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NEW YORK HERALD.
N*rUiwutcorti?r of Pulton and Huwartb J A MIC 9 ttWKUoV UHllllllVl TKOPHIKTOR A.VD EDITOR THS DAILY HKRALD, p?r topy-f prr anTHS WELkLY HK*ALD,f*r<Xrfloh?? ?***? c?~ tfi.nl. i> publuhtd ??.ry Saturday, *1 PtT f?*! ' ftl prr 'Ini utti : fmr circulation i,i F.vr?i>*, prtntia in FrtH.-h and Krfli.h, at 6."* etult ptr c?ytt, ' o? "Ph. DOLLAR W EEKLY Ht.RALf "try Monday, 1 trmtk per copy, SI per aanvw.' t? clutti, $tyer minium. ?,ni 4 . V%/LVl*TAR V CORKMSl'oSDK.SCH, e?? 01 int?# <?%porta Hi utiri tolicitcd from <i"? lUiirtgr /toirld ; %f ?> <*, trill 6t liberally j>" >} /or. _ . Vg NOTICE tulsf of "nanymoi* rt>mmunicatirtn$. We n.mnof ri/urn r.jtctii commuuie,ittont. All. II. 111.ItS #k m'il.ttr t*b*criptton?,?r wUh *Jvrrti<rintii'i fr V r"'f '?? Will M ilt4u*l<d front the Utra. Alivf ' ! li. v I N, II *' 111 o nil b f'tff ; th* t>r?prUtor rrfO'itibit for trrnrt in nunuttritt. AMVWMJLXT* Til > AV1NIIIO. Ti 5krva.ci.t-g a * .if co? c**t. BCWKXY THEATRE. ?..?en'.-Wam i ?i*o Jcw-JU? al. kkhiuk'wll. Ri\i>a1?W AY T. BA'i ftf Mro?a??y.?Fa/io-SbhooLok Lr.itit ?. BU*K>K'? Til RATH*. OhntEbefi utreet? 3i ltuvi FaklLI?Pl<llt (lll>TI. ,tH. MATlOVAl r.ATHf , Ch?tli?ir iim?-n?FMrir Day r My Ln t ? ft* At-* I'jxai.e i'o?tr Tmcrta. '?5,TuriO l'L' 16 1'KH, Rrand'ifty?V?rr?l? or '7"5? ri>?mu ttiAiitl-DlLlCATt liuoi mil?turn lKruiHi.it l'f IK ci . cuilbirs OPERA HOl'?F?ETKIOHAS lfiriiiT?ii.?T. A^KSCC/N MCSCUll-Am??ino JTrnrORictlOM, Ar- j 1KB I'lniNt. MDUlDLuN - Vt hi tr'i Hinttim. \>w Vurfc, Tuc?iliiy, January 1"?, 1S30. Tlir i:urop?-nii .\tnni Tin* e!?.iinrb j? Canada will arrive at this port this i.S'u rt( on Tue (Jrtuils of the Euro|Kan news will, ilit it !ore, apprar in to-inorrow's paper. I'ltikcluTlon ol (Iac I tilun, \orlli nntl South. !o imo in r rohwui w ill he found a most curious 1 ?croiii?f, taken Ironi the Hoston Liberator, of the mi vrmeiits be pun I?y ihe anti-blnvery party of M.ij't. chii: <*!:?, to briitg about a dipsolution of the I'nion We have already given some very im- I poi-rtnf statements, disi li'.-ing end describing the n?*\? niepts in the Sc uthern States, looking to the dii-H'lutii 11 ot t!ie t'nion, in consequence of the ?n'i la\ery limitation und the probable legislation ot the prt Beat ar.d future Congresaea. The Southrons are wtirm und ejttitnble in language and in jair|K)se. Thi y do not po to work 60 calmly und deteiminedlv as the diriiniomst party of the North. lnd< rd, if the Southern dit-unionists, of the most ultra class, do not uct more and talk less, the Northern c .?i?b w ill di olve the I'nion, and finish th> leaner, b? fore their rivals will commence. We have occasionally given brief accounts of the progress of the an ti-slavery party in New I,ni!? Ui.d, New Voik, nnd orhtr Northern States. That j?atty c< miiieuc* d neatly twenty-five years ago, m o created for themselves a great deal of odium am) excitement, but they have continued the work o( agitation with snch a determined spirit, that the) now hold both the great national parties at bay. ?nt' have almost disorganized the legislitive a> lion of Congress, and every other legislative body throughout the country. They are still busy with n?w n ovemeiits, and will soon dissolve both the national parties, whic;? and democrats. We iii.d hv the I'ooton I.ibtratvr, which is the orz.in of the oiiginal anti-slavery mm, that thoy are pre|itmga number of petitioa&to Up presented to tht legislature of Maonnchusi-ttK, now in session, pra) irp;, first, fur the pecesMon of Ma>sacliunetts front thr union, und tht; immediate di-i<olufion of thr conlrdfrnry, on account of the immorality of thr present union witl> slaveholders; a'-coadly, for th?- rp|NCii'l nbolition of thr Sabbath day, and the rrt-toiutiDu to every man of the liberty to select any day in the week for his own particular Sabb. th; thirdly, a petition is to be presented for the entile abolition of thr penalty of dt ath; and the last and most curious, is thu'. which ai-ks for the ex'ci.sion of the rlectivr frunehisr, and the eligibility < < holding office, to the female eex. Here is a lunch of practical movements, touching the Union, thr Sabbath, the punishment of criminal*, r.nd the rights of women, which certutnly caps thr clmiax of abs'tr Jity, and beats out of tight everything that the Southern agitators, even in South Cart linn, have ever attempted. Yet we thould cot regard us too uiaiKnificant these strangr and fearful propositions wteph thr origt- ; nul anti-slavery men have started in Si-w LoultnJ. Lo< k at what they have accomplished daring the i last twenty-five years. When Garrison anJ his ni^n commenced, thry were mobbed and insulted and hoottdat, in every large citr and town ia the i North. At the last general election, howevar. i they contrived, under the mantle of Martin Van llurin, and the ngttation* of Win. II. Seward, to I organize a party of nearly hall u million of voters, dtl'atthe democracy, auri elert Uenrral Taylor. Thf same influence has almost di?org?nized the two house* of Congress. Looking at men results, originating in such a small beginning, however ' abturd and Ir.Hghslde some of their pr?,>osiiiona I ma> be?such as putting the wcrr* a into breech** I and |?litic??th< y are really becoming St nous and ltii) nrtant. Where these mutter* will end, no one can ttll. How c.tn General Taylor prevent a dissolution, when the wonv-n come oat against him! How is he to fight this battle 1 Et kctric Tn.rai amiino n tiik I'vtTKn Sr*t*? | ? Since the uii|>ort int di?c?vtrywas made that Irrtncity can be mad* subservient to the u.?s j and purposes of man in the interchange of iaiellig*nce between diMaiit j?)ini?, with the rabidity ol j la'btnisg?lor they are identically the saint?three ( difiVirnt systems of using it by telegraph have bet n s'arted, and are now in successful o,>erttioa i ,n the I inled Mate*. Tile number of lin-in the ( s.kMgate, extend a gre*tin<ny tboaauJ milrn, | riid rannfjr through very part ot the country? i Ui< re ti< b'iag a city or town, f i . ny magnitude, ( .. .1.. I tl. .1 ?... ..... _.,u through thi? myMrrioun medium. Ttw fWt i>) ?t* m of telegraphing by electricity t' .1 * r. |' ? J, w < ' .it i - n? r > known U ^ M I a^r :t. : or Mor?r ? ?? not only ! \ the d'ncov r* r ?f thr n?e to which (IcctricMf mirtit j be thus a| |'li? d, but of the nl,'ha! "t '.wj i n all of t hie liner. Thin alphabet Ct>nw*t? of rrne? of dot* and i trmrHt liftfr, which, by n variety of ^ ronitiu.nii<>n?. me made to rr|tteaenl the diff-rrnt l?ittr*,fnm AtrZ h'ciusive. 8wer t!ut ijitrm ^ * t; it in c prrntion, howrvrf, Mr. Hmw, of thin ^ cit), *r.fi Mr. Hun, Hnreerrnred pntrnufor difl'rr- ( rn Ri'tkud*?tbnt of 'he former n?med E-nil-mm ( ^quiring no tranxcnblnf of thr de*j'atchr?, be- , ?nu?r ttry nrr |.natrd in t?pe. W? ltd ia idm ! until r?<mtly, nor do believe the public b>ivr, even now, ?ny id.* thnt then* Utlrr ' ?y?t?ii-< were ?<> admuab!f ndaitrd to the p?r- : petea for which th-y were ittrndrd, u they are. ! On trial of ihem. on HnmUy evemnf laat. in getting ( n ?)n<'?>?ia 'f thr atrninvhip CaniU'a nrtra, we i found tlirm equnl to a'.l th.it wm re,*e?