Newspaper of The New York Herald, February 22, 1861, Page 5

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated February 22, 1861 Page 5
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to hla former p?? lllon u constructing eogi ?*er of the waterworks, and lieutenant liorloa, Mm occupying that position, baa beeu ord?r?4 to the ootauumd of Tortugas. < aptaio Meige a?j? he baa col looted in the fort all the c*unon be could find io the fcrtillcatious on tho Inland of Turtugaa, and when thorough!; supplied with provuioBa and men, ad the place will be in a abort time, he would defy tbe combined pewtf 8 of t rance aad Kngland to take it. AjTonmowTH Qwnum. Ii executive session of the hentte to-day a number of promotion* in tbe army and navy, to UU vacancies oooa Mionad by resignations, w?re confirmed. the appoint, meat of Judga Klblack, member of tbe House from In diaaa, aa Chief Justice of th-Amied States Court in N'e braska, wu confirmed, A motion was made to take up the nomination* of Judged Black and 1'etUt, and was defeated by four majority. Mr. I Jit ham, of California, voted against It. It is said that Mr. ftwln la in favor or confirming Black, notwith standing the latter'a dceialou io the California I .and case. Major Ceorge B. Ball, of New York, wa? to day con tinned aa Conaul to Gaaymas ru>; okhuon mu w>.-iu."* wut niofl'. Tbe Bouse to day did a gool thing by reducing tbe al leged Oregon war debt from live to two millions of dol lars, and without voting upon tbe main question ad journed over to the 22d, Saturday. This bill would wear a better face if Uiere wore a leas number of Washington brokers and speculators in It. If It passes flMgresa will have to provide means to m? et tho dom jul. 112K OVUtLAMi MAO. hKRViOB. There is an effort being nude, by a corrupt lobby, to smuggle throughCongress an amendment to thol\wtrowte bill, for a daily overland mail to California, at a sum not exceeding eight hundred thousand dollar*. Tiii.s rust route bill is loaded down with amendments, which will increase tbe expenditures of the departmont several mil lions of dollars. It comes up before tho Senate in a day or two, and should be thoroughly ventilated: 1HIS INAU'lCKATlO*. An extensive platform ia being constructed tipou the '^ast front of the Capitol, for the delivering of tho inau gural addre.-s by Mr. Lincoln on tho 4th ult. The Inaugu ration ball promises to be a splendid ailair KIRK AT THi: WAK UK."ARTMKSIT. Between nine und ten o'clock this morning a window iwnlug at the War Department caught Are from sparks from Uie c ltlmney. On tho messenger hoisting the win dow to suppress tho flames thoy were blown into the Sec retary's room, scorching the pipers on tho table. Tho early discovery of the fire was fort mate, cmsidurlng ihe building is not nrepioof. The Secretary, who early en ters upon his business, wa.i present and tlio ilrst to give the alarm. J- The Navy Ix-partment has acc< pted tL> resignation of <!apt. Tat noil, of Georgia. The public departments will be closod tj njorro*-, aud there will be a parad- of the federal anil local military in honor of Washington's birthday. iMl'OJM ANT REPOUr OF T/IE SEOKKi'ARV OF TIIK TURA8URY". Wawiisgton, Fob. 21, 1801. 'Hie report Bent to the Houso to .lay by Secretary Dix, ^n answe: to Mr Sl' klcs'resolution, will attract tho at t?ntiou of the country to the various movements of tho ?ecedlng SUt. g to approbate tho revenue and property or the government. it embraces 1 iiwt?The impediment.-' u> commerce by c>u trol of the ports of Mobile, Chvleaton, reusaooU and New Ork-ana. &xx>*d?The control of commerce of tho Mitdesippi Valley by requiring the dut.n on all goods, entered at New Orlfanafor delivery rit K Louis, Nashville, I,m|?. vllle and Cincinnati to b<?>ud to the State of I/j iiHlan*. TmiU)?The scixure by I?uislam. of all Uilted Sulcs money*, as wed ns thone of private depositors in th Aluit and Suh-Trcasury at New <trleuns and othor pUcoe. Foe mi*?lhe seizure of revenue cuttcn, by arrange ment between their commander* an.l the collector.* of Mo'oile, New Orleans and Charleston. Ki>th ihe expulsion of the Molt and invalid :*tienWtt the United States Hospital %i New Orleans, in order to provido accommodations for loulslana troops. Annexed is the correspondence: Mil. .?<?>?? TO S: ROTARY 1)1*. 1. , Wa.-hxumii. Feb. 1 o lstil Hon. Joiix a. Dix, Shcret.iky ok rrtt. ttauw Rv:? In accordance with your Instructions of the tdtu " ..dlfwtmg me to ret>a:r t . New Orleana und Monde for the purple of aecu.ltg to tlio United tHaies the revo v'v'lht f' , w'rt ^^'fand n'i1 It win Cuss, I loit Washington In the next mail train for those ciih? resncc tively. Owing to numerous derangements on the red rood*, produced b, lanclslid. 8 covering ttie tracv , 1 did not reach hew Ortoats until Saturday, the 2?th of January 2r *' b"WrvPr>1,1 advai <? of the mail. tfttoposiriir ? course, that the McClelland waa on her station at the mouth of theMiaawlppl .Uer, or at theTa ! of Z passes, I made arrangetnc tit-, on the ncxr ,iav wjtil captain of a tugboat which w? to lenve New o, l Monday evening, to lake m.< down the river and ,.| ,ce T^T1# i i6 tuUer* ***? tl|n" appointed tor tier 2EStVhlle 0U th0 ?<"' "W lo loin Z ?hi Ti mulh ?qtODI--he?t to learn that th*i cutter had juat anch .rod luira. Si*toly b-low tho ??y". J ?. Jj hlrt,<J " aal boarded her IT r i ,k inquiring for Captain tin hwool. I was informed that ho had go&e ashore. A boat was d?s patclied, with an officer, to had him if pwsiWe.aiid about .? rel"rn,,<J oa >'*rd- ?exhibited to h.m my i ?? 7? '"^d h "> your loitor, placing Ion and his veaari under my ord, i>, an I direct* l him to eft ander we gtmini proceed to ???. He declined doii/ ? > 'Mo {|ourj'?"<? both his officers united witu the captain m his objection*. No puaitivedh i 'l,c,X but .,u evident r-mcunco l"J at that time. The n-xt morutin i was Introduced to V. h. Hatch, Csq., of Customs b/ teotain IJre?h\v<a>d. Th-se gfi.t " lUi I vi . 'n,"rv,0Wf- RD,I I WIS KOOQ e-?nvlured th t be '"'" l "U to aw iat iu get thJL^H .kF Tif c oi ^?'n?Un I bt.f I iU(l not hen know the full ex e?t of his aclon >n the promises then ban-led taptain Brc?touood the follow ii,^ k>tter - . Fin?Von ai-e lierehr dlrec'ed'T'g.-Vtllo ("niiai^lM' Yr\ nue cutter MeCIellao i, now lvln?Vrv, und. ra ? L^m. <ii' . i l 7,' Pr,"'r, d ?lih her to >?>? York, wh?rev..u^ the fi.rthrr iii-trtictl(.t<* ,t r ^,,4,, ?Vh" f?L ?r. uiLr^f*.V ''T"y l,"" 'ke th-' ".der you are rel. rr '*? b.rur;^l%t t cry reejpreUully, _ , ?# HKitl'lIILla JON'KS, Rniv m um I?i i" J. (I. BuMstuiii). ooiunuuidiu.- 1 ill i % . ? s rerenup cutt? r (lobt. klcl It-Uaiid. 1 ?"aus ??? held between Cnptaill Bro#lj wood and toll** tor Hal. h, aud finally I iecoi\cd i> en On former the follow leg reply _ a n ",0 C. 8. Ki.mxvk Ci iti:r Rorhkt *, Cu ir*\o t *w?r& ^ol>wj,f,|co of htoo^n V0liti.?p I w.titM ujv n tho Col _"etor at the Custom Houee. mi l ua<l with hi n f n i ?t it Mr llitrh admitted to iuo th it iif u ui ...I lh <utler to te brouaht to in,, ni. lrf S^-TtL T 11,0 order of his own "a.rd .h^vmVl m ,h' T?*' % "" TiTe^ sPJbK 5Ut<> "f 1 11^V a . h**' 001 olll}' " 1 "vcd?j, but til ? r,n,n >fu ir" l",t1.mi4,IIJK *- much l Mr. llateri, be < x MiseJ hltMitf ou tl? tnu l(i th?*em-,.|., ions ail "r- Hatch likewtoo informed in? that th.i oiiienra of the cutter ha<l long piiuv d< termlned lo tband >n <>>?? r allegiance to the United dtatea, and cM: r,.,r fortunes m ih the iiMtepcn lent rmta of l.iuieion in r.';,";;1 ??? <"rr,,?,,s ,Jnkf ?, H\a 32 wuZXZZSE!!??1?1* u',uln wheiher rou tf?alder yourwir at ihla^i!^ ,0" ^e aerriee or the L'nuH guio*. 'v.rv 'r ,hr To Can. W ivrz SSK aasRir\zy.r of the Oiilirt >r bringing her to Newt^. an^ ri d/ Sinai w., |4aeed In the ^Ww ing is a coy. And hore li may be proper to obXve thlr he order i-, written and Mgn?d by Uie Collector him., it _ Cc<To* Iforsa, Krw Ont a: * i . ? . vOUKfTOK m Orri(>. .Imii 1". ihai '? .v' ^ u Tho . ff>rt of thie order rear reaCUy b,< forv-i . i br y.nt ' - a tha Te.H.1 waViee zrxuris k?''' rm"n(' N?w olVa^a k "** fr*,nl lb" Wh.U- lying at n,JL**on h^weTer, and anv hoelll? p.wer la evretHy tw? mile* below, t u evident tit t ,in? vea *!r?^nZ r,:'h Kt ?< V',1. ^r,r. Vlx>u' mra^s now0' ,1ow" river, Hie f?U?le full^a ?nr?,? 140,1 b h" n f,,r tfs in artrfe.T.