Newspaper of The New York Herald, January 12, 1861, Page 4

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated January 12, 1861 Page 4
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TWO BITS IATEE FBOM ED3!)?I Arrival of the Glasgow at thl> Port mm4 tke Anerka at DalUi\? AKRIVAL OP $1,222,210 Hf SPECIE. Extensive Warlike Prepara tions in France. ANOTHER ADVANCE IN COTTON. I1HKADHTU FF8 FIRM, &c., &o.r See. The nteamabip Glasgow, Capt. Roekell, from IJrerpool on the 27th ult., arrived at tbis i?ct v<?torday aftoraooa. B?r advicoa arc anticpa ted. Annexe 1 ta the HPEC1K LIST VBH OI.ASOOW. Herkerirath, Pchniodor ft Co ?20 000 Nelfl ft Merrill 310 R K. French 16,000 I*. Brnun* ft Co., of Buiiimore 2,000 Bungc, Hurlu^e ft Co 6,0 JO H. Hurt ill ft Co 6'K) A. Bell a Son 441 Merrick ft Bull 2,0"0 De Hbam ft Co 2,400 KuLkein ann ft Schuiodor B.iioo WUUmni ft liniou 6.0J0 Order 20,791 Total ; ?#2,442 Ihmi, Jan. 11, 1801. The America arrived hero at ten o'clock this morniug nnd f>tii^>d ht noon, with thirty-four Boston paatengera Biid ?153,000 In specie. 1'aeaod I*eoomber 30, atearnshlp Great Britain, off Wa t?rford, bound ea*t. She him ?162,000 in Rpccle Tor New York. Tl?c iron pluted *hip-of-war Warrior wad successfully launched on the 20'h. Hie journals generally condemn rather than pr<ino this Circular of the AiMtrian Minister. The poets of Minuter of Oomifcerce and Minister of Public Instruction In tlio Cabinet of Vienna remain vacant Itiispas. ion politi Fee that Count Keobbcrg and M. Von ScU^rler' can not (> + tibly pull well t .gethor. 1 be I'ari.- 0?>rre*poii'k"iit of the 1/ondou Iltrald says that tb warlike prepar.liu.s of France are on a far larger faie than at the same p riod in 1H58. Hi, I'lris rat>k Fays the government la purchasing r iner* in Krarco to convert tlicm into mn of war und t ImI 1-lU. A I' In letter alat<v> that for pome wrooka ptL*l tl.o pur t'e ? "f liorcw ha1 been tnado in Eastern I'ruasia for the Jtci b and I'tedmontone governments. FRANCE. Ttie i'. inrvr if d' presj>m1. Rentes 97f. 75c. lii- 1 roptri.ii V lip nlr if not allowed to attend Cabinet ioi? ni.K*, as lornji riy. IT ALT. Tlu i ,c of Gacta coat tan ea day and bight The g ir rl-'? replied. it v>u> reported that tk- young Queen had left. A i ? tvntut ? the provinces of Naples, Sicily, the Mar, lw? Mid fnihtia fe8 lt>l.?gnU parte of til" Stat* of I t?eily TURKEY. ' The *?d<1ai< rtamji have been definitely acul?vl. Tlmy at - to 1 jMid Ui full in luikish c inaolH at 63 CHINA. n.? t<*?t of the r'tiuiet.1* treaty ta published It contain* ? r'<?*r?*jre to Mr War<Va luttnomonl to pay sovereign ii.>ct>.?Co to the I rofxror, but the telegraphic sum :n try ?t I J* rp <?t to ike* tb'- ?(iaa.' ot,ncure. The Knglmtt iudem bit) ta nominally thre* utUliona at?rliuf, winch it son M<ter<-U too mall. Ttie I nit?t MaU-a at.-?mnr Hartford and gloop or-war .t -lisi \it?tu? were at llorg Koug, and the giuiboat Nigl naw at Sboiigbne. INDIA. Tt ? 1, p*yn V?n;? Siiheti it Mill alive with f'.OKJ H 4'AM loll..wer.. tb 11,ib' I, uud ha<< ple ity of nx?<-y. Sir l|, gh H.w? prnmp? mmui'iiiw ti nt atoppo'i tailher I?. ,r nation in tha army CAl'E OK GOOD IIOPR. ? mtnerrla) tiMt nii?M*iy affairs at tho Uip'" (M?i li p>- l ad improved. I,eu?r? b?vr lin't rec^iTed li >tn /.iatib> and from Mi li (Ml. (OMMFRTIAf. IKTELUC1ENCK. MWHON MOKKY MAHKKT. TTi.? (rUllM>? In the I lark of ?i)gUu4 IlhI dfct*?acd tAxum. ll? nuaj nuaikul *M 4eci<Wly imorc Stringent, wilb I |M <<??!?,I dMHIIil. I it ? i? ckwrd on lildai at *2\' b 82<?, for account, ox <?i\ 4? i .i, ant ou fmluruay <u pro Urly l!io kuuo r.ilm, hut |? ? <a war* Aran-r. abuw mi mtvwwm J" t i* C ilrd clinrna w> r? quoted on Manl?f at ax ', ?H nl, I'.rn- rWra ai a*?,, and Naw Vork Couttal akoTM M *? n #? Ik?ri., m<4b?-r? rajxv ? a iiutiU'4 liuoloow at prcviou* n.M, *b4 ?mAM4 tfctoAj u> 3m mortgage bouvls ? N ? Y '<rk kfl n SH to* r? w * iw I>111 ? | ivunin ???*! ? al # ?. MT a HI M I, J.?l*Mral M a W I nit > .. a ai Ulv. ? a W, iitHRrtitfL con on market. Tlx- bw r< cutiu? on .-wturdaj- J*tl> Doc nib r, worn If loai ,.w- if. nun,, a.out; ui -|?-r uUUm and tiportara, 14* mark** Arm. rrar* <??? nui?. *1.? .Irtora ttun Va tlwtrr br* la* Tli." mar I < ?a bran > *" !? ntUiiM f? ?r (bp China tawltM m if a , bi'jr li , It gfc buaaa<-ai waa r^trictol in r??. ? '|M*M of tb? Ml >ajr* utmnm, *a*ni m*rr? wakkitt. IjmnvK . IH T*. l*?o lurlM> J?* IV?M k ( a, rfi?>rl ii,' ataikrt |uwl ow In* to IbabW.daya llnr Itrm arvd n>1v*iv tug qiiotis^ M sa? M a ?? at *l.- i nlvat mg, and f>mtinlljr nt?Mlr b ?n.r rMi I la *4 a 11a white, 11a a Ma. I t i <aa. Mit M ktcbaa a>i*?4 anJ r*4law. 3*a ? ??? ?4 nM*. 141a. ?at?-Ml *aab > O* ia*wt tmir a4t ww>l?l wtiv?l 14 aM mm* ti?n? balb?? V mm 4*mam4 an a4r?ne?, i.iaw**, D*r j? l?0n l?<?4 (<??? nr? ilnlly w4 Ira iirnnwi mot taioM muir ?M> fVrk f?l Na*? 4a. I Uw?l du 11, anj ?MW?aa M?iaal VaMkM, Naali k Ota r*t?ft a 4* ikar 4 (a. tallwrtMM u?n umr ? at -v imirwu rwKt i mnit. *V A Kwlr, ? ir nraa Itn <4|?? ari?' ? utannki < loanwa ??HIN. ?tor :( HmIMi ?M*a ftM Mftd 4WM( (|m Mi 4a>* *k?l ?t.H M la ata a4ranr ?kik? a?#<v n, ?? ? 1? m4, w> * ?a Irv* <l?a a^?i #t Niir Ik* w. nee*.' rjiMf.iw. Mar >iirnr, ?* r,<, ilu! tar ?a 1,4 1% M aa?aa ? ??it? amir ft"'* v-* ???^wi Iran Unaif I4?f. bai ?*f fca*a? <4 IW la M* fcnl^ ?aaok >? Ja* la Tt* ww Ifli im> ft, i*? (k??lra. <nk aa??at Mr* tna Ma?ar ar?. ?^ ^ ItH H'?4? AMM*>r 4 A#*>^ ia tkf A *m Waam m ?a-f ?a f:?44a? Dn r -?? -Nt:< ?.? I Hal I b?* I?w4 ?r Urn 4a tlx Ik* *?t?aa a at argaai<#4 /at. frivair rrwia ar- ?a9a*narii/ ar??ii#i?4 a ilk laajaraT -?> ?*?.? ^t,#i? 4t'?' JBl fliiar* vtll *arf>-rri *Ha ? 4mjr ba a r ? 14?ra>l? Wit An aiiaw*i a* n**4? ?aa nraainc ihta ' in iMwataau CM. (n?aa, aa Ka?'-tb c?c.i <rf ? rtif ?* Iba law oaaapaif Aa ba ?r?n natk a? m th ? 1 ta?*flt*fc>4 aim a '7u'ym KM whe was ia the rear of t,m TW kad ?*~ U?r grwa, a-diiiMU.n^ k 4 tU^tt r?f ? is m? 4+-m.? rtasg-r,**. Ma* ?c ?fc.*,r^. h*Te oocu,-d - "?? <*?*!,??. 4, | ?*. ,. Inn ir" ^ T* *^r^?? ? ~ *>-?" ?, tnl.4 2 T'T"1 U ?-.? ' ? "-rw-r. ?..? (,r. icre hss been ,.u 4*<lli bnvn rr, (k*l 1 ? A ? memonuiduni of. bao**. tu, a., ^ ^ tte the evening o( the?th tMtmar u,, ^milt u<,#alr American slop Bow |? p,1|tf tb?. (Mirer Tt-T-. *w <*a Bbore.aud meeting wilhienue i;*ri ..tMi.taa, they >?<.-<in lo make more noise an<l disi .roanca than Mm u? allowa. "??/ ?m* ordered to desist by the guard, bat the m did not heed the ona-nand, and Iiiim *b>i lie ? ? carried Ui a hospital by the guard, aal died the same night. I Hare not beeu able to learn the name of tba unfortunate mas. Tha American Con Bui informs m? that the m .tier haa nut baea brough Jwfore him otllcially, but Um facia ware cotnm Bleated to him by the ship's interpreter. As sailora ge nerally onlut undor an assumod name, It is probable th.t hw trtio uoe will net be diBOwvoro 1 ualeas ha made it known prior to hi* decease. From oeath to matrtmocy U not an unpleasant sutyect to moot minds, ami so I wilt girs you aa ?. lu. Tho King has his Shite troubled, but thane are not ail, it .? ?aid. There are wounds that often trike deo|>er than rnoro business trials. Tne tmmaroa ts m iovo-* v..ry common occurrence with potentate*?uid w.ul? to mar ry again. But the lady?for raason* of MiAs, of curse is not a^aeptablo to Gaunt Utvour, an I he haa h vl iho *hai ringo put olf throo dilfurcut tun04. Suw, bow?*v 'kit the Prime Minister ts n?i with bio Msjeaty, it is a*i4 the King in determined to carry out h.i tnunuon*. 1 aiu told that botweon the double weight* of love and zMatehe ts really in a jicrploxcd and troubled situation. Uneasy in the lieiul that Wears a crown. 7he Ministry of War of Naming it abolished; a g >od I movement this, its it will rid th<! govvj uuvut hers of t m.inj ariuoj :inc> a ;ind difflcuUioa. lu plm;.; thereof 14 in (ititute^, under tho supervwiou of the War Itoiu lm "tit at Turin, a general dlrtctory of the mil iary afl.?r? of th>4 province. Miyor (>eucral Ulisio C'.igi;i is nominated Chief or the Diroctory. Mujur General Kicotti Uagaano is pro VisJonalJy uuumait^ viillinry oonnnander of the city, forts and prov iucc pf .Vup!"s. Ihe n iw.i oomuitubion, app >int"d to establish the rank o) thu.