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IT I.SDAY, IiV.fKMBKU i, i. SflMT Or TEL NEW YOEK Lending Kdllurl.il. irnm the Xt-wr Fork Piim TliN Jloriiln?. Ol It I IMi I tl. SIHIAII ril . 'mm Ma TWn'ri'. Mr. l-t ill l.inii:i t ; ,tiMi.-licil n reinml-ulile piuti.lilt t "li lii i -r A nikl rinuucial fstieii",tli of l! i' I sint , i. sln.:i iu tlie Ijilliinees "f I' 1' ii.ii ::mi; I,.! tin1 Im leased .n. ilm linn of -i.i, ;t . i' it j ... 1 . ,.. , t i- to ruvo tli at i lio ii-hmiic l tin conntrj- : f.ir p nt.r and it'' enmlt'dmi Mr innr- t:i e.r.iWc tli:t:i l eo n monljr Mil-p. w:: ; um! i I t to tr-mnstr.tt two Tcjit!r : l'ir-.t. tlint tin - lii'uiieeof rmio lietwei n tiir I niii i! Mi.ti -anil t ri' iu n n.ui ns is InrKCly in our l.uor ; und. s em d, tli it iii;itti natiiinir ilic war, ti:' todn on 01' tin luvsi fdHti s is ri a ter lli .n U w is ut tlie outljifak gf Hit lulu I. mil. ''ll r on y ju-t ami iidi'iiite measure of the .nll"imi ri)Mniri'tp" sn - Mr. ItliHe.-t, ''is to In' ri a in d iliri ii.:'i h f riil iii'iii ot fie : i a i u i t i ei of nil iirtn li s o vultie i,ruifnet d, mid ol the e chiiiiei'R, bold ot io.ii i'l mid mints, (nil. ciHUU null Pt il ii 1 1 1 1 1 r i .." Measmi- I hjr II i m' two :ii tn 1 1. 1 t . the in'iiul Hul.ti of tlie ei'tn.trv in irneli i rtiit' r tli m nnliniry e-'iiii ires m-Ki it. Mr. Undent :n- iJi' i - lir-t tl rir.nl' Willi li-re'iin i.'iinu n t. us the e;re s-ion of tl i hi tmil re-iilts o tin' Industry uml irudue titct.iiss ol Hi mi.oi 1 1 ; uml on tint ! nnt :i.-iie-lalvw tl-e lesn't- of l is Investieiidi.iis hi iol loWJ : 'i uMoirj In II o lini re. if n li.ii'-i tiai ersttllv (ire 1' lit, l"0 1: 0l,. I1..I . ,1.. ,. I II, y ,1, uu i. ml in-. a irci hi, nor I t ll II "S:.JI ii .i i l.nii'i-ian l'.t! o ' II. i.ii. i of I,,' I ' p !m ii'fl-i il r io'v i i.tvi r .Iin.-. 1 ! i- lijlin , II ll III H i '. . Ii' ibK wlil i' in W,-'-.. it w.is t I- I' p hi, i 0 !t -Iin i' Ilu wur l ie I !'',! m.oi t n i ,n vq ii ,i l.. IT lh"- , oil 1.' ir i i, ni' 'II I i I,' i' H" t'i i' hi uu-, it in Ii-;.' i ha nil, i"-t luini -ii yi.ir ,!i..',ini i. 'i.' ;il,"i. The fiictn uml ii.i:ui't't) cio.'J mi botli t'inc pO'Tit.i, filt I on .ii rein in;; in pm t to jeiii s lu-i'iirt" ttio w ir, rr ti'W to the piihli.', ar.il 'imvo int hiTi'toforo brrn coiltrtnl in any iitithi ntii- uml la-nh c fni id. I'lich riiuruii ol total exports lor ruo'iil jram as U.ivc In en iihli-hcil rcipiiro to lu rr rtcuil h Hi.ifni: tli.i ui uinl report of the coit m crop ol 1st 0, unit li lninii!) wont outuhio tho oiitliiirn ports wuic Mil! oputi, yi t was nut mu liracrd iu itin piil.lishci' report of train for lsiiiMil. t'oirc'ini; t'ic iat'!e-i on (lio p iiu-iplvs auilioneil liy tin' .S'n i'.tury ot tiie I're.iniry dur ing the prriodn h'ii p irt? woro ai tii;illy 0h'D, the toti.ls of tli.;'. j i ar lietomi' : Kvporu l,".i,;,'IM lllilmrtn irtj."7i, t i IiaUikc In liivur 'i Unfed Suites Sl.' I The uncorn rtr I ;u''h'S pave a ha'am'i'.thcotlicf way ol .frSii,;!!).), II'. Vet even this corrci'tion is below the nul .ilne of the evports of prodiico from Southern ports iltirlni; the period unreport ed. lint tukinn this st itoment for tho year IS (il, the coiiipari.iou of tho total of foreign trade for a striiMOl yoais to is,:;i, hb-m-a that: "Thfl ih aVi' of ei'"? nf i t,jrti est iMMiiM In 1s.M-:, risen uraiiiiHily anil stu.i.lily tu ltst. Its nc'ii.'ii lor tlio last two ui wi-ril uf IL.C k u'-. ii $')t,M)).iHlii earh eiir. In bmv fur tiie two i .ir- iiriiriiliiu Hie wur, lva-O, nil ISi-iAl, was .'t;ii".ii" ot'li mar oiey. Korttelii-.! I'i'tl il i f fix vi'.iri l"tal ev'f.i. ,if i -poru ll i'.M.iril.-'oil. mi nniiinil iircr.iKii nl 4il,ll l.ir.i;,: aud tur llie U-,1 liirie jxuii tut anuu.it avcriij'' uf t.i4.llil,'jn.." This etutement inrludes the mutual exi hauges of gold, ai.d cm. uiles ixiliHiigt! remittances. If, however, (.old is not to he reckoned us mer chandise and la excluded, it remains true that "Tlie annual linlan'T f aiinrtvA'e roreUn trail' In favi.r nf Uu- I nileil Miiii'i fur t-l . y, r to Julv I. Is-i, whs $I.(,-I4 lylifi. Hint tliat I I'i' annual c a1 .lot unlit si lit ii'ir -lul, ovor ttial Uii'.irtM l"r ll.e mnf htIiiI, wus'iiiljr l6iU:S. Ibiri' wa, tln-r.f ,ri-. a iMlaiee i'clnsivi' of ivolil in famr of tlie I nlu-il Hia,i-i a'Liu0Mij anuualiy f,MT Comparing the I)ritinb otll. ial rclurns of trade between the I'nind ftutes und Oreat llritain witL our own official rc'itri n, it appearii, deduct in K the value of gold and silver exchanged from both import and exports, that "The -iVuraai'lll favor of the I'ntud Slfites for tiireo yo.iri lirforo ilm wur is $.'.' :, 17s. iin! : for tli i e i ur . or ii .r H'J.SIT .'d,ll. and lor km ,uk 1 1,"1 :i.u-s'J hui tlio true avera-t)" urn nl' Lite to: il- Ineluiliiir (,'elil, win h are - I'urtUn'o em- lii'torn the war ;l,,ru .'1 I-or nine yi .us of war.... -vi I" i 0 0 tor six ycari ti:','.1 rU.iiH'i'' So that by either method of calculation it is demonstrated ibat the balance of trade, remains durii g the jeurs of war as it was before with the United States, and not with foreign countries in general, nor with Uru.U llritain in particular. The second division of Mr. Illo Iget's picnuhlet treats of the "increased quantities of important articles produced in the United .Suite-;" aud its aim is to .show that our actual products have not fallen oil' in consequence of the war, but h ive. Ik en in fact largely augmented during its con tinuance. To this view we have no other suggestion to make than that, while we accept the evidence of increased values, we cannot suppose aud we do not know Unit Mr. biodKet means to arguu that the condition of the country is more f.ivorahlu than it would have been had there been no war. That it is in advance of what it was lo ir years ago is abundantly demonstrated by the facts which this pamphlet' adduces, hut wo conceive it to be equally demons! rated that this increase is not iu consequence of the war, but in spite of it. To many branches of industry the wur has sup plied an unwonted stimulus, but it is Impossible to suppose that on the whole the United States would not have been a richer country if the ener gies of a million of its citizens had