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jlEW-YORK TRIBUNE
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Ity ?y.n( 7'W.yipl I" Itta rVdHoa*
WxirOOOTOil, TliuriKJiy, Apr.l 18.
Mr PilK.ir ClATTOI BOM beta rontirmed f))- BBB
Stoat ?? IJ Auditor, and Mr. Fkfukkk k BlSAEE,
^ Now. York, C'ooaul to Venezuela.
Iilfrmtir? (rem .New-.Mrairo - Thr Indian
Trooblen A Flgrit wBtlTBBBl Iba llullalo
Hentern und Apnelie?.
St La* Ii, T!iur.?!?y, April 1*
B\ tlie en ival hero yiaterday. of B gaallaBIBB
torn N wM. xko, wo aara raeahrad daaaaifraai
Im Stet? bd the Ith BfMweh.
Indian ?apradatkaai in that aawetry attil con
tii.ee. The- Amcin-ans kfa ttvibg in conitat.t drca l
aal fr?', Bild ti c aavat,'? i 'irr dtily Ii coniin?; more
Mmj
Tbc writ* r >aya a runner, aei.t by a party ol Hul
iiohutdei. nnived at Lot W.:a. a lew daya be
ire be left. The Honte re bad encountered a body
?> Apii h.- l?diiin?, Bad n;i < nc-lfft-nieot Ct.lued lo.
?aren tiioni Twoofilnt ITintere were killed tad
:x? or fo ir hadly woaadad. The Laeliaaa earrisd
n*ail theii atiitiia'a a: d at the tiine of the runner a
kpMtare ai arty all the ajaaaaBitioa oi the Hoatara
tu tshaaated.
The C anaiBBtb r ai tbii, place wna railed upon to
rjer out a coat pan* oi aaibtary to ptoteot the
Bunter?, au I rek dar Imib w oaaaary aaakilaiiiia
The Apa hoe. IBtlaSad Uritfa their baoly, re
t itated.
K few da>a aince three M'-xii a; a Were killed by
is? ludiane at \ en.al Bprlaga. on the road from
i v i>'is to Baata Fd
haaliwBiplilnia araaaada abetaaBaoisat paaaaa
bkaktaat obaenrod by ?oloae] lieeroe kagraatiag
jkajajaa ii> Madaiia ?anj '.avinf,' been to the habit
uf tilling nrmt oml auiinonition to the hostile It:
aVjk
Patin-r Mataaas Baaiatred ilrmovnl?.
WfaeataaToa, Taaiaiap, April IB- I'M
Aii Rat oat been recaifed bare troai l-'etlu-r
?sthew, in wlti? h hi ?tatos that he will endeavor
lj return about the BBbMla ol the etisuin ? month
Hi he dih eaatiaaad faable
It it ttalcl thai Mr Yoaag, the new Clerk ol the
linse, will tnn'.e niimt runs removals
The iitpioNiou oi Iii.- Paraalaai
Pi i i K--bi ko Va. Th'ir.dav, April IE
We learn tbat the aBBIBa 1st tho killed by the
tpknion of Iba t w boat Hercules, below, N,w
'.leant, were B I Millor. IMot ; .linnet Riddle
"bird aaaajbaeer, und a sun oft'apt. Hiddle; Win.
abaaaaad, Joho Mora it, W, Ha^en, Thoasaa Mar
BEMM Rttfaa Tarboa, all deck hands. Aabobbj
? Malad were Jaba Palkrtoa Bad the bDowiog
eck hands Jam . MUler, OhTBT Arnold, and B
babMb
Mm us ol Hcforoiera.
B.kiim. at:, TlititJtv, Apr.
A lar^e town Bteeting oi the H..''ornn rs is now
tmtl lu-id in Monu'ncol ii|uar,-.
The Sjoutheru mail came throu.;li to nicht
Coort ot Appeal*.
Ali,an\. Thuraday. Aprn |.
Ko HI coneluded. No. M nrjtued. Two sessions
>>diy. decisions made yettcrday. The Court
till adj turn aoaaatiaM to morrow.
XXXIm i ii m.hi ?in-FirM Tllllm.
a?lWATE....WassBBBrees, ThutOty, April is
The Oaasaaittee &f heeatigatioa lata the diaordor
? ttabrday, wat htusoanced as t.'Vwi ? M;.
HliM Wiecoeaia, Webster, Katf, Ifjejlpa, Raak,
Ml ai.d Shield.
Vr. DonoK lakad b. be BJtaaaad, br ause oi ti e
*"?!i*r rc'a'iout existir" between hint and Mr
ia.twi.
?it. Footi sr.id, that so f.ir ae he waa eonce tied
i**roo'd pr. ler 11 ? t*e .ator at a member ot that
?aaunittee to any man in Amern a
D aal thanked Mr Fov.tolor tin* exprea
?'*ol kind leeli.ijra, but sail it natu matter per
?Hl with himself, and that, from delsoacy of leel am
1 'nthe subject, he must insist upon being- ex
?eed. The eadja baaaj t ike i be wit excused
S*nit.'rs EejBjIkBI and R?SE made eimilar rt>
flestt. w!m h were r. ,used.
After tlie tratisaetion nf the BBOraaeBj'l bueiness
?r Uasr.? novo! u- ;oelpa.,e all pnor orders or
TS*** ,,f ukil 8 "? *? Mi the admiation
< MMiraia U a Stale. After n discussion upo:,
iNetjkiosof cedkr, the Vira tVaabiaM ruled tiiat a
hstionto paatpoaa ckMjJd not bej made until the
*Wect paaaaaas] to be peataaaa d had ti-tt been
?*trB u'i Mr. Eeahaa tl aa ?areej t.' it the s,-i
("weed, to the coi Biderati ? of the California MR
Mr .Clay moved Ui la\ the motion on the table
n.. w* '''^''e', ??. Nays Be, as follows:
t?W r..'!. Atcb,?*?'- 8?d.e., Bf' Borland. aMkdkt
* .h. <? M.? M."-on. Pear,-.
? ^''^a*d Talea stur*t"t> Tku**7< Caaorwoiid
-'N?V*f"am'r.."^"'.^ ?'?>????.Clark, Cr?| ?
t. P-'lp*. taw!adT^Vj1: ? """" T' J '? ?? Ml ler. M
Webe.r ' *^ 8Mh> ajaaaaee, Water aad
> roon bA?fw.^*2^*fJ
He asil n. -sof gZrS
?ha any Ihrtber re:?,rka 'l, " *?ald
^<cto.Mct.>a,pee.vv?t! ?* ^
f* at .1 ti at the rote a^aadw?? *
*-Cl*t BAjaejBSjed b.t hearty ? -,??
wi at i iust been ?a d, tad un ted in IM boot)
that IM m.i rity w ul 1 raHfll ?? lt-c-1 from the N
epo-,?:h lit) ol further pn ractioo ami deity.
'Tue lei ion w i? tht ?? ittte i op Mr It- nt I ?
