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OOe for tht f designed a 11 u'llmat and per
tBMMnt emlre) ' No. ttl Bread wty, tin In1 tht
American Moseum a point which Lm been Justly
termed "lh ey of New York".-bclrj al lh Juni
tloa 0 1U two (rind thoroughfares, end of every
JUIlrood aud Omnlbu Uh Id tl city, w,lh but
few minor exception. To reach Hit new Pot 1)11 -0
therefore, from any pa of h f,,T or ,u env.rmo,
it U only neceotwr to kail tht nearest eta; or car,
Brad b e d iwn el Ih d tor. It I PTktent that there
1 only om nth place of butineoa In New YmV
The old ttand of Ih Sen, corner of Fulwn iiu-1
Kumu, win of ioum lie 1 1 given npt levt '"
awn tun la ruin. Ituslnrsa will therefore aailinu
la be don at Mb office.
- - ft.ll IfiTllit'Crinn frt-""1! i (It any other
rurrwtrina Ully peper) fotlbe lease itnl of
lie volualile premlace en lb old corner, w tuld 11 l lie
d'oregarded trni now.
AVALtATILl. DFJK ROOM -probably the tao-l
v.l seln the C'lJ-. for man purpoaoi can I af
firdcd I4tt.it tuti) even, tut, III our Urotdsty
EtBltmit" it In fat or of an limnalitt anl
Igtjroiitrevltatof hutlncM nl pr-p-rlly In all
the market of the Union it itco '.lie l nitlori of
tbeNatloual (iotcrnmont alias Kccji'.el. Hi"
Cointijr U full of KM, full of provl-um, fu'l of
energr, tol renlr to cpa tht Sprm, itftrr a
loog tmathinit l.vil, with an uupr e lcnti
amount of trii ulturl, mmu'i'lurin an I torn
tnercial mtfrprlv. rontti tolf-in'lioie I miw
tie of tb Sjutbirn itatu, al.liouli tli" rralit
liuincM with tlii-m, l Im-t ami tiilitol, inin
l Uirm to lt" all Him p li l,t i an for ult,
nl mutt coiitluui' toilriln t'i ir rrour on anl
jToJuctt at Ion,; ai tin IiH, to mpplv 111 in
with th nrvM.ir.f-- of life anl tomtppirt rul
tnilitar' ct1ililiinont, In In v ftf tin- rurl ill I
trade in luxurl-. A'theTbivo n a'upt or In
Irpcnlirut commerin, thoro if no ch ii' fur th'iu
l.ut to bin of tho North. In thort, tli-rn l
nothiug in the wjv of a full tl 1" f Iuhhm, IiuV
the present ftateof .ilitlcil unxrlalnty.
And why thlf umrruuity ? Wmt piwr
thrrattiii the ir, order, iwunly anl coni
Jncrro of tht country ? Certain ttHtm propjoi
to Korem thnilrni 1 Imt thT W nothing nw
In that, tare a certain not ail oxtravaint
nannnrof goln aliout it. All thmUtci Iiito
RQTernod thumvhpt Inl'p-nlontly, anl don')
boat at the)' pl J il with tlnir own niTiirt
South Carolina Koin mirh farther ttill ner
eioca the adoption of tin O.i.n'.ltulio 1. Mo'10 ly
I-opoiwatochini;othit. A nt.p farther certain
tatea propow to deny thiiinclvet a iiliaro In tho
dralnutration, prjter ion mil lnmt of the
national Korcnnnont t " pin oaMy If th'y mil,
forcllilr if they mint." Will ' eeil.ly U it
then, anl welcome. So tiyt cerylnl, In
public ami prirate life nj wht it thereto In)
afraid of in that t Jlut they threaU'ii e- r o
UeUnlontoiIiMlroltHelf,b reiiuinitiiesiitrnl
of thefereltfil relatione ail I rominima of tho
country Itwful pohinon, atkuowlolel and
aupportwl broil 11 itiont and tlm publio liw o'
tins world, ilofenlud by ainplu arniamenta anl
ranurcea, and lontettol oiJy by a rerolted na
tion with little money, no rrraht, an 1 nut even
the beginning or the material! of a naval fori e 1
Strange to any, the absurd threat almru itated,
liardly aoformidaljlo in itivlf at leulirm an old
eman, hat been uivle, by treiwon an I linl
cllity eoinblnwlliihlgli plwet, the wiriom poril
if our natioiul cl tmiiw, power an I pnpjrity.
Induttry ami mterpriio wait with folded arint
to ice whether thlt tppirent alllcttlon of jnwo,
i t lie to far prolonged by the preMit Adminiiw
tration Ihtt outhorlly cannot lie cITnllvely re
turned by iU tuicoHHirt without a bl wdy anl
cleTtHtating w r. 'lbat It the only iumtion.
Sliall revolution an I disruption tu-ice 1, In de
fault of any opponent 1 Sli til an unwilling
world lie couttralned to recognize a power liot
tile and divisive to the Ann man Uuluii, In con
oqueme of the Inilnlity of the I'nlon ltulf to
utter one word of iflixlitc protcht ?
Murhhaa alreih lict.nl ni, and the p-Mtitlon
tt lint Uulon at n govi-rninent rf fwto hi beon
Iwrloualy comprvnilMxl In thorjeaof thowirll,
U)n wtione Mipirt w 1 in ttt ruly to nuko tlw
anafiou of nut lonal unth irity u cU il mi I blotxl
lof inttevl of a military prmeelin. Hut
enough rem lint jet to mature thlt m.ireful tri
umph, if the government it not to bo demoralized
ad (link in contempt by the turren.lvr of itt re
maining military pohltluiii an I proierly. It m iy
le that Fort Sumter It aire fly future agalntt any
poftHible attack of tho tr.ilturs. Tlw I'jvti lout
cuiit to know. Hut If hokniwt thit, tho fait
CUU be made m iinfeht to the public, not only
without dau.r, but with great moral advan
tage. A deiuoitetrution of the fact, If fact it Im,
it Indiapeiiiulilo to givn tho worl I annuranoe of
the integrity of the Admiuiitratlon. 'I lie pre
vailing current of atvrtion, cTidime an 1 belief,
U to the vffect that tn le.ne the pout In ill pre.
rut condition, U to delitrr it up to the enemy,
through an infant m aurren ler or a horrible m t
nacre of brjte m-ii Maj r Aiimmhoi to tako
LI choice! There It no doubt whitcvir that
the fort at it t unit, with h irJIy m.'ii enou ;h to
work a iloien of itt gum, cuatwanken by at
ktult. llivre 1 u" litilo re con to doubt Out it
unit betoken, if Ufl difiiiulew.
We are Nentibb' tint duirof civil war lien
eu both courm-t rt-lafurivinent or turrenbr.
We can Imagine the I'rwldint'tauxlity to rvaJe
ft collitlon in the vrt of Charlimtou whuh woull
fir the Southern ttatci with the hot fplril of
martial fun, at the iniiivnl when the coutett
bttween Nttriollem end Ireaten it clooe in Mary
land, Virgti.1 1 ami North Ctroliua, amlUeirgli
and LoiiUiam are trtmblin iu the luljno lw
tween arbitran an 1 Instant ekitarioii or a refer
ence of tiie (uitltn to the p-ojlo. If it can bo
laved off, let utknow it, anl the country v. ill bo
ttunkful aud conteut. Let M'J'r AMttuto
tell bit ttorv oeuly, in pbblitliel dlpttchet, if
they will bear the light to will. Hut It the
weakneM of the fort an 1 garrison invitea inevita
ble aud irreaiftible attmk, a them it too muih
reaton to Ulieve. how Idiotic, to provide tkua for
a duaatroui and divrari-ful retult, Inttoad of
cu which woul 1 vluJicate the right of the gov
ernment, aud teaaoiiably cout luie traitor of the
terrible btuiueaa before them !
N Tjiio for FwHy Maneavrr.
It I md Jenlng an I eiikenln, to tec the pria
Mit dangir of nil that Is prtieluut to us ou earth,
lieartloly uw I at a bal for p trly atrife an I
dvautage, lu the northern (tale. The pjlitl-
tltn who rallies hit party, at a arty, In a time
like thit, to reopen the contoet of laat Novem
ber, here In the loyal ttatea, ua ler pretenco of
atving the Union, deaerve t I treated a a
traitor, and that of the Lancet at wall aa th
most daugrrout kind. Kvery mui who la not
rewdy to tlnk jiarty and unit with ul'-'cru under
th glorlout name of American citiient only, In
doing what It mo trr and tuttalulng the law,
may be expected to co-oprrat with the eneralea
of Lit country and play th lufamou part of a
tory or a tow-bny, u toon aa opportunity and
temptation ahaU aervo. Ad anonymou call for
a "Democratic" Convention at Albany no won
tier tb nauioi rkulk out of view ha reached
u, aad wo daem it, Ilk tho ultra Republican
reaUtaaco to, reaonM ontprcmiao, worthy
tly of Indignant rvprob-tloa la tho preeout car
emuttUacm. It will bo M that a now movement baa bean
ttmr.A J, the city ra favor of th Border.
Artoeonproaaai, M-calUi. tfo bar aljgedy
jmif eotaMoilwl tbeM BM-mn, - 4
UU toMgUiwadopUon, ore U U- faooof
A rufKT.EMKO of lnterett In the Leglttatur
yeaterday', wu tb lntrluctlon of a bill for the
pualahneot of pertont Helling armi or loaning
money to traitor, and of a resolution of Inquiry
to the manufacturing of cannon for them In
A P. mocratle Ptate Convention, to m-et In
Albany on the tint Inrt , haa been culled lo grlve
t rf ilon In the riewa of the rtjr in thlt ut oti
the enil crlalt In nttlonat arTlrt.
Titr power of the Union ptrly In Oeorgla U
manife-t. In tpite of otcrnbilming dtltadvan.
ttget, it muttrrt nearly Inlf the Contention'
See illpat(b,
Tt in ic Kurrit mim-ir. Our Ilrooklyn ret I.
ert are referred to Mr. IUrpi'h announcement
(under the above head) of hit firtl lecture and e
biblton of Hcfw-tamlng In the new Aca lcmy of
The ( r'xl Knrl mid Itunort.
Then port of C 1' taio, of the Ordntm e tt iremt,
hnwualargeltiiwfirof artut dmln Ih htwynnr
Irrmi theareen-tlt of MtewwhunelU tnl New Yirk, It
it forUi aiul nrtetwJt In the Hmth.
