Newspaper of The New York Herald, February 6, 1850, Page 4

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated February 6, 1850 Page 4
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r / | L Trwurj aet, there U no neceaelty for took heavj kenda a* or* required from tb? oolloetora, aaeletanl trMKurm to.; and to far at tko mar# service* of tbeM Weera are eoneerned, individuate equally oapabli could bo obtained for )e*e tban one-half tbo pay thoa? now In offlee receive. There are Innumerable drone* about every hire, and tbo ouatom houae of every city In tbo Union baa it* portion of them Thia depart sent of the government has been made for many yeari a *ort of dlrpeneerof pentlona, for polltieal aervloea. riiw rem o a ou UJ 32 , 01<^o do iSO W W do 16O 32* wo City 8'? 186? lot 100 do UW 32* H*tl hrad H B>ndf 67K 30 do 32* 2009 Erie 7* 1869 fc3 M* 3? Undion Rircr RR C3* Jli.hiN AmTrwt 10* 5 do OS* ? OLio Life aid Tr Co 98?J KNTkNH RR 97 60 Eri? Railroad 3** loo Caatoa Co b60 39* It) do b"J? 9ft do 39 60 do ISO 38* 30 do (60 .39 73 do A?* loo roriatri' Ti buw 19* 16 Mohawk Railroad 83 200 do 29* 100 Hut ltd Railroad 31 100 do U13 23* SECOND BOARD. $3t<K) I'tiTiftV idM 89* 700 .00 Harlem RR &) S3'I 6n ?b* Harlem RR, prof 97 100 do AO* 23 trie RK 67* 800 do .30 30 3 SO do (CO 37* 50 do 80 . 200 Uarlem RR m.0 4.1-, 0(0 do *10 AO 700 do b60 Al IV) do |A 30 100 do kit) 31* .VI N Am Trait 10* lit) to Vi* AO Fartarri' Trolt 19* 60 do (10 So* 59 Caatoa Co 38* 100 do V* 23 do S60 39 li 0 do olO 8o*, 2u0 Morri. Caoal iM 10* lltO do ll2m lOup V) SO Heading kK 32, 100 do Md IDVKBTlSEMisMS REMKWFD EVKKK DAT. Jmhiti to Jldvertitemenlt tent by MaiI awl So pool paid, or they will not So taken from the Poet Office. LOST ?ON TUESDAY MORNING, IN THOMPSON itreet, nfor Weahiaaton Square. a ploia gold doublo(pring Eye Glae*. A reward of 6.5 will bo paid to the tinder, by 1.avian It At U. It U. Miller# Book (tore, 043 Broadway. THE LATH CATA3THOPHE. Notice is hrkrby given to the frirnds or thoM wnfortnaale individual! whoee IItu were eaerihoed by the eialneum of a am engine in tha manufactory in Had> atreet, on the morning of tha 4th inatant, to oafi at tha Fourth aud Station Don'*, (whore their bodiea now lay,) (or tha purpura of identifying thein By order of tha Committee, IDWARDGBIFFlN.Chairmun.JACOB OiKLIT, DaMIUUUCE, GEO. H. rnA.Ml.IN, JAHLh U.COOK, WARREN CtfaPMAS. Committee of Board of Aldermen B. L. H. WARD. Chairman, ALON/.O A. AI.VORO, HLOKAN CK MiCARTU V, OSCAR W. bTCRTh VAST, Committee of Board of Aaat. Aldorman A CARD.?MESSRS. A. B. TAYLOR R CO. RETURN theireieeere thank a to the member* of tha I'lraaud 1'ohca Department! and uthere. for thair tftirient and ralaabla aarTi?i In rre< uing tha auflarorafront tha lata calamity by whioh their eetabliahiuaat one deetroyrd. Thay nlao have tha pleaaure to MM 'in i ha folio* iag latter and donation from Maaara R. Uoa * Co , to ba appropriated to tha aid of tha an (fa rare ? N*w Yona, Pob 4, IteBO. Dear Sire ? Wa have laarnad, with the moat painful feeliage, af tha aad eataatrophe at yonr ta'abliat.niaat thia moruiog, aad oaanat retrain (ram tendering yan our moat aiaoara aympatby. If *a can be i f nay aaetalaaca ta yon la the emergenev, wa ahall la happy ta raadar any aid in onr p ?or Wa ahull ha ilad alaa to haea yoa diahuraa the eaaloaed cae hundred dollar* to tha auSarare < r thair feme lea, in auah a way aa yon thiak pre par. Yuure, eery truly. R HOB a Co. To Haaara. A. B. Tat i.on t Co.. Praeeat. Messrs. a. b. taylor r co.. hatr tue pleaaura to ackaowladg* tha raealpt af tha Donation of On* Handled liollaie. together with tha following letter from HcMia. B??"h R Brother: ? Or>U K or th Near Yonn Ira, Feb S, 1*J0. A. B Taylor R Co.? I'leaa* add th* Uocompeaytng On* Hundred Dollar* ta anch anma aa may haea already bora placed In your handa, for diatributloa among tha anlfarara and tha Itirnda of thvae aahoaa lleaa weta loaa, by tha dreadful calamity at yonr place yaatarday morning. For yonraolraa, neirpt tha * armed aympatby which frlauda ran offer. HEAliU R ukurueii. N. B Any roniniiinicati na for A. B. Taylor R Co. may ba laft, for tha praaant, at Haaara Harper R Rrtbtra, tU cue Utah HIHCHLLANKOll, JAMES CONNER a SON. TTPI TOI NIiKRS CORNER af Ann aad Naaana atraeta New York, haea aa hand awry nrtiala naaaaaary for Complete Printing RatabliahBRR t|S I HE INMR*Ntl-H(K)KI,IN INSURANCE i'i i E I at), officii .> . ' Heialiaat*' Stchaaa* Wa I Itreet, New 1 orb aad 43 Fallon ? re-t. Itr klra Thle eld eatabliihed Company aowtlwnaa 'o take ruha or limited arniaat aa dwelliaga. ?tir*?, faraliur*, merchandlee, Rc., at th* lowtat yniea of rrtminm. Cs LOTH IRQ. AT WSOLICtlE F<?R ct*H. l> | j / DRVI.I M. U aad El John lift, croer af Naaeau. haea at ? tho ult of thtir Moot o( ' t'RIKO AND SI MAI1R CLOTH IN0 mil for iaopo?*t- n. and wotM lafit* tto attoatioa of unit; tmhuu M I ho MB*. 1). A t. D ra* Ituhiollf unrt faifhtoof* if oloiMn* it a l thoir MMk it Ail fr?oh. tat u thoir imp-rtaii'.ao tat fttikwii*nni4t tbi'i; bofo-o tto loto linato it r-oda llto rrtooo will to fooad to oorfoofoad vitk Iholf oiool low Writ of protta. Thop fool that iho.r otjrlo ?f Mao'ifo'toro if A?* too ooll ka wa lo aoad attoa'iia koial oallod to it. a* Iko; koto al*a?. paid iho (tooiooi tltoatto* to tbo ot/lo aad polo of ooorj tormooI of thoir 1MB oooo Hook. ^tiothiao lo ?oit oforp oiorkot la Iko I'aitod Itatao. Woot latioo. t>4 Roo-n AMortoa Dot ftftail D?f tr'mftt it aloapt foppliod aitk tko for; It too I oi; loo of Clot hi of. MIOMTTK RRA.NRT. I. ANDINQ -SM UAI.f. I o .|??r1of oaf oifhtk 't?l> of tho old oof (fa OLIO I""! iMd.r.fnm Iflt rooottUA Jjo-o^ioodlfro? k^ollo a'.d ht talo I; R. T. F IVOkl A CO ,T oof Ml rroat it UVI.IOl'1 ROOTS Jl'ST ARRIVED. PAR BARK JD Tfidoat. 'root HMItad. tho lorttoi tod toot lot of flooor Boo to that *oro ooor iBp?r'*d. *"ftotiao of Br.-iatht Cfoooo. tod Prlror.thnt, Ao. * 1*01 of Bpatlatho. ? it'i Tot pa, 1BIOV Crooao. IS.'to' V liaa'ha#. Tho; will ho fold la lo o to Boil porohaoor*. at tho ootahltabaoat of Iko nnd-roiptod WILLIAM SfRI CURAT f IT J k?r i Rot V?''T H -iilAodtlo Rood. l-r it if II till* I lir Tin oaohioo fo? MB pro n * a r ho fit thrnoh la oooboor, lor lit* ooaia Thlo It troo. of foot aiooo; rotornod. laotrortK a ko*, pflafod. aad toot k; <ooil la a o?alod oaooloaa fir |l It ?oo laooai-d hp tko troat thoMlot Li.Mr *bo a- ld iko ooorot lor ti .SPA. No booooolfo ohoald ko Bith iotlt, pa yt tko No* Turk City Chriotlao IbtoIImoa-op: aad thlo ad Vtoo IB ookood bp at loaot lot hoadrod aoa .papon aad portad io?l?. aad i.p thnooaa'0 oh" ha*o trlod thlo piaa. Adlfoto 00 tall oo B.TWRLVRTRRRA. Room XI. No W Maatao ttrtoV hi* Vofk. _ (NOCRTBRrRirXtft AT WoRK-TUR PI'RI.10 ARB y a?*la ran-loaod aaaiatt farinnt tporioot Rlai-kiad*. latoad'd to t>? pal sod n(.<>a ihota at tho toooiao Rao-n fhalloaoo Blaoklao. kp par Hot obo, to art of tho aaiooroal aad doootTtd (irpnlaritp of tho cantao artiolo. dooioa kp a fill*BOOO attach of Jtoito S. Baooa i R arkiao lakol, to appmpriat* to ?h*mo?lT-o that potmaaoo *k|ok bo ha* tpoat poart of toll aad poraoforaaoa la a'ftlna? la ardar tho .fo offoofaallf ?" dooo'f* tho ua*arp. ?n? af lb* onaatorfo.taro of Jaa. B. Maaoa'o R.tlioh kla-hlao lakol rlaooo tho itflof "C" kolof* tbo word# Bao?a'o <>ftaiaal Oaflonoo lii.-k.no' n? or ?(. lor 01 tm itMi, 0*4 mir da. * th* "i ' lot) it rotor*-rnat.a* 11 road Raaon oOrlr.aal oh?ll?n?* Bltmlu " Aanth?r amatorfoltar af Raaon a Bla-ki*( Ithol. Iia Talma atraot Now Turk I toflaa tho ?Mi twtp of lh< la tel. hat oabatitatoa hit nwa aaaa* for tho wort ' Haoma " Tha labola of thu aoaatarfoltor ar* rriatoH oa rarlon* ta* lara af ptwr la all athor raapoeta thooo ara V tliallao of Jaa S flaaaa'a Ba*li*l. Hio-bin* lahol. whiloi Iho aonatorfait Blackia* itaalf la, liko all ?u?r tpariaaa ortt-loo, ?tiroI* wofthUoo and doatltat*of trorr inai.t j that roonmm-n do tho aoaatao BW< kin* Prootaoly tho oaaia plaa Ii nrattlood bp taa aaaaiarfottora of Naaaa'a oaaaloh Blaobia* lahol. tha whr la lahol harlan koaa a?pi<<4 rorbatla, tha aaaio an I anakor oaly oifar*a4. ihto fTaod tko aakaanbora ha*a adoortiood titoaolroly la all tftnaa markota f.?? wklah tha Spaaloh lahalo ara dn*t*?*d. and la aaa laataaao, at laaat. whora tha opaidmt ariiala *aa ia!aa4o4 to ha palaod opm a aorohaat la Soath A atari'a. n waa rot mod to tha ahlrpor at hit tot aaat. and at aa oapoaaa. taa. of woro thaa tha who|? -rlotoal iaroloo prtna. Thoaa barofo' ?4 attaaiata ta 4a(ran4 tha ma*afaamrar af th* toaalao arti-lo of kiarapaiatloa a?4 liralihaod, and at tho rata# tla* to ahaat -onowaora. hp lap-otat apoa ihatfoatdoaa* ia faoat af lamn -halloa** Bia hiao. roaalra no o. mironv Bawam, tlorafor* af all Imltattoa* af i.l. Raann Blithtag. and bar aoaa hat aa-h 00 haa a faa aiaiilo . f Jaa. S. **-*' at?nataro na it. whlah la apoa arory km ?f th* (onr.la* artiol*. tad aaa ha had of all raar**tahla daalara ihraa?fcnal tha laita.! Stat**, tad fr>a th* aaaafkatarrra. JA&. S. BASON ft CO. IW North Third ttr?*t. tad If Will** *t. Th.lodolpMa. 