Newspaper of The New York Herald, February 11, 1861, Page 5

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated February 11, 1861 Page 5
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coarse of Governor Andrew, of Massachusetts, who furors servile insurrections, but we do hlfck that New \ ork, which has sucb vast inte rest* at stake in the Union, should be the last State to take measures which cannot fail to widen the breach between the North aud the tSouth. Still CLlNQiiia fo tuK Old bid ding adieu to the late United States, in \ the Senate chamber, Senator Slidell, of Lou isiana, said:?"Every sea will swarm with our volunteer militia of the ocean, with the striped bunting floating over their heads?for we do not mean to give up that flag without a bloody struggle. It is ours as much as yours; and although for a time more stars may shine on your banner, our children, if not we, will ?rally under a constellation more numerous and ?more resplendent than yours." This is a happy -thought The flag of the Union is a vast im provement upon Palmetto and Pelican fltgs. Mr. Seward is not to have a monopoly of the stars and stripes in which to wrap himself, southern heroes will also make that flag their winding sheet Let the Louisiana Senator stick to that idea, and let it be insisted upon in the Congress of the new confederacy at Mont gomery. Let the special committee, appointed on Saturday, to report "on a flag, a seal, a coat of arms and a motto" for tho new repnblic keep the stars and stripes in view. The star spangled banner will thus continue to wave in the United States South, as well as the United States North, "over the land of the free and the home of the brave." Long may it wave. The two flags, similar in stripes, will thus differ only in the num ber and splendor of their stars. Does this spring from a lurking idea that both confede racies are yet to' be one again? It may be so; and if no coercion be attempted, and civil war ?be not precipitated, more unlikely things have iCome to pass, and some of us may live to see the day when the two confederacies shall be united in one fold, under one shepherd, and -under one and the name flag, with it* present stars increased and multiplied by accessions from the far north, tho distant south, the west ern horizon, and even those "isles of light" set in the blue ocean, illumined by the first rays of the morning sun. The Sufferings ok Blkkdinq Kansas.?We bare published several appeals from Kansas, "in the name of Christ,'' in behalf of fifty thou sand starving persons in that State. This Territory, now a State, was peopled under ?the auspices of the Emigrant Aid Society, established in Massachusetts, with a capi tal of ive millions of dollars. Many of the victims are deluded men, who were .with ? out meanB, and knew nothing of agriculture, but sent out as settlers, with Sharpe's rifles to ehoot down slaveholders, under the name of ''border ruffians," who had at least as good a light to settle in the Territory as themselves. If even a million of the money thus spent in inau gurating civil war were now forthcoming to save " the perishing multitude" from the jaws of famine, how much better would be its applica tion than for catting threats, after the. fashion of John Brown?how much more worthy of ministers of the Gospel, of peace and charity, ?whoso eloquence was employed in raising that fund. Will they now exert themselves in a work of real benevolence, and send large and liberal contributions to the unhappy suff.'rers! Kansas is now indeed " bleeding," und this is the time for their charity. Wh?-re is the money ?recently collected in Boston and other parts of Massachusetts for these people? As to claims upon the other portions of the community, there are many thousands of people starving in all our large seaboard cities, in consequence of being thrown out of employment by the success of the republican cause, and these merit4 mo atten tion of all classes, without regard to politics. Charity begins at home. Besides, Kansas is now a State, aud it is the duty of her Legisla ture to vote money for the support of b"r poor, or, if the people have no m rney, to raUe it by loan. While she was a Territory she could uot do this; but now the obstacle is removed. Kansas has been a source of great trouble und disaster to tho country, arid ?he has troubled Congress and the nation about ht r admission as n State. Now that .-he is admitted, let her do her duty, instead of begging from other States. Tim Organization of a Southern Confeob lucv.?Our telegraphic reports announce that the Southern Confederacy Congr?>s?? in session at Montgomery, Alabama, has, by a unani mous vote, adopted a foim of proviaiunU government for the seceded States, and ?lected a President and Vice President. We are told that "a vigorous government will go into immediate operation, with full powers and ample funds," and that "uo proposition for Compromise or reconstruction will be enter tained." This int< ligen;c ia a fixed fact. The peacemakers at Washington should act ac cordingly. They should dismiss from their minds tb*? delusion that the seceded States can be restored to the Union, for this idea is a de lusion and i snare. Those . tates are goue be yond recovery. All compromises at Washing ton should be based upon this fixed fact, and with reference to the peaeeublo recognition of the nnw confed'Tflcy. We refer, in this connec tion, riot to the Washington Peace Conference of Irresponsible politicians, but to the peace makers in Congress. If they want peace, they must prepare for the recognition of this lgouth?ra confederacy. There it is ; there It Crill stand; and it will be folly and madness ny longer, on the part of our Congressional peacemakers, to clow their eyes to this fixed I ad Irrevocable fact. An Operatic Fwor Impending.?The cklef topic of discussion in tho fashionable and artla Mc circles of the metropolis is the new opera 11 y Verdi "The Masquerade Ball, wbich ia to 'ie sung for the first time in America at the Academy of Music this evening. Thu plot Ls Abe thing for these stirring time#?full of treason, stratagem and spoila. The conno'w Wfurs who have attended the rehearsals are charmed witu the muaic; all the favorite artist*? Colson, Hinkley, Brignoli, Ferri, 4c., Aa &ra In the cast, and Mozlo has labored Jaces^antly to present * perfect ena(mbl?. It U now fv* tmb'.'.fc to do Its part, and to ahow wb**' ' ifir ^ really true that Brooklyn i> U?* ^ me;ropoliBi while Now York Is hop*' 0M,y givon ovor ^ trashy drama* and r/egro minstrelsy. Xn InVKmcal Machink Indkkp.?Oar Spring Md correspondent info raw us that some time i*o ft mysterious looking box Wftfl wnt by ex press from Tennessso to President Lincoln, who, mindful of tb* old ftdftge m to tb? danger oi ftQcept.Vng gifts from roomies, declined to ' ?m en it Accidentally, however, tho contents oi 1b?