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' l . English • Parliament Proccedinn . s—Debate
ou Ireland's Ill.onp-LAmerican Feniaas i
i Released F'rom Custody and to be Sent I:
; ----- .llaelt : a.The War Between Cretans And
' TiiriniEinied—Prince of Wales' Visit to
. Areland......‘ Royal Amnesty to Political Of
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' . ..t . oaers4;•rtie • British ..in.- Abyssinla
, Prince Napoleon's Visit ,iO 4 Germany : --
1. ". - ..Z...pttierattdicßeturns to Parts Frain:Eng
: land—Pr - end Public Meeting Law Re-
- ..ter Telegcslp to thel'lttsbursh Gazette.)
. - • 11 GREAT BRITAIN. - ',..: •- -
"., LONDON; March - - 13. - ---Milnight.ln - the
.'"'...,. I..tionse,of Conunonslo-night, a motion' mas.
triad° requesting the Governor to furnish
~..„...,- , :b ot hpi p e aa pes er s. in the blockade
. rining Spring
',Lord Mayo explained into imprisonmJnt
. . .
' . pfXr. Johnston,an Orange. Seeretaty, in
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i - ,Ireland,as caused by his refasing M . -spolo
;gizo fo heading an illegal 'procession. ' . - - 4;,...
In tit Committee of the Whole' on the)
,-; tate of Ireland, Mr. Fortescue said that the
. ... fo* 4 ---,-n Ireland tvas possible without
. ntl) ll :k...the land tenure, but , held that . the
-- I'll l li:reform needed frank dealing .
V. Mckenna thought the new-nutter-.
, ty planwas - a - gbfernmental pledge of fix-.
. re equality of religious sects in Iriihirid.
The O'Donahue member, of s Pralee, 'said..
that disaffection among the Irish was wide
.. ttpreadiirenching all classes, and paralyzing
trade. l Tho Church and' Land question were
the . leading causes of discontent, but the
'principal cause, was the refusal of inde
pendence in legialation. The first remedies
Should be to deprive the Irish Cluirch es
tablishment of its endotrinentS, and-grant .
USSeS of not less duration then thirty..one
. •-* Mr.. Hamilton charged the O'Donahne
member with being the organizer of the
mock funerals _n honor of the assassins.
2 John Bright. said the evil of absenteeism
ted. injustice of church establishrnernt
' ro• not the only faults; the tenants re
v proprietary. rights;' scheme pro
41. , gthat the Government advance money
their relief was inipracticable; the ow n
etslnp in soil could only-Make land the
• pOple's; the propositions made by the
Ministers for the creation of a great Savings
Bank "was inadequate ...The plan of Lord
...:.7 - . 1 .Russell for the settlement of the Church
-. - 41,,..'.! qtestion cametoo late: We must withdraw 1
f - 1. 5. ' ' thttendowments front all religioue sects' to`
- - -make a loyal and moral peo . .. _,.,:_„
Wir. Statlbrdi.froin 'North role, followed
with a lengthy speech in efeese of the
4 - 'os.ternment. -- Without (taking action, the
. Biome adjourned. , . . -
4pl33cltinnr..lol? , AALEMICAN .FENT ANS.
...t o ot.zno:s,. March I4.—Four men of the
. enfrieolt (the . .hicnier paeltet were disTharged - ,
*um custody at Sligo, hi-day. : These men_
were arrested near - Dungaroon where they
had been --put ashore from the • Sacmel,
which sailed from New York as a Fenian
. credzer called "Erin.-Repel' - They were
; .i' all naturalized citizens.df the United States,
offl.rish birth, and will be sent home at the
.1. , ..:,..1 e pf the American . Government. .. ,
zi p be
;.i .. imams! WAIT TO rri..nialtb 7 -noy..,
s' At. AMNESTY.
. • . 4NDON, March Is.—The Prince of Wales
' • 'tr.- ' -make-his expectetLvisit to Ireland dur
ing the -Easter- holidaya. It is intimated
' ' - 'that'theoceisioia will be signalized by arciy
. nal jirochnnation granting a partial amnesty
'to Vntitichl offenders in Ireland.
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-- : 1 FRANCE.
PARIS, March 14. 7 01. Schneider,Presi
-- dent of the Corps Lei.fiklatif, has bee mule
Senator. ,M. -David succeeds to the Pregi
- .deticy. • '' , - -'
RETURN OF AMER" 'AN 3ILNISTER.
-liius, March 11.—Th . American Minis
ter,Peneral Dix, has re urnedto Paris, His,
visit-to England - Was, n t of a'' diplomatic'
chatacter, as reported. -e , 'went tb Ertg
. land - to be l present id the marriage of lus
sonillr. Charles Temple Dix. ' 1
• PUBLIC MEETING LAW. ...
0- The Corps Legislatif was engaged la.9t
• - "IVOCkfillthe discussion of the new.law'relat-:
lag to holding public meetings, Which Wes
. intrOduced by theXi
overnment. An' rt
-1 ant lind comprehensive amendment t the
I bill been offered by liberal member . It
prerlieses to remove all restrictions ni
the tight of the people to meet in public as
t semblies when and where they please.
4 ' r.
~March 14.—Dispatehes froln the
_ " 'Sont annotmeekthat the Grand ..Vizier_has.
ret ed , to.Cogstantinople froni erete.
lie ports' to th'e liirkistuGovernrnent that
between the Turks and lCretan in
zur ts- ha& ended. There were a few
Sp tan guerrillas still operating in the.
zifounftin Ingrid% but_ hardly a hundred
;,..--" - Aro*, and no fewero entertained of any
' . `, • ABYSSINIA. ,
`'l' ADYices Plum OrNERAL sArten.
it cE °
- ~Loirzoom; are 15.—Dispatches received
last night friom Abyesimaitate that-General
~. _.:.Napier was about to send out a reconnoiter
- ing Arty to - ffliii - Aeliarig,'o, in the Tigre
i- -, The Pasha of Egypt Showed no dispe,i:,
, tion't4) Withdraw his foams from Abyssinia,
as requested by the British Goveriiitihr. -
On the oontrary,the Egyptians, in camp at
y l liifassewah, had received considerable, rem
•") forma:lents from the North. - —': - ,
, iluivicE NAPOLEON'S VISIT:
liEttLnc hfaieli 15.-=,-Yesterday : Prime
~,liapo)oon, a ft er a series flattering entertain
e..r snentil given here in: his honer, has le ft for
..7 % . Xarl.ol,:. - M e
His visit to Germany, has given,ris
~,..f. toMinsy surmises and rufnors and is -extcn
,. . ~..:I,,,ly,,cominfented on by the press: hut the
...:,. ,4o of ids ifilasibrilias not been •diyutg.. d.
