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   New York Times, The (Newspaper) - March 27, 1868, New York, New York                               VOL. XVII......NO. 51rjO. TELEGRAM NEW-YORK, FRIDAY, MARCH 27, 1868. PRICE FOUR CKAITS. One of the MattzWler Fenian Pris- oners Recaptured. Hapol oon'B Viait to Germany. Berlin and New Rovolutlon In other Battle Fought. GREAT BRITAIN. Department uid civil number- tog In ill about 7.000 men, beaded by Gar. SWANK, of Maryland the Mayor and Cliy Council, end all tlie municipal paaied through the principal aticeia of citj. presenting one o  Cluircli rvturin ID Ireland, axo la cuoulatiuu aud ructiivun; uiauy PRUSSIA. Nurtb yolmljn rhiuaJay. Uar.-ti 34. It IB reported that Um Prussian (lovoninionl had addrusiio.! a circular uolo Ui alUif iU dlplo- taallo abroad, donyina umphat- loaJly that thtt retvut of I'llnoo NATO- imox to IkTlm and Oenuauy had any political object. Tho North Herman Dlol had leelocteJ all iti at tho list Republican Mail Meeting I lavan and Pair by Carl Schorl tien. NEW UAVIU, Conn.. Tbnnday, Match 30. Carl Saenz addressed a largo mucting of Ger- mane be-re to ulgbt m iboli own language, tiler which brief were made by UeD. Btcaxma and Uen. PutAaoMTOH. A uionaler mua meeting of Itepnbucana waa alao LeM at lair llaveu, wblcb waa by Qtn CUaniLD. ot Ohio, and Den. Qitr. of Hliiourl. The graateat enlhuilaam prevailed at both gather logi, and the menilun ol IIOIKT'I name In conneo- Uon with the Prealdenoy Invarlatjly drew forth wlldeal obeen from (he tudieuce. Tbe Ropubll.-tQi thoroughly aroused and el- prtu lha uimuil coutldeuce In being able to tirry the itale. ocale an Agricultural College, compose! of Btlctoiey. Tbompion, of ColumbUna, Tbcrnhill, Col- man, Leito. Hherwin. Gordon and Cannon. Peleraliurg, Appointed br Gen. ScboOeld. RlcuMiiMn, Va.. Tburaday, March W. Gen. SCBOFIKLD to-ilay appointed Rusn BUB- ui, ol Peleraburg. Va.. Mayor of lhal cily. Uie former Mayor having reeigneo. Nomination lorCongrea! In Hortb Caro- lina. WILMISOTOH, N. C., ThuraoUy. March 3d. The Radical Convention at Lombarton yester- day nominated Ouvca IL Doofcrai for Coogreii from the Ihlrd Dlairlcl. FORTIETH CONGRESS, SECOND SESSION. ITALY. A Ship of War to bo Sent lo Japan. I'l'U March 'If. IlUofflcially aiinoiuiftul id-day that thu Oov- arninonl will bund a nluji of war to Jaitau to pro- toot Uio trad, uf Italy in tlnmo wattru. Damacea a Railroad panr In Me in p Utyptllf, Teuii., TauriOay. March 3A. ID Ilio Umlod Hlatca DlBtnct Court lu Ibe caae of HAIIIIII. UEIVII, of Haulaburv, N. ej. TbeMamuhliaiid CharleiUm Hailrvad. for djlfl- igei lo a lot of tubaceo at Chattanooga (hiring ibe flood laal March, the Jury relumed a vcrdiol for MI-LEAN k corner of Jet- feriou aud llomuuaito alreeu, wai burned Ihli log, together with Ihe nock. Tbe will amount lo I3U.IMO; luanrnd lor lu Ibe pliiButs aud Manhattan iuauranca Couipaniei ot Nuw-York. I.LI. T it Co., proprlilori nf ibe building, loio inaumil for In ibe Amt and Mauhallaii Coiu- pantei. Tbo Arkaniii election return! come Ui alowly. bulb parlirt claiming a victory, 'ibe official returui will be required to decide It. for dlicuiilon on Ibe bill, indlbat be had nol fbere'ore been prenared Mr. BIEWABT laid It appeared the rlght. of man were very much Involved fn th.., peal lo Ibe Supreme Court had bio 'or three-quarter, of a century McAnnLE Laving commltl'il an niianceof by the mllllary arn iiwl. and (hen allowed to go on ball, and cerlain- y waa not therefore laboring Terv grnt ali- aDililiei. He (HiiWAni) hail In that view niuda ref- lereuce lo the Supreme Court with buameii. It wai nwich tbepowor of Iho Supreme Court to hlndur wai beyond the power ol tbe liurnbleit Inrtlviun.J: tberelore tbev wJre DOI afraid of the Supreme Court The preiiimpliou that the Supreme Court wnuM oboy the law, which wai clearly on the aide ol ton- HOWAIID aiked wnat tbe charge againit Mo- Mr. WIUJAUIHid be wai charged with attempting a breach ol the peaoo and Inciting inaurrocUon. Mr. IlmDIIIOU aaked If an aruclt) w anewipaper waa a breach ot tbe peace. Mr. WILLIAUI replied tbat II might Inoile to it. Mr. JoBMauN aald Ibo pro ecrllng aonal intereat WM wad at the requeil of Mr. HOL- waa on four ground.: F.nt. dtaiurblng Ibe public peace; lecunrl. iLCU.ue iniurreclloni third, libeling a O.neral ol tbe army; "Mr. BTI.ABT aaked why. If lha Courl.bad lourtb. obaiructiug ihe Ititbl rijierllnn Uuilni Uuttle at Coaula, ma-o-mo, 35. Additional