Newspaper of The New York Herald, January 26, 1855, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated January 26, 1855 Page 1
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'' r" E NEW TORE HERALD. ? W 'I * ? ? ' _ . , ? _ , ^ ?- _ ? ? ? * ??? ^ MORNING EDITION? FRIDAY, JANUARY 26, 1855. PRICE TWO CENTS. nmrt-rantD voiioiuui. ?BOOMS SBBMOM* Wamhihi.ton, Jan. 2ii, 18*6. locnvi wmmtam? ikwa* ajtairs? arm tor rcauo ?CILDIKG 8. V meeeage m rtceived from the President, enclosing i communication of the Becretary of the Interior ask : an appropriation In reference to Indian matter*, ferrrt to th* Committee on Finance. mother maiufr vu also received, containing inform on relative to sites for poat office* and coatom house*, the different cittea, which wai ordered to be printed 1 referred to the Committee on Poat Office* and Poat ad*. TBS OBlDrmOif AND HOMKHTK4JI B1LLH. lr. 3kwa*i>, (free noil) of N. Y., presented a petition m the cltiien* of (ieneeee county, Near York, remon at inn against the Graduation biu of last at anion, and favor ot the Hou'i-stead bill. MKMOBIALN. Ir. Onorat. (whig) of Pa., presented the memorial of Tilden, of Philadelphia, offering an atlaa to* Con Ha. lr. Stiiura, (free aoil) of Mass , presented two memo la from the citizen* of Wilmington, Delaware, in favor ihe mediation of th* United State* between European llgecent*; alio two memorial* from the aame placo in or of cheap ocean portage. IJU'ROVKMKVT or THF OHIO RIVFR. lr. Chahk, (freeaoil,) of Ohio, introduced a bill for the iMvroMat of the navigation of the Ohio, and it waa 3e Ui? apecial ordor of the da/ for Monday nest. It ropriates $200,000, and make* the IxmLavilla and tlaad Canal free. OOKV1CT AND PAtPKR KXIURAXT*. r. Coorn, (whig) of Pa., in addressing the Senate upport of his c >nvict and pauper resolution*. said he unieii that Senator* were aware that several State* Europe trannport their paupers and criminals here, i *u unfriendly and unjust. Nations in amity with tave no right to make our land their penal colony, a iLontli ago a single vessel landed at Now York hundred and fifty pauper*, and fifteen convict* ring chain* on their limbs. More recently another ?1 brought quite a number of 8w;**, sent her* at the i-oae of their government. The Siardinian govern it alto recently shipped thirty-four convict* and linals to New York. It is a common prastic* among fpveral States of continental Europe1 to make con ta for the transportation hither of their paupers, sometimes the iumates of their penitentiaries. The its of great panienger lines make arrangement* for removal of the paupers of inland European towns to werp, Bremen, Havre and other seaport*, for trans atioa hither, and in Ireland a similar practice Is ?ued. We have a* much right, an lit is as much ?uty, to protect ourselves against vice and crime a* ust diieuie. If upon a point of national etiquette receive an insult tho whole nation takes lire, war is threatened, but we tamely ucquiesce in this large of almshouses and priaon* ou our shore* fear that we nuiy ios > the votes of <?r foreign popu tn. tie wa* willing the country aliould continue to M asylum of the oppressed of *very lan4; that those euM here should be fed from our abundance as tofore, and be protected by our institution* In their ons an 1 property: but the time had com* when the ? of admission should be forever closed against all led acd legislated pauper*, and all person* convicted uunected of crime, who shall be sent here by their ective governments. The Mayor of New York ha* f(M>d the municipal bodies of that city, a* well as President of th* United States, on the subject, and igh lia* be*n exhibited to alarm the apprehension of y Christian and patriot in tie land. He severely pined the practice in the. large [nitle* of orgsnixing ta ry companies composed of lor*igners. but thought (Ten would do well to abandon the control of such it (?ovetnors of the States in which they were orga d ? otiii Congress might do much to keep the mate out of the country, which contaminates our Moiety fill* our priaou* ana workhouse*. He did i the worthy Immigrant woull object to the measure ?oneo. It would offend only unfeeling despot* and*. be next revlewed'the statistics of pauper and crime, aa dlscloaed by the last census, and sa'd i the facte ^represented should induce Congress to ide the neoestary legislation for the protection of i Hiinnun (|1*III ) *f r* thrn nlTrril an amend t that secret |>ol i tieal association* are repugnant to ibhcaalnstttetiooi, and subversive of the llbertie is yeopil. aharp war of werda than rained between Mr. Cooper hi* colleague, and no little irritation of feeling waa ilfested on the part of the former. r. Wmun, (dew.) of California, offered two reaolu * as an amendment, declaring tree speech and open ussion eabontial to repnblican liberty, and the abro on of rvligioua tests for office were conatitntiona etpressive ot the sentiments of the Amerloan poo lie challenged any Senator to meet him on the*-* ee. ?Mrs. Bayard and Clayton tlien made a few re ka, when the further consideration of Mr. Cooper' lution wa* postponed. iHt army a r mop* i inov rim. then taken up. ?e motion made yesterday to strike ont the item for pi teaa ion of the Capitol, was not agreed to. r. Mhiklds, (dem ) of Ul., submitted two amend te. The first was the appointment of three eomtnis er?, to proceed to the Indian country and make tiea of amity with the friendly tribe*, and guarantee u protection, and report sucli tribes, as as those wbo may continue hostile, to l*r*eident, and *uch military command as he (ball direct. The other after ting the recent Indian difficulties, proposes that .n ted volunteers not exceeding three thousand, and excteUing five hundred friendly Indians, the latter ranger*, scout*, hunter* and guides, be called Into Ice for eighteen months. i . (Jaaa objected to the employment of Indian*, r. i-maum observed that for guides and <coute they * indispensable, and he recommended placing at the oaai of the President this force immediately, to pre : immense hordes of Indian* from destroying the *et lents of the whites next spring. r. B: u., (whig) of Tean., thought that pacific raea s would be more efficacious and economical. He that commissioners could settle the difficulties, and ; the number ol' hostile Indians bad been very much r rated. r. Uojs, Mem. i of Texas, suggested that these com moners should be mea aci|uminted with the Indian racter, and not politician*. r. 6'iiRLue thought the most pacific measorea would he immediate chastisement of the outlaw*. ie < ^ aii man of the Committee on Military Affair* i abaudaned the idea of the employment of Indians, Measr*. Johnsoa, Hunter and other* diacusaed the ointment of commissioners. r. Htnmx, (dem ) of Va., thought an increase of regular* would be preferable to an army of volun *, as the latter would Invite war. r. Gwur, (dem.) of Gal., thought the proper commis ar wonU be toe general in chief of the army, who ild know when to treat. x. Ho jmtom (dem ) of Texas, then obtained the floor, eo his motion to dd *o the .Senate adjourned. Ho? r of B?frM*n(?UrN. Wasm*UTol, Jan. 25, 1865. ? ram