*nted ci?n- i ermine thrrn. ?nd lully n? tr-oj r.? Mon-'a. In j fact, tin y worked ?o nevnntety, that we think we * .hull try tham tra'n on ?.miUr oecnaionn. It in wll for lha public, UiM tbea* Une* nnawrr '* thr |i?r| ??r ae wtll aa they do Public opinion in f thie ootn'ry ia nppored to everytbiaf in ike nbapo rf monopoly, whether it be in c lectrirtty or gun. ' Thrre ia nothug like Competition in every drpnrtn ?nt of h?: ii?ena, arid thr more we hare of it, the ' ihr better. It m on thin acco mt, therefore, that < wr iffr- y rn?nj IU ?rr HI""- II' W | ' *? ??> Pfl^SPIII I TW frwit*?f this c?tnr tit ion ?re ulrmdy ia a rontidrraM? Miiclim in UM ch-ttn<*? h?r^t?K ( |?t? mule, miH in ndiapotUicn union; nenrlf n!l 1 th* Iib??? to tccmmoj*!? lo thf fallen extent in tkeirvower. Arrival ot r>? it Fmi- i II'"" The -l ' p _ n. r i| tin I'. ;* n. ,[ arrivtd at ?? Fidn<i?cn on the 1st alt. 0 tuk_~ . _ The Admimstkation and tub Loco-roco De/at'lteks ?We have intelligence from Washington, slating that the administration, after ieveral rbhinet meetines, have plucked up courage to meet the crisis, and have determined to prosecute, both criminally and civilly, the whole catalogue of locofoco defaulters whom they have discovered and removed from office since they came into power. Hy the best accounts, it seems these defaulters number nearly thirty m all, perhai* more; and the aggregate amount of their defalcations will be over two millions of dollars. This is the latest and most authentic statement that we have been uble to procure. Thin movement of the cabinet is a most im|>ortant one, in every point of view. It will create a deeper and more exftsperated feeling between the two factions, whig* and loco-focos, than even the n inovals of the public officers which have taken place. Vet, we don't see why these laws, which were enactt d under the administration of Mr. James K I'olk iind his party, should not be strictly carried out by the present party in power, without let or hindrance, sympathy or reproach, from any quarter. The law referring to defaulters was passed in 1?-I6, end directs that Any t!!ie?-r cha-ged with the nf* keeping of the public none;*, who Mi&U loan, uhc, d?-po?lt in bank. or rirbtnet- any portion rf tln-ia rhk'l b? deemftd guilty <f li-iony. b<- itnpri'OBfil not It-n tbnu Mx months, uor mnrv (ban jraro und be lined in an amount equil to tb* mm tbtin embezzled. Any failure to pay over tb? iixint-y required. Miall be deemed prima faeit evidence of mch > nibezzleoient According to this important law, every public i flic r w hose accounts are deficient, should be prosecuted criminally, indicted by the grand jury, tried, and, if the evideuce is sufficient, convicted, and punished to the extent prescribed. This is very severe, but the loco-focos must take their own s in e, rs it was prepared by their own cooks. In coming to this result, we understand the cabinet hesitated fur a long time. They deemed the proceeding too strong?as looking too much like oppression j but Gen. Taylor, it seems, took the bit in h'.s mouth, and considered himaelf bound, by his oath to support the constitution and the laws, to carry out this one referring to defaulters, as it was passed by both houses of Congrefs; and he i.*dt termined that it shall be carried out during his administration to the fullest extent, fall on whom it may. We were prepared to see in inia movement nunc uacKing anu rilling in trie present mi;erable, blundering, cowardly and met king cabinet, but the President's moral conn ge, original nerve and tenacity ol purpose, cime up in the right place, and supplied nil the dtficiencies in the weak men about him. And why should it not be 1 Why t-hould fashionable nr.d rich and thowy an<l gorgeous ofliceri of the government be permitted to steal the property of ihe people, to the amount of thousand* anil millicBF, with impunity, while a joor ragg-d creature, who only takes a few dollars to stay the cravings of hunger, is brought u,< before the courts, tried, convicted, nnd sent to the penitentiary or t-'tate pi iron, v < ut uny hesitation1? Let the | laws be applicable to the rich and the poor, with- I out distinction of class or fortune. Such, we understand, is the determined feeling of the l'res'- j dent, in opposition to the trembling, skulking purposes ol the cabinet. This determination will have a pieat effect on the action of the Senate towards the nominations now before them. What that (tiect may be, it is difficult to say. J?F.A< TIES ur 1 OI.lTICAl. MKWSl'ArBK LITERATI as?-Among the leading political organs of the ; day, no two of them assume greater sujicriority in j morality, manner?, and decency of behavior, than ; the Trilunt and the Evening Pott?Bryant, the J poet, aud Greeley, the socialist, editors. They ' lay exclufcive c!aixr.9 to all the honor, integrity, J learning, elegance, taste, brilliuncy, and morality of the age. Well, with all these claims, let us see how these two journals carry out their principles and vindicate tbeir high claims. The Pott says " The lYilivnt became a fervent advocate ol free ' soil," ire., Arc. To this the Tribune replies, with admirable gravity, and cons.stent regard to truth, as follows:? ' In no; this ?hamefal?" i5o much for truth! Now, then, lor a little bit of elegance and gentility. Mr. Bryant, the poet, i of the Post, aays:? ' The Ttthuut ?n* n faithful a Jvo:?te of freedom of : the tarrilerli-s. and continued so until about th? ti aie I ofOrurral Taylor's arrival in Washington, when the virtue it It* ruitcr ??< tmmd to b? growing ea-lrr. and b?f<"re be got h> tu? an,aia trorn CoBccraaa ha ?a? willing to oi?IJf tbf do t.iiitcrl?i with tlia alav?h?iJars upon *<,uit*Me ttnas.'1 To this Mr. Ptuloaspher Greeley, the socialist, rej lies in the following classic 1 mguage " V?n lie. villain ' wilful'y, wlck?dly. b??elv lie ' Tha rcai.ty pretext formerly trumped up by garbling fir tbt* raluaitiv ha* loti* line* b-on aiflodisd. and vrbotvrr near rrprbtf It 1.* an uub.uthlu^ tcuuairsl.'' t?uch are specimens of the chaste and tem|>erate in politics,furnished by the chi?-f pott an.I leading l philosopher of this city. Yet these are the personages who are frequently api>olnt?d to honor public fesMals, ar.d one is u >w select* d to da the j k.In <> - atu.rM^Kin.r Printer.* Vmmli* .1 .. .1. . _ city. " Liar" Villain V* " Fcouodrel P* Thk A*ron 1'lack Ktnf ash Mamachi?Aio- ' thkr 1'uino griltt?One of the Aittor I'Lce nctrn ?u yea'.erday fiund jiulfy of ?r*on in the ! tliitd rfr^ire, at ltia trial brlore the Court of Dyer and IVtrrvner, Jndpe (Pinion ' * presiding Til* uume ol the priaonrr couvicted * a# Long, but U<* was iec(tnmfni!ed to uietejr In eouae.j-ience ol hia previoua character. Thia is all ritfht and proper. l et jueiice be done, tampered with I rwnjf. Ti?dny, a* tvr learn, the trial of Captaia ! IS) ndera will c? ine up, on the charge of pi innn? hcd inttictMnft the riot. Thia ia the molt curiuua and imp* nar?t ol all the ttUla. John \ an Hurrn i? cue of the coua-'l f*?r 11 y ndera. Now ?-ilic< me I he ti'g of war All the poaittve an J n?viiive rlectncity of that moat awful tngedy will now h# brought to oeur on tnia louiviuual trial of itie lamoua captain. Will jou take *'in "f ?..|rr, ttrnnger t .. Tim Oa* Mo\orour.?Tomplainta are pouring n npon ub from crrry p?rt of the city, concrru.ng ihe extort i on a of the p?