Newspaper of The New York Herald, February 22, 1857, Page 4

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated February 22, 1857 Page 4
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EitxMg Kmu'iu, ? >. fmwibit art) roou'o wtrbtrwus, ma atmaMj-huuiu l)o>m Kluaeu ROOM. BPO?I.RfD WRMAT.IM. If* Br?**w?y-tvuoriA* mdkiii-BIIIOI 10 Db- KHA HBBXinn' Hi'uL <71 BpooAwaJ? iNlt Ifeuvw A*., m umi.jrr'* Mlisihsia. a. 317 I) 1104DW ?.V?Oopoaile Brotdwmy TbeAtre-RnNmmi\ ) * B??so?D isrisr. ?w V?rh, KboiIajt, Prbr*?ry iZ. LeOI. T*f Vwi. Do U* tbc hour of our goinp t) press, the Ericssoa which miiied from Liverpool on the 4th, and the amia which left on the 7th instant, had not arrived. Ik/iv ?m i.AtJi otrar .'ma The .Mexican war steamer (Ir.enrero arrived ye* tuday at Mobile, bringing a- passengers Dr, Crawtad. nearer of despatches fro-.i Minister Forsyth to Ike government at Washington, and Col. Butterfiehl The lat'er gentleman is the bearer of a copy of an taper.ant taaty concluded between our Minister and the government of Mexico, vh.cli he wiii take tt Washington immediafiy. We publisned at account of the formation of this treaty, and some o* ?? details, in our issue of Tuoslay last. General tamon'ort's administration i* reported as gaining atangtfe daily. Several of the revolutionary lead es? had been arretted, and the rebellion was thought ts he at an end. By ?he steamship Tennessee we have elites from tan. Walker to the ;id of February. On that day ha had marched down to San Juan del Bur with 30b en to reeeive the recruits from San Francisco is headquarter' were at Rivas, and the allied taeee. 1.500 strong, were within a -hort distance of that town, they having occupied San Jorge, about three miles from Riva^ and Virgin Bay on the Lake, tan. Henningi-ea had had two lights with the forces f Cabas, bat did not succeed in driving him back. Walker is reported to be confident and bis men in goad condition. From Cel. l.ockridge the accounts we publish this maiming give the particulars of the advanoe up the Han Joan River and the preparations to take tat tasta Paean fortifications at the month of the Serapique, the capture of whi< h we have already sweived from New Orleans by telegraph. The advices from Chili state that the Minister tarn Costa Rica, asking for a loan of 1200.000. had avr-ved there, and there was every disposition to grant his request at once. The trade of Chili duriop the past year had been very prosperous. A dry *oc* n to be bout at Valparaiso. Ike revolution of Peru seems to make some be idway against the government, t'nzco had fallen int.* poweesion of the insurgents and also Cjsuiv. Gen. Cantilla had only possession of Lima and Calls? with a portion of the nary, lie had Increased bus offer of a reward for the recapture of the insurgent hips to 1600/000. and was purchasing all the arms Mat wen offered for sale. party had ascended the summit of Cbimbvrazo, aad j renounced the ascent not only practicable but oor par?tive)y easy. There is no news of importance from Bolivia or Btoador. In Buenc* Ayres a plan was ou foot to get up a gpeot tnle kratio n, to becalkd "The United StaVM 1 So? th America." Another party there wiahed to reel the pr >rtnoe of Buenoe Ayres into a separate late from the western province* now belonging to their confederation. We hare news from the Sou'h Paclfl;, dCed ut Valparaiso on the 11th and at Callao on the '21th of January. With respect to the progress of the re* atattoo in Peru we hear noting very definite, bit It would appear as if ( astilla's downfall was at hand and Vlvaneo'e sun in the ascendant. Only tw > own* adhered f> Cast ills a*, latest dates. Trade wa? rather dull In Chile, but the work* a. Mttvaal improvement did not slacken. The eorarn rot pi?bed on the erection of bridge*. railrotd" and do k* fir *b pping. The public nrhoala nlo mu h attention, and were working eft centij la I be cai* of order and drilixatioo. Front Jtuitralia we hare adrlce* to the 21 at November, being aevcn day* later. The new* it unimportant. The Senate wae occupied v retard* y principally with a die uaeion on the hill granting a State gov ernnaent to Minnesota, wtii>h finally paaaed. The Mil e<tabUahiag a judicial diHrlct in the Gadaden pur haar. creating the office Of Surveyor General and granting donation* of land to actual aKtlerv war a* paaaed. TV Uat? of the Home waa oonauiaod in a debate on the Impeorhmant of Judge Wartnur. TV -object we* ultiaaatair itoalpooed lor further ooneideration until next Saturday. The roaolutoo trom the Committor on Flection.-, lectori ug that Mr. Whitfield waa not enijticd to hi* ar?U ae delegate han Kaaaaa. war laid on the table by a vote of ? ajratnet K5. The Court of haraiana war thronged yeaterday 6f peraooe anxioue to learn the rwrnlt of tne dolibera ion- of the Grand Jar/ In the Hood street murder. Added to thta wua the toot that nereraJ iodrridu?;. am to he aeoteured for aerfoas offrnora agaiart -wociety. The Recorder panted neotenre of tweire month* imprisonment m the penitentiary ou .1 An Mathews, for an aggravated aaaaaltand battery an Mr. Murphy. In Povemher laid. In the ran* of Jitio Hartley, who Idled Patrick firmly, the Recorder ? " ? ? ? ? I?r??10 r >rna:< Me a-t ?h Uf preotoet whin* cowl 4 powdMy be pi v.*. be would oonpend judpwert A lorpe MMbor at aoiaar om were diepewd at. Amonff the itidiatmn'o 4.mod by the (.rood Jury w?e oar tpa.a'i J An J. BrkeJ a?4 Mr*. Oowniophaa. (or tbr Border of lUrw Horde!) ' Jeory* Toil .snxlpraee who w?? ?pli iTit by (be reriict <X the Coroner'* try a* Nmi neeoanpliee in tbie fo l irona-ict w wo* rootor4oy bold to bell or a wrtnew in the ooee. HI- fatty-. The Re?. Mr. Knodffra*. and Habett M. < at TVo. Jf Weet Kipbtawtb oirert, became Burette* in The w.w of |2r'0O far hie of>peer*aie to coart. The M><U?eat# tup ether with aJ the interootiap |*o coedinp* ef tb* Opart, will Ire :??nd ot ItouMi eie?