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VOL. X.NO. 2932. NEW-YORK, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1850. JPRICE TWO CENTS.
HjBW-YORK TRI fei INE. ??m stW-TOPUl dail1 >Kl?<>r?S 10 eUBLISHSD STiAT *oH*ir?u. is?rirj/iT? e.xcEPTrr..) t6-^r.f:L Vi&vas or t?vttYi&nKlk. ...,<?.*< SefTTf^tt f? abAKSW?. aulMH Rollo??.-IS* cents p?' Mo?, ?t?? b??rtion. %22kmTfoti^*~to ili>? w 1:3a?, *eco insertion, W?S tot?*?.? ???1*1 *w*r ...!iw adeems **BtSf?S-*ibl DOM er r.? u*. a loaerilon, U eani?; J^JJhl ilnoe/lWv f?>r;:n? ;?rd?j,or 7i??wt? per ?V.TViii.c. ?r? V?*??i*-iica -Jotic?. ?od aUaajiees JjfcaSkAL iMTITiTiON?, 00] -.i-K!lof SS ward?, will 2 Ii iMlrUf for I* c*mu. L?**l A^TaTtiwrra^Is-A? Um rM?* fixed by the 3*^iA(S>?rtl*?r?i3ali !?wit<; bl ttril Mioer ?iw bot? lD 14wota< ?n?I K?M?".g Kdtttons. . vf?* bA&Ot, PAPKB rC Ii I ?? COUNTRY Jspnb (us?1 rrrrj On.Wvd iv v-rv--y. st t low price of *2 por ^^?or-n?. f Chi . ?i Im fi r Ii?, or ?weoty =opV* ?S?iMrte? for ISO. lad I a in s* ?*? con?naed - ????? jtt OB? ?eh tesertl?. g TH.E J^-WFEJTLT riUB?SE l. MlWl.r,ed every fT*i*t?da? *?l,"'r?'* ?"S1'" KilatttMr ?wto r?; cople? 'or t? Tea for 820. T?Tm*?ra?? * cent* t line ;sco m.eruon THE WEW-TOHH THIBOK13 Vor" E?tr?fjeun l?roolatlon, . ^??Hid ->n -o? deiSinoreol wer, *r?! Stearaar for t?V'c^l ? - P? - V r, o? * P? rear, poitaj? ?ja?tataV SreW^jfOKK TRIBUNE *' 'yttfjtetA on. "it. d??s*mro of 2?ct Mall Stearo.ir for **?*''** #RE1 ! '" .AATIL ruWtohor?. CASTLE GARDEN. flitBf ?PrBAitANCE O? 'fDLLi? JENNY UND, IkN WEDGES DA'.- EVE V Nu, September 11, 1850. I) tti?O A A MMilr part r. tHertuie?*' Oberen ".0. M. V. Weber. ArU?Sorgcie1' MaoLrsfo ?econdo.Roilnl. Bong y Big BKLL^PI Scent ano Crvailia ?" Oaita Diva," Normo.Bel ml. Udlle. JENNY UNO. Oracd Duett for iwo l'lano-forle?-Thalburg. Meie. Bunedlct and Hoffman Duett ??' Pur Ptacer." (II Turo in Italia).Rot.lnl Mdlle. JENNl LIND and Big. Bellel?. part il Overture?'' <.ruiader?." (Ktrit time In America,) BoDfidluL Trio floncertante?Cor Voice and t<ro Fintel, C?mp of Sile.la -Meyeroeer, Cempo.ed expreie j for Md to Jrnsy Limo. Md'le JENNY LIND. Flutoi ? Me.?r? Ryleand Siede. Arla Buff??" La'go al Faclwtum." ?arbieer -Boi.lnl. Big. Bellen!. Swedlah Meodv-" Herdiman'i Song, Known dt? t;.e Echo Song, ?ung by Mdlie. JENNY LIND. Greeting 'o America. Prtzo CoroDoittlon, by B?yard Taylor, Etq. ?piieQict....Composed expret.ly for ihn occasion, Mdlle JENNY LIND. Coodaclor.Mr. BenedlcL ttif) Otcbestra will c.oniUl of Sixty Performers, Including the fir?l tatent In Uie country. Price of Ticket* $3. Cnolce of places will besold by auc 8oo ai t astle G.rdou at !' ? o'clock on Monday rooming, fcpteaiber 9. ' . , , Do r* open at 5- Con v>-t to c mmence at S o'clock. No checlrj twill he ltr?"?i W-Mdlle JENNY LIND'S.Sscond Gratd Concert wUl be-?iven at Ca?tle Garden ou F<td?y Evening, 13th lost. Obolce places to tbo second Concur! will be ?old on Thura ?av 4tbrnU)g, 12tb tnil.ni in o'cloca ?,blc?erluV? Grand rtano* will be uied at the First Concert-_,6 61 H. H. LEfcDS V CO Aii-ll ineer. IBWNY LIND>^ ? ONC-KKT TiCKEfS sold J or lite ftr.l Concert, will ceitvered alter 8 o'clock oa H0NDAY 9th lost, at the gite of Castle Garden. AH winons paying, or hiving paid, for admission to the sale ?. Cudie Oarder.iw.il he refunded tin- ?ruount on payment of their ticket.. Continue; re of ss o of tirkel* at Caatle cutiUwni take place on MONI) AY. Bti ln?i. MIO o'clock. lb?reare'now rem> Inlbi* about 1 5i d of the cholcett *eat* (triedisposed of. Tbe tale of ticket* for the second Con? cert cf it-, t.v Lu d wilt t-.ke pla e al Castle Ga den on THURSDAY, Sett. 12 instead of Tueiday, ldtb ln*L al iq unlock. *9 It AUTHUklZKO rOITIONOF JENNY LIND MUSIC. 'j HE SUBSCRIBERS rea^actful y call the attention of t> a i if lie to h" subjoined letter* from Mr. Benedict Ud Slgnur Bel eltl. Thesuusclbers htiveclMmed to he the authorized agent* for ihe publishing of fA? Jenny Llnd music, and they be 'liraUeiublolned letter* ?aitufaciorlly prove the founds, iioo? uf their c'aim. London, Aagu?t, 1859. ToSamuel C. Joi.t.iR, Esq : Sir?We horewith anign loyou the full a. d exc uslve right to all tbo niuilc ?ung by ?rJile. Jenny Lind in America; also, all the music com. pwtd or sung by us during our ?ojoum In the United Itwe*. JULES BENEDICT, OIOVANN1 BELLETTI. Irving House, Nkw-York, Sept. P, 1850. ToSamuelC Jollie, E?'i : Ssr-I certify, wlih pleas. V*,that your edition of tho Jenny Llnd mu*!c, In which Jcu have associated ihe name of Firth, Pond A Co. Is the only kuiboriziid edition pubilihed; and further, that each ?oug U duly revl??d by me before publication. '9 's?"A_JULES BENEDICT. . SEVKN-MILE PANORAMA. 0. vtDgafull and perfect View of the ' Father of Waters," from 1'b Jtacilon with tr e Ohio the head water*, und returning to St Lout*, a distance of more than 3,ti0'' mile*, ou 7 miles of Cauvais! 1 Continuation hy Pomaredo of BASVARTJ'S PANORAMA UF THel MISSISSIPPI. AlSls^patil's Pduorains Hall.ilJj Koradwuy, cjr. Walker i'ROOR AM ,;1E. Section I. COMMENCES wlih n gre.nd Vie-*' of the Month of the V'Ojto Rtvor, city of Cairo, rjrjd Ohio Cltv Glvlog the !'"? promlur 'jl polrt. at one view, of ihres dlfls-ent s?iM: illioniB Missouri and Ksntacky, with iteanboats r>?'!'g up eno down theKivnr and other *cenerv, including t'Bimeico. Cape Grrirflenu, Hercuiaaeuai, Alonlesano oott.e, Uc Diitant View of St. Lotus, and Pul' View of S: Lo ;i? us 1. ?ii previous io the Ore t Fire oMWO Mouth of ihe ?.??twi! River, and City o! nllor., vritli (Jcp su Orl. in tho mi tere, concluding with a uoaulifut DUsolviag View of Ik Town of Hannl -al w , 8i.cn n 11 Ikaftfi* ?'Molnt,? Rtver' Fotl MadUoa, and Mouth of Wo River, Bioomiogton, Storu, Hcece, wun Rock Island at Sunset; View of Rsp. ,Iwlii4ht View of Dubuque, and Dubuoatfs Grave, ?olrowejd bj giHid Mountxino?a Scsnory. BncTloM 111 ?"??.earlvdawn?A View of Coline du Mal, an.I Five ro-MBliO?, on E??t aank of MlSfU.ippl; King arid line?n ??r-t?lt>; Vitw or v\0ii,thaer Prairie, covered w in IU. eisti; E^eRock. Ac; We..u'i>tia'? Reels la tiu distance, sMlfebeanttfol L?k- Pep|n. "eawu,-, T,~ap> or Ma'det-.'s Roc*-, with Indian Wed e rg Party; Lt.ti,. Crow \ ilk^e; Town of Bt Paul's, rp,Rivirtr,,ix Riv"--i yi *nd ???th ot^ iJ.?.ia"'S,i";*'' "lltl efonps of Wlnnebago ladlans, and IrLi ,s',;*" '"I Vlewol a Granl Councilor d u?VKtl i:hwt ^af&nuutus tbe dtukymais An ^Wserkl.and ?pWdld View of the Falls of St An Lv ,'d ll:'' P,-",'rU' f'?