8. IMRRffOWB RIDINQ RCROOL. NO Ml TOCRTI tttii*. op> n day and rrcalaa far Ladtaaaad Oantlaaaa. Tha raaaptioa aad draaaiac r?oai aad arhaal ara wall vanaa* aad aoafor'ahla la tha ?aat iaeUtooat waathar. fiaar* far UH.no froa 111 P. fat BaiMoa* Baa I ta f aad 7 W* ir.ft while Its dative have been performed by a email nam ber of Individual*. By a proper overhauling of this eervlee. and a jndleloue regulation of the Internal af fain of the different custom houaes. the expenses could eaeily be eonflned to the turn appropriated; bat we nut not expeet to see tueh a deeirable atate of thing* nalera Congress compete the Secretary of the Treaaury to carry out at once the provteloae of the aot of 1849. The annexed statement exhibits the earning* of the Sonth Carolina Railroad, In veeh of the past two years South Carolina Railroad. The gross receipts from the legitimate buelteee ofthe road, tor the year 1848, were...>800,073 64 Orore expenditures for 1848, were 398.802 79 Net profit* for 1848 (401271) 76 The gross receipts from the legitimate business ofthe road, for the year 1849 (892,403 18 The gross expenditures, including |an Increased amouut paid for interest on loan improperly charged te this account 483.933 74 Net profit for 1849 (428 489 4'J ?Showing an increase In the business of the road ol (92 403 10, and an increase of net profit of (27,198 G7, compared with the previous year. The balance of the Indebtedness of the company la Sat down in the auditor's tabular statement, as fnllons Liabilities $3 515 607 61 Assets 608,430 05 Showing balance of indebtedness $2,947 071 66 There are now in service thirty-six locomotives, most of them of approved construction and powerful elass and three hundred and forty-three freight and twentjr: three pai-senger ears, with forty three freight ears in progress of construction, and whloh will soon be on the _ read There has been added this year, after replacing these destroyed or worn out in service, sixty-nine box and platform, with three passenger, and one baggage ear and two passenger and four freight locomotives, at a cost of $100 424 33. There have been added to the property of the com pany since 1344, in lands and city lets. $111,006; in locomotive* and ears. $269,684; in iron and fastenings for relaying road. $211 ('20, in machinery at work shops. $6,470 ; in materials on hand, $39,699?inoreased value of property sluce consolidated, exclusive of investment in Camden branch. $638,679. Stock Eichange, $4118 (1 c S 6's 1"67 ll-'U ?? ?h* Harlem RR bTt 5l>,' 7"0 do ?'i, )8M l?H, 100 do ',) ail-* SOW Ohio 7 pet lt?K *"0 do prsf, full M-, 7i<st N York 6* lf-63 l"V 126 Long Island KK It," 10UU Kentarky ?' lul 60 Nor k Wore KR .16 1<(8) Indians state 6's 71? 110 Reading KK Lfi? 3214 1 iVTINTI&^BVWESPECTVBLI WUIMTWOMAN I " a n'uation to Cook, Wuh and Iron in a (?bImI prteat fnniili; bk? do objection to >lo Chamberwork. kk aha under I auiide both braachee perfectly. Aeepec table eltjr referono , from her lk?t plaoe. i'leue apply kt Mo. Ill Mloeaath etree Eaet. C?d be eeeu until engaged. W' ANTIU?BY A RESPECTABl.E YOl'NQ WOMAN. A (ituktion, in n private family, ter general honeework, chamberwork or waiter. No objection to tkke euro of children. The beet of inference given. Pleaaeeallat her preacat i eituetion, W Fourth avenue, up etklre. Can be eoen for two ueye WANTED?BY A RESPECTABLE YOUNG WOMAN, a situation u a good plain Cook, or aa WAihar, Irtotr, and Nean.meta. or ai Chambermaid, tiaa Waeher and Ironer; bar no otjection to waiting. Baa good city reference*. Can be aaan for two days, at W7 Broadway. WANTED-A SITUATION, BY A WELL. RBCOMI untild girl. aa Cook and Baktr la a privet* family, la a brat rate weaherand ironer, and an txperienood cook and baker. Alao, by a reepaetable girl. a actuation aa Soainatreaa and Chambermaid; tie beat of city reference can bo given; would have no objection to go a abort dlatanoo la the country. Please call at (14 avenue B. Can lie aeon fur two daya. WANTED-A SITUATION. BV A RESPECTABLE young woman aa Chambermaid and Lauadreaa Can give a recommendation froui bar laat place, where abe lived live year*. Apply at 1S7 Hotter at., rear building. Oan bo aern lor two daya. 1X7ANTED-BY AN ENGLISH WOMAN, A SITUATION " aa Wot Nurae. with a fraali breast of milk, and a good Seamatrcae. Plcaae inquire at 111 Eleventh atro-t, batweon Fir at at and avenue A. Can be aeon for two daya. WANTED-A SITUATION, BY A RESPECTABLE girl,to do ohamberwork; would like to take care of children: laa good waeher and ironer; no objection* togene' ral housework. flat g od city reference*. Call at IS# Perry atreet. Can be eeen lor two daya. WANTED-BY A RESPECTABLE WOM AN. A S1TUAtion aa Cook, and aeaiat in washing and ironing. I* > alao n gocd baker; or oan take eharge of a dairy. Would have no objertione to go n ehort diatauoe in th* country. Pleas* to call nt 29 Prince atreet, aacend floor, front room. I Can ha aeen lor two daya. WANTED -BY TWO RESPECTABLE ENGLISH young woman, aituati >n?, one a* Chambermaid and W aiter. th* otlier aa Chamoermaid aud Seamatreaa. The It at ot city refer, nor given. Please owl 1 et I lit roar of No. 5 Houston strett, First Avenue. Can be eoen for one week,if not engaged. WANTED-BY A RESPECTABLE YOUNG WOMAN, a situation, ae Chambermaid and Waiter, or to do general homework. Can be teen nt Mo. 47 Mnim atreet, Brooklyn for tno days, if not ongnged. WANTED-A SITUATION, BY A YOUNG WOMAN, aa Chambermaid and Waiter: she it a good waeher ana ironer; and hae gocd city reference. Call at 157 Mott atreet, between Broome and Grand street*, on third floor, No, 6 on the door. WANTED?BY A PROTESTANT WOMAN, A SITUAtionaaCook, Washer, and Ironer; understands making bread. Good city relerunc* given, by oalltng nt 22 Eleventh etraet. near Third avenne. WA N T E D-A SITUATION BY A RESPECTABLE young woman, a* Cook; nndaretande Iter busineea. would aaaiat in washing if required. Cnu ahow th* beat of oi'y reference, and can i e scan for two daya. Undarataada baking. Pliaee cnllat 1.16 Croaby street, in tb* renr, between WA N T E D-A SITUATION IIV A RESPECTABLE young woman, to c. ok, ?uh, ami iron, or to do the general houaewerk of a aiuall private family. Slio ii willing to make hera> II generally uieful. Apply at e'O Wnshington Itroet. Coed city reference Riven. Can be oean for two day A \MT ANTED?by A RES PACTA BLR WOEgN. A 8ITTt? atlon MCook, aud u ?illin* to aaaiat in the waihtng and ironing if required; one that uaderatande her huoiuvel in all it) hrancheo. and oan give the very boot of city reference. l'leaoe call at 311 Ninth meet, eaot of Tompking Square. Can fce aeen for two daye. W' ANTED?BY A RESPECTABLE utrl, a sitl'Arr tioa a* Chainhennaid. and to aeaiat in the w aahing and iioning. The moat unexceptionable reference oau be giten from the family ahe haa lived with for the Wat nine yeare. Pirate call at No. 10 Park Place. WANTRR-A SITUATION BY A YODNO WOEAV, aa Chambermaid, or to take care of ehihlren, or naeiat in the work of aamall family; would be willing to mako hrtaelf uaeful; can be recommended by the lady the now lire* with, l'leaat tall at No. 1" Lamartine Place, ?itb atreet, b<>tueen the Eighth and Ninth avenuea. \AT ANTE D?BT A RESPECTABLE PROTESTANT r ? girl. a aituation aa Cook. an<l to aaaiat with wnahlng and noning. beat of any refcrance given. Can ba aeen nt to McDougnl atreet. in theraar. Wanted-by two respectable knolisu I women, eituationa, one aa Cook, and the ether aa Chembe<maid and to do rowing. Can be aeen for two day* at No. Is Sixth atretic. 1 RET ANTED ? BT A RESPECTABLE PROTESTANT TT girl, a aimatiou ae Kurae or Chambermaid. She it ao- , enatowra to children, and ii willing to aaaiat la waeiunc. Beat of tily reference can be siren. Can be aeen for twe daiilf net engaged. Apply at 77 Creeby atreet. lA'ANTID-A SITUATION, TO DO TBI GENERAL TV homework for a >ntll family, la city or country, by tn Amotion. Would do tho cooking. washing, nnd Ironing, for n email family. City roUrent,* given. Call at 17 City Ball 1 Inco, in tlio rear Avert respectable young woman wants a eituation to do tho (tnoral konoawork of a private fart ily, or at Chambermaid aad to do plain cowing. la a mod plain oook, naahtr and ironrr. baa he?n two yearo aa<l oil uuntha in her laet place. The boat of city reference given. Pleaae call at N o. 198 Elm atroot, K. Y., for two dayo. AKASPECTABI.E TO! NO WOMAN WIEIIBa A B1Tuation ta a roapoctablo family. It a ttret rata oook, and uaderatanJa cocking in all iU branahoa, and la a flret rata waabar and kroner. Pleaae call at 73 Jay atroot, N. Y. Caa bo aeon for two dayo. A MAN AND W If E, WITHOUT FAMILY, WANT A ait nation aa Farmer, tho man perfectly nndorataoda farming, and hie wife ia capallo of taking earn of tho Dairy. They can coma wall rocommeaed. Add rata J. B. M , at thia office, betwoon the hoaro of lit and 3. A RESPECTABLE PROTESTANT WOMAN WANTS A aitnatitn aa Cook?oho ia a good waahcr and iroaer. Caa bo aeon for two day*. Pleaae call at 24:.' Siath avenue, la Urn roar, betwoon Fldtoonth aad Sixteenth atraeta. A SMALL SALARY WILL HE OIVENTOA LAW STUdeat who underotanda practice, and eaa write well. laqnlre at 88 Cedar at. LAW.