* - where The O'moetl ni leeeheie* wet ot ToOMBonr If ill ? ) and 4e H *bo< nwther the VTiNnn HaA'TTor the .hfcn |T. horope, Jr., (imwil C<mi m,Ud we tmly represent the deatcralit putt of thie Mty. Okt the primary ete< ion at wbirij they oiolw to hate twoo ebceen wot (oodneted ia on trrepihar.ftna ?;<..eot om) tio.'eat winner a now tier ion La to be 0? <4 or the I.Mb ot Mor-h w * and p?evino? to Uut k wr ;U Jamie rntia jo>? a t to be tnr?Ufd in thtir 1 n mptr'itt electron di * iote, in nut b a manner ub not to admit of fraud In voting', ike inspectors are to be obasen, one by the Wilson -tmall Committee, one by the John Y. 8ava;c, Jr., Committee, and the umpire by the Sachem*. The CoinmiBMoner in the cane of the alleged filibusters to Nicaragna denied the motion te di-mi*H the eomplaint. Mr. Mengher opened the caae for the defence in an elaborate speech, in which he castigated the President and District At* torney, and paid a graceful and a grateful homage to America for her Humanity to Ireland in the time of the famine. He declared the intention of the defendant* to expose high officiate in their Central American echeme and to show that Greytown was bombarded at the suggeattsn of Joseph I.^tliite The report*is unavoidably deferred. The French railroad alleged fraud case wai ad journed over to Monday, at one o'clock, without any business having been done. The City Inspector reports 450 deaths during the past week?an increase of twelve as coin pared with the returns of the week previous. The following exhibits the nnmlier of deaths during the past too weeks among adults and children, distinguishing the sexes Mtn. Women. ?09*. ftrs, Mai. ?aek eadrnc lob 14.... no 81 16? 12a 488 VaskcnC-ng fsb.21.... 78 81 167 134 460 Among the principal onuses of death were the following:? Wffk f >vnf Wt?k sadiof rurMft. r 14. Att. si. 3aascmp(toe *6 83 oavulsiocs i infantile) 80 30 tattamamtlGii of U>? longs 80 24 foar?t fever 87 30 gens let ....... ... 7 8 Marasmus (la'anuiej .,21 10 9ropsy ia tbe bend 28 17 foaallpo* 14 21 Oroop 20 21 There were also 7 dealhi of bronchitis, 10 of ecnrestion of the brain, 5 of inflammation of the bevels. 5 of inflammation of the brain, 5 of teething, 6 premature births, 2* stillborn, and 11 dea'hs from violent causes. Of the whole number, 2t>0 were ten years of age and under, and 46 were inmates of the public institutions. : ne muowiug u a ciassiucauon 01 u>e Oisea.'^eH and tbe toul number ot death* in each cla?a of disease during the past two weeks.? /u>. 14 nu at. Sonar, jotate, *e I a arwm and aerree 87 IV federative organ* 11 10 Keen uid utood teaeoie 11 K >cagz. threat, he 121 143 314 age 10 4 *ln. Sc.. and rrep<ive torero.. OS (8 JK'Ibc.m and premature btrtba. Se 34 fcemac a, trowel* and other digestive orfans OS OS Uncertain seat end general 'ever* 20 40 Urinary or fain 4 t Total r?8 460 The number of deaths, compared w/tb tbe corresponding weeks of 1855 aisJ 1W6, was as follows:? Weak endng Feb 24, 18M 021 Week ending Feb 2."., 1860 387 Week ending Feb. 14, 1867 438 Weekending Feb. SI, 18*7 46u The nativity table pivee 331 natives of the United State#, 74 of Ireland, 21 of (feamany, 8 of England, 3 of Scotland, and tbe balance of various European errantries. Tbe oottoc market continued firm yesterday at tbe ad ranee previously noticed, wh.le tbe sales embraced abont 2,000 bales. Tbe demand for (lonr was corSaed to tbe fhstern and losal trade, there being no inquiry of moweet lor export, aad tbe market cioeed easier, eepsdaliy for common gradee. Wheat was qn'.et, aalei be leg checked by the firmaoao of hold era, wb la qeotatlooa 1 were nominal. Oorc was firmer, with moderate isles of Wealern mixed. froc store, a; ?8>?i. 74c. Tork was firm at 8217* tor new mesa, and til 10 a 821 2* for old. Among the transaction* were 7,000 bbla. new mane, which sold, deliverable oa or before tbe Bret of Not em ber next, eeiler'a option, ot 821. Sugars were la f*lr de mend at stealy prtaea. Coffee waa :utet, wbi'.e pricei were vety steady at tbe raiaat advance. Freigbte were nil and engagements light, witbont cheuge'of moment la fuvMiiooa. Mr. Buchanan's Cabinet?File Appointment fbrnrnl Cut to the State Department. TV appointment of General CV* to tbe important office of Premier to tbe incoming admin[ istration appears to bare been partly an act of nee<;*sity and partly a stroke of policy. Our latest j>e:ial il<>apatcb from Lancaster given some of the cusons for tbe reconsideration of tbe case ofGeoetal Cass and for tbe final resolution to give bim a trial. But there arc still other reasons which have had their due influence over the mind of Mr. Buchanan. and which are worthy of consideration. As our Lancaster correspondent informs u?, I Mr. Buchanan had comludid to dispense with General Cass, and mainly on account of his age, the venerable Senator having past the boundary line of three r-eore years aud ten. Nevt, the Provident elect had almost decided to make Mr. Cobb the hi ud ol tbo State Department, from his sound conservative antecedents and from his vigorous jualifie&tions for the lal?orious duties of the office, when this Walker or Southern ultra conspiracy in the camp was organized at Washington to break down Cobb and to give a Southern fireeating aspect to tbe new administration in the appointment of Walker. But Cobh. it appears, would not consent to play i-coond fiddle to tbe fire-caters, not wa- Mr. Buchanan inclined to surrender, while they were willing.upon a pinch, to accept anything except Cobb, for they could not forget the battles in which he had b atea them. In this dilemma of tbe family