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Harrisbnrg in tbe japot lo which the eyes of poli tician! of a!l purt'ea, aud espeoially those of the Know Noihings, are at this ineuent directed. The Legislature of FtEns.< lvaiia ty-d-;y resumes ita bal totiLgs tor a United Stains S -netor for s:x yearn, ia placc of Jamei Cooper, whose torm exjires oa the 4tb prox. The las'. balloting w?a taken on the 13th ten., wfcen H jd. Simoa Cameron receives fifty nine oat of one huadred and thirty votes cast, failing mtffD voes jfaort of an election. A poatpanemeit | u&til tc-dav waa then carried, ptevioua to which a ?elect committed wai appointed to investigate cer tain charges of cirrup'.ion alkged against the can didate?. C#m:ron waM eu-iported by tbe Know Nothings almost un^Biraonely.bnt there was agouti j yet active clique petit upon his <".?fea'., aud during the interval bitw?* n t.Ne baliot'Dga ita members have op erated Dccfftft'dgly to ga;D f.hci ? point. Ameetlag o the an<i-Came(0J7f>tim wis held at Pittsbarg en the 23n iLtt., at which a platform watt adapted detigned to be nati c?l iu ita character. It ia composed of f*ee soil, free trad-* ia eve yh'iig bat foreign pau pers, a twenty one ytars term ef naturalization, and a re .son&blo awou.tof river *nd u&rbor in pr<jvf mi uta. Ruoh a p->-ely mechanical <:oiitrivat>oe as th's llr.Caireron c ? Lit only ea-iily stand upon hot completely strudd e if seceesMy, aid as tbe cfa'fles of cirrupti*u aud bribery will u.*o bahly erd in em> ise, t e chin '?s ar? daodedly n 'av< r of his ei-c.iin. H > waver, in order that oar reaatrs n.ay form their own opinion as to the pro babilities in this ex it'iig Senatorial contest, we have published to-d i ? several interesting letter* fro n our crrespindeota ia Pennsylvania oa the s abject, to which attention is directed. An interesting b ete o cmred iu the United < States bfeoate y sterdaj. The svord whic'i Gen Jaskton wo-e through aii his campaignSj and w'aijh while on his dsatn brd he presented to his friend and eon paticn in 9rms, the Uto G?u. Atmstrosg, was preaeit'd to Ong!e>s. Oen. Caas, iu preient teg the weapon, delivered an eloqoeat en'. >gy upou the f ublic cervices asd private virtues of the gillaut Hero rf New Or>e%ns. Mr. B-ill followed in a si mi lar strain, ?Ld at the eonc!u? m of his remarks of. teied a joint r? roln ion accep'ing the sword, and tttaak og tbe family of the l?'e Oan. Arm rroog for the gt't. It p?f-<ed unai imouily. The H >ute b 11 pvev uing for ref rms in the pi nontu' of the navy wm* takes np. An amend nent placing Hiirgeonn on tbe tame footing with ofiQ -urs was ad tuied aud '.he bill pasted, the Houie amen dm ntabaing cjncirrod in. Ine Post OfH;e Appropriation bill wa pisind. In the Ucuse me bill pran~<:ng r;g..t of way to all pla> kroads and m roa-'s mm in/ tbrongh publi tends in the Territories waa passed. TceSenite bills grvnting land* to si ' in the uonstruction of nUroada in Michigan and Florida were prompUy teid on tbe table by very decisive icajoriti"*. Tne joint rtiolntion from the Senate, accepting the bat tie sword of (>"neral Jacksor, and returning the ttkattks of Cocgrei-H to tbe family of the la'e Cm. Armstrong, wan adopted unaoimoasly. Messrs. Rmitb aiid Z<>lli:cff r, of T^nness?e, and Mr. Udn ton, (eulogised Uen. Ja.ksn, and Mr. Walbridge neoved that one hundred thousand cipie* ct Mn Rpercbts deliver din bith houses be printed, which was agreed to- The Navy Appropriation bill waa taken np. Mr. l'eckham moved to strike out the qnaiter of a million dollar* to contiiiue the exptr.mtnts with rtteveaa' floating battery, and in the crane of bis remarks alluded sa.iiicaUy to tho Greytown exploit. Ltmd evils to order from some of the administration members induced Mr. Peck bnm to abandon his design of demolishing, a<ter the manner ot Capt. Hollinp, the apologbts of that out rage. The Indian Apptopriation bill waa bri fly 4isouwed and laid aaide. An attempt waa made to bold an evanteg aesatsn, but at the hour of mee'log ?nly twenty or rikaity tuezbers were preneot, unJ alter some unimportant taotiuoa and remarks the Hoene adjonined. Our Albany cornapoudont ratnUbes sone im portent infoi r-iatlon relative to th? prooll>!tory liquor bill now before the cknate. it K>smi tiia tbe provialons of the measure a-e undergoing a eritical scrutiny before tbe special c< mmitUe, aod Ibat already such evK.encd of its uti -onstiiutlotiali'.y baa been discovered an to lend r important modlli catkns of some of its ieUUa mperat vely neoe^aary These mod ficat ona, howav r, do not aflfcet tho principle of proo'iiltion, bu . have reference to t!ie powers cf the coat Tho procfiediigi ia iha L* giaUtnre yiaterday were unimp or. ant th* homcetend of tne iate Daniel Webitcr, a. FraiikMn, N. II., romprioing tl.ht Lunittd ncrea, waa boagnt at auction yesterday, lor ti. t en tnoa. sand dollars. fly way of New Orleans we btve news from the ?Hy ef Mexico to tee 17fct' lisunt. Tae revjla ion a* (be South was gaining ground, and the govern ment troops were d? aertlng by companiaa aid rag! men to. A foil report of the pro; edinga yesterday bt:ore flomml?sh-nir Morton In tho ctw.of the Unitsd | |pal?0 %nu<at DwUtvlv?o i being ibf aJ jj- ' edt-iTC tracing atfcir, and tovolviag also ai ia j oiiint question of consular privileges, is gives in &j:ctb r pait tf today's piper. The Boa, d of Alder innn last cveniug concurred wi*b the C; unoi-;men in appropriating the sum of 'even th^s&rl dollars for the relief of tin poor, t) be oivii?e<t pro ? ata amorg the wards, acording