Newspaper of The New York Herald, January 17, 1850, Page 4

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated January 17, 1850 Page 4
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r y?dr?? from *? a Ox We qmta Carolina direct. 21*. ' lo V8- , l iLJ.'U 22a a lot. \ , tin iriiac ^Thr ralee amouot to 2.600 bale* Bengal, f-om 26? fd ? 2"* 6<J fur il** lb? to 1\ lbs reirao- ' Hon Kitiate Mtdl lira. at l:i? a 13a #d w frnui - HoIJrr* ere firmer, bot tbe dentad eontiniff lucilt r?tc. ?t i.16 lif 6d.aX'15l6a. '< frit, re I t t per tn r*-<iarKt. and dearer-1,800 baf* * VhNIm' br< u^ht 3'td Hit'.. (1; Sumatra in worth 3 '?<! it' d : I'lnirDto f>'.,d a ft *>, 'I . and nearee W? nu tee ?lfo-al>Mit ?f.0 h. ??? t ? ma l.ignea. from ?7i (id P Klri rd . l.'COlaK* U<-n|cal K>UK?r. 90a. a 21*. ttd ; 44 ?? n Patav'a nu'unt' -b 7d a 3a, 3d ; aad 38 case# iB*cf 2* a 2s Cd per lb tit eta.?We had an active utrketin the early p? la-t ui rk cwii.tf cht< fly to a fpecula'ive deuia- .ft Of tbm baa not tluce bet u followed up. though jd. but with ertei Bmdih ?? at an atTaoreofCd r , we eloeo E'lVUdu i he mlM lor hocnw u*? in t? ewi on ti If ?in< unt to about 3 *HI? ton#. O* -toue desorlp of old UhMh bun beeu iul 1 ufl 3 . forego a cargo l-d d at <1 ISO ui't white at 1"' en.*** brown at Jflntit'1 Hi??? ? *' *<1 ; 1 Ot)0 boxeaflne Ike a 16- - iiiid V'lQK" ? .< aOO bags brown Java, 6d In *U tb- m? _.*"> ? P"t.i?a??, Mm 24?. ?... n_, i.,i hi I1*" . Jt?l iu?i"K"t< ttrmo^f h , , '.,, r.,|,,Mer*bl t **' Ht t?t Peternburb. <vbor? Ttiie t? 'H no 28 3ei b<""? declined, whltu tia L* ',,V n.iiVf n' the net'l?r?eot of eonJul/t (i..i air. .f a- ' >-r ,h' ?* ? fcaeeoutloued * - I fctrr^buru V. C. have been made 1- A liubl" ?*?*? "'?'? I ,, a Mill' toi.k v ace 2'Jtb icst . when of I w. r. II. mlr Put I?bmt 4 ;:i'U w.re *'Id. piloes i (.1* I-I?||| f?l, e*?ept Meuted cap<-r iind or nig" pej ,11, . eh ti'" Itrii' h m|i|i|) *ti nflnrrd. and I Id tU | ?r lb ; the ?ale nltnicether went nlf j A ?peeulail?e demand fl>r <v>m?"n e n^na ht< I ' ',k ?|>rt>Dg uji and eit-u-i?e tra ii-aatl' ^ii Hite us- | nil u|m>nl? vf ehimitbtvlug clmniiml htiuii j at 11 let * fhix ihk ii adiai.ee i>f >td a 1 d per ib . in fi.li ii tri^Mii*Me ci'u ujiiii < mutim n ithiu j is uo* to I b? I ?<1 umler KM aul n .t much tbtrvat. '1:-. I'ii piiue hi K.nulUh ban hi-i-n advincrd 5? , Mi cK fci-u K ii"? and bar J0? pitc?' In inrnvn j .' ( 0 Mull- v rait* were euld laneeeii at 7 4t? a"4?. 0<1, but in'? uiMmnr qatiati m' lolt* id lor ai <1 Ti >d. 'or Banna i'i itu r>uiniu? i'jiimnil? firm tiu*. tb-> traaaoII* i fii ? * 'hi l?> t b**e nut In-' n extensive bring o inBl* d t' i aJe ?au'e aid u>? i r two parcels of i.l 1 Kentui-K j Irul f if re cal<Tt i- m ?n'? - t*?ijit?'l*r utrh Hi fl and C.? V<1 for Ola tnl r i . reip?onM*ly S|iri<? lu better rnjue-t ^D'Tlenn in on .? htinglnt r* a tly 3U. 1.1 , Hrttiih b d it bis Wi.iiiimM I 11 mitetl di-iLH d. at *1' >ut A".Si fur b. tb i it* himi. i be I'ii' I " "al'li w? r? hn>u*ht * a olrma nn ?>- 1 ith it i hiif, tl>' whole iju?ri'u> \i* nil hilt-*) find tii. i' i-xi ? lh?. ?n i icpiiii in- - v" Oct ?. <; ill * - I | it lb , whi : ? w?? ni' it apparent ju 'I : t . i , Lt?n m, Mtilplc> ?V Co rirt iihr LivKurooL lire 29 18-lt The j.?iv?lire? < ( low prio? for cottno ilmim; a i.< ; '|i<n ! ^Mt >??r coojh'urJ with 10111 .-ira11 < f 11 *i 1(11 ill it; OB tht- coatlli-lit, iiul >D liuyrrfile. <J> uttit cl.pau.'p- ?>t pro*l n il* liav.- i-nl-d i" a to- vjy in i ii ip(,id> in ilie till Jf ot linn c utitry ? it li a o iu io. ?l In Irnr I D in pni'H# (if in up. I til' thn U&illll? iti'U* i f iiupt tt m..I .d l'"? nioiH ?o tlisa in outtou. vl li b i ?f mliniiPi d Inly; i.'ad. jut IN. during ibu last t?i|if li t i>t|in n Will bf by r?lVreuew to tlln <1 u 1 atii up ?' font mi cp ii ? il-j ai turr of the ls-t Ft* amir. wi> bare ?xpmnnil a Ho ivf d-mijii lur (cotton, with *u aiivn t? oi V.J (,'flo id \iupricau (Jrroiip!t<ia?, wit.li lit < mr it. cnntii bcw im 'he | ?i t i.fh 'IJitk. that nii.li a t ri p 11 - - i I i l' i-r ^ -MAI ((lO bat** |ir?*i-nt price* i? ui t unitR'onablf. eoncidering the improve i poai livB i f ?! Ii i it.! m*Bul*oturfm w'u i ih .it,'S n it do'tip kp pro'l'uhlp bu~inpsa a* i j mm" former >?* ?, ' 1?',p ip it P1 ir upt l?il a raor? r.. tT aij ht .;iiy j trade ?li.<-b u itiuii apt urcn b>.t an j uuimip-a<Jiaiiir in ontt .i iivp-i maritabl? b/ a i?' upiit'ii id the i" I a -eriou? r?*a'itl<io in pi left. Ili? pal- < rti'lmu ;iiat mar.. v? i lull tiale*. i i "i* t'j.'k a ? 10 halm; tbota fi r tli* five b ) O'lturf Ibli event'ij at' ??tin.a|pU Kt t whl' *i up rulat >ra t-a< * takp Ii 17 130 I 1 rip item 42*1 1'bti U;i'.>tlran dp-MTiplli'fla n' on- ; tile pa<t nve ilay*. o m?|pt 1.1 P.VUl I ale* I p au-i nt j ?a a li1, I ; 7 780 J >. & 11 ! ami M?h? at h .il u rt>? t 17 &t>0 do OrlfiM, *' ."'Uil a "'ill; uoii 6iU do. S<a iMaUvl at 10J a hii, per lb. I tir ret lit no of tin-Mock of c?tton la the different p r(? Ml bavltig yet been made, ?? are amtble to ?ive our iinml Manioent. kr rtiKf'u aiy at tin* ? aooo 1 it ck in tbii port i? "MtiuH'-d at Sdl.oOO balm. <{ dIjii b i CI) ate AMnli tg. a>;mn-t a atock ot XtitOriO bale* a* thi? period of laet >ear of Kbich 236 000 were A m? nean. I. umai'i'i i f co.luu Hit dn\. i\u?taliou$ ?.'th Der'r. 1S4H. Illl lllliiLf, , I V't Ulr Oilr?u.<. . .4', a Vn dt I K (>v4 a Vlddlliig 4 I do lit 5',a6\d Ordinary ao',d Va?r i >. !* . . ti't a Kair Mobile*. . . 4 ', a lliddi iK. ...IJn i Mlild Ilj H\ a (IrU'Lur M, nf'iJ Otdliary ttffc a t an I plead? ., .ti', a I air I'pUiide. . .4Si a N ul'iiit? r>a > iddlin* b'. a OiOiutj .' )? a 6\Jd Ordinary 8>, a No it < ? ol tn?p?-ntloe to report; prlc>-? nominally ft <i |ercwt.; 1.(44* bblr e muion American ro'in ' llo'tmii Id at lid a.T- Id p?-r cwt aad 500 bbl-. tar at 10? Id. per bbl fr in the H'lay Ai ?e ire rpieula t*e rinaud for ibe Inferior de- I *cii lou ol V. ??t*rn oat al flour haaetl 'ed during the pa-i k, moat < I the tote utTi-rlim having been pur- i cbaiw<1 at He |?-r bbi ith ibl" ej.eptlon we h?'-e j lltlle ut ?o r.l auge lo B'tira Indian C >f'i li mlioiM j In fa r r*<iur*t at 'M? a'Jl' par <|cartar wf 4tm lb?. for tiik-dai- telle*, ana '.'fx Ad n ? lor white. Old t* e*tn ti ca> al Hour '.S< a 'it i lil New Western* III ' a VOa , Ihila-i-Hh a avd Hnlltni'ire u3a 61; Oni>?.ita p't M>l a heal be a !K1 per 70 lb" and ndiaa oial 14? per bi>i ffce at rk inuI'M U.ar la ttl< pjrt U estimated at !i?0 I 0" bbl* Markcta* l.o*i>o* Momi Miikii i?ee '^>1 ?lin" 0'< loflk?Ttie li< k u arlr f* i ' tla.T Keueieliy present a good a*p? !. 1 In ' nelui * ai? lil in at au luiprr>oijent, aail a fi" d d-at bu?n i? d-tig OOM'1? bare b^en il l < I ai d at l'S\ and are nn? Vi" 1B tu ; Urd'li'iil bi?i 11-r ei '? lo l,; Sew hn e aad a I, ?? r -t ' el t? V" %i ! >?; L <u? \noiiltl-i. S W III; lai...~t r? '? i to '.ol I.Mk(i{iMr Blue . til tit. pre in. 1 I e li r-lun atoek marker i? a ?bad?* b-tter aad It ei? 1- a- ? 'Ire ian.:e of bu*lue*H lo >,exl vin at t< ii il ),<i UK I tree per onte al 37 to Jt d >. II. . per I ei ? P'? li lt iiant, #r'? The railway B aiket l< >1-: (lj ni'li aim a fair eg'ent ef bunlmu. | e>.|.*<iki j In Nirlh We-iefu, at lnw, to 110 8 mth Hti'iiu a Id t \IMiand -14', to 4%; N'ortb ?t*ff td? 1 Be ?ick 11 t i \n|* acd North \Jid- 1 lan i 1? J?i"l'.V ' al-o'inau. lo'a; I aiuri I uiiaura, CJ?; t reat Wertein aH to V? >mi ti' 1.1 a ?I . >< tda alcra 9<t'? to 9" *4'. SI .r- a.e b<a*y at.d In e?m? ca?-- wnrae (.baa ye?. taieay. No-lb Hni-ta? el ? lot>K to iom 1i?r.at i l>ii? ! '? t.i . Id am a. 44 to 45; Url<hion<, ' 3VS o ;.