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

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated August 21, 1850 Page 2
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NEW YORK HERALD.! JJIMF" O O It 1> O * BENHSTTt PROPRIETOR AND EDITOR. PK1CK N W. COR.VKK OF Ft'LTON AND NASSAU 8T8. TBK DAILY HkMALD, 1\ cnUt prr cofy?tl pir amnum. TWb H'fc'AJill HERALD.tPtry Stluril.i yf at emit per i ton, 01 (3 p?r tirutum : t\* European edition, %t per nnniun, tort.i, y>irt of (irt.it Hrit<iin, hiuI %b, to any part / l/u (,chMti?* t. h th to vuiude the ALL Lt rVLKS b\, maii, for iubtcriptfns ,or uttA a*LvtrMtetru nt*. ht tx pout-paid, or t\* yto*!f*yr will k J from I hr morury remitted. amusements THIS evening, opera?castle carden?lvoakzia bixoia. BOWERY THEATRE. Bowtry?Pihat* or ran JtLM - ] TMt l l l.AM I'KKAM. BROADWAY THEATKE, Broad**??The f'lowi fames ; t>* 4M ATHKli H'kITAHKAIi?Box VS. Cj*. NIBI.O'S CARI'EN, Broadway- Vii.i.ao? Doctob?Ulabo J or jkwkls. bl'rtovs theatre. Cb?mb*ra itrret?i\iOR I'ili.imidi-lv pkiciovi b?!' >??koiob diahonk. NATIONAL THEATRE, Chatham Square?Dhiskabb? xkw yobk ributa*. ASTOX TLACE OP/BA-Ji'mth?Biaitbovs CtrriTB, ha. AMERICAN MrSEUM-AxvuKO PKlirouMAsc'ca ArrEB ooi? AMJ Evbmiso. _____ OLYMPIC, nroadway?Fki.iaiw.i' n?? Tor* Ethiopia* Ovcaa Tbki'P*. ft r vt \ or k. w?dnt?liy, Auguit j4i, i8c0. Coiifticiwlonal Doing*. Som? little progress was made by the House of Representatives", yesterday, in the Civil and Diplomatic Appropriation bill, but not a great deal, and the probability is that that measure will hang on for Mime days vet. It may be disposed of to diy or to morrow; but it is doubtful if it will be parsed befere Friday or Saturday. The SenaU were engaged the whole of yester- j day in debating the Fugitive Slave bill. Mr. Mi- , bob ol!er< d a very important amendment, which wax adopted, providing fur the establishment of a kourd of three commissioners in each county, whose duty it will be to h?ar, and decide upon, all questions connected with fugitive slaves, their de- ! cution to be tinal, and the Fnited States Marshals ef the district to be undowered to carry them into efleet. A further provision in the amendment provides that in certain rases the vilue of the fugitive tlave is to be paid to the owner by the United ! Slate* government. Mr. Underwood, however, i afterwards gave notice of his intention to introduce an amendment, in th?* shape of a substitute, for the , whole bill. There ir no likelihood that this sub- | ject will l>e disposed of immediately. It is as- ' ? ?? 'mr.Miunt ?h:ir*?. nml nrn:iii4es to evuke ??""? ? ""4 ' -? . a good deal of discussion before it is settled. That it will pass, however, there teems to be no doubt, at present, at all events. Anlvnl of tli?- uinilitp Kuropa u( 1141fM?One AV (1 k I.Htt-r froai Enrop*. Tlic steamship Kuropa nrrived at Halifax on Monday evening last, but, from 8..uie cause or other, we did not receive our despatches until yesterday. A synopeie of the news will be found in unother column. There iJ no imjortant feature connected with this intelligence. No change had t?ken place in the potition of affairs between Denmark and Schl**wig-Hol*tein. According t? the accounts, the Duchies are de f'"muied to hold out, and wil' ffcin try the fortune of war. It was supposed that CngWnd and Ru ?ia would soon interfere, in cane the depute be not brought to au Usue soou. It appears that two hundred German officers have joined the ranks <;1 the SchleoWig-Hols'.eins. This shows the deep interest which Mime of the German ?tute? take in the con'cst. No doubt unother ?nfnpement wrl soon t'.ke p'ace between the hostile arn.it e, if n.< li an event has not occurred b< lore this. The crops, it tertnt, are retarted in Kngland, by a coutinuui.ee i f wet we.,ther, and there is no d'jutt that the potato Might h is fhown it*elf in m. vera I coantir: in l.-cl.v d, especially towards the south. The celebrated Gorham case has t>een ln.allv 'ii'i' >'d of, i>ii'l, although our accounts do not mention ibr fee', it iii likely that the I* re read n nt!i man lmn b-? ?i iE.!ui,!"d in the vicurafe which m * jr -en"d to him hy the crowu. A? a mitte; tit curve, this will widen the I reach in the En?li*h 4 linrclt e?tbl>iishB)cal, unc*, |4tha|?, lead to nontu impoitatit rcrult?. Another political agitation l.as ci tnmenced in Ire l&tfd, in which, it is a prei?t portion of the wraltii tnd intelligence of the country h.m embalked. If? < lye* te, from what we have heard, are to a< c< utpl ?b, 1 y peaceful meant, a revolution in the govtrnmefct of thit coutry. It is to he hoped that it \*ilJ !?e more mctwlil th?tn the repeal limitation. Th?- ateannhip Atlunt rn.vie th trip to Liverpool in t?n d..)> iuhI twii*? hourn, iiom wharf ta wli .rf, wliicb is lew !>y tiv? hour* thu.ii it *u> aver d.ne. Tin character of the Coliin.V line of ateum- | fhips is now fairly established. The commercial ?e wb by this arrival ia of some importance, a* all ?Vacripiioua of cotton under fair have'decliced nn eighth of a penny per |?<iund * Corn, on the other kaitd, experienced an advance. We will |>rob?bly receive the itmila by the hdropa ttnijcht. If we >! , we ahall lay the detail* of the newf hefote our render* to-morro r. Vhr K< at Ki?ctlon In fctvr V?rk?Prmrrd* li>K*of lh? WtilK Party. In view of the inn>ortanc? of the next election in line Slate, we p*rce.?e tltat ?ever%I of the iiiflii-nMiil wing c>r^*n% *D<* arr exerting thtinwltfi to tcMoli.UW th* , ?r;y, ?o that it mijr prceent *o unhrokea Own when the contest t?k?*a place. Tfiejr allude, indirectly, to the ?pirit of fac- | lion and dictation wbi?hh?? m> lone heenexhihiied j t y a o r:am r111 u<- in A'tuny, without annung it, I ? ?; to irrp curable theorie* art fortL ami a Ivo- | . I ii , r. . e of ; - t.yr <in<- of the whip j?uin.il? id tliifctiy. Every thing, they ?ay ' with great truth, that lend* to divide (be i<arty, I ?houM MtprrMvd, and a!! point* of 4itier?nce fhculd he adjuMed, <> that ii.? whig party rrny be able to meet the democrat* on terma of eqaaiity, aa r^eard* uni<?, in the next election. In taking tiii* cour*r, the vriue journal*. while i U?ey acknowUdg? the rxi.-facavf ftctiomani and | clatu-im with.n their Ii**-*, aiiow .1 food ileal of j tec** in reeomciendmg a utiles,.at of jhe differ- i raca? wbkh eaiat. l'.ut we apprehend it Wtii not fw mi <a*y matter U> h? al the wotta4? which kave ' b> rn k/lictfd on U.' whig party, m tin* a* weK a* in oUmt ?utri, Kjr rich m?a a# ^w?rd, Tliurkw Weed *.vl HutMC tirerlejr. I<o.k a' the pnaitian i>f she Sward elitjue They n?o* either rule or ruin. T tor low W??-4. at tin* nomrit; doe* dm g'\r a wvmi tttpport ?? the adiuini*uati<<n In fact. hiatal n i? ore of ?rme4 neutrality. He i? I ? r'i?e en h* nrrus rceriv at any mornejiltw t%ke a I hostile r oi ?f.i.iirt Mr <?? th' Ir i#t oeraxon ttiHl nia . Iter. He fc ? tri'-<|uivur ?!lf erat- I ?<l .hi', uu!' >? fctiminiatcctioa if moducied in I ?tf- a manner ? will ?at li- nrwHif NMitf ihuae of the c!i-|i?o ! wf>i<*h h? la it*- eenrr* and ?:?nn? he will? ppcM ititl? all 4 ? ?fr?n^th Tki.? ?? a i rN'y ooi.ditto* u" thin<*-?, t? t?e e'irr At Fillfroir i? ra* i 'itrd li.il, twk'H Ik fll'"V? 