Newspaper of The Sun, February 1, 1861, Page 1

Newspaper of The Sun dated February 1, 1861 Page 1
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Mmmsm m, hi 1 DIEtKBWrORK SUN, 1 " Ttpttxsaed TMty. ftoftdays fcfm. em whit .tassteesa lUtwk raoatved),-! the Old an e . ttmlUlu. eomar ef reallnxt ud IhMg HmU.ul at Not Ml Broadway, faarosr af Imdnr, Parte, lUrwaeed Axes slsastJiWTihtearloan K'lWM. Tb Drty an doHnrtd by Carrier, to smb. he-rlber In Kw Tuck Cl7 and vicinity, at BIX alKD A QCABTaJt CIMN FtR WEEK. Bine's opt, oo ceo. (V WhtQ Mitt by mall, Four Dollar) year. Amia Circulation throughout U Year, ending sallh December but ei.ses copies per. day. Tire wceklx rx Is mailed to aubscrtbera al esvsttly-nve cent per J ear i 16 tuotiths, $1 i einirl oopiwe, I cents. Bpecl lzna eeut frails to Intending subacribsrs. Address "TUB Sl'lf." Corner Fult.wen-9 Ntamu streets, New York r . .... EJIPLOYSartT Female. SF.WINQ MACHIJfES-WANTEn Ladies la learn to timU ou pliurer'a nd Wm ler Wd roti'ee ng machine. All biauch.a of the machine t-ttrht, Itmi eeev, eel practice on erors. Apply at 1W. (i.ld .t, Hm-kljn, buteeeei UUh and hmt. latltlec'lll KMPl.OVinil.TT-.naIe. AOP.NTS WANTF-D-CAN MAKE FKOU tl toil rtir br e. Utei a .mill trUclo, u-1 lo. - if saiuiir -tos i mum pi, era eiory IU Agents wrrn from 91 to cah meet with an excellent opportunity to maks raeiaey rarAolr.breelltaiuemrtreavoewlbnSt article oni- r el neMltr. 'wrf patentee". lr ewUInf at 01 aid 1 CC( Broaden IN. T.),TOoeaN. a. elA i4ts-lM TSSTBUCTIVK AND AMUSINU EMPLOYr" Ament, by whloh etther bvltae or fentlemea en es-il f earn If to IB per dar without rtek, can bhd .bs I artldtiMlfrlaiitDoitaiUniTio to "KttlRN" bj Ron Offtea, vheea fall printed dlrectvwi, will b rent br ratter nalL enJ Itaa TITALE AKD FEMALE HELP OP ALL ATA aationa wanted to antloe they can ba salted erl'h fnoa aitnannna to arary eMMii7,tty appirtna to H aN- p erne, s spina avw. sa.iv tvs reontamanil this oftka at reliable. taHi-iae-lN BOARD AXD KOOIIN. AT NO. 5 THOMPSON STREET OOOD Board, p laaaaat roooia, aod atujla bxla, ft a wark: kfaoarana for a man andhtawlK lfr,lialvaji ready atbatla Itont pay ta aa4 4 a vimk, vbra yo aaaatMOOdfacMT tali MatTlft BOAnDINO A FEW MECIIAN'ICS CAK liara (nod hoard and comfortlda front room, nlca ftdht In room and all tba mmf4,t4 of htmi aim a frtit mora fnr man aud alio, at 1M Third arr, bet 101b and ITth tta. )a3U S'lrt BOAUDISO-A FEWLADIM OH OEN tUrmea or aanUm)n and their wirat can ba areom Biodatrd with nnd tNMrd and plaaaant roonif at rea aunabla tcrmi at HI Wait 11th it, pear Ttb araJaSJ S BOAUDISO -SINGLE AND MARRIED vntbinea ran ba arenmmodated vlth food room and Yoard. Al a fea rMpeatabla youna bvllea tll at 1 We-l 4th at, eor. bXd ara. ja Mao'lM B OAUD.INO A FEW RESPECTAnLE ' muni men ean be aAPonimoditted with fond board and mnme and a warm parlor.br applrlnc at VH Chat. Iiaa feraara.nelt door to Itanium! alottuna etore l alaa day boardara anonrnmoiUnid, JaJO Mac'lM OARDINO A FEW SINGLE GENTLE, nen ran ba aammaiodated with board t alo a mn- Mamea and bla wtfe, and 9 rouna ladlea. ruraUlied rmana to lot, with or without board, at t Iktrer rt. aear rnuaiui quara, aw xora. jaaaw-iee BOARD $1,60-aREAT REDUCTION IN baard-XmforUblaranailwIttiaieellrnt board tl fin U tl a weak, former nrtoea tlto l"( ladlea from np, lor aominn aooa nnm ana cuewpniM, wm Uma. txeala all othera, a warm parlor with plana. Watebmoa 11 nlnht, and loaflna aoeaa. Ieoa. card at near Broadway. Jail SVaeltJ F. B OARDING A FEWSINGLE GENTLE. 1 fnm&fuo a aenUemttn and wife eaa ba aeeora- Mdated wllh board, at ili Oreeiiwlch et betwaoa VTatta and Canal. Alaa, fumlaned room, to let, wltb r witbaul board. laU 4aall BtOARDING AT 106 BOWERY A FEW tyoimf maa eaa ba aoeomFneaaaad with annd board and pkaearrl rwema t aleo aentlemara and thtdr wlrea ariiii Vara and nimleuad (noma, oo aumntlila tarwia. last aaelW B OARDINO A TEW RESPECTABLE roMBaaiBbe aawmedaaid with aaodtboard and pleaeexl mama, alaa a pentlemaaand hU wife, at IwKtlltoaCbi. let andM area. JallMaalfl pOARD A FEW TOUNU MEN CAN BK J accoaamoaatad with food board and plaaaaat nomai alaa a few roan ladlea, at 49 Ibwond araana. cwaadalaiHithadoor. alaa'l)l LODGINGS 10 CENTS CLEAN AND aomlortabU alniUdend donbla beda 10 and 11 aenta ataht I atnala moma It to tl oento I aonUemaa and rUenialaaeuta. Uood full aeala. Inaludlng deawrt. to Ota. at 4llnmardat. near Itroadwar Watch naoaUnlthtandlodalnaaU all hour. laHMaall LODGINGS-AT TBE TRAVELLER'S Uome, Ho, I Tarkk at, two doom from Franklin at, vbara reenertabla men eaa be aooommodated with clean awrfortabU alnala beda at 1 J eta par alahh roome for antlaanaa aad a Ife, II to CO cte per alehts aaod aeaJ a raflrealuaeota ilran to aruW. lad 4aaUI 1 AS MONROE ST-FHRNISD ED R00U3 -1 to K to mi.U uulet famlllea with facllltlea for earn r Bloal Bouaokeepli. Tarma uaderau. tall Stea'liS TO LET. APARTMENTS TO LET AT 197 NASSAU rt Pmokljm. Rent, per month, tl and IS. ra. aiiertlTely i Immediate poa.lon. Applf to WM MM, HKLN. MI Itroadwaj-.N. Y. i rooui it Jalu I1M BUILDINO TO LEASE FOR 8 OR 6 years the bnltdlni U WM Fertleth it, 1 etariea h b, ft fiwt br 0" feet derp, lota anont lkl feet deep. Pkil .line would anewer lor a etable, brawi'ry or any aianafaeturluapurioaa, Apply W JAO 111 WKIIKlJ. Illllowary. laa Haa'UT COTTAGE TO LET 10 A MONTH A J nice nnt'axe, elidbly eltuatad on tin city rallroal, HrotklU,e nr.'nb-iit tl ferrys Immediate ponMsxIou: alo t ilea a larM hmiea on rlrunkl) n nelihte, n.-ar Fulton ferry. AfTlr at rrankiert Uouae, r5 William at, room J. jai'l d'ltl LIGHT ROOMS AND BTF.ADY PDWBB TO LET, BV J01LN flANIH', C J3i tlr'l) NO. Kl WALKER 8T. OFFICFS AND ROOMS TO LET-WITII or w Itlioiit eteam power, In hullnlnf eor. Ilroadwt and llroMne eta I ne rlonr, a Ith nA'eii wludowa, can I opened HM by 14 feet If deela.1. admtmblr adapted fnr ptano lona ware ruoina. inuuireoi j, w. ri.inioi, 4TBroiimaat. ja3 flft ROOMS 10 LET-THREE ROOMS tJ 1 worooma. rent rcrr low,at IH1 Centra t, baaemant nltwolied rajuui4. Aleo, furolihed roonu ujvtowu, Aipyl. tal.lll,liMlreMieay, baxDMut, .nilU'lbi 13 0OMS TO LET-FOUR ROOMS, NO. 4 1 itet-t ronioA 1ST Korutbeti alenlmma at "' lor' th, litUlirUle. ti Htiard, lit Mulberry, U lMUiw,m Iwaaz and M and lui Cannon ata.l Rente tow, Inqulreof A. M. FA.NNINU, Sd'J Daaery.JaSl 3 ROOMS TO LET A DESIRADIJ1 FIRST Aoer ei. lire to lit. Tent til f r month to a r.ep.y labia ftmlh. In tbaprlrata houaa 87S tt Mth at la cation central and eonrenleat. Jail I'Ml STEAM POWER TO LET, CORNER North Ftrat and Third eta, WUIlameberjb. JaSld'ltl SIACniIERTi DICK'S ANTI-FRICTION MACHINE, FO FUNCIIINO, BHCAKINU, anu UtEtwisU Ikon, e., TOr. M08T EFFICIENT. EOUNiiMlCAL ANr) LABOlWiAVINO ItACUlNCSlN TUB WORLD. ' rrtetleo la all but dona awarwith, next to no all la raMulred la ruanlnt them; and ao repelra ara aaad. ad far yaam the laraaet maahlna rwiulra laea tban uc-boiM power lor Bbeartnl and Funehwf Iran, to ana Inah In thlcknam, with no pareepUnle affort, do alaa work la the meet anwotn aad perfect manner, a refer te the Urtaet and moat auooaawul aetau aeuta la tba country, to learn the relne of the aanoua maablnra auda undeTDlUK'S fATKNT, auch aa Cooiai It lltwrrr, Trenton, N. Ji Ooei tea BTaea Kauiaa Co, Frorldenea, R. Ej J. B. W. W. Oel.', Jaaae, Hnaa