| \ . Urli. iT| lalJV III ! r ,n-lian ar 'niuen tlir ame at ae<terday. I e> p I i i in ai ! .tibieae. wbioh bare fallen fr 'ui *'? to ? lo 'i to 7*. I.i. ai.in miii Maaactt I'ec 'H. I ?*t w?ak llf r u- a in i PC) up'arda iu all df oilptlon? f run aliroiigh our i|iiota I in of p Ilea ?? allowed t'l i-?i.?i . a- lefme. bui iai< k i b ac o'loucd lair d-ii e. d In iu H e tiade jmcai bf mm - ?p**)u attie I piu< !. an adeai r? of a fall '?d on Am* rloati and mi ui and in te n> aily '^il. a-i oiax U. ha* b>' n f iroed j uc i ua i be r- nau.iti*i' - f li -r> n <w plaa* fair uj>- | In i it ii- I 'fcil . Y hi. a' L. il.. ?li 1 I) 1 ai. i a* I. *. .1 In I> a.I llir kit* i|Ukilt) o( Prri<ii(i>>u<l #?h!a< ?alliAn tt . ocrtx J m n'i<ni rjr ??i*r i?r, | at ' }?|| In I f) I' 'h?r? i? not raucb ehtuf*. ttia ?f <l M> ibr ia> r* tu <] m? j4 [rmn tha li>"rtiMiki < r?ir*<j J< matin. Illi aod-r tO'4 tut ilrlnMli ikt )trt* In { "I and ur uni > ??ll I r n nfMM.|t*u | ? ?'?* 1/t.. our i?ota'iru f ?< l?l?i tl? it '? no' n-fwirj. h ?i'?rr, to at IB tfcl kn I > *rl f taa a bc|? .if thi? r . r< tiVj-n* ? ' t o.ir mtrket to aprlag Ir gi t |rrW?tfr hd<i t fi# fi nraM? pr "into# fur a run I'll.i..I p.' >4 tm<l? <11 tli? of nr< p lu tha I i t.tl * ?f?i It. ft u tilorf whatf*fr mi, tkm h,!!? i fa ' t aMf li" fun>"?in< that th? .1 i|vki' i) ?l i m.rm ,',iiuui"l>ii p. a (umittt; \ai.t t k> r;i ll> n ar'iii t* ?>f nrn|. an a turrti g i g. at tti" friimt <?'* nf Boa ump'.toB. I2.il . n I Man. t'*0 ".urki tfO l-ftp tan 'i u I r Aft it au>. l'i< rniao it 7?u P?t,n- bm- t? . n lacn on ?d*culatl-n at 1 !? ? Ami'tr-ao at>4 AM Sunt for ftp. rt. fcaw ? trr ?b? ?? k 4W t>' hal?? Lnr i V?B?ki? l??o !! . ?Afkee?* f falai ftlj if p?'k ?i.'t |?arU. t..? [i'Hhi of ?h -h ha?? not tmi r.|n ili.l < o?i I ha J?tfiau I hk< koa r>f Hi ia?t fi<rtol|i' t th# ?nt| m? it? an'iio tOjC to In OttO t? li U r rauitntyit i lil*'i f |if<i!W B" thff? It a >?M (twill l?i i<ir In Ihn i?a l? i|ilu>t h^litr ii?i 41'. ll.~ tints I l il-Aliif lrm i? ?Th ot < ? ??; I' ) J' ltti t-ii?. rlilrll/ tt ll< p?f ? ' M l.- ? iI.tk ara ni t ?i* ? !? ? to n-.tiof. ?i??al^t r. f vo ?? niminj rithar lu turpaniln* er ar lei ai i a.t a'ton vt prion Of font in-.? taiariratt t #i|, ii i. || f,. m (iin i|.iay at J? p?r c??l. t?i.> <11 n l?/t liflfkl Mill at A* t-.| |i.i ,*r^'> %n !l? t'I fit aM'f it ?r In rngwi.ix.i'1 .f Ida : ' '.< J ft I I lh' ;? ! fl- I t > ? !?.. >bi tuaik*' hT I" lira ainl II . > r 4$ I* p > < '? h.,r? 8 -ti>( I at 1 ??.) , , - > fco tO bh I* l'nrt.1 N|#o h??? i b??ii ? nl >*<?. I I du'jr p*W. ?n1 J'Oft'il I '.''lO fe.i tr< ?n ,t?.ii i.-artUli; ?t 1r> w ! ? t?> IT# f N. (?r i t In t J. I'M ? < ? > ' ?< u htn I h ? IB <1 .Infest I ft"Ik ft Ift. 4? . ?rr^> h? nil 1 . ?n y IftK ii iii ftt?rut?'li'U at . J t"t?Vl l"f lo Ktua ' at ? ?' ii . j.r *u!t i ??i? r?.iriinr* i* *) * ?1 ?> i. ? i*ti 'i t l? t, m i ll? tr?u?? tl?e? > i\?* I It I. II hb*lt>ll Mftln I i'b.?i-#? I fiM I .. pi i.r<? tli? lt?> f> to'jht lprl'-ft I i ? ,11.1 * ?! <# ?t> ! IPO hhilft f,>f 'r?.?r?4 til J ' "> i- ? K> i>'?< kj Mr p* for ??? > ( hod. to 1 a t?* 'vt II >1 ufftftliilrrft >' I.it turn i D?P 99. Kr?l<h'? bftfto br m 1 i k>?t i. r ?. I** iift?? pa?l. !? * r?lh>r wo j ?? ?? t H xi'rtit ftlnj lir?|-ia< <-lil r<'??trt? t'tan ? aiM?* lupily i t I *i ft rftft"fti>(|?r? arn li? uo l " p 1 ' ' ?i t |rt W? Vnrk Tffftl J *??< ! ? ?ti..,t ,,f il.. |r r ni|. it??r' 1 "*? >* ' ' ' 1 ' l'? ??l IVft linn ? I T \ft* "-J-" *2 V V "* ' ' ? ? ?** Kv.,|., i I.ft M : I ??i!-?'? l.? i. t |(,ft t' II*. |< .i i H i -.ii^ t t. . . 4, ,.t, * '* * '?? ' > * ??.. i.l I I, i.iftO ,!.. H.. I IM l? ?< tnft . 4, 4? h(r,,*kr? i*? . 12 ' I to I . I.? i?>r,r, || lT? M l^'.Vft i fll ?ft >|? t^J.. ...JIK,-. ??? lift. lo >?< Orlwi'i lid w?lfht 11** IX |o l.'i' "Oft tt!"> ( lifttil*?r? ; r+t\h. a tat?, "i. t? IW | ?r *?> TUB V 23 21y X.AT23ST. I.irmpnn It 10 \ M . D?? fi. lsiil L*i?roi? ? Thft mall I ?? a?t an i?rj la rirb**ff*. j?<tiT.|?y lb* ra'-? up n t'am'iiiryh VBifftflao. knd f arli w?fft a ?h?4?'.uHftf; i VlrtH ai d Trlft??a *?r? lo?ftf *? >>k? f.i < - L'>tJ A L?in?s r tj-o'l yn?#f.l?y. ?t>bou< "ppwitioa. li Ikht-wii in.-lb* ill* )?*(ariUy *? { ;r l??h?* | w?r tban that of T nr ? rorg northern gala* ?day, probably owing to tha hey ba?e done nr . that war* blowing all night- t igbboibood. jk atuage to tha port and In tha 1 t I trie or tloe " | 1 hod tbat r 0 Hon . Th* Timn lay* " We un l?r- < abtporl* tha next1 eunail tha order authorizing ; 1 ..tion to the will b? r**ok?d " 1b Bihli.i. Dee 14, 1849 *' * weathar. which had baan very atoriny, acoom died by rain and no*, ha* turned to *e?era froat. All aomniuulealion by railway waa interrupted for 1 tenia Uuurr. ] Hon*, Dae 20 lM'.l. A letter In tbe Journal its Dihait *ay?. " tbe arrival 1 Of the brother and nephew of the I'ope ail led to the j probability of hi* ipeady ratnrn, although tbe preoUa period i* not yet known " The loan doa* not anpar to bava been altogether arrant d It 1* rumored that < Ardlnai ' orbeli. the most liberal nun Id the Romas i ourt, had di.-d 1 halAidiDaU wara beginning to return to Rome Pamih, rburxday Kranios At tka ( abloet Council of \1iui-ter-, held thin wornil It' tl " Hirer Da" treaty. It I* raid, im dl?om*ad. Thtea Yinl*t?re decidedly proiiouuci-d aitiU't the id- a ot any mi-re ex; edltiaii* and cwue'iuenMy (or aaitaininn the I'redour treaty before the .axeinh f. Toe other MimHer- are ni>derrt<>n4 to have referred tha ex or * *i"i> 1.1 aoy tlenfded opinion until the feeling of tha ASrtmbly houiu be m re clearly a-certanied MadJTio. Dao 31. 1*411. A hoftila meeting ??" apprehended between tho Mlnittir of the Interior ana tha Deputy Sliea in flinna4i,. nee ot tha latta- accuiing the Miuliler of pa' tiaiity in tba elections Vkmick, Dee. 20.1849 A >ry little buriiteK* Join* Indian corn hi/her rteiub'n by tliat ela?K Hntirh ?bip? weia prooui abio at 4 0 m d Id miim ?? gratuity for order*. iNKW YORK HERALD. \urtlinr(tmrn?r iif Killtoii ?ii<t HanauiWi iABKN O O It 1> O Iff U Hi M W P J runpHiBTOw and kuitoh AwnuriNTiraii ar?H?a BOWERT TilI5ATRE, Boworv.? WaKiiratna Jaw ? Dow C win ? U>2> a. BROADWAY T'iBATBE, Broadway-Ci. *?r>r?? Tmb*b 0Ala. Ill'Si'ON'S TUKATKJb, Cliutbiri (treat?Dmui in > ' 5 A-Ll|?HlM>ilVI>A. NATH'NAi. riltATK.K, Chailiau. i<|uara ? 8o *i antif Km;? ltnil.1 Ui'Ht?fr??l.k I'OI'iTThIIIM. OIVMI'IC TilKATKI, Br?><wt|-Uvtrit-Twii.T| 1 Uk, lkt-l'kllKi ul'l?AMT L>kK. CHIilsTY'P OPEKa BOUSE? Er m iopi a a MmrraciAT. \MEKICJi> MttSEUti?AMvaiM* fi:*ro?miuai, ArTB&NOOa a M> llKJIIIC. MELOPEoN - Wmiti'? UiKtrn !.*. j Ncu York, ThurkUuy, Jmiunry 17, 1H50. DO I BLE SH EET. A >' vnl itf tin ' i ?it.' I'rir li ffnith11> Canada hiving arrived at t. . ;)c8t' ,we are enabled to Kive, in addition to th?- t I r.ij io report <>f Mourtav, tin eiioimous quantity of foretell intelligence, whiirh is unbraced in our usual double *heet, thnt we ge. iH-rully issue from this establishment when we have a great tupply of matters ot interebt to (he public. During the lust few days, the arrivals at this port, from both the Pacific iind trie Atlantic, have brought us intelligence of great importance in every point of view, to this metropolis, to the proifiefg of this niiuhty country, and to the march ol civilization itst If throughout the world. The news from every part of Europe is deeply interesting The spirit of revolution still exit!