been turned meadily to productive, instead of destructive em ployments. We can present Mr. Blodgct's figures only In the most condensed form. Ho shows that the eastward tonnugo of all classes of merchandise increa-e.l from 4 731 711 tons in to ti,'.".l l,l.'l tons in 1KU3 ; in which the New York can -lis, the Isew Yoik Central, the Erie, aud the Pennsyl vania Huilri.ads uie included. Tlio total tonua,ro increased in the samu years from 7,7Sij,;iJl to 1(I,;V,I.i.21k. Kiaooiate laities of different articles moving at the different important poln's ure givenat C'hicavo, Milwuukee, at tin en liny, at Toledo, at llulluo. In every cusu thj positive incrcuse of lsb l ovtr US' 10 und ls.'i!! is enormous; and Ihis whether the total tonnage, or e u sp : citic article be considered. At Chicago, for Instance : MThe tneri asc of w heat is nearly twloa, of corn nivirly atx (lini"., and oi the tntul oi.nriiiu iiiUJii uiiirtj id in ilirea times In lh'.ioter Ik ill . An unusual s' a.oii ih-i: irrril in lsitit, reiliii'liui all K'am crops lariely turlow tho uvorae of i'ars, oilierwine tlio ratio of increase from Is ill to Isij vtoulo have oven ma.nluuied." At the same pluco the increase in cattle, hogs, beef, pork, lurd, tallow, and bacon, far exceeds the incieaie in grain. At Milwaukee, tho increase in gruiii is nearly threefold iu five ye us. At Green Hay, the increase is nearly fourfold in 1S03 over lMiO. At llnil'alo the total in bushels of grain ia creased from 37 .OHO, liil, in lMK), to ; 1,73V10 in lH(;;i, l'ork and beef at the same point were, la iHii'J, 44 01U,H.iU lbs.; in lml3, 1 tl,4Jrt,SI los.; mod at the other principal puinta where tbis great Dioven-ent of produce may lie measured, ut Cleveland, Urie, Dunkirk, Niagara, Uswego, Oudensburg, and Cbaniplsin, similar results are presented. Tho general rasult is showa Q tlio lumiuary of receipts at the termini of tran-ii'or-talion to the seaboard, which in bushels of Hour and grain compare as tollows: In lo.,9' 4 IM 1,-5; in 1S03, ll,3ii7,')l. The same or elmilur propm-tl ins of increase Mr. HliHlgett bhows to have occurred iu the pro duction of iron, of copper, and of coal, while to take one article, wl'l h bos been almost created as a community of commerce within the same period, petroleum, the increase is from b'ds. in lH.'O, to 'J.'jaO.CKK) in IN'iO. Authranito iron Was, in 1WJ, iSti,3.1'2 tons; In 1801, l in.Oilll tons. Cincinnati is an inland city, usually thought to tie fc'roatly dependent on lui connection with New THE DAILY EVENING WJLEfcfttAT.il. rniLADELPillA, TUK.sbAV, rli an- anil wlt!i idp f.liia'iiiir Suites ffetipra'ly, 1' tin fijivr f Iihip of hp ti &!'. I' ii tlii'ii'toie nn lAlnnu' Cii-.c (if tii ili'p'vi 'i 9 wlni I; iIip wBr tny l.c ihotiRiit to haw pro !i: f (1 : j t iti pri iiin : ii rreas' s 111 t,MI .w In 1 tin- Ii:jt- pnki.l wire .s.'ii ; in l-.i. . V ', IV'ls, lioiti 7''.''" '.V"0 II. , iin i ,ft- I 1 1 ' - l,"'l'i.77l : null, 'mm '.'.7,;n hu-lii s t i l ..-(,-I"'. Aid tlii'iu'h die Mi-t, i.4jppi ti ii lc iin in r tl i- pcriru h In i i, tt'n.' ii aniii'i M. .!. in- m'n.--rsl ri'Ult at ( ii. Tin .ti i- an inrn in f,.. pati'-tin of tin ri inn il m- hiiinll.'il, ai-ori(iiii? .101' Ml to "II fi c nl A ti.l (Ii :irrr h m .r t'.pp- -pi.tiil fut in ihN i'i niontiKfon if iii M'Mi'il liy the fn'l min.; t -:, fh. Mir in ri'riu n !i n in; 'iri,i i',, tin ti -noi . r.nnl 'tn n r.riicl in Is .!,, in r Is (;. ' 'i i .l I .! !.-.. I V ' . Hi I I... r ,.: i ' , 1 I ' II, .111 t, I'll I , I II ,1.1 1.... 1 ,1.1. . I! .11, ill I II. I : I ' III ll I 'I , n i . , 9- 4 f ,; ! i,i r 1 1,. ll i it l,i .'t. If , . .' T '1,1 ruii ,,f rufAl :inii Mfci ',iuil jirii'liuU I 'I lll 0 1, flf..i.. B 1 1 1 ! I - . '."I 'Mf I o-al i vr.f-- i :i H' l.,u,l,'ilv '4 : 's.l ' .. At I nil in !' I ,11 ll. r 'I- rr ' .: -I", .i ;v ; c 'i n i.. I ;i'..ri ,. i,, . i i.i .ii. e ,i. i.i 'I i.c In.iioi'a "'' "f I','- Ill, r",i-.' I. mot .I'-vin li.i run, ea uu 1'ir 'jiiHiitii .'s ,,i it t .-r a- Jl l . I, 1 HI :lt. tl,. 11.. I. I r. 1 ,.o,i im I. hi ..f iiif-e r,..r:. Iii I- . '.co l . fl, ' 01 V ' '. ' I - I' II, I W 1 Uli' "t CUV Pi f,,':s jn ', , .'.,;, ..int ,. , , i .,; i' . I .1 . i T .'..' 9 (' ll Ii,! . In. rr.o,'. .'I .''.;'. ;..' n.'ii .r l";l,i.i. p, oi.t. m, i' il'ii il:r'-e lime, uie em, re i',,.:: o: t,. ,,- ,u . , , "Iti iH thiscnViliittiin." fay. Mr. It 'ol .-et, "at fi titii I' Ii is exi 'ti-ivcly been giicu to the q i m'i Lis pi.i'mcil nmi cipurteil. und it re u.hes Hie I. nou 1 able result that the nii.-oiuu' tnun of iin ri K in Noitbei n ptoducts exceeds the iidrtl tiii,I'a''e of Southern products lost to the exports tl'ioiif-h the It 'bciiio i. In wtih' an I q itutt tas Hi t i noi'inoiis ileii"iencr ha- ulrcady b.-en li b d fi' in tin sum tis prolines of the loyal S'. i'os." Who. Mien, sba l tle.sc. nd so lo.v as to ilespair of n lit public ttnit i xhibits in the iniii-t of a d"so iHt iig war this ut pariilleled energy iu peaceful and roiiui tire lns:iu ? J.r. lilodrt's conclusions frn'ii (he great m iss of tacts, w hich we have thus aliri l'cd. is su i ctnctly ntHted ; "Not tocncumii r tin to points 1 1 vi loped in this paper with any dot iii not abso lutely necessary, the case is closed uere. Mu'h n ore might he t,aid, and many fa ts scarcely less unking tuny be cited, but It is proposed only to bring out the two great ri suttb irst, that the exchanges of the loyal Unit'il States with all foreign nations stiil produce lnr;;c annual balances in i ur tutor; and, becot.d, that tlio product! in of tlie-c loyal .stares has iiideased a in .-t live fold a' a time w hen half-hi urted friends and o,ien enias hae joined in prci'i.'tinj its ruin." cm. in H.I!:tIS Of MIIRWtVS lVVSt. fi-'i ' ro.. We nre not of tho.