to tie tnatV^r 0f iutig*n' tnat have been relieved. Mnjfor Wood baa aJdrcs <ad a .fitter to U n. John Wirier, upon lve lnefHclenfy of tx sting lawj to pi' vcct the impotta'Jon of foreign paupr;rs and crinica's, aDdcaH-'ng upon Coogreis to leg siats in* mrd lately to pre vert a practice froa *Mch "our institutioss rtcetve th- ir greitasi ?hoc't, our moral it} tte t' veres: tail ts, atd oirloc.I tiiXutioa i'.a largest addition."' The letter alluded t? may be fcurd tlsevhce. The market for cott:ny?iterd?yws9 steady, wiih falee of aboet 1,000 bales. Mi Idling ^ .1 lower grad?.s were unhanged, while tne appe; grades cootlnajd firm. Flour advanced about 12^0. psr barrel, with more domg both for export and hrma use. Wheat waa Domical, and held above the vievs cf buyers Corn was rather firmer for jel'.ow ead white, -vhich ranged from 96 \ a 98c. Whiskey was a,j+in lo ver with salts of prison birrt'e at 30c., delivered. Sn g? and ooffee were tokrably active, at full prices. The PrrlMtnUil Question?Beginning to Shake up the Dice. ttur telegraphic advice* of thiB morning show that at various points ol the compass the game for the Presidency baa fairly commenced. The movement at Washington, in behalf of Daniel S. Dickinson, appears to be the re sult of a deliberate and well digested calcula tion of the signs of the times. Leading South ern democrats are at the bead of it, and their programme is simple and consistent. It is Dickinson first, or, secondly, some other North ern man with satisfactory Southern principles. The North may have the spoils, so that the South get the principles? a very shrewd idea of a practical compromise. In this movement it is proposed that a democratic convention in Virginia shall take the initiative in July, and that., preparatory to this, a good stiff and stir ring manifesto, early in March, is to be issued to the democracy of tbe South. The object of this early stirring of the waters is to prevent tbe absorption of the Southern democracy by the Know Nothings, and to check the supposed democratic encroachments of this new party in behalf of Gen. Houston in the North. It is somewhat remarkable that in this ar rangement, the administration, and all tho Cabi net old logies and filibusters, appear to be en tirely overlooked ? that the administration, in fact, is to be suffered to go by default, and to die without galvanizing, like that of Captain Tyler. In this aspect of the case, it is manifest that some very sensible men are at the head of this Dickinson movement. The idea, too, of opening the campaign in Virgiaia in bis behalf, is not bad. Dickinson was tbe first choicc of Virginia in 1852 ; bus Marcy dis agreeing, he was necessarily dropped, for fear uf another Buffalo ticket in New York like that of 1848. Wonder if the Premier will concur this time? It would be well to find out, though we presume his course, yea or nay, will make precious little difference concerning the vote of the Empire State. In opposition to this Southern Dickinson pro gramme, it will be seen that the new American element, which is predominant in the Legisla tures of New Jersey and Pennsylvania, has form ally decided in favor ol George La v its the most available candidate for the Know Nothings, and that they have written to him upon the subject accordingly. His answer, in cach c?e, is diily t xpected. We think it likely that he will agree to stand bis hand. In vi- w of a speculation in volving seventy live millions of dollars a yc \rt and a possible market for all the mu?kets, flint ock and percussion, and all the artillery and steamships in the country, he can hardly de cline. The lamented Col. Johnson, the slayer of Tecumseh or some other Indian, used to say that the Presidency was a post too responsible to be sought for, but too inviting to Le refused, when thrust upon a patriotic man by a confiding and intelligent people. We guess that this is the opinion of George Law to a hair. We may expect, therefore, a favorable response to his friends at Ilarrixburg and Tr< nton ; and that our successful contractor will immediately proceed, like General Taylor, I to the study of the "early fathers of the repub ' lie," and the official drift of the Cuba question. Mr. Law has a lormidable rival, however, in the field, in the person of Gen. Sam Houston, who is on the walk in the North, as if in the midst of an actual campaign. The oo licy of Gen. H- ust, n, in his lectures on r.be Indians, tbe slavery question, and oth'.r phi lanthropic and constitutional subjects, appears to be an appeal from convcn-ious, caucuses and wire-workers dircc'ly to the people thorn-elves. I How it will work remains to be seen; but that | he is getting up a considerable outside pressure ! in his favor in these latitudes cannot bedoabted. In another view His plun is exactly the oppo 1 site of that of the democratic reconstruction ? movement at Washington. The leaders in that : moTi ment propose a Northern man upon a ? Southern platform; and Gen. Houston, iu his I own behalf. pr0|i0?es a Southern man with the Northern conservative principles of the Know ( Nothings as lur as ncce^ary for their supp >rt. I Thus the game commences. The admiuis ra | tion is ignored; and the existence ol a whig 1 party has ceased to be rec gnized. Tire Iwue lies between tbe projected reoryinization of | the democratic party u;?on a Southern bads I with a Northern candidate, and the ne v Awrl ' can porty with its novel, comprehensive, ex citing and popular principles of relorm Tne Sewnrd anti-slavery alliance nre holding off like guerillas in the back ground, watering ?heir chunce to cut in for the spoils. Tue?e ; complicate us ei.d counter checks arising fro n the debris of tbe late old p irty revuWoos are v<<y Interesting; but thpy will Vks still more | curious and Important a? the game progress's. What has become of the Tammany H ill pmjft f L? t us henr from the coil hole. Tin: Gamhlixo D**f - Fighiino Stir.? S i?