> *" Jeter'ou''case came to light, and it was tBcertainea ,ht* infernal machine wa* nothing nor le8a tt,aQ of an African. No iMfr I*1"**14Uon ot ?? fernal machine couldkttif toeti Evented. The irrepressible, al mightj niggef Is Trojan horse of the republic, and also Ibe bom/' whloh l's to explode and blowr Mr. Lincoln'? p%rty .'uto ten thousand fragments, leaving only a cor- < poral'a guard, under-the Chevalier Webb, to pick up the pieces. NEWS FBOH THE NATIONAL CAPITAL. WinuiaKM, Keb. 10, 1801. THY rKMlDKWTIAL V0T1. Tbe day the voice we counted for President and Vice President, tbo United States troops and local militia will be placed on a war footing. THK KOMIXATIONN OK JUDO*S BLACK ANT) I'KI'I11. The Senate tuts not yet considered the nomination of Judge Pettlt for the bench of the District Court of the State of Kansas. Tho Senate will not act upon either the nomination of Judge I'ettit or Secretary Black at present. The confirmation of the nomination* of both gentlemen is in doubt. Senator Seward, who was reportet to be in favor of Pettit's nomination, now tab'iocs him. The points against Black are three. Virst, Southern Senators will oppose htm on account of his argument and pogHi-ra ?g?la?t secesfcion. Secondly, Douglas and Pngh will op pose bini for reascns conuected with Douglas' Harper'$ ShmiKly article; and thirdly, the republicans will oppose bim because they desire to till tbe vucaucy ou the Su preme bench themsolves. TUK HKKKIKMY Arl'KOI'KlATION DILI. A*l? TDK CHIKliJl'l AMI.M> MK.Tr. The Deficiency bill li still hanging iu conference be tween tbe two houses, in consequence of the Chirlqui amendment, wbicb provides for the paymeut of throe hundred and fifty thousand dollars, and was put on in the Senate. The committees cannot agree, the majority of the Senate committee bei"g m favor of the amendment, and tbo majority of the House committee opp ?ed ?o it. A proposition will be made to the ti lends of the Chirlqui amendment that the Senate recele, with the understand, nig that it be placed upon the N'a> al Appropriation bill, where it more properly belongs. The amendment will n>fe stieiigth every day that it is auy longor allowed to keep the Deficiency bill from becoming a law, as many parties in the government employ are Interested in It ai.<l are suffering pecuniarily by its delay. TUK NKW YORK C IIAMI'.KH OK roMMBKTK A.NT1TAWFT COM XI11 ML Tbe committee from the Chamber of Commerce, sent here to defeat the Turifi' bill now bofore the Senate, have arrived. Opdyke is the leading spirit in this movement, .md Is working like a beaver with the republicans, show ing them how fatal ll would be at this time to adopt this iniquitous bill The friends of the bill, however, and their name is legion, do not abate one jot or tlttlo in their 0libitg to c*rry the measure They do not seem to care how obnoxious its foal arcs may bo, providod It will aub gi rvo their interests. Tlio republicans have been In formed by their friends, that if they pass this measure it will be a death blow to the party. THK nvr Mil UON N>AK. Nearly all the late Ave million loan has been paid into the Treasury, and very much of it has been already dis bursed. TO* CA8E OF T1IK HTOIJCN INDIAN T*TXT HONI>8. Russell's trial lias been postponed till tho March term of the United Mates Supreme Court, although his counsel were ready and anxious to proceed with it now. Mr. Morris, of Illinois, Chairman of the Committee on the Indian bonds Abstraction, has destined to testify in court, as tho report on tho subject will be made in the coarse of a few days. T1IK N'dOKMM K PATKNT. The time for receiving UPtlmony against the extension of McCarmick'a patent has been extended for throe tm nths. The Patent Otlice has received remonstrancua from various parts of tho country in such a form, as showB a systematic arrangement ngilnst tho extension. Kansas ltillif Meeting. At.iiAUT, Feb. 10, 1861. A meeting was held here last night to tike measures for the relief of tho sufferers in Kansas, Mayor Thatcher presiding, and a large number of prominent :ltiz<>ns weie present. C.entl. men oirect from Kansas addressed the meeting, giving a mont deplorublo account of the condition of the people thore. A committee of thirty w?s appointed to canvas* the entire city aud solicit sub scriptions from the people. The committee will com mence thdr operations to morrow morning. A commit lee was alfco appointed to mcuiurializo the legislature and urge the immrdinte passu#*' of a bill appropriating $100,000 to aid the ?ulleretc. Arrival of the Canada at Ronton. Boktos, Feb 10, 1881. The Ft?amship Canada from Uver[K>ol, via Hiiifax, arrived at port at one P. M. to day. Her news has been received via Halifax. The malls and newspa|>er bag for the associated Frees were forwarded by this evening's itain, and will reach New York at an early hour tomor row morning KffVrls of the Storaia. N'oktolk, Feb. 10. Ilnik m'ine, Kphrinm William from nalllmore, bound for Wpmington, N. C., with coal, ha* arrived here with b>*e if alienors, chains and sail, in the gain of rbursday. 1 .iu'cl Cushman. c >lored, was frozen to death; aud Ave ?f the c< w are b.idly frost bitten, and have been taken to th>- hospital. Markets. Nkw OKMUXK, Feb. 0. I?6I. rottrn r.lrwed with a declining leniency; sale* to- day 4,'<0 hales,at I0\c. for middl ug Sugar steady,at 4J,c. ? lor fair to luliy lair IMaascs 23c a Me Flour it t-0 a $0 lor superfine. Corn (lie a 66c Whi?keT at >n*,c it ll>c. Exchange on I?ndon, 1021* a 1W V Freight* unaltered. M.iuiijc Fob. 0, 1861. Cot too sales of 1,0C0 bale# at lO^c for middling rhe ma Wet m very dull. Daltimork. Feb. 9. 1861. Klotir dull and heavy: Ohio anil Howard 4treet, $a 75, i-1 > Mills at *5 II1, Wheat full: red, >1 26 a $128; w1il?e $1 40 n (1 60 Corn steady: yellow at 6t*c. a 64o.; ?iitti , 66c a 6Hc Provisions <piiet. Colfee active at 12,VkC a 13c. Whiskey dull at 18c Cllci.viATI, Feb 0,1861. Flo'ir very dull, at $4 Ma {4 70 for stipertlne. A'hls key ?t K'\c Provt*i<M>a quiet ind tlrm llu n ttrm si:d (jute! I'nrk quiet and firm, at $47 a $17 XfneiniM liird Ui ll at 9?4c *i(jht exchange on Sew York tlrm at X f-i cent pr< mlum M<ue> rnurkel uin.kuigrd. Court Calender?'Tlila Day. i t.?M* Oii ar, Clar t iT.?Part 1.?N'oa 40?. 411, .18, ::B7. i;>H, 2*7, 413 416. 417, 423. 427. 429, 431, 433, 401 4JI 443. 44f?, 4-W? 461 Si' 0>rKT?uk>k*ai Tkr* ? .Vos. 'J|?, 32 to 41, 44 to 60 62. -i new* Corrt?Part 1 -.Noa 211. 94, 3P1. 11T>> llttl 11-3. 