MUIIUUII nuwn lioro eUton ItL'in v> (till ill I'aooli. roin'nrcii- (roin giiadaljjari. winch Wure dally DXliocliKl tvder lUiiiiuuKl nl t uauHA Tbo Imlwofii the National troopa 1111- mi'l the fur.onf m-ir c'ojula, WM unil.Liiivu, but IUY.H.OJ. lit" mali.nty in kold unl until Ilia arrival cmli irkrj tooopi on (lie and lotik llietu lJ The Mcilran (Invvrnmciit hai rtmoved Ibe prnhl- fellJoii oil lue ul uoixla of nvury Hon. ivltoi-. Uiuiti. alux-a. tic., ltd uuif mi ill'' lama Uriiix aa ntlior Tho utilrh wcro Infcatliiij thn vicinity of (Junroiaro ami (kilitua hive ollliur been or killn.l. and thn am now free. The Vliflnla Convention. Ill c u no HP, Vi. ThuriJiy. March Ifl. In the Convention to-day, the Comrulttco on a LOJU >hu Kit mire thai Oen. BcilcriaU) would MM tliu in. nibera of the were paid lu tliu DiU of Ai'Ml. aud lhat a party hul btcn found to uuguiiato ILc luau otJered by tho Cun veil lion. A In JlatranrhlM all who voted forie. caiullilalce, waa ilcfoalod by a vutn ol 31 In 01. AiiulUcr proiiiMUInn lo all wbu were aroeaiion caudliUin, or whu ipnaa ur wrole lor IUO ralirlllou, wai ilefnaluil by 'JJ joaa lu iH IIITI, Tho illafraiiLliliL-iiiunt wna ludrfliillily poatpoucU U) a v.itu uf 03, uaya 17. LOUISIANA. Trial. JicxaciM, Mia.., Thnndiy. March 30. in the Hi'um- i otiri uilon iUy. The iirrkuniiary i laiiiiuoli.iu of MlLJ a (iiun-na, whu la accuitd of Capl. IJTKI.I.I. IIM ocouiilixl the court fur tba two rtaya. anil la nut yut cloaed. All ibo evlilrnce lima far In bn guilt. TUo jail nhrro hn ta conDued li guar.luJ by United Htalea aoldli re. I Tim aaertanan Anumei Command of ana Firth. Military CBIO HOT. Darker. Nrw-Oni-rint, Thumlay. Maruh 30 Ht'( HASAN has amjumt-d oouiiuaiid of tho VtfUl Military lHalnoi, Tbe Dliinci I'oiirl baa decided ttial tho aignalnrea af DOT KukNDiaa to an act paurnl by tbo tan whllo Mr. WiUJ wai Uovrruur, and not ky OUT. WCLU, la a couaUiutlnnal apuroval by Ibo becutlve, ami thai tbo aol a law. Ondur tho auapicea of ibn 1'ruaalan Ooniul. and prunilnoul (loruiatrt. tuiula are IHIDK rmlacd tn tho relief of the pouplu of Kual I'ruaala, who arc to bo to a iiaie ot (awluo by tbo AUlure of ibo cropa. Bev. Dr. UU-KWITII. who waa elected Dlahop of Ult lu-day for hla dloeoM. In Iho caan of Our. charged with perjury. Ihe drfcnoo cloaod their ev.ilence, anil aak lor hla aKoLargo. Corauuialonor BIUNHOH aiatud that he ahould adjourn the Court nuul WoUnoauay neil, Vban It would opened fur rcbuttloK leatlinony on MM part ol the United Blame. Couuiel lor t'jo de- IMKW demurred oo Iha ground that further dolaj ruult in prejudice ol IhoBtate, aud prnforrvd the caae be at once aont beloro the United Diatrlct Court, which nforvuce waa given to ouo. and the iiiVLillgalion ended. Fllty thouaaud >iollara were atolon from the Canal Bank ihla mornlog. A package wai made np con- taining that amount for eipreu. marked, lo M. KOJUJIN SoMa, Mow-York, and placed on Ihe deik wmUe ibe book-keeper turned to eahir tho remittance; (m a moment'! time the package waa atolen. Thare to ao clue to the thief. The bank publlabea Ibe the bllli. which were all of the denomina- tion of a tbouaand dollara- Ten thooaand dollara Mward u offered lor Ihe recovery of tbo money and atnM of lha thief. Inaaraitee Kinhemallna Ctaae li lioulavlllfi. vii LK, Tburaday, Mar.-b 10. Tbu IlojH) Iiiuuraiii-o Company ouibcu-Jing ouulrovaray waa coiicliulrd in tho City Court to-day by tDedlacliaruoof V. (I. lli.T, the Secretary. JUIIN W. AIIKOLD waa diauliaruo.1 yualenlay. 11 will tore- memberud llio nbovo-uamod Indlvliluale were arreated upon chirking OJCD. oilier wllli lUbiuO- lug tholnndnof lhat Cmniiany. Itie I'reabytrrlan of Kentucky haa born la ecamnu for twn but bu tranajctod no bualntaa ot iwportaiioe. BENATE... WABHIHOTOS, Thuraday, March 38. A FHOTE8T rilOM BENTVCKT. Tba Choir laid before tho Bonalo a protest from Ihe tegl.lalure of Kentucky againit tbe wrong done Ihe Bute In eicludlng IU rtnreaentanvea from the Houae of nepreaentatlvei, and denouncing it aa uneonatilullonal. kc., wblcb referred to tbe Jo dietary Committee. UX1IOBIAL3 AMD FLTITIOJIB Alao a memorial from Conitliutioual Conven tlon of Bouih Carolina, praying Uw removal olpoUil eal dlubllitiei fiom leveral ferred to the Judiciary Committee. Mr. MOBOAM preaented a petition from the cbanli of New-York, praying that the lime during which drawbaoka aro allowed, bo extended to Jan. 1, wblch waa referred to Ibe on ri- nmca. ntAnDi on TOT BEVTHTJE. Mr. CniMDUin