< ll'i,omof tho two armies, has been abolished by an order from b< adquartow. It is ? capital ihiutf to hnve tiondquarlers five huu.iro'l tnlles ofl' that c a^slide iu when s U (Sable and annul unpopular regi;liitions of the local government. The plan itself was not so very objectiona I'le, I App, eh. nd, but it wiia the t^ut accessary to establish the gra< e by the docuiu nu. Now, the idea of a lot of tilibustei*, rushing j<cil nteii rom all quarters of the com" piss to join (iariba'di, lutving foimal coinminKioim, se<<iiis ridiculi ua V h> , scores of ihe oilicer* liist saw the Gcno rul and received tlieir a|>j?oii!tm?nui? mt*x ovc?, lo silua tioiis where tho usual couimissioos were almost imprac ticable. Some first met and joined hitn whil?t he w is re cllrung beneath tho shaMo of some w dl, or buneath a tiee, or climbing up some biUsi ieto view the adjacent country, or was hy the brook w.uthmg his clothes, or on how back?all wero cordially received and rciitiorit-ed tojoiu w iHi jut ceremony. 8<>me, of course, received the doevmtnts, the written documents; but others only bore tho more indelible documents of diseased systoms, of Khatiered arms or woundod lirgs, aud their swords. As HtVuirs have turned out, it is probable nearly all the volun t> er ollnvrs will seek their h anos, or remain horn iu cvtut ready for the spring campaign, if Uai ibaldi , My lust loiter treated u -ally or the discontent, or mil ontsrito, 11 s ih?' Italians tern, it, that existed the previous HPek. 1 gave hi; a ? .ore hkcloton account, for it would require man} sievts to r-..rfer inli J istlco to the various Uthlutdadcc*1:. 1 <! ? .ciipirri*iui;? tl^t tako plac* here curing tli''pi>rKKi i f ou w.. .. \? ,;io oxc.u m mt b n uio'li.isud I (i.i not co'iicm. . .!?? 1 .?>!? 1 ring more than ca*iiftii> to turn r t)j?-ct in ih.- c 4it;:aoi- itiou. Um thare ? rue catte-. of conip>.;,t n..4. ; u.?iit ? ? to notice, ani aa llleot vast Importancj 111 every c inn,unity, ivj l ?'sne (lally b?Tc at thin time, I will mention it. 1 inowi the fiub.K-ct ?,f eon.ation: ami that th re i.i ilisAitUfaction lu ii-tjard to this indicates the Ivat'ng of tM puble: p ilse iu tho tight direction, or with propvr uioliuu, aud U ini\ a fco prove that the ^ovornm.jn Knd the priest, who aro tho edu< ator*, are workiup tog.'th'T, as in times p.wit, to keep the p ople In ignorttixe. I'erhips tlio goveriiinuut h'sitatfs to let light shine njmti beiil^hlod mnvls mnt vet Slid MMSUiil, hes llie oM met nod., mi nwttors baoome more llxod unit ?eti|n,l. lint then, again, thn prlesis aro n tenacious class, ami will, ir po?*iblo, hoid on to antl qeatdi sys^ms. and rather thnu yield t\iil go among the tK ople ami move them to create distm bsncss. Victor rHiunuc l liiid a Euoet <iiillcult probleiu to solve what* llim l?oi?le bet' ime his S'.b.o. ts. Why (not original?? Soi p'litsn opinion), b-'t'. tn th<> beggar?' and professional thieveB and tie- Phe. t ,g, dishonnnt t.-a-lers, d-sl?r8 plnrt men an : s-i vaetii, th->re are very few decent porsotis r mmmiig. \> jjat a iierciiieari tank to m.'iki' men of such material. yet it will bo done in duo tlmo, mr n ceu Jurj 1 r two. But 10 return. 1 cuti give no better Idea of Ihe didtontisiHctipii than to iratislute what one of th- 'lailv ,fo- 'i.iN wiys mi ?Bi mrtverr:?J~mrT.' m QbtOoiitOnt on count ot the public instruction. Now they will reopen the K Ins .Is but what cIhm.!>? Tlinso ftrelvof tho.sime uain ? el ttieMnio^yst, 111 thatexistwl !n tb ? yearsof terror On i o-ui|- (hem's at once 1h.1t the c .r,science ?( the p.<ipie is d ijk, 1- ?gr>( ratit or go"d pr'.ncip! -s; and to cover this liak< dn we have need of anew dieea. If we wish Ibiin, truly to hetielit pcbli.: lnti IJigencs we mint radh cally hboli.'-b dd satitntJd with I'aKinUin; we in.ipt Implant the chool ol ChrUt, which diili-os m lelilgence in every mlt.d, without '.'eluding (>ur?elvep wlt'i some fy parte ?>StMn of paic'.work th a centralizM kro .vledge m certain I c.t 1 ties. All ihe people have a lyl-t to he ci\ 1I1 zed ?d they cant-d bo without a sys tetr of 1.niiortn instruction m every part of the lan I." Tbu if 'he right kin.1 of talk and >e.*< that there ire pout Iu,l'-Q lulu'!,, wlw Clirv '>? ik I'Uiuly and to the I'm sons at a dlHUnee, unacqnairiterf with th? inlved flem. its ol population heie. may deefn It surprl-mg ihit theoMorde 01 th ng. shouM b ? adhorod to bo uvea and rtiot so many ot th- llo .rbon .uij.loye,. yM hold 0! .c? ItWv. rv c,?y. When alli..M me in an'.it'ed coudiiHi. |< r pi|,.Ht? Hnd oitirr ititfnuN pirllos to op-<. ra . on tie Kii-4 and c uncltlen by holding o il tho Idea >h t rommono, tn.urrrr'1011s -*ill aiise if c?vluiii eha ig. s aru tii#ie?|or*.l ie, if edoc.itktn iScii 'O'l raged?and Hat U>e p. >|.l 'cc :mre restrntnt, and th ?t ii y>\U up < anut r ? is t<? th? hi li&fht ami liberty. **x<vot Mitill,|? . Ill KW .US ... I thr. g I ihe Bo ironic Imis. | don t mythu l"? t.e,.B th?<. ?.. mr-yad to tle? refim mid\" ">'-y "" system at all as 1 um told) bit It is no' ttrproh .!?!, , us it |, weli understood thin thi p'. ernmert h* l? litf-'ln uneasv at the stste ol aEilrn, and found it ilidic ;1. to d-cide what course ?ss best to pors le. Ah to th- oitk.- holders th-ir tan e was -leg oti" un lor the old uad ,h " tl?ve 1>> m. in".11* d'rr as**I tn number or In i?r?ureriuir ttf-smy. rieM still loop fqr the-p.Hls of otn^e. and, be' lrg converts to a ( tisrtutious/ g vet mu< ul, n?ey ? ?eni they have ao Increassrt rlslm to retain th. fr positims nlai'v ' ^.T'!'i|n"l"*i","tl H,til "Ul* r"r"" " * g T>'t w I ow nitte, formerly exist >d. I will nTor to n [I'P'/tjtist oiaiirmi.UimloeBo ot Iho bureaus. The . (mufh.' /u1'1'1''^ IslvW, d-siring to lei-n 'ha con 1' ?f ht chai ?p, *#?! t '<? tUo Oiiici*. lo ,h" r">l^hc! P'g-'t.tfcms.he ?p-clel to nd thirty seven employe; hot msrn wer- only nin - or t< n in ti e apartment. ? Where are the oth :r clorksr" be sskmt and Ihe reply va?. - Th y never come; tli v r.ieive |st\, but -ire r> lievcd from duty." Th? Mlnuier i.ot cimr vcr .1 ?! (Vv.rbon diplomacy, a,k.'.l for the | i) roil, ivu l h ?sw that tho ottloe h*d fnr etuoloroa r tbr. e botwoon 4 SSW "n'1 '???? "">-i- .-.ere exonerated from service fb;, Until" at" liable laet.nud it wis one Of the m... ,41* '?>' Bourbons to ?.m the sir- ?>ions of c?ruiu o> m lt.s ai d also t . e tablisb s,.!c If, n,.? they app.dntad andpaMchildf . ol their fa verity who htiLrdly loft tbeir niothei - aims, fhls disc very m-tu' ed ,i th .rO'ieli h'.r? 1 * all tl'e (lepnrtmentj, ?hieh pro.-??a is, 1 >? 1 ev. . sii I in l'"*.-ess. \moji?j others, the (arloa., ?'? wprt the number of p?titf.ns ? A " ""i'1 ?' '?"? "?" e. I |. 'rcMve bv ,' " "I'"1* that ihe teunber reached loo,two dur Ot ihiTi '''1';!* 1 'i* sn.| lint the s- u-efiry M /k ? .^1 "V"r ^0 "W) on Ills table. Atfr I 4'lt. t-.n/'? I* a"'?""<nl1'h* L'nlted I f. I r ^ I V "f' ,c" The Omucillor for t^n in I L"1 Vlil i' "r1"r,,in*to re[mrt* from Ofteen ,,r0 V I. ? tb. ie art- ill J1..I-I., mptoy.s than allowed by the "ilul". ?' """ "?? "Vtra exp >tise over thiit) cni ili--.|, in.l d'v-tls This d.~'i se 'hers are m, ? ,w'ob Pr"Muo- , and 1 have b?en lu -rtu.-it fiat ti er.- *cro t-se licudr- d uioie lluui was al lowed I. one dtpaitmer,there. M 11 w:" in ,1"' ,"n?r n,n lo?>fount Cavnur and t cum avnur * the long run rill . v VUtor Kinani,.' iliis And in an ad<tr?w<i to the psipl<v_one of the K in -r rent) cU-.*,of which so miny are issued or sold in th?. 1 or p.*t.d (!. th" e -ilL? [t ?, very <>*?v to ,Pr. r;,7?bV'",h"r"1,n* ,or th" ?<? r-nrTule . H'-cra .. r.m^kiblcf.r Ih> inarch i e< ergots Th.' mov m. i t ts now that of tlm Amave not i ."'ir'1'?? ,h? Tuechwr^ ?|| 1 ptseuUt.s Ihcm-nlv.* ar- not oire 0( th -ir twwinon tb^u2 1*, %% **7 mora#,'t froo? th" H.I*e^ W. h.. so s-mgume a? LouU f'hutpp,, ,,ul oa lb., eve of th.- rrrolutirn of l?i*v And Vict-* Ktnmuel U l*-t etit reiy sure of his pimllUm, hut ir will <lo hie b??(t jmd fight 10 the last. If h, k. wh, r. he now is ou^o ?* P"P??sr ???. h.. m Ho tus a skilful |>4M Otvour, who has (bine much for iUly and his Kltur And will he be diMn.wutd for asy cause exc-pt the mo5| . anx^inU I think mH. Hy energetic memoir *, or by ? .asu-rly tumfhrtty," . ..genes* may ibdk-ate, hi ? U Nreset thejh-p??? torm. "lie will he retained in t^<nt.tne4Mitfts wiejd the liwunieeof the kingdom, or U? n-nphi reason that hi. policy has icade Italy what ?m ^T".1 s 0. ? and power ?'WibaldlCrnqm-rspn-, nc-w by ai ms. In wave. " 7 P"*- Um* th"X bolh ?? ?