'he fc ward t'lime to |??;i the **??to e?'abH?t?A power Uhini tNo throne, ftrmm iHia th? tl*.>a<* i^-lf? I iialer* Jir aUw.biatfatioa t*k?4wa4iM <-4 f. r ill' ir l<ejw bi und trordii^ to t't-ir ? <? it will l e c, jcrrii lijr tf.e t??t- J * ( tbo whiif # f if iu tiuhHtlr, hirt be re,>r??'?'?. thrmjgh i? * diaui i4 lh?* A'Anu; A'i tnmf ./mom/ Mr. FY I- | tntir hi.i ug, iLum Lr, rd to Wr ir ! r i??f- j a<w, o? lo r.ihtnit In !ie yoke whi<rh th f'olv . ?ort?i to (Ute on hi# Beck, hauler-: Wr?J*< I poft, aid it ia a? t u;i .knjr ih?.t he will re<?ei? lue j ?VI? *it''r. Ia? w *^tin, at the diwredit vSieh War II. V ward U?a I tt uf hi n)?>n th? i??ny ?ific? ' l.e brratrf a pr? n>.n?nt lep.'rt < f , rv?t ??lf i!? the ] K?nli, 1>?I ik.wi?li<ii(i il,' whnir Muuirv, pun > ( larfy front the t>m# whoa he ir Meted h?- * (*.' Wfftled it 1 < un*tit <ti< r?l 0f?f?h, in >! >, n , ?"H? J ib* alluwi. ky 4<?'.ah??, ta f ? ?*?i m :!i? , Senate, that there existe a higker law thaa the constitution, which he felt himself bound to follow. Look at the whole of his course since he got a feat m the Senate, on the alavery quretio*? Ins bitter and unrelenting opposition to the Compromise bill, and to the rights of the Southern States, under the constitution?his voting, in company with Hale and other abolitionists, and his successful efforts in preventing an adjustment of the t-lavery question. Then let ue turn to the philosopher of the Tribunt, and the policy which he has adopted since the acquisition of the new territory, not only in regard to the slavery question, but to the systematic and incessant efforts which he has made to introduce inio the United States the absurd and ridiculous notions of the l'ourierites and socialists of France and Germany, and his endeavoring to erect, in lieu of the existing harmonious fabric of society, a state of anarc hy and confusion dreadful to contemplate. These, and other isms, he has endeavored to attach to the whig platform of principles. At this moment, he is using what influence he possesses to reconstruct our present system of free education, ta as to deprive the youths of th?- State of all benefits arising from religious instructions thereby trying to convert our pliices of education into infidel aemiuuries. The object of this movement is I 1.1.1 - - ........ ? I'ltl 111. 11 IS 111 l'irui'1 uic J'l itlv i j'ico UI Win lokiuuu; being imprinted on the minda of our children, in order that they may !> susceptible to the ridieulous teachings of the rliijut of native and foreign socialsts l>y whom he if surrounded, and who converted him to their way of thinking on such mutters. I is for the wnig party to Bay whether they will be identified with such a movement. It i? ut-eless to deny that the .whig party here and in other States, has suffered m.iteri illy by the influences to which we have adverted, and that it is liktly to I>*j still further prejudiced throughout the republic. They must be suppressed or counteracted, before the whig* can become an undivided party. The newspapers in the interest of that party may recommend union as much as they please? their orato;s may advocate union until they become hoarse?but there will not l?<, and cannot be, union, until the influence of the Seward clique, and that ot me Wfriu ana ?.rreeieys, ana orher disorganizes, isimites, and factioniste, shall have bten discharged. They must undertake the task of doiug so before the party can he completely united. It is the boaat of the whi^s that they are the conservative party; but, we would cek, where is the conservatism in declaring that there is a higher law than the constitution,?that property is robber)',? that the present fabric of society ought to be upset, and socialism planted in the stead, or that religious education ought to be banished from our free schools 1 And yet such doctrim s are openly avowed and advocated byth?; parties to whom we have referred, and all of whom j tspire to be lights and leaders of the whig party in j the State of New York. Let the conservative whig I journals, therefore, lay the axe to the root of the | tree of disunion. There will be no use in cutting , oil the branches. They must commence at the foundation, and cast out from among them the di?orj-nnizers who are endeavoriog t? rule and direct the party for their own purposes and their own benefit. The Slavery Agitation ahdPmuc Opinion.? If the public opinion in the United States were properly canvassed, we are satisfied that nine-tenths of our adult population, North, South, East, and West, are in favor of un immediate and fia*l settlern#?nt i\f tlu> filuvprv Mirif^linn nn flip Kjaia npmuta#^ by the Senate, and the bills passed by that bndy, and which are now before the Houm of Representatives awaiting their action, Notwithstanding that this State of public opinion cannot but be well knuwn to the members of the House of Representatives, we see them from day to day, idling away their time, arid indulging in all kinds of factiontsm, without any apparent desire to arrive at any conclubion, and without any intention ostensibly of doing so. This is really too bad. We are poai lively beginning to lose all patience, and almost to despair of the republic. Is there no way by which this spirit of faction can l>o put nown, and in the House of Kepresetitalivesl la there no method by 1 which the memliers can be brought to a sense of their duty 1 We think there u; and while those gentlemen are engaged in endeavors to defeat the |??Kige of those hills, public meetings oarht to he held in all the large cities, composed of all t>*rti?-s, from which should emanate a voice that would rarrv terror to the hearts of all factiomsts. The lloure of Kcpreyntativca are trifling with tli? feeling* of the as well a* with (he best interests of the country, in thrir movements in reference to the great ami exciting question of the day. L-t them be awakened to a proper sense of their duty and informed, in a peremptory and unmtatalivable nice, that they hold their place*, not to foment schemes for dissolving the Union, but to carry into effect the will of the people, who, in an unforI tunate hour, selected them to do bo. Mis* Lamumt.?We presume that a similarity of n ur.i'H hMN led to the mixtake into which nn errning cotem|>onry ha? fallen, in connecting with youuc Lngli?h l.tdy ot high rank, (La4y A. L.,) a malicious report, which, properly speaking, ha? reference to the lady whose name heed* thia para??l*h Tun Havana Ort*A Titot r? ? It ia tc lie ho|>e1 that the Havana Compnoy will rciieut the opera of Vonrni before they cloae. There ia a general desire to hear it sjrmn. T?i4l or Ton ktioi fi **p Lui Col*, rna thi r.ntainT <r ini Fhkii H??* Wrmm, Bxana I?lAHtt.?Th* trial of th??* two Botorl>n< a?n kaninaa ar.J Cot*, f< r th< rolib?f; of tha Ph-oiK i'ank. at W.