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to- For ike late?t ii? tby th.- Soulhem mail front Waahiagtoa, .ee Ike POSTSCRIPT on lb* fourth *?** The lUnknipt Lam, P<*tit it??a are again pouring into Cvngre>t, from all ?|aartera, iu favor of the paaaage of a uniform H*?kru|it Law. Aud it ia hii(h time that a law of tfcia kind waa p..aaed, to relieve those individual* mi different atatea, who are honeat, but in?olv<-Bt, aitai aku hare been to long opjirenseJ for want of tfce proper action of the national Legislature in the fNBMM. Th? country baa been, for 1# yearn, without a oaakrupt law. In that time nil aorta of law*, conflicting and com|ilieat?'d, have grown up in the different states, purporting to regulate the relation* between debtor ami creditor, all of w Inch are odioua aad ineiiicient- During all this lime, there have been probably two milhona an J a half, or ono?ieTenth of ike popu'ation of the whole country, including tke beada of families and their eonneetioac, affected Materially by lbs want of a uniform ayatem of llaakrupt Law a. Oae reason for creating the present form of the federal Government was, to produce a complete uniformity in all sneh vital mattera. Rut >o far aa tfcl* most important point in social affairs is aff?cted, w?- have beeu wiihut the benefit* of a constitution for fifty years, by being destitn'.e of the advantage* <H a uniform Bankrupt Law. We had one.it is true, far abjut two years, in the commencement of the present century, but this was miserably ineffective and odious in iti details, and at last wis destroyed, root and branch, by the violence of party spirit.? Tlx attempt to pass a law of this kind, last session of Congress, would have succeeded but for the wadness of party spirit; and it is probable that tl utiDr malign influence will d?s?troy it again. The principal o;>poser to it last year w as Mr. XtvVert Jaffray, who thus killed two birds with one ?t?ne~-~the Revenue Hill and the Bankrupt Bill?by unique Manner of gathering members together au a hurry, through the agency of hackney ci>achtuea. And if he goes on to Washington this winter, 11 the paid and hir;d agent of the opposer* of the tte venue Bill, he, and his celebrated tail of hired hackery coachmen to drum up indolent member* of Cougre**, will also be the principal opposer* of the Bankrupt Bill thi* ?e*aon; although he is willing to 4raft aHakrupt Bill of hi* own?and against such amy of morality and talent as Mr. Jaffr.iy and his hackney c.>aeh tail, how can any measure standi If Congress, howevor, doe* not pass a uniform Matikna^t Law thi* year party spirit, we trust, w-.ll sever have a chance again to oppose it, either with or without J affray and his tail. The triumphant election of General Harrison will put party spirit completely in obsyance; and if properly construct* *4 and judiciously introduced, a Bankrupt Bill njay put in the *e**inn of 1842. The present state of the honest, but unfortunate debtor i* miterable in the extreme l'he bankrupt ?r debtor and creditor law* of the different State* Jfeet only the citizen* of those State*; and under the w?rk lug of them each ftate become* a great jail, or jad limit*. The citizeu-debtor of Sew York ha* the limits of the great jail of the State of Sew York, fee caauot go up the river, or down the river, or aerMi the river iuto New Jer*ey, Connecticut or fetiasylvania, for he will be caught, and hi* jail limit* curtmlrJ within itor.e wall*. And so with the 4<.-bt?r coming here \t ho happen* to be a citizen of other Stale. Then, again, I >rei<n creditor* have |?riv?i?'jji ? whic h are denied to domectic one*; and 4* a variety ->f way* the present l.;w* regulating (be relation* of debtor and creditor are odious and unWetbertfor* call upan Mr. Webster, Mr. Adam?, Mr. Wright, Mr. Clay and other?, without the lea?t distinction of party, to come forward like men w ho b<'? the true intere?t* of the country and their fellow citizen* at heart, and let them try, and tee if they (aanot drop their part; and their party quarrel*. an J do something for once for the beu? fit tf all. The principle* required to be carried out and rMtalaiaed hy a Bankrupt Kill that *hould ben> fit ill, 1 are very tiiaple and toon told. There are, in fact, but two principle* involved therein. O.is i?, that ?r*ry liaiie*t and urilortuuate debtor, who give* up all that be po**e**e*, tkould be relea?od from all further liability. The second is, that any coneealinvnt of property, or attempt thereat, should be conndared as a fraud, on the part of the debtor, and he be punished accordingly. Such a law would protect aa J would benefit all, and such a law ought to be patsed. lathi* ca*e the property of the debtor would be eifua. v divided amongst all bis creditors; and on feu point a variety of fraudulent nmrrafnti, f?mii ?' to ait busiae** uien, would be dene "away with. jt.*'the bitter feeliags, violent animoiitie*, lawiuitc ptu law*uit*, injunctions, orders in Chancery, aid a bu id red other vexatious proceedings which only I'irf ts (well tt?e pocket* of the rapacious and ra> ( ?*ity lawyer* who foment these things, would be done away with. Failure* would he lest fro 4*rat; tires would be lest frequent; and tittering mercantile firms, that do not dettrra to sta.iJ, | vmM not he kept up by pretended friends arid i "confidential movements," until, like mercantile laeiatrooma, th?y sitck ed otbars with themselves 4i?i into the gulf ofirretrievable ruia. Then the Ck*nsand* of hane*t and talented men whose exer(i'Mia are now paraiy*ed, and are living " without fcape" the world, wnull, in a short time, honor %ly 4i*?harge all their obligation*, and hy tl.e exewe is* of their talent* and indastry, increase the commercial prosperity of the eouutry. a abort, we might multiply instance* of the adwaaUgoa that would result from the |.a?*jge of sach | 0 law, hat they must ba evident t? all. That any fcrndof bankrupt law will al ways me t with strong ifysiiti??, there cannot be the lra*t doubt; for there arc a certain class of creditors who are Uitteioasood to oppose a bankrupt law in any and every f*ran,aad at any and every session. Therofore it i* a* veill to meet tuck characters, and p?t thera don n at aee H's have heard of the land question, and ikt tart C. and the *?b-trM?ary, and the p .bite deb', and the national hank, aad a variety of other q'?e?tioa*, bfMched by various member* in Iwtli Houses, on *11 j f which the action can b* a* well deferred to a-io th'T Mtsi?n a* *-?t. Bat if th* member* of the praa-sst Congress wish to do anything that will really hnsefitlks mass of the people, aad that will be in CoMonaity to the will of iheir e'<?itit>i*nti ai indi- | catcd all oerrthe country, they had better defer >11 actio* on other mtlteri, until they hare firm a ecu red th* pwiige of this mttiuri. Of ooarae there will He the tame attrmpta made Ihie winter that there were laat winter to defeat the Will, kf Lee, and flocking. and hoa*. ai d bobbin ?nd dealer*, laclnding Robert J?