Newspaper of The New York Herald, February 14, 1857, Page 4

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated February 14, 1857 Page 4
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f 4 NEvV YORK HERALD. ? < * t * Vd R DON iritOB. :mor*isTOB. Fin . yr. ?? ?* of viNun *? nawni m* t?i<um i\n ?w?. *4 ra* *-vt*rno. .*oibw*t n?*4trk, c'i\?dw?y?J ack Ctn-ADiT wx> ih? uicniu, ___ nil')'* w*?-Tcht *Ori Feat?-Tm? Oik'Mrr - l-M \ o? V??rii?__ll*??WA. mvwtn < rxmm ifw?f?-do*cis*?bt Ba*.in? iu R siit.i* 8teii? jack. vnmn ? witw th*a?m.?. ~-ntt-i~ mmi'in' m ? hi* l.a"t 1 ??* -t>"? ii*- iw-bitill lottlk-Winn, AM) MaUMH*? SlAMMR rwill. #Ai.t-A<*l tBIAtll Bra*4ni Cina'j-WiLm. mtHVBi: W4'<i lull1! tbiaTU, ti?4 Beoadway?Davi? twvii. > atn? ; iioimj. ?AR.*r*> ABBBIOAir umim, Breadway-ABerMHlMl 'railing? Oirui's DHBIM. ft WO ?HBlfiTT ft WOOD'S MIN8TBBL, 444 Bread waj Boniii Oij Oloom. fWHUIT'R HftRBKADBKa. DM Breed way-BrmenAM HNMUf?U-QO?OI TO Pa K am. KBCHA Ka!X, 472 Headway -SHU MBLomtv tft, ?' WukiM or raa al Oaaierr's tfixtmtaiA. WO. 3T" HBOaDWaT ocpoel'e Broadway Tkeatre?Armwaaw TiiK Hr?Hi>rD IMTART Www* York, ?aiuntay. DYnrawy 14, !Sj7. Mailt fur Garope. WWB !*T* TO HI HKBALD?EDITION FOB ETROPB. Me Oenard ?t< arotblp Alje, Oapt. Krgltati, will leawe lb* afternoon, for Urorpool the Koropoan mail* will close Id this oily at a qnvter before two oolocft P M. Ma European edn.Vto of if.# Rhraid, prtoted la French 4W4 Bng'lsb. wo) bt. pnbiwbcj at tea o'clock In tbe mora* ?, Btngie oof'or. ft> wrapper*, sixpence. babec. iplK?t>a a.'.! uUrorllscirtnt (or any edition of tbe Bw Ioak .ica alp wWl be recelTOd at Um following ymaar u K opr ? I*wn?<>- .its If ' Tpcao RrprweOo , 41 King William ei Do. do. a Place do ia Bcurse. lis mi i Do do 0 Cbapol street. fcwwarooL?.''ci?n Hr.rtrr, IS Ktcbarig* stmet, Raat aawni?Am. & rnroj can fit "rets Co., 91 H jo Oornetlle SBe e-)n:t>rla of tbe European e-ittton of tbe Hrralp m u <u>i> h v ?.w? rnotMved br mall and lAitmah a o*c dnrlag the previous week, ud op to Ute boar fl pwebniroo Oic lot ton o( lb>; Sunday Herald. Me rr|o:?r oronlaiioobf ibo Srsnav iixK.m basin on d to Et-a'.y :\ouiat%d cnput during Ui? geeernt eprrf Tbte la mux a man ibe aggregate tester of al' the clher Sunday p?p-*rr jiul together. Advertiser* of all S'ud* ttruld lake tbeae important taots biio etas' tearotk e <*nr*tg the prison*. optn'ng aoanon. Tbe New*. TV- stealer Dps has been substituted for tbe Baltta, aud will reave this afternoon for IJverpool. Tbe mads will e!o?e at a qcurter before two o'elock P. M. By tbe arrival of tbe steamers City of Baltimore bom Liverpool, and'be Oorge La * from Aspinwall, we have news from nearly all parts of tbe world. Tbo dates are:? levtrpcc) Jan 2* If I to Jan 23 Loa<*on Jan *8 Marseilles Jan. 24 Par* J.--B 37 R rim Ian. 26 Bsmbay Jan. 2 I'anaasn Kjo. 3 Ui'-oiu line .tprnwad I'.ib 3 naekong Dec in M? bourm, tna ..Nov 14 Mediae Deo >7 "an Fraaotmo Jan. 23 M>dr'rl Jan gr> YalpeiSUi Ian. 1 Maurti'ua Deo. 7 QallaA Irs U Tntfte Jan 16 cerhagene, N. G..Jaa. 21 W?u Jui 24 Sao .man del t*ar. Ian la C??' n Dec 22 Hi tat, Nia Jan. 11 Tbe news fmm Kurope. a brief synopsis of which ppcasr-d in vesterday s Hkhald, is four days later than preujw* advices. The arrival ot the Persian Ambafiwdoi at Paris; the order for the evacuation f the Panuhian Principalities; the proclamation of an Aus'riun amnesty in Italy ; the order assembling the British Parliament on the 3d insl.; and the feverish tundiiioo of the money market, are the ami features of the intelUgeace. The Arctic ship Ke?olulr had been dismantled and converted into a hoik. With rega. d to aflVr- at Csnton, a de-pateh from Hongkong, dated Pec. 16, states that the Chinese had fired on another vessel (tearing the American tia, . and that the Barrier Forts irerc totally desob-bed by the Fnglish in c maequcncc. Tbr Per-un Ambassador had been received by the Enpcror Napoleon, and his Majesty's reply to the addres- of the Minister wa- considered signifi <int of an approaching peaoe between England and the 8fcah. I-ate r advices from the Peraian Calf, however, tend to show that warlike op-rations were being a-tively carried out. The island of Krrrack was tjrrupied by the British on the 4th of Pc n<s-?, and on the ' rh Bnshire surrendered to the t^i; -n fleet a'ter being bombarded f<>r an hour. Th? news from California is interesting:. Govern r Johnson, in hi- message to the 1 legislature, denoun- es repudiation and recommends th; payment I th- illegally contracted State debt. Hi entire Ma?c debt amounts to but a trifle over three raiitions of dollar*. The election of M< --rs. Brodcrkk and < v.n tf> tic United Senate bad elicited ?e*rre aaimadvcr-bi, fiom the neutral pre**. The*gentler-,e.n arriTet] in toi* city in the <;?or<te larw, and yesterday received the < ongrj'u'.at . >or of tbeir prr?.n?' and political t dmirera. On the tth ntt. UliftiU wja -hal.er. bv a violent earthqtuke. The ahfv k wna attended, however, with bnt litt e dam jr. The <George I** brought to tbi? por: II 007.MW n treaaure. nhirh 1* 1700,000 le ? than the emi-mon'tily ehipttei? ot a corrcp tnding period lit* year. The ?t? am^hl- Pler.a Neec'la had arrived at rantnut frcrn SanJuau tf?.I Sur. which ]>ort *be left on the lwth i:lt. tier off"- era report On. Walker to be at Sac Jor;e. near Riva?, 1 ^0*> rtronr. well ?r.pplied ard h ? men tli g*K-d apirlt*. lie bad not yet beard - f the raptnre of the boat* at f<r*Tletn and n ?h" ~an .loan river, hot from the fa'-t of the lake ateam?r? tr-t having retnrnrd to Virgin Bay, be eu?yr*tri] th?t e ni'thing h td g )ae * rong. He had a arfcooner of eighty ton? burthen with which to e?j?er?te on the lake. No attempt had Ive.i made he the ?.'o*4a Ream agaicrt Vi'gtn Huy np to the 17th ult. The de?ertere from Wa'.Vtr gave a more antavarablc report o( the rooditinn of liU men. The lb iti*h rt earner of -0th nit. from Urrvtown, bad arrived at A?pinra11. twit rer?ort?<<l no new* wha?? ver of the proceeding of (?'. L > kridrr* and hie parly no the San Juan river. Our ac.o.urte by Col. were t" tPe !1* I rom New CranaO., we hare rumor* of aa iaawr w-ii'-ii again*4 4be go.?rnm?nt of Q*piiu.the Pre?i 0? n ? i.l; til* li>ra! p?i*r* ?trc>u"-.?l^ deny tbi"t-itl and ??v thai the were gotteo np bj Uw eotjMtva'.i\ea for political ptirj"Tl?