Newspaper of The New York Herald, February 22, 1867, Page 5

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated February 22, 1867 Page 5
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EUROPE. BY THE CABLE TO FEBBUABY 2L The Habeas Corpus Suspension Pro longed in Ireland. Foreign Fenians to be Executed for Rebellion. COUNT BISMARCK DANGEROUSLY ILL. A Christian Congress Co be Called by Turkey. Ac. Ac. Ac. THE FENIANS. Tlie llabrM Corpun Hnaprnnion Continued In Ireland. London. Feb. 21?Noon. The v-.pcneioo or thu writ of habeas corpus in Ireland ba.u been prolonged. Where U SlriiliriiN f Loxnos, Feb. 21, 1867. It i- n>>w mi.'itod that fjtrpbeas, tne Chief Organizer of "the Iri-b Republic," la not and has not been in Ireland. It ii reported that lie has recently been in ParK Tlir British Military Position. Condon, Feb. 21, 1807. The national (roops iu Ireland are posted at various places in Kerry and Cork counties in such numbers as to ?(factually prevent any Timber outbreak. W mollis la Foreign Kcninn Volunteer*. 1,oxdo.n, Feb. 21. 1867. The English Kovemmont announces tha* !t will treat aliens caught in Ihe act of rebellion as pirates. THE EASTERN QUESTION. I ('hrUliaa Conirrr** to be Called bv the Sultnn. London, Fob. 21, 1BC7. The SnlUn of Turkey has informed the lead ing Powers of Europe that he ha? decided to call to gether au assembly of the representatives of all the dif ferent religious croods in the Ottoman empire for tlio purpose of dcliberatinc upon and ndoptine measures for tbe more e(factual execut.oii of tha provisions of the firm in ol 1856. PRUSSIA. Ituuseroite lllnen* of Count Bixinnrch., leb. 21, 1867. Coum von Bismarck, the Miumfar of Foreign Affaire Of Prussia, has again been, from a too close attention to his ofBciisl dutcs, prostrated by aickae s. Doubts are ?wtertained of his rocovory. HUNGARY. Auatriafll Report ol Public Content. Viknna. Feb. 21, 1867 The restoration of the constitution of 184S to Hungary ! by the Emperor Fraaois Joseph has had the effect to re move the troubles heretofore ex'sting in thai country. The people art now quiet and contented. FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL. The liMilm illener Murker. Lond.i*. Feb. 21?Noon. Consols for money open at 01. Auer.HMN -rnumts The following are tbe opening rafas: ? tinned Bute? bond= % 74 Erie Railway.. 37X Illinois Central, ex-dividend 78, liftsdow, Feb. 21?Evening. Consols closed at 01 for money. amrkh an saucxrroes oloeed at tbe following rates :? United States five-twenties 74 Illinois i'antral (ex. dlv.) 74 Erie Railway tharee 37 Ji The Fraaltiert and Purls Bournes. FrankeoaT. Feb 21 ?Evening. ( United States bonds tn-day 77lv Pari?, Feb. 21?livening. Amenean IKinds are quoted to-day at 42:^. The LiranMsl Csttaa Market. Ist-KitPuOL, Feb. 21? Noon. , Tno cotton market it very dull, and prices have de clined ono eighth of a penny. Tbe sab* to day promise to reach 7,000 bales. Middling uplands, 137fcd.; middling : Orleans, lt^d. Uvsrsuol, Feb. 21?Evening. I Tbe cotton market still shows a declining tendency, and the market thm evening closed dull at the following quotations ?Middling uplands. 13J(d.; middling Or leans, l4V?d. Tbe antes ol the day toot up 10,000 bales, (.iverpaal BrrsdstnMs Market. ? ijvxRrooi^Feb. 21,1867. Corn?Mixed Western sold to-day at 38e. 9d. per quart er. Liverpool Provisions Market. Livkrpuo!, Feb. 21, 1867. Am?r:nn lard Is advancing, and closed at 51a. par ewt. I.iverpool Produce' Market. I.ivssrooL, Feb. 21, 1867. Ashe*. 35a. for pots. Petroleum uucbanged at la. 6d. per gallon for refined Pennsylvania and Canada white. MARINE INTELLIGENCE. Hale of a Jell' Davis War Venn*!. Livdutool, Feb. 21, 18o7 Tbe steamer Rappahannock was sold at auction to-day by Mr. Dudley, the American Consul, for the sum of s Disaster at Mr*. LrvMtmot, Feb. 21? Noon. The English ship Southampton, Captain Smlthwirk, which lert this port a few since for New Fork, went on the rocks on the Irish coast, near Belfast, laat even In* Arrivals Oat. Hawk, Feb. 21, 1867. A despatch from Brest announce* tbe arrival of tbe Stem me., i p Europe, Captain Com aire, which left New York an tbe 9th last. laisnnsDEKKT. Feb. 21, 1867. Tbe iteamshlp Damascus. Captain Watts, which left PortUtd, Me., oa tha 9th lost., arrived at this port this morniig and aubasqssatly sailed for Liverpool. IjTMirpoi., Feb. 21. 1467. The wpaue on the steam-hip Great Eastern bavin* been rsmploted, she wan succesafolly launched to-day em tie gridiron at Birkenhead, opposite this city. CANADA. Aaaeiaties tho Alternative of Confederation. I Londoi (Feb. 2) corrospordence of tbo Toronto Globe.) Then ts ? report eurrent in tho circles which are In terestei in Canadian alfkirs which, in common with others, 1 hava heard I enclose a letter to be used in caae ol neoemity. If exception be taken to my remark. It Is and that number* of the delegates have hinted In a nnmewlat petalant manner thit If confederation be rciectei by the Imperial Parliament, the province can fall bad. on the -ecret projei < ?>( the Amirliwn govern ment, dfering annexation on vfry advantageous terms; that lis hoiiemt* would accept ail ( debts and obllgatbns, and would generally extend *11 tde benefits contemtlalod br confederation It U posaiblo that no grouod exists for the repcrt. Or It mny lie uawien badinage But certainly If such a proposition baa besn made. It ooght to tw known in all Its bear tigs and it should he brought forward with calm ness anl digtiilv, and not Haunted at a threat in the face of the mother country At tbe anmo time the propaga tion ot nitjjrXreport ia a positive injury to tha province. It ha* tt unpleasant Influence on all cnmmarctal rela tions aui may hsre the effect of stopping the Investment of moniy 3o far as one In England can judge, it would not be entertained for a moment by Uie great body of the petple But, if It has been made, why has It been kept secret f As Parliament meets Immediately, a qiiesltoi will doubtless be pot to the Colonial Becretary as to hli knowledge of the circumstance, for the report has i snied s leverlib foe'tng, subversive or confidence. These rrnisrks will doubtleM call forth some expression of optnisn in tbsjproviors. both sa to the expediency of n policy i> derided and of tho questi onable conduct In ru tertalnlig negotiations at ail on the sublect, for certainly no dipbmatst of the I ntted "tatot would hive mndo such anolfitr. unless encouragement bad been given him to do so MOVtfEKTS OF GENERAL SHFR OAJI. fir Lone. Feb. 21, 1867. Ms|ot General Slier dan nod sevsrai off,car* of his |*ff cattio from Ctactossn to Odin, 111., to-day, where isr tow ll>? us? for Vftiro #ft fftKt K> Mew UvMftM. FIRE INSURANCE. Notional CnvntlM if Klre