Newspaper of The New York Herald, February 22, 1855, Page 4

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated February 22, 1855 Page 4
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NEW YORK HERALD. <!??* ?*?>RD0 9 iTwi JffcX V, fkoprietok ixn sorrca. tnitt ?. ?. <j?p rm*n? Vwwm U Kfc. J t A*C8i?i;s*> TUla kK UDW.iT THIATK* 8:?>u ?*j St. M i^o -Ttrrn* i Makmm IliWlll fMASM. ov J#-. !V1 Vativi iniHPX ISov -Cov?i* Jo? .V. (III- I van InDar?RDK*oa> _____ SDBTOM'a TBKATill, vkimttr* riMW-iiutci; Or COKIO *T- Jl'HT J0?K9-?H?I| tUALL. i Dl MEf ?T ALLACS'B THB4T.V*, Hw?4w?y- C*M*IX <?? the ? itch Cj ?* o? i*irw: lOH 1 VOCt'8 MINCTRXLS, X?oh?&tM> H?)l-tF? tUVtlIT'9 OFIRA HtotSK, US BrMklwiy- Bros. Ml '? ITIUOI.M }>tlA Hn* YoiU, THmttUy, Fehrmry it, 1*55. TUe New*. ? By the arrival of U.o Baltic ire havo one week's ktu intelligence iron Europe. T^e news which ?h? brings ii of a rtriei and interesting chtraote?. The reconstruction of the E-gllsh Ministry, with Lord P?lmerston as its chief, Lad given geueral , ?attraction both in Hncland and France. It wot hoped that tfcwt n obit-man's accession to piwer wonid have an important infliiTiicc on the pe&oe conferences at Vienna. From a aote addressed by M. Droojn de L'Haye, the French Minister of Foreign Atffc'rs, to Baron ManWufTsl, it would teem that the alius are determined to leave Priwaia no option bit clthjr to accept the condition* of the teeaty of the 2d?Decembor, or to exclade her from ail than la the "Vienna conferences. The general opinion ia that the will side at once with Russia Holland la aald to have formally joined tho alliance, ?ad Spain and Portngal are expected to follow la her wake. From some opinions of Lard Palmer' ?ton's,* quoted in a letter of one of oar correspon' dents, it appearn that the new English Premier en tertains a conviction that Europe is no* entering ?pon a groat general wer. From the C.imea there is nothing of a decisive eha'acter. No period had a9 yet been fixed for tue aaeanlt on Sebastopol, bat a despatch receive! from Ges.Caarobert describes the French troop] as being exceedingly impatient for it. The Zouaves, never theless, had mutinied, and demanded a retreat from the Crimea. It was said that the ISas ji ins medi tated a general attack npon the allies on tha 10th, and the presence of the Grand Cukes Michael and Nicholas gave some consistency to the rumor. From Spam there ia but little news. Mr. Boole had demanded his passports, bot had bson attacked with Ulneta, and was t:o much Indisposed to quit Madrid. It was reported in that city tnat the Spanish Ambassador at Washington had written heme to say that the American Gabiaet bad no n*a tote designs agate at Spain. Tee Pope is nxcoedingly angry with tbc Sisdi. ? aian government for Its monastic coulisciMoas, t.aJ will probably give elfect to his w.ata by cxcommu' mica ting the Kicg. Before the Ballc's news arrived, ubou. 800 bales of eottoa were so d at full pric-oa. After i; c^i to hand, no sales transpired, and the market was nriwt tled, th<.u*h the confidence of holders did not appear to be the least impaired by it. Tue market for cuffre was active, and closed at an advance of from { c. to 4% ter lb. A very large business was done in su gars, and the unusual amount of sales would seem to indicate some spoonlative movement gco iving oat of a reported short croj in Louiiiana, wita an ticipated distoib&aoe to trade in Cuba, from political causes. The tains embraced fully 3,500 hhds., included ia which were 3 000 hhds. New Or leans and 600 do. Cuba at fnll prices. Molasses waa also active, with sales of 3,000 bbls. New Or leans at 23 3. a 27c. Proviai >ius were aotive. The Bales of pork, of all kinds, reached about 2,000 bblj., ahkfly old and new ihcm with piime vVewtorn mess ? the chief part of the latter to arrive? all at fnll prices. After the news tallow wis held at higher rates. In tlour there was a good business dono be fore the news, at full prio*s, bat subsequently no sales of moment transpired. Wheat wai qnist. Com was at unchanged prices, with limited sa'es. North* m rjeiold at (1 33. The New York Senate yesterday was engag d ii discussing a resolution urging the Ctual Com. nit toe to make inquiry ia rduirenco to the ex cessive expenditures in the improvements of the ?rat section of tue Krie Canal. Tao com mitteo was directed to report as so n as prac. ticable. The Assembly resolution proposing im adjournment in order to accept the iavitation of the Ten Governors, was amended so as to take a re ess from the 17th to the 22d Mirch. Thore is no doubt hut the Assembly will Agree to tha alteration. Tuna four dajs of the session are to ba de voted to a jollification, while at the simetima the necessity of an extra session is urged as imperative. In the Assembly the prohibito ry liquor bil was taken up. Its opponents fought bravely bn: vainly. T;:ey were promptly voted down on every move, and flaaV.y the b?ll passed by a vote of 80 yeas to 44 nay-*. There wore bot four members absent. Twenty demo crata and fourteen whig* voted against vhe bill; only nine democrats vo'.ed for it. lb* 1st of May ia the day design a'ed for this act to go Into effect. It la jnat possible that the -Senate, when the subject Mmes before them, may exteud toe tim i for a lew months. Nothing luither can be looked for. Mr. Blatchford made a report in favor of proh. biting bones and mortgages as a binkiug ba is. There an twenty-six million dollars worth of saomlties in the Baikirg Department, one half of which are b;nde and mortgages. Trere is little doubt bat the report will be accepted, atd the bill carrying oat its lecommendatiors ba enacted into a law. A hill waa reported to reduce the par value of H*r!cm Railroad stock from tlf;y to thhty dollars per shire, to go into effect wherever the stockholders of the company aqiiesce in tbe reduction. A prohibitory Hquor law was parted in tiio Dela ware Qon>e of Delegates yesterdaj.by avoe of eleven to ter. It la rumors d in Albany that an ( ttra session of the Legislature will be ctlkd after the taking ot th; State oensns, to divide tbe Secat* d strict*. If the ran.or to we>l found ?