Newspaper of The New York Herald, March 26, 1861, Page 3

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated March 26, 1861 Page 3
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tor OjMiteBtoD; 8. (I 9pju6 few ?>f tbs party arf> yorng ! ?eti cf TfSpecUbte C:oaecttou, wba tetve besn t>it'.en by i ? ueeve lor military {lory, but the majoiity of the d* , lt.i tireut tii im4?> :<p of the worst claae of onr population ] W ;iiv twi?'t?d?w*cy cm fn* Uiem to any ?ervV?a?le P'ir wM nthieve what toe My baa failed to acoomiHUb I klD POR SOCttBltM VOl.TOTKMi CO* VAX I *8. U<pUMi J< hn wnitg, <*r Yicktburc, has sij<niiied die Iqj Vlimm i? pretest tl 00$ to each of thu volunteer o impv ?>? *? that city wti?ca b?ve tenure* their ?f.rviose to Ice ':tate. J & RIVAL W PRESIDENT UHCOLlfS ENVOY AT CHAHLIWroN. OMutfHM, March 25, 1861. Ooknel <WW H. 1jub<A, tlr Lincoln's former law partner, ts to town. 0a Yegistered hie name at the Cba< tenon Hotel as ft<nn Virginia. He hn an interview this Toranttm with <tovw*ior Pickens, sod vts iu JJijor Antierson this afternedfc Hie mission is on of paclAca I ttta. ' S. 'fltarlbut, formerly of Charleston, Secretary to Colonel ltttat?> Prtsi Jent'uincoln's envoy, who arr.ved here lut mi(tb? > dative to the evacuation of Fort .Sumter, w ar ?***.' d for debt-Wniraoted boom years since. CuAMj&r<m, March 25? P. M. Ostanel Lateen had as interview with Governor Pickous '?ad General Beauregard iht umnring, and left in compa ay with OeMcel Duryea for Fort Sumter. The spinton in prevalent that Major Anderson will evn nuate Fort' Sumter on W?dnee4ay of this week. How tw, MMuie la to be determined. OoL Udmo viaited Fort Boater to-day, bat nothing 4eftotto?1s known as to the reeait. He r stoma to-night, and say* be hopes to return to Washington lmmedMtety. Be was "well received by Governor Pickena, and thia alternate be la to haw* an Interview with Gen. Beaura ?THE VIRGINIA STATE CONVENTION. Hicmmohd, March 26, 1861. m the Convention today, Mr. Bruce ooatiaued hie ?p* ch, showing that (be Morrill tariff would 'be ruinous Irginin. He favored the an ultimatum to Ifeo North with the alternative that Virginia shall sejede IT It shall be rqjectod. The queetien was put on striking oat the report of tbo Committee en federal He tat lions, and Inserting Mr. Oar Male's substitute. Mr. Wise desired to speak, but was ' ? pnyH-caliy untitle now. Ho occupied middle ground, en deavoring to reconcile hostile sections. Bjo debute continued until the tecees, without a vote. The Committee of the Whoto refused to strike out the ' majority -report and insert Mr. C trlisle'g Peace Conference subetitute? 1'16 to >4. Mr. Carlisle moved to adjourn rint Hit, pending which the Convention adjourned <111 to morrow. There 4s some excitement bere, in consequence of or ders having been reoelved at the Bellona Foundry from Ifasbington to send guns -to Fortress Men roe forthwith. TH* GEORGIA fiTATE CONSTITUTION. Washimoto!*, March 25, 1861. It war the new Georgia constitution which the State Convention ratified. The Confederate States constitution was rain ed a weak ago. ?itrMnliMry Mid 'Inf?BlMii Attempt at Bmrit Robbery. About ten o"clook yesterday morning an extraordinary snd ingenious attempt at robbery ?u discovered by one of the employes of the New York Exchange Bank, coroer of Greenwich and Dey streets. One of tbe porters, it ap pears, was unable to. unlock tbe vtutt door, an 1 reported tbe trouble to One of the officers of 4he bink. A blaik - smith was sent for, bat it was only by tearing a way a portion of the brick work of the massive structure .hat egress oeuld bo obtained. It was evldeat that some per son bad been tampering with the vault, and thn officers commenced an examination of tbe premises forthwith. Ob epening tbe loner door of the vault tbov were as ton'sh 'd to find a bole in the floor ewAicienMy large to admit a medium sized man. A farther examination showed that tbe cavity extended in the stupe of a tun sol under tbe entire ballsing, and ended in the bias * meet of s little frame -building next door to the bank. Tbe tunuel which connected .tbe frame building withv i tbe bank vault was over seven fee '.in length, and must * fcave cost an Immense deal of trouble to the miners. Ibe safe, which contained between three and four hun 4 led theasand dollars in notes, specie and circulation, sras found to be intact. As attempt hid been mode to bore into tbe outer work, but the burglars f^peared to bare succeeded poorly and given up the thing In disgust Jk tin box, containing about $1(080 in uncurrent funds belonging to a broker named A. L I'eck, was found to be ?aiMing; however. It hid been deposited In the vaul wierely , and Cell an eaay prey to the daring thievos. Information of the affair was immediately sent to the General Superintendents oAee, when deteotive lirfprtfl asd others wars despatched to the premises to make all the necesasry inquiries. One of tbe rtflcers, by way at experiment; entered tbe frame buM jsg adjoining the bask, and without much trouble, crawl ed through the subterranean passage until be arrived nndtrscatb. asd actually entered the vault; tbe btie upon being examined, was found to be full of r?g csrpebi and, judging frem the appearance of the place, n was evident that theee carpets were minsfaclured than. Some fifty or Rixty bales of the carpeting bad been .piled up at tbe rear of the basement, with tbe view no .'donbt of screening tbe operations of the burg lars while they were engaged in tunnel tag their their way into tho noxt building. K jkhind this barrier was concealed the earth drawn from 1 the excavation under the bank: but upon close inspection It was evident that the great bulk of the rubbish must , b ive been removed to tbe street and carted olf. Tbe carpet manufactory was teaantless and apparently deserted, llarmon Roberts, proprietor of a drinking .Saloon over tbe carpet manufactory, on being questioned by tbe police, stated that the basement ha<i fvr *>merly bten occupied by a man named John .. A'cock About five weeks ago Aloock sold out to a man giving b!s name as rb"tnas Burke, receiving fiflO for the ?t??ck, tlxtnres and g.iod will of the concern. Ho I ? mj s that Burke had a partner in the business, but be did I got know bis name nor could he give any description of bis persena! appearance. Bu'ke rented the place from Ttobeita, and was prompt in all his yaymeuts. WUai be come of Aleock, ttio to nier occupant oftne base-meut, could not b* ascertained; but th- police are ?n the look nut fur him, and bojie to he able to get some valuable in ' formation