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WHOLE NO. T515. MORNING EDITION ? FRIDAY. JULY 22, 1863. FTCWm by telegraph. IWOUMflENT OF THE N. T. LEGISL1TURR. EXCITING CLOSING SCENES. THE CENTRAL PARK T1IK JONES' WOOD PARK, AND OTHBR IMPORTANT BILLS PASSED. EXTENSIVE F1BE If (lICMHiTI, Political Item from Washington and Elsewhere FATAL ACCIDENT*? MARKET REPORTS, dtcH Ate* Ac. The doling Scrnes In the Legislature. THB TOLnNTJtKBa' API'KOPKI ATIHN ? IWPOttTUNATE PROVISO ? A TAX OP1 TH kBH-KOITHTHS OF A MILL IllPOHKI) TO PAY HTATK VBBTH ? CKN ril \I. PAUK ? MAIMS LigVOR LAW DKPtSATKD? PACIFIC RAIL ROAD BILL ? FAKTINO ROW IN THJt ASSEMBLY , ETC., ETC. HPKIAI. CORRnPONDKNCK OF T1IK WXW YORK RRRALD. Albany Jul; 21, 1853. Tliough the legislature hi a appropriated tea thaaMnd dollars toward* the temporary relief of the New York Volunteers, still there la a proviso attached to it which ia neoeseary to be thus publicly noticed, in order that the poor fellows may kaow the conditions and be prepared for the rebuff whiah a ?aiU them waen they ftpplj for their quota*. The bill provides that the Kim of tea thousand dollars shall be divided among the lepal survivors, hollers of the outstanding cert id ea tee alietdy Issued, in juoportion to the amount due on ?aeh certiorate, and to be paid to eaoti h ?>.<Jer ouly on the correader of his oeitifica1e to the Comptroller. No fur ther certificates are to be issued by the commissioners naiced is the act of 1861. There ia a grnt amount of palpable injustice in this, but I hive not the space nor the leisare to allude to it further at prese it. The bill eaectinr a speolal Uw for tbe government and practice of tbe Court of Impeachment, was brought to a vote ia the House, and defeated, receiving only 46 votes out ot tfhe 128. The trial will prooeed und?r tbo ttatute* as they new stand. Die select committee reported complete the tax bill. Its main provisions were the Imposition of a three- quar ter miM tax in addition to the quarter mill now levied? to aetheme the Comptroller to So no* from the sinking fund, fer the use of other fundi, a* occasion may tequire. The report a 1m ?> contained a provision post potUg the loan of money, as provided in a Uw passed at tbe regular session, for draining the Cayuga marshes. This latter item was energetie*llT opposed by Senator Williams, and was stricken eut. of the report. The bill was the* passed, receiving eighteen vote*. It was adopted in the House without up option, and is there fore a law. Ihe assessor* of th? S'-ate will tuerefore be requttfd to levy a tax of one mill instead of a quarter, npea al taxable property, in order v> pay the existing debt* ef the State and prevent repudiation The Central Park bill, and the Jone*' Woods Park, parsed bo h houses OoosMeraole of a fight was got up in the Houte on an effort to bring tbe Maine liquor Uw to a vote. Ita friends felt oonMeat of a victory, bell*?Tiog iha'. a majority would be compelled to vote in i'# favor, if the members could be brought up to the rack. A call of the House was made aid sustained, but b?f<<re any mem >er was ar rested for aoo-attead.Boe the nail wax subtended [8y the bye, the Hen Daniel B T*ylor has a tine of ten dol lars standing against him on tbe journals, for being ab sent a few days einoe ] After a d?*l of squirming a vote waa finally arrived at, when the bill wa-i lost, receiving ouly Mty-four votes. The H>ut-e ipett an hour on the Pacific Kallroul bi'l, And after quit* an exciting debate p?i>?ed If, by a stroac vote a* it came from tbe Annate. It was the first bill in" troduced in the Senate at the regular <-?aMon, on the Tth of January. The honor of procuring its parage is intoly doe te Serator B?ine't, who h*s been indefatigable and persevering from that moment unt'l its lioal passage this day. Tlie company it now incorporated, let them ai>i>'y to Congie. a for the assistance they require and start the California locomnt've at the earliest huC'CaI moment. ' Tbe Tea Hour bill pas?td both h->uae<. Mr D B. Tav or labored lid.istrlously to procure this law. It relates to manufacturing e-tabii-tm.ents. Mr D B Taylor again called up hie Slave Transit bill, bat the H?u*e refiued. by a considerable majority Ibe menibers of tbe Hou ?? adoptel a resolution de claring tbemeel vet* entitled to nay during the long re cess, and resolved to contribute it 10 the orpu&n any 1 urns of tbe State Whet-? Hie democratic caucus. held oa Monday evening, wad not rwy harmonious. Rumor Hays they broke up in a row. An address wis presented this afterno>n in the Otoek to. ni, pteoared for signatures aod was read It charge* upon tbe Seoate tbe ??ilre r??pohsibili'.y of the extra session, and claims for the House %U the ciedit for wttllag tlif canal quest ioo! 1 ' also silvers over the Ftate and nrt'ional administrations. The harl shells bare got up another address. combatting tbe snnti nents contained in the previous mentioned one So the har Bwaious democracy of the State will be supplied with addrc.'-" te ault all k rios At ba'f past five o'clock. Mr. Oarey, whig, of Saratoga, offered a resolution of thanki to the speaker for his aile and d'gnifled manner in tbe dlac'ia-ge of big duties Mr. I Burrouph. rose aiid c -mmenced a sp-ech In opposition to it ? be chtrsc'eticed ibe Speaker as baring been partial. opprOrHre und dictatorial in tor chair, and was proceed ing in a (-train of iowctive highly personal towards the Speaker Af'er having pr> coeoed a few moments, the Speaker callbd b<m to order, and directed him to take hi* feat. Mi. Burrou^h*. re'tn-ed, uotil tbe order was repeated several times Then a scene or the most extraordinary eic' ement occurred Tbe greatest anxiety prevailed among the members and a Crowded Midienoe The previous question was called, other motions were made aod the time thus consumed until two minut.es pa-t tlx o'clock The Speiker then twee and ?eui? hi* parting address which was very pithy and eoa<e what personal, and afttr ef??k:nif so nc t so minute* <n a bigh fever, declared the hou-.e adjourned trine die A loud huzza and clapping of bands then oc ?nrted "Bjirouxbs! Burroughs !" rasoundml from j* vera! vol- e?, when 'ha', gerr'emaa p-ocoed-rd to the Clerk'* do*k and eommencfd ad l>e*Ml>-g th-? p?"ple. but tbe hiamng, yelling and confusion, prevented him. and be very soon ltft the stand Such a ?c<ne ne>er occurred in that Assembly Chamber, aod n? Sooiktr has ever left tbe chair before without a vote of than&s being tender ad him. In tbe Senate Mr Monroe offered the following: ? Ke*olved That tlie thanks of tbe Senite be anil arc here S, tendered t? the Hon. Saudforit E. t'bnrch, I'reti.ient of ? Senate, for tba courteous able, and 1 n partial manner in whroli he has diacharpert 'be duties of the chair during tb* prrsi nt aud regular sra-lun of the Legislature. Mr. Morgan. P/e-ioen' pro irm , put tbe question, which was unanimously adopted. iM n*. Governor Church i-eut in a letter of congratu lat'on which was read, and 'be Senate adjourned. The court for the trial of Commissioner Mather, will be ordered te convene on Wi '.'oe-day of next week. The managers appointed bv tbe Miwaker to endust the trial on the part of the House oon?l*t of Messrs I<oomls, fhaoaplia Neble, Mc^urtey, Hastings, Sessions, Wool? a very exwTU nt selection. W. From Wi'shlngtmi City. TIIK HARD AND SOKT 8HF.LLR OK ROCHESTER, ETC. Wahhinotoh. July 21, 1363. Collector Campb?ll, of Rochester, has arrived here. Tbere is fun ? heart bet ure- n the hards and softs. Dr Btr re. the sculptor, Is modelling a bust of Robert J.Walker The rumored duel bet>teea two well-known Virginia politiel?