Newspaper of The New York Herald, March 21, 1851, Page 2

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated March 21, 1851 Page 2
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?t?M tut Mr Jcrdaa m aeeocUUU wl'Jt Mr Hereon l? the proMouUuu of OwpwUrl trial Mora ttey <???? oontlrt the defendant here and of thi* we I ?< a'ead there lno r?id?noe Mr Mather Mi J that lh?i wa* preTed la the depoel Umi' ot Mr V anderruort Oouoeel then asked aeTeral eth?r propcmtiea-< of U? >cd taot to be submitted to the jury Bon* ot wh?ih thr jud?e acquieeoea In. remarking that of ounree the jmry understood that ail the averments in tfce indictment moat be proved before they can con ?tot The ury then about hall part 8?e r> elock) retired laad. after teenty U>e minute* entered the cuurt with ? verdict ot guilty Ob application of eouneel for the defendant, the ?curt deferred fenleuoe. givia/ time to prepare a bill of exceptions which will be pr??euted on friday next (this day) It will then be dende.i whether there are ?ofHelent trreunds tor the application tor a new trtal, ?* whether the sentence shall be at onoe proaouuoed i\EW YORK HERALD. JAMKS GORDON BEND ETT, PROVRUCTuR AND 1DITOR. wncl S 'A*. COtNU JK jTLTON ASV KAVIAU >T? rtoc lUaiLV HL.KJ1LU, 1 cent i | ter eopy-V per ffli WKKKL Y HtiUiLU. every Sot unUg , ?* ptf ? opy, >n $.lpci annum, the ?.u itifean r.dtti&n 9* per to any ydrt n/ Ureal Britain, .mj (a any m*rt t] in, '<?/'! loitulude the pottage. ^TOL US TJiHY COHRESPUAVKXCK, eontmtmng xmmor'.atil n> ? otu tied from ?>. * </<tar(er of the world; %/ mind, u.-tll be lib, tall ^ paidfor. Ova Fuswai Coiu.t* ??*' ?M? ABB FikTll I I AMI.V KKVtl'UITKD TO &UL ALX b)1'U< IDS I'aCKAOBB Kit TO I'B. A l.L l.K TT UllS b y mail for iubtcrijtiom, or wxth jedii.tu menu, to he pott-paid, or the pa tlafe leiU be iU 4-iird frt m 'be motif remitted. NO X OI'ICK takm of anmynwui commuiucalioru. ? ? A* il?< return thuee r<.j-cted. 4*jVt.H I ISKMKNT$ return every) mur ?in0. JOIi PMAfTltiQ executed wit\ iitdnett, cheapneit, m~U JitpaHb. V?tuu? XVI Nuual>?r 73. AMCSBBLNTS THIS BVBN1NG. K*IHV TOKATSI, Bcvcr?? Bki-thbbob? Q-i. Bla*. WHOAD Wat TBRATRB ??T? !ri?m Ho.iiii- T?> i? rm Tmi-iii That Uurreii it hut 0>l). ? ISLO'e OARDRN, Thb Toodlbb- U??.iA.' -Cuiiim. _____ BCBTO.%"S TUKATHK. Chamber* ifr<n-A SxOB r Raj..m ?fir A Mr bbv Osi-Divui CorfKhrtALD. NATIONAL THBATHE, Ch?--t?m ?*rw?? Qaibv Brat ?AD -Bi-iui Afl? Brinnv. BBOt'QUAH'a LYCIUB Ktu?4w?j- D . t id Cnr r ?:*? iald ? Woaijj* It ia -Ye Dh'iili a*i Da. Fa. rro?. OBB15TYS BINSTKBLS. Beohtmog' Hi J, 472 Bro?<l??? - ?miopia* Bintraj-ai. fILliOWS' BIN8TELS, TeUowi' Oj*r? Huum,<4? Bro?4 Mr-fTHioriA> MinHTBIXSY. AUlie AN MrSKCM-Aavw^fc Pukibahco Ar il AtlH ?TENI1??. ' YORK ABFHITEBaTRB. S7 Bow*rr-B<iCBaTKiA> IBBA^CM. Washington hall-pabobaba o? tki i*iL?au^t ??**IIEB?. ?ATTLBR'B COBBORABA, tomtt of Tbirtctath llrHI <*i Br?M??j ?1BBBYA BOOBS? Panorama of IBZLAVD York, Friday, March il. 1851. Tike KipccUd Itt iiBi rh The Arctic, Capt. Luce, from Liverpool, with fttfv mm to tbe 8th, and the Frauklin, Capt. Wot M, from Havre and Southdmpton, with news to ifec 5th inetttt, are now due. The Crescent City, Capt. Tanner, with two weeks later intelligence town California, ia due to-day ; the Ohio, witii ihe ?eh/or 0^ maiJu may be expected to-morrow. Tbt Freshest Xitrm <>111 readers will find under our telegraphic head Mm concluding proceeding* ?t the Anti-Kent Con ?riuui, which has been in session in Albany for momr days pant. It will be seen that they have passed a series of resolutions of the regular social* tot stamp These resolutions are quite characte Mtii m their way. While declaring un>iuilili--d aeapect nd obedience to the constitution ami the laws, the aati- renters also say they will accept of aathwg else than the absolute ownership in fee oi ike coil cnltivated and improved by their labor. This it cunaistenjy with a vengeance ; but it m of the ^ocialis* school, and perfectly in unison with ihe doctrines of these modem reformers to?J 4ranagoguea They also resnlvwd that the national laad reformers, or vote yourself a :<trm gentry, are aae at heart and in principle, aad therefore recom naend tbe latter to support the anti-rent ticket. We have m> doubt that the two organizations entertain very *itr.i!ar \iewa, because they are ?aly effahoota of that socialist movement in this Stale and the North which is gnawing at tbe t itals ?f society, and threatening to precipitate us into disarder, eivil war, and anarchy They should, feowe -er, have goue a step further. They should hsve faced the music at once, and declared that aaii reutism was identical wtth Reward socialism, with Weed and Greeley-ism, and that the aboli and socialis' sboald likewise support Iheir tickets. They will come to this soon. In aa?t her year, they will, like the abolitionists and sssialistt, kick he constitution aMde, and come out Mat footed for plunder and anarchy. We certainly bvt in Strang'- times. < >ne might almost suppose, ascorditi: to what we see going on around iw, that "Manifest destiny" was leading us to civil war, ma the establishment of military desj<otitm .a tea of oar prea-nt institutions. The Assessment laws occupied the atieaunn of ?ae branch of the Iv* slature )ia-.erdav, and were ike sat ie ct i f some remarks of a r>ght character A* long as there is no un.fortn rule o? aHaestiifUt ikrasghout the State, mm" diatr.cta will pajr more thai, they tui'ht, and others less W-- are satie.i'd that, undf-r the present system, the City ?f K? w '( ork | -iys more la proportion towards ? j> par mg :te Stale government than n|ht to be ?aaated Item b ?*r. in the " rural districts th> sssesscr* *-?*u at <ir<itc? to the cu?tom of "iili plar We shall have somatfciag to say oa this eshjeH at mother time. Any aamt er of protests, p?r??oal <** ,.aaat?oo?. aad bte> ?nnj?s amon? th<* mernc rs of the Le 1>, mark the pvocacdiaf s of that body yes:er. day, grcsmg oat of the elct'ion of Mr Fish. ? ilis amaunts to nothing. As I af ai the moral ?flsct i. ( that fiecnon is concerned, t is quits im aaUi..l whf.her it is legul or illegal The fac. thai fc*- was 'l-c-d, shows the aaimw of the uu fsmy of the ?nemi? i - ot that both , and the Increase ?f Jjewardif n, s< ? .alum, an I abolitioaism .a thu Mate No one cares for the "lection of Mr. t i*h as aa individual; hat tbe prmci, le which was it the hoatom of hie election, sad on wh th it turned, n all atd all to the fu'ure peac, welfare, and pr<>?;< nly si tlii* jr? ?: -Slate. < f the who'*- North, of the Vaisa itself The U|Mht jre, ii affiifi, u II leave Albany this evening on a visit to t'l.g metropolis W shosid think they wante-l some relit f aud rncr a >k>s after electing Mr Fish Th y may calsalite sa being wagoned around on a tour ol iaapectioa Is the Institutions" by our Common ?' ?a > cil, sad sa a jaaketimf at Bia< well ? Island, or eon* sWier pi see Oar reanera will had u our cola nas to-dsy. a variety of interesting news, which we received last aaght by teiegrs, h We leant tha* the M?-ii n ' Senate has declared the grant of th*' r '/tit of way ,s j'o?e < .re gory arcross th# Isthmus of T< h > m ? I*# forfeited The canala of this Stat? are to be opened for navigation on the I Vh of April Jfone too aoon I>a<ly Sallolk, the heroine oi a hun dred contests on the turf, has beea beaten m a rac-* i with Lady Kate. Lady Suffolk h \? won m >re yars^s than nay other horse living, but it ?"-ni1 ' she has been obliged to yield at last The .-^acretary of the Treawiry, it appears, do?s aot know wha* coastrnttlM to pat upoa Mr. iiua ?er's hill, jassed at the last session of f^oagr?