Newspaper of The New York Herald, March 22, 1849, Page 2

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated March 22, 1849 Page 2
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"\ NEW YORK HERALD wthwMt corner of Piltan and Haeea* IU JAME8 UOKDOIf BKilNBTV, PROPRIETOR. THE DAIL Y UKRAI D. ? Jlr? edition*, 2 centi per espy?I perae?mm.neMOJlSLS(i EDITION i, puhluM.it .1 <,"/?, dutrdmtU be/ore break/art; ihrfirtt AFTEM.NOO KClT/O.NIM? be h.d of the ncunhoyi at 1 o'clock; hiid t. ?o'clock, P M. ^ HERALD, for circulation pn (An Com wnt, u pubhtrhtd <erry Saturday, at 6)4 cenXr rwrr cw>y. or J njon^.i/orrtrrulatiouin Europe, and printed ?n AV?n one hnyfuA. a( flV4 <-??/. per copy, or &< per antrum ; the latt price to include the porta pe. ALL LETTERS by mail, for eubecriptiont, or mith adm Kenewg renUtted Ml be deducted fri VW1. Urv l AK r L comatnmf mpona iwim, eoticited front Any quarter of tfu world ; 1/ tued, unit Morally paid for. AIUUHINIH THIS IV1MNU. BOWXRY THBATRR, Bomqr?*abl? Itb?Thb fi Mar. BROADWAY THXATRB. Broadway?I ibw Attomh Tbdmy tub Tilbb?Abatomibt? 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The President and the Gablnat?-Tranb about the Nominations, A. geod deal of sensation has been produced t the public mind, by the information that the Sena had rejected Mr. McGaughey as Governor of N nesota. This was probably one of the most lmp< tant nominations that haB been made by t President since he sent in his cabinet to the Sent for confirmation, and the rejection came with si prise on the country, and left an intense desire know the causes which induced the Senate to t as they have done, in refusing to confirm it. Sin the vote of the Senate was disclosed, the Washio ton correspondents of all parties have given th< versions of the affair, which are more or less exa gerated, and more or less correct in the details the matter. Our correspondents have alluded the rejection on several occasions, and one them, in to-day'b paper, goes into somewhat of minute statement of the causes which led to tl nomination, as well aa those of its rejection by tl Senate. It appears that the nomination of Mr. McGaug ey, aa we have heretoiore surmised, originat with Mr. Ewing, who is at the head of the Hoi department. Mr. E wing's career, as apoliticu is well known to the country; he was a member the cabinet under General Harrison, but was c of the first to secede from it and explode it after f death of General Harrison, and on the aecessi of John Tyler. Mr. Ewing is a man otconsideral talent, but we believe he in an ultra whig in fe Ing, purposes, and views. We are also inform that he has lately procured appointments for hie bi ther-in-law, his father-in-law, his son, and perha other connections, during the brief career of tl present administration. It is also believed that I is disposed to indulge in a general clearance of t office holders under his control, whatever may I their qualifications, their principles, or their gen rnl character. If these statements be correct?and we ha\ ihem from good authority?Mr. Ewmg certain goes a little beyond the programme of the adm nistration, which we were led to expect, by tl etters of General Taylor be lore the election, ai by his inaugural address since his accession power. The appointment and confirmation of crowd of nominees?members of his own family becomes a delicate matter for the Senate even proceed on; but the nomination of such a man Mr. McGaughey ta represented, on all hands, to t with his late career in the House with reteren to the Mexican war, was certainly trespassing, a considerable degree, on the quo ammo of tl administration, which we were led to expect fro General Taylor. His rejection, according to tl best accounts, seems to have been justified on tl part of the Senate, and we have no doubt that will be concurred in by the President himsei when all the facts of the case shall have been co rectly represented to him. Mr. McGaughey conduct in Congress, on the Mexican war, wi unpatriotic, anti-American, anti-national, and dii creditable, in the highest degree. We are satii fied that the President never, of his own volitio and knowledge of the man, would have sent in h nomination to the Senate for confirmation; an we are equally satisfied that the cabinet cotnmi ted a gnat error in recommending a man whoi nomination compelled so grave and dignified body as the Senate to act as it has done, on tl very threshold of the new administration, and rebuke the President in the discharge of an ir iinrtnnf rlnfv What ia past, however, can't be recalled; bi it may lead to greater care, and more regard fo propriety, on the part of the President'! ad risen for the future. It ia true that General Taylor, bein the President of the United States, and the hea of the administration, ia, in the ordinary sense < the term, responsible to the American people fc all the nominations, acts and measures, that h may recommend; but it is no lesa true, that whil he occupies that legal position, the whole of th moral responsibility of the administration will fa visited on Mr. Clayton and his colleagues in tfa cabinet, whoever they may be. General Taylt was called to the high place which he now fill from a conviction, on the part of the America people, of hia high moral character, hia uncoi querable patriotism, hia purity of pur|>ose, and h genuine American feelings. He is not, and coul not, from his previous life, be acquainted with th details of office, the peculiarity of personal oharai tcr, or all those small matters which are so abs< luu ly necessary to be known in the performanc of the most ordinary public duties. To assist hii in this branch ol hi* administration, he calls to h aid a cabinet ol public men, eminent atatesmei well acquainted with the details of public affaii and with the capacity and character of candidate lor the offices to whieh they may aspire. If ba ui mm*.u na and improper appointments be mad under such advisers, the moral responsibility rest with them; and it ao, the President woul< Le justified, in the event of any gross df lusion being practised on him, to dismis the individual troni his cabinet at a mo mem o warning, who had acted in that man ner ; and in this prompt and equitable course o actisn, the American people would support Gen Taj ler against aii the cliques and all the trading (oliticiuBH that could stand in a row from Vfash ldgton to San Francisco, California. Under this view of the matter, and with all th< I acts in relation to the nomination and rejectioi ol Mr. McGaUghey, we ihink the Senate are p.t tecily justified in the course they have pursu-'d and that the cabinet have committed