The Niw otk CoiureHnliBial l!tl nl will c'l
ou the PnwMenl on M m la, li present Ih reli.
IWulif the AOile I.eglalalure J Ht'ilHlll will
iqieak !jt the llein rata al Mr I Lr for Ih ltep'iu
llejuiM. Kenativ Hrortntj- nf TtM, wbt It aJiiMIre of
ft tiilh (trolina, laprejMtrtmcnnaiili-iieeeiwIiin tjieeth,
II m. Jmm A I'rjifK, of Florida fmnerly D 81 tie
Chnrge d'Aflhiret at lluenot A jrren. It In WiMhhiton,
and ibclnret Ihit lnimediate tn etiloti It ii"t tut ten
tun ul of the ieile of Klorul 1, the t.egitlnture tliow
ll g Ht i.'nw '1 njtne of the Cm t in lta rf fwnl t to
mil the Mtrwl.ni ordinance to the iplir t The
whle tn tve It the a' t of a net of tr&dmir. fv.litit iin
who, 1 tvn g fmtnil of the lififia'More, un tb tei et
filun irifjut tor the r own tolflib purjKwet. Tho
treHmuy It itety and the rcvi nnet of the ttite tu
lotit drtiihir T avll etcll ntr d.f content nnem
the j. ion r iIimmik, wh .rn they wmh .i ue, tho tenet
iilon lend t pn ffme, lietlond of a d ret I teriiitl tat,
I let a I a 011 negrmt anl other property. Th't
tt il le nilni ut 1 1 tho prnjM rty hoxli rt
(rn. gxirrliwl-een Informed, tint Iwi tliUHiitl
iiiiic 111111 of luliirnnre, ate orgi'iUM and reid t
Ifol. Waihiigl ti on the ebottoit uolue, ! auilitt Iti
IU d. fi ui e.
All the f nlirn inmtetert at Washington ar0t(M
c.1 to 11 e erceatlnn Hilieuie, and it U fid, the d
not hetitjite lt tay that their g.feramiiil will give
n ) counti 11 om e to any atteinit of the aere-Mloulta t,
entahllhh m i-rutto dipl iinallcaul DoiitoercUl rela
t linn
lilt inev.d. nee Infote the Itiuwj I itettliratiiij
C iiimilti e thai Meri Itn-tHti 1 M tJoa A WtooKi i.
rectlvil Ihtir iri for trauiiHHt.t .n at the tervice
wnt erfrtnel, ami there WHt u .t a do'lar doe them.
uthorlruig the iwi eitnneet whkh Mr. Fivi UmuoI
Hit givin out thitt lie !lmo Cotmulttee 011
the Prrnlilriil't Hjtrlal Mewtarfe relative to toeetahni
will irni-rt II tl the Kxicullte hat tbunlint (vtwer
l enfon e the biwt an 1 uphold the Otutitutlon, Imt
they will rnimunend b-Ulutl Mi t tucreate the
meant at bit ditpotul for the maliilenauie of the
A iiumltr of rteieNHloncleikt In 1'ie deHirtiiieutt
liave U ud 1111 lamd
Vohin'eer-i for the ITalon.
Iloieiatn, N J .Jin 1-Uli, V,1
To Ihx KJilor if tht .Sun . DkAii Mm I wleli
to hiforui joti that there are 109 voltinleert, lieti.let
111wilC I wtt eerxeant of the tuff of the tint Rjl.
men! N. Y Stele Artillery up to the year 1U1 who
tfltr their aeivlim 10 Join or form a regiment or
liriga.le wllh other of our brotheni In arm of New
Yoik, aJer Die order of I.lent. General So.rrr, tir
the purjiotie of aiittalnlng our t'aioM. rieate girt
t4.ca U our numerout reader, that Ihey ktfe
rrleikUt everywhere lu wliat It Kioiit, who will aUud
Id l aldt by them till th hut diop of blood ll lo it
a lot and yet a gam.
Hot, Mr. l lor, you mutt aooeit my grateful ac
knowledgement for th court that you bavetar.
tiled thiough tbla excltemeiit, an 1 believe me vry
abaerely, Your friend and ob't Servtut,
RuT D l'aioa.
or TUhoiura to thk y. r. rx
Political Intelligence.
XXXTIth 0.Iti?-M--Hecd Hrwdon.
)r,i..Ai(iim,Jiiii. 8. Two communication wore
reiMilvit iroiu th War Devrtmout. One wat re
ft rred to the military ciuiultlee, and the other l
the finanee committee,
A conimiuilititlon wat receive.! from the Ktvy De
l1inn.t relative t InformatUti 011 varlout tubjeilt
muniH'ted wllh the naval eHiahllahment. Heferred W
the committee on Ntvt.1 affair
lloiiae blltt tieie tindir contidenition.
Mr Wair, (Ohio,) iirueente.! Jolul rettlutiont.
riprelnt( im atuu hiueul tn Hie I nlon by Ohio, and
her rrad nee l give eupjiort to th gsnerul govern
ment. Ortlirrd .i l- printed.
Mr, Maw n (Ya ) from th Commltte on Foreign
IteUtUniiri, rei-oried a UU 1 1 authorize !icit Catviv
to re. elveint tain mark otdirituk'tiou from IbaSp-ui-lth
Ntvy. Taken up and whM.
Mr Kkmnitov (M 1 ) pretenta.1 a memorial of th
citixena of W iMhlngUm Couoty.pialug lur Ih a.1 i
tlou of Ih Crilteuileu rotnlutloiM.
Mr. Jli.ii km fl'j ) pra-Miited flltnen memorial from
IhecitiMiit 1 f IVuiityltauia, for the adoption of the
Critton.len rtaolutlont.
Mr. SoMNra (Mttt ) orTered a retoltitlnn thai th
rretlJuit of Ih Lulled fllnte lie re.iuerite.1. tf not
lneomiallble with th publio inter!, to funiUli the
Bentteamy of all the rtteiil correMiudonee t
IwiHrulhe lnprtiiMtilof Mtaleait.1 any Mmlttsr of a
fcaelgu Miwer at WMthlngton, lu refer!. to forolgu
veetul at II e trt of Charleuton.
Mr Tin Ktox (N. J ) prmentea the petition ofll
J, Wuon, pruyiu-f for th apo!ntimuit of del jatet 1 1
tuttluiMl oniiventloii, t.i promote th genoral welfare
of Ihe country, Vi be hel t at I'littaleliilua.
Mr. CilAiini fMlih ) taidl l dexlra to preaent
the memorial of 11 tt rt W. IIavih. collei'Vir of the
p ii 01 lietroil, an t thirty other, m ntlly demw ratio
ofnce-lioldenioflhatclly, atklur 111 NW-a of Ih
tKirrtMKN ooioproiuii-u. I m ft lib laid ou the
M on carried.
Mr Cuim limit fKy ) prevented the iNtltlnn of the
cttititiiiot M nioliffihi la iMimty, YtrKini, pntvinx
lor the aditkfiu of the laiTTKNtH'N coiupromute.
Lihl on the tah'e ft Ihe arewiut.
Tho Critt udt u rot-olutiitit wire taken up.
Mr. 1'rittimiuVm re-iolutlout were MMtioueil on
tnotiiti ot Mr lliui rt, until 1 ovlnck on M udy.
Frlvute lulu weie thru taken up.
Me. datrw (Mi) lulroluie.t a joint resolution de
clirlnir, that lor th purpo of proleilln the right
ol all Ihe people and all Ih utateo, at far at devoir t
upon tho ledi ral authority, and to maiutalu Ui t'ulon
luall lltpuiity Mil rxialleuee, or faillug In thai to
I mvlile lor a iwa.-abl eeuratiou, lie ll here recoiu-
meiHiu tnai in iverai aiate ttk luimeaial Htept
by a cunvei.!lna or otherwtto, and make projioaitlou
to the eet tial Male, each lo other, or bv a eonven
II011 of ihe pUiea, a wltl beat coudur to lb reaiora
llon of ikand borm.Hiy, ou Hluilple4 ofjmitlc
and eiiiily Hall, nnlrred to a aeeoud reading
Mr. t'airnuiiVM (Ky ) did uot like to look at any
Hilng tlml looked Ilk nilion.
Ml llaatM -I will i, t tb pmpo!tiu of th
Hu ilor from Kinliaky.but Iwanltoiall Th alien,
tiou of tb puhhe mor dim tly to tbla vibje.-t.
Mr. BcuNta (Mae ) tailed tar Ih yea ami nay on
Mr, Cannula's nMiton, lo reooualjar the vote by
wbiih Mr. Ct-ABa ameudinent to lb leirraMua
Joint reeolutlou wat ad inted.
IVm - Mrwr lltyard, fligltr, rti-agg. Bright,
Cllngman, Cnttrrelen, Ixiuglaa, Fikb, (Irren, 1 1 win,
Iliiuphtll, Hunter, Jihtwou, of Arkemu, lobuvm.
or Temiewiee, KeumMy, Lne, I.ithtm, Miann,Ni
1 habjoii, rearce, IVlk, fViw!!, Fugh, Kit, Saultlmry,
gelatUau and SliJell .
.Nirt.-Meeart. Autbouy, TUktr, ningbam, Came
ron, Chaialler, Clark, ColUmer, lllxon. ltoolltllla,
FeMriiden, Fo.4, Foeler, Urimet, lltlt, lliHan,Kinj,
Seward, Hlmmona, Bumur, Ten K.ik, VYada, Wig
tall, WllklmK n aud Wilton St
The Fm'lflo llallroad Ulll waa taken up and mad
Ui agieelal ordar for I P. M 00 Tuesday.
TLtlll toaulhorla loan.lofta tliaduty on latKirt
and relatlte I th ouuitautlng treeeury laile, wtt
Uken no, anion motion of Mr. Casu m (Pa I ll
was madt th special onltr for ou o'cloik P. M. ou
The Kauvi bill, th apOiUl order, wit then taken
Mr. Iloiiai At (IU ) said thai we ought to admit
Ktut Into His I'luon. at Iwo-tbtrda of Ihe aiw
KUtet of His I ulou lia.1 bean admitted with a laat
.pulatiou Ibsu Kaiwaa ba now. I will do nothing
lo lir.x-Do.lllu.lt tbe ttusag of Ihe bill.