-<s, aprointiog four appraisers at large, with certain power* At one tune he determined to inel'He ^reight as a part of the costs and cha/g"s sf mer c handise, hot he has r*ce4e<| from that This is a ??ry impor aat matter to the mercantile 'onun s aity, aad th* ulumat# det i,na of th* Hscretiry will be looked for with a *re?t .>*' ?>y ? hem Thai is another of Ike * .,? of hasty ?m! .wparfrct iegiatauon. iicw many r-iorc s.rr^su i?- i saaacee are shaii had ao on? can h.: ac rftvto we shall have of thera Fr? ?Meatl*) R?aI*i?ou ?f llw ?kl| ikr UtlwUto Md iMertMB NdaHaU. For PrtnJenl, WILLIAM H IKWABB whlu ma*'. For V\ct-Prt*ui>nt, FHKDKRICK DOl'OLAB, (bUek mfta) . la accordance with the sign* of the times, and j the tendency of the course of the abolition whigs, we have howled the na es of the candidates who will, in all probability, be norn nated one of these days by the abolition whig* of New York and the Ncrth, at the next elejiion, for the Presidency and Vice Presidency. We have not hoisted thi ni, a:- political editors do, exactly with the view of supporting there distinguished state smen, black or while; just the reverse. We shall o,pose their doctrines, their laduence, their power, and their electios, to ihe best of our ability, now, henceforth, and for ever. Abolitionism and socialism are both now inden tided, under ihe auspices of Seward, with the whig party in New York, and we shall discuss them at length dunng the canvass and contest that are be fore us. in Kuro;?e, European socialism de-troyed the prospects of a sensible republic in France, .a | < irrinanv, and in Italy; and, by ihe disorganization, atd ultraiem, and immorality, and irrelig.o:i, and wickedness ot thsir advocates, the o.fotients of free government re-establish* d military despotisms in tLose nations, of a stronger and firmer character lhau ai y which previously ruled in that quarter of the world. American socialiatu, now in us incep tion, no * in i s firr t movements, under ihe guidance ot William 11 Seward, the socialist candidate t< r the Presidency, and Fr?d- Ikiuglas, colored mu, their candidate for the Vice- Presidency, nny pro cetd slcwly, ni.d take a long time to produce its r? suits, ptiliape tive, ten, fifteen, or twenty years, but its j*ditieal consequences will be pre cisely the same un this continent as those of Euro pean socialism in Europe? the disruption of the great Union republic *f the United States, and th? erection cf ir.oitary des.iotisms all o/er the free States, and one great one for the South. The anti-slavery element, the leading principle of Sew ard's socialism, is slowly but surely un iermn ir? 'he w hole North, corrupting public opinion, and destioj ing ?he veneration which has been felt lor halt a i' utury for the constitution; is over-riding all cons.itutional scruple*; is proceeding with a pa:e as certain is the tide rises ani time li es, in driving the Southern Stales into seceision and dis union, and to cover the whole continent with di_ turbance, disorder, civ.l war, and military des potiims. William H. Seward, the political exponent ot this principle in the North, is the leader, and a very powerful and influential leader, of thii party, and their chosen instrument, to carry out their views and produce these re sults. He is assisted by able, unscrupulous, ta lented, end reckless men, in the pulpit as well as out of it, in the newspaper press and at public meet ings; and he even makes the President of the United States and his whole cabinet, from their > moral imbecihty, subservient to his wishes, and aiders in his designs. Thurlow Weed, James Watson Webb, and Horace Greeley, with all their associates, and the several journals of which they are the reputed conductors, are more or less engaged and pledged to him in some way; although seme of them, from mental incapa city or vanity, may not tee the results which such a movement, conducted on such principles, must ! lead to in the politics of this unhappy nation. William H. Seward, the great Americui social ? ,st, and representative of abolitionism in its first and last phases, is, probably, one of the ablest and most efficient politicians that ever arose in this State. Without the virtues of John Jay, or Alex ander Hamilton, of the revolution, he has nearly all their talent, combined with the recklessness and tact of Afron Burr, a combination which has already .-nftraeded the fame of De Witt Clinton, or the jolitical sagacity of Martin Van Buren. Seward has carried the Governor and Senator in this State; and, unless in the next election, the in telligence, the intellect, and i>atriotism of every s<nnble man, trom Buffalo to New \ork, be awakened to the crisis, the foundation will he laid, by another popular victory of the abolitionists, for the utter and positive aliena tion of the South from the North, for the de struction of this Union, and th? total annihilation I of the pr< spenty and commercial wealth of this great metropolis, and of every town on the line of our canal# and railroads, Last and West. What have the silver greys done 1 They have exhibited deplorable weakness, imbecility, and folly. What ha\i theumrn crmmiittes accomplshcd ! They have collected funds, published speeches, and made themselves ridiculous by their imbecility in a va riety of ways. It is now time for the intellect and intelligence of this metropolis, and of every com mercial village of this State, to bethink themselves of the situa'ion of tins republic, the extraordinary pre gress of William H Sew lrd, and the .iancerou* movemei. ts cf the sMialista. Wake up, for we are in the beuinnii.i,' of u great csmpiign, which will la?t f?>r year-, and wlmh will end, ei.litrr in the triuu r>h of the I cion and the constitution, or the erection o! military despotism over its remains. ( *ioiir *i F-ast ? Trial Conviction ok VVti ? * \ t' k HroorePiogoi Kurfiii, in I'orou. tKt- ik.? WiiU the stool-pigeon edior, 11 caught at !?st. The Poll 't Oatellt win* tu b? following iii i h<- v- ike of AW Hunt int'i On h; ullbouzh tb?* edi'or at the bitter sbe? t, with ome ain:u'?|e poin's of about him, was mors tinned axunsi than unnicsf in the miefornwes which c*?r'o<>k him Wilkes was tried within the Kit two or three days. on an n.dictment found apuintt hun fur (?ublistiir tc a hlxl ?n Mr Jordan, lalf Attorney Gent ral of ibta Stite. Tlin li ?el cr>*v out of *oiii* trao^ictioLB and trials e ?nnect*d *ith a certnia ?et of specalator*, called tlie K ><J4 Salvage Com pany. The Ki.ld Company *m a a,> jrious s( -etil% tion T he origmtJ parties cejmposiDT it tfot at log gerheids am-a? th? went befi re court* ? ad arai rt juries, hal iudictmeat? found, an I com me need civil scions agaiast each other. Ju the couiae of his duty, Mr. Jordan wat called u,K>n to try some of these ndictmeaU, aad, ai usual, he p*r fom.rd his part without wavering, and without reproach The dr lie <| aeat specula tots, in order to protect ih. "?? !v?s, laduee i th< P'>h i (iaztt't U> uke a particular tide, and, in proaecutins that par po# e , the li>l was written and published by Wilkes, the great stool-pigeon editor. This is a brief view of the whole case. la another column, our rtaiert will find a reJ ort of the very admirable charge of Judge Htrculo ia the ea*e, a charge which gives an exposition of the law of libel, the dunes of the free press, aad the rgh'e of jarfz ? and juries, in a cl- ?