Newspaper of The New York Herald, January 31, 1849, Page 2

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated January 31, 1849 Page 2
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and tbt> rwalt kan b~m tha* tha dIhaa aon**ared rl In Grti'i Ion Lao? Ho#pit?l. og the n<-rth il l< of Loo- X don. wnera eon e of the children ??rg r???l?nl. ??4 ? many denttln here ?-n?ued (n that ln??!lty, berldaa e lnelatcd ranen of children who had had no eonnnotlon t with tboae rrmoerd from Tooting. 'o thn wnret port of t Soirertown a filthy Inrall'y the dineaee nee mil to be f breaking out. and a good deal of alarm prevail* The | dlfordrr at prevent hn? heen limited to the humblent clanran; and t erry thins tenda t.o proea that the din- ) earn coin ml'* Itn grrateet ravagne tba 111 olad. 1 poorly fed ala?een of tha people. No expeoaa or anargy i Of purpore aeem to be wanting am"t>g?t 'he giterdiari- of fba puhllo health, to meet and counteract this frightful eleita'lrn. It la entWfao'nrr to add that tha general health of tba niriropo |? te good; only 1131 deaiha occurred laat week, awalnet tha flea yearn' average of 1.169. In tha prneinr?-a. tte reiuron he deemail natlnfactory. tha nuioher belnggeneral'y limited to between flea and ten da'ly. throughout F.uglaud In Scotland, however, the dtneana naamr to make rapid atrldea, enpeniaily in Qi??gow. I.ant wank, the ranee In that cl'y frequently exceeded 160 dally: but during tha preeant week tha number ha* alarmingly Inertaeed. On t'ttenday tha official caaee ; ware 160 in Glargnw. and 246 for all Scotland On i Wrdneedae the Glasgow report had rlnen to 316. 109 ] or ?oiid nan proven ra'ai, and in naa ri>oor? 'i, wblUt in all Scotland. Including Olaagnw. tba n umber of fraah car*** * ? 347. In Beifaat. ?? are happy to add the malady baa not made great progreaa; In thelaat two daya reported tb?r? were hut 3 ??? oa?a*. aad no dratba. The alteratlone of tba t?mp?ra'ure hare been extreme during the laet fortnight Krem a very aevera frort we have now milder weather, and yet no apparent change baa taken plaoe In the dlanrder The mean temperature of laet week waa 30 den. 7 mln .the highest bet rift 24 if eft fi ml n aDd 'he lowert '27 deg. I mln. The barometrical preeeure ie row hither, and a ioM deal of rain baa fallen in tbe eouth of Kogland. Franoi aeema to h?'? earaped tbe malady hitherto; it would be a frlgblfol aggravation of the euffarlng of the poor in Peril If tbe cholera ehould appear In that, capital We trnat tbat the indloatione ef an inoreaae of eholara reported for th'a publication. will a?aume a dllTarent a?pect during the next fortnight and 'hat the disorder, both In London and Olaagnw. will be oonflned to the localities where It baa anpeared. [From th# St Peteraburg Journal. Don 80 1 The official Journal of the kingdom of Poland bob, talna tbe following ?tati?tlo? of the cholera alnee Ita flrat appearance, to the 18th T)?neraber Waraaw. 4,088 oaaea?2 445 reooverad, 1818 died: government of Waraaw, exolualv* of tbe capital. 11 804 caei<g-S.S47 recovered. 8.146 died; government of Lnblln, IS 355 caaea?8 023 recovered, 8.628died; government of Radon. 4,807 caret?1 820 recovered, 2 3ao died; gorerameat of Plook. 7.317 oaaea?8 238 reearared. 4.010 died; government of Angnatown. 8.048 onata-ft 217 recovered. 2 775 died. Total, 61.214 ca?ei?26.985 recovered, 28,560 died. Forelwn I tiourrlrala C arietta Oriel arrived recently at Barlln. Thorn Will. It la said, be a cibal against her, whloh if to break out In oase of applause. Har opponent* will ooneiet of tba admirers of the y oung Tagiloui, whe is a favorite at Berlin. Mr. J Wallack is recovering from a seTere and protracted alokaess, and will soon appear at the Haymarket. A Liverpool paper says:?Sinoa the time of Prince Albert's visit, Liverpool has not been in such commotion as on Saturday last, on tba oooaslon of Jenny Llnd's visit to sing at a concert for the benefit of the Southern and Toxteth Hospital The concert took place at the Amphitheatre, at two o'eloek in the afternoon; long before which hour. Great Charlotte street was orowded with carriages and pedestrians Vehicles came pouring In from all parts of the ooun'ry, nod formed a continuous line tbrongh several streets. Jenny was in fine voice, and ber performance being gratuitous, produced suoa a furor of excitement and admiration that the immense turn of XI,600 was realized by this, tbe most crowded concert that hat ever been given in Liverpool Tba Ampbltbeatra. in this town, is likely to become tbe fashionable theatre Miss Curbmen has been performing a round of ber celebrated characters beta with immense success, ber last graat bit being the part of Bienoa, in Mitotan's play of ' Fazio." than which a mora magnificent piece *f tragic acting waa never witnesaed on the stage. Crouds have been to witness it, and there bas been but one j piDion as to its merits. On Saturday night last Mtaa Curhman performed Meg Merrill**, among her ?u dlence being no less a person then Jenny Llnd Jenny was greeted with a tumult of applause, and made b?r aonearance in front of her kmml e?? -- knowledgmeuts. A new melodrama. from the pen of Albert Smith, hu been produced at the O'ytnpto Theatre, with great success. It li entitled " The Headsman." and is the first innovation upon the legitimate drama, being in one not. Mr. Machay. the celebrated delineator of Scottish character, bee been playing at the Theatre Royal, Liverpool, around of obaracters He is taking a farewell tonr previous to his retirement from the stage. Tbe performance at the Liverpool Theatre Royal, fer tbe benefit of tbe widow and orpbane of the late Mr J. Hammond tbe oomeaian, will realise about ?240. Mine Cuehman generously gave bar servioee gratuitously on tliis occasion; and Mr. M Simpson, the lessee of tbe theatre, with equal kindness, made no charge wbatevir for tbe use of it. Tbe performers in ] tbe orchestra, and the persons employed about tbe i bouse, in like manner declined payment for their I services. ] Rubi, the Spanish drarraMst, the author of the f comedy "La Ruaoa da U Fortune " whleb has had a 1 great run at the Theatre del Principe at Madrid, and 4 other popular pieces, had conferred on him tbe deooTAtinn fit thss rrHnr r,f Phuvlae IV A Paris papsr states tb? *1t?ociation dtt Ctntditnt l Ftarifatt tad lateJj on tba books noma vary aged rn'idi ' as among tbeir recipients The following list contains ' the caura of these pensioners. according to tha so- c nlority of their protcsslonal cirwr ; it la curious, like- 1 wire hs showing tbe 1< fcgevity of performers;? M Frag- 1 b?d, father ot the Kr?nch stage, 81 years old ; M. 1 Meriel 78, Madame Mallei. 76 ; vtadame Brunet, 76 ; 1 M Bergeioneen, 72; M B goon. 76; M Poogln, Sen, 1 71; V Bouucoi 81; Madame ' latren^on 91 ; MaJemtlselleZce Duquesnole, 72 ; M. Masson. 73 Among 1 tha nomber, it vrlll he perceived, la a demoiselle 72 years aid! O'Nell. fathar of Mlaa O'Ne'l, waa the manager of a mall strolling company In Ireland He waa an eccentric of tha first water If any member of bis company disappointed him. (a common occurrence) O'.Neil bad one speech, "t.onfusion burst hta e-ull?a blackguard' What will I do? Hera give me a coat, and Ml double fcla part with my own " The great coat was the uoiTeiael panacea, whatever the general costume of tha play might be If tba burled majesty of Denmark complained to Mr O'Netl of tba lack of ermoor in the wardrtbe tbe manager would ?hru? up hie sboaldara, and after a pause exolaltu Oh. bother! Sara If yea put o? a great coat, yell do very wall." Mattara of much greater moment ba niat ?ita tba aama ooolaaaa. Once proraediog by a large barge along a email river, tba captain and O'Nail quarreled and lu a souffle tba forirar knocked tba manager overboard. 