^?,"f lh?< Nortnwe*'. for more ?J,?('mu*?, enamg with a Diw.-iving Vlsw of a Prolrio ?,,Bf' Hunt^h^t^.'; Battle o-Bad Axe; lar-e- n ' *?* ; Tt"' Morm^' Temple ; CUv ol Alton Ci? o's7r?t,yiUL'^'llB<i tJ'?od ^.solving View of the l' ? .,^Lon,,on Kt "' walrh hsppnoed on 17m May ?- t? ,l'"5,"d 23 "-?mboat?, and 400 boosm. y' ijSJobm i? 0,>sn ?l 7; Cur,ain i?1 rise at 7J Prico or ?et? J C"'? Children iijlfprlcs. !TKe ?"be fcb3Ve Scenery, with Indian bj t",d st ib9 Hta Frice *m C AND tment e.\ Sereaade ?*?.. '.re previous arraneema .* B*1i<1 P'8V 5jooe' M r- ctfrom a'.y desire on^^d^'" P?*-,?h.t It J^V.d n t -e will ilv. a>?BLW??Mff^ *r,'?on MONDAY EVENING, Saw * r, NAPB io A respectfully UatS "ShTe -New p,l. nog, recemlv ainve-d fronrsii,h ??hieb I. - German,.," by K^h er. , work ot .Ti ??&'V",? T"e?h!M?on or palming, bv am, " SSE^*Oo! ha* received maov addition., arid rep?uf ^?l*Br?T*?w,ke Hsllofihe Church oTD, *?SJMi V," B'?8dw?y, *>eiween Spring and Prto-e^t. a&fach A. M til' If. o'clock P. M. ^U !JgJ*25cants; ?easonTickot*5(iCt?nt*; Catalogue* ._Jel9 if w?rL!r.0l??V^ *"X -TROTT1NG.-TH?RS '^? .uP Marteuyi "* O*"*-*?? ?** Ct's'58 Vcua? ?Wer? b * Lady Motcow. S????Mea. entw* ?,J*ck Ro*.iter. tt* tu. 1T,],hu nw,t b * r-elhara. n^?n *rin ill' 8oaib Br??*'y,Q. o'clock, 19 tit"i rfn,ne ?ooru are ov.v. 8FI0ER k Mc^ANN, Proprietors. AM?SEMENTS. TICKETS W tect? to all pari? of um Saloon, rrtvste 5ose?. SS Orxir? open ?? 7$ to wnnvmti ?1 S e'elock. Manager, Mr. JOHN SEFTON. ?erond week of ihn ibort leatonofibe RAVEL FAM? ILY. 22 In somber, who w(!i app-sr In new enwriainmenta durtDgthelrtbortieaionln New Y'-rk. MONDAY EVENING Sept 9. the entertalnrneuU will commence wlthan Overture; Leader, Mr GaManno. Aftef which.'he augha'l. rem* Balet called LA FETE CHt M PETRE or. The Ages Dancers. Cbarid-reby ih? Ravel Family. Tobe followed by, first Urn* In New-Y. rk. a Ball Room Sotriw emhrr.d-f?ll the moat fasMooenle dancetof theday. Ir!tTrmU.lon ofKbSll an hour. During the^erml.ston and afler Ibe clone of tbe perforroan-e tte magn'iieenl hall room wld be thrown onen where ladiea and farm lea may obtain Ice Cream ard Refreshments of f ve y v.noty. Likowlee ibe lower splendid Sal >no will ue thrown open for gantle n en oi.accomp?nled hy ladiea The whole 'o cor clud? w|.h tho new grand Pantomime of RAOUL, or the Magic ritar. in Twelve TanleBUX, composed bv Jerome Ravel. Principal ebaracters 'it ih<- R.av-1 Fatnllv ] t KUAPVt A V TH?ATKK ?aoorsopeo at 7?To l> commence at 74o'c oct_?THIS KVENiNrt. Sept. 9, will be presented iho Grand Operatic ipectacle, in five tableaux called JUDITH Judtih.Madame Anna Blihop Ellsklm, High Prleat.Slgnor No?ell [sraphoel. * Spirit sent to Judith.Mile Adeline To which will be adced the farce of Alarming Sacrifice, a Peer a from Ta: crerl! tlx- O and Dvertltemeni of Zainpo, arid a Grand American Allesror ral 8-ene. Prlcbt of artml.tlor,; To Drew Circle arid Parquet 76c; Famlli Circle and 7blid Pier, 25c; nailery. VJ\c. f~M'UT?fV>i?i T^K/*T?K, CbB-riiwrt-t', mar of (lbs ?City Hall?the nearest Vbeaier to the largo Hotela. TH let B ifJ NINO, .'--I lembi r 9 will be played the cele? brated Comedy, in tliree artt ruiipd LONDON ASSUrtANCE. Sir H. Courtly....Mr B uke I ?laik Meddie-Mr Barton Dazze.Lone' Chares Courtly.B.md Dolly Spanker ....Jobotton | Lady Gay.MrtSiwrrett To conclude with the G-and E?tav on Liudmania, cil ed 8HK'B COME! 1 Mr. Blarneyem, Jenny Ltnu's Manager.Mr Burton The N'ghtlniBie.by Heeren Von Jausen Doora open at 7, to begin at 7J .o'cloca ? Bozen, dreit circle ard parquet, 5" eta; family clrc o or tecond tier. cia: private boxea S3 and .$5; orcbettra tosti, with cush? ioned srm-chtirs 75 ctt OPEN ON MONDAY SEPTEMBER 9. CHRIST'S'S OPERA HOUSE Mechanic'* Hall, 4*<G) BROADWAY, above Grand it?Chrltly't Mln t /Sitre.ii respectfully announce to their patrons and the public ger.erally that they will have the honor of recom? mencing a rerles of their popular Concertt In tb.lt city on Motdny, Sept 9. Tickelt 25 certa. Do"rs open at 7; coramsnco at 8 o'clh. Afternoon Cot cert every Saturday at 3 P.M.?rh4 com? pany eomprUing an efficient and vartt'.ile "corps" of la? hmte"' and experienced performero,under tho management ofE. P. Christy. a9 1 wit* FELLO WS' ETHIOPIAN OPERATIC TROUPE, late merce's mihstrei.s, At tbe Society Librsry Rootnt, Broadway, cor. Leonard tt. ON MONDAY, September 9, and every night until tbe completion of their new H?ll on the Tattertall't ground, which will becompleted about be first of next mouth Tne great tuccest that hat favored Ihn Inimitable hand of Ethio? pian performeis for the p. ?Isens n, <vbenm>st all of the places of amusement In this great Metropolit werecloied. while tblt band wot performing every ovoning to cro srded h inset, hat ttamped tbem at being the ne plus ultra of all Ethiopian ban-s?comprising a companv of thoteen per? formers, urder the Immediate direction of J.B Fellows They will have the tonor of giving their orlglaal and lnltnl tab eenierlaUrneDli every night, until further notice. Admlsalon 25 cents. Doors open at 7oclo;k, Concert coinaenceat 8. An Afternoon Concert on Wednetdaytand Saturdays, commenting si 3 o'clock, P. M. S7 ZORER'S ETHIOPIAN OPERA OOMIQUE. 