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NEw.v,.KK.lHI K?DAY, JULY 4 rs? l.e?erwl * ?i?iw?lMee> af Urtsswrraile V v?*l _ ?Jew.?A rr^ij ?r meeting of this Com? a?lTl he be dat b- Broadway Htaae.on Krilay ev. July 5 lijn, at 8 ?.VW? Bv order. Jmy r DELAPIELD SMITH. Chalrrr ,. . ?r, ,,.?., jse.rK%rlB? Jaco? K Ho?"sn. > ADTiRTi?r.???T?.?ForAnction? ?ee third | ?ad Ckliibrni? stearoer? see seventh. a? g?/? reisers*',?, t leaving the City daring tbe fc? BSonth?ean have ibe ?*iily TWiea? aent lo Ihem by 1? or sendtiiK'.'el' adore?? at ibe Publication office, con fprureaod^'aasnu ?is. opposite tbe City Hall. Prt cenu a mootb, payable In advance. ,-_?. 1ST To-day, the Fourth, being a N'tt al Jubilee and Holiday, we shall ?smic Evening Editions; but to-morrow iFri< we shall print our usual Afternoon i-* Oliiitting the regular Morning paper. 1st loniiK?, V? alerdny. In the Senate, Mr. Walks present? Resolution of the citizens of Wilming Delaware, against the Omnibus bill, made a speech against the bill. (?en. C^ resolution prohibiting the exercise of < authority was taken up, and <len. BOOT concluded h?8 remarks in denunciator Col. Munme and the President for their tion in regard to affairs in Ncw-Mexi The resolution was tabled temporarily, ? the Senate got into the ' Omnibus,' but tl 'slow coa/'h ' didn't progress au iuck I Bill of Tennessee made a speech in fense of the President, and rather in opp< tion to Mr. Clay's bill, but seemed undec ed as to whether he would vote for it or n The House invoked the ghost of Galpli and was enlightened and amused by speeches of Messrs. McKissock and Ki of N. Y. Tm.MiMiN of Pa. Caktter of Ot Bvrt of S. 0. and IIoisto.v of Del. Both branches adjourned over till Fridi to celebrate the "glorious Fourth.'' fgrV' 'Jin Su i. ii or GOT. Seward, whi we publish this morning at length, in in lisp tably one 11 the ablest and most conclue yet delivered in the Senate upon the Coi promif-e Bill. The compactness of its rea on?Dg, the breadth of its scope, the state manlike clearness and profundity of i views, and Ike strength and felicity of i languago alike commend it to public attc tion and renier it fully worthy the reput tion and position of its author. It will I read with approval and admiration by a liberal and thoughtful men, and will ha ri membered after the controversy which ha occasioned it has passe! away and is foi gotten. The gist of (?ov. Seward's argument i that the Compromise is unnecessary, no (?ir and equal in its terms, humiliating t. all the partie?, and if adopted, will of neces oity bo utterly ineffectual. We fully agret with him, provided that New-Mexico be pro tected agaiubt Texan invasion. The onb thing that could ever make us assent to th Bill was the danger that Texas might oth crwise absorb Ni-w Mcsiooaud plantSlaven on free Boil. To avtrt that we were willing to adopt tin- best moans that could be mai< effectual. But that danger being removed a? it already in in a great measure, by the action of New-Mexico, and as it could be wholly by a very simple aot of the Executive, the whole fahri?- of the Compromise at once vanishes into thin air not again to be heard of. But that is not yet entirely accom? plished and therefore we make a reservation on that head in assenting to and adopting the positions of this almirable speeoh. It does not go quite far enough in that partic? ular. ?For the rest, this speech arrives oppor? tunely. Ta day is the Fourth of July, the Anniversary of Freedom. Here is some, thing fit to be read on such an anniversary? a noble utterance in favor of Universal and genuine Liberty. Let it be read, pondered, its spirit Iftd its truths appropriated. Ev? ery man will find his best convictions ele? vated and strengthened thereby. Tke Pttcittr Itiiilioud ?ud the Public Da? nsai??. We are opposed to the Bounty Land bill, lately passed in the House at Washington, and now before the Senate, on every ground which can urge resistance to a great outrage on the rights of the people for the benefit of speculators and land sharks. It ia true the bill pretends to reward certain services ren? dered to this republic in a military way ; but only the greenest of citiiens can sup? pose that such will bo its actual result.? The soldiers will not get the lands allotted to them or anything like their value. The tree is ?haken in their name, but it is in Wall-st. and similar patriotic localities that the fruit will be gathered and devoured. There is, however, a consolation in seein" the thiDg done on 60 large a scale. It is like the crisis of a disease and indicates that the malady is near its end. Its very magni? tude must arrest public attention and com? pel many who would else not give a thought to the subject, to consider with some ear neatness, how tho public lands ought to be disposed of, as well as the more radical question of the original and natural ri^ht to the soil. In this way the bill over reaches the parties who are most interested in its passage and who ?ill profit most largely by its spoils. They have devised a most power? ful machine for the destruction of their own trade. There is one consideration against the bill not yet brought before our readers which is worthy of tho most serious reflection. That is it? interference with the construc? tion of a railroad to the Pacific. That en? terprise, by far the most important in its character and c-msequences yet presented for public consideration, can, we are con? vinced, only be accomplished by means of the public lands as a source of capital, pled with a jud'n-ions system for culoni the region through which it passes, this bill l#come a law, and the lands