Newspaper of The New York Herald, February 26, 1861, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated February 26, 1861 Page 1
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THE NEW YORK HERALD. WHOLE NO. 8936. MORNING EDITION?Tt'ESDAY, FEBRUARY 2K IHtll. PRICE TWO CENTS. XlftCKlOjAVKOliS. T)Mara)BUT LINCOLN. PRESIDES T LIBOOLK. * FB?BiOE> r "Lincoln. DID YOU BEE UIMr DID Yol' TeB dim? BID YOU~BEE ITIMf DID you HEB HIM? DID you 8KB HIKY DID you BBeTiiS WHISCERB1 bid yod SEE" uflH WUI9KEB8* did you bee" ma WHISKEBBt BAKED IN HA WEEKS BY THE I'BE OF BELLINGIIaV>T onouent. BELLING HAM'S ONGCENT. bejlunghamT on u cent. BBLLINGHAM'S~ ongient. PETXINOT? Cm~ ojwext. BKlXI Nvi U \M S ONUL'ENr. BO YOD WANT WHI8BBRH? BO YOD WANT Wm#*illHf 90 YOD WANT WHlBBEiUiT BO TOD WANT WHUBERBt BO TOD WANT WHIfKKRdt ?o YOU WANT WH1BEBBB? DO YOU WANT WHIBMJSBB? DO YOU WaKT WHlHKKlUi? DO YOr WjlNT WBIeKBlllW bo YOU WANT WHIBlOUBt BO YOU WANT A MUSTACHE? bo YOU WANT A MUSTACHE? BO YOU WANT A MUBTAOHEt BO YOD WANT A MVBTACHEf BO YOD WANT A MrBTACHBt ?O, "So, To, DO TOU WAWT A mu?TACHBT IK) you want A MUTTACHB? do you Want a mi'8Ta<'uB? do tou want a mubtachbt bo tow WANT A MUBTACUBI ?BB BKLLINOHAM'B UKB BBLUNGHAB'8 C8B BBLLJNGBAM'fl CEiEBBATED CELEB TLA I ED CELEB*ATED BTCBULAT1NG ONGCBNT, FT1M U la tTnO ONGFENT, BTIMULATNg" ONGUENT, stimulating ONOUENT, BTNBT LATINO ONOUBNT, ?TIBULATiN?~ ONGUENT. STIMULATING ONGUENT, BTIBUIiAlTsG~ ONGCBNT, stimulating ONGrENT, STIMULATING*" ONGCENT, stimulating" onguent, STIMULATING*" ONGUENT, fob THE WHIKSERH AND HAIR. fbe fubacrtbera take pleasure in annovnetng to the dtiiena wf the UnKed Statee. vbai * have obtained tue amncy for, aad are now enabled to offer to the American pubUc tke above JusUy eelebratec and world rcnoaned article. THE STIMULATING ONQCENT IP prepared by Dr. C. P. Belllngham, an eminent abyelclaa of London, and is warranted to bring out a thick *r. of WHISKERS OK A MUSTACHE la fmn three to all weeka. Tht? article ta the only one of the kind need by the n'retich, ana in Loudon ana Parle it in utiivera-d u ?. It la a economical, aoo lung, yet a'lmnlatlng aom Mane, acting aa If by nap.: upon the roota, caualug a beautl tat crow m of luxuriant hair %hU la Oa inly artk-la baaed upon FHYSIOIXHaCAL PRINCIPLES, FBYdI0L0GICAL~rRINeiPLB8, PHYSIOLOGICAL" PRINCIPLES, PHY8IOLOGICAL~PRINCIFLE8, PHTBIOLOGTCAL PRINCIPLES, PHYSIOLOGICAL PRINCIPLES. PHY SIOLOGIOaL~ PRINCIPLES, PHTBIOLOMGAL PRINCIPLE?, PHYSIOLOGICAL principles, PHYSIOLOGICAL PRINCIPLES, WkWb kaa ?w been nreaen.ed to the public, for promoting a MaJthj growth af hair on a BALD HEAD OR BARE FACE. BALD HEAD~0R BARE FACE. BALD HEAD OR BARE FACE. BAID HEAD OK BARE FACE. BALD HEAD OR BARE FACE. Faiaaaa having tried the rartoua ureparaUona now flood! ag try. and having been deceived by them, ahould not be but Uy aoe b->x of BBLLINOHAH^} ONQCENT. BELLINviBAM 8 ONQCENT, BBLLINGHAM'S ONQCENT, bellinohaits" ongcent, BKIaLIRGH AM H ONGCENT, BBUIKGHAK S ONQCENT, BBLLINuHAM 8 ONQCENT, BELLINGHAR'H ONQCENT, BELLI NGIIAjTh OSQCENT, BBLJINUI1AM8 ONQCENT, la warranted to do all that I* claimed for It. If applied u> the aealp It will cure baldneea, and eaune to ? lug op In plaee ef tbe bald aputi a line growth of new hair. Applied aeeordlng to dlrertiona, It will turn red or Vowt hair ivt, and raatore gray'hair to ita original color?tearing It ?oft, aaaoeik and flexible. Tm Onaneot Ja an lBdlaprnaabte article In every genUe ?M'a tollai. eafli after one weok'a uaa they would aoi for aeeaatdetatM be wi'.hoo'. It. ? aaberlibera are tke oaly agent* for the article In the ed a tale*, m> wkoan all order* must be addreaeed. PRICE tl A BO*. FBICE 7i~A BOX. PRICE $1 A BO*. FBICB $1 ~A BOX. P1UCB f~A BOX. FEICE $1 A BOX. PRICE ~?l A BOX. PBIVB fl A BOX. PRICK $1 A BOX. ORE DOU.AR A BOX. ONE DOLLAR A BOX. BEAD THE TOLLOWINC1 FROM THB NEW TORK "HERALD. ? AlTBV?IO>r YOCNO MBN." We iwree'.re, by the edrertleement of Mtaara. Horace U Aegeman A Co.. of U Wiillein etreat, thla eity .thai the re ?r?ned "Stimulating Ongueut," Invented bi Dr Belling. *??). lor a h-althy nilm latlon In the pmli of beard or whlake'*, ha* njw had Ita American market conBded to their mt*nry Tbe high reptnaUon of th'ii ar.'ele In London, Pari*. I aatfl other eitlea of Europe. *?tn? to bare been fully jumlfl?4 by experience In ?hi? country, iA <? flnd that It* pia mea are re nah'wd airong all '?laeoee. a few weeba are aaiil to pr.ive It* ?tanat magi hI Influence* tm m the beard or whiakera The Brtttefc V<Titnte?r* have made eueh "ree tit" of It ae u? altraet tie attention of ;he Lon.inn Punch See advarjaenient of ~ MEOKMAN k ?)U. in auo h''.'c..uu.u -Herald,Nan day, Feb 17 |Mil AND READ THE FOLLOWINO, AND HEAD Tllh FOLfA'WlNQ, AND READ THE K.,LI^W1N.1, ABD BEAD THE FOLLOWING, . IROM THE srVDAV ATLAS.* SCCDAY ATLAS. _ SUNDAY ATLA8 Prarrrr ?w. wm^wtait.?naif the a'tenilon. at the Arnle ?7 of ",o?ie Mi HoMay alght, waa mm.'pi'Ured by a line WMH little fal'ow who <lt?pN??ii the m et magnlfloent whiak'r?iof th? aeaerm. Riafa-v> wan Utera'Iy coxorel?iho tnwer part of It at leaet?with heard ,f the Trry gloaalent lux a ria nee Woold be.lerad?yet wektow tb" fur. to be a?_that tb * mar >?') 'a'.-Nl tie whole of thle mantnlfloent (MP wltbin a few month*, front iheov>oi Ralhugbam'aeele braMfl atlmuiating vin^ieat Tbi* un lxaU^l nreparr.t.on for MoaeUOf tbe grow.R of_ wblakera anJ mtunarhM mat be CTml' 1*7 uST"**"1 * Utk? atraet?Sunday At ?I one' BOX, RP1HKT the FOB P4I.B Bl AM riHTTOOWTS Or a box af tbe Oague^i (warrant u, hare the deseed af faat) will be aant la aay who, \j mMl tarely yanfc?d, on rec-'pt of pr n and po^tagm ?