Mr. Buchanan has sJmply split the difference, by giving the State Department to General Cass and tbe Treasuiy to Mr. Cobb, leaving Mr. Walker out altogether. General Cass is old He is bard I v eonal to the laboriou* requirement* of from twelve to fewrtcen hour*' hard official work, upon which Marcj appear* to hare fattened considerably. Hut General Caw ha* had a va*t amount of diplo malic experience, n* Senator, a* loroign MinL?t r and a* a Cabinet member heretofore. Hi* knowledge and r xperieoce thu* acquired will 1* ralnahle to Mr. BuoLanau at the on tee t ot hi* administration. and very uaofol In putting the new machin* 17 into motion. When thi* *hall bare been accomplihbed. *bon)d General Cam find the active demand* of hi* office superior to hi* strength, he will retire, and Mr. Cobb will, liy right of promotion nucoeod him. Thu* General Cam and hi* friend* will be satisfied, and in due mwmmi the fulfilment of the original dewigu of Mr. Tluchanan will be quictl) brought about. Hut the Diort important signification of thi* ap pcintment of C>eoenJ Cm-*, till* appointment of 1 IIowoM Cobb and thi* netting nride of Mr. Walker, li'-r in tb?- fact tliat it 1* a shot between l w oh) ami water to the fire-uUing. disunion. agi- 1 tat'ng Hsoe -wioniata of the South. General Cam, I side *id?- with CLay and Webster. wa* the- de- I uK?ralic leader in the 8enab in behalf of the 1 gn(it c<wrn*taiii**- measure* of Ik.0 Mr. Oobb 1 wa- the ?io*< tmispKUoaa Southern defnacratic ' IL/i Vfaul. >1 l./-va, UAiJiLMiAa ik. 11 T1 !- i www* wi .mvtt uj uk umirt- i tmr appotatnxat tWffore lolhriwouM important < I-"'' *- M IUi. ! M?M<M a (><l?oet v ?rjuiT.?4<*t ' t<> Ui. poMt<v<- ai d twpfctlic restoration of tke 1 1 bion t \?liv< policy caruprthcnded In 1 i ni<?Mir><< ot I vfl and it to * j d<? laration of war against all firr satin# ?li?- | ufcooiet* of Hk' Sootbtm Jeflctnoo T)arto reboot c>n ttic i.i ' ! ii <\ nd ?M_'Hin-t all a#tt? i tort iff " nv man Slavs tfUtomof tbf school of i tin- N an Bnr? n di-moi racy, the h> ward rcpabil- t can* iuk] the alKjIiUonift- of the North, on the I other hand. TV* appointments of Caw and 4 Cof?b arc Uiu* a pro*, lamation from the President t clcvt vf * rctu n v Iha* IVon policy up?Q J rw 70KK SKALD, S13I wt ieb P eioe wa? elected, bat whieh in the very net ?vf appointing his Cabinet poor l'ieroe decertid and betrayed. Time Mr. Buchanan, heedmi of the eloquent warning of poor Pierce's melancholy fate, has take i care to avoid th rocks and shoals upon which this outgoing dy asty has been wrecked, and to start in the eafe aid clearly marked channel of the Union and the Union sentiment of the country. The eecessioniets will, doubtless, rebel and fhow light. They will conspire to control or to barrass and to cripple the new administration in every possible way and at every assailable point. Mr. Buchanan is, doubtless, prepared for all this; and let him only stick to the course which he hae adopted, and all ihc little defections, and plots, and tricks, and outbreaks of rebellions cliques within the church will be tenfold compensated in the support of the Union loving and conservative people, not only of the democratic party, but of all parties and all sections of the Union The Bnrdril Cuc-Tnw BUI against Bcktl and Mm Cunningham. The Grand Jury have found a true bill against Mr. Eckel and Mrs. Cunningham for the murder of Dr. fiurdell, have held George V. Snedgnue as a witness, and have released, altogether the Cunningham girls. This result will be received by the pnbiic with pretty general satisfaction. Whatever suspicions may have been entertained at various stages of the inquiry against the Misses Cunningham, nothing has appeared in the evidence to warrant their being deprived of their liberty. As for Mr. Snodgrasa, whatever he may have done, and whatever he may know, it is far better for the cause of justice that he should be in a portion to give the public prosecutor the benefit of his evidence than that the accusation against him should be prosecuted on such evidence as we now have. Finally, whatever be the real history of the connection of Mrs. Cunningham and Eckel with the murder, the public 41.~ mOU Sm luuiv nm "C DaiiniidK uiio rwigu ui uic auau with anything short of a full and thorough in quiry into their guilt according to the forms of justice. The evidence has been so fully laid before the public, and so carefully sifted, that it will suffice, at this stage, to place on record the briefest summary of the points to be remembered. That John J.Eckel and Mrs. Cunningham were in the bouse, in Bond street, a* the time the murder was committed, and in a position to hear the noise of such a scuffle as must have accompanied the deed, and the cry of "Murder!''; that it might have been committed by them, the dagger made away with, and the stained clothes of the murderer burnt; that, up to this moment, there is no evidence that any one else could have killed Dr. Burdell; and that, so far as Mrs. Cunningham was concerned, there was a motive which might have been adequate in the mind of a bad woman to induce the commission of a heinous crime : these facta ore made too clear to admit of doubt Tuei e is other evidence bearing on the culpability of t e indicted parties, which the careful reader of tb<< papers will undoubtedly recollect The identif cation of Bnodgrass as the purchaser ot a dagger, identical in form to the one with which at least some of the death wounds were inflicted, is very important The evidence of the man Farrell, if unshakeu, is ot great value as showing that Eckel was at the door in his shirt sleeves, and apparently In stocking feet, at or about the time of the murder. These among other facta Some talk baa arisen in relation to an affidavit