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   New York Times, The (Newspaper) - March 4, 1865, New York, New York                               ORK, SATURDAY, MARCH 4, 1865 VOL. XIV ......NO. 4192. contusion folio Spaa] ;er deck ei thai u the pi satuie.la 10 great, FRO! I WASHINGTON. they all suspsn each gentleman, comes the re- wlll ret ognlze t ut one bill e on the Indian AD- the Thirty-Kigiith _ i 1 THE FOLLOWING EVIDENCE 13 SUBMITTED solitary lady I graces the -value of the property of Congress. All annul le In coin, are t mlttee of Corrfennce on the en ui area of ecrei PROP. 8ILLIKAN 31; MOST VALUABLE OIL THIS In Ut Summer of 1864 locality, sad in letter Barba a County, July 2, of bis observation located on the ranche of 0. iJ. Barbara Counly, Calif nla. on which are. at preewnt. at twenty NATURAL OIL WBLL8 of the latest size. THE REPORT JDF OWS THAT THIS PROPERTY 18 THK PUT IF nofr IN THE WORLD. Prof. Sllllman examined a.Ud at Buenetentura, St 1664, be thus communicates upon the property now ow by rcTBoLCCH COUP AWT. (fee the purchase of which b friends in New-York. "Thin property co-veri an area strongly recommended Co of (c.ghUen thounaad) la cue tody, on which are at orcsur t at least twenty natural oil- cat IIZE. Artesian wells line o( th rteen miles, sa p for at least twenty- Bve n in extent. The nint.be Ii an old Spanish g fol resources ot this property, and tf of other competent i was deemed to obtain from Prot tnii, i mail i decided tUtentn fnlly rella. (01116 of them of the I will be fruitful along a do iiis the le.) hi! PH. lies ant of fourleagoes of land, lately and ol pe feet title. It aa I stld, a rant eighteen thousand acri In it of the Duett land, watered by four riven, and mea lur- ing, in a right lice, la nil. near thirteen in raocbe.lt splendid eiUtc, BUT ITS VALUE IS ITS ALHOST TABULOUS [WEALTH IN THE BESTJ OF OIL.'f Thoj following extract from the report of Prof. maa, herewith appended, ful'y bis first inn] motel complete details of the woe }er- Accordlnit to his ad In California. Ice. at- range ments were made lo purchase the estatehy va In In Octqber. 1864. Bat before etfeij ing illl- lon, and equal to that of lhak tha oil wne, in hie opii Oil Creek, PennsylTanla from i counsel in Sai i Francisco a crofesslonal i local to the validity, of the titTe. Instructions wer eordli gly seat to cloie was iirooouncW by P he purchase, of. Pennsylvania olTstnd confirming tit'e being pronounced ertv was and To indicate tbe maun) ot that country, U may oil wills has amounted than 18 3. according stated tnat tbe produdt in value, the last j ear, to .hat of tha California roinei to the San Francisco (Fill art from n to of f.'ftitral to fie SA: TRK PFTROI.EUH CHOi'b OK ROCK-0 No. t, (for a full tiecer is A well f WC'll, poet inn i said it of a tentlc ilop elevijteU at leMl 1, 00 wh. Ii 11 about one and fourun of a wide. tlOU D' I le OV Of t etfftol ac- tbioil to thejbeet be line perfect. Prof Silli nan i letter above quoted, and v counsel undoubted, the irop- iwlil for. uiie ol the Petroleum InU- report of Pray. B nore for ui.rtn in Y  Do on the pr ipcrty. sde I'r f. SilUman's publtshe 1 re- diameter, fu'l of tarry oil, ocll- th tne of gas. Ills aliuatcd lathe ormlQic part of a terrace or plain,  l aiphtltu n from the evapora- 1s (treat oil spring. kt mats of asp haltum Is, of course, a mat at one yard In Uiret rtiiil'oo cubic jar Is prepareJ. or of yje'.Jma a. largo tnerenaiuver.il mi no cocader the wnule as o conti'nta of tne sprint; of noiucrauj cattle m r browse, or drlat c bl three Jacaerou: tnejf ncyer escape. 