* uf our cottmpoiatics are m iking a cons dercblt) bom ot th': fac t, that S< rgea t LeH'erM, ot th ? reserve ccrps, and his squad, agisted by Capt. Walling, of the Wghtiftitb ward ^o'ice, a id a j jrcMon of his rren, on Salurdav night, tn ?de a doemt upon n gnmliling bou* <? k-pt l>y Wil liom O'Dotncll, at No. 332 Tliitd avi nui, and arretted uiictem persons, *ho. at t'ie time, w' ie mpa^ed in gambling I; r mouey, and that tbe ptincipols were bouini n?er to an-w r. Now it seems to us that this w >s rather a small pot-tto proceuMng in vi< w of the suppressio i of gamoling. We presume lb v. tbe M ?yor a d the authorities arc by no mcai ? ign >r mt of the (act that tbe principal gambling houses of tlii* metropolis are cn Broadway, anl that th y ar-> ?be fruitful sources of much of the swindling arm many of tbe forgeries and bankruptcies la V\ all Jrett ani cUcaterr, ol U>v'caua?s of which there is generally so much mjtteTJ and I astonishment. Why make a dash, Mr. Wood ' into a twopenny concern in the Third avenue! when the more guilty yov^ters, of perhaps the Fifth avenue, may be reached in the splcn <Dd saloons of Broadway? Why fight shy of the nuisance? Why not strike it at headquar ters. good Mr. Wood? D.n't be alarmed (.* ;Vo them u lilt in Broftdwciy, Tue Bloody Fracas in Br^adway-Ohr New Yokk Savaoes.-Wc have frequently j >een called npon to commisserite the bloody I terrorism undtr which innocent and respectable settlers arc held in bondage by the frontier aDd Ind,an aav?Kes of Texis, New Mexi co and California. We may btiU v mpathii5e with the suflenng communities of those regions on account of these soenes of bloody despotism, but we may spare our reproaches for the pre sent The horrid Broadway fracas among our short boys and pugilists of Saturday night or rather Sunday morning last, would be account ed n satisfactory celebration of the opening Sabbath among the bloodiest convicts of the California gold mines. We have the duplicates of those convicts and the whiskey ami blood drinking Apaches among the hideous noctar n.l savages of New York, trained and dis ciplined here in all the arts of vagabondism, debauchery and murder. In this last melee the unfortunate Bill Poole was evidently the chosen victim of a factious conspiracy of jealous rivals in the same busi cess. Apprised of hia danger, he exhibited an ex traordinary degree of forbearance against the in suits designed to provoke him to an attack. But they knew their man, and the opportunity was not to be lost of a superior weight of metal against him; and, although unresisting and pleading for a parley, they resolved to slaugh ter him upon the spot. His immediate escape is wonderful ? it were blasphemy to call it miraculous. The firjng on all sides was dis graceful in a critical point of view ; and the general deficiency in this respect, was, in this particular affair, rather a matter of regret than of congratulation. It must be rememb"red however, that the combatants were somewhat green in the use of the revolver, having but lately advanctd to this weapon from their ordL nary implements of fisticuffs, Blnng shot, and bowie knives. The battle, too, appear to have been an extemporaneous one, gotten up in such a hurry us to allow no time for the requisite training in a pistol gallery to good marksman ship in a confused barroom fight. These expla nations we think due to the parties engaged, lest from their deplorable waste of ammuni tion they may lose caste among the more ex perieLced pibtol assassins of San Francisco. We have yet a more important explanation to muke-for it is in behalf of temperance ?w and order, and the safety of the commu nity. Whence come these bloody gangs of rival utsaseins ? how are they supported ? and why do they continue to flourish among us? Wo may trace their origin to the principles of whiskey and ruffianism, introduced years ago into the electioneering machinery of the two old political parties, and kept up, more or less, to the present day. Gangs of theso hired cb have for years past been employed and subsisted by whigs and democrats, to ma nage, by brute force, our primary and our reg ular elections. Supplied with money, and filled wiih whiskey, and with a contingent reward to push them on, these pugilittj and short boys have ruled the roast in our political contests wherever the end was held to justify the m -ans I bus have they been used. The formidable gang shipped to Syracuse, September a year ago, to coerce the democratic hard shells In convention to the policy of John Cochrane nrd the administration, received on that occv sion a decided check. In our recent elections, the quiet and orderly discipline of the Know Nothings threw the pugilists entirely in the back ground, and helpers and inoffensive citi zens exercised the right ef suffrage in po-itive security. Ibis was the work of the mysterious Know Nothings in behalf of temperance, good murals, law and order. It is evident, however, that the ruffians of the two oidpir ies are still continued under pay, for they have no other visible means of support, except their penitentiary amusements; and thus it devolves upou the Know Nothings to make their work complete in the total overthrow of the secret machinery of Broadway House and Tammaiy Hall. We presume ti at the authorities will pursue thu parties in tie disgusting affair of Sunday morn ing to a proper atonement; but for a permanent abatement of these nuisances we look to the Know Nothings. The Red Rkpcblicans in New York ? Great and Useless Excitement.? The celebration by the red republicans of this city of the2tth February, the anniversary of the French re volution of 1848, was a most imflammable ga thering ot revolutionary combustibles Among the red societies present were La Montagae, Ceicle Sui?.