-'S!:.1?F?r,zp:r arrangenients to n< ^" (ka ??i ""?I'1" hrr to tea, la eoatlogenpy lo the eontr.,,, rn!Ii,, , h *?yr?. Z her er g. t her below the foruncMkU As U I' . h ^ ?rer, Hop t?a? impr-M hl ? ftm Uv In tK^Iil ' l*; f'om the -ho,a. 1 dlst .nr.. wr?,t, mfilT 4 k the fonr. a lib a tekgraehu line in werkliig orJa/I^m" m alcetin, dirertly betwea? tho eU} rui l ^ ? m I wii NbMx)untM/ Informed by the comaMdsr of tort M HUlip be ? ?? <k>IMM| ?? blow her oat of the wtur rather than lot U? Ma0toMaii4 p? to iwl I ?u therefore under the necessity of witnessing the traasTsr of (bin One tmmI, ber Mom mad inatneal te the sute o' Innisnna, and report to you that she Is do longer la the I'mtod Males rw enoe mtter eerrioe. liar officers and men have likewise taken u* oath of allef lance to ttw Pu.te. and have received and accepted c< xauthakms tn her service. ltheo, in further pursuance of y o?r dlrectkxi*. proeeednd to the port of Mobile to look ifter the cutler I*u la Gun, national in thai harbor. I found her at anchor opposite the city, within about one hiindrod rards of me wharves, and a|>p'ir ntly deserted On going to the Can turn Houae 1 fell la with Lieut. La urn nee, and subsequently fouod Lieutenant* Rogers and Shot-maker. 1 waa Informed bjr them that Uiptaln Morrison had received your orders for him to repair to Cah-catou, but that ho had refiue<1 to obey thom, and had given up hia vessel to the authorities of the Slale of Alabama. On going on board the Lewi* Cuxt 1 found lier to bo in a very bad condition, no one ou board but the im<n, aud no order or discipline obaervud Oh plain Morrison could not be met with, but in the letter book of the vessel, which wai lyinn in the cabin, I found the follow in* letter from tMlector Sand ford, which will fully explain the manuer In which that officer thought proper te \>erform hia duty to the govern ment or the I'nlted tstnteo:? titan or Axisaav, Collkctob's Omft. ( Moaiuc. Jan. 30, 1881. t Sir?In obedience to an ordinandi recently adopted by a Convention the people of Alaouina, I have to require you to surrender luto my hands for the use oi the State, the revenue culler Lewis t'aaa, now under your wmmaud, together with her annunienla, pn.perUi.- and provisions oa board Uie same. I at> luterucicd .ilso to notify you that you bave theoplloa to continue in command of the .said revenue cutter, under tbe of the Mule oi Alabama, In the exercise of the utrnn duller that you have hitherto rendered to ihe Lmted ft talcs, ana ai thn urni oompenxjilon. reporting to this allien aud to the Governor of tbe Bute. iu surreudcrtig tho vessel lo the .State you will fvrnlth me with a detailed Inventory of IU ? '.mamenU, provision* and proportion of every description. You will re oeive special Instructions from thl i office In re curd lo Ihe da tie* you wIU bo required lo per.'omi. laa.iit y.nir inomedl ale reply. Vary lespootrully, > ur obedient servant, T. SA.MirOKl', Oollect.r. To J. J Mokbmok, L?q , Capt ilu revenue cutler Lewis Cuss, Mobile, Alalwuiia. Captain Morrison thereupon triiusferred his vessel, her equipments, to tho State of Alabama, and took tho oath ot all. glance to that State. It is proper hare to re mark thaiJtUe other officors of the Lewis Cass, viz.?First IJeatconnt Rogers aud Lieutenants Lav, ruuoo and Shoemaker?remained faithful to their govern ment. and rendered ms much assistatH'o at Mobile. They unanimously and cheerfully volunteered their eorvicc? In capo in opportunity might be afforded to recapture the McClelland; and this weuld iiDdoubtedly have been oitccled If luiy chauce could havo tern found to take her to sea. I gave Mr. Rogers written orders to return lo New I/in don, his place of rcpldence, imd await I here your instruction?. (ii lil." manner Mr. shoemaker wat) di rected to repair to Lallimorp, while Mr lawrotico pi el or led lo remain with his tamily ou iho shore of M >bilo biy. The Lewis Cua, In ber pro,-, nt condition, is entirely un seaworthy; her seams arc op.'n, causing her to leal: badly, nnd, in fact, bho came very near foutidoria; while beating up Mobile harbor with but a whole sail breeze. Her late officers inform me that she wil requilre extensive repaiis to put her iu any c n lit ion to do tcrvice to her present holders. 1 then returned to New Orleans, and in?do a lin tl of fort w ith tbe junior officers of the McCtcllund lo in luce them at least to consent for me to cirry the vessel uudwr hail as far as tho torts, ai I was desirous lo test Hie question of tho determination of tbo Stale of l/HiWiann to use forco in rotuluiiig her; but they refused positively to havo her removed from her anchorage. Vindltg tli3t nothing further could be effected'by me. that the t?vo Mb?> Id wore e itirely lost to tho I'nitod htutef, and lio TM)t>Hible bruetlt coull ar;se from my remaining any longor lu Now Orl-ans, I left th?t c.ty via tlie river roo'e, and reached hero on Thursday evening. the 14th Inst. I proposo to malto tho conduc; of the officers of Uic tolograph company, with rcfeier.ce to tpecial tleapatchos, tho subject of a special communication. Very respectfullv, your obedient servant, WM. IIEMI'QIIL JONE^, Speclil Agent. 1HK REl-ORT OF SHCRCTARY 1)1 X. llie Secretary of the Treasury says it is bolieved du ties on imports continue to bo collected in tho ports of entry established in South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Louisiana and Florida, and that vessels aro outerod and cleared in tbo usual manner; but so far ns th) depart ment h;<s bocn advuod tho collectors assume to perform their duties tinder authority of the States in which they reside, and hold aud reserve the duties subject lo tho Mut.e authority. Only about half the officers of th 1 ctotonis In those States havo resigned tholr commLs?ions, wblle the others appear to have entered tin their duties to tho governments of these States without cOLSidering it nece"S'iry to per foim this official ceremony, so greatly lia.) the moral tono of Individuals been Impaired by the example of disloyalty to the I ntra. The documents Iranfmltted embrace cor r'-spcnccnce relative to the customs, tho Now Orl\uis Mint, >Vc. In spoaking of tho general subject tho Secretary fays, '? throughout tho whole course of encroachment and rggresf inn, the federal government has 1-orne itself with a spirit of pau>rnal forbearance of which there Is no example In the history of public society, waiting In patimt hr>p<> that tl?o empire of reason would rcsumo its kway over tho.-.e wie m the excitement of passion has thi afsi bonded, and trusting that thefriouUs of good order,'itd with gtibtul-slon to proceedings which they ui?approvrd, would at no 'lietout dayjrally under tho baiitier of the Onion, aud exert tin msd . es with vigor at'd success ngain.H the pre-, ailirg recUessncs-i and vio tence. THE oOUTIIEUN' CONGRESS. M'UtTooMfT.v, I'eb. 21, lfitl. H e Southern Congress rcasst mbie<i this forenoon. Mr. O'Iih o(lere<l the following ? Resolved, That tbo Commit tee on Finance be instructed to icqulrc into )lie expediency of Inyingau ex|K>rt duty on the cotton exported from tho Confederate States to any torei^n country. Adopted. The Pies Went has nominated, and the Oongr-si can flamed, tho following members of the Cabinet.? | 8c.rela.ry of State?Mr. Toombs, of tieorgi t. St Mary of the Treasury? Mr. M< mruingcr, 01 South Carolina. ( 4V1 reary rf H'ar?Mr. L. Pope Walker, of Alabama. MR. YANCEY'S POSITION*. Mostookfrv, Feb 21, li?5I. H is mderetood that Yancey declines a scat In tho Cabinet. By tho suggestion of his friend*, he prefers t<j reproi.i nt the govoriimtiit in INirope. thk yijkjinia statk convention. !U< iiMojn>, Ya., Fob. 121,1861. TUo Virginia SUte Convm'.oo rea.- -omblod to day. Mr. Wood.*, of Barbour, offered rt olutions declaring that t m- allcgiance the citi/cns of VirgiuL't owe to the ge neral government le subc.rUloato to th-it which ts due to \ irpiate, ."id may be lawfully withdrawn whenover Vir ginia dccit.s tt her duty to do so; thit in c,vo Vlr/ini. *i.oulrVc\ercisc thli authority her citizens will bi> hound to render allowance to her alone; that VltKiniarecog tilrex .10 authority of any government, State or federal, to cti^r*her to tll*t{iu>ce to ths I mb-U Statca after she shall have withdrawn from the 1'nloD; that she will re gard -ny attempt at coercion as equivalent to derlara t too of war, to be resisted st every hazard and to the last extremity; that sov*n Rtutm having withdrawn the alle gifti ro of their people from the Colted states of America, a faillilul and earnest desire to avert the horrors of civil war, and the conservative vitu .e^t ?f the country alike, indicate to tlm government tho necessity and policy of arknowlcdmg iheir IndcpeniK nro. UiF'iTCd t?i th" t.'om mitt'? on Federal lt<latiotis. The rr.olutions were received with favorable manifea Uilens by the Convetttkn. Adjourned till .Saturday. PHKI'ARATfOXS AT PORT SlJMTKR. Hi" Charleston Mercury 1ntiiu.1t?? th%t tho parapet on the smith side of Fort S'im'er ha.