'PblS NEWLY ESTABLISHED COMPANY, com A posed of the best class of talont, at well In singing at in Ethiopian delineation in the newest and tnos; approved style, will, under tbe management of Max Zorer, com? mence performing at Bleocter Hall, Bleecker at. coiner of Morton-st on Monday evening next, Sept. 9 Admlsilou 25 cents. Doors opeuat 7, commeaclcg at 8 o'clock. N B ? Ornnlbutiet from all parts of the city post either by tbe door or wtlum one or two blocks of the Hall. t5 6l* TA BEKWAOLE. IVB R. DEMPSTER'S Second original Ballad Britorlaln LT1 menl will bs given at the Tabernacle on M >"dav evening, Sept. 9, Including the following longs: "The Dark Eye hat left ut," (Song of Indian woman), "Tlusowt, Love" "Morning. Noon and Nijht," " Tho Rolay Day," '-John Anderson, my Jo," " Footttopt of Angels." " Dying Child and Angel of Death." Burnt' songt: ' Oh! oooribh, cauld and rettlets love," "Highland Mary." "Duncan Gray," and his cantata, " The May Quoen," in three parts. Tickets 60 ets. To commence at 8 o'clock. s7 AliNLM'S AMERICAN MrsiiU.1I.?P- T. BARUM, Proprietor and Menster-J jlliS GREEN? WOOD, Jr. Assistant Manager.?For tbe whole of ibtt week, commencing MoLda?,Sept i), 1850, iltote exlrhor dlnsry infant pbt noinena, Kalo and Ellen Butemtn, will potitiveiy make their veiv lutttippearance here on F-iday next, until which time time they will enact tomo favorite ccruedyor tragedy every afternoon. ' Tho Drunkard'will be performed every evening tblt week, and also on Satur? day aftermon A Million of Curioslllsa fire to Le teen at the Muteum ; Mod. Lamont, the great fortune-feller, the Negro Turning White, Ac Afternoon performances at 3; Evenirg at 7j o'clock Ada ittlon 25 ctt: chlldron 124 ctt, 1\] V, W-YOKK COnSliRVATORYIOF^USIC. IN ?Meiert. BBADBURV A NASH will be happy lo meet their pnp'.lt, upon their regular dayt and hours, at the roon i of the Comsrva'ory, 411 Broadway. Privateinttruc tions on the I'i&no-forte, Violin. Stc. Ano, private Vocal ltttocE given at all bourt of theday. s9 li* ^Hli WONUEKFUli IN 1)1 A5t I)\VAUKS, that ? have juti airrlved from Central Ameilcs, Ibe greatett curiotity of the age, (to pronounced by gentlemen of lrttel I'gtnce,) being much tmaller ihon the renowned 'Tom Thumb ' They areb^t 24 md23 Inches high, their combined weight but 3?J tin; their sge 14 and 16 jean They will be exhibit*d lor a short time, previous to their departure Souib, tt the Minerva Rooms 406 Broadway. Will open on Wednesday, Sept. 11, 18.50. The exhibition to.tako place at 2 In tbe afternoon and 7 o'clock In the evening. Admitiion 25 cents; children half price, a9 3t*c B Industrial Reform Meetings this Evening. ?Smiths' Beneficial Booioty, Keen's Fourteenth Ward Hotel, corner of Grand and Elizabeth sts.; Gerrit 8mith'? Beneficiaries at the P. U. Bakery, corner of Seventh--v. and Nineteonth-st; Clothing Cutters Bent licial and 1'rctective Association, Broadway House, corner cf Grand-st ; the Ship Joiners' Benevolent Society, (who have do D?le (jates in tho Industrial Congress which meets to m rrow evening at the- Now City Hall,) Bachman's Hotel, 415 Grand at ; The Tailors in their diffireat Halls; ami the Protestive Hnuso Painters, " Head <]uartcrs,'' 820 G.-snd-st. ?The ' Last War (1S10, ,Vc) Soldiers" meet this evening at Military Hall, Bo^ory, and are Bt-i nt to make arrange merits to secure their rights to Bounty Lands in cste the bill now bufore Cun Kress is permitted tobecjine alav. Save.-al of the (soldiers who were pri-stnt at the lust meeting ex i'rctstd thfeir approval of Land Limitation, and their opposition to Speculation in the Soil. The \cteraus ,vfcj thirtj six years ago imperiled their lives for the defense of tLeit homes, are strong in .'averof Industrial Reform. The Operative Bakefs' Union.?The rogulsr weekly meetings of this Association aro still kept op, and every Saturday evening the CDmmrxlious House of Call, 127 Giand-at evidences that the Baiters are awake to an amelioration of their con? dition. We have been furnished with a report of ihe iast meeting, but the crowded state of our col vans forbid its publication, beside, tho very beet ihing the Society can do is to keep up their House of Call, and coctiuue Mr. Hallbsuer as Keeper, for a more ^attentive man is not connected with any public institution in our City. Tho Secretary informs us that donations have been received from a large mnjority of the boss bakers, and several philanthropic iodividua.'s, and wo trust tiie Journeymen will beauttained in thoir pi aiscwurthy elijris lor the moral, pecuniary and istelleotut! benefit of the members of their craft. Tl ey demand r reduction of thoir working hoars to l". wbk his quite reasonable, considering that so many of cur JYurneymen aro seeking for the 8 four svfltem w horever it can be efi'ectsd. Tho Bakers were among the pionerrsof the present movement, and rather than see their House oi'Caii discontinued, the other Industrial Associations would contribute to havoit sustained. Giant 's Bonf.s.?The Blixabethtovn (Ky.) ft*;. *?i*/er saja that u woek or twa since Mr. John Harned, ivitg on Rolling Fork, about twelve miles from th=s place, diteovered a huoaan bone protrttd ipg out of the suui cn the river bank. It proved to i'b a tiiiL;h bone, \ o.-haps tho largest everseen. It ibeatuad about six times the number of cubic incl os as that of a common sized man Judging frr.rn tbe sixe of the bone found, it once bdlungod to a human being 12 or 13 feet high. txW Persons wishing THE TRIBUN E at their iTtolilcgtor placet of business In New-York or Brooklyn, vUl pleate leas-e their sddreas at the Publication Office, i rner of Spruce a/id Nastan sts Price 12J centt a week, ayabie to tbe Carriers. NEW-YORK TRIBjJNR Frrm tbe National Eni 10 A. K. ON RECEIVING A BASKET OF SEA MOSSES. Thanks for thy gift Of Ocean flowers, Born where the golden drift Of the slant sunshine falls Down the ^reen, tremulous wails Of water, to the cool still coral bowers Where under rainbows of perpetual showers, God's gardens of tbe Deep Eis patient angels keep ; Gladdening the dim, strange solitude With fairest forms, and thus Forever teaching us The lesson which the many-colored skies, The flowers and leaves, and painted butterflies, The deer'a branch'd antlers, the gay bird that The tropic a uns bine from its golden wingt,[ flings Tbe brightness of the human countenance, Its play of smiles, the magic of a glance, ; Forevermnre repeat, In varied tones nnd sweet, That Beauty, in and of itself, is good. Oh, kird and generous friend, o'er whom The snnset hues of Time arc cast, Painting, npon the overpast And scattered clouds of noonday sorrow, The p-nniiso of a fairer morrow, An earnest of the better lifo to come ; The binding of the spirit broken, The warning !o the erring spoken, The ocm'ort of the sad, The eye to see, the hand to cull From common things the beautiful, The absent heart made glad By simple gift or graceful token Of love it needs as daily food? All own one source, and all nre good. Hence, tracking sunny cove and