Newspaper of The New York Herald, February 21, 1850, Page 2

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated February 21, 1850 Page 2
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NEW YORK HERALD. turthwclt cornar of Kill ton and AMMO iUi J A B K 8 QORDOI B??ll?l?i rHOrRIKTOB AND KDITOB. T?* DAILY UK R ALU, I cent* per copy?*1 per aw "THK WKKKL Y tlRRALD./or Circulation onthic Co*. Hnent, I. puhli.hed every Saturday, at-ceutl per copy. r >3 per annum; for circulation to SuroM, printed ? French aud Kn*lieh. at 6% centi per copy, or Uper an*W? DOLLAR WRRRLY HKRALD. mr? Mondau, f Ui per copy. *1 per annumi MS topic* to tlubc.tr''. ' /uLUbTAKY COKKKSPUND?NC'K, containing important muh. tolicited from any quarter oj the world; \f "> liberally paid for. f,U NUTil R taken of rniminni toMMuniciitrtn*. Wc cannot return rcjcctcd cammunuafioni. Al l. LKTTKR8 ?y mailt for ?<ibecrlptlone, or with advertiiemcn<$, tr be pott pata. or the pottage will be deducted tram the money remitted. Alt\'RkTISEMRHT8, at reatanablc privet; the proprietor not retpontMe Jor errort in manutcript. AMUSEMENT8 THIS EVENING. BOWERT THEATRE, Bowery?Eit Ca*?oi?Wrick Imoii, BROADWAY THEATRE. Uroidwky?Stitioi'i Tamilt ?OLD QIIDI and Yoi ku ULAUTD. _ BURTON'S THEATRE, Ch?mb?r? (tre?t?Dombiy ? lavlihiho uvriva. NATIONAL THEATRE, Chatham strMt?Bomk no dt Ki at-llviTKiu aku Miit k a ie or Miw Von-The i.iHillil. OLYMPIC THEATRE. Bro* <iw a Y?Si lmra Tamilt? Boon at th* 8v AN?M*<.1C iioKH. CHYSTV8 OPERA HOUSE-Emioir A* MI.XTEALSV. AMERICAN MU81UX?Amviiho Fcaro>ma*cKa, Mo. MELODEON?White's Sihliiaccia fOSIETY LI PR ARY?DK Chatillo?>'? Paiwtino O? StOCi U?U fA! MA. i?cw V ink, Thursday, KcbrnAry *41, 1HSO. The Enroptan N?wi< The steamship America, with two weeks later intelligence from Europe, is now due at Halifax, but, to the hour of our going to press, we have heard nothing of her. i>he cannot be very far off, and, in the mean time?that is, between now und the period of her arrival?we recommend that no operations in cotton, or other staples, should be made, until her news is posted on the bulletins. We believe we have been instrumental >n HtMnp many persons from being imposed upon, by our previous notices ; and we hope that this caution will be attended to generally. The State of Thing* at Walhlngton and the South. The public accounts from Washington, describing the ttate of things among the Southern members, und the condition of the public mind ail over the South, are anything but satisfactory or cheering to the friends ot this great Union, and its continual prcgree* and prosperity. But if our public accounts are cheerless, our private intelligence from reliable sources at Washington, and in other distant points of the South, is far more menacing and dangerous than ever yet has been experienced in this country, from the Revolution to the present day. The old Convention ol 17S7, which formed the present condilution, grot into the first crisis on the slavery question, which was compromised and avoided only by the wisdom and forbearance of I)r. Franklin and several other delegates. The great Missouri controversy, thirty years ago, in 1S1M-20, was n similar crisis, but Ur less daugerous and menacing than that which now threatens the Union of this great republic. California knorks for admission int? the Union, and California will undoubtedly be admitted by a majority of votes in both houses. The leading members of the Southern States are opposed to this admirnon, because it will throw the balance of power against thenr, in both houses of Congress, herealttr; but this opposition is only the beginning of the troubles which will spring from the further agitation of the eume question, in relation to the territories not yet asking for udmisMoa. The adHiiscion of v'khfornia?n grrat and wealthy addition to this Union?is, therefore, at the same niomeut, he ccmminci m? nt of a new career of commercial enterprise, and a fresh and dangerous step towards internal distension. That wonderful State is the apple of discord, that may rend this Union asunder, if prudence, discretion, and good sense, do not take the matter out oi the hands ol the politicians i.t the North and elsewhere, who alone have brought it to this extremity, and place it, for compromise and sttt'ement, in the hands of the great and wise statesmen of the day. t>n Monday, from noon to midnight, the first scene of this terrible drsma was enacted in the House of Representatives. The rest will follow, with more fearful features and developments. We are perfectly ratified, from tne intelligence we have received, that it is high time fur all the renaible daatea of tht* and other communities in the Nor:h, to look to the condition of thinga at Wu?hinuton and in the Southern State*, in refm nrr to ;he prolongation of thia I'nian The old pattiea nnd faction*, by their corruption and venaity, Imve brought about the preaent excitement in ihe public mind, which may lay the foundation to a disruption of thia great confederacy and create interminable civil war hereafter. Meeting whirl) h .vt- been attempted in thia city by wiy of rinipiomire, have only confuaed, bewildered and iD<i< a?<d the d.ultima at \V.,?hnuit?*n and elaewhtre. The fnuaticiMii on the ulavery -|ue*tion, in the Nori1, affitat'-d for the laat twenty yeara, haa brought abi ut tin* cri-ia; tile South ia now in a t<if.k *tnte of tr??-r and exntement in reference to h?r h hi it aiitution* and her equal rights lathe b* w territories; and unleaa the public mind, here ud el?i where,will abandon all other minor i**uea, and lo< k thia in the face 0|>eDly, they may hear one day, wheti they awake, the tocaln aound that aanout.c the reputation of thia great Uuloo for* ?v?r. Wake up' W?keup! T?. U ...... t. -II probability, tins dreadful scou ge of the human race, the cho!era, wh:ch csrried away thou?.uid? of victims U?t summer, will visit this city, and, prrbaps, he rest of th<* lotted States, as soon aa warm weather ha\t? t id. Indeed, it m*y be Mid that it has not yd disappeated from the country ; Ur, accorlmg to the int' lligr-nce which we are daily receiving from the South and Southwest, it till linger* in those regions, tnd ia cuus.ng more or If >a devastation amon< the people. It ia very well kiown, too, that for none time put that horrible distas' has ri-icd our own bordera ? that a v? ral | errors have died ol it on Ward's Islmd, within tli t pernd; and that at the present time there >re many under its inllu- nee, mo?t of whom will, 11 all likelihood, die It will be recollected that ihe city of London w as vieited twice by the ibslfia Ia?t si.nim>r, and that on its re-appear.ince it cotum tu d m rh more damaire th m it did on ita first visa. It seems to be one of its phi norm ri i, to dianpp'm und tb?*n revisit ib?