<' s has blown over. Senaiot James, of Khede Island, arrived this evening. From Boston. ITARV Allll COLLEGE COMMENCEMENT ? FATAL ACCI I>K NTS ? CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION, ETC. Bohtom. July 21, 1863. At the Cowmer cement in C?mnrldge yesterday, the honorary degiee (f I J, D. was con 'erred on the folio v ing gentlemen:? John Henry Clifford, Governor of the Comnioii ?e* lth ; Hon I'llny Merrink and Gesrge Tyler Hgelow, Tustices of the Snrreme Court Hon. Henry Bir nard. of flartfoid, Coin., Hon. Willard Phillips, of Cam bridge; Hon Nathan Hale, of Boston; the Kight Hon. the Earl of Rliin atd Kiticatnlne, aud the Right Hon. ths Earl of F31een ere. A man named Willey was run over and k Uled on the Boston aad IV rtlsr.d Railroad, yerterday, In North Bev erly. Tbf F.uropa ran down a i mall boat In the harbor this morning by which a young man, whose name we have not aaceriained. was drowned. The Convention to-day adopted an amendment to tbe conell ution limiting the term of Justices of the State Courts to tfn v?ars. The various propositions to elect by the people, to require confirmation by the State Senate, iml to make tbe term of office seven years, were 'defeated. the Maryland Coal Trade, die. Bitmiowi, July 21, 1863. The Maryland coal trade laat week waa small. The busiaeen of tbe canal Is still Interrupted, and It la doubt ful when it will be resumed. Tbe New Orleans papers of Friday laat an received, but tbey contain no nm of interest. M. de Hartigee, the French MhaUter, and suite, ar rfved at Charleston on Toeeday. SEW YORK LEniNIiATURK, EXTRA SC8SIOM. ?malt A LB* NT, Julf tl, 186U. DrTKKMINKD TO ADJOUKB The Assembly adjournment resolution *a< concurred in. THI RAJL&OAD TAX AND TOLL BILL The 8elect Committee on the Toll and Tax Mil reported the bill 1m posing a tax of three-quarter* ef a mill in al dition t<i the one quarter of a ml'l tax Ordered to a third read's* and pa<Md. And then Mr. Conum reported from 'he select com mittee the tax and toll bill, so amended as to impose a direct tax of three-quarters of a mill additional to the present quarter ef a mill. The report provides for reducing the Cayuga marsh** appropriation from $16 000 to $10,000, and pxtponing the balance of the appropriation. Mr. Wolumb (whig) attacked this proportion with great earnestness. It was a stultification of the former vote. It was an attempt, in an indirect way, to repeal the bill. Will Senators disgrace themselves by undoing our former acts? It was a monstrous proposition. He moved to strike this provision out of the report. Car ried ? Ayes 13, nays 9. Mr. Conukr (deai.) then moved a reconsideration say irg tbe tax must be iaoreased if this amendment was not made. Mr. Williams declared it an insidious blow at the en ter prifC. Tbe Senate determined to reconsider Mr. Wimjamh dai ed the Senate to ?uch an outrage on the people of Ihe went us would be perpetrated >f this was repealed. The people know wbat tat* action means, a> d 'lit-y will f?i-tei< on the author* of this most extraor dinary proposition the odiuin most justlj due. Mr. Bristol (deui ) defended ihu appropriation Mr. Coknki.l, (dea? )? I voted against the bill, but the Legislature l>as pattr*d it Now face the mu-ic and p*y tbe bill 1 ?'ball not join io a'>y such xhulHiog procedure. Mr. Bibcock (whig) conceded rhtt the ?mk ?rai a good one, bui the coLdiaon of the treasury was a hid one, much worse than he imagined Mr B. held Mr Williams* thie?ts a- indecorous, but irrespective of all th?t he 'bould r xercirfe bin judgment. Mr Williams' morion to ntrike out the cUu?e repealing the Sodue canal appropriation. prevailed, a? fol ow-.: ? Avks ? Messrs. Beach Boo* man, ilr.stol, Clark, Cornell, T)avoupnrt Huntington, Klrby, Mouroi, Rog-rs, Snow, IMW, llpliam, Vtllllstns ? 14. Nai s ? M t'frsrs B.bcook, llartlett Conger, Cooler, Jones, Otis. 1'ierce, Piatt, VauderMIt Wright- 10. Aud ibeu .to rcpoit of the cxinnitiee was agreed to. aDd he bill ordered to a thud reading, and then the bi 1 w as tend. Mr flRisToi,? Does this bill put a tax on the enlarge ment? te^'dCd0S~N0' hT debU' Mtu*' du*. for Pro M5'POOLFr?Ir?r wh%t wer?the*e drafts drawn? For wo.k done on the canalf There in no need of this tu The mo?ey f>|ient on new work should have been applied to t lie liquidation of tho,e draft*. fcvea 'he committee fluBchidn cm meeting this subject as they ,houid hare j Mr. Jonks (dem.) Raid the debt had arisen from the , con ract* of 1849. whoa the work wan prosecuted against KlSJiJS! Jlr"' a ?"?< Jul SKiir^sssssj?-"- pm Bartlett, Beach. Beokman, Bennett ' ? 1 J Lo"kct' ? onoll, Davenport Jones, Klrby. McEl h?m-!??rgM' Monroe, Piatt, Kogtrs. Snow, Taber, Pp. NiV?- M?iiri, Babeock, Bristol, Cooler, Huntington Newcomb, Otis, 1'ieroe, Vanderbllt, Williams, WriYhtSo TIJK CABAL DKBI8. ? .V? v?,?4t? "*** tile Hot?^ in the amendment* to the bill providing for pajlng c*nal deste, except to the ore having reference to the ' Baldwin claim," on which the rote wa?? a-ie? 3 nay* 21 THg ANTI-RENT TAXATION BILI. wan brought up, and the Dill lo.t A leconhUeration wag oiofrfd, TO* stw TORK PAKK 't'Rfno.v. Mr. Morgan, (?big) reported the outral Park bill aim m M. aud the t*eu*te agreed to the report ???>"?. (?hy) had consent to report the Jones' W.jod a.k bill auiendea so as to all?w the Corporation u "elect 'uoh H,te ?? 'bey may deem best. Mr. Iiktkman said that 1>eing convinced th-it New York city de^red two park*, and that Jo. e,' p*'k .t, eminent 1> de-tra ble he now called for a r?te r? the bill Jones' wood wan rather meadow than wood and - a wrm of h.lds separates by (linnet o' tree ? i- vas aocoi.|i?le br J bjLKn"-v "twn.hoau, as ?eiU., hy urcnue rail . 17,6 c"mirercial u-es of the water font would i< main, as at Brooklyn Pefghts, without inju y t> the park Una above. Jol?