01- TPE epth er of conjecture, as no ejplor have been made upon U but It is probably ln. Tbe die rated  e blnkri pled. E o. ihere la nojtaii on knowledge, Ttn lai utf P. AI eroi da of tpectators still ullng; tenuously the gallerl et. Crowds ere leav- ing, but c rowds a e coming, b senate they are jf a teat at mldnl cbl than at a IT narller time. Mr. rises la hlaaeat, and la most appropriate ud hand lome tp tech. ofleit i re rotation of thankt, to r COLTJL: for tbe emli enllr able maarjer In which he has discharged hla utijee. Hon. JOUK DAWSOA, of Pajnntrlvania. Democrat.) supports tbe leiaiutton, Who Ii lion, ana It la unanimously. T Ic side, ainC the g who demand the not tntis Ined. l jrleflv but elobaeollj; and Jftr. In the crjalr, pula the ques- idopted unanarilTriOusly i no, not here are la llertA aretimpted krea and na lsailisme lalt compliment- so well det tendered- thould bare been tbnl marred. Now comet oqe of the the tesalon. >f Ohio, U suspend the to take up the Nil gara Falls for nillbasterlng, caanot t vi that ti ro-lhlrds ha tlve. A llvltlon oay. Tiilieraaii act Tbe c( n fusion of the last begin to reign. i f ial D the New-York TltaeB, TBIO.08IHO DOIKOBOr COKGHEB3. I WiJnwoTOK.j Friday, March 3. Con 1 ,ss worked with treat vigor to-day, the iljuie bum test 10 far progressed, Istl taal ihttever broujhi up lojdav were much dareleei uess as b mportsril were 101 rushed through with as 11 marked similar occasions heretofore. j The 'Senate being alms active and heavier body, is further Del Ind, ihouih aauch has been done to- day. The Sei ate, yesterday, held a continuous set- sioi> of t fourteen nonrii, without adjourn menf, A large nu nbcr >f commit ee report! were made In the Senate tills me rnlng, anil the oommltleet discharged from iM COB ilaerat oa of a great many bones of] 1 When ihi iPcst Route Bill csmeupj m trie an atli irppi to galvanize the Dela- ware and Rail tan Ri lire ad Bi U, by attaching it as an amendment, bit it vat voted down wlih-ss much as 01 rdiy to Camden and Amhoy lor vnothirjeai, "he amendatory TSrlff Bill, which It ik moiiel ol brevity Ibis tesslon, psuet] witli a i mend Berits, ihe most important ol Ibeeliange >f Ihe additional doty on rail- roaiilroi to te i centi. The House made U nfieen, aao a'Comrrjl tee ol Csnleience will settle provlBio i waa ilro later led providing that contract- who were nffecleld ebangrs In ibe present tsr- iffs prior aooptlon, mat Increase tne1 tch urges i ccordlng y. I Tie c >ntesti cts for from Loulilajna have go1 Jell pal a, Ihoigb they I ave not eot their seats. Mr, AVIS, rom tl e Comnltlee on Elections, reported In iror ol pat log It e g Hitlemen two ttaonaand dolj lars each (or e: pent >s. Unless they have beenver) eitrartgant. tl is will pay their Washington hotel bill! for about hree BIO iths, st tbe rales they charge Tbu "Invalid 1 tens ol Loudon County, Va wbc haa their calve i, s ieep. pigs and chickens seized bj Gel. SBBBIDAIT I is f MI, lor harboring guerrlllas.sen "a rjeUtlonhnto to-day, asking to be relm bursed.aid ajulol reaolotlon patsed authorislni tbal payment to lb >mi of sixty Ibbusand dollars, enae tae1 direction of the uartermatler-Qene.'al. Thi ttlwdby G n. Ba wts at York, Pa. tt BBWD a At l ot lock, lai Hon. Gioiaa R. PtHDLiTon'tool floor tad n id i a ve y able speech Of an hour anU1 a quarter oflbe bill to allojw oif the Cabii el sea IB m tbe floors of the two Houses ol Coogreai, He wif llslened treat attenlloji by crowd td gal ,et [et, an d bis argumei t was logicaj, At 3 lock t te Senate took ap the House bill pealing tjbe elglith lection of tbe act regulating tied In tbe ti surrectionaiy districts. A long, vlgorou excited, ilmost Wllp i A followed. Me sir SDMIIBI. i nd Tx JMBOIX a id SBBBKAK stand up again t tbe repei 1. Kr. Stmsia makes an ejoauent, Ive arga nent, andrecel res ibe close attention of thjft galleries GKIIBS, CBAHDLBB and favor anl plli ap frlgbtftl of the co rupjibniiltJs laid u bar) engender, ad. After hourjs of oJicuaalpn, Ihe section Is strlcien hi I pasted as U came 'rom the House, and permits! trade In oof Ion are Ihlnf B of Ibe psit. Eigkt Confeience Comtnitteje on the Tajxi Bll i have ju it I submltlel their reporl to theSeqaie. Tie tax on sales if stricken out Ttie taxjon State B'ank clrcUatlon, which was cot dlf- puled, stands, j The tax on tobacco) Is