IliJirwrliin. ! The o (.invention known as the National Hoar J of Pin Underwriter* reassembled at Na 108 Broadway yester day morning at half-past nine o'clock. President J If. McLean, of the Citisena' Fire Insurance Company or this city, occupied the chair. The attendance of dalegau a *w very large, and the proceodtng* were of a most in teresting character. The Hon. William Barnes, Super intendent of Insurance in the State of New York, being present, was invited to a seat alongside the President. The flirt business transacted was the taking from the table of a report presented on Wednesday by Mr. Merk Howard, of the Merchants' Pire Insurance Company of Hartford, in relation to oYKtt MstrnaNCB. Mr. Howaan spoke earnestly against the custom which obtained in many companies of insuring proqsrty to its its full value or even over its value. It bad, ha thought, a bad influence on the business, and held out tempta tion* to those dishonestly disposed. The unlim ited insurance policy was full of ovil, he said. It caused the assured to become neglectful as to proper care and watchfulnosa over their places of business and their residences, and was a fruitful cause of losses to the insurance compa nies. A clause to the effect that no further insurance should be made la other companies without consent ought, in bit opinion, to be inserted in every policy. In order to correct the custom of unlimited insurance he moved the adoption of the following resolutions ? Whereas it heiac the design of the fire insurance con tract ?;nt In cover the full v.ilue of tlie subject insured, but to leave a portion of it at the risk of the purtv insured to secure his vtudniit interest in iu preie vstioo; 'sod whereas this tiiv.e honored barrier to iii"er. lignum having been re. etui!ly broken down, end nnhmite.t insurance permitted, catisiua i ripld Increase of devastating lires. which threeleu the eristcuee of the entire insuraucc capital of ihr rouiitry; therefore lie it Resolved. That in the opinion of thin Imerd the adoption of I he following s'lniihition in futtiro flre Insurance ron tracts is deemed naeeeaury to arrest thU alarming evil ami to re?toip proper relations between the insurer and in sured?It !? understood and agreed to ho a condition of this insurance that in ra-e of any lor* or claim under this policy that the insurers ran ami shall or only liable for the t'lree fourtlis of tlio same not exceeding the sum here;rrfnsured and thai one-quarter shall be borne by the lu-ured. Mr Osarlrp I'Lvrr. of the North American Insurance Company, of Philadelphia, thought thai the jilun pro posed hr Mr Howard would not eflhet the desired object. The three fourths rule would, in his opinion, have a dlsns'mus offect ou the Insurance business. It. wif contemplaied, he stipposud. to in"roase the premium while th" r-k w as lessened. This would pr Tent the mercantile community from insuring to mi (ante an eg. tent as was the custom at present. Ho moved that tho resolutions Ik- referred to the Executive Committee to lie elected After sonic further deliate the mailer was sc. referred. The '-^ereiary of the New York Board of I-'ire Under writers transmitted lo the,"convention Hie nclion of that Beard it a into meeting, whirl} recommends tho incor poration ??f t ie Hamburg clause in all forms of policy for the future The following is the clause referred to:? Thai It. -1?. f ln?a 'iv Are happenlngon the premi .esoecu pie I tie u within Hi- oontrolof the nAMirod. th1- eompanr will <m'' i .? liable Mid bound lo pay tlirec-foqrths of the imonnt of !o * so aseertneed end proved; and :i ease of oilier In surenee iM-..y the proportion that tlit- |w>liej hears to the whole amount insured thnreon The muter wa? reforr?rl lo llin Executive Commilleo. Mr. Hoiitivg offered the following:? Rese'vee. Th-it tills ''onrentlop promises to sdhere to the rates idontod by ibe itoarU" of the eouotrv. and. In ihe ib-e-i e of the local h > mis, the eaten Pi tahiUlietl bv Hie Na ttuoxl Executive Committee and that pnili-lg m?v be Issued to >? n> p-irty who will reee've Ihe seme. with the th'ee-quar or llsm'. irg clause added, at a reduction of twenty per een Mr. I.a?m:p, of the Norwich Insurance Company, Norwich. Conn.. sniri that the allowing of indefinite in suntrro wa-i at var m<* with the verv principle on which the companies were founded. He did not think that the Hamburg clause, however, w mid stand the test of tin court" Suppose that Mr. Chittenden had been insured for f SOO.OOO and thai when th* fir* which de Stroved his nronerlv broke out his Mock was remarkablv email, ye'. had ho nnid premium on $800,000, the court would award liim that amount. He wished just here to .Treci ihe attention of tho convention to the practice of aliowine broker's commission to the insured party when ?he :n?o tance was eaeeied withont tho aid of an agent. This practice wa? hurtful, and Hie local board in his city hud Yoqueeted hi;n lo bring the matter before the con v out -on , Mr Honors, of New York, thought the best remedy to prevent fraudulent iostes was to make strict inquiry a* to ilie character of every party applying for a policy. This wn- as ne.-ea-sry in tho Insurance business now as it was in the eatrving on of commercial Irnosnctlons. Mr I>. A. Hkai.ii, of New York, reraarkod that this subject was important The evils that the offices now suffered wem various. One of them was incendiarism at the hands of the vagabond; another incendiarism caused '?y parties who had over insured thei- oroperiv and were to be beneilted liy ite destruction. Then again the neglect and indifference an to flre. or th* likelihood or configuration, caused by the present system of over insttrauce, or insurnnco Tor the full value of property. Whether the three-fourths clsuco would remedy these evils he knew not. hut some reform in the manner of in surance was imperatively demanded. For himself he would say that he considered the needed reform conld only be brought about by making the Insured in every case a party to the risk. The discussion of the matter would have a tendency to educate the people up to a proper insurance standard, and prepare thorn for such chances lo the manner of issuing policies a* might hereafter be agreed upon. It waa. in his opinion, too true that tho temptation to commit fraud waa in many oases held out to the insured by the companies them selves, end from this cause we might attribute the in crease in losses. The moral hasant woe to-day more im portant than the financial hazard?it was mere injurious. He was firmly convinced that a uniform rule of in quiry into th* character and standing of every applicant for insurance would lessen the losses at least twenty five per cent yearly. Mr. Hera, of New