<), it will be tor tha purpose of ao arranging tbe d strlets as to keep the Senate, if possible, oat of tbe power of toe Know Nothing*. Wo have in type a t umber of iattirestUg reports of meetings in this city, wuici tbu press of Impor tant news from Eaio/e lias excluded from to-day's paper. The Board of C uoot.ar u mot latt eveo'.og, when a report of the Finance Comm t'ae w&? re ceived, approp. iating e'ever. thousand dollars to -.be rehet of the poor. It w*a taken up n Committee of the Whole, bet finally paa<ed over for the night. Tbe report ef tbe Ltw Committer, submit ing the draft of an act, with aBendments to the city char ter, waa presented, and made the special or it r fer Friday night. Tbe ComptrolierV aanaal report hh alto rec? ived. The Board of Education k. Id a meet ag las'. tveniDg. A camber of appl cstijos for fiUH'*f>>r school purposes, and several reporta reUMve to alteratkna aid repairs of school honiee, were re ceived and refined. Special vk iters of evening schools In nine differett wsrjs were appointed by the President, (^o. P. Nell o a was ncmloatfd Com mis-lorer lor the Nltth w?rd in place of .'smci W, Brnsb, resigned. A meeting of tie representttlvee of the Fire l)?pattm?-r,t was h.ld Utt evening. The proposed Jaw for the better regulation of the dc ' partaaat, providieg for tbe appointment of a 1 hoard of live commltsioteii to take ccgnlztn :e of vkilatioes of tbe inles, riotous conduc.aud also of vioUtt'^ra ct the tie lawa or t^o city, iDj be dntieo and powers of tbe oommisaionars, wts dis ea sedaad ag eed to. A rseolatlia to oppose any Attempt tee' ergs the present system relative to th; ?rgMUa*??f the depait?eat wae IJU? baa tefercaoe to the apprehended nbstittrtion of tv^ pvi'J for the voion'ary viae. A meeting t3e i mif i :.tloa Comici 'iiourr, xu also held. A report v is U O btrow tbe 3 .^:<J is reply to cbe inquiry of lie fcia?e ctnj'k e ffjpctMig tie applntme:.t of Me??ra. Do- ap iud KJljr ou i*t commission. Tae iL'atn. of tbece geittkmn la a'leged t'i bs perft-Lili le&ulav, aat "Uey l?.ve par cniied their u.i'i ia t p? :r,c ly legal rd regular muioer, hc fb.i us iif, D j ? u wa adv s^d. A ; >miua optica Ire? l)s. Car ujJ.m, tuning ibj?ctiont to toa bill uow befo: e t'i e Legth]j?lii;e prodding for tae re mrval of tat Quu. ui-Um, was (end. Ttve proposal to cctvy ti.uk p.. -sua amvirg : ; am cm to Ward's hlai.fi, be rtgir s ?s nutdir.rr.oke, h> Log bis objeo j ioi. upoz JOB"- 'Id uUolb of hnmnnay aid sanitary expei/nncy. Ve shall tnka?or to ui-ke roan tor totalled reports uf tbc mvt i :g? alluded to in our next ibLte. In tie United B'aotw Bena'e yesterday, taa report cf toe cor teien-'E com si't. e on tha Tex is Creditors bill waa taken op. 5 no Hcnsa bad reduced the ait.1 net appic pn uedto fti .^0.000, and tha cum out let, with the aaieat of the Ttxas delegation, agreed uj.cn $7,750,000 as a compromise, A';er aims explanation i'mbi Mr.Ritk.to tbe tJT>ci that he would urge Tesas to uc^-pi, the amount offered, ue report was act- pled. A coiatnuaic&tion wtt.4 received Iron tbe Btate Dapurtmsnt, a?kkg au approrUtlon fcr a Minister 'a outfit to Kuglacd, a* Ur. Buchanan would return during tbe vacation of Cougresa. Tbe bill to extend credit for duties on imported railroad iron was taken up, aad Ms. Brodhead made a speech in op poaitiaa to it. Kr. Wilson, of Massachusetts, made his debut, a&d ; roclaimbd himself an advocate of free trade. 'The tendency of the public mind of bis State was towards that direction. Qn'.te natura'Jy, ooiindering tbe anteot dents of Uf. Wihoa, the did? cassioa ended in au allusion to sugar and slavery. In tbe House a bill regulating the carry. ng of ^oeeagers on board steam ihlpa and other vessels was reported. I( is an exact tra??eript of tie liiLth chapter of tan consolidated revenue lawe, with amendments that have bsen approved l>y the Secietary of the Tretmivy, tbe CJinmsrue Cjasmit tees of both houses, and also tbe merchant a and traders of this city? In fa:t, it ia identical with the bill proposed in the Senate by Mr. Seward, tbe pon penenent of whiok led to the demons'ratlja of the mercantile community at the Exchange on Sit ur iny last. It was passed without debate. There poit of the Conference Committee on tbe Texas Cfedi tcrs bill was accepted, after some disc aseion by a vole of 123 to 77. Au interesting report, giving the statistics of emigration duriug tbe past year, was received. Tbe total number of emigrants was 460,474, of whom 327,070 arrived at tbe port of New York. Cf tbe while nu-nber, 101,006 were oorn in Ireland, and 206,064 in Germany. Tae Civil and Diploauti j Appropriation bill <ras debated In committee. A State convention of Know Nothings wttl as stnnle to-doy in Hartford, for the purpose of n^ml nfctit'g a ticket tor State oflSc ars. Tbe Senate of Indiana will vote u day for a United States Senator. A temperacee State convention will bo held t> day at A'lacta, Ga , to nominate a candidate for Governor cn ?'ri:t;y prohibitory principles. Governor Wrigbr, of Indiana, will receive as visiters to-tfey, at Lis residence In Ind'anopjlla, Gov. Powell, of Kentucky; Gov. Johnson, of Tenucs see; Governor Mediil, of Ohio; Governor Mattes mu of Illinois, and Govtrnor Grimes, of Iowa. Thotiialof Oliver Lee tor tbe killing of William H. Harriion, in Williamsburg, on tbe 7th of Novem ber last, was cont'nned in tbe Kings County Court of Oyer acd Terminer jesierday. Tbe kilbng took place during what is generally calied tbe election riots, &ni was the oooaslon of considerable exc.ts meut at the time. As far as the prosecution his pro eeded it appears that the prisoner wasseeato strike the deceased with some weapun dir. ins tbe dis urlunce. This circumstance was testified to by one witcps, while several others who testified to seeing Harrison stru k, did not identi y tha accused at the man. The case is still <n. Acetialoit or Loid Palinrrooii to Powti-l aiu I oallluii of lila Cabinet? Struggle between Ilia- KdkUiIi