* Meaea of its devistat < ii, 2 in ir.n aocoad appearance a greater loss ol life tiuoi it did at fust JI was so ia London, last suiiiii.er,aa well as in other plarea Th- mortality from thin cans* w??, when it first broke1 out in London, compuratmly trifling, bat afterwaNl* Ma victima *ft? ?x aal< d by tho uanda. t'nrter these r rcumstam ?a, th'tefore. an.l with tbe criti.iiJy aJamat of ir?e cholera visiting this city neat Himm- r, We tkimk it is fall tun* |,,r oorj" rate aattii riti'S to be stirrn* in the matter, mmI to enter upon sanKary se^uUtinas tb it will Ht least cur'ail its ravage#. No amitary re^ihuons were adopted laat summer, until the disease was in o?r rmd?t, ?nH the* all was bustle and confusion, so much ao, Uiat in th* end nothing efT.'tia] wia done. F?'ep establishment# were rlow d. s?tw theiaricini.' I La t it ia a matter of d? inonatrahon, that instead i f b> in* winnows to tit* heilth of a large < ity, th? > ate, m fact, conducive to it; and various s.'fcer inaoceat and harmless places of hisiaesa I were iloMd, while placet and establishment' witieh are, even in the healthiest seasons, caleM^ied to engender disease, were allowed m tit is if not poison, the at rn sphere for a circle H half rf jmiU'tr ornreaioui d them la lar*, ilw-te k was a great deal of bungling committed by the co called- sanitary committee, (unsanitary, per- 1 haps, would be a more appropriate term,) and it ia ' to be hoped that aome of the errors which they committed will not be perpetrated next summer, in case of the second visitation of the cholera, which we fear very much is very probable. What is to prevent the subject from being taken in hand at oncel A tremendous responsibility will rest < n the Corporation, if they do not make ample ar- , rangements for warding off the disease in time, for they cannot but know that there is every probability of its again devastating us. They must bear in mind, that according to all appearances, there will be a larger emigration to this port this year ihan ever, and that there will be a proportionate increase of suffering and sickness. Let them, lherelore, take time by the forelock, and adopt tanitary regulations in anticipation of the appearance of the disease. Sailing of the Steamships Hermann and Ed*oi-a.?The steamship Hermann, Capt. Crabtree, after having been thoroughly overhauled and furnished in a beautiful style, sailed at twelve o'clock yesterday, for Southampton and Bremen. The steamship Europa, Capt. Leitch, also sailed at he same hour, for Halifax and Liverpool. They took out a very large mail. Tb? Euro pa bad 43,080 letters. The Hermann ...23C47 " Total 60,736 letters. Of these, upwards of twenty thousand were received at the Port Office in this city, after nine o'clock yesterday morning. The mail from Boston did not arrive in time to go forward. Among the Europa's passengers was Col. S. A. Willoughby, bearer of despatches to U. S. Legation in Turkey, and Mr. F. L Brauns, of Baltimore, bearer of despatches to St. James and Berlin. The Europa hasf U1,!KM in specie on Ireigat. arlne Afftlri, Lai'hch of thic Ociait Qvii.i.?At half-past four o'clock to-day, weather permitting, the new ship Ocean j Queen will be launched from the yard of Messrs. Westervelt & Mackay, foot of Houston street. Atum or the SovTHtixci.?The Southerner, Capt. Berry, arrived yesterday morning from Charleston. She left that port atB o'clock on Sunday morning. At half past b o'clock on that day, Capt. B. saw the steam tliip Ohio oil the bar- the steam propeller Pilot had jutt left her. after having put the passengers and mall from Charleston on board of her. IMualral altera. Italian Om.ra Sessoji ? Movement* ro* tik Future. - The opera season, which has been an unueuallylbrUllant one. and unqualifiedly succe^ful, is soon to be closed in this city. On the ltitb inst . the annual meeting of the five years' subscriber* took plane, when the committee appointed at the preceding annual meeting, pubmitUd their report, which exhibited the affairs to be In a flourithing condition. The annexed series of resolutions tells the whole st~>ry of the past year, with admirable brevity, and It will be perceived that effort* 4re to be made to give a substantial benefit to M. Msrettek, In compliment to the distinguished ability and liberality which have characterised his management: ? Krrolwd. That tlie report of the committee be approved of ard sect [ted. ~ HetfWtd. That tbe thanks of the meeting be rives t? the rtjQiUiiitee for the faithful sud success'ill discharge of the r dut e? dirin^ the pa?t year. HreoWed. 1 l.st the neDl?ri of tbe committee of last yrir b? re-r'tcted to manase the affairs of the Opera for ins ea8' r n j?sr. hfiul\?d. Tbst that pcrtiea cf the annual report in which tt e i iniu'.t'ee nc mn ni it e reltaiias of the Oisra Bouse tn the piwentleteee, Mr. Max Mere ink, for asit year, meets ti e *i |>rut am a ef iht five years' lubsurlters. K' rolved, That lie five >?ar?- sobeeriiMrs to the Italian Oje'a, cnmldir It due to Mr Max Maretiek te express their entire and ua<)ualifted apnrohatioa of his coadnctas manager of ttc Astor Flsce (Jpera bouse. Ktiolved. 1 hat tt r seaman*- manner ia which an unpre- ( cedent, d iiumter of new oecras lists been per'-ortnad, during tbe rext n. aow dream* to a elose. is tbe be*' evidence which roulu be fiiraUhcd of Ue hi<h musical qaslittcations of the art f t> til, cti il by tbe met sser. kitilved, list the excrlleuce and superiorexeention of the < tcle?tra ssd choruets, protree the indefatigable iadut I J, I' Mi auu MKIIll/ VI [ H?A IVlilB, II1V UlUflUftl 0?l? dvctor hrrolved. It at the rreat (ratification afforded ta tha ?ob- I pi rib' * >s<l r* roe* <>f the Opera, by t*e toa??*.r. demand* from tl..?> a tubataatiai (ipiHtiim of tkei* appreoiatioa of hi* praieeworthy effort*. kti(li?4, Ibtti committee be appointed to tender to Mr. I M>i Maretnk. a con t limentarjr btBellt; audthat the aub- , ^riberi LLd i atri at rf theUpera be aollcited t > *o-operat? lib then. m n.akmg it a rnn table one. Keeolvrd 1 hat a copy of the B?e laet re*elatlna*, aliened by ; the I halm.an end eecretary of till* meetiuft, ba eaaioeei to Mr. kii Marettek. i kteoived. That the committal ba authorised Bad iaetrurtad to lake eechaUpa aa they may .ledge uiuit adviaablo ta I oertr <"it the anigeetU r* made aa to ttcuriBga bumper beb?fit for Mr Mai Marettek. We aie gratified to*tata that the arrangement* for tha out (taion are already in prcgre**. aad that they wilt ba even an Improvement upon tho*e of tbl* year AIready New ^ ork may b<a?t of having aa Opera ?h * tbeia la more juattce dona to tha comp jaer* - wber* fever interpolation* to auit the caprica* of ToeaUit* are permitted??bara the ecenery ia batter, and tha chora* batter drilled and tamrd than la London or Pari*. Small complaint* will be made by tha uninitiated, hat we bay* no ballet* between act*, or acenas from oaa opera engrafted upon thoee of another. We may well ba proud of tbe poult I on held by the lyrio drama aad 1 of ita anterprUlng conductor'* managerial taot aad muaical talent. | 1 Maw Mt*i<ai. Hili-Jikit Li*d.?The great thing new wanted In tbla olty, by the muaical publlo, if a large Mutical Hall, capable of laatlng tome 4 040 to 6,(00 and built with an eye, or an aar, to taund No proper place at prereut ealal* In New York for giving i g<'( d concert. We throw tbl* out aa a Hint t:> capltaliat*. Much a building put up in BroaJway. anywhere hataera Canal atreet and Nlblo'a, would be a great Inteetmeat, and an honor to oar ?ity. Ifeome anteipiUing p< r*on would undertake tbla at onee It 1 might be I airbed by tba lat September nast and ba chrl-tened by Jenny Llnd a< undoubtedly Baraum ' ! w< uld gladly engage it fjma flfteea to twenty nighta. * lor Let rotflfttj T 1 I Common Council* IIUAKD or AI.PkR MKT Mof<ta Morgan*. .?q.. Praaldaot. to tba rhalr. A apaclal Di-rtiM w.a h-M. laat MfDinj in ordar to taka Into cfit.