* monopoly. It really i? a wonder. that the public hire been ao pitirnt ai hey have br*? under anch n eyitem. Th* time, lowrver, hn? rome for abolishing this odious moiopo!y,and a apirit is aroused among our lon2 auf. ' ring ami much abti*ed citizen*, winch will not >e quirted until the city government ?nden?k*ato nil ply the city with gas, in the aime manner a.? it urr ?hea ur with water. The gaa monopoly Butt be abolished. The fate* have ro decreed. >aa consumers are again re setted to send to 1 hi? office their bill* tor the month of lWcember, n the yeara IHIfl and 1*4.') ; and likewise to bear n nund the impertant meeting which will take lace tomorrow evening, at the L'road way Ilouae. Tun ( 'HlLXKA AT N"?w OftLgAXS AMD Sr. Loi'lS. -We regret t<? nee, by our exchange* from New lean* and Pt. Louis, that the cholera liaa reppeaied in both thone citiea. Heretofore the new-, apert from the former city hare denied the exist. r.( ? of the peatiknee in their midet, but the renrt of the health officer, nrde on the 29th nit., iven one hundred and eleven dealha for th< week n?itng on that dale. The St. Louis papers of the <h in?t. say that aereral cinea occurred duting b?* i?; t Wfrk. l!r i**^i MMrnTiK Tti*TK*AS''*r l)Kr.?KTM*"*T ? It - t^oreurj ?f ih?- Tftsurjr, Mr. Mrffdith, h?? | !ci* Mr coed thin* Hit re??"Bl riri-'ilir, ru'tin* Jown th* lonfert? ni l-p f.?r th?* collection j (ik* r-?mn*. i* thr V. *t thing thut h?* y<? co ne I 'rrm hi* burran. 11? it now in t*|r tijbt ilirrc* 1 a-n - go the ad. \ r?lnr? I ii l?? t t??r f if 14 .V I <H| ? . t"i It * ;r v I' I * J\ 1?.t? ?n rtt 'B |,.? ????, ?tlJ t>, .f J llrklpf ?ii<1 b?l'lnt th# pla.nM.f ( *h > u * 4i?fcta 1-1 t 1. 1 i : * ' " 'I t id4 t > N? ? < >rl*SK , hlmtmm. Progress or Indecency, Immorality, and Crime in New York.?We did not require the message of the Mayor, nor th? report oi ths Chief of Police to conviace the incredulous, that indecency, immorality, and crime are making fearful and rapid strides among certain portions of the population oi this city. At the corners of every street?within 'he precincts of every grog-shop?among all the haunts of the wretched?this demoralization makes advances, with the rapidity of the mountain tor rrnit wiUK'Ul up j'urr runvrw;ruur ui ucBiiursn of flavor. Immorality haunts the church, as well as the theatre?the place of business, as well as the house of amusement. The public seem to take little note of those equivocal exhibitions, which lay the foundation of ultimate crime, and lead to a great deal of that fearful depravity that seems to pervade all classes of our people. As a citizen was passing down Canal street, the other evening, a dirty-looking boy stealthily pushed into his hand the following hud-bill:? IIUUO'B WALHALLA, 30 Canal etrext, (Bear Broadway.) Open every night, daring the Winter Season. at halfpast 0 o'clock; performance to commence at halfpaat 7 precisely Private Boxes 60c. | Oroheetra Bex 37)?o. I'arijuette 26o. The Hul Stunnt op this Fairy TfMri.e ! Has now opened and the beet part of society 1* crowding it nightly to excels. xt'fi" Om.t Comi: ami Ski , .ktfr "J ?u want to have a real amusement Ucrivalied Troupe m KKMALK MODEL ARTISTS. Representing a < la?. icai Museum of Art. [Kigure of a danoing girl ] The Only Band of Krmale Minfctrel*, and Alleghany Mountain Sing?ra ! French Bali ? r 1 OMrs ! The great Violin Virtuoso end (Jomic Singer, Mr Ci'wo KicHoaw. The celebiated Banjo Players and Negro Dancer* Mr James and Mi. Joe. : Power's ( Jretk Slav# ' I The Circa**ian Slave !! Three i Jrares !'! Hevolt of the Seraglio!!!! AdoIIo aul the Muses!!!!! Venus Mining from the Sea '!!!!! fco., He. mOORAMME? I'AIIT I. Orcitur??, Code 801 us, Soles. Dances, &e. K.C. ' Intermission of ten minutes to fls the Stage. rAHT II. TABLEAUX VIVANT8! 1. Modesty and l.iherality 10. Venns Ki?icg from the [ Keml randt P?a ferne^ 2. Hath cf the Kjjadts.. 17. fcusanna in the H?tX [ Ken i rai:dt [Lcfsing 3. May and lf ?iinnir Star, 18. KctoH of thj Seraglio, [ li.nil'.iLaa [Veruet 4. A |.q1Io ?Ld tbe Hiihti, l!*. Venus presetted by Ju? [Can've piter to Neptnre .r> Cireajfian Slaves, Tr tinier f Vouverinan 6. I'lata l'rtpatinit tortbe 2i>. Jv'/ment of I'arij. Divid < base \ midyke 21. Neptune aud Am?hi7. The.Three Grates -four trite Ruben* pictures R:nbael K. Kacchus Ovorbeek f. Msyt'de r.nnro. allX'uni 21. Sapphi Can ? i. Greek Slave.... Powers 24. J.ute flayer..Wehl^em i 10. Virtue, l.ovc sud Foll.v, 25. Plaiadis II leoi^a f iJ nuniC.iiio Jei'hthi'e D.u^ 11. Death of > irgii.ia, i.L.:.s>n* [Li,?ania 27. Ballet V'ernot 12. Peepirr Tom... lluvUn 2M. Vounj Warrior's Dream 13 1'avorito of the Siraplio, [Ooruclius f Hiiderbrand 20. Adam and Eve.... Dtier 11. } I ysrbe noinn to the 10. Grand TaMemx in honor Bath Ilelliui of tie United States. 15. IHtpair of Venus and AdCbis Vinderwi'de NO FREE LIST. In spite of the noiie erf ated some time ago, and the ste ps taken by the police towards the suppres- ] t-ion of these tal'taux vivuntt, anil model artists, i it appears, from such proceeding?, that these nude ; exhibitions of men and women are as frequent and i numerous bp ever. We are credibly informed that the mo?tof the tabhaur, described in this extraordinary handbill, coutisU of persons of both sexes, almost in a state of nudity, or with so little drajrry as to make tt positively an indecent, disreputable and horrible exhibition. Vet those places, circulating their handbill* m this clandestine way, are, we understand, filled night alter night, not only with the lower classes,^or disreputable portions of our people, but with many ol mature aic, and e\en ol respectable positions in society. We learn that members of churches, vestrymen, and some of the leaders of our fashionable society, as wi ll as cur fashionable philanthropists, have been discovered nt these places, greedily gloating over the disreputable groups aud tableaux of the night. ! Now that the Legislature is in session, would it no' be ri4'ht and proper for that body to talc; the subject in har.d, and regulate or suppress it at once 1 Heretofore, the police, on many occasions, have attempted to stop those exhibitions; but, it f terns, they are without sufficient authority, in the present condition of the law, to accomplish any such good and d- sirable purposes. We trust the Legislature will act at once. The Cirwrnt Clty'i flail. Ms. Koitor.? I bare looked carefully through all ths r*r? f? ?ior* th?* cotlre of tli? di<a?t-r to the CtMcrat City, and bare u;>t jet wen any account of thu whereat) uts of tb? moll the ftarted with from thl* city. I I au yen a.Ttttain whethrr it ia ct.ll in her hold, or ? ?.< ther it baa bet o r-turned her* rr what b i beiome of il? Itbink It would ietcreat 1200 p?raoo< to learn it. a* the p*|w-r* all publish*! the amount of tbe letter* tba tovk out UtMtaas.?The mails by the Crt?c?ot flty were put ' en board the (chooser Sarah A. Brown, at nea, and w< re derpatthed to ( I agrtr in charge of the putter of ; tbe C C, Ti e SAB artlnd at Cbajrei on the SVib ult. Polite I nt lllgr lire. Vt J ku lis Hi, I hi..am il. i-s^iHiHrMfi f C.AOilay, wb" atandt Indleta4 on a?veral chargea <>f p.i m g i , un'erleit nion y, wai aurrendarad yeali-rday 10 rctr C liy 111 l>all l)rury Ud OOBTeyad M> | f< re J lira Mtuntfort ?!