Newspaper of The New York Herald, March 2, 1867, Page 3

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated March 2, 1867 Page 3
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WASHINGTON Proclamation of the President Declaring Nebraska Admitted as a State. Failure of tie Senate tiF&ss the ??!? raft BUI Iwr the Veto* THE BANKRUPT BILL. fke Conference Committee'! Report Agreed to ia tbe Hooie. The Internal Revenue Bill Passed In the Senate. The Cotton Tax Reduced to Two Gents Per Pound. Boa Wade to ba Froiident of tbe Senate. fto. &c. &o. WisimioTOH, March 1, 1807. Vkt Atataba if Ntkrulu-PraclMMlN af the President. Wfciriy the Congress of the United States did, by ?a ant approved on tbe nineteenth day of April, one tfcansand eight hundred and sixty-four, authorize the people of the Territory of Nebraska to form a constitu tion and State government, and for the admission of aaafc State into the Union on an equal tooting with the ori^nal States upon certain conditions In said act spnstaed; and whereas said people did adopt a constitu te ooaformlng to the provision* and conditions of said art, aad ask admission into the Union; and whereas tbe Ooagress of the United Ststes did, on the eighth and ninth days of February, eae thousand eight hundred sad sixty-seven, la the mode prescribed by the oonstl tnttoe, pass a further act for the admission of the State or Mefcraska Into the Union, in which last named act it was j? tided that It should not take effect except upon like fundamental conditions that within the State of Nebraska Should be no denial of the elective franchise, or or mg other right to any person by reason of race or color, I Indians not taxed; and upon the farther funda I condition that the Legislature of said State, by a astomn public act, should declare the aseent of said Suite to Mm said fundamental condition, and should transmit to ton President of the United States an authenticated copy said act of the Legislature of said State, upon receipt ?f the President, by proclamation, should forthwith i the foot, whereupon said fundamental condl l should be held as a part of the organic law of the , Md thereupon, and without any further proceed i on the part of Congress, the admission of said State ? the Union should be considered as complete; and within the time prescribed by said act of Con I of the 8th and 9th of February, 1807, the Leglsla * of the Slate of Nebraska did pass an act ratifying ?Mid act of Congress of the 8th and 0th of February, H, and declaring that the aforenamed provisions of I third section of said last named act of Congress be a part of the organic law of the Man of i; and wnereas a duly authenticated copy of ?aid \ of the Legislature of the State of Nebraska has been iby me, V?w, therefore, I, Ahdrbw Johksox, President of the ftatted Stales of America, do, hi aocordanoe with the (revision* of the act of Congress last herein named, i and proclaim the fact that the fundamental con i Imposed by Congress on the 8tate of Nebraska to i that State to admission to the Union have been I and accepted, and that the admission of the said Mats Into the Union Is now oomplete. la testimony whereof I have hereto set ay hand and ?ill the teal of the United States to be affixed. ?m at the city of Washington this 1st day of Mareb, tn the year of our Lord 1887, and of the independence af the United States of America the ainety-flrst. ANDRttW JOHNSON. 9f the President. Vkuu H. Sbwaxo, Secretary of State. Tke Impenehment Qncntlon. Sm esse President Johnson shall indicate his intention to Mth fully execute the Reconstruction bill, although %s mmf feei oonstratned to veto It, in order to be con ropsblioaas generally agree (so says a republican I to drop the Impeachment proposition, and al low political excitement to subside and the country to fcnra n little rest Ana revolutionary innovations; for all MMedS that, to Impeach a President for any act done by ftssMant Johnson would be an Innovation on ail the pal, in isapirt to Bxscuttvs powers and the usages of thai office; and especially would It ho so were a Presi M to be Impeached, primarily or ultimately, for the waselse of a constitutional prerogative such as the veto faver. Nor Is the present believed to be a soluble time ?to the introduction at new preoodents tending to radical i in the relations, power and responsibility, or to doctrines so dangerous as that which de ffisres the right of Congress to remove a President for fee mere offtace of diflering with that body in policy and aptoton touching the intereete of the country. But there Is some doubt in regard to the course that will be pur aaeC by General Butler in the next Congrees on the sutyect tt tospeechsssat; and that doubt Is the more important as It is very generally apprehended that he espires to be a leader la that body?at all events, on ths queetion of Ik There does net appear to be much alarm, depicted in the countenances of those who : of the matter. In speaking of the General there is ?0Md suggestion mads In this oonnection in reference to Mm bf one who is fhmiliar with his habits in court, aad that is, that whoa he takes his seat la Contress the Isae had better adopt a resolution transferrin* the en MM Congressional Library into their Hall, to avoid the ??aeasity at continual labor on the part of pegae end atoMnats la oo a raying it back aad forth, for It will all ta wanted. And, as Lord Eldon said of a contemporary lawyer u Is remarked ot the General, that he Is "a bet tor bookkeeper tbaa accountant" Ban Wadr ta be Prreldeat mf the Hennre. the Senate Republican cauous to-day nominated Den jMain P. Wade, of Ohio, as Preeidsat sf the Senate pre mm bj errlaaaallns The electee will take piece to day sr to-morrow. Caaflrauuioaa by the Hasats. (ha Senate to-day oenfirmed the following aomina Peetniastora? Edwin B. Merrill, Winobendon, Mase. ? QMver Wood, Portamouth, Ohio; Joseph Davis, Albany, M. T.; Siepben H. Ivans, Tldeouto, Pa.; Ansal 8. Miller, nUMsk Island, 111; Levi H. Leib, Ashland, Pa.; Horace flhapio, Jacksonville, 111.; Edward M. Licaa, IowaCltv, fswa; Thomas Ireland, Aneapolie, Md.; John Sleigh, ?nsermown, Md.; Ooorge Paek. Decatur III.; John R. walthall^Lynchburg, va.; John 1L Trumbull, Mou Tsstetaat Appraiser of Merchasdiee?John D, Park. Wtm Orleans, La. Register or Land Offlos?Jamee A. Shigley, <1arkes wWe/Arkansas. United States Marshal}?Albert Eel her, for the die Met oT Oregon; Thomas B. Wallace, for the Western district of Missouri. Consuls?A. O. Gill, of New York, at Rheims, France: William L Duff, of Illinois, at Glasgow. Colied States District Attorney?John A. Rush, for the flirri(orjr of Artsoni. Collectors of Internal Revenue? 