Newspaper of The New York Herald, March 20, 1849, Page 3

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated March 20, 1849 Page 3
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David Wilaee Mr W? ?..l Taomaajr ?.I mma William Wn?h 8 WitooaJ M WilinaneStCo Willnon Robert WllbnrCharka H Williamaon Prenell Will* Hamiiel W"dor J WT Wilbur tiiariea B WllllimaThomna Winht Rnaaall B WUliarrannWm Wri*nt 0?or*a Winard *1 WickBM Wilooa Moaoe Wiiutrovo John Wilder J M ?itht Hav O W hiu Joteph Wilkinson BN White J.hn Winter Wm Wil* nr Dr John White lltA Wh Maker John A Whiteford David Whitloek Mr, Brow!- Whit taker Thomaa Whetlej M wav white Mr W hi look O A Winkler Dr Theodora W.aawall W inter i-hmtian White Theodora r W aaarNS Whittrmora J I' Whittle Stephen Wl.laoTU Winter Mr. lPth it White ' tplJowpbG WolfGeo?|te Whi'oemt. Geo C W- 04 Jewel Worten U ohnrd L White CO P o*?de Artb'if Wood Kaon I* f P hitre> Ihetnae R Wnoleer tUlcolm N Won-leimm Geo 0 W nodi i IT J 0 Wo ten John C Wnoley Klehkid Wood Jr June* W ocdwefrt Cnpt Beth Wnodword (loo WohottNK Wee wood H'g W .Oder?nGeo B Woodnrd It Co Woedmer* WhrooffP Wo bile) J Weeiooett John Wnpnon Cnpt E V Tonne Thnr'en V*no Donry Vntenwr Rebwt Yeller Wooleey York t opt J' hn H?S Yronran Josepn Yntee U D Yuaknyohn * z Xcrer Men Ztrmtide like to Zimmermen Ohrtetinn f?OHT. H M'IKKthfH Hakrihhuko, March 17, 1811#. The R'iutt of the EUction. The result ot our borough election, held yesterday, display* n triumph ot the democratic ticket, with lew exceptions. The lollow ng gentlemen were elect*d to the reflective oflicea named:? Charles Francis Muench, (democrat,) Chtel BurBess; John Knepley,(democrat,) Assistant Burgess. Town Council?David Bricker, (democrat); Henry Antes, (native): Joseph Shearer, (democrat) Andrew Young, Messenger of the Senate, (whig,) was elected Constable, having a large majority. Considerable interest was manifested in the result, and party feeling displayed itself as to the more prominent offices. Lest tall, the whigs succeeded in carrying the borough, but are ogam, with the exception named, arisiug from personal popularity, thrown into a minority. The House of Representatives, by a vote of 71 ' to 10, havo agreed to adjourn imt Utt on the 10th ! of April. j Tk? Traffdy In LwxU?gton Atirhc. [CirniNlUHl * tbs N?w Oelsaus Mt?l New York, March 1, 1819. A rao? si oguiar,deep,aud exciting tragedy has iusi km enacted in this city. The incidents impressed me more deeply from my having accidentally become acquainted with the victim of love, jealousy, and revenge. On Monday last, I was going about the city engaged in that disagreeable employment. peculiar to this season of the year in New York, namely, liouse-huntiug. Being attracted-.by the neat and genteel appearance of a new house hi Lexingtou avenue, I went in to examine it 1 was greeted, after entering the parlors, which were fnrniBhed in a Btyle of elaborate elegance, by a young, beautiful, and tast-iu:ly dressed lady, c,f about twenty-eight years of p?e. She was the sic| tor* of rosy h--M!ih, ot about middb- stature, and full figure. Her couutenane.<> .vm, . _ .i ? pressive, her mariners accomplished, her addre.-a winning atid courteous. She g ive in*- permission to go through the various rooms. I found the I whole mansion, through its three stories, turnished with uniform splendor. Her own chamber impressed me ns that of a lady of refined habits?it was so fret from gaud, and yet e? ehboritely arranged. Iu my previous conversation with the tan occupant, she had complained of her solitariness, and stated that, on this account, she wished to remove fuither down town, herpreBent residence being in the uppermost, though fashionable quarter. I was, iherelore, surprised to observe in her chamber, a large and double French bed-stead, two ewers, and basins, on a marble-covered washstand, and all means and appliances to boot, foi married |asisons. On my returning to the parlors heiow, in which she awuited me, she remarked that if she could o. ly have the pleasure of her husband's society, she would not think of removing from so pleasant a situation; and reiterated that she was very lonely, sud seldom visited by any of her friends, and this she attributed to her distance from the part of the town in which they resided. Although my curiosity was excited to know how any husband could consent to leave