>. (.i^t^' *"Jf. "?rtb?l1 has siaued another mani ? . 'r^\??y tlu*t Italians \ toe imJ^? rL. m*?lvr"fr,,w tblsproiramme?imt B ?>- he f, .. *?bsoietety lodupeas-iblo In Italy. ?Kit that ?i, . |, 4^ Mlnstter, (W or (ISltUlio; "?"?t iu'u vMi r*,uir?_? t'h"."^1 l1t*JU<w< Snd Mnvn.i at th<' h.w t ,j k . TW,r may <> Istof Ibirrh? iCl by 't -e r?rrle.| <Dit I ib.?|, ? wttl v/H. a.'my ?ill number ?o menr. but th^ . ? . ,b" r<Hr?U' 'II full* l' hy <i?rlhaM| ^nrt" ereuii i|.<inand It th? imT^ ^k!', "'} ?it Ogure I spprohend the IVtSeh huIT^f while ,1.,.,,., generally thr.<u?lr?ut the ?" A ^ <* "o .treaty ot^2K inU^, and I ?>ot that lb. SMrookiit u prig-asalng In iua:iy Uk r I ra< nt*?o d in my Utl IrUw (btt a report had been r. n '-i? U> lb* l.wtitmai Uaueral "4 the number o* de frnHum lu ll.? iKIxi' a! t'M*lMiu?ii( the Neapolitan pro \ .u?* arr iiititled u>, ant eutad that I thought Victor frr at.' ?i lint i,.a iuu-Bti 10 allow the Veapotnuu a full re I rr-tut*ilob Joel jet Xj impri'.!-: m* wnrr produced by ? bat I had ?n I Uiur.l I luid i win inialak a in iuy via**, ud that <ba lull quota?144 members?will be al lowed The OfRriaf Journal hat published tba en i tlrr statistics of the n'liifW of deputies ovory province j ?f ilw kuag-towi ia Niliiktl to. The whoio p qiuiiUion is j 1T.HM.1M, and lh? whole number of representatives is 1 MT. Tbe Nuples, Turin atid Yltian province have eigh i t??o?a?h, Florence fourteen,!(onoa thirteen, Novarra ' ?taven, ltrroc a u-n. <V>mo una, Pavia eight, Bologna ' a?-reo, MudMia at*, Licca #va. Ferrasa ami Ravenna four | kr line a dearer hu- just appeared thiat institutes i tn rath wwnmune a municipal juuta exclusively otiargul I with tin- formation of the cloctorul list for the nomina te ? of <1. pnll.a to ihi< national l*arllament, to bo own I |wv?d (1 a. the Junta) of the syndio, or bead of each oo n- I nr n?* and fnurciliseus thereof, pro rilled the population is ' net over S,(ISO of sltoltltnn members tn those oomtnuuoa with not ov. r JO, 000 inhabitants, &c Tlie dccurioiuilert 1 Dominate ouc halt of the members of the Junta, ant the ! several syitd us the other half, ??from ih.> most intelligent ai<d hornet of each oommiiDe.'' In the city ?f Naples, enil 111 .I l ? it* population i' twenty four r/tizau in MM. the J Ma t? to be divided into twelve sections, e mh of wbich la b. Iw MBMH "I a m?iNif demon by thndecu r ><-uiu<-? a*?! of a clt isen nominated by the bead* of the oom mutcs eai 1. to form the (Mtn In their rospectlvi- quarter! or *< tMia 1 give aa entire svno|?ta of thla decree, aa allowing the way things are being <lone here. If a change of gu*. ri m nt whs over an experiment, the trial in now In pngn^. rhoo-aiiit* ->re looofcitig on with great into reel hi a>-r how it operates. what the government 1* doing aixt what .t v II .to, and all. what the (icopie are <h>iag aatd will do, Mid ahat Uiey will become. like do ore? above tn?atixiM will h;"..dly ba eorwf.lered demi r iti ?? it plac a the puwt-r in the haBd* of oitloera i?i> ?oiMtxi by ibr King, ao'i their appointeea, of eourse, will be ill tbe*ut>* atrip < ll ktokK to me like a " wha I witLin a *bt-l " l'erliapa it ia beat to be ho, for the K'ik- will iu?d ii'.ne but hui frienda in t'arllament, an he will iaire all ih?-id tha representatives of the people caa give in tbeee trying lunea. Fty* o'Ci orti P. V. I wroia the feregnlag Una morning?romyuber the IU liana iime at ki\?ami aa the aun ahonu brightly, I con cluded tn fi> to a ilrt.g More to learn bow the 'thermo n.eter Mmal at two I*. U . on tha 14th iKn-einher. So, a few nlnnt<? before two, I walked forth and aoon reached the miablfc-binmil of my acquaintance. 1 lo >ked around, e?i|>pi>Ntng of o uiae, there w,v> au liiHtrumont hanging up. but not mg any, I inquired, and wa? aa^Wered that Utey had none, auch thing* were never callol for, an<! wire not needed here, an It w.ia nev-r cotd. Mv raicul -i icaia vera th war tod, and 1 Ml eltghtly dtxgi. ted 1 walked the public i garden wnlcb ri.r>? aiorg rbe fttiore. to the wall exteiidlrg along tin- front, overlookuig the bay. 1 nt 'ppeil up (he larnart, and |?Ut ing oue leg ou the t ip of thn wall, I laoatd my head on my arm an I knee, with my fa<-c t-xp'.M'd to ihe full glare of the aun, determined to U.ake a tl.erm"Mieter of myaelf. I xtood thus beneath the warm raya of a {ttceuiher eun for aeveral miautiM, nt the aame time beholdtng aonie lwherm o drawing in a hen.?. You Lavi- beard of the flahafmen of Napinx, of COurKi , and ol M Well, tht-ae were tho boys, and?and?the aun began to feel hot on my rhotik, and I tin pi d the other way .md proni?m.vleil the garden. The conclusion of my eri -nt He olwervatlon wia, that tho niejeur) H??K d atwHit 76 degreea Fahrenheit, and pr<rliai? 80?Mdl.runtly h'gh, when New York, about tho same latitude, In uoubtleHa exulting In Ice and Hn'iw and buck wh<at rake*, all unknown to Naplee. The diy being beautiful, the garden woa throng, d with p'ideetrlans, a oatnl of unialc w.m pLiylng. fl)? treea atlll wore their vcr'ltire. the gra.-a wan in fr.-ah and bright a greon .is in early spring. plants and i-hruba wore growing aa if it were June, fiud all aeemed ?'happy and gay." Reie ath tny win ' jw la a V) getable garden, where divers kiuds are now growing, and several 1'wla were plniiied a few wocks atncu and are up aweral im hoe Acrrma the atreot ia an orange grove, with golden fruit lian^'ing on ila branchej, boon to mature. Such U Naplea in mld-Derember. Kn ni h Vlrw of (he American Crial* and tl\c> Frealdent'a Mrxango. IFiv-m tha I'arm Constitutlonntl, lioc 20 ) The Cnited Slate* at tho present moment are under going a decifllvo orifla. As Mr. Buchanan nays In hM ih-baage, the moment go feared by the Father of hia (b in try, the fatal mom'-nt when tho people of tho republic would bo divided Into iwu factions hostile to ctch other, has arrived. The American L'Dlon needs In auch peril a superior min, wlioso r>?pei ted intluenca, controlling the tumult, should addreni to the people's patriotism a solemn appeal and rally them under tho ancient federal bauuer, Uirnc aloft with dignity and flrmnesx. Tlie President liaa just oddreaaad himtelf to the nation fi.r the luht tune tn his ofUoal capacity. Iiii> Message of tho 4th of I >e< ember must then embrace the supromo re (M.u.meiidulion of a stAl.wnan, uu-lerstaniUo/ th" alfalra fl of liiH country, tilled with authority and "Sperienco, and iuiliuativi by a desire of contributing by hi* calm and diBinterrnti rt cminsela to the miiintananco' intact Of the wnik of national unity. Mr. Bnrhaiian him sought out the mean* of prcworving tlie republic from the c-itaatropho which threaten* It; ha hi3 <1 awn up a plan of reconciliation b tween th? North ern anil .Soutliern States. It cannot, however, be said that thla preyed is a compromise, inviting the two ad verse parties to mutual concessious and equal sacrlAcas; it is rather a stiinuwiui addreK.ed to oue to yiolu to tae exigencies of the other: ll is more like a decision come to with paiiiillty than an ri|iiituble n bitration. To thn North, whieh haf gaimvi its eaimo before th" people, the rrceli'.er.t sigmUvs that it muxt abandon the beiieilt of the dr> u?lon for Ula prodt of the Smth, which Iris been Uio losir.K jiarty. Under piete*t of conciliation, th. \|i? Kigo t alts on the cor.q'i?ri*r to placo himi'lf under tho ftvl of the eoP'tncri-d. Sucli is the groundwork of l*r. linehanan's prop,.ailIon This qoncluaton was arrived st with great 1 ib >r and stii.iy. It is precedod by a 'lengthy dissertation, In which contradictory I'.octrines are alternaVdy miin tiiniM*. 'Ilio I'retliler.t commences by accusing tho North of continuing the dis<v>rd which li.ia plac?vi the eintlnv of thr country tu poril The North, by itk inccpsant preaching agalwt tho institution of Maverv, h.m lrrttited thu South nti+ rompromiaed the security ol its itiluibitant*. It has inspired th? flave hoiilcis with continual I ears of beholding the horrors of a servile war burst forih in their ini.tft. And cow. what has resulted from this cbstinaey of the North in ro]>e)ling all connection with slavery existing in the South? The i'nion is about to be ruptured. There tiro fl ipio States which wish to retire fron the confederacy. And what ri^ht have thev? None, certainly. sinco the federal eompact wis io be fxn|M.tiinl, and uo ono of the cnnt"itcling States &in wlthdrnw ltr-el] from II Tlie con.nit'itl n of the 1'iiited States was not made with no much care to be violated at the caprice of any ouo of then* Tho sec cm fclou of th- States would Ic consei|iMiuce be tile il. But, c ntinues Mr. Bin iiaum, 11 they are still op pri rs<vl havi they not a right anterior to the constitution M frieing Ihiin.