f. ?m him. Id the oarpet store was found between tise and six hundred dollars' worth of burglars' toote, b?ei las a lot of old wearing apparel and a demijohn of whiskey, rbo jynic' took potfceasion of the different vUtUv, nod male ?he following It.ventorv of tbe same: ? Oac jack screw, valued at $f 0. oie small do , valued at tib, ?ue large crowbar, one small do. , one c impound driver, two jim ftles, one iron bar. one large tlodge hammer, three .traces one hatchet, one loreplanc, one h<nl vice, three tiles, ere claw hammer, one .screwdriver, one cilsel , three paws, one pivot, M drills, two cold chisel"). two otl c ins, otie 'srge Iron |>ok?r, t?o spades, two shoveb. one carpenter's square. a large nimer of wedges, two shirts, two pair of overal'S, a demt-ohn of whiskey, and one piallat. Mr. Peek, who appears to be the only mar by tbe ti ai-saettoB. If we except the burglars themaelvei, has > ait tarlu d 'be stock of ta'pets. an 1 hopoH is this w*y to remunerate htms. If for the io>s of bx uncurrent funds. Be stales ?b?t he c?me wi-bin an ace of putting |1 .TOO la city futds in the tin box on Saturday aftsrnoos, but final)? d<-te> mired to deposit it in tbe bank He had t>en in the h*vit of leaving his box in the bink vault for over ten years, and os various ocosaioM It c >nUlaed pro perty of moch l*ht. . ? . Ti e porter m the bank fays he he?rd a dull, he ivy ttoMte In the basement when he arrival in the morning. (Hit thourbt nothing of U)e circumstance itoill he found h< was unable to enter the vault. The suspicion then flatbed SCrots Iris Btind that there Wis SOON ill tag wroog going oe, and he reported to the President of the bank s cordini'lr. The rfwilt of tho President's examination, run Arming tbe porter'* tusplc'on Is already known. A (inherent examination showed tbtt in tunneling to the wault the burglars had to pass through a heavy fauodsttos wall of stone and also a lighter one of brick line tf the tunnel was by no means regular. It was srooked, nod at one piint a detont of eight or tea feet was Bade, sltbough for wbst purpose we cannot Imagine. V>p way was cut tbrougti a ma's of sand and made g-ound. The t unnel was f >und to be ca'peted throughout and rwewn wKO books and psciers, wLich h4<l beau re moved firm the vault so as to facilitate the movement* of Ibe daring operators. The |o?4 was ? long and tediow; one. bat the barglars wtrkea at It steadily, and hal tb^r sot misaakolaied a I Mia M to the :Hre<si{th t l the Sftfe, they would hire bee.1 a f idsomeiv lewardad for tbtlr trouble. Btfsldi'S ibe< a*li | \Fh e ?aiv tltai e wm $t*fiC0 worth of railroad bonda be longing to the PreslAcst of the bink, ?bi<h c^iild eailly b .ve be> n converted Into gold. ^rspielos re?ta upon two well known Kcgltab b irgiars, *lio were arrested by delsotlve Keele about ih'oe p-ontbs ago, arid the poiioe arc using every me ma t.? ferret out their whereabouts. It is sup rv.*ad that they bolot.g to the sime gmg who were en fit fit In tbe CSiafel a'.ed birge Kmllv rob'iery, about ttf ige^n years apo. The i In pleader ef Ilia gang ? now cob tl nid la tbe Ibombs on another charge, but ft is sup p.?ed that the robWry of th? New Yurk Ksclnoge Btnk *as crnco.-.'fd bv hiir, asd oxecuted by two of his lustiest fojmweir. the cetectlvta are hard at work ? Aj-vlpg ta nnravrl she anl expect, In the course llf i few day a, to btlcg all the guilty parties tijvstlc Wlllistn<ibnrg City Weave. r Kiss JS * TiVMOar Hot's*.? On Sunday night a boy jstr.ed Brv?t A"guito, ? ?ployed In a grocery store at tbe J jvtaet tf Ith'b ?lt"<>t snd Vf} ibe avenue, dropjied alight lilt match n?ar A rao of biasing fluid, which exploded, , , ,, slot , Which W IS OCC'IHir I l>V \'!<>l|il] 1? Ib'uke 1 1 r rnt. Dk' ?f wel# Cu0 SiB; ,ov"S7W' "rv, r^"r th ' ? 1 ti r Uf'irArtu" ^or $)f009 Tho .Ik", f wbicb is S tcne-ie,.' limine is tbr ?PP"f storl?e, idisistedis Iho-t'eot cf>:<? s.,^1 la f?i)v ioaur,.di he l'ving ?So? e efTe -t( <| .'heir JbTT'1 th-4 ?Ved . ft of lh"lr O'Klsehold goods. NEWS PROW WASHINGTON. Military Kbvement of the South Against Pensacola. | The Disagreements of the Con federate States Cabinet. Obstructions to the Mails in Virginia. Tile Prospects for tlie Oovcra Bieiit Loan. Lively Male in tiie Senate Mr, Dooglat?' Resolution. The mission of Oolontl tinwn to Charleston. Important Intelligence for Ofltee Seekers. last of Nominations Pending in the Senate. Kraut Barney Nominated for Collector of New York, a** a*., kit TOE MISSION OP COLONEL LAMON TO CHARLESTON. Wjusmi.nuton, March 26, 1801. A despatch, received here from Char lee ton to-night, ?announces the arrival of Colonel Lamm at that place on Sunday morning. He is reported to have had an inter ?view with Governor IVkens, the General- In Cbief of Sooth Carolina, and then made a visit to Mi\Jor Anderson, at Vtort Sumter. He left Charleston on his return trip Urts evening. v The Cbarlestcnlans express great anxiety to learn the cause of Colonel Lamon's interview with the secession leaders. IMPORTANT REPORTS RELATIVE TO THE CONFEDERATE STATES. Waaamoroir, March 21, 1861. Intelligence rccoivod here to day from Montgomery, states i bat by (be 1st of April tbero would be concen trated at Pecsacakt' five thousand troops from the Con ' foceiate States. This Midden movement of troops In that dlrtcti?n was made upon the sUtement that reinforce m-.-nts hid been sent from New fork to Fort Pickens. The Montgomery government deemed It advisable to be fully pit pared for every emergency A good deal of uneasiness exis'9 at Montgomery in regard to the delay of tbe Commissioners in bavicg a definite understanding with the fede ral gnvertment ae to tbe relafcons which the seceding States are to huh tain tit the authorities at Washington, lhe Cabinet at Montgomery are not a ublt on lie policy. The war element in it is for abrupt and definitive movements, looking to a collision, ?u l tbe precipitation of tbe border States into tho Southern Confederacy , while tbe peace party is striving to effect a settlement of tnc questions by diplomacy, witb a view of securing tbe peaceful exit of th<; cotton States out of tbe Union, hoping, by tbe laws of iJfiaity and interest, to draw after tbem the eeairal siava States. To the cot ton party the three Oommisaioneits belong. They are eaoh identified in feoling and policy with those who seek a pacific adjustment of tbe question. Heoce tbe rest lessness of tbe war wine at Montgomery. It is, perhaps, fortunate for tbe Interests of tbe coun try that tbe Commissioners are of I bis way of thinking, fbr ibay bold In their bands tbe issue of peioe or