Arlatocraey and the itbuwi. The English Ministry bas been reconstructed ou a basin which, allhoagh looked upoa as a strong ouc, we cannot help regarding <n in eorne degree provisional. With the exception, in fact, of lour changes, there is no alteration in the constitution of the lats Cabinet. Lard Palmerson is appointed Premier in place of Lord Aberdeen; Eul Granville President of ?be Council in place of Lord J oh i Russell; Lord Panmurc Minister at Wur in place of the Duke of Newcastle; and Viscount Canaing Postmas ter General, unier the lite and present admin istrations, obtains a scat in the Cabinet. Mr. 1 Sydney Herbert takes ttic Home, and Sir George Grey the Colonial Department. The post of Secretary at War is to be abolished, and a Parliamentary Under Secretaryship cre ated. to which Mr. Layard, tha explorer of Ninevab, is to be appointed. With some slight modifications in tbe Irish government, Ui<ae are the sum total of tbe results o! the late n inistt rial coup d'ftat. 01 the correctness of this technical descrip tion of that singular event, there cannot now be tbe slightest doubt. The wh'de affair was ooncoctcd and arranged between Louis Napoleon and Lord Palmerston during the visit of the latter to Paris. No winder that this experimental business and i pleasure trip of the noble lord created, as we i were told at the time, so much dissatisfaction 1 in tbe minds ot some of his colleagues. They I had a s&rtwd suspicion that their lively amor iate ' bad some pi ejects ol his own on hand which ren | dercfl a little preliminary consultation with his imperial protege advisable. The indifference of Lord Aberdeen and tbe mismanagement of the Duke of Newcasit hid already doomed the administration. Their downfall ?m c.ily averted for a time by the doubt and hesitation which the critical condition of affair* inspired in the minds of public men. None of the o!d party leaders cared to assume such a weight of trouble and responsibility with so litlle pros pects of success or honor. The AUerucen ministry therefore dragg<*d out its contempti i li'.e exVi tence until omc one wa? found ready to give it the final kick. This tak was imposed upon Lord Paluiers'ou as nmjh by tbe general feeling of th<* ?public as by | tbe suggestions of bU own ambitiox Tnere *ei? , however, some considerations thai m?t!e l,im 1km tote before giving eii?-ct to either, 11?' desired t* be assured in the tiret place that : in the event of his u-^'imiug the reins of go- I MM < nt he wild not oi.ly be strong in the ! ?nf.p< it < 1 the F:n i lament owl people of Great ' Britain, but alsotn that of France. His views ' : of tlie JMCOMtns Oi the prtKebt cri?M) embraced ! ( u wider rar gc of ol>i*et* and m?\in< than any j contt w; l?t< d by tbe timid and indolent laiuJ 1 I of L#rd Aberdeen. To make his path as amo >th j j ns p,h?iiile. and secure the concmrcnce of tltt French Kmpercr in his plant, he went to Paris. Having settled with Louis Napoleon the line of policy to 1*0 pursued in tbe event of his as suming tbe direction of affairs, his next diffi culty was aa to how be should decently t rui nate the ixintence of the ministry of which he waahimtelf a member. Lord John Rnwell, uhuwM evidently ? putj to tbf wttyle iQ trigue, relieved him from any embarrassment he mi^ht have felt on this point, by suddenly re signing and eipomng to public reprobation the weukneM and imbecility of the head of the cabinet. Everits have succeeded la the exiCt ?rder anticipated. The Court party, -with Princc Albert at Us toad, made an ineffectual effort to resist public opinion, by getting the Qu<ju? to send lor Lord Derby, with a view to forming another par ii -colored, do nothing ministry. Lord LHsrby failed, as was i tobe expected, and the Queen was ut last re luctantly compelled to summou Lord Palmer ston to ber councils. Such is the hiBtory of the RusscllPalmerston intrigue ? ab ooo usque ad mala. Although in one sense the new ministry is unquestionably a Btroug one, inasmuch as its biad possesses the confidence beth ot the Par liament and people, and reserves to himself, so far as the war is conrjerued, all the discretion and control neceasat/y to prevent the recur rence of the lame n table failures which the world has lutcly vrKncssed, it is likely that further changes w'Ul have to be made in ite con stitution before long. The disclosures made by Sir Charles Napier, in his recent speech at the Mansion House, in London, and which our roaders will find another co lumn, are of a nature which renders it im possible that. Sir Jumes Graham can be con tinued at the admiralty. The late commander in-chief of ihe Baltic fleet exposes a state of thingB in connection with that expedition which forms a fitting parallel to the indecision, negligence and incompetency which have marked the conduct of the land operations in the Crimea. If anything were wanting to crown the shame and mortification which the revelations of Lord John Russell must have occasioned to Lord Aberdeen and his late as sociates, it is supplied by the withering state ments of the brave old officer whose honor was unscrupulously sacrificed to cover the mistakes of the government at home. With this and one or two o'her exceptions the new ministry will probably satisfy the exigencies of the moment. But it will not be able to meet those further necessities to which the convictions of the English people have been aroused. The appointment of Lord Paimer^ton to the premiership may impart greater vigor to the operations of the war, but it will effect no material alteration in the system which he is colled upon to administer. His lord ship is as much of an aristocrat as Lord Aber deen or Lord Derby, and however pa triotically he may feel* disposed, he will do nothing to prejudice the interests of his order. And yet, without a liberal curtailment of their privileges, no administration can long give satisfaction to the English people. Those privileges have been demonstrated to be incon sistent with the power and influence, nay, even the very existence of Great Britain, and