Newspaper of The New York Herald, February 28, 1867, Page 3

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated February 28, 1867 Page 3
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WASHINGTON The Miscellaneous Appropria tion Bill in the Senate. DeBiF.iciation of the Seerctiry of the Treasury by Seualon Sumner uod Chandler. Passage of the Naval Appropriation Bill in the House. Proposed Remonstrance Against the Es tablishment of the "King dom of Canada." Ao. Ac. Ac. Wa-mviiiox, Feb. 27, 1MT. Tkc HMaaairNrllM Sill-The IuiwUIbk Yetm S.Mthri'i Opinio* of ibc for rtmmnm bMt known to himself the President has postponed sending In the veto of the Military hill to-day. Common manor assigns this delay to the importunities of distinguished personages, tome vf whom nailed upon hliu thia forenoon and endeavored to perauade him to sign the bilL (>n the pert of bis m-et intimate friends, however, it Is alleged that he will certaiuw adhere to his veto, which was laid berore the Cabinet yeate*t?y. Perhaps nothing better could have been dev*^ to bring out popelar sentiment in the South than to ht?? had some prominent man of the record and sympathies ?f Senator Johnson pursue the course taken by him on the Reconstruction bill. It has afforded opportunities to the demagogues of the South to denounce him, which has been done without stint, and It lias been tbe occa sion of thanks and congratulations to him on tbe part of the solid yeomanry of that section. The iollowing is ?ely one of the thousands of similar letters from ?be South received by that Senator on the subject of his vole. It plainly shows the character and intelligence of Its author, and, it Is believed, represents the views of nearly all tbe Southern people who hare really any ma terial interests to be affected by federal legislation. The letter tr from Emory, Vs.. dated tbe 23d:? Permit a stranger, a citizen of tbe South, who watches tbouebttuliy and solicitously the course of public events, to express to you bis admiration and his thanks, pro found and earnest, lor the statesmanship, no less than the patriotism, which actuated your vote in tbe Senato >e tbe 20th on the Military Reconstruction bill. In public attain that which Is itself bad may he relatively pood, and 1 honor tbe wisdom ana courage that accept the beef practicable, though It may be far from best ptr m. Heme of the disabilities of tbe bill in question are needlessly harab and severe upon us of the .south; but what we'need most?whet we suffer terribly fo( tbe went of, in every nerve and fibre of the body political, social, Industrial and educational?is repose not political power. In this view you nobly chose to yield your personal convictions to tbe public exigency; and while you could not secure what sou esteemed fittest, worthiest, you accepted the beat yen could get In behalf or our stricken Southern coun try and of the whole land I thank you for it. Robert J. Walker also telegraphs Mr. Johnson from Xew York that "every hour adds to the popular cur. rest" In favor of his course. tUwoml INx't CMtaMilM. tMUe <wti Uu GmnJ Diz I ae MtnMar to Franco. (Hwitl Grant tu tm onmnn* materially U the rt ? Um Mpport of men M in the two Bou? of uaBiuMct of Urn riln?i>flf or aoanp?nd la conclusive of the fact that Dip re !? a aertooa disagreement hot we? ibeaa WbMe Ik* B?ala 'baa eelaoed a vary decided determination to reatet aay farther increase of legal Under notes, the Heoae baa been egually decided against farther con traction of currency and allowing interest on bank re smith The Indication* are la favor of a compromise in a conference committee, which shall retata the loan oartHVaalaa, with a prohibitory clause against farther osatract!? for tha praaant year. Thla was the shape of the bill ae arigtaally reported from the Committee of Ways and Hraai la tha Hoase. The Tariff Bill. Tha Tariff bill la tbought by ila Irianda to-day to he la ileal dangnr af Anal defeat. Tba Western members am ?eildly opposed to the bill ae It etaada, distingo whinr, as it does, la favor of the mannfacturer aa against pn> dwear af the raw malarial. Tha Issue betwoar lh? l*? Interests was made to-day very directly in ftnmlttee of the Whole, and tha feeling in debate a*?w??l ? deter, mined and sectional antagooiaat betw- the West and Keel Mr. Bcbeeck, of Ohio, moved *' ' "cratoa the us ? raw las from twenty twlare per ton, ae reported by the Ways and "trainee, to forty, ?ve per cent ad valorem, wMcb, es"?*i'ng the value of Has at two dollars and llity ?wnta W '<*. <? an increase of three hundred pertvat. and tb motion was defeated only by a majority of four. Th*"??ocrau of all aec Uoas of the ceentry ?? neerty'???lmous in their op. v itetormined la O" resistance of the op ponents of ^a hill that It ?as>dsy mado manifest that should it appear that they ditno* tan an actual ma jority they would resort te'hal species of tactics known aa flllbunoting to the bill. The division le as yet < so clow ih nelthm party is enaMeal ef a majority. Th*^pen<lm?nts to tne fteoale Mbotitnle of tha Fe.ise bid #de by tha Committee of Ways and If number twoenndred and wneoty-rour, af which after two days" dimes ion, only flftj^wo have bwa dtacaeeed and acta.! apo. Am emeudmeg which wee adepaad in onmnrtUra ahha Whole prepos^M tB. craaao ef Me ?ty ? raw Bs from >2* u> *40 ? uIQ. Under tha jwaoent law the fat} to 14* per toe. Mick TmrMTawd ?ma??llac. >mi??1? km kmm ratalvadSy the iVwratary of ^ Tuaaur/ from the aary bat autliwiiy ia Kogland tfct IX Ikahtgh grataotWa unff now jkudiag ia ConntMs >'(?ai law, meaaurca will bn itktiui that oonatry n amuggta aaarctiandiaa into tba Unite* state* through Um Canada lain. Tba information ia t> tba affect that Map* haaa bM taken toward* an <*g?UK?i?ou ior vu? ?iprMM purpoea. A Sbeffl'ia new up* par baa even ad Tlaad Kngliab merchant* to combine their capita] for the purpoaa ?T Introducing goad* contraband of dny. Tha Naval MrapriaUaa Bill. The eatlmataa ef the Nary Dapartraeat (or navy yarda mere redaaad in tba bill that paaaad tba Haiiav to-day fraai $7.Taa,000 to #700,000. It did not pa**, however mltboet a abarp ?klr?i?h. Oeaiaeiadea mttba Vrreiary mf ikr Trrarary la tba Nvaatr. me dtacaaBea to-night in the Senate relative to tha payment of awaanw and collactora la tha Southern futlee gave rlaa to a fierce pa**age at arm* between Hruinn flwoir, Chandler im irumn? w. aide, and leeorwdm, Ijii, Hhertnaa ud spangiie ?? the other. Mr. Hnmner'a attack on secretary Mccul loch waa OM of the mo?t violeut denunckationa arcr Ita tcnc?l to in tb< S?naM Chamber, and Mr. Keasenden'a neply to hta charge* waa, if poaalbla, mora blitar. All Um> apeakan ahowad their teeth In the moat uamiatak ?hie manner; but, though evidently excited, there waa lao breach of decern*. N<> aoa gave the lie or threw an, la Aparaiml bf lk? Prnldrnl. The Praaidant ba? approved tba resolution te fit* ?td and lacllttiea la ntir.rne of (be United Plate* enxd In the surrey of a rouia lor a fbip raeal n luthmuawf Danaa. It authortae* them to b? i by the Secretary of tUa Navy ae far a* ha mrwX to do an without prejudice to tha Daaal Morale* out addiUeaal expense la Iba government. ry Maaiaaaad Brfarr ihr IImm J or* ?Mil ire. 4Kl, Vit|uia, A ?ie>-patrb received hatw fro* Rnn?ioD f>-dav ?Lite* that a apartal tnemenpar treat nf tha "*te, a nerved ?|?oo J. 8. Calvert, Ilia Teenre Ui? JfUf.arr Wdtfxena to appear an ? wltaeaiaa of Itepeveela CrMnmitiaa of tlio Inlted Putsi Mr. CalvrrUa I. ft. tlvea. The vuhpeena If nihtteter Pome efltnBent td'alvwri only, and not a?b unexpected ptnixone, prevails in cooerqtienre / it with the all aiMwri'mx uw? pahlte mind eon* though Mr. t alert l? him Military Beronstructir subiact utmn whi? h? will ?wtr in igaaxanoe ae fliere ia little doubt boverar, ha required tar tav* with political aflira, but (a tbat it baa nn?