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JAMKS ttOUDOV BBSN ETT. P110PR1ET0H AMD EDITOR. office n. w. comk or fwlton and uai*av sts. THE D.1ILF HERJiLD, 1 een/i ptr i?ry-|7 p tr ^ThE WE EK1.V HER~iLD,tvrm fatnrdap, mi I ? ptnii V'r ??r?. or%*per annuat ; IA< Eutjptan Kdtlio n, M pn . ni;un? : i ? nv poi ' >'/ tl Urt'fai'il, 1 ti . k "ir fjn'in?n/, Ai?A lit tnc:M<(r f>? r >/(?(?. rOLUST.m V CORHESPONDEXCE, c nlmmne tmpor* in! nrici, $olicited frtman y fiiorr^r af tkt \?or'<*i ^ ut*d, teiil it it&eraUyp lid for. Or? N*imn in r*BTicrt.4Ki.v ic^raTic to hal all llTTHM 4KB IIKT TO r?. JTO NOTICE tak>n nf an.>uy?,iu? #o*?wtt.ri. atiimt. Wt (U n tl return tkoie rejected. JiLL LETTEUS hy muxi. ftr Bvticrtrhvu, o* t ett\ 4ik't lu'i??nf?, (a 4' r>"' T"rid, or ikt poitatt tiiil I* dedur'td /v,.<n fA? -K/in- V JHH PRINTING tmrcutrd v>(* niatnetl. tkenfnen, tmd Jrfatck. . ADVER I MF.VTS rentwed *Ptry morning. TE R Af ta?A "t Vol um? XVII ~ WO. 30. * XCtlMANTS THIS 1TLMKQ. ASTOR 1'LAt E OFJERA HOUSE -RonrBT t.e Di A?' i BOWS"/ TH*atk?. 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High wards ensued? tho Senator gave the Superintendent a blow, which broke his nose? YariouB Senators interfered, and the belligerents were separated. It will bo seen that one of our special correspond ents repeats tho report that thero is undoubted eTidence cf the fraudulently of the Gardiner claim, in the possession of tho government. Tho proceedings in both branches of Congress, yesterday, may be summed up in a few words. In the Senate numerous potltims and memorials were presented ; a resolution was adopted providing for an outfit and salary for a charge to the republic of Switzerland ; the consideration of the resolution is behalf of the exiled Irish patriots was postponed till Saturday, and after discuJBing Mr. Badger's preposition to give the Censm printing to the editors of the Cutest, the body adjourned. Tho Houso was occupied tho whole day in wrangling upon tho bill explanatory of the Bounty Land law of 1850. From Albany we have the appointments made by the new Canal Board; and the assurance from one of the Assembly Joint Investigation Committee, that a full report will be made on the subject of the canal contracts during the latter part of next week. Nothing worthy of especial notice trans pired in the Legislature yesterday. The Cass and Buchanan men in Philadelphia ap pear to have had rather an exciting time yester day afternoon, on the occasion of their assembling In County Convention, far the purpose of nominat ing delegates to the Baltimore Convention. After the selections had been made, the chairman of the convection, who is said to have been among the minority, declared a proposition to be carried in structing the delegates to vote in the State Con vention in favor of Buchanan. A scene of great confusion ensued, and tho officers effected their escape through a back window? the chairman, in hiiburry, leaving the skirt of his coat behind him. What is styled the majority aferwards reorganized, ass! unanimously adopted a resolution in favor of Cass. The President lal question i6 really beginning to assume an extraordinary and exciting appearanca in Pennsylvania A new whig Senator was elected in Washington county, Maryland, yesterday. Parties are no v tied in tho Senate of that titate. Jenny Lind is caught at last, if we are to believe the telegraph. The affair, it appoars, caaio off at Boston, yi -terday, and Mr- Otto Goldsoh uidt, a piatist and a German ? a lucky piani.it, and the hapf lest of Germans ? is tho pressor of the Nightingale. The happy pair will probably re.ire to the beautiful country scat whioh Jenny is re puted to have purchased at Round Hill, noir Northampton, Massaohm-f.s. Uoforo, i wover, we can fuily realize the truth of this marriage, wo shall re. ? tire further evideno than a brief t :1 o graphic aespnteh It w 11 b ? r. tnembcred th?o tais Swedish Nightingale was rc por ed to be married in England, to aa Eng;hh clergyman, an I tba the affair was laid to have b'>en cancelled only by her i ajment of a forfeit of $5,000. Subsequently, at oue time it was u. lerstood that she wi.i cer tainly engaged to Bellotti; aod, at an .the r tirue, to Matter Burko, tho vio iuist. Therefore, wo car. lot ratify tho nu. ials of Mrs Lind to .Mr Gold&ehmidt tiil the news is confirmed Kosiu:h is again represented as q ;i.e ill, although he manned to make a speeoh to the citizeni of w> lumbu-, Ohio, yesterday We observe that tae Chio State Senators have Bubicribed Dvo dollars each to the Hungarian fund, and it is said tha* the membti - of the House will do tho slme. They are ail strong advocates ot intervention. Samuel Williams, tho colored man chargcd with bein<' concerned in the riot and murder a. Christi ana, wai yes terday acquitted in the Circuit Court at Philadelphia. Tho recently attempted revolution in Chili, by General Cruz, a disappointed candidate ia tho last Presidential dec t ion, was suppressed oa the s n of December las*., in a battle at Longomilla, in which Crnz was defeated by General Balres. The repub lic was quiet on the 2<>'h tf that month, and Montt, the President, remained undisturbed in his office. Some interesting intelligence has been received from the republic of Liberia. We give pretty full accounts in another column. It appears th it the forces of the republic have prevailed over those of Orando, the liainr of a rebellious party of na'ivei 1 ne crew of the brig Germ, which put into Provi. dence, on Wednesday, suffered awfully on the pas sage irouj Inngua. Uae man was lost overboard; sails aid s,ars were carried away; the provisions gave out; only one juart of fresh water remained; the vesttl was la an almost sinking condition, and every oae of the crow was frostbitten. Prookess oi' the Temperance Movement.? The political temperance movement recently or gan zed in this city, ij going ahead Wonderfully, it is stated that the monster petition in favor of the establishment in this State ol the M viae Liquor law, already rolls up 17 >,000 signatures, aul that they are stiil pouri. g in. Now, wo rep-iat ttiit this Temper nnc j Alliauoo is dostlned to bdeomo, and that very soon, a formid?ble |a ?; in t: j State. With the Tritium as ono of t?i 1. .. g org* and a l ^rge body of Whig!, in t! i city, and-..' of tfebeiy, enlU'd hi tht cau'\ we 7,j.t not fce -utpriaed ii it were to ne*'.ralis; the jwa i lafiueace oi th<) canal niid b "c<- <; t,> t >e whig party, rcct a 1 bratoh W aat > - ' c* < wo ejp.' t iri ia a r-. ibinatioii I i k o tbat of ('tueley, Law. I! ?