|d?ration iba rap< rt of th? hotaoi I on- I milt** In ralation to aatabilabiag tb? Afiar lb* d? cuntnt t>t4 Axirrn.au Kh>k, of lb* Thlrtaanth ward Mid that ha would ooidlally aata for tta- ad pit?>? of tba raport Tb? t rotoa Aquadnet roat tba etty tbirtaan laillim* of a dollar*, tba quaatl n th-n that ccniaa up. I?, what l? lb* b>?t tan!) to adopt, I* oia*r to tal-aa aufloi-at anotitl. by It* ?al? of thi? aatrr. to pay tba Intaraat of j tbU d?bt' wbatbtr tba rata ot dutlaa fwii upon tba oo?- q tuBri*, tba nuBibart or tba o*bar* af raal r r paraonal t ?iau' Ha ?a? ot nplaiou thai It aLould fall prlnol- . pally up< n tb* nutnbar* " Aidaintan l>oi i.i . of tba Sa? nd ward, analytml Ubla y <>. coataiblag a Hat ot tba ntn rau'i an I nlaoallaaacua raiaa aud did no. aaa b-w a at?am angina cnuld barat>d b| Ita borta poaar loth matter of botal* " nd battling bouaaa which In addition to tha eharga t tor priaata laailirl arc to b? tax?d ti $1 >tob ra n ha rco?iilara<2 tha rata to ba uiiju?t at m roiaa r<-< ra? tbara at a lr?>|Urtt1) thraa ot foul ?.* il , lo othara nona at al II* w< uld mora to atrtka out that part of tba or uii.at.ic naJmi follow*:?" DitUlltrlrl, braaarlaa, b at)>ia and at'n>-cutting *ttabll"iia>anta <o<ap atid *andla lartoria*. augar b oaaa <lyara, m >rooiodr*aa*ra. tanuara ctitriara, aud ail manufacturing and otb?r bu?t- P i . .. laqutrlng a l*rga aui ply .'f watar will ha oha'j -d t, I ?r CMkatind g a i r n a M M MttMlWMMM , la jtity U'?'i diriiig th- y-ar, and to iaava It to tba ro- J4 t< u Aijuajnet Depart mtnt to oontrar ape rdtng a? " their jwt<gi??at mtgbt dram pr par. 1 ba au?nlu?-at * M ?ltb<trhWD ;>a Irajatf A luattuan ' o . ot Iba fhirtaan b warl oOD'ldarrd tba r? p- rt tobat* ha?n n.ada iu h? t in tabla K, tba boa.bar III atablaa ara lima ad at .-*6, ahlla aaary prr- ' niiUix tbat nicra tb an tan Ibuuaaad Hr-a? trarel * thu ugb tlia cliy ataty day. Aidrtaaa VtiLLaa. of tha llwaantb ward ?nn?*d aa an aiii?t>''iC'0' tba adoptl< a of labia C I if tabla K tba ' f. tBiar ball g a ci aalda labia retluoiion on tba latUr. I ' Attar a< a>? tii?cu?el? u. it wa- Ba?liy aarrled Aid-III an >? o. II. ot tl.a Thitd waid, ni >?<-d tbat tb* ! rata < f I t to MO par annum f?i pnntiag offt?*a ba tru> k cut aad tba tata l?fi at tb* dla-rail.in of tba . I u ttu W a ai ii aid a* many printu.g o,n-?? twaira Ui?. - auaoi pi aal (i >ui Vh<1 - < bic < ?d wti ii an >H| na two or tAraa bofc-aa dlatabt It ui tbaiu at.d tba ataaoi , * at ulna |a a ?>ara>t in an' 'brr ilauM. I ba atnan iiaaut ' a a- ad' ptm by a U ?? u *^< ilty /. ?ta t'4 finaitl lidailuaii W i al*<> ot raj, fiat ' tl? tlac if fl t' r aa-h i dg't.g Itw u< In b arJIog ' ki u-a ha atm< b Mil a> tb? lata would ba o^prnvlta lb ar? Ii jiff (d j 't l . I../" 'I 'MM f IB- ft?n, ?t a h ro?|ru??r p-' %y co ft i Mgft, mn? Uh> l?ft I" tft? (.Iji-I'ltun ?.f tLi CiMil II ?? 1*1 Ml n.n??<l tiiat th? i>riiuBO<t? > *iu*nU4 (< *<t< f ill I irilrd k-1? . 11>? it h# r?#>ir"'l ' > tv.? ( rut n dm.* t? r?j>rt to ibi* Uo#rd ?i taiii; ' < } 'b. I'llrtjr I f atftlxj ?|>U.'?uo-> ib !. * ? ' Ut(.i? tii* | tr? i.t by g**i?4 *?ll J h ( fti.ti n.,u M. p. t,i.. tt'hff , ?1'i> It )mi. uit r? !? <! ? in I ?' In h?r'. p-il J ' i if ih? i tot u ">v ?t*.- u ^?rf??!.? Ad.|U4 i hft *?,? (ten ft. j urr r.l to \|?ftj?f r lylit. Urrnklyn CVf lni?|ll|?iiM. ? * "** ? *i> ui n- o rlnftk. ;t lnKidn ritMtol r>ft A4?lftl !> (*, Hmm VffUft 1? '? J?ft??c? ?? ftftr* ?*rft *wt(?)fti| kr ?r? Vft** r, n.i?n>iin b; ?>mii |i?*h i??Mm tlM i*t tkf?r > ri> 11 .1 ^ ti ft. ( tf lfe?it fftihHm* it!*** uvftii ,, b> w tit kit n Viift'.H. TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. rHE EVENTsliTwASHINiTON. Highly Interesting Debate in the Senate. THE am BAT QTHBITZOff, ic, Arc , &c. Vhe Debate* in Cen|r?M~Tlte New York Venat*. The debate ia the Senate of tbe United States, yesterday, was one that will not pass unnoticed by those who are scanning with watchful attention the interesting attitudes ot our public men. Upon the consideration of the motion to refer the President's California massage to the Committee onTerritories, Mr. Clemens addressed the Senate. The tenor of his remarks was decidedly opposed to the admission of California, and his censure of the course of the administration in establishing a military governor ia that country, was urged home with the seventy that such a sytem is likely to excite in the minds of those who are opposed to the establishment of pro-consular power. Mr. Clemens, it seems to us, was unnecessarily close upon Mr. Clay's course, which has been marked throughout by a sjirit of orbearance, and hv n iiiflifimi* ration u'hirh. if not &ltO* gether suited to the wishes of every one, should entitle him to the utmost resj>ect of all parties. Ia Mr. Clay's reply to Mr. Foote, he defined the course that he had chosen to pursue, because he believed that it would bear reflection and contemplation in the future. His motives cannot be questioned, however much hiB plans (or the settlement of the great controversy may be deemed to fall short of the desired result. Certain it is, that he has poured oil upon the agitated sea of discussion, and that he has done much to bring the publie mind to serious reflection. In the report it will be sees that Mr. Cass was driven to the wall. It is evident that he is rapidly tiring of the trouble which the South has given him. Mr. Foote, who deals his blows with a ! lavish hand, sometimes strikes forcibly, as waa felt by Mr. Seward, upon whose intermeddling propensities last session there was room and scope enough for employment. lu the House of Representatives, on the State of the Union, Messrs Bay, Stevens and Iluel, spoke chiefly upon the prevailing topic, and to some extent stated the course ot action they should pursue. The telegraphic synopsis will supply a digest of their opinions. In the New York Senate, two bills of great importance have been introduced. The one is of metropolitan interest?the other directed to the overthrow of some of the most ancient and extensive estates in our borders. The promptitude with which the Health bill has been presented, will be duly appreciated here, where the city government, i under its charter, could scarcely proceed with ! those sunitaiy measures necessary to cheek the progress of malignant epidemics. It is to be hoped that the city government will soon be relieved Irom their dilemma, by the enactment of the bill. | The act for the relief of tenants holding lands under perpetual leasee, is second in interest to no bill that has been introduced to our Legislature. Many weighty consideration* are involved in the matter, and it will open a wide field for discussion, rhe examination of the whole subject neaessarily louche? great principles, and the public will watch 'he debate U|>on it with no common aviJity. I'. , will excite extraordinary discueaion anJ every hade and color of opinion. Affairs In Washington. OT R SriCIAL TKI.JwBliAI'11 IC CORRESPONDENCE Til" SIM ( rb 30 1850 Ab lnt?rf?tlr|( debate has t?k< n place In the Senate ;o day; and as will be perceive*!. tha definitive poelIra* of ItMlmi w tktt a ' reel jud(K?at may foon ba formed upon tba peat matters at Inur, so far as the action of tha upper He um is concerned Mr. Ca?s defends bis course as eonsi-tenl, and goes band In baad with Messrs Clay and Bentoa on tha California queetltn. Mr City 's remarks are producing effect throughout Washington There was something truly nobis In tba manner and ttyle of bis reply, and It wsnt hoaas to ths b<#oms cf ?at>y who aflcct not to have bean moved by It. It baa been sopprfad that Mr. Calhoun will speak to-Borrow, but of that there la sums doabt.as he Is still weak Ha will probably write out hla vlaws, and have them published. '? ""'J *wv FPVi.un?m?j?tarday-Scbroeder'a and Forward*. To-morrow th* rreMdent will go to Rlohmoad, to attend th* la j lag of the comer atone of the Wublog ton Monameat. Mr. Secretary Preatcn will aot acbla, h irrufid HtliuiviU. grrRKMK cor*T of th* i-jcitid statu. D*aal* Bod*a, of New York. Admitted. Wheelirvf. B*oa*tt* Argument oontlnaed TUlftTY'KIMT OOnUftBII. FIBfT HBMIOK. ItMU* Wimtnoro*, Fob. 20. 