<*l?* *pae.r raptured at the rlaaa of no'^ly in ragr tb* I'ntled Ptatafovafnairnt, the war, a^?* Blfltoponrf beak a Mr 'hlvyt, from hnt eW Traawwr ad. VifgiBki tar.gr nat ? tha ! P* Per . .. i. lMn full* informed upon thi? ciom of v'io *or, * nro"* 7 ...... au ?u. disputed question tha. aof P"?7 ?* ** " iheriPy. Hloi-kndo KOM* Benrl. t he 4nne tbe request of the Attorney the Secretary of War, at the roq Tbe ^ryo.-^- ^ ^ m-d# the General, has canoed a maren succeeded >o archive* of ^^^J^.^of tb. Ooding a -rn^r ofp.p.? ^ ? which, If Un.udjute. va tM ^ ^ ^ ^ admitted as evidence ?n mo y admitted MeT,u"~ u>e United State* Thi. 4"T Tlof. number In which Frax.er, C8I0 OH# . . atAam*r T h im k Ca are Interested, tbe steamer W """ ?? ? wM,t, running the blockade. She was CaP^n,.(1 M ? priM of war to a United State. Diatrict and Ae owner, have brought the erne into tbe Knnraine Court, and are endeavoring to obtain a reversal or the decision of the inferior court. The Attorney General will offer the additional evidence wbieh has been fonnd a. soon an the case can be reached, which will probably be ina few daya Expedition Acnlnet tbn IndUnn. A force is now organising at Fort Leavenworth for a campaign again* the Indiana The expedition will .tart from Leavenworth about the 19th of next month, and will he under the command of General W 8. Hancock. It is supposed that the held of operations will be Kansas ( and Nebraska, and that the campaign will continue until j the return of cold weather shall oblige |the army to take to winter quarters. The expedition is amply supplied with all that is necessary for rapid marching and severe . ?.rr.u. ' | The person who endeavored to obtain an intan lew with John H. Surratt yesterday proves to be really bis brother, who went to Texas some time in 1869. Falling in his attempt to see his unhappy relative, he has, it is reported, left the city. MnaeachnaeltaTlwliw". The Commission consisting of Judge Verplanck, o Buffalo, and Mr. Collier, of Philadelphia, have been in session in thin city since Thursday last upon ?dalms o Massachusetts for coast defence, the whole amount o which is abbut $250,000. Instructions to t'nsC.m House Tb? Commissioner of Internal Revenue has issued Inunction* prohibiting inspectors from making inspec Uons of tallied goods u|ion the request of the owners, and requiring -ollectors to assign special warehouses to certain inspector*, storekeepers are prohibited from allowing merchandi??40 be entered or withdrawn except upon the Inspection of ?*s particular inspector detailed for duty at each wsrebonse. A new assignment of In spectors is to be rnsde monthlv. The Cesst "sr Tbe annuel Coast Survey report. ?iw in the hands of tbe Senate Committee on Printing, will contain, emong other matters, a Coast Snrvey Manual, ex plaining the method! and prooew employed -o the surrey of the .oast, applicable to all loco surra,., intended to be accurate. Many of them method, have bees elaborated by experience in tbe field, sad will be very useful to civil engineers throughout the United States, satisfying frequent inquiries made at the toast Survey Office. Tbe report will contain about two kin dred and eighty printed pages and twenty-fonr Mtetetas. Protessor Peirce, of Cambridge University, bar It, been appointed Superintendent of tbe Coast Survey, wa sworn into office to-day. 1 The Public Lauds. The Commissioner of the General land Office has transmitted to Governor Fairchlld, of Wisconsin, certi fied eoplas of approved lists containing 31,400 seres oT lands enuring to said State under act of Oowress of Mart* 8.1803. granting lands to Michigan and Wisconsin to sld in the construction of a military wagon road, thirty -Ms. towing ben. enmplnto* taWiseowiu. The Commissioner has also received rets ran showing sa amhh disposal of *,2SS seras ef the. public lsmds Munnn me meuth sf January lent, at the fbllnwlhg tacsl 3^. ii Mil MtoMgna; Mens City, town; ?men In*. Mlusenets; Vs?MHns, Dakota Territory; bteiene* ran, * ? 9mm' * . _ . Mot, Wtonneto; Denver City, Getoradn Territory. A graetor ponton ef thslnsdnwns taken undertae ?duen * A ..A e.Isiw?*lM stead law tor actual settlement and rakivdha Kdnrntlnn ofrshe Freedmen. A circular Ins been tanned Arum the-Fmedesee'e Bs | rsau having is view the more eomplete ergnniention of schools for rsftgees and freedmen and the improvsment B knowledge 4 the adult fraedmes. ('?sflriuutten hy tbe Sraata. Tbe besaie it execatlve aessioa confirmed tbe appomt m?ni of Jam* W. Black to be Collector ef internal Revenue for tin Sixth district of Missouri. (Tnlmd Shun In pre use Csert. The Chief Jmtice aanennosd le the bar that the Court would art hew arg.in.enta In any cans afterJ?e. 1??, and tkMtt II woifd adjouni <m Thoraday, the Seth taai.. ?Dtit the firs. Monday Is April next. The lollowing rasas* ware hstorw the court to-day No 11?Original?The Commonwralth complainant, vs the State ef Want ,ut to dstrrm.no tb# Jurisdiction of the two Statesi n respo?'t to certain counties. The demcrrer to tbe bill set tor argument tbe first Monday is May sent. ? No. 164?City of Pbllsdelph'a, plaintiff In errer. vs. John H ftiehl.?Internal Revenue tax on gas consumed hv plaintiff in errer. Argument concluded. ' no. 161?Ewiog, plaintiff in error, vs. City or 8t lo"ta?Csuse argued on behalf of defendant in error and submitted on behalf of plaintiff In error. 4'onrt ol^UMlM. M?nl? vs. United state*.?Argument opened by Hr. Weed, Aerlatant Solicitor for tbe baited Sums. THIRTY-NINTH CONGRESS. Nvrosd m eatwn. SENATE. WA"nnHmiv Feb. si, 1M7 ?MM'nunmi or thk wn, Vr ?.bi)Ok called up ?b? tall to amend a certain act in relation to tbe nary, which was published in yesterday's report. It was passed, with an amendment reducing rtie number of cadets te be appointed at large at rraaa teres ly-flve te ten. e<n.n in mm mm e* m annrv norirrarsa. Vr. Armour, (rep.) of Rl., from, ?be Committee en Vrioting. reported a renoleUen te prist tea thouensd ooptss of the report of Jlnes W. Taylor ea the gold aad ailrer mtnea of tbe Rocky Mountains. RKMorsL or (own rwon stats to rem mnf otrm Mr. Barbm, (rep) ?f N. Y., called ep an ant te amend an net for tbe Temoenl of tbe causee in cer tain cases from lbs Rtai* courts It pioeldee that this act shall be amended da fellows ?That here a unit t? bow pendlna, or may hereafter brought ha Bay Stale court in which there ie a oontro * jr between a citizen of turh State and a ottiaeB of Mate, and the matter in dinput# exceed* the aum exclusive of ooaU. such citi zen of another State, ho be plaintiff or defendant. If he will make and ieh mate court an affidavit stating that he haa and doaa believa that Irotn prejudice or local he win not be able to obtain juetice In aoy Oleapetltion forarrmc >1 of the caae to L h *"?"<**? It al*o regoiate* the manner ''Ti?.^ tranaferaf the caaa to the foiled States '* *?! paa*"d. ~ '" **? ounrn m?r t*. hmhi; ?tamos. ti.ahn inn ^Ur WlMO!,< I1*?-1 ?c Ma?a., it waa ordered S7Jt"llW are. ee* Trom ave ant 11 hall-pnet Ilrni^e. *nd ""tithe earning Maaton crf*ltT "th'swrtderation of bill* from tu? Miliiary LAM* rn? iuilwoad rnr^n*\..,.tm? pnm (rw<.) of Mn h , f">ru tho , e, r?port?o . i,?| grmonng ? portion of the fn""*^ ir??i *n in K??l for miiroDd purp<?f cooniiVrnlon of thto mortntvr hour ?xpirou. m? rrmrwwo ? ? t*? mimrM 17*'- - vyxw mu Mr SHrwt^w, ,rep) of Ohio, m?*v ?? uk* op ,h# onpoocd Wttroet Ml bMI. *od It ** ? 'jip Th* lienor w?w on the SaMt* wnhotltllte CI 1.411 mm ?.IMkAtl liv iH#t H(111W loiborilfll th? !*??!