rcauc miLDi.KM 15 *rw tork axb rnu MUWt. be Hrtkam laid before the Hoa*? * meaaage from Um aidant of tl>? Catted State*. in reepon-ie to the nLota 1 of Augoat last, relative to the (election of the fite* the accommodation of court* and poat offlcea in lad?lphia an<l New York. lr- Wrrrm, <dem.) of Pa., understood, from the me< ?, the Preaideat doe* aot itwm It advisable to s*er ? the authority conferred oa him. and baa wat to tbe 1 ue the various propoeitioaa, that the House may j ie a eelectioa It is true tbe reaolutioa (ire* him no I hority to make a Baal purrheae, but only the ' Kt to select sitae, requiring him to submit hi* ton to the Houae for their approval. The sub I ia aae af importance to Philadelphia and New York. ? selection* Mat be made flrat with regard .ha Btoeee and then the price to be paid. He aader od than wet* a number of prapoeitiona. aome It, and era Milt, some high aad other* low priced. Ia view bis he moved the ? abject be referred to a aelect 00m tee. Adopted. ?ctnr roe oa. uxi. lr. OitimrjR, (whig) of Pa., made another ineffectual ?apt to call up the resale resolution aalhoriiiag an ?dition to be aeat to tba relief of IV Kane 'toe Houae went into committee on the m mrsr* arouano* mix. <r. rnmjn, (dam.) of Mo., aaid that beiag peraoaally 1 arreted ia the subject, aot br any act of bla own, be ?aid take no part ia the legislation on the matter lr. Oaa, idea.; af P. C., remarked not a gentleman ?he Houae, bat haa baea anpplied with pile* of do--u uta <a faror af tbeee rlaiaaa, while nothing haa been malted ia opposltioa V* them. What were aaaerted aa tba. would oa aiftiaa the documents. tarn oat ant to laota. The ate million a of dollara proponed to be ap printed, would be but an entering wedge to thirty mil ?a more at teaat. He argued fc> ahaiw tuat oar govern ?t abandoned tbeee claim* because under interna tai law they eoald not t e properly enforced against 1 mem. lr. Peiujet, (dem ? of Ala.? Proceeding on the ad ted 'aeta that lioaUlities were committed under tbe ! hawit* af France oa American commerce, tnelsted that iwiiant I* liable fer ?lamagea. He deated, ia re- ( to Mr. Orr, that they hare erer been Igaored Oa con'-ery, ourgoternment hs* nalformlr reaogniae l 1 be!<: toern vsbd , Ha far from ignoring those tlaima, pre** ia .'oly. 111*. by declaring u? freed a ad ezone <1 (? <? the etlpulatlfine between the l'aite<l State < 1 Prenee, made It th* ground n the moat solemn ma 0 , of ti e jnetaeee ?f the claim*. r, M;' r*ne, (<ietn. > of Va ergo#"" in favor of eiclud , from the beweftt of the WV. the aaaignee* of claim . e?1 inuraer;- oaicera. Clajaeaota have been a4roit aed te haOd op intneaee to eeenr* the paaaage of bill, that aaaagoeea tad in-iiranco i.H-iera may obtain ?gar ?ha>e o* the apprep/fct'ow. which ahoetd be oaa I ?? thoae wlie bate r lair 4 for apoKatioas r Harir, (dera 1 of V a., closed the rvvral debate, | r-^net oh.'e'tleca oa*e- agaioat the ) bill. Judge Marshall bad *aid there nevor were iuster claim* on the face oT theesrtn. and where the obligation on tl>* part of th* government to pa.v wa* ?f roofer. The fact that a .imiUr metaure wa a vetoed by Prenldent Polk ought t# strengthen the bill under consideration. Without proceeding further, the oommittee roae, aad the Hoom adjourned. HKW YORK LDOULATUHE. leaatf. Albavt, Jan. 23, IMS. bclis RUi-orriD, rrc Mr. Swim:? reported the bill to Allow Brooklyn to bor row money for school purpose*. Mr. Sinouuu. reported the bill to require corporation to record article* of association. j Mr. Smon introduced a bill to reetraln banks and Individual banker) from acting aa savings bank*. The bill applying the provision* of the General Bank ing law to the Ontario Branch Bank waa passed . Several private hilla were alaoyoeaed. tsecmbly. Aliiam, Jan. 26, 1860. Tim TxansLinc* mix. rrc. A bill appropriating the revenue* of the United States LiteratuA and Depoaite Funds waa paasod. Mr. Dixon introduced the bill to provide against unsafe building* in New York. Tlie bill to prohibit the liquor traffic waa then taken up, the question being on the motion to reconsider the vote restricting the town agent to twenty-five per cent profit on sales. The motion pr? vailed, and the amendment restricting the profit of the a^ent was rejected. Mr. Ruui'Ht moved to strike out the enacting clause. Lost. Mr. Guufom moved that "Supervisors and Juaticea" grant licenses to sell instead of County Judges. Mr. Bai dwik moved to aubstitute "Court of Sessions," instead of County Judges. THt HULL I NO BILL. Mr. Dixox introduced the bill to provide against un safe buildings in the city of New York. The bill is long, containing thirty -seven sections, but some of It* main features are a? follows: ? AM dwelling house* and all other buildings hereafter built south of a line drawn one hundred leet north of Forty-second street, and ex tending from the Kait to the Hudson river, ahall have front, rear and aide wall-, whether auch walla be outside or party walla; and all auch walla shall be of (tone, brick or iron, on foundation* of *tone or brick. Stores more than thirty five feet wide ahall have a partition wall not less than 12 iuches thick, or girders 10 by 12 inchea iquare, running from front to rear. Kvery par tition wall, post and pillar, shall rest on foundatioua of htone or btick. In celler piers columns, &c. built of rubble stone or brick, at intervals ot Uiree feet a atone three inches thick, the site of such pier or column, shall be built in. All temporary support* under any building shall be equal In strength to the permanent supports required by the bill. Outside wall* shall be eight inchea thick, when under thirty-five festhigh; twelve inches thick, when under fifty feet, and sixteen Inch**, when over fifty feet. The mortar uaed shall be of lime and sand, in (iated proportions. No wood work shall be placed within four inches of any flue, and no chimney shall be built upon any floor or beam. All wooden gutters and cornices shall be firmly secured by iron, and no wooden oornice shall bo extended across two or moic building*. Kvery building ahall have ecut tlus covered with copper, zinc, tin, or iron. All window shutters in buildings not used aa dwelling* shall be of iron or copper, and hhall be so constructed that they can be opeued from the outside. No planking and sheath ing of any roof aball extend across the party, aide, or end walle; and all roofs shall be covered with alate, tin, iron, copper, or tine. All beam* in party walls entering from opposite^ sides shall be fully four inches apart, and separated by solid mason work. AU ash houses and a*h holes shall be built of stone oi* brick, without the use of any wood. No build ing shall be in any manner altered after the passago of the bill, lu such a manner that, were it wholly built at that tim?