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New York, Tliurariay, februarj S t, 1850.
The Klavcry ItatttloiioTbe Constitution or
According to our telegraphic despatches, Ust
evening, the President has submitted the constitution
?I California to Congress. This will bring the
whole slavery and territorial question to a crisis.
With the admission of California, the territories
must also be organized on a fair and just basis.
Now that the crisis is upon us, hopes of a settlement
of the w hole difficulty increase.
tince the introduction of Mr. Clay's compromise
resolutions inio the Senate of the United States, for
the settlement oi the e.vcitiug question of slavery, as
regards the new territories, we think a better and
more charitable public sentiment has been exhibited
in ail lections of the country. The patriotism
which pervudea the speech of that statesman,
seems to have been communicated to all who have
read it, and fanaticism and ultraism have cowered
be lore it. There is an occasional out-burst of
feeling, but the speech has led many who
had not previoudy looked at the question in
any but a one-sided way, to view lis Southern aspect,
as well as the Northern; and the consequence
is, that many, in this region especially, who previously
considered that the South had not a particle
of n^ht to assume the stand which it has on the
slavery question, are now willing to admit the
existence of tquity in their demand, to a certain
<xt?nt. They are beginning to think that in submitting
to be led by designing politicians, they
have, unknowingly, been following an abstraction,
and endangering the peace and integrity of the
*noIe conlederacv.
This retuin ol reason, after such a long aberration,
is gratifying, and augurs well for the settlement
of the slavery agitation. We cannot expect
that the fanatics of either the Northern or the
Southern States will abandon the factious course
w hich they have been pursuing so long; for if
tb? y do, they would sink into insignificance. In
almost every State ol the Union there are many
windy politicians ?i every party, who have reach* j
ed a factitious importance by violently advocating I
extreme views, either far or against the South, and 1
by that alone. Such men care nothing for the
Union or the slave, whose particular friends they
aflecl to be. All they want is to attain a position;
and they rare not what means they use te promote
their ends. What do they care for the condition
cf the slave?whether he lias that abstract liberty
t>f which they prate ao much, or not, as Ionj; as
they make perineal capital out of himl What I
would become of fcuch men as Greeley and his co- I
edjutois, it slavery did not exist in the^outhern I
Elates? Were it abolished, they would at once 1
ink into insignificance? the only prop that sup- j
luiathem would be taken away, and they would
litver nu>re be heard of. Did it not exist, they |
would never have acquired that factitious position
v Inch they have?one, however, which is anythiag
tut enviable. .So it ia with the Fourierites, the
i ociaLntt, and others of that ilk. As long aa there
u uu evil connected with the organization of aoi
.'ij, it constitutes their capital and stock in trade,
tuit th<y will most piteouely dwell, and in that
wi) deceive the ignorant but well meaning portleu
of the community into the impression that
tbey are he nest reformers, who wisii to ameliorate
th< condition of humanity.
If sich a sentiment of compromise a* we have
referred to, were to animate Congress, there would
w* n be a satisfactory settlement of the slavery ]
question m that body. It prevails to a certain ex- j
It ut iheie, Mid is confined to a few men. Those
lew, however, by their commanding talents auJ
acknowledged patriotism and ability, have it in
their power to tufce the whole subject out of the
huniis of the facUouista, and dispose of it in such
a way as to give tatirlaction to the reasonable and
modeiMte men of all parties, in both the Northern
and Southern States. It ia to those men ike cean'ry
Inks in this crisis. The agitators have had
their twa w?y long enough. The cabinet have
tried to ct l?y ita *rttlriii'-t?t; out ueitner tur lactiouia'a
nor th- cabiuct could Maud un hour before
Ihr ikllumcr ct Mirli mrn na we allude to. We
bow look lo tbr exrrciae of that influence, in the
I prouthing dr hair on the California conatiMtion.
Wf hope u> Hf the whole ideation nettled, tuid
)>ut to reat lor ever. It ia the darkeat juat bdvre the
brtnk of day.
MajltThe n? h,!,<))(. of thia city,
a will be * n in another column, had a apt n led
tutfting in tbe 1'ark yraterday. The resolution!
Will>|WHk l? r themaelvea. They probe some o<
lh' convr ntioival le|>r<>?ie? and catikrr*fpotaof aocial
organisation ntrr" thotouahly than could have beet
anm i,at?d, and a good moral etlecl luay result, M
the end, ty bringing the piety and poverty of tha
metroi oha into a cloae communication The two
have b?en long aeparaled?or, rather, they have
never been atrirUy united?poverty, in too many I
inaUacea, being ol#!iged, like the Saviour of mankind.
to olack tin* corn" of auatenanee on the
KM>?th d y, in apite of the outcnea of thoae who
held the day in reverential awe It ia to be re.
grettrd that the New Teatament, by which the
mat* of mankind in cieili/ed countries are guided,
Itaa not been more explicit with reapect to the
aacr?dnraa of the one day in aeven?that it h?a
rather leaned to K a* an ordination of aociety, th in
a* eonaecrated by the Moohic diapenaation. The
8?*i?nr, in citing the commandrurnta, left out that
relative totw s?bbath; aad hia froing through tha (
corn fields, ?n?1 atm'iUe acta, on that rtaf, appear to ,
have beea done m the prn?n<e of Lit enennea, aa
rebuke to their mode of mug the festival.?
Opinion*, however, are varioua on thia subject?
while all agree that reM from labor niw day ia the
#e?en, ia conducive to enjoyment aad happineaa. j
gaujan or thi ftaamame Ohio.-Tha ataanahlp
Ohio. La fefcaaek tailed yoalatday aAavaooa f,? ||?
,ana %mJ New Orlaaaa amid th. n..?i
lualaatci aueh oeoaaloa* A Uat of hot r-Ttrt . n
will be foaad flee what a
Thi ( mimtr, ("apt. Wladls, ia to ?au oa
Satarday. for (twgrea dlraat
Citt fatirira.?Tha deaoaraoy aaaUaaa la trouble
Oaa aaetloa of th* party baa sailed a meeting at Taa- J
tnaay Hall, on Saturday erasing ne*t. Ml It onght to
ha a largo oaa Tha genorsl committee oI tha aatarrl.
Dad m?et almoet nightly, to a?t*la their tr<nblea Ward
meetlagi ara also being bald, at ohleh wn pretty
etraag reenlattos* ara adopted. We git*, la sa-tber
olamn tha amaaedinga of a naaetlag la tha ttlith
?"d They ?ra M?ers upsi t?t> of tbraa of }fee old
HMBmawKm** umii > i
The Passage of the Revenue Collection Bill.
I The California Constitution before
?M.( ?C., ?C.
Tlie New* Lut flt|hl.
" Shadow*, clouds and darkurss" rest upon
I the capitol. Unto has arrived at (Jtica. H<w
j the drum a in to end cannot be foretold. The
unities of time, place and circuinBdince may
be all disregarded. The buiciddl knite may
terminate the scene. The President has
leaned upon his cabinet; and a wooden one it
is?destitute of vitality, or the leant animation
suited to the great interests at stake. The chief
difficulty hedges the chief of the nation, and the
eve of the great day when the cuuj> d'ttut will be
attempted is at hand. All this has been predicted,
and we are standing upon the very precipice of Its
jcttiiituiuii. id ii I't'obtijic liiai jiiasiciijr uituuvity"
can save us? Upon the "single chance that
sways a piece of human frailty," is this nation to
; rest its dearest hopes at such a crisis? Or, is the
, voice t?f the great unity of the nation to be once
more heard through its representative organs?
Time must echo a reply to the interrogatories?
i and, if we mistake not, the answers will correspond
to the deeply implanted sentiment
that, like a vital seed, rests in the heart
of the nation. Hound by his promises, pledged by
his oath of office, the President must call around
him men equal to the necessities of the hour. They
were tolerably strong for a less dangerous crisis;
but they are totally, wholly, unqualifiedly weak
lor th? occasion. The California question is
j laden with fruit, evil or good. All depends upon
taking it at a proper season, and in a proper way.
An error in judgment will spoil the entire harvest.
Sound, practical men are wanted tor the eventmen
who can read the signs of the times, and
gather in the crop with prudent, foresight and
; blessed success. It is true that Mr. Clay has
done much to avert the threatening evils but it
| remains to be seen if his conciliatory and prudent
counsels will be duly heeded when the passions of
men have become inflamed by the " do nothing "
I policy of the powerless cabinet. We look upon
t the proceedings of the House as indicating the
, advance of masterly confusion. It ia a fortunate
circumstance, however, that one stumbling block
has been removed, to facilitate the progress of the
i administration, so that the one great nest, in
i which all after events are to be hatched, may be
made as comfortable ?e possible for those who
persist in being its incumbents.