*'w* .be Mil ?? p.i'wod bt Iho Houw* auiborlKw the ^eerotMj, >f tl.w Trrwnry to rwMwni romponnd intewiK^no'o^ I ? now ,.?o of Wnl toodorw. not to rgreed ?#0.000,W* For M.i* th" S- imto Plnenre < ommlttee propowee f mhwtitnto the hill mrweo b* the *??>?>? * month* ninr-e niuhorlxlng the redemption of maturing compound intrren* nolo* with certificate* of I nana at three per rent internn. Mr. SfttaaAV aaid the Route bill wn# In violation of ?te term* of the contract under wbloh the compound In Jr>m.n"1"1' were Iwued. and to past It wonld be nothing euelfV* * repudiation. There were no facta tojoatlfy coootrr'W1**' eepectnlly now when the credit of the where at ave!.*?"d that money oooW ha berrowed any agree that there aflMf. Re thought the Senate would tern ad. rhe gocevumebt an more legal tander aotea and on the atrengtb of tblft contracted not to do *o, money to carry on the war, mhiclfimit It had ral e?l raieed' tv it hoot It. f violate thta agreemenMt not have be an act or perfidy and had faith. -?onId Mr. Orwav, (rep.) of Pa., lotlowwd Mr. Sherman In ? speech upon the national banking ayatam, to which he raid It waa well known be bad alwar* been imposed. Mr. Jotreeo*. idem.) of Md., did net onppose the qoee Iioti before the Senate Involved the national hanking ?ly tem. It ?aa simply a question whether the country would complete what H had began, and how It wonld provide for the redemption of the maturing note*. H" favored the Senate proposition a? the host that could he adopted for the credit aad good faith of the govern meat The qiteetlnn beiar taken on agreeing to the Senate Mil, ae a anhetltuie for the Roitae hill, It war arreed to Mr. Wmwia ottered the following at aa additional anr tiont? That every natwaal bank a hall at aS lima* have on hand. In lawfal money ef the Called states, an Mkouot of ttf pata* ?? ?t;?oia?ienand liiidk,and it ebalhe enlawfJ for tt] HkllMikl tv.uk to p*y iDlrsMt <ut deposits nude ?aid bank by any other batik. Mr. Smhuun nai<) this proposed two distinct propo sition* The Committee of Finance had to-day agreed upon an amendment which be would otter in liau of Mr. wtlaon's. It wss as follows on as* portiou^o^iu " Jjft!* ter ?r reoeire interest natlonafhlu?^ na~** wkf?> deposited In <or other held or wmaiir A wuipouod interest uotea ?h?B not I* July "f tbetr reaerre alter the lat of Mr. Sherman's amendment was agreed to, and tba bill aa amended waa passed, in the following language ? *arnnj 1. That for the purpose of redeeming and retiring any comjr und ini-reat notes outstanding. the Secretary of tlia Treasury la hereby authorized and directed lo i.mia temporary loan certificates In the manner prescribed by ?nation 4 of the aet entitled "An act to autlmrtx* the iaatae ol I'nbrd Mates note*, and for the redemption or fnnd<ni( thereof, and for funding the floatlna debt of the United Ntitaa." approved February 88. 18*1. bearing interest at a rate ant exceeding iliree per oentuin per annum, principal and in leerat payable in lawrul money on demand: and said certlfl eates of temporary loan may constitute and be held by any rational bank holding or owning theaama aa apart of the re I for In Motion* 31 und Xi of tnr entitled provided .... ? ?-?- . . . . "An aet PI provide a national currency, secured by a pledge of United elates bond*, and to provide for tks circulation and redempt'nu thereof." approved June S. IMad; provided I hat not laea than two flftha of the entire reaerre of such bapk shall consist of lawful money of the I tiled State*; and provided, further, that the amount of such tampora-v ? ertiftcates at fnv I'ma pyiatandlng shall not exceed oue hundred millionl or dollars. Kvc. 2. That no national bank shall either pay er receive interest an any portion of Its re-erve when deposited in anv othei national hank, and tha compound Interest notes shall not be held or counted aa a pari of their reserve aftsr the 1st day of July next. uoaiizivo rkaTAin rmorutwariopn or ma rxtwroxy Mr. Tatnrapu, (rejx) of III., reported from tha Judl elarv Committee, without amendment, the Honae bill declaring valid and conclusive certain proclamations of the President and acta done in oimuance thereof, or of hta orders, in tha suppression of the late rebellion against tba United Kate* varaxci** is raa ovriow o* riuwioawt ami vie* vnasipavT. Mr. Tbcxbcia reported, from the aama Committee, ad versely upon the House hill amendatory of the act "de daring the officer who shall art as President of the United States In ease of vacantes lo the office both of President and Vice President." and moved its postpone ment foi tba reason that there was not sufficient time remaining fnyi proper consideration of the subject during the present session. The motion to postpone was agreed to. owwiRrs aefsoesnTioN art. Mr. ftpr.RMAs called up the OmmlMM Appropriation bill, which waa read. The following amendments to the bill, a? It pawed the Hnu-e. were recommended by the Finance Com mittee-?(200,000 instead of (100,000 to enable the lighthouse Board to re-astablUh lights and other aids to navigation on the Southern coast; for reaprrnpriaiion of the amount heretofore ap propriated for an iron lighthouse at Bouthwest Pass, hut which has lieen carried to the surplus fund. (108,000; foi(a new lighthouse at Puma Arenas. Cel., (06 000; for a new lighthouse at Cape Blanco, Oregon, (7A.OOO; for repairs and alterations in the New York Custom House, (30.000; for furniture and repairs of the same, (7.000. Strike out tba following ?For a Custom House in Newport, Vermont. (10,000; to strike out tha appro priation of (2.800 to purchase the huat of Pulaski; ta strike out the section abolishing the office of Commis sioner of Pnblic Ruildings, ami authorizing the election by the Senate of a Superintendent of Public Buildings The "glare of the Oeneral Appraiser of New York city is flxed at (3.000, instead of. aa in the House bill, de claring that it shall be tha same aa that of tha Appraiser General of Boston. Mr. Want, (rep) of Ohio, hoped the Senate would not strike out the section abolishing the office of Commis sioner of Pnblic Building* Mr. PmtMAV thought such a provision waa eat or plese In an appropriation bill. Mr. Wads said tha Commissioner of Pnh'ic Ruildings had charge of the Capitol Buildings. If any difficulty occurred between the President and Congress while the officer having charge of the Capitol waa under the ap pointment of the President, it might lead to a great deal of inconvenience. He thought it very important that the man having charge ef the Capitol should he a man friendly to Coagress Mr Howasii said he should vote against striking out Ibe section, because be thongbt the appointment ought to he vented In the Senate. Messrs. Sices v ax and WnLiAM* (rep) of Oregon, spoke n favor of the Panate amendment Mr. Rnwosns, (rep.) of VL. doubted the right of Con Fere to elect a Commissioner of Public Bnildings. He Phpoeed in piece of the House proposttion a section the office ef Commissioner of Pnblic Buildings ta by abolished, and until otherwise provided the duties ?f *W office shall tie performed by the Qaartlrmaetir ~ ef the army. eonlemled for the House pwpmitna There hodman threats ef violence against Ctnmi hr tha etgaUffimd epefceewseo ef the Pmnideok and the Praab dent kh Mvsr dopeaavthlag (a contradict item state (sap ) of .few*. satd Ma had am kta hp affix, af tha friends eftte Piaffidaal . hat ad apodal iafbnaaUea on theauh . Dixon oantd an* he tgiiiinaW aC-thp an itp tha gohaeoa-rdbel nowwpaper* et the eoaatry. II was perfectly natural that taey should make theee hrests after the speeches of the President, In which Contra** was spoken ef aa aa unconstitutional