WBOwdanont, ma 11 til g th.' r mmittee net to con
ni-rt Ca if rnia with any other mea?ire. .
tfesaart BOTLBB aad BORLAND taid they a'
vote BftaMt the prop witiono, 00 th- found that
ti.ev wort ptlpnb e rjoatradiction* <>? what tne I en
ate did yesterday. Other Senatort aieo declare l
their real aa ( rvotaa, wri bthaW woavld eive. at.
that tba \<>t ?? e.. i, C be i Bask* r-d a t-?t.
!*:?? arnendmODt waa reject d reu I ? nnyt
Too qneetioo wu tness taken b, yeas and naya
iTion each r,f HrsToa'a nine pn P?"""* . _ .
Tne rrneatirai waa then taken opoo the fotow ng
uaend "tajroj -aodb. Air Ktsmv tdof wh.rh
^'^M^ 'Vi'.'1': -?- ? Kraadrwaalafl aoeta?
/ 'w?*rtf. i ? ?,,,,,.,.,.,. IO take into ettnataV
../:,.....t.-.ioe,',rof ^f,ur!.,.:*,<
"lirL itidldaa efaaawrj wttk r, the s-e?*
;j Tne aappraawioa of Hie b.-tre Trade between the
!i 't...- a ., .i aa af I Beery wttht* Baa Fori*. Areena.e.
[) ra Y?ru?, and Navy mead* f lb- Ba ted Siaiea.
lai Ti.e A?m..it..>? ofSmvery la Ik ? D lei riet or Colombia
.lad /- Haled rWllar, Tba: ??id Coaam iieeire.: boI taae
in'ii r..',e:.lera'i >n ar.> .ju-wii"- ? i-if.ut 1" lb- ??!?' ?????!
p ........ r tat tat j ka ike Belted ttatee winch anal oat be
ipec tally rtl-rre i to II bfl artel al he Senate.
Um qa< s':... waa then taken anon a propoeitton
bt Mr HAM lib. excepting tba a Imirsion of Call
foraia trota im rataroace, wbicb artt it'tottd by
Y'eaa ?-.'?>, No-' a ?'
Mr. VVaLKBR moved to ani"iid tba original mo
tion of reference by 00 >-|.t:n_' th r. f.otii the euh
a ? al tba nrro?r of ragitire iTtrea which wta re?
jected, Yeaa 1", Ney? BBv
air. Hali meed la tatead by adding t prorei
akaa referring to th.- Committee nil Iba potitiona
and rein aniittraa a tat t<> th>- .Senate th-* ????-. n,
relating to the subjects referred tn the Bolect Coin
tatttee.
Mr. ( I tV h ?|?e-.I tl." r. ft ' o'e w i h- tnti .
Bt tboutrht the Committee a.ter read bag one or
two of them would be satisfied.
bfr. Kino oppoeed the referenot of tbeee p?ti
baat boat miserable fanatics. It waa ine-iitintr to
propose It.
Mr. Ii tt B, in the eonree tf aonie remark* in rt
ply, aaid, thnt the Beat BOP from Alabama BBMflW
? red it reipei tjfakl to roter the cntntation* o" im
Senate, hut where it was proPQttd to refer Ibt
Iboanrbtt of the pttple Of the sovereuns ?he
i al ed it intnltintr.
Mr. Iii mis. nan) i, ? I ?? 1 rOCCired a petition
from New York, w h;t ii he should protest tO-BOOT
row, Baneatsag tbe neoeatity for tbe ettabiish
meiit ot n lunatic aaviorn for the AfaoKtion mem
her*, and I Okel I leg to tho BBM of an individual
Senator, a?k rnr that his he*.I be sbtTed birth wit In
tad that he ho pot 00 a cold Wtter diet Lrtiiith
ter.J
After debate, ti e Chair ruled Mr Hai Bl
amendment oat oi order, apoa tbt tjnraad that the
proaayailicaal to. I?e r- lern d sTtrt BOl HO ier ctrnjid
errttion
The linn! qaeotioa hem-' tl.. ti tak. n upon the
notion to reior ri u ? arei Bti t'l raawiation to a
Beleol I'otnrnittee of 13 without baatTtS tion*. it
wn* ?./??//.'../; yews im, imvt m loliowa ;
Yrtts-Aicina.e, ltadfrr, Bell, Borland. aVejefj Bntler,
Cmtt, Clay, Ctaweiaa, Davl* (Mite), Oadshteea, *%?f*Mot
I owe), Downs, Kooie. Ilut.t.-r. Jeaee, Bine, Maaenm, Ma
?on. Morton, IVa'ce, R,??, S.I,?man. S ale, Sjiruance,
ararpr-.n. Turner. Underwood, II HiUomb Yulew
NtV?- BeMwiB, BeetOO, Brad' irv. t baae, t ,arke. Cor?
win. Davl* lUwi Day loa, Dodee (Wu.), Doaaleee,
Keii h, iire-n<-, lu e, HamUB, Miller, Norrla, Pbelpa,
Seward. Stileid?, Hniilh, Walker, Webiler.
On motion by Mr, Hanoi H, it waaordered that
the Se ,ate h :\ nt ti reit lor the Chairman "! the Corn
j oaitte. <?u moti in by Mr Daria, (Mia*.] the ha!
I ioting tt n* poetponed until to morrow.
Mr ii vi * thee nson d that all the bsmBJosbi ami
j reaaaaaeeraaaTee bjjrlaaj on the ttbte n lating to the
eohjecta juat referred an tbe Select Committee, be
' referred to aanl Commiliei .
Mr. t'i tv aaoeed en adjoarnment, batwitbdrew
the motion (in Mr DoVOLAS, who expreaaed the
hop.' thnf the Senate would bow, in accordance
with the pledge cu en yeat-'nlay hv Mr. t'l tr, take
the California bill, and make it tne special order
for to morrow.
Ifeeare. in run Bad Majmbbi bsaieted apoa an
a<i|ournineiit, and the Senate adjourned.
?OVBB Of KEPi.K.SKNTATIVl s
By Rfiin'i Xltctro. Chrm ir,i / Ttlrjrap'x
Mr. YOU bo, the Clerk t let t, was aayalMltd
At the *u^r'eation i f the Speaker, the Commit
tee of Accoonte Were directed to investigate the
aflnir* of the late Clerk, at oonnectcl with the
contingent lund, hiuI to mutt' it? trKiiater to the
present C ( rk
Mr. LtTTLBPIBLD (Loot i I Me. asked leave to
offer t resolution, that Mr Bofttor, the Acting I)a>r
keepcr, and Mr. Jo' BJea\>tM \ ting Poetmaeter, he
declared duly elecAed forth- preeent Congreas, it
being doubtful wbetbor tbey bare now full po wer*.
acting aa they do, by sulle: ance. the election htviug
been poatponed till If trcb i-i. Hesesired to settle
the question, BO that it may not he aaid the House
cannot organize. Yesterday they *aw rncmbera
from the North, South, F.ast and West, coming
together in the election of a Cb rk, and he had imw
no hesitation in saying that whatever bis fears for
a dissolution had beOB, they wore di*ji|iatt'd, and
there were no teats of a dissolution of the Demo?
cratic party.