reported favorably, from Ihe Com- mittee ou commerce, a bill to prevent and pun I ah on tha revenue, and for nurpoie.. On lua moiion II wai relotied to Ibe Conjuililae on Finance. BEFCNDIMQ DtTTIU. Mr BniaUiH mpuried hvorably, from Cotn- mliiue on Finance, a bill to refund oerlaln uald under pro'iil. QUALinCATIOM fi? Mr. Tacuufu. Introduced a bill in relaUon to lualiflcattunip of juror., wblcb pruvldra Ibat no ion .hall bo In-lit luaompelent lo let 11 a upon any Oraiul Jury, ur a. luror on for publlo of- feno. agalnai Uie Uuited Htaiei. by reaaou of bavins fouuil or eipr.t.ppril an upluion upon ilio matter! io lio lubinltlM to ancb Orat'd Jury fur Invtillgatinn. or upon Iba guilt or Innocence of tha per.nti accuan.1. If aucb opinion be merely louinle.l on public rumor, ilainmenU in inbHo Jour- or lha common lu.lory of tbo Innra; pro- vl.lrd he ba oUn-rwiaa competent, and upon uatli declare, and IIappear to iha lallafarlloi, of Ihe Courl tbat. iiulniUiaiandliig anrli opluiun, lid ran will act upon lue lu bu eub- inllird, alul try ti uecuaed upon Ibe crime clieri'nl, nnil a Inn v.irtloi upon Ibe avdcncn; bul ilm I'ourl may, in lu IU uUtreUoo, let aalde euob grand or pain juror. Tin. TITO, At o'clock ttir H. IIAIO iin.rt Utflalailve bu.lnra', an.) loi k up tbe 1'rciMuiu'a Veto Uc.utfe prniling "at evrniug. Ur lUHnuicaa louk Uin Moor, lie read aecond aeciloii. and U.e act ol Pub 8. 1BA7, angeled by li. and aald the efTrol of that ait waa to gno .or eillie-i tbo rlKhtoi katitat corpm wbru reaininrd ol lua liberty In violation of tuo t law. urinaix-a of ihi'Unllnl Mlal.a. Tbla teibicd bill repealed lhal Why ilo tin., tnduprudeui of .11 lempu ray cuiiai.lrralluna or tiewaf Uu would like to ri-aaoiia Irom Un Hmiitor. ou llmuihcr alilr. In i-ivll aulia. whim iW" Uiuu.iud dullan nr we. involved. In the l ircult Court, a parly waa allowed lo Supreme Court. Ill a oaao .now, when a life or liberty waa involved, appeal to Iliu huirr.nei'oiiri wa. denied. The law ul 1HI3, IMIII.I arnniroveriy In winch AMHNUWI Mil.ioD invoiv.il; anil It thai alu-na connnuU iiuilrr a liw ot Ui' UIUIM! Hlalu. .buuld haw Ilm riubtof app. aliollu. Hii'irrmn Courti. Ho would a-K Un. H. nal'T from wliuthrr Ibai did not givn the rigbl I" lu all ccrpui oaata up lo that ilinr. ll" ih.'UHlilll.llJ. lie Ibo h.-nalor'. altonilun to Uio language ot (A.U act In coniurtlun witb Iliat of U.o aci of IbCT. lln under- Hood 111" Huprrjno Court to hold that Uio laller act aave UIB righl of review of all Aotroi mrptu caaui ihu bfing Ibo aaruo In both II a lorrlgiur wa. ot liberty agaluit tlie pro. voluii. ol Ihe law of fuirlgn htatoa. he wu allowed an apt'ral io ihe Buiiremi- Court, under Ibe Uw of iHal. Could Honatora recnnrllo lhal wllh Ih.i ol lhal nghl from elllr.ru. F Tbe act ol 1188 gavo ilia Huprrma Touri vetv limited Jurudiciiou in Habrai caaaa. bcluu 'Jniy lu InvolvluK Uieir own juriMlu-Unn. UnJrr Una law appeal wa> not allowal in hnltni When, liowev- er Uia act ul IM'J uaaaud. Uio rlgbl ol J.uladlction over reconairucHou, and to o- ilare that war had cea.ed. It ha.l I 1 e- IBB UftU aa ._ fore I If tbe aol could be conatruad to lary chleflalDi of ihem. Ihe loon.r II could bere- d Ihe ahonld nol be an peace. The Surrema Courl ba.1 rteoiiled In pan caae lhal military wlbunala could not try Ian and peace prevailed In the United Hlatea. The war ending In im. we had aproUem Many officer! of Ibe Qovernmoul, IncJudlng perbap. Preiideut, might be bald under Mala Uw. lor tha ueceaaarv acli done during tbe war. aud bo In common "it of Ibo Judiciary. IbougU the act of wu eminently proper. Ii WM provided for that purpme. not for ol right! in the floutharu u lha "M" cb.t It wit eoBpr.btn.heln character, and covered all caae.. Ihu quo.; Uon In the caae wai aii.l legal one. irreapeotive nf tha tribunal which MoARMJ wu tned. and every man w  In Ibat Courl upon ippeala from UUtrioi Court. Ha bad made a motion to from U.e Bupremo Couri lor want of _ ._ ofltwt: hilt DO IU1 ani mado byilmuiianlmoui vole of ihe Court, the Cw.f Jna- lieu aavlng: We enUrUlu no doubt lhal an ai.poal In ihU ra.o and ajun. aaylng: We are taU.. fted lhal Uila Cuurl fon onh C rcuaCourlV Joplnlou that Ihe Oourlfdlil u ot It bad under Iho aci of 1M7, wia an uiior miiapprehminon. The Bonalor had upon tb.-ni tbatUie Circuit Court, from lakcu. had no Jurlaellcllon. Tbo C ourt auiwur. "at ibal wa. a qu- .lion lo bo   of tho Treniirt Drp.rlnirni Iba quealioii lo priming J. lloan HIHWKE re- port gave riaoloa dinciuaion, Mr ('AVAhAUuil. ilia tltfUnatelrum Munlana, cUaratL.