-ANT PERSON HAT1NO A BET OF MILL'S REporte. Saadford'a Chancery Reporta, aad Donio'a BeSirta. may bear of a eaah pnrehaaor at a reaeoaable price. fifty tel. A. M., by letter, at thia ewe*. A MACHINIST. WHO HAS POUND OUT A MACHINE, or perpetual mobile, wante a partner with a email capital, to t nildiog ' no, and to take a patent of it. Ploaee to leave yoor eddreee H. II. at tho Herald -fhec. A WOMAN WANTS A SITUATION AS GOOD COOK and Baker, aad ia willing to aaeitt in waahiagead ironing. aad hae no objection to go la tbo country. The beet of eity reference eon bo given. Vleaoe apply at No. S5 Madtena atroot. eecoad floor, np a tain, back room. Caa be aeon for i tore day. Mining.-an experienced miner geologist and Engineer, who hae nerved in all tho provtneeo of Auattia aad Scrua. Turkey. Rneeie and India, aad ttudiod ia mining achonla of Praeola and Baaeny, la deetroao of being employed be an retakltched company going to California from thia city, lie hrtnto with him tho very boat roaommendationa fi r ability aad oheraoter. Addreee tho eubeertber, at fl Walker atroot, near Broadway. Dr. A. ESCKONDOEF. Eoferoaaeo, tbo molt eminent morehant houoot in thlo olty. TO BABKBS-THE ADVERTISER 1 TOUNO MAN wha ) > been S?e rearr a (uri blrrnit baker and (iitrj reek, la deetinoe of obtalalap a litoetloa la tlia aboae liaa. Plrere addreei " Baker, B< raid < tf. < . 1*0 BEECH AJfT TAlLOBS ANBCLOTHIEBB.-WANTtd--A eit?et|..a Fnnau er Saleemaa. la a wholeeale er retell aloihiat Kara, bra audita a?-.l mm (a?w dotnp haeinrre, bat aaaMa ta raallaaa tor raal f aieaar I who eaa tiae the beet af refeieaee. aad aaa lafln-ara a paed abara af trade. Addraaa I. C . But K llirald eAee, far --ae vaak. Till SITUATION or COOK 19 WANTED BT A tOUNO aamaa. wb" aadaralaada har bneiaere, aad eaa (Ira tha baat raa? aradatioae. She will ant weah r traa eateptiaa taah thtape ae pertala l" kltehaa aaa. 81.a sap ba heard or bp applteetioa In V I'alna aqaatfa. U- II I WASTED-A GENTLEMAN. WHOSE AC lantmat etmap ladiaa la rarr Maiitad. maker aaa nf thta aiaaaa to aaaara a amtai.la ronpaaioa. Ha la la hi* twaaty-wreath y?er mealy In arpaeraara. pnaeaeeor af an Irrtpt'aahabla rharar'er. a r-nd mind. a raapaatabla tdaia?! a, daeirahle lamllp aoaaiati'iaa, aad doing a raepertekle aad proktakle harineea. an whleh hia tliaa la meat wh.iUy darat*d. Ha la conddeat af hia ability ta ataha a wife happy, aad l.npaa thif irathad *IU bring ta hit anting a vail bra* aad eattable ladp. Addraaa DaNlEL B. Li KENS, Ma* T> tb Peat OSw car* af T. C. UOTCLf. IBYING HOURS. Ilttertt, H?w Taps, S? v.?S\'.VSSSs\-AW OOLCMBIA BoTtu, Cwranrr era an, ratiteiwitl SAIROI'E HOTEL. Cat.**** ataaar, Ittnaaaa TUEORT HLI BE, Ta awner rrapnr. Baero* BUST*! HOTEL. SrBAcraa. Naw Tasw. VILUlin HOTBL, tail rat PaaHataT*! Miwrnea, fiiaiaaana, D. 0. L'AM T BALL C09TLMB9. D0MIN09 AND MASKS. * fat ladiaa. gentleman aad ehlldraa.-BOOTH A On. raareatfnlly annnaar* that they are prepared with a tpleadid aaanrttaeat at the aheaa artiefea at the aid eetahhehed ana* aatalmara, BP Prlara atraet, aaar Mr. Nlble'a ealaea. ('miibm ream read aaalaalrely fnr private part laa T? BE TniSTI P PAI I. I'IEASE TAKE NoTIOBTH AT thla delithtftl and popular Ball will take plana na Thareday areamg. the 7th laataat, at Nikle'a Garden Tha arraaretrrata are af the t eat kiad b*U ae t* tb* hall Bad aaptat tonjae. and all tha other at aateraa af aaah ftwtleg aaragieae. Thr retire pr ae?da will, aa ntaal. ba derated ta nbJaeta af eharltr. wlthoat regard tn the wed at maatry af tha raetpieat. All wall- wlahera of the Tblatla Beaarnlaat Aaaartatiea, will, af t?nree, he thara. Ticketa It. ahieh will admit a Gentleman aad two Ladiea . -Baa Bill#. TB P. f"l ll'l ASM A I Mt'osir BALL. TOiTtHB W idawa gad Orrhaae Aarlaat Paad af tha Tralaraity af the State ef Naw Tark. will ha rleta at the Ay lle Sal'.na, ea Tb.nrrday earning. tha Idth laat A few Mr all pn-kegee nf tlrtet* ferrate, may Kill ha obtalaed hp the eA?err aad I *! era of l.?.4?aa. At Ra. Rfa4a a.i at JAHM HtRRIRu.OaaaA Aaaratary. riNAROUb. ?&riuui-tii it Mriiiii. wibhiro to rr- i #~,U\A/ tira, oftra aatora aa4 a rary aalaaMa iwk i7 i< . 4a. eaaatatla* ef Oaa fiataraa. Ch.aa Olaaa. I?aapa. Oiraa4olaa. At Rt.-tht etoak awonatlaa ta tha akoaa aaat. wktafc will bp takaa la pa,a>?at aa WaJ aa4 aiorwaaa. ? raal aatata. If 4atirad. j n y^ , r v g|, Woh, $20,000 W/l Waaa?. "a " ?' ra4 raal aatata ; l.tMaa.?.l...m. m u LANFI. ?OI.AII AM> n.riolarr*. crardri.IRR.* RARTit O Caa4alabraa aa4 Olraa4olaa of Cnraatiaa a waka, ?ill, , a?b*aaa4. tblaa aa4 f?14.1 aa4 aHaatM, of aaw laaifat lha f aaaa aalakaA work la tha wor!4. Alaa, a aaw atylaaf Faria* F1nl4 I aara. ?kal kora wltk jata al?tlaf to atrt*'*??i ? ?* i aaoat atayla foaatraattaa AAHRRR ROROAR, Itt W illlaaa atraat, batwaaa faltoa aa4 Aaa, oppoalta tba < harab. ORCHIL FOR rtlNCI l-ARTA. Ro t4? BROA RWA T -J aaa ratal aa4 |ka laraaat laiportatloa ia thla aoaa'rf, at fraa-k Ratkaaital.Carral Ra4aratora. at Praaajaa Uaapa, af ika 'aaaat atylaa: fraaak Oil. at >a par ?all?a ; kaat ?pana Oil.una. R OAIILOR Y1LLR. laH Piaaaa't Uaapa. | A BUSK MIGHTS* DOVUTTBIATIt-WKDNI8D1T ETENINO. FEB.6, JLktbe b*n*iit of Mr St. Lake?whoa will bo playad tho drama ity lad TUB SJEQR Of COMORN? Wabaay, Mr. St* von.; Enbouaky, Mr. Gilkort; Idaldo, Mr. Jordan; Forbiai. Mr. Mortis; louot Biynou, Mr. Arnold; Du Brano, Mr. Dana; OoBtUkjr. Mr. Winaaa; Elena* Jaiello, Mra. Jordan; Ohriatin*. Mr*. Herbert. To coaelode with th* drama of th* WANDERING JEW-Abb* DAIgnny, Mr. Jordan; Kodia. Mr. Moor*; Moroek, Mr. Araold; Abb* Gabriel. Mr. MauDoaald; Jacob** Keanec nt, Mr. Stovon*; Dagobert, Mr. Gilbert; Mad 11*. D* Cordevlll*. Mi*? Wemy**; Ro?e Bimoa, Mi*a S. D?aln; Hlanch*. Door* will op?a at half pa?t 6. CHANFEAU'R NATIONAL THEATRE.?WEDNESDAY evening, February fiih, tli* performanoe will eommenc* with the faro*of MATRIMONY?Baron do Liaburg, Mr. 0. Taylor; Clara, Mr*. H. l*h?rwood. After which, th* NAIAD QUERN?Baron *f I. rohaueen, Mr. Taylor: Rup?it, Mr. Ruuell; Baptist*. Mr. Jefferson: Naiad Queen, Mi** J. Turnhull; Id**, Mil* Loekyer; Fluvia, Mi** Charlej. To eonolud* with the fare* of th* DEAD SHOT? Oapt Cannon. Mr. C. Taylor; Mr. lleetor Timid, Mr. JetT< r?on; l.oui?a l.oretrick, Mra laherwood. Door* open at 7; periormauoe to ennitnenee el :W 9)1 e.?.. I?.. 1*U ........ L. Boxes. $A. M1TCU1LL8 OLYMPIC THEATRE.?W E DNKSDAY evening, Feb. L to oommenco with ta? drama of the DEVIL IN PARIS?Count Henry do Bcaueoli-1, Mr. Palme! ; . Miss Mary Tailor. After which. lite farce ot HYPOCHONDRIAC?James Megrim, Mr. Bland; Auaette, Miee Nickinacn. To be followed by the eatravafeHta of the SAVAGE AND THE MA I DEN?Mr. CTumtnlev, Mr. Mitchell; Miea Snevcllici. Miaa Mxrv Taylor. To oinclude with the fwrce of THE TWO M ECU AN 1 OS.-Mr. linen, Mr. Biatd; Mr Simmons, Conover; Mr. Darville. Grosvenor; Adele. Mita Nickiea> n Dreaa Circle, 50 rente; Upper Boxea, 26 tents; Pit, 11^ ntatt. Doura opew at 7 o'clock. Tabernaci.b.-grand donation concertA 1h Moaurd, with an orcheatra of forty performers, nndtr the direction of George Loder. Firat appearance of the diatinfviahed Pianist, herr Charles W ele. During the I Concert the audienee will be prevented with lour hundred and thirty faccy aruclea and works of art, amounting in value to one thonaard dollars; to be given by L. Martini, on Thursday vening. Feb. 7, lN6u. Ticketn fa I eta. each, entitling the holder ' to admission to the concert and a fair ohaiiee for one of the splendid donations Tieketa ftOete. each, to be had at the tuuaic atorea, hotele, and at the doer. Explanation,land a liat of the i donation articlea, in antall bills, to he even exhibited at Mr. I Oodoni'a inaaic atore. itlSS Broadway, erery day up to the * date ef the crncert. and at the Tabernacle en the day ol the concert from it a M. to 5 o'clock p. M. Prugrninme of the muaiial performance will be distributed on the evening of the concert. Lloora open at 6H. concert to rommenre at 7S, precisely. Allotment id the donation articlea between the Irnt and tl e second part, and the dietrihntion whilst the oreheetra will play the aecond part, a la Mutard concert. G' band FESTIVAL. -A GRAND Ml si CAL FBSTIVAL, auch aa haa lean rarely cuualled, and never excelled in thirdly, will be given at the Tabernacle, on Thursday, ike 2Sth mat., which will embrace the following popular talent, nttaebrd to tea I talian Opera, of thie city:?Signorinas I'm ill, Btrtucca, Pcrrini, Patti: Signora Rossi-Corsi; Signer* Forth I Bcneventano. Uuidi, 8an<|ntrloo, Novalli, Kessl-Corsi. Also, a full Orcheatra and Chorus, under the direotion of Max Maretiek, Esq., of tne italiun Opera, together with other talent, ! whieh. with full detaile, will be publialnd hereafter, being fur the Joint benefit of the Hebrew and German Hebrew Benevolent Societice of thl* city. Ticket! One Dollar, to be had at all the mueio stores, and at the door, on the eveaingof tha aonctrt. Franklin theatre, 175 Chatham eqdaee.Evary evening, until further notice, the gRjginal and well known "Female Minetrele," being tha oaBTuigaaiiad band of ladiea ia the world. Tbey will VaaalateiTW the hand ef "Sable Brothers." Ala* tha wendarffel ton ha ef "Female Aorsbats," who will appear la a variety of gymnastic feats.? Alio engaged, tha "Fairy Family," together with a troupe of "Claerie Female Artlitee." who will peraonate new tableaux taken from ancient and modern timee. Admiaaioa. Stage eeate 37S ota.; Bexaa Its eta.; Pit UH ?ts ; Private boxes $2. N. B ?An afternoon performance every Wedaeeday and Saturday at S o'clock. Last week in new york of oliddon'straneparent Panorama ef the N He. and Egyptian Antiqaa run Collection?Chineae Buildinge, ft.19 Broadway. Admit* ion 2ft ccnu; children half prtoe. N. B.?The curtain nee* eerp eeening *t 7S. w edneaday and Saturday atternoeual IS elouk. Doore open on* boar before each exhibition. SPKCIAL RUTlUKt. First ward.