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so ?'? Knw? H..t? w.il. laah.evV (? . ? 1 m?
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Bias of lMK> 10 Hi* I, sc. In l*x*is.mm flu Ah, t.i*->at?
ths sappositias, n ull I? ttd'nvd la casarer. artoi s nnt -
CBJ tllMMtlH Ol I! I U SB'.tfal apeSiBUBk ha a?J|i*ll
hu naoular i-'ace <-i l u??.*?* N? 121 t'uttoe-W H* ! a*
m sulcadisl s??.??;?., ut of wmt. 1 ran (or it,.- ladies, ?ud ie
?*)!? mu.-h -t ,..<..! ;nus, ? ? Hau1??,
Ham.ft, Datn a Co.*a improred
.Kobaa Piano IV-t.s t, r vut rseaaai ?**iu t. ba i etter
thai) an> fliers Th* lists ol IB* I mv i I , ' I, i J
soaaesy, st dihey stand ?,. ?eil 1:1 :'in*. ii...t ? (,,,
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rurotaaa I .?Loa, ?r. Malted t?> SlBABhw ?Bort
Tint' ' I '" .' ' 1 ' '??>?? Co ,\o Haas
???????, wiiei. laej t?-haand l'iu,.> ?airant*? i*
praUiparchtws^ialiiraaUalwiK.u, prior-from Sir.
0V.1.V. Ihki.t nulKH.
Stovb*! Shiirs!1 IStovis!!! ? Now is
?*? omm * ?voecot the ocas Air right Caokina Staves
?t?r wared u? It* Mako. VI ai jji'.t.i v Bat.? or ; ,
rueaey retains* AUo. iu hand. aad ^ u'? u'rwucral
aaaartassal i?f Parlor. 0.*ice and ?\..tv si. u, V
Bo ttprra renalnd, cleaned, ana out u' Job- u*
?iaa*|4't alBSt* t? !<y ?II 1.1 AM SOI lll\Ml l \
sJrae*c?w-b,-at , on* Bool iuru tar Sth at. u , .a \\ aha
tit* Lyon vsctild inform his friends
That BS iH.!UI*r e<, r ?u'.
Hta tat rat tuna. Sara as.t tnsra,
la each craaraWd it?r.> r . -
If a satldk r *r*r taar it
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Vau -n.i i.nj v j
la BUvsaiwar. Ns d tlDAW*
(iooD Aoticb ro Dtspiptb - ~TheOxv>
Biilil Mtsara ara a -ur* ?t>iiv?dt lor P>? *--m in all ?
'?*aje,tach a? aaai!a*h#.,li*art6ura t^tulaai-r,
fTTkT-^??*'**'?*"rn??*?? Ami iranarHl d*h Btp, hiim?
mm BMrawt ttsSBMassJssaw strraawssrai .1 u :.*ai
*ta? ta im SttM, fur aaV It
Paraal.- hj A b a D BaiMit, Nu u<s Paltoa nil
enttill A Co.. No. IIS, aad (? 11 Kmc N II ?t
?aah? UlMfAUUctn.jaU) ta it la.ii I M?lt>
lkb A Wkllb, Phrt'uii'oi?ista and
2^f>.<i;.BU,? "*n. ?*x*M N?aat. N.w York.
??s Ra. UlVaakivttnu ?t. V ? ..
f^'^r. BajBainff's Patent Braoea. and
aatrr-raniaaBi.pt?,, ftataaa N? IS M*rcar-?t a, u
? P. T. lUrnuni licnir? posj^vtly, erat
kiisan M*n*turo. the rumo, lhilt 1? to be a can?
didate fvr trotertor af CraBl,,,^ at ...c sprtuf
electnm ^
afU5XlBF3S BOTIOM
CHtxDftBft'h Paris H*ts.?Junt received
aad taw da? aflarad for ???*.?.*-n^ ?a^ ????. ?E ,,7.wf# a\
Caildrea t Par^r hat-. (.-1?. ?a Udi*? Ri?ibs Mat*, af
Para ataanfaeter*. egaa ad aoaaaw r?f"ra laiaort
ad at oflbted f< r ?aie i? tu? e*"'*"!- LSaBTa i p,
ttitar, an-l Sa ? atbea for Gaa-a' Ha??,
N.* i 1 ?an I At <-r Kn .aa. Broadwaf.
SBLLUtoOri".? I'l l cV Hl- MPUKiVH,
PJa TT?Bread*!*.c''^* ? ? - ?
ol Onmatiaea nsreoa??* ?i Iba lata :a't* Am Uaa aal??.??
the Mw-tas i-nrea Bich Bra ? 1 " r^u,
Kxtra ?aar? ? p>?. la r>ar th'o . ktt'% H???t. aapar. ??
to see iBid; 6-.-J ? I tad. 3< Cd f ?? ^'fV/j^?
"*bT. Vnra hen,. (. ^- vaiu And ?11 ^Zgf'
e,nv:i law. _ _
Windo , v.. !;;,.ef'uruiBS ^?
Ba C utaiaa. Otll Oaei ?te. ? ^^ ^ k1 Tt *
Ca.laia ?Ja lab ?? ?atajl d . ?'?? ?
Bssnt'-ow, Wo tSSj BraadwBjrj B?are ?? ,} uf
to Mo ?I aval' et.
ry Iio?s*keepi-f?. *"d *iloth?rs,in want
^, K " u' ? ?''O ?!o wefl tn call at M.
af BaAaiaf, B^V*,,* j ' u a . r. .. IM Ct iiBaai tt .
Fii-h^y-sriL^r.!, * >.??* ?xo ?* f? -^ t*? iB?aat m
il^rtatialaf artioiea u> U line, e ?
gf* jyur Tippets, B< FaPBrttelej
afeeery da<eri;t m B-:ottier Ljbi. ?' lea.Brtch, Ckm
thJIt taana* B r-Slk?d Jraaal >J ? lurli, a i
Oui.ii? Viilor.u?? Btd CaSaj Kaato ?? r 1. 'f-eta an I
frtatiriwaa.aad itn^r BarBeeSa.eaastei Ihai tm ,th?r
??a.itaac:ir. rlnl'^,,
Rihhoim' RmBo.trt!?A apleadid t??ck
of BiBBot". Mrcktfert at firt.. u and aellisr at k ties
r.rlcaa. laal ihar half h*ir r?:dl vniu*. ",ar SS >J it
Hrr< hco' k A LLanoa atbm'h, Ha. SiT Bread way, ?m-r
X-Auaard ?t
rV Ladifs who de.?ire feo kcfi> M the win
ter af otirdaooatTt" at hap, by ahiaMB sakaMitS
fSeaat wftk Par. wid fin<i a' ORWia'l an irrnirnaa assert'
maat BfTMSariasa, ttifT?, l'ai*? nod Caflh. fr m the
Preaucra BVaunea and sali!ea thatteoB the Medal at the
A wann? lattitnte, tu >ha cht a per hit >?t aliaaat teti,
aawassissTlartea, htbikaadl aehella i'h*> -re&il
of taeaew pat'eriit iiA'.oi o iu Paria, and ladiea who ara
jaaseecf I ura will tee at a r/iance that the Basertaaaal j>
a iu -?i Mawraai aaiTa*oae. Bbwisj,
No. II I Bi<-aJway, op petite St. Paul'*.
Nbw Goodb and Gbbat Baboaijis.?
HlTt H'OOK B Li. ?"i.kai KR. No aar Broadway. <? .n ?r
Jjaoaard at., hare I.*'a i< a*iviDf Mew Uuodt froat An<"
ajaa. aataas whieb ate ?r,?i* heautifti hriptl I i InraS plaid
BawhiBia, atott ?tMi .'de <?ou?, which, wim tMtfether
ataeh of Bu? ?.8ha?i?, Clesaa, Bteriaoa, hi . a,?- ,tha| aie
aalliae out oaeap.
