. ? Disagreed to. I Mr. Hows, (rep) of Wis., moved to amend the follow ling paragraph by adding, after the words "hollow ware," ?the words "and on all descrlptiona of wrought Iron ware, Ion glazed, ttnned or enamelled cast iron hollow war# four land a half cents per pound." The amendment waa ? agreed ta. ? Mr. Hows moved ta amend by increasing the duty on ? lead in pigs or bars from two and a half to three cants ?par pound. Disagreed to. I Mr. Howl moved to amend by increasing the duty on ?white lead or carbonate of lead from four to four and a ?half cants per pound. Disagreed ta. I Mr. Hows moved to amend by Inserting (the following I paragraph:?"On all n ruinate of soda X of a cent per Mr. Gums called upon Mr. Howe to tall the Senate what allumtnate of soda was. Mr. Howx said ha would tell If ha knew; but he did not know what it was. (Laughter.) Mr. Hows moved to amend by increasing the duty on wheat from 90 cents to 40 cents per bushel. Agreed to. Mr. Howu moved to amend by Increasing the duty on flour, meal, middlings, Ac., from 16 to 30 per cent ad valorem Agreed to. Mr. Wads moved to amend by increasing the duty on ^^Hailstones from 10 par oent ad valorem to $3 per ton of ^?oublc feet. Disagreed to. Mr. KDVPirne moved to amend by inserting a naragrsph patting a daty of 10 cents per bushel on oats. Agreed ta Mr. Ckahhub moved to amend by Increasing tbe daty en aeda ash from one hair to ons and a naif oaat per pound. DMagna* to. Mr. omnia moved to Inewaea (he duty op malt from thirty to tarty per cant ad vetorem. Agreed ta Ml. Snbbuaw moved to amend by adding a proviso to the paragraph In relation to railroads that the law ra qutrtag certain railroads to porohaaa bun exclusively of American manufacture M suspended tar two years. Blangraail to. * At a quarter to eleven o'clock Mr. Comma moved to agioum. Disagreed to. Other amendments ware offered, but none wen acted en. A call of the yens and nayu at ten minutes after ?lena P. M. abowing that there waa no quotum peasant, he Senate adjourned. XOVtt Of KXPBIUKTATrm. Wash? wo?, Jan. 30,1887. m innm mm anvica. Mr. Eliot, (rap.) of Mm., from toe Committee on Omm; reported ikUl to Is the compensation of o^eara of the rereane cutter oorvlcc. It wav read three Uhtasaajtjaamd. lha hffil Wnao ton pay f>ora tho let ytiieiiy, INT. aa follower?To captains en duty, $1, Mi per annua; to flat lieutenants and chief engin eer., $1,800; second Meotonaato and flat amietont engineers, $1,800. The pay on leave of absence or while waiting ordera, to oaptolna, $1,800; flrat lleotoaanta and chief engineers, $1,000; aeoond lieutenants and flat as sistant engmeera, $1,200; third lieutenants and aerend assistant engineers, $000. The second section allows sach oflosr of the avenue cutter eervlce, while on duty, one navy ration per day. The third section appropriate? $188,000 for tho expoo-ee of the avenue cutter service. THE lULTUfOnS AMD OHIO RAtLBOAD FXTBVSIO*. On motion or Mr. Koosr/, rnp.) of Pa., the Senate bill amendatory of the act of July 6, 1800, authorizing the extension, construction end use by the Baltimore and Ohio Railway of a railway between Knoxville and Mob oeacy Junction Into and within the District of Columbia, was taken from the Speaker's table end referred to the Committee for the District of Columbia. A motion to reconsider was entered. roamoK born cmxut* aid thus iiabojtt to hiutary sauries ? tokis MATivr status. On motion of Mr. Coon, (ap.) of lit., the Committee on Foreign Affaire, was instructed to Inquire Into the expe diency of an assertion by Congress of the principles that naturalisation by the united States of the native born subject of any other Stole exempts such naturalised citi zen from the performance of military service under any foreign government, so loog as be dees not voluntarily renounce the right of a citizen of tho United States, raaa enrootm ra rne narreicr or ooltobia. Mr. Hrevnaa, (rep.) ef Pa., on leave introduced a hill to aetablieh a system ef free seheels far lip District of Columbia. It was read twice and keforted to the eeleet committee on the subject aid ordered to be ? The preamble to the bill recites that the capital of a great nation, though a political necessity, is