*t* fe no n*w? froai Mr. Morw, the nrw rixnBil^ioni r, ?ent ?*rt lo F. f ta ?j r roirnaret, Vftrr* on t*e lattiDioe ontintn qnlet. Th< ,?Jv. r frotn Par bring im nothing <1?aliout tl' rovolutwa la tUnt rafmbli) . (enernJ \ lanoo aeem* to be making e<?ie progrw*. nod life -teamen* hare made a d n?>n-'r.?ti'>n againot tLr flipping in Hie port of Cnll?>.?He had tJicn p> ? ..r> tJ tlig? ( hiii- lift !hut *1 ?* j Air, .!?? to lb* foreign niinMer* to my llut a!'. bite-eat* would i# prote< ted. A Frwirau, with letter! from the wife of VlrnftCh, waa arr?rtt4 in the hai bor of f'nllno while endeavoring to fp* on board the rebe! a'eamere. It tf r?id that th? cter eptcd letter* awiprem;* Mr. SoIHeaa. the Briliah Mivi?*ei and Mr. (Taj. the Amtrkaa Mialaier. fiiiie ontinuea pro*perou?. The Co?i* Hin&a C oner wa? at ill at Valparniao, pcrfoetln* tbe n? w poll. y ot the nonth and (< wHt.u Ame.if tut tH ?iea wi Ji referrn ? to the f pi esaioo of Yankee ?:ibt.">Tw.. Meipge, the California dnf.vilter *o ?<ai. to b? rwplov?d a* a workman ?* the .NMtiapo flail'bad. Molina waa quiet. The re it* tioin Anekralia i? t rv. Fl eir *ti do.. at Melir>i.rn?? t tti p?' ton. The hane^t prom *d we J. 1 be rohi ?r n .-ie' )o| ab r?<lmtly. I'nc r??ftil fri" ?3 '"a. >wr e. K > rwt ; ' ? o' '/ h e . ,,v, nd IY ' KF trade for coasting vessels ?u permitted it Tletoriu. The Pttoairn Islanders were In a very distressed condition in their new home at Norfolk Island. We have da*en from (ireat Salt Lake City to the 3d of December. There was nothing remarkable going on among the (taints. Nothing of general importance occurred in either Congress or the Legislature yesterday. The snip Sheridan, which arrived at this port yeo _l. .1 a ? CU/lan wiuny, rrpurui seeing, m twu UI|<U vu rnua/ morning, when sixty five miles 8. 8. E. of Bandy Hook, a four mai-ted steamer, apparently disabled in her rudder. 8he was making for this port The Tabernacle was crowded last evening with people assembled to witness the exhibition of the junior class of the Free Academy. The exercises, which were conducted by President Webster and the faculty of the Academy, were highly creditable to the scholars. Our report of the proceedings is crowded out Both branches of the Common Council last evening adopted resolutions welcoming Hon. David C. Broderirk, the Senator elect from California, and placing the Governor'* Room at hi4 disposal for the reception of his friends. The Board of Aldermen concurred in the report of the C mneilmen recommending the removal of the Quarantine further down the bay. The Roard also adopted a resolution calling npon the beads of departments to reoort the financial condition of their departments a', the commencement of each session of the Common Council. Also that the Comptroller be directed, in the payment of claims against the Corporation, to draw no wairant for work in any department where the <re"tf c appropriation for snch department was ex haustcd, and not to divert or apply any specific appropriation without the sanction of the Common Council to the payment of claims not included under *uch appropriation in the annual tax levy. The Mayer HDd the Clerk of the Common Council were instructed to cooperate in carrying this resolution into efl'ect. The Board of Runervisors met vesterdav. Feti '.ions for remission of taxes were presented, when he Cletk staled that tbe time for presenting such petitions bad expired. A report adverse to the c'aira of the hem of the late Judge Edwards wad adopted. an important opinion of the United States 8uoreine Court was rendered yss'erday, which effectully disposes of Mr. Horace H. Day's litigation witu the Goodyear India Rubber licenses, by deciding the utter invalidity of his laim to the ownership of the Chaffee patent. Hie decision seHles another question, which a few ?a[nmer* ago excited considerable interest among be forensic fraternity in this city- namely, an offer f Mr. thas. O'Conor of 11,000 to any person who would produce an authority for a certain ruling of Jodge Jletts, in the trial of Day vs. the New England ''ar Spiing Company, which occupied tbe attention of the United Sta'es Circuit Court for several weeks end was only terminated?and tint prematurely ? ny the death of one of the juror*. Judge Nelson s decision virtually settles the point in Mr. O'Conor s favor, uDd so the il,0<K) is safely returned ti his aocket. Ibecoltoi noi-ke. was excited and active jrettcrlay, r.e sales barltk reacted shoe; 10 000 a 11,000 bates, hoot f .Of o a 7,eoo or wblch were made In transMn. "be market oloeei at an advance o! about <te. per lb. Vp now qocts middling op!at it al >S^e and middling irWaii al Uffe. The news from Europe waa considered note fs-> thai bat beer aoiictpated. while the Wlepiapb acrocnta from New Orleans Indicate! a firmer market. Tbe hweiga news crocked sales of bran-Winds, Lien wera hgtit, while prleea ware without change af irportaace. lork was dull and priori flavored par DWtri tr^sr* were insnj una nnugmo we*, shtch werecrefined ?> T12 bote*. mil ?m?U lott 0#b* vV prire* (It? n r f<mbrr? fence ?* qalet Ud prtOM iiLcfcuijcl. Ireig Li* were laaetlrr, while rate* exhibited no ch?r(? of ncpctinsc* To I oauon I,COO baabele of sheet were ragigeu Is ship'* bejje il 8>*d Uottoe to Mvorfoc: ?m ?i 7 32d a ?4d., nil deed weight nt 2it. Mr. Horhuiin't \dmlnlrf rwtlow?*Ujrns of It?brlllon *mon( thr OftU*c Bri^in. While from the opposition journals in or cry luarter of the I'nion tbire arc abundant manifestations of a fair and liberal spirit towards the incoming administration, it is a remarkable, and ndeed. an ominous fact that the strongest symptoms of a venomous hostility to Mr. Buchanan "ome from the spoilsmen and oflke beggars of the democratic camp. We have two notable specimens before us of this threatened hostility, to wit?the Cincinnati y.nquxrtr. u rather prominent democratic journal 01 me ana ine /'.