A Co, New York; Wt- rarrra uuiuiiii Hiua, letrart, Mien.) coLuna Ail iACioaT,ColUnavllla,ct.. and many athera la New ort, New Eai land, Vfii InUTllUnob. Oaortla, Oblo, e. eta many of whom, after natal them for two or three yeare, aey they would not be wtthoat tbaaa for three or four tlmaa f hair emts and ether ear that la romp rleea wtth any other maehlaaa knowa to tham, that tlier pay for their eat la erery all months naa, AU orden promptly attended to, and all laiormaUoo glrtn by g-ByTJJB BROTHER A CY) . fUlI K AULM'IB, Wi milL 8TKEET, aU'U NKW YORK. IWEW YORK MACHINERY DEPOT. J.1 8TEYEMI BUOT1 IEB A CO , ttt Faarl Street. r.rary dcamipUon of atetlonary aad portable eteam urlnee, analne and band lathea, power and bead pleat-re drill, arerratttna maehlnee, bolt onttera, mortur Ina aad teuonloi machine. a.i ahw elreular aad np rltht aawmlllaaf aarloua alndei arala mill la treat warletr. AU for ala at the rary lowant prlaaa te enlt the ttiaea. Jet tf.11 LEHIGH METALLIC PAINT THE UN. danadnad, eaenta fnr thla wreluble paint, ara pra aiWWaupplytheUrie claae dealer at the low net auaaufactunr1! prlcne. They warrant the artieleto be auserter le aar aold la thla market, belua fully T6 per elaaatal; for prwaerriag Iron and other metal, aud wood and ranTaaa it baa no aroaU Brick baUdiac eamtad with eaa coat of thla paint win be .kept per. iaraly dryf or maay yean at about one-third the price ei pure waa a at worta raauy mora ior au eucu par- 8TEVB1IS, BROTHER CO, WfterleUNewYwk tfilt r-rlU anxeaJI TT THE NUMBER 8913. FINANCIAL, do. NEW TORX, Thttralay, .. II. The Bloik marker wm d:i WJaj, there beloj lul llu'l doing with lower piicea aa tba rule. Pa rlflc Mill liae tallied aftln. It rommen. ed at Mtf , laet trtulng-l pice, and cWd at ttC There weieealeiof Uotetntuent fine of 1-xio at J, aal coupon, of 1ST1 at 1 V. Fr firra of 1ST. S3 wm kid. Bi'ea of It per cent Traaanry notes were made at 101', a lirt. In BtaU etjeka the prlnclil change wit In Tennesve aliee. The report vf t'je uaara.ee of that elate, puUlalied jrtterdy, a re eardrd aa unfarorable. and under eome forced aalna loJay the price run d-iwn to It. At thla ILrure litre wae a good demand, and II wai eked at the ckwe. In Rallread lnde the bualneae wm arua!!, but price of moat kind are liarJenln. The Money marktt rules iteady and eury at th current ratea, but without anlmatloik The demtnd anca'l at 6 a I percent. I readily met, and all firal-claee paper finda buyer at I a par cent. In foreign e.harge nothing la dlng, the market not hating opened yit for the Saturday ateatuer. Tor DiTCMrT Frn.We find In the B irVm Du.f Adtrrfit,r, copied from ottVlal d.curaenu, the til. lowing atelotnfutof the ecrrra! atatea In the eurpliu retruue dexelted with them ly the t ullod Stater. g"Ternn.et,t by le art of June tl, K, and which the prreetit Btrtrury of the Trewury propnaei to tnaVe the lc of ercurlly Ui new toau to pwrlJe for th erpenaee t f the gorerametit I Maine JiAH 1 New llampahire iw.'i.Oh.! 7J enix.ut , GuMI-nl V Miaohl:eetU 1,114,111 M Uaineitlriil Ii'.t.OTO 00 K'CHle laland I-I1.33A 30 Near Jererr 704.CT (10 New Yolk 4.011 MWl I'lenuyltani l,u;,MI tt Delaware -4i.;M 41 Marylaud ,,, l.V..H Vt Virginia t,U4,TiI P4 N'rth Carolina , l,4U,,aI I't 8 mlh Carolina ,,, l,tI.,42J 01 llegia l,tt.4J 01 A'alwma OVJ,0-) ja 1nilalaua tTI.on 14 Mirelwdppl 4j,3 Id Tennefeee l.tll.T.M Si Kentucky 1,41.1,T:.T 31 tiblo t,nii;,20O II Meaeitt lt-tl.33.M0 Inllaua WH4 41 Min.ua 4TT.U19 14 A'kanea 1-'.,T.M 4J M.hlgan !40,;1 ti $14,101,044 1 A'ld fouith Inataluient which wa not peld 1,147,114 Total aurptua J,464,snw Hi Tl payment u( twenty eight millloae wa made In three lnxtalininle the tiuith lnalalmenl wa to Lara Wen paid Ortolr 1, 137, but waa withdrawn on account of the financial difficulty la which the government then found Itself, Of the tnlOl.Mo actually paid, th elatee which hare now receded, excepting Florida, not then al lotted, rerelTrd 3,031,t- 41. The free etatea which tharcd In the eurplu received $li),0f.1,041 l II appear, from an official eUtement, that the atueuul of new Preferred atoclc of the Erie Railroad Cunipaoy la lea than eight mlllloue, not tan, aa haa been generally beUered. The total of una, cured bond a with accrued Inter, to be conrertal Into Preferred atock, la aa follow I Principal of bond 14T1 tt.iM.OOO I'rlncirjal of bonda liTS l.wo.ooo l'r.r.il of booda lsr.'l g.loi.OOO C.W9.5X) InUreat on bond 1971 4.M.S4.1 latereaton lwodalS7S Bo.l.l.V) lutereotonbondalxii , WJ.015 1,100,010 Toti. rnrrnnrr. $7,oio The new organ! latloa, couequeotly, tuala thua I Mortgag deM tlt.OOt.OOO rrefrrrad atoiai ,,, 7.NW.0O0 Couimouetock...,,., 11,000,000 Total (34,001,000 II hae aleo bean reported that a call of i m abaie la to be lerled to complete th new orgauiaa-. Ilen. We hare the authority of th reoelrer for aajlng that no call la contemplated, be ualleTlng that If the road la allowed to go on aa at prweut, until the time for the completion of the purchaee, the tat ef December next, the earning, of th com. piny will be eufbeieut to pay off all llaulhtie for beck coupniw, aud obviate the neceaaily far any call on the bond or abHktoJdere. The Kaaaau Dink of Brooklyn liaa declared a dirldend of 4 per rfut., iyab1e on domand. Tbe Adtlatlc Fire laaurata-e (Jmipaay ha da c'ared a dirldend of four per cent , payable on de mand. Il.e I.ong litem! Bmk baa drc'ared a acml auuual dlr.dcud of four J-er ceut., payable on de mand. We are InfonoeJ Hat the Delaware, Lackawanna and Wr-tnn Ritlrood C". hare dntlded t pJj tlia balance of their Ixiorte Bonda of l'Ct and HOT; and the aame will I ld on preeeuLition at their ..ffire, No. . William atrect, w lib the lutcrct due thereon. Tt.c I turret on the bonds of the New Jcreey It ill nd and Tl tn-iNrlation Company, due on the tat of rllivitr, will be paid at tbo Bank of Cm luerce. The lanla of 8 tith Carollnt lare t-iken at ar a ' lie l riJe lid 17 the atate, lutereit 0 per cent., pijul le 1 en cnutrulrvt. A telegraphic diriaiUu aunouni ea that tl.e road Ih.I, rlgl t of way, and real entnte, of t'.e Spring flu d, Munt Vtniou awl l'ituburg It tl'ro,id Ohii-patij-, from Springfield to Delaware, Iih hiding the to la, maiblueiy, thnpa and rolling atock, wa eold at alierlO'e aale yeeterduy, t'rcderii k A. Laue, of thla city, ! erne Ike punhaeerof the entire pro letty, for the finl moitju, boudholdi.ni, at tliai,onn, STOCK EXCnAMQE BALF.S-nRST BOARD. 6H0 U. S. He.tn., tl IS Del. dr Hul. .. 01 Hu0U.S.b'a,ni.ipllt' HI do 91 '.G.M10 Trea. 11 p.e,10 S73 Dud, Re, B... 45 MX4 de 10i;a' t00 do 4"V laeioo N. C. Sa II 100 di....bW UH lOIOO Teem, ta, -M. 71 100 do. . , ,alO 4.'' 1 'JOCO Mo. a. . . ,blO 18 V 1M Harlem B II t00 do,.blO 1 M 111. On. K. sp SO 23000 do II 1M do 79V bflOO do....alO OS 100 Harlem R. Ff. lH tOCO Cal. 7a 67 100 do..,. WO U 2OO0 N. Y. Ceo. fia. OO 1X10 do !)' WWO N . Y. Cea. 7a. 9 500 Reading R. . . . 