*r* r aad more emphatic manner than a ay that was ' presiout'y presented to tl?e corrmunt'jr home > of the views of this eallgLieoiil rough keep- J sie io<f|e are altogether different from those rc- i c?atly promulgated by Judge i;reenwr.od, of j Brooklyn; b t we do not th.nk, although Judge i < "eawaod, tf 'he neighboring cry, may di Her in C iaion "B certain points With the ronghkee;*ie j judge, thai therefore the opitiuas ?f the latte r are weakeaed at regards correct law. good sense, or high intelligence We rather th<ak, however, that 'he skle judge m Brooklyn might add a aew pii.naclr to hu> pil< of Ugal learning, tf he weie to study with csre the < harge of Judge itarcuJo, aad treasure up his points i# 'be most retentive corners of his memory We are sorry for George Wilkes. For a long lime he has been in the habit of aaying, what he thought, very hard things against this journal and jtsedito*; but still we feel sorry for the man, al though his misfortunes are the conse., nearer of hi* own silliaess and folly. The I'Uist Gazrttt, of wh b for several year* pa*t he has been the ed te.r, was r.rifiaalfy e?tabli?hed by l.aoch I. Ca mo, formerly a ?ery respectable police reporter ia the of tbe ,Ve*c York llnrmU la th/? msatge {..?ntu -ut *) m*i by ?;*wri *M coNu?t?d with moderation, dignity, tact, and Mme Accre tion. Camp, however, left it at aa early day, and it tell entirely into the huii of Wilkes, and cottrut of rtool pigeon editors, lawyera, reporters, and ?fenta, who have hurried it on to ita present career, to the pro ulgation of some of the moet atrocioaa libels, aad the perpetration of bo me of the worat conspiracies that have start led thia community for a number of years past. Under the influence of Warner, a I alool pigeon lawyer, who has run away; of One-eyed Thompeon, a criminal of years -landing, who got corn' red, anl destroyed hi* two exis | tencejandof varioua other disreputable and crimi I nal parties; some of the moat atrocious acta were i committed against innocent parties, that were ever I perpetrated m any civ hzed community. We allude ! particularly t# the famous^torpedo charge, and va ' rioua other charges, against the I'rurys, all of 1 which have been swept away by the promulgation of truth and the triumph of justice. We may allude also to the persecution of James Arlington , I>nnet? the charges of forgery and fraud, and aline~t murder, that were made against him through the scm'* channel, every one of which wai mauu I facti'rrd by the assistance of One-eye?t Thompeon I and his fellow a?ociates, acting under he influ j ence of the Pohct Uuzcttt. Thus begins th?* reaction, founded on justice wd innocence, and thus it will continue until the oris ? nutors and perpetrators of these tumour stool pigeon conspiracies, nhijh every now und then startled the community wstlun the la*t few year-1, ?h<ill all scattered to the winds. Wilkes will return to this city to stand more trials for libel; for dozens and dozens of them are staring him iii the face. Li it Kaon Vkne/i ha? By the arrival of the brig Fayettevllle. Kc?d. at Baltimore, la?t Sunday, datas have been received from l.aguayra to the 24th ultimo, at wbirb time tbe new President, IJonagas. bad not termed fell cabinet. He bad, by a decree deolared all public office! vaoant. Everything remained quiet, aud business was active. Tbe oeffee erop, however, was below an average yield. Marine Affairs. Bpli ncid Tair.? Tbe eehooner Sierra Nevada. Capt. L. B. Kdwards, of gag II arbor, made the trip re cently tram Shanghai to San Fraaoisco a distanse of 6 000 miles. In thirty-four days, averaging on tbe whole trip abont seven and a half knots per hour which Is laid to be the greatest distance ever made In as many eoa?eeutlve days by any veessl on record. The fcierra Nevada brought to San Fraa?i*co a chest of tea. as a present to Prssident Fi'lmore, which was only sixty-nine days from Shanghai? thirty-four days from China to dan Francisco, and thirty five days from that eity to New York. It k at Saa.? Packet *bip Columbia, arrived yester day from Liverpool, reports seeing, 7th instant, in lat. 44 uii Ion. >1 32, large icebergs, and quantities of field ioe twenty miles long and two miles broad. The packet ship llenry Clay, also arrived yesterday from Liverpool saw on the 8th, in lat. 44 20. Ion. 48 10. five large icebergs; and on the 0th. in lat 43 60, Ion. 52 lo' two son. of large size. 8TKA?i*Hir Ei Dorado. Capt. Wright, sailed yester dsy morning lor Chagres, alter completing the repairs to her floats. Lm'fkhki ? The fin* ship Tropic lllrd, recently built at South l>art Bouts for William Prno Uowlmil aud titers. ot New llcdlord. by Matthews. Muho* Co., was launched on Tuesday last at ball past eight, In fine style. Her dimension? are as follows ?Length en deck ti feet; breadth of beam S3 (eet; depth cf hold 11 (eet; burthen 320 tone. She la to be employed In the sperm whale fishery. and commanded by Win. B. BtanUn. of Mew Bedford. At South Hoeton on Wednesday . by Meaarii. Brings. a clipper ahlp of about 1,010 tone called the Southern Cross owned bv Messrs Baker Sl Morrill and in tended (or the California and Baet India trade. She in built In the moat thorough manner l.eugth lTu feet; breadth ot beam 80 and depth of hold 21. Con vent Ion of Gentlemen of Color. rOUUCAL RELATION'S, AND MIXED OK "EI ARATE EDtCATlOM. l.ift evening, the Contention of colored men met in tha basement of the Bhiloh Preebyterian Charch, In Prince street. The meeting was well attended. Mr Wiii.iam J. Wr son presided. Dr. T Joins.* Whits, and Mr. John P Tn&nr*o%, acted aa eeeretartea. The minutes of the laat meeting having been read ? Mr. ItiiS. Pi man read the report of the Com mittee on Political Relatione, aa follows ? ?roar on political. relations. Mr President and lellow citizens? As a committee on the political relations (>t the colored pa<ple. we leave to aubmlt the following report aa the result of onr deliberation. It la no ordinary taak to prepare a document suf ficiently comprehensive to convey a correct Idea of tha necessity ana the Intention ot this report, and we can mly console oarselvea with the pleating redactions, that in discharging the duty which has devolved upon US. we were governed by the strongest Inclination to serve the interest ot our people. On a careful examination ot our political history, wa have arrived at the conclusion that, slnoe 1821, there hae existed In this ceunttt a disposition to extinguish the rights and privil- gea which were enjoyed by all trsenien f revicus to that data The spirit by waich the American people were Kor"rned during the revo lutltaary war, was manifested in the tirst cocaiitu tlon ol this and other States cl the lair-n. by ? xtend ing to all fratmen, abova twenty. one year*, the right oftraocMse. irrespective if romplectii nal c aside ra tions The tact that wa exer -i-e tte privilege under a pr-jaeriptlve provision in the C< net itutlon. and that in Mew Jersey. Peaaaylvanla. Delaware ana In the Southern and Weatirn 8t*te* our people are de prived of It entirely, is a sufficient prcot that a l?aa liberal lee ling esifts towards us The baneful elfe- t which has r?rult?-d from proerriptive legislation has daveiojed Itself in a'l the ramifications of cur existence iu this country The principle which has j.r< rnpte 1 theaa prooss dings sgaintt the ca'irej p-ople ia hated upon the tal?e pr??ts?s that w* are ' an interior race and are inrapal le ol eiere'rtrg sufficient judg ment In tti" political al!alrs of the coautry It this risnder eouli be sustains 1 I y a 'Ingle fart, it would airir I u? son - ?atlsfnotian to know that wh'la men ate not tree firm this w<ahnt?* The report ol the committee of the Common t'ouocil of this rlty. In refi rene? to th.