war. They yesterday received their fiqrt month's salary ? a thousand dollars each. ______ THE GOVERNMENT LOAN. WjNUjKn'O.i, March 26, 1801. There is ? prospect now that erety dollar of tbe eigbt million loan advertised for by Secretary Chase will be taken at fkir rates. There are nosr six hundred thousand dollars In the vaults of tbe treasury, and a draft ru made upon New Vork to-day for two bundredjhousaad dollars more. An uoosual draft will be made upon tbe treasury In this city In n few days, in consequence of the fact that all (be trocqp now in this cU y will be paid off here. Tbe present debt of the United States is about ninety five millions. The loan authorized amounts In all to thir ty-five millions? twenty five in the first bill, and ten millions in the tariff bill. OBSTRUCTIONS TO THE MAILS IN VIR GINIA. Wa?is<;to?, March 36, 1961. Tbe Postmaster General is experiencing some trouble from the new mail agents tn Virginia. The people along the routes threaten tor and feathers to the unlucky agents if thsy attempt to do their duty, and one has al ready resigned and tbe other 1s expected to throw up his commission. Several Virginia republicans have presented themselves for tho vacancies, and will serve at all haz ards. It tbe people interrupt tbem, the mails are likely to be cut off. The Department has determined to postpone the ap pointment of Postmasters abd mail agents throughout the State until after the State election, in May next. A clean sweep will then be made. NEWS FOR THE OFFICE SEEKERS. Wamrnroii, March 26, 1861. No more appointments, exrapt to fill vacancies, will be made until after tbe Senate adjourns. Tbe Presi dent so notilied the heads of tbe several departments to day. A large number of sppointments were sent in to-day, most of which have already been anticipated In this correeponr'etice Among iheio are those of H. Winter Paris, of Maryland, as Mluieter to Russia. Mr. Fry, of tbe New York TrU*tne. Secretary of legation to Turin; T Rigelow I.'iwreiice, of Roston. as Consul General to Flor ence, ami Richard Rlldretb, the historian, uow on the New Voik 7rtir me, Cotsul to Tripoli. Mr. I?wrenco is fortinate enough to obtain tbe moRt position. Florence being the very headquarters in Kur?i{*' of the "art*, too biKheat order of society, luxurious living, and llgbt diplomatic duties, since Florence is only the principal city of a province of Sar din la. "lhe Senate hal a pretty warm debate to day over the n<m:DBtk>Ds of Wm Pennington, Jr., as Secretary of le gation to Parle, and Mr. Crosby as Minister to Guatemala. Ptnningtor's was finally pr stoned <iutll to morrow, when, It l? understood, the President will withdraw It. I'ulsss be does, he will be rejcctod. TUc ground of objection is, that ha is not a proi?r person for that position, bu'. bet ter adapted for some other p st. Mr. Ciostiy's nomint Uon was not acted upon The time of the 3-cale was ootvnmsd on the subject until the bour of a<|)uurntnont. ft co taes "P to morrow. The main objection to Me. rennmgt"n Is tho fact that be cam vt speak French ? a ve:y necessary qusll illation, erpeclali.v since v(is minister cannot gpenk the language. Murk Hi v?ar<1, of ILrMord, Oi?n., tias been jjipolutoJ Cor. mi I to ktM'M. Italy Secretary ?,base Uas ajpolnted l.tcius F? Chittenden, of Vermont, i.VglSter of tbe United State* Treaeury. Clapp, t f 3t. Aibans, Vt , lus bten sppo.uted Col lector at Stirling 1 '?i Vt. Mr. Ishcrweod, engineer m tbe United Slates Navy was nominated tO-iVf fttglnecr in Chief of the Navy, to Mil the vacancy occ Monsd by t'.ie reaiguatioo rf Mr, Archibald in the hurst 'V ?r oonstniolion. Cnarles 1st Armour, Of "?d, the new'.y tppilnlexl Assreiate toC ion <0 Territory, aTivoi to night, and is rSCtlvlng the coni**'">l*t'on of bis friends The Territorial officers will t'W I wive for Denver City, ant1 Imir.e'listely p*it the goveri- 1-' it In operation. Alvln -ar.i t'err, of tows, hss be.,??llP"l?>te,1 ?sve-nor of N'cbrask^ Territory. Tb1* plarvt *ss pr vnlvl lo II K. Osrlsr, of Ohio, hot a romprot/i ?? "W eff?c'#1 be tween. th? purties today, ??d Mr. <Hrt v f* Wi hn 3 a orei< -it i t n, |trba,. -.e- r< ?ary of l.eKftr,. . <>. ;??H Jlfliry R Woo<n?rkJft. ?f Vermont, has fc'icn app luted a I* j ccas'tr in it* navy. Tbe ??ik of th* a"ml?ilair?llDu willhe di?e:?*d us* to getting the s?uiti?il of ib* way. iw-onm?E*is r, yHs ?nmara. The Senate vo-<l?y soubrm-jd vtw fellow lug mMtaon tkna. ? *?. L. Stoughton, Altai fey for tilch'g ?a. Eei j. F. I1?U, Attorney for New Yolk. S. Newton PettUS, '>jel Justice flT O?|of?j*i. Cb*a. Did^-y, Ar_.oi.4ete Just-ce of Cob**, to. Ex CotferoHxibt n Du?U, Marshal for \lixh>|r?n. C. leach, ut "dichtgaa, Indian Agent frr thi". ^UUv Morgan HaVs, Reg'sVer of tbe L?.B<t Office, and RuuVo Goodrich^'tecilver of l'ubhc Mcoey, a*. Traverse Cny, Mfcb. J. Amguetut Peterecn Register, Ed. Lefavour Ke nerver, at Detroit. Sam.. Brown Receiver of Public Mitiey at Vancouver, Washington Territory. Stephen V. I'?go Register and Receiver at lon>a, Mtcbi f*D- 1 F. l)nrgs !<egi?ter and D. P.oblnaon Receiver at Saginaw. Franc. a M. C**e,of Ohio, Surveyor General for Ooloralo John A. Burhank Agent for tbe Saj and Foi aal Iowa Indians in MUMNri. Wa. Gilpin Governor of Colorado. Lewis L W?M, Secretary for Oolorado. Jcfbna R. Giddtngs, Consul General Tor th* Britiah American Prov.nsea. Mark B. imruell, of Maine, Consul at Vera Craa. J?fcn Britton, of N< w York, Consul at Southampton. D. C. Blancbard, Postmaster at Pont lac, Ui;k Ttatua* W. Campbell, Postmaster at Brownsville Mletovl. Tbe follow irg are the confirmations aa Second Lien tenant* of the army : ? W. 0. William*, of the District of Columbia; Jc&* P. Raker, of Illihols ; Charles Tompkins of New York ; Samuel 8. Elder, of (Alio; Andrew Sheridan! of New Jersey; Sergeant, H. P. l'carcc; and aa Second Lieutenants in the marine corjm, UcLane, of Maryland; J. H. lligboe, of New York. TBa n* yckk ArrounauiTa. Tbe Preektent to-night informed a prominent New Yorker that he would send only two nominations to the Senate from New York to-morrow ? the District Attor ney and Nary Agent, lie Tefuaed to diacloae their name*. The President sent the name of Hiram Barney, aa Col lector of tbe Port of New York, to the Senate to-day. 7 bur low Weed patched up tbe New York appointment* and left this morning. Mr. Greeley arrived at about the kame time, and haa been sponging Weed's elite at an awful rate, ao that to-night hardly a cypher can be plainly Been, except th* name of Hiram Barney, which ie indellibly wiitten upon all programme*, with the firm hand of Chase. To-nigbt