403; 40U FjtetdM..esl 100 do,,,. W0 41 lOtO N la. tat M.. M 100 do ',' riOO 111. Can. Ba.. M 100 do 41X Hmoc.AN.W. IK 41 M do 43V DODO do 0M 1001aVh.Cen... M MOO Han. St-J. M 100 do 6SV tflOOllud. WM... M 100 do.. ,.b00 Hi BOOOCla AT. S. FT8 100 M. S. A N. I. 1SJ 10 Market Bank.. 17 H do 18 V M0 Canton. II 60 U. -A N. U.g MJeJ K) Peon. Coal,.,, to 10 Oal. A Onl. K. 71S SoPadfwM.B... MX" M do 71V 100 do.,,.a0M), B0 do S Xi do 4X 10a.Tol.. UH 116 do 61 100 do 14 V 1U do Ntf MO Chi, A B.1... BSV 50 do few too do..,.b30Bw; 71 M. Y. Oaa. R.c WV B0 do.... WOW), 1(0 do 84),' 00 do.,,.bl0MV too do e SO 100 do,,..00BS 10 do illff 100 do 10 M 110 doblpAoMH 100 do ISM 130 do.,.lJI0MV 0 do.,,.HBi DO do... W0 80 100 do OW BECOHD BOAJtD. tOOO Trea.lt p..e.l01; to 111. Re. R... 41 S.0 do 101M MUerlauK M'i COOOMo.0 M M do M'i 10O0Ky.ee MM too do II nOOO Tana. IK)., It 00 Panama B.,,.113 tf 1000 111. Cm. Be. . 10 11 do Ill 1000 C.A N.W 1 M 40X 10 HI. Ceo. IBdN B) FaclnoM-BelO 83 10 Ual. e Chi.... tl 81 do f6 ISO da....... 71 B0 M. T. Cen. R.. M 10 Chi A R. L. . . M DO da...cpg80 10Otd.B.4Q... 71V 1J Erie B........ UHW Brook. C. R...IU STOCK IXUCTCATIOSH. Thla taUl to derived by eomparleon of the ITral Board aalaa each day 1 JjrrawciD. pertiaaTX PadleaLB... M'farci Ma. le Wperct Hud. Bv. ... H M Tana, la. It.. 1 .. Uariera R. Pf. , .. C. A N. W. I M. X ,. ClaATol.lt. M M. T. Ceo. .. X CU.aSB.IlB. H M UarlamR.,.,, ', M M. a. M.;la. H ,. HI. Can. R'.Bp, X Wnn-c rtAYTsro wtth ibybbat, covpait. lojea, at St. I-oaU, 00 8undar, a little Oermm liety fell headlong down a hatchway. 70 feet deep 1 ha waa instantly killed, tat Ui biy horribly mutilated efa, r NEW YORK, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY THE NEW YORK SUN 1RIDAY MORNING, I'EH. 1, 1861. Mr. narry-frem I he .laral rlat of tlew Bin. RlM7 h irtiUrcl a tucctea. Thit ! Mj-lng very, tvry little of whit he lm done. He haa ichicved a ylctorr In faror of morality and tumanlty. He lua clib!tol tto demoral. l2dtIonoflrulaliiy Id retpect to thdt noblest of all animal the hot .. One of the thing which Mr. lUnitt dots Kto recur tlioarmrathv-of hi) Immenae ludienoca with hlmielf, in his wonderful elf-poaei-in and nerve to luUlatnp; the wortt of the race by themltdcat of 7ncn me.tn, which In fact lit. flkt 110 pain. Many think hit con.UMtt are effected through the mere luflcrlBg and ev.. hatution of thii animal, where, It la nulnly through the hclptouncM of the animal of which In duo time he Income coninceJ, and whew once Impreeaott that hit power U Rone, ho fill ea all up, and abandon, hlnuolf t th w 111 of hi, connncror. We wlh that all the rartmen, draymen, hatkmen, cabmen, etaircnu'ti and waonmen of New Yolk and Droiklj 11 could witnne h'l ex. liibitiona. We aro euro that tlto loewn would not If loet. We have no particular cluroa to alloo airainat thee men, of ill treatment of tho horee, Jtidret by the common ttandtrd. Hut th re ehould another ml a better eland ard. Wllh all tho rire and consideration whiili tho horao revolt ra, there la much poe. tlie brutality and 111 treatment. Wa haro ecu Iiittaiuet of dreadful truclty inlliilo.1. They aro by no tneana uncommon. Sonio of thee are aim pie aatagelama crime. We have aocn a horae In a dray,haulk and re fuae to draw. Whipping and nidgi-linti and all manner of pummelling waa ued ujiuti the. poor Irute In Tain. There he itol In tullen, ilo. (edolielinanry moving not an Inih, though belalorcd, fore and oft, by four or five men. At lat, mother dray horae waa brought, In bar new. A rop waa tied firmly around the touno of the poor brute, and the horae hitched to and atarted under the crotk of the whip. What fol lowed f Why the toatru waa draw n out, and the animal had to be killed. What would Mr. Rakt lure done? II would have put that horae through hia ayatem of aubJuKatlol and taken the atublnirnneaauut of him, aud tnado him ccr afterward, uacful and valuable. Thouianda ofdellari ara aacrtlleel, every year, In thla city, through mlsmanaifoment and ill treatment of the horae. The foelinjra of ur yoono; men ami boya are brutallzod by the n-eirai they wltncaa. The whole world la under grout obligation to Mr. lUitKr for the new Ideas he haa Introduced. There may be, and aught to be, a revolution It favor of tho rihta of humanity and morality la tho treatment of this moat uaoful servant, subjected to tho uo of man, from among the animal creation. Mr. Karit hai made a Urinnlnir., upon which we hope the community will Improve). Away with the barbarism of our horse trainers ami tamers. Wo say tway with it I Fa haa Mree Prayer MeeHla; Yceaterday. The rooms were filled at th opening, and In a few minute there era not even alaadlng room. UtviTAL n Jeiukt Cur. The leader said he wa from Jaraey City, and he w label to ad 1 to alt the requoHte which had been rexl, one for bte chimb, Ttlnlly Methodist Eplaco! Church, In which there Is now In pmgrea a great an 1 glorlou revival of religion, and many eltinere 0 In all-. have been oaiverted, and several of theae weie rami liera of the Babbaih 8ho.il. of that Bablialb School he waa tlie Baperln tendent. For thla School he begged prayer. Alan for hi two now out of CbrUt. One of lliem waa alreeely fttlad for College, and 1100 oould tell how ausloua hla fetlier aud mother were for hla convera'ao, Icfore be ahould enter iiin bla Co'trgeroiHire. I'lMTtn ron Kiev. Ilr-enT W.tnn IIku lira aim ins ruvne 11, was ro.ueatl by a man v. Lo alood In the doorway and aald ha waa elxnit togoovcrtot'iat ihunh to alien 1 the funeral of LnwAkii CoaaiNO, he having been a iiiamlier of tlial ihunh. l'iay lUat the death of thl, dear brother, ao olteu with aa, may be aaof tlAivl bi put. r end church, aad that by It they may be eprikeiied In new spiritual life. A tmosgeveanooie'uit of hla religion eirl eie. lie waa from the noith of Ireland, and had found Cutlet at aea. Mv aaxioca were lit tbe meetiug. Oue tntti stood by the door, and lingered lor couveraatiou. lib t aaid he, I am in great dietreaa on account of tin, and I cau get n pew.e 'if mind. I Lave been here many times, but n re lief oomea. I leel aa if I could not go away until 1 get relief. Oue and another endeavored to point him lo Jariua Chriat, aa tbe gvor. 'tl'jl I know all llial," uld be, "but how tut'! I fl'il k.n.r "Find blml by lot.klug for noihtuj elee but him and louk b) hitu dlw right here, aud you will fiud him," aaid a young maiu "Yml iiinal not eipetl lo find him by tomlng V) thl meeting lor help, Thla meeting caurnd balp you " Tbioor man groaued lu hla spirit. "I want rill.f,- be laid, "I want lellef." Si aald otbera. Gun i.ivtnJ-.Til.L A Utile fellow, a German, waa aittlog ema day on a nteii, tired and fotiie, wbvu a gentleman from tbe Cbtldrea'e Aid 8 aie-ty paeaiHl by aial saw blm. lie wa struck by his In. lellltent txpreaalcm and hia frleaallaaa apiwaranLe, aanl ba went np to blm. They leil Into talk togeth er aud at laal the Ud told hi htatory 1 bill at the cliaie, on our viaitur'e aaklng him w bather ba did fee I very much afia'd, ao alone in a great city, Ike bey looked tin with anch aatmpl espraeelouo faith, and aald In German, " No sfr ntyunf and nmtthtr ort iltaJ, atxr Uatt UU nock but O xl live, .llll!" We oever forgot that boy.atieach. Perhape on that day, lu all the grand chunhea and through a taourtaud hauaeholda, there did not aacend a purer offeriDg of trust and worship than that pour orphan boy's words. 