Mr. Bvwaan (N Y ) aaid-I hate visited Ktimt,
and ftjund the condition of am let and agriculture
there lr advanced. Tha people bad framed a olvtl
govemnuml, agKiiut wbkb 1 did not bur ou tlngU
ntjrd of oHeclHm lu lb whole territory.
Mr Gamut (Mo) Tb boundtrt I proxM for
ITjuim era alinple and commodious. lilt ttr tl
Uwordlnary that aba should apply for aliuUtUm a a
auu at thla partwular lime, gome lime ero, her
wlltaeullu a wtillo btr aktng lor maaui et
Mr. D"C0LAt 80 far aa th penpl f Kauta art
eouienatxl, Iher I no Inronvruieixe or ImproiHiety
In the boundaries, bttl there may be In regard to tb
territory of Nebraska. Mo ineouvanltoc I fal by
Ih poU living within tb pretest tluuu of th
boundaries of Ksmwa
Mr. Uoixauaa (Yv.) Kanau bat now a psnulaltoa
Uyond wbsl Is nqulred for htr admbwtoo. 11 u
sow a prouosliion to dlsuetnber Nebraska.
The iutstluu on Mr. Otaas'a amtudnwat, changing
the boundary, waa lotl by aa, tl 1 nay, II.
Mr, rrroa find k"f to p'op.-t an ameod-neui,
wbm Mr. Bioiaa rd Ibt aMeollou of 1 1 8 nulo to
th atotof IU being t o'cloik, tat hour when the
girull U iirultv aetslon agreed lo go kit.) XiMu
Uv wtou today.
Mr. rcaro aft.) in th Chair, ordered tho 8T
ftaul at arm to rlaar th gallerlaa aud lobuto.
IoulvMsUa. Aljourued.
Ifeaitr. of Ur prvwewt-Uvrs.
Mr. Moorr (Ky.) rltlng to a pront explao
afloo aald. If Mr. Aitir renotutloa kweittji
sdnjied had simply endorsed th eondoct of Itajor
Aotxmow, h would hav voted hr It. Bat ho
onuld not recrlv lb permbsrlon of hut mind lo vet
for lb rmludr of lb resolution, and lo by
doing b would eudorae ever art which the President
mlirht ngard at hit eonrtllutional duty, lu carrying
out Ihe lawt and preserving th Union.
While he waa for the t'nhn. bellevlrar h thu
represented the pwple of Kennu.k, he Ihoagbt duty
required tit to tsiuse liefor we peril the whole
t'ulon Slid ttlng fti a general conflict and Intestit
war, lit did not bellev In tb right of stat lo ta
re, le.
II regarded thla at Ike greatett heteroduy ever
edvoatedliyenyiwrty. Ilulwhlleheatid thlt, all
must reeoyiilae the the right of rev ilullon f. tbe re-elttais-e
rfurtetelotioiMtieeidt to ttcure freedsn
inthe oilier. He did tv believe tht lime hot arri
ved to res n to thit mean ef relres, an.1 preelpl
tste nodreailful a caljtstnifihe. no d d not believe
the ptvsetil wat ll e iiroper tinie lo tend reinforco
nients Pi rVeilh Csnriliwk and other anuibern ttatet,
We should heltale nid nsletvor to g 1 1 k try pew
what mlgLt Is considered ntceaiary to aetitr b
fun; lie would not have mad th, exp'atatioa if
It nere ii"t for Ihe fiot that he bad received lettera
ipirst ouing or flinairoving hia course lor voltiif
HKalmt Mr. Ataua a resolutmn. U" refietie.1 tatt
be folly eiid ireetl Major Asorafiv't oirtil'li, bill
was unwilling In advaise to and true th cm.1 let of
tli Arili4nl.tnUtotl.
Mr k..tt((sI ) rlalng to a rpiMtlon of eivilege,
aald that Ct4 lUatJKO, attietaut itirkeer, Vat
ejw IM fntm Ihe floor a visiting gentleman, who wat
admitted m UeDcuiorretui aide of tha Hints, su 1
rto,nesled him lo leave on th grouud thai It wat
CMilinry 10 tht niha.
l king lo tl e KrpublUxn aide, he (Me. Kovrr)
taw there one ho wta uot a member, yd he wat
all wwl lo remain. Thlt showed a dtagn! ng parlt
aily and jsrjndlre, arvl uulest liilsciKl iilthmld
tie nlemd. I ethould nsive for Hie eipolsionof Mr,
liirliiic, as Ihe SMlwnl doarkeejier. He was 11
w rtry the plum he held.
Tl e rtetker nsld the iloorkeeper thiol I enfiree
the Miles v.illioiilwrtiality, and to far at tie Chair
woe ci in emeil, he thonld intlel iiein that.
Tie II aiheivsiMideied private bills.
1 hr Houte wriil Into Committee ef the Whole on
the still, of lit I ntiiti mi lh Ann hill.
Mr rrtlnoi(OMo) said al a limner period of
the d iy he tin irituall sought to olitain the fl sir, to
I nv ei.t tl r pet I on of 10,0 10 1 ititena of C th lnu.il,
IirnuiK t mice to the Carrrttntv cx npiotnite,
le could 11 t lav a heller inlnel irlion, anl one
morrgr lifull. himself Ihau thla evld nee of a am
icte uei.lre nud deieiioinM piiriiMe of those wh
In ted him with a test here lo sell e the ien I nr
tr ul Ics by nitaliiritHti and a v upMmiaeof eiaoe
Tloylejw ha I msler cmsiderslloii Hie Army UU
I'm iiii I., this wsp smaller ulils.t. via the hill iu
Inslnceil by Mr IIsioiiam. tir Ibe colloclloii ol reve
nue at cliailuaiti bailor.
lit red ne I to the pmvmlisit if thlt bill, author
Iting the Fre-I.leiil In hit dlMTeli.m to collet! the
r vi one I y eeUhliehliigtheCuiitom II one on thik
biaid . the roheflor liseltt aul detain any veel
until the iliiln s 1 n the cargo at e iwld, an 1 m order
1 1 eveeute thit duly, the arm and navy mtr Im em.
Ioyil, eVe. He oommBiited on the eitutord nir
sli.1 ilaiurenais fviwer (tifeneil ou a auhord ntle ofH
ttr of the f ttetonoi. It lielng given wilb "it Inn t illoti
tisl control J Lo bill wot u t liitmsle.1 on y t isp
1 1 t rt"itih I arollui In the dle.ri lion ol Iho Trrsi
det.l, It philu'y. ritlNtlily CMitravinral the caiititil
liiti whli h irovulis that lei pit fereleeahall be given 1 1
the w.rt of out hlateover th ist of another 11 w tuld
not li Itite whi the there w m legal or sum 'lent ranee
tor aetesslon Certain southern ttatee have com
mlttil the Bit with a iiuamiilt without Iarallol in
the hiebtrvof lt-vi.liiiiiti.
U aald 11 this hill l (isiumvI. nutadillar w ml I be
ititleile.1 at t'liarhwbm. Kan army could mtlnta n
the t niftL, half a mlllliti of men wouhl spring up In
a night If luitiey would keep 11 together, fie
soil would leap with Joy to pitHlure lit gildell bar
vra. If Moini, old and young men wsuld yield It
like ttreaina whlih water their toll. Hut su anuy
ofbHMNloisl nvaiey will leit jireserve the llulmi.
tlustlt-e, rrtMti ami pee. e may. What force oan ctsn-
tiel a elsls to do what It required to Is d tie by legit
ation f The whole heme of oierclon It tmnrae
llisl.le. and entirety to the genliuanl mlrlt of tbe
Citihtitiillon. The iMiulliem tlatst are preiarw to
resiNt, an I when aimed men come together, there
It war, The enroneiiieut of the lawt agalntt the
seceding rtsUa Iscoervlisi, aisl ooeroion it war. If
theKoiith say they liave gtlivolset, redress them
aud calm their agitation as I Irritation KemesilN.r,
these men who tbu come to us are bone nf your
lie. They ar your lirelbrsn and fetlow-ciliasns.
You may grant wliat tbey desire, without lottnz
your rnaraier and alfresSH. He begge.1
them, 111 (od' name, ti do It. tlive
a. e Instead of discord, maintain the government
aud jireserve thla great confederated empire. Hit
volte today waa lor ools Illation and oiHnpromlse, aud
In thla ha echoed the voire of three whom he repre
seias. If you will not graut Uils, la U d' uama let
the dlanffileit atstesdsiiartln swce. If thsasulhern
HUtes canimt be Cjoavltlaied, li w cania4 graut them
what they desire. If they must lav the paternal
mansion, he would algnallae their departure with
eels of kindness. If, In tb vlntnaliud of national
eilstenre. It should prove uermary bit ut lo again
come t.ether, lltere should lie mi pride to I hum
ified, ana be wouia weiooiue tbem liack to th plsc
taey snoiiio occupy
Mr. HnrasiK (unlo) aald that hlaoolleague,lnatadf
casting repntH h ou Kitiubdcaus arsl eonselllng them
lo tort .rats' should hav ad lresse.1 hUnstf lo Ihos
aroiust klm, who hav contributed more to the exist
ing excitement than hav th Kenuhlloaa. Ill col
league's otijectlnn w the Army bill was that heo
imssdthe right of Ihe army to lie utwlte coerce a
etste. In thi hie colleague was sntirely mistaken.
He did no! bellev any adiuInlHttatlon would defetnl
suib a course, but we, at a country, have rlaen Irom
three tt thirty-one millions, and It It our duty !
maintain aisl defelld tho government. If tbe grvsm
msiit atUmit Oioppresaa atate, anl march au army
to auloloe 11. ho himself would meet tbe army au 1 as
sist In rqtilllng It. Hut, hat thlt beendntitf lit
lbs government altemjaed to coerce a stale f Tbe
army ha never been used for oppression butouue,
aa4 that was hi OiHuvier Kansas.
M. Fendi trroM, Interniptingiald that ho hod made
uo hs lal comment on tiie army bill, presuming II
contained tho usual appropriation.
