Newspaper of The Washington Standard, 19 Ocak 1867, Page 1

Newspaper of The Washington Standard dated 19 Ocak 1867 Page 1
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On being solemnly airaigned lor his offense in the Common Hall, it appears, from tlie written reports of the Court of Common Pleas, that lie defended himself by i lie following plea ofeon fti>sion and avoidance: "I Inllv ad mit that 1 took a 100 from liim in copper; and not only one lint sever al; and not only fees in copper, lint foes in silver: but 1 pledge niv hon or as a I iwyer that 1 never took a single fee from Idm in silver until 1 had i£<>t nil his gold, and that I never took a .single fee from him in copper until L had got oil his silver; and yon don't call that a degradation lo our orderK" fligpA the new* agricultural enterprise*, we Jind one mentioned which lias several Mines been at tempted, hut which, heretofore, lias met with only partial success. A company has been tonne t in Chats worth, lilinois, for the manufacture of licet sugar, ami has GOD acres of beets growing this \ear. They es timate the crop at ten tons to .the nerc, which would yield full one mil lion pounds of sugar. The maehinc ery of the company is new, was bought in Germany, and is said to bo in the moat perfect order. We B'jppose the operation of manufac turing the sugar lias already com menced- If this enterprise is suc cessful, the business will probably spead throughout that State and the northwest, aa one or two other com panies are already moving in the same enterprise. ggf* To what city in Europe is a man going when he marries? Young lady—Oh ! it's Nice. Old maid—lt's Hamburg. Solid Dutchman—Bologna. Bridget—To Dublin, euro. Practical parent-r-lle's going to Havre. Snarling old bachelor—He's go ing to Rouen. FRANCE. —Tho total number of horses, cattle and other domestic an imals in the whole of Fiunce in the present veni is as follow*i Moises. 8.000.000 ; USM>S, 4UO,0<)0; Milieu, 3.V) oon-. horned cattle, 14.200.0M0 ; •beep. 33,000.000; .V,Xi*i.«ioo. 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J<- *■ - l».»fk »»-» Vlr» K tth *rM u> fin* » *®»t« r»ijt. » «1 m •»>■ ( '»»••'!«' |' »--« i a n ti4»rr t«» l«i «>*» ii . «i hrol. lir *i* tjk«- t.» tl«- h nlttt' 1 lir «< <• f -■ * aft«*r. It :.J'J'»* til T !*• Ilk h.l l> • f •ll<»winj» )> 1 > \ii-titu u :iii :i pr>>j> •- <>f in.trri.ijrv, :i!»«l liettinii* 1 «iii«»«i!• ji ilou»v, iK-ti r:ui:i« ti (•» oijil !it-r lil ami lii» own. XKW YOUK, Jan. 7- —Negotiations for the merging of the {Southwest Paeilie Kuilroad Company into the Atlantic and Pacific Railroad Com pany were concluded today and Henry H. Ward and Leonard •Jer ome, of the present hoard, and S. I'Yahes and Charles Gould, were elected a hoard of dilectors for the latti r C mipany. W.ASIIIXUTON, .Tan. I.—The Sen ate, after a protracted debate be tween Johnson ol Indiana, Howard of Michigan, I Lowe of Wisconsin, Chandler ol Michigan and Sauls bury of Delaware, passed tin* hill repealing the Amnesty Act by a vote of ayes, 28 ; noes, 7 —the hit* tor being Dixon of Connecticut, Doolittle, Hendricks of Indiana, Johnson of Maryland, Morton of Minnesota; Patterson of Tennessee and Salisbury of Delaware, The hill having originated in the House and passed the Senate, it now goes to the President. WASHINGTON, Jan. T. —The Sen ate was not in session to-day. In the House, speech-making was the order of the day. Spauldingoft>hio argued in favor of the admission of the Southern Slates upon their rati fication of the Constitutional amend ment, which ho sai I was the under standing heretofore. .Ho warned Congress against an impeachment of the President. Tliad. Stevons replied, characterizing Spauhling's speech as pernicious, and declared for himself that though the South ratified tho amendment, lie would impose upon them negro suffrage. WASHINUTON. Jan. f>.