York, thought that the beet remedy was to create a large surplus fond by increasing the tarifi rates of insurance. What caused the great disas ters la the business ? Yean ago liberty to obtain In surance almost Indefinitely waa incorporated in every policy, and this was the fruitful eourre of the mischief that bad been wrought As citizens, they bed a duty to perform beyond mere money making. They ought to prevent men from becoming rascals, so far as II lay is their power to do so. But be donbted whether sufficient unanimity could be obtained in this convention to adopt the radical change now proposed by the Hamburg clause. He would advise all companies to eslabium high rates, and then, for good and sufficient cause, allow deductions therefrom. As a moral man, he would favor the cur tailment of risks; but as an insurance man. will ing to make money-, he would not. The more nu merous end the larger the dree ware th* better it was for the companies. What he coasidored the principal cense of conflagrations was the alacrity with which com panies rushed to pay up losses. He knew or Instance* where these bad been paid without a particle of proof ever having been presented aa to the cause or lire or as to the extent of Ions. Let the companies take time, in vestigate and deliberate before they pay, and losses would be materially lessened. The neglectfolnrss in watching over properly would then he remedied. He wished to have the Executive Committee look into this matter and prepare a claute covering this ground, to be inserted In policies. Mr. Kmuesrar, of Providenoe, R. I., favored the three-fourths rule, but thought the whole subject should bo referred to the Kxerutivn Committee. Mr. Chaslks Pi.itt, of Philadelphia, hoped the com mittee would ha Increased to tlfty. and that tho waiter would be rrfVrrrd to them. Ho fnvored a pro rain clause. He invariably charred double rates when an appl cant did not fully insure. Mr. Mark Hiiwarii said that he did not wish lo press bis resolution against any great opposition, and be would concur in the projioeltion to refer to the Executive Com mlltoe. with instructions to report at the next meeting of th* National Board. The motion to refer was then agreed to. ran AoromniwT or t/wnta The Committee on Adjustment, through Mr. N. P. Campbell, chairman made a r-por? lo the effect that about ten per cent of the losses paid each year were ovor payment*, Amounting to about $10 000,000 annually. The ranae of this over payment, the committee aver, la the scant investigation bestowed on the origin ot confla grations and th* extent of the losses so Cored. The com mittee recommend that no payments of lames be mede until a minority of the companies concerned concur a* to the amount dne the Insured, that whenever the riaks ombodtod tn a policy are specific as well as general the latter shall he considered to pay pro row on each specific subject of insurance, and that louses be paid at the maturity or the elelm The repor. having been accepted. Mr D. R of Now Haven, moved to emend by making ail lueses payable at the expiration of sixty days from the completion of proof, and that whenever payments were made before the end of such sixty days upro rota deduction be made from ench payment. He would make this mandatory on tho companies repre sented. Mr. A. Bowun, of Ihe North American Insurance Cnrapenv of Boston, opposed tho mandatory proposi tion. He moved to amend lb* -intendment bv making the suggestion as to the time of payment recommenda tory only. After some debet* lb- amendment, as Amended, was adopted. Mr. I) A. Hrald, Chairman of the Executive Uom tnitwe. reported * summary of tho doing' of that body during the past year. The report was accepted sr An em* to ?? i-roit.-HiD Mr. ITiald thou offered the following, which waa adopted without d'hate Whevea*. th1-organisation may be made the medium of obtaining valuable statistical Information or frost imi>or jsecr to tha iBAuranoe luteraet. at a trilling expense tbere Resolved. That the Executive Committee be anthemed lo jnx.le uicb Information from ill the companies In the United Hlates, and all agencies of foreign nompanlns doing huxinee a In tne same, by eomn ?impli and proper form Of blanX: end when ?ueb aUilalina are obtained distribute to members of litis Hoard two or more eopies ef the same. A Dbusiatx from Chicago offered a series of reeolutioaa declaring that the insurance companies were not mono polies, ebich exeited some dimimrfea, and was finally laid on the table aim non or or m ane. Tho nominaMng committee, throngh its secretary, re ported a few trifling amendments to tin i?filfin i which were unanimously agreed to. Th* committee then presented th* names of the following gentlemen for offi cers for th* ensuing yew, end th* repert was adopted mm. coo ? Prewdeot, James M. Mclean, New York; Vice Prcaldent, U J. Hendell, Hartford: Treasurer, J. f Parish, Providence; Secretary, William Connor, ' Jr., New York; Executive Committee, A. H Bean, Imec Rweetxer end Farnham Plnmmer, of Boston, Walter l*eln* and J. H. Delhoffe*. of Providence; Mark Howard, T G Allen, Henry Kellogg Jam#* O. Holies. P. A. Heald, R. W.Oroweil end A. J. Smith, of Hartford i CD or'as Taylor, R W Lamport, A. Stoddart, a A folk aod H. A. oaklev, of New York; a Merohaat. of Mewtrt- (VfW? rwtv mmr 0, PMfofd add Th?ffiM IB. Hand, of Phfladelph'a; N. p Campbell and 3. R eeideustricker, of Baltimore; N. N. Currier, of Wor OMltr, Mm. ; E. Freeman, of Spriiffteld; D. A. tanlter Iik* of New Haven; B. B. Smith, of Buffaio; 0 A Van A lea, 0 , B- Burnett, Jae. H. tarter and W. M. cap*. **'of_c,?Cinn?tl; E. C. Home and S. 4 Coe, of Cleveland, At water, Thomas Goodman and Win E. Kollo, of Ch.'0**?,' 8- Warner White, of Detroit: H. B. Bigelowr, of San *rauclscj, and C. T. Webster, or Hart ford, Conn. The report of tbd .Commuted an the Adjustment of l-oase* was then again taken up forac"*'00- The amend ment proposed by Mr. &U*cr!ee and n'lodiOed by Mr. Bowker was voted on and adopted, and the recommend ation of the committee as to specific and risks was referred to the Executive Committee. ismurcnoxs to aubwts. Mr. Bissau offered a series of resolutions to the ei.oct thai all companies represented in the convention isau? positive* instructions to their agent* to insure uo pro perty wherein there are stored more than llvo barrels of caroou oil and one of beuzine; nor to take any risks ou blocks of buildings containing more.than ten barrels of carbon oil and two oftanzinu; that no risks bo taken od properly where portable gas machines are uot kept in a building separate and apart from the properly in sured ; and that uo agent take any risks at less than tb? rates of the local board in the coualv where the