-olvcs fioin their oppres-orsf Aaaitr c?l;y, ss.. s the Mesaago. And the c ?natitution, whit are we to do regatding It in this cue" he con tlces. And h" shows that the President who ha< sw.-ru to uphol I it has not 'he power of doin^ so. As to Congress, Mr. Bin hauu, after much rejection, is of the f>i>ini"n that it baa no ri^ht to de iaro war ng .in-1 a revolted Slate. Thi. a Main is at the Same timo forbidden an I per mit!.d to s'ce |? by the constitulii n, and th it instru ment, Inviolable in lis nature, Ins constituted a I're sid. tit whoKo iiut> it w is by his onth to make it re np-ciad. but who Is snibie to kis p his bond It nv>ro i ver in*' tuied a Congre n whose duty it i? to mako laws whiUi the IVeeide .t sltoul I execute; but this Oougress rannot furnish the f,r?>sWent the means of pntiing into execntioti the prima;-)- and supreme law. In terms m >re .etc ^r, th< re Is no saiirtion In the constitution, nnd, a? tin, the cor-titation exists no loo^or. This ta wluti ihe opinion of ttm Pre^l ient amounts to. After havu g expounded, with all sorts of di vclope tr. ?m.-. thesecurlonatbeoi|i-s ? f which theSo'iibcaunot rail of tnaktni' ro dace nnt ttbn I'res'dent lays dewu the plsn, which, In hu- oplns u, is'lis- mo?t proiier loi averting the e\ ,1. And here we ought to fay , that Mr. Bu han.ui is m the riy! ' If, In the end. this plan 11 a l0|>t >d by lb > North, tlm l inon ta fiat ed, but rave.l wilb the cnnalitu tional reci | ullinn of slavery l!i th broad r?;? se of lui wbole teirltory. The re|>ublic will hsveretrograde I, and the Blnet' enib cetitury?the century of pri^ have expefteaoed i*ie iii?ap|a>lntment mor?. W lint iin n dnM }|r. I'uchnnan ask for? lie require* the North to accept, us forming tvirt ol the coiwtitution it?elf, the three following points:?1. An express roc >gni tioti of tin right of nro|M>rty over sUvet. wheiever slave rj exists or may exist. 'J The duty of protecting that t .ghi on nil the common Territories, until ihey c >ustitut? Uiem ehrcs into Status. 3 The reco/nltlun Of th'< right of a toaster to have a fugitive slace delivered i.p to him by all the -tales, and a declaration that all tin laws ot a Stule which are in contradiction to that rlghl are so tnsny \ lolatl >na of the constitntton, and must, iharefore, be null and of non-effect, it is tantamount to .*ay ing to the North tIrani to the South all It claims; it will thon be satl.-tlisl, and will not neparate Itself from you. As to tho first iioiut It doos n t offer by Itself any great dlflWsnlty, for the opponents of slavery have never eon teeleU tliat the slave was not really th ' prop, rty of his hiastcr. Mere precisely is the great evil fr.Ti which have emana'ed all bickering* and dangers, snd for which the 4outh. despite the prngri ^s of the hnmiui citnsc lencu ms>n this point, has neglected to furnish a n tne<ly Tb" p? ople of the Norib, with whom a personal and direct tntere?te<ineaa has not arreste<l the development of the moral sense, have eowelved an aversmn more and wort rlecil"d agaiust this "domestic Institution," the name of which the rnnstltiitloo is unwilling to rec"gni?e] and which Ihe founders of tho republic Condemned ia principle when they inscribed at the beginning of their work the rights of man. wilhoat distinction of color or The State* of the North f> "1 thenaalvctt more and more cnnttiaiiOMtfvt tiy ihe connection Impowod upon them by the S'outli, la wtahlag to make ?L?tri>ry a general and oori atifuttonnl institution. That the Htaien wbih ot*MtuM< ly pr<*ti ve the hi'Km.i of ulavery nhould bo in*..tors of their elavna ut hum* ta well aamigh, but let them not ven tare to carry thia avile In accordance with their own latoreat or pleasure, Into State* wlwn tho soil Ik free, no more than into the new Territories, which are common pr-v<'rty. Thia la what the North maintain* In IR20 a compact waa made, which wan railed the Mi* aouri compn ini-" It ordained thnt iilavory ubouUl not |*f* a certalu parallel. Why did tb? South break tliw e< npactt la tt not the South lteelf which baa been th? H^griMxir'' Did It But, be^ldea, cauae a law to be p*e??d in 1H60 afruinet fugitive alar***), whi< h U?,i Mured the Northern rowctemv* to revolt? t?n d<>ubtediy It appoera r<xht that propiity should b* averywhare reclaimed 'tad restored to It* owner, Rut etuce thta property l? banian fleah It I* to bo conceived that that'll not n of a free .State ahouM iwpertrwe aotn* repugnance in arreting the poor wretch for the purpoae of returning hUn to nUvery rnd the whip It ia for thia reaao* that In tnnny of the St i??m the nail tutU rj ft alavtw haa become almoar lmt?M?ible. The federal law of IViO waa Intended to hold the fr?* State* to amount and to puniah alave dealers with the aevereat penalties. It wae the* only that, in a aumbor of tha State* of the N?irth, the Liw* war" adojHed, tfte abo lltlc of which Mr BttnhAnan demand", and which were Intendad to nullify the article or the federal law* agalaat fugitive alave*. Some oven carried their oppoaiilon ao t?r aa to paea rigorou* Uwt, Ijrpoai** penalties agalnM every oitlar* who should aid the fNtral agent* In raptur ing a alave who ba1 b cmne free by having plac-4 hie [u.t ('li fi waoil Wo inne counted <ta ni.iuy ?j aine Hull* iu vtbKii Mi UuctiMua dfin inilit tits rtpMl of lb ? Uwa wlm u they h ? ve oppoMd to the eucroachiuoola of fciavery What art1 theft" Kt.-ilea to dof Will the North resign It self to a capitulation of ila couM-ieuce?to a aaurinceof its m il love?and l ubaUt in exuuuiga fur the mtiuleu toco 01 the confederation to all the . xi^-uoib* of tho iloulbf VII it accept the evanion propiated to it under the form ot remonstrance and wUo advice? According to Ur Uu rhai.tiii, that would be the only mean* of aavlug the I i.iou. Or will tin North, irrituted in Ita turn by the re.prouchi a of the 1'iiMiilcut. who throws on it the whola n s, onsibiiity of the criaU, persist iu Ita victory, witl allow ihe i-outb, which it ha* neither t*ire*tem<d nor provoked, to uct is it likea? This it what a no dia tant future will inform tut. For our part, our wahue are at lb.- same time for the Bafety of tho great Atuaric 1a republic and for the gradual diminution uf slavery. We I'ear, however, that the North will s?i In the Ute Ww"fi?e propositi' iin ?lleiwive to it, while the South will find tbeieau encouragement to It* project* of rupture. Mr. Buchanan would thus have failed In bia alt -mpt at pacification, hii i will have bequeathed to hia fellow ooun Irymcn only an Incoherent commentary on the oonatltu tiou of the republic. Would It not have been better If be bad referred to a tamnua letter of Wellington, dated iu April, 1786, and in which that Father of hia Country said;?"There in not a man living who desires more (sin cerely limn I to see a plan adopted for the abolition of slavery ; but there la but one suitable and eff-clual mode Of accomplishing that object?legislative authority." Court of Oyer and Terminer. before Hon. Judge Leonard. CHAKOB TO THK GRAND JURY.