geuerally a aaetoiovil; that it la lacumhent upon the nation to learen a* far as prnettcoblc by Ito AH th* evil, which, Ihugh local in Ma afreet Soar at! aa. la aaMoaa) la its Meets aa wail as in its causae, end that the proper training of yooth la, next to Christianity, tho sure I remedy for ouch evlle, and the beet foendatloo tor virtue and a safeguard of republicanism. The Mil then goes on to provide far the establishment within one year of a sefficinnt number of common schools In the District of Columbia for tho edoeetioo of every child, without dis tinction of any kind, betveom the ages of six nod six teen yean, resident therein; that no father or guardian shall be permitted to vote at any eleouon for nay public officer la tho District who shall not have eaased ale child or ward, being of proper ago, to attend the common schools, or some other school, at Meet part of tho pre ceding yeor; end that one third the expense of the tye tem etiall bo paid by the United iltotoo, and two-thirds by tho DMrtct of Columbia, km esiiwi) states norm*. ? Mr. Wiuon, (rep ) of Iowa, an leara Introduced a bill to conform tho rules and practice and pleading* ef the United Stotoe to the laws of the respective mates. It ?Mr referred to tho Judiciary Committee, ? INDIA* AVfAIBh ? The House proceeded, as the regular bntlaem during ?a morning hour, to the consideration ef the Senate Ibid peaeed last session to provide for aa annual inspec tion of Indian affaire. The bill propones to establish Ave inspection districts of laden affaire and flva beards of inspection, each to ooneist of throe members, onafChlei Inspector, to bo appointed by the President, for four years; oa# aa officer of the regular army, to he annually detailed by the secretary of War, and one to bo appointed annually by tho Preotdeat from among ouch persons ae I may be recommended by tbe annual meeting* or con I ventlens of religious societies ef the United Blaise. I Cach oi tbe inspectors, with the exception ot tho mill I tary one, la to reoelve $1000 a yeor, in full for hie ear I vices, mileage and all other expenses, and tho military I Inspector Is to receive tbe same pay, mileage and allow. I anoee as when employed in the military service. These I boards of inspect ten are to visit all the Indian tribes I within their respective districts at least once in each ?tear, to examine into their condition, ha, with power ?o suspend, for cause, any officer or employ# of the In I 4tan Deportment, in their respective districts, subject to | the approval of the President. I The amendment offered yesterday as a substitute by I Mr. Brnenck proposes to give to the secretary of War I supervisor? end appellate powers, and tho jurisdiction I now exercised ami ptmtmtA by the Secretary of the I totenor ia relation tp all tbe acts of tho (ommlmtoner I ef Indian Affaire, and authorises the substitution |of I army officers for ctvtl superintendents and agents. I Mr. Win no*, (rep) of Minn., addressed the House In I support end explanation of tho Senate bill. ? Mr. ttwanca, (rep.) of Ohio, opposed tho "snots MU, I betting op to ridicule toe preposition to combine in each I hoard of inspection a politician, a priest and a warrior. | I Be supposed the duty of tbe politician would ha to wink lattbe corrupt contracts made with the Tadlane; of thq | nisei to prey for thorn, and of the warr'or to kill them H they ?"d no* behave tip?ffivee. (Laughter, > ?Mr. Rat*owU, (rep.) of K. T., asked Mr. Schench Whether the Military rwmmiuee bad received any "tm ? a?eatum on tho subject from tho lAoutoaaiit fl?eenl| I to the army. I ? *?*' ? replied that tho committee bad received I a onmmnaicatton In the shape of a report to Meoernl I Gffiaat from Colonel Parker, one ef hw stofT, and himself I a* Indian ebiof, covering tho whole matter. I 19r. Hast, (rep.) of K Y., a member of the Committee I oh fttdian A (lairs, spoke against tho 'ensts bill, which I ho retarded its miperOctsl la Mo ?baracter. and In favor I of If Bcbotii k's substitute, which he thought was the I boat remedy for the erll. Ha tmppoeed the five church I mon t?"ra to he put into tboaa hoards of meyction. he I cause tDo Ave politicians ware considered ae suhjec is of I general depravity. Bat ha had heard oi such a thing no a church Cburcb h member mealing. pj|MM kk belters that weald ha feund entirety ncrrupt Xrlbtin, (rap.) of Cel., favored tha Beaata bill; or we aot poeeed be wialmd lb aso tbe control of la 2L11 "IT uo* be wished lease lb? control of la | ?