-riiniK It aa rai ort. which tin- ar'al of Montana aa a mining HOIJIBOHK. the lioiu Idaho, reuardmu II u a reimrl, which, ibouiili ltr..n- UIUIH! much vaTuabln Information, did not do Juatua to Idaho or Montana; AuULxr, of the uppoaltlon to the laci tual Mr. HBOWH wouU not dual lu hyperbole and nonaonao lo eull Ilia Inter, ata of aiiduMjciilaliira: AXTH.L InJoralnu tin highly valuable anil reliable character ol Uln report, and llieiuT taking a Ilk" viuw Mr. of lllincila, wanted to reduce Ida niiinbrr of copiua lo bul Mr. LaruN not alluw the amendment to be offered. The resolution, were aJ Mr FaantwOBlli, from Ihe CuulerenreComralliea. on Uio bill lor tbe relief of Mwiare (IttEiTlloiibK ni.l KTI.LI lor earryiniltliu liiall. in Ibnltrritorlon, ma.1" a n-l'ort. wblch waa agreed lo, .muling Itia amount io IH.OOO. ElECUTIVr OOMMUMICATIONd. The Bpeak.T varl.jua Kiumllve ooru uiuliliAUoui, IncliiiilUK Ibe AuieiiiiurialfronilhuCun.tliulloii.il ronvrnllnii nf Hniillifar.ilinalor rumoval ol io.in.ai diaalnli lira iroiu JulIN II. AaiiHoaiaii.l other .in mil. ol Houili i bioliua, Khiili iBiirinl io un Ciiiuuiitleu. ahiHtlaa Impnaod bj aald ifiall have li.rn in tha manniir Ih.rrin nr.irliti-. i aliall hare uuwor L. annul an> Miinii'l- mfnltolhe (loniititviiloiiof Alabamn or ani l ul uf .aid hcala coulrary lo tlio or tbli.ecli'iu. Sir Hni HIM] off.Ted an a .uli'tilulr Hi" 1 I'l lir.ro- diicv.l yi-.ti-rh) in tin- Hrnal" bv Mr hrrwAi.r Ur. I'oi ixi> vllb'lrvw Uiu aeib.tiiulu li "i- ha 1 glvi'ii n Hi- of lam h. Mr. HiMiiiiu inoT.xl lo aiuriul tlio Mil b) air.l'ng oul tin ihir.l   ol tlu< art-mm nil Ibai Wfru by him yrai.-r.lar, wln-n ilm   tba queitioii pui on tlial on aaliiii a. lo Jii' uiiniti.r of wbllu mun wbu hail vole I at ilm flli i tiun, ami wai aiiHwtreil by U r Hi EM ol I w'tio gavniba nuiiibi'i of nun (limi-un I. Mr KiKMWuBtll aalil tlial tho offli la! luliu u. BliuMMl thai arv. u ih.wia- aad wbltu m.n lia.1 vo.m l.ir tLn I lha CuiitlilutKin in Alahitnu II i tint v, r "f, nty llioiioanil win In meu in uirmlxr. of Ibe Uuliin Mr. of Prnnnylviiila. aikn.l liow tbe fatl of hrVun Ihouiuinl wbili.- nun m-d 'or trif. Ciniatinition lia.l MI ,-tiaiii. IT llal Ihfl whilna aim blacka  IlllHoo. votixl lur 11. Mr. h'niN Cuivril Ihli l Mr. Uu a 11: rjiii- l i.ft-.red ui l ia auch brl.wull.n.ea comme ICIVUQ .il Uio Oovrriinienl; iti'l aa paaard In February, 1H87. Ulrt wai iiia.o the followiug Noveml.ur. U.-Auol.i .-oiihl not lallmi iiiulor Ibat den .iiilnali..n a. l-umwl had King lie.n over, and m poinl ol facl ho wamr ol reiurn ...ilmuln.-li.o iloubl lhal. IU inn opinion ol Cl-.uri. II, u oaao before Ilium uuiler tb.> autl.oriiy 1 1 aci ot Frb. 8, IHUI. Ilo BMt cotn.louco in Uiu nblllly of ll.a ne Uic.inihl. bad tuaJo ilnl piilnl clear. great wi" lor Uln who voli-d lor Ibn bill. Ui.-y mu.i par- by ilumullali uuil num. i.trcOianoo ovi.ri-oiuo an I tliotr boamad work of ricon.lrurlluii. lu Uio coiirao ol hi. aulogluui on UIB luuandluu.il uuat iribumU of Ju.tuo, whom m ihia I gbtaiiud wai uiighilur than Uiu lurcu of aiuiiu. tu former Mr. MOMTOM aaked blm lo give way to a niollun to rniulndid Bonsla of aalr nil- aur.tau.lma yc.lur.la> ttial a vo.u wan lu bu riucliud hli reiuirka, and apokn ot tho iiiannui m wl.leJi Uio hupremti Cuurl, an II now Intd bafliioinitliuled, rotoirinij lu iho l.-g Uon ai oim Illnu incioa...! liy Mr iiuinbar ol Arrival of the Nova Hcullau at Portland. Me., March lu Thn Btoamiihlp KVOH Srutitiit, from Liverpool March 13. anj tbe 13th. arrived al ibia port Ibn afiernuon. Bho aaw, Murrh io. Iho atcimor CaleJonia, Ut. 80', lung. bound weat; on thn 17ih. tbe atvanirr fiiCvrniuri, lai. 81" 40', lonij. 11" 30'. bound cant, ana ou the 3lib, Ilie Autlrtan, Ut. 4JJ W. long. bound oaat. TEH PACIFIC COAST. of the Nlcaragnan Treaty FlpbtlDg In lavi Dlaperaed. BAH FBANCIIOO, Wedntiday, March 38. The Nicaraguai! Congroaa baa rattUod tho Moent treaur botwocn that country and ihe Dolled Location of llrtdKn on the Union Paelflo Ilatllroad. Council. DLurra. Iowa, Thuraday, March 38. Tho Umou t'atillc Ilallroad Duard uf Diroctoru made Uio luoaUun of Ibo Council UluOa Union 1'ae-iflo Ilallroad bridge, acrou tbo Miuouri Train'! Table, lo-day. The action ll nml. Council Illuff. aecurei the paiaenger and freight tranafora at tbo depot building! within her The cilUeni are Jubilant over the evcuL peal ID cAaei wbere indlviihial hburiy