•,...-,..: ineelitit% everywhere in Germany h.e. ,
`r•- , ' 'most rdial
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C' " ' -,. ' /1;.: ,;?, ingyrnf li V i" :i i v *l T l. ll Sllt.i.
1:----; ' . liiitti.i . MfirCh 11.--A b•HMI it t mill- -en
C., ~ VieW took place at Itiviara (liliaga. 'lll,
i...,..... ) -' Italian troops were 0 , , t.iwi round in tome
and ware reviewed in :ie. nroienee.of i'rrirw,i,
r- of eitipnas: Admiral J , irr..'nft wits pr(:=sein.
..'"--- 1 , and loudly 'cheered.
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~ C ) • IFirr:i ili S 4-1: llrlea;1,. -
"-+ I.By Tel:lmph to th,” i',-;-;l.i‘gh '''''',/ vit.• )- • - -'
A fir.. r , ,L•
- _Put atxPtitnitie ,tocqf t‘,..l:E•s!:c t',,:ite
depsely, - lir •,‘ r , rows":
Ind the fire wiwrior yl4. kod until
- 11K010/1 V 1 ,148 . r,lll,ri z -r:1 r !.i•
• 'ire Ne%% Uarnp i ire L:tertMe. ,
187 Teltg: &ph cu :be
CONNICI.4.IN. no% b e
OleettenTai - Ur;:g mak r- 1214. , ri1y ;
2,630. The 15.1.r.-1-nt,c.ivos
'192 ReptiVIIAAI,I-: 131 tl,,teoer,:.
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[ p Telegraph to the rf u sburgb Gazette.]
WASICINGTONi March 13, 1888.
Ifol.:SE OF RFPRESENTATIVES.
_ GDNEBAL DEBATE.
Mr. HIGBY argued that Congress vas
'6011D4 id make approniiations for carrying
out treaty stipulations. He - held that the.
treaty making power was lodged exclusive
actiOnlyas a finality. I ' •
ISte4sts. Vtt9D, ' WASH
BLTRINT.V, of Niscon,sin, and 111400NLAIL,
contended to the contrary*. The latter 'also!
argued in favor of an expansintt-of curren
cy • ..
` Mr. DAWES . remarked he saw by, one of
the Cincinnati papers .it was proposed to
Issue ?..2,560,000 in greenbacks mid divide
- if up nil the people of the country,
figunng out:that tliat..Wetuld.give to every
I man, woman and child in the'country" four
. hundred dollars each. He suggested wheth
, er the memberlrom Illinois ,would not 1,.-n
. that bid better by fifty dollars, as it; would
be necesNary to go above -that or hisie the
ular majority. - I
- Mr. WASHBURE;of Wisconsin, ( noted
' Wilkens .MidaWbrir, - babies ;"initnior. edam
cancelling his debt to Thomas Tradd ea; by
giving'. him an I. 11 11. for the amount, as
the original authenticity for the. "fintieeial 1
proposition to which the ' gentleman- from
; Massachusetts; had referred. -
Mr. DAWES thought it very likely tii - e7._
discovery did date back so far; but Cincind
nati was applying
,for it re-issue of the gat
ant, and he had only wanted to know wh th- i
-ler the gentlerium from Illinois wanted te go i
her extension. (Linigliter.
Mr. BROAIWELL could- not understand-I
what all that had to do with.the question of
plentifulness or scarcity of currency, which
he had been discuSaing. The matter refer
red to was the question whether the govern- 1
ment was going to.pay its debt in good faith.
Mr. DAWE.S suggested the guestOr'Vois
whether the - debt shOuld he paid in good
faith Or promises to pay. :
Mr. BROMWELL said he had never act- !
vocated the idea of paving the debt in irro;
deentable currency ke had Said nothing. 1
about paying anything. , ...
Mr. SELEYE advocated his bill to amentf 4 ,
the currency act. Ho favorecl . the removal 1
,the present restrictions on berthing- and I
and - curreneV, and argued, for contraction
as a Means for return to specie payments. - i
Mr. JONES addressed the House-on the
subject of impeachment, arguing that the -
impeachment lof the President on the I
'changes Made was absurd and preposterou.s,,
and that the President had acted in the con
scientious discharge of his duty.. His int
peachment was-simply% to- remove an oh- ;
.staele.frotn_thepath of detgning men
gratify their hatred and malignity. ,
Mr. BOYER called attention to the mode in 1
which a most important measure had pass- I
ed the House, on Thursday last, solely, he !
said, because, it was introduced in a manner., I
calculated to deceive and lull-suspicion.. He i
proceeded to read from the G/Obe.the•report
ceedi cone ion,:.
•adtiptleh - Olllildfdfittlea - blll,"‘w e 'f
amendment deprives the Supreme . , Conti of I
I its 'iii *ctiom , . . i
, . Mr. M VYNARD•said fr. Schenck, who 1
ihad t 0 the principal part in these• pro- I
(Tea ', as absent. , ... , '. • ; • ".-. I
Afie ; • ,YER prcieeeded with qubtations
I from. th (Robe. While he wits speaking i
I Mr. Sehisfick took his seat. :;,...