reach, Where spent waves glimmer up tho beach, And toss their gifts of weed and shell From foamy curve and combing swell, No unbefitting task was thine, To weave these flowers sq soft and fair, In unison with His design Who loveth beauty everywhere, And makes in every zone and clime, In ocean nnd in upper air. " All things beautiful in their time." For not alone in tones of awo and power He speaks to man ; The cloudy horror of tho thunder shower His rainbows span; And where the caravan Winds o'er the desert, leaving, as in air [there, Tbe crane flock leaves, no trace of passage He gives the weary oye Vhe palm leaf shadow for the hot noon hours, And on its branches dry Calls out the acacia's flowers ; And where the dark shaft pierces down Beneath themoantain roots, ?ecn by tbe miner's lamp alone, The star like crystal shoots; 80, where the winds and wavea below The coral-branched gardens grow, His climbing weeds and mosses show Like foliage on ench stony bongh, Of varied hues more strangely gay Than forest leaves in autumn's day: Thus evermore, On sky and wave and shore, An all pervading beauty seems to say God's Love and Power are one ; and they Who like the thunder of a sultry day Smite to restore, And they who like the gentle wind uplift The petals of the dew-wet flowers, and drift Their perfume on the air, [gift, Alike may servo Him, each with their own Making their lives a prayer. J. G. WHITT1ER. The Free School Act Uflconstltntional. Correspondence of She Tribune. Beneca Falls, Wednesday, Aug. 28, 1850. H. Greelet?Dear Hir.- In my latter in 7%? Tribune on the 8th inst. I intimated an opinion that tho action of the Legislature in relation to the New ?chool Law was unconstitutional. You say in reply; " If an act duly passed by Ihe Legislature and approved, by tbe Governor is to hedetmed a nuiily, because the Peo? ple have expretsly allirrxod It, it Is time the fact were known." I shs.il t ot retaliate upon you by oalling this Petti foging ; it is not my way; but I will briefly state the grounds of the opinion I had tho temerity to venture against somewhat high authority, and the opportunity it presented for your ridicule. Whethe tbe law was duly passed by tbe Legislature is the precise question. I did not say that the law was made inval.d by the popular vote. Will you say that the law, If invalid without that vote, was valid with it 7 Tho sevor..l necessary Governmental powers are devolved by the People upon different departments or agencies: \\m Legislative upon tbe Senate and Assembly: the Judicial upon the Courts : the Bk ecutive upon the Governor and other Executive and Administrative Officers. The People have settled by what agency, and in what manner laws shall be passed and repealed, and have no more right to disregard the Constitutional provisions which are intended to secure the rignw of the mi? nority, than the agency has. '?Tie Legislative power is vetted in a Senate and Assem? bly." 80 reads the old Constitution and the new. Now ia this vesting of power partial or complete J If complete, the Legislature have no more rif;bt to invite or sanction tbe deliberation and ac.ton of any other set of men?not even the whole body of the Electors themselves?in tbe passage of a law, than tbe Governor has to appoint a deputy to ex- j e-rcise tbe power vested in him. Bee. 14 of Art. 3 prescribes l ow laws shall be enacted : "Tbe evading clause of a'l blU* shall be 'The People of "tha State of Nerv-Yc/k, represented in 8eaate md At " if-mbly, do enact as follows :' nnd no law shali bs enact " til except by bill." Without such enacting clause, no bill would be? come a law; can a bill become a law with it when it sr-pears upon its face that the clause is untrue ? 'ihe enscttng clause in the New School Law, to be truthful should be : "Tbo People of the Stata of New York, represented by the Election at the Bal? lot boi, do enact as follows." It is a insjority of all tbe votes of the State that makes the act become a law. if it be one. '? In case a majority of ail the vo es of the State shall be "ccuagaUitibe New School Law, this act shall bo null ?'tic vo'O ; aid In csse a majority of all tbe votes In the "S'ale shell be cast/or tbe New School Lew, men this act "?ball become a law and shall take ? ?ect |on toe first day "of January, 13-3", or as amended afterward] launejl "ate.j." Now, have the Legislature duly passed this law, as )cu seem to take for granted? What vote gives it vitality?tbst of the Conslitnii ^n&l majority of tbo members of the Senate and Assjmhly? or thr.t of the majority of the Electors voting upon the question ? Again, Ia?k. Is this vesting of Legislative power in the Senate asd Assembly complete or partial,' If complete, can tho Legisltttore divest itseif of this power or any part of it? A few years ago, wa wanted the Boards of Supervisors invested with certain Legislative powers. Was it supposed that the Legislature could confer t'.ese powers? No. Ar amendment of the Constitution was sup? posed to be Necessary, either to give these powers direct, or to authorize the Legislature to confer them: and hence the provision which ' knuw to have been thought necessary^y as wiie heads as were employed in framing the New School Law, tbat "The Legis'a'urj may confer on tn* Boird of 9upervi ''tors of tho several counties of the State such further "powers 01 legislation and d ..?.ti.latrstuu at they shall '? fiom lime :o time prescribe ' [Secl7cf Art.J.J Again: tbe act provides no mode of ascertain? ments whether a majority of all the votes in the Stste were cast for or against the New 8ohool Law. Troe, the local inspectors are required to cer.vass the hat'o^s and make return thereof, in the sane meaner as voles siven for the oflija of Qor ertor and Li-utentuit-Governcr, bat no authority 1* given to ai.y tribunal to d.