- use of cGtiv|i*r? to vote lot respectable caLdlda'es rughtto be aull tie ot to desfrcv the ob jections against extending tl e fianchlse to the colored ten pie. But His same principle has developed iteelf in caucus meetings e< nip' ?ei of perrons who c< nsider tl.eciseUe* tar skperitr to u ia point of moral* and a'though the teld ney if to d' ?troy the purl'v -f the ballot b< x yet thera is no remedy for this evil We do not allude to these tiaua tlona with of re< ? tvirg any rr nsolatl' b lor the treatment w>- have rtaahrsd. but to atata the fai ' that th' re are colored men who are deprived ot th*ir r :ht. If tf>ey??reln t r*ser Ion <f It they would Mt dtb>-f their caahoe?l by l arfirlBt a**y tl.'lr votes The line which has so Jsf-tlDi tly dl>ld"d Iksartffel and tbe white per pie In this Ma - fcas pUi-eluslna j< ltl?r so an'msli us th*t e?n in e??. ?* where the i repcD'' in favor oi it - r ucctafal party ws* ib? remit of cnr vote#. )et It has a'?er b> m aeknew |e<Jr-d by thoaa whc ? p? Ulicaili<tet e ta wei ? subset *> 1 by it Th?' eeneluslon arriva l a' - 1 tltus faci.* w U shew that > o* tlforfe to promot tlslitmit ofaiharof the pel tieal partiee are rratu:ti it< on <urpsrt snd tor the future we ought to he .oert d hv rucb m to>| as ? II ?n?H? mi to to/ tnlin a'.i.bmay b ? u?'D>J D?c*??arj to l*f*t.; ?rh*r ultlttiro If ih*lr principle# ?b<u;d fc* em*i<>r?d s* at war with r ur int?r*"? To carry cut thia Idra w ? mu?t tbaa Co n oar l#dl?idt>a| ritnai otlna with the old o?r ti*? and ??fal>li#b *o ? r t?" ?'lon Ibr ui h< nt Ht Itat* to ?t abl# v to n:ppr>rt fueh ?Jat*? M ?r<- krc-wo to b- ta> u who will J*t?il thaitjht* tf th* nppr* ">'? w baa# flr<* tboour,! c< : r? a ??t*r* a t l.i# Ftat? wti.rb ar?t Mfli '?nt to *n abla o? to ecBtrol tb* Plata W I' ?? !?nt lal tit etlona, *lt ' ptlra un.l*r ?xfraordlBar.r rh ,n >:??< >> ?ur!i ? yivrrutd tte poHtical :.t .fi.rltig tb# - uri| ii;n which rcrulua in tiff ating to th# Pr ?id> u r tU ? ata Orim! Tat lor To ?l#w tnia ?uVj#rt wp?r2elai'y and io canceiim *itbtfc*'ar' lh?t h?r>?[' ?'tf than leur hundred Ibctwai.d whlta *ot*r? in th* i t# it appear rot #Bl? ?fotUtl'-*! la a* to ar*un# eo li jrh in U ror of t ur ability, tut It woull I." etaalderaj b? n,"--r a? antlruXUity But M tllit ?, -niB^tJor.a Tko-Tld >>? fu?t? rn u b* tCBtawctf *? will |.r???Bt ?u 'h a* w,U be jufl?l#bt to bear out car pi?ibt?e? lb" p .iitl-al parti** In thla Btat* at* ro a< it'.t * a*', l bat eaatbaa two Ki. Bi r? l * tea a?r# *t:ffi( iarit to ca- r th?#M-ii n la'tNft'Qk" ?hiah do-# i?r t tli* nuaib*r of *fl?red fr*#ho|d?t* iB IttttUn tad W i ?m burjtb . In 1M4. the majority !or the. ll*t'ial Colltgat, **? 1 ;oo ?l?icii wUl alow ttat uad<r t ? ?.>??* nr??*M? cliri mitanr.'* bo party v u.4 fu"~*?d if o$>p'**J tif 8># 'haueaud ?nt#r? unUaa th?r? ?fc'ud b* ? ?r#at >'haat? iD the re'.atit# ?t ??? r? ?t?r of !b* whi* or i?moeratlr part} In tb'? Hat > Tbi rt Br* :i?#? wbeo th# Mat# may be <-arr;. 1 tya iery .a?/# rote. a* a ? b* *i?'-tlon of th>- ?at* '*Cf Wt'rht aadalfo bi??i,r. c*#*<ir, but it oarurf froia tb? want -f batmaay m tb* rank* rf ?llh*r of tha a?D ?Blm/ pdrtlM Mat a thla ratlrw bo laf*r*aa* et u>d b? drawn ?blrh an la ?nj? ?* rt an /? th* main faatara of th> pr jp- a at. n h w# hatra l.a-a I ur ra.?Biatlon l ot th* m at important qu*?tu>n tnat riant< lt< *? If in tbi* roaa?etKn i* ?bat ,?r th* aul l-tlarary pKitT win aaanBt^ a poaiUoa wLiab will i<arinoaii< with tb* U?a* imb*-li*l la tbia r*port Th* aotwar tr tbi* qii*?tlr n rnaaot amasat* ft m u* but tr< a> th"** t? whetu It r*f*r# Tt# D*'*??ity af id*Btlf;lB< oor??l raa with tha ilbar ty party baa ba? n b*for* u* for tb* laat tw?l?* year* b?t a* w* could aot *** bow aur iot#r**t i-nat'i b* pro mot*il by that orfaaiMtlOB, wa bar* a.-t?d on a aif f*r*at ba*l* Tb* importaat qnaatl' na to b? d*cid*<l In tbia Ptat* lytha n*'t *l?*tl"n. mak-a It laipafaHva that tha *olot?.i p?>?pl# aad th* lfbarty part ? aboui l uBltaupon a plan that will *aahl* oa to act la aa *ff??tlta man- > a*r la all t.h# nowatlaa in th* Ptata. a^alaat any BOB- i bfaa* It* whic* m?j hart ?ar iti ai? A* aoppraMttsof | M| MMINI which m*y U 4*MMd M involvlsg the to>twi> ol lINdtlB. The propriety of Mtlag on the propoettion ot your oodoIMm may be qvutUixl by some bat irtry man la this country who appreclatee th? notlrw by which we are i(owm4, will oomaad, ul not ocuari It. OB former eotwlou, wo have pursued Uio oourao which would harmonise witb tb? views ol tbo party wo designed to lupport; bat a* our orgaalzatlona wore not sufficiently eitenslre to oommand Hay respect, i aaauy wbo ow?<i their election to our rotes were tbe moat active in opposing our lntereat. Kfom this oause. the liberty party baa stood out from otber organizations, but a? tbe time has eom* f or | us to ocoupy a position in dr truce of our rights, let no man shrink irom tbe rrspoaaibliity wblcb may devolve , upou him. Tbe objection wbicb baa been urged against tbe old political partlra tor their want ot honesty is not eutfi | ol?nt to justify us in tearing them in possession of tbe I llsld, unlets we bad the means to promote our interest | without their aid Your committee believe. that the i banner that waved over 1'iUOUO treemen in this 8-atn, ' in 1848, will again fleet to tbe breeze; and, in spite of I all prescriptive crgauiiation against it, its cause will trumpb. We approved ot'the principle of tbe party, upon the i ground ot its national feature; and at it involved the I <tue?tion ol freedom in the territory, it wai sufficient to (OBuinil our support. Tbe position we occupied in the contest mty be re t lew el at the present time to illustrate tbe idta in re ference to tbe future; and at our actions were in bar m<>by ?Uh tbe liberty party, it will be a suffl' lent jus tlDcatlon to sustain us in all occasion*, wheu we may be called upon to act from the same niotlveH In 1849 aud 60 we supported a aillereut ticket, and ! the result ot tbe election in -tovrinber last will give a I belter idea ot our strength tban anything we can say In this report but unlesn tbe party ansuuie a position that will enable them to oomoianil tbe continence ot 1 tbe people, it ia clear that they cannut maintain their abcoialousorganization. We wage no war agaiust the whig cr the democratic party, but against tbe servile principle that prompts men to act in opposition to th> tr honest convictions Mr. Chairman and lellow citizens, in contemplatiag upon tbe luture history ot thu fciate of New Yotk ?e strive in vaiu to suppress the deep emotion of our feelings, and in spite el her oppressive treatment we are net unfaithful to ber interest SVe have sufficient confluence in tbe people ot the Empire fta'.e to be lieve tbat we bxve their sympathy; aud although i time-strviug uu n may deceive them and interpose . bet eeen us uti4 our rights yet justice will execute her ; will in bet ail o< our oppi.-rsed lace. Signed. respectfully, by LEWIS II. PUTNAM. K'JBT. UAMILTON. Dr. McCfNt Smith said there tu one statement ill thin report thai was not strintiy corn at. The colored men were not disfrRuchlsed in all the Southern State* for lu'tance. in rtlptaift, tb?y were placed on the i faoi? baeia as the Whites. Mr. Pi tram? Yea. but a property quantisation. Mr. Bell- My friend forgot to state that the colored men art- dUtranchiied in ?' the State of steady habits,'1 I Connecticut. Her. Mr. OARDiJtri. said there wan one recommenda tion in the report iiuc hs heartily applauded and I which he hoped would oe lully carried out. and that I was, to keep aloot iron the irreat political parties, and , to ar t totally ind< pendtnt or them. | A motion having been made to adopt the report, the i motion wa* d< ? lared to be carried.