left as U stoc d In the Bouse pill, jeice it that clears are taxed ten dollars thousi nd, i o mtMer whether ctbbagi- teavesor tke fragrant Tbe taxqn cotton WBS c Pjrlvste iai MCOLAT now appears, and a metnge from I reslc ent Is announced. It simp y the fact that be baa signed certa B t demanded seats. Smra. of of as fln floor, rlSBB to a i oinl of order sits in ttte utt nt the demanc tbe unanlmlll mn d, to appropilately The motlo demanded, nd 03 vole aye and Ihe attempt Is abandoned fol half the the session ate In tbetr s rneln and dlgnlflei nlRhts of membeis Kentucky, a member bearing as gracea the man of the JuJlc appreciated now Congre the next i, makes a r of Conference 01 the Army A compromise Ing points, tbe JlillroaO. nil be blllt. officers i incidental! y sbo rt In ihelr acoounis for l le Ibdlvidosil i araee. i baa been the appointment ofConfe r Bill, and) are havi lot beta The bU, rat UT for ir f Tip U t Ira) road that It shall not. recede f :om )ls lo tbe b wbiet the IillnjolsCen act- Mr. Dltvit, Of the road. JJnols. d approprlallo Tbe Sea paid, and Mr. WILSON oaltloB, and   cfl they ask carry. Tbe fle cbair. maikably well, bUBlnei i la Mr. McDocOALL, ary Commit and will provides tht el Railroad much confunon WIIBON'S art ed The with beaut seats, i he last 1 fta Civil blf Canal Bill. Now put, and the chair voted In Ike aflirma- d 02 vole aye. 33 He cannot hear, for seats, and the noise bills flowa, the able coalr- serrlces are e! film higher rank In port for the Committee rlroprlatlon Bill. Tviejr jibing eicejijt the everlasting tb the Illinois Cen- i demand that the the House Insists dvet that ihe House o fie 19 an amendment no monies be paid lo ppropriated under this k tie floor in favor of ru.; Mr ALLIH. of li- but, altar a Ihe vote was finivt- meat adopted. So s to the genate. enate galleries, w blah the evening, begin be' Senate nas been ree bourv on the Appropriation numerous among others wai att  home eariy and sleep against the morroi Mr. iiiiioBT moves to takje a recess for one hour. Voted down. Somebody eltfc rnnvca to adjourn 111] 10 A. M. Sat- urday and that la voted do vn.j The I till to extend toe lor the completion, of certala land grint rallroadtlnl Minnesota, comes la from tie Sena with amend menu. Mr. WIUDOH moves io suspend tbe rules Alter a division, and the tell art, land the ayes end a DBS, the roles are sdf- pended, anpMr. Winnou m nts. .The bill It re- and tha amendments tlon on tha Set ale's amendu ported agreed to. I Jicil'if Forty-fivt A. WiflHBrjjji moves tbe autpen jlon ol tne to tal u up the Senate amend- menu o toe bill Bbolishing .ha cotton trade. Tbe eyet and noes are demanded and tbe rulee are sus- pended. The Senate's amei dmect provides that all cotton wrought Into our line United The by Ibe proof. thai mat: i question pul, States officers, and p bonds mnnlng twanty concurred In and the bill dim oust be delivered lo id for in United States The amendments are bed at once. committee on tbe dharges against Lucnts report that1 the aje not smtalned CLAT BUITB the pre- previous question no quorui i membur dodgad. The Chtlr that b] retail! g to t excused, they brought tkeru BB Into contempt. A a p whole tubjectlon the table. Tbe ayei noes are derrjendeij. Tellett are de- mand i d on UI-T and noei, and they are ordered. Then (Jill cam- no qnornn votes. The oratlo side of the House is i (most entirely vacant There s a possible chance to: a row. Mr. WABBBoauB moves a e all pf the House, ui the call proceeds ibe Demo quoru Q la TfiUlUt I come out Irom piesect, but thu and n ant Mr. MJILOI ,I'B paper read. forty-fat A. it i DATU amendment i i Senate bat reached tha Clvtt Appropria- tion B ll.relal ing to military it estt, and tha Bena- torsare tpreai ling them At the rale they are going i >n It pr imlsoj to lane th sm till daylight. In tl >e Honi a ,ozei 1 idlet are til .that are lelt In the gal erlea. Several jnembera are asleep. Mr. C( wakes up and under the call of Home rotet aye. Mr. Si ,TUI, alto aaleep, votes no. Jlr. L> BLOHD withdraws the matloa to lay on the table. The reieit of the Cotnn.lUee A m Jtlon to prltfl t it report aad evk ence ttjdccUred ott of order, ana the call of than ill on to tt a resolution agi JB TM on IB adopted, i tare 71, y eat 38, vlous Mr. UALLOBTI demands tbat a paper be lands be sent o :he desk. Mr. SMITH oblecti, and Insists upon the :erlons question. 