< v -w. \ a Hungry anu rath?r obecure organ of n fuwy little democratic poil? clique of this city. The olycct of their outcry i? the party organ at Wellington, in connection with the government printing. It in generally undcrrtaod Uiat, with the concurrence of Mr. Buchanan, the Washington Union newspaper bar )>ecn fold to hlr. John Appleion by it# pn-ent editor anu publisher. Mr. hichol#on (the man to whom Gen. Ca>? wrote the Nicholson letter): that Mr Apple ton i# to awumc the control ol the p'?i>< r in b- hall of the new adinioiatration, on or shortly al ter the fourth of March, at d that the enennoue and jnicy plum of the printing of one or both houses of Congrew : "d the Eitcuttrt departments is to be bis res t. if be- can get it A? the appointed head of the federal city organ furw U'"*''' Mr. A pplet' >nseem# lihewise to be jf-nerally accepted by iht democracy. aL the rightful Loir at law to thc^c rich Kpoils. with a democratic majority in both housrv of Coogrc*. Tbi; is according to the " u-agr ? of the party:" but in the meontinv the prize has bei jilc so amazingly tempting ae to aggravate lbe-i?'alou.?y ami cupidity of #ome of tb?' brethren itching for a share into threat# of rebellion if they fail The Cincinnati Uttfti rtr, without mincing nut ? >? Aeiotia Ili/I Irftll tttik'tt n nlllTl! titlf Tkt oouhIn U Um dMincmUc argaa at Waaicenaa wilt a r/mpaay o! ->b^n u< aoacV atari, raxnpnaf of in of all partita. .t oat a' Utt nf tba trUa ttict taa ,acn?l?n adw.tairattwi ea^ia to riVrtn Tbr pr'c. .c| of C orp ? #? || aotr rioat at ?altt wt rh ta ftadct atl, ?otH ft?:j a prjflt of I'ty par cant, am th ('.'lrtaarr la ?.r aprrayrattnaa or prttiat '<7 <M? <orf?*tt at oaad 1390,090 Tkt tmo> aot i att ta tap-oa^l ay a roir jaty. wfcf . wd tba Okim, alt I'ftaarrt t at oo? v ibtwraat of afrtaia ag lad matwaf tb" atraaat at a Moai rraaa ta bl ad aid datadr iv dnaitanat pan? .a o>a|r??i MtB.v<ra of (oogrta* trko rata for tb? ' nloo at pub' a jrvtrr 'ar'neary l-raf-aataa* tbey art Cding th*.r pant ? |?v af paw#* and mtaiata lb air rarirat ar pai-vtta. ' tratb. the baoeT.i tad p?- * r?r it ta a acila oT ft'r'ub awaapatwt- ?to do am rare a .? lor tat dtiroc-ai7 -r aty -nbrr po'weal "?arty. aat rrpaid tba ??w*paprr at a f-ater abtM? ?rr? bat? aa adran *im rat?-t raa lartarawit oatf tfat ryea ??d brrita at lb* daw* rat* t??U. <>ur CibuMMli e?c mporarj farther inlUrhtan* i tip hi the infurwntion (hijAh colored, no rfotibt,) that thi? pubi c printing monopoly at Washington i- coioporetl of pr<*? ut o! 'Wendell, a fl?Jiy half-black fpublican fpt* ulator from New Vf?rk, trho trt? elect <1 printer to t" flru-o bcoaune bo satisfs d black trj>t:ljUcaao o his NNodoi" in reference to their fclitW' and idea*. GWcoo, ?n <>W whip, twid now a Kr.ow Nothing, formerly proprietor ot ficouai Ti)loi> orp.ot; MfGuire. a tniUiooairo bookbinder. of no politics, and i several otl > of like ol? ctif.naMa or tootio ' politic*. curb onr of whom j ?* ?? <- n c rtain inrtu'tirc at d control In *VKigr,w which, with M> ! < api Utl. hr tontrlhotr* to the general otij-et of j monopolizing Ibt printing order thr guh* nod ? pretext ot conducting tit it a-irr.n 'r-tfi..n ' and partj ot/;>i " KcaI oci)'derln r thi* drr-.?d f il 01.-| it. 11 J. oil < ir.i :u.:iti |i - .p!i. r tv u?ls 'dofpij' t! ?t Mr. Mil'.Li.i3.tii v! ldodtotk , tcttnftof thosejoMw, 'ntwl thai Mr. .tppleton wWK' ttt.d Lin -tll with ?ucb a motlfjr kind. thofi'Vy i"4ro}tnf k hat in' inttc *ho fV*w W YORK HUB. ALT). SAT! might possess as a party organ, and placing himself and the administration subordinate to the jobbers and political eunuchs who own the paper." The remedy which our Western reformer proposes for this demoralizing state of things, is that Congress elsat their own printer?the heads of the departments theirs; that "tbe printing (Executive) be done where it can be done cheapest and best,'' and tbat " federal officials in remote parts of the country be not compelled to send to Washington for the printed matter. Tost Office blanks, Ac., which they require, when it can be obtained in their own neighborhood at far cheaper and better rates." This, in plain terms, is a demand for a division and sub-division of the printing spoils at Washington, so that the democratic organ at Cincinnati may come in for a slice. If this be not done there will be trouble in tbe family, and Mr. Buchanan is warned accordingly. Taking up this cnc from its Cincinnati brother in distress, the Daily Ntics of this city valiantly seconds the motion lor a division of these printing spoils?for it must be relieved, or it will die It says " there is a scandalously large amount of be people's money poured into the pockets of two or three gentlemen at Washington every year, in pay for the public printing." It goes to " a sort of quasi organ "?" inordinate eum^"? "hundreds of thousands of dollars, nay, millions " squandered in subsidies to this one establishment ?" Washington daily - ?" limited circulation''?" narrow circle of readers.'' ?fcc. Then eoracs the pith of the argument. It is that New York city is the great commercial and political centre of the Union, where the party, when in power, should take especial careto support "an exponent ot the principles of d"mocrooy" by a course of liberal allowances from the spoils of the government printing. The general remedy proposed by this democratic reformer for the evils complained of is a distribution of three printing spoils throughout the country, or the establishment of a government printing oftieo. wholly independent of party subsidies to party organs. This last alternative the Nkw Yokk Hkrald ba-< been urging upon Congress for several years, and this gov?Tnm nt printing must come to this practical solution at last, and the sooner the better. In the meantime, however, Ibov com plaints, throats and projects of reform f rom th> dfinocratic organs we have quoted, are only the lamentations und half stitied mutiny of disappoint' d office beggars. Their plan, too. of dividing these government printing spoils among all the starveling democratic journals of the country would, we apprehend, result, in a ?uoall way, pretty much like General Jackson's transfer of the deposits from Biddle's monster to the pet banks throughout the country. Wc should have a democratic intuition and paper circulation upon a false basis, which, with the removal of the deposits, wonld tumble the democracy, organs. spoilsmen and "principles,' into utter contusion and ruin. Considering that the Cincinnati