-e I.o expci led va .t a lvau tucs from General Sherman's itiivintte tor m;;li (iiorgin, viewed merely as a mi '. Georgia is undoubtedly tho jrruiiary of the Confederacy, and to destroy its harvests will cripple Lee's army this winter. Tho carrying on" of cuttle and horses w ill be-ides lame tho trans porting power of the Kebel Confederacy. All these ate bent fits of tome importance w hich wo shall derive from Sherman's Invasion. Hut, on the other hand, the Confederacy Is essentially an ugrteultur.il State. Vast oreadLhs of laud iu South Carolina, K later a (ieorii, and Noith C uo ina, formerly planted with cotton, Li.ve been, tluiing the last year, sown with wheat and corn. It will be exceedingly dillioult to starve i ut such a community. Again, a destructive iniaiion of this kind creates a vast number of tie v enemies, l .very mau robbed and stripped by the leinp jst of de struction now sweeping through (corria, is henceforth a hundred-fold more bitter liater of the North and he Union than ever before. All iloubtful und lukewarm Southerners in that Suite have undoubtedly become now intense Seces sionists. It is just as il would be here if Leo Nhi uld sw eep the batiks of tho Hudson In n broad truck ol desolation from Albany to Now York, leaving nothing but blaekenod homesteads aud wasted farms. There would be but one effect f'.very Copper head would become at once a violent Unionist, even perhaps a "black Abolitionist." Patriotism, hatred of tho invader, would be tenfold more Hrong; for there is a certain limit, beyond which' ifvou injure a man, nothing is left but hate and despair. Uvery raid into South or North has a tendency, without question, "to encourage enlist ments" on the other side. Still, these are the necessary evils of war. It solidities each side. A people like the An.;!o Aniericun could never be reduced to submission by burning their horns or plundering their houses. '1 be sole and tho grand importance of the in vasion of Sherman wo hold to bo its niilit iry aim. the cities on lis line ot maieu are m no consequence to him, unless he can destroy their tlepots of supplies and their arsenals. Savannah ltwlt is of little iinportaiiiu, in a military point of view. The great ends gained by his b ild move ment will be bisection of the great southern rail road system, the large force of iihlo-h nlied negroes he may acquiru, both for further military and pioneer purposes, and, above all, the indu ctee he will at once exert on tho Virginia cam paign. General Sherman, we may be sure, with his long htad, is aiming at something more than burning towns, grain, corn-cribs, or capturing useless cities, lie is, besides, only a lieutenant of General Grant; his movement is murely part of the great strategic plan which covers the whole country. Having gained a new base on tho Georgia coast, reprovisioncd his trams, renewed his am munition, aud rested his men, we tiny con fidently expot t that his next movement will oe northward. He may even pass by Savannah and Chailcston both, make a new ba-o at Hull's iitiy, and a secondary base at ilrnnchville, and then ca-ily hold bulb lints of the Kcbcl railroad sys tem, the upper und lower. From this point ho could ensily operate tow ards North Carolina, sweeping the coiiutry bdore hiiu, until he hud formed a new base on the North Carolina coast, ami begun bis grand ha it march Into Virginia und tbo rear ot U-e. This would bo the closing act of tho Rebellion, and l ee w ould bo placed in even a worse position than was Cornwullis at Yorktown. One eiiittftwiM, however, might occur, which these supposed movements could not prevent. If Hoi d should break through into K.ist Tennes see, there would be a new link of communica tion loiind lsetw. cn the eastern and western sec tions of the Confederacy. Leo could be rein forced from tho west, or lie could retreat to the u.ountaius, and tratmler the war to Tennessee; aud Kentucky. We must hope that General Thomas will put a ropt any such concent a tioii, und that that Important mountain region w Ui still be held by our forces. Iho I nltetl rStftirt N(i.remJ Court. At twelve o'c'ock to-day, the hour for the melting of the Supreme Court. AssocUn Jastice Wayne, the senior member of the li'tich, an nounced that, aa no quorum wits present, no butiuesa could be transacted, and tho Court ad journed until to-morrow at I'i il. T here were present A-soei ite Justices Wayne of Georgia, Grler of l'ennsylvania, Clifford of Ma ne, Swayne of Ohio, and Miller of I'iwa. The absentees were Chief Justice Taney of Maryland, deceased, and Associate Justices Nelson of Now York, Davis of Illinois, seriously ill, und Catron of Tennessee. To morrow there will be a meeting of tho liar to prepare resolutions on the death of Chief Jas tico Taney, which will be presented at the open ing ot the' (jour t. HavAinyloi Ui'publkan, 5th. FFrCPiT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE NAVY. Navy Yard for Irou Vessels and Mfchmrry. CLAIMS OF PHILADELPHIA. League Island Acnin Endorsed. The nt'oileetion of sii atu n- :i mot'1 c p ,wr Ii r nival vesse 's. Is cuii"!'.g in n lutiot. in marl t no wilt fare which th: ab'cst miirls have ton pi, il,. ti d would be the -i -nl: i f thj, .-, ncy, but m liii h is not yet to its fu.li.st i xunt a,ipi'ci.ite.l It changes the w hole chaia. ter of block idc, and in Inline wars it will be found that n few 'as pi ia!ei I s bj -t' am will bio a- s or auuil'iuitc tin coninnnc of the most poaTful b.l'i .', n nt nations, b.r i ottr.rry ha-In en cinni Ili'd bv th; civil War to take the initialise in organizing a vu-i st am navy wuli whii h lo cin'ilisli and enlorn ti e b!oi k.alo i I our whole coa-t Irom the C n-a-pi tike Ik y to 1 1 1 c Kin (,'in lc ; and also to sup. priss tin. (Icpn da ioiis of setni liratii al piiva li. rs, built by skilled l-.iigll-h nn cb iui, s in K ie li h ship jards. it nl m itiiu'd by Kn .lishn.eu, w hii Ii, i. tiikr the K1 bel (1 g, ll ive ''o; i d the ocean, lie strict jug our morcli ill' shinpii.g, mid h tvo found retuge and supplies in Knglish ittul n uti.t! LOttS. V'hcn liostilin'i's commenced, our fjovc niuent laid provided no suitable icty yard with tnii sTiir.ii shops and louiniiics to in inut..cturo tne nifiesaiy inachnn ry lor our laptdly inert .tsjug und txpanding navy; but the llepn tuient wis coiiqellcd to rely on the lew ptiv.i'e establish incuts, which it could divert lioiu other etigige ii. i nts, for the i 1 1 1 1 1 1 f 1 1 -o wot k that w as t ailing out the resoun es of the nation. Great enibarras-ini ni was experienced in cyn se iiienee of tins neglect of the (Int ernment at the very commencement ol the war, and alHiouirti iho luival scrvite and the eouniry are sullering con stantly trom this neglect, measures tor tlie esta blishment of u suitable navy yard for tho e ni hil uction and repair of tiion vessels, tln-ir arma ture and steam iiutchinnft , aie still delated. As early as March, Isr.J, and on sever.! occa sions s nee, 1 have had llie liomir to pro-cut my views to Congress on this subiect. Tlio earnest iu si and liequency with which it has been brought forward must lind an apology in its gn at im oitance. TIIK Nl:W NAVY VAItn AT I'll 1 1, I ill. I. I'll t A. It lias ni vcr been the purpose of the Depirt n cut, in any of its suggestion.