The Kevenue Collection Bill has passed both
houses of Congress, and will soon be a law. The
| Secretary of the Treasury will probably be able, with
i the additional sum appropriated by the new act,
get through the year. The course pursued by
Congress in this matter, only establishes another
I precedent for the repeal or nullification of any act
before it has been properly tested, ui>on the representations
or misrepresentations of any administration
with whose movements it may interfere.
The bill of March, 1&1SJ, was introduced to the
lower house of Congress by the Committee of
Ways and Means, of which six were whigs and
three were democrats, and passed without a division.
It was approved of by every whig, and was
highly commended by the leaders of that party. It
was a whig measure, and a whig administration
f Ko on(nrn?mon nf if If ikia ? j n aam>.L #.f
the legitlution of that party, it will be for the beet
inter*ate of the country that it should ever be in
the niino;ity.
The telegraphic despatch from Toronto it* charged
with important information. It may convey some j
id< u of the respect with which Karl Grey's procla- {
niation is treated. The llritish government at
heme can convict, with the aid of special juries, j
on a charge of conspiracy, or ot treason: but the
mtotlui oftiandi will scarcely work, to the satis- ,
faction of the Colonial Secretary in a distant pro- !
vlnce, seriously and largely interested as it is, to
unshackle itsell ot those tetters which have eaten
I into the very bone of society. Changes will take
i place. The colonial |.olicy of Lngland, adapted
to benefit the younger sons of the nobility, in the
| nature ot things cannot be tolerated when the
i commercial energies of the colonists are uamercifully
cramped. Whea the pocket is drained, ;
loyalty takes its departuie, in company with the
head of the Quaen, or St. Geerge and the dragon.
The sovereign once completely out of the pocket,
I >t is not difficult to relieve the mind of it ulso. So
the world goes. We shall see where the annexationists'
manifesto will end.
The California Const nation, and the
Was MinuToft Oitr, )
Winirsrxv Etrnnta, Keb 13, I860.)
Tfa* syaopsls of the Congressional proceeding' will
pines the occurrences of to-day before the public
One thlnp bss created some speculation throughout
lbs city-the peculiarly silent manner In whlob ths
rre-1 dent, by tbe sdvlce of his cabinet, baa submitted
tbe c< latitat! n of California. It might baft bsen aa
opportunity for something better tbsn 'maetsrly issctMty."
Tbs cabinet writ knew that on tbs California
soatreversy will hsng all tbe law tnd tbs profits to b?
drawn out of tbe tlavrry <iueitloa.
Tbs F< ntb will itsnd fixed at this srlsltto oae course
?tbe settlement of tbs eatlrs dispute. They dostrs
aot procrastination. sod do not sipeat any. Wbea
tbe <iue?tfc n crmr? op. ths territories will be plaesd by
the Roulli In the earn* pMtlon ss California while
uthtm members will demsnd security for lbs futaia
?non-Interference with peculiar domestic laetttatioas.
As a climax to tbe /rarss between Messrs Levin
and Wnrrea. Dr. Cbsrlee Leib, of Penaeylvaaia. has 1
been appointed special mall stent
Vmiimtm, Vab 18,1M0.
Ttopatltloa praaantad yaa tarda j by Mr. Hil?, on
wMr-h th* qoaatloa tn paadlajt at tha adjouruinrat.
m Itbont dvbata. ntd rtfarrad to tb? Comulttr#
ob T?mtortw
Mi Cm pr*aant*d m petition of srvdltora of tha
tat* II public of T*s?*. a?blr? tba I oitad Dimn
gc>T?iDtn?nt lo aatti* thrlr claim* aga'.Brt Taiaa and
r?*> Knicr.drd it to tha U?orabl? ooaaldaratlua of tba i
? <>aaniiita? < t laiaia. Nuanoui additional pallUoM
am rafarrad
I Ol III Tin* or Till Ifttll't,
Mr Dh>i>n>, fr< aa tb? Ooaiait** on Hun" rapoitrd
bark U<a ataaajuiral ?<> tha ?ful>i
riaoiatki i' aunpandlDf. for a apa*ir)?i tima. tha aat I
ioiiliBc tb* upm'M >f eod.a lBit tb* r*T*D?> from ;
ruitiDK with a tir*BurBdlkuB llut It h? (ina'tin*4 i
IB? a ith an BJdltl<Bal amraaramt. aiub ruinf tha
(wciiUry of tBa Traa?ury to ali*po>a of tb* I rd*d i
*ar?bon**? bob l?a#??j bj th* fw rinoiaai on or ba/or*
tb* fieri if Jaauary oait i ult.r W'?i f>Boii'?bl? Ur(?.
but ha B-ay latent auab p?rf? tl Mid b'<aa?a or laaaa
aacb nihar bo*a*a. at bU diaorrtl. u. aa may l>a n??aa- I
xi) lor tba ?toia?* <>l uar.aiBiad *v*d*. whieb f< r any I
oU'i rttf n at* n<jtii?*d by la? in ba atotrd by tba
gi ri'lurat- vbleb waa mimI to. Bad tba lluua* .
affton.?ut tin.* ?ru*Ld>d, *m cuai-urrad In.
Itt tl-a loiilM <>f aa ripliMUxa t( tha tlnri of tba
c hi ml Mr* .% r i kb ia r mM, <i'*t th? c.iaiaad J
lacupta lr bi eualBui* f< r lb* mouth of Jaauary ai.xta,
?tr* *' ur biIIIK b fit buodiad ai.d laaaty Bra aHara. !
Of which. M?r t*o million tbira i.uudi*d (B >uaaod j
nara tacrlrid at tba put if .>a? link TBa total
aar# tali.ad aid aatiniBtad l>?ipl< fir tba ui titB,
an . uBt*d to tb* loond run of flra million*.
taittt ?iim rtttib.
Ika S*rat# priBtadrd to tbi' ? u*id*ratmn af tha
bill pro*i'liag lor earrjirc ibio aOMit tb? la-a tr*aty
? th b rati I Aflrr rota# d?b*;c and ataaudiorat tb*
bill ?u pa?n d.
mima< i i r ihi rarau ?at iw ?r. anow to rai-iroa*i*.
Tb. Vn a I ttnilM laid b?for? tb* SrBat a maoarf*
fine, tba I'raaldaBt lt*u*Bitt'lu|r as aut&cutla copy of
tba eoB?ttli?tloa id tha Huta i f alilorBis.
blr I ?m hi dm, tad It* i*far*ur* to lb* < hbbiI!?#
b Tifrli?ti>p
blr I'iMia ?i>?f**t*d to Vr < !? y to nova that it ba
r*f<rr*d to a >al? < i ?< mnmt a
Mr. Pat 1.1At* nl'hdi** M? Kotloa. to *BBbla Mr.
Clay to aikaitit nioM r
bir (in thabkad iir I nntiaaa f >r hi* aotirtaay. bwl
bad bo d'*t?a to mat# tf - u" t'. .n wiilia ha waa
t.ad) to taa? ar.y pan In ib* du\ta? of e ? Iitirr,
Bitcb mi|b| a?tt tbr ba dad m t J*ira
to lead l? <)> n>e?ter. If the Senate thiUitht tha
c ur? snpgtoted i proper on* be wanld prefer the*. tba
motion (o I bat rfNi be made by aoasa mhur Senator K
Mr Fotii Doird that tba inhjret tbe t?W?
t> r tb*- present, which motion we* n* gatlted -ayes 19, J
u*3 r 20
V r. l<?*Tei>. atter a faw remarks relative to the pro- a
priety ot the nation morrd thai the unmeet ba refer- *
red to a select oommittee of vbioh Mr. Clay should ba a
cbail man
1 ba Vice PaKiiurnr said the motion eonld only ha fl
entertain* d by anauimoas consent, as the rule provi- e
fl? (1 that select committees "ball ba elected.
Mr. Ki'on objected. stating that b? bad prepared. p
and designed setimiUing ad soon aa opportunity of- i
( rrd, a resolution pr'?ltlinn for tba reference of the li
whole subject to a Select < ommittee of Ufteen?to ba r
cboaen by ballot?to ba retard wl'h a view to tba ooo- 11
sidrratioa of all tha ma'tare incidental to the admit- t
sion of California
After lone additioaal conversation the President's 1<
DfMa|e and the accompanying eonatitution were ord?-rad
to he printed, and the further cooatderation ot t
tba subject wai postponed until to-morrow. t
Tha Vlre President also laid before tba Senate, a r
message from the President. stating that tba Informs li
tlon railed for by tba resolution ol the Senate relative s
to correspondence bad wltb Guatemala, Central America,
and the Mosquito government, would be ebaer- t
fully commnniaatad aa soon as it was found to ba oom- t
patible with the public int. rest.
Mr Dot glass hoped tha massage would be raferrad
to the Committee on Foreign Relations and that the
committee would inquire whether the newspaper reports
were trna, that six months ego treaties were
1 made giving to the United States Important ad van|
tapes, among which was the exclusive right ta make a
i canal across tha Isthmus of Niearagualgiiarantylog
to the United States ita exelnsive use forever? whether a
such treaties have been suppressed, and whether tha j,
important advantage* once secured to us, are to ba
given ?p to another country without compensation. "
On motion of Mr Kootk, the message was laid on tha o
table for tba present.
