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pjJj^aYu Broadway. lsf4i. )'?>?> It HM. GtfTL4M.li - Hats ?Bird, coro? Pine mmrnt KuUK ?? ?I I ? "*"<?? 'he ?tMUf Btylo Ol Hati ti? I ?? Fear tat n ??al the de per *>du af baete er ien- ecu. he i? v?i ! ar 'o lubm i Ih U ??? ' m oibnia Zntc <f critical ? d . lei r.mrnaio? p-i-che?' ? BS c"?? 9mi a I > MM .u. itf M *'* *tf Excelsior! ? BbMB <fc Co , Fa?hi >0o?*? Hatter.. No IM Broad- re leewtrejly ??dint '???',*? tiea ot their petr.*. aw i ib* *b ?.'?"? i 'Y'1, J, I rwh,. .i,.m-?- h? ?bH5? b-y ?in "'"'f'1'* Sa arday ibe ll'.n day of P**tt*0 ? ** , ' -T Oared'.bat thia. y > ?.1 eweneaeed '*' f ' i ! r liure ta, ceeamei Ry tad - i.um .???? ' f"~, whi'b -.her titoiU-t.'- -.1?'"; N 8 ' ''*" ?yl. u> Ml IM ta.? fa.tad.ooe. will he furn..h.d atUa bra ? ?? aa a-e ry-Tli? HmW Hat Company's btSaUKlful a ..i..( u.i. niial be .grpa-aed in point of -lyla, Bpnai ?'???"' "?'"?^?* taVFoui d-ll-rr.br oeia BTiF? No. ..d HUN?1?' Hat?ilo(;kai. Dialog??.?"Where did ten ?et y. wr ur w Ma' ?.ni f" ? W by I rot it where I t A ifiioebed r>.M) " ?? Aad wwe d d ?..u get y .ur tataaad fetad t" I jot iba' at Matalotncal rla'l >r la o h?r w..'<J? at No IMrwbaa rt., where afaox ie ready to oa" yHati of the m"?t ."i>a loi r'? " Cant ma? elao be ta a ad thataiiio* ia?it?. no Matter Boa Moah pat O'Mbiob yoo aaali ta IhOBt in'art f.rh in tmfmnt in 't? lit" ctt ?ut bo ?braitrd el-ev. v,e-e a'iKv.t ? Ha'. are bound to ?bate with uneo, :a'ed luiter. One call will .a-ixfy all Syrrag ?tyl* ???reat'y Spring style of Gentlemen's Hetl aew r.ady un urua?aed Of a< y for barmy, d ?rabi.ity or enettne?. at th* One Price St .re, No i?k Oaea at. Call aadai.mue. i ufit'l 3 w. KALLOeo. OrrtcBor ths A?t?u vh :<-m iN?t r*s sC"v;mnv./ New-Yobk, Jaa 2? lt? ( fiFTh* foHowiitg etite-iiK'i.t uf wih :t:r*i.s oftbit f'. mp-ry It ;M .bed in MaJbraatty wt'hthera aairowert? ol tb* charter : Aayawatef PraauaaM uot marked off Decem? ber 31 Itil. . >J!1,0W ii A??d '-f Pre-room, oa Marine a it Inland Navigation ???! I-?artatjaa riektforthe year eadn.aDee.o lwr II Uttl. CT.aan , Total amount ad BIWBaMBBl.-. #043 VHS 41 Amount of e*'ii??l pieunuma dum a_ "tf,e,ear..?'.o,e .fn U Leaare'orn Btwayjaaat . "wl *_. Net oarted oreiniuma 1831.$?0i a"Ji M Loare. paid tlur it ?iui* peri h1 -$389 95*7 It Kriiif uranre w imn noon, eipenaea aS aaiereew.. .??L!J _?'??'J! Net earned pr. Uta.I'M AM 71 The profile' f the Oeaaaaay from the Id April, 1849, as tba 3'?t Deeea.her, 'kV., for winch eartifirn'oa a-a itau.O amount to.$l77,5JO*f) AeaawMttal yiaaVli aaaawva._i34 834 t8 Netearnatt to 3 at December. 1831.$312 304 78 The Ataet* of the Con.paay oa the 3ltt Decem? ber, iBji, weie eefeUowt Billa raceivable.?I2I.IJ7 71 >B . 34 88? li Leaae'ea'ataaiwa..... w>.8J? "? preiniom aoeemwta tu be ri?ed by netee or oaab. attrip af eaattrj Mutual iosui .io t Coat paniea and aalvatee.-_*'^'j!? $m0 Hi i 10 XW i hit Couipuuy tike no Fire Riaki due muected wan Mai".? Mi?ka Tha noaid ol Ir ia tea bate Thu Day rierla ed a d vi deud of tweuty four per eerit oa .be earned preunuiua of ihe year end ii ? Dee yi.!8>i for wbioh eeririr.atea wtllbe laaued oa and alter1 he 7t n m April aeil. Alaoaa iatereet ef ?11 par rent on the tOTip lie"t..f oe laaue,] pavahle >n eaab oa and after the el February By order of the Hoard. KliW.HD 4 rlTRONu. secretary. rsoaTBSa. ZebedeeCook. Fraacia llaitidy, PAH Reuauld, Thorn aa Tileitnu, Baas'! I SproalM, Chaa. Connolly. F. 8. Lathrop, Ht>eu H .'rocnei, Flitbt Bobbiai. Sidney Brtaoba, .loi n A MoOaw, Paul AillBO, Ca? iJriawnld.Jr.. Wm F Hoikiev, ThotaaaOenhaM Eliaa pouven. Artbui Emuetan. YV. Kent. 8.i Cedar, V J lirown, JamtaS Hyiie. John lu o-r. Frede Mk A. Lee. Vk hi.in Biyce, Jn'imi M.ari, fleeawe Hml J W.t'aibeit, JaaBteB'aart, Jfba B Ki'cbine. r T Woodward, Siumel L Stub. Alfivl Barralt. Theodoratlvaae, Kra'a L. Cook, C D Herd. hobtot i. rayinr, Bain a Muiufird. ?dwatd Antbany, S rt Clii.'eaiilan, Win. K LathroB, If II lirawator. L. S Pawd. Joai.l, <> Law. 1, it. w I raBAY ERHCnEE ' >'iK. Pie-cot. Hl)w \Kl) ANTHONY. VMe Praeident. EnwAHD A BTBOMO, Sec-e?ary. )3I laiMWedAF* Wet LlNkiNS ? Another lot lias been re? ceived b Hiti hi Ol k A LrAMtmaTkR. No 317 Rroadwav, of e let ant ijuajt y. a- low aa B>. Id and tt a yard. All' a beautitul a ot k of O nghani' at la. Wit Goods?Omai Exoitimbut.? The etennve >ala of Wet Qeodt at 11 M Hi ink's, will oontiaue a law data loa (It Ladua leBMUBN at BdMtaaoe, Bad ail tbo.e w|.o have i, .', b t.l a , eportaaity of rallmr befoie. will hud n g ea'i, to ineir iatereei '>? gitlaf at aa eariy call, ?? thtie g4W0a are aodlBO Bt aho it ?4) perC ut lielow aaaaafaetarer'i i rioea I at iMtieg ? f Table Ltueaa, BblltlUt L bem, TowellBta, I.:ueu N ipsm ?'ara?ili-a Quiita, >.?raub? in' fcc Nu? Ii yoorIIBtO forbargaiM O. M BonirtB, No 3i-l Uranil-ai , cor O.cnarJ at. 1**?" Eei ry shirt mtttde at GeieN'i i'-t.ifi lithment No i Aate? *f naea m a ?itaal adv.itlnaanl oi th* iiic mpH. able plan . I n easu t men:. by WBHtk be at cuiea tu every variety of the hamaa ?orui a peri- ol lit No ein' ?man wao hat had u ?et of tkirtt Aoat OlBXN, Will be likely to buy dum ai t ether mal er. Fains ?AI?ut s on band, a laii?e .ttssorl ii.ii t ?i.itable f"r ibe opera m oeeamg partial \l?o. baaaata Mmii neb Faaoj Baekete,B*e<|ite and Pahaa Uiaaweuta, Labat'i Btti ou.aad a g?a r tariety of k.iu cy Oooile, Noveltie? aed Toyt liSOSOl W TOTTLS. Xi i 31 'i vy ' i s .No. 3i ) BioaJway Ladies, thic 1,ast i hanck. ?In C0RS6 queaceol'be t'.ai >ct <-: y-f iiiom-v. li M It ,? til clnie i ui the b,l*.ce . i ni? Fan a?d Wiater Dry Otodi at hImuii hall: ht >r f rnit i ptieaa MatietiB| t II ki Bbaa n m?.? FaraBMt'Ba DeLaiaot ami Catbwerea, lilk Velieit. T. id ??' ciptae Fiaaaoli baaketa,Cloth., Cta aimtrea Ac, B.