Stanton, for Surveyor; Mudget, for Marshal; and Bennett, for Naval Officer, are ahead. Tbe ant i- Weed NewYoikers are in ecatacles to night over tbe id' a that Weed's slate is badly knocked. lloi ace Greeley baa been fly irg about town all day, in great excitement, aa though doomsday was close at band. No more appointmanta to Conaulates will bo made from New York for two or three we' ka. TBI IKttTOX AJTOINTHILYT*. A ft cab batch of Bcatonians arrived to-day, and imme diately contributed their adv ce to Sena:<or Sumner about tbe Boston Postmaster. They came too late, as all the papei a were filed with Postmaster General Blair to day, who will not consent that any old fossil shall have the oil Ice at the expense of the active young Americans whs have done the work. TUX MISSOURI APPOIjmllCTTS. A. D. Rawlltgs and Jam< s A. Si'.ton will be Marshils for the Eastern and Western districts of Mlmouri. TBS XUMlOJt TJ ECUADOR. F. Qaaaaureck, of Cincinnati, will be nominated as Minister to Ecuador. By pushing hi* claims quietly and discreetly he managed to carry off a prise ahead of his oompattlot, fehura, although the latter was in the field two weeks before him. irk ilktion or orrittiHS or the rknatk. It is not probable that the republloan Senators will again attempt the election of a Sergeant- at- Arms and Doorkoeper, aa the minority oan, as was evidenced on Saturday, defeat their purpose by parliamentary tactic*. NOMIHATIOHS BKfi 1KB TUB 8K.1ATK. The follow irg nominationa are pending before tbe Senate-. ? Hiram Barney, for Collector of New Ycrk. W. J. Kellogg, of Michigan, Chief Justice, and Samne MHUgan, Aaaooiat* Juatice, of Nebraska. Geo. Turner, Ctolrf Juatice; Horatla Johns, of Miaaourl, Aaaooiat* Justice; Gordon M. Mott, of California, Aaaool at* Justice, David Baylor, of Ohio, Marshall, and BeaJ Banker, of Now Hampshire, Attorney, all for Nevada. William B. Fry, of New York, Secretary of legation at Turin. Jaa. Leslie, Jr., of Pennsylvania, Conaul at Lyun. Wm. B. Carpenter, of New York, Oociul at Foochoo. W. P. Maogum, Jr., of North Carolina, Consul at >'ingpo. C. Van Horn, of Iowa, Conaul at Marseille*. Richard P. Parsons, of Ohio, Consul at Rio Janeiro. Mark Howard, Conaul at Messina. Robt. W. SholLeld, of New York, Conaul at Havana. T. Blgelow Laurence, of Masmchuaetta, Consul at Flo rence. THE STOLEN INDIAN BONDS. Wabbukitoh, March 26, 1M1. Parties holilteg tbe Indian abstracted bonds are urging tbe government to wtthdi aw the claims against th* bona fid* holder* Tbe matter haa bean submitted to the Attorney General. Many legal gentlemen, who have had the matter und?r cocaideral km, maintain that tbe govern ment should at once releat? these bonds The preaent Attorney General, bowevet-, is understood to hold ad versely to that view of the c is*. THE CHICKASAW INDIAN BONDS. W*?uj?<jtox, March 26, 1861. The grow amount of trusU? bond* belonging to the Chickasaw IndUna now In tha United Statea Treasury, in II, 316,381. TI1I0 Tribe is located in the Indian territory, south of Kanaaa. MISCELLANEOUS MATTERS. WAsnuKtrow, March 25, 1861. TH* OMKH1* WAR nt KT HltX. A rlaate ?u put into the Oregon War Bill, auUiorixing extra compensation to the Third Auditor, for extra servi ces in examining said claim, as the a'erks worked to aad oat of hours, ai*d one of them inaugurated the original plan upon which so much waa saved fo the government. It would seem but u simple set of justice that the Auditor should divide this extra romponiauoo with the clerks. The Auditor, by bis operations, not oafv gets the credit which be la not entitled to, but the money which Oon gress intended for the clerks. TflK HRKT PMV1DK.NTIAI |i|f?\F.R. The first Presidential dinner will be given on Thursday next to the membersfof the Cabinet and their families. itti'MiKAiic piwwkr or mi irwiAii m.TrnntR. The first diplomatic dinner was given by the Russian Minister on Saturday. All the members of the Chblnet, exrept Mr. Rates, the Attorney (ieneral; Mr. Sumner, Chalrmui of the Committee on Foreign Relations; Mr. Douglas, .-enatois Foster [and IMxon, the First Assist ant| Secretary of State, and tho suite of the Russian Minister, weic present. The affair wsa very oiegant. wnxt.r or nnt ssmsH mim.?trr. lx>rd I.jots gave a State dinner this evening to the Ca binet and rcteral Senatota. tit* S4-hi?m l* the xKTHonnrr ctttrcb. The Naltimore Methodist Conference a?(journo ' on ?*tur. day to Htaonton, Virginia, after adopting a plan of a*p? ration from the Northe rn church by a majority of eighty three The Bishop was not in the <jhalr, but after wards pronounced the action void. Fort? live members do c lined voting and thirty eight were absent. Ttir. ?KW JfTXIMTR TO MS X ICO. Minister Oorwin intends to leave for Mexico by th Tennessee steamer of the 1st of April, froas Maw <V.eans UNITRD 8TATF.I IIWfATB. EXTRA HKBFION. TArHtsnimt, March 2fi, 1861. On motion '<f Mr. Tf ai.k his resolution for tho electim of trf< rgrait at Aims and a Doorkeipcr was laid over for ID" present. On motion of Mr. Powtu., (opp.) of Ky. , it waa Resolved, That ihe I'M aidant be rscjuestod to com nLlr.lo io tli?> <usto, ti not iuoon-.jwuilite tho p'.iHlto Iti'ersat, the despatches from Major Anderson to ibe War r?'pirtnieiit during the time he bs? t? en in com mand ot I irt r'uiultr. us. MfalM' R??iirriosr. Mr. Howr, {rep i of Wis., returned his speech in op p<stiionto Mr. I'ought*' resolution cs'.hng lor lofoma tlOf> relative to font lit rn forts, Ac. In further reply to tbe PcaaMt fum Illinois, t?e showed the atflonltlaf of pra'QTiti^ nn en<'me?.ts to the constitution, wb'Ch the former list.' a4rpea?ed ss a.ieniedy tor existing t"'ublea. He ws? s Ika oppna/>'l to the Pr'ix I pro.Tuait loi of Mr pOVglkf, v.g,, ti.n rcv?"it'mi of tbe seceded Stttr* , lb!?, be aijj'i-d, .^O0i4 pr-ducj pe-ic?. As to lOe third nropoeMen. ?r tHtruUre cf that Senator, war, wtvb %' k? to the autyocuon and military oecupa , titn of r<ah 8u?n m have or may aecede? the wm w b.*du b> i ??<?i the )>9>U ctiisMiui *i?i tb<?e who defy tbe v*fc?#>tyof the United Slaws. "hey hvt seen a ! u ?? |ov?ibuAut hik) a ktrang* iiag ?< t op ami thw bad j beeti l < i uuckt blxiui in a groat rooaeure by the a> 1 of the gLwiiiiivn of thu "uited -Rates Our minia te' a. agents, or officers had put koto the 1 tanca ?< those who were plotting agaiuet I'm fede i?) uuifeurty, trt-u-turr, arse and in<utu liy wbi^h the tuumidi i4 the ilmiuKtBWi had b? u achieved. He at)i?d not that thoee Statea be mlijuftM but saved ficn> eulyugairvn if be bad any tiling like accurate knowledge, the uninniats in thoee ita'ts were t>.