wai Involved, wai recuunliud. Ho coutondo.1 that, according to thi- aci ui Ihi'io caaira brougliljlu accord wllb llieCiniailtuUon ol the UtilloJ HiaUM IU provirt- IDK a judicial aykUui. Why keop a man Irom the hik'brat Conn In the country when liberty la In- wlille be lould go lueri' If fie hail (QO.UUO al ait.k. huiipiiao a man ou trial buluro a court nnkiiowu lu tlie Conilltulion ol tbn Unur-l Rlatua. nay, UnlJn.1 >o by Ilio Hupremo Court in bo unknown to II. ('mild Senatoru ncuncllu ilo- utivniM lilmofihe tUlbl.il appeal wlib principal ol luw aim Juailrvt IKxti'l'nvav. d llin argument ol Uie naluKi -iiialur from Nevada (Mr. KrawikTi thai ibo bill ibouiil ruini' Cuurl naa bo- coiaing ovircruwileil. II waa a airauue aruunn ul lor mun  ilu. C'arr. Uiie waa auoiiirr ein LJUI lo IUllro.1 Irom l >n" ihr.iiigh U, a, d Huw M.-XI.O. hu buhov.l tin" Uie 1 a, h. in 11 it Iho i oi liu nut. wnniii Win I'M r ibn fr.im K 4iii ui k> j.aa .n not r. U 1 d.i nol km M Mr. Ilu lha u an. h. iei civc.l II? Ur FAnhiwoi.ru ial.l In- awiru wbrilior Ibal'ollilllllli'n a lUlllllillli n, In. I n fivn.1 .1, lull be tliuiittbl mi inhura ul ihu i umuiiu, u au.l iin'iu- IxTa ol lln> Hunan r> i.m.l inf. rn Mr. KII.IV iln lo- biial tiireyly. uul lUl.t.i lu. linu.l lo i n.. i lie fl ur lor Uial r. lu.iLnu hu ull.-uuo. likn thelii.liuian al lloinolirook Fair, ulirum i li" UIKKi''" Wa. boillul to i a Jt It ll.iilUhu r In inn liauiu ut ilm II nbll. bu J i-.iiiuioi to a.1mii A .bauu ami i.) pr K'HIIII lo ry rilur.iry in Ilm hull h. uul I.. llul.l Uiiioii iii.u, lhal i Hean- llnl wul IL..IOII [.rovidluy aa lint HI Alilm il i an I i bo a.l ul Ul .watll. Ill C, l.P V. uff.ir.i ..H, a lutrulu.il ol Uu MI-HI from lo-. you fall.iu 'TnTblll wu then paaiod over Iho volo by the fol lowing vutu: lien driuka UeUnao. fi-iiun. 1'aiu.r.uo kteaara Dunn uid UOBBITT In favor, had paiml with Ueun. JOIIKBOM and Vicaiiu aiialuai Uie bill BELIEF TO At thla rctnl tho bill to rcl uvv corialu Deatraetlon ot m Connecllcat Hill. IlAjnroBD, Tbunday, March M. D. E. KoaEBB1 papor-mill, ID ClicnoyvlUo, Bontb Mancneater. wae entirely deitroicd by flro laat night. Loaa 180.000; 127.000, In Iho fol- lowing Ilartlord companlea: Atna, ie.000; Ilarllord. City, The fire wai the work of an Inoendlarv. aovemmenl of Nicaragua baa contracted with atrtain capliallali of Ban FrmnclMO, Cal., lor Ihe wUdlahmcul of a bank In Nicaragua, grantlag them privilege of laanlng paper money, and to the bank a Ural lien on property pledged loani to promote tbe cultivation ol raw angarand la Nicaragua for the dan FranoUoo market, The atramnblf Mutt Tailor, with paiaengeri from arrived tbli morning from Booth flan JBAD, Nicaragua. TBO American IFaZiAbave eVrtvoa at Manunlllo. Ibe flrltlau war veaael Scout bM arrived al Acapul- from Mazatlan. Bbe repotta flgbllng In Jtreeta ol that town between faction I, Tba on one alda ware aald to be Olllbnitari 1 Qen. MABTIXU. who olalmi that before next otr an Independent Be publlo will Matamorai to Maiatlan. Heavy OB the Paclflo Hall- road. Br. LcDia, Thuraday, March 39. An Omaha dispatch iaya they had tho lioavicat anow-atorm of the aeaion them on Tueaday laat On Ibe line of the Pacific Bailroad aevoral iraini wern ID. Ilow-Jeriejr Lcglilatnre. TBEHTON. N. J., Thnradav, March 36. HEMORICKB05 to-day introduced in tbo lower Honae of the Leglalature, a bill making the pnnlahmenl for murder la the first degree, lo hang- ing or Impnaonment for life, to be determined by the Jury, ai In PUnoli and Minnesota. Line ot Karopean Or and Celebration. BALTIWOBK. Md., Tburiilay. March 36. BmrinMs baa boon almost entirely auaponded' lexlay. In oooeequeoce of a demooitrallon In honor Uie offloeri of tbe iteamar Baltimore, a ploueor ol line of itcamera between Brot.ian and Jallimore. A grand civic and military ot aevaral regiment! of Ihe Maryland Na- I follee force of tho olU. Iho fftff J Attempt Balclde In Claelnnatl. CIMCIHMAII, Tbunday, March 36. 