I -Mr. BOYER went op to say the object - of 1
the'nmendment offered by the gentleman 1
i frentloiya4.(Mr..Wilson,) , and adopted,-was i
to depriYe the - SUpreme Cciiirf, ofjurtadie- 1
Alen in the M.',.:thile. ca.4e. - The amendment i•
woplci - liL 4 ve.r -h4e,', - ,,,beep.. Seered without
objection; had - its-real eluiraeter. been ex
plained, or if thiou.sellaci: net been dis- I
armed by ; the : =. - retnark, cif,. the — gentleman
' froniOldo,"titatT - Wwiti r te matter relating to
!appeals to the Stapreme Nitre - in cases of
revenue collectors, and that it- was* 'nut s . „in- !..
,!teridetrfew any Other purpose: -„ ''s
1 , Mr. lILAI_N said the gentlemati'slmsition't
II WAS; simply, that.- side of - tile f iropat w4s I
Iticit"wido awitkiito:4eo i the ,point add' beaVf
..ing- of the' ametidinent.. 1" • 1. 1 I.* .2, 1
Mr. BOYER admitted the minority ? six."
II suspected in that way the majority,..tivntild.'
~ eifeet. escape from *what they must believe - a
I,lpending juthphent • of conabinnatidn 'front
I, the..:4,:uprenie Court. It must proceeci , „frorp
II a consciousness' that the reconstruction '
acts are illegal and out of the Constitutioril
I' But they should have passed•the act openly, :,
4 I t• should have been introduced in. such a
t way- that- it might have been -objected to-,
i ant) fairly discussed. . , „ .4
Mr. Jlt AINE. said. the Supreme Court I
obtained' jurisdiction by act of".Congrfss, I
about a year ago. Was that illegal?: .•
hii.- BOYER said-the gentleman -.4itititit
i derstood and misinterpreted hiin._irtt , :(4nl
,t-Boyer) admitted that whateyer frandllitie .
c-may be in .the ease, it isnot oinialiableby
iaw. The act-is passed, and cannot be, these
-fore,-;veuied. As the act of legislation, Wittt;[
IS lanie in the House ahould be ' done -c.o4r-' '
ageozeilyi openly, and on fair notice.* -Yolr.- I
membe - are overwhelming enough. • Q4t •
you not rely on them and not resort to alI;
Yieesi.of -this description? - • • 1 ,
"Mr. - M.A.YNARD asked the gentßinati
wherein he imagined' there had- been any,
fraud ? . .. ~
I Mr.'l3oYErt bad no further ,expranation
--MG WI i .1,1 .-11.1.--3-d)u yetis: ay the chairman
ef . Ile .i odiciary 4 .orienittee acted - in bad
failli,nii intrximed tier ,- sduentlnagrit, in a
maner to (level ve - tiie H t ---- :
ouse: , •_ -
mr.,Boylit,- in ansWer as to what Ito-had
said; .i:Airl tie! was willinc.ot, should . reiriaiii.;.
.Mr. 4 5W . 1.;:%, - ,:4" .said his. recollection...v(4s .
that no; bine an, said Ifly the gen - denial:l'
wni,; ( ntoe',;,l tiil4 . alio:lithe4lin, and—all that
w ~,, ;.•06w.e: ie.- the trentleinan - froir - i Ohlo; •
;a tie. i;;11 as it ;20ine froni the Speaker'stit
.j ale W . / it:tr a blip Illnt9/(311)t.V.. . "......, •
Mr , Wiyi.:ll, did not charge the gentle
eel P. fruit ('hp, with knowiret-the character',,
of ;fie- tt....."tetviee , nt. It . wanild be t'iontniry '
to all his experience of him to suppose ; lie
wog Cal ,alai-an important :anendinent to I
a hill or ‘.-.llich he had eliar.re cif whieli he
bn...w11. , ".iii 11.4 r;4,forehatit.. • . I
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FOR'TIETII CONGRESS i ' 1
• ''' • ,-' •nOt having: - keen 'awake ant - Watching and •
observing the course- of legislatem.
go something Which. they disapproved
1 has become a law., _ „ . ,
1 7 .41E. SCHIF,,,\.NOK-proceeded to state his ac-
Vtion - hr. the'itiatter: : 'Understanding at the.
Ltime thelateile* ct of the amendment offer
' - edify Mr. Wilson. ho'said he was willing it;
should be received, hut did not attempt ta
I accept it: He had no power to do so; as the'
meihatorof the bill. Ho simply cemented,
to refrain from demanding the previomh
question in ardor tale, in the amendment,
that it might edam' :Lain.° the House . , -and
i.then demand the, previo us ''qiiestion. The
gentleniiinand' lus' friends, watch dogs-on
.thewalls. of libertv, and always guarding,
the'Ciiinititutioii; slept; cif' 'did - not observe
it, and this; ho says, Was a trick or fraud
praetiSed on then.'; Ho (Mr. Schimek)
would not make a confession of that itiiid,
'if he'LWere.thel gentledtutri t t• anti he could
hardly credit it as an excuse.: It was not
for !hum to: raise any - cineetion about their
obtuseness, or their late waking up, to a
discovery which they Were then not capable
of making. .
Mr. BO W ER asked if Mr. Schenck. over .
,saw. the amendineut beforeit was offered? 1
iMr. • scHENati:, Algelahning any admis--'
mon that lie was bound to 'bocatechlsed or
questioned, said ho Mid: never heard the
a mendinent read or seen it ; but ho did
Inar a moinent before that a good thing tq
avow ilisli a-goixl..mbject, just sich as was:
mccom dished, might be Obtainadby 'putting
an am ndinent on the bill. He was glad of
having the Oppertunity' ofhearing such an
anicudniout, and he was not so 'stupid but
that he could see as soon as it may rend what
its object was, and giro it his coneurrpnce.
He had kist — cOriddence in the majority of
the Supreme Court. He believed thev-tlsurp,
power when they undertake id settle quee
tions purely political,' ud if he found them
abuSing power by Mempting to arrogate
juriadistion, and he \ uld take away "the
power by a repeal of t e statute, he would
I -do it. . - \
Mr.' BOY nit :NIL! duit , was a very - manly
and couragous declaration. • ' • '
Mr- ,TIOLMAN,, -while , inlmittitig the
abiCifdiiient • was` gerthani, asked Mr. '
Sehenck If it was exactly flair, having Uh.l
tamed unanimous consent : for the billetal
-low an .atuendruent: to be offered which
couldnothaim 'come beibie tho House by;
Mr. SCHENCR - said he.merely said . he
wac l ivilling ilia itithendmenV shoidd be -of
fered, and unless he was.: responsible as the
guardian of.the . gentlemen', from Tndiand, .