- Oiaat baigana may be expected, av thi.e gooda moat all be mid, (a oidel to oi.ko oom fot Siulng (loada l.adie. roue early, aad lOcara great bar gaiaa. U.M. Boiunk No 123 Oread at., ooi Oroaard-at tF" Kowi.k.K A V\'ti.i.a, Plireiinlojjista and trabliabare. Clinton Hail, No lit Naaaau-it . New York, and No Ml W\.it -e at.. Beaton. Honok to Wmom Honor is Dei ?Gen. ?am HOOtTea.lb* h B?ia le Senator fa ? Tetat, houored Hilmis with thne tit laae f.r f-re. Da(aerreo<ypee, wh < h wrio'tket. to i <ri. ,?? ou. refleotiaf boatrtble oredii both ti> ton, Hociton aad HolmbA. Thote wh? ?i.n to ebtaia pe feet Datuerrtotyp?? thou Id call on Hoi.aus No. 8f0 Bicadway. Lakue and Pbbemptort Sai.f or Rbai ?tTATl to cLOai a Ooa kbm. ?Wa iaeitethe httiaitee ii capitalial| BAd oiheia to tha laige .ale. of real eatate at auction i.y am HoNt j BXStCBBB. hlia DAT, at lto'olk, at tie M.icbaiii.'FirhaiK? onaaiatiag ol ihehouv??aad lata ja t e > u'h eaal ami aa tu v ei Co mart of Vareok aadCaimiae ?i. , the honten and eta No ui Meteor a . and No JUPike at , :t? deal a:>'e BtWOOTty Wot M i ?1 'di larmiae at ; he prepent Nua J7J and 273 H'eecker-et., blown at tbe Rleot ka< it Hooa. hou-ui and btta kaowu B? No. Ml] 0 7i-> 7th et . S hon??, .nd lata on JM at uea. ii a! wr . UV':'1 OU ?T- fc,lir S,J ?' boeae and lot No ?Jw?i' ?d ?t .?,'3 lota on 3i ihat, aeai Madwoa at Sale |Hieilive Mai-. ,o M,e ?b.-ve proMrlv cau he had at th* auction reaaaa, No : Hr,.,i .? ti,??l tf9 The fa et uf IM (Vrtit'toateB heiu^ ewnatoiiBce laaaarj lit. .f i> Watti'ELaOTatoti FLfin. cunrg Hem ur Ci.aauH.pti.to, ought to he enoi^h 10 induce all ; el out bavint frieaiti or relati, u? a Ooa luu.pti a. to ii ,u:.e iB'othia ?obde ful d-ae-ter?. Ine aame? aal add'? :e> < i aMcared a'id the cenuicntet ctn doBMB B? Dl y\ I rt tUBoe, Nu l.l Ureeewn h-.t. Dt p. t. No iex Naseat ?t r?" >lCi? Reward ?ul be imd my bob who w:ll aat tbet h.ve Bled tAo leOia robber Qloret and M na ror lall ihn m I . ha;.ped haudewttheut lot ??einte reU.f lhe<eirum n mahe the ha.d. t.ft, whi.e. ai-d .leV.te V. ... . Bt B OB NT and MB ?) t way^, aad hy all Rui t er dealere, laf it* Dbad for a Duo at I Dead! ?^ So Haut et >aid, Lyon bo d mm aak. j On* of uia ft tika, Coating but halt-a dot er, Redhitt ?y, ach _ A, Will kill Then bay. Aid pel eel '.'.a. Will im ui>a?tw"""0 Pu*d*'""'ya '?N" t!i Bt"^??t Nicht Subw.s and Spittin?. of Blood ?Aai. n. Iba n. .,!?.,. ??| ?,,, 0 t? , ,h mm aibte.t?ecaabeto(mdel.,(iicaaioeaaaD .Rooi it . l. teiwort Tar.aiidCea. haM?* I .UNluee thTirrita ti.n .ivpeth. .wea n , ant ia. o BatAe ?featth ia a ??rr ahoit ?par* ul tiwe I M well wei h ta r tun" n Ttu tale by A. L S. ? i It l * Ce . at :aa Ur^n Ne Jit Brtwalwav, and bt all retail d. aagkata rrtaa'h lare. ber.Ia.f Lerthreeb-rt'eafer $1 50 1 Maryland.? l'he Stute opposition Con eention to nominate I'resuientiai Hoc tog ? ia U be held Juno 24. A OoBYOBAaOB i? ti> Se he. ! m Baltimore. Man h IT. to elect a lMcsntiou to tke Nattonalt'oiivei.tieti to !h' hold at Bail rtora, June 1. Louisiana.?Trig Louisiana Democrat and Carrvll W of. Aman have hoisted the name ol 8. A. Pouglaas, aa tli-ir can-iidate for the Presi? dency, subject to the decuion y| tue Dale.nore t>pp08HK?li CemYOOtB ii New-Yore?In the XXth Cannes bional I>i>tru t (Orieida Co.) a Whig Contention is to bo held at Ro;in\ March 1. to elect I Dele? gate to the Natiena; (. invention. ? bt The tomb of" U'ashui^toirs motiier. jm^Mil^*1^1*' V* 'lS 8!"d l? ^ 10 * NEW-YORK TRIBUNE. N> v\ YORK, FRIDAY, FEB 80, IBM I *>?>i< s> ??"? ?l?r??B?. f T?s fnlli^emg ?TtTT. ????'<?* ,n '** 0,,V- Br re ... M? rW?yr?|?? aa? aafammi, tmara ar Maa at Imgt*. tn ?<?' ??'umn* f *" momtnt ] In trie United States Senat?, yesterday, aome sixtv petitiona were prettenieH for addi liopal compensation to A-sistant Marshals en gaeed in takintr the Census. We proteat againatall theae extra allowanc?s. If the pay it not aufTicient, writ such anxiety to get ap? pointed f VVe regret to see petitions presented, calculated only to in ure the nrvivetiient made for the relief of the Irish State Prisoners. The Oregon Mileage case was discussed and dropped. Mr. Seward introduced a bill to expedite the discharge of cargoes fir01 ateatnahips. The Iowa Railroad hill was discussed b] Mr. Under? wood till tbe adjournment. The House was eagaged generally in dis? cussing a bill granting right of way and lands to Mif-souri for railroad purposes. Miller, ot Mo.; Rantoul.ot Mass.; Moore, of La., and Ficklin, of III., all spoke war ly in favor of the measure. Tbe Senate of this Sure was engaged in discussing a change of name for the Buffalo an t Cohocton Railroad. In the Assembly two reports were made on the seat of K. L. Snow, contested by RBSSell Smith. A long de*a?e arose on the bill provi? ding for Commissioners ol the tunds of the late Couitof Chancer?, which waa finally made the order of the day lor Tuesday next. The never ending subject of Canal Contracts was again brought up, and after a long discussion, laid on the table. Among the subsequent proceedings, was a resolution offered by Mr. Monroe, con rJaSsUsittJ the action and report of the Controller sent in the previous day. The ire on tbe Susqueharinah remains firm. VVe wish it would move, for the Tele, graph has spent lightning enough in telling us its lirn.nt ss to melt it. The Maine Liquor Law,which had passed the popular both of the Rhode Island Legislature, was lost in the Senate, Yeas 11, N'aya'JO. Thrasher's release gave oreat joy at New Orleans. Tbe Spanish Consul's reception, ' on the contrary, quite the reverse." 1 he College Rioters at Cleveland have had an examination, and arc remanded. 'I he Meeting of Spirit Rapping Media at Cleveland is reported a failure. Dr. Dewty's Lectores on the Progress of Human I'c.tiny, are concluded. We sktt-h an interesting lecture of Ralph Waldo Emerson, on the Eighth Page. Kossuth looms largely up in our columns this morning. He spoke to the Ladies of Cin? cinnati yesterday. To-day the Germans present lum with a large sum of money. We give, on our Sixth Page, a Speech delivered by him on Friday last, before the Clergy ofthat. city; also, a Speech to the People ot the city the same day. The North American Phalanx for Kos? suth and Hungary, with their address, on the same page. A Washington letter on Compromise, Foote, Mileage, Public Lands, Long and Ko>. sulh, cVc ; Yeas and Nays on the Mileage ques? tion in the House ol Representatives ; details of an Important new Hail Arrangement, dec, will also be found on the Sixth Page. On the Sevehth Page will be found Ti rap ranee News from Albany, Long Island and Connecticut ; CitT Items, over a column; Real EstatS Sales. Aldermamc (Assistant) Doings; Couit Proceedings. Fires in Brooklyn; Stantibus; rn Ilvoton : < "Ii mir. mid Havana .