A njrmb-r objected. Mr 0 k6k< k T. Dimsn'i said he was sorry to see so much lul?warmnesa about voting. Only a few gene i rally iot*u on each hide of the question, and the great ; body of tin- meeting did not vote at all. The Ciiaihman then put the question again, and re | quested tnat a hearty txpre?e>on should be giren either way. A thundering " aye" was then heard frcm all parts ot the bouse, and only a solitary * no." The P* mi dent having placed Mr. Thomas L Jen nings in the chair, then proceeded to mi the Urst part ot the report ot the Committee on Education; and Mr. John J. Zlilli read the second part, em bracing the statistics. each pait having been draws up by the respsetlve reader. Th? iirst part ot the rep?rt advocated a higher and better education than had yet been obtained tor the colored people. It complained of the spirit ef caste tampering and crippling ther youth, even where it did not exoluile from educational privile ges A spirit ofself-defenoe and self-dependence was en forced. and the necessity of having educators of their own stamp, of themselves, and made by them It con demned that hat in band system ot dependence ho universal among colored people.of looking to and b< * ging from others, what they have the means and ability ol supplying for themselves. The text books ot the eotumon schools were not sufficient. The mecha nic arts, and the various branches <-t trade and ind?* try should be Introduced, and workshops should be appendages to the schools. Agriculture should also be a subject of study, aad an agricultural school ought to be established in seme good locality? say on the Oerrlt dmith lamia. The report recommends a high j eebool in t he vicinity ot New York for the people of , color and the appointment ot an organization to cairy out that object Tn? statistical portion of the report states that there are taught in all the publlo i schools ol the city 1.664. and the average attendance 1,246 Mr. McKeen. the Superintendent ol Common School says there have been In the publlo sr'iools j of New York, during the paet year, of colored children 2,020 8c ' ' for promotion of education among oolcred ran 012 Alms ilense and House ol Refuge, probably 60 The Ward Schools Colored Orphan Asylum 912 142 2tiS> Tetal S^M Frcm tt e foregoing. it appeari that one eighth at the whole colored populate n of the city are under : lohola?tic education be*ide? an evening rchool, in which there are taught 217 pHMM Th? report re ' commend- that an aaaociatiou consisting of at lraat forty ladle* and tarty gentlemen, be organi/et. to a* cure a fulltr atttadaaoe of the children, and of pro viding ??mplcyment tor them wLen they leave rehool, totupply clothing to cUildro-n kept from school by the want bf it. and to hold a lair once in the year to make an appeal lor fund*. The foregoing it an abetract of tha report which would occepy about two colnma-i. Dr. M< 0>?: Hxith wished the chairman wouli state ' how. in hit opinion they would be able to procure the high clar* of Uacher* be epoke of The great difficulty we that other etsplovmeata brought greater remune ration than that ot teaching Another point waa. tha want of clithe* ot lame colored children, which, from , the pride c! mother*, prevented their attendance at reboot, cauaed lor the m> *t part by the policy office* lie wished to kaow bow tbi* waa to b? remedied. He* CiiiUm B. Rav laid be thought thla report war the bert ot the rerle* tor it hit the right nail, and hit it oa the head. In reference to the pride of parent* in not tending th.-ir ra/ged children to aebod. it w?a no doubt a becoming pride, bnt it waa a fact that they permitted them to go ill over New York, while tb? ? ek'-ol* were often at their door*. re that they would he leu t i pore J by aenuing the ui to tchool than by keying them back. H r O 1' tewaipn , (who keep* the beat oyatari la the city ) raid be thought the recommendation of a higher ayatem el education an exeellaat *ugge*ti<B. It wcula b? derirab.e to appoint a committee io oarry aut that ruggrtlioa. Dr Jlit'i m Hmitm thought it waa wiM. a? fnr a* thry could, to tend their jcuth te tho?e college* and h *d *thun)* whtie colored pupil* wer>' adiul*sib> aa iu the New England B'a'.ea. 1 he graat cauM ef tha et'.r?Lg? n.i nt betwtea tlu whit* and colored rase* wa* bringing th< m tip r-paiateiy. In Ma**acbu*ett*, wb>-re tliia ?a* not the t-aM, the prejudice* pr vailing In f on, e cithei State* Old not e*l*t Hud tho chief rnau at tke heud of the temperance '-aura waa a man of color lor th- color-- 1 people were found to aretmiiate with the wtites. it! it ear therefore. im|>ortanr. that tbry *hr uld arall tb"iu/elte? of all opportunities 01 a joint education Mr. WniiiM.i Witfow, the I'recident. *ai 1 hawu ia favor o| tending cn< red children into th? ?? h?>l* it whitactl.dren wnenever Ihey could gu there ? o ptoper tern.* it a>iy ench reboot* eillted. It h*d Lee a raid that in Mariachu*' t'e. tha eoloicd ebtldien ka<l ' i uai ad ear. tag? r a ? the wbHee. >i r Mi' ?>* 8mh ,i ? Kaeept In the city oM!'*t >n I!*t Mr llii' and iu the great Tillage of Fiincetfii in New Jerrey. our colore! ohilirea are poked dowa to one corset of the room Bo that I bad to carry my boy to Mao aohueettl to be educated Mr b- ?m- . raid that be b-ared It would look tucou rtrteal ia the year IS.1I. whea they were looking t r e<iual rtgb'r to lie looking for a e?paret* and proecrtp tlve aiiura'ion lor th?m??l>>* Unler* they were ?aiven to it by dire i?ce**j'y, be wa* againtt the eepneat' ^ *t> in iter Mr a. ? r ? ?> n ?*id. Iar?lvr*r.-e to thai part ef the r> pmt that rtiated to want of 'lothe* m < *au** tor eb troui rchool be generally found thattl i , loditleri ci e rf the parent* wa* lb- real c*u??. It j wa* ? o in 1'hlln delpbia a* well a* New York an I It wa* | L't canned ti Hi. Ii lie wa*. therefore, ia favor of the ap| i iat taeot (I aa orgaou-ttiun to vlrlt and tolue tk" par* at* to a?nd their uhii'lren to atb'io: Wub regard to th? pi.netple of < Juratl >n he i?id that *ay ether than th? public tchowl wa* linn mpa'ifcle with republican goeern :i?mt. ro long a- they bad ibe literary in-'ltui. ?* ? t war with the i;eniu* of rrpuViloaabra. the pe- pie ?Mti lever ad vane*. Ih- re ought to be no rich <>r yoovtekool; hat <ne <na.moa reliool lor all. lutb* rcboi 1 In atiioh he wa? educate 1 in !'eoo*>lv*tia an boy 'Jar* to call another "Mack. ' and ? teaoh>r. a Mrginlan wa* turned out ol hi* Mtaatlon for ab irlng t>im (Mr '.-rdiner ) ?fc n a b <j at *cbool. be'-au** k* wh* ?f * black r mplexloa rn*n l?hip* wee* form id with eehaal fellow* ?h ch lartel for life th-reit *?< that the black *gd th? wbltf youth ivfk? t upog eacti ? tiler aitb Vindam, aad wh?re ttie iniellrit of ?le a' t< or r w*? <? mi ntUateJ U be e^ual to that of tt* pile f? ? *. Thi* ptodu *4 a le*p*el lor him whl-t? 1'ier ied. Khra loming from the Po-ith lato the flee flat**. JOU know the (liflerea-e by the bedite* It i? Ike ?*me in pa**leg from pr"?erlptlv* Coaaectl tot to M**<acbu>etl*. Ia the Htet* of Maaeacb i?ett* . the *tr a* It wer* more xalabrlou* be?aii?* It ha* mete oflll,*rty ('irrat eheering and *hout*ol That .?ttsr.' In Spring-Held, Wilbeahani and other part* of M*rwrbix*tt* tbera wetaeefcaola la irbioh theta wa* ar fil-a made between M* k aa J white The rprin 'T then wrat ob to *ay that be paid *1 to per I w? 'k lot tU adopted child, wblcb wrought hi* pe k*t btffl. J!*v Mr ??Id colored <hi)dr?n wor* k.*U?r 'do* t '>1 n " ?hit? o'hroln than in tb?'r ? <?n. ?nd h? th. <!it s^y nuuht to knock th? dt-of ??! alt ?t??f ? *,cr ? ci ? .ro>?l<n for th?if cMI?tr?B. !!? did Bit '?fi i*f? th# colored too<>hOT#, but tho children i* aid b? li t to itoy lonr ? n^ugh ?t th? oolntod NhorJ. Mr W * th* Pr??id?nt, ?h' f? ? U?