- or recommenda tions, to increiiRi' the number of our n tw yards, nor to alter the.r local distribution. The aid which we now have at Philadelphia in altogether inadequate to our present or future wan's. It was proposed, thcreioro, to substitute a now one on the Delaware, In ti e vicinity of Philadelphia. I.eiigue island, within the limps of that city, it adopted as a site, must gradually absorb the works at the present yard, which would then bo iii-continued. NAVAL STITI'INS. All of our present n ivy yards, it will be rc nii inhered, were established tor the Construction und repair of wooden sailing vessels. Steam and aiinorttl vessels have superseded these, and the inability of our pn sent establishments fur the wi rk imposed by this war has been the source of inexpressible nnxiety, anil otten of great disap pointment and public injury. To relieve the navy yaitls liom work which they hive but limit' tl means to execute, and to secure necessary ri pans, the Department has been coinpolltd ti) establish stations for machinery, and means of relitine lit, at Mound City, Memphis, New Orleans, fsldp Island, I'ensncola, Key West, l'ort Kovul, Ueaufort, Norfolk, and llaltunore. Hut these and all the priva'o estab'i .union's of the country, besides other calls upon them, have bten in-ullicii'iit to keep tho present navv iu neet ssury order, so that, II to tho duty of ulo'ekn dn.g there were udded oceitn contliets with u naval power by which our ships would be oticn disa bled, the sad spectacle wonld be presented of our naval vessels laid up In time of war for want of a proper establishment with the shops and means to repair them. NkW VKSHIit.S. Our country, whose strength and power among nations must ever be hlentilied with und main tained by its navy, and which 'possesses In such abundance the means of creating and sustaining one, has not, in all the navy yards combined, the appliances possessed by single establishments in hi gland und France. Were thero outside of our navy yards establish ment to perforin promptly tho requisite work in time of war, I should not at this time again press the subject of a navy yard for Imnwork for the construction of vessels upon tho consideration of tur authorities, liut, although the Department has generally been ably and zealously seconded in its efforts by private contractors, yet tho fact that there is no customer but the Government tor in neb of this heavy class of iron work, for bids u to expect that individual entorpriso will bo prepared to execute it without full remunera tion for a 11 iho outlay for shops, tools, and machi nery which may be required in preparation. Besides this, unlimited tune is taken by them for the completion of tho work. It may be proper to mention, as an instance of the delay to which tho Government is subjected, that in October, isiij, contracts were made with a manufacturer of reputation and ability for making and setiing up the turrets of the Tana vanta and Miantnnnmnt, which were to have been completed in February. ISiiH, but they will probably not bo finished until February, lHti.i, two years alter the expiration of the time speci fied in the contract At tho commencement of hostilities this Department had equipped, and ut its immediate disposal, three vessels of war. T hose whi 'li were laid up, and those which were recdled from abroad, bud to undergo extensive repairs, for which no provision had been mile. The Government has not even at this time aa establishment where a shaft can be made for our i-teami rs, or a phitj for our iion ciads. The front age or w hat tag,- at all our navy yards, s j liupoit unt for repairs, tu Ii ss than is required uteacb of thoin. tub it If iti;. Our next contest may be with a nttvil p iwer which will attempt to direct upon out shores a course of operations similar lo lhose which we have applied to the southern const for suppress ing the Kchollion. One yard, ut least, where iron vessels, iron armor, and iron shi'fiing cart be manufactured, is now imperatively imcss iry. Among the considerations that should control the selection of a site for such a yard and establish inent, w liieh shall bcrouio the depot tor Iho mate rials infected in years of pea e, w itli which to build and repair our natal vesscL-, und where will be aggregated machinery and tools such us at present uro not to bo found iu this couu'ry, and which, when ouce procured, could not, if de stroyed, bo easily or readily replaced, will ba its absolute safety from attack by Ben or land. So fur as is po-slhle we should avail ourselves of natural udvuntues in ob.ainiitg the iadispensahld secarity for such an establishment, without do. pendiug entirely on forttlicaiious and artificial means, which would bo more cosily than the navy yard itself. The udditlonal military defenses of Portsmouth.. I'.iiglund, rendered necessary by the proximity of that great naval stutlou to the ocean, and its con. sequent ussai'.ubllity by modern oiyIduiicc, are now feing constructed at an expense of .fcoO,CiO),tKJO. M011R AIIOIT rillLAIiKI.l'llIA. A navy yard. If we havo one for naval iron work, should bo established on frosh water, for this Is es. ntisl the preservation of iron tp. (els, which cannot be laid up In salt water during peaio. i'ead ai rcs to cul, iron, and timber is so-important, for these essential articles should be altvsj i aT.ipitbif em the ml inn waters, without nq-ostiic to an enemy by e oast wise transporta tion. T be vicinity of a Isr re city, whor; shilied iirtisnns can be obtained without dittlculty, and tl facilities of markets anil tenement., are abun dant, should be consider! d. A fi m.dutioTi of uratcl v. )u1, for (lie purnoso ol mscliim rv, bp pri'ft table to none. Au exwn--;te water frintn.K must u so be secured. For su.li a tu p a and t shib ishment, where cost'y liaehiiiery aid material would aceoni'ilnte tillin g veins t f pen c, the luhiit.tagcs of an In tciioi lo. cfor; etc in st matif.