>tu?i J??m ?y>*M<y , Iroiu *h>ch it ougntto be fie etr?n of every ?win to rU?>?Mi then. Id tbe course of bit siktd, hiip-""1 H bo; deemed expedeut by the peupie of ?he Uuittd State ? tbat the citiaensor Kentucky, Ni r:h (V/oltua ir any i.tber State, should late save* io'o ny ?f the Ten mmes Waiihtsaotiiaefor civil war for nn'ii r itc slam ard of rebellion, and was ibis a MMBS why forts, kc. , should be given up, the Tr?mur> plun <*crei #0" nor (lag Ukinpiid in the duet*. 11" a?kea Mr. Pergla.* to unite with him and bin republican tWnde ia the declaration. tliat while wo do not prop ??? tornike war, we oo not intend tbat war ihall be nude on us Thj counuy way bo saved, not by dissolving the Uu>on, but by supporting it ? not by injuria* the constitution, and by utkiug a funt bold ?p >u it. llid any Male or eectiou complain tbat injustice bad been done tb<n>, or tbeir right* denied? If eo, let thorn g> bravely before the people of Uie United Statue for ie lrets. and no. to tboe of any ore State or lection. To the victltae of private wrong the oourta are open for relief, and to thoee cf public wrong the I#gial*Mree are available. Mr. 1,'oniUH, (opp.) of lit., replied, aay lug, if the War Pcuartmenl ? oes not poaaraa (be information the reso lution* call for, no harm could ret* from Kuth an anawer If the information has already been imparted to the Confederate States and our eucmios are in powwsaton of it there would be no harm ? luting other* nave It. But be appiebended that the furnishing of this Information would tend to allay the public ex citement. He supposed th?re waa no danger aa to Fort Sumter, as be understood the order had been given for Its evacuation, but the question ho de alt ed to get at waa, whether Fort 1' tokens wai to be beM merely aa a cause . for Irritation? as a thorn festering in the finger? producing dieease. If it was I'M national but local In Its character, it ought to be aurrtndercd to thoae who letaed tlio harbor, it ought not to be retained by the federal government un lets (Vr+igwd as a base of opcrotiona against the seceded States. Me wanted to tied out whether we are to b*ve peace or war. fie, however, believe 1 the policy to be peace. The Senator from Wisconsin aald hia rem%rks were calculated to belittle the admintatratiou, but he (Mr. Douglas) had ecly aaid tbM. there ia no power to collect the revenue, and blockade the|>orteof the seceded States, and tbat the President cannot ore tbo military force, excepting as aid of a civil authority, hence the threat to do either of thoee thing* without Vgal authority waa a threat to violate th? consti tution ano lawa of the United Slates. Waa it wise u de lude the people into the belief tbat the adminieiratioo is going lo do what the constitution and lawa do not permit Mr. firrwa (interrupting) said thil tho Souaior, metead of eummonlng the repreeentativee of the people to pro vide the neoereary means of getuug tliq. reveuue, he summoned lite government to aoandon the revenue. Mr. Docolas replied that he endeavored during the lust aetaion, when the republieaca were rushing through a btll to deatroy the revenue, to prevent it; but they would not listen to the warning, and he apprehended that tbete would be an extra aecaion, to undo a part of what was reckleealy and unwisely done. The Senator from \V1 cjnstn would not

tay tbat be (Mr. Douglas) was a tory, but that hia speech reminded him of it. Now a man might be reminded of tones by hia autagonlcm to them, or by his own identity withtbtm Re old not chooee to say in what category the Senator fiorn Wiacoaain wus. lie had not . tbe slightest apprehension tho people of the country would regard him tie au utiemy of the country. Tbla was an insinuation by by tbe senator from Wisconsin rather than a .llr?ct as settiou,for it itemed lm|K>Mlble for the ropultiiciua to make tpeecbrs without impugning his motives or asaail li'g his character. If be should die ho . uppugt'l Uiat h i should have a long train of mourners. Iieca'isu they would, by hia decease, be deprived of material oit of which ih>y uianul'actuie their epee< tea. The Scuat ir from Wisconsin had opposed tbe amendments to tho cm atitutlon which be (Dougla.-'t<) h id pro]M?ed, wiih the view of insuring the atl'tty, equality and r?*t )r m* peace, unity and fraternity to tbe wh le country. Mr. C'ljtaK, (rej>.) of S. H , iuterruptl"g? ^aid ho was one of tboee who cboso to ataud by the constitutiou as it is, and declared his belief that this waa better mm to in timate any compiomi-es Mr. Dorics rtplkd, ro d"ubt the Sena'or en'ertainod that opinion, even if dlanuioa was the inevitable conao qutnee. No doubt he would prefer war to ameudmeuta 1 to tbe const ttution. Mr. Omsk safd he oeuld judge of amendments only when tb<-y wcte pro)iosed, ai d th*t he should deprecate civil war as earnestly aa the Senator from Illinois did. Mr. Dot'oiJis replied, yet when the queiliou el' war or amendment to tbe constitution are proposed, he under stood tbe Senator to be againat all compromises. Mr. Clash said, dhtiDctiy , h* believed that tnoy could itand cn the corstitutian better than on anywhere else, and avoid war by taking that pisition. i'rop witions of compromlte hal demoralised tbe Union feeling; for fail ing to get thate, persona had become disjniouiits. In (urtnar responae to Mr. HouglaB, he said that tbe time is not far distant when the laws will be enforced all over the Uuien, without tbo use of bayonets. Mr. Dot <a .v*.? dtill, nobody can deny that seven Statea have txpelied the federal authority. Mr. Claek inquired whether tbe Post Office did not run the mails In tboee States') et? Mr. Docot^s believed It did. bat with the leare and permission of these Htatee. Tpnae through whose bands the launre go might open or violate them, yet no punish ment oould be inflicted. Mr. Oi^na? Suppose Congress should clothe the Presi dent with the power to collect the revenue on shipboard, could not this be done? Mr Dotoijkii supposed he oould; but be bad been (peaking of tbe laws aa they are. He regarded thia as an admission from tbe republicans tbat they do not mean to oolleot the revenue till tbe laws are ohanged. Mr. Oiaiui did not wish the Senator to ta&e tbe admls akn as including anybody but hlmaelf. Mr. IHirut-U thought the admission waa so clear that be might In elude all tbe republtcana in it without of fence. In the course of bis remarks he aaid that the triumph of the republicans had brought on disunion, and liod only knew what consequences were to grow out of it. Mr. Hows Inquired whether ho understood that the election of