8a a nw ira IeiA ts As Ihs fruit of a recent revi val on Oahu, more than a hundred backaUdar have been reclaimed over two kuodrsd have been ra. eatved to tbe ehurchea; about Bv hundred were to be admitted on tba fliet Babbalk In January, and above five hundred others are regarded aa coarse la. Tbe audi dances are euppreeaed. Many of the M r. moua aud Osthslics aUeud th maetlngs. KiviviL MnvnasaT During the prwaent month the revival movement haa twwerfuUy manlfaetail 11 aelf la Mdherwell, a rlou village In Lanark ahlre, Enilaod, which form the eanlre of a buay on 1 teeming artlaaa and muting nopuiatioo. 1 ue meetloga fur prayer bars Increaaal from amall be glunlnga, till the largest ball In the place, capable of receiving a oongregmtlon of ftlteeo hundred, waa filled to oveifl rwlng. Union prayer meetings con. tioue to be held night and morning. Tin raoiKwnoH or cnrauti sunu to the whole popiilailaala thl country has rapidly Increase 1. u WW it waa tto 11 1 la leoo It was 1 to Hi In iwn.onetolli la 1800, oaa to IX ahowugsvery rapid Increaae In the last quarter of a oanlury. Tin Jaatira BsvivaL. We have additional lu. telilteoc ol epectal Interest from Jauacla. Tfcs regular eorreepondant of the lmcbaa reenvari aeyai "Tbe great rellglotia movement U atill progreaelng, and fllllag our bearta wllh gladueaa. It la faat extending over the whole land 1 aud, lu amis place, trauefonning th character of Ihs who' cocumualty. Tbe DabUsare natutpanea. A suit la now pending l-efora tbe Paris trlhu. nals having for its object th legal recognition of the claims of th American Uovai-aktiu to a share, in tbe Inheritance ef the late Jchomc lIoNArARTK. Important family document now tome to light for th first time. J.ess subservi ent than has brother, Lucia refused to obey tbe command of thl aimpcror, and would not be separated from bla wife. In a letter written on the sablert, he aald that ritevar tban at know d( the lilegitim ey of his two children, ha e-a-aaajaaaaaaaataa ayai . rTl fl r ' I I "I ' I I ' I II "-jll III I I. I. II. I ) M Q wHel T ? hr-.- r . . iim - M - j lvlaldBBlV4J .taaa.a.BaLaa.aW aaV would Immolate them with hia own hand, ''My dignities," said he, "belong tolh Kmperor.The thole of mr place of retreat belong, to blnii whcnherommanlsme tochanplt I wlllnhevi if he rviuircs it, I shall quit Kurope. but I will not quit uiy wife and thildreu event with my life.'' From theao fupeirs It appears that after tho downfall of tho r.mpe ror, a correspondence wa, maintained botworn the two branches of the IkitArARTK famllv, in which the nlttlonahlp wa, mutually aik'nowlcilM, In 181:'. Mad ame lhtMArAHTK tUitcet Kuroes and was re ceivt'd with much cordiality by her huali&nd's relatives. And en tint mirrlao of her son In It.".), Madame LrririA, mother cf the Kinprror, wrote him A letter of enn pratulatlon, addrcslng him a, " My deetr on." Again, lu 1810, on tho marriage of tho I'rin. cess Matiiii hk ilatiEhtrr of the evklng of Weatphalia, to M, UgMitmri', sho wrote a letter to her " brother," Informing him of tho event. When Lorn NAiviree was in this country he slo wrote to him, aoci ptlng the offer of his "cuttsln's" hospltalllica, and on hla becoming Emperor, ho a I Ironed h'ni as his "dear cousin." Hut consideration of poller ajatn rtvvaile I, and Truce) lS'Ariii.t'.u 'aud hie sister the Trim-ess Matiiiluk, etoiiiaudel of tho Kiiis-ror and tho fVmarW afe) t'jmllit that M, M. TATKRanw (Mr. Jkuomi: ll.e. artk and Don) should not Im accorded tho rlghta Ivlonging exclusively totho legitimate tMite. and that they and their doecenlant, shuulil le prohibited from bearing tho llont I arte name, 'lhucouiwil decided that they should bear the Ilonanrle name, but deel lo I illegally, as la now contended, that tle-v sliould not enjoy other privilege of tho 10 lo Napo Icem, relating to sueceaslon. lhe memorial Ufore tho court prtvs that an Inwnlorr lie inadeof tho property of his l.ito linperiai lllgluieuu Triueo Jt.iniMk, and a pir tition tnadeofit, thrlegltiniaeyof Mr. Jkiiumk IkiiArAnTR and bis son, 'ran b fully protnl from the f.ict of tho vali lily of tho first marriage of Mls Tatmihoi in IgiU, On the derision of tho If ibuual depends the to gslity of tho first and sirotid matrhtgta. Tho caaervilleathegteatest Interest la all circles of Krenih society, aatlui moft important Issues aro lnvohe.1. Sliould the decision prove favor.lUj to Msi'sme Huwai-ahtk and her son, tho chil dren of the second marriage will lie declared il legitimate, and Mr. JrmiiK lbiitrtttri'., of Ilallimnre, Iweomea the next heir to the throne of France after the Prince lmierlal, isw only four ear obU Olavalrad en hlnvrry. Mil. OuisTEAiiabnokson the slste slate, bear the reputation of groat impartiality and almost all his statenivnta are supwrteil by citations from southern authority. From hi, " Ilor,ltr .V.iir Slalrt," we nuke' the following extract, whhh we commend to our readers for its sound Setiso and juat t lows 1 IM ma lietikly and with the m mt tv-etrul and friendly dleN,iliou t-eward tho who disagree with me, atate my oaiv.cti.in ou this eubjeei Very little laudid, truthful, iiuprejudUitl puSllc disiueatou hae yet beeu had on thla vrX'd snbje t of slaveiy, The eitremUu of the ft-mill eetee 11 their opioueuU aa madmen or robtierai and In variably mlirrepreeatit, liiistinderalaud and cm aeHiieiitly entlraly faii to meet ttielr argument. Tbe exlromlal ,.f the N.irtli eeteem the atave. boldera aa ruUs-ia and tyraute, wlllully and male. vuleutly oMireeelvs aud cruet- lljt I sii.knhi niatfa baa been d.ene to preveut reaeomUile view, awl Judicious action, by both, both North an I South, who have held moderate and more reason, able opluiona, than by thnae of either of the ex tien.e pattiea. I mean that, la lb einleavor to auSteaa agitation, tliey have prealuov.1 an un healthy dietiuet and an unaouud and dangeroiui eondltiou of the public mind. In the feveilali ef fort to secure eaoo, they have forgolton, aa le a paroul.the sliupleet deinanls of prudence. ' Men, says Maoaciav, " are never .Ikely lo eettle a 3iieetton iihlly, aa when llisy dlavibia It freely." bla principle la at the baale of free Inetltutleua. lie revere la tbe apex of deapotiam. The attempt lo auppreee dlseuaalou baa given tverr advantage to the tmtsni&ad rliaua uei Udh sUlea who aa. sum to Bght for truth and right. Aa I'Bfwrteaale Yaatk. The Marquis of Bute) Is thirteen yean old, and haa an Inoom amounting to aa much aa four AwtWrrW f aowseuvi d.Alart a year. Aa he is an orphan, his relations are lighting a! .out their respective claims to the guardianship of the young heir. An Kngllth paper says t "The rival guardian adviaate tba rival syiiteiuai the tioukh liidJoMIc clerk and the Lorn IIiKh CliaiHwllor f Kugland are Invoked t eelile tbe diffeieia-eaof tl.e rtias onnlondliig over title pre