-h?' <?" t. ?cb< I !? Brooklyn #bI<i b?tb'.u?h* bit lufur^ tlac < i rolrrfd tforh?n H? *''llil>k? tr k?r ? !? ohii df?B Wfu:d r?m?1n ?w?y ft? w oolornd ??h#i < wo-Hd I t h?j not bo < Hiolf to d* ?? 'o th" < f ?h"? ?rh-rle lor^hix pirt ho did rrt '.hlBi- that ' h? ?blt? ?rhoo)? wro ?*o*tly ad?pt#d to :fc* *??)> of h? e'lot>d t%r* at thit ertoi*. Mr aold it ooeurrod M k m w!???h?\ ? rr tbr 'BUM et th ? rifK^dBMUi of th? rhlldroa ?u Mid tc be Sf>n?f j ganMlajc. tho act tor* ?<>Bld aot al?<- ???fx off tb? f.lcthM lufBl?h?d by ?b? Coamltuo of IT'fbty ?ltd | l?dg? lh?ra. ?n J ahMlmr iho I igb'.y would B?t ho?# to k??>p all tbo tin* b'lldiOr tbo olntboo th* eblldroB * book* (Roar* r>t laughter , Thar* *m tb? C'BtroI Oil**", IB tbo wo?t*rn part at thio Pit*, t' ?kicli ooJ?r?? 7?v?| hod tt'.'.t** ?od tba: pvt the State vii m HlMMt from New York oity in to pftjilkt iptliH the tolortd mm. m Nt* York differs from Kngland The truth U that the oolored people are too poor to establish a cellege It la m muob aa they can do to get bread and batt?r. (Great laughter Y?' ya' ya ) Mr. Downini. Mia be was to favor of striking oat of the report all abont agriculture a d high schools. He we* opposed to proeoriptfon now, as he war in 1847. In the Central College, m l at Whiteeborough and Clinton in thte State, and all through Maaaacnusetts, they had the privilege ot hixh school* already, in common with the white* He. therefore, entered hia protest against the adoption ot the report Mr. D. concluded by moving the adjournment to Tueaday evening next. The reaolutiou waa carried. Dr. Smiih announced that any oolored man that wished. oo aid get alarm on the tterrit Smith lands by oluiming it now It was alrio announoed that Mr. Loala Tuppau would give an aooount of the Weat India lalanda at the next meeting. Cttjr InUlllgtncti MtTtMKU 01 lilt WOOLU UK408 ? ViaiT TO Tllr. M 4 n si on or Senator Fish. -The wolly-heads of thi city were greatly elated on Wednesday, by the news : received from the Btate capital, relative to the action I of the Senate and Assembly. respecting the election tor I'nitrd Statea Senator, which reeulted in ex-<iover* I nor Jfith being obo<en Senator of the I nited Statea, in place of Daniel S. Dickinson. whose term of otlioe ' expired on the 4th instant. In the evening a large delegation of woolly heads, (eonsiating ot about | forty prominent wh'gs ) proceeded to the elegant man sion ot the K x-Uoveroor, in fourteenth street, near Second avenue, where they were received in fine atyla; | an 1 atter ? nt-ring the IWtlj IWllll, Mr. Fish waa I congratulated by Ma friends upon the success he had . met with, in the counoils ot the State, at the city of l Albany, on Wednesday morning, about two o clock Sentiments were exchanged amidst the popping of sparkling champagne and previous to the company adjourning, a btlet address wait made by Mr. ltobiosou, which was replied to by Mm |l(l| elected United, States Senator, in eloquent language Among the number pr?sent. we noticed ex-senator frost, ex Aldermeu Wood. M L. Shardlow. late of the Custom House. James H. Welsh Owen W. lirennan, ex- Alder man Hberman. and several other leading wnigs of Mew Yolk all ot whom appeared to be in hlg'i glee, an i proclaimed themtelves the staunch friends of their worthy hott The Mai*r iidthi: Stack Licenses. ? In th? case of the mandamus against the Mayor, for refusing to li cense George Houston as a stage driver. Judge Mitchell decided, yesterday .in the Supreme Court, that it waa a matter within the discretion ot the Mayor to license, or refuse to license, any driver. Judge Mitchell granted the motion to dismiss the mandamus, with leave to the relator to make a case for appeal. Arrival ok Ki:i> Mk*. - The sohooner Kichmoad. arrived yesterday from Klchmond. Va . Drought, among her passengers, three Indians of Northern California, belonging to the Callaposah tribe. They, with six others ot the same tribe, have been travelling through the United States, and havo resided at Weatfield, Ma-s , where they liave beeB receiving a finished Kngliih education. The Indian nameaof the three just arrived are nokinawah. Monlaiia and Mocischee. They are line, intellectual looking men and aro en route for Call fcrnla. under the guidance of Mr James B. Crosman M LiTtBv.? The first parade of the Utirald Guard will take place on Monday next, the 24th inst Attar the parade a ball frill come off at Niblo's Garden The ecmpany have taken gieat pai&a tJ make it one of the beat of the season Tin: Fribmdlv Bona or Sr PirRiin, iso THK Ht ok th k Quebw ot lNGLano. ? The strongeat excitement prevails among the Iiish people resident in this city, and among ninny Americans, relative to the health ot "the yueea of lireat Britain" having been proposed frem the chair, and draak on St. Patrick's night, at tbu celebration of that festival at the Aator House by the Friendly Bona ot St Patrick It baa provoked much comment, particularly as the health of two dis tinguished Irish rebels, now sntWring taansportatlon for disloyalty, was drank at the time festival. The excitement has aUained a high pitch, and la likely to lead to some curious developements. Some of th? gentlemen who acquiesced in the toast, were remark able for their ratbuslasin in favor of the Irish revolu tion. and some aven contributed their money to make it. The Ti ibiuie omitted the toaat in ita report ol the proceedings. Vai.aE Alarm* ok Fir k.? There were two false alarms of fire last evening, and the firemen were running with their engine* and fcoso carts in all directions, but eould not find any fires. The Wetlky Herald. The Wtmi Hi rai d will ba published at half-put Bice o'clock, to-morrow morning. Single oopiee sixpence. A ntliraeltc and HitBmlnoui Coal. Representations bave been Industriously oiroulated, that tbn use of anthracite coal is more injurious to boiler* thaa bituminous coal The following letter from , Jsmes Arcbbald. Kcginerr of the Delaware a ad Hud lea Canal Company. will, by a 1 unprejudiced person*, be considered conclusive on the subject. Car no* dale, March 18,1151. Mai sicr. Wi *t*, Esq : ? D far Sir ? la answer to jour favor of the 10th Inst., relative te the representations, that onr coal was more injurious to steam boilers than the bituminous, I will only observe that we ate now wing boilers under pres sure of 73 lbs per inch, that have been in oonstant use for upwards of twenty years; and lor the whole of that time. they have been doln* what may bn termed > severe duty, being taxed to their utmost oapaeity by | keeping as grm* Are under them as eoal oould well ; make If the statement of this fact can be mad* more satisfactory to those wanting to use the I ackawanna eoal for making steam, ly the addition of th? , Dam*s of our engineers and other* who know that it is so, I can procure a number to:certify to the truth 1 of what is stated above. It seems however, impossible, that at the present time, when there is *o mu-h of the i anthracite coal used in producing steam that any be lle! as to Its deleterious effects upon boilers eool'l re- ' | eelve much credence, more particularly when the fuel to be j ut In it* place contain* every in?r- Jt?- n t ot injury in Its composition that the other has. If what 1 have said can be ot use to you. la disput ing what you consider, and what are without doubt, erroneous opinions, it pan l? sustained by all those in eur employment attending or superintending eng aes. Truly yours. JAUK8 ARCHBALD, Engineer Tlia Erie Terminus. Ths following letter from an eminent eltiien. upon the question of the New Jersey diversion, has been handed us lor | ubllcallon Ki w York, March 7. 