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gtaeiiuee Noticee.
Tomeb, Soh A Melvaui,
No 8 Maipb- Labb,
Mew-lork.
Importeri and Whrl.-aale Dealer. la
(iVM, PlaTt.l*,
BBtfaai Titrno W'arb, Jowou.., Fi-ct t.-oaa,
? Bki-.hbb, Pbbvi ?mi, am> Boapb.
!*>*? e.uey Ui.b-ldl'l celebrated Oll.ia
Flev'i Capa. Wa-Urln-*, and Cartridge*.
llei'llur. Am.j aud Model Ilarora
Aderna a Patent Kevolvlng Pi.Ula._
SiTi.isi.iit Sinms,
Fteadv made or made to riea.nre. Ordi-n left at either of our
_t*re? wiu have prt.iiiptalieiil.ett. I*? P?. kih h Be".
Haa, ti! Naaaau-at . auu .-1 Hroadway^
l.ltOYEK A llAKER'S ffQNKB-B
Kajiili loeuwMOBBP??B
Tm: Bk-v im Dtak
No. 494 Ilioidw.y. New-York
No. IM Ki:.t,?iKt., Brooklyu.
Suiokk'n S_\vini;-Machinbs.
HO - liewt-g-Machine.* ^
I ho. 1 Uewing-Machine. ^
Tbe Kwiilly Sewnig-Machine, A.
The Katnily 8e_.ngMa.hlno..
BtniBBiBflia-aM.?__;*_:"iU'Broadwav. N. Y.
I M. riliiuam A Co., No. Vti _._?_?.
Nu. 150 F-'t<>u .1 ?? Brooklyn.
? " i*J*.KTlli)I.F'S
C"_T"T?u"nare":p;**dM-Sly Sewing .nd
#tU____,?nd.i-upiic.iy8^^M ^ MAMFti._rv,_(<, ,
No 4-4 Kma.lway, eor. M-ward-at.
?fau dh LTOMa Bbwdw m.m \usym re*
___^Ll\_7-t_-?-** M-dal al the Fair of the Ameri.-.an l-atituie,
_^hr-.-_r.lpre_.i,.t-forl',e Sewing Ma.-h,ne work auo
__2__._f,,__luinat th.Kairof the Fraukilu Inat., New.eM.y
^jrr^JSrTMtT-t-. "|-?** wante^Ogoo, N?*._*gJj_,f*2_>j-___?
~WlilLl KR A WlLHORfl Sevyisi; Machixeb.
'? We prefer then. for lhiuily uae.-'?ITiibu-e.
**Th?T are UiofBVorite. for fauiilie.." ?'.Tiuiei.
,"1 Qtfice, No. .u. Broadway. New . oik.
Howk'i Orh.inm si.vmm. H-Wihimkb
Kot Faniily aud jM.n-laclur.ig purpoeee.
Arat. Vraadod ta Ba, eeetaqr. offi?e< No, ^ Bro.dw_y.
Facts.
n.iT.i?.UA.-ThU Bialuu-itt. aud dUM f-Nl ?
will rearlilv vield to _U-*WA1*I fc-U-Bl KKUHr ai.d K -
7*,. I'llia" lt comnitncea with aore tllioat, nea-ia-ue. bo_lar
ik*. .ore lil-, .rre?Tf.. foiiow. d by feve,. aitiMuamuva -ud
ra^.iuu. laiunni B_toa . emhr.ne in thr thraat, ran.ta. au:
5ff|^T^_L-.ADi IauBFi.aaf.iad to tbe Ikraat, cb.et.
aiid he.d. and li.ll doe<. ad H k?WA1 t nr.,,: uiuib] ??__?-**??
_?*rvTii l.,.?r. m.i -*8-_ _*? *.r.r b-WB-. i-ie
?kec?. tl.e ltle of the p.tieut will be eev.d aad ipeedy recovery
??_iot fcver, putrid aore throat, meailes. BBBBM ani ctoup.
Rad-av'*, fcaee-ew?a l*T-_* -'Oi Ra"" admiti'.teri.d in
_?_ where tbe above lual-di.- i -i.t wttl *?Te lua and r.itore
tbo patie.it to h-?ltb. Rapwat * rermdiei BTaMU by dr::_j-uti
IlX-'yaliri kAPvn - Cr... Offiee No. 13 John-it-.h. i.
Btark.
Cheu.ic_lv-I'rep?red
liU a,
Por fami-y uie; 2'-c. i>er l.ollle, with bruih.
For Balf bv aii Urug. Book. T"y. Fnncy. -ud HaidW-lB Mora.
Md llro?rr" -HU>- ^?,u^?"S. Jtreut. Ni*. 1"'? --"'K"*^:
HK.HtS Dl ITY Sl C'REHAN-rE,
Braadway,
?ra nr.w pr-pared to ofl.r to lha Uade B Wge a?id Wm\
a?a-CI".-it of
Pakii !- a-.v Oooua,
whleL I BWM Ottl
F,ei.. b liiTriiiiJ.iae F.i>a. Iu great variety.
s.L- iNKTr, Con-rcmM aad Hb-_-Dbb__b__
FeiK, Haih I'.Ns.n. ' 'X ,- '"?w ity.- .
B_ii.a>-Bd BriKLm, ol ?ieel. peaxa. jet, and gdl.
OUt and Meol Jbwklrv.
Dkaa. Birr.i.Na, (i.tHT.i..,. OtAKi-Caaiai.
PlK.lM, BOTBa-BB, A,-c?i:t,? .-<.. kc, to whioh theattau
tkon ol b'-ii.ra l. reafeCtl-iiv .obtlted._
r. p. p.
I-ARItl Pr:cktt PlA*T-K?-.
Thev lropart 3tr^..r:n . they Annihllatr l*atn.
, Theae da-ightful 1'ia.ter. y.eldreadlly to tbeinotioa
of tbe body. aheo'l* peripiration and thrjw ort all tue
eSenrivere-r-ilated iinpuritiea ol lhe aiete-i. '^hey
.b'..,.ldba uae. l.r all Cbronlc Paiui, Faintn.^i. Dyi
r-pan ftldl. ( onanrr.ptinn, Rh.-nniat:--'.. i'-iux.-.
\Veakrieai etr. The> reUia ll.eir active (jroi-Itiea
wben otber plaitora are naeleaa, and whirc applied
paiu canuot eii't. Fvery tani.ly ahould hav
One ai-e on clotb. t:.:ee mea ou leatber. J-imple ?ent
by inaii ou rec-ipt o, .'i centa.
Bakni'--: P iku, Not. 13 -. li, P-ik-Kuw. N. - ?
bliis. b. A. Alli;.\> Haih Kf-^torf.r and Zylo
Curea BAi.PBB>r aud rrttuira H.a'y Llair to Ita onjinal color.
For aale. wbole..le and retaii, at priue-.pnl depot, No. iSS Hri.ume.
Cornei Hi.ai.etb-?t.. and L>) all dr_g?iat? and B-aey-B-dB
Thf Parker Hf.wing-Machink Co.,
Relt?-ctfu'..y call tLe attetiti",, of the public to Aafc new and
k?__itifui br-t-cUaa, rapid aud aolaoUaa, do..r>;ethre.d,
048 S?vi-..M*,hi.vb. 0-i"
? wanted. OIEca. No. ?? BboauWat.
Vbk.ok 4. Co.
P.Kk'a
."atbkt
PoBor*
PailKLT
1'l.A-IK-'
are aoi
by aii
Pt-alora
from
ltoH
Ui__.-^
Dybpepma Kkmedy.