- been cut aw y to al low the g".ns en barbtUt to be deprf s-e-t at the angle no cef*.iry to sweep '.he whari and the waters adjacent. MR. I.ISCOI.N ON STIIIS AVI) CARUOB*. TO THK KPI1UH OK TIIH HKRILK. Mr Mr coin's reply to the <? welcome'' speech of thv \la> or of Now Vork y< stentay shows that ax ho travels l.e tries to suit his UngiiSf^ to tho spool U circumstance# of the place he Is in. This has been remarked through out his oi'rney. in the great metropolis of tho cation ho speaks of ''ahifM and ctrgoes.'' 1 ear.not unite un ? rutin 1 the rottiphor he uses, and bo is evi dently not a praetioal sonuan. I apprehend, linwever, he has seized the Idea that when a Khip is m danger, and both j-hip and mrr < it not saved, tnc < ir ;o must bo ??thrown overboard" to lighten the ship and allow her to weather tho storm. an 1 ho adds thst the '-passengers," too. must be thrown overboard. Now, to a certain ex tent, this metaphor is gvxJ, and as a Jem wira' I s.^know 'e<lg<- his wisdom, lie says, "this I'eioo should likewise never b" abandon**! unless It falls and the proh'tbdity of its pre.crvutlon shall cortsc to ex! d, wilSou'. throwing (ho pae-?og( rs and cargo overboild." Sow, if Mr I.ioeola will only bear in mind that heavy timber U 'isunlly, In a vessel cenying a miscelUnooun cvgo, w>rrM upon do<*k. and v hen danger to the ship and cargo is imiilnont the deck toad if flrst throw n overboard, and ihil the Chicago platfo<m I* tbedoek load, and If he will but o.der hts olhcers and < re? to throw that cun?h ring platfoi m oyer bo -id, tin- ship will be prvMrvo* mil g.i on her voyage pre*.pcfoiihJj , awl hor inboard ha vert, and no "pwe.iceis" need bo thrown ovorboirl, although thit |wrt of tho mutinous crew known as rabid aboil tlonU* iVuhi b? put in Iron. until the ship is sa.< ly mihjiod In the ' haven whore /he would be." FrnmcAAv ai, lsoi. an' 01,0 nan'MAstvn. Mt^ISMPPI. UOW THE SK K.KIOV MK\SVRK WOltKS. W>? learn 'rom the \ter?iihls Apt*at that the Ml -Uslppl I egielature, now In KessHMi, has l-vi 'd ?r> additional tax ol ntty per rent upon the present ."<t.ite tax. and antbo the flovrrnor to botew two million* of dollars, at trn per cent, puyable in one, tw.' and thrpe years, oul of the a<?r ilrg r> reatiM of U?f 8.?t?. fwnri-ilXTH OOR0BWI. asooND anaioM. >???>? Viinimii. Feb 31,ltWL Mr. Dooi.ttJ, (rep.) of Wis., presented a petition from the citizens of Milwaukee, numerously signed, ask ing Orujfre** to staid by th? onstitutkHi and law*, and make bo compromise with traitor a. Mr. IV ww, (opp ) of #7 , presented a petition of the citi/A<n~ of Wi*?0C3ia, in tavor of the Crittenden reso lutions. Messrs. Diios, (rep ) of Coon., and Bkujb, (opp.) of Pa , presented numerous petitions for the border States at-1 Ci ittende* retwlultot s. Mr. Bragg, (npp ) of X. C., presented the oreden Ual* of Mr. Uingmaa, re eitstleU Senator fruiu North 1 Carolina. thi ?.??*!. sKKvinc or wicbmcd xr lira. The Senate resumed the consideration of the bill for the difceontlnaance of the postal service in the seceding bin tea, w hich was laid orer yesterday. Mr. HrxThK, (opp ) of Va., said if Um States were In the Union we had no right to cut ofi their poeul benetlts. The postal Uws had not been resisted, aud we could not under lake un or tbe constitution u> puuish States m this way. Ho said the expressions insurrection and rebellion in tho bul seemed to t?e but utepe which would end In using for.e against the Stales. MrHoonniy, (rep) of Wis?Mr. President, I think the honorable Senator from Virgintu entirely mistakes the pur|>ort of thin bill. Ho far from this being a mea sure of war upon the Mates which are undergoing Mr lUirrhK?I hope the Senator will allow me to cor net him. 1 did not suy that thin measure was a measure or war, but 1 said that 1 was afraid It wus one of a series which pould end in war. I said this was a measure, as 1 understood It, to coerce a State Into what wan suppled to be proper conduct,.by denying to it its rightful share of tue g nt r?l beneliUi of the legislation of the country. Mr. lJoourrir?'Mr. I'reslcent so far from this being a m.aaure ot war, or a measure of coercion, it Is a measure of peace or paciflcatiijn, for iho provision of this bill is simply to authorise the Postmaster tiouer*! to sus isnd the service upon any postal route, or any part thorcof, *h ie. by reason of any Insurrection or resistsnce to the laws or tike luited Mates, the uiall service ctnnot be safely |*jrforaied. If, upon any portion of a mail route in any Suto, Njrth or South, by reason or resistance to tho laws, or of in surrectioo, the service cmnot bo safely performed, it ruthorlsee the Postmaster lieaoral, in his oiscretion, lo suspend service upon such route or any part lhere?f. New, it seems to me, so far from provoking a collision of force, bo far from lead Inn to the shedding of blood, it is the best way to avoid it. It is, therefore, a mea sure of pacification, and not a measure of coorcion. And now, sir, a single word in reply to the remukn of the honorable Senator (Mr. Iliinter; upon tbe state of ihe country. We may inueed bo' said to be p.issiug through a revolution, or an attempted revolution, m some o| tho Mates of this rortled<>raey I agree to th il, and that honorable Senator said iu his epcevh the other day. 11 We must face and acknow itdge the true evil of the day. New ideas, Iiko new foices, have entered into our system. They aro de manding the legitimate expression of their power, or they threaten to rend and do st/oy it in their wild and Irregular play " I acknowledge the truth. 1 feel tbe full force of that de claration. It Is our duty, sir, to Taco and ackuowledge the true evil of the day. New ideas, like new forc :s. Lave, Indeed, entered into our system, and are tho cause and occasion of that revolution we now witness. Uut what are these new idoat? What are those revolutionary forces which are tow demauding tho legitimate expres sion of their power, or threaten to rend or destroy wli it may stand in their way? It has, sir. llret and before all others, and more pc.lent than all othors, this new idea very recently adopted by Southern gentlemen, thai slavery Is a blessir.g, that slavery Is a divine Institution, and that sluverj Is the natural, normal and be: t relation of labor and capital. 1 say, in the lirst place, thAt ut. a new Idea, the outgrowth of tho brain of Johu C. Calhoun But since he utlered it here, il ha1; grown with a rapidity almost unexampled in tho Southern States withii the last lllteeu or twenty years. This Idea of Mr Calhoun, that slavery is a blessiug, wis not acknowledged by the men of tho South any more thau by tho men <>T the North twenty years ago. Tho world knows thai ia the days of the Revolution whether you look South or North, whethir you look into tfio writings and spotchts of Marlon, or Oglethorpe, or Wiishlngu?, or Madison, or Jeflt-rstn, or Henry, or M.'von of tho South, or into the writings of l'rankiin, or Adams, or Jay, or Clinton of the North, you Und tho namo language on th? subjeclid Slavery. It rn regarded on all hauls as an ev l, socially and politically, as late us 18G2, withiu my cwu recollection, la tho L gisluturc of tnc suite of V ; giiila her leading men held the same doctrine. Tne .-de noenced it in terms stranger than any or miners n moral and political evil, as a blight, a mildew, a cancer, cor lain, steady and f:aal in l;s prtgrifts. I rewat, sir, ttiat the doctrire that slavery a social and political evil was universally received si tho North, and, with very few exceptions, at the South, uut.I wituin a very recent period. Mr Cic? M*y, (opp) of X. C ?Will the honorable Sc tutor allsw me? Mr. Itooinri*?I slnll be through Jircctly, and then I 4%all hear llie honorable Sciator with groat pl?