1850. After th* pm*ntatl' n ofacm*rout petition* Mr. D*?ia, of Mlee , fiom th* Military Commit!#*, to bom wm referred ?o much ot the Pre-td*nt ? ui-vag* it rvlated to the army, reported a bill k> ioerra** tb* aak tod til*, aad to eaeonrage tb* diaelpllaa of tb* "mj Tb* bill lor tb* ielt*f of the aaretle* of tb* ateamer alt*d State aold to the CVatral government of tieraaa;. wa? tat*a up. aad, alter di*rur*lon. pawed raitiu bill. The Mil for tb* r*ll?f of Maagle M Qaeekenboaa, nr*ty of Samuel Swartwoat. wae Uk*a up. d*bated, ad paae*d TreriMowiAi. to cert, reoa Mr. Iiwibd moved to take Bp bl* reeolutlon of In ulry aa to tk* propriety ot giving e?m? national teaimoalal to Capt. Cook, of the Brltlab bark Sarah. Br hi* gallaat aad human* ooaaaet la reecuing Uia aaeeagere aad crew of tba Caleb Urlmaha* Mr. Davie, of Mla? . defeated the motion, by laalatlag poa the order of th* day HI raiftDIKT'l Miafar.t I* ItUTIO* TO r?l tetania. The Senate rviumed the eenalderatloa of th* m?Uoa n refer the Pveeldeat * t allforala m*?aage to the < ?milttee ob Territories. Th* ladlea hating been admitted on th* B or, Mr. nana pii???d*d to a^dreee th* S*aate, He ei. r****d hli ?arprl*e a* the fcllow ferlltg which *sl*t>d rtw**a Me**r*. Beaton aad Clay lie bad h?ea mgbt to look for the time wh*a the ltoa aa<l the iDib ah<uld lie dowa log*tb*r. bnt h* bad a<>t *ip#etd to *ee the great eapuager aad th* gr*at * jiO '4iui?nt nit ?w*?t *M.v*re* together, la n*? of thta aifltng* let, he la teariy foon to balleee aay miracle. bo matter ow marv*l|oa*. He th< a pr ?eed*d to drneua* Mr. iai't re*rlntl*n*. charging htm. in tb* flrat place, lib ba?l?g r< aumltted hla own aeatloa. Bad prop.*, ug to *ot erde *v*rytblng aak*d by th* North. gle. ng to th* Seath nothing la rataro bnt tb* reaeiertioa. s l*a* turn for*. ?t f'jbta alr*? tj c >arautl*d. I* m< . t? tb* of ' aill->rata with ?r pinfi 1 oot.>ll' utl< n. No on* Mat* h*d a right i. n ui? lain tt? I Bloa. **c*jt ?< h?r klairr ftat-t ara row* Id i aMforala noil b?f?r* l>?liu a.lml:. *d itk* h*r j>r?Id iba ralm, tut tbcv that at t>< uid?> I a baT* l**n pr*?cilt>*d ai.d ma k-d hy it. ltd kit Ibtc Mt wlih n to * tx>i|iltrtn I ?atn u i.t iiuinb* r ot t a habitant* tu *ntlti# b?r t a ratio nf rfrtiflltllot 1 bta fb# bur fau*4 to do an law ban i?rrtii.a?J hi r b"Otidarl*#~ tb* tin*. plar* aad manit (I b'lolai *l*r(!? #< or tba '|D%liflratio?? of bar iita A aginary i.oT*ra?r acting uudar tb* 4ir**ii b of tha I t?*t<i*at of tb* I altril 8t*u*. had a<urp*d bt |?o**r of i fct^rami aod workrd a prijtrt of rraud id iriakrry. ??| aratl*l*4 la aoj land II* pr*l*n-d tba I I uint |,ti >i?o t<> lbl? latain"UI * b?ai* to >rau?(l* a ratr la?' tlio t d|i a ii* uinab ) r.-t<-rr*.l th* r w>?r iba inicu I'm <n tb* highway, aid t??.? him h* i ft rttntxla f rib la Ufa. to tt>* roidalgbt ?<>?**li. 11-o laib* I Mr. j tb* *nr?*r, and mi ha u <i*prir* hi hi f hi# III* Id lb* dark. Ha r>-f*ir?J to to* NorLbrra <**t>apa* daot at Utlcu* aitlft bl* f ur?* aid "aid II j >1 i ti'i) a-i?t (t?i?r hi* la *ba b* b*U*"d t?< h* ? dn'y. Tb* t< utb a*kad ?o omprml"*, th*y had igifU a b if, aod **rn alllog to abid* bj It if tb?; ra to (>' . ? k) pl*a*. all that tb* b >i>d ?*r.i>*d, ??*a Vftt?l tba? It t>? a. atr?}?4 *r.tir*ly 11 d< I a >t ii ?? that an ar.'at frh#? diMiaiua, but If ft?-*rr>al l>i?trd bm#t n ?r tW b?aufy of tb* land, tb* rttpiaai- ; III } V 11 J f.??, art auf.a to M ah.' J*r?nl*l ttlrtt j^htr t'"t i:ikd lb -fa a V>??<**r? t*4t*i.utr*g? ill-m i tu. attfct, b a*?*r. *okm bu?4j f*iar*? a?t?r tba jib st. i d*ln illrg tb?tf rlgbia at *?*r> baiard la i..-u* i a. mr i ja-* n?tt<v * > ' h* ?oui4 tat* a#?v ,?? i *i *M<b to ?(>?ak m. r* 'ei.:?alljr to Mf. clay"? * I. ttt i# ?.i c*m au?alttt4 a f*a r*ibU l? i of hla hun, iid la n|l; to mm* hImItwiIom ikltk the Itutw who prtNM his M hMpd li. Hi believed thi Wilmot proviao to hi unooaatitu tional. Hi toiliMd thit whin thi WUmot proviao via flrat propmd, hi would, without dilibmttti. hiTi voted (or It. Whoa hi wroU thi N loholaoa litter, howiTir, thi quaattoa prmnUd ltailf to hla aalnd lor l oilm (moderation of the whola iubjeot. It ?u than tbit doubta iroaa la hla mind M to thi oonititationailty of tha provlao, which inveetigation strengthened ud confirmed. Having takes ooudmI upon thla mattir, hi lild down, la hla NlihiUou litter, four poiata? Flrat?That tha peoviaoia uaoonatltutloaal Baiond- That alavery don not tlist la Mexico. Third?That It can never go than. Foarth?That tha powir if legislation upon thla quaatloa la ve?t*d la taa piopli of i territory. Thoai win hla oplnlona. and hi would aot inrltei tham to aa abstraction or apaoulatloa. Hi alluded, alao, to tha uafortuaiti poiltloa la whloh Northern aim, who oppoiad thi provlao, wira placed Tha Saaator from Alabama, who had uudirtakia to ohargi him with Inooaalatancy, and to doaouaoe hla oouraa, had aa eaay task Tha South had wrosga, It la trui, hat nom which could justify a revolution, and aoai which i revolvrtion oould rectify. Thay wiri under the Influence of excitement, with referenoe to thtaa wrong*, and tha 8enator uttered hla aattmeata here, uadar tha iaBueaoe of ixcltimint. Theaa aiatlmiata wire ehoad by hla oonititumti?the people at homi supported him-he waa a et*p ahead of thi forimoatupoa thla agitating question, and waa nwardid with applauae, and yet hi undertook to diaouan thou who were defending tha aonatltutloaal rlghta af tha paople of tha South, agaiuat a preaaura at aomi. Hi alluded alao to thi language made uaa ot by Mr Maaoa, la ad* voce tin* hla bill providing for tha recapture of fugitive lava*; that Senator, while urging upon Northern men the justloe of a meaaure whioh he advocated, deolarad that It would do no good If paaaed; that It would be worse than useleea. Such expreaaiana aa theie, anoh eonduot on the part of the Southern man, drove Sanaton frcm the Nerth to the wall. Mr. Mason, interposing, said that hia remark* were mlrandentood. He had laid that there waa no hope except in the loyalty of the people; that no law oould be made effective unleaa the people recognise their constitutional obligation*. Mr. Cis? resumed ?The gentleman'* speech had exhibited a tone ot disapprobation throughout Gentlemen bed spent much time in considering the evil which would result from disunion, and calculating which Motion waa to lose most by *uch a atep. Ha was sick of all that. That diaiolutlon would produce unheard of calamity, and be Irreparably fatal to both Motions, he was well aware, and ready to admit; but he would call upon gentlemen to ahow him the Ont of good that waa to flow from such a measure, and when that was done he would listen to it* ditcusaion Kith some sort of patience In thl* storm of paoeion and feeling, all reason seamed to have been diaoarded; but he desired now to speak out