-i. Thes; futor Bhic f tiilit, on- iiie to be obtained nowhere i ss so 1 1 tup li te ly as "ti the Del.lw.ne riv, r; an I the pi -ui. ti ot l.cu:"ie ilaud. w it hip tin limits of th.' en v of I'liilndeii.hKi, .ivm nt pio'i ib!v a stro igi-e ei inl.in.iti n ol the points thai are ma e-sary than in t rebel ion t, on. Il Is lo I,, I, l"!lcd licit C ' Jll'I'titioil fur sup- p' ed .i i al beii' Ins should Miti rti 'e with, retard, in n pen ui etiiiii l I'tfeat the Government in it" i ,'ort. I. - cm c so inipui I mt u n itionul csta biTiuont. If in -inn a en,, let lor scrimial tat'ii ibe .('tinny ,-lnui; I los,- tore vcr flic lust nutation toi siicli a nut v yard and establishment, H e re-nit w ill, I be always ilepii "i!. The lie I svfti'f 't bus moilou-iv molded the c mtrov?rsy w it Ii has arisen in con.-eq'.eii' C of the ellorts to s 'lire :i mty.Mud ut New I. in. ton, win h is (oien to the questii n of eel in; ng or sii'.-tiiiit-mg a nunc Ci nilno'lious estaluisli ncnt nt l'litl.t oi pt a. A tiiiililpiicltv t f small vaiil-, siiuiiitr in cluruc lt r, t :ow tti it it to one st t lain ot the c eititry, was nit the object or pin n ise of tli ' I'.piri nt ui fhe Miece-tioiis and reconiineuda mus wui. li it has ft om time to tune urged up in Conness. 'I lo ie arc aiiemly lint e ll i y j aids last m (he Hudson, anil should Coni.'ie.s"neoin it advisable to atltl anothi r to that sei tiou or t -i w Inn c, it i to be In pi d thai si'i-h di n l nun iti in will not Intei f, re w ith or ptt vent the Government from li u vim.' a ptiq er t s'ubltshmeni tor the cjiisiiuc tlon of itou ve-sels, iton urmor, and iron work of etety ilesctqiTon tor naval purposes 'n the imu, -tliatc viclnuy of tlie iron uml n. il region of tho nu re central portions of ttm I uion. Such an estiilili-hiiii nr as the Dcpiittuiciit has ndvisi'd on the Delaware would not add to the nuin'ier of Muds, but would lie a mere substitution, without one dollar's t xpen.-e to the Goterntiient for land, ot the no re commodious and ixten-ive -roiinils ami wtner front i f League island, in pln'eof the present limited anil restricted site at Philadel phia, which is w holly inadequate' and insulheieul for the ptii uses oi a yard for even woojtn Bhips. ni..tsoNs win rim tni'i.i'iut snot lo nu y m m en. n. Amoug tho reasons which impel me again to introduce tins subject and earn stly press u upon the immediate a'teuti'Mi of Congress, is tho fact that the great lVmisylvani I Central Htiilroad has moved with u ibw ot obtaining a portion of tlie least viiltiab'e part ot League l-laiid lor a depot. The objei tions urged ng.di'st that position torn nty jard, with its win !;s,ops, bavu no weight with this eoiuiauy, which reqiiir.'.s sliops and heavy work, and knows Its own luteresi. Utiiess, tin rehire, this flee gilt of over six liiiudi id acres of laud, with a wu i.." fiont of twentv.th.oo feet depth extending for more than two miles, within the limits of Philadelphia, should bu iiccep'cd during the present session of Congiess, it will probably p.'.ss into pnvatt hand-, and the mo.t ilesttable and available position in this country lor such u yard will he diverted to either pur poses, ai d lost forever to tlio (invi rnincnt. As a iiicnsiiie of ordinary prudi nee; It Is mostc irnestly recommended that the oiler of League Island Iw without dclav accepted. When plans for its Im provement s hall b .-iibniiiied, and au appropria tion asked, w ith a view of transferring tiie works at tlio pteot nt yard to the near location, C ingicsi t an then exercise its discretion in determining tho amount ot expenditure piop.r for this purple. NAM V A 111) ON f 11 K M I SSISSI I'I'l . lit an act of Co' grcsui approve 1 June :,9, ls.il, the Secretary ot the Navy was nii'li jrii an I eiipowernl to a point a commission, consisting of one naval oilier, one otllcer of tho engineer corps, and one t iviiiuii, lo se:cc; the most approved site tor a nuvy yard or naval station on tlio Mis sissippi river, or upon one of its tributaries, and to report lo fhe next session of Congress." In .pursuance of Iho authority conferred on mo by this uct, a commissi in has been constituted, nnd is now engaged in making the required extunin i tions. ltear-Auiniral Cliurles II. Davis, who has hud experience as commanding ollleor of tho Mis sissippi squadron, was appointed senior member of the commi-sion. The Secret try of War having been requested to ntiino a suitable olllccr of the engineer corps to In- iis-ociutod on this commis sion, and having named aud detailed LicuUinunt Colonel A. II. liowmaii lor the purpose, that otlieer wa appointed, fleorgo W. lllunt, a civi lian of nautical reputation and ability, of tho city ot New York, is the third gintlematiof the com mission. KAVAI. HANK. There is In the naval branch of the public ser vice no rank corresponding with that of lieu cn aiit general. Congress has established the grade of rear-admiral, which corresponds with that of major-general, and it would be an act of recog nition eminently deserved, and w hich would bo fully appreciated by the gallant men of the naty, were Congress to uuthorie tee appointment of a viee-admirul Such honors und preformciiti stimulate heroes. Among eminent commanders in our naval ser vice, of whom the nation may well be proud, wo have one who, nil will ucknowlcelge, merits by his achievements as high rank as that of any naval otlieer In any country. On tlio occasion of the recent brilliant victory in tho bay of Mobile, more glorious, perhaps, iu mme of its incidents, evcnl than the memorable conflict that gave us the possession and ulti mately restored the freo navigation of tho Missis sippi, it was, beyond question, the spontaneous sentiment of the country, that tho veteran horo who bad illustrated our naval annals by theiu grand successes w as wur. hy of the highest honors, and should bo promoted to tho lii.'hest naval rank. In recommending, therefore, that the olllce 01 viee-atiiniral