(fr?j and the I a* k?rj eoaehmen. And there will doabtleat he m te aoetuaga at Delnaonico'a, and money collected (cot f-rr mug hnl an honnrahlt ptirpoif,) aid mote apeeebea trade that nerer were r? ported, aid ,if?niwi t.iat neerr ought to be reported. Hat tbonf* the champaign* may be good, and the op?e?h*a good, ??-o the harkney coicb heraea good, ? l the di?tai>re to drag mrnib?ra of Corgreaa l>e |"?l. (till we hope | iat the determinate a o. tl o?e aenbeea to do their doty may he better a?d greater, u< that leflalation may aot bo, m tboolaa- ? K -lu rt J alTniy aaya, " a aecnadary ohjrct " Hifjfuf, if the bill d<i*a not pui tkii ?o i, wo ball hl tw the roaeon wi'jr. It will be tirelf on ?-g it* the ehampaig-to, un I the n a*terly a anage?' ( of Robett J affray and hit itnmor'a ta I of fearknej coachmen, brinji >g up indole** in n.lori of Coagrraa, to cru.h it at the elerrnth hnnr. lion vWt L?igh II not call* " all manner of pi eea aad all ?????r of t'reet* *" fere f'?r, it tv ill b* of n u?e <? pay the e*pen*e* ef a Co? t onto n a te a > f<r (he nation. R >b?rt Jflfray and hia lllnttlni tail can 4o the bn>m?*? matb moro affvetualtj. Bob waa draft the law*, aa h* pro^o -d to draft a 1 aahc?;?t law that ahonld p?a?: hia immortal tail o( hark owe# oao aet ?poa them, and ha eaa glee ti e ft nal. 4*g I ma eh by bi? own ,*iga Man* I. R*? ub?r. T%U ia no eancatnre Tike Sa^v !? ? Mr. Bamtt'i Third Lc?It r?. Every body aays that our reperta of Lecturej in the beat by all oJds, for th?y contaia toe pitlyand marrow of them, while the stupid aadt drirailing Wall street clique hare not sense encag^to go beneath the turface, if a sneaker ha? aay thing to say out ofthe eoiamim course of every day cantand lit* r.irv twattle. We hare carefully atteadrl to tha Lecture* of Mr. Barrett, aad our account < t thea hat interested every body. The conscqtieuea ha? been that the Lyceum of Natural II.story ha* heen crowded to excess every Sanday evening. On the last Sabbath, Mr. Karrctt undertook to give the scripture argument in favor of tha Swedenborgian view of "the end ofthe world," which it the consummation of the age, and it was admitted by all to be one of the ablest expositions and most tone usivo ai-puincuts ever offered to the rationality of oiun.? lie contended?1st, that it is not in the order of Providence that the precise manner in which a prophesy is to be fulfilled, sh< uld he understood before its fulfilment; therefore, that a prophecy concerning the consummation of tha age, will not be literally fulfilled, or in precisely the way that the Church has expected. 2d, that the prophecies in the Old Te<tament coeeen.in; the end of the Jewish Church and the Lord's first advent, were not understood an- I til af er iheir fulfilment; therefore, the prophecies in | the N.w TV>.taHii.nf rnnerminr the consummation of the age, and the Lord'* second coming, C"uld not be understood before their (alfilniunt. <td, that the language that foretell* the consummation of (he Jewish Church, and describes the accompany ing circumstance* of that event, >* similar to tuat found iu the New Testament where the Consummation of the age is spokon of; therefore, this latter refer* to the consummation of the first Christian Church 4th, that the principle of literal interpretation, accordingfto w ich it is believed, from Revelation*, 21 ? 1, that this natural earth is to be destroyed, and a new earth created, cannot b" applied to the rest of that chapter without driving us to the most absurd conclusion* ; therefore, that principle is false ; and earth is oot to be understood in its literal sense ? 5tS, that earth and land are plainly used in wtlier parts of ti e bible '0 denote the Church; therefore, here eat th signifies the same. 6th, that wonts which, in their natural sense, denote portions of time, as morning, day, night, &.c are wployed in the Old Testament to denote certain states of the Church; therefore, as age expiesses a portion of time, the c >nsummat?ou of the a:;e denote* a full state of the first Christian Church, and in Lttke tbii state is called night Such is the summary of Mr. Barrett'* argument to show that the Swedenborgian interpretation of the Bible account of the end of the world is the true uiie. We are of opinion that it will bother Mr. Miller and Mr. Hunter to controvert it successful ly. These reverend divine* and all other* go for the literal meaning of the Bible; but Mr. Barrett showed conclusively enough in the 4th division of h s argument, that if the end of the world is to be literally so there must alto descend out of tlic clouds ? C. ! - I a L:.k ft> _ I cuy ?o mil} a* u> rcacu iuicc miici ? ",Kn ?. earth's atmosphere. Thin v.a< a |io?er which seemeJ to stick iu the throats of certain Orthodox gentleii.cn who were present. The Swedenborgians have it all hollow. I'hey are s?-n?il>l.', rational fellows, and know what they are about *V'e advise ali the pretty girls, and all good christians to go and hear .Mr. Barrett lecture, and they will be all the prettier, and the more chantened by what they listen to. if they arc afraid rf catching cold iu the evening, let them so in the morning to the sa no pl.ice, where the regular Swedenborgiun servicc is , held. The urxt lecture will be on Sunday e veiling, at seven o'clock, when Mr. Barrett piot?,ise. to 1 fx, lain, according to the tpiritual sense of the Bible ai revealed to the new Church, the second coming j of the Lord in the clouds of heaven. The Swedenhnrgians have a way of stripping otf the linn skin ?