^trrly. Itbod* I land. ?m *oni>lud*d oa Monday. Th? court si?t at 9 o'elork. andth* Atlorafflinoril bm J? a dm! (ln^tn nt adlo M to th> Jury exhibiting la ? fry clear acd planr-ibl* raano-r th* 4M?*r*at t?* ui? ny |lm at> tbr part nf th- p*op|*. Mil tfclt n* tha T>art r( th* ; altrt nhieh la fg? Or?*n thac:? u tbr jury, and th* < ?" tin ?abnltt?d to tt>*n at It'ilMk. At T o'aloek that *T*ninc th* jary h?d not **r*?d upon a v*rdl*t. and It ?m th?n(M j fAj *U* that a:.? a urt would h* r >inp- l]*d to dlarhsrir* than ?n a di agr*< mrr.t. It *?? rum?r*d that th-y rtntl *l*vm lir eonvlrtlon and on* f.>r acquittal Anetf.*arrount aaya. that aft*r !> i?r ont *??n kaan thay *%ht for ar,^itul aad four for f*nrietloo lMitnTi??pii?ii tm K'? iIikpi By th* irriu rf th- tri| Alfr*d Hanm-md. Cafftaia i)r**n w* har* d?u? fmB lb* abora pl*c? ta th* SHh o( Jam* Kw) thing ?n? ihrouehnat th* aoantry. Th<- had r<>aprovl*?d with tka |tarm rf JirAj. ?hi kfl for Un on J an* CU Th- Huron *u ?u'p??t?4 of taring th* wt*b. M It app*ar< ll ??< Ui"u*bt k> had tha H* ?r. ct *lth*r rauitit a N?<li(lo? of kiall!rg th* Mtntq with ik?r'>a Ayr** Captain* af *r??U< mMiig *a Rio QraaJa, wauK <5 w*tl to k* |?r1!tnl*r In Uh4i m?i>ir*?t*. a* th*y c* r<-qutr*d t* * i.r?r Vth flh??a at th* **ma tin* 4>*lariac wb? th-r II..' m?nll?*t< ttl atrr?? *-<lmllata. 104 ?T*ry a*tl?-l not?nwi> tat?d i? **i?*d TL> Alfrxl Itamanwrt *pr>k<* off lloHundf. fl K M ?* *m?r Matpr t ?'ajr? Ir. m M"nt*?f(k wha r?jot1> 4 that tb* I f' #?** IW ?l at M ??? *nfl?rfn? dr?a<llully tli* M' r b? authoritl ? h?d r^a**d to tUc'lU airk I U UtidiJ K*.t!ita4 a<-w It. in lit* *i??r flattr fV*>li-M C- >?*> *f th* J'.nt'-h r*b%?a?r tiwlfin U h arrtml t?w*. rJ*f ftem I'Mrtn. w* ha*a r* a?S??d Ala* U th* Urargct <wa (ui'C*. 1i?m ahkfc w* l**ra that a flltlna. iiim<w?,lj ?ign?4. wa? to l? fi?f *t- J to th* C*?rt nl faliey o# th - 1U of Jul/ prajtng ll.*t nt *?4 ba put to furthar '?<>Ma Inn station and that a t*Uu>*nt b* pohiiah*! of th* tftcl tt?a* alrtadf la y rUd and th* ntalxr at fratur I la th* tri rf *<i p-Uiti. ?1 B*??. Taaaai m Uj th* btrk Htrla. Ir >a Pnrto Cab*!.'''' " har*t'*w* t?rt*MI?M It wa* Ui* ??? * ml cpilk ?"? for to 0?b*Bs. tbat <J*a Unaruao u 4 i b* lb* aa'?4Wat* far tl.* rr?..d> nef Th* a)action a ? C*Tt " tran<)a'lly. lata rata K>wr?a-fha hti* Baliaar. <lapt flay ' krrirri yartarAaf. ? < ??, *>? ptaaa b?-thta* aUarltff POSTSCRIPT. TWO WEEKS LITER FROM c A L1 r ? - vN 1 A ARRIVAL OF TI1E STEM1SHP PHILADELPd . The steamship Philadelphia, from Chagres, arrived at 1 alf past fix o'clock this morning, with two weete later intelligence from California. We will publish the news received by her in an EXTRA IIERALI) immediately. Lalerflrtm Havana aid Ht Domingo. 8ETTLIME.NT OF THE 1LAYTIEN AND DOMINICAN WARFARE. By the arrival last night, of the chip Norma, Capt. K11W. we have ?eee i t ? cl Havana paper* to the 11th in it We translate from the Diarin d la Marina, ol the above date, the annexeJ important Item: The treaty with the republic of Dominica has been ratified with the i British government. A no'e by Lord I'almerston, aocepte the mediation proposed lor the termination ol the war with the inhabitant* of Ilayti. In view of this, the British Consul, charged with the negotiation* has given a banquet, t > which ail the authorities had been invited, together with the Archbishop. Alter thin, a ball wan given at the paluee ol the Governor. ! The represents vs ot Fiance, England, and the United Statu. haTing been engaged in these arraugeI meat*, all prospects of disturbance* are at an end particularly a* there baa been a formal protestation oa their part againr. any invasion of the bomlniaan ter, ritory by the Uaytieua. Marine Affairs. New Packet Bnir Joitrn Wai.kik.?This is %; n i- ; ! cant repsel will be launched from the yard of her | builder' Mr. W. II. Webb, fool of Seventh street. Kt<t River, to-morrow, at 8X A. M. She in to be commanded by Captain nolle. an old and experienced Atlantis I navigator, between thin port and Liverpool. Tht Joseph Walker is built In the strongest manner, and is tarnished with all the modern improvement* and conveniences which make a journey to Liverpool In those splendid packet Rhipl ss agreeable. The arrangements for the first, second, and third cabins, and steerago passengers, are very complete. There are three sky-lights to the second and third ciblns a&4 three sky lights to the steerage, and four separate gang-ways to the steerage, which Is well ventilated from the deck and side lights below. The cooking arrangements are very complete, and are acknowledged, by most shipmasters out of tne port, to be the best In use. On the forecastle deck is an engine, miusfactured of sufficient power to throw the water over the main-top gallant yard, to which Is attashel lit) feet of hose. There are likewise introduced, through the tides of the ship, patent valves, which will flood the hold of the ship with water. In a short time, in ease of fire, or for cleandug purposes, which is one of the most useful improvement* got up for ships Neither has tlie Captain lo.<t sight of poor Jack. The forecastles are fitted up in keeping with other parts of the ihip. having tables, lockers, and a place , for a library in each, which, no doubt, will be well supplied with intensting books tier tonnage Is 1 Z'Jb tons. The following are her dimensions:? ISO feet long on deck. 40 feel beam, and 21 feei hold, keel white osk two tiers deep, made in 8 pieces, lynches tided. and 34 inches d -ep. bolted together with copper belts; stem white oak sided 10 inches, aprou live oak. sided 3o inches, night beads live oak. sided 12 inches all fa>len< d with large copper b 'It s below d->op load line, and large iron bolts above deep load line. Stern post white o*k. sided at head 18 inches, at keel lOincbes; Inner post live oak, main and other transoms all live oak. ai>d well fastened with large bolts; fashion pieces of live oak being double; floor timbers of white oak. 24 feut long, sided 12 to 14 inches and moulded lVlncbes; first, second, and third fuitock* while oak. sided ID to II inches, fourth tuttonk of live osk. sided 10inches, top timbers of live oak sideltf ' to 10 Inches, ftancheons of locust and sided tf to 1J Inches, 13 frames forward, aud 13 frames aft. of live oak; keelsons laclicnd forward and att ef live oak; ! dtadwocijs. each end. and ?tem<ois live oak; k?-dsoaa ' amidships 3 tit r deep, at white oak. sided 1A ,t i and making from bottom of keel to tap of keelson > mass of timber 8 f??t 1) Inches through all well balled { together with IV inch bolts, kealsoa at fl ><w heads of pitch pine, sided 16 Inches, two streaks and two tier deep, all square fastened to frame, ami to each other with inch Iron aud 1lush locu?t treenails; Mlie stteaks. seven in number. 