8 All GEL BOOTWEIX, recently from Uempiilt, to'commit ralclde thla morning by Ing blmieU. Tbe ball enltred hla left breait. and will probably provo fatal. Fire at Weitboro. flaaa. IlorroN, Tburaday. altiob 36. A fire in Weathoro this mornlog destroyed aba bullying known ai tbo Park man Store, oocup'ed by GOULD A CniUDiatam, dry gooda; tbe WojLboro Protective Union, and others. Lou moitiy Intured. Onto Agrleallnral College. COLDIIDDI, Ohio, Thursday, March 16, itee TIN manutac- turi-n irom iiiinrnal lai came over irum lu.. HI.UP.V. On motion uf Ur UIII.IIUAH, Ibu Hutiato nun .on- currtvl In tuo Uouie ainuiuuniQla, and ordtrod a Committee of Couteri nee. THE VETO MEA8AOE. Mr. UxHDEloai. contmulnR, ankivl if Senator! kn'iw of a .ingle. InnUuro when, nlU-r an appeal lo the courl that jiiriadlctlon over a cjno. Ibai Juria- diction bad been taken away. Hi- lhat il had over been done; jel ll wai propuaeO Ui ilo that here, llu recited tbe clrcuineUncoa attending Ibo MrAHDl.a caae up lo tbo declalon of ibo Circuit Courl ol MiaaiB- aippl, Uial MCAKCLE inu.i bo remaniluil to tho mili- tary aulborliic'., irom wblch KoAnuLC appenled to the Supreme Court, wblch, ha aaid, bad decided that lucn irlaU by military court, were il- legal in time ol peace. McABCLK took Ibe Doalllon lhat bli liberty, blm by tbe Coniiltntlon, had bocn taken from blm. and aaked tbe promotion ol the Buoremo Court under tbe provlnoni of the Conilltullon for trial by jury. Wai not Uial bilnfllnR bli caao directly within the act of 1HC7, by wblcb, the Senator Irom llllnot. (Mr. TBOMDOLL) U waa not nlTi ck-elt If Mo- Aauuc bad unjnitly crltlcizeel Congrc-ae, what crime bad bo commuted oiber than a llbol in Hiril to wblcb tba Supreme Court aaiil there abould be a Conailiuilonil trial I wu dented bin, altbougb a loreluner wai al. lowgd an appeal to the hupremo Court. Buppoae a citizen of Indiana went down to MUalaalopI and committed what a mlulary tribunal oboae io conaldar an offence, and then appealed io Iho Clrcull courl for alary trial f Now the right of appeal trom the dvclalonof lhat Court ending bun back lo a mllllary eluDHeon U) be denied to tbe Supreme appeal wblch bad been thought neci-.iary only lul yelr. U (QBNPBIOCI) bad occaalon to go Bontb. and eipreaaed himself, aahodoubtlcia would, If he expreaiod blmaalf at all. in hoabllly to ibe pobcy of Congreu, would Sanatora lay. if bo wu arre.ted by mlliUry lulborlllei and appealed to tbe Su- preme Court, beibouldbeicnl back lo the dungeon T Why wai It that Ibey were uot willing thn the Su- preme Court ibonld paaa upon tbelr Liglalailoa t Mora than half of people of the Uuited Stand bad ainreaaed their opinion ibe conaUiuUon- aliiy of their leRlalattou, yet they talked about all tha neopla oi tbe United tltatca. They bad eaiablUhed natem of deapotlam In th. South more odlui than ever waaeitabllabed by QAIHAU, though be whipped women In When denied Ibe eonaUtuUonal right of trial by jury, and a law providing for a trial by a military tribunal, U not of neceaaily, a caae for lha Buprame Court to decide wblcb wai tba Uw T It waa an effort lo etrtke down Judiciary, Ibo Execu- tive bad been atnken down in Iho lait year. Do that, and all power of tbe country In tba of department of Govern- ment, Were tb.ro not nve i out ol eigbl whom! llr. LTKCOLM appointed, and were ibey not confirmed, wlm Mr. COAIB. a parly leader, al tbelr head t could not r.ak having inelr leglalailon reviewed by ibat tribunal ol their own organieailon. when the liberty ol a clllien waa Involved. When ba voted for a Uw be did ao In the expectation Ibat It wo-jltl aland all lo.ti. Including that of tbe Supreme Court. coincided In tbat view, gome J Ur. HBNOBICKI would not quote but tba hlflfleat JuelUl aulhoriUua. Ue wonl oo to aay Ibat cue daparlineni of tbe Goverument .boutd be B chock upou auo.ber. wltnin tba ipheraof tba ConaUiuUon. Ii thin wai a uarnaiu queitton, benaton could not tor lia would nol vote for a law tbat wold. n0 itaud Mr JoimaoK aald tbe benator liad nol thrown miicti au.titional lluhl on Uie aul.jooi b, lhal re- mark Tbo Hupruum tUiun mu.i I.....I l" "irir auiborlty to UrciJ. upon lha conaliiiitlou.l'ty ol lawn or nivo 10 their oalba. U CoiiBn-iia wrrnlafl toially uurcalm-lMl. de.poU.ni would cur- talnly rrault. DK leietiuiviu.E, wbu lo bavo niuliT.loo.t u. UiaU any wrnur of our own, baiiod hli ol Ihe grt-al wiciiriiy ol our tlHllvirtum ciUEutM thn laol tbul w.- havu a huprnne Courl. Tbi-ro aro bul Iwo groat lurcu .ml Uw. Law, who..- volo-, Uuaisu.ald. ibo barmony cf tlio world." In viow ol Uio haute a. .uowu In tho panaAga ul tbu bill, would I.ul tbu blaloriau My Ibai It lo avoid ihu of tuo Hupromu Courl upon tho luKi.Uiion ot Congiea.7 Uo Ha. K'ad to billi-vo Uiat lULu wii no .uoli Oie-mon would bo in auu; bill bo would bo uioro (jlail il the-y wnru to luave Ul.. lo uio bupreuie Court, wb.