>( hypocrisy, and fhowiag up the true animal of religious pretention and insincerity as no others can do This looks well for the new dispensation, and it is engaged in a njo?t ho'y employment. We go for tbeui till the Ith of >larch inclusive. F.i!?.tT Elsjlsr is the South.?Fanny Easier was to appear at Charleston on Monday evening last, and was ! dance for-three nights, before her departure for Havana We have not heard what she was to get for this gracious condescension, but we presume he got as much as she eoultf. The prices of ad- , ru ssion li td been doubled?and if so, she comes in for a double dose too. Fanny 'was received in Charleston without any tolling of bells or firing of canaon, a* she had bren received in Richmond?but this c>olnes?, I 10 doubt, arese fro n the progress of piety and temperance ia the gay city of the s< uth. But if Fanny (*t? the money, she may dispense with the tolling tnJ firing. Fanny's triu.iiphan' pro?ri ika-?d reeep:i >n throughout the United States, far surpasses the i>r<igre*SM of Queen Elizabeth in England, Joan of \rc in Francs, Hudibras in the Commonwealth, Dot) Quixote in Spain, General Lafavctte or General Jackson in the ?' m.de I republic." From the first u meut ahe put her foot on American soil in New k'ork, and received the polite morning calls of C I. lames Watson Webb, Corporal Park Bcnj.inm, or 1 Philip Hone, E??| (our Collector that i? to be.) 1 ler pr ogress ha* been triumph. She honored uaiiy of ?ur New Y?rk*fashi >njblcs with her comtany at dinners and toirft* ? she went to B?st"n iad fimihed the Bunker Hiil ai nu.nciit after it had lean delayed Afyears ?>he eoi,Us?Cended that be young fashionables of Baltimore shonM distlace the horses from her carriage, and show tluiu- ' ielves ia their true character; and she waited oi.e lay to gratify the legislature and corporation of I n -i .a ?. ka. ... it. ,?i L.'barlettnn. OH! F'liir Clnl^r. Kaanf > l*?l*r. K ?t> > Kt**Ur. Fanny Klaaler, Oh'. Soon t:c shall five a fall account of her pro-rata throuih thu happy republic from her laudinj on ike wharf, acc >m,iatiiej wi'h engraving* and wiHid cut? exi|ii*ite HitMolore. all ClirittetiJom and pari of the Grand Turk'* territorial) hare mppo*ed that dan*/u*e? c uld only be properly ?'?timatrd hy emperora, k prince*, quretit, and mch like per*on?g?a. All Bonirut ' We republican* can beat the world at any thing, fighting, pi^ty, fancy, fine ta?te, philosophy, or fully. P*oa ?m.v muki Linaaar Hi *?ai;o -The "Cora <r.*ial" announce* that I'jtk Benjinnn, or lieajanun Itackbita ha* received e?cla?ively thecopy of an original comedy by Uu!wer, called Money," which haintenli to pxkliih. Ilow d? we kiow tha' tbi* ia not an impudent k"tl! Thu name fe'low ha? published piece*, attributing them to di*tingtnihed author* in Kurope, which afterward* tamed out to be fabrication* One ?f the*e m< i-npu-iently attribute rl to tha' *iveet poete*?. Mr*. N'ortoa, but it wn dueovered afterward* to have been written ia Baltimore or Philadelphia. II iw do we know that tlm miteta le wretch, who i* on hi* la*t leg* in every way, wi 1 not do a like deed again? He ia al?o in thr habit *f patting oil' th?- poetry of other* for hi* own ' Nrw Ybam'* !>??.?'1 he principal refreshment for N'W Year'* visiting aex? rear, it to be pickled oyater*?aothing bat oy*|er??followed with a cup of coff. e, or a glaa* of wine. No cake or confectionary. See Pickled Ojtt-ra? Downing, * Broad itrttt. '-J- Dr Hrnroao * Lecture* are pretty well attended Who will attend a lectare to Ite given by ut T Coi M4i*0.?Onf f?f th# ti?c?! h 4 iti'?i!,intrJlvCtni? | tore* id Hr<*dway it JM, kepi by Colroan Tin i*ht of the engr.ietnja in hi* window* are worth j * doll?r a ?f*li He h?? j'i?t received a few enpm | from London of the ' Hijoh Almanaa," for 1*41, J e<iit?d hy Mn. Morion, ar,d pnt op in Tirim iljrltl ofhioding. Ca I and tea the in. Dawiauin'#, Fii(D innr?Thia ia one af the , moat remarkable plaeea ib Niw York. Downing hi in < If n a remarkable man?and Mr*. Dow ning th? mod remarkable of all. Thia I* not Major Jack Downing?it ia Downing who deal* in pickled oyafar*, and all kind* of oy*ter*. Probably ha oipplie* half of New York with oy?tera, prepared in all and aecry way Tryhiaa. Jr>-Mu i.?h>, H) Lnpeaard *treet and f?tT>|Hraadway, f?r Cake*. Call and aee. 0r>*Tbe Mayor, in eon*e?|ucnee of ?iekne*?. will receive no New Ymi'i call*. (fy- Mr* M tao* ha* jti*t pabliihrd the December anm'ier of " Hentley'* Mitea'lanyIt i* a capital nnaiber What think yon* (Jo and gat. Qnick. [ff~ Tke Philadelphia l.edfer thinka that if the meebame* of thai city had made th'? great ehande tier f >r Congrata, it would not kara fallea. Yon dont ay a*. Oaif"?m ia ia fto?t?K, aTendir f to hi# lihel I k Religions Ret- Mb Kihk.?Thia gentleman ha* Imm preaching a sermon at Bo?ton recently,on the mUjcet of the late eUctioa,taking far hi* text "The children of thia world are wiser in theirday than the children of light." He explained the eauae of thia fa< t by atat ia^ that the worldly man wa? stimulated in hi* exertion* by having the object of hia pursuit* visibly and tangibly before him, and from the attainment of which, he allowed nothing to_ divert him, whilst a Christian ha* in view spiritual object* that are not visible, bat predicated on faith, which in too apt to V'e shaken, snd to piralyze exfrtiin?an explanation ? hick we canni t agree with; for to be a t'hriatian, i* to be 50;>J itursflrn, : nd to believe in the goodne*s ore d. Kcal Christian* are "a peculiar peo pie, rerlous of good works." Christian* of thi* sort never hive thejr faith im; aired. The Bible would not We a revelation if it were 'otherwise. We adiv.it however that where a religion consists of a metaphysical (pecnlativc thcolojry, iustrad ot 'fearisj; God and 'ieepini; his commandments," that the faith of it* pro t aaors must constantly fluctuate. Hut we j nave no room li> criticise. jiir. rum nujcvi m preaching on the subject of the election, was to hold lip to the ct rittian public, the example of the whi< party, thejreat exertions they had made, the means died, and tin grand result of their efforts. He wishea the same spirit to be enlisted in behalf of Christianity, aud corresponding ineana resirted to to |?ropo. gate it, and wonder* why mas* meetings cannot at well be held in the cause of religion as politic*, lie said tha' the extensive disu>e of ardent spirits during the recent election was a cause of tratitnde to God?a remark, we thiak, that is rather gratuitous, as it is no'orious that more licjuor was drank on the occasion alluded to, than had buen consumed at all the elections during the live preceding years united. We hope Mr. Kiik may succeed in hit effort*, a< vee have uo donbt that the cause of relgion would We strengthed by being "kept before iho pe> pie,'' and they individually made to feel that Christianity is not a thing confined wihin the four wal t of a churc i, or to be put ou !