1186. 1191. 1196 1206, 121.?. 1217. I**?, fill 327 613 l'art 2 ?\'e?. 144, 162 , 686, KM, M0, P02. 904. WOK, 912. 7&t, 1A toe*.* 1'MMS.?Part 1? No? 2Wv 326, 327, 3'28, ' VIC 831, !B?, 333. 334, 336 . 337, UJt, 339. It, 2 ?Noe. 16M 38k, 341. 346, 146 , 347 . 3M, 31Ai, SM, 3(2 , 354 , 365 , 361, 367 , 368. liratrinca nf the Delaware ttate lot teries.?W< OD, KI?t? A CO., M*.>a?er?of the ixlawmik. stisrvmr awn ann-wai vt?tk urns am*. Iiklawaiu? K*tk? i'ms 'eb. IK "<<1 1?. 67, 74, SI, S, fw, W, U. 3;l. 4.1, 3#, 75, 54. UkUtiSk -Clakii 13b. Fab. 9, IWI. 32. K4, 34, U. HI. 75, 36, oi, 40. 46, 37, 33. 6i. rtrrulera ouUa'ntna ?ch.roas, with fat) e'Artlcu ar*, a?nl ire* oi l>? a4drenMn0 u*k?r to W Jt'lJ. EUUY K1L WllrOor/vt,, tkU?,r?, O* MWOUU, KU>Y 1 t-U, Hv. Loo',?, itiasouil. DrawtURt of t. Fruws 4JU (o.'i Dela *am Luwaneei? - .. V Cw*-' 'V* ? ret, t l*?l 41. 8, ft4, B8, i7? ?' 39 I7f jjt go. ... 7H, 1. ??. S3, 31. 2J. t tK-ular? ?| ?fe?r by add saaing It n?VI5* k CO., Wilmington, Delaware. MlU'Ane of s^tlee of ??? _ 'lOTUOWB HWrfHIHO 6THUP jT^ry jw in th* rnl'fd tor ehlUlrtn CttV'f^}'^ttOT*r taUlng suooeaa Relief la IMMKD1ATB (Uiteheler'a Vffatr Dye?Reliable, Harm >e? end lnst?nta|?<ms. Week or brow* faetafj. 31 BareUr greet. *v44?-Xapr^ed at UaToUKUiK'M Wig Factory, 1* I*?.** wm. ?? The MterMtif Oaa Kegalator ImprerM tke llcht and aariy the gaa ManufaMnred by Wheeler A WU> son's eewlag Machine Co. OflknMS Broadway, basement TniiiH.-N?nk & Co.'a RMlcal Can Trim. Ho. I Vaaajr tirmi (Aator Houm), opposite lh? akoirk. Wmrtj'b Trl?*ph*rMi 1* th? Mot a*d rbMp?? MiM? for drwalna, Wmlfjln*, mirllng, nlata*** pruynlnt ?n4 rwtorlaf ?* t*ir. umih irylt Bold bj ?(?laway 4k Hok'i Or?r*tWi*l ***** ?!!?? FUno. aftflo. tiriMMl ?nt tnmiM (or if* JWM. War^.m- < a~! <W W?jg ?tract. ->? T*?r? Brooklyn?P*ct K^UblUhrd i, "** ?MW>' Tbe liioumoarabltfty of ? Itltam ?o?'a Photograph* a. typm, Fulton utreel. oppoattc Illnloo Whrtier WlUoa'i Improrml Mactuur* at reduced prtoea Offlea SU6 Broadway, ? ('rl?udoro'i Hair Uy?, Wl(i and Tou? Sect?Tlic beat in the ?urld, wholesale and retail, aud the ye privately appllad, at No 6 Aator Itouaa. FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL. Sckdat, Feb. 10. 1861. The week ending yesterday was not as active as the corresponding weeks of the two previous years in the import trade, and the export of specie?chiefly to the West Indies?was qnite light. But the export of produce and merchan dise was heavy, as usual of late. The moderate importations at this and other porta, coupled with the heavy export of produce suffice to ac count for the reaction in the foreign exchange market. How long this condition of affairs can last it is of course difficult to say, though it is clear that so anomalous a state of thing* must be of short duration. The following are toe Cus tom House tables of the trade of the port for the week and since January I:? Ijomkts. fbr t>u wetk. 1S{.B. 1880. 1861. Dry poods $3,710,140 3,563 327 2,0*1,07* Geuersi merchandise... 2.401,606 1,631) 618 1,765,066 Total for the wi?*k.... $6,V0l 654 6 :M> 945 3,7*7,144 Previously lepoi ted.... 19,300,712 20 983,842 20 oiu,998 Siuce January 1 $26 001,366 26.186.7S7 23,817,142 EXHjHTB OK PkOIM'' X AUlt UKKCII-t.MlUK. 18*19. 186U 1861 For the week $*'23,817 1,009,000 2 890,864 Previously reported.... 3 826,101 ?>,<.69.421 10,541,230 Since .lanuary I $1 749,9.8 7,378,490 14,432,094 Exports ok Si-kcik. I860 1860 1861 For the week $f06,969 427 467 115,69* Previously reported.... 2,033,264 514,762 312,624 Since January 1 $2 640 233 942,219 428,222 The banks continue to receive specie. Nearly half a million was received last week from Europe, besides some $.'100,000 brought by the Canada and now on the way from Boston for New York as count; and on Sunday last $1,513,693 arrived from Califori.ia Besides this, the Sub-Treasury has lost money to the banks; so that, there being no drain except to the South for the purchase of cotton bills, it is reasonable to expect an increa*e in the specie average which will be published to morrow. Last Monday the banks showed a specie average equal to $31,054,609?au increase of $2,08.r>,568 from the week previous. The decline in exchange must lead t j still larger accumulations of specie than were expected a week ago. The de crease in the bank discounts last week was $2,027, 220, the average shown being only $121,907,924. The curtailment since December is thus about ten millions of dollars, an enormous reduction to have been effected in so short a space of time and with so little suffering. The fact is, the moment trouble began in November merchants began rigorously to liquidate; the process has been so rapid and so thorough that in a very short while the banks will tind it difficult to keep up their discount line with out dealing in single name paper, or lending on call at very low rates indeed. The money market is dull; the right sort of paper goes very readily at seven per cent per annum, and on call the supply in superabundant at 5 a 6 per cent. Second class paper and names not gercrally known are very hard of Bale almost at any price. The failuro of another dry goods firm on Saturday hurt the market somewhat. Paper connected with the Southern trade especially is avoided by buyers. Collections are almost impossible in the Southern States, and the passage of a stay law in (leorgia has not improved the credit of parties who are supposed to have money due to them in that State. We are witnessing a revolution in the disconnt market as well as elsewhere. In 1967 and 1858 every buyer of paper wanted names in the South ern trade; Southern notes were considered almost as good as cash, and no one was willing to buy names in the Western trade ex .cept at a very high rate of interest. AH this is changing rapidly. The inquiry among note bnyers now is for names in the Western and Northern trade; very few buyers will now touch Southern names, and then only at a very high rate indeed. As more than half our leading hooses have been more or less in the Southern trade, the effect of this discrimination can readily be ima gined. Whatever issue may be reached in our political difficulties, years must elapse before the Southern trade will stand as well in this city as it has done in times past. Foreign exehange fell la^t week, closing at about 105 a x/% for bankers' sterling bills. There is no demand for bills; importers do not seem to be remitting as usual, and the market is quite flat. At this time last year there was an active demand for exchange at 109. Several leading hankers tind it difficult to cover with satisfactory mercantile bills, ami h<t\e withdrawn from the market for the time. The recent fall in exchange will be a sore disappointment to the English. The steamer of '24th of Jaauury from this side took nut advices of such an advance in bills as will probably have led to the belief that the specie drain from Kurope was ended; last Wednesday's steamer from lloston took the news of a reaction in the market, and of sales of bills at rates which leave a profit on specie importations from l.ondon to New York. It would not be surprising U these advices led to something like a pani< <?u the other side and to further shipments of American stocks for sale here. The following table shows the eourse of tUi stock markf? during the past week and month : ? Jot. 1*2 J*% IP Jan it At t Fet>.9. Missouri <M.... 67 Ctt ?4l4 ?!