plainly. He bed been misunderstood heretofore, but ft was not hia fault, aa if misunderstood h?r?a(ter, it should be. Tbe storm had parsed over him and borne him down?he wa* here for the lart tine, and felt, that under all the ctrcumataneea, he had a right to speak. Slavery waa an existing institution, for wbich tills generation waa not re-iponslble, and he felt that Congress had no oontrol over It. This be bad always believed, and held, but if a man did not believe, as he never did and never should, tbat slavery waa a bleaeed institution, wise, motal, and politic, he waa denounced by certain Southtru gi-ntlemen aa a fanatic. On the other hand if a Nortnnn man is not ready to put tbe bayonet to the breaat of a Southern, to free tbe negroea, and carry destruction and desolation to their tireslde-. be wa' denounced ana" Northern doughface." It waa thua that the storm paused over the Northern Representatives, and tbua tl at ihry were broken down. Could not gentlemen sea that such a course aa this was ungenerous, as it wa? impolitic' In conclusion Mr ? said, that when Mr. < Irmeaa suggested such a thing as a peacable di?a?lutlon of the I Lion, he talked of the wildest chimera ever imagined, lie hoped Unit < lod would give to the council* ol the nation more of the spirit of justice C( nciliatx n. and oonipromiee, tbat toe Union might be bound together aga'n. as ?Uh bands of iron. Mr. Cuv roee to reply to one of the remarks of tbe Senator from Alabama, Mr. Clemen*. What right bad tbat Senator to animadvert upon a conference beld between tbe 8?nator from Missouri. Mr. Bentcn. and bim ? It was very true tbat fur several yeais there did exist other than the most oordial feeling between bim and Mr Benton?that a system of con-intercourse waa established between them, if gentlemen pleased *o to call it. Some three year* ajo tb>> bad come together, having made peace with each otber. a* Mr. Llay airbed he might be able to do with all tbe world; but with respect to Intimation* of aay mutual deliberation and conalderation ef measure* proposed to be introduced, be bad to My, that there waa nothing of tbe kiad; he bad never seen or fciard anytbiog In relation to tbe bill proposed and introduced by Mr. Bentan, propoaing to reduce tbe boundarlre of Texaa, until it wa* brought into the Senate On the other band, Mr. Benton had never tten, neara or tnougoi. to iu ?? m?w, 01 mo rerlet of resolution! recently introduced bj him. What, then, bad the Senator, who had denounced their iuteroourte, to go upon? Wat he to tpeoalate upon the object of that private conference, and to Stake luoh deduction! a* eetmed to him to ha proper? He had no right to to do. and tba eon* elation showed how laoorreot hU deiuctlani ware. Ha would repeat that there was no interchange of opinion between him and Mr. Benton, at all, In relation to their raapectlee project*. It waa tiue, that at the time alluded to. they did eonTerra together upon the proper dltpotinon of anbJecte m ating (Wore the Senate, hot what right had otbera to attempt to flace a eonitruction upon their motlvea? He anil proteet agaiait aubiuitting hit prlTate loterconree to any aucb te.t at that. He waa, and had been to deeply lmprert'-d with a eente of tbe awful dangrra which menace tbe eiletence ut the government, that If tbe Senator had been hie moat bitter enemy, and bad come to him to eoneider tbe n ean* be?t calculated to retcue the common country from Impending daag< r. he would bare oounteU?4 with him, at with bit iiiend if by <> doing ht might hope to aecon>|>lith 10 detirabii- an end. Mr Clay detlrtd to tctlce one or two otber polnta to which tbe Senator bad alluded. He (Mr. I lay) had weld, that In the admiael"u of California there >ai no conoetalon from either tide:-true the North would get wbat the wanted, but It wcnld be from caunea not under the control cf i'ODgreee, and not by conceeaion It had been taid that tf receirnl with her inhibition of lavtry, lingrita would be retpontible tor It He p.eretdid to ?how that ihit wat not true but that If 1 ongreee patted lawt allowing the people of California toithte a e<a?tituti<n and erect a State. Congreea wculd then more reetottabiy beheld retpon?ibie for any act decij d upon by the people, with referene* ta tbe iattitutton of tlatery lie bad admitted that there wat trme irregularity in the action taken by t'allforcta. bat van thrra not good ground for axou*a fi r this child, winch havitirf b??o abaudoard by lt< r?lur?l parrot, bad ad< ptaa tha naar*?ary n-aaurwa for h? r own protrctii n and no* oaiaa bank a<?m, arklr g It* r.rgWcilul parent to tacataa It lot.) tba lamlly cf Siataa? Hinillar Itrrgulailtiat bid b?a nvrrlookad In tba rara of Mioblgan. notwithstanding tha nacarttUr* of h? r altua'lon wara by do maana eoannanaurata with tb??? of tba propla of tba I aclfic tha formrr bad a f?rui of g > rrrvwmt uiidrr which ?ha bad axi'tad and found Baee atid *?earit> f t yaara ? tba la'.tor wara without w or iu<aii* of |rntrrtltn. A aantliurnt had b??n raltrraUd In tba Sanata to day. wklcb far bad haard. la* toooftrn, and which h- oraar brard without a abnddtr Tba Bacata wara told that in eartala a?atlt.g? t.cy. tba South wara to taka ft rpralflc couraa ralanliMa (.f ooawjarBCf, W'u that trua Kor ona. br kn?w of no rooditlon In which m?n could ba plaord. ttbrr on tba bourdla** pralrW* of tha W rat In tba MM <f Or In a Hog wind* and laablng lory of tha ceraa rtora or in a dalibaratlaa body? aona la wbloh a moral rational arc ur.tabia bring c uld takr a ?t?p r>gaidlraa of p"na?-<joancaa It ?a* br?-a'i-r to did r?gard N??<|i?ier? tfar moat important, that ha wa* la 1 to aaka narj affort la bla powar 10 *aart tba grratoat of bua aa aaJaniitlaa a c n??q?> nc? fraught with *rll, not to hi* country aloaa, but to tha aaaaa of humanity throughout tha world Mr t'LCMKX* frpllad that ba bad aot aipacUd to baar Mr < lay daelara that it wa* right U> do wroag Ha had alwaj* undrratood that tbr proprr eanraa waa to do right liatlag tba raaponalblllty of tba act whara- . rrar It nilgbt brioag. It waa In tht? flaw that ba vindicated a caaaa. ragardlata of canaajuanca* Tba baaatorbad aakrd what right ha had to a'-maaat upon hi* cnnraa 11 r had thr ri^ht which MH|rf to aaary ir?*n.an to rrmark upon tba public acta of a public aaa Mr. Ci.it. (latarpoalng)?< artalnly hat act upoaar ptitatr lnt?rc< uraa Mr CiiMua rotitinuad at ao?a l?rgth, In rlndlca tlra r( l'* rwn eour-r in raply to Mr i a** hr aai i tt at (hr c r *tritrtl' n pot by that gratlaaan upon bla M-bf l*on l< ttar bad a* Tar hrrn put upon It by hl? own party. In tbr H'atr of Alabama a dl(tlngulah*d g*ntiriran (Mr. 1 ancry) waa raad out eftb* damoeratla party, baeana* ha put tba con*tru?tl<>n upon tbr Mrholarn lattar which tba Hmator hlmralf i?w g??a It Mr. D*<i* of Mlaatarlppl Mlcwtd drawing that ha lad rbargad tba 8anatcr firm Michigan with Inrnnviatracy lla had alwayt undarato^d bit Mohotaoa lattarjuat aa ba had aow riplainrd It, aad upoa that fTont.d ba>l rrtaaad to *upport bin tba* inaurrlag tha ranrara of hi* own political frlrada, Mr Kaoti aiada fiaa ramark* ia rlndl-aMon of bla rbrarratloa* la rrlatloa to tba latarcouraabatwraa Mr. j Brnton aad Mr. lay la tba eoaraa of hia r-marka ha mimaatrd to Mr. ( lay tlat thrra waa a..mrtlmaa aatM> Ibn g la hi* drmracar. whrn rxeltrd ia drbata wbl-h bad ikt D 'Mr? Hi> klio kllad'd to I iffMh made k> that KnMor. ?!