body. Tha pitas of the Vouth and a part of the press of New York, as wall as the Nmtmal fsfo'Hgrwere, which waa the Presiffint's organ bare, frequently made tbeae threat* If 'hi President waa determined to inaugurate war against theCoagreea ef the Hatted States. Concrete ought to be prepared far It and ready to protect itself with all I ho areata la Ma power. Mr. Drxo* was replying to Mr. Howard whan he wns interrupted by Mt Jemmox, who aeked If this debars was In order en affih a question ae was sow before tha Feoalef Mr. Brown* Hem.) of led . contended that the President had neve* east that Ceugrcas was an uneonsti tntioaal body, in th? reaae that it could not saact law. Ha had reoognlaed ikat la signing laws sad eiecotisg thorn. Mr. Howaet naked F the Prmident <lkt not threaten In bla St. Loots speech u> veto all the hills that Congress would sand him f Mr. Hgmuurgs Mid that hv tna very art ef vetoing Mils the Praeldant had recognized the <naeUtuiioaaiity of Coagrsa* Mr. Pissasnm, (rep KM*, appealed IP Fenators not lo contlaue this discussion. It w?e irrelevant, and time waa very precious Mr. HaxDmcw* said be would subside if Senators on the other side wou'd. Mr Wads said man threatened bare a year ago to ge before the people and come back with enough repraaen tativre to make a ma-orttv combined with the rebel* of the South. They wvre then to gel the President to rccegntze them aa the lawful Congress. Ha (Mr. Wads) did not believe thev bad courage eno igb to carry out their threats, bnt why did they make tbeao f zxx xtivb gpmioa. rending 'ho coesiderat.on of tbis-quettlor the Senate wi-rn into executive ven ue at quaitev past four o'clock. Eveaiac keaalaa. eqraevm-a ?TATrq or ag-asAi accrr. Mr Wruo* called up a jo-nt reaoiution. reread Ire the House at tba last veeinti, directing the Secretary or-War to contract for the erection ef an eq.'eetr at. statue in bronte to the memory of General Winflekl Scott, to be placed over bla grave at w#et Point It la to he made bv Henry K Browa, of ltewkurg New Yerk. of cannon raptured in the Mexican war, and to coat net exceeding f'JO.OOg. Mr. Cimnm. (rep.) ef Tovwk moved te strike eut the words "over htw grave at West Point." and to Ihosrt the word* "lo Franklin square, Washington city," bnt sdb aeqnaetly modi ted it to read "ta Prank tin square, er each other place ta he designated by the Secretary or War." ? The amendment was agreed to. and the rev.In hob ae' amended was passed, andyoer to the Bourn far concur retire in the amendment ran easier* ireMiniirmi *w The Miscellaneous Appropriation hill was resumed Tha question was on the amendment of Mr. Edmonds, W Ianaii, in lien of tba section of the House abolishing tha office of Commissioner of Public Rut Id lag); and pre Tiding lor the election by the ?ef?atc er a Snpennteadeal Of Public Build I Digs a section abolish tag the office of Ommtesloitev of Public BniMing*. and imposing its duties upon a < our patent civil engineer, id be appointed by the President, by and with the advice aad consent of the Benate. the annual compensation of which office shall he (4.000 The amendment was adopted The Finance Committee recommended the adoption of aa amendment authorizing the Kerretary of the Treasury to pav soch assistant assessor* as werqa tnally employed In tba colleotlon of interne' revenue In the rebel ctaiaa prior to tbo (ret day of August, 1800 com pensation at tba rata prescribed by law Mr. Tnrwsrt.t. hoped this would not tie adopted. Those person* wore appointed In direct violation of law, as they mold not take the rath of office Mr. KmmMAn said the clrcamafancm whicn induced the committee to repotj this were very simple. The Secretary cf tb* Treasury found it impossible to get men in some of the counties ef I'ue rebel Plaice to dis charge the <ltiitee of Assistant Assessor* who conld take the oath. According to taw they must live tn the county In which they hold their office." Tbo Secretary was rom ps.led to diepeaee with a portion ef the oath tn particu lar case* and it waa now asked to pay tb ear man only up to the 1st ef August last Mr. brusn* (rep. i of Mans., sael the Secretary of the Treasury was rutity of an illegal act, nay more, a crime He violated the law In appointing men who ooold not in - JLlL' o**h, and when complaint wan made he replied in th? Ihleahood, that there were no Union lets MHthM* notorieS^uk" tb?Th.s was uothing )*l?lfowa!d22^ CW?(W" had boon too wonM ^ v^ere'SSSe2*mS?r-, "V"' Hn,Bn'r, pay them on. of Mr^Bnmn.r'hTi'nv in the coorae of his remarkV^f^redm -r ml.,!!'? attempting to ooswr up ? crime, ?*?*?. ? e??! h^lST?i/nil^ tb* conclusion of Mr Bomner a ?? Innguajre was ontiarliatnentary , II m.n nML^^^^ ii.- iT*". **d " #n*bl nm to have been uttered m tha Kanata. He <Mr Bhmmaai aao nothjng to.rey in reply to what Mr. Bomner had raid about the Rmreury of the Treaawry. He belmvad Mr ir had had ? difficulty ei some kind wii>, .i,? sumner ted bad a difficulty ol boom kind with that officer. Mr. Pgmraa rere to interrupt Mr. HbenMn who however, derllned In yield the floor. Mr Hh***a* plained the rirvumsinneee nttenittnc frs nppolntments referred to The aggregate amount Mr t rior the < l?im would not exceed (10 000. prop.sut.on no as id bo waa the author of the original Comrner. 1 reported a n dtacuasMn. The Committal on because ihey knew that wham-, kind some tlma .ro the matter belonged to the Becreury -wt there was in Congreaa ought either lo Impeach the crimirfflreasor* the claim* wwrury. Mr. Spmmn?Let the (lenretary of the Trewary w ont of hi* own pocket. H Mr i nAsntte?He ain't able. He's a pauper?he can't pay the hundredth port ef it. Mr. TronnrLi. dktd there wan more involved In tbia question than a fbw thousand dollar* It was the prla whether rebels p; loyal maw sbewid be piaeed in ? m the retelMMB* It would wet do te any qg tht* wee inteyeilMce ? the part of Ike feeretery, fo? one of the flnsl things dun* by the leal Mar.on of i 'on grew w?? u> call hjK attention to it. Mr. Bckaltw, (drin.) of Pa., in commencing a faw remarks iu deictic* ot the Secretary of the 1 r?uu-ui>. said that Mr. sumner and Mr. I handler spoke under tba protection given them bv the conatitution. thai they shall not be held responsible elsewhere lor what is spoken in dehate. They had no idea of being hald re eponsibl# to the Mecretarv Tor -ailing hint a criminal and a pauper. It was not for him (Mr. Buckaiew) to ques tion the taste of such references to a high public officer who cannot defend himself" on this floor, and can nnlv he defended la such remarks aa olbar -e Damns may offer by way of reply to such charges. Mr. Chanru.au said ha used the word tatuper in a com parative sew* He meant to hay tha' he would be a pauper if he was compelled to |*?" the claims suggested by Mr. Sumner, unlets he had rlqjvn more tfMA be thought he had. He (Mr. Chandler) did not inaan to say that the Seoretary could not boy a lost of bread He came here from a little bank out in Indiana, and look a clorkahfp of some kind which paid him about $3,000 That waa twice as much aa be whs worth He (Mr. ( han dler) would not gire him mora than >1,000 a year 10 he a clerk In hta bank or in bis dry goods store in Detroit. He made a good enough clerk, but when he was raided to the office of secretary he turned politician, and he was a bettor politician than a secretary. j|r. Vt'NSKR?He_itt a very bad politician. (r Cmavolkh?He t| ? wqise secretary. He knows literally nothing jbout politic! and lees about finance. Alluding to Urn remark or Mr. Buckaiew that Senators were not to be held rMpotiatble elsewhere lor what tliev