\, ara : v the Georgia; a Note Irom Jamaica, by a pen evidently prejudiced against Irishmen; Convention with Brasil; Appointments by the Governor ; List of Patents, iVc, iVc. 'Help One Another/ Twenty jears have passed since the writer hereof chose New-York City for his home, and over ten since The Tribune was started. Luring the preceding ten years hi caaiot now recall a single successful or persistent effort of the Laboring Classes to practically help themselves. Associations for the relief of the destitute, Savings Hanks instituted and managed by eapital ists for taking care ef ihe surplus earnings of the poor, pawnbroker establishments for lending them money at ruinous rates on the pledge of property, were as abundant then aj new ; strikes and combinations by hired workmen to raise or sustain rates of wages were as common and as fruitless (in the average) as before or since ; but combina? tions of bona fide laborers with their hau Is to manage Bl d loan their own money, 8itt> pl] the11 ewe neede, employ their own la? bor, provide themselves with homes, ovo. were aheoluteh unknown. The ease is bravely altered since then, as our advevtisii g and ether columns attest, I/ind-bii\ ing Societies of workingmen, pro? viding themselves with village lots at farm prices; Uuihiu g Ass- ciatmns; Mutual Loan Associations ? these are already abundant, to a degree unequaled in any other American city ; while the germs of a Protective Union, a Shirt Sewers' Union, and teveral associations of Mechanic a or Artiaaas tu employ, oversee and pav them? selves, ure alrtsuly visible, and foreshadow a vigorous maturity. We believe things have simply to move on, noiselessly and steadily, in their present channel, to iusure that the great majority of our Citv'a Me? chanics and Artisans ?hall be their own employers and directors in the course of twenty \ ears, and their own landlords with? in thirty or forty. Of course, we do not mean that this will take place without discussion, but because t t it. In order that the many may be in? duced to advance so far. it is needful that the few shall proceed still further. The clamor against 'Socia'ism,''Communism,' A.c. will be kept up, in order that a few rnb geeee may be frightened into giving ! . \ to uphold knavish aad shabby jour. ft t i lactieal Socialism-the union of N divi? ual eiiorts to secure contnion benefits ?willhi iBBtimmMt diffused and increased, i : i isii]atea* or hireling labor shall be the t xi I} 'ion. not, as now, the rule. ? I'tiai m" the associations now formed or ft ;i ii g among la^reis for their mutual ad \ it ? >ge at 1 .benefit are judicious atid well msnsged, we do not assume. A body of men may ?ct fooiauMf as wadi as one ram ; ] though they are less likely to do s>. Kaa*es may get up companies of poor men as well as of rich one.*, ostensibly to benefit the members but leally to feather their own nests. And especially must it be understood that wot king men's associations nny be ruined, either by a jealous, captious, fac? tious spirit ol cabaling and pugnacity oa the part of the members, or by a loose and easy confidence in one or two rnnnagiag officers which leaves them free to do as they please without eher It or criticism. Each member must4 act well his part' in a mutual benefit association as everywhere else. That there will be some mistakes made, some rottenness exposed, in the movements of these associations, as every where else we assume as almost inevitible. In such cases members will lose their money ; of tener through their own fault: somotiinf through the fault of others. But though hard-earned savings will thus (we hope veryj rarely) be lost, the habit of savin* cannot be?and this is by far the better part of the acquisition. Of two young men of i whom one shall spend his earnings as fast as they reach him, while the other, having saved a thousand dollars in five years, sees it ail swept from him by a fire, a flood, a bankruptcy, or a game of swindling, it is quite common to say that the latter is now J as j oor as the farmer : yet nothing could he more mists ken. The faculty, trie habits? the iiaitinrt, of saving still remains ; and this is worth infinitely more than the thou s.'uid dollars would be without it. And thus we estimate the intrinsic and imperishable results of the self-helping t (Torts of our tkne far above their outward, material products. Time was when the journeymen mechanics of our city, ninety-nine in every hundred of I them, spent all they earned, whether more \ or less, marrying, growing old and dying with frt?m nothing to a month's wages be? twixt each of them and the Alms-House. All this is now undergoing a gradual and sal? utary transformation. Many still squander, but thousands save ; and this latter class is destined to increase even without the Maine Law, and still faster whenever the a^gisof that glorious statute shall be inter? posed between them and tbe maddening cup. With that law in force, the number, of our mechanics who own lots, and ulti? mately houses, will be doubled every three years. And this is the 1 Radicalism,' 1 Agrarian ism,' and ' Communism' to which The Tri? bune is devoted ? namely, that of inciting the Laboring Classes to become their own employers, overseers, paymasters and land? lords. In pursuit of this end, we neither teach diem to hate, to envy nor to war on the Rich ; and we have no faith in nor sym? pathy with that negative, destructive Radi? calism which impels the Poor to regard Hanks and other instrumentalities of Asso? ciated Capital as their oppressors. What we understand these to teach the Poor i? tbe potency of Cooperation and the certain? ty that they too may enjoy its advantages if they only will. That the lessons we havo labored to inculcate have not been wholly fruitless, the present healthful and vigorous condition of cooperative efforts in our City bears witness. Aecioaatta nt sea. The thrill of horror at the appalling disaster of the Amazon has scarcely yet ceased, I It was another terrible justification of that vague apprehension which haunts the minds of all men going to sea?the fear of fire: and another appeal, how sadly emphasized, to strive more ami more to provide against the chances j ol such casua lties. It only our care for safety were as great as our anxiety for speed ' We Americans laugh very loftily at the ?