Enquirer and ibe New York Xrtri arc published each in a State which gave the meat alarming vote against the democracy in the late election, those complaints remonstrances, demands and threats, from these riliellious organs, are decidedly refreshing. They can. however, do no harm, c-uch "exponents of democratic principle" Mr. Buchanan can see through at a glance. Tbey belong to little hungry cliques of spoilsmen, whose principles, all 4. ii , i... kVIU, *UV UJl VIIIV1 Ul^^iUD t\?Wi W <1< lined by Join Randolph?" the five loaves and two fishes.'' The fate of poor Pierce has shown that It is a d<structive policy to temporize with Mich patriots in the distribution of the plund-r. Let them jrO their way. Mr. Buchanan has nothing to ask of them?nothing to fear; and he owes them nothing. Their support is not neccserry to the success of his administration. The people arc c vpccting a four years' term of peace and prosperity?peace at home, peace abroad, through a domestic and foreign policy on the part of Mr. Buchanan, at once comprehensive and conservative, natlanal and conciliatory. The people are < \poctiag this, whatever may happ< h in i860, and they are accordingly prepared to give the new administration n generous and cordial support. That many of the little polls cliques and office beggars of the democrrtic party will be grievously disappointed, is perfectly certain. It cannot be otherwise. But tubing the bold and high ground of President of the I nited Mat**, Mr. Buchanan may laugh at the menaces ol impudent office beggars, and dismiss thim with impunity. M> lan?"H"!.v Dr.vxi.nrTw; nt<.?In another part 01 this paper we puMf-b an article lrom Uic lews Stab G i ttrr, containing an extract from tbc proceedings of a committee of the State I/vrMatare, giving tbc eridrnce wbicli seems to e.-tablifh the charge that Horace Greeley roccircd at Washington one thousand dollar? for certain scrt lce? rrnden <1 to a nav igation company. This is a very singular develop mcnt, aud it demaods nrly attention on tbc part of the person implicated. It is jmrt of a sad bubbling np at Washington and all over the country, and member" of Congress, numbers of the prcs and members of the lobby, and other persons prominent In poliual elrcles, are implicatid. If the evidence pule lidu d in the Western journal be true, Greeley ha" plenty of company. It is rumored that four or five member- ot Congress Lav e already been plicated in tailing money for legislative services, in some way or other, by the Investigating Committee at Washington, and it has now leaked cut that this committee will report n <-ad list of lobby delinquents- memlrrs of Congress, members of the lobby, journalists of the ^imraiton stripe, and numerous well known politi- iana, It is slated that dr.ring the conast !or Speaker a year atro, a ... rtn'.n ntlitnaOfthl f a a- ?T t if 't, ll ft. ailrnT In tin 1ot>by. arid thai lte had In h.?: >1 at one time a fund of thirty thousand dollars, to whrb fund on* o flu- Candida*** for printer to LV liaise nhcdH live thousand. The fund. collect"*! from various Kmices. waa to be poid wit for the purpose of in ?u*in* the election of ft Speaker of the right reput-titan e?atrp, and the return of n printer wtio would l*? wrlirng to divide the sjioibi with the Itrders of the lotiby. We hope tliat the Investigating OwnnrtWr will trnce this story to its foundation; it is very important that the country rlK/uld have all the facts In the ease. I/* tliera ?r.il for Judge Wood worth. n? of the inventor of the planing machine, and now residing near Yoakrrs. in this ftate. He has oroe facts which will be found valuable for tbo purpose* of the committee. Thus far we have lieen groping in th< dark. In a fev dnjs. more or lew howevrr. we may expect to revive full revelations from the lare?ti. gating CommiMer disclosing to the eonntry a m rfc* of questionable arte, ia which moabo** of Congress, of the press and of the lobby will b" r.v 'ted to a startling extent. JRPAY FKBRTTART 14. IB I Tkr fablle frcllna on tk? Rnrdcll Mnrdtr I Hf.il) the crowd in Bond street seems com paratively undiminished, the Bordell case is an unfailing topic of conversation in every circle, the country papers are as industrious as ever in writing their little articles abont it The number of copies of the newspapers containing reports of the Coroner's inquest that have been sold, and read and re-read till the paper on which tbey were printed has fallen to pieces would surpass the belief of any bnt one accustomed to such manifestations of public interest In this city it may fairly be said that there has been bnt one topic of pubHc concern daring the last fortnight, and that is?who killed Dr. Burdell? Certain of the clergy, moralising on the subject, have taken occasion to reprimand the press for what they call their indiscreet pandering to a vicious taste for horrors among the public. Tbey hold that the newspapers onght to be the censors as well as the chronicles of passing events: and that they sboold exercise a sound discretion as to what the public should read, and shonld not be guided in any measure by the desires or demands of the said public. We trust that we bow, with proper contrition, to the censure of our spiritual nastnrs and masters. At the same time. if authorities so far removed from sublunary concerns as the clergy would take the trouble to investigate the laws of trade, they would discover that the evil of which they complain must be checked at its source, not in its progress, in the demand and not in the supply. Whatever is legitimate and vendible will be sold at the present day, if not by one person then by another; and if any newspaper bad refused, on gronnds o'" principle, to publish the evidence on the Burdeli inquest, the only consequence would have been that its subrcribeis would have read the story in its cotemporaries. Of course the clergy did not read the evidence in any journal; wc speak ol laymen only, of that large though perverse cla-s which insisted iqion having the latest news about