a gross erro in recommending to our patriotic President th iii initiation ol such a man to such a high oflic< involving such responsibility, and in bnngin about such a collision at this early stage betwee he new President and the United Slates Senate. Bank Excitkmunt at Albany.?It seems that ' there ia a considerable bank excitemeat growing ' c out ot deTclopemeata mad* ia the matter of the Canal Bank, just now bre dkiog out at Albany. A short time back, a Mr. Olcott, the cashier, was tried for frauds in connection with the bank, and 17 we believe was acquitted. Hie trial, however, * brought out developments showing the state of morals of the hanking speculators, in a singular t* manner. Just new another report on this subject ^ has appeared, emanating from the Legislature, in " session at Albany, which makes yet further derr velepements, giving a beautiful statement of the momlB which have prevailed in the interior of tha1 ^ banking establishment. One of the funniest statements in this aflair is = the inventory of property presented by Edwin Croswell, one of the proprietors of the Argus ^ newspaper. In that statement, it seems he has been a general dealer in all sorts of things, and an h owner of every thing which can be enumerated in ua the catalogue of speculations. There are factory stocks, lots, mortgages, taverns, lands in the West, insurance company stocks, telegraph stock, State '** stock, steam stock, &c : in short, all sorts of things of this description are enumerated among hiu nrnrvrfir nmnnnf innr f A 171 000 Hll A PA ...? I'*"*'* ?/? umvuuw?.b f I?' ? ? ia- of various kinds; $-1,000 of which appear to be due to Prosper M. Wetmore, ex-Navy Agent of ?]j this city. Some of his opponents are making a great deal of fuss about this statement, and hold * ? him up lo the public indignation en account of it. We rather think, however, that Mr. Croswell is about as honest as nine-tenths of the bankers and o- brokers in this or any other State. The great error which our cotemporary committed was that of being concerned in other stock than that * of newspaper stock. Those persons who have too c many irons in the fire stand the chance of having some of them cooled, or of having the fire = go out altogether. In matters of business, the ^ best plan is always to concentrate one's ideas upon one special and singls occupation, and to exert all one's energy and sagacity in carrying out that object properly. If Mr. Croswell of Albany, had le always stuck to his new spaper, without wishing to get rich suddenly, he would haw been at this day ?n n verv resuectahle man. innt?nrl nf hpinir nn te to the world as one of that tribe of mortals who are [t- estimated as bank rogues. Mr- The Van Buren party?the old friends of Mr. he Croswell? are out against him with great indignaLte tion for his banking transactions; but we think M- the Van Buren party is fully as deep in the mire as t0 he is in the gutter, in that respect. ict ee Appointments in this Citt.?Great anxiety U [j?_ manifested among all parties, in relation to the apJir pointn:ents which are expected to be made here, in a few weeks or months, for Collector, Postmaster, 0f Sub-Treasurer, Marshal, Naval Officer, and other to important officers in this district. The various 0j cliques among the whigs are moving heaven and a earth, each for its own man. e According to the developementB made by previous [ie appointments, and the rule of action eliminated, which appears to regulate the cabinet in its selectiens, that rule is to give the appointments to those e(j put forward by the cliques which have the greatesi ne influence in Congress. Now, under this view ol in> things, we rather think the Seward clique of this 0f State and city, will hava the moBt influence in these lQe selections, as that clique is probably the stronges' in Congress, or will be at the next session. The on candidate for Collector, of this clique, is said to be James Bowea; who the others may be, we have ej. not heard as yet. General Sam Houston.?The correspondent of tne i>tv> iotk ax)>tcu states " mat senator P* Houston had gone off, and left Senator Rusk to he battle, single-handed, for Texas, in the debate on the protocol." Senator Houston was under an atill tachment to testify in a court in Texas, and was >e compelled to leave; and he knew very well that e- his colleague, Senator Rusk, even single-handed, was equal to any emergency that might arise '6 touching the interests of Texas. The two Texan 'y Senators have preserved the respectability of the i- Senate, and have done more than any other two ie Senators to soften down and soothe the aspentiei id and bitterness of sectional and party spirit in the to councils of the nation, jApropot? Gen. Houston's a famous address to the South, in reply to Mr. Cal? houn, is a capital paper, and should be published, to We shall find room for it at soon as possible. as >e, False News fbom California .?The newspa ce pers all round the country are full of false intelliin gence, false letters and false news, purporting to he come from California. Accounts have been given m (o the 20th of January, when it is well known that he the latest intelligence from San Francisco and he those quarters is only brought down to the 23d of it December. Various attempts have been made to |ft heax the public with pretended California news, r- The first we remember was by letters from Louis's ville, in Kentucky, one of which came to us, parts porting to be later intelligence, which was nothing a. but the mere manufacture of aome hlr?/?iri,?o/i nm West. n From Vrmuuela.?We understand, from phis Tata letters received from Maracaibo, by mercanid tile houses in this city, dated in the latter end of t- January, that peace and quietness had once more been restored in that city. Paez's forces (the ina surgente) had left the place some time since, and ie as the action between them and Monagaa'l (go" to vernment troops) at the mouth of the hver Julia, it* up the lake, had been decisive in favor of Monagas, it was anticipated and hoped that the Paes it party would hereafter keep easy, r There has been a law made within the last year, >, in the rejniblic of New Granada, which the other g South American republics would do well t^make d also; it is to this eflecti?that the government >f will not be responsible for any damage done to the r property of loreign residents during political ex. e citemt nts. This law is seemingly a harsh one, e but as foreign residents generally are very fond of e meddling with the politics of thes- republics, it e would prevent their being so ready to do so when >e their property is put in as much jeopardy as that