#? ? J*r? m<>, la ahlch be ?ald that certain ac ta If peraN'ed In, would ileaclve tha 1 atr n atxl iMlhlN 10 IMMl Ml P ? nt i n at length with DOM* p< raonai remark* apoa V.r. < It/. Mr. M???rd and Mr. Beaton. Vr t i at raid a f'? w<*da la raplytoMr. Faota'a rfcatbilnitli IkUriMrM brtwi him ml Mr B?n*rtt and in tha rrutae of a few cbeartatloae, eu*|"t?d l(> bin Ihr Infrifilrl; of attempting to draw . ' dnrtlraa fr< m m.h ptlaate Intera- .iree Ha ra- I a li d?.l \ r Kotta that ha hlmaalt thla ^rnlag had r< air ctrr to him at d h?ld a loaf aoareraatlaa with him la (elation to tha difficulties which concerned tha iflalra at tha *<uatrj-and aahed bin whether It anald ?t t hare b??a unfair for aotne Northara r an to bare Imputed to tha Senator ulabcpnrable notleea itiMitiri that latertlav. It I* an avll - a political til rrelai a?ll- It la a wrcr* toward thefe wh.> ara tha > nfferere tharebjr -three wera bla opiaton*. but ha i^naritlledaltbao ran who ttooght otherwl.e la oonrlurlta hr denied all ambitlraa pr<j<at* ha ?too4. aa It wera. up<n the htmk of eternity. eipte'.ia* noon to jc. beree and owed an responsibility which ba w?? ait pT | ?r> d to ireet hera and h. tnre t?o.| it tha 9aaat?r lt?r.> Mt?-I?rt|i|.l ch'?a to ea'l htm an ah 'litl >al?t wall r.d jer d , he w. aid oilt >aj that If there ?? nay ona n av. tn the e? n mnnltr mora abueed by tbe abolltloal?t# than anether. It ??? ba. Mr. t ?*a Omar rrptlni) aald that If Mr ( lay claimid to ha the teat at ' a?d man In tha aomnaualty. ba a n?t take ettefMon (langhter) Mr I i at lurth> r d- tended bla raaniattoaa. Ha had bane illy. la iba eight at <?<>d ea<t*av> red to brlaa faraa'd a irl < r e'f ro<npioait-e for the parpoee of keapi? t tha I tit> n tf pet her la ona family. with baraioay iidett'-erd In eUftx-ttina thnt echeme. he had n?t 'irf t'n tn rehuke th? tarattca of the Nortfc for their n r?. aa well ir to ?>ll op< n tha ftovth aot to paralat tn ? ba* wr aid nnt b? ar tba 'erntinj of r- a?< n and jadg aeat Itwaa aaouib f<>r htm that bla plaa nlaetya Mat tai i>v?ala< by tba ultrniataof bulb atcU?na I Mr. Iutlki followed la exciting abeervattoa* la relation to tba attempt* heretofore made to |Iti California a government?charging that It waa not tba South. bat tba North, wblob bad abandoned bar with "K?ar!rftt ***** u-?. -. N-?. am nam against tba accuaation of Mr. Butler. Ha, aa a Nortbara man, with aeveral othere, bad voted continually. and until tba laat, In favor of tba propoaltlon wblob waa lntaadad to (Ira lawa and pro taction to California. Tba gentleman from South Carolina waa then raadj to (Ira to tba Freaident, wbo ballad from tba South, tba authority to apread ever that country every elaaa of o?oer??but now, whan tba (ama Praaldant bad bonaatly dona what seemed juat and propar, o barge* wara mad a against him of uaurnation, aneh obargaa aa should Is pal tba Senator making them, if ba bellered tbam, to aaak tba lmaaaohmant of Zaebary Tailor. Ha tben alludad to tba diatilbutlon of poiltloai honor* in California, and showed oat forcibly, that tba paopla of tba South bad not only abatad them. but thay had received nearly tba wbola of tbam. What than bad tba South to faar from tba admlialon of a State wblob bad ahowa ao strongly ita partiality for tbam? Attar aome additional oonraraation, tba further eonalderation of tba aahJect waa poatpened until Monday, and tba Senate, at a quarter before Are, adjourned. flauae of Reprcaentatlrea. Washif<;tow, Fab. SO, 1860. THE MIST ocroaiT. Mr. McLxan, from tba Committee on Commerce, reported a bill anthoridng tba Secretary of the Treasury to keep on depoalt, In tba mint of tba United Statea, two million*, instead of one million, of dollar*, to exchange for gold bullion, on wblob no dlaoount or interest shall be charged. Ha aaid that this waa neoaaaary In conaequenee of the influx from California. Good explanations were given by him. Mr. Bi bt laid It waa not praotioable to act on the DM. as It Od nov dmn printed. ana mcTta uiu it oe referred to the Committee of the Whole on the State of the Union. Disagreed to. The bill passsd. THK DEBATE OK THE rBKSIDElVT'S AKHUAL MESSAGE. Mr. Di'ek offered a reeelation that, nnleea sooner brought to conelusion, the debate on the annual message of the President, in the Committee of the Whole on the State of the Union, shall cease on Thursday, at 2 o'clock. On motion of Mr. I jot, it was laid on the table. THE STATE Or THE I'WIOI*. The House then went into Committee of the Whole on the State of the I'nion. Mr Bav, of Missouri after a few strictures on the course of the administration, said that pledgee had been broken, and nltra, instead of moderate, men appointed In the cabinet, and democrats prosoribad for their opinions. The reason of the oonfliot between the executive and Ihe legislative departments of the government, was that the people had been deceived and betrayed, and, consequently, they have so constituted the Hou*e as to prevent proper action as to slavery. The North had made war on the domestic institution of the South, and the South seek to repel the aggression He did not believe, with Mr. Brewn. of Mississippi. that slavsry was a great moral political blenMng. II it was an evil, it belonged to the S?ulh?th? North had no right to interfere. He referred to the States which have thrown obstructions in the way of recovering fugitive slaves, to show that agitation commcnced in the North and lhat the South was not responsible for it. All that the South intended was, that the people of the territories shall determine for themselves whether tlaveiy shall exist or not. This is the only piinciple on which the question can be settled, and any otter would be in direct conflict with truth and jneilce it Is the duty of government to furnish territorial governments, preparatory to admissions into tbs Colon. without interfering with those things belonging to the people themselves He hesitated not to say, that he was an advocate for the admission of California into the L'nioo as a State, and no man was consistent who advocates a different course. The South has always contended that the people have the right to determine the question of slavery for themselves lie did not belWve that any moral power could keep California out of the Union. It* admission is demanded bj public opinion e?d pablla juulce The unanlmeus rot* la the ec nvention, on the eltuM prohibiting slavery. ?u evidence to bis mind, that tbe institution cannot exist there, and be would not turn round auj occupy a petition inconslstett with the doctrine heretofore occupied by tbe democratic part/ la conclusion, be inviked tbe spirit of conciliation, and warmly expressed t injK If in lavor ot tbe preservation of the Union. .