—Tliad. Ste vens wril on Monday, introduce a resolution instructing the Judiciary Committoo to prepare a bill declar ing the rebel districts in a state, of seige, suspending the writ of habeas corpus and establish military govern ment until the States are regularly admitted into the Union. There is a growing sontiment among Republicans in every direct ion in favor of the impeachment of the Pi •csident since the recent decis ion of the Supreme Court iu regard to military trials. WASHINGTON Jan 7. —Tn the Senate Cattell, of N. introduced a res »lu tion directing the Commissioner of Agriculture to prepare pickages ot the cereal productions ot the several States for the Paris exhib'tioii. Mr. Wade, of Ohio, imlUh! u[> the N.•lir.wka Mr. Howe. «»f \Vm„ matlr a in Gnnrof it»H'l ««f !(>♦• ».|" *uf fr..f • f •*" tb» -r*H r» T!* '.«»«rtnn *i« an *u^«| au;<l ?!»<? *-* *ha!i T *W- n «mli tW f uxUmMita' <-»«»'! ;*w«r. • it tb»*» * W 4 - tt in crral " (•JffK-k n»Wf * aau ■*» » tjar ■"V-*w »■■* of nmfaar, v*4 liar taw L -fi-'»*•*« r...« »Mt ar*"* %»«*•* •• far fea* wt ■ —»> a •*»■' Tbr « • « «**■■— M- *%■» »• • ' *-» -V. 4# Am* f r<MMw f«p*y " ■>— i —t - - «''■ T*i C • inyui ■ ■ <Wb »t %i» t» »i' i— p'~4 «fc»AJS»-w -wf -%»■ ~ ■ mm <mm» -*« 4T Mr «*» wi«p •crirK T »\ rcxtiMCf. >IN L: IT k\IW jaw as ». wc. -Ski.. $m f m *4r •* mmm h>*t taw -i* «** m- mm «*' «W 9* .mmm **&*• f Wt i iff >ll f I"%iiii).<wai "" T - ■»•!—» «w f avW % ?!■» *» *4 *%■!— iwr *. -g», %B» t ' - ■ ■ - " » 1 'gfc tr-i. mj of9' \inf *•€ < awr*"•! t*» 'E; • it* 4ft Sjk UMw N«y #» W fe| 4 At JaMk N —TM t> .«fuig .» * * «»• >4 t ■ * * t*»* >«"»- jf- «oi tt>r \r arjtMui im! « . tai-« am 4 tu»* <jf »#• »m . > »-vt* Itrt ret** i > K i*nn»wj • |A f' . \ >tj fti I. ! ?'ta* tt««» mrt »hal! r* T«• *' '« kjid >' «* i f N rj*kj. jft! >fti 11 at tli«T«* ftly I li* it » jltr;i!.'t tiNii* of <| ii., 1 »»f the t-\<*r • <>f tit** «"lo live |i jut'liiK or «• ( aii* .vr iijrlil, t" *»ii |K*r*«»i» hv I. i in n| ran 1 or cXivjil In .iuii-ft ii >t t.»x• •«I : Aviv —i'attel!. ('handler. <*otine»s i ("rv*\v«dl. IvinniinU. l*V»-i'ii •l< ii. Knsijr. Fowli-r, Lane. M<«rrill. I'olund. Kamsay, !{••!'■», Sherman. Stewart, Sii miner ami Van Winkle —'J<». Nays—Buckalew, Cowan. Dixon, |)oolitth>, Foster, Grimes, Ilcmhick, Howe, Johnson, M orgi::. Nesniith, Norton, Patterson, R'uhllc, Sauls, burv—ls. The Colorado bill being taken up, Henderson's amendment was added thereto by 21 to 18. The bill then passed by 24 to 12. There were sev eral absentees yesterday who wore counted upon to override the bill. It will be a close shave however. The Speaker presented a com munication from tlie Secretary of the Treasury transmitting the report of J. Ross I} row no iu regard to the min eral resources of the States and Ter ritories west of the Rocky Moun tains. The House were considering to day a resolution declaring that the 18th article of the Constitution rat ified prohibits slavery as punish ment for crime. The House Judic'ary Committee have