*? aftirs nasi iaio the ff? DeprtmH ? * *753 12L2J2tu?8ii0"?' M~-1 w_ coBipmm iu cvsssws lawk I?*)?' Okie, aw lease, Introduced a ry?jntlon asteadlM fes Uwae mouths from tha taw? **"'0lt<lh? Unie for codifying ?he ?we relsiisg to ouetoma, wMcb wee pm??L L ? . U* Vi|i? 'XBttmiCAIKMflL the Snuxsa praeented executive communications as on ClaTma wfamd to the Committee ob the St Clair , SHS"?'2= , The Sfbaub also laid before the Houm a communl-. tlon relative to the condition otaflhlra la which 1 was rofbmd to the Joint Committee on lUcrasuucUon Among the deoamsate was the following :_ Hsaduoaktkbs Qwiki iun or Texas, > _ . QAivastoN, Jul* 21,1W6 \ Brerel Ucnitaienl Coleaal Oaoaos htm, Assistant Adju Unl General Tltttaiy Divieioa af the Gulf, New Orleans ? Colovsl-1 send to-day an application from Mn. L. E Potto, of Part*, Lamar county, Texas, to the President, lor troops to be sent to that locality for the protection of the people, aad particularly of tha freedaaen. whom .he repre Mat* to be subject to atueMB treatment on the part oftClr former masters. This ypDosttau is referred from head | I,,, msaam si ? naWII IP ITIUIVU lOIUl OHM* quarters or the tnu of General Sheridan, through the?;om maader of the PrrSdmen'e Bureau, but it vm* inadvertently no doubt, teat to General Kiddoo, who refers U to General Sheridan through theee headquarters. I get frequent com plaints from the northeastern seottea af theJMataw regarding the condition of that pert of tha oouotry. -af tha barbarltta* practUeil towards refugaaa aad (roadmen; bat, owing to the want of force for the purpose, nothing could be done In the matter. The troops we here an already widely distributed, seas rally in one company poets, aad In soma instauees In detachments of four or nre men. with large command, at - " '??" *? " i held ready for any -*? United icresse commanding ...?.......... uc uisue n ii. iu. urn battalion or the Seventeenth infantry, which U at present s mere skele ton of three companies, is held at the point awaiting assign ment The second battalion, of two small companies, Is at San Antonio. Tho third, whleh Is fully organlssd, is dis tributed Id this saotiou of the Slato *t posts of one company, excepting at Galveston. whom there are two corn panic*. On the arrival of the remainder, now oa the way, the three bat talions will be filled to tbelr maximum nearly. I think thnt tha northeast and northern portion* of tho State should be garrisoned, but, as Infantry seem to b^cf comparatively little use for such service, I would suggest that on the arrival of tha remainder of tho second battalion at ban An tonio the Fourth cavalry, or, at any rate, eight companies of it, bo son tlnto tha service and be distributed In one company posts generally. This recommendation Is made, of cours#, oa the supposition that tha present policy of maintaining ftrrison* In the interior of the 8t*le is to be continued for some time to come, otherwise a very different disposition of troops should be nude by assigning them to the post* on the frontier with a view to tnetr protection from the Indian*. Very respectfully. your obedient servant, 11. G. WRIGHT, Major General Commanding. The above latter was forwarded to the headquarters of the army in Washington for its attention. TBS DIPTAJBATIC AND CONRCLAK AFPK0FR1ATI0N BILL. The Houm then went into Committee of the Whole on the state of the Union, Mr. Pomeroy In the chair, and resumed the consideration of the Consular and Diplomatic Appropriation bill. The question was on Mr. Williams' amendment, as amended on motion of Mr. Stevens, to strike out the word '"Rome ' from the list of places where miuistera resident are stationed, and to add the proviso that no money shall be paid for the support of the United States legation at Rome or for the future expenses of such legation. Mr. Donor, (rep.) of N. Y., supported the amendment, and sent to the < lark's desk and had read a letter from Home ffom Ret Dr. Pryme, dated January 4. 