Newspaper of The Sun, February 5, 1861, Page 1

Newspaper of The Sun dated February 5, 1861 Page 1
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THE NF.W YOHK SUN, aMUbad. Dally. (Aindxy xotrAad, tm which a Ww whatever r-iilTd), M lb Old Sim Dntldmir, enrner of Fulton and Nm"H rtrwu, Mill al Mo. TM Broadway, (onroar of Broadway, Park , Bow aad Ann .Iran.) uoJer lb American Museum, Th Daily Inn I delivered by Carrier, to tub raiUr Id Mw Y'k City and vicinity, U BIX AMD A QCABTES CENTS MR WEEK. Single CTlrt On Gent. faT" Wbn aool by mill. Four Dollar a year. Average Circulal.on throughout Ik Year, ending erllh Dsrember last ai.ses comes prn day. THE WFFKLX SCN I mailed lo nt-inr-ni at Teriiy- cent per XMrilOmortha.il t'r.u' copies, 1 cent. Speci. torn not gran o Intond g ubcrlber. Addrws "IIIF St."," Corner Fii'ti ao- Nvsavi strep!", Nw TorV eni'ii v - t-vnT-rnniAie. HELP MiMnu,, SERVANTS h.K-l'urt nt.ln fir.t eltss families, hotels ;nd tsartl-elie e tvwile II t r- Hit rnstlnn.l 1 rrprimento'pe. I llrvinie sTent, B"ir (Ultra ro.i I iee-enls for ei ry esnvltr should cm. rltht a- -I'lsos. low open rvioemher 4oft Broome at. SEWING MAC! IM.S -WANTIDLADIFS to kerb tie- .1 . V. ha let v. lime's Im. 1 erea se In lueol b, na of the oldcet etnart- r i ctd eiera'cr. I' Uu.h' all kin J. nf atitatv- 1 t, hrnnitne. et I Hvtn r nrr. ami thorrnieh ranarent-rttnl lii sr i - msia.lne-perfectly, and ra re mniend' d 1o s-tnl er.j fir fl rhoss waatin rod p ntt ct I ii alli del 4.1 anal at , over. rl-tra. MVaMlM QEWIKO.MU Illsr.S ANf) I.AIiV.IHY L spMaaufactirer. end de.h ra la ledliw' and children's iajaiid fanct ee'tiand llnaa sonde of erprr Aeeerlp ITboiH dlrlo Land .rniacbt leia-wlrivand tronln. eaa .lev II pn mptl) executed lu tba bnat nnnuer at very rtaiuwa rier,vt ii uj acra-lonttiiioina bUdae. all work wfTtl hi aire entire sat sftctln-i, ft UAW, '1 Cro.br it, net! dvr to Spring at JaH 4' 158 SEWIMJ MACHINE'-WANT ED Ladie, to laarn t ni aU uu luirr'i oJ Wli l-r atll. Vaatiimclin a All branchy of lb marhlna Viiclit 1 arm. rw, and orrttnt on a ora. Applrat nx;44 .t, lra-aiii, boti Ulth aaJ aaau. Ja St.ic'11'i EM l nnT-tlalfi. AOESTf-EH.,rTriC MEN WANTED to wll our tfw I'ririt I'aekaaaa! Itrnr sail raaldlr all a bO a LI t 111 k a n.1 llln. rllun PKkitfclTT at nv, 4A Vnaawi , room T. uicloaa .Umi for rlr lajib'itv 1V1 ALE AND ft-JXALfc UrLr OF ALL natirr aranrad to autlo ropf aui im altM vita. 3m airuaiiia in arry o-rici) tay appi)tna to al vri ii:u, aorircn 11 , "a 1 errata raUabla rwoinfllond tola IIIIO'ID ICTnAW IIA1' IlLEACIIEU-WANrED Immrdl Mra. t trir hat bleacbur ami tltt'o- rr. Addiwa Iwi B" I'tKIUco. (4 4'UI SE.VJIF.X WANTED A FEW MEN TO m to In mrrrbant n-aMln, aooil waatia rait, thoaaltavioa bad annie rxporl nra at Ma prafrrrpd Applrattba nbli'l'iul ofllos No. HI South tr4. up aulra. hlt'lf.i y V.VATJUO. H OtTSK WANT.n-VItTA BTTY FOR 'with, Ifchmit A una It wrll tmllt nwlfmhmii nr l. If chmi A mali wrll fmllt modern nmii or In ft frtatxl Mitt) m rhmTtL n or mit of th cltf . IWtlMatl kCfatXll lAiKreHi with Mn U nnmU r. full description nn I low- ' A prico, 1 f, pu nnmrM r. i bi 84 r. O. faj 8'1 a BOA IK u oi Boons. I AT NO. $ THOMPSOJJ STREET GOOD 1 M board, alataant mtm. and alula bada. S a ak. alaoaroocn for a mao audblawtfa. blaalj alaaya raady at tba Uma. Oint par (4 and go wart, wban roal MB aaa aa (ooa lor i lalSMM'l.l BOARDING-TWO OR THREE Y0UN0 roan can La confortablr acenmnimlabHl a 1th rood board al UM 1'. arl .1, cir. of frankfnrt, orrr Dr. Prlnoii'a drift atorv k rauklin aiuara. aonner for -ao ladl.a. fel s'111 OOAKDINO SIMILE AND MARRIED a- nntl tnan can ha aromiinmdatad altb annd room ind lAnrd. A n a u rinlHCtubla f ouua ladlai I all it 186 Waft 44th .t, onr ith a& 1.1 J Wio'lit BOAKDJNU .V rHW UKSl'KCrADLi: youim man can lai acc-Hiinindated vltb annd hoard ind rv nia and a a nrm prlur br applrlnc at 1 H Cbat- lani rjqitara nrn cnur in namumii oioinina mora i aiao ay buardara aocorauaHlated. JaJit Hiao'Wti DOARDING-A FEW SINOLE 0ENTLE- I Liuan can ba aoiifntnnd.tad with board alao a can- mana nia wna, ana i yoiinf laniaa. ruruunaa a to lot. vltbor wittaait board, at V lMaar it. naaz 'rauklin S4nare, Nn York. JaMMao'laa BOARD .oi4jRK.Vr KEDUOTIOIl IN koard-4iaiifonab.a ronu IUi eioallimt board S3 A to t3 a vaek. lormi r trlm. t4 to Tr ladlia front ft CPifor aumfnit aokl Uvtaa and ahaapima. thla a)Qa aefla all nt'rra, a warm parlor with piano. Aalchbira ill dIhIjU ii 'oAatfum eboan. aa 1oa- iar at Dar w..iw.t Janifatliri MUAUUIKU A rt.tr Ol-lllUC UI.A11.I .- Biati laj a ituilniixii and wlf l can ba aorom- vxlatid wltb bovrl. a' nl OrKcuvbb aU llvl iTatta and I anal A'ai f trafed room, to I t, wlUl l.r wttlunt roaud lad Hk'IH DOAUDIMi Al Mr. BOWERY A FEW I rouna toau cuilww KUitii'Mlatiid with anod bnard ' nf ol. ajai.t roni al. ai I tliuufn and tlmtf wlvaa t IrlUi Ward and f ruLfwd rouuuii oa raaaoaabl Uruu. I jaia zaacizo i tOAKDIMr- A EW RESPMJ1ABLK ProtiDa aou c. b ba &onaiuui.iaUd with aood huarl tna IHaaa.ni najat .m. a a minuaa ano iuwiiivm t KaKaatiiwatfDvt in auo yo area jaiaa-ivi i . i iJOAKU A FLW VUU.NU HM UAB UIS I I ftJ areomm idatad with iroml rJard and plvant Kimu iki.laariiunf ladl. at 4o Aartl nna hariand dama pau tha d nr laU Ma 'U OIHJIKOStU UEKIS CLEAN AND r LdmMnfnrlal.la iW.a.i.l lnubla biida 10 and 19 Cimta .wlht aliiaia ruonia l b ill ernbit arnitlamau and t rila BT to In oi'ta ih-od aNjtl njiala Including d -attirl. I yein'a al an u.pniuiri oiar nntaaar waicu. i a rualit ami uiunii-aat auaoura ih-ih I UIUJAUO A I iaani iiiatainii.ud tloovs Me VarK a at, tan door, from t ranilln at, rbora rranortaM nia oan ba aooomtaodalM vltb ikar lomfortaldaalM.Uhi'dral liota per ulrht room. or 'nUiaoaJi aai i T t fa' da par nht rood liral taA rfrwhO'iiia claan to order, U4 &4ae'18 omm j, f II IJ M . Wl f VifHl UfcBUOKROo ST-BURNISHED ROOM: J to M ti nll oi J tltnillua with faoUltira fnraoon- I nleal twivaikapplrui . maomta, 11 1 tWla iriACiniatVi DICK'S AM! FRICTION MACHINE, IX) K X'L.NailNG, rtlltVUl.Mj. AM) ri.SHll lliS. e rnr. icoar h'jilusi, economic l and I AlUJH-SAVIMI MV( ItlNCA IS T11K WiilLU tridloulifcil but Umlw wy with, in xt to nuoll nuulrcJ lu niDiiltiii tltttii ind u . raD&l are ntwd- I for trr th lartt m'e)iini i-u1m Itma tbftd w-hurW owrr tor blitnrinv biiI funnlilnir Iron, t. tlncli lu tliichntf-a, with no iwrooptlbl tfort, do ff Um work In tha tutwi viiiooili nd jrfuc nmunir JftttUw t'f the t Aid nvurt maoeMfal 44b umte In ttu, couLtrv, to Utm th villi f t)i .now inNchtnri nid und-f I'lCKI) IA1KNI' eh M ('4Wi,i II v.tir, IrrnKN. l.(Jnnn . LM r-B C. . rort I , H l-i .1 II A W. W. -!. Ji-rf. ltTM Jb f! Nrr Vnritt Wvah. P TT lfIUr1l) HIMn, Ih.nilC. MULt JUiel-TW A lrl-cv-ov,Co.ltnii111e,lt.. tad truinr oibin U Niw rta New .nirlud, VtrfloU, llUaoUkt.Mrn.uulo, MS4Bwt nuwrof wUomiUr tutu .hftnfor.vo or hrM fvarm, $nr titer woultl not bfl without infra ror iiroaorfour timfw ihatr ent; nd ottvan wr tt la SprliiH wHu nf othrr muhtnei known Xa tharn, U-rr par for their eoct In orery all month' naa. All ordara MroniDt'v ntttiudad U. ud dl Ix-tbrinatloa riTut- STK FV4 riROTIIFR 00 . . BOI.EAUt.Sl'S, WiPtAuXrTIHUT, I . l-JU-Xi NEW YORK. EWYORK MACHINERY DETOT. Hl-v-KS niurriiEH uo, Wi I'earl Htm t. Bweey duaorlptlon of .l.tlouary and pwttabla itum Mrtaiai a.l .a.1 baud lath- Bowrr aad ban 1 Dlan- tai drill, avr mttni maobinaa, bolt euttara, aortla- j aaai lenowibe maoniuem a.i alao etraiti.r ana ap 7nt aaw udlla of varbai. kludat rlu mil-1 1 gnat arlrtr. Alitor Ml at th ear loasat prlera to aolt b t la 1(111 LKHKJII MF.rALLlO PAINT-TIIE UN-drralm-riL airi-n'a for thla loraluahl paint, art pre- laradtowippiri'Niiarga riaaa aeaara at tn iowhbi . a. i..m .! Tl..a . kl.a .dl.l. W. IiMIIMI llll, I R H"-"i uv , MM.IIIUin M m . partarto any aula lu tbl market, being fall TO per ViLmrtal, for pre-onr-i- Iron and thr mrtala, aad .1 an eeuvea. u uma vw iu nni.K iiwianuta al4wltbeneealf thla paint will be k-H par. lr drrf or aum f aia about ooa-lhlrd tha prto irl4-U la aorth raaUy mor lot all aoh pur- a