the Burdcll ctsc, and which seemingly deserved the censure which fell upon the daily press. Un the other hand, our rural cotemporaries, which have taken as much interest in the case as the people of the city, though, for obvious reasons, their readers have been contented with meagre summaries of the evidence, have made the case and its collateral features the text for u pretty sweeping denunciation of New York aud its society. Philadelphia journals have made themselves very unhappy about the "extravagant, insincere, Mammonworshipping, envious, wasteful, ostentatious, vicious, luxurious, hollow and corrupt combination of society" which New York presents; and have argued, not only that the murder of Dr. Bui dell flowed from this curious state of society, but that murders were an essential feature ol our pocial organization?in fact, that w itbout them we should come to a stand still, by a sort of coagulation of the public blood in the social veins. It is evidently the idea of this l'hiladelphian that without a mnrdcr once a year or oftcner we should uot be able to make any headway. Id a Southern paper, printed at Richmond, Virginia, wc find the leading features of the case presented, somewhat coulu-edly. but well enough in the main, and the moral drawn that such is the tiuit of free society. As the Philadelphian believes that horrid murders are a necessary safety valve for seething New York society, the Virginian believes that all free societies require this safety valve, and that the only way of obviating the murder crop is by the introduction of slavery. This is a very pretty theory assuredly, and one which wc carefully commend to our readers. The misfortune of all these rural theories is that they involve as a premise that no murder? take place outside of New York. It happen? curiously enough that since we began to report the evidence in the Burdcl inquest, we have recorded two murders?one at Boston, another at Detroit, and an execution for murder at New Orleans. Surely the peculiar causes which our country cotcmporarics notice cannot be in operation at all these places too: or if they are, they must be incidental not to our peculiar state of society, but to human nature at large. There has been a great deal written about the liurUL'U r:ri . DUl vci j time uiui is wurtu icui'iubcring. Tbe naked fact starea a? in the fac<without comment of any kind. So far ai moral puriKXica are concerned?that ia to ray, ho far w the inlerenta of the clergyman and the moralist are involved, we are no further advanced than we were on the morning when the corpae of Rurdell was found motionlcra on hi* floor, covered with blood and woundw r H K LATEST NEWS BY nUMHNC INI MAGNETIC TELE CUTIS. n Arrival of the Knropa. lUurtl, Feb U-R ?? P. M. Tbe eireaiah'p Foropa. aow la Iter fhnrtaeatb day oct, bat act ret keen beard of. A baary rain etorm pro relH. with a etroog rootberly wind Tbe ielegra* i orWe ?ab great difl.celty bad tbe weathar le aaoi tbal it la tearad the llae wUI abort ly glee out eaUraiy. (Uremia, hb. It?'1 P. M Almcl laaeedlatelr after the raoapUoa of the above rfaepatah we eaaaed to got a correal bea HaUfba. aad preaaaee, Iberofore, tbal H wtU be Impnaelble la roouiao laiagrapbuig to atght. from Wublngton. IMCRKAPIOI TH* TkY OP MAVAL OFPICKRA? TO*T oi tick mo vkt oanoia?TBI coaacrnow com W? rw, rah. 13, 1M7 rnrata kill day a|ala la Coagraaa, and aothiaf of pub Uc lataruat traaaartad Tha Haaala datarmtaad to wi at alaraa a'clork liter Monday a art Tkora la oaMom * quart:? prraant at thalr maottair aow at taatra ? oiotk Mr Ball favc aoltca of a bill providing far a diatrtbottoo of t?? proaaadi of tha public domain aqnaliy iao?( tha R ntra. (>a motion of Mr Riaart a bill raportad by tha Oourt of < la'ma for tha raltdf of Onmmandar Magrudnr, war Ir.'tfaUrly poutpoa?d by tbr Paaata Tha call of rctnmlMaaa proeaadad In tba Bonaa to day until Uta Patrol Committor waa oallad, whoa a atmffta coo-maac 1 hrtwoea tba Wanda aad oppaaaata of tha Hay ward Iad.a rnbbar pataat Tba attar taatatad aa yalrg lata CkmmKtoa of tha Wbola oa tba pnrata oalaa dar. aad tha pafeat oar a wad oremUnfhad A anmbar el prtaata btua vara paaaad. Tba Nan! Court of Inquiry will naaaaiaawa Ha aaaatoaa bora oa tha >oth taat Capt Maado V tba Rrat naav oa k. OH ?f aar,1Maol? fill It M?IM TIM Jo<i c:u7 CoMBttM. of tba Boom vi raady to ra I-off a M'' rofnlottof U>? oaatlng of tba votoa for Proaidaat ard TH-* Praatdaot. Tba Pararta aad Honaa Naval OooinH'toaa ara preparing a bUt to Urraaaa iba pap af tba aavy. h prapoama to girr all rommiaakood efflaara fit oitra pa* mooth. aad it la Um in fat km af lb* oommNtaa, If pottlbla, to paM M ifila ?onirrcM. Tbt H' a Paal Idllra Oamm?* ara iaalarla? a Mil for tb? aaIt aad eoovantaat raaatttaar* by mail of amaJI itim* of Mfatr, not Mreodlag *21, by m?aao ?f ardor* drton by oaa rootaaaMr apoa uttt" Tba (>>rrartl?ni CowMittaa win raport oa Monday Tboy b?ro prrparod a raaotatloo oi oanaara again tt cortam mrmbara of * aagreaa, which will, It la tboaght, or pal tba n iroai tba Bw Tba i'?iat commit taa appoint") by tba two ho w tf Ooagrrao to wait upon Mmar? Bncbacaa and B -v r ! Mf?- tpd trforai ibaai of tbc*r a'ne.laa, w'll ant pr ??-?? r/r it at drty tQ tbreo gentlsmsn ?rr'?f U Washington, bleb wUl be *benl the ?ib Inst. Mr. buieomb?, aepicial bmhl|ci !Nb Kansas, arrived leal sight with a DMBorhl from the member* of the tree Stole Logtolalaie, asking Congress to protect them In their rights, which *u to day presented In the Senate by Mr. WUsoo, and referred 10 the Committee on Territories. Among the additional papers sent to the Senate relal're to the ecndnet of Coventor Stereos, is one from the people ef Washington Territory asking lor such action as will protoot them In their personal rights and shield them Worn the despotic ado of Stevens, whose removal is anticipated. Joseph C. Bond, of Boston, eon of Professor Bond, of Cambridge, was recently sertouly tnjnred at early area tng with a siusg shot ,a the forehead, while pasting a vaoaat tot oa Pannsylvaaia ituii The ruffian escaped wtthoit aeoompllabtag hie npfowd purpose robbery. ?1#Tea hundred and ten dollars worth of ueketa have already been aoheorlhed for the National Inauguration ball. fHIRTY-FOrilTH COSGHBM SKOJID SBMIO*. Senate. Wahji.n. to*, Feb. 13, 1867. Mr. Bkli. of Tool., gave doUm of hla Intention to In trodnoe a bill providing for the just and fair distribution of the proceeds of the sales of pubtlo lands among all the 8tates, according to their reapeotive population. On motion of Mr. Wsujr, a resolution was adopted requesting the Eeoretaiy or War to eommuntoate copies of all reports wbloh may hare been made to that lie partner nt by the ortlcers who were sent to the neat of war In Europe In 1865 and I860. The Benate then proceeded to the consideration of prl Tate hills, and after transacting some unimportant bust* neas amounted. House of Representatives. WasmNoros, Fen. 13, 1867. The Bouse passed several private bills, inclullng one giving a pension to a blank man who acted as a spy In the wtr of 18)9. Among many rr ports ot a private character was oie prtsen ed by Mr. CEiwaa from the Committee on Patents, extending Heyward'i India Rubber patent for seven tea>s. He moved the previous question on Its passago, but other b ."