cious Irunt. but aoeiu uxabla to mttle their tn, eaib eartiiig bla Meaarate aulliorily over a ward who bold litlee andNNeieiiHlonswilliintheJuria.lic llonol both. "Diiiim uu-dJIe wi uay altrl o' llinu-. friea and l,alld o U abaay, growls the Caledonian Miie-a. 1ake care bow you interfere with my Marquis ol Hole,' thunders the KUedaiitaututH of l.uelaud. ltumovs hliu bum Bvotlai.d at your teril,' warns lend ilLrNooaaa. Srt tbat be Is brought wlthlii my JuiimIiiIiou, or l-awsra, ls ireee 1,'wd Cui'brit. aud between Udh lhaee slows tl.le youth olbriglitproaieH tale likely enoug a. wine dtseel )ears betee, t.) liud blineell if not on the ground, at leant tqiiu aie tlier nt-eil-.that of re ieiitaiice. lu the uteiaultiiie ha la id teites e-oort, aa II were, aul la deiill frmteitli life, ml nen tial ground, a hit b, fiutuniiiely for blm, be Hnde In thelamlly of bis lelative, the Karl of 111 loway ' How il.neii lit would lie tlie ai-tlon, of hi, nlt tlou to the yontli If be weiea "oor relation" In btesd of ths lislr or a princely fortune I Kaaeeu aa a Klate. Kansas comes into lhe Union under tho Wy smh't Coiislitution.whiih wa, adoptwl In July, Ik.'i0, and raltlled by tlto imojilu in Oelolwr of tho aanio year. Uy thloCoioititution the boiin d.iriea of tho stales aro lined thus 1 The state of Miwouri em tlm eant, tho 37th parallel of I ill! n. lo on the south, tho V.ld meridian of lon gitude from Washington on thewrt, and tho lint Parallel of latitude on the north, ibis area Is alesit sixty Ihoiifand Mioiro miles, and includes all tho soutliiiru iitunlies of Nobrafka. 'I hi follow in ersoiis rou-titutn tho Slate (iovernmrnt of Kausus, aa electtxl In Dcicin Ur, 1 soil i llovrtuov Ctuaus It mii-iimin, t.lsotennut UuveiiMir -I. 1. ll'Ver. 8e.T)liyof Bute J. W. KoiiKowal. Yraesnrer Win ual noi.m. And lor-GMiius lloiti.s. Allot sey-fleneial- II F. Siae!. Snpeiutcndeut Public IttHtrmliou W. K. Gltr riTii. Chief Jaatiee Tuouis K.mi.i. dr. A lute Judges Baausi. A. Kiaunaa aud L. I), flan st. No Ma very la China. la 102), arematkable monument was disco vcrulin bigao-fu-iivhhensi, In China, being a slouu tablet with long liuv riptioti iomme.mo rating ths diffusion of tho illustrious religion of To him, "(Christianity) in China." A translation of it iu full by Dr. IiHirxmAs will lie found in the seiond volume of Ur. Wn MAits'a learned and valuable work on Chin. Commencing at page TA, Ur. Wll LlAM, ssys; that both Kuickeh and Lk CuMrg tlaltned it as a record of th success of the Komieh church In China, but later v ritera have had tba candor to allow that it commemorates tbe exertion of lhe Keatorlaua. In enumerating th ilistlrqruiahlng character. Istlcs of this Uluitrious religion, it has the fol. low lag passage 'TAey kery n stapes, but place npoa an equality tbe high and low." According to Ike Inscription, this monument wasereetexl A.U., TBI and thl "illustrious religion" wa iBtroduiod into China in the year A.D., b3C. At that tlmo, therefore. Christians held it to be one of their doctrine "to lien ao iluors." Tbo JlkeaUa of the nraaklya. Extract ef a letter from a young man on hoard the V. 8. iloop-of-war Ilrooklya, a she left Hampton Roads 1 "Uses FavHsa. I received your note on the lath, sod waa glad to hear of your being m good health. .... ... .- ,. ...I- u.l,K ,-.-.n- .n r .1.. res are foiu- to rmw" .. ..',, - . - not know whan we will be back. Ood only knows wbolber we will aver come back aoma ol us uy k..w. u.tt. r will not be abla to write anvmors for a while; so, latlier, Q "1 b.sea yoii until I see you sgsln, II I aver . 1 nope in i 1 wiu. W instance the ton of this letter inerelv to show Hut aboard o( the Urouklyn apprehen sions of au uuploduut nature existed. Cer tain It Is w have two tersloni of Oovern- .,- .1. .!-.. !.. Ann eh.) .he la almt.tv tn nieui e ue.in u , ..-.- -- ,-j -- Intercept U. H. vessels heretofore ordered into Pensaci laj the other, that she la to go In there. It will be unfortunate If, through mlaapprebcn sion, hostilities are Inaugurated. Vrfswwisft (I'ti.,) JVaasiTijif, SraiisTK or tiik Rum ah Catholic Ciiuw 11, from 1808, prove iti sUadr progress In th United States. Daring the Isst year, the foundations of 8H new churches were com menoed. In lSOH. there were only Gel priests, HO ehurchea, and If bishops la lb United State. In IHnO, there were 2,J5 prWate, 4) blahopt, and H,33 churebw. 1, 18G1. Chlafwe) Fxawrhraeea. The font altowfrl to Count I.AirrtRK, wtsat wretched In quality is it wsa 1 "areo In qu unity, anil ho suffered perpetnslly from extr -tn hun. grr, Afewdilldren, to whom he wa, quite a show, and some Muaeelmans.to whom he talked about th Koran, occasionally gar blm somd fruit anil eakee. The prisoners, also, sometime, ehsrsd their poor rations with him. Home among these last, however, were not so kindly disposed toward, hhn. Ono day whilo ho wa, acatod In the courtyard, a fettcrcl prisoner who art In od only tbat diiv, said to Hi.) Count t "heo you, I am a hUhway rohlmr and a murderer; If ever you t banco to have) any mo ney again, I onlv wih I ntsv have the luck to meet Jem on the hiKllWav'', "Ilsh!" replieI lhe Count. "If I were but freo to take tho road iny meetirg jou thiro weull ho of mighty little e.oiia,-,iuctiio." Thoiipirr end of thepriwn wtrd wis mono. polie.1 by aeten Maud irina, who hit been do gri'led and sentenced for var on, crimes. Hut lie Count's Wat friend wa, a young fellow who ha I been In above threo ye trs, on a chtrgaof killing a mm who had attempted to rival hti in love. Ili, mother t a, freqttentlr admitted to si him, and their extreme, mutual affection l ilc acrilwd by tho Count a, moat touching. 1 he Count w is alao very kindly fronted bv a man of fsi, who had lieeti scroti rears In Jill, chirgexl with adulterating ingots nfeilver with lead. This collier, for such lu effect ho waa, Ingots of silver paasing current In largo piv nicuts, w.i oRtrvtitcly devout, exhorting tho C lint to put his trust in Hud I11.1, Mil. I frequent, ly to rc'.it tho imocallon coitaraled toA-mi tc-fu. When tho Count hail In some .loi-reo rerov end. he waa tube visile I bva Min.lirln of tho light blue) button. (In the first occasion, after gning long and keenly at the Count, this Mandarin pronounce! him to I hi "one of tlnwo long-haireKl relsls from tlto pro Ineo of Can Ion." The ('mint Indignantly replied Hut ho was not from Canton, and eoiild not ha a reliel, Inasmnc h as he had never Ihvii a sitbjo t of the. Kmperir. Ill Mandarin effected lint to heir Ibis 1 lain retort. Tho Count was auh-equentlr quest lulled as totho number of Itueel.in, mil Americans whom tbe Mandarin effected to ! liete lo be lu the allied nrtnv, nn. I hn was eipo elallv rruirixl Instate whether tho Emperor of the rri-nch held his powers from the head of tho Celestial empire, lie antwerexl Imhllv an I tru ly, an I hia truths, ex-caaloiully se.nomvd with se.mo veiy pliiuant t.irca -in, no enragod the Mandarin that ho pretended not lo understand them. In turn tho iiiiDersat ion, wlioii hefound it turning against him, In Insolently remarked Hint for 11 Kreni h Mandarin of rank, the Count was but pooily dreeseal; to whhhliereplle.1 that his dress cf nhitc stuff wssneecairilvsiaiilcdby the shstneful treatment ho had receive I and tho fl 1 1 lev state of the prison, aud lint ul his lodg ings and in the Krciuli cuiup he had abunhim-a of baggage, liursea, mules and carriages. The Mandarin at length grew morn gracious ce ll chilly after the Count had Iml.lly assured him that by means of steam, hundred, of thou, in I, of troois with the neressarv artillery could I emli kly linded in China from Europo. Ha wasastutn. tisi, that Mandarin. The Connt admitto.1 that lie not only net or smoked opium, but also that ho thought the prartlcoa bad 0110, "1 hen w hy do you sell it t" aske.1 the Manda rin, of course meaning not the individual, but et en both of tho allied nations. S-sin after this interview hi Irons were atrutk off and ho was removed to a better prison, tho a ime In whit b M. M. Famim and I.OCK