8ilas F. Smith, Twen ty-third district. New York: Charles Rink e. Third dis trict, New Hampshire; S. P. Sherman, Firth district, Iowa; Peter Mcnough, Twentieth district, Penary Irani*. Assessors of Internal Revenue? R. H. Csraalian, Sev anth district of Illinois; C. C. Esiy, Seventh district of MaoeacUusetla, F. I Rubner, Sixth district of Pennsyl vania; Curtis C. Gardner, Twenty seventh district of Mew York; George W. Alexander, Eighth dletrict of Pennsylvania. The following nominations wero rejec'od by the Senate Poetmaater*?Jacob Lalsde, WlllUmjport, Pi ; Joseph & Caul well, Klk ton, Md.; Kamuel Hoyt, ."?pirla. Wis.; Wio L. Williams. 1'ekln, III.; Albert O. T<-naly, Brunswick, Me.; H. B Grubb, Carllnvllle. IlL ; John J. rVK. Munoy, Pa.; John B. Baas, Qiilncy, Matt.; ? r "llsno, Ilsxleton, Pa.; Daulel Brewster, Montrose, ? Mnnrk Quiltraan, Nomstows, Pa ; James Welch, xmilainn Fa - Samuel L Gullck, Danville, Pa.; Edward ruA.. Maine; George J. L. Com*. rvi. Governor of Washington Territory?" ".' *"? United States Attorney for Mvnuiia Terr..*1'/? Ward. fcreUrles of Tenttortea-Dwood Erans, W*?hin|ion Territory, ud John P. Bruoe, tola* T^rltory. Superintendent of lsdiu Alhin?I. Dwight, Nebras ka Territory. _ _ , _ , Nml officer?Thomas Grey, San FrMClsco, CaL Assessors of Internal Revenue?Franklin C. Smith, Fifth diatriot Illinois; William C Blnney, Fifth district Massachusetts: Levi Sterling, Third district Wisconsin; John F Belsterllng, Third district Pennsylvania; J. R. Peaae Second district Wisconsin; Thomas H. Benton, Sixth'district Iow?; David Harden, Sixth district Indiana. Collectors of Internal Revenue?C. H. Weeks, with district Illlnoia; EL J. Boardman, Sixth dUtrlct Iowa; Austin EL Brown, 8ixth district Indiana. Collectors of Customs? R. M. King, Si. Marys, Ga.; Lewis C. Hunt, Miami, Ohio. Appraiser of Merchandise?Antoine Marrert, New Or leans, La. CodhoI?Joeeph a de Agreda, of New York, at Puerto Cabello. Associate Justice of the Supreme Court?John W. Bogle, Territory of Dakota. Indian Agent?Martin W. Chollar, for the Choc taws and Chickaaawa. Ntxleaa FlUlasterisc Prslecta Fs?t, Two circulars have been widely circulated, the on* having In view an armed expedition to develop the mineral resources of Sonora and Mexico, the other, signed by General H. Clay Crawford, his object being to organise a liberating army of Mexloo. These move ments de not receive the sanction of the republican government of Mexico, which regards them u injurious to the interests of that country. A New Roll of lienor. The War Department has publiahed another "Roll of Honor," being a pamphlet of two hundred and fifty four pagea, and containing the name* or about fourteen thousand soldiers who died in defence of the American Union, interred in New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Con. neoticut, New Jersey, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Wisconsin, Oregon, Maryland, South Carolina, Florida, Louisiana, Mississippi, Texas, Missouri, the Military Division of the Mississippi and the Territory of Dakota. THI&TT-HIHTH CONGRESS. Heeead Scealoa. SENATE. Washington, March 1, 1867. THB TARIFF ON WOOL. Oh motion of Mr. SHamm, (rep.) of Ohio, the Finance Committee was discharged from the further considera tion of the House bill to increase the duty on woo), and In lieu thereof reported a bill in the precise language of the wool sections of the Tariff bill passed by the Senate. Mr. Sherman, In explaining the bill at the request of Mr. Grimes, stated that, as the Tariff bill had been de feated in the House, be thought it advisable to get that part of it passed which related to the woollen Interest. Mr. Trcmbotx, (rep.) of 111., raised the point that the bill could not be considered on the day it was reported. Mr. Shefkan said this was not a report from a com mittee. He moved to discharge the committee, and then introduced a bill on his own responsibility. The Chair decided that a bill might be taken up to day, but it required unanimous consent to cons der it. The bill was taken up>. Mr. Hnsnwcxs. (dem) of Ind., objecting to its con sideration, Mr. Shaman appealed to the Senate to take a vote and decide for or against the wool tariff. Mr. Crxkswsli, (rep.) of Md., asked If the Finance Committee had abandoned the rest of the Tariff bill ? Mr. ?hbrman said he was not speaking for the Finance Committee; but if the Senators desired to amend the bill by extending the tariff on other articles they could ?akkj^s^'.hs stsua is rset o the tariff entirely by cutting off ?U c?Mce of Mr^hprni** ?/ th#. 2?n?te ??raed to the proposition of there ^o blll wM^0 ,0 ,ha 110,188 and 66 amcnd8d -?,Mr;/*t,WB,UI1' Mid ?f ?n* biu WM to be passed he should greatly prefer the House bill. He had n" h?d t ine to compare the House and Senate wool tariff's. m? :^,!rs'.r2,rJ:',vb<"*iJwmu <?P-) Of Iowa, said the intention or this SAariss-a Mr. Ikcmbiu. asked why not pass the House bill t bu^hVlJl|HRnn?V0N lled h# *M r*TOr 0f d?l0K *0 wUh him ? WM a ?n?Ooiity in the Senati anM?m?nTw>ni(rfP'' 0f N- J : Mi" he Intended to offer ?.i?!i!IL ^ ? Increumng the duties on all imported articles twenty per cent, except sugar, tea, mofosMci coffee, lumber and railroad iron. ' molJS:**. bill nf ihiXw0S' '"'kU.' of conW not vote for the , ?' t'ie House, because to paw it would be to lea** usssr - ?,'s; -r.sriHaassssjs tsr^ra hour?t* 0U th# Colmao *uKiftK The bill to admIt ColoradoAwa? taJcon 0p. The quee ? **?> '"8h%)l It pass, the objections of the President notwithstanding V'Ths votoWas aa folk>w?-^ K!rSr00j' l*?< Mo^liyNy^PoUn/ rmn" ^' wiSS'iaW^SGSVOTk JSSiS-T" SssihBsByBr* KSa- ""??? Surnnen^i* H01 Brewa, Fogg, Guthrie and th^bUU^ia!*0^'"1* T*t*d ,B th# _ scwbbkw or irin. The customary orders suspend Ins at this staca of the sss.cs;:;sy3cir??ff- - ~ u. . "WWT or TIB sMrnvoNiAN ir-nrrn. pJH;.~ ao!n' <?P >?R I. irom the Committee on oontaeSf ^"'o1B *? priBl flT# thousand im aSlowML ? Smithaoniaa Institute, which TH? IVTBBXAL RCVKxn BILL came up as the unfinished business of last nlcht j^Mitssijas A-SrtK cotton shall be two cents per pound. fn_ ?l Csp ) of Mo., moved as a substitute lhLiYk?T ? smandment a provision that no tax Isv'sd on oouon grown after the passage of thia ?ct.and spoke la favor of the abolltlonTTR cotto? Mr. Joasaos followed la a similar strata. . *5 ?r*Aaok, (rep.) of R I., said ha bad bad exoe L if? ln piaa,in? ?**?? within the past few years and he know of ao agricultural interest that offered such poor mriacementa as cotton. r?te on Mr. Head arson's amendment to abolish the tax on all future crops of cotto* was aa follows-? soft's? .Miasar- ?~?^iS3a T*'r. lk ' *rl' iumn#r- T' ..?h5iOra<ts, V.i "0 ?wl go Uie amendment was lost. The question was then on Mr. Wilson's amendment to reduce the tax to two coots per pound. to this Mr. Posmtor. (rep i of Kansas, offered an amendment making a still farther .eduction to one csnt Mr. 8sns<K said I cent a pound would bardlr omv' the expense or collecting the tax. It ought to be either ? cents or nothing at all suner ?1?n,,?