*, would tie In violation of the provisions of the bill. The '>ill impose* penalties for violation of any of it* provisions. AFTBBNOOK 9K8SIOM. Several bills, but only of local interest, were consider ed. The hill for the appraisal of canal damages to the Mountain Ridge contractor, at Lockport, Mr. Wormley opposed, aa leading to enormous claims againa*. the Htate by other contractor*. After a long discussion, the committee rose and reported progress, when the Bouse adjourned. DcatruetlT* Flr? la ?oath Bmklyn. A dettruetlvt conHagratlon occurred la AtUntlo stmt, ?war the South ferrr, yesterday morning, which burned down in it* progres* the Waverly Hotel and four other buildings a'.i brtck, ao<l fourstories in height. The lire men arrived on the ground with their usual pro aptneM, and aet to work, although their operations were tome what retarded at the atart on account of the cold and ?now. Water being plenty, 'hern was no difficulty on that score thj time, and it was owing to the plentiful supply that the tiara.** made no further progress t'isu they did. About S o'clock a dense volume of smoke was seen issuing from the houae of Chrtatian k Borland, No. IS Atlantic street, and on breaking in the door the lire wit found to proceed from th* basement, the flames having already communicated with the upper atorle*. From thence the fire ipread rapidly to the adjoining house*. No*. 11 and la on one aide, and No*. 17 and 19 on the other. No*. 11. _13 sad 15,, with the exception of the rear extension of No. 11. ate entirely destroyed. The other two were greatly damaged. Th? occupant* and owner*, with thair losses, are about as follows ? The Wavrrly House, No. 11, corner of Atlantic an 1 Kurman streets, ?ii occupied mainly by Henry J. ('alio, who saved most of his goods, although In a damaged condition The extension fronting oo Kurman street was occupied by several families. The losses on con tent* will probably reach $2,000. The building was owned by Aneen P'ake, and waa valued at $fl,000. Thomas Cavanagli occupied the lower portion of the adjoining buildlu;, No. ltf, a* a liquor* atorv, the upper Eart, with the Wuverly Hotel, being occupied by Mr*. yle aa a boarding 'house. Cavanagh's loss 1* about fl.tOO? insured for t*C0 in the ft, Nicholas. New York. Mrs. Kyle and htr boarder* loat thn greatest portion of their property. The two n? xt house*. Vos. 15 and 17, were owned by Mr. Haitenbuttel. of New York, having lecently pur chaaed them of Mr. tllake. The former was occupird by C'hriftian ft Berlaad as a reatauranl and lodging bona* The flre orig'natrl her*. Their loss is estimated at $2,000? insured for 91.500. No. 1" wa* occupied by A. McCoy a* a bor.t and shoe ?tor*, and by several latnilir*, who tenanted the upper atories. Mo*t of the stock ana furniture were tared, although In a damaged state. The las* on the bulling* 1* about $12,00 > F. ft Qnislan owned the hou*i next adi.>ining. No. 10. Itwa* oceupl<"1 by Mrs. Alpln a* a thread and needlastcre. T!ie building was damaged to the extent of about $W), tad the loss on the good* amount* to about $200) The buildings were all of brick, and four stvrie* in height. The Toes upon them amounts to about $30 000, and are insured to nearly their full value. Tha loss on content* will probably reach $10,000 mora. During the progT*** of th* fir* two member* of Wash lngton Engine No. 1, named Patrisk Ward and Kobert Hi mo n* proceeded to the fourth story of one of th* bulKlng*, ao>t while endeavoring to stay th* progrenol' the flame*, were buried b*oeath tha falling root, which earn* down upon thewt The fo? man, with members of ins own oompany an t of Engine No. 14 and Hook tod ladder No. 4, aacanded to the top of the bouaa with all posaiole speed, and succeeded in clearing away the encumbranrea under which the two men were buried. They were for tunately not much injured, bring enabled to come dowa Without aid. 1 he v had very little time to (pare, how ever, being compeite-l to leave Iheir cap* behind la ord>-r te taw themaelvea A woman, reildlng in one of the basement*, waa found lying oo the floor .a an inaenaible condition, having been overcon.e by the druse -moke She wa* perceived from without and wa* reacted from her perilou* situation. A difficulty occurred between the Chief Engineer and engine company Vp. 2. According to the statement of tha menaeri they were am ng the first upon the ground, ami therefore entitled to be placed upon tha Are. lining ordered to go u|on ' he doefc and faraiah water to No. 17, they refused, alleging that th*y arrived there pre vtoua ta that company, and rather than do so they a ban dotwd their eogiae. The pol e* of the Eir*t dUtrict then took potsaaa.on aad manned her till th* fire waa eitin gutshed, when sU* was plac*d m charge of th* author! - ties John flaghora and Daniel Brogan running with No. 1$, were arreated on their return from the $i*. on th* charge of Sghting They were brought up during tha day and fia*d $10 each, th* latter to ha imprisoned for ten days betide*. Alexander McCl atoeL, for running with aa eogiae, not bwing a, aad for making use of abusive Ian guage when arreated, wa* fiaed $5. < orossera' InqaMa. D>-aTU nso* r.irow wv m tw* WioiTwra ? Coroner U?m ble held an inquest yerterlay upon the body of an un known woman, who was found daad la th* rear of hou?a No. 441 Greenwich street The unfortunate woman wat fon nd Ijiag ia the snow by one of the occupants of the bouse, wh.i went u, *>HI ?tely for assistsn ??, but It wa* too lata, as the po<. r -o?an wa* f rosea Ut death, all ?l lorta to resnec'tate h? r being unavailing Verdict in ac cord* nee with the s bive fact*. A Cim.ii U nan* 1 1 Ds* r*.? Coroner lisaUe held an n<|aeit apon tha ba-iy of a little child, named Ellen "on It las-, who came to her death by falling on a stove at her mother* ro*ideoe?, Vo HO Christopher ?tr?tt. Tl.e accident happened on the tith inst., sine*- which th* 11 til* soft' re > ha**ied a great agear verdict, ??% ndental death. Iiksiw ?aow twaine Coveaer II item heW an la taw an the hods of xa infant e'fbVra months old. name l Charles Ct>* iam , wSo cani-- Ut h.- ueath /r>.m sevsr* scalds rvoaisest at 'aa ra*i<5??se# of it* mother. Hi4 l*wis s'.'eet cjw?- i by ? i" iptetvm* a* * hetve U hmlag wt^r \ e?ii' rt *i ?e i lagiy . THE WINTER CARNIVAL OF I85& A Dajr'a SiclgJtlng In the Metropoll* ? .glghtt uid leenM In Braadwajr-Tht Plcuarr* a? ? HletRlt-Uldr, Ac. Our city i? now iu the full enjoyment of the wioter > ettslrtl, Mil the itmtii ere jocund with the merry music of thr sl?igh belN. Even while we write, the CTifS and ehtterH of the occupant* of wheellee* carriage* break upoa our ear, an<l New York seems to have lo?t its usual aohriety of <l?meanor in the excitement of the hour. The metropolis in, in fart, out upon a spree, and, judging from present appearance*, it will be two or three 'lay* at least before It reeovnr* from it* effect*. AU age* and *exe* aeem to participate in the pleaiure* of the moment, and forget, for the time being, the care* and trouble* of every day Ufe. Th<me who would nee Uow onr people enjoy themselrM daring the carnival ahuuld visit Broadway, which, a* Jefferaon Brick would ?ay, " whip* the univer**." Here he will find a perfect lUus tration of the democratic character of the country, for here all Magie on a perfect equality. The bon ton of the Fifth avenue sweep along ia their magnificent turn-out*, with their liveried driver*, beeide the democratic atage sleigh*, with their merry laughing