The Sit thru'leei.it d the reiolutioo nut o! or
der, n?. except bj unairinons onatent, no action
can he had out of the regolar order of hu?me?*.
Objection being BState, en appeal waa tak.n
from the deciaion of the Speaker.
Mr. M( CLBBBARD naked the gaaatMlflMHI to BBBdjb
fy his in,iii'ii that the Hoaae t ow proceed to the
election o! Postmaater and Doorkeeper.
(In motion of Mr. Si tv kss, the sppt al was laid
on the table.
Mr. Bltowa, Loco) of Uieaiaaippi,oflered arean.
lution to rescind thai heretofore passed, postponing
the electi.iu of Doorkeeper, and that tbe Honte
proceed at once to each election.
Mr ToOMBtj Wbig oi"lj< ir-m, (ihjectf! to the
reaolutioti as out of order.
Ti e BrSAIBa decided that th* resohiti tl peat.
pBaaaaj 'he election tanaBOl be ttaajiialtd by th's
mo ..?
Mr Bt* w> appealed from the deciaicii. hut aub
se.| lentlv wbbdn tv hi* appeal, and eilend a rem
! latino that Mr. H- met be diecherajed a* Drjorkeep
1 er, and thnt the BoOBt inimediate't pnx-eed to the
elcctit>n of one.
The Bf BAJtajl detided tbe r< solution out of ur.ier.
BB tie ground that a resolution pcstponirii: the
I > el M is still in existence.
Mr. BBOWB tpyeBled, Bad eall?.d fur the yeaa
and naya.
Mr. Tuk. (Frea BOtlai] of New Hampshire mo?
ved that ti e app. al be laid on the table.
A coitveraatioti ensu. d. and Mr. Hkown with
j Jrcw the ajiptti. |ad modi tie i his resolution, strik
aag out so much as provides tartM immediate
election.
The Sri AKiR decided this to be out of order.
Mr Bkown appealed.
Mr.TOWLIB, (Wbig] T Muai moveu toiayit
mi the table
The an mien waa then taken: and the Houae re
fated byt eete of It to BS, to lay ,t oa tbe table.
Mr TOOMat atretiooualy raaMsjudld that this
was wot a pr vBaged ..t.e.tio::, tad BlaMtM trot bake
pre.v ie.ice over the regular tldei ofbusi-.ee?
Mr. Bk.-tv, said that tbe nation he made wt.
( :Ktt tn the .pint 0/ eaptiou.ne,, ?,War,
keep-r, and be now wished to, aadki tbe Hlaaai ?
el ar,o. tgsJkml Mr Ho-net, th? actir-s Doorkeeper
, First. That the aaid Bawaaf atade a BMea eertil?"
leate. U'C-r. a: I hy t rtM ot whtih, hi. brother
t .1- * ptYJ at ,i oBktl the Hou.e. when it w*.
i notorious ' e w .a tbeeal brbbb 'he City of Weeaaa ?
I tOe ami > eld office in the State af Wie-onem, ?
?bittet of ?hvh h- ?aa daaBaaTgiBf, and rcc--%i,, -
eai? o .: that Uait d State?.
SatDiid. Taatt tba said Honor has laaanJaaa*] from
j hie place, a par-e nt tl i? Hou?e. without rraton
I aaal la Battnayjb I ju-tification, has made false
. henres a-'einut the page wh:?h, if trj.\ won 1.1
('i?-rrare ..im. and ju*ti*>- criminal j sria lictioe.
Third. That sai i H irn r ma I? a fall st itemed,
is disoharv;:.- hisot'i *sJ dstii l
Mr Baowa kebed vr Hm BppohMatoal of a.
Committee 11 investigate these chir^ea
Mr T-?'Mb- lege aal ad htr Bi -*r. t ? ?? If a
h i raaoiaajaaa and r- (er the char.--1 vhi i> Bra
now Bsaaifl as a tneetioa of pfh ? |
Mr. BsWWB beBoTad that the isgsfcj of tlw
Hiiaaii niguhod iiiiaatigalhaa Ba voted for H -?
aat a? Doorkeeper, hut ba had since ahaagod his
opinion o! him H<> troak srjtfadntw Ina resolu- .
tion.
M M< Lim: I. c, ? ? Mi mV-i Br..wn t- .et
the charges c as a qu-stioii Ol prirfJoge.
Mr. BftOW >' then pra err id Iba etargae,
Mr AuRf.TT, Loco] ef Tb. btoaired whetherI
it not one of tho che rites It i not beer, a matter ol
inveetigatioa by the ('uuimittee ot A.0 ountt.
Mr Jti.ou s? N t by d '? e'i n . ' '!._? House.
A Committee of Five were ordered to ba Bp*
j?.ii bad >n the charees.
||r. Bjchakdbos Loco ol Illinois, aakad U ave
to offer n resolution :
F? ?'. That a Select Committee of Nine be ap- j
pointed with power to send for persons nn I papers .
to inquire and report to the Howe whether Tho-.
mas Ewing, tlo- a '??,ary of tl b Fi t iri <r, has re
?penei and pail tbeetaaSBof the Ewinga m-alrmt !
the Treasury, amounting to *"t,0?0, after the same <
had beet, a.ii idicate ! and rejected by the proper
(dUcera ol the <i 'v rnmcnt, before Ewins was in j
ducted into said oflta : wha: agentaoperated, and :
winit Clerk introduce,'. ?ai! < lawn
blreei y. WhetheraaidTaoaaaa Siring allowed
931.000, as tnte-est ol ela'in ol Cominodore Ja'uea <
Hamm, of the Virginia Navy, during tlie llevolu
tbmary War after the pria ipai bad been paid. If
paid, whether simple l r coapoand int. rest was
allowed, sn l whether it was n aethority of law. |
Third, \Vnether the said Thews Biting paid
th.-- Ctnekasaw claim, BBMMntiug t,i o.,e hundred ,
and eighty thousand dollars, after the same had
been adja licated and rejected by the proper otBcer, ,
I,. !.ire sat I Kwin.' was indu-ted it.' > l.'s oihVe .
who was the aeent or attorney, an 1 whether said
agenta held any ofl :e aadar the <i ?vernraent, an I i
tmw bold o!fi'-e
Fourth, Whether the sa'd Tbonaaa Bw at has
ueurped power, and whether ate. ? ?:!'? er ? i t .? has
reversed the opinion of the Coatatiaaioner nl Pen- I
sions It so by what noth .nty has it been done? |
/" / k, What pen m m otli ??. appointed by sii 1
TlHitnas E wing, dorieepoad foraewepepere. Ifen, I
what aalariestbaj raoahre and what papere they t
write for.
Mr TOOMBJ did not like the lllilt'l* ??? of the re
aolution. If t!ie gwtfW will place it in becom.