> 18. Apply BORAOt I* RROFNAW A CO., pnr.iarrR *r , 94 WW J.I AM iTf'.R* P fORNRR OF rju&ca i IMPORTANT FROM WASHINGTON. Proceedings of the Peace Com missioners. Desperate Struggle on the Territorial Question. Passage if the Bill to Diieontiioe the Postal Service in the Seceded States. Passage of the Tariff BUI !? the Bene* TIE TEA AJTO COFFEE Til DEFEATED. MOVEMENTS OF TNE PRESIDENT ELECT. WIT OF HB. LHOOL* TO TIB CAPITOL. The Latest Speculations Respect ing the New Cabinet. The Conflict Between the Conservative and Radical Republicans, a?? a?., a#. THE OtiTCOIHfi AD9LU8TBATIO*. PASSAGE OK THE TARTKP BILL IN THE HOUSE. Wxhhwi.ton, Feb. 26, 1861. The Now. York delegation, led by Messrs. Cochrane and Sickles, fonght the Tar IB bill all day is the Boose, and drummed up men enough to Mibuster on every amendment. Finally they attacked the bill on the only vulnerable point for them?the tea and ooft'ee tax. Members had to vote for buncombe, for It would never do to make people in the back country pay extra for tea, aiid ladles must be taken care of. So a conference com mittee was secured. Even Mr Sherman kicked backbone, and voted against his party. Winter Davis was busy as a bee, and helped Mr. Sherman on the tariff all day. He Is seldom so active. TbeQtenatc will probably try another executive session tomorrow. THE PEACE CONFERENCE. Wahdi.ngto.v, Feb. 25, 1801. This lias beon a gloomy day in tho Peace Congress. ! Tho radical republicans, who are opposed to any settle ment, and v, ho bavo |?rsiHtcd in staving oCT voles upon all questions looking to adjustment, continued their oppo nit ion to-day, and from apr<eamnccs Intend to prevent a vote being bi n. The New Turk delegation, led by Dud ley KielJ, together with Mr. Chase of Ohio, and many of tho Now England dcl-gat^u*, succeedod in tholr move mentu in preventing a vow being taken, by offering all aorta of amendments, some twenty in number, to tho third soction of Mr. Guthrie's proposition. In nearly every instance they were votod down. The first recti on. which is Mr. Frank'in's substitute, remains as printed in to day's IIkhaid. The seciMid suction, which relate to tho acquisition of territory, ?fter being amended In many |?rtiouUrs, wa* passed over informally. Tboy then took up section thir l of Mr. Guthrie's plan, winch is as follows:? V itli.r the nm; tltution nor any amendment tlieriof filial! be construed to give Om^-rens power to r.viUto, abolish or control, w ithln any Mute or Territory of the rtilted States the relation established or rec/>(-uizod by tho taw- thereof touching per:;ons bound to labor or in voluntary nervsee therein, nor to interfere with or abolish lnv hmiary service in th Ki.trict of Colombia without tho cocs nt of Miu?y'and, and without tho consent of the owners, or making the owu- rs who do not consent just compeiis-titon, nor tho power to Interfere with or prohi'it lepie-eiitathes uttd Withers fr< m brine inp with tbcti to the city of Washington, retaining and taking aw:iv, ] '?!> >ns ro bouud to, nor tho power to interl? re mith oi :i?x. . h Invol'inUiry service in p'aces under the ? xelusive iuris<lUtK? of the I nitod s'tate> v. ithin these ?StUj - and Territories wh<>re the ka'uo is established or reroguiy.t , u<.r the pcw<rto prohibit the removal or tran-pollution by lani,se.ior rivor, of persons held to labor or involuntary service in any Plate or Territory of the I nit. ? Slau any otiier State or Territory then?of where It Ik rstablirhed or reoognizod by law or usage, and the right during trans|iortatioii of touching at port!, shores and landings, and of landing in case of distress, shall exist; nor sha'l Congress havo power to authorise any higlnr ruU- of taxation on persons bound to labor than on land. Thorn were no less thaii twenty amendments offered to this, and nearly the whole day was occupied in discus sing and voting upon them. They were uniformly voted down, lhe only one adopted is in regard to slaves in tho | District of Columbia. They aro to bo brought here only i for service, and not for traffic. The debate which arose in reference to one of the amendments. Just before they adjourn*<1, was very angry and cxcitod. A motion was mado, Id order to avoid what seemed a general smash up, to take a rec<?s until eight o'clock, which was carried. The feeling Is very general among the friends of ad justment thit all bope of coming to a settlement is ended. Unless there is a complete backing down on the port of tbe republicans at the meeting to night, the Conference will break up In j row. They are now In session B-\t this hour, tenjo'clock, the Peace Conference If still In session, and matters look more hopeful. Many of the delegates from th'' North, who liave heretofore acted and vot- <?? against a fair adjustment, are making conciliated speeches. It Is difficult to tell what will be dorm. There Is a settle*! determination to sit It out to night Mr. Greeley has been very active all day In strengthen ing tho weak, and urging his friends not to concede one lota. Do is in constant communication with the ultra men, and Is doing bis utmost to prevent a settlement. Tho Peace Congress was still In session at eleven O'clock, and gTsat anxiety Is expressed as to the result of this long deliberation. ILu'TWOTIk, Feb. 2t>, lHfll. The following extract from a letter fromadistlnguisheJ Southern member of the Peace Conference lias been re ceived at the office ef tho Amtri'tin ? As a matter of opinion I can speak. Peace will be pre serve! and the Union bo restored. Vfe have reached the l>ottom of our troubles, and henceforth our fortunes will be brighter. The Conference has mot and overcome the Territorial difficulties In a mode satisfactory to all the slave States represented, and we entertain no d<mbt but that we slciil overcome all other difficulties and reach a result on all points In the controversy to the satisfaction of a largo majority, and probably clo-o our Lalxjra on Tuesday. I cannot be more explicit. OUR CLAIMS ON PERU. Washwutom, Fob. 2A, lMil, The 1'rostdcnt will communicate to the Senate to mor r.'W the correspondence between the United States and fern, In relation to the claims of oar citixcns against th ? latter government. Tho documents will not bo trans ml'.ted with a special message, as was anticipated at an '??rller period of the session, but will be given to the public without any comment or recommendation to Con grew as to the moans proper to bo taken for obtaining the redrtffl to which the sufferers arc so Justly entitled. The settlement of our questions with Peru will therefore devolve upon the Incoming administration, and it Is to l>o lioped these claims will occupy the early atten t wn of the new Cabinet, and not be pormltted to lie over Indellnitely, to the gr^nt det-lment of tbe parties inte rested, who have already been kept too long in a state of oxpoctuiey. TTrnipt action to redress tho wrongs of r It hens of the 