11a swam to tba abort, and called out '-confusion burat your aoull! 1 suppose ycu thought I oouldo't ewlm " A knot of novices onca joined Mr O Nell, and baring played 1 actaa three weeks without tacelrlng any salary. they determined to proceed againat hiuj at law The mans 1 gar met ibelr demand by a let off tor a considerable 1 aum due by them to him for spoiling a'l the plats and ' farcea they appearad In To avoid tbli sjp.isi, their ' c a m was abandoned O"Nell's company seldom ax- ' ceeded e'ght rr nine In number, acting In barne. kg. 1 In thta aebrol If school It can be called. Mlaa O'Nail ' learned the rudiment* ot her profe-telon. Mrs Siddona 1 bad a similar training. > Tba Karl of Westmoreland baa raeantly published, at Berlin, a new opera called - Pedro," of wtilob tba locai papers speak in the bigbeet terma; and, at the aama time tb-y pay hie lordship tbe bight at eomplimaota far bla patronaga of tba floe arta. tepeelally r lalo and for tna anconragenit nt be allorda to emm .t artiata by always Inviting tbam to hla ?<n. i't ai , paying them particular atteatton, although eurrouL cj by royalty and tbe flrat nobility of the land. A London paper aaya : ' Tba dramatic entertain- j mante ccmmanded by tier Maje-ty. at Windsor Cattle, proceed, aa they commenced with entire aucoeea All the pleaaa represented ? various end onmio - have gone ' (IT la a manner which has called firth tho distinctly ' expressed approbation of tba court?a oircumstaooa which, while ft CKDDot but he most gratifying tc the 1 1I?U1- V'U II Vfrj D|!l?rlD( tribute to tbe managerial real and Uot of tbe director, Mr Cha*. | Kean Procee.Mrg upon tbe eyefem of alternating Ight I and amurtng vaudeville. .with the ol*?*io chtf i auirti i if the etage the p ay f presented last evening >U i "Hamlet." Mr Charier Keen of enuree taking the great part 1 he caual acting verrton of the tragedy I ea-given with however eome exeleloaa pa'tly prompt- 1 id by a ienae of the peculiar elrcHmatancea uoder 1 which the repteaentatlon took place?partly by the t jbjucal reerMitlee of tbe II tie theatre to the Rnben'a t toon Tbeghoetpgit wai rllghtly ahortened and the whole of the grave dlgg* re' ecene v,i left out. ae the very ecapty apace at tba wlnga of the theatre rendered J tbe Introduction of the ootttn a matter of phyrlcal 1m- , ) o'alhlllty The tragedy, therefore, pmovaded neoe?. , artly curtailed of its entire proportlona : Domhletcn'* Serenadera are drawing large houeea In London. Jenny L'nd wltneaaed frim a private bog. the M*g Merrtiieeof eilaa Cnahman Itwaatha Oral time abe had aaen It and during tba performance ahefrequently teatlfled her approbation At the termination of the opera, abe begged to be Introduced to tbe great tragio actteaa, and tba commerce of comcllmenta ear, of eonrae. exceedingly agreeable to both ladlea Her friend* wlabed her to leave on tba termination of the play, hot aba preferred ataying to see tba pantomime. Tba littla girl who enacted tba gooae delighted the Nlnbtlnaaleeo mn*h that ahe renoaated ah? mt-Ki k brought into hs r box. Th? ohtid (Uttered by her B praise. bat we* mora delighted on heariog order* for , prevent One of the *uite gave her a alxpeooe?in Biatake, no donbt, tor half a sovereign. f fi Miscellaneous. |, LaTTta* to Amil?k a. - Oeneral Poet Offloe, Jan. L IMS.?Some donbt* appearing to exist, whether inland <j noatag* 1* to b* taken In tb* United Kingdom upon ri letter* addreeeed to b* conveyed between the United E Kingdom and the I ntted State*, by the oontraot pack- V ta belonging to the United state* government, It ia ft neoeaaary itabould be nnderatood that no poataga II wbatevar la to be taken in tbie country npon the let- ft tern In aneation aa the poatage due r.,r their oonv*y- N once will be collected In the United Statea. Letter* A forwarded to the United Statea by the Brttt.h oontraot *1 sail packsta. or by any private ahlp, are liable to the te mbo rate* aa haratofora. ? Twa Baraeia or (Jbbat n*ttain ?The quarter's T revanaa, th* account* of wbl*h will be mate up to- Pi night, will exceed ooaetderably that of the correspond- J< Ing period of loot year, on both tho ordinary and the R eaeoal branobee. Tho whole ezoeea will prubably not N ho leea, hut reth#r more, than ??uo n?o. The Cnetom* revenue for th- quarter will alone ahow S an laereaae of more than ?600,<H4 The Eiiim will & alao perbap*, exhibit a email Increase : the malt, paper < and snap doilea Yielding more, and hrloke. hope, and ? spirit* laee. than they did I act year The aeeee?ad tax** r had property tax will, we *xp?ot. be nearly the *ame j J< hewing, probably, Id theaggregate, a d?nreat>? of some 160,000 or ?00 000 There will b? a deorwaea. bat sot letge oar, upon the Stamps ttdtb> Post Ofllae rangr, marking tba general contraction if buslneai wtwewntbe lief quarter af I?47 and that of 1848 In be aggregate, the urdtoary reeeoue will probably yield or tbe quarter about ?400,000 more tbaa la the tame xrlod ot I*at year. Tbe revenue 'ton caeualsources will ba looreesed by t rata derived from 'be sale of atorei ; and may be elected to yiolil ?110 000 m >re than in the January juarter of U48. Tbe iviieDos of the ststs of tbe country conveyed by there ncc-unte la even mora gratifying than tha appearaofe of enlarged supplies is welcome at tba Bkobtquer ? l.ondun iilabi Jun.b. Ou'i o*ar.? On the 28th ult, at hia seat. Roehempton tbe Karl of Osford On tbe 0th ioa'ant.ia Stafferdebire Lady Hether?on Lately, J. Cowley PrlohBri), M D . author of Researches into the Pbyatanl History of Maukmil." Lately, at Northwiob, Cheshire, Lsd> Sophia Urey. sister of tbe late Barl of fittmford and Warrington On tbe Slat ult .at Windsor, Lieutenant Colonel Adam Oordon Campbell, iataly o mntandlpg tbe 16th Regiment. On tbe 4th inat., at Castletown, near Dublin, Co). Conolly, M P. for Donegal. Ireland On the 7th instant, at Woolwioh, Colonel leavelsrtd, of the Roynl Horse Artillery, aged 61. On the 10th instant, in London, tbe Right Hon Anthony Richard Blake, late Chief Remembrancer of Ireland. Dn tbe 1st Inetnnt, nt tbe Orange. Hampshire, the sent ttf Lotd Asbburton. where he had been spending the holidays, tbe Karl of Auckland, First Lord *f the Ad mirelty, formerly Governor-(Jenerel of lodi*. At lngeetre Hall Staffordshire. Karl Talbot, In his 721 year. His lordship was Lord Lieutenant of Ireland under tbe Liverpool administration, and Lord Lieutenant of tbe county of Stafford up to the time of hla death. u'ha ?r [From the London Mercantile Oaaette. Jan. 12 ] Tbe character cf the weather experienced since the olote of last veek bax again changed the aspect of affairs, aa tar as tba grain trade is ounoeroed While tbe Iroat continued, holders seemed leas 1 noli red to prerg business, it being looked upon aa nearly oertaln (bat tbe northern ports of I .urope woaid reuialn closed by I se till tbe spring, and supplies from thence ba pre anted. It is now. however, by no meaos sure that tbis will be tbe oaae j tbe complete change, and the heavy gales in tbe early part of tbe week, from the southward and west, rendering it probable that the Elbe aod otber rivers may have been set free so as to allow vessels to proceed on their voyage. Tbe mild damp weather from Monday up to last evening aoted unfavorably in otber respects, end unless we have an interval cf frost, no iin| rovement ean he expected to take plaoe in tha condition of corn of last year's growth; and we need scarcely say that It is atwaya more difficult to dispose of grain of Inferior quality tban that in good