PenteTlvan_la, - and other States, he did not
see but his responsibility ended there. Let
them go' to their ttonStittients and ay:elegize.,
-After further debate Mr. ALLISON, for
his absent colleague pre: Wilson)) Said no
member.iisked an explanation.. of - Jhe.elfect
~, e ff t he atnendment, Mid it - -,passed, he. be.
' lieved; Without a division.
Mr. BOYER •expretzsed hilt - 113BR content
:with the result. Enough admission had'
beenmade by the gentleman from 'Ohio to
satisfy hint and the muntry. He did : not
-- charge fraud, but only stated the facts and '
asked that the, country pass On them..
Mr. SCHENCK satdit wank' better be
; come the gentlemen on the other side to
'ask oblivion of the paid, and humbly prom
iso their constituents they will be awake.
- After= feather debate the .pott.4e ad
journed. • 2 - . .
enate Not in gesbloW—Gen Debite i n
the House—The Public ebt—fintieneh
r inent—Jurlsdiction of the t upreia COArt.
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Tetegraghto the ritiaburgh Gazette.]
RICHMOND, March 14 :—ln. the , ConVen
tlowthe section requiring all officers of the
State tp.tako the following with, - - to wit: !.T
recognize yid accept' the - civil and piilittcal
equality of all men before the laws," was
communication from.Peneral Schofield
tummies thatthe.Stale• Treasurer issue cer
tificates of indebtedness to pay the ex
penses of tho ratification - election anti the
registration and revision of proce - edings;
neither of - which had Congressappropriatist
money. •Flo'ektimit'ted the tost at ~,75,0(X) or
13100,00tV -- The matter of rippropriatioii Was
referred. A general dehate on tin...money .
sitatter sprung uric' in which it was striteil.
. .. ..
. that the printer of the . Convention had no ; ..—AI, Allanky, N.N-4_great 4latnag,e is ex
pa v for two weeks - mid there was no mhney ii : pc .
, Ite d
from the impending tieshet y -The
tleffp•tv Um. , ' - • , -- - - 1
1,.., alte-Doiayention refused, by fortv-tlye to . river is rtsing, rapidly and tinfrchtmts aie .
, •4*entli-t &roe, to decla re the State and county i- remtning goods from warehousts on the
otlicerS enumerated in the dit-ifradchtsing river bank.
_. • - ,
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clause all or the-only ones disfrmehised.'l —Gen. Geo. - Nr. Tew, general-treasurer of
i -.Registration :closed in this city to-day. the State Of Rhode Island. who is a default
~T..hts blacks are thirty-six votes ahead in a . .
er to the arnount of 11-1,000,.1 Luc, resigned
I told reistration of twelve thousand. . -Parker placed in 'charge
. R . A 1 .. i 1 a l t N , 4 2
t. T r ! i h
. 1C4'.%4 —Theil t
C l4l , o A n ' y e n t i on ..i 0 . - 1 - temporarilyll 1
~1 . 8 s i c l ir f
o m Porto . Rico state that a
I - thy-pa:49o' the ,rolletoidintince coffered •: by pubileineeting_will be held at the capitol to
1 , -14.. fr GralattunaervatiVe. Also, an - ordi- petition the government to declare San Juan
I nape directing:the paynient of Interest on a freight port, with-the seine privilegei`. a.s
I•,dellt, to be resumed in January, St. Thomas. •. -.-• -. ... • - .I
I .1. 5011 . '''' 4 . ‘ ____-- - , -
_..- --- - -Governor Fenton, of New York, has
1 -.....- eurmaservativer-totate--I...xecutive -um- "
r'• teelitpfty . nonilnated - Col.- Thomas S.
appointed Don. Charles C. Dwight JfidgeOf
de=the Supretife-Court for the Seventh:Judicial .
for 'oventor, in 1 -4- Of V
'P ace - " ce ' r DLstriet, in place of Judge Wills, deceased.
.14;-5 .-- -_-__ - .... f. _III , -7.---_-- - . . _ —The strikein-the • mills at Fall River,
4.-4 1 . . SOUTH CAROLINA. . • I .
- Mass:, has ended; tr z e spinners and weavers
'Ca AIM F.I.STMIi - March 14.—The Cortvern."- httving voted to rot 'rn to work on the terms
tiondiultight passed a liberal homestead offered p~evious to the strike. •
law. - • - 11. - - : • • • -::•01.11cerJohn Gear, who was shot some
. Genertit.Cattlig has:issued an older for the d„,,,1 1 .,,,f,,,.„ !,,f. Nashville,Tenn by 'a bur
election onthe tith,- 15th and 113th days of „f i g di - d - " - oh Il "
Aprilsexteropthei ratification of Jut Con= '••''l e - 91 . . --e -'' - nst. I . ' •
stitution, Oise col' Did Flibice of Congress- —The Monroe paper trill, )at Ny4erville,
"men.andltitate otticors. Registry lists; are Maine t was bured yesterdav merning. Loss
air to be reopened' to give such as have:not abont • 42(1,000; folly insured.] :
registered , an opportunity of doing so. ' , --Jefferson Davis arrived atf • Havana yes
terday in the steamer Cuba; front, New Oi
lcans en route to Baltimore.' . _ _.. 1
1. ALBANY, 'N. Y.
---=-. --. „-.,- -•- ,
lt*ilroad Employes' Srlke--Freihet.—At
v. ' tempt to Blow up a Baildpg,.
•Clr, relegraph to the t'lt tabu rgh thizette.) ' '
1 13.4. Nv, 14 . .; Y., M'arelilii.—The workmensi e.Central Railroad workshops, at }lust
A . nv - 'struek against a reductioti.ef wages
• yi4erday., Some weeks ago, - eight beurs
'' al" ' b' . ''l'' .. a'llay'sd .
w , esta_lis 1 das work, a _At re
tiMi-dn:ortweraylxir cent made, on wages.