Jajs,. g The Grand Jury, of which William L. Htewart ? im foreman, being swore, the Court aald that aa a public body they occupied a position of vast imjiortaiiee to the community for tho preservation of the poaee, happiness stid good order of the city. Amid all the venality which it waa lamentable to know bad crept into public bodies, It was well to know that the evil bad never crept ino the bos of the tirand Jury; and well It was so, for lamontablo indeed would it be, when It was to that body that the lives, liberties and private rights of the community were entrusted. The remark was not made at ibis time from any fear that the taint might enter, but siuiply bocaueo it bad beccmo notorious that it bad entered nomo other public bodies here oiid elsewhere. I'.y reference to the statuto it will bo found that you are not selected morely on uccoiini ot the pro|?rty you inaypossess, but because of your standing ui the community as men of good rojiort lor piobiiy aud integrity, and the Croud Jurors will bo this selected for all time, unless some change shall bo made in the law. You will set*, tberoforo, thai you ciyoy u position hot only of emiuent utility, but a highly honorable one. 'Iho publio good twist be your only aim, and you must not suiter yourselves to be actuated by any private motives from interest edpuilicb. CMie subject of great importance it Is ueoofl siiry to call your special at tout ion to at this time, aud that is the tact that the .Supreme Court and other courts in the city are Insufficiently accommodated lu tho public bullolMs with court rooms lor tho trousactiou of the public business. You may not be fully aw ire of tho number of court rooms necessary tor the vast amount of ti lab winch comes btfoie this Court aud its various branches. On the Circuit calendar therew. ro last year above 6 000 cases for beartug, tbftre ih now more tluo 8,too. there Is on the ticiierol ferm calendar about 400. On the .u|h cial Term ol' ixjuity causes to be tt iod before a single jutigo the number last y?ir w.m about 800 or 1,000, and these litigations involved propel ty amounting to millions of money. In a few days a public >tion will be made showing tho actual facts of this lucouveaioncu. I he; there is iho calenoar of the Special Term to tie hi aid, which often numbers 4oo or W>0 cas^a a month. It is usually held ui a small i ooui opposite, and every morn ing calls together about hfty members of tho bar. If you will look Into that room you will lind it crowded to suifo cntion?the air to foul, feted and impure that the lives of peuons having to transact buslnen tUcro, are constantly uui>6i tiled from this Tho Impor tance of this tribunal cannot be over oi l hinted by your, or any other public body. It Is, therefore, very urgently necessary that suitable rooms should bo pro vided. It Is now sK y oars since the old maiding in the 1'aik woe burnt down, and thM court was th-n accommo dated in tbts. Alter the removal of tho United <UK courts to their own building the rooms on this floor and oneon the next story wore arranged lor our occupation. l>uj ttig tbe l ist two weeks two rooms Irnve b -on with drawn from our use by a resolution of tho Common Conn ell and conferred ttjiou another court. It may appoar somewhat sing ular or surprising that auy other tribunal should be willing to occtipy the rooms takun from tlit* couit . but with that you havo nothing to do. It is the motives of the Common Council that you aro to inquire Into, and it is ditltcult to 6e? what public goo t they ln> tenuedt it ispcpwible you may impure into it and ascer tain. It h certainly within your powers to call witnesses before you'and apply some reuie ly for this \ ery serious grlitsuce, which threaten" to almost paralyze our ? business We Ittve been coinpoliod to adjourn one Circuit Court, and you all know that a delay of justice, in many cases, almost amounts to a denial thereof. I artly to remedy 1 no portion of this evil, tbo Legislature passed an act to enable the judges of this Court to call judges from other districts, no aa to enable this C-ourt to hold additional terni.i in this city, in order to c trry on this busim ss; but tor want of room we are at this term enable to avail ourselves of this uecusssry coutiugent for the transaction of the public business. In tho year 185i a law waa posted appointing three Commissioners, with |iower to expend $J&0.000 to build a court house. Two Commissioner* were appointed, but the third man was not concurred lu. 'Ihe two dllfcreii as to the location, and it is rioubtlul whether they could have gouo ou with Om> worlt fflMwul n third. In 11*19 I'm I^-glstitura piM Hl Miotiicr law which authoritted the I'-oard of Supervisors to raise $100,000 and to ercet a Court houso i 11 the J'ark, but for some reason or another the Common Council re fused their permi.-sion. It would cortainly be most con vcnlent nnd more u-ofnl to have it hero than e.s"wbere. Hero we are the publio recorils iu tho adjoining buil'Htigs; neur here nre tho rec ?r..s of the Comtnou Council, the records of judgment and reords of pri vate property. For tliesG and c.ther ap^irent reasons it would be more convenient for the bonrh and the bar to have a court houso in this l'ark, an 1 it would bo well for you to inquire whether any public body lias the power or the ri<ht to per form this duty, or whether any public body 1* willing to take tin resionsiblllty or assume the duty of providing this great publ'C necessity. It is "Mo for yon to toqnlre whether the Common Coimcil have the power to remove us, for It they have they can take this court room (Vom you sod turn you out; aud whether they have tbe pow.-r to ret .se a portion of the pubile groun I for tho rebuild isg of a court bouse, for the ino of the County, with tho money drawn tiom the taxpayers Whether built by tbe my or county th- money to ha lid must com alike out of the )ioeketr' oi the same taxpayer*, as the city is co iqual ?i>h the coiinty I11 extent The reetona for the re nu.Mil ot tl.e M'.preuie t ouri h V" not b ? u made public, and it is for you to inquire * helher or not the Co urn on Council were actuated t<y sny piivate motive or Hy any raus' wlneh you tuny nisapprovo. With tlioae remtrks the Cuuft will leuv* It to tlio Ur iu<l Jury to ascOrttui If any pr< ? ntmeitt can be n,ad> in relation to tins ev il and mcotivefciet c ?. 'Ibis is bet the only public nntter you can Inquire into. You ran present iho County jail or tho prison. It la yisir epini< n, the hall hoi' lb ' Inmate* is impaired by ihe builuing r'o of the paupers, the juve n le my lun.s or any otic 1 pn'dic Ins ttutlons, if, in your opinion, tlioy are not suitable for tb" inoi ilea for it Is yo T duly U examine and pr"S"til all tt.ese public mat ters. With a lew remarks on tb" usual tep.cs, thoCoui t dnmi-<-o<i tbe (irand Jurors to their duty*. CONVICTION FOK tlCKKT SVlKntlNO. ,hv /?,, if r? ItoiaH *W'?rr?TI' ? prisoner fn tU'< ? ?? rharg. i with o!>l:?irniK trotn tiarrct Vunder fjY-, fc t|N for it | ? ? >.c ticket from .Srv? Vork to l.ivor pod on board iliK hip lov un-i'>l??, he luving no logal r ii Ijf ' r n (r< in th'! ovri.i'i* k| th*lv<i?el na re H'li'i u i y ib- .\ . <?( Im'.o. tin- >f. u. ? ?? tliu m-Iov'T bid auih'.rit) l<? -??! .ui.i th>' tikot w.m g.'iiutuiv VnuVthpii-k, a i.vrmiai, U-atided lo tUv> fact of h.-ivin# p'lrri.uaed a 11 k l from tbo pr wlinb proved t-.ibe noMlneee Mi> r# Spriflbcd & Tileslon, proprietor* of tbo Patriotic l:nr ?.f ^li |w ^ ? .itch lln> Inviwilili- n ikv, it. pu? .1 ? h il It. v ilui not ki"w lb., p' -oner, and <M\*r .tulhoriz >1 turn tn ?tl In k. I" 1"'T ih InrinclMe or uny other of Ih ir Mi |# Mr I tii'Mi*n miit iliat Mr. 0?ll:ii- luil tin tn:inm;i>. nr til < f tin r w iiiiit Oipl;.t:i Kn i.rji h ? lit.' In ? 1i?.' meet of Hi-" ehl|><. To Ui? Judyo?< Kir Drm neve a-HhoriMd f'?pt?in Fr-wti or Mr Colin i? lo appoint ?nib .tgeiii*. (Ticket I prixtn?v?t > | ito not titink thi< lb-kid would entitle ft |wr??>D lo ? pa-nagc on injrW 'our ?iv-?ela Mr, Uow.\ for lb' dc'cuce, mora i f?r en ncqulH .1, on tbo groind that ibe prcoei inlon had not entrained the charge I hut Ibe prisoner w<t? noi in agciil of the ownora or I tie COualfaoea uf the luv tnotblo or th"> IVrMIC lion of vo* e|<. Th? Jti?lg? denied the motion. and bdil that there was fTt'nn facte <n uleoco to f > to the jury. Ibe jury found Ibe prlaoner guilty, and sentence was deferred. J?i. 10?In (kr matt* of Ittvtfc Srfrrr ,vmiri<imt yrt Unhftf vf til' H neiflh'ip?Mr. t'llotoli Mki-d ft* a muipen n <>r Mtii nre In Wit* r??e Tb< l?.?trtct Attorney op poeed ttie motion, wht. b vr? da nnwt. lb*- .I'Hljre m nl neinn tl>e primmer Mid tb?t the C>nrt *m loft ?'ib<.<it any dmrreiloo hy lb? ?i lule. an.t ?<.? trnwd tbo pil-on-r to tiro Ji?r? inijTI?.>i,iu><ui In S4n^' Mug. (niifk or ivr*xrnii>*. M.irgATet luster wm p'.^*?d upoo I t?t for the in'iriW |.f ber paw horn rbjd It mpp?m ih*t on the J4(h of Novetu' er laal the dead te?t? jf ?? niftu* waa found In Ibe rear Of lb* orenra<?< 41 toluteh?ll etreet. and ?<i<ip< Cion rell upon the priai?er ?? %a ??MimMiai of the prnnwa of Mar*-re? lawk r b-lrg mnU- e\ i.ia?ir?a wera found whieb U'ft mo <|miM aa to bar baviog Naa? re Cenlly rod An ad. The jury had not a*reed at a lata hour In the c?ae o< Margar-t law lor. rtiargod with tntaU clde, tbo Jury a^Tntttwil tbo pcw?H>?* CHAlMB or TNI rnUI IV WIHIII1 !