-cida as to tho legality 1 r regnlsrirj of these re'nrne, or decide ths a^gre gate r< wit. To authorize hi tfrms the Stat? Con vassers to ascertain, riecidr and declare the result, would perhapi be a too glaring division of Leg's tive powers and reiponiibiiities; and to tnis d*y there is no tangible evidence of the result abort of en examination of the returns of the local inspec tors, f'sn it be possible that such proceedings crea.e c( nstitutinnal law or repeal laws before in existence ? " Tbe Electors shall determine by bspot whether tils act u tbalt or Stull not became a'aw; |}ec It) I and tu case ?' a majority of all the votes of the Sitae shall be ca t for " the New 8< hool Law tbrD ;bu act sba'.l beC'Jta ' a law " aid ehail tiie efier-t immediately." Beautiful provision! in disregard not only of the Constitution bat of every principle of right and justice. This New School Law, if it be a law, imprsed penalties by tine ar.d imprisonment, and repealed Important existing laws the moment the majority of all tho votes of the Stato were csst in its favor. Every parson under the ne? cessity of doing any net under the Old or the New lew is bound to know the result of the voting all over the State tbe moment it is coi.claded. Reshy the old tyrant law-givtr, who required his laws to be pciied so high that the People could not read them, did not exhaust all tho moans of entrapping subjects into the commiiaion of offenses ajaitst unknown la*vs In 1833 ?law was passed providing for Boards or" Health in the towns and villages of this 8tato I: hao, expired, and in 184L? the Legislature passed a law directing the Governor, in case tho Oholera should Rppe*r, to issue his proclamation and revive the expired law. Tne Governor did so, aod tho Courts have declared this act unconstitutional, upon the ground that tho Legislative po?or is vested in the Sfncto and Assembly and by those bedies alone can w exercised. Yours, fcc. ANSEL BASCOM J5@" As Mr. Bascom intimates ttut he should deem it impolite in us to term his line of argument ' pettifogging,' wo will say no more about it, only to ask again why the question is not legally made and his argu? ments advanced to the Courts if he believes they would decido na he argues? Suoh con? siderations are not calculated to win votes for bis side from the friends of Free Schools'.. We do not wonder at the disrelish for Po? pular Voting to confirm or invalidate laws evinced on that side. They have had reason for it, and we trust they are destined to have more. It shall be no fault of ours if they don't. [Ed. Trib. 8Y TELEGRAPH TP THE NEW-YORK TRIB?NE, California and Utah. Sjitciul Vitpateh to the Tribune Washington, Saturday, Sept. 7. It is sr/anged emorg the compromisers and dodgers that Utah shall go as a rider to the Califor? nia bill, in order to avoid tho Proviso. Mr. Boyd is to move it. Senator Cooper is sick. This is especially un? fortunate, in view of the Lewis case coming up on Monday. Sigma. Rejoicings at Washington, Washington, Sunday, Sept 8. The greatest enthnsiasm prevailed here last night, owing to the passage of the Texas Boundary and Califirnia Bills, by the House. At sundown one hundred minute guns wore fired by Capt. Buckingham's Artille y- At dark there was a brilliant display of fireworks set off on the banks of the Ccr.a', and a Calcium Light illumination at the Capitol, ntd through the entire Avonae,shortly I sifter, large crowda aiaembled et tho National Ho , to), and complimented tre defenders of the Union. I A ?etfcf.de was tivon by the Marine Band. Messrs. Clay, Rush, Houston, Webster, Douglas, Speaker Cobb, Hilliard. and others appeared, most of whom responded in appropriate remarks. Every b dy seemed delighted. friary land He form Convention. Baltimore Sunday, Sept 8. Ke'uriiS have leenreosived from all parts of the Stale, showing that ihe Whigs will have in the Reform Convention a majority of 7. niarylnnd Convention?Urlg Waknlln, Sec. Baltimore, Saturday, Sept. 7. Trie whole State has been heard from, and the resrjt is, thai 56 Whigs and 4'J Loco-Fooos have been elected. The brig Wikulla, which was destroyed by fire on tne 15th u'r. 1 a i m board, at tho time, G30 bales of cotton. The Vermont Election. I UB.LINGT.iN, Vl. Sept. 7, 18.50. Jadge Williams i? elected Governor ofthiaState, by a majority of 1,200 to 2,000. Of tho popular vote in 8l tewns, Will.am? gaimd 900 over tho Whig v. to in 18-19. Serious Riot, Baltimore, Saturday, Sept,7. The p-cc:ision of last night ended inariot at the comer of (lay and Baltimore >ts. between the Turner and Anti Turner inei. Guns and pistols were used, and a number woucded. Liout Patter? son of the Watch was shot over the eye. A young man named ltose was shot in the leg. Wil liara 8t was shot in the ar.n. A ball passed through a window of Barnum's Hotel .nd a board, or hid a very narrow escape. Snppoat'tl Wreck. Baltimoii :, Situ.'day, Sept. 7. The schooner General Taylor, (Patterson,) of atd from Baltimore, for hling-.t'-n, Ja-, is supposed to be !o?t on CirisT?rd Reef. The I nnutlltiD Attorney Generalship. Montreal, S?pi. 7, 1850 Jt is anEOur;ced that .Tustioe Rolland has resign ett and that Attorn ry General La Fontaine, is ap pci rue his mccesicr. Solicitor General Drammond has been appointed Attorney General. The latter appointment is unsatisfactory to the, I. jjyer Cana? dians, who desire that Mr. Cartierthjuld ha/e the place. La Fontaine 9 spp-intmsnt will gi?egane ral satUftcticrn. _ Acqn?tnl of a Suspected .Murderer. Utica, Saturday, Sdpt.7,1850. The trial of John Alu n, for the murder of a J ew pedlar, was brought t3 a close yesterday, at Her kimer. But ore witness was called fjr the de? fense. After commending the vigilance of the peo? ple's counsel, Col. Judd, (than whom there is not probab!y a more thorough and indefatigable Dis? trict A'-t. r: cy In the 8tates) tho Court expressed a unanimout opini n that the projooutiua hid failed to criminally convict the priionerof the crime for which he was arraigned, and the Jury agreeing, John Allen was at once acquitted, and dia iharged from custody. Ho maintained groat composure during the trial; but on the rendering of the ver? dict, he burst into tears and was deeply affected. Trouble nmonsi the Israelites. Albany,Saturday, S-.pt 7, ITjO. A d'sturbeuce occurred this morning at the Jew? ish SvnR?rgue in Herkirner it. which caused a division m the conjregbtion. One party deter? mined to prevent the Rabbi from performing the setvi e, while the other wanted to sustain hm. Tbe sheriff and police were called out, took posses si, n of the house, and closed the doors. The course pursued seemed to quiet