of >r the natives whom they incite to revolution. s, t - ?? a- ' - ? KitiiM rmumum. j.?ojh ijy k, a piain small, I. of the brig Washington, from St. Domingo, which is place she left on the 26th ult, we have the follow4 ing accountsThe Haytiens and Dominicans ie have had an engagement, in which the Haytiens j. were defeated. The Dominicans were said to be j. deserting, on account of not receiving pay or ra>e tions, and the Haytiens were en their march torn wards the city. It was also reported that many of is the Haytiens were deserting. Business very dull. J Sali.ino or the Steamship Tennessee.?The ^ new and beautiful steamship Tennessee, Capt. j Collins, took her departure yesterday afternoon, ' at her appointed hour, with a full freight list and about sixty passengers. She went down the bay , in a style that satisfied all in any manner connected with her, and all those who had the pleasure of j seeing her. u jiater from Havana.?By the arrival of the fine skip Norms, Capt. Ellis, in nine days from f Havana, we have received commercial advices and ship news two days later, which will be found j under their proper beads. Marine Affairs* The steamship Isthmus, Capt Baksr, which left New Or'.saas oa ths 30th February, tat Chagres, arrivsd at i kin*<toa. Jam., oa ths 38th. We undetstand that Mr. J. Oris wold will have > tooth*r vests) added to his Use of Loadoa packet*, la r a ebort time, eqnal to its Devonehtre-the ehsrt pase of which we noticed yesterday. She Is baUding by Meters WeeWrvelt k McKay, and 1s te bo called ^ the Nentbamptcn. n The caie of Lncretla Raw va the City at Boston, for the rvoovery of that portion oflh# city known ae Pine strict, wca Ciolltd on Monday, la favor of ths olty. Theatrical and Busload. Bowkkt thutii.-ttthht} rain itmd we lii last evening,had someeffeot la thinning the andlenoe a little at this boate; neTertheleee, the entertainments went off with mnob eplrit. The vagaries of Skyrocket g Ned amaacd the folk* mightily, and one feela almoat \ inclined to forgive hi* reekleaaaeaa en aeooaat of hie good heart '* Be jnat before yon are geaeroui," 1* the treset aaying ever uttered, and it would be well if ' a little more attention were paid to It by many whoa* t lavish expenditures and indiscriminate gifts obtain tbem a good name with their fellow men, whilst the juet cleima they inenr, are left all unpaid, to toe <i?- t trlment of really worthy persona. The oomedy of the , "Vast Maa<: inculcates this moral eery poUttdly. ' Eagle Eye " still continues his nightly eareer orer 1 the stage of the Bowery, greatly to the admiration of ] the audiences It Is really surprising to see how a horse oan be so well taught to go through the various | feats performed by this one of Mr. Hall's. Hall, himself, . - VI .HmlnVl. TK. VIII ?111 V . 1 repeated this evening. Broadway Theatsb.?Last evening, " King O'Nell, 1 or the I rich Brigade," ?u performed at thia theatre. The prinoipal oharaoter waa auatainad bj Collins, with bis usual ability and humor. Tba part of Gen. Count Dillon, waa played wltb great effect by Mr. Dyott, and tbat of Loula XT., by Mr. Fredarloka, with mueh dignity. Tha overture wae eompoeed of " Patrick's Day," " Paddy O'KaSerty," ?Savourneea Dbeelieb," " Garry Owen," ho. The other entertainmente passed off with unqualified auoeesa. As might bare been expected, the unpropitieus state ofthe weather bad an effect upon the receipts ef the house. But this wae a contingency beyond all human oontrol The ' Enchantress " Ta looked for by the pnhllo with considerable Impatlenee, and when it does make Its appearance. It will be In a style of unsurpassed magnificence, wblob will be the manager's Juatifioetloa for baring deroted auoh a length of time te its production. In order to add to the splendor of the speotaole, and to introduoe it with the greatest possible effect to the patrona of tbls elegant and fashionable theatre, several vocalists of the highest emlnenoe have been engaged The expense of getting up an entertainment like tbls is Immense, hut we here no doubt thet it will enswer the most sanguine expectations of all oouoerned. National Theatbe.?This house was pretty well filled last evening considering the unfevoreble stete of the weather, and Mose, Sykesey and their two deerles, Llse end Jenny, were as raoy as ever, in their trip to California. Bythe-by, we bare seen a letter from the gold reglone going the reande, in whleh the writer states he has ,discovered a " ledge of gold." He was net the flrat who found it, as Moee hae, every evening for the lust six or eight weeks, pleked out snoh a ledge at the National, maoh to his own delight and that of the audience too. Tom and Jemmy was next played with its usual suooess. To-night Mr. Tltton puts his name up for a benefit, the first one be has taken at this house. He is a very popular member of the oompaay, an excellent aotor, and a worthy young man. We hope his friends will not forget his appeal to-night. A new comte drama, entitled "Whleh Is the King ?" will be played first, after which the two loeal dramas, and to conclude with the romantio drama of " Maurloe the Woodcutter." Burton's Thkatrr.?-It is a positive boon to the numerous visiters orowdlng Into New York at this benign season ef the year, that an opportunity Is afforded ' them yet of seeing the domestlo, pathetio, desoriptive, mournful, sad, and gay drama of " Dombey k Son." It was performed last night by the usual oast, with 1 their usual exoellence. and drew such a house as we venture to say no otner piece oeuld have drawn on scoh a night, when the rains, as if In pity far our streets, came down in torrents almost heavy enough to wash away some of the deep filth of the filthy Corporation of New Yerk. < Paul Pry " suooeeded to >> Dombey." in whloh Burton held the audlenoe enraptured with his originality and desoriptive powers. A mammoth entertainment ie announced lor this BVMiiina. vhinh no rinnht will vIvb mammntti nmneu. lunut ?b4 fan to mammoth hoars, it U neither I more nsr less than Burton himself, as Lady Maobeth, and Brougham as Macbeth, in a new version of the celebrated tragedy of that name. Cnrioeity ia on the r/trt tire, wondering what sort of a thing thia will be. A traveetle, to avcoeed, must be a good thing. The proposed entertainment aeema to promise a step from ' the sublime to the humorous?if not to the ridiculous, f At all events, Lady Maobeth, by Mr. Burton, must be something eminently droll; no doubt he will be in a woman's part what Miss Cushman is said to be in a man's part?