8 inch-* thick; lower deak clamps 8 inches tl.ick; ceiling bc;we< n clamp* an 1 bilgestruak' 7 laches thick, and all square fastened, with % Inch lr?.n. a.id IS Inch locust treenails, and all the outride fusteniu{? through Tie same, in addition to the above; ceiling on fiat of flo ir. 4 Inch" , white oak: lower deck beams pitch pine 18 to '4> , Inches sided and 1A to 16 inches moulded; lodging and bosom knee* ol lower deck of white oak. sited ltt t<< 14 inches, and very large body and arms an 1 fastened with l'? inch bolt* iu*-t par.aMs of pitch pine, vtrv large, and double kneed; stancheons in lower hoiil very large and each one kueel to main k?el?on. and beams with 4 knees, ail well faeleued. d-ck b east hooks of live oak and breast honks lu hold of white j cak and very Urge including wider breswt hook, which are all will fattened, with a great number ot lartte bolt*; Itltt way* .f pitch pi i* tfc: i | lK down into coda of and Uiun ; td with 3 bolt* in *v?rj timber. ai.d fr?oi* filing bi* , twt n d?'rka of bitch piuv 6 lueh?? auutrf. f? un*J I * it b lr n l? lt? au4 I' eu?t tr?. natl?; b?.a?t h'M>a< h?; t?i(n d.rk* nrj lar?* and fa<tani-d ?Hh * fr~?*. number of Iron uppar il-rk tUo| < rf? inch** truant. : ut?-n. J with % ir?a bolt*. an I IS 1* flirt tra* imU? fnaiLd of pilch pin*, aided U to yt li thtr ami u> ul<1*il It iuebaa, I .4?io* aul b ?nn kMM ofvhltooik, tlitnl ' loehiia; hanmtii Kn> < in < vary brain. Mil <1 lu (<< 14 lri. hr> and h roii^Mr hilUd with IS lr<<n fci'lln, water way* pltoh pin* a>i 1 ' fuel! M'd I'l av?ri llrubi r tn l bi-Hin with 1 in i bn|u dark plaiik of whit* pine IS InrhM thick ia>1 bull"J j ?d|rt'wU? to watrr wnyi and tlmbvrv plank'liira at. I , rail* of whlta * k 0 IdMihh tbirk; t f?a?L-i | kr*? <i to fiamr of lh? rblp which ran up lff/li ?b-ir? i f> rrrartlc dfrk mlthc*'< l.nr*<. rrbrxla n1 anlld in fr?m* ?.l th* ?blp. and kn??<t to tk*- ram* with Urgawhit* oak koaar rary b<-a*lly Hiltrd. a Tor/ larga breaat ho< orrrth" b w<jirlt. and an* I* low It. j fart-fi'd with a ft. ?t nnmbrr "( boll* tbt frame. , whola |.n?lh o| poop. I* d"ubl<- ar.l Wlk poop <l X i Uahi kaard to Ihr ??in. with bungle* kn??? poop bulk h*ad of whit* oak. inrli?? thi?k allb?H<>d with a in at mim'" r < f b 'll?. an I kn**d to p"?p d.-rk h-t*i and ?pp?r ilttk b*au< wlilrh air very Uif* filth Vaa ItiiMii Tha >tiam>bip liiriua .a. Uapt. CraV , I Ira*. aallrd ya?t?r-lay f"r ltrrm?n. *ia S.atfc imp!- o ] . 8h* took 47 pn??in?M and a nlmW" ??r?<v t>*iid <a f | (.10.000 la rparla. Tha namrtof bar fMHcyn will b* i foaad injrr ihr prop#- brad ' Pmr Faawna Dirtt- ? Mr ?nnml Hn->dt?tb* nan* of tb* areond offlear. eompllmmU i bjr 11m faaarngar* of tba aboT* aaaaal. not " llawood Tbt OaagrtM of tradM. ' Thi# body mat lart ar?nlng Mr KalUy la tha rba'r ' ! Mr. Pood. MafBta of th? >-w?ll?r*. pr*??at?4 a report ' fron hi* trad*, in which th? workinai-a *r? rall?4 upun to aalW. and aloaa op ail a**aa<>( to *+my m l lmurlon* II*Ibr. w? auft ulLMptU tk< ntml 4nr; or lf?4? and MiMiilrtU oar mail t a?in~M. plae* It la fc??rh??cli an I by that m?a< r?l?*M tlx ImaKiM eaplUI sow a?d la *ap*rila*a? trU a( aalta It with lal-or and a?? It for th?lr ?*a 1 ?a?St By arftli|TMi?#. Ihry ar? allowing rapiUU?t< tn r?ap J00 pft ??at frua th*lr Ul>or. which lb?y aifKtUn It I* propoMi lh-T?t^r* taiatr?da??? ^itrral ?* ?* or tradm aalotiNa to'Ual of pavtt? paltry >4 rubaarlptlon*. ?ual .hat capital aad ?ro*atli* kaowtrd(f? a? thr j aow iff fit ha ???d la a aiaoow? UK *111 fir* Wfr |irrf>M rantrol nror th# 44??fibo i Um of IU owa prodaatina* f lj*y *?? railed apoa M> la th- tailor*, ha* let th* nimpl' h- aa?:>?4 u> cthar trad*a Lat th* Hoard t< Tr*?* appniaV-J hy | that 4'oi>?r*aa rw?-l*a prop???a.? f*?m capltaJbu r? ; r< aapAni* " (or ?to*r* to furnish lv# unit* I ir?J?* <?'/ I wiili rloiMnir at a trlfl'na l??nr? ?f mat Tka* Ha onion of aapltal ?"tta l?i >r vtll h? folloord ' , by unifrial ?orlnl fr??i('>p> or ?*if fnvrrum-nt la I ?M?|. ?> rj t?<]itWoal will p <.*-*. * ? !<* a *M* and a p*? <>a?l ittaraat la nil tb? rlrtgt<iu"? ?b>?a U*o?|tr* ar?or.l th?aa. a *t?t* of thtufa trr >tfnn-4 tttuUr Ih tuloM liilin Of ??ri?iuni wiitl >a, ( riK'1'rmi a a?J lni>tMr1in>4 Tba* link ar? l??. 1 1 patabl*. ai*4 It baar uiaa our daly lo raall.tato ttwlr |.?Uini?t? ?a. < loo. A lv<v?tii.fr ?h? klaafc lift, or j.nnrlriu* ??! 1 tar it t rapart foalodM with tb? lotteolmc r-?olu- 1 lini K?* . d. Tb?i OiU Orngaaa* ra?<HrBli>? tA* plnal- ' pl? tfcrt tlmrll dlrtntiiiU IW ott b<l till It U ?*|? !u?t t?Mum (Im riM iiN * ol ri|>pM*? ralalt fH?bli'h???i? ?pr| bf untl | anlU-i aetlo?. ai<?a up all tb> aaaimaa to <*?, a*J 1 laiuk M ll?lnf lolk' il l tbis i.* j?rr* ?m ?n' "f 1 rt-pila. now Mad In *up*r3ono? trading. wtf M 1 l.iruabt into bntmooUn* union aith iibi tor u?'a c?f fanlit*! i.g llf (ft *o-op'?ntir%' 1 tr?<ir? utinwa. build, n# pr? p? r b.m#? f .r a?rh-.ia?. kh.I ?niin* th* lurplul l?h?t tba | abllr Ian I- mir ] I, am >4 by tb? rnmfiift* of elrllUa'lou Mr t .a* I to thr rapwl In two ar tbr.a parti tn ? l(a 41J not tblnk any *pp*%l ootbt tab* mala < ?. . | lul -tf r t'.i I i# th iib ?. 'rm . u.-M to ,?r t 4 i?t. ait<l <">t.?. b* ohje- tad lo 'h' t?rm |.. I ,at.?l : irLari-ai I hi* * ?a t? > ?t-or* .? /??< ||? ? a^ra In tb* p?ln*?pla lb* d? l*f*: a?n'?.j to ar.lr* I ' l? ? d;9?r* 1 with M? *a to *nm? r.f tb? inaan* I kit I'lin lad If tba aantlaiaan walJ pit ola o'j?a tlui a popar bo oouid *a*at ' th-in In wrltlnf t Mr Tbar*p<*t rnlt faquir** anat tr *Im 1 .J?. n?? .o?h ? tka oaiwaa *f tka Work Ik* , Mr. Pobd?The report eonUlnf no fu?fc Imom black list. Mr. B*?a?But it eontnlns the thing Mr Pons?The tailors h?ve a black lilt. Mr B*aa?Too many societies follow the practice Mr. Pkicb defended the report, lie said what Mr. B*rr objected to waj just exactly what suMtd him nis idea was that the interest of the capitalist U an tigonlstic to the interest of the working man lie then adverted to thujournul nf Cummtrct, showing the gr ?t prosperity of the Mormon settlement In one column, while tn? editor attaelu socialism in another, forgetting that the Mormon system is jnst what is called socialism. There is serruely a man among the capitalists who raises the ory of socialism, that is not practical socialist, the president of a bank, or the liold-r of stock in some other corporative society on a large scale. Mr. 8< afii; (a German) opposed the resolution and ideaii of Mr Trice lie (Mr Scaff?) was down o* the whole of the present state of society. Ilia Tl?w wan that rvrry man ought to be his own boss. Let the capitali-ts in Wall street keep their money. Let m all go to work and let none be idle. He waf opposed to the cry for raising wages They ail received mure wage* than they ought. If a man receives per week, he is cheated out of *4 for his rent, and board, and lodging. und the boxs chwtts him out of f3, so that in t>?ct he tins i nly W Ml ; (rmrsof lnughter) so that <>0 v nulU h- tar better lor Kim than ft). Air BissKiTsaid they could not expect to overturn tk<- present system in a day. It was to measures, not m?u. they owght to dirent their attention He wa* not in fnvor of 4enonnolng capital or cailtaltstt. TV...... l? _11.,* . .Kn ? .. ..11 w /. ... - ' * ?"" . . ""*'J ? V"? ca Be of labor In the pre-eut state of society, If be were possessed of eapit.al, be would net be disposed to lay it at their feet, Mr Barb?I did