; Dm Iridikv; orderan was issued returnipg to:.
the den hour system, but ineremiltig the
wkirgii only ten per cent. The men
unatltuously refused , to • .go , .-- to.
work - . °Xi - CIA - at:the - ' VI - - wages. , Yester-,..
d 'they- -.paraded the streots, iiirti•
inPuiled strong, but m. de no violent dem-,
liii-e.r.t.lons:: 'Dispatches received fromSyr
.,,iitse md..otlier shops'along the road.ex
yr.'s... "Frail:ally with the men, and • they.
ixtr delgcluipcd t 0,,, follow their example..
A , . the b rder AN dies to the I ludson River.
: - ..iai
rl alio, a deputation from tlvi woikinen
:it East! k lb.itiy: cattle over on Saturday -: tn ..
.•;x.press Elmr :•;vinpathy. •It is believedibe‘
:ii•di, s , W . 4 I.QR;livr . ...ti on both roads... ,
t , iti 0r:44 t!ti••-thari• and 'rain the river rose
4.- Pr tr , h , rl-- , a.-I. This "evening the, water:.
I w;i44 .., t in nn' hour. but recoded again.
'll9- ie.+ , i.& firm in front of the -city-, but a
mO, :,roof it I,!iS disapix.xwedsfor a eonsid
- i'llilV.liVlcpil4:. l '_2 ' •ireneral break up is ex- .
p•• , '',(...1 t - N-4 , 41it or t' -morrow. i ' .
) • Anal .01.5ep.7 yorol, ett,..m.epf was made to
Gi t ;io it•insaeler street,
1:ot ,iii el, ; by no t" oluteen of powder,
1v144 , 1) );:o•)41 In . the wall.
Tut. sho, as to throw down
orne , ,f t No :,.r rests have been
MONTY_A.Y - m Allen 16,_ 1868.
Mr. Bradley Appeals to the U: S. Supreme
• Court to be Restored to the Bor—Po.;
lit - teal Affairs In i'ennessee—Satelde of
an Indian 44ent—=Talt ' tin Distilled
Spirits—Est - 1m ted COnsumPtion.,
Criy Telegraph to tl e l'ltt.t.hurgh Gazette.) .
WA.. INOTONf Miirch 14, 1865.
. . ...
. -Tyrc-CABE Or 4.- 11. BRADLEY,. ESQ. : -,
• The Judges of the Stiprezne ourt of the
United States today -had uncle considera
tioa_the Petition of.J; H. Bradley for a writ
of mandinints "tp„,eompel 6e District Su
premier Court to'reinkatO hint. • •
THE TAX ON SPITIM--11EVENU1•: DEITIi-EZ)
• Thu Director °Oho 'Bureau of. Statistics,
. - .
in reply to a comnitinication'from the Cott
grossienal - Corrimittee on the :subject "of.
whiskey tax,' - shinvS that the propunion
which it now bears to our whole revenue is
as one to fifteen, or about seven per cent.,
and that during: the period from 1811 t ojSl7„
When similar taxes WET° le viea, it amount e(!
to the same.preportion. The total revenue,
as , revenue from distilled . :spirits ' is
'made ,up of- taxes on . production.
taxes -:on 'sales, and . license taxes,
Their fund Nil/oars to Prove that the limit
to. which domestie spirits is capable of yietth
ling taxes is 7 per cent. of the total amount
realizable when taxation is at the maxi
mum, There is evidently some lin it to the
amouut to which any given iirti .le will
yield revenue, and in the case of listilled
spiritil this limiti seems to have 1 eell •d
-ready attained.' Ita connection. w th this
important deduction, the consimi tiou of
distilled spiritS. ( using the perio of 1702,
to 1861, and aga n from 1814 I. 1 17;.arid
again in ISO was hree gallons per - pita of
the 'Notation.. Unless - the use of istihled
spirits has declined since 186 G, our )resetit
consumption. must be over one hundred
million,galtozis per, annum, • - .
.PO . LITICAL APFAIRS Etc Tk`57,..-SISSEE.
Reports reached Washington to-night
front 'Tennessee exprtetsing apprehension
of political ilisturbanev. The instructions
given by Gen. Grant to Gen. Thou s will,
it is thought, prevent disturbances.
DEATII at' MS'. ILVDTAN AO
„..1.43111). WOK Indian Agent 11
tam, died tci-day front the ctl
Wetind in,the head, inflicted by
yesterday with a piste!:
. The- fractional , currency issued for the
weekaruounts nit-182,600; shipment, do. and
nottxs . 7411,798. National Saul: no es issu,
ed, 5131,391). Fractiona l. eilrretley redeen.-
ed and destroyed; $,394 5 4 200._ .
—Nearly one thousand emilloyes in the
carshops of the New', York s eentral Railroad,
at Albany, struck on Saturday morning
and paraded the streets. The Superinten
dent wished them to work ten hours in=
stead of . eight - per day, tr' extra sum of
fered being less in proportion than for work
.at the wagespf the shorter period.
fUr l 4-411041141414 he.traek9-
theGicat esteni Railroad, - at Chatham,
Cariada,. were washed away for ten Miles is
erroneous. :Only three-quarters of a mile
was - submerged. The water has receded
and the damage has been repaired. All
trains east and west will run as usual .on
Monday morning. , •
Generals Sickles and Cochran were set:
enrided, at the Brevoort liouse, New York;
Saturday.-evening, in recognition of their
services in the recent political campaign in
New Hampshire. Appropriate
tore itifdi'Lsiries were "nuide
cuts tint complintont. '
grie Railroad: Direct° s intend int-
Mediutply - .. t0 institute legal proceedings
against Frank Wick, John Ttlirdgdod. and
Richard Schell, to recover dantitres for
jury to and interruption of
dittriageS to laid at two million dollars.
Alison' and Murder Case.
aly Telegraph to the PI ttaburgli GazeOe.]