made by a Dr. Spicer, tending to show that Dr. Bunlcll was really marric^to Mrs. Cunningham. Without stopping to remiflfc" uj?on this affidavit, which presents many points that are worth no ticc in proper time and place, wc may observe that the theory (bo generally adopted by the public in relation to Mrs. Cunningham's culpability i? by no means at variance with the story told by Dr. Spicer. It ha> indeed been supposed that M>me one else personated Dr. Hurdell at the marriage; but there is no evidence of this, and it is expressly contradicted by Mrs. and Miss Cunningham. The marriage. In fact, was quite probably oelelirated with the Doctor himself: and from Ibe hour of that marriage the motive for the murder existed. Before Mrs. Cunningham brume Mrs. Burdell, she had no motive in the world to kill him; and if she cmployod a third party to personate the Doctor, site went out of her way to perpetrate a preliminary and sot tilingly unnecessa.y crime. Nkw Tom Kacnrrr ruoi Anothkr Point o? A Scottish critic, remarking recently on the scope and tendency of Thackeray's lectures on the 'our (ieorgos, objects to his general habit of selecting bad types of humanity for the amusement oi the public. " No age in general is to bt depicted from the hits of acondal which are handed down of it'' " The great virtues of the people too often pa?s into oblivion." There is much I ruth in these la<4 remarks. and it oannot be better illustrated than at the present moment, when the vicee of society liavo Ikxhmoc ao marked as to draw forth the severest animadveraiona of the pre?*. We ourwlvea have lately taken occasion to allude, in no measured language. to the eo;4iUou of aock-ty in this gr? vt and wealthy metropolis, where mono) is the predominant iueeotive and pbu*nre the universal pami'Si: where there is ao eml to ctUaragae< e, nail surb to folly, sad na time for reflection. Iu the aniversal scramble to get forward, no matter how and f make a aen?ation. no matter at what ooat, the moralist marks a deoay of virtue sod the satirist hods oeaseb ss topics for rensure l!iil il lm dim t/* dan i?n * 41 - /?? - ?"W- ? *' Mf*. ill. HUU 1U UK the eneiuaaity which aurroauda in. to aofleri down ' <* tbeee undcniuhic aut liner Irj timely iliapi in, and to ptace in atrong relief tfve** oempeaaaunff oirc?ia*;aacot which i:ul frw tie Uhlaat xicea into tii? *ade. We uatioe Mint ome af oat eotauporariea ban with mack aatirfactfun upon certain leiaarka aot long aaor made ia Che IltMU apoa the preaeat atat* at ?oc?ety ia New York, nad "HW of Ma r?W marked rapro*.oi?i hare beea row*; th- round* ia ttie Tuna of extract* wk eh. in theravlreo aad Ity tbuamlrea alaae. partake apprrratly M the anarneaa of ItiefcafourauM aad the l>ihou? Mnteatkiawia at l,aona. Sow- of tbeae pte.neg hare actually uadertahea U> name thrtr own acquaint*!* * rod frieadU la (be oity u the aMdoio of "what manaei of raea pre aright" aH to be. We canaot accept tap of (hear lay figxrea far any ouch parjvae We caa jewraiire with ma oil Iwtter eflirrt and with more deaeare conrey tfiia idea, that New York, with Ui ita faalte. ia atill prr-akNOt for goodneaa a? reil ae greatneea. and if do not halanoe all w rail h txlenciea, they uiwjaeationably mitigate hem. Chat ity, liberality, magna iadty. brother y kirvdnf patriotism and humanity fulfil their lutiee night and day, and their offurinfa aa < ml o he? ren without ceaaing. i Oitf g ty abvu"''' faj'roi'.u1 a^ogia WAY, flniftUAKY 22, 1801 hens. No eity en thin continent bears any com pariaon in this respest with och Those endow d and supported by the public arc on the largest i and most eflkieut hc&1?. Thousands of the unfortunate poor and destitute sick find refuge in our almshouses, in our hospitals, and on the islands in the East river, provided for and eared t for with untiring sympathy. Dispensaries In every pert of the city furnish gratuitous aid to | the poor of the neighborhoods, and the houaeiees i at night find at every station places where they i nay comfortably repose. In addition to these are innumerable private and religions charities, where die benevolence ef particular associations i and creeds is constantly exerted with effect, and daring the inclement season of winter the whole i city is explored by voluntary committees of both I sexes, and every domicile saspected as the heme of misery is visited with relief. Nor must it be forgotten that this benevolent feeling does not confine its action to the spot where it is born. The famine in Ireland, the pestilence in New Orleans and Norfolk, the sufferings in Madeira and the Cape de Yerds, and the inundations of the Loire are bat n few examples of what New York has done for others, and what she will do again. The fres school system has been also carried out in this city to the fullest extent. The primary schools and the Free Academy cannot be surpassed in any part

ef the world ; and if the youth of the city are led astray, it is not from the want of proper iuetrnetion. In no part of this country are the churches more numerous, in no part of the world are there as great proportional accommodations for the ob servers of the Christian Sabbath, nor as many Sunday Schools, nor as much apparent rupee and regard for religion. We have large and increasing public libraries, and a constant succession of useful and instructive lectures. So much for the moral and intellectual framework of New York. Shall we draw aside the curtain which conceals the generous groups who vet all this machinery in motion ? Most of onr readers, within their own observation, have noticed some of the labors of which we speak. Who of tbcm cannot point out, of their own knowledge, some of those excellent and admirable people who give life and energy aiul success