<y a pastive profession of faith, as easily as a man w?uld hit hat, h t something that is designed not t' inaka them think in a peculiar way, but in act in the right way, and then every man would feel interested in the subject, and be led to embrace it a? promptly they do the temperance qiestion in Ireland. But we can asaure Mr K that he can never draw mass m?etiugs, by harping upon the "creeds of men," and making christinnity to c?*nsi>t rf a belief in them. The doctrine ?f election for inat*nc?, which makes the salvation of souls a kind of lottery, inn hick the prizes are to the blanks, as one to a thousand, is rather calculated to dishearten men. The political mass meetings in which fortv I thou land mea or ra< re come togciker, almost spontaneously, take place only where there is vnirrrsat tuffrage. The veteran editor of the Boston Courier is rather severe upon thi??erninn of Sir. K'?, characterising it a* ' milk for babes," and expressing surprise that its author, if it is a specimen of his ability, should hare acquired so much celebrity. It is always tha way with the Boston folks, it las been often remarked, they ri:n down every tling th.t is not got ?.) in their city. Dogmu or the Catholic Ch urch? Dr. Spring ] in hi* speech on tbe Catholic School Ijacstinu, al |nw>'d himself to be betrayed into a lamentable ex- j hibition of the Antichristiaa spirit i.i w Inch the | zealots of sectarianism are too ;:ro> e to indulge, lie gave his opinion of the Catbolie church, by , a- 1 dorsing those of Voltaire, w hose acute mind, he 1 iid, " *a< impelled t. the conv.ctii.n hut he J would sooner be an infidel, than embrace the d*g- , mas of the Catholic church." A sentiment. Or. Sprior confessed, he felly concurred in VVe h??r 1 heard Dr Spring allude to the charac'er and opiu- t inns of V\ Itaire, beforo his owi coagregatu n, bn| i always in condemnation of the man, au 1 of b:? judgment in matters of religioo. W# marvel, therefor.', ' bow he can reconcile it withtha dutie s of a Cnri--, 1 tian, of doing as he woald bo done by," in quoting t the opinions of an infidel writer, in a disputation 'j purely religions. The ingeuuouaiiess of this c- nrse would almost 1 - ad one to think that h- kno* s nothing about the doctrincs of the Catholic church, t except wh .t has eo . e lo him through the satn pol | luted channel. The dogma* which "tbe scute a mind of V,,ltaire"ana haiaatised and ridiculed, or at least some of tbcm, constitute the iHndaicentni d. r | ' trines of the Pu sbyter'mi church, and |>raba?]y ' these would never have bsen dreamt of but for ' the metaphysical cii .it on- of th<* old I 'atholic 1 lathers 1^ thonfore, i.ie st-ktures of Vol-aire ai 1 just, they shoald have a general unJ n t a partial ' application, f>i?hop Hushes, in repljn* t,t |)r f Spring, did n .t retort Im quoting l,Viu Point's opi- t aion of Prcsbyteriaiiisiu, but thaoked the llevereud reatlemun f r ti e caador with which he had avnwed his principle" I lie fol!o? iag Statistic*, from the ( London Patriot, show the promriion the Catholic religion, which Dr. Spring declares is worse than i-ifideluj , l> at > to the other religious denoim uti-<us ' of the world:? J Catholics 140,000,000 ? All oth.r rhri<tia-d. nomins'. >n. uaited li'VCOOUO lews ...... 4.0(<0.0e0 Mahometans .... M,C0t,QCO ' Uolsiors of all lorts .... .'hM.OOV.oOO . Total jopulatian of the world . b40.000,000 ' If, therefore. Or Sprinr ].refers the infidelit) of ' Voltaire and Paine, an J recommends it to ) ou g I wen, before the rclig;on ff I'. -cbal and Fentlon, ( Kanny IVritMism n?u*t indenl I.* lookior up, and a new edition of t he ' .igc of Reason' will be called lor We are opposed t? the t atholfcs obtaining inv portion of the School fuud, and if it appears, as we ' think is the case, ihat oih?r rets have an undue j influence in t a public schools, it should be abated. , 1-uk or t'lkti her?licmrn"? me 01 rininer, , tha <rrat Mrlb<>tli-t U?? mo, Ii4* <U(t been tran-Lud into German, and puhlithrd in ( > many with h |>re. 1 Uce, by the pi?(i? Or Tholiick, who la one ol the I firit icaolari iu (Jrrmany H < . r? glad ??f lhi , a* , no age or country haterer produced a man of more [?-rt? it piety, or more perlect (badly; no churc i i r? r 4 a mom apo?t.|ieal ruiuiutt r than Mr Fletcher Indeed, we woo id know nothing it I be f*irc?t and the iuo?l eteell nt f I ait* of the g??pel, if Wi bad no chri?tian bi< grapher*. How to riLL aiknptt Pciu.?What are the Methodist* doing in order to relitva the "amply and indebted treaaaryV I be uun-iiour) trea<uiy matt ie replenished. Ren>? inker, frienda, the world, th?l?eai hen v orld, many ol wh< ni are periihing daily for lack of the bread of life, which wa bar* ia ikttiliner, and which tituil a t be withheld from tUo it* itute. Lttui. Rrn<iiii.?The llritmh and Foreign Uilile Societ y ainee it * institution,thirty ai? year* ?;o, liai utoed IJ u:i4 .',31 ?opiet of the Mible and Tfliire t, fro o the depot in London, < > rlunre of 8,21tt,I7ti c pie* ioiied by ?oei?-tie* tbrta I. A P?*twr.Li?The Rer. Mr. Pj>?at of tha Pre?bvteri.o Ckarch, in Tweaty-?ccord ?tr?et atirtJ A eeaua, ia about to bid faren ell tu ' ha people of hi* flirk, in cnn*eqnence ?f the 'inf >rg'> jag diapoaic ou of one who mi?ii"ler?tor>d *ome tri liag attentio** What a pitr, wh it a pity; that the prjac ofa church, md of a talrntad young minuter *1 <>uld be broken up, and all for a tlirte. T?i? l".?io* TiiroLooic\l SimmaIT ? We are happy ia announcing at large, and e?p?c.ally to the immediate friend* ol the Institution, that the aaaall po?, which to tnurh alarmed the Faralty and Student* of the Union The<|ogieal Seainary, baa en * - ?i . ?_.j ?? IIKiy ailapp'irin, ll nmm mm i indirt lual Nodonbt the de? -nt prar?t? that were olfer? d up. and the timely attention r?T?#i3?f i?n, han* efmp'etely nuceeeded in expellingthif mi?e raMe diaea.v fr m the hnildinf It i? n?W raeatian, and we hope thai the ynnug mec will rtiarn to their wonted a?r>cn(ir>n? in tail b? al'h and in c^'d ipir.l* May the great Phy?ieian of ami* and bodiea take thnn all under the ahadow of hi* wing* e Call attention in th? ma it ?le alt and fan cr artielea that are to be fi>und in the < in of Sm.th Prentian At th aeaaon of purchatt, g nienact, and pre?ent making, laJie* ihould m.ik- | point of calling in at the afore of Smith Prentita. Bee aiTartiMHnl (J"/- rhopi- who have n?t already applied theraaelvre with eopie* of the new Annual", we ndvieo to haaten to J k II (?. Laaclev'a booktfore, .17 Chat haiaatreet, where they will fi. d the rnoit toinpleto aeeortaient, and at I ho Joweet price* l>nn't all ga at once ' Tur Avrinriir irni liai a l'ertieod an overwhelm!' x >rra> >f nivelty *'i>l talent for he oeea?11 n of Xf? Kve an I l)?y Intl. aflernoon of Friday ai e*tra perf>rw?