8hawi.s,Shav. lb, a 1 <? hr 11 Baroaibb ?
Hit'Hiock A Lbadbbstbb, Kx Jt: Broadway, sotaei
Laoatrd-at hai* Bi ? n re Inoiur ifo- i nf their n I u
dld alack ef Bhaa >? hi d wnl '"H a -u .er; r VSml la .r
fchawi. worth at least ll.fer fS.and ihaii Jiri Uick "f
ScottS Wtkd, Bne-?. h y ?fite .? id uthel Bhawla, L B|
aad BsBara, is the mi.* tat at_
Hbmeky, (I r ?i% K- ?np I'sriKit ? i o i him',.
?PBSsBBSJ ihvut precarraa the .- Winter rap] ? -?r* re
?uadtxl that, at the il'i far' i. Ne 13 Cantiiae st. thai will
ladaeeasfMe aaaeilaieal lot . sa,? asaaadcaildrea,
watch will hs ?' 'I ithai seel ?? an 'a.ices
dl ?ITaThAi* BOBBRl Bt 1*1 i t.
Ladikb' BbavBI Homm: i I.? L '<!ies will
Bad at Bama'h, No IBS fhnal tt ....ma'ei Weseter ?t .
a full Bssssepeal <a dish, saaah, aars whaa aad alas real
Butiaeta of th- BsBSl fmh oouhle thap. -
Shirts thai bk*.i< tub STABIP <?k Ei.b
tiAMes" ?Tie psealtai ?ethed af riitiBf * he itjrte ?f shin to
Usitrte of fiifiira, partaed at Oretn's. Nj 1 Ast ?r llou?",
is fisina aniTsrssl latadBetiew Otdi rt com* tn frost the
rataotast par's oi th. t aim. Bo atoeh for ir.varul la 8*a,
and UBThryiBC puneteabtr
HT* OBartictpen'a FaniBawinffB, sb Fur,
Bferino. Bilk sad I awV*r m.'?ol Basaralurti sad Drawan.
Bearfb, Ciavut?. r... . i it.:?.'?, OAsree,Hoassrr,Be ,ha .
Stay Im fouad at Hi,nno, s A lbapbs ATBRrB, Kb. Ml
Braadwaf, ovrner Lei.nve tl.,aod a' arsBBl Btwoh haloa
thanrdiaarr tatest Beatllia'a Furnish, nc 8'.'tSK.
TlIK JilCAD-WI'ab i BII8 BF <ilN. I'vVI.OIt.?
P. L HoosK-, who-e store i? on the B n el I t Ovid and
f'altoa sts., is BBS i it.'.-1 .oiieiit a-ln ir? is . I h e . f
Baeas Vitts, wie,,? Cr... r,.,i..rd ?< fai si '? Beoacanied,
to kasso hia asji.e r,: .1 S? . aastaad ? ba/ora Ihaayaaai
hie eoantrraira. Ut hu system of seiiine ready-made
Clash me ebaap. f. i < ?ih. he i? als,, aiaii - foi hirruM 'f aa
savBaMs lapatatiBfl as aa aaterpiaaaf tiadeswsa Tie-te
who waat neat tnd n> i) riothine. ut fmr prices, shoald out
Bai M at*a a Bali ta the " Head ataurtera of Oos ;
Be (*ai tmu s ! BbScobomb il!?There
it not a pi.jsie'su ? i iay eattoeaeo la the eil wl id si ael
sdtwei.il to i, em ? irrn BlBstti I sdw| irraeatt at I hbiaea
soa, and who rai.net tell af thedanrtr af BeflaetiasTo do
so. Taa deataad for BBderaarav laahoa luairsrsal
dsBisnt. Tu meet it BaBHIB B Bur, Se I SI H.
SSS saaaanMSshi ? nd eenstaatly inpertiai Ina ter heal
d?seri|4.iiii-i Bdk, Weaieaaad M?t ao Uadeiahhrts aad
Paats, ahn h have r?. 'ne ! the lpt>ra-val ol ti e ,M du d
Faealty, sad win, h thsy 'an *ell st pneea stsii 1 iwi i tl. ta
tame rataulishnu M- ehars* for luferiot aai .Is
ClaOAXB UtB OPBBA CliOAEB AI \ ABBAT
luv otmr ?tin. itooca a Lsaobeateb,Mo ft Hr..ad
wsy, eainer < f i ? narS st, iiave >???? nr th* pr ce
of their spitndii! ai suit BIB at af 1II ... I ? an 'Uli rme
tho laolaa Bou s i u s striata whan
th*> eaaasSaa ihaai .\i.. ?!? >i \. t hstaab?a astaa
?lid aaaasAWeal al Bbawlt Bilks Meriac ?. lie Lajoaa.
V i'd? Ao Be., el the) art i ". mi it v*n (frenl
hart? id t
Tukm? Nix?! i Sacripb i '? Tin Mbmstbb
Ctarai Bstabi.Iii 'im1-a shales treiu mt Maaaaaa
sbask af ihres-plj rarpaM, rosa, aiatt tl let bit oorers,
ell i lotto, 'nil . e , ? \ , ? l
Ii I a am AaDBBsos . ?* bob an, r*.l at ta > thirds their
ralaa The 1st. .--t assostiaaal aval aahibtted la this city.
tw*" I)rt>s, Double* aole, Fiahiog, KunU
ttisr. Widtia,". It d as, Bareaya 1 neers ". I I
s'twi's lino's Iis'i i u.d ski -v In-- I :.ac .
no . BSBSjs si.d ?. h ' iui.i's No. Ill Full si
nw MsrT?Ai'h
K2Nabmai -m."-nnoi-iiuhrr?-' Uutotl \ -o
aiatiaa Baots h.i. si - ? . ?
J. Ks LiMitf'inK?, Jit} 1(10 Broadway,
tatpansj d reel Boa waaal atarers tad art la at a reis
tmnll tdtsast* on i. i' prk ?, Ihi rithttl . i
asaoilaanioi .'??e.'iy, Waleaas, Mlveranre, t'saot Artv
cas.Ac.ialH faaod luthsiaiy. Paitieadesuii topur
ehase shankl aol f;ul lo eall u, ia hiai aud ? isaui * i it
streA d-' J rnfhaJi i
A PkAt nrt L PKrstBBr FOB CniLDRCB.?
Tb? Jeuar I.ibiI P '.' *^*ls- a istirfeet Imitalkta al lean
LtadWl dress, style. Bad le-slur*. Thssssih* moat ?lBf aal
artinhs at in* an.-' n, aad m h bs < la s< it rnltle't
laupawi.ra , f ? sn, s t.<?>ds, N a ll.es I , t, Ao, N? Iii
Bi,.s.i?.i> IV A cl arc i its i irti et i ? ?
adastad for llstisU) Pit ate ? baad .,:
ss ahem
KesarBTB Correct and beautifully i Be.
rutrsj utuiAtnres efth.? RtaatrioBI Patriot, aet tilth l>ia
uvuada, Btiat'slfls an) Hut'.es, (Kossuti rotors,) v. th
i'eassB, assl ?Ui> Mr da taHtsss in ?h i. ..i lt.- ,
"WfS, usehaas, Btooehcs, Oaatraaa aad aVsrt s .
hut) utiis at a Jen ,\ t',i', in min . tar.af swelsrs, Ac
Mo, vt'sBiaaAaitt, l. t??mtrwius a?^i i'u.n.
dl 6ti m 11 as -
Thei V. 8. M stea?lshi,i Soa-horuor,
('apt Dtehlrsc'n, fr. m Ch-ile?ton. arused ve-terd.y
?jrnin^ We ate indohted to oar f::ensU of TAs
4>-an*r and e. ? ?