n< eary for the construction of the road wi ?t groat measure, fall into the hands of? ulators, and the execution of the woi least be poatpooed for i ling period, to gnat injury of the whole country. We have heretofore shown that this must be built upon the northern r >ut proposed by Mr. Whitney, and shall here repeat the argument on that head. upf.n the lands lying along the line from I Michigan sr>me eight hundred miles * ward, that the constructor must rely for means of carrying the road forward thro the wide tract of sterile country bey< It is also upon there lands that he must ly for the timber necessary for'the m which canrot be obtained from any ot quarter without ruinous and impraotiC? expense. But the issuing of tho imme nmotint of land-warrants contemplated this bill, must soonj hand over a great y of the?e same lands to speculators ? parties buying of them, and forever s them up from aiding in the constrwoti in tbe road. We trust, therefore, that if I hill pass the Senate, as we are sorry to is probable, it may at once be followed another setting apart the lands nqaiaite the road, so that they at least may not converted from public use to purposes private aggrandizement. The defeat of road we should regard as even a wo calamity than the monopoly of the laud qucetion, for the reason that its consequ ces would be more extensively pernicii and less easy to remedy. Some of our friends have discovered our support of Mr. Whitney's scheme (byarture from the principles of Lud 1 form. We do not so understand the m ter. No person who has carefully read t lato Report ef the Committee of th? Hou of Ibproentitives, published at leagtil 1 he Ti ibune, can accuse that scheme of lai speculation. Mr. Whitney proposes n only to confer an immenec benefit upon t! whole country and the whole world by tl OOOBtruot?on of the road, but a very gre special benefit upon the country lying alon its line. That country will, by the road, \ vastly increased in value for all the pu poses of human occupation. That inerca? will pay for the road. Beside, Mr. Whi ney's interest as builder isopposed to spect lation. In order to carry the work forwat to its completion, as well as to give value t successive sections as they are completed he mui-t dispose of the lands in small tract to actual occupai* s. Let this be provide for in the bill granting him tho right o building. Ami as soon as he has selecto? the route through which the road is to rui let all other lands be thrown open to actua tcttlerswithout any compensation ; the roa' will not thereby be delayed for a rinfli day. ..A. i?, as? Thk Passa? k or the Asia? We ?ubjoin thi It g, of the Canard steamship Asia, during her out ward trip from Huston to Liverpool: Wind. Miles. Lat. Long Jute U*. SW Jure |Sj. S\V HI 1, 3 G? I J'iii-tst. SlV l?g || ?J -,i i June l.'i;. 8W M 48 15 52 S June Hi.Variable. '?*i 4? 44 M ? Jin el'' . NNW m .'al 1)6 S'l .S Junelfi--.Variable. if? M -r,i 3? 1 J me I'll .Variable. 2H? .SI t)i 24 3 June.lit. ??-V SIS 5116 16 11 Jutr.1 |.. 8W . , Jure ?.?jjj. ' Five 1' M Battst, from Itoatoo ; I H A M paaaed II M S. (arara, ?ironic wltdiBDd furry H ?6 PM taSBar? l.l8hlHiiu?HH?,ulhni?l*ntorie bsUs : i M fit a'riv^d al Ilalifai ; 9 I'M ?ailed (rum Halifax, moderate B"d clear? IKresh l,r?rz??and rlear |?Kr??h t.r?se/e? with den?e fig j Krr?hbieez??? and cloudv ; pasted two Iceberg?. * Krwa'i brrezes and cloudy. "Light wind? and hazy tlBrns winds ai.d cloudy. ??Kr?-.n wind? and clear i ?4 AM m?d? Ibe land : 2 AH Cape Clear NE t>v N'. N, dltt?ni2 nil?-?. :, 15 PM abrraai of Tueear ; 11 *> P.M. abreast of Holy H*??! ?|| "AM arrived at Liverpool. Fruru thi? table it will In-?centhat the exact time between the two port? wa? nino ?lay?, thirteen and a half hour?. Deducting the detention at Hal? ifax, ?ix and a half hour?, we have the exa<-t run ning time, nine day? and seven hourt ! This ex? ceeds the first voyage ? f the same vessel, to Bos? ton?which wa? then the quiche?t pas?*ge ever made across the Atlantic?by twonty-one an?! a half hour? ! It will be noticed, however, that the Ali? on thi? lut trip w??f?vored with good wind? the ?I-ele time, and that her beat day? perform? ance ' U5 mile?) doe? not quite e?iual that of the Parilit- (ill? mi!??) We tee no rea?on, therefore, to doubt that the ?teamcr? of the Collin? line, un. der circumstance? equally favorable will achieve a ?imilar success. _a? Niws FROM thk NuKTH-The F.ankhn Ga. -,/,<, printed at M alone, in the North-Kast corner of our State, haa the following important iotelli. gence ?he?d of ?H its coteraporaiies ? Daniel 8. Dioainaou hu lived down detraction, andtriumi-h.-.l ?ver envy, malice and revenge - He is now the first man in the Kmpire State, and one of the tirat men in the Union. He must be sus? tained in his present position, he must be re.'-le, to 1 to Ins present place. In proportion U. the ti lelity with which he has served the Democratic cause, is the obligation of the Democracy to sustain him. This is the first and highest political interest in mir Btate and to this end must the united energies of the Democratic party be at once and continually dir*cted He must be continued in a pontion in which he ha? ?o well e?rned hi? f?me, ?o faithfully served hi? countrv, and ao eminen'.ly approved him?elf the bold and eloquent exponent of a na? tion? will.' " . Frishet i* Ohio ?We learn from ?creditable source that at Paraman, Satan County, and the vicinity, the damage by trie freshet occasioned by the heavy rains <>f tl>e Hth and l">th inst was ve-y great. Several large mill dams were carried ?way, among them the great Converse dam, which was san! in lv the strongest constructed wora of the kiad in Ohio, it being built of stone, ?nil supjwsed t<> ha se. ur. ?1 hevond all danger of damage by any fresbet. The ?lain did not give way until some five eg six had broken away above it. It is ?up posed that it will take some two month? to repair the damage to this work alone. All the Mm over tbe streams, in tho vicinity, were carried aw?y. In other parts of Oeaa_a County, we un derstand, the damage was great, but we bare no CKTo particulars to be relie?! upon. I Reveno? (O.) Waif-, 26th. E ?r.F7/i tMisi ? air Hiram tlaakeil, of Water vil e. Me. was, on Friday, brought before Justice Herrick, st the ?ut of Tieoni?