*nee will bi gi'ea, ton meneirg at t wo o'clock. Look out ejrly f r placet The animal exhibition if open daring bolt day and evening I Owk Mone Rvtciti.?Hugh Wat?< a, a nativa of HcotlanJ, lone a reeijent of Anbur >, in tki( Ht^te, > remitted anirHe by drowning hii??elf in s? well.f* Htikihal, Otweg* county. He wa* la eonforttb!* llreimitin'i, and it ie tappnird ke killed kkwtlf a a fit of insanity The inrreaae of t?lf anmder ia avtoniah n;ly rapid Ca*?ot Rr ad aaa - .Nearly e gl.teen tboutand in Mittoari. buitoii, tviit .? ?*e- 18-w. T to inform you |M tbe libe' ,uit 'he Hoc. Moses (J|nne" against tH?rc|iri?tor of (be Ua^'?tate Democrat of this city, ban been amicably di""ted by lhe l,ar" tie*, and tht couit'y attorney imi iworning entered a no/jiro$ in the indiew.<iit that /t?* pending against them, aud which was to h?re p?en tried thi? mornfar Mr;. Kinney is ttill in the city; I taw ker thi? morning at the residence of a friend, and from her learut her prt?eit situation. The evidence u.iou thu point proved the estate of th? deceased to be most completely insolvent, leaving, after payment of the necessary expenses of the administration, the trifling sum of $'! J for the widow, which sum, together with abou #200 raised for the purpose by her old and reduced father, by mortgaging kit farm, situato in New Portland, Maiae, was all expended prior t"? the trial in eliciting testimony for her defence. Any pecu'iiary aid your citizens may be disposed to extend, will be thaukfully received by her, and she is most needy. The Woods had a great house at the Trennont last night, while ])ncl<>t?nu played to about $30. The Woods give two concerts here this week, assisted by Hrough ana nuttier, una Itieu leave lor >ew Vork. N. [Current uudtnee of the Herald.] Key W??t, Dec. 19, 1&40. We have no rceent new* from the Indians. They appear, however, to be numerous anout the Southern portion of the territory. Col. Hirncy has entered the everglade* with about 80 men, half of wbo::i are armed with Colt's riflef, and guided by a nf;rn, who recently came in frr>m the Indian*. From the enterprising character of thit officer, we feel confident that he will leave no efFort untried to capture or kill some of the miscreant* who are continually on our shores. Theathicali?Wohsk ami) Worse.?Last night there were not twenty persons in the boxes at the Paik, and not many more in the pit. The National wan alas miierubly attended. VY hat are theatricals coming to ia this city 1 Neither of the two large theatres j ay, and we understand that the horses are going to clear or be cleared out from the Howery soon. The big theatres must shut up for a time, until things take a turn. It'* of no use to keep open and not pay for rent, lights, license, and salaries. It's a pity. Here is Mr. Simpson, a most excellent man, been a manager nearly twenty yea"*, always kept things straight, always moral and gentlemanly, a good actor, and never quarrelling with the press, and yet he can't succeed; here is Mr. Wilson, a very indifferent actor, and to our thinking a very indifferent manager, quarrels with the press, and lets his company quarrel and publish bulletins, and he can't succeed. Koth ways are tried, and both fail. What is to be dene. Let b*th take what tliey call a complimentary benefit, pocket as much money as they can, and then shut up, and sleep t'trough the winter, like dormice. To bed ! to sleep ! E/.ua Whit*.?The iciitence of death passe I on this man, bj his Honor Judge lnglis,as the presiding Jud^e of the Court of Oyer unci Terminer, on the ?>J Not. 1839, ha* been reverted, and a new trial (rahted. This decision was arrived at ia the Court J r'.>r the Correcting of Error* on Monday last, on which occasion written opinions, very lengthy? ' is we hear?and doubtless Tory erudite?were tie ivered by hit Honor Chancellor McCoun, Sena- ' ors Verplanck, Edwards, Dixon, Wa?er, und Kmt- ' nan. The decision of the Court was then takm, ?!u n twenty-one senators voted for the reveria', ' ind one, Seaator Van Dyke.for an adverse decision, vhich would have affirmed the decision of the Su- 1 m me Court, as alio the verdict of the jury who 1 ried White at the July term, 1S39, of the Oyer and Terminer. c P?-er Fitzpatrick, for whose murder White was ' tied, met his fate in the e?rly part of the m?nth of 'kbrs.ary, and White was arrested at lloston ' i Aw days after. He was committed for trial by h?* r.iugift rates of the Up;>er Police, and hat b?en W-i confinement in the City Prison ever since. [ The decision of the Conrt of Appeal was eommu- j iea'*' toWhito by hia e ian?el, David (>rahim, i-q Jle bore the communication with the same Irrij'iett an l that he 'l iie Ciiautek Sustained.- Cttart Ut ' in> etioui nf Kri'ir. haw ail.rn.e>l tlto ffVMBt jtid< uent of the Supremo Court, in the t< *1 of fkc PiopIev.The .Mayorand Al lerns. n iftlw CUy of S'tiv Voik.on a writ of i/uo ir irrunl'j/mlUmg om th? lefendants to show caaso why they to M* i* Judges iu the Criminal and County Courts. '1 he ir?t decuien was for the del'ciidaati.aud thr que.(ion y igain came up on an appeal by the pluntilli to the ribuuul to the last resort. Two judgments havirg * ?ecn give:. in lavor oi this long estsbli.hed privileges of the Aldermen, we suppose it will be per- i iiitied to stand. Ii Tnr. Biriv Cite ? ltvulbe remembered that d Mr ltarry did not fii.ish his argument in this ca?e at he la?t sitting of the Court of Errors, and the hearmg of the remainder of it was postponed a', his re- t 1'iest, until th# present term. We now understand ^ :hat owing to the press of other business, and to the 1 ?bn nee ol" some uf the Nenuors who were present | it the previous part of the argument, the ca<v will i not be decided at ?k>? term of the Court. The ea?e I will therefore have to b-i reargued m. n*w Senate, and the exciteiui'Bt and interest be kept up , probably for a year longer. .* t rcnnnir ju???ibi -j a?