***1""*" *id ,b# tsx on cotton last Tear yielded $14,000,000. He thought It might bear a reduction to 2 cents, but uot below that. * roUMtag Vm?-1 *f ?? sgreod to by the iSsrSsR&ingg' nns,.*~ teaEisur?-"!? fcMrs^te.r4' ?"??.?? "SSker The question then ooowred on adopting Mr. ?Moon's *???*???? - amended so as toi^^tw?"i *? j o?* m pound after the lot of Septem ber next," which wot adopted by the feUowlag vote ? ^ssaesasg rj**"-*fse?f. Aalton|, Oattoll. Chandler, Oonnees. Ortmea nISiT A ^2fu8& Pessenden, PrellnghuyMn) I"rtw',0<' Mor**n' *r#Tusaoer, i?irwhteho;S??????"** ??ohlBM on ^ ?f smoadssent that tonnage da ty paid eh*iS tnfl P*'d snnually, and when agreed to *** toT ? TmT> **? ?HrthiwthJrti^lflt M,,,??nd br inserting the words uftMtaM ? 3,'r .T *1^ tbe woras "in all man. surh ' Jrh#T* lh#j' w?w '? s olauss taxing such manufacture three per cent. * Iff' D^rTero^ " ,W' fll" ^ 00 tlM kevrtaIi4^' ?, moTod to change the whls next nn? i 'ball bo two dollars until October Isr U,e?trt?i irrl flf<y/ont* '">1" April, and one dol mi' utoreaRer, which was disagreed to!e,l5*"t w ,,l# sdmlnlstratlve mSuUuL te! j2Slef fhlch w??ld bs to remove the stMont thi?I the excise laws when It shall be Sat tbo^nat,?7thfn lntfDt'?n to defraud, and urt wto? .hi *' ^ dw:ld'd ?? 1? this fact by the narfm.^ r.? C*V tr,ed. ""t??l of by the Trsasury tpartment after the trial. Disagreed to. that 'this^aot'a^aif' ff Moh., offured an amendment former a,*c? ih'h JEfSoSlf C?"n"noed under i..u, raises! ?sat!1, * psfote vote on any smnndme-* lfn ^ , . ? '"r ? C<>uiuutt?e of the VVlioiet *rm,Jjr adopted la the m Oa motion of Mr. Harm, (rep 1 of S T., the follow tag Motion was stricken from tb? ttUI. It bad been adopted id th? Committee of the Whole:? Barrio* US. That spirits of turpeutlne ma; be transferred wtlhoul payment of the tax to a bonded warehouse estab lished in conformity with law aud Treasury regulations under such rule* u>d regulation*, aud upon the execution of ?uch transportation bond* or oiker security aa may be pre scribed by the CGmml?tloner of Internal Revenue, subject to the approval of the Secretary of the Treasury, said bonds ?r other security to be taken by the collector of the district from which such removal is made, aud may be transported from such a warehouse to auy other bonded warehouse established as aforesaid, aud may be withdrawn from bonded warehouse fo.-consumption on payment of the tax or removed for export to a foreign country without payment of tax. In conformity with the provisions of law relating to the removal of distilled spirits, and all the rules, regulation* and condition* or which so far aa applicable shall apply to ?plrit* of turpentine iu bonded warehouse*, aud no draw back shall In any case be allowed upon any spirits of tur pentine. Mr. Howard asked a rota on striking horse rakes, hone power*, tedders, hamos, scythe snaths, hay forks, hoes and portable grinding mills from the free list Ilia Senate refused to strike them oat. Potato hooka, pitchforks, manure and spading forks were restored to the free list, aa in the House bill Leather of all kiiwta, and goat, dear, calf, kid, sheep, bona, hog and dag skins, tanned or rartlally tanned, curried, finished or la tba rough, were stricken from the free list. Mr. rtMnm aaked for another vote on the propo sition to reduce the cotton tax to one cent Mr. Wilson moved to amend the ameudment by rnak H two cent#, and aa amended it was finally adopted. Mr. Nto, (rep.) of Nevada, moved to amend 1 he exist ing law In ralatlon to the tax on gas companies, so that they shall ha authorized to add the tax to the price of existing contracts, which was agreed to by the following vote:? Yc as?Messrs. Cnttell, Chandler, Dixon, Deollttle. Fessen den, Fogg. Fowler, Harris, Hendricks, Howard, Howe, Mc Dougall, Morgan, N\e, Patterson, Pomerov. Ramsay, I ?*rague, Stewart, Sumner, Trumbull, Van Winkle, Wade I and WiUey?24. Nat*?Messrs. Anthony, Conness, Cragin. Davis, Ed munds, Foster, Frellnghnysen, Grimes, Kirkwood, Lane, Poland, Rosa and Wilson -IS. On motion of Mr. Conn*?r, (rep.) of Cal., the vote by which lega o1 pianofortes were placed on the free list was rerun*idercd, and these articles were stricken from the tree list AiLTOirar of scprekk oor*T jnxjt*. Mr. Tacxnrtx made a report from the conference com mittee for the ullotmont of indues of the Supreme Court, which was agreed to. Tbe Senate Dill Is adopted by the committee of conference, the House receding from ita amendments. axEcmv* session. Pending farther consideration of the Tax bill the senate went Into exeoutlve session. Events* Hessinn. Tbe executive session adjourned at quarter-past Ova and the Senate reassembled at half-past seven. JCRIBDICTION OK TBI COURT OV CLAIMS. Mr. Lamb, (tep.)of Ind., called up the House resolu tion oxtendlug tbe jurisdiction of the Court of Claim* so aa to covar cases arising under receipts given for army stores by tho quartermasters of tbe army under General Lew Wallace during the Morgan raid Into Indiana and Ohio. Mr. Pombrot, while approving of the reaolntion, thought it ought to be extended to cover cases arising out of the invasion of Kansas. After the debate the resolution was passed, and goes back to the House lor concurrence in verbal amend ments. NATIONAL INSURANCE COMPANY. Mr. Morriia, (rep.) of Me., made a report from the Conference Committee on the bill to Incorporate the National Capital Insurance Company of Wa?hington, which was agreed to. THE INTERNAL BSVKNGB MIL. Tbe Internal Reveuue bill was taken up. Mr. Davis renewed his amendment reducing the tax on whiskey, prospectively fixing it at $2 to tbe 1st of October next, $1 60 to the 1st of April, 1868, and f 1 thereafter. Dlfajroed to by tbe following vote:? Yeas?Messrs. Buckalew, rowan, Davis, Fowler, <3rimes, Hendricks, Nesmllh, Patterson. Rose, Saulsburv, Sp rag tie, Trumbull, Wade, Williams?14. Nats?'Messrs. Cattell, Cragin. Creswell.'Dixon. Edmunds, Fesscnden, Fogg, Foster, HarrU, Henderson, Ilows, Kirk vsswssk8hermaD' a^ffisfjasssas SSlSSS.5S Tbe bill vu tli?n road a third time ?nit now goes to the Houaa for concurrence in ?S^d Mr "WnyAWMt ArraortUTTO* BILL. ,?? n~rL r"?5""""i"1 p.S.7"r tlST!iTKrSs saws N Yr'^^n ,f30?i!0:/Or Fort 8fh??Ier L^W Fori Schuyler, N?Y |60000' for'the' **oi,lt? OPP?*1?? Port Tom/k.^ 8Ut^, iCi '?? ^ fort at San-ly Hook. N J 1M Sio. r?i ,k 1 for ,h# fr?d f?' T$?. Jo'^t Clinch. a2 tm .? !r? ?^Dtwot for the fort at Fort Point 8Pmo? S i60'"00; fw ">? fort u^lJme PoUt? ij!'' ?"",000, for the fort at Alcalaraz lilanrt tun F>woUco B.jr, CaL^lOOOOOjfor Fort Preble, Portl^S nh IS?. " hn, harbor' Man.' ?MftS?' fv IndeP?l><l*n?