* slowness*' 1 and the "old fogyism" of England. But while we laugh, we blow up and burn up and are tun into and run over and there is a gust ol surprise and a sprinkliu? ot capitals in the news? papers,?and nothing more. But England is jealous of the lives of Englishmen. If. as last spring, there is a Railway collision in a tunnel and some half dozen lives are lost, the morning press of London thunders it to every corner of the Empire, not in the way of news, as an ?' alarming collision " only, but editorially, as a culi ability demanding the austerest condem? nation, and it pricks the sensitive public con n ience until an inquiry is instituted and a ray ol light is let in upon every corner ol the affair, as is uow the case in the inquiry concerning the Amazon. The Amazon, indeed, was an English steamer, and such remarks seem hardly apposite in a case ot English accidti.t. Bui the subject mint? upon the fact ol the national difference in tlus regard, and the general English care of life,?so so lar as public consequences are concerned?is one of the good th.ii.ga which we may wisely j copy. Cur attention has been >ust now attracted to this matter by a letter of R. B. Forbes, Esq. a ! well known merchant of Boston, addressed to j the Editor of The Daily Advertiser of that city. Mr. Forbes knows the sea well and ita dangers- j He has made voyages to Ckiaa and to England. He was a witness of the disastrous collision of the Europa with the Charles Bartlett. and is altogether competent to speak to this pom*. Mr. For!>ea saya: " I =>??t 'ay that in all my travels by tea ic atsam ?ra. / have not >uvtd in ?n? where I considered ihm organization tte for ca?es of auccea alarm bv MlMSat, troundiag or fire." 7 He proceeds to aay rhat the ordinary routine of a ateamcr may be neglected, that it. watches might be called a little late or early, Ac , with? out nevetsary danger. But a strict Organization, to provide against sudden alarm, is imperatively rtqtisi e His plan is that every man on a st*??? should have a preserved station, as on a immnfwei, and there should be occasional ;r;:( Uce?the passengers being duly notified? i-o as to make him familiar with hia |aW In the case of the Kunpa. he im arks, every usual precaution was tmen to prevcatf eiserner, but the lite iaatS wen cov? eted v?itb canvass, &c , and little was effected. '1 ha !. gal juigBlBBl aaaaaV aaUaal the gllliaaa -but st ek ? ataaaiast isae omp-naathn for Use aud rT? r*riy. Sp?ak'ng of the Amaaon, aw insists that M.ii.e means shou'd be provided, of ihollaSj off tbe ateam, from the deck of all ateaners And I].rie mhemVi almays he ?ma'l CKiki of water ani caria'crs of piovieions. ?.onve nientlv placed for i m OB *i d !en emergencim. On tioari t be Afri? ca, hi re the Europt's accident, b >ata are kept j uncovered ready (or lowering, and a, quantity of 1 life-prefervera are always on hand. These are practical hinte. The public are in de: ted to a man of experience and capacity, who does not hesitate to apeak out. They are melancholy detail?, sad to soe, like the appara. tu? of the Humane SociPty. They recall, with poignant emphasis, the horrors they are de ?tjnatd to avoid and alleviate,?the dismay an ! deepair of inexorable accident*?the doubtfu' late which overhanes all men when they confide themselves to the sea. Among those men wi may all of ui?we ?hall, some of ut?be. Ia it not worth while, then, while we ah'idder orer the recital of these tragedies, to do someihjni?, whether by practical suggestion, or petition, or constant discussion, to dimmish this waste of hie ' Literary i nie Hist nee. ?Mr. Charles L. Brace is preparing for publication the narrative of his travels and ad? ventures in Hungary in the year 1*51, with his ob? servations upon the political organization and state of the country. Of course, the substance of the many interesting contributions made by Mr. Brace to the columns of Th* Tribi nt during this period will be in? cluded in this work. ? Mr Jciirs Fk?bel has withdrawn from the editorship of the New-York AlLrtmtint Ztitung, in order to devote himself to the prepara? tion of a new work on Sect**1 rohtv.s, for which he has made a contract with a publisher in Germany W e presume it will be in some sort the extension and revision of a former work oa the sane subject, which tome years s.nce attrrrted great attention in Germany, and which ?e remember to have read, with interest ard instruction. No doubt a residence of two or three years in America, vtith the opportu? nity of varied political and ethnographic stJdies I both in the I'nited States and the Spanish Repib ' lies, trust have added largely to Mr. Fr >bel's stock j materials, and perhaps modified hit judgment in ! many particulars. He could not hope to render a DM re sottd ?ervien to his coua'.rvmr n ia Germany j than by means of this work. It is announced th it i he will Hill remain as a contributor to the journal from a l share in who?e eduonal control he now re I tue?. ? We understand that Mr. Henry C. . Carey contemplates the preparation of a popular Manual of Political Economy for use in Schools and Colleges. We have long cherished an impatient desire for such a work, and know of no Deal so well riiHlifird to write it as Mr. Cabet. The books now generally in use, especially in our Northern institu? tion's of learning, are utterly unfit for the purpjse, ! being, like that of President vVayland, based on the I theory of