>'? N.Y <*??*? ... 77 *2 TVS 7tJex?lbr. fc-adtbg 3H* 47 X 4.%'. 42 42 Kris 37* 40% 36* SI* Zi'l Mir.h t'a??ral. .. 62V, #0* t>V>i M* 33 86 33 < 31 31'; TUu-J < w.l ra!.. 7?^ H8 7U 71 TS ? 96\ 74 73/% MS BiCfcfel?u<l W.V ?2 *1% 54* 50S 33 3S 81* 30 32 Kn .li>* 114 ^ 11S* US 112 U.2 Rnrtsoii Klvxr . 4?S 4H* 44* 42* 41 Parlflc Mall. . .. M* 93 *6 11 X 82* Stocks are generally fccticr thas they were a week ago. The advann# is predicted upon the general expectation it.ucng brokers that pending political diffieulties we ou the etc of adjuumsnt. If they were settled it seems to b<* supposed tliat stocks w..nld advance. Very little business is doing at the boa?d. It seem* evident that the dominant party In both Lou** of Congress U bent on consummating the moiutroua iniquity known by the name of the Morril unff. Remonstrance* from every Mo tion of the country, including ?omo manufacturing dw ric te, haye been forwarded to Waahington. But they seem to be neglocted, and there is every rea son to fear that in the course of a few day* the most oppressive, unequal and clumsy tariff ever devised will ttko its place on our statute book. It is enough to say of this Morrill scheme that, If anything could justify secession, it would do so; and that, had the Oulf States waited for Mb enactment before severing their political anion with the i.rni:*d ffeatea, the sentiment of the civilized world would probably have justified their conduct. In ex amining the details of the bill, It is difficult to say whether it? oppressive character, IM short?ighteJ policy, or lt? extreme awkwardness Is most con spicuous. The most experienced of our Cuat>va House officers confesa themselves appalled at the complicated duties which It will devolve t?iw?a them, and state that our customs force, already bo large as to be the chief source of corruption In onr political system, will require to be doubled to carry H out, while the revenue will ho largely di jnials^ctl. The delays at the Cuatojn House, of ^rhfek tmporters have ao bitterly complained, will iit pHeftlarUy Inci asod; for U Impose* a different rate of duly upon subdivi 8 of ?*oh kind of manufactures of iron, steel, wool, cotton, Ac., and ?pon mWt ffcan*- *? Wooll?n ?!(>*?, for i ? K ,m !? much ad **?re,n, so much per *qu?rv' - H0 Du,( h Per Pound; ob JertoftH?ct'm:' "of doU??b?inf to conceal the feet thai lU. 9 Ux lcvi,sd witl P?vj absolutely prohlb itur^ Fanoy tiie .'*bor which it will cost to aacerUL a t,le duties per square yard on woollen (foods U. ree quarters or five-ciglithd wide; the dispvtes whici '1 w'" arise as to the exact class to which each cam K*>ods belongs; the difficult problem* which tlu 1 c?Hcctors will have to solve in distributing l r?n manufactures, for instance, under the fifty different heads recognized in tho bill. If, under our present tariff, which imposes a unUot. 'n Juty of 24 per cent on all woollen goods, sarpeta autl iron. we are compelled to keep an army of po.'ltlc'ttIW in the custom home*, how will it be when tlve ??'* lection of the revenue involves thrice as labor' It will be said, perhaps, that this inconve nience will be obviated by the wholesale destruc tion of our import trade which the bill will involve. There is something in this. It is impossible to study the bill without coming to the conclusion that it is the deliberate purpose of its Tranters to destroy our foreign importing trade. It is the opinion of our leading merchants th:?t the new duties which it proposed to levy on carpets, ca.-simeres, broadcloths and many descriptions of cotton goods, will prove absolutely prohibitory, llany descriptions of foreign iron and steel manu factures will in like manner be utterly excluded from our markets. In order to enrich the Ameri can Screw Company, of Providence, R. I., the Morrill bill (which was reported in the Senate by Seuator Simmons, of Ilhodo Island) lays a specific duty of six cents per lb., equal to an ad valorem duty of fifty per cent, on foreign wood screws, and thus effectually shuts them out of the market, and creates a monopoly for the above company, whohe ehuresarc already at an enormous premium. In order to exclude foreign steel, the duty on table blade steel is increased Kit! per cent, on common hoe and fork steel lt>7 per cent, on round machinery steel 164 per cent, on best (lerinan steel 210 per cent, on second quality do. 211 per cent, on Mister ste< 1 211 per cent. Other examples might be cited to prove '.hat the design of the bill is really to exclude the bulk of the foreign manufactures now consumed in this country, aud to create manufacturing monopolies in Pennsylvania and New Erglttnd. It needs no argumeut to show that a measure of this kind cannot prove a re venue tariff. When duties become prohibitory, they ceuse to yield revenue. Members of Con gress from Pennsylvania aud New Knglatid who solicit voteu from New York aud tho Western States tor the Morrill tariff, on the ground that the government ueedx more revenue, are either cheat ing themselves or trying to cheat their colleagues. That tariff would yield infinitely less revenue than the pi^scnt one. If revenue had been the object [ sought, Morrill aud his friends would have fos I tered, not excluded, foreign importations. Their | real object was the protection of domestic manufac J tures by the destruction of our foreign commerce? for of course a country which does not import cannot export?and by the financial ruin of the government. If they should succeed In enacting their bill, they will achieve one end which they scarcely contemplate. From the hour the Morrill tariff (joes into effect for"igti commerce will cease to be profitable, and manufacturing industry will promise large pains. Capital will desert the one to follow the other. Iron, woollen and cotton fac tories will spring up by magic all over the coun try. Merchants will become manufacturers, aud the grasping manufacturing corporations of Penn sylvania and New England, which now seek legis lative interference to protect them from foreign competition, will find competitors enough at home. In the course of a year or two, when tho North is studded with new factories, the common sense of the country will be disgusted with the exploded system of protection. The shipping it; terest of thi coast and the great prodmiiig interest <>f tL.' interior will rebel against the destruction of our foreign commerce. A party will be organize 1 ?