order. Tbe expectation so generally entertained last week, that a rally was about to take plaoe in prioaa, does not appear likely te be yet realised; indeed, at several of tbe hading provincial markets, the tendency has been downwards tne last tew days, and at Mark lane business has been far frem active Low aa prioaa of all articles new are, few parrlus seem willing to make Investments. and t he operations have been mostly eoufined to tbe supplying of immediate wants. Stocks, taking bonded and free corn together, are large at this port, and warehouse room Is becoming scarce. The arrivaia ot wneut coastwise Into London have been vtij email, nor ban much bean brought forward by lard earring? samples from the home oountlaa. Oa Monday the quantity exhibited on the Kasax. Kent, and Suffolk stands waa leas than uaual. and factors a? in d fully aa much money aeon that day sn'nnlght. The miller* were apparently in want of freeh qaaiillai, and a tolerable clearance waa made. On Wednenday there waa hardly anything freak up, and prleea remained nominally unaltered; thla morning affaira remained in much the aame atate. the demand being alow, but holdera net generally diapnaedto accept lower terma The artleala from abroad hare been moderate; but having atill a large quantity afloat at thla port, the dl-play of aamplea ha* been plentiful. Foreign free wheat moved off on Monday, in retail, at barely aa good terma as before, and the demand ha* not ilnce improved; indeed, the trifling sale* effected to-day were at ratea which would not previously have been accepted. The operations In bonded wheat hare likowlre been unimportant; full terma have, ho vever, been Instated on. The duty rose to 10a perquarter yesterday ; but the difference between the value of bonded and free wheat ia only three to four shillings per quarter. To-day there waa even lees doing than earlier in the week. '1 he inquiry for flnurbas in no degree Improved Mure our last; end though the nominal top prloa of town made baa not varied, secondary aorta, particularly foreign, have been offered lower Thereoelpts of barley have at IsDgth fallen off mora or less and the late important fall in prioea having brought forward boyera a tolerable extent of buMneaa baa baen done Knr foreign, weighing 49 to 61 lbs. per buihal, 21a. to 22a.. and for 62 to 63 il>a, 23a to 21a. per quarter, duty paid, were about the current rates to dev. Beans and peas have bung heavily on hand throughout the week, though offered at an abatement of la to 2s perquarter Indian oorn has been for some time entirely negleoted. City Intelligence. Sooner Liquos Taarric.?The Mayor baa signified bis willingness to give audienee to the oommittee who are engaged in getting up petition* io favor of abolishI PIT Thtu Suniiflt ltounr tmffln thow ava tn ? ?!* I his Honor to-day. Great exertion hn been male to jet slgnaturee to these petitions, and to-day baa been ippointed for an Interchange of view* between the lommittse and the oity authorities. Tricas crox Iaaiaiiiiii ?The imposition* practised ipon immigrants by runners are almost numberless. I few days since, a German landed, with his trunk, on me of the wharves down town. He was hardly on bore before be was accosted by a oonntryman of his iwn, who asked him It be wanted employment. The tew comer replied In the affirmative, and was told that is could get plenty of work If he would go along with be other Taking up bis trunk, the verdant German ollowed bis companion to a boarding house la Pearl street where the trunk was deposited; and the two neat forth to make the neeeasary arrangements for ths promised work But. as ths newly arrived man bad a moustaobe, ba was told l>y his companion that ha must bavs his face cleanly shorn; and. lor that purposa, took blm to a barber's. While the shaving was going on, the runner left, and was not visible again to his oompanlon, who with much diffloulcy, found his way ts tbs house in Pearl street, only to learn that the ruaner bad btcn there before him. and carried off his trunk atd oontsots. The poor fellow who had been thus duped, finding himself destitute of everything, except the olrtbee upon his bank, found out and mads application to tbs German Emigrant Society; but thus far, nothing has been discovered of ths psrson who wronged blm. Tiik Waono Man Dcad.?On the third day of the present month, a man named Oney stsbbsd another named Kills, while the two were In a oontroversy, over a card table In Burling Slip Ellis was aa'ber severely wounded, and was taken to the boapbal for treatment. On Friday last, the Coroner was oalled to bold an larjuestattbs hospital, as was supposed on ths defunct body of Ellis. Ooey was informed of the d?ath, and bis wifs who was with him at the time, swooned at the idea of her husband being tried for manslaughter. The Coroner's jury were empanelled, and the examination ens about to proceed, when the fact accidentally came iut that it was not Ellis that was dead at all Ths jouy i?n-r? inn jury w?? tbat of ? Harrington, who to 5e mm bad been wounded, but under entirely different circumstances. Kills had. It appears, been taknn alth small pox, and removed to the appropriate ward lor treatment He is now doing well, and Is likely to 'ufTer hot slightly from the effects of bis fraoaa In Barling Slip. Accidict.? On Monday afternoon, while the men employed in the corporation coal yard, at the foot of Ganmroort street, were at work about the foot nf a large heap of coal the whole mass gars way, and coming down precipitately, barltd two of the mnn, ramcd Bsrney Hammond and John feters?n, before they could mese their escape The most ao'lee mesne were employed to remove the coal, and the unfortunate men were extrioated alive, but having sustained serious injuries. Light Wistio.?The street lamps In Merosr, Greece, Leurens, and Thompson streets, from Grand o Canal streets, were not lighted on Monday night It was a dark and unpleasant night, and the neglect i.f tbe lamplighter was seriously lelt by cltlzsns who sere obliged to be in those streets after nightfall. T f isis.?A fire broke out on Monday night, in the bouse No 1W8 Chambers street, by the bursting of a iptrit gas lamp, which was extinguished without an Harm bavlDg been given. A Are broke out about a quarter past nla* o'cloek, ast night, la tbe saddle and harness store of Thomas Trtlner No 0 West Broadway, the entire contents of eh ch were destroyed The loss war $000 upon whtoh here was no insurance. Tbe origin of the fire was not mown. Ueseowv Mats Daowisso ?An unknown man, dreesd in a grey eoat blue overhawis and brogans, was . .1 .. !.. k.? v. dl? ---* ? - - - in >ur I'UIUI I?l'? }rm>ia>)H(?rDO?D. II tDI oot Of Lalgbt o'reo* Tba body wa? convoyed to tha load bouveln the Park, wboro It can bo Man for identlleatlcn. A? tnqueot will bo bold to day. Naval lntelllgoiia*. Tbo U S frigate Congrrea, Captain Lavalatta, from ho Paoiflo, anchored in Hampton Iloadi on Wednot:oj night Tbo Congroeo lolt La Pal. California, on lio 5!id of Angaat la?t Loft in port, tbo U 8 flag abip <hlo dorp at war Warron. and otoro ablpi Lexington ind Southampton Tbadoopofwar L>?la oatlod a fow Inyo previnna for Miration. Tho eijnadron warn mak g tbolr proparailono to leave for vlootaroy. L'ppor ;alllfornla Kver? thing <|Uiat The U 8. brig Porry, .loot Com'dg. L)avi? oalCd from Kio In company. iound on a oruiio Th? II N ohip St Looia arrived t Montevideo Ncvemb?r 16 Loft at Rio. U 8 frigate Irondywlno, Captain Boarmao, bearing tbo broad anriant of Commodore Sloror. to (all In a fow day* for bo River La Plata Tho Congraoa haa boon ab ant rom tha Unltod .Statai thirty nine mnntha. Tha toU owlrg i( a lint of b?r oflleer''-Captala ?K A V .avaletto; Liautonant* - John VV Llvingotnn Thoo,, m p (laun n DUkaa.l t ~ . U I i'KMiu?n. r.ooca i?. ParDtt; Acting Lieutenant ?Joba Ouatt; Surge intantal S <irnD, Aael'taot .Surgeons?Chi? Krertfleid, Vlillam A llarrin; Pureer?William Speydan; Anting laeter?J F Stilton; Captain Marines-Jamb /atd; Flrrt Liautenant Marin**-Robert Tanalll; Taaaad lldahtpman-C Man'gault Morria. Jaa. M Duaran, f. B. Harrison Charier H Baldwin; Captala'a Clerk? . J. 