Ma. (-LAV'S coveaoMnr.
Tba 8enate then resumed the consideration of Mr. "
Clay'a resolutions. t<
Mr Divia of Mlaaiufnd tiarlns fh? flnAP nM.
ceeded to addreea the Senate at length upon the .
| queation of slavery, and In reply to Mr. Clay, 1
stated that ha bad barn bitterly dlfappointad in tl
i view of tba course adopted by that Senator. Ha
bad hoped front him some plaa of settlement, aemethlng
upon which the patriotic, on all sidea,
could agree Instead of that, ha bad prwent- t
ed a schema essentially conceding to the North
all that waa claimed by the South. Mr. Davis took
tba extreme Southern ground, inaiitlng that slavery ?
la ao recoKniaed la the oonatitution. as to make it ao b
institution of the United States, and not simply of ,,
the State In whieh it exists. He proceeded at some
length with an argument upon tbe quratleo. whether *.
slavery now exlats in California and New Mexico by _
law, taking tbe affirmative of the propoeltion. a?raming
tbe ground that all tke laws of Mexico abolishing .
slavery are null and void, having been passed by authorities
not possessed of competent jurisdiction He
also defended tbe institution ot slavery itself?all histo- _
ry, ancient and modern, ahowed tbe Ktbiopean. wherav- 0
er found, in the condition of bondsmen Slavery had v
bean the only aause of permanent blessing to tbe African
race, and emancipation was fraught with injary ..
to them. It waa a ialae humanity wbiell sought ta | t]
raise tbem above their condition?it wa> an Institution >,
cf tha Almighty, recognised and sanctioned by tba fii- i
bie. from (ieneeis to Revelations. * ?
Before concluding bia remarks, Mr. Davi* gave way ,
to a motion to go Into executiva aesaion, which was
agreed to
After the Executive session, the doors wera reopened,
when Mr. Footc laid on tbe table bis propo?i- ((
tion for a select committee of fifteen, to whom all tha
questions connected with tbe Institution of alavary
(ball be referred. Adjourned.
I a:
Ilouae or Rcpicaantatlves. al
Wash inotofc, February, 18,1860. 11
Mr. OamxELL, from tba Committaa on Commarcc, 8<
reported a bill providing for reoordlng tbe conveyance tl
of vesrels, which waa passed. kl
Mr. Lake, from tba same committee, reported a bill
for regulating tba value of certain foreign coins, whioh ?'
waa referred to tba Committee of tbe Whole on tha ?
State of the Union. j It
a diu ior lunncr eziesoiog lie iimt ror locating me
Virginia military laud fittuU, ?u puw<l. "
MIM4CU 1'HOM THE rttllDIKT. ?i
A message vii received from the President, In reply *
to a resolution, My lag tbat he will communicate information
aa to tbe doiag* of the British In Centml pr
America, whenever It may not fee found prejudicial to aC
the public Interest. j
cowrriTt'Tiow or csuroanu. i
A message was also received from the President, '
transmitting an authentle copy of the constitution of
the State of California, received by him from Geo. m
Hiley. tl<
Mr. Bovd moved that It be referred to the Committee
on Territories and printed. P1
A demand lor the previous question not sustained
Mr. Wkkitwomth moved that It be teferred to the ,
Committee on the Judiciary, and asked lor the previous 101
question. I ?
Mr BrtnTOfi, of Tennessee-Is debate in order ' c*
The Set**ia ? Net pending a previous question. 1*1
Mr. M(U? hoped that Mr. Wentwortb would withdraw
bis motion, and let there be diasacston en tbe
reference .
Mr. V intvii geve notice that he wjuid move to refer ?
the snhjeat Is the Committee of Iks Whole sa tbe
state of the Union. ,c
Mr. WmsoiTH withdrew his motion, so that tha
previous question shall apply to Mr Vinton's motion. '
Mr. Jofi*son. of Arkansas, objected to any obaage "
ot the motion by Mr. Wentwortb i ?
Mr. Thommoiv, of Mississippi asked whether a gentleman
< i'Uid make two molten* at ence'
Mr H'umiiH replied tbat he bed withdrawn his *
own motion After a tew words on a point of order, ?*
ut>der the operation of the previous question tbeeoasti- "
tution and accompanying documents were referred to
the ? onmittee of tbe Whole on the iUt? of the I nlen. al
Mr. Htantoh said tha previous question did not Tl
k pi'1 J to printing
Tbe hrtAita i< marked It applied to prlatlng as well *b
ss reference.
Mr 6i**to* meved to reroneider the vote which tu
ordered printing, and proceeded to speak of slavery. 1 >'
Mr. ft.t.*tok Kim. rose to a point ol order, aad was
for confining the gentleman to the motion
Tbe 8ri.*kk* said tbat tbe question waj now open on *'
its merits
Mr 8t*nton?The question In tbe last i'oagress waa
gl(.< mj, but the spirit was greatly cbaogt*. and ha
deplored tbe necessity which compelled btai to say not
for tbebetler. At tbe last teeeino the sjaiptomn of M
tbe dicesse were alarming, yet at this Mage of affairs it to
might have yielded tu remediea judiciously ad picd
and firmly administered. He feared that the aueaae
was chronic and inveterate, extending to every part
of tbe body pilltioi nod subtle p<tson was diifuted la
throughout tbe system. We have obeerved that nearly
ODe-lourth or tbe seeeion had been consumed la tbe fa
effort to organire tbe House, and In every at'empt of
electl< n, from tbe Speaker to the doorkeeper, tbe
question ot slavery lime in as a fbtal element If the
propel means bad been resorted to at the iast seseioa, dr
it could have been settled in an hoar and the I mou
secured for an Indefinite period, bet by tbe course of
events and by the aaOua of the President tbe matter is
has been ccmplianted. It now not only involve* a consideration
ot tbe aoaatMnttenal question and sectional T?
justice, but baa dsawn within tbe ?oite* the veigaty
quMtlon ft conattt at tonal law, territorial i?p?nJroui??, 0(
and high political Tb' aJtainittraUua
waa iMi?m to Uu|i lu front; it* onl> aaltatloa ???