boLh pirties Revolting Narrative. Bet valo, S-iturday.SepL 7. Wo iearn by a dispatch ju?: received from Da troir, tbattb* steamer J. D" Morton pbked up a ! u an from the spar of a vess I, on Lake M1 hig* >. ! The vessel vu c?p?ized in a gala a week *<??, j a'r-re ?h ch time he has been driftine: ab.wt the j lake. For the want of u od, he had eatiuhia Ho? gers off. He is alii! alive. XXXI?! ?ON?KEMS....First Session. HOUSE OK REPRESENTATIVE?. Washington, Saturday, Sept.7. Mr. Asm asked the unanimous consent of the House to record his name in the negative on the pssssee of the Texas Boui dary bill, having coma in to ihe Hall yesterday after his nama was called. Permission was refnsed, and the House resumed the consideration of the Report of the Select Com niittee egaicst the payment by Secretary E viag o' ivrotnutat on pay and compound interest to the Administrator of Com. Harron and the improper payment to Corcoran & R;gsi of money due to the Chiokataws. Mr. Hichakdson resumed his remarks in con? demnation of Mr. E wing's course, and said that tho Whigs nere more successful than tne Lo"o Focos in prosecuting claims before the former Secetary of Interior. Caleb B. Smith, a distin i nisbt d Whig of the Board for the payment of the Mexican claims could practice before' Ewintr, and Ewing bet?re him. One public ollioer practicing before toother was wronij. Mr. Vistos replied to the gentleman defending Mr. Ewirp, and any io? that Win M. Gwin and Corcoran k Riges, were Democrats, and Inter ested in these claims; also, that Mr. Earing, of Mo concerned in tbe Cmckasaw payment, was not a relative of tbe ex-Su-c/etary, aua cot a Whig.? He et;ten d into a legal argument on the subjects in tbe report, nnd had no: cmcluded when the morning hour expired The House proceeded to tho consideration of the bus'ness on the Speaker's table. T'te lirst hi 1 was for tho support of .t military academy as ro turned frtm the 8*nate with amendment* relative to salaries of professors, and referred to Coniatittee of the Whole on tbo State of the Union. The House next took up tho California bill from the 8enate. Mr. Born moved Utah as an amendment. Mr. V in ton raised a point of order. The Chair was appealed to and tbe point sus? tained Mr. Vinton appealed. A motion to lav the appeal oa tho tablo was lost by Yeas 86, Nsys 116. Thp decision of the Chair was overruled: Yeas, t-7 ; Nays, 107. So the Utah amendment wai do clartd out of order. Mr. Thompson, Loco, of Miss, rose to move an amendment. Mr. Me.uie, Loco, of Va- caused one to be read which he wished to offer. It wa<, in effect, that tho owners of slaves shall have twelve months to remove them from the limits of Callfornls, and orovtd ir g for the recovery tf slaves who shall escape Into that Slate. The Speaker said it could be offered only by lintLluicm consent, while the gentleman from Miss bad the fioo Mr. Thompson's substitute for the bill was now read It was similar to that of Mr Soule's in the Heuaie, viz .- that bs soon as California shall have passed an ordl nscc In conversion relit qulsblng the right to a primary dls poial of the soil iic ana restricting ber boundary to So0 JO', the President shoti'd, without further action, issue bis proclamation declaring; Ca'ifornla a Stale ol the L'nlon The portion of revenue collected In California at the t me oflssulrg the said proclamation shall ha paid to thatBtae, and tbe Senatois and Representatives already elected shall be eu ithd to receive mileage and compensa? tion from ibe tlmo tho California constitution was received bj Congress. The suhstltuto further provide* for a Terri U ri-| Government, lo be called South Csltfjruis si nilar to ihe Oovernment of New-Mexico, soutb of 36? 30' to be ad it nit '1 ss a state hert after, with or wIiLjUI Slarery, a* the peouie may deslie. Mr. Oku, (Loco) of 8 C. moved to amend, the o-Llnal bill; bul a* he could not do ?o, Mr. tnompson ac c-pteil 11. It restricted ibe Southern limit* of California lo 3b? 30'. Mr Thompson, of Miss then briefly advocated the amenc mem, saying that the limit* of California were too large, and showing the gros* outrage oa t-.o Souto, if it should not bo adopted. It would he the moan* of restor? ing peace throughout the Union. Me XlicHARBsuN thought that the subject hvl been discussed long ocougb, and movsd the pravious qu ra? tion. Mr. Hoi.mzb, (Lacn)of 8.C. unscccessfullymoved a cbII of the fl?sse. The previous question was seconded. Mr. McCi.ernand raised the cry of "order," and o) ierveo mat Mr. Tuompson could not oiler a substitute ar.d an amendment at Ihe isine time. The Speaker said thai objection oame too late. The question wns takon ou the amendment to re Strlrt tie California boundary lo 36^ 3(/, and wa* dlsagroed to? Yea* 76, MbjS 132. The question was now on Mr. Thompson's sub etltute, which was rejected?Yea* 71, Nay* 134. The qnestiou being on the third reading, Mr. Huj.mes moved an adjournment, but not mo e ihsn four or five members voiod In ibe affirmative. Mr.Thompson of Miss, said that a decent reaped for the House required ihs bill to bo at least read. The Senate bi.l for tho admission of Califonia vtss ih*n read for information. Tbe third reading of the bill wns then ordered? Yes* 151, Nay* 56. .' The bill having been read a third time, Mr. Feaiherston, (Loco) of Miss, mrved 'o la' H on the table, wh'ch wa* nots^reed to. 