/sciie piincrps. Broadway Ciaoui ?Last evening, this eharmlsg place of amusement was not se well attended, in oonteqnence of the unpleasant state of the weather. The performances were, as usual, exoellent. The daring feats of horsemanship and the wonderful sagacity shown by the ponies, were truly astonishing. The grouping and posturing of the Rivers family are remarkably olever. The fun exhibited by the olown, Sam Latnrop, delighted all. In faot, the whole of the performances went off admirably. An exoellent bill is . offered for this evening. Amkricaiv Dramatic Fund Association.?This admirable Institution has nearly reaohed the first year of its existence, and never has a similar undertaking com- 1 menced with more brilliant prospeots. The anniversary of the passage of the act of incorporation, April 10. will be celebrated by a dinner and miscellaneous entertainment at the Aitor House, which we can fisarleesly promise will exceed in splendor and attractiveness any festival whioh New Yotk has yet seen. The leading dignitaries of the learned and liberal professions will be present, the yearly report of the present offloera of the fund made public, speeebes from celebrated people, with vocal and instrumental music from all attainable sources, the latter portion of the magnificent entertainment to be oonflded to the able 1 directorship of George L oder. We hear of sundry Imi mense features to be exhibited, amongst them, not the least dellolous, will be the vast ohoral aid, la euoh glo1 rlous musio as no* eoii'i Domine, the Shaksperlan - glees, and old English madrigals, ho. Who will he absent on snob an interesting occasion? TaBEBTIUI Mb n*UB.veal. rn.n.m. _ tv. it-a. a m uu.<ui,ati . A UQ UIOD of Mr Dempster's projected series of eoncerts will take place this evening at the Tabernaole, under circumstances of more than ordinary attraotion. Hie syllabus will be found In the usual column, replete with those earnest, passionate, warm, and pathetle musical compositions characteristic of his native land-snoh as have heretofore attracted the public taste, and must, on this occasion, seoure him a continuation of the publio patronage. Christy's Mi vstskls.?The programmes of the concerts of these very popular minstrels are very raoy.? They Include all the varieties of muaio, comlo and sentimental, grave and gay, instrumental andl vodlal, besides the famous burlesque ot the " Voyage Musleale," and the seen a of the 'Cowbellogians." No more amusing way of passing an evening can be foand than visiting Christy's Minstrels. New Oslv.its Skrenadicrs.?These singers keep up their reputation as soientlflo performers most thoroughly. Evety night they are listened to by orowds of cor 1 most intelligent oitisens, andjwhetber It is the musical i panorama or the Italian scenes, or any of their other amusing performances, tbey are sure to give satisfaction to all. Misehva Roosis.?Mb. Anatcit, vhb Msoieu*.?The Incomparable Freneb ucanuftur, who has been performing for the last three weeks at this place of amusement, draw*, nightly, a numerous audlenoe, and all beholders of his skilful trioks and legerdemain, leave him delighted, and spread his fams through the city. We do not think that aav nthe* ' v? competitor to him ; for he possesses dexterity and address*, and the Iouri which he perform* are new, and hare never been exhibited in New York. We advise c,ur reader* to go and *ee for themselves that M. , Adrien deserves all the content* of oar notioe. He is a master in his profession, no doubt, and deserves pa- 1 tronsge. ] Gxrmania Mi sicsl SoAbtv.?This eelebrated hand j have been very soooessfol in their oonoerts at Baltimore. We are informed they will give a musieal entertainment, at the Chinese Building, on Tnesday < evening next. i Paisobama or the Huoson Rirtm.?The warm rains we have had lately, will, no donbt. olear all tbe loe oat . of tbe Hudson, hut those who wish to see its beeatie* 1 without waiting for this consummation, ean do so by visiting the panorama of It whish is exhibiting now at | Stoppanl Hall. It glvosa most accurate and mlnnta representation of the noble river. As Oresa'Que*t.?Why does net Matlni and Steffanonl give the New York pmblio a tost of thoir quality 1 rray let u* nrgo them do so, as the musioal world la on ' the tip-toe to Mar them. (< Mis* Dickinson has returned to England, after a sua- \ easeful tour in the United States. Mr. Booth, the tragedian, Is playing In Msmphis, Tonn. Mr. John R. Soott is in Philadelphia. ll^urlu Ol ? - * ? ' , - OIRUUII riCU, KBU Hlgnor Vlttti, were announced to give a grand oonoert In Washing- 1 ton last night. a Signor Marinl took paaiaga in the America for Europe. He baa an engagement In London. c A company of oirona ridera la forming In Tarla, In . order to go to San Kranelaoo and eatablieh there a 1 olrcna amphitheatre, in the stylo of the Hyppodrome of Tarla. It In well known that Amerioana are rery fond of that stylo of entertainment. Certrai. America.?Our dates from Belize, Hon- , duraa, bjr the Dream, at New Orleans, are to the i 2-lth ult. The Ubteivtr, of the 17lli, has this paragraphr Our advices are to the 6th instant, and ws ' have the pleasure of stating that a treaty of peace has been made at Zacapa, between the commissioner on the part ol the government, and Gen. Vicente Cruz, subject only to the ratification of the goverraient. The precise terms of the treaty we have not heard; however, we understand that it is very advantageous to tne government. With this it is to be hoped matters will tm- 8 prove in the interior, although it is much feared , that the roads will be for some time lniested by ~ robbers. ( We have received by mail, files of the I/nndurai ? Obtttvtr to the 21th ult., but find nothing in addition to the above, except a market of the 24th ult.? which will be found in ita proper place. 4 Naval Intelligent*. The T'nite d State* frigate Rarttan, from Norfolk.*U epoken by the tebooner Henry, Capt. Reed, whioh ar- h lived here yeeterday, on the l?th la*t., in lat 37, long. |* 7? W. J# Commodore Down* ha* been appointed te the oenn.and of the navy yard at Boeton. A man named Newtotnb, wee ornahed to death be- 0< tween two eir* on the Atlantio and St l.twrenct Kail- pi i ttud u.ai Noith karnouih, Ma**., on fueiday taut. TKLEUKAPHli IflTELLliiENCK Unmmarjr* o Below will be found Beveral despatches by tele- 1 !r8|'b, detailing the most recent intelligence from 1 anous parts of the Union. In the United States Senate, the business was t inncipslly contined to the debate, in secret sea- g don, of the Protocol question ; and a message was received from the President, in reply to a resolution of Mr. Benton, calling for information on t hat subject. The opinion seems to prevail, that i