not denounce capitalist*. I object to their gettlsg 14 per cent from the poor man for tnvir capital Mr 1'orcn?They now got 100 per eent. Mr I do not agree with Mr. 8cifT?. who ?ay? be would hare all become bosser. If all become bo-i-ed, who will do the work? (Laughter) The hisses of Ham York are the laiiest set of fellow* In existence. (Renewed laughter ) I slso regret that my frieml opposite occupies so siacb time in talking of public laud. We did not come here for such a purpose a? tbi? but to do good to the working man. I protest against long speeches on public lands and bossas l<et bosses be bosses B'<me action ought to be taken in keeping delegates to the question. The report n?d resolutions were then referred to the commit to . i the whole, when the reading was again called tor and Mr. l'ondread the docuineat at leu^'h Mr Wins mored that all relating to capitalists be stricken out. Mr IUshltt?Capital is not a hobgoblin from the bottomless pit: for what i? capital but accumulated labor ' The difference U. taut the laiy irm, who does not work for it, has it. instead ot the working man,

who produced it Capital is wanted in all the relations of life. This room is capital We got it from the corporation; we could not purchase it ourselves. Capital is not mere money, but everything accumulated oy labor Mr I>*v ? I want to have the order reTersed Innteal of capital dictating to labor, let labor dictate to capital Mr WiiTi.ixt; denied that houses and chairs and tables were capital That only was capital, which produced interest by lending It. The uuion of capital with labor would not do. Mr Bomkrvili.i? Capital is a gord thing but capital is abused Labor Is the parent and capital is the oil goring The child dictates to the parent whleh ought not to lie. The freedom of the public land is oue of the means by which capital may be prevented trom imposing on labor I Km opposed to the resolution which aays that eight bossi I would eaelly be overcome. Tnli Is not the ease. Kr in the trade In wht<ih I work, there ware but four Umaen during the year, and yet they Birn< poilit d the burfueM. The greater the uomUir of capitalists. the bitter far the cause of lakor. A few, with capital always produce a monopoly, against tlie interests of the many. Mr. Ia* litvm- The true policy of the labor class la to be consolidated in one grand as?oelati<m. an 1 thua fupersedc all employers. I am even oppoied t.> persons owning a greater numMr of shares in association! ot labor than oth-r members, thus taxing the poor for their luxuries If tha trades would all agree. aa?h Ban to give >5. thty oould issue their own notes, which would be better security than any bink. I have been connected with an association for two year* untl a half, founded on this prinaipla It waa started In 16 share* That principle most suoceod; aud it will prevail, In the end. whether this Congress recommend it or not 1 am opposid to all employar* A previous speaker showed that, when they are whittled down to a few. they are th-n a greater evil than evr: for a few men may possess th>- entire train and the woikiugmrn be merr plaves If this were not the case where would the magnificent palaces be that we now see on arery aide? I no in for the in livi dual rystem as far ** it is practicable I go In for opening th* public lauds to actual settlers ?ven on 'he indirilual pjstini this would do good. But stlli I advocate t ha acsociation rf labor. A plan was Migtaxted t? the operative bakers soma time ago, by whlih they mlgh t throw < IT their employers, and lay the fonadatlon for the emancipation ol ull the oth>-r trades The plan ??> ft- m tlic aimociation of whi.'b I *m a mcmbar It wan ll.it Let Oit-tu organize and unite, anl pat their tvf di liar* together. Ttmt would ainoant to a cap,Ul, tbut would M cur the t ntire bu*ineM Then lot the optative *o?i?-tj (>t baktr* fix come distant day to comuieno* and. iu the meantime ranTiM i*u?t"in?r? and eatabliih bakeil.* la ?verj hard, then let them on a riven day withdraw from their employer* and (to to work on th-ir own ho -k Tb?y coald % > into MM mark ti> of the w irid. and , u'Miw the raw laatf1 la! on letter term* than the bot't* Could thwy n >t - .... I. a merchant'* fcO*#? lor dealing In fl .ur' ?*tahlMi their own mi'l i and tb-lr own farmt. and thu* In the end gi t nd of every apecle* of V>a*. to that ti ry man weald have to work, or ((lYa an equivalent for what be c(Bruiu?n. I hope the rep. rt will b? *o m oiifled a? that the appeal to raptal will be atrae out. and the countenancing of ludlvidail boui-a. STr M.'-.hthi- We will d < ao go >d tilt WW have a nti 'y <f trade* It we bad taia. m* eoult rai*? Ht n'.MK' at ?uy Hue for capital Till thi* la done it i< Idle 10 talk of law reform* The trade* want noithlt.r to fall hack upon A I>ttKu?T> Oittleinen f?em to he ju?tly alarme 1 K*t capital might eorae to them from tbe capital ul* They need ui4m in tbe leant un--?<j on the *ubject ? (Laughter ) It waathen moved that th* committee ri?e, and the chairman report progre** I'pon the motion ol Mr Dar.the document ta* referred to a rpecial committee, and the (e?r>tary ordered to make cat a copy for tha pr*?*. which he Degleeted to do. A lengthy dl*ru?eton here en*a--d in referenoe to a -! teat. which t?i referred to a commit*. e and the a >a>initt?e lid n.t IMi because a* the hKlra.an of it Mr. Or?g*ry plated the commitUa never met Mr II<?!ltow moved that whenever therw are morw than three delegate* pre??nt ftom any noelety. the Cbairtnur and P?eretary report th? fhot. and that none of them ho allowed ta tote till tha number it rednci d to three 0?rrVd Mr Dtf then au.v.d the following re?o utina : ? Itoolved That till* t'oiigre** deem It their duty to motion th* pulule In genaral. and aeam*tre**?t la partlea'ar a/a!n*t a Mr UolT and hit " American Industrial I nlon bHI viog ?ald?oeiety to h* a plan for ewlndtlt g ?aeh pertoo* a* amy eatrait it with their Q01??T }'.*? l?*d That n e<rniinltt?? of thr*? b* appointed, to *"nrld*r tfce t.?nt til' th 1 of MUbliibliiK an ???or.atloO Tinr prnt?f: in* th* labor of ?nim?lr???p and (!i? otfaniaatkn or * 8-am"tr*?o?a' Co-op* rati r* ?rl?k ' Mr (Uaa mrr*J lb?t th ronolution b# laid on tb. tab!* Mr r?K? *' t it ??? th* lutjr of tb* 0o?r??? t" anmarX *< *ry Man who p t up a ?oM*ty to lto<> hl? o<rn po*t<t ' r; Iii rrd ihut it b* rnfxrrrj to a runblHmil thrw, Adont'4 Mr P?i< ? pr*??t*d th* l Moving rnport from tb< rmmltt** cn th? rem a> animation of Mr Krifi ? Y"tir eommltt**. to about w4* r*f--n?4 tb* commanlratlon pr***nt*d Au<u*t 14. by Mr Se+tH. h*r? r?r'ftl:; tti(i*T?4 raid doramrat. an 1 kwrtlljr <-n ?t< r?* th* proposition* *n>br?*?<l th*r-ln Year eoiamttt** r-.>n?id?r tblo rommaniration th* tr.tf' Important that ha? ? y. t bo*n pr***nt*d f*rtk? I Tat ton Mlth OMfHW Inumark ti It rl*arly iltlix *0)1 lay* out tb* plan of cooperation, which It pat In practlc*. woul I (r*a'.ly rail*** atd *i**at* tb? pr'-durinji c'b?m-? from tb*!f pr*-*at abj?ct an I wnik K Tb* ef win antral ion ?o plainly ahowa th* pr*?