1 Mr. UAUOBV (excitedly) i h you Intend to press this caper, (Sir I Mr. do not propoi i lo suppress but I ilemandthe previous q i eillon. Mr. iiALLoar, it's hare this thing djut. 1 demindthe tyes and noet. tbe demand for this voted. Nearly every reminded gentlemen ton. It made to lay tha telr hldjng >alanca of pow re- ave been reconciled, except! tbe section wblci provloet that DO officers tttalLbe dtsmltted tbe rvlce wllh- ont trial by The Sejiate nslrtsopon atrlklng oat Ibfaj amendmenl, and Mr. GAB- riBio recommendi that the Honte rei ede. The Secretary saya that the propisltlon will disorganize the anny. Tne previous great institution on auob a night at thla4pla moved, tbe ayes and noee demanded, and the report IB agreed: to. j nrtt O'clock A. Tbe Senate la Mill laboring OH the military arri amendment to the ;ivll Dilation Bill. Seni itor SHBBJIAK says th' i whole bill It lost, because thi re It not time for lit enrollment and signature beforje this Congress will iaVe consU- tutlonaliy exptndi Tkrte Piftttn j. of Conference la agreed to to cointruct The report (ol tbe Committee 01 the Indian Apcropttatlon Bill tbe House. A bill IB passed ig in roads la Idaho and Montana, and a score of members are crying Mr. Speaker putting business through, and tha d to consider certain bat Mr. Speaker i roles are4uspend to certain land gri ntt to railroads. A tues, and dire COD uston retgnt; but tbe Speaker cut! the gordlanknol o t parliamentary complication with ruling aa keen the blade of a iclmelar, and M upright at toman jnttlfe but he House it getting rosltve, an I ought, to anjourn. Several tlons are made, and no quorum rotes, Tha solitary lady In' the gallery fold! her cloak about her. and departs. A boot! f >rly ipecta- tors still slick It o it in the gentlemen's gallery but lilt to be presume] they are getting a Inlgbt's lodg- ing free from ttk QoTernment. Most I the report en are. gone, o ly the Associated Prefa are left. TArte Thirty i. Senate Is stil fighting on wrangle en- Ibe military men In the lookt as tboWh It would fail! alretl business. The stroogeat Senate are against it, and it to be the tha CIrll Appropriation BUI onse It wblllng awa r time on matters, toe desks being clear winded gea- upon Ihe long ate. e House Is stlJl In session waiting ceedlng with the about daylight i THIRTY BE Rfrn This pptng ttu Regular butincss large number of reipecllve comn ild'eratlon ol Ihe concurred IB, HiroRT OF I The the Secreiaiy 9! lie on the laDln a cl through with the ataConierence Comiplttee may be epott made alter tha hlch I bed burnt just ferenceandbe run true ugh that machli e, Civil Appro. of kl entirely. The sundry unlmpc of Duaineta, an llemen o( the i four A. Af.- for the Senate 10 prlallon so t appointed, and. A., a motion for w of importance wi bciaare In good go home. The Sena amendment bill TRUIIBULL, a llltlej mllde'r In form. now pro- ecesa at 9 A. now pending. 1 fotbing more ne In the Toe mem- r, very orderly, and ready to flnlehed the military jarrett e accepting a lubstitute of Mr. ilng and will finish emai en St Wilt go to Comrr EIWITll :OND rfeoS TS last most TBK Mr. Dixoi, o name might ppear the affirmative on the Doilled In the Tat Bill made, BALT RKCORDED HIS TOT1. Com ecUcut, {Union cai m Mr. a resolution itaiementof tlnoe portalion ol Baltimore and Mr. iMI. v ft sual Annual Post route Bill, to menu were mad Mr. SDJUIBB.OI St ent he S dbe ttee of Con- 8PNATEL Frid >y C01IU1TTI mutning of th of the co ram epor f, generally as, be dlfcbnrgeC matters named. Tb