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Wh't ecr it intenAM jor ineertion muot be au herni ated by the I *n e ami addreee of th- imriter; 'ot vecce tartly for pub 'leatin, bit at a guar my of hie pood faith. We cannot return rcicrtcd oommuntcatvmo. I'RIf 't ISO of all Made exemtcd beautifully, and with dcetniteh. Ordero received nt the othoo. THE HERALD ESTAHLISHMENT ie open tkrouphout the miphL AMUS1MEMTS THIS KVKNINGL BOWKRY THKATRK. Bowery?lUvjrrtD Ham?Tub bin' PMnlMiKou-Natal jcwoaoknawtb Kohhat Macai jr. BROADWAY THBATRB. nroAdwiy?Morrm-OBUT?, RATIONAL TSBATBR. ChAthim Rqu*r?? DboBBTBI) Mill ? ron ma mbaoowb? [(.lcbtbiovi staamobb. BURTON'S TB1ATR1 ChAmb?r? fttbba?Yawitt Faib-CaLiroBziiA Ooui Km El. mrnivni' HAM. Rmndwiy. UOAT Broomo Cumrrv i HintraaiA. bociirr LIBRARY, Broadway, mm Leonard?N*w Oa( BABB 3EBB*AF>BB?. ALII AM UK A, Broadway, near Prlaoe?Babdb, ft 0o.'? imbbican c'lbcva. ZOOLOGICAL HALL, Bowery ?Vam Ambvrou ft Co.'* IwAfttia CHINESE MUSEUM, BS9 Broadway? Chibbsb OvSMMrru*. PANO0AMA HALL) 6W Broadway?Dohbavab'b Paso rama or Mxxioo New York, Wcduetday, Janury 31, 1849. Steamship United States. This steamer has now been at sea nearly twentytwo days. Considerable anxiety exists among those having friends and property on board, in consequence of news having been brought by the Canada, that a tremendous gale blew trom the southwest the day alter the Uuited States left Southampton. It is our opinion that there is not the slightest ground for apprehension regarding her safety, hroni conversations hud with several who came out in the Canada, we learn that it was the impression onboard oi that steamer, that the United States was safe. It is possible something may have hap* pentdto her machinery, and her passage, conse| quently, retarded; but so long as there was plenty ot eea room, herhull was of such immense strength, it would || ass through almost any kind of a gale uninjured. There never wasa|better sea boat afloat than the United States. There ta at present no cause for alarm. When we take into consideration the weather and the season, Bhe is not yet much beyond her time. Tile Foreign Mews. The foreign news received by the Canada iB not particularly exciting in a political sense, yet it is quite interesting in a variety of rmaller points. The political affairs of Europe remain in itatuquo The Pope is still m the Neapolitan dominions,and during his absence, the Romans were thinking of establishing a republic, a fact which may hasten the return of his His Holiness to his capital. Throughout Germany and Italy, matters remain quiet, although it is probable there is a great deal brooding under the surface, which may break out suddenly one of those days, in some unexpected quarter, with a terrific explosion. France seems to enjoy a tolerable degree of quiet since the inauguration of the new President. Louis Napoleon, with all his popularity and his tremendous majority, is beginning to teel the troubles of his situation. It seems that he came veiy near, one day, in consequence of a mal dpropot letter which he sent to one of his ministers, breaking up his entire cabinet, the members of which threatened to resign in a body, in consequence I thereof. The President, however, explained himself satisfactorly; but yet two members retired; the rent continued at their nnsta From the tone of the French journals, it is evident that there is a good deal of trouble ahead for Louis Napoleon, as long as the present National Assembly continues in session. His friends, accordingly, want a dissolution of that body, and the subject has been already agitated in various ways. One of the most curious sjmptoms of the present condition of France is, the movements being made, in the several departments, to revive their local legislatures, for the purpose of local legislation, and with the view of forming a check to the central power in Paris. This is a most excellent symptom, and indicates the progress of political knowledge among the French people, as it certainly strengtheHB the hope that they will be able to maintain a republican form of government, without giving up everything to the central power in Paris The establishment of independent councils, or local legislature, for the management of local business, would be somewhat similar to the aystem in operation in thia country with our State leginla lures. oucn a system is a moil important Clemen' in republican governments, in a large and extended country, with a widespread population. The intelligence from England does not amount to much, llusines seems to be reviving, and political agitation appears to be rather dull. Cobdea, and the reformers of that class, are endeavoring to create an agitatiop, and start a new movement, under the shape of financial reform. No doubt, the terrible extravagance of the government of that country, and its vast expenditures, form a sufficient reason tor any class of society, in parliament or out of it, to organize some plan by which they may be cut down or moderated; but financial reform in England, under the present form of government and the existing formation of eoeieiy, is almost visionary. The subtraction of a few millions annually from the enormous exp nditures, would be only as a drop of water to the ocean. The most interesting matter connected with England, which we have received by the last arrivnl, is the breaking out of the California fever in London, Liverpool, and other parts of the country. The excitement, it appears, is as great there as it is here; and we should not at all be surprised to see as many expeditions from Iiritith ports around Cape Horn, to California, as mere hare been, or will be, in tliis country. The distance from Liverpool to Han Francisco, is not much greater than that from New York to the same destination; snd we are not sure but that the navigation is better and clearer. The Kijcctjon ok United States Senatoe, and Pttiilic Opinion.? Thurlow Weed collects, in the Albany Evtning Jnumul, a number of extracts from country papers in the interior of the State, every one of which is favorable to the election of ex-Governor Seward as Senator, and puts them forth as public opinion on the subject among the whig journals and the whig party throughout New Yotk. This is merely a revival of the old system of dictation and party management of the press, which flourished so long under the auspices of Martin Van Ruren and the Albany Ar/pu. When, ever those politicians wanted to drum the Legislature into any particular line of conduct, they would send a private circular to all the leading journals in different parts of the State, and those journals would immediately come forth with editorial articles of the complexion required, and all indicating one and the same pat< nrty. The Ar/fus collected all of these precious articles in a hunch, and used to publish them as being the very embodiment ot the opinion of the democratic party. Thuriaw Weed is merely playing the same oard and attempting thesime game, for the purtOie ot \ drumming the whig party, and putting down inde. pendent < pinion, hy private, indirect, and secret ariaogf meats. Ail thoae journal