*ajuro. Mr. CijuciVAS?I merely want to asJ{ a (juesl iou, but if tho Senator will not hear mo Mr. Ihsuirui;?I shall not object to giving way for i simple ((uestioa. Mr. Cij.m max?The Schltor states, with gr ompha si.?, lliai Mr Calhoun held slavery to bo a blessing, or tho normal condition, kc.. Now, with some littlo knowle?l*o 01 Mr. Call.i'Ub'? opinions Mr. 1'oouTTip?iloli'.ed ton question. Mr. Cum,*as?J was going to ask the Senator wh-re ho gels that loci, because I declare to him th u I never heard .Mr. Chihoi n express any ruch opinion. Mr. I mourn.!:? Mr. Calhoun, on the lioor of the Senate declared ' Mr. Cum s t\?Will th Senator allow me to complete my aentciire, ss lie gives me the opportunity to aik him a question? I know Mr. Calhoun ht-M, end 1 think he was I right In that, that African slavery, as it exlsli In t?e South, was th?'best con litirni?tho normal condition if the gentleman choose*?ior Uie uegro in inn country ' | Mr. liM.uiTijr? Mr. Calhoun stated on ttio lioor of'the Senate, aflcr fctathif that most Southern men on<-e held that sh.vcry was a moral, iw well as a social and political evil, that ? thnt folly and delusion aro goto ami we now h< Id that slavery Is the most ?^re and rt ibio has,s for tree iuft tutions in the world " 1 will not uu dertake to sny that I l ejvat the precise words, but l know I have g!vn you thru substance; and lr- m t?Mt day to this hour, that ,dca, uitered by .loim C. Calhom then ftebly -ujtsUnd, hut gathering strength and tiio' mi Mem with every re vol v iug year, Ins Lecomo timt new Idea, that revolutionary force, which his entered inn our sjsietc, and which is "now threatening to rend and destroy it in its wild and Irn-rdlar play. Sir, it Im rrvolutiocr d thj S>uiiiern rnind?it l,a Wen mado to enter thi s*hool? and tho Mlpft or the Southern <Utes, and to reverr'o their teachings It h?,i entered Into their (mlicial tribe Dais a l revet fed their drcrcea. It his entered their political roMruma and their 1 .;l%^.tivo halls?charnre I their political em-.ta. Sir, tint idea his g.-inod net, a iiualioii iu two thirds of the sLuo hutes, th>t It r. gus to day b jpreme, dtspotlo and as Intolerant of on position as the Spanish laqu sition. The li mor.iblo tortrom \irglnin himself (Mr. Iluntor) declared in l.w M'cech last Uil at tliarlottevi'le, that when he "entered into the fedeial councils, ivhi u was at the commenc hient or Mr. \ju Bin. n's administration, the m .raJ and politic*! si itu.i ol ibo eiarrrjr qn^ntKia w?u vvr\ dille nni irom what it now Is. Then tlm hmthera men, with but few ixc?ptl<|M, adm ttel slavery to be a inoial evil, and padiated or eScntcd it on t'i? plea ot acccfoilyliut last v inter, It d. bate, in an elaborate epeceb, ho declared that to iKy tho ><; ty stone of the Americas areh w tlie black marble block of African slavery, and h:;: colletgtie interrupting rao in debate, asserte.1 th it "in Virginia, today, the almost universal opinion now U? that slavery la a" bless ing to both raeea, an institution to be router*t and en couraged. W hatever claims to he a positive "ood becomes, or iwctaaity, nggroa ive. It demand- reeop nitlon, and threatens to dA'troy every th Id standing in its way. I repeat, it Is I hi -? new idea, this rovolu t;onary roree, which, enlennj into our sy t?m threaten to rend and de?troy ttio government it 'if "JVt *L<i Puy- Teu or fifteen y.iars ago Una idia draianded that ovry depariaient of |hi? government should vl Id ti the legitimate Mpre-selon of ? power, and threafned to overtlirj r whUever Tk . i,s lhf> flrst Remand wnlch It ma lo \.*s that U>ngre^-, ?h< old s.irreudor ad power V, roatrict tho^extension of sla.ory into tbe Territories. It do ^. . IhiifTL1" ' l,nt ,h" or tho Torrito rlesshell have no power to resist IU expanaleu. It do msndi, in the third plow, that tbe Supremo (\?.irt. bv -v decri*, si. .11 decuro thet it m esiablisu-d by the coa-tl tutl. n in every T'hntory of the l nitod SUtes. Vnd now It goee further,sir, and with arms m It: hau ls ;t d. mends a new constitution by which wo shall carry the lnstitulien of-lavery not only into the f-rritorlw ac qoirtd from Mexico, where it waa prohibited by law be lore we scfpureo thtm, but new provisions ny which w ? shall carry it into all fntur? Terrltorjr to ?m> ac<pilre<l south of a given lloe which inav "rabrira the wh'>le of Merlco and Central America, fhia new idou, thj? reyo lut:er>ary foree den>?nds the expn*^(..n of |t? power or threuteiis to rend and destroy tho best government ?u j earth, involving, it may be, the bop.*, and liberties of the world. \nd, sir, with an eMrontery almost suolime, I when with aru s in its han is it ?ei/'?s our Toru, Ores upon oiif iUijj, takes p??s.-*-lon or onr prop-rty, roln ' our Treasury, It clams to be acting peacefully with ihe most huamne d-flre to avoid collision and Msndshed. ^nd if tbe government or tho li.itod .Stoles lilts its linger to defend its property, then th > government < r tho i nite.i States is charged with inaugurating civil war. Why, Mr. Ir.ul ' d*nt, whst would be tbought if a mm wero to ni et me ' upi* the highway, put a pistol to my breast, and t< II m? ! lo deliver my jrnr ? or he wi?ild shoot nrn doivn, ind then should have the e?wl lmpildclicn to say, 'If I do sbcot jou, you will be guilty of murder, and If y.,a ralso a hand to dofi ad yotuseiT, you are lining o^Teloo." But, Mr. President, I dn r.i>t de-iro t?? be drawn into thedi-t cusslcn ot thc.-o questions at length. (.,r m> I'ns bill is corn erred, It I .b. no t. p bxHcing tovssrd eo n-u-n or tho mployment of It Is possible tliat th timomsy cme, thoturh I trust In tiod it never will when this government mar be compelled to a knowlo.lge the I u t that the I nkm lits b- on disrupted, and thai the sues which havo seceded Ime ber .mo in ie peiiiiont. Ihu ki not su act which acknowledge,-: their lodr{?ndeoee, nor Is It an ict whiob l>>ki iikecoertug them by arma. WI.?t v?e want |? to employ peaceful nr. ana to avoid a collision, to moid the use oT lore, to avoid tbe she lding of bl s>J >..d lor that purpose I hetat that this b II a ill be per milted t" p s. as to those .'ther questions, as to w hnt ' our fist ens may ultimately become toward these seceding Mate* they are matters whs-h b?iong to iho \ future, wh ch I cantiut predl't, an/1 which. In my |tldg meat. M la man mind 4Ia capable ol predicting, it ' r-'ts with Pro'-nlence, it r.sns upon evv^ncu- over I wb'eh, peruape, we can have nocmtrol. !<?! i?a w?lt, anr. let us see what the develop* tnenl; ol Provldeaeo ' andth?cour?e of events -em be for mjseir I do 're mest earnestly to kveld -'ho shedd Dg A t lo?J. | . a T??ioafa: siji-tion ti" (listing 1'ilimltles and I Urjx> ud trust that we ou/ ktfl ? peM<fa ?? lutiga. Events m going aa vary rt|Ndl|. If* at" hartly k<ep pace wttktbua. VeniM ?f? Mr ??<* lo ib.m ano ?m them as Ukejr art. Iol ua aot deceive ourselves, nor suffer ouraalrua lo be deceived aa to tin great lam winch uaeerlte* what to transpiring in <111 own day. I hope, Mr. trepidant, that this bid any bo permitted to pass without ratotof the question of peace or war to any of thu State* of tbe I'ntoa. Mr. Hum said that be waa glad to bear that thla waa not a measure of coercion, but he thought it waa not na oaaaarj to paas It, aa the Postmaster General bad all the power neoeesary. Mr. I*uw*li apoke against tbo bill, and aaUl that if It phsaed it would give Uie power of a despot to tbo bead clerk of a department, and destroy the liberties of the people. ^ Mr. (HBKtniK, (rep ) of Me , said he thought Senators were draw tog on their imagination. The bill dimply gave power t?. the l*oeims8ter General to suspend the opera tloo of the Law* and relieve bim of any attempt to en force the laws It is meet eminently a meaaure of peaoe. Tbe secrct la that gi .it lemon want to force ua to acknow ledge that secoaeli a is lawful. It xvmi to be the atmple truih that gentlemen won't let ua have a meaaure of ptace without acknowledging the right of sccassloo. Mr Docolaa, (opp.) 01 111 , aaid It seemed to him a meaaure or peace, and he waa gratified to wee it from that aide of the house The Senator from Virginia waa miataken. It wan not to give power to atop ibe malto anywhere unlit* there waa destruction or resistance, lie thought this waa a wise meaaure, and calculated to re move irritation. Without this the l'oetuiaater would be obliged to carry the mails to spite of In re ply to the RHuitor from \YiseoMtn (Mr. lioolittle), ho t>aid lie si.ppoeed the idea that slavery was a bleos tog or not would have occasioned uo troublo If It hail not been all* mpted to engrail It in tbe governments, where the federal government has no right to luU-rfoie to any