^ociauuii, 1 Excitement ia tlie order of the day. We have I jitl pa*ted through one of the most m? inorabie poliIleal eaeitement* ever uitnriinl In driving the chariot of reform there if dinner that we itrire too furionily. and In at the axle, and act the \*!i dr on Gtt. Men hrnl u catt'e are herded?all go to work, cleaving dot I ard butchering each othi r, cailmg name-, (ranjing thunderbolt*, grinding out cie<d<, sawing <11 ?\items, roaring liiitilj fnr Hit puMic good, i.nJ?(do they not nn-aa ??iaetimr* theiro ?-?T) politician*, editor*, and partien, call ef-h other fools, rsgamufhu*, *e< aadieln.anJ clerer fellow*. Kxciiemmt, loo, i* the ward ia m.ttUr* of mind. L*cit? inei.t enter* into our language. Sentence) mii t be abort?ia tbe hop .kip and jump, *tartliag (tyle. 1 be dictionaiieii, too, art in a whirl?and now the Mercantile Library A**ociatio>. hai com mencrd it annual excitee.nt, to atllict the world with folly, eloquence, ignorance and wit. Hut it mu?t be neknow ledged that the?e election* do more t? brine the institution into notice, arid purify the bodr politic, than all the Wall street print*, filled with pull* iiid flummery. We la*t year endeavored to purify the*e yoang men'* moral*, and purge the Library, and in?till a little ?o?nd aente into ita m (libera; and we e'poused tbe caa*e of the "regular*," and by that mean* the "Silliman ticket" wa* elected by a majority over b'-th the other ticket*. The* entered upon the dutie* of their office, and hare en far performed thriu to the beneftt of the institution. Thu ye?r we (?< not >ay eo much ia favor of the regnlar ticket, whidi i? )U?t out We ahoulrf like to have (hem drove pa?t >i? ia review, that wo might judge of their cap hiliti?* to please the ladie*, when eeatid on the land behind the speaker. We wonder whst the nomnstin? committee hare been Ibout all thi* time, that tb< y have not been ahla to get up a better ticket The fir*t on the ticket i* too hot headed, and ha* got too much of Tip cong* and hard ciderabont him for literary hn*ine*> In (electing a President, care ahonld he taken to elect one of talent, and one who wiil rai*a the cha racier of the a**ociation. Are such qualities to he found in the nominee! Are they to be found in the ? lew r rraiavHi ?? r ?ir ?iiw|--r?i n? u-'nui ??. n mi pity the committee didn't |>ut the Corresponding Serreiary first on the list. U ? h*r? a great deal more to say at the proper time. Meanwhile, young n??i, look to the in<?rests >( the institution See that nothing it done in the lark ? no secret eonclares?no ennrnssing Prepare lelihcrat?ly a good tirk't in opposition, ard we will ue wkether we like it *r not. Ptren Piers k. C??. RiMAiti -Vary well, Peter? go ahaad These bif h-.y* always ha*? a row ahont the Association one* a rear, and thin is only the first gun. Now for the other aide. Come on.? lln a'd Theatrical!.?Forreat is in Richmond, Buek atona in Washington, and Power in New Orleans 1 he Woods, with Hmugb, gare a concert in Hostoa en Wednesday evening. Ilonttnas (or W?n- Mrs /Jenersl Usines reo?s'ed her Leetnre on the " llorrors of War," in FkiMelphia on Tneaday night. iswrrtL W R*tD?twa? Mayor of Providence, it 4s Ml wmmmammrnKSSSsa fartliw ll;ookt,n IlnJ Yesterday we leari.e^ f tfk> v ?,t?rc?ti?4 particular* of Ike pang jTb?rg.<t>* whxL h*%iuf.?, tad Brooklyn lor (o long) n u<j? . v Nothing further has b??i Ufvi|?p-J rt%iv to the murder of the lad Putlp?, tut Ul? suppovitioti ' thM William Nesbi% or rather libit hf r M il known more about it than'Wajr th^n no v in pn oa. He it about twenty f<,ur year* old, ?) it, (Hick* : aud ha? we rro told, th. mo,t hnrn* 1... > tacc ever seen. He carries histi?de j? i,,.,u He wan arretted in the first plat,* wu ?usi.iei#i? t f being the murderer or aider and abeu?r |u?- r. io from various circumstances, one of which was, j on his clothes. After him, Edward Mangan arrested, and by his confession of burglaries, DauieP f.IcGonagal, a pedlar, John Mcllheuny, the keeper of the Eagle Tavern, and young Conk were arrested, but none of these on the charge of the lunrder, as has been stated. Xesbitt is 'the only oue in prison on that charge. 'I he reports that Cook wa* the leader of the gang are incorrect. Mc Uouagal and Mcllheuny, two great rascal*, were the leaderj. They planned the robberies, and purchased for a mere mat; all tu it ivaa stolen. Mcllhenny has become rich and lately bought a lot of laud,for which he paid cash, to every one'g astonishment. From what we have heard we are led to believe that McGonegal, as a pedlar, wont ronud during the day, visited the houses and marked those to be robbed. At night he and Mcllhenny would send out the boys, atid when they returned treat them to some drink, play cards, aud win back all the money they had previously paid for the stolen property. Such is the game that has been goin? 011 for a year and upwards Edward Mangun, apparently a dupe, is no doubt a great rascal, and it has been through him that Cook is one too. This Mangau h is wit enough to turn state's evidence whenever caught. We understand he has done so twice before, lie and young Cooli wore "chums" together, and divided what little inout-y McGonegal aud Mcllhenny wonld give them. C?ok is rather an eccentric youngster, and is either insane or an idiot?perhaps a little of both ? He w anted for nothing at home, and never gained much by the operations of the gang; for whatever they gave him as his share, he would be cheatcd out of in an hour or two after. His father, we hear is convinced in his own mind of kis son's innocence Previous to the murder, at the time of the murder, and after the murder, till his arrest, young Cook resided at Lome; and when arrested, was carrying a patr? l from his father's office to his house His life has been very singular, ile freqaeutly rau away from bis lisne, with a good suit of clothes on?woald sell them for a dollar or so, tnd return in rags lie would l?*t himself oait of a third story window, by means of his clothes torn into strings, at the imminent peril of his lift-, when he could have gone ofT thro^ti the street door without mo- , by break ins; and biting their play-things?and he would run olf frequently, almost naked. His father could teach him uothin , for he wo,ild not learn, but r>ften his observations ?