T3I JRETART OF >reiented Ihe annual enate, which printed. wu deslied that as voting In ng banks, em- end the necessary order wai on the journa proposition taxi RE' AND OHIO RAIL of Pfnnsyltanla, (De Ing op tbe Secretary eys paid to Ihe Baitii e beginning of the ana munitions of Washington, which one b FOST-OTT1CI of Vermont, (Union, called up tbe which" many amend- Mamchusettt. offered the Camden BD amendment thereto what It known i is and Amboy Railroad bill. Mr. HJII, of ffew-HampthJre, (TJn to Mr. SDMHta'tjamendment at irrelevr Mr. BUMHBB'S rote i PUeo, Farwell Howe, Jobnio Eprague, Ten Tho Tariff B Mr. TBDHBD imendmenl ex fteslern Banita lull, which w Mr. Bmendment, w eenta per pc Mr. HAMBBT amendment ma 1 wat then taken up. of Illinois, (Unloi noting goods Imported Pair at Chicago frorr i adapted. cent, which wi t rejected Me. HABKIB, of New-York, amendment pri vldlng that parties w wltb the Coven roent before tbe Incr deliver foreign shall be allowed OB their contrai t price, which waa adoi Mr. POKBKOT, of Kansas, (Union amend by sulk log out IS cents per road iron and irfsettlng 10 yeas, 24; nays I Mr. SPEIQCS amendment tl for Ihe manufa flax for one yea bill, which WB Mr. DATIB, o to redu of Rhode Island, offered an of mactatnerr ure of ratines' made hemp and the Irom the date of the idopled. Ceniucky, (Dem..) s the duty on coffee, molasses after the 30th of Ju rejected. The bill was THANK Mr. POWBII. of the Senate M> Hon and efficient four T Mr. HILB rot that the Senate communlcatto on Ihe ground upon which In After tome d tne commj which was The Senate tend the tlnu railroads In th 11 The Bouse b vessels on TRADB W Tbe fienate lowing section An act IB adt commercial la BBOTIOH a. li tit the Treasury, v tb ace of S oblected nt. mendment-was rejecud by tbe fol- Chandler, Nye. Ramsey, Stewart, 3am- _ Con ness, larlan. Halni, ____ _______ Powell, Trnmbull, W llley IX BST1SKD TAAITF. Jucki'.ew, Clark. Coster. Hale. Lane of Indiana, BaaiiaohuseUa, (Unl cb adopted, plac bg a ind on wrought Iron U of Minnesota, (Union.) offered Ing ttte tar I a on buffs o robes 10 TO TBX TJCK-PB1SI Tered a resolution tend HAsmiB.ii. HAULI ichsige of duty was adopted unanlm BXTU KING A COIIMUNICAT to a question of orlvll. eturn to the Brcretaiy recently icnt br him tbst It dla not relate rotation was asked. cutsTon Mr. Wusoif tion to the Judiclarj led, GRANTS IN MICHIO U en took up and passet for completing oeita State ef Michigan. PXCTOBS Or TJSSMJB tor regulating feet kei, paised. H INBnXRXOTfONABT BD took'up a bilitp if tbe act of Julv 3, Ion to tbe severs! BO rcourte between be lawful for tbe approval of the o pnrcnw lor the United Stater declared in iMnrnetloa arch 3. session for tteet made a lug that their from tbe con- re were SIRATB. report of ordered to OAD. presented ol War for a ore and Ohio rar, for trans- War between adopted offered an lor tbe North- and a.) offeree dut) an of an per offered an o contracted wed tariff, to the Increase ted. moved to tbt. on rail- as ed an amend- gar, teas, and Tbia waa INT. ng fbe'ihaDks for tbe able djurlng the past utly. OS- lit asked of the Navy a to the Senate, o the subject Committee, IT. a bill to ex- i lana grant ar latpecdng BIATIS. epeal tne fol- entitled concerning loyal anri lasurrec- Jeeretan of President, to States any at men prices aa thalf be agreed on wltb the teller, not exceed- ing the maike> ralua thereof at the plaoe of dellvtry. per exceeding of them rket valoe thereof la tbe City ol Kew.Torfc at the o lottMon known to the agent parohajlng, provided that no part of tha ma- chase money for any product! so p Mall be paid, or ajrreed to be pa d out of any e fouil than that arising Irom property h sld as or abandoned, of nurcbaaed and sold nnd er tbe of (his act All property BO purchased shall be forwarded sale at raoh place or places as be designated by the Secretary or tbe Treasury, and U ie money lAerefrom. after tbe payment of the purchase mooeyland tbe