an essential hostility in the interests of the differeat classes of society, and teaching what is : cailed free trade as the sum cf practical wisdom The pernicious effect of such works, so employed, ut on the young mmds of the country, is very great, and we are persuaded that a clear, popular text? book, setting forth the truth on the subject, will do more to counteract this influence than can be a 01 ii piished In any other way. It is remarkable that v?hRe Mr. carey'S previous and more elv borate works are used as manuals of instruc on in tome Southern and L'uropeta Colleges, at the I niversity of I psa) . in Sweden, for example, they have not been introduced In any I'niversity of New-England, where one would expjet them to be most employed. Mr. CasSY'i Frinuplet of VoW t.cal Economy, is about to appear at Turin, in Italian' at< the I. th volume of the Btblwtheca dull' B-onomuti. The Editor's introduction we have already seen it settles the question between m. Dam ia r an J Mr. t mi i v, in f.ivor of the latter. ? Mr. K. H. Sioddard is about to pub. lish a volume of Fairy Stories, for the special benefit of the little folks. Mr. Stoddard's exquisite poetic imagination will be at home in this new sphere, and will, we doubt not, make him a "prime favorite with ibe youthful puolic. as he already is with the ma tuier lovera of poetic genius. The book is to be il? lustrated. ? Miss Alicb Cariy has in press a aew rolame i.f ballads and other paeins, written during the last two years. ? Miss Caroline CmbskBRO will shortly present the public with a new novel, of wdich we hear the best possible report from those w ho have bets favoied w ith a tight ofthe proof sheets. Thk Vandeiibilt Steamer Daniel Webster.?There appeared day before yesterday, in our advertising columns, along ttitement pur? porting to be signed by a large number of passen? gers who lately went to San Juan, Nicaragua, on board the steamer Daniel Webster, on their way to California, who accuse her officers, and indeed the entiio management of the Vandorbilt Line, from here to San fVincisco, of the gro-seit deii lencies and swindling maltreatment toward their passen? gers. Thu'. advertisement was t <ke.n, without suiS cient examination by a clerk in our office, and was inserted without the knowledge of the conductors of tins journal. Had we seen it beforehand, it would not have appeared. Wc are satisfied that its state ? t uts are false and calumnious, and as evidence 00 that head, publish the following expression of the opinion entertained of the Daniel Webster and her commander by a body of passengers who aj'.tuily ? ent to San Juan on board of her i Steamshit Daniel Wei-mer, i At Ssa, Deo. 30, 1?jI. \ At a meetirg of the parsengers of the steamship Daniel Webster, held Dec .Iu, 1S.51, Capt. Morgan NU called to the Chair, but having declined on <tc k/uitol sitkntss, John A Reich-abt. Boo., of Cat* iioinia, was cnoscn in his place, and W. w. Bp. . s > B? ItOl I aUfi rala, und Hon. 11. BosaTRBLL, of I'ltnoie, wereebosen Seeretarles. '1 he object of tbe meeting was stated In a brief I u: beautiful manner by H O Hon.it. Esq.,of Cnli 'i.rnia, who oilered the following preaume and reso? lut one, which were unanimously adopted Wktftoi, Horn? the pieeett (thrrd)fip of ihe Oceta ?tenner Daniel Webet er, ft m New York to Baa Juau de Nicaieaua. Iiavittbac an esreMent opportunity of) idriuf of herqeaLuee at a tea ?oat. aa alao >f 'heeea'n*nly aad aenUeu aalt detriment of Cap' C H Ra'dwia, btr Com? mander, and ?no i f her other cilice re. arid Mhirtat, Deemict it but an act ofamn'e uatir, to Capt. BaJdwit and ,.lbcara. a, wel, a< lo C Vaade*a It A Ca , owners ? f the D.L.e' WebeMr, to ti.e an expneetoa of our i BOSt a d heartfelt faehut.-thereloie. 1,1 a'in Capt Baldwin we recotnite one whoee taii.an'y qnalititaare ci ly efclrd by bi> if .if.' alt c t rert BMfOatMBanajy cireaid aV.ention to the ?e ra-e of i a i a?n i..-, tid ve ta- oi ,-e tender h m ?? u t acrre eidtarie-t t) \Lkt. To Mr. Wtkeuian and Mr 8h?r ? lat'rint ?l? second rnatet, our tit kt are alto die rlr rteamanlr itialititt are duly a p'eua.ed by ut We aeo teider i to th.nka to Sj't*on C. J. Johaa.n I .r nu BtteBtioaj ard kjadaeae le the nrt. to Fur?er W. M. Jvune. n for tbe teot'ema" ly diachar?e of bit dotiei, aud a our appreciation of ibe ekil] of Ck ef Eatincer B. f n..th. and bi> aaaietai.'ain ? t-e.r departavent tyorttia.kt area ao cue t, Ihe chief Steward, bra wife and atva*anta f rtaetr re.Cu.taa at all timea lo attead to the ?a?ts of lie l*a?en?trt. immmi, Tha in oar ettii.i t ma thee it not a mire tit, .rc. n pet.nt aea vtttel than the Partial Weoater, or aa* ah. ee? Hirers taoe. aad do theirdu'y batter than they, aid ne# the It fate ehtetratl] reemm ud ne,- to >ur fneudt ?b ti b. aad le b| d fr.Ti the Lfi 1 of (j dd Rr.eltrt, Tlatitourciinivaihttthaaat.f tha raro'ia* , hi. i ly, to aid rruin Ca..| rn a. are due to Mr fj Yaa jeibl k. Co . f?r the ertnlj-hmen: ol the " NiCartsua , ? <," ii aewaastioa to ihe ' Inane* route,-' i. beiac a ,.ie rl.ea|ti n. n.o e etpediti ua .ae. acd that ?e -vdl ui, < cr v m at eiettiona o mdti??? our rie ida and the iratelaajtc amnait; ieteially,t<i travel on thia roale, in ? : :U: reby to aate both tiwe tad ex.eate. tif i urik/r Retelud, That thete proceed,! ?t be tuyaad by lie Chairman axd tbe Secre'aitea u bebaJr uf the paa iirtert abd that cupita of the aauie be r ewarded to oar leaditf <v."v and oaatry pt;ert lor paMieatioa. Witntnrie tirnee three and one more, for Capt. ?nd. the sal ant efficert of the Dau'l Wob atar, the u.ceting then adjourned. Jno A RticHEXT, Chairman. Wtt, V Pro .k n-..m, I ,, Wm. H. BesaursiA, - **r"?