-at a meeting or tue demockatic Ward Committee beldattlie Broad afreet Uuae,laet Monday evening. Albert A. Thompei.a waa elected Chairman, and tnarlee Uaonon and 8. Kohlliepp, Scerctanea 01' the i'cminittee for the preacat year; llenry U. Byrne. Ec|.. waa elected to reprraent thia ward in the Democratic Republican Central Committee, during the obacuce of U. Charliok, Ea{.; ifctara M. O'Brien, John Seott and 8 Eohlhepp were appointed to act in concert with the delegation from thia ward to Tammany Hall, for the purpoae of draiting and pnblM hag retolntienaeiprvaaire of tneriewaof the democraoy of thia ward upon the aubject of tho Wilmot proviao. A. A. THOMPSON, Chairman. Cnaa. Gannon,) 8. liiHi.Htrr. ( Secretariat. Till MEMBERS Or PHfKNIX BOOK AND LADDER Company, No. 3, would moat reapoctfally tender tb?lr grateful lt.ai.ki to Jamea Lighlbody, Ka | , of No. IUO Cliff atreet, alao to William M. W eed, Ea<( , Aatiatant foreaaan of Engine Company No. ft, for the bountiful and timely enpply of rofreahmrnta furniehed the c- rupany, while at work at the tire la Bague atreet, February dtb, lit'd). EDO ARC. HOLLEV, Tor. man. Johh W. Canaan. Secretary. LVXCEISIOR ENGINE COMPANY NO. 2. TENDER M-J their thank* te Dr. Traphagen. Mr. Falmcr. William M. T. Weed, Vandyke A Buuley, and many ether kiad friend*, whoae <* tnry were unable to aaccrtala. far ibe liberal upply of rwfreebmeata (urnilhtd during the lire la Hague atreet, an the dtb laataat. SAMUEL P. TITUS, Foreman. Cao. C. Baaia. !i rrctary The members or first ward hose company No. D t eg leave te return their alaei re thanke te Miae Nome, el a>4 Plankton atteet, and to Mra. Light tody of ItW t litt aeeeea. for *fc?ti t. *? la ruralebiag them )o uawrmlly with rvfiMbtaeato, at the hie in Batue etreet, en Monday, the dth It at. JOSEI'll BLACK, Foremaa. iHiatif Smiim, Jr.,Secretary. ]\1 UTIUB.-T UB MEMBERS Or THE I ITIKwiN IIEJ. a DrToi< ni iuoMilui in hemay notiSed that the m?il*M ol tl>* * ?'cation. for the nAiii rear. will ? < bald at the North America* Hotel, oornor of Bayard otroot and Ml werjr; tad oleo to attend their regular monthly bmIiiil thle evening, Tebiaaryd, atT e'eloch. N. B ?It la eipeate* that all the mem bora will be preaent, a* batlneMOf iinportoneo will bo krcu?ht befora the meeting. WILLIAM WORK, Proeideat. CJI. Pi iri, Seotetary. | O. O. P.-TBE K W. GRAND LODGE OP NORTHEHN I Now fork, mill id a Spoeial Reaeua tbla evening. at I e cloak, at the room# No. SPf Broadway, for the pnrpooo of conferring the O. L. decree. Paaotaal attoadaaoe io dceired. By otder, W. II H. PRaLL, Grand Secretary 10. or o. r.-THR r. w. grand lodge or soutb e era Now York will eommrnea lta regular aewi-aaanal aoMioa thle ( Wrd-eaday I nening, at 1 o'clock, at the Grand Lodge Room. Natioaal Hall, Can el rtreet. Kepreeoatatlroa Will pleaao bo pnaciaal. By order. BRNJ. J PENT/, Oraad Secretary. OmCR BOYD'S CITY' BXPRES.s POST, NO. id WIL ham etreet.?Tho oakocriher will rcodive apolieaata for Camera daring Valentine a Week, Una day, aad dth and 7th. kotwooa tho hmro of 4 aad S P. M. None need apply katauob ae bare bad a real Irnee of R?o yearn in the eity. aad oror 21 yearo of a?e. They mult produce two oetiWBotery roforencea. bene ether need apply. It maat be aadeaotood that no applleatioa will bo received, oaooat at the boara named akora. JOHN T. BOYD. Proprietor. Notice -tiie hi ngari an repi gef.s beino nailcue to become uaetnl ritlteai of tlieir adopted reentry, and te prepare themaeleoa lor the oottlement oa the Wade a hu h the American people may groat to tbeia the ugh tho aatlca of Coagreaa, mnt el them baro alroadp determined te letrn i annuo Itadee. line wlahra to beroiao a bakur. another a carpenter, a third one a oabiaet maker, ao<l a I mrth, who kaow* oeadlery, wlihoo to bad emploi inent. Thoae American rltltena ol (aid tradaa. who ara friendly to tho llungarlana, are herewith reapectfnlly relocated to rooolro th'ee fear pertcug late tmplepineat. aad to giee early aotlae to that efltet, te LAHISLALS IJUA/.I. __ _ Bead atreet, Naw York. v ' a ewladler. who I.at repreeeated huaeelf u W H Juelta. aephe* I I H III l.aadon. lat* M C'oeareea Hal. AI hear, aad tinder tMi accused atai baa borrowed taoeey from a nam In'lit l-and. n Irieede. 7-r?n ?o each rrra?a aa W. B iaalia A. C. JOSLIM. City Uotel. Alhaay. Feb I. IMO. NOTK I - BUR) k BOGART HtVL REMOVED Dr?a 177 Bilk etreat u Wo. X >M?j?ay. H orders riRkv-MHi Hrm cfo t<> ri>i r C?bu ? Oa aad aftar Thaiaday, tht 7th af February laaa., tka rata a( fern ay a far foot peeeeacre aa tba U-bokea farry a til ka radaard to faar caata. Nr? ' KR f I I'M IMF f'ftl ET-CARI J I'ErlRVfM aaaiktt Jabaaa M. hahnin* aad AafaetSrhort pf. ? laiBMi To tba dafaadaat Auauai Rehorkepf ? Voa ara here ty enmiaeaed aid retired ta aaawer tha eomplaiat ta thlaartiea. which wae died la thdoRlcc af tlia Clark af tha City aad Caaaty af haa Verb. at tka City Ball, la aaid citf, aa tka IFth day af daaaary. IhAt1. aad ta aarra a copy af yaar aaawer ta tha aaidaaatplaiat aa tka aukaaalkrr. at tka city af N'? Tark. a III la laratr daya afiar tha aarvlaa ?f tlna aaaat aa aa yea. aiclaaira af tba day of aerh aarclrai aad If yaa fall ta aaa*ar tie aaid eospleiai withia tka tlaa aforaaald, tha plaintiff ia tliia aatioa *111 apply ta tba atari far tha relief it-a aadad ia tha raatplatat. - Dated New Tark. Jaauary J<\ IcAO. CIlAHIES HEMIC F SUITS, rUlatllfa Attorney, St IFall atraai. k'liTlfl Tar FRIIKDS or MISS MIOQII A H Jewaea ?The frteade af tha ahoya yew lad- may react aa aaary mfetmatloa reap?etia( bat. by applying ta tha Ray. M. M. laaa a. tddt ll< uataa atreet Rosa lit imfoebid that mm no wiix bi there to-day. at tha hear appelated. Did Mot get tka Beta In aeaaoa ta meet yon yaatarday. > OH BALB AID TO laBTa IJOR MALE, TO LBAMR, OR LET-THR TWO.STORT a brick hatldlag. No. Ill Tweaty-fonrtl atreat. tataeaa Riath aad feeeath araaaaa: It la Sff feet freat, ky SB feat deep, vitk III bona power Etem- daakle Boiler Bpdrm Praea, thrra Cyliadara, aad other aeofel aioehiaery, It far mannfaetnrtaa t arpeaaa. Ii will ha aold rbaap. aad lamadiaia pnaaaaai 'B aieaa. For farther partiealara. ia intra of M. IFilaoa. W tt illiam atreet, ketweea the hoara of if A. M. aad 1 P. B. N. R. the maekiaery will ke "eld aeparmte. if ra tatred. To l*r. FROM THE FIRST (If MAT NUT, THB Stare aad lever part ef Ueoea Me. Its Henatea ttraat, Ili.W. aear the I aloa Market; llhewlee, the Haeaa Mo. Kt Norfolk ttri't. Raqelre at the hall door of le.1 Hoattaa I treat. _rl Al.TRR BOIFRLU Hoi SC. NO. m TMOMFMOM ITRIIT, TO LIT. ANB tha Furaitare far eale. It will aaly ka lat to tha pereea who parahaeee the faraltera. Apply aa tka pramieaa. bat*tea tha laara ol II aad I "air II III I t R D TABI R FOR SAI.R, WITH IVRRT Til I MO If ft mi lete. made ef the keet material aad worticaaehip, callable for yrieata er pahlte see. M. H Billiard Teklaa Biadelo ardar. aad ararythtna faraiahad eaaaaatad vltb the km-aeea. N. B.?Baraiella Table far aale, with aiae hale*. larr* alia lowla, iIim( for raah. at tha Billiard Tahla Mug faatoty, Mo. MO Asa Mml IOAROINU, ? . BnAlMMO.-To\tr^M A HBST CI.ABR HoVsR wbara tharo an km a row ralaat boardart. a opaoiaaa Mrlot. with a par try attach?4. oa tha or road Boor, with fall or aattiai hoard. tattakU far atnala toat lamas. or a aaatlamaa aad>ia wlfa Ala*, a arrp haadaoat# raom for a mafia ?aa aa. at 71 Bsdiaoa moot. Tortaa madaraia. bHIOABD - To 1.17 A oa.' r ? a i <>* Aif Bn> rna adiotalar la a larro haadaomc kaaar. la Pawrth atraar, a oar Broad* ap Tha rooaiawtald ha attltahla foraaa, two. of thro* pwraoaa. aad wnald It lot oa amdarato tarma. aa tha ad- rtia.r aaraacd thaia far hiaiaclf. k*? la *bli?ad to ahaachaar*. f.milp amall Addraaa W M . thia altaa, nana* whtra aa iataraiaw aaa ha bad. *bw Bimih ?. Bar. EH * RAMI B RIPORT. ? wili BR PrBMSRRft. OM Thartdar taaralac. Pahrnar/7, R a port af tha t.'omntla l?arr af Pat?ata far tha rtar load part I.?Art* aad Maaafattara# mkraclaa tha Commloafaaar a alaora af th* < tria'a aad Proapraa af laraatloa; tho Hotora ahlaf larara of n r(|<tatlaa; Pr- poard AppllaaMoaa of tha Paraat Pand-t Pahll ratioa af fpaalftoattoaa; 1 ProparaMoa af atoaaral analatloal aad daacrlptira ladai of laraatloaa: S laatttatloa af Natloaal Prtraai tad aa tha rpopalaioa of ntnarrr: with aa ia*t<>4artioa. hp Harare Oraalar. Pn. a 17 H oaata. i, B. R/l'f iII.D CUataa QalL AMUBWJMCm*. D ROADWAY THKATBB.--R. AV MARSBALU BOLI MJ Imm.- Wadnttrda) ereDiii*. February fith. will be performed.thc comedy of tie SCHOOL rOR SCAN DAL? Sir Peter Teaile, Mr. Blake; Sir Oliter Surfaoe. Mr. Whitluy; J oaeiih Surface, Mr. i'yutt; C'barlea Suriaue, Mr. Wbaatlry; Sir Benjamin Backblta, Mr. Jordan Sir Marry, Mr. Hind; Sit Toby. Mr I.later: l.a.lv Teealr Mr. H.rr.? Mra Can. dour, Mre lilate; Maris, tin K. Hnru; Lady 9uecrw.ll, Mr*.