in solitude so charming uud attractive a wife, I was restrained from leuding the conversation any further by courtesy, and the dictates of common politeness. Vet 1 was, though a total strangar, struck with the idea that she wanted to say more and would have done so, had I made any remark indicating a desire for longer communication e>ne added, however, by way ot explaning her occupation ot the house, that she was living with her aunt, an elderly lady, who had taken and superintended the establishment. I bade her good morning, very favorably impressed with her lady-like demeanor, and udmtring the beauty andgiace ot her person. On Tuesday morning, having made up my mind not to take the house, for reasons which I need not mention, 1 wrote to the landlord accordingly. But, though dismissing that matter from my rumd, 1 could not refrain from reflecting on its beautiful tenant, and the mysterious circumstances by which she seemed to be a'tended. Being lost in conjecture, I had reBolved to satisfy myself by inquiring. i was, however, spared this trouble by a most fearful revelation. As 1 was sitting reading the morning papers on Wednesday morning, at breakfast, inrny library, what was my surprise and horror, when my eye lighted on ah an account of the assassination ol this interesting and lovely woman, by her own husband?the very man whose absence she had so feelingly tegretied ! The events are yet involved in darkness?but 1 will relate such as have come to light. The victim's name was Martha Eliza Walker; her husband, Thomas A- Walker; her aunt, Mrs. WellB. Besides these three, there was a female domestic in the house. ****## Walker's trial will elicit vivid interest. All reasonable conjecture, as well ua fact, negatives the possibility of the act having been committed by her own hand. She was in full dress, and liable to be interrupted by company, who were at that time of the dav invited, hv a hilt nn eho door, to examine the house. She was, moreover surrounded by all the comforts of hie. When I saw her the day before, except that she complainec of her solitude, and seemed to desire to escapi from the loneliness of living so far up town awa] from her friends, she was cheerful, and wore th< aspect of one looking at life on its bright side. Yours, v:ry truly. Washington, March 14,1S19. Uentral Shieldt and the Senate?Appointmentg, tfc For the last five years, there has not been i more interesting debate m the Senate, than th< one now in progress on the case of General Shields Independently of the importance of the case itael ?the fame of the Senator claiming the seat?the momentous constitutional questions involved? and the many extraordinary collateral circumstances?the ureal ahilitv exercised in th* (tiwnmnii has given it a most absorbing interest. It has developed new powers in several members of the Senate, for wmch, altnough known to possess great ability, they had not before got credit. Mr. Douglass has ts-day achieved a triumph, which haa seldom been surpassed in that body, la a constitutional argument he has completely worsted some of those?among them Webster, Calhoun, and Berrien?who have heretofore been considered as pre-eminent authorities on such subjects?a triumph, not meiely et that problematical character about which there is a difference of opinion, but one so overwhelming that the gentlemen I have named were necessitated to recede from the positions they had taken, and totally abandon them. To give some idea of this debate, as I said in my letter of yesterday, Mr. Webster contended that a man must be nine years a citizen at the time of his election to be eligible under the contitution. This position lie abandoned to-day, and agreed with Mr. Douglass, that it he be nine years a citizen, at the time his functions commence, if is ail that is required. This point being given up, the argument rested on the question whether, as contended by the committee, the election was void fiom the beginning, or merely voidable. Mr. Douglass contends that the Senate is not warranted in declaring the election void. They may declare th? seat of General Shields vacant, he having fai'ed to establish proof of his eligibility, but they have no right to go back to un act with which they have nought to do, and declare an act void which never came within their cognizance. Tuey could only take cognizance of what was