rvv BBOTHKB - CO . Frarl .. New York m EW YORK. MACHINERY DEI0T. STrVTNS, BROTJIFR C0, MfPt AKL1TKI ft. Nrw Yoftr. daJWTAfrf t K Ur! and pBALFKrl In ererr deaerla. t3Tf a fiTim l Thv nitl'l IH 1 AIII.K 8 1 KAM KrT. IilNtMrad IMIILKaut, WUOUWUUf IPS lLA.Nk.KjJ, tii aH atlirr W'iu Woaaiau M.outaiui kAllir-s ruaitui. i"l,!j,.. UCATUEK KLBUk.ll U'bTJSa. II ai 11111k. 11 CllMPttnirOSMtTIA Wa aU oih-r artlclaa naedtnl lu a M'i.a Bhop, l r. MAHUFAuri nr.tti ur H Ilink-S- V.Uir.bid Antl VrlClon SIIKAKdCPrNI'IIFI A PBrJI'. HAHHIri- PATaNrSIFTIS' HMMIIWA FJk,i' IXrtTtLK-AOTING BALL VALVB i iXMrrAMB soalbs T! an-AT y taiBTY, Aa -r WWW TtUUM -" Via uar AUIiMs WITH CUM ft TO tA CAS inH a lit an ii- t nurru!'ltj o naka moony raatdrv bi aHti n rit.r-iy o- IUh' artlrln of uu -r.al nm.ltj , u" 1 ah otaS, V raJJiut at MH and B UroaAaar 'NY), ronra Nn. . U13 Mm'IAO. THE NUMBER 8916. THE NEW YORK SUN TUESDAY MORNING, FEB. 6, tifCl. lahon Htirrt lrmyrr .llr-tln-lftrrday. Alargt number tf rqu9tsr)trt r.r?ntm1, Oiirolrc from a 1 qiurtcrt. S una wara frm rhiUnra. among whom litre U now going forward a gratl ork of grace, M.uy wart frctn Suday gjhnola and Siuid.y n-lf I caa, aa wrll M from ladl T.dua: cLLJrru. Tul f,.!.wlig au load In th ivartli. It Lnuta ml ndlnxa i "Oi xoina k, D O.FcU. 1, 1'I "PtA Brnmian II 'riir riaitto lUe Di.lnct It rrmeoibarnt w.l'. 1 cnaura, Thtl'ii'rn Pi-aytr Mtiflaf, wt file'. It rnniLt!y alab,itLil In aur illy Iu.rauliina nwdabylbt IrilLiru fioai New York camiol I fo-ftttm. Tl mI r iwn la bring ng forth fr ill V) tba glor) M Q I. Tit conrcralon of tit o'J tailor, ta alod lu i t I o.on I'.ajer MfeUn,,' fj. a rrniton lyflrtllar Jnara, hat frtqnr ot'y -h nr tgrd ur l.rart- I M Kt IU drtalrloi id tn mr t tl iM W tt Fulton Sircat Ttwtr UratlngifTrrapfria. jiaitr ( r tut I mon l'r.r.r Mctfrg f Oct r;et n r Mr mm ItatUJrjt at Tu ror AcaJemr, lu rrtitvylranla If a writ, i aa follow "All my raa. anl..nt arc ariklnjOvJ.aadl'itit alt tl it out hut Iridium', be.idit among tha la ijuima. I Lata Urn lu mob. aularuu aucaiaiia! (uddiaaafan wlulngtofTor on Ibattm T prajaj an It lat -r y la niy llf ol htrt ' jya adrlaiil rral iw ta anongmycofrtanlon. Ilalitrt tw, ln aotkiLif atnui g tliaro now. If I ,m not Bilalakin, (Ii J lor I'ltlni'i auLt, kaaraidt tuc lu sttiin.rutal i.i , i muJ ng auitla to ink Jiiui, Will the I a n (ttrrt I'rarar niaatin ptay for tie A 'it j i rrmn't 8ta!lu J al Tiux'atoM. Taf Ura,l Ur t.itU f yinr lurrlmg OkI Ik rrnlt.lt).t ivll I'm atcaeajinj lit tt.alr ri-j t furfrinir All ttaiun balo Joan!1; A gmt rmanal ad lo the doorway, intb'etc el In, tni anf J -f b iva a Ine4.agt to thla mcetiu. ratt dy, I atut.lnl r.bfti uaraaiclaea In Hit ,ld Trtllt lum, baring 4fn to Nn) youth and cull dren. Whrn t'ry m-ro a 1 g(hred Into tbt CUp t', I lead Utmlbettut) .f Storrii, lit lira Mo Curt that -t iv wl uh UiH niifril the Lent) of our i htldrrn, a ' icrt'e lanl. Wbtu I bald'oo ajj dtiLimtd lit ibi.Jitu, lav lilt'.eboja aeut fortir ti kti.,wul!i; migt t art mt lu the rini to which I raj nturntj. Whru thry camt In, Ihcy lo'.d n.t lUy frit that llty were great aiunera, aal tbiy wnua til.o ,t.;nl ior lu IUI tmrtiuj. hjw, I hate dime my erian !. At thla ataMe t-f the tnctlittg, two yotuig men lott up, aklng that tl cy migl I U prayed for, thai UoJ wou'd eonrert Ibrm today. Very lat Leal ptajeiafolluwaj, for Iht young were now rtytng out, "Wl at mutt wt do 1 1 be aare 1 fur Iht youth lu Iht Jutctille Ayluui fur tha atu denta lu tht Aca Jemy al Tuacarora .and f r a.l Iht cbjecta of prayir whltb bad born prenruted. Tbeticaintthtae "A Stbbalh 8. h.J Suptrla tendant requeata prayer of th Fulton atraat tnaet log Airthtoelyoueof 83 leather, who la not , a rofmaed fol'otttr of Je.ua thrl.t." "A lilt'a girl. It yeara old, who aarneatly deilraa to la a Curtatian, Leg. tht prayer of tht Fullun atrut tutatlug, thai aht uuy b.wne out of tht Ian bof th Uond ab.phud." "Will ii ptay for me, a little by of eaten year old, that Julia ami d u-ike tae a CtrWttan, aul Uat I may lite to bo a m ultU'r of the U wi-el. KniilRi IIai I, wlirnome Jivuiaiti cliurtli rerurm with acleiHytmn, who bad rnautly ruceir tda fat Untie:, waa ttii-t lu argument cibliuually with "I cati'i are tbut ," M lti.t Ur. Him. Hik a ilert)f rand wrote ilol" in email rlitmv tera, at a aaknl, do y hi are that V 'Yra.n He tbtufotated the wora Willi a vjreUu. lij yrni a. II tow f 'N i H 'l ntunt wi.U yiugaal m irnmg, air," aald Halt, aud left btuiUihla tutl Itatloua. Wt t eaiii tiur a tti.t lxr.RrtriMi Hit tival it in proifteaH In the t btin.h lu New llritam. Pa, tttiltr llieantml carenf Rr, C. A. Wuiat. Hotiie tl.L? ty bav been onurerled. A raviral la alao pnr.a.lnK lu the Notth ll.tiiit church, In 1'hlU U.l hla, ol whh h UT. W. 8. Ilau. I paator, I'm ait iam Ti nir i l'itt a iittt Dr. N. W. Cat nor, xu'tiaivrly kimwu aa a aklllful and aua t-caful rat Holier ol niedictue and attiyary fiir mor tbaulbitty llr)airalnthaUteof Uxwurl, haa rratgnidll ablgu imaitiiiti he bit. occupied In hla pruliianiuli todrTiti hliiuielf ti tht aonrut of tht tl ptl tulniatry. ta ta a iii.tiilHir tif the 1'realiy teiylttSt. 1. iuta. ami la b ghlr eateemail aa auabl and ae.totia reathnr of the W ad of God. Him la ti r 8i at la. 1 ha roptleloraoftl e Pree bytaiun lk k tor lu thla pi a rcetval an order lait w.ikt 1 in a e'lvvhol ler In au adjotutng aiun ty, f treiV)-i van ltilila,TiiiMineiitH, llyina.b.ma.. anil hfri" ii ia 1 I ailh lory acta purrhaend fur b a wlK wl u lutoudtd to in-uHtii thrtu t the aiivaiiuolit i llatAitl ti I' it. Urge ty e wa wiiitll fc r liii.d, aul d Ii i Hit alylea ot btudtug writ oiilrtnl ! pVair er -ry ra Kly ul t-ult. .oith i mroina YmMtiJii'i. I iirtitr to k ptTiTixof t-o hunlred an! fifty II brtw coiitrtf -tiuiia. a Uu .taltoii b.a boeu put. li.bed ly the l'.uwlau II ivetiiiutiit, luiitu.ituig tbulr luutitn n, fir future, to avitl thaaualvet of the riiivltea ol J-wa In tht v.rloua dapat tuiauU of tha atntc, I'bta U uirryluf out the aplrit of tho law um.leil In lils, Lul taLkh UUUnito Lt bu alun..t a d tad litter, A rokFii rtrrn pltctnn account of a nor. via I tl I In a m ne, I y lliolmp 8t itiora, of M fi rm, rue it Mtop waa in me lu no aunitt nnm. the d umr-llmi, tonl( hlartiti m til tthnt waa callrni tb rharol. aiHl oti by one tl e minora anjiroached aul Ink Ihilr plet-ca Id lig'it waa aff irdert antlraly by the larvpi f tint iiieii, i a It bolng proridail with iaie, at d lle wta la entd to btre bum iocullarly lii)preatve. A I'iifvciiixo Pi m. Loril TiMiuti, it now all rati ibrf aoiu aumitltti, ana it lireaotitna; aU ill the onuutry In Tirioua chnpai. Ilia Ltrd aolp pleacbv lb great tiulll of tha Uo.jial, and I have no doutt h will d gial. Ltrda, Indcpaa d til y of tTurytiilug elae, ar aur to atlrat at taatuin v. hi n ttey ai-pi al to a popular audience, eilUr fioni tho platluiin or Ibe pulpit. With no coinuiabduig uitutd, yel tn aimer ana atmpit pl.ly of tbt llrdlah peer wt.l alw.yt tiudar htm aoj.1 table to t'j aarueet an 1 lite devout of ur aa anuiollra. W utliNjiit I tit bail euib lalainut lu la raue of our uiuu uou lid with atiaf llou. t'nj' lull CvHtfHiiiU id if IU .X.ie ) ora t Arenirje, ('llr!lTM1 INaTf IP HI' Oasiibim. TIlO ehurcbretif ihes.nlwleh l.'nmte are beirliinlog t Kite ifiad tvidtneo of apiritual life by eiurtglur In Chrl.tiau wntk. Ou'y lat wot-L, th Tieawurarol Ibe Foreign II jatd of lhelitt.h H if n mod Church acknowladid tba ttte'pt if on' (Aoiiaanf dollnre from Indinduala1 In the ftandwlth I.tuod., f r the erevtlnu of a Lhael at kannwaifa, J .pan. 1 UR WoBKIIflMAl'. WrrcKI T RlttT. Ill A "Vrif heHey on the Stibith. vritun by a jour tubman pilntif. In SontUnJ, tUtm uicure tht fol loattit atiikiuf p-tau.et " okt-Mlowa I think bow th abatmrtlon of lb Sabbath would bt-pelcaely enalav th working cutanea. Think of labor Ihua going on In on mo notonuna, arnl or ntlnnou., and eternal cyclllmbt tbrrver on lb rack, tba nostra f ir tvar playlag.tht eyeball firevei-atralulng, tbt brow forever e waul ing, tb fuel forever plod llnif and brain forever throbbing, th