Hiaid. To etnclude with the drama ofTH E L AUV OF TJ E LAKE? Fitajamea, Mr. Whuatley; Roderick Dha. Mr. Liy.' t. Earl Doug)**, Mr. Fredericks; Lady Kile", Mita K. Mora; Lady Margaret, Mra. Hietd; Blauo . of Devon, Mra. Blake BURTON'S THEATRE.?W. E. Bl'RTON, PROPRIStor.? V* i dneedsy eveniug. February t'th will b? play ad lb* eomadyof THE SERUMS FAMILY?Cnarles Tarraaa, Esq., Mr. C. W. Clark*; Captain Murpky Maguira, Brougham; Frank Viucant. ft. Leach. Aaiu.adab Sleek. Burton; Lady Bowarby Creauley, Mra. Bugh'*, Mra. Charlca Torrana, Mr*. HuatalL Emm* Torrena. Miaa J. Hill; Mra Ormsby Detain*. Miaa Cbapman. To aonrliide with the oomady of THE POOR CLNTI EM AN-br Ollapod. Mr. Hadiwav: Sir Robert Bramble, Mr. Burton; Frederick Bramble Mr. Brougham; Lieut. Worthington, Mr Lvnne; Euiily Worthingtoa, Mra Kuaaoll; Hon. Miaa 1 uiretia McTab. Mra. Iluulioa. ITALIAN OPERA, A8TOR PLACE, BELOW EIOHTB. Street?Wednesday aaening. February K, will be performed Moaart'a celebrated < per* of DON UlOV AN N1 - Don UioTtnni, Siauor Beuaventano; Doona Anna, Signorina TruM; boon* Elvira, Signorina A. Pattli DnnOttavio, Signer Forti. Maeetto. Signer No villi, Laporello. Signer Sanquirteo; Berlin*. Signorina Bertucoa. Conductor and Director, Max Marataak. Leader, Herr Kreutaer. Pricea of admission-All Seat* in Box** or Parquet eacnred either for the night or eeneon. El Ml. Admiaaieu a* tha eeaning af patfor'aance? Parquet. (1 ; Amphitheatre, lift cent*. Door* op** at 7?t* temmeno* at 7)j. Benefit.?cakd?signor andsignora rosmCcrei beg leave to aunounne that they will take their Beneht oa Saturday Erenlig Feb. V. on winch oacaeien will be performed the ntet act of LL'CRKZIa BORGIA?with Sig na. Trufli. Sig'a. Ro ei-C< rn. and Sig Forti. Thoocoond *rt of I BaRIoEHF. LI ftlVIULU-with Sig'a. Koeei Or?'> fig Onidi. ftanquirioo, Nore It, and Roaci-Cnrii; and the lint act ol ANN a BOLENa? with Siguorine Bartuoca aid Pcrrini, ann Sig. Forti Subacribere dcairing to acoure their aeata, will plaatc do ao befora Saturday. Barm m s amf.rk-an mihu'm.-p. t. barncm, Manager and Proprietor?Jo n Greenwood, Jr., Assistant Manager.?Incomparable Perfnrn auocal every afternoon uud en ning t hie net k. at It and 7lpVcluck. Kntertainmunt* varied each day The Marlinetti Family, who ataud in the front rank of Pantoniiiiivte. ? hoaa grotuniue gymiiaatioa and dextrous trieka ara unrivalled. Loui* Bliilar, the talented Vnudeyillfat. Mr F. C. Wemyes, Meaara. Merritteld, Rova, Warden. Clsrk, and Hijtgius, Miaaea Stanhope, Ptntlaud, Uowlnnd. and Wear, iu atnuaing Molangaa, Lnugkabl* Sketch'*. fce, be. Half n million of Curiosities. Living Sarpenta. Mammoth Crocodile, VCax Scripture Stxtuxrv. Admieaion to tbo Mueeumand Performances, ZScanta. Children under ten yearn. IIS cent*. B ARM/MS MUSEUM, PHILADELPHIA-OPEN ALL day and evening.?Freah Novaltiea.?Mahogany Tray, frani whiih Gen. B'aahingtoa took his meals during the Haiti* at Oermantown. Mexican Trophies, Orleutal Costume*, Wax Statuary, Mermaid, Mummies Sea l.ion. M*mmoth Crocodile Scotch Uoliabx, tha timaat Dwarf in the world; Mdlle, ftpmturllc, tha modern Sybil, and 7UIOUO curiosities: naw Dissolving View*, and th* C'hromatrope. Tha gorgeous and unequalled preparations making lor CINDERELLA, not y?t op-plttrd. THE DRI'NKjKD still demanded I and will b? performed for the 5fth, f-Vth and tOth times. Dramas. MalanRM, lldologuea. Comedies, Burlettaa. Ballads, Dances, Bongs, and various comicalities. Tu nceommodate the in uun miu uooii; ?. uaini'Bov d??i? iiivc ucoq placed on the upper floor uf the leoture room. Admittance, .5 cent* -Childri'u under ID years, 12)% centi. AN I\1 KA AFTERNOON PERFORMANCE TAKES place to-day at the franklin Theetro. 175 Chatham Square, * hen a variety of ecleot eetrralomeata will be given. Door* open at 2; performance commence* at S o'olock, precisely. MIMC.-mr. LEOPOLD meyer CAN TAKE A VI* pupil* for the Piano and Violin. Terma moderate. Apply at No. IIKI Canal atreot. SB out i m; match, fuFa fine nod weighing about 4'1> pound*, will take p'ace on Thuraday, 7th inat, at one o'elrok, at I.oule Becker'* Vauahall Garden. Uoboken. 50 ebancee at fit) cent* etch. Id. B. Any kiud of rifle, whether douLle orjongle, open or covered light, may be used. BALKS BY AUOTIUM* LP. BOUGH, AUCTIONEER-WALLACE. BAKRT ft Co. will tail, thl* day, at No, 2211 Greauwieh ttreel, at II o'olock, the tlxturea of a Tea Store, consisting in part of on* Black Walnut Counter on* large Patent Coffee Mill, Solar Lamp*, two Patent Sealea, Fancy Shelving, White Oak Barrel*, he. Ac , all to lie aold without reaerve. CAL.1KOHN1A. (CALIFORNIA BXPRESS.?OFFICES OF ORKGORT'8 V Express i?New York, til' Pearl street; San Fraaoiaco, Button A Tim merman'*, and F. D. Kohler'a Mint; Sacramento City, Mceee G. Leonard A Co.'* Stor* ; Mormon laland, Conuetticut Mining and Trading Company'* Store; Cullomar or Sutter'e Mill, Meaara Little a Co.'a; O'd fry Digging* Gooding a Co. a ; Yuba River, Ree* a Reynold'* Htor*. The undersigned arrived from California in th* ln*t trip of the Fn pirc City, and he* completed errengemrnt* tor a meseetgtr to leave New York and San Frauciato. by steamers, aenn monthly, and go direct through, with messages and amall parcel*. On* will leave New York on th* 7th February, by the Empire City, and attend promptly to delivering and collecting for this Exiireae, on hi* arrival in Califuraia. JOSEPH W. GREGORY. t>M Pearl atreet. N B ?All paymtata to thia Expraaa can k* mad* in California. Lountm CO.?CALIFORNIA EXPRESS? PACEAGIS and f'nglit p, r steamers New Orleaas and Empire City, fibrur) 7th. will be r?>.i,?<i a: our of until tha -l?? of sailing, kod forwarded to ban Francisco, in oharge oik spesial maasenger. Office 88 Broadway, corner Wall street, A I.I1EAT WILLS. Acting Mannrtr. California bevoll tion. THE gold miners are adopting th# nee ef awiekeiWee ?rti ?<! ? n.a> hlnei m fx'ji they oaa cot tl. at. Paeeeagera oka procurs them kt the California Ontdkt Depot, No II Park Row. Now York, for >15; Ouickallrtr Pana. as, Gold-eitrhlar OraTircd Rariaat. ?I1K?; Gold Borere^tJ.ARNOLD BL'FFI'M. rr. HOTCBEIB8. SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA. Mm laoktad la k eapacioua warehouse and whkrf, with nArlral wktor for lighten, la prepared te noilfi ooatanaanate of marchaadtee, aad rafara to Mnaara. Jamaa R. aalar A Co.. It* Frakt (treat, Naw Fork, aad ta L. Q. Oaaaoa. A#*.. Naw Uaaan. HIPPIRO. R FAILS FOR CALIFORNIA.?POST OrFICR, new 1*1 York, February I. lido?A nail will ba rnada up at thla office,aa Thursday, the 7th instant, sinking at li M., to I ho daaoatchrd by the ataaaiar EMIMKE CITV Postage ?a kin *le let ten to Cbagrrs, AI crate. to Paaaiaa. SO oaata, Loth ol which miat ba prepaid; to California. t'l canta, which inay bo prepaid or aol. Traatioat naiaapapera moat ba prapkia ?5ooataaaok. WM. V BRaDY, Po-tmaalcr. TUI NEW TORK AND LIVERPtKII, IN I TED STATES Mail Bteanahir I'oaipaay.?Notice la hereby lirea to the atockholdera of this Coat pa ay, that an electioa will behold at the ' thee of heaere. Browa, Brothore k Co , No. Mi Wall atiwet. la tbio city, oa tl>a IZth day of Febrmary. batwaoa tho boars of IS M., aad S P. M.. for the pnrpoee of choosing Art Dl tea tore of their Company for aee year tharealtar. j a m i.s brown, R. K. COLLI N8. STEWART BROWN, Trustoea. El ISU A KIUGS, W B WETHORR. The snbsrriptiowa to tho aoch ol tha ahoaa aompaay aot yot being romilitod. tho boo ha will ramaia opaa at tho abate plaoo, till the ISth laat. UNITED STATES M A11. ST E AM EES BETWREN NEW Fork aad Lirorpce.l ?Tho abipo thio liac arc, Uto ATLANTIC, Capiaia Watt. pacific, captaia nye. ARCTIC, Captaia Laeo. ANTARCTIC, Captain Coaotook, ETUIOPIC, Capita . Thoao ahipa haviaa baaa built by aoatrart otpraaaly for gwtarntntal taralco, ovary aara haa baaa taken la tbair eenetiwetioa, aa, alae, la thtlr engines, to aaaura strength aad apood; aad thtlr accommodations for pastsngera ara uae<|<ialled dor alaoanre aad rnmfart. Prlea ol paraaga from Naw tl.irrod * aotod ba lite plain of tin mMm For freight ?r PUII|f *i pip to IDWlBD E. COLLIWS. 71 Cooth itmt, or to beowh. %' ' IPLB Y k CO , Ldo?rp?*l. Ob*of tho ihlri?( thio lit* will loll h?n-? sb Sa'ardap, tbt 17th April, aad ratara. I?<im Uoorpwol ?a W*da**dap, th* lgtb of Mop : Bod bb*<th*r will Mil h*ac* for l.lT?rpon| *b Batardap, tb* lltb at Mop. and Urtrpeol, aa W*da**dap, th* g*t' May. Oil ONLY TUIOt GH TICEET LINE FOR BAN FRAN?i*c*. rta ? 1.04m. girort, BBd tb* L'nltad Ptato* Mill StraBiir* ea tb* I'astar. t>a tbaradtp, 7th Frbraarp. For* rodaord For ralifvraia, tia Cl.agro*. Th* a*w and iploadid I B Hallatoiwihip Phi ado'pBio. l.lM>toa*h*rlh?a. will l**?* <or ( h*pr*i. dir?< t tr.ro trr d**k. pl?T N*. 4 N*rtb Rlr*r. *B Thorsdap. 7ih Fabmarp. at S a'rlr rh. P. M. Tb* Philacflphia aad Ch*r< to* or* th* oalp miorrr raaaiag dlroot toCbagno* la coatsotiaa with tb* L. B. >'**ift* Rail oaator* f. oai Paaaaa t* Boa Fraaoi*?o. I'ano***" hp th* Philadelphia will tad **mf. tt* or d B'oeamdatiaaa aaourr****d bp aap ?th*r *t?oiB?r. aad will to itiro t* *oaa**t with th* r ft. Mail *t**bi*r of Mirch at Faaaua. aad harag prwf*r*ar? orw all other*. aatit i tii aota* or bobb to rmcar* Aft?r Balooa. *alp too tortb* is ttata rooat... 