before them, and so propsrly within their jurisdiction. Finding General Shields was not entitled to his seat, they could oust him from it, but they could not go lurther, and say to tne Legislature of Illinois, th a its act, in sending him to the Senate, was a nullity. Mr. Webster contended that they could, and that it was incumbent on them to do so; that Geo. Shields not being in a position to exercise the functions of his olfice, had never been a Senator, and therefoie hia election was void, ab initio. Mr. Berrien contended that the seat in the Senate vacated by Mr. Bieese had nevertn reality been filled,and thai the Senate could not avoid going back to the election itself, and declaring it void. Mr. Douglass asked if fK? Vonata iiotnie tolron ?Uta ciit>e, whether Mr. Berrien contended that the Legislature of Illinois, niter electing General Shield* in January, could in February elect another to the same seat, and send him to the Senate, w.tliout the previous action of the S-nate declaring the 6eat vacant. Mr. Berrien declared his beliel that tin y could do so; but this was so utterly repugnant to common sense, that the gentleman afterwards cave it hut a teeble support. Mr. Douglas* urged that it is the action of the Senate alone, or the resignation ot G>ner&l Shields (which had been just handed in) that could create a vacancy in the Senatorial representation of Illinois. Mr. Underwood sustained | the views ol Mr. Douglass, in a speech of great power; and u division being cal ed, on a motion by those agreeing with Mr. D.iuglass, to have the further consideration of the question postponed until to-morrow, the motion prevailed. General Shields'* resignation was then read, and the luither consideration of the motion to accept it was also postponed till to-morrow. The debate was one worthy of the best days of the Senate. It will be continued to-morrow, and in all probability concluded It is rumored this evening, that Mr. Fletcher Webster has been nominated District Attorney for the district of Massachusetts. Mr. Kellogg'* appointment is regarded as a triumph of Seward over Fillmore, and the friends nf the former are much elated in consequence. N. The Viu.aqe or Nims, Michigan.?This beautiful uud enterprising town is situated at ths head of navigation, on the St. Joseph River, and at present the terminus of the Michigan Central Railroad. It has a population of about 2,100, mostly Irom New York. For a time, before the settlement of the route ol the ratlioad, it was retrograding in business of all kinds But the citizens in and about the town, moat iiiti-renterl in tlx nrn? I erity. raited a aubscription to the company, and donated the right of way lor three milea each wiy From the village, and built them the preaeut depot buildings, which together amouuted to $3,WOO. The Railroad Company are now erecting a luge warehouse on the Hata, and the care, aa they pnat over the river, are to go through the third atory of thit building. We are aurprised at the amount of buaineaa of this town, and are satisfied that it ia destined to be the town ol the West. There are five churches, three public-hoiiaee, and anv amount ot dry good atorea and groceries. The American. Kept by Beala, formerly ot Prairie Konde, is well worthy of the patronage of the travelling public. Hie table ta supplied with the rich bounties of the country, and every attention paid to those who are inclined to pass a few hour* or days with him. Finally, those wishing hoove farther west than our thriving village, will do well to loftte MNilee. Gaxtut. I The riaodi In the Neath end West The Plaquemine (La ) Stnttnel. of the 7thinn?., eaye:?The waters, which have so long heea t threatening us with an overflow, seem to have de clined that civility for the present. The river (and ol course the bnyou) is at length tailing. We understand that ?t the present moment the settlement called Indiau Village, a lew miles from hern on the hayou, is under water, and that the planter* in that vicinity snd Gross Tete have suffered immensely by the flood. The New Orleans Dtlte, of the 11th mat., says: ?The Bteamboit Belvidere arrived here last night from Carolina Blufl', lied River, She reports Red Kivir as lulling very last. On passing Baton Bouse the officers noticed the breach in the levee ou the opposite side, where the water was pouring through the gapin large volume and