1'nlted States committed by foreign na tions is ipelnlly requisite In the present situation of af fairs in the Union, in order to prove to them that, what ever may be ourdlffbrencee at heme,the government has still the power and the will to protest its cltlseos and their Interest* abroad. WRh rsspoot to tbe correspondence Itself, wo understand that the documents contain many points that aro of gsnsrvl !nf rest as affw-.ting our commercial relations with *.?j; republics on the west coast of 9o*th | THE COMMISSIONER PROM MON'T^OtfERV. W\?iHjNt mi, Keb. 3d, 1641. Private advices rooeived to day from Montgomery ?ay Ukat very coos a Commissive er will l>o appotote 1 by | the Southern Oonfoderacy and be accredited to the near I administration, and that in tbo meantime no measures | wil) be taken with a vtew to dlniodeo tho federal forces j to possession of Southern forU. MISCELLANEOUS MATTFtS. Whm jtuvm, hb, 25, 1901. KK%nm m wikim (Mimn. Secretary l>:x has recently leeued the f blowing cr der>? John G. Rr??hwMvl, a captain m tbo revenue ??rv're, while to command of the revenue cutter Kcbf>rt MoQiel land! having,in violation of his ofikml o*th and of bin duty to tbo government, surrendered ln? vessel to the Mate of Louisiana. and 8. B. Caidwol and Tli >uum 0. totter, lJcuuuauw under bis command, having t*? n parties to the surrender, it is be obv Unected that their namei be Btr<cken from the roiln of mud survioo. By order ef thu President of the I 'olte 1 -ita'e?. JOUN A. DK, Secretary of the Treamiry. TRS SDCKVION KKKUSo 1.1 ALASUIA. A distinguished Alabamian, who was idontilod with the Bell and Kverett party, but is now a secessionist, writes to a friend io this city:? You may Fupposo that there is a cbanco to rebuild the Vnion, which bas been torn down rhoro is uono. Not only us tiicie no probability, but thorn is no possibility of i such an event. We do not believe that the North will ; givo us any substantial guarantees, and we could not : trust thimir they did The toea which soems t<> hive ! taken possession of the Peace Oobgrt-ra, a-t it called, : that wo will be satisbed with the prohibiten north <>r 30 ; degrees 30 minutes, and squatter sovereignty south of that line, Is a gross insult to our undcrsttuimg. Bo as sured we have no Idea of ac:eptin& my such terms. The truth is, and our frioudn outsi-ie of the u?ceding Stele* ought to be apprised of the fact, we have lost all bopo of un amicable adjustneut.aud are looking to the bayonet as the final arbiter of the dispute. run surniEBN rjLttnr smuuud. Colonel B. K. Stevenson, President of the Southern Pacific Railroad Company, has arriva l in Washington. Before he left Paris, ho made preliminary arran;;omeuts for building the road, but the contract cannot bo doped during the present troubles of this country. A mooting of the directors of tho company is to bo he'd in Louts viile on the 14th of March, and in Now Orleans on the 26th 04 that month. FRKI'AIIATKIXI. TOB PIO IWTCKTS. The Mayor of Washington has made such a deposit ion 1 of a portion of the police force as to arrest pickpoekots, who arc attracted hither by the largo number of visiters ' already here and those who aro to come. In conjunction j with the polioo of Baltimore, five pickpocket ; were re- i ccntly, it is baid, arrested in one day. THIRTY-SIXTH COHOSKSS. MCOK9 BE6610N. Rcaatt. Wi-iu\i ro\, feb. C5,1301. THK 01U> .ON WAR HKHT KllX. A mcnsage was received from tho Howo announ^ng the passage of tbe Oro^-on War J >obt bill On motion of Mr. 1-a.nk, (opp.) of (irogor, It wan mode tho special order for to morrow at half-put eleven o'clock. MTCMOkU If KKLATfV K T"' VHJi CHIMA Mr. Bkilm, (opp.) ofl'a., presented a number or pe titions Id favor of the Crittenden resolution*. Mr. Bigixr alio presented the resolutions adop'od by tho Pennsylvania Btato Convention. Mr. Senses, (rep ) of Mass., presented petitions from eitiz"n? of Mivseachusotta and Philadelphia vrain-t ?>m prom inc. Mr. frwrn also presented a petition from citlxens of Massachusetts asking Congress to enact a law Uiat no person t hall be held in servitude by the laws of any BUte, and that such persons now held bo decUrod froe. He said bo presented the petition because ho thought it his duty to do bo. It having been prencnted to btm in a proper oikI rospectlul form: but he would Uiko this occasion to dcoiare most explicitly that he did not bellove that Congress ha 1 any right to interfere with Slavery in the States. Mr. Tkimucu , (r<jp.) of lil., presented petitions against compromise. Mr. .lonwsos, (opp ) of Ark., presented the credentials ?r Charles h. Mitch* 11, Senator elect from Arkansas, tl.WXlTMI TKI KITOKV. Mr. flwaar, (opp ) of Mo , present**! a r>etitlon from tho inhabitants ol Daoo'oh, a kin for a rorritorUl govern mont. ? THk. !'?JhT. V1 H&RV WM, i> TllK HK(SDK1> OTATW. On nioiion of Mr. Wad*, (rej. ) of otaio. tho bill In rola tion to the postal service in tn? <yvu-d stat * was takon up. Mr. P' .vuck, (opp ) of Md., moved to striko ojt the *ord "ir.pnrrrctioti." Mr. Mason, (?pp.) of Va, said Uie word "insurrec tion *ii.' unknown to the constitution, and protoetixi spainst th* use of gucli a word. Mr. Vi (UK sai-t h' was wili ng to havo the causes of tho insurrection and resistance to tho laws assigned Ui the bill stricken out. Mr. l'earce's amendment was withdrawn, and the bill amended,on motion ei Mr Bayard, (opp.) of Del., so as . to conform to Mr. Wade's suggestion. Mr. Hkjiiujii . (opp.) of Texas, offered a substitute for tho bill. that, whereas, several State* have withdrawn from the l uion, and the laws of the rnited SiaW? no K tiger have force; thorHorc, roeolvod, that the Postmas ter (ieneral is authorized to discontinue the postal tor vice. an I make arrsiif. ments with the government of tho?e States in repaid to the same. After further discussion Mr. Polk movod to modify tho amendment so as to read ??mall the States which'havo withdrawn IroDi tin-t nion the Postmaster General shall have power to discontinue the iwtal Her vice. Lost, ^eas IS, nays 30. The que* tion w.i> UOc-ti on Mr llemf hill's amendmont. and requite ft ax follow:? Tt an?Mexxrs Bragg. cilnenuin, Green Hemphill, Hunter. Johnson or Arkon-ia*. L?ne. Mn-.n, Wigfall-C u ,A.4.