KANSAS City, Nebraska, March 14.—The
case of the State vs. Wellburne, Cutler. and
Scott, 'charged;, with. arson 'and mutdert - i
in fir ng their . business house here
some Months ago, which, resulted in
Ahei berthing; ,to:., , death .of.twe young' men
whq were gimping . in- the' came
before - the Jackson county Circuit Court,
yesterday, and • was..continued, on mo
tion .of the. State's Attorney, until next
'term. A motion previously filed by
the State in this case, - was leaded up
add argued by. the'-'Stato's - Attorney,.
Who said -ho thought .the decision of
tho 40 regarding the degree of the'crime.
'charge was erroneous, and ho would not be
doing his duty to the State if he went to trial
under snclia decision. The Court stated the! 1
facts in thecase, even if proved, did not con
ttittitelrifarder in the -that degree, and it&
. gated, tlie:fiefenclants t.ball in ten thou
!;sand dollars.. z ;,
Rivers and Weather.
IllyoTchlfiraph_so putbtigrgh aitzvtticj
LommviLLE Martlh-14. 'Weather dear.
thermometer 60.* Rivor rising fast with...l3
feet .1, inches in the canal: .
7 " Sr. l'ADUli4,lWarrte 14.—Weathor clear and
MiMPRIF!, March I3,—Weather clear arid"
very warn ' Early trees are nearly in full
beat ,ItlverrisingFreshet I n Whiteriver.
Arkankas 'ris . lng: "-Departed—Paullne
,Carroll, John 'lCilgour, for New Orleans;
Lexington, foe, St. Loris. In .port--,Sarm,
11de, Odra and Silas Wright.
•-....4 w .
Broken - Down Nen i n New. Torsr—llo •, FOREIGN.
They are Employed. , ' Bankok, the capital of the empire of Siam,
' The broken downmen
Es:4ov vork rorrespon.lencr of tfi'r Troy Time,.3 - ' . .
is said to be one of the Most wonderful cit
to whom .1.- e have :
• ies in the world.: It stands on. a broad river,
refered form the best possible help in the --
great mercantile concerns Of this city. Dlr. ,on either side of which, moored in regular
streets and alleys, extending as far as the
A. T. Stewart, the. merchant prince, has.'! - '
.i eye can reach, are upward of 70.000 neat
• been for years in the habit of picking -mit I little houses, each house floating On a com
among this class such assistants as he might pact-raft of bamboos, and the whole inter
mediate space of the river" s one dense mass
and we presume there may be found ;
of ships,, junks, and boats, of every con
to-day the wreck of twenty ' different dry . .
. i eervable shape, color and size. - . -
goods houses oust were started with good Perhaps no..mose open swindle was over
prospects of successs... For instance, the ; perpetrated thari by the person who adver
grave and dignified - gentleman .of fifty-five tised in English papers as follows, and yet
_years or thereabouts, who Occupies the pc- .it is Sai 11 t th e
crt ri a nswers cane to - the post
office by hundreds: -"An elderlr bachelor
sition of general manager 1 -- 14'n1 overlooker of ; of for . mite ... amuse- .
I , _wishing .to himself by
the wholesale warehouse. is - Mr. Brewn, fors I testing the credulity of the public, and to
uteri.); a dry goods jobber of the house of 1 benefit awj 'assist others, will send a suits:
Brewn ez Co., Cortlandt street, He is a tirst ble present of genuine woilik according to
.rate business mon, and Stewart Allows it, i the circumstances - Of the. applicant, te ail
and perhaps it is bet an incident inlife that' i who. will send hit stventeen. stamps, de- '
Brown is not Stewart„ and that Stewart is 1 mantled merely as tokens of coutidenccs
not: :Brown. As jt is, Mt. Brown is to a Stamps Will be returned with present, s.r
certain extout SteCt - arfs /denten:int, and. as 1 tinge paid. Address," de.
the latter is much engrossed by the leading --.„ • , --
ingenuous but unsuccessful French'
factS in -, the mammoth business, a one is i ' il ~.. ~ - -..
until ills writer lately, tired of the hostility- of the
alliiived to address Isim-perisonally
, critics, repaired to a distant province, took
errand has beet•communicated to the Lien -
I lochtins's at a farrier's shop, d worked a
tenant slosesaid. : So, stlsso this tall, fincs.,l 1., F . • , .. - all .
I,t t: awry day at•tixe. tQrge- and anvil." Bet
loeking esti:Alen - um, who has the mananss- •
,: ho k o-t s i the greater part of . his time' was secretly-de
merit iit ill; credits, Mi. Libby,
fp ,_ I TOtC(1.10411e composition- of - tliree large vol
after all referesices and without wliosg gw ( , ii ;
times of poetry and essays, width he pubs
proval ne oran can get. a bill of
fished asjhe works; of a journeyman blacls
time, Ss a broken down merchant. Twenty 1 ,
ysears 'ego the firm of Hasthrs, Libby, small. ,- .Piq Me l '. stl'xaetictli a Plwaeo'
s' aS in i runazeinent. The poems of thi
Forby struggled fur wealth,. lint in vain. I
.genor , „l - 1
of c „, rp. I Child . of nature." this "tafintomal getilus,"
They.. ''"" '" .' ti 's• "inspired son of Vul "as lie was
riereist ruin, and! Mr. Stea - tut, ;vim di 1 ).--•. . . , ealq - .
now collect s were immensely praised by the
cerned Mr. Libby's talerits. has *mole I -.-.. . -
is s i
critics and were soon purchased by every- .....
good use 'of him. • Mr. Libby '
nn ' c i body.
..ittual literary phenomena' will be..