<?. r a* i mian! Let tne 1 v* ; State* and Presidential Candidates. Governor James C. Jones, ef Tenaessee, a United States Senator from that State, his been in town several days, on a visit to the respectable young whig* of New Yotk. Governor Reward, o( New Yoik. has also been here, is Albany, an I else where, lock it k over the machinery of the whig', ai.d making arrangements with the free soilen*, the anti renters, the old anti masons, and oew anti-o?in promise people, in preparation for the Slau^hter licuse Convention, to be held on the 1 7ch of Jane, in Philadelphia, Both Jones and Sevard are un derstood as having been working, from different points, to accomplish the same obj-ct? the nomina tion of General :-'cott and Governor Jones as tho whig eandiiates for tbo Presidency and Vice Presi dency, on tho old whig platform, without any refer ence to compromise, slavery, anti-slavery, or foreigi irtervention, either Hungarian, Cuban, or Cinv dian, of any kind whatever. Governor Jonei has been nominated for Presi dent in Tennessee, and for Vice President, with General Saott, in Maine Sluco Goneral Jack son was eal ed from the shales of the Hermi tage to the Presidential Mansion, all parties in Tennessee seem to bo of opinion thit tho fede ral government cannot woll get along unless a Presideat or Vice Pre ident is taken from that State. This fact is a verification of the abor tion that President- phobia ia an incur ible disease. Once fairly bitten, a Sta'o or an individual novcr gets rid of the virus. Neither abstinence, nor cold water, nor Bramdrcth'" pills, will restore tho patient; i but on the contrary, all physic aggravates tho dis ease. Virginia was seized with the disordor when tbo government was formed, aDd vtry soon imbibed the sincere belief that she wa9 tho "mother of Pre sident'," and that no man but a Virginian was qualified for tho office, if not born in the ancient dominion, at least the father or grandfather, mothor or grandmother, must have been of some ono of the many "first families" of tho "unterriSed common wealth," to secure any favor there. Virginia h"\s ever been portinaciouj in her claims. General Washington, Mr. Jefferson, Mr. Madison, Mr. Monrce, General Hariison, Captain Tjler, and General Taylor, wero all Virginians born. The President of the Republic of Liberia is a Virginian; and so are most of tho great mon in office there. Tho black Douglass, wo believe, was originally from Virginia or Maryland. Virginia has novor been without ono of her own sons a? a candidate for the Presidency or Vice Presidency, but her race of great men, like hor good lands, is pretty well run out. Mr. Crawford, Mr. Clay, Govornor Floyd, and Mr. Hives were all native Virginians; Virginia also claimed Mr. Wirt, who ran as an antimasonio Presidential candidate, some years ago. It must not bo forgotten that General Saott was born in Virginia. At this present time Mr. Hunter, of Virginia, Mr. James M. Mason, of Virginia, Mr. John Y. Mason, of Virgi nia, and Mr. Stevenson, of Virginia, aro all spoken of as candidates for the Vice Presidency, and we shall probably hear of ono or two other soion9 of tho first families of Virginia being named for the first or second office. Why not Gen. .Bayly, of Virginia! why not Mr. Wise, of Virginia? why not Father Ritchie, of Virginia! Massachusetts has always bad the President-phobia. She was dissa tisfied with the ejection of the elder Adams, in 1800, by Jefferson; and even though his son, John Qulncy. after undergoing twenty-four years probation, was allowed to serve oat the last four years of his father's eight years term, when he was forced out by Jack son, she was discontented. Elbridge Gerry was furnished by her as Vieo President. Since 1832 she has always bad a standing candidate in the person ef Mr. Webster. New York has, considering she 1 is the foremost State of the Union, been distin" I fuished for her modesty. Sho furnihhed Aaron Burr, j George Clinton. Daniel D. Tompkins, Martin : Van Buren, and Millard Fillmere as Vice-Preai dents, and Van Buren once as President. As candi dates, Do Witt Clinton and Martin Van Bareu wero j defeated for the Presidency. New York now pre i sen's several names for the first two offices of tho country. Fillmore is announced for a socond heat. Governor Hunt has been alluded toby one of hi3 military staff. Seward, now that J. G. Birnoy is : deceased, may possibly bo nominated by the aboli ; tionists instead of tho Black Douglass. His ad. ? vocaty of Kossuth has given him the start of his colored competitor. Neither Vaa Buren the elder nor Van Baren the ycutger will bo candidates in fifty two. I'aniel S. Dickinson, (who wished he had been born in Virgi nia ) and Win L. Marcy, (famous for the patch on his bitecher, acd the "spoils of victory" doctrine,) aro both New Yorkers, and both will be urge! by their sUvccatcs. So is < Jeneral Wool, who will not, but should, be strongly urged. We should not omit noticing that the younger Downing, who sella oysters in Broad street, is a genuine native Knick erbocker, while the elder Downing is of ono of the first families of Virginia, born in that "g orioua old cou-un nwealth," at Father Riichio need to caliber. Little Jersey once caught the disorder, and no li inated Freiinghuy :en Y;ee President, to <ntohtha ! _'h vot<s; and Commodore Stockton is now ti 'kul of for Pr-. Jont, though it is said the "con. oaercr ot California" Is willing to wa t four yews longer, provided due deforeaje is then paid to h'n clt iiBB He deserves credit for hi.; patience, and sots a \ i iifeworthy oxamplo Though ho dooa go against flogging in the navy, he will make a perfect her. c-main c o! a President, if ho is ever e!e:> i. Kentucky, Pennsylvania, South Carolina an i rear g a hftvo always been affected with tho di '.