-nes. Michigan.?An Anti-SlaYery ConYentinn is to be held at Jackaon, Feb. 20, pursuant to a call from quite a number of Anti-Slavery men in different parts of the State. tST Kossuth has finally consented to par? take of a Banquet in Cincinnati, on the 23d of February, which will this year be celebrated as Washington's birth-day. THE LATE81 NEW8. rty Tpiecrapo to the New-fork TriDunt Southern TiUgrar-h Offl't, cwrnero/ Iluuttmnd Btavrr II: KOSSITH IN CINCINNATI. The Hungarian Faatf CnrcuBATl, Tnursday, Fab. IS, 183?. Tha Ladiea Hungarun A?aoention, to the number of SCO, assembled today tn the saloon of the Barnet House, and ware pretexted to Koatuth Mrs. Telfor addressed Kossulh on the pail of tha Association, axd presented him with #S00. He made an appro? priate reply. To-morrow Kosstith is tobe pre-ented with 11*400 by an Association of Germans. JLXXIId CONGRtm.-First Seaeiaa. 8EN.VTE...W asHiMOTo!?, Feh 1J. 185*. Thf* public business of the Senate was commenced at twelve o'clock and forty minutes, LA.1D CLAIMS. The Chair laid before the Senate a re? port of the Secretary of the Lutanor, relative to certain land claims. PETITIONS. Messrs. Mam;im, Hadgkr, Bux and Jonis, presentee; over sixty petitions of assistant Marshals, asking for additional compensation for taking the Census. thi tabipf. Mr. Hadger presented the Joint Resolu tiot.a of the Legislature of North-Carolina, against any increase of the taritf dutits, and on other sub? jects. laita state raisosEBs. Mr. Mason presented the petition of Margaret Shields and Man McDeriuot, of New York, setting forth to the t fleet thai Uie Secretary ot State was ao< ut to intercede for tne release of i ertain Irishmen in exile at V.ta Diem an's Laad, ami ptoyisgtbel lusuch niterces-ion theuamesof Ihcii huaaaLt *, wn? arc also exiles, may not be an '.ed. LaM oil the table. additional vilkaoe A bill win- roeeived from the House of Lr; USSlltatttl i,ri f'M itiOf t!ie amount of iblletg" mui ey to be allowed the De egale trom Oregoa. Mr. Ba\MM boptd Uie bill would be paiscd ut once. Mr I 'hasi moved ? refertnee of the bill to lbs Cons itte?- ob Territon? s. and was folio red by Messrs Uuioiit, Badoi?r, and Cha>e. Motion to refer, lost. Mr. Ma.m;im moved that ii lie on the ta!>le for a motion. A>e?. 13 Noes, 16. No quorum voting 00 the BMtioa it Orel withdrawn Tbe subject was however continued and debated by Messrs Sew ar.>, Briohi . and IfaMOVN ai d the bill was then, by consent, laid on the table. dry DOCKS Mr. Mkodhbad submitted a resolution. ? :.i?-I tn the Secretary of the Nav>to communicate to lt>e Seriate copies of all contra, ts under wht'h lbs Dry Docks, Basins aad Ran ways hive been built or are bui.d.i a at Kittery. Polls ieiprua, and Fei.sacola . alto a copy of the contract for the con BtrOOttoa of a Dry Dock w ithout a basin, and itail way, at San Francisco . aud a copy ol all bids and are]oaals. made for that contract, also, to inform ihe Senate whither a Board of Officers had been ap appointed to select a site for a Navy Yard and Di pot, or to locale llie (aid Dock in California, and it said boaidhaa reported, to send a copy ot the said ie| ort. Mr. Own objected to the resolution, and it was laid over. PLANK road. Mr. Pnci introduced a bill granting to Michigan Uno?, in trust, to aid in oonsinii tuur. a Plank Road from/alwaukie to Mackinaw, slfordtOf n't SDDiMrrBptad .nun. ition with the mineral laidsof Lake Superior, during the whole year, and piomotlag Ute settlement of anoccapted Umb. EXPEDITIMI DlsCHAROlNO ok srtAMRBv Mr. Skwaup reported a bill to prevent i nueeessary delay in the discbarge af the cargoes of ,tt'nn.ei> from loruiRn port* I nf lull eiW!U, th.i? u. all cafes of arrival from any foreign port, of any i-lnp or vessel, propelled by, ?t< tm. with goods, wareaand merchandise on aoard, it shall t>e lawful for too Collector ot tne Fort, witn the couseat of the owner, matter or consignee, to receive into Ins pos lessiOB all goods, Ac. to imported, subject to the dtttMo thereon, aod without unpahriag tue lien for freight Frovided. suchdelivery tothe Collector shall i ot ne made w ithin twenty-four hours from the entry ol ?lieh steamer, nor if t .<? ? .o mi, nee of sOOhgOOiia shall present a penult to the master or owner of tne said skip, before their delivery, in which last case the delivery shall be to such consignee, and that the act of I TV'), regulating the collection of dutiea, im poets and tunnage, be amended to conform to tint act. Ordered to be printed. warehouse LAWS. Mr. Hi nter presented a petition of many merchants of New-York, setting forth numerous errors whieh harass and oppress them in their com rreice. in tbe practice and administration of the \\ mi liouse Laws. Mr. Hi ntkr recommended earnestly the subject to the attention of the Committee of Com? merce, and it was referred. iowa bailboad. The Iowa Railrtad bill was then taken op. Mr. Underwood resumed his remarks in opposition to the bill. He examined and analyzed the several apeechee of Messrs. SsoUMf and Fetch, and the tables, estimates, ealeulatioas, <fcc , con? tained in tb' te speecnes. His general view wasthat the Public Lards were the property of all the people of the Initial States, and all wer? squall) entitled to their respective share in the same Tne States in whn h the Lands lie have no legal or equitable claim to the 1'uMic Lands, more than tne other BtotOS In (inclusion, he returned hie thanks tothe few San ators present, for their kind attention. Bill poot? pontd. BRAZIL COKVB?TIOR. Mr. Mason, front the Committee on For? eign Relations, reported a joint reioluUon extend? ing the lime for ciosiDg the Commission under the Convention with Brazil Whereupon the Sex ate adjourned. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. Mr. Ork (8 C.) introduced a bill to facilitate the atter daLce of counsel resicing atadistancefroia Washu gton. by classifying the docket of th? United States Supreme Court Referred to the Committee on the Judiciary Pt'DLIC LASD TO MISSOURI. The House resumed the consideration of the motion to refer to the Committee of tne Whole on the Stale of the Union the bnl granting the right ot way and a portion ot iw .'it. "..ssouri, to aid in the SOBSMUCtlon Ol eoriatn railroads therein Mr. Mn Lf.n (Mo.) insisted on the justice of making the grant, and of intting out to Missauri jut tiee similar to other members of the confederacy. Oat nf losoa loads uoosoisnini st fJaanlbal, on tne MirsifMppI Hirer. I3n unlee above Si Louis, and I ear t^iiiiiey, 111. From this point tne road has been surveyed to St Joseph, on IOO MtMOOri, about ON mi'es ab.'re St. Louis. This would form one of the connecting links with the great C.tv ..f Now-Turk Tas otkortoodeofSHMoncos at st Lam, the begui i ii.g point no miles south of the begiooiitg point of tbe Hanm al H i Ttk SegtBJUMg poiat m la tbt latitude of otbef imporiaLt euies and towns, and in Iba lottltsdsa of other roods, which have nee:, com p'etad, i; aj-e Ui progrta? It will a.aoconnect witn t ir.au.1 an. Already a orupany h .a been incor porporatai fet ,he tuaiMioiiltos of this Roau, *>j ek w 11 be flLiaLed, it is supposed, in five years It will tSrjBaOalO ?