*T,?'"'R".r"' Anlho"f. Baker, Jsavard, rtglcr. Bingham, mil V? fc,D t7' rtof*? ' rltteuden, Dlxrni. DrW UttK Ourkse, Kew>,len. Kitcb, F.?ot, Koster.Tjrlmes, Hale, "53?. ^"h,rr,n of Teuncsw e Kenaedy, Ring, Latham" Morrffl, IHeboiscm lVare?> Polk, Rjoe Seward; Hliara?ria, Tril?i?ar'a"> Thomson, Trumbull, Wade, WUkiua.n) The bill was thea fiaiwd by the following vote:? . T,!As^*r,riHiJbfll?y' Bi,T!er. Bingham, Chand Clark, toll^^^Crlttendsn I)i?on, ito-ilHtle, D< uglas, liurke?', Jfpmrndrti, Klteli, Foot, Foster. OriMS, flal?, fctar Un. .lofensrn of Tennei?e<% Kennedy, Kin*, Laihatn, MnrrlU, WmmoB?, t?umn?r, T<-u fc>ck, Thom?on, Trombnll. Wade, * ilkinnon, WUnon-.-W Hrag?, Bright, (ireen, HemphiU, Johnson of Aikan as, Ltv, Mason, NlchoiHon, Polk, Wigfsll?12. Mr. I'owhj l explained, lie said he would have voted Tor the bill to suspend tho postal servleo, but 1m could not vote for tho bill after it had boon amondod by givrng so general ? powor. 1HI MIM"K1t.?.NMi| H arittoi'llUTin* linj. Was taken up and the Scnato procoedod to tho consider*. ?l?? of the various amendment*' placd on the bill while in the committee. Mr. (Hum oflered what is known as the Chirioui amend ment. A question of oriU r was raised as to the right to offor It MJ*f ndment: and tho amenamont was reoeived. lsnth**KK,W ,n '',vor ?d?i>tion,at some Mr.PRAm v opp^od ft, and the discussion oontlnuod fw soiTiftime. Tb' sm< ndment wasdlssgrend to. Yeas 2H; n%ys 36. 10'*, (rpp.l of Min., offered on amendment provl I dlrj; for the establishment of a Custom House and Post ? at ,?t Paul. Minoisota. l/o?t. Mr.0i?aiom>, (r<p.) of R. I., offered nn amendment to rejieal tae provision in the act of 1m*0 whirh prevents the Pocretary of War from purchasing patented articles. Mr 1'KAitfa said thai it had boon rop< aled with the ex ception of Are arms, and he did no' want that repealed. Mr. Si*?oins' amendment, was adopted. tm TARr'r sn.r, A message was received from tho Mouse, stating that they had passed lite TarilT bill, insisting on certain *ir.i ndm< nt?, and asking a committee of conferonoe. Mr. I kakoi offered on amendment to alter the appor tionment of members of the House of Representatives, so as to divide the population by 2.18 instead of 233. 9'lHcusslon entuert Mr I'owsti. moved to adjourn. lost. Mr. f'K \ mck withdrew hts amendment. Mr I'osfix moved that the Sergeant at-Arms be directed to bring In the abe<'nt members. fl>ibs?eu"ntly ho withdrew hissmendment. and the bill was passed. TBRRTTOHUt, SI I TS. The Territorial bills wore taken up and made tho special order for le uiorrow. Adjourned. flowae mt Rfprrieitatlvti, Wtsnrv iTOR, Fob. 2St, 1861. TUB r/stn BIT J, The House met at ton o'clock, and, after tho usial mora ? ing business, procoeded to the consl.lsrat.on of the 8e nate's amendments to Uie Tariff bill. Paring an Incidental debate, Mr. I/rnwov, (rep.) of III., op|K*ed an increase of the tax upon Iron, either for horse shoes oi rings for the snouts of swine, and he proposed to reduce the duty on skates, which were ised by ladies as well as gentlemen for healthful exercise. Oe was tired of th ? insatiable ory of I'onnsjlvama for protection to Iron. Mr. Humors, (rep.) of T'a., said that skates were used by public nttice holders for skating away. (Taoghter ) Mr OsMrsmx, (rep.) of Pa., earn.'sUy denied that the bill was for tbe interest of Pennsylvania any more than f"r prudtierrs in all parts of tho oonntry. Mr. 1x>vuot joined Issue, denying that the producer j * as protected by the bill. Mr. Oox, (,?pp.) of Ohio, ma that the hll vm to h? IKjfevd thro-uh j? aorordanoe witb the wpublwaa pta' iot? H< cWfr i-jrij,a 11 jm tyrinny on ibo ?rtai West. <t ?i| ?ron; toS'ippiao th&t ;b* pro^ tbei e wan'- prot?-ti>>n ProCootMB w.w to benefit tbetrua irutmnrau. About ilftj of tbe <>ne -lunJr ?! <tn<l a,\iy unwlBMti vo>? lotej uu in Coaimittee ?>i' tho Whole, which, at om n .'lo k, NN p.irsuaiii to the previous order. and the en tire cMaj?'-t reported to tb* Ikmno. , Mj. Suhsx r r op ) .f tih.-o urjjed tbo n?0"?B!ty of coi currii'i in all C > araendm nts, to nuny of which he was opvoj^d, and un vr other cirounwtan^s would vote ajatitbem But he beliuvod tbo very eiSrteuce of tb<3 pi'veritment Iojk o.'h >n tbo prompt passage of tbo bill, who'll Vb ?ibatantial!j the act of 1S47. Wben the pr<v?eiit ?jtimttiB'ratRm omo Into power the public debt was twenty nino ni!!li"iifi, w >h nearly eight on millions in

t*>e treasury. B it nuA the pub.,o debt ia over ninety si v million*. Tho smallest puto.ble amo ;ut ?;> govarn n>' M c?n get ?Iotr w. h tfc ? n -xt '.'.seal year is Ut/4i|ht mil.k)!!!1 It was &necessity to pass .b:n b.ii. The tlouse then, au tho motlu of Mr. 81 pro i "iHied t'> a-', and'r theoperati 11 oftl, < previ u? quor um, ?n alt the amendment lb<> aaudment imposing a July of oue cut aad a halt per pound on OiflVe, and on tea uy.r cents, with the ad iiHKino ten per c*atum fed ,ul>ri m? is rejected by a vote < f .12 a^a-nst 147. tv-\< rai m.-n made brief au< hurric-l expUnttiona. Mr Kili .\n>n (rep ) of Pa.. said tb-1 republicans were Hitching in their auppir' cf Uk tariff at th mo n>nt IT tho bin went bock to tbo Honate it wjuid bo li st, therefore, ho would fc'ko trio \.p.tiai .ble amend ments ilotii > must be had to carry on tbo giverment ana execute tho laws, and ttilrt was the imly ohan' e tone euro specific d.ili"?, and at tho i .mo tim^protect o'.r suf toring indur'tr^vl loteroeta. To tkose great objocta tb?- people woul.i justify tbeni in imponinj; a tomporary du'y oc tea and coi'ee, wbieh waa to ho taken otf as *v<n as the public debt was ;n a fair way of bo.uK )i<tuiJato l. All auien< mei.ts aav the laat rehtivo to the wirob >us iry fjftom, bavng ^e- n auUdon, Mr. Buiot, l >pp.) of N. C , moved to adjTirn. Hr Sr.\NTt?R, (rep ) of Ohio, said If the gentlemen on the other sida wore resorting to flUbnatorlng for the pur V? to ot slaving ofi' the oouaideration of the vriunteier bill, be wautd re mud tliem that it had bism ixwtpon^i only vib the underfmoing that It should b> taVt-n up at one o'clock to-day, alt;r tho Tar at bnlh&d been iu x;muittee till that Mr Sk-mjw, (epu.) of K. Y., replied that the gent'.eman had t->iiren i?rf J the lay to tho protectioui?ts, and ibere f?