-Jar. Next to ^ irgiii'a there is not, ferhaps, a more pt trio ic State in the Union thin Kentucky, po f \t s. rega- Is furnishing federal officers. Shoals iys its* a host of candidates, big and littlo, on hnni, sufficient to sajr'y any demtnd ani for every kind of offices She furnished ilichai I M. Johrson a? Vice President. -he now present: GeDoral W. O. Butler to tho domocr-Us for President, who is a strong mnn, and if hj woLt suit, Lirn Boyd ; and besides, she offers J J, Crittenden to the wb gs. Georgia presents Cobb, ard McDonald, and Dawson ; and will, in 1856, puf, forward Toombs, who, after being placed in tra'n ing, will rubbed down, and with a good rider, wilj be Lard to beat. Since the decease of Lowndes, ( iilbour and l'o.csctt, South Carolina has no son to of i for tie highest officer She has many that thipi; thtmeolves qualiSed in every respect, but most oftiKiugrew in tho shadow of the "groat cast iron statesman, " and arc consei|aontly too 3tar. ted atd withered in their stature to scaa over tho whole oonfedcracy, or to be seen out of their own State. ' 'bio names nobody on either side but Al len, and Tom ("orwin, and Tom E.ving. Pennsyl vania has always had one or two or more of her fa vorite sons in the field, but somehow or other, tho Dutchmen and Quakers aro too stupid and too slo? to cope with the brisk and aotivo wire workers of the other Stites. All sho ever had given Iwr was Ceo ge M. Dallas es Vice President. She now presents. Dallas, 11. J. Walker, and Buchanan a1 c andidates for the Presidency, and will probably lore all three, though King, of Alabama, Cobb of Georgia, and Stevenson, of V.rginia, ail expect to I run as Vice with Buchanan, and though the protec- ' tive tariff democrats and tho froe soil democrats 1 of that State, it is said, are disposed to [ unite wiLh the free trade and Southern rights party ot iLe Sou ij, on mederate term.% in tUe support oi I i^davan. nnd any approved Southern man as hi* cecond. Tennessee, we are advised, howjver, is ucttrUi'ncd net to bo neglected, now or hereifter. ; 1 o is h'.l satisfied that she furnishod Andrew ?' 1 n ' d James K Folk, aid that Hugh L V kite was ci ce voted f r Iry uvera! States. Ta: < of T< ? in tree fl uent Major (loneral * t Piliow !. r the Vice I\ cji<Jt*r.cy ; and as >? avo sUteil, tue wbigs are decMol tii*t Gover i.i r Jaou - (I. Jones shall bo run on the whig tickot, 1 fiti. r ss Presilent or Vice Pie il nt N>ithor " ' 10 *? o??4 off. I >?es w.li ran with S;>',tor ? } ^ f> ai.d 1'iiio ?? i . r uidt are W'llirg to tlj to Cms, cr the white Djoglaa, or Mtroy, or Wool, I or Pierce, or Dickinson, or Dallas, or Stockton, or R. J. Walker, or Buchanan, or any other candidate out of tho Southern or Southwestern section of tbe Union. General Sam Houston claims to have been born either in Virginia or in Tennessee, or in both, or in Texas, or in the Cherokee cation. If he runs, of course Pillow roust retreat ; and he had better do so forthwith. If General Foote is brought forward as the Demo crat! s- Whig Union -Compromise candidate for Vice President, with Mr. Webster as President, (which, it is said, is the "arrangement," in somo quarters,) it mutt by all meana bo authentically ascertained where he was born. Wo were nevor fully and cor taiuly informed whether his native State w%b Vir ginia, Mississippi, Tennessee, or Texas. There is some dispute also as to the nativity of tho Wait? Douglas, and of Cass. Cats, wo think, was born in Delaware, and tho White Dougl s in Vermont; but both claim to be from tho "great West." Ver mont has on'y fivo Presidential votes, and Dolawaro hat three ; and who would hail from such insignifi cant States ! Wo are strorgly inclined to tae opii.ion that tho State of Tcnnejsce should ba g ra tified at the next elootion l>y both partus, the whigs taking up Governor .Tones as Vice President, and tho democrats GorerAl Pillow. John Boll tiny not like the preference of Jones over himself, bat ha is useful in tho Senate ; and George W. Jonc~ miy thick be ought to bo elected instead of Pillow; bit he is too faithful a sentinel of tho federal trc t ury in tho House to bo spared. If tho whig* rejoct J. C. J., the democrats ought in liberality to rejoob J. G. P., and rt'ci versa. Tho young whigs ofNew York, and the Clay men, it is said, are going in for Jones, and wero busy as bees, at the Astor lloaso, groom ing h'm for tho racs, whilst he was there. Tho democracy should not forget th&pursa is fifty mil lions a year for four years. Anti-Slavery Movements. ? While boUj parties are returning to their old platforms, and the grand battle is to be oqco more between old fashioned whig and democratic principles for the spoils, we find the anti-slavery societies of tho North moving again to renew the agitation upon tho negro question. Garrison, Phillips, and tho rabid abolition nullifiers of Boston, bave just closed a most torrifn demon stration, which is soon to bo followed up by similar proceeding?, at various points in tho North aad West. Tho Cincinnati Anti- Slavery Society, of both sexes, and of all colors, havo issued a call for a grand convention in that city, to to hulden on tho 27th, 28;h, and 2J)th of April noxt, " to in quire what can ?o done for tho three millions of alaves in these United States;" and they declare "that whilst there is a slavo to bo liberated, there shall not bo wanting an abolitionist to striko the fetters from his limbs." On tho 18th and l!bh of March, the Rochester Ladi as' Anti- Slavery Sowing Socicty, according to Fred Douglass' paper, will bold a grand anti-slavery festival and bazaar in that city, and they havo determined, at the samo time and place, to hold a grand Ant -Slavery Con vention, " and to eecuro tho presence of somo of tho ablest and most eloquent advocates of eman cipation in the country." This cal is signed by twenty ladies, all white, we suppose, and is in that warlike spirit which shows that they are about to gird on their armor for a fight, hand to hand, and arc not to be fooled with any longer. They still j entertain the idea that tho Southern slaves are suffering dreadfully ? that they must be emanci pated ? that "material, financial, and political aid'' must ba collected ? and that the gool tima is coming when all colors and all sexes shall mraglo together on a footing of the most porfect equality. The war is thus to be rcnowed, and the end is yet to eome. ARCHBisiior Hi ghes and the Great Wao staff. ? We perceive that Archbishop Haghoa denies, through the columns of a Wall street papor, that ever Signor Wagataff had a right to wag his tongue with tho namo of his Grace in relation to the Galway line of steamships. The holy Arch bishop, who ought to bo a pattarn of Christian love, is very exact and punctilious in exhibiting his di> likes. Why d d he not send us the correction in stead of confining it to a paper of limited circula tion 1 When he wants a generous subscription for a Catholic purpose, he is not so squuamish. The two clergymen from Dublin, under his directions, called on us, and received a subscription of ?100 to aid the causo of Catholic education in I Ireland, besides what assistance wo could rendor it publicly. They very piously took tho money, but never put it down in the ist of subscriptions. Wo arc entirely ignorant of what has becotno of it, and wo would like to know something about it. We cannot tell whether it ever went to tho Catholio University or not. Wc ask Arc'.bishop Hughes to itferm us where it has gone. Wo hope it is not like the Slicvegammon fund, which has fpnc to "tho devil's exchequer " Thk Forrest Ca^e in Pa.vi'H et Form ?We bavc.just received a pamphlet on tie Forrost ei?e, frotz cn cMlawjer of this city. It makcsatrr rible oT'-rh^ulirp; of the witnesses and others con cert.