crowd*; and even thoee who are forced to go a foot because they cannot afford the expense of the one or get a seat on the other, appear to enjoy the sport s* much a* their occupant*. People may talk as much a* they like about sleigh-riding ia the country, but for our part? and we apeak from experience? we wouldn't compare It with the excitement of a dashing, sweeping tide on one of the avenues. It make* eae'a nerves tin gle and pulse beat quirker to see three or four first clan sleighs sweep along in a wild race in wfaich the very horses appear to be imbued with the same spirit of ri- | valry that actuate* their driver*, while the encouraging cheer* of applauding spectator* ring out upon the clear and frosty air. Uut all who bare a lore of the ludlorou* will be mre to have it gratified by a ride in one of the Broadway stag o sleigh* . For a sixpence he may indulge in a four mile ride la any of the neat, commodious and elegant vehicle*, and see all that U worth iteming in our fashionable thoroughfaro. Getting in at the South ferry he will have a full panoramic ?few of the eight* and scene* on either aide, which would baffle the arte of th? mo?t finished pointer to portray with all their natural effect. The Howling Green, recalling to mind the p'.ounant reminiaoence* of the post? of the good old daye when our phlegmatic but worthy Dutch ancestor* ruled New Amsterdam ? when building lot* might be had for a few dollars, and when *oup kitchens were unknown; the Alitor House, bringing u * back from the past to the present, from the uncivil ized seventeenth century to the reilned, moral, intellec tual, Christianizing nineteenth, with all the wealth of its arts and science*, and all the luxury of it* wealth; the City Hall, reminding ua of what the municipal char ( acter of our city rhcuid be, and what it is? of exorbitant rent*, enormou* taxation, and the hundred and one ills that attend on bad legislation; the churches, witli all the pious memories called up by their fine architectural proportions, their exquisite stained glass window*, re secting the light of heaven upon their worshipper*, ia every color but the natural one; th? handsome pews, with relret cushions, and all the other decora tioo*, so necessary to arouie in the mind a proper appreciation of the truths of religion . All I hi* one can *ee in a sleigh ride up Broadway for the remarkably low charge of aixteace. Rut thi* is not all, for if he can spare time from the contemplation of these sight*, he must be amused at what i* going on Immediately around him. Every one wants to rile in the stage sleigh, and every one who ha* got the means 10 spare, mu*t be accommodated, although the accom modation is frequently of the most meagre description. There 1* a peculiarity about these sleigh*, too, whkeh should be noticed. Although every seat l* occupied, they are never full while there ia a vacant spot inside or outside to stand upon. Mo matter about this, however; f you want a comfortable eeat, go down to 8onth ferry, or the Battery, and yon will be tare to get it up a* far a* the Park at least, for after that It will cease to be com fortable from the pre** of the crowd. And then, be sides, your gallantry will not permit you to see a Isdy standing when you can accommodate; so, after all, your seat i* not such a sure thing as you might imagine at the outset. But, however, with all these drawback*, you oupht to be satisfied? you are in the ilelgb, or on it, and that ia *omething, if you are not foroed to get off for your hat, which some mischievous urchin has knocked oft with a srell directed snowball. You re cover it alter a while, and after another while you re eover you equanimity, and feel jnst in the mood to en joy the same joke practised at the expenie of another. The sleigh stops suddenly in the middle of a ra?9 with another, during which it wa* every moment in danger of a collision, aad a woman, with a child on one arm, two boad boxes on another, and an interesting youageW banging on by her skirts, makas sundry dumb sign* at the driver Borne of the passengers are indignant, but the majority, being generally la a good humor, Me the point of the joke, tnd some geotleman of a self-eac rifle log disposition prepare* to resign his seat The band boxes are banded to the driver, who is sore to let one of tbem fall and put his foot into it immrllately after in his attempt* to pick It up. A passenger offer* to aasist her by taking the baby, but the baby and herself are in separable? tbey muet go in together and they eventually do? then comes the torn of the aforesaid yonagster, who has had in the Interim several narrow escapes from being run ov? r by ths slrigbs or trampled under the feet of the bore* i They are all safely la, having dislodged two or three from their seat* to "make room for the lady,'' incom pliance with a polite request of tee disinterested driver, I and the driver prepare* ?a atart. Bo ia off at laat, but before he has proceeded a couple of Mock* he it again compelled to itop for a fat gentlemaa, who goe* through the same dumb *how before noticed, and who I* even taally stowed away la ths most convenient place, maeh to the pleasure of hi* immediate neighbor*, who are unable to see the fun at whioh the reet are making Kueh grimaces. These Interesting incidents in sleigh riding ?re occasionally varied with a shower of saow balls, which amusement, however, l? sometime* attended with ttie most Mrlous consequences. Laat evening a pa ??en get In one of the Broadway sleighe waa struck with a of hard snow or ice la the face, aad eo severely injured that she faintsd. She received a severe at on the forehead, from which the blood Bowed profusely. In addition to this, we may mention another, which wa* not, howerer, so serious. One of the officials ef the City Ball waa struck on the aoeo with each for* i tuat hi* countenance wa* soon decorated with one of those facial embellishments known ia the technical lan guage of scientific men a* "a peeper. " These, how ever, aro the dark eidee of the picture. But Broadway I* not the only thoroughfare ia which the earalval ia enjoyed. The Bowery, the avenu<-s. end even the bystreets, aro filled with all kinds of sleighs and sledges, and reeouad with? Tlatlaabulatloa that to musically swella From the b*-lls ' bells ' bells ! rtom the rhyming aad the chiming ef the bell*. TVeoe are not nnfrequently blended with the rather 4i? corfla-jt notee of a fish bora, upoa which some aspiring musician endeavor* to play, 'Jordan ia a hard read to | travel,' or the eqaaliy elegant aad red nod air of ? Wait for the wagon." But after all, what crttie would Had j fault With him. The great ph loeopher poet says All discord 'a harmony not under stood. All through the day, the evening, the aight, aad sway iato the mall hours Of the morning, the carnival waa Wept up, and instead of su Bering nay abatement, the m rth snd fun only grew "more fact and furious." The night I was moderate, aad the bright moon, aa it shone down ia what the celebrated author of "the two boreeei'a ? would call "unclouded majesty, " waa reflected in , diminished splendor from the sparkhag ie.? le* aad the giltterteg, da* cling saow. The oaly portion of the community who did aot seem to enjoy the earalval warn the poor deaisoos of tfc-M k> ! ealiMes where the soep houses have bsoa established While It was the ?