>n the b tsis of free trade, and it will, sooner or later, sweep tho country. When tliat time couk s, manufacturing property will be destroyed at i blow, the milliouii invested in facto ries w ill be wiped out, and the very meu and tho very corporations now seeking rnoro protection from government will be hopelessly ruined. If tho , Morrill bill pastes, onr advice to owners of ioan uActuring stock is to sell out, without a Moment's delay. A prohibitory tariff will prove more fatal to them than absolute free trade. There are manufacturers still living who can testify tc tie truth of this: the wnrst blow evt r indicted u]*>n manufacturing tadustry in this country was the h.ghly protective tariff of 1828. which led to nulliti. ation iu South I'srolina. There is ou? more pot at which should be borne in mind by the dominant party in Con gress. W e are in the midst of a Kreat nation&l revolution ?>f which no man can foresee the end.. W hatever tope events may assume, it is clear tiuU the side which wins U* support and sympathy *t the maritime Powers of Europe will enjoy a marked advantage over its antagonist. If we of the North alienate the ^ood will of (Ireat Biilain and France, while the Southern States conciliate those nations, we, may find ourselves, soaner or later, involved in u con test nnder great disadvantages. It is the purt of prudcuev and statesmanship to consider, these things. Now, the Southern States, as ]m well known, contemplate absolute free trad*. They intend to say to Europe, "We have c<-tton and food: nothing else. You nave ships aud manufac tures; sci il us y.?ur ships laden with y>nr manu factures sn<l take away our cotton id exchange.'* This i? a pfoposel whi< h will sorely try th? anti slavny sentiment of s.urope. If the. buiglish ai d French ean d' -^'-er a chance of repudiating their hostility to slavery and embrsci (ti>? offer t'jiey willcertairuy m> so. *r.l if, w hile th*South iso><ir lug thl- rxeei'er.' iwrain to Kurov?, the ptople of the.North nr> simultaneously massing a tariU prohibiting t!i" importation of European <w^ds, < taxing Ltilisli stiel *>0 per cent, British bnadcfcith 80 p< r '?? nt, Mill French wines sud branuw* KMt pet cent, lo which side wou'd Luropcau at'aj incline ? CIT1 CMUOBKCLU* HEW HT. Sa'- rbay, Fck. *#?fl P4 H. Asinw. ?Ih? market wna ntaady. aal ?a woro bhv!k at Sc. i S'<?. per 'b. Mock 21C bh a pote 174 P' urlt, total 8f4. Bii? ?vnt i?-.?Klour?Owiatf vo ibe 3i iwi?m i a friMnh"? and the low rang* of tterHiMc exeMtngo, tl>o xr a.-kot wa* f.r??y a;.<> about fire r?t??a |,?r burrnl '???r f jr nm?t de Kilplku ' ( rblrvlng bram..*. t"l>e "jiewrm i <u>'>ut 7 <X? >'bl* , elo- log wl'-iln the feUtwl ^ range of Irtcei ? up. rftuo "-Uto {A 00 ft ft 16 I ftrua state, n^ol to f i? 10 a ft *0 Miperflee w?nt*rn *.5 00 a 5 15 ContM** cholri WmUirn ai'a. .. ^..5 20 \ 7 2) Mixo<1 t?*trelcht Hontbern f> :ii a ft 70 M'atjjht tofy-nl ?\tr?uo.... M a 7 25 (box* i-xtra family and balrwjtf bra vj^., 725 K A 00 Rye aoet. , a m * 4 10 l>>n |rr?ej end Hran.q>win t 3 00 a 3 b5 _GaM4teo flour wm bf*i7, r prtco* farorr.1 ptir c h*H?r? lb- in<laJed atx ?t 26<) b|)l(( al 45 j* a |7 ??. the Iffw MW ft* ?na' /^u of ex'ra. PMtb^rn flonr tu toee buoyant foe Ci#.imou Krar1rr. of mixed braeda. 1 U? ??lef. ?mW~< ^ abcui 800 bbto., cloning wttbtn the abore range of p- >v?v. hye flo?r wan <\nlet at quotation*, t orn meal w juil at the above tlguree. wbMt we market waa b'#ar ? nn(j demand for ox port, as well a? for mJK* llJt) waa light. Tbeaaleeem biaeel 36,000 bualwln. at, <1 17 u for Chicago norma, II 24 f?r MU<w# eTotab m ^^OTellt^S $1 31 a $1 32 for t. dWy ,terll( %y i6 prime rhlte M?b'g*n. and amtwr lor.a at $1 28. 0*11 waa ag*in I ?m?j r i .T t2'. Vftolle tb?- salee ??mbrat'???i ilvwit tft.000 hitenew^at v m u for oM Wentern mtxe.1 In and at teo , B7e. ttlT ^ ^e|<t, an-i at Mo. a ! !i new white flontbern. Barley wan Inao i I.IT?. in ?r Hro waa nrwiial at(W< a Wc. f??U ""VT.- dam* reqneat, while prl -en wi?re *teady at - for Caoadir n Weetoro, aad atMHo. a V,<t for i*'?<*> ,m*" Rl" wore made on p-l *? terma, ud 600 do do at He a n *?c. CwTow wa< dtill heavy aoU without quotable ch&n#6 in Srirca. The aal<? embraoed about 800 a 900 bales ok* i* nuUnJy on the basis of ll*c. a n^c. for ^,401,,^ upLinds. ^ Fir H?There was more Inquiry from the trade, while price* Mr* ^llhont change of moment, thouiih closing quite Arm. Wlthia two or throe days gome 2,400 qutniak* dry cod have been ftold at p. t., and a cargo of St (ieorge's from vowel* at $4, and 300 a 400 bbU. No. 1 m*< kerel at $14 60 a $14 It. Herring was also tlrm aud sale* fair. Fnkjohto.?Rates were Arm, but engagement* were moderate. To Liverpool 6,000 bushel* wheat wore t .k?m at 12d., 300 lihds UU .w at 87a 6.1., 'J,000 a 3,000 flour, part within the prerloua afternoon, at 3? 3d. a 3a. 0<1. Cottui unchanged, while some bacon and lard were engaged at 86ft n> I/*>don 1,000 bbls. dour were en gaged at 4? 4.1,(1; 100 boxoa bacon at 46a. lUtua to tilapgow and Havre were unchanged. market was Arm but quiet; sales of 100 bales w?re made, in liuaton, at 13c., and 260 do., to arrive there, at 12*,c., cash. UraRT Cuts was quiet, and salos confined to *mall iota at Mfc., caah. Hay was steady, with sale* of 1,000 balea, for ship meat, at 90c. >'or city use It wus selliug at t?6o. a $1 per 100 )b*. lKi'i?.*^The market was buoyant under the prospect of the passitfe of the f*w taritr. Within three or four days the valta have embraced about M0 loos, at $-.!l a fill 60, six month*, from ship. Moi-annkb.?The murk el was quiet, with 8n?U salon of Cubs at 22c., sad of New Wrleaus at 31?. JKayal Stork*.--The msTl?et wa? without animation Ppfrlts turpentlno were saJlfs.f in a small way at Me a 8?>>??r. for straight TOd slnpTMn* lot*, while New York bbto. ranged from 3CT ? 37c. fismmon rosin wan dull; within t ?" or three dnyw WO bblm h*vo been soli na tv?< dock nl I V , nod at $1 & per 310 1m (nun yard, and $1 -.'i a $1 26 delivered. The stock, of crude comprised 8,200 tibia , .'