* d in the trial, aud puts in a vigorous defence of Forrest. Wo in vy crjieci more pampblota to fel low on both tides, until the Bubjscfc is ccui.iletoiy run out. The Hfm-i.t of Kosst th's Campaign ?Kossuth stated atClcve'und that he had uiadj 1"(> "recohes I up to tbat time, and no doubt be g\7e tho labor of ; thirty j a^ades, and roieptions almost innumer&blo. ; The remit, thus far, is 10,000 muskets, at t'?o dol* | lnrs a- piece? which have not jet ;?>i)e oiT ? IHuiIiaI i ltd Tlienti'lrnl. Si'."nra Uiscaccian i tie Ya->ko Irailan ait it. hi' ar rv?Uintc>*n fjem Yankeeland. with th<? In'.euM ? of ! embarking In the next steamer for California During the last three or four months. sicee her arrival from Europe, fhe has glren very remunerative concerts en?t. west, and north, ar J now she Intends to v^U the laid f gMd. to complete a fortune o( $100 COO tfter which she 1 will retire and lay up In faabionaV* elegance spendintr j lur summers In New England nod her winters ai the [ Lafce ol C?mo. Ehe wi'l be acoompan > J by Mr Hra 1 ham. and several other musical adventurers Ur?liam wat- formerly with Catherine llayes, Catherine Hayes is in the 8ou'.h. unj-r her n. w management. Yj the last account*, she *<? g- . in.t to Jlavara, where no doubt ahe will teip a golden harvest, as there is no opera there this season. fan di is al^o travelling South. an si intends to visit Havana, the Wert Inlles. and Mexlffo. Phe Is accompa nied by Ilerr L'lliran who was formerly sent on a mission by Kossuth, from Hungary to Vienna but had to clear cut frc m the Austrian capital in three days after bis ariival. Ptrakosch the musiolan also aoompaale* ler. Forrest, the great Forrert is going to play a farewell engagement at thu Broadway theatre, comm-noing on Monday evening next, and running through his princi pal characters, previous to his departure for California. No doubt be will be received with tolerable enthusiasm, and on his departure to the land of gold he will be ac companied to the ship by all his enthusiastic friends. in a magnificent procession. We calculate he will be one of the greatest men there and will ft as much gold as be wants without digging for it, ani perhaps he will eonie ' bark to W ashligton a Senator in Congre" if heshculd tura tee attention to political affaire. Mb. Sinclair, ti-rif rant Mrs. Forrest, a'.or termiiatlng her theatrical engagement in this city int n is to goon a tour thrcugh the United 8tat< s for a year w!ien she < xpects to have realized from sixty to eigb'y thousand dollars. fhe will then go to B i. ' pe, wh?re she will create a ?reat excltem-nt taking the leal as a theatrical star in England where it re?ms there will be none ti compete with her, and she will inciea'e her fortune to f:.t>0i,00. and then retire fiooi the uta^e. Having set- i lied a pen ion on old Binelalr she will epend her latter days ermetlmes at Etch Lamond. s' m?tlra"s on Cat? kill Mt untain*. and sometimes in climbing the Alps, Lola Montes, who has been in this city forth* last few days, Fit ce the teruili.ati< not her engagement at J'biUdel ph.a. has left f< r Washington and will appear In the rmpltal on Mni.rtay next, ller engsgements in N w Vork and fbilrcelphla hare bioi^ht her $10,000. Hn? is very Blub aitriiirl ej ?t htr 'Wo i a c e*. i Jju? f.?r 'be 'ikes New York better than Phi'adslphfa, Vat thinks the gentieneD lm are no. tJ b? compared with the Indian CI iefs whom she met a* the City of Bro therly I.ove. She ha* been visited by the chief* of ihree tribes? the Sioux, the Iroquois, and the F*wnee?. the made all of them valuable presents, ; and reoelved likewise some tokens from them. They admitted her a member of their tribes, and deoorated fcer with tli?lr most beantiful ornaments. They also ! tffered to make tha Countess their Queen, if she would only nceompany them to .he forest? an offer which she declines for the present though thvy placed on her head a crown made of the plurage of a rare bird. They have c?.lled her Cat-rat tantararara, or the great female war d?ncer. An Iroquois chief, of thirty years of age. anil hating already two or three squaws, fell despeiately in love with her, and she thinks the Indian method of Baking love is quite superior to the mode pursued in . the i;uakerly city. She does not lUe that city much? j tl ere Is no fighiltig 01 fun. or excitement in it. The only ? tttlemen eb* met there were the Bremen and the Indians. In Washington the will ? j doubt meet with great suo o> es. Being a great politician she will enlighten th<* mem bers if Congress, particularly in reference to Kossuth, whom rte f*)6 ;hc knows like a book. We hope the col lective wi?di,m of the nation, (articutarly the Ore-caters | o the Ei uth, will net rhoot each other about her, but : that, like the iLdUus, they will cast lots to see who shall have her. After leaving Washington, she prooeeJa ] farther Si u b. For the information o.' the corptdiplo ? ' mwique the Cabinet to! CoLgres in general, wo may as well e'are. thf-t el.e (-ays the next revolution in Kurope ?i .1 ;<!<e place in Siberia? that all the exiles, numbering el, Uy thousand, are abcut to throw ill the Russian yoke> acd marehh g to St. Petersburg and Mojcow, will lay those cities in as hes. Ibis will give the death blow to the Ure&t bear, and set all Kurcpe free. It is curloui enough tbut Kossuth; who talks so much on the su'jjeot, should have overlooked this important movement. Ic seems Lola Montes is abetter Informed politician than the ex Governor of Hungary. Police Intelligence. COMl't-AlNT AOAINSr A QAMULINO HOUSE? LARCKJJY AM) GAMBLING? 