11* Forward talooa. ttata ra< * ItM lower eahia N I A11 tbaator* dia* at tb* a*a* tobl* aad bar* tb* prml**' ' tb* Mlroa.1 Sto*ra?*. fooad with ?*ttr**M* and board ... raaoM* to ?? rgawciara. _ Cabia | *? 1 Stoat*f* |l*? arlp arrltoatloa l*aoe**.*rp to *oror* thr*a?h U*k*?* aad abato* *f tortb*. F*r freight *r pa***a* ipfll t* low I. a N D a ACt'lN w ol.L. a<B*atb atraat. pol CALIFORNIA. TIA CBAOREB.-NBW AND JT iplond.d *teia*hip OHIO, Jaa. F. Boh*a*b, V. 8 Na?p. ( niairiaador. Th* I'aWd Ptote* 1*11 Bt*am*bip Campaap will df*p*t>b th* OHIO *a W*d*r*dap. th* Idtb ?f F*hrwarp. t I < >loth P M fr h-r pier. foot of Warr*a *tr**t, Nnrtb Niror. for If nana. Now Orleans aad Chagro*. t*ashla*of tha Lar at f harl**r?a aad Paraaaah. Tb* ?up*rt"* *<-*am?oAaUna* ?a tb* Ohio, tad bor thoroaghlp t**tod doabla *a?iaaa af l.tati b.>ra* p*wor, tie* p****ar*n aa a**araa*o *f Mfotp aad *|**d a*4 to to f*lt?a lai*Oor ?**mI* maaia* wltb a tr.fl* oatiri*. Aa tit*ri?ac?d ?orto -a la attaohwd to th* rwwl. Throoih Tlrket* t* Pan Fru i*m Ma to t*e*i*d *a appl ratioa it: th* iflr* of th* Cratr*ap. a?r? o? BBMiar rmo trtw roaa ra caasaaa. Btalo Row Berth BlltO Btaado* Berth M Bttirag* Berth. foaad tod* aad Mnrtt* ukl* . to a*tto*> roiooet?rooaxo to * raaartara. Bt*t* E?oa> Booth IB* Btooraa*. foaad tod* tad iop*r*t? t*bl* ISO Fbox 1 ton t?f hagroo will board on *bora dnriag thaaoaliag al tb* ro?**l at Now urloaaa, 3 dap* _?<tn trruitat- Ta irareaa. re "tmii (' i? B#rtV ........ RTH |7> StutH Itnk, Nmrittiili...... M W lUftut n< f?n< u< to to Frot*ht In ( I urn mad be rr?pet4, *?4 til bill* of laAlat be ei?aed oa boar* (be eklp. f"r frelaht *r ??PIT t? V. O. ROBRRT*. > 1? (Fooiotr***. CT*A*?niP FROM rANtMA FOR PAN FRAHCIRCO. A3 I aliforala -The oew inhetaeoal taamehlp WtRT I OINT, ntl V Unit, bailt la No* Fork loot poar. e?TNotlj for ikt Panbr tre4e *111 leaae Paaoiaa. a eboaa, abaat tb* ?th *1 Varrh tad hi arrmaaiaAat* a To* aora aahla i ooo-ap.rt. *k< akeflR laare No* York hp th? 1.1th la taat. Airly to WI I.I.I A V U TOl I.B. At ?. ?. COH.INS , 74 Ronth it. FOR CALIFORNIA.?tllR FA ICR I.INi ?CI.IPPRR hip WltCPNilN. laaiKtt. auitr. *111 paattUolp oall foi Roa Fraaoiooo lino, oa Voa4ap, |o?h. Nathlaa oaa ho taira after Aetn.rfap. IRtb. Rhipporo *111 tarry 4'*a tfco lalaaoe of froieht oa4 Mat kill* of l*4iai to tb* ??o for no o tor. Frrl?M* bp tbla lla* takoa at tk* l**aa? rat**, aa4 a? Retoti'lea. B. R 0| TTON R CO , M Wan otr*?t: or JRO. (MlfiB.N. lit Noll .tr.ot l?Oi < AI.IfoRNfa f | A THR KTRAITR OF M AURt,a laa oa* Peaaaa ?The raferlnr tfaemehir COl.t IIH'R Cart J B. P*rk. *lll Mil *? > <.?*, oa T> aredap. lb* 7tb *f Fotraarp. T>. in***, Aatloao r> r ftoMimo aro ?f tb*' I 4o**r1pMaa_ A* oalp a llani*4 aiah?r aill ho takoa, opptioatlr a abaalA ho aia4o *atlp. A ooaall qneatttp of rroiaht oaa ala* ho t*k*a. T* run 'roial t or aeoeeao imly t* M ? iRBRT* ill I'-N ( Ai ' RNIA RROM.AR Pa< BRT I.INR olatpbr **A , ?*ooa|.ro for Pee Fraanoa* oaa h* lahoa ' Rrat *loo? oooaol* at ife loatat rotoo * orrfiootla* t# F V l? FOW I.RR. ft Vnt o#p *1 Alhaap it Aa A I al.rrar h*tlt (a* tee th'f will ha RtafebehaA la tf*a 4*po L' "R a* N Ihihi I Mo i AI IPOPNia. DIRiCf VI A OfloaAid fact lalllaa. ao*tp oapperoA obi* AI.R4NIA, ? Ojat. I roa.II hot laa I ho (rroo'-r part of bar rar?o >?r?'l, in haoe laatrAlehelleretoh For roiaala4?r ?( froifh1 eerlp rr'laatl. a lo aoiaaaarp Tha aklp Jehe Prrhaaa *111 eae ooR lfc? A heme. /II'1 It H. URLOAILB, Ji*M Waatfc INTELLlGENiE B? THE HAILS. Our Washington Correspondences Washington, February 4, I860. 7*ht Machinaliutii ?f Ikt Suitm DtfraUd ia tkt HouU- Tkt OntLaugkt #? Ikt Humt Dtfarlmtnl, fc. Tb. Ilou.e to- day, covered iUelf with (lory, in voting down the Wllmot-proviso resolution, of Root and(Jiddingf, of Obto ! That State of Ohio, be.ide. railing any quantity of pork. ha. prodaoed and fostered quite a number of swinish politician., with the bodies of giants and the heart, or infant., who woald remain immovable amid the wrack ot our glorious I niou so tbey might oontinue to make lard and sterine oandln. ' These gentlemen represent the puritani.m of New Kngland, fattened on aoorns?the persecuting spirit of pilgrim*, without their piety. Well, their game is now at an red and they will have to return to eober I hrlstianlty, wbioh comitate la tolerance. It it time that the spirit of faotion and lanatioism should be arretted; but it ie to be hoped that this salutary course will not only be pursued In regard to one section of the Iniou, but to both. Let us see how maay boneet, temperate men there are on both tides of Mason & Dixon's line, tlnoerely In favor of the I nion, and determined to unite in a fair, iutt, and honorable compromise, such at Southern and Northern wen may sign without appearing to be driven to it from motives which would be unworthy of them, and of their oause. Until the two sections of the Union, and their representatives in Congress. cool down to that point which will admit of independent action, without the aotors being llrst obliged to sign their political death warrants b?fore they can serve tbeir country as patriots, we shall have trouble and difficulty In disposing of the question. Once lu a condition to reasou, the whole matter will bs settled in a week The probability not is. that such a favorable condition of things will soon occur, and that common sense and patiiotirrn will Dually prevail against fanaticism and disloyalty. In the Hou-e, t? day. the onslaught on the Home Department was commenced in good earnest. It was quite clear that the parties were serious, and that their movement will be successful The members froaa .Mississippi lead 'he vau; but they will not remain long ahead of tbelr ootemporarles. The establishment ot the Home Department has done more to give force and direction to abolitionism, and to strengthen the hauds oi Governor Seward and bis clique, than anything that has been done since the agitation of the Wllmot proviso It furnished the very food on which free soiliem end abolitionism were seen to thrive since the accession of the preseut cabinet,end it has acquired a power and momentum widch threaten to destroy all the i checks and balances of our government It acts as a . sort ot police on every department and destroys their I independent action. It concentrates patronage, and 1 vests in one man a power which was formerly wisely distributed among three or tour departments It was created not s? much because of its orgaoio necessity, as to relieve ether branches of the government. It le a mere potential harlequin, dressed in the threads and flatches ot the War. Trea-ury and Navy Departments, f it be the creation of a man of talsnt, such as the late Secretary of the Treasury undoubtedly It, let us not forget that even Sir Isaac Newton, after exbaustiDg hit mighty intellect on his " rrinoipia," wrote nn essay on the Apocalypse if Sir Isaac Newton could fall into such au error, why should uot Mr. Walker, al ter bestowing so muoh labor and time on the tariff and the warehouse system, have committed a blunder in recommending the establishment of the Department of the Interior! it is copied from the organization of the centralizing government ot France; and. having grown oa a foreign soil, was bsurdly tit to be transplanted to the soli of a confederate government There is much probability of General Cast's resolutions. tc inquire into the expediency of suspending diplomatic intercourse with Austria, being lost; but substantial amendments iu favor ot the brave Huugarlans will be ottered to it by 6enat?rs Foote and Soulc, which will not be voted down so easily. Wzshiwcto*. February 4, 1850. I Ut l/f HHU UJ 1?0U Go. Houston was superseded this morning In his Intended speech on Abe slavery <iue(tion, by the bill reported by honest John Davis, from the select oommittee on the subject. " Providing for the taking of the seventh census of thel'nited 8iatea. ' TbU bill provides See. 1. That the United States Marshals shall make the aeceshary errangcn.cnte lor taking the oensus. 2. 1 ach marshal shall be sworn to do his duty 8. Provides that each marshal shall sub divide bis district into suitable sections 4 Authorirea assistants to be appointed 6. Tluv are ail to aet under the instrucUons of the Secretary ot the interior. 6 One half of the compensation to go to the aaeistaats In certain ca.-?s. 7. 1 be marshal, In taking any fee not authorized by law shall be subject to a tine ot a thousand dollars. 8. I he marshal to be responsible for his assistants. V Trovlden tor extra compensation in certain cases. 10. Assistants shall be sworn. 