way. Wo 'ot.g at the qui t Hon ih kepi iu tougresH the ir ritation will be kept up. If wt expect to mamUUi peace we must drive the que-' on out of Congress Ho believed there was a deliberate plot to b'eak up tbe Union, under ? pretence of devotion to it, and thai thi re were as many cteunionists in the North aa tbe South. Hie iu>o of th ? military foice must remit in civil war. A man cannot be a friend who pursues * policy which leads to war. Tho Senator from Kentucky has brought forward a pro position wh.cli w ill lake ibu question out of Cougr r>a for ever. Mr. Dootrrn* quoted frim the speech or ihe Senator from Virginia (Mr. Hunter) la show that it win a new idea 'bat slavery was a blessing. Iu lafU we had peace. Ill is Idea demanded the rejKMl of the Missouri compro mise. The Sonator from Illinois miintttlns that this did it, and It was none a* demanded, subjugating Kansas and it is now demanded that free territory 00 given up to slavery and a provision bo made lu the constitution to protect It. Mr. W*i>k, (rep ) of ohlo, appealed to tho friends of thi measut 0 to let thein have a vote. Sir. Doi'ci^m contended that the difficulty eomncuced about the time tbe slavery agitation at the North did. It was said It sb mid not outer U10 discussion of the No biaskabill. 'lite Senator was with him then, and only cusrged to a republican after being defeated for Congress In I860, and bccamc a convert in six weeks. Mr. Uooum.e S5?:d lie did support Mr. fierce, hut bo uu? not a candidate f >r Congress as a democrat lu lh>il. Mr Doriiijis said he luid heard that ho was a c mil data and supported Mr. Huchauan. Mr. IKkiiiiti.k said it was not so. Ho only eh iuged when the House tried to forco a (^inatitution 011 K.msis lie never supported the Senator's idea of a rep al or the Missouri compromise. Mr. Gurxs, (opp.) of Mo., said it was n measure ot l>oac? nu 1 must be Intended to prevent a collision, but tbe Executive could not-luteiterc with force, exc rpt on iippli cation from the State. If there could not he a collision under the constitution ftie bill was a mere pretou<*\ He proposed un nmcndim nt. tliat tho PoBtuiaatcr also suspend tne mails m the States w Lore any organl&Uiou for running oil slaves exists. 1MB M1STKIJ JUnnm A1TR0CJUATIO.V inn. w as taken up at two o'clock The Senate vent into executive session. Alter nearly three hours s|>ont in executive so -ti. 11 tho Senate ojiened its (lo r? and proceeded to the confident tion (T tho Miscellaneous Appri priatlou bill, pissing sc\e ral or the amendmenta of the Committee ot finance. At five o'clock a recess was taken till seven. KVKMNO BR88ION. (in motion of Mr. Wu>>'S, the Crittenden resolutions were taken up. Mr Wii.w.n said?Mr. Bancroft, in his last volume of th; Hktory of tho I nited Statee, had drawn the character of George \ason as otic of tbe hand of p it; iots that car ried America through the revolution lo national iudepen derce. ''IbiS (liristiun fvitr'ot had been truly loyal, and 011 renouncing Uie King, could stand Justitiod to his own conscience, only by the purest and most uoneltlshatti' h nunt to human 1'roeoom. Sincerity made him wise .Jid bold. Ho was m<Mle&t uoclian^in^ aad had scorn for everything mean,eowardiy (did lo?v,auvnjs -pike his conviel.oiir wuh I'ruiik earn* ^tn< ;??<." V irginia Bent this wife patriot to xeiirnsent her In tho as. cmtilag" 01 stitos nu n who met to frame a constitution lhis noble * ji of Virglni.1 admoui lied the cornpoers ?? lint slavery brought the Judgment of heaven upou the eoimtry, and by an Inevitable chain of cau^sand rtlix ts I'rov 11 nee punuhel natlotal sins by national cabmitles." These words of admonition and' w.irblug resound In the earn of the na tion in the dark ni^lit now uiwn ua. In thl.i hour of fr t tornal strifes ant treason who d-ss not e?o that eliivcry has hrougVt the juiigtnent of hoAfen on our country, ana I'lovldencc punishes a national sin. Ono > ?.ir ny;u these chamber rotig wi'i jissfU-nnte meniM-en 01' disunion, 11 ti.e tne iw.iplo of At North dur'"t to le vume the control of the republic. TVai conservatives shrn?>k before tho angry mutteroi||i U meditated 1 riascn; but the laimers. a>< cb inlcs and la bor'is, wh> iecogn>e no master hut tKsl, calmly thronged to tho ballot 1h>\ and struck from corriipt ana disloyal liauus tho rciuj of (Mitver. The trcaionahlc woros of last year are now hardened into deeds; mnduo olJ folly inie. treason holds carnival In th national capital; men li'ph in the natlonsl councils ].lot co"Sp|ri rie" r>gar-t tho goV'Tnr .? rd th?7 have sv. om to d :eud, Knd cl?*p bands with the ?Yh.O'.-iiis of the I'meD: States \auntlr .ly pro< laiut their withdrawal, an I seize'.he fortr'*oi s of the nation, insult 1,111 lire tipen the flog of the republic. Never sltic the dnwo of orea tiou lias there been a conspiracy s^ainst tbe rights of man so utterly causeless, so w u ne'l and r' g irdloss of the .udgnent 01 tlio clvlli/cd world and u> of *1 mtghty God. No eonder thiit the a> lort to this wicked | ornms look In vsln for one word 01 human yim>ithv Thr?e C 'U'plrators n -n'nst the unity of Am .'rlca.%uJ the aribltects of tho Soutnom Coafe-1 racy, riv uvo ?? M.i,r H |?1 i ll., r_Lrmi;?Sm iMiaad ? Sf WBI^TTlU'y, ri>(-'ivo no wor< >? of cIh ? r from tny jiorlion of the civil ,e 1 warid. Ihe .imiinul ?/?? UthaU uttcust not only the . voice or lYai'Oe, but of hurope und ail ctvUl?'d men, when it said?" Trere is net a comer ou ei th where t will find syiiipTtlij ai il a ststance ' Nor can men who plot treats.n auaa.?t the government appeal irom ih ? l*r? sent to tbo v er I ct of the future. 1'he de- troyers of the Ametlean Union may a?hieve immorta lly as en curing its ttn founders, hot It will be ?n Immoi 1 nny of ihime and dishonor. Thw <xinspir ?e> was net the work of a da). Varly thli ty year ago tbe spirit of rulhtiea tion ra'-ed its ' an i ng iiftst tho government, and tho dls eip!<? of Calhoun sain tb'.t slavery wus the corner s?, ne ot tho r public. Ilo then proceeded to a ytle that the den'uciatlops of the Ncsih?thai it haled U ?? Hentli?were not true. lie sail the citizens of Jhsnebi.-eiw snd the wi nlc Verih hi"I ever treated the South with kind less and eourteey. .V-.r InUiid, and tstwclaliy Massachnseits, U'i i b o;i Singled out lor re pr<* h MafsaebuMtts clings t the teachings of Webs Ur ijnd Adams ; he rencs iu ail tiiator.. tliat slavery sa? Imstctc 'tho (!? cay an I fail of mtions, and Hnds In the pnges of Pluto, Sncrates, Burke, Fox, ilumbi'dt, Vie-.h ington, JefTerson and others testimonies winch deepen her con Iction .igaim' I:.? -ty iloiTiluat; .11 ind ? : ,?an r. He referred to th- rjtwli ot the Seimt ir frnru I/Mlistonii (lfc'P.,nirin) when, under the prewiure 01 the yesrebmg arguments of tlo Her itor from Oregon (, lie lost his temper and made an a.&tult oil Mk- ach->etts. Governor Andrew n*.rer said the In v# 'on of Virginia v,.m ri 'ht. and never had sympathy with it, ae Uie Senator fiom Umisiana charg-1. There was no truth in tbe aeoiisatlon th it Mn.'i -he if Its tent (?< nators here lo Insult tho Scutli. He allude<l to the threats tbit unlets lbs N< rth change iu senllnienu the In ion cannot rem un, and tonte/uied tlist the senti incnts of the North were those of the fieclaratlon 01' la | depenuence and founders of the republic. The v re ritble Hem tor from Kentucky comes forward as a imcmca ? tor, with a rotapromiao. lie accorded to the S-nator from Kentucky purity of motive and jsitri .tie inteu tlons, but said the plan fur runnln..' the line of 30 dcg. CO min. was not a eonjpromlse, bet an un qcaliicd concession, a cheat and a delusion, llie leaders ot slavery prep* indism h.)d lixe?l their hungry eyes on Cuba, Mcxioo and Central America, and had fought their battle* on this quentioa. 1'hey were ignomlnion ly beaten by the p-epi,. ?nd then rete-liisl. The Senator Irom Kentucky (Crittenden) piopo-es als-i to 1 1 ih. >? ? utfUtiikh io illUm terrtiory beri itt-1 t.. be acquired. Tlie free men of the North who fought tho battle In November will n? \er mxpl this, lie (Olltend.n) a.'so prej^ws to In-ert in lb-c 00-ti tut loo a provision itwit (JoukTesn shall not ahoiinh slavefv in lb IMstrlet of Colunhla \vhi> it ex..?t* in \ irgmia and Mary land. Why should the nstlon bind itself to am .tit the pleasure of Such a proposi ti! n is an indignity and Ir.sult t > the p-oplo of lb' 1'nited States ih?