other ex- connected therewltb. shiUI be paid into the the Unltefl SUtM.lKd tbe of all moneys shall be rendered to and credited1 by tne proper accounting of Treas- UrMr. WILSOH offered aa amendmeat requWni tbe delivery of all captured cotton to tbe ageau of Ibe treasury, vouchers lo be felvea to the owner! pay- able at Ihe close of toe war. This wat adopted. i Mr. Sauna offered an amendment to provide that no agent of tbe Treasury Department thould par- cbaie cotton except within tbe lines of the army. This was lost br 15 against SO. Mr. offered an amendment pnntsaiBB, by fine not exneedlng not ex- ceeding ten years, the pawing ofjany Confederate bond, note or scrip. Which adopted. Mr. DITIS submitted an amendment .authorizing tbe President to a proclamation, allowing un- restricted trade the North and Sonin. Which was not adopted. The bill then passed. The Senate went Into Executive EVENING SESSION. raXKDUXN'B BTJKIAU AIOPTXD. Mr. Wnson'B repert from tbe Comtaalttee of Con- ference on tbe disagreeing votes of the two Hovaes uoon the Freedmenrs Bureau Bill waj adopted. II places the of freed men and white upon an equal footing1, under the direction of the Sec- retary of War. Instead of making It an Independent bureau. It limits tbe ndmberof awlstaatcommis- sioners to ten, or one Inatesd ol two'La each Insur- rectionary state, and provides for tbe renting of lands In lots of forty aerea each to cultivators, black and wblte, with an opportunity far their purchase at tbe end ol three at a moderate price. It tha provision repeallBK tbe resolution ex- planatory of Ibe confiscation act. All of tbe conference sign the report. NATIONAL CUBBBHOT. i The House bill to amend an act to provide a Na- tional Currency was called up by Mr. BBSBMAH anC passed. TDK BKYCHHUB BILL. Mr. SnaaxAir, from tha Committee of Conference on the Revenue Bill, made a report as Tha amendment of the Senate restricting the to be paid for clerk hire disagreed to. Tbe Houie agreed to tbe amendment noil to tax miaeri wnose receipts do not per veer. Toe amendment tp'exempt Bibles and from taxation wai stricken out. tax on cigars wat placed at SlO per thousand, without recard lo quality. The amendment to lax gross Instead of net receipts of corporal tons was agreed to. Tfie tax on savings bangs Tbo section about cotton stricken out, and the tax on that article heretofore. Ttte amendment poilponlns: tse OB State B ink nnUI was agreed to. Tne tax on ment to appoint ttjree wts disagreed In. The amend- commissioners to consider the iu.iject of laiatloB, was agreed to. Tne report was adopted 32, Btys 9. AOUIS3ION HOUSE OF REPBESENTATIYE81 j WunuioroB, March 3. PAT JOB ARKANSAS AMD LOUISIANA MIM13IBS, Mr. DAWIS a resolution that there be paid out of the contingent iund to the five of seats from Louisiana and, three from Arkansas, two tbjputand etch aa mileage. Mr. DAWIS said thelse gentlemen did not come here at mere adventurers', but tn pursuance of what they thought to be Ihe polijcv ol the Government. They had been here three months prosecutlnc tnelr claims, and to vote tblt money would not commit the Cor- einrorntlo aay policy. Tbe resolutloniwat patted. FRIVATK DILLS. The House then acted Ufoo private Ot PRIBONKHS. Tne bill to prevent the enlistment of persona charged with dime tn the District ol Columbia substitutes In the army or navy, and to prevent Iraudt In Ihe Jail In Washington, wat pausd. It appens frorr) tbe reoort accompanying the bill that terentv of Ibe orlsoners In the Jail were recent- ly let out on land sold at substitutes. OF BKADB OF DKFABTUCNTS TO THI rLOOK. J The House then resumed the consideration of the report made by) Mr. PIRDUTOII from Ihe Select Committee, to admit [tbe -members of the Cab- inet to feats on the floor, to be Interrogated and Furnish Information concerning (their respect- ive departments.! lie proceeded at length lo reply lo tbe objections which had been made ID Ihe bill. He ind that If no other cooa