should bo created, and the np pointmeiit conferred on Hear-Admiral O tvid O. Frrragut, I but respond, as I beiiev.', to tliovoieo aud wishes of tho u ival service and of tho wholo cuuiitiy. '1 he attention of Congress, through the Naval Committee, lias heretofore been called to the fact that tbo numlscr of o Mirers on the active list, in the grades of commodore, captain, comman der, ami Iteuti nant'comni inder, Is not equal to the number of vessels ot the dittorent rates re quired by law to be eouimandeel by olliccrs of these griiiles. A small increase wasrceonim ndcl as well us nn alteration in the law relative to filling vaeuneies In tho grade ol admiral in time ot peace. My letter on this subject, with the accompanying draft of a bill, making provision also for the incorporation into the regulur servio of a lew volunteer officers w ho, by real, ability, and service duting llie war, havu merited this reward, will be found in the appendix to this report (ONLI.VSION. Iu this my fourth annual report I have sub mitted somewhat in detail the condition of tho Department and the Borvice. This report presents the d.stribution und employment ot maritime force which, including the additions to il now in progress and near completion, constitute, for nil the purposes ot defense, If not of attsck and con quest, the most powerful national navy in the world. In four preceding similar communica tions, Including that submitted to yon upon tuo assembling of Congress in the extra session of ls; I , it has been my duty to exhibit the methods and measures of administration, by which, from a comparatively small begiuning, and under the pressure of an nnexampletl exigency, this vast ratal power has, Bluce your accession to tlie Presidency, been brought Into existence j to state the contributions which have been made to it from our commercial marine; to indicate the application of. all the resources of our public naval establishments to Its construction and pre paration for service; to show how individual energy, and skill, and capital have count success- DKOKMBKR 0, 1864. I fully in aid if irstiftie ieut covin amenta! nrovlsion lot the line proceeution ol the work, aud to trace i,1 get. oral titiliine the processes ami results of Im '.'nbtc gonitis and st. -nti'lc experiment which, have clanged, 10 a great e xti't t.lheiuat' rl lis and forms , ''f naval structure, ami ai nior, und anna n ent, ai.'d baic ennblevl onr country, while In so I" it i a j eriod assuming a fori most p'acc among maritime n. trims, lo i rea'e alsci a new era in the lit telopment anil application of raval f ..rce. In coiirccttcr wlih sue h .'iixount of t'ie sudden creation of aiie-w American natal power, it has tin nt the .-uino nun niv puvi'ci'c in these com niiinici'tioris to in ike oifii lul rerun! of a series of i mal enierpr sits and in hit'sctneuts w holly with out pn ei tlent or ptirn'le I. No previous e' ineep. tioii of t 'hi ieut hlockndi ; no fount endiirante iii lcr (Ik f re of tl'Uitb-il l.atfc:i"s ; n i i-inhtoitv il'. 1 stiuess lu'.etofiie known of naval attack t.p'.n huch t'o'tifs-es, il r.'i sit to: rnl 1 'tile i aluiin I'l.tMibsl: net iocs spread lo.'tbi il dctfiise ; no .-iuii. let penvrati n by war esi'l ef it 'ern tl waters thn arti n ri n h of unvlr'" ri ,diun-t r 'titinervtal ; tin itbei gigantic stale it co-cpi ration it nival v. itli ut toy to'i i " in exiiedittnns r.t il eomtiats ipin tli cits i t i. dies lioiu tftc m. ti l oitrd, nnd h'oiil' Ihe (i u-mi '"rivers pp'carli n-tin! ilvgrrons of narl ganon, cui anyiihricbi lotii.ii ot a churn tor to tt'iiil re with the '.'imi'plts In nil these torms of nu; ' cVit which It In.slecn tho duty of this in par.'nn nt tii.Ting the p ist thrcr year- to orjjt n. t and to report. It in ll. pioser mlnn i f duties so arduous, com p ii .1 1 d. nu. I exut bng, ti e ti u-t cpunded to this I mar mint shall appear to have been Unldully and d y tti.-ebaf.-f ,1. tin n cut linlv my ii, knuj IfilMiu i ts in f s'tli tin as llicy hate been hcrt tob re ixpies-t I. to in.' gentlemen as-oi,te,l Willi tne in its in.msg -nn ul, to the whole rlerii al I n i e. to th. s'-y t r.il t I.i i.. ut but, ,n. s, and espe c.'illT to the inva'tiable serti es of the Asssitii Sun turv and tho duel fit rk ol the Dcpavtnun'. Mn it i - t t lie o'iioi is and nu n ol onr niiv.il : e rvi: c that the great n Hewn of whal has been done, end is di inr. iustlv.ln longs. The b-.-l it, I -iiinist.atiou el tins I it pat tine lit can do li fie mole nt i n; tone than to g t,. tin in the adi qua'0 no sns nn the r.lit oppurtiitiity ot ii"lioii. Tj tin in, tin icttiie, lirsl nnd aiw.ij s, be llie honor, v. inn tin ir own country and the whole world slis.ll n eognbe In this expansion and these ex ploit" of our naval power a sin-etude of ptti i.i ic ami viiltit'tis hi ioisDi worthy of the cause iu vt 1: ii li i: is displayed, and ot the national liio winch it illustrates and defends. Gmikon Wri.i i.s, Secretary of the Navv. To tlio TVc-id 'tit. Our Minister lo Itmll sipou tho Clorlels S itss. Mr. .lames WationWcbb, our Minister near the l'.tii. niau Court, has niillen u luodcrate tles . al'.li to tl.o linui'.iun Governineiit in reply to i n' Pent him by the llia.ili.in Minister for Foteign Atlairs, c.'inip'uining of the capture of the i 'oi ni. Mr. Webb writes: "The Oovcrnmcnt of the United States will fi" 1 regret at learning that a eomiiiuii dir in the Navy, without any Instrtietiotis or authority whatever, took upon himself the re spenislb liiyto ciiptuioone of Ibe piratical cruisers of our Kcb els while she was iinclioied iu the port id l iihiu; and the undersigned believes himself to be nnihorieil to usure your Ivxct llcney that all the reparation which boiior and justice exact vi ill be ven trei ly tillered. "Neither the Untied States nor the undersignod arc directly or indirectly responsible lor this oe (iirrence. It wus not ordered or auTiori. .d c.lLi r by the Government of tho I n i ted States or by the iiiideisigncd. " I bus reply ing lo the note of your Kxccllency, and accepting as facts the statements of which the undersigned has no knowledge, the under signtd vciy iiiiiiV.ly, iu his own name, and also ii behull'of his Government, under the circuui. stane'es