said here. Mr. ("handler -cud ha had no desire to shield himself from responsibility. What he said here lie was accountable for elsewhere to the Secretary of the Treas ury or to anybody else. Mr. Lass, (rep.) of led., felt impelled to ea.v a few words In vindication of the Secretary of the Treasury. He had known him for thirty years. Instead of being an unimportant officer of a little tuuik in Iudiaua. he waa for twenty years President of the Stale Bank of In diana, which had thirty branches and a catuiul of $11,000,000. He (Mr. I.avb) had nothing to say in de fence of the Secretary's action In appointing rebels to office, only to say that the Bccreiary felt hound to do what he bad done lu pursuance of bis duty to collect the revenue. These men were appointed on the recommendation of loyal asses sors and collectors in the Mouth. He might have made a mistake, but there was a strong claim of equity for the men It waa now pr-jawed to pay. They had dis charged their duty, aa1 it did not become ? greet and magnanimous nation to deny a claim of $136 each to a few men who bad been appointed on the recommenda tion of officers of the government. Mr. Wiumi.n offered a substitute for the pending pro position declaring that in employing persons who could not take the oath prescrib d by law as assistant assessors in the rebel States in the collection of internal revenue, the secretary of the Treasury acted in violation of law, but the persona so employed being guilty of no offence, ara entitled In equity to payment, and the Secretary of the Treasury it authorized to pay them the amount due tbeni for tbelr services to the 1st of August, 18M Mr. Chancer raid the fruit was with the principals, and not with the assistants. When rebels were appointed aa assessor* tbey appointed rebels as assistants. It was so In the North as well as In the Month. In Michigan, when Andrew Johnson appointed copperheads to olfice. they alwaye selocted copperhead assistants. He preferred South Carolina rebels to Michigan copperheads He could gel along with the rebels; but (lod del end him from the copperheads! Mr. Fwnitni defended the Secretary of the Treasury from what be called the foul-mouthed attack made upon him. If any man belonging to what waa styled the radical wing of the Senate bad been In the Secretary's position, and had done as the Secretary had done, aone of these attacks would have been made upon him. Aa to the remarks of Mr. ( handler, he would not reply to them, because be could not uee language to (Uly express bis opinion on the sutyect. The allusion to the poverty of tbe Secretary was a matter of uwie which Mr. Chandler must de-tale for himself. He would remind tbe Senator from Michi gan, however, that Alexander Hamilton, the ablest financier the government ever had, was a poor man, and that men's knowledge of statesmanship or Dnanco waa not alwaya in proportion to the doptu of their pockefs. Mr. SuMxmt replied briefly to Mr. Fessenden, again charging tbe Secretary of the Treasury with criminality In the appointment of-ihot-e assistant assent"!*. After further deeete the Senate, at a quarter part eleven o'clock, without aotion, adjourned. BOUSE or 1E7BEHDVTATITES. Wasmsoios. Feb. 27,1847. The Bmk met at eleven e dock. Mr. Prnvwo. imp.) of Pt, "ovM to dispense with the reading ot toe journal, ton tbto won objected to by one of tbe opponents of SoT**!* The readrtrgertoO Jtrnml wan oonelodnto W eocwt HtMun. ?? Br. Stmmm movd "t? anawowd ?bo mlea to ?aab? hkm to fwtotooo a Jrtto r?ltoH? tottoiro to top me S3S?*?^iysi ?!'*;*? 5m,8rS5&K;"SS5?t;M5 the Treasurer of U?e BoWieim' and SuMom1 <*gjnH#B*? aa*l the House to retain control owns the subject. The rule* em eutpended, and the joint resolution was Mr. Keaooa, (rap.) of Iowa, from the C^mttvee mt l'niform Coinage, naked knve to report a bill to *?tab Itah mmi offices at iMovar, Colorado. Charlotte, N. C., and Dahionegn, Oa., hatMr. Anconaobjected. The morning hour baring boon postponed, the Bouse w?mt intcHLba Committee of the WbokTootho SUto of ttoTrntoo, Mr. Dnwee In too chair, and prooaadod to the mnaklerwllon of ras sat 41. amornianoa mrr. The Mil makes the following approprlatlone:?For paf of officer* and seamen, $10.83 a?: eonUo^n^?pyass of the Bureau ot Yards and nooks. $1,007,000; Xwy Yard at Portsmouth. N. H , $?T,000" Kajy Yard to Bos ton, $127,000; Nary Yard to New kork, $103.000,, Nave Yard at 1'lilladelpbla, $61,018; for __Buck- | ley's patent drrer. at Philadelphia, ?33.000, for the Nnry Yard at Washington. $fl(MW0; for the Nat y Yard at Pensacola, f 80,400; for the Nary Yard at Mare l?iaad. $71,267; for tbe Naval station to Kartell's harbor, $2,000; Tor lb# Naval Asylum at Full. ^IphB, $06,300* for U>e pay o. the mil eeteblnh ment at the nary yards, fcc . $168,067; navigation, apps and aoppllaaT $265,026; otpeneea of the Natal Academy, $283,013; for the "peneee cK tbe Naval Obeervatory, $21,600; for tba expanse! of tho American Nautical Almanac. $15,000; bounuas t! ?Iiecharced seamen, $600,000; expem** of recruiting transportation, stationery, he., $600,000; cleU estalf liahmant at Nary Yards under the Bureau of? onstrue Hon aud Repairs, $ff\000; for do. uoder the Bureau 4 Steam KngineeT,ng, $24,000; fordo, under the Bumff or Provision* and Clothing. $18,160: Batmu Tf Med., inea and Surgery, $136,703; for the Naval Hosylkl at Boston, $7,200; for tbo Natal Hospl al at New \ od, $12 600; for the Naval Hospital at Philadelphia. |10,o?; for the Narai Hoap'tal at Washington, 8r,0O0; for ho Naval Hoapit*: ut Norfolk, $7,600, for tba Naval pital nt Mare Island, California, f20,000; lor tbo Muke corps, in pay, clothing, pmvMiona, tooroa, f, $1,51^277^ Warm* Corps contingencies. $60,000 Tfti, *?ij motion rf Mr. S*xiTiau>, (rop.) of Pa., tho I-m appronrieting $35 000 for Buckleys patent drysrjrns stricken oat. be represent ing that It was tuuleof drtinf timher by staam ot bet air, which was known and frao I land before the paten teas worn bom. On aaouoo of Mr. Bm^vdm w.t,(rep) of Com, a par agihpb wto inserted Mooting tlm Secretary of the Javy to swept a deed of g?rt, wh*tj offered by tbo .SO* of ttffinwethv.t, ot a tract of i *? on tbo Tbamaejvor, near New 1/todop, Ooon , with water front not loaf; ban ?os mils, to to held by ton United Mats for narg pur l?oTioot.onor Mr KcTtwmati, imp.) of IB., fC OOO was appropriated for too aaval atatioo at Mount city, " On motion of Mr. Scniscn, imp;) of Ohio, $l,/? was appropriated for tho purchase of books Tor the Itoiora library at the Naral Asylum to Philadelphia. J On motion of Mr. Bamts. imp ) of Mam., a was Inserted for the eetabitohmeot of the ofll engineer. master carpentor, mooter jo,nar, msst ?mito, master hollar maker, ho., at llie navy| Kiitwry. i barieatown, Brooklyn, Philadelphia a| "C motiop of Mr. Rk*. (rep.) of Mass., a kragraph waa inserted eppropriatiar $1,600 for tbo pajof soma anitabla person, to bo appointed by tho Secretoy of tbo Nsey, to examine the archives and other fumes of information, and to collect tbe farts which Bay illus trate the history of the 1'nlted Ntafs Navy Mr finaiuM. dem.) of N. Y., moved to si toe ont the anwronrialloii for lbs olvil establishment at too aovoral varda: and made a .peach to show that too yorkmoo to tba navy vards weio improperly uaed for political pur noses. Tie motloa waa rejected. Mr Rue, rap) of Me., moved to approbate $66,000 for rebuilding one wing of tbo Marino Barn** to Wasn "C^dorm-o opposed tbe amend meat, tod aatd that when ho looked at these aver-mo^ing h-propnaUons he could see why It was that the House bk peeved a but the other day for the lesoe of one hundkd mlll.ona of ?reeaba. ka Mr. KtMO" also opposed it , Mr Kin mad? a ataiMMni to ?how fc* nsowstty or the atmrorriatloo Ihe smendmant