\.r SrtitRS of 1 enna , alluded to the speech of Mr. < lingman, who. he said, was selected to open the debata ot bwman bondage, and it was threatened tbat unless tbe Nrrth would submit unconditionally to the terms oftbeSoutb. the I nlon shall be dissolved. MM tbe country. but posterity would pronounce this rank treason. I n bis j udgmen t slavery was a great evil, and as statesmen and philanthropists they ought to oppose it. While he announoed his settled hostility to slavery, he would stand by the compromises of the constitution, and help to carry them into faithful effect, although, if some of the provisions were cpen tor approval, they w< uld not receive his consent, lie then entered Into an examination of the evils of slavery en sell, contrasting tbe superior condition of the whites. He was opposed to the extension ef slavery, because by eonfinlrg It to lu present limits, like a cancer, it mast be eisdicated. or It would eat eut the vitals ?f the 8?uth. Plaxry is an evil in war as In peace. The eenntry re( cognising slavery Is. la th? strict technical sense, a . despotism. The rulers of this country consist of about . niton millions of whites. The ruled oonnlst of slave*. Tt y are I ul*d by laws to which they never gave their trt>eBt The slave was stripped of every right, and V* the subject of de?peiate sway The slave* of Athens were kitus In comparison. No Northern man, either by omission er commission can be base or cowardly enough to skulk, and allow slavery to spread over one rowi. without being a traitor to liberty and recreant to | his Oed. Tbe Stulh bad too often found Northern men to be their tool*, wben wanted. Good old Penn- j sjlvanla aleays ranksd among ber representatives the ninrt sturdy slaves ; he hoped that there was not now ote accurted Acban emi Lg the representatives of tree Mr. Bi ti wld tUt ba did not Intand to i^Mk on I tba rubjact of alarary. nor to dUouaa tba dissolution of i tba 1 or a ibould lb* quaitlon avar com* up and ba t.cprd It would t. Ha tbould not b? found among tha ??cirlt-? of hi* ountiy. Ha beliarad that tha | i I i.i u r ne t to ba aod cannot ba dlwolrad Ha aaot ap a ran-lutlcn ? an amrnlinant to thoaa pending, that fODDch of tha ITaaidant'a mwafi aa r?lata* to l<r<ign allalra ba rrfarrad to tba Commlttaa on Koralgn A Call*, with liiitructlona to Inqaira wh-thar Hungary | bad not. la taat. triumphed otar Aoatria. and iilabli'hrd a <? Jjdo gorarnmrnt whan oar *p*cial agant waa i thara, at d wbathar tha I'raaldant did not dapart from tba arttlad pitlcy ot our gorrrnmant. and do rlolanea to pitnelplaa and tba wlahaa af Amailoan paopla by not rae<-gnlaing har lndapmdano*. Ha gara a hlatorr of I Hu?k*>7 and brr battla flalda. and maintained that { aha bad, ona tlnia, tba ability ta auitaln haraalf, and tha I'rarld* nt *a* eanautabla for not raoogntalng tba </ fadv gOT?ri>m?Bt. Iba commlttaa thanaro?a, and tba Ilouaa adjournal. MKW'tOHK liKUULATDRE. Alb**t, Fab. 30, 1130. riTirion*, its. Mr. liRproac, agalaat tba diract Hall road, or aonaa'idatlng tba two Railroad* now axlating batwaan Syracuaa and Roebaatar. Mr. B*ow?, of William Hamilton, of K1 a thing far authority to build dock* In ftoat of bl* land* Mr. Caow, oT Daaial Hlobard*, of Brooklyn, for a Ilka pvrpooa. Mr. B*r<o< i, of eltiiaa* of Baffalo. for authority to Iran tha cradlt of tha city to tha railroad from that alty to tba raanaylTaola star a lina. Mr. Baow*. Mann. But dam Read L ( o . and otbtr marahanta of Naw 1 ork, lor tbo rapaal of wary law*. ( r?rncn or Miliaria* rao* rata*. Mr B?*? "i *, from tha lodlalary Committaa. lntrn. ducad a bill to rapaal tba law aiamptlng tha property I r \ it fi m taiatlon Alto aa aat to provide for tba Mttlwrnt cf tba accounta of taatamaatary tru?taa*. i ratal iM at. Tba rama ante ml ttea reported a^ainat tba bill In relation to tb* Judgaa of tba Suprama I onrt of tba Stata. Thl* till ailnwod Jn-tiaea to fiotab tba buatnaaa eomu.. Bird by tbam before tbay waro alaatad aoaan Or Htai tN or new taaa. Mr Moan**. from tba aolaet commlttaa conai'ting i'i u> ooBBK'rrfiroa inv ?Ttm vioinoia qi I ori. iuln daeod tb? follo?l?| bill:? An ict li rililiti ? tbo lt?4 if HmltktfU' eitr of Ktt Ti>rk:-Tki p?*r lb? Iuh ?l flow firk nv-nnM ia 1 P.Bit* Bad iiltlkl ll. do nirl M folio*! ? (I. Tt.o B ard "f Uraith ia anl for ?><e oily of b w York > 11 boroaftor *< ootot of tbo lM*r ?f "aid elty, nd tb* n fti ( r? of lit l?Bk?i CouboU Uirwf. II. *?b ?< f?*ry t>ra< iioiai t htunan ia iho alt? of f?'?w Vuk, aboatror r. <iao*?od by tS? Ini > of flriith of ni l city. tkall report to Uio Moj-r oi >am city, at oa?k tuati, la laob I. tai ?o<l nadir onok | minn, u rach Board may pramiW-tbi at mUr of porra* attack d ?lib aay p?aul*attel ?r dotaio. or iii olkor diooa * ipocir.od bj lack B'Bfd att?a<*d ky larh |hyairna for tkott hoar* pr?<"'dia*, Bad it* aaatorof p*ro*ao ulnM kf Mri^hyiMiai *M ol.oii bat* <i(4 ia *oi4 my. duriat iho t?oai/-f*ar hoar* irnodur i?rh ttpirt. allay ib<1< (ootiloatial ?r BaUfaaat t-r ' tbft omaif. ?J 1 bo H ard cf Hoaltk (hall hur p???, wboaoror, ia lh<ir Jadca oat, the oan ?.ball ?? roaairod, ? > Mko |m *o*l?a I it>> lui din* tr balloiai*. or load ia (oil city, l? l*ap*'oi> 1 ?pitaW. d< rlr>| tbo irt'iUon > f aa tpldoai* tkar*>a. li. tbio ict (ball lakrtfool ia.in. diotoly. ritr or aaooBLV*. Mr t?oia latre lurfd an act to bbii< and ooa?oildata tb* ? trial KU r-iatlr.( to th* elty of Brooklya. Boatman Miriioat. Tb* arrual r*p< rt of tb* Morlbvra L>l?p*a?arj of tba eily of .> ? Yotb ?ai nr?lrM it* iobb *kd *lir itaaoti). Vr Jcm*o.>i? gat* actio* lhat bo wrald. it la firly ' a y. a > k Irar* t<> ii tr< doe* a alii to romp'I tha N*a \ crk and I rlo Rulroad t ompany to pay V>il apoa litl.lt tiai 'p rtrd oi Hid r ad. iiitikt inniini. Mr P?n a<*. of a bill t i retrain dlftrla*. ittoraayi frr ia ptaelifirg li atoll pro?. -dlagt la aarUla tun. rnaimiT a? rotlklVI. Tba Santa diro*t*d that tha larlaat portrait af Ch>lrtotb<r t oluaba*. abieb If ia tb* iita-nwai cf tb* Sonata f banter. fboald b* plae*d la tb* ftoaat* lba?brr1t'*tr aftrl boiag eloaaad. Tbla portrait la of inat anilfjuliy It aa* gi**n to tb* ft*aata la I'M by fcra %.aiii Uriaar. *!* ? Yt?k ?ity. ab<? ftatod if it It bad ho*a la bar faun y for Mor* thai tao baadrid )< *rf at.4 ?a> taboa from aa orlflaal. la 1117 It ?ai btonpht Iron Ni* Vatb by ordor of tba Saaata. It aa* paititid oa l paaol. nc aaiLaoaa. Tba let diroetlrf tba r.ila Hailrrad < am pany to la. rat* tb*ir roata o?t of Hora?U?rlll*, tbroogh eorkua ifrrifl'd ffannla* ittarangao conaty. ??? a<ala road l ti ltd t!ar, II ba?lBf. laotorday, b**a loot led ra onldond ae4ltpa*fad r*rol<lo( IT ?ota?. atvn * ??, Tb* bill apptoprlitiag 110 no for tba Imiaadiata a<c?Mltli* of tb* Rlif 9iag rr!?> a |?<oad. irrinrmiiiiM atn at*. lb? bill ar^rcpniUas aoa-y la pay far prUtlag aid tfid?j ttid % f air bat liter li do ng Plil|iplii| lntrll)gfnff? 1. H tel., MTofkl" ** lL _. w?*n.% r.? i& IMow- ? ???? tlMM, fr*B ? ' (>?; kr tiam, IMT T?k. . .. ? Fii?tifitn, j Anl?t4???k? E**)*, Brookj* Jl? f?t Ap*i*?k>c I **?-*?, n.*. *** I Cl??f 4-*? ifw T\? W All r. J! ??" r[m*fk. J * ' ? ?* Thuoa* *?? it <:?*,, Jmi| l? fl ??*?, th?rl. > ??; h i,M "?rM. Willntn*. i?tn Unwa, Itl?ha3?4; fl mI lnuill|fncti I A Mil ha* b? ? lntro4o??4 la tk? I ?lnl?tar* of Bj I cnU??r>? to I-* tl.a 9m)nv%t of Ife* MftUN "I f > m I I A I > I fl. I other IIJIMM of IHIHBWt, rilM tbo >WMW Mil of the laat l?Nl7?tr, MtMital tbo Senate weal Into aoafideratlon of Um Mil aatltlad h Ml t? the relief of UiuU h?Uta( laada mate iwrtiil 1mm la (Ui State. i 1. Mo nan or other awu 4a*. or hereafter to beeeao *? , oa aay 1mm or other ehuaattea. oboti fco oollMtod. or ia oaj way oaforoed, by aay loailord or loo4lotto. 