>' r muiittfd blot t > prl<?n in default < I cb?r bail Suite ;u-ntly, bowercr. the prWatr waa taken belora the < curt o! (<en-r?l S??ai< n?, and waa eopmitted by the Court A?hl??y >u than, lnMii r( htlPH c Ilk* titVr prison era. Intotha 11 k e <1tf artuieiit I f tba prtfon. conducted to the te; lnUtna'< I tint. I %t Il t '* i':t .>,i i . '?< at r la md 11 make C?a ImporUat dl>al>iauree Tbl? lat*'?lew waa had. In und-rrtiu'l that !<? fry a-toundin? dt>p1f?orea ?ti I detelopetneBta wr'e nud?. IotoMi>j rraeral It dividual. wh may poaalbly b- arretted if the iitlrnrntu mad* by th? i>rl?wne- a:? en idered by the ilnjitt Attorney to ba WOrtby of contid-are Wa ball tee what we ft.a!I fr In a few day a. Th?re l? a j nrty Beatrf r<uum b" 1 1l*d tof?th?r, and if ibai'U> it r??y cm only lay bla linger on any one. or all of tl -ai bo *111 ft-ailaatly iliaka Utra oit. aiil brio; tlit m to juttiC* Huttlarfi m lh? Fire r.>'?r? !.aft Bight r!!l<?Fr Clifford, of tar Rlr.th ward arreatrd a ?fll knota rogue, called Kirhard Halloa < o a charge of brna'.lag In: > tha pr?vil?*? No ]C2 Anthony meet. ocoupled t>y .'a met Alms 1 ha r?fi?, It aeroit about II o'clock that right. forced c n lb- padlock from tba outer d>?r. aod tbt-o rktaii ?d adial-lanr* t trail o,. from tha till lereral place* of mnney, and other property. ?a!oed In all. at <;S On tha ?rra?t of tha burglar, th? m?j"r part of ?ha money waa f und on hla p*rao?. Ja?tl;a .'.iountfsrt ft mini*tad tha aecuard to prlaon f t trial .1 <m . it*/' ? ? i in A laaa. oal.iog Inm If Dr. 'I h? n>aa > OBBlrgliaw *ai arr??i?J on Saturday sight, l.y the p<lira c.f t>i ! < nrth ward, on a rliar,r? ?.f ri itIrp d'fferalit darll-ng hoanaa In tha ward and enquiring II a Hch child wa? there; and If *e.? Id many r i-?a It pro*ad to be, f'nor.ln^ham tbrn rapra?antai that ha aa? from tha d!?p?r.??ry ao<1 ?u ?ant tn at iillilftar to tbc child lla than viawrd tha altk child, and wovld wrlta a kind <f pra'crtptl-n. and demand tiny catita or a dclla>'. a? tha can* mar bf aisordln* to tt.r ciieuma'ancra rf tha partka On thl? rbarg* ha v aa atraa'td at d 'ua'.lo* Lcllirop t >mmlllcd luiu to I r.a> n fnt a fui tb< r bearing. .7(rf?./f<w? takm frm a TV'?f--OHl?ar Magaaai ar*a?ta'l. l?at Pnnday. a y xisc Bias called Jama* < .>ate. l.a*lt.|t In Ma p"?r*<*lou a mi valuable arc idejB of largr rite ?Bpp*e? d to be worth a huuored dollara a a oat.r I* wtiited Apply to the abnaa officer, at tba . i ?i > m I i < aatti *> n.lll. <1 i.> Hi '' :nB t. * t Ka r run of procuring an owticr. . ? ,1 irmpt ft lu ib* JuiHf.?Tha (iran I Jury hare Indirtrd Maiutial I rary (tba ? now uadar a nharga ol ? rdin? a t'Tf -an ' h"t to Ut* up Mr WkiMti, <? * thatf* <f <tt? brtha Ju t?r? M?mod?. oo? of tb* circuit jortgn Tha Ju<t<? aaa?-r<a tin . iho 84 I i?t be t-called letter from UumI I'rury thanking tin t< t ih? late tf% gn^n by bin re-pretto* the <toa>blng < f th* IndlrtiienU preTiou-ly obtained turn and intbi? Ictt-r ttaa julg? found two one Inn 4i> d dollar bill* 1 b? jn I** *?pt> >*tn? ih < end >. ui? i( tbl* m "? . y to be an attempt It brltv hin went. I?fi.ra ih* lirand Jurv. tnl procured an la llntai?at V?e underrlaud that (>rury ejpi*ln? tKa ? y In whieb Mi* m< t?y bfnicii ?ppid?oi*ily In tha lit'?r II# *? writ'tg twa l>U. r?- in* to the ju.|g?. and a-iolh?r t < Mr. OraKam, and In the letter ta Mr. <Jraham ih? m?v ti?y * ? It.telided to hiTf lii-?n jtarrj hnt inttaad of abirb It waa ac-td<ntally put In tba iet'ar Ulr*et?l to the ju li*, for wiiotn It wa- not intaud-1 \ i??mt Cow?Trrt f*a*? rati ? Tha em tan- | Hon in ratal a at Moutpelier, to conaider Ilie aei-nd- i mi n?? pr t>n#?4 tt tha confutation of the &'at* of Var- i ri'-nt. by the rour ctl of cotn r*. ham rti'p Md of two f the aaiandraetit*. Tba Or?t arilrla of tba prapvej ?treedtiie?.U. ah.eh rea mrnrnda J an *<jd*tl*?Ui>a of | l?|ree?i ta'l> n In tha Stat* l.*4lalatnre. ha? I upon | p> pulatli t>. r*,r?t?d . only 9 ?ot*a oat of 2/7 bring lf"iM li Hi f?T.r. The ?-?ooJ article which pr<>. r'**d tbat bo ba'i .ting f r t-j*n r*rr*?ataUT?M rh >a'4 ( h* ootnniaact 1 after u! J-.lfht on ibeolerlloa lay. *a? i llmil/rltd ???? 11 J, n?i lift ) h? prop *?e 1 *m*a 1niDlf f r tb fMtlot ot county ofRo?r<i l>y tbr p*r>pl?, r?r#nr l?r daba'a on Toaoday. biit no <( taation w*? j i als'B ; r *rm'tt* ? of tba wboia eonvriitl. n. In wbiab hf<r mil ndiiiHt* bad b??n pr.'riou?ly dl-"n<??,| tf. < mm?edad to tfca eomrntioa th?-ad >pti >n ol t!?? pr.?- i x-nod iBiondmaai* for tb? a!?etti n by tb' pa y>la rf all < ' npty offlcrrc. iffpt tagl'tara of pr h?to. in relation | o wblrb f fflr?r, tbr pommiitao r?porl-d It a?< not at> diant to proTUa f r hi< tlaclioa by tbe paoplt ? 12. - i TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE* iuuurjr. A considerable amount of business was transted, or rather cut out, in the U. S. Senate yesterday. Resolutions on the following subjeeta were presented The retrocession of the District of Columbia to the State of Maryland ; in relation to th? Wetmore defalcation ; to restore certain revenne officers heretofore dismissed ; and a preamble and resolution by Mr. Houston, ot Texas, in relation to slavery. A message was received T>. :J * i iium iuc i irsiurui, uaiioiiuuiug iuc luiicsjjuuuence relative to the Rey case. The rest of the Bfktion was devoted ta tha consideration of the joint resolution in relation to the collection of revenue. The House of Representatives were engaged in amending their rules j no other business was transacted. In the Legislature a large number of measures are in a state of progress. In the Senate, a series of resolutions was introduced in reference to cheap postages. An important debate was had upon the subject of referring the new code. A call was made for the report of the Health Officer of New York. In the Ilcvse, a bill was introduced to divide the Twelfth ward in the city of New York. A flairs In the Capital. om special. teleorai'hic correspondence. Washington, Jan. 1-1, 1850. The Rey correspondence was laid before the Senate to-day. It discloses nothing extraordinary. Mr Clayton, in his instructions to our Consul at Havana, says, that if the Spanish authorities were in any way connected with Rey's abduction, his prompt surrender must be demanded, and he m ist be sent safely back to the United States; and that every person implicated in his abducti n must be immediately punished. If the Spanish authorities were connected with this foul crime, and fa.-l to give redress, Mr. Campbell is to inform the Governor of Cuba that the subject will be laid before Congress; and that if the circumnances turn out as allcgid, the Executive would not hesitate to recommend immediate war. The correspondence is voluminous. It includes a proclamation of President Taylor, dismissing the Spanish Consul at New Orleans, dated oa the l'h day of this month. The President says:?Thrse are now to declare fhit |l do no loi ger re cognize the said Carlos D'EsP<ina, i.s Consul of her Catholic Majesty, in any port of the United States, nor permit him to exercise or enjoy any of the fuctions, powers, or privileges allowed to the Consuls of Spun; and 1 do hereby wholly revoke and annul the said exe. quateur heretofore given, and do declare the sune tc be absolutely null and void, from this day forward, Jan. 4,1850 " Air. Clayton explains this expulsion to rest oa the results of the trial of said Consul, which must impair his usefulness if continued in office. The Spanish minister thinks his government w ill he surprised at this, after the ac juittal of the Consul, but consents to the right of the President to discharge him. Mr. Phelps had the floor to-day, on the Vermont er.ti-tlavery resolutions. 