I ing language he would not object,
Mk Bichardbor?WiH tbegentleman state the 1
terms '
Mr BTAaLT, [Whig] o: North Carolina moved a
suspension of the rules. BO let th ? resolution come
in ahead of a'l others,
The BriAOl aaid the rules could not be sus?
pended.
The H "is-' ?i i.t i ito Comni.ttee ol t ' Wh la ;,
THE I K> -lliKM - SPKI Ml. I At.lt MIMA Mil-Mi.I.
Mr EwTBS (LoOO nl Tennessee, advoeflfed Mr.
McClernand'a plan to admit Califarnie, to settle the
Texat* boandary by a money consideration, and
provide Territorial Governments forFt ih and New
Mexico, leavinir the .pieetlon wie ther Slavery ex
ists there to bo settled by tho Supreme Court.
Mr. Ai >rn> (Whig of Alabama quoted tl t > h!
Teatement, and refarrod to the law ??. (i 11, nations,
and nst'ire. in juatilieatian of Blarery. He cm
tended n.-the happy eonbtion ol iljws and de
feaded ti e South
The < ouitnitt-'e n-se. whewlhu gpeahef said that
he intended to be absent to ? in iw and the next
day, and tho unanimous QBBBOBl ol th. H us - was
given to him to ap|M.ii.t a Bp. akar /> U ...
The Committee on the chorees agajnOl Mr Hor?
ner are Messrs Old*. Newe.l, Phelpi I.etil -r a id
CaldweflofH.C.
The House then BdJOOTDe I,
PJarketa ...Mbw-o ? >? a
The CoTTOB markot la very aetive, arid the sales
yesterday were 8,000 bales, mmtly for Earope, at
full prices. Middling brooght 11} and Fairi-.'; ?
The decrease in the receipta nt all the Southern
|m.rta is 390,000 hales. CottB is firm. Sales I '.OOO
imshels at 6<< <i Hio Coffee is quoted a! Bj ? ?
Mess Fork 8*. The eity is very bealthj .
ilnrkrt* ? Kaw^OsLSsae, Apt .-i
Holde'? ol Cotton eoatinue to gn fu . pnre Mr o? ,r
8 ork>, ni.il the M e? re* erda) were 4 urn bsloe, Including
' Middllog 'alllidlli. The supply of Rice is qtiise large,
ai d the market du,,
KullliinUtn in the BaaaM (note nod Union
The North hem. ii b> her own He Bale re?
!?lr. fraanl.
Correspondence of The Tllkaae
WssHinoToi, tVaswaaday,April 17
The ears had left ion ? be fare the Senat.- ad?
journed, whieh has to dey ptaaaated aBCOtic uti
eqaaled in its history, and arkbsb has reflected op
on that body a diagrace thaf It will he difficalt to
efface, That a Baaator ihoald ba permitted to go
into a deUberatrre body braaed with deadly wea
p.'iis. ami to draw su h weapons upon a brotiier
Senator, whom he had been reviling and lib-Uinc
ti I the session in a tone an i sp'-it that would dit
graceaeoaaabuo brothel?and bo permitted tore
tun his seat, is what I can acarce J bring mys If to
believe trill he permitted Th- reporl however,
of the Committee of laqairy thai baa been named
to inveatigate the brataloatrage of Pootb upon
Col. BlMTOB, anil the BBttOB ?M Senate may take
u;iou auch report, will Balve the problem wither
armed bullies can retain their s.-ats in that bo<iy
to overawe and ir.t.innlate other members in the
discharge of their Legislative functions Foort
admitted that he caaaa to the Senate armed,
and had been in the habit of doin-r BO.?
Bd prttended this was nit doae with a do
aignol makini: an atuek. beat M defending him
sell Jrom one. And yet he was the BBS ail ant upon
Col. BsSTOB, slid in a strnin that violated every
par iamentsry rule, and Bet at defence every prin
aiple of decornaa, provoked the advance ol Hun
Tun, which Fooif made th 1 ex use for drawing
his pistol M ahed the blood o! the Scna'or from Mia
seu-i* It is^iy this kiadol BfgBBaenl thai the N eth
is to be traiup'ed in tl. ? dust by elave power, and
to be overawed ir. etru.giiug hir th- raghta of Free
men, and that Mara JaatKd which ae a Nation we
are bound to mete out bi the State of California.?
Nothing urn wipe ant the stain foots has inflicted
upon the Atnerictn Senate, but to expel him from
that body He was deaonaoed by Col BBBToa as
an assassin, and his very daflBeaaar after r-ommi'
tin?- tiie overt set, showed tl.a' he iclt th-r hnoa ^nd
the justieej ot the sivueation Oei Br.Nfov. wb-'o
he ret imed to his aea*. invited an BXamiaati ?i of
Ins paraoa, avowtnc that he was wholly unarmed .
but let! it to th- Senate t ? dete.-m.ne what was itt
STOtrjl in the cireumsUnct s in whicii thai bo i y was
Ibra planed We wiil see what the Conimi-t.e
wili do to whom this subje. t h*? been relerrci
of the exeitemei.t tha' at th s naae Boavalaaa ail
classes in aociety, yon can onn ful. as adejurte an
i lea as I csu express The crisis has Brriv-.n. and
Q ' i only knws how it Brfl ternnnatr. Tb- N, -
j wae defeated to-day by her own Seuato-a and
i ehe Wllj bave B0 ngbt to murmn- or c in plain,
no mattvr how seri us may be '.' ? *.s -oces
a Wag from rtntraathwj and UtbJ laaaeeaaf those
whom s'>? ha i i.i par. BBsccttal aa her MBllael' ami
aadguardians Col Bbatob st~i.-~\ ! t: - agw. .t
the ,! ,y r.: ? iasUy,aad whoa at list overp wi r
ad, Mi with h;? hoe as the km Boathsi iihampasj
ha H it Senate but Bcvar Clat eoaM bare aBeod
hint, anithia the Boat] aeeated oaora tlan I
er? tofeeldsnrhnj th/, larea atm/.-Ie of kvday.
Mr. Cr.tr iaea< >.!..i h daftating Bf.?1">'? amen-'
?aats oCr?red fa Footb'i raHbtJaa by a vote of
at to 94, whi. Ii wn regarded by both ai fee of the !
ctataeber ae a teal vor..-, sad whiea wonM have car
ric.l Foort'a Committee, hat far the en iteaaeiit bu
eaaae i by .!n*i:.: bit pag ?: ap ? CoL Btrroa.