*, us litrtely us it did when it broke out nearly two year* ago Nothing but the vast standing armies ot the European sovereigns, numbering nearly two millions of men, prevent the action of public opio. ion, in that pi rt ofihe world, from sweeping out of i .MMenflt all the despotisms and feudalisms which i h?v?- existed for the last twenty centuries. This | sw? eiing would extend in an ei|U?| decree to ill | political, locidl or religious orgmi/.aiionj. The | struggle will, however, i?ke place; and the rumor,, 1 of revolution and insurrection which cmne to us in m the interior of Euro|>e, and even from 11 us- ' sia, only indicate the extraordinary in agtiilurie of the content of the ureal jirmripl**H of civilization ami human rights, when they sh til have reached the point ol ojifn and equal conflict, agiint despot, jun in ' very lorin. Anuria seems to be returning on a volcano; Itutsia is exhibiting symptom* ol in. ternul ditorder; all C.. rrn.iny und Italy are slum" hering over gunpowder; the two aets of principles 1 are t-i niggling like two strong men in tne arena. | Kngland, in view of the approaching crisis, ia busily j endravoiing to nurse,protect and enlarge her commercial energies and putauits. Sh- is looking witti dreud and jealousy on the movem> nisof the United Mai?? in the same direction, and especial y at our i devehq* nu nt ot a new nation on the shores of 'he Pacific, with prospects that were never equalled by any colony, in any former period of history. In c?nnecti?u wuh tins matter, we give a large m its of news, containing ini,>maal views and sia'eiiients, illuMrating the opinions li-ld in Kn^laud on , tin Nicaragua question, so nearly a-social d mttie i Anr.eiuan mind with the movements in California ! si.?i the progrtis of American enterprise 0.1 the . Pacific. All this news, we trust, will be rend with the de?-|* ht attention by Ihe community at large, nnd pirn ularly l>> our representatives at Washington, vlo? ill toon b-- called upon to diacu*-* and determine many ol those points w inch are illustrated by the intelligence which we publish to-d?y. Ncmimatiox* ramus tii? L!?rr*n i?r.*r*-* SaMa ik ?The n< iiiin-iti<>ns are n<<w before the Senate d all the leading appointments which hav? It -en made by(ien>ral Taylor and his cabinet during the last eiiminer and fail, and the Senate and its committees are now engaged m the investigation ' of the c'nims of thoi<e officers for confirm*) ion ; ' i? ns? <jir iitly, an enormous quantity of lobby mem- 1 Dm and b<?rrr?, irovu vuioun pari* 01 tin? couirry9 1 are now crowding at Washington, in order Iti.tt ' thejr niajr uaaist or op;<ose particular j*artir?. and j rocure the ir rejection or confirmation. We understand that duzen* of individuals, cousitting of little politicians about town, penny-it* liners, connected or not connected with the press, and ail sorts of idle persons who get their lieing by professing to belong fo the press, are acting at WnMiirgu n as lobby member*, some against the ci r.tirniati< n oi Mr. Maxwell, as C-i'?.imr of this port, and other* for it. A gr> t mat.y of th >>e ' lobl>> tng for it are perrons wb? have been fery ^ ir.iprtipt-ily a.>poiuted to ritudtiona in the (*u*iorn ^ House, and who now hold sinecure a there. Some " of theae belong to the pre*#, and say they cnrr>-s- " pond and live by ir, while they are receiving the * (xiy of gov rnmei.t. We know at the very leaat R fiiJl-u-doz'-n Mich persons, and hope mat the 9t> nate nt W.i htnpton will keep a good lock out, >tnd revnit iniptessinai?conveyed l?y such polluted ?-urcts?from operating upon fl*-ir judgment* in heir at'Ion in the premises. Can any of our e >\ i^hiDgton corre , <>m. ui?. t,'1 >' :T?ei\ilt oliibtft r or ?.hi r?ur, npd u i lul 01 (bear, or ' <>mr of ihMe Imiliy ") inlx'M, *hO ??* * rowd the Tettibiile* and fortieoi nf the national I hfWi together wuli Mini' ?cc?unt <>f 'heir m u\?ial vocttlni' mid antecedent*! Till* would a >e n cari' UB and amii*ini( lift. !*l I It \ 1.0 AMMO CoftBMfOfirWICI or TIIB T*l* 1 \t r? M L" -US1'!' Sli 'V^nnni l < ?rie#;*M,d' nee of (lie /' i'ma? hM Incre w.l Wond> f nil) nf Lie, mi J has made gr^at ^rog rru ainc thr () iirt bri*kwr of thai description ol literature * wbliahed, mnc? miig the lri?h Inaarreition Acting to rome of the I**t account*, a aingle pair p< ?f brotP in California cn#i ninrtv-l >ur diilUri. ? Hua number h' .N tha* of the killed n I *? ! > n ihr tamoH battle of Slii-v*g?mmn?, a t ill <> ? <unt of which wat contained in th'- Kir>,-tn ' '?rT'ncr i>f that j<iurn?l at the time. <>A? Jim ' JImii># ?Wf refer our r^ad- ; i' f' to if r . r, r,, ,i ?f ,^r merting of th'tfia J, ? nn.m. i?, 1,-y Uat ?v.ai;)g in tbe l>r?il*?y lon e, frpp ?f ?hi<;h wtil he found in n?- w o'li? r column nf iki?iiii)'i |>?p? r. The public have r\ (!fPM IM' '' tn II, c, . ... q tf, ,f li) tlif !*<, r| rru it< j ) ini?t i?e 1 r thi Asto*. Placi Riot* as.?The rial of Captain Kynders and oth?rs, on the charge if instigating the riot at the Astor Place theatre, >n the evening of the tenth of May last, by which Harready waa driven from the stage, and a dertructive massacre of citizens took place, haa been jtoing on in the Court of Oyer aid Terminer, beere Judge Edmonds and two Aldermen, (or the abt two days. This is considered one ol the mo*1 ni| ortant trials of the whole batch of indictments krowing out of that tincute? not as regards acts, but more in reference to principles and ideas. The more vulgar participant* in that deplorable afTtir, like Ned Buutline and his associutea, have received their deceits, and nothing, it would seem, re. mil ? fi.r iVih <>riiiiinnl nntlinritiea of this citv. but (lie further invalidation concerning the original pronutt rs of that riot, the detection of the iinug<t< ts, and, il found guilty, their proper punishment under the law arid the constitution, allccting theatres, pl.iyers anJ thing?. In this dileinmi < aptuin lijuders is now found, and in u short time the iesue will be determined. It ih not our wi.-h to say anything in relation to this li bit* r, that will ih tncHinf rr$ have any bearing, in an> dir< ction, on any of the ptrtiea implicated aud now on ti!??i ^ et we cannot forbear renrurking jha' tin iuvehf'tation going on before Judge Edmorr-.ncd the deciM< :i that may be arrived at r liia clixrae mid direct ion to thejurv. m'ist c< nt in n>n i- view- and Borne principles of a very iirpori.nit character m relation to the law a* it alli-ds the conduct of individuals attending theatre*, and the rights ot parties to approve or digapprove, who pay for admission to public places of amusement It lias never yet beeu determined, as far a? we know, by any court of law or justice in this country, how far an individual can go in disapproving of an actor, without, by such conduct, committing a breach of the peace. It is true, we | have had a good deal of practice, highly resectable practice, in this land of liberty, and 111 our principal cities, in the matter of driving obnoxious playera from the staye, but no legal adjudication on any disputed points or principles. Every one remembers the famous Kean riot in Boston. The elder Kean, for some card of his, v* hich reflected on the community of His ton, became obnoxious to the public of that literary metropolis, and on his second visit there he wis driven from the stage, by hissing, hooting, disapprobative handbill* in the streets, and every o'her mode generally adopted in such fntuttt Many among our renders will recollect the .ser^a of i iots at the Park Theatre in this city, w!i ch resulttd in the expulsion of Mr. Aui'erson, un Eng fish actor, whose principal offence was his expression, privately, of hu repugnance to Aincriodii hrbits, customs, manners and person", calling us uli, in the lump, "tt set of d?d ignorant Yankees." In hII those fmrutrt, the friends and enemies ol the several actors were |>ermitt?