insured property is located. Tbe last resolution arts agreed to, and the others referred to the Execuliva.Comraiitee. CjtnnUM Mr Horn, of Mew York, offered a resolution making null and void all policies on property where gasoline is used as an illuminator, unless a specific stipulation, setting forth this fact, be entered into with tbe company taking the risk. Adopted. STATS TAX OS eoUCUC*. Mr. .Simaizz moved that in '-very use wh'-re tbe State imposes a tax for Issuing policies the amount of such tax be added to the premium demanded or the iu s a red. Referred to the Executive Committee. Mr. E. C. Roues, of the dun Insurance Companv of Ctave.and, offered a resolution makm- the value of Mumps used on policies a eharce on the applicant Tor in surance. The resolution was laid on the '.aide. A vote of thank- was then tendered to the oillcers and to the Executive Committee, after which Tbe convention adjourned n'n* </<*. The Committee on Iwonrnwre. The cowmitico appointed bv tho Assembly to inquire into the causes of the disastrous lire, wl.n l. Have lately tici'iirred In this city "?n at the Metropolitan Hotel yes terday. H consist? <>r Messrs. Yaunglove (chairman), Alexander Freer, Penfield. Lofovrc eud BlauvelL The first gentleman who gave uviiiouce was Mr George W. Savage, of the Board of Underwriters. He said-.-The storage of inflammable good* is a great cause 01 fires; there is a law against the proceeding, hut it la rarely ad- , ministered; the number of lire* during the |>a,t year wn, unusually large and the losses more than usually heavy ; | this may to a large extent be accounted (or by the great value aud quantity of goods stored; ne did not, l.uwcv e'- j think thnt the increase in the numls-r of fires o.ould u ho Tared t6 tbe appointment or tu? ???<* Fire Depnrftneu*; ho wan ?t first.quite opposed to its appointment, but ho now ihought lhat it was in manv respe. te a great improvement on the ?.<J or gnnizutlon; under the new dep-irtmeoi robbory ba t a - Ti .st ni tir lv cean-d; he had not ornrd or a single ins'mice of thiev ng being charged to lb? new men.; the main fault under the ^^k^ltu ck i oniuion. Unit the en^inea wen* not got tomork a. quKkij as (bey ought to he ; the general mJ.resston a?o . the chief Engineer is incompetent: the man wb. .c pied that position should be a thoroughly ^"caUn ou^ , and a i^on able to organize the whole Tib?; ? liuildincs u?ed tor the storage of cotton are o.ten .he work "Pincendhirie" and are caused t.v the.r desire to cover up their roboeries: an efficient dpl,^rl"^,n'- [ "l' t.v fires could be qu.ckly extinguished, would no lou t have the tendency to prevent incehdiarv tires; he'did not think that any legislative enactment would have the tendency to diminish incendiary tires; but the contem plated action of merchants and insurance couipanit might have the desired ettect; the number ol tire? arising from spontaneous k*the iS^e than the public have any idea of: do uot think U?e .> < be fire in this cltv have been greater in proportion ihau tl.o-e In the country; cotton is an article of speculation . when any article liiomes a matter of speculation, ... fact, of gambling, the risk of fire is ^ do not think- tliat in any city in s,.? ?mncrfect supervision of insured prtmtsos tban in .>ew York ? tu> warn of law, but a want of application thereof; ooe^rery fTultful source of the* fire. is the. dilion of buildings; in many large and hi arBy Mocked stores on Broadway, for instance ?e* his apparatus once in s year, u.ero were ? ? many thing* stored ol a character prohibited bv sale of salvage cotton itfler Ores is not, I,hl?*-? I renttve w, for cotton is on article that hrnga Ms own value; the nnmed.ats P?^?Bt *2 r? .f, ' , *M which is made by aom? orac?* ror ih? mUco of popularity ts undoubtedly on? iOOi?oltari*m Jevary fi? might, no ^ prtvenacd if some slight things were only annaratus Chittenden'!, fire for luotaoee. if the heating apparaius had been examined the Are could ab0rter do not think It could have been extinguished ina shorter space of time; enporvislon is whai is POidtiil. V?^ practically without it; things are Th^ inw cormfri for instance, cotton waste, he., is thrown in aud holes; great ignorance also prevailsasto rcr^.!^ SSfe-sftWr ceeded to give several inwancw af s^onwnconscumbi.^ Mswerh^hah?uertlon from Mr. Younglove. 'he witness stated his belief that a thormifh i^orm ww necessary n the superintendence of the Fire ? further eteted that the irns,ranee of ??kto the mi: value wee certainly a great inc-niive w M?Hkriini Mr Ssvage Blither expressed an onm?oi' Tiat the Superintendent of Buildings 2 ^ Flro Marshal oughilo have power to order ehamres to be made in tbe construction or buildings whercsucb werMbooght to be liable to take fire trom the disooeitlon of tines or Vgtiog apparatus. f . u. tm?? H Placknev. President of the Reiier tn Ssl und hefoio the commtseion and Mate their optetoox wt alnLtor Laimbecr a*ked ol the committee what fires latetv Uken piece in the city ho ahenld hsventM^ g"V..H.ysgg'g STrX. SSSSLK W***tnsnnrr m.nv of tho ffife. which IrTSaiTby^r firemen of tl.Hcity -h^7nJeavortnl to extinguish fire? H? aitribntei manv of the largo tires to the Ignorance of tho-< in throwing water on burning L to Sir Chariaa 0 PhJckney. President M" the lUatr.1 of SffMtt ovrta zti ^he bel oved that .be loeej. Md Jwr were larger than ,n ??.s.^thU was ] in.e X* st^ta' ke,T?tn\he v.r.ons slortts were more velnable now .nan at any ^'^"^'ToThe aldered the fire telegraph ayxtooi to b- neoc . sr^assrs'ja^Ss water; be said thai -team engines w-re dw.ded.s tmuee than hand Yort^hc adnbtted tlmt it.-rr was there is a great d.florence o| op.nbm ta w*?* one Ofwhi-hh. was for ^/^^'"m^Ustoners, Joshua Abbe, of the Boar? < r rr qucliODk been given to the citixens; Incendiary tires are frequint occurrence, In every 'nrt"/??.1^rh,1 1?"*% the stock was either fully or oror , nre, the Chief Engineer a vory that oornr whore the propertv Is uninsuredI beWved the system of over Insurance Is one^of tb gr^^^ ^ ^ of flrti; th? Kir? Dcptrtmoot of Now York 11 efficient than ever; thlnkibat the number ?.f tl1|. compared with the number of Ores, t? '"*,sw vo,unteor tbe paid department Is bet'er than the late vo untcw system; the men and engines are sooner at the ?< ene oi ""mSmb B. Brown, who was next examine.!, dlffiwd with Mr. Abbe In his statement that tb? n.jnber of men in the department was atrflcrn ^ w?t d suggest an increase in all oompmly , ] street; in other respects corroborated Mr. At>be ^ meat; the powers of tbe CMtef lerfered with; the scarcity of waters feit ml the supply on the second and third etoriew of manv g T8|?lishiaKlogiiland, Chief Engineer of th'Eire fv^arb ment testified?My power et flree ta unlimited, have power to rnmove anv combustible matter from buildings n?ior to dteTmore control Is wanted over bulKHWffi, _l? time of fire the power for extinguishing Is quite the only suggeetlon I can make ta thejsupply "f '?