had been accomplished by tne dltouEston, (t bad thown Ibat (he Executive power ought not to be Increased, and hla object was to restrain It Consolidation waa despotism. The proposition was constitutional, and, II adopted, would elevate (be cbaracter of Cabinet and thus be proceeded to argue at Icegin. MILITARY AFFAIRS. The House acted on Ihe bill In relation to various military to which bad been added the Amendatory Enrollment Bill. The Committee on Military Aflalrs had. recommended tbe striking oat ef the section providing, for me mustering out -with tnelt reglmebts of such men as had enlisted tor un- explred terms, j but the House retained It. .The House lelused to strike out tbe provision holding tae principal. In some cases, telpoDilble' for an Improper eu bail lute. The Senate'! amendment! to the bill were acted upon. rUIDHXlTB BTJIllATJ BILL. Mr. SCBIXCK. from tbe Committee of Conference, repotted on the disagreeing amendments to the Freedmen's Bill, which proposes establishment ol a bureau In the War Department for refugees and f i and, for the care of abandoned lands. The report waa ajrreed to. v i Kicisa. The nouse, aU JO o'clock, took a recess until 7.10. EVENING 8JS8B10N A CROWD Or SPlCTATOIS. Tbe galleries ire dentaly crowded, ud many per- sons aie unable to obtain entrance. SAVT PAT DIPABTIIf H T. Mr. Rice, of MascachutetU, called up tfte Senate bill regulating toe Pay Department of the narf Several in great moved that it lie upon the table bat no quorum voted, and then the question wat taken up br and deolded tn tbe negative. Mr. WAIBBUBXI. of 1 reckon we had bet- ter have tbe vena and nays on this. Cries of Call the roll." have the and UBM." I "i A message was received from the Senate but the volco of (ha clerk wbo announced lli purport could not be hearct, owing to toe general loud coirerta- Uon all over the hail. Tbe clerk commeoced tbe rolhcall bat Before he bad proceeded far, the Speaker rapped and called to order. Tbla bad 'the effect ,of somewhat lessening the noise, but It'aoob broke out anew; When thf call wts concluded, the Speaker an- nounced thai tne bill tabled by a vote of 5ft yeaa against 42 I THKtX CUT riXOBS. Mr. KAMOH, from Iowa, from tba Com- mnwe on Coinage, reported a bill to coinage 9! three cent to be competed of oop-' per ana nickel. The Clerk becan to read It when Mr. Lxuom tald U wtt impossible to hear. The Speaker replied that the gentleman's polal waa eorrectj and be requested gamlemen to take tnelr ai d preserve order. Tbe t ill was read. It alto provide! that cent pl< res shall be a legal lender to UM amount of and the one apd two Dtooet a legal tender for the amount of forty II proklblU Ua Itiua'of anrpaoer fractional ourrencv below tba  tae was" ao great be could not at first hssr it The House began rotlnt: by tellers, ind while going on the Speaker wu UI niatni enrolled bills. The House by a vote ef 72 yess _ suspended the rules, and, under tbe o Deration of previous quesUoa, tbe bill was 1 PMB1OK BILLS. f Mr. Mn.ua, of the Conmiils of Invalid Penslona reported pli tbe nam of the of BAKIB. WHIIPU aad Baaa r on the pension rolls to receive pe} month dujUf their widowhood. They were passed. L .e Speaker said, as so many gsi sidet were addressing the Chair, he right of Do member to report tn< at a time until tbe pressure had ceat WATBB OR TBK Mr. Rict. of Maine, {Union.) aikel a bill to facilitate communicant n wt' Arizona and Colorado, so as to giv r. as they bad not been able to obtain ieats in the g ti- leries. air. UAHSOH gallantly offered an amendment (o clode all ladles. Mr. aaaendmcot WM adopted w lib this modification. PAT TO HOtTBX llr. offered a jesolutlon to pay tbe n- ot the House and the ol the Ol tha extra compensation heretofore promised. Tt Is, after various prellmlaariaa, was adopted. OTHKHS INVADK THE BALLS OT LIOISLATIOB Dnilng theae proceedings the ladles availed them- selves ol tbe privilege accorded, eame Into the IT. ill, and occupied