*tirre of oajo;. moot to other*, it mad* their poverty keener and mote hard to bear. Even la this storm, hr.werer, there to come res son evsa for tbem to be planned? -it mist haee the effort of asoderatiog the severity ef the wlater, to torn* extoat It furniaiiad work also to a large number of Use seers p loved, who wore enabled to ami* n few dollars la shovelllag away the ?n*? from before Urn fears. As. after all, to aasne of the peer the sterm waa nM ee ua welw m* as might at lot be ssppo*?4 All who eoaU t ? 'tin sho-elseatT") the serrWt, and ; %*; he^e I keeper before night failed in having ha portion of the I aide waik cleaned, it wu hi* own fault, and he ahuuld | be male to lufler the penalty. There * era few, m faot, ! who had eauae f ee dieeatiafactton? the atreet contractor* wera in their glory, for Uity bad n? atreet* to clean; the driver*, too, were ia their ataarnt; the great aletgh riding public enjoyed itself to it* heart'* ceateot; all who had their health wen merry or ooght to ba no, and , fcr thaw who ware net, under eucU favorable cireaoe atanci-*, we have no coaapMiion. The car? oa aX the city railroad* are rvoning, a large ? um'.itraf bandit being employed in. keeping the traafc oiear. The frraina of the New Yorh and New Ueven Rail- ! toad Company Wft from the atatton on the corner of , avenue Fourth and Twenty a. xth atreet at the u<ual bo ore. THE CASE Of SENQR AAflANGOIZ ANO THE MEXICAN GOVERNMENT ?aula Anna and the Gadadrn Trraty-JIotlim to Set Aaldr Ordtraf Arreat af HrnorArran- i Hot*? Intereatlng Cerraponienre, KUPntlOK COWKT? RFfcCIAI. TERM. Before Hoa. Judge Hoffman. J ax. 23. ? n* Republic qf Mexico vt. fYancitaode Ar ranffoi'.-.? Thl* caae. which wan reported la yaatorday'a ' Hkrai.d, ?m a motion to vacate order for the arrant of the defendant. The hearing wae not raaumad, but wax ' adjourned to Mcnday in conaoqaenoe 01 t'..? "ngngement of the Judge at General Term. From the aOdavit road the previoua day by Mr. J. Anthon, Mr. Arrangoia'a counael, it appear* that Mr. Arraogou received the lettera of Santa Anna, Mr. B?- I nilla, and the Secretary of the Mexican Treaaury on the 26th of July, and on the ',26th hn left New Gtieaca for j Nt? York. Mr. Arrangoli contend* that he aoted aa a I private individual, having left the Consulate in charge i of Mr. Propeaa. and liaviug been appoint*! Miniater : Plenipotentiary to the United State*, but not to take charge ol the legation, unleaa Mr. AJmonte would give cauae for it, till Kr. Almonte of hi* own will would leave. Mr. Arrangoi* aaya that he wa* neither Oonaul | nor Miniater, but a private Individual, and hi* Inatruc tionawtre to receive the funda aa aurb private indi vidual. Indeed, it would hare been Impoaalble for ftinta , Anna to tell hi* draft* if drawn on a public officer lie aidea, Mr. Bouilla in bla official tetter tella Arrangoi/. | that until be take* charge of the legation he ia to act in | conformity with the InitTuctiona about the money. The fallowing correapondenr* in the matter will be ' read with much mtereat ? |A.J Oipartmrit or Korhciji Attain, I National J'alac* ot Hiiii o, July l?, MM. ] Mont Excellent Mr? Hi* terene HlghnMa, the Certeral Preniilent, harlng directed that your excellency l?- ap Elnteil *ucce**or to Oen. Almonte in the miaxlon which now flU? near tlw> gorernrnent of the I'nite.l Stat'*, that gentleman hiring applied for and received laare of abrence In order to ronton hia health, ax I iinre oppor tunely communicated to your excellency but Hi* Herene H'ghneaa baa determined now that naid aucceaaioa b" with tho character of knroy Kxtraordinary an t Minuter Plenipotentiary, and to that affect I m-nd ynu encloaad full power* and crodentlal*. together with the preaent Instruction* which bii Henna Highneai hat iliroctod to be furalahed to your excellency. When the proper time cornea you will act according to tbe general inatructlona, and the confidential onea gircn to (?eneial Almonte, from whom you will demand tbaro taking into 'confident Ion, bower* r, both tbe change- md the eircuraetaneee which hare occurred aince aaid in Mruction* were Uaued. You will act llkewiae in tbe > .me manner a* regard* tbe Initrin tioui that bare bean ?cut lurceaairely by thia department to the I.?gatto* for each particular ca*e, and until your OToelleaev takes poa *e**W>n of aaid legation, yon will act in coniiuiuity with the following dlrec tlona: ? !!y the encloaed ropy of a paragraph taken from the confidential note beating No. ?7. and the date oi the 4th Inataat, addreaard by General Almonte to thla depart meat, your excellency will perceive that he *tatod to tlie go^erLinentof the United Stale*, contrary to exartneui, that he waa authorized by thla gurernment to receire the .cron mlllu n? of dollar* of the Indemnity, br which statement he obtained from tbe United State* Treaaury 1'rpartment, for the payment of the aaid auin to him, the K roper ordfr on thet-ub Trta>urer of New York, whither e proceeded la order to withdraw and depoait 'hem elaewbere. Mr AtaWBU jeted, aa he kiottU aa aorta without an/ 'J^T^'aS1 fMt ?J and I Buat Hia Herene Highne-a flatter* himaelf that Mr. Almonte will hare been actuated by an exeoeeir. tat mlataWen "a I for the aorrioo of hia country; but a* there may arlae from auch act very fatal coaeeqaanoeo to thla rot arnn.ent, bia i-erene Uighntaa haa directed that at the rery moment you aliall receire the preaent letter, you will immediately abandon ereri thing elae, and tearing the Conaulate In charge of Mr. ftoptaa. and without loe ing a a ingle moment, proceed peraonallr to Wow York in order to receive the entire aeren million*, t bia being the amount of thn Drat inatainient of the indemnity atipulated in the treaty re.enUy negotiated with the government of the l/nited Mate*, for which pur|?j*e ! ?neloeo to ycur excellency the neceaaary order for Mr. Almonte to dolirer them forthwith to yon . On receipt of the fund*, your excellency will try if it be poaaible to place *uch *um anew on ilepoait in the t'Dite.i Statea Treaaury from whence it ?m drawn, and there remain till further order, endeavoring elan to aave the expeaaea of conuni*-iona, depoait, and other cliarge i inasmuch aa Uonoral Almonte ought not to ha?