lothine will be elicited in this discussion calcu- i ated to invalidate the treaty, or to cast any re* proach upon the late administration. Among other Dominations submitted, was that of Ex-Governor 1 Pennington, of New Jersey, as Governor of the * territory of Minesota. The rumor that the axe of proscription was to { fall upon the necks of the subordinate officers in j the bureaus transferred to the Home Department, in contradicted. Our despatches from Albany will be found more t than usually interesting; considerable industry is evinced by members of both houses; and various { measures, of importance to the public at large, are l in a state of progress. The bill providing for the J election of three additional Judges of the Superior i Court of this city has become a law, and they will ? be cheEen at the xext charter election. The iol- 1 lowing bills were reported favorably upon in the 1 Senate:?A bill for protection against fires in the city of New York; a bill to incorporate the New York and Havre Steam Navigation Cempany. A j resolution was reported, to confer gold medals and the thanks of the Legislature upon certain officers in the Mexican war. The afternoon session of the \ Senate was devoted to the consideration of the bill concerning the Code of Practice. In the House, the following bills were passed:? The bill organizing the courts of Brooklyn; the 1 New York Marine Court bill; a bill for the preservation of newspapers ; and an important bill limit, jng the amount of damages, incases of death resulting from carelessness on railroads. The wharfage bill was under discussion, and was referred to a select committee. The homestead exemption bill was defeated. Various important resolutions were passed, for which we refer to our despatches. In the Pennsvlvnnia I .pmsliitnre the hill fnr the completion of the Northern branch ol the Penn- ' eylvama canal, to connect with the New York line ' ot canals, has been defeated in the lower house. Thelltilcan Protocol?The Continuation of Jllr, Benton's Speech, dec. dee. Waihinoton, March 31,1840. The debate on the protocol will probably terminate sooner than It waa at first expected, the Senators on both sides of the ohamber believing that nothing has been elicited oalonlated to invalidate any artlole of the treaty. It Is now probable that a vote will be taken Immediately on the olose of Mr. Benton's speech, and a resolntien will be adopted, declaring the Protocol to be in perfeot aeoordanoe with the articles it refers to; and that no blame attaches to thelate administration in this matter. This resolution will be Buppwwu vj mix buo uoiuuorauv lavnoen ?uu pureru whig*. A conference fu bold yesterday by the democratic 1 members, at which it til determined that there be no longer any oonfidence plaoed in Mr. Benton. Mum. < Hamlin and Bradbnry, although oorely againet their < will, are oompelled to oppose Mr. Benton, on Mr. Clifford's aooonnt. It is said that Do La Rosa, the Mexican Minister, Is privy to this movement of Mr. Benton. That ( be warmly approves of It is unquestionable, as it would be greatly to the Interest of Mexleo If Mr. Benton were to sueeeed. It Is believed that his speeehes ' will shortly be published. | The Heme Department?Heads of Bureaus? Appointments, Ac. "Wash iwstow, Maroh 21, 1849. We are authorised to state that there is not the slightest foundation for the report that Mr. Ewing claims that the heads of bureaus and olerks trans- i ferred to the Home Department, are virtually out ef 1 offloe, their oommisslons having expired In consequence of the transfer. The aot is perfeotly explicit i upon this point, and neither Mr. Ewing or any other member of the eabinet has ever entertained suoh an absurdity as that the incumbents of the bureaus 1 Ex-Uovernor Pennington, of New Jersey, bu been nominated for Governor of Mlnesota, and Mr. Sploer Postmaster of Dayton, Ohle. Several nominations will be sent Into the Senate to' morrow, we understand. Called Session of Use Senate. Washington, Maroh 21,1840. The Senate met at the nraal hour this morning, Mr' Aachisow, the President pro ten. in the ohslr. After (he transaction of the one ternary preliminary bnslnees, a message was received from the President by the hands of his private Secretary, Col- Bliss. vtcoTivs session, , On motion cf Mr. Badges, of North Carolina, the Senate went into executive session. \ TM message or the President, in reply to the re sola, j Hon of Mr. Benton, colling for information in regard to the protocol, waa then read. m01i (fomikatiom. | A number of nomination* were next submitted. i Among them I Ex-Governor Pknisinoto*, of New Jersey, to be Gorernor of the new territory of Mlnesota. Mr. Spicks, to be Postmaster of Dayten, Ohio. 1 The balanoe cf the nominations were to offloea of an 1 unimportant character. I pvkkkal op mr. dickiiflolt. After sitting in exectivo session a short time, the Senate rose and proceeded to the Hall of the Heuse of Representatives, to attend the funeral of the Hon. Mr. < Dickinson, of Ohio, a member of the last Congress, and 1 member elect of the next Congress. ? Mr. Atchisor occupied the Speaker's .chair. Preii- t lent Taylor, and Messrs. Clayton, Meredith, Ewing, md Rsverdy J ohnscn were present. An eloquent and appropriate discourse was delivered c >y the Rev. Mr. Goblkt. o The body ?u depeelted in the Congressional buryog ground. TiiR raorooot.. T The debate, In eeeret eeeelon, will be eontlnned to- ^ ioitow on the protocol question; and aa Mr. Benton'* j, peeoh I* certain to call for repllee from the democratic B ide of the chamber, it ie altogether uncertain aa to he ilme when the Senate will adjourn. Balllrg ef the Steamer America. fl Boston, March 21. ? The royal mall eteameblp America sailed from her * rharf at noon, with a large number of passengers and ^ fklr amount of freight. [This is very satisfactory; why not state the number * f passengers, If not their namts T The A. had 00 en- " aged at neon on Tuesday.?Hirald.) ^ The Pennsylvania Canal. Hisausuaaif, March II, 1840. The bill lor the completion of the north branch (11- t1 Isloa of the Pennsylvania Canal to New York State Ine.was defeated this afternoon. In the Hon?? of R?n. esentatlves of the Pennsylvania Legislature, by the nllowing vote?yeas 80. nays 40. RBW YORK LBOULATCRB. ? Albahv, Mareh 21,1849. d< SKNAlX. *H* ftpibior court or issw tors CITY. The Governor tiansmltted message I storming tbo 0 en ate that b? would sign tho bill providing for tbo fcl lection of nn additional number of judges of tbo uperlor Court of the city of New York. So it is a *' tw. and three judges will be ohesen at the next ohar- tl tr eleetioB. comkvricatior from mbi. Williams. t? Mrs. Williams, widow of tbo Hon T. 8. Williams, tt eoeased, Senator from the 20th distriot, eommunl- ot sled to the Piesident of the Senate her appreciation t the sympathy of Senators for the loss sustained by ?" tr. The letter was written In excellent taste and kBguage. It was ordered to be entered on the ureal. TUB flt.OT LAW. i . dl Remonstrance from cltisens of Patohogue. Suffolk A| maty, against any restriction of the pilot law, was p eee-Gd. Petition* of large iaob?t of oltiiea* from all part* t the 8taU, for prohibition bp law, of the tale of Inoxlcatlng Uquori Referred to a eeleot committee 'H> iUOCIlTltN FOB TNI KFtlir OF 1UID INulUNNT FEMALRa. Mr. Feoit introdaeed a bUl. reviving the charter of he aaeoclation for the relief of reepeetable aged indi;ent females of the city of New York. Mr. Frost alee gave notice of a bill to oompel (teaaiioate on water# of tble State to be thorooghly equipped ritb email boete, for proteotion of the Urea of paseen[era conrejed by them. THE !