Newspaper of The New York Herald, January 28, 1851, Page 2

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated January 28, 1851 Page 2
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MEW YORK HERALD.' J1III OOBOOI BIIII1T. fBOPBJKrOK AND BDITOB. Mnci B. w. COKNKR M FUI.TON AND HAMAD ?T1. , 1W PAll. V tlKKAlS), 1 cente per e*tuu?$T Nrn*?? * J'fii. HKLKLY Hl.KALU. ever y SyUurd.iv, i it 6I( tmfc par ?' M per annum, the Kim fan edino* ft ;?r on. mum, to imy part of (treat BrM'im, and$t U> any part q/ tit* CinW rnt MA lo Include the foetaue ALL LKi J'LXS try imJ, for ,uU. r tp(u>ntl or w<(A iwicwr mpmnti. to fw poet- p~ui, or Ik* poetage utli Ue dediutod from fOLC^TAhV VOMJLk HP UVDB.VCB, mbAiM* import- | .Mf wuw. toiwtieU from any quarter <?/ CA? i?rW, 1/ iu? ^ tedU be H beraity paid for. On roBUh* CoKKmronnr ,<TB 1 ill fitnct'uiu Hint urrat> to Iiu all Ut fIk, ?Nf> FiOltliU -IVT TO LM. INI NOTH t: t/ikr of a/u?iymo?.? (??nmuiitc rtu?u. ty'e ^ ?W rA rn I/mac rejet-Ut!. ADikJ* TIHKmLNTH renrtotd ever y mwrnir.f. Jl'h I'tLU* TOM c*ec uteii wu^ Mufwii, ^'<^101, an4 %?!??? xvi.. ,.xuib?itr. ABl'BBMBNTS THIS ITIKlNti. If Aid AN CPIRA, Attoi ????> 4vb Jft-urr. 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The Coiims" steamship Arctic arrived &: her Mek early last evening, after having been detained at ll&iifax, where she had eurered for coal, the furauhfd Liver, ool being une.;ril to the deman is ?1 her furnaces. The news brought by her, havj^ beet received already, by telegraph, we have oaly Ui presen: some additional particu tars, furnished by our files of European papers. They five but little elucidation of the principal po litical even'? the trouble in the cabinet of Louis f-apoteot. indeed, no defiai te arrangement seems >? have been madt with r?spec: to the tuture advi sers oi the r reach i resident; and we air cnly left ?c surmise tha' n :eneral Changarnie: should le treated with ar.v want of consideration by the Pre sid* At, there is nothing more probable thin that wery important results may soring from such an Telegraphic Summary, A ve,y i.npcrtaat vote was taken in the House ?f Keresen:*iives, yesterday, on the question of " the rales, in orderjto take ap the River ?ad harbor bill. It was important, inasmuch as the mover pot t! on the ground of a test mot^n Tke r*su!: was. the House refused, by a vote of om hundred and sixteen to seventy, to suspend roles. We, therefore, think that this subect wul lie over ulJ next session, with the tariti ineat.oa and oth-r matters. The bill to supply deficiencies for ej >j ropnatioa* during the present MCai year, was debated at considerable leng:h Now that the appropriation bills have been taken ap, we hope they will engage the attention of the House until they are d*vosed o'. One 0f our Waabinfton correspondents informs u? that the ' ass democrats axe in favor of modifying th? present ?aniT, so as to Increase the duties on foreign coa and iron. A concession oi this kind will, no doubt, be made by the democrats ia both houses, >n view of the next presidential election; for a very important section of the country, Pennsylvania wOi be secured by it to the democratic candidate. q the Senate, petitions were presented praying for the establishment of a line of steamships to Africa, and irorn Philadelphia to Brazil. The bill u> ascertain and settle private land claims in Cali fornia ociuped that body for some time, and was tf d until, for want of a ,'torum, th? Senate adjourned. Our little neighbor, Wm.amsburgh, is, it appears about to be incorporated as a city. She certainly ?m ?ome mettle, but web** her ambition wiU not ceerleap itself. Co>c?s? A?? mi Pt pr. c La-TT'S. ? The Senate of the t nite.J States, dir ng the present ( ongreas, fcave ,e.n remarkably liberal with the public Und? rtii"*<ls "J the new Suites, to canals, and slack water aavigation fader tha bhlli-uit idea that by rrWI* tlon* tht lin<! of impro\ oments, oae half the public lands, in a strip of twelve miles wide, thry increase ti e price ot the remaining half U? double their original value, the most extensive Slants are marie among the mere incidental busi mm of the morning hour. The latest specimen of this sort of senatorial liberality is in the bUl.jMt pa?ed by tije Senate, providing the right of way and a grant of the public land* to aid in the con struction of a railroad from Jackson, M,aa , to Ma U for a similar grtat to a railroad ftfm the Chio hver, opposite Louisville Ky, to St. Louis, Missouri The grant in each ca* is the alternate sections of a strip of land twelve miles wide, the whole length of the road; for where the lands dong the line are taken up,' ?tber and* are to be selected m lieu thereof The crants proposed by this bill wdl be e^nal to some mi.liona of acre, of land-equivalent to a draft upon the treasury of fire millions oi dollars? after a brief discussion of an hoar. This bill, however * W* l?rceive there is another MO befor- the Senate for equaling the grant,, of l-ub.iclamfs to the Mate. ,n they he, ,nder w h w>mr "*enty millions of acres-, uivalent to twenty-five millions of dollars-are to be distributed nmoD? the States. Bat even this Mil in a small po*ato compared w,th 'he scheme of Mr Walker which propo** to grant the whole of the public' 10 lhe States ia Which they lje. h, hy them distributed ia free farm* of oae huadred and waty acres, to actual se tiers. Among all these diUrreut schemes, includiag the H0,ix)0 '>00 of acres required to meet military laad warrants it i. V,k'n " hW rr',^, ,b^ foment Wrfr be re|,.vrd of he burden of Its public domain. I Tfce qaestion then ansrs, are not the old State, '?titled to a shore m the general scramble ? Ia '-e?. Jackson time the surplus proceeds from the public InndP were distributed among all the Statea K?w ork got her proportion, of which sh" i? .till en oy ng the benefit. We take it, that ,f it is e?n. ?titutional U) distribute the money, .t is oaiy upf,n a U?r splitt.nt abstraction that the power to distribute lands among all the States r?n be denied. * *re ,h' I'W'perry of all the Males Ne w Vorh ?e ash, '.holder thepuMf, dOTI1(li0 in ,||inoj | i^ii J k Tr ,n wh,ch ,hrr - fore (i?.t While, there. mil road T'"* *W"y m of acres to inroad, Knd . .nS|, (h, ? annnthsve a few th.,?.,,mi. hV m 1 l?rl' r&ilfoudf. Of for flip . i o, ';u:rr?' ?' r ** i Uny, or for the relief ?f kioadw., i ?? Al- I The treMury I,.. Mt>n.y Wl? ^ I 'ademnities ?nd French spoii,tion. ! ! ?re 'MpecUd to pass) will ?<ld som^ ri h MJje ruhlle debt The r,lMip i.d, JS'u made nseful in relieving the treasury ](? ? ?tremble has f*ir,y , ,d ^,1, 7' * , Her-, new settlers, raMroade ,?d ^ ia ^ Wesi-te ray noihini of free farm, fa e ve r?b v, < threaten to ahaor?. every lcre nl ,he r?t c . j T^.' " " mill,?, j i atm a ere jnhalfy ^pted away at the last ses ' rion. At tiis rite, w? shall soon disuse of th.s splendid patrimony, '^riihout requiring the help of Whitney's or Ben .