-t the wcHi-rn boundary of Mmsoun. There is now an available capital of 04\O00|0Si, or tw,.-y ritt nf tkt nonsstary anstrontfor tnoas roods, hr.d now .Mimoiiri atks (>>r a portion of t;.e thirty Bbiilioasot acies of tne public lands m that S.ate, to am her in the i ooatroetsoo ?f thM*? graat arotki He argued trial the grant a?kn. .\ . . u ex end t e facilities ol traxipor n g pro uce to ma'aet. aod eooooqoontrj tooroasa t^.e BoaaaasfM of the eoaotry, ai ?,..?< tly expiit.Hted on tbe wholesome inrl i trees, botli eoe ally and po.a.na.iy, <>\ utt?-(r..a' an proien ei 's on tne American OOOpIS Mr Rantoi'L (Mass.) eaul the origiaal TbiMCCB S;?u I .-.are cartassl] as great an intereii in drterminitg what shall be done with trie paMM loodsaotba t ew Btaiat He tpoae o'the lap ?rwice i f far irafng the intercourse between the *tlant,c Sac! tbo Mi >i?*ippi Valley.whichmuu have the effect cf keepti % alive the commercial and navlga ing in tetftir He raid lotton. wool, and iron must, at acne fatten day be manufacture J hundreds of Bliss wast of where tin.? are on a ma Bill laiuioal, siul t,.. will be done juaiaa soon as tiie poopis of iu~ ,V can mate rrore at mar. a fact a ting tan they car. in rtiiuvHtti g ttte earth The policy o' the manu' i ? , rtOf fMote*. tbt it fore fhoul.n e to ei.coarage West en afienim,, ,io ?sai-t j0 opening roaris connecting tbe Atlantic s ope with the \ alley of the Mississippi, in tha cheapest and most practicable way Ho sure >? a curie shall be takf a to depress Western acri rm Una, katt so iura will manofactures depart to tne W est, wnn h b< nought would be bad for the vv?-,t for it can do be ter than by engagmg in the ataaufac turatol iron, woolen and cotton. Mr MookK (La.) showed that, from the ft i > 11 mucLcement <d our fiovernment, larse do satioxt have been made for puahc purpose's. Tnere fort laatleaaeo ?nould notcoi.riect sucagiauts w ih the ?)?u-m of mien al improvements by the General Ocvammeat. He tnea speke in favor of the Ml] pyejavmaflog donations of land to aid m the r^n -in eta r. ol a railroad from the banks of the MtBSta s.ni et-pt-site New-ur'eans.u. Texas, a BaMoOOS or about 260 railea, and showed the advam.ges which would resuliv-MriVng them tha transpartatioo Of tie BtflS. l'lft> ttais ago, hetaid. haa^,. . eC Die ?ti??n?:ppi At that tune there ???, ,,* , ewhi'e nhaWlBBl Pet tbe Km?? ;r.? <ree; ? a i'P3i Yallty contained but e few thou**] ,',.VV FUlb..?ta were then us?*.' to trantrairt the wa? pruooee t<> market In 1811 he eaw ihe km ttt"-^ boat touch at New Otieai.e Now eady hna? at ihn . nan?e A thonaanu palace* float )u 144, etteeui. desceiCipg an?' i ? ,f ,, ,r ^7*7 Now that ?adey contains t*n mi: 10 of ?->iii iu 1651 its product* and comm.rce aere raaaad 5 B*BMa*.O0O; the exporta tin a New Orieaas dea mestic produce akme f " ? (00 ||,,u .'tr~l of being a pioneer and bbbbwB 0f ia? Lnion. and hoped to see the cty. peraap* u t m ra than tea years distant. wn*a the railroai ' Jr tbe wet'rru bunt of Tens and lh* t. i,? mi (,. wben tbe journey from the ttiaan.- u> ia? Va^ will be eecouiplier.ed m fort? e j.it hour, Uo _ conaictr such tfleets upon the ?e.l-oeuig 0' tau country ' 9 mm Mr. Kick 1.in (111.) said that th* more ho IffOi ipoa tri- labiest, the mo-e he Wat ")ene<i in the c i.-ivi ;mu ta t: the ii iverneteet ahou.d 5e more .iberal :n funne tn?n it bat ?>??,, ia the past ln?tei lo'. Hit I tahwr, |reopUM ? a* banu fourteen hundred millions of a< r>a of lead u shoulci, whene?er cites are presentrd. mtte dout tionsto subserve the lu! ;;c UttacOOta T..e.?e viees he enforced, am ins.sted Upoa u CO hoisaj 1 me to the new Stales and fa?ore<l the Dili nu ler 1 issid erati >n, and otters of a ttsatlai claracter Without taking a voU: upon the ques. tion, the Houee adjourn.'. >I U-aOltK I t!(.ii?!. at l ru SEN VTF.sAJABY, Thursday, Feh 19.1?*4. M;. \ utdbbbilt pfBwBBtatd ? memorial fta close certain streets anu mMaj m Srootlya. bills PaBBBS is i mi Ml I III. To authorize the Supervisors of Sew York to raise $ 1 6'J?> MO by a tax to defray certaui contingent expenses To MeaeBtiSB b CoBTBBeaOB l<i revise tbe charter of the Citv 0' Bttl bailb0ad NAMK CHANOtD. The dill to chaiiof the name of" the Uuf. falo and Cohocton V . let K u road Company was taken up in Committee an: a c.ebat." sprung uj whiek UKk a wide range. Mr. Clark offered an ameadmeRt that any stockholder, who doi rod it, BUgM withdraw from the company an ? bnve kis money refunded. This proposition wasjvote.: dow n. the nteJBjaj reported by the StattuiBi Committee alkiwiag itiek boiders w ho were a< me time ot iBBOOriptioaraaV dents of the town of Dim in t w.thdra* liieu stock therein ? Several other aaadfldme.it? Mere oilerel aad loot. Mr CoBOBB moved to strike out the enacting clause ol the bill Lost-Ayes, 1. Nays, The 1 oniu.ittee then reoorted the bill t) the Senate, ahd the Senate adjouined. ABBEM hly. bi: costs. Mr. A. S.MiiH raported Uutl tin' unex. M Bdod contingent tunil of the House wasgt.JtT. This is called out by the report of ihe Controller. Mr. Van Valkkmu ki.h reported on the charges against the Delaware ami HvdOBB Caaal t ompany. Laid 011 the table lor the present Mr. bcitHY reported on the lull relative to taxes in Williaaaabiirgh Mr. .1. Kost; raported, with imnndmnala, 011 the bill relative to the grade of stref.n in Nee York. Mr. Sheldon presented tin1 majority re port of the Committee on Klcctors attain st