> Senator from K, ie I by ihe N nator from Illinois 1 l?euglas), proper- th it tbe * prop.? that ?!io elective franchise shall not be exTct.iod by any pTsons of the African rat e. Why Is F'.ch a bropoelii.n rr.ado now Tlus class of men ba l exercised thi rights of em /.en-hlp in Massachusetts lor eighty yenrs, aud H e an rr snrs of these men lou^ht with hemic courage in the Tevidlitinn fnr HK?rt? mm BPBPS MB iwism WIU> reroic Coursge in the Revolution for liberty and indeprnden. e. Men of the soi th could never put Uie propositions of the s< ua or from Kentucky In tbe constitution. They would f?i?r if th"y did the ri'proschos tf Insulted rew- in and vl-Uted conscience; that tbeir n:unes would be enrolled ainonu ll,use who have httrajett the cause of the |sopl?, snd Sat they would be (on?igted to the moral in<lig:isti<ei of lll?tWTT ? ? h'?tery Adjourned. Ilnn<f of HiprrtrnUllvr*. J, tWI. i nm-.'vi os mr vavai ?mn; Mr. Bawi-*, (rep.) ot Maiw , from Um i'olert Cbmir tt?? of l ive, to whom waa referred tt*i President'* apo meesage of the 8th of . I nonary, movie * report hi to the ; tatloulim of reaaeM of Iho nary U mi.:h u inaanor ??* to nrplrct the defMM* of the wh<>!o At!, ntlr, c<iaat JuriDi, iho ' prevalence of laalea* violence. The number of fhij'i lyiBt; In }K,rt dlt mantled and onfu frrnerrlae t? jk, anil motrnfri 1 in the rcgnt* HTI gunxouo of them could be r< paired and put tmder Mil abort of reveral Weeks' tin#, ] ntid m.'iiiy i>f thrm wo'Hil r rtjulre ft?r thit pur-v >-,4 I lewi ?lx tKBlkp. N" order liaa aa yet !>cei i? ? o?l la put say of tbcmjln totoi \lMion. TWlowniU ? diicu* 4 othi-r ?uhj< rt* conar?ted wtth the tiMy.ard p-opr,i,ia t< vnldiio't ilmi iho Hint tery of tlx- Navy, In ftoccpliag, without delay >>r itniulry. tli?? roaU u t v o( nffloera ot tb? nary uhuurrt- in mint* attain t Hi ffo. cfMMnl v?h< n Irt (taring 'he pime, mid m ttinwe v ho ought to re ih<i? ihej itiipht !?? ri lifl?i'4 (Yoin thb reitr.iint tm I ? rrd by Ihf ir roime w-i.-n? itfon encutlng to '??? t lit i? ? to the i cr> tltutcd atithctti<fc of tb' tiitten, hM no* ii .tied a (rr*v8 eiror, tutybly pn I idictai to Ui? 'ln-ip'tr.. of the aerrk?, ?n1 iflij*po<-t (? th? ho ior and o(#ft?u?iv of the M?7. for which ha rtwrm the nmin of thin flnti? Mr. Bkajhs, (opp.) of N. C., submittedatumor*/ r+ P0?. Jon Oocnan (opp) of N. v., ?iao dissected from the view* of the majority ltr. IU?w |?t* not toe that he will ask a rote on the reeotatloa on Monday or Tu<?d?jr. nu rants Mil l. The House resumed the consideration of Mr. Stanton's Volunteer bill. Mr. Bococx, (opp.) of V*., resumed hia remarks in op position to the bill, Interrupted by the expiration of the morning boor on the previous day. He said that already, by the act of 11M, the President had the power to cm ploy the army and nary, and bad a right to station as many of the regular troops of the country as It could con eentrate here. In addition to that they had a local Le gislature, by whose authority he ooold call out the militia la ease they were threatened by an Invasion of armed bands from other States. That would be an invasion, and to repel it the President would have the power to oal| out the militia. Then what need, be would ask, was there for the bill? Kven if tUo military power of the country was called out to aid In the enforcement of the laws, that militar> power must be subor" dinmie to the civil iowor; but whon they called cut that power to bear directly on the execution of iho law ?, it was making war, and would be so coo tide rod l>y the country. And bo every force bill reported 10 the House hih a war measure; und, indeed, whether or not it should be so regarded, it must, under the do cessitle* or the case, result in war. So much, therefore, tor the kill* ot the gentlemen from Ohio ami Now York. Ail tlieeu bills, in bU humblo judgment, which coutcin p a tea the inlorcemont of the laws by bringing out tlio military power, directly axid Independently of the elvil author ii) aud the civil |>ower, must bo considered fu war measures. If that, then, be so he stood clothed with tio authoi My. To Kay what any tiuito ot ttio Union would do. he would n< t undcitake (o Bay, but he know that Virginia stood committed by her declaration!)??tood com mitted ill honor and intorcst ? to resist at all hazards a war of aggression upon the .Southern States of tins confederacy. And Virginia must do it. Why must shouoltr The very hand Uutt would aid In striking down South Carolina and Alabama, strengthened by Vir glnia, might at any moment be uplifted to crush the other Mat ok, crippled and orushed by the very subjugation of these fcouUiei n Wales. Whether tliey made a declara tion of war or not, in three mouth*' time all the border Sialtsot theconfederacy, with one or two exceptions, will be lound standing st'l? by side with tho seceding stated of the I tin u. llo would ask, was it likely that Virginia and Kinteoky would hold a |s<sitinu m which they would bo haulo to have their miiitU called out? thoy p rtiajM b< leg ueai'-rt to the seen'1 of action?to aid in making war ti|>on South Carolina, Ualmma or Mississippi? No; they could not do it. They would much prefer to thiow oil the yoke of the government, and do what they could to ropei'tbo attacks of the army and navy, and to crush the ]iocer of the government. If lie was not great !y mistaken this would bo tho natural result ol any of tb< rie 'noiiMiies. When gentlemen asked what thoy were to do In this emergency, wire tlicy to stand by and seo Mate alter Mate go out of the I uion at will, he answered, yes. \\ list n. e could they do, when tho constitution did Lot give them the power to use foico against seceding States.- Ibid this question bceu asked belore, he would littvo answered, give us guarantees; ami il' it be not t<0 late, he would yet tell them what to do. Hive us guarantees of safety and protection, under tho govitum ut, KUi h as w ill secure us against all fear of fu ture atia< k* upon our rights. Much bud boon said about the conduct ol tho State* in ?< ^ririg tho forts and public property. Now, ho stood not as the defender of theso -Ut's, for their acts wore, perhaps, illegal acts, but gen tlemen must ri member that K"li-preeeivalton and per s.nal sulci) was the llrst law of nature ns regarded na tl< lie us well as Individuals, and nations must prepare lor | solf delrnce as wed as individuals. In this light the sc> Icec lug Stnt<-s Lad seized the public proporty and the torts in their midst, which the government did not need unlets they ioli nded to uso tUem in eoe < ing them, lie would ask, If wui como - which ti d in h:s tnoicy avert?wliat j reii.-on would the) give to tho world for pre. ipitatlng it J on the count!) 'l'he gentlemen on this Uoor who were neat eager in pressing on wiir res, and mak ing war spec. h< n, were Dot the men who would m. et Hie brunt of battio when it didecme. V ten they considered tlio social position of ilute geei!i iten, und llie phyRiosl ability uf those w ho b ctv the war bla. t loud?>(, it must be supposed ihit [ when the to? sin of w ar shall sound to arms, these gen tlemen will lag far in tho renr. The struggle, with all Its iiortor?, will no borne by ni'-n who now live m peace in i hi fit it ' and :u the towrs, in tjio \ illages ind in the lotmtry homes of tie Nortl.. Tliwworo Hie men who must fight the Imt'les wbi' h will be brought about by the nets of men "ti this tioor. What reason would geu tlemt n on the other si<le give to those men tor this droad state of thing'' Will they say that tho conduct of the secisi ing States rn 11 lo it ceo ,-sary f Wo i'd they Veil them that these tflutt s bald tore iglit vuf up .u themselves because they would not tamely submit to the rulo of a foreign hottllo ori'.ani/.tuon t Was it not a foiel, u org.aiMtStlouWlijr, wt'.U tho rejmbliciin party railed to f ?emVe at I'liilndoiplti.i, in 116B, in order to form a solid organisation, 110 invitation was extended to the slaveholding States of the confide racy; and on th Hag which was then unfurled to tho bre'eto were only sixtca stars, repte.wntmg th*> slxkeu tree Stat is ut that Inn', lifte< u being cri.W'4 therefrom. He wouM S"k . luiii the republican orgnui/.tiion imy rep ro'-ntatlv ? s in Uift Southern None whatever, and in the nstur"1 of the case nev(>r could have any. Mr. Lo> sjoi , (lop.) of III., rose to correct the'-tite tnenl with regard to the number of stars on tao flv ro feriod to It ivi's not true that flfUou stars had becu left cut. Mr. B.VWK derived liis ln^orm it'ctt on Uiosubjict from Hi" papeis >1 the day. Look at tho r. suit of He- last el< c tirn. and s?'p what sii|i|s>rt the r< puL-i.'can psrty received from the south'rn Mates or the confederacy. Not., whatever; aud In tbe nature of the ciso it could n it have, bce-auto it was a hostile organization, and its ceriTHonoristt't in > j'p"*ition to tbc \teuslonofojr instltutiont, fliul ?