ahouider forever drooping, th loin fortvar atblnir, aul th iwetlaea mind for ever akktiulDg. Think ol th beauty 11 would efface, of th maiTy-hatrtadueaa It would aitla gulah, of th giant atrenith It would tame, of th reaourotaof natur thit It would ihauat. f Id aiplrationa 11 would truab, of tbt aitknaat it would lirerd, of th proj.tla It wotiUt wreck, of tht groaua it would ettott, of Iht live it would Immolate, of th rheerlaa gravre It would permanently dig. Bee iL-ni lolling and moiling, twaallng and tiet Img.gTlndrngand bewlnr, weaving and opltioing, lowing and Hatberlnff, ninwlnj and reaping, ranting and buiid ng, digging aud plautlng, unloading and atorlng, atrlving auil ati uggtlntln th garden ami In the flal I, In lb gianary and la th bam, tn th facioiy end In tht mill, in th warahoua and la th abop, on tht mountain and in tht ditob, nn Vi road. ide and in tb wood, in lb city aud la th country, on the aei aud on tb shore, on day of brlphinrt. and id glirnni. What a aad picture wauld tbt world pieaeut. If we had no Sabbath 1" Army Jnlelllgeace. Wltru tho tlulluw draft ebcatueri now under oidcit for era, ar In coo.mli.lon, they will, In ad. dtiioa to thoat already irulaiug fl Florida, con.ll. tut a coaat guard at follow! i Vcaaala. Othcer & men, Drlg-of-war Do! nbin. 100 Bweunrr vvaier WttcU, . . Steamer WjaoOoll. . Steamer Cruaadur,,,,,, Steamer Mohawk Steamer rVooboutai. . , , Steam! Harriet Lane. . . Brig Oalnbrldge ,,,100 Total TM f xl Thla doej not Inolud Iht Macadoniaa, t gunt, and lOOoOotr and ami Plfwhaltaa, It gun aad 400 men: Ihe Brooklyn, Ihea rtaaaU ar not l.pahl of doing boiut harbor daty, Tht preparation, of tht t'aiUd SlaUl eerveU Uuna, Torn. XV) CO 1 II ,101) 4 110 .101) 110 , VO 5 10 . 4 1 10) n a an I V NEW YORK. renaaco'a, profreee tepidly al Waihlngton Clly an 1 II I Mid that ah will bt ready for aca In a few work. There It an Impreaalon that ah will bt t quipped and aent hi lr Oulf r Meiloo veryxn. T"ie rrnoo'a 1 a beeu over two year In coir, of conatruUh-n, although tb baa never bom to eaa. Old IrooaUe." It In petfM bW' trim ofl Iht AnnapnlU Acadimy, Our enrrtapnndrnt on board wrltet that Iht battel y of tht veaaat ba baeu over, hauled, aud cerulderably Improved. Out'ctne n ou a.'uJ-,na rcntovrj from Iht lm. u-e laleettneof Iht batktaUiltia do not eppetr t le miub al ted by the rexignaitou f their fa 'we, one tpa.'etr-t cffi.ll writing from tha Ft fu aajia "We bare ootibtrynien arvln In tht a-tnlea of Franc and lialy, wllh whoae pajplt they lave few Ii etlnga In common. Sitppoatlht I'ollel 8tat.ltarirplgnpnwer, have we not a right ti larnhmmt money frcm II, n t to ateak of th lu- uotua thai uige u. to do It ) Iroui rrmarola. To til ur of iht X. 1". Sum ISavr Atn. Wathiugtitii. 1 1., Januitr) Uiii, Wl j 1 1 rt pue girit g to your readtire a ateteineU of fait in reference tt reifrt evrnta cornecta,! wilh lie Na-y YarJ here, aad the fotta foal pMtett anl con.tand tht tntranc of thla barbi r. Ataiuh tluie. aa thre,fai.t that exhibit prominent pohluel mivevare iLtcie-litig, tied If lhe at not front the.tiif aiejy witter, I aa. i ilrfbt I and of Ihcrnltauo of thebty .r I'ei ., i,l.i i.itiii r irt Pukriia, ii.n the et ha-vl la dt Met. i, and u,m tha a tui. ahore Uh th latirr, 1 14- im e aua a (pinner lurtlier up th Imy, la lotl llircairAa. Ituae r.tta ar nrarly ru, diataiit trtua each oil ar, att I an aituated a. to e uu I lata y cuiuu.au 1 tha entrance to Ibe harlair. Fort Tiiket ilitmiii rably cimatrttUed f m flratinti at ire enrii n.t ot a long no' low tt,i apit, ttjtl leiia. ralaalbe U fi mi tliedulf forenmadiatarao, anl Ibe hut la hi emitted aa leal y to con tnaui the ftitlanr to lb. biy vnmplHely It I. ap. n-aoliiilue ly Uud only along th harmw tilt u lm M ri,ed aluve, and ita dvltncea are e i ar. rauaed th t, win a amatl fona may Herat.! tl M-ail vat y tiia-flir uttmlwra. Fun M'treila rattier a di'a niatnil t-orn-ain, but ta uavertTia aa a etna v.ati Imte-y. Frt lliirnttuia I wall bit II, aul apieilUI ilotVutaof Hi eutranou of Hie har Imr, but neittirr ita conatttiction nor pteitlon te ht tnd to tialat atnng lan.1 attak inert thrro larje lilt ft ationa w th all their gime, an mi ntlliat', c , era In i liave of a atugl uiiiii anv of artl i.rt, uialer tb ronimind at pre. aeutori.liul A.J 8trrt 1 Ita liery yanl Ii ait nied ii1iatn,i i ureul tin) ty witu the f irt M C ilaul IlitMiiiaa, al.iiliii. ai.l a ha f lull. al ieflaH.r, It wa tliid-r i.in.niaul nf C im. .Uttra Aaaailhiati the lieu i.ffi.n r liicnututnd waa Cniiilral.dai J tiKilrt K.HiAio. lb dotpiKib lorte at tor ) ar 1 1 iiiHim-l of a juiiI aevatily a.irnr or nrdli-i) men, u. they ar teruiel, ami forty e'ci.1 martura, imlur Capuln Jtuu Warm, there waa a'ao at Ihe ja d. aulijml to the r.mintii I of Com. Aku.tr no th I 8 at ir ahlp B tpp y, w.lb two Unity 1-i.m.li-r.. anl tblity-atebt man' anl the ht'amtr Wyatididlawlth all thirty two' an I elgbty n en. For a nnmlier of day rumor 1 ad lam In i Irru'ailon cf an Intention on the part ofth eutliorttlea of Florid i and Alabtma to Uk imaeealon of the Navy Yatd and forte al thla point. Oa tl bight of tbe'i.h Lieut. 8ita etaliouad a Kuard at Fort lltrrauoaa. oa lihe montlngof the loth be teorlvtil ordera from llie war defMrtment requiring bint to tin every mean In hi power to trotett goToruiuei t pmiietty, and aNpeiiaMy to etp control of llieetitrarae to the harbor, lie waa alao Innirnied at the aum tint that tha com. n under of the N.vy Yard would be directed to Co-r-parat with ktai. Outiiiuitiltition with Cim. Akmrtiiinu, an Ith prumlaeolaeaUUii flfiombliti, 1. cut. BtruMri de ll Jed ou removing at inn Into Fort IV kaua, that Iivt lilnrf tba niont ttliabl ialllon, aud where be rini'dnoie nrarly tily "the at It it of hla Inalrtio tlolia." Tblimatierlmlndatbt.d ttpta, th army nOniira wtiit towoik with a will, and during trie bint illioitra, hail ttroau their entire ftroo wilh a'l their potialulia, ijtopeiiiiimge, , , Into th foil, an 1 1 y the aarlaUut of lu Iioiu the 8np,ly atid Wanibitto, ba 1 removed the ammunition fioai Foil ll.rntnr.e to the mnfrarlnra of Fort 1'itken. Ti'wlat extent Com. Aeturaoao waanrderelti ti-owrat with tu anny oltl era, I dt not knitt, but it ia a Mr pt-ef utujitlun, that it waa to th ek tent of hie power. The N.vy Yard ll-clf I ao altitaWd that no mill, lary man would think of defeudiug it agliwt a large atba king fori e, with the meaua at the Cmi litodor' oomman t lu a military p dot of view, rtululug piueaaloti ol tb Navy Yard waa nf am all CobatquaUL, ttotnpared to a auoreaaftll i!ftin of th elitrani- of the harbor, aud where it wa liata. ary to make a cbolte, the available but a uugiii by all me in to fcaleu oononutiale 1 iu 1 irtPik ru. Taking tbl. v wofthiaae, nn lb nkinf he wiol n.kli g too blticli front the Co tint .lore, Metil. Simula nrauit y reiptratrd that tb mt riiw miKhl I emit t awlal hi own run pony. Tbaordiniuy mrnofthyard,uaa'w wh.r thr weie, woull almi have b.eu a mil utale. eiiable addiluin, an 1 Ihe two ebipa could have l-nru ao plato 1 ai. I., imik their guu roinpl.tly cover an inn i j 'a a tiuielylatiL Llmt 8 aakad In a toml laith for tb,. cooperalum. Men alcf tie N.vy Ynr-I waa taken, anl miminti lil ly anu-il tueii, ami I afore it waa token, be wrotl Ii tleC tnnolnrc rrpi'.tliig hia rojiuat, that tb liltllLe. mifut bear .t bilu wliile IIihiu wa. )t tune Tl ia iiguln it with no attetitinu, aul Hire hniira Uti r llnw n n ha 1 all Intru liken pr aitiina without havt.gtiut loetena a'lownf r.alataiv e.au the biate Hit e artov la id, already lu fott Tickem, wa lilt ti tin i own teaniirxea lu carding lut I1 elr itihtnulo-i- Why euih a i..ni-o waa ptlraueil, I y tl anthorltie at the Nitry tard, aud by what and wluwe coutta-il It wa brought nut m ty ) 1 1 bitnu e a aubjeu lor ofti al Invi at g-itliinatid It would b itui rosier fur ni at Ihl. tin toi Tprc mvrrrrit,tlit whll 1,'eitt, 8l.ltrit, ahy ana nd.il by l.lent. On uti ha ao 1 ir, lut-t a huvt it ait kkbility with a d grea ol au tizy aLil tin .ion noitiiy ftrry high limine. I raiititd aiapik In lei