the pea uosi of Kussell .smith, etataawg the sett of L L Snow, one ot the itiemoerH from New York Mr. KEYS submitted the minority roport in funoi of the petition ol Mi smith Both the reports laid on the table, ordered to bo printed and made '.he special order for Wednesday. M 0OMMITTBBOI Tilt: \t hol? ot rilK bill in BSU nos to r h k PVITtal in tub la tb 00? II Of chancbbt, Mr. V an 8an i I OOBD BsOYed to amend by allowing the Couuiussioners $C per '.ay instead of $t,l 00 per year. Mr Ml'NROE rotrrarded the aalaty aa not too large for the service* of inch mea as should 1* appoiBtod on this conimissmu He regarded it as a sacred trust, and it should be placed in such handi only as are capable of executing it as it aiiounl M yxtx uted Mr. A. Smith was opposed to thechunge. The business has got to he dime in two years, and be thought that all tnit tune would boeaMMsaay oa a per diem allowance, so that the expenses of tbe i oBDStfOlOO would not bo uiuiiinahed Dy the ailop turn of the amendmeBt. Wo pay oil' Justices of tie Supreme Court $'-' .'ion a ye LT, an I HOD of njntlct' I hi ity should be appointed oa this Co nmissiua. Mr. VYalm MYOCBted tho BdopttM of Ihe amendment. We know that Coinmittees and I ornmiesumersof tins kind never ap.ny for an ex tenaioa of tlaaa bal what it ia graatod. lti?n?tei Ceiled that these < oannitsiouers will a >au !ou any usiness of their own W e pa:! the c?.den-rsol tin te lira s ia.ii a t <mi . ?? dar B month on the httainoeo ol * State. Mr. CcSBINOI was also ufBYOffof th? ameLdniei t he thought $b per day for all the time actually ?aBplo)odlajn| ysuAclool Phal ioxata> aioaers might got tArougk with ifco baaiaoos a toss tlii.r than two years llierefor?, l'iey ifioud BjOt 0? pa 10 the full Balaiy of |t,000 for the ft hole time. He was in favot of u ri UtOBI amplopay for all Uic tune they are SOtUall) < Bgagod In lfm service ol the Slate. Mr. Van SaBTYOOBB would iiiolil'y his amendment so as to allow the Commissioners, ia BddtttOS to f6 DOT diem th- inil' h^t p'ovi.ir'l oy the i onstitiit.on lor Mombora ol the (taooaBle, Tu? state has had ooasiderabls oiporienoo to CoaMeat liojtors. Those for co.Itfytng tha laws Sad booa ro> feirnl to ? tha aa, fay aoaao qbsqb. Bad found a per'eci lines uro, ll? aril hag io ? ika a full and liberal fliowanee, and be thought Ins BOM ndnc bjj pruvl ied for all this. Mr. ('t siiiNu was oppoM'ii tiitl.fi allow aj't-e of mileage at liable to abuse according tu tbe elasticity of too eoaseience ol tatComml ^lo.ier Mr. V an 8amtyoobo <n I hol soodempistd any ?uch thing but he would ruiioat tnat the amount of milt miaiit be limited to | loO or $340, ne the Hniite ungut tee , roper. Mr. UtTDBRYTOOB Buyy/ed an amendment, by inteitn g after "two years," the words, ? nnles* InO btBtlBOaa Bt OOOBOr Iniaoodi and the payment of the actual eipensea incurred by the Commissi inen " Mr. Ctrskinrfl tBonght that thi.i did not 0 viate the dift.cully. Mr. Walsh thouoht, as compared with other things involved in Hits bill, the amount of OOSe pcDaattoB to the CoeamieBlOMri was but of little CtrBSequoBCO. There were millions of doharstobo ci posed of, and ihr so Commissioners were invested wi.hpotAtr to adjudge linally to wtiom these foods belonged There was no court that had tne super viMon of their actione. He moveu that the CoeasBBV t?i rue. and roportpragrpas, Agreed to The lull w as made the special ni der for Ttetda) i.cxt, iiiuuediately a'tertbe reading ?I the nur uti I, can ai OO.NIRACTS. Mr. Van Santvooko CaiJed tip the r-'solu Itoat, ca'in.g for inlor.natcn in relati ui to'ho con t'acimg h m ot Dice A Co.. from tne Canal Commis? sioners. Mi. SaBBFOBB BJkBYOd to IsBBBlH bl askirtd ft r in formation, wlioili? r i r,o Im ?f William ('1 irk 1 ( ?, ban bid for work, who <-omp veed tht' flrin, Ac. Mr. Xas Vai i UMii noil moved the fu! lOWOfg: ' And that tbe taid c nmlttiohors also upon lo this House the reasons fo- IBB haio-ptu and qnirk? sand clause in IBB ape i:.< a ions, ami toe I n.isofife nen.bers Ol the Caaa] Boird voting for and against the same and that Uli > aJao be re uutitco to report whether UbSokarge ma- e by Mr Ra ah La hit speech, raaaatlayd in Tht dUBoaf ah** of tit M'.h utt, said to ti.ve been dilutr*,! ia tms Bsyajaay ob iBt Irak Bit., ib retataoB to IB* Ha > bract, it- tine.'' Mr. (Jlark said, if the gBfrtlfrnanB*W9mm i lokMWordfoi tt. bBBttBo iraBol I ? trketCo. 01 t:C for the ttry "*Ti1rifft glfSBto J. If fttos A Co. at li pay cobl beloii tko prloo at alukk tbo eoavaol w >e utrn It setmed t-iat ettry rtaOl ttl Ml h' offer eu nere was to be loadeil WitB amea meats ol this k no 1 nose wfiicn he bad Ikerctofofo oBwred Bad b??i. to'ed down iretMaeee,oayj ? o.^dy wu respon I . for "be vote. Hereafter he saoutd call <t tao Ye /anc Nays, the* itmay ?e EBOaTB abra-eaud v bo aie not Hi fatot of cot em.1/ up ?kBM frauds. Mr. Minkok h'tid, that us a CoBiBliltBO Baal ten: appoin ed to in;esti?jnie this wholo ?at? tar, bO sh -UlU laiovt that Hie BBbjBCt bO laid UpOB t - i.i It It ??s viroi . all wrons to introduce ao uen resolutior.s, wbii? i e sobjoot was pendmg baton a CoavsstttB? Ii sreoid only lttltocon itiiiou and IBbBbBTBABBm at, and und to oe'eat the \tiy <i.d profttaid to 0e desired by those moot ? amut in favor of inveMieaMon. The facts would be reached bv a straightforward and systematical coarse. He uad voted, he neilevod, for every ov> i t.-at biad be*n bsboV for raising Coiamlllavas for the Joint Commiltee and I ommittee of Might Ht vtanitd to secure a :..-?rougu investigation, ana btctuse he cid nots-jpr >? e of tue manner in which the gen'leman from Montgomery (Mr Clark) went to work, be did not desire to be sei. down as among Iboee who desire to cover up fraud, but he would tell tbe aeaiieman that Isolated movements?a re*> liition of inquiry upon thi? aao that, and every other uii: dc pot tan t detail?would never result id an Inves? tition that would amount to anttbing. He moved to lay the whole matter upon the table, but as other |i? ntleu.ee wished to be heard, he would not do it at present. Mr. Va* Sa>tyoo*d renewed ius point