There arc tl aa wi i aar? acted with Cat It*.
t n f r.vj.-h-.-jt ::.e -lay. at.! w?.. :-el aa ?? he .
ahould have BairenderaaV after the rote waa de- |
dared by which hie BaMwdaaaata were defeated |
a:.d Mr. ClAI I prneawllkM substituted therefor
In pursuing hi* oypnaitiea further, they think it '
e ibjected thorn to the clawga I fata, ti ras minority,
a p eition they are anwillinc t.? Beeame 11 thte, !
i think Col. Best s erred, Bad bat for this, be J
would have stood before the country in an in |
v.j rierahle position, ? , far aa hie man... ?tm.-.-:,.
ol this day virus txncaraedl Tnere ia now no room '
for Mibt, hut what there b the atrcngth in the '
Senate to e?-ry a ball ap .;. air. Cm - plan; sod j
in the H inee it* "hairree of aaeceeo a.-o a* aevenia I
to ten Some of the Whig aaembere from yoor i
8tat?>, otie or two from Pennsylvania, with a num
b. r of Loco-Foe 3 from the Free State?, wii! go
with the South in tapaort 4 Mr. Clai plan: and
tbia coalition will entry a Bannte bill of the char?
acter I have ?poken of, lh-ough the Home.? j
Tl.cc i* no i!:air!iis:n*; that there ia a hail (
state of reeling here am aag the Whigs, ami 1
which I a n appraaataerea WfJ re ult in groat j
injury to Ihe eases .,: Freed >m at:-! redound |
to strengthening the power an! influence of!
Slavery am! LciooFoooiam Th? tune has arrived
when the veil shouU ba tain ail, an I the facts '
ahoulil he seen as th ?y re thy exist here. It!
i* due to the ooaatry?it b doe to the cause of
Freedom?it is 1 at to those af 'is who tor a quar
tcr 1 i a rentury ha-, a been atni.-.- big for th ? ascen?
dency of sound priadpiaAj bad to check the on
war?! tide ot .'"'livery that is deeoiating the fairest
portiona of the I r.;...i?that the whole truth shou'd
be knoien A', t by you ? p emission, with the use
of your columns. I am will tnr to undertake the
task. If this is not done, if the wicked an I cor?
rupt s; hemes fir PukJkleistMaking are not exposed
and things are per Bill tad to L*n on, as they have
been coinc for the last two months, before we knnw
it, the Slave power in the Union will be perpetua- j
ted, and I. oo-Feaaiaai as Iraaly fastened upon the |
nation as deapotatai at upon the serfs of ilussia. (
I writ> plainly, for I aas at. 1 foal the neceesity of
it. It ma;, be that you d ler with me, but a few |
weeks :it furthest w:li satisfy you thst I am no
alarmist, when I r-l you that the North ia rapidly J
aoprokcliimr a state of vasiahu'e to t' .- s mth.
woi so tlian that eadared by the Blares of South,
Carolins or Cuba.
Tl l?gt have to pr Bjrnaj b it a little further, ami
the on', argument the North will hear when etrug
glir.g for th 1- ri.-bts, w.ll be the argument of the j
pistol and the bowie knife, that wa? about being
j 00 fre? ly used in the S-'oat - tins afternoon. Mr
Sr.ward has l>ceii as uni istly and basely assault
i ed in debate bj Foots an wai CoL Bc*t< % and,
1 had ho bavo yi? Med t.? Iii? fo -lings ae H?.\ ro\ did,
ho doubtless would have bed a pistol drawn >? pun
, him. And yet what baa boon bis offendintr. H ?
has been guilty ol faithfully sad fearlessly repre?
senting hs Constituante, and ot advocating the
cause of the oppressed and analavod, whether in
his own or a foreign land. And 'or tin-*, there are
thoae who. in the case of CoL BlBTOir, would only
reply r ? ' .? vnm a ? nib'.' a vim- M? 1 y pli./r_' a
loaded pistol at his breast! Let the piwplc of the
Free S afes look t 1 th. ir rub's, before they uro ir
rotrievably 1 st thraaghthe faithlessness of a few
of their ow 1 unworthy Benatora.
_' _ a new-york erb.
The Maaarfcal Trial nt Uaebsaa,
The trial daafajaed to test the validity of the Ma
! is.-srial Land Titles if now in pri>--io?i at Hudson ?
The defendant in the caae ii Bannoo Livingstor.
I The whole if the Livingston Manor, which contaka
l?0,.'lt) a> res, is not involved in the case, h it only
I l.'iO acres of it. Tue Government through .lohn
I Van Buren cattend that this mad was common,
I unoccupied and with nt fein es and the propelty of
the State, and that If the def.-n laut haJ any title,
it was a fraudulent one The fad that in July
last the laud was 1 oui.nou waa proved by ?eceral
wifm ??? a.
The defens'. throu.'h Mr Southerland. affimie l
that the action waa not 1 rotiL-ht lean ' It by the
State but by certain private LndiTidaale, who had
indu ed the Attorney Oanwal to appear for them
in hi* o'li.-la! capaei'y After speaking abiut three
hours, he offered in evidente the patent by which
the manor ia btld
Mr. \".in Huron in reply areued ti:r.t the pat' tit
was not valid, because it was a fraud on the Uov
ernm-*iit. havinir been issued in iti.i unti e petition
of Hubert Livingston, who asked for it on the
ground that hie former patent did not contain cer?
tain land?wh'ch really bee no-i to him; that thia
was a fraudu'ent pretence appeared 'r>ir. the fart
that the new patent nratalaad b 'lands beside thoae
of the old one- He also maintained that the grant j
was r.nt cixi lor tho reason that it was made oncu !
r.nlly by Tbomse Donegsn, 1?18?;. when eoeh e event I
could not be made by Doaagjaa without the consent j
of the Council wbioh B did not appear, had been |
iriveii. and alio becauee it could not be made with
I out survey s which were not had. Theae objectiona
were overruled by the Coart on Tueaday and the
defense admitted to prove the title.
The loliowit-c are the heads of the title 'M I;
proved :
?? Oran-s to Robert Livlags'oc. la 1611 a-.I IBM ror.r.nne
ttoa of, Z . m > K2? ? ?'h y f"*?
Pnnip 10 Bohert '?' n Bo -r' to Join *n;! from Jota to
H*ru,oL Liwac?we- P'e??rn: proprietor and c.altnant.
In aapport af thai titieaLTcat variety 01 faw a
?eatarr ?riaanee, mapa and sun-eye beside the
testimony of severs' livimr wi'n-asee The pr-ieca
tionwidintn?!uce rebu'tin^- teatiinony. The trial j
will doihtlees BOOapy the whole jf the present
week. _m
A?aieaaaABI ?The Youn^' Men's Daaaafjaj I
lietv ? c 1 brate-i their fourth aunt- ersa.-y Tuesdr.y
t...h*. ? the B-.k-r b'i.i.l.nea. Tterc wsa a
large audience present, who fh paoat) .-me ex-1
press,, in t.'Cieir pra se in hearty applame Am n^
HM cssa'.s read, was ou ? er.t.t.ed "TbaagbtBOal
Kurope, " by a member of the taciety, wh ich Jis
idaved a -'*"1 iu*ight inUi Burv>|w>Bn pulitier, and
as m atseary tumpaaitiiiB, was dasei ?lag I tta
' conmiendate nbeeiowelmit. Theo her. Stjedaea
1,4 the oeutn-'. mid slew aiawaeifcaaBV paaaaaoa
I (* red it ably to thoae engaged in tiiem.