^?rirr. Jan. 11,?T\r Pmi4i n. f ?!? 'wA IVnmt -TV artaon er tn thio raao atnod tadfe-led for %r- ? m the ftr-i d-?r~e, in wilfully netting flro to hi' t>g?r iv?r -<o?t at Mo ilj I>iv talon otreet. ow the ntghl <4 lite |<Ub of >"?* mlxf la at. Tbo teotlnaooy at ten by otlWra <.r?> aad t?ol and Vlre Marshal IVik r abowod that four J.-tmel aad separate Oroo wore klrwlled in Iba peenv-ao It waa fur ther <hoWD that Iba dofoodaat wao ut- u-4 mi hi* pro perty to more than double ito valno Tha Uatiding d.od wan at tbe time oornptod by no leao thaa nitric faai lie* Mr. Ilenry MorrW>? del>?dO<t Ibe |?rieaa. r Ha m*do a vory able addrana to Ibe jury limtrtrt AUoraoy Waterbury addraoo-d the lury cm the part of the roavbe Judge leonard pc-aented ibe farta aoi tbo law, aad Iba tart at f.wr ortook retired to doll borate na a oerdi. t At half pa>t ten o'ciorit ttv- jnry rend^od a verdiet of gutl'y. with a recommaiuUtto* to m. rry Tha prtaeBer wan reovaaded to prta.? for aent. noe t'Bltrd HtaUa Dlatrlot ittenMf'o tMBoo. < lit mi n or mrriNT. Jan. H--.Kimoo llorbert aad flfteon oiben <4 tbo rre% of tbe ablp Indiialry were handod ?ror lo tbo fedoral autborttioa hy the polico, and rominitial for ' laoiiaatiao oo a ohange nf autia/ aad rvro# at aaa THE CITY CHAMBERLAIN FIGHT. donuioa Pl??i Bprclnl Term. More H"o. Uf-nry Hilton. IN Till HATTRR Or TUB APPLIOATIOH OK VANIHL PKVLIN V8. "NATHAN 0. PL ATT?THK CITY CHA.H BKltLAIN CONTKiJT?MU. PI,ATT TO BK OOMMiTTKO TO JAIL, Hiitom, J?This proceeding boo bem Instituted before Die under 1 K. 8 , 124, 8. SO, 61, 62, 63, on hduif of IbtiileJ Ik'vltD, claiming to have been duly appoiatod sac ceasor of Nathan C. Hut, u Chamberlain of ilio city of Ki w York, to procure the delivery of the books and po peTK appertaining to the cfBoc, and which are in UU cus tody. Tbe sectious of the statutes referred to, provide: Tli-t whenever a person sha'l be removed from publto ofllce, or bta term tdull expire1, he wliall, on dotutnd, de liver r.ver to bta successor all the books and papers in his custody in any way appertaining to the ofllco, and in oase of neglect or refusal so to do, such successor may make application to any Justice of the Supreme Court, or first Judge of the county whore the person so re' fusing shall reside, who, upon being satisfied by proper proofs that say mch books or papers are withheld, a hull grant an order directing such pereon to show cams, within a tbort and reasonable timo, why he should not bo o >m pelieu to deliver tbe same. At th? tiiue appointed the officer must proceed to inquire into the oir'umstsnc when, If tbe person cliargod shall make oath tliat be has truly delivered over to his Hucc<ins?r all suoh bmlu and i papers, further proceedings shall tneuc. fr.,in cease. Hut ! it such oath la uot made, utid it apiMvirt that the book* anil papers are aulili.'lrt, tbe Judgu before whom the pro- ! ceodii^h are liad sliail. by warrant, commit the person ' ho withhold:tig to tho jail of the county, there to remain 1 until he delivers over such books and p .;>er*, or is other- j wis eulacharged according U'law Having, iip?aaatfleifnt j proof, gmnled the order to show cau e, at ih ? timit ap- ! poln'ed Hie parties appeared, and the counsel fur Mr. i I'latt produced a writ of cor flora/1 issued by tho Supreras Oouit in this dutilct, gran to I at a special tr.u threo", I held l>y Air. Justice Harnsrd, uu<l cUiaie-t thtt by virtue of the writ nil aurh powers were suspended ant fitajed, aitd th.s proc>?-ung was removed Into the Supreme Court. My answer to this wu*. that al though entertaining great reaped for ihe tribu nal iroin which tbe writ (manated, jet I did not r.m tndor it a* pressing tho power to arrest a priaeediug thus instituted before uie iu< a Jmlg" of tho Court of Cum mon Mens, prior to any 11. al del. mnn.lion being ma le of tho matter involved, 'liat If the writ had tho effect clMined, its oju ration would be to remove a siot-itory proceeding, inletiued to be stitnioary, lieiort a Jadg' sit. ting at Chambers, Into the Mupleme JOurt at a general term?a tribunal iKM*eh*iiig no |>owir whatever to eon tinuc or complete it, or to give i.ny relit f to an appde* tlon thus removed in it* incipient state On rcllt-cil m I see no reason to change the views thus expressed. There cannot, ot course, he a doubt an to t ie j?wor of tlio Su prune Court to review, by the common law writ of cer tiwiarl, the final adjudications and determination* of all ofl'.c- is Vigtod by the l>gi>.laturc with power i? decide ujion the pioperty ??r rfchis of any cit'i j>. wbo act m a fuinmHry maimer or In n new coarse a.Oeient from th it ill i< nmon law. Hut as its li g.'timal" oillre U to review ami correi t tLe di rlnlona and uete: nunatloiu of luie.ri>ir officers and tribunals, rtO'1 not to lnvett thoCxirt with tho right to exercise the powrs Ci'ls conferred by st.aute (?a ffnOinl I'llirt TB iuj'I tribunals, It men *.trtty f>/|.ows that it <lien not, l.ofore trial aid tin d dct -rmina fitn, dlrrct the infer or Juried let toe ui th ? right to det< inme tlio ]itoceding In^tituti'd before it, u <r dowt It wlilidrnw from It the que&tioo to b? tr'o.l. ,\n ;<nid In Lyde vs. N< Mo (liO Jolin , , ?' \\ hea thia c rtmrarl waa granted there h.d been no ord r, o."signra"tit or trl.U, the magistrate had performwl a nitnmt rUI act only; ho had lidminibtered an oath and iisu"d a smni'i'uif Hy allowing a certiorari the superior tribunal wi tildbeas sumiuK ao oitginal jurisdiction Inst ad ofajiorver tore -vie* and correct;" and in that case, Woodwoith, J ; tu d'-livering the opinion of the Court, remarked, "Ih.ive not mot with any ca?e wh'-re, iu a civil pr<scoding bo fore an iuioilor hiagistruiv wuo has expren> jurist]icttou by f4&tute, a certi rari his b.' u bold to lie to remove the i:sue, or question to ba tned, by the m igiairata to tl'OSupreme Court;" and, Indeed, be might havoad i-d, I hat uccoriliup to the eholecurrcn'. of aulhiriti'w from ilw earliest times to tho preacnt, the common law writ of certiorari never bos bel'ote judgin' iit. Thus it Is sUled In Bacn's Abr. (title certiorari, 6fl0/ that it is a good i b Jectlen ogainat granting tho writ that. Is* <o ia join-d and vmire uwlirdvd lor trial la the o?urt below In Hex vs. Nicalla (Grange, 1^28), it n.ia held Hint a verdict could not be r< moved by c rtlora/1 from the Sessions before ju Igment. (See alsoOuuyna' I>ig. title, eertioia/i.) And in Haim*i vs. Backus (4 W?ud.' 213) the late Supreme Court hold to thia view lu a case In' al rcspccle analogous to the pr nont. There profvodiu js undtj the (statute relative to fyicitile entry and liotaluer' wro institut<?l before a county Judge, who, upon ooui- I plaint made, liad Issued a precept to Inquire into the matters In ques ion The parties spp"ared, but previo<ia to tho jury being callcd a certioiurl removing the pro ceding into the Sfipreme Court was served up.m the Judgo, who thereu)ioii su-ipended froceedlngs and made r? turn to tho writ. Vu motion to quash, *he Court, pur I lavage, Chief .lustice, held "that the certiorari was elnar iy pi > mature until Inquisition found there was noiuing to remove. The Inquisition could not be found by the Court, but cotifd be obtained only In the methM preeci ibed by the Btatute." (Sec. 2 R. H.. 610.) Many other cases might be cited, but It seems uoneoes sary. They all tend,, to r??<ignise the writ us performing the aatne ofllco to luferior tribunjUa or juris Uietiou tluit m writ of enor formerly did to Inferior court* of r> <ord; und that iu Its otlle.- of removing tiiuU adj.i li ca'lons for revision, it possess** ill tbe chara -I'vi.-tics of a writ of error. (Stune vs. Mayor of New York, 25 Wend lfi7 ll.?-?wcssl is. JlilliMrr, JYstt J., 2, Sokden, 312. Birdeail vs. rhiUipa, 17 Wend, 488, aud cases cite! ) Hut a conclusive OLSwer to the right chimed by the Hu prime (Vurt in respect to proceeding I? to be found in ch.'ipb-r .'12. I-'.ws 1N+J, page 30, which declares that no writ of habeas corpus, or certiorari, ahsil be allowed, whereof any cntiso or proce-ding mav bo removed beforo a final judgment in such cause, or beVoro a i.nxl docl-i n in buch jTooeednig, from the tfourt of Common He?s into the Supremo Court, cxcept that tranalt'.ry action* m*y bo removed whore a trial ought to bo had elsewhere than I t the city of Now York Tin* statuto became, as 1 have Already shown, only declaratory of the existing law, but intendid e\idently to place the qu<>fliion b 'voad dispute. i'n the argument, counsel foe Mr. i'latt in; ist<"?l that it related only "to proceedings in cx>urt, but when it is borne in mind that at tho time this I iv% *01. enacted the Court of Common Ploa-i existed only as a court of common law jurisdict'on, p<* uo equity powets whatever, aial th. refore no right to ens*r tain any st>e< u?! proceodlngi as a court, while on tho other I hand the Judges were Invested with almost iuu'iuj.