Mr. BmraMAN, resuniiug, asked wbm-e was Iho
Atull inlbiscitilrotert, aisl who bare been lu the
wrongf Htt the (lovemment tre ,Ntssed on the
right of a aliigle ludlviduair Im andtltenof
0oulb Caroluisftald tlist the Government ha d ne
wmugf The ruUl aisl the N rth have b. tb cnitnil
tail the aruiy and navy, aud now the Iteptiblluui are
aliout to asHituia the reins of government, aul they
will not !resiea on any rights, Wtul haa boon
donef South Carolliia ha closd her ports,
prrvenllng the oollettlou of dutlee on Im
port. Bli baa takeu th money of the
I sited Blatea, and aha ba ajnille.1 II to her
owu use ( she ha iltud Ih anil aud fortifiuitloiM,
aud turned tbem tgaluot the t'iute.1 Htata the hat
tei ted a revenue cutler, and also a citlten of the Uul
ted Htalet, and Imprisoned him for bit devotion to
tb government ( he arrest iltlsona of lb dlUereul
ststos, rightfully and esieiill attsubng to their
business, treating Ibein with ludlgnit. aud theu ex
pelling theml Kefnniug t the events lu Clutrlnsbm
IuitImv b said th tlrtug at veooela carrying tbe na
tlisial flag waa mi act nf war commenced by 8 tulb
Carolina, up to thla moment we have douo nolhinr.
This government was more forbearing aul patient
thau any ttbtr ever Utttituted, vloleiaw wot brwtkiug
out lniaberpai-ttof thaBmlb. Georgia ba.1 aeiie4
tun i'uiokki in purauom oi a ioiegra4ito autpaun
suit thither I7 a member of cougresa frotu that
slate; moro recently tbe Fentscwla navy yard
haa hern aelied ty Ike command of tho Governor of
Florida. He mentioned other esse of oeiture, and
ald-Son'ote Great llritaln, Franne, and all tbe
powers ol the world combUual, bad arrested ao-tu-iaiu
In our iiavy, would not pituj oue of ut have de
manded men and money to relief lb ansaull at all
liaxsjxbif II wt also luformist that camim bad
bet u planted on the batik of lb MWulmtppI river al
Ylikaburgli, and viaselt comiwlleil t.i stop there an t
give an account of themselves. He did n.4 know hut
what they wtsiMloioalhHt fti to pay triliut to Mia
alaalppl. Heagieed with a colleague, that tha III.
aUeijint river inusl goto tbe ocean free aud luaxiu
I ml led
Mr. lliAMcti (M. Y ) inquired whence Snnsts ob
tained hia inlormatiiti tliat caiuion had beiu plauted
on tbe MIhhIks1 pi.
Mr, HiinuyAt replied thai he saw It lu newapaiwr.
He knew Imm irivato eoune that cltiteua ol Ohio
engaged In lawful onmmene were detained In Is)U
lia. Thry could prove they did not vote Lit
ooln. Mr. Ittaaiu ttyged to any that there were many
thing lu Ihe newsjttiert Uutt were not Irue. Mls
tlesit gentlinuii wvr n4 bare, but gentlemen
aroiusl him aty tbe reinsl 1 without iouudallon.
Mr, PtiitKN hoped 11 was,
Mr. Ca roan, (Ut.) preeumed Ihswbnle 1111111014
arose out if the fiu-t thai some apprehenalou wtt lelt
along tha MlosUsippI and In leiuVslana, thai General
floorr was prejmrlug to aeud a large (oroe lo the river
for the purpose of the luvaslou of the southern stale.
II did at entertain a diu't that caravaa hod been
iilanted, but he did not know whether II waa Air pro
eetuui or deft. Uo would have douo the eamo
Mr. BiiraiwAN renlled he was ni4 eertiln that our
flag hod bet u fired luUi. The iiuestlon was n H, ahall
we coerce a elate, but ahull w defend the roperty
of Ihe I uitvd Btatc agalust all tta euemiee at notu
and abroad, wherever our flag fl st. Ilia Idea wa
n.t that Houlb Csrolliut t coerced, but eh 1 coerc
ing the border alalc
Mr. Ci miaa (Ya.) aald the court nf g ruth Caro
lina towanla Vlnriana was that th latter mutt he
ditiise.l wllh, because tht I true to tb Uulou aud
Mr guru is resuming, sal 1 frtedom will die wllh
th (ill of this KepublUi, and there would arise a
miliary artiutiem n.rrtn ana 8oulb, aud tbe rouu
try will be worse thau Mexico, beiaus our miiIo
are braver and atrouger. He earuestly aiealad to
tbe bottler elate statea to arrtut the progress of 01.
Isting wrongs. Lei na net wbrtbar Ihtrt It uo hot
fur pesco aud coiadllellon If w cannot agree let
u fight.
If wo agree, let u do It like men, and not hurry ou
to destruction. II we do nut reconcile tho Ullljr.
euces, he bw notblna- befm-e ua but civil war, at
wbkhallmea ahuddia-ed. Should we allow Fort
Huoitartobe niiTrudered at ditc ilonf lit aald
never. To-morrow li bo could, be wouUl give South
Carolina license lo leave th oouMaracy. Yet,
where Ihe flag floats, II la our bnuudwt duty aa a
Evemmtut to protect 11 against all enemies at all
tarda, aud air Ibis purpose Iho army should bo
employed. Ho proceeded lo show what can be done
forcitnlllatlouaikd peace. Ho did uot believe oomo
nf Iheaoulhera tal would listen to coucilltllou.
Tbey ar bent on disunion. In tb court of
bl remark, be aald when Ih Mlaoourt' Oem-
1oulae was repealed Ih Rspublloan then deolarad
hat tlavtry would never derive any benefit from that
refuel. Th potltiou than Uken tbey now occupy.
He malaUlned that th Obbwgo plalluna did not
pmuue to Infruig any uthro right.
Olrt Mr. Lrsasje administratis (air trial and
n will b found Just toward all action. He pro
posed modincatlMi of the fugttiv alav law, which
was now ejijuat and haroh. Attsr further remark
he taid, the territorial la Ih oul real question of
tlurrsuaa. Slavery corns .1 by any rub) or Uw
lend North of 8tl dsg. 80m. Th cosiest between free
dVitn and Uvry waa fooghi In Kama two year ago.
Admit Kansna aad New Mexum aa state. Hegavo
reaaeo why be could not vitefor Mr. OurnsvaWw
oomprorala. la cocluslso ht aald gtv tb Kpuh
rlcsn a.hnluuitrail a (air chance. If U ebouki not
do light, Ibe ouT'an. uf th f ath wt J etaud by you.
Mr. Catw-Ma) (0-) received rsjrmlstloB to mak a
ftwnnatk tp oatory and lu vbtdloatloa of lb
couroe ef ioulh Oartu wbtek ho maiotalBod acted
In good faith, la could kavetakso th fort, end
bad nut, Ilk th rrwtdent, violated bar plighted
acta. Denevwg, aa in aia, tna 11 was w ptir.
pose 01 in uovciutnora toeoramtDr noatu
against tb South, th Ooteiuor of Owsgt ordered
Ibe etfun of thtlort at th month of th Savannah
river at a aco rneaour If Georgia doe not eeced
ahe will return them. The South asks to resume bar
aoverelf nty and fatrt tn peat e. We will he added,
die In a fence of our rights, which wt claim w ought
to eujt y.
Hr. Hill ((H) nothing th remark of Mr.
ftrntalB, expressed the belief thai tbe Broth
1 e proachable with reowti. and earnestly ap
pealed for conciliation. 1,'t the .p!e htvo
lime to apeak. Itt would await the rrtull with
(ttindenrr, andb.fsal If Georgia reaolved to scd.
It wisild doaopns,ieillvel),lu iderto glvtlmto
save tht greal atruttura of g iveruraenl. II wished II
tsnielninlndtbathebelmigedttot to a elate of men
ho would dlan ember the confederacy, Uo would
aa aoun take a glass vewel nd crush it to pieces to
nutkt It a l Iter one, oslo oueiu.t to make abetter
government ty cniahlngthe present lulo atoms. If
Gciritla shall proceed lo Ihe etlremlt uf eeceatloa,
he ami'd aek ber lor her own take lo have the time
llness, after the act It d m, to refute t remntiradlon
ot the g Virumt itt, an 1 t'i ataml out at an Isl in I
aline. Theio would be dignity If not safety In fioh
a at. I .
Mr HaannANfOa) wiu'dttk the t'ulon Con
stitutional an plalf nn as II It
After fuitl er iseed.ngt, Mr. nox-rerr fKy ) ofTir
id tn tmerdmenl that no force autbonteil ia Hit Mil
slitll be uord to auljert any aecvllng atatet. Ht
wmitrtl the country l 1111 ierttaisl whether 11 wa ln
teli'lnl H tnak war on them or H'4 f
Mr. Bra eras (Ohio) uid there could I no wtr tin
lest Ihe aegresat n oomes fritn the wnedui tlalet.
Mr. Hetam'tanieasimeut waarqjetlad.
The C tniolttee rxte.
The Ann bill was imaed, anl tht Ilvute al
Jotuiied, M!V 1OUK I.IMiltlTl'ltli Ornate,
ntua ivTtooooxit
Atonny, Jan. JH. Uy Mr. KiKtm Toprovll
imt eitd rtnitnents for II e itulltiaof th bUIi.
Ily Mr. Hi tsot S'mmitt'ng certain prrtjeit ttou
iti tfiiiUoiuglhoOfNuilitulDtl of tho Umted Stale t'i
thn 1 op e
Ily mpirt nf M' Snsoi A It wat laid oil Ihe tthle.
The bill pmvlilit f ir a tjtrial elettlon fir the pur.
poseof tak nga vteiivti lerlaln protwit tiont, fir
emenilinglhetvio,i totmnof the LnitedSutet kmwu
tatbet airranitKN iMneulments
Mr ritisoi a Sitrvdu. wl a b.ll f r the mor perfoit
ogauitaltouoftlietinlttiry f reet of the tt.te It
pnrvides thai the Governor of the title ahall lie suit
Jet I bill lawtol the lnite.1 Hulet 1 dividet tiie
military into at tinny tliv t i t, in iga let, reginnitt
and ct iti4inlea at in bis opinlou the g sd of the aer
vae may lwpilre.
M 1 itVo't bill -ovldM f r a terial anroprlatiin
of f'eNHttl for prm tiring armt a id t 11)1 ntiiilt fr
the tnllllla of the slate, tho tn airy In bo ex
putelrd tneler direiton of the Ooverntr
1 be I 111 for reorganising the flu out dcpBrtnunl
if the Niw Yoik til giverumcut, camt up fur its
Iblid rending
Aflsralong drlwl on ne.tl fl of Mr Rtuttrthe
I III woe rett.miiillle.1 hi the comtiiltl e of mo whiio
slid nusle the som lal order (or luotdiy.