11 Defines their dutlss In taking the population and statistics of the census I'd. They are to make out three copies of their returns 13. Compensation to be at the rate of two cents a person of the population Uken, and ten cents a mile for travel to be calculated by multiplying the square root of the number of dwelling iicuses by the square root ol the square miles In each assistant s district. 14 Provides extra compensation for statistics I IS >eglect of duty to be subject to a fine of five , hundred dollars . au<l for a false oath, to be euhjeot to a fine of five thousand dollars and two year*' imprisonment 16. Kacb person over twenty years of age in family, shall be competent to answer the questions of the Marshals. 17 Provides for the recovery of flues. 18. < ensus matter to go free of postage IB. Officer* ol the army In the territories, to be subject to a call to and in the census 20. Secretary of ths Interior, t* provide everything ascessary for ths prosecution of the work. 21 Secretary of the interior to contract for ths printing and In dressing and arranging the work (or | ibr prei* | 32 Appropriate* for the preliminary eipen?#s of tha cmiu> $160 000 28. Provide* lor full compensation to marshals, on the r?c?lpt of satisfactory return* 34 Adopt* the table* appended. Here we com* to tta gist of the bill, and we give the lt*t of Ibe ijneatlona which the marshal* and a*ai*tant marshal* are to be required to ask of the paopla : ? *< nki'Ili i ?rata morn. Number of dwelling house*. Number of rooms In each bouse. N umber it families The oane of erery person In the family. Af e, sex. and color Profersii n or oreupatton of each person ovsi fifteen year* of age. Ownersi/l real estate. Place of blrtb At school within the past year. Persons orer twenty years who sannot read or write. Married within the past year Deaf, dumb, blind Insane or Idiotic, he.?14 questions. s< HrMLt ll.-SUIU. Number of slave owners. Name* of slates Age. sex. and color. I'iace of blrtb II a ! male, her ehlldren to be numbered N umber she ha* had. h nown to be firing. Known to be dted Liter dumb. Insane or idlotle. Particular croes of color. He mart*?13 <|ue*Uoa*. tHtei LB lit ? nnsn stent Nam* of every pereon who died during ths year ending June let le6o ? Age sex and color, re* or slave I lac* of btith. Protection or occupation. Dleeaee cr eenee of dentb I (inactions. nason* iv ? tniii rivvn. Name* af iiritta or lauru nf t. Atm laprortd itl uiiaptoftA. Hwwt. biIm u< ?w V ortlaf <?! * fellah eowt othar Mttli. Sharp and twlna < a?h valae tfltra Vain* < f all lb* lit* rtaak ii or belt of thitt ij?.' i odlan eoro bockwbaat. bar ley. oale. i rub and awaat potatoee. aad pound* of rlae. ii i|IWllUI e? MtM'i t r -i?M ir?iu rtoawcTt. Nam* al haetatr* or artlelo produced. Nan* <4 awaar or pradorer ( apltal ln??eted and perroaal aatata la builaeae Ma* notarial* ae?d '{Uaatlty. klad. ralaa. btotlta power and maablaary employed Haod* employed, malee aad frnaiea Coat of labar aiala and temal? Aaaual product klad (juaatlty. ralaa. 14 quaatioaa. ? miii u >i *< in ar*TiiTica. Namaeftowa cowaty, or rttjr. * H>al relate parrottl aatata How talaad troa ealuatloa. Tatar a lata aounty. partrh. tova, raal tat - bow paid ^ rabiu rrhoolr. colleger, aaadamlaa fraa aahoola. other ' h' r pahcc I h arrr m< aay raltad by tai for rah'flr ia>t jaar, ralrad In otbar waya, receipt# fron public funde i obi la hhrarlrr Social, collage eeadeny aad pubii* reboot llbrarlar, baa* t% hat arc tbr art pr tblt raaaoa What crop* ara rbort To what client. fnMie pea pete Wbola Lumbar Nunbar oa lat day of Jane Natlra White aod black. foreign Anruel coat tf ropportleg paaparr I rat of labor farm handa J early or moathly, aad boarded W Ithoat board l?ay latKirra with b<aid Without board tar pet. tare anger wlthant board tea.ala drrrettiee wlthb>atd Aoiafa prtea of board to a laboring nao lialigii or worrhlp N uaibar of abarrhaa Number of Cret or Ibry will acorn sedate Valaa of abarabaa. .|ii??tloar ... - . nurb 1* Ibe work rat 'III >7 Mr uorit ono ! ? mwi ctnlttor, frr th? Mir>htli mil tbdr ixliUnU, la toklrg tie r?o?u? loath-ydoU' < on a body of Ui tbcatand a,in be "IimI'I enif?lmt If aueh aa im in ?mli b? unh-di'd la II* What wtll It 0"tt' rtrrt nf all lb* newt of men vomaa. aad child la the I alted dfatee are to be gl?ea Let a* aeenme lb* population "f the I al?a at 16 000 . (*0 The nun of ererp perenn ago rag cat or ki , III lak* ?p one '?!lo? 40 llnca to a page of fooiacap paper "< joa bare kill ?4) pagee of b aaha Tho bill re<|?lree larre cople# to b? Made oat. alilcb will la. reoee tha hloake ?..r < hie one iteai to 2476000 of page* of llookt. 2 pa?ee III Uka a (beet of paper: nvaiher of >li?u 1267(00 Allow the paper aad printing In bat Ml cent* a <|iilra aad tbe -Ingle lt?ai "I taking tb? population hp name ?lll poet la hlaaka nl?ne the ruga of 26(76 At tbla rata the ptlntlt g t f the blank, nl?t.e for the taking of the cea!? Will eoel ever bam <*? nbich tbe bill prrpo-ae to p:n."e at Ibe dl-e-?tl- n of the ?eerefner of tbe Interior At ft r Ut Itbtdui I (I a ?|| Oe? *.04U<pb?d I 4 to b? oarried oat, the whole bust novo of the e?n?u? will bo o bui of unreliable eonfmlon The bill, aa U atando. i? orado ood uneatiefkctory It will require a groat doal of amendment boh.ro It con be rendered Into a practical working eyitem for the evnaua ef 1850. Tba printing woo the oubjoot of dieeurelon to day, when it looked out thot the old ayotem of farming It out to tho party prooeoo io a oebome which i* under ooaoiderotion. But tho dobato io not over yot, by any meano. Tho moot important matter to the South ia tho enumeration of all tbo people. The atatietloo propoaed would Interfore with it. They muet bo eat down and almpllllad, or the renaua, when it if taken, will be good for nothing from tho faet that a large number ot Inoompetont men must unavoidably be employed in tbo work. Trial or thcUre?(ti?in?* taw, at New OrIraiia [From the New Orleans Delta, Jen 26.] T11IK1) UAV's l'KU< HKU1NU.S. Bimuel D. Davis for plaintiff?I knew Daaiel Clark Intimately: be leit a daughter, named Vim, then living In my family. whom be olteu acknowledged e? his daughter; be elated the wee bU child before eh# vm born?always claimed and acknowledged ber as each, and manifested great atlruti. n for her; before her birth l lark requested me to make preparation# for her reception; she remained in my faindy until she married Mr Whitney; in < lark'e papere he epoke of ber as his child; in 1811, Clark requested me to go to hi* bonne, and, there, in an exeited manner, epoke ol hie difficulties growing out ol hie connection w ith U. W Coxa, of Philadelphia; he ehoeed me a schedule of ble property. ebowing a balance in hi* laeor ot about (bOO.OOO; previous to this there bad been a ooolnee* between us; in one Instance ( lark, betug about to leave bouiriana placed F2b too in iny bands, to be secured m ca?e ei any accident, lor bis daughter's benett; shortly before leaving New Orleans. Clark placed *1J boo in my haml>. to turest lor the benefit ot vtyra, I gave my note for this ami out; alter < lark's ueath t'bew and Relf brought euit and recovered agamst me In my absence; on the 27th May, 1 ta 11 tlaik wrote me from lializo, directing me to deliver au enclosed package to lieoeral Hampton end refers to certain uot-s which be expects tleneral H., as a man of honor, to pay; and in case be does, directs Cie to dispose of lbs funds as previously lurtructed; bis previous Intimations were to place the money to the best advantage t t Ins daughter Mercs interest; just beiorahi* de| arture from rmladelphta, be wrote me, dtrectlrg me to ow e ut au.v accident or misfortune, to open a tetter ad r-seed to him, sal dispose t f the contents as pierlou iy directed the letter contain* this clatir* 1 (oacc-uut iu a satisfactory manner to the person committed to your honor will I (letter rnyteU be d ine by yon where the is able to manege ber own affairs, until wbioh 1 commit tier under Otd. to your protection 1'tre latter refeir-d to as well as thai to (jeneral Hampton were return-d to Clark unopened, on bis arrival het?, lark exhibited the warmest affeotion fur .Vlyra aud frequently said he intended to leave ber all bis property, I never doubted bis sincerity; I kuow nothing oft lark's will, being absent with the army in the North, at the time of bid death; Clark bad assigned his ilayou property to Lie la Croix and Dellt-baare. In bltud confidence to seoure It lor bis daughter; he bad prevtouMv d me the same to in* before a coolnese bad arisen between us; I know ni thlng of the will, have received instructions from Clark lu regard to Myra s education: his referenda to ber as bis daughter and heir was an every day affair; she was alaays tbe subject of conversation when wa met; bis langutge was always tbe sains, but expressed with 111 (t ft KDthuiift'Rl M file hMfttlits* loom iub?r?iti?ir7 I bad not (ten (lark for uiom tbau a year before hta death; at hia lent interview with h? ohlld, U waa Impossible for an; lather to have manifested mora solicitude aud alTectlon; It wa? then ha gave me instructions about htr education; I