to these associations? For every sneaking wretch who would ]>rey upon and injure hie neighbor, there is the counterpoise of some angelic soul who would pour halm into his wounds. The middling classes of New York arc. without any doubt, possessors of all the virtues which adorn humanity, and he who asperses them does the age and his country the grossest injustice. And even if wc penetrate into those circle* where wealth and pleasure hold a perpetual gals, and where the greatest danger of misconduct lies, we can make the most brilliant exceptions to tho general rule. There are numerous families in New York to whom belong whatever advantage there is in honorable descent, who have from youth been trained in the paths of honor and truth, who have a keen relish for art and literature?who are in the enjoyment of undisputed wealth, not won bj any of the trick* of meannesses which arc practiced by modern speculators, and whose houses are the seats of elegant hospitality. We may say more of them: We may assert that they arc somewhat scnipu loue in their associations, and do not regard the Fifth avenue socially as the criterion of manners 1 er merit. Perhaps if one could know their real opinion of it, now crowded with perspiring pturet, they might cetecm it rather the Rue d'Eathan a part of the Faubourg St. Germain. Those families do nat carry all their diamonds to Saratoga, nor run after every Polish Count, ner spend all their evenings at the Opera, nor all their mornings in Broadway. Of art, they are unaffected patrons?they are the beet friends 1 of authorship?the largest contributors to objects of benevolence. In manners unaffott d?In "morals nice"?in society charming, they arc 1.1? ships st sss, while la, share the world. This is a sketch of New York, and of the test portion of its middle and higher classes, and it is aot overwrought. From this point of view all its littlcnenee and vices sink into the ground: and those who look at it in the same way will find that its redeeming qualities overbalance by their eiamplc and their influence the evils which belong unavoidably to great cities, great crowds and great prosperity. While, then, we oceaioaaliy find it our duty, as iadependent journalists, to criticise even to harshness the want of good atanners and good morals incident to such a crowd as till New York, and which ao fropieatlj force themselves upon public attention, we cannot but perceive that there Is underneath all ita folly a solid stratum of good sense and good feeling. ' Bad as the world is, reboot is always paid to virtue," and it is by rcinf?a#ng public oplnioa, which almost always take* the right side of every question when left free to express itself, that the press fulfills Its highest duty and discharges its moot saorcd obligations. The exposure Of misconduct is one of the surest measures of reform; but it is a more grateful task to hold up to public Dotioe those good actions, tbone excellent principles, and those manly virtue* which iraprcm UxtneHvea on the age, which after all are moot honored, and throw a real lustre upon the onm muni ties where tbey arc found. T*et those, then. a ho have looked at the picture of New York in its most unfavorable light, look at] It again as w* have now hung It oo the wall. It will be found s study full of int?rc?t and nlaMML A Swajiw or Rdomi Lit Loosr: Ur<>s tmk 0>MM( Km . -By * communication from the Secretary to the Senate of thi* State, we learn that during the part ten years two thousand one hundred and eighty convict* hare been rokwmd from the State pri/wn* preriou* to the expiration of the term for which they wore wntcnod. The executive eienaency In theae raw* wa* extended by Governor* Noting. FM, Hont, Seymour and Ctaik. Mr. (tarti'a eiemenry exceeded that of any ot hi* pfedieomora by aimut one hundred cam*, and our i>?^en> will r.waemlwr that be mndc hi* administration notorious by extending aort of r*?eml amaerty jort before he retired from the executive ehair. Tltere can be ao daobt that to thew two thounand pardons may be trued the alarming ioerenae of crime in onr midst, in thin city it i* very diffteutt to convict a rngoe if be bos moocj enough to foe the low , jerr. and generally smooth the tbomy path of J jnetice; but it appear* that it is even more difli- l cult to keep him in prinoo alter be ha* been con- , victed. Think of over two thouaaod vagal* mdx allowed to run loose without punishment, and i vlint jrrntcctlon i* tli- re left for x> i< ty. to xbieid i Which i* the true intent of criminal law. We 1 ti urt that the recent ;???' of the abuw of the J pardoning power will bate a salutary rif.-ct upon 1 ll>e present Chief Magistrate of th" State, Otb(lWw.N'W \dtk * ill I"' m )' ( r< g?-s ^ I ind'1' ?J. a L TQA lilCST EiJfiWf. ? PWIM fcMt WA&METK HtECMAfttt. lb. BmUom i CajLct IjmcAKTUiL, Ha., Heb. 11, 1867. 0?b. Can, after all, la the Secretary of Stale. And ihrrebj banga a reaaon or tiro. Mr. Oobb wae the first ehelee ef Mr. Boehaaaa, bat with that bet aadaratood, there eaaee a traaaaadoaa preaaare from the Soathera nltfftfl UmI Alharc a aalaad fVakk mm PaaaaU* Atari fnr Qnh.iai J. Walker. Mr. Boob an an weald probably hare compromised U? tremble by firms Walker his old plans la the Treasury, bet Oobb weald sot acres to make a Can! net unR wtUi Walker, aid henee the return back to Gen. Own tar Premier. The appointment of Que and Oobb, nowerer, to the two eommandtng positions In the Cabinet, strikes the sosossionlsf between wind and water, and to equivalent to a prastlsal and abeelute repudiation of the border ruthsn, Kansas, sifter agitation and disunion policy of Meroe. Into is the latent of these appointaaen is. The rest are but secondary. Ht|hly Important ften Mexico. iiUTiL or co bo if nr. nrminiu) with the new treaty?tms kb belli on m mexico crush ID, BTO. modus, rob. 30, 1867. The Mexican war steamer Saerrero arrived here-today with live days later news from Vera Oruiz. 