* drawn out the moneya, and much lea*, It efTectod. at any aacrl flee whatever. Hhould the I'nited Htate* government be unoiilmg to eonaent to the return of aaid mm aa a rigor oua ?, it ia loft to your prudence to place It in dif ferent liouaea of atanding and undoubted aolrenry but alao aa a, and, if poaaible, without incurring any expeneea for commiaaiooa or otherwise. and without dla poaing of any aum, howaoerer amall It may be, without preriona ordera from tklaTroaenry lieportuieot. Hia ferene Highneee cannot bat believe, aa it ha* been elated above, that an exeooa of real ia what Induced Mr Almonte to draw tbe aaid funda from the public treaaury of tbe United Htate* but If, unlnckily. hie purpoae ahouid hare been that of .peculating or any other j whatsoever aave that preeerlbrd by duty, and If from any motive he abould rotaaa to dallver instantly to rour excellency the aaid aum of aoven million* of dollar*, 1 you alwaya, with prudence, bat alwaye with (be energy, 1 activity and real to which your excellency la obliged, by the high honor and confidence that the goecrnment be atowa upon rou for the aervioo of your coun'ry? yoa will take all auitebie meaaurea, and forthwith preaent personally tbe Utter of recall of Mr. Almonte that ia encloecd. and the credential' at rour excellency Thua, with tbe advantage* of the public character conferred on you, and of which, in the bypotbaaia alluded to, Mr. Almonte would be deprlrod, you may proceed, wtthoat loalag a moment, and by all leaalble rneana, to aeeure the property of the nation. If, oo the contrary, aad a* thla gorernrnent fully hipes, Mr. Almonte do make Inatentaneoua del i rery to you of aaid fanda, your excellency will not alio* the contenta of thla note to tranepire, nor the loeiinenta aacloeod, nor will yoa make uao of the laat mentioned uatil Mr. Almonte may chooae, of hia own free aad apon Uneoue wilL to depart to anjoy the loam of aboen< e granted to him, anu tha* aeparate himaelf from the Lag* tlon bocauee it la not the intent on of thia gorwrnmeot to giro him any eaaao of offence, ahouid there be no ground for It. Hia H arena Highneea. from the Implicit conflden e which la repoaed in the prohitjr honor and /eal of your excellency, traate to yoa an affair of *o much delicacy and Importance, ia the expectation that rou will eorr-a' pond to It by tbe faithfni and exact performance that t requiree. I reiterate to yea aaaaranee* of my parMcalar regard HO.SII.I.A P H ?The rery la toe t ? Hia rorene Hlghnoat, with more accnrato knowledge aad inforaaatlon, reeetred from poraowa era or** at with auch aPalra, montiona to your eiceUency that, it b?mg ImpoeeiMe to rotnrn to tho treaaury of the I a. ted IHatea the aeren milhou. received, and It be ng bettor to .Wpo ait them m New York city bnnka of undoubted aolvency, it aeeme to Mia Hoaone Higbn-aa that thia latter c?ur*e will be tbe beat that year excellency can adopt, beca .re bonk 'lepoeita are fr< e from eapeeee and aecondly be oauae when made with Nmitiar'ial boueee they are at tended with Imminent riak. On tut* account tbe funda muat be remortd from them, if, unfortanatoiy, Mr Almonte abould have made their depoait with any of th*m and it will alao be evpodient that laid deple te appear m the name at yonr eicellency. and net fa the name of thia forevnnaeot HMVIIJ.t H. K. d'laat oo Anaaauotv. he , he , he. [1 1 (?rat* nw.emtsrT, lfa??), Itth Jaly, IV,t. Mr Kaa>rmro ot AMi?mn Mr Katermed Prtond? The annexed tnatrac* oaa w.ll iaform you of all I -a a mention on the rery important affair to which they refer llo-?rer uv! though my ti?. ia rery abort, I meat *4d, eoafldenUatly, a few wwrda, to any, aalt will be noticed br youraelf, (hat the ?top taken br Alaaonte wtth regard to the lnto?'uty could not have heea more tmpr?^> art nm more laoger ou* oo acoaet of the riak to which he haa ve lb??ef ada On the ether ha^ to have dated to '.ake apon h.rrneif *o enormoua a raefmaiMI ? ? cannot 'a I '>< gtriag rtae to vory unfarerahla do*?Ma! Khoul.1 -her ptorc to be <ae* munded. you will net a* yoa oagbt hut If thde ahouid not he the fmt w(tj oSeerre n tieme rireu ?. apaottoa not to hwrt h>* feehoga an that I may neror he aaid that tha* h> a** r*?4"*~' hare t?en in reauMe*? thea turning hhn from a 'riend i??o aa enemy of the gorerMaant To rcamaaend to yoa the gren<>et tor*, aa I r*ltan ap"tio? t the objret of tnla lever in I 1 r*mnla yfarw k* , MAM M tW Iirfetffl I A of the great#* t Infi ?taa? to aa a IHno yxiw will tnke tho aaaxt .pee' eSeUaer it he br -a or by land the latter. Sewreer heiagtha ? Me, awt you woi ttnrei dnj aa4 nig'.t vitf: . k, Tvaartr rnrunurf Mat c?, Jttf la, 14 e^h *e -he '.eoer? : ?e?^t-n? ' m a?- > f \ ??4 U) fluf Uu ?en linn- % ' yon proceed Immediately to New York ajiii there receive the KTtD million* of dollar* now la (he hanOl of Mr. AJ moete That you endeavor, if p?e?lble, to place eatd [ Mini anew io the Treaaurr of the United htatea, there to , remain at the dlipoaal of the aupreinr government of thii republic That In the event of thin not being fee alkie, yo u tec ore tbe amount to the uatoo in the moat poaltive and economical manner by diatributing It aairi.g different private fir ma that ma j afford uaijuoe tlaaable roeponafbillty. 1 communicate tbe foregoing to vou that you may act ia conformity therewith. Ciod and liberty. P1.AAAGAWK fr T Kaaxriaco m An*A.*G?/, ratuml-tieoeral of the Repahlic lo the United State#-- New Orleans. I'oatacrlpt in a letter ef Gen. Aauta An mi, of loth luly, 186 1, at the very latent hour ? It liai juat been re*?Wed in a Cabtaet meeting that you akall eet eut Immediately for New York to taae charge of tbe governmaat feuda, iaaemueh ae ?>en. Al monte ban depo*ited tbvn in that city, ecooidLag to tha inatructioa* and ofleiai urdei ? eummuiucated to you tia ?'er thia date by the Minlater of foreign Allaire, and 1 doubt nut tbat you, wheae eiporteaoo In eenamesrcial af fair* ia ao exteuaiee, will aet in aucii a inaoner that the got m oment may to aaved, aa far ae poailUe, from et prnaea ami other aceeeaorv char gee. A* it la eery likely, from the foreaight that charactorixe* our friead General Almonte, that in dopoaiting the fuada in nny New York banki, be will have dona eo ia Uia own name, tw avoid all rhlcauery againat tbe Mexican government, it will be adrUable that on your eaeceedlng te General Almonte In thia charge, you akeald take the aauw prncaution?tUat ie to *ay, that the fund* lumain drpcaiU'i uader your own uarar. [*1 FROM Tint srCHITABV CI Ilia THKAAUHt I'll MH. *aaA?n;<>i/. Mn??, ll'th July, 1M4. An t in :u< ia iu*.i ..keiy that tha a even million* re. j calved by U. K (ieneral Almonte cannot l>e returned to ! tbe Treaaury department af the United Htatea, aad it not : being expedient that they abould be eutruated to private 1 houaea, you will depoeit tliem in New York city bank* of known nolveocy. To prevent auppoaed creditor* from cauoing extortion by their exaggerated prvteaaiona, you are autheriied to depoeit the fuuda in rour own name. By H. H. II . direction* I communiaate thia to you that you may act in conformity therewith, (loo ami liberty1 OlAriAiiAKRK 8cnnr d'FlANCMCo PI Akkam;<ii.:, Couiul-General of thia itrpublic in the United titatee. {?' J Nkw Yoax. Iter H, 1H.?4. Moat Excellent Slf ? Heing appriaed by your official communication of November 1H, which 1 received ye* tiriay that II. H. II., tlie General ]*reeident. haa not bo?n |>l?a*ed to approve of the charge of one per cent conimUaioi on the receipt, depoalt, acceptance and pay mt-nl of the fund* which the anpreme government orde'i e*J me to receive ia tbia eity, I have the honor to *tate to tour excellency, that there being in my mind no dou lit of the legality of thia charge, or of the right or official authority which I bad, to make the depoalt a prl vate one, nut of which the charre ha* grown. Vour e?. cell?ncy will