-e, free d?niocrats, prac ical detn> crats, Cuban and Polish societies, Freye Gjt mund and AU>eiter Bund ? a fraternal inter niingling of Jacobins, toci .lists, philoiophtrsttnd filibusters; French, Germanic, Italian, Swiss, Spanif-h and Cuban exiles, w it b a seasoning of high pressure Americans and English. We have published their proceedings and f-peechcs. They adhere to the great idea of a a universal republic, upon the French Jac i^in tripod ol " Libtrti, EqnnUtC and Fra rnite.'' Their pla^ of operations to this end, however, was very indistinctly dellned. Their hpeakers were eiCcediDgly eloquent and in' ignant aguinst the recoil of the European despots to power Horn I he general revulsion of 1818, and etpeiiRi'y against Louis Napoleon; but wi'h regard to the future, these highly excited exiles piveusvery little light. Like Ko^utb. Mvz r.lol, an<l Victir Hugo in London, oar New Yotk continental refugee*, appear to be waiters upon Providence, vainly hoping ngunit 1 >pe j hke Aiicawber, that ' something may 'urn up ' | From t*e >p< ech of Senor Tolon, the ;jcn ral plan of this universal red republican aud ili buMering coalition seems to bt: that (he '?kll ; fb 1) l)c npentd as in 1848, at Paris, mid t it, ifMiii?? thence from their bloody banquet, 'he mountaineers sl ull take the lead in the ri'vola- j tionary match owr the continent "with the , 'oieh in one hand and the olive branch in the < tb? r." Then the tables of the new law nr ^ to j I c proclaimed; but instead of the twelve tables j ot 'be obi law of MofC?, they will be I mited to ttree. to wit: ? 'AH men are equal ? all in 'n arc free? all nen are brethren."' The identxil platf' rm of our ultra- abolitionists, done up in Jacobin French. According to another speaker, Col. Forbes, j in the new revolution no quarter is to be fciten 1 ?-De half- wsj ctmpromists with cvnservali'a are to be made ? "they will have everything or nothing." Such are the materials, and Buch is the general programme of this red republican alliance. It is an organization of visionaries and monomaniacs of the exact calibre of the women's rights and spiritual manifestation societies of the day ? nothing more. Luey Store is as much of an enthusiast in her peculiar line an Scnor Tolon or Coljnel Forbes, and quite as practical. Mr. In B. Da vis, of the "practical democrats," is sanguiuo that thiB red alliance of the European refu gees, in connection " with the liberal A-aeri ennp, will, at the next election, pat iheso Kaow Nothings out of existence," but Judge Ed monds is equally sanguine that his spiritual discoveries point out the true path to the mil ler iuin. The cxporiecce of 1818-49 has established the total incompetency of such visionaries ?9 Komith, Ltdru Itollin, Mazzini ani Company, in government affairs of any practioal kind. In 1848-49 tfcepe pie of France, Germany and Italy overthrew their Kings, and invited these republican theorists to take their places. Tiny signally failed? their promises and theories proved a bitter mockery, and the expectations of the people % costly delusion. They, the peo ple, risked every thing in risking a revolution? tbey achieved it ; but in the bands of their vi sionary leaders they lost all. Facts and expe rience assure us that these universal republi cans are sanguinary dreamers ; that, when put to the test, their philanthropy is bloodshed, their fraternity mutual slaughter, and their ul timatum general anarchy and spoliation. Here, however, where their vagaries may be permit ted their frill expression, they incontinently confess too much. A league with the aboli tionists, women's rights socMfefc and the spir itual rappers is now their only chance against Louis Napoleon, the Pope, and the Know No things.? the last chance. THE LATEST NEWS. BY MAGNETIC AND PRINTING TELEGRAPHS. PRESIDENTIAL NEWS. Dickinson Movement at Washington? Very Curious and interesting. Wahiiivgton, Feb. 24, 1855. Several of the more proiplnent demo static Southern Senators and member* of the House hare decided upon ? plan of operation, essentially sectional in Its purposes, for holding a political convention in July, and have se lected Virginia as the State to hold it in. An a dress, already written, to the South, w 11 be issued in the eirly part of March. It Is determined upon that no South erner ahaU he presented for the office of President or Vice President, and that the convention will insist upon Ilaniel S. Dickinson, of New York, for the first of these offices; and in the bestowal of their suffrages far the V.ce Presidency th?y stand ready to support the noaatnee of the Baltimore Convention, providing that be ia not a Southern man, and is known to be a friend of the South aid a supporter of Nebraska. The convention, however, will lead In the question of President, and its selection, if uot concurred in at Hal tin ore, will be the formation of a Northern and Southern party, which canrot but prove fatal to the demorraoy throughout the country. My informant assures me " tliat the South were determined in this move to test the sincerity of the North on the question of slavery, and in doing this the should take a Northern mau for her ehampkra and standard bearer " A joircal of this city has 1>?en selected as the organ for sail con vention, and its columns are ?