its aristocracy must either submit to reasonable modifications of them, or p?rish, like the old noblesse ot France, in their defence. So long as this danger was only made evident to them by Chartist demonstrations, or the occasional grumblings of Parliamentary radicals, they could aiford to disregard it. But the events of the war have advanced the cause of reform by at least a century. The national mind has been awakened to the perils to which the de estB of oligarchical institutions must periodi cally eapose them; and the press, that mighty lever of public opinion in England, has unani mously pronounced the doom of the aristocracy, by condemning as dangerous to the public weal the privileges that mark them out from the masses. The vigorous prosecution of the war by the prevent administration may retard for a while the full developement of this feeling; but that it must soon find expression in vigor ous action, co one who has attentively watched the progress ot events in Great Britain for the last twelve months can reasonably doubt. Mk. St. John and the Banc Department.? A controversy is being waged in character I istic terms between the two Seward org ins ? the Ttibnne and Times? with regard to the merits of Mr. St. John and the appointment of a Bank Superintendent. The Tribune at tacks Mr. St. John, aud abuses him in round teim&; the Timet defends him and states that the rage ot the Tribune is wholly due to his bestowing upon the Times the advertising pa tronage of the Bank Department. To t his the Tribune replies that the Times' zeal for his defence arises from the same cause. Then the Lieutenant-Governor answers that the ex member dt Congress who edits the Tribune threatened long since to punish St. John for withholding the advertisement from his paper; aid the ex-member of Congress rejoins that the Lieutenant-Governor obtained them for his by a corrupt bargain with St. John, the latter being himself a part proprietor of the Times. From the circumstantiality with which these various statements arc made, there ap pears to be every reason to bjlleve they are tiue. If so, they are interesting as atTordiog a clue to the character of the Seward new-t i papers. I Uic question is not what Sort of a man Mr I St. J?hn is, or what he does with his advertlse i ments ; but is he the b'St man to be Bank 1 Supeiiotend< nt ? Ha* he fulfilled the duties of 1 that office in au efficient ami creditable manner? ! lie is, as we understand and believe, a very worthy man, abounding in Christian virtu-;* ? lie is eaid to possess merits and abilities of a high ord?-r. He gves his advertisements to his ! tW< nds. it appeurs; bnt really this seems to be a matthf into which it is hardly worth wi-ile to inquire, if the advertisements are bi ought before the notice of the public. Ail thisc points, Jwwevtr, have no b aring what ; ever r>u the .questicn of his reappointment; which must depend solely on the degree of (tficicncy and ability display id by him during his pi<st term of office. Now, tbat Mr. St. John has not been an effi cient Bauk Superintendent? that his system has Win bad, and the result most expensive to the public, ate fucta which even his warmest friends cat.m t wboHy deny. They cannot deny that whatever were St. John's merits, while he w?s Benk Snfttrintendent, and charged with the duty of protecting the public, the pablic was not piotected, and several bank fail ares took place by which n.oney was lost that might have Ixxn saved. Tiny cannot deny that money was sgaln lost by the sale of bonds aad mortgage* ia aa unsuitable sol injudicious way, which likewise was done under the system | established by St- John, and by his orders. These thing* are notorious; and it seems tbat they settle the question of the office of Bank BupciinteLdent far more conclusively than any inquiries into what Mr. St. John said or did not saj to tU ei member pf CoaptM who edits thf Tribune y or what he did when he wae ^ p:o_ yriitor of the rimes. The of>^^rj c?rea uoUiiug about Mr. St. John b P',?vtite character, ur hie relations with thf. Sewar j editors: what h wants )8 a good bank syti'cm, with a reliable eup' riutcuUent at it.s liea'^ ami j( appears that Mr. St. John Joes not 'jibwer thin requirement. Viuoima. Politics? Captain Rynders and Mb. TWse anu tub Hbbald. ? The Petersburg (Va ) Soutk Side Drmociat (glad he Is not on the North Bide) in speaking ?f our lite icmarkB that Captain II jailers was competent | to lift up Mr. Henry A Wipe " from the de gradation of tho drunken loafer in the gutter to the dignity of speech which characterizes the Tammany coal-hole," says: ? That in pretty language for a shamel'ss hireling like Janita Gordon Bennett, to uaa to a Virginia gentlemm, ib far bin superior in puiity of private life as In intellect, ability, and patriotism. We presume, however, that at it in uttered i>y a Know Nothing journal, it is all right, and *-he " brethnn" in Virginia must "wallow it. Will the organ bere characterize Mr. Wiae an a " drunken ioaftr ia the gutter," or will It, as becomes a Virjiuia j n per, hurl back the fat>tbo?d and the Manner to the polluied source from which it springs r Our Virginia colemporary finds it con veuicnt, pctbapa to misconstrue oar langaige. We did not say that M r. Wise wan " a drunken loafer in the gutter;" but that he had demeaned himself to that low level in his vulgar epithets against the editor of thiB journal. They were ccrtainly beneath the dignity of a gentleman 6ober. Again, the New Yobk Hrkald is not a Know Nothing organ or hireling, any more than it was a democratic organ in 1852, or a whig organ in 1848. It aims to be the organ of public opin ion, without money and without price ? save the independent support of a generous and intelli gent people. That's all. Let our " South Side" co temporary keep cool, and prepare for the re ception of Captain Rynders from the North side. And we call upon John Van Buren to accom many him. The Friace and the Captain are both wanted in Virginia. THE LATEST NEWS. BY MAGNETIC AND PRINTING TELEGRAPHS. The Prohibitory Liquor Law Passed in the Assembly. TRIUMPH OF TEMPERANCE IN DELAWARE, Ac., Jke., <kc. Latest from the State Capital. PASBAGB or THJB PROHIBITORY LIQUOR BILL IN THB AFSBMBLY EXCLUDING BONDS AMD MORTGAGES