t* cbang* Um and f*rm of ii.c ,!?? i? g,
MMMi M4m|m Ikw tb? ?)M ol th? pfupii
riuiw Kimi k|*la tet< to k qti'itum of . r?l?-r that t<
Ik* gti.ti*?*n ?hculd not Hkqm clrcum*'?nr.? und?r
wblrb th* administration ** >* Into pow*r I m
IbtSrukU thought that tb*g*atl?Mao *H noto?t
of < >(J? r ^
Mr Ihmih mum4- Th* polioy of Mr. Burhaaan
wa* Ilk* a pillar of light, to g uld* ?Ut*.<iu''B in thru*
dark m.>i p./u< u* timr*. la It. w* ?*? th* tru* i*la- H
Um 'lining I*tw**a tfc* gov-ruBi'nl nod < alifuraia. ti
W* ** to att*mpl to alter th* r'lati< at *4 tb*y *i
l*t*d uM*r th* lav* and tb* ron*iltutl<in lb' policy *
of Mr bncl.ai.nan. wa* to maiib up and to >ttu* tb* '
gontli B eoa*ltt*atly vlth tb* e<n*t.liutlon and tb* 11
right* of tb* p*i pi*. Ha aoogbt not to iiuM th* tru*
l*>u*. 1 b* rif**o*at aad bia inpport*rt ?r* atiaolaud
by Jupltrltj and traud. iaatrurlli.na tnutt hat* *'
b??n guao to Mt. King to adrocat* acoaailtuttoa la
California without alav*ry "
Mr l?i ** 4**ir*4 ta b* lafi>rm*d how th* |*nUrau
ka*? thi*
fr.t lit*Tii<?aMUiatMr K lag wa? a*at oat t* f all- *"
fnrala with tb* ?< *? of tb# Pr?*td*nl a* to tb* t*imi "
oa which lb* *bot.M ha adaiitUd liuo th* L'aloa l b* *"
taaduor of tb* Pr**i4*nt wa* a arte* acaia-t tb* high- 11
*at li.t*i**ta i.f oD* balf at tb* ooM*d*raey. *u4
J'opaid'4 tb* of tb* I nlon it**if It *aa
i.ot a bluad*r. I? r a blinnfrar l* *irti?abl* I a*r* ?aa a *'
raaclutioa in ? abfornla. aad th* i'r**>4>nt pi*. *4
at tb* b*a4 of H tb* H llaiot pr*ti?o, aU it *
wa* *aart*4 tb*r* by tb* l?r?*i.l*at. I h* p*opl* *
if tli* Soath ai* rtrtaaJly *icla?*4 Iroaa in* "*
Urnirtl** which th*y h*lp*d to purabaa* with
tl tlr bloo4 Ha had a high r*?p*ot fur tb* latallirme*
and itturiilM of th* p*opi? of i aiifornla bat
tno*? p'opl* woald *oar**ly *xp*et an to tl< lat* a In a- *"
Jaimotai pnnoiptoto ?a>l? th*m to *oa?* Into iba "
I tiK>a. U lit:* tbia woald b* fatal to th* boath. It
araid b* fatal to Uvu. it would r* tain to rally on
lb* coaitltutloa. ?k'B tb* aplrit of faua'leiaui tram r
l>l?t a tb* right* ef Ui* boatb lb* Wilaat pro*l?o *'
I* * ad H* Iwlitttd that It WM tb* policy of .V.rlh'M
ni*a ait to (aia.lt fh* |toi?? to b* pa**i4 I'bry
uuai.lo thi* ta crd*r to aaataia tb* poitcy of tb* t'rt*>d*nt
l alitrraia a?*?* cau b* a<ia?itwd Int.. th*
I wioii without a ooaprcaua* I'ha rtapoaaibiiity A
alii I mi oa tbra* who b?r? glt*n btrih t* tr.a
(iTFtttn* nio??a>?nt. *1 Will miHMiit to fniaod
i ailti inia hack lato a i*rrMorial *oodnl >a If it enqid
l? dm* vim all n lHht b* aaf* i hat tbta w*? for th*
futiii* in *>lt? if auy Ma 4**ir?* l* r*aton tb* p,
I moa to >U??ihtb*l >tat*. It **n i ?ly a* dov* b> rw- tr
Minna tb* aiMlititii* to ItAprlntia* purity, and
r?a li g. aow awil fo?*t?r fn at ll? warcfar* aia<)? on ,|,
tin- ?t tnp?T?hi* Iturnu ai.d nKhca ut tb? 4 ath ,4
1 b< dlft.?p|iy not to 4lf*rl<? iii* t num. but to
prixti* it l'hi? f?III r*?|i4r* all tfc* ?iadnm. iu*ii*ra- (
tua. ar4 prni!>p?* yoari.wy* ** #. haatianana. dt
V ?l?t*r*. aad otbad^#f**t r*?m tb? 4n?a*?r4 ?<
t?adi wry ot *irnt* If t*ii' **o l?* dra*1 h? would Uall th* ti
*tmt with f*rt*nt joy. If California b* l tt?i<n m*
g. nib in tfit* ?t tfc? Ir r-Di fwor.?aad lh? uaai :,*tt- jjt
In I< r i. ai ? k) ?lil?h i Kv 'H a< I rn i it *od*t'rmat fn
??ch art atpromia* a* may at >l*< b* * a.d b* riadt tt n
n ad* a itruggi* oa thi- gifvik' I'* *ould b* prtpar- r,
td to abai.a< a a I nil a whi> h I o?*r ?ri'j.*o in* ,,
Hi uth to prittlti tb>lr right* an* 'Bt*r* t*
(ian.ti<not dir. \ iniot, tb* aia ' "B t<> r*?> u*id*r tt
wa* laid oa tr.* tabi*
INt Ifl" (. 41'
Tb* KioB** *gr?? d to tb* ?ni*Baai. at ot "**9?nat*t<i
tb* r*?<4yli*n limiMrg tb* *ip*a*? of cv **"'"* l i? *
t??>Ba* I b* aa>?a<ini'at a*ib->ria?? ?h*-ii-A''Bry wf foi
th* 1 r??*Bry ?o itirg'^a of t>?ad?4 aarrbuuwra, '? j ba
lata. (t t*?.it ?Bsb a* uij b? a??***aiy. i
- ?^ - ??
ci i:m or tim ii rmcxi coot.
Thf Brnata raaotution. to allow a <^?eUl clerk to the
uprrnie Court waa Ukri up.
Mr. BiiLt raid that 'he eVrk *u iMWiitj,M tki
udget war* old mm and had much writing.
V r Cutui n-markrd that the reeolutlou waa to giro
clerk to think for tha Jadge* Tba aon?tttuUoa
ugkt to be r*f< rmrd. and nil Jadgee eat off, whoa old
gv or bod befcite rrndu than want for daty
Mr THuMrMm. of Pern . w*a norry to httr aaeh a reaction
on tha Court, which waa nn honor to tha
Mr. i ui(i.4iiii*ald,bj tha adoptloa of a rulo In Court,
roiittiog >a?yrr?to apoak only twu hoara. baainaan
>ad acruu/ula'rd He waa aorry that Mr. < 'artar had
di puled t? tha Judge* a laek of bralne Ha naid. tha
eeolutlon declared that the clerk waa to ba an auxllary
to tba Judgea. It waa a thinking mac hi a* for
ha benrh.
Tha remark*, delivered la a loud tone, oeoaaioned
Mr. ( j.riiLiiiD raid the gentleman waa determined
o keep la tha wrong Mambora oould dlaagree among
h. uiaaWea. but not tha court.
Mr. Kowi eb? The laughter waa not produead by diaerpect
to the court, but by (ha tamparata and ohaate
kt>n uaga and manner in whlah Mr. Carter arowad Ma
entimenta. (Laughter )
Mr. Cl?tki amd would leara Meaara Fowlar and Carer
to nettle tha matter between themaalvea. Ha
hcught the demand tor a clerk reasonable.
Atuitr, February IS, ISM.
the iutiit asaoLVTioaa.
Tha Committee of tba Whole, Mr. Flak in the ohalr,
gala took up the alavery reaolntlona; the qneetloa be>g
on the adoption of the reaolntlona offered by Mr.
Laymond, aa a aobatlaute for the resolution* heretofore
OWed by Mr. Watari, and they were adopted.
Mr. WATcaa then mored aa a rubatitnte for the rerlutlona
offered by Mr. Raymond, the reeolutionahereofore
offered by Mr. Dox
Mr. Fuao supported the reaelutlona of Mr. Dox, and
aid be ahould vote tbem, even if they did praise
be patriotism of Gen. Taylor.
Meiara. Dati? nod Stoat were in favor of Mr. Dox'g
Mr. Bluiuiuhi opposed the adaption of the *ub*tlutton
of Mr. Doi'i resolution*
Mr. Komd explained. and i-ald be iu la bfor of the
solutions of Mr. Dox, m between them and thoee of
Ir. Raymond, bat wea opposed to the paasage of both;
ut of the two evil* would chooae tha least. Ha would
ika a* little polaon aa poealble.
Mr. Hiimumi opposed tha adoption of the lubatltata
>r the resolutions adopted by the committee. Ha
t?beu the gentleman from brie (Mr Kord) had baen
little more explicit, and bad potuted out where, and
l what part of the resolutions, tbe poiaou exlated.
Tha motion of Mr. Waters waa lost.
Mr. Pav?n moved that tbe resolution* of Mr. R*tlond
be tubsiituted for those offered bj the majority
r the select committee, through their chairman, Mr.
Mr. Ford offered aa a substitute for tha ra?olutUaa
r Mr Haj tiiond. the resolution* reported bT him from
lie aelect committee, with tha exception of a law feral
Mr. 1 mi'* n ? motion waa then put and carried 67 to
i. Tlie Committee then roeeand reported tha reeolulOa
to the Home.
Albakt. February M, I860.
rae?KNTATiori or fktitioa*.
Petition* were presented by .\lr UiAm, of 121 per>na,
praying to be heard before theLegialatare, on the
jbject of the queition whether tha inatltatloa ot
avrry 1* compatible with tbe conatitutioa.
Mr. Colt, of citizens ot Western New York, for aoch
u amendment to the General Kail road Law, aa will
How railroads to be built wherever there la capital
-ady and willing to build them
Mr Croaa, of Ucephen U Jackson and other*, for a
.w to confirm the title to certain property In the
r*entb ward of the city of Brooklyn, and for a partion
Mr Colt, for a railroad from Buffalo to New York
?U Eric Railroad.
Mr. Beow*. of citizen* of Suffolk county, for a repeal
the free tchocl law.
Mr Bi.lkman. tbe ESmorial of Peter WlUon, Chief
id Sachem of the Cayuga Indiana for a law to authore
said Indian* to purohaae lauds, ao aa that tha
ij ugaa returning from the country weet of tbe Miaale
ppi. euaii out a uome ill niv i or? again.
Mr Bilkkman. of tbe Cayuga Indiana, for a law proding
tor *o remodelling tbe dam* on lha Cattaragu*
lr*r. aa that their old ashing place* may be restored
i U?m.
Mr William*, of th* Watervliet Society of Sbakan,
ot**tmg agalsat the resolution of Inquiry bervtotor*
lopted by tb* Senate. In relatiou to thru
Mr. CsaaoLLgnr* notio* of a li*o law for th* county of
kill*, arte., utitorcm.