> -e bo bad no r igh'. to '-oiDplain. Th ' motion to adjourn wai n sgatived. Mr BitiM-a moved to tahli tho naroho lae amendment, dr airing to bavo this regarded sut a test tuestiou on the bill The motion waa disagreed toby *? votoof 43 against 101. AO 'be Senate's ament m<inta wero concurrod in except the t'?x on tea and coiJie. The bill tborelore ao<'? back to th< Sepat<<. Mr. 8aERMji!? aukod and tho liouae ordered a committee of i nference, i n dim.;acting to tho vote of both houses on this amendment. THK i ORfT. wit. Mr. Staston called lor his volunteer bill, it being Uio order of tbe day. Mr. Pnniraat sis o'clock moved to adjourn, which waa negatived. Mr STAsrrof Buoc^'dod In getting up bis bill, which will be the Urst business ;?cted on to-morrow. Tiir CM Mr. WooTiarrv, frep.) of Conn.. rrn<vnt?d a petition from several hundred citizens of Middletown. Conn., re qui sting no action ho hod by Congress, tending to im pair or in any way alter tbo ? onFtitction, an 1 praying that the present eonftitution and Iaws be enforced and the honor of tbe countrv maintained against all rebellion and tr.'won. J>tid on the table. Tbo Rouse agreed that the hour of meeting hereafter be eleven o'. lock. Adjourned. TBE HCOBIM ADSraSTftiTIOX. f W>?trvGTOjr, Feb. 26,1H?1. *K. MJ?001?'S VBOT TO Tim CAITTOI. Mr. I ncoln Iim boon very busy to day revising hts ' message. Tho main points of it are aettlod upon. Mr. l.inooht devot-sl a portion or hia time to day to callers, and at two o'clock, accompanied by Mr. Sowird, ho v lei tod the Ponate and Ilouso of Representatives. lie j went on botli sidoa of oach Chamber, ;inil waa vry re Bpoctfnlly received by the democratic Heritors nnd re preventatives. But vory fow of them declined to bo introduced to Lira. The member* of the Flo;?.< m tiio republican side were introduced to the Pretldect elect by tho IUn. I'Demon Hher.dge, of Tonne*M?. Mr. Itheridge and Hon. John A. Gilmer. or North Carolina, nra understood to be t/n the slate for 'iabinct app >inliu.vt? After lea ring the iioor of tlj.! Bo ? Mr. I, ma?lo a formal call, la company wlti Hon. Join R (U^kinand Coy. Swrard.npfln tho Clerk or U; - c>: I irnoy, ana aa? owa.aU/ iwoeivod. Tlic 'elation was pr i? w'.i n Mr. I oil -o-I tli two (bombers, espe .ally ? t! ! ri. Tha rui>h or member* from fi> r'u? ic.-w H,.| to greot biin,ami tho excitement oon?o<i<iont th iv i?on in the ''' ' P"'' * atop to all b'm.nc3.i, and wj jn btcatmo th? fubj etof nuny jocose remarks by the democrat* wiio w>ro oxpMning fheir votes (>n the tnrtf i Face* in Washington ,.ra worth while studying, aud Mr. S-ew >rd (I, an bo o-iortod Mr. 1 inr ila through tho C ip'tol to day, wart 'j-iy radiant Tl'e " irrepressible" Venator think/) he ha* J I.ineoln H ire, an' delights in Introducing him to everybody, or the >wie principlo wliich loads children to din,day the r n?w toy ? Jl the Mouse the democratic and Sot tb-?rn members were very amloua to soo the Preadent eloct, and were pleaeantly disappointed In hia api? u-an. .. Wcrday tho Illinois delegation arranged to vlait Mr. Lincoln, but Mows. I.ov?\joy and Farnsworth. who were lnriteu, de clined to go, and looked all ,Uy aa if tb sy tad bo-n fed on vinetfar. While at tho Cnplto! Mr. i.In^oln pn hia iiip6'ic to the Jnstlrfifl of tho Supremo Court in their c 'nsuiU'.ion room. *r. usrcir.v's aurot rut. 1 rim ablo to state positively that a compete sk?>el/.n or the inaugural waa prepared in Spr.ngfleM an I brought on to this place by tho Presidentelect. In the part Ion re toting to national afl'a'rs, tb? obligate of the n. w ud ministration to execute all tho fodoral laws in all parts of the Union as one of its constitutional duties is firmly as serted. In reference to the compromise ?juo-dion. none or tho propositions now i*mding before Con^reee an l U?c Peaoo Conference was directly endoraed; but the calling of a National Convention for tho adyi-tmont of tho (pre sent differences between the two surtjoiv of the country recommended and a readlneta c-xpreftacd to aiitdo by whatever moamre it would agreo noon. It is, however, more than probablo U?.t the observa tlon* of the President elect on the journey from Spring fl?ld, and Rlnoo his arrival here, will induce him to modify this original draft. Rut whatever Ui?vio modillcatiotw may be, 1 but indicate the firm conviction of bis most Intimate fronds In snylog that ho will not embody a re cemmendatlon of any suggested comjiromiee or aion in his me?ngr. ??. i t.fcm.v's cATi'Mrr. There appears to be a growing conviction among many prominent republicans, that an impression auguring well for a cot dilatory and conceding policy of the miming administration wan made upon the President eloct ?i u*, dfjim-r given by Mecea H. OrlnnMI in hia liroor during his sto7 In yo- r city. Tho impos'ng array of or<mmerctol and fU'aneial cmlnen. >s of oonierviUive ten dencie* on that oocan:m is looked upon by the rrvxlcnie friends of Mr. Llncaln as a most judiclo u and tim y do moist ration, and denouncod by tho r.licalsna a dis creditable pieo of raeTeAnti'e dlplome^y, It is likewise assorted here, with a good deal or v snranoe, that the opposition of tlie fniau..,U tui,'r.%ieM of the fmplro City to the appointment of < nator>r. n to tho "ecftar) *b'p of the Tr :v?:ry was rado ap|- nt during the political break ait, anJ ?? ,i I r.?d the ? J> : .u tion of another party m- re than i -oi ? Dowever this may be, It la now -.orti n thit nothlr.,; definite w;ll be made kurwn r r-itrn i?>lh. . t'CD of the Qibmnt, bey ;ud th > ?,>j>oiiituici t of rd and Rates, until alter '.hi Ina ra' >r. Th Cabio' tof Mr. I.i.,coin will U' ni-t. n< the foll'TWing shape ? ?e-retar> af V?r . ard. ? ? N*. Y. Pecreiary of the rroaanry Mr. am r % if I't ?-cre?ar7 yf * r .. .} V-^Uyt of *y.,or I Mintux-i --j rt!alr, : M l. Sesrftary of th) Navy Mr ?o:>e, f tVmn. Pe-ietary or tha Inter or... Mr. ^mltii, of tod Pos' l,eriv,.,| M-. . :n-' I, ,*t Tmn. Atturnoyueneral Mr. Rntee oi Mlsoouri. Whrn Vr. I ia.nln waa a: "la-r^lj rjr the ti-x. rnor, Attorney ;?*i?ral and other .nijiA.M of thabtate of Penn -7lvanla ws'ted upon Mr l.incalr! -td assured him that th" opponitloti to Mr. Catnor ?n was n-t war t< , led and lial benn wtthdrawc. Thie ^>vea Mr. Camei'io a ei<H?r field. Another report as to the looatru -twn of Mr. 7Jaooln'? ' ah -n?. iij is follows - ' ' 'ArI '' :'1" ? Mr. s^ward. tUirnay Cl"-r>rn vT *' 'r"i ^ }' " N'") ? Mr. ?"n?r H V. a "?ar> f !V. Int-rwr. Vr C. B. Mm h, oflnd. 