<> be onricbcd fro n tine* to time by voluntary contribut one from the pens of the most eminent Southern s'-atemon and j rt preventatives. The Southern democratic press will, as a matter of course, sustain the proceedings of the convention as soon as they shall be mode known. It is intMded that this convention shall be represented ' by the first men of the South, and that its deliberations shall oe marked by a spirit of moderation and justice. The day for boldiog it wUl be declied upou oefore the adjournment of Congress. This step has been hastened and thought necessary by the rapidly grorin g in.ll tence upon the masses in favor of General Houston for the Presidency . in part arising Irosa bis Know Nothing prin ciples, which are everywhere sweeping the South. The nomination of Ihckln'on at this early \lay, it is anticipated, will have tho effect to change the cuiredt of ihe popular feeling in his lavor, and secur* for bins toe united support of the South. The particulars here sent you have been carefuUy kept frcm the public thus long l>y the initiated few, who hive not permitted them, by correspondence or otherwise, to pass the limits of this City. Dut for an accident these Important p>liti.:al movements might have remained a secret until the ap pearance of the Southern address, in March followiug. The proffered offer of mediation has besu tender*! the United States by Great Britain in the settlement of Ameiican difficulties with Spain. As this offer cam* by the Baltic, it has probably the sanction of the new cabi net. The document passed through the British Embassy here, and was yesterday presented to th) Secretary of State. A well-timed movement, following so linne distely to the heels of General Cass' speceh. Pennsylvania for George Law. LEGISLATIVE I.KTTHH TO GEOROE LAW? OSEAT BX CITKMUNT. H a nuir.BCRfl , Ta , Feh. '21, 16! 5. Hie Speaker of the Jloa-e of H-preseutaMves inula large Dumber of members of the tw} houses of this ? I fj;is)atur? tavo adorrsr<jd a letter t'? ? . <_? o r vr ?? law, of .New York, counuing h!m upon national affairs, and asking li'in to tiJf! ths field as the rliarop cu of the ?ew American party. This letter was written - medaya since. Tbia niovem< nt baa created quite a a-o^iMao in this qnarter, aDd much anxiety at.d apecuU ion are afloat in anticipation of Mr. Law's reply. George I<nw aliead In Jersey. UTTSft from tiik ipsemiilymen to 9B0MI law - COMMODORE STOCKTON SriERC*Tl!n Treyiom, N. J., Feb. 24, ims. A letter from r. c<n*!derable number of the memberai.f our I egiilature lias been addressed to George 1 aw, of New Yoik, urging up' n him the acceptance of tbft l'reail ncy aithe Know Nothing candidate. This has been done over the bead of Commodore Stockton, wbo ban all along heretofore carried aU the "Jarseya" in bis breeches pockrt (ienrge Law, however, in conciliated a at LI wtaliLier man, and democracy m this Stat* being gauged by I'ollan ard cen'a, the gallant Ccmmoloro must iriva ? ay <0 tte Great Contractor. It in (apposed th. v. Law will accept on high pr?->ure filibustering principle*. Another Cold Snap. W.*?ni?OTON, Feb. 20, I ?>.'?. Tie >y?j ia cold aod wtL.ly. Thermometer 24i'egr9e* abose ??ro. OawcnO, Feb. 26, 185 i A violent etnrm haa prevailed here sine* Saturday Light, and Ihe aeatber la T?ry cold. ?CIMU), Kab. 2*, 18.'.5. The weather yeaterday and to day uas been very colj hire, the thermometer ringing from zero to tenU'gr-ea abo>? il up to men No n.aiU from New York ni>e been receive.! s.nce yatim'ay even ng. vuur tra.as over due liave I em (topped by the drifts of a*iow ir:ar Ba la \ ia. MlLwai'Rlx, Fab. J#, J8SJ. I art night was the coldeat of the a?a*-n. At?'inr?? 11. ia n.' in 1 g the llierninmsttr ato>xl al treaty degrees below . ero. Ciiicaoo, F?b. JO, I8V>. Tbia ia tl*e coldest day yet thla ?ea*on. Iletwetn 61a and ?ix o'clock tins mirnlcg the thermnir.e'.er range! from lllieea to twenty degrsea be'ow *ero. WnotLnia, (Va.,) Feb. ?fl, is*>5. 1|f weather la inten-'ly cold. Tiia river is full of I'Ok'iny a. Na%lgati 00 la entirely eurpvnl >1 U< at 1 native Klrc at Toronto Toro.xto, Fa 9. id, I8&5. Abo.'t h?l' past one o'clock thia morning a fire lro>a out in the C?v. Mr. Boaf'a churcb, corner of Auei.i, }e and Iky ?UeeIs. The lira eogio?s of different Coop 4 nies were ?otin in the epot buto<v ng to the in'.eqre eold 1 and l(ek of wa'et, the ?difl- a, with ai* dwaliin/s w?? 1 torn iitn?!. Ihe W?a has not tweu a? ?itaib*d tnltal of llie Florida at Rivannal), (Villi, left 44, IHiJ. the e!e.i?B?t.lp F.ori'i? fcasafT'ved b'T" ?f t a pa-ewge if fH'j fro'i ytw Vor* The Enropcan Malls. Boston, Feb. 29, 1855. Tbe stes msb'p Alia will esil from her iloch at ninu o'.Jock on Wednesday morning fur Halifax &ud Liwr POOL iie r ma In will clone at 8 A. M. Later from Mexico. prog: ess of tub revolution? tbe boundary COMMISSION. Ni.w Ouiaji, FeV 26, 1855. By the arrival of tfce steamer Orazaba we have dates from Vera Ctu? to the 22d, and City of Mexl;o to the 17tb. Tne revolution at ftie South was gaining ground. Many of tbe government, troops had gone over. General IMiezia nan besieged at Cliilpaucingo by 