*'? water power; there Is no advantage In band engines, the < oramtssionera have ta^de>U)but I have used my own discretion; the foroo Is Billy effiotwt, tns new denertment Is more sfflctcnt than the old: I believe, there are tneny of the fine the frnlt of Incendiarism Alter M? Kingeland'e examlaatlon the oomm ttoe ad joiirned to meeraT the me place et ten o'clock this morning _ yiMiwA mpMvtams-im fwi fm?cc. Rtctmown, Feb. SI, IfifiT. The DitT?*fik of this morning ssye?"AcaNe telegram ss^srawSESSiS ^S^msh^lhs^tSaSm SjTtal of MO.OOMW rgykiigytg JZmuTuZlW w'th such othsr Information as might bs deemed proper mother mmnjn_mmmk Ftntsnstrm*, Feb. 81, 1R87. Another murder oocurred here TW* named Johnson and Barker, fltiarre lsd at the huuas rf ?k. ilitar who took a double-barrelled shotgun and fired !? i!o!^ia killing him instantly. The murderer has ^"yrtZi'n .rmtwt Th. dacmaed ws. . single man, 1 god M? 9m* KEJiO AND iTARO.

Uwreii oa lb* Alli-ard (>nmbb "* " l.nfnvritc Hall. Shortly after tea o'clock laat night Sergett.'* Schofl#,<1 an J Ferris, of (he Eighth precinct, i in? by * poese of otBcara, made a descent upou (he alleged K"?' bling house located on the second floor of Lafayette No 57V Broadway, and kept, a< averred, by Gilbert and Marshall. On the premises the officers, who had ben preceded by Sergeant McDermoti and doorman Hanover, who ait'red in citixen's drese, had entered the place for the purpose of making a preliminary survey found a large party of men engaged in playing keno The agents of the law having made known their business, at once took into custody the individuals, whom- names, as given by them at the station house, ran as toilows - Alexander W. Marshall. John Hughes, (ieorge John son, Win. Andrews. John Denver. Henry Duticao, Win. Smith. John F. Warron. Johu Hpirer. Theodore AdH nnce. John Warren, John Williams, -Miu SelJena, James Hartlcti Abraham Carpenter. John Glass. Ilavid Welch, K i . ohnson, James Nu-.vmuu, James Hanser, John Warren, a men Cuxlck. Henry Massev, Charles Jackson, John Armstrong, Charle3 Melville, llarry Sinclair. Ciias. Jackson, i'corge Dexter, John H Post. Albert Smith, Wm. Wallace. James Stewart, James Lowery, James Hrown. Thomas Jerome, Jauies Welch, Goorge Stuart, Won Jervis, Joseph IVan, Joba Callahan, Jamoa Carjon. John Clark, John Melvin. Frank Brown, Wm. Peterson, James Smith, Gustavu* slnbey. -kirgoant McDermott stated that when he entered the room he saw Sergeant Fields, of the Fifteenth precinct, seated at one of the tables. The Sergeant further said that ho arretted Fields, hut that lb- tatter quietly walked away and escaped. AT the gamblhig Imotcmenis hav ing been secured, together with ? quantity of edibles, which were in charge ol a colored waiter, who was duly overhauled, the prisoner? were locked up for the night preparatory to their arraignment before the magistrate tin? morning. Descent wn nn Allrned Firm ilxtik in Ifonstua el reel. Toward? five o'clock yeslerdey sl'icrnoon Sergeant Burden, of the Jeflcr.'on Market Court squad, with the co-operation of the F.ightb ;.reuiurt police, entered the alleged gambling house at No. 16 West Houston street, and made a number of arrests. It is charged that Martin F. Kimball kept the house and that (leorge Piertie was pro prietor o( the game. Both were taken into custo'tv, to gether with Abraham Blauvelt, Albert Boas, C. H. Milton, George Tliomas, James Bmtutoti, John Ford, William Smiih, JsmtH Warren. Joseph limes, William P. Wurd, Pal M< Menus, Robert Harvoy, Francis Van Wart, John Khuo,Lafayette llrown. George Smith, William Smith and Thomas Anderson All-the ubovu were locked up for the night; and tho lay-out lioard, cards, checks. Ac . having 'teen reused, were placed in too safe kcopuij of ttie police. BROOKLYN INTELLIGENCE. Tug Au.fujro Homcion?'Tnu Isqtesr Cosoi.fpko. ?The investigation by Coroner l.ynch. into the cirt uni-danc attepdiug the dcatli ol James Wh&leu, concluded yesterday afternoon. The doceturd d-od auddenly st hi< resident e N'o. -ffl President street, as was supposed from u blow on the tempi" frotr. a tumbler thrown by Pout Sheen Wrv Ann favaungh testified that the deceased came home on the night of the Ja of February with two wounds upon his temple, from which the blood was (lowing qufte fre lv. Dr. Murphy was called in by Mr. Skeen. and gave it as his opinion that the wound" were very trifling Dr. Bauer testilied that he marie the post mortem examination, but found no fracture or depression of the rkuiL He exam ined the brain, but found no disease. |i whs highly ?" ngested, with intense inflammation of its mcmt>rane?. In his opinion Jenih was caused by inlUunmaiion of (he bruin This testimony was corroborated by Dr. Murphy. The jury returned ? verdict to the efleet that thefto. ceased died from Inflammation of the brain, and Vt from any inutries received at the huods of l"uul Skoeu. The prisouer was thereupon discharged. Tin; PaoeOfKU Qi-.?kvntixk t\ Kins Cotr.xTT.?A morning of citizens was to have been held at the Court House last evening, for the pnrpose of "expressing their opposition to the passage of auy act by the Legislature of this Mtate in anywise taking or g.vlng authority to take any lands in Kines county for quarantine pur poses." The meeting wax sailed by the Board of ttiijiervLSfirs; hut as only one member ot lhat body re sponded, together with "lour citi/ens. an adioitrnroent wan made until Saturday evening next, same place, same hour. Tut TkWpv.kahck Cwr*r?? Last evening a meeting of the Crystal Fount Divi-ioo. No. 'JO, of the Snne of 'fern p -ranee. was held at the Hanson Place Baptist church. Brooklyn. In coaaequence of the cxlcntu - inclemency of the weather the attendance wax very limited. The speaker of the evening wm General Samuel F. Cary, who expatiated at some length on the blessings of tem perance. He called tho at ten'ion of his audience to the fact that the great work of iu?rat regeneration m which t.he people of America were engaged -outd never be com pletely lifts-ted If they did not Itecotni- lemnerale. if thoy did uol avoid the rum shop and 'he wtii-k-v seller. He sdvertC't to ihu increase in the members of the Sou? of Teni|>crauce as a proot ot the procro*? of the good wort, and called upon V- audience to do all'tiny pos sibly could to extend h- <>i?wsUoii nmorg the nvafow- of the peopie. Itelore the proceedings ? dosed there was some excetleiit music by Mr. C. G. l.ockwood, tenor, with pianoforte gcco:npaniniet>t. irnwa ?v (1st ?i si so Movsv Csaus knar. Ptr ?ntvexa. ?Officer Bnrr arrested Mr. It. Colby, a mer chant maiding at 228 Wa hirigtoti street, on a warrant issued by Buckler on fhe complain of Mr. James Lynch. The n.