that have come out on that question, are quote*' in the A'twnmg Jtiutma', because they have received their instructions specially and privately to take such and such a course ; otherwise their interests woald not be attended to in the distribution ot c ihe spoils emanating from Albany. The great c body of the party, however, have nothing to do with th .a management. At such a crisis as this in our national affairs, every sensible man, of all parties, sees clearly enough that a red-mouthed abolitionist is not a fit person to be sent as a representative of the great State o( New York to the Senate of the United States. Ex-Governor Seward, throughout his whole career, has shown himaell to be as rabid an cbolitionist as Mr. Giddings, of Ohio, Mr. Palfrey, ot Massachusetts, or Mr. Tuck, of New Hampshire. We have already shown that he counsels and advises a gross violation of the constitution, in order to carry out the purposes #f the abolitionists. Such a man is not ht to be trusted with the responsibilities of a United States Senator; but in addition to that, ex-Governor Sewaid is a treacherous friend of General Taylor, and will be a treacherous friend of his administration at Washington. Any man who would perambulate the State, writing private letters, stabbing \ the character, reputation aad good sense of General Taylor, while affecting to support him, is not fit to be trusted by any man or any party. He is nothing but a treacherous, double-faced man, in every point of view, and utterly uofit to represent this great State in the United States Senate. Railroad Mismanagement in the United States.?There seems to be a growing complaint recently, that the several railroads, in the central States particulany, have been grossly mismanaged n their finances and other departments. These complaints are designated in connection with the railroads in New York and Pennsylvania, includ- I ins New Jersey. In New England, the manage meat of railroads seems to have been conducted with more integrity and science. We (ear very much that there is just ground for many of these complaints, as to the construction and management of the railroads in the central States. During the last lew years, probably twenty millions have been expended in railroads, within the geographical limits alluded to; and upon almost all occasions, in these constructions, the estimates of engineers and projectors have been awfully exceeded by the subsequent disbursements. The original shareholders seem to have been in most eases completely fleeced of their property; and those who have possession of the management, with their friends, are the only persons who appear to make such speculations of any value or utility. In (act, there is a very strong impression extending abroad among the public, that those who get the management of the railroads into their hands, use the funds for the purpose of making their own private fortunes, out of the expenditures, as fast as possible, and then escape in the general wreck, without responsibility and without risk. Human nature is the same all over the world. The history of railroad management in France and l'.ngianu exnioits similar examples ot extravagance and waste, in using the railroad funds for private emolument. This has occurred in those countries, even to a greater extent than in the history of railroad construction in tbis country. The result of this bad management in England has been, to defeat and destroy many such undertakings, of great utility, and to leave vast lines of half finished works in total ruin. We cannot expect gieater integrity or different results in any railroad construction in this country, when the management is employed for the advancement of managers' fortunes. The Launch or thk Steamships ?The launching of the steamships Atlantic and Pacific is postponed until to-morrow, on account of the falling of the tides. Failure of the Southern Mail.?The mail south ot Philadelphia tailed last night, probably in consequence of difficulty in crossing the Susquehanna. Folic* Intelligence. Chart* a) Dt/rauding Credilurt ?Offloer Edwards, oft be 3d district police, aided by Messrs. llelyea and F.dwatda, members of the Independent poliee, No. 11'i Broedway, arretted yeeterday a Mr. William A. Colt, reeldlng at No 360 Atlantis street Brooklyn, on a ( warrant laiimd hv JuitiA* HaKAen* wrK**ais> ?* charged with receiving at. assignment of property, e veined at 91,500. made over to him by one ZeRll P. 1 Willie, knowingly, a* It la alleged, for tba purpose of t defrauding Tbutham k Brother No 249 Water rtreet, ? and otber oreditara of Willie Thia oaaa will be further i, lnveatigatrd before tbe magistrate i. Jti-?*?/ of a yfbatM.-Tia old blaok woman, Sarah , Wiliiama. whom we noticed in yeaterday'a Utrald aa t being an alleged wltneaa in tbe caae of John S Auatln t and Jamea Net bit wee arreated yesterday and com- c milted by Juatloa M'Orath, in defanltof $5,000 bail for t ber appearaaee at court to testify Thia witness, it ap 0 pears, never had any idea of leaving the State Sae i ? as. as usual, at ber work when arrested by the officer. 0 We understand tbat a babtat rotyuo will be issued t, to-day on an application to discbarge ber from prl'en. f, Hurgiai y ?Some thief entered the dwelling house, p No. 243 Madison street, occupied by H. R. Patterson. e on Monday night, by lifting up the iron grating, and r tbua obtained an entrance to tbe honse through tbe cellar. Tbe thief carried off a pair of black cloth pants, a a shilling piece, and a silver mounted flute. No arrest. a JU rut on Suspicion.? A man by the name of Kdwla h O. Pitkin, was arrested yesterday on a charge of being p an accomplicecf Jackson and Miller, two watoh staffers, tj wbo. a f>*w days ago, defrauded some oeuntrymen of ~ |1R0. The accused was detained to answer. a Robbing a Friend. - A man of the name of Patrick tl Welsh was arrested en Monday on a charge of stealing |, a $60 bank bill from Patrlok Rogers, residing at No u 139 Washington street, under the following oironm* 0 stances:?It appears tbat tbe aooused and the oom- a plalnant were friends together, and on Saturday last t< Welsh wsnt with Rogers to tbe Chambers street Sav- f, legs Bank, and drew from the bank tbe $50 bank bill $ in question This bill, for sofa keeping, Rogers put into u his vest pocket, and that night tbey both dept together In a basement situated In Washington at. Previous to . going to bed. Rogers took the preoaation to fold up hti vest, eontaln'ng the money, and put tbe same uader ? his pillow. F.arly on the following morning, Rogers . bad occasion to leave tbe room for a abort time, and on bis return he discovered his vest lying on the outelds 11 of the bed. This clronmetanoe at once exoited his suspicion, and on examining the pocket be found It w?r uiudi; ?u guuv ivufiri man aocusea w?un 01 of steeling the money. Tble charge Welsh denied, IJ and. In order to convince K of ere of hie loaooenoe. ft he pulled from hie pocket a piece of consecrated paper, on which he toek bla oath, aa to hi* lone- B eence reepedlnf the money. Thla oath did not f0 exactly aatlafy Roger*, aa on Monday morning he tt procured a policeman and had Welsh conveyed be- yj fore Jnttiee McOrath Ilia peraen *ai then searched, m bnt no money found. Doabt etlllexlated and the ma- bi gletrate finding the clrnnmetantlal evidence strong it agalnnt him. committed blm to prises for a farther e| bearing The clerk, Mr Welch, directed a search to be made of the room where the money was said to have been stolen ; and. after a minute search. the $60 bank r bill ws* found, secreted In a crack la the wall, roller] * op in the very tdenMcal piece of paper, that Welsh bed taken oath upon when he swore to his Innocence The money was brought to the Police office, ami Identl- all fled by Rogers a* hi* property, and the accused was aa thereupon committed In fall for trial. in do Movements of Individuals. *r The hotels yeeterday Were generally crowded to excess. The following is a summary of each : ? At An*aic?ri-8. Week* Georgia; A. Bradford, Baltl- he more; T. Simmons, do: H. Duboi*. Philadelphia; J. Darnett. Ireland; W.O Fltagerald New fork; J. Wo|- lot cott. Arkanra*, II Taylor. IT 8 Nevy; R Hammond, Maryland; Or Turner, U. 8 Army; Capt Moat- P" grmeiy, U. 8. Navy; tapt. Caofleld, U. 8. Armf; S" iviajr* l. t:a*a, do Aiio? I) Douglaa, Waehlng'on; '?