2,C0t retx'l*, and reduced almost to starvation. The Mexican Boundary Commissioners have fixed upon 30 Org. 47 min. as the initial points. From Washington. Tn? REOB-NT POLITICAL DEBATK IN THE BENATB? OKN. QUITMAN IN TOWN, ETC. Washinoto.v, Feb. 21, 1855. In allusion to the dispute in tho Senate? which took p'see between Mr. Douglas on the one side, and Messrs Wfti.o and Feisenden on tbe oth?r, last Friduy, about tbe result of tbe Illinois election ? the now free soil Senator, the Hon. Lyman Trumbull, has telegraphed as follows: ? Alton, 111., Feb. 24, 1865. I was absent myself election day. The anti-Nebraska demo-rate in this district supported VIoom for Treasurer. Know Notlnuvihjn bad nothing to do with ray election. LYMAN TKUMBOLL. General Qiitman arrived here this morning from New Orleans. Tbe Navy Department has advices that the steam fri gate Susquehanna arrived at Valparaiso on January 1, having made the run from Acapuloo In nineteen days. Tbe Clobr asserts that Messrs. Selden, Withers k Co, arc compounding with some of their creditors, by paying eighty-three cents on the dollar. UNITBD STATES SUPREME COURT. Washington, Feb. 2*5, 1865. John H. White, of New York, lion. M. 8. Lathe m and G. Miller were admitted aB attorneys and couaseUors of our court to.day. No. 78 ? William Judson, ap'l'nt, vs. Wm. H. Corco ran. ? Tbe cause was argued by Mr. t'oxe, for the appel lant, and continued by Messrs. Carlisle and Brad'.ee for the appellee. Tbe Senatorial Vacation In the Pennsylvania Legislature. Harkisbi'ho, Feb. 26, 1855. In the House this afternoon the majority of the com mittee to investigate the charges of bribery in relation to tbs ^Senatorial elect. on, made a pirtialjre port, after being called upon to do so by the resolution of the House. The report stated that tweaty-flve witnesses had been examined; that four or Ave could not be found, and that many yet. remain ,to be examined; that tbe testimony la imperfect and unsatisfactory, and in its present shape should not be puoliahed. It id also stated that no testi mony thus far had been devo'opsd calculated to fix on either candidate for Senator before tbe joint convention any attempt to obtaki the nomination and election ?y corrupt or improper influences. Mr. Jordan, the chair man of the committee, and Mr. Browne, refused to sign tbe report, because they placed a different estimate on the evidence adduced. Doing* of the New Jersey Legislature. Trenton, Feb. 26, 1855. 1be South Jersey Air Line Rati read bill was ordered '.o a tbird reading in the House to-day. Tbe pecial bank charters will come up for considera tion in the House to-morrow or next day. Tbe-temperance men bavo ordered a State convention for the 7th of March, to take measures in regard to tbe defeat of tbe proh-bitory law. They declare themselves opposed to tbe minority's bill, which simply proposes to take tbe question next November, whether tbe people are in favor of such a law as the House passed and the Hecate defeated. Mayoralty Nominations. Utica, Feb. 26, IS' J<>Kn E. Hinman (soft) wa? this evening renotnm ->d for Mayor of tbis city. Portland, (Me.,) Feb. 26, 1855. At a meeting of tbe citizens of Portland, this evening, Charles Came wai nominated for Mayor. From Boston. SALK OF DANIEL WEBHTKtt'S HOMESTEAD IN NEW HAMTSHIKB? RESOLUTIONS ON 8LAVKBY, ETC. Boston, Feb. 26, 1?65. Tbe farm or eight hundred acres, with th# bulldiog. i hereon, kn9?n as Daniel Webster's homestead, *.u Franklin, N. H. , was fold at auction on Thursday for $lt,000. and Rufus L. Tiy, of this city, was the por ch acer. In tbe Houte of Representatives of this State to day, Le Commiltee on Federal Relations were directsd to ia qulrc into the vxpndiiacy of reporting resolutions de nouncing the Fugitive Slave law. Tbe resolution in rw Ktion to tta* repeal of tbs Misiouri Cjin promise was taVen from tbe orders of the day, and, under a suspen sion of tbe rules, passed to b* en|roissd. Tbe fonr o'olock afternoon train from Lawrence, when near I/OTeU raa into a carriage containing four Irish men returning from a funeral. The carriage was de MoUsbed, and tbs foar occupants instantly killed. Theil names ?r? sot known. From Cincinnati. TI E WEATHER? NAVIGATION ? MARKETS, ETC. Cincinnati, Feb. 25, 1455. The weather bas been very cold here to day. The th'rmemetcr stands at six degrees aYivo lero, bein^ four degr<??"S elder than at any other time this season >> arigaUon ia suspended, tbe river being full of heavy pieces of ice, and it will probably freeze over to-nigbt. Tbe mark'te are quiet. kKx;hange on New York is I a 1,'j p'-r cent premium. Tiie (olvln Will Cam Ucrldnl. Bai.tiuork, Feb. 29, ISft.'i. T).r Colt in *11 case, which his been bdfore the Utl tmore Circuit Court for the last four weeks, cloned to-day, urn! a verdict *an^ ven sustainitic the will or 1K8, alleged to liHve Men made whilst the testator w is ic nne. (Mate i&volved is value 1 at half a tuition of tiollarr. Market*. Nkw Oui Ki.vf. Feb. 24? Noon. The colti n market U firm. The mles thus far amount tu 7, WO bales. lbe receipts at'tlie Southern porta less t juc hut jea, at this time amount to 211,000 balet. Nrw Orliaxd. Feb. 24? Kvenin/. The cotton market Is unchanged in every respect. The Rales of to day are 8,000 bale*. The sales of tho we-k foot up 20.000 bales. The sto:*: on hand it 168,' 00 bales. Jhe reee'pt- at ihia port le?s than laat year, up to this ' i are ic, ijOO bales. Fair su^ar is 3s.c. a 37,o per lb. Jlio coflee? The isles of the week have been 12,000 bag*. The n lock on Land ia 45,000 bags, Prim* ia !