th of loiiiiiii bd ttmn of tltn way In wbii ti the ailtl miliea at ttio Nary a,d nut th lieKiu II UiUa lhut devtlojivd ti-un them lulu l NlMI. Opliiloua of thr rrcaa. IbaSI Louia favnonaf U duualiafied with th rneolbt on adopted by tht I.ouUlnu Couveull m fiecogiJIng the right of thtfrr ntvlgatleu nf th Hiaelaalppl river for tommarcial purrwaaaj f .r th reaaontlal tuck a guaranty I utterly valualaai, In.amuth at II la im! appllcabl eic.d la lime of prate. Th fJiinotTiifaddai "N rrajer will fall to n Aloe that Iht Convtnllon whli had itid the fni egnlog leaolul.ou acted on th aatituiilinut'at 1. ul.liuii hat rover. Ign territo rial iighta uvi r th liver, B Kb au aatumptioti la. voivna tiny th rlgut of a ,li at it oe.ui;ing iu UbketollaliaJal i rttr, but Ij lay t iuu dutiae in tcaae'adactuding or aacendlng at auch atatt aball deem txpodlrut. Any dec'areil m at lUi. time to refrtlu fioui txt'cialng tb right cau havt no wa.ghl. Ihocouulualon la, luerefirn, Irreeiatibl tbnt I tit t nl 1 way fo vidoibiifi fne ihamH't of tht MiMmMnjfit man o,. n f,i,i,i, ami fa fa m-Mnrve IA ( 101,11. The 3i-iiuatlon of tba latter I In only way In which ina -o bet worn tb etveral atataa can be rptuah 1. The poopl. of th Intel lor of th Hue al pi vjl.y at prect iraliy 'iut out from It laeaaaolongaeaf irelgnlurlailictl uuor a aiiccaa loo of forelenurivllciiona liner pout beiwaen ihem and tii mouth ol th great river. Aia7trrl bt aiuurd tfuUhm 1 hrcrrreini''iiaif'Aeriiif 0 au Halt Id inttn uvt A., ronunuiu rt10n uiA tht te board" The Lagiang f(,.t ) lUyMtttt of Ihe !6lh My 1 The ile.il I. done I Our rlghle are iwf arrured We have breu AkI aud drummed and twfaif out of the Lnlou. W etill love lb I'nloa. VT lov our old govetnmen, beratia II waa antabllahad by the atroug ai ma aud th blood of a true man aa tb world ever aaw. We never did bav any war to make on the government, but alwav. regarded II aeapricok. lnhoi lum bequeathed to ua by our revolutionary father, and w hat adorai Ihl I nil n of the Stat. bwauM that Union wat formed aul ctnieMidl llielr blood. Wt have given Ihtm up toour eccruii.l W bav now left Iht tacrad chauilati of our lather to th doaocratlon and pot. lullon of out em me Tb action of (laorgla taay U right, aad ft ntuj U wroai. Th AuguaU f(l. ) Chroniclt, of January JCth, baa a hog editorial upon tb 0 imparativ merit of monarcbical and republican goverumouta In Amarl ca. II glvia a imad ttalterlug picture ofth at.blll ty, proapei tty, and auocere of couatllutl inal Buon archy In II anl and in C'tnada, which It oontra.lt with tha inlaiikbl c million of lltxlco, Peru, Iluinoe.ytra, Aj., and aaru lUreadtm I) praflt by Ut lee 11 ol txpeilenn. Our own republican goveinmei.t. It ay "luualleil m6(mmj in Ut trial, audtvlthlt bavaUMily tunfaardfA Aopet of Ihoa pb.lanthn'lta, who, bolUvlng In ineu'd capacity for eelfoeni'urnt, believed, therefore. In epll.of ao many fallun a, In th practlrubilig ea rermol." thu potrrutiUHt Aa 0011 doun," aaki tht tdilor, "what. hull b lu auljailiut f and bt anawar by aaying ttitil.a. to th preaent geuer.llou. "it ailaa ruin oat. 1 ciaotr urn a onaarrrpTiuaAl oiiKn," Th 8t- lHila v'ornin,; .Vir eayat There le urvly a man lu be found In tkt whole land, uulta he be a irlmlnal, who ev.n feel, th welgl t ol lb Faderal Qov.rnmeu,, whll all feel andtttperlititqlu bemflceuc aud prutt-tlon. It doe not exo-t of u Uie eioeot In a mod which blind ui to the burden. It cannot foro ut even to go eltrouit to fight a fortlgn foa, againat our oou aebi. Wby then abould wt withdraw from It, and wander thiough a period of trouble, uncertain ex. pnimenta, and, perheti, ihauting war, In a frultleo trarch w a lalur fovenuneutf Tk eoufaent Oltftotor, aa old and reepectable agricultural Journal, Uwuad al Auguata, Oa., gayt 1 ' W bav bean auddaaly brought Into a pnaltlon which eufjeaU grave prooabilillM of war, Wtert TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1861 tberefw a-mlur. Mittw labor unlera greatar derVclenry than th want of a to. ' It tkt kjV oermf. The Bute of Oeorgla baa n ! now grain enough wbhin her limit to feed brr p ipultLon and it, n.eitlo amma until th ifnlherlnf if the neit rrep. It 1 preeumed that lit mt of tht Cotton State are In a eiuiiUr cou tlitton. !! )iwr wt eU.lnfJ our auppllet from the NortLwc.t. II may l lhat our c tr renry will be in a roaillttnn to previ nt Ihl attpplr, en t al ttiuioti aa. nflcr. Ii may be that we euail I cut iff from it a tether. Thla la irobable, tui'ew thi.e an, -pile ar lmme-1 ately proriirl e ate )irrarntlug In fieurg1, at Ihl motuent, the aunw ah ua xi U, Iv of a -opi hiving tipanrj. ol Iw.i tr ml I tat of dollart wo th of the .arth'a pri dmla forenle, vn requiring a large pnirortuni of lb rtflulla of aaU to buy th common une.a.rlefl of life, wnli h are alao the producu of the a.l I. If wa wereto writ until diimailay lnadv-rat-ycif a mi a. eil httahntidry, w could nut niter language ao fori 1. bl aa that whh h u uttered bt In preaent trial. Menreewrfmar-f. HrffrerairoA wnprmfViJ. Mi Aaty wimcA f erf, Mofrnil- fo buy, and IhVI fo tat an I Trip Frenrh tlrrt Ilerore linela. 1 be follow In,; It tlio eTplan.ttlon filren br the Mimitmrt "lb obfinl of acmtioft tht aqua. Iron nf rnliilion fiefore (J iota wa to pretent Kini In tit ti II linilini; blmvlf aud lenly tnve.tod by land an I by eoi (nth fortrcM to which ho kad withdrawn. Tho Kmnerorwlahod In almw aniatk of Mmpalliv toa rrim rruollr trie I by fotlunei but Hit Majciitr, trua toifie prlncf. pie of non-interrrnilnn wlilth hat been the aula Kuldo lo bu con !uct toward Italy tine Ihe Pout of Villifrinci, did not preten I to a mi mo an aillto ntrt in a t..t it li il etrtitfLhi. llv prnlimcalinjf llwlf Imtonl tho I rot i-i,,nt wfnen cat a rin to It, thla tlrinonttr. lion iiaturalh aeeuiupil aililTcnnt ilttraitor, Tim I re-111 e of our ll.t?, ilctlii"i mMv to totrr the retreat of liU.Siclli.in M ! v uitler inn.lilli n of a niture to ahull bit dignity, lici ami ba ked upon a an em otirii-menl tn r'e eiitani e, an I uiiircvl tho aliiia of ntitcrltl "n rt. lliluc lm I'lt-nta wm.ii o, cur re. I wlilth intaecl rut the I'nliiiiMii.lcr-lii I'ltiof of Ilia aqiiailrnn Ibe olilitf-iliiin of remin lini the Nc polttani, 111 well na Ibe riiiliiimitev.i.f the part of Urict iiiutmlily prcm ril-cd la Mm, anl whltli it ttaiHliiiiatimiKUMil.la for liiitt to 111 tin tain. It w 1. the in ire lut'i rliuit for Iho (int. ertiiiirtit of lite I.iit'ieror not lo accept tint rc. ramaibilitt if mnli u pn.itiiui. a. fr ink ami ro" limited 1I1, Itrnili. 11. id. I not allow of any 1 11 1 a -interpretation of lit intuition.. Since tho einl of Oitilfr, in fit, Vuo A.liiilial ( Tinah wa rii-trm tc.l to inform Kln Iramii II. Hut our M.iela could not rt nt tin itnltfimt.il, I fine li.it tt at pi.atva x tntora m 11 at nutle w lib Ii would ottlt lead to a ijrctler rlTiiaioti of bhat. 'I bo aamo in. Iiiniln.it waa mule repeatedly to III (511 ill 111 MtJt'atai,HhoMtiiiiriit;c In I no ii.tiiploltl y emed hi In nor in Ilia in, Meantime, tha 1 irt urn Mantc wi'liiti' nlludt'd to liltca-iMinie In nmro arrioii uHit mill. wNhiiti; to innctliate Iho re.uireminlaif a piltcyof neutrality with tits lir.t lile wlilcli Initticel him tn prot lira for Klnu I-rami II. tha nn ant of a fn-o dep-ir. lure, tha (lotcrttnienl nf tho Ktnperor hat m nia iteelf tho intermediary of a pro-melt Ion of ar. uiu-tiir, whkh hat been at nuiew.o.1 in by tho two brlliierrnt pnrtica, Stopjail if facto on th nth of tho pretent month, hoatilttle will remain eurpt mini till the 11th of January, an I it ! aim at that data Hint Vice-Admiral im Tl. aii will lento Oacla." I'rnm Hip lathmiia nnd Moulli 1'arlflr. f V'nii Ihr lwama ktar and llraU) Lady Franklin paid a vlit to Anpinwall on