<BW TOE* AND HATER STKAMIHIP 00MFANT. j Mr BuaoH,from Committee of Commeree and Na- I igatloa, reported favorably on the bill Inoorporatlrg he New York and Havre Steam Navigation Company. BUFFALO AND NIAOAEA RAILROAD. Mr. Cornttell, from tbe Railroad Committee, re>erted a bill to amend the charter of tbe Buffalo and Niagara naiiroaa uompauy. mutual li kk insurance companies. On motion of Senator Adami, the follewing resolu.ion ?u adopted: Resolved, That the Committee on Banks and Inlurance Companies, infinite what legislative action, f any, is neoessary for tbe bettor proteotioa and eafe nvestment of the funds of mutual life Insursaoe sompanies, and aa to the expedienoy of their being required to invest one half of their sapltal, and preminma received from time to time, in atooka of thin State and the United States, and deposit the same irith the Comptroller, subjeot to withdrawal only on payment ol poliolos when the balance of their funds n band shall have been exhausted. ihi committib oj finance. The President was requested to appoint a Senator >n the Committee of Finance during the aiokneaa of Mr. Lawrence. itatb agricultural collbob. The bill appropriating $51,000 for a State Agricul tnral College, was made the speoial order for Tuesday next. new citt hall for buffalo. The bill passed allowing the olty of Bnffalo to erect a oity hall in plaoe of the present diminutive and Inconvenient edifice. a railroad from flattsruro to thb canada linb Among the bills sent to the seleot committees was a Mil chartering a oompany to oonstruot a railroad from Plattsburg to the Canada line on the west side ef Lake Cham plain. the johnstown flake road comfanv. Debate arose on the bill allowing the Johnstown Plank Road Company te build a bridge for their road HronuigiiiuaiwtniTn. iviuruirea win HUM priooiplM. The Fulton Bridge Company have already an ordinary bridge over this rlrer, and their charter provides that no other bridge shall be built within three mile*. The Plank Road Company are willing to buy the bridge, bnt are net willing to bay the franchise, and maintain the Legislature has fall eontrol over their oharter. This the other side deny. The bill was ordered to its third reading, Mr. Clare, of Utlca, Mr. Johnson, of New York, and Mr. Montis, of Cattaragus, opposing. thi madison university, The bill to repeal the aet providing for the remove) of Madison University from Hamilton village to Rochester, was debated. Mr. Fuller opposed the bill, maintaining that some oitisens of Hamilton village bad need extraordinary and culpable weens to prevent the removal, suoh as endeavoring to overwhelm the notion of the Board of Education, by procuring persons to beoome members of the society by the payment of one dollar eaoh, so as to vote upon this question, when they had no interest In the welfare of the denomination (the Baptist) nor of the University. The debate was net oonelnded, snd the bill was made the special order again far tomorrow; THI CODE or PRACTICe. The Senate passed Its afternoon session In considering the code of praotloe. sold medals and thanes for the heroes of the mexican war. A resolution was reported by the Militia Committee) ordering Gen. Worth, Lieut. Col. Taloott, Captain BAVM.IA. U.MAtUA. .wj Aik iV. AI I SAL UHU1I, u? HUIUU Ut IDS people of the State and gold medals. ASSEMBLY. Albany, Maroh 21,1849. TfIC WHtlridl BILL. The Home had under consideration the wharfage bill, wbieh was opposed by Mr. Fitihugh, the Speaker, and other country members, as adverse to the Interests of trade, and calculated to embarrass free oommerelal ntereourse which the country would >o willingly maintain with the metropolle. Mr. Gilsbbt| of Hudson, Mr. Cornell, and other New fork members, olaimed that the rates of wharfage in the olty of New York were from 1 to 000 per oent lees than in other cities?that the inoome derived did not realise 3X per oent en the investment. It wee justioe to the olty that this bill should be adopted. Several amendments were offered, the object of which was to take the life out of the bill, first, the House determined to except all canal boats, then all sloops, schooners, and all kinds of craft navigating the Hud* son River; then all oyster boats from Staten Island; then all the clam boats from Long Island; and finally the bill was referred to a select oommlttee. COURTS or CITIL AND CRIMINAL JURISDICTION IN BROOKLYN. The bUl from the SeRRte for organising courts of slYil and criminal jurisdiction lu Brooklyn, vu concurred In, except thut the House reduced the celery of the judge from $>,000 to 1,600; end thet of polios i us ties from $1,800 to $1,600. THR MOMCSTKAD RIBMPTION. The House refused to meke the hoaesteed exemption bll', vhloh exempts from exeeutien oertein reel estate, e spec lei order. A simller bill hes been elreedy oat in the Senete. The bill to efford feoilltles for the orgenisetlon of tanks now Inoorporeted, when they choose to come inder the provisions of the general bunking lew, wes recommitted. THR FR RSI R TAT ION OF NEWIPAPRRS, A Mil wes passed for the preserretien of newspepers. rhe object of the bill is to scours en ecoount of the iccurrenoes of the times, end thus perpetuete e true listory from the detells given day by deyes the events >cour. It eutborlses oounty clerks to subscribe for wo papers, end to have them regularly died end bound THR PRICE or DEATH UTON RAILROADS. An importent bill limiting the ameunt to be paid in ess of death upon railroads, resulting from accldent r default, wes passed. THE NRW YORK MARINR COURT RILL The New Tork Marine Court bill wes passed. It proides that at the next charter election two Judges of be Court shell be elected, who shell