^ Boston fn^TkM *l th? ?f Lake Cham plain, f20,000? ?laiuM purchase and repair of lastrumsnts.' f#r 'h8 P,rcl,?* of .it- now occS bomad* Pr#.T.W*d **?* ?? ?"??> purchase (hail theaJ?22??r^2? **aT#M| of m ?*P*'?ncy by the Secretary of War. and of the validity of the title br now^^M^"^' ?60 e0?; for "?? purchase of site* fh.T u bjr **raP<>rarf eeacoaat defences. provided that bo inch purchase shaft be made except upon the approval of It* expediency by the (Secretary of War and y??,d?,,0f th# U'" >r A^ey Gen'emf, 126,000, for tbs construction aad repair* of barracka and quartan for engineer* oorps at the depot of eu (ineer supplies, noar St. Louis, Mo came*from The'lfrmse "?** ?WCk#? 001 * th# bi" - '? ^SSsSSSiii^^ ararc Mr. Wns >s offered an amendment, wh:oh wasadooted aathorliiDK the detail of three officer* of the army and fmrnnmiimnm'? I?1 'u? pow*r of ?*??<? JHone navy lbs heavy guns of the lion olad ?rhfjh 1l0.RQAJf' 75?'' ?' !S"' ^ offered an amsMment, ZiI2JLeVdoCS; VP?P?l?Ua* 1260 000 lor the con ?tructlon of a barrack at Wilier* Point, K. Y., f*r the Engineer Corps. ' The bill ?ai then pasaad, . ?* ?''AVAL AmtOraUTIOW Hlt.L , ?? HP- Important item* or it were pubiiabrd in the House proceeding* of Wednesday The Mmmtttea recommended the striking out of a paragraph . directing the S-crefarv of the htorta f ???* ?* ?"* *hen offered to; tbe State of Cob ne<-?lcutof ? tract of land on the Thames river, asar New London, Conn., with a water front not leas than a m?e In length, for naval parpoaea. * .."J- ?MW ntorod to lOMd tbo MMidmfDl br an. i ?* ,tt* *tr7 u Moept a tills to a traM or land from any city, or State or oonntv tabs i "T! ,Mr*' P?n>os?s, provided s?ch aaceptancs ?h?n ?at Imply aa.v obligation on the part of UwCaitad States to.occupy the same or expend manay oa It. i,*fh.i?!kTVjr*fl',Oo?n-i ?? amend by add ing that the nnniiple hernia eootaiaad shall aaolv to tk? oocopatlon ofleague IM (????) !uKUS. ??rw!d t^??dm.hif ?' Mr. ?Tl*M* *? ??*nded wae dla w.'isiirt^a^sa i - ?""? Mr. Morau offered an amendment, which was airaml to^appraprtetlng $&,Km for tba aaval laboratory at Saw wll.^""5^C*^J?gVr*d M ?msodaaent antboriitog the m*k* ? farther sxcbange with theottv or Br^klrn fo,.^ ^ lyiB( ^ th# J/ ~ ""Ft which was adopteil. v,:r Jtat-n M ?w,r?,, 10 ?*rUt# 001flowing pm. I?t 22rt2 rnarter machl*. ^ r -^**r blaekmalth, matter n2?nuI^L.*allm*ker, aaetar plumber. jgsrT??Vs'-?' -- linlofthJ^L.^, J the adrlre and run. ; ?5tSSST?S!i ,h" ? thfetH?^..^^ y F'f' B#T" M amsndmcit that 2?e7^2? 21251 fl,Iwl whsnever a vacancy eant i t2i % vBd W,U| lh# lul''lc* **4 ooa sent af tbe Sonata; which was agreed to. amendadetldBi.W2ILi,l!21n ??? P???l? as amended, aad It was strlckaa oat *toT*'k?r^TI^T i,*w'.!1 " nmendrasnt that unl S?L bJ^!3 ,h*rMJf_t*r ?? "PPOintod by lbs Pre*|. to^ *dr,?* ?n< consent of lbs Senate mir'inWtS^.fJ!hp,i *o amendment that no working ,haU ^ com palled to pay money opinlona PDrp?^ OT ^ ^harg^l for political alroadvd'Im'hrVh'.^ "J1*8*1 *7 wqulrlng that money badl L8 no ait^lZr f. "I??. 'm elM"on? ?^>*11 b* paid tor > w ,?"? P"??- (Laxgb ?)i^w? iiiih l i *!d that as thsrs was a l" P0111)0,1 Wends upon Mr W??m?2. .en ' h* wo?W withdraw It ?. Th*bm^T.ndS^dWM *^d??n? ??r? .? ?SS?w5^,iS^11? "?h"' "t *"?" vote *?*Lm.??. wa.*a,r!sstr Mr AmomtATto* mt*. ^nfjrenoa on tha Indto SB^^i^glilTwS iJ^srsSSSrhafias# T?tsPenataalao^?itl^^^^SL?!w^..... ? Appropnailmt MU am* ?-* mux Armf faten** - ?a>aa? la a Committee of Oon m i.anwT.ATjva irraornunoft am. Mr. bb*riu*, iroui tne cpnrerenca committee oa tha UgUUtive, judicial and JSimuf EEmSSm W?T made a report thai fbe committee bad he?n able to iwrw OB alt the amendments except Umim relating to the salaries of tbe district judKe*, extra eompensatiou of certa n House employes aud mc roused salaries to certain em ploy Am of the Senate. On motion of Mr. Shsmian the Senate farther mutated on it* amendment*, and called for unotber conference committee. TBI TARIFF BILL was returned. Tbe question wan on adding to tho bill composed of tbe wool nee lion a of tbe measure Bow pending an amendment increasing tbe duties on all other articles except tea, ooffee, sugar, molasses, lumber, coal and railroad iron, twenty per cent, to go into eifect ten days after date. Wltbout action, the 8enate, at half-past twelve o'clock, adjourned to meet at eleven A. M. to-morrow. HOT78E Of BZPEX8BHTATIVE8. Washington, March 1, 1867. T'ue House met at eleven o'clock. oouurntu or (oNrmiiai The 8nAK? announced the appointment of com mittees of conference as follows:?On the Bankrupt bill, Messrs. Jeackes, Dawes and Dawson; on Compound Interest Notes, Messrs. Price, Stevens and Pomeroy; on tbe Transfer of the Iudian Bureau, Messrs. Kasson, Schenck and Wlndom ; on Reorgani sation of the Weutern Land Districts, Messrs. Julian, Donnelly and Taber; on the Supreme Court allotment Messrs Wilson of Iowa. Williams and Rad ford; on Indian Appropriation bill, Messrs. Kasson, Win dom and; on l/egtslativo Appropriation bill, Messrs. Farnswortb, Woodbridge and Ktdridge. CORRECTION OF THE JOURNAL. Mr. Davis, (rep. i of N. Y.. correcting tho Journal, stated that be had voted last nigut In favor of concurring in the Senate amendments on tbe Compound Interest Note bill, but that bis nstne was not recorded. Tbe journal was corrected accordingly. assay offhbs. The bill to establish certain assay offices instead of branch mints at Deuver, Colorado; Charlotte, N. C., and Dahlonega, Ca., which was up yesterday, was then taken up and passed. ran OLD TARIFF. Mr. Aij.?t, (rep.) of Miss., asked leave to introduce a joint resolution to repeal that paragraph of section Ave of tbe Tariff bill of June 30, 1840, which imposes a tax of ten per cent on tastings, mohair cloth, or other manufac tures of cloth lit for snoes, slippers, &c. Mr. SrALDixo, (rep.) of Ohio, objected. TBS 1 A? S OP NIW MSXICO. Mr. Boctwbll, (rep.) of Mass., from tbe Judiciary Committee, reported a joint resolution legalizing the laws of tbe Territory of New Moxico In the session bo tween the 3d of December, I860, and the 3d of February, 1867, signed by W. J. Arny, the same as if they had been signed by tbe Governor, which was passed. Till NAVIGATION OF THS OHIO.