Da. Hu'i Aio.vm. linsORirivu .-fibtT ia one or the
?BOat edertive mt-diciuea of tbe age, baiius I eeu aaed lor the
ra.t .ii yea-a wlth mcreaainr favor. lt la recommeud.-d to rure
Bad Sidrita 1>. .pe|~la. More? -neaa, Hearthurn, t'olir, Paln*,
WLid iu tbe Stomach ci I'aln in tbe Howeia, 11. ?.i? he, Drou-ai
seaa. Kidr.ev Compb-uit.. kleiaucboly, I'ellr Iujjj Tieiueua, Ii.tei..
poraru-e. kexu-le Couiplaiita, aud kiudred di-ej-ea
The proprietor iuvitea the atunlion ofthe trade to tbia artb le
aad m-rely aaka a trial to te.t ita luenta. He w_ll be *:%d to
have Irruari.t. and othera . a!l at hia ofli-.e aud ex-njlne U.e u.ed
loine fi' tbeajwlve., and alao aee Ihe toatimoniaia iu itii favor.
Mero?ant. lu tbe South An-enoan trade, aod otner., can havo H
Wlth Spa-i?b iab*l?, certiciatea, ke. ..,-..
It la aow being extenaiveK advertned throuih tbe Esiteru
and Mldd'e Buiei, and peraon? ir: theie who have not beau a.p
D-iod P-sv piocure lt hy ca.iir.f or writicr to the l
*~^ Oaneral Depot,
No. 4k Water-it.,
NewTcrk.
lt Ia put op inpint bctllea *t r>1, centa. and in qnarta a! *?!. A
lTbeial di-onnt to whoieaab- und retaU dru?i.-ta for raih.
\V?BK. -. POTTBB, Who'.eaale Arert. K.-.Htn
J Bai.. h _. Bea. w holoaaU Ageut., Providenca.
T W. DTWTT* Sok, W'nol, .*!>? Ag.-uta. P-iiad.lpbi-.
Dk Maksii eont-noee t?, ai?i>ly hi* Radical
-CBBTar.a with nseB-B. in . ffe'j'.Uig perniaiiaut .--.re; ol He:
tSa rtrRupture, Bt No. I V.^ev j*.. Ladiea wait.-d upou by a
ie-uai. Ln mirate rooru.. Al.o, .Kr.il> of every de*cnp*.iou for
^aiiertr-tentionof K,.pt:,re. Kathin: Traaae.. P-pt ?r.i-zt.
Ke-dri-Bricel, Su.peu.tiy lla? la.-. .- - ..r.,a,
Knee Capa. Ank>ta, aud a.i *-i.iiicai .pp.ian.ea MUntUieaUy
?ppiie-l oy Mah.m li Co.. No 2 \eaey-rt-. N. -?_
"" HERKlNU'S PaTC.M ClIAMI'ION
FlKB aud Bl h..L*H-I'R'>"K M4VBI,
W ith HaJl'a Patent l*ow,i-r-Pio-l l^eki,
Atlord tho rreateit lecuiity of Bay Saf- .-. th- world.
B. C. llBKHI.N'.. k I ?'" ,
No. 251 Broadway, oppoite City Hail. N. Y.
bPAJLDINO'.** l'RF.I'ARF.D GLIE.
I'lmn m bthhy ktavaak
For B-U-fl Iraa.waaOA.
M_nuf*.-t_red by H. C 8iu.i,i*.?, _ Co., No. Ol C-da, 4.
Po.t-Ofr.ce addre-i, Bm Nu. o frl)._
KMiitv's T_UCOI_l--OUl
Iithe beat and B-MOaal arlicle for Ureteing.
Beautifying, Cieannir.., ( iirlinf,
Preaer?ing und P.iitorin. the Hair.
I<_-1e?. try lt. For mde by Dri.ggi.ta aud PerfnmeB..
~BATCHELOR'S llAUt DVK, \VlllS, OOd To! I'KF.S,
W. onnvai*-!. They ?re Mprit, e?y, d'.rab'.e. :md fi-. to a -h_ri__
fo abrinkiug. nor turi.in* ap f^hii.d. B-iTOBtBtLOS'l H *:it Dtb,
the beat iu tLe world ; th-.i.ly bat-aMai _.i radiak-i IiyeBnawn
Bpply at the Fact.ry, rei,...v -I to Xo. 1. B.nJ it._
"Stodaht Pianos."
Tba ro.-?t reliable Piaao, aud prououueed by lhe Profk*aio*t
and oref IS,f*0 lamlliei wiio b.ve tiieiu iu uae, TBB liarl l.*?
BTMi-B.vT uow made ln tbr l nited st-tea.
V*. ur-roon.a, No. SA1 Rroybrv
\yTt(HAJ?fcoi-D a Two Dats I
Tki_>i*-h ('.'Mfi i r*
Why la it thal th- E--Ouveruoi of Marylaud, tl-o Iba 1"'??'.
dwolofopeol the Baiilan*. Frederi-k City. ur.ed ll- DoctoTI
Wbere to pronire it ' VV Uv ha- a large caah oruev tlu. week
_*_??. fro..r.u. h mea aa Me.ara. Pl ei i. .Stvvena. VV Con-aa:,- Drnf
ajata at AJeiai.diia, Va.. ant by tb^ i-ry aail n Bll ?)? "Mer (rhe
third time in four week. i ir- ?__ Mr. Pierpout aud lou. Meaaia.
Ceok k Co. ot n-ue place, and by tbe very eame ju-li _ "??'_}_
order frotn Me.ar.. Hopper k Wiimer. cf Ceu'.re _.v. Md.,
(wbere a .bort time .ine.- meh an eiriwment aprinr UD frotn
io_jer.i__Jk.ble cure. made th-r- hy Trot. I ha.. l-rfjra.h*
.a-iuice Electric Oil. froiu No. .9 .South ?tb-.l . I luadeip!.... ?
fcw doon oouth of Cher*n,.: -t. 'i How ii^^that tho Milo^W
The ,
!?? . I
Cbawvb, waa < -r-'
paiaied handa of lonr "tanding: alao, tbe
_-_?-.... ofaludy ln Pblladelcbia, earadoi -P-bbi Cn tt tai
wad __j,u..r ot Cro-tp.u. I ten. a con.pi.t,'. rur::r-a: cure AaB
th-au. VV ),, <Jo *.irh men ?. Meur.. O. N. fc VV . H. \\ illiam.,
WLol-aa_* Dr.,,,1,1. ol .-yr?. ,.e. N. V., wnte, Aug. ?, that
*' Yoar Kleetric OU pro-.a i >.? ?,. 1.1,. 1*1 than any olher pr
taaaOk-B *. u... .,,.,,.. _,? 0; ?? ,\..
Prtoa ? eaatte, SO e?ata and *rl p-r l??,'le K-i *
Baaaaa _ Pah.,Nij.. II r.?d 13 I'_ik mw, aud aU l)i"gni-i'
?ai.d L)e^, r?. D.tK)t| liiUaii-lp:.... Fa._
Hiu-'s HairDvk, M Cemth.?Black ?>*? Brown,
loaUutai,*-..,.. u, e1Wt,a-di....!ir..: in color. Depot No. 1 Barnlay
?t , ann aold by.ll bn.? .t. v? ??, 1 nlted Btalea. Alao, Ii#al
1.1 ?i .. "h.i ivt, tor ihe i, :??,._ ,.?rt | ilair.
BOIXOWAY'B 1*11 LS Bl <l Dimmim ;,:??? ;li.- Ii.-.l
?r.d cbeap-.t MBMHai BH > i .p-. ov , ,--,,f . ..'.. br,. BBB,
froat-bil*., chllbUiua. eolda. ,-.. .fba, ..'..uiualiau., aud aii Ibe
couipiaiut. of tb*
Pon-iai.k Stamm :'.;....I iu i-.-uu,. fer aale at
IhUOff,,
Liii.m H Naiikai. Hi-i,kv.?At u.e ai.ni.1
tne?tiiiK -- tl)?i-M-obaai ?f Ika Keoj*Yer_i liraoeaiol
h'atural liiatruy, beld Inat evenin). at the l-'ottrl
titfet. Mr-liml V.oWe.ye, tlu-? iolluwlog _a_aaaa v*.ei_
eWi*d for tbe eii.uii.g year: Preaident, J
IidaCeld; Firat Vice-PreBitleiit, Wiiliam < ooper;
fc-cond Vii-e-Pn-eiili <>'-, ?'? ( ? Br-voorl; I arreafMNBd*
L-jfHecr-tary, J. H. I.e.lhel.i, Uecordifly >r, r*-t..-,
1_. H. lirowue, Treai?ur*r, <. M. Win-.itl<?>?; l.il.ru
tinn, O. W. Moint < uii.n.ie, l)r. G. Kij-kiev, l?r.