permit roe to atateliriefly the ground* of it, for the coaaliteratlon of H. H. H. Iheaupreme government directed me to net out in atantly on my jonraey from New Of lean* to thia eity, to perform thia apeelal comraitaion, and for thia purpoae, j directed me to dlveat myaelf of the character of my office by making a tranefer of it, in order to charge my *e 1 1 With a commlaaion of a peraooal character. Thia ia I ally cktabliahed, both by official rorreopond?uce and the acta of the supreme government, in drawing upon me a* a I I rivate individual, drafta aad other ordera of paymmt. . The aupreme govarninent waa unwilling that the fund* which it placed at my dlipoaal ahould appear to be veeted in any officer of the government, but, on thecoa trery, >u a private individual, ia opter, by thia meain. to guanl againat any unfounded attacka of mppoeed ere | ?litora, and on thi* account, it placed them under the aafe^uard ?f a private pereon, In whoea honor tnd in tegrity it bad full confluence. I'roceeding, aa I did, under thia arrangement, I reeele ed the land*, calling Is thou- alto which were out at in tereat, anrt depoelted Uiem in my own name, having a discretionary power in tbat particular, and the niptem* government, cunflding in my prudence, (auctioned arid approved of all my acta. the kupreme government drew it* drafta and ordere lor payment on the funda in the baud* of ita "Special Agent, Kranciaco de Arrangolx," a cireumvtance winch i facilitated the negotiation ol the paper. Iiv ln:re*. ,o< tbe aecur.ty of tbe paper by the certainty that it would he lienor**! if accepted by me, the ance(itanc* of an officer iu hi* official capacity carrvlng with it ?? ?ach aecurtty, no reaponaibihly of a natura attaching to cieli offirrra, whoee duty It ia to "bey even a counter or ter, which, in my caae. a* a private agent, la wi telv differ ent. becauae. even although 1 ntav have had no funda of my own to meet the ieepoa*ibility contracted under my eignatuie, -till, by my being in tbe po**e*aiin of the fund* br their deponit, my a'ceptmcea, my moral r%- 1 *|onoib>lity. my ataadln^ and jfo?wi name were all pl'?l^- { eu fct llitlr redemption, nerving a* a coarantee, ' kl.lixl tie government to negotiate ancU On ill 1 three recount* I beve ? ri|ht {g Bi^t % cfurge which r?or ttcellency cafiaAt '"Sa *cw, I being ??mpowercl, a< bare remarked, lo aet *nd proceed a* a privat<- indl ?idsel. In rbart. aa an a/ent appointed to fulfil a *pe<-UI ! coa>ui >*'oa for whlrh I), ad p<-r*onilly to account atnet I ly ind to be re*nnn*il>le Ti e eirvlvM Ihave r?n!ered were apeciat. extraordi eary, entirely foreign to tke root alato, confldential aad 1 iovolvla/ high peraoual reapoaalMlity. How, then, can ' I be denied tbe rlgbt tbe Itw aw?(t>? U> all hgoat* aad I (M/mblaaloarra* It necr.iary. wh'ch II ie not I m ght | even ineiat that crmaale, travelling out <tf their proper . office*, and taking charge of funda merely oa de no-It have the right, by law, to charge comaueaioaa wfto-** tliccate* of death, intaatacy, Ac. to addition to all tlieae teaaona. and other*, which will . be obvlou* to you, ami not to treapa** too mneb npoa your eici llency a time, I will take the hberty Ui at?Ve, In cr?n< luaton, tbat In confirmation of the ja>ticoof my demand I am aupported h> the opinion* of well inform ed M' t ita na, f?r?lvnera, merchant* ami gorerament offi | cere, who, one and all. aar.ction tbe atrict iogality of a i ommi<?.' n in tbia ca*e, area of two |ier caat, the oae half of which only I have now claimed If, however, II S H. *till really b?Uevee ia theeiiat ence of any reaponaiblUty on my part to refund, I aature your excellency I ahall not ahnna from the inve?tiga tion but, on tbe contrary, will atalltiav* maintain the legality of the cnmmiauoa* I havw charged, on lite i grouada of well eatabliahei naage aad aeaaowledged right. wlii( h,in my Uambie opiaioa. are uO'iueeUouable Ma f f><d Almighty preeerve your excellency mtuy j rear y. Ofi ARRA.N?.oI/ Hi ? I.ia 1 1 ai'T thi r-riaaiiRY or m>. Tar aai a i I ' ln|>|Mwi( iUvtlatlmir) KiprHilloa la ( alia. i ?ijti.o irtTM MirrHtcT ATroiinr'a or net. ARPnrn- nir ?rr? <trn >a t <*a> in ??tt? t <uaiu.i ,r miMt ?tn? a 01 r ??>? a rium?traii<< tar'otrutr r Aotuwt ? ru, J a.* -6 ? Inlormatioti fai a f?* lay* ??<> br tba Diatrlcl Alton*? that tf.a tteaiaar XaMMhtMth, Ijiaf la tba poit of N?w Vor'a, bad baoa f laar*d at tba Cu.tom J Ion a* ooaatwU* (or .'law Orlaaaarl* Mot.lU. aa4 that hrr manifaat of rargo *?< oa ita faca?f a paella nil or*. That tba Maaaachaaatta, tbaugb lu claara-1 lar N?w Ortaaaa, la ib faat latandad to aaM dir??-tl/ 'or anta* port in tba lalaad of Co ha, with* tha l<?n.Bioa* of bar Uaj'-at; tka yi?ra of Rpala, witb whoaa lb* L'aiU?l Stat** ara at paaaa aad aaaitjr aad that ban- cargo .a to ba <liwbarga<l at aonta port la tba lalaad of I >iba Tba iaformatloa fart liar atataa that althoogh tbara la m thlag atiapirioua ?a tha faca of tb- n*oi(??t of tba atagmar, that aatrarthalaaa aba bai oa board a *r<o of common ainabat* aa<l ot bar ui-aiwooa of war, wbi<b do not appaar oa tha aanlfait , that tha atoamar baa b?*u flttod ?at a ml a ttn*4 within tba HauU of tba I'attad Mata? b/ aaaaa paraoa* aabaawa. ?ith lha lataat 'o 'mpUij bar la tba aarrixa of tha in haL.tau'a of Caba to noinaUt ha*tlUU?a agaiuat tba p"? pat'./ lit tbaQaaanaf -paia, imlftf; to tl.? third a?a tltgaf tb* act of Coagraaa pa*a*d April 30, Itlt Ik- biatrfct Attoraaj aad bia adrocato, Mr. Joarfciaaa ?>a. tb?rafora obtala<*d tba aaaal procaaa agaiac tba mal b?r taekla, atoraa, anna aad aaaaalt ot, a|fa ? htrb tba Marabal laputlaaj lUaira Pa Aag*l<* aad Hortoa, who fauod tba Maa^acbuwtta l,t.*g la tba with >t-aa up aad raad j to ?*U. THa i?(aH a'iat?|i. ovartoob bar, brought bar lr> I aM pi# *4 bar la tba '.'*p n? < f twaira bho It atao appoar* that tba Maaaaabuaatt* had *h-pp?l galtoa* -A Crot'/a rain aura t baa aba uMiaiftl/ a a* 1 *bat aba bad aataral l?at* wag-.aa a?ta of bar aaaa, aaJ about M aad-lla* .la had ahippod taa *?la a ? af a**rt. aha bad aaawOMitai/ daaartod bar oa aaaar la n at tba aatara of bar <a *r? ?? ? <ata?4ad Tnj H' (apt ft;a>l*r? fMpatr Ha.-?-por, aaat a* ward tha Kaooacbaaatu pra* >aa to bat l?*>a* bar to k, ba* lha batrhaa ; a M ag faavaa* 1 4"* a, ba ba 1 ao lalbw-t; to brvah thaai ofaa Mara tha arraat of thaataaaa^. pariiaa lataiaatod Uara raU i at th? ofltoa af tha lAatr at Attonaa? aa>4 prapaaad to bar. aari to aacnra hat agaiaat av >llagal ta/na aa raii U todlxbarga aa- b pari of har nary- aa paaal *1 araaiaat lha aiaaaaa, ao aaaar, rtaaiaa .a tha ) i^ai n tC f. Marakal H..l<a* aad ha* ataia, iaM Ibadtaria ?ft uat bar la ia?aaiigatod aad d.api aad af V; lb* aallwrltiaa. Wa wadTat aad that thara M aaatha- ataaaaar a (U part af Xa* Yofh MM *?t aad lahatat tor ? aia?<U? p rp"-a fba l* pavfetpa arraabad ap tb a ua>?, f tap lalrlltfnir*. Iiwi ??? rwr I ?? ?????? ua ra< il <at#? Km bain ? Tba i t of ' '.atbaa> o-j H -, "a- id- ? i og. r a *? 90 f la traab tai, aa-laa f.ortb af If Vb> - a^tar *aa at a*at th**o toart dawpaaar Um> uadb ?'-? r* lb* t?a-a >aa < 1 A t?<rnaa ha- - baar. aat'. to aara aaid 'rait Ml v*.l aat a-c*aad?1 f*' a?