-d by the police, under the common law of all nations and every ai$e, to exen ise their luntrs in applause or disapprobation, and csrry their point according to the Majority of voices, or the ijuantuy of the noise which they m?de. A more recent case occurred at the P irk Tl'i aire, in this city, in the year lKJMi, in which the distinguish* d gentleman recently appointed hy (ieueial Ta)lor to the importiint mission to Auatiia, wax the principalinstigator,organi/.er, rna^ti-r spirit, manager, and successful general?iml probwbly for this feat he has been br?-vetted by Mr. Clayton for the Austrian mission. A fall account of this curious ttnmle, nnd its successful termination, in the expulsion of both Wood, the iuiuudent singer, nnd Mrs. Wood, his amiable and lovely luf'y, from the Park state, and every other stage of this country, will be found in our columns today, extruded from the Cnunrr 4" K>f/uirer of that ycnr. In a historical sketch given of this riot, hit Excellency, Col Webb, the present mluiater to the court of Austria, (but who is n??t yet confirmed by the Senate,) Ixysdown the l.t>v and the gosjiel in relation to the right to applaud or dist|> prove ; how fur the right can be exercised wukout hrruliiiiiz the neace. and whiit .ire the lrc.il ten' ts of that portion of the theatrical code. We remember that row very well. It was m.ina^ed openly and above hoard. Everything Was perpetrated in the face of day. The police were warned not to interfere; proclamations wrre insm-d in any number ; Wood was driven from the stujje ; the embryo minister to Auatria ??* triumphant No oppt'feition wns mnde, an 4 there was no subaeiiuen' calling out cf the nnli'ary, to the danger or damage of honest citizen*, to the extent of 25 killed and .r'2 wounded. In tfre investigation now going on in the Oyer and Terminer, we trust the Court will d<-ve|ope, clearly and satisfactorily, what ine liw is in relation to the ri^ht of individuals in uttering applause or dimp) robitiion, or in ittsutng hindhills against attois that ni ?y become notorious or obnoxious to the public, for any reason wh?tev*r The prenent m nat? r to Austria waa probably, in part, ap.miated o that distinguished mission, in consequence, among other thine*, of the gr?-at energy and skill wiih which he mtnaged the famous Wood riot, and, afterwards, described it in bin own column* At that period he dilated at lengtn on th* righ'j and limits of theatrical applause and disapprobition The trial now going on iu the Co.jrt of Oyer and Terminer, In this citf, aeema to be o* the charge of committing or perpetrating a similar tlnng towards Mr. Mtcready, as that which the minister to Austria |>er|ietrMted toward* Wood mi l his lady. Hjr tb's process, it seems, w? ?e?-Kt m the i-ren nt day, (in consequence, perhap*, of atmospheric electricity,) to aead thr pirtv now before the Court on mi-?inn to the penitent'irv on Rlackwell's Island, while the oMi-r dim ,gut a m >e?n sent oa a national mission to the Court of Austria, even without the appwhiton of the It honors hrnix-d ii|?'n Wr?>!i u.e nil >rt<!, will nut Captuin Kyndera come in strong t'jr h?* mission to Hussm! The morality, the le^liry, t)??* propriety of .ill hese ideas, Hrtf. Mini tlnutfx. requir- morn eltieilaton from the Court, in nrHrr mm tn* d>-ei-i<>n i wy br a guide in future f?>r managers, actors, ns?ers, api'landers, bill stickers, and nil ruinlilates (or the penitentiary or fore L'n mo-?io *. Ve expect h clear and sati ficton development if all thrae disputed points, froin the high talent f the counsel engaged on both aide*?Mr Mcieon, on the part of the pnbl'c, nnd t?ie well Known nd curable John Van Hnren on the part of Oapt. (?ndera. Judne Edmonds likewise occupies a oi-it ion of ureal responsibility; tor never, ? be. ?>, hes a case like ihi?, involving th?* ritflit < and lints ?f theaitical appVise and disapprobation, nine before any lecrdent judge or court in liii* ouiiiry. ___________ AftoTllKS ThRKiltl.E ."?nirwmri R.? Wr leUnthit le All nea, Ahr? ntfcll. trom New York for lirp n?*n, ras w recked on ?h?- coa?t of Te*el, on th? IVih >f ec?-ri.b?r. Twelve of th* crew and aevea pat* risers were aa\?d; and the master, nine m^n, lid thirtjr^foiir passengers dro* ned TUB DI4IM fOH V4UrORlU. THE WEEKLY HERALD. Ths ilrtmsMp hrf kee i apt Knrte-s ?ill |m>? ?l? port tht? af'?? '.noa at 4 o ?l xik. fi r < hiwres lbs a<ls *111 clos* at two ?>! rk i he Wrrklf H'r14 with ?h? lata.t n?w? from *.| ?-tS f hl''|?*nl Xaieltes, * ill h. pub tsh?d ? 10 r><rk this morning and ne??p?p?r in nrorola eata t>? tarpllkd at that hoot t'hev n??i nw tend through totbsi.old l<<-?ln? with ut to- pr? ?}in?nt of portals Hera Is ths order Pr,t t??ric a tii r ahtimt I C !>!*<< JtnH if) III. IH>> f *i? - la r?r'T *? J"*r la-imfr rtUtm m r*. I ?r ?! ? frna Ih? ..Mr. of I'lllltkiil. Ii *tt I) <<a? "' ?'|?|?, I !>?? ! ?? 'i at r .*> ? frnm >h? ?R - *f | iMifau"*. tfi, rtliiu ft ?!> ? pap*r? ?nkc?t ti?prrp?t- I M ?f il.t |<nu? it ?l ? ?*>.?. e^Mf,ll,fsarel.?_..?..n?t._ W. I1< ?* !*. T\tt% Am't T Raai?. 9ft? T*rt. N. T eopUp In wrm|.p#r? txr~a?? will ?#r i>?p4 Id their prd*ri 9 o>|c?k thlt nra. TELEGRAPHIC INTO L1GKN0B. J Summary. Our telegraphic (Watcher, tarnish ae with full ] r<>|i r'f of the ji oteediu';s in Congreu anil in the 1 Legislature. < In the U.iitrd S'at-s Senate, Mr. Benton mtro- 1 ih.eed his bill for the redaction <>t the limit* of the , e,~'- T?- t(> MI that Slat* the l",r "'i ? ' *nr, Ml *) I?/ e m of fifteen millions ol doll, re for relinquishing the n ooti d territory. The bill was referred to the Judiciary Committee. Mr Foo'e tl?o ii trodurcd h bi'l for the establishment of territorial govrnmenta f< r California, New Mexico, DeBeret, and Jacinto, which waa referred to the tame committer , and made the atrial order for Monday A sm ea of re <> utions was introduced, calling for information in relation to oriental nations; which lie over. The House was occupied ine.ideavoring to complete its organisation, but nude no farther progresa. In the Lefi-!a ore, the f-'enate were almost wholly occupied with the discussion of the subject ot slavery in the territories; several reaolutionu wi re adopted. In the Ilou^e of Asaemhly, the bill in relation to the Hudson Kiver Ka'lroad Company was under consideration in committee of the whole, but no final action was h?<l up to the hour of adjournment IMPORTANI FROM WASHINGTON. The President and the Territories, Arc., Arc., A*?. A flu Ira In Wa*l>lngtona Ol'K SPECIAL TEl.KUlt AI'HIC CORRKSrONDE'NCK. Wa?HIHOTow Citt, ) Wcdmi'idav Gtkninu. Jin 16. 18j0 S We understand that there ba-< been a cabinet c .n1 turrlt.trii.M *t\ll that thrt l'rtftM??ut I will submit to ? ongrcse a >|e?'al mes?ug-. probably to. mcrrow. ree< mmending that the territories be loft to settle the i-lavt ry-tuition for themselves, when they sha.l come in as States ot the Union >1r. ,\ ax?<ll. oi Pennsylvania. as Consul to Trieste, was coDliiuied to-day. Col. Bt-ntcn introduced big Texas compromise bill to-day. ! ilt? en millions for a t-irltory which many mruibrra of both be uses think bel ongs no more to Texa than to New \ ork. wtil be a bard measure. Tex*< It willi: g ai '1 (be adininiatratiou would not object,