*' park wih at oqoo av*>Ut>!P aud tl.rjtfo.e It ought to be grafted to the people Mr B * fully weighed the ca?e. His interest* you Id br more advanced by the Central park than oy the oih?r The people of New Yom city required both pam. and he w?s pieiared to do all in bis power to give them both Tim- Mil to provide for the Central IV k pnw*l, with jreeidment* nan log Augustus Sckell Lutne,- Kr*d>sh tiicha.-l llsboeffer, tfiliiam Kent atd lid-ard C We-t as conttpipMnoerH. Mr Beeeman then called up bis Mil. which leaves to the corporation to doo.de whethor Jones' I'ark shall be taken After a long .It bat? tbe bili ru lux,? Ay o-i 12, r.a, s 10. ' ^ a recess was then taken. AKTEltNOON SKSSMiN. TWO .NKW PaRKA rOR JiRW YORK The J^na'c receded froa. its amendments to the Cen tial Fatk bill, so it is a Jaw. ? Tlw T?t? on the Jones Park bill vas reconsidered and the bi)l,pas>ed. THE 8KRYIC12 OF riiO.TSS The bill to repeal tbe i^xvice of Process act was lost. TI RE.NT TAX BltJ., fhe vote v. as again taken on the hill to impose a ecaool and highway tax on manorial tents, and the bill was again rejected. TnK PAXIL REPAIRS. The bill to let the canal repairs by contract was lost. THE FINALS. E D. Morgan was unanimously elected I'rMiftNit pro frm Adjourned nne die. Aawmbly, Alhawt, July 20? 7# p. II. THE HirpPLT DUX vas received from the Senate, with a message that they i ad pussed the , au?e as agreed upon by the C -nferenoe Committee. The report of that committee revtina the '?mvrdment Insisted upon ky the House, inserting a pro vi. ion with reference to the appropriation to the New York volunteers, that tbe money shall be distributed among 1 he legal survivors holding the outstanding cer tificates, to be paid to eaeli holder hi* proportionate share on the relinquishment of the certificate. Tbe report was concurred in and the bill passed. A PHILAVniROHC PROPOSITION. Mr. Hotij? ottered a resolution for the appropriation b? the members of the pay received by them duting Be ets. to orphan a<yluros. Ac., making a vote in favor of 1h< resolution a relinquishment by -t.be member of such pay. Meever. NAVIGATION COMPAMKS On motion of Mr. Taylor, the bill to incorporate navi gation companies wa? ordered to a third reading. THE TATE CATASTROPHE AT NIAGARA. Mr. HoiiJtr alluded ?o ihe recent accident at Niagara rails, ai d a?ked content to Introduce a bill for the ap. po-ntment of a cororer In the village of Nl.tgara rail*. Granted, anil the bill read a first and second time. KVM.lUNT PARHK.N.iRKS Mr. Wood asked cogent that the bill for the protec tion of omigrant passengers might no* have its third leading. Granted, and the bill read aud passed. rai.i.s i-A.-.-Ki) To provide for the erec ion of an Armory for the mill tary in the city of Brooklyn and to authorise the sale of tbe bullying now used for that purpose. In relation to highways and bridges in Montgomery To amend the oharter of the Mexican Ocein Mail ami Inland Navigation Company To change the name t.f the villsge of Arcadia to that of Newai k. to auihoriFe tbe trustees of the village of Cfcnandaigut to borrow mocey and to provide far a contingent tuad. RXTRAORMNARY CORPORATIONS The TToute to< k up 'he bill for the incorporation of eoibp lines foin.ed to navigate bays, lakes, rivers, and carals, Mr. IT^niinr moved to recommit the bill it the Com mit tw of the Whole, and proceeded to speak in opposition itr I<oomih hoped the bill might now come to a voto. II'.- ?ai tati-fied that it could not pass Mr Hadlky withdrew his uiolion. Mr Woon pieserted t.w-i petitlots from citizen* ot Sv nicu^e for the passage of this act. Read. Mr. iJTn.FJOHN presented a petition, Mr. Clapp moved thst the bill he teferred to the Canal ommitue He rega-ded the bill b- called for by the eommeieial interests of the State He showed that upon the enlarged cansl individual? or firms could not control ii line of boal?. Tueam^uat of capital reqatoite called for incorporated companies. The l?ul provide* fur the in eotpc ration of companie* o' not 1??. than *10 000 nor more than $160,100 The whole capital int^ted in the boats upon the enlarged canal will be some ?a,(,00,ofl0. lni' In I m1 oor not hMnco crvnt? a monopoly or aart^inir r ittii; cbBDBwl hU n,0ti0B to the Judiciary Cum Mr lUiii*v iegaide.1 the measure as fatal to the labor hg ln'. rest-of the State, lie suggested that a t four >ears were yet to elapse before the c*nal would be en larged, there was no nec-sslty for hurrying tbe bill through just at the clow of this session. He move' to amend the motion to refer to the Co?nmittee of the Wbclo. Mr. Haottwor feared that the bill was not thoroughly understood Be was In favor of the bill and desired to refer to the arguments advanced for the consolida tion of tbe central railroads that it would eanse a re duction of the fare. This same result would follow the combination of oapital upon the canal*. Tbe pilees 'or transportation will he reduced, and hence the people would be beaefltted What, ha asked wee the iliipi to be apprehended' It ia urjei that it U not ?a'e to create tbexe laif* comoanles for tfetf would draw a'l lb* bantam* ThU h?* e*?r haea urgod. But ho? do the*e comotniei man a large ebare of bulinasa f It ll obr'ou-ly bf affi'dlng cheap taw and T??es of transportation Aid wan thie ti? be fe*re<i ? I.arge companies are authorized every day Duufutu>n>(, rai'rotd mrgnrntliiM, and o?hers, and ?b?t mi-chief have they dune 'r He was ?urpri-?1 ?t r-ch opposition to the bill and urged allowing the bill to oonr.e to a vote hoping there wan good iteiue enough in ib? Hnme to pwi It. Mr. I.rrnJUoMpf oliii<ri?d <htt a largi portion ot the Stale called for the bill, and he hm*! menhnra would inform thforalra* uooa the bill He booed it woald be refe?red to the Judiciary Comaiittoe, that all doubt oon oeroire it miiiht be removed Mr Temple moved that the Efeuae adjourn. Lost, ? jea 47 nays 4*. Mi Ptkwakt regarded the hill m ooe of the mo*t la IquitouH evet pre.ented for the action nf the Ho<i?e Iti tendency wa? to create mooopolina. He moved the pre vioit* question, which waa ordered. The rill ?a? then rrad and ln?t bf ayes 13 noei 47. Mr Curr moved a rfcint'dertMot Mr W ood moved to lay tha' motion ?n the table Mr Baoijcy moved the previous question. Carried. The motion to tecunaider wa? lout. Adjourned. Albany. July 21, 1353. THK RAn.ROAn ACTTDKfT TTIX Mr. W Taylor moved th*t the Roll oaA Accident bill Ire no ? 