Mr. Lincoln or somebody else had caused a C ^solution of the Union. Mr. Doi'oms replied it he had aucceedel In defeating tbe republican party, thereby rendering it certain that the policy of I bat party would not be carried Into effect, the Southern people woull have rested iu security and tbe Union would not hare heen dissolved. Mr. Hows inquired what policy? Mr. replied, the sectional policy, bett'ise the republicans make war on the Institutions ot slavery as s great political and moral evil. Mr. Hows denied that the repnblicana are a Bectiodal party. They were in favor of maintaining the autuority of the whole pei pie of the Uukm. Mr. Dot (ilab aald that depended on what the Sen i tor meant by the word -'eecttona " Tbe republican party was baaed on hmtllity to aiavery, wherever it exists, snd to (be extent tbat where the constitution does not prohibit Interference. He replied to Mr. Urecklo ndge, arguing that under the law aa It now atanda, aa to every Territory of the United States, without excepttos, a man can remove thither with bis slave property on equal termt with alt other property. Tbe republicans, in organizing the Ter r I tor lei governments for Neva- la, Colorado and Daootah last session, did what they had not done for twelve years before, and did what they so long abueed him (Mr. Douglas) for wanting to do. They did it from a sense of Justice when they got the majority. The oolv motive he had lor being President waa to carry out that policy. He gave tbe republicans credit for adopting It after defeating him The Senator fiom Pennsylvania (Mr. Wilrnot) had ?arrived here in time to see tbe republicans repudiate tbe Wlimot Proviso, reject the comer stone of the temple, and come up lo non intervention and popular sovereignty. Mr. Ht wk, in tbe eourse of tbe debate, wished to a now if the Douglas principle would have aaveri the Union, and tbe republicana had adopted them, why there waa not paacef Mr. Dorotaa replied? Because the republicana would not acknowledge It, and kept tbe people in tbe dark. Mr. RRKnti.vRiDaR, (opp.) of Ky , wished to reply to Mr Douglas, but a motion to go into executive session prevailed. After which the Senate adjourned. UNITED STATES ARMY INTELLIGENCE. The Held officer* below nam Ml are detailed on the re cruiliDf service fer Lbe two year* ensuing after the 30U? of June next, at which date they will enter on their re spective duties:? Lieutenant CMonel C. F. Smith, Tenth infantry, aa 8u p< nntebdentof the Kaatern Department, at Fort Colum bus, New York harbor. Major Hcbrrt Jmirrto n, f\nt a rtilUry, at SuperMnuU-hl nf I*' Wntrm Orfmtmrnt, at Arwport Barrack* , Ky. Bri vet Lieutenant Colonel Andrew Porter, mounted rt/ki, aa Superintendent of the Cavalry Department, at Carlisle Barrack*, Pa. Tbe snpe.rihtendenU now attending to the al*>re duties, on b< lug relieved, will report to the headquarters of the army. Lieut. C. R. Collins, Topographical Engineer*, la a a itgced to duly with bla depaitment In Washington. Assistant cu rgexm C. T. Alexander, M edlral Department, r astigmd to duty at St. Loula, Mo. Major J. 0. Martin, Qurtermaater's Department, wlR repair to the til; of New York, and report fur duty. CXptain WiUlam Maynndier, Ordnan e Department, la dlrccUd to pneeed to and Menme command of Frank ftrrt Ar?ei>Al, Pennsylvania. Cai Ums C F. Klogtbury and J. Gorge*, tame depart ment, are assigned to duty? the former aa aulM-inl t> th't Cclotcl of Orrtnanoe, and the latter to foundry duty, under th?' direction of the Inspector of Cannen. A leive of atn-nce for six month* on account of 111 h'flith la grant' d Hretel Lieutenant Colonel Martin Bmke,He<ond artillery. An < xteniton of leave of ab*co<-c has been granted to Cnpta n It. C. ( atlin. -av??lh infantry, f ?r four tu mthi. to a?*i*t Surgeon D. I, llsgruder, Medical Depigment lor two mMi'li'; aril tit Lieutor.nrt Joseph It (Vxtrad, 80) olid Ibfentiy, for tan months. rOSFEPERATE SrATM A H'JY AND \AVY A1 TOINTMENTH. We si fe^otii a rorree.t li*l of a>1 the appointment ? v> tho srrny of tte Onfvlwali Pt?'ea to date Tbe appoin-'ei, with 'Orti tlx e'ght ev'ptionn^arc suter r signe I tlT.ce:* frcm ite I niud Ctat"* Army o? oftdcM from \Vc?j Point or the Sovthtra military uuhooig. n? name* pro NU i rare owktakUoa of military skill, energy lid ex perience, not surpassed Jo my army corps of the wortd. Ibo lyst comprise* wljr about OH.MU of Um ippoiU metta to b? made. A number of Important vacaacic i will bo kept unfilled for two or ihrro weeks, so as to allow such ctCcera of the I'ni.ed States army ? a may dealre to itsign and lake a position tn Mm army of Um South:? flrit/iitiUr OimraU. Samuel Cooper, Virginia. I*. r. K. ik'mirvfMa, louiswiia. Br?\tuu bragg, Louisiana. AlUlT.Or i.IIHKVjLL'^ i Ki'jmT??-vr. IXeutt ioaiU Coiund. Gerrge Pais, Louisiana Mojvrt. Wvul R. Jours , Georgia. Hugb law: <>n Clay, Alabama. Captain*. John Withers, MwsMsippi. HtbOitC. Wuu1, IjoulKiana. ylAlil/ IUI/lirKil'S DfPAJtTMWT, LU vtt itanl CvloktL Abiob^m C. Myers, Lotusuiia. Hajor. J. Lawrence Dftibour. Georgia. aiwirncxii DaraKi >nt. Cauairu. Jobs T ShA*tf, District of Coiuabia. V>iu. F. Howell, Louisiana. John U Gaalt, Georgia. cokm or dcimekks. iMri. Wo. R. C. Whiting, Mississippi. Danville Leadbetter, Alabama. Oajtk aim. Waller H. Ftevens, Ttxaa. Willi nn B. Bogga. Georgia. William II Kcho's. Alabama. ? gamoel U. l oofccit, Alabama. VUHI-M W AKlll V*KM. / Majors. 8mnuel<J. Fretch, Mississippi. JOhs G. Bar we il, South Oirohna. Captiin*. William G. GUI , Virginia. John H For key, Alabama. Geerge T. Andrews, South Carolina. John C. Booth, Alabama. JobnC. Mo>ho, Tenn?sseo. Jobisrn K. Duncan, Liulsiaca. Stephen 1). l*o, South Carolina. John 1'. Villipigne, -outh Carolina. William D. lvnder. North Carolina. Alfred 11. Chapman. Alabama. Frtderick L. Childs, South Carolina. Jhllljs Stock 'on, South Carolina. My petite Otadowakl. Lou'gtaua. hrtl LuiutenanU. William Bailor, South Carolina. Joseph K J cuts, North Carolina. Fdward F. Bug ley , Alabama. George 8. James, South Carolina. Charles L>. Anderson, South Carolina. Alfred T. A. Toibert, Delaware. FiUhugh Leo, Virginia. Ihomaa J. Berry, Georgia. Itoees J. White, Mississippi. Jainer H. Ilallouquist, South Carolina. RobtrtF. Bcckluiiu, Virginia. Joseph Wheeler, Georgia. John R B Burlwull, Alabama. BesiamitiF Sloan South Carolina. Francis A. Shoup, Florida JchnGbtm mm well, South Carolina. James L. Kennard, Mississippi. U. C Williams. Georgia. John l'elb&m , Alabama. Thames L R< user, Texas. Wright Rives, Disti let of Col imbia. Alfred Rfcelt, South Carolina. ?Second Lit at' nants. John