T.iro.vto r.?i?eB*i;r? Aasoag tho {**? I
Wba left in the Canada for England wu the Bishop
Oj forooto, whoso purpose in going "Ot. as we
' have already mottioned. is t,. .I.t.in. ? : t -1 an
sh a ?Chaarh" iaarllatiaa. ta be called tue I ni ,
1 eVraitv A fries d f t. a Bbbboe in'o-ma na tha'.
: mst before he went on b-.e'd th- steamer. . ? -
ettcs (ram baaaa adHaaag h-m that the aaa
\ acrirtion already ex. ee led ! t.e hm dr. d bhaanaad
j : ?-S [Conmeretal
CITY ITEMS.
Vmrj ti mi) v tastes. ; u B ,.: > ,
I ? i.-cly, the ansiasooabhr aad .Irosry weatl.e- .?
1 moderating. The sun gaJat a.mo HatU iadlaaiaa
I daily, taal the ruu.-b. wintry, raai'-uc edge (: t .,
Vital cuts less keenly. The weather wue ar e ,a
.i lean that the akaanga ai Iba langa %eater.lt. trill
litve t c ?sl .*'?.".-.: BOtan aaaiaTj Mia mmn
wone. There ?Tal be etat Banal, aaal tba: .. t
trirl ng. which must fohow tbi? remarkably btek
wnr.i Spring?there will he .cans of Mt Last
year we had a pleiiti'ii! hwlt nf tppllBi petjobca,
Jbe ta i the lament rttione ol" Mr aWaitta wer.'
? . p-essed by the adventitious appearar.ee i I t
Cbniera. We learn from Jeraey that the p a h
tr-e? UM BOW piitlin.' forth bdl? It nioet r.
iiiarkable profusion, and should the young lowdn
escape vott?and it .* like!;, they aj il:??? peach- ?,"
? in ntsrkctman to :it. " tf *..': be w -rth a thi!
ii.:.*abi?k t." We don't i an/ice New Yorktra
wiil be very ? Try, whatever .o.iVn tut;, think
Stbuubu Onto.?We tnilimttinl sais tat
fit* Orfeaai fttwaoat af bat i>?th. that thia
? t amer ? tde the regular conne.-tion at Char',-*:, r
ft.d Savannah c-n hor last outward trip, not with*
atandin^? sfce encounter.-.1, %\h in ofl Cape Hal s
and Frying Pan Shoal*, one ti hat severest equi.
aoetial ajoJoe known br many jreere. TWaaaaaea
ten ?peak in the hiehest terms ? f the Ohio r.? a
<.-a boat, and of the tki'.l nod pre It act on the net t
ot Cape.Bchowohiaaavigatasgaha thip. a I i. -.
?.aaal tum to which nearly every paatemrer con
tribntad, was tabecribed for tbe purchase of a ?:i
ver trumpet, upon w'oi'-h it to bt f Bgfaved an tf
propritte deeenption, to be presented to Capl.
Bcbeack ta a testimonial of retard and esteem
wbieb they entertain for him n.? i gesstsetBBa an-i a
skilful and efflcieal ofltttr.
Xi-m York \sn BBOOKLYB a\l. i\n>>v? The
annual meeting of the Coni-re^atioual Association
of New-York tad Hronkiyn was held at the lec.
ture room of the church of tl i Parittne, on Tues?
day and Wedneedty of hist wool-, at which twelve
candidates for the ministry were examined and
licensed Mc*tr?. F K. M Bachelor, A. F.. live
rest. II Ha.!, W. If. Harvey, S. S. Hagbton, A.
Planr, B. F. Romaine. C. Socombe. (J. C. Strong.
J. It. Warren. E. Whittlesey, a.vl tl. B. Wilcox ;
eight of whom areineinh-rt pi'tbe Union Theolo?
gical Seminary, three ol BM Th. oaogictl Seminary,
nt New H iren, and bm a student of the Seminary
of the Reformed Dutch Church. On Tuesday
evening a meeting br Conference and prayer was
held in the church. At this meetiiu reporte were
presented by th- pastors oa th>* ?tato of tbe
churches, which indicated a aasaertl ?t?te of o it
wan! prosperity, an I encoura "nj si.-ns of pr -.jroat.
On Wedneedty oveniinr, Kcv. Mr. Bt.her
preached before tbt Association, in the I'hurchof
the Puritans, 11 a large r.??embly.
A FfMAl i Fi.ki.kk ?Capui.i Qeorgt Jegoreoa
Smith iftho Sixth Ward Police, at a late hour
last night returned Irom Hudson btring ii custody
Mrs. Brockway, tbe wife of tbe convicted former
1 who a few weeks ahnet ma le his etctp I from the
I Hudson County prison. This woman is now con
f ned iu the Tombs awaking an examinatiou in
j connection with two men named I.aphtm and
Hu'^hea, who were ar'rstcl Basnet two months a -o
I by A M. C Smith, who found in their possession
! upwards of #7,000 in count, rfeit noleaou the New
Mi,., u County Bin!.. All ol these parties ar now
j charged with havin./ prepared tad pat ia circuit*
j tion n large amount i f thia counterfeit paper which
waa so neatly and at the same time so exactly ex
ecuted a* tn deetirt the most skilful judges ol
money and it was not detected until it eann- un
der the observation of a keeneyed hank note en?
graver Tim night Marwang Iba atllitl id Hughet
an I Laphnm, this Mrt. Brock way was in the City
having in her pOBBoaeioa l?.oon in coonterii it mo
ney which ?as to have beta puid toH. JtL. for
circa'ttion had they tot been mooted. It will be
recollected thai alwut Id dayt tfaice ohVer A If.
1 C. Smith, assisted by others, found nearly eM.nro
I anogly ilowed away in the jam of the firepl 1 -e if
Mis Brockwty'a n akiasace bt Hudson.
A B-.x that WIU ?0.?Wo have teen the (iold
I SnuH' Box richly ttudded with dia.non.lt presented
by the Sultan Abdul-Medjid toSiMt rr. L Cu t
" in eriJeoct of the high nppri'iation entertained
by him ot the Bapeeting Fir. Arm? of your inven
t on." It is a rare apecimen worknianthip. and
, is said to have cost #-.',VK).
BatTWABS TitsVKi ?We hear that a new Fx
press tine is 11 bt started 0 1 the -.'Ith inet from
New Y )rk to Button, by way of New-Haven. The
< *ra will leave Ne.v tork atrpaBTter before three
ii the ntt. raooa?and retur.iim-, will leave Boston
at half pait two o/ejtah P M.
\ref A pu'. lie exhibition tf the L. BBBBiaf Pah
licSchtyd No 9, in Qeaad st. between Lanrena and
j Wooeter, will take pit la day at 4 P. If. an 1 in
tho evening at TJ ocIocS ExperioieastB on ajsee
an I with chemical and other apparatus. The pah
Bl are re?peetfully invited to att -nd
QsjOB F> 11 on j.?The Oraud LtSaBt)of HUB or?
der met in 'i larterly aestion last ni^ht. A number
of Dew members, tf tbt (? L ware admitted, and
tdaVifrt tieeted for the aaaaskag y. ar.