Tncadiiy and era-tit tho ("rejtcr part of tho day jeetertfay 011 rliore. Thla tonitiiuiiily waa oil Mon.Inv 1 ut, eloc. trilied wilh ncm remit eJ L tho llrlti.li aieain rrLima, tothaellitt tint alomiuera hid boon met ubout four It-jicrttro from tho 1 ity of Neita, nn the tlnin of foyote, and lomplvtrly de feated by (ionrral JuAcjt if I'Aitia. A Lima lei I or of Jan. 1 Ith tyi : At I rail In one nf tin hut letter., Huntress ha uullii rirt'd Iho Exvtulito to di-Jaro war aiiain-it lMitln in tntm all diplotnntic ttelotiit tin n ahiiiibl fail u.nl to raiee for thin purpnm 11 loan of four million, nf ib.llirn. C'ahtiii A ht m ut for rilled cannon to Kuroo, and tho oilier ilny they rccvltol a ftrvni taro of iiim-knta, Ik.ukIiI Vy trot ernment tiirentt in I'uropo, wlncli went found hero utlerlt worthloaa thai I hey riitiiiiiilir thoir ni.uiij. ' Hut the war with Itoli. Mi In not loiniuiiiif.l tel, ami tin) Ih.lulmn In.nt tiry well that thu rcriitiani uro afral I of till 111. ('lit ral I'l 01 m Ii ft In re aome titna limn for Quito, where Joncies ia note in ac-wion. Dur iut; the w.h-11011, a l'lcniibnt will bo npKiinte., but who la In la tint il.inii) Inn not tran.piroil. Ihilll.lb -a. Mulil1 1 nlll I bo acliltcil, but 1 learn that lm haa alromly 1I01 lined, 11 I in pro. fira rtinaiiiini. (lovenmr of Uuiyaqiiil, ant rittitea wt.ul I not in 1 opt, willingly, to con tii.ua Comm-iu hi lu Chnifnf Iho army. Tluieo two, mi il ml t, will tilt tato who la to'lai put in the 1're.liliiiilil rlnir, nnd they will thin con- iiiiiu tint irlii il ruling imwerof th country. 'I lit ro laroitai I riilile talk of Caitiii A unking nni.tlier altein t at iiivu.Iiii l.nii.b.r; l.iitlliii tune bo will l-n lik.lv lo ruuito a wartiti r rc teplion, nnd ehotild ho nil Ii rtaka einhiiii ex. l-odilion, lm ia liktly to meet with e.cn lea atuttla 111 til I fit loult. p-ouiherii ItPBia The tolH JhhihhI my "W arc iillowed to niako tin follow in; extract fram a private letter juat mi itt-il b a turilmlit iu this illy from an esliinuto tiijr hnler In l.oumiuiu. T ho It Iter I dated Jan. 1 1 1 Wo ro nil i;nln to tha D. til 111 fa.t aa poi nl.lo. If Obi lilt K ha not Ihe nor to, I hop" Old Am: will hate, to lut ilnnti Micoiuitnn. I 1 1. un, 1I1 r thi country hint aul ru1111.1l. Our .ro rt v I talutli'i-a. Jto moni j no prlco for our liitV irotm. I w-o noiliiiiij but ruin for thu future. Had Old link hud the nerti- of a Jai krniN, and in ut n Mutt to Chariest on in tlio limt iiuttauci', nil would b ivo bum wi II.' " Tho rei-lnution nf ollicen from th but atale to amnio l inuny tinnu Ice than thoaa of Mouth Curoliuliina.' Whila ovrradoxonof the latter bate left Iho tun Ice, hardly an are raanf four hato reel:ueil from auch of tho iilliera. Of lourw, tb Weal I'oint and Antnt ilt irciitb iiicti uro not litclu le-l in thia eatU mate, a they had titr dona aclivo duty, Tho JtilliJijrnllt Urconlrr tbut Hale th nctount between Ucurl and tha United iStatcti T ho Unite l State In Goort(i, Dr. Fur .lAINW.IKK) , ri!a of tho public Uoniain in tha toniinon torrilo- rle at Ml cpiiU (iKi,(NI0,IHI0 For hrc of olhcr public (uoperty, VtO, 000,000 Tot tl r-harc nf f It orgla JO, 000,000 Cr liy Fort l'ularkl, and other U. 8. property in lioornia, high eitlmate tii.OW.OOO rialanrp due Goorlt 10,000,000 Tbs other day an airent of th New York &. Erie Railroad Cointutny wa puttinic up on of th finely illuminated tard of th roal in th olltco of tho Ut. Chariot Hotel, New Orleont, when a ure-onttr lam up, aylnu;t "Th New York and Erla Railroad I Yea! Through broad Kuaipj route I Yet! IaiI'i are, I think New York Ra alwut fifty thouoand majirity fur LlxtiilJe," )lni wblth ho gv Hi card two or thre klika, of courn) destroying It. Th ltut mildly remunatratod, but a crowd toon toilet ttil, and the landlord inforaol hitn It would not l-e fo for him to remain longer I th bouse. Ho collected hi baggage, gni left tb clly ipeodilv at pouibl. A utlcn of Dubinpia hta rec!te. a let ter from hi brother, living In Kentucky, con veying th information that Iwcaum be bad formerly boen a real Itnt of a free Hate Illinois ba b.d l-een warned to leave Kentucky with. in the urceeiUng tend)!. II U merchant and a landowner, hat been A reaident of tha ilate nearly a jtai, haa taken no ptrt lu politi cal matter, ami laid or don nothing to fir Ml tha rerpect of hi neighbor-, jot the order tea a peremptory one, and If ho remain, ho whl In all likelibotal be tuMectcd to bodily peril. A N. w Stai k. On writer front Tenroaaee, antlclnalnir tha ehrlatc-nlnif of a new SuiitSii.ru Confoileraey, proiOiU! to cull it th Stale of nuirvtauin A Nr.tino wtiMt, who oacin5.1 to Roatoii aet cral inonthe agi , bin relumed to bar in uter, Rev, J. DomeiiiKN, Lynchburg, Ya. Sh de clared that the will never again lent old Vir- glnla, w her aha tat a, the negro 1 Un tlinea a .. i i - i.: .1 v- .i. irr- aiiu uappy aa hi in. ikhiiii Maiur Ilai.i. commander of Ihe araenal at 8t, louia, ho been lutairaedod by Captain JotCk, who enter upon Un outlet today,' A town meetinir. called of tho In favor of restoring a Union of th tte wat held on Thuraday night ia Marrtand IntUtuto, llaltl. more, aud wag largely aiteudtxl, Mewr. Mo- mt, TrAKtr. WAtlAtr anlll M Mi Li i, ad (rea-i'd the meeting, ltcolulioiii Jwt re pi roil denouncing IhecottrM of (i .imur I In k. iu refumng to call a it.ntentioii i iteittlng hi. Atithorttr to vtiil delegate tn Wa.hington I al'it to mike arrangementa for electing dele gate to the illy contention, to thtt ib l.tgitei to Ibe Mate convention to glte nprenon of that lews of Mart land In tlmpreai'iit crlili. I A Utter, purporting to lm from Mr. Ij-e- roiw, declaring t hit Joitt Hrdiv-romtntttcl , no cirrmo agatmt. tho ft'lur.il got er anient whltb Inirilei ilealh, anl that Mr. Lilt oi. tloea not regard tho Hum Sunt etpcl-ion a, binding tiixtti th North, I In circiilatl n In th I South. It first eppi'iirod in the Ch irletton ,1Vr- ' rhrti, and wai evidently rrctitreil to rrodnce tffet t In VlrginU during the election. The ttr.t prisoner of war, Lieutenant Jamii K. Jul ur, arriteil at Washington Je.ler.liv, And reporlcil hlnis.lf to .Secretarr fotcir. I.lcutmnut Jocr.1T Ii AttAche.1 to Hi sleinnr l'ruadcr, now In Iho Gulf, but v. a, tompor in ly rmploicil pn tho Wjandotle. He went ashent al IVnaacola, and was immwliatelv eel. pI m apriaomr, but released on parole of honur lint tn fear arm against Hie alale of l'lotila, and n pns.pi.rt wa, ftirnlsht'il hitn. On Woilneslaj, a highly ropiclal,lo c it lien of Jt fit rnn ceunty, ipnto a ferotiou Itreater, nunc into thi. tiiyto make arningeinenti for t itinng tba Nntth on Imsinesi. Ho applinl to the Mator an I obt lined from that funttlontry pnarirt, withn terlll'nato that ha lite in Jiiurscn, tint nc n a Mate owner, ami tint ha Ii a irit-iuLof llu .S ni'li. Aiart'iiwm win lie wlihtd sutli n p.i ort and e t rt ttit nte, )t state! Hut some of bi. n, l.lils.rs. wliu lute re etttlv tb-ltisltbi Smitli tt pro an annotcil and U let ti nt be tli'iliiini i .mniltlpt't that lie piitil I not tenturi t" K" without flrt Inking proiatitioin iigitu.t I rouble "-Aotnri'iV Jnutiutt, ThP Aailpiaan C'nap. The i stieof a wrltpfWient iinpiu, ill tint , of Amipiimiw, bj Ilia Eiigln-h Court of IJ icon' Ih'nchltie fiilb'ti liko bomli-shtll tiH)tt tlilt lommuuiiy. '1 lu ro w an tinwilliugiit'S to rroiltt tho telegraphic ai count) but tba arrival of tho il-iatlnd rei..rl nf Hid caw jeetinhy act alldouiit.it rest. I'rolial.y no fimilir attempt has Ikiii tllt'le wllhlii our il ly to oniroueh mi llu lilierliu of u fr-o in-o. pic. Cana.li, a great Mtlf-goti ruing tom inuiiitv. with a iiiiutiioriial louiiigo more than twiip in Inrgn in tint of Frame, Ii com pi re, I tn tlio Isle of Jersey nil I Ilia Islcof il in, neither of which line it population largirtliuu tint of Toronto. Iho proi i iletit iUoti'd are well cnotigli for a crown lobint, but it kohnpimi Hint Ciu.idi aisspsica a Court nf (Iippii lb in Ii exprcsslv Mstcd with power piMirdinite with thosnof tho tu Mn'a II -tit It in Engl en-1 1 nn.l if th it court can bo Ignore I and act asl.lel.y nil luipett.l tribiiinl, win re Is (he L'titrantin'for our Itberttea? If the ju In III brain h nf onr gotriiiiient tnty let tremluvl tiMin, in tin ettiiintiry mamier, who t to guarantee the exeeutlve and logtslitita fiitti' tion of the govprnment from Invasion? ihosoqiiostli.nl forte