Mr. Fuck, (item.) of Ohio, from the Commmlttea on Roads and Canals, reported back the memorial in refer ence to the navigation of the Ohio river, and the com mittee was discharged lrom Its further consideration. rCBI.10 LANDS FOR RAILROADS. On motion ol Mr. Hiobt, (rep.) of Cal., the Commlttoe en Public IamiIb was discharged from tbe further consid eration of the bill granting aid to the Stockton and Cop peropolis (California) Railroad Company. THS USriOlSNCT SILL. Tbe House then, at II :40, went into a Committee of the Whole on tbe State of the Union (Mr. Allison in tbe chair) on the Deficiency bill. Tbo Speaker had first designated Mr. Wilson of lowa to occupy the chair, but that gentleman excused h*in?eif on the ground of constant business as Chairman of the Judiciary Com mittee. Tne bill appropriates a little over eleven and a half millions. The following being the principal Items:? Deficiencies on account of pensions for army widows and others, $10,000,000; for navy widows and orphans, 170,000; for Capitollextenslon, viz., models for bronze oors, $8,040; material for and casting same, $30,800; eight monolithic columns, $11,200; ventilating, $0,000; arrears due to United States Marshals, ke.. for taking tbe eighth oensus, $67,000; for settling Indians on re servations, 4c., $80,000; repairing and furnishing Ex ecutive mansion, >86,000; aiding the American Colonl xatton Society to encourage emigration to Liberia, * ?0.000; opening channoi of the river Thames near Norwich, Conn., $36,000; Department of State fur des patches over the Atlantic cable, $30 000; permanent beacons In the lower bay of New York, $4M00; for copyrights, Ac., of American Coast Pilot, $20,000. The second section directs collecters to levy twelve cents per cask on merchandise exported, aud on which a drawback la allowed, and directs the refunding to the Liverpool, New York aud Philadelphia Steamship Com pany the duty paid on foreign ooal consumed by the company without the I'nltod States, and never delivered onXre in the United State*. The third section Ox*, the salary of gangers at Ne?f York at $2,000, provided that that aum does not exceed the amount of fees ?*nKd bv them. The eighth section appropriate ^ $t?00,000 to cany Into effect a treaty with the Choctaw Indians. The bill having been read for information, the Clork proceeded to read it by sections Tor amendment Mr SooruxD, (rep. > of Ta , moved to strike out the ap propriation of $8,M0 for models for bronze doors lor the CaoKOl He said Uiey were a nuisance, only serving to bloci up the way. If they were deposited in a museum he would have no objections. (Laughter). i Ur Pick (mn \ of MO gkid Ut Uld#riV00<l urrtf* fnr ti?e ?<*iiate wing and he suggested that ib? Senate mjf\to?*|^!?oatSt the 1) coa/.e doors on tho Hou? *"llV Fabotwohth, (rep. i or HI., spoke in the same tone about the bronze doorw. He said It was a very great piece of absurdity, and they should not have any tnoto ?Sir, In, (rep) of Ind., said akMt H* prongs sticking oat of tbetnVocateh peopla as thcr p?se<l, besides "arlngto nay a wwtcbmsn to prevent people from stealing the iteaiable portion of thone doors. Both sarunplu for bronie doors were striick ooL (rep.) of N. Y., ssked for mformalion about the item of $11,200 for eight monolithic commas. Ma_r? gnra', (rep ) of Pa-, aid lUrww, (rep.) of the required information. These were j for the south wing of the CaplUl, and it was deemed b iter to have each oompoeed ot a single stone lbMr?C?AM-?ii (dem ) of N. Y., moved an amendment to hi added as a proviso to the clause for census mar shals. that neither under this nor any other apjiropria tionhill should there he psld any sum of money loany nine** of the aovernment who was a member of any po HuSu club o*r ^r.^an organlxailoo, and he made a speech in enforcement of The amendment was rejected. .. Mr. Kahvok, (rep.) of Iowa, moved an '.? tame clause providing that no money nnd r it thouTd^e patd to'or ou account of any clamiant who participated in th. late rebellion or gave to it aid or C?:;:^ptrodhio, moved an appropriation of *20 000 for tiie expenses of the commission appointed h* the'tresident to visit the Indian country ?**r pU Ksn?y ^investigate the recent massacre there. Mr Wisdom, (rep.) of Minn , sus'alned the amendment, , ' . .. . nn. 0r two things would have to he done with these Indians?either adopt a fHjlicy tbst wou:d fm t op ftdoiH the poltc/ of (Jonernl Sherman, iX m h ^io^Mo General Oran., said, "Wo must act with * inactive earnestness against the riotu,_ wta t<o swsra ??? favored at least a* attempt to keep the Indians at AiaenntM took a somewhat wido range, bringing military and civil surerta Jtd^cs of the Indians. Finally ,the amenrt?en? ?? on which Mr WniDOii t commentary was, ?&llgo ahead, and assassinate all the Indian women moved nn appropriation of for j?rv-"E u? rmut! (rem.) or Iowa, moved to strike <mt the ap i%Ju>ritiion ot $36.00? Tor completing the repairs ol and Vh? Kxrcntirs Mansion, remarking that kH? rZurt last see*on (or the same it was a Wiokod and wasteful expenditure. purpow. lt w b saying that Con $76,000 for the Bxewtlve fiElS? ' plan to make the ExMUtSrO mSU wholewj.. ..^' ?d ontslde, h. Mro?muoffidtfcnt that could not ho f the appropriation* say srszzrzssr 1t-1*? .^ tk. mansion had disappeared! awd the how bad utsa W* *' fa Vtet to nay for pre pen y that 333S that tKM) never h.d be* e? ????**** ?H?y ^ 77* ufMal)TI Mansion ai exlatwl there to-dsy. Owing ^ OT, Vnmber of attwdanta a good dMl <? ? Son dortwed by oamml vtrntosn out of propertJMMd ?oon pof)(|| M niomeutoea, f.i ?iti? inanstoo had liMotst, otgWMB month, ago, "?ul ?55J"SSST thM It hiit** boon hoforo. "alwetof dLcneloe of *h* ??"?*? '? *5" Un^d Ihm ha^r~dr Men . .tiirtil for thi. parpM., and Mr. Swnii. "VT??? uM Mr. Prlco wb.i JrvSmStr h5 boon taken away by lt? '.?? Pnfli could not answer that qoesllon.Mltde. pended entirely oo th. of tb. trunks oon ^rJmwtmrw, mferrtng to that J^nuallon, d?j ss- suvr.AijSSSSSffKi Many of thM. bote, hnd been tmnquet hoxw, w ^^^^n^muTh. bod aot relied on mew ???? naner report*, bnt on tho authority of tho rteward of th. CEu* TfnnfltfL who Mckid Um tmnks with the different ^**1 S $30,000 of tho amount approprtated had gone to pay fw beck in?l*btod. n?? and for good. that bad bMn oarrlwl sway In the* Mromm?Not a*, nit?by no manner of meaaa. mI. 5ln^7 MMrt lt h^: and 1 defy oonirmtlc U?Mr. FAWftnrosTB?Whwo did you see tho testimony or tbMr*IU*o?i>-I bad th. statement from bio own B?r>V'itM??oi*-Wo bad th. olownrd ?o tortl^r bofotf the Committee on ApprojireUcas. . M.;. ?a,rt??-TOO, .ad hO |W0f0 U> *| ri?t bOfOte tl>vS0?