AJjourucd till M luday
In 11 Atsemlily the committee ou federal retail m
thtotufh their chainnau Mr, K uiat n, refuted this
In t-esent!ng the rwjMtrt Mr ItmiNaos slated It
waa aignid by all the ineilibcra or the etsnmlttee et
cet Mr.l'im. lso.1 Mr. IliaitiAil, Mr, Killtuaooo,
g Bit linua.il etiuuly, waa alstHiit wheu the reimrl wat
signed, tail he arial to lit proftneillfSis. AU those
aignlng the natrt, bowiver, dl I Hot desire tl com
mit tbemsilvss to every proMailtuni of tbe rejtort.
The iqNrt eels foith the evils al present agltot og
the otsailry; declarea that It It utelees t In lire who
It restouatlile for the eiUtmg tninblet, dec lares that
Niw Yoik, while flnoly Htandiiig in t i.oit of the
t'niirti and the lawt, !nh by moral atkd material al t,
will reottrnlrelhe lniiorlanief dilng all In Itt tow
er to cnuUllale tl e it lawtiafied stales. The following
resoliititsis are offeird .
Jo.ou(eeit,Tlial II the Senate Concur, that the State of
New York bo wllutwactl with deep regret end earn,
est reprobatlisi the attempt of amue alavehoding
atales lo overthrow the uttioual battlluthm and lawt
and to dissolve tbe Uniou. which bat conferred ln
estimalae lnefilt liwn all aet llont, Ikot tbe deaiee
the right of any Btate ii a'wolve Itt allegiance from
the fajeralgivernmeul, and that aha will put forth
all her it.wer and rcemiroes lo maintain the govern,
ninit aisl aid In the enforcement ol tbe lawt.
lesufeed. 1 hat If Ibe Senate concur, that the Stat
of New York alncereiy desires lo avoid civil war by
every uieeue consistent with honor,, and to meet her
ototer atatet In a coucUlslory tpirlt to oonslder all
different e of opinion o a ti amicably remove all
Jus eause of cuutplslnt, and by mutual oouoewuoiai
to restore r see and harmony to Ihe I'nlon.
Then follow the resolution! originally introduced
by Mr. Bonnevw for the admission of all territory
after Kaunas ahall have ootao Into the L'alon, at two
atatea, wilb Much Omstlltitisnt. Rsnublicati lu firm.
th InliabiUnta ahall a I t, with lb followlug In
etldltlon to thnt resolittltnia 1
Reset ving ibe right of ubmlasinn with proper r
etrk titti or tti dlvid th tsrrltory after the mauner
of Hie Misssnrl Oanpromlae, provided that enr aald
Senator and Representatives shall have aosurancet
aalisfat lory that stub dltptouboii of tbt territories will
tie generally attested to, and rvttor peace aud bar
lataiy tt the ualitsi.
1 he rejairt waa laid on Ih table
Mr. KatNAD, of I ilea, expltlued that while ho ap
pn.vt.dof iiiuihof thla repirt, ami willingly accej
ttd the prsirihstit naupromlse If acoteptolile to the
South, yet he tleslred to toy that b diaapprovs.1
and condemned tho war aiiiril prevaleul at the
Mr. WAmnrav offered Ibe following t
IfArras., It 10 currently reported that an agent
from South Carolina It now lu the city of Toy, lu
thlt stale, negotlsling for caiumn fir aald Stale of
South Caroliua, now lu a slate of rebellion against
th Government of tho I'nlttd State, and thai oer
laln cltlaetsi or aald t Ily o( Troy ar engaged la Iho
manufacture of aald cannon to bo utetf against tbe
Government of tbe United State. Therefore,
feaoleeif, That Ihe Commute on Fublle Defence
be rwiuwtttd to taoertaln tbe fat la In relation to aald
rrpott, and to communicate tbem to tbe House.
Mr. Coian moved lo Uy tb resolution on tb
Ubl. Lost, Iy n to TJ.
Mr. Kxxbai desired to delate the question and the
resolution waa laid over.the Srotaker deUduig agoiutt
a lul of order raited by Mr. DtsanicT, that 11 wat a
privileged question.
Mr. Ivnjarwii, by consent, offered a preamble
autl resolutions for the gradual compensated eniui
eliatlouoftlie slaves In the border eUlea within
forty years, and the oohmiaatiea of bbu aw In Liberia
Betuned to the Commltte on Fedaral Kolallou.
Mr. Flint a Intraluoed a bill, ptwidlng thai any
peiaon who shall alt auy alore or munition of war,
anna, aiumuuktlon, Ac., to any atate, eornorallon.
givemmenl or b tly that shall have aeoedod from and
ahall be In rebellion agaliut tbe fulled 8lt,or any
jiervoii who aliall loan or adranc any money to suiti
stale or their agetitt, or wuo ahall eu
list or hire blmaelf or auy other penon lu aid of
out h elates, sbatl be deemed guilty of felony, end
Imprtttitittd for varlout tenns, from two to ten year.
Refcrrtd ttithe Cisumlttee on Public Pufeikwa.
Mr. Watduiciv Introduced a bill t empower the
Itjarde o( SuN.rvlsor of the eeveral eouutlea 1 pro
vide lor iaylng wluiesse lu criminal case tb ain
he tame
act for
lees as iu civil cssss,
Mr. Kr-ati Introduced a bill to amend the act
foillilalllur the fio-ruelUti ofagrleiillural aoclet
Mr. KmxAw Introdia'etlaliUI to aulbonae rengioue
an.lcharitallek.lilleatolae,ell and oouvey re
estate. Mr. Mvrju Introduced a blU amen UUtry of th Bit
for th payment of Interest on canal drafts.
Mr. AtotAaittlutrodu'd a bill to change the
name ot tbe Marine Court ol New York lo the City
Mr. Faxscu Intiodnced a bill to Incorporate the
Spring alitrt railroad In New York.
Mr. WaniT uoved to Lay tbe bill en th table.
Mr. IIahcv Introduced a resolution, calling on th
MtrniliUn Folic Cumaaloalootir for a report at to
fines, forfeited pay, Ac.
Mr. Biiaw moved to lay It on the table. Carried.
Mr. Ftruaurrou moved lo make th report of the
Committee ou Federal Belali m tbe special order for
Wednesday. Laid 00 tb laUo. Adjourned.
MWtoari IaWVatare, eVe.
SI. Louit, Jan. 18. In the House yeittrday,
Mr. STarxsaos' aulatltul for th OoovniUon bill,
asking Congress to call a uaUoual coDvtuttta wa
lost, lot to It.
Mr, Laon amendment lathe otlglaal bill, ub
mitlbigtb action of tb ouuviuluw to tb people,
waa then ad ipted, and tb bill potted, 105 to IT, all
tbe Ueimblkwn delegation from B), Louis, ixctpt vua,
voting iu th negallv.
Th reHirled teliurt of a large quantity ef powder
by the authorities of Loulaiana, at New Orleana, be
longing tti a 8L Lottia merchant. It untrue. Tho
powder baa not yet reached tbal port, II la under,
nlood lbat tbe Governor of Loulaiana haa proposed
th purchase of tko owder on lu arrival at Mew Or
leaut, TlralaU Iakolalare.
Ruhmond, Jan. 18. Th 8enat debated th
resolutions which passed Ibe House yetterdey, oon
templatlug a Noiloua 1 Conveution. AmendmeuU were
proposed for Ibo mor est In protectloo of th South
but no action wa taken.
Tb House paattd a bill appropriating f 1 MO.OOO
for lb defence of th itate, and a brll aulhorlxlug lb
bwu of treasury note to that amocoit, bearing lis
per tent, interest.
trwaa Waahhoatwo.
ITiisAieon, Jan. 18 Paper ia th Mouth
and hereabout pubitah lb etalement that Cmiut
dorgtrruae'Ko(lbNvy recently died al Pandl.
ton. South Carolina, but Mr. Buoaatoa I la Waah
lotion to-day aud well, atletallog lo butlneaa, Tbt
naval uffloera al p aool Nvy Yard hav been for
a 11 detached, aud ar now waiting for order.
Tb Bsuate La Executlv gesalon today war near
ly four hour on tb nomination of Mr, Holt, a Sec
retary of War, and It w a conf nuti by (8 agaluel 11,
after an exciting debet Ut which th McwaiouUt
aid-ntly paithli-ied.
Tbe bill lutroduced by Mr. MjKiah of Ntw York,
lost Monday, It lo repeal tb law, making Charleston,
tiemgtlowu and Bjaufort lu South Corolla, port of
entry, Kven lu time of pe itooU muck luor to
col loot the revenue at thus port Ikon U amounu to,
Mr. MnKux' dtsir 1 to slop th forolgu trad
aud aeud a tuflkUnl naval fore tber 10 Mocktd Ih
harbor au4 M UU view h l a iu
rnlen Pi trail al Haw.
Dotttm, Jan. 18. Prtlimlnary itersj hav been
taken for grral union demooMratlow It Boetoo, M
whkh tb Mayor and man leading dtlasna will tak
A committee ha been appointed to obtain tig
nature la every ward of th tit, to tak tb form of
a petition lo Congress.
The rtortk f'arer a t.rWalrre.
Raleigh, Jan. 17. Tb aspect of th debit on
Ih federal relation be not varied today. No vol
waa take except ou one uiUmportanl ameudrarnt lu
the Senate. The tiro's perhaps ar a little mor
equally. Meter. Ctrrua and M nixao apek In tb
Senat for a general convnitloa. Many strong
rpceir.es for eerestlaa wtro mad. Tb Uroa U
holt ng night Bcittiuua.
RidiigK Jan. 18. Thcro l not no much oppo
eits ii to tlit Oouvrutioo as lo particular detail relat
ing lo Malt tualtere.
The t attention will be called.
There It tttne ditniflntiuenl at the northern op.
ptsttlion to Mr. Carmnum pmpnaltlont, aud thi
weakens tb Uulon entimeul dally.
MJItJffmll', Jan. 18. The convention was In
cvet aission all day.