AS A BASKING BASIS- -TBI PANAMA RAILROAD COMPANY? TBB BRNATE ON A BKNDKR, BTC. Albajtt, Feb. 21, 185V TCie multitude again Booked to the Assembly Chamber this morning at an early hour, in anticipation of the final vote on the Prohibitory Liquor bill, which wa? ordered to be talien at twelve o'clock. At that hour tbe Speaker announced tbe special order. Mr. O'Kcefe moved that the IIoum adjourn eine die. Ruled out of order. Mr. Coleman moved to recommit, with instructions to strike out the resolution. He could not sit stUI and see a bill of such a character, of so great a commerolal intci est, of such vital importance, as the one under con "deration, to become a law without entering bia protest against it. He was as much opposed to intempereu ;e as any other person, and would go as far a. any gentleman o suppress It. Thfre is an immense interest at stako in too city of New York and otter place# A Nincria |alloUDr:rofindis\>Lr^?UUnWa .1??, aSSH which is used lor drinking porpcSfs. '' n0t * dr?P ?f Ur ftSt? th? ?otion Dot in order. Mr. u Ktefe tben moveu to recommit tbe bill irith in ?m,tssy?A suss? S& nope of s.aving off the vote ou the bill Thara . hnttw l,eT"1'7 ?f ?fKh<T aga.nst some thirty o* forty but that minority ii a gtllant band H? "it ' isnatlcfto call t be "p re v*oua que it ion" Such a meanness caps the climax of all the disn'c.M Impactions of the Maine law fanatics. P'^ble Mr. Ltigb called to order. ul 3rour ord6r in writing. ctidtajjl 7 f#lt T"' Indigent at the course of pre Mr. Leigh railed to order. toVtllTng*" < en,andert lb* I'"1"' ot order to be reduced Mr. Wager ro-e to a question of order. to k|*sker did not recoan,?i him, but gave the floor ?vkL'L",110 Calt,d P?'0? quest ion. Lost' ?0T* 10 th4t ?>ot!on on the Uble. A motion was then mule to adjourn. Lost A question thin arose whether the rail f<ir the nn tious question applied to tbe motion to re commit* ? a ^,r<* reading of tbe b.llV ' -"i"1" ?? ?- w ? "? "? ? Ibe Speaker called bim to order. jaiwastfas? s a-sawM nS.'Xfi*1- 10 Mr. Mclaughlin moved that Mr Stevtns have tbe net i ?""*4 , and m(n:bt*rfl wore directed to pani between them sfand' jS^^r.ttswal&SS I uK^MiMra*./Ki2" ' "? ?? ?" .1.0 .U.JS 1 n>P,e#U,u*' '9r sojournment bavin? arrived Mr ; O'Keefe reminded tbe Chair that the Hon.. j adjourn. Decided, that a. the roa.Tng of the hOnSd | H ^TeTdDft^?0a(dJOUrB,tt,'t -? ***?? until ii>2 ?*hJrh*Mr??.the COT,""ued for an hour, d<ir 1 taKen, when the Speaker wu Uill ri,. " ,niL> '' i ha usfedai^eltorts I saUve 10 fort7 four in the ne r Ll ^i al.Mnt? K Cole, (wh> ) Mr. I'odge, (democrat.) and Mr. Hunt, fwh-V I rfi'l. 1 foMbe!->Mte " "?Uhe "" t&* P^--' n5w | The debate rroper ended Is st evening. Mr ?teb^lns He w as't o! ' P." ' * P'* ^ 'svor of the l>mper*nrs b.U : awsss'jMi-r"'' ? i*.r'.W*~,ford, ( bairman on P?nki in the FTonne suit. Tn? rnn'ri". ln"T*',tiD* report, reommenJmg that bonis i sn< niortpsg<* be no 'on^er dopoi>it?d with the Hin' lie "lbe I/fislatnre ?bould Uke one step further an.l or but* ?<? otfer sutaintSa ftrcbff I or tbj mortfagp recuritiaa now d?i>o(iiteJ tj?? tained* C,t b'?k? ^4 r??T, may.nK to '"Teaw the capital stock of t!?e I (ina it a f.ai'rrad Coiiicaov to tha* nm?\ . n * .<? , mRk" "* ?**'?< eismined A the I egi?lattue wHh much susp'c-on. lher? han yet bwn no s Jfsfa - n ^v*JI ^wr tbU Urge increase of eatiltal as the road is now < omplete, enuii.niH] with . . ? 'J number of locomotive, s?d Vo? the i- ?*' of aU the travel and fre1?Twh"h maJ^o^S' ?o?r many comiBg years. Ihs t.ll a, king for suoh in'rri 1 ; T ^ ?f the .Sennte. Tbe intel!i??n-? rn ! 1 mad is of a chtra-t.r whirh ? 1h."^0",n"^,tl0 UU(b legislative favor fie?.l!t u Jt p r" ?"Ubu?l'*?l for passengers and i .. . , . ,"e'1 in eaerWUnt character as mu The a *??. n*i?n ?( rlJlr?*d ent-rpr.se b? ft? Jbrongh paaaa ge, either way. it twenty U J* cen's /or every pound of ba? gsge. 0? gold the rate ia one quarter of one lit chaired ?jHh*r/r1,e,r" 0ft,?*reh?n':i?* and freight Vif^ S h proportionable rates. The diaUnce from' A?l?!jr ?* ?r"UP,M fou* bo?? time In crossiog from Asplnwall to Tanama, and vice rtna. It m?v an?wer, perhaps, to charge such extravagant prices to i'^UIT l.Vef^K0 **d r*.turnlM from Call for nU bat keavy and severe upon tbe labariar r? ? nl? who d?lve Into the mines, day after .'?r in *U reasons, to gather a little gold dust to Utter thi'coU lk? ol their remote families on the Pacific side It M*ms thatwhiM the l anama Comsanv standing stee* St 110. Ike Jaaagers th'ai tha ? te*4 i? Ike Rate ef New Vwl uciH | like this upon Uttbix iamtinvU V if ths Legislature of the Stale of Mew York constat to grant tho addition ?1 capital, a provision tbould most asauredly be laserted, establishing a tariff of prices within the means of ordi nary paaseagers. The te>n?tu agreed to adjourn on the 2lat of March, in order to visit tho New York institutions. TUo Hou*t, having assigned a previous day, will probably recede, end couoitle witn the Senate. Liquor Law In Delaware. Wilmington, D#l., Feb. 21, 1855. Tbe prohibitory liquor law passed the House yester day, by a tote of eleven to ten. From Washington. W abiii nqtox , Feb. 21, 1856. The Star says that tbe government has clrcamstan tial proof sufUcient to convict the charterers of tbe steamer Massachusetts of an Intention to violate the neutrality lawr. The United State* brig of war Perry, now at Norfolk, ban been put in commission, and will be despatched to the African station. UNIT BP STATES 8UPRE.V1E COURT. WaSHUtorotl, Feb. 21, 1856. Hon. James A. McPougsll, of California, was admitted ' as au attornsy and counsellor of tbe United States 8u 1 prune Court, to day. No. 72, John Charles Fremont, appellant, vs. the United States. The argument was ontinued by Attorney General Cnthing, for tbe appellees, and by the Hon. John J. Crittenden, for