W.W-YORK TOimilVK. I
NEW-YOE*. TU'rjWfM^MC. t. m l
lt.pi'? ???? *l?riiinf.
? b the Senate, yesUirdav, after aome pre?
liminary bueiiees, Mr. Foot* mared lo
have the blank'? in hii KutWIl IWtlulail
filled op, arid fpoke hi aonae length ia ref?
erence to his extraordinary merit*. Mr.
Daw so* of Ga. opposed the resolution in
toto, on the eeajej gn and of its hajag unpre?
cedented to offer such an oration to a for?
eigner. Mr. Hale of N. EL 3x;.?ree-?Ci a
hope that the restiution would pass amend?
ed, and he proposed an amendment to the
effect that an assnrar.ee should be given to
Koftatii that the Senate sympathized vrith
the oppressed everywhere, and entertained
the hore the! the universal rights and lib?
erty of man would be everywhere reoog
r .zed. To thi** Mr. Foot* replied in bu
gaage unworthy the 00< asion. the object,
and the assembly.
Mr. Hale in re tor* said he wished to -ee
Kossuth in Washington, that he may act as
a living and signal reproach to our oppres?
sors at home. Let him not therefore ap?
proach the Capital, until at least -oiik- gen?
tlemen give security against the exhibition
of nl manners and ill breeding
Mr. Cars supported the resolution, and
was caustic as te Senator Halo's course.
Mr. I RDM WOOD opposed the re-olution DD
many grounds. The discussion was con?
tinued, Foote. Underwood and Case being
tj." principal speakers. Tbe hour bf ad?
journment arrived before a vote was taken.
The HotTSl transacted no businesaexci pt
mere routine, and adjourned over to Satur?
day to give time to the Speaker to appoint
the various Committee-. A little attempt
was made to raise the remuneration to mrm
bera foi reading the newspaper0, but was
defeated.
W e derete noei Of our space to repoits
of the official departments, to the exclusion
of mueh othei matter.
Iio-stilh b? forr the "In-*'-.
The Magyar Statesman and Orator will
be received by the City Corporation with
appropriate ceremonies and will be enter?
tained by them in a l>:in<|iiet. where of
course he will explain himself upon the
history of the event* in which he has played
I lea.lino- part, and the etVttl of his visit to
tin- country. The Preaa lia\< also anode
1 rej aratioaa to ofTer him a Banquet,?a most
appropriate etfp on their part.?where he
will make another address, and it is proba?
ble that he will he similarly entertained Kv
other !>odi< s in the Citv and vicinity. His
s-j eeehei will be spread far and wide
?trongh the journals and will be read by
million*.
But this is not enough. The Ma
j deii.c not only to read uli.a ho ante to ???>?/
' but to meet him face to face and to he ir
! the voice whose sound baa 10 roused and
in-piied the mas. es of his own people,, and
at this day so disturbs and terrifies the re>
pote of their conquerorsandtyrants. This
d< sire we are sure he will be forward, aux
ious to gratify. N ilh. a view to give it ex?
pression i brief address has been prepared
requesting him to meet the people of the
City without distinction of party, at Castle
Garden, en loojt earlj day alter bis public
reception.
Copies of this address will be left tbia
i ntorttiag for signatures it the offices of the
dail] papers.
t he l*i <?? i?l< itr- ri?'??.nyc.
To edit I party newspaper after a very
' common pattern must be an easy t;t-k. To
praise whattver is done and reitomnaended
?' by the leading men of etrr patty, and decry
w ith equal thoroughness all that ia auggeated
on tlte other side, requires neither judg
! Mai nor thought. To be able |o tell which
1 way the wind blows is a very gent nil at
I tainine r.t; to determir.e from what quarter
it will or ikould blow, is far more dillictilt.
If lite day shall ever arrive wlnn our jour?
nal* shall ciu:sider public men, their acis
and n arniestoe?. with even aa much inde?
pendence of party tits aa is rommooamong
1 the leading journals of aaaTO,M . it wiil be 3
happy one tbf our co uitrv
Pieeident r^titaoaa's Message is not
ch tiactt riiud by signal 01 iginality of
thought DOT vi_or of statement Us best
I oii.i is the at undance of its facts, coupled
with the >ene;al brevity of its recoat
monaiatioas. Wc think aefoisaei M< ssape
, ever touched so man) topics, and hardly
ore ever devoted les* uttcntion to any one
favorite hubby. The President recom?
mends to Congress action on many points
whi h he does not stop to ^ive reasons for,
. and in this he acts wisely. Gtsjaj meas
I "res will tectire u'iuuuaiit an?I able ad
^ vocacy in the Committees and on the lloor
I of either House j the t onstilution. in im?
posing on the President the duty of awaking
j recommendations to Congress of euch legia
' lative action as the interests of the Country
should appear from time to time to require,
; did not anticipate at las hands a:i elaborate
pettifosging of all tht -rcat questions
which excite and divide the C o untry. If
he indicates what action > n'pared of
CoajgTOOO, he has done hit dutv.
And. while the best characteris'ie of this
Message is the abundance of its fact*, its
prevailing defect is a noa Moertion, ihnoat
non-recognitien. of principles. All :s
second-hand, superficial, make shirt, and
much is temporizing, timid, irresolute.
Kven with regard to cur Foreign Rela?
tions, to which so large a share of the
j Mir saa?e is very properly de Toted, while
! its statements of facts >how a commenda
J b!e aiaciity and assnJuitj ia the fulfi lment
j cf tvr fMt-viec? '.o FoaaVifl Powers, ?ho
iead;r i* ?fter befogged with regard to the
prirripk?* which bare guided the Presi?
dential co-irse. The denunciation of Fii
buoticriim is pretty wul expressed, the
claim for the United States of having led,
net followed, ether Nations ia establishing
anJ loJbrciag the J ct: ir.es of neutrality
and non-i.-terrenticn is just and hippy:
rod fa ra.ee the cleir eriunciatioa of a vi?
tal principle ia very anally achieved in the
paragraph reVui'.i- g, 1 Frieajdljf relations
'wiih all. l it entangling aliiances with
4 none." Th&t is altogether the most com
pa'tly and forcibly ex,r?seed of any por
tjoo of 'ho document. We ar3 rot per?
mitted to know precisely what the Preildent
proposes to do in ease ''the strong arm of
a loieign power i? invoke 1 to sti''e public
sentiment and repress the spirit of Free?
dom in any country," b it Hie drift of the
paragraph is rood.
Hut what do's the President mean with
respect to the Right of Search ? Does he
intend to assert Gen. Cass's indefensible
doctrine, which See rotary Webster so forc?
ibly combated some years ago? That''a;
iegularly documented American vessel" is !
not to be overhauled by a foreign armed
ship or fleet, is not a disputed point. The
practic&l uestion is this?Have the Na?
tional vessels of Foreign Powers a riihtto
search vessels display ing the American dag
tw nrticr to ascertain awl $UUtmimt) their
right to its / ^election f We hold that tiny
/?ace? that on any ether hypothesis. Piracy
would be universal and prosecuted with im?
punity : for a pirate, when pursued by any
armed vessr 1 not American, would onl v have
to hoist our flag to shi< Id him from harm ,
and if one of our vessels were the pursuer,
he would only be oblige d to hoist some other
; banner. The acquiescence of other Pow
? ers in this do. trine would be disastrous to
j honest commerce throughout the world, in
luding ota own.