4 oikot pereoae clala>io? title 10 load*, la aay oaoo. apea aay maaer or traot of loud wlthia thli 8 to to, wboro the AMoraoy. Goaoral, uader a Jeiat rooolnlioa of the Soaate aad ioMob'y, id op tod April ?. DMA. boo commenced, or may hereafter commoaoo, a oait for oay portion of eneh Moot or Maoi ot laad, uatil tb? Baal dotenalaetlea of aeeh cult. oednea-permoat of root, or othor moaey, ia rack com. oholl aot opeoeto M a forfcituro of tho loooo, or otbor contract. hold ender tbo raid landlord or laadlerde. or othor porooa olaiaiac ttdo *? Mid auor or tract of laad. Mr. Mann oppoeed tbo Mil, h< arptd ttat It waa utterly uneonetltutlonal, aa providing tot a nwpliti violation of tbo obligation of eoatraaU. 1U arorW lioni would work wfda-epraad mleehier It afeat*4 not oaly tbo Van Konoaolaor manor bat the faltaoy otato. tbo Trinity Cburoh property, and all property wbero aay man algbt qaootloa the tlUe. It liiliiil all obligation*, na matter bow loa? a title Might bare bean nndleturbed. and la M?a of tba Maaora, UUa ! bad bean nndlttarbed aad quia! for 300 yearn. Tble law swept over All. It ?h direct TtoUUoaoftto constitution of the L'nitad SUtM. ui he eallad om Senators to remember tbs oath vkltk they had Ukw to rapport that constitution. He uktd Uwn to TtU ob this question on It* merits, without nay ntfuwa* influences No question iu taken. Mid the Senate adjourned Aiuu, Feb. 90, 1M0. rXTITIOHS BECEITID AND ?Er>BBCO. By Mr. Atebv, against the sale of intoxloatlng Mikf. Mr. Biiwu, Mr. BisHor, Mr. Oiiik, and Mr. L. W. Smith, the nine. Mr. Little, (2,) against the reduotlon of Mis on fcr?lgn salt. Mr. BiiHor, the ftame. Mr RoHiFiiioit, for a board of examlaars for theHahae mann Academy of Medicine. Mr. Hicxs. (6 ) Mr. Bbkwste*, (12,) foe tk? repaal of the new school law. Mr. Busaei ohs, of Joseph In graham, wader oath, charging Canal Commissioner Him with oMal misconduct The petition was read. Mr. Bubboighs said that tha charges should be examined into, and moved the appolntmeat of a select committee for that parpoaa, believing that also to ha the wish of tha Canal Commissioner Mr. Oilbebt moved its reference to tha Committer on Canals, to report their opinion as to the propriety of an Investigation. The whole subject was laid on the table. Mr. McLeaw?That tha Agricultural College ha attached te the Genesea College. MM Tha annual report of the Amerioaa Institute wa< received. The motion of Mr. Raimoko. to print thirty tlmn* the usual number of this report, was referred to tha Printing Committee. Mr. Di-aiiino. a bill to provide for the baildlng of a. eourt house in tba county of Steuben; also, a bill regulating aai-esMnents cf tats*. Mr. TotMt>D, a bill to amend aa act providing for the expense of government; also, a hill la relation tc< the Court of Appeal* and suitors therein; also, to prevent the printing and circalatlon of shop bills In slssllltnile of bank tills. Mr Boltea. a bill with amendments, making appropriation lor support of esrtain hospitals In part On motion of Mr. Kisxe. a bill to authorise tha city of Brooklyn to borrow money, was referred to tha delegation from Kings oounty. to report oompleta. Mr. bowjs. a bill for the division of the Twelfth ward ot the city of New York; also, a bill to alter map of the oity of New York, laying out thereon a plaoe known as Stnyvesant Place. the w00dwobth ratxwt. Mr L. W Smith called for the consideration of tha resolution from the Senate relative to the Wood worth patent. [Thle rreolution we publlthed mm day* icce.] After debate they were concurred in. Aye* 79?bom 6. ivrRormtfT or (ante* aivr.a. The Hodm then went into Committee of the Whol? on the bill for the Improvement ot Seneen River at Baldwln*viUe-.Mr. Rayaond in the chair?and continued therein till tbe hour of adjournment, when the Houeo reeolved to take a receee till 4 P.M , for the pu> poee of the consideration of tbe above bill. Later from Vhafiei and Panaaa< Baltimom:, Feb. 30?9 P. M. One Southern mail ha* cob* to hand, bat the l*ta*t 1* (till due. By tbe New Orleaai paper* we learn that the eohoonar Clarion had arrived at that port, with adrtoee from Cbagree to the let I nit. Thai* were no veaaeli at Chagrta when ahe loft. The ahip Marianna. bark* John W. Coffln. and Anna, and the ateaaer Teninm, had arrived at Panama with paaeenger* from San KrancUeo. The A'rw OrUmni Btt learna. by priiata letter, that there had bees an attempt to get up an inaurrectlon at Cnidad Victoria, in Tama all pa*. Tha Governor wa? attacked by a force of twenty man, and, after a aklr| miah. in whlah **veral men wet* kUled and wounded, j hla excellency waa made prisoner. Tbe next day Lore nto da Cortina leaned a proclamation auouclif tha depoeitlon of the Governor, and convoking tha Legislature for a trial. LaUr from Santa Ke. Sr. Loria, February IS, 185V. We have advice* from Santa F4 to the let of February. The qaeatluu of a teriltorial or State government waa being warmly contested; beyond which, there ww no other nawi of Importance. News from Ptrnambaco, laum, Man , Kebruary 20.1860. By an arrival at thia port, wo have reoeived advlcee from rernanibuco to the 22d of January. Several death* from yellow fever had recently occurred among tha ihipf lag, cau-itg cenddtrable alarm at Bah la, where It flr*t appealed, having been brought thera by alavaa* Tbe mortality I* repreeented a* frightful, and unlet* it *oon dirapi tare It will lerionfly cheek buaineee and prevent puduce from c< ming to the city. Tbe rebellion In tbe interior I* ?tlll unauppreeead. Fatal Kiploalon. Sr. Loi n, Feb. 18, 1880. On Saturday afternoon the builer In tha exteaair* wagrnand plow faotory of H. A. Wlltbeck, at thleago, eipltded; killing Mr. Lunar, the enginear, and tericufly wounding four otbare; among whom wna Mr. Wlltbeck A portion of the walia of tbe building were drmollebed by the force of tbe eiploaion, which waa cauned by tbe pumpiag of aold water Into the boiler when dry. Tha Wilmot Pml*e>Pne at CamkiMm Park. Boetov, Feb. 30,1880. Tbe ArewUirea. (free eoil) of thle morninr. aave that. at a private Bf.ttDf b*ld latbUclty. k; (h? bt ?hc (If* dlr?etloo to flair*, It baa baaa d?eld? J to abaado* tba Wllmft pro*l*o. Tba ?tabl* ft Mr. 8bl?lda. la dd'ambrtdga. BMr tb* 'rottli| park. ?u la*t night togttbar with Ita a^nUoU, iDelcdlc | two b< r?r? and a aaw, d-*?roy*d by In. Tba bct*l of Hlraai Woodruff vac. at oaa tla* la Ir?at daacr. A portion of tba fraea arouad tba track wa* eCBfUBltd. Catl?n f-actorjr liumt. R'cNManp, Va., Fab. 10,1W. Tba Planter*' eottoa factory, at tbla plaea. wa* da troyrd by fir* today. It *a* luaarad for $40 000. I ..? C( 0 uf atlrb nt la tb* Ila> U< rd Dona DM baadc bar* bfra thrown oat af am ploy by tbla calamity art Oral ha fraai Cfeairaal Pamaa. Noai 01 a. Va . Fab II, ISM. t.wrr* Wcod. mata of tba brig H-nry Wood* aad a bry L?m*d fbcmaa f. Braat, wara Mb ?afTnaa~d o* boa id tba ?a*a?l y**t?rday, by tba boral^k * abaraoal a bar* tbay w?ta Tlia Rtltlak li*a?rr ralron. H*nr*i,N S F*b ft), 1M9 [RT lUtw'O TH.FOtAI'H I Tba *t*aarr > aleoa. ah at wbn?a *afa?y *c.a* oa raalaaa* waa ft It. ha# ja?t arrived ha?lp< baaa datalatd to rapair damage ablab bar macbiaary bad taatalaad Tba ttaawblp Amariaa I* aot la alfht. Edwin Farraat. H*aai*? ?o, Pa, Fab SO, 1M0 Fdala Forr*?t tba tra f Jlan arn??d harr to day Tba abjeat af bla ?l??l<a. It I* raid, la tba p*Mtl<>alaf: tbt L*f lalatvra frr a dirrroa frrm bl* wUr. ?i?M-k Kirto*n(r, bn^Toa. kibruary M>-4 r M. At tb? m?' r>d b ?rd. today. 3W ?bar?* (leading Railroad wara if Id at i?',, b 1 mo*. Markata. Itu.MMr. K*k M-IIM. T>.. ir.rk.t. ... .1.1 t ? ? I

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