'a 't"r ?, iiv.i ar, We'M. r tarj 'f tvi ? "Vrasnry. Mr. Chmeron. ' t- r i rTar: ;* miking ;> get Mr. Rank* into theftb !D?t: and U may mtcovtd; If so It w- J boat the txpen*a of Mr. Welles, of Connect* uU Frtui * AiUt-w a also being i>t onsetl by sumo of bis irxsiids. A targe dekgation fNn MirjiUit) i> '-h*' k "-'1'*1 Klf Hei^y Winter Ha> is lor a pos.tton .n the e*.:>.i ?-, w ? on Mr. Lincoln t?-Uaj The irgent of too Biai family, In iwhalf 01 Montgomery Bii'r, for a - -in-wr potion, will iuteifere w :th the sncces* of r?-.\ i=? for iv Cabinet position, hut he wi'J probably bo twdered a foreign mission, or a scat on the Suprerre bench. John Hell, of Tennessee, arrived hero this < vw. /u. atai is closeted with Mr. Uncoln. It in uutariuv<? ho Us been or will be tendered tb? position of ?*r:-'iiry of War. Ho will not accept without conferring '*his delegation. If the President elect hatt t adored i ?u this position. an it is aBHortod he has by the p*ic? r. ? ?.? Htonori from Teime see. it "how* pretty o - v.<ly what policy ho inuuids to purriue. David Dudley l ield, Hiram Barney, anu othe ? ' v*> lently opposing Mr. turner on for tbo Cabinet, v 1 ?loot ing a|>on tli'* appointment ef Govcrmr CbaF'. To ''Aim pliah thiK the members of Congress from Ohio surte1 t petition to day in ftiasc's favor, but met with indifferent suiveis. If Chase should go into the ih ' tu torship from Ohio will hkoly find in tho city of' vieiBiiatl a suitable parsonage. Thou tho it. vi tent elect n-i> Lave the pleasuro of seeing his friend OurVcy adorn-i with Senatorial honors. If tho opposition of the Greeley and Bryant, wings against Mr. CUmeion is successful, theGei.eral' y. ? ' no doubt will, und a place either in the War crNf.vy iHi partment. Senator Wade is very hostile to Chase's app<iRtmont to a place in th" Cabinet, and prefer* ami urtjee IkiviJ K. I Carter, of Ohio, a republican with domo-ratii .uit?ve deuts, for tho purpose "1 defeating Chase. J'hu rib r mm,however, stands better in tho opinion of Vr. ?.: oolu than any oilier candidate yot proposed fr^mi Oh '? The light between Mr. Seward and tho extreme r- pabll cans hourly increases in violenc. Which side wdl ho obliged to yield is not yot precisely apparent. linn. Thaddeus Stevens, and other extr-me ant: com promise republicans, will call on tho l*resil?*)t e'e . to morrow, to remonrtrato against the appointment o. Mr. Cameron to a place iu tho Cabinet The struggle for tho ascendancy between IU radicals and the conaorvativcs, as to which shall coutro.' Mr. Lin com In ttie construction of his Cabinet, is carr I ? ? With j great vigor. The former, from Uielr appe..raj; u, aro not only hopeful, but sanguine of ultimate bucc*' It is uudcrsUxKl that fourteen republican -niters liavo united in a petition protestxg againft Mr. Seward's ap pointment as Secretary of State. Thero is a m.ich larger force iu tho House who aro working like beavors to oust him, and if they runnot accomplish tLe.r ob>*<:t, to foist surh men upon Mr. Lincoln aa will be obn.'iious t.? *?>ut tor Seward. The ltesldent elect listens attentively, but U pr'-t'^ml ly silent as to what ho Intemls to do. He t.?s inti;nat?d ! protty cloarly to those who have Ulked with l im, thAt ho i will act upon hit own judgment in Ui? fe.iy-.uon of h < I const itntional adviser?. It is well known, and names will tw given if nov n-sory, that certain denux:rats are onwag-xt in re. in'>v>n1iiig persons for iwsitious In Mr. I inooln's Oale.rot. S"Yoral , democrats who havo been atked to lend theii n hiivo refused. mh. tjncoin's Rr'wniw To night Mr. Lmoohi held a sort of informal r< - j><?in( and T was surprised to see this pair of ultras standing bo ' foro Old Al>e for som?'time, and the who!e trio ^mi .n^, ' not pleasantly, but with that forced mirth which p?iple assume when they foel uncomfortable. Mr I -ncoln did not aak them tobeetvitod, but told them a story abo-it tho light.-< which used to l>e plv;ol in tho do mo of tlie Capitol, and against which all sorts of birds knock-vi out their brains. Home one remarked that the foul bird1! wre now to be kno-k?vl down inside thoC'pit'i!, an<1 Mr. Lincoln became suddenly serkms. in a new suit of black, with neat boot, an l okvui shirt, Old Abo kxiked jiositively handsome. The So thern la dies stopping ut Willard's say ho is as rough a3 a bear, and certainty he don't stund much on d p ity. Ith jik ho fools oonstrainod at bis f irce.1 silonco, an I .' inxious to relieve himself by s|N?iking his mind. Ilr. Lincoln's coldness toward the ulfr/is, uud Mr. tjeward's fsmiliarity. nr?> t!*> grocndi f -r t: i n mntof comer-mi c. T! things havo m ich nlirmol Mr. Ore<'ley, who c.-me on t) day, und has Ik?mi yiug alxmt town like ? comet, lie Uv not b-nsn Oft ujht Biar Mr. Lincoln yet. To frienils he remarked sarcvni?viliy upon Mr. IJncoln's flight, l>elieving, like Tli?"( I 1 Htevet*;, that he (t-rooley) would have oome Um> r m j. b it was politely r' .| i?'*-trtl to mnonber St. I/iuii? m ? lecture. Olllee so'iker.'generally attended Mr. I. IMS' 'it's recep tion. -Is each entere<l he said?"I have m)t you at 40 and so," and extended his hand. Mr. Line >Ut said "'Veg, 1 remember," grinned and shook hand*. Hut was nil. SKKITAL OP 0U1CK MOCK KMX. Vklllard's iscri'wdfsl with Western iry ofn> of wlmm carries an axe to grind. So many Western aen were never seen in Washington hoforo, an ! all e\|?'et oflictt'. If Mr. Lincoln's administrat ion i -compUshiw nothing else, it will at ieaM. civllUe those people. The ladles Imo be^un tho work already, and tho young Prince of Rail* I .Incoin hat been taken 111 ctargn, and promenaded by fair dames up and down th" hotel cor ridors. Colonel 1 lis worth, i>T the Chicago l> *vc". Is alsodifl tinguishing himself this way. His name luuld bo added to the list of ottloe soeker-i, for he i? ready f? ?n . thing, fr,.m Secretary of tb? War I^'pcrtm a to !