--?g', to rtap K a t ana H Ra aar IS* -a**ir?ar, ??'? ^ to IfUtarba* | ? < prat ara U4p. a-? aftot U- a hoar* i?"t ?a*% ag th* Nil *?a ta*-*4 ' ; < >*V?*? -? ??a #?a ? ?*? ?ay ' i* . .PH" ! ARRIVAL OP THE PACIFIC ONE WEEK LATER PRAM Ef IOPE THE SIE6? OF SEBA5TOPOL Buuia again Invaded the PrtMipaLiUM OFFICIAL DEWATCIIKS FROM LUIfi IAGLM. fioinoM or vbmi. Sardinia Jointd the M' attorn AUiuct. BmOBEB C1IAMK 1.1 THE BRITISH CMlfflf. CONSOLS UP I l-l PER CCMT. Frobtblr L*i* of the .lew York Klip targv Catoiof, with 116 Paucagm aad ii of tk? Crow. m mm m puis cobrwpoubkjwi T II K MAUKET8, Tha Halted Stataa mall ataamablp I'ariftr, arrtvad f raw I.irarpool at nln? o'clock yaatarilay aaornlog Mb* la fx IJcrpool on .-'atunlay tba 13th laalant, with A'i p**aaa pn. The I'aclttc utiltil itir U to tlx 13th (rut. sb* hauled ott from -anly Hoot at 5 IV M. < oWiluili;, tb? Sfth Inst., la a thick anow atoaii. Th? I'., oa har pa* ?aga hence, ?nir??t at ( Jverpool on tho 1Mb In?t., at 7 P. M Kim li*d bM'; ?int?rljr weatlier nearly tlie antlra Mat arn par vi In runnta* np the M pm#; to b'r munrlafi In that part of the rlt?r called the Sloyna? tha nlfht ba in( i>t< ???dintfly dart. ami tbfc-k? the Parlfl<- ran iota th? brig Corinthian. Capt. KeMp, outward Sound far Calcutta, with a cargo *oi<l to ha valued at 1X1,000 atarling, and at tho time lying at ifkhor with her head up at ma The 1'arnlr itrnrk her full la lb* ateru, and uiak bar immediately No Htm wero loat, the twal** Ma wfca rninpoaed thr Coruitbian'a craw hail>| got un board tbi nt'tuier Captain Kemp wan on ahora Tha Pa< l?e bM b*an ibaent only twanty aeren d?y?' lb- ?hlp City ot Montreal, ft?m Portland, Ma , arnvad at Lto'ipool on honday, the 7th. hhe bad an paper* <aa Ixai I otherwlae ?b? would liara brought ?l? dayi I alar American Intelligence. Tim New York liner (irorgie Canning la tuppoaad t* have b?en l"*t aomewhera na<p tb* l>taifl of lla'lgaiand, oa the ?bora of ahirti iiland papera aad baggaf- of ?eiijjcr* have hern ca?t leaving littl? doubt of the ca lamlty. Thero l? no authentic account of tba crow aad pnaaenaera -1' ft?w and I at paaa?ager*. A lettar. la dead say* that i ll loat. Tlia cargo waa la* iM in Hamburg lor 2V> 'KM mark* han'o and for tlOO.OM at Saw Vork. Tba Kaatorii u?. tloa ba* en'erad Into an anktraiy mo pli*-a frlnca Wi.rt ?cliaaifl ban aanouarad to tba tn trtaa g<<T*rnreant that tba C:ar atcrplt ?.,( only '.k? ft wr yxnii'1 oj jjearail", bat ?l ?? tkr intrrpstiallira y\<*n to them fry (*<? Thrf furri, X?i-j(aa<f, /Va arr a?, i 4n''l< lint, a> tin .irial't a l( agraad to, koitili hn %.\V ri*ttnu4 4vring 'kl ftvgr" <>f 1 It .a l?ViliKrur# baa mu"b ataroi^o-l the pabli* ma< tbn ugljo'it Kuropo. lit Iniinc Juta wfTa? -l waa to rata* Uaa quotation of Cutuolt n?arly two par rrn' itut uubtaarw aprlBKirj up faat. Why ha* tba Crax a capUd toraaa wbkh U? liaa a-v-ral I nia< d?clar*<i lgti'>aiia>uua ?a< hum'UaliPK '? th? JacUratlua wiuof fiom htai* aad, if ao, i? tlia war tben aaar It* clooa ' Or i? ba at all at a rrrr in bl? impliad daaira (at pra?w ? It It at>t a 4>apa itt* attampt to dttacli Aaatria fiooi ihaaU aaao' Or, ?aally. la >t an attlfic* to gam tlma, to mava thoaa oa tiaor lloif/ utaa'ti w( trvnfa bat < oilo?to^ jt? tfca CHnaa aaj tlma Arlvt lb<- aliiaa iata tba <h > >ai,t,D.a baa joload tba Wratora alaaaaa Tba < of l'rii?>a aad tba Oanaaalr Mataa it attll a-,?i? Aaaaaa?J ato tba quotatwa af aoaaata by tba l*acM? corpared wltli tboaa brought by tbaf'aaada ? Uaa. IV-Cor i'ari*? ....Ml* a ?!?? .'an ?Prr < ana-ia 3#S a I* It- U Hon It Co laoad a rwport tba' tba inaikat paw aaata no now ftat?ra of ,apor'.aac*. l^ioU'.aai va calM ? UltalMHK'. I. I* ^? (l"f^| M a ?? 1).. It a. do 10, l{ a I0*t{ Do f t, Inar lock 1 1MT mi; 1?4 a 1? PaaB*yl?*a'? H'? ... 7*! a 7*a l? ?'a, b?a!a (U71? *0 a II Maaaaabna ta ('? H?r!lag troada. i I ?'H 101 a I'M H larollna fr'*, bon la (I'arlug a) I W41 Wi/ I*.. a it Maryland 5'a ftarllag Sooia W a M Virjrinia ?'?, d? da (IW) I* a t I>o. ?'a, bowl*, i I W4? a M Xaotueky ?'?, do i l*M> M a *f Wool real *?, (l??T-lMt) ... *1 a Naw orlaaa* ?'* l??1- (l*?4l.. 7* a aa I >o ft'a, boada. (H74). 7* ? ? III. On'ral ?'.,(1?|7' ) ><o a ot Hen fVn KP ?t a. V/ad*, (ItM; . i tt S t h Bria 7 >. I*t?rtg . Itaa IM?, 1)M ? 1M Pa ' ? 'iA dn too Ilt?, .. at a %? I Hi 7 ?, >1 do 7* a Tt K Int 7'?, lat ml; 'lioab??llr?b/ |IM) ?? a 7* Twr?? Maita aa?' AIV>a 7'a, lat rntg nt*"- ) ta a ? Tba Hubacrlpt in* to tba oatwraal ''?* at farla aad la tha dwpartaaauta aaio-jated am tha 1t*b laataat ta Ka.tavaa Rro'lia-* l/iilut, Sara ftl'ed la tJia wa trada, with liabilataaa tV),0? aa; aa?ata 7?. p C. Abbott, Nott nfbait t f o , ?bawl awrabaata, laakaa. hare al'o falla l, with Ufa llaMilUa* bat ? fawra*4? cnaditlon at (aaata (hii l?*4?o < < Ju iS, 1*?* I ?** -?w?4 fc^r. (/. .yrfotut' fwr Pmt> -m Ik* H+,u * Uto /W< /'?,(,'< ? TV-la*. >* ,V <aa f?<|> ( //oUtfiri to fWmi" l/v'.Hjtk' ,*p?tk if I* hi, .% ?- *.J<a?ia/n<M rto /'m'i< ? ? .TA? />?'?? '*? /'ap? /'??Wtoa? V A*Xr>s?Qr?*l ltm> (U Fr]->r '<l tw <A? ' '(??? - Ik# l*?IM fMiKri, A Prvpkata III It diMWit. TV* rayafl ?WUW< U Bf lilt thai tl)? '.Mil l< P?<? Mi iu ^ U? | ?V 1??1 far It* iwill h*4 |iiwl |r???l to?Mk M ? ittal d>i' tU* w?i af that graal ????! ?k? aattoaaly npr-W W# taara, k??i'it, fraaa ? iatogia?kt? ?*?? ; ^itrk ff'M 1ba irctof*' Ilul to Ik* , M Jliu') Ml>i l| aa? ka4 toaaa ?> ' T at lk? M<llll ?iil aa*? UU flMt, Wtl<( '<w ? ? to Waa a tot a* toaaa 'alio* a Itoa i to 1*1 IU?? -i # ?? Utoy a#a 4f la?. Ina ?;natn/ ?4 i faaaf f 'li?i j t?T? .la I* tka Eafltok 'Map to i faa/ ful la- ?aaal Kmi fl*/ awl, (aa| g ra .a4, u4 a fjoat pi rta M^tMiMaUa l? iaMn*a* , kail . ?tor', atua u4 ka/t caaa, ail %aka< to latow ttoa e*a>) a ft'a>ai ok #?t TW t raaik aaaay kaa ?*( axf f?r? : I .a Mil llw > raaak aal<??r aaa fd ap rlk law-t tkaa tka ?a?Uak aaUtor tka; art, am aaaa, as a wall ?r??? a?l >;aU* , a aartaia aaator of aaa af aaik nf'aatl aia toM a# aa ktoara, Ithkan, k Tka. kara arac la4 ?m* maa, aa4 kaka Uaatr >?>? 4? 1/ t '.?? kara Mia aa ?? MM m4 to Umi Mat, a?4, ouaayar*1! a.ak tka ???Uak ira; IK#y ara >a a ?our.ak.r* tnm< t.aa. fabii- at ???.an lai kaaa aaa Uaaa *A ftwm (to aa laal tfcaatra of an to tka 4i^toaaali? MIMVmm. r * I4MW aWk at' taar atatttol ky a tatafrapk* VapaVk 'raaa V Waaa. 4ata4 Jaa *, a*4 ? t4ck *M yak Ua W la a a.-aa ! a<t.t^a a I tka r.aaaa a/ Uto aaa* ?af, ?T T- '? ikal rr aa? WtotkakaC ka4 ttoa faaf J* ata, if | -araatwa. aa4 Ikal paaoa aa*?ttoua?a a- -> i M 'aaaaKiM Iwlkdlk Tka faarta raaa taa par "?t krrr aa?i ? yayarttoaato rtoa leUawH at rataa aa4 '? a4k*- lto*f?^. *kal ta ?aat "**? *it-j to Oat tka m aa<rto>l. *a?aa Itoar^aattaf ato I n\ RaaiaooM kaaa aaat to tkMr r?awv*? Mala fit artfH."taVi*(?a?l. Tka >a>l?raa,<i ara to ka if 9ii ta f? r?W|, al V a aaa Maaaa K^ttok iNMk, A ,?>> aa K?a?aa? ?? I Tafktob ptoto.'MtoaWartaa haa ?to aaw * ?k?a to ka i*inmlH tk#-r? atoa, aa4 *)?k tka*. r**? *f3, M ia ,a*a Ika t/aatf to tka M Itoraaa kar. "aai a Kltolaaaa jiaraak af Ikaa ??? iia? yto to* triaf^^k * toftvWa aae- aa^ag tha4 At kaa a^'a'ij >oi*a4 Fkapk atu -a* at i m |

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