O'Brien, Texas Charles 1'. Ball, Alabama. Liclen I?. Sand ridge, Louisiana. tieorgo II. Frost, Louisiana F* II* H. Hoberl?on, Teats. P. M. B. Younr, Georgia. John lane, Oregon. John 11. Kelly, Alabama. iieorge N. Reynolas, South Carolina. K. L. Swoctnian, Florida, INSAXTKT. Ooioneii. W. J. Hardee, Georgia. ljirl Van Dorn, Mississippi. Majors. Ia'nyette McLaws, Georgia. Alfi ed Cumming, Georgia. ?.aptaitu. William 1. Walker, Florida. John W. Frazer, Mississippi. John Dunno? ant, South Ouollna. Thomas R McOonnell, Georgia. Iheodoic G'Hara, Alabama. Jamts L Corley, South Carolina. George W. Cann, Wrginla. Alfred Ivcrson, Jr., Georgia. Robert G Cole, Florida. l'hlllp A. Owen, Alabama. Edwin J. liarvie, Virginia. William M. Walker, Alabama. T. Motes Philip*, Mississippi. N. G. Watte, Mississippi. John J. A. A. Mouton, Louisiana. IXward K. Wlilia, Georgia. James Barron, Georgia. O. J. Bern men, Alabama. J. G. Blount. Georgia. James Hamilton, South Carolina. H. L. Farley, South Carolina. Joseph K PUon, Mississippi. John R Blocker, South Carolina. Benjamin Klug. IHatriot of Ootun^bla. James K. Mai'. Washington, Soatli QiroUaa. T. J. Bruton, Georgia. Alfred M. O'Neal, Alabama. J. G. Ashe, Florida John 1'ercy Walker, Alabsma. Campbell Tracy , Georgia. Tbcmae W. Hunt, Mississippi. J. M. Berrien. Georgia. Famnel B. Pickens, South Carolina. J. L W. Harrlran, Mississippi. William B Ochiltree, Texas. John D. Walker, Go'irgla. John Moott. Virginia. Glover A Ball, Florida. W. W. Kirk land, Georgia. I'int Lifu/mantt. Alfred K. Iatlmer, Booth Carolina. Richard V. Ilonneau, South Carolina. Mllantbon Smith, Alabama. Arthur KtiaalT. (Georgia. Alexander B. Montgomery, Georgia. Aurellus F Cone, Georgia. George W. Holt, Alabama. Paul J. QuatUebaum, South Carolina. H. C. McNeill, Texas. Bryan M. Thomas, Georgia. J. V. Balfom, Mississippi. W. C. Porter, Louisiana. William F. Barnwell, Hoiftb Carolina. Jefferson Davis Bradford , Mississippi. Robert Inge Smith, Alabama. K. I aw ton, Georgia. A. M. Rowland, Georgia. H. Lord King, Georgia. V. D. Grortr, Mississippi. Second Lieutenants. Samuel F. Rice, Jr., Alabama. Peyton T. Manning, Mississippi. W. D. Humphreys, Mississippi. Colin McKae Selph, Alabama. Theodore B. Hayne, South Carolina. William Kdmund sioney, South Carolina. William DeB. Hooper, Alabama. John Bradley, Texas. William T. Tranum. Alabama. Gar belt Andrews, Georgia. jury. Tbe following officer* (all of whom have lately resigned from tbe United SUiw navy) have been appointed by the Preeldcnt (Davis) in tbe navy of tbe Confederate States, and confirmed by the Provisional Cougroee-. Oojptaimt. Lawrrnoe Rousseau, of Louisiana. Joelah Tan u all, of Georgia. > Victor M Rancolph, of Alabama. Duncan N. Ingrabam, of South Carolina. CommamUrt. K. Farrand, of Florida. Thomas W. Brent, of Florida. Raphael Se-mtties, of Alabama. Henry J. Hartatene, or South Carolina. liimtmtnt*. F. B. Renshaw, of I'enwy Ivanta. Jas. H. North, of South wollna. Thoe. B. Ilugor, of South Carolina. John Rutlr-dge, of South Carolina. C. M. Morris, of Sonth Carolina. A. F. War ley, of South Carolina. John Kell, ot Georgia .losrph Fry, of Florida. Jcbn It. Bu-nllton, of South Carolina. ?Tftjin R. K^gleeton, of Mississippi. R. T. CUaptrao, of Alabama. Tbo? P. Pi lot, of South Otrollna. Wm. 0. Dosier, of South Carolina. Jo>)ii M. stribllng. of South Carolina. l'hil'p I'orclior, of South Carolina. Amnm. W. A. W Fp tswood, of Virgiola. Win. F. CiurlBgtoo, or Virginia. Arthur M I.) nab, of Sonth Carolina. AmitUi.rU Surgeon. Charles E. Lining, of South Carolina t'aymatl'ri. Win. W.J. Ktily, of Florida. Henry Myers, of Georgia. RESIGNATIONS IN THE UNITED STATES AltMY AM) NAVY 81NCE MARCH 15. ARMV. Major F.dg?r A. Hawkins New York 3d Infeatry. Rrfvet ?mior Martin N. Carol'a.yuart'r IMpnrt | Oaptaln L. Meiers Geo 7tlil!nfiMitry. Captain .John W. J'rater Mis* ..... .fttb Infantry. Surgroi) I> A. Onsewe 1 8. C Assist. Surgcee J, M Haden.Mlu Cth Infantry. 1st Lieut. Unr'ee O'Banoon S C .id Infantry. 1st Lieut. K J Harrev Va Mfc Infantry 1st I .tout. Bobert WuliuM..Va 1st Dragoons. 2<i I .lent R-.beriC Hill N. C 10tb lufantr* 2.1 I .lent. 11. C ilcViel Tvw ... Mounted RllUtneu 2d Lieut. J?aei'li Who*- or fr Kew YorU 1st IH-agwn* Rtrr. Fng.neer In Chief Samnt'l Are-bitiald Maryland Mid?Ul|imi.n I. - Boy IJ u?ebia*too UsorgM Color, *1 Alfred M Kirl eur. the ^iperintendont of t'i? Harper 's Ferry um-ry. tenrtersd bis re* goatl?a ?o tbe Wur L>ep?itin> ut oo I be 32 ?! A< < ii 'sat at nr. Tn*r T??- itn* ? At the Tr? ibeHrc, cu l he 83d Inst., itutlnf the p -rfoi matw e where M*#?ppi (Mr. Miles) w?f tlo4 ujkju Oi<- wIM ?tee t, and wai boii x i < rne up a ?*?l? way to tlio top Of iho st*ge. In Imltatloh ni pa?i i c rv(t bi(h r<*k? an i tbron<ti iien?e forests, <??>? of tl?> p ?i?ks *>?re way arn' Mr. W'U-m with bti horse- fell a disten ? if shout wi?n f??t to tlw d<> >r >>?low. Sin gularly enough, withe' were (nj ired. POPULATION OF THE UWTtO STATES. The ftpvtettoi ot the I'Bittd Itaui TcnltwtM, Accord I*? to the Seventh C?n?ui (INftU) pad (kc Kifkth c?m?? (1M0) B??p?niv? l> ; ?!?? the UtjutMV tultom for ?l?e Tnlrtj -Eighth C?B|ie?a, and til* L?mi and In lh? ?iurti Htktlk CENSt S OF 18?0. S'uUi. Fr,t flat*. total. AlHtmtn* 4.'1 17'J 3 VI *14 111 6*3 A>kan?a 162.797 47,1'W UTO.S9T 4X hfnn.?t 02,607 ? 92.6K7 Colli cttcut 370 102 ? 370,1k.; IToiawar* *0,212 2*(0 01.134 Florid*. 41,185 30.310 H,44t? <H?r?Ul hi?6oa 381,682 900,18k llhocm Hf,l 470 ? 861,410 Indiana 0>8,416 ? 988,410 k-w* 194,714 ? 192.21* Htfcti'Cky 771424 210 981 9hi,40i J.ofciat* 2^2 963 244,*! 09 517 16.4 tlLOr 68< lli'J ? Maryland 492;?66 90,3#!} 683614 M?^a<:).vitella ...... . 9i'4,614 ? <-94.614 MwtiaMppi 296 648 ?09,878 MM, 620 llltaoori 604 622 87.422 002.044 Mw hlgwi 397 064 ? 397.064 kiBbttxu 0 077 ? 0,077 N? w H?ni|m)i r(> 317 970 ? 317,970 N?w 4Hti :tlU 230 4*u,f.6*? Ntw York 3 Of 7 !)W ? 3,097,394 No.-tb Carolina 401 288,648 800.0J9 Ohio 19*0 320 ? 1,880 320 Orfgcn 13,284 ? 13.294 Vtnuay Ivania 2 .'<11.7^0 ? 2311,740 Bh< V.e felai.d 147 MS ? 447,646 Foutb < fcrolin* 28.( 623 384 984 008.607 TMittwe 763 .268 239 4i 8 1,002,717 Tex*? 164,431 68,101 212,604 Virginia 910 133 472,618 1,421 Ml Vnmcitt. 314 120 ' 344,120- *' WiecoLiiu ::o:-,39i ? 306,30% Total 19 ;66,662 3,200,600 23,001, 90S Jt rritorxt. Mew Mri co 61 647 ? 01,647 Utah 11, 764 20 11,380 luetTKt of Columbi* 48 ,M)0 3,687 61,697 Tot*) 19,887,663 3,204,313 ?3,191,870 tKNMs or 1800. SMtt. fret. X<??e. TUol Alabama 629 164 436 132 964,200 Aikaifaa 324^.8 111.104 436,427 California 3Sutit6 ? 380,016 Cut nectkut. 4.W 151 ? 