- Bank, ou tbe charge of abstracting about #0 000 from a package entrus? ted to bim by the Cashier of the bank, for delivery in B ?ton. He waived an examination and was held to bau in the sum of t-.V.'uo We understand. ?ay? tbe \iote*r%l/r Mitt, he admits having taken the money and c ?verted it to hi? own use. C ,i KT or Arr?Ai_a?Albany, July 1.?No. ?54. Submitttd Wftt printed arguments irai ?osaasj N Howard, Jr counsel ....No. 9.'. Argued Win. Yining for appellant, D W right for rasp-indents ??vj"7?tf?RAPM TO THE NEW-YORK TRIIONE From W"?Mn?te?. Sp?ial ?H*g>ateAU> The TVafttaw. Wasiiis?.tuis, Wtdoesiay. July 3 The Government h?s received information throogb the Spanish Minister that p?s?enger? on ?U Americsn st- ?mors to snd from Cha?r*s wilj not be allowed to l?nd at Havana without special '"??"h'>**-? H- ?,Lt" ,lti been ?PPo'mted ' '''f Clerk in th? Fourth Auditor? o!!ke. in place of Hi, hard McCalla promoted^ ThP ( abna Aflalr-The America? (,'??*>?? I? 1 nr ?in??. Bai tim ar., Tueaday, J'J'y 2 The JA?? O/V?a? /'*><*/?h? of the 2.V.h, received t.y mail lo nicht, ha? irit.-lli..; from Havana to the -uth u!t. The Americ?n Co:nul haa de nan Id the delivery, by the Spanish authorities, of the prisoners and vessels captured n.ear the co?st of Yucatan, and met with a flat r. RsfaL The ex te ment at Havana, in consequence of this, was ? ?ry great. The American Consul was openly weat-'d iniultinely by tbe lower clanes. Pr?f?sa?r Webster's loale-alon. Boti'.a, VV- -re?da', Ji'y' The fist put m of Frofcssor Webster to the Connril for pvd n, an I row withdrawn, hi? "-?en published. In it he ?olemnly ???ert? before the ?e?rcher of all hesrt?, hi? innocence,?he ??y? that hi? wife can ?how where he w?? tt ?everal time?, when he w? ? ?id to be ?t College, ?nd that the e"idin:c-f two oft ?? ch ? t w,tne?se? for <3->vern ment can be greatly impaired. The following par airrsi-h ?l?o ? p ?r? in tho pwtfcs?; I am the vViim of cir^um?tan?-e?, or a f >ul ooo.plracy, or of Ibfl itUmpt of some individual to cause aaaptoion to fall on me, influenced perhaps by the prospect of obtaining a large reward." He 004? ROt h ????? ever imj.licate any one hi tl a M?ate?, aa wm gen eral y r? p rtcd twb? liie case ?a?t night. From Trxne, Mcvr-Mrslro, Ac. b.M : -slav. July f. I,?te datos fr DJ Tex-.s DM Uli M?i>r Neighbor"? officia! ri port of his pnWM Hpg? at Santa P?. Ha sus tha-. he wa' w-1! received bj th?) lahftbtta it?. The movement a.-ainst the organization of tho County of Santa Fe wa? t-'-.t up entirely by O iv en.mtnt otiioiala, army o?i' er, pmoidiag over t'ie ? a i:i fiivorof a new State. A large p o' tl lioverTiniontenip'o}. ?a atten !-d. He en cloetd a pr?K lamation of the i'hief Justice of New ... set i g forth the duty of th.; inhabitants to rc?;it Texai n?urpat; n of 'and and boundaries. a- .1 sdvisinii t m d<1 11 treat th j Com n ???oner? ?Ufa ol. d.ence o- reapect. ?ireatdamngo ha? been done to property from heavy rain? and overflowing of river?. The8anta I'.-troubl ?contin?. to create groat es< t liuiitthr. . ?.-liuut Texas. The lidian? in New Mexico have become very trouV.it sr :i o, a'?1 tro?? have been ordered from Fort Towson to operate against them. Tho ?teamer Fash on had arrived at New-Or. tear.? from Fort Hrook?, with live Companieiof In? fantry. m Tbe Cubnn Invii-'? re. N.I? - I i ? ? ? 'rata*/, June 23. If r. diiaud, <rre?'.ed fof lei g cone-m-?I in the Caban i,-\a?ion, it i? though'will be rt-Iea?e?I, a? testirui ny will be brought to pro.e that m-wa? ot.po*td to the expedition. I'libltr Dinner. VVaAWUMTO*, tVBBSMI lay, July 3. Orlando I'.rown, 1 .te Com i.issioner of Indian Af fairs, e-1 rtai?.- ?1 a Irrg,' t umber of friends, this even;i g, it the Natioi&l Hotel. The dinner was a nia?---, ficent a''ar, gotten up by Captain Black, the new proprietor, without regard to cost. Mr. BrOWD is highly esteemed. His retirement will create IUU-1? ..l"?1;?1 t.a.tl. S. Nlrnmer Viceroy. Basrix'T'*. v's Hal tax, Monday evening, July 1. The Vir. r i. wilbe got o! next tide. She is bilged nato 1- r enfilas, ? 111 tucfc having been driven thioug'? I er. _ lleitvy Fine lor ?must-lin?. Bai.tim.irk, Tuesday, July 2 Charles BpfloksW, m n h nt. convicted of smug? gling, was to-day sente...-it?, pay a tine of ?1,000. Dentil by Ibolerit In >>?v Orleans Ni.? llKi asaa, Sjriday. June 21. There were ?event?-en death? by Cholera in thi? city for tbe week ending y?-ster?l?y. Court ?f Apprnls. Ai la v, Wedoesdsy, JolyS. One arpurocnt only waa car?l yeaterd.-ty, ?there was nc more business ready. They made their decisions ?ni adjourned ?t ? P.M. fioally for the term. X Wl-t t'ONfiBEMN....Firsl -?..