Mr ScMoOMtABtk Introduced a Mil to prorld* for tha
alntenanc* 01 all canal bridge* by tb? local authoripa,
and But by tbe State.
Mr. CAkauLi gave notio* of a bill to mak* an approialien
tor the Troy HoapitaL
1 HI IHAltU.
Mr. William* offered a resolution for tba appointpBt
of a select cummlltM of thraa. to vl*it tb* society
Shaker* and ascertain whether their property exed*
tbe Ineoinv of $6,000, tuob being the ilmlt ef tba
tal allowanee, and rescinding tbe r??oiu lions bare tola
mil* ABn hahhohs
Ob Motion of Mr Mobuab, tbe Uovernor wat reque*tI
to eend to tbe Senator* and Iteprereutatlve* In < oaeee,
tbe rirer aad haikor reevtwiloua, which were
nia tuna slnoe adopted by the L*gi*latnr*.
si r RIM It COl BT.
Tb* bill rrorldlng for holding the general term of
> Suptem* Court at places different from thoee spoiled
by tba Jndgea, was passed through committee.
mw ions akh tan aailkuau.
Tb* act flung the location of tbe New York and
ri* Uailroad through certain point* in tb* eountlea
Ailegbany, Cattaraugus and i hautau<iue, was cond?red
in o?B> n IU ee
Mr Uimick contended tbat this road ought to be
lowed to go wbeie tbe interest of tbe future required
ke be t lire tb* ta.<iest grade, the shorted sod
icapest - tbeee are tbe principles on which th* line
ould be regulated
Mr. Owsa r< nteniled tbat tba people o th ** conn's
bad mad* large invertut-nU In mil faith that tbe
I lite fb> uld be ad' pted. ami the utmest Injustice
Mild be wrought if this bill should not paaa
1 he bill passed ihrougn cuiuii..e< ihi Qoal role
u not taken Adj.>uruad.
Ai ram, KebruarylS. 1M0.
rKTiTions rmstsii D ami mrimtii.
Mr. Hali sad Mr. bseaiTv, to oouipel the .Yaw York
id 1 >1* Kail read Company to build their road on tba
ute ot HU.
Mr. MclKioeii, for tbe repeal of nil law* Imposing tb*
malty ot death.
Mr Litti a. against tb* collection of doable dockage
Mr. Laavkfiwobth. against tb* reduction of toll* on
reign salt.
Mr Bibmiam. against tbe repeal of school laws.
Mr L. VV'isu t-?iiiM, for a caoai from Niagara
ilia to LewirioB niao, against tha sale of iatosioaiing
xman arc.
Mr. Whit*, n bill to amend ibe abarter of th* Consy
land bridge < o.
Mr 1(a? moko, n bill to Incorporate tba Albany 8ai
fe in-liloli
Mr. Hakss a hill to change tba t oinailskloners' Map
tba city <f Irookiya.
Mr t ?<?, a bill to lacorporate tbe \dlr< aJaok Cn. I
Mr 1.ia>i>k*o?in a bill to Improve the quality of
kit niaaafactare-d in Onondaga Co
Mr b< sun tut n bill ameadtog the law In relation
> die roe?, also, a wtlltea repart on the subset.
bir Uinmnt V uio ion to pnal ten tin ,s th* asunl
uaiber. was referred to IrtBtin* inniitee
Air fsAii.a bill f.? tb* relief of perron* balding
Ad* under Ban' rial titles
( oiiui so mil.
Mr Dmienv from tb* cnaolUss oa th* contested
at <1 Mr. k alien on submitted lb* lelluviag resMu<
n i?
KisdIhI. That i?sk *1 Fullrrtsa i* eel entitled to nut
lis In, sa* list Kssi'l I' Dulii? is ejilllledlea
at ,a this Asriaiklj. rrrai tbe Third Asseu.My Distnctef 1
e esai j ?f < >isi
Mr A h Dins we* In favor < C la mediate acti?a en
lie ref? lull' n. He said Bo new fart* whto* were not
bov b at tie rr?n>nn aent of tbe *e*sioa. had been
rrdnoed. Tt e best Claim I hat Mr Bllertoa bad p.-?>nted
Was tbe certificate, wblab neret aboald hare
n a rer? leed.
Mr I)mis<i was amtoue tbat tba queetlrra should
ft be takra till tbe report ai d teetlmany were prlated.
ib< qaestloa aa- aow takea. a>ak*rn w uA4 aaee to
ill bark oa party grounds, aad tbe rota be takea oa
><Se sr-ut.de
Mr r*i in agreed witb Mr IMel*. tbat the resoinros
< Send by tb* committee were perfectly plain aad
i pi veil and most <asiiy und*r?'&"i. and U tiie geatlasa
was de*lr< us that the <|aes'ioa eb?ald ao? ha
ikea. aiUienl tbe re |. or i being preseated he was fared)
*illin< l,' gralifj bun aad it I e ,! -irm It, ? >u,d
ore tbe pierlous question, aad tna whole *utu?*t
igbt be settled at our*
Mr. Liaiis aithurew bis motlen for laimediate action.
A ni< Uoa >f >lr. ?*! to prlat bee time* the usual
iBNril tie report and tes'imi ay, aad to lay tb* r*- ,
lain ls ra <b* tali*, aas adopted
srsir isos
1 be r*pcrt of lb* stale i glneer. atalnlog a eoiete
list ol all lands belt kging to toe Slate, was relied
mr woorweatM riTWT.
Keiotuikas w?t* received fi'-m th- flrant* In relatlna
be o>.-daorih patent. Adorned.
ai nrn.niiun mismh*.
IH-lltiTIO ( -< t^ll ?*D Hl 'IH ICHHIl ,
Tt>? llnuw i ?M ?n prwloa to e.n?t4er tb?
itirj rrxiiotl i#
Mr ti k?m h? >f(l? Itoh ar? la d'fonef of hi*
Iflcb. Hid It kkkiI i?( to lb* rtn>lutlnim mibmUrt
b/ Vl Imv. Durtrgtbo eour?? <.f bin ?p>>*ch h?
?? th- H?li.rjr rf lb* ilrBiirr ?t r?urn? no thU
bjrft BC d*f?Bdod Mawlf d ?b . dl?i
t rimtb* d?l?ift.lMtloa oi tbo tMiw, l?b*lr
m li>u> b? w*n? b< i up t' lb* (.lilt < f th? liino* &jt
??BMSirfU < f tl>? |iri I >, k, d bO (. *rr c'.lid In rf
Mm tr do I?m th?n u d?cl?i? !.! npinloo th?t
rgMM W4 k**' to r*ei?ni? ?! * ? fr< u. tbe itt.-lt\+*
*i.d tb?t It .houH imli* toot fowrt
all'f )>* bst rli>r>0 hl? ! BiitW which wet* ft*'
itBiir l*ii??r?|.t<d by i4n ?ti o? f< ui lb ?o ?bo difr?d
fi?l* ?!? . .Mr of . ' JIiob. proivid
If /I" bl.uryrf thf.?n<vj? ?l?o. H? M?d
yf I vrirvqhi el t??irf 1b duciit tutodfcr it*
M<C>lL'Ji>t f.
V r ftiitctttv d?i Vd (fat fc? bud Jrtu m^ro th?4 ,
ipf? Hot t)? . > rb!tt?' ml* lit rrf ft . h?t?i
*r fion. if I Il.'t n who ??? rl'tlac t#o d?ak*
' ft!) n r it if ,sr I gl,( ?i,4 f?, D| hlf?
d : ? * > "-it \<r B.. ?b' l? llttlo (
of ma i ! hr*r I .u. " i,' yru yon did out Toto |
r ii ii i d j u l> >ir iiuiri'iigtw not i
ilif I ?.; I thta i?n ? k. ??? ?f"?!??dlng with b'.t BJ??;'
?, ?t?? e. or) u MfcV" ** J
you pay you did sot vote for thoaa tMtliUoai la tu
eu* yoa Me ! " Mr. Burroughs immediately aaepended
kli remark*. kMltttod for aa iDntut, u4 aalctag tha
tiimhlrr oa bl* d?ik threw It with all hi* forne at Mr.
Moiy'i hi44. Fortunately. it oaly touched hi* ahcula?r
glancing off and ktrtklng the Clark'* deak, missing
the reporters la Ita dli#et racge.
Mr. Rioav at on r a jumped ap and ruahad at Mr.
Bart ought hat Mr Goff. of twi, a strong Beted lro?.
worker, caught bin by tba coat oolLar aad bald hta,
a* til was rurblcg at Mr. Burroughs. Both gentUinea
Immediately apologised, aad the Houae Improperly excured
than both.
Mr 8roar spoke deliberately and deferred tba *airrut
eofureof the Houee; nor waa Mr Burroagh*
ft*e from blame. A tumbler it a dangerous weapon,
but tba provocation waa great. Luckily, no one waa
Tha Houae aoon after adjourned
Pra|Ttaa of Annexation In Canada.