>u!d be very shrewd. He has a fine appearance, anv appear* an honest, intelligent youug man. He woa<l rob his father as quiek is any one else, and when M-Ilhenny was arrested, t gold watch chain, and a c-at belonging to Mr. Cook, were found on him. Yoniy Cook had stolen if el sold them fur lire dollars. W t havu not heard when these >urg|ars arc to b? ried. I.ETTEns for Europe.?Packet slips Utica for iavre, Cambridge for Liverpool, and It'. James.for London, will uot sad till Saturday next. The Caledonia steamer will leave lloston the earn* lay for Liverpool. Her letter bu^s will slose at laradeu's in Wall street at 3 o'clock on Kridty. The letter bags of the picket ships are at Gil >ia'( a the Exchange. Population of the l ulled States. 1*40. IS30. turret ? Itati'S before given, S,J3H,t)IS 6,.44 J6J thoju Islantl, ?7,i:?V 11,938 >1 .try land, 467..VI7 417.040 JO,S27 Arkansas, 30,3feH ?V4?4 * "W-. - "H f?i **! * *wiimi i.fcc. > ??I, M ? m iktaciMP, * * tBt** * ? *** - "jnwniii .tc !, J0.77I 1 uiai popuUtiua, .... 9^.64 J ' Oaittklln|, JR. Dr.NiitTTAs one of the conservators > f public morals, I ddress y?>? a subject deeply interesting to the ung men of cur city, that of g:"ubling. I am not bout to detail all the tricks aud villainies practiced it the kigher walks of this demoralizing system, >nt its effect* in a moio iimitt d tp'.iere,and appa enily prompted by a more grovelling ambition?the sireol intoxicating drink. The game ol dominie* has long been played in our averns und cellars, not for the actual purpose of tinning money, as such, but fo that ol enriching he landlords of these modern stews of immorality. >v forfeiting a glaaa of liquor for every K*n>e which i > loat Out <>l the Kama of dominoea a i|tickrr and hi re dcalructi ve eamr hai Mi ten, trrnu ?l "rounce " , [I it plajed with domino*, ami roeoiblea, in tome letter, whiat, Ave rfominnri bring deaJt to rach >l?y< r, aad tha dealer turning up t he trump domino. ' I" i>e perai.na can play at thin g line, and it nauully aataabout a quarter ol an h'iur| twenty being the mximu n i>( the winner. We will auppoae lirt young men play four of th. ae gainea in one hour; t?ch one paying for fire glaaaea for errry garue loat, he hat rtquiaition ia a law, enforced by the landlord?twenty-five ticketa. or in other worda wentj-five driaka, aliaa brandy and water, gin loddy, or the like, muat I t taken in tba apace of <<l nuautea; the inebria ing eonaequeneea follow ing the firat h >ur, lead on to aecond, a third, a fourth, i?(l aomi'timea day. W hat the ronati|n>>neea must he, 1 leave yon to determine ' Were thia game confined to e<>innion oy?ler ct II ira, or to the loweat gradea ol a-oety, it renld he lea a deplorable, hut many of oar woat reipectable citizeaa, married and aingle, are engaged in it from day to t'ay; the tordid occupant >>7 the i-aUbliahmeni filling Ilia poeket the whil- , and laugh ing at the erednhty of hn diioea and victrna. I.a ?vera, clerka, doctor#. anJ all profaaeiuna, are found be.ide the rounce table, day and night Young men may be aeea drawing their laat aolitarv ahillmga from (heir pocketa, to pay their honorable debt a of drinking, while ther coi.ntenancea betray the inward anguith of poverty, itregzlinr wii h pride and abaioe. Kathera of familira are here, too, confirming thvmaclvea in babita i.f intoiic <tion, with money probably wreateJ front ita more legit mate and holy pnrpoae?the auppliea of the naceaaariea of lifa to iheir wivca and children. I rnjueat your attention, Mr Kditor, to thia matter The entenaive circulation af the Herald, and ita high moral tone, will aha<h tkeaa dieciplea of gambling and drinking, and " ahame ita worahippera. ' We may hereafter point ont a few of theae houaea more particularly to yonr attention. They maybe foqn?l in m^nypart'of our eity, bat particularly aome diatance up Hioadnay. Mat Janr. Wood.-To thoaa of onr readera at a diatanr a, w I n?* eariaaity w ill, no doubt, he iai?ed to know the proepecte of \t ra W ood, the mother of the unfortunate Mra t'eake, wkoae hmhand ha? recently met a wretched death, w? make public the fact, that her aplendid e?tabliahment, in f'hraiut atreet. i< p*tr<>?i*eil hflhr mo.i reap?eiaiue portion m cur citizen*; and ihe whole ilTur ii nnHrr the nneritiIrnitaaer of kere.if, aided by her ?ona Mr. Wood, il will le rim?oib?Trd. went to I.on* Inland, but w he'her he i* llltrr at thia linit we are not adriaed ? Phil. Chr?nirlt, Ihe. 30. Cti at 8t Loci*.?The eity council* of St. I^>?i?, any* tke Republican, have paaaed a hill milhoriaing a *ub*eription to the amount of $.V),000, to the itock of the Company for applying the city with ? Natal A*mam??t?.? It i* Mated that France ha* ii? her n*?y on* run frr ererr aerentjr ton? of the mercantile marine. Kntlanil ha* one gun for every one hundred ton*: and the United Nlitta, one for eVery *e?en hundred A Yi>?nn Ii???l?l?ia?r.? Lewi* Ruaiell, a hoy 16 T??ra "Id, *h" wa* arr?i?;'te<l an I committed en a charge of aetting fire to a ham, in the rillaee of Schoharie, haa ronfe?aed that he pot only Committed that offence but aet fire to two other bmfdinga which were pren-iuly burnt in that Tillage. Qry- We would direct the attention of otir reader* to ihe adTertiaemmt of Me?ar* Strong k. ('ambling on, 241 Hroadway Th?y b**e the beat ?**ortment of *tock(, gloee*, *eaH?, aed neckerchief* in theclly; the la*t article, imported per (treat Wettern, are trnly *plendi?l Thoae Intending to make end* to morrow, will do well te drop I* and get a pair of their neat kid glore*?they are murk nraited < I by the ladje*. \ Wrdnmdajr. I)e4?^| i.i^|Tu i1,0""-^** ' '?'>?. J', a '? Iwolailur, *rT ;', Yw m?k,*M V'sckion, Phil. 1 I! v nlM Wdi'rW^llou; Aalfl Mr i laron, Bojtun; K T*\ tLondon;J It Thumpee, Amkrican Hotel.?Li?ut\V"k,l/ 8 Navy;j Wldkl >??> M'c c Eyner'J1'c Kine>0 Ki"^' J'TK r?UNKUP?H0tf???c V H'lrgles, St I,oui?, Rrv M Sk t j Hon 8 Vjlkluitiu, Washington; H Aia^^H t? V " CaptOiraud, Boston; D Chillas : lUchaidioi, I'hil. II Y **' >TI,# Hum..? Mr and Mrs Low, Enjrlaafh^^^H "' k> A lt'iffi-r?. Hampden; W Hosts' '"%'VJA' " ^iBko*, Sui'Ueldi ;l Craniton aud Fair I fit .rV'"'lHli|H?d ncphmv, I'hil; L W,jud*?ri^^H l<ond?ii% ' ^ MniBjMjkit; I'olut; V/ J John?on, WiwiiVu, iBk MY*rfc, KV.' M vi'yektB^B All;r" '""k'''T Pkii* !. l|.hi?,? ,< titirtilH v HaJt?fi>r<i School, * Quaker JO-New Ynn',1; ~jn~m II J" rj->xv>^'^ssaHH -nii^ Mr by Hruh.Mii, tha A l'r,i\ ; "'i'lie Grecian OaaahlwjgL *' ' ?'|| I llayntH Uailey, as Ming by Mt* Uttfft?