h id lieen con fined on the previous etening. Horn ho was well fed and had n change of tlothea, but his wounds w likli were still very painful, were not dressed. Moon after ho and all sun It Ing pris oners, botii French and Knglish, w era delii or oil up to the Knglish army and the C.nuit concludes hy m Ing that ho can nover forget tbe kindneHis which no and his eompinlon, In misfortunorecelveilfrom lnrd Kixtit, (leneral llnrr. (InAsrr and all around them, who liter ally treated him like a brother until they had escorted hint to the French camp. Halkary aad Alaae. A South Carolinian, la England, wurt out his troubles In a communication (abb h waa res. jected hy tho London Tmr) In the Charleston Atrrtnrf. Iteiferrlng to the general condemns, lion of the rourse of South Carolina pronounced by the Kngli-h press, be lays 1 I have looked with great anxiety and deep interest for one word on the other side of the question, but in vain; there has la-cn no lino printed Hist would show that there was any other side. Universal comlemiialioti was pronounced against 11,; and I am forced to lielieve, what mytlrtloof ac quaintance would seem to eonnrin, Unit there Is not ono man In England, except tnysilf, who upholds tho noble, ttatrlutlr and svlf-detotod ac tion of my Is loved state." The Dalles ost fsugar. Now that it is proposal In Congress to repeal Hot duties on foreign sugars, Ilia foil) wing statement, If stall eorreet, la Interesting . Tbe aiiieiiinl of ihttte paid on smrara lnqioiled Into ttils country, to prote. I the lute rente of l,oiiiai ana, baa averaged more than seven imllioua er aiinuui fitrtlie 'aet B year,, and during Ilia decade 1 loeed bare amounted to fully t1T.iNMl.inHl. fu 100, the value of sngsr lmaied wee $1, uai.tOJ, tl e duly em wbleh (14 wr cent) aiiuuile.1 to 10,01.1 4110. 01 the total rotiamiiptl.iii of aurtr lu this r en Iry, it 1, M inatel Unit 40 1 r eent. la the iiodiitof tlie IiulNlati, ptaiitetl.me. Ilia whole of which would liecitine wmtlileea lu a week, aseept tuuler a pro.-tlve tiritr. Tee cajtlul luva.te.1 in Iheee Is pnilmbly not leas than thirty miliums of loMar,, Ktid may exeee-l tbat figure 1.1 widei ably, )iirlu tbeboit .ptaiter of a century, t'leautr pro. dnil of Diet abite luitd have leached tUa sum of .'!.0 IHSl.iasi, C'oiuuablads. A e..t t.t-.t 1- .. 1............. ....11. ..e jeellng a solid slid or tl ell, with 11 lirgoelurn of atwdr, at an mulo of projottlnn of from ttie ueirreo- ihuow 10 inirty aieivo 1110 unrion ; it may lei aabl, therefore, to combine tho eaeon tial qtiilitlea ef ths gun, the howiKer, and tho mortar, in I nny Im used in place of either ono eir tho other of these pieces In scaciijit defense. It does not differ in its exteroal shao from or dinary Koacoiist cannon. At present there aio two alr.es of ColumhUU In liM in our sen lee, via I the eight Inch and the ten Inch. Ilia former weighs alsml 'J,000 Ihs., the ilia rgo of powder ID lhe., tho solid hholdl lbs., and thu shell 44 lbs. Tim Utter weighs a'siut lo,(SKl lbs., the charge of pow ler 111 lbs., the solid thot U lbs., ami tlm shell JDO lbs, I .oaf aad Fand. Mr, ItuuiilMiN ha lntnaluced a bill Intho Aseeml.lv to incorporate tlm "Lost nn I Fouti I Asnoelatlon" of New Yotk. Corjiorators WakdM I.kaw, IIawi.kt U. Clait, Juiix It. UnitiiiH, KiiwAiiti J. UKMrr and others. Cap ital, )100,UOO. Puriwae, to lake charge of all things lost and found In tho city, an 1 keep the same for a certain length of time; restore to the owner! if any shall apar, soil all un claimed, tic. Any person hudlog any article, and not handing the same over to thla osaocl. Hon, to be fined double th value of th article. Tbe tVaeais r I860. 'I be total population of tba United State Is 81,o7o,0, which is an Increase of 8,181,000 since lHoO. The census of th following states Is glveu from the ortaial figures. lstsi. H40. Conntellcut 170,791 tui.sji MMSachlise-IU V14M1 1.U1.4IM New Yoik louy,t'4 I.esI.ISS) I'ennaytvaaia 1,311,111 g,ll,41 New J.rsey 4),but OOO.lrJJ OLIO 1,H0,1M 1.I1S.IIS1 Iudlanu tle,4!0 1,147,000 Ueergla 000,11ft l,o;o,7I MaijlaiiJ bS3,034 7JI.SH1 Villi. Ill 1,411.0)1 l,u,Vi,l'0 Iowa 1TU11 c7i),ir) MlnoU tlMirsi 1,Tt0,4'J Mlchlgiue iltfM 74.im,u Wiaconaiu KaW 171,11 1 Another Vttaraua Cane). Captain Sasiocu CiiKsfKii Ukll, who died in tbisrity on Monday, was on of the gal lant and adventurous spirits who dlatin gulahed himeclf in th isst war with Great ilritalo. While commander of the brig liuii eral Armstrong, and lying In tbe neutral port of Faval, he re(ieatedly laott off th boats of the Knglish men of war, hut at last waa com lled to retreat on shore, after scuttling hit shin, flai.laln lie-111 irave tho nrosent form to (he ILu of the Union, by arranging all th stars In the form of one star 011 tUg, mad by his w Us sud sums Udy friends, was pre scntod to Congress, and hoisteil on the Capi tol. Yi bile Warden of the pert, lie regulated and numbered the pilot ImatA of. New York and iuveutexl and eracUd tba llgaal telegraph at the Iisttery, ooutmuaicatUig with Saudy SUN. PRICE ONE CENT Criminal. A iirnobAB jeAMFD Thomas (URtrr.Mv, only 17 vesrs old. Is In 111 at Allnnv, for breaking into the) oflice of the .Shakers' rjocirty. on tho 27th Instant, and stealing $'- In gold. Wrm A ftaTot, if nsr. if txi, i! a fattW In I theotlur, a woman stood at her door in IkvJtl- mere, all Tuesday night. t ho she? wad wjt lug for. the police coul I not s.-ertsin. TitrintAsrnr rr sTn; roritr. III., w.m recently rolbnl or eighteen t twenlj tliou ssnl d'ollars. Four of thoroblier, Imtn slmo I cen arrested, auda portion of the money lua teen rexotcred. Urn rit, tiik roncrn, whocv.i?e.l from At htirn States lrlson In Dcvrmheir, I, was re arrestnl on Weslneslat at Ithica; ho has mar ried since his (scape. Tune m rritirirrn wpss ARnrTrt At ClMtaXAlt, last week, Kighty notes on tho .Southern llank of Kcntuiky, raUeii from $1 to .', were found nn thslr "ierson, their ploa wns, mat 1110 aitsron Dan wero merely pic tures. TiinrK or tup. Mrnnntvn, or Dmk of I.oe hesler, bate lioeti arreste.1 at lino Alt 1, New Mexico; tbo principal, T.IV 1,011, who evawHl, is know n to be at .Sonora, an I can not cscas) tho veiigninca tint await, hint. A Itr.e ki is., wAinix hhivkk crushe.1 agttnst Jamk, CtiiKV, as In was standing le, hla own wagon, at Ohawa, III., ou Wriliiosday; hodiol in n quarter of an hour. Whm called to that bo had killed Mr. CutF.V, the unknown lionil rble rritieil that bo e-oul I not help it, and escaped. A Ntw Y011K list iii-v.it- .toniiKH I, reporlel to luivo "stuik "a retail iiietomer roonllrhv an old ihxlgn of sharp practice. Jobbe-r ha'l an unsaloablo lot of linen wr.ipsT, tie) small for any laxly to wear, so bo sent i-vcr.il poople to a L"-S-lienl retailer to purchase ,-etallcr feeing a ilemind likely lo turn up. noiiuul all tho wrappers but his never hid inquiry for (hem since. Aiomiiimi oint, was nsiRxtiT in'ttiitn at Waahiugton, so ncverelv that ste died after lingering a ft w hours. The mother, too poor gite her ihibl a desent fnneral, nibl an under taker for a iheap loflln, and rl to bury the rorpee. The mean uiidertaker lostesilnflmft'lnir tho rore, left it in tho ndored burl,! ground iininterred, where, after tlto elayi exposure, it was dieitereil on Sittirday, I'AMU ('AITtil'e, ASTAtK, WAI