wndrole, ted. Mr Mativaho. (rap-1 of Tenn., move-f W> Insert a pro viso that the Amer.rnn Nautical AlmaMe be printed at tnogovarnmsot printing o?ee, and tto tlieenure ex pense of preparing U for publication tf $26,000. sod no ""llr Rirw, of Maan. ngpested that p? work waa now prmtsd at the governmaat printing Acs. Mr. MatsaSO toiuod thai tha appgpriation ahould be in* reaosd from $18,000'to $26,000. I Mr Kaow* oppoacd the amendmfft. showing that It wae objectionable in twopolota ?tlrst. thai tne work was now performed at the goierntuent priming offl.o, and therefore it was needless to dtoct It to be done there; second, that the e*t male aui>miw#?1 to tho committee was lor $13,000. and therefore itahould not bo in* reaaed. The ami-ndnient was rejactod. . Mr R"'?. ?f Mnas., movad an additional sect on s? ihorWing tbe Secretary of the tovy to use uoaxpoed, d batan< as, oot lapsed tnto ihe traaaury, in repairs of navy ysrda, such as have haen estimated tor and have not "been appropriated for in t*ia but. He wnd Uiat the estimate for this purpose amounted to $7,700,000 but the Committee on Apt>ropri*ions had etrock out tba seven millions. The amendt*< nt would have discretion ary power in the hard* of tlo Secretary. It waa only for tha ordinary sxpaadltuito Mr Soon BIO opposed the amendment, aa being what be called "a vote in the dart." Mr Pias, (rep ) of Mi., <Mted etUntion to tbo extent of discretion proposed to hn lodged la toe Secretary. The amend meol was reje^ed. Mr CWABtas oflercd an amendment prohibiting gov ' porrtitwf emnjay ? the Nsvy Yard from lalerfsriny In soffraga " * *' * sw?'?'ng their awn right of The itwAtmaAs tie potto of order, and too MNMMpi ip PI Mr. La wsexcb, (rep.) of Ohio, offered an amendment ["u. D1 "action fw "t 'he Naval Appropriation a t of 1M7 which authorise* the Secretary to make allouitu- c to officers for rem, fuel. Ac. Mr. Kahso* made the mute point of order, and it ?u euelaiD'd The *men<ln?eni was, therefore, not re oel??d. Mass. renewed hie amendment, lia\ mir modified it no ae to limit theamonal to the estimate* lor fiscal veer, which wae r .imted. I ho committee n?e end reported the bill and amend mem to the riouac. All the ainendrneuU were agreed to In groe*, and the Mil we* paa-ed. "ccor-i*. rrr. On motion of Mr Ian*, ,tup.) of Ky. ibe Senate Joint resolution for printing additional room* or the ai)ll(<lll1ll (il III* rlil.L.n.alU ? a K appendix to ilia diplomjiijc tovrehtiondeact' of 1866, ana taken tmm Hie Sticker* Uhle ??d j*3d inl. f w.'nU!tr,\ ***** "* "*'t>?rt of the Mnltbsoulan .... .u. rr^TI oi Hie 01110*0111 Inetuuuon lor irflfl, wh-cb was ordered to be printed. Mr. Mi Ki kk. d?*p.i ol Cel., froiu the conference ruip mittec on the iiou?e Mil to quiet laud tit er In California, I made a rojxirt, which wae agreed in. The Senate reredae Irvui ita amendment inserting Placcrville. and Iho House recede* Iroin Ha olijeclion to the amendment of ln?i rting Pet alums thk vtRirr aiu. On motion of Mr. Mmtaiu, (rap.) of Me., the rule* were miejieudod by a two-third* vole (7.1 to ;tb), and (lie Holme went Into Committee pf the Whole, Mr Pomeroy in the chair, on trie Tariff1 bill. The amendment* reported liv the Committee of Wave and Mean* being first in order, their < ouaideraliou war 1 resumed, and they were d* posed of aa follow*:? I Amendment* numbered from JO lo 30. in referenec to ' wool, striking out the wiyds "at the last port or p'ace.'' Aa, so as to leave the valuation depend upon the price in the principal market* of the country. Mr. DIokiuil moved to amend ameudnient No 00, as reported by the Committee of Waya and Means, by mrllonv:.out the word* "and such ?-omiuissPms," so that the clo use should read "and upon w ool of the first Close Imported unwashed, Ihe value whereof in the principal markets of the country wlwmce exported to the United Mala*, excluding charge*, shall bo so much per pound." Mr. Allison, (rep.) of Iowa, opposed the amendment, as having the eliuct of reducing the duty ou wool The amend inent was re|e-ted. The amendments reported by the Committee on Way* and Nieana, numbering twenty to thirtv, were adopted The amendment inserting wool lap Hoc Its, In the para graph taking woollen rags, Ac , 12 cents i>er pound came np. Mr. Hoorwi, (rep.) of Mass., opposed ibe amendment as a mistake ou the part of the Committee of Ways and Means Mr. 8'vtnn.o denied that it was a mistake, and advo cated the amendment, as did Mr. Dm a no. Mr. Dswrs. (rep.) of Mass, intimated that those who advocated the amendment did not know what tbcv were talking about. Mr. Dxlano, (rep.) of t?bio, undertook to ?how that he was not so ignorant of tne suble t a* Mr. Dawes suit gested, and to sbow the effect of the ameudnient. Mr. Gri.xnkll. (rep.) of Iowa, also made a statement In regard to the uee of the article known ae woollen Hooks. Mr Hooimbi just!fled bis original statement, showing that after the committee had a^Teed to report the amend ment subsequent explanation proved that that action was a mistake. Mr. Garhkld, (rep.) of Ohio, had not been present when the subsequent explanation was made, aad hence his contradiction of Mr. Hooper's statement. Mr. Kkllry, (rep.) or Pa., showed how materially necessary Hocks was to the manufactures of the countsy, as it entered largely into the making of satin wall paper and other articles of luxury, aad very little into the making of cloth. The amendment was agr ed to, and tha article of woollen Hocks is to be taxed 12 vents per pound. The next amendment was to strike out of the Senate substitute ihe words, "and on woollen Uocks or shear ings of f illed cloth the duty shall be 3 cents per pound,'' whkh was agreed to. The amendment striking out the Senate paragraph on woollen cloths and inserting in lieu of it paragraph* tax ing woollen cloths, Ac, not otherwiae provided for, 00 cents per poand and 30 per cent ad valorem, zephyr 20 cent* per pound aad 30 per cent ad valorem, and endless belts or lelta for paper or printing machines 20 cent* per pound and 36 per cent ad valorem, wtgcli was adopted. The amendment striking out the Senate paragraph taxing bunting 60 cents per pound aad 30 per cent ad valorem, and meaning paragraphs taxing bunting 20 cents per sqoara yard aad 36 per oeat ad valorem, and axing women's and children's die* goods, reel or imlta taiipn Italian cleth* or s*Har fabric*, niieolored or in the gray, 6 cents per square yard and 30 per eent ad valorem, when not rained over 20 cent* the square yard, and wh* vainoderor that I cents per square yard and 20 per etnt. ad valorem. Adopted. Amendment* striking eat the Senate paragraph re ? jyprt" Mi Ire*ting' paragraphs taxing 1?1aeMMewe: ? Anbeaseer and Axmiaiaasr earpew, and on carps* smi sbds far rooms 00 per asac ad " "SJ1?!?' WiMomnnd Tortsap whst aarpera, J^tfl^iMeJnede*^^ W^Ban* per sqoam dS esa* ner aqoare y*d, add OA yTnd Z iniateu. Patent Mbvct and tapaflhry velvet carpets 40 smum for square yard, aad 36 per eent ad valorem. Tapes fry Brtamm carpet 28 cat* par square yard, aad 36 per cent aft valorem. Treble ingrain, three ply and worsted chain Venitian carpets 17 cam* pee sqaase 'y artU and 30 Yarn, Venitian aad two plv ingrain per ceit ad valorem. .. ,w? p? ,??u carpett 12 cents, and 36 per cent ad valorem Drugget*. baizes aad bookings 23 per oeat, and 30 per cent wu valorem. Carpets not otherwise rpsalAqd 40 per cent ad valorem. Mats, nigs, k? , to he taxedtt carpets of the same character, and all other mats 40 per cent ad valorem. After considerable debate, in which Mr. Wilson of Iowa, commented on the fact that the lowest rates were on thf highest prioed carpets, and in which Mr. Morrill Mated that the