thomsplve, upon every mind a the rctiort of thla etraor.ini try caw ii read. Canada Ita been teste 1 wllh all Ilia at tributes of local eel f-go eminent, leglalatito, rxecutite and Jiiliciul i anl the will bar. llv now surrender one of lliose rights In obedtene to a writ from an English Court, which staki to usurp a Jurii.lii lion th it liolongs tn our own tribunal, lu spite of tho universal syiti. pallry for Afeiit rhiin, wo do not IkIiov Hint this community la prepared to submit to till, invasion of its fram Inset. I f it lie desirable to take the rase la-fore an English tribunal, there is a way of doing il, as a lliuil apiaul. For this our I iw prot lie, and III Ihl wv we sus- T fit, n mum at tin, t no matter win lute to litamigpil. loron'o iAilder, A Moid to Ibei MaiLIng II ll( I.IHIIUK . MI1UIV. A griitlemim I- a man who I gentle, Ti Ilea graiofttl aiit.mplialnni'iita utipirinr cut. ture prinnl wtultb great talent genlite tloitot ititihtiiitto a mail with all th aitrtbtitet neeito I to lit iko hitn a gentb mill. Ho at ly bo awkward ingtibir, honiuly, or poor an I )rt belong to tho inn runnel afittocracy. Hie f tco may lie I ronred at tlio forgo or bleu hud In tha mill hi liiimt hugn and bird hi pitthol teal, like .Inn rn'n tout, of miity inlora ml huitii) alill lain truo gi'iitlcniun. The il in ly llailrj gmali elgu, and not it genllein in, fur he ili'ii.ll li'von bit driti, ntid not til -oil hi hniior mill lrlmt fur hii piti"port to tho boat eirilcauf eoitttt, "Iho man who ha n iti' ney i tHMir In tthuhia nn'tiing but money ia I our. r limn he mil Ii not n gentl. iii.tn. nno of the tuont ilialiiigiiinliiiilinun in tho word of loiter in Ilia wi.tl I of art in Iho worll of a itnce. bate locii uu imiiiblo groan ulgur iiiil'riiilo, eoiiioipieiilly Hot pent lemell. "Ion are n libel in," ml, I n i.-ttrlei ut lo Cm um. ' I um a t.li H I in," mil I Ilia clo pient Romiin t "iho iiobiliit of my family Ugln in me lb it of t our ill en I w ith ) ou." I hnl I I hat lit) in.iii tii'Mreto lm irowuod wiih honor, avhorto Itlo ia n failiiro , nii.l bo who livia oulv limit ami tlrnik nil I to atruniiibitn money ii afilluro. 'Ibe world Ii mi U'tter for hi liting In It He net or win I a teiir from a a.i I f no lu'vir ktiille.1 a In iipin a frozen heirlh. I r. i-it wilh eiuplittiv d, t. a failuro. Tboralt no tlm-h lit bia heart s bo worklnpa no God but gold, I.Mil In rout I lie Nor lb, there tire ier eoita wlio ileciii It dine r.ilila'ilit nil I uitgi'iille. ininlv lolnlniri hence tu.-t iniillltu Iciof .toting im n ehnk tliojiikonf toil, mil ru.li hoa.ll.iug into roft'aMoit. mil la-nlt tun (or ttliithtbey lire lotullv ilUptulilii I. Tlnro i trim dignity in lilmr, and no lru llgiitly withi ut it. He wli . be It dowu aoorn fully nn I ilair, I like J brine., who ha I a inutitb, mil uu b ut lr, tin i t iniilo ficeaat tliotwwhu fed him minkiti tho linger that broitPbt tho bread to bit lip II who write a book.'.ur IniiM a hotiae, or till a farm, or follow any ii't ful empl lymettt, lite to totne purpow, und contribute tome. thing to tho fund of human happinca. Lmik at th farmer, ho ba a aharu in lit bunk, but hi hank i a bank of loam, hla aharu Ii a iiloughnhan' and tlio morn lilt aharo break bit bunk, tha greattr will ba hla .lit blend, II need not aeiul hi imtia lo New York to lm ru ditmnd, for Natuic ha linloraoil tin in with her iigiuttureof lljwi're. Toil wieide lb ax where wood and Imw, The aiwdi . wu rlae lu radiant bloom, Iticb haiveala wavi liehlul th plow, And cltiea elttater ruttial the l.iom. Wber rottudad d .ma and tapering tplrei, A lorn tba vale aud i rown tna hill, Swart labor llghu Ii bteaou-ftrea And plumt-a with aniokt the forg and mill. The cugine with It hull of flm, And Joint of brae aid lib of atael, From labor plaatle Angara cam. With algblug valv and alnglng who!, Th klagly oak, tb foreet' pride. Whoa atom la eiund with thuniler tear, I lama bail by lalair on th tide. llettMlh th flag of atrlpe and atart. Gahiiialiu, tho greateat hero of tha age, la a working-man. Henry Clay waa "ih mill, boy of tint alaabea." Daniel Webater knit hi iron frime into strength bv working on hi father' farm when young. Tha men who have Mood-power enough in their veint to work lit bra lii-mill upon their ahouider., are men who I ilior. iHtlrjitndtnt, Tho Hente of Ilurope. The enmlitg mouth ar moat critical fur the Mate of Kuri.'-e. N Arui r.iin aroi, and recotn nunda a Coitgre for eettllng the pending (tueetioii I England U uneaay the new King of Pruinl i, Wll uam I, declare, u hit firtt man ifrato to hit nation, that tho couildinc of En. ri.a i. Kliuketi) Uavaria prepare for war, and Anetrla la Hill in lit convulsion of a (la metal and political crlala. Ktiwla, though deeply n guged In tb InimotlUt emancipation of the MTft, tumciitrate an army ou tha lruth, and threattna MolJo-Wallaehla with an Inva.lon In ma th lltuigarlana khouM try to organix an Inroad from th l'rlnripalitle Into Trannylva. nl.t. l'i liu.0 1,'ooA tudijenly turn round, an I, nfler hat Inc for a tima favored th tehemeaof Hungary, roclalmi now the ttrlctcnt neutrali ty, n.tl i-aiU the llungarlan refugee. 'Iho I'flliLO of ttetvla U likewlae frlghteneid, and no longer dire to put hlmatlf in opeioaitioii to Auatrla and Ruitlt. Hut Uomla, Uulgaria, and Mou'eneprn ar (till agitate I, and it II carcelypiMibletuat Hie year 161 will pe awty without terlou commotion in European Tuikey. llaalde theae greater queatiou, there remain kill I Hie Hu.bi,w auout oeuiaawig. Ilolatein and the Coliatltutiou of He.aU, which may U a iretext, Iwth bv Napol-om and Cur Al kXAJtmrt, for ilinturblng the (late of Ger. many. The American difficult! greatly In Buenc the money market, and there Ii an an. eaay feeling pretaleot that Kurop It on tb brink if a great war Of of revolution. SUN. PRICE ONE CENT The Knmtaa Treaty vvllh Cnma. Tiir txindon Timet thu des, rlla-s tho advan tage which Russia gcins by the treaty which the ha just concluded with China I Ifthaliomler hue which It aedtla be I race 1 rpnu a vety gi.d map, wt aliall Qal Ibtl II lake a .cry thick feelrff the west and northeast nfchtat Tn ti Ci In la Iht ny.ler which by our n.rd w I P ttit to the K iHniaii. Cnltw seem to preaent iltalf t ttrfer Hie Imtge .ran onion, which peel I y peel they pn pi by Ihimreivra to devour. Tbey now ly luia tieatj lib., foi ward tbeir froul er line con afilembj wilt In the pnitime lying al thefutnf the mottelaln of TuAial Asia, and thevalTaiue teiy ciwe even t the do u.e y pe. Lied ja it Ion ' th ciiiittty. Itnt their great edtaate I tijs.n It ivrth-east, where they hate act velly cme twelve degrte la.ulh of Iheir . I tsn.ndaryal Ihe mouth of II e Ana.r, have tek'n in lb wbole or the al ore of th On f of Tirtary, bringing out Ikeir tn ntier line Into th 8eaef Ji. n. of pours th ideal d-slre of R isala i. lo ereip aiiitb lo ml erapi rt width wott'n give her free out eM lit the world, and wlilth are ml for half the year hloeked up wllh Ice. Now, al the mouth f the river 1 hou mien, ly enlargisg the already exMIng tnw nf llw.n-er.nn, Ihey will hare a pott dim I Tpp)awiekilakisldi,ainloi.m'niil lug tl latamii i f ,1 1 m. A very alight know'e le ol the map of t Inn. I. anmclet.l to cnnvliics an nuo wl o boara llml the Itusalati frontie' line la liroUhbl d wu aoiilh lo llio tltnr rhou-tuieti, thai Kula, with a I atal statu n al that t.iii t, mtuil lie roi-tb ally master i f ,1 ttt 1 be Knaalana b) the r nirlli article of their troa' V. oldain ttat ",i the while fnmlier line eatitill.hed ly Hie present treaty trale, tree of all d Ir or r. .trillions, la e.bililishr I latweon the an' cte .f II two 8uttet and Ihe local atilhat Itlea are l.nin I to glee speclul ptoleelion to auch trad aud I I3i.se Who ekotctae ii,' The new treaty in t lea al-n thit It tsa'an or rbanla, eveu in n. i ibna . f tan h n.lrnl, tint Irntrl in Ctnua r i, .. ntt'nal tmilies witi u fuller i-as.p.. t Ho a It tssian irrtiflat betet, r ttey ,Mtel,e Itiisslan metibanlaare lo lany tie Ituaslan law about them, atal lie) C .iue-o I mi utilhi-rtlii are I., und lo lestaal the rltfh'a Slid toitifntte theilllgiilliiuinf a It iwlvi nt'eect Tltp I oiilslnnre Ordltiancp. 