<r ?Bl<? p iwers Iu spccial statutoiy proocecings. It fo luws l think, na an irresistible con l ision, that too lur tohar? atiy ifloct whatever must havB.the iuterpi elation, thit it relates to ail such pn c*?il>u^s as by statute were autho rizi it to be Instituted bt loie any Judge of thet'omtuoe J'*'"*? <>e" *,c'-> 2 It 8. .1*9. m. 2, It, 10 ) Bol.evmg for the nafors ?tate?l the wilt thus served upou ma, ut> wb.cb it seen ? was pr<curod ex )?irte, an f upon that gtoohd irregular (Kc Monroe vs. Walker, C t'owen, 3t?7i, ai d might b'' tr< uted as a n.iUlty (^hotweii vs. Iihiiiku, 8 .lobD, 340 t<rabiims' I'rac, 659), wag not oal" >murovl <l.i.t.v isstifd. but nn."?tbon/.cd by law. I conclu ied to* <ii regard It, and dir. Cte-l tiie proceeding befino ins to c<"'tiriae v. be. uui? u it was fuitbef K.nieude.1 on bahah el Mr. i latt, that as 1 w*s not the Uist Judgoof Um <\>urt Of c. mus.11 I leus, or of til. county I wum not po^acMed o| an> power or juris..icliet, iu the pc. mises. iU* oI.m, ,iwi. it - pr. per to W4> w K,, accompauled by a reier.uie to at j statutes bearing upon tl?. p..lntH; therefore fur the information ol the counsel 1 will briefly tuler tothoau tln rlins ntdcr which < acli Judge of the court is Invested with all the powers of Hie lirgt Judge of this county, a ad can net as such iu any stnlatory p oo cling whu-n may be ilirtituled t-efore such au i.flicer. I beiteve H will he coot, ed that the present D tirt of C uitnon l ioi may date its oiigjn beyond thnt of any nidic. I tri'.nual In tl.i i* Hutf. !>* >:iujiitig uiidvj ihc ruU' oi Govern?** sant in II:jo, it wa. known as the Court of burgomasters and schepens. (*o? bMory of the Court, by Judge Daly, 1 . . I' i-mith, It., XXIV); Hith see oral cli'ing.^*, m -r^ pin tlcniarlj ns|?ccfitg Its juris ilction; it oontiuu?<l until th ? 1 u|. h formally Surrendered the colony oi New Neth erl tid to the Ixgliah; when n 1B74 it was convened us tt.e Mayor s l ourt, n?d thus, though not witho it nnm ailerai i"is m lf? p avers, Ac . if remained down to IHii (p -. 1- wp p. (M). when it was < hanged to that of "t|l9 "'?ft ?f <'?mmn rieas or Couufy Court of th" city and county of New York." an I a first Ju |gr authorized to ho uppointed to preside in it In 1*34 nn ii-aociate Juilge was added fs.e Mw*. cb IHi), nnd In !??<? (g.-e Uws, ch 1IH? another, rnih poas.^ing, however, all the pow>rs ant^ luriwik.ilors i f the flr?i Judge in nay suitor proo isdlng i ho ctiii't Hut ion of 1S40 (An. 6 jf In ri*oi^*ini^;iuir th** iu<)i r*al |H.uor of Male, did not interfe re with the court thus constituted, but, on lie l ontrsrv, by Art. 14, sec 12, expressly declared that It should remain with Its then |*>w is aid jurisdiction* until otherwise dtr>-ct*d by the 1 eg Islet ur?, end tb? .'u.inen th<r?*>f should continue Hi office i.nttl the ex) Iratii n of their terms or until the I^v. glslstnre should otherwise direct. In 1947 tsee laws, p *.7?) tbe Liwisletnre pr< \ i.U-d for the election of three Judges of tbe court, who were to elect one of their num ber to b" tlv first .lodge, ana declared Ik it the Judges so < le? tod should hse e and possess th ? same powers atul per form tb * same duties that the first and aaststanf .lu ig ~s thi n poseeoaed, had and performe?l lAnguage so plain "" Ihl" wiaikl no| Mm 4?> mod a Judicial intnrpmtatton, jet It was copstrurd by the Coerl of Appeals, In Renard v iiarx'eins. Jl hernsn. 2A0, to oontinue in the present Ju'g?. tu t only all the powers sort Jurisdiction* formerly !??? H by tbe <'ourI of ftommon Pleas or Ouiity iirmrt sad by tbe nrst and seeociate Judge* thereof, hut ale., tbe power of hupretne Court Uimmisslmor, which the Judg.e theretof.^e poseesriod rirtMr officio rhU would s.*m, ss it iloubtleeK is. salBcient to justify me in enter laming Jurlsdlctloo of tbe present proceed ing but I may go still far liter By the Judiciary aol of t*47 <se? law., p. .130. e^c M), tfx> County tVurU In the ?evoral i < 'inlaw of this ^te, except iu this city, were ersantsed with all Hie powers of the former Courts of (^raise<? I'lrws, and the County Judge was invawte.l with al) the pi wars and dulten and jurtediction of the former /ndgis such rnurte. The code of procedure in 1444 sowrehni limited Ihne power* of the Cmuity Court, but c? ntlaued tbass reNpecttng all slatut/nr prnceedlng>< like the |??-ii Then, and ae It would seem further to niscs Ike 1-erem and jnrledictioa of this court and its Judges ^lm Uw" cly|P 1W> ? >*w was d.eur wg that the prudent Oonrt of Obeimoa pleas riad iw*k and JurudktS n to -xerclae in tins city and e?unty aU lb. power* and mrmdlcf l.*? then or therenfler to be conferred ..poo or vested to th- Connie Conrts In Uwir <Miaf?es. and abo the powers and jurisdtciion which wwe mveeted ? the Owirt of Common lleas prior to the eMctmant of the rode of proeadnre la HM?-aU this be XB aedition to the pew.<rs ooofi.rred upon us hy the (??"" ?e?tng ua a coert of caneral J<u?llc '? ?? ?" a? isaa aud proceedlags. w'i ther of ^ ar a^aity, wtthm the ^wty of N-w York. I lav tag Aw ihsee rraeons l.l??nel that 1 possessed tbe C- "?f*rrail by the statute upnn the Bret judge of e??eif, in ra?p?t to procaodings of this natare/l dl ?h* frewet rasinnfty to nroe^ed before me. C swsel for Mr natf the* priw>n?ed his affidavit denying that he had bean tagally raMoved from the office of Chsm berts?, or thai Mr flevtta had been legally appointed bes ?aceesaor to imposition to this, a record of the pro ceedingg ef the Bkard at Aldermen upon the removal of Mi 1*latl wui prodeoed, duly ce-'.i'.iod by the Clerk of the (I'Bimui Council (l2?* of lR'VJ, chap. 15H, boo. IV, slowing that during the J" ar 1H60, AMerm?n William J. l*rck ? at> the Preeii.???.t of the II i?H of AUertn<>u Tiial on December 24 thu h-id Peck, b.'ing t'l-.-n acting Mayor thedif, removed Mr. Plait from (ti<< otliu > of cham berlain for eertaiu can* 6 alleged, ?nd asked the BomM. to whom he a Idienecd a wi ill- n c ?aituunication on the t>ubj ot, to c<xtcur to itch removal. It appear* that the Hoard of Aldermen cat cjrr< d, and therefore u mtwaage km rweived from the acting Mayor, Mr. l'ack, no n mat ing VuDtfl 1*1 Ho to such oflii-o, and 111" Hoard ooo bcnted theieto. u wan further shown to in/ fraliafacMnti (bat on the 21st day of lx*o m ber, lbto, bim IVrn.indo Wood, tho els-ted Mayor, left the city and State of Now Vorfc, mid (lid not retui u till be Yhh of the month, during aa wbn h time Mr P< ck atn ndisi at the Mayor's oikc; and acleit afc the Mayor of the city, and that during tliu HM hoionctedMr Wood wis not present at thi? ollici'. ttp preed U> the appointment thus made, Mr. Piatt allegee that tlie Mavor has ausi>eed?d Mr. Devlin from the otlue of < 1>amt>ei lain. Assuming ibit the proof and e'a m oe bclmli of Mr. Ifevlin is sutltciently denied by Mr Piatt, ?t becomes ueaeecai y for me to look into the charter of the el'y for the purposo of rtoterm'ning whether the ?eien?5 and appointment tbas mad* l? in conformity with lt? prt> visions. (!-ee I uwh ib5T, 874.) Hy section IT it is de clared that whenever there shall be a vacancy ia the olllee of Mayor, or whenever the Mayor shall be aheeafc fiom the city, or be pi everted bv sickness or an j other cause from attending to the dittos of his oflloe, or shaft be removed, as in tbo oha>tcr provided, the l.'ro?ld<at of the Hoard or Aldi rmon shall act as Mayor, and shall poe sees all the rights und powers of the Mayor during tkt continuance of such vacancy, absence or dlBakt* i ty. taction '?L provide* for a department ta the oity government denominated the Depart ment r.t Finance, Ore cbtef officer of which shall b* ailed the Comptroller of the city of Now York. In thle department there shall he a bureau for tbe reception and laying out of moneys belonging to the city, the chief < fllrer of which bureau Id called tbe ChAmberlain of the city of New Yoik, who is required to keep certain books of account. This ofl;cer, by scotion twenty-one, Is re quired to be appointed by the M vor, with the consent of tin- board of Alderman, and ma; be removed In the same tenner with tbe head of departments. 