The tine and necessary doctrine, as we
nnderetand it. is, that the Nations of the
earth have a common right of Police on the
j high seas: and that a duly commissioned
National vessel ma\ -top any vessel of in
....
feiior force and n quire her to L'ive an ac?
count of herself. If she claims t<> be
M regularly documented" by some nation
other than that of the vessel making inqui
j sition. she can be farther dealt with only
i at the peril of the Nation in whose author
? ity the ecarch is m;ule. The Ki^ht of
i Search extends only to the asc< rt iinment
j of the true character of the vessel raising
j a friendly Bag . if she demonstrates her
right to carry that flag, the search can go
DO faithcr. If, on the contrary, the se.irch
prove her a pirate, BfllOggier, or slaver,
without regular papers, she may be dealt
with accordingly, without regard to the
i'ae she so impudently ami impotently par.id
I o.l. And i?\u.?il.l -' i? i t-.Milnilv <to.Muiu-nt**(r
reeselbe honestly misjudged lawless and
treated accordingly, the Nation by whose
siJthoiity the inquest was made must pay all
i damages i if the misjudgment wore dis
J honest and simulated, the act is one ofhes>
I titlitt.to be resented accordingly. We be
, lieve ao other doctrine than this will at
j once protect the Freedom of the Seas, and
pe rn-it the extirpation of pirates and other
? buses of llags which they have DO right
! to display.
With regard to our commerce and tii?
Tariff, the President's facts are very in
? struotive and his .commendations judi
( ejeus ; but we would have gladly seen
; them based on a clear foundation of Prtn r
ple. Our Tariff ought to be revised, not
' only because of the facts stited by the
Presides!, but bcr-anse immntshlll Princi?
ples rendered certain from the outset that
such evils as the President portrays, it' w t
; greater, must have resulted from the ?u!?-ti
tutien of the Tariti of 1846 for that of 184*.
'1 he Pn sidenl is very right, so far as he
goes, with respect to the .Mineral Lands of
Calii ? rr.:a. It would be most unwise to sell
them in limited quantities, or is any quan?
tities, at preaeut. Better let every one who
thooot I have a dig it them under the judi?
cious regulations and precautions against
n BOpoTj whh h the miner* have established
imong themselves. If the President could
have tak^n a step further in advance, and
reec*n**?nded Fro* Land- limited areas
/ r the Act'ial Settler a> J no Lamh ttm
mi n for thi Mnnnpoli.rt and Sj<< u-ator,
h* would have t ptitled himself to the grati?
tude of Millions i.ow living and of hundreds
1 of Millions yet unbern. We shall not be
it uired hang to deplore the omission of this
reeomaseadation from the Animal Ifeasages
to Congress.
W ith regard *o the Improvement of Riv?
era and Haibors. the Presidents* i lear, ur
' gent ar.d right. We trust the present se
sicn will see a River and Harbor bill ma?
il rod and pressed to a tii.al vote before its
d) :u j monier t?.
We dissent entirely from the President's
re con ii 'Tidnticn at an increa>e ofthe Army.
Let One Ot BOOT* regiments of our present
Infant.y force be nit. tinted for frontier scr
J vice, but let not the rv.mber be increased.
If more are r ceded ia the West let a rent
; n?snt or tw o be embodied from among our
surplus Naval (V eers 4 waiting orders ' in
lie Fast. The re wonts' be enough of them
leu sat all practical purposes.
As to "rawgnniiing, the Naval Estab?
lishment" with a view to ecru my, we fear
that end would not be attaa.ed by any
change which hi likely to bo etlected
j However. let us have i bill drawn ininaa
sidercd.
The Naval Academy w? ?oos-der *g:o?s
aid costly humbug. Since * tha three wuo
men in Gothtm wrr.t to sea in \ bowl,' do
lanfjeeJ rxf*riatttl crcr been acre
jjbU|abiy abeurd than this. Ilowevc-, [el
it wsg.
The Financial state of ihe Peet-41 E te
Department, in view of the lite reduction
of the Rate** of Po-stxge, is a subjaot of just
congratulation.
A codification of the statutes of the Uoi
ted States is obviously desirable. So is the
ereation of a Communion or sone tribunal
oiher than Congress for the settlement of
Claims againtt the United States. We re?
gret tiie necessity of believing that the con
duet of some recent Claim c-o.nmisr.iins has
rendered the assent of Congress to any MCI
action as is requisite very doubtful.
Th? erection of wings |o the Capitol of
the United States is a scandalous waste of
Public Money. The Capitol i* large enough,
while m< re convenient and better looking
than it will l?e ifter several Millions shtll
have been expended in building wings to it.
But it is idle to waste breath on such sub?
jects.
?Ai to Fugitives from Pondage?one of
whom the President and I 'ongre^s are about
tc \ic with each other in honoring?we can*
i ot sii deeply regret as does the President
the difficulties experienced in InUkd^uffittg
and forcing them buck into Slavery. Tint
diff eulty has its origin in the nature of tin''
case? oi rather, in the eternal laws of (tod
written on the hearts ot'humane and con?
scientious men and women. Every uneor
rt'pted human soul is natttTttDy an ally aid
accomplice of the fugitive escaping from
Slavery, anxious that he may not be over
i taken, and ready to speed and cheer him on
bis way. Ten thousand prayers ?stend
daily in M half of the (lying bondman, not
! one for the suceess of his pursuers. There
is not even a Doctor of Divinity so totally
depraved as to be able heartily to pray that
the pursuer may triumph in the recapture
! of the fugitive. \or docs the President,
though he roundly BSSOrta it, produce one
particle of proof that the Constitution re?
quires any sueh enactment as the Fugitive
Slave Law or any enactment at all on
Ihe subject. The Constitution enjoins
! and prohibits many things, with regard to
j which Congress has never thought proper
, t<? take any action whatever. The Con?
stitutional provision respecting ' Fugi?
tives from labor or service ' appears to be
addressed to the Sfatt*. and contains r.o
shadow of intimation that lcgiilati<>n by
Congress would be required to give it
efficacy. The President's assertions that
Congress *' tmui from necessity first a* I on
the subject " is disproved by the fact that
no action MO* taken by Congress for some
years after the Constitution went into ope?
ration. At length an act wa* passed Urbich
covered the whole .'round and was quite
I b " it in its provisions. No proof has
been given that that law was iiiellicaoious ;
noLody |>< titn.nrd lor its repeal 01 mo.hlioa
tion ; when lo ! the act of 1850 was eon
cocttdto ' agitate 1 and convulse the Nation
? :i;i act tyrannical in it- spirit and atro?
cious in several of it- provisions.
The President deceives himself if he
si i pose- that the spirit of opposition to thi
law is diminishing. If the slave-catchers
? nil] allow it to foil into disu-e,there can be
\ little difficulty in :? tsining it on the Statute
1 b ' ka. Put w here ver the People are per?
mitted to SCO its practical working, there
tl cy n impelled to hold it in deeper and
deeper abhorrence; and if one-half the
m i itives now- living in the Free States
were subjected forthwith to its provisions,
its preservation would he morally impo-si
h!e. 1 To be hated it needs but to be seen.'
And if' our Liberty ar.d our Union1 are
based on our alacrity in depriving our fellow
men of their liberty and tearing them from
their wives and children, as Holding and
others were torn without the privileges of
Ifahea.s Corpus and Trial by Jury, then is
'our Liberty 1 a fraud and 'our Union's
4 covenant with Death.' The President
will live long enough to barn that on these
joint- he is grievously mistaken.