1807. es tablishing the tnct of the late suppression of Protestant worship at Rome, and declaring that Papal Roma was lew tolerant than Pagan Rome had bean. Mr. Basks, (rep < of Mass., Chairman of the Commit tee on Foreign Atwir* suggested that the statement* in the letter wad hn.i . rence to Knfllsh and uot to Ame rican matters. Tb* V friary of State had notified the house that na ottici - information had been received on the subject from to* American Minister at Rome. Mr. Stavhra remarked that the Roman government , had no representative here, and consequently the Amort can government should have no representative there. 1 Mr. Bancs explained that if Rome seat a minister hare ha wooM ha entitled to fwece$anm over the diplo matic corps, a thing ttawblch (be people would probably ?<1tr%L?BSON, (rep.) of Iowa,-remarked that thaV was tfmp^tmatMr of'etlquette, adepteToaly in Cetholh that wsh the rule wherever | 1 a representative, and re reoaoo why there was no Ro rtaotpoi Protestant ooontrtea. Mr. Kabsor hptotmol the remark that U was on th score of the supgomacyof the n?ur?!b. , Mr. PA-" mm mi to say that he would not object to omitting the appwridUon tor repmeDtation at Rome, but be would net b?*e the Ifcnse tahe that decisive ac | ttoa wttboat official'lefcnnathm to ham Rem Mr. ?r?mi called atteoiiea to the fact, that Rev. Dr.. Adams stated that aU Preshyteriaa worship bad been I prohibited within the walls of Heme. I Mr. Bank* explained that Mr, AfHBs laaguage was| ^Jrr^oaam, (rep) of Vt, remarked that this govern meat should not have bad a repgescotatlon in Rome for tho last ten years. It waa a useless etpendltare. | Mr. Pwck. (dem.) of Ohio, opposed the amendment, deprecating it as aa attack an the Papal government aad on the Roman Catholic people on this countr y. Mr. Bidwuu irep.) of CAL, also opposed it on the ground that sn embassy was required at Rome to look after the Interests of American travellers and residents there. Mr. Bank* called attention to the tact that the Roman government bad exhibited an entire willingness to sur render Burratt, one of the assassins of President Lin coln, without any condition whatever, while there was no extradition treaty between the two government*. Probably no other government would have don* so. The Italian government bad declared it would not surrender him except on condition that ho should not be subjected to capital punishment. Mr. Hill, (rap) of lad., oppoeed tha amendment on the ground that it did not appear that any peculiar indig nity eras o(tared by the Roman government to American citlsena; that they were treated as the subjects of other oouBlries. Mr. Cbanlkb regarded the whole movement at on* of a religious cbincttr, and bs therefore condemned It, while at tho name time be declared himself in favor of abollshlog almost all th* miss tons, and of establishing consulate* ta their stand. _ , Mr. MoaaiiL remarked that the Pope was the only foreign ruler who bad formally recognized the Confed eracy. Mr. Banks said that was a mistake. Mr. Btbvbns inquired what other sovereign had don* " Mr. Banks did not mean that any other had dona so, but thai th* Pope bad not dona ep Mr. Brvbns Inquired whether Mm Pope had not writ ten* the President af the confederacy. Mr. Banks explained that Jeffereon Davit bad writ tea to tho Pope Introducing tame parson, and that tha Bopo bad in reply adiheeeed Davie by the same Utle by which Davie had described himmlf. He thought there wee no act en raoerd showing that the Roman geenrnmewt bed recognized the Ceotadorato government in any ether Gammx, (rap.) ef Iowa, inquired whether the | Pope had act expressed sympathy with the rebel gevera ?Ur Banks believed net, but that the cerraepondeoce I would show that the Pope had expreeaed a desire for I ? in hast was modified an at to MrtRo not Rome, and to add a proviso that ao money appropriated should be paid for the support ef aa American legation at Room altar the etas* of tha present fiscal year. Tbe amendment was finally adopted by 81 ta M. Bubo* queotiv prevision woe nude for a consul at Roma. Mr. Cnanlsb moved to strike out tbe clause for salary ef th# interpreter at Jepas, oa tbe precedent Jam estab lished in regard to Rome. It was negatived. Mr. Bcwbnck moved aa amaodmsat requiring consuls to be satire ben citis*na, or aataraHsed eiUasne of the u&it#4 nuire Mr. Mats and, (rap) ?