8he had on beard Dr. Crawford, bearer of despatches from Mints or Forsyth to our government; Colonel Butterfleld, bear or of an Important treaty ooaoludod by Mr. Foray tn with Mexioo; and Don Barradurno, Secretary of the Mexican legation at Washington, with a copy of the treaty. The party left Mexioo privately to avoid inrptckm. The government tendered the steamer to Mr. Forsyth. General Oomonfort's administration was gaining trenglb, and the rebellion was oonstdcred as crushed. Several of Urn revolutionary leaden had been arrested. The commander of the Guerrero states that if the treaty Is accepted be will stay remain and repair, hut otherwise will return Immediately to Mexico. The party procceda to Washington to day. lews fton Washington. state flovkrnmknts fob minnesota, oregon, and ian8a8?judicial district in the gadsden purchase?6kn. whitkield?use op ibon in public bc1ld1eg8?post office appropriation?the army bill approved?decision of thb attorney general on the naval bill,etc.*, Feb. 21, 1867. The House bill suthortzlag Minnesota to form a Slate government, pasted the Senate to-day, with an amendment requiring the voters ta ha citizens of the United States. Mr. Seward thought the right of suffrage should ba oo-extenstve with the protection ot government. Against sack Seward Ism Mr. Fagh protested. It would adm'.t to the elective fraaobise males sad females, adults sad in fanta, blacks and whites. This amendment carries lbs bill bask to the House. lbs Senate bill providing tor a Surveyor General and Federal Jauge in the Gadsden purahaae, was discussed at lsacth aad passed. The bill providing for s Slats government In Oregon was under consideration, when Mr. Grees, of Mo., offered an am cd dm eat providing that the people oi Kansas should llkew'se form a Stole constitution, preparatory to admlaaton aa a State, ud pending the question the Senate adjtvied. Mr. Sreen'a amend meat la ordered to be printed. The Impression prevails that It will receive the favorable conilderatlon of both Hooaea of Congress, aa the veto on Whitfield'e oaae la the Eonae to dap abowa that the Kaaaaa ihrlebers are below par. Senator Wright, of N. J , nude a lengthy aad able report to day on the aae of Iron la the ooaetrnetioe of public balldtagf. Tbe Peatmaster General re porta the probable aaaaber of dead lettera for the leal year te be three mUUoaa. The Honae paaaed the Peat Office appropriation blU with the Seaata'a aweadmeaia. Thin blU appropriataa atxteea million dollar! for operations ta the Inland eervlee next year. The reeolattoa lmpeacblag Judge Watroua waa poetpoaed Ull Saturday next, to eaable the evtdoaoe to ha prlated. Tha report or the committee on Elections recommendIng that G?a VMMVfc raat be declared vaoani, waa laid on tbe uble. Tote waa the deathblow ta Kaaaaa agltatora. The Praeideat baa approved tbe Amy blU. iaereaalag the pay of ofDoora. Tbe alivrr model given by Coagreee to la aae Van Wart, one of the raptors of Andre, waa axbiblind la Urn Honae to day. Aa application will bo made for a penaloa for bis batra, who are vary destitute. The Attorney General bat rendered aa opt aloe la aaewer to a eertea of qaoettoaa or tbe ooaetruetlon of the late eot to promote the rfliciaacy of the navy. The Board meeta oa Moeday, when the opinion will bo read trod aad they will proceed to bnataoae. The following are tbe leadlag points la tha deola'oa He dactdae that the canaa may be referred to several oourta of taqulry or te one court, bat if to one, that (till the court most bo sworn separately aad make a separate report ta each cam, that the court la to be a pebllc court, admitting spectator! aa well aa part ee; that tha lavaitlgatioaa are not limited la point of time, bat may go back ta the discretion of the eaurt aad acoordlag te the nature of tbe cue; that no case can oome before the coort except upon tbe request or each officer who ataada ta the position of a pialatiit, ha\ lag to muttj th? court of hta fUnooo, phpotcal, mental, prorational tod moral for tho aaral aarrloo, that tho queoUoa of fllnooo la aaeb of thooo raapocta baa to bo tooted bp erUioaco itmnateiatarp aad oral, aad la tome ohm bp paraoaal laapootloa aa la the Oourta goaarallp, aad aa aoaal la maap oaiaa bow la tho aarp. Jodgo A. I). Kaaoail aad faaallp, of Now York, arrived laat avcataf, aad wUJ roaiala anttl after tho taaafurattoa VHIflTY-kWrRTR OONOUM. cam naaiaa. illltf, WainnioToa, Fob tl, 1MT. uaio ro i roue whooui. Mr. Wn too, (rop ) of Maaa., koto aottor of hit Intaattoa to Introduce a bill graatiaf to tho oilioa of Waahlaptoa aad r^oriotowa llro baadrod Uiouaaod aeroo of load for tho ?oj>pert of the pablle sohoola. oitra <oaotntTioa toa tnmaott. Hie .Vnate p rooted ed to the ooaaldonttioa Of Ihr Itoaao Mil to authoriro the reopio of Mlaaatofe to form a oonou lullon aad Mate pori rametit |rr|?ratorp to t%otr admit foe tato tho t'atoe Mr. Bir.i.a, (dam.) of N. C.. mo\ ?d la amoadment that aoao bat dttaraa of the Ualtod Statea bo onUUed to rote la re'oroaoo to tho foratatloa of a oaa?U inline aad Mate (orrrmmoat llo did aot know bo I what tho oflortn* of oooh a propooltJoa might Ftbjwi hlan to tho reaptoloB of betig tainted with Koow Nothing!*? bvt whether thia wao owo of the prtnolplr? of tbo American port? or aot, ?> waa dor.dMl7 la lavor of eoaPalng tb. privilege of voting to aitlaoaa of the 1? nlted Ma lee. ant. TO or aatarmUaod, ia th?