>? >?' keeper. Mr. Llncols s pirty keoji open boiis? at WHW<l'.j. >!?? IJncoln tells g<*?l st/iries. ami th"> an trytng t-> ' ik ' t < army of othce seeker* In a<lvaftc??. In additioi to those already nam<*l i? * oi J! t*.l " f>? the ollloe of Marshal of the IMstrlCt Of r?lo>nhla, is tho Intimate Iriend of the ltesi lent elect, Judgo Oavi'i l>a\ of Illinois. The otl.ce is worth tlfte''n Ui-i iAu.d d iUnrs per annv.m. and in the pmitoti Its hoi lor sti.'id?i I- ward the President as does the I^rd Hljrh tli iniber! i I land toward the monarch of Great Hritatn. Mrs. Senator Douglas w> day l?td l"rr-,? t"> Mr*. Lincoln, ar.d their tnterriew was truly p u- int. Pre/>dent Iincoin this evening dined witli Henry Wai ter l>avl<>. John A- Kennedy, of N?w Nurk, w? ?i tbo Boor of House to day. lioracv Grocley arrived thi.? evenll:^ a ' i' ir.iOiUal 7 called upon Mr. Llnooto. Mr. liarris, ft'nat<T olett from Now ? ikS, uul family, i arrived to day. I rauk P. lUalr, of MIsmouH, arrivi l tn-ilay am) Uvl an Int^-rvlew with Mr. I.ncoln. THK BALTIMORE WOT. WORK ABOVT THK COI'F DB PIl'J' O MR. IiTMCOUf? DCTAII.* OK THK PLAN FOR > r i>*? RCCTIO*? KKW YORK nKTKCTIVKM AT W >?'? <OM* OI THE . OV?PIRATORH IN TJII* CITY, W., KW. WA-irrt ?>, Fob. 05, IM1. Mr. Hnroln having sof'Iy arrive' . hin d?vuinat>oii ml hwnmo partially doraiciliatod, c'wm ro boing raaJo to niinv! tho nifdi-tro'H plan by whi'.h hit I fls was to bo doetroyod, and, If rnwsary, th?-> liroiof all In bin BUito. Tl??> fact* ar? inwlnnlly bo-ornlng known, f rom Uirme IhiM far dev It appears that th? plot wad concoct-4 la lialtimore, and, tolng ilinooTProil by a d'ltoetive oftlojr, wa* by him oomrminiratod to two or thrw leading ropub liritiw, inctudin* Mr. Hrward an*' Thirkrw Wood. Aftor ward* it known to Mr. Jud?i, of Uio ProsidontiaJ party. <>n Thi r-"lay last, the inM'.'geno<t having b<v>n pri vate'y forwarded to Now York, .wrer-Al d-itortiv* w?r<t at once Pont from that city to "oafar and ooopnrtvto with thoee who ba>1 tho matter originally In chargo. Mr. One ral JopriBfc ndent Krnnody aud <Imamie?tonor Acton wir* aim on hand. Totfoth'T they <n?c<e? in ferreting out the dotal* of the r ??plmcy, and -nough han b<v>n made known to g'.vo tt, in the tnmL .f theae bmd , a fuik by the aide of the moet Infutiiotii ita*un>ttt ever mad > up<m human life. Tho information Uiua obtained by Urn dotoctiv* wan corum: initiated to the frpnidontial larty while on Ifcetr way to Trenton and !'hUade!ph.a, and when in the Uuur p ao? the .whole matter wm thoro ghiy diecuaaed and tn !y/ed. Mr. l.iwoin wm arged by ha frienda to go from Philadelphia dlwotto Waahingtoni but in ?r tor to carry out an much of ha programme aa poaalbW, and at the eamo time to avoid eictng the ?\iapV,oo of the cymnptnUore, bo leclded on pTV0?d'.ng toHarriabuTg. By ihe advioa of Seward, Judd ai. 1 other rqrcblkMM, t wm arrangod ? hat a', that potBt a apaelal train *<wwV. ae takes for Phi a,l?lphU again, whence ha wan to prated to Waahingtoe Th? ->iblr are a)r?aly aware of the manner of hie da par to re from Hamburg?ta? Soot heap aad plaid ?k>ak tt 0 embarkation tn this illwnlM, Uw night Jonrwy, and the gioat u*touutUmont of the people at Wl unexpected arrt\ al in thin city ob the mornmg of Saturday. Tt ''be charges of conspiracy have created ths put ? "t cMitcraent throughout Maryland, and especially in liatiimore, where a handful of repubtieaefl intended to receive him with eelat, get hUa Mfely through the city, anil then hag all the offices. In tho rl\ ilriw growing out of the probable passage through Mary laud, three or four dekgations tcroed up rcHtly to tio 11 to Mgretaibiu u> the ('resident, dreadfully perplexing Wood, theCommissary Gonoralof the party, otiii it wa* while be was in doubt what to do with these different delegations before him at Hirrisburg that Mr. I.tiiro'n was half way on the route to 1 lukulcitphla. It le .-Bid that Wood has not yet recovered from the shook be reoehc>>l at the dike >very. Tin' exact uiod*' in whi<'li the eonspirators intended to rnnMut.imatc their design* has not yot transpired; bo* tnough i. known to be satisfactory that elttior an infer nil mm hino was to be placed under the cars or railway, like the Omul attempt upou Napoleon, pr some obatroc tion upon the track whereby the train would be thrown down an emlxmknvmt at some convenient spot; and tliat if thine failed, thou, on the arrival at flalti more, during the ruah and crush of tbe crowd, ae at JiultUki, bv knife or pistol, the ai^aaMMination waa to bo effected. It lion also been ascertained that two or three ef tbo run^pi!.'torwore tn New\ork on Wednesday, the 9Mb in*t . w telling the oourre of events while tbe President elect was there. Theseare but a portion of the farts*, btit when the w bole have bt>.-n revealed it will appear thai It waa one of thr most diabolical and desperate attempts toprectpi t t<? th' country into revolution that has be n attempted since th- .ittnrk by Ondni upon l/>ms Napoleon. Wi?uwiiw, Fob. 25?P. M. 1 have fuller informat.ou which confirms the above so far as tie movements of the police aro cuneercoo Mr. Kennodv, tho Chief of your polioo, loft Now York on Thursday, and Cbinmlasioaer Acton on Friday, on this business. 1 have another foct which shows tbe fuarg of tbe re. publican Uaders. Thurlew Weed had Ave hundred picked men In the gallerien of Congress whim tbo electoral vote was counted no tho 13th inst. Thoy wore socrotly armed and admitted by a special pass. ATTEMPTS ON THE LIFE OF MR. LINCOLN. We have already quoted from tb? Lalayette (Indiana) J iurral an aoeour.t of tho timely dWcnverv of an obstruc tion placed on an Indiana ratlrca I, with the evident de sign of throwing off tbe ?]