Fl miiSK krom BvtVOi Avkes.?A letter
reoetred by a firm in this I By gives Use following
rentes >>f the Sute of laini;? betwten Onhe and
l r uiia. With so many contradictory statements.
v%e mutt nait for :uithcr disclosures before we can
iorsji SB opinion of the progress of tne war
Bie>.? Avar-, Thursday, 0-t. IJ. IBM.
* "li e h:n lurrendcred. and bis officer! hare taken
relege on board tttc favsafB ?e?iele of warut the
Bneeo, Pome of tlifru were pursued by their own
i ; .: ? ?:? :.: t: ?. mould hare been tortured
to death, i rqntxa u*- aceouipmhed tan w.tnout
the aid of the Brazilians and without firm? a t>hot.
'I he lot* of this army will prove a revere one to
flora* ?>niy a ;ew werk? ago he tent thetn a !arr?e
artits ol 'niinr, elothu.g and money, which will
low faU mto the Baads of tfraeina. it it said that
the Brazilians mil traaapott nil L'rantsa^i infantry
to Entre R1m in their steamers, and th;a expedite
matSari ^really.
7trie are a tl.ousard rej*>rt? in regard to the
move c:c:.ts of the Br iz.'nr.s and I r.;*:iza and Rotas,
ai d it ta hard to know ?hat to beiiere But one
thing ia certain, tbat I n.;'i;*a will et.me here, ai
the ugh be will probably, in tie first piaee. revoJ i?
aiie icme of ;he upper province s
AscrUtSBOa Hi i.nies.?Tmm Herald of
to-day. fej referring to kreaSSShep Hughes'! sermon
delivered in the House of Representatives soae
USas -u.ee. at the re^uert of the le-ding members of
bstj lioures of Congress, says
- How did be requite thi? irerality, and this mark
' re.'pcit to L;s religion 1 By delivering a ?ecnnaa
. ne that btavaeal the reiigK.ui feelmxtof hu
a .cifiicc, and excited the deepen- inuignat.on He
ir as never invited t.uce, aj.d never will be aeaia.
We rnocld Matten that on that occasion he got
hira.*e'f innted.
\\ ith the :..^tter ire olre.! in the ^ ovc caargis I am
thoroughly acc.uair.ted. t..i therefore SSB ..ad do
* >y. with undeniable truth, that he had nothmj to
OS OtHl fetting up tte inntat on, and tna| the di>
OSarsS was unuiually well receired by the Members
of t oi grcss present amoog wham ?*? t^e rener
atle Joits tirevev A. a>?-. who went op to Dr.
Baahssal lit clore. abook hands with him m. st
M a."v. and eipres??d U.inaelf delighted wits
IBs -ttinn 1 Bnse rot happened to meet l>r
Hi _he< BtJOa hit rctum from Europe, and make the
al re natemrnt from my ?wn knowledge of the
' kf, ?m 'rom my o?u sen-: of ,u>tice.
.Nt- i>?. liet. j.iiii. w. E aobi-<?<?.
IT We pablash this rnorr.me a summary
I the Report ti the sVcrctary af the Interior
v.sahaM aaaleavoi toa.^rr.jw v-j uui .->t>ji (bs
L riUc ioccrneot.
BT Bf et Set A rrl val af hiswatith-llawaartaita at*
ihn t1isvsls*lr?l Prepwrlwa far Mi , reblli
1> rBoti*tra<irw on .Vaieit Island
Iretiafj the wl.uu? of )ee;l*ri!if greit
rotmcereof prrscrs were arnkWMaf I nh'Bs; MM oa ;
Siatra I?iai<] for tbo arrival of the Hur nidi, bear
inc toe laWetraWM Magyar t hie', but ap to dark laat
night, not the ?h?btest jlirapse *u aal !>e seeaof the ',
' gsl'sU trsrtl It'-nrs the d?v rn isy p*r?o.n ca'.Js 1 1
apoa Dr Deeae, toobwtn some ui.'.irtnati >nc>aeera
:re May airiral i mf eg tbeee aere Herr Bioppel. a
j Bavarian Artist.w.Vo w.-? OeaUfSi t.i ir'.te tisettuntry
' cn account of fa<? litxnl ten:cn:tes. M VVaoxin
I atte, a Russian lVi-. v*rto ;<?os la active p?rt in the
PVtifh rt solution.ind was obits; ed to les.se l.tiouctry
' to irotec*. t is Irr. and n.any Atti foreisiners. wbo
Mad M: i\t,e r e* tM the great tnu. w ho is July axd
hourly eipectao ni.?n oar sbore?.
At 11 o'clock yetterdsy morning tbo Hungarian
' exiles who attired in lb* Misst-ippi, headed by
loi Bcrifiicrey, Baa unter the direction of Mr Nel
! son ar?l Mr rbi'Im. two of the officer* of thi
' stearter. pr^ veCtd to Stiten Islani. to piy their
respttts to Dr. Doane, and pre. are for receiving
tf.?:rt> virnor Ihey !\ri?d ?tili them a letter ot
atstafa H i fr-?-.i the Mi vor. acJ they wa:tci on the
DrM or at kM reMtier.ce. He informed them thtt
I tl tit ?ae but UtUt okrlil.ood of the arrival of the
?'.earner '.hat day. but generous'y offered to give them
' a ?* Democratic Kcpub.ican accommodation.'' if they
th< tight proper to rimain on the I-tnd till it did er
i rite. Thi> they i eclmed witn gr, at p ..itene.-s. B I
they ap|*oii.:c.i eight ol toe mo t de rote J lOiiOWSn of
ho.-autti, to wait ..no receive BMI ?kould he arrive
Cum e the right These eight were tec anan >Jstrd
in a house belorgirg to tne Doctor, win ti he set
aprrt for tl.eir u?e.
A dtmrnr eft four'-;etti was then prov.ded for 1
the wbole company, which kkstj par too a of with
ti.ui!. plea-tire . after wknii tliey were laowi the !
>uiloi roonia set a, art for their Mndor. rritk which
t:.() expressed Iksiaitlrfri rttj mu.lnat sie 1. in
the afteti.o. n tbry rtturiicl to the < ity. with the ex
j cepti* u ui the tight ofbctis. who tiec.one the guests
..; Hr. Doal e foi iho present
t.rrat prei arions arc Lie rg made by the people of
the I .van,), .nei sfcmoaetratMB, perhaps the largest
v. La b e i r took place lucre, i\ ill be got up. to honor
the Greal 11 n ? ?? it antol the principM ot Libert).
as Ko'suth Ins beer, Oklled. Three l'tibli. Meetings,
elite I y t riular.havc been held at tne Military
Hall, \ ,-n<'i tl .it's Landii -. and Ike inotemeut trat
I tomrrenctd t?v tt?n>-?;is111j.* l?r IV iue a? ( Uairmtn.
i.iiu Mr. J - i . ti an b* Secretary. Thr ?eatlBgn,
i atter n,ati.ro Ci .itierat Out, Bj pointod ? cencral I otn
uiitt* e oi Til persons to superintend the arraase
uter.t> a i i m mutet oi ') to draw up an a Idreoa a
Conatittceol 19 for arrangingn receipt! oa an Act?
ing Coaseaittas of Id ami a committee of r'tnance,
com -tin? of airorM
An orator ol the t'ay was selected. Mr Uichard
Vcr.ms Li-eke. :md he sti.l read the addrc?> 1' ??*,,
Msrshala, Mr. Muuhori < Toapkion, and Mr ilot)ert
C Wetiiiote. Mere appoitittd. and 11 Marshal's Aids,
SBOng win in are Mr. II? le. Mr. d. E. l ee. Mr.