<-'|^OWT>._Xh?o hw woo o |?oalor mistake than that. B. arver swore to anything of the In the rurther ooowo of the diaouerton Mr. ..4a Mine emphatic remark. In favor or returning ?o nronertv that bad been ordered without iaolhoniy, an F, mn| the dtgnlee of it flOl on thoM who were reepen Bible for It. Mr Kakpon. id reply, *?id that be N|P<U?I thai the gentleman- fr-m VlaM.achusetie I Mr. boi.twcll) shoild tiavo revived tbe scandal of tho lant s 's*ion on tb s iMih Ject. The suns tbat bil l teeu appropriated l u't lceu used m a lar.o part to pay prior expenditures. lo would net go further in this unfortunnt eeubjeot, for he did uot believe, to nae the phra*?of a certain nemspiper," "In wasbtng the dirty l.nen of the republic, in the eye? of the world." He wished the committor simply to understand that tbe object of the appropriation hnd becu authorized, but that Ihe expenditure bad exoueded the amount authorized ; and tbe only question was whe ther Congre h would now foot tho bills, er would leave unpaid ihe parties who furnished tbe property and p*r fortned iho work. Mr. Nikiacs, idem ) of lnJ., as a member of the Com mil ee on Appropriation*, ha l beou deputed to examine tbe condition of tbe White Home, mtd be related bow dilapidated aud unfurnished it bad been found when the present occupants came into poesi si-ion, they having been torced to go into tbe city aud buy table liuon, bed linen, Ac. Finally debate was closed, and the committee wat brought to a vote on the proposition. MfrftnwtKiK, (rep.) of Ohio, moved ?o add a proviso that no further payment* should tie mode on any ac count for repairing or furnishing tbe Executive Mansion until such accounts were subm.timl to a joint commit teo of Congress and approved, which wax agrend to. Tbe question recurred on Mr. Price's motion to strike out I be clause as oineuded, which was rejected?yea* 44 nays 6& Jr. Costuya roae to movo a pro forma amendment, and addressed an inquiry to Mr. Stevens. Mr. Hill asked whether debate had not been closed by order of ths House. Mr. CoNSLiNG suggested that as Mr. Hill bad occupied one or two minutes of bis (Mr. Conkllng's) timo, tho gentleman from Indiana would please sit down and allow him (Mr. ConLllng) to tiu sb tbe remark he was about to make wbsa Interrupted. Mr. Hill, riring a few minutes afterwards, remarked to Mr. Conkiing that if be deaired to celebrate bis with drawal from this house by an exhibition of Insolence be was entitled to all ths credit he oould gel out or it. IIo bad not inteuded anything derogatory of the gen tleman's right to be heard, and he thought his remark very unbecoming. Mr. Conklinu declared that ha did not know what re mark the gentleman from Indiana bad referred to, but If be were talking merely for the pleasure of hearing the sound of bis own voioe he could understand his object. Tbe only remark be could think of was a suggestion of tbe gentleman from Indiana, after be bad oocupied two or three minutes of his time, thr.t he would go along if the question was settled. If tbe gentleman from Indiana was so thin skinned as to take otlfcnce at that he must regret it?that was all. Mr. IUdtokd remarked, laughingly, on the democratic side of tbe house, tbat the apology was ample, and should be acoepted. In tbe further consideration of tbe bill Mr. Schrkck called attention to tbe repetition of similar Items in all these appropriation bills to be expended by tbe Commie* sloner of Public Buildings, and declared tbat he did not believe either In the etticiency or honesty of that oflicer, and as to his poetical accomplishments be was as good an officer ss be was a poeL (Laughter.) )|r. Titaysr, (rep.) of Pa, moved to striks out tbe paragraph appropriating $60,000 to aid ths American Colonization Society in rurnislilsg conveyance and aup port to such parties as desired to emigrate to Liberia. Tbe time was, be said, when this scheme oommended itself to ths judgment and support of many prominent men; but time, which tested all thing*, bad shown the utter Impracticability of the scheme. He could not belter illustrate it than by relating an anecdote. At a Bute dinner given not long since in Liberia tbe Liberian flag was displayed, bearing tbe inscription, "Love of liberty brought us hsre." "Yes." remarked a high ollioer of that government, repealing the motto, -'and want of money keepe us here.*' (I-augliter.) Hs char acterized the scheme as having been a total failure. Mr Maynard opposed the motion lo strike out the ap propriation, and argued that tbe colonization of Liberia was a success, and not a failure. The preeent Attorney General of Liberia was a native of Tennessee. He had recently revUited this country, and tbe result was that from the town in which he (Mr. Maynard) lived some one hundred and fifty colored people had since emigrated thero. Mr. Dint moved to amend the clause by adding the proviso tbat no part of the appropriation should be ex? ponded until tbe existing laws of tbe republic of Liberia are repealed which exclude white men from suffrage on account of color. (Laughter on both sides of tbe | House.) jjsjffg,aw 1 ",< """""? "?? ?? SsSirut full treasury, vole fifty thousand dollar" veil* i? J.,t K^1fl^a1dotngwtl0n0f "" COU"try' ^ d'd "?? andI oppressor. he would clasp hi* bands for lor anl ?liorea of ?iUrr?? "ia megTniee,b2^ wouM touch*be *? an abolitionist of twentymr^ta^. rvady to aay that a while man w? u 1'Tu* aLJV ho behaved hlmvtlf. ?oou M ? B#?ro if Mr. pcaldiso favored (he appropriation "*? ?? th>i i< was to enable the Colonlzit^ StV^o tfann^it ?tlevea hundred colored people, who were ai^ionf^ flnalgnli to Liberty and were prtmipf their tlifc^i ttnMI WM a'Sikui. ** ,htl 0,6 oolooizatlon scheme tJi!SnfTtUrC%'^("ntioa<,r "1" W" w> ?? the sag. Srtlr JTuP li.^ Z. *' ^Pooad tU! thl? evening, In SSSU wlib. bU',aM' 0t "?? mornl,,? hour f? pro ^O. motion rules were r:;rd riTeVnrin!!!!"' r0>% lbe m0r??l0tf h<">r post MSWW&lSg.!? ^?ker,? -1" tinnh^3r11*^ b"J' ?I*ntln* land* to aid in the conrtruc taSiw,^a,pi1 rrom s" F'Mci? (wp.) of Ul., briefly explained the bill on L if .^i rf.!. ""If1 ,r*nl of ??? wctiona of land ??*? V* ?f *?>* road, which would be about two ti?S nf Man^.f?rr mJ]*" J? length. In reply to the out*. ''?? ?f *r- Chanler, Mr McRuor Mated that all the min eral lands were reserved to the government, excent the iron and coal land*, and that cinnabar, or quicksilver " regarded as a mlnentl, aod there.'ore reserved. ' r"vor of the bill, describing the land In Ita present condition m worthless, there not being a wagon road in the county of Humboldt leadinc into any adjoining coanty. loauing Mr. JuttAH, irep.) of Ind.a as Chairman at tha p*m mlttee on Public lands,_ said that facts bad com? to his ?TJ? 1*"owl?dfi# -??><? 'he last session which prevented him now from givmc his support to the blli. Verr many remon*< rancet. had boen made against It on aZ tr?^ ?f J * "!Pnt of *?.? F*ot> ??<? ownUVtaS '?en ? '? WM"?u?Ujn urging the passage UinM ?n acci>"at "? <"? their private Tor having hoard of any remonstrance hidK ?f 1 froin Gallf"rni*. although im had hoard o! a remonstiauoe ag.i.ust it rrom a parly in .1 ? " v8r bad b-on in California, _ ?f HI., after some further d?tb?t? *bl*u!!d* ?* ?f tb' 1,111 10 lht Owtmlttea ? the'tawi'"^0' <r*P-) ^ ?hk>' m0T'*d 40 lb* w" on taW?