**.? lul train which convoyed Mi', ijncoln's party. The Syracuse Journal ot" Saturday evening has another dovelopomeut of a similar charac tor. It says:? We have been informal by gentlemen conn oat ed w:tb the Party of Mr. Lincoln since bo left homo for Washing ton <hat there were several attempts to take his life made dun03 tbe .journey through Indiana and Ohio Tho cum whleh UirtateneJ th i most serious oonsorpioucen took pk-tcr oil the Presidential trnln l> aviiw Cincinnati, when a grenade of tho most dostractive character was dlece vero 1 in the car occupied by Mr I.incoln, his Ibmily and perssaal friends, it was mad i> a small carpet bag, which had been ii nnwited in a seat of tbe car by eom? unknown person. Attention was drawn to ft from the fact that no baggage WIL? allowed in tho cars. On erSBJtmtlon, tho gr'-njidj concealed in tho carpet bag was dtu verod to bo ignited, mid ho arranged that With in fifteen minutes it would have exploded with a force sufficient to havo demolish"! the car and destroyed the lives of all persons in it. CK" course the "infernal ma r.h'r.e'' wu* npeedily removod and properly dunned of. OM) 1HE HUNG IN EFFIGY IN THB MB tbopolib. No little excitement wan created at tho toot of Perry street yesterday morning by the effigy of I.tnooln hanc tn^ from tho masthead of the sloop Motto, hp? uii Skipwirth. <;uite a crowi! coon collected on tlie wharf, which the police tried in vain to dis perse. linally H r^eanl Dnvourney wont on boitrd the Motto, and in an authoritative m inner ordered the figure to be lowered. Contain Hktp worth refused to com ply with the request, on th>' ground that tt o police had no bustnt? to Interfere In mieli matters, fiuvo.irney thcr upon railcl several polieeiiicin to his avlstanoe, and rurJi In" upon the biidneiouB oaptain ejirried hlrn 01 to th? I' '!)<:?? Court. Th' c;r-ui oasis up tx foro Ju?ii<?? (biinoily, aad ? veatually ended in tiie relMtse of tho Hkipi>-ir oa his pnxnfor to li'wer lh" ??!!.vy. Tie- |K>Uce lollowed tbe e*p. tun dswn to tho wharf, tn or?tor to aec that ho fnifilled lit.- prcn.i-e, nrol soon afttirwards tiad the satisfaction of hearing oil the obnoxious image. IMPORTANT NEWS FROM TEXAS. Surrender of thr I nitrrt Mutes Property to till' Authorities of Trtit. Nr.w Oui-Kaji*, Feb. 25. 1861. Th'- iimKrty of tli" I nll'xl States in Texas hi* boec quietly mrrondered (o th" Stat" n ithorltioa. Tho federal troo|? Lave bi^o allowed to kvtve Uk State, all facilities being afforded thoiu for bi doing. TV Fie/ed property wv sainted Its value in estimated at $1,300 000. Washi.v?;i*w, Fell. 25, 1HCI. Tin- War Department received ? (toypatch thia morning from Now Orleans, xtutlng that tlx; Tevia papers con tatn>'d th" announcement that Gen. Twiggtf 1.mI fur rendered to tho T>iub authorities hi- entire uimmtid, with all the winn, Mtorvn, m.. This Intelligence produced considerable excitr menl about the War Department, and to the geiicrnl themo of convrsatlon urnon*; army oMcar*. Neither Gen. Fcott nor Col. Cooper ertdit the report, Mid before any action ie taken w ill await oAeUl IntelII S'fc ? i.i ... Twlggi wuic t !xd>- aiiK' ?dfed to be relieved from rlii'' <> irmand, and a short tlmi ago diuiputrbca wore for wit '.<td pi h.m grantiii, !??- request. The latest new> r m I. iTi minted tiat lie v, .u- ? i hi* way to New Orleans. . ; ! Is- ri-mi'inb*'r?*l lluti II* WeorgU Convention t< ? <i !? d liim tho ponton of Commander in G?il?f of the tn ? ??f that Plate. N'EWai'ArER ACCOUNTS. mm i Mr or nmnutit. rwiu?? to thk orrionw lO TtK I'NITRD KTATKB AKMY IN TKXA?. HuoqraKmm. DrrAKTmar or Tmus, 1 Sw Arroxio, Fob. 7,1MI. f S ,?11 m commanded l?y Uie Cimmanding (xaml of lh< ilpmlment to addrev" you x* loilowa:? fh. r'<on am hat passed the ttonventlon ?f the Slat", to take efoct ou the 2d day of March nest. Nothing l a? been heard at these headquarters an to the ?IVrpoxHliti of the troops The General v'cmmdnding h> ron-ie Bto applications for ordsrH, or intimitlioa from W.'i-I ti von art to wlial iv to be dour, but ban roceigedao .in^W'T. You will therefore continue to do duty M usual until further orrlcia, but prepare to move at a short notice, reduejjf the b*Fgag> ae ni'H-h ax possible. If tb?i General Commanding knew at thM time bow the Iriioir are to be dirjKWd of jou would be Inl'nmed, but he dooa nst. Ho will, however, remaUi with ihem until something le dorc, and attend to th. tr comfort- aa far aa circumsUneca will permit. I .an, air, very respectfully, your obedient ser vant, W. A. NK IHiLS, Afft Adj t General THV TKITKl' ?T \TKS TKOOr* ON THK RIO ORANM. The Htowr vule eoi r< cpundent oi tb? New Or'eons (Y?*?9it, L'i i.<e letu r of the 7ih mat. raya of the tailed ftatea t - ..>j* there acdat other point* nenr by, and oum ln-rle;* eome 400 well drilled men ? Texiw ne?id?i ut arav iu?t about of *trong a* tlut now In h> r territory, ai.J I thoik it would be tlx- beft thing ir nh> adopi-il I'ucle Sum'a contract*, md aooeited tho tore*a la thi* State under Ova Twlgg* into her nor vice. Th?> troop* at this pLfo and on lb" river have net been paid up recently.and art In n rod rtateof discontent, if i am to bellev" general r 'port. Their nKiutlon Is peculiar, for even If they rentinu ? In their present servlcn there W< no t"lling wh' n tliej will be paid. .md If they leave It, they are bore without u doiiar.and they do aa* know what pi tiiUtle* might fo'li ? them. They are tn?n cape bio of mi ling, of good tlunklng faculties, In receipt of tlie n< * -pel er: , ami tbey would be a remarkable clans If they could keep from forming onticlusMM as to tkn pre i nl crisis. Manv of th? m ir>? Southern nx n, other* are favoriiMe to the Aomh. an I hut few of them arn attached to the North. It la imp? oblo to make such men an chines for carrying 'tut tie follies of old Scott. The garrl<K>n here has been expecting to teoeive marrh log orders I.t every ntesmer. hot, as yet, nothing haa l>een done, f ?uppoe?' tluit the government <l'?e* not In t?nd to call the tromv nway from here, for this tore* would be Infective eWliem to acoomplisli any great inirpcno, and If the I nitod States government intends to use fnrce, It would be the meet sonf<ible idea to hare tl?e n troops bore, where ooerclm will be as necenanry a* e|?f>where, and proofed at once to call out the militia. Moreover, It to decidedly <!oul.tful if tbe foroe on thlg river at prenent cnn bo troved away witbout the men are paid; and If all the rfport* are true, t'nele .-tarn ban not the hfcesanry amount of snonduilx to do this with. It to very well sallied now that If tho present federal fmce Is turned over to the State by fleneral Twiggs, at Ran Antonio, most of tbo men will Immediately enltot under the Ttxna banner, and we shall hare the same pro lection aa ever. If not, it has been officially sot Had that Texas rangers wlU be In the field at a moment's Mttoa; and two or three oompanies of rangers nt> this frwttor i nder Ren MoCnUoch woul l soon produco grand results 8ALUTK FBOM FORT BUMTFA R*' rwoaa, Feb. 29,1MI Iha CiarlMton Omritr of the and, received hers, ssg? tlwt on WMhlngton's birthday Fort Svater be*:*?d fwtfc Its saucy salute of thirty foor guns.