Toaonro. (C. W ) Fab 13,1860.
Tha mantfeeto ef tha Annexation Aaaoclation of thl*
oity. to tha paopla of Canada, haa appeared in tba
ItUrptmUnt. The document la of eonaldarable length,
aad wiitten with ability. It etataa tha oaN of Canada,
and. arguing on faeta, praaentatha aoneluaton that tha
only remedy whioh oan relieve Canada from the commercial
and politleal disadvantage* Impoecd up m her
by tha natur* of the elroumataaaa* of her praaent
poeition la to be foand la a friendly separation of tha
province Iron Eaglaad. aad Ita annexation to tha
United 8tatei. N# reference ia mad* to Earl Orey'a
Tha government organ threataa* executive Interference
with the annexationist*; while the Hoa Mr.
Boultoa, lata Chlal Jaatioa of Newfoundland, pro*
neuncea the proc**dlog* of the association *trictl
cone tit utional
Ncvra from the Cape of Uood Hope*
Boctok, Keb. 18-12 M.
We have, by the arrival, last evening, of the btrk Ar
thur Pickering, from the Capa of Good Hope, advice* to
the 34th of Dec. The eont*?t between the people and
government etlll continued; but the latter had thus
far triumphed, In conaequenoe of trairor*, who bad lur
iwuiu |v?rniD>bi who supplies. l-ousiueraoie ii' iwnnt
prevail* at Cape Town; half of tbe shops are shut,
budD?(? suspended. and many of the merchant* are contracting
their operation* with a ?lew of leaving if tbe
convict* are landed. In the meantime, Mitehd aa<l toe
convict* are (till eooped up in the Neptune at St. Simon*
Bay. Letter writer* predict that If government attempt*
to land the convlot*, there will be a great outbreak.
_ _
Intelligence from Cape Haytieu,
Boston, Keb. 13, 1350.
The brig Adelphi. from Cape Haytien, Jan. iWth. ha*
arrived. She bring* nothing new. The foreii(n i<i?rchant*
wbo bad refuted to trade uader the new monopoly
law had determined to *ubmlt, believing thai it
mutt soon be unconditionally repealed. Coffee wa*
net plenty.
Ai rival of Hung; art an Patriot*.
Boston, Feb. 13 ?A. M.
Tbe bark Harriet T. Bartlett. which arrived thi*
morning frcm Smyrna, ha* on board a* paaeenger*<
Capt. Gieonna Tnerecello and Professor Metro llaral>
two Hungarian* who fought under General Bern They
are about thirty yeers old and make a One appearance.
They were helped on to Smyrna by tba Turkish government.
and Capt. Baker gave them a free passage to
Bo*toa They bave letter* to their friend* in New
York, where they intend proeeedlng.
Further from the Crevaiie, Ac.
Baltimore, Feb. 13,1850.
Advice* from New Orlean* state that all effort* to
top the creva*** below Algiera have proved unavailing.
Several planter* bav* been rained.
The Red River la falling.
The whig and democratic cancueu* of the Georgia
Legi*lature have nominated ticket* for delegate* to the
Naahvill* Convention.
Texaa baa eent ex Governor Wood aa apeolal agent
to Washington, in relation toh*r territorial righta.
All the back 8outh*rn mall* have ooma to band, hat
contain no new* worth telegraphing.
The Credent City.
Chablbston, Feb. 13, IBM.
A strong northeast wind blowing to-day, baa detained
tbe Creacent City until to morrow, when she will sail
for New York at 7 o'clock.
AnrlwaU of tbe loaUerner,
Chable*ton, Feb. 13,18M.
The ateamahlp Southerner, Captain Barry, from your
elty, arrived here early thi* morning.
ale* of Stock* at Boaion.
Boston, heb. IS, 1860.
Annexed were tbe salee to-day at tbe Brokers' Board
2 sbaree Boeton and Maine Hailroad, 108; V do Man.h
I ....... k? 11 V ?th... < 1" I
do . 64H ; 10 do. Old Colony, OT, 300 do taat tioatoo,
blO. 14%; 1 do I bentr?. bk. 8 do. Wastarn. 10i, S do. '
MfnUatl' Hank. 107; t'i.600 Varmont C entral Bouda,
87X- >0 abarf* Varmont and MuittbaMtti US'*; 1 I
d>> Mtebbnrg. loTX , 3 do. Ofdoaiburg. 14^; 14 do. !
Vtir. ' DI ( riitr?l, 44% , 1 do. rortlaad Saoo and Porta*
ncutb. I>S, 40 do. Nuriolk Co., JK'u 1 do. lUU Bank,
ei)?; 0 di* Vermont Catilral dirtdaDda, No 1, 'I 78, 0
do. No. S, 2.8.
BtLiiMoai, K*b. 18 I860
Tht mark at* for produea are unchanged with ft modorata
baaineaa doing, ft', steady prior*. Howard atreal
flour la bald ftt M 7t.
Ihl|i|ili>|| latalll|ane?.
BaLTivoar. Fab IS.
Arrived--Brlfc rajeltaTilla, from Porio t.abalio tha itd.
N aw OftLaana, Fab I.
Arrmi?Mir Gondola, from Malaga-loat orarboard darinn
ihi r??a??' Adulr'il*' SchaaJ-r. ?rat olbiar, from New j
\ik. ahir Uitili'tian. a?d bark Sharwood, Iroa Buatea;
ackr Ala* kxcl, IrvB I'l.iiadelpl.i*.
Bath Fab 11.
ArtiTtd--Bri* Oaariciana, Savannah; aahr NUna. Batumi
ia hid tbip 8a?u?>, Uatftaa.
Fan. Ri vaa. Fab 11.
Airlrad?blivplaftftc B Bwdea, N Yerk.
Boato*, Fab II.
< wired--Bark NiittllU, from Calr-atta, Uet 4th. Saw
7tk int. let V> M, loa 70 10, l>ark llabroa, Bnatoa lur U arena.
11-b, (II South Biioal. taw a alup ataadiaf 8, with whita bead
aai t*u itnuw etriiee, wbita ?traakarouad bar.
Jietk Mlboaa, from buaaoa Airea.
baik Arthur Hickariua. frotu Cap* Tawa. COO. Daa Zttb.
L' it ?b ?htp lifarj, at ba? HarUr, pat la lar aappiiee, to
aaii ik a fa* daye. I
I ark Uririat i Barlrtt, from Sm?raa. D?o lat. paaaad Gib- I
ral ar Jan lit fa? off tape de Sate, bark BerU, Bayraft let
baik Janice Story, ft"a Belt lar-ra.
bi I at It hi. froa. a| a Ua? tlaa -7ih alt. Left brig Laand.
r lor 1> >m, and a arhr li t N Vt.rk.
Li >? am it>?. (I r I it> m K, aholle, Dra ?M A Duav ?r. 8t
Marja. Ga, NaiiMim, * ilametoa, hC\ tlflra. aa I S.trl
i.1 liaa> N ). rt . M.-hra I ataluaa. II iiMv ia. XSi aii Ber>
H Cae?; A I. Byda. ai.l traaklia. I'hilal.
Ulti-Mif kiel". li m Stm Otleftae, bark Marmioa,
CVan-i- Bhipe Badara. Bataaaaa. Baallaa. KOrlaaaa;
laik Ci. a. f-enFraaeia. > ri? dylaiaaa. Hi-raaaVuao; aviire
"/ ii a<. Hatiftan . A n f, Cape ila>tl?n, Kaial-o*, Hi. imuaJ.
?i?tr) I ayaaa, Bftl iiuoia, lieaerd aad C" i pltaae*. ftVorb.
Nta Hn roan. Tab II
Arntid- Bark Arab, ladiaa iwu. ap tut wh. II <0
b?i I'baak. bi>i o. I ?l at It waa ) Inland* Oili Sept.
bmk k ar?. lt? ap a-o baabaaft.
ll'iLMva'a Botr, Fab II.
Arrtrad !>h p B dar*. Ajala. > Icoia far B?at?a. brvi *?aa?r.
M -I 1 n t.lar 4? arhra Sarai kipiay. I??.| ?tai.
aad \ icajard. Taaaiar far d?. B<i>ard. NTork. for Herilaad,
hart iiixnakiKri l?? dt.. far a, ttalila. >ra f?r furva
K'th.bark Taata. Maaaii a JPth Not. Gibraltar Slat Daa, f.r '
I ii ?a |-W *tl. ib<i. lai ! I ' a 71 li. (Mp Tn ana.
t .'trial I r I' t ? aa. ? d ? ?a aupi l.d a ith proriaiaaai
H Ik, lat K t*1, loft M. latk Coot* kalll, Fraftifdft fir llaBaak
>a|la, D.iladalf hia far Bnatoa; tri*? M at B B (ara, '
d<> lor M s :11a, * lln.ia(t r. Nt'. f r la.