1 ho follow ing it the Orilinattraof Secei-toii, a.ltpiclb.t tlio laitiisiaitd Convention i ai out hah a Ti .b roth lum ti le-twie It Hi Slate nf IVtial anaand . ti ir -tif. iintat with her, uu lev the cone trniii'rd "lhi cnslllnllon f II e I n ted Statea 1,1 Altiei li a, ' We, Um is i b of I' e 81-ile of Lnttisloua, InC m trtih. uit-aitiil. id, ilnd.i uean.l otil.ltt, itid II ta leretyd.careilaiidorliliiid that Ihe inbnvu- pass.ii by b- in I' n. trillion, n th ItJd Novrmlier, A. IL lall, wbinly the L n.l.tiitloii i.l tho I mle.1 8Utia ot Aunrtit imI i'ip ami nilmeiit of aaid C 'hsl lullon, wtrt nd ' till, and all law an I prdl uancpal) wblthlhe (tbito of l.ntiialiitiii le.atiiea neiuli-r 1 1 tliu lidmal 1 u ou, la, aisl th same ate I ereby rejieiiltil and ttaia,hltil, and thitt the Lnlim ltw .ululating ta-twoen 1. ttlaiail e alt I nlllt r ateti a, tin let Ilia iviiiisi.f "luel tiitw.1 H-tt aof Auierl, a, la ben ly diaaolted. Wed . fulll ir il.tlareitnj i.r,ltn tl at lb Slat of l.ttil.tnrahenl y irHumes a I tight auliNtfftri hen lo ora de egntnl li the ll.ivrrumenl i f the 1 tiitnl Htatea .f Auirrha t that her eitisena are aliHolveit fromail aMeglatae It aaid Oovertimml, auil that ahe la tn full pnaiewel.iti an I exorcise of all thoae i Ik bu eif aoveteliiiity whltli eparUln t a free atal Indent mlont a-ate, Wed.ifiitiber dti lareim.l ordain that all rUhta ai qtiln d and vi i-ttil iitnler the Lotuititutlon ofth I nilid Butea, or any act of Coturreaa, or ttealy, or under any law ol thla Bute, and loot Incompatible w lb thla ordinance, alia I letualula flirt e, atal bav the mm clftil, a If Ihl or J Inane had uotbeeu asaed The follow ing reaoliitinn wa alao adopted up IllrmelUI to tlieotdiliaiHe . ; aufivt. That we, the tw .pie of Ihe Slate of Lull aiaia, recogulre the right of tho free tutvlgatlon of ion MiMiseippt nvnr n.l iu llinutarte l.y all fiietiillv sUtt-H la rdarlnff tkerw n. and aln reonir. litre iherUtht of egreaaanl Ingreaa of the mouth o tine ai aatsai) Illy an irletally atetea and lamera, anil we tin neieiiy oeciare our Wlllllmueea lo enter Il to any ali ithttlotj lo guaraute the txtrtia of these tight. Fori Tnvlor. The Rialiester lifrrifmr pit ea the follow lug descri Hon of the "mail ie a of Fort Ta)lnrt Key Went, iqou whit u it it attuateil. It una of the mot w sit .yof the Fine lelan belli lb chalu known aa th I'l. rl.lt K.ya, lit) mile anuthweat finta Cie Sable, al out the earn dlsUlte from th Tortiigaa,aislalanit lliON N K. from Havana. II ia alsiut alx mile b ng and tobroiid,Biil al no IM.Itit more than twelve or fifteen fait ah.iv th evel of the sea. Ki y West C ty, the aelllemenl en the island, baa a population of alsmt g.utal. fb bat bor la a vety fine me, a. ceMible through Mveral chatuiel by vewiele drawing tweulv-two teet of wa. ler 7r l the ' fo Ihe ( eiitrmtm In the, tliil wixim, ana tuere-l ire slmugiy I irtineil. Fill lay. Inr la tl ptluel al wolk ..I tleretat. Il la built on an artificial Ixlwti 1, the anma a Foil Sun. ler a ( I arleal in, within th main nitron, e to tha batbor. Il ii. st l,Jo,lsl.n.,.relliu ruber I rt Hiimtrrer Fort I'll kens. Th li rai ka are large aud tiinuuo diiuu bintd'uga, torming three Hlileaof n iptalran gla, the oieulng facing the as. Tmr is a well arrangad itiaiino liinpiul, ie eusbitn bnttae, a c .tin hiiuiie, atid i iher piiblii biiiiJttMs. The . Ill er In e onittii.it 1 ..f FntTty or 1 Capl IIiunwan, l-l rt.lery,wl -a wife It will bo mut inied, o myi-lerti nai it a. paired altsr ensuing finil New i.lk to Hialin l.latnl ou a ferrylnit, eetinl ti ttanito. laid II la a nttite ..f Hut I) a tr It t ot C'lbniili rt, ai d 1 iwt lien III the a my twatity Star. Another t nallale llxpteawlon. Tho laindun Itmen, nt the totn liiiion of an eililnrlnl ret lew of the South Carolina " Dcil. ralii n of I itisea, iy 1 bore i not much uw In teaaotilng al th preaent time with Houlli Caroliiit. Wei alto uwiie amon b e to teatwi. .h would ml bt lu the poal'.tau la wb i h ,he find hereelf. Hut what mattara all Ih af Not a aiugU nbjec. Hi u thai we have vetitiir.il to nuike could be made iu Ibe Itpptibtlcof 8 tilth Ctrtilliut, thtuaitaploloiialy taking htr plilie Hinnlig the iiatlnnaof th vrnrlii, Wltl.onl law, without J. lallie, without delay, aba I U riding In tl o aih Hnl lead to tb downfall of ratltii and the lob y ol fnuulle. Ike hollow I ea of Lereaiiae I a. mi latieath all the iMimnnf bet laUiel th mutilation, and surely to ber. It to any couiiiitn.liv ot nullum tluya, may fat applied th word it the II l.l.w Prophet ."A wi.li.lerf.il aud I oirilile thing I ei.miulUrd tn tha laud. Tha l'i I beta propheay lalauly, aud my iople luv fa bav II ao." I'otten by Itallroad and Itlver lo Ihe North We find lu tha Villtburg Journal the eub. joined. "Nearly all the immense trade hitherto tar ried on through New Orleans, and via Memphis, Chattanooga and Charleston or Sivaunali, li now rapidly running northward, and llnding ita way to the scalawrd via CiiKillliall, 1'itto. burg it.i.l llallintoro, I'illsl.urg I realyto do her part in tho vast trade Hint l thus forced uii her, A Urge Meet of steamers is prepar. ing to du this t any ing trulo already begun. Tlurt Is alio regular 1'ittsburg aul Moinpliti 1 ind of taut established. The Kenton, Capt. CltookH, and the Citizen, Cspt. .Suou.ix, will carry from 1W0 lo SOIK) bolus of cotton. We ptn-iiva that ull the atailibbi lioata are already token up at Memphis. A Memphis paper of tba Huh un: '1 bile was a KTfoct Heel of Cincinnati ami I'l II. burg liout ) csterdat , The departttrei were tbelaidt Franklin, w lift 1.011 bales, the Ari zona, w Ith 1 ,0V) bnle an I 500 bids, inn! use tho Wtnnna, wllh 1.000 bales, aul the ItetU with 1.117 balea cotton. T be saino issue of Ihe an me paper remark, t "The re ha been a gcutral chaiigo lu regard to the direction iu which the cotton I being nhlptd from thl point. Two days ago and the New Or buns paikct were being loaded to their guards, and llielr capacity tested to the utmost. Now, we learn by a protnluent stnoraboat man, their prospects for continued large trips era tlim, whila there are from nine to ten thou in t baltt of cotton awaiting shipment for the Ohio rlwr, On Saturday, J. 100 hale for tho Ohio rlier, and no shipment fur New Orleans. " ""Tblrly M Thirl y." The reader who It curious to know xtlly where runs thi oft-mentioned lias, will get a clear Idea of It by taking a map and trac ng it at follows It onramrnce al th polul on Ihe Atlantlo oneat wbet lb dividing tin Uawatn Virginia and N irth Caiollnacoibebieii paaict along th I In between Ttbitesac aid Keumtkyi along lb Un between th rJUai of Mnaouti aud Arkaoaaa, theoc Ihroagh lt TarrlbTT of lb Cnerokw nation, through New Mexico, atriklug tht eaataia boundary of UtaUl l f tallloruia. a abort dl.ttoit aoulh ut th luldd , elilklurlhe F.clflo a shot I dieUnea aoulh of Mont, at ey Uy. On Ibe South of that Una thar ar about Until W) rquar mil, tucludlag Indian raaarv.llou., whll ou lb footth Iktrt an) about 1,000,1 ) t uu Uillea, l.'ea. Jearph Ioxno. Jo Lank wrote a Utter to his wife, giving hla views of Ihe state of tbe Union, Here is Ibe letter a mrtod lor the Kaukake ti'i utlti Nu orients, Ian. It liMll. Petr Qant, I write to tail you lhat I bavt dlaaoluted. la kommou wilk Ik Bowlk. We are atwtrd ot Jaaeua lluubanau, b lat korrupt fur ua, A w bav itaulvtd lo Ibro thim on th Uudae Murey of th North, i eau'l tall whan t wll e you, lb Cuatry Bed my Mivlce, audi 1 won't glv har uy. U ril al th cow ana get aom mow.y, fur I expect a ofhiM bow. Year ha.baaj, JoLaxa. RATES OF ADVEHTISINO. T-KJO OASn IN ADYAKC-. AatfctbwaneoU ror rvtry rOf LtlRS. le ty dwrj word, or let, en day. BO cenw; two d.ra. Tb i,d, th'-adaya,!, Hx Jays, $1 Jt. ll Uw ttt.nin,iu Mmeprlc akaay. Mowlhly adveitunment of tnt lis, rnmrMda M ThUeieWllahmenll tirly oloaed on Sum-af. UpAin nol ready le arkaawteg wtfc Cara llnet ladepeadent. The ms.ler of a ,rg Jut Arrived at thla pott