>\'c a 10-. per lb. ' 1 te tihtf-Cotlon to Liverpool, %d. a 13 .121. tfterllng ex . t.au;e we quote at 8 a 8% per cunt premium. PHILADELPHIA STOCK BOARD. I'muiiiKi.PiUA, Feb 26. Merej i* alum'ant. Stocks are firm at the Wlowing rates ? Reading. 37%; Morris Canal, 15'*: I.ong Litau I Railroad, 17>4 I'ennaylvan a Railroad, 46%; Peens/lv* L.a Slate &'?, h8. lbe w?atber is intensely cold. Pi mono I Intelligence. ARRItrAT.il. ? ? tin Irvii.tr llnise? Re*. .1 J. I'ipe and lady. Halt intra. V<J. . I'rti A. Warner, Anih?r?t CtU'X ; Dr. Ilamnwnd. HsriM or*, P* . I'anicl II. llowsrl. I'.urllnnton, VI., J. B. Iloe, W.?enas>B, J. Wrirtt, Kan trmeiseo; M. I tab Sat,!, Kuiaw, Al?.; E. II. Owsb, llsrtford, Conn ; Col. K. It M ill, kt I'tul, M.n , t.eo. W Alvord. 1'iinrtoa, Ky ; A. Ml ad dca, /ai.in .M? . ?>Me; K. 'lamer, W ashington, I?. C. ; Davis l sr.cn, l'l.tl?;> Iphia. At thi; I'm ' tt lloure? J. II. Orne and lady, Phl!sdot plus, Wn . >1. sMnuer, M*|Nni: u. Hatch, Dan*'*; Jno. <J. rlimptor. Sen Vi.rk; f'apl. Ilooj, Main ; II II. I'lsrke, J K 1 1, ii all . A W l ite, Jr., Jndg* Dniifls?s, all from B uton; J II. <ledii.su Vm York; II b I'Vrsoa, Cincinnati, O.j i:. II Wilsen Madison, Ind ; lt-,n. K. Hewitt, Louisville, Ky, At th? Mtholat ? H"B. Annta J. I'srksr. Al'any; i . I hli.eri . I m?ko; E E Marvin Aulirn; C. C. A'r r, Itiilni . 'I ? > e Hbernian, Niwtrr*; C. II Lamb, Philad?l< flkia ; ? i'. Aidrews, Kanc&rd; 11. Pnmpelly, Albany; llun J. A ll?v?}, Ut, -oB. C ?.?irt l nl? mini ? s'lils Hay, S'imiw r, ?, RT? C.itrrrr? 1424, 1465, 1710. 115S, 1 t4, bill, 8. 1 , rt40, 1722, 1723, 1,24, 1*26, 1727, 1724, J"; o. mi < i ht-OishuiTm ?21, 48. I MTHII mKTKU-T 'ori.t ?95, 32. 82 to 5P. guntin Oean? N*b. iu, 424, 721, 873,132,309, f?", bv9, SS'J M)0, 8*1. S*2, 8*1, 865, 8rt6, 88T, 868, H!>, I 'II ' 2. ?:?!, 874, 87*. 876, 877, 87*, 879, 8*1, 882, ? >. s>. i-i [ yy,, WH, i|?i Kyt 891, *92, 893, 394. 8'Jj, fo?., J9VMI- h'.'i,?0ti 901, 9(*2, w03, #04, 90tl,907, 817, 360. Marine tMki. Tin i ?>'! !? C'jiiiAWBA, for Ne? Orleans via Havana, ? "i af'treooa. Naval lutctllgenee. Tir '"tx ji of *ar Jamestown, from Philadelphia, sailed f em J.f w? , Pel , J3d ln?t., for the west coast of Afric? x u ytr'e'l. 1 iillu! Siatrl 1 oiiinil**lonrr,a Ofll:e. r.'^eie 111. hard K. Ht lwell, Kstj ' ib 14. ? ("kor^es if Counterfeiting' ? Hi** Perkins wse u '?fU 'ma ekarge of counterfeiting I nitf d Htttes ?Hp, an . b? b i hfimirr.t b,-forw the Csnralaslooer, be w it 1 br / B????r .'i't tlia alleged ofleaee. f ITU y.f nil, .'or having la bia psssmiiss counter rjaa-lrr ooljars and ha f dcltsrs, was also held for Wallick't Theatre? The Busy n?i| ~ Mr. Wallack has Uken as back to the d aye of goo<r VMM An.,, Lick buele, Mr.. Braceglrdle awl Mr?. ? "'ntlin-e. by the production of the " Busy Body " a comedy by t^e la,t named lady, whlch HaB Mtod for tLu "rut tiu.i at vhm theatre last evening, to a full _ hcafe and niih the following caste: ' Fi- Fri.ncis Crip* m . Marplot, (bis war 4) M ? u?u? *ir/^ous'lraa,cU . ??ug' Sir <>eorge ,Ylry ? ? ^t Cl.a le* ( on to si- Vnneis) Mr uZi'?; hervunt ti -ir Jealous Mr. Colby *? ?<-r\uiit totiir Francis.... Mr. Oliver W? !'r Mr Burke. liinccj, n..iriMc> r I muris) Mrs. Hoey. ' i. (Jautf si to Sir leu.oui).;.. .Mis. Oonover ruil), U; ui?IJ) Mr >. Stephens fecenlwed, (Miranda* omul) Mrs Thompson., T?.in curaedy is on? of those involved alTiira which aro | virj ii. :h behind the pr sen*. age, and wtich are chiefly I in?? rcstii,,; on account of ; ortraj ing the utate of society | inn bygone cent jry, i-o far as this requisite goes the p ? ? e Iai t night v. aa per'>et. Ihe scenery, dressis ami ?o forth, were rich and correct. A detailed analysis of the jilol in not necessary in a notice of a comedy like the " H '> Ro!y.M The pi, ty hits two separite actions with two jfoung couples, e^ch endeavoring to outwit their st? i guMdlans by means of intrijue. deceit anil falso Locd, I'be leRson conroye*! by such pUys cannot be s, moral one, aiilicugh it ?]oes not, probably, now-a-dayts do much hairo. The a 'iog was generally good. Mr. Uster, who es sayed tLe h?ia of the p>ct)-a sart cf Paul Pry? d.d not suicee.l so well as usual. Ihe part is not in his way. Mr. sir George Airy was capitally played? one u? the best actcd parts in the piece. Mr. Blake was great in Sir 1 ranci liripe, and hie iiat scone was vi|uil to any* thing tlia' we have e^r .een him do. Mr. BrougBairt appeared in tometliing uow-a stern father? and did it well. Mr. Stewart as Charles should give his part mora stu.lj Mrs. Hoey's Miranda was a fair performance? rather too slow, however. The piece was only mode lately KucceMsful. Thk Co.Ncf.Ri >t Nrni-o's To -Xiobt.? 1 The grand concert by the Hebrew Benevoltnt Societies, in aid of their cha rity funds, takes place this evening, at Niblo's. Th? prorr. minc is t tempting one, embracing morccauz by many favorite artists. From Nebraska Territory. 0>'R OMAHA CORHBSrONDENCE. Omaha Citt, N. T., Feb. 6, 1856. Lit tilt mini at ihi Capital of Xebraska? The Sioux Indian. >? Three 'eninq an Extermination of the Whites? Two ('<?