great rapidity. The plantations in the vicinity were all overflowed, and the water was halt-way up the doors of the ciiurcn. n iiuinner 01 nrgroro wcic occu ai wotk, all employed in endeavoring to repair the crevasse. The Washington Union, of the 18th last, speaking ol ihe iVI u-siesipi>i river, at New Orleans, save:?a good deal of injury had been already done by the falling in of the banks and embankments, and by the formation of crevasses, the , water forcing itself through the levees ; and so critical were Jmaiters ,about Bayou Sara and Pomte Coiuce, that a further rise of two inches only, would do an immensity of mischief, it was thought, by overflowing a considerable portion of the country. The years ot remarkable floods seem to have been 1817,1*23, 1828, 1914 and 1849. But the great flood?the greatest within tho I " memory of man"?is said to have occurred in 1779. to the altitude of which, none since has [ leached by several feet, and it is well that they do not reach it, tor such a one would do now fifty times hb much damage, perhaps, as in 1779. I The Louisville (Ky ) Courier, of the 13th inst, says:?La: t evening, the river was still rising slowly, with 11 feet water on the talis. The Kentucky river w?s rising slowly yesterday. The St. Louis (Mo.) New Era of the 9th inst, says:?The river at this point has risen very little siuce our last issue, but the rain of last night, if general, will no doubt cause another heavy swell. A report was in circulation yesterday, that the water was over portions of the road leading from lilinnis'owii to the blufls, which is unfounded. It will require a further riee of several feet, betore anv nnrfimi nf fh#? rnnH i? innnH?f#>H. The Vicksburg (Mies ) Whiff, of the 0th inst, says:?The river la receding slowly, having fallen about six inches up to yesterday. It is reported here to he again rising aa low down aa Memphis. Commerce ok Ai.banv.?The freighting business done on this river is immense, far exceeding in the aggregate the computation of many who huve for years been engaged in this busiarsi ? The entire receipts of the three canals, viz , Erie, Champlain and Oswege, and their branches, are brought to the Hudson, and are then scattered alonv the sea coast. In return for the products of the West, the merchant receives the manufacturer ' of the East and of foreign countries, which through ; the same medium are transported to the various j shipping points on the lakes, and from thence through the entire West. 1 As we have no registry of vessels here, it is dif' ficult to ascertain with any degree of correctness the number ot sa'l vessels navigating the nvsr at this point. There are three regular lines running to Boston, numbering some forty vessels, all ot the largest class of schooners, and another to Philadelphia. There are also a very large number of transient vessels running to the south and East, wholly engaged in the lumber trade. Of their number w# cannot apeak with any degree of certainty. The towing business alone is an item of considerable magnitude. Last year there were 98 barges, varying from 100 to 400 tona each, and 23 1 steamboats engaged in the transportation of mer' chanoize to and from this city. The capital in[ vested in this branch of the business alone, from actual calculation by a person well qualified to | judge of the value ot bartrea and steamboats, is : estimated at about one million ot dollars. Half ot ? this amount is said to be owned by persons reai5 ding in this city. For the purpose of showing that this is no fancied sum,and that we had a sufficient data for estimation, we annex a list of the lines running at the close ot navigation, which will be continued on the opening ot the river, the number of boats in each, the tonnage, and a list of the i steamboats engaged in towing them . The New York and Aioany, formerly the Eckford, is the oldest lineon the river. This line owns 12 barges, measuring from 160 to 400 tons each, f Green & Mather, agents. , The Swiltaure Line, A. Van Saaford, Jr., agent, is the next oldest They have 10 barges now, 5 having been burned in the Basin last August, which will eson he replaced. These barges measure irom 200 to 400 tons each. The Albany and Canal line, George Mouteath agent, have 13 barges, measuring from 200 to 40 tons each. The barges belonging to these lines are towed by the steamers