have jurisdiction n r...!.. Ihn. Ilmlll ? ?utl. ?!.. t preaeat exaroleed by that court. THE BUI'TALO BHD HORflELLATILLR RAILROAD. The Buffalo cad Hornellarllle Railroad bill waa delated by a veto of 61 to 88-86 being neeeaaary for ita aaaage. It waa roted agalaat from a fear that ita aaaaga would delay the completion of the F.rla RailDad to Daaklrk. It waa argaad that nnleaa the Erie lallroad ahonld be completed by 1861 to Daaklrk, it onld loae the boaafft of the $800,009 loan ; bat It aa ahawa that the eoaotitutloa expreealy pointa to lie facta, and gtvea all neoeaaary power la eaae aa axtaaloa of time may beoome aeoeaaary. u.iion colifiii, A reaoluUon *m adopted extending Inquiry Into in etnto of the funds, he , of Union Collogo, for pood of 25 peon. THR RCW TOM AXl*lT?L. Reeointlons of Inquiry were adopted, colling on tho cmmltelontre of tho Load Offlee to roport whether ij neeeeeity exista that tho State eheuld abandon to present Areenal, in Centre etreot, Now fork, at a poeitory fcr tho arme of tho State. A further reiolntioa of iaqnlry wet offered at to tho imet of tho partloo whoto debta at the Canal Bank tre been compromised. Mr. Fitimoow denied the right of the Legialataro to [pete tranteetloaa of Innooent parti at, with whom 10 recolrer might hare made lettlemoaia. Thio, ho rgod, waa a rary different ceee from that of tho diree re or other partleo, who bare boon connected with w management of the bank. Tho reoolutioa lioa or. he Latest from the lothmus anil California. Tho annexed detpatoh wae published in the Haitioro Joitttit of Tneeday morning Nrw Oai.aewa, Mareh 15. Tie brig Terfeot. Capt (Jerdintr, arrived hare tolj iron ' hegret, whence the tailed on the J7th ult. motg her pHnren |er?, it Lieut Lewii, b-ercr of dee ticket frim the Paeifl.i squadron to \V?ib*rg*oe He rryorte the U S mau ttcaaer Origin Irjiu ." fiw ??????? York via Rio do Jinolrv acd Vslpmlio, arrived at Pmiot oa tht'.iil February and would leave far Saw Pranolscoea the loth March i *h? would take 800 paererigrre, leaving about 1800 more waiting eouveyanos to tbv gold region* At Sus Ffttelic1), provisions were enorrnoasly h'gh; ana new paid placer* had been discovered] on the Beorainrnto of Iman-nse value The profit ofeaa cargo of good* shipped from Valpara'so to San fr'ranetaoo war one hundred and twenty thousand dollar*. Markets. riTTteuHoii, March 30.1840. Flour?Tbe quotations oannot be o<>rr?e ly given' the market la too much unsettled. Bason bog ronnd, 4)tc.; hams, Co. per lb.; timothy seed $i per bushel; flaxseed. Wo. per bu-bel. It ba* beon raining ail day, and we have t)8 feat water in the channel, and rising. Bei/rimeac, Maro'r 30 -4 P. M. The Inolemant weather hue operated considerably egaiast out-door business The floor market U quiet. Bales amount to 600 barrels Howard street brand at $1 78. Small sals* of City Mills at the same prion. The suck of 11 cur at present on band, of all descriptions, amounts to about 70,000 barrels. The reoeiptiare also laorrasiag, and tbe tendency of pries* Is la favor of buyers. Sales of eornmeal et 93 60, and ryo floor at )8 81 a $8 87)8. The supply of grain is small; red whsst Is selling ,at $1 03 a $1 07. aad white do at fll 08 a $1 14. oorn is quiet: sales of 7000 bushels at 41 a 43c for ' white, and 48 a 60c for yellew; oats 3d a 38o ; rya 60s. There i? quite a large upply of provisions, and tbe market rather dull. Bales of mess pork at $10 76 a $11: and prime. $0 76 a $10; mess beef, $11 87 a $13; no change in baoon. Lard is dnll at 8)8 a 7)8o in bbls. and kege. Urooerlei steady. Sales of New Orleans sags rat 4S8a 6)8o.j molasses. 38)8 a 30o.; sales of Rio coffee at 6)8 a 7>4a ; rice. 8)8 a3<8o. per lb Whiskey Is dull?small sales at 38>8o. in bbls. and hhds. nominal, at 33Ko. Police Intelligence. Charge of Steuling a b'atcA.? Offloer Burahsta, Of the 6lb ward, arrested, yesterday, a negro ealltng himself Lewis Mansfield Henry, alias John t. Johnson, en a oharge of stealing a gold weteh, rained at $00, the property of Mr Lewis Harrison, >9 Leonard street.? This negro was arrested, a few days age. and detained a short time on suspicion of having this wateh In his possession; but no evidenoe then appearing, the negro was discharged This watoh was than delivered np to the negro, who pawned It for $16, in order to pay the lawyer's fees. The owner Is now found for the wateh, and the negro committed for trial. Violent -isioulr Lon a Policeman.?Offloer Cnllum, of the 6th ward polioe, while in the disobarge of his duly in arresting a man by the name of Joseph Stewart, when another man by the name of James MoNamara, aided by several others, fell npon the effleer and beat him in a very severe manner, dlslooating his shoulder, fraoturing two of hit ribs, and otherwise out ting and bruising bit head. The officer was oonteyed to the oity hospital, where hlg wounds were dressed; and subsequently he was taken to bis resldenoe; the two prisoners were looked up In the Tombs to await tbe result ot the injuries Jibnracting Money from Lettert.? Offloer Stephens arrested, yesterday, a woman by tbe name of Margaret Conner, on a obarge preferred against ber by one Margaret Cartas, of 266 Washington street,In abstracting too $6 bank bills from two separate letters. It appears tnat both these women are married, and their husbands absent from the oity, at work, and both reside in tbe same bouse. Tbe postman brought to the bouse two letters at different times, direetsd to Margaret Cartas. Kaob of these letters oontalnet1 $5 from ber husband. The letters were taken from tbe postman by Margaret Connor, who opened them and appropriated the money to ber own use; when deteoted, theexouse she give was, that she thought they came from her own husband, as she bad not received any from him slnoe he left; and although the name on tbe letter was Cartas, she believed it must mean Connor, enly another way of spelling it. The magistrate, however, thought otherwise, and oommittfd Mrs. Connor to prison for trial. Ji Singular Box of Segart.?On Monday night, one of the policemen of tbe 6th ward arrested a negro going down Anthony street, quite late, who wai carrying under bis arm a segar box covered over very auspieieusly with a piece of old rag. This bex attracted tbe eye of the pelioeman, wbo took the negro into custody, and conveyed him to the station bouse. The box was taken from the negro, who would not give tbe pollotman any satisfaction as to where he obtained it. When tbe box was exposed from under tbe rag, the nolloemen mustered around, smaoklng their lips, feeling confident, from tbe outward marks on the box, that it contained seme of tbe best kind of segars. Under