J. Or**-, Momn. T. I'liuie. <i. B. LMNBBaOe. nl
"ktoborx \l. Broom-. 'llie rvK-i.ty h-M_ Hl ?? _->.;:..
Baa-rion on Jrlonday eveuiiiiv ot eadi wetl;, himI Um iiur
ix>tti ?m ofa ottre\y Btientilic chorocter.
TUESPAY, FEMvUAKV iW, 1^60^
ro ^MttBi-wgwm . ,,.__
Wr oannot ualertal. Io reoirn rrj-rler^ ? ,,,,? vv.*
No uotk- rai. be tak.B ?/A^^iX,_thAiln?li?l by the
m i? iBt.na...i B?M**y*y MBflflMiUi i'" pBMtoa
naiue auJ a-die*. ol tbe ??_XlJuSr
B...x%-vrc^^"'---k'*J
Jretied lo IU'k.m* Ont*.aj_?J_^_____i_i
-. ____??-- -CTHph Ofti.-n, ll** ??*, N- 1;
afammaxmmwmkW* ?? *?m Waafclf 1-I-bbm
Tbe ?uormoii* circulatiou wbich Thb Wf.iki.t
Tbibi *b bat bbw attaUel la, aot unaaturaUj. a-coinpauied br
ao inwe?* in tho number of adviTtiiamaati irekloj admitiion
to iti ttgth r'rom thit BBB**, tnr many weeki ptrt io mur.h
tftor Ue* haen 08**fMi hy advertlt.-'nifttti in tliat paper that
we have not been aMe in all raaet to fiirnlih to iu readert tha
jraat variety of intareitinj and tr.itr.icttve readltis mttter whl.-b
wc niaan tbat thry ibal! alarayi tnd tn it. Ia order to obviat*
:h,- litt.rnltj infntut.-, w? htve .letamitned:
I. That tbe advaniirmoau ia Taa Wimr Taiarsa ihaU
ia no ratfl eireed ona paja cf tha papnr in amor.nt. Thoia
rearivad r.ltor the page ii fn'.l, Ba?I itand otw to tha next iutie,
whan tbey vrlll br- fint in erdrr.
II. Tbat no aavrrtitementi iball ba a-ciittod ex.-ept ?neh ,ii
wa ir.By jodja tattahie to tbe g?neral rtaaraetrr an.l pnrpotei oi
Tn TaiBtM
III. Tbat B'.ci.li af auy laicriptiou aliall be alioif ed In tuch
advurtltt-nienti
IV. That IM Bll*B ol all idverl.temenU 0/ IM Hna-t or latt
tball be oiifl doi'ai a liae ; Bi.d .f all n.lvertiteuieot* eiveedlii*
IM l.nfli ln langth, one dollar and Sfty rnntt a Haa.
?Advfrtiien willdovaell tv band lu tbeli favin'at early iu
the vraak nt pottiblr, ia ordrr to inmrr. their finiling a plaro. It
i, proper to add tba!. witb a BflgflBBI cirrulatloa greatly .ixraedinj
?ioo.ooo Bflflflfl. ?*?* wbbkiv Tanaaa k Mb ?>??*< ai.d
ebettiavt adverti*?>|l mediatu lii tbe world.
Thr Tribaur 4 umpuifcii TraclB*
Xo. I* Siv.akii nnd O'CoaoB*
Vo.fi Dbmocbbtic Lbabbbi roaDiibbiob??'Wfl
ton'a Sptech. See advertiaeme.t.
COIfiHFM.
BBBATB, Keb. S7.??T.DBT*- (Dem., Mira.) pre
aeiited a uieuional from tbe Legislature ol -Ncw-Mexi
co, aaking ttt the organization of the Territory of Ari?
zona. Mr. Seward (B*p.,~.Y.) pre^rt-ed petitiona
asking that BCBaVjai bl graatad tho M*-BM oi tbe war
of 1818. Mr. TT..!e [B*f>, N. H | piaaaatod a memo
rial from Wl9kb Smibnni, pi?M*BBff BgaBMl tbt order
foi ?I _TMt, Mlfl aiMltfl tb..i it be NaaJaJai, Mr.
CllllaaMT (_?*]*., Vt.l moved nn ?qsJtT info thr, expe
diency of having letter? remaining in a Poat-Of-ca
rl.irlT OAJt BS**JM h* n .iini.'.l lo Ibaif writera.
AdopMd. Mr. WiiKon (Bep., M-aaaJg*?1 aocto* of ?
tail] to rcd**8 th* ratea now paid for the public print
intr lajWtTdhrl per cent. Mr. Brown'l r.?-?iltiiioii r.-i
M'.iet,. ilieTt-nitorie.- WBI then takoi up. and Mr.
To'-'in?'.- ?!>. tn-. 6M.)adM*****l lb* s.-iiitie. Tba aub
, ei traa lb*a pO-Bfoaad. aad tba ImmM went into ex
eeatlT* BaackM* Adjonrned.
IIovsf. Feb. -.'7?The billa for the payment of In
valid ar.d Mh*T Paaajaa*, aad ttt lb* anppOTtoflb*
HlHt-*7 A.-x^tiiiy weiv paaaML Mr. OoakHag (B*f>,
N. 1. aongbl bM uik-i M ..''"tain consent to imroduce
* IMOilMilM irf liiiinry wkMBBraBJ ii'i'tbei legiclation
?UBIl^MlljIniinrT Ihi Bboty of apeech or per?
aon iu tl.e Di.-trict of (.'oluuibia. and aluo tbe righta of
ftaa ?*I1**J hi .MM Di-tr.'i. <'n BOtMai*. Mr. rVn
u.u ;Kep., K. Ta), 11 reaolution was adopted calling for
hforrPiition aaM tbe BOB?lk- oftbl tniKt IhihIh w.- I
01 tbeMigBotui wt npnrt for tho ffaw-TM*. hdhMI
taid il tbe tame have been bront'bt into market, by
what authority. The printinfr of extra copiea of thn
ruaMil- Aiir.iiu! Meaaage.aBl neiwrtaof thf B**da
o| Uepartiiienta, waa ordered. ae re{.orted by tbe 0*M<
niitftt * T*-y '*r*eemm 9tAXOt kmggg mtnoi, Mr.
Adrain (A. I*.. H* J.i ptop****l M tKf eometliing in re
i.l\ iu Mi. Caitei'a reeolntion relative to tbe tieatment
M tb* _\ew-York Seventii Uegiment. But objectiona
weie uuitie. Mr. Jo'm Coibuaue iDert.. iS'. V.i ab*o
MM l" iej-lv M MBM remarkg pnbliahed in Thk Tnin
r.V-E. and the objeTtiona wrre rrwwrd. ITe ftur^d
liowtTi-r. th..t l.e waa ne'ther tbe Chairman ofthe
Conmitree of Arran^cn,.iit8, nor n mcmtier. Aft*r
tjiiiie taaxattag ti'ue, lb* miBm \\a^ mtoo\mt\oxA
the How* pfaaaaiad to \ote ttt Printer, Mr. CiHu
Ktp., lnti.?? witLdi-nwiug tbe name ol Mr. Dt-lieea.
Tbi** voiea were had, aa 1'oUowi:
rirat. Iflflflflfll. Third.
||] (,i,...,ner.ner.':l -1 "4
Mi. Bai.^1 3 '
Mr. FordofOhio.65 91 88
Mr. Winton.'I ? ?