appellant. Election In Chautaaquo County. WnrriKLD, Feb. 21, 1856. Both tbe representatives in the Legislature from Chau tauque county have been sustained by the people. All the towns except three in tbe county hare given large American majorities. Election of County Officers. Syracuse, Feb. 21, 1855. At the town elections In Onondaga county, on Tues day, eight democrats, six wlifea, two free soilers, and two Know Nothing Supervisors were elected. Conviction of Lottery Managers. Allkntown, Pa., Feb. 21, 1865. The trial of the managers of tbe Catasqua lottery was concluded to-day. Nathaniel Frederick was fined six thousand dollars and costs; William Grass, three thou sand and costs. Both stand convicted nntil the Qne is paid. Scene at a Democratic Meeting. Eautok, Pa., Feb. 21, 1855. The democracy held a meeting last night to denounoe Senator Fry for supporting Mr. Cameron in the legisla tive convention. Resolutions to that effect were intro duced, when Mr. Fox, an American democrat, offered an amendment. A rich scene ensued, the Americans turning out the regulars, and taking possession of tie meeting. Resolutions were pained sustaining Mr . Fry, and instructing the members in the House to support Cameron. Arrival off the Southern Mall. Baltimork, Feb. 21, 1855. Two New Orleans mails, bringing dates as late as due, were re ceived here this evening. Movement* off Steamalilpe. DEPARTURE OF THE EMPIRE CITY. Nrw Orlla.vs, Feb. 23, 1865. Tit steamship Empire City sailed to-day for New York via Havana. ARRIVAL OF THI KNOXVILLE AT SAVANNAH. Savannah, Feb. 20, 1866. The steamship Knoxville has arrived here, in fifty-nine hours from Hew York. Market*. PHILADELPHIA STOCK BOARD. Philadelphia, Feb. 21, 1856. Tlie money market la easy to-day. Stocks are dnll. Reading, 38; Morris Canal, lf>,l<; Long Island Railroad, 17 }? ; Pennsylvania Railroad. 46; Pennsylvania State Fives, 88. New Orleans, Feb. 20, 1866. Our cotton market to-day has undergone a decline of He. a ??c. on qualities below middling, while middling and the descriptions above remain unchanged. The sales of the day were 7,000 bale* Charleston, Feb. 20, 1866. Our cotton market Is firm, l?ith sales during the past two days of 6,175 bales, at prices ranging from 0c. a Wo. The Faatlng Season . LENT AND HOW IT SHOULD BE KEPT. Yesterday, A*h Wednesday, being the first day of Lent, was celebrated with becoming solemnities in the Episcopalian and Roman Catholic churches throughout the city. At tbe Roman Catholio Cathedral, la Prinoe street, the customaij services of the conjlteor were ( t trictly observed. The observance of this day originated from the an:ient I ceremony of blessing tbe ashes on that day, with which the priest marked a cross on the forehead of the peni tent, saying, at the same time : "Memento, homo, quod pulvis es, et in pulverem re verters. " Literally -. "Remember, man, thou art dust, and ihalt return to dust." Although the celebration of these fait and feast i days are not much observed In this country, ia ; Roman Catholic communities they are regarded as of the utmost importance. Last Tuesday was the end of the carniral, and is known as Shrove tide, a day looked forward to with great Interest in tha "Old Country'' as the season of fun and pancake*. There the wish of old and young Is i 1 et glad Shrove Tuesday bring the pancake thin Or fritter rich, with apples stored within. In tbe Roman Catholic Church the faithful are interdict" i ed, during Lent, from forming any matrimonial alliances whatever. Accordingly, from Sunday preceding Lent to Ash Wednesday, thtre are aaore connubial knots tied than on any other three days In the year. We are in , formed that on last Sunday, in th* Roman Oatlioiic churches in this city, the bancs of a number of unhappy twes, anxious to be made happy ones, were announced from the altar. During the forthcoming six weeks, ending on Easter Sunday, the communicants of the Catholic Church are i expected to abstain from tbs use of fiesh meats, and | other such rarities, and, besides, otherwise mortify 1 their tlnful bodies. Tbe following, from an old English poet, mny afford a bint on bow TO IUT A TRL'JC LMST. Ia thin a faat, to keep The iaider 1cm ne And elf ace ?tm fat t f veale* and ahecp ? li it to quit tbe Of a?ib. y*t itill I To 111 The platter high with 8*hf !? ft to fMt an hour, Ox rtti'd to (O, Or (how A downcait look irnl *ourV No 'tia a fait to del* Thy abeaf of ? heat Aad meat l ute the buo(H7 con). It ia to faat from *trife, From old debato, And bate 1o ciicumctre thy lift. To (how a heart grief rent; To *tarve thy aln ? Not bin, And that'* to k?e? thj Lent. It will be noticed la tbe offlioial notification wblcb we give below that the dUpeneationa grants 1 by tie Arch Biahop are more num?roua thia year than uanal. It appeara that after n?*t Sunday meat ia allowed on Mod i daya, Tuesday*, and Tburedaya, during the continuance of I-eat. Thi* li good ne?a for tbe butcher*. In olden time* Iient was tbe *ea*on for a number of ccremoniM that are now aimoat forgotten, and live but in tradition. Wo are Inforard that it wa* tbe cuitom at one time, in England, for the urchin*, toward* tbe end of Lent, to go from ene bouM to another, beating pie -ea of aticb* togetbar, and crying Herring*, * erring*, white a red, Ten a p?nny, I^nt'i dead; Kite dame and give an egg, Or elae a pwee of baeon. On* for Titer, two lor Paul, Tbtee for Jack, a Lent'* all Away. L?nt, away. and if tbe dame refuted the ipecimrna of Youog Eug j *nd exiit'ng at tbat day tha expected large**, they left i '.he bout* crying ? Ilrre *it* a bad wife: Tbe devil take bar life Pet her upon a *wi?ej. And KDd ber to the devil! Fut there ningular custom* are faat paaaing away, and with them m?ny of tbe moat remarkable p? lull *ri tiea of the age tbey were produced in. There are atill a few revering apiriU. who bold them la piooa leoolloctioa, b*lie> lug tbat the evanta or pereona they commemo rated are deterrirg of remambraace, and (ft ling, more i ovar, tbat tbe observance of tboie day* do much t? warda keeping their ??msmorie* green." The following are tbe regwlatioaa for I?at for the pre *?at yeai ? 