* m0,,?n WU HrMd 10 IQ< th? hill was laid oa tb* The .Senate bill in rerareno* to penona imprisoned under |wat-nce for olToncea against the laws of in earh " <1??uc"'>n Of OOA month ,n*ch year i imprisonment for good ooaduct. Passsd ih i'i" ,Ve 1,1,0 "Dn#n<l 'he act of June 26, 1|??, ??. SbT p.e^raCil01 ?f * lB lh* I""rlct of ^nate blil to prevent the abaenc? of Torritorial dat1^ R9,9rrM t0 th? . TJI# h"l to authorize the Corporati.ia of Wash mbwISI??!! tfc* lnd Improve the aveauaa aa4 ^.^snrwrb.-'tr.' iMivas; M? 7. 'Sf ProP?rtr owners (I*P*>of "aaa., oppowd it a? oalrnlattd to b^^ald oaty^lESlrTw l^! which the city had '? fMum Gliding Iota ?? tbo*J5?tl * * ^Arter some further iUkuwms ihe bH! m r?r?. ? . i ? the OomratUee for the Strict of Colu?bJ^ r#f#rr^' ?? "SS^TSSr^U..1 ('?p.) of Nick., the Nil via paieed SaaMnC^ir V*?1",0*nawrr ?r?Uhotme and aweL 5 f' ?J*?* f ?r,"t of to Oallforala te a d m the const ruction of oertata railroads. thT'bw l ?*plJln*4 a*<> muU hv "" ?flort" 'hat were being if? iL.f? TST. c,p1ujl,u 10 ?*Ceat it. lands! su.^i XL}** Coram Itc* OB PuM.c blIT fnn^Is u .- ? ^Mam 1 had examined the Mainirt tt V?J?tr?or<,lBwy oo*. Md agreed to report Mr ^ rL Em ??I# to lay It oa the uble. t1?f in^JT. "h,Mh#r 11 WooM ??* he more for sctuiU^uiemeif" ,*Mrv* h#r WmH*,mn<ta t0T 'hat actual settlers would not it? ^ homesteads within fbrtr yearn. ??' then put the question why a railroad oom vaufer ** lM<tl ,f thv V(r* * lu?h Mr Bnwau Intimated, la reply, that the company Maid borraw money to build the road with more ftrllliy w *fi * P*ot from the government ?? *AT"t?o Inquired of Mr. Bldwell whether he la'Sew {l:?r ?*land ln ?rd,r 10 hoodwink capitalists Mr. Btowau. did not think that would be right. Attar soma further discussion oa lbe same Mr. Conk liko moved to lay the bill on the table, which disposition wm immediately made of it. Satiate bill for the relief of Inhabitants of cUlea and towns on the poblltrlaoda Mr. Jtruaif. from the Committee on Public Lands, moved a substitute, the purport of whloh M to attthorUe the corporate authorities of towna settled oa tha public lands to enter them at the land ofloe at tha minimum price for the benefit of the corporation. I*m evtowtata *a U? ami tae btU, ad Intended, passed j voLorraua aho mi Mmrvn Atrt. Yr Tr:iACl, fWih lbs OommitUe of CoafaraaM on the Mil declaring and flslag tha righto of volunteers as a part of the army, made a report whloh waa agreed to caanBHTui* or a* raws* t*ti via aucr rn?a a so am* AMD rax A*. Mr. CA*rr?tx, ('lam. > of tenn , presented the creden tial* of Mr. Christie, member elect from the guth dis trict of Oeorgla, and Ur. Tamst* Mem.) of Ky., Ilk* credentials from Mr. (billon, member elect from Texas. bJ3JiSr^?i,iifp*,tru r? ?? l.vrnlng ni ,si0?, i Th? Houau returns it* ses ..^n UL'-paac ..r,.,, | o'clock ui?pu?r?vT or 0MO> m TH? tnamnst msnvo ok ii k. I Mr La rim, rep.) of .V. V, from tho Committee on Priming, roporrau back the mumorial of the KoMiera' and Sailors' I'nion ot WVhln^ton, which charged that | discharged t'aioff soldiers bad oecn without catu? di* m>?sed from employment, slating that there wan no foundation Tor tin' charge, and that (bo gentleman who Ulcd the oliice ol Suporluicudent of Public Printing bad performed iiu duties rnojt faithfully, patriotically and satisfactorily. AKOlHkK f.Ft'OKT TO HBTHAL A SECTION OF THE TARIFF ACT. Ifr. allky a*ked leave to introduce tbe Joint resolu tion which bad I'eou objected to tbia mormug to repeal (be section ot the Tariff bill lazing laaliuga, moh.i r cloth, &a, for hboob, 10 per cent. Mr. Ito-nand others objected. LANDS WANTKD TO AID IN TUB CON-VRrCTlON OP A GAJUI Mr Uidwkll asked leave to introduce a bill ,-training lands ( j aid in the cons-ruction of a canal ia Cal.lorui*. Mr. Boa* and others objected. PKIVATK RIUKF BILL. Mr. Ltnoh, (rep.) of lie., called up tbe motion to reconsider tbe vote laying on t,he table a bill auihoricing tbe Secretary of tho Treasury to issue to Win. Plerca dnplicalo bonds for fMiO 1" Oregon war bond?, lost on board the steamship Golden Gate in July, ltktiL The vote was not reconudorod. CLEAhMti TUB 81'IIJ KIR'S TABTJI. Tbe House resumed the consideration of bastoctis on the speaker's table, and disposed thereof as follows:? Senato bill authorizing Nathan Sargent Ouslln to cbnnge his name to Nathan Sargent, which was panned. donate bill to incorporate tbe tbe Howard University of the District of Columbia. Passed. Senate bill for the relief of Peuipsey Reese, mall eon tractor of Indiana, relieving him of a contract entered into by mistake. Parsed. Senate bill to amend the act to continue, alter and amend the charter of the city of Washington, authorizing the corporation to licenae insurance companies. Agreed to, with an immaterial amendment. Mr. Hoss fin: si-nted an amendment that hereafter no liceuso shall be given for the Bale of ardent spirits. Ru led out ot order. Senate hill extending time for tbe completion of the Metropolitan Street Kail read. Mr. Ixcekkuli. moved an amendment authorizing the Metropolitan Kullroad Company to occupy and use por tions of the road of the Washington aud Georgetown Railroad Company, on such te.uis as may be mutually agreed upon. Mr. IU*u*a, (rep.) of N. Y., paid that the Washington and Georgetown Railroad Company had not asked for this bill, and that It would be un invasion of their rights and ? fraud on the people. Mr. Ma fx aid, in view or the opposition of the Wash- \ Ington and Georgetown Railroad Company, declared him ?elf adverse to tne amoudment. V Mr. In<ier.?oll could not see any force In tbe objection, as the amendment could have no effect except with the consent of the Washington and Georgetown Railroad Company. The amendment was rejected and tbe bill was passed. Senate bill to amend the act incorporating the National Theological Institute. Passed. Senate bill to grant certain privileges to the Alexandria, Washington and Georgetown Railroad Company, which wu passed. Senate bill authorising limited .partnerships in the District of Columbia, which was parsed. ALLOTMENT OF JVDOBS Or THB SIPRBMB COl'RT Mr. Wilson, (rep.) of Iowa, from the Committee of Conference en the Senate bill to provide for the allot ment of members of the Supreme Court, made a report, wblcb was agreed to. Tbe House recedes trom its amendment for the appointment of a United States Mar shal by the Supreme Court of tha district. THB AKKT APPROPRIATION BILL. Mb. Stbtxns, from tha Committee on Appropriations, reported bacic tha Senate amendments to the Army Appropriation bill, wblcb were disposed of as follows:? The appiopriiUion of $260,000 for tbe Rock Island bridge over tbe Mississippi was first taken up. Mr. Soofield hoped tbe House would non-concur. This Congress bad embarked in a great many things, but he believed this wu the flrst tiuio it tikd gone into tha bridge business. He recollected that an old gentl eman writing to him once a letter of adrloe told Mm to bewaro ot bridges. (Laughter ) Mr. Price advocated