Brb f\alraai. Jari|a>ia? ,17th alt fut H .?to? l.aft bark
I aadot. Ml"Tk, tOaajt. br*i Mtartao. fr-a Bo.taa. iwtar. i
P? ka .tin, t r-okad ad. III rt J ? J.hatt- . Am
laj n f?r l^ 1 orb.
^rl t aa-? r.u*?, M "rk f?r H i . Mar a Th r-1 v Taali<
r In di. V oiaa. *, Nawiaatla, Dal f<T rl>nan*h
faaai d ly a?ba Ta'oanirh, aad kiprraa. ttootoafar Taufi?r.
Arl3th, aaba I' fMlllpa Alaiaadrta for aioia; ftaaari
lirMtaai' vi|oHar da far di . -ii. n bi'W ,| . I r il a
K?a b oaat V ra? a, da l >r d" H fa J>'Bkit>?, A il* n i ?f
< . t< I d<>. Ji ha itaaawak, i^aortalowa. AC, fur da. aanl'ila,
t iifin a lar biataalit.
II piitf, ?h!p K>d?ta, bark Iti br-r* Joaaph Albi-a Baallaa.
M< ati la ? * I'1 rt, A I. ala, aohra Marr kdaard,
lla'aa. Joba bamatk. Paota?ai Vaiaat. i aa.iridaa May,
Ma?aalia> laiarmr, tdaard Aarratt, Maa a Uaaar. Mjaat
>?ia< a, D I 1 11.pa aad H M Jaatiat.
_ . . faorioaaaa, Fab IS.
Air alaaa Badlaa'. KVirk
Pallad?Mr'* Ihraaca BOrl>a*t.
Ui irkrina iilait aa tf.aaaat aad af Naackaa, la tba
Tt r . af I ?ba?, Iti ti i I, ladolphia for lk?'?a, viUi aval, btif
d aad fall al watar. ?ka raa aa ia a tluak f ?.
Vn? Lara raoat (lii?aa^-V? birt a J
rl< ?? from i 'iag n ' ity to tn? '..nl Soiauhrr *
Tlia .Vc uiit>d IU?MLto arrlf-4 ?afaljr at thair 4a '4 ^
nati.a Id Ortobar tllrt t a?rah of mm* than Ira
fr m ?.rt l.?ar*n*<>rib Th* offia?r? aoJ ^
ram ??f? wall, hut about half th* hor?a? ??r? ??*d ap
ri th* |
On lb* l?t of NnTWlwr, (> . faith iml ?taff w?-ra ?t *
f <rt \ ?rfn?tfr. ktl war? *ip*c'.#4 to b? la (?r?t>n f
C it} In a f?w da?* Tk? la'i?r placa will b? 'ha h*ad- >
i,u?ti?t? <f th* r? *'ir.> a' ?f iuat*d IUS*ia*a danag (
lb* alalff It I* prubaM* tbat la tha rprin# tha/ will >
ruidit l(ifwtV??co?i?r I
A f*li - la Ol'i' a at* 11-h th* 'imi a th?j ara In ?
Callfefftta m> far an tha ptt?*? if provtaiota *?d ail
Kilc* t manu'aci in <1 (m il? an* eoan*rii*J. *? "ad |>
unbar l? aorth >M' prr tic iraad f-*t, and tha demand
rare-i at ail ba ??ip; ll*d. Woa l.>i? pir<bai-4 a H*
null. la?t INM, wtolata IH lartiiog aboat |12 3?<>p?r
n-ath M
It it raid to b# a oharmlaf ctuntry and a< *? a a*
th*j |?t a 'rUarla" to ?tart ap'b* 'I otr?r?al \ %ol>?
Dilina" till |? ab*ad la Urrgoa jaU a? II la ao? ft
gilly al ?a4 la California
( oaraaal'l InituntaMtaaa l.lqald ll?lr llya i A
?l >, r r I r?a Hrfi- t. > r f t k> r a nali 11 I
drill t? Ml' k or M ? a. ? Kii * ll'tlr ir ?bl? la a j|!l??. Al
lUr. :l.?t. nr*t I I 14 nrn* nri Italnn ||
r*' ' f lf??trt. * ?? ih. pia? uMr* . f 'i,i .i?,f?l l?t ? . .
t rf rrlj?f |.f u. t <!'? i> >? Wallrr -4 . ftr>
i? f'?i? I ?at la) ' < raa J ? * J . Ilataah J.r I**, uj t? aai*k?wa
tttaai, ttMtoa, ha.
Coait Calendar?Thla Oajr.
Bi rimi Coiiar? U.neral Tm.-NN.tl, N to 41,
MS tt to 41. It ||,
< 'ikci it Coi ht -No* 300. SIS, Ml, 322, 826, 327, 320.
881 to 887 . 837* 888 278 *80
I'hitkd States Distbjct Coi-bt ?Noo. 41, >9,41,1^
to 6T.
Common Plus -No* 80. #9,10#, 119, 122,127,116,141,.
142.168 180 188. 166. 188
drum Cot bt.-Noo 120. ST. 86, 8T. #T,100, Ml, 41,
81, 8# 2 4#. 14 111. 116. 122. ISO. S 27. 184. 18*,1*M66?
146. 10# 47.163, 164,166,166,167, 16?, 160,161, 1M, 16C
to 170,172, 173. __
Th? Uaf?? Street Biplotlon^I mhMv
that treat iBjustice hu been doae to me by the uriUI if tha
Coroner Jury, on the iauuest upoa tlx uufortaut* wltalty
that recraUy ooeurred [a Baiu ItrMt. I do aot imaa tO' ]
charge that the jury tried latomtioaall* la imflieaUat
? aiker k Millicae, it that the eeideaoe of the witaoes, Jamea
M?ut?< m.:rv. did aot furnish them with Mae srouads of eea*
are ; ut I ad we te. a permitted to call erideaos npon that
iB> tstigat on. we eould have shown, a? wa now chow by the
statements arconipaa>ia( this. that hU at steatosis were
nntiue in esseatial partloalare. 1 eould alee have shown
that < eca*e<iu> no* of aa attaek made by aatd Meatcocaery
opoa me, I ?u compelled to have him arrested. aa* at hu
urgent awliciUM' a. 1 released liim, apoa payment of the eosie
and the n.m ot tlPO since whieh Ume be has had a groat hostility
ot !.< ln-ita ?na>nst me. I ba?e bosa eagafsd la tbo
buiiicS'f boiler mskiu* forotst. flfteea year*; aad daring
that teiiie period, the eiplosion in Hague strest was the tret
of aa> boil' r? made by ma. It is aot true that I Mads aay
alteratiois ia tie bolitr before It wsat to Savaaaah, aa lUM
by Hiatf < tn?ry, and the whole was doae accordiag to tho
d'rtction, of Mos'fomtry. If ons hundred ponads of stsaa
are pot upon a boiler oa'eolatsd for hat forty, tho maker, carta
i ny should not Ihi censoiad if aoeideats nap peas. I ask *.
full sad fair lnvcstlgatioa into the facts of this ease, so far a*
4 am i)?in riuvu WW . m. i U!ilU4n.
The un>li r*i?ned wm foreman of th* boilar ukm (or
M>?ri It il.iMB Ik Walker. at the tin* the Montgomery but lei
wm built lor Mi.'latlor. In uo ln-taaee were Mr. Ifentgo-.
mery'a direction* unobeyed ia the ooaatructloa of th* boiler.
u ttaud by hiui. a* *11 order* had to be carried oat by ate.
brie* foreman <Si?a*d,) JOH> K. ViLtll.
The uudreisaeri ham g ***n it Itated ia Ur. Maatgomery'a
evidence, btruie the Coroner'* Jury, that the tab**, la oae
Imtan'-e, cm* within X of aa inch together, vast to th*
ru a< end measured them, aad found hi* etatemant ia relation
to that untrue. tfi^Leo,) MI BBS CORYBLL.
The rad-niruri boiler maker*, wera ia th* employ of
Meiiare Mi llpau ,v vt alker at the time th* Moatgomery hollar
we* built for ?r 'iaylor. and *ay there war* aa alterations
made in iliti boiler before it went to SavannaX a* *tat*d bw
kirn. (Mgnod.I
JOHN 37 Cl'i.Lir, VH, DOH11TT.
Brait/'i National Collection of Da|acrr*o?
type*. M and ?/7 Broadway. ooraer of Faltoa *traet. Stranger*
and ritiieu* arc rt ipoctfully Invited to tall and '-f
the *p*cim*n*.
Vapor Hatha ? K. J, Carroll's HMUeatrit
Tepur. Su'rbur. and Iodine Bath*, 36 Barclay (treat, (ea'.ibli.bed
IK2&.) hecuDimt u?*d by Dr*. Matt, Runai, M*.-neven,
B< yd, Smith, Dixon, aad other emiaeut medio*! g'U?
tlrmea, for colci. ihekmatiru. liver complaint*, mtreurial
pain*, aitea*** if th* *km, atilf Joint*. Bo.