bulN<rtb<m ?big<iand democrats will hesitate to da It Tbe South will also object to tbe bill brcause it leaven New Mexico entirely unguarded against, tbe pro. ilio, south ot SO 30. <?eteral Koote next irtroducid his territorial bill' and trade* bold attack upon Colonel iienton fur bar. leg stolen his thunder, in tbe leading feature* of his compromise, ljuilrg this attack up-u him. Colonel Benton left the Ornate as if he had no patience to ei* quietly by and bear himself so souudly lecture!. 'J he Vermout resolutions *111 come up to-morrow. '1 be kill proiiilinp for the arrest and delivery if fugitive slates will coine up next Wednesday. The South Inteud to pre?? it through and to bold the Nort'u to tbe iou!>litution in this respect. If the bUl fails, it will > nly Mr. agthen the spirit ot disuaioa. y.usts H Urluntll. Simeon Diaper and other*, are giving a round of splendid suppers, at the National at wbicti h number 01 Bfiiniorn ir* reguiariy among me inii'.td gue?t? YHIKTY-KIKST COIUHBIS, flES'I fcKSSIO.1. Washihgtok, Jan. 10, i860. Senate. rOHNCKICiTIH FROM THI. KA*T DI.I'AHTMCIT. The Vh e r*fiini?T ltiil before the Senate a ooutantcatun from the Na** Department, transmitting a liat of punitbnn utn In the nary. uotaanMCKT CHAPLAIN*. SeTeral memorial* adfer*e to the employment of chaplain* tot t/Bgrtrs and in the army and navy, were received, atiii atier a brief conversation, were referred to the Committee on the Judiciary. the liability 0? ?Mir Mr Piaacs pre*enl>4 a memorial of merchant* and ito owner*. Inwrtn and other engaged in the earn. ' ini-rce of Baltimore, aeking that the liability ot ablp oanerr lor lo?*e* may be more clearly defined and a tat- j ing that the eitent of liability claimed tor loeaet, I by flre or casualty ic fraught with ruin to the owners of the more ra( at-iou* chips. Hetcrred to the C ommittee on ( omnierie. Mr SfcwmK prennled a memorial of citizen* of the Slate ot .New \ ork a-king the abolition ot aiatery in the Pietrlct <>f t uiuiubia. a nice be lusted oe relerrej I to the Juoiary i oui uiil lee Mr Uta*iA* muted that the motion be laid on the tatle. Mr Kim. *aid it wax the duty cf thet hair, knoeing tl a< (hrte a a* < ejection to ail *?cb to *t?l? lae i[Ui*tii n brat on i>< ' receptiou ot the petition. I be Vict lkk.aii.iLM eipreaeed iua readme** to do *o wheiierer objection aa-. actually made oinereiie ae ha<i bo light to pot any question except upon the m >tl. Ii Hade fey the SteUaiot preaeUtlurf a paper I lit a)** aut na)? were theu oidered aju taken, resulting y?aa U. bays 11', eo that tne p-tlliun aa- But received th> attiniova ratiixm or erir reiKT eioin. Mr bn k'Mv> ? ununited a i.ivlu i >u. turning Wfceth* r a cetlatu |a**iapti lu ttie Hgulatiou ol the M r?l I'olnt V ilitary trauemy or any reu?lruo Inn tliereol, ?a? calculated to interfere wiih khe free eierci*e ot tlie reilglou* freedom of the cadet.' Adopted. r?orniu mi i i no* n nit aduaoaat or iiiai Mr br-?iof<, in puxoanct ol notice a<?el lea re to iblioduie n M.I I *' uiiilit % tbr Mt'ti i I I rm< ti r? I uuc* ber bi i/LUmi. n ami < J? tier uteri'T territory to | tin* Mat.e, anil ti ?I rclta<|i.h burn! of lb* ' CI* in' <1 IViae t til* I lilted Si* ea. f?ir a coiialilnra- . ti< u <t bfteeii uiiilh B? Kb I (incttjuj to elate bin r?v- | tiH.a ibtiifi r. Tbi Mat* of *? too itrt* iuli?r till b?t U(ll COBVelilrl.ee ft (In r.)l|allt) "I |?er |m-|||uO wifli ralen now to ol tier > alt r c 'Ulaiuiui; ab ml t,.r.,a buBdrtd tu'i ht(> Hi uaaod m?.*r* n.ti.a, a portnm of wLiob a*, ut the ie*i .n of ^i^rt'ul ti iw?r? aad m< otiri tu that i.t t^ipt'iitl mm lid lc* It *? n?- 1 emii). t?.ff Am. Iv>t tiit own convrnieiie*. anl o? ;-k [ ??i) I. r tb* I ut <1 Mai-?. that hrr b<uiiila las ahoultl br reduced Ilia proper tint* to bav. made tha? r?dui:|nii *ar bflorv hti aiiui-iatioii ii.il ba ilmrtil to a r< uipli-b Doff what b* eiideavored to ham il .u* at ' that tilor lb* |>uaclpl? ol tb* pmpi-ed rffduotlno t> rucb at in fitr I to Stat* ot l.x.aati ne. e*t- 1 tl? d to*or ai J organn d u.itiiiC'i>al 4 mr m -ut. It |>ropaa?<l to leatricl bir -tun Ij 1 .uiiar; to tb* on* | liol.ditd aid ifCHil iii|[f?? i.l w*?t l"li<|lliide. auJ bar 1 oftli* 1 it t<i tb* ia<Atti * mli luot of t iff K?4 itlvar. ] be, ? ? ti t be pa ai|*<? 1 t i>li* nuudird *'. ! oue bui.Jred and two lt?gr?rff ul weal lontfllud* I ln-?. 0 U^iiarl** would aaeiote a trttilntj M out- iiuadod irnl Uftj tb uiikil Mfiiair Uillta, rtili i"O mucli I t ou* Sac I'm* bi il alio pn poeed 1 but wtiru ttiff p>i|iuii>i'ia of tb* Ifiit u) cratd b; 1 nae-hail o- ataiu a population of Hf l.iiLdrru tbotiwM loula 1 ehali t> adaiitiffj into thi ItlMMtHttlr I'br Mi|tirub>i<udl )i f tblKi.ff* Bia'ff woti.d c T?r thffetitirc float of th* 1 rrllorteff if 1 allt< tnia and ,\n t.eaieo H* d*-ei ib*d tb* wild eonditii 1. <1 tl? e< ui.tr; prop.n d to b* c*d>d tijr I nai tb* di 1 rnlaior) auu vieivua enaiMtn of la* >*1141 too r< an.?u mil >t and ib* irfatui) of rilaMl<blag milt- 1 at>,> li Hlbi-atiou*. milt aij p au i*ffd-, tc lo aud tin 1 Bgti Ibal ev. untrj I be mil biwaver. t?*i >04* I to T* lai* It waa lett to her with bffi debt, ami tbe l altid biatea eouid Mem* tbe Mrfbt ot way wh.cb waa lndlrpe|,?lble OKI) bj lirKn'tlliou with Irlaa I'DI- Uffc??i|i) I r lb* u-e of a p .rtioli of th* tvriltorjr named, wa* am iber leaeon for 11a n quiilii.iu by lb* I ailed Hi a ee \ net her n aann wae. tbat a souUict wan art. wing up betwieia Hi* p*i.|iie ol tbat 1 ffiritoiy aud ta? 4ut* ol leiar. a coLtnct iB abicti lb* i tiled s.ete. auat Ivilirr 01 later bee. nie a putt) ai.d winch would be etid?d allb tl>e auopthn. < f tbe p.np. attua ffoataiued In tl.i bill M* utged the Mib;e.-t?u tb* a'twntlon uf j th* ?*nat* and ei|.re?ed tb* bop* that lUt pnposi- ' tun a would be adopted I be bill w*a read and r*f*rrad to lh? li .a mttee on 1 th? iii iliiaij I ^ .N.t toota, pursuant la oollea, a-heil b a>* to lutrodui a hili lot ryaiuie a teriltoriai < i>?ro u-oi fur atiI. riia New M>ltff?. D*ffwr*t an I with Ibt a 'ii>. iil of tlenlat'il luai to iriet tbe dl-titet'if Jaoiutoluto aMate.ti be admit'c'l In th* I aton and ala.. pr<<c**d*<| to ? x^ialu lt? i I jeota an l hir reaa.'ii* for luliOluclug it. li* l.ad luaeell |< a* a** ai'ffovwed lb* 11 ff*a?it/ I' I the redufftlou of Ibff ti uu**riee ol 1 eia- aad 11 t> Dedtbewbol* Ciunlijr tlna tw. uij biill .iK of |r**> P fcen that b* d>?i(iu <1 to tntro*lur* a bill wnlrb Wi.ulit : )| fo?.?r the ineefaity H* knew that th. re waa a i|ii?ffI I h 11 i?a'i t.ed that 1 wblab an patriot* 1.1 K?tt U| i 11 wltu ?. muoh rerneur*. aud whiea had b<an ui il by uot.rlucipl?d d-uia< >|Uia. in be frvff ? (tia'ea brtb* bae>it poip. ae?, and with a viwff of f. >f ii >1 ijh' miud ?u1 |'ll- i u|| ii- <ki? h'n da u<i |iitn ut ucr ti ? ti? Boulii tulriNtbna Una bill h' l ?<i eaialuiij fr?n<> J bi- hut ? ?' U >1 10 . || ?r,? r 11 - gr ui.il i>l ullkUol Ikf ? ufuilou of l>iH *>Ui>d 'b> n ??i bi**'? qamln ?-f -la??rj wii h raf|.el to b*r ?Biif> tarin?r) aii<l lb-rr w*? u<>i tharali-ra, hut i't ( * M il within bar b rd?r? H? * Hilary ?*pp?aail ?< ? ??p?*liig >ha <1 . r? a,am, . Ir tint ula? i?aiun? i|'i'?iiii bv i? i onu lha b< Ki < ?! i !>*? bjr >m h in mi ii* a*bai A ro pro |ia-rt Iba i?fi?atlluM?n |?raaant?4 l.f imi> aad mimII'Ii'iI b> t*a raf l.-l nua of auuatallua. pro- j %i -d |. r lha ndiniMt a >? ?> ib? I di n t| an* ?! ? . m?,?iHiIi ' ti iti-rj. Ui i ,| n by Mr, la * ii art ilralarltg kn b in..ia.|. hi.J ha e uid ant j, t r Bioaittt t < an at t'.ii-.Bi.ig |ba wr.-at- , ii t iii iiji i" hi' b 'i Ilia' lain r>, ? almitt. 1 ? ipu tba i nlvB Irr.m th?- .u'li III* bit prop**.! I hat a lib lb<* r. B??