-n if th.y deci.luO tuu uucun.u- tui.onal, CoiiKrea. would liavo Ihu gralincaliou ol auowinj: ihey wcro acilun williouitbo Coualllutiou. Tin- U.cia ol wuul.l aoou bo lurgolicn, and Ibomi who camo alter oa would aua Ibat to Uiat 111. wo owro tlio aafuly a el pro.purlly ul tbu laat and our hope! of tho future. Mr. bAUUDUBv, auer rulurrlng lo Iba groat pnv- lieu, ol Aufcnu aakuJ what waa en- gaged in Unlay. To reacb ono CMO ih.y wurn Bcrking to rciyi-al Una Incaiiuiablo urivili-KO, leiiiRlaling again.I porMjual hbiriy. Lul ili.-in uo and buforo their pvoplu lhal gruaUr HlMiriy uilauid under the Kuglilli Urown than In Iho Ameri- can nl lion. Let tlicui aeluilitu ailiol July italiunn luai Ibe liberty wnluii an KimllaL Kluu oould not ovrrlbrow baa boon lakuii awuy b> an Ami ricau Cou- grea., when too loKlalunvc- power aaiuiua.1 all au- Ihorily, nrippiUR Uiu Kxe-ouUva aud Judiciary all powur, tbelr freedom wuuld douieel lo every American citizen wo.I aa lu McAuuut. Ii wia evi- dout Uial on Uie olhor intend io i-aaa tbli bill, but If Cougrcn. ItialiUia ou keoplng Uie leaden cloud of deiuuU.m over Ihe tkiulli, Uod help- ing ihem, they woufd appeal io tho blub courl of peoplo lu Nuvcuibor wh.oh would lul aaide IU Mr DATABD bad not thought It powilbU that tba Senate of iho Unltad UUtua would pan. a rolroaetlvo law divc-iUug Iho rlHhia ol any cini- u. Ilo quoted KBKT MAHIFIKLD aud othur ou Ibo uoluii. auu aaiel ho had boeu ol opinion lhat In tbla country above any olliur, uo bill denying ibli grenl right could bo pnacd. 11 wa. uvlduut. however ibat lull bul would bo uol by a oonalUuUonal. but bv a -parUaan m.Juniy. flo rocilod the ctrouiu- attcnulug ibo pm-aigo ol blU in tha Hoiua, and aaitl UKoruui only prevonUsa hla characterizing it ae in bU opinion it aeJved. Ho oondomnad tha hurried maun r m whieb tba meaaago baa boeu forced on their conald- by an OTcrpoweriug beforalt even orlnUi, wuon a large number of wtre.ppri.od of the eharacler of blU u paaaed. regreuod to boar Uw Unguigoof gnlibed Senator from Mali-e (FiaaUDCH) yei in laylog lhal on that iboy did no; need M it. bul were prepared to volo. ll wai w that proteai againit It would iruit- leaa. Tbo ameudmunt din not repeal Juruiidlc- uon ol tbo Circuit Court, nut took away rlgniot aopeal to Ibo higboit Irlbuual ol tbe land. In hji ouiuioo, tbn contrail between lha bill u It originally railed the Senate, anil Uie atuenduienl Bdopted by tbo liouao, wai enough coudamn It. Tflej came Into abiulula oonnlal wllu each other. TAB aamo bill authorltod an appeal eaio of proprriy. wblcb wculd add OONntllENUK The Ubalr appointed aa Uio C'oiuuilllrc ol Confc en. o on ibo part ut Ibn Benatfl on Ihn bill, HIIKUHAH, WiUJAMiaud Jlo Tbo Uuuaie .1 0.JJ o'clock adjourned. ol Hm wa. blllhl 1.1 man oine- all oilici iijliiical tlinilgli IITIXII au.l Uiu iinralu ol Ilirf JliJ 1U1J V. a.n.lu ul lln lu ...ill. I.in llr. hrneNa. of I'ennavlnni lueiil ti 'lial fi'iln I li. ,lcll.u.l or abll.lgc.l ill -ilali' I. lotiy or olijui Lrlmu iiilanmn. "I-...... mil iiii.i, i..1 ui au.l ..uur.ia a'i.11 r lu .11} avi i i in U..I.IL -I. .l.-iohiiiiiii aclB tu "iiflug. I. in lining "ill. null I. all lijllalalluu. lillilli.il U null an.) v.u.l ilr. 1-AU-xp.Wxl.lU gavn n 1'ial In. (hi, -I.I.P.II 'H ul i row, ana a vo-.u n 'i llll lil I II Mill.HI. am. ll.I- Mr im Ollllo I. "t jll 1. ll.lllllll I HI I lo i INK Ilo in- riiliil a in. ll M .1 II if.ui woul.l f I II uiur i ,.t' It v ii. I'm Iho ttiiiUiiiniii.n n.-w hail on M'imlj) (J. u ri. I' I o "ii.l (IIP. rut, au.l ulliu .Im in in. ail.lr. I.UIIK-.I al 1.1 ilUi bl" I lllll. Il I'' Ull >lll ul hl> irninl Hi linpr i Itllt .11 h, .r u l.aiulj. 'r. u .n. of ll.- 01 Ilk ill I 'PI ,n, 1 .1 111 I II.. I'll I AM .'I I II .I'- ll ulll.l 111 r. aiij luch.li.r .pltril Uiat he hail n-viT coin Ono ol tin- ctiirf .uiiii lo uiakn ag.i u Uiai uin H ,11.1 Uie Union I I I I I Ii to Him piociind llml alUiralimi H. Had ofiwoorll.runwh" had in dlfoii u lo tba aioin Cliy roaJ put lu in. ac.1 aald thai lie had aiatf.l yealurday lila il lul Ihe wa. in ohanuu. bul ho bad 'l.foruie.l J, pre.M-d upou U Tu rnicrxiico u> thu HIOUI a'y brani-h Mr. "I Wl.con.ln. delimit lo lor thn r.mr'. MY KUL nil 1 MM rl 1'riP-.......1 Ol 'III- I blull rl' m.. .1 -I- Sum. Honrtr. au.l. IV. jiuhll... n ,rrr I .nir liui' .mila.lT.H IIUTO Uial 1 par'l.-u'ai "I "l JHHSH..H D" U." ll toli-d thru cam.- in- 'bunn a.' in, ul. mi" arlll-l lor vii.Ulinw ''1V'1 iiotti i.tn ul tT Mr M I' n ,.-iJn.l luip. :i. I'm. Ii' II it ml 1111.1. ot mil" ri- linn. .01 In nun In I. in I r.