Ibe sofas. Some of them wfcie waid Lnvltrd to and occupied tne sears of members, the gbntlemen neglecting their legislative for the purpose of conversing .with them, and all ip> pesred very happy. THE INTtRKAL REVIFCI, I Air. HOBBILL Irom the Committee of Conferencejon tne dnegreelng amendments to the Amendatory in- ternal Revenue Dill, made a report, whico be ex- plained bv tavins. as lo the apoolntmeal a( ten revenue agents instead of five, tba Senate receded, end also from their amend men! trial the amount of clerk hire lor should be goaged at seventy for each hundred names. would clerk hire lo every throughout the coun- try, and even to those who did not require It. pair1 rck oil a compromise made allowing ol duty >ne dollar a barrel, and tbe Senate receded from pnoo- osltton to have a drawback, and now there wllll be no diawback, In relation to exempting certain books Irom taxation, this Is stricken out, the believing that we should obtain all the taxei we cc uld from iwrjatever source. Tne tobacco were nearly enllrtlv concurred In. The Senate pro- posed to create two prices, one ana tne other This wss aotndoned by the Senate confeiecst The committee made a corniro- ot per thousand. Instead of Ob centi a pound. The clause to tbe transportation of oer- taln aiKclesUree, wss slteied so as to confine t to silver ore tbe plains alone. Tbe Income tax remained tbe aaroe. The gains and Income fi oin real estate juroneied wlihln the year atelobilu- cludsd. In relation to ilaaoDi, the clause has Men so amended thai Instruments not steamed ate to be void. He n grelted to say the tax on cotton strick- en out, Ibe relating to ooneu un- anotDtr, an red lo aU a drat rbsck weie given on the manufacl article. Tne OB banks was only amende change fro a January to; July, to si to give months mo! e time. sir. MOXSILL answered various questions, ellc the (oUowlig In {elation to ihe call Th tax on tbe giosu receipts ol vessels sunds, but tney are exempt whim chargable tonnage duties. The tax on tans was abandoned by the Senate co 'cr- enct. Boti Houses baveigrecd appointc .ent of comratutoners to all duilug Ihe to ti atn- loeinlo tDe tubject of taratlon. Savtogs Banks; are Isxed one-t alf ol one per centum on ibelr ilep to take place on the 1st of Mav. seogers from one part of (he Frelgnt and United Sti( passing through to a foreign con shad pay the same as passing tbrough older par toe (Tailed Tbe repc rt of ihe on Conference adopted by large majoritr. THAMES TO THE Mr. DAtrks, of HaisachuielLs, waa temper called to th i chair. air. Cjox, of Ohio. offered the resolution: Resoh rJ, That the Of thff House be hereby Updtrcrl to lion SCIIUTHE fur fit oifled. able and courteous ditLtnih': uf the dm. Speaker ijurica tbe preiencConure-i Mr. Coi satd be detlred to this an ea expression of tbe levllng of int Home. Dur moituneiampled and historic lie when a conflict was progressing, and wben the I b rots o nation called for extraorolnary secret, unuausl addittonall} reiponslble duties had been ]lrnposi tbe pteaiotng officer of this Home, He wouJd si himself aa'd lor around him speaker has, In moderated la tbe discharge great degree of Iboae di Ihe pasaloo sometimes more or lets affect the beat and clamor of debate. For tblf he we only entitled to oar personal but ibe public it, ID' conclusion air. Cox tald: I propose, wli fohnalllT and wltn earnestoeis, to lender nlfc tbunks in ure and beni radiate In this House as U has' from the chair during tbe Congress. We shall part here wlib, anasoal may ed and the food, wilt I trust. lame moderation propose, wli to lender nlfc Sir, that Irj atn- are em. pai- s lo try. I of rlly ing of nest re-it me and on lor tbe I'M. of d in rot ard. nut our ine nltr ac- nod felling. I wish It could pervade our whole jn the language of the Bible and In this prssen e i w  tinned IhroagbfiQi. LARD OsUl'18. befora tie Route (ClfitMWcii M Fourth Pof   

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