13y keeping himself out of the Senate, they went over; and the resolutions tu i ending the law reducing the expenses of col ]ectu>g the revenues, came up. Meredith's proclamation was intended to spur up the innate to action, Mr. Tierce using it for that purpose. Col. I>nton will introduce his Texas Compromise Bill to-morrow. It proposes to pay Texas from ten to fifteen millions of dollars for the disputed territory, loO.OOO eiuarc mile*, more or le?a. He is expected to muke an interesting speech on the subject. The Knssian S-rretary of Legation had an interview with Mr. Cluy last night, in reference to Seely's memorial, and the jewels of th*" Princess of Orange. J^he is sister to the Lmperor Nicholas. It is said the Dutch Charge is Also highly indignant at the course of Mr. Setly, ?nd will probably memorialize the Senate on the subject. The Hungarians hare arrived, and are at the Irving House. They will vitit the President tomorrow, it la said. They attract considerable attention. In executive aeision to-day, Mr. Alexander Irvin wti confirmed as Marshal of the Western District of Pennsylvania. YIIIUTY-FIRST COIGKEIS, FIRST tt:wux. kaatt, Monday. January H, lSjO. riui^TtTm or MtMoiui*. Mr. Wmna prevented several memorial*. very numeroaOy signed, a.-fclng i"on;;r*ss that tnerrase I 'aoilium r< r rrf ular nnJ fruumi IntrreourM by mall, b?twr*n th? Atlantic port! urj San I ranclneo, by mi- | tli tizlsg the Pcit Offlea D?partm?nt to tractport tba , u:a'1* ru any good atrtruvr, whieh will tak* tharn at a (air prloo, or *!< that lodiTldral* may b? allowad to ftrleriB, for th? pnbUe, the ncecarary rtloo which tba d? fartmmt. und#r th* pr?-*nt law, bat ao fro. (jufntly taUrd to ((car*. Il? f*rr*d to Comailtta* on Tott Offlefl. Mr. lVmiTU alro prr*rnt*d a m? atrial. r??t*iutn| many huodrrd rlfnatur** a?fclaf i iifta a> ! tak* ii'??pui?? for th? eon?trnfftlr? *f a Mill ?l (tni Uit HI curt r1r*r to San Kraaoiaoo Mr ra*m * pr?a#ai*4 ta* c4 t*?? Prat* rWctid a ?*tiaU>r from Uarylawd wairb war* r??4, *bra Mr rratt r*c?lT*4 th? rittnaaaiy oalb. and to.>k h;? ??at in tba Sonata artoLVtioii in ituriM to ??r i'ttwimm or tni twaranT or to aitiun*. Mr. I>oi I.L4* p jbmttt' J tha foil >01114 rrt luUnn, *bieti 11** otot? ( u < !??<?, Tk?t tlx Cnwimltt** oa tba ni??ri?>t of r?|n<abia ? ? U?trn<-t?d U> n piit" lata tbt ?*i*di tu jr of r.Mf.>. <- . Ir?t" th* of Mtrjlaad th?t p ri. ?.( i, i it,, , t, ' ?iurb I* act ?l'ra<>*d la the **rr-ira>* limit* *r thr r.ty ?f V and alt* lata t!>a *tp*?i>a?y of <> ? *<n<ltac tba < rhart?r*f th* aaid city af t? i>hiatt?a aa to antharii* tba H rje'atioa tl? r*ef in aiarrlM th* * > " of latxia- i^a ?- | titrciitl kjr tl>? rf;u!?rlf orfiiiiti term rir? of il.a . la.;?d atat*a tnJ?r thalr rt>p*?U?* lava. ' Vr PMitn alto j tertctfj th* f lloaiDg r*? lutlon, ' allrh ll??? ? " Riwoltad. Tl?i itj f<*r?Ui7 ?f th* Jfary k* r*n*lr*4 ta ir I <>(I> ata'.at' i ->? ? TT tf ?<1 morn of lh? a<-<-..uat I r( Pt I|?r *. Hrtaorn, I'M Na*? Aot it Natr f ?rk. a* 4 f n IIII am'jVi'Ml, with all tha it'on. dikit ul rr? II t. *0 , tit ii. ? 1 it httix r ? bxh ??r"ri to lw I hi t tit* I ait*4 , ?a\n fum I?i4 nt, la tha ko< k? of th? funrtn Ait?iw>r, torMi rr with ooj>t?* of all lot tar*. anil as alnraitef all luucl.tra appartainlag to aaid ar > nat. 1 thi iiinn uttrict. Mr. B*?iaw? rubmitt< d th* r*?.lotl' n ? Kr?<>lT<4. That th* ? ommi!t?* oi Cotumatra I n?tmru? I t< In , .tna ia'*tl>? pt rr tfnlrii' 'inj Wi'ii Khi'hii il- I t r ?<-r?lr?. It* e*r?r? wko w?r? tf l*anM'4 from thai?-rrtM ? tf to* tttarj of th? Tnaaarj. tha .1th Mittalir, IMP. . 1HK Itltl <|t aitlM. Mr Hot ?To?t mit>mlUo<l th* following prrainbl* and rnoiuttui wblrh ll?* imr ? W h.ria*. Th* Concra-a ol lit* lalted Rut**. pnMalM oalv a d?l. natad authority, ha< a aa pin or i w tha aakjoet ?f aagro r'atnf, alt).la ik? imiita ol >f a l att*d ?tain. aitiaf . la 11 laifiti-ro with It, ia Ik* Urnf riu tr diatnrt, l wk?r?, I j aanlrlfal la*, II lew ailata: or to aatakhah It la | aa; Mata or tnninj ?h?t? it doaa n< t ailat; knt an aimnacaaaa guaranty prriaoi* 'irmnaf, |*t*t aprrwnaa ln>. u4 Tiami aMimail pttjaalo*. ahuh. hy p?i?intlltf, ! 1*1 t ! nr or waakm la?a and liatotlaa far th* tai?a ia ' ia >ay rati of th* Muttj, It I* horahy R " It*#, thai aa pa?|>l* ta Uniton** h??* tba tain* iakartnt rlilt*a of atll ?o??roir?nt a* p*op:a la th? Stata*. thit II, in ti e tx*r?l<* af i?rh Inform! rtcM* ?h* p*"fl* la M .iintd lrrtitori*? tr Ika aauaaatiaa af lfaa* lf.it tha *finfiltIna oft aif'inia and Hi* Mot**, South af llir ratal lit af .Hi *'t ?ad J'nua. af Herth laiitn 1?, ?tli*dir* to iLa l'a i?> !>. *?, ?hai| labllah aaum ala??rf n th* l> ir.atma ol i>' t ^ t n^nnaiit*. II a > I m? ?t?1 ki otj?*ina I* tliair adai*M?a a fta-o ar *tat*? lata ha t, I i.i'?. la le rluti with tka loaatltailoa af kit* k?al'*d tllM. tl rr??wr? rwrrrp rraTr*. Mr Kratiii Inirnuueoit a Mil fur th* r*IUf of th* ?ur*tl** ta tba br.od gifin ta kfbalf <>f tli* ht*aoiar ' I alt# J Statu. (1 Vr Kt*<i lntrn<la?*d a bill grantlaK tb* il?bt nf way r 4 a unt atl< B Ol laixla t? al'l In thu ron?tr J)tlon af a ^ tai rratl Irtni Srltaa. la Alabama, to th* IrkiirMn j| iiT.r. Q( rri? i?" Vr B.r ri? ntti<-? of a I'll to Mttinrh* Vo- 8| In-i-? I u!'ip ? n.limni-t-r o??K?. ta)s? qi t.? h\ el ?lr*4* fca . In e*iU)? ?. w *?ir*DMIt1T t* t*l < i>?>TltTTTI?, Ml i ?-iin J?tro4???4 j"4?? r?w(nMon pro?* lag in aro?nilm?i?t to ttia ^ t'tatioD. diii--'.tig th* ?lae- w I I cl (trogt r. \J ib* |?< pIo linn loi > i i"?t ii mil Mr Horn 11*1 it i r 1?< 4 a oil I t<> ??*? Lilt'* Woek, UktllM. a p<?r? of tNmrt inrrtlnriir. ^ 1 I ? V - ' Tt .'4t.i ? ? ?(( r, r.i?r4 If m th* i ; m I of t? I ?>'m| (It? ??. ,, UK T.l'ln | 1h? fr'r-?1 ? ' llil lilKN f? ? Mt to ttv abduction (f Rry 'HI ln.? ITM-T'tTfH ,< Mr PiKi i mo*?<l ihat ! ?# pTOtaad to tlm ?t? 1?iatcaal It-, at r*?oluUo?, r**i voting rot p( limiUd tin* th* a?? Emltiag tho expcnooo of *oith* tmiM ftp custom He mM thU vm a bumdn of rltel lap4bso?. both to tho oowtirn and to tk* rtreaui of Ik* country. At the 8eul* uit bo inre, the Miv>ropo**d to be *u*poado4, and which vent lito antioi on the let January, limited the expense* ofoolleotlng the revenue* to a scale. on*-thlrd below tM estimate made by the Department, for the actual servioe ; and unlet* the act wa* tiuepended. It wooM be necessary for the Secretary of the Treasury to remodel th* whole revenne system. That officer hai already ieeued circular oiderlng tbe revenue cotters to be laid up, and the discharge of their orewii, *nd bad directed the expanses of weighing, measuring, aad gauging to be oharged to the importers. Utber expends attacbing to tbe warehousing system, were also Arreted to b* charged to the Importer, as alao war* th* expense* of appraisoment. The ?sumntrd expoihes of the new collection district*. were proposed to bofeduoed to an entirely inadequate sum, and a per eoMtage open the salaries of officers of the customs, had keen ordered to be withheld, until th* action of OMftgre** upon this subject nul.l hauurllliMil All lk..? mn.t K. n.._ aevered In, unleia the joint Veaoiution should be taken up, anil pkHfd; and evsn ttay would ndt be sufficient to accomplish tbe reduction femauded by the law. The Seuate must haw that the law waa panned on the laat day ot laat session, in hMt?,ftnd without the deliberation which ao important Jobjert demanded It provides that, iuxtead of the ?