*nt dlflralil*. an J WT' n?? of labor aad ?o rl*arl? poiot# mt tb- r*m"!y. that your ' mral'U* f**l that fartb*r c aim-rt on th*ir part I* oan*>>***axy K*f?r* rl<?iac h?n*v*r. w* w ulJ uv> upon thl? Cot:|tr??? tbr July and DMnnlty ?if laroanimi aad ?u| p<?tine th* *rncrry ?uw* pob?? of la tb" roinmu i'Bt'i n? at tb?ct,rn?rof Br'>' m?an'l Fowtk it bring a |>n>rtiral no-narratlon *atabll?ha*at th* H? i?i nt nhtrh la a triumphant r*!utatl> n of tb* ran' thr-i < ?f th* *n*tni?? ?t labor that working m?n rann^tanrrrod by c* op'rnttnn." All wblab It r**p#cttully mt' tnitud TH* lir>(claj( *M ad pt*d. acd tb* Confroo* th*n *d,?nrn?d City lat?iH|*M*. Tn* Ci?r or Mi?* Kiaa C?m?*r rt*ar. y**t*rday, *r,nr|ud*d th* la**?tlcatln? r**p*etln( tti* rlrrumi'an*>< nnd?r which M Mary Ann K Irk. *f Flabklil. mm* to b*r <l*atk. and h*yond a doubt, fram tk- * ?!U*u?* ?bo?rn. ?h* aovailttod ?alaid*. Mm ?!.? prr-di?pnwd to (t? of d*#pond*ncr and on ant* th*r occasion ?h? *M*ivyt*d to drown t.?r**lf at I'Uhkill ?o?i? thr?* y*ar? ago Tk* yonnt man. Pntriok l< L*nny rl*rk In tb* dry Rood* ator* of Lord k Tayia ?!> ? ha kaa kn -imm. Ik* Am ? ?*>< 4 !?< ? tha *r?t of X?T?a?h?r. 1MB. flr?t bar In tha at?r? at l/nrd k T?jl<w. whara be >M ?mpl?ye4 aclerk ?h? r*wa>n?d is tha *1*7 ahoat three t?fk?, (taring ahl?-b tlaie ha el?lte4 her ?e?er?l ti?e? the h<? returned to FtatkN); he h?? w?? her hut ea*a and that ?? <>a hie rleK to New York. ahoat th, L it rt Junela*t .h? appcaraC to rarelre him la4tf f. r*n?ir I nd h? 4trrontina< 4 i I* vletta; h? knnva of N? rn>l fot bff U> commit eolrl4e ha ni(n*4 the irmf of Rulwjr to ? ?! of hi* Iftlm. Iwmii* he waa ?.?>< we l? the ?t ?? by that nan*, h* ha* re?ida4 la i Phil*dolphin ?l?f? la* March and r?ttirn?d to Raw Vork to ree!4? "a laat We4aee4ay. ha 414 ant kru of the Carta until ta*t i*at?r4ay Mr .initat' Jarlla. tk?- *ap>r1at*a4ant at tha Calk- j fatrf taatMM thjt h? ?a? ? yowag *o?*a n.intn tha 4e*erlptl?a ot tha 4?i-???4 on tka boat bIk ut tin o oioak r>a tha for*noon nka vai Kteitnf tkle f>ar?"n ba4 ernaae4 on tka kaat ?ereral lino wllhoal l< etlna- pk??ai obeerre4 atanllnf ay n<artka bow r4 tka boat by tha pilot oa retain* Into tha 4oak eel it la be|l*te4 aha jaaped Off 0? tha Ha? \ < rk aide. a* oka we* aot aeen altar. Mra Ana J l.nvoatary. tha lad* with whoa tha ,, aaa*4 bnar4e4, at lii Chamber* atreet t?atjA?4 ? , t'rtbe laat fra Ot all weak* afte ohaerred an iH?tb I* h?r general ??nn?r laaaraaak that tk? I appearM **4 aa4 l"? aptrite4 Mr* l-ooaa. nrr r>?"t" "4 th* paraar.l fnwi?4 on bMri tha ferry ^alMtt. ''** bal-nglaf to tka 4bmb>i4 Awr a i ?? * ?n Monday ar?al?f, ac Kaaa ??>uy II ? -tpawlni 4?riO?ifmw rtlMt tin i?ra attaakatf by * W?MM "f*?" ?pM *mt TELEGRAPHIC IITELL1CEV<E. IVTEl ESTIKG FROM WASHINGTON. THE FUGITIVE SLAVE BILL IN THE SENATE. TAB ArPKOPElATMlN BILL IN THE HOUSE, &c., &c., flff. TIIIUT Y-K1HST OOHORBIS. FIHST SESSION. Scnutr. by morse's magnetic TEt.toiurn. Wakhiruton, August 20, 1800. thr. rCGirivi slats bill. After the cousidi ration of the morning business, the fugitlre slave bill id again taken up. the qu??tion being upon Mr. Mason's amendment, willed was ' t,A wi t), n ni m. ilk iilnn Tki. ^ I r ?? ? ??? ? ??vides in effect, that three commissioners shall ba appointed in each county by the federal Judge ot the loverul judicial districts, who shall hear uud determine in a fair manner, every caie of *a alleged fugitive from ilavery. The deposition or affidavit of the I owner is to be oertifled before some judicial officer in the State from which the slave may liare lied, and proof of the identity of the p?rton claimed to be deem ?d sufficient proof to warr&ut the delivery ot the fugitive to the claimant, who shall be subject to no furthir molestation in the conveyance of his slive ba ik t(. the place from which he hud fled, the decision of the commissioner being final The marshal and his deputies are directed to ex?cnte the warrants Issued by these commissioners, and a penalty of six months Imprisonment, or a fin* ot one thousand dollars is impo*?d upon those who shall aid in the escapnof aslave from the claimant. It also provides that if the slave i* rescued Irt m the claimant after being delivered into his hands by the cemmisaoner, his or her slave shall be paid lor out of thu treasury of tha United States. Mr I'aiTT moved farther to amend the bill by adding still more stringent provi*Uns for the pavment. by the 1 United states, of the value of escaped slaves who shall not be delivered up to the claimant by the oflloers whose duty it Is made to execute this law. Mr i'ratt supported his amendment at considerable length v;nslog his obirrration* with a dis.-ertatiun up>u the impropriety and impracticability of abolishing tlavery throughout the I'nion. and some strictures upon a speech delivered In Ohio sometime slue by an iftdJi vidual whom he designated as the higher law St-na| tor. Mr Ditto* opposed the amendment. He would like to get rid of this agitation by making It a ijunktiou of dollars and cents merely, but it must be done in a leiral and coustitutional way. The principle Involved in the amendment proposed was one which, if adopted, would lead to disastrous results. Mr Dsor.ra advocated the amendment If the federal government failed to perforin its constitutional duty. it was but just that the United States make good te the owner of the slave his ur her value. Mr Bi ti.k? contended that the federal government should not be iH%d? the grand underwriter of fugitive slaves It was the duty i ( the Htate* to execute the cen?titutional ptovleiou in question. After rat further debate, Mr. VnuKRvsooo gave notice of an amendment in the form of a substitute for the entire bill, which was ordered to be printed. The Senate thru adjourned. llonit of Representative*. BY nAlN'H KIJl( TRO MAOHBT1C TELEGRAPH. ViiHiitTM, August 10, 1HJ0 Mr. Tnv?*To*,by unanimous content, presented a memorial from the territorial Legislature of Oregon, praying donations of public landa. and Moved to refer it to the Committee on Ttrritorie*. Mr. Thommo*, of Miss., salt that a few days ago the Committee oi the Whole on the State of the Cnion decidtd that a delegate from a territory bad no right to make a motion. He. however, differed from thH decision but raited the paint whether the delegate could i move to refer. Tbe Prim t* gave his reason* at length. Mid overruled the point of order. Mes.r* llmT and lJuca contended that delegate* were not member* of ?h? Ilouce. and. consequently, raunot txrrcise the privilege* of member*, lie ha* only the right to debs'e. The question we* taken, and the Hoax* sustained the decision of the rhalr- yea*. Ill; Bay*. 