<eld by one partjr, for wbssrft $3 wis a.ikod. On a.?Crudff whale and "Wrm wert v1"0' A?ileof ?2,000 gallons pttfW whale ha? *#rteti made -rtthin a d ?jr or two, ui 40o , fash. Manufact ;rt'>4 was flint: Linseed oil was firmer and in fitter dom.v?d, with s^>w iu jobhini; lots at 61c a 62c. Within a day ir two 300 kx*i?n quarts olive oil have been sold nt fi.S.'otH- montlis\ 14.000 gal loi h city red at 52c , mid 60 bbls. irfmo Wo*tifni lard oil tt f 1. A sale of 270,000 lbs. pair: ott was imvde at the eastward, to come hi're, at p. t. Provisions?Fork?The market wr<VBteady, bu? nulet. Bales embraced 300 a 400 bbls., Inching new mens- at $17 60 an 1 prime at $13. Beef was in wilted demand, with sale* of 1P0 bblR. repacked mess at $8 76 a $'.*'76, tiuii (10 a $10 76 lor extra. Prime men was quiet. A snuill lot ot 43 tierces old Wufctorn at ;~fr. Bat on wne steady, wi'h sales of 100 boxes kmg city cltor at 10'4c,., and Western nhort clear at 9'.,c. l^ird WW inactive. Sales of 176 bbls. were made ?t B'4c. a 10'4c. Cut meats wore st-ady, with sales of 60 hlids., iut'luding shoulder* at ft'4c. and hams at 8\c Dressed hogs were dull at 7o. a 7 l4c. for Western and 7\c. for city. Butter ami cheese Were steady and unchanged. Hi* k was steady, with small sales within the range of 3>ic. a4>,e. MOu*i ?( lover was dull. The galas during the week have reached about 1,000 bags clover, at 7c for common and at 8c. for choice. Unseed was Urmor, with wiles in B< 6t>>u of a cargo on the spot, and of part of another to arrive at $1 65 cash. Sruispi ? Sales of 40 cocks nutmegs were made at 40c. A cargo of about K00 bags of pepper wore made to arrive at p t., and 400 do. Singapore, at 7 0 16c. a 7'?c., an 1 10 000 m.'ifs cuseui at 18c , and 2.000 tugs pimento at p. t. Si'oaks.?The market was dull, with sales of L'iIJ hhtls. (chiefly refining goods) within the range of 4~,o. a 6,lao. Tkah weie in good request. Greens woro llrm. and blacks weie umliaUKed, but steady. The sales have been to a liber,tl extent to ihe trade of both greens and blacks, chiefly doling and Souchong. Taiiww was In good demand, with sales during the week ol 160 lbs. prime at OI4C a 97,o , with $1 extra for packages, ami some inferior California at 8\c., cash. Whiskey ?The murket was quiet, and small sales re ported at 18c. Married. FwuirsoH?TAOOARn.?On Thursday evening, February 7, at the residence of the bride's f%ther, by tlie Kev. Thou. Treauor, l)Avn> W. Frroi'SOH to Ki.lmn A. Taimiaro. Died. Bcmn ? On Saturday, February !>, Joirt Brwmiv, aged 41 years and 3 months. The friends and acquaintances of tl?? family, and also the members of the Herman Orooers' Seclety, are re spectfully invited to attend the fnnernl, this (Monday) afternoon, at one o'clock, from his late residence, No. 41 I/onnrd street, wtbout firrther inritatfuir. Buubrt.?In this city, on Saturday, February 9, At. nwtT Alomo, sou of Albert A. and Matilda Bogert, aged 2 years, 10 months and 4 days. Sleep on sweet babe, ibou'rt free from pain; 1 know thou doet with Jesus r?m?, Although tho? wast so dear to me, 1 would sooner thou with Christ should be The relatives and friends of the farnHy are invited to attend fie luneral service, at tho residence of Ms p* rente, 121 Kast Fifty-ninth street, thin (Mbudoy) after noon, at four o'clock. Bokxt ?On Sunday, February 19, Eiv.-viunu Mar*, eldest daughter of .Inku 11. luid KJiaaheth Iterat, i? the 16th vear of her sg?. Further notice of tke funeral will be nirm. Brown.?On Sunday, February 10. Mart in, d*iiffh ter of William und Mhry Brown, ngod + years, 8 mocthn and 21 days. The friends of the family are r**pectfully luvlted to attend (be funeral, from ihe residence of her parent#, No. 96 West Twenty sixth street, on Tue.sday afternoon, at two o'clock. BrcjiAinift ?(in Sunday, February 10, Adkij? Jactari>, Wile of WWliaiJi iluel.dnwii, In the 1'ith year of her age. The frteiids ef tho family are invited to attend thu fu neral, from hrr late rtuWence, 8. Hfcki Street, bettreen llegraw and iiuirison streets, Jtrooklyn, to N'ew Vurk Jfay Onwtor/, on Tuesday, at twelve o'clock., without fur ther lnvitati"? ItHMMt ?im iiattinday, February 9( Jahkh Dosfom, agt d 31 years. The I'ricn Is (?nd relatlrr-'of the family, and those of hie brothers, I'atrick no I Michael, .ire r<jsp/<pti'nliy in vited to attckd tke luueral. ttiiR (Uaedavl aftemo<>n, at two o'ckn.k , (tr^n 171 li'ir?t :? .-erne. Dkvkv.?<?n Sunday, Irbru.irv 10, Ilr.srvw, butcher, a nntire of tkj city of" Cork, Iretend, a^ed oi years. The friends anil aequa'ctanres of the family are re npe< tfuily invitod io att< no the funeral, fr(w his Ut? r?? sioeuoe, c.o'uer Thirty sevt nth st.iet nud Tenth a venae, on Tuesday afternemi, at two o'clock this *My, on Friday, February 8, Auwd Frkkjum. il. V , in the ?;?th year of his :^e. Ihe rektiws rjid friends of the faoily, and tl.ise of but soiis-to-iitw, Kev it. Irving and Willia.i i.. Skxlmuro, also the medlcil Saculty, are renpeotfclly Invited to nt fetid the funeral, in Tuesday afternoon, at two o'clock, from his late residence, No 73 L'uiou p'uee, corner ot Nineteenth streot, without furtlmr nolle*. (Vmnectieiit papers, Raltimoro Sur., and Alexandria ( Va.) (;ai? tte, pie?:i? -opy. Jrrxl>ATitim?In Brooklyn, on Pat irday evening, Feb ruary 9,1 im.ii Fiixtatiui-k, after a a im t lllnuM aged yum. l!ie relntlvof! aa?i friends of the finr ily, anil a!?o those of his Kits i'ster, und his son m law James lai uiny, art rospcctftilly lnvl'.ed |q atti'n< h!s fi'.B"rat, this (Mondaji) aft?;rnoon, at-hsir.jhst two "'clot k. fr .171 his latt rtMwM corner of Britlgeiuul PI;, m^uth stre< la. CaowRK.?On (-'a'.unltty evening, February 5, afte" n lingertsg illners, Fra* ra Hk>ry, jon of \V. T. O. and Sara C. flrower. Ihe re atlves and frlendi* of Ihe family are ?-e#pe<-trulls invittd toa'teud the funeral, from tfc'i i esi-1 -atx.' of hnr l?re?t?, 1W> l^ist 'I'-A'eTjfy-sixih strerd, on : ji-mI iv tr im, iitg. at 8-oVloch. The remtins vlll bo . fit to Ki-t ( hitter for inuimeui by the half ?**t nine ;-'?l?tk tra.u. ttRAMOt.?on Mtimiay, '"bruary 4, on fc^? way nora* from tin* South, r\ Mi srat flm , km. Tho fun er si services will tik# jlox' nf ;be rssldcns* of bis father 1m law, J. H. L/> '?ssirf.lle, No. A Oiwnd street, Jsrssy Ctf. on tflU /Mom .jr.1 aiteixcon, at two o'clceic Hie fri?nds aad thiwo of i??j ftum'y respectfully invite! to attend. HoUAJib?-Ofi .suniiav. lebr-uary lo. > 'utiuuia, ILirt Bmima. *m!? of Oeosgo H^UktuV, and uU. j tf Xtoaaitf, Cot.Illy K?-f.y, l/elani". aged SO The furxnai will tike i.l???attwo ? -J >ck on T *ftrrt)0tt?, fee* her late r?