'The bill then passed by the following vote: Yeas 150 Najr 67 Yeas?M-anrs Aiberlson, Alexander, Allen, Andenon, Ancrewi, Baiter, bay, Br?nett, Ringham, Bissel), Bos.ee, Booth, Bowie, Bow.in. Bruck, Briggs, Bro. ks, Brown, ltd., Bur!. Burrows. Butler. Penn ; Butler, Conn ; Cable, Ohio'; tola well N. C ; Ualvlu, Campbell. Carttar, Ca*ey, Cbardlrr, Clbrk, Cole, Corwin, firowell, Dicker, Dim miik, Dlrney, Dixon, Doty. Huer, Duncan, Dunjam. Dor see, Eilet. E'-nos Md.; Evans, Obit); Ewlog, Flieh, Fow? ler, Freed )y, Kuil?r, Oeniry. Gerry, Glddlngs, Gllmore, Gorman. Gull O uld. Grlnnell, Hill, Hall'Way, Hamilton, Harlan, Hi.rrls, til.j Hsymond, Henry.Hibhard, Uoagland, H.eji'jn Howe, Hunter, Jackson, fl. Y ; Johnson, Tean.; Joneses Ky.; Jone* Jul.'nn, K?;rr, Ring, R. I.; Klug, N.J.; John A. King, Proton Klug, LeUirr, Levin, Jjtiilofield, Mtnn, Mae-. . Ham. Pain; Ms'snail, AJason, Mstuson, McCiemanc, McDonald. McGsughey. McKlfSOCk, McLan Bh-.n McLsr.o, t'.d.; McLean, Ky; Mea-b&m, Moore, Moiehe^d, Morris. Nelson Newatl.Og'e, Olds, Oils, Poas 'ee, Pres, Phelps, Phoenix, PI.mm, Potter, 1'utuam, Reed, Re. no os, Rlcbsrcsoo, Ribi'La, Robinson, R>ot, Rose, Ross Bumsey, Hlc\ott. Saw teile, flchencS, acherraerhurn, Hchcolcralt, nllvr-?ter. t'prague, Stanley. Siemns, Penn; ThurtriBr, Tar m;soc. Ky.; Tuck, Underbill, Van Dyke, Vin. to, , Waico", Waldo, Watains, Wenlwonh, Wnite, W?lt. tir tej, wruiick, Uiiiiau.s Wilson and Young Nats?Alston, Av- oil lla)l?y, B*?!e, Bowlon, Boyd, B.o-\n. M.stlsiippi; Burt, Csbell, Vlrgbla; Caldwei, Kentucky; Clirgman, Cobb, Alabama; Colcock, Dsclel, Debtny, Edmucdson, Keatb^rston. Oreen, Haralson, Har? ris, T-i.r osji e Usrr'*, Aiaban a ; lil.ila.d, HoltaJay, How ? id. Huhnard, luge Jackion, (le-rjjla; Jonn?on, Araansa*; Kanflinan La Sei e McDowell, McHul en, Mc<.iue?n, Mc W;i, e i$nde, Ml l?ot; Morse, Morton. Orr, Outhw, Ow? en Pwkir. Powell, Vava?e, Secdon, Shopperd 8 aob)n, T-i.r.oj?tfc, Siriuoti, Kenucity; Tnornpion, Mississippi; Toi mos, Verable, Wrt;la e, Wellborn, at.d Woodwtrd. Absent?Messrs Ashtsun, Bowck, Cleveland, Conger, Goodeoow.Hammond, Hampton, Harmanion.J G Har? ris HavCesrgeO King, fcill.ar, Nes, jilsioy,Spaldlng, A. U Stephens. Word-17. A motion was made to reconsider the vote, and that moth l wa* laid on tbe table. eaiSAi;* of the utah hill. I he House now went into Committee of the Wtole on thy Senate bill, to establish a Territorial Gjvern met!for l'ub. Mr. McCi.ehnand in the Chair. The first section having been read, Mr. W?nt worth propo*ed the Wilmot Provlro, es applicable to all the Teirltorle* acquired from Mtx'co. Mr. Haralson, Loco, of Ga. said this was a bill providing for tbe Governruert of Utah alone, and as the an.cjdn.tct applied to .he Territory acquired trim Mexico it was cut ol order. The Chairman so decided. Mr. Wentwortii modi.'ied his amendment, so a* to confi .e tbe Proviso to Utah, and it wa* voted down : A>ei OP ; Najs7fj. Mi Meade offered an amendment to repeal all law* h>r*tefore passeJ by Congress, prohibiting Slavery w-rt of ihe Mississippi. The Chairman ruled the amendment as oat of order and he was suilslned by the Committee. Mr Meade then submitted an amendment, with a fevi remnrk* allowing Blive* t0 be taken hto Utah,' un ii a State Government shall be formed. ? This was rejected : Ayes 55 ; Nays 85. Mr. S-rtvENS, (Whig) of Pa. moved to strike out ihe Piovlso in the bili, namely, '? tb?t said territory shall Lertafter be admitted as a Stau?, with or without 81?vory :' HI*object wa* non Intervention. It did not bscotne this Congtes* lo ailempt to bind future Congroi?** u to tie adrtirston or Stales, witUorwlthiut Slavery. This amend ment was also rrj-cted: Aye* ?. Nays 36 Mr Fitch, (Lo-o) of la offered an amondmont, thit the Mexican lew prohibiting Slavery thall remain In full fOTO. Mr. Mii.Lso.n. (Loco) of Va. proposed to amend Mr Fitch's amei dment, so that the law* In exlsteaceat Hie Hue the territory wa* acquired shall not be construed to destroy 'he right* lo property recognized In the slave holding Blate* The Committee rose, and Mr. Botd moved, and the House adopted a resolution to close the debate in five mb nies The House apsin went into Committee. Mr. Matly. (Lo-w) of Va. appealed to tbe mem? bers from tbo Soutb not to offer any other amendment* to tHahlll wh'.h had - ?:<-.> ibr v-l? a* .- . S, M!. r and tbe i?d from Virgin!.. " Vw ^/"'"JX euer ? We. I .1 tl .. ps> fectl, eVtete "at Cuui.V7 -"* rfWi of i>rnn<i?w ameidinema w,i. no ta keen u? w!?r.I bete 10 n nrb ibe longer. i"?wao<ise Mr. Seaport, iL'jo) of Va. replied that at the Um? Utah vat pastel, the series of oatir**e? r>a1 not nnm. ihm,'. It Was evide't mat tt w..? ibs) intennia of ska Ni rlbxMB*** 10 fetter Stiftern is?<!'u I -n? I : .-. ? pnty 7rn'D?nt of terrltr-n. tinder tpe t-mr-:???!?? (>f not trttefven* ttoo If he eculd not appeal to the 11 mae for J-tsttce, be roti's to tt e people who are wronged sad omrst-d, Mr Mtllacn g ?.rendruTt wm rejected?Yeas 49, Nays 92. i *e question now esme up on Mr. F.ten's amend meet a<r. Toombs (Whi>,)of Gs. said, in r-'ply to Mr. -> .'on.- thtt f ifc?re h?il b-e-. any ajrg'wislois on the St.otb, ?V <?fd it'htWseM bv her I'ovn hart t and hv her own sort. Let th- question bo kept In Virgla'e, and we are pro part d to iland on It. hr Kt, ca b amendment was r. jected?Yea* 51, Nay* 83. Mr ?rnnosren?edto Mr Toirnb?, contending thti the g,,utb has Keen wronged ard that the series of meatars* rontttmted e vre io.tr?,(fw Me no longer con Hit- r, a the Sutea < f the Union on ar> equ illty. Mr. ToouBa reauondeo, den - tax t->tt egression ha-1 hreti <1 ?r?-d cn '-bn South aid ^el!->Tl0|j b* ?dmltslon of California wa? no cutrai", He i ie: l?j to cooeettton m d ?(?,e?lb cf tie peo-le-North E?t. Sou h ar.d Weat; acd ire geMlen:?n from Virata ran tale the concession for ? b?; he car rcsie out of it Mr. W iLi.noK.v (Loco) of Ga off red aprof.irmal amendment, Justifying bisvoief-r |Ve Boonsary tiPL and fipi?'?ed bi? h?-iw lb*!the South hat juifored injustice by ibeBdm'ssI n of Caltforn a Mr HiIBB ARD, (Loco) of Alt. told an anecdote aa oppitraMe to the encounter I etwr--n Meura. Seddoa ?tr1 Tocti.h?, ?b'ch caused aon.e i?ns;".ti'r. ? Mr Bbsdoh again roio ao t replied ,to Mr. Toomba Mr Brown, (Loco) of Miss said he always, thong bt when people were fair y lotted t^ay gave ap. i l.aurf 'er ) H? v?< uld a?y ?.o.h i g "If >iat?e touts Mend fronj Virg'r.ta, (Mr. Si'do on ) who had been Canutes on the ru-fit gallatiir) t?j bltraelf?? there ? ,, no u>? of crying ivcr ip'.t n Ilk.'' After the t> -?.ilr> of N-?0 leans was over, a loldle.- wbi seep firing )?> hir.self 8?ld ? gentle n.an to bint " What tie devil are you dolt-g here I" 'lam tia-tying on tbe war," be rep'le?, "on my o?n hook.'' i>tci.Ho la'ikbter) I trual, renarkei str. Irowa, tn coric'uiio j, tbti we will a;i agree to gl?e It up. Tbe Home a <-prepirec 10 paia the bill with >ut d.rtili'S an I or cress IPK at let u> in rw pi. matter over to UV people. So kelp iue God, I <in for reiuis' eel .N':i.e. f tbe aoieadineDtt 6fier?d were agreed to. The Committee rose, wbrn, nrn lor the opuration of t> - !.r?vtuu? a lesttOD, the U.ah i l! was pasted?YoiS 97, Nays 85. l w ?a?M< AlbertsoD. Altlor. Anderson. Aihe Aver Ml Hay, Uayiy, Rea'.e, Bl??e t, B. kve, Bow.ln, Bofd, Brera, Rr (rir?. Brooks, Brown of ,ni ; Butler of Pa.) Chldwel'o' Ky ; Caldwell of N. C ; t'atev, CoOb of Aia.; Dnt.lel, Deberry, Dinjtnl.