-highly, 1 - giftedg business man,
rather criticalls 'serutinitedby the Pazisiana ..-
has snide lnis.elf so necesssu in. Ststwart's ' s •
. iterelfter .- -
concern ' that it report be true he has no a f
--A Naples paper publislie 7 s - ths-,vfollowing
in, ii We:
. might go on and call ' -
over Stewart's cheek roll and find ninny other : extrattrdinars story/ "A fa finer was found -
similar cases • end sii,'sissi, we might find i hanged by his fireside. Suspicion fell upon
just - such a dints.i 'of men selling goodsfor
,'_llits -wife ; sh 7 ' - iksas arrested; and w n
Clafin and other large honsis.s. •Whistainan I questioned by She magistrate, -made the
has once failed in any kind of business., it is folkiwing. affectiotutte confessien : 'Well,
very seldom,that lie attempts to recuperate I infaith there's at much to be told- Going
in the same trade- He is generally sick. of I home-14st night I found
.say -husband by . •
the effort. Be will work tr otherssin that 1 the side of the fire-place (tying to hangline, but has .a fear of attempting it person . -
i - hhnself the rope -was 'already round his : ,
ally again. Hence men who tail r New
1 throat. As he had already told every ono
York seldoril get nu their feet. Their errs,- st.hat he d deterinined to-hang ; 1 - .
tomers are drummed • away by other houses, i endeav a very naturally to ;assist him, by
and the current of their lid.sinessis - se; broken 1 passing' the other end. of the rope over a
that it seems impossible to be reSuseitatell t• rafter, and pulling as hordes I: could, until -
The custom house is a great . gatlre-' , ,so. J oe I he wss suspended in:the air:' -Judge: 'Yoh •
'broken down -men; and; besides this. 'Otss I confess, then:, that you striingled your bus-
duds them in every petty berth which they i iscad!'. 'Yes, a little, but not quite, because.
can get into. Most ofl i the insanis- ,relive ,
i lie pulled the rope :also.. 'Bettides, I k - new :
the poor man was tired of life. • I was well
. , ,
are manned by this'eltisss and in mail r . , in
ii,ise 1 . „,„,5 A. ,. : aware I shouldbe.arrested; hit before yon.
stances. insurance csrapnides.
formed for the express purpose of affordins- a , send me to prisonl beg you•to let me attend
3;,s s i . .my pcior'husband's funeral." The samtian- .
snug harbor for some such diameters.
of the merchantlize brokets are of this this ; thositY adds: ."It isneedless to say that the ...
" - -
If a wholesale druggist fail, he is Opt to tilril \ I
d e sire expressed-by this eibelient wife and.
: - '
broker in drugs;if d'Wholesale grocer fail, 1 terVent Christian was fully ',Predated by
the court, but not complied: with .
. 4. ,... ? •.;,,•
he will natutally turn to his - Own staples.
We s have saidtha men who Tailizt.NeW Ye t irk i\, - li" •' • ; - -
seltlosii s getson-th • -feetissesiiii--:-.To illustrate f ''. :;;S: - - ... "Gbl 2 s,les 131 -
this statement, ve may call over a. ' fe..*'' - A sensible letter from Washington
niunesS Where as there a mere famous cerniug Mr. Dickens' visit to the Unit
house than that of Bowen,.3lcNalliee& Co.? -gtates appears in the i Par Mall Gaze
Araks - et the colossal business, which requir- ..Tbe writer says • '__ :.;.: - . ,
ed 2 i years to build it up; went ; in one fell ~ "On his arrival in, °stem Mr. Dickens:-
"swoop when that firm failed. If you were to &ail himself - . in a ti ' raiy society •syhich
100 for the necul otthat great concern Toil had sprungtiriSinee hi earlier visit, and as
.wo t d not find him in the world. of silks he has passed-through the great cities he has
rand satins. On the other hand, Mr: Bowen 1 tio,v.ed• amongst people to_syhom-a ' live an- '.
is now the publisher of the Independent. tb.or 'iS nolenger a surpitse, or a curiosity.
Among othergreat firms that have gone out. lias produced • no coffin - kitten by hin.wallot- -...5A
of t‘ilstence,, we may mention in dry gpods along BroadsVOY, ',..- Washington street or ...Li ;: ; .,:y . O
the Meares, who were in trade thirty years; Pennsylvania ' avenue, ",Init .he has been j. : ".5.t5 . .1
and who, from small beginnings, ntlast ocs. I thrown.upon . his • merits- as a • *titer -' . .E. , :t ,
cupteda Broadway store at a ,sent of pa,- and' reader. He has in this manner ; been ..
000 per annum. lln the grocery business we, enabled observe to obsee . - American society
-might mention the name of I.IK. Place& under ' circumstances -far - more , favonible -.'• S' -~1.,
Co., which titiledllast fall. This • lionse , was than those amid which-his-first "Ameriean.
estimated as being•woith $l,OOOOOO, • Their t Netes'? were taken, -
and we May apprehend..
,Ss - 0 1
erialitsfOod so nigh. that they could par - that the new conditions -of the country are .".'s7StS
close a bill of co ee and' give their note for, likely to - furnish' him 'With subjects. subs- • St
it to the amount ~.,of $lOO,OOO, and yet now, gestive of soniething ruerelhanspicy cart- - ---
that thethaVe fa led it
` is not probable that' eature. . The bonhomie with , which lie . has
they will pay Al heir creditors .much, if. in-' been receivedsis,it-Selfcharacteristic of the .: .s.
deed anything..probably in .a . very short growth_ of the American inmil. showing. as • -
time we .Will s these very . .p.hae.:4,:wl,io it2clo. - e - illiat fte: young and Merida s‘msitives • ,
once were ruerch ntpria&s, running rounds sHess le ridicule his m a &lilt' Measute dis- -
the Streets with b 'xes of samples, and tisk:, appeared. It must beitdiu'itted; in the light
lug the chances rnOng the legion of reer-•• .of ~what_
,all -liens ...lalnlW t 6 have been,
. chandisebrokers. To go back the - house , then _hi .Atherica, 'stint . Mr: Dickens's. :
of Denison & Belden; from which. the work on thiS 'country' was saleolated to
Places sprung.l I _ • " - . - prisdnee irritation, not se.llctli by _Ns-init - is •-•:,
This concern failed a few years ago, and observed as whit,it didnotnisserve, the car.;: .- .
although it possessed an immense trade? yeti icatures beitigAneist.sentirely - unbalanced ,"- .•:.