-'rfis wan interposed to preveot a vow Messrs. Fun ud Edib made,an adverse report, In wht a tbey assume tbst Hay ward was cot the original Inveai." that the ritbts oi all the Dercoos mauulacturlBr bv tbe vrocoaa dtaonbed, since the operation of the potent i > >'<vooyi*r *i 1843, arc not protected :u me bill; md tn.t Hay ward baa amaeaed a large anions', of wealth bp his anoclaiion with a rombltaUon. too comm'tiee waa eq tal y divided, Mr. -mjtb, of Tecntaaee, net signing either ripon. Adjourned. hiW TOllK LE,ULaTlEB. Staata. AiJU.st, >eb. 13, 1817. MRCIB. By U- Sraa<an?lo change the name ot the Broadway Baptist no v. rot Br Mr Rmva?To ami nd the charter ot the Tillage of Flushing. The bill to amend the charter of the Brie Railroad Oompany waa discussed till twelre o'clock, when tns Senate ert pie execuilve * eaten with cloied doora. ice evening aoeaion wan eonanmed in a debate on a usnlntion r* . ;nog the Canal Board to report on the expedv nry of imposing dtaennatnaUng tolla on the Canal. adjourned. Atwmbly. * Auust, Feb. 13, 1867. Two bilia ware passed?one to protect the pnrohaaera ot real eeta'e In the partition of landn owned by aereral persons, and the other to amend the plank turnpike road law. Private bills were then considered. The Comptroller reported that tbe expeaae of pobhahtng the Cokniai History, unfinished, t* 8107.601 80, and tbe Pocrmeulary HiMory, finished, 8108,740. A bill was passed to amcad the charter ol the Chatham Baak The bill settleg oft a district en tbe Bait river for the ui-e of canal boats during tbe season of navtgat'on was re ported open favorably. Also tins to cnoourage Improvement In tbe breod of To authorise I be eale of the New York Arsenal. To tecorpr rate the Commercial Trial Company. To abolish the (tea of County Judges. Aojonrnad. TKo tTmnLalnetU.. Ft .41 , " ? Sr. Lor.*, Kab. 12. 18*7. Tb# Senate OD Tnraday paaeed, by Sb to 4, I renolnuen declaring the emancipation of *U\ ? In that Slate rot only Impracticable. bat any mornment toward* u Impolitic, unwua and u?jo?t, and that It abouid be uiaruntenarord by tbe people The Hon*o labeequeotly concurred tn the adoption of tb* resolution by a rote of 101 to M. Resignation of Htnator Clark tuuniL lob. 18, 1857. Mr. "< ??? Clark. S <raf>r from the Flrat d atrtct, ba* reeig ne d bw aoat In the Sonata, In consequence ol con tinned I'l b?altb. Girernor Kir g. to day. ilgsed ? proclamation for tbe election of n .Senior from lb* > Jtoeatb diatrtot iSt. I -aw once and Frartltn) in the room of /enaa Clark, r**l?B*d Tbe eieoUon ?Ui take place on tbe lib of Match. Tb* proclamation will be pabllabod to morrow. Fatal Hall road Accident*. Sou**,*. Feb 18, 1887. Tb* accommodation train wa* tb own down a* em baekment to <*ay at FaMaryrlU* hiiilaf John Boot oa, the taftaeer. tha fireman and brnbemna, and dancer ooily wounolsg another engineer named William White. Tbe paasengara am aped ?itbout la.nry. F.t../?> bth. Feb. 13,1187. 8 maa. name naknown, and ouppaaed to i>o about forty y*nra ef age. wa* horribly mntllaMd about oao o'olnob today, by lit 10 A. M train from I biladelpbla, while ilk<nt rti Ihdk Irarb gh . if 'in* rm I on Hmlna* IfriUt nlae* Bo?b of ble lag a, bio arm and ahooidar arc broke*, ud Ma lorabeed la aerertl; cnt Be cannot raeorer. Conrrntloa of Lake Underwriters. Ct.frei.asD, Feb 13,1867 Tbe Ceovrnion of lake roderwrltera adjourned to da jr. Tbe tariff of rates adopted by tke New York Board of Underwriter* was adopted w'.tfc alight odlScaltoaa The rate* of .aanraare oo eargoee wore advanced a quar ter par oeat, bat nt change was aaade la to* rate* oa belle. The Maaeaehneetta .Mllltla Buwos, Fab. 13, 1867. Tbe Heeate to dey again aleeleO Baaael Aadrewt to the jfflre of Major Ueearal by a rata of 21 to 6?tha* non eoararriBp with tbe Boom. whiob ywierday aade e ebotoe af K W rtaree fbr tbel afllna Arrival af the Anglo-daion. P.wnjtrTK Feb 13, 1367. Tbe eerew teemaMp Angle daxoa, front Urairpool oa the 3*th alt , arrtrad hero thlc aiom'ng Hrr adneen aro U?o aaa>? ae tinea rooevoa by tha C.ty of BalUaaoro at New Tork Prraona) Hoironlrr tii Kanua. v. Ioi is, Fab 13, 1867. Tbe Kaaao* oormpoadeat of the r<?w>-nK repona that a reacoatre bad lakaa plac* at Teromaak etween Jndga F'lrore ard tbe mrrerpnndeot of tha A> Mil Bra, aamad Ka?a Hot. jart.eo wore wocaded, t>ut not daa get coaly, The AtaMa Outward Bound Ituttl. ffab 13, 1867. Tbe elaower Aral ta arrtrad hero fro? Bnatoa at 10 40, aad fallen agaia (or I jf at pool at 8 o'oleok tbie (Thara day) areairg t nnrn Rutin *? . Wiwv.To*, Frt 13, 1817. No. 129 .Henry Woriblartna, et si. plslit'ff, n The L of tnr iu Brook* ?Krror to tbo OremtOoart tor Bo riotrtel o( Morjlood Tho matters la ooatmrony > be ooaoo bOTtsg boos afroed opoo sod touted betoeea tbo tarlico, tho writ of error woo t aoMtd with ooota. No 78.?Arfamast oonelnded No 14 ?Chsrloo Bolloooo, pNiottlT, rb. Adolpb Ptpto ? Aif nftool toiBtiMd for ptolotiff Adforoed. Wrotrm \*rtnatltn fmoorwi, Feb. 13 1M7. Tie river mesturoo seres fret too i or bet sod to all .01. rbe waste ar ? mild Ottr oojTi, Feb. 1*. 18*7. The fiver bar ft let m lonboo to day. rbe wosUter la amp ud el- ody t/frsmtrb, Fob. 18. 1?*7, Tbo rtrer la IbU'.tf. It ours nt?ht not eight larhra ns tbo fbUa. Very I til* too la ronalof, Tbo liormoototer si ooob marfced 84 dog. above aero Tbe Haofbern Ratirosela. FniTAntf-mn, Fob. 18, 18*7. TraralUra for tba Hontb r .n pw OTW tba . itlnirbK aad C "antral road* to BUM mora, both Mm la oaraU.?t ardor larkrth t-wii.Aimi.nitA mock hoahp. [>71 jn?n mi*, rah 13, 1M7. ?