-ni. s .......rj N I inn 1> I v. n ili .ly. Mi.iiilei aim r mv not irainliilc-ul ul moro Ui lull ..I Oovertimmit boti.l" unablD I- IV I IIUUHE OF Mr. IIuuBAiiD, of Counooticnl, jircHonUnl a mnuiwlriuirn ol ol UouuucUoul, atfaiuil ihe> llainpiug of PAClrlO lUILBOAD TA1IIFF. Tbe Bpuaker iunouncu.1 tbat Hral bualnca. In ordur wa. tbe Joint roaoluUou to rogulato tbo tariff (or frolnbl and paaaengnr. on tho Union and Central Paclfto Ilallroad.. Ihe qin-.tlon on aooou.Ung tho prevlou. .jUMllon, ou Mr. rnicn1. motion to rufer lo ibo Co.nmlilee on Iho 1'aclAo Hailroad. Mr WAaiinoiiWE, ol llllnon. Ihe prevloua out .lion would not Lo paeao.1 now, but Ibai lurttitr oil of Ibli impirlaut matter would IH> allowod. Tbore was no publlo bunliiew on Houaa tbla morning, and aome time DroHlablv .pent In Hit. dlicuaaion. Mr PBICE any mum dl.uu.alon al tbli aa a u.elcai waalo ol publlo llmo The mallur abould bo Brat conaidcrod in Uoiniulttoe. and iho Oommllu-e would have an oppor.uujiy ot reporllnjj li back on neit Weelneiday. aiid woula report u back In aomi. -hupo. wbeu dlicui.iou oould bo had on I U Mr HIOUT ciproa-ieel the lhal Iho liouao would not bo under Iho lalae Impruaalon thai llin I'a- oiflo llaiLroad wM unlneuflly lo the ob- iocia of the Joint reaolullou. Il wan no io. houod that tuero would at aoma Ume a dlacuaalou of nol now 1 Mr. Well. If you pl  I" bnita rallroa.1 IU HUlo ul lu a .oullioo-l dlnx-lion. un-ler HID pr. u it -n bad tilirtll. r von in'" eiu.- i J" "'i' ,d..l U.e. I, liMiip'ti. wliin Kill r.i) th.l H'l" l' I, .Mill pr. ..I- it Ui. ttrll. you 1( lllH It thai PPIO ibi ".'I. it. Ah. n not In. n m lll- i It Hill. I' ,uiiiik- rny Ill .It IT tut v i 11111 I lit1 i> 11 1 VlJl.P llll >t I w r I. n i ll. Ml 111 ll I Ik l tu I.....i, >i' I U I lOll'l LU ll.l I.I l> I. Ill I IIM I IJP. HUt III  l P> .l.l.-l IIIHI.-.I Ull'llli lliolniiiiiil.ai til h .11 or i Ml II Dial lorn-, un uu >au haMi no r ou and If I to am found wanting. the balance Mr. CAKV Ihen (rave hla reaaon. for opj.oalng Iba Im- t. aa follow! Fir.t, Ihe provillou J, 1SB7. and aeu.uppi.m.ntarj in.rt.- a Conalllniion ul Btai. wblcb ia republican In funn; and At an .leetion oommenelna on the lib day of mm Uiga majoiitj of (ne legal voUra of votiDC al aatd el.cilon, voUd lor Ihe adou- the.aid State of Alabama h.il ha antllLd tonprea.nlatloniD (Journal aaauun !.t ifLiaiilatareof aaidMaU. tbem.mtHr. ol which at the .lection mention, i la the P Mr. PBJOB aald be had no objecuon lo to Juiuoiarj GommlltM. It InvolvtA a legal question. klr. WAinauHMi. of IlUnola, aald he wlahed fo aub- niit a propoiiaon. which that tbla ihould be oonaldered a tut voie, and lhal tuoia wbo voted for Ibe reference ahould be conildared ai In favor ot the Padflo Bailroad Company maintaining tbair axor- bltant obargea. Tbe UtUr part of Iba wai almoit inaudible on iccounl of oalla to older. Tha voie then taken ou Mr. PBIOE'I motion to refer to tbe Committee on the PaclUo liailroad. and It mi agreed O, M. Dolore taking ihe vote, forbidding ban to ou matter! W wbjjg tftoy UaTe latured I aid al th. .leelion b.ia in ribluarr 1MB, lo aaaambU at tb. oapiul of aald bUU __. -i t. bid alwaja bad ihe right io apiMimt lui own I abinat offlcera. Second. Ib.t tbe Pnaid-nl had ng lo Ibe conailluiloualllyof tu. Ciul Tenure uf bill. Ibird. lhal Ibere evidently in ihii whole. thing lo bully uid Ihe_ dent! in order to a lolrapeach blm Another roaion waa that UU. wa. pur.ly a pohucal precedenl, and S? admlitrf U the other day. Ob ab.me. la ibv bluah I Think ul the prectdenl -me Mil "g BUPPO" ,l'OQ- arlaiand a llepublkau 1're.ldeut one ol "a Democratic majurltjr .houlJaayi IT nn IIM In trylnn to do anything m. 1-r.ildent: tal u. kick l.nu L" "Ob aouie one aayi, "what cau vou net agamat him V But Uioy can "What aid! hoy agaln.l Mr. J" [A "Tbal'l And If you oan Impeach one Fraaldent and turn nlui uut ol office under enl chargoa. what 1-n-aldcut U hercaltet aafe tbe majority in Congrtu Uoppobed to him I H no matter to me how bad a man AHDBKW JOUJHOK ia. I am nol hla apolcxjlal and defenJer, A man i.iM io-day, jou nave johuioinae.1. But have t gone lo Joimaon bepauae 1 eiiru io Bay thai or any oth.r man ahall be protccte. Df of conniryl Mr. CABT 1' braaiball baadmliua j at aala 8UU of Ala- _ braaia liuato be rwonnaed aa a only on th. followinij "naunintal MinaUlona: Tb.i th. UonallloiKm ol Ala- bamaahall ao amend.d aa lo dapnve anr ahal. b. of tni io OniUd anundad or 
                            

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