02; and the memorial wan referred Tbe House then went Into Cemmlttee on tbe Civil and lflplomatlc Appropriation bill. Yitrinu ao'emlment*. of no *perial Interest. were acttd on. but the proceedings were very dull On motion of Mr. Bavlv (dem .) ol Virginia, an amendment was agreed to, that when th- salary of collector of custom" isnot bH.?w twenty-five hundred dollars, be shall receive no compensation ax superintendent of light house*, or as disbursing agent. Hood profree* having been made with the bill, the I committee rose, and the Uoase adj >nrned. l'h? Odd F?ll?wi' Con-ranUon. Dnu, AuKuttt so. ISM. On aonrtlng tb? TOtN for the office* of Grand Trttrur*r and Grand Warden. the result IU u fuUowi : ? roa saaaii iiim iir, Addl'on M Smith 178 ltd ward C Mbble 134 Kiltird Vlitlin 64 ( Allium Van Trrot V\ Jc.hu W Hnwkkworth 34 A 11. Brown 0 mi <.KiR|> VilMI. f W. Y firtUf 178 I i A G. C Cochran 188 j John H Taylor 81 There being no choice. the Oonrentlr>n proceeded to . ballot a lecond lime, with the lubjoined roauit roa cai?n wiidir. i f W. Volne* Greene. of 8;rkcM, 101 , A. G. C. Cochran. ol buffalo, SIS i ro* i.naii Taaiauaaa. ' EI. Mhlle. of It alar la. 208 A V Smith, of Mount Motrin, 3U0 , Mr. Cochran waa then declared duly elected Grand Warden, and Mr. IHbble. urand Trea?ur?.r The Grand Matter then r^ad hi* report, which war referred to the appropriate committee*. D P. Baanaai., Grand Reportar to tha Grand L<>d(a C. 8. TMI ORAM) KNl'AMI'MICN I' The Grand Knoampment met at Odd Fellow*' 11*11, an Monday crenipg at 8 o'clock?Grand Patriarch J. | R. Taylor in the rhair. The ered-ntlata o^dr|egnt< - having t.'-en read, tb* | Grand Encampment degree* ?>rt conferred The report of the Grand Patriarch waa then read, 1 which represented the order In the Norther DletrlU of I New York In a proeprrou* ernditioa. There harp b?en granttd tw.lre new cbarUn lor Kncampmenta. and there are naw alsty three Kurampmc all working under Itlir jurl?dtrUon of the (iratid l.nrnmpaent. The following officer* were aieeted J?m-? P. Ranger*. of IVi kakill Grand Patriarch, by 15 majority) Timothy Pareone. of Buffalo Grand High Prieet, A. A. Van Vor?l. of ftchearotady, Grand Senior Warden, by 4* majority Mr. Cwirad'a Roccrtaor. r>?LTiwnai Auf an. l?4o 7h- Fratbim mail l?tbr<iigh but th<* r>aly lt-m w? |liw from It In that Mr Colboat I* * r?Bll4*t? tt Now | fitli hop to All ll<? ??o?ary e*?-o4 lath# 8?n?!? of tb? I'Dltfd HUt?# bjr the appointment of Mr Co?r?l t? I tb? wMnit. noaiKUry In AUbuni. Chuimtm. Aiifont JT. 1M0, A crr?t uaif 3if>*tlag ?? beH ?t Moatgoaory. AlaWiki whlrb kJo^Ud rtroog foathtrn resolution* la fktot of aHalalig lb? Ttiti Itrrllorj til ih- Mla?<>art lla* AhallllMilit Convention at Cairmtrla. Crlca, Auituit 3D. 1?W. flrt 4?l?fttN piM?J tbroajb thi? city t<v <l;. t? ktttiil tkf tlnrit lallbMatutloi, a C?*#Mtl*. to-Morrow A* Chnltrii Cl?ci???Tl. Ail? 20 ISM Th? Bo?r<l of Health have *ompll*4 a report of lk? wrrUlltj of th? ?ity frrm tbo f>mm?i)MB'?t of the , cbolrra IbU amai?r ray fro* Jaae 1 ta Ant tut It, fr*n whltb It an?ar? Utt the total sambo* of death* *? * ?i?. >t antra i ?x> wrr? r>?i?d t>j aam?ra and | 1 420 w?r? rliUdraa n4tf 1 ;xri ot (? ind U vilkI eat tba fitj. Thr Board of llnllk bu lUrUl on a TMaal In I Hlw>N I *11#. ?blf b w*tl Inr lb* krlltk of lha ! ???r Pitt?arauK. Anroat 1* 1M0 Abraham Oallnwar. hart a* a faa Jj in I'hila IMphta diad h?tr 4MM| n ??turdajr Dralh of Dliflnf Iahr4 P?a?iylraal?a. 1 ig|inl X) HW Imh Miliar Parratarr of ttaU mi?r iloaar* <r Ikaik. AUd at itoaa U day of roifwUn f?w A lUapralktr Drawntd. Riirivnat An(?t V 1*0 TVinaa K Katlatt of Olnnaaatar cnotr Vlrglat* I oa Tfcuradaj alfbt. walked orwkflwd fraai a acbnoaat 1 b?n*> for p< rfnlk. and waa drown# d, wblla la a flt *f ognanlnlta Hartallty at Maw Qrlaaw, Jb*. Bainoaaa *1 ?.! _ fk# daat-h* at H#? rtrloan* lor tba ??k aa ting IMk iart , r#a*h'd M* 11 a< tkltb twifNa y allow favor, and ?n# from aholaaa . Th# I.oaMana Ha# tf p pr'-al#<# a Baa kwint Tba bta>H bar# ?aa#>#^ mevtag *lm? ImlS. 1M A ftaoH bora ta Bar tbot tba BrlMab brta { TriNH^b?|-^l ? ?af* M. Mim W^lnl aH j MweliaHlti Klcetion Returns. Boston, August 30, 1850. In the second district (in all but two towns) Uphau (whig) bas 8..'I26; Kautoul, 8,180; PUrpont, 1,1M; scut tering 22. Ljnnfleld and Sangus have jet to b? beard from. There Is no choice. Fnrther return! from the Fourth district, Indicate tl st both I'slfrey and Thompson are further from an election than e?er, In consequence of tho running ef a democratic candidate A* far as lizard from, the returns from flft?i*n to?111 give the followiug result: ? B Thompson. whig 1,79* Palfrey. Iree soil l,4Ji U r'rothiDgb&ui democrat 01. Showiug no choicr The suuie towns in May last, frave : ? Whig 3*1 Free Boil 2 50 nil 0?I Clinrgtd with Murder. Philadelphia Aug 20, 1840. Itrcry Fields. A d dlion McDen&ld ill in Jerry Don nilly, Klira Bhlrree. and Wm. A. Cooper, vera trrwUJ thl* afternoon, and committed for further hearing charged with being concerned iu the murder of Bard the jeweller, last night. All those arrested hail from. New York. Field* was let out of tlie Sing Slog prison a ?-w week* Ago, having been confined there for burglary. Cotton Tor Liverpool. 8arais*ah, August 17, isst The ulilp State Rights cleared h> re. yesterday, for Liverpool. with n cargo of cotton valued at $70 000 Conley mid Ketic's Trailv Sale roiumetiaeo this morning. Wednesday, Ausust 2l.,t, at thoir rooms, 477 end >79 Broadway, corner of White ?trect. This tiny and evening's sale embraces lie large eon* vmnenti of Statioiery. foreign ami dementi , comprising (Hank ll.wks, Faner and t'taj ie Stationery, tie., being one of the rWhost and m ni desirable assortmeati ever offered at ruhlie sale. The **le of stationery rill continue all day to-morrow, .mil to-m rrow evening. The gr.at i a; et -ale will lake p!a-u ? 8it urdsy. the 2*th Inst., at 9 -'cI m k. A. M. la'aozue* of all tti.* safer atu now ready, at tl.e auction rooms. Term of sale, sit months. Tbt constant u?e of one of tlie Hlchellca Ev?r Pointed Gold l'er.s for the last two years, convinces n thai thiy bavo no sap-rior, and ?e doubt if 'hey have their e<|ual. Bold by J. Y. SAVAliZ, <J2 Pulton street, who ha* alio a larpo collection of tine Gold aad Silver Wa'.ohos, wfcioh be sellj very low. We take thli opportunity In call the attention of our numerous leaders to t he New York Hoot and Shoe Emporium of llKOOKS, i.io Fulton street, the largest assortment of Boots, 8hoe?, Gai'ori, and Hi pper* in the city, and for beauty of finish, style, workmanship, and chea^r.ers, cannot be sarpansed. We advise ail to give lma New York, Auftuet iiO, JS'.O U. 8. Hall Steum bip I'acliir ?This is to certify ttiat t he fle'l Telegraph J ha? been us?-d on hoard of this ship, aad I Itavs found it ti answer all the purposes for whiuh it was intended. CAPTAIN E. NYE T'. 