ut ready stated, disavows, with all his force, the capture ol the pirate t 'lm-iiin in the waters of Pta. il. In the despa'i Ins winch he has sent to Washington he has always expressed a desire to strengthen tho lunus of friendship between 'be two pr.neipul nutions of the American continent. "Such being, as the undersigned has no doubt, the fi I'linits and intentions of liraz.il, as also of the United States, ho does not apprehend in the least that theso sentiments cm be disturbed by Ihe nets of the commander of one of our ves sels of war, eir by tbo-o of an excited people smarting under whut they regard as a national ii.ii.ry. "In the perfect conviction that the Government ol the I niUd Stint's will promptly do ull that is ((insistent w ith its proper dignity und tho honor uinl dignity of Lra.il, tho undersigned asks your F.xccllent y to excise this hasty no o, and renews the expression of his (listing ilshed consideration. "J.VMKBj Wa i son V Kllll." I.ono Lvons. We hear it stated that Lord Lyons, whose health we regret to say is not good, will tukc Wednesday's steamer lor Liverp Jul. IVOTICK. THE UNDF.RSIGNF.D will J.A uii.ke appl'e tlicn to the Ilepartiiietu .ir Ilii'tiw-avs on Til MiAl, ll. e J' Ui liisiitnl, at 1:1 iiel.ft M.,f.ira eoiitiael toiitte Ctiiiillali siret't, from ilritvs Keitry it a.i lo hiin'ieilaiid as t line, In l he First Ward - tiie (alio a-. I: .' iiam. d pr,,p, ny ow hits liavius sls'tit-u a cuatraci lor seal work, vl.. I InlMl.n Hi uli v. It's feet: Isase Mvers, Icon feist: ("tiara s Kot'h, li o teet ; Clul'le Vernor, ise",'ir; Aililnotr Hni 'cm. Id li et; Mieliiul I aniit't-ll, lit leet; A'ntrick a.efivltt, t!'.' fiet: .foliu Melb-nry, I.i i.ei; A Hanson, Is i.el; .1' aeplt Wile, 1, leei : C Mefoshev, 4s fuet ; I'tlllii lievolisti.li; feel; AlKl.leani't, llii li'i't, Al I'.XAMlKIt (liyiS.V, Alibi. JK INI-tS, Contra' 'ion. Pun no t rniA, liecetnl er li, lsitl, -STEENGTH TO THE WEAK! YOUTH TO THIS AfUSD! iitioiiiiiaisia. uit, L 1 FE 11K.1 l' VENA TO It. Tl.ii prfpMri.tlnD I mirf,Uitlct1 at a ltt jnvenator ud He ilvn r o Wiisi' il or hu rt t U ik f m-iin. 'I lio ! blif ulil be ct'rtHlu to iimkethc niokrone ahmiM lid.d vt"!' li.a-o.ucli us it will rentier ttiom youthful tu if'l inu' hi id In Mrfntr, anil ,Miut'lc tin m lo live .ivir Aitla the ili.y or ttieir ..rlitiiio joy. It itot ntily hi!riU'i t-ut t-tr rKn.im, und u. rcnllj an liiViilumMc (Wli'isinv, wtpt-f ially to llioio wtui hha bon reiiu d U a conOiiinn of dorvn iv, s- lr wbu'-e , uiij-f'iTtniii', or ortluutry hii kin'n. 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Ll'ilAaW, Nu. 15 8. KIM! I ll Hirct, tiiiatU'iplna. Ta. it ti tuHui imrp V0 TIME TO IJK LOST." ALL PARTIES J.1 di alr'iifr Information ou anrptint or point, on receive (be buoii' w itliout dt litv. on loirloalny tli-lr addii ami fl'ty ccutf. W !SO,riiUAUi-lnhla ItW Uii't I'ena jlvauia, ;-ii-4up f R I S O N V. R ft TAV tU0f 1TLY CL .1 ivM -jnnKI'll V. 7 HIT A rV, Ur Mi ,u-f no aval wnrv ' i 1 WW a I . nr .a i -. - . I, , . - - in.'n i ntiro ,i , tan- i ni o H 1 Off t-'Oltinl r ft:l.v-re4 . , . . i . t . i . ers l"nn,,'T aa.wril. Au.ice aa I i loeji' gitra ttre oi i-haiye "J 1)1!!.R MdNlY NO"T 1'AlH, AT T I fa il o i ';T l"!,Nal Smnir W- A-17 WI,NHT Stiw, ll l. Ulna. JOm I'll h I KVin . 1 .. All ait.ij; ar l 1'iti'i manor. ihs- ol cl.arve. AfpUt aliens l, n. PROPOSALS. 'Ilu'' U1' ASSISTANT ul'Attll-lltMAS- No. lift OintiHtv nmr, I r '! : I iii "I I'm I, , li.. o,,..;, mi 8V.i l'r.roS w .r..u nt t, .,,,,.e ;:-i! 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I ( t , - i(i,t trti M 1 I tVf,, t ... ,rt. bo. 0 .st..(1, T H .!!(. 1,1 , I ' h ell t)t If .Tim I.' r.-'i !-,) U'iCa ru ih, - rv, H, h H'-"'i.a''.-r fh-f ...,!. u.- !.'.. -ramtnl Nt. it '.vo-ni, .v i l ; : itrd 'i"o r.-rt-va'M" . -.tikf luu.i-i c. ai j..s . .,,( . A,,.i !t r ,,, , ti:-s f. i-r".- tl..' r . . M ft, , , ; ill) ( ( U, fi. d ;, a IblJi ':'' 1. -I - 1.' i;i"'-' .t 0 1 r l- ' u-ta.'i uhI A. 14 M. CITY ORDiNAfNCES. N O IMM A N V ll j in t .' n n l,o; ti im S. ... P.niosan. ti-.n I 1 1,1'tSf.Mi if.tii ..n.iiM.f (n .,. , ,K- the Oily i'.t I hii., lr . t 1:1 r (. 'i, 'fl .i- t Tu- 11,11.1 Is I. ,-) .11 'In T r-il M I" rrow, at n-t It "i l) m par mi ti (-rrtii it Mis' . Ill) ."lit. "II. LlH- l.lin I'I O' f ITlll 1 lull dtdi,-"., p' l li! t "i, cui-i-: ' .-nd con. il tio-i ri l"i;,itiiirfa I tr "l '" l"''t 1 U t- it st . i o 'I In ,r . t of r.-nn-.-1- m in ; t r -.viio Ii ii t'Tt'-t. not t. i trifit tlie mir m ti.r i ii iiiii .ir M.nutii. nl all lo- )itiid l,a f vciulr, ,-, m- tn .1 i't4 o ,li:i-nr aid .' :lv ,. nt l-v . t ( tn--t ' f y i'ff - Mil. r. Ill' iiio',Al ol s.t.l littui .LaU l.t- pivrtolp AH 4 I-: rl at H' ! ,r .ti. ?i ..f 1; i;t . ars I,, -in tV.; nt' lite :iniu, a-id rot I'.-i'-n-. -Miii'.iit d,,. Cfiist ut of tur holder I'iir-'tit, ;uiil 11 f iitlt Hl' . 'r4ir in tb ii.t .il ..rl nf . . iliiifitTi-a of 'it I.' no, rl!till .f l-.iiti.-ti iu Ma-h atntHinla tin- li mVrh n.; :t tu. Im-. nut f r unv ir -I i.irt -t of - 1 m drill ,i,,u r,, ,,r tr , m,p. , lltm i.iiiidrt-d d lliiri.rtiin .lii'iK.(Otl ii"ll.ii-.. h id tl khail 1 1 xi'ii --S. , ni imin rt'l 1 :ii t'.n- UtC mid loan, t liarr ift rr oi.oto'4l,ai .lilie tt ttn .h' not, arc pav aide trea rrot a l tuo", rfl tion 5. Tlo amptim of loin Hiaii t. a-'OTftpat. .ii-'i i.'iii'i', urn iii'i'. rii-.'.ca ,.r t'.c pm aii u4 ia atn.Miii'fi i tid'ow t tr - It tn 1 . 'l tin- t.iM."j.l (.c-ool ro:lini, tifiia iuali atf ui d -l.irtv- onr tl oucaiid ne hundred d'dUni a fl- l-'ir.-t - l .-'tv tl. , :u t J.-Pmrs. Hic.i-il rpitt- l. '1l:lrli-l.-H' lioiimnd dot Jj't.. ' Mr., her ion I i In., in, n-nml ij-di. ra. r our Ii He ton - I 001 v - it e tlo'itrtniid -illai, 1 -Ith Mtti'di I l'; t -,e ll.ati-.ihd l..lil. Siih 14. . fin- Tldrtv tli vi-nwd ip.ioir-. M enih crti. it K lp-inn tUotitHti 1 d(Mar. I 14! tli -i-i t 01 - Kt.it 10 h" ilioumiuii d.iUr,-. Niinli hi'tioB 1 T- y tii h in t d) ari. '1 1 mil i ci ii .11- ni. iiv in iikiuil diittai's. t lovcnth (--. lion I t nty-niiii- 'houand mo Iuii-r5r I d'-ilurh. 'I I'htti Sri (inn Tlun -("iir tliou und dollarN. 'I I'trt.