*f>< n?ea of collecting the revenue being deducted troa the gross revenue, the revenueaShould be ttrnt paif into the treasury and the expenae* be then drawn toder apecifle appropriation. So tar. the aot ?ua good, tat the proviso waa added, whioli limited the expends to an amount deemed entirely iucuflu-ient for the nrpose? an amount which w?? not baa <d upon actual eat i ma ten of the necessities of the service; it wan in taat. the prompting of a guess, and prcliably intended to otwpel tbe Secretary of the Treasury to tend in hi* estimated, and let congress know viint the actual neeeiainen were. Mr. fierce again referred to tbe qnrMi< nabie propilety cf reducing the revenue outtof'service .Mr W inait.k. UteipcNiti/, mggestei that such a move waa particularly qiMfctlonable at this reason of the ytar Mr Dickinson advocated the necessity and propriety of taking up the resolution, and deciding upon it, that i tbe ofii' tra of the revenua may know what they will Lave t. depend upon did not, however, suppose, thiit tiie act *a# passed, V- tbe 8> nator from Delaware had ruggex'ed without due deliberation, and hu would not pit-bsbly a^iee with ttui gi uileiuuu in tbe aiv.ion of tbe body on ibe resolution He believed tbe limit of ' expenditure waa too low, Mud would agree to increase it; but not tothrow tbe wa<>l" matter open agitin t'?t1e Trraruiy Department. 4e hoped that the resolution , would now be taken up. flaeussed, and acted up >n. The motion to take up the joint resolution was then agreed to. I he resolution b? ving been read, Mr Hi'Ntkr ad- ! drttred tbe Senate, expr saing the opiuiou, that this act ooght lo be itiore guard) dlhan ever no# He believed Item a careful i Ttamiuaticn of tbe whole sub Jl-Ol, lL?t tllMH I'XpW'll Mlt'tJt tl l>? iltlll D>0TV ro- I cJu,-i-d lie alluded lo^liw various items of expenditure, lor the purpose wl /<ho? i;jg that ill. y inigbt bo greatly decreased. I'll* expense^ of tb* revenue cutter sy?t<*ui n.i^t.t he reduced a lHR < -'iu ant by the employment | ul tailing Vessel* lustra i ofdrmu oucters He objected also to the cniphj J**nt of m revenue cutter for the pur- i pote of relieving stpvre<k'd vessel* four hundred thousand il./IUin, also, might be tared iu the warehousing sjstmt, b> the eiuplojmerit of private warehouses. in all caafes, in?.e?d ot Hie public storm pro- ! Tided I litl murk*, b' ^idex . avi >g to lar,(<9 an amount. V ulil. undoubtedly, be the rnoit popular. A further I sevirg might and night to b? made, by the reduction ol ll.o uucubtr of otli.-ers employed In the cu t'un bouse*. | ai tlrular'y that iu New \ urn He hoped that CotJgiess woul<? take some measures to curtail these ex| n-es, and tv prevent their continual unnecessary increase. Mr I'ltRcie expresfei his coDcarrcnee 1q the views : expressed, relative to the preposed reforms in the 1 mode and exf dih of collecting the revenue; but he wl?fced theso reform* to be Dude by Congress. and not ; by th? Srcratarv of the Treasury. His wonder was, I that those who have bad the power did not, long ago, take the requisite mea'urvs of reform It mutt he seen, however, tfcat under the present circumstances. i some action should be taken by Congress. for the purpose of roudrrbig the proposed reform what it wm de- , signed to be- public good, lie wi< In favor of spe- ] citlc appropriations by Congress for these expenses; ] hut it ceitainly was prop t that Congress should first know for what these tpecitio appropriations wen ask- | ed. Hi- did not. ask \he pas?sge of this act for the , purpose of continuing th? abuses which btd keen , complained of, but In order that the Secretary of the , Treasuiy might not bo compelled to do that which was the duty of congress lie believed that the expend!- , t.u i ' be greatly reduced, if ?ttemp?e< in the i proper manner; and was not sure but that a careful : , in \ es11> ati< n of the subject, would show that the whole ( X| <nse<f the warehousing system might be saved by ! tl' abolition of that ryrteiu. Mr D,< aiMo* moved to amend tho bill, substituting , a provision for the surpension of the existing law until . t fpsrtfio appro Dilations shall be made by law?provided. ' < that in the" nuunilaie the eiprnK-H thall not txond j thote M lfc-io. lo addition to certain coutiejsnt ex- . ] enfeR of caitngc. fcc. | Mr. Da< k. ot Mi*rif?ippl expressed hit willingness to , adopt the iiarudmrnt ju?t proposed, and alto t > In- , rrt?>e the limit to aoy specific sum whlrh the (,'oamittee cn linaoce might ddesirable; b.it he would ( eter coateud tor the principle ef specltto appropriation. , He believed that the reduction of the r?ffmn nutiir [ force tnlght be safely and advantageously made. H? would .ay for tbe American people that tb.re nan very j little dl?poeltlon among them to smuggle, and he believed that very little rmugglinx wi< attempted, or would emue upon tbe reduction of the force euiplojed to ptevent ?uch violation of law. Mr Wi n?Tra obierved that thrre tai ft general di?poiltloa to revl?e and curtail thorn expenditures. It wan a complex, and in rose respects. a d.(Bruit subject It wa? a subject which rcjuir-d speciHi approfna'i< n?. because w Secretary ol the Treasury bad no authority, except to prerent < on;re** his view* npon c ti e matter. Tbe object of the law originally wa? to as- 1 S ceitHin what amount nt specific appropriate ns Odtfht to be made . and. considering that there might be great ! variety of opinion lo relation to the expediency of r?ducitig the revenue cutter system ab llshlng the ware- t hcuriag eytttm, In . be thought it expedient to adopt t tl>e amendment submitted by th>' Senator fion New \ fi k He tbeught that proportion a fair one, and * would heartily support It Mr. Phunto* alto advocated his amendment. Hli 1 cj ioion waa that the amendment provi Ird a greater . turn for the collection of the revenue than would be t? eeeeary. whtla at the iaa< time It allowed a rum n.uch less than ; he estimates made by the Secretary of 1 tbe I'rvasury lie believed that some middle ground 1 would be the proper ba-l* ?f permanent action on the * subject ami he hoped that the reduction "fthera- : venue cutters w ull not be made Immediately at thia ' Inclement M??n of the year, ehlle the underwriter* ( v>tre depending wpon these cutters for relief to ve?*el.< | In dlrtre*s on the coast. and before thev could hart 1 opportunity to provide other measure* for seour.ng ' this service Mr i iiHtt ' said that In 1M1, when the revenue J wae $U.lli.UO. tbe expense of collertlog It wa? yyj'i ' <00. In 1(49, when tbe revenue bad Inert a*?d to f'l- ' L< (Mi " ti.ee'pemn < f e illeetlng tbe aaoie had lO- a cr?a>?d to i'i SiO '<>0 This wa* an lnerea*e of the expenditure, a* would be ?e*n. rf 'JOO jer cent?a fact k. in ul' rler.t to tli '? thut tb'-r. - no ?hln? rot- J t? n" in the sen ce. He ??? satisfied ibat the expense* * of neiiectiag the revenue might safely be reduced to 1 f I'.MllOu. and under a proper system to even >1 OW,. COO * .Mr Hewn* advocated the adoption of the amenj- 1 Bent proposed by the Senator from New York but op- ' any action which Klght remit in the Imuiedlate v h.lraeai < f tb service p*-rforsi<-4 by the reienae * cnit< r?. In aiding merchant ?e??l? f uml in dl'tree* ' dur r?mm?r lal marine bad received Immense eervle* aecTtreeouid a?t but h?