'end ? third time Carried and the bill w??read. Mr BtJRKOCOHS moved the referenne of the bill back to the Railiood Committee with loetruotiona to insert pn'ti'loM for the con-tru?'i?n by railroad coroo rations bf suitable tenceH catt'e guard , flic. He urged the tm portaii ce of sourd teoceii tie., claim'ng 'hat provisions upon ti'at. poirt were among the most Important that could he ir<?e't?d in the hill. Mr W. Taylor would be glad to have a fuiitab'e provi sion of this kind in tt e h II if there was titre The hill, an it now mrd^h, has received tie sanction of the public I tees ai d he hoped it would come to a vote at oooe Mr f ttfcKM wae opposed to home provnioos in toe bill It provider for brakeunen on the care, but not for sound h'kl<et He hKo ailnced to the provision concerning en i lo \ e? addicted to the uw of intoz'eating liquor* oUlui itg that every road should also orohibit tbe ? ale of liquor at the several stooping places along 'he road as the Ne?v York aid Eri? Koilroad Co 's road h\* already dooe upon tbat road lie w?a also oppeeed to thft-ah?ence of all provision* upon (be subject of fences Mr Bvrrocgiis uioved to refer the hill back to the Failroad t\ n.mittee. to make specific amendments. Car tied Tin* . DKTKRMIIfATTON TO 4DJO(Ttty p. s.e ssKa&sr tbrcrn^rar at 6 ?'c,ock tbe, had concurred i? tbe ' *" * that v. n. KL1TBUSH rtANK ROAD. Boad to ejliect tolls tn certain JteS" t0 leCOnS,4er WM CMrto* and bill read ,? . BTJJi KAMKn i^0rE0rut# the v,IUw? ?f Yookers. Xj naetd the am lajtog out Bu-hwiok. Tb? Ho??^V!S,NST,-V"u ?"M' ??"?. PeSywZa7o.Tcr.t0.rU?,,',Wer th# T?W ^Mlin5 *? bif ' V*?" ^^"^Xur^ Aocld^t uL:l,LtMm*aU< C? ^ ?^SEiS'S xas,-SJ,K!f?'3f^~4,'kM UDd8r Hl!Lw,MU? "f ,2? fHr to .omulr 00mpi,,/' Mr T ^JILAlmC AtlD P1C1M,: HAn.R(UI) nit.L Jd'r?OU"Er,n0Ve*that hlU no? ??v. if third mov,d to recommit the bill, and Dro gaged io tbe ?ork. ?o?ni? H (teuton is en Tant'bMh .LhItrhSVf,Hl thU *' one of ,he ">?*t i ai nor- I tou-e n. ?m 1 0 ' ?r the a-itioo of tue I Se, s ^ v/ ?i rc"""""" - sj&ss, s ftouM- tue Hi,m?ii?n beoenl? or C """""J *ad xisr.sr.r.o- - -tsm: 1 are Vh<Ul 'ead " 'hird 1iu,e <"??P***?, by Mr !? ur iT? 0F ?E "WWUlfcrs Biu. (.mi.I * ."t; 7? f ??"? '""P""" wn. .fcrarjr.rs.v^c"* Mr. P W. lUitic iQOv*d -.?e (trtjvioii rpieiti ,n 1**1 ,Jut niot"n c * the Ub'? tb^TiU?eD?h? 'thl*1"* ' r"e,eJ ftn,i ,h" hi" *<" read Trct,a,e?hm .nHuq''e ,'t't' V tben ??k?* '? "> vo V, ^7. VM ^ b> a'M "? "*>' 08, (6 rbe Mitwlrg U tbe vo'e ? the whigs ho uff |? Italic: ?cfcinwh ifsa, 8k:: te: |"Si??u?r?wsi! "d'^t^E }Act.i;,nt'e Vin Vr?nk? webb-iv ' ,r T,vior' r-ia waavi-R ^ ^ Mr ww.u / 1?" ^?rRT "rPKAcnifwrr Con mit.ee orTj Dutc'1?a?, from the Jnd'Oi^ry rTentH awsajsrai^f - ?? now'r^rfb^W,0' Hertimer mOTOd th,t a" WU ^ t ati/'a-ion of t^Vo^l^d" re""111"5 th6 "r refeired wi,h ?? Sl,PpP?rt<d Urrivfd"'^ rbiCh th<* ',r*otlc* of imi^oh^entH^A? ^?2rt sas^.srj&uW'i " sk lV" ? i. ,T "ir- ,ilat ??? L?vi s Chatlirid on tr^oi r?Lo? ,nf>II,0u* proo?ediDg <y,neoe^d at tbe hoa/e of S hid to?e?rtt,t?e,Iudh SM>f0'd?- Chnr"h "?d suppose four filriNlili: 'RM wou'd yo,. w,Icet .he othe. hl?v4ta^rwd,Df in tbe Cmal <1,. i q ? ? , _ *y nim. And du-v hfl A^kcd C4B oa-e oM f'e M^'thf \t '|f u ,'pt,al" *" in tri?'1 11 P"Q th p.rAuT- M?# ^h'^Tu^r :nhatbha?d ./.h^S ^He claimed* tb *'t?i t"1 ' now . ,r-tlf,0 f?r this Houae to deeide ^eM.V ,h?%' t abaction ?, juflge to sit in trial whether 'her Io,,ld Twhlrl C0"rt ,u contemPt or revere them In m the r e,r?"m','?oces in which they we .> nlaaed i T!"i (fen,,eni*n from Orlenrn (Mr , Ju,t 'ndnlg?d in a phillip o atr^init tha Pie- Went of the co ope ative br*n.h of thi, L^alltneL tot ?.r :b,tL U 1htib",', 10 ?nr new heno H or a??to"ssX"i^S- J&iiwi's.agja: "? the ^Rl?'?ture, and urged that thab.il t he fa ial mc*UH ^ afforded the court to cvr, or. l^.?;h^;aY0,k' previous m" M *' * ,h,r,! ""J lo-t, hT aye, 4ft ?l J 1H* CAXAI nKMN ?l.bts ir "PPtopri.l.r jf moners to the p?rmeat of oaml i.VinV thit *?lr,s r'c,a S"UI?,?- "Hh ? f ' 7k ,V h"'' c ocurred in two nmend ??n< no ?!d. In^U.m ^rift^T'1 ?,mC"r"Xl iU t,,e th"d' (th ' *? . ^rb^er^x^r insUt upon TTIK TlAtl.'lOAB TAX AAiD TOM B1I.I.. ? 'h.C of Ways and Means r?ni-M iBih" H hl11 r,'co,lmendiog a concur runiee in (he sroendments of the S-na'e uiibHl*n"n'i,I"DtH W"r# coneurred ??/ ayes 73, n.. k? i iTHT!aw.T0RK (twtiul park btix. TT>e bi.l to altar the map of the city of New Vor* bv Uytng out a public plaoe on the same, was reeeiv^d ^ointhe Heuats with amendments, which were concur ., .. ?HJi? K?AI> AJfT? PAflni). ?or th? relief of James W. Potter. T? aipend the charter o t the A uhara Female ~ ? * p*,9'Jo? W "''/rogates court* h*M by <mm\f I^m. To regulate the number of hour* of labor m puWte work* (letroduoed by Mr. D. B. Taylor, too hour* * d?? '? work ) To put iih person* guilty of wilfully obstructing the moult g of railroad cars. 1KB EXAMINATION OP THE CONDUCT OP tfTATK emciu. Mr. McLuir from the Printiog loomutM reported a r^soluti^n for the printing of 10 000 copte* of tbe report of tbe Selee*. Commit ee to examine int< the ondnct of tbe State officer*. for tbe u?e of ?uab ofllcara, and twenty eluht oooiea of botli tbe roajo-ity aid minority report* for each member of tbe Legi-latura THE TAXATION OP MI VIMTKKW Tbe bill to repeal tiie act exempting p opertr of mini* I tern of tbe go<pel from taxation waa rtad a thirl time aid lnat b? a>e?41, nay* 44. RtCOhH to 3 P M. AFTKKNOOX 3KS8ION. Tim HOLD IE RH IN THK LAST Will WITH ESOLAWP The e?mmitiee reported that to- b-'l for tb? rel'ef of tbe Mirvivlng 'oilier* of the war of 1812 required the as neat of two tbi'd? THK raw YORK MAKIXK OOUtT Tbe aveo^meet o' ?.h? Senate to rbe New York M* riee Ourt biU concurred in. It relate* to assaults and tlsider tuit*. HIK CENTRAL PAKK. Cnoourrerc* with tbe in its tmeodrneatH to the Central Patk bill ?a*> retuw-d. THK HLAVE TRANSIT BILL The Houae refund to nu?uei.d the ruin tt> take up Mr. P. B Tajlor h 'lave Tr*?>*lt hill TIIE TAXATION OP INIXJRPOLATKD C^MIMNIW The Senate's amendments to the b l< routlve to a? sfeanient of taxe* in incorporated ooui, anie<> were con eurrefi in. JONW' PAKK The Jore?' Park bill ?a> i ??sed. THE tFPAKKB OOMPUMEK fltl> AND ATTACKKD Mr Caky (?h*ii) o? a oga. offered a resolution for a vote of > bai U to i be Speaker Mr Ri'hpei.l Smith took tb? oh*ir, ebee Mr. Burroughs denounce J the cmirte or Ibe Speaker, b*a waLt of iinpiutMity in appointing committee* and in making tltcvior.s Ac &lo l'enr<t< g hi- -.raiark- rbe Speaker re?nmed t^e o*i?ir. HOARD OP MAN AOkKh TO PKOHETU f E MK. MATIIE* Tbe SpkakilR aui>outiced M?*srs Loon's Chatopiin. No b'e HsftiMti-. HeaciooH. Mc Harney anil Wood, manners of the impeacbmeoT c?h?. OPFO-ITION Tl) THE BPKAKER OONTTNltED? THE WI.VD UP. Mr Burroughs proceeded with hl< re<uart* against 8} rak?