*'..w~< ?, 'ii. Viuj 't water Ar?ot. Tl*> frieti-lH are resr*ctfully *vit<?d to 'attend. Haw?!?s.?In Urn c'ty.ea tYMay, I wwy s, at the rt side son ot her nvitl er, ?1 >vt?t rortusth s'r t, Hi v RiWtA Makia, yonnge-t daughter of 'idtuia tuyt tliar lott- Hs?kiiia. age'1 9 y< k.i ? and 16 ittys H?r remains will bo Muten to Now Cinnar. ."or Inter BM aiiav --tm Km. ivy, Frbrun-y to, Rotk.h? TTaxrv iiA3, * Mnv<> (i Mltcb?!aiuwii, <x>ui.?y 'Jurk, L vUu !, ttu.xl ?TO Uftrft ffcn fiiDornS will '? W pUuo on Tu?'Si1ny afOtruoon, n* two (i rWk, from lis ?? th-j .?< ro ,? nofl. Ho. b72 SK"- lul ?vi'ini" K: mi''." anCruluiivMi *r? uvited U> MMm), ?Uh> out ftirthor do?w<?. Knwt.?in thm city, 1 *it>11 Jjif, Ftbr\*itry 9, Rl-*4 hftii A. ??<>**. 1? th<- '?bitlvfa nail frtea'!# of lh? family wo r<'*pootfuHy invitct in Mttoml irr fmorai ?h-i f Mownjr \ n.i m.og. at ton o'clock, Trft tt, her l?l? r??i.iit> i co, W6- ftrnonve street, without further iovitAlkui. Jkiikfi .?1? BrxiKlyr, K, D., on Suoufey, Krbivwry 1?, of cnbfnir.i'txa, W;uum C. Jimurr, agej tU jroarR, 'j. month* kou 10 a*j? Tlio ami fr'ondu of thn family ,\r? rwpoctfully ihvttfj to ?'tft 1 the funeiM on Tu. ?.l*y *fUkr?>->n,Ktoae o'liock, f/iiin hit) UU1 r>?iOuue<>, .u|wo< er *tu?-t, b itM Myrtle Wlllougbby ivi'Dm* I'lnU I.-1(.I,1a |4>(M>rn pl<*?? opy. .Ittmunr?im ^un'Ky, Kobru-ury 10, of croup, K*T* Atmah .Iktmuit, only ilnughter of lt?bcr t ??>] Aani ^ f frry, ngrd 2 y. ar* ami H month*. ITm* trwniM < f tho family are invited to attend tho funeral, from thi> r?al'. mc.o of her fathor. 1 t'Jfl Hroad way, ?hla <M?nd*y) at ona o'clock (.lapgow papers plrirc copy. I t?m . in Patnrday, Kohnary 0, .Ton* a native of lSitthfriUuad, county lkiwu, ircl&nd, a^pd 26 years Ilia frimda and antoalnUncca ara livltM to attend tha funeral fionr. ;kk? W? at Thirty acwv>nd utraot, thta (Mon davi aftornofi, *t two o'cVck. U?Naji? In Itr'-.klyn, on f*<tn?lay, lAbruary 10, Aimurr, ynnigi?nt child of Kraiida <!. an 1 laaboUa Bt #(M t y?ar, 4 m?ntha and T day* Tb? friend* of Lbo family aro rupoctfully Invito.1, to nU< n<1 the Mineral, fr <m thn rnattloncc of nl" parcMft, 2*4 Hud?>? bv?nu?, Ibta (Monday) aftaruo??, at two o'clock. Mimjw.?On Ptndar mornlnr, Wbruaay 10, *>n avrupnon, Aiuiktvw Miljjih, a?ed as y??ra. 1U? fri?uup of th?- faintly ar>< luvlU?d attend the fu neral, r?? Tw?<Uy afternoon, at threo o'clwk, mn? Uio rwildenci* of hi* btothor-in law, M. >*. Jam**, wwv, Jtti Ik-araw strcat, Rrooklyn, without f irther Invitation. Mofav ? In till* nty, on Humlay, Kebro?ry 1?, l-oweao M< KtKh. in tho A4th J raj- of h>? a?o. Votica of fiinoral thl* aiwrnoon. Mrtj/iit -Ol .vinday, K>bniary lfc, Patrick Mn.i ?**, agi'd 60 . , Tbo frioodn and rrUUivoti of Ua%?lMnil|r are ntpaclfully iarlUwl to aMonil 'befuoaral. fr *u hla 1*U> rmidatto*, So lfl Oatllala atrart, on Tnaadk* alternvitt, at nna oVIock. Hiaramalna will batakNi VxO^vvj (Vn?tw; fttr talar 1 mcnt. Tin ttuierai vT.iiLi-. y?v '* He one o'clock, fr..m U>M (*"<M>ny) after ?* Mitkaru ?Suddenly ? IT,"01/ B1?blh ?'??< widow of the late utJi J', t>t>ru*l7 0 L. (it age. ?a/hard, la the mu> /WW * Trie friend* of the Jamil. ... attend the funeral, th]s / Mondav ? rM*p?cU'uUr Invited I* iron, tile resident of her^^ ulr ? V Un 127 Monroe stre*, p, t Islnnd, for Interment ",lk?l<* Oeorfia papers please copy liS,'""** "Ofurj ?. AS.St.'t" 'T'-' ???*??? pen "Meruov". from tbe residence of Mr. wm. fn* rj'lT^rT ?, after a abort Une? ?(?<) M j earg cvantjr Qwlw, lrskad : of rmm?r *r* rn OT4 Fast Twelfth ,K jrom hu? rmntm*, o'ekick preci??iy. ' ^ (Mo'M*y> nfterBoon, at l?t (lainful W' *fWr 4 lrt0* *?*' county Kerry Ireland, .goVw^r" Mt'V0 of KllUrmey,, The funeral will tnU n\u^l *w* half p?at two o'clock, from *ft*n,no?. "* 1 Eighth street. Th.- friends ofth!. tJZu** his son Thomas, are rt?|^ir,,?y^v^l|J;l?'1 0>o* oT Jit-nun?On -Saturday morning, lviirwV 9 ^ *, ;Ke? of* her age!'' W",?W of '? KuW, lathed W*Hlwor,ltR3Ww.iSk' morning, at l?n o clort H-r relwtr,* .ndfrlehS Zi ThnTlilUf ,D*1't<,<1 fo attend, without further notice. Hi < ? l":U,k? to for iut%UnL brL-etf wi^ni 5' rrb,Uar> Wi Kujw Hootetl, (ho Th, r,w x ? Jota iK'-d ^y?ar?. ppo tunwTnl .'IS1. * "t ibe family are re 1 R ?1 "'?Kwicllhe from he? late re n^i!,^^-' Brookl>n- A ?ner-. ??*iS?^,-aTK2 "Sief^ '&?; Qiou.^H tin1113 it.tvH i^icu, H^ea y*m, 9 l,rr'rai* '?*?tn.iir ai? VMt'KUMtMniN 5'?r%l*T5r aftornor.f without further hviu.tion n,iv^^,uatU3, be taken * \ ..nkers for Imminent" on'th" fthTiit SAJtno>r.?On Sund.v overtoil* if.K,,.! ,L Wt . 2 S"? issrft.sjSEii J??Vg'S;^y Way bis soul rt-si in pnnro. StiAjtsoji.??On Thursday Janna*ir 17, of Kearlnl fenv I "Mrirf o^Jhi ^SSStS and IimtCr A. shur.Tron, aged T^uurs. nttiuo*.?"11 SuiK'ay murn'Tur, I'eltriiMv in let fe v,y and dipther'*, Nkiii* AMntm you Direst rhild at-1 only daughter o( t H. anl Heiner A sln?. aged 2 years and 8 moTitlw. noB? The retettven nt>d friends of tSro fsmily r?re invited to ?r tire tatter frerrr the rwwlenc- of Iter parents, 94 West Forty Drst stici>t| vriinout turthw .? uT' ?n alterti<w>n, ?t oimo'olceX. Ufr re liiains will > taken to <ireuow^?od ST.>rntKcM -In nrooklytr, on H^tur,<ay..,rtorl?)on Ax!fA i ill ?West daughter of J. II and Anna.stonv. geii. aged 10 J ciiih, 3 mouths and'IS days The friend* iml acmalntancfl# are inrlt^t tn atteM the funeral, this . Monday) mornmsr, at eleren o itlock, from Ceme tery r0fi | 34 ,,?nry sfroet, to (ireenwoud Tombs ?In Savannah, Oa..on Friday night, Feliruaryg. John Iomrh, lute of Brooklyn. Ills r? mains wia bo brought oh for interraont. Dos notice of lh'" fuiioia) will be givi-n Tat">r ? In Brooklyn, on rtaturdar r.ftwnee?, Fefcrn ary 9, Mrs >i Ji. Tavk.k, wife of ?ad Taylbr, in th? 76tli yeui of her age. ' ' w l^e ..datives and friearis of the familr are itrited to attend ber liitirrsl, irixn hoi late reetdetice, 12 Svlne* plars, on Tuesday n(l*i noon, at three o'clock. Von Haofn ?On Simday, February 10; at 120 Cedar Street, Manti.v, Infant ninof George and AiMbeid Voa Hagou, aged K months a*l !W davs 'Ihe relatives ami friends of the family, and the num bers of Doric 1 .odge 2?0, F. and A M., ore inrtted to at tend the funeral from iho above nlaco, onTUeRdity after noon, at two o'clock ' Yobnr.?On Sunday, February 10, of disease of the iieait, Hv.vr'NTH YoKiiN,for over thirty years a mer cbsnt of (his city, in the Mth y?ar of his age. 'lhefriends of the family are respectfully invite t te at teed (be funeral, on Wednesday afternoon, at half pant ono o'clock, from the residence <X his w.n, O. (}. Yis'lhi. in I^xlr.gKiu avenue, lirst bouse above Fortr fourth street. * A MI HO KLLA BKOUH. X(?VkLTIItH -TO JOHBRH ONL.T. ? KiJni ?^Tn!t NF.t'K-TIE. fatent appNed for. KhUhH "Hh, sell adjusting; patented 'anutry 29, 186L SJIIlH A HiioLHKii, Maniil'ai:lHr^ a, ^ wahkbh ht., n. r. Fdltors who c pr the aWe, and *-i,d uh a marked u??er Will receive by mall I patient "Rnllef " lie. P?P*? AT JTlKD^u.''a ''I'D H7?