Al i P. M i II adopted reaalutlona, first declaring
Ih right and dulof Oeorgla to accede t and aoccoil.
t1i)titlitg a committee of aevenleen lo report aa
ordinaire of secession, It a vol of yea 1CA, nayt I 0.
II V. JrawBOH lnlrodutw.1 reoolutiont, at atubtU
tute for those edipted, looking to eo-ojieration, la
vii'agaoouvoiilloaof the Suth at Atlanta, La Feb-
Mr. rmnvm'l resolution wat 1 tt,
Mr, STxnirta, during tht dohnle, aald. If flanrgla
ditenuUte to arced, th sooner tb doc to the
Cannon are firing, th ft? of Independence bl war
ing from the Capital, ekyrntkett ar flying, aul thtre
ar tnuaic au 1 other de monitratiout.
TMihaurf. J in. II. The Governor list ap
(kitnlcd, an I llie CitiViullou hat conflrmet tlenoial
.lAuaats Maroit, Col J Farrat AtMtuit, aul
jAunt I'owras, tleh-gaiea ti Ilia e rutheru C oigrost
slab la lo meet lu M lulgoiiiery.
letter of lion. Tm. Ilnrr.
Onrgo,Jm. 18. A lcttir on the nil Ion ll
rritla, (turn the II ti. Wa. Don, it published bl Ihe
Uwcgo ir. Ue declares Ih lawt taa-t bo
rrtlorcrd aud trtiitoii put down. Tber should baa
uu lid Nn1b, and no concession lo tuijutt dctnandi
invtilving a cboiige lu tbe uatud legislation of
the country. The eeirttlon nf Iho Nrrlh mutt
U guarded agalntt, for New England, It worth
mora t the Federal Uulon than South Caro
lina or Oeorgla. lie reinmmrndt i Frtt, tbe
enforcement of Ihe Uwt, sot nl. Justice ti Iho 8iulh
atel the removal of every roatouabl ctute of corn
plslnt, third, the refusal of eitrcme demtu.lt lu
valvlng a radical change In the character of our gov
ernment, and ojiptMed to th strong and general
aniUment of Ihe North) fnirtb, permlotlon to the
eeutbeni atatea to retire fruta the Uulon, If out h Le
their delllteral with, .y meant of an amendoieut to
tho Comailutlou, olsaliuiso t the Uwt belag ttrlotl
exacted until this objeit U acoompllahed.
General Telegraph News.
turning ef Ihe Ship (llebaa at New-Crew and
rassenarra all Nevrd, exrrpt Oae.
A'orott, Jtin. 18. The eliip Moruing Star,
Copula CAarasix, of Windsor, Niva Sontla, from
Llverrool with aalt and Iron, bouud to City Paint,
ha arrived Lu Hampton B avU, with 113 petHeuger
aud crew of tbe ahlp Qlobtit, Captain Dlasosi,
Imund to New York, bumed at aea ou tho aiWnoon
of Ihe Ulh Intl. All ou brd were aavod except one,
who Jumped Into th tea.
Ike Globus waa euvelnjied In 6a met In half an
hour from lb time ah look fir, and Iher wa
scarcely Urn to aav tbe passenger. Her general
cargo, aud th baggag and clothing war loot. Tber
wa heavy aee running.
Cap. Dianuxa wa the but to leave th burning
blp. Owing to th herole exertion and gW lant con
duct ot th two captains and crew, all wtr envoi.
Tbt cattalatfth Mmilng star, bit wife, daughter
aud crew, paid every postible attention to lb desti
tute passenger, ainoug whom were olxty femaleoead
a number uf children. Tbe Morning Star wa hort
of provision, but was supplied by lb British brig
IVoxnerang, Capt. Yocau, of Newcastle, bound to
New York, herself ahort of provisions. Every at
tentlou haa been paid to the peasenger hero by Col.
Mixta, the Ilrltlsh Consul. They will boaeulto
New York by tb flrtt ateamer.
Opinions ef the Prcaa-
Ia the abecnie of any frceh "stirring latelli
genre" from the South, the city Journal comment ou
thecrlal and tha pnsqiects of peace. Tko World
rrpllee to thou t'uioderata aul loyal JouruaU of tbe
8-'Ulh that are aggrieved because of Ibo backward
new, of tho North In moving toward concillttlou."
II toys tbal tho northern people have no retealmeutt
to gratify, and duelro none but friendly relation
wllh th southern stales; that they are willing to
make many allowance for tb mlttakee of lha South,
becaus Ihey ar owing In a larj; ineetur lo th
false repreeeulatlou of unacrupuloua partisan and
prewe here, and lecaiue tbey know too that they
also hart made lulttakoa of their own. Dal tb
northtru pol are willing to correct every trior,
and would not be loth, If need be, to relax aometblog
of their full right. Eiactioa U not thtlr tptrll, but
th South ba railed au bwu pou which they feel
It morally linpoeaible to yield a hair breadth. It La
uut now a question ef conceaalon or oompromlte, but
whither th govwumenl Itself ahall or ahall not Uv.
The government I threatened; Itt authority U de
fied, tho most desperate expedient bare been resort
ed to for tit destruction. Thlt la treason. And It It
bet suae the North considers It treason that I la alti
tude U eo determined. Our pooulo are ia no mood
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to make ternat with traitor.
Now that a revolt agalntt a Presidential election
I Ibe fin time ahowt itself, thev Intend to tresl ll so
that It shall be alto for tbt lotl llsie. To make term
with II, to buy It off with s price, would ainiply be to
encourage II to raise lit bead egalu on titry etiullar
uccaaluu henwfter. Every Pieeldentlal election won d
raiwn lb risk of civil war. All aecurity would b
at an end. hvery InuiuaM tolerant would 1st tortur
with the uncertainties of Ihe election, and tho yet
more dread uncertainties that would follow It. The
Constitution would no longer tie the itrotei ting eafe
guard of Ibo land. Force would over be ready to die
I tils the supremacy with Uw, and tha ultimate oon
eaquenca would be either a dspilsia or an anarchy.
The northern people are determined lo bar tht court
of thing al the outset. Tbey will permit no ouch
precedent to get a footing for future Imitation. The
mean to mat II now. aud to out It d twn onia suit
forever. Tbey Intend that the Constitution shall lm
vindicated, the Uwb enforced, Ihe Union preaerved
aud ar prepared lo stake their all. If need be, la this
Infinitely most sacred of all earthly cauaoa.
The ITerU condemn th bill whkh ha passed the
Btate Satiate, maklngjuror la criminal case Judges
of tho Uw aa well a of th tact, because il revolu
tloulie our criminal Jurlsjirudanta, and wt htt had
radical change enough in our Uw to mak men
paus before Ih snag of tb clvllaed wortd la rtrtr
ef d In a matter of ouch moment a th proper trial of
The TVme ay thai though w ma do nothing to
reatialn secession, and while tb federal government
thould not provok hoetllltlei, yet It bo a clear du
ly to perform. II must protect tho publio property,
aud enforce Ibe rettoi atlutt of that waul only and tral
toroiuly Belted. It nay
With regard to tb surrender of th fort and pro
perty, there le yet no party with whom tha Gavern
meul can treat. If It cbtsnt. It must be a party that
respect th light of property. No ouch party haa
yvt apiwared In tho South. Till 11 doe, w mual
protei-i It from lawleee inobe. If Ihey may with Im
duulty aelu a fort or maglaln belonging to Uovora
ment, tbey may tela any marcbaia) vfcwol utring
tlieir porta, and every ateamer navigating tbe Mlo
ataalpl. II never cou to) much lo vLnd cat order
and Uw, the right of property, paraoual aafsty, aud
the eternal diffeienc between honesty and theft.
In view of two or thro Instance of treacherous
onuduct, and tho ausplclon lhat other luatauoe mty
occur, th lYtfrtxie aaa II U urged by loyal officer In
Ih army aud navy, who mean to defend th Uulou
tt all iuard, I lupree upon Ih uthorltio al
Wuhlngbtt, la th ttrongtat term, th expedlancy
of requiring an Immediate renewal of tb oath from
all officer in either tervtc. Oeo. Boo required thla
of all who followed him to South Caroliua, at lb
tlm of aulUHkaalon, with a moat happy effect.
Th Journal e Owswrct deliberately attempt to
lufiueao oulhern pateloa to etill greater extreut
by deuoundng Iho Lnoomlng atlmli trail on before
hand a kottllt lo tht South. II trie to destroy th
effect of Mr. Bawaao' recent mild, eotullUtory, and
In many respects, geueroue tpeeoh, by quoting the
unautborleed and foolish oommtott ef 00. Wu
UthaCbtaiarand Atfuartr, aaatru InterpretoUoa
of tkatimnt and purpnae of Ik nw goreru
malit. Substituting what Oen. Wtaa My, for what
Mr. Sawaaa aald, U despairingly dtolart lhali
TM Union, wllh all lu biaeelnr and benefit
wllh all tt past achieverost ana anticipation of
future glory it lo b aacrtaoed to partisan ambi
tion and eeotloual Idea. unla aavtd by meoturee
of peao and otsirlllallna before lb party which
triumphed at tb last aUctloa onltr upon th
BlllliairaUin f k gortru aat,
Who commenced Ih aectiflc of th Union t Tb
euthera wrtlonallala.wkee the Jmtmnl abets, and
who Drat developed their treasonable oonsplrac
when they seceded from tb Democratic National
Owivenllon, at Charleston.
Tho Albany JMoj Journal yt I
Ho term can be mad with Iraltora. If Ihey were
alone Involved If tho question wa simply whether
tbe nerUlot'i ttste should be whipped beck Into tub
mlaalou th path of duty would b t plain at tun
light. But other Interests are Involved tru mm la
other atatea appeal for forbearam. And tho motel
humiliating phase of thla whole controrer-T It, that
the trailort ottnplacentlyaasume thai foar o'fAewrin
ducee beaitotitti eni project of compromise. Yet
goca may now rrom wnat me wnoie couniry lesis to
be an InewrusaHe weaknest. Al ell events, the civil
lred world wUldemi-tlstence In rebellion free one
luiparallellel forbearance, deaerving Ibe most condign
Tht Conimrreiol AJntttm aay I
Il It Indeed ttvomlng a grove question whether all
talk of compromise ought no to be o upended until
the rebellious elates return lo their allegiance, or It
It eeeu whether we have a govimmeat wbictt, by
arrest n and piuilahlng relllt"n, le capable of pre.
serving the I nlon Intact ater a compromise haa
bee a,rrred to. There are many eooosrvallv men,
whom lh titlereet and frlendahiD bind to tbe South.
who begin lo think thai order ami allegiance m nt be
rest. t-etl lefor conccwtlon or cempromite oau b of
ny trail.