this impression, the polloemen were exceedingly anxious to open it that the brand might ba tasted. The box was then opened, and to the consternation of tbe polloemen, instead of being tberln soma nice bundles of segars, what do you think it wai? Wbv a little dead negro bftbj. Tbe policemen, at the eight of the little creature, began to oeogb and spit about a* If they had smoked a very unpleasant eegar; soma laughed, while ethers were vexed at the disappointment. But such was tbe oase, and the faot oould not be altered. It was a dead baby, and not aegars, muoh to tbe dissatisfaction of the polloemen. The negrs explained the matter to the oaptain of polioe, which was aaoertalned to be correet, as the child was still born, and ne unfair means to oause death had been used towards the little creature. The bcx was then closed over again, and the shady babe was reserved for the consideration of Mr. Coroner Walters. Reentry of Property ? Quick Work?The dwelling houre occupied by Col. Peers, No. 02 White street, was entered on Tuesday afternoon by some thief, and one overooat and a cloak stolen from the entry, valued at $26. Tbe facts having been oommunioated to that efficient officer, Wo. H. Stephens, of the lower polioe, that officer, after a few hours searoh, discovered the property in a seoond hand clothing shop in Orange street, where they bad been sold, in all probability, by the rogues. Thelofllcer is on the traok of the thieves, and no doubt, before twenty four hours they will be in onstody. jf Fugitive Forger.- The young man, by the name of Frederiek Billings, who stands oharged with several forgeries in the city of Washington, will be taken back for trial by Captain Goddard that is, if the Judge here permits him to go, before whom a habett corpus is now pending. Common Plena* Before Judge Daly. Maxcii 21 ?Neicttadt, 4-c , vi Cray.?Action on promissory note for $140 54 Defsnoe, want of oon nuerauuii. v eroict jor piamua ror I oil amount and interest. f\nnegan ? ?. BradyYerdiot for plaintiff, $40. Before Judge lUshceffsr. Hammtl vt. McGuireAoiiwe of replevin for two pigs. Verdict for plaintiff, valuing the property at $23. Allison vt. Smith and ll't/i ?Action for Blander, it appeared the defendant* are artificial flower manufacturer!. and employ a number of female* in their factory. The plaintiff was formerly a captain in the merchant marine, and i* pretty far advanoed In the *ear ef the yellow leaf. It aeem* he waa in the habit of visiting at defendant'* etere?romping with the girls, polling the ohairs from under them, and playing off direr* other prank* unbeooming hi* grey hair*. Upon one of these occasion*. Mr* Smith earn* in, and flnding the work room in a masa, she told him *he thought be acted muoh more like an old sea pirate than a reepeotable elderly gentleman. The defendant took huff, and immediately caused present suit to he brought, alleging that hi* professional oharacter waa asFaiW d and slandered. The defence was, that Mr*. Smith had no Intention of imputing piracy to him ; that he we* in the habit of coming to the store, annoy- ' ing the girls, and Interrupting the business ; and on the occasion referred to, she was *o provoked, that In her passion she said he acted like an old pirate. The jury, without leaving their seats, rendered a verdlot for defendants. Movements of Individuals. The following are among the recent arrivals at the , principal hotels:? At ths Astos ?George Dickinson, Charleston; C. Darling, New Orleans; J. B. Nloolls, Arkansas; Ueorg* Wait, United States Army; O. BlacUock, Boston; Cant. Doer. do. At the America*.?S. B. Ilobblns, Massachusetts; Capt. Kimball, Boston; J. Qnlnby, United States Ari me: Cant Maraton rati.! " n M ?, u i.u|iucai vui|fl| rt. McDonald. Qnebeo. At thr Citt.? M. Barclay, Philadelphia; M. Howlecn, do: fltam! Cadwallader, do: Ml. Eoatln, do; Lieutenant Wait, U. S. M C. At thr Ir?ino Houir ?J. Newton, United Stataa Engineer; B. H. Lewie, Virginia; C. Stall man, Maxloo; T K. Addy, do; Hon Jamet Boyd, Vermont; (3aaaral D. Lanranoa, do; Hob. Robert C. Wlnthrop, Speaker of tha Honae of Representatlrea, Baatoa; Col. Wright, do; Chaaeallor Walworth, Now York; Joao di Gary. At thr Howard.?E. T. Holme*. Washington; O. Baldwin, Fhlladalpbia; N. Maaon, Waahingtoa; M. B. Cos, England; Benjamin Shaen, do. Mr. Wlokllffa, lata CAurg* fAffairit of tha United Stataa near tha loonrt of Torla, and Mra. WlokUffa, hare arrived la Waahtngton. Law Intelligence, Court oa ArrtiLi ? Schenectady, Friday, Mareh IS. ?No. 6?Thornaa r?. Anattn and othara ?Tha argnmaat of thiaoaaao ooaolnded at 4 P. M today. No. II?Tha Mayor, ho , ol tha olty of Now York, plffa. la arror.f*. Stephen Whitney, daft, la error.?Argued: Mr. WUHe Hall for plffa. la error; Mr. Edward Sandford for doft. In error. Notice to Newapaper Handera. Transient newapapara (that la, papara not aaat from tha oflea of pnblioatioa) will hereafter ho (abject, In virtue of the aet (approved March 8, 1849.) to the general newepaper poetaga rate only: that ?'? tat cent for my diilmct in the tarn* Stall, and one- and | a-kalf cent fir any dietance excending mi hundred miles, where the newspaper is sent from in* 8taU ta another. But p?U(i on iuoh Mfnptpm U la all eaiM to be prepaid, u heretofore. Thla la a reduotloa of oae half la the poetace oa newspaper*. Genln'* Spring Hat for 184B.?Blaqnant lie meefnl outline r ad artiftle proportion. e nammlnrlinK of the line* of beaul) Into one harm onion* whole; intellectual In oiptoe Ion and mhitantlal In wear; the? aeed only to ho tried to *ail,fj the meet (hetidioa*. J. If. OIHIM, tu Broadway. Them Five Dollar Salt*?The Rlehaet ret; the large** lot, and the o hoe part. They eonritt of Cloth Coot*, CoMlmera Panto and fancy Veata. If your moan* are ?wi?U, and itlll wloh a tint* unit, jntt rive ni a oall, and wo our took and prieoe-18 Bolt atom, corner of William and Bookman tree to. V California Firearm*.?Jodeplt A Hart, 74 Maiden lano, Importer*, maaufoctam* and doalort la firearm* with to call the attention of oomponlee and other* hennd for California, to a tnprlor article. e? promly adapted to that trade, katwai* Hall'* Carniaoo; loadeat brooch, oaa be fired 3D Mmea in tiro* ainnteo; light In we'fht, and warranted to ihoot ball* MNyardo Thay are n*od by the U.S. Army and Navy, aad highly vmhiod by them. Thte arm oaa bo need m a rifle er that fan. It need enly to be men to Into re Ite adoption. Trout Dlnnar at H. B. Ceeki, lallp, I'** I# An ex tra Wain of Car* will leave Broobljm, oa Tharaday, Ud tare, atone o'olnok P. M_ for the obeva place. Gentlemen going down in th'a train, tan rottira to the city at nine u nlock A. X.M I (id>y. _