ITf? The French Di-ia?e'rati It -publican* of
th s 1 itv inttad to relehrate the Ani.ivertary at I I
pMeaaaaasaaaof tba Fiaaah ReaaahatBj tat the it 1
pr xim., by a Beaojaet at the Cefieaaea
Kru ItTATaV-The followitg ?sJ-s of City
p- ,p. rty ?' re made yesterda) :
'ltV ?URIKN II. MLI.LKH-AprilII
I tiiree-atiry LncS ?tore I?. Pea/: *i, Hx7i. |
? ?? 11 iifeenw:cb-?t. l-etween r*.'i*l ?nd ItaiBg Isfl
I .1 . *' RpDWirt-*! rear of the atet ix . .
i h .ueee aad lot* NE OOS aveooe C and SUtVtt? J.TJS i
Boai b o? Boat ATio.i?VVtdaaadty-?Frr< j
iv.?The Kxt'utive Committee OoTtrred a'
- *? :i :av r af aboliahi.ig tbt atu :y oi Pbo
n paph) u the Academy aftc- !?t May next
which, 8fter debate, ?ai uJopt. ii, 11 to " Abo,
that hereafter any scJ olar who i.as entered th
Free Academy and Lcixjme a non reault-Lt . . 1 ..?
city, shall forf'ti: his right to rrrusiu in the Inst '.u
tio'n Also appointing Joseph H. Palmer an aseut
ant in tl | A il. an at t'oU a yea.-. Book alas
aTreasag tfitiaals?Tbe Committee praaaati I
their ti.iM At.t.usl R. po.-t, shorting BM nun.'
pupis vbieh have been educated the last year,
Ac. Or'trtd to be priiteil.
ZT-t,?r.i 01 xjU'J atmttit The Via baayCommh
: tbt diabrii t ? aaaj r.tu^ the VTIdk, Xth. Xltk
a ! X TI Ith Wa.-:s, preataabtd a rsmtasOsiagthal
t'i ? -y bad carefully examined the School a in th. ir
distrct, the Churmat: of the Committee La i |
lei tad ->:< ds;.s to the purprjee, another of tlie
inecibert 11 dsys, a.n.i others a loss term | Bad fir
i '.),e ?? tu't of t e r examiriat;<.ii. alt ;. , ?
I ? . h tedeett ami improvementa as the- , x :
m atagatatad Thai raptat wbb amtptad and
. rd- r -1 aa Bt
St .cut. and I>i<t rrr ? Corcner Oeer latid an
Inqai ?? . eeterdaj at M i Fo .r.h at ipy. the bod-,
t Dani I Crawford, a rative of Ncw-Jeree}, Bl
? nri e: are. wr,> .-oaimttted suicide on We ll.ts
tay eveniiiw' by hangine himaelf tn hie own ?table.
N- taei .? sss-erj.- i ;,-r the ' ."trttaion of tne
t V'. - ict accordingly.
* 1 I K?f .<k Vhki rt, mt ? Otti. it Kd
I?'? i. . i ..? , : i .. .'? .t y.sieniay
' M1 OB?( bang . afSaSBBBBBJ
11 naantit;. of rule ranker ? hvla vsloed at $60 treat
- . <'?<<'<.?< (J Walk.-, r??:.li: ?? at c: Kl?
wthst, In rapreaiiitissj to ot..- the ? -?men
?r -.?:!,... k. Mr Wa kortf at he had b-on au
:f. rued to take IB '??:?.?.?.. , j ,i, M whah
: a a ss cr.s.-ed (or Mr. Walker . which reeare
sental ? ia d arged to be false. Ttv artVr will be
! u.v. s'.i-sted tins i ten ?> n.
QtUBB I. *BC>'Mii? - a man named Merhaai
I Ke ly wss _\ ester Jay taken into eu*:o?l.- and beset
4 s.. a ag a told wak a, \a ..?.I at
, 13 . tl .? props*** of Jauies N Ha 1 .1 No - Car
! tic st. The efaaaa waa eon aaittad about two
j m lotba sioca ua I the avcue.d hsft f.r Nee.IUveaa
I whei a adaiita tl - perl . H states
j.that be waa i itoxickted at the ruse ba t,>4 the
aatob A women aaaaed klarieret '? ''-*?-rr
waayesterday arreatedi ia s te <i stcat.n*; a
? ?* ? aarai in I *? 11 . ? true*
, Win H. Dem It of Nell Watts at She was hair
f. .* trial.
ACCIDBVTI?A OB*taaaa named Clark sa
thro [a . art, the w abash paaead
1 a er h.s aa ft a ..l aarsoaary bajered him. Tuesday
i aim .t ? k. as i ? waa . i ?? home to 7?
Kicbteenthat.James Ho.ist a, reai hoe; ?S
F.*?: T rent) t urto at. had his bagb- ken by being
ioverbj a carriage aara d and driven l\ air
1 ?!< iMl H- wastlk :.! the i\tv"Hoa,
.Catherine "-'taaaa. a asks hdiiiiiaaesl. feU
into the Has! Uiver, pier No. 1 she was picked
u;i a- i taken to the station hous.- fad locked ap or.
I a charge of druukennese.
Fun Accidebt.?TheCbeaaerbaaaaaaaaaaal
yoatcrday at 'Je bot ad Twenty sixth st I It upon
the body of John t'avanah, a native of Ireland, 2S
year* et age, who mate to 1 is death be a traetare
of the ek : I caused bj eWeBg etiu k by a haloes'
I cotton, which was beiac bmoted froai the ship
l*nivi ae, lying ttPkrrKe '?Nil Bad knocked
j into the 1.old ot the vessel. lb- leavesS wire and
2 ' Uli.Ire i ItVtBg in Ire.? d V ? ". . e.-o.-din,-iy
OfrssatBi Daaan Labor waa . edfarsBna?
g ft . s.- K bort llcCey, m aus;' . loa of stealing
a aold watch Join, o'linen, 'or tSaOJang law
I booka; Joaaaa Uuitnian, lor passii counterfeit
I half dollare; John Harvey, for aBssJasg a eandle
' an I K me candles . Patrick OsBSSB for ?teal
mg pork: Patrick Needle, for stealing cotton.
Uaae Prodgers,far ataaliagribhoaa..lohnDumb,
- at ai ag bnn.ns . blary Ann Th BBpa "X on ?ua
p ; m ot stealing a ^ol.l w at.-li.
(.J' l mm ? A ci rrcspoodent states tint *< .-real
has been the Inrreaied daMad for lh# art.r ? of su pbale
of quinine in tble country, aa a remedial arrc'. thai to* price
hai |aaa in five years fi M leas than iw > Bp bStOm?OMt
a half dollars p-*r ounce
The Indian Pasdjjjf ha la -.xvl h iua? on
vi . I n ? s I eee
pr '([raiim-?.