*r Lnrilow, ?bei. be waa called to order. Mr Loomu offered a resolution to reprmvod Mr. Bur ro> (jb- for aj Insult to the Cbair in bis remark* Nothing foilo??il upon this resolution. Adjourned sine die Bxitnihr Conflagration at Cincinnati. Cincinnati, Jul* 21 1853. A fire bt oke out about noon to-day in the large tooj factory cn the corner of Broadway a< d Eighth street, and moit of tbe hnuaea on the bl< ck east of Broadway, between Seventh aod Eighth street, we '6 burned. The wind was bigh, and it was with the greatest diffi culty that the flames were prevented from spreading fur'ber. The Ca'boliochttrch on Sycsmore street, four square* distant, waa at one time on 6re. Thn build'ng* deatroyed were mostly of wood. The loss i* estimated at $50,000. Death of Richard Henry Lee. Cincinnati July 21 1863. Richard Henry Lee, lately conSdential secretary of the government under Stci**arv Cor win, but more recently associate publisher of the Cincinnati Commercial, died in this oity at Ore o'clock this afternoon of bilious fever. Murderer to be Hung at Pittsburg. PirriBURO Jul? 21, 1863 nte dea?h warrant of Jewell, connected witb the mur der of Mitchell, on the 4th July, 1862, was unexpectedly reo?ived thif morning He is to be hung on the 2d ef September next. Bkctlon at Prince Bdward Island. Boston, July 21, 1853 Halifax j: nprrs motived by the Kuropa, aonout ce tha1 tbe cereervauTef bare carried Prince Edward Island by time majority, with one member in dispute. The Soutbet n Steamers. Savannah July 19, 1858. Ilie *team>hip Augusta, C*pt. Lyoa, arrived at her wbatf hete in nix ?nd a half hourii from New York. C itAKLEHTON, July 19 1863. Tfce U 8 mail steamship Southerner. Capt. John Dick inson. fros* N??r Yoik, arrived here at ten o'clock this morning. Ma kcts. Nbw Oslkans. July 18, 1863. The ealen of ootton on Saturday w?m 140G bales aud to day they 1 ive bocc 1 600 btle-i. Middling 1(i)jc. Bacon hides are eeiliz-g at 8^0., aad shouMorn a' i\c an* Oblbinh July 19, 1863. Th" tales of cotton to day reached 00;t b?in?. Dealers a'c awaiting tne ndticen per tbe Franklin aud Kuropa. Middling ij> quo'.fcd at 10\c a 103^c. Melancholy and Strand k. ? We are once more reminded of the terrible OOtUafaa of Anril last, nuar our city, by the following brief but inelMicholy sta*e meits. It will remembered that in the list of the dead were recorded four unknown pet-suns, a man, w>man. and two lads of about eleven and fifteen years of age, and they were buried without being recogntacd, with no friend to follow them to the urave, aud no inscription to be written above them but the sad one of tbe " unknown.'' It will be re membered also, that aa infant, very neatly dressed, was taken uninjured from the ruins but found itself among ptranuers, without one to claim or even re cognise it. It naturally excited the sympathies of many of our citizens, aud was kindly cirel for and UUBli in 9M ?f our most respectable flsafltei A cow was also on board the triin, for which no owner could be found. It was lear^d that all these might l>elong to one family, and after long continued aud faithful exertions such has been found to be the ca<-o. Tlie investigation has also elicited the following sad fact, that another young man who was killed, about seventeen years of age, and supposed to be Mr. Misner, from a card found in hi* pocket with this name npon it, was also one of the sons. The name of the family was Kellogg. They were moving from New York State to Minnesota." whither two older sons had alreudy gone, and leaving behind a dtugh ter of full age." These three remainiug members of the family have been here, havo reclaimed their in fant sister, and visite< I '.he graves of their parents and three brothers. This is the saddest tale of all connected with this memorable and heartrending cntas'Tophe. Its record will live in some families through iuore than one generation.? Chicu so Tri bune. ? SlKUT'LAR ANT> OeSPKRATK ATTEMPT TO MlR DkR ?The Hpringlield (Mo.) Xdvtrtiscr relates the following circumstance, which is about the strangest attempt to perpetrate murder, and an equally strange escape, that we have ever read: ? John Russell wws on his return hoinc to Btone county, near the mouth of .lume* river, when he was overtaken by three vil lains, who ev inced a disposition to stop his progress. He attempted to escape from them. They pursued him. and he took to the woods. His horse gave out, and he endeavored to escape on foot; he was taken, his threat cut, his pockets rifled, and he was left in a thicket, where it was supposed he would die. Hut he survived until next morning, when one of the wretches return* d and cut his throat again, lie had crawltd to a road and was tracked by his blood. Kimberling was coming alon^ just at the time, and the villain fled before he finished his work. The trachea was cut ho as to prevent articulation. Ho rode bark to UerrvV. got help, and returned as soon as possible. Wh'le he was g>>ne, the Hen i returned a third time, and told him he should not live to give evidence against lilm. The poor fellow armed him self with a knife, determined to defend himself. He was stunned with a blow from a rock, and his own knife again used to cut his throat. Whcu Kim berling returned , in a few minutes, he was removed to a neighboring house, where Mrs. Messenger stitched up the horrible wound, so that be was able to give this infonnntion. It is said that the poor fellow may get well. He swallow* water well, and breathes through the natural orifice. He hail but little money, and the scoundnta did not get thia,i>. The de-peradoes escaped. Nswf from inn Capf of Goon Hope.- The bnrk l'remont, from Cape of (5oo<l Hope, Jcne 2, arrived at this port last evening, says the Boston Trart/frr of the 2nth instant. The only news by this arrival is that there is a good deal of grumbling, in some parts of the colony, at the new constitution. At a meeting at (irabamstown, the new constitution was denounced a.-* tbe greatest cune which had ever befallen the colony: that under it the mot barbarous of the natives coold not only vote, but also becone candidates themselves, and that, so far as the franchise is concerned , they might as well have been born with black fates. Tlie (Jape Monitor, in the excess of its indignation against the terms of the peace, says that La ciue of further trouble between the colo nists and the aboriginal chiefs, Rngland will not foot the bill IY>r troops to subjugate, and asks what is to frevent tho Assembly from invoking the aid of the 'rcnrh, Dutch, or even Amorkans. With regard to tbe latter, he says: ? It In rumored that tlie Halted States conte npUte the removal of their South Atlantic fleet from Rio Janeiro to Table Bar; and at many expre<? an affectionate admire Hon tor the pro we* ? ai well as the repuMioaalsm of lire ther Jooathaa. it ia sot unlikely that in the event of such I a catastrophe at an unraooMsful Kafflr war, the spirit of [ Yankee ekivalxy w*u!4 aot be invoked ia rata. from Hew Haven . C0KRB8P0NDKNC* OP THE N. T. HKE4LP. Ntrw H*t*n July 21, 1868 Arrival of the \ne Turk Firemen? Incident* of their T/ip ? 1'rrfta. a'ion for the kXremen'i Celebration ifie The *?