Mr.Seati:..11 14 1*
Mr. Drf-eet. 2 - -
Mr.Coombf. 1 ?
Mr. Hadoway. 1 ? -
Srattrring....? 3 i
There buviny been rr> choit-e, wveral bMSMM_l ef
foita were iben made to postpone and adjourn, wben
liliotbervtite ivfifcbad, hr I'jll'iwg| Xet-erMtry to aehnit-e,
:??; for Mr. ThoMBl H. ?***?_ of Ohio, W| Mr. QIom
l.r.Ti.rr, Tl; Mr. BaalOB, 18| Mr. Bnii, 9; Mr. "Win?
ton, I* Ht* w\tti wai itodared al*cl*d. Mr. Blak*
1,'fj... Obi*. iirnotinccti fhe. ilmtb of tb* Tfon. Cyrna
Spink of t-..' AlVth Dii-tri t ofOMo, in M niipropriar^
?oJogr. Iliini* fBitlifRirp. lowa aad 't.. sber
n-.un (l.'i-p., Oblo tnili ala* p-ii'l a IribaM of ra*p*e11.>
rhe jMWBad, v,-h('n the. MMtBMBIJ NMlatiOM were
adopted, and the Honae adjonrned.
UICHS?ATITB-C.
Bmats, Vi h. 27, BlQa wen I?trodaeod rebtiT* to
[?utiiabing the State CaaiTaaa, '" e_?owchnneBi on
y?wTof-i Harbor, aad lo pareha** of *aal ?*MM by
CohnaUa Coih-'e. InCaounittaa, tb* bill rehthrato
Divot.-i'i wua tabaa BpaBdaaaaaBML Tb* bill rela
,i\e lo tlie BfOpttty in tlrnJe imtl tbe euiiiiiiii- of uiar
ried woaaaa wan dabatad, and etdawd M a Udri reutl
ivii. So waa lb* biil io ?ewporate lb* f'ui/ena'
B*l Dga BaBk of S* W-Tork. The Troy Armory bill,
ibs liicK-klyn Water a. t, and several other billa were
db-i-ateed Lu Committee.
AflSIXBl y, Wob. "..?laill- were introdn. ^.1 M detine
lb* wrwwi iii.'l daliaa of Harbor M*at?*, to ttxt.-nd
ibe e**p***l* poWMI ol' tbe ISeueca luiiiiiii?. to atneml
ihe Kxetuptioii a.t, I.eriJe aeveral othera ol a locnl
ebaracter* Mr. Jaqo**, trom ili<- PivBaM laTaM**
gaung Coniniit_t*'e, ri|-orti-i| leaUaMBJ, BBd tb.-ir MB
iiluBJoa Ibmjfima. Ibal tbm* if no fo*?datloa bt tba
. tiiii? iinprojHT biflnepo* ba*b**a na*dtoaftocl
U.e roM on the bill. After reinarkis by tbe Speaker
and Mr* M??bia, tha Hoaaa w*at lato CoanriaMa oa
the Pro-Kata bill?Mr. Klagl. r oAviag H imporiant
amendnri.t, which lu- axpUaai 9 laagtb. The
lamd WBI Rdopnd. (Ithrr iiinen.lrnr.ntt wr**
oflend, ih hatcil, aad adoftod. A aeaaiaa wa* bad in
thi. cveninj?, aad ihe I'm Knla bill dheaMad* lt waa
ii.i.ile tbe ?j*cial order kt MMOfNW.
Tbe ateani'T .lnr;i, fmni I.i-.rrp.u.l tb*. 1 Ith inat ,
put itito Ne.*.-B'-dlor.l ).-.|er.lay iillirunini with
ber .iigiuca broken. Tbt nccid.-iit nc-urn-d oir
GeoTgp'i Sbciil, au'l a Ht.-nni-tuj? will bl MWamvg
tt tow her t(? thia city.
-,-?
Tbe WaaWagkM C\*i OombmB Omum- bnt m-lit
vet.-d lo pi.--.enl to Ihe S'lenth K.--Hil'-lit, Bfl
i.n.al (Juitrd, (-ftl.il ettji I handao-e ,!iud ol
cnli.ra.
Tboinaa II. lord 9* Ohio, vcit.-rdav ? l-cted
i'ni.Krto tbe HlBll. Bl a Republican luw>.T of
Mhiialield, OU*, lli 18?6 .l.'.-ted Ll.-llt (i .'..-lliol- of
thai Slale by a lniKe niajiiril_>. He ia ala*>"-i b>
proleaaion, but we beiieie waa fonnerly a PiuiU-r.
H* na. aetive in tl,? eainuta for HYMBBBt ll I8W.
We ur.* \it ?Aitliout ttO)tbui. (i.iiii tbe ITIB?I "'
iho i.*>amer lTiinp?r-an. IV revenue-cutter Dar
ing hnd uot reucbcd tho wrtck yeaterday. A nutn
ber of divera have left ITalifax in the achnitiier
Oaamjrk min. M-MnMh A hnt-box mnrkoi
" William BonllenbonBO, Saekville, ' liaa mm
wtkbh-A M-MW-I l?<t >t il uot cli-or that il canio from
the wreck.
?->
ln reply to Um reaolution of Mr. Superviaor
Blui.t, which waa tfliiVrK lat-t week, Mr. Diatrict
Attorney Waterb-ury yeaterday addreiaed a long
communication to the Board of Supervi-or., in
whirh hn praA_na ? Bnrrowful ri'iulini-itii tn comply,
if tte Boaid ao will it, hy g-ffaf ? H-t ttu* untriiwl
iiiiliitiiifiite ni Iiim nlliee, providetl the Knard lur
niRh him wiih n clerk for that aervice?whirh wai
very obhging in him, to be anre, aeeiiu- that thry
are matters of public record which he ia bouud to
liirtiich when r.-qiii-Hlr-d |o iOM HoMBMrt- that tho
rhi.'f reaaon for n<>t bringini* indictmenta to trial is,
thal they wn- lin Iftt oAMK, and there were
hopca of ami iniin. ;>t and rcform for tho rriminaU.
Other INMM are mmmvi, hut we J,< not lee " po?
litical expediency" inrludedam.ni* them. Ile depre
mti* thr imcovering of the M0N-. of hia i.-ftic? aa
caloulated to "fMJMt a tfain ?f ai-hui_- hearta
11 t_r_?gW?t Um citv,"' and tiit**rly utmm bt
make a pi'blio .tatement of the IWW why caaea
have ni.t hieo tried. BtMytl "___? majority of
" the eases they would he only ptemiuiptiie, aml "'
"aome inatancea it would defeat the enda ofjua
" tie.- to aay why a tnal ia not bad. For varioui
" reaaon*,, t.erefnre, auch n rt-tuin i-annot be uinde.
"But, if any inember vtfWU Boanl VtnXmU to kimw
" why any BM ?r nmie vt the indi.tinenta are uot
" tried, if he will call at thia offiee it will give me
'' tlOOl pfcuilIPtH tlthfl him fully." In n-apeet
toold ilidit-tmelita, he .lnes m.t pmpn*<e " tu dig
" (anl vvnrk fmm the momiila of the past under any
'*circuiiietiiiii***.*,," ___leO_ tht* P-HaJBI MMM-1 de
mand a trial. Mr. Waterbury ie niauilVatiy un
wiliing to let any light into hia " pri.on-hou*'-''
tLat he can poa-ibly keep out.