^., pacific Railroad. la one word, the public <?n<l? tre in rapid process of being squandered t' yjy , There appear* to be no help for it. AH t therefore, that we have to suggest, is, that in i'jj general scramble, the State of New \ oik ? j entitled to have a finger in the pie. A few mil' jona of acres among the California gold mines w.ould not be bad to take. Let us have a fair division. - Ma. Calttoi-n's Ctkkvt Work cm nncCoNSTrru. ' tion ? Richard K. Cralle, Esq , of Lynchburg!^ Virginia, formerly the secretary of Mr. Calhoun, has arrived, in town, with the intention of carrying through the preeo the great work of the late Mr. Cal houa.on the Constitution ofthe United States. South Carolina has appropriated ten thousand dsllar-' to wards publishing and distributing copied of the work throucuout that Stale, and in conjunction with Mr Calhoun's family, has appointed Mr. Cralle to ?any out the intentions of the Legislature. It is proposed also, to publish an edition large enough to niftt the demand in the o her States, of | which Mr. Cralle also has the supervision. ' Mr. Cralle is admirably calculated to edit, in a highly acceptable manner, the work on the consti tution, and we ore gratified to earn tli at he will publish, also, as early as possible, the life and writings of Mr. Calhoun, in a serieiof six or seven handsome volumes. Such a work will be sought for with avidity, by every one who takes an inte rest in the history and accomplishments of our great republic and of our great public men, and we shall await the several i ublications with uncommon anxiety. The Dominion of the Seas. ? A short time since i the -Amerieet> ship Oriental created a great sensa- j tion in LnglanJ, not only in conae uenee of her ! rapid sailing, but by the beauty of her model, and her j general appearance. She was the subject of seve ral articles ia tie London press, and the impression 6he created on tie minds of the British public was i so .favorable that it disturbed the equanimity of some of the ship builders there, one of whom ventured to say, that if a carle blanelu w&3 given to him to build a ship, he would construct one that would outsail the On* nta', or anv other American vessel. This implied challenge'hae not been over looked here. We learn from the best authority that our New York merchants are about to build a clipper ship * hich they will put in competition with any English vessel now in existence, or any that maybe built. The challenge will be sent by the Asia, the next steamship that will leave our shores for England, and the terms will be that the owners of the vessel which beats the ovher on a voyage frtin New York to Liverpool t.;d back, will w.n the beaten vetee'. If w nr- not misuLen this will | wake u; John Bui!. f'.?r what hat ? eea said, he can't ref'i='. Villei ge. T ? Giowth or Btit'-i All o' the pap^r, which have published the abstract of the consul o. this State, exempt the Herald, have copied a blunder from the .libeny Krguttr, by whieh they exhibit a de I crease, m the last ten years, of the population of the beantiful and prosperous Inland In our bay, compri t dog the county of Richmond. Knowing that there was a haadsoue increase in the population of that Island, we corrected the statement in the table publiah | trd in the lltrmlJ; examining, also, the returns for 134o from each county in the State, we showed that Staten Island had increased lu the last ten years 4,071 iuh&bi. tants, or 87 }? per cent. The fellowleg shows the progress of population on Staten Island Irem 1723 to 1840. ? (Wenitii Crrnui. V. 8. C<? ???. Ymr. Pojiulitin. Tear. '? 1728 1 400 IT'.tO 3 .640 17-tl 1 S17 1400 4 443 1737 1 b$li 1810 b 347 1740 2 073 4.Ui4 , 1741' 2 164 18oO 7.084 1746 2 132 1*40. !.>!"?? 1771........ U4T mo 15008 1 Th* Pou" lat ic> o? SI at.? The census of Mit ?ouri bu b*fD resfiT-- J. and exhibits the fcUowing r* inlt, ctnpir?ii with 1&40? via:? ? 1 'SO. b?0. Free 493 930 KB.M2 Blaiee N7 017 68 m Total CSI.M; SS3 702 Incren*? ?t tre* populatien. W, per ceut. Increa/c of tlavca, so per east. Mi**oari will Rain prt ' ably. two BepreMntative* by th* n?w api ortlonmont lor member* of Ucngres*. The Ptate low electa fiva Representative*. The population of 8t. Loula city, Is 77 710; suburb* 6 028. total 12.744. City and county of 6 1. Louie I 104.834. In 1S40, St. Looia elty, 16 40' city and ' coaaty, 3* 979. The World's Fair In London. We hare learned that there la freat netlvhy nmcag our mechanic*, with r?*p*ct to their contribution* to the World'* Fair. In every part of tha country, tha b?at manufacturer* are at work In perfecting their apecimen* of handiwork, anl there ean b? ltttlr doubt, that the skill of the Vnlttd Blatea will be at tested by a vary brilliant exhibition It ia now aacartained that a petition of tba Phila delphia mechanic* to tha government. haa cam* J an c-rdar to be given fir the cntdt of the war steamer Fur ,uebannah. to go direct to London . Thi vosael Is 1 one of tha moat beautiful war iteamera afloat, an l will ! compare favorably with the beat in tha British service The (hip carpenter* of Philadelphia may well b? 1 proud of her, and we have na doubt that *he will nt tract much atvnticn an the buaom of old father j Thame* Among the moat uaefal at well ai ornamental. | g' Oja la preparation we have aven aperimena of lea ther contributed by the Hon Zalect Pratt, ofl'ratt* vill* trgether with a beautifully execated view of 1 the village wblcb wa? fcinded by him The le*ther ! formed not only very superior specimen* of a moot important branch of Am rican Industry but haa been prerared In a manner in the highest i*gre? creditable to Col Pratt. We hazard nothing in *aylag that bla specimens will be among the acet prominent artiolee '? exhibits n They are sample* tram variant lota of 1M COO aide*, tanned by him in five tanneries during I the pa*t year There are threo specimen* freca each of bi* tana<rie* located at I'ratUvltle. WlaJham 1 * Hollow and Aldentille tar.n* d with hemloek bar', and three from hi* establishment at flampton<Ute tanned with oak and hemlock bark and eoa*l*tlng of , *< le and belt leather While upon the "abject. we m?y ?ay that Col Pratt ia well kaown thron/hoat the whole ematry. for the Impetus he haa rv*n to mechanical ait* both in pablic and private life, and the fhet that ?e ha* epent auch time and m' ney frr a leng period of jeare for the advancement ol tne tat?re?u o? m* | rhaalee acd artizan* liquid latltl biu to their ? trm??t regard In the useful and ornamental man. ifaetur** wetiava eeen ale' eon ? remarkable *a*eimen?o( da*.-o?rr*?>typ* apperatu* >nd iafenwtfpea by Mr Hurtaon Mr Harr *on wll ?*t? 1 r nt eeverel ma Line* of (ilBereor "lie* On* ol th?e? i* ?he iar"*et that ba< ever b?? a mid*. ?h!eh will ;>rr.dnre th* largest pi?ture ever taken and without <lletortlo? ft U< a *txt**n In -h focus. The | pletnree tak?n by the matromet ta art- Biairnl' r*nt 1 epeeiinen* r f the art S*v?ral ? f th*e* r'prewnt tti? 1 ereat vnealtet Per<dl Th* ptotareo Intended for the fair are beautifully mount el In air tight eaeee. end are trained with remarkably fla* r?mpMttin Cram**, rrtembllng o.m"la wi i - an American in vention ???????? i Police Iut< lllgcnr*. .4> e?'