>KR *R BROADWAY? ^y aTthil i'toJe" c?tebra,od ""graved cards hH At (lIMBREDK^N, .WH HKOADWAv. ? aFTISTIC MONO I i gramtt beaotifMily cut andi stamped on notf? paper. AT $4 60. DOl'HLF. MK.E MAI'i/i.hoN TaI* BOOTS, at JOWE8', 10 and 13 Ana street; a new style. A ' *yKKI? S HONS ? WhDifl N I I ASM i^wySi^tlJSedim "" ra"na ("lONHI'MI'TION. ei4 Brf?i?a^r**^ ' ^ Wt"KM *trr^t M D. DCKKIN, . t',H?'? enislderatlon of the wn krs rari ^ ,re rend'mf me te mv prostrate c. adlDna, ;h?l I ?oasl4e It roy dn(r to wsrds r.n on the first part and the nag eomrniinity on ninA^Hii ' t*i !!T ?w'rr th"* 11 rr hun-reda ?mt ib'Hi sanda aitli. ted as I Ui-d In >-ii whn wmiUt avail tkemtelvea of a niri If tiipy lliunuut tlieie ctiuid lie f.vah a thleg, but been ao ?rt< n tiun hufx. il t?y unp nie<ti?ai man or anoi ln-r ibst tkev trJJ'iM n't ?, ?" 'bey having tried wn.anj and ?Ith. ut tva.1,1, - tUfTf ?r* a?rr.t p??. >u', all. l" ' ??" ;"l'>> the fttinrty ph,sln?n who k< eps t he poor suffortr in dwly 3twp?as<<, and thai Iaiaily ttT ^Li '1u,u'u, ou?l 'Te-l tint uiahidy tl al r<inmim.? th. tMtent tbst xlnkii t? orn his ey.a ?i the name time he juti?iuu<-ei< fain* tKipc- to th? frlcuda ..( <l,e ,.?rl, oonva. lesoen'-e of ih^ I'H'tent. W hit ? delimton this must t?> I have ?utfered nearly ihns year* ?y th's duplicity I am InformM W.r "i- dil- i?' 1 !te tUtual awl lunga, that there is not one 4i? tor oui uf Uu thousand M botho rougnij urdt / >tAi.<tx tti?; rautie and cur? ot ? otv^nmp'ioii nod I verdy ee^.rse his statement, so f,r Hs 1 am rnnremed. for I <ia f ttit* r,pirif->ri ami tr*!ttTn*-*i of vn-m) puy^lctat a on my own personi during thr?e y-nn ?ht. h I had suVre 1 with my throat and iungN. which first U gan with a ?-tiHa>ion u '".ft brunt and gradually a soreness In swallowing, catehtna "'l' M ' 'J ""'Tr """?'?"I 'y h 'Wkint! *ed ?T?rK itip j|> a tuira: .uny wbiit* mIIjti#*, tik?* KtttlL ?nd QuaPf ibk'k rorrupti?d matter, koi^etlineii ml\??cl nlih 1 .?kI, scrM^rmliy In fr ?? iftomitu:, mu?J thru li app?*itr?Ml (|iut? >h1u?w aqi! my ?IM ? :it? latit J .tnd .i?y wuMad **tuy. | lm<1 *un*rt>& ,,n ' * ' I u,v *'"nmrh *ft*r wing, h* the food u?d t<? aov ana cusj c: mv uca?i and bank ymovfd am, conaiiwitly ?rh i*, r A? <l"Ct??n? that I cxmauliid aerm/'d to ma with f rt'fch Iiojh*h uuiil thi4y reoptv^d my money, and in fact I t. It w ii" at th?* i-jiti firm when 1 ('' lutni'iicd taking ttieir medicnea At l#n Yth, having trlwi rvn'A ink* n all that wm 5'J"'"as11?1 ?' * u! . >*i*d d?>firing uf lahcf. w-b- n pn>*1 U+I'ib'h I WHft ?tr> t>xtv urgfil til "'inilt Or .1 U iMirkin wo. 0W Bro#d\\ ay, ?i?'i did ot ibu 21j?t of November Iami! nnd In lf?n than ? >rty Hphl houm th?t tlrkllnc of tb? throat vsu* rtm?-\ed, a'iicii ns t\ui i*e o, all mv tntuUa 1 < ?n now f ???i i p and douu *?utini, do all my ovrn ork if n I o*n * aJk two or ?J.rt^ wulm- wltlnmi fI*1? any nilTlc'viity of bh at'iin*.*; qq hank or Nt> aich tron I'll - ? J.- no I'll Hilt, mill toy bvne<s, a bich bid tinan otnliuaut ly -Ofiatlpat. d 01 i nlin'-d, are n wquiir n xnLir I htre now taken his ri-med - lor tbr put lire wi-eks. and lmlt< wnlI as I h?>? in lh? laiA twelve y?srs. rlr, von ? 11> ?v i?a this lou not'* hut I huva no u.urh .. m^aiby h r th. -e ?l?u mifsr aaT hate swffnrtd so lone ni.v -**df, ilia* i Itdt as If I should *i|dain tr.y rw*ri case, parte ulariy the a>o*d pio(nto**nt svaiptuma. and H? gradual brigrn^s aril I It msrly *i?iai?su?l rny whole oonitltutn n. ? itb t tiUrs <;nnnaence in your sklil and medi cine in c< luu-u;, 1 .-vn your an l re?t..r. d , .U-dl - , ^ '''I. 'IfN" IH Will-It ^re.-t. Or. .1. D. Dt HR IN, BI4 Hr*?dwsy, Beta. ?a I'rtnte nad Honamo street*, W. Y., 1 ?y*iclan <* the threatanl tiansa, can he consulted at his o'l|.?,f<14 K oadxa,, Sitw York < ity I'nnmiltaJnn and oiedlntrie Irr g\ whl'b will last Its effl. 'ne\, despuiohed pur express to any Addreaa all o%ar thw TJaitfd sirjes iini ?. viiuia^ on receipt. Bo lei tors anawem4 -akthout ta.i *p< < >n?4 euulusure. 1lOMTjMYItATXU U&AVKN. l'rf-ad?RoU?, C*>*m?id {'nitty wn prodtuwd tikilMlifr of k brtVr -uiality bv iht- mingling ? ' Mf.w< h l? wrt ? 'himMr it :i ill * iH'i'ttio, Mvs ,) < uvucnUU' <t iMVrt in thr Bout, It In **i4 to br au>r? wkol*i>umr. ihtn vpwi Ft. r ii?lc by ib? i>rlii<"tp*\ cpjrerii amf ilnnfm. UtO. II. M A J t n, V> hiilr-v? A^i nt, 119 Pear) nre?i. N??? York. (K.SNH, Bi MoNri, INVHHTRX) HkILH, KSLaHIIMO ,) Jnlni? *B'I all !>!?*??"? o* "(d-i ''iirwl wltb'Mit [??ta or !?<?< m ??!*?<??? 10 ttin pa-lent, by I>r. lAl'H ABIR Htirgrv* <-h>mjw><ijat, TCI Httnilwaj. Kefir* to phywMn* mil ?ur urmm of thn city, E'S TNKBft. IJ HUNPBRD8 IIAVK BhRN < IIRRII IN TIIR MOOT OHi: IN OK OaHES UK MBAKMtSS, By Tr. VON MOHtiXI t*E, 107 Cllntou itteos between Fifth ?uJ Sixth mniiM, EnWARIiH* WIIITK BI (IAH m*RRf> WANH|V.+TO? Haina u,? dom rt'ix'.y for aai? Kvl Ham 1* hrar JmI 0 W F.DW AR1?H, Zntuidm ChrynUn ntrrX. Military hook* PnblUhMt by V Arri.KTOI* A C!?> , US ??.! 4MI Wn?.l??*. _ fX*MX?lTH OF MILITaHi AKT AM> WM Court# nf InitrueUnn Id Htrat'Hy, fertiflcalljxi."*f BatUva. 4&. ?rc> bracing lli* Dutli? <jf fclaff. I?"W7' J-V**v ? rj, Arm. ry ami KnglnM'r* A.Up ?d to A* 2?L teernasiit MtUUa. second e<lltw>?. wll?t rlUo*]1^.*'* ?? JJ* M' xlutn aud ' Hrnt-nn Hurt B/ H ^_Mlr 'JvS'ftiA'Z*? lata Capiat o Pomueera, rnlt<-l 'flat-* ??"?? Ob# thick to, . UTHit yfSTSffVtSCL <" *'**7 ?**92 IUmELuhL WU* ??? AtU? of M P1*W, eooia.uln? iJh ll'mtAtluni ?S _ _ ____ mHKN!.rii? or-mcivR \memcan wuv "UTa^er'Vfi ae?*l\ ?k*" '?*" I'nlno dteeolea \v h>i? i*<- beer'" of 'he peupia an rvpuuaive la LmtO, No kmi'i o^'?" 'Uuv ? Mil* vnloauT >1(4, What t>od biu) uoitod let no man uWokd. No never, no never. ihaU out l'atuCttU??nlTe Thai union of f re?sjrnft??nr ji?aue? i?m"ra, Bui ?trii<li ??>t to rlfbt the North *n<t Oi? McttUr HhaW uphold 'he gr?nt charter af Liberty an? Troth. No never, nu ue**r, >haU tha Itaat aor the Want Give far > v dearoj Uao, W?ahU>gu><r? or?tX Ihe Union waa born- iha nation waa Meat, Hy th" Wood of our father*, the nubla-l il be iV. l< o ncrer no a over. *haH tha ?on? of tf a f ran OW? up the old bann< r oa lanil cm oa <**. 1 be atara ?ad the atripe* uur oaih'era 'ball he, Knr the Htauv are a* nne and A marl *, m f ree Phntofrnrtif ->f Ktn* Corn. Ktn^f'm"^ B^th'-c fa? Onrfci fam, M>d other lritervtin? subletta, ai Bj'Uy j l"i j, M* Rrnedwev, where th* t.'*rdv ijt?? are taken, ?/-- ai the I ntra '.mot tUMoWnl _ "* [or ?l~ TJ OBOt'BM.?1,9 OA8U BUOJIUBRf Trnmni Doc* tiln, aad 900 raw* CWld*' UonJoa ? lawer than <?y other h<mee _ ?? D *>"?? (?m CaUPru?Honaa, l<a"?^~r KMIMR* ?BWIN? MA<T ? 1 roadwa/, New Tor%. 335.

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