*-. TJ. Sf>' tin' lti'-f l'Uying,"(it dicated tnlQ|? >''h>V?ISJ9k. day* when tre went Gipsymg." d3t flK Qy- Chatham Iiieathk.?A bill *f traMM^t att racl inn is preM'Mcd in Tiie %OSE* Crew lli-C, m lio is piaN ing as will, if naitSlfg^^H than he ever did, appftus iu hi* lauehtblc arf&ET^^^H lar negro pieces of.limCrow in London, Black Hercules. Ricealways draw* j?od but oil this occasion ad&itional attraction, cannot full to draw, i? ofT?rtl|. Two iramaa with the *tr? ns;(h of the company, enlitled th? Co^^H demned Student, anJ.Tow Cringle. OCf- America* Mvsccm.?Nch Year's day, with to remind onr young readers tv>t to i'or^?t above most instructive place of amusement, wir addition to the many interesting specimen* contained, trill be given saloon Peiformnces 4> Mj^^H the afternoon and evening, by M< i^. Auri Great Magician, and La Petite TaglK>ui, brated Danseuse. Ilia MnJ??ty'? Spi-ilal Edict. His molt supreme and august Majesty the OrunJ ' his been aroused from hir slumbers by the " geii' rot u nihility" of his loyal anil well buloved Krouts ; an* his usual condescension, he has been pleased to nod, t d^^^B signifies B probation. Having received, as renewe| dences of homago and friendship, on the part of his . I a bounteous supply of ;ood cheer, he ordains a royal 1 to be given at his palace, under the charge of Ins Stews^^H Krout, Von Kuowland's, at the end of the Hrrienl L road, (Harlem River,) on Wednesday , the 13th ui J . Br order uf the Arrh Chancellor, (jovurnor u Coney Island ami its dependencies. ' HANS MA HI V OT VON WICHKLHAISE t, I daSOw Arch Clrin:. . PIOVEV MARKET. Wrdarsday. !? . 3U-0 I*. The operation* at the board of Broken were to n Bti extent only this morning, and prices generally t n ay. United States bank declined | per cunt, Sale < mad* at to and at 63}, seller 6 months. North Am :< rruat and Banking Co. declined } per cent; Delas i.n Iniison 1 percent; Long l.land 4 jier cent; Stoniu larki.i 4 percent; Canton}. fS4,0C0 bills on Ph >hia said at 1 per cent. Sal. of Indiana 3 percent Stock wen made at 7: which if a decline. The effect of the repo't of [feu < nissioner published this morning has been nnfau . Host of the report i? occupied with the transaction ?<^H| he Morris '.anal and Bank, chowing very cleariv H lie commissioner has been most egregiousiy humb >y thst notnrioas concern. He admita the fact ctv lis colleague, that the company fraudulently krtfe^^^H ession of $ !?>,0.X) State Stock, entrusted to it two igo, to be exchanged for other bon Is. bu; attempt* iatethc transaction by atating that the proceed* > undi u ere ap| lied to paying the intereitduw the > u udiana, which otherwisu could not have be -u pa nan ewes you a debt w hich he cannot | \f , he the* 'our pocket, and oa detection telU you hat lie tf . noney to pay you with. The eonnnissicndtf thin) oiling as conclusive why the debt will ultimately t Phe company wai entrusted with the bond* tJ est Brothers; instead of doing ?o, they sold or piei^W1 .nil appropriated the noney to thvirowa use. AF-h nonaction w ho will trust them? The who!? '* MCIHI; whlst?L. i* jr1,.r > " --JP' f .U+ i. afcal Tor 1tt$f " *> ?n hv c+fuikmu)u*r.t Ha stars t??? < ? M ?.'y f j*0 ?' * ?, i?in?M ? ' ! \yffrwTT V'1 VltU saiaollfYr W ' ?!". una fal mCVcii >?Wrv ijs ?trlnH> fryOk M II^^H >< \wA Su ctioning ?ui ihe ofKvr liuNQtits itti.'C(i^^| Blinds due in London, J . Holland debt, .?*> H Indiana ?... 1 .tap* A prstty good load for a catal. the grots rtcf which sre 970/100 psr annum. Mr.Cryder for 'he Lot I editois, and Mr. Httiait for the H?t?- of Mirhigiajfr* ' >' proper to decline this security, ant had ike lndiM.it. ssamnn d into the connection between the United Stah-^^H lunkand this concern for her guarantee of the $5,000,000 due Michigan, he mig'it have been led * 1 line conclusion. As it is,the citizens tY Indiana may tc lider the w hole <;.36t',7S'> lost. The resumption of the aoatfcrrnbatiks has been ioov for ward to for a year by all baBiueas me?, as a it *1 very beneficial to tha mercantile community, if has. 1 the aliility of the suspended banks to sustain thei ? ? without aaaiataaea. I'n' Imm i> i? i0 tli e meaauie upon tli*- bank*, tint tu develop* I In- iMblM'i^^H uf the iMftltatlon* to to ?o'inuaiated, ihe I ?h of? ia fixed u|>on for a resumption in rhiladdphia, and morementa an alUat which indicate that new d mrnta tothr currency will attend tlia-wnt. Th> : 'j apetie |m; mrn'i will Iw litirj on forced ho: i 0|wiali*iii, wii will ImtantifiaKl lij th<-aaa> arm I'sited Btatr* Baak M drawing, a* we elated a ft? aince.on it London crrditi. aad tin proceed' of tu aaedraw a from thiacity in *|wci?. A diart of made yesterday oa the Bank of America, the Metal Bank, the National Dank aitdothera, being th*?. L tiona which refnn.1 to take part in the loan. Tl.e H ?| .1 I I.f 11 nIn Ml Bank of that city, ia borrowing on certifr-atea of i at almoft any rate, aad th Hiijtu ot re:m?i It auia i ' market ter a loan of $1,<100,tOA, redvenaM" r I per c< nt Tim loan ia uadar the previa.ona ol l>a??eil llth Jan* Int. and ia intrnded to provi te tinning tha pnhlic imprat ementa.and fjr pa) mi ti. cat on the public debt. It ia well, howaTar, to ilrte I earioaa acta of the Legialatnre, (penal fun.Ia aru . tu meet the intereet on State Loaaa, but theae h I not yatipilta aulflcient for the pnrpoae, hut are yi - if creaaing; tor the laat fiacal ye?/the deficiency in aourcea waaromething o\ er f-joo,noo. A A ' a! ' ' eti?|illoi, baaed a|H' make money mare plenty, alio wing those here credit* to realiae them. The preaent reanneftlat menta apparently meant a reeumption of l*rit>w will not laat two mnntha. Th>< condition ol the i ^Hj Htati-a Bank, aa inhibited in ita lat- returna, '*? worae than at the comment of the preaent re . comparing the retnrna jubliahrd ia I,on Inn. Or (Mf?r hmMfch |?4?. the follow >ug reaulta are exhibitei:? W Rui'Lta or a roiaraaisoe ?i??r> Tni tJ. B h . II K ,.? (tl T.I.I 1910. fWrraied .1a?e(? fn< r'aierf.fat ' r?ia.<ml a'ltfa. ?.<'*?? R.a|"?aie, ? |K?r..tir hi la. t- w .. tate loaa, .!? *! M I H'orll account ?.7?1 tt I;?P?r MlHi, "l"" "*"" * vj; 7Mik? I)., fri'm Mkkteaa ,M >o?.a, ,o '*n V - 0 J I 'r! Ml. I.. H f cjjte." '- 'r,^'rrai-' I I " '? " ' "? I ?'? r. Mr (At B.lnic-<l,j- ..'J hark H./IM ?I7 " ' I i?fi? atvl I i ian.SH r, l 1 bil .>?. , a. || Jrr,,,., ,,| > I 1' -y Of the (iMmMdhow In* , ^ fl 1 k nl. ..n 'iT|r '.* >. I !<>? amountim <*' >lf,ntn,Mt, n*?cr ??rr liatilitica h far aa I ?i?roac#rrt?d,nor wcr? ih *7.7<*\(Vk> of fa, at they could available only in MUM '* W lanaa Hita the old hank. lca?m? ?Ion'i tn il 1?-r?aa? of | iahllit i??. w h i!<- o?H'm it?m?Va*? n .?t > * tM o??r tIT.nw.OMt, making a ?< i jp-reaa# of li?l r < ?cn moith# of oft tJixxni*' V th? <an? if* Uil ha. r?ali*ad. fro* iti * ? iritio* all *0 ? fl