./t .Ifitf m a Ji*v /i*g. '>0 fluniay | t ight another affray t?- k plae* in the Wowllng ?alocn >io ."MIO |tr'?dway nrarln^iklln atreet k-pt by |te rlwa M It'irne IIMull m Irswn and dle"b*r(??d. ut no one kll>d. I* Of peart ttiat Ml' Marray J'tjn Tiavl* en I <1* irg>- > r- mu* * ?o" into th? eaiooa a* ! they ?ay, to take a irina and wbii? In the ealoon a litpnto at t? l'<t??>-n time an-l Bur^* h ?* were | ?truck and a fgtt endued A man. by the nam * of J' hn J. <tr'? mw^uj b>tt*r knoen ?? Jack the Mamllet a ftkml ^urn? wee in th* hIooii at the time and Interfered to prrteet Burn*, aad In M doing, r*w a pi*t?1 ai.d pr*e< nted it at M .irray Ituru- aleu preeent?d a ptotcl. which ha dieoharged. A gen*r?l mi '? r th< ? took t'ece and the pollr? of the filth ward weroca'led to the ep' t. Hurr.? I. til Qroe?man w.r* tak?n Int* eurtod; and --on rayed t? :he *tatl< n li'aa* In the mornlt g th* p?t?oner? w- re *otvey. .l iwfore Ji.ettre I?*.hrnp Mike doiray appear- 4. and awor* that Puma and Oroeemaa t>>-d c.iuiitt i a violent ? mult by preeent-njr end uie<*h?ri; ?>% a pietr 1 et h.n Th* accue?d partlee were held to t<> ?new** t'i* i barae. A f*w month* eg*, n atl.-ay of a einniar kir.d ti ' k pier* In tht? earn* s!ooa. *aaoed bf two m*a. who i in * 'here (lark th* R*m1i<r wn? ?t.?re |t4 aoeletod Borne <>a thetacjaeli n ( n* 't h* mea r*?? IfM a fotai ?&ond ia the ahdotnna, ?wd a)ed tt)*r*lrr ?. I* It* Ra*|>IW I hie wo . n I wa* ' <id to hav> be?n tnfli tod by ?>*ek th* a tmb**v and I tun* ii, th* do.'?ac* it hie w fe ?h : th* t.h*r man t?iroi,-h th* e r "?-?l>ron, r? |irv !n that '??* ? *' r er*t*i Rntne '? the t itter ?a<l th* ?ien I .I ary Mrn.:?>d th>' i < w , * >' a.'t i. el It ap !>*?.??* in t, ?), , ?. j ?? ?o ind?d parti** wr* 'be *riM*'or? ifr w i ? ,|i 'urn owt In tfc.a Inatanc* . i< aa.ti te be ???n I Xulaiiftirg. &T?jjMuir Valco:*.? Afltr a wt of caly NTiBt; two hoars la port, this tnmI sailed agala, yeatorday afternoon, for New Or 1ms a, via Qtiut, which speaks wall tar the tiimU Is this llaa. In fact, on reaching bar dock on Friday, aha m ia par fact order to ?o to eea again immediately, which ia good evideaoe of her axoallaat qualities aa a seagoing boat. Her owners, Meaara. Law it Co., have spared no expense in the ra pairs on thia vessel, and have all bat entirely remodel ted bar. Bha haa, also, bean supplied with a aaw pair of boilera, from Messrs. Paaae it Murphy a establish ment. her engines hava bean thoroughly overhauled, and the haa undergone a complete re-braclng She baa been also supplied with new well-ventilated bertha, i and every improvement that oauld be adopted haa been introduced into her, to make bar a safe and com fortable eraft. liar paaaeagera' names will be found under the maritime head. STKAMsiiir Paontnuxs.? This at earner lelt our port, yesterday afternoon, for Chagres. Btkamsiup Cheboif.e, Captain Wlndle, will sail for Chagresithla aiternoon. iNTKREsTiNa to BHirrca*. ? The Board of Under writers of New Orleans bare passed the lollewlng im portant resolution-? " Whereas some t ess*- from eastern ports in the United Statea. and e#i eoiaUy from Boaton, carry many tene of stone, and other heavy property on the Jeck*. which oaase the decks to open and leak, and thereby Uama?ir? the cargoes, without arinm.' trorn bal wea ther or peril ? of the s<hx; therefore, be it ?? Besolved. That from and after the flrst day of February, 1861. no nar^o will be coasidered as i-nsured by the companies ana ngen-l** competing this b ard. ' rubject to partial lots or particular average, by any I vestel which carries s' one or heavy deck leads from I any port in the United States to New Orleans.'' I liur V atrial-* Car-io.- The British ship Kitty | Cordes. Findlattr, inavter, cleared at Charleston, S3d lust . for Liverpool, with a cargo of 3 1S)6 bales Upland i cotton, and 8 tierces of rice, weighing 1,235,903 lbs., I valued at f!6^.067 31. N?:w Oi .irrtiuH.? Tli' .lipper sblp F!v!ng Cloud, el l.Ooo tons, dow on the stooka. in the nhipyard of Mr Donald McKay. at Boston, U?? been purchased by Messrs. Grlnnell, Minturn & Co. ef this city, from Messrs. Train S. Co., of botton. She I* all iu frame, atd celled up to the lower deck clamp*, and will be launched in April. Mr. McKay te iot at work upon another clipper ship of 1.800 ton*. Bhe will be named the Eternal, and have a full statue of General Jackson lor a figure head. City latcHlftncr. The Pvrikicatio* ok the Citv ? The Varoacma or | ink Orbina.nlh.? The Mayor the Chief of Police, the ! captain*, and the men of the foroe, are all leading their aid to the suppressWn of nuisances. The City Inspector is actively discharging his peculiar duties. The great drawback Is to be tound in the Interference of some of the Aldermen, who discharge offenders as ; fast as they are arrested. The Justlse* at the Police ' Court*, in general do bettor, though occasionally some i { of these gt a'.lemcn do not come up to the lull measure | | of their duty. The City Inspector is enforcing the , ordinances in reference to the mawure heaps not per- 1 Rjittin/ any manure to be dumped, except at the two 1 I great depositories appointed? on* on each river? 1 between Thirty ninth acd Fortieth streets, ou the , i North river, and between Forty-etshth and forty- 1 I ninth streets, on the East river. The latt e r dejiository j consists ol a bu^e .uarry The following persons j , were taken into custody on Sunday, by the Seven teenth ward poliee. and sent to Court and tiued f 1 i each lor violating the ordinances wl the city, in throw ing ashes into the streets:? Catherine Frank, Mary > lioag. John B. Roman, John llcel. Mary dmith. Mary 1 McNioholl. Mary Rogers. c.nd I'eter Muihany. People ' who are guilty of this filthy habit should take warn- 1 lng, a* the police are determined to enforce the law. Hi Kike Company ok PiiikADXLrmA? Gaasa ; Turn-out ok the Firbmi:* 01 Ntw York ? Last even I in? nearly the whole strength of the Fire Department of this city turned out for pursde in hanor of the Hu- j wane Engine Company ol Philadelphia, now in this city. Tfc? line formed in (.'anal street, the right rest i i) f on Hudson street. The procession was uudsr tU* direction of Mr. John A. Cre^ier. as 0 rand Marshal The engine*, hese carts, and truck*, were all out, i and decorated with flowsrs. some ol them having ! lights suspended all around tbam The rnenibrrs cl f the several companies were dresse-l In full uniform. ' ard marly every company had a band; in f?ct, one : I would imagine that all the musicians in the city wer- ' in requisition The procession marched down Broad- j way to Knlton street. ihrocth Fulton to Nassau street. | up Nassau street to ChatLara and the Bowrry, to (?rrat Jones street, thence to Broadway, aud down Broadway to Canu! I tre, t w'.ri ? the lln* w.m ilMmlrsed | | Tie effect, as the proeesskn extended through that great thoroughfare, with the noddln; light* a'ta->b*d to the engioes and hose mru, and the torches aud lamps carried by 'he link boys, with tli* music cf *o many band*, wi* very impesiBK An immense crowd of -pet'tator* collected on the sidewalk* of the streets 1 through which the procession passed. The finest set ' of fellows In the world are the firemen of New York. The Second Ri. .imi nt? Cnammoi s 1i.e?tio\ or J M? "R BooaKT to tub Cmoii lct.