%** Man ran say Iran to Railroad. * *. Kaadlaf Ralirisd, ??J. I oar Inlaad Railroad, 13: Morris Oaaal. U^.ttufllrua Railroad, 4?*. Na* < 1.1*400. Fab. It, 1M7. mttna la flrai col* a today K>0 batoa. MtdilHaf 18 qooaad m llj^e a 1 JKe >*<ie*? Arm, Ftoer ran loll 1'ort qatrt lard inlat, at Ite , la tlsroaa rndfhuio I'rcrpool. X a a ltd.; ator?M ebaata a|< premium Cmiiiwo, Fab. It, 1M7 fait* at pot tan to day l.Mu halaa.-sf tba a oak 10,000 beiee Ths mar hat atoaod at aa adraaoa of 'te a ,c oa tba ?rat Ooorf mtdditM ? tooted at 1te Tut Vmj L'arm Coar ? Tbr Waabirmtoa lot oof tba I rth laat. fit aa bat It ralla aa "o'linlaP tabta ot br piaattral rotae fran brfora tba .Mat caret ura of tb* t?? banrao of Confroaa 'o? raatdont and lea Iraeldrat, tad Ira-rrr rot the vota of tFworiilo, wh!-n m oa it?d 'a tba jr 'at ooovoatne a tba r?f mier in ?b -b it rtaa uf, th? itnt ao aay otftar ???;. :*? ho|? tafeta 'a atada at a'tf t<r at tar sb?n ? LtttiiM Hon. Tt*omaa H. B?i;t?n on (kc ( Vill An. ? lion. Thomas H. Benton, according to (no announcement published in the duty papers end ponied throughout the city, delivered bis oopj righted lecture as the Union, lent evening, before the Mercantile Library Assoclntloa, nt Dr Cbaptn'n church, Broadway. The night wit rntber unfavorable for out door amusement, and to that fact may be partially attributed the come what lhnlted audience which greeted Mr. Bon toe. The ipeoteno edifice was not mora than half filled, and before the oloee of the lecture, which took two boura to deliver, several persona withdrew. We may remark bare, however, that lectures have not been vary popular thin senson, and Mr. Beaton had n larger andienoe than we have seen assembled in any lecture room during the preeahk winter. The lecturer made bin appearance about eight o'clock, the appointed Ume, and looked !a u excellent health ea hie warmest friends could desire. ? Be wan received with the moot l ettering marks of nttea- . Hon, and be was listened to throughout the two long ' hours el his ad drees with the utmost respectful ooaslde- > ration, II not always with internet. Hie deliberate and , rather unlmpasaioned style of delivery failed to excite , that enthestasm which might be created by a speaker of leao distinction but more warmth of manner than Mr. Benton, with the same lecture However, the aodleooe * seemed to be laii-tUd, snd testli ad the'r satiafhoiloa by j.' repeated applause, wbion was mingled w'tb a few hlaeeo from the abolition portion. Bo commenced wlib n historical iketch of the coaatlta n tlon and its com promises, and th-n coating down to the Missouri compromise, proceeded to show that its abolition bad created an intense sectional feeling throughout, the oountry, which, if not aliased, must evontcaily renulk In n dissolution of the Ctkm The inflammatory language that hsd been used n the free Stales towards the South bad only served to Incense tbst portion of our country snd aroune the apprehensions or the slaveholders la rogar<3 to the dangers of an Insurrection among tfcmr slaves. They bad again and again threatened dissolution 11 oar lata measures passed, but the storm had fortunately pasted over for the time being. The South had becomeImpressed with the idea trom the abuse and attacks of some < f the papers and orators or the North, that aggressions and encroachments were intocde-J upon slavery? that a crusade bad beer set on foot sganst It, and, said Mr. Benton, II Is only U use who live In the slave States who can folly comprehend the terror whlo*1 the Idea ot a slave Insurrection or the fear of sncb a thing creates. It Is what 1 call the speculative poilanthropy" of the North, be continued, ibat brought the .South to believe that It wouid be a measure of self defence to withdraw from the Union He then t< lerred to the treat change which came over tne mmd of the people of Virginia dur tog tbo last twenty years in regard to the question of slavery, aca stated mat. whereas a: one lima the at a- I Utn<s of bcr colleges worn taught that it 11a i an evil that should be abolished, auch teaching were tiuw entirely Ignored. in the state tf Teaneasee. where he had himself, id hia younger days, procured the paa- | sage of a law gtrtrg ait the privileges of trial possessed ' by tho white nan to the slave? in that Stale be could not r attempt even to deliver the speech which led to the adop- 1 Hon or that law, and which at the time was reoetved wttb J the most tnihueiaatlo applauae?he coi Id not even repeat ? one soutcnce of It. That act had been fa'thfully executed c for a great many vcara, but It now remalna upon tho etatote bock in an almost obliterated condition and wholly r obsolete. A wrong Impreeaun, he contended, estated i here at the North In regard to the ralateg of slaves?It < bad been aald that they were bred for the market?a charge whtcb was cot on y unfounded, bat which wan , brara wtib feelings ol most intense disgust by tbe slaveholders. Bo bad eeen as much grief among the whites at the departure ol a slave aa If e mem ber of their own family were carried off, and ' little children c'laging to their fatter'a knees celltrg on htm to kill tho person who was engaged taking , the slaves awsy from tnem. Yet all this sympathy * checked now?the people bare become afraid of giving additional privileges to slaves 'est tbey might be ebk . thereby tocarrr one more suoeesiful Insurrection. To 1 prove the evil (fleets to the Union from tbe agitation ad lie slavery question, he referred to tbe disunion eon venUots ana to the fact that of the foar great frowetant donoiutsa lcna Uso are split from top to bottom, while tbe third Ic terribly shaken by It. You know, aald be. ft . was said that if yon elocted n oertaln man President o: 1 tie United States tho Union would bo clseolred (Appliue.) You know what I am alluding to. (Renewed t applause ) Tbe Oret atcp towards dteaolytag the Ualec would be or itself an easy one?It wee only what followed ' that was to ho dreaded That Cut step would undoubtedly be, he believed, the refusal to elect members to Curgress, end Mr Madlsou said It would be lm