< tbrmafioo of all organic Iowa. Mr. BantwaAit, (dam ) of Pa , a'iadnd to tho actMa of tho Hwata oa the Nebraska Mil. Tker adopted aa amendment tiwliar to thla, wtoiok too Hoaoo track oat Whoo tho bill canto back to tho flaaeie he utti Mrat la laooot that * Iho MIL Mh tb* oolr Northora mtmtfw' wha aamet'oMKi that wi'lurtl rromi hogtaatBf M "od?tlx Mkm who roOod tor It ml flni hartog ytctdod IMr coo fletwu la or Mr to allow ?ho MU to pa tiaii ho waa la raror oi tbr proaoal pr?aoMttoa, heiaaaa ho holirrad ttto right of ioflrafr woo oo otoaalro wtu t*o right of etHMhohlp B* did a si f*e I at ubarty la MthB'tlag the fight* of rotor*, to to farther thoa the r noatUatioa at hla err* htaio haa foao. and that haa ooalaed the right at ouTrage to otUraaoof tho bated Piateo >Tr naer a, (doori ) of Mia* otpeooaol hi* hearty coo etrroac ir tho rtowo t*prooe#?i Of tha saaatar Tram hMMtmlo. Mr,D0'<iije (dam ) of IU . rapued to thoheooarho of Mr ?f|t aiotaoaiolaf tbol tho aiMBMlmoat was Itapropor, oat fl ohoortay ie oererai inotoare* peronoa had hoar ooaetttnted H'rea* of mom of tho Pvatea. who wore not ottr. wo of , ho bolted Motet Mr. evwoaa (rep ) of N. T oocaxtor* I lb* gaoMtoa 1 ore*red aa tetried oag oyo aod Mroror. If Uoarroao I oso par mil all tho prop* at (Jaltfbmlo aod Teiaa to erama tele the (?toa aa orgaotaod Piatoa, It caa e*T a (hit cf perooh* wnhlo tho rotted notoo who are not chtroao tbafl r oorfoe the right o; * of rape aa thla, which I' a aiihllar reoastoo Ho wan la leear of adaUt * uag iimn lo TOto pr?a*atj If the reaaoa that thoaa \ new ?o?ea ore la he made rhlrOf by olleoa oad foeohn , err, or ?n * 'ore* degree by I bom He bettered that t*? ? wooo rf ironityrert* who oope to tMa imotrf aeo aa ? k|erwr*i?a-ioata?rli enM aod a* rapeMo or aaondotag tho * ini.rtWFonf ootr y?y-eiomer>t oe oar owo odoootod otuvooa I Mr Moo*' an wtoinat waa thea edrpood ay jam 17; ti With . > . M?? ' 0. *ril Hell of re?.?,?iee henj, I nil, I'tffr, Ji).e<'l < ?d. Ill'.wa. Puller, n*?. tJrltleoden. a tMU*, f Ik Plvtmirwk fori, Mere, ureec Ilua et. lemon, Jidrron .loore m Timaewee. _|foo?i, h*td. In t, OlWrf , lh< mrm of New lereey, Ttuwiuiann of g (trinrkr _ >, Meeore. Allen, Btaler. Bright, '*** Oollamer. )o?l*e I)ov*l?*. liurhee r?ee?-nden. Utrh. "MW, Halo. '?nro pi loea, Monroe. P"*h. reward. Stiinid, "onenlio, a <niret 7 r.i hull. Wodt ii Tier. M lleoe and Wrioht 0 Tho Mil woo lb?o rw?iOd nra < ih; aw it arwoar. no hi eoioMhhmg * Jodlolal dletrioi la tho Uatodoo P rrr#tif?f 111* ?1 PnfTiyw * I e ->? *j<m to actnti MlUtri, * y Wii alt* fWM. L ) Mr. Bill, fail.) of Ttufc., ffcrorel the amendment, and advocated inch mcdifloMioo of Uie exkatlcg natureuxatiQD wenld provide additional eeourlttae agonal UM I"* *?? which hare boen praollaed under them. Mr. Ooceianr, (dun) or III., appealed to iho Sonata not to enter into long i isouiaiona, clae they might looe inipviisnf irrrnvriBI Olllfl Messrs. Hues, Biggs >?' OHlendcn idTOOkM IM bill, ltd Messrs. Touoey and Wilson opposed it. Mr. Ci>\, (dm ) or Ala , eutsred a protest against Mr. Bevard'S doctrine that the rght of suit rage was os ordi ate wtU> the obligation to submit to and sbpport any defined |sversment that would allow Infants, woasaa and colored persons to vote; and this should toaoh the Importance of baring some limit attaohsd to the right ot forming oigantc laws. He was the arm mas >a urn Bosate to dsaoaaeo Know NothlsgUm, bnt would vote tar this amend meet Bo confessed bo erred in voting for the Nebraska bill after Mr Clayton's amonitmsnt s? stricken out Mr. Bri ne said ho. too, voted for Mr Clayton's amendment, but yielded from the seoMrity of the earn to save the bill. writs i.OTsajiniiT roa amnion. The bill aotaorlslog the people of Oregon to establish h Mate govarnmeat was then tsken up. Mr. 6hssh sOOrsd an amendment, extending startler astbortty to the people of Kansas, ponding which the- I Bessie adjourned. House oT Representatives. Wasiusuioh, Fob. 11, IWT. The Boom passed tfes Post Office Appropristton Bill. mrsacnnssT ?r jcdos watboi'S. 13m resolution providing for the imposcbmosl of Jsdg# Watrons, of tea at, for high crimes and mndemosnsrs, was then taken op. Mr. Cajkis, (dam.) of Vs., advocaUd the postpaaomsat af the subject until the first Monday of Deoember, showing that It was utterly impossible to obtain proper action during the present Congress, Mr. Wasimaii, (reb.) of N. Y., mentioned the tact that the ease af Judge Peck was presented during the last week of the session of tha Congress of 1803. The Boose declared that bo (Peck) was llkbletolmpeaohmeat,bat the lubjost west over till the ensuing Congress, when Jorge Feck was impeached and discharged from (Soe. Bo hoped that the resolution pending would be pontpnmd until Satusday next. Mr. Bjimovr, (rep.) of ind , coi curved In the suf|M lion. Mr. Bonrumn Marsbai.i, (K. n ) of ky., did not kaow bow Ibe Boose ooold bettor repair the tnjusttoe dene Judge Watrons thso by ord? ring Ma Impeachment. The Btoso might as well do It now. U ho wore Judge Watrons bo would demand It. Mr. Ruadt, (k. N.) of Toon., said although bo hud no right to spcsA by authority, be understood that Judge Watrons dsstrcd an lnvesi'gailen, and thinsi be will b? psriectly able to refute the charge#. Mr. Basdmiu. Idem 1 ol La.. tCourtt it a meat asans Irons proposition to think of Rtrlonsly oonautcdag tlw anbjeot before oven tbe ? ti<i nee la printed. Too subject wna then postponed till ttatiuday next. ihb ken has cohtkctxi) seat. Tbe Boom took op the resolution reported tront the Committee on Elections, declaring ttant Mr. Whflileld res not entitled to n tent as de'rgate from Knnoer. r On motion 01 Mr. Caui-tbsc, fdem.) of Ma, tbe nmlotion wu tabled, by n rote of no against to Too Boose went into Committee ol' tbe Wboie oe the State of tbe Union. Mr. Waihbcsxs, (rep.) of :u., rslsly etrore to take up tbe Hirer and Harbor bill. The Booae proeeeeed to ceoelder tbe Da Be