||| l ata* hr?t bad anil oBt?to- . fj it a a* tariff territory it in? .hunt b? ?r<vt?dl ' lair Ma-?. to b* naui-il is bu<r of tb? battla nf Im JmIiIo. Ill bill did not any It abouM be i i)?ti Itete altbouA of court- he meant that and ahoald ion alder hlmMflL ? traitor to tbe Soath |f he had mj other lalMlfin. Mr. V proceeded to remark jpen the faet ahb he a?*umed that the Senator fr*n Vflraourl. althown be did not name him, had ftolen ale thundtr JB had long ago made kaowa the taot Rhirh rverjbo4h waa ae lualutrd vlth, that the State ?f Texan wai to* large that her bauudarlee ought to M rrducrd and Baa given notice ot hU intention to id r< dice a bill, if fact reducing thoae bonndarlea ? he retaining a potion ot the territory. Within that Mate, it waa aeiifenean that thia propoiltioa was hi* property. Ha wag net In the habit of ateallng from othera ; and, aa ho did not blmaetf (.teal, he did not dctlre to be atolet) from (tnrniog towerJn Mr Benton ) lie made no chargt* , he waa the laat man in the world to oo that; but wndrr all tbe circuuutauce. he must he alloatd to dxal In an Innooent luueado. He could not, ar.d had not introduoed a propoaltlon, tin,liar In all itg detaila to that which had ju?t been presented h> tbe Senate although hi* bill aceoiuplitbed all that could be aooumpliahed In a tar more juat aatihfactory mauner, In eoase queuce or m? lncenoiwy in<>vemeui> iu w? .iunu^u? the n.cenoiary mtni|rj of the Governor of Massachusetts and other States 1. rth of Mason aud Dixon's In? Ni thing could be more diabolical. aocura-d and traitorous, ibu for a S miheru man to present an; such proposition a* was contained In the bill to reduce the b undk'its ?f Texas, 6.o. the South lad been forced to daa w the Hue and she bad drawn it. the had averted bar constitutional rights, and could < ftrr do more ocin promises of those rights Ha tad desired to see this quration settled in such a manlier aa net to compromise the feelings of any man from an; section; but ibat time bail passed by It ?ould not hair go?e by however. If it had not b"eu for S?utl^>rn man men pretending to represent Southern sentiments and feelings. The S uith would not probably bate assumed its prcreat position if It bad not beenfor tha eour?e of a Southern man, (Mr. Centre) living iu Southern State, a slareholdar, kLd representing nlaveb< lueis. who had undertakeu to lall a i those who differed fmai bim upou the agitating question fools. I'hkt Individual had declared that no man ot sense now questioned the right of Congress to lepislstt- on the question of slavery When tie made that declaration, be knew that the distinguished Secatar from South Carolina. (:?ir. < alhouo))Who was generally alleged to poaretv at least an ordinary sbare of intelligence.and th? Senator from Michigan. (Mr. Cass) * Uo possessed certainly as much judgment and commou ten-e aa the gentlemen who bad inferred his lack of undcralauding had. bath of them, declared specifically that they could And no olause in the constitution conferring any such right of legislation by Congresa He ku?w. also, that a large number of gentlemen aac-mhled iu this capital last winter. bad declared their solemn con ileum tbat no sujh ri?bt pertained to Congress. Notwithstanding all tbls. tbo later Setiati, inoan for his wisdom experience. and a thousand virtues besides, took it upon himself to declare tbat all the gentlemen were fools; and similar acta tiad created the neces-ity upon the part of the Sou'h, for actl?n asserting their rlgQC.-i and exprersitg their conviction* of the power of i ongresa, Ld tbe position which the Representatives should assume on tbiafci'-al questlrn Vir. Kooto repeated his stai?K? at of the remarks made oy the Senator (Mr. Denton) and Mid, that the effect of suai seiitlmeuts, avoaed iu a 8?i.tt.rru Mate (viinaouri) !>y a slaveholder Limtelf. l ad tke eti.ct i t luUucing slates to run olf hy tie Mitts across the Mia-i.-sippi Klver iulothnfree K'atis [ VIr Benti n here ros?. put on his hat, and thr< ning his elta* on l.is a m prvoeede.J to ieaio tile chamber ] A* be ??* leaving Mr. Koote proae?d-J ye* Mr they ISdae-oss the river, the same sort of hlgbt aa tl.e Senator Is bimseii making from the * Ut- _ ... - K_, I. CnnliiUt-r. I iu r?r m MCI IV iituawvi, - ??* (liied to stand up like a man. ?lu au??er for bis c >urse, whatever it uiay be. The S? uator frcin Missouri has, lin-e nlt?r tin e. when three iboiuaod miles off. slaud?rtd Mid villitied bis fellow 8-aatnrs, au<l the portion ot tbe I uion which 'liey represented. aud threaten' d to eba nttr? iho.e who difl?r?d flroui htm on that subject; J>t now he dated not iil?et thoa? hit bad slandered, :aoe to tare thai a* ?oou at the subjeut waa biot' U at here. where be bad proposed to administer the cba>ti?. mei.t, b< had fledtoJiB the S?n*te a? those cegroe? had fl? d uer< s- the river Mr. Fente regretted tee Fenator bad fled the chamber; he though', if i rerrLt. lie could apply to hiru a clissictl ((notation, which i?;ighr not be efftctnal in his abseuce. He vould hare inquired ot him in ths language of ( i Jam, Quo* i/iie lutuUm ukntrrr Cnhtlinu.;mifntia nostra:" He derireit alto to say, that tbe little deinaK<g??KOl' tbe North-the buiter'lies of au h.>ur. that U*e only ui.nl the brut Iroat oI the in?rulng talis upon tli( in would never have bet n able to vffeot anything, bad It not been frrtheald which they received frotn tbe 8( uth from a Southern nan-a slaveholder, as be bad already stated. I nder all these circam<tancea, be conld not iffer an* compromise or any proposition designed as such If any scheme of compromise on tbe subject >-hould be offered in good faith, from tbe proper quarter, by tbe right kind of men, be bad no doubt that tbe South would readily a^ree to it. Cut it was *ot fer tbe South now to offer uoh a proposition. and it waa In that view that he ould not have introduced such a bill aa that one by the hecator from Missouri, which proposed to open the question el slavery again in a Territory where it was already recognised by tha I nit? d States, an 1 thus ke-p alive the tlame ol di-oord.aod add to the incenoimy material already so plentiful Mr. Koote hi o alluded to the meiuniial prevented by the Senator from \4i?sr uri. at the la?t session from so-oalled com * ntli n of citizen* of New Mexico, asking tbe establishment of a government for tbem, aud the exclu?*en of slavery therefrom He tben pronounced the trerilr rial a fraud. Intended to cheat a portion of the ptople out nt their ii*hia Since that time, he bad a >ery extensive eoi respoudence with citi/en* of New Mexico. ai d the uuiter?ai answer to bts Inquiries waa that be was right inpronouooing tbe me sxivi a't a fraud. *011 that in* S- uat?r prei-entinf It enuld n< t find a *ii>*1? r>-?p*ctabl* rl tz?u of thai territory, who would >>i tb*l tt bail ever emtuatvil from aA"**/M' fonn ntlou of th* p*?ple of Now Mexiro. II* ci mpiltii*iit*d ?h* p*< r<* "t i)*?*r*t.fc* cialmr forward and aakiDK th* H?l?r>lmhniKOt of a foerrum-ut, ai d daclarii g *t the *aui? litu* that lit*/ wanted no ||it or lot la tbi? niintu n. wbieb bad t-udaniieri-d tU? |i?rr mii harmony ?l tbi I mm. ilr r ?il? lnr.n^ C(>urlud>d hi* remark*. botl) tb* bills Introduced w*r* referred to tl.e Judiciary Ommittee. rt'olllVt ULiTcl. Mr B' Tim froni th*? nti.iiiit'.