possible to retain any section of the Union in tt against its win. should sucb a terrible calamity ever occur, every part or the country would suffir, bet tbe South would suffer most. Mr Benton was particularly severe open what be called speculative phi anthropy, and at- , tifbuted to M the sectional aDtmoatttee which ban arleen on the slavery qu< rr.cn It was tola philanthropy, said he. which has c/vi.ioJ this feeling that now threatens the Integrity of the repubite. (Applause and hisses.) Be, however, paid no attention to these marks or dissent, bui proceeded with bla lecture, ot which we have given to be foregoing u synopsis. Academy of Basic?Last Xlght of (be Opera Season. Mr. Btrakeoob closed hie first season at the Academy of Mu?lc laat evening. Tbia iruon tocBMMd on wed nrnday, January SI, tod during iu oonticoanoe twelve rapreeenlaitoaa have bees given?two of 'J.uoreile Borgio," three of the "rrovateiw," oee ef "Erieel," two of "Norma" tad two of "La Kavortta " Tte tattoo wee too abort to admit of the projection of any new opera*, hot It waa ngn allied by two or three Important CToati Mr Wrthotcb reitrlcted bit advertlaemtala to three or four cf tbr lending dally journal*, and thereby celled dowa vpoe bia bead the bitter wrtlb of tbe email dally peperr and aearty all of the Bnnday and weekly paper* Be waa aatallid with tbe groeeeet tboee? hie artiatn con Id not ting?hla orcbeatra could no: play?ha oould not coadect?bo did not pay aalartea, and vtrlona ether pleaeaat thing* too aaaeront to mectior The puhtto, bowtver, were In aowiao deterred from going to the Opera by tbcee ataUment a. It waa apparent that they originated In mean mtade and were proat- Igated for Wale ter motive*. Tbe patroea or the Opera know well the atand'Dg of tucb artivta aa rarodl, Ttbartet end Merellt. end ihey know that Mr. tHrekoanh bad too eaccb arliatkc leeling to nocopy e poet ter which be wee in competent. It wae nlao well known la moal eel clrclee that tHrekoecb eot oely paid hie artlala, but that they received tbe mi. a mo not or their aalarloe before tl ey were doe. In ooe iqneoee of all tbeee thing* lie attendance ai tbe Opera wae much beucr ibea oaoal at thta ecaaoa or the year Mr. Stiahoeob la perfectly aattoded tad la lee da to try It again another tntarenUng arett of toe aeeeoe waa tbe reeppeareaoe oa tbe lyric atage of M'Ue TarodL aa aria It wboee trinmphe we here often reoordad In tame c?ittuna Parodl haa tcng la all tbe operaa above mea MM eieept l.ucla. aad ban re affirmed bar prood poet ilea aa one of tbe greeteat dramatic linger* in tbe world Mr. sirekooeh aleo rave np the privilege of bearing onr own prima donna, Mai*two Cora da WUborot, who In tho role el I .ode achieved a vary great eneeaM, eo great that tbe tmeil newepepere, which ebveed the maeeger, did on n?r? i* attempt to torn the uoo or puoixj ravor, and were laodeat to their ieud?u?at Madft do WUhorot oof in 1 oele twtre to crowded honooo, eod woo then obllprd to aaapcad hor enrecrmenl oa coronal of 'llaeea fro? wbtab, wo tra glad to bear, aba boo ao.irofy recovered. In every ret peel tbt mrra aadar Mr. Rrakoatb baa been aa aeeoeoafol ?a aay which baa i raceded |l aad it baa boat) ranch mora tcooeerful tbta the m, ?r'(y If >o bow la of tba baa fry preoa bare bad aay oSoct, M baa booa to tncreaae bia rocripta. latt aight tba "TYovatore waa perforaitd to a fan tod /ethicoaMe bouta (if the raadenof of tbta opara by tba raaa ariiata, I'erodi, Tibertai, Moral.i and DOrmy, wa bar# be/era apofcoo la detail We baar tbat It Is probable tbat Mr. Mrtkateb will make arrtaaeaeaia for eaotbor aeaaaa, to coaimrnce tlinoot tamed'atery, aad tbat bo la oagotlatlac with Mat# do Wilhont. tba public la atoeedlaglr aailona to baar tbla ft<J( at* gifted trtiat t|ala oa tba lyric etage. FUwa In Brw York, rntp uf bpotd B-ruxr?abort $60,000 wohtb or pkopbrtt mmtbotdt Oatataa Ibroa aad tour 0 r'ock yesterday mora lap, b Ira waa dtocorarod oa tba third Boor of ba'.ldtag So M Broad atroot It bad made roch headway before tt waa dimavered thai althoog b tba flrassa war* qwtefely at tba praataaa aad mada every effort to r.bdao the devourtag eienn m, two balldlagc tad tbo' 140,000 worth of property were totally deetroyad. Tba third * lofea Man, dtaler in nry % rodt, aad the rear pert by C. Ctorelaad A Co, UMbtn u4 rtft itn. It a a at kaowa at prceeat id wboae pramleee toe art Brat darted, bit Ike origin cT n will b? tiioronfiilf ir??*tiret <a ?y lb* Fire Marat.aJ I aet lehraary, (am qufio a y*ar iince,) C. Ucrelaed A Co. vara barei a t at their I tare of badneea la Baarar moat. Tba lira a! that Maw rrtglaalarl In the tlaVbii-g room Tba following la a Hot nr the nar.upaata, the r prohabte loaa aad l?tr,ranee, aa ar er a* eo?M be aaeartalaod by oar reporter ? RuiMlag No 5? Broad rtrrat, ooraar of Krebeage plaaa. oreayled by Cyroa Cleyelead * Co., roAalabara aad Kkara. Tbetr loaa ?IU probably anwaat to lift ooo y baya 040.000 Inenraane on tba at* k, ia tba fblbow irg latnraaco ooaaaaatea ? Wuitamebarg City, 11,000; B* lief. 11,000: Mer&anta', 00,000 Pboali of Proaaiya, 00,?0, Mot baa loo k Tredarf, Oe.ooo. Oeiumb ?, 01.00* Rrooklya, af Brooklyn, 04,000; aad a ooapeay, oaaie ua keowa. oV.OCO Total 040 040 Oa tba aaooaJ Coor o* No 21 W A Wb'te accepted an etui* for tba Bale of Anertoaa woo!lee* Hi loaa ta aba at $800. No taerrance Battdlag No. *0 waa occupied oa ti 0 Bret toor by A T. Ureter, dealer In dry aonde aad tobaoeo. F>? atoofe la probably damaged abort 01,000. Be baa O'O.OOO la craara. aa feliowa ?Kalrkerbookar, id,OOO aad Row ON 04,000. Tbe earned i.oee waa occupied fw oftcaa by Bin-he A tr.ll.r. In th? I ?ufn?r,?? I r.-.- '. _ Meainaa' Irad?, Md K. /Miiriaoa The office f*nSnn ?f II tb?M portiel la W*ally dmtr?fed probata ??"* * !(? 11,(00 lb? bnlMiBff Nob. 26 and 2* Broad atrret am timed t.r fradh Prime. Tkoy ureKdaily deatroy 1, lore hoot fU/ro la ored for ?17,ft00 aa ruiowe-We.hir, urn MOW. fca*i?, ?7,?C0; and Kraakl'a, at r'hi adriphta ft (CO. Mn 'd'Bf No. 34 Broad ?iroot la 0flc<ipi?d OB tba ilrat a?d ^ foarib r.oara by J ? Ta'e, dealer la domeaii? dry ?ooia Hla Mork a .lavage! by a alar probably to it j awnr ? of Ik,COO. Ji? ha* 1111,000 naoraane, a? .feUoea ? Ctjr M 000 Uoward, fl. JOC fbtraia, H W i??w??sa