>-, ipani'i of Rangers organizing? Legislative J'ro ceei. ? Capital Located? Acting Governor Cuminp Xuttaintil by Three Majority? Joum Sites? Buncnml Sreerhet? Speculation*? Sitting of the Supreme Court. Much excitement prevails here now concerakig an anticipated deneent of the Sioux Indians upon th? whites a tMs vicinity. Kut a few miles above this a runnir ?iau just informed us a band of 800 or more war riors ar. *neainp?d, who state their intention to make peare with tlie Omaha Indians, with whom they have* long leeu at war. For some time past it has bee a their desiro to avenge the ileath of Old Bear, old of tn. ir prominent chief*, killed at the Fort I.aramie mai sacre. lhey furthermore state their desire to band with all the Indians tipon the frontier to sweep th? wl ites from their hunting grounds. They ar? stroag, encugt ?if themselves to djiva all the settlers in the Ter ritory ucoss the Missouri. I do not apprehend much dargvr, yet would nijt mind a "free flght" by ?'itylich t. I he hit u. x JudiL.au ire opposed to our gov - ernn??nt, thougli lhey liave for some time been friendly with the wh'tos. They are the largest acd mo-t warll'iw JJ.Ik) on iht frontier and can in uster their warriors by thOD :iandb upon (he war i, a fa# ?iKhts ilnce the <aw .udiac:. r -x Kan- male a descent upon tht , In,!'k .,11?,,,., ? ,i?rt distance below here, 4> nil ,ti.l- H Ttie eleven horses. Botu "" '' i t^ la>.i> in, mediate steps to organ;*** U'I *>? 11 1 '.led ngcrs of frontietsmea wi luiert u flight tb iridians, it needs be. l-otli hrunchei" of the ^eni^,f>^ial legislature proceed , <iLii?e -lewiy witi their business. A gentrtl diepoUtiou scen,s to preva:; t?.e lody to protract it in order to gam i-esfion. We need Oovernor Izard here verr 1 u' . v ie. ?ctlBK 'lovernor, feaiing be might no*. ' m. not.uu li n Ideas in revard to the capital location, ha? *'?inte . *o hurry the qt.estion forwaiS, anlboth Flju-'x snn.e (.?>?" stncu locu'vi it upon ? marshy pieoo of Riotn- Mime three milej lo the noithward of this. My a majority of three, to ilay, resolutions eotnmen - xhe niuL CCurteo1 Governor Cuming pass-1 t'l* UP a? the conn . try. Amor.gnt tho most niomiaent upon th? docket I .f -i ' '? "'hotin, ( el an' ah and Fontecelie 1j><* ir all 'V.e places are s-lling rapk'ly. nleLe"B- - 1 ^TJfr'rire r'7',y a,th<>ugh posse islng near.r I AT and *?c'*nt body of m-a "m ter hg. r?fCth 'Dr;",,D? o: Bnncomb I , .r , thr resolutions, acts, he., off^rel am* re ad .certain directly thi tfc erward. an. ra;? t , C' a 11). 01 Indiana, are all here. More anon IKK a hi wKi iTomsr Boot Conokin Nonrn aar v ^ ?S'mi?Von JSrww:i ^'.th, Rev. Air. Green "w aSSTSAio1 n'f* ? perts here, .4,.Jms" d^ i M,* B ??.D,P*T "d t'.e p;.vKlherMenrni' Vv " !oI,r' ?* ? The BooMJjnce'nHs'u: sa ?r ,iVv.> tS ' "p eril psys the taxable costs vet du? ' ?- r ea-wJ ,:i ?r;VLe '"bU BOl?? "' th' sontV eaeh .artv navs lN r tuT"1 A< ,0 ?" "ther costs, ll?l r,' .y,.P?L ' , ? " rho final Je?"e v? ill be pu b ? 1 1 "? II"/- -Cincinnati Oatetu, 19. K Nlw City in N'ebka-ka? A new frowc aile b ? b^-en Ifi'.u'.cd and >.ui vi yo I adjacent to tli? rl??r about thirty i.vp oiili't above Q*iaba. wbie)rn called Cum ?i City, in h?n? r of tlic acting Corernor. Alteon a llnKiiiriniiipo, large nice, for fltty m , i ,.loi?d . no- 1 iii a n ee cast- Uoed with Y?-liroi, an.: | ?wti'r, t?..'.>tL< ?./e others make for fifty one:*, and in < .ality and size to those made el?ewher? lor t?o doilarn. Aemd'i, /.8i> Broadway, oppotite Me tropin. Un ilotil. Mi mlf Brothers, Imcrtrnn Dagnerreot y|>r i'/ilifi "ion lor the pro* cu'.ion of all bran sli*? of the ar- . I'.igurrr.-i geods wl.ideaale and retail; plctu'w 'o every ??!;-, :? n.l inntrn^'ion in the art. Kstabll*b.>i! iu Ai'inny 1841, io N?-w York 1 M.SO. 233 Brovlway, N en* York; Pari-, Hnnlevardi J'1* Italiens I lot mo' Culf.rd Plntee Patent Donble Camf rn i important in iriinenta are now offer*'! at a. T'a?i-nat! - pri. e? $-S and f')0. All infringement* apun tbe p i n' will ??(Tcrpi'jK?cution. Depot 2K9 Bron.w.iy. Uncarrrrolypri, by Holmes' Patent Do?hle CawiH* for cents, ?The ctieapent, perfect and ini'ct ? jpu.-.tHH* mode of picturing (be people eitnat. Seti-n jt aih ?atablielwd at iVj Bread way. Kliili:^ fctyl. of Hutu, Just liitiodu.nl ? 'iboM-ol our reader* in vi nt of a faalitoniVe hat cau obtain one at HAI.I.'S, 4 |j Pruadway, who in th? acknow ledged Under at l.i, lilrn . New York by public approba lino, i.cri.tr of IXapc r<l street and Broadway. Tli< Ia-liion lot Ihe Rraion, In OetttJr- , niin'a Hale, ?a- imi'.tnced by Oenin, on Satirdiy ; next, :b* 24'ii in?t. .V ? i ork and the I non ham f> i yean accepted the rjuartetly iine* of Gcnio an thall g ?'(?ruing r tyle? of tl ? day. and hi* spring t?' for H. >1 wit! )<e found to pf mh> th ?? higbeat claim* to the a lation of ii. i n of taat* i? ?? ! juCgmtnt. CKMV8, 214 llrnadway, opponite St. Pan) ? , Unldlni; fardu? *n assortment of E?t i?i do ' ? f Viri ii'ly ''rgr- red l bome nut#*, wddiag car ? en\eli?p*ii. A:, csn hi- lid on application, or aent )>r j I .? ! ? ? - nv | a"* uf H'tabliihe 1IH40. JAMRS KVERDrU.. Lw Jtoadway, corner Iluane ?t ft l r ? :? * Vn!? i f i.oodsat II. H. Riviera i'iy ! 3. . ar, in ;?/ to 'hi- "tUn-ire repair* to be mail Htm- 'i?i*i. ?:* nl tin- .<? Ore ?n th? pr?nr?ei T r'mn'ii tr o' !h:> imtr.i me *o3*, embra^lcg work bC5< re- ?! r pi) r in I. i , faoe, opera g!a>K>*a, toi: bona, g' i tJrmcn'i an.; Ud ? ?' drPHning eti??, ilrx^io. . ar.il ? I. ?*11 joi.ibs, tli'patit ^tutuary; parim, psroeUiol and inarMc \;:-e' New n n celebrated wa'er ?ol?r tegetber Vflh the h.cM hoice eelectlon of pcrfutiV! \i and hii.ip?, witli an <?>?.. le?e vaiiety of tiyi for tui % an, *; ft, nd n u of children. AM Will i ] aold without lcgivd t>. r ? , a'li'rding an oj p-irtuni ;y ? j i .. ? t'.'i to hi.j.l'. ":fx*i'lre? ?w1th i ur i ue ?n i |.? an' it '"I. i ?? than half th* u?n*l pr ? c Fl. S. 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