8TRAN8E DKVELOI'EMENTS AC? COUNT Cl'KKENT 01' THE LOSING OAMItLER? WARRANTS ISSUED FOR TUB ACCUSED J ARTIES. It i* a rare occurrence that complaints are instituted aguintt a gambling house, for the very reason that ninety viD'j cut of every hundred of the complaining parties ( niy seek the aid of the police to recover back their money; ar.d as soon us that is obtained, away they go from the city to parts unknown, and then, when the case is presented befere the Grand Jury, no witness appear ing. the complaint falls to the ground. Yesterday a very peculiar case of gambling was presented before Justice Lothrop, implicating Tom Hyer, Frank Stewart, Moses Hammer. and others, keepers of a Rambling house, situated at No. 3 Park place. The facts which have elioited the enwte in this matter are as follows Some short time since, a young man named Alexander Cornell was In the tmplcy of Kimball i: Johnson, No. 23 John street, and during his olerkthip embezzled and stole from his em ployers property to a Urge amount, the proceeds of which he has gambled away at the game of faro, at the gambling house sltu?ted at No. a Park place 'Abe employers ot Cornell discovered that he had been tobbiiig th<m, aud accordingly caused his arrest aad conviction bifoie the Court of Sessions, cn which con viction the Court tenteBced him to thirty days in the city prison. Since his confinement in prison the faot of gambling has been developed, ami the complaint enter tained againet the firm of Hyer, Stewart M Ilaymer. The lollowing Is the account curient as made out by Cornell.? __ ia&i New York, 1851. Account cf money loit, won. and received at Uou? Xo. 3 Park place kept as a gambling house by liaymer, Stewart & Hyer:? . May 3d, lost, playing at faro. *45. Heytrer dealt the cards. Stewart playing; but strangers to me at that time. May 6th. lost HO. the 0th *11, the 8th *20 ._ *41 May 10th, lost *15. the 12th *8, the 13th *o *?? MaJ 15th. lost *3 the 17th $12... *? May 20th, lost *6,the22d *15, the 24th *8 *^ May 27th. lost *3, the 2?th *36. . June 3d, tost *20, the 6th *7, the 11th $11... *38 June 13-h. lost *14. the 17th *5. the 19th *8 *tf j une 24th, lost *40, the 26th *9 . . . ...... . . . . . . .. .... *49 July 3d, lost *t.O. Mr. Foote, 1 think, dealt the cards; Mr. Eggleiton and Mr. Brown played. August, $lo'J; September, *140; October. *100; November, *40. In the month of December, lost at one time, about the 15th or 16th. $19. and the next night *34; and at sundry other times in the first part of the month, aomethlng over *25. Total in all, except In sums too small to men ^Amount of moneys won and received, from May 3 to December, 1861:? ... May 7 J 10. Htli $6. 10th *22. 2^th *13 *M> June 10 *11. llith *6, 2Cth *36 24th *5 July 7 13 ? Sundry times in Ju.y I>o do. August ? Do. do. September Jj* ]>o. do. October do. do. November ?? Do. do. Deoember ? Total This include? *25 received of Mr. Stewart, and sundry 'moll sums received ot Mr. llyer. <oc Total amount lost Do do. won 410 Balance deficit ??????? On tin' aboTe statement of facts, the ma^is-rate, yes terday. issued a warrant fur the arrest of all the a jousod t arie-. and placed the process in the hands of offloer Bt.phens lor tervice. Murine; the afcernoan, Frank Stewart was arrested, and couvejed befoie Justice Lo throp, who permitted Mr Stewart to remain on his r arole of honor, until 11 o'clock this day, when it is ex ptclfd that Kesris. Hyer atd llaysitr will also appjiir, : and entc: bail, 'f lequited by the magistrate. In the M-i'er of Uitv Gmtixie ? \? sterday. several of the witnes -s app.ar d b lore Justici Oro 'ine, in th ' caee cf lJvgaretK ? ' : ? ?, th? m. trsa< of Otto Grin zig. on th cf>ar>re of inurd-r preformed ag.inet '???r. re* pi ncet u. gs art k-'pt private f^r tha p.vojr.; hut in ft a opj ot- t'vo tr? D'.;-tr?ct Attorney intends to hold tae inveniga'ion in the public crurt ro -n City Intelligence. Fiats.? On Wednesday evening, abaut six o'clock, a fire broke out in the upper \ art cf buillln/ No M C d*r s'reet, occupied by Paiego& ?>ulkiey. importers of comb*, butters, and fancy goods. law alatui was promp iy girea hy t i e Post Offl ;? bell aid the firemen were ?? rty o-i v'l ? grouLiJ. and succeeded In tubluiag the tl ime? before n Ui h oceurr, d to the builJin^s l'Ue gr.ster pr,rti< c of the sti ck of Messrs P & B , which w-v ?n '.be ptory below where the fire originated, wa.s const ten.b'y damaged by water an was a so th.? eti-'t o. U-mm Lrder it ('o . importers of Tel\e:s, whJ ocaupii d the st jre or tLe tint tloi.r. It.e origin of the fi -e i t uotnown Tii ? litemt-n were about reiurni eg froui the above flie wi -n the Poft Uflice b* 11 sgiin sound d an >ther tUrJi, l'or a liie which bad broken out In the Urge brick birM ; r No So W illi .m street, corner of Maiden lane. C i. fl,u I criglcati d in th" fitth story. orcupit'd bv S Steinf-H la poiter aiid manuf^ctu'er cf cap fron's i;c . hut w s i in exticguisled by the firemen, who roon arrired on the I gToutd n't. h ?e\er. be'ote this story ? 4s c aple ? y j bnrned out. The st' r.k f John Welbel. imp r *r of hui.i *n hair, occapying the third st ir?; P. W. Turner. ! maiiufuctu'.'t it ? ?.i . ,t. occupying the soc.inJ >ry. | and cf Aburr I. My ??n :y millinery >tirf. on t ie first, floor. ?. a. data d m < c . slderabls amount, by the | Us-', .'Bity ... v ? r t ..at was poured into the build- , in'g ? vn : ii ? t * i- uokno?vn. although it *.is rumored to hive th- <oik of an iuoendiary. ???? gn Bu'kl ?, h.e lorur 1 *lf 000. as f.lli.ws: ? L ing Irland. *5 ; ?.??; .in lv ' uker. *5000; Umpire 3:?t?. *3.C<)0: ... i'.av. j i CO Mr. Turner is insured for *iv000ibtlie I iifu'. iu'e .ompany. Cao'ain Leon ard A i ;.t i ? r: ? eeller, of the Second w.ir.l. ?.,d As?i.?tant Captain Sno igra?s, of the First ward, wl'h a number ot men were present and did efllsient service. I n, , _ Nah m<M K*i nv Two Chii.iih? ? Shortly be. fo?e i wo o it' i ten yesterday morning a fire was discover ed by the pnl ce i'l the TiiirJ ward, a- No. 80 Messerois street, tn :<t tbe oo.ner of keonara. in Williamsburg. It was a nhsnfy I'irmerly used as a i.a'.cher s shoo. buf t <t many moi.tbs unt?uanted The fire quickly seized on tbe aiijolniui hou?e? (frame), which were considerably damaged, ibey were occupied by the owners, who had the n<iUi-e?, only, insured. In fie house. No. 78, two little children narrowly escaped suffocation, as the par ents were outata ball. They were rescued by a policeman who forced the door in order to rave propetty. and by chance d'scovered th*m. This is believed to be a decid ed caee of incendiariem A New Stkp ii Bi.oom*?hm.? We perceive that on the Saturday motion calendar of the Supreme Court, a i-aee entitled Kphralm Robbins Jun.. against Katherine Ua^Cngs stasos N?. H0 for argument ; that John Moody appears t r the pi ?in r.t <i . .. i. tbe defendant appears in person Mrs I!' aa.i oihtr ladies oi the Women's lllghts Convention, vn 'ii '?* in political and senatorial oratory, butit appears that Mi - Hastings will be the first to drive the KenHemen of the long robe from their legiti mate vocath n and plead her own cause before the solemn judiciary of the Supreme Court. What next? I'll BtllM l.KTC ' UN III HlSt'iKT or 0>SM?VV ak I. III ? *av ? Dr lii'td v, tm- l<m^ s'm-e return ed tr. n. a r.u, | e..' u ? I ie t i ? d (iermany ai.4 ll-.it .?iy . it *?' h the past I. -triy u d p-e , lit I i . t ? cour.tries. Bom mutii' H.i'i *}?..' . s ? - : . ti .is ihereoB. in a I ' Iir- i.v. i I ? e . f at II ? ; . ihI- Academy i T r t ' ?! 