-inil. Ni,.,- 'I i.i'O c ut,i tf....',n ( ,i dtai. Konrtci ntli cioi tli'-in-rind didla-'ii. t iili-inili Ni'ttHiM H'ty thi'imanil doll urn. Hi t ciitn Si ciion I im nt tliutisand dollori. i-ven:cMitli ("coiioti - I'.nly tiro thouMimi dollara. lOKM.-t-i-H, S r I. 1: TMm ihe tlio'i-un J rt'n..i. Mi mcm th H''cti..n 1 -rji-nty ttiouftim'1 dollfirn. T-aentlctli Jst'i tioii Mrtei t tl oiiNimd d'dla-r.. 'I ai.t.v-ilr-i hicil.iii I weniy dionand doila--g, '1 werty rond st L'tinn I.U t n ihousund doilant. Tiint -tlitrd Section P ni tucn t h'ii at.T rtid uri. Twoiity-t'oiirtli rt(H tutn .Sixtv-two Nuniaad d-diara. Trteiitv-tmh h ciion 1 wtii'v -tbrva luoii-and tl4,ar. 1 viiity-.(li .SRcti.iu Twoivc t lion Mind doliara. Iti in - 'I o uiin(n,rr tiie Cit v Trt ;Mir lor ai.nvprla tioni already m i io t-nnrj-' itili tn thin lom. f.Tty-niua tl.oiiKutnl nine bundri d uid ejlit ddiari. Item . lor cMitniKi'iiun-,. tliicen ttn-iii.nQd ilvt huiidjre-l ami ninety to ilullui-t, S ct:onJt. Wiicni-.tT nnv h an !j!iiII bn made by vlrtiin h.-rtof. there fliiill tH-. bv tiTta ut 11111 ordinan-. amtnaliy approprlat'-d nut ol llo I neon-? nt th rotporatp ettat'i and liom the Mini ruiHi d by taxution, a mnn ftiTlctont tu pay tho mttTi-it on rrtiticat and tin fnritier mini of (tiiTP-tcml ot one per rot, turn on ili par value nf aw-a ct niHci-i.e-. Hhull 1 apnirlaM d tiartf liv out ol auld ct mi' nnd irixr. ti- a Mitkinc inn I. wn'cli lutid, and He act unmlutioiii. um- Iu n liy bpi'claily f-lfdtd lor tli m df tnptioii and pimuint or mi! I cenii1,:au. AI.CX aVDI'-R J. ll?;t-KFl. 1'rcald' nt of Cihuqiuu Uouin-11. Alitftt WlI.I.J M P P. VI I,, Clerk oi I't'iniuon .'oun II. -iambi i.vvn, I'rejild' iitol .Si-lnci t'ouindl. Approvt'd thU tint day of ht-otiinioT, Anu I',nuiii out.- tl oiisnud t'tydt nundred nnd Htvtv l.,ur A. l. ALKXANKKrt IIKN RV, Jl -Mnyor id IMiiimUdplna. " V. 8 () L 1' T I () N " AX. 'In Mkr Orli.ln Triirtfcrn In the Appropriation t llie Hourd ' I iiuitdtann n! tbo I'oorfor ihr ,ear 1st i. lltiotvt d, Hy lb e ret nd t:-imnion (Nmncila of th riiv ot I'hiudcli i, a. rt at the H'lty C .uirnllnr la anl it l.ereby autt or ii-.iin make tin? lollowh iraniten tn ttia uppropnatiun to tne lu-a'd of (UtartiUna ol thv Tuor, tr ot'Inunt'i ai .rxivi-j .ltiMiiif 4. Iwi4. ai f.diow-t :- I- row Iti-in -j-i, poia-oc's. l-euna, und vtvoiaolfM. the nam tl four liiindH d d, diara : to lii'm i, brand v. wirif. whUky, anu pnrtor, mt-Miru of one Ituudrvd nnd fifty d diarj ; to lirm VI, ctttt'lvor'", h'.i.M, milt. vii'-L-ir, Hnd iickk-. I Ho Mini of tw o huiidn d ana titty dollar. 1- rem Ifiii -il, lire hose, atid ropairn to la'iie, (ha autn of one hiinrtrotliHid ninety iiv- dollar. i roni ltuui i'J, '.uarryiusiituui, tjio acm of oue KuuJrod Qnllara. Fiotn Item !0, purchase of Iron for maklrnf Imd betfl- (ciid, Uu aumot live hundred d.diurn. iu ad fio sum of hpvt-u liundrt d and uim t-n, tJoJiiu, in it;u 4., enaiii. id'lntf. und ncmii muti rii.N. h mm lit n. .'!'. piiiclnme ofboriefi and tnwn, th' iirn of two hundred tti di intty dollar; P. Item 00, Iron and black. Mi Ith work, tne mini oi one f undied und ntm t y ndJa' -ni d to lu-ui ni, iuinicnt;ii exin in.e oi' lurm aud Uluciaey CMnto, the aiibi ol one hundred dollnm. From leru in. provlnbnu for rimaitpox p..tlenti, tlie iiuua Ol two hundred Uidluru- 1 roniliunWMi ilif1,r First MatricJ out-door poor, tha um nl one tlmUHBiid dollnn. 'roni Item M ndicf of Hccoud Dhtrtct out-door poor, th mm of one tho'iamid dollar. From Jit) hi Mi, relict oi third Dli'rloi out-door poor. th inui ot ieeu hundri d and liny dollarN. From lit ni SM, rcln lof iourib Iiliirlci out-d'K)r poor, tli turn of stven hundred and fifty dtdtara Fn rn ltemM4. rt-prfof naii liauitt out-door poor, the mm of one tlmuiund dtdUrs. Fioiu Item k-'. nliet ot sixth I'Utrlct out-door poor, tUa sum f t one tkounand dollari. From Itfiu Hii, re!lt f of scvi-nth llbtrlct out door aoor. tbe imu oi iwo tboiihund oollaia. rom h. ii7, rrtlwf ot F-uiiith li!trlct out-door poor, the turn ol one tboin-and dollum. From Item iv. relir-f of Tenth Dhtrlct nut-door poor, tlie enm of live bundrt-d di4lara. , From Item K, n Ii I oi Twith I M strict om-d nr poor, the kiun t t four hoinirt-d d Um n. From Item w rfn. l ol Y. evf nth Ilitrict outd'r poor, t) u kuui of mx hiinvir'd b.dUrH.in .ill ilic nun ui ten thoufand two hundrtd dollars to llie folio winy uautedi It mn. to wit : To Item t, markf tlntr for hospital and nurtes tablet, th mm of ii& hundrtd dtninrH To Itfin ll. nmrktiintf lor Insane Aivltim, the hum of one hundred di-Uitrn. 'i t It in ih nr. corn, and corn mtul, the mm of thret tboiifcuml six hundred dllara. To lit ui ., bi i, mat ion, pork, and bucoii, the turn of six. hundred tlollum. To lit . 21. cattish, butter, lard, rleo, wrn, tmrniuy bar ley, (. dt. ami jeppt;r, Ibe um of three thuuiand oue hun dred doUum, To Iteiir-'w, btioti, (shoe, hatci. caps, the 10m of twa liutidn d and nttv dollarn. To Item .in, tottficco, no tip, lime, and atarch, the sum 01 o fit bundled and twonty-livv thdlara. To lttni M, hardware, cri-tkery, tinware, bruihea, and brtK.uici. the mm of tliree hundred d -lUm loiiemirl.tiifel, the eumofd.o huudietl doilan. To Mem iti, Ba ami oil, the aum of font Hundred dt.llars. To ltm4.,, InuMentuI epensciof jiou ekapl"S gena raUv, the mm i ortv dollart . To item 4-. th iliitlilln and weavlmr materlaU. th bra ot thre htm ir"d and thirty tire t'oliat-a. 'lo Hem ;'!, hofhrv, arn. ifirua. cotton, e unba. neeiiu, und trinimnu-a. Ua '" f two hundred and Hits dmlata From Item 7'. Inrfdental oiitd oar expenei. the una of one hunurt-d dolUm, to ,-lvr ataiioacr, p-intlng, and ad crtisiiiK. FrtiBo lit in h, Wauoi and pay-roll hoispHal departmentt W.e anu of filly dol'ttrt Fnm Item M. wa-.es aud pay-roll insane department, the .on. oi llity duh'jte. Firm Item M. IjiIIw and cauatlc aUnll and material for maknuf oup. tin' mm of tevputy live d.-ilara. in all, tie nu in on humtied and neventv-tlre doliaiat to lum 40. wafct-a ou nay-roil chargeable to house geua rally. ALKXANDIRJ 11AKPKR. 1'roaideu: ut C'ouioiou CuuucU. AttcM A int in am BrKw.MiT, Alitaut C'krk of Common Council. .(AMI'S LYtfl, Pientdent if Halert t'oanell.. AppMTPd thU t li ti d day of te-tuibt.r. Auao lioiu ml on hu.aii'. ulul.i Liunlrttd and mMy-Kmr (A. 14). ALKTNrKU IlKNRr. It u oi riuladuipliaU.