- productive oi gr*at ftII ' Mr Baal arat follow*.!. expreaalng a e mcarrraca la tli? rt? w? eipreacad by hi* colleague ,V,r \\ i *.i> npr?.^j th* bop* that by uaaalmna* * cniiiril. itr aaieiKlnienU r> ptrtrd froa tb*<-Oinuiltt** 11 in hnio ni'ght b?* po til ar>r in4 tbr quaatloa b* Uk'D li.ri-oilj upm Mr I'Ttir-nn iMndia ot J Ni < lu-rtion brio* made, the quaatiaa tu atat?4 J UJI.o ti.?t imiMi, ' Vr Dana ranted to aairad th* am*n liaoat. by atrlh- ? rf rul tb* pioitftua allowiag certain meiJ-a'.al ?i prna. . L"?: ti'<!l iimi.kI i h* amnidiDrii? moved by *tr Plektneoa *?< thra J" Mi i i -.< i Mi# VI** FroUrat |lrla| lb* rwtiri ??t* la th* athrtaa-lr*. Mr Hi *t?a <**<! te am>ud th* reaolutlin by th* 1 " iddi'l< o<li elan reprrted froa tb* nmnitlM en on m?rte. pro?Kllo? that n. thing therein aball bo < ?a- ' >tri rf a? a* to |>r*Trat the la>p"rtatl"n of < d* frora *J >n* dl-ttlct tc an?th?r uii<l*r hood wblrh wa-airr< d ti. '* The further ronildrrtiloo of tU? aaljeet waa tbea ^ Kiij-uiJ uli U U'-mi rrow. o?> ?*') ? or raiiraaai*. The re*olatlna rnbailttoi by Mr. < leiavaa, aalllnf for a# ? - r la'i?? to th* app<lotm?iU . a i bili ary |o??rni n rf California and th* app lntra?nt " f i f sit to aid la the ealabiiahtm nt of a lull govern- " m nt I bar*- w?a lakaa from tba labia Mr l>*?aon ?ugreatrd (bat tba laf rmatl >n had at*ady h?rn rent to tba otbar Hoaaa, la compllaaee with | ~ l nn liar re*. lutien pa*a*d tb*ra r I'i i >iin bad ao objection to hating bi? r*aolu- " Ire It* over, uatll It r ai l b? a- r*rtain*d *h?th<-r n * rJ i?*?ng* aaat to tba ether hou<* cooiamvd u.e deolrad 1 ill riaatl<>a aad It waa laid o**r iiari'inr ataaio*. " Tb* Kraal* tbrn wrnt iato executive aeaaioa aad . oca altar adj- arard. JJ H*aa? of RrprtirntatlTtf. ^ wuhi'moii, January 14. li?0 i , TNt act ?? ar ihi nocaa. J*| At twanty mlTiiit.? r?f two o'dort, Mr. K?'rr>??v an icrrd to peatponatha furtbrr ***cat1on of th" ord*,. *' nth* al*etloa of rfBrrr?, for th* parpoaa of taking up b* r>r?rt r.f the ( onmittoa on tin)*#. Tb* old rule* *r*ad?pl*d temporarily, aad th* tlaae would eiplr* J* ? day, It waa. th*r?for*, Important to pracred with of b* batterer. After a abort ronrerratlon. th* motion of Mr. Kauff- * laa wax agree* to. Tb* rulea wer* adapted aad thea *Jt JO Prat an*ad?d ml* to be aoaatdrred wa? r*?J re- M UlrlDg that. In all ca*oa of elrcltoa by th* II j.ia* the , ' prakar hall rot* la oth?r ?aa> a ha ?h.?ll not be r'- kv, ilred t* rote. aal*aa hla rota. If glrea to th* minority, r 111 mate tba dlrlalca equal, aad. la aaae of aarh equal Irldcn. tb* qaratloa ahall be loet. Tb* required to ' 1 wnrrxf u> ? w~rt?? m i, Mr Ni?? *>* tUnM t? ik* ???4a?t, kwu** ' *' th? air?rtU n I t< t? vt I t.frr?.l ?..th- r?: M <?f th-e-mml t... Mr MM th?t It eoutd <* ****?+ * I* Sp??kT 10 *ot# ?h*B hla ?<* c?ll ?ot ?(T?*t the iilt h? ?h?r?f"r* ?r?p"??<lt? ?m?n4 fcy '/.h. U roM ulliM U. T.f .111 4J'Ct th. Jai Mr M?L*? * M?rjU?J. daa?r?4 th? Sp**k?r to it* nn roll rail th? ?am# M th# oth?r ^ Mr w>'!"? ? aa?t??da41* ?M ?"* ? *' *? ******** ' k i?*ktr rota, refnpltd. M b* with point* af ardar ud other duties of the ohalr. He should not W Mm* polled to tator the irtu of dlaoaartoa, to defaad hi* T0t6#. Mr. MiCi.im*kd nM that tho Ipwkw ?oM oo Mm* groand m other members. It tu not e ok potent (or the Hooao to exoaerate him from voting la oortala Qim, Mr SrrrHiK. thought that the ohjeot of reatlemem would bo accompiuhed by the amendment of tho committee. Mr. Batlt aold that no laataaoo* vera oa record where tho Speaker deroended from the eholr to oddreaa In* House. Tba ought not to b? reqnirtd to mingle Id debates; and he wa* opposed to Mr. McLaa*'#amendment. Mr Momnk oald that the role*, u tmt. meat the objvot Intended The position of , was that of strict impartiality-U compelled every question. he would have to deeeend t and defend hie rot*. Let the 8peaker rote o. tit he ohosta to do so. Mr. Ci.kavel4Ni> believed that if any future should descend from the cbair to address the I u xu 1.4lit inliuenue his action iu the chair to give t to 11 ofi only who would sustain hiiu Further debate ensued. and the Speaker having that the rules, as adopted, would be subject to at mtnti at a future time. Mr Romnsom iao\ed to postpone the subject to : .... I day next, ao as to go on with the election of otHi < The notion was loat. n ( Finally, the rule as first stated *a.< agreed to. The rule as to what description ui persons shall admitted to the floor *f the House being under con? deration, Mr bi tlir, of Pennsylvania m- red tu amend bj adding " and tucli persons a the Speaker or membera > ma; introduce " He thought as mauy pernons us could be admitted ought to be L -rv to Helen to the delibervticns. Mr TiiOMrsoif, of Pennsylvania, was In favor of aocommndatiug everybody Mr WoeuviAito warmly r.pposed the amendment. Men.bers who lia?e the Iras*, regard for propriety will fill the outride of ih* bar with their favorite*, whil? members cf the opposite character will exclude th* trieuds whom they would Ilk* to have in the hall. Was it anything but riithc that the representatives should have the hall to themselves, without admitting ft crowd lioes the President permit the population of Washington to go to his privst-e business ro >m? Gentlemen goto the departments aud to the President'* House, where there are whit* m-nsengers and negro messengers. and after waiting a long lime are sometimes cbllged to eooie away ?i'hout seain< the President or the Secretaries I'M* proposition i< only another in the reries to degrade this body and ta make It COUtempUtle aud iBterlor to the President, at the II >us? ri Commons in to the king. I'he galleries ought to beaboli> bed; n jury of twelve men c*u transact bu4tie's in private; there is no mechanic "ho ha* not a suuilar privU lege in hla own workshop, aoj yet the House was not to hare the piiviieK* to abkili-h the galleries; aud then you will have drba'e itiMeait of oratory, instead of driutgi'gick. baiangu<--< Mm impel toe House and toe luui h t-eif-reep*ct to vet* for the proposliloa. Mr. :\?l'Cli:bhaki) would vote for the amendment. for the m ( Or the g- n'i- mt.ri would vote ugu i:at it. Th# CHDtlriiitD complained > f the ?uperclliiiu4uess of thj l'lffld -nt hlid the lit a.** of i h.< d juri nifnti. for no5 t<'niittii>g per?on? to tnelr amlieuje j aud while he eon? di nine?l thi? practice he would have the Home iinitat) what lie eotid>-mns Mr. TnnMr?ur<. of I'enB'jlvjxila replied to Mr. Woodward The people wire without advocates here. Ws f<rget the maM?( We my to tboM outside: you can't ootiie in; this hall belong* to u?, who g-?t ei^at dollars a dn y. There were no: t;i? MEtiine-ts. We will shut out everybody alter awhile Mr Ji ij mid it wai impossible to let in all the people. We eb< uld keep out the harpies ?the claim agent*, wbo brtiege the representatives at erery step. I'tip* this amendment aud u will be tantamount to extmoicg au invration to -all th? wotld and the rest Of irankiiid '. (Laiijjbter ) Mr. Koor sail it evtrjbody vai admitted, we would hate an apple-table aud a ma-age table in the lebbiei. (Laughter.) Mr. Sr?