*w York firemen delegated to pertictoate la tb? c< fir tbe prize to morrow have arrived at the "Ci'y of Elian." We left New York at precisely two o'clock this afternoon, having on board abo it 200 of tbi flinneu of New York. The-e couponed three companies, viz the South* ark Ergine No 38, New Y'irk Hose No 5 M <1 ll<'ok and ladder Company No. 1. The Southwark Engine one of the finest in New York. the lorir and ponderous ladder* of Mutual No. 1 and the splendid hose cart of No. 6, were snug'y sto?edawsy on board the Massachusetts, and amid the cheers of the as^niHed thousands on the dock, who had gathered to seo us off, the steamer swung from her moor ings ard glided into 'he ft) earn Along ihe iii-er cr?wd? ot f peculators habited un, in answer to which salutations the bauds ou fco.ia s ruck up. nod an ?'lfusic srose, wi'h its voluptuous ? well,'' ?lis ?ho>e seemed to rejoice, and sent us lu return the frsgr.nce of its tiowois, aud the best wishes of its in habitant'. As we passed the Navy Yard the old North Carolina let. loose her tburdors, but whother her salute was in tended for us or for gues's about visiting her we a* yet do Dot know. The New Yoik Kiremen ate a modest seto' boys, arid are n? t noxious nor wil'.ing to appropriate to themselves hoi ors that do not cloarly belong to them I hope lio?evor, for the cedit of the veteran snip, and for tbe appreciation of her cf*?, tie guns were la hinor of tbe New Voik tiremeu. I never koew or associated with a met" g<*n?iou> or Rkntletnaiily set of men thai those delisted "n tl.-? pre eit occ*?ion. They aie ? ome of the ^<c>?td c in Sv*r York, ai.d whether to raor row tbej e*rr\ <'ff t h? pHz? or not. io their hands the hoi or i.f mi- ^epa!"* entof ?hlnh they form an ornament will bo Di.blj tuslmn< ] I'bey all fe> 1 sanguine of success to morrow. but de'-ar cauno' ?1?ai* be ?v iid"d and in mm* cares riefe.-tt is not, o. bouoraMo, aod ii any o her company thou id win tbe palm to mirror one thing is ct-rtsitt. their victory will n"t be ?n ea-y one. About foui o'clock the company on board the Msssa chu-ettM sat dt>?n to a sumptuous dinner. Asthnhiur approached sacoe be* an to grow uiiov, and, tftft tug that * Nature t bfcer* a vseuum "kuiany hands were laid uuoa stomachs. Indication tbat at that particular time ninny vacurs* existed. At leng'h a spokesman, who was we corned as a ministering anitel arose wltn the digni ty of Mokch; and when silence bad been obtained he de livered the following satUfactory hut luoinic speech: ? "Gentlemen dint er is leady. All form id single die. and go to grub. There is plenty on the tables, and If then is not enough will be put on, so we don't want no grumbling ' ' The spesker was lost In the orowd, the company soon found thum-elves at tbe table, ard immediately the go>d tbii'gs were being stowed away about at fa?t as strong and able-bnvi'ed n en could do the business. After the loner m?n bad been full* attended to, dancing, ring ii g. std playing c?rds, were the attractions of the day. Tbe three excellent hands of mu?lc, consisting of Adams', the Empire, and Bloom field's, gave us excellent muMc: aod as the notes rolled over *'1he deep blue waters of the dark blue sea," the rippling wateis seemed to danoe to the enrapturing strains We arrived in New Haven about 8>* o'clock, and found the docks one swarm of humsn beings, waiting to receive 'he New YO*t delegation. At tbe time I write the New Haven firemen aie preparing to give the New Yorkers a receation and sre about to give them a torshlight pro cession. I will give you the full particulars to m'rrow. PAX VOHIdCUJl. Domestic Mlacrllany. Jame? B. Neli-on. a i rinter. formorl? of Louisville, Ky., waa drovbtd at Kocin>-rt on the 12th last He wm bathing. and being ?elz?d #ith cramp, dro?ne<l. We notice in our *xohaDf?a that Clay Sprinpi Hanover oounty, Va , the birth pUoe -f Henry OU?. aad Atbl&nd, his residence, la Kentucky, are both advertiaed for a?le. A lump of coal weighing About Hf'een tons iu brought to Baltimore on it r. day lai>t. b? the Parker Vt-ia Ompany. It ia to he brought to New York far ex hibit ion in tbeCijatal I'alice Soioetlni g like fo-'y bill* of Indictment, hare been found b} 'ho 1 1 Jmy of the United State* Circuit Court iti Mitbigu.:i auitiui-t pariea engaged in depreda ting uptin the govomu- ent timber land*. Tba Hi an>D Catholic papers of Montreal nay that the Ixnuijiae <iava/.zi it, nw in I'm cany, aud that the G&vazzi ot Uiic <ou.?;y if?>j 'in pooler. An intone woiran Mrs. K^rbv, sumo tioie airo threw berrflf fiom n ?l,<ow in tbo Pennsylvania Hotpitil, lltthbuv, aid tb>. tN <-k of tbe fall h?? ba.d the elfcct of ;e?torii g her tlip u-?i m her reaaou She *'i?tA<ned severe b Jily injury but tbe Mi v?iel*n>< think ahe will recover. Ooii N ]' Tallma Ibo Food tin Luc. ih lecturing nun tb>> fubjcct of " Sj.i: itual Manifest ationa.'' lie is a firm believer. A saw mill b?loniMPir to Philip Kimball waa dettrnyed by ilie in luavich un the loth inat. Supposed to h?re btit-n 'be aot of at) inueb Jiarv . Loj? $10,000; insured for $4,460 Bnrtio> I>d<1y. vrjio ??? indicted at Albany for the mur der ot h 8 will ha.- beer acquitted. The pople of Hart'ord bave vo'wl by a Urge Majority in favtr ot the introdui "ion ot pute water ic M that city. Mr. Warner, n corduoUr an the K.itland and liurliwrion Railroad, w?- fcilicd on tbe 1.1 th intt by falling between two car- while tb? train was in motion. 1h>> btll abrli-tii tr cipi al pmu.huient has b*en aigned by tbe Uottmor of Wisconsin. An Inihonant Ho ran ok Rbikesentativjir. ? Tbe fo'lowing resolutions, ia relation to the acquit tal of Judge Levi Hubbell, t?y the Senate, have been introduced in the House of Representatives of Wis consin : ? Wlieirm. 4hla Honte exhibited articles of UnDf vch m#t>t*zai l.evt Hubiwll. Judge of the Second Judi cial Circuit, for eo/rupt conduct in off, -e, and for criuea and i .1- tf??>e?nor?. before the honorable Senate And wl<ere?