I \\ S. Vandrrbtlt and Mr. t.corttc OafOOd
tMrgomaqno, capeblaof holding 3,000 persona,
\w;s erec t 1 )esterday on Ike knoll, in front of Dr
Vanrcrbilt's hi o?c. on Kti limcnd ro .d, and above it
w as hoisted the llniutariaii LUf. In the enter of the
ttnt a large piallorm tsaS been erected, to accouuiio
datr Koasuth, the CommBTee. and the Press, aad
this is to tc ornamented with the Hungarian and
Ana-m an banners. The I oinmittee have prot idad
a great number of POSSatSS. ssktck i ontain as tn'u
-lon ot the American and Haagarfasa SOSOTS, each .
ope forming a Dcsutful star, and these art mtfndci
to be worn on the OCCBSefla.
Oa the day of Koasathr? arrival, aitice will be
sent to ail lac townsb.ps ?n '.he Island, by special
messengers, sad signal iiags will tie hu.stt d on th o
net* btuldingon Pole BillTtolhs west of the i^uir
*Pttnt ground, on the < ourt llottas at Btrhianad.
and i n the I'ort Kn limoiul Hotel, t'n the foUoerlBg
n aralng, at io o'clock, the ffftiftar the BtBttary and
civil COmpsniaa, baatiaa Hags am! banner:. ami ac- ;
companlad by Dodsnirta'abraaa head, w ill assemble
i n las street south ol the Sluitrantinc gruiin 1. and
tht re reran la procccetoa acaistaaa aad four horses
v.iiitc in rsarliasas to ooatray ffoiataos Koasuth
fiim Dr. DoaaOiS, and tin carriages will be
prorkfad i*?r the othar refugees Iron Haagar) sad
whin ail is pn paied the proLCsaiv.n will move under
?Mdirection oj the Marshal, tottio Tent oa llich
iiiond Road, whete the address will be pro.entod.
aad the recaption b] Iks people of Rirkatond Coaa*
tv take place. Tlus completed, the procession will
iiga.n fcim .nid return v ill, the Magyar toiiicresi
dt nee of I'r Dome
In rilithnaiillir meeting ol the peopls was held
lust night to decide upon the line ot inarch and order
of the ntoossMon. aiat the wholo of the ainuige
meat- w i re coaapsstad.
'I he greatust us. its.ruso.1 uxi.ta aiuunasl I tie inhab?
itants of Matt n Island, and no less than three yignal
Ragl have been ordert d to be kOStSMd on '.lie first
si^lii oi the stsaraar. _
Tli* Iteport of the Secretary of ihr Interior.
'I tw Report <?i Mr. S n utr, Secretary of
the Home Department, in vor lengthy ami able.
Lut wo can liu'l spaca only for tht Maoaiaf,
qnopeei laif lasaaina;,
The followit.g ti'jlr slio.vs lite sstimates of tlie
Depaitment of the Interior, established for the first
time bv the a. t .?f l- I :
ISsVst. ISA I.
Ii? partmanl proper. 'jt- *,*ji> <>,} u,oi7 30
Land lervice. bM0,lM 40 l.-.'sl.ttld 17
HdiRii affairs.1,441.471 tc i,.ti:i.vrn m
Psaston i?ilice.IJkM.7M .11 l.joO.oio <xr
f 'fit.-us. ? ?. - ISOvOBO GO
l lilted States t ottrts. Blt,747 On u.'2,llj3 00
PnhUc buildings. Ibl.fTS O? llM.Sot 71
Psapar htnattca. IBjaBBOl lOyOfM to
Agni uittir.'.l statistics. 9,900 00 j.jOO <)V
Peoitectlart of tue D?trict
of Columbia. 11,000 gg '.210 00
MsxMaa aVsindan Survey, lou.ooo oo tKsj.ooo Bj
Totals.'/?< .IM7W3 47 gJ.?o? 3*< 04
A rsfarsaet to tat airirrcgate of the two columns
wilt scon thatthe estimates for the next >car are
!???>? by pl.ld'.,'W 13 than those for the present fiscal
tear, although Ikay embrace many items of U'ge
snasaat tor naw ofcjscts not embraced in the em
nsMs for tfct present vear as, tar axampM, 0130,
t 'H) for the census, and upwards of 1300,000 for Bar
v. tu g the public lands in ( aliforma
DKIAttr ai nt IBOPES.
I ndtr this head the estimate for the ne\t fla tal
vi r sicca i that for the rsreeeal #7,i77 so. TkM
ri mil fro n r.? fatl tkat at laa expiration of the laat
? -< ;il yea/ un< tpentled balances of fon.ier appro
jti .ti?r. r, |. ,tried. a? stated in my last annual re
t < rt.wbich bn ii^ht the estimates of the present year
be...w tri? lr e^ tiip ile amount.
la no iiavru.
'i he eaaatati .'or the la at vear aawMat*
ad to. OB30,I33 'i0
To th'8 a'd (he nii.ount ap
; popriak d it fan ia-t se?
ra u for rattluig Laad titles
in l ahfr rn.a.txi.O-sj Sg
Thai for v rvey?of the pub
i lard-. aOjBBJ M
Mid the turn unbraced In the
present rt lim St TS to meet
OeBctneias for tlie present
)*ar.f Jv,.'hi} 00
-gtjBMaB oo
And the expenditures properly chargea?
ble to the prr.-eut II ar will be shown
to w.|l,0tO,457 .0
The estimate tor the nett hscal year
ui ottr.is to. 1,964,1)10 17
Doarael tie m i mbra'.ed ttierem to
SB) < t Ci geStaaMa in tne present year 199,109 (si
\r ? the ajr.ount chargeable to the ;.. tt
v?ar:s.11,139.011 17
Be'itg I'D eicesa over the ejtimate for
Um pet ?? at > t tr as. 63,!ii /7
'lt.:? l-uceour.trd for by the unexpectedly .arve
sBUioatri i.ued for the surveys ta t aiUornui. Leav
mg f alifornia cut of the teesitea, bad the istirisates
crmpare |]
Lstimate fer tue present year. A- t.1'2 jO
Daducithe aiuouut the rein for ssirvt)s in
California. 7.gf'Q i?j
And i: will Mavotat taraaat eaasgaakM
to tie present year. 990,19t 50
PaBanafe Cor the aeat BacaJ year_ 1^04,910 47
Dscuct <:efic;t ncits of pre?
sent y? ar.$1j5,>'j Ob
kid the asaoaal en.braced
forCahform*. 307,575 00
-g H'",hH oO
' a ' 'int properly chargeable to
?M text iacsl year will be. aaaJBI 47
Betes 0' e-s than laeamount projerly charge
Mt to :Le psaaaat >ear
isDiitt irFajai
I ne'er tht-head the e-'ima:es for the uext kjcal
year an ount to Ol ?"'" 1> ,W les* than t^ose for tue
i rtrt.i t Bai : >? .r
rawsteaa
Amojiit tetaiBBM to ue cUargeaole to the
BresaMycai.i.wo.ri 19
The ? *?e for the next nsi-%1 tear ..l.irwt 040 00
Aaatmal prop*rly chargeable to the
M tt f.s. aliear.9l.v?MH 09
? 9'- ??* -1 rtorc than for the orcaent year.
v.w m ;.,Lding the ucrease of clerical force ren
cored nvlL-tseosably ne. easary in the axec itiou of
the Umnty land law of 1B50.
sBasaa
li.e estimates of the last \ ear embrare.1 not1r.<
ur.otr tine head, the former appropriations beinjt
then thouabt sufficient to u,?et all demands. Toe
tipertn.ee of another )ear, bowerer. would mli
cate otlf rwiee. and for ibis reason the furtlier su.n
of 0I5.J 000ta asted 'a> 1 omplete the work.
estiran sraTSs codsts.