1861 ?ir - It will be impossible tor me to attend the meet ing to which your note of the -Oth dltiir.o. this day re ceived. invites me. But my opinion of ths nsa'ter Is this- that, during the live years, from 1 W2 to 18U0. inclusive, in which I had tba honor to be a member of the Legislature of this State. no legislation in favor ot the construction of this road, aud no appropriation of money for its support could hate bt> n obtained from the legislation of the State. if the Lev Mature bad been max) aware that its terminus, either tor passengers ?r freight, would be diverted from the State of New York, into and tor the b'neht of the btate of New Jersey, or any citTcm of this State. The read constructed with the Intention ol tapping the ICrle at Sutterm l? In my judgment, nrtsuih an lnt< rest as the I.eglslaturs intruded to promote, wh-n that power Incorporated ths New York .>nd I ris Kill road 04 mpany and *ub'i"|U?ntly paesed the various laws which It enacted for the protection and assist ance of th>. r rad. Tb? se opinions are derive J from my recollection ?f tb" temper and dispoeltlon which prevailed in the Senate, during tb? p*??sre of the laws d**l{nei| to furnisb aid std facility to the eons-ruction ot the road troui New York to l.ake Krie . and. If the*' lawt are eiamlaed. it will be l?und that some of their provl. sirns and tbsir general scope and tenor, relative to the direction and tsrmioation ot the roaJ correspond with tbei" opinion* In regard to ths intentions of the I egi-lature. > try r<!? p?eiluiiy your'o, to . M VAN BCHAIOK Mr, II (I Riiim, fi rrrttry of h tn-o'lDir Id i<'!atlnu to tb? J.rlt ltailroad UikIim. Rooks for inimilpilon U tin- capital itock ? I Ulli-Hll'4 fl|" iHUIIfOCMI'Mf it Will i? pon-'i '?l( ly ? intiee is our ' tinn>t,?. are opci tkii day, and will t.j, !U?o, to. narrow. ot tho Trodronica'a, tbo afhaoico and Trid-ro. ar I lb< P t-rth Ward B mho. W ?? Uai n it n in l' ?'!?? lo I '-co to ft' ' fliftt of tin uorr. odt to tfc VaoamcBt of I no 1 ra.'< -uioa't Book, in Ota bom ott< it, whioh appear o ?.? 1 i nut li?iileMtii?itior; l nd induing from 'hi rato a", wfci t> Ib- nraooi S'ork* "nil ot rlio y. > -lango rootor??y. " olct.M 1 1.| ( <.?? tt.ii o< ? ok wtu'il ho r?a4i|y tak ? ?r T1 ? I" of Dlitituro cos pi too tone of oar moot r*?p" ie' '?? 0111X000. John Kenr, Auctioneer? .la CooUiy "II PI |r?tept aid faithlul ottohima to the tain ef II' .n l.old ? tiroitaio at tho reaid< b'< ?l famlllne, >t will ro> ool o It ? or ?o1# at hio riporluuo fo?m?. 3/7 aa<i V? Mr?a l w if, nni; of WMto etntt. la-L odt ib'"? oa all t'luina Mm (heap from Aarllon.-R. II. Mcwmon. iit!i Headway, tee rr?elt?o o?to kee<ittial Saioo I'mnt I. tuo Cap", whlih k? to eellleit ai ah iut holf tho uoual , prtto?. AI*o, an a eortaoat of !?wlee llnUBfln??. opoa w?r?. ? ?erj r- an i eh ii . A lot ol opoa work WW! QwllH email iuc, flui work. Tmi Ihillon nmard.-linU, on \V?lnr< day a. flit. March ll'tk. In, or (oa i ,? oat ol Bror. i.aia"' l.y c? htm, a r IJ Loplao Waieh Poloi! an>l K> >, No. TVli'l. ?hn ?ff will fo urn tt- eatne, to Mr. W J. V?\Oirit IK'BI, 1* fultoa otrtet, Itioetlya, will rooolro tho abnye toward. To the Dmf.-ronltmplaltil nrmiiTal. t?r. I.utennr'e tit In' r-n*r?, tnr th? riolceito troa'mnt of i . or die?o<'e, till ho r?-a*??d hytbo lot el May to .,71 Broo i?ay Inthf latcrhn hi 'en l>- ri>nenlt.?.l from ?? till 1 at S'h Broadway. Entrance through Matertary'o fur Bilking rtere. __ Ka.l'oo- anrl HcDtrrai nt -Will ? many la-lul|? la ?o oto iBTcctitvo o^aiaot what arc frmol o ? ?r?tn?i of 'a'hica. tk'io if a happy mod oorlty to l.? a> teia-d la matfro f dreog, whloh all tho wo'ld ar? ar-?-d. io ? t . t'?d i rt?; oot and o?*(t<oration "The variod aa l b- tc r?| ot > 0' of ??hi Rat Fii.iohcr>' I a t a Eato aro cl ?? o of aal or?al adairatloa; on? It. lo lad d o plraonro to aov< tbo ? aiiofao'. on ? ? ?"? d by ra?taarr>, a.'rr ^a.inr nn.'< tec o-lo tirn. Ha I alab?ri" Union, 1.1 ark How, pi (.jjto tho Aa'. or Btaac. __________ M'U""' WcdrtlnR tarda, and aplrnolld woddiaa oaoai 'ttoo, cl tao uoot tan. ivcatia ra'tora?; aim, tto oll??r loar pla ?o. oi ot?ry *arloty of pit'oti, ?r. iraood to ardor, ,a old Si.i(1ioIi Gornaa tut, and ntla* ?t rh>o,at l.rcrd- II ? 30S IlroaJwar, ooracr of D *ao , ?tr<-?', ?>. J*' IWailitrMt. ?pyltif Fatli'ono II1I.-W F llavl#. (*?tcv ' too r a tridoo ) :C1 Briadway, Bear Dnaao ottoo' l-ac ' roa^da itir ?l'.h th gtu Itara ? ? -;ag atyla ol ha*? "rowdo a*o ?fry dar ciaaiainc and taroaaofar tr<?k.? oioollcat otnek H' baadoom ba-.o. H - . .a ?f it* it tho r th? otipply io kept or . rh?m |r> (n la.? It inajr a?<arrt inrrodlWo If t la aald that wo taaaot o.ppiy th d?u.aad ror loai (raoofal (Brmoa'a. hot It ? a faot. B^wtror, wo ha*o got a fr??h |r.' and r?ady .? adorr afal? tho daar pablla wltb U'tKn it. C?r??f^a*-u a?dB*oka.a* t .(? <. Hi* H?wUy ??WI Will on ik? morals* of tha aid. *>?? l? Irep oved la lt? typographical appearaaoa It will euiim the U rat part of ' Amy Law reuse , or, The F?eeii>a.?a'. D?u?hter." lecidedly tl.e |nti e?t rt? ?? wntt??; foil f the n .?< heart milting paths* and thrilling laeideut. The New. will also coataia at lar?? ?n amount of tbe ia?>it interesting ho?1 eaiertaimu< origin*! and selected r'adiag. ?? ever at>re*r?d in any jurail #f lt? eiase. A lame eitra odIM.i. of tl.e Monday Nam ..ill be piloted next SuBiiay. Tugive our ad vert isers e> e y a i v?u tuft, tbo Nets will b ' v\ %vt be printed on cl the very ftne?t Jtioription i<>3 Ne*-%u i reet. Hat* and Popularity ? in the war of wit In tb> newrpai ?r?. ur fri i.d K.NOX, of las Jful.on iiretl, holili hi! own killlUn'l> , m- lm hate, brill. net as hi* bu - uior, audligbt and el'gent as l is fitacy, afo in >1 maul wherever tastvlul Hw a ami tirn ra'o <%orkman>.hip aia appreciated. He ba? thi< oalarzod his stablisa rn. r<t and hia kuilie a too. anil w' ile be sticks to hie old and rat - -enable pric. *, he la e >i. tinuuliy linpraving hia lalrlcs. Ok epriag stjle ia a ??m Mrallo on Iteada ? tlcallo, Hatter, of 1IU Brradway, next do. r to Hie corner of Canal street, is a scieutiBo man aid a pimlio benefactor, as bia n'w .?tyl? of hata proves. No ncntoiran srill be wlthi 4t one of Mealio'a I eautilul oattori Caps ?n't Umbrellas iu abundance. I.atllea' Riding Hat*.? tJenUi Invite* the atti'Btiou ot fair e<|ues aaui. of dmerimini.'in- taste. to hits superb stjle of PluiuiUS aver for tbo spring. Original ia design, and of the rieti , t a' <1 fleest materials, they may b? pr< noun?ed the mow eiqi'site t'abrio.H of thuir ' a, with wMcb A merican art ha osravd to or. wn the 'irow of Ame-i ? can beauty. 'l'h??e eienaut riding hats are of vanoci shadas . t rom lustrous black <o He I'U'e pvarl, aud triu.iped .{uit< oonirne il taut. C?MN ?M Broadway. oppoaite 3:. Paala . O. lamidtri1 (tetania Tablet Strop.?' Th? original Mr l it can ha ..h'-aiuad at the inanuiac.ory, 1*7" Broadway, o rner of I borty ?tn-t, und JC7 Uroaaway. A libaral discount to ?h li-aale purchasers. Portable DreaMing t'ahel -Tline artlaUo claim tbeatientiou of s ? ti ers ju account of thalr si Irene con-paetnue d> rability, aud utility, wh'lu the ab sence of all useless oonirivHnuosrender them > trf ?oiivenian'a ta itll whose busiu' s or pleasum call* them from home 8A UN DICKS, 117 and #7 Bruaaaay. Comb Factory, 387 Hruadtyny -LailltK arc racpectl ully ib 1 1 t>u ? itAauiiue ihisoiiuiv.; aole.'tioa of data* combe ; the variety it , ?,?< und all danbe, tlie treated ib ? ? oity. comprising the mom beautiful ope.i work in ehell w? bulalo tioru. Caaiba t spurxd and mide to order. v * J. SAUSD*?6. Oroeei-N and faiiuiui MappUcd with T?a?., 8ni;ars, Cotb-e, and k oo run of ail kinda. on tusHOB%bla torr.a,nt ro*l.IS''< l'rio store, Nos. 26U asd ?2HUreea?ieh. 7i! Veny, and P 9 "raud str??ta. Ptnart'a irasiod uufar, 'J cints >cllow do . 7 4 oenta; Dutch crushed, f'j cents. Store, or part of a Store, with Ibow Will dow.van'.cd in vt?l' m?t bet wc -n Hroadw ay aad Nasaati street, tor which a liberal rent will be paid. Aid rem Bvet~ dell, .102 Bread way Proclamation.? Uet ererjr pt rton In (??