- Laet evening, at ! the M-rcer Douse. Major John A. Bo,;art was unnnl- j | mously elect, d Colon" 1 cf the ^second regiment The two Continental companies ol the twelfth regiment. ! ! who applied f<r admission into the *cc<'nd. and on ; ! whole account the postponement of the election as I irsde bs-k*"l out, and will not now join Brigadier i I (ientral Spioer stated last night, that they requeued j I liira to pcstjirne the election for tieenty flrc d?j a. lie ' > told them teat h<- would not do that but that h> would ! postpen* It for three days. P me of these gentlemen 1 aaked Bo^art wh*:her be would wear the Conti- , oental uniform :f elected, aa in that case they would vote for him. Ills reply was. that It would b- time I enough to consider that 'luertirn when te was elected. . Three Iriahmea and two Soctchmen were lately driven by permeation out of me of these Continental eom T a ules who applied for admission Into the second real. ' ment.anlit Mfl leered that this new element mlgnt , lead to much discord and ill fetlint In the corps That danger, however, Is now ever. The two Sketch I eonianles are not only the cM*ft companies in the r-'gimeat. but for a length ef time constituted the 1 whole regiment Two-thirds of these ci mpatiiu* are Irishmen. All is harmony now in this gallan' c rp?. j and Is likely to be so utiCtr the command of the ex. oellmt ihoire thst has been male of a Colonel. We ' understand the funds of the regiment are greater lhau those ef any other in the militia of this city. Trie Railroad Atrircr.? On Weds* Jay la*T, a ' man by the name ot Peter Riley. ng?m twenty lour vears. a native of IrelanJ. was accidental, y run over 1 ly one ol the ear* on the New York an<l t rie Railroad Both legs were crushed In a terrible m inner by the 1 ar pasting over them The injured man was brought to the City Hospital, where he lingtred In great a/ony until Monday momltg and then expired A leralct was rendered by the Jury accordingly. A* Irmt Imipdv,? At S o'clock on Bat day craning 1 tber* ?!ui a raoet laterestlai row io the Klereath ward ' I etw??n Catherine Uarke Jobn McCau|haa. and M .r | MeCaughaa. Id ?hl<:b Tboua* (??wtbrop. flatter Gawtbrcp and Mary fclnCaapbaa. were laeolvrd ha ring Interfered ?* peacemaker*. Tbey were all arretted to 1 nether 1 ut the latter were *nb*equeatly diaoharged hy A lderiuau Miller The putlN w ere all ralatlv** m" j ther*. la law. ion* In law t.r thi r- iaJ (later* Poker* tot ** ?moothlng iroo? Mllet* of wood. m] *t?ne> and mlMtle* of every description. were freely hT'Uirht Into play, of wblcb the bloody an 1 broken brad* flrdej a rtriklng demonrt ration I T?i? Bowik* Fricteir*. Oarr. A. II. P' r; . Tbi* I **e?H?nt rrmtany will make thMr <?-ib >1 parale on 1 the '.'th of February, la tbtlr newly adopted aad oat 1 uniform whlcb ecn*l*r* of icarlet paat*. whit* *t.~l|>* : bloe refutation jacket. wh;te trimming*; n arlet cloth cap. white otnamnti and ;'n;o n The corp* n'.? 1 tun, her* aleut *l?ty atemVri. m'*t1y ?-tor? and ) r"r r>i th* National Theatre. who take their a- tn* la cf rapllraeat to Mr Thorni!* Bowl**, the gentle tr<a?i:r*r of the e*t*! Mrhm-at. and th com mandant la tfc? managar of tb* National. fn mrs i* or in* ft i nta A> t*n ? Tr nr ??? <> >? I thb Ora> L'i i ? it ihi T?in ih Win - ih? Inlixhi: ! ant* of th# Twelfth war 1 or rather the twner* of open ! U t* there are loud la the'.r loiLran' dennnciatl a* I of tb< etrporatioa contractor* or the in- a whom they trnploy in lakiafl away tb* *uifar* ot th* open lot* | thr'ogbout th* Twelfth ward, forth* purpo** o| fllilag up the ?w .mp throoeh wbl< h th- P*ccnd avenu* run*. : C|poa*te Hell 'iate It Nena that the poll** can take no cignlraoee of th' matter a- It I* r' -erJed a* only a civil Injury not a crlnlnal AllMMl*. *nu aot ? Tin a violation id the city ordinan-** un'.*?* the aact ? i>i drive over the curb Hone* and the ilde walk* tNi? i uru P pli If' ? -It apnear* that th* Mayor If i B)ore|og the law atfalnet utillcea** I public h <?*?>*. of which there are a*ariT a* many a* tboee ? bo pay l|ern*e. A* l^njr a? ipt-nee* are ren1ei"<i B?c# *ary l.y law, It i* bat juMlM to the fair dealer who pay* for tb* Brlvlleg# to prevent tb* iin'<ls*ne*d fiom T'ndlr;. wlio do aot pay In the Fifteenth tarda!' ne tpere are ' ur bar lr*d uallceoeel pahiio heiiv> beetdre portable oi.?? tliat are eonttaaai!? re s oved ftoin rfcanty to ?bant? The iiallaen?ed h ? I ? "tter look oat fhr fqVall* There are ff.ur th'a.?and J < need hou-?* la the olty aad It I* calculated that there are at l??*t Mvea th^af.n I who deal In ;i'ju r? ? that ttr three tboneatid ao l!<-?a*e* are paid. The aldermen. Ihcuyh the charter ha* taken away all eiecatlre p< war fK m them hate In many ln?taa-?? taken npon themaflree the r?*p< ?*ih!llty of ft'iav; perBlt> ahl'h la polat of law, are not worth a cent *'i.iiie,T 'Ci"iti?f,Mii tr Oarr.twor At a Bitetiog of the tru?t*e* cf th!* CoTporatloa b?ld i n the Utth 'nft Robert Orlawell. K? j *a? elaeted Pre.jd-nt W ? did art hear the nam** of the other officer* Thl* ceaietery I* ?tto*t*4 aenr th' aew plan> roail rantilnt ft'ia Pcnth lirooklja to Coae/ t?laaJ It ieabeajtl li : Nil retired ?p?t ak' ut I ; wle? from Faltc a ferry aad con red with fla* old tree* and t'owerlac *hrab> Xaaaoti K ? ?r? ? About ha f | ? t on* o'clock y*t. terday afterneon. a rhlrarey feu in the rear of! V" <A "raag" itre<t hiincintf wlti It b t.b flo-.r> into th* eel- j lar. 1 he faaiiltee in the hoo? escaped nahurt ?r ni.rW DratM ? At 11 o i lock i unlay f"r? noon Oiif<e tin cook r a b' ard the ?)i! p gaillran fell dead whIM he wa? pTfp*iln( dlnmr Tiie c<.foa*r wa? eent fir ami aa lne,i?e?t b'Tog held * rerdlct wa> ret treed '? i?i*?l - f <!ipee?e r.f the heart ' Long ban a family j re?ldii>( at Me. 133 Rl>th etr? t I I I I a- I Pe ? r I>r? I i ? ; narter to 1' C'rlook I ' o Pi. may nh'ht Marf.'aae H tl?on fell In Park row. ??1 ! Kr* ke b?r l? x Pb? wa? found in the afreet by ">n- ef | the Piciad ward police wfer> br> o?ht her to the ho*- ? pital Cm i r t , w i ? *>?> i-.? Thl* inttitutien i? refr*. reat> d to be la a pt'#aero <? rondlttaa The lairer eity i* eiiflt !j eltuatrd at Madtat n.and great lm.>rove meet* are i-efaganade. la tb* addition of a n*eoad build Ing for a Normal B- ho?|, Th* wh< le ln.|< W?dn-?