the appropriation, and stated the facts In connection with tha proposed bridge. The proposition rare rise to considerable discussion, which was participated in by Messrs. Soofield, Price, Sloan, Schenck, Davis, Grinncll and others. The amend meat ?u non-concurred in?yeas a?, My* lus. The other amendments ot' interest were?appropriating $2,MM) (or tUe survey of ? National l'ark in Washington, which was concurred in: suspending for one year tuo operation of Section 3 of the joint rosolution of June 10, 1806, relative to the Military Academy. Mr. Roes moved to amend tbe amendment by repeal lae the section. Mr. -cuwiu* suatatnod the proposition. Mr. Rofw' proposition wan agreed to, and the Senate amendment, as amended was concurred in. Appropriating $150,000 for buildings near JefTeraoa rille, Ind., as storehouses for gorernment property. Nun-concurred in. Making it the duty of officer* of tbe army, navy and Freedmen's Bureau to prevent the whipping or maiming of person* rb a punishment for crime by the sentence of Civil aulkofltltn or aauita tu Ihr rubst states. Concurred in, with tin ameudment making It apply aiao to sentences of military courts. THK OHIO I.COISLATVBB. Pending ita consideration, Mr. L> Bu?n, (dem.) of Ohio, submitted a resolution reciting tbe recent vote in the Ohio Legislature refusing to strike out of the State constitution the word "whit*," thereby repudiating the action of the republican majority in Congress; and in structing tbe Committee on Reconstruction to report a bill establishing a military government over the people of the eo-ealled State ot Ohio until such lime as the peopio the reof adopt a republican form of government. (Laughter.) Mr. Skvbbs thought be could almost agree to the resolution. He was not quite sure tbat Ohio should not be guaranteed a republican form ef government, and also Pennsylvania. tub Altar arpRoraiATtON box a?-un*n. Providing for tbe disbanding of tbe milttarv forces in the late rebel States. Concurred ia. Allowing travel ling expense* to volunteers mustered out in distant Ter ritories. Concurred in. Tbe amendments being all disposed of a committee of conference was asked oa the disagreeing votes. THK MXIMR BILL. Mr. Jn>rKu, (rep.) of R. 1, from tbe Commit tee of Conference on tbe Bankrupt bill, made a report tbat the House recede from all dts sgivement to all the Senate amendments, except one (rum which tbe Senate is to recede. Ho ex plained that nine-tenths of tbe amendments were merely formal and verbal, correcting the text. One essential amendment was to giro tbe appointment of registers to the District Court, the appointments to be made, however, oa the nomination and recommendation of tbe Chief Justice. Another amend ment in reference to corporal iuu* was to oonfine tbe operation of the bill, as had been intended, to hasinaer-, money or trading corporations. Mr. Hanaro moved to lay the conference report oa the table, the effect of which would be to lay tbe bill on tbe table. the vote was taken by yea* and nays, snd resulted, yeas 71, nays 83. So the conference report was not laid on the table. Mr. Blaibb, (rep.) of Me., at lialf-pest ten o?cloek moved that tbe House adj jurn. which was negatived? yeas ft, nays 90. The previous question was tecouded. and the main quest ion ordered on agreeing to the report Mr. Lawbbkis, (r-p.) of oiilo, renewed the motion tbat the House adjoura, aud called for the yeas aad Bay*. The yea* and nays were n?t ordered aad the House refused to sd.|>?ira. These mottoes were of tbe lit. soring order, and the refusal of th" House to adjourn was probably owing la part t? aa appeal made by Mr. Morrill, who said be ex pected* the Senate ameadment to the Tax MU to be acat to tbe Rouse within hair aa hour. l>urtag these proceedings messages from the Senate were received at intervale at flee or tea minutes, among them being toe anaouacement that the be nan had pamed the Tag bill, with amendments, ia which It requested the coacurreace of tbe House. Tbe vote wae then taken by yeas aad nays on agreeing to th? Cuafernoe report on tbe Bankrupt WB. Tbe greatest inferos* and excitement was aaaanested oa tafklag this final vole, members crowding lata the area, we'ehine the r#3ult aad endeavoring to cbaage vote* one side or the other. At oae moment there was a majority of one in favor of the report, taea a majority ef one agaiast it; tbsa a change of a vote front "aye ' to "ao, aad aa other change from "ao* ta Vitially, to the great joy aad relief ef Mr. '?Bcfeaa, the antnor of tbe bill, tbe result wss aaaoaaced by the Sneaker w yeas 78, aavs 71, as follows Yaas-Me?-rs, Aabley of ? vuio.Ba jUr. Beamaa. Berirn. Bldwlh. W"W, Brai.l-gee. BuekUnd. Ben-ty, rSaSak Oerhe of Kaasa*. Darting. D-rH, jssst 'luftikiM Huobard of W. T., Hubheed of If. Y., Hub> hirt *M!oan' II'ih'-ell of K. *"?. Hulb'.rd. Humphrey. Hunter Jei?eke?. Jee*?. Belief. Keteham. Laito, Long year. Marvin, McRuer.*fooi be*d, Horria, Newail, Plko Pom arov. ItHitronl Bsymoid, Bine o? Maaa. Bloe rf Me., Kofrere. ties* Hpa'dln*. Htafr. Mtr*use,Teber. Taylor ot b.V? Thayer, fraocit Thoaiaa, John L. Thomas, Jr., Thornton. Trimble, TmwtwMfe, fr?<e, Van Aeraam, Tan Horn. Ward of W. T., Warnrr, vi'M4'"irne of lad., Weatworik. Woodbrtdge, ^WAvi?Meaare. A noon a. Araell. Ashley, Baker, Barker, Blnaliaia. Blaine. Bout wall, Boyer. Brum wall. Broom 11. Campbell. Hark of Ohio, Cobb. Cooper, Uullom, Dawaon. Defreea, Delano Doming. Dodge. Dumoat, Bekley, Kldridge, Karquhar, Kmck, Oarfleld, Ormnell, Harding, Hawkina. Hayes, Hilt. Htae. Hubbard of Weat V.. Hubbett of Ohio. Jul tea, Kerr, Konls, Kuykendall. Latham. Lawrence of Pa., Lawrenoe ef Ohio, Le Blond, Loan, Marshall, Mart ton, Maynaril, McOirg, Merror. Miller ef Pa., Morrill, Meyers, O Sell, Urth, Pain.. Perhem. Prion. Randall of Ky., Bolllna. Sawyer, Hchenek. HcoQeld, Shank lin. Nn?ila bargsr, Bloke*. Waahbarn of Mass., Walker, Wkaiey, Witaoa ef Iowa, Wilson of Pa?71. So the report was agreed to and now goes to the Senate for its action. TBS TAX Bat. Tbe Senate amendments to tbe Tax bill were then takea from the Speaker'* table. _ . . Mr. Mobkiu. moved to aoaeoncnr In the Senate amend menta la groea qpd to a* for a Coa>ml?teeof Con "SteWttUAMB, (rep.) of Pa, fopm* *<?<Blna|id th> reading of the ameadment* in tuft, J copied several hoen. Re did aot, however, laslst opoa his right in tbat respect. . The motloa was put aad pfWpUy agreed le. So the amendtnenU wer*' non eoncnr^J^an^wt^ ffouM con*i?t*"ef Messr* SorrflS SSfS r. M ihe Bbbbb sdjoorhed. STH.L AMOTNER IMK* ? WH-Alf LPMU. pBti.AMti.rBt*, Mnrch 1, 1R?7. ThnmM V 'toll ?ti<s found dead In Seventh street ihle li. 71 doaih viii" d by a blow, snppo'ed to be from a n mnslr.'sn, ind'bad been olaylag a? ilarif W" violu was lying brokea beeldeW Nq Jlie ^ 10 lh* perpeirater.