>ce4UM tne rallying cry of tne pirty was, that the iiHtitutions of the South were to be circuni fcrilied so as to bo ultimately destroyed. l'n?'er this ? cltcumhUace!. was it to be wctidorcd at tlmt they slioul l ilrmnid fresli*!UJto?s for saiety and prol".-t >ir- I'o tlie'e drm.inds tliey turned a deaf ear. and u-lV -d to I do nil) thirig; iiii'l ia sui h a spirit thoy culled up n I be | m? u ol tho North to ritie rp and light thsir i>attles, bf ught < n by their refusal to allevr the South to live on [ l?.us of oq-'Hlity and peace. He appeslid to the n.?u ol tho North whether they would take arms in such a cause, nu draw the sword agsinst tl'lr brethren of tne South. At future day, wb n th< uMif'si nd tens uf thounjuds fiom tho wot k liopi of tL" North, have be> n living on tho labor and lu du^try creiitid by .--outhcrn products, arj driv< n from employ ment, hi ngr) and tlur y, without money aud with out breed, then will tliey demand to know why the n tiling wei 'fo. And when they come to call fponttie haiu) yi tme r of the North to march, with arms in hand, ngu.tiM tn? n who hw! never lrlured thetn, iiu ' who weio lair'y their bu thi n, and would never willingly be their i'i ? mil :h' y v ill ill st d' tii.u l why tins .. ... An.l in the csposnre att< nding n^tivo service, in lh>' winter s cold, in tli di ik h'.uis of the nlgLt psv.-l l?) taem i? It' red "U tlx wet ground, the cry will co.t..- p, wiiy f this? And on the batik' ield, when the hjt broitii of battle- bit-' rin^ the br.'V.: of uan, when c.-iniMMi halls Dow M,?n mtk alter rsnk, sn.t fiLnds fall m tlie p.-f< sm ? i fr^ u( s at rvoiv su p, then, toe, will ! ap to tb?' If- the .| '.-t.ou, why .tthis- And still all lh*-..tigh toe Xeirth m the bumile cottDgst where will fit (he widows resdered so by ) our aets in hriingiiig about tii fr"m helpless wiwo. in th< it-l.?g. n.oi t nf iI wi>''>wliooi!, watehJig tho futhorlcsa children whom they can no lorprr care for or piotect, will rise tho cry, why Is this Ay. nnd when g"nt' m >n behold therein imi destruction ihilr conduct produced, th lr own coii'rtences will cry, and storesr iang'iage *,il de mad. why is tliisi' They n.ay then say it was nocc-sur) to th.- pr etvati'n of the l'nion. He would te ll th'm th e >-? a rl eit and n delusion. lUev knew, every one nf | Mi. m in ew, that thi ? v rv p, t. nee to preserve the 1 mr * n.ako d s'inlon inevitable, lluy do n.'t want to | tl^fct to preserve the I cion. rhsy <?o not light to m.ln j tu ii the lonor of the national fug. They kuew th.t they (iesiied to Gt,ht merely to maintnm their party organi/ation. Thsgr preferred the success and mtngrity ot a p'uty organl'/.at.on tothe 'inity, pea< .nd pr.s-p. iiiy of tho country. And I here this day, in til" conclusion of my tcmarks, denounce this measure wlUi all the power I can hrirg t" b< ?r upon the occasion. In th. name of tho cor motion it violate*, I denounce it. la the name of my c?r.sttt".enis, whom it inmres aid is likely to aita< k, I C< nounco It. In the name of our common country, ?>h' | ,t ' i.el) to ftu'h 1. , "a. .: nice c turbed, can nover be restor d, I i.enomicc ft. In the came of that Immunity to which we all lie long, hut which too many of us Ignore, and with r.-dau bl"d < nerry and in deeper accents I denoubce and o*e irntoii. (I'artial appLone.) Mr. Do-"'?s?,(rep.) of Jllicli., characteri*ed ich re n ail. - n? thoe*'of ^lr. Itcrock ae mere claptrap. TI..J ip prals of Iho gentleman were made to he - nt to \ Irgioi i to im'tn nee the tonventlou now m session, In a*sL-.t.i:g to break jp the rovernment which hua talon the ex|s rl i nee of i >ore ih .n half a century to establish. 1h? ren II- n. in derieunc'd the bill In th" Dame of hi.m inttr, as unci nf titutidial, and appeals to the House to let the *e ced ig States go Vh) den t we let them g.. Thoy csiri" Inio :he I nior, It Is said, areklnr t j piomote tinir '?apptnefa, l.itt now t nd they ejumet secure It Why not let th? in go? Why did not the gentienwii a-k them n dlt ct ti i ms to vvlato tlie oath they have takeu to sun [srt the constitution'.' Why bhok that <|u<rilou We Imve no power to hieak up the government. Wo hive no pr'wer to let any Slate go out of th" Union. Oer so'u djty is to support the constitution and coo erve the government. When tlio government I ha j I b" leftaily dieaolved we shall be released Irom our oaths; but to long as lie Mood liei e t.njer t ilth t > support the eoovtutlon, he made no a|i|ieai lo any man to \ iulale llvat oath, aud be wiahed to hinr none to that i fleet fnm any quarter. He did not bcliev thi< bill confer ' on tho I'n siunnt any powers. If it lis* any vulue it is merely c\pi.tCalory or exot tig laws W Ihin !r<s tliar. cisty dsyr shlt?e?i lotls luve h. -Mi sei/ed sod fotii t4i?n of ihem h"ld agsmsl the puwer ef the govort.meat If this selzme v. is n.a le t-y any fou an gOYert,m< nlor all tLe i*oirer: ol thew Td com hiP<d, wo we.'Id n iw bo In ariij" agains! tliem. lheae :<ata mount okten hundred and twenty four gun.', and th" property coi t ail inlllioca dollars out of llie piibhc trea ury. The very ?oll lus li?en ?M.rcharS'd, hiu the title t.. the land la in the Tnlttd Kt-it-a. No i*>wer ou ? irth has right to Interfere with llien. y<t th.-y haTO Ltsu nnd are c?>w held, anil certain genth loan aw Sid si. 'th. .! at ail about the disturbed fee ot the conn liy. Oh, no: il the goicruueni which wo nro sworn to suiiport wisdd be allowed peaceably and ?pitetly t /n i?it out of existence, then there w. uid t>e u<> mun ww forsooth. lie roganW all apisj us alMNit coonu in s? ii'Umled to dlveit the | :hi|. tnasl from tho real I'-pue. The charge of eoercteit In moct abtmrd. Ces?rrl<^\ n ? r ItrpeivtbUlty tn the \>-ry nature of thing*, artord ii g to the oigHr.iratlen ol the State and led' ral govern II I Hit, wbi? ii he proceeded to .lu.w , and tn thi coimoc tmr. nl. rrrd to the sel/nri nf thn revenue cullers, thn mint money and other put,In- property, snd argc.'.og Hut any i orornmeiit which rig! tfully uiita lias list power to meiniaiii It* extsteiu'e. if a gr.vrmn. nt has '.ot ihe jx.wrr ot aueh I'elecco, it is no sovriirwat at all. Itefor* he 'oaelmW th? ai. rn Dg hour Co motto* of Mr. Bta*to?, (rap ) of Obi*, Ue fx-UV c^usKlecaUm of the bll! was pwlpwwl (ill Monday. PHAOB MHOIUIJ, Mr. Ai?4?, (rep.) of N. J , presented ? BMUrM frtm Jersey City, signed by 1,04ft parsons, 00 oi * <? n republican*. Mr als > presented > mem rui !m ua New Brunswick, signed by over 600 persons irr vper live of party, including Mr. KreUngtiiiraaa, who, Mr. Adrainsaid, waa no Iras distinguished for his Co i* virtue than for hi* patriotism and lovs for *a TTctnt. They pray for tba adoption of the Crittenden pupwMIn^ or any other constitutional mod* for the adjustment at our national diffloultlca. THK HKPOKT OX THK 'WW, The report of the Committee of Tlurty thrce ?U II u up. Mr. Biwim, (opp.) of Mo., npoko in ooulemnat<o:i of Iho republican party, and entered his protect aga.nait seoefsion, s* unjust to the border sdavehoMLnj HUun. Ihotie which had recently confederated ought to h i v* remained in tho Union, and therein fought for their rights, but the Brat movement toward* c >ercion wou'.J unite M'jmourl and all the border State* to roaist it. IHK Otwicm AMI WAHHIXIJIO* WAK t'WWT ilv* proo> eded to the consideration of the Senate 1>IU to pr?\ -de fur the nnyment of the oguonie* incurred !n tiregon nd W sshington Territories, is the .-mpprese.oa of Indian hostilities in 1866 and IbM. Ju tho cours* of the debate Mr. Ha <kp?, (rep.) of N. Y., oppoaed the bill, and proved to refer lb* vtt le nient of the uccount to Sem-ral* fleett u,,i Wool. Ilr Prtok, (opp. > of \ a , said General Wool had threat ened to carry tiro aud Bword iuto the South, und Scott had organised a military despotism m the capital of the republic, and w itb mere umiatmal leeliu^* than ( orioliiuiif, propieet) to march on his own msthur Sinus. Unlike the people of Rome, the people of that Common woullh would not seek to conciliate hi* peace by tue ?