-ion. 8ENATK....Wa?hinctos, Tuesday, July 2. Mr. 8mt-i"S from the Military Committee, re? ported a bill to reimburse tl e Common Coun.'il of New-York for expenses incurred in raising and fit? ting out the tir?t regiment of New York volunteer?. Mr. Yi'tEE called up hi? resolution, tixingthe lit of Anguit for adjournment of Congress. Mr. Clay briefly reviewed the condition of the pabUc business, expressing his conviction that it was imprudent ami inexpedient in the highi-st de? gree, at the present time, even to estimate the day upon which Congress might adjourn. For ons, he hoped Congress would never think of ?djoornim; until some settlement of the agitating ?nestion? now pending, should be bad. He moved the post lonemer.t of the further consideration of the raso lution for two weeks. Mr Yn.n. advocated this reio'uti in, expressing his h?ht f, that if any disposition could be made of tl e labjecta referred to, at this session, it cou ?1 be m?de within four week?. After further debate, ? motion to postpone was ?greed to. The Omnibu? w?? taken up, ?hen Mr. Urn am resume?! his remark?. After concluding hi? obser? vation? on the history of the general ?juostion of Slavery and Slavery agitation, he proceeded to consider the bill under discussi >n. arguing its objec? tions, conteti'iit'g for ? ?eparat?- onsideratiou of Calitornia* claim to admission, and d?fendit.?? and supporting tbe policy recommen fed by the Presi dent. iGov. 8kwari>, having obtained the floor, Riada a masterly speech against tbe Omnibus bill. The Speech will be found in full in another part of this psper ] U0L'8E OP REPRESENTATIVES. The House re.umed the consideration of tbe re? port of the lialpbin Committee. air. Hbi. k concluded bi. remark, in favor of tbe payment of the principal ao.i intere.t of the claim. air. SCaUBCK said it was nothing as to wb.-ther the amount paid was much or little? whether just or tot. He expressed the opinion tnat while it does not sppear that the cot.duct of the 8eTetary ot War was fraudulent or corrupt, yet the H .use should not approve ot the Secretary being; engaged in the prosecution of a claim, and he at thie ?ini? holding i t?.e as head of ihe executive department This opiLion he presented in the form of a reso? lution Mr STtniiits of Ga. defended Mr. Crawford. He arpued that the payment of the principal and ?t ?as just, ?n.i ihat the Uoreruinent was kaassj to discharge the debt. ilr t*RAf saeToa uxik tbe opposite sue of the questkn. Mr. Dismt addreeaed tbe Houae againat tbe claim. lar. S< hi h. k withdrew his reae'ntion, an! of? fered in lieu ot the resolution of the Committee th? fo lowitp: /..-.o i Ti I i 'JM, a 1er a "an ln*e*d?*tl ra . f : r i.-.- ?r. rjo*. [,t ? .?.; asBskl l" ?mou* i. the Seere tal) o' W?i?ti rooi.pi. onnurl or tr.uiu e.t p.aetve l? prteecuitBfc lha allowance ?ad pajmaal of ttoctaiss ?fOsS repreerntattre? of (irurg* Oalpblo ? yet H d >?* dl?.ap, hi? retac?n lo thai claim In ih>?, that he conn., tad to a. leretied In tie pro.vruUoa.if It whl.a It ww I tf,?dju?ted and paid bv ore of ih- d.partmem? ,,f it,, ( emrrent, he himself at th* asna. ton. holJ.Dg jM\c>- a* bead of re?of ttoMdeparurenta Mr. Thompson o! Mm prop **sd ?n amen.Im by inserting, a'ter the w; ni ?? approve, fie fol ?fj " Bui decidedly dunf'ove? of and dissent* Nom op' given by tbe Attorney Oaajataj In favor of an a ????.:< Interest on ?aid claim, and foe SB* ac to? of of ito Trea?nry In p*vm?nt ?f ihe ?ait*. ?n1 it d .?? sSMava of th? relation of the said BwtTSSSfy of Trea to that daim In Ihl? " Ac Mr. Hi hi said, as Chairman of the Comui' lie would en.ieai.ur to have the vote on the peu. propositions to morrow. Tue House tlioQ adj. *> SENATE... Was?S I ? Wednesday, July Mr. Waies presented resolutions adopted t meeting of citixena of Wilmington, Delaw against the <?rnnibus bill. In the ourse of a remarka acaii.st the bill, he said he was I satisfied that separate legislation -ipon the lahj tmb a cd ii the Uli, was the best ourse, and s wojld bet eci u.-se finally adopted, thus i otic injr that hia own vote would be against the mess Mr. Ci.at said he had received a letter fro .?bed citixen of Delaware, stating that Resolutions were adopted only by a very a majority. He eamaaead hia tirm ooa tl.e <iii/ens of Delaware, as wed a? of the wl a khl be found almost unanimous in I? of the hill. Kr. WALES I at the Senator from K tu, a* had undertaken upon I unr'e letter,<o >i so diaareal a statt m.nt oi the character and vit ? at tl wsj in ',. ato h. ?o different fresa t i . aa stated, ami from st Hints he had hinitelt re cairas), and : and intelligent sources, and had pr?sentai to Senate. He then proceeded to .t?te .orne fa to .how that De'aware was nut so unanim in favor of the Compromise. Among other f?:ti stated that the petition circulated in Kesst Coa in 'av. r of mettit.** r? OOtntaeaaiilia, I In C mi; n.ise failed to receive a ?ingle siarnatu'e. He a remarked in course of suhse.pient .1. thoi.LIi the Delaware Legislature bad not pa. tl ? \V i asot I'roviso reaoiutioi.a in terms, they I lai.til resolutior? agairst the aciuisitMii of t.> tory, anlese Fr? a territory. Alter the (onai.lt ration of the morning busiii. the reaoletioo prohibiting the exercise of c authority by miht?r> offlcereof the l rited Stat .. puMsi.mcL'. for auch crimes, a tab? a up Mi. HoCI ros *? su,tied ful .????'?lu led nu reniai in .1. Ban ?an. i. ni llaaroe'a action in New-afexi charting it es th. a.:t of the i'rtaiduit, and cha ia*j the Kxecutive with Baiag n ttaaetd ami eooti ted by prejadioa agaJnot tl <--xas, whi bad betrayed itself is bit sTtbitaryss woi. a? i Execatrreearaar. Baria Ibiaretnai lbe r.s'lu'.ion eyas temp rarily ?aid on the ub Tbe I Inuiibaa bil. was c.'niu taken up. Ifi Bill addrasaad the Senate, [a i>t bis remark? he ?aid, th?: while he had aide 1 t fnei d. of the bul i:, either rota whieh wa. con. > saary to it. ?upport. he mitt .ay that the bill wa. reported to tbe Senate, or m toa sha in which it now was, he was qatte iodi l'erent o . i e i ould nut see that the bill S m \ ti it g? I ow eo tld be be to r ly arl .ot li.li i ce ?imply opOB the oft end earneatly repe - i o a oi ii.. ae wl o Boob k a<! in ?upport the bill that it would give peace to the i st iired to I.im to he a mere expedient of a day libation; althoagh ho must say that I titate long befoiri be decided to reject tl prtlliat.ve. Tbe Maator frota Kaataehj bad tal the l'rctidei.t to taak for i it having modified I viave aspeaeeed m tbe 24th of Jaaasary laatso to take in the rep. rt of tbe Committee. He Bl a Id oah ia> that il h.