* I* I "0 C?o wbii< tb* arwtg wt M*U?tt?d at f 42,I>iJ M i AM for Ktwmdi. We have beea handed the following letfcr for h?ertira, addreased to Major Dembinski by Mra Brows. It contains important and very interesting information in regard to Kossuth and hii family. Mra Brown is a widow lady, now some 70 years of age. She its the sister of the late Com. Porter, und mother of John P. Brown, dragoman to our lega tion at Constantinople, who is now accompanying Amin Bey on a tour of observation of our country. Mr. Brawn, in common with his generous and noble mother, has always tahen a great interest in behalf of the Hungarian refugees. Mrs. B. ar rived a few month ago, in company with her son, from Constantinople, on a visit to her native land, after a long absence, having been his companion for many years in Turkey. We are very certain thftt the perusal of her interesting letter will re awaken the interest in behalf of Kossuth and the Hungarian refugees, which has been slumbering for the i>ast few months. Last year, upon the ar rival ot the first refugee* who visited our shores, a deep and general sympathy was extended to General Ujhazy and his companions, and money was freely raised for their assistance. Never has there been a time when the aid of the good and generous was so much needed in behalf of the Hungarian?; and never was there a cause having stronger claims upon the heurts ot the citizens of this country. The Hungarians who have arrived within the past year, and settled in this city, have

establifhed a society to aid their countrymen as they arrive upou our shores. The gentlemen comprising the society have determined to make an ? ilori lo raise fundi whereby they may be enabled to extend the lwad ot succor to Kossuth and his comj atriots, and i>rovide the means to relieve the daily calls fnurde by their countrymen wh?*n they first land in our city. A great many inliuential citizens have proposed to unite with them in getting up a benefit for Kossuth uud the Hungarian refu gees; and tlitf meeting to carry into efiect the de sign, will l>e held at the Mercer House, corner of Mercer and Uroome streets, this evenin_', 28th in siant, at seven o'clock. Annexed we give the letter from Mary P. Brown, referred to:? Cuilucothe, Ohio, Jaa IS, 1851. My Dear Couin ami Countess 1 tomWMki I wrote to you both, from Washington City, after i h id received the little letter from the Count ; but since then 1 have not had a line from either of you. 1 of tea think of you, and feel Ml9M ot knowing how you are doing, and if you have suc ceeded in yonr business; and I sincerely hope that you will write to me, and not only tell me every thing that concerns yourselves, but all that you can inform me of the Governor, Kossuth, and your unfortunate exiled countrymen. Perhaps it will give you pleasure to know that I have received a letter from Mr. Shauffler, Rebec, Constantinople, v ho informs nie that Madame Wagner, the lady who brought the Countess Emily D. M oar honse, and who returned to Vienna to bring to Kossuth his children, has returned to Turkey, and is now at Kutaia, with Kossath and his family. The Austri a's hud liberated the children before Madame Wagner reached there, and had given permission for (Mm BBd their tutor to leave" Austria, if any body would pay their expenses to Turkey. Ma dame Wagner, hearing this, was rejoiced, and in discuue sue found her way to where the tutor and children were staying, and gave to the tutor the money that Kossuth had furnished her with for that purpose ; ard us a public conveyance would, in it few Jays, be r> ady to take them down the Danube, they were to be on board in time. Mi dame Wagner kept herself in strict disguise, as a U|| reward was offered by the AuKnans to any one who would capture her, as they had learned that it was she who had gone in search of Madame Kossuth, in the interior of Hungary, in the midst Of those vast pasture Unds, inhabited only by the pueturers and their horned cattle, an. I where, after a long search, she found her, and after encounter ing unheard of difficulties, this heroic lady parsed, with her precious charge, all the Austrian soldiers, and brought, in safety, Madame Kossuth to her afflicted husband But this, my dear friends, I need not dwell on, tisjou were at Shumla, and witnessed their ar rival. But 1 will now return to the children and Madame Wagner, in Vienna. After she had ar ranged that they should embark in the Danube steamer, she fell ill in a private hoarding She had chills and fever?, with spitting ol blood. The day after she took ill, while she was Nying iu bed, hjjd u friend of her sitting beside her, a a strange lady eut> red her room, and addressed her, spying, "IIow do you, Madame Wagner! I am very sorry to see you so ill." Madame Wag ner being mis, icious ol her, did not reoly, but made the sign of the "secret police," whicn the strancer lady answered, convincing Madame Wagner that her suspicions were well founded. The stranger lady, seeing that she had betrayed herself by re timing the sign, left the room immediately, and said to the lady of the house that she would return iu a few minutes, with a carriage, to take Madame Wagner away, where she w ould be better taken care of. This 1 ady was one of the " secret i>olice,' ' and had she captured Madame Wagner, she would have gained the high reward, and Madam'- Wag nf r would have been hung; but a kind Providence, who watches over the juet, had ordered it other wise, The lady, who was sitting beside the oed, told Madame \V apocr she had her carriage at the door. The poor sick lady left her bed, with only her wrapper, Arc , on, went down, and drove to a place of safety, leaving behind her two trunks, \ tilled with the valuables of Kosiuth, which she had aot jossession ol in Hungrary, and was then I taking to him. With difficulty, she reached the same Maimer that Kossuth's children were to go in. bhe still had money bound round her person, and with .-oine of it she bribed the Austrian captiin ; to conceal her until he was ready to atari. .She was Mil! in strict disguise, so much so that when ; the children and tutor paw her they did notiecog liM her. in a few days, she had to HMM the steamboat, as it would stop at a place wher** none but those who had Austrian passports would be permuted to pa*a. She wrote on a scrap of p?per I the name she was gping by, and also wrote, " 1 am goin* where you are going." She slipped the j paper Into the tutor's band, and left the boat, got into a very small Turkish boat, with three or l?ur sailors, and without a ted or any of the cotnfortaof lite, this poor sick lady reached Constantinople. She went immediut' ly to liehec, and the house of tlie Itev. Mr. Shdullicr. This gcntlemin you well know. He taok be r in ; she wag washed, dressed, and comforted ; and after she was restored to h< alth atd strength, Mr. ShauHler, with our other kind American missionary friends, provided her wuh a aaddle und I ridle, clothing, and every com fort she needed, aad she then tuned for Kataia, the abiding place vf poor KoMuth and hi* unfor tunate countrymen, where she arrived