1 -fir < i > ' e l M 1 brougbout, f ,ii. r , . ? ' marks of ?pflau?e partie>o#rly on bis allusions to Kofsu'.h and ice Hungarian stiuggie. AMieiiat 1 mi ? \ ? I t ug ff the D'anagers of i .. " i 1 ?? 1 v* I y IB Nassau street? Hon l.ll h t itr- I ?? -I lie t. .... r, BheB vh? usual business was proceeded with. Ni.v Vim Bim r BortKTV ?A regular meeting of Ci" Liiurd M Muneiiers was held last eveniug, in Nassau e.iet, iur ti ??. , I . I I juiue uuni ? se. . v ever'" Hoe II ra- '?r?el-y d* ? . . , . , , .7,, .u? 5u*i? tne no ' i. f- i*. It was at :< v. ' V, ., mp lild to h '11 1 VI r the report till to-morrow . Bmdi kiivii gi ii ii, k ? Gustave Wi rpper, a Oerman, thir ty years of age, boarding at Ba lit* le street, Oomuii it ?d o ice i n %\ ? <] i ? -'/?,) aneiB w? *?* '? u'"4 liMvy n ? l ii lt> r< v' i ut )r 'in ear to e*r. and a ?* ' ? r i.i v ? ' ? d? Of h.u T> body w?? br.<a<ht to 'he f. at . ??id nation h'uiebv 01- r O ? ?|U '. ... ?/Iu an .> .,w. I .ie o it. sti.l the ju y r i .'is > ..c.i . J . aiv'.-ituct wilt, the Tt Pope Pin* VII* Mid N*|iol?on-Ij?cture of Rev. J.Thcband. Last evaning R*t. Augustus J. Thebaud,Vlce Presi. dant of Bt. John's College, Kordbam, delivered a lecture at the Btuyvesant Institute, (or the beaetlt of the Ilospi tal of Bt Vlneent, being one of a serif 1 given before the Catholic Institute. The subject was ?? Pope Pius VII. and Napoleon. The reverend gentleman commenced at 8 o'clock, and read to an audience of about ISO persons, from bis notes a very let gthy discourse giving a history of the principal battles and events in the life of Napo leon, a L.d the history of Hiuj VII. and the Church, as iar 1 as they were ronnec ted with the career of the great war- j rior. Tbe lecturer who i?? French Jesuit, read so rapidly and inarticulately, at J his pronunciaticn of the Kn;lifb lsiif usge was so bad, ; hat ohm halt of what he said wu? u 't diftiii'tly heard, auj the other ha If, in consequence, Ira perfectly utderstood. The drift, however, of (he lecture was obvious enough. It was'to show that tbe Catholic Church always triumphs in the end over ev.iry earthly power; and that even NHpoluon, the h -ro of the niue teeuth century. fell btf.ro the witlieriDg curse of h<r bead. Pius VII. W&eu that sovereign pontiff agreed to a concordat with Napc-l*.'*, and afterwards consented ta crown him Kmperor. it was in a spirit of oonellution. anl bec?Uf? Napoleon had never don>! anything wroag. us re gard? the ctiutch. up to thu.p. time, l'.ut when the State* of the Holy fiee weie assailed, and Napuleon aspirea ti) the pr?itk'i) of Kairetoroi iti>a>e, i lua VII. did not hasi> tats to exe< minuriicate him; tad Napolaon mocked the bull by asking. Would it cause the *eaoons to fall from his soldier's bands ? i romt bat hour his power waned and I the weapons did Mer, 4ly full from the b ads ?i' his soldiers | i in ttaa Itus-i > n campaign from tho effect < f the element sj \ a' d the Pops, who was bauii-hed fiom Kom?;, a..d fir | ti.ur years a prist ?? r of Nati 'eon, >.ai restored again to ; that throne. wbtoh. amidst every a -m'.t. has I* en pre- ! served safe for a thousand years. Tho Kev. geutlemaa concludea by a reference to 1 ias IX. aad Ljuis Napo leon, as the counterparts of the twi perioranei which were tbe suhlaot ,( his ltoture The nephew seem#d to understand better the power of the church tuau tho , uncle; and. ?h'le be vai following in tho fame B'eps i with regard to the empir?, ho reeogulsei t:te spirltuil l.o??r ot the church a < one tint *'us omuipot-ut. P.o- j vidence bad placed in his I.und seven million* and a , half Of V( les, aud ho w;n n<?w pow. rful. and w- u' 1 cm- ! tineas' if be was fottkiul to the ohirch Bat let him in:-! -'"a tte dttri-.., iniph-ty of bis uncle, and his d .us in ' sea ltd. The lecture possessed but lit ile interest, and iid not seam to awaken any enthusiasm in the auditnea, i veu ?ii tuch passages as they understood. Lecture on Temperance. A very interesting lecture on tmiperance was delivered ! by the Hon. Charles Dtlcvan, before ?the Mechanics' In- 1 stuute last evening, at Cllntcn Hall. Tbe lecture w&s illustrated by plates, showing the effects of ahohol on the human stomach. The lecturer proceeded to enforce the fast, that water is the only fluid which does not poi stssan irritating elfeot upon the human stomaoh, and that alcohol is not necessary for man? it is as averse to bis nature as it is to that of the horse or the ox. Mr. Delevan concluded in very eloquent terras, by appealing to his hearers to shun ell places wbern intoxicating drinks are need, for, he said, there was no more cerratu method of dissipating wealth and ensuring poverty than intemperance TL'y owed it to their country? to their families and f: Sends? to abstain from intoxicating drinks, which tend only to shorten life. The meeting was well attended, amongst which there was a large number of ladies. We have a report of tbe lecture, but cannot find room fcr it this morning. Marina A fTnlra. Thf Steameb IWnoKE. Capt l'arrish. arrived yester day from Norfolk, to whom we are indebted for flies of late papers from that city. Oaart Caititnar ins Tina Day. Svmkme 001-bt. ? Geneial Term.? Ncs. 13, 16. 17, 18, 10. 31, 22, 26. 28, to 34. Com.moc Pi. fas ? Parti ? 8ame as yesterday. Part 2 ? Noa. 134, lt6, 170. 186, 1*0, i96. 812, 212>i, 211, 2t6, 220, 222. 224, 226, 228, 230. fitriHioa Court? (Two brunches.)? Nos. 160 67,217, 2T.8. 65. 209. 270. 274. 276. 27. 250 , 63, 277. 273, 279. 230. 881. 283. 284, 3Si, 2S7, 229, 2C9, 210. 226. 77, 163. 871. Critkd States District Court. ? Same as yesterday. Look out for Lantern, No. O, the beat number issued. Canvassers wanted. Several young men who hove been socustomod to canvass for newspapers. Ap ply at tbe Lantern office, 149 Fulton ktreet., Notice Glrartl Ilonse, Pblladclptila.? PKKfBL'KY k BILLINGS, proprietors.? This now and elegant Establishment Is now open for the reception of visiters. Fare per day, $2. N. 11.? Coaohes will be found outside the Depot. Fare. 23 oents. Wat Llnena] Wet Llnena !? But entirely free from damage, bavo been received at Hltclicock b Leadbcatcr's. 347 Broadway, corner of Leenard street, in. elnditg various kinds, as Shirtings, Sheetings, Table Damasks. Tewelinis, Diapers, Tumbler Towels, tie., fkc. Look to it ladles. Commarclal Bank, New Jersey.? Ed ward Evsns, 7ti and 72 Fulton street, redeem* notes on this bank al 23 per cent discount, in p*yn>ant for ready made ClothiBK. Selling OfTI? T. Smith, Jr., 104 Fulton street, having determined to eularce his store, will now sell eff his large stock of ready made Clothing, at roduoed rices Tbeso who wish to replenish their ward?efco will nd it a favorable opportunity, as tho heavv stock of win ter geods must be reduced, and preparations madu tor spring business. Real Superiority Hi any Branch of Bnal. nes* advertises itself, fho unrivalle4 shirts made by CKEEN, on the new mathematical system, hare become tj ropular, that men of fashion will wear none other; an<l tho ? tore No. 1 Astor House stands at the head of the trade. Uroika, the Cord walner.? 