under consideration the im peachment of the President and de cided to proceed with tho investiga tion and summoned Ashley to come before them to-morrow morning. Tlie House IWtoffice Committee had under consideration to-day a proposition to establish a Govern ment telegraph lino along post routes, to Itc under tho control of the Postmaster General. This com mittee will give an audience to the telegraph men who favor the scheme at the next meeting. Cragin, ofN. H , called up 4he bill relative to Pension Agents, which provides that tho President, with the consent of tho Senate shall appoint. Pension Agents for the term of four years for each State and Tsrritorv. Lane, of Indiana, said that one ofits objects was to vacate the offices of men who had boon ap pointed during the summer by the President. The consideration of the hill was postponed. Tho Nebraska bill was taken up. Summer opposed the admission of

States with Constitutions restricting sullVago to the whites. PORTLAND, Me., Jan. 7.—A train on the Wells & Conway R Vilroad ran off the track at South Berwick to-day. A passenger car. contain ing <>"» person*, was hurled down a steep hank forty feet. Nearly all on l»oarii trere more or let* injured. The yriilent vw ca«i«ed by ice. Si Jurcra. M'».. Jan. T.—An at tempt »a« tnvl- la t nifM to Mow ■|> |W bmMih« in ! ff ilnrr • 4 l«»f K •*' v n» i taM a*»<| aJ^xn %mt «'•» ll'' mw a M»f<t rxr « II r («rr4 W»« an 4 a *m * f*»\* M a-4 «i> i>>r it • k*z •* O<*r UTr awl tv Mm L-k m *m-4 hai m ****** flu* vvfcMrianNß afep awHMv I** 1 ** "** .in——tfhaak - mm- : Sxaaaw Kta an v* 1 im i *—• W Stm * «4> It m. |w~-« »- %|||>4 - fw % -Wa^i«yi *- * # A. ' ar « »• W tW li «• «» «» «• I - ;#N», • « «M «g alpr MMB wr.m ■< M» 6aat *Lmg* ■ •» ihi * %l 1 jijjk* I k iaVf i ?' TU.- 1 ' nf «•»!»*. |Cii »a« iTa| W W V-r^ia. \t V i. J*i. I.—T»c mirvm; jof't? a" • | f«—e tW iiaivviß^kt I' '- I t. Ti>f Tm+** «ai« «L t i ' " £ «»ri W l»J it. v..." "i •* it:Ui!i J>4'>i->n Tl. li l'Ji *A\* li-*t .-■ i'r it .<uj» »•*•* u t»| n >th . i •'■■ ilijii in* |uiIIMII ir, ir »:n .l,«-k«in «i>»wn. Tin* / - ,\- tl i-liar_»fs lire iirxiiiiiff im»reti t' «••««» P»>j»CHte<Slv rnndc on tin- !l > r «•! the H>»n*e, and believe* that t' >• n.ite «vill throw them ont. The K vrs> \\* it disgraceful to the oru" iiii/.atioii of the House that the subject of impeachment goes be fore a committee of nino mom hers, in which the President has hut one friend and lie not an actual member. Tim eight remaining members will leave the case to Ashley in its pre paration. liontwell.will do the work of impeaching in the committee. Onr only hope now is in the Senate which may respect the laws and the facts. In the meantime the Presi dent bears himself with a patience and dignity which ought to command the reapee" of the country. Ati adjustment of the Nebraska Hill has hcon made on a basis of Sen ator Esmond's resolution that the Legislature shall not abridge or de ny suffrage on account of color, any thing in the proposed State consti tution to the contrary notwithstand ing; anil upon this basis both Ne braska ami Colorado will ho admit ted immediately, by majorities suf ficient to insure the passage of bills over tin? President's veto. Another Arkansas delegation has arrived at Washing'on to oppose the admssi m of representatives until tne State can bo organized on the basis of universal suffrage. Silk manufactures are nt Washing ton in largo fo"co, lavoring