safely, after cross, ag the sea of Marmora, and tram Brouaaa ride three days on horseback. The children had reached there before her She wrote from Kutait to Mr Shaullier, that both Gov Koaauth un i hia iedy locked th< pictures of wo and misery. Their dose continent' ut and digress of mind were haste n - ii g them to the grave. They have to be strictly guarded, on account of the Austrian assassins, who ?re ever lurking about to aseasainate thrm The year Ins now expired during which the Sultan in trnd> d keei ing tnem in Turkey ; but as no nation or (wople has aa yet oflcred to take the in out of hi" hands, and carry th^tn away to a country * here they will b? tilfe. he has to keep thciu still, although he knows that they are extremely un happy, and will ere lon<* die if they are j not set at liberty. Thin is a tad, fad ease, alter all tbiit the good, kind- hearted fcttta has done to [save thcrn fiom the knife of the i I A i?tiian executioner, that there is no OhMM | nation offering to tukr them away to their country. where the* will be rife. I know of no other people | who coul.f ao well do it as the Americans < ' ir ! government i know cannot, as it cannot interfere ia the dispatea and wars of other nations. Bit why our citizens do not give evidence of their sjmpstbyfnr the |?*>r unfortunate hossnth, and i ins fttithfal follow* rs, I cannot conceive. After ; all that the Pnltan has done for th>rr, are th y now t?: die for the want of Christina friend*! A few thousand dollars would liberate them irom their confinement, save them from a slow and painful death, and ?et them at liberty upon the Uad 1 if the free. Mr. .^hai tiler Wiitc-a me that none i are tel>e ro much pitied as those who, to save :b? mselvea from starvation, " have renounced their felifioa for that of the Turks;'' as they also ex pected to be e't at libetty to return to Christianity at the end of the year; but aa that ia not the cane, they f.ave become desperate. J tut, my dear friend'. : I need not dwell on thia subject to you, as von have yourselves witnessed all that I hn e in Tur key, of the dietre<? and affliction of your unfortunate countryman while you remained under eur roof. I -me'rady**,*. however, that the time iauot dis tant ?heu the hrar'.e of my countrymen will lie | rpened to succor yours? when hossnth w ill h?* : brought to " the land of the free, and the home o f the brave '' And new I wiftfld resNil te yw my i*n wanderings since I wrote to you from Wash- ! i*#tnn were it aecesearJTj but as I knew that the public i^pers have informed the pnblicaf ourmove ineats, it ia not nece?sary that 1 should I am i ? w >t?) ing with my friend* in the town of Chi lic the, where I resided during my married life, ai.d where my son wis born He, with Mrs. i i rev a and Amin Bey. hnve gone down to N'?w j (?lleaa*; frcm there they will go to Charleston, Smith ? rolma. and then he will come here for me. I i.cpe you will verv soon write to me, and dir* c t to " Mr*. Mary P. Mrown, care of Mr (Jeo. Wotd, ( hdicotke, .'?'?ate of Ohio." I will be here some *? ?? ka yet.? Your aint< re fnend, Mnv P. IJaow.i. j P?llttr*l Intrlllgente, Can Jrieepb t-ane late govi'tn?r 'ifnragoi has h?an nr iriiaatfd tor the presidency in I ? >J by the demo, ra tie m< nib. r? oltka < eastltatloaal Ceareatloa af latif (M | HOARD OF iLDIRIIIN. Jaw. M.-lkif B?*r< mat it tM iiimI hoar. The ?1? utes of lait meeting were read and approved. nCTITIOHS HEKKMHKU 01 ThoaM A. Davia. to pave a portion of Broadway with eaat Iron; of O. L?e Knapp for a W??e ot Catha rina Slip ferry ; manorial of John P. Fraaier, rolatlva to nuisance at 87 Day street; of Bdward Inaddeu and others, lor a aacond olass lira engine to be looated near the boundaries ol the Fourteenth and ttiith ward*; against taxing pay scb'>olx; of 0. W Klmore and others, owner* and oeou pants of property in Pulton atreet. requesting that awning poet* muy be removed In aaid street, lor a sewer in Twenty-seventh street, lrom Tenth avenue to Hudson river; ot Thomn Eat, for Haggle g north side ot Delancy street, from Man gin to Uoerek street ; remonstrance of Bobert Gor don against widening and extending Trinity Place. H krcjnTd AnorTED. Report at the Committee on the Law Department, on a communication troui the counsel to the Corporation respecting the teim of office of policemen appointed to 1111 a vacancy, which was ordered on file The com mittee reported that the principle has been well settlei} In various decisions; that Sheriffs and the Register j,f of the city and county of New York, held their ofllces respectively, lor the lull term* allowed by law, whether they b? original appointees or appointed to fill a vacancy. The s'.m(J prlnoiple is applicable to police, in the opinion of the Corporation counsel. Ot the Cov^iittee on Streets, in favor of regulating, letting ei-.rb and gutter stones, flagging side walks, and paving the carriage way of Twenty sixth street, frcia Tenth avenue to llulson river, lhe report of thaCroton Aqueduct Board, with ordinance molifylng the water rates, which wu or dered to be printed, was laid upon the table. The Board then adjourned until live o'clock this afternoon. HOAR I ? OF ASSISTANT ALDEK.MK.V. Jan. 27.? The board n-.?t it Qve o'clock this after noon. Present, the President ot the board, and a que rurn of members. m:titio!?s. For a fire hydrant in Ninth avenue, between Thirty eighth and Thirty-ninth streets. Referred. Ite monstrance of persons In Sixth avenue, agalnel railway in tald avenue. Referred 01 sundry persons, for a pier at the foot ol lUvlngtea street. Referred. Of Richard Scott, to have Forty-sixth street, be tween Fifth and Seventh a\enucs, regulated and graded. RKFORTS ADOPTED. Concurring to confirm contract for filling it runken lota between Thirty- fourth and Thirty- tilth streets and First and Second avenncs. Concurring In favor of sewer in Warren street, from near West Broadway, to and through Greenwich street to Murray street. hksoll'Tions. To remove pump in Cansevoort 'tttot, between Washington and West streets. Adopted To repair Washington street, between Robinson and Vesey street?. Adopted. To flag sidewalk on southwest corner ol Eleventh street and avenue C. Referred. To regulate and pave, set curb and gutter stones, and flag sidewalks In Fifty first street, lrom Klghth to Tenth avenues. Referred To ltemove pump in Uudson street, on aoathweit corner of Vandam street. Adopted. The Forrest Divorce Caie. ST TEEJUF. CiiUKT? SPECIAL. TERM. J Alt. 27. ? Catharine JV. / Vn est, Plaintiff, Edicin Forrest, Defendant ?In reference to this cue, Mr. J. Van Bursa stated to tbe Judge that be had seen an affidavit pub lished in the N'W York Herald, ot this morning, purporting to he the affidavit of Mr. John Sinclair, and to have been presented on buhalt of Mrs. Forrest; as be bad bad no notice or knowledge of tbe presenta tion of such an affidavit, he prerumed the statement ?ii incorrect, and desired to know the facts from tbe court. The Judge remarked that seme such affidavit bad been banded in to bim by Mr. Chase. 