>To?r, of Tennessee, said t\e desks ought to l>e rem> t?d ftoui all. (hen the members would attend to burlLets ibktead ol reading nuwepapert aud writing letter*. Mr. Kt tii ft explained why he offered the amendment. t;om<- of hie courtitU) ntr on one oocatl >u could D< t, owing to the croad in the gal.eries, get lata tha ball. Mr McMvllbk opposed the amendment. An lnri? tatlrn would be eitrncted to Pt nnsylvaniana to eomel irhile other gontlenien'a con-titu?n|" e >uld not Bod it 10 ernyenlent to vltit The cruwd might be so great is tolrcomtnode gentlemen in their (eats. Mr. Woonw*nu tr.ought that what the people were nri-t *'1X10111 to kDnw tent fuilb by the reporter*, lek tfctPf (rentli uiHii *lJ the; will tell you that the :oDTrr(?tton outDide tb<* bar with rtrangor*. prevout* Li m frcm h??rm? with dxtinetneas. iii< ?-l bit'i ik CMC Mr Sn.o?M. reminded the gentleman that to-day an imrodmect had bet d adopted, which admitted four hem and person* to th* privilege o> the hell. namely, ;be member* of the State legislature*. 11a oppo**4 .he amendment Mr Vinios then made some general remark* la tver of the Amendment* proposed, and that th* iebate rfcall be eoaflned to the *ubweet* under eouilderation. Mr. Thohhoi*. of M 1**1**1 p pi. replied that he wanted free dltcuHhlon and moved that tbe further eonriJeatlin ot tbrahjrct be postponed until Monday next. jyiiit Vr 8< Htwct moved to make It th* *peeial order foe hat day. pendlag which queetlon the Ilou** adjeurnslj KE1V YOKK LKUlSLATUai. Albany , Jan. 14? T. m. Itnate. rrrrriow roa or aamrrar law. Sertral petitions ?i re presented in favor of th* repeal if tl.e law paiftd two neitlon* ago, providing for a roll try ?.f birth*, marriage*, and death*. viniiitcr, 1 he (Jovrrnor. In an*wer to a resolution of tha Seat-' tr*armltt?d letter* from teveral of th* judge* of he Snpitme Court. In relation to commitment* for T?Taacy. innt*Ttn*r** or coaroaaTiova. A cp?r.municati' n from the comptroller wa* received, ,iv Irk the Information that a very large proportloa ot he cltle* and Incorporated village* of the Stat* hare lot r. nj|>l)t d ?ilt> that re?>lutlon of the Senate which R (?>* d In %prtl 1 ? . >> 'I which directed a utatedi nt of the Indebtedieex cf euob title* tad villaffw*. Iro. kljn t tDkiitUigua. and a lew other*, t;< ail that late ttpfondcd mriiiooitiK roa omr. Mr Stawto* introduced ? btll to abnliah Imprieonn?at I r Uebt In r*?? ? whi r* tba State it a perty, and g I'T the Nlmill *uj perton iaiprlnoned la ittii-eijui nee <f lndebte<Jli?r* to the tilate, upon bond, ecnginiauee, judgment or otherwise. who on ell hare ieen laiptuotied lor )b? term of two yearn, aud ho r ball nt.t airain be Imirleontd for the fame debt. This ^ * ict 1? to a,i'ij to aii perron* iiow to Imprisoned. iitioui n??i Mr. Con*, froo the Committee on Back*. Introduced i d?r!*r*tory reeolutii n Urnt in tb* jadrftneat of the l?i.ate, tbe i bject fnu^rt to be obtained by Strings laak*. cannot be attained t ? a general law for thai lurjrfe Tbi* drew c.ot a debate << the iiue*Uont rbe'l.er it W' old not ! *( to the conjinl??li n of (treat land*? whrthtr dl?h< n??t per*on? would not. under a metal law *" eiate for the |iurp<-ee of defn idlng the ,?**ry, who becaune an org inflation h?? the implied anctl* n tf tbe l.ept-la ure by a general lae, would run their i*tih|ik end ?ttilng? wit i it. Mr M*n* J ubtel whether the prohibition of tha < D?tl'.u'l< n did not eitend.a* well to Baring* Inttitalotn. a* to at her bank* Mr < eoi. cited tbe teport made by Mr. Ayraald the beliman if tbe i ommittee on Btnkc. In the Senate. * having argned thl* nueetion with ahiilt/. and ihowc be Impropriety of any genetal law Seretai Senator* **pte<-iog a dent re to examine tb* ntllk*. *ad it helag coaetdered a* very Important, bat. wh?n the Hentte prnn- unred It* opinion It b< old t-e alt-r deliberation and reflection, notlen wa? eferred. re it ilk. r to arttn rtrn*. The motloa r,f On eeat Horame, of Rarenawood, la ineet * cunty for privilege to build pier* In front of I* lawn, on the I a?t Hirer wai preeented and referp1 to the i oatailttf# <n i omru?ree aud Navigation, of hieh.ft*natot William* le cheirmaa. f>n petition of Mr Saii?*?n, the C<<aiptrol1er we* r*ue#ted to com nitnirii* to the Seriate a e <r>t r,r tK> it raport maiir b? tb? Hxlib O Ulcer of th* port of f? \ ort to ihit df| r'aaot. Mr C BOLn a p?i? Lot P" of a bill, to maka tha ofJIear? I hraiib tail da?*ut) b??l b fii'Mi alarl-i ofP -ata. M TITI ??. A i-nmiiailMtlAi ??? fr>m tha Attm?y rrrral r<.m?onie?tln* tn an??nr to a raanlutlna of i? !?. Bala tba tnformaMoa oflh pre cat roa.lltlon of t \r rtitra brought by lh?S'H? t <T me pnrrwae of teat K the manorial tit lea in different* parta of tba St?w the Van llannanlaar tha no1 nlbir rat?tf?. b.?. aultt ara all peedln* It ?M b? pr -?ary to |t. la a i> mml"li<i to end abroad f t aili oM ueeeaaa' In tba rraitin*; atnrrrte* or mrn or r<wta?r. Mr Bar. r< ?, of Buffalo laid on tba tabla of tba 9?* He tba Ml'<?in| naeliitira Baialrad. (If tba * ?. ?nj wtrnr) that It ha rtroninj. It the penatara and R.tiaaentailTea farth* Ataia ?f Verb. Coaar'aai-f th lalla* htitaa, ta naa tbrir ??? affirta ?a naara the pataaaa af a la*. dnrtax the pr<-aeit i^iaaat >??! ?. ' Ich ?hall rarfnoe tha t abar.alia aa all I It' a ??? ' BK lit'I an nm<- m > . iri 4 in tha * mail, far all dtataier* wlihta 'hi- Stetaa an l tha rrlt't'M th?r? f ta treat'. and fur addlt r M w. 'ntao oata fnf aaah half ixiaee. or f?r any fraatioe l><< ih?a aalf ivaee. and iarara *f prt-p?)B>?at at th? p < ? .ifflwa ?eta tui h lattata are dapo.li-a. ?u<h p>et?4?ta ha fartUar (c<-<it ?" 1 * nt? f?r aa<h half enn' a ia n?i*ht, ?uJ tol r ta a?dltl?nal fi r aach aildnlaaal half and flr.i tion lam an I a'f aa nr?a. h- aim (If tha ArMmMy tor<-<tr ) T>>at It l< n .Jnat and >*l* d?ni that tba atp<' "a af nap-, it mora nail r*nle% tr?a littmwt docniraata of dead latter* and ilu-iwaa iha raat of tr*naBnrun( ia tha nulla aavapapera III n phleta h*je?d tha p a >f* '-haria ?n th. m. atiouid ha raa aelaly ly tbfaa nli a* m and reenlre lat'era; t at rae>> ilea la far the ha* atlr ?.f tha ?tinl? pe?t>l*. an I i?i eip*?*a i aid ha defrayed fr- ta 'he unifi lieaatiry. If iha reran an tha Fnet Ofh<* frtar'seat ?n<l?r a r. In rata .>f n >at?. ahoalU pt. \r ir-afl c,?nt; an 1 ibat tl.r ?. .1 4?na'or? and I t?:?mtitf h* rt'iuaotvd t? n>a u>. h?*t fl.irta r .r aa r ? raaimal ?f thi??pi.r-fnif? and nn : ial la< apoa tha llnf'i a?it aa-tal raKt<o?? f th> p* r'a ti? lr?d (if t.f? AKamhly < neur ) r^a* tha O^tamar ^ II ??tid litruiait wpiaa af tbvaa raaalaUana ta ttid Sa? i?t> and Ka^raaratatixa. To ablck ' r Bftaniivtrtf appfnd" I anotbar '"'I'M (If tha AmiaM* c irar,)lba anr S.>natnr? lat ri' wniMtn ? fi iam?( 11 iMaama>( iha ad"ptlna af i? r >i in| ?? 'paf-?r p alat- fr-?, ta aa> b Con/raaai-a >l trial. tftr ?rtr ram, i b*t? ? ? on l th? ?-i'< ?-1 fth? M?tf? < f th? C"J?. ?n?tk?t lo or fttMlig i r ! ? - r-f? I that < h?r? >h ?> I I ? ?HI? J n t ??lm e?!*r?i **4 lh. : ?*ti ?i?onn?- of 1t? I r .. r. h?t? *? lnt?r??Mr* h .forf of th? > Irh tryUlatt' n hn1 In r>-K?r<ltu iht? Import tat I }t?t. aurlag tb? laa: ?!'? . I It. M th?akht ttat tb? Standing CoiaaUtt**