* hibition of the tenra of tholr mothers and sisters, bug would meet him us would become theeous of VkrgiBi*. Mr. ir.v>Kra defended Itls course on thlfl bill, tind e*. pressed his surprise thut the gentleman from Virginia hwl attacked tho character of the living soldier of this or :my other country?the man to whom the gentleuun'rf own State gave birth. He was surprised, too. that an at tack had bctu made ou Coneral Wool, who In the tl'-Ki can campaign, with General Scott, gave to the Union Texan and the golden Slate of California, and who i* now here a* a Commissioner from the groat State of V*W VorW to the 1'e.icc Conference, engaged in an effort to quiet the disturbance of the country. The Senate bill appropriated $1,400,000. Tho House re duced tho amount to Iosh Uiau f.) 000.000, hut without deiinite action on the bill Adjourned ovtr till Saturday. Drawings of K. Frame* dt Co.'* Dtl?> ware Lotteries ? Hushkx Ooowtt?Class 4A, Keb. *1, Mil. 67, 4.1, 33, 68, 2(1, 1, 1!> 65, 40, 76, 25, 50. ('oxsolidatbd LorraKr?Cuss 24, Keb. HI, 1861. 4S, 40, 7, 74 , 71, 9 , 25, 10, i5, 43, $8, 20. CUeulai <i sent free of charge bv addresalng 14. KRANCE A CO., Wl'iqlngtan, Delaware Drswlngi of the Urlaware Stats Lot teriea.?WOOD, KDDY A CO., Managers of the DKLAWAKK, KKRTCCBV AM) MlitMOt'Hl STATS I.OTTKSIKS. Dklawakb?Kutha Ci.ass I.'.*.*, Keb. 21, Irtul. 44, 35. 52, 38, 26. 71. 75, 5. 23. 73, 67, 1, 70. Delaware?Ola? i 14" i, Keb 21, IH61. 25, 70, 26, 63, 64, 69, 34, 3r>, 4t. 15, 72. 8, 21. Circulars containing schemes, Willi lull pai oculars, sent free of charge by addressing either to WOOD. EOD? ? CO , Wilmington, Delaware, Or to HOOD, EDDY A CO., 8t Louis, Missouri Koyal Havana l.oltrry.~Tlie Following niinits rs drew the principal prizes iu the draw iag of January 23, W61 Niiiutei*. I'l'iea. | Numbers. Pi-Ito*. | Number. Pritei 19,4)11 ?U",i?o IV! $.?>,UU) UI.3U0 $1U,UUH 1S,?? rO,l?W I 2fi,W7 ai,Ulu I NO*. l.Wkt, 2.W4, a.KU, :s??7, .\JKii, 7.210, 7,801, KVA. H.'MSk K.Tttt, rt J14, S.%2, V IJ", IU,?,-?!, Il,i>4/, ll,(iW, ll.iW. 12,71W, 1ft,171, Ifi -17. 1?.2V1, 1(J vw, 17.177, I7.6SI, 17,?iMft, lS,f?7U, l'.',l>"H, I'MTH, 2I>..-V*I, 21 nil. 21.0MK, 2i.Hk*, K./77. 23,711. v:v7K! 24,0111, 2l,HM, i'. ooy, 'A4.6J4, '2ti,7 W, 2ti,Hl7. 'iH,'.7< 2i*,?c2. 2S.772, W ti7, '.?V.ftKi 2V,?J6?ii.tUO ra? h. For ciiculnrs as to the above drawing < addioss Don Rodri guez, car* of City I'oot, Charleston, S. C. Brooklyn Art-Photonrnptilc.?(hns. II. W11.LI AM SON, eotabUshcd ItifT. KuHoa street, opivMltn Clinton. Col. Anderson, of lbs Fort Castillo, and ,'??) citizens plni'ugi'Hplied yesterday and C 'pi-'s fot utile tef hulmks, .iw uivadwsy. Major Anderson?A Hplrnrtlil Plioto gTapli ?<" Major Hubert Anderson, taken at Kort 8ura:er, oa iho ?ili Inst, eipirasly tor KARIM' <lml rij, Uroailtrmf i ste l<oot'.<>, will be on exhibition In a tew days. Orders re i eiv J for proofs. Melnway A Son's Orerstrasg Grand ?liI wpiare lis no* are now considered the i>*st nmnufao tui .1: ?re warrautcd for five years. W*i > r toius, IB and tM Walker sttcct. Wlirrler & IVIlson's Improved Scwlsg I Ma<.binrs mi rednctd piluea. Olilce luf> Broadway. 1 Take Fliysteal Barrels* at Wood's Ujras ?a?!om, No. ? East Ttrsnty elfeblh strset. Opca day atal ?raalng. "Where do yon Hrfrtik the Inner Naa when >"'i are In ihe vl<4ulty of ito I'ukiom Hoinet Wh> at Hhuv\ .n s new Krench hesiauiant, V} Urosd street, o^poaUa Vbc bvrded w art houses. Why are the People all Florklnn to i>IKiH h S, );t Itrosit street, ai'isjtlle the bonded wsrvhuute*! liuTUK lie y g"l all thev aekfor and wore Vw. (latehelm's Ilatr Dye?Reliable, Harm le?s and in-uanl.ine<.us; black or brown. Kactory, .11 Haroia* t ii? told and applied ai BaTCHELOR S Wig Factory, W Bend street. Jkitvly Invented Wig* and Toapee*; al*? SfoWat irt ream, f r preserving and tieautil vln* the hair Manufsituifd by W. A. HaTCIILLOR, 16 Bond lU*et, Crlatadovo'a tlalr Dye, Wig*, Toupee*, tbe |ve?t In Ibe world. Wholesale aud re'.all and the dye prtr *atel) arplicd. No. C Astor House. Trusses ?Marsh Ai Co.'s lladleal Core Tri ,. So. 2 Yesej street (Astor House), opposite lh* cliumh. Hill's Kalr Dye, no rent*. Rlaek or l.rov n. Depot No. 1 Bat clay ft real. Sold by all d. uggwta. Arctic Oiu'uiciit. MIS< >:i,l,A\K<HH, A At it*, eyrrdell'b ron'8?wedding cakm and Envelopo* oi tbe mteat atylea. lot >ulioa ? n*?L N. w York. I:?tabli?hrd 181&. Ta(K OF HEAL NOVKLTIB8.-TO JOUHhl;? U.NLI. Uia " PAPKR NKiKTiK I'tii-ut applied fir 'RELIEF" Til'. aelf-adjuetlng: patented J?au.?r> J9, IS41. HM1T1I A IJROI Writ, M.iiiufarlun-r*, M WAKllKN HTRKBT, N. T. Potior* wbo eopT the ih-ii ? nnii wnd ui t nuuktd papav v ill 11 ?-t ive by iiikil a pad ni "MHf " Tie. AT It Ah-DOVBLE SOLE NAPOLEON tap BOOTS, At JOMEh'. Nus 1U and IS Aun aired; new aly'a. A1 UlMRHRI>h'H. MR BHOaUW aV? ART1RTIO MONO K' ami*' eatitlf.iliy cut and tuiuiprd on nota paper AT E' RRDELLS old >Tf?ltE, 309 BROADWAT Wi ?WlL" < 'ant*. 1 lieae - elebratud < ngiHt ed t.'arda ><m<I only a( tlila atom. f'OMCENTRAIED I.EAVBN. We inurt tlva Me- ?r? Edw* d Ob.imbrlln A Co . cf B? ? mn, <*n(lit lor in'iodiiclo* ihmr "OodinlnH l/^rn, ' 1 liat l> m?l> * bread pa?trj and rolls lighter i ban i>y any inn er proo?-i?, no one 4ouMl. i or hile >?) ail >lia principal uroeera and tirug?;.atN uholtiib M. HATS*. WhoU-aale Agent IV Crut ilnet. Mew Vork. ?iyi TOD WAXT WIIIRKER8 OR HURAOIlM ' 1J Will o-iikH the heart grow -.?? Ibe >n?ai anvoih mad l,e*idl'*? lm week* altar th? Aral auplktution Mf Onftuent !?? - Dsn bMlbrfon tfca pul-l i- i * r ? gtlit jre . r*. it never h ?? Ix*"!! known lo fill, or Main ? * Injure the aklt.. li I* the "lily known Ibin^ tbat will r-?!ly fan-e tho hoard to pow. t ?nl It t., am *'ldie?? in Iba ( tilled flute* by rum I. i? -ttani' free. I'rtre ?I. S. ? ORAIIAlf, 100 Mimh Ittwt, N. T. (UN A t o. 8 AMERICAN aoency AND READIftt* 1 Ho. n>? - Amcrtonn papm belt on lUe. No. Ui Strand. L< nrfou i W. C.) TTOW TO SEE WAHHINOTON XI ('"nt^initia tbr?* Mewaol Wnahlngton t'lfcy. and a da ?.?lipUnii of all toe ltnp<iri <ni I'laie- ot luirreal titbatritf. t -nti m-1 iu A VP' ETON'S RAIIWAY UllDE FOR MAtti'tl. Tiffxht. with 1 Ive Tabl?-?, lt?'M itw. R< uw a ol lua'fl tod o'her r. ad 11. ?? n.atter of ln'< if?l lo tb* tru >''ler. l'RICK 21CENTM. S-ent fr a liy mail lo anj *iMr> -mi on reoelpl of the pn"e. D. AfrLKlON A CO., PuMlabara. IL. ami 44) Bro*d?iy. JEWELftT ' .IBWELRT:* IIim'I.itiart#-:a for all Uuj->e engaged In the one iolAr alotr* and envelop* b'taineaa. C. P. UlRiO*, strufMiniini Fawrtler, Wi -adway. I EC IV It EH OX TVRKEY. j Bv Iba R. t t'VRl'H IIAMI.IN, D D Thl.* WIte.i of Inlarcatln# lecture* will appear la tbf> IlOllEIlOI.D JOl'KNAL, iut fftllw *: ? ? n "T1IE TrRKlrtFI empire. ' Iu Ho 23. Now wa4f. On "THE f?w l.TAN AND li lb t?0^ RKNMItMT." In Mk 21. Ready '/nth k'elmui.y. _ On '1IIK H Tl UB Or MAIIOMEDANISM." Ia *. Ready ?th Marefc. ? . . _ To fce bad fn m any tiaw* a?ent. or mallt-d 00 rec*i|4 ot I c nil . acb, lu aiamp- , bj tba k c? !*? V ifih William fllr^l. na?r t'hatliacn, N-w York. MOIIIllLY PART OI" H'?l HOLD 'Ol R.vaL. N?. now icitfy, it til** f net I.* t. T IIE COXSt MPTIVE 8 FRIEND. cuvoas, COLD.", RAMIM1 BI.OOD, PAIN 1M CIDE AND URKA.KT, *C. tKae and t'allar eompjUnta nra ?oat certainly cured by H > AIT t I n'vnlc HaN.tu. The Pulmonic BaNtaa ia dally cm Ins the w ?n*t ? u*a ot tbea* complalnta It rurrd Mr. J. 11. lodwla of pain in tha atd*. beatiat, ai>4 ipllliu ol Mi***, alter he bad been aflltcVd for yean aodl nai icdniid to Iba laat ataftea of -?rakneaa, and r< i.aidere* l>?rou?l tbe reat h of medlclae. Mr Oodwln a oditalaat 114 y ilzalieth atrcct. He la tiow In lha enj ijratat of parfaat heal'h I et the nfflioted call anil aca btm. Depot 344 Orand atreat. 7."> reeta par bottle. TKL'l>MB?-. TRL'hBES' rRI'SMES ' |i Kl:MA or RVPTURK eAn now be r?dki;ty ettrH by nains the new and '?i-rrcved NMllTh rt I aTHMT LRVFB TRtBK It jirrxlttce* wbal liaa I0.11C liet-n wan'ed In a Tmaa K ? ry ainietc-d iier?oii ahi-uld no< be .. la> wnhoot ooa Paraph eua free. 1-ad1e3* RI'PI'ORrhRa on 'b.- aaaie |.i<m-ipie. Braca f"?pet\dtr* far kdlet and ?Miili*nie*i, aholtaola :<ixt -ii tISktlORT A CO.. No CI Ro^d atre? t, \c* Vork THE PRl.Hll'ENT K\t ITBMBWT IROBI.y F^FAUjEp ..ASr lT>T.ME>l!'rihU1" ^"an^ka*U e aJran'ed .a | irif H irum.itNm, a 1 Djm .It. iy, *r , tl -.aed aa <>ireried INtea ? and 10 t-eu* Iiepr.t Pi ."#< ?'! ,lrw ? ^ _ _ , IOIVIRF MWivu Ma- F >rh ? >Ot )a TVr>--apea< t wa i?elhebf^lu?arM? * ?al?ar?n< Na M* drMt.1w*|. E^ 7