* tenn., moved ta strike out tbe cleave appropriating ISfi.OTO for expenses of eommtaejen to run aad mark the boundary Baa between tbe United State* end British possessions bounding on Washington Territory. It was negatived, bat en motion of Mr. Moa anx a proviso wis added that no further ei pandit are for that purpose should be authorised. Mr. wuxians, irap.) of Pa., moved a proviso for the abolishment of oommimtone at New Uraaoda, Bolivia, Ecuador, Yeaetoela, Paraguay aad tho Central Amort can rapnfe'^v, and tar the substitution thereof of oooau tarageactaa Mr. Ramon mad# tho point of order thai th* amend ment wan not in order, aa it proposed to change extaUng lawn , The < haibman sustained th* point of order, and the amendment waa not entertained. Tho bill waa laid aside to be reported to the House. The bill appropriates, among other ttoma, th* taMow lag:?For salaries of Ministers. $801,000; for miariee ef Becratariee of Legation at London and Pari*. $8,000; for Interpreters in China, Turkey and Japan, $10,608: con tlavent expenses for all the missions abroad, $60,000, contingent expenses for foreign intercourse, $46,000. for relief ef American seamen abroad, $804,fi0Q; raeeg nltlon services ef foreign shlpmaeters aad crewe. $10,000; statiODery, he., $M; office regit for conMtatae. $46,000; expenses for the eappramton of the AmqM itave trade, $17,000, expenses voder the act ta ???>* age immigration, $ab,000; expenses under the Neotrallty | set. $80^000; eipenme ef running boundary tin* of Washington Territory, $M,070: second Instalwenl of '?apitailioHon of Bebeldt dose, $66,684 Tho Committee of" the Whole then took up the bill making epptnprtoll*? for the support of the Military $480,000, oompnaing th* loilowiiw ?Pay of umetre, la strectafa, endnta and moetctans, $164,640; improvemont SjESSSSfSsH for chemical laboratory ,|fi?,000 fer a stable and forage hounn, $10,000. ^ On metten ef Mr. Moaaju. tbe letter it out of tbe bill. ' , Mr. cinvwra moved additional tactions to allow cadets I tbe rations now received by acting mtdabipaeea of thai Naval Academy, commencing with tbe data of the lew I authorising the same, aad allowing the aa*Utaat pro-1 feasor ef Spanish tbe seme pay aad emeiomewta ell?wod| to the other s**i?tant profeason. Tbe firat part af thef amendment gave rise to considerable opposition aad ?tw-| cession. Mr. Rica, (rap.) of Mase., rbelnuaa of theCowimltk on Naval Aftkir*. explained that there were no actle mtdshipmr-1 nt the Neva! Acadctuv. but simple ml< I ehiprove, end that they raeeived $500 ? rear, aad i Tb*y ware enly called act I of midshipmen when lk?7 ww? 0* actual >u service, and then they gw a rattan a* every other naval officer did. The amendment waa adapted by a rate af id la 44. Tha wa>liln then row aad raportsd la the Bu< th* Owaolar and Diplomatic Appropriation bill aad 1 Military Acad*my Appropriation Dili. The/ retna>a over tlU to-morrow for the aollofi of th* Hons*. irruuT to atvs an it run* a mmmom. Mr. MouMa, (rap.)*f Maw, tried to havo aa n.sleg "Hun for general Dnstneea, Dot th* House dccltae* ta agree to that ni tmvs*innwT anraaiwso. On mot loo of Mr. T'rao*, (rap.) of Mich., th* C**?*>" tae on Printing ww instructed to report by what au thority government advertisement* for proposals tar Eper are published ta the Waahiagtoa Aotiooat JUfmk at. ntTiTiora icidr larascaMRur. Mr. Rsraonn presented a memorial from Maama Mur phy, McCurdv k Warden. H. A. Swift A Co., K. ?. bib Die* k Co., Henry Clew k Co , aad ? large a no bar af other bualneas men in New Yora, remonstrating ngai?? movements In the impeachment of the President, aad urging lb* necessity or adopting awniw ta strength*# the public conddsnce, allay excitement, rcvlv* th* Im twwta of labor and capita!, and promota the peace aad prosperity of th* country. They deplore the fad that, although the war in ended, peace Is not restored wbila lb* public oouactle of th* nation am disturbed, laaisad of friendly discussion and