Kxcesaovt r the esurr.ates of Itsi year of 0T9.10A.
Th* sriprrptiktioL Bt tat Istt fiscal )o*r fell ss-irt
o' Hi sctusi rx^nd tures of that yea/ aho'i: gm.
?Ai which was tupp , (,..; t{ tae rutproprtauon for
'.be art teal ?**hl7eir
The csV'.mste- ,'ibe Sa-yi je ?r aat?*i?t
f. iv* m
Ded-ict Uks *? ?-...??.
an rti.H V ?be pf??*f a|>t?'<>pn??iuB sp/ied
Ulbf pu'p"w?ul the HBt y*anl |?i,wvt
And BIM '.he add'Lonal Rtri'wnl ?o
<-Iim>'I (or ( l.iloni i, New Mein?
Bad Vul. fcfrU
?
' T t'M? of the f ?timite ^-v Um nef fUeJ J**^
tut ft the aaeteat ff m oetf Salats
| rauri* LeeeTtca a<r? AAliMiTtUAi s^?ti*tu?
*-? SS bj ?.<?? 4; -fr,,* ?4.
la.>t >ear. M
renne evii.uio?.
The BUUMTtoM BW ta<- nax ?mmt
Sto.rrn W >?M tban fey -ire f?r Ii? r~ttMi4??
BotarthMaa ; 1 'r-e? emhrsoa lymi , i.,
of SSI SM n loroeetdeSeteneees m tce to.?r??ww?.
llora* for th? et Katsecalyeaf mm***amwf
I TtotttMMwa 'or tba neu Baad fSara^BBBSaa
mik5c4 71 trooont prope l, '-*a*i-* u 1*1
; t.-i tyear? I be $533 I ?? ~\ ,|i*c*m
! BMtttU Ii low eatinnvl for the oeitlieal yaer
!-bmtb>rUBT.
Tie aatJakBtefaf tre next asoai)ear ti M i?.
than that for the pre sent 1 ear ^
?sateen noi>r?bt >iH?ir.
The
forthe pr?*tut hacal \car an.lia.BM at
The amount im Iuded in the eaUmatea
forthenext >rer is. too** a,
pcrmox ort ICB.
The whole amount Bapensfad for peoMOMdsvug
! the year ending :<t,th Septem tier. 1v>I, eictusira* ^
1 nav y pension*, is xtxiut |l,d3BXSM
vtaaiau a ?i> ? -ev isp co??i rsTtox ciuae.
I he half pay tlaJOM eiamin? t and allowed ism*
I the date of un I Mrapott amount to $11.IM, laoUj.
I tne the tern of i 289 <U. which had been prenoajo
! e dicatod hot not mm,
waarMAa ? ??.
There have been ;*> 146 applications filed forbaaa
tir* indi: the act of I Ith of h ibnitry. IM?, ftafcif
laitdaor acrtp to lotoiara eagaged u ?u ?m
Mexico In all S3 99ft claims Barn bean eUoa*s(La3
warrants a *cn| ,e | t thai iities em tied. Ta*
warrant- and terip is-ued aim e the last arm 11 sirs
1 ort are as follow*, rts 3,i ag srarraaBs for KWeeres
antl 133 warrant- tor l? ?eres each f>i certificates,
for $100 each sad t certilcatet for Bt3 eaeh. s,m
eases are suspended for further endence.
Thadatniii 94 the braarh of \v.?r nepartaaatt
aahraaaag Um Boaary Laa4 Law aaS Banaftiaa
given in the Land t'omnii'sioner's Report.
The acquiaitioB of Ken Neitco and CaUariaa,
and the raptc. ezpanstoa of our anttlamaata in Ore
foa and l lah. hara giaas lacraaaed importance ta
our Indian r* ittoai ad may render a change in our
wli.ile policy m regard to them ncceseary. r'orm?r?
lr they have been .Ntven West. Naw a stream
of vhHapoaolatKM 1- towing upon them from tie
Pacific t oast. I ties the an m .re i% un reiting up<>a
them from both (Idea of the Continent, and trier are
now encorm as-ed by an unbroken chain >f civthaa*
tion The policy of reiiiotal. except under peealiar
ctrcamatancea.anal from necessity be at>mdoaeJ,
ai d the only alternative ts to OivtUSS 01 etterniiaata
laeai <'i couraa there can be no tie>uation arhkh
BBoBaeee. Thev ainat he civUhted. it .?t !)<??> .o
menced bj aebatittttiog kindaaaa for eeaaaaaii by
feeding and clothteg thtm. rather than warring upon
ai -I dtp 11 g Um nt from their 1 rritory.
The tahjeei ia ptaaaatad at cousidei ii>ie leuma
t v Mr Stuart,and the Indians of Sew-Yorfc. also
the 1 bereheee,Choektnwa, t hick isa?e and creeks
in referred 10 as (\ idem e t!i t Indians -.oebe ctr
lliaad
1 in'1 r the heed of J\ (kaal Bayaaaaa the Report
-? tea that the eipansesol the Judietal Daaavlaaaal
bare increased rerj rapWly mi late that the laws
r? gulating fees. Ac , are tu some respects obscure,
that dtffrlt nt coaatl 11 tioai are put ui?>n the same
law 111 l ifferettlocalities . that many i.ueeiiiou* de
ricea are ratorted to by whnh exorbitant fees are
obtained bj Manhala, .\ttorne\s.i lerfca.4>a
The Si . ., -,,rv .'< t ola the vat.a is laws relating to
fi es and the practices under Hit at, indifWeut States,
and recommends that all the law - relsling to fees be
carefully revised. I he report al-o suggest* the pro
? in t\ 01 a s-i petal ret kaaoa of trie salaries of District
Judges vv ;th a 1 ie? to render them more untform and
proportionnte to the laboi an.I nsgKNUtatUty <>f the
ajchce. \n.i t coicl.tilting tl.c Mtoroey lieueral the
bead ol the Depnrtrnenl of Justice, and makiag it
; in- duty to leal und ooanteraiga all oaataueateaa fei
Jud 1 Miirshiils. and Attorneys, and to exerenetfce
supervisory and appellate control over all aeaaaaBJ
? connected w ith the expansea of the Judiciary oasr
. x?rci ..I h> the Home Department
Certain tmpro etnantsiatha Public (imuadsanl
BuiMingi at \n ishiDgtOB are adverted to, and others
m'*?,t *U d< II Ut proposed that as soon as the eastern
wing of the PaMBI Ofkee shall be 1 o npleted, to
transfer to it the officers attached to the Deiurtment
ptoper. sad alsi those belonging to the Indian Ba
., uSea ? being in want ol m tier apart*
a.ents Ibaa the rented ones they bow occupy, and
I ilirrr '?? BSf Bona SB uion-rooun 111 I tic Patent lluild
i' than thai Ohl a re>iuirr?. The (?iifarHeineni of
Iba * a| Itol baa bt an diligently psoaai uted ami e the
sdoptioaof Hie plan approved l>y the President.--?
1 eii*iis ritums liave lueu received from all the
States except < aliform 1. Partial returns have beea
received from that State Bad the remainder are et
pected in a few day* 1 ins daUy hMprevaaSsdUks
Seoretary froai making Uta apportionment of H?pr?
sentattOB among the several Ma'.e?, Ceeining thai he
has no authority for proeeeipmr <>n p irti tl returns ?
\ large niitnbei of < Vt!.- are no* < n< iged in classify
leg und airacging lu a suitable form for publlcatioa
the dtvera?kei ?tau tieul inform..'mil ; irmshel hj
ttietanhs. It is hel cvtd that when complote*! it
will he the mii'i perfect woik of ths kind ever pre
serited to the public
Vn ad hi u al appropriation of ? l.'u.uoo is solicited
I r lying tl,. 1 tpenSSSOf taking the Census, Slid
preparing the atsais lea for pabuaatuNi.