In Titr. Sotrni CaitotitA Tarliament onTuev
day, they were tlelmting th fepriety of levt ing
a tax utn doga in that ttate a a source nf re
venue. Mr, Ai i ait and Mr. I'ALwra tpvke in
favor of it, but Mr. Ilor thought tha bill woul I
not produce a largo amount of money In th
lint place, and In th next it wat Interfering with
the right of the dog-owneri. They will eat dogi
before long in Carolina.
Tiik SfTAMrn Makiiii IIkr Uirrrni to
Ntw Yoik The ttittnnr Marion, of Brwromn &
TttrsT''N' CbtrlesUti line. It will be remeinltorelt
wa Mlwd ut Cha-lclon t tbe slat author.ti, to
I lute-1 et a wtr etrsmer, and afterwardt relumed
lo her owtiert, The vottd remalnel Lu the hand of
the South taniliulatit Bboul St houra. PiirltuT thlt
t me tome doreti workmen were put on board lo fil
U.e vctsel fir her n"w tnlianon. A Lleutonaut of Ih
U S Ntvy, wboo n.nn It unknown, ujerluteuled
Ibtwutk Tin intention not I remove Ihe tig per
l.rt;. rui of the vewel. wilb the exception of thai
tthlib prilected the engine aul tlial Utween Ihe
abcdhouHcs, With thlt view Ihe workmen aawud
half tt ay through tl hurricane deck on the alar
l.iard ai le, Jualtui the pilot house, aud on the op
(telle aide taoger hole were boretl with a view
of tntrotluilng a taw lo complete the teveraiaie of the
det k, Mrautlme, In order to plank over the forward
hatch 1 1 make a fliih dock, aerkmen trlnve.l iff
the Irou and bras revcilngo which protected tht
con lit nga.
Thewoiknf remiv.ng th pai titlont of the etalo
rot ma tn lb upper itetk, on Ihe etatlitMird Bile, had
also prtigrcssed to a cniislderable etteut, abeu word
came from Ibe autliorltlea to mitpend oiatratloiut.
Two hours n.rw elapsed, during whlub nothing far
ther was done. At the exj lrallou of Ibis time worl
came from Gov. Pioxrit that tha steamer hod 1 u
restored lo ber owners, aisl th asm workmen who
Lad nude the alleratlmia tet to work lo repair th
damage. Thlt aiare to have been d at In entire
good faith, and In a workmanlike manner. A new
cailln waa Introduced under th tarn portion of th
deck forward, I up'rt It. Tb irtltioni of th
stateroom were carefully replaced, portion being
md entirely new. The Is a and iron workt on
th forwtrd batih were alto replaced, and, to far a
aiTCartntT go, the Marlon seem to be a jpvl as
lfor she fell into ll e haisU of the rblllttluet.
She waa at once freighted with a light carg , cou
alatlng ot between 310 aud 400 tierce of rice and a
quautlty of compressed cottntL She continued in
port a few dat longer lirfore Bailing. Caaln Ar
xtsa, formerly a Charleston pilot, wu placed lu com
mand, The uew Catam at oace discharged the
chief-engineer awl itie or two other of th firmer
crew. The M trlon Ufl Charleston on Tuesday morn
ing last, avoiding th main channel In which four
ahlp liave teen euuk, and taking tb Deach channel
a ahallow rhanntl, tutted only to veaaela of th
lightest draught. Iter passage to New York wa
undistinguished ty any marked Incident. Bb
reached ber dock at pier 4, North Biter, yesterday
morning, and at the time our reporter visited her.
a hill after noon, Ler nitlre cargo wa discharged.
In addition to her cargo, aha had on board, a p
aeraiera, t nir Uborera (IrUb) from Fort Sumter, U
free colored iiersons, with about fifty steerage poa
arngero besides. Tho name of th Fort Sumter la
barer are John KltUlre, JeremUh Murphy, John M.
Marm, and Pugaime. The above named Ubor
era, with four other (discharged) left Fort Sumter ei
lb Ulh of thit month, aud went to Chai lt in. KtU
Uir left yeeterday aftemoon, It lb tteamr Empire
Slate, f.T Fall Klvrr. Tb rest oonllnu In thi
city. At t I) condition of thcgarrieia in Fort
Bumter, our Irish lulbrmanl atatet that tho men there
wer In good siarlta th rank anil fil nunibring
Ih, bealdea ft laborrre. They have plenty of provis
ions, wllh a autre Ily only of freeh provision end
maiket truck. Thry report tb fort in exoelleut con
dition, aud well manned. One of lhani rrmaiked
llal when Mtjt r AanaxaoH ovaruated Fort M 'ultrlo,
b baik with him provialoti uough to last one hun
dred men for four month. Th chief necessity of the
garrison In regard lo which apprebentlon teemt to
felt it fuel, reonil being necessary to masse of old
woodwork In tb f trt lo aupjily tula want.
Of th S3 fre nrgme on board th Marion, their
comforUlUclrcuniaUnce nitybt hi'erred from th
fa. that they bail taken cubln paasag for lb tilp.
They consltted of some five families, and their In
truded destination U aald to be llaytl. They state
that Ihey had teen Informed, unleoa tbey left th
Ul vejy oti, they would be soil into lvery.
Tbey further atat that a vi ry itrong and general da"
lr txlat on lb pert of tko free colored people of
Charlestou to leave Ih atate, and alt who hav tk
mcn would do to immediately. They ar watched
and euitprtled, and regarded aa a dangerou elrmeut
In the stale. There It no work fur them, aud If they
apply for Ubor or aatlttauc Lu any form, the are
turned away,
Aa the Mriaa waa about to laav tb wharf,ih
list of colored paaseuger waa closely ecrutiniaed by
tha authorities and penplo on ahnre. II wat en dia
oovoved lhat a Mr. GAtiiaox, a free colored man, and
one of Ibo moat experienced pUoU of Chat lesion har
bor, waa on board, and tb report al once tprratl that
be bad Ukenhu departure north, for the purpose of
explaining tbe niyateiiea of tbe harlw to tht Federal
Government, Till rumor being widely circulated,
the colored pilot wa lmmdUtely ordered ashore,
where a Urg crowd waa collected, congratulating
each other on tb fortunate discovery. The colored
pilot exhibited much chagrin al thlt unexpected ar
rest. He lied hia mother, an Indian woman, wtth
him on board, with Ik rest of kU bmlly.
When Ibe Star of the West reached Charleston,
one of Iho returned Irish Uborera dale that Major
Aannaoa did uot know th cbaracter of th yen nl,
but bearing Iho report of th cannon from Morri
Inland, ordered all tha gun to b manned. Uo aeera.
ed undecided, not knowing tho eaua of th cannon
ad. Al thlt mouieoi on of Ik Lleulsuanto, than
etotioord on th western position of Ih fort, tmpatlwit
for action, aeked leave lo open fire on th gunner on
Morri It'aud, but MiJ. Anno replied, N, no,
have patience t bar patleuo, Th troop in tk
fort tr aald to have bean prepared for any emergen
cy. The excitement ansaig them wa Intense, and
only aubalded wheu tb Star of th West returned
award. Major Aaranuvnt did nut then count ou
Ih laborer la th fort to tak part la th defence,
Ae to the oeuditloa of affair la Charleston when
th Marlon left, tverythlug In th form of buttne it
aald lo bo completely prostrate. Tb whol city, and
lead every village lu tho elale, U under arms, and
reataurauU, hotel out grog chop ar continually
thronged with fierce debatoro on th ttatt ef th
To bk Carko Fou. Th woman, Dlakb,
who, with ber two children, vra turned oul of her
horn In Elm tree! on Wednesday night, by a heart
lea landlord, U lo be cared for by lha Department Of
Publi Charity. Suptrlnteodaut aUuux-x ba th
oaa la hand, and with hi usual promptuaoa, wQI
gtv It Just attentl on. Th woman buabaad, a
teady man, ba been mlatlng for over a week.
Tub gentleman comprising the M.T. Drenotn
Ooteri fix their tnnuol eowplimauUry lra on
Monday aveulng next at Irving Hall,
Accidh.it to tna Tuomaj Ilnrr. Ai the
ateaater Tho u Hunt, running to Pott Kiohmond,
wa making her Usl trip from Ntw York, laat vo.
lng, ah got Into Ih le near Bobta kUeC aaJ brok
bar crank. Bb wu unable to proceed any further,
but waa lowed to Quarantine Dock by the ateamer
Sou field. The ttcamtr flora will tak kr
gere to Portjalohmo-d,
CotouiwiointB or Poucs. At a meeting;
of th Qomroltsloiier y asttedsy, Captain Cesar, of
Ih fith, aud Sergeant Wxan, of the titk, wtr die
missed, and Sergeant J, Pern, of Ik 11th, we pro
Conn Mabtul or Cot. Cotoomj. Aa ad
journed eloa of th court martial la the ease f
Cot Ooaooaaa, a held yesterday efterwooa, al th
city aretnal, oorner of Elm and WkUe etreeae. Mt
Ehwabs (FOoBaaa, eounael for th deAmoa, okwlrtac
to UcllltaU tb butlneaa, wtahed to know lb 11 i ef
proof which th Judge Advocate Intended to fame.
promising to admit, at least portion, of what waa
claimed ley the proeecutloo. Th portion admitted,
after aom consulbttlon, wa that Col. Cntooata pro
mulgated no order to hit regiment for parade ea tha
occasion of th reception of th Trine of Welee.
Gen. ItALL aud other wl taunts were called by tha
prosecution, to prove custom a an authority for Ik
a I
wer of tb Mojar-Oooeral lo order more dlvtsi
paradeo than ar required by Uw. Non of tb
neese were, however, present, and Mr. O Ooaaaa
gtv nntic that ht would, nhen thla evidence,
offered, uk exception to It, en th ground thai Ik
declelon of tb Court on the plea tn bar of th de
fendant hat already at-tlled th claim of cast,
theref ire, exclu ling til tesllmon on thlt point Car
ing tb remainder of lb tidal.
Th Court then adjourned to Mmdty, Ik tlaxt
UMtn at balT-iiast four o'oltsk, P. M.