( W Rocbedale St. Loul*; H Klonal'd, Philadelphia; tbt A. Tweedy Banberry; E. W Pratt, Albany, W Rick- ?">< ard*. Boaton; E. Traek, Maeeaoburetta; A. Ilara-ay, fh>lad? Ipbta; W. London. London; D Mixan. Chart**ton; J Hnrd. Anguetn; C A Orlnnell, Baltimore; J. r?P Tbomtf. Philadelphia; B. O Taylor, Waehlng'on Th Howard?K. Pollard, Philadelphia; T. Dane, do.; J. 'rR Ntraoee, do ; J. William*. Matoe; M. Frnal W: J S ? ? Stanton. Buffalo; J II Lnnderman. St. Lonia; H. rM She**. Ken'urky; J. Whitney, Ma**aobu**tta; Roe* '* do Bote. Bordeaux, latino Houta, (Howard1* ) ?J. P. 'M Hatch, U S Army; J Wrtght. Oawegn; W H. Chrl* tar tie. Sardwieb lelande; George W. Pal no, St LoniijC. *n( Carroll. Maryland; Major Howard. Baltimore; Hon. J. Tb R.Tburman War ran county, Capt. Simmon*, Call* *BI fornia; J. C. Gardner. Norwich; Mont. DeCemp, U. S. Nary; G. S. Lowell, Boaton. 8. Parkman, Boaton; J. < Read, Magellan; K. Churchill. U. S. Army; Capt. Jai Montgomery. U. S, Nary; Hon. A T. Ro?o, Long ttoi laland. Merer* C. 8. Mill*. London; C, Logan. LI ear tlei pool; J. Wileon do.l C ( laud*, do; K Logan, Ulna- m gow; W R Hatgh, England; A. Biokerataff, Praaton, p<r England, paeeenger* per Canada the M Cabet, the great Fourlerlta. arrlred at Naw Or- I lean* on the Ikth Inat A aultable raaeptlon waaglren to the great reformer by th* learlanaof that elty Th* rlei plaoe aeleotad for the aeat of hi* oommnnlty if not To ?bat b* anppoeed It to be, and It la aald h* Intend* to tut nhooaa a mora farerabl* location for bla aooiallat ax pari- ,rI tanti. Theatrical aa<l ttual> ai. Bowser Thbatib.?The 1 Huottd Maw" *m |lird again leal evening, and was muoh epplaaded Mlu V?lvyn. a* Mllly 8widgrrs,ls eery suooesaful and aixt rati fully enaota this pleasing ehareeter af Dickens', iarmuitva omit noticing the admirable way la whioh lr Gilbert perforins the phantom, Redlew's second elf- be delivers tba language of tha part with moil adsirable taata and feeling Mr Soott, tot. a< tha bemlst, we bare already noticed an being perfectly at t i"me In bia part. Of tha mora onmte part*, that Is, all ( bora ?herein tba Tetterby family appear, we oaoart peak too b'gbly aa to the aotlng Wloan* looka and Irenes* the oooknay newrman to porfaetioa; and Mr*. <lib- rt, Lhoonh perhape a little too portly a figure to j .newer eiaotly tha daaorlptlnn given of Mr* Tetterby ly D'okena. In all othar polnta completely Idantldra 0 ir reelf with tba obaraeter Mr Yeoman, aa Johauy, 1 ha enatodlan ot the Immortal Moloch of a baby, alao haw* much oomlealtty of tnlen. Aa for tha young letter by*. tba troop n| juvenile* that aoaat them ?-em o eater Into tbe spirit of the thing moat heartily Tha wo little Danlna al?o play their part with their uanal ^ xcellenc*. Altogether tba " Haunted Man," though iei bapa a little too deep for all to understand, make* an I e nteraatlng drama Tba Lees still continue their won- t lerful aerobatio faata raob eraning. Thay will perforin ( tut a few evening* mora, and we ad viae all who wleh to aa tba moat remarkable gymnaatlo and other faata c ?ar attempted, to go whilst tbay are at tha Bawary. r 'or to night'* bill we refer to our llat of amusements. c baotnway Thiitii.-Tba house waa crowded, aa , laual. laat erasing, from pit to dome, by tha many ad* , ulrrra of "Monta-Crlato." being the thirty-third night f ita parformanoa. Tba eaat acquitted themaelrea t rlth their uaual ability, and tha gorgeous appearanoe t f tba Interior of tba grottoes had a beautiful effeot. Tba scenery, profusely hung with orlmson and gold, ? represented In tba third not. was universally ad* j Dlred. Tba representation of the island of Monte- i ;rlsto, tbo marine view, the arrival of the amugglere sitb Edmond. (Lester.) in pursuit of the treasure; and be general features of the third aot, make It tke most i ittraotlve part of the piece. The apparent motion of i be waves, the rugged appearanoe of the rooks, the a (vunm untiwior ui iua nofurrj, ouupiou wim kim ending of tbe nmugelern. who at the nam* Moaning he excellent glee, "Cheerfully tba glass goea round." )ara a t?u)y animating effeot; and the antira perormenoe panned off with mnoh eclat Several thoulands have already witnessed thin grand romaotio enattainment, and to una a popular quotation, "the ory a etiit thay ooma," Inaamuoh an by partioular desire, :be piece will be oontlnuedfor noma time to gone. We eould recommend all our play going citiienn to nee Monte-CrUto," before the olose of its representation bare. Natiokai. Tiikatxb.?The performanoel commenced here last evening with the drama of tbe ' Avenger," in which Mr. C R. Thorns played his favorite part of John de Prooida. This pieoe is of the ^ ItUvn antinnl rtf mnlrlwama flsew viAiifka flaaVInn nn it every Instant for their country"# honor, a disguised i avenger in the enemy's eamp, stout old wardens, knights in burnished armor, with hanghty langnage, , banquets of btate, com bate, and finally a grand denouenmt. where all that has been wrong In the pleoe is made right?those who were slaves liberated, and general aeolsmatlona from all on the stage who remain alive. Xuoh pteoes always take well; there is a continued snoeeesion of stirring inoidente, which kee > the andlence well amused, and the ourtain fell last even- ( Ing on the " Avenger,*' amidst the applause and oltssrs if ihe audlenoe. Next cams the new looal draaa of Roslna Meadows." which Is decidedly the best k-eal l>iece which has yet been got up. The story Is a very n'erestlng one, and the various nefarious sohemss sh'ch youth and Innooenoe are exposed to in otty I'.fe ire boldly portrayed. Theaotingef all those oast in the pieoe is excellent, and though Mose Is not toere, yet i.banfrau has made as great a hit Is hie delineation cf the young New York roue. We were glad to tee the house so well attended as it was last evening, is it was Mies Mestayer's heneflt. To- night," Roslna Meadows" will be repeated. Bus-ton's Thkatrb, (Chambkki Stbkbt.)