protection American carpet manufac torm won Id be sumewhaA * than it Is now, the amend men* was adopted. The amendment adding A cents per sqeare yard to the So percent ad valorem oa oilcloth*. A a.. valued at 00 j cents or lees per square yard, aad addiag ? rente per | square yard to the 40 per cent ad valorem on oilcloths, 4ml. valued at over 60 cents, was adopted. The amendment Inaming drew silks la tne paragraph taxing ribbon*. Ac., at TO per oeat ad valorem, was adopted. Ob the amendment Increasing ihe tax on nnmaaui'ac. tared flax from $13 to $20 per ten, Mr S-neauk moved to increase the tax to $43, and spoke in support of his , amendment I Mr. Morrill opposed Ik Mr. Si/ian, (rep.) of Wis., asked whet percentage *>1 valorem this tax wa*V Mr. Scmencr said that with fltx at $260 p- r ton, a tax of $46 would not he 20 per cent ad valorem. He modified hie amendment so a* to make it 46 per oral ad valorem. Mr. Gaktold defended the action of the Committee of Ways and Means He said never, but once, in tbu history of this country had the tax oo flax been s? high a* ?a* now proponed bv that committee. and that was In the tariff of 1842, when it was $13 per too. To nut it up to what bis colleague proposed would be out of'all proportion. The vote was taken by tellers on Mr. "chsnck's amend ment lo make the tax 45 per cent ad valotcn, and re sulted ayes 66. nuye 00. to the amendment was relented. Mr. Hmnxra then moved to make tlie tax (100 a ton. which would he only 40 per cent ad valorem. He claimed that ad the protection should not be confined to one particular .section of the countrv <uid to the rauaufar t'inng internals The lax pwpaied by the 1 omnuitee of Ways and Mean* was just 8 per cent, and tor that measure of generosity the represents! ves of the agricul ture! interest were expected to re dawn on their marrow hones end proclaim their gratitude to thai commutes. , Be was tafavor of Western Members trying toeir hand* at making tariff* as well M making other things. Mr, Morrill epposed the amendment, aad argued that the way to em .tenure the growth of ffaii was to promote Urn Hoea manufuctoria% which the adept ion of this amendment would destroy Under the system of en ? wore.-tug these manufactories the price of the raw material bad t> wn doubled within some years past. Mr. Kcbenck s amendment wae rejected. Mr. MavxAiio moved lo increase the MX to $43 ptr to*. Negatived, 46 to 66. Mr. Bhu<*i*, (rep.) of Ma, Moved lo Make the tax $30 Dejected. 48 to 46. Mr. wmsv,g moved to Increase the tax t* fortr dol lars. Noticing a whispered remark of Mr. Morrill that he (Mr Schanck) was a filibuster, be denied that he was, and said be was only standing up tor a neglected in terest of the country. He proceeded to argue la sup port of hie amendment, and upbraided the Committee of Wavs and Means for the protection etieaded to man a facto re* and the absence of protection to agricul tural products. Mr. Morrill combstted the view* put forward bv Mr. Hcboimx, and declared that if Mr. Scheock could sue. coed lo establishing a tariff In accordance with his view*, he would destroy the Nnen manufacturing In terest In the country and would consequently Mot get Half the present price of flax. Mr. Im Biond, (dem.) of Ohio, while opposed lo high tariff generally, waa in favor of giving to the agrlcel tural interests the name protection given to the Bans factoring interest He hoped the West would make ? bold stand on this bill, assert Ita rights and have its sway In Ihe asialdishrasnt of a tariff. Mr. Dawvs spoke In defence of Eastern Interests, aad. while representing the largest manufacturing interests of an / of IMS colleague*, be should say to the members of the West that if tbov did not want ibis Tariff hill Ihe East con Id get along at well without Ik The East was in favor of the principle of protection as applied to all Interests, while the reatlemaa from Ohio (Mr La Rlond) seemed to iw la favor of it only when applied to agrtcul tnral Interest*. Mr Ia Hiono declared he wanted do protection to either East or Wtst He wanted to have the bars let down and the W?t permitted to flod a market whs rarer it could. He wax ted the interest of the great maat of the people, the eonsirners. protected. Mr. Dawrs w? quite aware thai the gentleman'e 'Mr. I.e Hlondt preftrame was to have industrial pursuits curried on In Klrope where labor was unlv one-tenth aa high a* it is lie's, and thus red see the labor of this rem try to |<euH r intee, but he (Mr. Dawes) went no step In that direction, hut wo* in favor of protecting all class-* of iadustry ft this country. The gentleman (Mr Lo Blond) had ngmt'oned the Isrgs profits of Eastern man ufacturers, hit had he looked at the immenso mcome of the New york Importers of foreign goofs amounting M some inspneo* to t wo. throe and four millions a vear 7 A* bctweeamcooragement of such business and of the business of moou'ortnrcm, whe e the advnnUgw* wore distribnicdRttirMg ike industrial people of this country he would bsve the gentleman iMr \? Blupd) 10 follow bis ("rD dews. He wo-id follow Mr Mr. Crisis* stood up ft>r the commercial Interest of New Yorf and ctiaractcrixed the view* of Mr. Dawes as pan of As Chinese aad Japanese ->v*utma. Free trade wee thr highest development of European civilisation while (Tutoriion wae a system antiquated as Asia J" ? remark of Mr. Dawes, . h* *M unahls to find anytlilBg In the tariff am would prove advantageous to the Week The "J lids Tariff bill would give lo th? i.olders of woollm goods Increased profit* to the * mo nut ef flftv Milltms of dollar*, which sum would com# out of the the Rickets of the psoptc. ? i** the MR would ? character whioh the oourae of ?moment had Intro, dc-paired of Mviail a K'*>d tariff bill under an- o i-irr.iinetaui ?w Why did they talk of the latere-i of the Fact or the Weel, or of New Yorkt Tl.c.r iiiitirei wus the i we real of America. If the Kant had im. muaufac or.ee and no coiumeree, where would the W?t find .market I or her producer As to tl.e tree Ua.tr ?*>licv of Holland, eho n**''1' n',Mlc " ?t??*?'Ut<l Ke of pol.fv a-, when -he issued her tree it.ule rdtru, ^mnsa sbehad then go' to a po-mon when- she ?.??id iiefv uli r jinntlit'"*; and when ahe got other iauib iris* to ^wTr ^ao.ple t. wa* tenion she .mold posstblv adopt Ml U.H? W'? irne liH.ie aaa t' e merer! filllilhlg and nonsense. Mr I a ?u.'o -Tain got the floor and replete the are..meat ot Mr "taven*. He declared that the man Who !a*< r?d hi* country was the man who * laws a- woul.l he inosi ndvatiiageous to the grant maws* of Hie count, v. The ? ffocl of a high protective tar: 11 >0 this oouutry wa* p. tore.; # condition ot things whM.b the ooantry wsi* not rim for. ^ motion to The queitloo wa? mk?n on Mr Scdahcii ? . tnemace the duty on tlax u. $40 per urn, whmh wee adopted by a ?ote ot 60 to 4S. ? p<l?MqbV,Vne^oUm^tteTor0,Wave aid **?"? ? W*t*2Lodment mSed by the t>mod?J|?