MtXllKI) at at Iiuisville, Ky., em Friday, for attempting to outrage tlioiersen of CAtiiatUM'. SwAs-e. At the lirst attempt, tho roe broke with the weight of the wretihed erlmtnal, aud some time elattod Itefore a readjustment took placet his ttnek not having been broken, he struggled dcsrately, 'len thousand sioplo, among them a hirgo number of women, satisfied their r.'orl.ld taato l.y Uing preeent, Calamities. '1 iik FiiKJUiKTOKTiiitTKTfr.Msr hascauscl great elamagn among the farmera in the neigh. boiliiNxlor Ibattationga; liarn, fodder, cattle, corn. hoes, ami in soma rases bcuies have lieeu swept a way; alargelriek bbsk iu Chattatiort- ga was undermine! aud leu in. Two at riGHinei aix mixxts occurro.1 at Ittl tlmore on Mondav, in which two ladies were sorieusly hurt. In Imth case a tho hones ran away and upset the vehicle. A iiorsk ram AttAT with a cutter, at Al bany, on Sunday night, and in a eircultou, route to his stable, ran over and asverely in jured an old woman namel (Iariiiiieii. UieAnt.r. th otr work, and preferring to starve rather than leg, a UtTinan shoemaker was discovered, by his groans, in tha last stage of debility, In a shanty at Paris, Ky.. on Mon day evening, having leenl'i days without food, or fire. Hy careful ami kind nursing at th house of one of the Hire Messrs, Ukdmox, who discovered blm, be has recovered. Natiiaitiki. Drai'fr, a venerable old rltl zen of Rochester, died on Tueaday. He hid recently finished a handsome dwelling, and on being asked If he was building it to lite lu, ho replied "No, to dio In." A liKitoto i.itti.k nor was iuhsed to death at Annapolis, Bid., on Fridav. He put on his mother' dress, and stumbling tu-sr the tlto, waa shockingly burned ; his grandmother com ing lo hla rescue, was sron on lire hcrvlf, ami fainted. Forgetting hla own inlenw agony, ha nulled ltn her and eurcoexled in putting nut lhe Haines, ot.lv to linger an hour or two in horrible torture. I'.vfiov. I.kti itvn mrii at Frankfort, Ky., ou Thursday week. Ho had served in Ciu gresa several terms, waa rice ted (iovernor In IkIii, anil waa Minlalrr to Mexho uu ler Presi dent Fit 1 Muni'. In IK.VI ho suntalnud tbo lirst political defeat of hla life, being beaten for Congress, in Ihs A -bland district, by J.inx C. IlHKe KIXIIIIH.K. Tun 1 en rt itei er a train of frnlght cara broke a few nights ago near Dixon, ill., and tho engineer did not din-over tho fact until, lining down ft atei-p grade, ho heard Iho cars thundering down iiim him. Ha at once put on steam to outrun tin in, but failed, and thsv nn into hla engine and tender, cutting tlvoo'f tho tars in half, l!t 3!)rtTAnieiriikHiiTiiK UxiTniHr.trrue during the past year, hOj ivriuiiia have boeu killed, and ."Ml otindeil 1 ( 'he former, tho Inly I'.lgln di 'aster swalloweil up 4'Mi, The tortiadiH's in Iowa, Illinois, und Pennsylvania, and lhe ehipwrei k, on Iho lioilLorn lake, are mt iniludul lu tho aliow 1 in the latter, otii) lit ra were Inst, Mil. Jawm Mliniiil. a telegraph oera tor, ridinected for many tears with tint Smith. em ami American 'Iiiegraph Co., died in Washington ou tho Willi vf January, of tr pheild fever. Mr. MiTruri.1. who wa, gTcally I. love I and eateemed by his brother ocrattirs throughout the rr.untrj-; leaves a young an I interesting family to deplore his loss. Business Items. TllKltK AHF. 31. 1C0 MII.M OK llAILHuAli 111 ots-ration In the Unliod Mates, costing s 1.1 .7.. W3.81H; of theso then are in the Sow Ijtg land states, 3.715 mllel In oieratlon, In the Mldilla Atlantic states, including Delaware and Man laud, I1.9W inllos; In the South At. ,....1.. .... diu . ..:l.... tM .1.. e..l ... ...- lamiu aiaiea, o.ovo iiiueni 111 me uun euic-, 2.WJ3 miles; in theSiuth interior states, -J.Utiti miles) in the North interior states, 10.33.1 miles, and In California TO mile. As Iwtween th froe and slave stales, tha former have a total of 20.497, and tlie latter of 10.071 miles. AMrRiCAf Wiiai r rmisHr is going back, wards) on Jan. 1, 1MC0, there were sCt ves selsemployedi on Jan. 1, 1M6I, there were 51 1, a diminution of sn aggregat ltl,H03 tonnage. Tho Imports of Siorm Oil smount to 7.1,704 bids 1 of Whale Oil 110,003 bbll ud of Whale bone 1,H37,C60 lbs. Tba imKrtaefl8u9 were, sperm oil 91,108 hblsi whale oil 190.411 bbls. and of whalebone 1,V23,850 lbs, showing a falling off tbe past year of 17,700 bbht. sperm. oO.iOt) do. whale oil, and 280,200 lbs. Iwne. Tbe exports of oil and hone for th year have boon a follows : Sperm oil 0i,7W Ibis ) whal oil 13,007 bbls, and ofwhalehon 911,2120 lt showing a fall Ing off In tha export of sperm from Idol), 19, 410 tbls, and in whsloU.ne 790.70.1 lbs., andan xress In whale oil of 4,H2H bbls. The news from the northern whaling fleet livery diseour. aging. Tbe numUr of vessels employed in th whaling hueineM will bo considerably dl. mlnirhed this year Many of tho largest will be withdrawn ami put Into the freighting busi. He, while others, which need heavy repairs, will ik sold ana broken up. Foreign Items. mhb. e M. I.KaOllMAXT, WHILK MunilSl) I-XI' A. VArioa, at FJesia, (Greece,) found tha skele ton of a man buried under the marble ruins of sornee atatrly buildings. Wllh th skele. ton were wesnoni like thoM found In ancleut gravel In (lermaoy and Frsnce ; and It is con joctured tbat tha remains are those of on of Alahic' warriors, who feriaho4 at th de struction of the temple A. 1. 390, A -rule vi 1 ent-nnuMatiRls to Jaffna slates tbat but few of tha Heathen temple that he paaxed were ill good reiialr. Many Idol '" which used to Udrawn about with great iiontp and paraele, ar so neglee ted and d ayesl that they are only fit for firewood. The Impression Is steadily gaining ground amoi'g ths .people thatllwir Idolatrous system has had it day. The Christian missionaries have now fairer field of uwfuUca lhan over before. JL4TES OrsADYERTISINa.l Tn OAIH IN ADTAMCB. 'sibet?y,lt six Jsya, r. AU ta. aerlloa Inrld earn price each dey. Manlagaa sod Death a, t aenta for each foeir Ikysv. Moaahly a.lveetlaemenU as fossr,, lbkaa, Inaeerted ai ablUeTd Is emirety elas im luviy; t- 1 .Tn ?. rT" or ,TAtT "w th ran, and in hot weatUr one) may often ue captain of dragoons, mtmstaehed, and "Warded ilka tha pard" faming bimwlf'wltl, .11 & & dexterity of a young coqoetU. TiixTtnfcnsiAit, who have for years kerrt certain tiortiotis of the Persian esrepir la alarm and confylon, bar nsusliy been laten hy tks Persians la pitrbel battle 1 but twif4s the? end of December the main beytv rf th P.r.i.. army, fiO.OtO strong, and commanded hy Princes llAJifrA Mmr.A, the chief militaryemcer of tbe lOmpire, was utterly routel, with a vast lost la lilled, woumlexl and tiriaoners. The SKah i sil to b furious and to declare trait the Prince; nnd all of his troepi who tied shall bet pat to death. This defeat will probable causa aerioua trtctlo In Ptrsla. A noRr tims: aoo the Huron np gavel a "barbel r's dinner" at his splendid apart nrtita In Paris. Whilo th party was at da. - rt, the II iron's wife suddenly entered. "Qera. t'e men." said she, "I am sorry todlaturh . bt t six weeks ago my liusl.mwl, In the heat est a 1 tse-itssion which I did not provoke, hail thai tt manly cowardice to strike mo. Aa their) wil no wltnessea, my Uwvers tell mo that I . n nt stto for a ilivorie. You can all