- .1. Mit .1 to make an i.s vi ?th tl a l'r. Bldent, be certainly would not arrai I m |..r not agrax Lag to ? ? .piescionable a no-atu ns ti is. He expiessed hi* regret that be had e?1 in the aeaaion ? reeeatad a series of res dations c i hiiiii i? several mentores, as that act would emhi rass him scnie'vv hat in the course which he ruig fiel it I is dut) t.. pursue upon the present hill. Mr. Cl. t in tbeooavae m sota i loi ariooetory r maika said it waa in the aaoaxtb lof averj oi Co*js)reaa, tl at il ri.o PreeMeat had ?tthor con lilt in favor of the bail or romaine.I Baleal Upoa it, vt oui.i have pasted both house, of Congre..* I: v?. 11 kn< v.- tbe infl u a. a wl ? latir? known view? had . b* bad icanl of the IV. s lent raihi.i' the in l ?n tisrtnaof ridieala " the Omaibaa Bad il en it v?as thai tie !? It .aired UjHiti to vtatj rate the taeaaare ?tainst a thousand 1'resideut A ?'i laaae ii the genariee.) Mr Ihl i. unpared it the President was to hav no oahaiooe boeaaee th?) woul.i he mil lential. Di ibaSeaatorn thaow mu i.i respect to control ov? th. erilla andaentimentaoi rnci. hewaa ii..u*elf deal ot Mr. JirrsRsoa Dar?a deeirtjd to deay for hin si ?I tliHt he should ba*e gone for the bill e\ the ii.fl'i. i .? ? i the Preetdent Ttteoa with ara i he acted againat this mea*ure were under no MC contri,' I.. ' d i ot believe that any au. h elle t v y.xi catira inflaanoe had beeuexer.:i*ed or existai Mr Un i ?lier .orne further remark, ga^o * o a notion to pi .'i one the further considertti ? I the ?nijet until Friday next, whieh wa.age. to. The SJenate thti. is^oarBad to Friday. HOl'SE OK Rr.l'RESENTATlVE.S. Mr. Muhsf. ro.e to make a prit ilagad motion, an while the House wa? in a eood humor he wante< to take the aenseof the BoejSa before talking abju ?alphina, California, or Africans. To-morrow wi be the 4th of July, and he desired to celebrate i by being free from angry political discus.ionu every kind. He therefore moved that when tin Hou.e adjourn to-day it be till Saturday morning He luped the House would do this with a unani mous ays. Mr Joints moved to atrike out ?Saturday and in seat 1'iidsy. Mr.PiTNAM moved an amendment to it inasmucl at tomorrow is the day of National Independent let every ni?o> throughout the Uuioii ba free. The .fuestn ii was taken on Mr. Jone?'. a*nend ment and decidtd in the afliruiative?Yeas t?7 Naja till. ?be Yeas and Nays were taken on agreeing tc the rt solution as amended and decided in the adir n.ative?'i BO ~ Mr. Hot ? ? a asked leave to submit a resolution tliat the Committee on Foreign Affairs be instruct ed to u..|uire into and report aa to the expedieii'-y of placing at the di.po.al of the I'resident auch Na aal force? a. may be necear;, to enforce our just : claims ?gau.?t Hayti. Mr. JOSBS objected. Tin conai.lerution ot the report of the Select Com miteeou the Galphin claim was resumed. ? Mr. Mi K isatM k delivered an argument in favor of tbe pajnit nt of the principal ana interest. Mr TMoMrso!? of M;?i BtaetJ?od the a uendmenf w bai h ho ot?ered yt atarday, to as t > exprest total .:i??et.t frota the opinion i t Hie I'reaident?that be ing at the head ot the War Department and A.'enf of il.e claimants, ahoj.t not deprive C'?.*ord ol tbe right? he may have bad?Jo ?tl tied him in hav? ing tie examination and decision of trie claim by the Seen lary ol the Treaaury suspended. Hr.?cuaaca alt. ni ..ntit-? i.it o*n amendment' Mr. CaBTTI Ktt.ou^tit that the mourner? over Ga! phiu wou d have a nveyed hi? remain? to the tomb Without ?inging requiem? over it. But the Wr.ig I ait> have come to the conclusion to make a vareas ol necetait), ai.d have again brought up the aub j.ct it haa been demon.trebly thown to the con acentious ol this body it at the verdict haa b?enren oarcd by th? people and tixed in their h.-ada, that there was corruption in this matter. There wat aomtthing so monstrous in it, ao revolting to the on tat. to! I mi i'n honuaty, that no mau can re view it without being aboeked. The tim- it trie Houae cannot be better .pent th?n by ferr. it* ini juilits snd drawing tighter the curds of re ?traint. At the first of tne at.non he taid he wai ?UilOfto allow M per aastt hutthia dots not come within the fule of S3 per cent, for pr. flgacy. A |lt&,tOe wa? ?riven to Crawford be? cause Uiree ft urths ot a century ago Galphio ?u a patriot, rod Crawford takes sraSS the 'epre. >nta rirraS one half o. their patrimony. Galphiu beiug an Indian trader, hi? buan.e.a wa. to .:ep over the ftinatir* liae ?'id ??'! the Indian* c?ke? and whi?ky. He waa a whiek) patriot Mr Bi'RT aa*ure.i Mr Cartter that he totally n.iteuncrtved the character of Gtlohin. Gal^h.n waa a t*outh < arolmian, and Mime of hia descend? ant? are C.roimian?. M< re honorable or purer bkajd never flowed in veina Trere are no just so! in putatRin <i the patriotiam or private virtue of Gaii Inn. He died in ir su, and be had .leptinhia grave f..r more tnan ten year? before application wa. made for tbe m iney. Mr ChBTTSa .aid be bad do doubt the blood waa aa hoi.orat.ie ?a that in anvbo.lv s body, but Dot UMi e ao i u.ood gtaerally cuxalatea Uiryu,b tne ax ten? s alike in all. The talk of h??