^ Ways ind Meaus wit? to iucreuse the utx on haokhd ha* from $30 t? $40 oar ton Mr Schksi K moved to inereasa it to $60. Mr Dawk- opposed the anirodment, uddreteing hie re ! mX to the "rinment -if Mr. !.? Blond and aek.t.e hmx whether he would rather have the Industry which pra dnced the coat on Id- l*ck carried on in Karope orto Auiericv T .e dutv ??unt he put eittier on th? manu 1 factored art., le or on the raw mneriai II j. | faciuAd article mcu labor here would be protected, if on theraw material then labor heimwould be<le,,rews.ai I He would let il.e goutleuian from Ohio (Mr. 1-C oudi chop-eon which Bide he stood. . VT THAffn. (rep.) of l'a., moved to rise and c.ki-e de bate, my UK that those who did not waut to sea MMi blU talked to death would vole for h.a motion. " wa t neveiih -lew. relevied . u Mr Kxiwwonnt. (rep.) of III., moved to amend nth Scltet.cu'H amenduieut by making tha duty an hack "".Mr ^R.sw (dein.l of 111., expressed binpleasoraat the h*hl which seemed to have broken in upon r??a - leagues ou the repui.lican aid" of the House He not. in the pre-eut condition of the country, in trader, but would favor a protective tariff ef thirty to forty per cent all round. If the manufao turers u-eded trom e.ghty to one hundred per ^"t wky would ihev den* a like rate to agricultural ,nl"?a^ It was-because they waiil'd to gel the raw materia* for their manufactures frout Canada and foreign oouu trlMr Fakvsworth spoke in favor of hie amendment, contending that it was only consistent with tb" moon" ment Incroasiug tha duty ou manufactured Uax lo $40 ^Mr?mTicR renewed his motion that the tornm.Mea rise. ? order to close debate, and this tiu.e the motion ?revelled and the Committee rose. . _ Mr Stkvkxs thereupon reported, from the Omnioittee on Attpropr'alions, a Heflrien y bill, which was referred m the Committee of th? Whole on the .state of the r'ntoo CO. 0..e .. ,-00.^ l7Kffi?K.'?5,S"."w of and the House look recosa till half-past ***"' "5 dispised up to this point of onB fort? ?ve of the ameiid incuis of too Committee ot Ways and Means. Evening Kewilee. The Houso resumed iU session at half-P??t ?*??" rn'mii run to* war ass o sat or '"'/u'iT,,, Mr ac iiKxrK bv unaaimous cona^Dt, Ire? ib? JL on Affairs, reported ^k w,th ~..eod. ments. the tieuate bill to provide for a temporary In rrpiiit? of the pay of ortlcera ot the army. Tb? MMBclmtott prwvlda for allowaaoa of o?fmf??^! tion of rations in the teltlemvnt of aoranntii of Jn o. soldiers who died while held *" Pr^ta^L^ iT^ MiMi ututcB or fubMHiaently: for ftoro?oop?J* ?o ^ wmy U^Tn* heroi^r the rook of captWn .of cav.l^, except the oidnance storekeeper at Bprmgttld lk? has the rank of major of cavalry: for allowing houmiea where soldiers hava loat their dtaeharyew end for allow inc. the additional five yearo' ration ou th<i retired list. The aroendmentt were agreed to ?"d the bill paseed.^^^ _ On motion of Mr. Fsivx, (rep)of Wla, nt War win dit^Ud to commuDirale in? wp?n Of %?? T",^?on of Mdl-r Benand Rufu. lB.dk during tha year I860. , ? fmn o. Committee to Mr. Attooxk, (dem.l of Pn.. 'r"lwl .w- ua Military Affairs, piwenton on bl for extra travel pay to sold SS*7T!eaV distant tocriuiriea, wbtah was 1511 Nioatr-omMk Mil to pay $u?o to itwamtiriiver, of tM gimv-afm Ohio infantry, wluah waa ^cnt. pwrrioww, My. Taana, (dam.) of S. Y., Jtrmehtna ch.iriT.he Frieda' Library of Katnoel T. Froth, clerk, asking that boons, fce.. so ported for the library and public tnalttottoari, may he admitted fVeo of duty. ?ran Taairr nn,u i . . Dubaie on the fa* poragraph hrtnj! ototetI hy the House, the House went into Committee or ttiew mmo on the fute of the Union. Mr. Pomoroy in tba < hr-lr, and resumed the considerotlon of the Tartff hUk tbn "tS vol, .M utkiu U, ~ UIP1SL. ^ amendment of toe Committee of Waya nod Meoos ?e lb^"n;?^^o?tP'^rmd hy the Comm-troe of Wavs and Means wa? to toK R.**l"tL,2IdPta u?* ? $40 Senate paragraph, lasiug It $26 per too and 10 td* tt fdn '"tfr UssjAJris moreil to amend the amendment by taxing Rue-la hemp $60 per ton, whloh waa adopted. The soiendment ?* thus amended waa The next aroeadmoni waa le increeso tba 'timm nl a. Itslmn and all other hemps uamanafaoicred from til, to $h0 per ton. Adopted. Vlie next amend moot was to increoee the tax oo Hex straw from $1 to $8 per ton. Mr iN MbUC K moved lo incrwio ibo l*i lo ??? Mr. Mohk.u, thought that Mr. Schanck should be aatle " Mr^ScUenck's aroandmeot waa amendment of tha (ktmmittae on Ways and denna "'foe next emoodment waa lo Increase the tax on tha tow of flex or bertp from $6 to #10 pur ion. Mr. Faktswobtii moved to incranao tha tax to $i6 "^ilr IJ Bi/ito moved to increase it to $16 Rejected. Mr Scbk .ck moved to Increcse It to ^ The amendment reported by the Committee of Waya and Means, making the tax $10. was adopted. the next amendment was to incresseihetax **J unniannlBctured. ?h*al trass. *e.. from $6 to $15 per "'The next amendment was to strike burlap# out of tba jiarnirAph" laxiug linen* 4 Genu per yard and J6 p#r "itea-mTtoInrv'*, (Jbiswolo. lloomn and Co*?trwi ap ptisi'd the aiocndiucnt. Rejecied. Mr.lr>nh Ttie next stnea tmeol *?? lo add to tha pan gran ha proviso that burlaps, valued at not '?'V??"1^ sipncre yard, etu.nld pay a doty ef 86 ja r tamtam ad *Mr. Hoorxa tro-ed to add tha waxdn "hod (ink Adopted, fba amendment as amended wm adopted^ The nnst amendment wan to ?Hke gnnhy^kags antof tha paragraph uxing gunny oloth, kt, $ aanlo pee pound. Reject"d. _ ... The next amendment waa In tax gnnny hags J8 par i>nnt A|| ViiOfWQL HijCCttHi The next amendment waa In add to tha paragraph tax ing Jute Tarn- 30 per . ent ad valorem, hamper tow Taras single, vahiert at not aver M cenU pte pound. Mac-ra. Hriswold, '.'unkling and Hcbansk opposed the amendment. and Mr. Murriiradvocnind it. Ae amend mThe ?axi'atnand'mnnt, ths out of the paragraph relating to railroad '?n ^* 0 "perna t' ing the ImportaUon and use by any eorporstioo m railroad iron at any lime withi n the detics lmi?<ieed oy '?w,) ngir *^il, ?f!^s the Congresx to il.e contrary.'? The pr?r^ radxriMO the 1'scirte Railroad, which is hound to use only ilT iron The aincndmeot waa adopted in a rotoefdl to II. The next smendmcDl was tolosert ? cotton ties made of hoop Iron $5,0. per pound, which H^amendmenu were to make .be Ux oo iro, wire cloth 2 ccuu per eqowre valorem, aud when painted 4 oent. par xquara IXM, sad 36 per cent ?d valorem, which nera adapted. "Vh, j- - made ef wire or rods, oot lees than <?m inca n diameter, from 2 to ?? ? nU per P""** Mr. Lx Rt oxo moved to reduce the tax to one cant par ^Mr^in BtinnUien moved to reduce it to two cants, and sntim.urd his views anew on the question of free trade "dr c.^'isH. opposed the amendment, showing that twenty years age the same article bore a duty of fnwr cents per pound ueder a democratic admiaiatralton, and that as chslos sell for eighteen .-ente a pound a lu of three cents wss not mops than twentv par cent ad valo ?m Hecombstt?d the free trade doctrlnea of his cot ie&voo, Mr. Le Bload. and da.died that their fallacy was ''"JicLe Blond's smaadmoot was rejected. Mr Atwsop apposed tha ameudmeat of tbaCtmtnlt tee of Wsy* and Meanit He held that the duly agreed on by the Senate wss quite large enough, ranging even over ibe rate* h? lb* tot.ffol 1$$I, whloh waa e.meid ere l s very high 'ariff On the same articles of Iran 'ha increase was rrtun 14 In jOt par conk Mr Mottmtt. advncitted the amendment reported ny the Committee el Wsyx and Means. Tba smeodmeM was adofitod. ,. ... _ The next two sm*adments were to reduce the tax Rhains lew than three eighths of an inch In u si11 ? and am toss than Me. 0 wtra gatfe, from ? 'oj f*n Rr ponad, and an ohaiax leas Utaa Mu. ? w?e a >m 1 lo T cants per pound. Adopted. _ M?|a The next amendment was to Increase th* ?* ?" from 2#- to 3 can's per pound, . Mr. t nxansK movisl to reduce It to IS pound, and made an argument ?d*'1"* Thl. bill, he principles advnested to dsy hv Mr. ? ttf act Imil. was not made in the .nterom M UMd mads in the internet of consumers. . Ul, to prove that It wa* mads in lb* "i ^ et|ireesctf Mr Hon sit... opposed '?-? the ahatna ha Mt si the fact |jo w?te me-to wealth of the country cents p r poeud, and hem under the prrannt dntyof the duty be .louliied whether any wotild ft WWtlWPWr t,if#tail and the amet d Mr. Chanter's aud Mean* sdupied meat of the "D yw ?icre?m the duty ne Tb% ?' t* *m^nnm#ni coumWD o* Twrra fi