* ?umption. iLroughout the city, taku oue bottle el ffitw' Neivoua Antidote, aoc-- -ding to direction, Una ant there will be no deaths retiettrtd from oonrimf.ion. T'.t frienda of persona in oonaumptioa (no matter how low, > {lease heed thia, and i<r?ve- 1 moot ueplennat refieotioaa. t will t>? toot id npon foTot* and cjcvulaiota next ? c. k. Hoicl*-'1* lly ]> i ?<?? KiUld ? l'h? following1, will ?iiuw the etuwauvn in wluoh tliio artiolo io bold id tht. Booth ? t'n ARi-riTow Dorri. Chaki i.itoh, S. C.. Kir & 7, 18)1. Mr. Mm I Motion: -l) ar Sir? Same tiiaj a|o my hair crmn.enci <1 fa'lUn "IT oneh an extant I b'fn to feat I iLould (? <? l e prematnicly hald. Alter oaing many of Un popular rotoin.vj, of ti.e day. a tneud tu^ea d your II yjorion I'luid. whli b I waa Induce J to try. with, 1 o.nrwe. but little h< p<' ot caooe-i I waa aurormoJ aack .rati tied, huvcvi r, af or ? t h .r i.rial. to flii'l a ilooidcd improvement . ai,d I now poiaeaa a foil orop of heulthy hair, whi 'h 1 car only attribute to the exirao:4inary tualitiee ol y >nr jnttly celebrated llyperi >n Flu d You arc at 1 T f.e-*y to p iblie* thii for the I eaett ol oih?r-? (iiLilarly attHctod, m l I hope ?ucrcaa may crowa >? ur onervlnit effort*. anl that the ealt? ot the Qy pvri> u FloH may M ooioiuenauratt with . tmuperio*. merit*. Youri, very teajeoifnlly, TUUM AS S. N1CKBKSON. The abovo with Boale'? Electric Hair Dye, Amole Shartar Cream, and other preptrati u>, may ba had of A. II. Ik D laada, Fulton etreet; nuilta. Clark'. K Co., Broadway; and W. H. Oary ft Co , Puarl street. PhalM'i Magic Hair Djre, to roloi tike hal? ?r whiakera, the moment n in applied, withoot Injury to the hair or akin, ft caa bo w.vbed immediately wuhont die turbing the eolo d h?a no bad odor. It 1* appliod, or told, at Phalon'a ? ig and Toapeo manufactory. Iit7 H read - waj. Foraala m theeity and oomntry by druuu'.a gene Hair I>ye.? Batcheior'a lMtantaiwou U' an id Hair Lye. ao ceieircated in London. Pari*, B oaten., Philadelphia, Baltimore, Waohiagton, ete.. oan only bopro ; en rod genuine at the manufaetory, i wall ttroet, New York. Dm pnblio muat bewaro of oonntorfei ta. Baa my Tariotut I diplomat. It ia for oale vholeaale and iciail, ar applio4. Oapy tha addreaa. _ Oaarnnd'i Liquid Hair Dy? will (MiTlii ?my or ra* hair to a jot olack or brown, tha iaitaat it la appliad, literally dying tha My.- tha laitaut it ia appliad without ataiaini the akla. Warranted, or no pay tuaa. Found only at Ur Fe ix Onrand a rid oatakUahad depot, ? Walker atreet, Brat atora from Broad way. Ganrand'a Italian m??llcate4 Soap nuaa Cimplea, frecklea. aruptiona, earn*, ato. Peodre Hubtila ?raoieato* hair from any part of the body. Liquid Rtucv i far pale lipt and ohaaka. Hair Keatoratire, Lily white, ate. i at the old eatabliahed depot, Q Walker it., naar Broadway, aad T. R. Callander, H8 fcmth Third atreet, Philadelphia. Wlga and Coapeea.? Pcraoiia wlahlng a ?ery luporior H ig or Tuupoo ahould oall at Batchelor'a oalo brat ed Wig faotory, He ? Wall atraot. 1 hay will tnd ha narteotly uaderataadaall their raaairoaenta ; no matter how difficult, ha aaver fall J to fit the head ; ta faat he kaowa k*a kualnaaa, aad aahaa a fcwaiaao* of it. Oopy hi* addreaa. and fir* hla a aalL Dr. Kcllingcr a?ain. Hr.Oeo. W. WalMa^ had Imi bta baw -tea uie< mmniu it nartat. a*. 1 4 . Iirowa, of no. 1 Oliver Mreet, urged him to try K.elliagar'a llagie Floid. Be replied it waa all nonaanre ; hi* Cathtr aad grandfather were *>add at thirty year* of age; ho aaid hia hair aoald aot b* raatorad. We aow tare thto lentUmaa'a ath darit at the atore, ?eat ua without aoll oltatloa, haadad ia by the palltanea* ol Mr. Robert J Browa, oae of '.ho Chid 'a aida. aad aiaaed by all other highly reapaotabla peraoaa, aU of thia eity. Call at 176 Broadway, aad too the baetar anf. the document. Mr. W. ha. ai flat, foil ia<l eu'ly a Mad ot hair a* nay oae wiahe* to a?e. Adrirttaoaaoat la aaothat aolamn. ?U?BT ailtKBT. Tii' mutt March 30?4 P. Si. Thp ftoek market opened heary thi* moralag 10 tu a* price* were concert ed; |but the fanci** were a little more active than u*ual. and we notice tkit a great** portion of the trau?aotlon? were lor cach. Reading Railroad eontlnnee the MC*t prominent < n the lift, and the bear* are patting oat contract* with pet fart Ixn ? pualty. The coal trad* at prrtent look* rather die oouraging. and the probability 1* that a greater redac tlon will be made, to *ecure the transportation ef ercr an average quantity of ;ea) The eana; compaul** connected with the coal trade will carry o? a very ?acc*i-tol competition thir j?ar with tb* ReaJUn*; Railroad Company, and it I* our impre^iira that we tball see coal cheaper, daring the approaching tummar than It ha* ever been before. One thing it pretty certain, tke tranipertatkm companie* mutt either reduce their rate*, or tLe collier* muct :**?* c/era tloai In either care, the (tockhclders in the different companie* will receive poor retnrn* tor their inrcet ment*. It will be eeen by our reported rale*, that the transaction! In Albany and Sohenectady lUUroad to day were unueually large, at an adTantc of one pel cent on price* current yenterday The ln;rea?e Ir the traffic of thi* road I*, without doubt. tb? pnaeipaJ canae of thi* Improvement: but we have no doubt many wN) realize at present piire*. if auetalced. In ?|ew of the contemplated construction ?>t tL>- pa rall?l road from Bcbentetady. IIarl?m. Kna, leland, and Frio Income Bond*, fell off a i: action, with moderate sale* of ca?-h The traasactioa* lai all the land'd securities were limited. wi?!io?f, chuag* 1 la price*. At th? *ecffnd board, ail the lead. ng tan ? cie* fell off a ftaclioa and the market elated heavy, with a tendency dowawaid The ftuetaetion* la Can ton Company, dnriag the pa*t three day*, have been *ui)trl'>nt to deter cuttlder* fron tnaehiag It. Ve*terd*y. It cm selling at 02; to day itM^. Tho?? who ran retlUe a proSt on thi* faaey , and fail to do *o, will make a great mistake The receipt* at the office rf the >*?!?*.? at Traaiuret cf thi* port, to day, amounted to * loa.iiD M , pay. ment*, *lt'>82 M; balance. >3 483 117 J?. Thr< e ae? lire ineurance eouiocaia* are aboV to bo firmed lathi* city ? the People * Company. to be In cated in the bamement of the People * Hank; the Aetot Fire Company, to be located under the Chatham Bank; and the Hanover Company, to be located la the baec ment of th? Hanover Haak Th* receipt* of the New York and New Keren Kali road Company, for the month cf February ?n each ot lb* pa*t two ye*r*. were a* annexed ? sr* 10a* at ir? tiaeae i>*il?c?i February, 1*61 ? MI,TM W Do. 1?&? 30.1MU Xnceta 8C per cent <H W The aggregate traffic cf January >u < febraary were ? mi tiMras mo MAX J ncreaee in two mnntt* ever 71 p*t e*nt t?? ir Tbl* cospary, thi* year, have dene a large fr?ightla? bu*la> **. which ha* be?n the prlnolpel can** i f th< Immenre receipt*. The Nauga?n;k Ila'lroad Company mak* the nn?i ed utali Rienl of earning* aci ap to thr. fir?t of February. 1951 ? fftPOATrra Rtii.aotr. From Oct. 1. 1*49, to Jan 31. I860 ?IC 03# 71 from Oet. 1 1150. to Jan. 31, mi r t9 i 7V Or m?r? th?o 33 !< prr ??ot WfMN >9 624 OC Th? iwiull "urn- J during th? jm *oiliot DM SI, 1340, ?M 9 1 44 01 1 6* Tf tko loer???? eontlouM to b? ?t tbn akor# r?t?, M I* aottolp^tfd by lb* ofllwriof th? comr ?ny MS p?r 0 ot or ftbot*. . . 01.313 IC Mmk'rf m tb? tanrm* for 1U1 ( *0.331 Hi Th? for th? j tnr ?r? ??tl mated 314.000 T |?*r o?Bt ? 440 000 b^od * .... 30 HW? T par rtr en I ?L*r?r of rt?ck 34 330 >:e,eu ot Pnnlo? ~ ^704 ? *n ?rriag*m?Bt b?i r?etat.y b**a ??d? with Lk? Anorisa by wbioh that boat will, lafntur# n?B to Btl4c*i>0Tt inat#?4 of Darby. A Uf*a (fVlllMWfcM bw?tcfcr? k*?? 4lT?rt?4 ky tfctt W?t,

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