Swiltsurp, Commerce, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, and Klswoith, forming a daily line between this city and New York. The steamboats are owned by these lines. Schuyler & Co.'s line c< nsists of eight barges, measuring from 100 to 2b0 tons each, and Tour steamboats, viz : Belle, Baltic, O.iwego, and Cayugn, to run daily between New York and this city, i B. C. Brainaru, agent. ' Durant, Lathroj) Co., have four targes, measuring 100 tons each, and the steemer Trojan. It is now in contemplation to add to this line three i more steamboats tor the purpose of forming a daily i line between this city and New York. 1 The lIudson|Uiver line, Choi in Co., agents, have nine barges, tneasuting from 200 to 400 tons I each I T* Tampa hua fhiil* Ka rem a manaurinr* frrvnr* lOft to 200 tons each L 4"W. Merchant have tnree barges, mensur1 ing from 150 to 200 tens each. S M Fish <fc Co. have six barges, measuring from 100 to 250 tons each. Martin Dimming has three barges, measuring from 150 to 250 tons each. Robert Dunlop has six barges, measuring 100 tons each. Tweddle <Sc Darlington have two barges, 150 tons each. To these we add a list of the lines to Philadelphia Philadelphia Link ?Yardley & Co., agents, have 12 barges, measuring 150 to 200 tons each. ' * John G. White's Philadelphia line has six barges, measuring 150 tons eech. To these may be added five or six steam propellers running to Philadelphia, and three to Hart1 lord and Norwich. i We annex a list of the transient steamboats which were engaged last season, and will doubtless he this, in lowing the b irges belonging to the smaller lines to and trorn New York, viz.: Sant dusky, liufialo, Madison, and Kosciusko, i The i?|,owing were engaged between this city and Troy :?Tolas, American Faglr, Maria, John Mason. Star. Chiet. Isabel. Convoy, and Ginsev. In the above lift we have not included a certain clues ot hosts known as lake boats, except such as are used exclusively on the river. There are a large number ol these boats navigating the river and canal, which are loaded either at New York or at some points on the canal, which go directly through, without stopping to unload.at this place.? Albany Jaumut, March 17. C'ONOCKSSIONAL fciLKC TION II VIRGINIA.?The election lor representatives in the n? xt Congress ol the L'nited .-states takes place on Thursday, the 2fith day o> April. The following are the caudidates ol both political parties: Firit Viitriet ?John 8. Million, (dam.) Col. Watts, (wh<g) St. and District.?R. K. Meade, (dem ,) B? whig SOml nation. Third District?Dr Averett, (dem.,) Thomas s. Flournoj, (whig) Fourih Diitrici ?Thomas 8. Booook, (den.,) Henry P. Irving, (whig.) Ft ft h District .?Paulas Powell, (dem ,) Wo. L. Oog. gin. (whig.) Sixth IHrtritt.?James A 8eddon, (dem .) John M. Botts (whig ) Tne anti-Botts whlgs bare nominated Charles Carter l.ee. kkgctmifc District.?Thomas II Bayly, (dem.,) F.. P. Pitts (whig.) bae ju?t deelined a poll. EifHtk District.?A. R. HoliWay, (dem.) James M. Fc.rUee. (whir.) Ninth Diitrict ? No democratic nomination; Jonn S. Pendleton, Jno. Jsnncy, ?nd Jno. A Csrtsr, (whig* ) 7>niA Diitrict -Rictisrd Parksr, (d?m .) John F. F. Hsmtrsmck, (whig ) C J Kauifcaor. (whig, bat not yet exactly out, (K V Conrad, (whig ) Eleventh Diitrict.- Jam*# MoDowell, (dam.) NO whig Domination, and It la now aald no other demooratio candidate Turinh Diitrict.?Henry fcdmuneon. (dam) No whig eandidat# y?t got up In plaoe of VV B. Preaton, now Seowtary of the Navy Thirteenth /)i*tn'c< ?FayetteMoMullen.(dem,) John B (Jeorge. (dtm.) /'gnrifnii Diitrict.?J M. H. Beale, (dea.,) Wn. Mo< rma* (whig.) Fifteenth Dutrict ? Alexander Newman, (dam,) W. Ruxaell. (whig) The above list contain* the names ot the candidates for Congress in the Old Dominion, as tar an they are known to us. The canvass has already commenced. Mii-itia of State or New You.?The annual report ot the Adjutant General, recently made to the Legislature, contains an abstract of the number ot militia of this State, officers and privates. The whole number enrolled is 178,649, of which 161,343 are infantry. Fru at Bin?hamton.?The flouring mill of Mr. Weed, of Binghamton, wus consumed on the morning ot the 13tn. Loss |7.000; insured for 16,000. Mr. W. had removed all the gram in the | mill belong.ng to its customers. A

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