** on tb* JuJtclary. reported back tb* hill profiling fur tb* more effectual execution of thecian * of tli* oa*litution la relation t? lb* rtrapiaretf fuiiitir* *la*e*. wi'ta aii>?u'lru*ut*, auU uicted that it be uiaue the > peaial ord*r for Monday t?i: Aiftfnlt' nKtMiiign ?ri?Ti>pr to Jan*, Till oair.xTil HIIUMi AMD MAM. Vr Hmun mibuntt*4 tb* toll^wlng resolution* wblrb lir f.?rr :? Kimliwl 1) at lh< Jttffurjiiif Siattlx r* |n*at*ii to ton xmiiait Iv tiit * '?! ?(> tetor made* ?r p<rt.en'ar? at May lataton* to h'? kk'.a *1** Tc*i>*miu|i i di leatlon. in-111 mre*t aid lailiiltl I'otaniit ky ?n- Japaaeae Iml<iiii imI IVn en.! ?ut .i.nii a, I .la>ne>a)Hu?a, who lad ih? Kiiil 1 tubi to r reck. >1 i h* c..?*t ?f japan a to In i i |ri l?i eiiwhich art a?w ftoqaraled I y a Uru Ali-rica' vhalltia fret, iu tin piairtul purauit* uf thtir Imlvl nl'TWir hraohtd. 1 ha !> 'R< < r-tary i f Mat* ! * alio rr|0*at*it to r ti ii.m I an t? i ti* * buiiIi t<< ii> ?n<l n'hitila InfirHtkti"B tv ' lm | . ? .. l. f 11 lit far'tin at >f gttltai rtlaif? to tl? 11 ||'| n'l-n' tiri n'al Nation*. aa I th*ir ??(>*k tli tli t fir a IMI'1 I* A i *rti>aa rotauterci ard that ho ri |i rt i u in* i U'y i f ih- *i p "inunetii *f a Ipi'rial l/tpli ual * ?,< I t or "a.no alu'i*r uf t|ie t'niud 4ta**a. ti. L? i*et<d wi h nttii?fiiy ..p- r. utioah * r?l?t i >a?. a-nl >ki it u.B tfi.ial trt ktic , with It *< trcrclfu* f tii?*i action* Hrac!??d. Tli** the fteer*tary ? f Slat* k* fnrtl.er r*'|tiieed t..ri|'i>rtt?ilHfniiii? wlitihir th* tr*tty k-iw?*n th I'iiiI'm ht at** ana it ia Naj < alt, in* ku * .f Man, tn ila th* Jiua Vklili, l''U bat I I I t*B ? lit*u i j tin Kn ^ ia lh? twoa r j ky hi* bia^ni) of ifit tildinf iri*tal of tk* pr > dl ct?ol that emiB'ry, kBd wkit-h m<y re<|-nr th* lat*r>*a11 a of "VT furrr** ?b* Ir t>rd?r t? pi?r? aar rutnta -rcial Iklarcwkr'* wi'h -hat kli g*i>tii, ahoaad m ia all th**1<> .I it* of a |T'tltkkl< fint.i-ff. III .in a |<r. per f'ottar: i l|'i.|* ? f t > e refidet r* *f t > i ? aal at Haalok f*f th* rrfti rt i n of A'atricak rl u*aa and tdwir laarultiuniene ik ? aai. rtttt utK tammi Alter kblief Ciroulle* - Ion,th* Senat*adjoiiruej I . iis> o( ill III laaaliliiai I Ian.18.1440 A riM.lntt. n tlcui tha S?r ?r? th* nf rnlWeticn rmiM ??? rrfarrot loth* i <>tuaalttaa of Way* M.1 .Meat>? uuvnaa roll >? * iitrit. Tba H?n*? tb?n ??nt Into an alcatlon fo* doorkaapir. wl'b tb* following r?>nit : Hornrr 1*; Ajr? Silt* r??t rrmttrtr ( an.o*? i Mrt??n oanildata* Tba Hcu>? vot. (| tbr?a IIbm n?nr? On tba laat Allot, lb* M<b.?t vot*? wrrr ? Horarr. 46, Tafl?. SI; H < < 4'i Mr. Wi.(ir?iin ?an'?d to know If It would b? la v??tto Introduces r??>><utl >n drclartng tha tlactlon t ?>*<t krrpvr and i>o.tw??'?r 1 b* Kriikit alii *<> Mr. Kmwii thought that taktn* tb* qn??tlon on It l>y JM? ? > would h? *-'! It to rira ? itili , Mr Wmi>??h withdraw bin proportion for tb* >rr?nt k r Kn? of VnMland. cff*r?d rrrola'lnn d?Urire Vr H< rn?r d<-oikr?per and Mr. Jobnaon poat?ia?t?r 1 b? Sr. lira rnla-i blm out af ordrr Mr >.??? app.ni??l T? a ?t. ton of th? chair wa? I Ar.otbar ballot wa< than bad f<>r d >or kaapar a* an>a*r-d TafU VS i I at* 46 . Flood, 61. No alvctloa. Idjcnrnad mw YOKK I.KUMI.ATI HK. mnai?, Ai tin, Jan. 16 U10. Mr. faoa* praaanNd tba petition of Maarj C. Matby. for a irnni of land und?r *at?r, id front of Ilia tod it N?? Utrrckt. it>i<r.* iii^i or rovnitai triir. Tb*-aanual rrpi.rt if tba ro?. Saving* Hank a* rrevlvrd. aoriricor aitxa Mr Wili iam* fata i?' loc "f a kill to am* ad tba lav rlatir k to Harbor Maatara In tba port of Naar v ork Mr Hri iMtn of a Mil *> am n>l tba Ml for tba aiora R>rtnal ptaianMoa a? Orrt ia tba el'y of Na? York. iMrd Marrh 7tb. IM> Mr M?>ao?a, c.f a bill to allow aontrarta ofl^anaod tl^aiaarr on paraonal a^urltlaa f >r nbort p?rtod?. annua Pa ai"'tl?n of Mr i ??? th* Hanita proo*a4><| |i tba rn#-d? iat|. n i f tba tf?oluthi| baratnfora offarad 07 m d?Haitn? that tb? tlyact of a a?ir<? bank or ? i-7 m-mrrmi i?w If I ill Hind, il ? > l'> ir.il 'In u-~ ' I" ? lit ?o ?n?brr t4 Miiif Kat.ko to b? or<?>i>i>-<l nf b?T* ?< -* ??? " I by tti- fr?n in nt to M to t?*? from >h? p-mr ih?lr -??in?? and ?f ?r ?ith?r d?i>?t? It < r???i?> I ?n r< f?r ?h. nbttl* Uf Atliifll?f n?i.?r*l. tnt hi* n>llll'?. n hi m i> tin TBaaitniiix At 12 I'iInI. tkr VaiiBti- to tb* rul'lfrv J ttem of Mr. G?44*a' resolution#, mpwlln atovtrj la j territories bow Fin. The qvmtion Mai; ob first resolution. j HrMlfil If the Sonata concur, ibat u Ikl feisral eoastitation wu formsd tad adopted espretsly to wear* lbs blessings of liberty M. the pe plo of the United lUM aad the* posterity, our Senstors ! Cu?nr??? m hereby iastracted. indosr npre?fniitift? i'? requested, to in their Wit efforts to pit< ure tlx p????Kof laws that will tlTMtutlLr aai forever pat an tad to the ?lave trad* la the Uintriot of Columbia. Mr. gimnii. of Jrfftrson. moved, as an iMitaut, to substltnta for the Kriat of raaolaUoBi the followIn|:? Keaolved, If tho Assembly concur, that the po?plo of th? State of Now York are strongly attaohod to tba rtltral Caioa, and eontider it* preservation a matter of tho hi?fceet latoroot to themselves. tho whole country, and the eauae of eiril liberty. Thai while, to luitaiu it oa their own part, they will faithfully abide by all the provismt a. compaota, an<l compromises ol tho constitution, they will also lirmly oppoae all attempt*, fram whatever xurce they may come, and aadec whatever pietebt-e tl>e) mav he made, to dissolve the Union. Kttolved, (if tho Assembly concur) that the people of New Y' rkare opn?sed to t' ? exteusi >n of slavery lato any tttrifries of the I'uited Vates. where it doe* not aow exisC und that onr 8?net<.rs in Coui(res? are hereby instructed and our Kcprcbtntanvet re<|ueated. to nse their boat efforts to Rrtulvrif, (if the Amnuilly o.mcui) that ths people ot New York liu-.u learu'd, ?Ith treat attraction. that the peo|le of ("alitun i* have nlopteii a cmatitatioa which it is acuriiiU' e with the free institutive* of oer country, ud oar Penatnr* in i hereby tn.cruc ed. *u4 out ftepre?>i tatives re'iuttud, in vote for the aJmitaiea of California into the I ? it'll a? a St - te Mr (. ko?h railed for * division ot the queetioa, that the vote rhoulU ilr.->t be takeu ou the motion to strike, cut. Tbe Senate ordered tfce question divided, nad tht % metion to ttrike out Ittilen bv the following vote:? Ai m?Vtittt. Branlrvih. ilr"wn. Carrull, Curtitt, Dart.' " Fi x, Cuicmt, Mai n, N*ktnner, Snyder, Stanton, Stoue, 'futile--!* Not *--Me?i.ts Bat cock, B ach, Beckman,Colt, Cook. Croliua, Croat, Ptu-niuk, Uvtitie* J< bmm, Miller,Morgan,Owen, R. Mnenn, Schooiiniuker Upturn, Wriliinn#--17. Mr.Oi iumi moved to postp-iue the whole subject till the 2Jd day o February My that time, Congress would probably b? organised Tbi* km lost h;. a men' ft t<v 24?Messrs Br.iDdreth. Browu, of Suffolk, ttuiueis Noyea, of Cheuanga, and Skinuer. of Jtffrr-uD v.>-.iog 'u favor. The first resolution *w then amended by the moticn otMr. Stone, to *? to read ' that the general government ought to relieve itself from all responMbllity tor the existence or nnntinuMiee of the slave trade and slavery wherever it had the constitutional poorer ovet these subjects.