- me managers of tb? liouse adduced evidence cati'iar nrj to this H iu?e in i:i:rn' >ninji? aad aupport of ?.uei> iiMiienchment Avi .. hcr->.is tho honorable Her? e l a? therenpOP ?ci| iiti?d ?lio n>d r.svi Hubbell. Kerolrro, That auoh acquittal la uriiatUKctorr to thi4 Hou-e and. aa the Hou-o bWiercs, unwarrauten by the ?vMence, SBOOTIKfi AfKRAT. ? i. ClIBiiVMAK IN A Fioht. ? The monotony of our city was disturbed, ft day or two since, by a vcrv serious contention be tween Mr. Rider and the lie v. Mr. Hill. It seems | that amon*i many causes of trouble, the latter hid used dierecpecttiil language toward the family of Mr. Rider, who appears to be a very peaceable citizen, and who very properly resented tho insult, and soup lit some .ipulogy, which being refused, he ad ministered a lew slights of hand, Then the reverend gentleman drew u pistol and fired at him. Rider seized the pistol and escaped the charge, and after a lew more illustrations of the cuflicg science, the scene ended. ? Chattanooga ( Trnn .), Advertiser, July 16. M I'KiiKit ik Onemia County, ? lames O'Rryan was killed, on Sunday night, 17th inst., by a man named John McCanuon, at Boonville, in this county. We have not all the particulars, hut learn that some difficulty had existed between tbe parties, and that McCnnnon first knocked 0 Bryan down with a stone, aod iftliwanh taHtaM him with a knifa. He had been drinking, but it is said was not venr much intoxicated. M< Cannon was lodged in jail in this village ? Rimic Sentinel, July l'J. Awfvl Catastkophk. ? On the afternoon of Wednesday, the 22d ult, Mr. Itaglaud, tho overseer of Colonel Wm. Pjrtur, with twelve negroes, and about as many horses and mules, took shelter from the 6torm in a largo shed on the plantation, which was struck by lightning, knocking out the end of the building, and killing two negro men, four mules and twa horses. Colonel Porter's i.lace is situated about seven miles south of Jackson, Miss. SUDDCN DKATM OK A FaTHKB ANII pAPOnTKR. ? Coroner Pratt was called this morning to view the bodies of Edward Carne*. rigger, ami Elizabeth Young, bis daughter, who died suddenly yesterday, sit tbeir residence, No. 2s Hull street. Both the de censed were as well as usual on Hunday. The phy sicians report the cause of death to be cholera inor ' hns. Others of tho family were also sick, but are out of danger.? Eo-itmi Traveller, July l'J. "Carhy Me Back."? Two slnvei who ran off from tlis estate of the late Win. Tel t, of Parkersburg, Va., about two years ago, and went to Ohio, huve re cently voluntarily returned to slavery, on the ground that they wt re suffering for food, and were unable O procure work. Three others, who ran off' at the sa ne time, and were anxious to return, were prevented by the abolitionists, who forcibly detained their chil dren. Brkar on rBK Ebik Canai ? One of tie lower pates of the river lock near Montezuma gave way on the night of the 14th Inst This lock vs as enlarged last winter, and the gates new. This wijl necessarily detain the navigation some K to 48 toura, owing to the difficulty of getting mechanics. Forf.ion Vick CoNBtJi. ? Ewwbio Jose Gomeis. lias been officially recognised by the President e^ Vice Coniral of Sardinia for the State of Florida^ to reside at Key Weat. Ohio Rivnt ? At Pittaburg on the 20th inat, there were bat twenty-two Inches water tu the chan nel of the Ohio river, ?nd faUiog. Flgfct with tki Beaver bland Mornwi Mi Men iMnnroualjr Wonnand [fma the Cbleigo Journal Jul/ M 1 We are indebted to Captain E. 8 Stone, of the bark Morgan, who arrived here yesterday, for the following extract from his log-book, detailing a bloody reno?a tre tietween a party of Mormons from Bea"tr Island and a party of citizens from the main shore : ? Hakk Mom. an from Sauina w kob Chiuaoo, ) July 13 fl o'clock P. M , 186S f Off bead Bearer J -land, 16 a>tle? from the main opposite PiDe River, Miob. . wind S 8 K.. light and ote?r. Heard reports of firearms and loud about* as of a general mtUe on the main. Directly saw two am ill boats coming off from the settlement at Pine river. Immediately saw another large fish boat in pursuit of the two ahead, all apparently filled with men. A. brisk fire was kept up from the stern boat noon the two other*. As they approached, saw there wa* trouble and excitement. The two boats ahead wen endeavoring to get clear from the more powerful aa Hailants in tue larger boat, which was fast gaining on them, keeping up a brisk runuing fire without re ceiving a shut in return. In this condition the two head bouts approached within hailing distance of oft, and bejrged us to take them on board and affjrd them protection, to which I asneuted, and they came on hoard. The boat in chas<j, now about fifty rods dis tant, "threw up" and lay on their oars, ceased tiring, and hailed us, forbidding my receiving the cursed Mormon* on boird ? that they were pirates, deserved death, and should die, as al*o all those who protected them, Ac., Ac., to all of which I mildly replied, that the affair was somewhat an exciting one, and that j could not permit them to approach any nearer the vest el, in their present excited state, at which they held a short consultation and then rowed off for the shore from whence they came. Pine river. Upon an inquiry into the affair and an examination of i he wounded win had come on board I ascertain ed the following facte: ? The party consisted of fif teen men, among whom were the High Sheriff of the Mi rmon county, (Beaver Island,) ytlier officials, oiti zens, Ac., all Mormons, or adherents of the Latter Day Saints ; six of them were severely wounded. From all appearances they had a narrow escape from their infuriated pursuers. Rifle balls had shat tered and riddled the boat, and had indiscriminately broken legs, arms, thighs, Ac., of the boats crews, but miraculously escaped taking effect in immediate vital places. Six men were wounded, but none mor tal ly, though more than two hundred guns are kaowa to have been fired, all in short range. The following is the list of wounded: ? Isaac Pierce, au ounce ball Through his arm, btttt bones brokeu. It is hoped his arm will be saved. A. J. Porter, shot through the hip; the ball pasaad* as he sat on the rail of the boat, lengthwise of the limb, stopping at the knee; doing well. A. .1. Hall, severe flesh wound in the arm jost be low the shoulder; bled profusely, but not danger* uahr. J. T. Pierre, Alexander Wentworth, and Loom Briggs slightly wounded. After the excitement had somewhat subsided, and the- wounded had been lcared for, to the beak of my ability, I obtained the following informa tion in relation to the general fight, difficulty, Ao : ? Beaver Island is settled with a majority of Mormons, By late legislative acts it has been net off into a coun ty, towns, Ac. The inhabitants have proceeded te organize, elect oflRcere, Ac. The Mormons, being in the ascendancy, of course carried the election, aad the test in politics was Mormons and Ueiitilaa, (not whigs, democrats and free soilers.) The gentile* were beaten in the election, and when they saw their situation came ,to the determination to be noa-aaton; that is, claimed no organization, subject to no law, especially to no Mormon law. However, the authori ties that be went legally in, ard in pursuance of law, the sheriff on this occasion had proceeded to tha s township of Pine River, in said county, to summon three jurymen to attend the County Ceurt. then in session at Beaver Harbor. U pon tne sheriff* s landing' to summons these jurymen, the gentiles of Pin* River township assembled with arms, sticks, stones, Ae., protesting against any law. especial'y Mormon lair, ordered the sheriff oT, and the running fight, u be fore described, then and there commenced. The party on arriving at Beaver island went adhora in their own boats, and from appearances the iQtttar will not be settled without further bloodshed. Supreme Court? In I'hunbm. IVfore Hon Judge Edw?rds Trradwell and Trmdwtll VI. Bartholomew W. Linch. ? This ?a? an application t > re-open a own lolore a relercncc, for the purpose of pro luring R book of accounts. The Judge said it id a matter of discretion with a referee to open a cause after it baa been submitted to him for the purpose ei hoeriag further testimony. In this ease, I think, the (taxa tion whs properly exercised. Eriuard />? Leily ?.v. Janus Wright Motion grunted , on payment of $10 oosts and all disburm mente. Join D. Abrahams vs. Eliza. 