-k. Dl:rey. Duti>era, Edoiuadann, ! lot, Event Ol Md ; fcwli'K, f ilie-. Usiury. tierry,Gtl> n.o e. Oorn an, lu ll, rJaralaon H - u of Tenn.; Uariltof 111 ; Hsjrnond, lilb'iArd, Hh.Uid, lto<i^l\Dd, Uouttoo, Howard, Jlaekton of O* ; Johnson of T-*m -, Jobaton of Kv ; J.-nes Kiu'man, Ker^, lia8*re, Lelfl-r Levin, blule? fi-M, Macn of Pa ; M?.r?had, Mason, atcC ernand, Mc? Donald McDowell, Mcl.anabtio, McLt e of <ld.; McLeau , l Ky ; toc.Vuilen. McWlnle, Aid eoead, Morton, Outlaw, Owen, furker, rVasiee, Pttmiin. Pblter ttl- bardson, Rob hlns fiot.lr.tcn, Hcsn. Boss, Savsge Shepperd, Staaly, Slat Ion of Tenn ; diaijion of Ky ; *t:onir Taompsonof Wlis : Theu pscD of Penn.; TD im ison "f K> \ Ttiurman, Tooni^t, Waldea. Watalns, Wellnorn, WncricA, Wilson, Williams and Tontrr. h>ya?Messrs Alrrnnder, Alec, fleeaett, Blugham, Br. wo. Miir.: B"rrows. Burl, Butler Conn.; Cable, Ohio; Calvin, Csn-pboll,Cha?dler Clark, Colco"k, Cole, Corwin, Cr-weil, D.ckey, DIiod, D.-tv, t);'.<r, D.tuc?n, Ourkee, tlvans, Ohio; Kealherston, s*ltcb, Kowier, Olidln^t, Gott, Ooild. HsI i way, Ilmlati. Hanl?, Ai*. Ht-btrd Uenry, llo indav, HoiuiH?. Howe, Hutih^rd, Hunter, Inge, Jack ton, N V.i Julian, King, R. I.; K'n* N.J.; lohn A. Klug, Preaton King, Menn, Mats j Mateucu. atcKittock, Mc Uetcbam Meade, Moore, Monis, Nelson. Nowail, Ogle, Sscieit. Saw,eile, Schenck, Schoolcr.fi. Seddon, Silvester, Sprairne. Stevens Pa: Station, 8?ietser. Taylor Tuck, Van ttyse VUton, Waldo, VVallBCO, Weatwortb, and Woodward A motion was made to reconsider the voto^but it was laid on tbe table Tno House then adjourned till Monday. THE JENNY LIND TICKUT-AUCTION. Great Enthusiasm-A Crowd?Rivalry. Notwithstanding the p iuriug raiD on 8aturday morninp, great numbers of pt-o^le wended their way down Broadway at an early hour, to attend tbe Ticket auction at Castle Garden for tho flrst Concert of Jenny Lisd. The charge of one shilling for admittsnooto tho Garden, a mistake afterward explained, produced some curious ebullitions; and in addition to the min, which came down in torrents suflicient to dsrap everybody's ardor at the. hour of cotnmenolng tho per ormances, no doubt doterrod a number who would otherwise have entered iuto the spirit of the scene with ardor. Atleaat a.000 persons, hoarovnr. were present, filling the whole body of the Garden, and ieavlng a goodly number to occupy tho balcony. The auotioneer, Mr. Leeds, appeared punctually at tbe time appointed, but his a'idience were com? pelled to waii in a state of uneasy expectancy for tha arrival of the oiagrams of the house.? These, hi Wt.ver, having been delayed at the print? er's, did rot make their appearance, and tho bid? ding was commenced without them. A good deal of confusion was noctsearily attendant upon tho sales in consequen.'o of this delay ; many of the seats were also destitute of numbers. Tlmso minor evils will be promptly remodiod, and at tho next anction there w ill be every possible facility for all to find their places as well as make their bids. Mr. Bakacm appeared a few minute before ther bidding commenced, and was greeted by the moet tumultuous and enthusiastic applause. He came forward to make lomo statements, expressing his surprise and regrjt that the charge for admittance had been levied, and dr:l?red that no one had been more astonished at thecircurosUiice than himself. Although ^e bad no legal r'ght to the house until Monday, he had it aa a inatte-r ol courtesy. Waaftve attempted, said he, to do more than was in the pow? er of human nature: it had been found impossible to perform every thing that was required within in tho brief space of time when the Garden wag net occupied by the Opera Company; heooe the seats were atili partly unnumbered, and the dia? grams had been delayed by the printer. After tend? ering his apologies in this frank and candid manner, Mr. Barnun announced that with the exception of a few seats reserved for the Press, there had been no reservation of the seats in any part of tho house; they were open to the choice of person* present. Mr. Leeds now mounted his platform, and made in orT-hand statement of tbe rules and regulations of the day. All tho tickets sold must be called for before 12 o'clock on Monday (to day); and, in case purchasers should again bo charged admittance to tho Garden, one of Mr. Barnum's agents will be in attendance- i at the Gate to dispose of them accordingly. All those net applied for at the time specified will be disposed of to the first person applying. The choice of Tickets was <? Id with the privi? lege of purchasing 1 to 10. No privilege higher than 10 was given. Now commenced the exciting struggle for the pipjt choice. The first bid was 820. From this starting-point tbe calls grew louder and more energetic. ' Twen? ty- five'?' Thirty'?' Thirty-five'?' Forty'?' Sixty' ?' Seventy-five'?' Eighty.' (' Give me the $100,, cried Mr. Leeds) 'Ninety'?Ose Hundred,' (Aucti'neer?'I've got it!;? 'One Handred and Five,' (' A very low price 1 Mr. Leeds.') 1 Oae Handred sni Ten,'? 'Twenty-five'?' Thirty'? 1 forty '?One Hundred and Fifty '?'One Hundred and Seventy-l'Ve '?'Two Hundred' (Loudobeors.) ?'Two Hundred and Tw*..vrir-Five' (*'M5-) Here there was at last a stop, and curious glsnce? were shot around to discover the fortunate candl date. ' Genin, Hatter! was announced. 6o the honor of the first purchase is fairly won by Mr- John N. Genin, the well-known Hatter, of No. 214 Broadway. The competition forthischo.ee w. very spirited, and there were many candidate. SrtJe ta-op. The announcement of the.success of Mr. Genin was receive* with a tremenioa* out burst of applause The beding ?hon proceeded with considerable rapidity, ?od 'm comPara,ive '1^'?^??*, though there were still abundant tokens of enthusiasm.? The second choice of seat* sold for ?25. Tho third brought #15. The stage-box on the left (four seats, t% 935 each,) was sold to the New-York Hotel for