-cosed, as alleged, obtained the sum of g.Vgf frxnn the complainant on a uotc. representing that he held a ' lain against 'lie government lor the sain of *.'17,000, which had been awarded him bv the Haiti d Slates Court of Claims; thst be had never transferred this claim. Tlta complainant waa suhscquenttr informed that the claim had twen transferred, and 'here was noth ing dun the arcuaed. The ease was railed up before Jus tire Buckley, when tlx aeon sad waived examination and goo- bail to appear before the Grand Jury. RX-vhtvtno\ trt a Outer. ot Bicasv. ?The young man Wilnaru T Handv. who has been under arre.l 'or some time post on a charge of biganir, had a second hearing before lust ire Daiiey yesterday. flie prisoner is Charged wiifi contracting a marriage witli a young lady numcU Catherine vf. Hefts a fow months ago while ho had a wife then alive. TIM uivmc of the Ursl wife, who has not shown herself n there proceedings, is Wllhel tniti.i S|ietHir1?on alias Grttbh.. and il is alleged that she li.-vl a husband residing in Richmond, Virginia, at 'tie lime r.f tier marriage with Handy. The defence yesier day stated Mint the woman Mbepardson was not alive at the time of his marriage w.tb Mia' Belts. and the Jus tlco remanded the pri-oner to the County Jail until Saturday next to give them an .ipportunily to prove their statement. On li-s vo'-.ntjry exam uial leu the ac cused Vitd his name w.i- William T. Hand v. twenty - three voar of Hg>-. born in New York, resided at No. 71 rout It Fourth street. K. D.. a printer by ucrupation and not gifitty of the charge. flfrERESTme 'RTERYIrW WITH GENERAL GRANT. ft'rent lb* Twv Oally Ti:net>. | W <mii*oTnn, Kth, Is, ISfl*. We pud ?u-" inspect? to '.eoeral Grant at hi- heart quarters on (MnMf. We found hiro hard *' work, hot cordial as hhu.ii in receiving Crtrnrta. We hart last met h;m at OMr I'nint. tnst before Hip grand and decisive ami?writ iha* > rushed out tb? rebetUon. Then ho ap |h ared can-acini and almost prattrated by his grrat !al>?r>. Sow be (jn-ea evhtaoca of an "apler life nod lorn exacting mi tie* H? i". however. the raaM enlm, tnooeot, i-ini nentlr aeusl'rte and well-poised mnn whose military en.-nhinatlooa telle Ibo 'mi le m rebellion and brought the traitor- ma surrender. He <?iver*rd freely upon the erudition of the country, and there in no aUem|ii at con cealment of lit* view* fhe <iiiHgtion" pot to him and bit answer* were substantial I v aa follows:? v). The rebellion wa?- put down by the strong arm of military power under your direction, and sorely the work war we'll done. Now the ipie-tloD t?, what policy shall he purwed for the reorganization of tiie late rebel Btalos t A No. the work la not all done The Ightlng ia tin i'hed, tail the vary important metier of reconstruction is ye: to tie completed. I think If the Southern Mmto* had accepted the amendtnent. instead of rejecting It so basin v. thev would have been admitted hy nongrmx in Paoambar; but now I think thev will have lo take the amendment and inanhood soil rage ocstdes. Congress will insist upon this q. How are affairs at th" "-entli, General * fa tl true that in Texaa and many other sect loos no adequate pra te! lot; w given to In ion men y A. It Is true that m a iarge nroport.on of Texas i limits ol lint on man Is not rata beyond the limits ol military pro tect inn lo aad almut Halveston a hotter state of things exl-is. and a matorlty of the people I have nodonht, won Id be glad to have (he taws enforced. In many othrr sections of the South loyal men hare no proper aecuti ty lor lift and property unless they are so located as to bo taken car# of hy the military. The dm courts fail to ptiutsb otfoniee against In Ion dtisena, white and and i>lack; and aa for that matter, thry wrre always re. miss 1 urn told that no murderer who had held what is < ailed a respectable position imfore b# committed the crime was erer hong or otherwise punished n the Plate of Virginia, and I holleva tbo same ia true of mostdf not ail the late slave iU-ilee. Q. You say. (Jeneral, the civil Courts have failed lo protect Unionist? at the South. Well, are not the so called Plate governments there the greatest ol all fall, urea v A. That ia a political question for Congress to decido. I only give facts, and other- may construe tbem as they plcaac. I believe that large numbers at the-outh would be glad to have the laws en forced Impart tally?in some parts this ia the sentiment of the majority. Hut tbo trouble la thev are overborn* hy the lawless element, and oannot enforce Justice Q. Well, in any event there can h* no more fighting t A Oh, no. unless Brooks sod Wood and that copper head net get up their thrpateaed war, and there is some doubt I think whether they will undertake to carry -wit their threats. OM of our party mada the Inqatry whether a Union man is perfectly safe in travelling South A. Oh yos, perfectly safe. There Is no danger at all on tho regular llaoe of travel, But then if you should ?top and get Into angry political dtowummn there would he danger in some plasm ao doubt. In that ease shoot ? lug would probably bo paaaad off aa juattuahle homicide, If the murderer wa? arrested at all. IQVEKNTS OF AMRRAl TEtfTNMfr. Fnamaaa Vfosrtna, fob SI, 1M7. The A outrun Admiral, Ten*,bor(T, arrived at Norfolk this morning from Richmond, nnd spent the day la visit ing the Gosport Navy Yard. Tie was tin gueat of Admi ral Rowan, and was rscelkod with a salute or fifteen guns He evinced grant curiosity in the inspection of t?o different points of o4taI M4 biltottoal latere?t ? MEXICO. EVACUATION OF THE CAPITAL 2U.RQUEZ DECLARES MARTIAL LAW. BA/AINE'S ADIEU TO THE MEXICANS. TERRIFIC HORTHER AT VERA CRUX Ac. Ac. Ac. OUT MEXICO' CITY SPECIAL CMIESPOUfcACE. Tbr Nlnirm Hrvclulloa-Alwrqurx Plarci the f'npiinl Y'nUrr Martial law Tkf Iniipd MIrim <'011*111 Krqiril* h'xplanntioa*-- ('ow< plcte Withdrawn! of the French. &c. Huiou Cirr, fob. fl, IMT. This morning lie French troops, after remaining all nkht at Tlcdad, in the suburbs of the city, withdrew to Avotla, three or four leagues off. The French garrison was withdrawn from the citadel, and the entire city jiawd into the hands of the imperialists, or more prop erly s|>eakin>!, the church party, for imperialism no longer exists liut in name. Huinltatieously (?eneral Marquex issued the >wo proclamations subjoined, virtu ally placing the city under the strictest form oT martial law:? CoaraTKiwrs:?I have Just taken charge of this city, and ns you know one 1 believe it to lie unnecessary to say anything of myself. You have proofs that I know bow to sacrifice myself for what is confided to me, and I will perish .