?Last night, 'Vanity Fair" was played at this establishment, to a good house. We understand that some people imagine that Mr. Brougham has not been quite so suosessful with this pleoe as with other reoent efforts of a similar kind. Wede not ooinolde in this opinion, nor io we think that It oould be reasonably entertained, if the nature of the materials of whioh the respective pieces are made up were taken into consideration. Betides, It should be taken into acoount that he has not bad that absolute command of resources whioh would suable him to make the meet, even of the novel of '-Vanity Fair" Theoompany at Burton's is a very fair 'took oompany, some of whom are exoeedlngly eflldent, and one or two of whom have oonsiderable talent; sut it cannot be expected that they should possess a imltless range of adaptability to all ehiracters, or to icme that might be taken from Thaekery'e dssorlptlve love). We think that, on the whole, the adapter has icquitted nimeeir very creditably; ana If good houses c tnd delighted audience* furnish any teat to determine * he matter, we should think it must be admitted that ' le baa obtained the publio verdict in hia favor. We iee that a burlesque on "Monte-Crlsto" ii in prepare- 1 lion, and will be submitted to-morrow night. AMaaican Ciaci-a?The grand display of the eamp J >f the Bedouins, consisting of ten horses and riders, in "ull Arabian costume, delighted the audlenoe. The ianoing ponies were very clever; Mr. W. Stout, the nodern Hercules, performed some most'extraordinary ( Vats; Master Walter Aymar and Maurioe Sands are >oth very graoefUI and daring riders. The perfornancea oono uded with the " Ubost of Harlequin," j rbieb is a comical and laughable affair, and all parents bould take their little families to see these beautiful ntertalnments. TssrartACi.r?GunoVs Concbst.?This distinguishd composer gave, on Monday night, at the Tabernacle, mother of his attractive concerts, which, we regret to ay, was net attended by a very numerous audlenoe. Ve ere Indeed sorry to see the dilettanti of our olty irsfereing a kind of indifference for suoh fine enterainmente as thoso of the excellent oompany of Herr 0 iung'l. A oaptivatlng programme was presented for be tvening. in which were many of the most popular * ompoeltions of M (iung'l. These pieces are indeed rrrv characteristic, and nntl?nl?H? k? heir liveliness and vivacity. The audience gave ouoh applause to the " Vagabond Polka," the " Me- ? inge Pot Ponrri," the " Spring Festival." and the p Narsganset Walt*," which, trne to eay, were eieouted w rith an amazing preoision. The ' Hural Visit." of be asme coropoeer, and the " Alpineee Reoo'leoiona from Home," formed, both by their intrinsic harma and the perfection of their execution the right diamonds of the melodious genius ot the rosary f mnsio, scattered by M Onng'l's corps of mnsioiana. * he ooncert commenced with the celebrated overture f Weber's ' Frvyecbuta," which, aa well aa the overate of Roseinl's " Oazsa Ladra," were rendered In a d kultlese style. The setres ended with the " Prussian s arade," a magnificent murceati, in which one may re- J. ogaise the pecnliar seal of the German music The nteitalnment offered to the public by this wonderful and ol artists, deserves credit; and we enjoin, with j* 11 our power, our readers to go to the next ooncert nd be delighted with the most brilliant sounds ever eard In this country. The grand composition of *'Va- . oleon'a Midnight Review with his Departed Warlore," being the most prominent feature in the proramme, for to-morrow evening, is in itself, aufllotent itractlon to draw a full house. But when It 1s known 0 bat a large transparent picture, representing the lead- . tg warriors of Napoleon's time, will be exhibited over J bvorobvstra illustrative of the beautiful compositions , f Oorg'l wblrh will represent the solemnity of night, nd the midnight hour, when the departed are supposed o appear, we have little doubt but this concert will be _ illy ar,d fashionably attended, as the music, from the escrlptlon of the soene, mnst be of a sublime and brilllng character. Chsistt's Mikstbbls ?We need only oall attention ft t.hfl r*nturkhhU annnaaa ?Ki?l? haa '?* w burlerque produced by thcee Inimitable darkle*. Ol Tb* Voyage Mnaloale" la aa fanny an affair aa ean j a Imagined; and tbatand tbe rest of their programme, lake up a fine evening'* entertainment. Tii* New OaLiiei Sbbewadi** ralaa their voices " i moat tuneful harmony every evening at Society LI, lary They are moot fully patronlied. and deaerved- tj i eo, aa they are a moat genteel, and withal a meet stentiflo act of elngera. McCeBTHv's Ibmii Evrniivoi ? On Monday evening ^ ex', tbe above delineator of Irleh eharaoter will give. In >r the flrrt time In America, at the Stuyveeant Inatl- c< ite, hi* popular entertainment, called " Mirth and eledy of tbe Kmerald Isle " He will be aeslated by le tea C Hlffert. who will elng varioue beautiful Irlah or tllad*. Mr McCarthy will elng a new eong called Paddy Nagle," or an anewer to the " Widow Ma- wi ire#" *e PeecaeM* or Mrnco ?Thli painting la oonaidered at i* beet work of the kind ever prevented In thla city. M lecbaete and truthful, and ao life-like aa atmoet to icat reality. Th? Chisci* Mueavw, with It* thouaande of ourioLIre, I* one of the moat Inatructlve and entertaining ihlbltlons now In the olty (tahnwathe Chinaman tit a variety of condition*, from that of the Kmperor co iwn to the loweat cart* Beeldee tbeee figure*, there |Dj e hundred* ol beautiful Chinese trinket*, toy*, ho. < in Botvon?Tmr Philharmonic Conor**.? ; aa early hour, the Temple wae filled with tbe u<u*l trrogcneoo* audience of a monster concert. La Biapntanfi Wnoi.lwa/1 *al?k ? le- * ? *v via ^[uiuunaii ap^muin 3 3t >ks math better than eh* did iMt *ea?on, and sang ' Ih the abandon whtoh I* peculiar to her. Shu up ir? to enter heartily upon whatever she undertakes, r doe* not allow the artist to be oontinustly appear- iD( I a* an artist; but lours bur own Identity in that of 1 i cbsraoter shs forth* moment assames. She bat >pj, I j*t reoorered her full power, aod thsreforedsollnsd > eneere* which were solicited. Sbs was presented 8el h several bouquets during the evening, and was iturouely applauded In the finale to "Sonnambula." ere Is something freehand lifelike about her slng:. wbleh osnnot fall to strike the most lod ffereat * liter; It Is frie from the trlokery whloh Is too often orted to for mere effeot. Hatton wa?, as usual, very *h oble with hie fingers, and very funny with his hat igne He was doubiy encored, with shouts of laugh , The orehsstra was most disagreeably out of tuna, 1 performed the overtures In no stylo whsteror. ??> ey id erred the beauty of the oonosrt a great deal, 1 1 improved It very little - Rselnn .filei, Jmn. SO. tp? Brazil.? Our edvicra from Rio do iriro are of the I I'll ult. There it nothing par- . iilatlv Impertaat In the way of news In South Ame>. The contending parties In the Rto da La data. / lain In tittu yen. In Brasil an nnnsual display aod . up took place at the capital, on the 2d of December, 1 i emperor's birth day. on whloh occasion there was t'ri presentation to the emperor at oourt, of all foreign toys, naval offleets. ho , (a large number of Antesn naval officer* were presented by ths Hon. Mr. d. oor minister at that oonrt.) after whloh Rraslllaa -jeots generally were admitted to hi* angnst pre- 7 re It Is remarked that a like olronmstano* has t,u rer been known on any former oooastom. TtiLEtiK APHIi' INTELLIGENCE* THIKl IK'I'H CIWUHUI, nooND ausioii. In Se?nte. Washih (iron, January U, lift IKDIAN SPPBOraiATION BILL. After out report of yesterday1* banni -as eVeed) b? Indian appro printion bill ?B? materially iWodUf ,nd passed by lb* Senate, MltOBLLARBBOB. In the Senate, to-day, the morning hour vaa spent n the reesptlon of petitions. report* of oommltteea, and if several eotnn nnioatioo* from the dep >ituenti, and n the transaction of the ordinary routine of bustnaii. oppioial aapoHTino. On motion, tbe resolution directing ao Inquiry to be oade Into tbe eipedleaoy of reooaaidorinp tb* eon* raot for tbe pnbiloatlon of offleial report* ef tbe preendings and debate* of tb* Senate, waa then taken rp. A lively debate ensued, in whi?h Messrs Badger, if North Carollaa, Cameron, of Penneylvaaia, Breese, >f Illinois, Dickinson, of New York, YVesloott, of Flatda, and Nile*, ef Conneotiout, partioipated. Some if tbe speeker* censured tbe ollolal reporter* far lumerous and Ineiensabl* errors, while others exo nested tbem from all blame. On motion of Mr. BKaaian, of Georgia, tbe resell!Ion ?u emended so a* to