it W'as • never resuscitated. •- So also when_ by any :recognition Oftha s sterione andini • - _i s
Siineoa Draper failed, although lie announced portant -traits of•Aineriai :life any cliartini . : ...*;•:-„,,
in his card he,would/pay in full, yet'ilie. -teas It is not Wondertifillilit he'shoillfisfeel - Ss's
Herald contradicted this assurance, and hitaself someWhaVembarritifised - Perititially;.'•- - -S. , :.iii
stated that lie never would poy-ci dollar; - and as a person might :who ;finds himstif incur
lie ries ( er did, Be- also - the - great banying ring the obtigatlonss- of ~..!?,guest to a . iitilin "2"'...1E4
lionSe of i Prime, -Ward & Co.; they paid 'whore lie had :deice held alt to ridicult.:. ' . .1 Mil? ZL.: . .ssf
nothing When fine-goes among the sgreat nut surprised, thereforeStotlielitsof his -lirei
centers ofliterary'activity, he finds the same ferring to be enterMitiettsby English' :seal
law at Work. ...The -tferald; the Times, and sdents here. -.- I. -• , -__... • - • -
the Tribune, have each their share of lischas . "One of the elnetcounts9f th di
e Inctment s ' l--. .'s,
and braken=clown• editors, and unsuccessful against Engli
ci, - - as it stands iu the Aria-iii.'5 . .." . ...,-.,
anti ors,' who'are here buried in lob6rioue• can mind; ,is th Auting7thels, lay, striligins''. - . ‹
Teti etnent. Amongotherbroken.down cal- the literary e whoa :me Sttees country: , thessslicts:ssq-4
tors we may mention James Watson Webb,. mainly.represetil•te Aineisictint, :ill its aftrites: ' - ii-:-'-'s•
of .t tie once flourishing . Coteries and - Enquir lions, there,.:eigier. hostile .i , sir iodiffeissitt4'S -7 J44
er, who now been foreign mission. - Mor. I their eause:",e, would'prilal•••iy have'S:erel - f t :;P:'
'decals M. Noah,' formerly. of the Evening tirely . attired : the complexion Af - ;)rr • :'. :
:was also one of this chiss.-• Dickens
. '.visit:; could -Mr havp }3,,; -.',:-.
Stepping into. 4 huge concern some to any. exprit&ions of ssyinss thy -r1 tlftkilf , '„-iS'4.:4
time ago, we entered, into . conversation or utteted by .. lion 1 , ,. , r - AM - tiriikiA::
With the bookkeeper, -a man apparently tot during her late _iitruiss!..s.', ..1s '',.ii.. ' iri;....ii*.•:P.. ,,
sixty, and found-to our surprise that he once - .is generally untieistooll fo harc'ish:i•pf.t.ltc - ; , ....*,
.was .„partner in a heavy. cloth importing . . the cold neutrality :it itctiore tion.ht. , t - ii':4‘;'f7'l:;.l'
house,- whose sign had been familiar to us Tathy winch chttractcriad the attitWerti ,
for 'A - consciousness or the difficulty,. many among the highcrcky=:o4 in. EAigiiiii4;:ilf'',f..o . •
of retrievingone's 'fortune was uttered in All these causes hasi , prebaltl's 'or)nsiliiia . 6 , ,t2t - t:
the language of Win: Burger, Who; a; few -•• disappoints the hots , :;. t;la't had.lit,.=.liiiilF'
years ago, was one of thesheavieit whole-' outof an intinencs from: ths Vii.l •44..2ii0e5?•,!--1 - '
stale dealers* drugs in the, city. After his to 'a more fraternal , Si:cling i :et w5ejr..4110141,i7;
failure, which.wound up a business expert- ;.United States anti (.;r cat br:.talit." -- . , ,. - ;".., , ,14.1tri.;Pti*:
.thirty years,:a friend asked him how. . —=-----4 :----sse;-- o --ittr— :'• . :
.': -. c.t: , , ::-:;;;; ..,:.:
beWha The reply was: "Too old to tail in --TheWitnina (Minn;) . .Doria,+at iaii4iFivfyi l ,
business." ' And so it proved. We have • last - pile tbr silo , SE;i4sru:Ponrwcticcqitg4Ml
seen the broken merchants in this • city re , driven in • the. Trisiti.sh bell.PlllS%VkAtiCtql s .
duced to keeping hoarding houses. We rr 4ths , This streteh 01. j r, ill . r.S . cis ,-i alq-)." 1 &W - : 11 ''''''t
know one .who made his bread out of model, Chief Engini into to 1 ,, ..th ' • ''
artist exhibition's, and another,' who'. Was' 'in the -• Unit it St stiss.
wince among the greatest buSitiess men of the sand. one lOnsired iinti ', - sis
daYs was recently picked up in -the street at. containing no:nly four.'
night, a' drunkAtt-vagrant, and as sach ;Nes an ag-resste length:is
taken:to the station' house.- I
. thonsand hile;il feet. .I''
driven Imp'''. :Siteen too "t
. 1 . .,, , T0an.1., nici , lhe z.nc...1,.
av:: - Tage htiglit. ~ .,e- ten I .
:. - -- - " - r. - --,-:- 9 ►,,
---Inunc-tv.... ; ;l:ttititirev_.
Ea 4 via Ilir , 1-.:v..in , i-i11; , ..
rO:ilsi. Two :est isi' . Hriti
tidy road everysdiissidnii
The frsiAlt nisi oss - ii,94,
is imlcit gr41 . . , : r es-
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—A. change.likely to he made in the Cairo
and Fulton railroad of Alitmoini;is to'runa.it
from Charleston to New Madrik and from•
thence,-!in a westerly direction, by, the way
of Weaverville and Clarkston, in"Diinkfin
county, to some point on the Arkansilit' line
near. Chalk Bluffs. • This , will eve Cairo; by,
connecting with the river on!„ene, road- at
New Madrid, a. shorter line ii,pMempltis,
thirty miles at least, than the 'One ltv.,tite l
- Waytof the Mobile and Ohio,'and the , .tit :itll
phis and Louisville roads. By this change,'
all tho tics el and •trade new cluTie , l over the:
Mobne'aild - Okid read to Menjpnis, will , be
diverted:and • pass• throltgll3 oK4O
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