be wit neaee that I now strike him !" and giving bint a tery solid slap In tho face, aha majeaiTcally walkeil away. Tha hnabaml As summoned his witnesses' to sustain his salt for a divorcee. I.ant Ptiwrnarivr, In his serveaty-fifth year, I, ansftecte.1 by tbei weather. Dnrlsg th sum mer ke 1 a customed to leave tha House of Commons after its rieing, ami walk home ta bis house In Piccadilly at one, two, three, arel even four o'ebsk in tho morning, with all thai csrrs of the state on his back, an 1 all tha salient point, of the night and morning:' dlscuwion ia his head. During Iho winter, ho it here, there, everywhere), disrhsrging the duties width be long to his stat loo now Ltiuring tha farmera on Improvetl modes of culture, now giving ad. vice to Iho farmers' laliorerl al to how they imy rise In the world on nine shillings per week, and now discoursing, trowel in hand, oa the bleeaing, of education, when laying tba foundation staue of a new literary iiulitaUaes. whieh a ln'iieuilenl gentleman, out of hia lib. erality. ha, laiiitcalhed to a rising seaport l the South. Tiiran ARKaowRtrRt rAucirALfenneoer In a Chinese battle. In one of the little. Huh la at Shanghae one of the Miennhaa rrlads waa cut iff In his retreat by an Imerlaliat aid Her. After a considerable ehae and much dodging tbo rebel fell, and the Imariaiiat waa up t him in an instant, ami placed the miuilsof hie loaded matchlnek claso fo the poor fellow' head, tired, ami then took to hia heels. To tba amusement ami amusement of all who witnesses! tho scone, the rebel got up and ran liack to warda .hsnirhae, with no Injury Iwynnd tha loea of hia red rap ami singeing of his long hair, lhe Imperialist a bullet had slipped east by down hia larrel, but juat aa easily slipped oat when he depreeseil hi, barrel. Hat there were se.mo ugly wound, received there, and tha woundnd suffer terribly from the unskilfulneaa of Chlneaesurgetnns, who' rarely. If ever, amKitsle, and to extract a ball they use a strong draw ing plaster. Awaittkiia Parish rmtacrakt wm aatoundeel one night lately, on carrying auppeu to a well drrasni young' man and woman, to find them both lying on tha door in a pool af blood 1 Iho female wounded in the breast, tha man with a polgnard still slicking near hia lies rt. A piece of paper was found in the band of each; one, in a female band sail, " I das, tiuik with my own consent, l.y th hand of y lover, Dkfusk II "1 on tbo other, la 1 n's hand writing, waa written, ' I die now. 1 suae I am weary of life, It." Th mass. d, but the woman la likely to recover. He wm oiporal la a regiment of the line, and havtrag th t day sjient tl-e last of a ram of 2.000 franca w lib. he had received to srv as a sabetllata in tba army, he rrrerpoeed to th woman, during en per, that they slionld both dl In this melsv Iri matlc way, to which she consented aad bared her breast tn tbe polgnard, after whieh, tsa stabbed himself. Miscellaneous Items. A DANiir iikina Toi.n that ho would soon hat to wear a wig, aa he was getting gray, exclaimed indignantly 1 "No, sir, f 11 tn first!" Tiik swAf 1. rot has entirely disspiwared froa Columbia, S. C. Thkh.uimi, itAMKaof New Ens Und hava draiella from the operatives to the amount ef f ion,, iii,o, o, ami lour aavtnga uanxe in new York hat e on deposit s).W, 000,01)". They draw interest on this money, TllKMKIlc'AI.(OLXKOE.i In tliu United State, so far as n ported, graduateil lost year 1,497 students as doctors of medicine, A Srirrni nrrn Kit In the service of tlj Oiest Mogul, commanding two regiment, told Dr, Caui.uk that ho could easily have de throne! the monarch and ruled in his stead, snd was only retrained from so doing by ra iled Ing on what hia old school fellows at horn would think of him. Just. MiUltreiuRV, of Newport, Hampshire, ia said to Is) thn only rovolutlouiry tieneitiucr now residing In the (iranite state, lie It ono hundred years ami two months old, and waa In the continental army live years, being a llrltblt I rix ner eicjit months in the infamous New York. sugar house. '1 lie old veteran haa resided at Nrr.4rt elme 177'.', and Is in a atate of good health, considering bis wonderful age. A wraTi-ni nrciito Iwlng laid that tha 'Hatha" at Chicago were intended for folk Its 'wat-h lu," id his quarter, and was left In the bathroom. As he did not make bis appear, nine when there nbovo an hour, he waa anirrilr tailed to by tho huthkce'T, when be opened the door and exhibited the walls of the room covered with elothSs whieh he had waahed ami hung uti to dry, aud said "Luok here! How you talk I'd like to ace you waah ami hang; out two doom pieces in less tlmo than 1'va len at It!" John I.kac 11, of Wasiiimitos, will be 101 years old em tint ith of next month. He wm a drummer hoy under Wathk, in 1777, wm eent at 111 storming 01 otony roint, anu promoted lo lo forage nuteter, liy soma .1 ninnsgsmett, his lertlco are not recureM In he proper deportment, those who coulitaW pro eel them aro dead anil ha con therefore fret 110 1 eusluii, and ha and hi aged and infirm wifa arc for the most part supported by charity. I IBIXllTltK RK1U2I or Dcoxai-artk, wbast the arrogant soldiery exacted to dispute all tiv liaus whom they in their barrack rooea tlaig termed Pcklni Tai t.TBAiD one daey ml d a (Jcncral otllcer " S hat la the mean. Ing of that word, Pcklni" "Oh." replied Pie Cienersl. " we call all those Pcklni whet are not military." " Exactly," said Tam,t iiash "juat ss we call all people military who are not rtrtV, Great tioin wveiriRiRsj hav reoeatlw been made In tha nolgblairhood ol the Kio Aat moa, a tributary of tha San Juan river, abort 23 miles northwest of Santa Fa, New Mexico. There is plenty of forage and of provision la tho new mine, and between tham and Santa Fe a regular weekly axpraaa hi bean organis ed by Captains Has in, MxacORK and- Psrm n 11. Then ar about two hundred men then building bouses, saw mills Ac, and tt Is ontio ipatrd that ten thousand miner will be) there in tha court of next summer. Forty trari aoo, Mr. IIoriko, of Iloeton, had a medal stolen from him. Un tba 19th of tha preetnt month, it wa returned to hint through tba Post Office, with a not stating that the writer had never known real peacaof mind while she detalaed th medal, yet during l al . .. I. rwl I.aaii aana)lalai te hilVa ltn hstf ll IIIOMJ year, ei vwu wuew.w ,v hm. -r mind to part with It. gxovr has rtrr roRTUtsD, lit, m a qoar. parti the city authorities ordered tlw removal of a heavy body of mow from a roof, faring accldentst the Street aimmissioner prohibitad Its Ulng thrown Into the street, and there wa no cbanc to disiioa of it in tb; rear. AU par ticoncernd want to know what to do. Os tiir 27tu war., A ljrT rasMlng In At buav t Isited some friends In Troy, Intending Ks return home by tbe latest itaga that ayening. She oilseed that stag, and wm compelled t remain with her Troy friend, for tha night. 8b retired to bed rly in great distress af mind about bar two infant t.home, 00 of whom Is not yet weaned. In tb algbt lb pt rnTln be, sice,, and w.lk.1 to Albany ta tc ultht clothes, neter awaking until eh. bad. reiche.1 her own bedroom, end wai srtdr spoken to by her husband. Aiaha had left bar day rlothe. at Troy her frlemd. thera must hava llUtaiteuialsi)IsdllaUmsll7l disaav. pearinca,