.-*a>
'llu* Speerk of AiilivliAM LimdI.S attheCooper
Inrtitute IjihI evmnmj waa one nf the happiext and
rnost coiivinrips* political argTimonta evor mad..' in
tbia Cih, and waa adtlre-e.-d tu a crowdrd and
moft appriTiatinj- M-HlMIW BBbtt tbe da." of
Clay and Webater, rn, man haa apoken to a larger
B-ai-B-lBfl of tbe iDtellcct and mental caitun* of
our Citv. Mr. I.ineoln in IM <>f Natuie'n oratnra,
?abg his rare powera aoleiy and t-rTectively to eluck
date and to couviiice, thuugh their inevita.le . -Il.-ct
is to deli_ht and electiify an well. W_ preaent
heiewith a M'ry lull arnJ ai-.-urat.- rOfOCtof thia
S|..'i-i-|i; }??! t-M 1oi,i-h, UM J<r Ii,''"*. Ut hitidlitig
vyv tmd tht mirth provoking look, del'y the report
ei'n BkOL Th,- IMt aNti-iiibl-.il'- treqMatly rang
with cheera and abouta of applaiise, which were
profongoJ and iatOBB-M nt the cloae. No man
>\,r before made auch an impre.aion on hia firat
appeal to a New-York audience.
Mr. I.info'.n vmuMA f?,r the Urpuhlican caune to
nipht at Providence, R. I., and it i* hn\>eA that be
will t'it:<l tun.- to Hi-i-ak oti.-e .., BBOM iu Comieeticut
befjre be ei-th hia lace bonieword.
\Vt* nhall BOM iBiuie Inx .S-,ei-ch of last uight in
paini'hh't furm for rhi-ap circulation.
OV-KI..%.-!> TO TMK PAtlFIC.
Thi? country urgently needa the moat Jirect and
apeedy intercommu-iication between ita Atlantie
nnd Gulf ,St.'it''K, aml those touchiiiK the Pacific?
nt eilr. tn tLir, t-ud?
I. A Daily Overland Mail from thi* Miaaouri by
the Bocky Mouutain Gold IJegi'.n through L'tah t<,
Um rich Mim-ral rcgion of Caraon Valk-y and o?er
the Sierra N'evada to Placcirille and .San Pi au
mm.
;l. A Miiuni'tic Tol-flipk along or very near this
i_reat err.tral Mail route. h -BOt, riich a Tt-!.
praph can oniy he kept in workini.' order by running
it directly along the Mail-rout.*: ao aa to keep it
cou-ta-tly under ofeM-1 atioii, protect it from Bav
age depredationa, and render it at all time-i ac
eeaoioto,
:'.. A Paiimad fr..in MN NU oi. __fl Miaiiiaippi
or Mi.-M.iiii tn tlu* l'ai'ilii- <)i-,-aii.
Of all tht-se enterpri*-**-, we Ui l_M etIMati un
eomy.rcii.iairg adrocate. TmV\ i'aiu?.t be uu.liir
taktil toO at.Oli, lior pturri'lltcd wiih tM BmI
mmrtn, Rot
I. II il Oot thing to iirg.* tlu* eiinatruetiuu ofa
puhlic woik, and iiiK-ther to acquieice iu the con
BO?IBHlM ti a job. And il' the *-**.uate Po.t-Ulliee
C<?Iittw -hr.il nport?a<* it i8 aaid they will?a
lull in pay eertain qwoifioi parii.-n out of the
Trt-akury ^50,000 per annum fnr ten v,*ara, under
tke g'ii*,i- vi compenaation for giving the Govern
inri.t ? priority in the onuveyaiiee tt lufrmtyrn nver
a line <>f Overland Magnetic Tele.raph ta bo by
thi-ni .niiBtru-ti'd, then mm truat their bill will be
mtittkti, ttt at au\ rate a,, modili*-d a.- to Opon the
Krrvne IiijUlli'il to VVlin.irT will pi-rl'nrui it on tho
ii,,,.-! hfoiiMi t'Tins.
Mind lhat. vm-iln n.it obji-et tii t!n- iiii,l,','laking,
for that we far or: nor t.? the QooOTB-Mat'l anling
it, f.-r thut in juat and pnlitie. Tlie, GofOnMBOflt
preeii.ineiitly ueed*. that Telegraph: let it help pay
tii*t-i.st of Hb ciiutitriirliiin. Kor d?i WO hnld that
^50,000 per annum ii too mueh: f,,r wehave BO
kuow ledc-on that point. Hut let the Government
nihi-itin- foi pinpnHalt fnr t-oiiiii'i'liiig Mixnnuri
tLroiiiih .ertain e-keuti.il intermediate potltl with
California, and award it* aid and cuatnin to the
lnwerf !,-.*,|?.!ieil,!e biddiT: and whether the eoat he
> .0,000, $10,000, or $100^)00 pt-r amuiui, MB xay,
L-t the _t.i<t favorahle hid ba a.*c**|.ted, and let ita
coniitioaa bt lUflML Hut t>, gin. an oiitright
aum to certain paiti.a. withnut even iiii^uiriiig
wlii-l'iu-i iillii'in ate imiI r,-;t,l> l<> porfcffM the rmiui
?ttfl MTflM at a ehrapei rate, is the old SU-aiiinhip
ilinl ;i,lilirry nver again. We pmlrHt ugaifiBt it.
II. Tin n, an tn Mail .Service. The Houae I'nat
Olli.'.- ('mnniitt.-e will, it in aaid, KfOft n bill pm
viiling fnr ? Daily Mail in twenty mbji from nny
jM.il.t i.i. tlu- Mi.-nieeippi nr Minnnui'i that the luwi-Mt
i.iildi-rrt iua\ |.ref.-r t.. iSan Pranei-i-,,. S,< far, well.
But it ii ailil.-.l that Nowapopcre, _--- all Mottof not
Kuhject I,, l.ett.r pnelag,', in t? he rarrieil mymj th?*
Miiine r.nite l.y the Baiiie I'liiitracti.m MM I wck
und in thirty daye. W'e prote.t againat thin imju-t
nnd iiiiBchiivouH iliHcriminatinn. We d<, not be
ii-\e it will WM a BMB wurth iiiuiiing tn the (Jnv
. rineiit, while it muat prove utterly riiinoua to the
l'reia. We who print newapapera that our Pacitic
im thren tmmt U> take iinint nl BMM Hulunit i?
he niitiripat.-d BMM three MM-H hy the tiding-J
innve)i,l by Telegraph to our hiil.n'rilieiii.
That il our fortuue, and we inuet take
it aa w?- find it. But to have the Mail e.i di
vided anil airanged that our own newa, whie!.
we huve paid thniiaiiiida to c illert. an.l >>ur
nwu all ith % whieh a Ulilliou penple ,le?:ie lu H'i,l,
ahi.il bc clippcd from our olnmna and ir.c.oaed in ,
I. tt. ra bv nl. rt CorrrBpondontB, und truiaii.iM.il to
i.nr CaliforDia cntemporaries and print'dby them a
forl ni|;lil nr M belorc onr papi ra can r.ncii onr aub
iciil.ert.nr. the Pacific, ia n..t the fair th'irg. Smaali
the FrankinKpiitilege; make i".er*.thinft tbat neatl.-a
in u miil-hag pa> its regular postnce: but b t ttlggj
tbin/v <_o throucii in equnl time, and don't scnd part
of u.ur Mail ab.od lo kill Ihi* rcm.iuc ibal mu keep
b. hind. Wl hiive had a Mfl it of thia policy in tho
circuiiuiiiibii'it (Hi rla.-id Mail whicb now g)iata*a
ll:rou;:li New Mrxicnimd Al?BBB IfWBBIB ln BBTB
& new deal, give M a fair one. We iniiit that the
Ncwipaper Mail* can be more cheaply carriedevery
day than weekly, because the heavy accumulation
in the latter ca-e will overload wagonB aa well aa
tej.nia, nnd .ft.-n prove .ieatructive to wajjon
apiii.ya. We admit Ibut lhe pnvilcfie ol nWimgnAf,
ten davi bebind with the New-paper Mails would
be wolth tcuietbiug to the lbreordained contract
tira; but. we dimbt their wflDBfBBM to pcrfnrm tbe
service $|hii,imh.i cheaper on that account. If they
would make that diflerencc, lot us aro il there bo
not othera wlm Mfl carry tin* entire, mail daily
at cheaper ratea than the picemptionera' oll'er.