1}ie power of re moval is, by the fame action, given In these worda:? "Tl>e Mayor chall have power to suspond for cause during any renew, of the Common Council, and by and with the rowrDt of th-' Hoard of Aldermen, to remove any of 'he hcids of department*, except tho Comptroller and :.ha Connect to tbe Corporation, which suspension and the cave tin roof shall be uimmunicaied to the Oomnte Council, if it setmion, and If not, then at th<' tlrst me >t ing thereof. Ihe Board of.Ahlermen|Bhall have powtr, vtithont the consent of tho Mayor, by a vo e of iw>thl da of all the meoihers elected, to r' tuovo .tny of the beads of ri"i*H tmcnt fur cause, other than the Compitillcr tuid the Counsel to the Corpera tion." It ?eon>a to mb ih>u piuvi" ?e plam and unambiguous require i>o c intueni ?r t-XDla natirn. In thoal>M uce 01 th. Mayor, ihc : it .-nicit of the Hoard of AJdoinu n bi comes lit) or in fa;t for iny pur pose. and etui csc-rcise all hie powers, bo way, with tbe ronsci.t of the lk?rd of Ai terim n, romovo tho Chamber Unn and ?pp>di't anotho m his p) <ce but ?? this oflloer % on'y chief of a bureau In a departmnut v Uich tho Conap troller its hi J, there is no p ,wi r o.'8> sjxttixiou Counected with him, that power being conllui-.' to tho heai'i or de partments. The i onolusloii is thus forced upon my mind, urtco' inp tuicl l>y any <loubt whatever, thai under tha rfri i'inau.uces dboloiMd, Mr. Thtt has beuu leg-illy re moved from the oflloe of Chumborlain, and Mr. iv<vlln baa heen i.uly a) jxiii led his succemor, and, as such, is enti tled to Ir'ivc delivered to his custody all the books aad parent In the fx n.?ert ion of Mr. I latt .tppertiiining to tbe illife. (The people vs. Stevens, 5 Hill, 626.) I must, therefore, declare tluit it has been ma 'e to .tpponr to ma that such books and pipers are witliheld by Mr. Piatt from Mr. Devlin; and unoer the provisions of the st? tut^ respecting proceedings of this action (section 53), I em woi'Sirained'o issue a warrant committing Mr. Hut to the County Jail, there to remitiu until he hball deliver up such bookii and papers, or be otherwise discharged accord irg to law. It wui understood that an apvlicntlon would be made to the .Supreme Court for a writ of lribnas corpus and a ceittorori to bring tho matter before that tribunal. fenprrme Court?Special Term. lieforo Hon. Judge Sutherland. J A*. 10Howard P. Chirk vt. Ihiniel Oattaghet.? Motion to diwnlve Injunction denied, wltU (10 costs, te ?bide tho event of action. John A. Luring nt. tkt Unitei Stat ; Pul rtuited Pertka BtUxng ami I'acJrtn/i , rl al.?Motion te reeettle decree, *c., denie>i withuut c-mts. Before Hon. Judge Pxtrnard. (Tutrix K lUnyham n?. Alfred IHibrrncamd olhert? tlrn denied. A?r I'M* M?'u"l /n*nrunce ComfKtny vt. John ^ocK ran ? lteforrcu back to saino referee to take proof as te the dwpc?itton of the Ibiity fourth street pioi>ert/, or the pi< ctuda thereof. VnMed bUlw DlitrIM Court. Before Hon. Judge lletU). TUB SI.AVE THAPK IS NKW T0B?. Jjt5. 10.?Mr. .lane s bucli.tuan H>?ry, Assistant Dm trkt Attorney, entored an order of condemnation conOa rating the baik Oora. Our readers will remember thai tho Coi a was seized ofl' Uin Corgo river by 'he Constella tion, with about seven hundred slaves on hoard. The captain mid crow will soon bo brought to trial The AHegml Moore f.". 0^nce0.--iho tesi'mony la this i1l e iv.t- curiipleU il this morning and th ' m ittor sub mit led lo tie- JiidgM, who reserved his decision. Before Hoe. Judge Mnalley. C1IAKI1K CP Ml TINT. The crew of tho ship 8 tag hound, r gently brought home ia (be Hussar, c.haiged with mutiny in the ru?d ftesd of Angrovls, were I' dieted by ihe Grand Jury. On being arrstgned thry phvaded cot guilty. Mujii t inr ( unrlaChaiDlirn. Hai "re linn. Judge I'-aruAid. J Ay. # ?H'+ry IVU1<11 rt. J'w id Jordinc ?Attochmtat grunt'.1, with 110 cmU. Unfit* ?/ IV Ji-nt'/or H~nU?r If. frtu.y rt al ?Tba pa pen: do n< t mfl.c.'tllv ?li<i\v ?'?? minor ot the trust. At'ittrr Of I'tUfivU Of Hut* < t 1I. Sti utUm.?A|ipl)Ootli)B dt nwd. A'rn ham O. Jnminan >< uf. i*. Jvkm T Cvftpcttf?Tho piaitiun !uu*t }>r ***.<! lUnli-r iito atUicliUQfiit, in o? dor to obtain thi> money. Hirn- hy t. //. /?<*??.?Order to bai>ntar cU poi mull' g dcfendaLt to ui .wer, and tlir influeK to ba raft* red U> a referi-a, Kc Kaill ui lain abort bo tiro of trial. Jin'^nici t and ;rvy , If any, to aa aa curiiy, and <o ComlHton d?t'e? lint pay to plalctifl d attimt j $10 ocatd, an 1 du-bui m< n't, of muring judf ? meat. ('Amnion Pltan-In fbambrn. P^foro III n. Judge Hilton. thk riBi'tTKir cii*MPmLAixsuir. 10.?Tii tbr nifitt?<r <>t die City CUannwrlalnwhip ? motion *M n.o? by lh? Cotporn t ion t'ourwl to rimpal Ml'. c 1'bti to m?ke ovnr to Mr l*n!<-1 TSVlla, the lately apicikUd ( i'y Chmiibi rL.ji, all llit booitaandothar j roperty bi'lunging to thai idtca now In bit (mm Ion. A miitn n wna mwl*' by ex Judfe Whiting. on the p*rt Of Mr riait, for a i?#l|>i.n? nii ill in <*i|er to allord tima to put in MtlV'ovitg. 1Tiu< iu< t| u wa* overrule \ nod the ( nrfxiri<tun Oa.iih'1, with wIn in wim a-^it la' >d Mr. Joha K. lieviin proceeded to ?u lb-- grown)* u|??i which tlie Min in.u) pr mixhIiukh i?icd ini wore bana l. .A certiorari ?iu iiI?mi srnmt d fri in 11*' Pi p<. t eOairt to ri-moTu the pi<c. li to tbj.t Court, on iL kmmiiiI Unit a Judge of ibe r?n.nn'n PIpw had in t Jiirl"llcli'<u tn the mutton. A lengthened dbWiraion anaued between** Judge limo ,-ou and Mr. Van WitikJo on tty i|ur?.iton of JtirImil^tkflL 11n-Court took iLa p..pora tinliiM niil ii-drnawn. Commaa Plra?-*pfrtal Trim. Hrior* Hon Jndea Hilton. J\> ? ? 0'<aH?hiin Jlmtt' rt ?l.?"i?e ?o aartr* nni< i.d<-d (xtnpiau t grantrd on |?i?nieiit of $lu cucta. lr .n\ v ? - "!<on judgment tckau by diiiamt it* iih*', wiMi $10 rv*'a. /n if Aothan J*. ,i?o????.?pi?li< ati- a dtrmlaa d. yW/cfiii* A'w/er?Voilmi to UtaUijutt- ord< r of vt?i granted, with *10 r<?ia. Ifaltry m. ? iudj.nifnt rar^d and canae r* ator?d to the ulendar on |m)m<ntw IlirowtatoUi OttOftlfT. t\>hinfi rt. Cimilin -b aw to *er*a a f a?a within ? r da>n < n | \nu tit o. fin ? ?ta. )lbit If)/ '?*. Isrrf?Ui?e ai uled.'-ihrin r?. lln* i.?Motion for attn^hment an rmelvar deak-d, wlih flOroau t> b<> deducted from Ik JtidKini nt Mnrro|*t?a Canrt. Before I/lward C. ffurt, Hurrogat*. WILL Of MKfl. ILtmCMtK. Ttie rroaa examination of Mr.. llalWm. ona of the attwt Ing wltnees<* In the caae, wan conttnuod yeeterday d'tr lug the whok* day. The evldeoca, howe?ar, llinraflf amonnted to nothinx, and only mrnvd to *trength<? tk caae of the proponeut. Thia wltn?-aa baa been m tk atand now for alx day a, and hi* leatunony wearim erarf una but thr ooat?et.ihu tonnael. WILI. OF KLIX.lllKTM A. BKOITNf. This will haa bivn admltL'd to probate Th" Millie ord< ra ber debta to I>e paid, then, tliat $40 he giran ?? the K<'man Catholic orphan Aav lam of ibe city of New Yoik, and Anally that tha balance of her ratals b? dla tributed among bar relatlTra. The willa of .laooh Clark, Michael ?.l<w?aon, and Agnm Claik have alao baan ndmlited to probate Tba aggragal* amount of property dietributad br all theee t><?tamaau li tqual to aome >00.000. but with tba exoapthm of lfe? aauiU rum alreadv mentioned, it ia all baqueathed to Ha relations of the decvaaoO. Thr Kamaaa Uflalatan. Latrwrwnarw, Tan VO MM. Ibe KaaaM Territorial I/?f lalature oiK^ni/ed on the Ttfi I I^aompton, electing republican oOicera, and on the Mk . djoui ned to Iawrenoe MNtlaf of the Indiana Ltflalaltw?? Clw.vnati, .'an. 10, 1941. The I/eglalatnre met at ten o'clock thia morning. Ik* Houae eleatad Mr C. M. Allea Speaker, Mr. J W. Oar* doo Prlnoipol Clerk, Mr. A. P. Nowkirk Awiataat CUrk> Ik* Heaata elected Ron. John K Crarena Prvsidant, Mr. Jaa. l.rner rrinclpal Clerk. The Ooreraor'a me^aagc win be dellrerod to morrow Ikacklai Mardrr In ClMlaattl, Oxonrv.n, Jan. 10, WW. Two poMaemen. named rtalborne !/>nf and Oanial Ml Ian, were aubbed laat night in a houaa of tll-fOata ata Mama atreet, op|maita (Mno ."treat, by two mac- naaaaf li>wry. Long dtad tbta rooming, and lUlUra la la a art tieal oc?4JUaa.