-h, n?.M ? aaal all that ?ort of staff had o? effect on Ma Oa pi in m in ht have bf?*n a Patriot bit bo gave to tie wor! .1 doubtful evi-leoce of it, it ?sra? a fit ??hnr. thetax payers cuihttn know that 'h-* C ? ? ""?. u', b?to this House at a late period ?.fth-ses ' -? ?s, ?bentbe uiods ofmemSirs srere uerV*I, in,m if' '"'-'???ted with men like tb-we ?no ki'l.,1 Cari?t, aid ao far a? he knew it hai i-e.npr. ?,..ut,,| i-.,? that day t?> ?hieb? the ?ame kind of men Crawford was the least repr-h-n.i ???!e!. a11" ^,,"t ? t,e ? *? ?f 'r lh* ra'-?Jv ?ad ?????? pUl ,S iM0 hii P"*^*- Men w^ValMl ".?, ?.at>,tnfM'1 ,?,*e>' ?y?"?n,ns',.i ii.? instsxoe. of monomania in t?a lar?s: Paoi were lead on by the temptation ?f (u ? this constituted lh?ir only po-ir mfi.. Crawford hsd pondered over this *:?>.;, um f,r many a year; he had estimated what h? CoaM buy witu i-, haw nu h political Bs>sre* it ct uld pr? euro , it bcoan.e t. him a golden <? i that winch Aaron male fir ad the land. Crawfwd is entitkd to the huhest apolosy f* he had the ation before him. If Crawford ?g a.a ? t man. he ha? an opportunity of shiwr pajing back the money. Whatever rs may pa?s, the public mind will rouler but one ver? dict, and that is tnat Crawtord is guilty. Mr Hocwokc?araoto I - a? extra ordinsry for the member from Ohi?>, wh I C M the laat and the present Coneres?, the Cabinet, and all who vu ?Leite ar.l justify payaient of lis? clt'us. He ?aseor.ieiittl.?tt'?rttersri.'ii I have all the b?i ataooa. It did not ace*.- . any sentiment which he ?1 ,?..,-. .?..icrtauie ! . f p? rsoi.?l hon r or ?atagrity.to Miza hold oft lia sub ? -1 snd turn it to the purposes of party. An 1 the n.ember goes further. After bavin* dea the Secretary of Wsr as a corrupt aid dis'ionora ble man, ho finde him least guilty of all, on lie ground that he had money to make by the transa tion. I hope that it :s not a fellow-feeling wh ch ?lakes him Won.lrous kind. I suppose the hoiwa Mb men.her is not so conscientioo? but that he think? that he hirnielf could be ?nfluenred thai by such contid? ration? He would ask what Cartier had I Mr Cartier knew that there was no tostiti.d,;. r.ros.air.st them, ?ml could not be? there was n?> foundation for the charge that even ? majority of the exitting Cabinet kn.*w any'.'; the claim until it became publi?;. It was not his purpose to vindicate those gentlemen, but it was Fs . i inion that a majorit) of the H?>u.?e, without distinct ?in of party, beieve that there is not in the circumstances of this case anything to wur/.i chirr? ol tnrraptioti tWraad saratnst any "ember of he Cabin?t. He wa? OM ol thoM I in 1848 to pay thtt elaiav Ho would gi farthor, and ?sy that it" he was now caled i a to vole : bill ie would do so. He then justified tha psy meat of the claim, principal and interest. laoon clusion he vindicated iJ.-n. Crawford, and ?aid t iat tlore wa? not the ?lightest ba?lge of I \ abuse attached to anj ' i i Cab ?et. Mr. Kim. (Whig)ofN J.oor?m?oo??a a apa*ch in vindication of tlie claim, and yielded to a motim to adjourn, which provaiied. ??,-1^^.-? Brig.Gea, Churchill, InapaotOf General of tie rj.B ?arras/, leaves our city, (arhero he has i been atasir.g a lew day? with a fritad,} this after. be Msoaiiiac. He is on Ins annual nune'tion I? ur. and h?s to ?.ravel annual!, abjut 10,000 miles. den Churcbiilhaa been 38 years in the service, \ and las .served ?is country ably and faithfully. These who read tl e M xh-au campa ??us, will ru membert'.iati?en Churchilltrai s .satthe ever nicuiorab!? battle of Boeoa Vista. [MUwankM " ' kalt : et tiie very be?t paper? in the State of Mam?', hts r. cent . and improved in it? ten? r?l typogr iphical ?ppatrane?. Tl nomber of thi? j umal v. *? issued oa Iha i st ?>f Ju It, 1633, ???< i ?go, ona sh? et a . utoue third ot the i prcaent on?, S ? the Whig, and it? worthy BditOT, Mr. J..n> B. SATWAhll. j Km? ATMs Aatoao Tal CaiEOEixa.?W?lad in tl.< I ?>' a call f.oiu the directors ? f the Tahlequahpublic ??boolfac a eoavmdoa ?f tl..- teachers, parent?, and nil oilier friend? of edu cation la the Clieokee Nattoa, at Tahluq-iah, or ?OB*? Othf ? onveii. nt o:ace. to take into s msider ?tioii tlie belt means of |.-r..>i?i ttia ; t e g .-at and , noble cause of cilu.-ati.n?, and of elevating the I stsmlsrii <>f oooan pa s -h.iols in the Nation. |y The Mexican Yu-e Consul in Philadelphia I ?tat s. suthontativelv tl ai the n-|Mirt recently [.ul> I'll,? ?I in this country, i I s rcvn'iin.m iitvun.- taken placa 'n Mi ?ico, a ,d of the laadiag of Ueneral Hai.ta Anaa, is without foumlati n. ?il.K-.ti? !.?.> MI.Ui fc->. iy I.. i? kaa Maesas? Is i? in.ral placeo' ???it for fil? glorious ..., ?,i .o, aai i lUstbtllof aiiraci,. os y?-t Draotatte aad * lormaacseaearry ?vary bear. Dsaeln?;, .m^inif, s?r of a!, sy aad e?ealo(. h is the i.eai piace w wrtuiessall lile (?-?tivlttes of lie daV. . 8CMMER Kashiod Hats la iHria Vabiktv.?Klegan d i ab Leaver? al ?d, iJ ?'ai;d $1, unsurpassed l?y any for ! Iieauiy. durability or cheapoess, at ihe one-price store, IU Ctosi-sl. The niotl ?llltirult bead? ti.ted by a Part? eon. forrneteor. (Je28 7f| J. Vf. KELLUOO. tST Thi? tjorlou? day will bedevilled 10 true enjoyment ! All ^uod citizen? will be on the ?yui <?"