action on gnat questions of national policy, acrlmonioui discussion prevails, aad oar mony seems to have fled from the CapltoL It waa re ferred la the Judiciary Committee, rnoTt.ciiav roa anaatcA* wool. Mr. Kbtcbsm, (rap.) of N. Y , presented a petition af A. B. Knapp aad uzty-thrae others, of Stanford, Dutches* county. New York, for in crews rt protection on American wool. font Philadelphia paper tKrlBnlsti to Mr. n'Netti the bill introduced to extend nefTragw la the District ed Columbia to women. That bill was introduced, net by Mr. O'Neill, but by Mr. Xoetl, of Missouri. The House, at a quarter-pant four o'clock, sdjeu CUBA. SKCIAL TELEGRAM TO TNI NERALO. France Campsilif far the Half Coast Trade - Arrival of the First Mteamer of the New Orleans and St. Nazaire Uar-Msvcassi. ml Halted Ntair* Hi earners at Havaaa?The Kntrepat A flair -British Brig Ashore French lialf Nquadren, Ac. New OauuBS, Jan. .10, 1M7. The French mail steamer Guequane, the tlivt of the line to run between St. Naxalre. France, aad New Orleans, In connection with the mail steamers from South and Central America, the Guiana* and the West India Islands, arrived here to-day. She made the u.p In Ave days from Havana Your Havana correspondent, under date of the 2?th, says:? The presence here of the I'rilteJ States steamships Wmooski and Florida?the latter from Port-au-Prince aad Marti on the 1Mb iustant?gives rise to much gossip in reli upa to the .Seward mission. A very important meeting of merchants was bald en Monday, the 121st Inst., for the purpose of attracting te Havana the warehousing and transit trad* la cotton, which had been abandoned in consequence of the royal order of 1847. It was resolved to memorialize tbn Queen In favor of the revocation of said order of the exemption from tonnage dues of all vessels loaded witb cotton, and of the abolition of the present dut. of oao and a quarter per cent levied on all bonded cdtton. Th* merchants ask the support of the mercantile frtun of Barcelona. Malaga aud other porta la Spain in favor of the measures proposed. The Winooski sailed on the 22d Inst Senor Don t.uis de Arroyo, on an Important and extra ordinary mission from Mexico to the Urn led states, has arrived in Havana The British brig Harriet, from New York to Trinidad de Cuba, got ashore on the roef* of Las Molar as 0* the I9th inst., but will likely be got off. The Diario says that Rear Admiral Baron Pidclot has been ordered to Vera Our with th* frigate Them it He is to take command of the French naval forccc ip the Gulf. THE FENIM TRIALS IN MMADA. SKCUl TELECU* TO T* HEULI. .I?k? DwnMtlr VMitf (ialhf uEI Hniaarcl <? Twa Waciw* Imprisonment? Deferred Men tracn PumkI Torn al Ike Priaaaan Nee. tMMi m be liaaiel w the Sth of Mwaht 4c.,dte. j rokORTP, Jan. 30, The court operad a: ten o'clock A. V., Judge Monies it presiding. John Donnelly, a boy Of about toarHOB jeers, wait placed in the dock and mkad leave to with oliaw bis former plea of not guilty to plead guilt*, l-ooaad for tbe defence atated that the prisoner was the only support of bis widowed mother. In coiUkleraUp* of I hie end the prifonor's extreme youth, he waa eee teacod to two weeks' imprisonment, tbe Brat three day* and tbe last three to be tn solitary confinement. The priaonam mnmMp tea ad guilty, wbaae f IMpa* were deferred, were then brought In. Patrick Norton waa the firm placed In the dock, and having informed the Court that he had nothing to say, Judge Morrison ote tenced him to be hanged on Tuesday, March A Thomas Maxwell, a citiaen of London, C. W., waa tbe seat, aad whoa aekad if be bad anything to my raftasod to answer, aad listened to the passing of the ten to ace as if it wan a matter of utter Indifference to htm. Patrick O Nell was ths next, and replied, when ached by the Judge If be had, anything to my, "I bare, my lord. I was tried in this court and found guilty of charge* of which I aiu as innocent as your lordship. It It tree, I stood sentry overPollivan." His lordship?I tbink the jury did tbeir duly ae legal citizens when they found yon guilty. Prisoner - My lord, I never made n statement to Metcaif Tbe oiher prisoners were foroed to make statements, and by so doing they convicted