an in crease of the duty on imported arti cles They say their business has largely increased during tho past year, and if protected tho business will soon he self sustaining. Central America is quiet. The cholera has br»kc out on the Nicara gua Transit route. Fortv-six U. S. soldiers, distined for California, Had died, whilo awaiting the steamer America. Judge Abel delivered an important charge to the grand jury which caus es considerable comment iu political circles, lie ably reviewed the late causos that led to them. He. quotes law to show that the Couventiou of 1800 was an unlawful assembly; A ttsEFi i. SKILLKT.—A Southern correspondent gives tho following illustration oftho poverty.of South ern resources in the culinary art, which is rather good: The stylo of cooking, generally, is n feature that cannot fail to attract the attention of the traveler in the South, and a good anecdote is told me by a Southern gentleman on this point: An old Quaker ladv had trawled iu the South, and on bar re turn North was a>ked hy a friend what ahe thought »»! the cooking. She replied : Well, tb**« can li»v«' iiiin*U!(y. I Uv<4 at a frUsiKi'-- and in tl>« morning I bad a j •killrt in. 1 ImJ •*» fc"**' ttta'i m*4c mr Im'rt. tW« alf - ' vw ti'» i-f tbf mm W<fc tW «n p4 >«, ' m I a f«tl nw M tW kit«+ r-i, Iu« nw* acdhi <»*** tiw «V krf m 4 fV»« fr» mmm | • * . * » • Ir* t? <maiFP ""4 W iNr ft l mm* - * $* 'V —» *■***■ % f ■ - -Ht fIwgJWL *» -x. 9am €M9 Wki iift' # WRKto 0 *" w # «*?' mm em *m L »<•» A v-«*« Mb ".' 2*4? C Jk W Mi- HMf •'^ r f*r «hh» jgMmm WsM- <4%. IB* IfcH* m~m. wpr #• «P» Wtfß*' * IN* Mt, .JWMK Mr 4MH X*S i «r Y1.7 jmd 1 m mratmf iwr >■»■< «. m L»W er ■»- unki; trii«irrMM »f feeling thai! d«- lor ur fr< a (Wiwißf wdi • d»»- oMiriH.- *• I Mm4tr afftafriflte t* occ»»i<m- If the pur]<u«e «m t<> rvbake intolerance. |ini oneharita hlem-aa, or tn e«taMi<li it a« a fact in the mind* ofthe |»eo|ile that the Ad min i«tra:ion intend* to sfive aid aud cum fort to it* friomU. f ra|tt-»hot and ; cuni*ter, aorpants ami tUoncs to its ( enemies, a better example could not: have I>eeu found in the Territory, if oti the coast. Gov. Pickering was a natural big ot, holding all men who differ with him in opinion as his enemies, and of course enemies ot' the country. He removed McUill from the pos ition of his private Secretary, two or three years ago, because he refused to vote as a member ot the Legisla ture, according to his dictation, and it was found difficult if not impossi ble latterly, to procure National ap pointments (the principle patronage of the executive) for any who could not meet the severest Radicalism, His Radicalism was inbred; an Englishman by birth, he held more than an average proportion of the antipathies of that people for the in stitutions ot this country. Had he remained at " ome" his "sympathies would maturally have been with sc- , cession—the same impulse made him in America, a Federalist, an Ab olitionist, a Republican, and finally a Radical, lie believed that the i people of this country never had governed themselves, and referred to ; The six million of slaves who had no voice in public affairs as a final proof, , In the times of the Union party he j held to the dogma that no man could ho loyal who did not endorse the , Chicago platform of 1860. His en- mity against Democracy extended to the second degree ; ho not only con sidered all of their antecedents un- < trustworthy, but