31. Stern. ? In t'llg cose, the Judge sui.i it appeared from the affidarits that the detciidnnt was in default before big anawvr was put in; but an hU answer discloses a defenoe, ha must be permitted to put it in, on payment of tit costs of this motion and the disbursements. Another Fugitive BUv? Cm in ddphU [From the Rspriiig Bulletin. Jtilv 'il 1 UWTKD J-TAU'.S CoVMI-SNttfKR'S OlTlOR ? llrforv OjIMaifl ! .-intier E 0 irgialiHm ? This in on. I r. ^ a colortd una, r? i MtnU; about twtn*\ flvo tear* cf nge, wat b oiwbt Uetoif Coin n o: iorier Inure n i m, on a warrant issued by lilV, chaigod with belt* a fugitive (rous labor. HU claimant I* J C) HosvinJ, r-f Cecil county. Maryland. Ilia all Jtil fugitive r\-aa Dot repr?-en'e?l by couaseL From tbK fact, and In con^iueuoe of hi* p otex.a ttons that lit- Id a free n an, bom In FeUcrHTille New Jeri-ey, the Cenimljalorer postponed 'he heniog t* give au ojij "rtuiii'y to hsve gucb pert-ons notified is Nt!?JcrMyni could -trove the tru'h o' ih* prinouer'a MUtemmfe and ta ?*> tiro 'be attemlsi.ne of onnnoL The colon <i man g*v* ? he ranim of numcicn. white faraa er? te-fdh'K near Salem. who he Mid. could tent if/ ta his b^irg a free man. lit '< s married man, :??d baa been livlt g on a sniall cU<:e is Kof'.ersvi'le New Jer?ay, opposite rhilaCelobla, wh<*re his nifeat present reside*. He ban been following the water and ean resd, but net . write, iii i arrest took place yesterday morning ta.tha 1 >- gr psrt < . the i.ity. fhe prij oner alle.t ri owaa a and about four aero* of land a'. Hmh'o wn, about nine f*om Sal?m, where he worked for ?e?eial yoara. He ia o Kreemaaoo, boloi ging to a lo<is-e in Oanden. It M<i>eai? that about four or tiro weeks ag > he wai a Treated on a chnrge of riot bj a cons'. ihle and t>eni to prison, but the colored Ma*ons of I'hiUdelpliia, obtaining a knowledge (if the circumstanon, Interfered, and the pti.-oter was di chargrd frou orison af'er being ta du'aice frtiw -'urxlay until Vhitrsday. 11* ?a? agala ar re tfd r'_.y, >? he allege^ on the charge of ewlaf C'l-t* in the former caw, wn< teat la home pbioe orec night, end 'bis morotrg taken to the office cf A idertaaa Dallaa, cf Moyanieoning whnre he wax detained without any peraon appearing ai/alnHt him nntil iboUnitad dtatea Dmhf MarHhal a-rivcd al the oflice with the warrant fi r hiit arrert. The information waa ooreyed to tha Mart-hara (dice by (Jeo f Alberti, who eeema to have bad the tnar aeetneat of the arre^.. The warrant far bia arre?t name' him aa George Smith. Peraonal Intelligence . A salute of thirteen guns ??< fired frm the United 1 State* ship North Carolina, jentenlay, at noon, oa tka occasion of the via it of General YiUamll, Minister frou I'coador, to the Navy Yard, Brooklyn. Hon. Henry B? dinger, of Virginia. Ckarge de Affair* ta lVoni m i k ; lli.n ThuniM M Footn, of BnfT?Io, la'e Charge de AIT:>irM to Auatria; Hon. M. How. Indiana. Judge Km brt'e d > ; Hon. H. H Henry, Vermont, arrived ia tklt city y?hterday and are occupying apartment* at the M? tiopiditan Hotel. fltaJH PE?AJtri ri:s. For I.lverpool, in tl e itonraebip Ameri'-a. fro* Roltea? Mlrs I.evln, Uoo X Fanvn, L P Uoldan, W A Math i<w?, S Tiltim. M A nir.jkmpr. Hone* Williams. Kltby Page. Lcari'r "f ilinpatebea, C B UaaUns*. Jas Stark, J Ocdea, nnJ Mrs Vii>ery, <if Boston; John B Cl.mnfc *"d wire, of Boyl<ton: (Jei.r?? R Balnb. or Newburypint, (Jen Charter tin *nd John Lloyil, ?\f Protdsnee; C H Unmphreyiw of Mnine; N Franklin, cf Naw Haven. C Spriagev, aa< W aa Brown, of New York: -? ltealt of Philadelphia, Andrew MeLfan, of Pes nrylvanin., John Stevens, of Ualtir^ore: llenry Roti't, of (.h^rlesto-v, P P R*d< r wife and s?n, of St l.nr.ii; ?* i MUses Waenler and 6 Whteler, of lleblle; I McGee. I, Bunnrman inii B lloraon, of New Orlekaac -Israel Kasha* anil wif*. >f Cali'nrala; Edward fcly. Costal to fnmtiav; Shortd ?? . Jamrs ll?*fn John Mciisa t'haa Pstlon, .1 B Kemp J H Wsnsh, John Ball, A lUiUajis, ? Beard nn i ? Frater. of St John. N B; Ml?? l,or, Captain Andtraoti and wiTo, A Hfbbard, and Henry M-rg'.ft. of Moat real; ,C?ft C It Ford, wifo and ?on. of Kiy?' Rngiaeersj ? Low, M B Seymour and (l?n Gamble, of C*avta, Edwt Tajloi, of ToT. nl<x; twi Mi'tfii ( urtr -bn two Mlseea c?rt-?rlsht l'-jte* l?lehl snJ wife, of k .n, John P ltaile) and mifc. ofCnha; Janes Wilson and wife and Robt Ba'sntirie, of Liverpool; Wm McKeen, of Zxntdoa; A Bal lirshy. Angal de Viran, and Robert Brown of hn<land; J*a Letal man, and. C 11 Canpbt-ll and sin, of Seotland;? Stlnch, aad ? Armada, of Madrid; Hitsy Covert, of Ce< bum; ? No.,-arct, of Fmnce; two Mlsios Boruudens. and ? k'chereria, ?1 Wrst Indies: ? Chacon, aAd Bclgaio? 99. From Nortolk, Riclimord and Peterabnra, in the steam shin Jan-Aatown?T S Baldwin, K B Cone, Jss R hee, ii Hodge. A M Jones, John Scott. W H Harrison, MraCK Sanndefs, Wm Mnmfotd, 11/ II A'laa, James H Colnmaa T BColwnan David Tnmer, John Puesleu*. J H l.aln, Peter H Ditaon. Wm Bonohoe, Wm MuBonald, Wm u Baldwin, Wm P llcCortell James Ltlot* James II Gray d son, Mra Hopkins and four ahlldren, k|Ws M 1'attlsra, Mrs S ana* ?Java Mrs Williams and son Jas B BudweUand lady, Miss A. Ustri.cs, Mrs S Taylor Edwia H Rhodes, ihos V Smith, Mlsa jodd, Miss llosmer. Miss fe Bnny anti servant, ch tries W Allen, lady and infant; A G Bower*, lady and ?ea; Mine Ball. Miss Lowing; A Marrington and family; W? Browaley, lady aad daughter. Mrs 9w?n and daoghter, Cw LeeaarL M Y Davidson. W ? loormaa. Co as Batehe, Jss O Trailer, J C Mnrick. ( hsrles R Barksdale aad lady; D T MareatL lady and eblld; Mra L A Hoole. Miss 9 ETosd. Silas Tottsa, lady aad Ave children. Thos Flerr ete, J H Tborntea, C 9 Regaw, J 8 Wlnthrop. John Mager, Mra V Jeass. Mra John Charles, John Wiaaat and lady, Mia J Okriftepker, Mra Balae* Joseph Sslden. John Larkia, A a so a Jonee, dssrgai Linen, Joseph H lloola, ??IM Chapman Mias R MoGswa^ Ckas Colgate, A W CroweU, Fraak Devalla, Wm ? Wotu2 aaiS# ia tk? staeraga. ARRIVALS. rremPoaee, PILJa soke Arittts-R W??v*r, R Wetrtf Jr, M fnm, W rkiltipa, Jan.) PbiOipa, R Phillip*,