1. All the week da ft of Leat, from Aah Wedneeday till ?a*ter Minday, are faat dava of precept, oa one meal, with the allowance M a moderate eoliatioa. % Tie precept of faattag impliaa aleo that of ab*U r.raee from the u*e of taah moat. Hat by 4i*ftMatlo? >be u?o of fleth meat u allowed in tbia dioc< ?? at the prlpoiptil meal on Mondays, Th< daya and Thuiadaye of I*at, from the lirnt Sunday matil Palm Sunday. 3. Tbe use of m*fct m rot allowed on Thuriulfcy nut after Anb-W*<lneBii..y, nor Ma any day In holy *eek im n>< ibately preceding Hat-'er f-urwUy. 4. There it n?iti?r fan' nor abetin* nse tobi obi<rv?4 on SntiJayi of Lent, except P*!in .Sunday, whioh m a day of abstinence (run Mesh meat but nut a day of faat. 6. It in not allowed to uee dab with fiovh meat at tna lame weal. ti, There U i.o pr. Mbltlon to u>* ejr*e. butter or cbeene, firovided the ru>t o! quantity prenciibed by tbw fa.'t b?> complied witb. 7. Tbe church exeunt from the ohliifatiun of futlog (but not of ab'-tineii' ficm II?*U,) except in special cikh of xickne** an') tbe like, tbe following '.J**?** ?i persons: ? lit, Xav iblirra 'id. '1 how wboi* ilttiM are of an exhausting or lahorlont character. 3d. those who are only attaining their growth 4tj. Womin lr. pregnancy, or nursing iLiant*. 6tb. Tho-.e who are en feebled by old age. Mm inc Affalrh Fou EtTtom.? The eteatn?hlp Atlan'ir, Captain Weat, aallc'1 at noon yeattr Jay for Liverpool, w.th ilxty pa? aengera and tl,;>2l,lG7 lu apecle. An Ancibmt Cravt ? An itogllab collier, called the Piitce of Walea, waa U'ely wrecked at tho Kore, mo ith of tbe river Tlmm-e, which waa built cu that river in 1762, and consequently ninety three yuaa- old when lost. She was of 181 tcni burthen, and bad b?en t!l thine yearn engaged as a oolller b t ween the Tyne and London. Personal Intelligence. AJOtlVALB. Among the arrivals at the Metropolitan Hotel, \ esli id-y. were ('aptaina Gardiner ami Kn-'le, ot the Nary. They are >i> a visit to this city lur tho purpose of procariag suitable ?turners for >n arctic expedition. At tbe Irving House? Rev. 0. W. Rons. Portland; Roe. I: B. Armand, Concord, N. lj . ; Hon. P. II. Yonm;, Us**.; lloa. T. C. Jinti, St. Johns, > e? loundland; J. 1*. Motl, Hnlli'aa; K. L?>rd, Fieruout, N. Y ; Dr. 11. Lane, Philadelphia; Uha<. Prentiss, New I.i n don; t'ul. S. Field, Pawtuckett, R. I.: D W. Workman, Philadelphia; H. Panfleltl, U. 8. A ; J. I.. Slocum, Providence, R, I.; 8. Willlstou and lady, Mass. At the St. Niehi.lais? den. Leslie Combe, Kentucky : Col 1). B. Horney, Fbiladelphia; Col. Spooner, Boston; A. Iialy, i'aris; B. Gittlng, do.; A. Kinciair, Bdiubur^; M m. Cor* macb, do.; J. R. Posey, St. l.ouis; Joseph Greeiibur*,. London: Charles Hodge*. Mauchenter; J. Howiand, Boston , 8. Dunlup, Philadelphia; 11. 1>. Nurton. Norwieh; O. It. White, PitUborii; E, Poud, Koehestcr; C'ol. Seymour, I'lir inont; i. V. Coxe, t'lneinueti; P. C. Calhoun, Bri(i<"p?r?; Mr. lirombcrgb, Druburj; Mr. Sand, Lluia; A. 11. Lettle, Paris. At the Preseott ll um? Hob Brastns Hopkins. Ma-?.i Major Webb, Cleveland, Uhlo; B. G. Knight, do.; C. IV. Kuapp, do.; Sol. Johnson, New York: Uon. Judge Jiawca. Com . ; 11. l>e Wolf, Providence, R. J.; 11. V. Barriuier. Cinn., Ohio: J. V. lturrnu'', C'. S. N.; It. Selduu, Wathins ton; II. N . Bill, St. Stephens, S. U.; O. B. Brown, Bostnu; (Jcori:i! Lyon, do.; (jeorite F. ?nurj', da.; James Hewitt, Louisville. Ky.: L. White aud lady, Georgia: Col. F. W Walktr, PouKbkeepsie; K. W. Unll, Mass. ;N. Greene, Bri Ue port I R. W. Clarke, Oyster Hirer; Mr. and Mis. l>ockerv Chatham. From Liverpool, in tbe steamship Baltie? Mr N I. Wilson, bearer of despatches from London; Mrs Wilton, Mr and M re Edwsrd Ilaiaht, Mrs T N l>alc, three oblidren and seriant; Mrs Krolpfelfer and two children, Mr C A Raki-slwita, bearer of despatches l>um Russia, Prussia and Bremen: Mi AW Little, hearer of dopntenes from France; Mr H M Bruce, Mrs and Miss Bruce, Captain and Mrs A Forsyth, Captain and Mrs 8 Pepper and danahter, Mr and Mrs Thomas C Of (Miry, Mr and Mrs Robert Webb, Mrs Lavtreno), Mr anl lira Thomae Riley and four CaucliU-rs, Mrs Lsrner and tbreo children, Messrs B G Walnuri^ht, Dudley Davenport, late Secretary to the U S I, elation at Yi< nua; U P Doruian. W O Dale, W F W allitt, John E Jones, John Forwood, Ernest SteiRCr, F F Bisoboli, Jos Trueman, Rev J C Rich moi.d, Jacob Gi'laner, C Guillvniat, Geo Munton, Nathan Sleeper, Wm Bradbu.-y, E Aokroyd. D H Beattio, J Jacob sohn and niece, 1' Hringoldi, L lloredia, A W Bowman,. Antoine Victor, Geo C Harwood and son, 8 Cburehmaa, W O l.ani.,on, John Brown, W II Baldwin, John Besford. Mi chel Scbiliaal, J W l.igEins, C Daly, B Gettlni, R F H Uor ton, Max Bromberg, L Friedman, A Sus, B Fleisobman. W G Pierce, Andrew Smith, John Fair, M Myers, F H Patti Min. F Leake, Wm Cormack, Alex Sinclair. Sen or Gregoria de Ajnria. J Greenberry, Ciias Hod^ua. Saad Vi jtor. Count Kaiinski, 8 Y Sears, J C Martin? total 92. DtPABTUBW. 1% tbe steamship Atlantic, for Liverpool? Madame Grisl and maid servant, Signer Mario and servant, Miss tt'ini.a, Mr Y Gimbernat, Mr J Hohrrtion, New York; Mr W Yoak ler, do; Mr and lira J Ednard*, do; Mr J 8 Hope*, do: Mr UC A (iariett, do; Mr John i' lei, do; Mr and Urn W E Uow - land, do; F Garirolle, of Vsxioo; C K Sehmidt, (iermany; Hjr Ar her, Canada; Mra Joi n ( oilman and chili:, New York; Mr S Warton, Buffalo; Mr A!jx Simpson, Montreal; Hy UHueas man, Alonxo Booth, S Mnuu, .NY; Dr B Ccnipbell and a?n, A Boody, David Campbell, V Towusend, A Fro-idman, N i; J F Levin, Boptou; C W Chaf in, F C Sanford, '4 Y; II Boiu pert, N V , Mr Holly Hndaon, Ain Consul BueuosAyrea; Win Nihlo, N Y; Mrs Lewit DeKay, N J;Miaa l'anny Armatronir, NY; W B Howlaud'a two servants, R Sis3ot, Switzerland; Me-srs J A Hupbes, New York; Joan Eranuh.in, Spain; S a Sherman, Mra Hart and infant; M.ssrn J Richardson, New York; F Campbell. A I egrniid, Paris; Mr and Mr* R n Thomson, Scotland; Mosprs Rl* Webb, Enj; J 1 Birch, Phil; S Taylor, Canada; C Cur^hi, G W Boiviehy, Wm Urow ? er. New York; Jamea Spencer, Ptil; Geo Kerne, Germany Total, CO. In the steamship Florida, for Savannah? Andrew 8 Gan, 1* P Randolph, J R Mc.