Trom Ilttant, report thst on the day nra. tlou to her sailing, about 10 A. M., a smiu brlgantlnn, from Charleston, ram In past More Cattle, with th 1'almetto flag flying, or rather the stripe with but one tar, bat Immediately, by order of the oflicer in command at to More! brought to anchor under it, gun, and keat there until about 3 I', M., when the flag of the L'liion wa, Imlstcil, and she was permitted to I a i uu the harlor. Vrf. Ado. Criminal. .Inn- IIitAiitT wt, rrtrrrFD In the ct tt strultng a ial.iai.lo tmlTalo roll from a horse, at St. Iaiuis, on Sunday night, and wat arrested. A I. ts-ii lino jtmn, at Machlxs, M., con. scnlcil to a terdlct ont of sympallir for a lick Jtirf.r Th Ju Igo illerhargeil hlin, with a sharp riprlmiva.l, without pay, A iruor, invFR, nante.1 Dif.wORTn, at at Alleghany, I 'a , shot at hla rival lo th vea tibti'o of a, tliur. h, nn Sunday ntgbti a bt sland er kins V I aside his arm, or ha would hare killed the man who had supplanted him, and nn whose arm tho young lady waa leaning. Arm in rniiTtCAL jokb wa played at rhi1nilel4iU on 1 hurelay ; tho Coronur wa Itotitleil to Indian iitniiest on the body of art unknown man, win. had lieen froren to death, end several protuintnt tltisen, were informed thai the bony ot a Iriemt wai lying at arertala I nbin boti-i. On filing there it wat fount le Le a in. in model I. ,1 m snow. A ifr.rtit kmii v wFrts wrvittT xittxi. at Iiiillinirs.li. nn Stliir.liv mi.rnlng, Thepx. rent, had a bad bead uh. from n bad whi.key tlriink after lugbt and trto.1 thci ITecUof A doe e f e hloroform, tba ebitdrtn aeeuig the effect, Irak pinhn il...p mil tin while family wa found Iii-oiimI Ip Calamities. A tutifd uti t, Ar. it rvrttir pnf aitim In takin ara, nil in mistake for salt, at St, Louis, on M in.lnv night, A I1P1IH lAllt t Mil wt, i renin a to 1st n nn I Ik I hurt hi. read ill II I. at M. lioli, on Mnitilat, The p..li. . went roun I their boat and inllectid li.0ftir hitn. Tilt iiivttiim nt A 1 1 trill I tup, wt, acrl ilonlsllt knot ke 1 1 fl in the han I nf a tnnnggirl at Fall liitir. Mitsi. un MonUy rvi'inngj th fluid ran down Iter arm uu 1 iN'rs'oits, and burnt lur .-e.eiel j -bo In. in a ttrt preuuloue state. Business Items. Two hpv. itfam Tin, to run between tluf filoan.l lockmrt, bate been or.l.rtil bt th Western '1 ran-.irtt inn Co they will bo ready by tbe opening of th navigation. Tup. i nttsriT t itic or thakr brings als.ut h itic tii.til feattina. 'I bis market ba at prea ent au unusual stink of raisins uu hand, owing; to tiry large imtairtatlona, and a comparatively sltcltl demand for onli-umptlon. Consequently, prlcea have fallen to ituniiaratively lower rate than III Malaga, and a reiebii ment of th artlcl tol'.unpn is now the result. Several cargoes hate already left thl port, and a ship Is now ip fur IJte-rtovl, at rhiladeli.hl,wltU 1,800 boxen on lard. I'll nuns Mrtai. I'ltoiircTiot. Tba-AlM of tho iiruilui Hon of precious metal, per aa. num. in ilinVrcnt iimntrlea, li aa fiillowsi I'liiicl States, AxO.tSrO.OOO; Great Britain, IIKI.HHMKSl; Ruseia, aiOOOOtO.l Franc. tl.i.HOO.IHKI; Austria, fl.&00 000, Truaaia, W (S)O.WHI, Belgium, fill 000.000, Spain, 7 MHJ IPO; Sweden and Norway, a.OOO.OOO Sixotiv, tl.WKl.ouo, Italy, .600 000: Swlt torlaitil, t.i'KI.OIMI, A Ultra! la itself prislucp ll.2..0.t'0O; Mexito mid Chill, f. I o.OOO.OOej Hip rest if Sntiili Atmrira, f;.MN) 000. Ac p rding lo the figures the annual precious ma lal trr.li nf r.ttroie, America, aud Australia, a ruxtnutts hi).ik)u.imiO- Foreign Items. A arm Avr STAatKii to DUVTii. Mr. II. D. MiTCimi I, a retired natal surgeon, living; in Henley, England, ha Iven cotnuied for trial ft r start ing 1 1 female sen ant, named Clark, lo death. She wu removed from hla residence, to the woikkoiisi: In a state of horrid lilth, and so redutt d I y starvation that, though. 21 yeara ol I, kIio wi lI.e.t only ,V) pounds, Tnr phut iip iiif ixiKxirt.r col.1 weather ti nn tlm I ii ois and tigt re, in the London Zonlo gnl llnribiis has Ippii xerv severe. The miignill mt Ntiliiin lit n, whtth has been 1. Vursin tbe Giinbits, wai found dead in tha tnnrning, hating been irri illy wrll the after lion la file it pen linorli in exammatloii show oil lb it ho die 1 al. clitti ly of cold. Hi mate gntphlrth, ttto iliiva after' In a still-lsint tub, i cell raleil lygrbf fur the Ion of Iter male. Notwithstanding tba moil care taken, tbero hus Uuu u lirgoiiiorlalilvuiiioiiglropiial bird, nionki 1 s mid nn'i b ja Tho hippopotami ara Iho eiiilV tropical animal wlilth bate Urn un affected ly ll.arold. RnMAX br.lTITTIia. Ollielal document just iillielul at Rome sun.lt Iho following eta list It ri'Sia-etiug th it i Ity 'fur tho year IHtdJi "The minil er of nnrbh rhuribee la stated tola. fil; families, 117,, 0M blehnpa, :); priests, 1,417; inollk ami frlura, 2, jyil, nun, 2,0,11: slu lent ill ceilesUstiinl atiuinario and colleeiwa HMth rrsidttils In the msistollc (uilares. Mil. Tho tiiii iiiiiuiaT nt inuanitant in lotiti was lit, ( ID, of whom t)l'i,'."JJ were male, and S7,7&t li mab a, showing an imreaMof I. tbl on the moiling tear, llu. ratio or lurlhe to Ihe whole a tniliitioii wa, 1 to '.". of death. I to V; nf tit irrl ages, Ititl.x). The Jewish pop ulation, wlileU I nut Itttluiloil in tbe alnivo, nuiulrr, I, lot ihtsoiis, of whom 'j,'2H are malts, and 2,'WO fi mnb ." CflkiiiA! Ii.idiiani r. After Trlnco Komi, next brolliir to Ibe traditional "brother of the bun and Moon," had signed the treaty with (Ileal ltntaiu, ho paid a visit to Iord Eiaiin, altired lu a satin rolai, wllh the Imperial dra gon embroldrroil In gold on the skirt, and smaller animal of tba same denomination Helping over (ill breast, shoulders and back. After imbibing Muito llci.lsiik he becetnie chat It and ponfeAsnl thit until the present vlait of t)i English Ihe Chlnoso did not know that In dia wna a province of Great Britain and that bo in t-i tumult with In conutrymeu, had be lli ted tl at England was so small an Island that Imlfof the pot ulatlou were comi'lled to lite in sli . CARIIIHAL Wl-IKMAI A.XIt tiir Popb. At tho same time that Mr, lixirjesy, M.l'., plnlg pd the Cathului of Great Britain to pay a year It tribute of one million Roman dullars to hi Holiness, Cardinal Wlsr.MAie, in a letter to tha Holy Father, expressed hit sorrow that in spits of his utmost excrtiou to exact contribution, bo met w ith poor eut cess. T he Cardinal fur ther states, that while he receives from all pet ion asauraiii'ea thai thry will maintain tha spiritual authority of the hood of Ihe church, jet the utmost ripugnauce bt manifested to pay money to I ev.ia-nde.1 in armament to con tinue the pi litiisl thrsldotn of Italy, Tha Cardinal also expresses Ihe opinion that, In the. resent iiielamhulr position of affairs. It would tomluteto the beat iuterestaof his liolineaa wire be toionte to au understanding w lib Yin TeiR Kmam 1 1. Miscellaneoua Items. 1 1 is ripobtsd that Mr. anil Mrs. Birch sre to come together again, an ! lhat it waa on lhat account lhat further prosecution waa abandoned. Mr, Coekhio ii aald to bav ao iUitired in tlw arrangement, it being satisfac tory tuMrs. Benin. Crura o "MirdkrI" "MiRDinCat tha General Post Ofllc-s, Washington. ooTbtirstUy, attructed the clerki to a negro laliori" 'A rat, hi March of a dinner, had crae lad tn- tbe Ua- Ing of hit coat, , At rAOKR h-ortvii saw apon ,thjjBck Bay, Mass., while ii miles from hotna, what he thought to Iw a flock of vlld ' doeki j ba Immediately drove horn to., hRwsn re turning, h crept forward to tba ve.te(,'ightd. Uls Kanl and tireei lUto-a, Ml .prrtsljrhlcbi lead been set to mark a uoundarj.uue. ., TllR Stow I Se rt:V lwrTje3hain",ir-,tbat deer are easily s;oaebeeI,ltm4l Tafg TramUr have been killed two hauler captured ft young ooa lv iaiVwmay Br V. Db. I'PRII. O-dsea, fTw-Xo-" Un covered, that a superler auality of ,gM can ba made f cotton leid, with WaHoWSif a lit tle reetfl. Mta okwoh and dMlliail'aas- lit an wltblttalriiJoot1. TUeTM.U i !?. by a umple proce. JJ J E33Sss3&SS 'aTOK.'aiSi- x&.$ii&rc