-(Miner than permit the slightest disorder. Consequently I have taken all mv precautions for your security. T have 0 mfflrlqat armed force, and you your selves will aoou see iu what manner this place Is garri soned. I hope there will he no restless agitators who will entertain the m.ul projccl of disturbing the peace, so that I should lind myself und -r the sad necessity of enforcing the law, which I am fiillv resolved to do LEONARDO MARQT'KZ. HsADQPARTrus, M xir i Feb. 6, 1S67. Be it known, altiiough there is 110 actual motive for alarm in the canital. these headquarters, feeling on thein the responsibility of foreseeing every evenlualitv, how ever remote, in pursuance of the powers which the ordinance confers, think proper to decree: ? srtici.k 1. 1'he signal of alarm will tie given lu the mr hy tho rounding of 1 he great hell ot the tor lite space of ten minutes. Var. #. On toe given stgiisl >11 the Inhabitant* of the city will retire to their housea nd remain therein with ctosnd doora, and not goon! agsiti or appear at tlie balcony win dow- or upon the roof* until the alarm shall cease, which will be annoiinood by the ruiaiirg aauin of the large 1*11 of the cathedra' I'or an equal length o' lime. Aut. ??!. Every individual, lie his rink who' it m-iv, who shall infringe he foreg-i'ug articles will lie immednite'w punished by the government, according to the diameter of his I suit Am. 4. Consequently the troops, which will !?? conve niently posted for the Hern. il- ol the popui itiou. will re cehrr orders to imprison offenders, and to employ force for this purpose if necessary. Art. f>. In like in-inner wilt be punished, or sent Pi thp Irihunal provided for thai purpose, those who arm thnn m- ves without the knowledge of these headquarters, who discharge any Arcana or cause any ularm bv menus of any detonation, who make auy demonstration ot hostility, who use subversive expressions, who oiler aloud alarming or sr. bilious cries, or in nny manner evi ite (lie slightest disorder Aut. ti. Tl-e instant -inv iirearni is discharged, or any de tonation heanl. the troops wilt present themselves at the house whence the sound may have proceeded or where I lie detonation lots been produced; the d?Mir will lie opened In Hie ordinary way. or bv force, and the culpable person ar rested, ami if he lie not found, oil the Inmates of the build ing nill tie punished in aerordance wilb article three ot this odlcl. Am. 7. From the moment it I- iirinounced to there/ Unit the alarm b** t eased,all the inhabitants are at IIbed v lo often their doors and go Into the streets, and engage 111 their orrnputlona, with the sole condition of theli 1101 committing any disorder, because, in esse of their so doing, such dlaor der Will he repressed as hereto provided. T? MARQFK7. tieneral-ln Cbiof. HaAitQt'ASTHis. Mvi'co Fah. i. TH07. On receipt of this prorlnuiatino United Slates Consul OtterlMMirg at once addre;-aed u note to enteral Marque/, inquiring whether the provision about bursting open doors by force and arresting all-the innintca, "whatever their rank," la cafe a "detonation" or alarm was hoard to proceed, or was .-iipi>osrii to proceed from the build ing, applied to the t'onsalotd of the I'niled States, in which the offlctat archives were kept, and whether iho flag of the Foiled *taieu would protect American resi dents who followed peaceful avocations and did not ui terfme with the pahtiea or the country. To Ibis inquiry no answer has been relumed up to the present time of writing ihnlf-pnst eight I*. Af.) Pho silence maintained implies one of 1 wo things?either that it la intended to return no reply, or clue thai a ministerial council I*being held in the mailer. No sigua of 1 be liberals have vet been seen, but at any moment ho-lilitien iiiuv break out, The foreign -rest. douie remain in a state >>f great inquietude. Arms have been ireely distributed .-timing the French residents 'hrongh some mysterious agency, and few Americans venture out without a six-shooter, in apito of Uie edict to the contrarv. Yet the theatres are in full blast, a cirrus company opens to morrow, and the Pasco was th rouged this evening with elegant carriages and hand somely mounted equestrians. QUA VERA CRUZ CORRESPONDENCE. The French Trnnaporr* ( oMicir In Trrrilr Norlb?r-A Mom hr?m Itfm'a Vwrbt S?rnnprd l/nrrr Cirmlar Kraw Haiaiaa Ktarnal'on of the Capllal-Orifla of Iba l.nlr '/aralrraa l(p|i?ru, Ar. V*k* Cars, Feb. 12, 1M7. The flint of the French transports expected for the pan tow data arrived here On niominc from Brest She is of <1,000 tune burden. and has accommodations , for one thousand men and their subsistence "m rop ogand too batteri".*. -dio ik a well ventilated trana rort. and should any of those on their way have been lost during the recent norther. 1,400 or 1,500 troops may be transported on her. She is expected to sail this week. On the hth we were visaed by a terrible norther, which must have reunited dinastrioualy had the French trans ients been Irink here The following vessels were driven oo shore by the v-loicticeof the wind and se e the anchorage being very poor:?Aurora, (at Mrjieana both American; l>or Humnnoa, Dolphin, I'ackst Sr. Andaos, all three Mexican. Most or all of them cannot lie gotten ol and will be a a total Iohs. Yerterday nasrniiig. b?for? fha norther of lite previous dav had cut.rely spent fl*elf. a small boat left the K'iraiteth (Ma oiniliau'a yacht), at Sscriflclor, for Vera Crs/? Improper management and the surf re sulted la her betsg swamped and ihe drowning of the engineer, rooMaiseary, steersman, clerk and neven men. The surgeon of the ship wa? severely Injured Mrs. fbwaine and 'b-neral < ostein.ri and their baggage are at i*aso del Mac I to, tiflv-mne mile- front here. The latter Is exivcted to arrive here to-morrow and to take the French jacket to ail on the 13th to France Two million five hundred- thousand dollar* in silver arrived here or the French last wcclc and await* ship, tix tit; #1.100.00(> arrive*! tins eveolug. and #2,500.000 is taper I ad this week. Artillery, tnnnitinn.