Compclition iw a wMnMBM rcgulator.
III. As to a Tncific Kailroad, we aro aa heartily
for it aawe know bow tn be. But we want one
road first, even if we are ultimately to have two or
three; and we want that conatructed wherever and
hi who.naocver it may bo done moat cheaply. The
PM-lMBVl la*t Annual Mesaage ia mainly l'.ght
with n-g.'ird to thia Kn-t cnlcrpriie, while Mr.
Wigfall'a .Sennte bill ia futully wrong in propo.-ung
tg nnili-rtiiki' two Hcjinrate BbM atonce, and to pay
to eacb M ailnlrary bonua per inilo from 99 Fed?
eral Treaaury. L-t Cougreas ad/ertiae for pro
jioi.nla to conatruct MM Koad?unii-ttered ut to
route, so that it runs wholly through our own terri?
tory: and let the contract be awarded tothe lowest
bi.id. r who pnta np antiafuctnry a.-curitiea. It will
be bf t-dnei to conatruct one |Btl Koad within the
n.xt ten ftmtt lha:: two wilhin twenty ; lor !hn one
wili he niorally certain of a jjood payins busineas
from tbe moment of it* completiom while two rival
roada would BBBJ a Pro Kata actt.. k.-.-p tluui from
cuttinKcacb oth.r's thrnata, QlfB Bl one good
OvriJniid Kailioad first, and in tLe ahortest po.taible
time; then wc can tell wbat ahould be done for
another. Terhapa the lirst will pay ao w? 11 that
Bi.other wiii ap.clily bnild itaelf; poai-ibly it may do
ko badly that we ahall not choose to undertak*
another. Tacilic Ilailroad- are not triflea, and if
tbey aro to ncene th.ir aliment from tlie Treaaury,
we inauton making them 0110 at n time.
TIIK -vIEXICA.'V TIIKATV.
A coir'-npoiiiii-iit wbo uruei* Ibe ratilication nt tiie
utw Trealy ncgoliated bj Air. MeUne with the
.Iiiarez GovenimeLt in Mexico, taken a large -psce
iu our eofcUBM tbia IfBiBf. We must reply to
him briefly.
I. Ileeaja we have not publiahed the Treaty.
We antwer that it has not ytt been lawtully pro
ni'ilged, and w .1.. imt know lhat it kai BBM tiub
liahed at ail. Ita benclicianea nnd active udvocntei
have put f..rth, through their chief nrgan, what'
they say ia the text of the Treaty: but it ia uo wiae
authenticatcd. How can we be aure that they
have not iiarbled it to auit their peraonal enda ?
We chooae to stand on the leading features of the
itiHtruniciit, aa Kenerall) uinli-rstnod.
II. Our objection to the Treaty U fundamcntal.
lt involves our country in an ?? ntaugliug allntuce"
?juat auch a i.ne as ?\ aahington waiued ua aijaiust.
It iropoaea on ti*, to a conaidcrablo ext*'iit, thontier
ous taak of prnUi-tini; MttBM againat fon-iKii iu
tri?ue nnd douiertic diaaeneiona, and of goiirantre
inc the eo"d behavior of her warring factnna. If
Heniy Clay were Pre.-ident, and it were paaaftla
for him to BMMUMI auch ? Trt-aty, we ib.ntld still
oppime it.
III. No man deiuei tbat thia Treaty ia made
with a Oovernment which rulea over but a fraction
ol the Mein-aii people, and bas* not for a loag l_M
da/ed to ahow it* face within eight of their capital.
Tiiii (Joverumcut ia no itronuer lo-day than it was
when our QoTCTBBMal igBMBal ii? cxiatenc.' and
recoRni/ed tb" imUtgoniat rule as Uie Qbtbb_MB|
de fttrtu of Mei.'Co. We do hot cbooae to decid*
which of the?e warring factiona is the stronger or
luoin leKitiuiate, but we regard ueitber of them aa
at tlia lime autLorized or able to biad Mexico.
Money paid to either of them by virtue of such a
Treaty will be aimply thrown away.
IY. We don't want any Inthmu* routea or -'free
"tranaita" tl.i'oiiiib Mexico. They can only be of
use to us by di-iparauing our OWB Overland Kout.B.
Ghr* na a Tel-fr^h, a Daily Mail aud (iiltmialcly)
a Kailroad to Uie PaCiIic through the heait of our
own countr), i-.ml we ,-'iall BBTBBI BBMBiOB for
tranait rmites tbroimh Mexico. And the nianileat
object?at leait. the neceisary effect?of our dab
l.iinir in trar-it i.nitea aoutb of our own boiiudary
is to delay tlie improveui'-nt of our nieans of cmn
nitmication atraigbt ucroaa our ..wu leilitaif**,
V. Oai litifle.-polidelit aboWr tliht aeier.tl o| the
itliaulatbaiB "f ttii- Treaty, witb refardl to tbo pro?
tection of our citizt'ii- in Mexico, repelling of aavage
mciiiaiona, _c, are wholly Biipeferngatnry. <lur
rifkt to defei.d our own citizens and settleiuenta i.i
already perfect. They were probably inserted only
to win favor for the Treaty. And. ao far as they
auth.'.rizc ua t<> si-nd armed lorcea inlo M.-xico fo
protect our citizens and their property, we object
to them. If our people choose to be protected in
tbeir biiKincaa enterpiinea, let Ihein alay al home.
Wo woul.l not encourage them to ransack the world
in 4uest of chaiices to invcet their money and labor.
We bave room :'??r all at home.
VI. Soine ol tbe alleped coinnieicial itipuiatiom
of thia Treat) are advantageoui lous; but Satan'a
otler to Chriat of "all the kinKdotn* ..f th.? world"
waa quite aa teuiptini:. and no leas autbeutic.
VII. The money alipulatod to bn paid by thio
Treat) fumiihei tlie propelling force b> wincb it u
ti. bo drivrn Hvaagb. The prelended claimi on
Mexico are either unfoiindednr g!-..?alyexai:gtT?ted;
tbe Tbree Milliona difltribiited under Un* li.rnuir
Tnaty w.re entirdy ton mnch, and we bt'lieve IlaLf
a Hillioii w.ruld an.ply pay every dollar that Mex-.co
hoiieatly owefl ua to-day. ThiB jjc.?,i)im>(iio() to claim
tuta ia <'iceedii.).'ly in.-ilniloroti*.
VII!. Wc nn utterlyi.ppoae.i to any iutcrin.'d
dKog b) our lioveiniii.-iit m the lnli'atiue leuds of
otb.r countriea. I,<t Jiuirea aud Miruumu light
.mt their ajaanat] if JBBIM ia the atronger, we can
allonl I.. vm.iI lor tb.- IBUaalabiiakaMBt ofbi* awaj ;
while, should Miraiiion prove such, our ^??,ihio,iu?ii
to Juarez will ol conr-.e be thmwn away. lf tbe
Church nr Mmuunii party now Im.*-. ua, it baa |00*1
ii iiHi.n to do ao; but bl ui treat all partiea unp.ir
tially and juitly, and that hai red will paai away.
? In fbort?for tbia n the wbob- matter in * nnt
rl.rll?let iu inmd our own buaineaa,and let Men...
alone. Sbe will do better thua than if we utenned
d'.' ii b.-r (loiiu-iticbroila?while we ahall 4o a great
d.al better.
UM II Tlit..** II llilUV.
Upon the facta of the caae. ao far aa tbry ar*1
kiown tothe public, it ia dhViilt to conceireof
any good reaaon for auch legialation in regard to
KichmondCVnii'y 88 ia propoaed by the bill reported
at Albany on Saturday, and puhliBhed iu the Nter
of our corrfi>|.onder.t yeaterday morning. What
private griefa there may be to be gratified therehy,
of cour.e we know uot; but tbat aome auch exist ia
a natural auapicion, for it ie not eaay on any other
auppofition to jiccnuiit for the pn.pn-nl of auch
mca-urea as here indicat.d. How " Iittle bills"
get ripnitid weall kimw, and the moat ratioual
eniiji-cture in regard to thia aet in, that it ia aome
bodys " Iittle bill."