The Ucailaihe hai afflicted yom aa long,.
K''d lady, tliatjou n o*t aurely baro become tond of it, t
you would hot centime to euffer, when it ean be efeetuallr
gi t rid ot by a i ttle or two of i>unlr?'e Arable Kluir.
mm a, of hb ano feltrea year* atanding, have baaa removed
by it, aiid the nerie* teaiored to their priatin* vi^or; appetit*
lEcreaaed, aud lile ienew*d. It it tails ia Yoar oae*. yov.
are welcome to it gratnitoaaly. Ofhe*, 143 Fulton ttreet.
iT'ce, We<iit*.
W onderful Met*?urpbo*l|. PluUow'e
Magic Hair D.e, to oolor th* hair or wluekers, the moment
it 1* applied, without injury to the hair or ski*. It
can t* waal.ed immediately witnont disturbing the eolor, an<"
ha* no bad odor It ia affiled, or told, at PMaLON'S, IV7
Broadway, aad by 8. L. Fawoatt, 1U Cheatnat *tr*et, Philadelphia.
Hair Uye,?Uutchel*r't Uquld tiulmmt the
xair or wbiskera the laciueut it it applied, without iajnry ta
the hair or akin; it can be waahad immediately without tiaturbing
the eolor. aad baa no bad odor It 1* applied, or aoldl
wboleaale aad retail, at BATCHKLO B'B Wig Faetery.* WO/
treat Oopv the addreae.
Wednesday, F(b 13?41 P.
The ftock market opened aUgbllj buoyant thle
morning, aad the bear* mad* tbelr sppearanoe aa purchasers,
which accoant* fur the amount of eaab stock
told. It will, however, be aeon that moat of ths traDeletion*
were on time. Th* aalea of Harlein war* large
rhere appear* t* be any quantity of (took pressing on
:h* market, and the bear* have a fine opportanity to
put out ooLtraou. Look Island and Hudson River Railroad
fail off to- da J, th* former X, an 4 th* latter 1 pet
lent from previous *ale?. Eri* Bond*. u*w, were a*tire
o-day. but prioe* fall off from theopaalaf. Morris
.'anal find* purobaaers at price* current yesterday.
Host of the fancied cloeed at the first board lea* booymt
than at the opening, aad th* market appear* to bo
n an unsettled atate, and ptiee* with dlffloulty * *alned.
Operatora la th* moat dangerous fancies paribare
stock for eaah. and pat it *ut lssss*diat*ly on
lme. buyers' option, at aa advauo* of }i a X per eeat,
md bold tb* atook far delivery when *all*d for. Th*
ibtapatsa and abandaae* of monsy *nabl*a tbaas to 4c
ills, and aa th* safety of th* operation depends apoa
he ability of th* purohswsr to taka th* sto*k, those
tl?fl*d with small profits prefer that klad at business
o holding any faaey at aajr prte*. oa their ova aelonnt.
It I* oar Impraaaloa, from the appearaaee aC
;hli>gs ta tb* atr**t?from the nature of the opesatioaa
md the elaaa of purohaeera, from the large quantity o(
itoek present price* will bring oat, sad the great aslomalaiion
la the bands of brokara, that the advaaes
tannot be soataiaed, and that a few days will brlag
ibout a reaction. The Improvement la aaaataral.
ltd artificial, and has not the first element of health
r permanency.
A t tks aaonwA Knaa/I (Ka.ra mas m fnwlkaa* Imavawa
at in prle?*. with pratty larga mIn. rinrt it nc
ibattga In Lb* data of purchaaart. Partial no* boyln#
tare barn doing to for the put (is month*, aad arary
inartar per cant Imprornnrnt bringa oat hundrrdt <M
Una of (trek. K.rla Boadt, saw, ftll off X par aaat
iforrlt * aaal. V Erla Railroad adranoad Harlem
k, ( anton Co ,X; Karmera' Loan, >?.
Tha amount oa dapuait In tha offloa of tba AwliUo'
rraa*urar, at tha eloaa of buainaaa to da;, waa $8,2(1,168
Tha receipt* of tha I,aag Itland Railroad Company
or tha y?ar rndlag Deoamber 81,1840. war* 1161.316 0*
tipacdituiat fur tha aama year. % 1T?? 433. Of tha axpea
llturi a, M6J71 <12 vara of aa attractdinary aatara. aac
aeitln.au)j balcag* to oonatrnatioa aoaoant. Thl
iaduetad from tba aggregate, Ware* flllJCi M. onl>
|168 70 Ian than the total Income Tha ladabtadaaa'
>f the company oa tba lat of Janaary, 11*0. wa|4*2H0
01, of ?bleh 6100 000 ar* a loaa from thr
Data; 6847 6*8 M outataadlvg boada of tha aompany
ind t&6 4.6 0? acoiabta payable. Tba aaaat* of
band amount to % 32 468 63, I oaring tba aat iadebtadftaat
?4( 0X31 40.
Tba ?x porta of inolaaaaa from tha part of Card*aa
luric< tha year 1810. am unt?d to 11,360 hbd< o
abtah #i8 bhd* aaat to t.nglaad. In 1*48 tha atp*rt
ta* 6.048 I.boa la 1847 tha amouat ?M *604 hVia
tnd la 1*46 It amounted to 8,7*3 bhda.
Th* Tr rnntr atid Laka Huron Railroad la baglnuio.
lo rtelta a gr?at dral of lataraet alcoj (ha aoutberi
>b< ra if LaUa t'ntarlo. Oawago la particularly lot*
ia?t?d ia ita completion, aad It will op?n I > our publl
? rka ti 1 to th!a ?'ty, tt:e tra la ot a lar^a and priHl'i*
lira p<>rtloa of < anada ahlah baa now hardly aa oatla
lomarkat 1 he rtuck la to b? ralaad. In part, oath
Art-I a Ion plan of ticket* Tha city of romti ha
'ul?crlbed lat fair I" the eaj.lul a >4 other a?rporat:.>q
at?Ld doing to liberally Tha managing dtract-u of th
sompany Mr. lapretl la aow la Albany, aatlettlag th
laaatment of a an Irgaltilng the *al* of tlckata la tkl
ttat* apoa tba plan pi opened by tha ahartor at th
oiajtoy. W> ran ae* no reaeoaab.'a < traction t-> th
a/*a?e of tueh a la*; hut oa tba a <<Krary. an ratal ?ac
mportaat iat>r*eta of Iba Stata entitle it ta Immadlat
ittaatlon Tha plaa atrlkr* n? favorably, and aa toot
a tba LegMalara graata tha law tct at?i. w* thai
>laea It brtora th* puhlla
.trc-rdlag to th* report of tha Krla Ita'troad <"om
aay, mada to tha Ita a Koglaeea. la aeoordaaoa wltl
ha aat of Kebcitary 1*4.1. tha opora'i aa dart eg thi
aat yrar, aad tha a lata of tha earn pa ay a afain at lb<
loaa. wara aa aaaeted : ?
New \naa aat Rat* Rinaato, 1*40
lat Laagfh of road la oparatloa ;fncl fl ag > h*m ia<
Branch 17 H tun ^?4'.
aagth of tiagl* traak bringing to tha ( am.
paay. Ml
.angth <f double traah halmnitg |? (ka Cam.
paay Ik
'ia*k laid la 164* pi
1 >-flbt i t rail p. rjard lha f? aa l
8d Capital atoch pio m?v<o<
miott |>ald la 6,776 St I
8d 'I h* "K' la una? of tha road :
inoaat aa^acdrd prior ta raaamptioa of
tba work la IH46 |4 3W.761 81
,mr.unt aipand* d uadar praamt arganita>
Uoa 12,076 166 K
ip*ad*d f?r farphaa* of land* W #t
?p. rrtad far grading laaludlag htldgtag
and maannry 6 6M 21J 4T
ipaadad fix ?rglt,aorlng 307 73# If
ipaad?d f.r lr- n for 17.1 *C|
tpardtd f> r rrit 37.i us
*1*1.(1*4 for tnilnaa 4M 823 *'
ipaadrd for pa*arng*r ear 0*611 9!
tp*ldad for fr>i?ht aara 2*T 2J4 IS
4th Kandad d?h? 64.83P.wlK ?
loatlag dabt t.4*1.647 41
Da# t? rrrpnratlo* 9 J3M7 12
Ith N un h?r < f r tiroojh p*?M?n(f?r?. .. . . IIM
in b>r ri TTOtWi
MH. Mat* af far# Aral elaaa p?**m??r?. ft
mil# i.nU. .
?t? o( f?r? ? nnyti <tl?M ?r?.t??r mil*. . I
Trh AkikiM mHud fro* tra**p <l?t|oi
out rr*?ivnl ffc? tr*M?p"rtatl?a of pr<\p?rty
mint rmltH ftwa traB*p?rtaU?a nf I
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