* to celebrate the an" Dlver?ary of ?ur Independence lu a rational and becounrnj ii aaaar. In no part uf ihe world do. sauiti a lovely ?pot a? ' Cssi.'e (Jarcien eilst here all can combloe fun, frolic aad ht-aiih. DurlOK 'be KuurUi, Mmli- ail day, Concert and Caajan rarilumlme ?l oinht, the ?nest Kirework? In the world scd a happy Fam Iy Ball, where all can enjoy them ?elve? freely, and not be ?uhject to any arUtocratle hum bug. bul all meet on ao S8SJal footlDir. (ihe merry dance,, BBeaaaat the great day soberly, discree?y sod wllhlrue ?c joy menu a? ff Those new snd beautiful patent Tapestry three-ply ; Carpet?, at 9? I'd per yard, are all the rage. Positively they csncot be ft und at any olber warehoute le tht? country but ?l ihe crlebraied cheapest Carpel Katabllthment In the t'Ltied Btsles, 99 Bowriy? Hibam Anosbson's. Tbose4s snd 5s rr^iiih Ingrain Carpets, and J? and 4s flour OU Clolbs, ?ell very fast now They ?re very cheap. W The Punaaa HanoaUi, Oallibv.Z'?i Broadway. Htisnger? sxd others will God dwell worth an examination, ?I It laoterf the most Interesting places in ihe city. It wli' be opea lo day, as u>usl. fur lb.? reception of visitor?. -* Bcliev or Bboau-a-av ?Tin? .ook inouteJ queaUon I? at ? laat ?eitkd The blub priced ?torea uf Broadway are betas; ' relieved of their customer? by ?. A. Baouns, who, al hi? Emporium, Mo. IM r altun ?l ?el!? Ihem belter, as fashion. al-le and rAatSSJaW Boot?, S h es, Cia.ter?, ht, than ihey have been 'n tbe habit of buy Id?;. Mr B s asaortmsni of ladies, genis aid children'? boots aad ?b k-? I?, wtitijut doubt, tbe Diostexlenitve Id ibis city, hi? price? the most reasonable 8CHENCK'8 ITI.MONIC SYRt P. (7* Ltvrr Complainl, or Chronic Influnmallon of the Usssk Thi? organ occupies a ?pace la the rigbi side, and wbrn di?ea?ed 1? attended ?ith a dull, heavy palo, par? ticularly upon pressure or by ly.af on ibe left tide. There I? usually a short dry cough, with more or lest dirfirn ly of t.realblrg. Generali* Ihere Is ao mcreace of fever toward Ibe eveemr. with burning In .be palms of the hand? ?od soles of ibe feel, and nlgbt ?west?. A yellow firred u>n> i.e, w?nt of appetite, nausea, vuiutiios; with great dis? order of tbe ?n mach and bowel?, fie,iuectly aecompany the durase. Ai times this is bowel conplalnt, but more fre?)ieolly owing to ihe wast of nsaiihy bile, there l< ?.biilaaus cus?. iveness. the suwl? are ba-d, dry, and of a clay color, passed w.ih great palo and dlrbculiy. Tbe ?kin and white of the ejr? generally become more or let? yellow. General eu ?<? ?lion rapidly follow? '.a the train of l?e abo/a de? scribed symptoms. As acure for ibis disease, Sen?Men's PuUnonlc Syrup i? without an ???iial. It Is made entirely free from those |otararrs? and powerful agents which d? range the ?js'.em and destroy the coosUtuilon. It contain? neither mercury nor iiiiiin, which always dttlurb the system and coislipala ibe bowe.?. Tbe Puimoolc Is made entirely from toe mjat va.ual.le vegetable?, thai act jpon the lungs, liver, ?lomaca Bid blood. In Liver Complaint It produces a healthy action of the . r/*r.? r j breallDg up the .jurbld chain of diseased acton, which has long existed. It subdues the lc.'lammaiion by woiklag off tte corrupt humor? which outlruct ue func ' ne Liver. The pain la the aid?, evening fever?, Bight ?weals, yellow ?klo,lo*eiher wliii all the uabea?Uiy ?ympu.ms, toon d I ?appear. The bt:e, becoming beellby, lnci?????lbe fu?e luo? uf dlgealtoo, which I? ?<wu discov? ered by the stools-from hard and dry, they now become o?, tarai, sometime? mixed wi.h mueu??a<i ?1 me, which pa' uet t? have stated ih?y have mlataken alfirit for dlarrhae or bowel complaint, but, by per?everiag la Ils use. Bava found, to ibelr tauafactlon, I *? only U>e effect of Hie By nip working off the dtsea*? ; Indeed, when tbete effxu are seen, pal?enla BBSJ al-vays an?clpau a favorable resuit, aad be eoe<.ar?ged to persevere, as many are daily doing, unUl tbey are perfrcUy enrsal Bold to Mew-?ork by C V CLICKENKR k. CO. II Barclay-?!. frtee f I per botUa, or six boulas fur $5 BTTsixTiTsa atrrrroEa. AxctMJrrs?All paraoaa >r* ear?** aa.^ Dr. TlBI?>? celeoratev* > ?causa ? '-'-m*" r?, cui*. bruUe?, ?wel'irgi, Vr wairTi, ","* the he*! rrmtdy or the mot?; ta r?VVer\ F?.. Der??. 1 Murray ace .? tsa*.*A**a?Ma>*r, Aa* drugglM? *?e gmc?a Pelota ?n* An eaaaa XT Oor ??aortnMWl of irai oar.lty rwady-ajnAa comprise* vartotta new aty'ea, 6u?u*?, .^ JL^?*" froria Sacks, Oie?tad Froc? c >?u, (^ q *"*?' Paolalooc?, \ eau. Ae. *tl?ee, \VM T. JENNINGS. 2! Brokflw,, ?a?TIsti_^?^^^.f-^?saatata Cooaw f*/* AdveriWmefii? f >r tbe News aaers ta u.? r ???MctV B. rAi.M.al. lbea*rrad|-a? AganrlaBk . * - ,\ r- culaied j.?urti?.? .f ot ta* ??????ea^t. ?can 1? de?1red ?red.l v rw.-?:T?,l ,7i?l a*1 iiiti!..r:/ed u> tin? contracta aa4 ai. ivam* d hy ht? p'tnci^? ? ?? fkxntLW A ?aa??2 'HaJjta?eU rwrui'oii 1 r?.l ., .Z. ej. fleiaaui .r? r**jar4?d ny di* i>"nc:y? m ?? ^?ymrc . Wtrtou? ?t.i-m. iber?fnr?, r?? t?> ?I pv^ 3t !&<we?2 s ? '?? ?f l??a Ofoori'iaiiy ?.ta*'' AeaarvaaTorS* f r achoca ??? ?p? ? ? ' ad?pi-1 to <h?> rr.p-r ;ve ptirwilt. of a?verrtasva ** To e>n .-, and pjb'lr '?MlaiVia. ?????_ lv, ?a well a* merchant?. marnfY-ta'era. kr tka*a -T* rr?k-rt..r?,rfy ?..??d convenient ineoiua ft? ???2 t'ait?? ?nd ?iii.?-,iMr?. ?" aysra lil?lNKKAL M ?TICKS. w>tT?.ey?toe U. W,rr.n-?l vV.rt.- .. ?.>w*vBt .*?? way toC'aru?w??t L.tmb? ? t ? ,..,. ...*" - to tr.? ea.l ?ate ?r the P.r? a* u? 4 ? .1?. ^V"** New-York Slate Ml'lrta By order of " ?lTUo? O.e. W M*TM.,C^^f%ouc*ODH?U^ "** New-York, July 3 . * sa atj r?** T* Trnrlea'iaocrv tlf?, ? ,i ? aSatoXwMI et tiorkli guien ih?l are urgai-ued f.r Um ?.?-l* g ?age*,dtfer>diiu??ie. ?? ? ,re H *er?*7L? ?" " L' ' '* ?' Ig? mer? h. v Pruvaat.MitaetthofJ . A L '- ' roteofr?rtolag ? T'?.' ?? AI. ??. ?1, * B*a) Concern ? '- re?j ee f.,,,v inv. ?,i iu ?en.? uc? ? ? : I Titan ii ?II i inlrd hv ihr Cpe. ,:.v,. ...y to -??2 ?sane Into etfect a. ? ata aa rxiaell.'e. ... ? "-rtAN. M ?uANNKiAN, Pr*?