-' of ear and moo are battening forward l? IIn del Macho ; nod after the litb of February two thousand will be transported dally by rail to Vera Crag. ? The following proclamation. lasnstl by Marshal Bataine and poatod ?" ov'*r D<e land, la emtainly * wonderful production. It xpeslu for d*elf "In a law days the French troops will leave Mexico (ihe city). During the four year* which they have pi -ed in this beautiful city they have no reason to com plnlnofanv tarfc of sympathy lietwwn them and the ??. L_l.ia..Bis of ? la km oilw In Ihn nanin Ihnn t ftaaa inhabitant* of Una cttv. In the name, then, of the French army under my command, at the name time act lor from feelings of personal regard, I, the Marshal of Frame. ? ommandnr-ln-cbler, take leave of yon. Our common voice ia for the happimws of the cbivatrtc Mexi can nation. All of onr efforts ham tended to the eatab I Uiiicnl of pOOM in the Interior. Beat assured, in this moment af separation, that our mixtion has never hail anv other object, and that it never ha* entered Into the intention ofFreoce to Impose upon you any form of govrrnmeiii contrary to your wishes.1' TDiw proclamation or circular has resulted in much feeling of I xaattxfectton among French and Mexicans? the former for it* Hattery of the Mexicans, and among the latter fbr its glaring falaiiicaUon of history. The French sod Mexican flags jointly flout over the Cu'tom House uml Kan Juan do I 1km. Basinets in nt n standstill here and in the tatortor. Max ton Feb. 6. 1107 Tha French (lag and French commander, with all the Tnicos. Frenchmen, Egyptians, Ac., Ac., concentrated at the Plain Uymd Helen early this morning, lormed ? line of march, and, with Baaalae at Ita head, marched to* ml the Fals e by the Plana de Toroa. Corpus Chriatl, Almcada, than Han Francisco and Ftro Platero* street*, winding around the ?"'i'beni sldeof MM Pla/a de Armv, and marched out of the capital to he transformed from an army of occupation to oos of obeervation. with an in tn n'ched lamp a 1st I'lcdad. where Hasaioe has estab lished hi* heukrtartere. After that Daraine pi wad alt companies of hia invincible Zouaves iu the citadel and a company of artillery in the outer latwnahmaats. With bit months' ammunition and provision*. Neither Mexi Indian nor Marqur* are Allowad to go there or hold any rommun cation w th the commander of the citadel The liberal* are dosing in aronod the city. Rodrigu#*, I'uervas and Mucado are on the heights of Guadeloupe: Lefva anil Allamiraoo are at Han Angel. A divt?ion of Porflrlo Diss' men are rapidly approaching from the aoulb. There ia not a French officer or soldier in this city; none but rlttxenaarc on the street* to Any. Ton may Judge that after so long an oocupatloo tbo capital Is drearr sod lonesome. Where are Marques' meo f AH question, but none ma reply. . . The above was written at Mexico city on the 5ih of Fehruarr. Since that--on the 0th? your correspondent learn* by letter* from Mexico that the troops of Razaine evacuated tha ritadri soon after occupying it. and deliv. cred II up lo Marques, who ia understood to hold it now. From Jwapa I learntbat an order had been received thorn 1 from Porflrlo Diss, dated at ZsesUan, ordering imme diately forward a tx.gede of troop# fnon Jalap a to mrat or overtake h im In the valley of and near Mexico. Huch n conjunction of fovea mu-t bay* taken place by thia date, but Ita effect Jn the re*c,'i\of other onmbinationN I we are not perm it tad to kt>/W, as (mysteriously) letters ! an not auriva fbr the oast ;%w dark aad the tetjtr^ph wtree ?tn Pit to day", stopping ?MMeuaMcatiew With the interior. Deem ?f t!*r?n* la JwlUco 411 IVrwimTak. tun Pmrt wlib Ike l?iaerl*ll?t? to Uave the Mtnte In Kive llajre-tJaaaalHiUe Sllll tn the Haadi of tlio Iwperielioto?Affoira si tlmo norw, Skr. _ New Ori.ka.vs, lab. 21, 1447. loiter d?l*M from the interior of Mexico state that Ue mti bad issued a decree to (be effect that all persona taking part witb tbe empire must leave the Stale of Jalisco within tire days. (?uadalfj u , paper* of tbe 23d of January stale that tbe imperialists still hold Guanajuato and ita vicinity. Seine petty liberal chiefs bad gained tnfling advantages Mo relia was in possession of the liberals. Banoanbal bad completed the organization of tbe National Guard at Mxutnoroe, consist.or of one thousand men, completely oUlcered and well equipped K-cobedo inform* Bario zabal tbat be will immediately place at bis disposal two tbousaod men, to be omployud in preserving order ta the State of fsmuulipa* Cortina was .n tbe Stale of Guerrero witb at forc.i. ( enarwMtion of (be Defeat ef Mirnwio Capture of Juarn-A Wild Kaasar. WisuiMinix, Feb. 21, 1847 Official news from Vera Cm*, of tbe !2th met, re ceived to day at Ibo Mexican Imitation, confirms the rw pott of tbe defeat ot Mlramoo bv General Rscobedo, near the city ot teal max. All tbe uetails ara report od fro* MitaaHM The repori of the capture of President Juarez, by Mir* moii was only ? wild rumor. KANSAS LEGISLATURE. K.-nuliition ot Kntlronil fhsrgMi be. Laavaawoetru, Feb. 21, 1447. A lull ha. nau-ad ibe Urgisluturc of this -State, rags latibg the rau-~ oi fur- au.i freight on the railroads with in the Suite The bill limit* chargoH to four cuts a mile for passenger*; ttrst > last freight sixty cents, sec ond Pines tifty cents, ami ttnr<l class forty cents, per one hundred pound for one bundled miles. A bill amending an act lo re-tram drum shops passed ls?tti houses to-day by nu uugecgate vote of 90 ayes to lb nays. The bill provides that applicant for drum shops, grocery or tavern licenses, shall he compelled to obtain a petition signed by a uiaiority of residents over 2A years of age. both mate and female, in the township or ward >n which said dram shop, grocer^pr tavern Is to be kept. The Fonse has passed a similar restraint upon maiiuli'turerfi ?< liquor* CHEAT FL033 IN THE OHIO RIVER. fisnvuii, Kb. 21, I SOT The river f. rising rapidly, and ihe houses along the levee arc submerged to a depth of eight or leu feet. The cellare tn tho lower port of the citv arn noarly all Hooded The railroad track* near this place arn all under water "Die ruporU from above mate that the river in still riant", and that tbe pro..pert is gloomy. SOUTHERN RELIEF ASSOCIATION llotrroir, Feb 21, ld?7. At an admiirned meeting th?? evening of tho Southern Kuli'-i Oornmittee t was resolved that Win. Waters, of the Boston Adnertirtr, and Mr. Greene, of tho Par, be requeated to act as treasurers; and that an appeal be made lo the public us soon as possible to coniribute funds for 'he lemporarv relief or the extreme deatlluMoa existing in the Sooth. Kottun?A Bahv.?On Ihe 13th inat., the conductor ef a freight train on tne Nashville iud Chatlannoga Kall rowl found a day old white child iu the tuuuel near Nashville, ius clothes well oala-d with rain. A colored wnmnu took charge of it, declaring site would earn for it aa long ae tt lived. THE WEEKLY HERALD. The Cheapest \rirn|i?prr H,?l Hn?t l.llarwf Jattrunl in the Country. I Ii? M hK*i,v {Imiai.h for Ui? pros in tvook, no t ready, contains three excellently eritiou mutches. enl.Ud "A ROMANCE ok THK READING ROOM," "GRANDMOTHER MKRKIHTH," AMU " WON AND I.OrtT. ?* I'oninr?'? U?jth shprs ok th*. 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