then, selves The prisoner was then sentenced to bo executed en tbe Btli or Msrcb. James Bprk and Daniel Qseen, havtna nothing to my, were sentenced to be executed on the same day. Peter Paul LedwKb, a very OM toan, was nest placed in tho dock. He antd, "My lord, my days in tM* .world are net many; yen arc at liberty to deprive me of a faw months more ot a life thai Is becoming a burden to as" He received tbe same sentence as tba others. John O'Connor, on being placed In tbe deck, nMi "I ew> quite Innocent of tbe charge. I never waa a Fenian or connected with them in any way. Tba chief witness against me never saw me before the Sd of June. I sop pooe the Canadians are clamoring for our Mood, mi or der to show to the world that they are not afralA" Judge Morrison?Tbo evidence against you was wary oaacluelve; my doty la a very paiofOI ewe. It la Che that I trust no Judge In this province will ever be called en to perform again. My feeling* worn enoentNElehle when I entered this eoOtt room and reroMad Mm tbe duty of sentencing ee many of my feUow-rjrmimes todg Dominions death; hot 1 tram the aetboritlee will ex teed to yeu all goor lives. Tbajpriooner waa than ssatmttd to bo eaoentod eo tho tlh or March Owen Kennedy, a hog ewsd ttflooo, was tho next plarsd la tba dock. Hon. K. MrKenst* mo rod that the sen tence of this prtaener be deferred hr tbe prsssnt He believed that the jury empaasllcd worn not choasa according to mntofia in thin ceea, aad ho ?HM to hero tho mntoni* poatpooed oatM they appealed to tbe Queen's Bench The crows eoonmi refused to allow the motion, aad staled that a met loo for now trial nnold be made as wall after tbe pomlng ef santeeot as before. Judge Morrieon mid any arrangoamat made wMh tba crown counsel would be satisfactory to him. Me eeold not postpone tbe sentence unlcm tbe crown were wiMag. t prisoner was sentenced to he needed on the aaaee Tbe i day ae the others. Barney Dunn, in reply to tbe mnal legal q? mid "Denis Sullivan, the hired w I tease for tbe. ia an ignorant, uneducated man, aad not fit to give set draco. No clttzan of Fort Brio saw mo there only him. Ho is an unqualified man to giro evidence, and en such a man's word I am now to bo sentenced to be bowsed. lie is an ignorant man, aad does net know whether Bed Almighty amde klm or a blacksmith. That's alt . . Judge?I think tbe erideuoe was very mroag agmnot J OIL Prtaener-Or course you do; I dead. Judge?I cannot me what other verdict the jury nmttd bring in. Prisoner?If I could bave get wMaom I should laferm your Lordship, that Is If I wee to have JnoUeo, I bad not been ten misuies ia Canada when 1 wm arrested. I would sooner be In my present pmHUn than ia Built van's , . The same matrass waa paamd en Dnna mm tbe others Jobs Qellagher wm sentenced to ha hanged ee the itk March. There are throe Feaiena coa fined M the eM jail an tried; It is exported they will ha tried on Friday. Mr. McKenzle having informed Mi Lerdabtp that bm duty wm d lor barged, be thanked Mm awd tba laarnod couaeel for tba crow a for tho kind and courteous treat ment be bad raooived at their hands. He atoo tbaahed the local prem and the reporter ef the New Tone Hiatin, end remarked that ha trusted tba lalo yacht race woo it Mod the people of tbe Potted States and England in a firmer bond of friendship, aad prevent another Fraise invasion. Tba wltaemm for the American gevommmt la all tbe Fee Ian naam complain that tho jwvttm who summoned them to Toronto iwfna into. The witnesses came up, to be pak greater portion of them bed to pay I wags THE glTUCTf LHBUTWf. Mwrrwm Dwvta BleMed Caked Mates Maw. Fazjnrroer, Eg., Jw. 30. IBM. A raited States Senator has at Wwt bam elected. A letter from Mr. Powell wm reed te Jetot mmwh, ? which bo withdrew from the oeatmt fbr tmay petrtetio reason*. Mr. Harding'* nam* wm withdrew*. Henry, Her lea and Htm were nominated, aad the ballet stood a* follow*:?Darts, M; MeHsary, M; SHMow. W, Him. IB; Harlan, A Total, IDA MoHmry, Harlan end Him wmn then withdrawn. Another ballet meed ee fbilow*:?Darts, TH; Brietow, 41; muttering, A Ihtel m. Neormary le a choice, M. A Mil erderiag en ekstlea to be bold for Coogrrwwee oa the 4th dar of Mb* oeeeed the Senate thia morato*.