*-. 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W.a^^n, ? - , lit A B h l? S?t 1?, IOS K ahuaat. |aa> ion, tifcik ii Cd ? ' B .?.|v.,v S*w.\voX rjsr *??* seas? *..n??,,< ,\. <k?. ?*> (M ?a?? WAi\J>. w A>11 U AI 1.1 iNiihU II bMein.'Ot, or .It*.? ' '.a?, unios ii - " a - ''id.? ?ut. e:i ?i ihe tr?d? ihre* years, and ti a viwng m to rf w.u. i ? innen bkiuf?. Luv lain ?a??* g.rm w?(.|go Detent to pay'board, ?nd WMh'n* (tllr1 \\ ' 'I ? l> .il Nuntiii, tbaw-nient) ,i ? 'ftire. a illuata* u ?alriMi 1 ? ? '?? ''.' ?i .- gllihaaaaof -it rlMrviw St J.4 If \\ >>ir.i ? A ?i . .i.o.i i.? a ttagto man i* asaasaaaji ?' if? farta Dot Bal f..m IM city, r?p*:> etnd ?i^ri. rrc?d In growing ?ne taking rare of itot-a ?nl gro?j| gram and v*geiab.e? Porfartnar e firm.lrn addrMtn n vi B I. DOW NINO Puagvika?p*la, MX IJTTwa? t* aM'Hi-loi i- t? ?tur?, ap . utsaat ? ? t??ir?,. ^i r? im kail ?.i * n nr.n, whu c?u )>-ing i?* ' isl. a? to >'ba'*n?r, nee. ?gjv, A pi? ?? red. W s. DKa.'k'.sr, J, I II' *^x2llVMltl? Ua> It U- By a young fast ? ? exiei<*lv*acuu?iot?nee, ii.viu. ?.?p.m offi, ?a, ?r Interval In toil? wel; ?.?labilabdd ,in?.??j< ut*t .?.?n?o ??.J..- Arf.O^.? Y O k..? .Vl? ftMMMI? A.\ rilti ?irletlv roiitidr-ntial j)l n.r \%' AM'r.|J-A ?tui?u..n ?? Cook or hauMlra* aj? " et>t?p*arl |i.r?on araoean *i"- *?? ?' ?\ r frrra?. Apply at,') 8 P. urib *v. hrt*?o Twe.fia ?nd Tl>lrt?wA *? t an l.r. ?> rn f >r two day*. J>lir WA^TtU- ?u??iany, ac traur aoara*) w u ? ?? it n nl. i- d with grii<-ral ha.ii et? iif ? ;.? dre?*. v?llh rfVrrnrr? boa 5"'j P O. I ; Sa? h,<?i?ih> Wa.vi eh- w?bu-d ?raaa'g??* uihbin. ' ? ii.e. i*o ?it Ihr-? ?. e.iue.., w*i, .r ^ Wl b lh- liu?'n.|?. Tbev ni'i? l.tlu^tirte trsdefnai ?-?. I tey, Naw-Yoikor Connecticut. Address s ? ? Tribu?? i Jv? 1* Att/al?h liPPiiHIl MM in IN A PKOflTah, K BL'dlNK"* - >A WTtJ-Atr ?naog tbea lodtopos? of a fery neat, erntm?i<u! mi v*t ?I. or i lit- In d ft^'ent raris t f the rouriry. Tti < >-? far su] ertor an >h" nrd'nsry plain? In use and It afirfiel at . vm'i lew p'l'-e. and wher. ver r b.?'i-rnlotr'??cWwlU r.pio?y ArMve i erten? n,ake Sl? to S-i'i per wart If ther p?rllc'J a-a an be obtain? ? 'v ?D l,tng pert. naif. ? by taoer, rt,i.fald,to N H. 8TIUKNEV, IM Wsw/a _ IUtaT?On fu??davavasrlig J.' ? arwp?naftas?*? i .if extent tn?. ?uniiinna. and or. er, of ?rrast, ?*????? ll.e hour? ol 7 did !l ..'.'.ock. wtillr rid . g l Olli Pf ? - ilu.iugh Etgblb-evtnua to lludioo n.H, riog-?l twi IrtSl ?ay. W Bl-erker?! flowery ?nd 8--rond?t. Id???*?' wlllpteaae return the ?>< ,i? to SI ?V r nd ?t nrj Ct? llsuL ?nd wi.l rrrelva S-i rew.rd f..r ihrlr Iratki* TU paper? ?:?? ? f no u?alo anyone but ih-nwner JytSf ?A II.CHA"K, D-t>uy8?i*rf ?nr?tltrr U,ui.i ?tin, lid fiif. liOAKIIIl\.t. BOAUDIN Wll.l.l*MiaBUH?ll.-Tw*ofe??s ?ingle gmi.euieu c?n be accoamudato? wiaaav?. also, a gent'enitii and wi? can be ? X .nun id?i?a ??*? anfurntab*d r.M.ro, onibe corner of Buuio-Tnir? asina? aL Willlarn*l.urgb. J iV C'OiVlf/oKTAIII.e KIMUU. -A f?ibUyw????J 'of a ? do? lady and h-r ?mi r.avlnv m .r? rwsi'VJ th-y requite, <-nuid *cc ?maioda'e a g-ntieiiiantsf Bs?** ?nd . ne or two ? ii?le geiUom>n. Tl? locaBSt S tair Ablngdon-?i,u?re ana ve.y p -aaant, Tnotn WB?*s??0", town wouio lie preferred. Referet.ee? ex -aiagrd A1^'**? Box I T75 Pi.M irf.cn. )?****. Iff K?t utA?i h?ifim,, Aa?*t*i*n*m*u ? lU P-'i'_ SUMMER .AKTii.vVr*. THEMTON FAl LS NE4H UTIO*. M T ItHI PROPRIET(?K of the Motel M** K?l? n1 ' the pub.lc ibat beba* greatly enlarged ni? a.a?* ?? Ihe last ?ea*on. more than doubling hi? to"??' ?'??tu"f3 Hon*, deluding inbU loiprovetueni? a newaol ?P*aw? dining room. , - - - ^ He l* now prepared for the reeepib>n of ?**Z? farntlle* wtahing to make arrangemeni* ny IMJ????? m.Hiihcan !?? turnUned wllh aune? of r ?????J4^M,?g well ventilated. ?* J"__T1* There I? row a plank road from tuca, ??d P*?*"^ Ing New York to 'he evening boat can am?* ?<???? l,-f.,r-; P M . fib-r,..*ld?y .-.7lw??kX"_ ~jg/r~y?roUitr Summur Hmlr?iU. .?r Il.l 1'i.j.. ^^ F1KE WUllKS. FIREWORKS FOR THE FOUSTl. AI.ABOE AM? ?PLEMJlU ??? .riin-t.t of rir**?* of everv datcrlpik n, CoUipil?<ng H."Ck?l?, ?aa? Candle*, Wheel?, Pire Cr*c?er?, Ar, mu, U ?X?'" eoUccuon of beauiltul Tov* for cMldren FifW?/ JOHN HAB.T a CO tit Br.?d**f. , Jj3 2tla< ( ned.ior abuvalt*??*^ Wheels, ?erpent?, graaahop'pera, |eng?U .tat*J*^ eraeker*. Sax.*? pigeon?, Chln-?e f.,er?, 1 ?>?>* f- 0 he ol ail the duTeraol ?li-a, *ud lb the great*? ?*""'?#> allfre?h n??riiif?ciured, aid warrnnlud e<io?l. If Bt"w or, to any other ftre work? In maraet rjtli Tne atieit'on of country ?aechanta, daaJarap?"^ ptaasare. and of faniill?* wtahln? (?all *****,._|(sit ehiidren, ?re particularly re<|ijM.u*d to call, to **2z ly feel able ni s?il?f\ all, evt.-r In ?josltit or Vfl^?P N. S -Colored \, I and i p.w.d r e-a*U. **? "? ?01 slxed Rom?n rand le?, for ?ale by . 0AS8NER k YOI'NO, i:? CWtje? |*7 UyAta revtrv oor.<-?ie Hadon*'j^^ F'lHtWtlhK?* or superior ?ualiiy. U "Z2?m** ?t .....II price* AMoEd.e? Hi . '-'f TWM Rocket? at niai.u(acnin.r? p-ce? g.ir ??" "T m-w-f je|L.7i?e<tr J W h<H.Br.PT'?> ISH^^Z fW#- y?r oat? y?, w,??, M ? |r? P'*< ^^y? nlHHIl I TION -Tae< 'ito** I. lag Wtae.n it? ? bec.-ena under '"".iit' fi'm of Lit?CH a utvr.rr .1 K M*"*u??m** di?*olv?d l y mutual eon?-' l Th? ?a - - , lhecoorernwilhe*eu:edhvJ*S LYHCH^*?? auihorl/ed lo use the n*o.e of ihe inn I- ^",^H ? JA8 t> J!#ft. New-Yoih, Jona 12, la?._ ?>** u* A CARD-The *tjr*cr1?'er take* l?-i* n^^?**** tur i U g h.? .Inc-.e thank? to hi? borne'?!. l'*?^?%r^ ..-r.fr tbel. pr<^.*|te?- p.t'or.?e %ui ?^T^ ??+ i ii* a n^tuarce ?t his 0*1 a?taol?*hed?????j-jical ?t U?4J<*1 ?*"