ten ty Mil. Mr. Etbikiiiuk made a perch, defending himself frttr tbe charge of bla being a black republk.m becaoae be lad Introduced n reeolntlon dencoclaiory of Um re openisj of tbe alnre trade. Wlthoot concluding notion on tbe bill tbe House ttec ad toot nod. The BaMaibusetU LegUlatnrc. Cuwon, Feb. 11,1M7 la tbe House to day, James Bend and others prenenod n petition for an net of inoorporntlon for n itenmailr company between Boston and New York, win s captal ofsoroa hundred thousand dollars. Tba nanlTersary or Washington's birthday will be generally obser 1 le Boston ? n Monday. Tbe batxs, city offi< e, , oe closed, alutea Bred, and btlo rur, at acnrlr -on andaunaot. Tbe Sonthcrn Mall?lewi frwmt Trial Baltimokb, FOb. 21, IBM New Ortonan papers of Bsturdsy ssd Por day of 1st wees are to band, ooatalntng Tests dates to the lib tsat. Use hssdrod ssd twenty soran man worotelasrs <.slrestos es tba 22d last tor Nloaraice. be steamer Major Harris bad si plod ad at Gelvartcn, blUig three men. Arrest of a Swindler. Clsvslaud, Feb. 21, 1B67 Cyroa F Tree was arrestrd at PalnasrMie this a'wnoon, for iwladllag the (ieeuga Bank. Bo ban boaa deag an extend re boalatso la tbe West and Poeibweat,iy dlopoolng of drafts purporting to bare boes drawn by h. Brick, or Rochester, on a bouse In New Vera. He an arretted by Mr. allagher, of Clerolsnd, yesterday. ar accosnt of tbe CleTelnnd Bank, but a Mac ted a oomja mine, when bo woa liberated. Ha bsa raised a h a onrations all ore* tbe ooualry, from two to Br* itusdMi tbocaaaa dollars. Boeror, Feb 'Jl, 1M7 A iooomotire attached to a frelybt tra a on tbe Boair ad Worcester Railroad exploded this aoora.kf, at ftaci>(ban, klHtay Bra,as)tti Wallace, Ue eaf.oeer. we badly t> or ay Davit, the flreaaaa. The > nun ry bam a pot ?m ceaalderably C am ay el by tbe ?Kp>omvm Fwahtie at the Koitb. tlonoa, Fab. SI, lUi Owiay u> the bloekioy of tbe lea, the Karrtaaac r'veas tba Ttelatty m Haverhill, and aieo at Means after, * rlaaa a beet twelve feat, bat ao aertoaa daatyr aaa i cited la roaaeqaeaoe. i a Veraeoal the rivers baveiwollen to a (real bam, carry lay off daata, brldyaa. he. Tba dam connected with Taa OraamhCo 'a faeb' and itveral of the aatahllabaiaata at White rt*as, bio beaa swept away; aiao the dan at Sbooy't mill, lb?at Ilea above. The Frhoonrr Sylvia hah are mt Sandy I low, , Simii Book, Fob. 21,1MT The arhooaer Sylvia, Captala Hathaway, beuad to N? Loadoa with a cargo of cork aad torpaaUaa.'came aaho a Heady Hook, appeelto the Mala Light, iaoi evaway hall peat alae o'clock. MarbHa rHiLtDKLrma STOC* sotan PaiuiMBJWiA. Feb SI, Iter. Htoeka better Peraaylveate I'e, UK, Readlay It AS; loaf lelaad RR, ItM, Ma rta Caaal, 18 X '#sa?y'? ale RR, tax. Political Movements. T?1 Han > n ajrw or RasmrtivASU ?A Harrnbary a* reepoadeat of the Philadelphia .YortA A mm at writer follows ? Tba mat nrnwileewt Lklr r ta mHMm Km. . ik. ui i Char loo (.Ibbraa, ?q . lor a diottnotire Ropob o? Co rattoa. TWo call boa oictmrt much awbi amcf lb? dtCoreal wlaga of tho aati Bochaoaa parly. In loo tboro ?a a oooeaa aaliod opoa It a fa* aitbta altar mod* tta appaaraota >oro At thai eaaevo I commhh of I to voo appotalod to oooMdar oad roport opoa t? projaot of a an too of all tho otrmaota of appaaitloa, ?a to ohtala. If poootbto, a ooopoaotoa of tfto eall, U not. formal withdrawal of it. That commlttao woo to bo-o a period to aa adjooraad oaocao tool atfht. Oo ooooont tho inability of tho commtttoo to d*pMr|0 lolly tho Oat roctdod to thrm, tho caocua mot latoraoolly lort alpM and ad'ooraod 0T?r. ft wtU, bowwror, moat w.tila a fa daye, aad roato to a tool < oootartoa. Arroaawr (itiui ?Tho Baldmori Sun aya the IM Itorordy Jahaooa, of MMaoro, la apokoa of ao a Mora* Braora' of tho L ai tod Ptatoa mod or Mr. Maehaaaa. Ho told ho *bl ha tho ropraf tail a o la tho aoa Cahtaotr tho "old Uoo wbiga " Mr. Johaooa formally B'lod to oloo of Attoraoy Caaaral with oaataoot aMIHy. MiiTO Crirt Tmraauara One- ?Thr 9lair Tom * poranoo OoaTomttoo aaoesbiod at Aiynata. Mo., oa th ?th uK , of which tho Portland A4ivrffcr. baa the follow lac takyraphio acooaot ? The Htoia Tomp*ra?c? Coavaattoa met la P-proaoaU tlTO'o Rail tblo ovMinf A fair altmdaacr. Nr?' l??w rraatdrat A temporal* ad.lrnaa waa adiptrd and ro aoiroa oiiwr?aloc npprofcauoa ot prohibition ard of oppo rtlloa to Bararo' tow a riooirr d?riar'*c iho doty nf. kmparaoe* moa to roto for too Men do of proOibHioa, paaaod aoaalaaoaoly. No acliow boar n% on tho prroto> i o?lalotor# wao tahoa. Ur rot ANornaa Taaa ? Haa. .loha 8. M.Hroa, repra watatiy# ta Oongr*m from tho Chaoad itntrtot of i'lrjiata too aathortaod tho RMamd * *>tirtr to udoum IhaA to will bo a eoadtdolo far ro otonUoa Cofmrr*! Inqnoat. tvn (cm. Pr? tna kt l,ari>Aj?r* ?Ooroaf Parry h?K> m laqooai y?oforda> of tho Now York Roopiai, npon ta< >ody of a awa aooood A. Pithor. who dtod from tho of ?rta of in tnHw of landman adntalatared hlmaaf? Wadaaadap rraala* W* " appaarad, ?u man nf lirta?Hiaraia haMta, and It HaapfnJ cOMmn M aatrtda wbua ia a fit n* daapoadaaev. Pa tadfad u ha UK** HMaJ. la Wild* atr-*, and vaa IWa , 1Bd aaaatnin from tfeo mania ef tba potaaa Tar-it , au Ida bp laktat laodaaoin." ruriaahl waa M paara at ptidVMi aadlra Of Oanaaap. Th? Wfw Coiaa?K Htt.u- Wa ara r*|ua*t?d b? lr Panwrtaa, lha larrrior c? tha Mint, to atom ibattar til la raiattaa In tha amall raratm tllrar noma tad tba o-naca of -wnta haa not pat banana a lav. Wh?n It la Pprnvtd bp Uta ITaatdaat marp allbrt will l?a taada to arrp It tnu ti'Pt at aa aa/tp a pariad aa inaa'tti* inn ntloa wMl ha gtraa Whan tha Mint la praparad 19 p<? oat ?? aaw eotna. and rapa a'i/-ra win ba inn- t ra raaaa tatba rana-pl n< lha fora'aa amar an-ne and ?t.l ata la ?> "tapa r- r lh* new 'mat Ma ?V. M. ? M ' -J