011 bt half of Mrs. liorrest. Mr. Cbase raid tbut tbe attiiavit hid been received from Kngland t\nc.? tbe motion in tbe case had been submitted to the court, and that he had given verbal notice to Mr. Van Buren and bis partner, Mr Robin ' son.tba.he intended to present it to the J udge, and bad done so on that day, alter waiting until thu court bad got through with its ? t.her business. Mr Van Buren urged that this proceeding was en tirely irregular, that no propor notice bad been givun ot tbs intended presentation ol the paper; aud that the presenting of the affidavit and its publication war* both irregular and a fraud upon the defendant and j on the court. If courts should allow such a method of proceduie. there would be no protection to tbe I rights of parties concern*.!; that the occurrence re Iferred to by Mr. Chase took place some three weeks since; that he bad notified Mr. Chase that be should oppose such application; that, on leaving court. hW partner, Mr Jlobinson. bad remained till its adjourn ment, Icr tl ? purpose of opposing the application, and tLat no such motion bad been made to the knowledge of either cf tUm. Mr. Van Buren inquired of tbe i Judge, if themotien bad been made in open conrt. She Court did not distinctly remember. Mr Chase replied that it had. Mr \ an But > n contended that th* whole prooeedlng w?- irregular After ihe plaiiiti.1 had exhausted Ame ! rica in procuring all. davits on her behalf, it was ' scarcely proper tnat she should have recourse to Ku cpe without regular. y apprising his , itr. Van Bu ren's) clicnt cr himself. The Jud/e said that the proceeding was lrregulur. Mr. Chase then said that a regular notice would be given to the aJverse party ol tne application to pre i s?nt tbe paper 1 The J i. age Intimated that he had lookea into the pa ' per. and tnat be detmed it irrelevant aud should deny any mch motion as that mentioned by Mr Chase ; aud that in tbe meantime the affidavit of Mr. Sinclair must j bt returned to Mr. Chase. The Forrest Divorce Case. TO THE EPITOR OF THE HE E ALP. As s Hi ilavit of John Sinclair having been published In the JhialJ of jesterday, and tbe proceedings of Mrs. Forrest's attorney. In legard to that affidavit, having been pronounced by Judge Kdmonds entirely Irregular, it is but just to Mr. Forrest to say that at a proper time he will prove, by un unimpea-hable wit ness. that Mr. Sinclair has. at divers times proclaimed what was <tated in Mr. Forrest s affidavit; and we Lrajssy it is not a little i-lngu'.ar that Mr. Sinclair should. In bis affidavit have sworn to a fact, whioh is yet to be decided wb?ther Mr Forrist has sworn "falsely or n't as to the "guilt, " 'conduct." and ? intenti'.rs " ot Mr S s daughter. AUG 18. <1 (lulri Clrrnlt Court. Tha Uon. Ju'lft* Ilettr pr ?sl.Un.Tf T1IE bEATll OF AI KV \NDER OAKUI.NKK, Hv>. Jan 27.? Tbe court Intimated that noctliclal eonau nleatlon had b>-'n u yet reodvedfrom bl* honor .'udge N'luor a* to tbe aucce*eor of the late Mr. Uardlaer u elerkjaf tha Cireoit Court. If be Jld not hear of tbeap p? intK' nt in tb>- ? ourae of the day, ha would direct tba cleik of lb* Metrlct Court. (Mr. Morton) uudor the jodlc laiy atatute of 17*? to act until the vacancy w filled The I . 8 Dirtrltft Attareey, (Mr J. rraacott Hall.) then roue, and Id reference ta tb' deoilu of Mr. Gard ner. raid : ? May it pirate yoar Hanor: -Since lb# lart adjaurn ment of the Circuit Court of the I nlt'-d Jltates In tbl* circuit, if ha* met wi'h a tudtl?n; unexpected. and aflletlT' lor*, by tbe death of Ita excellent clerk Mr. Alexatder Gardiner. In perfect health on Thureday. tba lftb day of tlie pie' t nt month ha waa. on the kmc ceedleg Tue*d?y rut down by the fell de*tr*yar and numbered with tbi dead In year* Mr Gardiner had not coma op to half tbe period allot t> d m tb* ordinary limit of a well regulated life: andif at the moment of hi* audden arrert hi* anticipation* were to him fail of hope, ro nl?o wera they full Of promise. We indge of men, aa to their future pro*pert? when In mid career, at meehat by tbe j.act action* and ] ?at et<nt* of tbelr live*; and menaurlog Mr Gardiner by thla atanda-d. tbe day* which we ba l reaarn to tru?t wer* yet In ?t<>re for tin, ft ?*?,?. d all that wa* honorable an 1 much that wti fbeerin^ A eh<>rt ( arret of ?rop-r at ttntlon to bl* protewicnal *tudlea. of *!:l-t integrity of d<f*r<nr* to hi* auperlora in a?-e, of regard fcr*hi? own pcrltlop. and tbe jurt < xpectation of hU friend*. tnie u> all a rliht to aunpcie that hi* after Ufa, had be bern *pnrtd aouid hare been not < nly respectable in It'e'f but of fair example to other*. T"t. " in a m c?nt. In lh? twlnkl'it; tf an eye h? baa bet n rat down. " and aided to the !oog li*t of thoie who hare pae*. d away like tb* IMVM ot autumn, j aexer to return. In my nffir'al rapacity I bare had orcaalon to be plated In or. tart with Mr. Gardiner In Many matter*, eome of which *ere of contlderaMa Intec at '?n a.i occaelan* I found him attentive and firm in the diii barge ot Li* dutie?. ? euiteou* lu de. portment. inltble in manner* and In temper. Mf 1 r> /ard for htm. and *<? tar aa I kn- w the regard of my j rofe??l<.c*l brethren for Mr Gardln- r. whi au-h that I think rayaelf jnatifled In making Ibia ecu: t to put upon Ita record" ar tie exprevalon, nit only of it* good rpml' n of the dec< ua? d. -ut of rejjret for bl* lo*i and ! therefore mr?e that tbl ? rcurt do ntw adjourn, ai.d that the cau'f ot it* adjournment be entered on Ita minute* Tba Jmlge tbonjbt the motion rf th? Dtetrict Attor ney a tery proper one. and he fnlly roaeurted in the ?entlnw-nt* e*| r? ?d kr him. He lher< lore Wed that court V adjourned f?r the dny. Val'nili M! Valti'tlnrlllwTnltlf h*< Juil rj ea*d * ?r Ira aid in..rtrn at el V almtine* at the Kar< rian, Itl Brt'daar Neiiee.- I> ty P tf- a rure'iBi ir a ticktt (ei Talil* a (frBad ftsev Drlir C.tI< at < Mlllt .-) Hall, m ill be ? ntliUI to i'.a full aim (|I) a Valeat aer.crla faa j or aa< lal artlcl'* f ir< rj 4' ?erft t; i. . from the m?a*? ?' f<t at the Imp'jiien' Tt?k't* *f.'>ald It ? ali<:d f?i *o- * ai t'.ey ai? telliaa rii iillr. __________ Flarctoi tea ? T??o near aiid btantlllil Pl a?e*. *j the ktrt waktrf, lor ah rheap. Atr'rat VVdt *4- \ way, Wvk ttor*. ______ _ C*pt?ln ltyi ?lera antl l>?um ritot| |.e< T! t li i'.tdi cf Capta ii Rjadr ta w ill ?? 1 1< a*ad t* kh w t t.r ?l tht teat tlairnrrr* It . j-r nrr i?ken of tke *k??' DxirM tea* Irnan, 'Jan ke ?? <? at (> * irrrraa ??? ry af *.I.DUUDO,mBtta<?l!,( ia?r I Di.ii at* t. A T-artj '* drlkw y of itilrwl ?i*m? to lip rr pter^nra l In 4*11 in i t-r p nmina i,- ai 1 ?? a mn* ^r*e?fut In i ft' ha?'t ""a ?a a " >"i ? r \l > , ' v | > afna Otl'* taitl, ?*!.?* e*# Claa. *e, at . H- adwtv.t m de ,'<ent ia tLI.- a't'Bi U-tiaieav *>?(.< Id hart )n ikithar. Vlnlr I>f r.? Il?t*hel?i "? Iriel nr tanrone I.I* aeid lia r l?r?, a" rel"tr*-.?d la I. ait a. i'a> s u at a, Phllad' !