One of two thirigB may be taken fnr grmited,
without the fear of any contradietion, successful or
iinBueceaafuI, namcly: that for tbe deatractiM of
the QmM-Mm Horipitala l.ichuwnd County either
ik nr ia not guilty. A aecond jioailinn al?o, we pre
aume, may be asaumedas incontrovertible, and per
fectiyjuBtto all parties?that if ahe is not guilty,
she ought not to be puniahed. The converao of thio
propoaitioc?tbat the County, if it committed that
act, ahould suller the iie-ialty?eov.-rs every ques
tion that can by any poa.ibility be brought to bear
upon tie aubject.
Whether the County ;? guilty or not, in a,|iieation
wedonot prnpoae to evitiiniie. But an sbe is ar
Taigned as a criminal, for which fhe is to auffer, if
thia bill bccome a law, in a aum not lesa than three
hundred UmMMJ dollara, that queation ahould cer
tainlv be .ubmitted to a judicial eiamination ratber
than be prejudged by legislative enactment. There
in already law enough to convict and to puuiah her;
and under tbat law there are, at tbis moment, pend
ing againat her no lesa than eight suitr*, four brought
hy theCfinmic^onersof Emigration, on behalf of
th,- State, ai.d fuur other* hy Dr. TmUVfttm aml
hia a.aociates, who claim damagea for the tfestruc
tion of their private property at the time of the
buniiiig ofthe BOaf-t-k And these tsuits, il ahould
I,.* ri'iiii-iiihinil, are not lirnngr-.t in Pifhmond
County, but in tlieCounties of New-York and Kinga;
a_.d nobody lia_ ventured tn adiatiee a *)iea, M pre
pi.HternuB upon the fnce of it, that in those countiea
the caaca wiii not be fairly tried, or that it ia possi
hle BM mal.gii irlluenee eau lie lirnught to hear upon
them there. If there were no otber objection to
thia bill, it ia enough that it take- eiglit i-nses now
hefnre the Supreme Cmirt of the First and Second
Diatricta to be adjudu-ated upon by the I.egialature
at Albaoy, an.l that Legi-lature repiet-enting the
principal plaintifl?the State. We make here two
pointa, the importance of which, we think, w? do
not overrate: Pirat, that there ia here an utterly
unwarrantable interfeieuce with the Judiciary; and
aecond, that the State, through the Legielature,
ventures to usurp the p'.ace of judge that it may
adjudicate in ita own favor, and find the defendant
guilty without a trial. It is worth while for gentle
men at Albany to cenaider whither l.-gislation of thia
Bint may lead u?. Sueh a prtcedeut in the hands
of a corrupt and ur.erupul-us Legislature is c?pa
ble of Lnfinite mischief.
If the ends of public justice ever can require l*>g
ir-lation of thia aort, they ceitainly do not in this iu
atance. Aa it is quite abaurd to suppn^e that the
whole 80,000 |.e.,ple of Staten Island participated
iu nr were even eiigiiLzaiit nt the aets of a few in
cendiarita, ao ie italtogether a gratuitoua supposition
that they intend to e.eape, or that it ia possible for
them to eacape, if they were so disposed, their Iesial
rcsponaibility for the acta of a mob. Indeed, if we
inny believe ihe Staten Island paper of la-t week,
they do not tven ask to be conv icted nf that reapnn
sibility, but are quite willing now to settle all juat
and lair claims againat them without the foiaiality
ol a trial. Surely, no i-xtraonlniart legislation is
tieeiled for a caae of thia aort. It may be safely
left to the ordinary eourae of judicial procedure, for
th.tc is nothing in the circumstancea aurrounding it
that entitlea any of the plaintifls to any privilegeo
whieh are nnt acenrded by the lawato other ritiaeua
tttrnt State.
.?IH. UKMiiiviiiDi.r*. iPOLOOV.
In justiee to the Vice-Preaident we publiah elao
where hia card, taken from The Conatitution
nl Saturday morning, in which he denics that
he was privy to tbe a.eault M Mr. Hickman,
mi which we have heretnfnre cominented.
We are rejoiced, fnr the credit of the country,
that the Vice-Preaident is able thus to exonerate
himaelf from the suspicious indications attached to
the faet that he was present when Edmundson'a
aaeault Waa made. We are glad also tn he ahle to
chronicle the faet that Mr. Breekinridge is uot in
Um hahit of wearing itrms abnut his peraon. But
we have ilnne Mr. Bnirkinridgo no injustiee, either
inteiitional or uninleiitiimal. Hia ia aimply the old
caie of Tray being found in had eompan). The
cbief point of our couiineuts was, that these aa
aaull*,, aetual and meditated, npnn Niirthern MM
bera of Cnngrese, are contingent asaassinations, aud
fliat whnever engages in them is an aaaussui :n
apirit and pnrpnse. If Mr. Breekinridge mjm not
rngnirant of Mr. Eduiunds.n's intention, or waa
preient only by aecideut, au unaruied ape.Utnr,
nf ei;iir_e he is nnt MBMtMs to Ml criticism.
It is impoasihle that evea a tolerably intelligent ob
aerver ofthe occurrence ahould be able to know the
aetual facts upou which our oommeuts turued, with
iiiit U?l liiiilily (j.-nper enufeu-inn of Mr. Breekin?
ridge. While it eieinpts him from eensure, il ia no
wn> liluuts the fnrce of our general charge. or takea
the t-ase nf Mr. Hickman out ofthe category wh.re
we placed it. a* iliustrative of assassin pUfMM j
This waa the charge we made, and this isthe charge
to whieh we ndhere, und to which we -ihall adhero, i
until Mr. Keitt can e'.ear his -kirts iu the manner in
whieh Mr. Breckitiridgo has done. Let us hear
from him that he knew nothing ahout the intended
a?sault, and that he n.-ver |MB arme.l il the atreota
nl \Vi^liii:,;tnii. As to his ulwavs happeuing t<> be
prennt, accidentally nf eourae, whein-vei- dee.l-, B.
vinlence ure cniiteinpliited or perpetr;it."J, it is un
necegsary for him to rq.eak. BfOfjbodj kuuws
ahout that.
The thing to which we desire to call public atteu
tion, and which we deimunee aml exeetate, is as
sasHinutinu?bullj ing.'cowardly, infamoua aeaaas'.na
tion. The men whom we atigmati-e and hold up
o public ndiuin ure the aasas.ina, be they who they
umy. We sa\, as we have alwayI aaid, that the
cnfedi rateaesaultoii Mr. Suuiner iu theSemle was
one ol the niimt aliniiniialile aml _MthMMI M-l
ever n-ei.rded in the auuals tt UtVUJB !-t_ll>i.-nn.
The fighting subterraneau uvvJies nf .iae Si-th
Ward would er> eh^uie nu BMk atraiisae'eion within
beir nwu puriieu*. In that cise, wj aaw oue
urmed man aiaa 1 and atrike dwwn nn MMBtl |?t
.on, while BMmwM tkfBmw man stood hy aa ? con*
le.lerato, ready to uim tke latal bullet or plunge Um*
ileaiily _n>iiiard in MM the fietim abuuld be ahleto
i.||?r reiietanee. OM Mpt-BU-f WMBM MlM-BM-i
mere aavage uud fi.ul, than thia? The Hiekiuau
:?r:.ult heloiig* tn Ihe aame clasa of attacka, ao far
aswecan judge from appearuuces. U w*? pre
meditated, roatiripi'nt nuBBMinntirm on tt* farc. *,
confederatcd attack or. i aiafh man 9aaa tbu
1 wbere the aaaailing parthri aro ar&ed. It om
mean r.othirg 'eaa.