*' The first retolutlou was then adopted, ayes '29, noes 3 and then the question reourring to the seoond resolution :? Ho* oived. (if the ittPinMy concur,) That the determination indicatt d by the Cuvtruer'e mcasit,et and the resolutions of the viriouH tiavtlniimnK Siatu, auii liy the Kcpretntati> et t f such States, o t x cud doineatis slavery over the terrr. riet sci(uired in the late treaty of peaet with tho republic ' of Mexico, we let I huuiid m upfNi-e *n.h all ennstitmionsl ui' tni; and our Sunatnit in Cor (iri?t art hereby instructed, auil our Hsprenentauvea requested, to?ute their heat effortt to prohibit by pi'HttvB eu-otiatnt. the ?i tnnion of slavery over any part of mcti territory. ho*ev?r ttuall. and by wha'.ovei pretcui.s of C' n. pn Bits*. Mr Sain.w.H cbatauirtiMd it as the Wilmot proviso. Mr Okduks tatd u *a? si It was the oeiuer ttonc mt.ic.h had been so lejeote.i " A motion w*s made to u-e the word prevent in-teal of prohibit; but the Senate reuse'! anil the i-eoad re*o lu'ion ?a adopted Ajea 'A. Bay* 3 Me car* Bran- i dreth Brown and rtkiuner. ABd t!je qestiuB cam j on tb* third resolution: htnolved, (it t.< A>r?BiMy eotjrur,) That our Sen?tor? in C.ri;.cit be instructs 1 to rea at firmly.and to tho utnaoit ol till ir abilities a:id <>y an h p-eitire lKjalatica ?s m-y bt < utwuuiiT, ti c extoi j oi. "l iiuiunu slavery or tbe juriadictio.i of Tex us o*craiiv part't wv- "cuioo. Mr ?ix urn mjtitf t?"i that thU waa a question ubch needed elaborate examination - tout hia wiuii ee* not fullj made up in Filiation to it Mr. Hi mi km argued the propriety of auoh a declarati< n at thic time ?r Sra*io> moved to lay the resolution on the table, but tbe Senate retur-e l by a party rote, aceeptlog Mr. Curtia. ot Knllivau and Mr Kox, of Herkimer, veted ?iih the ?kiif.i Ayi flS' naja 13. Mr Siuai then inorcd to amend the rea>lution by atiikicic out the wnila exteu-lon of human slavery;"' ' ut tbe S( Bate refu-? d Yyea 7, noes 21. And thee tlie reaolutiou vaa adopted tyea 22 noea 9 ? Meter*. | ntaLdretli Brown < arroli, Cook, L>art,Uuinuea, Noyef, Skinner, and Tuttle. The Beit three resolution* *er? adopted by the unabimou* and full rote of the Seuata Ktaelvad (if tl.e Atieiiil'l) c< iicur). That we hire learned with pn at satin a it,on tin- tie i?ople of California hare a4'pt> d a e<'t btituttoa wi.icli ia entirely >n accordance with ft M"nt it i be tme laali Mini if our coiiatry?and our Srnat<>ra ia < onirtuae ac her'by inatruoted, and oar Representative* re<|ne*ted to aid in ?ht paaainir of tuch lawa a* n ay be aeaa??ar? to acmit that Stu'e into tht Union. Kelolvtd, (if tbe A?ciu'l) u nrur). that the people of tM? tHate art draimus of | reaerrint ia\ i"late tbe Federal L'air a, and ttnt <bry will menu ualy oppose all attempt*, from I wbatt>er aouree th?y may eaianute or nader whitevtr pre tern v they n.ay fe luaue t > effect It* dissolution. I Keaolved. (ll 'be rtr?-Bit> > e-nnr). t'r at tbe Governor be rt'iatsted to trauan it * r | y of the fo'egoiat raaolatloaa to i each ot the Senators ana beprtaeatatlven ft im thia Statt it i CoBftTtia. Aamnatoly. ?LB?nr, January 18, 1>50. ittiTiua* The following peti-lans were read and referred:? Mr r*i r>. <>f board of Superrtaora of Alb?ay oounty, giving the Police Justice* tor power to send vagrant* tc jail luMtaa <1 me ihi-di >?r j Alro. of Uun<d of Supf! riror*. In regard to eampen. latiou of Supervisor* tor making *<;? <*m. Dt roll*. Mr Hkhakdfu*. of of Cayuga county, for tb? eqiialiaattou of tax** on til* different Behoof p I fiindn In the county Mr. RuBiBffl*. i f i3o lbtiahi!ant.? of F'ithkiU, to repcaJ | the law ot allowing iLcuf) ornie c?mpaul?a to swear off ! tsar* Mr. L D Smith in icjard to toll* on the ocntral ' railroads of thu state m.tll * 0? rill*. Mis Towvtm |t>> *..tre tha'. at Mm* future day he wouM Introiluc a trtli In relation tu the Clerk'* ami ! Surrogate'* oflW? of t?in city of Saw York Mr Ko?n i>h tu iirr of a hill f >r the tuf*reeaent of judgments a^amrt dree*i? d <i*btor*. TMB miisiuk ..r ih(; w?bd or nil run. Mr. J. W tiLi> |iar?uitue to pravioa* notice, intro'.urcd a M 1 In relet a tu din. Ion of 1'arelfth ward ' (f the fitjr i f \?? \ k in! i?o It w*? referred to a j >ei*et c< uinjit'er euiintouiig ol tbu delegation of the I city of New i ork. mi. titi rrin* ot NoniiiTltP*. Mr. L W 8*1 ii ti r uan* to n'ttee. loiroduo*la hill entitled in hi t<> ???iuot lion en-eutmu eertaic r?ul <flate, or ti- lue- ?*d*, l p?r*?H a having laoilu iNikuimm vt aiaine. Li Mr. 0*f imh a. a i.-il to ie,?-?l an act requiring the I registry o? bit-h? tf?a-t- ? d luortlaget. 1MB ?i-(. ?in. ? taar. Mr. roi>?pt?<* a h il t a?'<w CbaMea o. Tayler and II A I a)l< r to c. n* i.un a ferry trim Sliig Sing to ; Hockland tm iivreoM airti imiibu, Mr. Stoat iih mi itx Hou-e iiow go into 4 Committea of ihe M bole, oa tl'r but iu rrltUun to the HudaoD Blrrr Railroad ?hirb ???iair.ed. Mr I>i?mi?>? In'herhair A Iter re ire ren ark* tr ra Ir, $toar ? Mr. tin i? h i ac ivd 11.* IP u?* rl-e and report pro! frrm which ?as m Biunm i-l) carried, *? it waa then I l!2 (i>l(irk ilifl the* I* t) I ftl n.aii (.,? ika al?_**a AmI. cultuial oi>n?tj a at f> h- hulii at that buur of tbe day Notlili'K \?iv from the Month. ^ litLriuuitc. ian. 1(5, lsio. Tb? S<>utb?TB d i'I hm ("mi t*> hand bat conttlni BO Dews worth t*|i-f TMpbitif. .11 nrfci la. M?i rttlllt. in ia. ism i ??! ? www <? I* ft 210 bM< ( it. Mlll> and Howard tti?t n. IIr ar >4 *7>| Tt? pram niarurt rrauas without aprclai rh*u.?. Phlj.| lug ll'trlllgWRc*. ....... _ ?* Jan JC. ArriT'4 - flip C? c i r.1 N T^rt . _ , Roara*. Jan IS. Airl*?4? Bi'f v itf < t'art*<a?rna via Mawaort; Obi a 4t!, i ruaill.i 13th alt. aahr PitUioa, Taa? >ar?4?*M|> Bar*. N>trl**na: ??rka fl*l?a k Fraarl*. *??? K* 'V f4 ? ?"? 9?1T. Haltrni'itr; l??n. I MlMrl|*? ia* kim- Vti-aa. Ma'aaiaa. < arrin.a. P*rilar * t lead l?i I aba; x hi* En^tna, UuaaiVMi KaaUar Mala a 1a a. C1aar?4-Bark KukaaM Mtka, iraa^'a!7' 4"D' Jl* 14" faiw-rii..k^, r.-. Wv.rk.!"w ,WMM" " ArrlTa4-?l..ar OaarlW, NT-rt, Biiwol, iaa U. Cltart*, liui- fhir tk. n..? i imwh. Nr.Mli. l?j InitlllatiiMt t^^4*/1 A"**' ???< ra ?r latawrraawca ? Va?> tarda; lot *:>(a?>d ihr (rntlM pari ol thr day at tB< hllwutk #?r4 aialloa hna^, hatdiac aa lixjuaal da tb? r???ly i f raomaa C. Ho*?ra, bora Ic th?? mniutry a?- l .1 yaara. Tba d*<>??.ad. ir. mgn fn m tb* t??fiai< jj taken. wa?. b?tw?an |] ?B>| i o eli>?k no Taaaoat nxht In tb? hava^it i f i.nn.ti. lain nut M itMlnj fcapt bjr MMTroi, Diifh U*il>r the tBIiuai.aa > ( li-1 ' -r. and ?htla torr?, t?" )< 'in* b??d r*d ? >! "ti tn tha **lo?a to W<" a trio* by tb? ' i <?' " * 'lift ?al i larrnra Bri.uk tb* *ir?n ? N", MJ urtb ?'r?at, t>4 tba lat'?-r at " < i Harrna m?. I hrf ha<! n< t b?-?ti tn ?h? ??>o' u but a -hurt tima ?h?u tn* da- j ,,i,rd in?.l? a d- *1.1 i ' 'ti '? t" wh and Hf?r Ibr n.'tl ') !' ? ' I'HK Ml buJlUhK kt.itr alt* wlili-li lia iuHict?J ?t>? wninl on tbt T!?tit bt Hj?r. r?uitn* tn* Mixtd to taw i, i>fti??iy I bay . i tftfo'l or aod tall ow I tl)? fl'OT. H J*r D tp ab- Ill 4 out tkn Kofi II mm? Cutt'i'M I'm ?Mtb a kutlW H;?f wa* tikiD 'it ti'l fttiditiii Mm alf itat.s~4 r? fut riir tato tba ???! !>'< r. il?4 pottoaaiaa Ofllrat t ii ???rni 1h? < mi t i|?.? ndf I mt'i tb? t.?1 tb?ra !>lo* ntt tIt* floor iaaaoatbi* lr Kimbib "*? ?*i/t t'>f. ?h > thi> *.>nod? o( H)?t aim ?>? ini.i 1 H ri h i th?r? b-ta< do mit atd ?i-j?ry ? ? bt" ! ?'? .n tha l.mt. r pr?a<>Btia?4 tba ItiMtnltili atata to b- prmlu*??t fr-.ia aia* 11t?inal tijiirj. - *i n.w rc i aad mo *?- ot>*?>)'ii to tba httwrh >ar< poll** fiat. a. at>t. on at'i.io* thar h- ipnnrri lo rally >. I r atl't ?a< I. - <i .'I a a*il hi r.w to la'iirc M- Btt?B<tBrra bafnt- tha B BfUtrata to an?w?r tba i sr*a ?< tba aatttt wi!> i n Hi?r la a abort tiaa al'?r bi? la<*?'r<T I ii *. t , ir1 S''I tba 4 i ir *r>t to tba rail, aoil tbrra to >b<-lrt?tiiil<,i nit tbfj fdiitid N< (rti no hit kti?m. ht? wrk ra?tIt' oil the ?iU' it a n..*.t i t hi* b?*4 tolu<? t>ii b n ( Mm ,:p ba ? fu iB'l to b- ijaita itaad. 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