1 The heat of B eots, the tlnest ol Gaiters, the noatcst and mort serviceable of Overshoes, tho nicest ?t Slippers, ihc prettiest of Dr-. ?s Shoes, and other articles commonly failed understandings may be bad, at the lowest possibia prioes, at 11. A. Br^ofci's, lflo Fulton strent. Mr. Itrooks mr.?cs foot nrar for all eexo?, and for pirsi.ns in all rr.nks of life. Ris professional repertoire ocntains gocrts to snit every knnwn taste. Nobody oftaite and economy csn f^il of boocciinx Mr. Brooks's brm ami latislied ousttiaor. 148 CertliirateN of Cures of Consumption. and nervtns diseaces, by Dr, Watts's Norvo is Anti dote, were sworn to l afeie me this 21 day of Fefcruarp, 1S62. Uoso B. llichelcr, C'oni3?:s;ien?r ot Deed? ? Watts street ; atid leventy-one others were sworn to hel'jr^ tr.e, Ueorro Hudson. Comaiirsioncr ol Oeeds, Beekmsn street making in all certificates of cures, proved by aflilavit, of the povor of the Antidote in Consumption. JOHN FYM&, 102 Nassau street. Oouraud'a Liquid Hnlr Dys la without excv-pticn cr reservatii u the very beat ev r invented; sfptallj c.le rated is Uomraud's Medicrted Soap, for earini; pimples, freckles, sallowcess, chats, chafes, roughness, Ita. 1'ou Jcf Bwbtilo nprC'ts hair from any part of the body. Liquid Kongo, Lily White, and [fair Gins*, at ti7 W^lkfr street, acar Bruadway, and Callmder, 88 S. 3rd. l'hilaaa New Principle In Ilnlr-Cutting !? Clean Bair ilrnehes by tuc Ihousand ! Fourteen of the best Artisit In Amen, a! Tbe n:cst taa^iflocnt ITair dressing -Jitahl^ii ment in tho Wor d. Features till now unheard ot ! Now svsurer? uw stjl.'s? a tow era in L!air-er.tHng ! Farr'c.'O rilsouis unturr?f sed In the wovld aro always on tho spet fher> aro olesn Ilalr Brashfs fir all, by t'.s b*s*et-fnl!- j the t?ont.an<i ! The Saloon is as splendid as the ante-r'ioa sf a tc?kl risidencc. 1 attendance tor Hair-cutting i ! the Bs'n is iti-ant. F.vcv r;:itl- man fecit him'elf in hi' | elem--nt the moment te enters the doors. Tho style of t'at llng/...d Drcssiiig the Us'r ot'.ij>SfS snvthlng b.--[f>rc dreamed of in Now lfotk In fsot, at t-halon's Crystal filacv, li^ Broadway, corner of Dey-street. arc clustered mora ??>? forts !?*nries toyeltiei, snd eenveniencies. t an evor gathered .within the f?\;r w :. ls ot any t .ns rial estaM'sh tnent upon the t?ee of the esrth. So suy all who see it. II %lr Dying.? f baton's V?c.io flsir Bio, to o^lor tha hair o whiskeri, the n omcct it l< appl'td, withcat injutv to t)i? haicorss'n. Itoan be washed unaedUtely wi'heat dl-tv.tb it-g the color, a; d has ro bad cdnr it ii applied, or s.ild,at Flialon's V* ig and 1 >u^oe n.anu'.actorv. Ilulr liye.? Unlrlirlor'a ?-elabraf ad Ll<|<tld H('; iiye is the best jet ?fiscavercd for eelorifg the hni: i j w.nskers, %iie moment it ia applied. The wendor"il saw and certainty w".h wich this taverite and eld nstaWiAcc Hair Pre performs is astonishing. It Is for sile. or applied at UATtiHL 1,(5 it s Wig Faotory, No. 4 Wall struct. Copi the address. Wlga and Toup?ta?? "Batrhelor'a Hsv? style ol Wigo ate pron on noed the most perloct Imitatian of nature vet iavcttvsd. T'iosc wanting a very superior article, Shonid call at BATCHKLOR'S oolebratcd Wig Taotiry. No 4 Vt all street, wherj san be f- und tho largei.t and best as scrtmont ia tiie city. Copy t'.e address. lO.llilll llrndx itl Ilulr rnt In our yenr, il THA'1F'?KD'8 splendid Hair Dri-ning and Bathing cs*.?. hllshment, No. Grand str- et, New Fork. ? his a.<t><nmi ir it result is in the style of hair cutting, which snrr n.o? aLy thiiig ever before heard of in perfecting tho art. Lndlca, Read I? The Oxygenated Hitlers are erpctially adapted to the peculisr compiainU of n-mal s, such as vcaktess. irregularity and nt rvon< debility; ->nd as they contain no alcohol, will caute no lntoxioatlon, wh.le they impsrt a chccrtul sensation of health tinlsireng.h Bold wholesale snd retail by Kands, M O Fulton atmet; K >.g. 1U2. and A. L. Hcovill Si Co., 3li< Broadway. MUNJfiY JH All li KT. Tm rsiuv, Feb. 5? 6 P M. The stock market wu more tranquil at the first board to d?y, and the transactions considerably larger than usual. Reading Railroad was In demand, and ologed at an advance on prices current at the second board yes terday. Brie wen better to-day, with small Pale*. Mo?t of the smaller class of fancies are getting active again, and improving in prices. Ilarlem continued depressed? unwarrantably so. At the first board, Reading Railroad went up % per cent; Krie Railroad, Ki Harlem, Jf; Mor- j ris Canal, Canton Company. '4; 8tonin(ton, U'l Long ! Island, Rochester and Syracuse deollned !i per , cent; New Jersey Zinc, X. The market closed firm, with an upward,tendency. The receipts at tbe efflce of the A^fintant Treasurer of this port to-day. amount! d to $71,193 81; payment", f '1 4 15 68; balance, 5- 82-). 03 1 88. lhe commercial and financial accounts by the steam ship Niagara, at Halifax, from Liverpool, with thr?e| lays' later intelligence, are of a favorable character. There hsd been no change in any of tbe market i Tbe New Votk Fire Insurance Company have de^lnrrd a dividend of ten percent. The Ptuyvesuut Insurance Company a dlvid< t.d of five p?r cent. Itiila to repeal the ohfirter t f the People'! Bmk of Pa tersrn snd to amend the General Banking law maito include Virginia six per Cent bonds an<ong the stocks that may lie deposited as (ecurity for circulating notes, are now beftre the I.egi lature of New Jersey. The United Btaie* Mint a. Philadelphia paid, to d:?y, certificate* to No '79. The til'i wing counterfeits have re-tn'ly hesn i >i?<l Tv?ntle?. (j- tj.? Vui'.a J ?/.