know nothing of any will of Clark; niv re?id?no? n rhiiadelplna, I nm not eenneated with plaintiff, aud hare do iuterest in the result of thle suit, in the spring and summer of 1813, I was commanding officer at Lewlaton. Lielawarn, my intimacy with Lanlel Clark originated in Now Orleans; I commanded the ship Central Washington sixteen years, and came to New Orleans conslgnsd to Clark, In 17VV>; difficulties had then arisen between H ranee and the I nlted States; 1 had aerrsd In the hrench navy a* b'eiilinonl Jt raisseew; 1 resigned my command, returned to the I nlted States very poor, and this was my first commend. Clark lhau occupied a vary high and Influential position in New Orleans and was looked up to with great reeptct by all strangers, he treated m? with great kmdneae; my Intimacy with him ooutiaued until IMP or 1M0. whan, from some causes unknown to me, our confidence was suspended. I was not present when Myra was born; It occurred in 1H04 or isOA; i lark new spoke to me of the expense of maintaining Myra; our relations forbade such allusions; the child remainej with me. time rolled on and the child grew, and aa she giew. she gained our affections; nothing was era* aaid about ber maintenance until we were about leaving for tba North, when Clark placed the money in my hands, referred to before, to beioveeied fur her benefit; I never said or* rote anything to < lark about an) advauces for hla daughter, ha wouid have attended to such request. If I Lad hiated it; on one occasion Mr. Clark spoke to ma of a child called Caroline, thea living in New Jersey l.ouna liergnerol for plaintiff ?My age la b7, 1 reside in Opeloueas. I haw heard or the plaintiff la this suit; I know /.uliuie Nee ? arrtere mother of Myra; I knew hir lone wo. I have no nersoual kuowledce of brr ivtrru|? *ltb < lark, Mr. JkUH Dei Dang < m?rrtetl /ulnne ( errivre which proved a bigamy; his lewfil wile whom be l.ail previously married, oiar to New Orleans. be was thrown lnt> pn* <n la Now Orleans. to 1802 or 3. but escaped. aod. i believe. never raturoad t? l.nuls.ana Deli range other wife brought with her proof* of her marriage, the vtpoaura of Uorauge'o bigamy war a< toriou* la Ni? Oi leans at tha time, my liuibatd aud inyvelf were intimate with Dei .range, wn reprcachi d btui for bi* baseness; he eac*?ed btm*alf that Le bad abandoned Li* other wife aod natar int? titled ta *ee bar; Dei Dang* ?ai about tit (eet (Kaglieb), ttoul built, light complexion blue aye*; I knew Let>rati*a * laaful wife, whom he had married previouk to imps sing blmeelf in /uliiue. I hare no lotaraat is tba lull, or any connection with the partiaa. Madame s< pbie De?| *u (or plaintiff - I am 71 yaar* old and raeide at Bilon ilarrieon oounty. Mississippi; I know \l)tn< larkiinme* >a> preeent at bar birth; I ierided iu New Orieeaa ft. ui .mm to 1no7; I knew ( leik slurs 1707. and continued to be acijuaiatod with him until Ike interrupto u of trtendly relation* betaeen bim and my Oster /uliiue Nee da arrtere I* 1807, 1 know that Daniel t iara waa married, he was marrlid in i'biiad?lpbia by a atholic pneit to any sister /'uilnie Net- de i arrtare, I ?a? preeeat at this marriage, tbi* wa* In D?08 It may bare barn in 1803; it wn* ibrrtl) previous to Mr i lark's going to llarope; there wa* but nr child t this marriage tba preeent plaintiff, /ullme bad piatl u?ly married Deiiraago. Item whom she separated on amount of tk? char re of Ligamy again*t D< Luang*. wiurb he admitted, these fact* ware known. I lark mad*' proposal* to marry her, hot Lifrre hie marriage eneld be effected It wa* necessary to prove the Inialidity of the manege with Dei.reag*. my sister and myeelf went to New York to procure proofs of Dei range's previous marriage; ( lark wa* to lollow ns On our arrival la New York, we found that Ibr registry of marriage* had lieea desiroyid, < lark arrived after u*. in I'biladelpbln wn found a Mr t.ardstt* ahosaid be was present nt Do tiraege's flrvt nmrrlage; that hla wife had (?ne to I ranee, Mr ( lark then stated to my sister. " You have no inogsi any noson to refuse being m*rj|?d tome; It will however, be neeessary to keep our m?rrtage secret until I Lave obtained judicial proof of tbo nulI.''T of yonr marriage with Dei.range, they were then married. ' lark and/ullme. After this, we beard that D? I range's wife bed arrived In New Orleans; we proceeded to that cite: Del.rawee wa* senuentail tie bl|Mj fathir Aatotaa Ukl?| part Id t&a proaMttlna; ba aaa ccatlcUd tbman iat<> yriara. aboaaa ba by tba oaatvaaca of tba troramor. an] vac taken dona tba it tar by Mr I Hiat?n I > < >r,j*n<d* whan ba got lato a va*?al and Dad tba country, tbla b?pp?a?d Jaatbafora tba raaai<>a; ' lark told a* that baf<ra tbttr maritaga aould be pr<>aial?atod. /uliraa *h >uid brtig aa aaUta agataat l>at.rauga. thin tai daiayad by tba abaofa of gnraramaot but at laagth in liJd, .Va?*r? Jamo Broaa and . r?m*Dtia. a* rounaal for aty rlatar bt'iifbl pult aaaiuat (Mtraaga, la tba City t i art of Nan (lilaana alleging hi* beauty, juigtnaot aa* rendered agaiatt biin. < lark (till kept tba marriage aeorret; la IMKt be aaa elected to tba I K Senate, abtlet la Vt aehlog't a aa beard H* aaa ruartigf a Mir* < at on, aty a?*t*r omrb dt*tr?*el aod aa a*at to I'blladalybta In f>t proof of hi* niarrl*/* aa could not fln<t tb* record* and a?re told that tba pilat ubo bad performed tba maritage e*r- m<>tiy had fine to Ireland Mr ' ota told ua that ' lark aa* #3 piR'u ?? wy ri-i-r p?ia ii riuia no* o* w, (. mi r?jdl*d tkit ?k? mold Dot pro** b*r ni irit?(* wllb < lark if h* e*ot??t?d it, i lawy*r ?* teat hp ( ai*. who raid that tny rlrl*r rigid o<>t j ro?* h*r marriage and r*ad * I- liar In Kngllili from < lark to Com. tating I bat b* *** tbcut t" marry Ml?a < at< o, tb? mama** of /allot* and ( lark ? prlrat*. b*al l?a iajr*iI tP. r* *a< pr?#*nl a Mr ltnr.|?r of >*? orIran*, an lrl*b f>ntl*man (a frl*nl <1 Mr ' lark) wb"*n nam* I do not r?o"il*rt. i lark *nid h? bat lnform*d I ol Carl* I 'aiii# I t t ot* and Hlrhard Half of hl? marring*; It vaa knwwa only t< a f-w frl*n I*, I b*??ma ar<|uaiDt*d with Jiron* l?*i >raug* In KM wbra bn f?r*i man to Nov llrl?ana; h? pa?*d for a Maglo m*o| /ollm* Pod twa rhlldrrn by (NMiraiifw a b >y aal a (III. th* h< y |t*d tfe* girl lirad. h-r nam* war roll!!* and >h- atarrl*<l now barn** rb* ? ? born In 1*01, and dl> d within th* thr** yrnra part, my *l?Ur. In laod, marrtrd In I'nllndalphla Jnmaa i>nrd?tta. tb* b?u<a In nhlrb < lark and /ullm* w*r* marrlrd wnaapriratn on* r*nt*d by < lark. I d< a i r?a?ab?r tb* afloat: bd n?ar a* I *#n rrn*nlwr tb- marring* took plaaa la lM'"i or lko? ? lark ?n? ? r.ral aa*k( In l'bllad*lphla b*for* tb* uarrla?*. b* r?nialB?d in rhilad*lphtn bub a ?hort tlm* *?l*r th* n.arMag' /?! * wn* nln*t**a or tn*nty y?ar* of ag- ab*n marri-d to i lark, afuc th* mama?* w* r*?ldrd fig?tb*r In th* hotiao pro. *ld*d ft my ?t*r*r by 'lark. I ?a not ar,nalot-dl ?|i h i lark * mMbrr. I d<> aot knon of I lark Introdnatag /alia* a* hi* wlf? . *h?rtly aft*r tb* marriage. Clark w*at to I ttf'p* h* r*tnra?d to Nan Orloan* la lb* *aam*r. I lark ruml*li*<l /ollm* with a hand?mo )> u** la >** Orban* In wbloh aba and I raald*d; i lark took t*a with u? alaoot *r*ry avanlng, tbn boa** wa* n*ar th* Bayon H>ad I dnn't r*tn*abar thn nam* of tb?- <*?-' I wa* n?t In Nan Orlaana at Mark ? l.nth in 1*11' kidtlotil In thin n riu.tuta ha.l fnknn f\v beteean /uitni* and < lark, /uiini* mum dt rrtr.'d fr?M' l*ik. hollaring it to eatabilab har marrlnfe with ( lark, ah* married Wardatte W't? ( larh't death. aha llred with Oardette till hla death in last o? lk.13 hat inn tan ablldrea by him; ? lark aaa a highly honorable man (Utah to reoeat aa intuit I hare ajwaya hollared hia feeling* to my atdter vara b' ?i table bat ha *! kept from makinc tha marriage publle on acroont of the anfertnna'a atala at aflatra, ha natar laiaadi d to Impoaa upon /nlinaa. bo at bar after bar marriage with Uardetta. ao my rteter told ma. and regretted ibat tha yroaaat barrier yrorantad hi* yubltrly nekonnledglng bar aa hta wife, baring brala nelared that aha had bean aaJainniateg la tha matter* whieb Ud to their reparation. tba ehilt aa plnatd with Catonal I'aaia and wbtlai In bia aharaa n? frequently tlattad hy/nllme. ?y airier kept tho birth of My ra eeeret boeante t lark atone a naiait tba meebe Hf eetabllehiog h?r letitimnay. attar marriage to trardatta tha r< (netted of at. Irnrto petmletion to take Myta bom# hat < ol U otg-eted. any lag that aba had been talaad aa hta daughter. lookad MR to hi* ao bar parent and happy in bar Ignoranee of tha nnfottunata rirrumetaeaee nt bar birth tho mother of Myth a on raatdaa in > ? t'riaaat and taenpported by bar aon l>r Jama Oarderto; tinea l%m aha haa retidad ta Naw trrlaana thtladelphta and kroner. Rote l atl'arat for pla'nfilt* I am to my eightythiad tar end ratlde 'I ? * * b ?t n -,-? f ac'ioatntad wit* plain tit My ra about tourwoa jaagn.

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