-iunns, J N Ward. T J Hough. Win S Kennnehan, John A Kennoehan, Joseph Ilcrtfleld, E Feneht ? w?n,er. J A K el ley, George I. Booth, Mrs Henry II Go?;e ahall, William R Martin, fwliert B Potter, Mrs W H Bow - land, Moon, Bri W A Follansbee, A Runge, Mr Kieta, Mi?? Andrews, MissSima, W H Howlaud, Edward Norton, Johu aton l.lvingaton, lady, child and aervant, I.oula Litin^nton, F A Pcodder, Jamea Nearer, F Green, W Btlden A brother* N Groatmayer, and 10 in the ateerage. Coronets* Inquests. DEATH FBOM AN 0VKKD08K OF LAl'DJNl'K. Coroner O'Uonntll held an inquest upon lb<- body of Catherine Thompson, a girl about seventeen 7 tarn of age, who came to her death (rum the effects of an ovar do.se of laudanum, .idministerei iy hsrse'.f by mlatake. Hie deceased, it appears, having been laag a suflerer with /ore throat, was in the habit of taking small dosea of laudanum to relieve the pain, and on the occasion above e lie took an overdose of thepoiaon, W-iich result -d in her deatb. The jury rendered a verdict is accor3an? with the above facts. Court Calnidan-Thli Day, Usiteb Status Djhtkict Court? 96, 9<i, 10, 26, 30, 1 40, 62, 63, 64. Scrums Corirr? Gicsksal Tkrm. ? 63, lot, 166,189. 24, 43, 47, 48, 60, 62. 63, 64, 14, 22, 41, 42, 4?, ?6. I CmcriT? 969. 1524, 141ti, 842, 842;,', 1070, 1680, to. 1684, 1686, 1B89. Cokmo* Pleas? rart lat? To be trieJ by the Court, without a jury, 28 to 42. l'art 2d? To be tried by the Court witout a jury, 11,13, 10, to 27, 43. SrnJiia* Ooriw? Nos. 417, 660 669, 746, 776, 771, 78<V 667, C78, 782, 7J4, 786, 786, 788, 780, 790, 702, 783, 791, 796 to 882, 824, 826, 114, 272, 20, 96. White's Spring Style of Hau for GeiitU? men's wear la now ready. Bil corrogated brim in th*? moat unique ?tyle ever introduced. RIAL 212 Broadway, corner Fultoa. A iiMiii'i.Dagur 1 rcol) pea-LaiKt^lM tor Fifty cents, colored and In a nice ease, linod wl'.h velvet an t preserver, twice tba alxe others make for 60 cent", and equal in qualitv and tire to tlioae madeelie vbere for $2*. ANSON'S, 689 Broadway, opposite Metropolitan HuteL Farewell to the storms; lyrlng la coming. and now for a atiU great* r increase of the steady tide of patrons who have all winter long poured in upon ROOT, the renowned daguerreau and plmtograpbic artlat, at No. 863 Broadway. The unequalled beauty and perfec tion of hia work, ea|? c ally his life aiM photographs on canvass, challenge a.'i rivalry. Call and aee thera. PoKtralta by the Patent Pioccaa for i> cent*. 60 cents, tl and $6. or 62 60 per doxen. Depot of the worka of art and aale of UOLHEj' United States pat'-ul double acting camera, '.89 Broadaay. NllkL? We Will Open Thla Morning, Tii-ce caaes of rich striped and plaid silks, which we will aell at. 6s. per yard, worth 9a ; al'o, three ca.es of barege d? lainrs at Is. per yard. E. U. LEADBEATKK, o47 way, corner of Lronard street. Cravati and Jolnvlllc Tire, T.nteat Fren-la styles, just received and for sale, wholesale and retail, by C. B. HATCH k CO , Importers of Gentlcmea's Fur nishing floods, No. 9t? Chambers street, corner of Church . Carpets from Auction at a Wonderful Re duction in pricea, at H1KAM AN PERSON'S, 99 Bowery . N B. ? 100,000 yarda Telvet tapeatry carpets, at Ha. 9a. 10a ; Ml OCO yards benutiful thrte ply and Ingrain car pets at 3s., 4s., 6*., 6a., 7a., per yard. News Agenta.? Abbei St Yates, Packers anA forwarders of the daily sad weakly Nkw Yohh Hk*su>, and all o'her dailies puollabed in the city, vnd all weekly papers published In the Union, together with magazine*,, standard works, and cheep publications. If you desir* punctuality and def patch, n nd your orders to ABBE Jk YATES, 22 Beekmsn street. Broken Banks? Prr sent Valine? Eight I a Avenue taken at par, Ui-vernment Sto:k, 60 rents' Br dgeton. 90 <ents; W teat Growers, 95 cents; Erie an 1 Kalamaroo, 40 cents: Washtenaw, 40 centa; lewis County, 2A cents, st EVANS' Clothiag ffarehojee, and eg Fulton street. Allies t H. Hlroluy will hold hla R'gnlar at mi- weekly auction sale of atocka and hon>ta, thla day, at 12 o'clock, at tba Merchants' hxebarge. For fur (her l artienlara aee his adrerttment in an uber column. Catalogues can be obtained at ths office, No 4 Bioat st. T.ast Wetki? The Hnoka of the ( oamopolllan Art and IJterary Association will close in tbiacity 00 tba 24tli inst. Subscribers to the Knickerbocker, or aay o<~ the oth*r three dollar magarnes, receive a -ertiflcate o /' membership, entitling them to a share In the first distri bution of works of art, to take place at Mandueky, Ohio, on the !81h inst., sure. Subeenptiona received at No. '1 Aator House, snd at the kn ckerboeker ofllce, No. 34* Bread say, up staira. W< siding Cards.- An assortment of Kvardell'a' elegantly engraved wedding cards, envelopes, fce eaa ? ? bad oa application er aeat by post to aav part of the* country. Fstabliahed.in 1140. JAMES ITraOELL Jttt Broadway, corner of Dnane street. Tattle's Toy EanportBMS? Many people are-. prevented from entering a atorr on Broad w^y, Mag an air the impression that tbsy must neoeaearily pay aor? for the r goods than In the by atreets Buck Is not tho ease, al least at TtTTlX'9. At a sample, the rubber crjlsg babies he sella at (1, 61 36, $1 56 an I 62; otb-.r rubber toys at inoportiooahiy low rate* Wax dealt*, from WJK centa to t comprising some eiiteen aliee. We mention these articles more particularly from their bein? easily recognised. Reaaember, No. 346 Broadway. Heavy Beaid In a Kottle.^Ny Ongwerat wll? force the whiskers or moustache to grow str jag a?A thick la all weeks, sad will not stala or lajtire the akin. ?1 a bottle, sent to any part of the co-.ntry. >? 6. f, RAH AM. 685 Broadway, fcelber, 44 SouU Third street, I hlladelpnia. The Only ESMasi Eilersabiater a# laK rockreaehee, kc , Is (osUr s Wcolesale a>4 retail de pel, 36$ Breadwsp, Vrae genuine unie.? signed by HENRY ft CWriR.