CtttaitiTtni. A meeting wa held fitter'
do- noon, al th rooms of th Chamber of Cotamere,
imnnumt lo a call algued by I'lian Pttrr, A. As
Low. H. A. Smytub- Koval rnnj. Ruwts II i
jAaItAn-xa, 8ion tlAinwui, Wu. A.Dot a,aa4 "
r. 8. LA-nianr, tavurbig th tan of settlement re
commended by th uiember of Uottgresi from tha .
Ilorder Blatea.
A memorial, urging upon Congress th adoptla
oi tLl plan, wta adopted, and th following footle
tit w,i, p.-.titttu i.iuttuiies to cauvooe lae or
no as isr aa iracucauo me title lit llgstturM, Brel
r llAiaia is NarnAaixL Bahiio, Jaoo Aaru wt, Jrljl
P. 8. LATiitor, Joni K. Vet It, D. llrjut llAiev,t?l
Tuatrrsieica llitios, Ucsu At ;umyu) aud Baa-til
in. Uil.L. r
FDiron Nrtt Yonit Son ,Sir: In t-our Imj
of the 10th Ltuit, an arth ' I eudoit "A Mau She! by w1
Policeman," rultrrpents the cae. A
Ou M inday nlghl, nar twelve o'clock, Mr, Qintt I
Tatlo. of SW Bullvaii atieel, wat rcturn'nr home,.
aul when near hit hou- he met Delect ire Wtctos.,
ho fired a th't TAVtog d'd ti t uii ih shut 'I
inn t uii iuii its ii t iwtra ii Having tt i
tl . I tor h air mi hour after lu oucurrt is , until th.
I'tltre arrivid al hit I nuae, and Informed him ka
was tbol. On rxamlnalltn they dianivei-ed ht wa1l
uaigeroua'y wouiulid Inthe rlirbt Ifeaat. TAVtoa'l
Olti ,u4 (all m ret i r.nlr.1 n. r .tit W... . t. .- I
Tavi orher or ot he flre.1 The .llce remaiandl
a jiint tt r iw.i n'int, aisl Dill Bevel ai pi If tie ,
Ntisulutions It Iwtvn thimte'vtw, but did not Inform i 'I
i atmb tir uia menut reny or oy un m M teat taef, m
Wiiaw did imt go Into the boutt. Talloa wo re- M
mo si lo the City II rtpilat, where he n intuit lot
ibuu tout elate. N Inquiry bat ytl been mo.le.
vtiiwot rrmaine ou Ultiy, and tUougn TAVLrava
frli u It aro tnoat urgent lu Iholr dcmiul foranln
vetttb'atlon, tti p tlire are most deHirttus t avoid ll.
Wl at ItUlkes tlis ftotllsr tix.r) mIpwiim. tVitA.-.I.B
In the next botite lo Taitna, an I has retided lhsrj
for Ibe vtt fire years, latf m boa lived In kl
present residence atet adjouiutg Iwmses for the latr
twelve years Can it I mi posed )1blt a d.te. Uv i
officer could live flvayeait Utndt Tatui and not aj
kiw uunr tu jusuie to au, let me mailer be lavoa
t.gBtd. JttiaTAVina,
191 Fourth slri
Jou. 13lh. DC1. '
For Citjr Itrwa, ace Third Pajfe.,
I adke or thi Pariua
who unfortunately have frirviat rdvea t
The BOSsrs wltlrJt lm amll tn t l
to the drinker, If necrsearv. In Oattw, Tea or Ltrotr
Warranted perfis-tlr honnltwa. an will at mi In
nans-a. Tbey take rbrht bold of rhs DIomu. StU sr"
U IHvtaioa , and tl lira HhACint. tit Mmktn aveM
si. a sh a mis. us i r-o . n r mtoa h atnaxauwa-FRll.-
Tna win aud oebilitatbu iHeeua eNxJl
aealect reading th advertisement af Dr. Aa:
heeded To the Sick and Afillcted,"oa the four pa
ofthltasper. UUamedloln wortky a trial.
I eannnt govern blm. lstarn how Is dbreot hba Yi
are endeevonug to resiram turn, lit is always la
chief, you tay. That very rover wblrh leads blea
mischief wants direction, aad a knew led ef this 4
may do Detained Dy a lttrenoIeleal I
tow i is w xtia, no. euo uroadway.
BaaoAiKsl I)ARriAi?ta ! mat bb rid
(Tnorsdar) evening, at the China Aroade. 1 Alb
ML llrookfvd. 1 bs sootls to hs suld ars ehlna. ttts
t ill. t acta, and tancv artklaa In srest varlstr. all i
of croekerr and stone china ware. alae warek eul i
ntlud I ths sntMi sll llrtl rlin sna BtfarSltts s flr r
orportunltr to iHipri to rrpifoLk their ateck. Sale at
evenlni and Saturd evening.
BARnr'a TnicorurBODa
lo the best and cbeapeet anicle for drelua aad
frlna, cletniDjt, curUng, pnwrrvlng and r luring
hair. Ladle, trr it bold by all drnggUt a.
A lecture will be delivered In trill beri
on Stindar afttamoon and rvenlns. (usual honr.t st L
f.rsiid.t. ht K .11 llll MAIIIII.I. Ui.Hu- -Mrha eUM
ede f. the aistuig Diftlcultltit in Church aad 81 1
mau tree, 1M
At Ibe Annuel Medina: of Ihe Hoard
'lnletcetoctlletlw kork t Irs Ikptrtrooiit rund.
tt I lemeni lltlL I lee 1 1, 1J I, th lloaid wat oriwrj
by the election of lbs lollowln omet.ro, and the of
meoi toe voniminect at uamea oeiow lor ion c
Cor. of Cliff tndtrankiorteU, hoiw No. K BLMc.1
I'lace (alh utreetj. r
pri BA-rssv.
. . t.r.. n..r. f. l.trf.i I ,
Met, 17 & 1C9 I'earl t -boost. No. til Leimtrtoa ar
O'lBITTri t.s otinsTtusa.
JIINAS N. l'llllXIPd.
No KItkaalii-houa,Nn Vc 7 Ninth at,
Xo. 10 CtthariDt et -honors No. xj Henry St.
No. let Front ot -houoe, No 1 MadUoeaL
No. M Oct t man at -hou-e. No Mt Wd lMket.
a. r. trt-aE-HiiAi er t.
No. II Boos ot Ji..e, No 131 Henry ot.
KOI1EKT MttllNMil,
No. 6Dcperrtert.-hmiae, Jjaia,b" tdend ttk
JAtltj ItAKKhftlMM.
No. 58 Noomu t.-7otnie. No. 30il West iOtk tt. ,
iiimhit rt rts u. mooi.a
Jtt. Y. Wttkuit, KobeitMeiluinlt, JameeDereni
Bamuel II Thomson, Jomet Y. WaUlna, A. F. Oc I
onouteo, nooen atotiinnia, it A.tMirT.
latum aa oe risaaua
A. F. Ockrrihaosen, SCophar MUla, Jot i M. t
Itcbt Mentnnla, Samuel 11. Thomson, JameoTlar
taiiiBiiTTVKOit MUftriva and Tuaoiaoiv boaav
ZopbarMUls. Januet Y. Watklua James Uai
JtlllN H Ull.A T
ENRY A. Ubl , Preslie.
The Con uaieilve'a Fr'ead.
Theoe end tlralUr eomplalnU are meet certainly
bv HYATT'S Pulmonic balsam Tha Faloiottlo Bi
Is dailv rurtns ths worst ea t a tksss snmftlslnBo.
ft cored Mr. j. IL Uodwln of pain In the olds, be
and epittiut of blood.artttr be hod been antic 4 (era
and wbs rtdoned to the Uot otssat of weekntow, aadt
inerea neyntu is rsacn oi meaicme. itr u
cUksUalNoriUKJlsab.tbet. lie U now la I
kn msvit ef eertscl besltb.
Let the aAtkUd call and ace him. Depot tM (t
so. to whh pes imuo,
Peat OfTVe Nllce -T i IHsda foe 1
rlt Hotrthamrttm and ttremea, per IT. B ttsaaatw .
MLN, wUl coooe at U.lo ottte en Saturday, tha 1IN
et January, aiiuo-cwca a. at. w. B. TA YLORft
maotrb Is
Prraea with weak laaae, a 1 ef m del,
Anratlt.ittAn -M r 1I-K1- ... .1-1 .1 .Wl-.!
;----. ... ..-. an in n K0
Ily UKlloUowaysPllbi. aU danterwIU be ar
liter ituitr tne diooo. Cleans tn
tb tecretlo'ia H I
ttreugusu uo general tytlom.
8outbwestoornorof8tbava.aalttbtt. '
Medicines warranted strictly pure, and dlteente. i
tb utmuat ear. It I
Mr. Cera I. T. Hatch, that TraoW
enim,wuiaieaainuodwetth'aIIall,at VH a. w
TM D m- OU Suiidav. tlut WSh ln Uo Oml 1
amwt the Lture o Oeu. Andrew Jaekaon will M
tVrstrhcater CeeMv Taxes-Meant Ye
Pclhomrllla, I nlon Fort, OUnvtlls, Walagta"
vraasusie, rroooect uui, a, loxee may r
tbreuth tbe eubsciilwr at bb offlee, our. of Ore
Jas. tlst. tad and a.
r. aotia put- on Honoay, ineeear aaa vti
uxeo may ba Pali
old for taxea redeemed. J0U.N 8. V
T i I I n T. n. Heeletv aaeet f
evenUg In La martin Hall, Jtb ayenee and !
IWe see no name not ear right, end point with p
Aaqraair ny ant. suxswwt, is. uoii ho
La rette Section of uaaele. l a na l emus
fayvale Loioo. monnmenu reared to too eat
h-tlnu. hfM HMOt tti BBS t tnl 0000 OI t
LT 0 farstlt Wv en. Ood will oapport thi i
timmtn tlotwAsotete
wtn holda meeting thU Saturdar vnla. Jan. 1
the th Ward Readlna Keom. ea rv
neaaarewiUaddrewtheoiatttiia. Th
nwm nresopolut will be. present and
ope t will ! present and ( Ka
ksaut: Uul tampan at ah ft.
Ck al eVreet T. B. fteteety, aaeet ea I
M.rrtUnna, C. M. , Bertr.

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