8. Mati. Stkawkh Pacinc, ) New Y"RK, August 20, IKS0. J 8m?In reply to your imiuiry relative to the working of ycui Palest T'elograph Bell, 1 ean onlv say that daring the time it has been in use on board of this vessel, it has given genera! satisfaction, having proved Itself correct, not Gable to disarrangement. Yours respectfully, M. If. Thompeon Chief Eni-ineer; Nathan Thompson, J.hn C. Thompson. C. H. Baldwin. First Officer; S P. Quackenbush. Made by t'harlei Ilowland, 372 Greenwich street. <Jo and ire thoee new and Isenntlfal patent Tapestry throe- ply and patent Tapestry Ingrain Carpet*: tl sy cannot be found in any warehouse in tai* eitror country, than at the celebrated ehrapeat carpet establishment la the I'nited States. No. W Bowery, ill RAM AlfDF.RSON'S. They are a great cariosity. Them Five Dollar Bulla ronelat of Clotk Cost, Cassimere Pant*, and fancy Test; also, Over Coatc and Cloak*. to #U> eau; also, a ehoiee lot of kaslaea* Coats, ?1 to (J. Corner Nai-san aad Beekman *treets, and To the Hiflrri.?A young man, who tear bad trn \ tara' eiperi-nc*4 in the bniineti, want* a altnatioa is a bat and cap warehonae, wholesale or retail, a* Saleemaa or to take charge of the trimnrng der trtment. The underpinned ha* been is boaineae on hit own aeeonnt, and apeak* the Frtnrh and Ru/liati Unrtiajea. Good reference* giveo rieaae aclJrtie rri.f, bo* 1,190 Poet Offlae, with real tun, for an Interview. The Plumb? National Uagnrrrean Oalierjr, K". re.I Broadway, centaina the larg?at collection of por trait* if dlatinrniahed indieldnala is thia eoaatry. Ha peiaon ehcnld omit viaitinx Una jnatly celebrated nailery. Jenny Und?Nnrh will be expected and required of tbi* truly wonderful aonttreea apon wbioh there la mom for ?>me doubta, nnlaea Mr. P. T. Bam am sorehuea ene groee of Kelllnger'a large bottlea of Magle Flnid. whieh are eompoeed of maeical and hanaoaloaa mftterlala. If aeed a few daya, w.ll MMM one octave of apara < n?tee, in eaae they ehouid bo reqmrad. Upon thia bead there can be a* doabt. J Harmony and Melody Kit ranrdlnary.?We ' are happy to hove It ia onr power to laform the people #f the vicinity of New York city, that the charming little villa** of Tmerehu been vlelted by a few of the Boat dietin- * gniihad inhahitante of lloaquito Cove, L. I., who InteaJ to live a Concert on their return from the Springe- The* will I dwell a few daya la the immediate vicinity of Dr. KilUacer'a lebaretnry and wet ?p their hill* with a email quantity of | the Dr.'e liarmoaio fluid, and practice a few aiaht* la Cedar Grove. At thia le the flret vlelt of thee* maairal atraagere. onr rill age re may etMct a great treat, the parti- I eulara of whleb, due notice will be gtvea The Badaoa rail ear* will ran every hoar ia the day and evening. The I ticket* will not exooed (10 by the quantity. | Bogle's Aniole, or Vt|tlabla Altering Com- ; pcand.turnlehea magical aaaietaace to a dall rater, allay* all irritation* of the *kia, and promoter a healthy color, and eoftneo* ?,f completion. Sold by the inveator, William Bofle, . It! W?tiiagt'.n atreet, Boaton. A Wort for Bwerylto<lyV. B. Palm- ! cr'* Bnaiaaee Men* Almanac fur IM1,1* traly what It par-a port* la ha. and noba*ine*? mat ahoeld bo withont oa* of I thein. A* a manual of eiatietiee. It ia iavalnahle for the ( <?ee, eonntlag-room, etere, ah ip or dwelling. Priee USi ' cent*, eingle, or per l.tao. T. B PALMKX, Pabllabeg, ( Tribune Building*. *. Wl(ft and Toapeea.? \Mother Ntdal half l?* H l?aHr4 W> VTlB. Hltlhllw fr?r the f.oat ViM aa<i T,.a_ L ?*a Tba public a-e laTilcl *u laapaat bia ao? at<l? (or > 1HI*\ it BAT?'IIFI.nRH celebrated H if Wo. ? Wall i MM. H> ke?;? th? Urfaat and baat tMollBUl la lfe? oil). Corr >' ?ddrc Hair Dj-r ?Batrh?l?r'* Uonaln* Uqnl4 \ Bail Dye, Mil only V>a pn eirtd it lb* mmlMtorj, I VtU I re.I T^e (uMic?h< ?M ?nard ?<?.nft iMltationa. boni ?arl,ut diploaiM. I'ereona who*# hair hat ataaiaad a M trior fr m tht in it tb* tmitaticn t'jroi can bar* It aorracud by talUac aa abora. Copy tba addraaa. a Dr. Ji?in?a l*'. Powrll, Ocnllat, AnrMt, Ac. laratra Ma attanll.a ai lulratj to dltat' it af the lye ant' tar. from K to ? a clock, at 2-M >tr aitmr. tn-ranta IH War- I Eatraat, where eta W bad bit popnlar "Traatlaa na thn , M aditina, price V rami: a', to, hu aalf-actlac ;? aa? ronntaina. Arttlelal F.raa laJaeaad Ooaraud'i Italian I*lrdlralt4 Ifoap wilt tnrr tan, pi m plot. fr?ck|. t. iall<>?htia, fee P?adro fl'i 'il? lot ara<ll?at>n? uf-rh ? hair (rem any pari el tb? k'.dy. J.l'r'id Rn*t f?r pale 1i|t aad nhii'kl. Lilly W t* lor faahet, f>a?haeir. at C Walker atrt-'. Urit at -? us (att la ) Bruadwar: CaMaa^ar. W loath Tbltd ltract. Pi; ?talabla: B? k C?., 'V "vr'tr"" '??. BoaWa MOKKV MAIIKKT. | Tmii. A < 30-4 P. V . Tl.ero I* nothing new In tba rt?ck t?.?rk?t to-d if } Tba latirUt vara a llttla mor# actlee thru we htra i?tlerd for ?< ma tlm* )>aat. but prlcti rrniln with :> !, chacK* Tba market eloM ntk, and. f- >n> the ap ? jwaranca of thlcgt ? i-hu'.d jui(< tha*. f rk Rallr >a '| ml n?dl? I. .Ilr^.a ' ? V- . . ?r- ..... . .iiti no- am m. sn loxtf'T ?u? l?ln?d at pr?wnt prlc?? HoU?r? ?o h??- IHtlt oot Rd?*r rm In thru; tail mailt ?0*n nhinjon all h ip of taflal lag prl'n I ?y r d the#? now turrvnt If p*???til prlrm mr? ?n>(aln*d It will b? the r??alt of th? obftiaary of *p?e?lat< r?. than of uy writ the. Uxk* poaprii ii lnrrotnrati. Tka raetlpU at th* ofl?? of tfa A*?l*Mat ?T?a?)ir?v of tkla port, to-day. imoanltd to }2uo,M3, paym?nU. mm??i MmtHMiWir. Tb* total ?alu? of marckaadiM ttp^rtad fro a Rn t?a to fortlfa porta, f'>r tha watk ?adla< tto 17th la-; (teat, ? a- f>f4 702 H of which fWIM 11 war* loan tie product* Thi> rtporU ft>r th? r ->rr*rp >ndl?j, w?k In 1*40. ?*r* ?alu?d at MM 4T4 4?; la 1M* ?1M,-1 #it IT. Th? Rump* at llallta*. from I.lTcrp'-ol brlogiMTaal da*a lal?r Ini.iii...... i~.? -n ' ? * ?? ? I? ? n"'"r l"?| roamareUt tat?|il|?M In of no llttla iaportMM.I Cotton had daaltard atfhth Of * p?nnr on pr??i"ual quutalioaa. I ml wa aor* Had adraoeol and >aa In W-. t-r d?maad Tb? har?a#t? wrra a U'.tla haak ?ard a ad tlx potato ernp had b?*a nlniltflj ia.inrad by IU-i tiM It >u rapidly aitaadiaff. and f?ar? war* aatacl talaad that lb* rapply of that v?(ataM? aoald ba aarl i nnrly radacad la a flaanrial point of via*, tha ad a rlrat coat I flu* farnrabla An*rl>-aa aacarltlaa vara In' aicr* a*tlr? daaiaal. at llttla hlgfcar prlraa mntlanad abandaat at lovntaa nf Intarrat and Ibara' vara aaiaaroaa indlrationa of tha markM maaiatag. |?Hf. Tlx ann?l?d atatamaat aihlMta th? ?'r"*?t? nanm?n* r-f tha baaka of ihl# Stata. acr wdlnj la ratarac. ...W VIP>P?rwinr, oa ica aoriiinf nf March' ( OOib and J?n? fctth IMfl Tha Vir< !i rrport rtlariu fr<>m 1VU b?nk*. to I lha J un? r?^*rt (rea iat* bank' u l ImiliM or t?? *t?tr ar Kr* T<>aa. fc Km? n. 'it. turn, '* 1?mm *?4 4ltp*ni?? e*??f ? 4lr?a t?r< ??.i m hm i'V*r: [? > 4iu.m All nlMt llaMlitiaa !" lata tr ?tr*. al'aJI. Hl-n I WW iri4U. All lata* *a?fi mIn < ?r? l%r~>7 I IT " I a al <?ta?a S.7407* ? >44*141 l'.??<l> ul K ivvt imir: si.?w t?,u? ?? ta.4n.?i?I Cntillitr;??!* affitr tlan f tl ?>i *?H <(" ! mr* ic.'.NB L> ?.? I ti|wr>? atanaat Mi V? ( rf'trfefw . l"'f/7 <'!"*>?? 7.71! * II Wl 1*1 I ?>t il?aM . ... * I j I-I ?*l r ' i|. a? irliMl ?o.t' na I,?mI . .. J4.M7-* . ft.l,~4r| I ll? at ?a?,?a<?4 (<a*?? * a taat .. A,j*i ?}'lt ? ? ? ?f ??* ... I i < iff p ifKHMl iti OMH 4,7r * * *,( '?. l V*?-I'?l T?!II . 4P7-"!* I - fra taalta* 4-va4 171 ? I Iaaa4 Mitif tnr ... ii MB II i-AS IMI' *rwll4 ? _| I ,\44 tar ?aaM ?*l # Mai waw tw?? tMkt ,?7 j

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