*. Ost? , N, if., i2. - j genuiwe raeV rig a Urge female, with shield, An.? faU length female on the right end? well done. Twos, ?o the Mechanic*' Bank, Burlington, N. J? vig only one human figure. Twos, on the Jewutt City llauk, Jewett; city.Ct ?Letter A? The words '? State of Rhode Island" and ' Providence" stumped in? paper light, engraving good. Threes, on tbe same bank? rig. f email, with sickle in the light hunl and arm resting on 9 cheaf #? wheat; cattle in the distance? purport# to be engraved by Baicb, Btltes, Wright it Co , New York. F ves, ca fame bank? vtg female and fliesf of grain. JfiUingup and general appearance bad. Twenties, on same bink altered f:om ones? well done. We believe the bank has issued no twenties. It is amusing to read the articles published in tho organs of the high tariff or pioteotion party, relative ts> the state of tbe country at la ge. and several important manufacturing interests in particular One would thinkj In locking about, in seeing the activity of all classes' in this city, that we wt re in a hiih state of yrosperity' aid that the most rapid prigress was being male la every department of bu?inoss ittch is, at all ev jnts, tho ar pearance rf thires. but uccordmg to the hi*h tariff or gnns, it Is all deception? all moonshine. According to tbelr statements, *e are utterly, almost Irretrievably ruined. Nothing can save us from oompbte annihilation but the in. mediate passnge of an act raining tht? duties oq cur Imports to almost prohibitory points. It is mcst ex traordinary that members of Congress do n:t see tha dangerous position of th? most vital Interests cf tb0 country, and instead cf devoting their tixu-J ani ener gies to tbe udvan-einent of eomo prominent sandijatfl for the Presidency, and fir the manufacture of politic*! capital f?r ierson?l proflt, tu<-n their attention entirely to the cams tending so much to our prostra.ion, ani provide an immediate remedy. If we m<iy lislleve oco half what tbe protectionists say, there Is but one remedy. The pass j go of a high ta'.iff act would at once regulat? and remove a 1 difficulties ard establish the prosperity of the Unlcn, in a financial and oawmercial point of vieW> upon a (olid, rubstantial foundation. Tills having been pointed out, it relieves members of Congress from the ne ce?f ity of leoking round for a palliative, and they should, at e nee prooetd to adopt it. Fo say the m jnuracturers through their organs. TUey even go further. In their llberaiity and generosity they advocate the cause of the agricultural and mercantile classes, and devote part o' their politioal influence to the rescue of these important .ntexents from the depression surrounding them. 13read ?tulTsdo not, according to the authority quoted, bring remunerating prices ; uiH our splendid clipper ships are carrying lrcights at ruinously low rates. Our wurks 0[ internal improvement do not have half the busiuess. un <Jer the present commercial system of the government* they would have under a high tariff ; and uui?ss wt re turn Immediately to the system in operation previous to If 46, the m illlcns of dollars lnveate i in ..he constru itlon ol cur railroads, plank reads, canals, &c , will soon booome unproductive. Thousands will ofeouise,be iuine-1 if such a reeult should be realised. It is not strange that those who look upon things in this light should be alarmed at the apathy of Cong-ess, and have the most fearful fere, bodltgs relative to the future existence of the country. But It is strange that eapitaiists continue to employ their means in such a precarious busings as manufac turing cotton, wool, or iron, instead of withdrawing at once, turning their property into gold, depositing it ic some safe place, putting their hands in their pockets, and patiently waiting for the country to break. They can then afford to let it break, for they would then havo the right kind of stuff to buy up the pieces at a great de preciation Seriously speaking, the statements put forth by the organs of certain manufacturing interests, are sim.. ply absurd. They are hardly worth noticing. Themana. facturers of tbe East suppose that the first duty of Oon. gress is to protect them against encroachment from any foreign competitor; that everything else should give way to insure tbeir prosperity; and that It mast follow as a certainty if they are in a prosperous condition al other interests must be. This ignorance? to give ths most favorable construction to the cause? would hard!/ be expected from such a souroe. Fortunately, they d0 not succeed in making Congress believe their statements, and there is not the most remote possibility of any ot their objects being accomplished We can, therefore listen to their complaints, and read their ridiculous and mournful statements with perfect Indifference. They ore decidedly behind the age, and are likely to remaiQ there. It ii well known to every person who continues p03t?d up. that the country at large, from Maine to Texas, from the Atlantic to the Pacific, never was in a more pros perous condition. Even the great iron and coal iuterests, about which so much sympathy has been expressed, are in a thriving, progressing condition. It Is true that mac. r furnaces have been blown out, many collieries closed, many manufacturing establishments turned to other purposes ; but all this shows nothing; it does not even shew that these were not profitable when in operation. Those who are engaged in manufacturing know that competition from those surrounding them, is one of the must difficult, dangerous thincs to contend with, and it is this home competition which leads to extravagant ex. pendlture cf capital, for the purpose of crushing at on-e all oppC'tition that leads to insolvency and ruin. Within the past twelve months several large mills have been erected in NewEngland, for the manufacture of mous" stiiii de laines. Au immense amount of sapital has be^a expended for buiMirgs and machinery, and the nuanti'y put upon the market another j ear will 3e immense. Alj this locks well, and it would appear as though manufio turicg establish met te, constructed and put into opera tie n under a low tariff, would be likely to continue upoa a strong basis; but all such expectations will not be realizt d. It is our opinion that, in le'Sthau three years a majority of these compatiiss will suspsud, and It will be attributed entirely to the abrence of a hi^h tariff, wh- n. in fact, it will be from excessive competition, from acexcefsof supply over ihe demand for consumption, to such an i xteut a? to depreciate prices below re anno tating points Ileralts fin. ? r to this lure be -o re; i zoi in tbe cral tra'lo. and will bo realized a^'.ln. tariff cr nC tariff. With ail this, t ie mi. s-s levr were in a more prospercu*. r.'tl .aotory condition.' With lu I employ. m?i.t and good wages. they are Urge consumers of all the necessaries, and most of the luxuries of life, ani it w< uld ko wi ll for Congie.^s to let them alone. 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