BROOKLYN ITEMS.
l'l o..i.i\.,.?The dehsktSasv ?a>a that aubacnp
tions are about t" be made through aseh Ward id
this city in aid of th.j |B0aJ and humane cause. It
,? to be I. iped it w l I I o ib i a..y nie?, so as to itiSe
ble Mr Hsj BBS, the eJbsapisB of Bailor s richte, to
carry on his woik more cneriretically until triumph
crowns his efforts. Tlu Committee appointed at
the la?t meeting in bfnalSgaa Hall wii! receive any
s ibscripftons. Ac tow ard the eaua^
BSAI KsraiK ?We aotass the fclawHmg Baafj ol
lirooklyn property at the Bn^liaSge, Wall st. yes?
terday :
If a J BLUCKBR i CO - April is.
Hoaae aad lot oo Hiebs, noor raetSe m 0*80.Siiae
|> i Co a><; ?inlng. ivs.t-l. A'**
I lot cor. tvilkiw and Amtty aba ila3ii. 7AS
i lot adjoaatag oa Willow, luro. I.oas
, ? c-or Pai* Be an*! Powera ala i :i?-li . i i I V no 1,1V
i do on rear,00 Atlantic at each t^alOS S'7'??arli.. 1,1V
1 do our >r At.utiir ?nJ Power? tu iS\ uai. fr.m tm. iJOPO
I houw ai.'l I.e. u4>o|hIiu. Kalbe.. 1,W
Mol? ail|"ini:ig, .? ifh tMltO, f?JS farli. rt,ltf>
du "ii rearoa state at ea,-h 2biirs,ftVaach.\\?>
?i * a' itobar, oecb Malte, Swe eack. i.iao
I do do tAabM. . 830
HOBOKEM 11 EMS.
CjOODBB DtATttta Ho SOU ? ?Mrs .'ohnson, re
? di Ig ifl Meadow at. Hobokeo, died very eujdealv
Wednesday morning about Bj o'l lock, by the rap
t in %>( a blood vees.d?ehe had risen In bar uaaal
health nnd was about her household duties whoa
. Bltsesed, ate! ssnba 1 in M aabaataa
JERSEY CITY ITEMS
K\<' ai.it> A dastaid'y < titrai has b' .-ii coaa
mit ted within tie paat weak by boobs perseaas
persons breaking into tho asgiae baaaa af Ar??
a ??oh Company. No. ?!. an I cutting n I destroyiag
hose to the value "f over #100.
The PaefaV Kall read aad Mr. Whltaer?
Th ? . hi in set BP for Mr Whitn-y. that he is the
Originator of lbs pasaaf a Kailroad to the Pacihc,
bsTaSg been dis[iiited, we eo;.y the lollowit/ir eS
tract from a letter addrsassd by htm t > the I'l.iludel
pkia lot/Hirer, OO occasion ol the reeent Conven?
tion in that eity Me saya I
" I lad that the rSporters af all IBS etty papere
bsee ewksaadeistond ate laalaiday at the c./nvea
lion. I said "that I inale aadaisafRsra pat.-ot
too m\ thoiuhte. Of lor what I had done lobs I ? the
s'ib e', t '? h Hatlnad b.-for- the people? Ihat I had
derotsd eight yean eitkaaliefrsilt, aad had absn
dolled a:l other pursuits - -that i had done It at my
own expense, and made m claim "" 'he liovcrn
merit or the paopis lor one BOSSe thai I had done
so w ith a view to benefit OOtOOOmtT} and the wurM,
and 1. dieviag that I had done s > wai my snllicient
reward. 'That the iseordB did show ti nt mine ia
the lirst matured plan for a railroad r. eonne.-t tho
Allaal <? wi'h the PaatwS, end that I believe myaell
to be the li'st person who tbenghl "I it our what
..'In i-s had dreamed or tl ou. ht of, I had nothing to
d i with. Mino ie a simp'e Miipoeiti'M t? paaSBSSS
a atrip of lend from Lake Mi. higan or the Maa
sissippi Hiver to the PsealsO <??", and by the tale
and aeHleiBBBl ?t my own 'isk, with my <rwr,
means n-nl efforts, in bulldinir the road and s fling
the country, make the now waste wilderness lande
produce the means to reimburse my actual outlay;
then the road ie to he a tss mad, '??' ept tolls sufl
i ou,t only for the expenees of its operstkrn and rw
pairs, to be regulated by ami under tho aaataal of
CoOgT001; CtHiuresa holding power to fire its
maaageaaaal to any oth> r potasa when 1 may fail
t. iiperat ? it as the w ants ot the j,? .;. maoal
Mi aaly r. arard would be m 'He anhan' >-<l value
wi.i h my own erlorta may pro.!uee <,n th-- land ba
yond the SBBt of the road' This ia a [.lain, simple
praaaaMaSSb, and eoata the SStSSB BaansSajr, aad run
II ts' er. da '. w ith no one who dcsi-es to ae?- tit*
work Bseaa^aobsd
Tin: WYANDOfT INDIANS
RBPOn or CottMtaalOSSB on ihr jtart i f <At
Vmittti ti otm ?eeemaaaysag tk< T>tatjf
i' 'f Sssssi mitt the Womoomtl '/'>??'?? <?! to
titnif, n/imitttn,' 'hem to th* rtgktt und immu
' nt'o > <yf Ctttz'itthtp.
Havi:,.' i ssn desagaatsd by lbs Pr s; lent to o/m
. . I SI dee i lud.- a Treat;, with the Wyandott tr. V
o- t BtaOB ot l..diar,s, and that Hut; having teraai
?lated by the signirig of said Treaty, I have the
boam her? wi'.li (0 aadasa the same, ia order UiAt
it may b; laid berore the l'reaident and 8cnote of
ih I :? ~t i' >
This Tn-aty belog the ti'et conel .! ?! ' etweeti
the L i.itcd otatea and an Indian tribe, by which
their BBlbanal eshtteiisa became estu k'uished, aaaf
ta ami itnmun.tiea of c it BSBBBtp OBBB rrnd
o th-oi, a new ami interestn ir feature in ?,ar
I lisa reUatieas id preatiatvd lor the c' itauicratifaa
ofth s'atesuisuand t .o philanthropist. Forti.nae
reasoas it waa deemed essential to present, in a
bath - 11 the several stipulations agreed upua.
a fail hiatoty, explanatory of the wUde subjc? t aa
der oijnai Icafii/fi and altlouirh it may Bpp?.-ar
lengthy, it wh> baaisvad to bs ne?-essary iu order
t. e iciiate the pe<- .inntiea of a TretCy, novel
Bad mtf rtsal in its ensrscter, whn h may per?
haps asrrs at a referei.ee hereafter, ahoeJsl
aimiiar aaahaaaisaa (??- aaW tr.'-es be pr.-Bet.tcd.
Aeaaa poaerial tribe, with a populan-m ot s-xe*
M.OOOaoula, bss boas eradualiy vanishing befoaa
Pas arwsnisaareb of ervaassatoa, until a mere mag
r . - a o aha no a ask. as the*
Bole IS?BB ?? trj.n to'.a'"exttnctk.u, to bv.oM cli

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