suspected whoever < gave credit to such for honesty or j sincerity o( purpose. lie maligned, j persecuted, and tried to read out • of the partv those who sustained I Senators ftesmith and Harding 1 as Union men three years ago. It is I now said that ho intends to hold on i to his office until his successor is con- i firmed by the Senate. Ido not know : whether this report is founded on I his declaration, or inferred as a mat- J tor of course from hie tenacity and ] Radicalism. Such would certainly be the moat natural course ior him t?. pursue, as he was neve? yet known 'i to give up anything, or to neglect to uso anything that was calculated to Injure his own party. His removal has l>ecn akked and implored at any : time duing the last three yeara by tho conservative element, on the ground that to keep him in office was to encourage and eoantenanoo his persistent etforta to reduoe the Unioa partv to Republican limits. The oifly difficulty that I could cvar understand »m tbc horror inspired at Washington by the idea of having bini back there oni»r*»ri<kd for. It rat wrll onderrtnod that hi-affnint m~ot wmjmr «t Mr !>•«»*«"• *7 >)<*«. • fcaaWfiiaAs Na» afta, •rfcirli mm JW" *• •* llr V b>*e ll»M !I»1 W —J—>—» tw t ffiia •»- i *■•4l M 3S3L tratiott nrtr, for dMlovahj—ip»- ibieioatij tLAeU witL Lit wa tat ter. "llicjarkat ttfnUi fa.** PEOCI.tDINOS or TBI lECIKLATIVE iUKWBLV HOIW, MOXDAT, Jan. 14, 1867. House met pursuant to adjourn ment, > Absent—Messrs, Barstow, Jacob* and Page. Prayer by the Chaplain. A message was received from Gov, Colo informing the Assembly of his approval of An act relating to license in Kit sap county. Mr. Morgan introduced II B No 78, an'act for the relief of Jeftersou county. Mr. Van Bokkelcn introduced II B No 79, an act tor the relief of Stevens county. [Authorizes Territorial Treasurer to credit Jefferson and Stevens coun ties with the amount of sundry cost bills.] Mr. Knapp introduced H R No. 9, relative to printing acts relating to Justices of th« Peace. Mr. Morgan introduced II J R No 17, relative to new business. [Provides that no new business be introduced after Friday, Jan. 18th.] Substitute for C B JSTo 17, an act relating to attachments in civil ae* ions, was rea '. Also, II It No 71,' an act to amend au nut relating to corporations, On motion, llouso adjourned. THE EVE. —The language of the eye is very hard to counterfeit. Yon can read in of yourj compan* ion while you talk whether youjr ar» gument hits him, though his tongue will not confess it. There is a look by which a man shows he is goiug to say a good thing,[and a look when he has said it. Vain and forgotten are all the fine offices of hospitality it there l>e no holiday in the eya llow many invitations are vowed by the eye, though dissembled by the lips! A man comes away from com? paiiy; has heard no important re mark, but, if in sympathy with the society, he is cognized of a stream of life that has been flowing* to him throngh the eye. There are ejMa with .no more admission into them than blueberries; others are liqaid and deep wells that men might iall iuto; and others oppressing and de vouring, aud take too mncn notice. There are askitog and asserting eyes, eyes fall of faith, eyes full of rofcae ish hamor, and plaintive pleading eyes that toaoh the tendered eyas polities ot the heart, eyes sf good and sinieter onss. Puutm^ twvatt mmrnr' mi • M Emmrmmm mmmm pMpk. «M* mrnnHmMm »•