The establii ran \gneultural Bureau ia
igs?a (orcthly urged upon tne attention of ? ongress.
The psrooecdlagB of the Meiicae Boundary < oai
miaasna are detailed at some length, hut wu observe
no .a port infefkv I whichhVBVanot already appoared
in la* IVsSssjse.
Ths able rmort of Mr. Secretary Hi id .noiude*
by 11 inn end ng to the consMeration of f^mgrnse,
ihe latereata of the Diatrict of Cetuaeta. The pro*
prleti ind ni 1 sity of mttoduotag into the i.'ity af
VVaaaington, a capaeioua supply ol pure water is
iirped witli grael force
PENNSYLVANIA
?a
The Cartstlaaa Treaaaa Triau, a<.
Ckaiea ssstswee a raasT, Y Trtb-iae.
I 11.; I ,-ui?, W .-dm - I 1 l>" > US I
ainiiTii BAT.
Umi m 91 v 1 rs i'iki pit Cot/bt?Ju-Jijos
? ivirr and Kane ? The Defense continued ? I'**
trial of ( .1 ti ? r II mnaway was resumed this raora
a j Ia ng hefoie the hour for opening the 1 ourt,
tin- 1 . Bga w iy was crowded with persons auxmus
to ;' >r lie lefen .e '1 i,c number of ladsSS lasaSSV
ing idnittaaea u eraeaea a Ith every day's proceed?
ings, ami much trouble is experienced by Iba ?tll
c*rs in huding seals for them. Many fail 10 procure
Mats Mild retno. They o. cupy ex< lumrely one por
Uea of tti c.cirt room, and sprinkle, with their
preeence,thai portion appropriated t? the sterner
tex.
At the r.i,enu.g of 'he ' ourt m It I.ee stated, that
is I - <u nerton vs ith thta cause had been misrepre
eneii by ore of tne gentlcnen for tne defense, yea*
teiCa), and ei>nsiileiing it due to the SfSeSsI (Kisiiioa
i. .p.i in tin- city, he w:?tied to defme hts po
?<? Uta I OUrl ar.u pObtla If i ever were duv
find to j(enimr atioi/, 1 should not be guilty of tt
in this place. Ilumnle as is the posiUon i occupy ia
'his r are, I ear not permit such a misrepresentation
to paw without contradiction. I was the ortgiaal
.[?*. r U?? rnardeifU Pd-wrd (;?r..ucii, laa . wksa he
ihje etty.aed SaS be t?eo u*>lr t?k? '? ?
i area] I is fugitive ?? n aais. I aJtvtiM has* fcast tha hoavar te
?\r -i pcareii bef r? m'^ f.oir ll-^a >rm in a Ceruutlav
., i was ?'i' \jmi repeuswJty br ise founds sne
nr i bl i ''I Bd*ard sJ.Ttui b. t>i , sad hesitate* , tcit
. / te ineatt) yielded totbsrrsjoui itanons. aud *as reiaiasS
i. iBeas. h a-die'l at the arraorem*ats for ths defsase
Bed !'*?n SSBtt* bf thi ot! SI co'iaaai in the saaa, I was wil
. i mj Lumnle aldiues sSsMSsd be iaeaSBd t* say
[.art of i hat ilaNase ; and hence nj eitorta *u< evaflaed
to the siasbiaat.oa of the inreirs c \ .ed. I ao> not a voias
irer.aa Hrntrnt yesgefSay, f<r eouaset I si.s.l iberaf^re
cent* i/iiseif tsnipl) t?i a efi r..al,d?eiriusf that suSV.seat.
?nt <hr i reaeat, (mtmtmtmte.
y,: Carteresad?AeMl l.*e badd?.-.lad tii^t he wass
r< I uBteer in the case, he Mr. C| woaid n.oet cksnrfiHy
witbdiass 'he 'Tpr< fsiento which air. Leeoksected.
t'r I.re a ad> a > reply I
Ihm I ^l.'tid. sworn?I Urs n Strsalmrrtomwe
? hip, at tk? aaoiauig of this sfla r at Parker's, I heard?*
lharnsBpes; I catwe arouid the road by th? wood , ?***?
isr S ? aids oftl:? road I lieirdcen? <me a*.er ?uo-hfl. i
. s??ed over it to the mad about uS yard'. lints I tn<*t Klc
lewis, ts said to ine. ' )nu Uvl letter zotraek,"a
:can < aa s d"?n UtfM the ??als and be?hwrad ?ot,Mti?ld
rs? atee:M Ite/aedakasjaitec ueiar? . i w<at'7rsrus
B< in tt'd . Lewis w?at tj* ti,e rosd . I "?*?? Jotc Ii S ?'lst?
I ? the i;,Sl. Ihe Marti.al 'srue i p aad ???."?! ths w?f ta
!'? .-.nie .tonvilie be said that two ?? n ? *r? woaaded. aae
a? - .was lathe woo da; ti? r.ss'd lusaerbsjg aSaal a
l.'ottor ; he laal be th SSM ?! tlne.i was fat ill| wuaal
U.I said, whv d d >oa s iv so ioag wL?n tke blacks wees
0 'uii e said, "that'* what It^ld tlisra. Set -a*f
v.oald aa r>,a t ot;" k? ? i i ll at tie wsstirad . U*l ft*
rame from Philadelphia the Bigftl ix-fois .1 U? keddewate
1 ibaadeasdiawsh?T *er?-dri'ih!ed,s.|.: stVvnaiaaas
ijp . Henry b irke wsitk:erc. ,
iv saexaasaaedbr Mr. r?xip?r-Wh.-t'uoe wisatnav
Aas-' tr-Ab</ t ts'i .,
gne i ss. t#r Mr L. nt He ssmI chop ap ia (he b?gas
l.ne that t* the I* ?tO" <??* . whea I 6rMJ?sw
I :iu he weut apen the ?dir oi ths woods, mei leeS t?H? <*
a o,aa hf tk' lam. W. ltd tit* d/.ac f y ths tree Lewis
..... ., t . . .,.,.',., .SM t? s ??'!
w ..its n.tc 1 saw . ?iet? was a elorsr li. I.I beiws?a .
i: ? iaJs . ne i * atea k^swrtat k wasSc.nsti ....
i at ap Ul krsssraswj
ti. a.itday "Daw KI us'.hsi-. .H"1'
.... ti jt . * r .e pruned betoi* da;i /:?'. u*' *t j
I saw a netTo foisr ok the Uor , that fcs wrue eftsr ai? ft ?
i ? BM*e raa ?sie: he ?s.d t - slssss* *T
hs. t n * ..so pubwred i.ic tu. l?i.? iftU ' ts ???? ssawa
??s*n.r.g t?te aditli-'tlti and haloed t.u n>?s ?iw??
away, ftw ikeywesjld ao< d?u. if taer hid,
? th?? wo'ild r><* hare fi' b>- -' h*rM'*.l
ike weaafe; tbeS he ?oat (ffino? si Parker **??
I y.itui or hroks tbe doer ia "I* *n t *n"?w ?*?<-? V,-!-l.?
t.,n i he neat SB alwo*. he .aid Utt 'old Str. Ue"?*?'
?? r< a . Bg w-ik kn?." . ,ki
Lnest l by Kr Hrsnt 'U #sJ tk?t ks ' ,Iih!
- ?c- wa?a b? f. aad tne o*?rsKs war? ?^T^LVky?
- raaghl iai'tsa?a:?acs%sr^r-tg'-?'r,,T*"

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