read, " rescind or modify be contract." bo, Tb* teeolution, ae amended, waa then adopted. Nome hills. Numerous bills from tbe House, npon various subsets were taken up, read twioe, and appropriately *1 erred. The consideration ot toe bill for tbe construction of i railroad aoross the Isthmus, by tbe P*aimi roete, ?ae then resumed, which oalled forth tn interesting ibd protracted disoussiou. Mr Kootb, of Mississippi, movsd to refer the wholo rabjeot to tbe Committee on Military .Affaire, with iaitruetione to report tbe comparative advantage* of the Panama and Tehuantepeo routes He wam-ed mora ight upon tbe eubjeot He believed there were persona here In possession of important information, whom it would be well to consult belore taking any action la the premiere. Mr Brnton, of Mlsiouri. replied to the remark* at the Senator from Mississippi, and strenuously opposed the referenoe. He believed it would destroy the whole enterprise. He said the right of way aoro-s the IsthmM of Tehuantepeo oould not be obtained from Mextoo, and vexatious delay* would thus be osoationed. Ha Insisted upon speedy aotion as due alike to the interests of the goyernment end of tbe wbole people Mr. Downs was not satisfied He wanted further * Information before tbe filial aotion of tie Senate Mr. Kootk epoke to tne same purport as before, eat said that ha had not tbe inll information whloh Mr. Benton professed to have. Mr. Douolass was opposed to the referenoe, and the motioe to reltr was withdrawn. When on motion the Senate adjourned. tlouae or Representatives, Washington, Jan. 80,1810. The House met at H o olook. After prayer by the Chaplain end the reading of the jonraal, itu printing. Mr. Thomson, of Kentuoky, from the Committee oa Printing, reported e resolution in fsvor of printing en tbou'and copies of Mr. King's report respeotlog ;he Panama Ral road. It was estimated that the ex. jense of this pr nting would anion nt to $74, whioh K>m* 01 ma memDers oonstcieraa an unnsotssary ax* {Hsndltnra. Mr Buht, of South Carolina, moved to lay the resoutton on the table, which was negatived by tbeSpeat?r's casting vote. The resolution was than adopted by ijes 00, naps b6. NATAL APFSOraiATIOIT rill. The Speaker than announced that the Bret business n order was the reports from aommlttaas; but before ?ny reports were presented, Mr. Prestoit, of Virginia, moved that the House go nto Committee of the Whole on the State of the Union. His motion prevailing, Mr. Joseph R. Inukrsoll was oalled to the ehair. kid the House resumed the consideration of the naval appropriation bill. Mr. Brown, of Pennsylvania, moved to strike out the irst section of the bill; and upon this motion proceed* id to make an able speeoh respecting slavery In the lew territories, and in reply to Mr Thompson, of Ii>iiana He recapitulated the oourse whtob several of he Northern States had taken en the slavery question. Messrs. Henley, of Indiana and Lincoln, of ilinoii, rose and signified the desire to make an ex* ilanation; but the ppeaker refused to yield the door, itid proceeded to argue that the gentleman from la* liana had beeninooosistent?first a conservative, then toting with the abolitionists and now a conservative [gain. But from this very lnoon*l*teney of the honor* ible gentleman he gathered a happy augury in favor if the administration of Oeneral Taylor. Mr. Stbono, of Pennsylvania, followed in a speech of lonslderablo ability, in opposition to ths mail steamer wrvice. The committee rose. Mr. Vinton offered a resolution to stop the dsbate >n the navy bill in ten ml nates after it should bs next ken up in oommittee. The Speakeb signed peroral enrolled bills. Mr ViNTow'i resolution was then put to rote, and lecided in the afflrtnaMre. by j??? 04; nays 08. When, on motion, the House aijourned. S?w York Legislature. Alsart, Jan. 30, ISM. SZNATR. roanioif iniubasor. Tba remonstranoe of Messrs Grin nail A Oo , and there, against the ioorease of tax on foreign In* oranee, was presented. financial ArrAias. Mr. Cook reported a bill relatlrs to seourlties taken 7 the Comptroller for etroulatlng notes. The bill rortdee that tbe Comptroller may hereafter take an eoarlty half United States and half State etooks. tub comm imioisebs or practicb. Teo reports were oommuntoated to the Senate fro as lie Commissioners of Praotloe. They were appropritely referred. statb losses, &.o. Mr. Flo , of tbe 1st distrlet. submitted a resolution Irecting tbe Comptroller to report the losses of the tate through the the failures of banks and tnsuranee nmiiinlM iinrl?? fli? ?- * ? . v timber of banke which have failed during the eame rrlod. and what proportion of their debte they paid iwpectlvely. The resolution waa adopted washibotob momjmkkt association. The bill to amend the obarter of tba Washington lonument Association, of the eity of New York, tai ben taken up and ordered to a third leading, ruseion isitnsci Aanneirs The Senate then went into Committee of the Wholn n the bill providing for certain remedies against tba genolea of foreign inmranoe companies A long de?te followed. The section of tbe bill whlrh alls we lite to be instituted against them, was adopted. JUtTicaa' courts. The bill relative to justioes' courts, was then taken p. and after a brief eonslderation, informally laid tide. AS8XMRLY. bills bksobtsb. Mr Campsell reported the Senate bill for the rsilef r pnrohasers ef land from the New York Life and rust Company. Mr. Bohtow reported against the petition* to rednaa le rate of interest, whloh was agreed to. Mr. Noblb reported against the petition abotlshlnc tensury laws, which was also agreed to. Mr. Elwoos, of Oneida oonnty, submitted a report om the minority of the Committee on tbe Jadloiary> i favor ef the bill from the Senate providing for tha intinuanee in oflee of the Commissioners or Praotioe. The bill was then taken up in Causmlttee, and a ngtby and somewkat tedious debate followed, wbteh /?' 'oupird the remlsnder of tbe session Mr Cornbll, of Nee York, said the Commissioner* ere resdy to report 961 seotions of criminal law. Sltt etioos of general provisions, and 47 sections amend ory to thvir raport which >u presented at tha last nlon of tha Legislature. Ha had alao tha autherlty etate that tha majority of tha Coda Commlssloaera d presented a report embracing 600 pages of lav, and a minority of tha oommlsaionors aa maoh mora. irratnuon session. Tha bill far continuing tha Coiaiiilaalonert of Praele wan again takon up. and aftor amending It aoaa ta ntlnua tha eomnla>lon till tha 1st of April nail) read of tha 1st of Fsbruary, 18S0 It was paiaad. Tha Hoaaa than adjourned Tha Halle, dM> Baltimobb, Jan. 30, ISM. Tha eastern mars hart not bean motived to day. Tba Sneqnabanna is Impassable, on aoaoant of fieat[ masses of lea. The northern malls hare gons ronnd via Laneastar. i a steamer Jewess lea res In tha morning, with paseeaIntelligence from Haw Orleans. ItsLTiMoaa, Jan. SO, ISM. The mall from New Orleans has been received, by lab wa learn frtm tha Ossctnl that a private latter i bean received In that elty from California, wbloh tea that |2 000,000 In gold dost was at 8aa Kranolaawaiting transit to the United 8tatea. >o hundred and fifty emigrants sailed from New sans for Liberia, a ftw days sloes. DcatrsseUve Klre. Bai.timors, January SO, ISM i fire this mrralng destroyed the doable warshsnsa hs corner of Hlllen and High streets, oaaed by MM. _ sby and occupied by Samuel Fenbyi fully Insarad Repeal of lite Ula?k haws, Colusinus, Ohio, Jan. S3, ISM. 'he Honse, to day, have passed a bill deoUrlag She pk laws of this State unconstitutional, and repeal

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