It ia against such diiWical xttacka of the nwmi
tTDftn the uriarmed, of two or trnm upon one, that
we make our proteati. We deaoincc them a*
hutfful and infani'iis They are the outward l
biooi) inaniftatation ol a cowardics ardarmeltj
tbat ttpMour civilization. Nn mat can *r*gam
bimrelf Bgai-it tbe aaiaaaio. Any min can bo
atabhed or abot in the back. Any n._u may b*
waymid, or Ml upon by tboae who aim lo kill hinj,
and they may aci-ompliah 'beir bloody purp(?e be?
fore he can have time to roanrt, bo he ever ?o brav*
aid determined. But the actora in auch traoiae
tiona are the n rmin *nd reptrlea of inciety, wbo
should i>e di-Pfrraced and eround under its h<_.
Society owea it to itaelf to hrand tbem with ai in- '
delible itigma. to banish and diaown them.
Let it be undcratood that in tbMH r.-marka wo
bave not touched upon the qneation of eqnil per
aonal cooibat. Whateter our judgmeiit may b?
upon any bulldog peiiotuiaricea of that aort, w*
are not now referring to them in any way. When
a man asaaila his equal upon ei)tial terms?tlw nn
arroed aRainat the iinanned, or the armed againat
the armed, each without confederate*, and eaoh
with an equal chance?though we may deplore and
eondemn, lt ia not a caae fur whicb thrae. ohaerva
tions are intended. Tbat ia a branch of th* iubj?y>t
that we leave for a auitable occaaion. It ia not
likely to arrive among the fighting bulliea of Con
greaa. We are now aaking for a public v.-rdict
againat foul play, anaiimt ataba m the back, againat
confederate asaaulta of armed rnffiaiia upon un
armed B*pre*enUtiv<a ofthe people, against ama
einatiou, and againat aaaaasinB.
THK HOrHE p-?i-tiiv?.
The Ilouee haa at laat diapoaed ofthe question of
Public Printer, by tleeta-f ThomM TI Ford
of Ohio. All Repnbiicana who regard tb*
piinciples of tbe party aa of more value
th.in the apoila of place, aro heanily glad
that thi* aft'air ia diapoaed of. In tho gen?
eral estimation, it partook now, as it haa uauaily
done herctoforc, lar too murh of the charactcr of a
job. Namea high in publio estimation aa Kepub
licau leadera have been, wmnjjfiilly we trnit,
mixed up with Democratic namea in thia ailaii, ia
a manner not at all avrreeahle to thriae who heliev*
that the present Adminirtration is rotten to th*
core, because of itijobberyin contracti, and who
are determined to go to the people upon tliat preeii*
isaue in the coniing Prcsideutia1 conteet.
We hope the Kepublicans will make it a cardinal
point in their policy to thoroughly reform the print?
ing busineas in both Houses, and in all th* depart
menta of the (ioverament, as alao everythin? ra
l&tiDg thereto in tbe ahape of furniihing poper,
blai.ka, twine, and atationery, and executing book
and document-binding. engraving. mapB, and draw
ings, and, in a word?for we r.eednot go into detaii
?all thebrarches of theae andci.ijBate expenditure*.
Formerly, they stood on the wont possible footinjj.
Of late, some iraprovementa tending to economy
have been initiated. But thia entire field of expendi?
ture needa to be aecurately and honestly aurveyed,
and tboroo^hly broken up with the aub-sotl plow of
retrencbment, and then cleared of all rotita aod
rubbiah, weeda and verniin, making it a apot whera
bonoaty will not be afraid to inveflt capital, nor de
cency be ashamtd to perform labor, on fair terma {
and for the public good. Republic&niam will be
entitled to the gratitude of tbe country if it will,
by judicioua legislation, rid the National Capital of a
romplicated system of jobbery that tempt* thither,
at th.* OfBB?BJ of every seasion of Congreaa, from
all part* of the Union, a crowd of pr&ctical printeT*
and fancy printera, editors aud eugravera, paper -
makera and book-binders. politician* and apecula
tora, eager for apoils. aud ready to euter iuto auch
combinatioiia witb irieiids and foea aa may bo nec
eaiary to obtain them. Let this aystem be thor?
oughly overhauled, radically refunued, and placed
cn a practical and honeat busineaa baaia. At all
events, let the Committeea of tie House do their
duty in the premises._
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PIIKMIIFM'ltl.,
Tie Gennau journal, the Ahrr.izeitung, indulgM
iu a liberal amcunt of abuse of Thr Taim HR,
principally, it aeema, because we are willng
that votera wbo in 1866 cast their auftragea
for Buchanan or Fillmore ahould in 1860 eaat them
fur the Kepublicau Preaideutial candidate, if they
ahould ba so dispesed. This the Abenduitung ap
penrs to regard nt "a niiaerable compromia*
- policy." whioh is " insulting to thoae who wiah
" nothinKelsethan that the Republican party ihould
?' remain a Republican party." The aame uiitd
spoken journal aiso inform us that when "The
" Tbm H again calculatea tlie. chance* of ita 0*0
" didate Batca. it will do well to leave the Ridtctl
" Ihmuctii'.tc Kcpiiblicaim, iiicliidiog the Dutchmen,
" out of the account." In other worda, if tb*
Chicago Convention should solect as our standard
bearer any man eAtepttbe candidate ofthe Abtnd
zntung, that jourual, like Tke Couriir and En
quirer, intends to bolt. This is an alar_uin? menace,
ai.d wc deejily regrd the dangcr, though we suppoM
tbat it will bardly fiizhten the ConveDtion out of iM
oonvictiona of duty. But the Al>cnti:titunz migbt,
perhapa, be equaily adiuirable if it would iB_l
ita folly and ap.uk for itaelf alone. Tb*
Radienl Doinocruts of old, MM honored
and infiuenrial membera of the Kepubbca*
party do n?t need it* oflicioui leivic**
Their miiiibei- mcludea thj inoit active and effi*
cient frit nds of tlie noiuaiation of Mr. Eatei. "?* |
only tlu* Messra. Blair, father and son, but many of
theleadii'K ri'i.reaentat;voa of the foriner Kadi-l
Democracv of tbia State. bold the opi-ion that tl*
prin.ipb a of Repnblic_nii-i wiU be weS eBtablui*
in the .overnment ofthe couutry. by tb* uoti.ii.uJ.ai
and election of thecaudiJatebrou^t forward by tb*
FmancipationisU of Mia-oun. But, like w.a.-aad
pntri'.tic politicians, they do not no.*ily ?etu%-lbeix
individual preference against the i-dnment of M* I
National QlBIB-llM lt "? the triumph _ tb?T I
Klcaa whicb they desirv, aud not t_e electioa of tlu
..r that lavorite n.d.vidual. For wirpart, WB *m\
dially a?ree with tbo*r aim, and we emulaW their
pirit. We mtoud to suptiort tbe cand.d^* of tn*
Convention, with ail our pov-r. \\Ti?-*ber .t
Mr. SewarJ. Mr. Chaae, Mr. Aatea, Mr. Weinont,
M *. Fei-Mnden, Mr. Lineoln *r any otber _.*-,?*?
.ball douir best toieeure hi?elecUon, aot frou.auj
PMMBBIIBTB ti./lhe ...a.., bait bocttUAA tbe tnuuipj
uf the t'aui* ii identified with hia ?_oee*i' ' **"
who choose tu puraue a diderent co-M wiU do ?><
and taoiewbo tbink Uiai, wbde __y are abo*?* |
their uiftita will be eahanoed by liberal n&l*
tit-of Tm. Tiuiu M\ne?*d not'-aar from u* any tt \
autauce to the aatiafaction ol tiiair appetiUa.
There waa a i_*r*ai commolion la?t eveamg, ?a
Cuiinon Coui'.eil.over tb* mw atreet-eWan^ *
tract tut. ied iut* by tbe llcadi of D^al?~~l

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