460,161 Ptlawaie 11# 4S0 1,7S8 112 21ft 1 orklu 78 650 01,763 140,439 Georgia M..M.M7 402,230 14)61327 llnuoifl 1,711 763 ? 1,111,763 lno una intf,479 ? 1360,479 Iowa 674 948 ? 674,948 Ranmp 1U7 1M ? 107.110 Kentucky 9.0.243 255,-00 1,166,113 Louisiana 376 913 332,620 709,433 Maine 628 270 ? 028.270 V*i) land 689 846 87,188 OSI^M #uB?a.JlUKttla 1211, l'C6 ? 1,231 ,06t> Mltfeitaippl 3d 699 436 690 791 306 Mweouri 1,0 6(1 362 114 906 1,173^317 >t.cnK?n 710,112 ? 748.Ua Mu.nvt OA 162,022 ? 102 022 New Hampahlro....'. 321 072 ? 3 M 072 New Jersey 6721.31 ? 072,031 Ntw York 3,887,642 ? 3,887 642 Not lb Carolina 661,686 331,061 992 601 ?b>o, 2,^39 ,i 99 ? 2,339,509 Ore fcor 62 *64 ? 62,404 J'en>i?y)v#Di? 2,006,370 ? 2,900,370 Mixta Inland 1716a ? M4 021 .woutb Carolina 301,271 402/41 703.812 IVtrw-Bcv cm 063 276 784 1,100.847 r>juf -i?6>i 180^88 6oi,oe? Virginia 1 106,1*6 490 887 1,606,1*3 Veiro-nt 116,110 ? 316 110 WiBwncin 776 873 ? 716|il3 Total 27, 186, 1C0 3,948,667 21,134,146 Trrritcriet. Colorado 34 197 ? 34,107 I IXikolab 4 >39 ? 4,830 Ntbrtfka 28 8.2 10 28,842 Nevada 0,867 ? 6,861 NewB?xkx> 9.1 617 24 08,641 rtab 40,260 20 40 206 W; nh i i f! Ion 11 678 ? 11,678 1 isiiictol Columbia. 11,866 3,181 76,016 Total ^27,477,090 3,162 801 31,429,891 THIBTT-KfOHTH CONQBK8H. Statu. HfjtrtteitUUivu. Jau. Gain. Alabama 6 1 ? ArkiiLnaF 3 ? 1 California 3?1 Connecticut 4 ? ? 1'eiaware l ? ? Florid* 1 ? ? tienrgl* 7 1 ? Illinois 13 ? 6 Ibdkan*. 11 ? ? low* 6 ? 3 Kanaaa 1 ? ? K? mucky 8 2 ? Louisiana 6 ? 1 Maine 6 1 ? Maryland 6 1 ? HaaeacbiMetta. 10 1 ? Misrlfflippl 6 ? ? Mimgn 0?2 Michigan 8 ? it Htnotwit* 1 1 ? New Hampshire 3 ? ? Ntw Jernay. ........ 6 ? _ New York 31 2 ? North Carolina 7 1 _ Ohio 18 3 _ Oregon...... 1 ? ? PeL nay Ivania 28 2 ? Rhode Ialand 1 1 _ Hculb Carolina 4 2 Trnnttaee 8 2 Teiaa 4 ? SI Virgin 1* 11 2 ? VrrBdBt 2 1 ? WiKoniia 6?8 Total., 283 24 The whole number or irpreaenWtiTee la by tow faatf *t two bundled and thirty-three, who are apportiOMd among the 8UUh r?pec lively by dividing the nnmker of the free jHjpu'atioii of the State*, to which, to alMr* bolding Htatea, three Bftha or the atovea are addeJ, by the number two huiulred and thirty three, and the pro duct or inch divlaivn (r'jecting all Trartioca of * nnM> ?ball be the ratio or repreaentetton oT the aeveral SUlea , but as the number and amount of the fractions amoag ao many dividend! would , oT r?ura?. In the aggregate, tM ?ufUclent to reduce the number or repreaentotlvea bekrw the number waft provided that the whole lumber rboula be inppliert by aaaignlng to ao many Ht*tea having the largovt fractiowi an ad J It tonal mem ber each for ita traction, until the number of two hun dred and thirty three metftbera ahould be aaaigood to Um raveral Btoiao. \ | Effect* of (Me Morrill Tariff Cataa Pi?dactl?Bi, Cvinpftkcd wltfe lk? Tut* ?ff 1R?T. [Trull* ted from tbe Mario de I* Mario*, of Havana, March 8, for the Nsw York Herald j Tbe tarrttl of 1867 established,** a general nod* of collecting taxes, tbe system of ad valorem duties acoord tng to invotoe. Tbe new one proposed by Mr. MorrUJ, ap proved by both bout-ee and submitted to the lata Presi dent, la not only baaed on a mixed sysuvn, inasmuch a a It adopta to tome cases ad valorem, an1 la ether* specific dutlca, but Imposes on no other goods Allies or both kind* According to tbe former tariff, for exa.'apM, U?er? waa paid on Hogar and all kinds of ay rap 24 per oent. Molasses of all kino* 24 " Manufactured tobacco .'*) " Leaf ditto It ?? n>e new tariff cia<siQe? and taxes sugar an i tobacco la the iollowing mumer ? Muscovado and pii rilled, but not re fined, sugars \ cents per lb. Re Sued sugar, powdered or in loaves, 1 " " Molasses 2 ? par gallon. Twirled segars, worth up to $6 per tbourand jo " per pound. Twisted segars, worth fiom 96 to $10 per thousand 40 " " Twisted segars, worth from $10 up wards per thousand AO " " Ti baroo of the same class 10 per cent ad v*L Leaf tobacco 36 <? ?? Whence It will be peicelvod thu ao arroba ;36 lbs ) of sugar, the value c I which, according to invoke, would be I en reals, or a aotlar and a quarter, in New York, paid under the U' ill of 1867 an entry duty of thirty cents, while under the new one it will only pay e?hieea and three quarter cents ? doubtless a cotwiderable difference, stnee It amonntn to a reduction of more than thirty -six per oent In the duties on kinds <* '??? value; and, tn so much, naturally aoroaeea those oa articles of a better class, as is show* by tbe simple fact that when, heretofore, 24 per cttteotrso p? nded to an ai roba of sugar worth $3, with a d'Hy of 72 oents, under the new system no more thin oent* would be paid on the same value, ** before indicated. That la to say. that the . iu?e* of our sugar production nhrh have m< ?t demand in tlw Co I ted .States are very much l oneOUed. ???*??? Duty <n trbscco, undo- 'be tarlil of H&7,we have seen, * hh 30 per teat Thai la to wf, a t!i?u?ani * gars, worllt %S paid aeutyof ft .'0 If worth $10, a di.ty ?f$? , if $*6, a duly ol $" 60, AC. Tbo u? * tariff, by impce.ig a tux 'of twenty < i nt* < n the pound Instead of <n the Uou t, ,td. value uot txoccdli g $i, w ill charge Uieih >santl, If out rxistdii g rlx pontics, $1 20, *nd H tO if tt reaoli t f ht pouotis If it should bf of this latter w :ight an I witb $10, It will (?? a Ot'tv of $3 30; ind ? vending li . t value It alii pay. ko addition to the dutr of $4 80, ;f n< t cnore than te i pound*, wn per cent a l valorem. > lb..i a tlun.saod Sega'*, wolghti g eight po inds and *t or tli #25, will be l?x?d #7 SO. Whenoe It will be sssn licit iVf tl'ile n h have net, at fli at sight *t least, tbe trrnit n loi.s iranils v?o tiiid in r> g?rd to sugar, although It s (.ofKible tlmt snbfilltului^ wi ight may Increase the charge more than w> tliliik, on which the author of tho i cw si *l< m no dfobt eminte t when ho prop wed an >?> r*S??S of one por ceut in regard to leaf tobacco, which, wbile formerly act pa.i in a nw| th4n twenty-'oor, is now na ked twenty Ore, h< thai many ariiclni lormsrly pay ing lour per cent are now entirely relieved of d itiss. Onrsato* FIiiVhtos a Wsaithy (?ovimvo? ? ft were b?>ih plewed and surprised, the other day, to hear that (lie ?>overnor was so rich In a pecuniary point of vt?w. Wo learn that his property Is worth not '?es than $160 000 He hM rendered ?n SMSSSmeat to the saseasw sod collector ef Travis coustr for this y*r of ir porty to the nmount of $M 0C0 -ind upwards. Whatever may he our political dlffc snces with his EswUMMy . we destra lin to harm, wwl re?l glad at his prosperity.? M fio/tr.