|1. a, Dali ?*. W ? nfoa, c.a ???;> ? ?r? e'.r?d trntlne at t *. e nitaafaot. r- . t H ?11 ??.rte* N' ? Vcrl T!ir fiiMic tior W??rr n( r ,ib* r ?;t?. f?, m ? II Ilotaaa f it t^r Kit ?l. 'leaale aud ra.ail, or a^^liti. t.??j L* addrca*. Dr. Jamr* W. Powell raatl*atatdtll*iHlj n nr f!? r cf ua 1 ) ii I Frr. fr' m !>il a da Hi a' * r ? ? ? el, ? '?n kai .. < " T ? -? ' ii If." t ? e," ' 1 'rd .h' - |>ri ? e?n'*. A. ' *' '? ** lea im*. *i I uat the ' rr' taia, ? ill mare I k* tj* t atB] *1 ijt. Cant < r ??f ihr l inai? Thf aymptaaa*, atatlatiee. aad ir?a>*t'nt ot I ?"f >t the I'ltmi nfe'l? trratrd of ia -he Trkmary armfc. r el T' a f alpet, tlited a/ Ideai*! ft. t> ' e ? D ?' ( ??? < eea'a. ililliMI Hk/iJaN k CO., 1 Ail/I Bt?*t> HAILS FOR EUROPE. 1 he steamahip Asia, Oapt. L*ag, will 1mt? this port, to- Borrow soon, for Liverpool Her mailt will cIom h half past 14 o'olosk In tha morning. The Wmur Biuu will be published at half past O'clock. How U the tunc to m?u? yonrwlf* BcilM iB* Lot. at the new village ol College folia, aboat ainUe miln ftr.m New York. It has Just been lafl uut into M)0 lota, 50 b? 100, eMk lot The hrat WO arc selllaK at tho low price ot 47J. and 2u of th?m remain jet ua*olJ. Thorn who apply thi? day, may save 125. There will|b? two ateanV-its running to a* d from the above Tillage from the tim of March, every halt hour? faro, oulj ?>S? centi. Onl- ' the mvaey will be required to t. i-?.? ?uwn, IbJ ttTOjjv in monthly in^talmeutn. All preo'-^.oa will lo u <?J to prevent the establishment of a?^ business that will pr^?? detrimental ?p the healt> anj prosperity of raid villine. This place will, und' u' ?,dlj. iaereaee very rabidly, aa r. 1 1 v ol those who hav? .irtadj purchased are zoing to baild im-? mediately. I r'jB four to tweuty lota will bo jo'.d n> < ??ir? n ,/ f*. 'eated iuimud lately. A If oral ulseoaat will 9? paid^ t? (hiioewhe art disuoeod to puroi.&fo as abOTil. Call ?* ".aeutico ol Loealev at Flats nor. 2?7 afreet, froat nine A. M to nlno P. M. There will be a railr<>?d Bade, ta run from w lliianiaburgh to Fluehin^, and also a plank rued; and 'hen tbe merchant and meohanic can be in the city lore 7 o'olnok is the xiornisg This i? one of the lest chanoea yet offered ia th<e country. It il Letter than Mot* riaania, Ferdbam, or MonticeUo. Modern Architecture -T6? proper melhixl of occupying a lot 2.'> by 100, so au to ?ouibin? the frea' eutr deiree of a'ti'tic beauty, eoouomy, and health, is fnl'y dc? tailed in the February No. of the Scalpel #4 p.-tei, irt ' ont?, Fot Mil, by ADKIANCE, MIEHMaS ?l CO.. H Aftor Rous?. Pha ion's Ma^lc Hair Dye, to Color tho Hair or W Makers, the moment it is applied it ithout iajurjf to the hair or iVi?. It can be washed immediately, witLeat disturbing the color, and has no bed odor. It is applied, or sold, at PUaLON'S ? ip Factory. No. 1S<7 Broadway, oomec of Day street; and by all the druKgists, city ant: country. Wlft and Toupeca.? Persons wlalilnf m euperior Wig or Toupee should oall at Batcheior'ft celebrated Wig faetory, No. 4 Wall IS Th?y will *.? 1 he perfectly uaderetsads all their rauulresnrsta; no or ? ' e ?? how ciOcclt. be nevor falls to tit the head; iu taot he kn i/rs his bnsinem, and makes a haaiaesa of it. Copy hi* addrtw, aad give bim a oall XOREir MABKKT. Moncir. Jan. 2J ? 6 1' M The stock market was rather firm te-day, an 1 the price* generally sustained. The tales were large io> principally lor cash, without much variation, compil ed with the prices of .Saturday. The market improv* ed. Farmers- Trust, advanced 1>,' per cent; Canton. 7 , Long Island, l.'i ; Kdgoworth, U ? Portsmouth l)ry 1'ock. Jg ; Illinois Internal Improreraent h I'vnn. i's, >4. Erie reoedei . ; and Reading, '*? At tha second board, Kdgvworth imprcyed '? : I'orui* mouth Dry I>ock. %, Farmtr't Trust. Long Island, receded ' I. The demand tor money has semibly lajreas-d with* in a few day t past, amongst tha brokers. TuurWu per oent per annum was freely paid on Reading HaU" read and Moriia Canal Co. stocks, for demand loan* and wa understand the offerings at the banks are la cr< ating. The followisg it the statement to-day, of the A?slt? tant Treasurer of the United States at this port Recehred tHa.1^7 24 Paid, 90,0 io 4? Balance 3.881 ,C0S OS The State Treasurer cf Wisconsin giros a yery fa vorable accoant ol' the public finances since th? or^ ganUatlon of th<> goyernment. The total reeaip'-a o the genera', tund, since the organization of the 6tat? gorprnment, were $100,218 63, and the expenditure* f U2 '.'09 81, leaving a balance in the treasury of $7,94S 91. The MKtimated rectlpts for 1861 are >104, d28, au?l the exp^ndl'.ures $89,193 80. The sohoal fund on tha 1st intt , amounted to $638,094 41. The astetted raloo of taxable property In 1849 was $24 960 004, in 1860 $27,46Q,0<0? showing an inarease In one year of $2,600, ? 000. This f mall increase it the retnlt of the act af thft lait Legislature, changing the basltof taxable pro perty. TbeGavernor of Mittonri r?pr?sents the flaancial affairs of the Btate to be In a very fleurishing eonii tion. On the 1st of Ootober, 1860. there was In th* treasury the turn of $488,196 66; but th* revenue for th* two years ending October 1st, 1860 was $620,736 29; and it i* estimated that the revenue for the a*xt two years, if ther* be no change In th* present laws, will not fell rhort oi $660 t The amount of taxable pro? perty in the State is set down at $79 460.647 07; of which the aaseMed yalue of land U $31,312 391 77; of towa lots, $22,441,468; ?f slayts, $17,772,180; ofothac personal property. $7,731 .60S 20. Th* Etat* owes the bank $12i,026 40. or at lewt, that amount I* claimed by her, The 0 oyer nor propoaes ? re organization of th* bank, aad th* adoption *f sn*M measures as will entirely disconnect th* Stat* from It. Tb* Stat* debt is $960,261 ; but fron this, two tarns are to be taken, whioh will reduce it to $922,901 40; and fron this may h* dednctad $272,203 30, amount *t Stat* fto:k la the bank, th* int*reat on whi*h Is paid bj and th* bank 1* responsible for th* principal. During the year 1861. $206 301 oi State indebtedoes* falls due, aad this has to be provided for by th* L*gis> la tar*. Th* reetipt* ef th* Termoat and Ma***cha**tt# Railroad Company for the y*ar 1860 amounted to >177,094 08. against $145,117 69 In 1849-ahowior aa ln*reaf*. in 1360, of $32 607 99. It Is stated that the net profits of 1860. after paying expense, interest ?a bonds. 1*., are a trill* less than *n* dollar per share of th* capital stock. ?lotk Exrhange $J"00 111 la*. Tmr 1W '1 looshtf rtmr-octk DD 11% a?tf> p.nn 6 s M XW d* 1 > S>?io Brie ' a, IW ll?'.4 3Tf da NSi M>0 do 1-iJ 1?)V, 100 do 11 ' !>??? do do 1<V\ I HT do 21*0 Ms j R.vsr Dds r'J IUO do 14>Z 10<W Erie lae we VtBarlemKB < M <V sou lad Hate Ys 14 >4 2V) d<> ike 10 sh> Brta.lwsy Bk 10H Jo Sten artta *7 119 Madiaca aad lad par M) <lo 4'.W CO do 101 SMReadiaj UK J<! 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